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Daniell & Ditmore



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Michael Benjamin WOFFORD and Susan Juanita GEORGE




Husband Michael Benjamin WOFFORD (details suppressed for this person)

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


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Wife Susan Juanita GEORGE (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Summer Mikalya WOFFORD (details suppressed for this person)

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GERALD and Polly THOMSON




Husband GERALD 55

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Wife Polly THOMSON 55

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       Father: William H. THOMSON (Abt 1816-Bef 1900) 55,56
       Mother: Adeline Elizabeth RICE (1825-1914) 55,56




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General Notes: Wife - Polly THOMSON

This "Polly" THOMSON appears to be Pauline who married Robert W. GERALD, but "Polly" is a nickname for Mary.
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Adolphus GERALD and Sarah MITCHELL




Husband Adolphus GERALD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sarah MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John William MITCHELL (      -      )
       Mother: Rebecca BURCH (      -      )




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Perly S. GERALD and Camilla SANFORD




Husband Perly S. GERALD

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Wife Camilla SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1804
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       Father: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 424
       Mother: Martha Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1771-1827) 424




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Robert W. GERALD, Sr. and Pauline THOMSON




Husband Robert W. GERALD, Sr. 368

         Born: January 1849 - Georgia 368
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         Died: 1912 369
       Buried:  - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina
     Marriage: 1880



Wife Pauline THOMSON 56,368

         Born: 11 July 1846 - South Carolina 368
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         Died: 10 December 1922 369
       Buried:  - Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina


       Father: William H. THOMSON (Abt 1816-Bef 1900) 55,56
       Mother: Adeline Elizabeth RICE (1825-1914) 55,56




Children
1 M Robert W. GERALD, Jr. 368

         Born: August 1881 - South Carolina 368
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         Died: 22 May 1938 - Sumter County, South Carolina
       Buried: 24 May 1938 - Sumter County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Annie COSGROVE 3852
         Marr: Abt 1910


2 M Thomson GERALD 368

         Born: November 1884 - South Carolina 368
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3 M Avary GERALD 368

          AKA: Author A. GERALD 369
         Born: September 1887 - South Carolina 368
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       Spouse: Catherine --?-- 369
         Marr: Abt 1914



General Notes: Husband - Robert W. GERALD, Sr.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Williston; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 342: 58 60 GERALD Robert W. Head W M Jan 1849 51 M 19 GA GA NC Farmer; -- Pauline Wife W F July 1846 53 M 19 3 3 SC GA SC; -- Robert W. Jr. Son W M Aug 1881 18 S SC GA SC Farm laborer; -- Thomson Son W M Nov 1884 15 S SC GA SC At school; -- Avary Son W M Sept 1887 12 S SC GA SC At school.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Aiken County, Hopewell Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1447 Page: 77: 2 2 GERALD Robert W. Head M W 63 M2 29 GA GA NC Shoe maker Own shop; -- Pauline Wife F W 63 M1 29 3 3 SC SC SC.

Robert William is buried in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 133469897:

ROBERT WILLIAM GERALD
BORN 1849
DIED 1912


General Notes: Wife - Pauline THOMSON

In 1920, Pauline Thomsom GERALD, age 74, widow of Robert W. Gerald, Jr., lives with her son Avery in Richland County, South Carolina.

Pauline Gerald died 10 December 1922 in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina at age 77. She was a widowed daughter of W. H. Thomson and Adaline Rice. Her father was born in Scotland; her mother in South Carolina. Informant was A. A. Gerald of Columbia. Interment was on 12 Dec 1922, cemetery not listed. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9JF-ZJ5 : accessed 06 Oct 2014), Pauline Gerald, 10 Dec 1922; citing Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, fn 19960, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1913621.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 125878338 records Pauline's burial in Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, South Carolina. lists her birth on Jul. 11, 1846 and her death on Dec. 10, 1922

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James W. GERDES and Helen LOEFFLER




Husband James W. GERDES

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Wife Helen LOEFFLER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Walter John LOEFFLER (1892-1952)
       Mother: Ethel ROWAN (1897-1956)




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David Frederick HOTTE and June Marie GERO




Husband David Frederick HOTTE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Frederick Ulrick HOTTE
       Mother: Glenna Kay BOOSKA


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Wife June Marie GERO (details suppressed for this person)

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James Dixon LESSLIE and Nina GETTYS




Husband James Dixon LESSLIE

         Born: 13 December 1881 - York County, South Carolina
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         Died: 2 February 1937
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       Father: David Preston LESSLIE (1859-      )
       Mother: Mary Harriett ALLEN (1857-1917) 811


     Marriage: Cir 1903



Wife Nina GETTYS

         Born: Cir 1883
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Kevin GIBBO and Tracy Michelle WILLIAMS




Husband Kevin GIBBO (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Tracy Michelle WILLIAMS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Travis Wilburn WILLIAMS (1937-1968)
       Mother: Shirley Ann KILLINGWORTH



 Other Spouse: Terry Scott HARWOOD


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Robert C. GIBBS and Juanita LONG




Husband Robert C. GIBBS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Juanita LONG (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Janis GIBBS 3856

         Born: 4 September 1948 - Manatee County, Florida 3856
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         Died: 27 April 2008 - Ware County, Georgia 3856
       Buried: 30 April 2008 - Oakland Cemetery 3856
       Spouse: Harold Bradford COX, Sr. (living)



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William Hasell GIBBS and Louisa Maria HENDRICK




Husband William Hasell GIBBS

         Born: 1798 - Watertown, Massachusetts
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         Died: 1835 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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       Father: William Hasell GIBBES (1754-1834)
       Mother: Elizabeth Frances ALLSTON (1766-1806)


     Marriage: 1822



Wife Louisa Maria HENDRICK 2181

         Born: After February 1800 - South Carolina
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       Father: Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK (Cir 1760-Bef 1805) 934,1406
       Mother: Mary STANLEY (Abt 1779-1859) 934,935



 Other Spouse: Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. 2490 - 8 October 1816 - Richland County, South Carolina


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General Notes: Husband - William Hasell GIBBS

William Hasell GIBBS, born 1798, was a son of William Hasell GIBBS and Elizabeth Frances ALLSTON.

The 1820 Federal Census of South Carolina (Charleston City) lists William H. GIBBS. In his household are: 2 males under 10 years old; 2 males 16 to 26 years old (William Hasell); 1 male 45 or older (William Hasell GIBBS); 1 female 10 years old; and 1 female 45 years or older (Elizabeth Frances ALLSTON). (Notes in parentheses added.) (Posted July 29, 2003 by Susan Gibbes Martin, bugsbunny@aol.com, http://genforum.genealogy.com/gibbs/messages/3695.html)

William H. GIBBS married in 1822 Louisa Maria Hendrick RUDULPH, born about 1796 and widow of Michael. J. RUDULPH, Jr., of Richland County, South Carolina. William and Louisa removed to Lowndes County, Alabama before 1830.

1830 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County; Series: M19 Roll: 3 Page: 280:
William H. GIBBS - - 1 - 1 1 1 - - - - - - | - - - 1 1 - 1* - - - -
Reads: 1 male 10-15; 1 male 20-30; 1 male 30-40; 1 male 40-50; 1 fem 15-20; 1 fem 20-30; 1 fem 40-50* (This "1" may be a spurious mark, faint entry. The column total 7 or 8 is not clear, but if 7, as thought, there is no fem 40-50. Two other faint marks in this line were not counted in their column totals, making this a possibility. RLD)
Interpreting the above: the male 10-15 may be Robert Hendrick RUDOLPH, 13, step-son (son of Michael J. and Louisa Hendrick RUDOLPH) ; the female 20-30 may be Louisa Maria Hendrick Rudolph GIBBS, abt 33; the male 40-50 may be William H. GIBBS; the remaining males 20-30 and 30-40, as well as the female 15-20 may be children of a prior marriage or other family. The lack of children under 10 in this census may mean no children as yet born to William H. and Louisa GIBBS or that they may not have survived until the census.


General Notes: Wife - Louisa Maria HENDRICK

Louisa Maria HENDRICK, is first recorded in the 17 September 1805 Will of Dr. Robert HENDRICK. Louisa is the only child mentioned. Her father bequeathed "all the rest and remainder of my Estate both real and personal to be equally divided between my beloved wife Mary HENDRICK and my daughter Louisa share and share alike to them and their Heirs and assigns forever." He named "my beloved Wife Executrix and my friends John HOPKINS and Daniel FAUST Executors of this my last Will and Testament and Guardians to my said daughter Louisa."

Dr. Robert HENDRICK first married Mary DANIELL in Columbia on 21 May 1795. Mary is believed to have died before 11 May 1797. Their daughter, Patsy, was born between January 1796 and 11 May 1778.

About 1800, Robert married second Mary STANLEY, widow of William HOWELL who died before 6 April 1799. Soon after the marriage, Robert and Mary had a daughter named Louisa.

"Mary (Polly) Stanley Howell Hendrick Williamson Hillegas had a daughter by Captain Howell: Sara Taylor Howell, and another daughter by Dr. Hendrick: Louisa Hendrick, who later married a Rudolph. " (Marian Stanley)

Robert HENDRICK died in 1805. His Will of 17 September 1805 names only one child, Louisa. It contains no reference as to which of his wives named Mary was Louisa's mother, saying only "my beloved Wife Mary HENDRICK and my daughter Louisa." Patsy, daughter of Mary DANIELL, was previously thought to be Louisa Maria HENDRICK; however, Robert's daughter is enumerated in the 1810 and 1830 censuses as "under 10" in the household of Chestian WILLIAMSON, her step-father, in Richland County, and as "20 to 30" in the household of William GIBBS, her second husband, in Lowndes County, Alabama. Both show her birth as after 1800, confirming Louisa as Robert's daughter by Mary STANLEY. In the 1820 census of Richland County as Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr.'s wife, Louisa's age range is 16-26. Included in that time frame, 1794-1804, is both hers and Patsy's births.

Estate records show that Mrs. BRAINWAITH was paid for educating Louisa from 1806 to 1810.

January 20, 1807, an estate accounting lists Negroes belonging to Louisa as: Shaby, Jesse, Simon, Sampson, Polly, Nancy, Rachell, and Lucy.

1806-1814 - Income to and payments from Louisa HENDRICK's portion of Robert's estate for her board, schooling, clothing, and transportation to and from Salem, North Carolina, indicating that Louisa was there in boarding school.

In 1814 a sale of estate property was made to effect a division of assets between Louisa and her mother. J. J. FAUST became her guardian. This also indicates that Louisa was at least 13 years old and allowed to choose her own guardian.

In October 1816, Louisa's property was transferred to Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. from J. J. FAUST. A week later, on 8 Oct 1816, Louisa Maria HENDRICK married Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. in Richland County, South Carolina. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/marriages/scmv054a.txt)

Louisa and Michael's son, Robert RUDULPH, was born in 1817. Robert was killed in 1838, soon after his marriage to Rosetta LEWIS.

This statement is on the Internet: "Michael and Louisa had four children: Robert Hendricks RUDULPH, born 1817 (married 1838 Rosetta Lewis of Haneyville, Alabama. Died 1838, Haneyville, Alabama), and three daughters, names not known." It is unlikely that Louisa had four children in her short marriage to Michael. The 1820 census enumerates only Michael, Louisa, and Robert. It does not support the comment about "three daughters, names not known", as another researcher has stated. Michael was killed on 21 July 1821. If they had daughters, they were not enumerated in 1820 and may have died before the census. Possibly another child may have been born after the censusor soon after Michael's death in July 1821, but Louisa and her husband William GIBBS have no children under 10 in their household in 1830.

From the Camden South Carolina Gazette and Advertiser Thursday July 26, 1821, page 3, Columbia, South Carolina July 24:
HORRID MURDER
A horrible murder has been committed on the person of Mr. Michael J. RUDULPH living about 15 or 20 miles from Columbia on the Winnsboro road by a person from this place. It appears that the person had been on a visit at the home of RUDULPH , when a quarrel ensued, the particulars of which we have not been able distinctly to learn, between him and the deceased, which ended with the visitor taking up the gun of RUDULPH and shooting him dead on the spot. The person suspected, was arrested about 30 miles from where the act was committed, on the Augusta road, under a warrant issued by I. H. COLEMAN, one of the Justices of the Peace for the district, and after due examination, committed for his trial at the next circuit for Fairfield District.

On October 27, 1821, John G. SCRUGGS of Savannah, Georgia, wrote to Tobias RUDULPH, III, Esq., of Elton, Maryland, "You have no doubt heard of the death of M. J. RUDULPH who was shot dead in his own house on the night of the 21st of July by a man by the name of John B. COLLIER. Michael had taken this ungrateful wretch in when he was destitute of the common destitutes of life, he had clothed him and fed him for 6 or 7 months when he destroyed the hand that raised him from wretchedness and ruin. What caused this unhappy event I cannot learn."

"After the murder of Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr., his widow, Louisa Mary Hendricks RUDULPH, married in 1822 William H. GIBBS, Jr. and they moved to Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama along with other families from Camden, South Carolina." (All the records pertaining to Captain Michael RUDULPH are from the Rudulph collection of Marilou Alston RUDULPH and Frances Rudulph SUMMERS. My great grandfather was Zebulon RUDULPH's grandson. (Johndcald@aol.com, email, June 11, 2005)

Marion Stanley's "[Great] Aunt Belle" wrote a journal of her family in which she confused some names and dates. "Louisa Hendrick married Robert Michael] Rudolph [Jr.] son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rudolph who lived in Columbia on Gervais Street between Marion and Bull where the reception was given to Lafayette on his visit to Columbia." [I remember the beautiful house of which Aunt Belle writes. It was a real mansion which had a plaque in front of it stating that this was where Lafayette was entertained. It must have been the finest home in Columbia at the time, befitting a proper place in which to entertain the General. The home was torn down to make way for some sort of motel. So much for progress.] In another part of her journal, Aunt Belle writes that "Louisa in 1829 [1822] married Robert Rudolph [William Haskell GIBBS, Robert RUDULPH was her son.] and moved to Hayneville, Ala." (Marian Stanley, email, 6.07.2005.)

William H. GIBBS's household is enumerated in the 1830 census of Lowndes County, Alabama. It shows among others, one male 10-15, likely step-son Robert Hendrick RUDULPH who would be 13, and one female 20-30, Louisa. There are no children under 10 indicating that William & Louisa may not have had children or that they died young.

Further information on Louisa Hendrick Rudolph GIBBS has not been found.
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William McCue KYLE and Elizabeth Belle Newton GIBSON




Husband William McCue KYLE

         Born: 18 August 1880
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Wife Elizabeth Belle Newton GIBSON

         Born: 2 August 1881
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       Father: John Thomas GIBSON (1848-1938) 2163
       Mother: Elizabeth MOORE (1850-      )




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1 M Gibson Moore KYLE (details suppressed for this person)

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Dallas Polk GUNNELL and Ida Blanche GIBSON




Husband Dallas Polk GUNNELL 240,241

         Born: November 1844 - Virginia 2663
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       Buried:  - Andrew Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery


       Father: Colonel George West GUNNELL (1789-1878) 1907,1908,1909
       Mother: Emmaline YOUNG (1814-1887) 1907,2664


     Marriage: Bef 1874

 Other Spouse: Catherine YOUNG 206,2663 - Abt 1895

 Other Spouse: Rilla BECK 206 - After 1900



Wife Ida Blanche GIBSON 238,1311

         Born: 1854 1311
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         Died: 1890
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       Father: Joseph GIBSON (      -      )
       Mother: Mariah --?-- (      -      )




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1 M J. Dallas GUNNELL 238

         Born: Abt 1874
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2 F J. Effie GUNNELL 364,1311

         Born: Abt 1880 - Fairfax County, Virginia 1311
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         Died: Abt 1881 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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3 F G. Elsie GUNNELL 364

         Born: Abt 1880 - Fairfax County, Virginia 1311
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General Notes: Husband - Dallas Polk GUNNELL

"Dallas Polk Gunnell married Ida Blanche Gibson whose parents owned the triangular tract on Lewinsville Road. That tract became part of Woodside when Ida's parents died. Dallas and Ida Gunnell lived in the house that Dallas' father, Col. Gunnell, built. They had two daughters who died very young on the same night. There was suspicion that the hired girl poisoned them but it was never proved.
Mary and Dallas inherited Woodside from their father when he died in 1878.
Mary Berry and Dallas Gunnell both died about 1915. About the time Dallas died, his house burned to the ground. He, his wife, and two infant daughters are buried at Andrew Chapel."
"[Woodside Estates, by Joe Berry as told to Jan Auerbach 2006, pp. 98. http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:cxz6Qbnq7fgJ:www.mcleancitizens.org/mca/anthology_4.pdf+%22Dallas+Polk+Gunnell%22+OR+%22Gunnell+Dallas+Polk%22&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us]

1880 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Providence Dist.; Series: T9 Roll: 1364 Page: 354: Line 16 GUNNELL Dallas P. W M 35 M Farmer VA VA VA; -- I. Blanche W F 26 Wife M Keeping house Child birth VA VA VA; -- (Baby) W F 6/12 Dau S At home VA VA VA; -- (Baby) W F 6/12 Dau S At home Va VA VA; -- Emmaline W F 65 Mother Wd Without occupation VA MD MD.

1900 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Providence Dist.; Series: T623 Roll: 1707 Page: 163: 171 174 GUNNELL Dallas Head M W Nov 1844 57 M 4 VA VA VA; -- Kate Wife W F Oct 1861 38 M 4 0 0 VA VA VA.


General Notes: Wife - Ida Blanche GIBSON

Ida Blanche Gibson GUNNELL suffered the loss of her three children in their infancy, the oldest to die was Elsie at age 10 about 1888. Ida died at age 36 in 1890 not long after Elsie. Her sorrow at losing all her children may have caused her own demise.
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James GIBSON and Susan GROGG




Husband James GIBSON

         Born: Cir 1795
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Wife Susan GROGG

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1 M James Dixon GIBSON

         Born: 17 April 1818 - Virginia
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       Spouse: Elizabeth Daniel HURST 2163
         Marr: 26 February 1839



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James Dixon GIBSON and Elizabeth Daniel HURST




Husband James Dixon GIBSON

         Born: 17 April 1818 - Virginia
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         Died: 15 December 1865
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       Father: James GIBSON (Cir 1795-      )
       Mother: Susan GROGG (      -      )


     Marriage: 26 February 1839



Wife Elizabeth Daniel HURST 2163

         Born: 26 April 1821 - Virginia
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         Died: 12 July 1880 - Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: William HURST (1793-1863) 526
       Mother: Mary SHIRLEY (1796-1870) 526,3450




Children
1 F Mary Shirley GIBSON 2163

         Born: 28 February 1841 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 7 February 1926 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


2 M James Gregg GIBSON 2163

         Born: 19 November 1842 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 30 August 1884
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3 F Susan H. GIBSON 2163

         Born: September 1845 - Jefferson County, Virginia 2162
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         Died: Bef 1910 4370
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       Spouse: Charles Leigh KEMPER 2162
         Marr: Abt 1877 2162


4 M William Hurst GIBSON 2163

         Born: Abt 1847 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 18 October 1891
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5 M John Thomas GIBSON 2163

         Born: 2 June 1848 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 8 May 1938
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth MOORE
         Marr: Cir 1870. (Divorced before 1910)


6 F Bettie Belle GIBSON 2163

         Born: 17 December 1849 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 1 September 1866 - Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia



7 M Hugh Warren GIBSON 2163

         Born: 31 July 1852 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 30 August 1871
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General Notes: Husband - James Dixon GIBSON

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 927: 529 512 James D. GIBSON 42 M W Farmer 16.340 9,000 VA; Elizabeth " 39 F W VA; Mary S. " 19 F W VA; James G. " 17 M W VA; Susan H. " 15 F W VA; William H. " 13 M W VA; John T. " 11 M W VA; Bettie B. " 9 F W VA; Hugh W. " 7 M W VA.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Daniel HURST

Elizabeth Daniel HURST married James Dixon GIBSON. James died in 1865.

1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Grant Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 534: 239 266 GIBSON, Elizabeth D. 49 F W Keeping house ?5000 500 WV; -- Mary 27 F W WV; -- Susan 25 F W WV; -- William H. 24 M W Farm laborer WV; -- John T. 22 M W Clerk in County? Store WV; -- Hugh 18 M W Engineer WV. West Virginia became a state in 1863; although WV is shown as place of birth, at time of birth, it was Virginia.

1880 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Charlestown; Series: T9 Roll: 1405 Page: 93:
Elizabeth GIBSON Self W Female W 58 WV Keeping House WV WV
Mary S. GIBSON Dau S Female W 38 WV Assistant WV WV
Ruth HURST Sister S Female W 57 WV Assistant WV WV
Flora JONES Other M Female B 40 WV Domestic Servant WV WV
Stephen JONES Other M Male B 45 VA Laborer VA VA
Jacob WASHINGTON Son S Male B 10 WV VA VA
Jack TURNER Other W Male B 73 WV Servant WV WV.

Elizabeth is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 143666118:

ELIZABETH DANIEL
WIFE OF
JAMES D. GIBSON
Born
April 26, 1821
Died
July 12, 1880


Apr. 26, 1821, USA
Death: Jul. 12, 1880
Jefferson County
West Virginia, USA


Family links:
Children:
Mary Shirley Gibson (1841 - 1926)*
Bettie Belle Gibson (1849 - 1866)*
Hugh Warren Gibson (1852 - 1871)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Edge Hill Cemetery
Charles Town
Jefferson County
West Virginia, USA

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Created by: bill jordan
Record added: Mar 13, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 143666118 2163

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John Thomas GIBSON and Elizabeth MOORE




Husband John Thomas GIBSON 2163

         Born: 2 June 1848 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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         Died: 8 May 1938
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       Father: James Dixon GIBSON (1818-1865)
       Mother: Elizabeth Daniel HURST (1821-1880) 2163


     Marriage: Cir 1870 -  (Divorced before 1910)



Wife Elizabeth MOORE

         Born: 25 August 1850
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       Father: William MOORE (Cir 1825-      )
       Mother: Lasiu HARRIS (Cir 1825-      )




Children
1 M William Lacy GIBSON

         Born: 4 October 1878
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2 M James Gregg GIBSON

         Born: 3 July 1880
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Lelia Darke BUCKLES
         Marr: Cir 1901


3 F Elizabeth Belle Newton GIBSON

         Born: 2 August 1881
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: William McCue KYLE
         Marr: 6 January 1910



General Notes: Husband - John Thomas GIBSON

William Hurst GIBSON was born 18 Oct 1848 according to the Shirley Family web site, but 13 in the 1860 census, then born 1846-47? His brother, John Thomas GIBSON, also born May 1848 on the SHIRLEY web site and is 11 in the 1860 census.

In 1870 the brothers are listed as: -- William H. 24 M W Farm laborer WV; -- John T. 22 M W Clerk in County? Store WV.

1910 U.S. Census, Virginia Prince William County, Manassas; Series: T624 Roll: 1643 Page: 100: 133 139 GIBSON John T. HEAD M W 61 D VA VA VA Farmer General Farm; -- Mary S. Sister 69 S VA VA VA. Previous censuses indicate the Mary should be 59 in 1910.
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George Womack HERBERT and Nancy GIBSON




Husband George Womack HERBERT 90

         Born: Abt 1833 - Alabama 90
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. Edward Hampton HERBERT, CSA (1800-1877) 90
       Mother: Martha M. WOMACK (1808-1848) 1830


     Marriage: 



Wife Nancy GIBSON

         Born:  - Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


Children

General Notes: Wife - Nancy GIBSON

"HERBERT, Nannie Gibson, wife of George Womack Herbert, no dates" [Hayneville Cemetery, Contributed by Cheryl H. Harrell, Lowndes County , Alabama, July 1997, http://www.trackingyourroots.com/data/lowndes2.htm]
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Charles Leigh KEMPER and Susan H. GIBSON




Husband Charles Leigh KEMPER 2162

         Born: September 1845 - Virginia 2162
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1877 2162



Wife Susan H. GIBSON 2163

         Born: September 1845 - Jefferson County, Virginia 2162
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1910 4370
       Buried: 


       Father: James Dixon GIBSON (1818-1865)
       Mother: Elizabeth Daniel HURST (1821-1880) 2163




Children
1 M James Gibson KEMPER 2162

         Born: March 1878 - Virginia 2162
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Caroline C. SETTLE 4370
         Marr: Abt 1907


2 M Charles Leigh KEMPER 2162

         Born: July 1879 - Virginia 2162
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M William Mauzey KEMPER 2162

         Born: February 1881 - Virginia 2162
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lucy Winston ALLEN 2164
         Marr: Abt 1903



General Notes: Husband - Charles Leigh KEMPER

1900 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fauquier County, Center District, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1708 Page: 59: 63 63 KEMPER Charles Head W M Sep 1845 54 M 23 VA VA VA Farmer; -- Susan H. Wife W F Sep 1845 54 23 3 3 VA VA VA; -- J. Gibson Son W M Mrch 1872 22 S VA VA VA Student; -- Charles L. Son W M July 1879 20 S VA VA VA Farm laborer; -- William M. Son W M Feb 1881 19 S VA VA VA Farm Laborer; Gibson Mary S. Aunt W F Aug 1849 50 S VA VA VA. Next door is a possible brother, Leigh KEMPER, 59, wife Mary S., 63, and daughter Mary E., 24, all born in Virginia.


General Notes: Wife - Susan H. GIBSON

Susan H. GIBSON died before the 1910 census in which her husband, Charles L. KEMPER is shown as a widower.
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Richard Ellis SOUTHWOOD and Esther Jane GIDDENS




Husband Richard Ellis SOUTHWOOD

         Born: 19 January 1886 - Kansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 1957
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas


       Father: Ellis E. SOUTHWOOD (cal 1858-1894) 4371
       Mother: Amelia KATES (cal 1866-1888) 4372


     Marriage: 



Wife Esther Jane GIDDENS

         Born: 1889
   Christened: 
         Died: 1950
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas


Children
1 M Forrest Edward SOUTHWOOD

         Born: 17 August 1911 - Gray County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 July 1968 - Sedgwick County, Kansas
       Buried:  - Clearwater Cemetery, Sedgwick County, Kansas
       Spouse: Evelyn --?-- (living)
       Spouse: Grace I. --?--


2 M TSgt Homer Lee SOUTHWOOD, USAAC, WWII

         Born: 18 August 1913 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 November 1988
       Buried: 



3 F Mildred M. SOUTHWOOD (details suppressed for this person)

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


4 M Marvin C. SOUTHWOOD, Sr., USA, WWII

          AKA: John SOUTHWOOD
         Born: 1 September 1918 - Kansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1972 - Kansas
       Buried: 7 September 1972 - Clearwater Cemetery, Sedgwick County, Kansas
       Spouse: Flora Gene TURNER


5 M Richard SOUTHWOOD

         Born: 9 January 1921 - Kansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 May 1973 - Rialto Park Cemetery, San Bernardino County, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Shirley Marie SMITH (living)


6 F Frances V. SOUTHWOOD (details suppressed for this person)

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


7 M Jimmy Dale SOUTHWOOD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Richard Ellis SOUTHWOOD

Richard Southwood and his sister Amelia V., orphans, reside with their grandmother in Junction Township, Osage County, Kansas in 1900.
"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MMY8-8Y5 : accessed 6 February 2015), Richard Southwood in household of Jane Kates, Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States; citing sheet 5B, family 92, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,494.
KATES Jane Head W F July 1838 61 Wd - 5 1 IN WV OH Farmer
SOUTHWOOD Richard GrSon W M Jan 1886 14 S KS WV IN At school
-- Amelia V. GrDau W F Oct 1887 12 S KS WV IN At school
McKane William Son-in-law W M Sept 1869 30 Wd IL VA IN
-- William. Jr. W M Aug 1895 4 S KS IL KS
KEENE Robert Servant W M Jan 1860 40 S VA VA VA Farm laborer

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MFX3-WKB : accessed 6 February 2015), Richard G Southwood, District: 109, Junction, Osage, Kansas, United States; citing sheet 4A, family 72, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,543.
Richard G [sic] Southwood Head M 33 KS KS KS
Ester J Southwood Wife F 30 TX TX AL
Forest E Southwood Son M 8 TX KS TX
Homer L Southwood Son M 6 TX KS TX
Mildred M Southwood Dau F 3 KS KS TX
Marvin C Southwood Son M 1 KS KS TX

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRV2-TZ6 : accessed 6 February 2015), R E Southwood, Belleville Township, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 10-3, sheet 8B, family 14, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 1223.
R E Southwood Head M 54 KS Farmer Farm
Ester J Southwood Wife F 50 TX
Richard Southwood Son M 19 KS Laborer farm Farm
Francis V Southwood Dau F 15 KS
Jimmy D Southwood Son M 10 KS
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.

Richard Ellis Southwood, born 19 January 1886, age 32, registered for the draft on 12 September 1918. He was a farmer in Osage County, Kansas. His neaest relative was Ester J. Southwoood of Michigan Valley, Osage County, Kansas. He was described as tall, slender build, with brown eyes and brown hair.

Richard is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Sedan, Chautauqua County, Kansas. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 23350340:

SOUTHWOOD
ESTHER J.
1889 - 1950
RICHARD E.
1886 -1957


General Notes: Wife - Esther Jane GIDDENS

Esther Jane Giddens and Richard E. Southwood are named as parents of the groom on the 29 august 1959 Los Angeles, County, California marriage record of Richard Southwood, born in 1921, and Shirley Maire [sic] Smith, born in 1931.
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2Lt Dumas H. MALONE, USMC, WWI and Elisabeth GIFFORD




Husband 2Lt Dumas H. MALONE, USMC, WWI 3660

         Born: January 1892 - Coldwater. Mississippi 3660
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 December 1986 - Charlottesville, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: John W. MALONE (1856-      ) 2029,3660
       Mother: Lillian KEMP (1867-      ) 404,2521,3660


     Marriage: 



Wife Elisabeth GIFFORD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - 2Lt Dumas H. MALONE, USMC, WWI

Dumas Malone
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dumas Malone (1892-1986), an American author, was born at Coldwater, Mississippi , USA on January 10, 1892 . He received his bachelor's degree in 1910 from Emory College (Emory University ) and in 1916 he received his divinity degree from Yale University. Between 1917 and 1919 during the First World War he became a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. He became best known for his multi-volume biography of Thomas Jefferson for which he earned the 1975 Pulitzer Prize. In 1983 [February 23, 1983] President Ronald Reagan awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Malone died on December 27, 1986 at Charlottesville, Virginia.

Malone Brothers Letters, Accession #2935-p, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Repository: Special Collections, University of Virginia Library
Accession number: 2935-p
Malone Brothers Letters 1917-1919
Physical Characteristics: This collection consists of 30 items.
"The majority of this correspondence, 1917-1919, is from Dumas, Kemp, and Miles S. Malone to their mother, Lilian (Kemp) Malone, and pertains to their military service during World War I. In addition to the sixteen letters to their mother, there are three to their father, John W. Malone, three amongst themselves, and one to Sarah Heath Malone. There are also four letters, 1926-1953, of Kemp Malone while a member of the faculty at Johns Hopkins University. This correspondence complements a group of letters found in accession #10481.
Letters from Dumas arrived from the Marine Barracks in such places as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Paris Island, South Carolina, and Quantico, Virginia. During this first year, Dumas wrote of his transfer to Company 3 Signal Battalion and learning the "signaling game," his training schedules, seeing a dreadnought in the harbor, his belief that his sister, Lillian, should be sent to Randolph-Macon Woman's College, and his first drill with rifles. There were few letters written by him in 1918, but he did mention the worst of training being over, receiving his "greens," and being squad leader of some 50 men. Following a visit home, Dumas wrote an interesting letter on January 2, 1919, discussing the rest of his holiday in Lynchburg, Virginia and New York City. In Lynchburg, he visited Randolph-Macon, which he referred to as "a delightful place," and spent time with Dr. Webb and his family. The excitement over his trip to New York shows in his discussion of touring and talking with his brother Kemp and his friend Henry [Johnson] Toombs, who later became a renowned architect. He mentioned seeing the sites with "Henry pointing out a thousand small points of architectural beauty..." In the spring of that year, Dumas described a brief period of leave in Philadelphia and again wrote his belief of Randolph-Macon Woman's College being the best place for Lilian."
(Extracted from the collection overview at http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/uva-sc/viu03283.document)

DUMAS MALONE: JEFFERSON BIOGRAPHER
by Madeline McMurdo Whitmore
Extracted from http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/malone.html:
"Dr. Dumas Malone is Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Biographer- in-Residence and professor emeritus of history at the University of Virginia. He was born January 10, 1892, in Coldwater, Mississippi. Malone received his bachelor of arts degree from Emory College in 1910 and his bachelor of divinity from Yale University in 1916 where he also received his master of arts in 1921 and his doctorate in 1923. He was instructor in history at Yale from 1919 to 1923, associate professor of history at the University of Virginia from 1923 to 1926, and professor from 1926 to 1929. Dr. Malone was at one time visiting professor of history at Yale and was professor of history at Columbia for fourteen years. Since 1959 he has been back at the University of Virginia. He was professor there until his retirement in 1962; he now has an office in Alderman Library, University of Virginia, which he considers his professional home.
Dumas Malone was for seven years director of the Harvard University Press. He was a distinguished editor of The Dictionary of American Biography. He has also contributed to Harpers, Atlantic Monthly, Virginia Quarterly Review and American Scholar. In 1975 Dumas Malone, at the age of 83, won the Pulitzer Prize in history for his first five volumes of Jefferson and His Time. Mr. Malone, expressing his surprise when he learned of his award, said: "You know as a rule with these series books they won't give the Pulitzer to you until you've finished and I've still got one to go, so I didn't really expect it." Malone is presently working on the sixth and final book in the series which he says will concern Jefferson's life in retirement during which time he established the University of Virginia. "This last book will be much more of a biography," he said, "and not so much concerned with public affairs."
Mr. Malone, who prefers to call himself a historian, not a biographer, has spent almost thirty years of his professional life in Charlottesville with the University of Virginia. His desire to write a comprehensive life of Jefferson dates from his early years as a professor at the University, where they speak of the Father of the University as though he were in the next room. He explained that he got sidetracked along the way and published his first volume in 1948 while teaching at Columbia."

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GILBERT and Polly Powell HILL




Husband GILBERT

         Born: Cir 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1832



Wife Polly Powell HILL

         Born: 5 November 1814 1633
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Castilo HILL, Sr. (1783-      ) 1633
       Mother: Mary DYKES (1789-      ) 1633




Children

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John Emery LLOYD and Elizabeth Ann GILBERT




Husband John Emery LLOYD

         Born: 1769 - Calmes Neck, Frederick County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1832 - Talbot County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Talbot County, Georgia


       Father: John LLOYD (1747-1785)
       Mother: Sarah "Sally" STUARD (Abt 1751-      )


     Marriage: 16 April 1785



Wife Elizabeth Ann GILBERT

          AKA: Betsy GILBERT
         Born: 1769
   Christened: 
         Died: 1859
       Buried:  - Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Talbot County, Georgia


Children
1 M Pvt Leroy LLOYD, Sr., War of 1812 2090

         Born: Abt 1794 - Hancock County, Georgia 2090
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1860 - Pike County, Alabama 2710
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Catherine BENNETT 359,2090
         Marr: 1 May 1831 - Talbot County, Georgia


2 F Sarah LLOYD

         Born: 29 October 1795 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 July 1853 - Talbot County, Georgia
       Buried: 



3 F Mazy "Polly" LLOYD

         Born: 1798 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Levi D. MULLINS
         Marr: 18 March 1817 - Jones County, Georgia


4 F Elizabeth LLOYD

         Born: 19 December 1800 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 December 1871 - Coosa County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Socapatoy Cemetery
       Spouse: John GADDIS, Jr.
         Marr: 2 January 1823 - Jones County, Georgia


5 M Joseph LLOYD

         Born: 1802 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Ann HANEY
         Marr: 17 December 1846 - Coosa County, Alabama


6 M Benjamin LLOYD I

         Born: 6 October 1804 - Hancock County, Georgia 3855
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 January 1860 - Butler County, Alabama 3855
       Buried:  - Lloyd Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: Naomi Ann COX
         Marr: 22 February 1832 - Eatonton, Putnam County, Georgia


7 F Miriam LLOYD

         Born: Abt 1807
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Warham Jefferson GADDIS
         Marr: 26 March 1826


8 M John Emrey LLOYD III

         Born: 1814 - Jones County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M James M. LLOYD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Emery LLOYD

John Emery LLOYD, Sr. is buried in Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Talbot County, Georgia.

Find A Grave Memorial# 66302504 presents this biography of John Emery LLOYD, SR. and links to memorials of many of his descendants:
Name appears on deeds Jones County, 23 Jan 1809 to lot no. 153, District 11. On 11 March 1825, John E. Lloyd, resident of Bibb County Georgia sold lot no. 143, District 8, Jones County plus 25 Acres of lot no. 146 in 8th District.

"Descendants of John and Prudence (Emrey) Lloyd" by Dr. Oliver C. Weaver:
John E. Lloyd was born about 1768 or 1769, probably in Frederick Co., VA. He was four or five years of age when his parents moved south to Henry Co., VA (Pittsylvania Co., VA), so he must have carried with him memories of having toddled about the knees of an aging grandfather, John Lloyd, and of having been cuddled in the arms of a much younger grandmother, Prudence (Emrey) Lloyd.
In Henry Co., VA, at eight years of age he was old enough to have felt the Revolutionary fervor of 1776 as it swept through southern Virginia. At ten, he experienced the horror of the news that Tory bands from North Carolina had charged into his county, killed Col. William Letcher in his home, and disappeared into the mountains of North Carolina. At twelve, he shared the apprehensions of his neighbors as Cornwallis' troops, in the spring of 1781, approached the Dan River only a few miles below his home, and he shared their feelings of relief as news raced through the county that the Tory outlaws, being pursued by his near neighbor Capt. James Tarrant, had been cut to pieces and that Cornwallis' troops had been stopped at the Battle of Guilford Court House.
Perhaps too young to have shouldered a rifle guarding homes in the rear as older teen-agers and young militiamen headed to the front, he must have personally participated in gathering supplies for the military wagons that scoured the countryside requisitioning beeves and gran, assisted his father in providing supplies for the wounded soldiers at Col. Peter Perkins' place, and observed with satisfaction British prisoners of war being marched through his county to Frederick Co., VA, after the Battle of Guilford Court House.
After the War, at fifteen years of age John E. Lloyd joined family and friends in their long winter's journey to Georgia. Already a seasoned farm worker, the experience of building log cabins, breaking new ground, and planting spring crops brought him to the threshold of manhood well prepared for the frontier life that was to be his destiny. He was barely seventeen years of age when his father died thrusting major responsibility for maintenance of the family upon him. With his mother and older brothers he developed his late father's headright grant, and the family prospered.
Life on the Georgia frontier required a strong, well-organized militia. Their presence was a stabilizing force. Sometimes called into action to restore domestic tranquility, they were often called up to ward off attacks by Indians who were being relentlessly pushed westward. John E. Lloyd and his brothers, as did their compatriots, joined the Georgia militia as they came of age. In 1793, John E. LLoyd, Charles Lloyd and William Lloyd were all riflemen in the company of Capt. Daniel Lowe of the Second Battalion of the Second Regiment of Green Co. (see "GA Military Affairs" Vol. 2 part I 1793-1800, p. 21, p. 56 and part II p. 387). With the creation of Hancock Co. in 1793 all continued to serve in the militia of Hancock Co., GA (see 1798 militia list of Hancock Co., GA).
At twenty-two years of age, it appears, John E. Lloyd was still unmarried. No documents have yet been found identifying the girl whom he married or the date of his marriage, but there is reason to believe that he married a girl who lived next door. Betsy Ann Gilbert. The marriage probably occured about 1792. On 17 Nov. 1791, in Greene Co., GA, John Loyd witnessed the will of his next-door neighbor Benjamin Gilbert Sr. (Georgia Genealogical Magazine, Jul. 1968, p. 192) The will mentions Benjamin's wife, and it names all of his children, one of whom was a still unmarried daughter, Betsy Ann Gilbert. Benjamin's wife's name was Elizabeth, so Betsy Ann was probably named Elizabeth Ann Gilbert in her honor. Extensive investigations have not turned up later documents pertaining to Betsy Ann Gilbert, but in 1807 when John E. Lloyd, with his brothers and sister, sold their late father's headright grant land his wife "Betsy Lloyd" surrendered her dower right to John's part of this land (see Georgia Genealogical Magazine, Jul. 1968 p. 96). Later, Talbot Co., GA deeds show John E. Lloyd's wife as Elizabeth.
Benjamin Gilbert Sr. was reared in Baltimore (Harford) Co., MD, where he lived in or near Joppatown. His father Gervas Gilbert, in his will of 17 Jun. 1739, named his wife Mary; his sons Samuel, Garvas, Charles, Aquila, Benjamin and Dan; and his daughters Hannah, Mary and Martha (Baltimore Co., MD Will Book I, p. 96). By the early 1750's Benjamin Gilbert Sr. and most of his brothers were in Bedford (Campbell) Co., VA, where Benjamin acquired much land along Seneca Creek (William Walter Hening's "Law of Virginia" 1820 Vol. 7, p. 206). In 1784, he sold his Virginia holdings and moved to Wilkes (Greene) Co., GA, establishing his home on land near John and Sarah (Stuard) Lloyd's home on Beaverdam Creek.
A few years after his marriage John E. Lloyd, in 1799, purchased a fifty-five acre tract on "Greenbury Road" adjacent or near his father's headright grant land, so John E. and Betsy (Gilbert?) Lloyd continued to live in the Beaverdam Creek community of their parents. Their older children were born there in Hancock (formerly Greene) Co., GA. John E. and Betsy were still residents of Hancock Co. in 1806 for in a Land Lottery drawing that year he drew Lot 92, 18th Dist., Wilkinson Co., GA (see Georgia Land Lottery of 1807).
On 29 Jan. 1807, when John E. Lloyd joined his brothers in the sale of their late father's headright grant land, all of them were described in the deed as residents of Clarke Co., GA. On 13 Aug. of that year Betsy and Levi's wife, Charlotte, were in Hancock Co. when they surrendered their dower rights to the land. John E. Lloyd and Betsy did not remain in Clarke Co. very long. They probably lived in Clarke Co. for only a few weeks or months with one of the Lloyd brothers while completing preparations for moving to new lands being developed further south and west in Georgia. John and his brother Levi Lloyd moved their families to Jones Co., GA, probably in 1807.
Early in 1809 John E. Lloyd was a resident of Jones Co., but temporarily in Clarke Co., GA, when, on 23 Jan. 1809, an indenture was drawn in Clarke Co., GA "between William Haygood, James Hagood, Levy Stroud, and Ely Stroud all of the one part of County and State aforesaid and John Loyd of the County of Jones of the other part." It described the purchase by "John Loyd" of a 202 1/2 acre tract in Jones Co. "known by Lot No. 153 Eleventh Baldwin drawn by the orphans of Mark Stroud," the price being $400 (Jones Co., GA deed book H, p. 341. Recorded in Jones Co. 23 Aug. 1816). The land was on Walnut Creek of the Ocmulgee River about four miles west of Lot 24, Dist. 11, on which Levi Lloyd settle about this time.
John E. Lloyd built his home and operated his farm on Lot 153 for about six years. On 1 Mar. 1815, he purchased Lot 143, Dist. 8, in Jones Co. and moved from Walnut Creek to Town Creek near the Ocmulgee River (Jones Co., GA Deed Book H p. 340). The following year, on 13 Nov., he sold Lot 153, 11th Dist., to Michael Buckhalter for $700 (Jones Co., GA Deed Book J, p. 124). Pocketing his $300 profit, he continued land speculation and on 18 Feb. 1818 John E. Lloyd purchased Lot 146 which joined his lot 143 (Jones Co., GA Deed Book G, p. 203).
By this time large plantations devoted to producing cotton were replacing the small subsistence farms of colonial America. The Lloyd brothers moved with the times. John E. Lloyd began acquiring slaves. Doubtless, his children worked alongside them planting, hoeing and picking cotton. Back-breaking labor, supplemented by profits from land deals, supported the growing prosperity of the Lloyd family.
The War of 1812, which was not concluded until 1814, was fought during these years. John E. and Betsy Lloyd's oldest son, Leroy, served as a private in Capt. Thomas Simmons company during the war. John E. and his brother Charles must also have had some kind of military service during this time, for later land lotteries show both as soldiers. For example, in 1832, the year in which John E. Lloyd died, he as "a soldier in the late war" drew Lot 217, First Section, Sixth Dist. of the Cherokee Lands (Union and Lumpkin counties). The Lottery list names him as "John E. Lloyd Senior, Coxes Dist., Talbot Co., GA". Although John E. Lloyd did not move to his new land, the Lottery List establishes the fact that he had some kind of military service during the War of 1812.
In 1812, John E. Lloyd was in his mid-forties and father of eight children. He was, however, an experienced militiaman, so he must have had some kind of service with the Jones Co. militia appropriate to his experience.
As they matured and married both the sons and sons-in-law of John E. and Betsy Lloyd tended to cluster about them, oftentimes on land provided by John E. Lloyd. Sarah, the oldest daughter, did so with her first husband William Tyson (1815) and with her second husband Martin L. McPherson (1819). By 1825, John E. Lloyd had become a resident of Bibb Co., but he may not have moved very far from his Town Creek home for part of the Eighth Dist. was taken from Jones and placed in Bibb when Bibb Co. was created in 1822.
On 11 Mar. 1825, John E. Lloyd of Bibb Co. sold to Martin L. McPherson of Jones Co. Lot No. 143 and twenty-five acres of Lot No. 146, Eighth Dist., Jones Co., GA. Elizabeth Lloyd, wife of John E., surrendered her dower right to this land on the same day. She signed with her mark (Jones Co., GA Deed Book O, p. 20). Three months earlier John E. Lloyd had sold half of Lot 146 on Town Creek to John Powell (Jones Co., GA Deed Book S, p. 350). Three years later John E. Lloyd sold the remainder of Lot 146 to Martin L. McPherson (Jones Co., GA Deed Book O, p. 76).
About the time of this last sale John E. and Betsy Lloyd moved from Bibb to Talbot Co. Martin L. and Sarah (Lloyd) McPherson soon followed. John E. and Betsy may have been enticed into this move by their son Benjamin who was named Surveyor of Talbot Co. when the first officers of that county were commissioned on 9 Feb. 1828 (William H. Davidson "A Rockaway in Talbot" Vol. I, p. 5).
On 2 Sep. 1828, John E. Lloyd bought for $40 at a sheriff's sale Lot No. 68, 23rd Dist., Talbot Co. (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book A, p. 68), and on 21 Jan. 1830, he bought the adjacent Lot No. 69 for $80 (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book B, p. 21). The two lots together provided a 405 acre plantation near Pleasant Hill, about eight or nine miles north of Talbotton. After John E. Lloyd's death some of this land was sold to Jeremiah Bennett, Leroy Lloyd's father-in-law, but sixty-eight acres of it remained in possession of his widow, Elizabeth Lloyd, until 28 Nov. 1859, when it was sold by her son-in-law, B. B. Kendrick, to Robert Brooks for $548 (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book K, p. 324).
By 1831, John E. Lloyd's health was fading, for on 5 Mar. 1831, he deeded cattle and furniture to each of his two minor sons, noting in the deed that the gift was "in consideration of the natural affection and love that I have for John E. Lloyd Jr. and James M. Lloyd" (Talbot Co., GA Deed Bok B, p. 154). John E. Lloyd Sr. died at his home in Talbot Co. the following year. On 18 Oct. 1832, Benjamin Lloyd and Joseph Lloyd posted an $8,000 bond as administrators of the estate, Chappell Cox, providing security for the bond. On 7 Jan. 1833, bond for Benjamin and Joseph Lloyd, administrators was raised to $12,000 (Talbot Co., GA Administrators and Guardians (1829-1853) p. 25).
Early in 1835, after sale of property, the estate was valued at $7,012.93 from which $142 was paid each to L. McPherson (husband of Sarah), Leroy Lloyd, John Gaddis (husband of Elizabeth), War Gaddis (husband of Miriam), Joseph Lloyd, Benjamin Lloyd, John E. Lloyd Jr., James M. Lloyd, Benjamin B. Kendrick (husband of Frances), and Levi Mullins (husband of Mazy) (Talbot Co., GA, Annual Returns Book B p. 65, see also Book A pp. 86-88).


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Ann GILBERT

Elizabeth "Betsy" Ann GILBERT, wife of John Emery LLOYD is buried in Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Talbot County, Georgia.

Find A Grave Memorial# 66302559 lists her birth in 1769, her marriage to John about 1792 in Hancock County, Georgia, and her death in 1859.

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Paul Eve TWIGGS and Emma GILBERT




Husband Paul Eve TWIGGS 3351

          AKA: Paul David TWIGGS 396,1165
         Born: Abt November 1849 - Georgia 4164
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       Father: George Washington Lowe TWIGGS (Abt 1812-Bef 1870) 1165,3351
       Mother: Harriet Eliza DUNCAN (Abt 1812-After 1880) 904,3351,4159


     Marriage: Bef 1886



Wife Emma GILBERT 396

         Born: Cir 1860
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1 M Paul Eve TWIGGS, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Luda TWIGGS 396,3350

         Born: 1886 - South Carolina 3350
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       Spouse: Guy L. BUSH 396,3350
         Marr: Abt 1910



General Notes: Husband - Paul Eve TWIGGS

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 1 June 1880; Series T9 Roll: 163 Page: 304 (Family History Library Film 1254163 NA Film Number T9-0163Page Number 304A): Harriet TWIGGS Self W Female W 68 SC Keeps House VA VA; J. A. TWIGGS Son S Male W 36 GA Police GA SC; Paul E. TWIGGS Son S Male W 30 GA R.R. Clerk GA SC.


General Notes: Wife - Emma GILBERT

Emma GILBERT married Paul David Twiggs ERWIN per the book Our Family Circle. They had two children, Paul and Luda.
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MOORE and Mary GILBERT




Husband MOORE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary GILBERT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George William GILBERT
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BAIRD (1924-2007)




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1 M Christopher MOORE (details suppressed for this person)

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SULLIVAN and Sally GILBERT




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       Father: George William GILBERT
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BAIRD (1924-2007)




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1 M Andrew SULLIVAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Steve GILBERT and Ellen ROSS




Husband Steve GILBERT 799

         Born: 1835 799
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Wife Ellen ROSS 799

         Born: 1848 799
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1 M Andrew Jackson GILBERT 2352

         Born: 31 July 1873 - Comall County, Texas 799,2352
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         Marr: Abt 1893



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James Angus GILCHRIST and Margaret Lee REID




Husband James Angus GILCHRIST

         Born: Abt 1861
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         Died: 22 June 1896 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama
     Marriage: Bef 1892



Wife Margaret Lee REID 2278

         Born: 31 July 1865 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3195
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       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1745,3192,3193
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3193,3194



 Other Spouse: Richard Ivey SEAWELL - Abt 1897


Children
1 M Henry Grady GILCHRIST

         Born: 15 July 1892
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         Died: 7 August 1898 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - James Angus GILCHRIST

James Angus GILCHRIST, first husband of Margaret Lee REID, is buried in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama.
"A0375 Gilchrist, James Angus (abt. 1861) Jun 22, 1896 Age 35 Years"
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Lee REID

Margaret Lee REID is buried by her second husband Richard Ivy SEAWELL in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama.

"A0372 Seawell, Richard Ivy Jun 29, 1866 Jun 20, 1904
A0373 Seawell, Margaret Reid Jul 31, 1865 Dec 12, 1958 (Margaret "Maggie" Lee Reid, daughter of Henry Preston and Ann Butler Brooks Reid, married 1st James Angus Gilchrist on Nov. 4, 1885, 2nd Richard Ivey Seawell on Mar. 6, 1902)" [http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]
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Alexander Campbell POWELL and Mary Edna GILCHRIST




Husband Alexander Campbell POWELL

         Born: Abt 1891 - Georgia
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Wife Mary Edna GILCHRIST

         Born: Abt 1891 - Georgia
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1 M Earnest Leigh POWELL

         Born: 8 August 1911 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia
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         Marr: 10 December 1938 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia



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Nelson Burgess MURRAY, Jr. and Virginia GILCHRIST




Husband Nelson Burgess MURRAY, Jr. 1365

         Born: 1 June 1914 - Sumter County, South Carolina 43
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       Father: Nelson Burgess MURRAY (1867-1948) 1364
       Mother: Sarah Robinson NELSON (1873-      ) 1364,1366


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Wife Virginia GILCHRIST 3634

         Born: Abt 1916 - Darlington County, South Carolina 3634
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       Father: Eldon D. GILCHRIST, Sr. 3634
       Mother: Carrie CHANDLER 3634




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1 M Nelson Burgess MURRAY III (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Bruce A. MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Caroline MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Nelson Burgess MURRAY, Jr.

NELSON B MURRAY 01 Jun 1914 31 Oct 2001 (V) 29154 (Sumter, Sumter, SC ) (none specified) 250-05-4493 South Carolina (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Virginia GILCHRIST

Virginia Gilchrist Murray
The State (http://www.topix.net/redir/loc=off-hosted-page/http=3A=2F=2Fwww.thestate.com)
January 22, 2007
SUMTER -- Virginia Gilchrist Murray, 91, widow of Nelson B. Murray Jr., died Saturday, January 20, 2007, in Tuomey Healthcare System.
Born in Darlington, she was a daughter of the late Eldon D. Gilchrist Sr. and the late Carrie Chandler Gilchrist.
Mrs. Murray was a graduate of Lander College in Greenwood and a former teacher at Furman and Manchester schools. She was a member of Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross at Stateburg and a former member of Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter.
Surviving are two sons, Nelson Burgess Murray III of West Melbourne, Fla, and Bruce A. Murray of Sumter; a daughter, Caroline Murray Teese and husband, Gregory, of Sumter; a sister, Lucy Cairney of Paradise, Calif.; four grandchildren, Katrina M. Luksovsky and husband, Kyle, Todd D. Murray and wife, Paula, Roy Murray and Heather Murray; four great-grandchildren, Kelsey Luksovsky, Katlyn Murrray, Mason Murray and Breanna Ramos; a special nephew, Dr. LeRoy King of Raleigh, N.C.; a sister-in-law, Mary Gilchrist of Sumter; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross at Stateburg with the Rev. Richard B. Archer officiating.
Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to the Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross Historic Preservation Trust, 335 N. Kings Highway, Sumter, SC 29154.
On-line condolences may be sent to www.sumterfunerals.com.
Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home and Crematory, 221 Broad Street, Sumter, is in charge of the arrangements.
A Obituary posted: January 23, 2007A
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GILDER and Miranda MITCHELL




Husband GILDER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL (Abt 1788-Bef 1840)
       Mother: Elizabeth W. HILL (1797-1852)




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Nathaniel GILES and Lavonia WOOD




Husband Nathaniel GILES

         Born: Cir 1812
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Wife Lavonia WOOD

         Born: 1814 - Washington County, Georgia
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       Father: Peter WOOD (Abt 1775-1829)
       Mother: Mary ANDERSON (Abt 1791-1884) 557




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Governor of Kentucky William OWSLEY and Elizabeth GILL




Husband Governor of Kentucky William OWSLEY

         Born: 24 March 1782
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         Died: 9 December 1862 - Boyle County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Bellview Cemetery


       Father: William OWSLEY (      -      )
       Mother: Catherine BOLIN (      -      )


     Marriage: 15 July 1804 - Lincoln County, Kentucky



Wife Elizabeth GILL

         Born: 17 April 1788 - Lincoln County, Virginia
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       Buried:  - Bellview Cemetery


       Father: Samuel GILL (      -      )
       Mother: Ruth VANMETER (      -      )




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1 F Amanda OWSLEY

         Born: 24 June 1805
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       Spouse: Clifton RODES
         Marr: Bef 17 August 1825


2 F Amelia OWSLEY

         Born: 6 November 1806
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       Spouse: Simeon H. ANDERSON
         Marr: Bef 17 August 1825


3 M Erasmus Boyle OWSLEY

         Born: 5 February 1811 - Garrard County, Kentucky
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       Spouse: Caroline E. TALBOTT
         Marr: 11 October 1831 - Jessamine County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Catherine Elizabeth BODLEY
         Marr: 24 May 1842 - Fayette, Kentucky


4 F Maria Elizabeth OWSLEY 1235

         Born: 18 June 1813
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       Spouse: Charles Henry TALBOTT
         Marr: 6 November 1828 - Garrard County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Representative Albert Gallatin TALBOTT, Sr. 1235
         Marr: 24 February 1839 - Lancaster, Kentucky 1235


5 F Almira OWSLEY

         Born: 1808
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General Notes: Husband - Governor of Kentucky William OWSLEY

Kentucky Governor William Owsley Born: March 24, 1782
Died: December 9, 1862
Birth State: Virginia
Party: Whig
Family: Married Elizabeth Gill; six children
Religion: Presbyterian
Periods in Office:From: September 4, 1844To: September 6, 1848 State Web Site (http://www.state.ky.us)
WILLIAM OWSLEY, Kentucky's sixteenth governor, was born in Virginia on March 24, 1782. In 1783, his family moved to Kentucky and settled in Lincoln County, where Owsley attended the common schools. Before he studied law, he held various jobs, working as a teacher, a deputy sheriff, and a surveyor. He entered politics in 1809, serving as a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives, a position he held until 1811, and in which he was reelected to in 1831. In 1812, he was appointed to the Court of Appeals, where he served as a justice until 1828. He also served as a member of the Kentucky State Senate from 1832 to 1834, and was secretary of state from 1834 to 1836. Owsley won the Whig gubernatorial nomination and was elected governor by a popular vote in 1844. During his tenure, funding was increased for public education, the state's deficit was reduced, and troops were raised for service in the Mexican War. Also, Robert J. Breckinridge was appointed the public school superintendent in 1847, and the controversial ouster of Secretary of State Ben Hardin was dealt with. After leaving office, Owsley returned to his farm near Danville, retiring from public service. Governor William Owsley passed away on December 9, 1862, and was buried at the Bellview Cemetery in Danville, Kentucky.
Sources:
Sobel, Robert, and John Raimo, eds. Biographical Directory of the Governors of the United States, 1789-1978, Vol. 2, Westport, Conn.; Meckler Books, 1978. 4 vols.
(National Governors Association, http://www.nga.org/portal/site/nga/menuitem.29fab9fb4add37305ddcbeeb501010a0/?vgnextoid=ada6c895ddf56010VgnVCM1000001a01010aRCRD&vgnextchannel=e449a0ca9e3f1010VgnVCM1000001a01010aRCRD)

RELATIONSHIPS between these OWSLEY names?
From: Garrard County, Kentucky Abstracts of Owsley Deeds 1797 - 1864 abstracted from microfilm by Ronny O. Bodine. Garrard County was created in 1797 from Madison, Lincoln and Mercer Counties. The following deed abstracts were first published from December 2000 to December 2001 in the Owsley Family Historical Society Newsletter::
Deed Book G, Deeds Recorded June 1819 - September 1821:
p. 231 Deed of 30 Sept 1819 from Daniel OWSLEY, of Lincoln Co. and John OWSLEY and Wm. OWSLEY, executors of the last will and testament of Wm. OWSLEY, decd, to Solomon BOYLE, of Garrard Co. Residue of a tract of 1000 acres patented in the names of Daniel & Wm. OWSLEY on 23 Apr 1800 amounting to $500 and conveyed by them by deed to Henry OWSLEY on 19 Feb 1810, for an unspecified amount. No witnesses. Registered 5 Oct 1819.
Deed Book J Deeds Recorded September 1825 to November 1829:
p. 108 Deed of 13 Aug 1824 from James ALDRIDGE & Cassander, his wife, John ALDRIDGE & Polly, his wife, William OUSLEY & Elizabeth, his wife, John GILL & Patsy, his wife, James GEORGE Jr. & Emily, his wife, William GILL, Joseph GILL & Thruse, his wife, to Erasmus GILL, all of Garrard Co. 202 acres, 2 rods and 20 poles, of the estate of Samuel GILL, decd, reserving to his widow Ruth her dower rights for $20 per acre. No witnesses. Reg. 31 Aug 1824.
p. 127 Deed of 15 Oct 1824 from John HAM to William OWSLEY, both of Garrard Co. 8 acres on the waters of Gilbert's Creek for a deed executed by John A. LAPSLEY & Polly, his wife, in 182_ , of land described therein, & $12.50 per acre. No witnesses. Reg. 29 Oct 1824.
p. 250 Deed of 16 Aug 1825 from William OWSLEY, of Garrard Co. to Clifton RODES, of Madison Co. & Simeon H. ANDERSON, of Garrard Co. 190 acres on the waters of Dicks River, being the same tract conveyed to Owsley by George JACKMAN on 7 Sept 1819, for the natural love and affection OWSLEY has for his daughters Amanda RODES, wife of Clifton RODES and Amelia ANDERSON, wife of Simeon H. ANDERSON, as an advancement to them and for $1.00. No witnesses. Reg. 17 Aug 1825.
Deed Book L Deeds Recorded March 1831 to April 1835:
p. 158 Deed of 1 Aug 1833 from William OUSLEY to Charles H. TALBOTT & Maria, his wife, all of Garrard Co. 118 acres located 1 1/2 miles south of Lancaster on the road leading from Lancaster to Stanford, for the esteem and regard OWSLEY bears to Charles H., his son-in-law, as well as his daughter, Maria E. and for $1.00. No witnesses. Reg. 1 Aug 1833.
Deed Book M Deeds Recorded January 1836 to October 1838:
p. 168 Deed of 10 Oct 1836 from William OWSLEY and Elizabeth, his wife, of Franklin Co. to Erasmus Boyle OWSLEY, of Garrard Co. For $2000 and natural love and affection, a tract of 296 acres which had been conveyed to William OWSLEY by John A. Lapsley and others. No witnesses. Reg. 21 Oct 1836.
p. 285 Deed of 26 July 1837 from William OWSLEY and Elizabeth, his wife, of Franklin Co. to Simeon H. ANDERSON, of Garrard Co. For $4500.00, about 300 acres in Garrard Co. about 1/2 mile south of Lancaster lying on the west side of the road leading from Lancaster to Stanford, now occupied by ANDERSON, as a residence, and for many years previously occupied by Owsley. The land is known by the name Pleasant Retreat. No witnesses. Reg. 26 July 1837.
Deed Book N Deeds Recorded September 1838 to March 1841:
p. 209 Deed of 6 Aug 1839 from Erasmus B. OWSLEY to George B. MASON, both of Garrard Co. For $35 per acre, 356 1/4 acres. No witnesses. Reg. 6 Aug 1839.
Deed Book P Deeds Recorded June 1843 to May 1853:
p. 338 Deed of 20 May 1845 from William OWSLEY and Elizabeth, his wife, of Franklin Co. to George M. PROCTOR, et al, children and heirs of Thomas S. PROCTOR, decd., of Boyle Co. By deed of 15 Aug 1825 OWSLEY conveyed to Samuel H. ANDERSON and Clifton RODES a tract of land. Elizabeth OWSLEY did not relinquish her dower rights at that time and does so now for $1.00. No witnesses. Reg. 9 June 1845.
p. 367 Deed of 19 Aug 1845 from William OWSLEY and Elizabeth, his wife, of Franklin Co. to Erasmus GILL, of Boyle Co. For $146.19 the claim of Elizabeth OWSLEY as sister and one of the heirs of Saml. GILL junr. to a tract now in possession of Erasmus GILL is relinquished to GILL. No witnesses. Reg. 19 Aug 1845.
(http://www.owsleyfamily.org/courtrecords.html)


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth GILL

From: Garrard County, Kentucky Abstracts of Owsley Deeds 1797 - 1864 abstracted from microfilm by Ronny O. Bodine. Garrard County was created in 1797 from Madison, Lincoln and Mercer Counties. The following deed abstracts were first published from December 2000 to December 2001 in the Owsley Family Historical Society Newsletter:
"Deed Book E Deeds Recorded April 1814 - May 1818: p. 300 Deed of 12 Aug 1816 from Wm. Owsley & Elizabeth, his wife, of Garrard Co. to Reubin H. Elkins, of Lancaster. Lot 45 in the Town of Lancaster for $600. No witnesses. Registered 13 Aug 1816."
"p. 319 Deed of 3 Sept 1815 from John GILL to William OWSLEY. 15 acres on the waters of Dicks River for $105. Witnessed by Jos. GILL and James ALDRIDGE. Registered 9 Nov 1816." (Elizabeth's family?)
(http://www.owsleyfamily.org/courtrecords.html)

Note: "Lincoln County, Virginia (later Kentucky) was formed from Kentucky County, Virginia. One of the first three counties of Kentucky (with Fayette and Jefferson Counties), it was created on 30 Jun 1780." Timewise, Elizabeth GILL, birth in 1780, was born in the bounds of either Kentucky or Lincoln County, Virginia. (Kentucky County Timeline
Formation of Kentucky Counties. Timeline created by Lee H. Hoffman, 1993 and revised 1996. (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~harrisonrep/Census/kycounty.htm)
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Samuel GILL and Ruth VANMETER




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1 F Elizabeth GILL

         Born: 17 April 1788 - Lincoln County, Virginia
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       Buried:  - Bellview Cemetery
       Spouse: Governor of Kentucky William OWSLEY
         Marr: 15 July 1804 - Lincoln County, Kentucky



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GILLARD and Sandrea Jane SCARBROUGH




Husband GILLARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sandrea Jane SCARBROUGH

         Born: 8 June 1958
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       Buried:  - Restlawn Memorial Park, Duval County, Florida


       Father: William Jack SCARBROUGH (      -Bef 2008)
       Mother: Wilma Irene BURNEY (1925-2008)



 Other Spouse: Jerry Walker BUTLER


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General Notes: Wife - Sandrea Jane SCARBROUGH

Sandra Jane Scarbrough Gillard married Jerry Walker Butler on 21 Jun 1986 in Volusia County, Florida. [Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001, Volume: 6147, Certificate: 058639, Florida Department of Health]

Sandra Jane SCARBROUGH is named as a deceased sister in the 1997 obituary of her brother, Earl G. SCARBROUGH.

Florida Death Index, 1877-1998: Sandra Jane SCARBROUGH ; Birth Date: 8 Jun 1958; Death Date: 3 Nov 1990; County of Death: Volusia; State of Death: Florida; Age at Death: 32; Race: White.
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John Allen GILLESPIE and Keiko YAMAMOTO




Husband John Allen GILLESPIE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Elmer L. GILLESPIE
       Mother: Gloria --?--


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Aylor Arthur KUYKENDALL and Laura Myrtle GILLEY




Husband Aylor Arthur KUYKENDALL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Laura Myrtle GILLEY

         Born: 1 January 1904 - Bexar County, Texas
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       Buried: 26 December 1978 - San Jose Burial Park, Bexar County, Texas


       Father: Thomas Jefferson GILLEY (Abt 1877-      )
       Mother: Ila E. DOBIE (1880-      )



 Other Spouse: Edgar June BAILEY - 1 May 1929 - Comal County, Texas (Divorced)


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1 M Art Thomas KUYKENDALL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Ernest Taylor KUYKENDALL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Laura Myrtle GILLEY

Amendment to Certificate of Birth. Date filed: 17 June 1968
Registrant: L. N. Gilley, born 1 January 1904 in Elmendorf, Bexar County, Texas.
Items to be corrected:
Name: L. N. Gilley to Laura Myrtle Gilley
Sex: Femal to Female
Father: Thomas Gilly to Thomas Jefferson Gilley
Mother: Ila Gilley to Ila Dobie
Affidavit of Ethel May Laughlin, requestor, 238 Waugh, San Antonio, Texas, 17 February 1968. Sister of Registrant. Date filed: 17 June 1968
["Texas Birth Certificates, 1903-1935,"]

1940 U.S. Census, Texas, Bexar County, Pct 1, San Antonio, Area F; Series: T627 Roll: 4208 Page: 5A:
112 BAILEY Myrtle Lodger 36 Div Texas Nurse Private party
On 1 April 1935, Myrtle resided in Rural Refugio County Texas.

Laura Myrtle Kuykendall born 1 January 1904 in Elmendorf, Texas, died 24 December 1978 in Liberty County, Texas at age 74. She was a widowed housewife who resided at 406 Glamis, San Antonio, Texas. Her parents were Thomas J. Gilley and Ida [sic, Ila] Dobie. Informant was Alice P. Murphy. Interment was in San Jose Burial Park, San Antonio, Texas on 26 December 1978.
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James Boisseau JONES and Ann GILLIAM




Husband James Boisseau JONES 3172

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Wife Ann GILLIAM 3172

         Born: 6 April 1731 - Albemarle Parish, Virginia 3172
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       Father: Hinchia GILLIAM II (      -Between 1737/1737) 888
       Mother: Faith BRIGGS (      -      ) 888




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John ROCHELL and Judith GILLIAM




Husband John ROCHELL 886

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Wife Judith GILLIAM 49

         Born: After 1747 - Southampton County, Virginia
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       Father: John GILLIAM (1712/1712-Between 1765/1769) 45
       Mother: Lucy CLEMENTS (      -Bef 1778) 45




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1 F Judith ROCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Judith GILLIAM

Judith GILLIAM in named in the 9 July 1778 Will of her grandfather, Benjamin CLEMENTS: "I give unto my grand daughter, Judith GILLIAM my negro boy, Ned to her and her heirs. I also give her one hundred and fifty [pounds?] current money. I also give her one feather bed and furniture."
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Robert TUCKER and Mary GILLIAM




Husband Robert TUCKER 886

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Wife Mary GILLIAM 886

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       Father: Thomas GILLIAM (Cir 1705-1790) 886
       Mother: Mary --?-- (      -Between 1766/1794) 886




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General Notes: Husband - Robert TUCKER

of Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 1822.
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Charles J. THOMPSON and Celestine GILLIES




Husband Charles J. THOMPSON

         Born: 25 November 1886 - Louisiana
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       Buried:  - Woodlawn Cemetery, Marion County, Florida
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Wife Celestine GILLIES

         Born: Abt 1890 - Louisiana
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1 F Mildred Alice THOMPSON

         Born: Abt 1912 - Louisiana
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       Spouse: John Levi DANIELL 2856
         Marr: 7 July 1935 - Muscogee County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Charles J. THOMPSON

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3HQV-PPZ : accessed 22 Nov 2014), Charles Thompson in household of Charle J Thompson, Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0003, sheet 14A, family 249, NARA microfilm publication T626, Affiliate Film Number: 377, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 2340112.
Charle J Thompson Head M 42 LA England England Manager Bottling plant
Celestine Thompson Wife F 40 LA England LA
Hazel Thompson Dau F 23 LA LA LABookkeeper Dry goods store
Mabel Thompson Dau F 21 LA LA LA Stenographer Chemical Plant
Mildred Thompson Dau F 18 LA LA LA Bookkeeper Dry goods store
Charles Thompson Son M 16 LA LA LA

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTCQ-WDS : accessed 23 Nov 2014), Celestine G Thompson in household of Charles J Thompson, Ward 2, Ocala, Election Precinct 1, Marion, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 42-2, sheet 4B, family 98, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 600, NARA digital publication of T627, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
Charles J Thompson Head M 51 LA
Celestine G Thompson Wife F 50 LA
Hazel C Thompson Dau F 33 LA
On 1 April 1935, Charles and Celestine resided in the same place. Hazel resided in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.

Charles is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Ocala, Marion County, Florida. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 27843165:

THOMPSON
CHARLES JOHN CELESTINE G.
NOV. 25, 1886 OCT. 31, 1887
JAN. 5, 1966 JULY 16, 1969


General Notes: Wife - Celestine GILLIES

Miss Celestine Gillies married Mr. Chas. J, Thompson on 16 January 1906 in Sts. Peter and Paul's Church, Father Hanrahan officiating. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Sunday, April 8, 1906, Page 8]

Celestine is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Ocala, Marion County, Florida. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 27843176:

THOMPSON
CHARLES JOHN CELESTINE G.
NOV. 25, 1886 OCT. 31, 1887
JAN. 5, 1966 JULY 16, 1969
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Harvey Mack GINGLES and Belle GILLION




Husband Harvey Mack GINGLES (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M William Harvey GINGLES

         Born: 31 May 1902
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         Marr: 22 February 1925 - Butler County, Alabama



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Kevin Lee GRIFFIS and Dawn Michelle GILLIS




Husband Kevin Lee GRIFFIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Dawn Michelle GILLIS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Mother: Elizabeth "Betty" Ann LEGGETT




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1 F Ashleigh Eliza GRIFFIS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Austin Michael GRIFFIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Michael GILLIS and Elizabeth "Betty" Ann LEGGETT




Husband Michael GILLIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Elizabeth "Betty" Ann LEGGETT (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Dawn Michelle GILLIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Eddie GILLUM and Doris Ann KIRK




Husband Eddie GILLUM (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Doris Ann KIRK (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Carroll Edwin KIRK
       Mother: Gloria Jean REEVES



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1 F Tabitha Leeann GILLUM (details suppressed for this person)

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Thomas McGEHEE and Elizabeth "Betty" GILMER




Husband Thomas McGEHEE

         Born: December 1771 - Virginia
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       Father: Micajah McGEHEE (Cir 1745-1811)
       Mother: Anne Baytop SCOTT (Cir 1753-1816)


     Marriage: 1798 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia 4374



Wife Elizabeth "Betty" GILMER

         Born: 15 October 1780
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas McGEHEE

"Lived on Long Pond Creek, Oglethorpe County, and finally moved to Texas. Issue 12 children: Thomas of Atlanta, and George T., of the State Senate of Texas, are among his descendants."
Thomas was six feet tall, very strong, and weighted 350 pounds before his death.
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Daniel Elza JONES and Annie Belle GILMORE




Husband Daniel Elza JONES

         Born: 17 April 1877 - Tattnall County, Georgia
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Wife Annie Belle GILMORE

         Born: 27 April 1876 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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1 F Sue Bessie JONES (details suppressed for this person)

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Dr. Benjamin Fleming JORDAN II and Annie Belle GILMORE




Husband Dr. Benjamin Fleming JORDAN II (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Annie Belle GILMORE

         Born: 4 December 1871 - Georgia
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       Father: Colonel John N. GILMORE (Abt 1836-1898) 2820
       Mother: Laura Caroline TUCKER (Abt 1841-      ) 2820




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General Notes: Wife - Annie Belle GILMORE

"Tuesday, September 3, 1888: LOCAL. Mr. J. N. Gilmore and daughters, Misses Mary and Annie Belle, spent several days of last week in Augusta." (The Central Georgian Published Weekly by H. D. Capers and J. N. Gilmore at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/gawashin/2004-04/1081610405.)
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Colonel John N. GILMORE and Laura Caroline TUCKER




Husband Colonel John N. GILMORE 2820

         Born: Abt 1836 - Georgia
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Wife Laura Caroline TUCKER 2820

         Born: Abt 1841 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia
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       Father: Harper TUCKER (1805-1851) 2813,2814
       Mother: Mary H. BIVINS (Abt 1806-1878) 2813,2814




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1 M Harper GILMORE 2820

         Born: Abt 1862 - Washington County, Georgia 2820
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2 M John GILMORE 2820

         Born: Abt 1864 - Washington County, Georgia 2820
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3 M Samuel Bothwell GILMORE

         Born: 1867 - Washington County, Georgia
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4 F Mary GILMORE 2820

         Born: Abt 1868 - Washington County, Georgia 2820
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5 M Benjamin GILMORE 2820

         Born: May 1869 - Washington County, Georgia 2820
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6 F Annie Belle GILMORE

         Born: 4 December 1871 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Dr. Benjamin Fleming JORDAN II (living)



General Notes: Husband - Colonel John N. GILMORE

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 182 Page: 324: 131 129 GILMORE John N. 34 MW Lawyer 10,000 5,000 GA;
-- Laura C. 26 F W Keeping house GA;
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GILMORE Harper 7 M W GA;
-- John 5 M W GA;
-- Mary 2 F W GA;
-- Benjamin 5/12 M W GA May;
DUNCAN Hareford D. 80 M W Baptist minister GA;
TWIGGS Eliza 50 F W At home --- 9,000 GA;
TWIGGS H. Duncan 33 M W Lawyer 1,000 100 GA;
-- Lucy 25 F W At home GA;
-- David 8 M W GA;
-- Joseph 6 M W GA;
-- Lilla 4 F W GA;
GILMORE Thomas 30 M W Clerk Sup. Court GA;
HATCH Milo G. 21 M W Lawyer GA;
ADAMS Horace D. 23 M W Ret(ail?) Grocer --- 1,500 GA;
-- William B. 20 M W Clerk in Ret Grocery GA.


General Notes: Wife - Laura Caroline TUCKER

"Thursday, March 24, 1881: PERSONAL. Mrs. A. J. Bothwell, of Augusta, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. N.Gilmore, returned on Monday. (The Central Georgian Published Weekly by H. D. Capers and J. N. Gilmore at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/gawashin/2004-04/1081610405.)

"Thursday, May 10, 1883: PERSONAL. Mrs. A.J. Bothwell and children, of Augusta, are visiting the family of Col. J.N. Gilmore. (The Central Georgian Published Weekly by H. D. Capers and J. N. Gilmore at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/gawashin/2004-04/1081610405.)

"Tuesday, September 3, 1888: LOCAL. Mr. J. N. Gilmore and daughters, Misses Mary and Annie Belle, spent several days of last week in Augusta." (The Central Georgian Published Weekly by H. D. Capers and J. N. Gilmore at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/gawashin/2004-04/1081610405.) 2820
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Henry MAY and Sarah M. GILMORE




Husband Henry MAY

         Born: Between 1800 and 1810 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 122
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 122


     Marriage: 25 April 1825 - Greene County, Alabama



Wife Sarah M. GILMORE 4375

         Born: Cir 1808
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Notes: Marriage

Henry May married Sarah M.. Gilmore on 25 April 1825 in Greene County, Alabama. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQKV-S3X : accessed 26 Aug 2013), Henry May and Sarah M. Gilmore, 25 Apr 1825.]
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Abraham GINDRAT




Husband Abraham GINDRAT

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1 M Henry Abraham GINDRAT 424

          AKA: Henry A. GENDRATT 3792
         Born: Cir 1770
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       Spouse: Elizabeth C. COOK 424
         Marr: Abt 1790



General Notes: Husband - Abraham GINDRAT

Will of Abraham GINDRAT:
"In the name of God Amen I Abraham GINDRAT of Craven County and Province of South Carolina being very weak in body but of perfect sound mind and memory and as Knowing the Mortality of my Body and that it is appointed by God for all men to die and to come to Judgement Do make and Ordain this my last will and Testament and as I do hope to die in the Christian Faith and to be Buried in a Christian like manner; Need no further Preamble; And as to what Worldly Goods it, hath been pleased God to Endow me with I Give Devise, and Bequeathe in manner and form following And that first and principally it is my desire that all my Just Debts be paid without trouble or suit of Law -
Item I Give and bequeath unto my well beloved Son Henry Abraham GINDRAT Ten Negro Slaves Viz. Tobias, Sarah, Abraham, Joseph, Hannah, Penelopy, Liddy, Cubit, John, Sem[lined out], Samson, and two Horses, tenhead of Cattle, and all my Household furniture and Gray Horse to be Sold and a Tract of a Hundred and fifty Acres of Land lying on Bees Creek to be sold if the titles can be found Also my desire is that after my Debts is paid for the money to be let out upon Interest, if any remains and if he dies before he comes of Age I Give and Bequeathe to Jane FORGOSON [sic] two negroes Viz. Samson and Penellopy [sic] and all the rest to my Brother Henry GINDRATs two Sons to them and their Heirs foe Ever, And to Cap. John COOKs Son Nathan six breading Cattle and fifteen guineas to him and his Heirs for Ever and to Samuel LAMBRITE Sixty Guineas andrest of the Money to my Brothers Henrys two Sons-
I appoint and impower William LAMBRIGHT, Henry GINDRAT and Cap. John COOK Extors to this my Last Will and Testament and in Witnefs wherof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this 19 Day of February in the Year of our lord one thousand seven Hundred and Eighty five --- Abrhm GINDRAT (SEAL)
Winefses - Wm. HARDWICH Sarah COOK
Recorded in Will Book A1 Page 270
Recording Date Not Available
Ord. Not Known.
Apt. 130 Pkg. 5111"
[http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=305129]
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Colonel Philip Henry RAIFORD and Sarah Maria GINDRAT




Husband Colonel Philip Henry RAIFORD 2312

         Born: 10 August 1810 - Cumberland County, North Carolina 2312
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       Buried:  - Baggs Cemetery, Long County, Georgia


       Father: Robert RAIFORD (Abt 1770-1835)
       Mother: Henrietta NEWBY (Abt 1784-After 1860) 2312


     Marriage: 4 February 1835 - Montgomery County, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Frances Jane JEFFERSON 1273 - 4 May 1853 - Washington, District of Columbia



Wife Sarah Maria GINDRAT

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1 M John Gindrat RAIFORD

         Born: Abt 1836 - Montgomery County, Alabama
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General Notes: Husband - Colonel Philip Henry RAIFORD

Philip H. Raiford married Sarah M. Gindrat on 4 February 1835 in Montgomery County, Alabama. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQ8G-GLV : accessed 12 May 2013), Philip H. Raiford and Sarah M. Gindrat, 04 Feb 1835.]

From the Memorial Records of Alabama, Brant & Fuller, 1893, Pages 104-106:
"The First Alabama Regiment of Volunteers for the Mexican War was organized at Mobile, June 1846, for twelve months. Its colonel was John R. Coffee of Jackson County... There were independent companies under Captains Desha, Elmore and Platt, a company of mounted volunteers under Captain James McGee and a battalion of volunteers commanded by Colonel Philip H. Raiford. Captains Curtis, Downman and Ligon. Among the Alabamians who lost their lives in Mexico, were Lieutenant John L. May and Lieutenant William R. King , the former at Matamoras in 1846, and the latter at Orzaba in 1848."

Presidential appointment: "Philip Raiford, of Alabama, to be Indian agent for the Creek Indians. [The Daily Union, Washington, District of Columbia, Wednesday, May 9, 1849, Page 2]

COL. P. H. RAIFORD, Creek Indian Agent, has arrived at Little Rock, Arkansas, from New Orleans, with about $1,400,000 in gold coin, for disbursement to the various tribes of Indians in the Southwestern Superintendancy, consisting of the Choctaws, Cherokees, Creeks, and Seminoles. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Thursday, November 25, 1852, Page 2.

Philip Henry RAIFORD married Frances Jane "Fannie" JEFFERSON on 4 May 1853 in Washington D.C.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Travis County, Austin; Series: M653 Roll: 1306 Page: 272: 512 512 P. H. RAIFORD 48 M Stockraiser 6000 13,200 NC; F. J. RAIFORD 29 F Wife VA; K. G. RAIFORD 3 F AL; H. RAIFORD 8/12 F MS; H. RAIFORD 76 F Widow NC.

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Nassau County, Fernandina; Series: M593 Roll: 132 Page: 381: 10 8 RAIFORD Philip 59 M W No occupation 2000 --- NC; -- Fannie 39 F W Keeping house VA; -- Kate 12 F W Attending school AL; -- Henrietta 10 F W Attending school AL; -- Porter 8 M W TX; [next page] -- Philip 5 M W TX; -- Fannie 2 F W TX.

Philip died before 1880 when Fannie, widow, is head of household in Wayne County, Georgia.


Notes: Marriage

Philip H. Raiford married Sarah M. Gindrat on 4 February 1835 in Montgomery County, Alabama. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQ8G-GLV : accessed 12 May 2013), Philip H. Raiford and Sarah M. Gindrat, 04 Feb 1835.]
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William Harvey GINGLES and Abbie Gertrude HARBIN




Husband William Harvey GINGLES

         Born: 31 May 1902
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       Father: Harvey Mack GINGLES
       Mother: Belle GILLION


     Marriage: 22 February 1925 - Butler County, Alabama



Wife Abbie Gertrude HARBIN 2277,4373

         Born: 27 November 1906 - Alabama 4373
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       Father: George Washington HARBIN (1857-1943) 2276,2277
       Mother: Ethel Harris REID (1869-1938) 2275,2277,2278




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General Notes: Husband - William Harvey GINGLES

Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974: William Harvey GINGLES died 22 Sep 1972 in Greenville, Butler County, Alabama at age 70. He was the husband of Gertrude Harbin GINGLES and son of Harvey M. GINGLES and Belle GILLION. [FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2114477, Reference Number: 22350]

"GINGLES, WILLIAM 31 May 1902 Sep 1972 70 36032 (Fort Deposit, Lowndes, AL) (none specified) Alabama 419-22-1560" [SSDSI]


General Notes: Wife - Abbie Gertrude HARBIN

'GINGLES, GERTRUDE H. 27 Nov 1906 19 Jun 1999 (V) 92 35501 (Jasper, Walker, AL) (none specified) Alabama 419-22-1543" [SSDI]


Notes: Marriage

Abbie Gertrude HARBIN, age 18, married William Harvey GINGLES, age 23, on 22 February 1925 in Industry, Butler County, Alabama. [Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957: FamilySearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M73668-7, System Origin: Alabama-EASy, Source Film Number: 1290258, Reference Number: P 270]
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Joe Willis SANDERS and LaQuetta Ann GIPSON




Husband Joe Willis SANDERS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Michael Scott SANDERS (details suppressed for this person)

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Arthur JACKS, Sr. and Sue GIRLEY




Husband Arthur JACKS, Sr.

         Born: Cir 1946
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       Father: Douglas JACKS
       Mother: Bessie J. DANIEL (1926-2010) 1636


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William GLADIN and MARY




Husband William GLADIN

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General Notes: Husband - William GLADIN

William GLADDINS received NN Grants E:342, 10 October 1741, for 80 acres on Difficult Run, corner Thomas LEWIS. William and wife, Mary, sold this land to John TRAMMELL on 8 January 1761.
He also received NN Grant F:198, on 10 December 1744, for 119 acres on South Run of Four Mile Run, corner Capt, PEARSON now ALEXANDERS's land. William sold this land four years later to John RAY, Sen. of Prince George County, Maryland.
William's brother, John GLADIN, in his will of 9 August 1749, left his home land to his wife, Frances O'DANIEL GLADIN, leased from ALEXANDER, for her life. John had no children. The remainder of his land and estate went to his goddaughter, Sarah NELSON, daughter of Ann NELSON. John O'DANIEL was executor over Sarah's bequeaths and William O'DANIEL executor over Frances' part. Sarah NELSON "departed this life an infant." Her bequeath was granted to John GLADIN's brother, William GLADDEN per NN Grants I:89, 1 August 1762, 355 acres, and I:158, 7 January 1767, 244 and 3/4 acres. The latter grant being on Piney Run, RAVENSWORTH, MASON, HEREFORD and Bryan ALLASON. William and his wife, Mary, sold the land granted in I:89 to John ASKIN on 10 November 1762. The I:158 grant was sold by William and his wife, Jane, then of Loudoun County, to William TRIPLETT on 2 June 1767.
The names Francis, John, William and Wido GLADDIN appear on Green's list of tithables. The GLADDIN family is mentioned in the "Minutes of the Vestry, Truro Parish".
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William GLADIN and JANE




Husband William GLADIN

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General Notes: Husband - William GLADIN

William GLADDINS received NN Grants E:342, 10 October 1741, for 80 acres on Difficult Run, corner Thomas LEWIS. William and wife, Mary, sold this land to John TRAMMELL on 8 January 1761.
He also received NN Grant F:198, on 10 December 1744, for 119 acres on South Run of Four Mile Run, corner Capt, PEARSON now ALEXANDERS's land. William sold this land four years later to John RAY, Sen. of Prince George County, Maryland.
William's brother, John GLADIN, in his will of 9 August 1749, left his home land to his wife, Frances O'DANIEL GLADIN, leased from ALEXANDER, for her life. John had no children. The remainder of his land and estate went to his goddaughter, Sarah NELSON, daughter of Ann NELSON. John O'DANIEL was executor over Sarah's bequeaths and William O'DANIEL executor over Frances' part. Sarah NELSON "departed this life an infant." Her bequeath was granted to John GLADIN's brother, William GLADDEN per NN Grants I:89, 1 August 1762, 355 acres, and I:158, 7 January 1767, 244 and 3/4 acres. The latter grant being on Piney Run, RAVENSWORTH, MASON, HEREFORD and Bryan ALLASON. William and his wife, Mary, sold the land granted in I:89 to John ASKIN on 10 November 1762. The I:158 grant was sold by William and his wife, Jane, then of Loudoun County, to William TRIPLETT on 2 June 1767.
The names Francis, John, William and Wido GLADDIN appear on Green's list of tithables. The GLADDIN family is mentioned in the "Minutes of the Vestry, Truro Parish".
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William GLADNEY and Fannie Lou HARRIS




Husband William GLADNEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Fannie Lou HARRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Thelma Anne GLADNEY 408,3212

         Born: 8 August 1911 - Heard County, Georgia 3212
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       Buried: 24 August 2003 - Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia 3212
       Spouse: Melvin Chester BROWN 408,3212
         Marr: 1 June 1935 1359



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Williams WELCH and Mary Crozier GLASGOW




Husband Williams WELCH

         Born: Abt 1802
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     Marriage: Bef 1832



Wife Mary Crozier GLASGOW

         Born: 12 January 1812
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1 M Dr. Spenser Glasgow WELCH, CSA 2600

         Born: 12 March 1834 - Newberry County, South Carolina 2601
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       Buried: 6 January 1916 - Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Cordelia C. STROTHER 1540,2600
         Marr: 13 February 1861 - Lexington County, South Carolina



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Daniel HEATH and Ada GLASS




Husband Daniel HEATH (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Ada GLASS (details suppressed for this person)

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




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Guinn HAMPTON and Alice GLASS




Husband Guinn HAMPTON

         Born: 1876
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Wife Alice GLASS

         Born: 1877
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       Father: James Thomas GLASS (1852-1926)
       Mother: Nancy Jane BURGESS (1855-1922)




Children
1 M Tom HAMPTON

         Born: Abt 1902 - Colquitt County, Georgia
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2 F Ada HAMPTON

         Born: Abt 1907 - Colquitt County, Georgia
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3 F Allie Mae HAMPTON

         Born: Abt 1904 - Colquitt County, Georgia
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4 M Marion HAMPTON

         Born: Abt 1912 - Georgia
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5 F Olivia HAMPTON

         Born: Abt 1914 - Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - Guinn HAMPTON

The 1900 and 1910 censuses are "difficult" to read. Visit the pages yourself. Use CAUTION when accepting the below:

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt County, 1020-Militia Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 189 Page: 213:
254 257 HAMPTON, Guinn Head W M May 1876 24 M 4 GA GA GA (Occ. blank;
-- Allice Wife W F ??? 1877 22 (over 23) M 4 2 2 GA GA GA;
-- Jeremiah son W M Aug 189? 7? S GA GA GA;
-- Susan Dau W F Aug 1898 14/12 S GA GA GA.
Next door is Alice's sister Annie and family (Jackson DEAN).

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Colquitt County, Robinson; Series: T624 Roll: 179 Page: 82:
183 183 HAMPTON Juinn Head M W 35 M1 15 GA GA GA Laborer Working out;
-- Allice Wife F W 35 M1 6 6 GA GA GA;
-- Jerry Son M W 14 S GA GA GA Laborer Working out;
-- Tom Son M W 12 S GA GA GA;
-- Maxl__ S M W 10 S GA GA GA;
-- Alllimay Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA;
-- ____ Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA;
-- B__ie Dau F W 1 S GA GA GA.

Guinn Hampton is presumed to have died before the 1920 census when Alice, widowed, is head of household in Brooks County, Georgia.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Williams 1712-Militia Dist; Series: T625 Roll: 237 Page: 76:
156 157 HAMPTON Alice Head F W 40 Wd GA GA GA Laborer Home farm;
-- Tom Son M W 18 S GA GA GA Laborer Home farm;
-- Ada Dau F W 13 S GA GA GA Laborer Home farm;
-- Allie Mae Dau F W 16 S GA GA GA Laborer home farm;
-- Marion Son M W 8 S GA GA GA;
-- Olivia Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA.


General Notes: Wife - Alice GLASS

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Williams 1712-Militia Dist; Series: T625 Roll: 237 Page: 76: 156 157 HAMPTON Alice Head F W 40 Wd GA GA GA Laborer Home farm; -- Tom Son M W 18 S GA GA GA Laborer Home farm; -- Ada Dau F W 13 S GA GA GA Laborer Home farm; -- Allie Mae Dau F W 16 S GA GA GA Laborer home farm; -- Marion Son M W 8 S GA GA GA; -- Olivia Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA.
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Dudley GLASS and Martha Ann JONES




Husband Dudley GLASS 3869

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Wife Martha Ann JONES 797

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       Father: Colonel John JONES (      -Between 1802/1805) 3868
       Mother: Elizabeth CRAWLEY (Cir 1750-Bef 1776) 3868



 Other Spouse: Thomas SIMMONS 797 - Abt 14 March 1801 - Amelia County, Virginia 797


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James GLASS and Jane SAPP




Husband James GLASS

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Wife Jane SAPP

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1 M James Thomas GLASS

         Born: 3 June 1852 - Brooks County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Nancy Jane BURGESS
         Marr: 12 January 1873 - Thomas County, Georgia



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Judge TERRY and Mary GLASS




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




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BJ NOLAND and Melisa GLASS




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       Father: James Michael GLASS
       Mother: Lottie Noelle DANIEL (1955-2016)




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1 F Thelma NOLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Sydney NOLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Ben NOLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Avery NOLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M Auston NOLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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6 F Rynn NOLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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Y. W. GLASS and Bertha GRAYSON




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Wife Bertha GRAYSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas B. GRAYSON (1833-1903)
       Mother: Caroline McARTHUR (Abt 1835-1916)




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Martin STEMMONS and Charlotte GLASSCOCK




Husband Martin STEMMONS

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Wife Charlotte GLASSCOCK

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1 F Sarah STEMMONS

         Born:  - Kentucky
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GLAZE and Daisy RICE




Husband GLAZE

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         Died: Bef 4 January 1890
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     Marriage: Bef 4 January 1890



Wife Daisy RICE 2569

         Born: December 1860 - Alabama 2568,2569
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       Father: Samuel Farrow RICE (1816-1890) 1239,1240
       Mother: Amanda B. PEARSON (Abt 1821-Bef 1870) 1240



 Other Spouse: George Henry SMATHERS 2568 - Abt 1892


Children
1 F Mary A. GLAZE 2567,2568

         Born: May 1881 - Alabama 2568
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       Spouse: Henry T. BARTLETT 2567
         Marr: Abt 1904



General Notes: Wife - Daisy RICE

Daisey RICE, age 9, is the daughter of Samuel Farrow RICE and Amanda B. PEARSON. In her father's obituary in 1890, she is named as daughter Daisy GLAZE.
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David Munro ROGERS and Henrietta Smith GLEASON




Husband David Munro ROGERS 4225

         Born: 1828
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         Died: 1853
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       Father: Charles W. ROGERS (1789-1849) 4225
       Mother: Anne West MUNRO (1787-1857) 4225


     Marriage: Bef 1851



Wife Henrietta Smith GLEASON 4225,4236

         Born: Abt 1827 - Connecticut 4236
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         Died: 1900
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Children
1 F Julia Henrietta Munro ROGERS 4225,4236

         Born: 25 April 1851 - Hartford, Connecticut 4236
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         Died: 25 March 1922 - Hartford, Connecticut
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       Spouse: Robert Gallaudet ERWIN 2092,4225
         Marr: 29 August 1883



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Phillip Terrell POLLARD and Mary Ann GLENN




Husband Phillip Terrell POLLARD

         Born: 22 November 1951 - Harris County, Texas
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         Died: 1 April 2003
       Buried:  - Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas


       Father: Pvt Charlie Baldwin POLLARD, USA, WWII (1920-1995)
       Mother: Marion Louise BRADLEY


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Kay O. PATTERSON



Wife Mary Ann GLENN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Phillip Terrell POLLARD

Phillip Terrell Pollard, son of Charlie Baldwin Pollard and Marion Louise Bradley, was born 22 Nov 1951 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

Phillip T Pollard, age 18, married Kay O Patterson, age 16, in Harris County, Texas. Certificate Number 138438. ["Texas Marriages, 1966-2010,"]
Phillip Pollard, age 22, and Kay Pollard, age 20, divorced on 10 Sep 1973 in Harris County, Texas. There were no childen under age 18. File Number 043516. ["Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2010,"]

Phillip Terrell Pollard married Mary Ann Glenn on 10 March 1980 in Lee County, Florida. Volume 4638, Certificate Number 019235. ["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

Phillip T Pollard, 22 Nov 1951, resided in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, 1995-1998. Possible Relatives: Maryann G Pollard. Record Number 799619558. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009,"]

Phillip Terrell Pollard, born 22 Nov 1951, resided in Aransas Pass, Texas, 1999-2002. Possible Relative: Mary Ann Pollard. Record Number 465427622 and 826947559. [ States Public Records, 1970-2009,"]

Phillip T Pollard, age 46, and Mary Ann Pollard, age 50, divorced on 10 May 1999 in San Patricio County, Texas. They married on 10 March 1980. There were no children under age 18. File Number 037639. ["Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2010,]

Phillip T. Pollard is buried in Section 4, Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery, The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas. A picture of his marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 155266247:

JAMES H. POLLARD
NOV. 6, 1962 APRIL 9, 2003
second marker on shared stone:
PHILLIP T. POLLARD
NOV. 22, 1951 APRIL 1, 2003
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Robert GLENN and Elizabeth REESE




Husband Robert GLENN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Elizabeth REESE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876)
       Mother: Mary Martha REESE (1804-1883)




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Cheatum James SPATARE and Amelia GLORIOSO




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Wife Amelia GLORIOSO (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Marie Elizabeth SPATARE (details suppressed for this person)

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GLOVER and Elizabeth JONES




Husband GLOVER 1742

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     Marriage: Bef 1719 1742



Wife Elizabeth JONES 1742

         Born: Cir 1745 - Virginia
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       Father: Richard JONES (Cir 1702-1774) 1741
       Mother: Ann HAMILTON (      -1774) 1741




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GLOVER and Elizabeth JONES




Husband GLOVER 1742

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Wife Elizabeth JONES 1742

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       Father: James JONES II (      -1725) 650
       Mother: Rebecca --?-- (      -      ) 651




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GLOVER and Marguerite E. OSBORN




Husband GLOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Marguerite E. OSBORN 2550

         Born: 9 March 1917 - Mississippi
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       Buried:  - IOOF Cemetery, Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississippi


       Father: Samuel Ivy OSBORN (1877-1944) 726
       Mother: Frances Virginia PARK (1886-1958) 724,726



 Other Spouse: BRETLING


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General Notes: Wife - Marguerite E. OSBORN

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VBSH-P1V : accessed 9 March 2015), Frances P Osborn in household of Samuel I Osborn, North Ward, Greenwood, Beat 3, Leflore, Mississippi, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 42-17A, sheet 6B, family 151, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 2043.
Samuel I Osborn Head M 52 MS Lawyer Private practice
Frances P Osborn Wife F 52 TN
Nellie B Osborn Dau F 18 MS
Marguerite Bretling Dau F 23 MS Stenographer Cotton office
Marguerite E Bretling GrDau F 1 MS
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.



Marguerite is buried in the IOOF Cemetery, Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississippi. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 127582363:

MARGERITE OSBORN
GLOVER
MARCH 9, 1917
JAN. 12, 1977
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Gary Eison GLOVER and Henrietta Lucius GRENIKER




Husband Gary Eison GLOVER 43

         Born: 3 August 1947 43
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Wife Henrietta Lucius GRENIKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas Benjamin GRENIKER, Jr. (1925-1983)
       Mother: Lalla Love LUCIUS



 Other Spouse: NIVENS


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General Notes: Husband - Gary Eison GLOVER

"GARY GLOVER 03 Aug 1947 Feb 1979 (not specified) (none specified) 247-82-2198 South Carolina" [SSDI]
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James JORDAN and Mary GLOVER




Husband James JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1732
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Wife Mary GLOVER

         Born: Cir 1735
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Children
1 F Mary JORDAN 604

         Born: Abt 1748 - Virginia 604
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         Died: Abt 1852 - Bulloch County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Archibald CANNON, Sr., RS-NC
         Marr: Bef 1775 - North Carolina



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William L. GLOVER and Julia E. SALLEY




Husband William L. GLOVER 65,4376

         Born: Abt 1878 - South Carolina 4376
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Wife Julia E. SALLEY 25,67,4376

         Born: Abt 1877 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 1773
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       Father: Joel Townsend SALLEY (1842-1888) 26,67,748
       Mother: Lydia M. WALPOLE (1846-      ) 67,748




Children
1 F Julia Louise GLOVER 4376

         Born: Abt 1901 - South Carolina 4376
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2 F Lydia M. GLOVER 4376

          AKA: Lillian GLOVER 318
         Born: Abt 1904 - South Carolina 4376
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3 U GLOVER 4376

         Born: Bef 1910 - South Carolina 4376
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4 M William L. GLOVER, Jr. 318

         Born: 30 March 1917 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 43,318
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         Died: January 1984 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 43
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General Notes: Husband - William L. GLOVER

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, 4-Wd Orangeburg; Series: T624 Roll: 1469 Page: 109: Glover St 67 146 155 GLOVER William L. Head M W 32 M1 10 SC SC SC Cashier Bank; -- Julia S. Wife F W 33 M1 10 3 2 SC SC SC; -- Julia Louise Daughter F W 9 S SC SC SC; -- Lydia M. Dau F W 6 S SC SC SC; FINCHER Agnes Serevant F B 35 Wd - 1 1 SC SC SC Cook; -- Robert Son of servant M B 2/12 S SC SC SC.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, 4-Wd Orangeburg; Series: T625 Roll: 1704 Page: 229: East Glover St 67 83 84 GLOVER William L. Head M W 42 M SC SC SC Cashier Bank; -- Julia Wife F W 42 M SC SC SC; -- Julia L. Dau F W 17 S SC SC SC; -- Lillian [Lydia M. in 1910] Dau F W 15 S SC SC SC; -- William L. Jr. Son M W 210/12 S SC SC SC.


General Notes: Wife - Julia E. SALLEY

The 1900 census shows Julia E. SALLEY's birth as in Nov 1875. In the 1880, 1910, and 1920 censuses, she is consistantly born about 1877. The 1875 date conflicts with the Oct 1875 birth date for her sisteer, Matha F. SALLEY.
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Lewis TUCKER and Mary Ann GOBER




Husband Lewis TUCKER

         Born: 1793 - Franklin County, Georgia
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       Father: Benjamin TUCKER (1758-      )
       Mother: Rebecca --?-- (Cir 1760-      )


     Marriage: 31 October 1822 - Franklin County, Georgia



Wife Mary Ann GOBER

         Born: 1802 - Franklin County, Georgia
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Edwin GRAY and Juliana GODWIN




Husband Edwin GRAY 3236

         Born: 18 July 1743 3236
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       Father: Joseph GRAY (      -Between 1769/1771) 3701
       Mother: Sarah SIMMONS (      -      ) 1734


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Wife Juliana GODWIN 3236

         Born: Cir 1745
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Children
1 F Mary GRAY 3236

         Born: Cir 1769
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       Spouse: Daniel SIMMONS 103
         Marr: Abt 22 September 1788 - Southampton County, Virginia 3236


2 M Joseph GRAY 3236

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3 M Thomas GRAY 3236

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4 M Henry Mills GRAY 3236

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         Marr: 17 March 1812 - Southampton County, Virginia 3236



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James Edgar WILLIS and Marjorie GODWIN




Husband James Edgar WILLIS

         Born: 1 September 1903
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         Died: 3 November 1972 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
     Marriage: 1942



Wife Marjorie GODWIN

         Born: 6 September 1916
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 September 1979 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: TEC 5 Julian Kenneth DANIELL, U.S.A, WWII 2319 - Abt 1938 (Divorced in 1942)


Children
1 F Lucretia Ann DANIELL 3499

          AKA: Lucretta Ann DANIELL
         Born: 5 December 1942
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         Died: 26 September 1985 - Thomasville, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Status: Adopted
      Child-Par.Rel.: Father: Adopted, Mother: Biological
       Spouse: Raymond Joaquin MARTINEZ, Sr., USCG 3499
         Marr: Abt 1958. (Divorced in December 1965)
       Spouse: WILLARD MADDOX (living)
       Spouse: Thomas Ray CAMPBELL
         Marr: Abt 1970



General Notes: Husband - James Edgar WILLIS

James Edgar WILLIS married Marjorie "Margie" GODWIN, who had divorced Julian Kenneth DANIELL. Margie did not tell Julian that she was expecting his child. James accepted Julian's daughter, Lucretia Ann, as his own and gave her his surname.

James and Marjorie later divorced.

James is buried in Section E, Lot 23, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. James shares a headstone base with Teresa Lynn MADDOX, Lucretia Ann's daughter. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85101314:

JAMES E.
WILLIS
SEP. 1, 1903
NOV 3, 1972
GRANDADDY

James E. WILLIS died 3 November 1972 in Thomas County, Georgia at age 69. [FamilySearch.org: Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998, certificate number: 037991.]

Social Security Death Index: James Willis 1 September 1903 November 1972 69 Thomas County, Georgia 31792 260-09-5094 Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Marjorie GODWIN

When Margie GODWIN and Julian Kenneth DANIELL divorced, Margie did not tell Julian that she was pregnant. Her second husband, James Edgar WILLIS, gave Lucretta Ann his family name, hence Lucretta Ann WILLIS, but she is the biological daughter of Julian Kenneth DANIELL.

Social Security Death Index: Margie Willis 16 September 1917 September 1979 62 Grady County, Georgia 31728 266-46-1351 Florida

Margie is buried beside her daughter, Lucretia Ann CAMPBELL, in Laurel Hill Cemetery,Section E, Lot 23, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. A picture of her grave stone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85101423:

MARGIE G WILLIS
SEPT. 6, 1916
SEPT. 13, 1979

ANOTHER FLOWER
IN THE GARDEN
OF GOD AND
ANGEL
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James L. GOFF and Columbia RISHER




Husband James L. GOFF 3862

         Born: Abt 1833 - Mississippi 3862
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Wife Columbia RISHER 3862

         Born: Abt 1834 - Mississippi 3862
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 Other Spouse: William Henderson SMITH 3509 - Bef 1868


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1 F Ida GOFF 3862

         Born: Abt 1857 - Mississippi 3862
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2 M Charles Clinton GOFF 3862

         Born: Abt 1859 - Texas
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3 F Alice GOFF 3509

         Born: Abt 1861 - Texas 3509
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General Notes: Wife - Columbia RISHER

Columbia RISHER GOFF SMITH is named in the grave index information of her daughter, Cordelia Smith CRAIG, in Craig Cemetery, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

Columbia first married James L. GOFF about 1856, probably in Mississippi where their daughter Ida was born about 1857. They moved to Texas befor 1859 were Charles was born. In 1860 they were in Robertson County, Texas.
1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Robertson County, Pct 5, Owensville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1303 Page: 186: 238 238 James L. GOFF 26 M Farmer tenent --- 250 MS; Columbia " 26 F Seamstress MS; Ida " 3 F MS; Charly " 1 M TX.

James is presumed to have died before 1867 when Columbia became the second wife of William Henderson SMITH. Columbia's daughter Cordelia SMITH was born in 1868 in Louisiana.

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Winn Parish, Ward 2; Series: M593 Roll: 535 Page: 477: 44 44 SMITH Henderson 47 M W Farmer 500 420 MS; -- Columbia 34 F W At home MS; -- Isome 20 F W Farm work MS; -- Pleasant E. 15 M W Farm work LA; GOFF Ida 14 F W At home MS; -- Chas 11 M W Farm work TX; -- Allis 9 F W At home TX; SMITH Cordelia 2 F W LA; [next page, 478] SMITH Angelia 2/12 F W At home LA; BROOKS Mary J. 22 F W House work GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Grant Parish, Ward 2; Series: T9 Roll: 453 Page: 247: 296 --- SMITH Henderson W M 55 M Farmer MS MS MS; -- Columbia W F 50 Wife Keeping house MS MS MS; GOFF Charles W M 21 Step-son MS MS MS; SMITH Delia W F 8 Dau MS MS MS; -- Asile [Angela from 1870?] W F 6 Dau MS MS MS; -- Nap W M 4 Son MS MS MS.
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Marion Lafayette GOFF and Vera Bowyer LESLIE




Husband Marion Lafayette GOFF

         Born: November 1888 - Montgomery County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 1974 - Montgomery County, Texas
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas
     Marriage: 18 December 1910 - Montgomery County, Texas



Wife Vera Bowyer LESLIE

         Born: April 1889 - Montgomery County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 1975 - Texas
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas


       Father: Dr. A. F. LESLIE (1864-1914)
       Mother: Fannie B. WOODSON (1866-1941) 3203




Children
1 M Wayne Leslie GOFF

         Born: 8 December 1911 - Montgomery County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 February 1956 - Montgomery County, Texas
       Buried: 21 February 1956 - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas



2 F Mildred B. GOFF

         Born: 1914 - Montgomery County, Texas
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3 F Frances Lewis GOFF

         Born: 19 December 1919 - Montgomery County, Texas
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         Died: 25 January 2011 - Harris County. Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ralph Nicholas BIVINS
         Marr: Bef 1942



General Notes: Husband - Marion Lafayette GOFF

Marion L. Goff was born in Willis, Montgomery County, Texas.

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MCMN-GPD : accessed 25 Aug 2014), Marion L Goff, Willis, Montgomery, Texas, United States; citing sheet 1B, family 24, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821834. District: 102 , Sheet Number and Letter: 1B , Household ID: 24 , Line Number: 91 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T625 , GS Film number: 1821834 , Digital Folder Number: 004391485 , Image Number: 00690
22 24 GOFF Marion L. Head M W 31 M TX AL AL Farmer
-- Vera B. Wife F W 30 M TX TX TX
-- Wayne L. Son M W 8 S TX TX TX
-- Mildred B. Dau F W 5 S TX TX TX
-- Frances L. Dau F W 1/24 S TX TX TX
Next door, Vera's mother and brother:
23 25 LESLIE Kenneth W. Head M W 28 S TX TX TX Tailor
-- Fannie B. Mother F W 54 Wd TX GA AL

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K47B-828 : accessed 27 Aug 2014), Mildred Goff in household of Marion L Goff, Tract 30, Houston, Justice Precinct 1, Harris, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 258-175, sheet 4B, family 96, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 4196. District: 258-175 , Family Number: 96 , Sheet Number and Letter: 4B , Line Number: 61 , Affiliate Publication Number: T627 , Affiliate Film Number: 4196 , Digital Folder Number: 005458110 , Image Number: 00084
Marion L Goff Head M 51 M TX
Vera Goff Wife F 50 M TX
Frances Goff Dau F 20 S TX
Mildred Goff Dau F 25 S TX
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in Lometa, Lampasas County, Texas.

Find A Grave Memorial# 66550019


General Notes: Wife - Vera Bowyer LESLIE

Vera B Goff, daughter of Frank Leslie and Fannie Woodson, born 19 April 1889, died 8 May 1975 in Houston, Harris County, Texas at age 86. She was a widow and resident of Belaire, Harris County, Texas. Informant was Mildred G. Beasley. Interment was on 10 May 1975 in Willis Cemetery, willis Texas. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K78G-249 : accessed 25 Aug 2014), Vera B Goff, 08 May 1975; citing certificate number 35462, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2243950.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 68911436


Notes: Marriage

M L Goff married Vera Leslie in 18 December 1910 in Montgomery County, Texas. ["Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FXS9-66K : accessed 25 Aug 2014), M L Goff and Vera Leslie, 18 Dec 1910; citing Montgomery, Texas, , reference bk 9 p 444; FHL microfilm 1006047.]
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Fred NICKEL and Doris GOLDING




Husband Fred NICKEL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Doris GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Roy GOLDING (1889-1971)
       Mother: Mary Berta DANIELL (1892-1973)




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Elbert HURST and Gloria Cornelia GOLDING




Husband Elbert HURST (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Roy GOLDING, Jr. (1914-1996)
       Mother: Thelma PLYMEL (1930-2011)




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2 M Casey HURST (details suppressed for this person)

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James Roy GOLDING, Jr. and Mildred KNIGHT




Husband James Roy GOLDING, Jr. 2320

         Born: 29 January 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 19 July 1996 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: James Roy GOLDING (1889-1971) 813
       Mother: Mary Berta DANIELL (1892-1973) 815


     Marriage: Abt 1935

 Other Spouse: Thelma PLYMEL - 9 September 1952 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Mildred KNIGHT

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1 M Colonel Wayne GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Leon Roudon GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James Roy GOLDING, Jr.

James Roy GOLDING, Jr., married Thelma PLYMEL on 9 September 1952 in Thomas County, Georgia. He is a son of James GOLDING and Mary DANIELL. He was born 29 January 1914 in Thomas County, Georgia, and died 19 July 1996 in Thomas County.
James and Thelma's children are Gloria Cornelia, James Roger, Diane, and Penny.

Obituary:
GOLDING
Services for James R. Golding Jr., 82, 543 Oak Hill Road, Thomasville, are at 3 p.m. today Sunday, July 21, 1996, at Temple Baptist Church. A private family graveside service will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Pastor Coram will officiate. Active pallbearers are Don Johnson, Mike Atkinson, Don Atkinson, Elbert Hurst, Vance Hurst and Malcolm Bassett Sr. Mr. Golding died Friday, July 19, 1996, at Archbold Memorial Hospital. Born Jan. 29, 1914, he was a son of the Late James Roy Golding Sr., and the late Berta Daniels [sic]. He was married Sept. 9, 1952, at Pleasant Grove, Thomas County, to Thelma Plymel. He was a lifelong resident of Thomasville and was a retired truck driver for Colonial Stores after 35 years. Survivors include his wife; son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Judy Golding, Mary Ester, Fla.; son, Leon Roudon Golding, Omaha, Neb.; daughter and son-in-law, Gloria Cornelia and Elbert Hurst, Thomasville; son and daughter-in-law, James Roger and Cindy Golding, Thomasville; daughter and son-in-law, Diane and Malcolm Bassett, Thomasville; daughter and son-in-law; Penny and Don Atkinson, Thomasville; and grandchildren, Geri, Keith, Amy Golding, both of Mary Ester, Michael James Hurst, Ellsworth Air Force Base, Rapid City, S.D., Casey, Christopher and Katie Hurst, all of Thomasville, Adriane and Elisa Golding, Thomasville, Malcolm Daphne and Bradley Bassett, all of Thomasville, Donnie and Holly Atkinson, both of Thomasville.--Whiddon Funeral Home. [Teresa Griffis]
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James Roy GOLDING, Jr. and Thelma PLYMEL




Husband James Roy GOLDING, Jr. 2320

         Born: 29 January 1914 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Laural Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: James Roy GOLDING (1889-1971) 813
       Mother: Mary Berta DANIELL (1892-1973) 815


     Marriage: 9 September 1952 - Thomas County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Mildred KNIGHT - Abt 1935



Wife Thelma PLYMEL

         Born: 21 December 1930
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         Died: 31 January 2011 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 3 February 2011 - Laurel Hill Cemetery


       Father: Melvin C. PLYMEL (1905-1979)
       Mother: Lillie M. DAVIS (Cir 1904-      ) 2320




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1 F Gloria Cornelia GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M James Roger GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Diane GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Penny GOLDING (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James Roy GOLDING, Jr.

James Roy GOLDING, Jr., married Thelma PLYMEL on 9 September 1952 in Thomas County, Georgia. He is a son of James GOLDING and Mary DANIELL. He was born 29 January 1914 in Thomas County, Georgia, and died 19 July 1996 in Thomas County.
James and Thelma's children are Gloria Cornelia, James Roger, Diane, and Penny.

Obituary:
GOLDING
Services for James R. Golding Jr., 82, 543 Oak Hill Road, Thomasville, are at 3 p.m. today Sunday, July 21, 1996, at Temple Baptist Church. A private family graveside service will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Pastor Coram will officiate. Active pallbearers are Don Johnson, Mike Atkinson, Don Atkinson, Elbert Hurst, Vance Hurst and Malcolm Bassett Sr. Mr. Golding died Friday, July 19, 1996, at Archbold Memorial Hospital. Born Jan. 29, 1914, he was a son of the Late James Roy Golding Sr., and the late Berta Daniels [sic]. He was married Sept. 9, 1952, at Pleasant Grove, Thomas County, to Thelma Plymel. He was a lifelong resident of Thomasville and was a retired truck driver for Colonial Stores after 35 years. Survivors include his wife; son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Judy Golding, Mary Ester, Fla.; son, Leon Roudon Golding, Omaha, Neb.; daughter and son-in-law, Gloria Cornelia and Elbert Hurst, Thomasville; son and daughter-in-law, James Roger and Cindy Golding, Thomasville; daughter and son-in-law, Diane and Malcolm Bassett, Thomasville; daughter and son-in-law; Penny and Don Atkinson, Thomasville; and grandchildren, Geri, Keith, Amy Golding, both of Mary Ester, Michael James Hurst, Ellsworth Air Force Base, Rapid City, S.D., Casey, Christopher and Katie Hurst, all of Thomasville, Adriane and Elisa Golding, Thomasville, Malcolm Daphne and Bradley Bassett, all of Thomasville, Donnie and Holly Atkinson, both of Thomasville.--Whiddon Funeral Home. [Teresa Griffis]


General Notes: Wife - Thelma PLYMEL

Thelma PLYMEL married James Roy GOLDING, Jr., on 9 September 1952 in Thomas County, Georgia.

Thelma Joy Golding
Services for Thelma Joy Golding, 80, of Thomasville, will be at 11 a.m., on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011, at Whiddon-Shiver Funeral Home. The Rev. Steve Brooks will officiate. A private family graveside will follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Thomasville. Mrs. Golding passed away at Archbold Memorial Hospital on Monday, Jan. 31, 2011. Mrs. Golding was born on Dec. 21, 1930, in Thomasville, to the late Melvin C. and Lilly M. Davis Plymel. On Sept. 9, 1952, she married James R. Golding Jr. and was married 43 years. Her husband preceded her in death on July 19, 1996. She was a homemaker and a loving mother of four children and two stepchildren. She is survived by her children, Gloria C. Hurst (Elbert), James Roger Golding, Diane Bassett (Malcolm), Penny Atkinson (Don), all of Thomasville; stepchildren, Col. Wayne L. Golding, of Seacrest Beach, Fla., Leon R. Golding, Omaha, Neb.; brother, Mayo Plymel (Mary) of Cairo. She was the beloved grandmother of 15 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and an aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Golding was preceded in death by a brother, Carlton Plymel; and a sister, Eva M. Daniels. The family will receive friends and relatives from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

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Jarvis W. ROGERS and Mary Nell GOLDING




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Wife Mary Nell GOLDING

         Born: 13 November 1919
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       Buried:  - Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: James Roy GOLDING (1889-1971) 813
       Mother: Mary Berta DANIELL (1892-1973) 815




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General Notes: Wife - Mary Nell GOLDING

Mary Nell Golding Rogers is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia, She was born 13 Nov 1919 and died 3 Apr 1986. ["BillionGraves Index,"]

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Aaron HARDWICK and Ann GOLDSBY




Husband Aaron HARDWICK

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       Father: James HARDWICK (Cir 1700-1737)
       Mother: Henrietta GARLAND (Cir 1706-Bef 1746)


     Marriage: 7 September 1753 - Fauquier County, Virginia



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Jeffery Phillip RICE and Katie Marie GOLDSMITH




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       Father: Robert Fleming RICE (1940-1982)
       Mother: Sandra GREENE (1946-1999)


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Robert L. SREDANVICH and Amberly GOLUCKE




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       Father: Lanneau GOLUCKE, Jr.
       Mother: Merle Annette FOURMY




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