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William WEST and Rachel DAVIS




Husband William WEST

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Wife Rachel DAVIS

         Born: Abt 1814 - Kentucky
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       Father: David Ward DAVIS, RS-VA (1762-1837)
       Mother: Elizabeth BRANDENBERG (1777-1861) 697




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General Notes: Wife - Rachel DAVIS

"Rachel (deceased, wife of William West, family resides in Kansas)"
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Rev. Ralph Eugene DAVIS and Mary Kathryn "Kakie" FRICKS




Husband Rev. Ralph Eugene DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Kathryn "Kakie" FRICKS

         Born: 29 July 1935
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         Died: 27 May 1961
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       Father: Richard Park FRICKS (1901-Abt 1972) 3641
       Mother: Belva CHAPMAN (1907-1968)




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1 M Jeffrey Eugene DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Mary LOCKE (living)



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Robert DAVIS and N. HERALD




Husband Robert DAVIS

         Born: Cir 1780
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     Marriage: Bef 1806



Wife N. HERALD

         Born: Cir 1780
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1 F Minerva DAVIS

         Born: 1806 - Warren County, Kentucky
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         Died: 9 September 1889 - Denton County, Texas
       Buried:  - Smith Cemetery, Denton County, Texas
       Spouse: Branch HATCHER
         Marr: Bef 1843



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William Enoch EILAND and Roxie Ann DAVIS




Husband William Enoch EILAND 323,2374

         Born: March 1850 - Alabama 2374
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       Father: Josephus EILAND (1817-1887) 1629,2374
       Mother: Drucilla CAFFEY (1823-1905) 1629,2374


     Marriage: 1871 1629



Wife Roxie Ann DAVIS 323

         Born: February 1845 - Alabama
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Children
1 F Mary Epsie EILAND 323

         Born: March 1875 - Alabama 323
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       Spouse: Jeff COWAN (living)


2 M William Richard EILAND 323

         Born: 1878 - Alabama 323
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         Died: Cir 1944 323
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       Spouse: Epsie Lee GILCHRIST 323
         Marr: 1897 323


3 M Tom C. EILAND 323

         Born: March 1879 - Alabama 323
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       Spouse: Viola BAGGETT 323
         Marr: 1903 323


4 F Roxie Drusilla EILAND 323

         Born: 18 February 1880 - Alabama 323
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         Died: 22 December 1888
       Buried:  - Bullock Community Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alabama



5 M Charles Alphesus EILAND 323

         Born: May 1882 - Alabama 323
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         Died: 1965
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       Spouse: Eddie Eldora HALL 323
         Marr: 1903 323


6 F Laura Beatrice EILAND 323

         Born: January 1887 - Alabama 323
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       Spouse: Cleveland GROVER 323
         Marr: 19 September 1909 - Crenshaw County, Alabama


7 F Bobie Lois EILAND 323

         Born: November 1889 - Alabama 323
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       Spouse: Paul F. SMITH (living)


8 M James Fletcher EILAND 323

         Born: September 1891 - Alabama 323
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9 M Josephus Edloe EILAND 323

         Born: December 1896 - Alabama 323
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       Spouse: Rossie BRYANT (living)



General Notes: Husband - William Enoch EILAND

"Some of Levi's son, Josephus', descendants are well-known in the county. One son, William Enoch, lived primarily in the Bullock community which was in Covington County before 1866. He and his wife, Roxie Ann Davis, reared the following children: William Richard, b. 1876, d. ca 1944; m. 1897, Epsie Lee Gilchrist; Tom C., b. 1878, m. 1903 Viola Baggett; Roxie Drusilla, b. 1880, m ?; Charles Alphesus, b. 1882, d. 1965, m. 1903 Eddie Eldora Hall; Mary Epsie, b. 1884, m. Jeff Cowen; Laura Beatrice, b. 1886, m. Cleve Grover; Bobie Lois, b. 1889, m. 1910 Paul F. Smith; James Fletcher, b. 1892, m. (1) Bolie ? (2) Mrs. Janey Dunn; and Josephus Edloe, b. 1896, m. Rossie Bryant. Several of the sons were ministers in the Baptist Church. A couple of well-known grandchildren in this family are Walter Eiland of Andalusia and James Vasco Eiland of Opp."

"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M98Z-88B : accessed 18 March 2016), Laura Eiland in household of W E Eiland, Precinct 11 Bullock, Crenshaw, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 10A, family 180, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,012.
180 180 EILAND W. E. Head W M Mch 1850 50 M28 AL AL AL Farmer
-- Roxie Mrs. Wife W F Feb 1845 45 [sic] M 28 10 8 AL AL ALAla
-- Epsie Dau W F Mch 1875 25 S AL AL AL
--Thos Son W M Mch 1878 21 S AL AL AL Farm laborer
-- Charles Son W M May 1882 18 S AL AL AL Farm laborer
-- Laura Dau W F Jan 1887 13 S AL AL AL Farm hand
-- Bobie Dau W F Nov 1889 10 S AL AL AL Farm hand
--Fletcher Son W M Sep 1891 8 S AL AL AL
-- Edlow Son W M Dec 1896 3 S AL AL AL
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Samuel Durward DAVIS and Cora VICKERS




Husband Samuel Durward DAVIS

         Born: 20 November 1880 - Baldwin County, Georgia 3065
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         Died: 4 September 1971 - Bibb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linton Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: Samuel W. DAVIS (1847-1899) 2751,3059
       Mother: Maude A. BOYER (1855-1925) 1010,2751,3051


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Wife Cora VICKERS

         Born: 15 March 1887
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         Died: 25 June 1966
       Buried:  - Linton Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


Children

General Notes: Husband - Samuel Durward DAVIS

Samuel Durward Davis is buried in Linton Cemetery, Linton, Hancock County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 14031678:

SAMUEL DURWARD DAVIS
NOV. 20, 1880
SEPT. 4, 1971

The memorial lists his birth in Baldwin County, Georgia, and his death in Bibb County, Georgia


General Notes: Wife - Cora VICKERS

Cora Vickers married Samuel Durward Davis.

Cora is buried in Linton Cemetery, Linton, Hancock County, Georgia. A picture of her headdstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 14031687:

CORA VICKERS DAVIS
MAR. 15, 1887
JUNE 25, 1966

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Charles Trumbull HAYDEN and Sarah Calvert DAVIS




Husband Charles Trumbull HAYDEN

         Born: 4 October 1825 - Hartford County, Connecticut
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         Died: 5 February 1900 - Maricopa County, Arizona
       Buried:  - Temple Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona


       Father: Joseph Trumbull HAYDEN (1776-1831)
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 4 October 1876 - Nevada City, California



Wife Sarah Calvert DAVIS 2497

         Born: 18 July 1842 - Arkansas 4070
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         Died: 15 September 1907
       Buried:  - Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona


       Father: Cornelius DAVIS (1806-1860) 2497
       Mother: Elizabeth HALBERT (1808-1850) 3125




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1 M Senator Carl Trumbull HAYDEN 4070

         Born: 2 October 1877 - Hayden's Ferry, Maricopa County, Arizona Territory 43,4070
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         Died: 25 January 1972 - Maricopa County, Arizona 43
     Cremated:  - Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona
       Spouse: Nan DOWNING 4077
         Marr: 14 February 1908


2 F Sallie HAYDEN

         Born: 1880 - Arizona
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         Died: 1962
       Buried:  - Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona



3 F Annie Spencer HAYDEN

         Born: 3 March 1883 - Maricopa County, Arizona
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         Died: 2 September 1885 - Maricopa County, Arizona
       Buried:  - Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona



4 F Mary C. HAYDEN 4070

         Born: November 1886 - Arizona 4070
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         Died: 1951
       Buried:  - Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona




General Notes: Husband - Charles Trumbull HAYDEN

"As a young man, Charles T. Hayden moved from Connecticut to Independence, Missouri. By 1848, he started running freight wagons on the Santa Fe Trail. In 1858, he bought his own wagons and supplies and established a freighting business in Tucson. In those days before the railroads came to Arizona, Hayden supplied army posts, mining camps, and towns across the territory. One day in the 1860s, Hayden left Tucson on a business trip to Florence and Prescott. When he reached the Salt River, the water was too high, and he had to camp for two days before he could cross. During this time, he climbed up a butte near the river and looked across the valley, noting the potential for development in the area. In November of 1870, Charles T. Hayden and four associates filed a claim in Yavapai County to 10,000 inches of water from the Salt River for the Hayden Milling and Farm Ditch Company. He also filed a homestead declaration on 160 acres in section 15, the land near the butte that would eventually become downtown Tempe.
Charles Hayden is generally credited with being the founder of Tempe. He was the first to establish commerce and industry in the area, which made a permanent settlement possible. When Hayden heard that settlers were building a canal on the south side of the Salt River, he brought his wagons up and offered much-needed tools and supplies for the workers. In 1872 he opened a store and laid the foundation for a flour mill. A canal was extended along the base of the butte to bring water to the mill to turn the grind stones. In 1873, he started building an adobe house with a walled patio. He built a cable-operated ferry on the river, and eventually relocated all of his freighting operations to the Tempe area. The mill was completed in 1874, and the settlement, which was known as Hayden's Ferry, had a blacksmith shop with three forges, a store, an orchard and vineyard.
Hayden was appointed as a federal Judge for the Tucson district in 1858, and he was known as Judge Hayden for rest of his life. He was a strong promoter of education, and was influential in encouraging the Territorial Legislature to choose Tempe as the site for the Territorial Normal School in 1885. He also helped raise money to acquire and donate property for Normal School, which grew to become Arizona State University. Hayden was involved in the development of the community in many ways. He was a director of the Tempe Irrigating Canal Company, a member of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, 1880-1882, a trustee of Tempe School District No. 3 in 1884, and president of the Territorial Normal School Board of Education, 1885-1888."
(Source: Dowling Family Tree, Updated: 2006-09-04, Tim Dowling)

1880 U.S. Census, Arizona, Maricopa County, District 16; Series: T9 Roll: 36 Page: 65 (Family History Library Film 1254036 NA Film Number T9-0036 Page Number 65B): Chas T HAYDEN Self M Male W 50 CT Merchant KY KY; Sallie D HAYDEN Wife M Female W 38 AR Keeping House CT AR; Carl T HAYDEN Son S Male W 2 AZ CT AR.

Find A Grave Memorial# 11909480



General Notes: Wife - Sarah Calvert DAVIS

Called "Sallie".

1900 U.S. Census, Arizona, Maricopa County, Tempe, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 46 Page: 284: Mill Avenue -- 416 428 HAYDEN, Sallie Head W F July 1842 57 Wd - 4 3 AR KY KY; -- Carl T. Son W M Oct 1877 22 S AZ CT AR Store & Mill Mgr.; -- Mary C. W F Nov 1886 13 S AZ CT AR At school; MOORE Lew P. Boarder W M Jan 1870 30 S IN OH IN Clerk Gen Mdse; NOBLE Samuel J. Servant B M June 1867 32 D VA NC VA Housekeeper.

Find A Grave Memorial# 11909484


Notes: Marriage

The Dowling Family Tree, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=tdowling&id=I46647
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Minor HURST and Sarah E. DAVIS




Husband Minor HURST 3451

         Born: 1807 - Virginia
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         Died: 15 July 1864
       Buried:  - Zion Episcopal Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia 4078


       Father: William HURST (After 1764-Bef 1849)
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     Marriage: 22 December 1831 - Jefferson County, Virginia 527



Wife Sarah E. DAVIS 527,3450

         Born: 1810 - Jefferson County, Virginia 3451
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         Died: 9 February 1868 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
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1 F Mary HURST 3451

         Born: Abt 1833 - Virginia 3451
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2 F Sarah Catherine HURST 3450

         Born: 4 April 1836 - Virginia 3451
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         Died: 29 May 1918 - District of Columbia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Dr. Frank D. BYINGTON 527
         Marr: 8 January 1861 - Jefferson County, Virginia 527


3 M Sheriff James Garland HURST 1063

         Born: 3 February 1847 - Virginia 1064
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         Died: 6 December 1920
       Buried:  - Saint Peters Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Elizabeth TEARNEY 1059,1061,1063
         Marr: Abt 1876



General Notes: Husband - Minor HURST

Minor is named as the son of William HURST in the 1849 settlement of the estate of his Great Uncle William HURST. His gravestone states that he died on July 15, 1864 at the age of 57.

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, 28th District; Series: M432 Roll: 953 Page 326: 497 504 HURST Minor 43 M W Farmer 12,000 VA; HURST Sarah 40 F W VA; HURST Mary 16 F W VA; HURST Sarah 14 F W VA; HURST James G. 3 M W VA.

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Duffield Depot P O, as of 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 958: 763 753 Minor HURST 53 M W Farmer 10,500 11,000 VA; Sarah " 50 F W VA; Sarah C. " 22 F W VA; Garland " 13 M W VA. (Same page as William HURST)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah E. DAVIS

Sarah's maiden name is not yet known. Her tombstone is broken and without dates, but lists her as the wife of Minor HURST.

Sarah Hurst born 1810 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died 9 February 1868 in Shepherds Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at age 58. She was the wife of Minor Hurst. Her occupation was "Lady." ["West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NM6F-T3N : accessed 5 July 2015), Minor Hurst in entry for Sarah Hurst, 09 Feb 1868; citing Shep. T., Jefferson Co., West Virginia, County Records, , county courthouses, West Virginia; FHL microfilm 829,326.]

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Chuck LOPEZ and Tammy Lynette DAVIS




Husband Chuck LOPEZ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Tammy Lynette DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Travis Neal DAVIS
       Mother: Peggy Fern DANIEL




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1 F Chelsea LOPEZ (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Melissa LOPEZ (details suppressed for this person)

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Thomas J. DAVIS and Mattie HOOD




Husband Thomas J. DAVIS 2497

         Born: 17 February 1844 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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       Father: Cornelius DAVIS (1806-1860) 2497
       Mother: Elizabeth HALBERT (1808-1850) 3125


     Marriage: 1871



Wife Mattie HOOD

         Born: Abt 1850
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1 F Ulula DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Laura DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jennie DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Bud DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M Jesse DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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A3C Fred M. SPELL, USAF and Virginia Lee DAVIS




Husband A3C Fred M. SPELL, USAF

         Born: 14 March 1935
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         Died: 14 August 2009
       Buried:  - Screven City Memorial Cemetery, Screven County, Georgia
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Wife Virginia Lee DAVIS

         Born: 1 April 1923 - Georgia
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         Died: 12 June 2012 - Wayne County, Georgia
       Buried: 14 June 2012 - Screven City Memorial Cemetery, Screven County, Georgia


       Father: William Hinton DAVIS (1903-1977)
       Mother: Betty COLEMAN (1903-1980)



 Other Spouse: Glenn Myles BOOSKA - 22 November 1942 - Bibb County, Georgia


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General Notes: Husband - A3C Fred M. SPELL, USAF

Fred Marvin Spell, second husband of Virginia Lee Davis, is buried in the East side, Center Section, Screven City Cemetery, Screven, Wayne County, Georgia. A picture of his military marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59769858:

FRED MARVIN SPELL
A3C US AIR FORCE
MAR 14 1935 AUG 14 2009


General Notes: Wife - Virginia Lee DAVIS

Virginia Lee Davis married Glenn Myles Booska on 22 November 1942.

Obituary: Virginia Davis Spell, 89 of Screven, Ga. died Tuesday, June 12, 2012 in Wayne Memorial Hospital after an extended ilness. The Wayne County, Ga. native was a homemaker and the widow of Fred M. Spell. Survivors are her brother-in-law and his wife, Herman and Sharon Spell of Baxley, Ga.; an aunt, Olene Booska of Middlebury, Vt.; several nieces and nephews. Graveside funeral services will be 11 A.M. Thursday, June 14, 2012 at Screven City Cemetery with Jack Williams officiating. The family will receive friends at the cemetery. Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home of Jesup, Ga. is serving the Spell family.
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Walter R. DAVIS and Kellie Lynn MASSEY




Husband Walter R. DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Kellie Lynn MASSEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Frederick MASSEY, Jr.
       Mother: Janice Diane SILVERBERG




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1 F Margaret Benson DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Luke Tate DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Jason Bryan KENT and Wendy Loraine DAVIS




Husband Jason Bryan KENT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Wendy Loraine DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Allen Marshall DAVIS
       Mother: Carol Loraine DANIEL




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William Eli DAVIS, USA and Myrtice THORNTON




Husband William Eli DAVIS, USA

         Born: 22 February 1938
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         Died: 20 November 1989 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Franklin City Cemetery, Heard County, Georgia
     Marriage: 14 May 1960 - Heard County, Georgia



Wife Myrtice THORNTON 842

         Born: 6 June 1938 - Heard County, Georgia
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       Father: Henry THORNTON (1905-1939) 3119
       Mother: Dovie DANIEL (1904-1977) 2299,3119




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General Notes: Husband - William Eli DAVIS, USA

William Eli Davis (son of James Henry Davis and Sarah Louise Paschal) was born 22 Feb 1938 in Franklin, Heard County, Georgia, and died 20 Nov 1989 in Lagrange, Troup County, Georgia.He married Myrtice Thornton, daughter of John Henry Thornton and Dovey Daniel.
Their son is William Arthur Davis. [http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/d/a/v/Jack-E-Davis/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0024.html]

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K7G6-7RJ : accessed 4 June 2015), Eli Davis in household of J Henry Davis, Militia District 788, Heard, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 74-6, sheet 6A, family 82, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 684.
J Henry Davis Head M 36 GA
Louisa Davis Wife F 29 GA
Eli Davis Son M 2 GA

William E Davis died 20 November 1989 in Troup County, Georgia at age 51. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V439-5HY : accessed 4 June 2015), William E Davis, 20 Nov 1989; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-98," database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2001); citing Troup, Georgia, certificate number 045509, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

William Eli is buried in Franklin City Cemetery, Franklin, Heard County, Georgia. A picture of his military marker and his headstone shared with his wife, Myrtice Thornton, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 128686738:

WILLIAM ELI DAVIS
US ARMY
FEB 22 1938 NOV 20 1989

DAVIS
W. E. (ELI)
FEB. 22, 1938
NOV. 20, 1989


General Notes: Wife - Myrtice THORNTON

"Myrtice Davis of LaGrange [GA]" is named as a surviving sister in the May 2011 obituary of John Henry Thornton.
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William Holman DAVIS and Mary Amanda REED




Husband William Holman DAVIS 697

         Born: 13 February 1819 - Lewis County, Kentucky 697
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         Died: 23 November 1883 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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       Father: David Ward DAVIS, RS-VA (1762-1837)
       Mother: Elizabeth BRANDENBERG (1777-1861) 697


     Marriage: 29 August 1857 - St. Francis County, Arkansas

 Other Spouse: Sara BOON - 18 October 1850



Wife Mary Amanda REED 2989,2990

         Born: 16 April 1832 2991
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         Died: 18 November 1894
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       Father: Noah REED (      -1845)
       Mother: Mary HEARTY (      -1842)



 Other Spouse: George W. HALBERT - 9 December 1854


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1 M Richard DAVIS 2991

         Born: 19 April 1859 - St. Francis County, Arkansas 2991
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2 M T. Jefferson DAVIS

         Born: 13 June 1861 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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         Died: Abt September 1862 - St. Francis County, Arkansas 4079
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3 F Mary Elizabeth DAVIS 4079

         Born: 20 January 1864 - St. Francis County, Arkansas 4079
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4 F Ann DAVIS 4079

         Born: 1866 - St. Francis County, Arkansas 4079
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5 M George Benjamin DAVIS 4079

         Born: 31 May 1868 - St. Francis County, Arkansas 4079
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6 M William Holman DAVIS 2990

         Born: 31 July 1872 2990
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7 F Harriet Amanda DAVIS 2990

         Born: 16 January 1875 2990
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General Notes: Husband - William Holman DAVIS

In the 1850 census of St. Francis County, Arkansas, William H. DAVIS lives in the home of his brother, David W. DAVIS.

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Union Twp, Madison P O; Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 480: 607 607 William DAVIS 41 M Farmer 8000 5400 KY; Amanda " 27 F KY; Elizabeth T. " 7 F AR; David R. " 5 M AR; Richard " 1 M AR; David " 45 M Com laborer KY; Elizabeth " 82 F PA; Kelsey HARRIS 19 M Com laborer AR; David S. CALVERT 12 M AR.
About his census listing: Elizabeth T., 7, and David R., 5, are William's children by his first wife, Sara BOON (BOONE?). William Holman DAVIS married Mary Amanda REED, the widow HALBERT, in 1857. Richard, 1, is their son. Elizabeth, 82, is the mother of William and David, 45. A David KELSEY, 9, lived in the household of David W. DAVIS (David, 45, here the same most likely as Elizabeth is his mother who was living with him in 1850 as were William and their sister Rebecca.) David CALVERT, is William's nephew, son of his sister, Nancy and John W. CALVERT. The DAVIS, HALBERT, and CALVERT families are closely associated from Kentucky into Arkansas.

1870 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Union Twp, Madison P O; Series: M593 Roll: 65 Page: 462: 180 187 DAVIS, William H. 51 M W Farmer 2500 1300 KY; Mary M.(?, 'Manda?) 36 F W K. H. KY; Elizabeth J. 17 F W AR; David R. 15 M W AR; HOBERT (HALBERT) William H. 14 M W AR; Richard 10 M W AR; Mary E. 6 F W AR; Ann 4 F W AR; George B. 2 M W AR; DAVIS D. W. 54 M W Farmer KY; HARRIS Fannie 21 F W Teacher LA. William H. HALBERT, 14, is the son of Mary Amanda by her first husband, George HALBERT.

1880 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Lee County, Union Twp; Series: T9 Roll: 49 Page: 536: 80 80 DAVIS W. H. W M M Farmer KY MD PA; -- Amanda W F 47 Wife M KY MA KY; -- David R. W M 24 Son S AR KY KY; -- Richard W M 21 Son S AR KY KY; -- Mary E. W F 16 Dau S AR KY KY; -- Anny W F 14 Dau S AR KY KY; -- George W M 12 Son S AR KY KY; -- William W M 7 Son S AR KY KY; -- Amanda W F 5 Dau S AR KY KY; RILEY John W. W M 4 Nephew S AR Canada AR; DAVIS D. W. 64 Boarder S Farmer KY MD PA; Reed James B M 22 Servant M Ky -- TN; WALLACE Sh____ M M 18 Servant S TN -- TN.

"W. H. (deceased, family resides with D. W. Davis, except one daughter, Elizabeth, who married G. L. Rodgers)"


General Notes: Wife - Mary Amanda REED

"Amanda DAVIS, widow of W. H. DAVIS, and daughter of Noah and Mary (Hearty) REED, natives, respectively, of Massachusetts and Kentucky, was one of two children born to her parents. The other child, Elizabeth, married J. L. ROWLAND. Previous to her marriage to Mr. REED, Mrs. REED had married a man by the name of RAMAGE, and by him became the mother of two children: Lucinda (deceased, wife of Beujamin TRAVIS), and James (who resides in Paducah, Ky.). Mr. REED died in 1845, and Mrs. REED in 1842. Mrs. Amanda DAVIS was born in 1833, and came with her father to Arkansas when quite small. She had very limited educational advantages, and at the age of twenty-two years was united in marriage to George HALBERT. The result of this union was one child, W. H., who resides in Haynes. Mr. HALBERT died December 17, 1856, and in July, 1858, his widow married W. H. DAVIS, who died November 23, 1888. Mr. and Mrs. DAVIS were the parents of seven children, five now living; Richard (died at the age of twenty-five years), T. Jefferson (died at the age of fifteen months), Mary E., Annie, George B., William H. and Harriet A. Mr. DAVIS and his brother, D. W., had always remained together, and the business interests still continue as before his death. W. H. DAVIS had been married previous to his union with Mrs. HALBERT, to Miss Sarah J. BOON, and by her became the father of five children, only two now living: Mrs. RODGERS, of Texas, and David R., who resides in Lee County, Ark. Mrs. DAVIS is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church." (Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas (Goodspeed Publishers, 1891, page 583 @ http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/lee/biog-lee.htm)


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William James DAVIS, Jr. and Mary Lorina McMILLAN




Husband William James DAVIS, Jr. 1688

         Born: 23 October 1871 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 May 1935 - Macon, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: HICKS (Cir 1849-      )
       Mother: Mary EADY (Abt 1853-      )


     Marriage: Abt 1890

 Other Spouse: Eddie Dean SAULS 4080 - Bef 1920



Wife Mary Lorina McMILLAN 1688,1689

         Born: September 1866 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 15 April 1910
       Buried: 


       Father: William Daniel McMILLAN (      -      )
       Mother: Naomi TOLLISON (      -      )




Children
1 M William Milton DAVIS 1688

         Born: November 1890 - Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 August 1961 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Roselawn Cemetery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
       Spouse: Martha Leora FOSHEE
         Marr: 3 June 1911 - Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia


2 M Jessie C. DAVIS 1688

         Born: June 1895 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nora --?-- (living)


3 F Pansy DAVIS 1689

         Born: Abt 1900 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Josie DAVIS 1689

         Born: Abt 1903 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Amonse DAVIS 1689,4080

         Born: Abt 1906 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Lorina DAVIS 1689

         Born: 1909 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William James DAVIS, Jr.

"William James Davis married a Lorena McMillian or McMillan about 1889 or 1890 probably in Wilkinson County as their first child, my grandfather William Milton Davis." (Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County, Bloodworth District, 14 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 230 Page: 33: 204 208 DAVIS, William J. Head W M Blank 1875 25 M 10 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Florenia Wife W F Sepr 1874 26 M 10 4 3 GA GA GA; -- William Son W M Nov 1890 10 S GA GA GA At school; -- Jessie C. Son W M June 1895 S GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County, Bloodworth District, 5 May 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 220 Page: 208: 223 223 DAVIS, W. J. Head M W 38 M 20 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Lorina Wife F W 40 M 20 6 6 GA GA GA; -- Willie Son M W 19 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Jessie Son M W 14 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Pansy Dau F W 11 S GA GA GA; -- Josie Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Alxxxx Dau F W 4 S GA GA GA; -- Lorina Dau F W 9/12 S GA GA GA; SMITH, Mollie Sister-in-law F W 45 Wd 5 GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 320-Militia District, 9 & 10 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 233 Page: 171: (Line 38) DAVIS William Head O F M W 48 M GA GA GA Operator Saw Mill; -- Eddie Wife F W 28 M GA GA GA Nurse; -- Jessie Dau F W 24 S GA GA GA Operator Saw Mill; -- Posie Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA; -- Amonn Dau F W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Lorina DAU F W 11 S GA GA GA.

"Shortly after Lorina died, William James DAVIS hired a nurse, Eddie Dean SAULS, to take care of the younger kids at home in Milledgeville. Earlier, Eddie Dean SAULS had dated his eldest son William Milton DAVIS. But they broke up ("busted up") was the term I heard used just before Lorena died. She became a regular in the household and William James DAVIS and Eddie Dean SAULS subsequently married but had no issue."
"William James DAVIS (WJDJr. ) was born in Georgia , almost certainly in Baldwin Co. and probably in Milledgeville on 23 Oct.1871. He died of heart failure on 13 May 1935 at 65 years of age at his home in Macon, Ga. His grandchildren who saw him in Baton Rouge in his waning years described him as having a "hawkish" nose, somewhat senile, chewed tobacco, and usually wore a suit. " (Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

"The Davis family farm was described to me in 1980 as follows: "She [unsure who that was] used to visit them for weeks at a time when they lived in Wilkinson co., between here (Thompson Circle, Hardwick, Ga.) and McIntyre, Ga. It was near the Carr's [place] by a creek and closer to McIntyre than here. She said it was "a big farm with a big house". One elder gentleman said William James DAVIS owned the first Ford automobile in Wilkinson co. Wife Lorena had a sister Margaret, oldest daughter of William Daniel McMILLAN and Naomi that lived "not too far from them". Margaret lived to be 90 "and outlived them all". (Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

"William James Davis Oct 23, 1871 May 13, 1935 West side, Section F, Lot 61, Person 5 Inscription and Notes: m. Lorena McMillian, and dates per family." (as indexed in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Lorina McMILLAN

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




Husband William James DAVIS, Jr. 1688

         Born: 23 October 1871 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1034
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 May 1935 - Macon, Georgia 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: HICKS (Cir 1849-      )
       Mother: Mary EADY (Abt 1853-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1920

 Other Spouse: Mary Lorina McMILLAN 1688,1689 - Abt 1890



Wife Eddie Dean SAULS 4080

         Born: 23 December 1891 - Georgia 1034
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 May 1979 1034
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


Children

General Notes: Husband - William James DAVIS, Jr.

"William James Davis married a Lorena McMillian or McMillan about 1889 or 1890 probably in Wilkinson County as their first child, my grandfather William Milton Davis." (Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County, Bloodworth District, 14 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 230 Page: 33: 204 208 DAVIS, William J. Head W M Blank 1875 25 M 10 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Florenia Wife W F Sepr 1874 26 M 10 4 3 GA GA GA; -- William Son W M Nov 1890 10 S GA GA GA At school; -- Jessie C. Son W M June 1895 S GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County, Bloodworth District, 5 May 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 220 Page: 208: 223 223 DAVIS, W. J. Head M W 38 M 20 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Lorina Wife F W 40 M 20 6 6 GA GA GA; -- Willie Son M W 19 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Jessie Son M W 14 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Pansy Dau F W 11 S GA GA GA; -- Josie Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Alxxxx Dau F W 4 S GA GA GA; -- Lorina Dau F W 9/12 S GA GA GA; SMITH, Mollie Sister-in-law F W 45 Wd 5 GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 320-Militia District, 9 & 10 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 233 Page: 171: (Line 38) DAVIS William Head O F M W 48 M GA GA GA Operator Saw Mill; -- Eddie Wife F W 28 M GA GA GA Nurse; -- Jessie Dau F W 24 S GA GA GA Operator Saw Mill; -- Posie Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA; -- Amonn Dau F W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Lorina DAU F W 11 S GA GA GA.

"Shortly after Lorina died, William James DAVIS hired a nurse, Eddie Dean SAULS, to take care of the younger kids at home in Milledgeville. Earlier, Eddie Dean SAULS had dated his eldest son William Milton DAVIS. But they broke up ("busted up") was the term I heard used just before Lorena died. She became a regular in the household and William James DAVIS and Eddie Dean SAULS subsequently married but had no issue."
"William James DAVIS (WJDJr. ) was born in Georgia , almost certainly in Baldwin Co. and probably in Milledgeville on 23 Oct.1871. He died of heart failure on 13 May 1935 at 65 years of age at his home in Macon, Ga. His grandchildren who saw him in Baton Rouge in his waning years described him as having a "hawkish" nose, somewhat senile, chewed tobacco, and usually wore a suit. " (Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

"The Davis family farm was described to me in 1980 as follows: "She [unsure who that was] used to visit them for weeks at a time when they lived in Wilkinson co., between here (Thompson Circle, Hardwick, Ga.) and McIntyre, Ga. It was near the Carr's [place] by a creek and closer to McIntyre than here. She said it was "a big farm with a big house". One elder gentleman said William James DAVIS owned the first Ford automobile in Wilkinson co. Wife Lorena had a sister Margaret, oldest daughter of William Daniel McMILLAN and Naomi that lived "not too far from them". Margaret lived to be 90 "and outlived them all". (Jack S. Davis Jr., JStuartD1@aol.com)

"William James Davis Oct 23, 1871 May 13, 1935 West side, Section F, Lot 61, Person 5 Inscription and Notes: m. Lorena McMillian, and dates per family." (as indexed in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.)


General Notes: Wife - Eddie Dean SAULS

Eddie Dean SAULS married William James DAVIS. They are burried togther in Memory Hill Cemetery, Milledgeville, Georgia, indexed there as: "Eddie Dean Sauls Davis Dec 23, 1891 May 2, 1979 West side, Section F, Lot 61, Person 6"
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William Milton DAVIS and Martha Leora FOSHEE




Husband William Milton DAVIS 1688

         Born: November 1890 - Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 August 1961 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Roselawn Cemetery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana


       Father: William James DAVIS, Jr. (1871-1935) 1688
       Mother: Mary Lorina McMILLAN (1866-After 1910) 1688,1689


     Marriage: 3 June 1911 - Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia



Wife Martha Leora FOSHEE

         Born: 9 October 1892 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 May 1958 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Roselawn Cemetery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana


       Father: Kirby Smith FOSHE (1862-1927)
       Mother: Sarah Elizabeth MARTIN (1867-1939)




Children
1 M Colonel William Milton DAVIS, Jr.,USA WW II

         Born: 30 May 1912 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1970 - San Antonio, Texas
       Buried: 



2 M James Edwin DAVIS

         Born: 21 June 1913 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Eugene Smith DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Jack Stuart DAVIS, Sr.

         Born: 15 February 1917 - Birmingham, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 June 2002 - Asheville, North Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dorothy Jean BRUNETTE (living)


5 F Martha Leora DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

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


6 F Nell DAVIS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Milton DAVIS

William Milton Davis Sr.
Childhood - Born in Gordon, Ga. in 1890, William Milton Davis (WMD) spent much of his childhood years in school. By the 1900 census he was "away at school" from the family farm in Wilkinson co. One of his sisters said she hardly knew him because he was always away at school. We know little about his youth except that he grew up around Gordon, Milledgeville, and Macon, Ga. His mother died in 1909 when he was 19 years old, the oldest of eight children. Sister Ammonse related that by 1910 they had become somewhat affluent. His father had a big house in town (Milledgeville) and a large farm out of town (Wilk. Co.) which employed an overseer. She recalls that there were servants and her father always had two or three cars in the drive. Sometime between 1908-1911, Bill had a girlfriend named Eddie Dean Sauls. We believe he broke up with her at about that time. After mother Lorena died in 1909, Bill's father William James Davis married his son's girlfriend Eddie Dean! Sister Ammons relates what a good mother Eddie Dean was to her and her siblings. After Bill completed his studies in accounting at Macon Business College he was employed at a car dealership in Macon and then at McCoy Motors in Macon. Bill met Mattie Leora Foshee at a barn dance in Milledgeville and they were married in 1911. Bill subsequently lived in Atlanta, Birmingham, and finally in Baton Rouge where he died. While in Atlanta he barely escaped WW-I as the Armistice was signed shortly before he was to board the train departing for military service.
Career - The first real job we know about this tall, thin, and good-looking man is that he worked as a clerk and later as a bookkeeper for an automobile dealership in Macon (McCoy's). He then moved on to Atlanta bookkeeping for someone and then on to Birmingham about 1917-18 for a Ford dealership. Family lore has it that Bill was the head bookkeeper at the Ford Motor Co assembly plant in Atlanta by 1921 where he is alleged to have developed a "Short Form" of bookkeeping. The short form of bookkeeping was adopted by Ford which led to his being rewarded with one-half interest in a Ford dealership with a Mr. R. E. Stearns in Baton Rouge, La.
Davis Motor Company - Around 1922 Bill moved the family to Baton Rouge where he opened the capital's first Ford dealership at the corner of Lafayette and Convention Streets, better known as the site of the old Auto Hotel. The Davis Motor Company then relocated to the intersection of Main St. and 19th St. in Baton Rouge and was one of the largest in the south housed in new-type arched roof building covered 1/2 a city block, and was reported to cost $60,000 to build. Davis Motor Company lasted from 1925 to at least 1934 as I have a repair ticket from that year. The Davis clan in Baton Rouge had fared very well through the 1920s but struggled through the depression like so many others. One of the first setbacks resulted when the state of La. ordered a number of trucks from Davis Motor Co. during the early days of the depression. When the trucks arrived, the governor, Huey Long, wanted a "kickback" of $25 per vehicle sold to the state for his "war chest". This was normal at the time but WMD refused to pay it and Huey canceled the order sticking Davis Motors with a large inventory. Wife Mattie said that Huey personally came to Bill and said that if he did not pay "you will be out of business in two years". The governor's Mansion was a few blocks from Davis Motor Company which did much of the service to the governor's limousine although the governor rarely paid. Bill did not pay the kick-back and was stuck with the trucks which he eventually managed to sell but the company had been dealt a mortal blow. Perhaps in desperation, Bill went into partnership with an A. J. Whitehead who embezzled money from the company almost bankrupting it. Bill was forced to close the business in 1934 but he avoided bankruptcy and eventually paid his creditors.
Chevrolet Dealership And Other Car Businesses - Bill then started a Chevrolet dealership in 1934 with a Mr. McInnis who put up the money with the expectation that Bill would train his sons A.K. and Emmit McInnis. That is apparently what happened as McInnis Chevrolet is still doing business in Baton Rouge 60 years later. The relationship with McInnis must not have lasted long as Bill owned a service station and Plymouth dealership later that year with a parking garage upstairs at the corner of Florida and Lafayette St. He started selling auto parts to service stations in the surrounding area with his son Edwin as salesman. This business also "went under" in 1936 whereupon he started Davis Motor Service at 725 Jackson Road (N. 21st St. now) with his son Jack as the traveling salesman. Son Jack quit college to work for the company during the late 1930s for nothing selling auto parts all over south Louisiana as a "jobber". Father Bill and son Jack closed this business around 1941. Despite all of his positive attributes, I am getting the impression that Bill shared an unfortunate character trait with his father William James Davis. They both appear to have been somewhat naive, honest, trusting to a fault, and poor judges of character, especially when it came to choosing business partners. And, his inherent laid back disposition did not suit him well for being in charge of a business and this contributed somewhat to the demise of so many ventures. See an account of WMD's father, William James Davis, for a similar tale. Bill was subsequently employed by Mr. A. C. Pierce as an appliance store manager on Scenic Highway and later for a Mr. Charles H. Herbert (pronounced "A-bear") on Scenic Hwy. He then worked as an accountant again for a Baton Rouge firm of E. J. Gonzalas where he retired about 1956.
Disposition, The man - William Milton was called Bill by his wife and associates, Daddy by his children, and "I-pa" by his grandchildren. I remember him clearly and spent much time with him and wife Mattie (or Me-Maw). Others may recall otherwise, but to me he was consistently gentle and good natured, always had a smile, loved kids, and seemed to enjoy life -- despite his wife's constantly putting him down both privately and publicly. Wife Mattie clearly "wore the pants" and this did not seem to bother him in the least. Perhaps she developed this behavior because of Bill's consistent laid back approach to life. Son Jack Sr. on May 14, 1980 recalled to me (Jack Jr.) that he never remembering his father ever got mad or uttered a curse word. An honest, sincerely and genuinely religious, generous, and good hearted person. Tall, thin, wore glasses, nice smile. Very easy going and did not like arguments. He was somewhat henpecked but could "put his foot down" if necessary. I recall him telling a tale, possibly more for my entertainment than truth, of coming across a tree supposedly filled with squirrels and how he shot his limit using a 22 rifle. He was a very pleasant man most of the time and didn't seem to require too much out of life. He usually went along with wife Mattie's wishes on most matters as she would have wore him down sooner or later anyway. He loved good home-cooked food, especially turnip greens and strawberry shortcake. To this day I still think of him whenever I prepare these two foods. After wife Mattie's death in 1958 he spent most of his time fishing, a favorite hobby. He supposedly played a lot of golf in his early years but no one recalls his playing much after 1940. He loved good home-cooked food. Whenever he got up from the table he always told whomever had cooked the meal that he enjoyed it. Whenever the whole family got together for Christmas or Thanksgiving each year or those frequent Sunday dinners, he always offered the same simple blessing; "Lord make us thankful for these and other blessings we humbly beg, Amen." Every Sunday afternoon he usually visited us and we missed his visits very much after his death in 1961.
Other Women - Bill was not a "womanizer" and no reader should leave with that impression. However, after death of wife Mattie, he dated old flame Dr. Maude Purdy (Ph.D. Chemistry) who by the way taught Jack Jr. chemistry at LSU in 1963. She was 10-15 years younger than he. Later, he also traveled to Melbourne, Fla. to see brother Jesse a couple of times and on one trip stopped by Milledgeville (did he mean Macon) to see Bill's old girlfriend Eddie Dean Sauls, widow of his father William James Davis, who he had jilted to marry Mattie. Other stories plaguing Bill include one that, while working at E. J. Gonzales a Lillian Rube had a crush on him. Wife Mattie, who was very jealous of Bill and accused him of all sorts of misdeeds, made him quit working there to get away from Lillian.
The Final Years - A good natured man, Bill seemed to enjoy his latter days just visiting his family and friends. We have missed his happy visits but there are good memories tucked away for us to treasure. His nickname "I-pa" was given to him by his first grandson, Little Bill (William Milton Davis III). This small boy little realized how his famous nicknames "Me-ma" and "I-Pa" would be a cherished sound to all of the family in later years as we all look back on the good times shared with these two wonderful and interesting people. After Bill retired in about 1956 and he and wife Mattie did a lot of traveling and "camping out". They especially liked to go to the Smoky Mountains. He continued to enjoy fishing and hunting while his health lasted. Bill smoked fairly heavily for most of his adult life up until the early 1950s which likely contributed to his contracting lung cancer. In Feb. 1961 he developed pains in his arm and chest which, after exploratory surgery, was in his lungs. He passed away at his daughter Martha Hopper's home on August 8, 1961. (Recollections by daughter-in-law Dorothy Jeanne Brunet Davis and Grandson Jack S. Davis, Jr., August 1997.)

1920 Macon, Bibb Co., GA Federal Census, Enumerated Jan 8-9, 1920 by Frances Jackson, Page 6A, Family #129: Davis, Wm. D., Head, age 29, GA, Automobile Dealership Manager; Martha L., Wife, age 26, GA; Wm. M. Jr., Son, age 7, GA; James, Son, age 6, GA; Eugene, Son, age 4, GA; Jack, Son, age 2-6/12, AL
1930 Police Jury Ward 9, East Baton Rouge Parish, LA Federal Census, Enumerated Apr 14, 1930 by Lew Armstrong, Page 11A, Family #226: Davis, W. M., Head, Value of Home $10,000, age 39, Married at age 20, GA, Automobile Dealership; Mattie, Wife, 36, Married at age 17, GA; Milton, Son, age 17, GA; Edwin, Son, age 16, GA; Eugene, Son, age 14, GA; Jack, Son, age 12, AL; Martha, Daughter, age 8, GA; Nell, Daughter, age 6, LA; Folendare, Robert, Adopted Son, age 17, GA (Note: Folendare is not a valid name. There is no such name in the SSDI) (Census items posted by masmith@stjoelive.com as "post em" to Jack S. Davis family tree at Rootsweb. com)

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William Preston DAVIS and Cornelia Ayer RAYSOR




Husband William Preston DAVIS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1885



Wife Cornelia Ayer RAYSOR

         Born: 22 February 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 June 1930
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas RAYSOR, Jr. (1827-1896)
       Mother: Cornelia Erwin AYER (1828-1865)




Children

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William Walton DAVIS and Jessie Borden WALKER




Husband William Walton DAVIS 1010

         Born: December 1877 - Baldwin County, Georgia 282
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 July 1969 - Bibb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Zebulon Methodist Church Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: Samuel W. DAVIS (1847-1899) 2751,3059
       Mother: Maude A. BOYER (1855-1925) 1010,2751,3051


     Marriage: 3 June 1900 - Hancock County, Georgia



Wife Jessie Borden WALKER

         Born: 9 October 1882 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 February 1975 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Zebulon Methodist Church Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: George Elliott WALKER (Abt 1857-      ) 2013
       Mother: Julia Borden SASNETT (Abt 1860-      )




Children
1 F Daisy Lillian DAVIS

         Born: 29 April 1901 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 November 1991 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Zebulon Methodist Church Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: Herschel Bert ARNOLD
         Marr: Bef 1924


2 M William Hinton DAVIS

         Born: 14 November 1903 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 February 1977 - Wayne County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Piney Grove Cemetery, Wayne County, Georgia
       Spouse: Betty COLEMAN


3 M George Whitaker DAVIS

         Born: 16 May 1905 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 November 1995 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Reynolds Chapel Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: Marion Elise GARRARD
         Marr: 9 November 1929 - Hancock County, Georgia


4 M Durward Borden DAVIS

         Born: 4 February 1907 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 June 1978 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - West View Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mattie Jane COOPER


5 M Lucius Walton DAVIS

         Born: 13 September 1912 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 June 1984 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - West View Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia



6 F Jessie Olene DAVIS

         Born: Abt 1922 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Paul B. BOOSKA
         Marr: 8 September 1948 - Addison County, Vermont



General Notes: Husband - William Walton DAVIS

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia Hancock County, 118-Militia District, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 203 Page: 192: Line 10 Davis, Wm W. Son-in-law W M Jun 1877 23 S GA GA GA Farm laborer.
William lives in the household of WALKER George E. Head W M Nov 1858 41 M 22 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Julia B. Wife W F Nov 1859 40 M 22 5 2 GA GA GA; -- Jessie B. Dau W F Oct 1881 18 S GA GA GA; -- Lurial L. Dau W F Sept 1890 9 S GA GA GA; AMOUR Mary D. Mother W F Nov 1835 64 Wd - 1 1 GA GA GA; SASNETT Mary E. Mother W F Aug 1839 90 Wd - 1 1 GA GA GA.
(NOTE: The next door neighbor is Carrie DANNIEL, 69, Aunt, widow of Arthur R. DANIELL, living in the household of Miss CLAUD A. CALAWAY and two of her brothers. William's mother was Martha Ann DANIELL, Arthur 's sister.)
(NOTE: Jesse B. married William W. DAVIS on 3 June 1900. Mary E. SASNETT is the mother of Julia B. WALKER. Mary D. AMOUR is the mother of George E. WALKER, apparently remarried to an AMOUR and widowed for a second time. RLD)

1920 U. S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 118- Militia District, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 258 Page: 263: Line 10 Davis Wm W. Head M W 42 M GA GA GA Farmer; -- Jessie Wife F W 37 M GA GA GA; -- Daisy Dau F W 18 S GA GA GA; -- Hinton Son M W 15 S GA GA GA; -- George Son M W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Durwood Son M W 12 GA GA GA; -- Lucius Son M W 8 S GA GA GA.
William's brother: 1920 U. S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 118- Militia District, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 258 Page: 250: Line 7 DAVIS Cletian HEAD M W 44 M GA GA GA Farming; -- Daisy Wife F W 45 M GA GA GA; HOOD Ralph Stepson M W 13 S GA GA GA; DAVIS Maud Mother F W 64 Wd GA GA GA.

"192. Walton Davis Miss Jessie Walker Sept. 22, 1889 B.E.L. Timmons 9-20,1891 7-1,1969" [Register of Members of Zebulon Methodist Church, South - Hancock County, Georgia, pg. 13-21, Margarette Goldsby Gaissert, Compiler, Extractor and Publisher, Transcribed by Scott O. Fraser,(sofraser@aol.com), as understood from text (May 2006)]

Obituary:
Sparta, Ga. - Funeral services for William Walton Davis, 92, of Sparta, who died Tuesday in a Macon nursing home will be held at 4 p.m. today in Devereux Methodist Church. The rev. C. R. Scott will officiate. Burial will be in Zeb ulon Methodist Church Cemetery, Hancocock County. He was the oldest member of Devereux Methodist Church and a retired farmer. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. William W. Davis; four sons, W. Hinton Davis, Cave Springs, Ga., Durward D. Davis, Milledgeville, Ga., George W. Davis, and Lucius Davis, both of Devereux, Ga.; Two daughters, Mrs. Daisy Arnold, Macon, and Mrs. Olen D. Booska, Middleberry, Vt.; brother, Sammy Davis, Macon; sister, Mrs. R. A. Waller, Sparta. Friends may call at Patterson Funeral Home. [The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Thursday, July 3, 1969, Page B14]


General Notes: Wife - Jessie Borden WALKER

"212. Miss Jessie B.Walker W.W. Davis Aug. 18, 1893 C.S. Owens to Devereux 1931 1972" Register of Members of Zebulon Methodist Church, South - Hancock County, Georgia, pg. 13-21, Margarette Goldsby Gaissert, Compiler, Extractor and Publisher, Transcribed by Scott O. Fraser,(sofraser@aol.com), as understood from text (May 2006)

Obituary: Sparta, Ga. - Mrs. Jessie Walker Davis, 92, died Saturday. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. today in the Zebulon Methodist Church, Sparta, with the Revs. Norman Williams and Allen Smith officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery, Survivors include four sons, William H. Davis, Jesup, Ga., George W. Davis and Lucious W. Davis, Devereau, Ga., and Durwood B. Davis, Milledgeville, Ga.; two daughters, Mrs. Daisy Arnold, Macon, Ga., and Mrs. Olin D. Booska, St. Claude, Fla.; one sister, Mrs. Callaway Boyer, Albany, Ga. Patterson Funeral Home, sparta, is in charge.
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William Jackson HARPER and Willie DAVIS




Husband William Jackson HARPER

         Born: 13 June 1879
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 October 1923 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Hillview Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
     Marriage: Abt 1908



Wife Willie DAVIS 2992

         Born: January 1886 - Georgia 2992
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: William James DAVIS (1851-Bef 1920) 792,2993
       Mother: Nancy Melvina COLLINS (1860-1946) 792,1876,2993




Children
1 M E. J. HARPER

         Born: Abt 1910 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Mary L. DOLLAR
         Marr: Abt 1929


2 F Mary HARPER

         Born: Abt 1913
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3 M Monroe HARPER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William Jackson HARPER

1880 census--
Name: William J. Harper
Home in 1880: District 788, Heard, Georgia
Age: 3
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1877
Birthplace: Georgia
Relation to Head of Household: Son
Father's Name: Monroe
Father's birthplace: Georgia
Mother's Name: Mosura M.
Mother's birthplace: Georgia
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Monroe Harper 26
Mosura M. Harper 28
Lulu Harper 5
William J. Harper 3
Georgia Harper 9M

WW1 draft registration--
Name: William Jackson Harper
City: Not Stated
County: Troup
State: Georgia
Birth Date: 13 Jun 1879
Race: White
Roll: 1558647
DraftBoard: 0
next-of-kin: Mrs Willie Harper
residence: 15 Elm St., LaGrange

Georgia Death Index--
Name: W. J. Harper
Death Date: 08 Oct 1923
County of Death: Troup
Certificate: 30419-E
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Dana Gay DAVLIN




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Dana Gay DAVLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Mack DAVLIN
       Mother: Mary Frances MONTGOMERY (1937-2009)



 Other Spouse: Keith Edward McNEAL


Children
1 M William Theo DAVLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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Keith Edward McNEAL and Dana Gay DAVLIN




Husband Keith Edward McNEAL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Dana Gay DAVLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Mack DAVLIN
       Mother: Mary Frances MONTGOMERY (1937-2009)




Children

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William Mack DAVLIN and Mary Frances MONTGOMERY




Husband William Mack DAVLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Frances MONTGOMERY 2410

         Born: 27 December 1937 - Navarro County, Texas 2410
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         Died: 9 December 2009 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried:  - Eureka Cemetery, Navarro County, Texas


       Father: Richard Whitney MONTGOMERY (1910-1956) 2410
       Mother: Leona Elizabeth DANIEL (1910-1996) 2410



 Other Spouse: Paul David ROBINSON -  (Divorced in 1980)


Children
1 F Dana Gay DAVLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Keith Edward McNEAL (living)


2 M Dave William DAVLIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Traci M. --?-- (living)



General Notes: Wife - Mary Frances MONTGOMERY

Mary Frances Montgomery and William Mack Davlin married before 1959. They had two children, Dana Gay and Dave William.

Paul D Robinson, age 20, and Mary F Montgomery, age 36, married on 25 Mar 1974 in Navarro County, Texas. ["Texas, Marriages, 1966-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VT2W-886 : accessed 24 Jun 2014), Paul D Robinson and Mary F Montgomery, 25 Mar 1974; citing Navarro, Texas, United States, certificate number 025233, Department of State Health Services, Texas Vital Statistics Unit, Austin, Texas.]

Paul D Robinson, age 26, and Mary F Robinson, age 41, divorced on 20 November 1980 in Freestone County, Texas. There were no children."Texas, Divorce Index, 1968-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VYXR-CLK : accessed 24 Jun 2014), Paul D Robinson and Mary F Robinson, 20 Nov 1980; citing Ancestry.com; Freestone, Texas, United States, certificate number 079810, Department of State Health Services, Austin.

Mary Frances is buried in Eureka Cemetery, Eureka (Navarro County), Navarro County. Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 70732150:

MARY F
MONTGOMERY ROBINSON
DEC. 27, 1937
DEC. 9, 2009

The memorial presents this obituary:
Mary Frances Robinson, 71, of Fairfield, Texas, passed away Wednesday, December 09, 2009 in Tyler, Texas. Mrs. Robinson was born on December 27, 1937 in Corsicana, Texas, to parents Richard W. and Leona Daniel Montgomery. She graduated from Fairfield High School in 1955 as class valedictorian and attended TCU on a full music scholarship. She was retired from Sam's Restaurant where she worked as a waitress for many years. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Fairfield and for a number of years played piano for the First Baptist Church of Kirvin. She was known for her love of Fairfield High School athletics and was an avid member of the Fairfield High School Band Boosters. She was also a member of the red-hatters. Left to cherish her memory are two children, Dana McNeal of Dallas; Dave Davlin and wife Traci of San Antonio; a brother, Dan Montgomery of Fredricksburg; a grandson, Theo Davlin and a great-granddaughter, Telee Davlin.
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Raymond Wayne VALLERY and Bertha DAW




Husband Raymond Wayne VALLERY

         Born: 22 December 1941
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 July 2011 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Alexandria Memorial Gardens, Rapides Parish, Louisiana


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


     Marriage: 



Wife Bertha DAW (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Michael Wayne VALLERY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Becky --?-- (living)


2 M David Layne VALLERY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Debbie --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Raymond Wayne VALLERY

Raymond Wayne Vallery is buried in Alexandria Memorial Gardens, Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Find A Grave Memorial# 73163390 presents this obituary:
Memorial Service for Raymond Wayne Vallery will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, July 7, 2011, at St. Rita Catholic Church with Father Adam Travis officiating. Burial will be at Alexandria Memorial Gardens, Woodworth, under the direction of Hixson Brothers, Alexandria. A small reception will follow at the Holy Family Center. Mr. Vallery, 69, of Cotile Lake, passed away Tuesday, July 5, 2011, at Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital. He was a member of St. Rita's Catholic Church, Alexandria and was a member of the Men's Association at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church. Mr. Vallery was on the Board of Directors of the Exchange Club of Alexandria and Vice President of Board of Gardner Water Association. He was retired from Prudential Securities as a Financial Advisor after 30 plus years and was a self-employed Realtor for 25 years plus. He loved fishing and was an avid duck hunter. His joy and passion was working in his yard and his greatest accomplishment was his family. Mr. Vallery attended Northwestern and Louisiana College. He was preceded in death by his father, Raymond Talmadge Vallery; mother, Lockie Daniels [sic] Vallery; Ronald David Vallery; and sister, Mellissa Ann Vallery McKinney. Those left to cherish his memory include his wife, Bertha Daw Vallery; sons, Michael Wayne Vallery and wife Becky, David Layne Vallery and wife Debbie; sister, Alice Patricia Constantino; grandchildren, Chase, Haley, Gage, Gavin Vallery, Robert Desoto. Memorials may be made to St. Rita Catholic Church, 3822 Bayou Rapides Rd, Alexandria, LA 71303 or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital , 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1905, or "Little Boo Maddox" fund.
Published in The Town Talk on July 6, 2011
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George DAWKINS




Husband George DAWKINS

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1785 - Newberry County, South Carolina
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Wife

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Children
1 F Jemima DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1738
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 2 April 1799
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lt. Thomas HARBIRT, RS-SC 476
         Marr: Abt 1760


2 F Susanna DAWKINS 424

         Born: Abt 1749
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 October 1794 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Solomon POPE 424
         Marr: 18 April 1765


3 F Mary Anne DAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: LANE (living)


4 F Elizabeth DAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: BARRETT (living)


5 M George DAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - George DAWKINS

George DAWKINS died sometime before 1785 in Newberry District, South Carolina. Earliest record for George in South Carolina Archives is in Berkeley County on 13 April 1771 when he had a plat recorded for 150 acres. The record provides locations: Belue Creel, Berkeley County, Broad River, Saluda Creek, and Second Creek. Others named in the record are Enoch PEARSON and Henry WICKER. [SC Archives: Series: S213184, Volume: 0014, Page: 00343, Item: 01]

George died before 1785 when George HARRIS and Thomas HARBART, husband of Jemima DAWKINS, were acting as executors of George's Will. George's wife, name not discovered, apparently died before George. No mention of her in the testimony concerning George's Will.

George DAWKINS' Will was recorded from the oaths of William BALINTINE, a subscribing witness and Elizabeth BEARD who had custody of the Will at George's death and some time after before the Will was destroyed. Per their oaths, George named or gave bequeaths to Jemima HARBETT, Nancy BARR[E]T, Mary Ann LANE, Susannah POPE, Elizabeth POPE, his daughter the Widow GRIGSBY, son George DAWKINS, granddaughter Ellen HAMPTON, grandson Thomas BARRETT, grandson William Dawkins LANE, and appointed his son George DAWKINS and nephew Thomas DAWKINS as executors. [See Will typescript at SC Archives: Series: S108093 Reel: 0018 Frame: 00468 Item: 000 Date: 1788 C., Will Book A, p. 22, 4 June 1788,
http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=301723]
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Lt. Thomas HARBIRT, RS-SC and Jemima DAWKINS




Husband Lt. Thomas HARBIRT, RS-SC 476

          AKA: Thomas HERBERT
         Born: Cir 1735
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 2 April 1799 and 27 May 1799 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1760



Wife Jemima DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1738
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 2 April 1799
       Buried: 


       Father: George DAWKINS (      -Bef 1785)
       Mother: 




Children
1 M Colonel John HERBERT 424

          AKA: John HARBIRT 476
         Born: Abt 1760
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         Died: Bef 8 November 1826
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah COOK 424
       Spouse: Delitha --?-- (living)
       Spouse: Mary COOK 424


2 M Rev. Hardy HARBIRT

         Born: 
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         Died: November 1794 - Norfolk County, Virginia
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3 M George HARBIRT 476

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 2 March 1807 - South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth FINCH (living)


4 M Thomas Sharpe HERBERT

          AKA: Thomas Sharpe HARBIRT
         Born: 13 March 1773 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 November 1833 - Butler County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Herbert Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: Elizabeth HAMPTON
         Marr: Bef 1796



General Notes: Husband - Lt. Thomas HARBIRT, RS-SC

Thomas HARBIRT's parents have not been proven.

Thomas married Jemima DAWKINS. He was an executor of her father George DAWKINS estate in South Carolina. Thomas died in Hancock County, Georgia in 1799. In his Will, he named three sons, John , George, and Thomas, son-in-law Burrell COOK. The Will was witnessed by Levi DANIELL.

The earliest record of a Thomas HARBIRT in South Carolina Archives is a lease and release land from Daniel ELLIS, 1773-1774. No location listed.

A Revolutionary War service record: "HARBIRT, Thomas. One hundred nine days as lieutenant." A record for Lt. Thomas HARBIRT's son John is also listed here. [Green's "History of Richland County South Carolina, p. 96]

"GIBSON, Joseph, Sr. - He served under Lt. Thomas HARBIRT, Capt. William KIRKLAND and Col. [Lt. Col. Robert]GOOWIN [GOODWYN] and was on the Stono Expedition from 2 April to 24 June 1779. In addition, he was under Lt. HARBIRT and Capt. Benjamin MAY and Col. TAYLOR at the seige of the Congaree Fort. He was under Capt. Benjamin MAY and Col. [Thomas] TAYLOR at Ancrum's Plantation and was under Capt. Fraser at Biggin Church. In addition he was under Lt. DANIEL, Capt. Lewis POPE and Col. TAYLOR. A.A.2796; W300" [Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution. Volume I, A-J, p. 354, by Bobby Gilmer Moss]

South Carolina Archives: Series: S108092, Reel: 0066, Frame: 00206, ignore: 000. 1776 C. or later: Description: HARBIRT, John, Account Audited (File No. 3306) of claims growing out of the American Revolution.

29 March 1782, Thomas HARBIRT witnessed the Will of Elizabeth CHAPPELL in Camden District, South Carolina.

This may be Thomas' son, Thomas Sharpe HARBERT/HARBIRT
SC Archives: Series: S165015, Year: ND00, Item: 00770, ignore: 000; Date: No date: Description: Inhabitants of Fairfield and Orangeburg Districts, Petition Asking for the Establishment of a Ferry at the Plantation of Burril COOK on Broad River. [2 pages] Names indexed: COOK, Burril; HAMPTON, John; HARBERT, Thomas S.; STODENMAYER; SUMMER, Francis; SUMMER, John Adam. Locations: Broad River; Broad River Road; Dutch Fork; Fairfield District. Orangeburgh District.

SC Arhives: Series: S136002, Box: 119A, Item: 0337A, ignore: 000; Date: 1785: Description: HARRIS, George and Thomas HARBERT, Exors. of George Dawkins vs. John LILES, Jr. Judgement Roll. Names indexed: DAWKINS, George; HARBERT, Thomas; HARRIS, George; LILES, John Jr..

SC Archives: Series: S213190, Volume: 0012, Page: 00280, Item: 001: Date: 12/28/1785 Description: COOK, Burrel, Plat for 225 Acres on Mile Branch, Camden District, Surveyed by W. CATO. Names indexed: BRUNT, John; CATO, W.; COOK, Burrel; COOK, John; HARBIRT, Thomas; LONG, David. Locations: Broad River, Camden District, Mile Branch.

SC Archives: Series: S136002, Box: 127A, Item: 0267A, ignore: 000: Date: 1786: Description: TAYLOR, Thomas, James TAYLOR and William REA VS Thomas HARBIRT, Judgment Roll, See also, HARNERT, Thomas. Names indexed: HARBIRT, THOMAS; REA, WILLIAM; TAYLOR, JAMES; TAYLOR, THOMAS

Will of Thomas Harbirt
Hancock County, GA
Ordinary Court Miscellaneous Records
Estate Book or Vol No.: AA 1794 - 1804
Pages 79 - 84
[Paragraphs inserted by me (Alexis Spiritas)]
In The Name of God Amen
I Thomas Harbirt of the State of Georgia and County of Hancock, being weak in body but of perfect Sound mind and memory and is knowing the mortality of my body and that it is appointed of God for all men once to die and come to Judgement, do make and ordain this my last will and testament and as I hope to die In the christian faith and be buried in a christian like Manner, there needs no further preamble and as to what Worldly goods it hath pleased god to endow me with I give devise and bequeath in the matter following. And first and principally it is my desire that all My Just debts be paid without trouble or suits of law.
Item give and bequeath to my sons John, George, and Thomas Harbirt, one tract of Land containing two hundred and twenty - six acres Lying on Town Creek. And also sixteen Negroes (viz. Peter, Cloe, Jack, Hannah, Vilet, Jacob, Bob, Hal, Sam, Reuben, Chaney, Ellis, Big Sam, Siller, Peter, Salley) to be equally divided between them
I give and bequeath unto my grand Daughter Alice Wright Harbirt four hundred Dollars, when she comes of age, and if she dies without an heir of her body for the money to be given to my grandson Hardy Harbirt son of John Harbirt when he comes of age. Also I give and bequeath unto Son in Law Burrell Cook two dollars and I do Hereby utterly avow and disanull (sic) all other of my wills and testaments and for the prosecution thereof I do appoint impower and authorize John Harbirt, George Harbirt, and Thomas Harbirt Executors to this my Last will and testament in witness whereof I do hereby set my hand and seal this second day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine.
Signed Sealed in [signature] Thomas Harbirt
the presence of
Levi Daniell
Joseph Denson
Hubert Reynolds

The foregoing will proven by the oaths of Levi Daniell and Joseph Denson and that they saw Hubert Reynolds assign his name as the third subscribing witness this 27th day of May 1799.
[signature] M Greene RPHC?

Family relationships: Thomas HARBIRT [HERBERT]'s son John first married Sarah COOKand second her sister Mary, daughters of Capt. John COOK of Fairfield County, South Carolina and later Hancock County, Georgia. Levi DANIELL married Martha Pearson COOK, daughter of Capt. John COOK. Burrell COOK [wife Mary POPE] was a brother of Sarah, Mary, and half-brother of Martha Pearson Cook DANIELL.

===
Possible parents, family, or origin:

SC Archives: Series: S213184, Volume: 0003, Page: 00390, Item: 01; Date: 10/5/1736: Col. HARBERT owns land on Steeds Creek in St. Georges Parish, Berkley County, South Carolina. He is named on a plat for 120 acres for Mrs. Frances LADSON. Others named: Catherine CATTLE, John MILES and James ST. JOHN.

Jno. HARBIRT, Justice of the Peace, swore to the Will of Agness BARBER of Wateree Creek, Camden District, Craven County & St. Mark's Parish, South Carolina on 23 October 1784.

Was this Thomas HARBIRT from North Carolina and Virginia?
1764 31 Jan. William DEFNALL of Edgecombe Co. [North Carolina] to WILLIAM PITMON of same, for £31 5s. Virginia money a tract of 200 acres on Sikes' Branch adjoining Thomas HARBIRT, it being the upper part of a Granville grant to said DEFNAL by deed bearing date March 2, 1761. Wit: Thomas HARBERT, Henry (X) WATKINS. DB C, p. 266.
1769 2 Mar. James TUCKER of Edgecombe Co. to Thomas HARBIRT, for £2 Proc. money a tract of 40 acres on the south bank of Little Sapony Swamp and on Barrentine's Branch, it being part of a patent granted to William BENNET bearing date 20 Apr 1745 and conveyed by said BENNET to James TUCKER. Wit: Stephen BATCHELOR, James TUCKER, Wm. PITMAN, William VESTER. DB D, p. 150.
[NOTE: Numerous records of Thomas HARBIRT witnessing documents in this message. RLD]
[http://genforum.com/pittman/messages/1373.html]


General Notes: Wife - Jemima DAWKINS

Jemima DAWSON married Thomas HARBERT, also known as HARBIRT/HERBERT.

The Will of Jemima's father, George DAWKINS, destroyed but as sworn to in court in 1788: "Solomon & Chloe two Negrous [sic] were Lent to Mrs. Jemima HARBETT during her Natural Life and at her Death the said Negros & their Increase were to be equally Divided amoungst all her Children excepting a boy Jack who was to Left to Nanct BARRT..."
[S108093: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9) Newberry County (MSS WILL: Estate Record Book A, Page 22)
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John William DAWKINS and Hannah HARDWICK




Husband John William DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1752 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1810 - Greene County, Georgia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1787 - Putnam County, Georgia



Wife Hannah HARDWICK

         Born: 4 April 1755 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 January 1837 - Greene County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)




Children
1 F Patsy DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1779
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2 M Garland DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1781
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3 M Daniel DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1783
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         Died: 
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4 M Reuben DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1785
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General Notes: Husband - John William DAWKINS

Parents: William DAWKINS and Mary Calvert HARRISON.


General Notes: Wife - Hannah HARDWICK

In her father's Bible she is named as "Hancy".
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LANE and Mary Anne DAWKINS




Husband LANE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Anne DAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George DAWKINS (      -Bef 1785)
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Children
1 M William Dawkins LANE (details suppressed for this person)

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Solomon POPE and Susanna DAWKINS




Husband Solomon POPE 424

         Born: 1740
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 January 1795 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 18 April 1765



Wife Susanna DAWKINS 424

         Born: Abt 1749
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 October 1794 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: George DAWKINS (      -Bef 1785)
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Mary POPE 424

         Born: 3 April 1766 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Burrill COOK 111,424
       Spouse: Robert OGILVIE
         Marr: February 1808


2 F Elizabeth POPE

         Born: 13 September 1767 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 October 1838 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lewis MATHEWS
         Marr: 15 December 1783


3 F Mourning POPE

         Born: 9 June 1769 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 January 1847
       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, , South Carolina
       Spouse: Drury MATHEWS
         Marr: Abt 1788


4 M John POPE

         Born: 1 May 1771 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Margaret STROTHER
         Marr: Abt 1790


5 M Wylie POPE

         Born: 24 February 1773 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1800 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth UNKNOWN
         Marr: Abt 1792


6 F Temperance POPE

         Born: 21 May 1775 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John STROTHER
         Marr: Bef 1795


7 F Susannah POPE 424

         Born: 9 August 1777 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nathaniel Pearson COOK 424
         Marr: Abt 1795


8 F Charity POPE

         Born: 9 February 1780 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1814
       Buried: 



9 M Henry POPE

         Born: 24 April 1785 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 12 July 1810
       Buried: 



10 F Patience POPE

         Born: 10 November 1789 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1809
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James RABB
         Marr: Abt 1807


11 M Sampson POPE

         Born: 7 June 1792 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Solomon POPE

Will of Solomon POPE decd. John POPE Admr filed Jan 5, 1795 [Box 43- forgot] In the Name of God Amen, I Solomon POPE of South Carolina , Edgefield Co...my LWT. I give. in manner and form following: I have given to my daughter Mary COOK one Negro named Jack , one horse, and Saddle , bed & furniture. I have given to my daugher Ellisabeth one negro named [Caleb/jacob?], one horse and saddle, & one bed and furniture. I have given to my daughter Mourthing one Negro named Sam, one horse & saddle, one Bed & furniture. I have given to my daughter Temperance [Stra---] one Negro named __, one horse & saddle, bed & Furniture I will and bequeath to the children that is Single __________ John (,) Willy, Suzana (,) Charity, Sollomon, [area black] Sampson all my lands and Negros (lists negros) and equal division at the youngest coming of age. I do nominate and appoint Wylly POPE, John [Shawder] John POPE ____ , if John __thinks proper to come out of town and take the plantation & stock with his brother Wylly and carry on the business and rise the children and give them schooling. /s/ Sampson POPE (shaky signature) Witnesses: Asael ROBERTS, Demcy WEVER, William (his mark) CANE Proved Jan 5, 1795. Solomon POPE'S estate contained 13 Negroes There seems to be an accounting for many years of payments that seem to be for the maintenance of land, farm and support of the faimily. No indication of payment of any legatees during this time. In 1813, the following petition is filed: To John SIMKINS, Ordinary, .. the undersigned being members of the estate of Solomon Pope decese by leave to state that by the will of Solomohn Pope all the negroes and stock . to be equally divided - that young children are now of age and __ has been made for the division - That the household and kitchen furniture, and plantation Tools __ other small articles of a perishable nature were no disposed of by the will but have been kept __ till the present time to wait the coming of age of the youngest child. .. the partitoners therefore prays that your Honor. will grant him an order of Sale for te protion of the __ property of said estate above _________ . 3 Nov, 1813 John POPE, Excr.


General Notes: Wife - Susanna DAWKINS

From the Will of her father George DAWKINS: "Daughter Susannah POPE... two Negroes to wit Sinah & Antony to have and enjoy them and their increase forever" [S108093: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9) Newberry County (MSS WILL: Estate Record Book A, Page 22)
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DAWSON and Catherine EILAND




Husband DAWSON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Catherine EILAND (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Cecil EILAND (1916-2003)
       Mother: Rena H. HAYES (1911-2001)




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1 M Major John Edmonds DAWSON 2909

         Born: 1775 - Virginia 2909
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       Spouse: Annabelle BURWELL 2909


2 F Mary E. DAWSON 424,2909

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3 F Rebecca DAWSON 2909

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John Tyler HOWARD and Anna Wingfield DAWSON




Husband John Tyler HOWARD 3727,3728

         Born: 22 February 1837 - Georgia
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       Father: Augustus HOWARD (1806-1867) 2759
       Mother: Martha WIMBERLY (1815-1842)


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Wife Anna Wingfield DAWSON 3721

         Born: 7 July 1842 - Newton County, Georgia 3721
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       Father: William Curran DAWSON (1818-1893) 3724
       Mother: Martha M. COLBERT (1824-1876) 3721




Children
1 M William Colbert HOWARD 3721,4037,4038

         Born: August 1864 - Alabama 3721,4037
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         Died: 6 April 1918 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried: 7 April 1918 - Russell County, Alabama
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth DANIELL 301,4037
         Marr: 12 June 1894 - Barbour County, Alabama


2 M Robert Milton HOWARD 3721

         Born: 10 June 1866 3721
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3 F Florence Dawson HOWARD 3721

         Born: 30 January 1873 3721
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General Notes: Husband - John Tyler HOWARD

A collection of family records By Charles Carroll Dawson, J- ALBANY, N. Y.:
JOEL MUNSELL, 82 STATE STREET. 1874, p. 552:
"Page 382. William Curran Dawson (3-8), erase all after Alabama State Legislature, 1855, and read : also in 1856; m. Aug. 2, 1841, Martha M. Colbert, b. in Morgan county, Ga., May 6, 1824, dau. of Maj. John G., and Frances Wingfield Colbert, of Morgan county. Four children : I. Anna Wingfield, b. in Covington, Ga., July 7, 1842, m. June 10, 1863, John Tyler Howard, of Ala.; five children, three living : William Colbert, b. April 18, 1864, Robert Milton, b. June 10, 1866, Florence Dawson, b. Jan. 30, 1873. II. Thomas Colbert, b. in Russell county, Ala., July 23, 1847, res. Glenville, Ala., unm. III. Susan Amaret, b. in Russell Co., Ala., Dec. 17, 1849, m. Dec. 4, 1866, Crawford Brigges Griffiths, of Ala., who d. Sept. 28, 1867. She res. in Glenville; one child, Crawford Brigges, b. Sept. 27, 1867. IV. Florence, b. in Russell Co., Ala., July II, 1853, res Glenville, unm.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Oswichee, Fort Mitchell P O; Series: M593 Roll: 38 Page: 238:
133 142 HOWARD John T. 28 M W Farmer --- 1500 GA;
-- Anna 27 F W Keeps house GA;
-- Willie 6 M W AL;
-- Robert 3 M W AL;
-- John 4/12 M W AL;
HOWARD Anna 30 F W GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Quitman County, 1195 Militia District; Series: T9 Roll: 162 Page: 43:
55 55 HOWARD John T. WM 42 M Farming GA GA GA;
-- Ana [sic] F W 37 Wife House keeping GA GA GA;
-- William W M 16 Son GA GA GA;
-- Robert W M 14 Son GA GA GA;
-- Florence W F 7 Dau GA GA GA;
-- Ellen W F 5 Dau GA GA GA.
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Judge Edward Young HILL and Annabella Powell DAWSON




Husband Judge Edward Young HILL 3343,3747

         Born: 10 January 1805 - Abbeville District, South Carolina 3343,3747
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       Father: Joshua HILL, Sr., R.S. (1763-1855)
       Mother: Nancy Wyatt COLLIER (1765-Bef 1850)


     Marriage: 12 December 1827 - Jasper County, Georgia



Wife Annabella Powell DAWSON 3343,3747

         Born: 1810 - Georgia 3343,3747
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1 F Elizabeth Scott HILL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Catherine HILL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Indiana HILL (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Jarrett Jordan HILL (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Mary Louisa HILL (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M Capt. Edward Young HILL, Jr., CSA 3748

         Born: 31 March 1833 - Monticello, Jasper County, Georgia 3748
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7 F Amelia B. C. HILL

         Born: 1837
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8 F Mary R. HILL 3748

         Born: 1838
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         Died: 26 July 1873 - Jefferson County, Alabama 3748
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       Spouse: David A. WALKER (living)


9 M Lt. John Dawson HILL, CSA 3747,3748

         Born: 1839 - Monticello, Jasper County, Georgia 3748
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10 F Beatrice M. HILL

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Hunter Chapman POPE 3748
         Marr: 11 October 1859 - Wilkes County, Georgia
       Spouse: Colonel Alexander POPE 3748
         Marr: 1871


11 F Annabella Martha HILL 3748

         Born: 1844
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12 M Dr. Charles Montgomery HILL 3747,3748

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia 3747
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General Notes: Husband - Judge Edward Young HILL

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MZYD-5QW : accessed 3 June 2015), Edward Y Hill, La Grange, Troup, Georgia, United States; citing family 72, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
Edward Y Hill M 45 Judge Super. Court 8000 SC
Anabella P Hill F 39 GA
Edward B Hill M 17 Student GA
Amelia B C Hill F 13 GA
Mary R Hill F 12 GA
John [sic] B Hill M 10 GA
Anabella M Hill F 6 GA
Charles Hill M 2 GA
Matilda Chambless F 50 GA
John J Cooke M 17 Student GA
Catharine Clarke F 21 GA
Sallie Burns F 18 GA
Martha Coley F 18 GA
Georgia Cooley F 15 GA
Ella Hunt F 16 GA
Mary Greer F 16 GA
Eugenia Canwell F 16 GA
Dolle Wimberly F 15 GA
Mary Smith F 15 GA
Lucy W Todd F 9 GA

1860 U. S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, Harrisonville; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 175: 1 1 E. Y. HILL 55 M Lawyer 6700 3500 SC; Annabella " 49 F GA; Jno D. " 20 M Civil engineer GA; C. M. " 12 M GA; Matilda CHAMBLESS 60 F House keeper --- 1000 GA; Francis FULLER 24 M Overseer --- 600 GA.
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Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL and Annie Tommie DAWSON




Husband Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL 1384,2386

         Born: 4 April 1848 - Russell County, Alabama 2788
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         Died: 5 July 1901 - Barbour County, Alabama 2788
       Buried:  - Fulton County, Georgia 2788


       Father: Capt. Americus Columbus MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1891) 1092,1380
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BILLINGSLEA (1823-1895) 1092,1380


     Marriage: 28 April 1868 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1384



Wife Annie Tommie DAWSON 603

         Born: 21 July 1851 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1384,4081
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         Died: 28 May 1920 - Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


       Father: Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. (1809-1873) 1301,1302,1303
       Mother: Anna M. SNIDER (1827-1893) 1301,1302,1303




Children
1 F Willie Anne MITCHELL 600,602

         Born: 4 March 1872 - Barbour County, Alabama 1384,4082
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         Died: 11 July 1954 - Fulton County, Georgia 4082
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia 4082
       Spouse: Robert M. ORMOND 599,600



General Notes: Husband - Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL

Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL married Annie Tommie DAWSON.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Glennville; Series: M593 Roll: 38 Page: 202: 286 266 MITCHELL Wm 22 M W Physician AL; -- Annie 20 F W AL; -- Wm J. 1 M W AL; COMFORT(?) Ralph 17 M W Hostler AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Eufaula; Series:T9 Roll: 2 Page: 48 (Family History Library Film 1254002 NA Film Number T9-0002 Page Number 48C): William H. MITCHEAL [sic] Self M Male W 32 AL Physician GA GA; Anna MITCHEAL [sic] Wife M Female W 29 AL Keeping House GA GA; Willie MITCHEAL [sic] Dau S Female W 10 AL AL AL.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Eufaula; Series: T623 Roll: 2 Page: 138: 27 27 MITCHELL A. Head W M Apr 1848 52 M 32 AL GA GA Physician; -- Annie T. Wife W F July 1850 49 M 32 (# children smeared) AL GA GA.

Obituary: Dr. W. A. Mitchell, a former resident of Atlanta, but later residing in Eufaula, Alabama, died at the latter place Tuesday night. His remains arrived in this city over the Central of Georgia railway at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday evening. The funeral will take place this morning at 1 p.m. Interment will be at Oakland Cemetery. [The Atlanta Constitution, 7/19/1901]

William and Annie are buried in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. A picture of their shared tombstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 21640053 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Sep 18, 2007:

ANNIE T. MITCHELL
BORN
COLUMBUS, GA, JULY 21 1851
DIED
ATLANTA, GA. MAY 28, 1920

DR. WILLIAM A. MITCHELL
BORN
GLENNVILLE ALA. APR 4, 1848
DIED
EUFAULA ALA. JULY 16, 1901

At rest

[NOTE: This memorial list William's middle name as "Alexander" not Augustus. RLD]


General Notes: Wife - Annie Tommie DAWSON

Annie Tommie DAWSON married Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton county, Ward 3, Atlanta; Series: T625 Roll: 251 Page: 81:
Capitol Ave 144 689 923 ORMOND Robert Head M W 61 M A Scotland FL Broker Drug;
-- Willie Wife F W 46 M AL AL GA;
MITCHELL, Annie Mother-in-law F W 69 Wd GA GA GA.

Annie Dawson Mitchell, born 21 Jul 1850*, died in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia on 27 May 1920, aged 69 years, She was the daughter of Thomas H. Dawson and Annie Snider. [Georgia Deaths, 1914-1927. FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2295449, Digital Folder Number: 4177482, Image Number: 01452, Reference Number: 14748][*Tombstone says 1851]

They are buried in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 41178503. A picture if their shared tombstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41178503 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 26, 2009:

ANNIE T. MITCHELL
BORN
COLUMBUS, GA, JULY 21, 1851
DIED
ATLANTA, GA. MAY 28, 1920

DR. WILLIAM A. MITCHELL
BORN
GLENNVILLE ALA. APR 4, 1848
DIED
EUFAULA ALA. JULY 16, 1901

At rest


Notes: Marriage

In Columbus, Ga., April 28th, by Rev. Lovick Pierce, D. D., Dr. Wm. A. Mitchell of Glennville, Ala., to Annie T., daughter of Dr. Thos. H. Dawson, of Russell co., Georgia. [MARRIAGE NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878, May 15, 1868]


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Armistead Burwell DAWSON and Mary Ann JOURDAN




Husband Armistead Burwell DAWSON 2909

         Born: Cir 1808
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       Father: Major John Edmonds DAWSON (1775-1811) 2909
       Mother: Annabelle BURWELL (      -      ) 2909


     Marriage: 8 May 1834 - Putnam County, Georgia



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General Notes: Husband - Armistead Burwell DAWSON

From the Southern Recorder, May 28, 1834, page 3: "MARRIED, on the 8th inst. at the house of Colonel Thomas SANFORD, of Putnam county, Col. A. B. DAWSON, of Hamilton, to Miss Mary Ann JOURDAN."
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William HOWELL and Elizabeth DAWSON




Husband William HOWELL

         Born: Cir 1769
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       Father: Capt. William HOWELL, RS-SC (      -Bef 1784) 1218
       Mother: Lucy --?-- (      -Bef 1822) 1219


     Marriage: Bef 1790



Wife Elizabeth DAWSON 1219

         Born: 1772
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 Other Spouse: Joseph N. WARE - 11 January 1797 - New Savannah, Georgia


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1 F Elizabeth Dawson HOWELL 1219

         Born: Cir 1790
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         Died: 11 August 1828 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Thompson WARE 1219
         Marr: 2 February 1807 - Richmond County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - William HOWELL

Abstract, Will Book C, Richland County, South Carolina; "Page 114. William HOWELL. Intest. Mrs. Elizabeth HOWELL, Malachi HOWELL,, Ethel HEATH, adm. July 6, 1795." (Green's History of Richland County", p. 231)
Abstract of estate settlement from Will Book E: "Page 138. William HOWELL. Division of estate by Malachi HOWELL, his brother. Daughter Elizabeth married Thompson WARE." (Ibid, p. 250) This abstract is not dated, but is set sequentially among other records dated April 1808.


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Joseph N. WARE and Elizabeth DAWSON




Husband Joseph N. WARE

         Born: 1773 - Caroline County, Virginia
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Wife Elizabeth DAWSON 1219

         Born: 1772
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 Other Spouse: William HOWELL - Bef 1790


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Notes: Marriage

(Source: <http://members.cox.net/wdegidio/warelineage/warelineage.htm>)

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Capt. George William DAWSON, C.S.A. and Ann John SANKEY




Husband Capt. George William DAWSON, C.S.A. 1301,2863

         Born: 12 November 1835 - Columbia County, Georgia 1301
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       Father: Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. (1809-1873) 1301,1302,1303
       Mother: Ann BLAIR (1811-1842) 1301


     Marriage: 13 January 1858



Wife Ann John SANKEY 1384,2864

         Born: 19 November 1835 - Montgomery County, Alabama 1384,4083
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       Father: John Thomson SANKEY II (      -      )
       Mother: Patience STEPHENS (      -      )




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1 F Amoret DAWSON 1384,2864

         Born: 9 November 1858 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1384
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2 M George William DAWSON, Jr. 1384,4084

         Born: 20 June 1861 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1384
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3 F Elvie A. DAWSON 1384

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4 F Elizabeth DAWSON 4084

         Born: Abt 1866 - Alabama 4084
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5 F Annie Sankey DAWSON 1384,4084,4085

         Born: 14 February 1868 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4083
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6 F Mattie Holt DAWSON 1384,4086

         Born: 14 December 1870 - Bulloch County, Alabama 1384
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7 U DAWSON

         Born: Cir 1873 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4083
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8 F Susan DAWSON 4086

         Born: October 1875 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4083
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9 F Margarite Stephens DAWSON 4085

          AKA: Madge DAWSON,4083 Maggie DAWSON 4086
         Born: June 1878 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4086
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       Spouse: Everett Sultan McDANIEL 4085
         Marr: Abt 1903



General Notes: Husband - Capt. George William DAWSON, C.S.A.

Captain George William Dawson, son of Thomas Henry Dawson, Jr., and Ann Blair, was born 11 November 1835 in Appling, Columbia County, Georgia. He was probably the male, under 5, in the 1840 Census of District 5, Columbia County, Georgia. [http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p5.htm#i158]

The official date for this census was 1 June 1840. Facts gathered from this census included: Thomas H. Dawson household: 1 Free White Male under 5 years (George William); 1 Free white male 5 years and under 10 years (Hugh Blair); 1 Free white male 30 years and under 40 years (HOF-Thomas Henry); 1 Free White Female 5 years and under 10 years (Mary Elizabeth); 2 Free white females of 20 years and under 30 years (Wife - Ann Blair); 2 male slaves of 10 and under 24; 1 male slave 50 and uinder 100; 1 female slaves of 36-55. There was a total of 10 persons in the household and all 10 were employed in agriculture.16

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Pike County, Perote P O; Series: M653 Roll: 21 Page: 382: 1416 1438 George W. DAWSON 24 M Farmer 7.000 22,225 GA; [next page, 383] Ann J. DAWSON 24 F AL; Amorett [sic] " 2 F AL.

George served the Confederate States of America in the War Between The States. He first enlisted in Company C, 1st Alabama Volunteers and was later commissioned as Captain of Dawson's calvary.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote P O; Series: M593 Roll: 4 Page: 56: 30 30 DAWSON George 35 M W Farmer --- 1000 GA; -- Annie 34 F W Keeping house AL; -- Amoret 11 F W GA; -- George 9 M W GA; -- Elizabeth 4 F W AL; -- Sankey 2 F W AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote; Series: T9 Roll: 4 Page: 298: --- 237 DAWSON George W. W M 45 M Farmer GA GA GA; -- Annie W F 45 Wife Keeps house AL GA GA; -- Amoret W F 20 Dau S At home AL GA AL; -- George W M 18 Son S At school AL GA AL; -- Sankie [sic] W F 11 Dau At school AL GA AL; -- Mattie W F 9 Dau At school AL GA AL; -- Sousan [sic] W F 4 Dau AL GA AL; -- Maggie W F 2 Dau AL GA AL.

George died 4/26/1886. "Mrs. Annie DAWSON" is a widowed head of household in Bullock County, Alabama in 1900.


General Notes: Wife - Ann John SANKEY

Ann J. SANKEY and George William DAWSON had nine children, so indicated on the 1900 and 1910 censuses. By 1900, only four were living. By 1910, only 2 are shown to be living.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote; Series: T623 Roll: 4 Page: 162: 11 11 DAWSON Mrs. Annie Head W F Nov 1835 64 Wd - 9 4 AL GA GA Seamstress; -- DAWSON Sankey Dau W F Feb 1868 32 S AL GA AL Seamstress; -- DAWSON Susie Dau W F Oct 1875 24 S AL GA AL Teacher; -- DAWSON Madge Dau W F June 1878 21 S AL GA AL Teacher.

In 1910, Annie S. DAWSON, age 74, and her daughter Annie Sankey, 42, reside in the home of her daughter Margarite McDANIEL, 31, and family.
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John DAWSON




Husband John DAWSON 1761

         Born: Cir 1635 - Sutterby, Lincoln County, England 1761
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1 M George DAWSON 1760

         Born: Cir 1760 - Lincoln County, England 1761
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         Marr: Abt 1782 - North Carolina 1760



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Brent Hendron WALKER and Leslie DAWSON




Husband Brent Hendron WALKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Harold Jarrett WALKER
       Mother: Martha Ann YEAGER


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Wife Leslie DAWSON (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Jarrett Elizabeth WALKER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Caroline Brooks WALKER (details suppressed for this person)

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Everett Sultan McDANIEL and Margarite Stephens DAWSON




Husband Everett Sultan McDANIEL 4085

         Born: Abt 1883 - Georgia 4085
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     Marriage: Abt 1903



Wife Margarite Stephens DAWSON 4085

          AKA: Madge DAWSON,4083 Maggie DAWSON 4086
         Born: June 1878 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4086
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       Father: Capt. George William DAWSON, C.S.A. (1835-1886) 1301,2863
       Mother: Ann John SANKEY (1835-1910) 1384,2864




Children
1 M Everett S. McDANIEL, Jr. 4085

         Born: Abt 1904 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4085
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2 M George D. McDANIEL 4085

         Born: Abt 1906 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4085
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3 F Mary Sankey McDANIEL 4085

         Born: 1 September 1909 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4085
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4 F Margarite Blair McDANIEL 4085

         Born: 1 September 1909 - Bulloch County, Alabama 4085
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General Notes: Husband - Everett Sultan McDANIEL

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Ward 5, Union Springs; Series: T624 Roll: 3 Page: 108: 473 523 McDANIEL Everett S. Head M W 27 M1 GA GA GA Agent Railroad freight office; -- Margarite D. Wife F W 31 M1 AL GA GA; -- Everett S. Son M W 6 S AL GA AL; -- George D. Son M W 4 S AL GA AL; -- Mary S. Dau F W 7/12 S AL GA AL; Twins; -- Margarite B. Dau F W 7/12 S AL GA AL; DAWSON Annie S. Mother-in-law F W 74 Wd - 9 2 GA GA GA; -- Annie S. Sister-in-law F W 42 S AL GA GA

See: http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p16.htm


General Notes: Wife - Margarite Stephens DAWSON

Named as "Maggie" in the 1880 census.

See: http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p16.htm
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McGOUGH and Mary E. DAWSON




Husband McGOUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary E. DAWSON 1301

         Born: 8 September 1831 - Columbia County, Georgia 1301
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       Father: Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. (1809-1873) 1301,1302,1303
       Mother: Ann BLAIR (1811-1842) 1301




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Crawford Brigges GRIFFITHS and Susan Amaret DAWSON




Husband Crawford Brigges GRIFFITHS 3721

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 September 1867 3721
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1867



Wife Susan Amaret DAWSON 3721

         Born: 17 December 1849 - Russell County, Alabama 3721
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Curran DAWSON (1818-1893) 3724
       Mother: Martha M. COLBERT (1824-1876) 3721




Children
1 M Crawford Brigges GRIFFITHS II 3721

         Born: 27 September 1867 3721
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Crawford Brigges GRIFFITHS

"of Alabama."


General Notes: Wife - Susan Amaret DAWSON

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Glenville; Series: T9 Roll: 30 Page: 633:
199 DAWSON W. C. W M 60 [Blank] [Blank] - GA GA GA;
GRIFFUTH [sic] Mrs S. W F 28 [Blank] Wd GA GA GA;
-- C. B. W M 12 Son - AL GA GA.

Susan GRIFFITH's brother, Thomas Colbert DAWSON, was killed on 11 Dec 1890 as the result of a sordid situation between the DAWSON and HOWARD families. Testimony from the trial of Ricahrd and Robert HOWARD and James BICKERSTAFF accused Mrs GRIFFITH of contributing to the marital difficulties between Thomas and his wife Ruth HOWARD. In the initial story of the killing of Thomas Colbert DAWSON, the Columbus Daily Advertiser was this snippet: "As soon as DAWSON fell a lady dressed in black moved swiftly across the track, and proceeded to the point where he lay dying. 'Show me the man who did this,' she said, according to the statement of a gentleman who was present. 'By God, I am the man that shot him and you caused it all,' exclaimed HOWARD*. When HOWARD said this, the lady stooped and picked up DAWSON's pistol, which lay at his side, and made an effort to use it. A gentleman standing by caught her arm, and the dangerous weapon was taken from her. The lady calmly turned her attention to Mr. DAWSON, and without a quiver of emotion gently fanned his face until the last breath left his body. This lady was Mrs. Sue GRIFFITH, of Glennville, a sister of Mr. DAWSON." [*Richard HOWARD from the context of the article. RLD]

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Americus Columbus MITCHELL, Jr. and Susie Snider DAWSON




Husband Americus Columbus MITCHELL, Jr. 193

         Born: 18 July 1850 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 1902 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Fairview Cemetery, Barbour County, Alabama


       Father: Capt. Americus Columbus MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1891) 1092,1380
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BILLINGSLEA (1823-1895) 1092,1380


     Marriage: 23 October 1873 - Russell County, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Annie SNYDER - After 1878

 Other Spouse: Lillie DREWRY 2789 - 11 September 1890 - Barbour County, Alabama



Wife Susie Snider DAWSON 1301,1302

         Born: 28 April 1852 - Alabama 1301,4087
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 January 1878 - Russell County, Alabama 4087
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 4087


       Father: Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. (1809-1873) 1301,1302,1303
       Mother: Anna M. SNIDER (1827-1893) 1301,1302,1303




Children
1 F Susie Dawson MITCHELL

         Born: 1874 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 August 1874 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama



2 F Merrie Susie MITCHELL 4088

         Born: April 1876 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 February 1878 - Russell County, Alabama 4088
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 4088




General Notes: Husband - Americus Columbus MITCHELL, Jr.

A.C. MITCHELL, Jr. was named in unattributed notes from the GA Dept of Archives + History, Atlanta Georgia, which were received as the result of an inquiry to the AZ Archives. The notes were received by the AZ Archives in Jan 1986.

"Americus C. Mitchell......Glenville, Ala." is listed in the Sophomore Class of 1868 in the Appendix of History of the University of North Carolina, by Kemp P. Battle, p. 819, Edwards & Broughton Printing Company, Raleigh, N. C.

A. C. Mitchell married Lillie Drewery on 11 September 1890 in Barbour County, Alabama.

In 1910, A. C.'s third wife, Lillie DREWRY is named as Lillie D. MITCHELL, 44, Widow, living in the home of her widowed sister, Stella GUICE in Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama.

Listed in Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama:
MITCHELL, Americus C.
1850 - 1902
MITCHELL, Lillie D.
1865 -1938[?]
[Cemetery Records, Barbour County, Alabama, Volume II, Genealogical Society of the Church of Latter Day Saints, August 12, 1966]


General Notes: Wife - Susie Snider DAWSON

30 March 1878: SUSIE DAWSON MITCHELL died Glenville, Ala., Jan. 6, 1878 aged 24 years; youngest dau of Dr. Thomas H. DAWSON; married Americus C. MITCHELL, Jr., Oct. 23, 1873. Their child, Merrie Susie MITCHELL died Feb. 1, 1878 aged 22 months. One other daughter predeceased her mother. (DEATH NOTICES FROM THE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, NASHVILLE TENNESSEE 1877-1879, by Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 2000, p. 43, http://www.tngenweb.org/records/davidson/nca/nca6-04.htm)

A picture of Susie's headstone in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama, on Find A Grave Memorial# 15028290 created by Liz on Jul 24, 2006, shows:

SUSIE DAWSON MITCHELL
WIFE OF
AMERICUS C. MITCHELL, JR.
BORN APRIL 28, 1852
DIED JANY. 6, 1878
"BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN
HEART, FOR THEY SHALL SEE
GOD"


Notes: Marriage

FamilySearch.org: Batch No: M593422 Dates: 1863 - 1886 Source Call No: 1287157 Film.
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General Thomas DAWSON, War of 1812 and Susannah H. ROGERS




Husband General Thomas DAWSON, War of 1812 1762

         Born: 25 January 1784 - Greene County, Georgia 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 February 1846 - Greene County, Georgia 1762
       Buried: 


       Father: George DAWSON (Cir 1760-      ) 1760
       Mother: Ruth --?-- (Cir 1762-      ) 1760


     Marriage: 1 December 1803 1762



Wife Susannah H. ROGERS 1762

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 October 1864 1762
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Leonore Boykin DAWSON 1762

         Born: 7 October 1805 - Greene County, Georgia 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M George Ashley DAWSON 4089

         Born: 12 August 1807 - Greene County, Georgia 4089
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 March 1871 1761
       Buried: 



3 M Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. 1301,1302,1303

         Born: 8 April 1809 - Greene County, Georgia 1302,2860
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1873 - Russell County, Alabama 2861
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 2862
       Spouse: Ann BLAIR 1301
         Marr: 23 February 1830 - Warren County, Georgia 1301
       Spouse: Martha A. HARDWICK 1301
         Marr: 26 July 1843 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1301
       Spouse: Anna M. SNIDER 1301,1302,1303
         Marr: 26 September 1849 1301


4 M John Rogers DAWSON 1301

         Born: 20 December 1810 - Greene County, Georgia 1301
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 March 1871 1761
       Buried: 



5 M James Cosby DAWSON 4089

         Born: 27 October 1812 - Greene County, Georgia 4089
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 March 1871 1761
       Buried: 



6 F Anne Winefred DAWSON 4089

         Born: 19 April 1814 - Greene County, Georgia 4089
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 M Reuben Josiah DAWSON 3724

         Born: 21 April 1816 - Greene County, Georgia 3724
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 M William Curran DAWSON 3724

         Born: 17 September 1818 - Greene County, Georgia 3724
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 June 1893
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama
       Spouse: Martha M. COLBERT 3721
         Marr: 1873 3724



General Notes: Husband - General Thomas DAWSON, War of 1812

General Thomas DAWSON married Susan ROGERS, daughter of John ROGERS of North Carolina. Their children were: George A., Thomas Henry, John Rogers, James Crosby, Reuben Joseph, George [two Georges?], and William Curran DAWSON.
s. Reuben
s. John (One John Dawson 1754-0000 m. Miss Atherton and had sons Levi, John and William Johnson
s. George
s. William C. b. 1798 Gov. Georgia, US Senator, Dawson Co GA names for him
[http://www.txgenweb6.org/txnavarro/biographies/d/dawson.htm]

General Thomas DAWSON (January 25, 1784 \endash February 26, 1846) represented Greene County, Georgia in the state legislature. He served as Captain in the War of 1812 and as Major under General Adams in the Creek War.
He was the first white child born in Greene County after it was formed. His parents were George DAWSON and Ruth SKIDMORE. His eight children included William Curran DAWSON. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Dawson_%28soldier%29]
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Thomas Colbert DAWSON and Ruth A. HOWARD




Husband Thomas Colbert DAWSON 3721

         Born: 23 July 1847 - Russell County, Alabama 3721
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 November 1890 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama


       Father: William Curran DAWSON (1818-1893) 3724
       Mother: Martha M. COLBERT (1824-1876) 3721


     Marriage: 18 April 1889 - Muscogee County, Georgia



Wife Ruth A. HOWARD 3729,3730

          AKA: Antionette HOWARD 4090
         Born: October 1852 - Alabama 3729
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Augustus HOWARD (1806-1867) 2759
       Mother: Ann Jane LINDSAY (1826-      ) 2759




Children
1 M DAWSON

         Born: After 18 April 1889 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 11 December 1890 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Colbert DAWSON

"Thomas Colbert Dawson was shot dead at a horse race in Columbus, 1890." ["Old Glennville: An Early Center of east Alabama Culture" printed in the Alabama Review Oct, 1858 - page 264, footnote #17, David Leon Wilson, 31 May 2009]

Robert HOWARD, Richard HOWARD, and James BICKERSTAFF were tried in Muscogee County, Georgia, for the murder of Thomas Colbert DAWSON. The Columbus Daily Enquirer published numerous accounts of the attack and subsequent trial activity which extended for over a year.
Prosecution witnesses testified that on 11 November 1890, Robert HOWARD began the attack by stabbing an eight inch Bowie knife in Thomas' shoulder from behind, slicing through his clavicle and an artery after he drove in a gentlemen's roadster sulky race at the Columbus, Georgia Exposition grounds. All three men then fired up to 16 pistol shots at Thomas as he tried to escape, hitting him three times, in the leg, hip, and shoulder. The coroner ruled that Thomas died because of the stab wound, not the pistol shots. Col. Alto V. LEE gave the opening speech for the prosecution including comments that "the HOWARDs had well armed themselves, and went to the grounds together. This was a conspiracy. We don't have to prove that the men got together and talked over the matter. Robert HOWARD, just back from Ohio; Richard HOWARD already here, and BICKERSTAFF coming from Alabama are found all together, completely armed."; that "no evidence showed DAWSON to be a seducer"; and that "when Richard HOWARD finally discovers his sister's precarious condition, and she told him of the married man who betrayed her. We don't know who this person was. Richard went to Ruth the second and third time. She gave the same name of a married man. That didn't satisfy Richard. As soon as she told him it was Colbert DAWSON that satisfied him. He said, "Yes, that's the man. I'll make him marry her."; subsequently they married on 18 April 1889 and a child was born and "The child dies and I don't know how it died. They charged DAWSON and his sister Sue of murdering it. After the birth of the child DAWSON refused to live longer with his wife. He had heard the story of the married man in Columbus. Richard HOWARD goes to him, denies the story, and says 'You must live with Ruth. If you don't your head is mine.' Dawson said he couldn't do it. They didn't kill him there. DAWSON left Ruth."
The State's witnesses against the trio supported the basic scenario of the stabbing and the shooting and that the HOWARDs and BICKERSTAFF had conspired to kill Thomas. James BICKERSTAFF fired the last two shots at Thomas while he was slumping to the ground, hitting him once in the hip.
"Judge McNEILL [a defense counsel] gave an outline of what the defense intended to prove: The defense did not deny the killing, but did deny being guilty of murder, manslaughter or any crime whatever. He said the testimony of the defense would explain the inconsistency in the testimony of the state. He said the defense intended to show that DAWSON fired the first shot and had a pistol in his hand when he passed under the railing, and that what the defendants did was justifiable and in self-defense; that DAWSON had two pistols at the time of the difficulty and fired at BICKERSTAFF before BICKERSTAFF fired at him; that the defendants did what any other honorable men would have done under the same circumstances."
Col. J. H. WORRILL began his argument for the defense including the comment "The State charges murder. The defendants say they are not guilty. A man can kill another with all venom and malice in his heart and yet not be guilty of murder. The defendants say this was not an unlawful killing. They say, first, they took DAWSON's life to save their own life; and, second. that he betrayed their sister. They say you should convict the defendants because they went down to the exposition with pistols and a knife. When DAWSON comes armed to the teeth, they say nothing of a violation of the law. Why? Because they were employed to prosecute these defendants."
Defense witnesses testified that DAWSON had seduced Ruth HOWARD, sister of Robert and Richard, that after being confronted, he had married her in Glennville, Alabama, but did not stay with her after the child was born. Robert had engaged an attorney, Hon. G. L. COMER, to prosecuted DAWSON in Alabama court for alimony for having deserted his sister, said to be the the motive for Thomas to want to kill the HOWARD brothers, and that DAWSON had returned to Columbus from Alabama intending to kill the HOWARD brothers.
Much conflicting testimony was presented and covered in the newspaper articles. In the end, on 19 November 1891, the jury found Robert and Richard HOWARD and their brother-in-law James BICKERSTAFF not guilty.

Some other quotes of genealogical interest and reason for hard feelings between the men as printed in the Columbus Daily Enquirer in various articles as the trial progressed:
"For the prosecution: Solicitor-General A. A. CARSON, W. J. SAMFORD of Opelika, Alto V. LEE of Clayton, L. G. COMER of Eufaula, THORNTON & McMICHAEL and W. B. BUTT."
"For the Defence [sic]: Mark A. BLANDFORD, McNEILL & LEVY, I. F. GARRARD, Thomas W. GRIMES, J. J. ABERCROMBE of Opelika, John G. SMITH, and MARTIN & WORRILL.
"Maj. W. C. DAWSON, of Eufaula, his daughters, Mrs, GRIFFITH, of Eufaula, and Mrs. GRAVES and Mrs. Tyler HOWARD of Glennville...came in..."
"Mr. W. C. [William Curran] DAWSON, father of the deceased DAWSON, is a constant attendant at the trial, and a quiet, attentive observer of the proceedings."
"Mr. C. C. HOWARD, Mr. O. T. HOWARD and Major Chess HOWARD, of Howard, Ga.; Mr. R. E. LINDSEY and Mr. and Mrs. John T. RUTLEDGE, of Seale, Ala., all relatives of the defendants, are attending the trial."
James BICKERSTAFF testified: "I am a brother-in-law of Richard and Robert HOWARD. I married their sister fifteen years ago."
Mr. Richard LINDSEY of Seale [Alabama] testified for the defense: "I know both Robert and Richard HOWARD. They are my cousins. I knew DAWSON, and he lived in ten miles of me. Richard HOWARD's half brother married DAWSON's sister. They lived at Glennville, Ala. The families were intimate, and were in the habit of visiting. I knew Miss Ruth HOWARD. She was a sister of Richard and a half sister of Robert HOWARD. She and Colbert DAWSON were married, but not living together. I think they had been separated for about four months at the time of the tragedy. DAWSON and Miss HOWARD were married in the spring of 1890. I think they separated that year."
"Judge McNEILL [a defense counsel] said they wanted to show that Ruth HOWARD had been a frequent visitor at the house where DAWSON was living. That he betrayed her under his own roof and that after this occurred he acknowledged the fact to Mrs. GATEWOOD. That after that DAWSON married Ruth HOWARD, but they soon separated and in some way their child was destroyed. 'We wish to show that the betrayal occurred in Alabama, and further that these facts had been communicated to Robert HOWARD but forty-eight hours before the difficulty occurred, and that DAWSON came here for the purpose of killing the HOWARDS.'"
Mrs. Julia GATEWOOD testified: "I am a sister to to Robert and Richard HOWARD, and a sister-in-law to Mr. James BICKERSTAFF. I knew Mr. Colbert DAWSON and his family. One of my brothers married a DAWSON. Immediately after the marriage, he lived in Russell County. My brother is not living. His widow lives in Glennville, Ala. For four years I have been living in Montgomery, Ala.; prior to that time I had lived in Glennville. The families had been on the most pleasant terms for years prior to the trouble. Ruth HOWARD was a frequent visitor to the home where DAWSON lived in Glennville."
In the initial story of the killing of Thomas Colbert DAWSON, the Columbus Daily Advertiser was this snippet: "As soon as DAWSON fell a lady dressed in black moved swiftly across the track, and proceeded to the point where he lay dying. 'Show me the man who did this,' she said, according to the statement of a gentleman who was present. 'By God, I am the man that shot him and you caused it all,' exclaimed HOWARD*. When HOWARD said this the lady stooped and picked up DAWSON's pistol, which lay at his side, and made an effort to use it. A gentleman standing by caught her arm, and the dangerous weapon was taken from her. The lady calmly turned her attention to Mr. DAWSON, and without a quiver of emotion gently fanned his face until the last breath left his body. This lady was Mrs. Sue GRIFFITH, of Glennville, a sister of Mr. DAWSON." [*Richard HOWARD from the context of the article. RLD]

Thomas Colbert DAWSON is buried in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of his grave marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 15017997 created by Liz on Jul 23, 2006. The marker is overgrown and needs to be tended. What is legible in the picture is:

_____ DAW
__ ___Y 23, 1847
_OV. 11, 1890

The memorial lists Thomas' birth on Jul. 23, 1847 and his death on Nov. 11, 1890.


General Notes: Wife - Ruth A. HOWARD

Ruth HOWARD is first named as "Antionette", age 6, in the 1860 census of Russell County, Alabama. In 1870 and 1880 she is named as Ruth HOWARD, 16 and 24, and in 1900 as Ruth DAWSON, 47, widowed, one child, deceased.

Ruth HOWARD married Thomas Colbert DAWSON. She was pregnant at the time. The father may or may not have been Thomas Colbert. Ruth had first told her brother Richard on three occasions the name of a married man as the person who "betrayed" her. Richard would not accept the name of a married man and Ruth then named Thomas Colbert, who was single, as the father. Richard threatened to kill Thomas if he did not marry Ruth. They married on 18 April 1889. Her child was born and died soon after the marriage. Thomas left Ruth after her child was born and refused to live with her. It was about that time that he heard the story that a married man was the baby's father. On 11 Dec 1890 Richard HOWARD, his brother Robert, and brother-in-law James BICKERSTAFF killed Thomas Colbert DAWSON in Columbus, Georgia and were accused of murder and conspiring to murder him. After a year of prosecution efforts and conflicting testimony, they were found not guilty by the jury. [This information is gleaned from the Columbus Daily Enquirer, 15 November 1891, article entitled "The Evidence All In."]

Mr. Richard LINDSEY of Seale [Alabama] testified for the defense: "I know both Robert and Richard HOWARD. They are my cousins. I knew DAWSON, and he lived in ten miles of me. Richard HOWARD's half brother married DAWSON's sister. They lived at Glennville, Ala. The families were intimate, and were in the habit of visiting. I knew Miss Ruth HOWARD. She was a sister of Richard and a half sister of Robert HOWARD. She and Colbert DAWSON were married, but not living together. I think they had been separated for about four months at the time of the tragedy. DAWSON and Miss HOWARD were married in the spring of 1890. I think they separated that year." [Testimony from the trial of Richard and Robert HOWARD and James BICKERSTAFF for the murder of Thomas Colbert DAWSON as reported in the Columbus Daily Enquirer. RLD]

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Nance; Series: T623 Roll: 214 Page: 32:
157 166 HOWARD Anne Head W F Oct 1826 73 - - - Wd NC NC NC;
DAWSON Ruth Dau W F Oct 1852 47 Wd - 1 0 AL GA NC;
HOWARD Augusta Dau W F May 1865 35 S AL GA NC Money order clerk PO;
MAXWELL John S-in-law W M Un Un UN 44 Wd AL GA GA Salesman Groceries;
-- Jane GrDau W F Aug 1896 3 S GA AL AL;
-- Claude H. GrDau W F Mch 1898 2 S GA AL AL.


Notes: Marriage

Thomas C. DAWSON married Ruth A. HOWARD on 18 Apr 1889 in Muscogee County, Georgia. [Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967: FamilySearch. org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M71344-5, System Origin: Georgia-EASy, Source Film Number: 401848.]
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Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. and Martha A. HARDWICK




Husband Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. 1301,1302,1303

         Born: 8 April 1809 - Greene County, Georgia 1302,2860
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1873 - Russell County, Alabama 2861
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 2862


       Father: General Thomas DAWSON, War of 1812 (1784-1846) 1762
       Mother: Susannah H. ROGERS (      -1864) 1762


     Marriage: 26 July 1843 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1301

 Other Spouse: Ann BLAIR 1301 - 23 February 1830 - Warren County, Georgia 1301

 Other Spouse: Anna M. SNIDER 1301,1302,1303 - 26 September 1849 1301



Wife Martha A. HARDWICK 1301

         Born: 11 September 1821 1301
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 December 1847 1301
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Henry H. DAWSON 1301

         Born: 27 April 1844 - Columbia County, Georgia 1301
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Julia C. DAWSON

         Born: Abt 1847 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D.

Thomas DAWSON, Jr, married Ann BLAIR in Warren County, Georgia on 23 February 1830. [http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/warren/vitals/marriages/marriages1800.txt]

Thomas H. Dawson, Green J. Dozier, and John W. Dozier witnessed the 12 October 1839 Will of Patrick Dougherty in Columbia County, Georgia. The Will was recorded 2 May 1843.

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Columbia County, District 5:
Thomas H. Dawson 1 male under 5 (George William); 1 male 5-10 (Hugh Blair); 1 male 30-40 (Thomas Henry); 1 female 5-10 (Mary Elizabeth); 2 females, 20-30 (Ann Blair and unknown);and four slaves. Ann died 23 Jun 1842. [http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p5.htm#i158]

Dr. Thomas H. DAWSON married Martha A. HARDWICK on 26 July 1843 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.[http://www.txgenweb6.org/txnavarro/biographies/d/dawson.htm]

From the censuses, it appears that Thomas and Martha had a son Henry H., born abt 1844, and a daughter "Julia C.", born about 1847. Martha died 20 December 1847. In 1850, Thomas and his new bride,, Anna M. SNIDER, are in Russell County, Alabama, but Henry H.DAWSON, age 5, and Julia C., age 3, resides with their Aunt Julia C. HARDWICK and her husband, Thomas W. MILLER, in Richmond County, Georgia. Martha may have died giving birth to Julia or soon thereafter and her sister is caring for the youngsters. [Series: M432 Roll: 81 Page: 444]

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County; Series: M432 Roll: 14 Page 135 Sheet 67: 932 932 Thomas DAWSON 41 M Physician 11,000 GA; Amlia DAWSON 22 F GA. [Amlia here appears to be Anna M. SNIDER who married Dr. Thomas Henry DAWSON on 26 Sep 1849. RLD]

Thomas H. DAWSON was named as executor of his brother John R. DAWSON's estate in 1852. Witnesses to John's Will dated 17 August 1852, proed 12 November 1852, were Joseph B. HILL, Thadeus G. HOLT, and Thomas M. WATT. [Muscogee Co., GA Abstracted Wills, Muscogee Co. Will Book "A" (1838 1862), p. 137 139, http://www.genforum.familytreemaker.com/ga/muscogee/messages/369.html]

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee P O; Series: M653 Roll: 22 Page: 906: 331 337 Thomas H. DAWSON 50 M Farmer 21,000 250,000 GA; Hanah(?) DAWSON 30 F House Keeper GA; Henry H. DAWSON 16 M Farmer GA; Ann T.[*] DAWSON 10 F AL; Susan DAWSON 8 F AL; [next page] Emma DAWSON**] 14 F GA; Susan C. CAREY(?) 39 F School Teach MA. [*"Ann T."as indexed at FamilySearch.org] [**"Emma" may be Thomas' daughter "Julia C." from the 1850 census, brother and sister returned to their father's home?]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Glennville; Series: M593 Roll: 38 Page: 203: 274 284 DAWSON Thos H. 61 M W Physician 11,500 2000 GA; -- Anna M. 40 F W GA; -- Susie 16 F W AL; -- Elinor F. 13 F W GA (Not in the 1860 census?)

Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON is buried beside his third wife and widow, in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 15017858 created by Liz on Jul 23, 2006 lists his birth on Apr. 8, 1809 and his death on Jun. 19, 1873. A picture of Rev. Thomas' headstone is on his wife's Memorial# 15017870:

REV. THOS H. DAWSON, M. D.
BORN APRIL 8, 1803
DIED JUNE 19, 1873
MARK THE PERFET MAN
AND BEHOLD THE UPRIGHT
FOR THE END OF THAT MAN
IS PEACE.

Obituary: Oct. 25, 1873: "Rev. THOMAS H. DAWSON born Greene Co., Ga.; died June 18, 1873 in his 64th year" [GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS, THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1861; 1872-1873, By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith]


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Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. and Anna M. SNIDER




Husband Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D. 1301,1302,1303

         Born: 8 April 1809 - Greene County, Georgia 1302,2860
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1873 - Russell County, Alabama 2861
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 2862


       Father: General Thomas DAWSON, War of 1812 (1784-1846) 1762
       Mother: Susannah H. ROGERS (      -1864) 1762


     Marriage: 26 September 1849 1301

 Other Spouse: Ann BLAIR 1301 - 23 February 1830 - Warren County, Georgia 1301

 Other Spouse: Martha A. HARDWICK 1301 - 26 July 1843 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1301



Wife Anna M. SNIDER 1301,1302,1303

         Born: 18 September 1827 - Georgia 1301,1302
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 October 1893
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama


       Father: Benjamin SNIDER (Abt 1802-Between 1850/1860) 1301
       Mother: Margaret T. --?-- (Abt 1805-After 1860) 1301




Children
1 F Annie Tommie DAWSON 603

         Born: 21 July 1851 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1384,4081
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 May 1920 - Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia
       Spouse: Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL 1384,2386
         Marr: 28 April 1868 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1384


2 F Susie Snider DAWSON 1301,1302

         Born: 28 April 1852 - Alabama 1301,4087
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 January 1878 - Russell County, Alabama 4087
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 4087
       Spouse: Americus Columbus MITCHELL, Jr. 193
         Marr: 23 October 1873 - Russell County, Alabama



General Notes: Husband - Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D.

Thomas DAWSON, Jr, married Ann BLAIR in Warren County, Georgia on 23 February 1830. [http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/warren/vitals/marriages/marriages1800.txt]

Thomas H. Dawson, Green J. Dozier, and John W. Dozier witnessed the 12 October 1839 Will of Patrick Dougherty in Columbia County, Georgia. The Will was recorded 2 May 1843.

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Columbia County, District 5:
Thomas H. Dawson 1 male under 5 (George William); 1 male 5-10 (Hugh Blair); 1 male 30-40 (Thomas Henry); 1 female 5-10 (Mary Elizabeth); 2 females, 20-30 (Ann Blair and unknown);and four slaves. Ann died 23 Jun 1842. [http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p5.htm#i158]

Dr. Thomas H. DAWSON married Martha A. HARDWICK on 26 July 1843 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.[http://www.txgenweb6.org/txnavarro/biographies/d/dawson.htm]

From the censuses, it appears that Thomas and Martha had a son Henry H., born abt 1844, and a daughter "Julia C.", born about 1847. Martha died 20 December 1847. In 1850, Thomas and his new bride,, Anna M. SNIDER, are in Russell County, Alabama, but Henry H.DAWSON, age 5, and Julia C., age 3, resides with their Aunt Julia C. HARDWICK and her husband, Thomas W. MILLER, in Richmond County, Georgia. Martha may have died giving birth to Julia or soon thereafter and her sister is caring for the youngsters. [Series: M432 Roll: 81 Page: 444]

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County; Series: M432 Roll: 14 Page 135 Sheet 67: 932 932 Thomas DAWSON 41 M Physician 11,000 GA; Amlia DAWSON 22 F GA. [Amlia here appears to be Anna M. SNIDER who married Dr. Thomas Henry DAWSON on 26 Sep 1849. RLD]

Thomas H. DAWSON was named as executor of his brother John R. DAWSON's estate in 1852. Witnesses to John's Will dated 17 August 1852, proed 12 November 1852, were Joseph B. HILL, Thadeus G. HOLT, and Thomas M. WATT. [Muscogee Co., GA Abstracted Wills, Muscogee Co. Will Book "A" (1838 1862), p. 137 139, http://www.genforum.familytreemaker.com/ga/muscogee/messages/369.html]

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee P O; Series: M653 Roll: 22 Page: 906: 331 337 Thomas H. DAWSON 50 M Farmer 21,000 250,000 GA; Hanah(?) DAWSON 30 F House Keeper GA; Henry H. DAWSON 16 M Farmer GA; Ann T.[*] DAWSON 10 F AL; Susan DAWSON 8 F AL; [next page] Emma DAWSON**] 14 F GA; Susan C. CAREY(?) 39 F School Teach MA. [*"Ann T."as indexed at FamilySearch.org] [**"Emma" may be Thomas' daughter "Julia C." from the 1850 census, brother and sister returned to their father's home?]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Glennville; Series: M593 Roll: 38 Page: 203: 274 284 DAWSON Thos H. 61 M W Physician 11,500 2000 GA; -- Anna M. 40 F W GA; -- Susie 16 F W AL; -- Elinor F. 13 F W GA (Not in the 1860 census?)

Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON is buried beside his third wife and widow, in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 15017858 created by Liz on Jul 23, 2006 lists his birth on Apr. 8, 1809 and his death on Jun. 19, 1873. A picture of Rev. Thomas' headstone is on his wife's Memorial# 15017870:

REV. THOS H. DAWSON, M. D.
BORN APRIL 8, 1803
DIED JUNE 19, 1873
MARK THE PERFET MAN
AND BEHOLD THE UPRIGHT
FOR THE END OF THAT MAN
IS PEACE.

Obituary: Oct. 25, 1873: "Rev. THOMAS H. DAWSON born Greene Co., Ga.; died June 18, 1873 in his 64th year" [GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS, THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1861; 1872-1873, By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith]


General Notes: Wife - Anna M. SNIDER

Annie DAWSON is buried by her husband , Rev. Thomas Henry DAWSON, M.D., in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 15017870 created by Liz on Jul 23, 2006:

ANNIE
WIFE OF
THOS. H. DAWSON
SEPT. 18, 1827
OCT. 16, 1893
REUNITED IN HEAVEN

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N. Edward HIMLEY and Anne Durosoe DAY




Husband N. Edward HIMLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Anne Durosoe DAY

         Born: 12 August 1918 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 21 May 2003 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Pierce Butler DAY, Jr. (1891-1976)
       Mother: Lura MIMS (1891-1953) 1982




Children
1 F Katherine HIMLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M James Edward HIMLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Anne Durosoe DAY

"Mrs, N. E. Himley, Park Forest, Ill." is named as a surviving daughter in the May 1976 obituary of Pierce Butler Day, Jr.

"sister, Mrs. Annie Himby [sic], Park Forest, Ill." is named as a survivor in the 1979 obituary of Mrs. Wallace W. (Martha Day) Steadman.

Obituary: Edgefield, S.C. - Mrs. Anne Day Himley, 84, of Stonehenge Circle, died Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at Edgefield Hospital. Mrs. Himley was the wife of the late N. Edward Himley and the daughter of the late P. B. and Lura Mims Day. She was a native of Trenton and resided in Edgefield for the last 23 years. She was a member of Edgefield United Methodist Church. Survivors include one daughter, Katherine H. Dunlap; Carrollton; one son, James Edward Himley, Edgefield; one brother, Pierce B. Day, Jr., Woodstock; four grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and great-nephews. Mrs. Himley is predeceased by two sisters, Elizabeth Butler and Martha Steadman. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at May 25, 2003 at the Edgefield United Methodist Church and the family will receive friends at a reception at the church following the service.

Find A Grave Memorial# 90014213 records Anne's burial in the Himley plot, Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina. The memorial lists her birth on 12 August 1918 in Trenton, Edgefield County, South Carolina, and her death on 21 May 2003 in Edgefield, Edgefield County, South Carolina.

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Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq. and Jane DAY




Husband Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq. 617

         Born:  - Surry County, England 621
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         Died: 21 April 1701 - Perquimans County, North Carolina 622
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     Marriage: Bef 1 November 1695

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth --?-- 621

 Other Spouse: Julianna HUDSON 622 - 17 May 1696 - Perquimans County, North Carolina 622



Wife Jane DAY 623

          AKA: Jane DEY 4091
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1 F Sarah LAKER 623

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General Notes: Husband - Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq.

"Benjamin LAKER is considered to be one of the First Families of North Carolina, that is he settled in the Province of Carolina ...by 1680 .... deputy to one of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina ... bought land in Perquimans Precinct (Albemarle County, North Carolina) shortly after 1680 ... was a resident of Betchworth Parish, Surry County, England and a member of the family of that name in the vicinity of ... Guildford, Dorking and Reigate .. is known to have been a staunch dissenter ... left England with sufficient funds to begin his life in Carolina as a man of substance ... purchased 400 acres and settled with his wife [Elizabeth] and family of six children to the life of a planter. ... The climate of carolina was difficult for Benjamn's family... his son and oldest daughter died within a short time ...Elizabeth and two other daughters dying later ... Benjamin married a second time, and a third time to Juliana HUDSON TAYLOR.... it would seem that his daughter Lydia LAKER was a daughter of Elizabeth and came to Carloina with her father and mother... Benjamin LAKER made his will April 7, 1701 and died April 8, 1701... specific bequests of books expounding his Baptist faith to his daughter, Sarah HARVEY, and to George BLEIGHTON, the husband of his daughter, Lydia... left his land to his beloved wife, Juliana to be at her disposal and also a Negro girl and a mare. The rest of his property was to be divided equally between his wife and his daughter, Ruth....his wife the executrix of his estate."
[Tidewater Virginia Families, Generations Beyond, Chapter 20, p. 191]

Benjamin LAKER married Elizabeth. They had seven children, four of whom, a son and three daughters, died young. Their surviving children were Sarah, who married first Thomas HARVEY and second Christopher Gale; Lydia, who married first George BLEIGHTON and second Francis CLEMENTS; and Benjamin, who married Juliana and had a daughter Ruth. ["TVF, GB, Chapter 20, The LAKER Family", p. 192.]

All page references to HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY As Compiled from Records Found There and Elsewhere, Mrs. Watson Winslow, Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton Co., 1931.

The Honorable Benjamin LAKER, Esquire, is named among those who served as Lord Deputies to John ARCHDALE, Governor of North Carolina in the 1690s. Others were "Honorable Francis JONES, Benjamin LAKER, Major Samuel SWANN, and Thomas HARVEY, Esquires, Lords Deputies during the incumbency of Archdale." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 11, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 40. Elizabeth HEWS, of Perq precinct, widow, late wife of Wm HEWS dec'd to Thomas HARVEY Esq of same, 700a English Measure. "A Neck of Land" bounded on South by River, on West by a great Swamp, which parteth this land from Richard BENTLEYs, & on East by mouth of Perq River." Ack in Court June 6, 1688. Test' Benj LAKER, Cornelius LEARY, Jonathan ASHFORD, John SPELLMAN, Henderson WALKER."
"No. 46. Cornelius LEARY, of Perq precinct, & Mary his wife, to Benj LAKER of same 200a on the Sound, "on West side of Wm TETTERTONs line." April 22, 1689. Test' John BENTLEY, Edward MAYO Senior. "Samuel PRICKLOVE, Reg of writings."'
"No. 47. John BENTLEY of Perq precinct, "for a sum in hand" pd by Cornelius LEARY of same, sold 200a, being part of Land I live on, in lieu of 200a given him by my father Richard BENTLEY, as a dowry with his wife; which land was sold by my father, to Mr Benj LAKER, whereon he now liveth, fronting on the Sound, adj Land whereon I now live." April 22, 1689. Test' Benj LAKER, Edward MAYO Sen'r." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 41, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"James WARD and Hanah', his wife, relict of Richard STIBALL were granted Execution the estate of said STIBALL. Major Samuel SWANN, Surveyor, for the Province of Carolina, brought suit against Benjamin LAKER for non-payment of his fee, he having surveyed 1500 acres for said LAKER, which was dismissed." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 11, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 100. Wm TETARTON, (son of William, planter Dec'd, & Margaret PEAVALL his mother, Spinster) "doth bind himself an apprentice, to Benj LAKER of Albemarle, precinct of Perq, planter \emdash with Consent of his Natural Mother, Margaret PEAVALL, to serve sd LAKER, & his wife Jane, for the term of 9 years." Reg Nov 1, 1695. Test' William GARDNER." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 45, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 147. N. C. At a Counsel Holden June 6, 1698, at the house of Mrs Elizabeth GODFREY, Present; Hon'ble Thomas HARVEY Esq, Dept Governor; Hon'ble Daniel AKEHURST, Francis TOMS, Major Samuel SWANN, Capt Henderson WALKER, Lords Pro' Dept' "Benj LAKER Esq came before this Board, & conveyed to his dau Ruth LAKER 538a of Land, on the Sound side, adj a Creek that parteth this Land from Edward WILSON," said Land being now in poss' of John WATTS. Wm GLOVER Cleark of Court. [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 49, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 191. Ruth MINGE, of Perq, "Widow, & relict of Mr. James MINGE, late of this precinct dec'd," for £100 pd by John WIATT, of afore' sold 300a on Eastermost side of Bentleys Creek, known as "Mr James Minges quarter plan' "part of Tract" on which I now live, Land granted to my father Benjamin LAKHARE (LAKER)." April 29, 1724. Test' Humphrey PHELTS (PHELPS), Samuel WIATT. [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 83, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"Mr. James MINGE appears for the first time at a Court August 8, 1696, held at the house of James THIGPEN, proving rights for himself, his wife, Ruth (nee LAKER*), and eight negroes for which he secured 1000 acres of land. His land situated in Harveys Neck ran along the bank of what is now called "Minsie" Creek then and later named in deeds as Ming Creek. Richard TURNER proved rights and had 450 acres of land turned over to him for importing himself, wife, Bridget, William BARNSTABLE, Elizabeth TURNER (who married NEWBY), John TURNER and John HOOKS. Edward WILSON was appointed constable "in Room of John DAVENPORT." Among the Justices present only two, James COLE and John STEPNEY, could sign their own names, all the others making marks." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 16, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au] [*Daughter of Benjamin LAKER. RLD]

Will abstract: "LAKARO (or LAKERS), BENJAMIN. Perquimans Precinct. April 7, 1701. July 8, 1701. Wife and Executrix: Juliana (land on Parishes Creek). Daughter: Sarah HARVEY (book, "Grantham's Church Principles"). Friend: George BLEIGHTON ("one book, being an Exposition upon the five books of Moses"). Witnesses: Richard FRENCH, Elizabeth STEWARD, Deborah THURSTON. Clerk of the Court: John STEPNEY." [ABSTRACT OF NORTH CAROLINA WILLS, J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, E. M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers and Binders, 1910.p. 206, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=gra]
North Carolina Wills, Surnames, K-L, p. 294: "[Name] LAKAR, Benjamin [County] 077 [Date] 1701 [Recorded Copy] SS 874.1/8 [Original] SS/AR"

"Benjamin Laker died, Apl 21, 1701, at his house, on Saseltons (Castletons) Creek." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 410, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 134. Julianna LAKERS, of Perq, for "love I bear my Friends Macrora SCARBROUGH & Anna his wife, (my Gr-Dau of afore') Have Given part of tract whereon I now dwell, bounded by "Barn Bridge Swamp," the path to Indian Creek, & Logghousè Land, at the head of Perishaws Creek, a pattent to me April 10, 1704." Seal July 20, 1731. Test' Zachariah NIXON, Thomas WEEKS, Zachariah ELTON." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 106, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 268. April 8, 1758. Benjamin Scarbrough, of Perq, for £60 pd by John White, of afsd, sold 475a, on the head of Perishoes Creek, sd land "patented by Julianna Lakers April 10, 1704, & by her given to Macrora Scarbrough, & by his will given to his son sd Benjamin," July, 1731. Test' John Hubbard, Absalom Alphin." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 174, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 226. Richard SKINNER, "with my wife Sarah," assigns right of pattent, unto Mrs Juliannah LAKERS*. Mar 2, 1724/25. Test' John PETTIVER, Jonathan EVENS, John FALCONER." [Widow of Benjamin LAKER]
No. 227. Richard SKINNER of Perq, Planter for £80 pd by Mrs LAKER of afore' Widow sold 27a, adj John FLOWERS, John SIMPSON, Samuel PHELPS, & Paul PALMER. Mar 2, 1724. Test' John PETTIVER, Jonathan EVENS, John FALCONER.
[HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 87, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"*No. 101. Ruth MING (MINGE) of Perq, Widow, for £70 pd by Col Richard SANDERSON, of same, assigns "right of a Plan" on No East side of Albemarle Sound, & on lower side of Bentleys Creek, commonly called "Gore land" 200a whereon "I now live." Dec 21, 1726. Test' Ralf DOE, Richd LEARY.... *Note: Ruth MINGE (dau of Benj LAKER) widow of James MINGE, m 2d Col Richard SANDERSON." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 103, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 358. John HUBBARD of Perq, Planter-for £40 pd by Luke Sumner, of Chowan, sold 160a on South Side of Perq River, & the head of Lakers Creek, "half of a grt unto Julianna LAKER, April 1, 1718, & given by her, to Benjamin SCARBROUGH, her Gr-son, who sold sd land to sd HUBBARD." Nov 19, 1759. Test' John BRIDGER, William ARRINGTON, Josiah SUMNER" [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 181, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 2. Benjamin SCARBROUGH of Perq, Farmer for £220 pd by Joshua SKINNER, of afsd, Farmer sold two tracts of land, adj each other, "on west side of Castletons Creek, patented by Benjamin LAKER, May 15, 1697, 137a on Deep Branch in the "Patent called Castletons Creek Swamp," land patented by Johanna TAYLOR, (mother of Julianna LAKER) May 15, 1697, who gave sd land to her gr-son Benj SCARBROUGH, & 165a which was given to Macrora SCARBROUGH, July 20, 1731, & was by him bequeathed to his son Benjamin, in his will." Jan 19, 1761. Test' Charles MOORE, Thomas PAINE." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 187, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 67. Jan 25, 1762. Timothy WALTON Esq, of Chowan Co, for £12 s10, pd by Andrew KNOX, of Perq, sold 60a on South Side of Perq River, pt of a tract grt Julianna LAKER, April 1, 1718/19 called "Chinqupin Ridge," binding on lands of Joshua SKINNER, William ARRINGTON, & the desert. Test' Ed Hall, Peter BRETTON. [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 193, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]


General Notes: Wife - Jane DAY

Jane DEY is named as the mother of Sarah LAKER and wife of Benjamin LAKER in The North Carolina booklet, by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt, p. 4. [http://books.google.com/books?id=6zUUAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA4&dq=%22north+carolina%22+%22benjamin+laker%22#v=onepage&q=%22north%20carolina%22%20%22benjamin%20laker%22&f=false]

In the Joseph Crency BRADBURY Bible, "Edmund BLOUNT, son of Charles Worth and Mary Clayton BLOUNT 8/27/1745-2/26/1792 m. 2/26/1765 Mary HOSKINS, daughter of William HOSKINS and Sarah WHEDBEE, daughter of Richard WHEDBEE and 1st wife, Sarah DURANT, who was daughter of John DURANT and Sarah JOOK who m. 4/9/1684. John DURANT was son of George DURANT and Ann HARWOOD who m. 1/4/1658 by Mr. David LINDSEY. Charles Worth BLOUNT 1721-1784 m. Mary CLAYTON 1744, daughter of Henry CLAYTON and Elizabeth Gale, daughter of Christopher GALE and Sarah Laker, daughter of Benjamin LAKER and Jane DAY." [North Carolina - South Carolina Bible Records, Jeannette Holland Austin, 2008, Westminster, Maryland, Heritage Books, Inc. p.491]
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Wallace W. STEADMAN, Jr. and Martha DAY




Husband Wallace W. STEADMAN, Jr.

         Born: 3 July 1922
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Wife Martha DAY

         Born: Abt 1925 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 16 June 1979 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Spring Ridge Cemetery


       Father: Pierce Butler DAY, Jr. (1891-1976)
       Mother: Lura MIMS (1891-1953) 1982




Children
1 M Wallace Wendell STEADMAN III (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Robert Day STEADMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Frances STEADMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Lura STEADMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Wallace W. STEADMAN, Jr.

Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record

Wallace W. Steadman, born Monday, July 3, 1922, died Wednesday, August 17, 1983 at age 61 years, 1 months, 14 days. Last known residence:ws in Virginia. [Social Security Death Index]


General Notes: Wife - Martha DAY

"Mrs. Wallace W. Steadman, Jr., Ridge Springs, S.C." is named as a surviving daughter in the May 1976 obituary of Pierce Butler Day, Jr.

"Martha Steadman." is named as a predeceased sister in the May 2003 obituary of Anne Day Himley.

Obituary: Ridge Spring, S.C. - Mrs. Wallace W. (Martha Day) Steadman, 56, Ridge Spring, died Saturday at a Columbia, S.C. hospital after a short illness. Graveside services will be held 4 p.m. Sunday at the Ridge Spring cemetery with the Rev. Joe Long officiating. Mrs. Steadman was born in Edgefield County, daughter of the late Lura Mims and P. B. Day. Survivors include her husband, Walllace W. Steadman, Jr.; two sons, Wallace Steadman III and Robert Day Steadman, both of North Augusta; two daughters, Mrs. John W. (Francis [sic]) Hare, Saluda, S.C., and Mrs. William R. (Lura) Davis, North Augusta; one brother, Pierce Day, Kennesaw, Ga.; one sister, Mrs. Annie Himby [sic], Park Forest, Ill. [The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, June 17, 1979, Page B8.]

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Martin LEE and Martha DAY




Husband Martin LEE

         Born: 23 May 1798 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
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Wife Martha DAY

         Born: 20 August 1804 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - Martin LEE

"LEE, Martin, b. Edgefield Dist. SC 5-23-1798, 3-9-1856" MOUNT WILLING CEMETERY, Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama Lowndes County Road 45 South Made available to The USGenWeb Archives by Cheryl Harrell - har7548@htcnet.net, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/cemeteries/mtwill.txt)


General Notes: Wife - Martha DAY

"LEE, Martha Day, wife of Martin Lee b. Edgefield Dist. SC 8-20-1804, d. 8-12-1875" MOUNT WILLING CEMETERY, Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama Lowndes County Road 45 South Made available to The USGenWeb Archives by Cheryl Harrell - har7548@htcnet.net, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/cemeteries/mtwill.txt)
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Pierce Butler DAY, Sr. and Ann DUROSOE




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1 M Pierce Butler DAY, Jr.

         Born: 19 February 1891 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: May 1976 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Lura MIMS 1982
         Marr: 2 August 1916 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Katherine MIMS
         Marr: After 6 January 1953



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Pierce Butler DAY, Jr. and Lura MIMS




Husband Pierce Butler DAY, Jr.

         Born: 19 February 1891 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: May 1976 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Pierce Butler DAY, Sr.
       Mother: Ann DUROSOE


     Marriage: 2 August 1916 - Edgefield County, South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Katherine MIMS - After 6 January 1953



Wife Lura MIMS 1982

         Born: April 1891 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1982
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         Died: 6 January 1953 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Father: James Talton MIMS, Sr. (1857-1922) 1982
       Mother: Catherine Julia HILL (1862-1919) 1127,1982




Children
1 F Anne Durosoe DAY

         Born: 12 August 1918 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 21 May 2003 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: N. Edward HIMLEY (living)


2 F Elizabeth DAY

         Born: Abt 1923 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: Bef May 2003
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       Spouse: BUTLER (living)


3 M Pierce Butler DAY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Martha DAY

         Born: Abt 1925 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 16 June 1979 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Spring Ridge Cemetery
       Spouse: Wallace W. STEADMAN, Jr.



General Notes: Husband - Pierce Butler DAY, Jr.

Pierce Day born 19 February 1891, died in May 1976 at age 85. His last residence was in Edgefield, South Carolina 29824. Social Security Number 249-09-7355 was issued in South Carolina. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1QZ-2ZD : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Pierce Day, May 1976; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Find A Grave Memorial# 90426222 records Pierce's burial in Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina, citing "Edgefield County Cemeteries, Vol. I", p. 67. The memorial presents Pierce's obituary:
Edgefield, S.C. - Pierce Butler Day, 85, of 422 Columbia Road died Tuesday at his residence. The funeral will be held at 5:30 p.m. today at Edgefield United Methodist Church, with the Rev. John G. Hipp officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. T. Littleton. Burial will be in Willowbrook Cemetery. Mr. Day, a native of Edgefield County, was a member of the Edgefield United Methodist Church, and a retired farmer. He served as clerk of court for a number of years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Katherine Mims Day; two daughters, Mrs, N. E. Himley, Park Forest, Ill., and Mrs. Wallace W. Steadman, Jr., Ridge Springs, S.C.; and one son, Pierce B. Day, Jr., Marietta, Ga. Pall bearers will be Johnny Hare, Bill Davis, Pierce Butler, Jimmy Butler, Lovick Mims III and Jim Himley. Hollingswoth Funeral Home is in charge.


General Notes: Wife - Lura MIMS

Edgefield. June 24. - Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mims of Edgefield, S. C., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lura, to Mr. Pierce Butler Day. Jr., the marriage to take place August 2d, at the Edgefield Methodist Church. [ The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, June 25, 1916, Page 16]

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Shaw; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 198:
Fm 253 255 DAY P. B. Jr. Head M W 28 SC SC SC Farmer General farm
-- Leora [sic, Lura] M Wife F W 28 SC SC SC
-- Annie Durosose Dau F W 1+5/12 SC SC SC

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/SPC4-WNW : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Lura M Day in household of Pierce B Day, Edgefield, Edgefield, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0011, sheet 3A, family 52, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 2195. District: 0011 , Sheet Number and Letter: 3A , Household ID: 52 , Line Number: 46 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T626 , Affiliate Film Number: 2195 , GS Film number: 2341929 , Digital Folder Number: 004547324 , Image Number: 00983
Pierce B Day Head M 39 SC SC SC
Lura M Day Wife F 38 SC SC SC
Annie D Day Dau F 11 SC SC SC
Martha M Day Dau F 7 SC SC SC
Elizabeth H Day Dau F 5 SC SC SC
Sophie H Minis [sic, Mims (sister)] Boarder F 41 SC SC SC
Margaret McGirt Boarder F 25 SC SC SC

In 1940, Lura appears to have been listed twice, once at work and with her family:
1. "United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K4DS-S52 : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Lura M Day, Edgefield, Pickens Township, Edgefield, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 19-11, sheet 1A, family 9, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 3806. District: 19-11 , Family Number: 9 , Sheet Number and Letter: 1A , Line Number: 18 , Affiliate Publication Number: T627 , Affiliate Film Number: 3806 , Digital Folder Number: 005461897 , Image Number: 00232
Columbia Road 213 DAY Lura [sic] M. Head F W 48 M SC N.W.A. Home supervisor N.W.A. TrainngHome
On 1 April 1935, Lura resided in Edgefield, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
2. "United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K4DS-PTG : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Laura Day in household of Pierce B Day, Shaw Township, Edgefield, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 19-15, sheet 12A, family 166, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 3806. District: 19-15 , Family Number: 166 , Sheet Number and Letter: 12A , Line Number: 17 , Affiliate Publication Number: T627 , Affiliate Film Number: 3806 , Digital Folder Number: 005461897 , Image Number: 00391
Pierce B Day Head M 49 South Carolina
Laura [sic, Lura] Day Wife F 49 South Carolina
Annie Day Dau F 21 South Carolina
Martha Day Dau F 17 South Carolina
Elizabeth Day Dau F 15 South Carolina
Pierce Day Son M 8 South Carolina
Catherine Crawford Sister-in-law F 45 South Carolina
On 1 April 1935, all members of the household resided in the same place.

Pierce Butler Day and Annie Durosoe Day are named as the parents of Julius Francis [Frank] Day, born 15 June 1887 in South Carolina. Julius resided in Birmingham, Alabama."Brasil, Cartões de Imigração, 1900-1965," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V13D-DFB : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Pierce Butler Day in entry for Julius Francis Day, 1952; citing Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Arquivo Nacional, Rio de Janeiro; FHL microfilm 4816541.]
[Note: Julius Francis "Frank" Day was an older brother of Pierce Butlser Day, Jr. RLD]

Lura Mims Day died 6 January 1953 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 61. She was the wife of P. B. Day and a daughter of James T. Mims and Kale [sic, Kate] Hill. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1944-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FG17-FH8 : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Lura Mims Day, 06 Jan 1953; citing Edgefield County, South Carolina, 53-000408, Department of Health and Environmental Control, Columbia; FHL microfilm 2401772.]


Notes: Marriage

Edgefield. June 24. - Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mims of Edgefield, S. C., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lura, to Mr. Pierce Butler Day. Jr., the marriage to take place August 2d, at the Edgefield Methodist Church. [ The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, June 25, 1916, Page 16]

Edgefield, August 5. - Special: Miss Lura Mims, the accomplished young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mims, and Mr. Pierce Butler Day, Jr., were married Wednesday evening, the ceremony taking place in the Edgefield Methodist Church... Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parent, after which the happy young couple left for a Northern trip. Mrs. Day, who as Miss Mims has always been a great social favorite, starts her married life with the best wishes of the people here. Mr. Day is one of the most prominent business men of Trenton.
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Pierce Butler DAY, Jr. and Katherine MIMS




Husband Pierce Butler DAY, Jr.

         Born: 19 February 1891 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: May 1976 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Pierce Butler DAY, Sr.
       Mother: Ann DUROSOE


     Marriage: After 6 January 1953

 Other Spouse: Lura MIMS 1982 - 2 August 1916 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Katherine MIMS

          AKA: Catherine MIMS 1982
         Born: 12 June 1895 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1982
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 August 1975 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: James Talton MIMS, Sr. (1857-1922) 1982
       Mother: Catherine Julia HILL (1862-1919) 1127,1982




Children

General Notes: Husband - Pierce Butler DAY, Jr.

Pierce Day born 19 February 1891, died in May 1976 at age 85. His last residence was in Edgefield, South Carolina 29824. Social Security Number 249-09-7355 was issued in South Carolina. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1QZ-2ZD : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Pierce Day, May 1976; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Find A Grave Memorial# 90426222 records Pierce's burial in Edgefield Village Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina, citing "Edgefield County Cemeteries, Vol. I", p. 67. The memorial presents Pierce's obituary:
Edgefield, S.C. - Pierce Butler Day, 85, of 422 Columbia Road died Tuesday at his residence. The funeral will be held at 5:30 p.m. today at Edgefield United Methodist Church, with the Rev. John G. Hipp officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. T. Littleton. Burial will be in Willowbrook Cemetery. Mr. Day, a native of Edgefield County, was a member of the Edgefield United Methodist Church, and a retired farmer. He served as clerk of court for a number of years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Katherine Mims Day; two daughters, Mrs, N. E. Himley, Park Forest, Ill., and Mrs. Wallace W. Steadman, Jr., Ridge Springs, S.C.; and one son, Pierce B. Day, Jr., Marietta, Ga. Pall bearers will be Johnny Hare, Bill Davis, Pierce Butler, Jimmy Butler, Lovick Mims III and Jim Himley. Hollingswoth Funeral Home is in charge.


General Notes: Wife - Katherine MIMS

Find A Grave Memorial# 90426275
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James O. PATTERSON, Sr. and Jane DE LA ROCHE




Husband James O. PATTERSON, Sr. 2240

         Born:  - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 1886 - Fort Benton, Montana 2240
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1865



Wife Jane DE LA ROCHE 2240

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James Orville PATTERSON, Jr. 2239

         Born: 12 March 1865 - Harford County, Maryland 2239
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 August 1952 - Chouteau County, Montana
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Chouteau County, Montana
       Spouse: Eugenia Cary HURST 2239,2242
         Marr: 15 March 1898 - Baltimore County, Maryland 2241
       Spouse: Amy C. AMADON 2241,2243
         Marr: December 1913 2241



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George Mercer MURRAY and Lucile DE LESDENIER




Husband George Mercer MURRAY 560

         Born: October 1861 - South Carolina 559
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1822-1871) 225,833
       Mother: Caroline Myddelton GOODWYN (1828-1866) 225,833


     Marriage: Abt 1895



Wife Lucile DE LESDENIER 559

         Born: March 1870 - Texas 559
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: L. F. DE LESDENIER (Abt 1840-      )
       Mother: Eliza --?-- (Abt 1850-      )




Children
1 F Mozelle D. MURRAY 559,4092

         Born: September 1896 - Texas 559
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George OSBORNE 4093
         Marr: Abt 1918


2 M William Bonneaux MURRAY 4092,4093

         Born: Abt 1901 - Texas 4092
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M James Orville MURRAY 4092,4093

         Born: Abt 1904 - Texas 4092
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George Mercer MURRAY

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Bexar County, 7-Wd San Antonio; Series: T623 Roll: 1612 Page: 31: Idaho St 302 253 263 MURRAY Geo M Head W M Oct 1861 38 M 4 SC SC SC Express Messenger R.R.; -- Lucile D. Wife W F Mar 1870 30 M 4 1 1 TX ME TX; -- Mozelle Dau W F Sept 1896 3 S TX SC TX.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Galveston County, 7-Wd Galveston; Series: T624 Roll: 1554 Page: 258: Ave P. 2912 131 131 MURRAY George M. Head M W 48 M1 14 SC SC SC Conductor Railroad; -- Lucile D. Wife F W 40 M1 14 3 3 TX ME TX; -- Mozelle D. Dau F W 13 S TX SC TX; -- William B. Son M W 9 S TX SC TX; -- James O. Son M W 6 S TX SC TX.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Galveston County, 7-Wd Galveston; Series: T625 Roll: 1806 Page: 101: Ave P. 2912 62 69 MURRAY George M. Head M W 58 M SC SC SC Foreman Cotton company; -- Lucile Wife F W 49 M TX ME TX; -- Bonneaux Son M W 19 S TX SC TX None; -- Orville Son M W 15 S TX SC TX; OSBOURNE Mozelle Dau F W 23 M TXSC TX; -- George Son-in-law M W 25 M KS MO IL Collecter Insurance; -- Richard Son M W 3/12 S TX KS TX; CRANE Susan D. Aunt F W 75 Wd TX ME ME.

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Augustus Bryant DEAN I and Teresa "Treasey" HILL




Husband Augustus Bryant DEAN I

         Born: 17 August 1797 - Saluda, Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 January 1881 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Dean Family Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Rev. William Simeon DEAN, Sr. RS-SC (1765-1830)
       Mother: Nancy BRYANT (1765-1826)


     Marriage: Bef 1818 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Teresa "Treasey" HILL 1126

         Born: 27 December 1787 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1126
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 November 1856 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Dean Family Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Sgt. Lodowick HILL, RS-SC (1763-1822)
       Mother: Susannah GRIGSBY (1771-Abt 1820)



 Other Spouse: William LEWIS - Bef 1804


Children
1 F Eliza DEAN

         Born: June 1818
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1889
       Buried:  - Lott Family Cemetery, Johnston, Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: James NEAL


2 M Capt. Theophilus DEAN, CSA

         Born: 5 September 1822
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 January 1908
       Buried:  - Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Haseltine K. Adams TIMMERMAN


3 F Nancy Caroline DEAN

         Born: 1 January 1828 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 March 1902
       Buried:  - Dean Family Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Willis Anderson OWDOM


4 F Sara DEAN

         Born: Bef 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Colonel Augustus Bryant DEAN, II, CSA

         Born: 28 February 1835 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 January 1899 - Greenwood, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Permilia Mathis BOWLES
         Marr: 22 October 1858 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



General Notes: Wife - Teresa "Treasey" HILL

From family Bible of Theophilus HILL, son of Lodowick HILL: Teresa HILL, b. 27 Dec., 1787; m. (I).......Lewis; m. (II) Capt Bryant Dean and had: Col A. B. Dean and Capt. Theophilus Dean who lived, in 1891, at Mount Enon, S.C.

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Bill HINSON and Betty Elizabeth DEAN




Husband Bill HINSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Betty Elizabeth DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Dan DEAN (Abt 1918-1971)
       Mother: Annis DANIELL (1917-2011)




Children

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Herb EFFLER and Carolyn Elaine DEAN




Husband Herb EFFLER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Carolyn Elaine DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Dan DEAN (Abt 1918-1971)
       Mother: Annis DANIELL (1917-2011)




Children

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Charles DEAN and Margaret TUCKER




Husband Charles DEAN

         Born: 1800
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1820



Wife Margaret TUCKER

         Born: 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin TUCKER (1758-      )
       Mother: Rebecca --?-- (Cir 1760-      )




Children

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Dr. David DEAN and Miriam EILAND




Husband Dr. David DEAN

         Born: 1798 - Massachusetts
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 27 December 1825 - Jones County, Georgia



Wife Miriam EILAND

         Born: 29 August 1811
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 October 1847 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Judge Stephen EILAND (1788-1853) 715
       Mother: Mary ALLEN (1789-1865) 715




Children
1 F Mary Elizabeth DEAN

         Born: 1831 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James T. DEAN (living)



General Notes: Wife - Miriam EILAND

Marriage: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/jones/vitals/marriages/1811.txt
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James NEAL and Eliza DEAN




Husband James NEAL

         Born: Abt 1815
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 January 1883
       Buried:  - Neal - Mobley Family Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
     Marriage: 



Wife Eliza DEAN

         Born: June 1818
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1889
       Buried:  - Lott Family Cemetery, Johnston, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Augustus Bryant DEAN I (1797-1881)
       Mother: Teresa "Treasey" HILL (1787-1856) 1126




Children

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Charles Carroll SULLIVAN and Eloine Leah DEAN




Husband Charles Carroll SULLIVAN

         Born: 13 February 1897 - Allegany County, Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 July 1960 - Arlington County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia


       Father: Timothy Amiss SULLIVAN (1860-1938)
       Mother: Carrie Elizabeth DODGE (1864-1953) 551


     Marriage: 10 October 1923



Wife Eloine Leah DEAN

         Born: 9 January 1897 - Harford County, Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 February 1986 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 14 February 1986 - Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia


Children
1 M Howard Dean SULLIVAN, USAAC, WWII

         Born: 9 January 1925 - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 April 2014
       Buried:  - Oak Lawn Cemetery, Rockingham County, Virginia
       Spouse: Jane BOWER (living)


2 M Charles T. SULLIVAN, USMC, WWII

         Born: 26 April 1928 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 June 2014 - Horry County, South Carolina
       Buried: 27 September 2014 - Stonewall Memory Gardens, Prince William County,
       Spouse: Edna Virginia GARNER
         Marr: 5 February 1954 - Arlington County, Virginia


3 M Richard Carroll SULLIVAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Charles Carroll SULLIVAN

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRY4-45N : accessed 24 October 2015), Richard C Sullivan in household of Charlie C Sullivan, Arlington County, Arlington, Virginia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 7-24, sheet 24B, family 480, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 4246.
Charlie C Sullivan Head M 43 Maryland Stone cutter Monuments
Eloine D Sullivan Wife F 43 Maryland
Howard D Sullivan Son M 15 Maryland
Charles T Sullivan Son M 12 District Of Columbia
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Richard C Sullivan Son M 7 District Of Columbia
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.

Charles C. Sullivan is named as a surviving son in the November 1953 obituary of Carrie Elizabeth Sullivan.

Obituary: SULLIVAN, Charles C. On Monday, July 25th, 1960, at his residence, 819 North Kenmore st., Arlington, Va., Charles C. Sullivan, beloved husband of Eloine D. Sullivan, father of Howard D. of Annandale, Va.; Charles T. of Falls Church, Va.; and Richard C. Sullivan of Vienna, Va., brother of Roy C. Sullivan of South Boston, Va., Paul Sullivan, Mrs, Sara Fisher, Mrs. Ruth Thompson, Mrs. Katherine Wicks, and Mrs. Minnie Furr of Arlington, Va. He is also survived by six grandchildren. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington, Va., where funeral services will be held on Thursday, July 28, at 2 p.m. Interment Columbia Gardens Cemetery. (Baltimore, Md. papers please copy. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Wednesday, July 27, 1960, Page 24]

Charles Carroll Sullivan, son of Timothy Amiss Sullivan and Carrie Elizabeth Dodge and husband of Eloine L. Dean, is buried in Section H, lot 21, grave 3, Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 30903124:

CHARLES C. SULLIVAN
FEB. 13, 1897 - JULY 25, 1960
ELOINE D. SULLIVAN
JAN. 9, 1897 - FEB. 10, 1986

The memorial lists his birth in Westernport, Allegany County, Maryland, and his death in Arlington County, Virginia.

Links to: Charles T. Sullivan (1928 - 2014)*


General Notes: Wife - Eloine Leah DEAN

Eloine L. Dean Sullivan was the daughter of Nathan Howard and Annie L. Dean, and wife of Charles Carroll Sullivan. She is buried in Section H, lot 21, Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 30903151:

CHARLES C. SULLIVAN
FEB. 13, 1897 - JULY 25, 1960
ELOINE D. SULLIVAN
JAN. 9, 1897 - FEB. 10, 1986

The memorial lists her birth in Harford County, Maryland, and her death in Annandale, Fairfax County, Virginia, and presents this obituary:
The Washington Post
12 February 1986
SULLIVAN, ELOINE D. - On Monday, February 10, 1986, in Annandale, Va. She was the wife of the late Charles C. Sullivan; mother of Dean, Richard and Charles Sullivan. Also survived by seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Demaine Springfield-Annandale Chapel, Backlick and Edsall rds., Springfield, Va., on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where funeral services will be held Friday, February 14, at 10 a.m. Interment Columbia Garden Cemetery, Arlington, Va.
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CPO Marshall Knox NEUMAN, USN, WWI and Erna DEAN




Husband CPO Marshall Knox NEUMAN, USN, WWI 430,4094

         Born: 5 April 1893 - Hill County, Texas 430
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 March 1949
       Buried:  - Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale), Los Angeles County, California


       Father: Herman Conrad NEUMAN (1850-1915)
       Mother: Cora Hill FOOTE (1861-1934) 431


     Marriage: 24 August 1946 - Los Angeles County, California

 Other Spouse: Elsie Faye PADDOCK - 22 August 1921 - Los Angeles County, California



Wife Erna DEAN

         Born: 25 August 1889 - Camp County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 December 1963 - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried:  - Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale), Los Angeles County, California


Children

General Notes: Husband - CPO Marshall Knox NEUMAN, USN, WWI

On 5 June 1917, Marshall Knox Neuman, born 5 April 1893 in Hillsboro, Texas, registered for the draft in Greenlee County, Arizona. He was resident of Morenci, Arizona, and worked as an electrician for the Arizona Copper Company. He was single, without dependants, and claimed no exemption. He was described as being of medium height and build with blue eyes and brown hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KZV7-1Y9 : accessed 12 May 2015), Marshall Knox Neuman, 1917-1918; citing Greenlee County, Arizona, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,522,447.]

Marshall Knox Neuman served in the U.S. Navy from 29 June 1917 to 11 November 1918. He was an electrician aboard the battleship USS Oregon. His discharge rank was Chief Electrician, Service number: 124-03-25.["Texas, World War I Records, 1917-1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV18-84KY : accessed 12 May 2015), Marshall Knox Neuman, 29 Jun 1917; citing Military Service, El Paso, El Paso, Texas, United States, Texas Military Forces Museum, Austin.]

1920 U.S. Census, Arizona, Greenlee County, Morenci Pct 1; Series: T625 Roll: 48 Page: 232:
Line 98 NEWMAN Marshall K. Roomer M W 27 S TX TX TX Electrician __ Co.

Marshall married Elsie Faye [Paddock] Culver in 1921.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XCV7-L8M : accessed 13 May 2015), Marshal Neuman, Los Angeles (Districts 0001-0250), Los Angeles, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0139, sheet 5B, family 116, line 59, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 138; FHL microfilm 2,339,873.
Marshal Neuman Head M 37 TX Germany TX
Elsie Neuman Wife F 34 AZ WI UT
Verna Culver Stepdau F 12 AZ TX AZ
Marjorie Neuman Dau 8 AZ TX AZ

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K9CV-SLY : accessed 12 May 2015), Marshall K Neuman in household of Ellis P Neuman, Councilmanic District 5, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Township, Los Angeles, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 60-323, sheet 11B, family 291, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 402.
Ellis P Neuman Head M 37 TX Credit reporter Mercantile agency
Dorothy Neuman Wife F 27 KY
Marshall K Neuman Brother M 43 Widowed TX Chief operator Public utilities
Marjorie Neuman Niece F 18 AZ
On 1 April 1935, Ellis and Dorothy resided in Glendale, Los Angeles County California. Marshall and Marjorie resided in the same place.

In 1942, Marshall Knox Neuman, born 3 April 1893 in Hillsboro, Texas, registered for the draft in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. He was employed by the Dept. of Water and Power. The person who would always know his address was R. F. Neuman, 5252 Loleta St., Los Angeles. ["United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V4DH-Q2R : accessed 12 May 2015), Marshall Knox Neuman, 1942; citing NAID identifier 603155, NARA microfilm publication M1936, M1937, M1939, M1951, M1962, M1964, M1986, M2090, and M2097 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 2,428,927.]

Marshall Knox Neuman, age 53, married Erna Dean, age 51, on 24 August 1946 in Los Angeles County, California. Marshall, son of Herman C. Neuman and Cora Foote, was born in Hillsboro, Texas. Marshall was widowed. This was his second marriage. Erna, daughter of Samuel G Dean and Almeda Prothis, was born in Pittsburgh, Texas. This was her first marriage. Her father was born in Mississippi, her mother in Texas.
["California, County Marriages, 1850-1952," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K8KC-SQ6 : accessed 13 May 2015), Marshall Knox Newman and Erna Dean, 24 Aug 1946; citing Los Angeles, California, United States, county courthouses, California; FHL microfilm 2,115,628.] 4094


General Notes: Wife - Erna DEAN

Erna Neuman was born 25 August 1889 in Texas and died 20 December 1963 in Los Angeles County, California. Her mother's maiden name was Prothero [sic] ["California Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VGT2-PFG : accessed 13 May 2015), Erna D Neuman, 20 Dec 1963; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 85477348 records Erna Dean Neuman's burial in Eventide, Map 1, Lot 3837, Space 4, Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale), Glendale, Los Angeles County, California.


Notes: Marriage

Marshall Knox Neuman, age 53, married Erna Dean, age 51, on 24 August 1946 in Los Angeles County, California. Marshall, son of Herman C. Neuman and Cora Foote, was born in Hillsboro, Texas. Marshall was widowed. This was his second marriage. Erna, daughter of Samuel G Dean and Almeda Prothis, was born in Pittsburgh, Texas. This was her first marriage. Her father was born in Mississippi, her mother in Texas.
["California, County Marriages, 1850-1952," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K8KC-SQ6 : accessed 13 May 2015), Marshall Knox Newman and Erna Dean, 24 Aug 1946; citing Los Angeles, California, United States, county courthouses, California; FHL microfilm 2,115,628.]
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Henry Hill DEAN and Ethel NEWBY




Husband Henry Hill DEAN

         Born: 3 January 1881 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 March 1946 - Greenwood, Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Greenwood County, South Carolina


       Father: Colonel Augustus Bryant DEAN, II, CSA (1835-1899)
       Mother: Permilia Mathis BOWLES (1840-1936)


     Marriage: 



Wife Ethel NEWBY

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1946
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Henry Hill DEAN

The following death certificate was later found in the collection of microfilm records at the Camden Archives & Museum, Camden, SC: 1946 - Death Cert. # 3222, Greenwood Co, SC - Henry Hill Dean: Male, white, Widow of Ethel Newby Dean, resided in Greenwood; b. Jan 3, 1881, Edgefield Co., SC; father: Augustus Bryant Dean, SC; mother: Permelia Mathis, SC; d. March 7, 1946, Greenwood, Greenwood Co, SC; cause: (did not copy); informant: Miss Hilda Dean; buried: Greenwood, SC; UT: Ellis Funeral Home. (Billie Jones,tjones@camden.net To: SCEDGEFI-L@rootsweb.com, April 07, 2005, [SCEDGEFI] Fw: MORE DEANS - 1920 Greenwood Co, SC census [Ancestry Quest images])



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Jackson N. DEAN and Annie GLASS




Husband Jackson N. DEAN 968,969

         Born: July 1872 - Georgia 968
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1920
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 25 May 1890 - Brooks County, Georgia



Wife Annie GLASS 968

         Born: May 1874 - Georgia 968
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James Thomas GLASS (1852-1926)
       Mother: Nancy Jane BURGESS (1855-1922)




Children
1 F Emma DEAN 968

         Born: June 1891 - Colquitt County, Georgia 968
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 M E. DEAN 968

         Born: October 1893 - Colquitt County, Georgia 968
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Lacy T. DEAN 968,969

         Born: February 1895 - Colquitt County, Georgia 968
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hattie L. --?-- 969
         Marr: Abt 1915


4 M Nathan J. DEAN 968,969

         Born: July 1897 - Colquitt County, Georgia 968
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Margaret --?-- 969
         Marr: Abt 1918


5 F Stella M. DEAN 4095

         Born: Abt 1901 - Colquitt County, Georgia 4095
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Annie L. DEAN 969,4095

         Born: Abt 1904 - Colquitt County, Georgia 4095
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Sarah J. DEAN 4095

         Born: Abt 1907 - Colquitt County, Georgia 4095
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 M Ira J. DEAN 969

         Born: Abt 1916 - Colquitt County, Georgia 969
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M Ervin A. DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Jackson N. DEAN

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt County, 1020-Militia Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 189 Page: 213: 253 256 DEAN Jackson Head W M July 1862 37 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Annie F. Wife W F May 1874 26 M 10 5 4 GA GA GA; -- __ley L. Son W M May 1882 18 S GA GA GA Farm laborer; -- Minnie Dau W F Oct 1884 15 S GA GA GA; -- Ella dau W F Nov 1886 13 S GA GA GA; -- Emma Dau W F June 1891 9 S GA GA GA; -- E____Son W M Oct 1893 6 S GA GA GA; -- Lacy Son W M Feb 1895 5 S GA GA GA; -- Nathan Son W M July 1897 2 S GA GA GA; DEAN _____ Boarder W M ??? 1879 20 S GA GA GA. The first three children listed, __ley, Minnie, and Ella are from Jackson's first marriage. Emma, E___, Lacy, and Nathan are by Jackson's second wife, Annie GLASS. One child by Annie died before 1900.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt County, Autryville; Series: T624 Roll: 179 Page: 189: 36 36 DEAN N. J. Head M W M2 21 GA GA GA Cropper Share; -- Annie Wife F W 35 M1 21 8 6 GA GA GA; -- Lacy Son M W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Nathan Son M W 12 S GA GA GA; -- Stella M. Dau F W 8 S GA GA GA; -- Annie Dau F W 5 S GA GA GA; -- Sarah J. Dau F W 2 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt County, Autryville; Series: T625 Roll: 245 Page: 195: 163 163 DEAN Jackson N. Head M W 58 M GA GA GA Labor Lumber Camp; -- Annie Wife F W 47 M GA GA GA; -- Annie L. Dau F W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Sarah J. Dau F W 12 S GA GA GA; -- Ira J. Son M W 3 S GA GA GA; -- Ervin A. Son M W 1 S GA GA GA.
Next door:
164 164 DEAN Nathan J. Head M W 23 M GA GA GA Labor Lumber Camp; -- Margret Wife F W 16 M GA GA GA; -- Elra(?) C. Son M W 1 S GA GA GA.
Next door:
165 165 DEAN Lacy T. Head M W 25 M GA GA GA Labor Lumber Camp; -- Hattie L. Wife F W 21 M GA GA GA; -- William C. Son M W 3 S GA GA GA; -- Clearence Son M W 1 S GA GA GA.


Notes: Marriage

Ages 13 and 11 when married? Something amiss here.
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James T. DEAN and Mary Elizabeth DEAN




Husband James T. DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Wife Mary Elizabeth DEAN

         Born: 1831 - Georgia
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       Father: Dr. David DEAN (1798-      )
       Mother: Miriam EILAND (1811-1847)




Children

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J. R. EVANS and Judith Ann DEAN




Husband J. R. EVANS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Judith Ann DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: William Dan DEAN (Abt 1918-1971)
       Mother: Annis DANIELL (1917-2011)




Children
1 M John EVANS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Dawn --?-- (living)


2 M Keith EVANS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sherry --?-- (living)


3 M Brad EVANS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Megan --?-- (living)



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Lewellyn Alfonso DEAN and Mary Ann POLATTY




Husband Lewellyn Alfonso DEAN

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1919
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Augustus Bryant DEAN, II, CSA (1835-1899)
       Mother: Permilia Mathis BOWLES (1840-1936)


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary Ann POLATTY

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Mattie Emily DEAN

         Born: Abt 1892 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1919 - Greenwood, Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George CROUCH (living)



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James A. TAYLOR and Mary DEAN




Husband James A. TAYLOR

         Born: 29 January 1839 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 March 1910 - South Carolina
       Buried:  - Graniteville Cemetery
     Marriage: Bef 1873



Wife Mary DEAN

         Born: 13 June 1845 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 July 1904 - South Carolina
       Buried:  - Graniteville Cemetery


Children
1 F Hattie V. TAYLOR

         Born: 28 December 1873 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 September 1913 - South Carolina
       Buried:  - Graniteville Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - James A. TAYLOR

From the Graniteville Cem. Book:
Taylor, James A. Jan 29 1839 Mar 24 1910
Taylor, Mary Jun 13 1845 Jul 29 1904
Taylor, Hattie V. Dec 28 1873 Sep 12 1913
(Billie Jones
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Willis Anderson OWDOM and Nancy Caroline DEAN




Husband Willis Anderson OWDOM

         Born: November 1826 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 May 1903
       Buried:  - Dean Family Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
     Marriage: 



Wife Nancy Caroline DEAN

         Born: 1 January 1828 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 March 1902
       Buried:  - Dean Family Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina


       Father: Augustus Bryant DEAN I (1797-1881)
       Mother: Teresa "Treasey" HILL (1787-1856) 1126




Children

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Larry PURSER and Shirley Wanda DEAN




Husband Larry PURSER (details suppressed for this person)

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     Marriage: 



Wife Shirley Wanda DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Dan DEAN (Abt 1918-1971)
       Mother: Annis DANIELL (1917-2011)




Children
1 M Al PURSER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Donna --?-- (living)



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Capt. Theophilus DEAN, CSA and Haseltine K. Adams TIMMERMAN




Husband Capt. Theophilus DEAN, CSA

         Born: 5 September 1822
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 January 1908
       Buried:  - Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina


       Father: Augustus Bryant DEAN I (1797-1881)
       Mother: Teresa "Treasey" HILL (1787-1856) 1126


     Marriage: 



Wife Haseltine K. Adams TIMMERMAN

         Born: 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried:  - Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina


Children

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Jordan Ray EAGANS and Ana DEANDE




Husband Jordan Ray EAGANS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: Clark Lee EAGANS
       Mother: Sunshine Suzanne STANPHILL


     Marriage: 



Wife Ana DEANDE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children
1 M Sebastian Luciano EAGANS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Louis Lacey HOLLOWAY, USA and Frances J. DEAUVERREAU




Husband Louis Lacey HOLLOWAY, USA

          AKA: Louie Lacy HOLLOWAY
         Born: Abt 1902 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1948 - Palm Beach County, Florida
       Buried: 


       Father: Jacob J. HOLLOWAY (1876-1903)
       Mother: Hennie Mozell BAKER (1882-1962) 280


     Marriage: 31 July 1924 - Kalamazoo County, Michigan

 Other Spouse: Harry Albertina ROMER - 30 August 1929 - Broward County, Florida (Divorced in 1939)

 Other Spouse: Lois May GREEN



Wife Frances J. DEAUVERREAU

         Born: Abt 1903 - Salome, France
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Louis Lacey HOLLOWAY, USA

Louis L. Holloway married Frances J. Deaverreau on 31 July 1924 in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Louis, a soldier, age 23, was the son of Jake Holloway and Hennie Baker. He was born in Pavo, Georgia. Frances , age 21, was the daughter of Harold Deaverreau and Maxine Vanderlic. She was born in Salome, France. Richard M. Millard, Minister, officiated. Witnesses were Issac Kimniat and Charles E. Henderson of Camp Custer, Michigan. Record number 23255. ["Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NQQJ-ZP2 : accessed 3 March 2016), Louis L. Holloway and Frances J. Deaverreau, 31 Jul 1924; citing Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, v 3 p 5 rn 23255, Department of Vital Records, Lansing; FHL microfilm 2,342,763.]

Louis Holloway was apparently in the U.S. Army in 1924, stationed at Camp Custer, Michigan.

It appears that Louis married three times. What became of Frances J. Deverreau?

On 30 August 1929 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, Louie L Holloway married Harry [Albertina] Romer. Forest R. Shippey, Notary Public, officiated. Witnesses were Mrs. R. R. Romer and Ernest Hooks. Certificate number 10432.The application for Marriage License for this marriage lists Louis L. Holloway, Pompano, Florida, age 24, White, born in Pavo, Georgia, occupation: painter, no previous marriage; and Harry Romer, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, age 21, white, born in Fernandia, Florida, no previous marriage, occupation, housekeeping. It was expected that Forest R. Shippey of Fort Lauderdale will perform the ceremony. Signed: Louie L. Holloway. Harry Romer. Sworn before Forest R. Shippey, Notary Public, 30 August 1929. ["Florida Marriages, 1830-1993"]
[It appears both prevaricated, Louis having previously married in Michigan; Harry swearing she was 21, yet a year later is 17, married at 17, in the 1930 census... and Harry's mother was a witness to the marriage. RLD]

1930 U.S. Census, Florida Dade County, Miami, ED 19; Series:T626 Roll: 309 Page: 12B:
N.W. 48th St. 334 308 341 Holloway Louie L. Son-in-law M W 27 M 26 GA GA GA Painter House painting
-- Harry A. Dau [sic, wife] F W 17 M 17 FL ME FL
Next page, separated by an entry for Denver D. Lanford and family:
N.W. 48th St. 334 308 341 Romer, Raymond R., Harry A.'s father, and family listed.
[The enumerator misentered the household of Raymond R. Romer in which Louis and Harry A. also resided. A margin note by Louis' name says,"Should be [page] 13 A [lines] 11-12." RLD]

Louie L. and Harriet M. Holloway divorced in 1939 in Polk County, Florida. Certificate Number 4146. Volume 126. ["Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]
[Harriet M.? Same Harry A., Hari?]

Louie Holloway married Lois May Green on 15 May 1939 in Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida. J. F. Robinson, County Judge officiated. Witnesses were Paul Hamel and Betty Quick. ["Florida Marriages, 1830-1993", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRZD-VRJ : accessed 3 March 2016), Louie Holloway and Lois May Green, 1939.]

Florida Population Census, 1945, Hillsborough County, Tampa, Precinct 21, Page 39:
L. L. Holloway 2105-28 Ave-Apt 244 Male 44 Georgia 11th grade Labor
Lois Holloway 2105-28 Ave-Apt 244 Female 32 Florida 6th grade Housewife
Mary Ann Holloway 2105-28 Ave-Apt 244 Female 16 Georgia 8th grade Student
Katie Holloway 2105-28 Ave-Apt 244 Female 13 Florida 6th grade Student
George Holloway 2105-28 Ave-Apt 244 Male 7 Florida 2nd grade Student.
[Where was Mary Ann in 1940?]

"Louie Lacey Holloway b. abt 1900 in Georgia, USA d. 1948 Palm Beach, Florida in the hospital the next day after a rattlesnake bite on his and his wife Lois Fennel Green Holloway's farm in Jupiter, Fl. I ordered his death certificate and learned his dad was J J Holloway and his mom Hennie... George's mom and dad divorced when he was 2 yrs old and he did not live around his dad. Louie died when George was 11 yrs old. He remembers him a little but not much. He was raised by a great mama. " [George and Delia Holloway, 3 March 2016, email]

Louie L. Holloway died in 1948 in Palm Beach County, Florida. [Florida Death Index, 1877-1998]


General Notes: Wife - Frances J. DEAUVERREAU

Frances Deaverreau was the daughter of Harold Deaverreau and Maxine Vanderlic. She was born about 1903 in Salome, France.

Other than her marriage record to Louis L. Holloway, nothing else has been found about Frances or her parents.

What became of Frances?

On 30 August 1929 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, Louie L Holloway married Harry [Albertina] Romer.
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Samuel C. TOMPKINS and Ann Wise DEBELL




Husband Samuel C. TOMPKINS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Buried: 
     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL 190



Wife Ann Wise DEBELL

         Born: Cir 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: February 1944 - Palm Beach County, Florida
       Buried: 


       Father: Lt. Arthur Wise DEBELL, M.D., USA (1874-1958) 2635
       Mother: Elizabeth Fairfax BEACH (cal 1880-1956) 190




Children

General Notes: Wife - Ann Wise DEBELL

Death notice: Miss Sallie Spottswood Beach, of 3600 block Carolina Ave. was notified yesterday of the death of her niece, Mrs. Samuel C. Tompkins, formerly Miss Ann Wise DeBell, at West Palm Beach, Fla. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, February 13, 1944, Page 10]

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Davenport Blackwell Dabney GANTT and Annie Virginia DEBELL




Husband Davenport Blackwell Dabney GANTT 190

         Born: 1850 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1935 - "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery


       Father: John Francis GANTT (      -      ) 190
       Mother: Anne B. --?-- (      -      ) 190


     Marriage: 2 October 1901 - Fairfax County, Virginia 192



Wife Annie Virginia DEBELL 191

         Born: 4 September 1856 - "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1945 - "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery


       Father: John Daniel DEBELL (1828-1910) 191
       Mother: Annie Wise DANIEL (1840-1889) 190,2179




Children

General Notes: Wife - Annie Virginia DEBELL

"Annie Virginia DeBell b. 4 Sep 1856, "Golden Grove, " Fairfax Co., VA, m. 2 Oct 1901, in Herndon, Fairfax Co., VA, Davenport Blackwell Dabney Gantt, b. 1850, Fairfax Co., VA, (son of John Francis Gantt and Anne B.) occupation Farmer, d. 1935, "Golden Grove, " Fairfax Co., VA, buried: Fairfax Cem. #82:38, Fairfax Co., VA. Annie died Jan 1945, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: Fairfax Cem. #82:38, Fairfax Co., VA. Res. at "Golden Grove" until husband's death, then returned to "Sunny Side" where she died at age 93. Had no children, however, I do have a copy of a picture entitled "Joseph Blackwell Gantt, age 18 months" which was taken somewhere around 1856, so they may have had "no surviving" children as I cannot find record of him reaching adulthood. Davenport: Resided & farmed the first DeBell home at "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA. Had no children." (NOTE: Considering the marriage date of 1901, and Joseph Blackwell GANTT's picture dated 1856, Joseph may have been a brother of Annie Virginia's husband, Davenport GANTT. RLD)
After her mother's death, Annie V. continued to live with her father, keeping his house and raising her younger siblings. In 1900 she is 43 and still single in her father's home. Her youngest sibling, Tillie, is 13. Records show Annie married Davenport B. D. GANTT in 1901. At age 44, she was beyond child bearing years.

78 81 GANTT Davenport B. Head M W 55 M1 9 VA VA VA Farmer Farm
-- Annie V. Wife F W 53 M1 9 0 0 VA VA VA
DeBELL Robert L. Brother-in-law M W 28 S VA VA VA
-- Tillie L. Sister-in-law F W 23 S VA VA VA
NAILOR Mollie Servant F B 59 S VA VA VA Servant Private family


Notes: Marriage

D. B. Ganth [sic] married Annie V. DeBell on 2 October 1901 in Herndon, Fairfax County, Virginia. D. B. Ganth [sic], son of John F. and Anna B., was age 42, born in Fairfax County. Annie V. DeBell, daughter of John D. and Nancy, was 37, born in Fairfax County. ["Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940,"]

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John YOUNG and Elizabeth DEBELL




Husband John YOUNG 190

         Born: 18 September 1857
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 March 1933
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia
     Marriage: 



Wife Elizabeth DEBELL 190

         Born: 3 April 1869 - "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 February 1943 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia


       Father: John Daniel DEBELL (1828-1910) 191
       Mother: Annie Wise DANIEL (1840-1889) 190,2179




Children
1 M John Eric YOUNG 190

         Born: 5 August 1900
   Christened: 
         Died: November 1900
       Buried: 



2 M Aubrey DeBell YOUNG 190

         Born: 30 August 1901
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 F Elizabeth DeBell YOUNG 190

         Born: 21 July 1903
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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4 F Virginia Louise YOUNG 190

         Born: 14 November 1904
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth DEBELL

"Elizabeth "Betty" DeBell (46.Annie7, 41.Nancy6, 30.Nancy5, 20.Anne4, 10.Mary3, 3.Elizabeth2, 1.John1) b. 3 Apr 1869, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, m. 16 Jun 1898, John Young, b. 18 Sep 1857, occupation Graphic engineer, d. 19 Mar 1933, buried: Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, VA. Elizabeth died 28 Feb 1943, Fairfax Co., VA, buried: Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, VA. John: He travelled extensively & published maps. Children: i John Eric Young b. 5 Aug 1900, d. Nov 1900. 64. ii Aubrey DeBell Young b. 30 Aug 1901. 65. iii Elizabeth DeBell Young b. 21 Jul 1903. 66. iv Virginia Louise Young b. 14 Nov 1904."
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Charles G. KING and Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL




Husband Charles G. KING

         Born: Abt 1907 - West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1928 - Kanawha County, West Virginia (Divorced)



Wife Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL 190

         Born: 3 November 1907 - Fayette County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 August 1963 - Kanawha County, West Virginia
       Buried: 3 September 1963 - Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond City, Virginia


       Father: Lt. Arthur Wise DEBELL, M.D., USA (1874-1958) 2635
       Mother: Elizabeth Fairfax BEACH (cal 1880-1956) 190



 Other Spouse: Fletcher M. CARTER - February 1941 - Broward County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Samuel C. TOMPKINS -  (Divorced in 1948)


Children
1 M Thomas Arthur KING

         Born: 9 December 1933 - Kanawha County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 March 1934 - Kanawha County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond City, Virginia




General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL

1930 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Kanawha County, Charleston; Series: T626 Roll: 2538 Page: 16B:
334 347 KING Charles G. Head M W 23 M 21 WV WV MD Salesman Motor Co.
-- Bell D. Wife F W 22 M 20 WV VA VA

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Palm Beach County, West Balm Beach; Series T 627 Roll: 606 Page: 62B:
171 TOMPKINS Sam C. Head M W 45 M VA Accountant Private practice
-- Ann D. F W 34 M WV Stenographer Title Co.
On 1 April 1935, this couple resided in the same place.

Elizabeth Fairfax's third husband was Samuel Tompkins of West Palm Beach, Florida.

Mrs. Samuel Tompkins, niece, of West Palm Beach, Florida, and her brother, John D. DeBell, nephew, of Charlestown, West Virginia are named as survivors in the June 28, 1959 obituary of Miss Sallie Spotswood Beach. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, June 28, 1959, Page 71]

Fairfax DeBell Tompkins, born 3 Nov 1907 in Powellton, West Virginia, died 31 Aug 1963 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia at age 55. She was the daughter of Arthur Wise and Elizabeth Fairfax [Beach] DeBell and was a widow. She resided at 612 Avon Road, West Palm Beach, Florida. Interment was in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia on 3 Sep 1963. ["West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,"]


Notes: Marriage

Charles G. King married Elizabeth Fairfax De Bell in 1928 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. ["West Virginia Marriages, 1780-1970,"]

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Samuel C. TOMPKINS and Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL




Husband Samuel C. TOMPKINS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Buried: 
     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Ann Wise DEBELL



Wife Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL 190

         Born: 3 November 1907 - Fayette County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 August 1963 - Kanawha County, West Virginia
       Buried: 3 September 1963 - Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond City, Virginia


       Father: Lt. Arthur Wise DEBELL, M.D., USA (1874-1958) 2635
       Mother: Elizabeth Fairfax BEACH (cal 1880-1956) 190



 Other Spouse: Charles G. KING - 1928 - Kanawha County, West Virginia (Divorced)

 Other Spouse: Fletcher M. CARTER - February 1941 - Broward County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Fairfax DEBELL

1930 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Kanawha County, Charleston; Series: T626 Roll: 2538 Page: 16B:
334 347 KING Charles G. Head M W 23 M 21 WV WV MD Salesman Motor Co.
-- Bell D. Wife F W 22 M 20 WV VA VA

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Palm Beach County, West Balm Beach; Series T 627 Roll: 606 Page: 62B:
171 TOMPKINS Sam C. Head M W 45 M VA Accountant Private practice
-- Ann D. F W 34 M WV Stenographer Title Co.
On 1 April 1935, this couple resided in the same place.

Elizabeth Fairfax's third husband was Samuel Tompkins of West Palm Beach, Florida.

Mrs. Samuel Tompkins, niece, of West Palm Beach, Florida, and her brother, John D. DeBell, nephew, of Charlestown, West Virginia are named as survivors in the June 28, 1959 obituary of Miss Sallie Spotswood Beach. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, June 28, 1959, Page 71]

Fairfax DeBell Tompkins, born 3 Nov 1907 in Powellton, West Virginia, died 31 Aug 1963 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia at age 55. She was the daughter of Arthur Wise and Elizabeth Fairfax [Beach] DeBell and was a widow. She resided at 612 Avon Road, West Palm Beach, Florida. Interment was in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia on 3 Sep 1963. ["West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,"]
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Major John Daniel DEBELL and Mary THORNTON




Husband Major John Daniel DEBELL 190

         Born: 3 July 1911
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 April 1967 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 25 April 1967 - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax City, Virginia


       Father: Lt. Arthur Wise DEBELL, M.D., USA (1874-1958) 2635
       Mother: Elizabeth Fairfax BEACH (cal 1880-1956) 190


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary THORNTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Major John Daniel DEBELL

Death notice: On Saturday, Aprill 22, 1967, at Doctors Hospital, JOHN DANIEL DeBELL, of 10600 Cedar ave., Fairfax, Va. husband of Mary Thornton DeBell; father of John D. DeBell, Jr., Carter and Gregory Hammond. Friends may call at the Everly Funeral Home, 10565 Main st., Fairfax, Va., until 3:30 p.m. Monday, April 24. Thence to Truro Episcopal Church Chapel, where services will be held on Tuesday, April 25, at 2 p.m. Interment Fairfax Cemetery. In lieu of floral tribute contributions may be made to C.A.R. National Museum, 1776 D st. n.w. Wash., D.C. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Monday, April 24, 1967 Page 29]

Maj John Daniel DeBell is buried in Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, Fairfax City, Virginia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 29241164:

DEBELL
MAJ. JOHN D. DEBELL, U.S.A.
JULY 3, 1911 - APRIL 22, 1967

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John Thomas DEBELL and Mary Carter TURBERVILLE




Husband John Thomas DEBELL 191

         Born: 16 January 1867 - "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: John Daniel DEBELL (1828-1910) 191
       Mother: Annie Wise DANIEL (1840-1889) 190,2179


     Marriage: 7 January 1914 - Fairfax County, Virginia



Wife Mary Carter TURBERVILLE 190

         Born: 15 January 1880 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 28 September 1960 - "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery


       Father: George Richard Lee TURBERVILLE III (      -      ) 190
       Mother: Adeline Stuart THORNTON (      -      ) 190




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1 F Mary Thornton DEBELL 190

         Born: 17 October 1914
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         Died: 19 January 2005 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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2 M 2nd Lt. John Thomas DEBELL, Jr., USAAC, WWII 190

         Born: 29 May 1917 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 16 January 1944 - Brindisi Province, Italy
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia



3 M Stuart Turberville DEBELL 190

         Born: 6 January 1919
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         Died: 17 April 1980 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Saint John's Episcopal Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Mildred KELLER (living)



General Notes: Husband - John Thomas DEBELL

"John T. Debell and his sister, Tillie DeBell, have returned from Washington, where they paid a short visit to their brother, Lieutenant Arthur W. DeBell, who was traveling north from Fort Oglethorpe, Ga." [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, November 11, 1917, Page 38]

"John Thomas DeBell (46.Annie7, 41.Nancy6, 30.Nancy5, 20.Anne4, 10.Mary3, 3.Elizabeth2, 1.John1) b. 16 Jan 1867, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, occupation Mining engineer, farmer, m. 7 Jan 1914, in Fairfax Co., VA, Mary Carter Turberville, b. 15 Jan 1880, Fairfax Co. Court House, VA, (daughter of George Richard Lee Turberville, III and Adeline Stuart "Addie" Thornton) d. 28 Sep 1960, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: Fairfax Cemetery, Fairfax, VA. John died 29 Feb 1946, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: Fairfax Cemetery, Fairfax, VA. Came back from mining engineering in Monterey, Mexico, for Portland Cement Co. when father died & was unable to return to work after the Mexican Revo- lution. Ran a farm & dairy at "Sunny Side". Died soon after his son John's death on the Italian war front. John was the chairman of the Fairfax County School Board and during his term of office, helped to appoint W. T. Woodson as Superintendent of Schools. John had also been the ward of Stephen D.Farr. (DeBell v Farr CFF 22q, 1857). Mary: Sunny Side farm was sold after her death and the old home moved to a new site in Centreville where it still stands today and is the home of Mildred Keller DeBell, wife of the late, Stephen T. DeBell. Children: 62. i Mary Thornton DeBell b. 17 Oct 1914. ii John Thomas DeBell, Jr. b. 29 May 1917, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, occupation Army officer, WWII, d. 16 Jan 1944, Italy, buried: Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, VA. Lieutenant, U.S.Army, World War II, killed in action during the Allied inva-. sion of Italy. 63. iii Stuart Turberville DeBell b. 6 Jan 1919."
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Stuart Turberville DEBELL and Mildred KELLER




Husband Stuart Turberville DEBELL 190

         Born: 6 January 1919
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       Buried:  - Saint John's Episcopal Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


       Father: John Thomas DEBELL (1867-Cir 1945) 191
       Mother: Mary Carter TURBERVILLE (1880-1960) 190


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2 M John T. DEBELL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Stephen Keller DEBELL

         Born: 17 January 1949
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       Buried: 31 May 2005 - Saint John's Episcopal Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Linda --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Stuart Turberville DEBELL

On Thursday, April 17, 1980, at Commonwealth Doctor's Hospital, STUART TURBERVILLE DeBELL, of 6321 Old Centreville rd., Centreville, Va., husband of Mildred K. DeBell; father of Stuart W., Jr., John T. and Stephen K. DeBell; brother of Mrs. Mary DeBell. He is also survived by seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, April 20, at 2 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, Centreville, Va. Interment Centreville Cemetery. Friends may call at the above residence. Those desiring may make donations to the Stuart DeBell Memorial Fund of the above named church. Arrangements by Everly Funeral Home, Fairfax, Va. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Saturday, April 19, 1980, Page 30]

Stuart Turberville DeBell is buried in Saint Johns Episcopal Church Cemetery, Centreville, Fairfax County, Virginia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 82086214:

DEBELL
STUART
TURBERVILLE
JAN. 6, 1919
APR. 17 1980

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James Edward TIETJEN and Tillie Louise DEBELL




Husband James Edward TIETJEN 190

         Born: 3 October 1887 - Pennsylvania
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Wife Tillie Louise DEBELL 192,2635

         Born: 19 October 1886 - "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: John Daniel DEBELL (1828-1910) 191
       Mother: Annie Wise DANIEL (1840-1889) 190,2179




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2 M James Edward TIETJEN (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Helen Louise TIETJEN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Tillie Louise DEBELL

"John T. Debell and his sister, Tillie DeBell, have returned from Washington, where they paid a short visit to their brother, Lieutenant Arthur W. DeBell, who was traveling north from Fort Oglethorpe, Ga." [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Sunday, November 11, 1917, Page 38]

"Tilly Louise DeBell (46.Annie7, 41.Nancy6, 30.Nancy5, 20.Anne4, 10.Mary3, 3.Elizabeth2, 1.John1) b. 19 Oct 1886, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, occupation Store owner, m. 21 Jun 1921, James Edwin Tietjen, b. 3 Oct 1887, PA, d. 17 Nov 1974. Tilly died 16 Aug 1978, Pennsylvania Dutch country. Youngest of the children and 30 years younger than Annie the eldest. Ran a store in the Penn. Dutch country until her death. Children: 69. i Virginia DeBell Tietjen b. 18 May 1922. ii James Edward Tietjen b. 16 Jun 1924, PA, m. 20 Mar 1948, Doris Loretta Mayer. Married with children & grandchildren in Pennsylvania. 70. iii Helen Louise Tietjen b. 9 Jan 1930."

1920 U.S. Census, District of Columbia, Washington 232- District; Series: T625 Roll: 208 Page: 133:
439 198 240 BAHLMAN Leonard J. Head O M M W 42 M DC Germany MD;
(Family); DeBELL Tilly L. Lodger F W 33 S VA VA VA Stenographer-Clerk Government. 192
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William E. DEBELL and Margaret VIOLETT




Husband William E. DEBELL

         Born: 1795 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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1 M John Daniel DEBELL 191

         Born: 16 August 1828 - "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia
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       Buried:  - "Leeton" Cemetery, Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia
       Spouse: Annie Wise DANIEL 190,2179
         Marr: 21 August 1855 - Washington, District of Columbia 191


2 F Margaret Virginia DEBELL

         Born: 19 June 1820 - "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia
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3 F Martha DEBELL (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Mary Elizabeth DEBELL (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Annie H. DEBELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William E. DEBELL

"William E. DeBell b. 1795, Fairfax Co., VA, d. by May 1848, Centreville, Fairfax Co., VA, m. Margaret Violett, (daughter of Whaley Violett). William was a LT in the 6th VA Regiment. William ran a shoe-making business in Centreville with George Millan. He sold some 139 acres of land in Fairfax County to Thompson Violett, either his brother-in-law or his uncle. These deeds confirm that William's wife's name was Margaret. The Deceased Sales Account of William, returned Oct 1819, is located in Will Bk L, p. 377. Margaret: "McKinley, Samuel & Margaret, widow of Wm. DeBell." Turberville, George L. & Margaret DeBell, daughter of Wm. E. DeBell. Ibid., p. 58, DeBell, William & Margaret, daughter of Whaley Violett (by his first wife). In a deed dated 12 Apr 1796, "Being called upon by Mrs. Nefsey Violett widow to Whaley Violett late of this County......and whereas the aforesaid Whaley Violett having had two wives, by the former had two children, by the latter, one, and the Court having appointed Mr. Daniel Stone Guardian to the aforesaid two children the other being with its mother...." A deed in Fairfax County dated 21 Jul 1794, states in part, "....The Condition of the above Obligation is, that the said Agnefs, Administrator of the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Whaley Violett deceased...." In an Indenture made 19 Sep 1825, Thompson W. Violett and Elizabeth his wife, received a tract of land containing 139 acres from William DeBell and Margaret, his wife. In the Account of the Estate of Whaley Violett, dated 13 Oct 1807, states, "Daniel Stone in account with the Estate of Whaley Violett, Deceased........By Cash to Nefsey Violett for her son Thompson, By Cash to Margaret & William Violett and also for schooling of them. [This proving that Thompson Violett was the son of Nefsey Violett, 2nd wife of Whaley, and he being the ½ brother of William and Margaret Violett, the wards of Daniel Stone]. Daniel Stone passed away before 19 Oct 1807. On the same day, Hugh Violett was appointed as the guardian of Margaret & William Violett. Children of William and Margaret: Margaret Virginia, Martha, Mary Elizabeth, John Daniel, and Annie H. DeBell." (DeBell Family #1, http://members.tripod.com/~Bonestwo/DeBell.html)

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Charles DEFATTA and Josephine Ann GENOVESE




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 Other Spouse: Gilbert M. PHILLIPS, Jr.


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DEFRANCE and Genny McCAULEY




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       Father: Keith Harold McCAULEY (1910-1993)
       Mother: Frieda Eleanor ROBERTS



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5 F Shelly Jean DEFRANCE (details suppressed for this person)

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Shelton DEGARMO and Audrey Lynn WOFFORD




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       Father: Earnest Benjamin WOFFORD, U.S.A, Korea
       Mother: Joyce Myra Nell DANIEL (1929-2007)



 Other Spouse: William Daniel HARVEY


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Albert DEGLANDON and Elizabeth STAGNER




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Wife Elizabeth STAGNER

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1 F Maude DEGLANDON 3556

         Born: Abt 1887 - Texas 3556
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       Spouse: William Whitfield CARTER, Jr., WWI 3551
         Marr: 24 September 1925 - Austin, Texas


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