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Daniell & Ditmore



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Edward McGEHEE and Elizabeth DEJARNETTE




Husband Edward McGEHEE

         Born: cie 1720
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Wife Elizabeth DEJARNETTE

         Born: Cir 1720
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1 M Micajah McGEHEE

         Born: Cir 1745 - Prince Edward County, Virginia
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         Died: 31 July 1811 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia
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         Marr: Cir 1769 - Broad River, Georgia 1398



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Dixon HALL, Sr. and Milly DEJARNETTE




Husband Dixon HALL, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1755 - Brunswick County, Virginia
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 Other Spouse: Anne HUNT - 5 January 1775 - Brunswick County, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Milly HUTCHISON

 Other Spouse: Priscilla BAUGH



Wife Milly DEJARNETTE (details suppressed for this person)

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Terry Glenn TILLER and Mary Theresa DELAHOUSSAYE




Husband Terry Glenn TILLER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Earl Glenn TILLER (1929-2009)
       Mother: Lynne SWEATT


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Wife Mary Theresa DELAHOUSSAYE (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Matthew TILLER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 U Lindsey TILLER (details suppressed for this person)

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Lawrence Grove DELAND and Bertha Marguerite PARK




Husband Lawrence Grove DELAND 726

         Born: 13 March 1894
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         Died: 24 January 1986 - Tyler, Smith County, Texas
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     Marriage: 9 July 1924 - Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee 726



Wife Bertha Marguerite PARK 726

         Born: 20 November 1898 - Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee 3082
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         Died: 30 November 1980 - Tyler, Smith County, Texas
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       Father: Richard Franklin PARK (1872-1942) 726
       Mother: Bertha Melissa BRADFORD (1872-1963) 726,3082




Children
1 M Lawrence Richard DELAND 726

         Born: 3 April 1926 - Zaire, Belgian Congo, Africa
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2 F Bertha Jean DELAND (details suppressed for this person)

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Freeman DELANE and Martha Ann PARTRIDGE




Husband Freeman DELANE

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Wife Martha Ann PARTRIDGE 1233

         Born: 1 March 1754 - South Carolina 3523
   Christened: 6 October 1754 - Saxe-Gotha, South Carolina 3523
         Died: April 1822
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       Father: Nathaniel PARTRIDGE, Jr. (1715-      ) 2166
       Mother: Anne RAIFORD (      -      ) 2166



 Other Spouse: John HIRONS

 Other Spouse: Lemuel CAREY


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General Notes: Wife - Martha Ann PARTRIDGE

"Baptism after 1750" by Rev. John Ulrich Giessendanner provides an interesting association of names:
240 (1754 -- Baptized -- At Saxagotha -- At the- House of Mrs Elizabeth MERCIER) On Sunday October 6th- Martha Ann, Daughter of Nathaniel & Ann- PARTRIDGE; born March 1st. 1754. Susceptr. John & Mary PEARSON, & Mary, wife of William HAY.
(Orangeburg, SC, Book of Record, http://www.xs4all.nl/~sail/orange/002bapt.html http://www.xs4all.nl/~sail/orange/b240b246.html, showing a digital copy of the page.)
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John DELANEY and Catherine NELSON




Husband John DELANEY

         Born: Between 1790 and 1800
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Wife Catherine NELSON

         Born: Between 1790 and 1800 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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         Died: Between 15 May 1833 and July 1845
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       Father: Pvt James NELSON, RS-SC (1748-1835) 370
       Mother: Margaret O'DANIEL (Between 1760/1770-1845) 122




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General Notes: Wife - Catherine NELSON

Catherine Nelson married John Delanny. Per the 1833 Will of her father, James Nelson, "At the death of my Said Wife ... I bequeath to my daughter Catherine Delanny Phoebe and her two children Serena and Caroline... I further direct that after the decease of my Said Wife Catherine Delanney shall have one feather bed, my loom and all the gear belonging to the Same..."

Catherine died before July 1845. She and John had two sons, John and Jesse Robert.

In 1850 John, age 17, and Jesse, 15 resided with John R. and Martha A. Shirley who operated a bording school.
"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8QF-GJ2 : accessed 02 Sep 2014), Jesse Delany in household of John R Shirley, Fairfield county, Fairfield, South Carolina, United States; citing family 181, NARA microfilm publication M432. Household ID: 181 , Line Number: 24 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M432 , GS Film Number: 444815 , Digital Folder Number: 004205405 , Image Number: 00428
John Delany M 17 Fairfield
Jesse " M 15 Fairfield

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Robert DELEON and Shannon Marie SMALLWOOD




Husband Robert DELEON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Shannon Marie SMALLWOOD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Darrel Dexter SMALLWOOD
       Mother: Pamela Jane GEORGE




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1 F Christina Marie DELEON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Courtney Ann DELEON (details suppressed for this person)

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Michael DELEVANTE and Julie JOHNSTON




Husband Michael DELEVANTE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Julie JOHNSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lutie Chambers JOHNSTON III (1940-2007)
       Mother: Linda Frances POLLARD




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1 M John Owen DELEVANTE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Noah Roberts Gaines DELEVANTE (details suppressed for this person)

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William McMaster RAY and Mildred Eleania DELK




Husband William McMaster RAY 3223,3874

         Born: 14 February 1905 - Bamberg County, South Carolina 3223
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         Died: 30 May 1971 - Bamberg County, South Carolina 3223
       Buried:  - Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina 3223


       Father: John William RAY (1859-1936) 817,3498
       Mother: Mary Virginia HUTTO (1859-1947) 720


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Wife Mildred Eleania DELK 890

         Born: 24 August 1914 - Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia 890
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         Died: 12 June 2003 - Bamberg County, South Carolina 890
       Buried:  - Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina 890


       Father: George Norton DELK 890
       Mother: Ruby Wells CROSS 890




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Barrett TRAVIS and Elizabeth DELOACH




Husband Barrett TRAVIS

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     Marriage: Bef 1770



Wife Elizabeth DELOACH

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1 F Elizabeth TRAVIS 19

         Born: Abt 1770 - 96 District, South Carolina 19
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         Died: Abt 1840 - Conecuh County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Mumford DeJarnette PERRYMAN
         Marr: 1786 - Edgefield District, South Carolina



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Wright NICHOLSON and Frances DELOACH




Husband Wright NICHOLSON 698

         Born: Abt 1745
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         Died: Bef 18 May 1808 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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     Marriage: Bef 1767

 Other Spouse: Mary DOUGLASS 698 - 1764



Wife Frances DELOACH

         Born: Abt 1748 - Craven County, South Carolina
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         Died: After 1774
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       Father: William DELOACH (Cir 1723-      )
       Mother: Judith WALL (Cir 1725-      )




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1 M Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON 2030

         Born: 22 May 1772 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina
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         Died: 13 April 1847 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Lydia OLIPHANT 698
         Marr: 1803


2 F Elizabeth NICHOLSON

         Born: Abt 1774
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         Died: After 1817
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       Spouse: Thomas ADAMS


3 M William NICHOLSON

         Born: Abt 1769
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4 F Repsey NICHOLSON

         Born: Abt 1770
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5 F Keziah NICHOLSON

         Born: 29 June 1767
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         Died: Abt 1838 - Madison County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Robert WILSON
         Marr: Bef 23 October 1807



General Notes: Husband - Wright NICHOLSON

SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0024 Page: 00256 Item: 01 Date: 1789/01/26 Description: NICHOLSON, Wright, Plat for 830 Acres on Penn Creek, Ninety Six District, Surveyed by John ABNEY. Names Indexed: NICHOLSON, Wright/ABNEY, John/STARK, Robert Jr./MOBLEY, John Sr./ALLEN, Young/MAYS, Samuel/Locations: Ninety Six District/Penn Creek/Little Saluda River.
Wright NICHOLSON left a will, 1808, Edgefield, SC. His daughter Rebecca NICHOLSON is the one who m. a HOLLOWAY. I think we are "cousins", Robert. (Audrey Pool)
Source: Edgefield District, SC Wills, 1787-1836 by James and Vivian Wooley
"p. 244. 14 Jan 1807 I, Wright NICHOLSON, being sick in body but of sound mind & memory. I give unto my loving wife Mary NICHOLSON one Negro woman named Nan, one feather bed & furniture. I give unto my five children: William NICHOLSON, Keziah WILSON, Ressey DAWSON, Shinnel (Shemuel/Lemuel) NICHOLSON & Elizabeth ADAMS $250 to be equally divided amongst them to be raised from the estate. I give unto my son David NICHOLSON a tract of land containing 200 acres which I bought from John SALTER lying on Rocky Creek, one Negro man named Netes, one horse called Lightfoot, one feather bed & furniture. I give unto my daughter, Rebecca NICHOLSON* one Negro woman named Sarah & her child Winny & one feather bed & furniture. I give to my dtr. Lydia NICHOLSON one Negro woman named Judea, one bay filly & one feather bed & furniture. I give unto my son Wright NICHOLSON the tract of land whereon I now live also one Negro boy named Bill & a feather bed & furniture. I give unto my dtr. Luticia NICHOLSON one Negro boy named Ben & one feather bed & furniture. I give unto my dear wife Mary all property not given to the children to enjoy & at her own disposal. I appoint my son Shinnel (Shemuel) executor & my dear wife as executrix. Wit: Michael BLOCKER, Elijah THOMAS the 23 Oct 1807 & at the same time qualified Mary & Shinnel (Shemuel) NICHOLSON as Executrix & Executor. Recorded the 18 May 1808."
*This is Rebecca NICHOLSON who m. Morris Pearson HOLLOWAY, s/o Asa HOLLOWAY, s/o William HOLLOWAY, d. Brunswick Co, VA, 1784. (aep)


General Notes: Wife - Frances DELOACH

"Southern Genealogist, Vol 4. Frances DeLoach, daughter of William and Judith Wall DeLoach was born about 1748 in Old Craven Co, SC and died after 1774. Married Wright Nicholson of Old Edgefield Dist, SC. Children, if any, unknown." [Dr. Constance T. McNeill, posted 12 Dec 2013 to scedgefi@rootsweb.com]
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William DELOACH and Judith WALL




Husband William DELOACH

         Born: Cir 1723
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Wife Judith WALL

         Born: Cir 1725
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1 F Frances DELOACH

         Born: Abt 1748 - Craven County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Wright NICHOLSON 698
         Marr: Bef 1767



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Richard William HAWKINS and Elizabeth Sue DELSIGNORE




Husband Richard William HAWKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Gary William HAWKINS (1962-2016)
       Mother: Kathleen Marie DANIELL


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Wife Elizabeth Sue DELSIGNORE (details suppressed for this person)

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Samuel TALBOTT, Sr. and Margaret (Mary) Magdaline DEMOUVILLE




Husband Samuel TALBOTT, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1726 - Richmond County, Virginia
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         Died: 30 December 1777 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Falls Church Churchyard


       Father: Benjamin TALBOTT (Abt 1690-Abt 1728)
       Mother: Hannah NEALE (Abt 1700-1729)


     Marriage: Abt 1752



Wife Margaret (Mary) Magdaline DEMOUVILLE

         Born: Abt 1734 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 2 July 1791 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: Samuel Lewis DEMOVILLE, Jr. (Abt 1698-Abt 1734)
       Mother: Rose NEALE (Abt 1710-1740)




Children
1 M Demouvil TALBOTT

         Born: 25 July 1754 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 16 April 1839 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Spouse: Leanna TALBOTT
         Marr: Abt 1775
       Spouse: Margaret WILLIAMS
         Marr: 11 August 1791 - Fairfax County, Virginia


2 M Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. 370

         Born: 17 March 1756 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: May 1833 - Clark County, Kentucky
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       Spouse: Constantine REAGAN
         Marr: 1775
       Spouse: Mary O'DANIEL 122
         Marr: Abt 1778 - Fairfax County, Virginia 122


3 M Presley TALBOTT

         Born: 9 April 1758
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4 F Nancy TALBOTT

         Born: 2 December 1760
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5 F Jemima TALBOTT

         Born: 15 October 1762
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6 M Rodham TALBOTT, RS-VA

         Born: 15 February 1764
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       Spouse: Jane WIGGINGTON
       Spouse: Mary STARCH


7 M Sampson TALBOTT

         Born: 27 November 1767 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: After 1812 - Miami County, Ohio
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       Spouse: Cassandra JARBOE
         Marr: Bef 1796
       Spouse: Jane KENTON 3689
         Marr: 17 September 1796 - Mason County, Kentucky


8 F Hannah Neale TALBOTT

         Born: 11 January 1770
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9 F Catherine TALBOTT

         Born: 3 December 1772
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         Died: 1793
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       Spouse: Fnu JOHNSTON
         Marr: Abt 1791



General Notes: Husband - Samuel TALBOTT, Sr.

Samuel Talbott, the son of Benjamin Talbott, was born in Richmond County, Virginia about 1726, he was probably less than a year old when his father died. His mother died soon thereafter. He and his brothers were taken to Fairfax County and reared by his mother's brothers, the Neales.
About 1752, Samuel Talbott married Mary Magdaline Demouville, daughter of Samuel and Rose Neale Demouville of Fairfax County. Samuel Talbott's mother, Hannah Neale, and his mother-in-law, rose Neale were cousins.
On August 14, 1756, Samuel and Mary Magdaline Talbott bought 202 acres in Fairfax County from Sampson Demoville, her brother, and his wife, Betty, for 70 pounds current money. This was land Samuel Demoville devised to his son Samuel who was the father of Sampson. (DB D, p. 324)
On April 17, 1759, Samuel Talbot and Mary Magdalin his wife, sold the above tract of 202 acres, one half of a 404 acre tract, to Richard Simpson for 8 pounds. (DB D p. 557)
On August 9, 1767, Samuel Talbott purchased 400 acres on Elk Licking Run in Loudoun County. (DB F) Then on January 8, 1772, he sold it. (DB I, p. 400) Finally, on May 18, 1774, Samuel Talbott of Fairfax Couty bought 300 acres in Fairfax County for 225 pounds. (Liber 1778-1783, pp. 273-276)
The Talbott Family History, Presley Talbott. Son of Samuel Talbot Sr.
Daughters of the American Revolution, March 1915, page 155. Said "Samuel Talbott died on December 30, 1777, ('from exposure in war'), in Fairfax Co., Va. He married Mary Magdalene Demoville, who died July 2, 1791. Their child, DeMovil Talbott, was born July 25, 1754, in Fairfax Co., and died in 1839, in Bourbon Co., Ky."
Samuel Talbott died at Valley Forge while fighting for George Washington in the Revolutionary War. Presley Talbott, a descendant, wrote "The Talbott Family History" and said this: Many of the men of the same area were known to be in the Revolution, friends of the Talbotts. December 6, 1777, the British advanced on Washington's army at Whitmarsh in the suburbs of Morgantown, having left Philadelphia. On the 8th, the British advanced and were attacked by Colonel Daniel Morgan and his rifle corps and Colonel Gist and his Maryland militia. Twenty-seven in Morgan's corps were killed or wounded. On the 9th the British retreated to Philadelphia, and Washington broke up his encampment at Whitmarsh and in the midst of deep snow marched to his winter quarters at Valley Forge arriving the 19th. Samuel Talbott died there twelve days later on Tuesday, December 31, 1777. The "D.A.R. Magazine" of March 1915, page 155, said "Samuel Talbott died on December 30, 1777, ('from exposure in war'), in Fairfax Co., Va. He married Mary Magdalene Demoville, who died July 2, 1791. Their child, DeMovil Talbott, was born July 25, 1754, in Fairfax Co., and died in 1839, in Bourbon Co., Ky."
According to the late L.V. Hagan, Jr., a descendant, Samuel was buried in the churchyard of Falls Church, Truro Parish, in Fairfax County.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret (Mary) Magdaline DEMOUVILLE

The following data may give insight into the family of Mary M. DEMOVELL: From the book "Beginning at a White Oak" by Beth Mitchell, which gives information on patents and Northern Neck grants of Fairfax Co., VA:
Page 95 - "DEMOVILE, Samuel, 404 acres, 15 November 1717, Book 5: 179.
Page 154 - "DEMOVILLE, Samuel, land on South Run Pohick adjacent John PARSON."
"Sampson DEMOVILLE, planter of Fairfax, sold for 70 pounds to Samuel TALBOT 202 acres granted Samuel DEMOVILLE, devised to his son Samuel who was father of Sampson (FX Deeds D:324, 14 august 1756)"
..."Samuel DEMOVILLE in will 12 April 1723 devised to daughter Magdalene Rust who married Christopher Dominic JACKSON and to daughter Elizabeth HARRISON who married Benjamin MIDDLETON and had son Benjamin (f this deed) 204 acres of land. Sold to Moses SIMPSON (Fx. Deeds E:316, 187 October 1763)."
DeMoville TALBOTT married Leanna TALBOTT, his cousin. Her parents were William TALBOTT and Leanna MASON. Their children were French TALBOTT b. 10/17/1776--Pressley TALBOTT b. 3/5/1779--Samuel TALBOTT b. 10/4/1781--Ann TALBOTT b. 5/25/1784 William TALBOTT b. 3/22/1787--and Mason TALBOTT b. 11/13/1790. (Posted by Carolyn TALBOTT on genealogy.com, ctalbott69@aol.com)
On June 15, 1778, Mary Magdaline TALBOTT, William PAYNE and Thomas LANGSTON posted a bond of two thousand pounds, "the condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound Mary, administrator of all goods, chattels and credits of Samuel TALBOTT, deceased..." (Bonds 1752-1782) Samuel's estate was inventoried in 1779, and on April 28, Mary Magdalene TALBOTT received her dower's portion of her husband's estate. It included several Negro slaves, a black horse, one bay and colt, furniture, silver teaspoons, stone soup plates, Queens china, and other household items and livestock. (Ad. Bond Bk. 20, pp. 109-116)
Mary Magdaline wrote her own will on February 7, 1791, and her will was proved in September of that year: (WB F, N 01, p. 22)
In the name of God, Amen. I Mary Magdaline TALBOTT, of the County of Fairfax and Parish of Truro professing a sound mind and memory do appoint and constitute this my last will and testament in the manner and form hereafter expressed. First I recommend my soul to God through the merits of his son, Jesus Christ, and well knowing that my body is but dust, and after, I desire that it may be decently (by my Executors) buried so return to what I was taken from, as to what God has been pleased to bless me with I give as follows, viz: I give and bequeath to my son, Rodham TALBOTT, a horse called "Lightfoot" and a featherbed and furniture belonging to it.
I give and bequeath to my loving daughter, Hannah TALBOTT, a Negro woman called "Peg" also two feather beds with their furniture and one bed quilt exclusive; also a cherry tree chest with drawers together with a mare called "Pink" and her riding saddle also a large looking glass and her large trunk.
I give and bequeath to my loving daughter, Catherine JOHNSON, one horse called "Monkey" and a bed that she is now in possession of with a quilt for a bed that she also has also furniture for that bed. I desire may be given her out of the house also her ridding saddle and a large trunk that she is in possession of together with a small trunk.
I give and bequeath to my loving daughter, Anna TALBOTT, one Negro boy called "Dennis" and one mare called "Fanny" and her riding saddle also two beds with their furniture and a bed quilt enclusive also one large trunk and two small ditto.
I give to my son DeMovil TALBOTT my large family Bible he having possessed the greatest part of his father's estate cannot expect more.
I give to my son, Samuel TALBOTT, forty shillings Virginia currency to be paid by my Executors hereafter mentioned as a small proof that I have not forgotten him though he is far removed from me long since.
The slaves that I hold as my dower, if I am insisted to dispose of them, I desire may be equally divided among all my children.
It is my will and desire that all the rest and residue of my estate be equally divided between my sons Rodham and Sampson and my daughters Hannah, Catherine and Anna, and lastly I do appoint my sons Demovil and Rodham TALBOTT Executors to this my last will and testament revoking all other wills by me heretofore made given under my hand and seal this seventh day of February 1791.
In presence of: Mary M. TALBOTT
John C. HUNTER, Morris FOX
Thomas SINCLAIR, Richard GUNNELL
The above will was proved on September 19, 1791, by the Executors, Demovil and Rodham TALBOTT. The inventory of her estate was presented to the Court on April 17, 1792. Demovil TALBOTT, the Executor, mentioned that Mary's son Samuel TALBOTT was in Kentucky.





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Samuel Lewis DEMOVILLE, Jr. and Rose NEALE




Husband Samuel Lewis DEMOVILLE, Jr.

         Born: Abt 1698 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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       Father: Samuel DEMOVILLE, Sr. (Abt 1672-1723)
       Mother: Hannah COX (Abt 1674-1744)


     Marriage: After 1726



Wife Rose NEALE

         Born: Abt 1710 - Northumberland County, Virginia
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         Died: 1740
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       Father: Richard NEALE, Sr. (1682-1729)
       Mother: Dorcas SPENCE (Abt 1688-Bef 1712)




Children
1 F Margaret (Mary) Magdaline DEMOUVILLE

         Born: Abt 1734 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 2 July 1791 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Samuel TALBOTT, Sr.
         Marr: Abt 1752



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Lowell Dean SKEED and Brenda Ann DEMPSEY




Husband Lowell Dean SKEED (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Brenda Ann DEMPSEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Vernie DEMPSEY (1917-1961)
       Mother: Doris Ethel MURPHY (1923-1972)




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Eugene K. FENDER and Shirley J. DEMPSEY




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       Father: Vernie DEMPSEY (1917-1961)
       Mother: Doris Ethel MURPHY (1923-1972)




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Vernie DEMPSEY and Doris Ethel MURPHY




Husband Vernie DEMPSEY

         Born: 22 September 1917 - Colquitt County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - New Hope Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia
     Marriage: 14 March 1939



Wife Doris Ethel MURPHY 43

         Born: 10 March 1923 - Colquitt County, Georgia 43
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         Died: 10 September 1972 - Colquitt County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - New Hope Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia


       Father: Lester Cincinnatus MURPHY (1889-1954)
       Mother: Floy Ethel KENNEDY (1902-1925)




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1 M Ronald C. DEMPSEY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Shirley J. DEMPSEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Eugene K. FENDER (living)


3 M Jerry Wayne DEMPSEY

         Born: 19 September 1949 - Colquitt County, Georgia
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4 F Brenda Ann DEMPSEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Lowell Dean SKEED (living)



General Notes: Husband - Vernie DEMPSEY

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MJ81-1DJ : accessed 7 December 2014), Lula Dempsey in household of Ed Dempsey, Bridge Creek, District: 14, Colquitt, Georgia, United States; citing sheet 2A, family 30, NARA microfilm publication T625, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 1,820,245.
Ed Dempsey Head M 30 FL
Lula Dempsey Wife F 29 GA
Troy Dempsey Son M 5 GA
Verny Dempsey Dau [sic, Son in 1930] F 2 GA
Susie Hand Servant F 31 GA
Johnny Will Hand Son M 10 GA

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/33JH-DPZ : accessed 7 December 2014), Eula Dempsey, Bridge Creek, Colquitt, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0001, sheet 3B, family 52, line 97, film number 348, NARA microfilm publication T626, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002); FHL microfilm 2,340,083.
Eula Dempsey Head F 38 Divorced GA
Troy Dempsey Son M 16 GA
Vernie Dempsey Son M 12 GA
Levon Dempsey Son M 8 GA

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7LC-PKB : accessed 5 December 2014), Vernie Dempsey in household of Eula Dempsey, Militia District 799, Colquitt, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 35-1, sheet 12A, family 178, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 660, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
Eula Dempsey Head F 50 Wd GA
Vernie Dempsey Son M 22 M GA Laborer Farm
Doris Dempsey Dau 17 M GA
On 1 April 1935, Eula and Vernie resided in the same place, Colquitt County, Georgia. Doris resided in Rural, Colquitt County, Georgia.

Obituary: Vernie Dempsey, 44, of 2623 Sylvester Drive was killed at 2:41 a.m. Sunday when the car he was driving crashed into a heavy piece of construction equipment on the Spence Field Road... Mr. Dempsey had driven a shoet distance on the old Adel Road to help his son, Ronald, get a car out of a ditch. He was returning home, with Ronald following in another car, when he was killed. The impact with the backhoe demolished Mr. Dempsey's car, a 1957 Chevrolet, and killed him instantly. Mr Dempsey was a heavy equipment operator with the J. D. Byrd Construction Co.... Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Monday at Temple Baptist Church, and burial followed in the Murphy Cemetery.... Mr. Dempsey leaves behind his wife, the former Doris E. Murphy; his mother, Mrs. Eula Dempsey, Clewiston, Fla.; two sons, Ronald Dempsey and Jerry Wayne Dempsey, both of Moultrie; two daughters, Mrs. Gene Fender of Ellenton and Brenda Dempsey of Moultrie; two brothers, Troy Dempsey, Clewiston, Fla. and Lavone Dempsey, Atlanta; two grandchildren. [The Weekly Moultrie Observer, Friday December 15, 1961.]

Vernie Dempsey died 10 December 1961 in Colquitt County, Georgia at age 44. Certificate Number 29217. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V49W-SKX : accessed 5 December 2014), Vernie Dempsey, 10 Dec 1961; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Colquitt, Georgia, certificate number 29217, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 139774606


General Notes: Wife - Doris Ethel MURPHY

"the former Doris E. Murphy" named as his surviving wife in the December 1961 obituary of Vernie Dempsey.

Woman Dies in House Blaze
A 49-year-old woman was burned to death early Sunday morning when flames swept through a house on Sylvester Drive. Mrs. Doris Ethel Murphy Dempsey's body was found among the ruins of the house located at 2523 Sylvester Drive. According to Coroner Jack Gregory, her body was burned beyond recognition. Mrs. Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Dempsey, her son and daughter-in-law, had retired around 11 p.m. Saturday. The family's pet dog began barking around 3 a.m. awakening Dempsey and his wife. Dempsey reported the house was filled with smoke. He managed to get a window open and he and his wife got out to safety. Mrs. Dempsey, the deceased, was reportedly sleeping in the rear of the house where it appeared the fire started. Attempts to reach her proved futile. Everything within the structure was reportedly lost. The Weekly Moultrie Observer, Thursday, September 14, 1972

Obituary: Funeral services for Mrs. Doris Ethel Murphy Dempsey were held Monday afternoon in Temple Baptist Church with interment in the Murphy Cemetery. The Rev. Myrtice Goff and the Rev. David Stokes officiated. Serving as pall bearers were Bobby Murphy, Jimmy Dempsey, Billy Fender, Junior Smithwick, Hilton Murphy and Larry Murphy. Mrs. Dempsey died early Sunday morning. She was 49 years old. Mrs. Murphy was the daughter of the later Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murphy and was born in Colquitt County on March 10, 1923. Survivors include her step-mother, Mrs. Annie Mae Murphy of Coolidge; two sons, Ronald C. Dempsey of Lakeland, Fla., and Jerry W. Dempsey of Moultrie; two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Fender of Ellenton and Mrs. [missing text, presumed to be Brenda Dempsey of Moultrie, as named in her father's obituary, and later married to Lowell Dean Skeed. RLD]".

Doris E. M. Dempsey died 10 September 1972 in Colquitt County, Georgia at age 49. Certificate Number 029264. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V432-JHT : accessed 5 December 2014), Doris E M Dempsey, 10 Sep 1972; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Colquitt, Georgia, certificate number 029264, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

"DORIS DEMPSEY 10 Mar 1923 Sep 1972 31768 (Moultrie, Colquitt, GA) (none specified) 262-30-9079 Florida" [SSDI]

Find A Grave Memorial# 139774434

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James GUNNELL and Ann DENEALE




Husband James GUNNELL

         Born: Cir 1767 - Virginia
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       Father: Henry GUNNELL (Abt 1710-Bef 1792) 898
       Mother: Catherine O'DANIEL (Abt 1725-After 1792) 894


     Marriage: After 1783 - Fairfax County, Virginia



Wife Ann DENEALE

         Born: Cir 1768
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       Father: James C. DENEALE I (Abt 1715-1806)
       Mother: Theodosia CONYERS (Bef 1733-After 1772)




Children

General Notes: Husband - James GUNNELL

James GUNNELL, husband of Ann DENEALE, was named as a preparer in the division of slaves from the Will of William SMITH. Will Book 3 page 476 Fauquier County, Virginia - SMITH, William - Apprmt - 22 Oct 1803, 24 Oct 1803, value of estate 4323 pounds, 6 shillings, 3 pence for horses, household items, plantation utensils, stock & slaves; Nace 100 pounds, Tom 90 pounds, Joseph 100 pounds, Jacob 90 pounds, Patience 70 pounds, Cumboo 40 pounds, Judah 60 pounds, Frank 60 pounds, Manuel 45 pounds, Lewis 125 pounds, 10 shillings, 6 pence, Lydia 45 pounds, David 90 pounds, Rose 36 pounds, Jenny 36 pounds, Kitty 30 pounds, Scipio 36 pounds, Charles 36 pounds, Harrison 35 pounds, Kingston 20 pounds, Clary 60 pounds, Phillis & child 70 pounds & Ben 20 pounds, slaves living at Great run Quarter; Elijah 50 pounds, Daniel 50 pounds, Bill 100 pounds, James 90 pounds, Winney 60 pounds, Sarah 70 pounds, Judy & child 70 pounds, Nelly 50 pounds, Patty 50 pounds, Limus 50 pounds, Spencer 40 pounds, John 36 pounds, Andrew 30 pounds, Nancy 30 pounds, Betty 30 pounds & Susan 25 pounds, Spencer 40 pounds, John 36 pounds, Andrew 30 pounds, Nancy 30 pounds & Susan 25 pounds, slaves at Cedar Run:Gilbert 50 pounds, Hunger 100 pounds, Bristoe 100 pounds, Samuel 90 pounds, Dick 100 pounds, Willis 100 pounds, Peter 90 pounds, Truelove 70 pounds, Sarah 50 pounds, Agatha 30 pounds, George 40 pounds & Dilla 40 pounds, report prepared by Wm Brown, C. Peyton & Presley Morehead, received by f. Brooke;
SMITH, William - Division of Slaves-23 July 1804, 10 Dec 1804, into 8 portions.
1. Elizabeth SMITH (widow ) received Joseph, Thomas, Jacob, Francis, Samson, Emanuel, Andrew, Sarah, Deller, Cumbo, Judah & Lydia.
2. Caleb SMITH received: Samuel 100 pounds, Abraham 90 pounds, Gilbert 50 pounds, Sarah 50 pounds, Jane 25 pounds & Nancy 75 pounds.
3. Walter A. SMITH received Wm 10 pounds, George 60 pounds, Scipio 40 pounds, clary 75 pounds, Judah
4. child 70 pounds & Susan 20 pounds.
5. Joseph D. SMITH received: Willis 100 pounds, Limcis 55 pounds, Harrison 25 pounds, Patience 75 pounds, Clary & child 80 pounds & Betsy 35 pounds
6. Miss Kitty H. SMITH received: Lewis 100 pounds, brister 75 pounds, John 35 pounds, Hammer 45 pounds, Phillis & child 75 pound & Kitty 30 pounds
7. Wm OBANNON received: Nace 100 pounds, James 90 pounds, Dick 55 pounds, Daniel 40 pounds, Aggy 50 pounds & Charles 30 pounds.
8. Wm R. SMITH received: Dick 90 pounds, david 95 pounds, Spencer 50 pounds, Benj 25 pounds, Winney 60 pounds & Pat 50 pounds.
9. Miss Elizabeth D. SMITH received Hunter 90 pounds, Peter 90 pounds, Elijah 30 pounds, rose 40 pounds, Nelly pounds, Truelove 75 pounds, report prepared by James Hunton, C. Peyton & James GUNNELL, received F. Brooke; Book 4, 11. (http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np114.htm)

The 1810 U.S. Census of Fauquier County, Virginia lists James GUNNELL, over 45, and one female 26-45 and having 18 slaves. If James and Ann had children, they no longer live with their parents. (Series: M252 Roll: 68 Page: 493 )


General Notes: Wife - Ann DENEALE

Ann DENEALE was the only daughter of Capt. James Oduneal (DENEALE the elder) by his first wife Theodosia CONYERS.
From Fairfax County Court Records: "1783 - Susanna HURST made a public confession of slandering the good name of Ann DENEALE, daughter of Captain James DENEALE." It seems that Miss HURST was spreading rumors about the relationship of Miss DENEALE with James GUNNELL. But it was Captain James who demanded that the slander be corrected and it was to him, not Ann, that Susanna HURST made her apology.
Ann DENEALE later married James Gunnell.
(Provided by Don DENEAL of St. Louis, Missouri, http://home.earthlink.net/~ddeneal/)
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Josiah MARSHALL and Catherine DENEALE




Husband Josiah MARSHALL

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Wife Catherine DENEALE

         Born: Cir 1795
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       Father: Sheriff William Scott DENEALE (Abt 1756-1814) 1979
       Mother: Sybil WEST (1762-1812) 1979




Children

General Notes: Husband - Josiah MARSHALL

See general notes on Willianm Scott DENEALE. (Notes from Don Deneal.)


General Notes: Wife - Catherine DENEALE

See general notes on Willianm Scott DENEALE. (Notes from Don Deneal.)
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William THORNBERRY and Elizabeth DENEALE




Husband William THORNBERRY

         Born: Abt 1725
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Wife Elizabeth DENEALE

         Born: Abt 1725
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       Father: Thomas DENEILLE (Bef 1700-      )
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Rezin WILLCOXEN and Elizabeth Betsy DENEALE




Husband Rezin WILLCOXEN

         Born: 1767
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Wife Elizabeth Betsy DENEALE

         Born: 1781
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       Father: Sheriff William Scott DENEALE (Abt 1756-1814) 1979
       Mother: Sybil WEST (1762-1812) 1979




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1 M Albert WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Josiah WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Catherine WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Margaret Conn WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Ann WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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6 F Julia WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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7 M John WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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8 F Jane WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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9 M William WILLCOXEN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Rezin WILLCOXEN

See general notes on Willianm Scott DENEALE. (Notes from Don Deneal.)


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Betsy DENEALE

See general notes on Willianm Scott DENEALE. (Notes from Don Deneal.)
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Capt. George DENEALE, Jr. and Elizabeth Doniphan SMITH




Husband Capt. George DENEALE, Jr.

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       Father: Colonel George DENEALE (1766-1818)
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     Marriage: 28 March 1807 - Fauquier County, Virginia



Wife Elizabeth Doniphan SMITH

         Born: 30 July 1784 - Fauquier County, Virginia
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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Doniphan SMITH

Elizabeth Doniphan SMITH was born 30 Jul 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth married Captain George DENEALE Junior 28 Mar 1807. in Fauquier County, Virginia The children were very Young when George DENEALE passed away. John O'Bannon Bondsman. Children were raised at Salem, Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia. (http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np114.htm)
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Colonel George DENEALE




Husband Colonel George DENEALE

         Born: 1766 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: James C. DENEALE I (Abt 1715-1806)
       Mother: Theodosia CONYERS (Bef 1733-After 1772)


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1 M Capt. George DENEALE, Jr.

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         Marr: 28 March 1807 - Fauquier County, Virginia



General Notes: Husband - Colonel George DENEALE

George DENEALE was the most prominent of the Deneales because of his association with George Washington:
* an aide to George Washington during the Revolutionary War
* built a home in Fairfax City Va. called "Innisvail" before 1790
* 1790- built a home in Alexandria Va.
* 1790's- clerk of the "Common Council of Alexandria"
* 1790- personal property tax list " 1 black under 16"
* 1791- made and distributed an Alexandria City directory
* 1796- elected secretary and was one of the Directors of the Quantico Company with his brother James Deneale
* 1798-99- various letters of correspondance with George Washington
* 1799, Jul. 9- as the first Fairfax Co. Va. clerk he was the "teste" who examined the last will filed by George Washington
* 1799, Dec. 14- Geo. Washington died. Colonals Little, Simms, Deneale and Dr. Dick arranged the funeral. Dec. 18th Colonal George Deneale led the funeral procession to the vault where the Masons (including Deneale) performed their ceremonies before the body was deposited.
* 1799, Dec. 20- installed as Worship Master of the Alexandria Masons Lodge #22, a position he held for 13 yrs. Geo. Deneale and Geo. Washington had been Masons of this lodge for many years.
* 1799-1800- was a Colonel in the 2nd Light Infantry of Alexandria also referred to as the Alexandria Blues
* 1800- secretary of the "Washington Society of Alexandria"
* 1800- clerk of the Circuit Court of the U.S. for Alexandria County
* 1802- 1 correspondence and reply with Thomas Jefferson, official business as court clerk
* 1805- willed land in Ky. by his father James Deneale
* 1807, Jan 12- wrote a petition to the U.S. House of Representatives asking for incorperation of the Vestry of the Protestent Episcopal Church of Alexandria
* 1815- U.S. Supreme Court head and offered an opinion concerning a tract of land disput involving the Episcopal Church of Alexandria vs Geo. Deneale and others. This landmark property decision has been cited in courts since then.
Elizabeth Doniphan SMITH was born 30 Jul 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Elizabeth married Captain George DENEALE Junior 28 Mar 1807. in Fauquier County, Virginia The children were very Young when George DENEALE passed away. John O'Bannon Bondsman. Children were raised at Salem, Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia. (http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np114.htm)

The 1808 Census of Inhabitants of the Third Ward of Alexandria County, Virginia, page 20A, lists: "Geo. Deneale C.C.D. Alexa. Hugh Deneale, 2 7." George and Hugh are the two white males. Seven other white persons are with them, wife and children among others? Listed next to George is "Abel Blakeney Carpenter Geo. Simms, 2 7" Abel and George SIMMS are the 2 white males above 16. Seven other white persons are with them, ostensibly, Abel's wife Mary and their six children born before 1808. Did either George or Hugh DENEALE have a daughter Elizabeth, born about 1804, who later married Abel's son, Abel R. BLAKENEY, on 28 December 1824 in Baltimore, Maryland?

From: ALEXANDRIA LODGE NO. 39, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 1783-1788, BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, MEMBERS OF LODGE NO. 39
GEORGE DENEALE, was born in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 1766. Came to Alexandria to reside about the year 1790. On the extension of the jurisdiction of the United States over the town and county of Alexandria, as a portion of the District of Columbia, in 1801, Colonel Deneale was appointed the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the United States for Alexandria County. Prior to 1800 he was Clerk of the Common Council of Alexandria. He was a very active and intelligent Mason. He was present at the funeral Lodge held on the 16th of December, 1799, to make arrangements for the interment of General WASHINGTON, and had command of the military at the funeral on the following Wednesday. He died in the summer of 1818, in the 52d year of his age. ("The Lodge of Washington" by Franklin L. Brockett, page 116
[http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:TjnJWUBuOVAJ:aw22.org/documents/Lodge39.pdf+deneal+OR+deneale+%22fairfax+county+virginia%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=11&gl=us]

In transcribed records concerning the Sanders family, George DENEALE's name is "Josef. G. DENEALE" as cited from Alexandria, Virginia - Wills, Administrations and Guardianships 1786-1800 by Wesley E. Pippenger, p.41. [http://www.saundersfamilyhistory.com/pages/Chapter03/ch3p3.htm]

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John HOOFF and Harriet DENEALE




Husband John HOOFF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Sheriff William Scott DENEALE (Abt 1756-1814)
       Mother: Sybil WEST (1762-1812)




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James C. DENEALE I




Husband James C. DENEALE I

          AKA: James C. O'DENEALE, James ODUNEAL
         Born: Abt 1715
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       Father: Thomas DENEILLE (Bef 1700-      )
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     Marriage: Abt 1730

 Other Spouse: Theodosia CONYERS - 19 October 1755 - Overwharton Parish, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Priscilla --?-- - Cir 1790 - Fairfax County, Virginia



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1 F Sybilla DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Dassia DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Mary DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Jeanette DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M John DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M James C. DENEALE II

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General Notes: Husband - James C. DENEALE I

James C. Deneale I (b. abt. 1710-15 d. 1806) who lived in Fairfax Co. Va. Various accounts state that James (1) was a very old gentleman at his death, probably 90 plus years. James (1) will of 1805 indicates he owned a plantation with slaves in Fairfax Co. plus other parcels of land in Va. and Kentucky (part of Va. until 1780) in current Jefferson and Nelson counties, close to current Louisville Ky.
James I will states he had eight children. His first wife is unknown but they married in 1740 and his second wife's first name was Priscilla, his five son's were William, George, John/John Earl, Hugh and James II and three daughters named Katherine, Theodotia and Phileby. Additional unconfirmed children may have been Sybilla, Dassia, Mary, Jeannette and John that could be the children from his first wife but not mentioned in his 1805 will.

A copy of the handwritten Will can be viewed at http://www.linaliberace.com/family%20tree%20page/JamesDeNealeWill.htm
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HUNTER and Syble DENEALE




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       Father: Sheriff William Scott DENEALE (Abt 1756-1814)
       Mother: Sybil WEST (1762-1812)




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Sheriff William Scott DENEALE and Sybil WEST




Husband Sheriff William Scott DENEALE 1979

         Born: Abt 1756
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       Father: James C. DENEALE I (Abt 1715-1806)
       Mother: Theodosia CONYERS (Bef 1733-After 1772)


     Marriage: Abt 1780



Wife Sybil WEST 1979

         Born: 21 October 1762 - Prince George County, Maryland
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       Father: Hugh WEST, Jr. (      -1767) 1979,1980
       Mother: Elizabeth MINOR (Cir 1740-      ) 1979




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1 F Syble DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Hugh W. DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Harriet DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M James DENEALE (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Elizabeth Betsy DENEALE

         Born: 1781
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       Spouse: Rezin WILLCOXEN
         Marr: 1805


6 M George DENEALE

         Born: 1787
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7 F Theoditia DENEALE

         Born: 1794
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       Spouse: George W. BLINCOE (living)


8 F Catherine DENEALE

         Born: Cir 1795
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       Spouse: Josiah MARSHALL
         Marr: 1815



General Notes: Husband - Sheriff William Scott DENEALE

From the website of Don DeNeal http://home.earthlink.net/~ddeneal/:
William Scott Deneale (b. 1756 Va. d. Sept. 6, 1814 Fairfax Co. Va.)
married Sybil West (b. 1762 Prince George Co. MD. d. 1812) father- Hugh West Jr. mother- Elizabeth Minor
1. Catherine Deneale m/ 1815 Josial Marshall
2. Elizabeth Betsy Deneale (b. 1781 d. Sept. 26, 1845 Va.) m/ 1805 Rezin Willcoxen (b. 1767 d. Nov. 28, 1855)
Children- Albert Willcoxen, Josiah, Catherine, Margaret Conn, Ann, Julia, John, Jane and William
3. Syble Deneale m/ ____Hunter
4. Theodatia Deneale (b. 1794 Va.) m/ George W. Blincoe
5. George Deneale (b. 1787 Va. d. Oct. 1, 1814 MD.)
6. Hugh W. Deneale
7. Harriet Deneale m/ John Hooff Alexandria Va.
8. James Deneale

lyn brown Date: March 21, 2000
Looking for any information on decendents of James Deneale from Va. Childrens names may be Sybilla, Dassia, Mary, Jeannette and George, James, Hugh, John and William. They may have lived in Prince William Co. Va.. George Was county clerk of Fairfax Co. and supposedly registered the will of George Washington. He made the arrangements for President Washington's funeral and was in command of the military at his internment. Decendents of the family moved north thur Ky. into Ill where my family picks up. Any help. Thanks Jim email me at bridgeton@voyager.net
[http://genforum.genealogy.com/deneal/messages/1.html]

This Janette Deneale a dau of William Scott Deneale?
From: Tyrone DeNeal, March 25, 2000, In Reply to: DeNeale fam. in Va. and Ill. 1740 on by lyn brown
Here is excerpt a library of Virgina database that I came across. I thought you might be interested. Tyrone
Henley Marriage & Obituary Database: CATALOG CARD
NEWSPAPER Alexandria daily advertiser. ENTRY Married- On Thursday last, at the residence of Mr. William Deneale, in Fairfax County, by Rev. Kemp, Mr. John Hooff, of Alexandria, to Miss Janette Deneale, daughter of William Deneale. (p. 3, c. 1) DATE OF PUB. Saturday, December 14, 1805. FILM NO. Available on microfilm (Library of Virginia Film 56).
NOTE From the marriage and obituary citations compiled by Bernard J. Henley from Virginia newspapers on microfilm at the Library of Virginia. SUBJECT Marriage -- Virginia. SUBJECT Alexandria (Va.) ADDED ENTRY Henley, Bernard J. (Bernard John) COLLECTION Bernard J. Henley papers. [http://genforum.genealogy.com/deneal/messages/3.html]

William Deneale was a land and slave owner, church warden and patriot as follows:
* Leased land in Frederick Co. Va. from Edward Adams
* Bought a parcel of land from William Mitchell adjoining the southern tip of the Deneale plantation in Fairfax Co. VA.
* 1781, Nov. 12- elected Vestryman of Truro Parish (then Stafford Co. and currently Fairfax Co. area)
* 1782- Fairfax County census-"3 whites and 9 blacks"
* 1784, Feb. 23- appointed church Warden as overseer of the poor
* 1785- Fairfax County census-"7 white souls, 1 dwelling and 3 other buildings"
* 1785, Aug. 16- deeded 1,000 acres in Jefferson Co. KY. by Patrick Henry for military service during the Revolutionary War
* 1799- sheriff of Fairfax Co. Va.
* 1805- willed 200 acres of land in Nelson and Washington Counties of Ky. by his father JAMES DENEALE.

1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M252 Roll: 68 Page: 369: [aphabetized listing]
DENEALE William . . . . 1 || 1 . 2 2 1 1 28
DENEALE James . . 1 . . || . . . . . . 4

* 1814 Oct, 17-date of William Deneal's will (we have a typed copy of the 1814 will) that names his children, divides land in Kentucky and Virginia and land inherited from his father JAMES DENEALE at Wolftrap. Numerous slaves are named and given to the children, example: "Item. I give to my daughter Theodotia Deneale the following negroes to wit. Thomas, Gidden, Charlotte, Leuke, Harriett daughter Nance and Alfred and Eliza is to be considered as hers and the gift of her grandfather JAS. DENEALE."

*There is a William and James DENEAL in Washington County, KY by 1818 when they are found to be delinquent in their taxes. You may find something of interest, here:<http://members.tripod.com/~hugh_odneal/> John R. Clarke Thomasville, GA, email 1/06/2004.


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Thomas DENEILLE




Husband Thomas DENEILLE

         Born: Bef 1700 - France
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James C. DENEALE I

          AKA: James C. O'DENEALE, James ODUNEAL
         Born: Abt 1715
   Christened: 
         Died: 1806
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Theodosia CONYERS
         Marr: 19 October 1755 - Overwharton Parish, Virginia
       Spouse: Priscilla --?--
         Marr: Cir 1790 - Fairfax County, Virginia


2 F Elizabeth DENEALE

         Born: Abt 1725
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William THORNBERRY
         Marr: 1746



General Notes: Husband - Thomas DENEILLE

Between 1700-01 the Huguenot/Walloon Relief Society of London, consisting of local merchants, government and King William III, provi1700-01 the Huguenot/Walloon ded free ship passage for 5-600 refugees aboard 4 ships from London to Virginia. The 4th ship "Nassau" departed on Jan. 18, 1701 and landed at Hampton, Va. on March 5, 1701 with a passenger named THOMAS DENEILLE. These refugees were given land and tax exempt status for 7 years to settle an area called Manakin-towne (up the James River past historic Jamestown and just west of present day Richmond, Va.).
Because of the harsh wilderness conditions and conflict with established local leaders most of the refugees left Manakin-towne shortly after their arrival.
* A clause from a letter to his Excellency of Virginia from Governor Mason of Stafford Co. Va., dated Oct. 5, 1701, states: " most of the French refugees have gone to Maryland leaving ill distemper behind them, ye bloody flux, which has affected some of our neighbors".
* A document titled "A list of French Refugees that settled at Manakin-towne", dated Nov. 10, 1701, from an expedition led by Wm. Byrd accounts for only 203 of the original 5-600 refugees and Thomas Deneilles' name was not on the list.
So, between March and Nov. 1701 Thomas Deneille and most of the other refugees left Manakin-town and migrated to the northern part of Virginia/Maryland area where they settled. Today this area consists of the Va. counties of Fairfax, Loudoun, Arlington and Prince William and the Maryland county of Prince George and cities such as Washington D.C., Alexandria, Dumfries and Fairfax.
It is important to note that Thomas Deneille's exact migration route to Fairfax Co. (Stafford Co. until 1731) is a grey area. Two family wills, 1805 and 1814, mention a parcel of land at "Wolftrap". Research lead to two logical Wolftrap conclusions:
1. A creek and area named Wolftrap west/northwest of current Washington D.C. two miles east of Reston in Fairfax Co. where Thomas Deneille or his children may have purchased land, or
2. a creek and area named Wolftrap east of Charlottesville in current Orange Co. that can be reached by going 40 miles up the James River from Manakin-town and following a tributary and from Wolftrap it's 50 miles northeast to Fairfax Co. It is possible that Thomas Deneille left Manakin-town traveled up the James River to Wolftrap settled for a period of time, purchased land, and then migrated to Fairfax Co.
Between 1701 and approx. 1710-15 the surname Deneille was changed to DeNeale/Deneale, not an uncommon practice at the time. Quite often the names were changed for personal reasons or misspelled on official land or other documents and simply adopted by the families. Some Deneille to DeNeale/Deneale surname facts:
* The Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild, list the ship "Nassau" as departing England for Va. in 1701 with passenger Thomas Deneille.
* Footnote 18, from the ship "Nassau" passenger list published by the Virginia Historical Society of 1886, states: "18. Deneale, a well known Fairfax Co. Va. name is probably a corruption of Deneille."
* The Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in the Colony of Virginia, published a list of original Manakin-towne Huguenot/Walloon settlers in it's publication, "The Huguenot, 6, 1933" that lists "Deneille/Deneale" as one of the settlers (Thomas later left this area for northern Virginia)
* After personal research in Fairfax County Virginia, Gary DeNeal of southern Illinois, published a pamphlet titled, The Deneales of Virginia, that connects the Deneille to DeNeale/Deneale surname.
* To date, the surname Deneille has not been found anywhere in the colonies since shortly after Thomas landed in 1701
* And the surname DeNeale/Deneale can not be found before approx. 1710-15.
Sometime after landing in 1701 and migrating to northern Virginia, Thomas Deneille married (unknown) and had at least one daughter Elizabeth Deneale (b. abt. 1725, who married Wm. Thornberry in 1746) and at least one son named James (1) C. Deneale (b. abt. 1710-15 d. 1806) who lived in Fairfax Co. Va. Various accounts state that James (1) was a very old gentleman at his death, probably 90 plus years. James (1) will of 1805 indicates he owned a plantation with slaves in Fairfax Co. plus other parcels of land in Va. and Kentucky (part of Va. until 1780) in current Jefferson and Nelson counties, close to current Louisville Ky.
James C. DENEALE (1)'s first wife is unknown but they married about 1740. Sybilla, Dassia, Mary, Jeannette and John may be the children by his first wife but they not mentioned in his will. Theodosia CONYERS whom he married on October 19, 1755, was James' second wife. His third known wife, Priscilla, was mentioned in his will of 1805. James' Last Will and Testament, dated June 20, 1805, names five sons: William, George, John Earl, Hugh and James (2); and three daughters: Katherine, Theodotia and Pileby.
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Pvt. Benjamin Waring PARTRIDGE, CSA and Mary DENHAM




Husband Pvt. Benjamin Waring PARTRIDGE, CSA 32,33

         Born: 15 February 1846 - Florida 31
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 November 1922 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery


       Father: Rev. John Nathaniel PARTRIDGE (1797-1851) 31,1233,2165
       Mother: Eliza Lavinia WARING (1807-1891) 2165,2166


     Marriage: Abt 1872



Wife Mary DENHAM 27,29,30

         Born: 29 September 1851 - Florida 31
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 August 1922 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery


       Father: Andrew DENHAM (Abt 1809-      ) 27
       Mother: Adaline --?-- (Abt 1818-After 1900) 28




Children
1 M Rev. John Andrew PARTRIDGE 30,33

         Born: Abt 1874 - Jefferson County, Florida 30
   Christened: 
         Died: 1952
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Katharine MOORE 29
         Marr: Abt 1894
       Spouse: Rubye JENNINGS 33
         Marr: 8 June 1936


2 F Sarah Waring PARTRIDGE 30,33

         Born: 11 November 1875 - Jefferson County, Florida 29,31
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1966 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery



3 F Mary Ellen PARTRIDGE 30,33

         Born: 27 August 1877 - Jefferson County, Florida 29,31
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 December 1966 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery



4 F Isabel Grace PARTRIDGE 30,33

         Born: August 1879 - Jefferson County, Florida 30,31
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 November 1880 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery



5 M Benjamin Waring PARTRIDGE, Jr. 33,2331

         Born: 15 October 1881 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1979 43
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery, Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Spouse: Mary ASBURY 31,2332
         Marr: Abt 1904


6 F Adaline Denham PARTRIDGE 29,33

         Born: 16 May 1888 - Jefferson County, Florida 29
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1925 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery, Jefferson County, Florida 31



7 F Elise Waring PARTRIDGE 29,33

         Born: February 1890 - Jefferson County, Florida 29
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Jessie Palmer PARTRIDGE 29,33

         Born: 24 December 1893 - Jefferson County, Florida 29
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Pvt. Benjamin Waring PARTRIDGE, CSA

Jefferson County Florida Confederate Pension Application Files Index: Pension Application number A07755 PARTRIDGE Benjamin Waring, Company A, 15th Confederate Cavalry, filed 1 Septmber 1909, previously pensioned under application number 17042, dated 29 June 1907, pensioner number 2677:
"The records show that Benjamin W. Partridge, private, Company H, 3d Florida Infantry, latterly Company A, 15th Confederate Battalion (not found as of the 2d Florida Cavalry), Confederate States Army, enlisted July 23, 1861, and that he surrendered May 10, 1865, and was paroled May 25, 1865, at Tallahassee, Florida."

1880 U.S. Census, Florida Jefferson County, No Twp Listed; Series: T9 Roll: 129 Page: 97: 260 260 PARTRIDGE B. W. M W 34 M R. R. agt FL SC SC; -- M. D. W F 28 Wife M Keeping house FL Scotland MD; -- Jno A W M 6 Son S FL FL FL; -- Sallie W. W F 4 Dau S FL FL FL; -- Mary E. W F 2 Dau S FL FL FL; -- Grace I. W F 9/12 Aug S FL FL FL; FLEMMING Emma B F 24 Servant S FL FL FL; HENING Mona B F 25 Servant M FL FL FL.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida Jefferson County, Montecello; Series: T623 Roll: 171 Page: 92: 254 259 PARTRIDGE Benj. W. Head W M Feb 1846 54 M 27 FL SC SC R. R. agent; -- Mary D. Wife W F Sept 1851 48 M 27 8 7 FL SC [written over Scotland?] MD; -- Sarah W. Dau W F Nov 1875 24 S FL FL FL; -- Mary E. Dau W F Aug 1877 22 S FL FL FL Telegraph operator; -- Addie D. Dau W F May 1888 12 S FL FL FL; -- Elise W. Dau Feb 1890 10 S FL FL FL; -- Jessie P. Dau W F Dec 1893 6 S FL FL FL; --Mary K. Dau-in-law W F July 1873 26 M 6 3 2 FL FL FL; -- Adeline M. GrDau Sept 1895 4 S FL FL FL; -- Andrew D. GrSon W M Dec 1897 2 S FL FL FL; -- Marion A. Nephew W M Dec 1884 15 S GA FL SC; -- Mary H. Sister W F Mch 1833 67 S SC SC SC; 254 260 -- [PARTRIDGE] Ellen E. Head W F Sept 1842 57 S FL SC SC School teacher.
Next door is Mary D. PARTRIDGE's widowed mother, Adaline.
255 261 DENHAM Adaline Head W F Dec 1818 82 Wd - 10 7 MD Germany MD; -- Caroline O. Dau W F Apr 1856 44 S FL Scotland MD School teacher; -- Pamela Dau W F Apr 1858 42 S FL Scotland MD.

1910 U.S. Census, Florida Jefferson County, Montecello; Series: T624 Roll: 163 Page: 101: 42 43 PARTRIDGE Benjamin W. Head M W 64 M1 37 FL SC SC Agent Railroad office; -- Mary D. Wife F W 59 M1 37 FL Scotland MD; [next page] PARTRIDGE Sara W. Dau F W 34 S FL FL FL Teacher High school; -- Mary E. Dau F W 32 S FL FL FL Clerk Railroad office; -- Elise W. Dau F W 20 S FL FL FL; -- Jessie P. Dau F W 16 S FL FL.

1920 U.S. Census, Florida Jefferson County, Montecello, Pct 6; Series: T625 Roll: 224 Page: 76:
239 240 PARTRIDGE Benjamin W. Head M W 73 M FL SC SC Agent Railroad;
-- Mary D. Wife F W 68 M FL MD Scotland;
-- Nellie Dau F W 42 S FL FL FL Clerk Railroad office;
-- Elise W. F W 29 S FL FL FL Teacher High school.
["Nellie" appears to be Mary E. PARTRIDGE.]

From: RECORD OF CIVIL WAR VETERANS OF THE KILCREASE LIGHT ARTILLERY
"In Gods Acres of Jefferson County by Mrs. Delf, she wrote that F.L. Villepigue was in an unmarked grave in the Roselawn Cemetery in the Partridge Family plot. Grave #4 Lot #16. That he died about 1868, at the age of 65. She obtained this information from City Hall records. She list in the same plot, grave #1, lot 16 infant daughter of B.W. & M.D. Partridge. Grave # 2 lot 16 is Mary Denham Partridge wife of Benjamin Waring Partridge 9/29/1851-8/8/1922. Grave #3 lot 16 Benjamin W. Partridge, 11/16/1922. The Cemetery Card for the Roselawn Cemetery list in lot #16 grave #1 Isa Partridge, Female age one, died 11/20/80. Grave #2 Mary Denham Partridge, Female, age 71, died August 28, 1922. Grave # 3 Benjamine Ware Partridge, Male, age 76, died 11/16/1922. Grave # 4 Judge F. L. Villeipgue, Male, age 65, about 1868. Grave #5 (Jack & Kate M.) Katharine W. Partridge, Female age 2 days, died February 16, 1900. Grave # 1,2,and 3 are plainly marked with the above names. Grave #4 is almost unnoticeable, there are bricks grown over with grass, to mark the grave. In 1889, Benjamin Partridge was a member of the Monticello Board of Trade. In 1892, Benjamin W. Partridge was a Monticello agent of the railroad. He also was manager of the Bowman Realty Company in Monticello. That same year he went into a partnership and formed the Miccosukee Drainage Company. They purchased 9,000 acres of Lake Miccosukee from the state. They planned to grow sugar cane and rice on the land and build both a sugar refinery and a rice mill. Mrs. Partridge was president of the Kate D. Scott chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1919." [http://www.psy.fsu.edu/~thompson/cw/artil/KLA-vets.html]


General Notes: Wife - Mary DENHAM

From: RECORD OF CIVIL WAR VETERANS OF THE KILCREASE LIGHT ARTILLERY
"The Cemetery Card for the Roselawn Cemetery list in lot #16...Grave #2 Mary Denham Partridge, Female, age 71, died August 28, 1922....Mrs. Partridge was president of the Kate D. Scott chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1919." [http://www.psy.fsu.edu/~thompson/cw/artil/KLA-vets.html]
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Floyd Daniel KEITH, Sr. and Gladys DENNEY




Husband Floyd Daniel KEITH, Sr. 408

         Born: 29 July 1911
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 November 1986 - Coweta County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery
     Marriage: 



Wife Gladys DENNEY 408,1084

         Born: 17 December 1917 - Georgia 1083,1084
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 March 2005 - Newnan, Georgia 1083
       Buried: 3 March 2005 - Myrtle Hill Cemetery


       Father: W. Haywood DENNEY (1882-1958) 756
       Mother: Willie DANIEL (1886-1975) 870,1756




Children
1 M Floyd Daniel KEITH, Jr. 408

         Born: 8 October 1935
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 April 1974 1083
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joanne --?-- (living)


2 M William Larry KEITH (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Anita Dell MADDEN (living)
       Spouse: Mary Sue --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Floyd Daniel KEITH, Sr.

Cemetery Index: 00100-06 "Keith," Floyd D. Sr. " Jul. 29, 1911" " Nov. 6, 1986" P 055 (00100-06: Hogansville ... charted as part of an Eagle Scout project, supervised by Marcia Gorman (1993); http://www.trouparchives.org/cgi-local/cemdb.cgi)

"FLOYD KEITH 29 Jul 1911 Nov 1986 30263 (Newnan, Coweta, GA ) (none specified) 260-56-3214 Georgia" (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Gladys DENNEY

March 2, 2005 Deaths - Mrs. Gladys D. Keith
Mrs. Gladys Denney KEITH, 93, of Newnan, Ga., died Tuesday, March 1, 2005, at Newnan Hospital.
Mrs. Keith was born Dec. 17, 1911, daughter of the late William Hayward DENNEY and the late Willie Daniel DENNEY. She lived in the Hogansville area most of her life and was a member of Union Baptist Church in the St. Marks Community of Meriwether county. A homemaker, she assisted her late husband, Floyd Daniel KEITH Sr., for many years in the operation of Keith Dairy at Hogansvillle.
Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Mary Sue KEITH of Hogansville; a daughter-in-law, JoAnne KEITH of Hogansville; one sister, Lucile DANIEL of Newnan; ten grandchildren, Angela CHAFFIN, Dannette WALLS, Anita WILLIAMS, Jan FRANKS, Joel KEITH, Jerry KEITH, Michael KEITH, Leigh SMITH, Calvin KEITHand Melissa MATHES; and 19 great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by a son, Dan KEITH.
Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 3, in the chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home 6-8 p.m. Wednesday.
(http://times-herald.com/deaths/0305.html)

Cemetery Index: 00100-06 "Keith," Gladys D. " Dec. 17, 1911" P 055 (00100-06: Hogansville ... charted as part of an Eagle Scout project, supervised by Marcia Gorman (1993); http://www.trouparchives.org/cgi-local/cemdb.cgi)
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Frank ROSSER and Susan DENNEY




Husband Frank ROSSER

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Bef 1907



Wife Susan DENNEY

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Lillian Lurline ROSSER 1359

         Born: 1 September 1907 1359
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 November 1996 - Meriwether County, Georgia 1359
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery 1359
       Spouse: Willie Marshall KEITH 1359
         Marr: Bef 1936
       Spouse: HUDSON



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John Edward PARKER and Emma Elizabeth DENNIS




Husband John Edward PARKER

         Born: 20 February 1893
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 February 1975
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama
     Marriage: 



Wife Emma Elizabeth DENNIS

         Born: 8 July 1892
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 March 1963
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama


       Father: Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. (Abt 1854-1926) 2632
       Mother: Nancy Ella OLIVER (1869-1931)




Children
1 M SSgt Dennis Edward PARKER, USA, WWII

         Born: 15 April 1919
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 November 1995
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - John Edward PARKER

Find A Grave Memorial# 76963722


General Notes: Wife - Emma Elizabeth DENNIS

Find A Grave Memorial# 76963754
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William Henry WALLER and Florence Octavia DENNIS




Husband William Henry WALLER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: David Henry WALLER (      -      )
       Mother: Martha J. W. WILLIAMS (      -      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Florence Octavia DENNIS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Lenora WALLER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Erasmus Oliver HOLDEMAN (living)



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Peter GUERARD and Harriet DENNIS




Husband Peter GUERARD

         Born: Abt 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 December 1842
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 18 November 1824



Wife Harriet DENNIS

         Born: Cir 1805
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Capt. Edgar Lennox GUERARD 1495

         Born: 9 September 1831 - Pennsylvania 1495
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 June 1891
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charlotte STROTHER 1494,1495
         Marr: 24 January 1867



General Notes: Husband - Peter GUERARD

"Peter GUERARD was born in 1785. He died on 24 Dec 1842. He married Harriet DENNIS on 18 Nov 1824.
Harriet DENNIS was born in 1785/1813. She died in 1844/1901. She married Peter GUERARD on 18 Nov 1824.
They had the following children:
F i Harriet Eliza GUERARD was born on 25 Sep 1825. She died in 1882/1921.
M ii John Matthews GUERARD was born on 16 Jan 1828. He died on 23 Sep 1893.
M iii Richard Dennis GUERARD was born on 9 Jan 1830. He died on 9 Nov 1899.
M iv Edgar Lennox GUERARD Captain was born on 9 Sep 1831. He died on 10 Jun 1891.
F v Anna Louise GUERARD was born on 7 Nov 1834. She died in 1873/1929.
F vi Marianne Sophia GUERARD was born on 24 Mar 1837. She died on 23 Aug 1838.
M vii William Elliott GUERARD was born on 22 Dec 1839. He died in 1888/1931.
M viii Joseph Nancrede GUERARD was born on 9 Dec 1842. He died on 20 Jun 1865.
Other marriages: HAIST, Elizabeth
(http://www.kenmenard.com/menard/pafg251.htm#5507)
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Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Jr. and Roena REDDEN




Husband Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Jr.

         Born: 4 October 1897
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 July 1976
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama


       Father: Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. (Abt 1854-1926) 2632
       Mother: Nancy Ella OLIVER (1869-1931)


     Marriage: 



Wife Roena REDDEN

         Born: 11 November 1900
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 February 1995
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama


Children

General Notes: Husband - Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Jr.

Find A Grave Memorial# 104417702


General Notes: Wife - Roena REDDEN

Find A Grave Memorial# 104418458
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Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. and Nancy Ella OLIVER




Husband Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. 2632

         Born: Abt 1854 - Elmore County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 January 1926 - Elmore County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama


       Father: Judge William E. DENNIS (1829-1898) 2630,2631
       Mother: Hester SMITH (Abt 1834-Bef 1870) 2632


     Marriage: 



Wife Nancy Ella OLIVER

         Born: 1869
   Christened: 
         Died: 1931
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama


Children
1 F Emma Elizabeth DENNIS

         Born: 8 July 1892
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 March 1963
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama
       Spouse: John Edward PARKER


2 F Ruth DENNIS

         Born: 29 January 1894
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 November 1981
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama
       Spouse: James H. CANNON


3 M Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Jr.

         Born: 4 October 1897
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 July 1976
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama
       Spouse: Roena REDDEN


4 M Wilmer Earl DENNIS

         Born: 4 February 1902
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 December 1967
       Buried:  - Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
       Spouse: Ara Kate GREGORY


5 M Samuel Paul DENNIS, Sr.

         Born: 9 August 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 April 1977
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr.

R. R. Dennis, son of William E. Dennis and Hester Smith, born about 1855 in Wetumpka, Alabama, died 30 January 1926 in Tallassee, Elmore County, Alabama at age 71. His parents were born in York County, South Carolina. He worked as a contractor. His wife was Ella Dennis. He was interred on 31 January 1926 in Tallassee, Alabama. ["Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974,"]

Reuben Rhett Dennis, Sr, is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tallassee, Elmore County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 120023310:

DENNIS
R. R. DENNIS
1854 -1926
AND HIS WIFE
NANCY E. OLIVER
1869 - 1931

The memorial links to those of five children: Emma Elizabeth Dennis Parker (1892 - 1963), Ruth Dennis Cannon (1894 - 1981), Reubin Rhett Dennis (1897 - 1976), Wilmer Earl Dennis, (1902 - 1967), and Samuel Paul Dennis (1905 - 1977).


General Notes: Wife - Nancy Ella OLIVER

Nancy Ella Oliver Dennis is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tallassee, Elmore County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 120023337:

DENNIS
R. R. DENNIS
1854 -1926
AND HIS WIFE
NANCY E. OLIVER
1869 - 1931

The memorial links to those of five children: Emma Elizabeth Dennis Parker (1892 - 1963), Ruth Dennis Cannon (1894 - 1981), Reubin Rhett Dennis (1897 - 1976), Wilmer Earl Dennis, (1902 - 1967), and Samuel Paul Dennis (1905 - 1977).

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Judge William E. DENNIS and Hester SMITH




Husband Judge William E. DENNIS 2630,2631

         Born: 20 February 1829 - York District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 December 1898 - Topeka, Kansas
       Buried: 


       Father: Reuben DENNIS (Cir 1785-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Harriett Eleanor DANIEL (1797-1885) 6


     Marriage: Abt 1850 - South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Margaret Jane BAYSER - Bef 1872



Wife Hester SMITH 2632

         Born: Abt 1834 - South Carolina 2632
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1870 - Elmore County, Alabama 2631
       Buried: 


Children
1 F June DENNIS 2632

         Born: Abt 1850 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Samuel DENNIS 2632

         Born: Abt 1852 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 M Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. 2632

         Born: Abt 1854 - Elmore County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 January 1926 - Elmore County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama
       Spouse: Nancy Ella OLIVER


4 F Mary DENNIS 2632

         Born: Abt 1857 - Autauga County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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5 F Harriet DENNIS 2632

         Born: 1860 - Autauga County, Alabama 2632
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Emma DENNIS 2631

         Born: Abt 1866 - Elmore County, Alabama 2631
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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7 F Ruth DENNIS 2631

         Born: 1870 - Elmore County, Alabama 2631
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Judge William E. DENNIS

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Autauga County, Wetumpka, 8 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1 Page: 52: 363 372 W E DENNIS 32 M W Taylor 200 700 SC; Hester 26 F W SC; June 10 F W SC; Samuel 8 M F SC; Rubin 6 M W SC; Mary 3 F W AL; Harriet 1/12 F W AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Elmore County, Wetumpka P O, 18 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 15 Page: 173: 1511 1535 DENNIS W E 41 M W Judge Probate 1000 1000 SC; -- Samuel 18 M W SC; -- Rhuben 16 M W AL; -- Mollie 12 F W AL; (next page) -- Harriett 10 F W AL; -- Emma 4 F W AL; -- Ruth 5/12 F W AL; Jones Susan 40 F W AL; TAYLOR Louisa 23 F B AL; -- Mary 3 F B AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Kansas, Shawnee County, Topeka; Series: T9 Roll: 397 Page: 86: W. E. DENNIS Self M Male W 51 SC Tailor SC SC; M. J. DENNIS Wife M Female W 27 AL Keeping House AL AL; H. E. DENNIS Son S Male W 7 AL SC AL; Arther DENNIS Son S Male W 6 AL SC AL; Mary DENNIS Dau S Female W 5 AL SC AL; Kate L. DENNIS Dau S Female W 1 KS SC AL. (Family History Library Film 1254397 NA Film Number T9-0397 Page Number 86A) 2630


General Notes: Wife - Hester SMITH

Hester is in the wife of William E. DENNIS in the1860 census. The married abt 1850 in South Carolina where their first three children were born. About 1855, they moved to Wetumpka, Autauga County, Alabama. By 1870, Wetumpka was part of Elmore County. In that census, Hester' last child, Ruth, is five months old. Hester is not named in the family, presumed to have died before the census, possibly from childbirth. A Susan Jones, 40, is named with the family, as is Louisa TAYLOR, a 23 year old, black female, and Mary, her 3 year old daughter.

William E. Dennis and Hester Smith are named as Reuben Rhett Dennis' parents on his 1926 death certificate.

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Wilmer Earl DENNIS and Ara Kate GREGORY




Husband Wilmer Earl DENNIS

         Born: 4 February 1902
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       Buried:  - Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama


       Father: Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. (Abt 1854-1926) 2632
       Mother: Nancy Ella OLIVER (1869-1931)


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Wife Ara Kate GREGORY

         Born: 4 January 1905
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         Died: 24 July 2000
       Buried:  - Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama


Children
1 M Wilmer Earl DENNIS, Jr.

         Born: 7 November 1926
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         Died: 21 November 2004
       Buried:  - Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama



2 M Robert R. DENNIS

         Born: 2 December 1933
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         Died: 29 July 2009
       Buried:  - Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
       Spouse: Judy --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Wilmer Earl DENNIS

Find A Grave Memorial# 117884726


General Notes: Wife - Ara Kate GREGORY

Find A Grave Memorial# 117884877

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James Milligan ROBERDEAU and Mildred DENNY




Husband James Milligan ROBERDEAU

         Born: Abt 1785 - Virginia
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         Died: 1832 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Roberdeau Family Cemetery


       Father: Brig. General Daniel ROBERDEAU (1727-1795)
       Mother: Jane MILLIGAN (      -      )


     Marriage: Bef 1815

 Other Spouse: Martha Lane TRIPLETT - 1822



Wife Mildred DENNY

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Children
1 F Jane ROBERDEAU

         Born: Bef 1821 - Virginia
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2 F Mary ROBERDEAU

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General Notes: Husband - James Milligan ROBERDEAU

SPECULATION: Thought to be the father of Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU who married Stephen Daniel FOOTE.
In the 1830 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 201 Page: 257: ROBERDEAU James M. 1M 40-50; 2F under 5, 3F 5-10, 1F 20-30. This confirms two daughters under 5, Marth A. was born about 1826 and Elizaberth Hill about 1828. With no living male children as of this census, James Daniel ROBERDEAU was born after the census.

'The Capitol of All this Country' Royal Oaks, one of the oldest manor houses in Centreville, lies in pieces waiting to be rebuilt.
By Cheryl Repetti/Centre View
September 2, 2005
THERE ARE CONFLICTING stories about who actually built Royal Oaks. According to the great grandchildren of Revolutionary War patriot and statesman Gen. Daniel ROBERDEAU, the General built Royal Oaks for his son James in 1785. Others have said it was an estate of the LANE and TRIPLETT families. Cornelia Peake McDonald wrote in her Civil War-era diary that, "the home once occupied by Col. Simon TRIPLETT - which descended to his son James Lane TRIPLETT, and from him to the ROBERDEAU family, has always been called Royal Oaks. Tradition claims that when one of these oaks dies a member of the TRIPLETT family dies, and coincidence has often corroborated the saying."
Norman Baker's extensive review of land records tells another story, however. Baker concluded that Newton Keene built the house for his family sometime between 1765 and 1770. If this date is correct, then Royal Oaks was built around the same time as Mount Gilead and is the one other structure to survive from the days when Centreville was Newgate. Or it would be, if it could be restored.

GEN. ROBERDEAU may not have built Royal Oaks, but James ROBERDEAU and his family did reside there. The Roberdeau's story illustrates the important ties Centreville then had to Alexandria and points west. It is also a poignant account of family life in the early 19th century.
James ROBERDEAU was born in Alexandria and grew up in Winchester. In 1818 he married Mildred Lancaster DENNY and thus came to own Royal Oaks (Mildred had inherited the estate from her father). Like many large farms in Truro Parish, Royal Oaks used slave labor during this period. The 1820 census indicates that there were seven slaves and one free 'colored' man included in the Royal Oaks household.
James and Mildred had three children in as many years but only one child survived to adulthood. Mildred died in 1821. Sometime before then she had written to Dr. Stabler, a well known apothecary in Alexandria (the shop is now a museum in Old Town), that she was "afflicted - with a paralytick [sic] stroke" and wished to undergo the latest in medical treatments, electrical shock. Mildred was laid to rest in the northwest corner behind the Royal Oaks house.
James then married Martha Lane TRIPLETT in 1822. Together they had seven children, four of whom survived. James died in 1832 at the age of 47. He was buried beside Mildred on the Royal Oaks grounds. Martha lived a long life and was buried at the Fairfax Court House.
Of the five surviving Roberdeau children, only two remained in Centreville. The eldest daughter, Jane, married Walter POWELL. They bought Royal Oaks shortly after they were married in 1841 and sold the property to the Whaley family in 1845."
(http://www.connectionnewspapers.com/printarticle.asp?article=51747&archive=true)

1820 VIRGINIA FAIRFAX TRURO PARISH; Series: M33 Roll: 137 Page: 68:
1 0 0 0 1 0 || 1 0 0 1 0 0
1830 CEN: Fairfax Co, VA, James M. Roberdeau, WM 1x45+; WF 2x 5-10, 3x10-15, 1x30-40; Slaves 8.
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Brian DENSMORE and Patricia Ann WOFFORD




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




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Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. and Martha DENSON




Husband Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. 2761

         Born: Abt 1800 - Georgia 2761
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       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )


     Marriage: 7 August 1840 - Harris County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Avery GRIFFIN



Wife Martha DENSON 2761

         Born: Between 1819 and 1826 - North Carolina 193,2761
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Children
1 M Pvt Randolph MITCHELL, Jr. CSA 193

         Born: Abt 1841 - Alabama 193
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2 F Sarah Josephine MITCHELL

         Born: 9 November 1843 - Alabama
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       Buried:  - Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation



3 F Martha Elizabeth MITCHELL 193,2761

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama 193
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4 F Claudia MITCHELL 193

         Born: Abt 1850 - Alabama 193
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General Notes: Husband - Randolph MITCHELL, Sr.

Randolph MITCHELL, born about 1800, was a son of James MITCHELL and Elizabeth JOURDAN. He applied for letters of administration of his father's estate.

Southern Recorder, Sep. 17, 1827, page 3: "And whereas Randolph MITCHELL applies for letters of administration on the estate of his father, James MITCHELL, dec'd: ..."

Randolph Mitchell married Martha B. Denson on 7 August 1840. [Harris County Marriages, http://genealogytrails.com/geo/harris/marriages.html]

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23; Series: M432 Roll: 1 Page: 213:
- 2 Randolph MITCHELL 50 M 2000 GA;
Martha 30 F NC;
Napoleon 20 M Student GA;
Leonidas 15 M Student GA;
Randolph 9 M Ga;
Martha 1 F AL;
Benjamin MITCHELL 26 M Physician GA.

Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. is not named with his family in the 1860 census. His wife Martha, 35, has their four children with her.


General Notes: Wife - Martha DENSON

"Martha MITCHELL Widow of Randolph MITCHELL decsd and her children Randolph MITCHELL Elizabeth MITCHELL + Claramand MITCHELL... living at Glenville Barbour County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Eastern Div., Eufaula P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1 Page: 419:
1070 1101 A. C. MITCHELL __ 10[?] M AL.
1071 1102 Catherine MITCHELL 60 F GA.
1072 1103 Martha MITCHELL 35 15,000 78,000 F NC;
Randolph " 19 M Student AL;
Uriah P. " 18 M Student GA [Nephew, son of Uriah G. MITCHELL. RLD];
Elizabeth " 12 F AL;
Claudia " 10 F AL.
1078 J. T. DISMUKES 32 M Overseer --- 2000 AL;
Emma " 24 F AL;
E. M. " 6 F AL;
John T. " 4 M AL;
Wm A. " 2 M AL.
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DENT and Karyn NEWSOME




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Wife Karyn NEWSOME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt Lester Elbert NEWSOME, Jr., U.S.M.C., WWII (1916-1998)
       Mother: Florence Gloria CALLAWAY (1920-2005)




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1 M Ashley DENT (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Amy DENT (details suppressed for this person)

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Kent MORRIS and Amber Eve DENTON




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Wife Amber Eve DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Douglas Guy DENTON
       Mother: Linda Kay DANIEL



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1 M Nicholas Scott MORRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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John MASK and Amber Eve DENTON




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Wife Amber Eve DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Douglas Guy DENTON
       Mother: Linda Kay DANIEL



 Other Spouse: Timothy N. BELL

 Other Spouse: Kent MORRIS


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Jeremy Wayne HOOK and Bonnie Heather DENTON




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Wife Bonnie Heather DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Douglas Guy DENTON
       Mother: Linda Kay DANIEL



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1 F Bethany Nicole HOOK (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Taylor Grace HOOK (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Cheyenne Chené HOOK (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Cherokee Cherí HOOK (details suppressed for this person)

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Jacob Aaron RITCH and Bonnie Heather DENTON




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Wife Bonnie Heather DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Douglas Guy DENTON
       Mother: Linda Kay DANIEL



 Other Spouse: Jeremy Wayne HOOK


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1 F Ellianna Odell RITCH (details suppressed for this person)

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Herbert DENTON and LILLIAN




Husband Herbert DENTON

         Born: Abt 1910
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Wife LILLIAN

         Born: Abt 1910
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1 F Lynne DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert Keith DITMORE and Lynne DENTON




Husband Robert Keith DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Glenn James DITMORE (1903-1990)
       Mother: Etta Mae CASADY (1908-1992)


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Wife Lynne DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Herbert DENTON (Abt 1910-      )
       Mother: LILLIAN (Abt 1910-      )




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1 M Robert Steven DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Kris Ann RATLIFF (living)


2 F Tracy Ellen DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Scott Robert CLARK (living)


3 M Brian Christopher DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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Daniel Minor TATE and Margaret C. DENTON




Husband Daniel Minor TATE

         Born: Cir 1786
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       Father: William TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1748-1814)
       Mother: Elisheba HUDSON (Cir 1752-1833)


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Wife Margaret C. DENTON (details suppressed for this person)

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Lanneau Charles GOLUCKE, Sr. and Allene Estelle DERRYBERRY




Husband Lanneau Charles GOLUCKE, Sr.

         Born: 23 November 1922 - Georgia
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         Died: 5 March 1998 - El Paso County, Texas
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       Father: Lanneau GOLUCKE (1894-1927)
       Mother: Mary L. DANIELL (1894-1974) 305,307,2315


     Marriage: 25 January 1947 - El Paso County, Texas (Divorced on 1 March 1984)

 Other Spouse: Alicia RUIZ



Wife Allene Estelle DERRYBERRY

         Born: 21 August 1928 - Oklahoma
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1 M Lanneau GOLUCKE, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Linda P. LEIBSLE (living)


2 M Gary Lynn GOLUCKE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Martha D. WATERS (living)
       Spouse: Debra Jean KITTLESON (living)


3 M Steven Dale GOLUCKE (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Michael Dean GOLUCKE (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Lanneau Charles GOLUCKE, Sr.

Lanneau Golucke, Sr. was born November 23, 1922 and died Mar. 3, 1998. He is buried in Restlawn Memorial Park, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. [Find A Grave Memorial# 34111905]

Lanneau Golucke, born 23 November 1922, died 5 Mar 1998 at age 76 in El Paso, El Paso, Texas 79936. Social security number: 462-16-8766 issued in Texas. [""United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1LW-TZ9 : accessed 07 Nov 2012), Lanneau Golucke, 5 March 1998; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]


General Notes: Wife - Allene Estelle DERRYBERRY

Allene E. GOLUCKE, 24, and her two sons, Lannaeu Golucke, Jr. age 3, and Gary L. Golucke, age 1, arrived in Seattle, Washington from Yokohama, Japan on 25 November 1952. They were aboard the USNS James O'Hara. Their address listed as "264 Columbia Road, #1 Paso, Texas."

Allene E. Golucke died 7 Dec 1987 in El Paso, El Paso, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JVT2-165 : accessed 06 Nov 2012), Allene E Golucke, 07 Dec 1987; citing Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin,Texas.]


Notes: Marriage

Lanneau Golucke, 60, divorced Allene E. Golucke, 55, on 1 March 1984 in El Paso County, Texas. They had four children under age 18. They were married 25 January 1947. Certificate number: 015076. ["Texas, Divorce Index, 1968-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VYF5-8BL : accessed 07 Nov 2012), Lanneau Golucke and Allene E Golucke, 1984.]
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G. H. DERRYBERRY and Sarah Adline DITMORE




Husband G. H. DERRYBERRY

         Born: Abt 1874
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     Marriage: 19 January 1913 - Caddo County, Oklahoma



Wife Sarah Adline DITMORE 2078

         Born: 28 May 1868 - Cherokee County, North Carolina 86
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       Father: Sgt Charles Willis DITMORE, CSA (1831-1909) 197,2078
       Mother: Mary Catherine HAMPTON (1837-1901) 197,2078




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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Adline DITMORE

1910 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cherokee County, Notla Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1103 Page: 92;
94 98 DITMORE, Ulysus F Head M W 30 M1 11 NC SC NC Farmer; -- Addie Sister F W 43 S NC NC NC

Obituary : "Mrs Derryberry Dies of Heart Ailment"
Mrs. Addie DERRYBERRY died Saturday at the home of her brother, Ulyssus DITMORE. Heart disease was the cause of her death. She was 75 years old.
Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Monday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Ernest SMART, pastor of the Cedar Canyon Baptist Church. Mrs. J. E. STOCKTON, Mrs. Wilda BEASLEY, Elijah BARNARD, and J. B. PITZER sang requested songs.
Bearers were J. L. REYNOLDS, L. M. KIDD, Bill WILDMAN, Floyd GIBBS, S. V. VANHUSS, and Ben SYLVESTER.
Burial was in the Masonic cemetery.
She is survived by two brothers, Ulyssus and Ples DITMORE. She was a member of the Cedar Canyon Baptist Church.
Mrs. DERRYBERRY was loved by all who knew her intimately and will be grievously missed by her relatives and a great many friends. (From an undated, unnamed newspaper clipping provided by Diane Claudett Charles.)


Notes: Marriage

Mr. G. H. Derryberry, age 36, married Miss Addie Ditmore, age 40, on 19 Jan 1913 in Caddo County, Oklahoma. ["Oklahoma, County Marriages, 1891-1959," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XVGP-HZ7 : accessed 06 Nov 2012), G H Derryberry and Addie Ditmore, 1913.]

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Dr. Benjamin F. WATKINS and Caroline DESAUSSURE




Husband Dr. Benjamin F. WATKINS 948,3488

         Born: Abt 1820 - South Carolina 3488
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 Other Spouse: Elizabeth Calvert TAYLOR 948,3488 - 10 May 1859 948



Wife Caroline DESAUSSURE

         Born: 1824
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Benjamin F. WATKINS

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 5: 91 93 Martha FENTON 55 F Boarding house 4000 3000 SC; Ben F. WATKINS 40 M Physician 30,000 SC; Elizabeth " 38 F SC; Henry K. BROWN 45 M Sculptor --- 3000 MD; [next page] Mary Bb. " 35 F MD.


General Notes: Wife - Caroline DESAUSSURE

Caroline DeSaussure b. 1824 d. Oct. 2, 1844; m. Dr. Benjamin F. Watkins(http://www.afrigeneas.com/forum/index.cgi?noframes;read=49080)
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Stephen L. DEVEAUX and Sarah Elliott GOODWYN




Husband Stephen L. DEVEAUX 225,4097

         Born: Abt 1826 - South Carolina 4097
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Wife Sarah Elliott GOODWYN 225,4097

         Born: 1830 - Richland County, South Carolina 4097
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       Father: Colonel Robert Howell GOODWYN, Sr. (1795-1861) 953,3231
       Mother: Charlotte Ann THOMSON (1799-1875) 2002,3231,3232




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1 M Robert M. DEVEAUX 4097

         Born: Abt 1848 - Richland County, South Carolina 4097
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2 M Stephen G. DEVEAUX 4097

         Born: Abt 1850 - Richland County, South Carolina 4097
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3 F Sarah E. DEVEAUX 4097

         Born: Abt 1852 - Richland County, South Carolina 4097
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General Notes: Husband - Stephen L. DEVEAUX

Stephen L. DEVEAUX is named as the husband of S. E. GOODWYN in Green's "History of Richland County", page 348.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 9: 168 171 Stephen L. DEVEAUX 34 M Merchant --- 1000 SC; -- Sarah E. 29 F SC; -- Robert M. 11 M SC; -- Stephen G. 10 M SC; -- Sarah E. 8 F SC.
Next door are Sarah E. DEVEAUX's parents and a sister:
167 170 Robert H. GOODWYN 65 M Bank Officer 8,000 10,000 SC; -- Charlotte A. 61 F SC; -- Mary Eugenia 26 F SC.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Elliott GOODWYN

Sarah Eliott GOODWYN is named as a daughter (S. E.) in the 1861 Will of her father, Robert H. GOODWYN, Sr. She married Stephen L. DEVEAUX.
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Charles Givens DEW and Bessie LANE




Husband Charles Givens DEW

         Born: 10 January 1866 - Tennessee
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Wife Bessie LANE

         Born: 1870 - Tennessee
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       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery


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1 F Maude Ramsey DEW

         Born: 9 October 1909 - Tennessee
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         Marr: After 1930



General Notes: Husband - Charles Givens DEW

Master Cemetery Index Page 214
DEW Bessie Lane 1870 1958 Greenwood Cemetery, St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL
DEW Charles Givens 1866 1916 Greenwood Cemetery, St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL (http://www.rootsweb.com/http://www.rootsweb.com/~fljackso/mindexes/cemeteries/index214.htm)
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Lawrence Austin McCAULEY and Wilhelmina DEXTER




Husband Lawrence Austin McCAULEY 3595

         Born: 6 February 1903 - Devil's Lake, Ramsey County, North Dakota
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       Father: Nelson McCAULEY (1866-1945) 3595
       Mother: Mary Angeline CASADY (1873-1970) 3589,3594,3595


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Wife Wilhelmina DEXTER

         Born: 1905
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Nathaniel B. DIAL and Ruth MITCHELL




Husband Nathaniel B. DIAL 2612,4098

         Born: April 1861 - South Carolina 4098
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Wife Ruth MITCHELL 2612,2623,4098

         Born: December 1863 - South Carolina 4098
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       Father: John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL (1826-1908) 2611,2612
       Mother: Frances Matilda ODELL (1834-1868) 2611,2612




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General Notes: Husband - Nathaniel B. DIAL

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Laurens County, Laurens Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1533 Page: 258: 416 417 DIAL Nathanel B. Head W M April 1861 39 M 16 SC SC SC President of Bank; -- Ruth M. Wife Dec 1863 36 M 16 5 1 SC SC SC; -- Haskell Son W M Sept 1884 15 S SC SC SC; -- Mitchell Son W M Aprl 1887 13 S SC SC SC; -- We__ Dau W F July 1889 10 S SC SC SC; -- Rebecca Dau W F Feby 1894 6 S SC SC SC; -- Ruth E. Dau W F May 1896 4 S SC SC SC.
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Ken DIAZ and Carmen L. LIGHTCAP




Husband Ken DIAZ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Carmen L. LIGHTCAP (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt Thomas Marpun LIGHTCAP, II, USA, WWII (1926-2011)
       Mother: Carolyn COOK




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Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS and Agnes Frances DIBBLE




Husband Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS 2176,2839

         Born: 17 January 1862 - Orangeburg, South Carolina 4099
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         Died: 22 April 1939 - Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina


       Father: Capt. William Crawford MOSS, CSA (1819-1902) 25,3219
       Mother: Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR (1829-After 1915) 2176,3219


     Marriage: 16 November 1892 135



Wife Agnes Frances DIBBLE 133,1017,2840

         Born: 3 December 1866 - South Carolina 2839
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         Died: 23 June 1941
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina


       Father: Samuel DIBBLE (1837-1913) 133,135
       Mother: Mary LEWIS (1844-      ) 133




Children
1 M Samuel Dibble MOSS 1017,2839

         Born: 21 January 1894 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 43
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         Died: 4 February 1965 - South Carolina 43
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Spouse: Merle Louise BLACKMON 2176,2840
         Marr: 1917 1017


2 M Benjamin Hart MOSS

         Born: 3 December 1896 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 13 December 1897 - Orangeburg, South Carolina
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3 F Mary Caroline MOSS 2176,2839

         Born: 8 July 1900 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 2839
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         Died: March 1978 - Spartanburg County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John West HARRIS 2176
         Marr: 1924 1017


4 F Agnes Henley MOSS 2176,2839

         Born: Abt 1909 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 2839
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       Spouse: William PRIER (living)


5 U MOSS

         Born: Cir 1905 2839
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         Died: Bef 1910 2839
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS

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

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

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




Husband Whitefield W. WATSON 1747,1749

         Born: March 1872 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4100
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       Father: Rev. Artemus Briggs WATSON (1846-1912) 17,699,1747,2594
       Mother: Angeline Rachel WANNAMAKER (1848-1883) 1747,2510


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Wife Mary Henley DIBBLE 1747

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       Father: Samuel J. DIBBLE (1837-1913)
       Mother: Mary Christiana LOUIS (1844-1922)




Children
1 M Whitefield Dibble WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Mary Louis WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Samuel Dibble WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Angelina Wannamaker WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Milton Cooper MAYES, Jr. (living)


5 F Agnes Adele WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M Elizabeth Henley WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Whitefield W. WATSON

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia; Series: T623 Roll: 1539 Page: 144:
1616 261 299 RANSOM Ellis R. Head W F Aug 1865 34 Wd 2 1 MS CT AL; ...; WATSON, W. W. Boarder W M Mch 1872 28 S SC SC SC Cashier Newspaper.
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Samuel DIBBLE and Mary LEWIS




Husband Samuel DIBBLE 133,135

         Born: 16 September 1837 - Charleston County, South Carolina 134
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 September 1913 - Maryland
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina
     Marriage: Abt 1865



Wife Mary LEWIS 133

         Born: June 1844 - South Carolina 134
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       Father: Deopold LEWIS (Abt 1817-Bef 1900) 133
       Mother: Ann A. --?-- (1818-After 1900) 133




Children
1 F Agnes Frances DIBBLE 133,1017,2840

         Born: 3 December 1866 - South Carolina 2839
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         Died: 23 June 1941
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Spouse: Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS 2176,2839
         Marr: 16 November 1892 135


2 M Samuel DIBBLE, Jr. 133

         Born: November 1868 - South Carolina 134
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3 M Lewis Virgil DIBBLE 133,134

         Born: February 1873 - South Carolina 134
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4 F Mary H. DIBBLE 133

         Born: December 1874 - South Carolina 134
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General Notes: Husband - Samuel DIBBLE

"Samuel Dibble (September 16 , 1837 - September 16 , 1913 ) was a U.S. Representative from South Carolina. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, Dibble pursued an academic course in Bethel, Connecticut, and Charleston, South Carolina. He attended the College of Charleston for two years, and was graduated from Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina, in 1856. He engaged in teaching 1856-1858. He studied law. He was admitted to the bar in 1859 and commenced practice in Orangeburg, South Carolina. He served in the Confederate States Army throughout the Civil War . He resumed the practice of law in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Also edited the Orangeburg News. He served as member of the State house of representatives in 1877 and 1878. Trustee of the University of South Carolina at Columbia in 1878. He served as member of the Board of School Commissioners of Orangeburg County. He served as delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1880. Presented credentials as a Democratic Member-elect to the Forty-seventh Congress to fill a vacancy thought to exist by reason of the death (pending a contest) of Michael P. O'Connor, and served from June 9, 1881, to May 31, 1882, when the seat was awarded to Edmund W.M. Mackey under the original election. Dibble was elected to the Forty-eighth and to the three succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1883 -March 3, 1891). He served as chairman of the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (Forty-ninth and Fiftieth Congresses). He declined to be a candidate for reelection in 1890. He engaged in banking and other business interests in Orangeburg, South Carolina . He died near Baltimore, Maryland, September 16 , 1913. He was interred in Sunny Side Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina. (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Dibble, Source: Samuel Dibble, Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.)

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg; Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 247: 27 28 LEWIS Deopold (sic) W M 63 M Dry goods merchant Strasburg Strasburg Strasburg; -- Ann W F 62 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; 28 29 DIBBLE Samuel W M 42 Son-in-law M Lawyer SC SC SC; -- Mary W F 34 Dau M At home SC SC SC; -- Agnes F. W F 13 GrDau At school SC SC SC; -- Samuel. Jr. W M 11 Son At school SC SC SC; -- Lewis W M 7 Son At school SC SC SC; -- Mary H. W F 5 Dau At home SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orange Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1538 Page: 136: Russell St -- 15 16 DIBBLE Samuel Head W M Sep 1837 62 M 36 SC CT SC Lawyer; -- Mary C. Wife W F June 1844 55 M 36 4 4 SC Germany SC; -- Samuel Jr. Son W M Nov 1868 31 S SC SC SC Surveyor; -- L. Virgil Son W M Feb 1873 27 S SC SC SC Cotton buyer; -- Mary H. Dau W F Dec 1874 25 S SC SC SC; LEWIS Ann A. M-in-law W F Jan 1818 82 Wd - 1 1 SC SC SC.
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Samuel J. DIBBLE and Mary Christiana LOUIS




Husband Samuel J. DIBBLE

         Born: 16 September 1837 - Charleston County, South Carolina
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         Died: 16 September 1913 - Maryland
       Buried:  - Sunny Side Cemetery, Orangeburg County, South Carolina
     Marriage: 10 November 1864



Wife Mary Christiana LOUIS

         Born: 22 June 1844 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 25 October 1922
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Children
1 F Mary Henley DIBBLE 1747

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       Spouse: Whitefield W. WATSON 1747,1749



General Notes: Husband - Samuel J. DIBBLE

"Whitfield W. Watson, married May, daughter of the Hon. Samuel J. Dibble,... Other children of Dr. W. W. Wannamaker were:... A son bears the honored patronymic of ''Treutlen." " (Revolutionary Reader: REMINISCENCES AND INDIAN LEGENDS, compiled by Sophie Lee Foster, State Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga.; Byrd Printing Company, 1913, Copyrighted 1913, p. 203, http://www.archive.org/stream/revolutionaryrea00fostiala/revolutionaryrea00fostiala_djvu.txt)

Dibble, Samuel 1837-1913:
DIBBLE, Samuel, a Representative from South Carolina; born in Charleston, S.C., September 16, 1837; pursued an academic course in Bethel, Conn., and Charleston, S.C.; attended the College of Charleston for two years, and was graduated from Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C., in 1856; engaged in teaching 1856-1858; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1859 and commenced practice in Orangeburg, S.C.; served in the Confederate Army throughout the Civil War; resumed the practice of law in Orangeburg, S.C.; also edited the Orangeburg News; member of the State house of representatives in 1877 and 1878; trustee of the University of South Carolina at Columbia in 1878; member of the Board of School Commissioners of Orangeburg County; delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1880; presented credentials as a Democratic Member-elect to the Forty-seventh Congress to fill a vacancy thought to exist by reason of the death (pending a contest) of Michael P. O'Connor, and served from June 9, 1881, to May 31, 1882, when the seat was awarded to Edmund W.M. Mackey under the original election; elected to the Forty-eighth and to the three succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1883-March 3, 1891); chairman, Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (Forty-ninth and Fiftieth Congresses); declined to be a candidate for reelection in 1890; engaged in banking and other business interests in Orangeburg, Orangeburg County, S.C.; died near Baltimore, Md., September 16, 1913; interment in Sunny Side Cemetery, Orangeburg, S.C. (http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=D000300)

Snippits:
"Born September 16, 1837, in Charleston, S.C., to Philander Virgil Dibble and Frances Ann Evans

Relative of 19th U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes

First graduate from Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C., 1856

Admitted to the S.C. Bar in 1859

Enlisted and served as a sergeant and lieutenant in the 25th S.C.V. (Edisto Rifles, Eutaw Regiment)

Participated in Battle of First Manassas, July 21, 1861

Participated in the Battle of Secessionville, June 16, 1862

Captured by Union troops on Long Island, South Carolina, on July 8, 1863, and sent to Hilton Head and later to Johnson's Island

Released from Johnson's Island in late October, 1864

Married Mary Christiana Louis (daughter of Deopold Louis and Anna Hall) on November 10, 1864

Resumed service in 25th S.C.V. in January 1865

Captured by Union troops at Town Creek, N.C., in February 1865 and sent to Fort Delaware

Four children: Frances Agnes Dibble, Samuel Dibble II, Louis Virgil Dibble, and Mary Henley Dibble

Member, S.C. House of Representatives, 1877-78

Trustee, University of South Carolina, 1878

United States Congressman, 1881-82, 1883-91

Died September 16, 1913, near Baltimore, Md.

Buried in Sunny Side Cemetery, Orangeburg, S.C."
(http://dibblebook.tripod.com/id3.html)
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Joseph W. B. TAYLOR and Helen DICKERSON




Husband Joseph W. B. TAYLOR

         Born: 15 May 1914 - North Carolina
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         Died: 12 December 1995
       Buried:  - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina


       Father: Albert Elmore TAYLOR (1879-1958)
       Mother: Gertrude MOORE (1881-1939)


     Marriage: 



Wife Helen DICKERSON

         Born: 3 March 1916
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         Died: 17 February 2011
       Buried:  - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina


Children
1 F Rosa TAYLOR (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Joseph W. B. TAYLOR

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K48B-7DX : accessed 06 May 2014), Helen Taylor in household of Joseph Taylor, Darlington, School District 2 Darlington, Darlington, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 16-2, sheet 2B, family 49, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 3802.
118 TAYLOR, Joseph Head M W 25 M NC Local manager Farm Credit
-- Helen Wife F W 24 M GA
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TAYLOR, Rosa Dau F W 8/12 S SC
-- Robert Brother M W 11 S SC
On 1 April 1935, Joseph resdied in Columbia South Carolina; Helen in Rural Georgia; and Robert in Florence South Carolina.

Joseph W. B. Taylor is buried in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 122941612:

JOSEPH W B TAYLOR
US ARMY AIR CORPS
WORLD WAR II
MAY 15 1914 DEC 12 1995

The memorial links to those of his parents, Albert Elmore Taylor (1879 - 1958) and Gertrude Moore Taylor (1881 - 1939), his wife, Helen Dickerson Taylor (1916 - 2011), and siblings, Rosa Elmore Taylor (1903 - 1922) and Albert Elmore Taylor (1910 - 1930).


General Notes: Wife - Helen DICKERSON

Helen Dickerson Taylor is buried in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 122941619:

HELEN DICKERSON TAYLOR
MARCH 6, 1916 FEBRUARY 17, 2011

Her memorial links to that of her husband, Joseph W. B. Taylor (1914 - 1995).

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James P. STONEROAD and Mary Belle DICKERSON




Husband James P. STONEROAD 1328

         Born: 7 September 1855 - Pennsylvania 162
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         Died: 16 November 1907 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1328
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 4 December 1893 - Montgomery County, Alabama 1328



Wife Mary Belle DICKERSON 162

         Born: 24 May 1861 - Alabama
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         Died: 14 July 1938 - Butler County, Alabama
       Buried: 14 July 1938 - Magnolia Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama


       Father: Robert Benjamin DICKERSON (Cir 1830-      )
       Mother: Jane GOFFNEY



 Other Spouse: James Ralph BURNETT, Jr. 1329,3320 - 23 February 1881 - Butler County, Alabama


Children
1 F Frances Paul STONEROAD 162

         Born: April 1895 - Alabama 1328
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2 M Joel STONEROAD 1328

         Born: 3 November 1898 - Butler County, Alabama 1328
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         Died: 22 June 1901 - Butler County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - James P. STONEROAD

Before 1895, James P. Stoneroad married Mary Belle Dickerson, the widow of James Russell Burnett.

In the 1900 census, Mary Belle STONEROAD is listed as a "widow" in Butler County, Alabama. Her children by J. P. are Frances and Joel, under age 6.

J. P. STONEROAD DEAD
Former Citizen of Montgomery Expires in Georgia.
Greenville, Nov. 18 - A telegram received this morning announced the death of Mr. J. P. Stoneroad at Milledgeville, Ga. Mrs, Stoneroad resides here. She left on the first train for Milledgeville, where a brother of Mr. Stoneroad will meet her. They will accompany the remains to Pittsburgh, Pa., the old home of the deceased, where interment will be made. Mr. Stoneroad resided in Montgomery when he first came to this state, and afterwards moved to Greenville. He is survived by his wife and a young daughter. [The Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama, Tuesday, November 19, 1907, Page 8]

James is buried in Laurel Hill Presbyterian Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 93133864:

JAMES P. STONEROAD
BORN
SEPT. 7, 1855
DIED
NOV. 16, 1907

James headstone is shared with:

HANNAH PAULL
SECOND WIFE OF
REV. JOEL
STONEROAD
1828 - 1912


General Notes: Wife - Mary Belle DICKERSON

Mary Belle DICKERSON first married James Ralph BURNETT, Jr. He died in 1887. She married second J. P. STONEROAD on 4 December 1893 in Montgomery County, Alabama. In the 1900 census, her sons by James BURNETT are listed with the STONEROAD surname.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Greenville; Series: T623 Roll: 5 Page: 190: 220 220 STONEROAD Belle Head W F May 1864 36 M 19 5 5 AL AL AL Boarding house; -- -- [sic, BURNETT] Jesse E. Son W M Jan 1882 18 S AL AL AL; -- [sic, BURNETT] Robert Son W M Sept 1884 15 S AL AL AL; -- [sic, BURNETT] Ralph Son W M Jan 1887 13 S AL AL AL; -- Fannie Dau W F Apl 1895 S AL AL AL; -- Joel Son W M Nov 1899 S AL AL AL; DICKENSON [sic] Patrick Brother W M Dec 1853 46 S AL AL AL Farmer; -- Marlie Brother W M Jany 1875 25 M 1 AL AL AL ___ business; -- Myrtle[?] Wife W F Sept 1877 22 M 1 0 0 MI England England

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Greenville, Ward 1; Series: T624 Roll: 4 Page: 52: Conecuh St 108 117 STONEROAD Belle Head F W 45 Wd - 6 3 AL NC GA None;-- Frances Dau F W 15 S AL PA AL; BURNETT Robert E. Son M W 25 S AL AL AL Retail merchant Own store; -- Ralph Son M W 23 S AL AL AL Retail merchant Own store; DICKERSON Robert B. Brother M W 43 M1 5 AL NC GA Traveling salesman Gin Mfg Co.; -- Aileen Sister-in-law F W 26 M1 5 2 2 AL AL AL; -- Elizabeth niece F W 4 S AL AL AL; -- Ettie B. niece F W 2 S AL AL AL; McMILLAN Estelle Boarder F W 25 S AL AL AL Clerk Probate office.

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Ward 4, Greenville; Series: T625 Roll: 4 Page: 177:
1 2 BURNETT James Ralph Head M W 32 Wd AL AL AL Salesman Wholesale house; --Edith Sterner Dau F W 1 S AL AL AL;
STONERODE [sic] Bell Mother F W 56 Wd AL GA GA.

Mary Bell Stoneroad, born 24 May 1861 in Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama died 14 July 1938 in Greenville, Butler County, Alabama at age 77. She was the widow of J. P. Stoneroad and daughter of R. B. Dickerson and Jane Gafney. Her parents were born in Alabama. Mary was a housewife and resident of Greenville, Alabama. Interment was in Magnolia Cemetery on 14 July 1938. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDTL-MLR : accessed 30 Oct 2014), Mary Bell Stoneroad, 14 Jul 1938; citing reference cn 14865, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908567.]

Mary is buried in the Old Section, Square 1, Lot 71, Magnolia Cemetery, Greenville, Butler County, Alabama.

Find A Grave Memorial# 138020779.


Notes: Marriage

J. P. Stoneroad married M. B. Burnett on 4 December 1893 in Montgomery County, Alabama. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQJZ-7HM : accessed 30 Oct 2014), J. P. Stoneroad and M. B. Burnett, 04 Dec 1893; citing reference ; FHL microfilm 1492195 V. 8-10.]

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Robert Benjamin DICKERSON and Jane GOFFNEY




Husband Robert Benjamin DICKERSON

         Born: Cir 1830
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Wife Jane GOFFNEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Mary Belle DICKERSON 162

         Born: 24 May 1861 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 July 1938 - Butler County, Alabama
       Buried: 14 July 1938 - Magnolia Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: James Ralph BURNETT, Jr. 1329,3320
         Marr: 23 February 1881 - Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: James P. STONEROAD 1328
         Marr: 4 December 1893 - Montgomery County, Alabama 1328



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John T. HARRISON and Lula DICKEY




Husband John T. HARRISON

         Born: 1862 - McLennan County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 1911 - McLennan County, Texas
       Buried:  - First Street Cemetery


       Father: General, Dr. Richard HARRISON, CSA (1821-1876)
       Mother: Emma BUCK (Abt 1838-      )


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Wife Lula DICKEY

         Born: Cir 1865
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Children

General Notes: Husband - John T. HARRISON

"John T. HARRISON, 1862-1911. A native of Mississippi. Son of General Richard HARRISON and Mary Tompkins HARRISON. Husband of Lula Dickey HARRISON, 1868-1896. In 1880, he received his A.B. degree from Baylor University and received his B.L. degree from St. Louis Law School. Formed a law practice with A. M. Harris. Elected justice of the peace in 1880 and 1890." [Some Notable Persons in First Street Cememtery of Waco, Texas, Compiled by T. Bradford Willis, DDS, MSD 2008]
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Enoch EILAND and Mary DICKEY




Husband Enoch EILAND

         Born: 1 December 1870
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 August 1962 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas
     Marriage: Bef 1910



Wife Mary DICKEY

         Born: 5 January 1868
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 October 1946 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas


Children
1 F Mary Sue EILAND

         Born: 26 June 1909
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 May 2001 - Corsicana, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas




General Notes: Husband - Enoch EILAND

Named in daughter Mary Sue's obituary.

Enoch White EILANDuried in Freestone County, Texas, Fairfield Cemetery: "Eiland, Enoch White 12/01/1870 - 08/02/1962 h/o Mary" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt)


General Notes: Wife - Mary DICKEY

Named as "Molly" in daughter Mary Sue EILAND's obituary.

Mary is buried in Freestone County, Texas, Fairfield Cemetery: "Eiland, Mary Dickey 01/05/1868 - 10/08/1946 w/o Enoch" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt)
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Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812 and Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY




Husband Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812

         Born: 3 February 1791 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1856 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: Fair Oaks Plantation


       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2852
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2852


     Marriage: 



Wife Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY

         Born: 10 October 1808 - Sumter District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 May 1893 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Lt. Col. Henry L. MITCHELL, CSA

         Born: 30 June 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 April 1900 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery



2 F Mary Ann MITCHELL

         Born: 22 December 1831 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1836
       Buried: 



3 F Frances Nelson MITCHELL

         Born: 7 April 1836
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 August 1913
       Buried: 



4 M Pvt. Richard Raines MITCHELL, CSA

         Born: 20 March 1834 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 August 1909
       Buried: 



5 M Colonel William Dixon MITCHELL, CSA

         Born: 8 January 1839
   Christened: 
         Died: 1892
       Buried: 



6 F Sarah Ann MITCHELL

         Born: 1 May 1841 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1904
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


7 M 2Lt. Robert Goodwin MITCHELL, C. S. A.

         Born: 15 July 1843 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 December 1926 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Amaretta FONDREN
         Marr: 21 January 1864


8 F Harriet Elizabeth MITCHELL

         Born: 19 September 1846
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 January 1931
       Buried: 



9 F Amy Susan MITCHELL

         Born: 7 July 1848 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 March 1919 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812

Colonel Richard MITCHELL is prominently mentioned in the biography of his son, Judge Robert G. MITCHELL.

Among others listed in the notice, RICHARD MITCHELL of Thomas County was appointed Aide-de-Camp to the Commander in Chief with the rank of Colonel. [The Georgian, Savannah, Georgia, March 6, 1828, Page 2]

Thomas-Pulaski-Laurens County GaArchives Biographies.....Mitchell, Robert G. 1843 - living in 1913
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Joy Fisher sdgenweb@yahoo.com October 19, 2004.
From: A HISTORY OF SAVANNAH AND SOUTH GEORGIA VOLUME II, William Harden, The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago and New York, 1913 p. 825-828:
JUDGE ROBERT G. MITCHELL. A man of the true and noble character for which the sons of the Southland are noted, Robert Goodwin Mitchell has played his part bravely and well in all the activities of his life. He has served his state in times of war, suffering severe wounds in the service of the cause of the Confederacy, and has served it no less efficiently in times of peace, as a legislator, and also as an industrious private citizen and a Christian gentleman. A native of the community in which he has passed the greater part of his long and honored life. Judge Mitchell was born on a plantation in Thomas county, Georgia, July 15, 1843. His father, the Hon. Richard Mitchell, was born near Petersburg, Virginia, in 1797, the son of Col. Thomas Mitchell. Col. Thomas Mitchell was a native of the Old Dominion state, and commanded a troop of cavalry in the War of the Revolution. After the colonies had been freed from the yoke of tyranny, Colonel Mitchell moved from Virginia, and settled in Montgomery county, Georgia, where he resided for some years. He finally left his home in that locality, however, and became one of the pioneer settlers of southern Georgia, establishing himself in Thomas county, on a tract of wooded land about nine miles southwest of Thomasville. There he built a log house, one of the early type, with a puncheon floor. He was the owner of a number of slaves, and set them to work to clear his land, and put it under cultivation. Colonel Mitchell is said to have been the first to grow sugar cane for market. He made what was called "sugar mush" of the cane, and hauled it in this form to the port of St. Marks, about sixty-five miles distant, for shipment to New York. This proved a profitable venture, and he continued to grow cane on his plantation until his death. He was buried on the plantation where he had lived, in the family burying ground, where his wife also sleeps. The father of the subject of this history was a mere boy when his parents moved to Georgia. Having received a good education as a foundation for success, he started out as a young man in the mercantile business at old Hartford, Pulaski county, Georgia. After a time, however, he gave up this enterprise, and moved to Thomas county, where he bought land near his father's estate, and engaged in the pursuit of agriculture. He remained on this land where he had a number of slaves at work for him, until his death, which occurred on the twelfth of February, 1856. A member of the old Whigs, Richard Mitchell always took an active interest in public affairs. His devotion to his party and to the best interests of his community were rewarded in the 30's, by his election to the state legislature, a representative from Pulaski county. Richard Mitchell was united in marriage to Sophronia Dickey, who was born near Sumpter, South Carolina, in the year 1808, and died many years after her husband, on the 17th of May, 1893, at the advanced age of eighty-five years. Sophronia Dickey Mitchell was the mother of nine children. One of these, a daughter, and the second child, died in infancy, but the rest lived to the age of maturity. Their names are as follows: Henry, Frances Nelson, Richard Baines, William Dickey, Sarah Ann, Robert Goodwin, Harriet E., and Amy Susan. After some preliminary work in the neighborhood schools, Robert Goodwin Mitchell attended Fletcher Institute, at Thomasville, and later he was a student in the preparatory department of Mercer University for one term. When but eighteen years old, he volunteered for the Confederate service at Thomasville, and was mustered in Savannah in July, 1861, as color bearer, in Company E of the Twenty-ninth Regiment. Soon after this he was appointed sergeant and at the re-organization in 1862, was made second lieutenant of his company. The Twenty-ninth was held on the coast, serving about Atlanta, and between that city and Charleston, until May, 1863, when it was sent to Mississippi as part of the command of Gen. W. H. T. Walker, for the re-enforcement of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. There Lieutenant Mitchell participated in the fighting about Jackson, and the march toward Vicksburg, and when Gen. C. C, Wilson, of the Twenty-first Regiment, was put in command of the brigade, including the Twenty-ninth, he was appointed to his staff as aide-de-camp. In this capacity he participated in the gallant and important service of Walker's division at the battle of Chickamauga, and during one siege of Chattanooga, and the battle of Missionary Ridge. General Wilson dying about this time at Ringgold, Gen. C. H. Stevens assumed the command of the brigade with his own staff, and Lieutenant Mitchell returned to his regiment, and was at once appointed adjutant, in which capacity he performed his duty brilliantly throughout the Dalton and Atlanta campaigns. He was in battle about Dalton, at Resaca, Cassville, New Hope Church, Kenesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, and was in the battle at Atlanta in which General Walker was killed, on July 22, 1864, and after serving in the entrenchments under fire following this last-named engagement, was severely wounded on the line southwest of the city, August 9, 1864. His wound entirely incapacitated him for duty during the remainder of the war, and after remaining under treatment at Macon for some time, he returned home. He was forced, however, to use crutches for six months after peace had been declared. The Twenty-ninth Regiment was commanded by Judge Mitchell's brother, Col. William Dickey Mitchell, who was severely wounded at Chickamauga. Having recovered from this wound, Colonel Mitchell joined Hood's command, and went on the Tennessee campaign, taking part in the battles of Murfreesboro, Franklin, and Nashville. He was captured in the battle of Nashville, and taken to Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, where he was detained as a prisoner of war until the contest was ended. Upon his return home he engaged in the practice of law at Thomasville, in which place he made his home, living in the honor and esteem of the entire community, and receiving many honors, among them the offices of county judge, in which capacity he was serving at the time of his death, which occurred in 1892. It was while Robert G. Mitchell was disabled from the wound he received in the war that he began the study of law, a profession in which he was destined to attain many honors. After his admission to the bar, he formed a partnership with his brother William. In 1873 he was appointed solicitor general of the southern circuit of Georgia, a position which he held for about twelve years. At the end of this time he resigned, and in 1884 was elected to the state senate, serving in the session of 1884-5. In the year 1890, he was again chosen to receive the honor of the state senatorship, and represented his district in the legislature of that year, serving in that session and that of the following year as president of the senate. Upon the consummation of his term as senator, Judge Mitchell resumed the practice of his profession, and held no public office until 1903, when he was elected judge of the superior court of the southern circuit of Georgia, to succeed Judge Hansell. He resigned from this office in 1910, having been one of the best judges the state of Georgia has ever known. Since his retirement from the judgeship, Judge Mitchell has been engaged in the peaceful pursuit of agriculture. He has a farm of about two thousand acres, situated from six to eight miles south of Thomasville. He resides in Thomasville on the outskirts of the city, in the home he has occupied since 1865. His house is a commodious frame structure, built in colonial style, with large pillars supporting the porch. It is situated about one hundred feet back from the street, in a lawn well-shaded by large oak and magnolia trees, and with an avenue of stately pecan trees leading to the door. On the 21st of January, 1864, Robert G. Mitchell was married to Amaretta Fondren, who was born in Dublin, Laurens county, Georgia, the daughter of John G. and Nancy Thompson Fondren, both natives of Laurens county. For many years Mr. Fondren was in the mercantile business in Dublin, afterward coming to Thomas county, where he bought a large tract of land, on which he employed as many as two hundred slaves. He spent the last days of his life in Thomasville, where he died before the war. Judge and Mrs. Mitchell have been blessed with nine children, who have reached maturity, and two others, Rufus L. and Harriet E., who died in childhood, aged fourteen and five years respectively. The children who have survived are as follows: Minnie Lee, Frances, Annette, Robert Goodwin, John Fondren, Emmett, Carl, Julian Raines, and Richard. Of these, Minnie Lee married Dr. W. W. Bruce, of Thomasville, and has one child, Helen; Annette is the wife of Theodosius Winn, a resident of Thomasville, and has three children, Davies, Nettie, and Sarah; Robert G., who is now an attorney of Blackshear, Georgia, is married to Mary 0. Acosta, and has eight children, Blanche Acosta, Catherine, Robert Goodwin, Emily, Eustace, Mary Lillian, Nettie Fondren, and John Gorden; John F., married Anne Montgomery; Emmett married Augusta Bowen Lathrop, and has three children, Lathrop, Emmett, and Fondren. Carl is cashier of a bank at Lyons, Georgia, and Julian R. is a resident of Kansas City, Missouri. The judge's daughters received their education in the Thomasville schools, graduating from the Young Female College. John F. took a law course at Athens, Georgia, and served three terms in the Georgia legislature and lacked but two votes of being elected speaker. Mrs. Mitchell and the judge are both members of the Missionary Baptist church, and have reared their sons and daughters in the same faith. Besides his many interests in public and private life, Judge Mitchell has found time to affiliate with the Masonic fraternity, belonging to the Thomasville lodge of that organization. He is also a member of the W. D. Mitchell Camp of Confederate Veterans. The following, which appeared in a paper in the locality in which Judge Mitchell makes his home, is a true testimonial of the esteem and honor in which he is so deservedly held: "Throughout all his career, civil and military, he has been loyal to his country, his party, and generous and public spirited. * * * He did heroic service in redeeming Georgia from the second invasion, known as the 'reconstruction,' and he is one of the old guard, never departing from the faith, always holding to the time-honored principles of his party, warning against strange doctrines and new departures." (File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/thomas/bios/gbs341mitchell.txt)

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County shows Richard Mitchell, 59, a farmer with wife, Johannia, 42, son Henry, 20, son Richard, 16, daughter, Frances, 14, son, William, 9, daughter, Sarah, 11, son, Robert, 7, daughter, Harriet, 4, daughter, Anny, 2.


General Notes: Wife - Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY

Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY was born October 10, 1808 in Sumter, Sumter District, South Carolina.

Sophronia married Robert MITCHELL on April 30, 1829 in Thomas County, Georgia. Sha and Robert had nine children.

She died on May 14, 1893 in Thomas County, GA. In her obituary in the Thomasville Weekly Times Enterprise said "Her kind, sympathetic, gentle and generous nature ever made her the object of admiration and devotion."
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DICKINSON and Georgia GASTON




Husband DICKINSON 3859

         Born: Cir 1880
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     Marriage: Abt 1900



Wife Georgia GASTON 3022,3859

         Born: Abt 1881 - Georgia 3859
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 Other Spouse: Evan Park HOWELL, Jr. 3022,3859 - Abt 1909 3859


Children
1 F Georgia DICKINSON 3859

         Born: Abt 1901 - Georgia 3859
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2 M Gardner DICKINSON 3859

         Born: Abt 1904 - Georgia 3859
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William Watson DICKINSON and Carry E. POLLARD




Husband William Watson DICKINSON

         Born: 7 March 1856 - Calhoun County, Alabama
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         Died: 10 December 1942 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Hurtsboro Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama
     Marriage: 24 February 1889 - Russell County, Alabama



Wife Carry E. POLLARD

         Born: 25 January 1869 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 September 1890 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Hurtsboro Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama


       Father: James Marshall POLLARD, CSA (1847-1915)
       Mother: Sarah Juliette DANIEL (1850-1937) 177,2365




Children
1 F Viva E. DICKINSON

         Born: 6 April 1890 - Russell County, Alabama
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         Died: 9 November 1890 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Hurtsboro Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - William Watson DICKINSON

William Watson Dickinson married Carrie Eleanor Pollard in 1889. Their daughter Viva E. was born on 6 April 1890 and died at age 7 months and 3 days. Carrie died September 10, 1890.

William W. Dickinson married Lucie Lamar on 13 September 1892 in Russell County, Alabama. ["Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957,"]

Wm Watson Dickinson died 10 December 1942 in Hurtsboro, Russell County, Alabama at age 87. He was the son of Mark S. Dickinson and Sarah Scott and the husband of Lucy Lawson Dickinson. ["Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974,"]

William is buried in Plot A118, Hurtsboro Cemetery, Hurtsboro, Russell County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 57369778 lists his birth on Mar. 7, 1856 and his death on Dec. 10, 1942. The memorial links his later spouse, Lucy Dickinson (1873 - 1954).


General Notes: Wife - Carry E. POLLARD

Carrie Eleanor Pollard Dickinson is buried in Hurtsboro Cemetery, Hurtsboro, Russell County, Alabama. A pictureof her headdstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 37332321:

CARRIE ELEANOR
WIFE OF
W. W. DICKINSON
BORN JAN. 25, 1869
DIED SEP. 10, 1890


Notes: Marriage

W. W. Dickinson married Carrie Ellenor Pollard on 24 February 1889 in Russell County, Alabama. S. G. Boyd, M. G. officiated. []"Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957,"

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Eugene E. GILL and Audrey L. DICKSON




Husband Eugene E. GILL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Audrey L. DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Cook DICKSON (1879-1943)
       Mother: Irene HINOTE (1889-1973)




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James Cook DICKSON and Irene HINOTE




Husband James Cook DICKSON 3801

         Born: 29 November 1879 - Florida 3802
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         Died: 3 March 1943 - Escambia County, Florida
       Buried:  - St. John's Cemetery


       Father: Pvt Marmaduke DICKSON, CSA (1845-1912) 3800
       Mother: Hattie Ann COOK (1855-1930) 1717


     Marriage: 10 April 1910 - Escambia County, Florida



Wife Irene HINOTE 3802,3803

         Born: 9 April 1889 - Escambia County, Florida 43
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         Died: 11 June 1973 - Escambia County, Florida 4101
       Buried:  - St. John's Cemetery 4101


       Father: Augustus G. HINOTE (1865-1958) 3803
       Mother: Sparta C. GARRETT (1869-1963) 3803




Children
1 M William Earl DICKSON 3675,4101

         Born: 1911 - Escambia County, Florida 3675
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2 F Hattie DICKSON 3675

         Born: 1913 - Escambia County, Florida 3675
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3 M Harvey DICKSON 3675

         Born: 1915 - Escambia County, Florida 3675
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4 M Bruce Hinote DICKSON 43,3675

         Born: 17 April 1917 - Escambia County, Florida 43
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         Died: 18 January 1985 - Escambia County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Bayview Memorial Park
       Spouse: Emily Juanita COOPER 3673
         Marr: 28 May 1939 - Escambia County, Florida


5 M Marvin C. DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M James V. DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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7 F Audrey L. DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Eugene E. GILL (living)


8 F Hazel DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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9 F Helen DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James Cook DICKSON

William B. DICKSON married Emily COTTON.

The 1850 U.S. Census, Slave Scedule, Florida Jackson County, list 27 slaves owned by William B. DICKSON.

1860 U.S. Census, Florida, Jackson County, Marianna P O; Series: M653 Roll: 107 Page: 801:
497 497 William B. DICKSON 45 M Farmer 6720 17, 315 NC;
Emily " 40 F NC;
William " 18 M FL;
Marmaduke " 14 M FL;
Edward H. " 12 M FL;
Susan S. " 10 F FL;
Emily B. " 8 F FL.

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Jackson County, Outside of Marianna, Marianna P O:
Series: M593 Roll: 130 Page: 300:
400 319 DICKSON Emily 46 F W At home 2000 200 NC;
-- Susan 16 F W At home FL;
-- Belle 12 F W At home FL.

William is buried in Greenwood Methodist Church Cemetery, Jackson County, Florida. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 33293088 created by Shirley Alday on Jan 26, 2009

WILLIAM B. DICKSON
BORN SEPT. 30, 1813
DIED DEC. 23, 1863

The memorial lists his birth in Scotland Neck, Halifax County, North Carolina, and his death in Greenwood, Jackson County, Florida.

1880 U.S. Census, Florida, Jackson County, No Twp; Series: T9 Roll: 128 Page: 587:
335 340 DICKSON M. W M 33 Laborer FL GA GA;
-- Hattie W F 25 Wife House keeper FL NC NC;
-- Rachel W F 4 Dau SC SC SC;
-- Emily W F 2 Dau FL FL SC;
-- James W M 6/12 Son FL FL SC.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Jackson County, District 11; Series: T623 Roll: 171 Page: 337:
202 203 DICKSON Marmaduke* Head W M Sep 1845 54 M 27 FL NC NC Farmer;
-- Hattie _. Wife W F Jan 1855 45 M 27 10 9 SC SC SC;
-- May R. Dau W F May 1877 23 S FL FL SC;
-- Emily Dau W F June 1878 21 S - 1 1 FL FL SC;
-- James Son W M April 1880 20 S FL FL SC;
-- Robbrit [sic] Son W M July 1882 17 S FL FL SC;
-- Anne Dau W F March 1885 15 S FL FL SC;
-- Bell Dau W F April 1887 13 S FL FL SC;
-- Jennie Dau W F Jan 1889 11 S FL FL SC;
-- Maggie DAU W F Aug 1890 9 S FL FL SC;
-- Mittie Dau W F Sep 1892 7 S FL FL SC;
-- Marmaduke Son W M March 1896 4 S FL FL SC.
[illegible] [Tom?] B. GrSon M W Jully 1899 11/12 S FL TX FL.
[*Indexed at Heritage Quest as "William." RLD]

1910 U.S. Census, Florida, Escambia County, Muscogee; Series: T624 Roll: 160 Page: 101: 140 56 69 DICKSON James W. Head M W 36 M1 16 FL FL GA Lumber inspector Lumber mill; -- Mittie Wife F W 37 M1 16 5 5 FL SC GA; [5 children];
[residing with James and Mittie]
140 56 70 DICKSON James C. Head M W 31 M1 0/12 FL FL FL Laborer Lumber mill;
-- Irene Wife F W 21 M1 0/12 FL AL FL.

1920 U.S. Census, Florida, Escambia County, Pct 1, Muscogee; Series: T625 Roll: 220 Page: 214: 13 13 DICKSON J. C. Head M W 40 M FL FL FL Lumber Marker Saw mill; -- Irene Wife F W 28 M FL AL AL; [next page] DICKSON Earl Son M W 8 S FL FL FL; -- Hattie Dau F W 6 S FL FL FL; -- Harvey Son M W 4 S FL FL FL; -- Bruce Son M W 29/12 - FL FL FL; -- Marvin Son M W 10/12 - FL FL FL.

1935 Florida Population Census, Escambia County, Pensacola, Precinct Number: 031, Lines 30-38:
DICKSON James 12 N. D. 55 Husband Fla Grammar Rents Watchman
-- Irene 12 N. D. 46 Wife Ala. Grammar Rents House-wife
-- Harvey 12 N. D. 19 Son Fla. High Rents School
-- Bruce 12 N. D. 17 Son Fla. High Laborer Oil Co.
-- Marvin 12 N. D. 16 Son Fla. High Rents School
-- James 12 N. D. 13 Son Fla. Grammar School
-- Hillary 12 N. D. 10 Son Fla. Grammar Rents School
-- Hazel 12 N. D. 8 Dau Fla. Grammar Rents School
-- Audrey 12 N. D. 5 Dau Fla Grammar Rents School
[FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2425156, Digital Folder Number: 4280091, Image Number: 01273, Collection: Florida State Census, 1935]

James is buried in Section 55, Saint John's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida. A picture of James' headstone, shared with his wife Irene, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 29603927 created by Doug Lindsey on Sep 05, 2008:

DICKSON
JAMES C. IRENE H.
NOV. 29, 1879* APRIL 9, 1889
MARCH 3, 1943 JUNE 11, 1973

*A 7 is engraved over an 8 correcting the date of birth to 1879.


General Notes: Wife - Irene HINOTE

Obituary:
MRS. 1RENE HINOTE DICKSON
Mrs. Irene Hinote Dickson, 84, of 12 N. "D" St., died Monday afternoon in a local hospital.
Mrs. Dickson, widow of James C. Dickson, was a life long resident of Pensacols and a member of the Richards Memorial United Methodist Church.
Survivors include five sons, William E. Dickson, Bruce H. Dickson, and Marvin C. Dickson, all of Pensacola, James V. Dickson of Elberta, Ala., and Harvey Dickson of Beaumont, Tex.; four daughters, Mrs. Audrey Gill of Pensacola, Mrs. Hattie Hancock of Waverly, Va., Mrs. Haxel Eckerle of Elberta, Ala., and Mrs. Helen Cooperider of Summerset, Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. Elsie Ham, Mrs. annie B. Jones, Mrs. Sparta Yonker and Mrs. Margarette Teate, all of Pensacola; a brother, Carl T. Hinote of Beaumont, Tex., 37 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Fisher-Pou Chapel with the Rev. Robert Vaughn officiating. Pallbearers will be grandchildren. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery with Fisher-Pou Funeral Service directing.

Irene is buried in Section 55, Saint John's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida. A picture of Irene's headstone, shared with her husband, James C. Dickson, is on
Find A Grave Memorial# 29603926 created by Doug Lindsey on Sep 05, 2008:

DICKSON
JAMES C. IRENE H.
NOV. 29, 1879 APRIL 9, 1889
MARCH 3, 1943 JUNE 11, 1973

DICKSON, IRENE 09 Apr 1889 Jun 1973 84 32501 (Pensacola, Escambia, FL) (none specified) Florida 262-34-8345 [SSDI]


Notes: Marriage

James C. Dickson married Irene Hinote on 14 April 1910 in Escambia County, FloridaIndexing [Familysearch.org: Project (Batch) Number: M74337-8, System Origin: Florida-EASy, Source Film Number: 941005, Reference Number: p409#3015, Collection: Florida Marriages, 1837-1974]
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Captain James William DICKSON, USN and Patricia Dee EISERT




Husband Captain James William DICKSON, USN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Bruce Hinote DICKSON (1917-1985)
       Mother: Emily Juanita COOPER (1917-2010)


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Wife Patricia Dee EISERT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Blaine Emery EISERT (1915-2006)
       Mother: Edna Lucille BRYANT (1914-2009)




Children
1 F Ashley Cooper DICKSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Jeremy Lloyd DANIELL (living)



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Jesse Goodwin Butts GRAYBILL and Mary Frances DICKSON




Husband Jesse Goodwin Butts GRAYBILL

         Born: 9 October 1817 - Hancock County, Georgia
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         Died: 19 October 1894 - Gregg County, Texas
       Buried:  - Danville Cemetery, Gregg County, Texas


       Father: Michael GRAYBILL (Abt 1791-Between 1839/1840) 177
       Mother: Judith BUTTS (1794-1875) 177


     Marriage: 14 January 1841 - Hancock County, Georgia



Wife Mary Frances DICKSON

         Born: 26 December 1819 - Hancock County, Georgia
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         Died: 2 July 1906 - Gregg County, Texas
       Buried:  - Danville Cemetery, Gregg County, Texas


Children

General Notes: Husband - Jesse Goodwin Butts GRAYBILL

Jesse Goodwin Butts GRAYBILL, son of Michael GRAYBILL and Judith BUTTS, married Mary Frances DICKSON on 14 January 1841 in Hancock County, Georgia.

Find A Grave Memorial# 42269594 lists his birth on October 9, 1817 in Hancock County, Georgia, his death on October 19, 1894 in Gregg County, Texas, and his bural in Danville Cemetery in Kilgore, Gregg County, Texas.



General Notes: Wife - Mary Frances DICKSON

Mary Frances DICKSON was the wife of Jesse Goodwin Butts GRAYBILL.

Find A Grave Memorial# 42269774 list her birth on December 26, 1819 in Hancock County, Georgia, her death on July 2, 1906 in Gregg County, Texas, and her burial in Danville Cemetery, Kilgore, Gregg County, Texas.

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John FRICKS and Sarah DICKSON




Husband John FRICKS

         Born: 9 September 1809 - Surry County, North Carolina
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         Died: 16 June 1876 - Walker County, Georgia
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     Marriage: Bef 1847



Wife Sarah DICKSON

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Children
1 M Dr. Asa Tortoulette FRICKS 1276

         Born: 15 April 1847 - Georgia
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         Died: 10 August 1901 - Dade County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Virginia Almina PARK 1275,1276
         Marr: 7 September 1869



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Henry L. DIEFENBACH and Julia A. KELLY




Husband Henry L. DIEFENBACH

         Born: 1848 - South Carolina
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         Died: 8 December 1921 - Charleston County, South Carolina
       Buried: 9 December 1921 - Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina
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Wife Julia A. KELLY 959

         Born: 2 April 1858 - South Carolina 959
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         Died: 2 March 1907 - Charleston County, South Carolina
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       Father: James KELLY (1818-1890) 702,959
       Mother: Rebecca Jane RUSH (1833-1872) 702,818,959




Children

General Notes: Husband - Henry L. DIEFENBACH

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZT4-VS1 : accessed 15 Aug 2014), Henry Diefenbach in household of C Diefenbach, Christ Church, Charleston, South Carolina, United States; citing "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. 9, household ID 76, NARA microfilm publication M653; FHL microfilm 805215. Household ID: 76 , GS Film Number: 805215 , Digital Folder Number: 004296155 , Image Number: 00014
C Diefenbach M 48 Germany
Martha Diefenbach F 44 Germany
Christopher Diefenbach M 16 SC
Henry Diefenbach M 11 SC
Ellora Diefenbach F 8 SC
George Diefenbach M 6 SC
William Diefenbach M 4 SC

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 151: 318 318 KELLY James M W Retired merchant 1200 3000 NY; -- Rebecca R. 37 F W Keeping house SC; -- July [sic] A. 12 M [sic] W Attdg school SC; -- William 11 M W Attdg school SC; -- John R. 6 MW Attdg school SC; (next page, 152) 318 318 KELLY Clara E. 4 F W At home SC; -- Joseph B. 2 M W At home SC; -- Ellen R. 5/12 F W At home SC April; DUFENBACK Henry 21 M W Clerk SC.

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M69Y-HP8 : accessed 15 Aug 2014), Henry Deefenbach, Blackville, Barnwell, South Carolina, United States; citing sheet 156B, NARA microfilm publication T9. District: 27 , Sheet Number and Letter: 156B , GS Film Number: 1255220 , Digital Folder Number: 004244507 , Image Number: 00317
Henry Deefenbach Self M 31 SC
Julia Deefenbach Wife F 22 SC
Elsie Creeley Other F 40 SC
Hattie Creeley Other F 12 SC
Lindy Creeley Other F 10 SC
Culs Creeley Other F 3 SC
Horace Creeley Other M 40 SC

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6C5-7XG : accessed 15 Aug 2014), Henry L Diefenbach, Sullivans Island, Charleston, South Carolina, United States; citing sheet 1B, family 23, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821688. District: 97 , Sheet Number and Letter: 1B , Household ID: 23 , Line Number: 91 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T625 , GS Film number: 1821688, Digital Folder Number: 004384814 , Image Number: 01166
Henry L Diefenbach Head W M 68 Wd SC Germany Germany

Postmaster Henry L. Diefenbach, in charge of the post office at Moultrieville, who was wounded by some person within the building, as he was about to open for business yesterday morning, was resting easily this afternoon. He will probably leave the post hospital in a day or two.
[The Evening Post, Charleston, South Carolina, Wednesday, August 10, 1921, Page 9]

Henry L. Deifenbach, born in South Carolina, died 8 December 1921 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina at age 73. He was single [sic] and was a postmastrer. His parents were born in Germany. Informant was Mrs. Jas. Kelly of 44 Society St. Interment was in Blackville, South Carolina on 9 December 1921. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9FH-SX8 : accessed 15 Aug 2014), Henry L. Diefenbach, 08 Dec 1921; citing Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, 18633, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1913607.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 95378722


General Notes: Wife - Julia A. KELLY

Julia A. Kelly, daughter of James Kelley and Rebecca Rush, married Henry L. Diefenbach. A picture of her headstone in Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, South Carolina, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 95378750:

IN MEMEMORIAM
JULIA A.
WIFE OF
H. L. DIEFENBACH
APRIL 2, 1858
MARCH 2, 1907

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Gerhard Heinrich DIEKE and Sally Cary Fairfax HARRISON




Husband Gerhard Heinrich DIEKE

         Born: 20 August 1901 - Rheda, Germany
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         Died: 25 August 1965 - Aberdeen, Scotland
       Buried: 29 August 1965 - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia
     Marriage: 8 June 1938 - Fairfax County, Virginia



Wife Sally Cary Fairfax HARRISON 3575

         Born: 7 February 1913 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 23 July 1989
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia


       Father: Fairfax HARRISON (1869-1938)
       Mother: Hetty CARY (1871-1943)




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General Notes: Husband - Gerhard Heinrich DIEKE

Gerhard Heinrich Dieke, (Rheda, Germany, 1901 '96 Aberdeen, Scotland, August 26, 1965) was a German/U.S. physicist. He was a pioneer in investigating the structure of atoms and molecules by spectroscopic methods. Dieke studied at the University of Leiden under Paul Ehrenfest, and received a Ph.D. in physics at the University of California in 1926. After completing his graduate studies, he worked at the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research in Tokyo and in 1929 he was Dirk Coster's assistant at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Dieke joined the Department of Physics at Johns Hopkins University in 1930 as an associate professor, and he later served as chairman of the department, 1950-1965. [http://research.omicsgroup.org/index.php/Gerhard_Heinrich_Dieke]

The List or Manifest of Alien Passengers for the United States Immigration Officer at Port of Arrival shows Professor Gerhard Diete, age 28, Nationality Holland, Race Holland, born in Rheda, Germany, Visa number 88 issued in Rotterdam on 23 November 1929, Last residence in Groningen, Holland, arrived at the Port of New York on 3 February 1930 aboard the S. S. George Washington which sailed from Hamburg on 22 January 1930.[New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909, 1925-1957 4671 - vol 10172-10173, Feb 3, 1930]

Gerhard married Sally Cary Fairfax Harrison on 8 June 1938.

On May 4, 1944, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Dieke attended the unveiling of a portrait of Hetty Cary Harrison by Ivan O'Linsky.

Gerhard Dieke, born August 20, 1901, died in August 1965, aged 63 years, 11 months. His social security number was issued in Maryland. [Social Security Death Index]

Gerhard H. Dieke was buried in Plot O-FH-15-2, Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia on August 29, 1965. A picture of his tombstome, shared with his wife is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24427284:

GERHARD H. DIEKE
20 VIII 1901 - 25 VII 1965
Son of Gerard Dieke
And Bertha Fischer
Professor of Physics in the
Johns Hopkins University
1939 - 1965
Married 8 VI 1938
To
SALLY HARRISON
7 II 1913 - 23 VII 1989
Daughter of
Fairfax Harrison
And Hetty Cary
R. I. P.

Biographical Note: Gerhard H. Dieke was an authority on spectroscopy and solid state physics and a professor of physics, The Johns Hopkins University. He was born in Rheda, Germany in 1901. He studed at the University of Leiden and received a Ph. D. in physics, the University of California in 1926. Dr. Dieke joined the Physics Department at Hopkins in 1930, and served as chairman of the department, 1950-1965. He was recognized at one of the pioneers in investigating the structure of atoms and molecules by spectroscopic methods. Dr. Dieke was married to astronomer, Sally Harrison Dieke (1913-1989), a faculty member at Hopkins (1966-1989). Gerhard H. Dieke died in Scotland, August 26, 1965. [http://socialarchive.iath.virginia.edu/ark:/99166/w6zg6tqz]

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General Notes: Wife - Sally Cary Fairfax HARRISON

Salley Cary Fairfax HARRISON is named on the 1930 Census for Fairfax, Virginia as "Sally C. F.", age 17, born in Virginia, living with her parents.

Sally C. Harrison, age 23, single, born 7 February 1913 in Belvoir, Virginia, and her mother, Hetty C. Harrison, age 64, married, born 6 August 1871 in Richmond, Virginia, are listed on the manifest of passengers arriving at the Port of New York on 13 October 1936 aboard the S. S. Aquitania from Southampton, England. Their address in the United States was "The PlainsVirginia." ["New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909, 1925-1957,"]

Sally married Gerhard Heinrich Diete on 8 June 1938.

Mrs. Sallie Harrison Dieke of Baltimore is named as a surviving daughter in the June 24, 1943 obituary of Mrs. Fairfax Harrison.

Sally H. Dieke, born February 7, 1913, died July 23, 1989 at age 76 years, 5 months, 16 days. Her last known residence was in Baltimore; Roland Park, Baltimore City, Maryland 21210. [Social Security Death Index]

Biographical Note: Sally Cary Fairfax Harrison Dieke was born in Belvoir, Virginia on February 7, 1913. She was the daughter of Fairfax Harrison, president of the Southern Railway. Dieke attended the Potomac and Foxcroft schools, the junior college division of George Washington University, and received a Ph.D. in chemistry from The Johns Hopkins University in 1938. Her dissertation "Some Problems in the Statistical Mechanics of Condensing Systems" was written under Joseph E. Mayer. Mayer and Dieke published two papers based on this work. Dieke spent her professional career doing research and teaching in Baltimore area colleges and universities. She was a research assistant in chemistry (1942-43) and in psychobiology (1943-53) at Hopkins. While doing research in psychobiology, Dieke published four papers with Curt P. Richter. Dieke did further chemical research and received a patent in 1962, but after 1950 Dieke devoted most of her efforts to astronomy. In that year Dieke began a nineteen year career teaching astronomy at Goucher College. During this time she was also a research assistant (1960) at the Observatoire de Paris and was leader of the Baltimore station in the Moonwatch Satellite Tracking Program of the International Geophysical Year (1957-59). Dieke also taught astronomy at Morgan State College (1956) and at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (1969-79). She also was a Research Fellow in the History of Science at Hopkins from 1966 to 1989. Outside of teaching, Dieke served on the Governor's Science Advisory Council. Beginning in the 1970s and continuing until her death in 1989, Dr. Dieke was active in environmental issues in Maryland. She was a member of the Sierra Club, the Maryland Conservation Council, and the Coastal Resources Advisory Committee. [http://ead.library.jhu.edu/ms312.xml]

Sally was buried in Plot O-FH-15-2, Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia on August 29, 1965. A picture of her tombstome, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24427285:

GERHARD H. DIEKE
20 VIII 1901 - 25 VII 1965
Son of Gerard Dieke
And Bertha Fischer
Professor of Physics in the
Johns Hopkins University
1939 - 1965
Married 8 VI 1938
To
SALLY HARRISON
7 II 1913 - 23 VII 1989
Daughter of
Fairfax Harrison
And Hetty Cary
R. I. P.


Notes: Marriage

Mrs. Fairfax Harrison announces the marriage of her daughter, Sally, to Mr. Gerhard Dieke, which took place at her home, Belvoir, in Fauquier County, at noon yesterday. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Sanford L. Rotter of The Plains... The bride was was given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Richard Harrison... Miss Maizie Baird, a niece of the bride, was maid of honor and her only attendant... Mr. Dieke had as his best man Dr. Joseph E. Mayer of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Mrs. Dieke, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. Fairfax Harrison, graduated from Foxcroft School in 1930 and was presented to society in Washington and at the Bachelors' Cotillion, in Baltimore the season of 1931. She had just received her Ph. D. in chemistry at Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Dieke is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Dieke of Holland, where he graduated from the University of Leyden in 1925. He is also a graduate of the University of California and is at present associate professor of physics at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore... Among the guests was Miss Eva Dieke, sister of the groom, who came from Holland a few days ago for the occasion. Others there were were Mrs. Harrison's two sisters, Mrs. Charles White and Mrs. Jacob Ulman, and her brother, Mr. Wilson Miles Cary, all of Baltimore, and the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. charles Baird of Glen Welby, Fauquier County. [The Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, Thursday, June 9, 1938 Page 8]

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Van Buren DILBECK and Nancy SCARBOROUGH




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       Father: James Elliott SCARBOROUGH, Jr. (1906-1966)
       Mother: Isabel Agnita WISSELL (1909-1992)



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William GREEN and Julia M. DILLARD




Husband William GREEN 4102

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Wife Julia M. DILLARD 4102

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1 M William Dillard GREEN 822,4102

         Born: 18 February 1852 - Monroe County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Cragford Cemetery
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth HAWKINS 822,4102
         Marr: 14 October 1875 - Clay County, Alabama 822



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Michael Taylor MURRAY and Mary Carroll DILLARD




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       Father: George Niles MURRAY, Jr. (1927-1994)
       Mother: Nancy BUTTS (1937-2010)


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2 F Kate MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Thomas Wellman MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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Pvt Oklis D. DILLARD, USA, WWII and Carrie E. POLLARD




Husband Pvt Oklis D. DILLARD, USA, WWII

         Born: 17 May 1907 - Stewart County, Georgia
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         Died: 14 November 1973 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Union United Methodist Church Cemetery, Marion County, Georgia
     Marriage: 29 May 1925 - Russell County, Alabama (Divorced before 1940)



Wife Carrie E. POLLARD

         Born: 24 January 1908 - Colbert County, Alabama
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         Died: 26 February 1972 - McDuffie County, Georgia
       Buried: 27 February 1972 - Dearing City Cemetery, McDuffie County, Georgia


       Father: Gerald Franklin POLLARD, Sr. (1878-1935)
       Mother: Mary Alice BLACK (1885-1931)




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1 M Joseph Franklin DILLARD (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Pvt Oklis D. DILLARD, USA, WWII

In the 1930 U.S. Census of Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, Oklis Dempsey Dillard, age 23, single, born in Georgia, as were his parents, was a lodger, occupation "Common school Transfer."

Oklis Dillard is a son of Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Dillard of Columbus, Georgia. [Morgan-Dillard Ceremony Held At Oglethorpe, The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Sunday, December 3, 1939, Page 18]

Oklis Dempsey Dillard, age 33, registered for the draft in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia, He was born 17 May 1907 in Americus, Georgia, resided at 102-H Peabody Apt., Columbus, Georgia, and was employed at Eagle Phenix Mill. The person who would always know his address was Mrs. Ela Jane Dillard, his mother. She resided in smith Station, Lee County, Georgia. He signed the registration card as "O. D. Dillard." ["Georgia World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1940-1945,"]

Husband, Oklis D. Dillard of Dearing, Georgia, is named as a survivor in the 27 February 1972 obituary of Carrie Pollard Dillard.

Oklis D. Dillard died 14 November 1973 in Richmond County, Georgia at age 66. He was a resident of McDuffie County, Georgia. Certificate Number 039628. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998,"]

Oklis D. Dillard is buried in Union United Methodist Church Cemetery, Draneville, Marion County, Georgia. A picture of his military marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 26044476:

OKLIS D DILLARD
GEORGIA
PVT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
MAY 17 1907 NOV 14 1973


General Notes: Wife - Carrie E. POLLARD

Miss Carrie E. Pollard and O. D. Dillard, of Columbus, were married Friday night at the parsonage of the Central Baptist church, of Phenix City, by the pastor, Dr. J. J. Justice. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a few friends. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, May 31, 1925, Page 8]

O. D. Dillard, age 21, married Carry E. Pollard, age 18, on 29 May 1925 in Russell County, Alabama. It was the first marriage for both. He was a resident of Ellaville, Georgia and worked as a railroad clerk. She was a resident of Brantley, Alabama. Both were Baptist. ["Alabama County Marriages, 1809-1950"]

There are two entries for Carrie Pollard in the 1940 census:
1. Carrie Pollard, age 32, widowed, resided in the home of her brother, Gerald F. Pollard, in Brantley, Crenshaw County, Alabama, She resided in the same house on 1 April 1935.
2. Carrie Pollard, age 32, divorced, resided in the home of her sister, Marjorie and husband Murray Pinckard, in Troy, Pike County, Alabama. She resided in rural Crenshaw County, Alabama on 1 April 1935.

Carrie and Oklis D. Dempsey remarried. Their son, Joseph Franklin was born in 1946.

Carrie Dillard, born Friday, January 24, 1908, died in February 1972 at age 64. Her social security number was issued in Virginia. Her last known residence was in Dearing, McDuffie County, Georgia 30808. [Social Security Death Index]

Obituary: Mrs. Carrie Pollard Dillard, 64, died at a local hospital. She was a native of Brantley, Ala., and a daughter of the late Gerald F. Pollard and Mary Alice Black Pollard. She was a member of the Dearing United Methodist Church, a member of the WSCS, the Variety Club of Dearing. Survivors include her husband, Oklis D. Dillard, Dearing; a son Joseph F. Dillard, Decatur, Ala.; a brother, Charlie B. Pollard, Conroe, Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Pinckard, Brantley, Ala.; Mrs. Odell Cross, Brundidge, Ala.; Mrs. Mary K. Kelly, Dearing. Graveside funeral services will be held at 4:30 p.m. today at the Dearing Cemetery with the Rev. B. J. Huffman officiating. Pallbearers will be John Harry Reeves, G. C. Garrison, Rudy Hobbs, Calvin Neal, Thomas Black, Ronnie Kelly, Bill Fitzgerald, Danny McClure. Friends may call at S. A. Blanchard Funeral Home or at the residence. Dearing. [The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, February 27, 1972, Page A13]

Carrie Pollard Dillard is buried in Dearing City Cemetery, Dearing, McDuffie County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 152767807:

CARRIE POLLARD
DILLARD
JAN. 24, 1908
FEB. 26, 1972


Notes: Marriage

O. D. Dillard, age 21, married Carry E. Pollard, age 18, on 29 May 1925 in Russell County, Alabama. It was the first marriage for both. He was a resident of Ellaville, Georgia and worked as a railroad clerk. She was a resident of Brantley, Alabama. Both were Baptist. ["Alabama County Marriages, 1809-1950"]
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Emory WINSHIP and Katherine Mary DILLON




Husband Emory WINSHIP 882

         Born: February 1872 - Georgia 2116
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       Father: Captain Emory WINSHIP (Abt 1829-Bef 1900) 883
       Mother: Elizabeth Matilda ALEXANDER (1838-1918) 882,884


     Marriage: 3 November 1904 - San Francisco, California



Wife Katherine Mary DILLON 2117

         Born: 4 November 1877 - California
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1 M Henry Dillon WINSHIP 2117

         Born: 5 August 1905 - San Francisco, California
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       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, Georgia
       Spouse: Anne Eliza CHICHESTER
         Marr: 9 January 1926 - Macon, Georgia


2 F Katherine WINSHIP 2117

         Born: Abt 1909 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Brigadier General Thomas S. HAYES, USA



General Notes: Husband - Emory WINSHIP

"Emory Winship, another hero of the war in the Philippines, was born in Macon, Ga. His father was a captain in the Confederate army, and he is a nephew of General Philip Cook, of Georgia, a gallant soldier of the Army of Northern Virginia, prominent also in civil affairs during and after the civil war. His grandfather, Major Philip Cook, was in the war of 1812, and his great-great-grandfather, Captain John Cook, was a gallant soldier of the Revolution. His grandmother, Mrs. Isaac Winship, during the Atlanta campaign of 1864, turned her beautiful home into a hospital for Confederate soldiers, and after the war gave a great part of her time to the care of soldiers' graves and building monuments, notably those at Macon and Griffin. Emory Winship was the hero of a gallant fight at Malabon on March 5th, 1899. The following account of this affair was published in the Atlanta Constitution soon after its occurrence:
"On March 5th, at Malabon, a party of 125 marines was ordered ashore to test the strength of the enemy. Winship volunteered and was assigned to the temporary command of the Bologna, a sixty-foot tug captured from the Spanish, mounting a Hotchkiss revolving gun and manned by thirty-seven men, and the ship's steam cutter, mounting a Gatling. Winship remained on the Bologna to watch steam. The landing party foolishly advanced too far, and were suddenly set upon by a regiment of Philippinos. They were hard pressed and made for the boats, the natives in hot pursuit. Seeing this, Winship poured into the ranks of the natives a raking fire from the Hotchkiss rapid-fire gun, enabling his men to embark safely and killing thirty of the pursuing party. Commander Tausig, of the Bennington, afterwards said of the affair that Winship's coolness had been the direct means of saving the lives of 125 men.
"During the engagement he was wounded five times, but with extraordinary nerve and courage stood at his gun until the party was safely on board. He then walked into the ward-room and asked for a surgeon. He said nothing of his own condition, telling the doctor that one of his men was wounded in the shoulder. His own condition soon became apparent. He was shot through the hip and above the knee-cap, and had three smaller flesh wounds.
"This heroic conduct won for him the unstinted praise of his comrades."" [Story of the Confederate States, Joseph Tyrone Derry, p. 490]

In 1900 Emory WINSHIP, U.S. Navy, in named in the household of his brother Isaac in Bibb County, Georgia, and as a Naval officer aboard the battleship U.S.S. Iowa:
1900 U.S. Census, Military and Naval Population, U. S. Flagship Iowa, Washington, Bremerton; Series: T623 Roll: 1842 Page: 86: Line 11 WINSHIP Emory Lieutenant (J. G.) Macon, Ga. 376 College St W M Feb 1872 28 S GA GA AL.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, 3-Wd Macon; Series: T624 Roll: 173 Page: 103: Georgia Avenue 218 88 111 WINSHIP Emory Head M W 38 M1 5 GA GA GA Navy U.S.; -- Katherine Wife F W 33 M 5 2 CA IN CA; -- Dillon Son M W 4 S CA GA CA; -- Katherine Dau F W 1 S GA GA CA; and eight white household servants.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, 3-Wd Macon, 9 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 236 Page: 147: WINSHIP Emory Head O F M W 47 M GA GA GA Manager Ice & coal; -- Katherine Wife F W 45 CA CA CA; -- ??? (Dillon) Son M W 14 S CA GA CA; -- Katherine M Dau 10 S GA GA CA.
"...we move to the rear of the lot to the graves of Emory WINSHIP and his wife-this would be the second Emory, named for his father." (http://www.rosehillcemetery.org/rambles/046.htm)
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Thomas DILLON and Margaret Mary THURSTON




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       Father: Donald K. THURSTON
       Mother: Ann Shaw BLAKENEY (1931-1993)




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Ronnie DILLS and Deana JACKSON




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Thomas Blakeney KELLY and Margaret DIMASSINO




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1 F Michelle Lynn KELLY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Thomas Blakeney KELLY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Janel Marie DINKEL




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Jason William DINKEL




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Lewis DINKINS and Elizabeth SCOTT




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       Father: William SCOTT (      -1810)
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Elizabeth was named as Elizabeth DINKINS in the 1806 Will of her father, William SCOTT.
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Adam DIPROFIO and Kris NIEDER




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       Father: James R. NIEDER (1949-2003)
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Scott Alexander LACKEY and Esther Lynch DISMUKES




Husband Scott Alexander LACKEY

         Born: 27 May 1857 - Alabama
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       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas
     Marriage: 20 September 1897 - McLennan County, Texas



Wife Esther Lynch DISMUKES

         Born: 16 August 1874 - McLennan County, Texas
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       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas


       Father: Marcus Lafayette DISMUKES, CSA (1844-1914)
       Mother: Ada Byron GUNNELL (Abt 1854-1893) 4103




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1 M Robert Alexander LACKEY

         Born: Abt 1901 - McLennan County, Texas
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       Buried: 20 August 1901 - Oakwood Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas




General Notes: Husband - Scott Alexander LACKEY

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, McLennan County, Justice Precint 3; Series: T623 Roll: 1658 Page: 110:
274 278 LACKEY Scott A. Head W M May 1858 42 M 2 AL Don't know Don't know;
-- Esta [sic] Wife W F Aug 1877 22 M 2 0 0 TX TN VA;
DISMUKE Laura S-in-law W F Aug 1881 18 S TX TN VA;
GREEN George Hired hand B M Apr 1839 61 S KY Don't know Don't know.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, McLennan County, Ward 2, Waco; Series: T624 Roll: 1575 Page: 92:
529 12 13 LACKEY S. A. Head M W 52 12 AL AL AL
-- [Mrs.?] S. A. Wife F W 32 M 12 1 0 TX TN VA
DISMUKE Lara Sister-in-law F W 27 S TX TN VA;
and four boarders.
Esther has had one child born after 1900 who died before the 1910 census.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, McLennan County, Ward 2, Waco; Series: T625 Roll: 1830 Page: 128:
529 161 219 LACKEY Scott A. Head M W 50[sic] M TN TN TN Agent Real estate;
-- Esther S. Wife F W 39 M TX TX TX.
529 161 220 HARMON[?] Halbert H. Head M W 28 M TX TX TX Clerk Bank;
-- Ruth _. Wife F W 26 M TX TX TX

S. A. Lackey, son of O. A. Lackey and Margerete Davis, was born 27 May 1857 in Alabama, died 12 November 1925 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas at age 68 years, 5 months, and 15 days, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery on 15 November 1925. His parents were born in Alabama. He was married and worked as a real estate dealer. He was a resident of Waco, Texas, residing at 529 N. 10th St. Informant was Mrs. S. A. Lackey. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDLY-131 : accessed 03 Jul 2013), S.A. Lackey, 12 Nov 1925.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 114853077 records Scott Alexander's burial in Block 9 Lot 30, Oakwood Cemetery, Waco, McLennan County, Texas.


General Notes: Wife - Esther Lynch DISMUKES

Mrs. Esther Lynch Lackey, daughter of Marcus Lafayette Dismukes and Ada Byron Gunnell, was born August 16, 1874 in Texas, and died September 18, 1968 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas at age 94. She was a widow and housewife. She was a life-long resident of Waco, Texas. Informant was Dr. S. P. R. Hutchins. Esther was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas on 20 September 1968. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JXBS-CM5 : accessed 02 Jul 2013), Ada Byron Gunnell in entry for Esther Lynch Lackey, 18 Sep 1968.]


Notes: Marriage

S. A. Lackey married Esther L. Dismukes 0n 20 September 1897 in McLennan County, Texas. ["Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FXQJ-MWG : accessed 03 Jul 2013), S. A. Lackey and Esther L. Dismukes, 20 Sep 1897.]

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