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Frazier T. RAIFORD and Mary --?--




Husband Frazier T. RAIFORD 1385

         Born: December 1869 - Marshall County, Mississippi 1386
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 1387
       Buried: 


       Father: Philip RAIFORD (1837-1924) 1385
       Mother: Tommye SALES (1843-1914) 1385,1386


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Frazier T. RAIFORD

1900 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, 1-Wd Jackson; Series: T623 Roll: 810 Page: 220:
Line 9 RAIFORD Frazier T. Boarder W M Nov 1871 28 S MS MS MS Newspaper Coverf___.

Curiously, in the 1900 census, the three children of Philip and Tommie RAIFORD have died. Tommie is listed therein with having had 3 children, but none living. Is this Frazier T., their living son?
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Leonidas BOYER and Mary --?--




Husband Leonidas BOYER 1388

         Born: Abt 1845 - Georgia 1388
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1878



Wife Mary --?-- 1388

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia 1388
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Charles M. BOYER 1389

         Born: 1872 - Georgia 1144,1388
   Christened: 
         Died: 1910 - Georgia 1144
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Leila POSEY 564
         Marr: 24 August 1899 - Hancock County, Georgia


2 F Clara BOYER 1388

         Born: Abt 1870 - Georgia 1388
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Annie BOYER 1388

         Born: Abt 1874 - Georgia 1388
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Clinton BOYER 1388

         Born: Abt 1877 - Georgia 1388
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Leonidas BOYER

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 113-Militia Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 150 Page: 265: 144 144 BOYER Leonidas W M 35 M Laborer GA GA VA; -- Mary W F 30 Wife M Keeps house GA GA VA; -- Clara W F 10 Dau GA GA VA; -- Charles W M 8 Son GA GA VA; -- Annie W F 6 Dau GA GA VA; -- Clinton W F 3 Dau GA GA VA.
(NOTE: States of birth for this family appear to have errors. Leonidas and Mary are dittoed for GA and both their mothers are dittoed for VA. The children are all dittoed as GA GA VA and likely should be GA GA GA. RLD)
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William BURGESS and Mary --?--




Husband William BURGESS

         Born: Abt 1736 - Prince George County, Maryland
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Charles BURGESS (Abt 1709-      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: Abt 1760



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Cir 1740
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Elias BURGESS

         Born: 4 September 1762 - Prince George County, Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 September 1843 - Franklin County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah --?--
         Marr: 19 December 1785 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia



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Duncan NICHOLSON and Mary --?--




Husband Duncan NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 1777 - Scotland 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 December 1861 1390
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1809



Wife Mary --?-- 1390

         Born: 23 February 1790 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Daniel NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 3 October 1809 1390
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth Jackson NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 30 March 1811 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 March 1856 1390
       Buried: 



3 M Archibald NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 3 January 1813 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 October 1864 1390
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary E. HALL 1390
         Marr: 11 February 1841 1390


4 M John NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 11 August 1815 1390
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         Died: 
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5 M Duncan L. NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 8 July 1817 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 July 1860 1390
       Buried: 



6 M William NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 1 July 1819 1390
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Nancy NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 26 November 1821 1390
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         Died: 
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8 M James NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 23 February 1824 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 September 1864 1390
       Buried: 



9 M Arthur B. NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 7 December 1826 1390
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         Died: 
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10 F Mary A. NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 22 March 1830 1390
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         Died: 
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11 M Thomas J. NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 17 June 1832 1390
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         Died: 
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12 M Pleasant NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 15 April 1836 1390
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Duncan NICHOLSON

DUNCAN NICHOLSON BIBLE, Published in 1856, Owned by Mrs. C. E. Bryson, Preston, Ga.
Duncan Nicholson, b. in Scotland, 1777; d. Dec. 10, 1861
Mary Nicholson, b. Feb. 23, 1790
CHILDREN OF MARY AND DUNCAN NICHOLSON SR.
Daniel Nicholson, b. Oct. 3, 1809
Elizabeth Nicholson, b. Mar. 30, 1811; d. Mar. 13, 1856; (she was called Elizabeth Jackson in death entry)
Archibald Nicholson, b. Jan. 3, 1813; d. Dec. 30, 1864
Duncan L. Nicholson, b. July 8, 1817; d. July 10, 1860.
John Nicholson, b. Aug. 11, 1815.
William Nicholson, b. July 1, 1819
Nancy Nicholson, b. Nov. 26, 1821.
James Nicholson, b. Feb. 23, 1824; d. Sept. 25, 1864.
Arthur B. Nicholson, b. Dec. 7, 1826
Mary A. Nicholson, b. Mar. 22, 1830
Thomas J. Nicholson, b. June 17, 1832
Pleasant Nicholson, b. Apr. 15, 1836
CHILDREN OF DUNCAN L. NICHOLSON AND MARY A. BLACKMAN, HIS WIFE, b. Feb. 13, 1833:
Emma Judson Nicholson, b. July 8, 1851
James Oscar Nicholson, b. Sept. 29, 1852
Walter Clay Nicholson, b. Oct. 5, 1854; d. Jan. 25, 1855.
CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD NICHOLSON AND MARY E. HALL:
Mary Jane Nicholson, b. Nov. 20, 1841; d. Feb. 23, 1838.
James Jasper Nicholson, b. Nov. 30, 1843; m Georgia Aletha Dixon.
Wm. Franklin Nicholson, b.July 7, 1845; killed in battle near Atlanta, July 20, 1864
John Billington Nicholson, b. May 1, 1847; d. Feb. 5, 1937
Sophire Antonette Nicholson, b. Apr. 4, 1849; d. Jan. 7, 1884
Martha Ann Nicholson, b. Feb. 2, 1851.
Melvanie Nicholson, b. Feb. 9, 1853
Nancy Ella Nicholson, b. Nov. 4, 1854; d. Sept. 23, 1877; near Troy, Ala.
Elizabeth Nicholson, b.Dec. 20, 1856; d. May 22, 1949.
Theodocia Earnest Nicholson, b. Nov. 20, 1858; d. Jan. 2, 1948
Anna Bartow Nicholson, b. Apr. 29, 1862
MARRIAGES:
Archibald Nicholson in Mary E. Hall, Feb. 11, 1841 (written Jan 18, 1864)Her mother was a Miss Ashley.)
John B. Nicholson m Miss Mattie E. Beatty, July 14, 1874 by Rev. J. H. Cawood.
Dr. N. C. Alston m Miss A. Bartow Nicholson, Jan. 12, 1877.
F. C. Parker and Mary J. Nicholson m May 19, 1864 (double wedding)
Z. S. Parker and Sophia Nicholson m May 19, 1864 (double wedding)
R. W. King m Mrs. Mary J. Parker, Dec. 28, 1879.
W. H. Spann m Theodocia Nicholson, Dec. 22, 1881
M. M. Wilson m Mellie A. Nicholson, Dec. 14, 1886.
R. H. Parker m Mollie Nicholson. Sept. 2, I860.
From: History of Stewart County Georgia
By Sarah Robertson Dixon
With Family Histories Edited, Annnotated and Indexed
By Agnew Hilsman Clark and Marean Moncrief Clark
Published by A. H. Clark, PO Box 401, Waycross GA 31501
(Posted at: http://electroscope.org/roots/text/duncan_nicholson_bible.html)
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John CORN and Mary --?--




Husband John CORN 1391

         Born: Abt 1814 - North Carolina 1391
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1843



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Abt 1812 - North Carolina
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M John Heatherly CORN 1391

         Born: 2 September 1843 - Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 July 1927
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth --?-- 1393
         Marr: Bef 1885



General Notes: Husband - John CORN

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Towns County, Mountain Scene P O; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 137:
160 160 John CORN 46 M Minister Gos. 2150 975 NC;
Mary 48 F NC;
John 16 M GA;
Mary 14 F GA;
Nancy 12 F GA.
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James HEATH II and Mary --?--




Husband James HEATH II

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 3 April 1728 - Princess Ann County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: James I. HEATH (      -Bef 1703)
       Mother: Ann --?-- (      -Abt 1723)


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: 
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Children
1 M James HEATH III

         Born: Bef 13 January 1706
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2 M Thomas HEATH

         Born: After 13 January 1706 - Princess Ann County, Virginia
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General Notes: Husband - James HEATH II

"Bonded Passengers to America" 9 vols: In 3, 1685, page 92: "Heale (Heath), James." [Jolene Noteboom]
Title: Heath, James.
Publication: 21 October 1687.
Other Format: Available on microfilm/ Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
Note: Location: Lower Norfolk County.
Description: 550 acres in Curretuck precinques on the eastward side of the North River. Beg.g at a cedar post being a corner betwixt him and Joseph Chase.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p. 1-719), p. 631 (Reel 7).
Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
System Number 000767856
[http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLOON.pl?first =631&last=&g_p=P7&collection=LO Patent]

James HEATH is named in the 20 December 1702 Will of his father, James I. HEATH : "I give and bequeath unto my son James HEATH my plantation whereon I now live only be given to his brother Robert HEATH two hundred acres of land whene ye sd Robert HEATH shall come to ye age of twenty one____ the sd land being commonly known by ye Eagles Nest Ridge on ye eastward side of ye little pond where I now live, to them and their heires lawfully begotten of their body forever ... It. I give to my son James HEATH one young cow being of my own mark with her increase forever immediately after my decease..."

James HEATH [Jr.]'s Last Will and Testament is dated 13 January 1727/8 in Princess Anne County, Virginia. It was proven in court on 3 April 1728. In it James names his wife Mary, sole exectutrix, and sons James and Thomas who each received acreage. Thomas had not yet become of age. [Deed Book 4, p. 167]


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Named in James Heath II's LW&T, dated 13 January 1727/8.
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William PIKE and Mary --?--




Husband William PIKE 1394

         Born: October 1875 - Georgia 1394
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1894

 Other Spouse: Myra --?-- 1395 - Abt 1908



Wife Mary --?-- 1394

         Born: October 1873 - Georgia 1394
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1908
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Florence PIKE 1394

         Born: July 1895 - Georgia 1394
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         Died: 
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2 M Isaac M. PIKE 1394,1395

          AKA: Isaac S. PIKE 108
         Born: October 1899 - Georgia 1394
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 September 1979 - Heard County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah Lee DANIEL 108
         Marr: Bef 1923



General Notes: Husband - William PIKE

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Franklin; Series: T623 Roll: 204 Page: 82:
52 52 PIKE William Head W M Oct 1875 24 M 6 GA GA GA Farm laborer;
-- Mary Wife Oct 1873 26 M 6 2 2 GA GA GA;
-- Florence Dau W F July 1895 4 S GA GA GA;
-- Isaac Son W M Oct 1899 7/12 S GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Franklin; Series: T624 Roll: 193 Page: 261:
171 171 PIIKE William Head M W 32 M2 2 GA GA GA Farmer Home farm;
-- Miri Wife F W 22 M1 2 1 1 GA GA GA;
-- Florence Dau F W 13 S GA GA GA Farm laborer Home farm;
-- Isac [ sic] M. Son M W 10 S GA GA GA Farm laborer Home farm;
-- Andrew J. Son M W 11/12 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Franklin Militia District 788; Series: T625 Roll: 262 Page: 221:
Fm 132 134 PIKE Bill Head M W 48 M GA GA GA Farmer Farm;
-- Nyra Wife F W 27 M GA GA GA Laborer home farm;
-- Florence Dau F W 21 S GA GA GA Laborer Home farm;
-- Isaac Son M W 19 S GA GA GA Laborer Home Farm;
-- Willie Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA;
-- Ora Lee Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA;
-- Helen Dau F W 2 S GA GA GA.


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary ___, first wife if William PIKE is presumed to have died before 1908, the approximate year that William married second Myra ____.
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Howell EDMUNDS II and Mary --?--




Husband Howell EDMUNDS II 1396

         Born: 
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         Died: 9 August 1770 - Southampton County, Virginia 1396
       Buried: 


       Father: Howell EDMUNDS (      -Between 1728/1729) 11
       Mother: Elizabeth BLUNT (      -1739) 11


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 1396

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General Notes: Husband - Howell EDMUNDS II

"EDMUNDS, Howel. Inventory. Signed, H. EDMUNDS. R. Aug 9, 1770. Page 336." [Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, Virginia, 1749-1800, Will Book II, p. 47]

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Benjamin LEWIS and Mary --?--




Husband Benjamin LEWIS 328

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 11 October 1790 - Southampton County, Virginia 328
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     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 328

         Born: 
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Children
1 M Lebulon LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1760
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         Died: 
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2 F Fannie LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 July 1796 - Southampton County, Virginia 177
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James BUTTS, Capt., RS-VA 663,729
         Marr: April 1783 - Southampton County, Virginia 177


3 F Elizabeth LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1766
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Butts --?--
         Marr: Bef 13 August 1788


4 F Nanney LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1768
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: TURNER 328
         Marr: Cir 1783


5 M Benjamin LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1770
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         Died: 
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6 F Sally LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1772
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: ROTCHEL 328
         Marr: Bef 13 August 1788


7 F Jenney LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1774
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         Died: 
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8 F Beckey LEWIS 328

         Born: Cir 1776
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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin LEWIS

SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, VA - WILLS AND ESTATES - Benjamin Lewis, 13 Aug 1788
Wills: Benjamin LEWIS, St. Luke Parish, Southampton Co, VA (1790)
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Benjamin LEWIS of the County of Southampton and Parish of St. Luke being in a weak and low state of health but of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following, to wit:
Item: I lend to my loving wife the plantation whereon I now live with all the lands adjoyning thereto during her natural life. I also lend to my wife the following negroes: Ceasar, Sam, Stephen, Abram, Will, Tom, Rose, Edy, Velet and Priss during her natural life.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Lebulan LEWIS my small still that is now in the plantation whereon I now live to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin LEWIS my large still that is now standing on the plantation up the creeks which I shall hereafter give to my son Lebulan which said still I give to my son Benjamin to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Lebulan LEWIS my land and plantation lying up the three creeks ajoining Joshua THORPs land also two negroes namely: George and Luke. I also give my son Lebulan LEWIS half the stock of cattle, hoggs and sheep on the aforesaid plantation, my sialem? mair and hearod? horse, one feather bed and furniture and walnut desk, and one half of the corn and brandy that is made on the aforesaid plantation this year which said land, negroes, stock, horses, furniture and crop I give to my son Lebulan, to him and his heirs forever.
My will and desire is that my estate shall not be appraised.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin LEWIS after the death of my wife the plantation whereon I now live with the lands I purchased of Micajah HARISS to him and his heirs forever, also three negroes, namely: Jimmy, Andrew and Marry and after the death of my wife, I give to my son Benjamin two negroes Ceasar and Stephen, also one half of the stock of cattle, hoggs and sheep that is on the plantation at the death of my wife & then to be the choice ones, also two heifers such as my Executors hereafter named shall think will suit him with all my household and kitchen furniture at the death of my wife that is not given to my other children, also my black n meths? tools crosscut and whip saws which said land, negroes, stock of cattle, hogs and sheep, furniture and tools I give to my son Benjamin LEWIS to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth BUTTS two negroes namely: Maggy and Silvey, also forty pounds current money which said negroes and money I give to her and her heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Fanney BUTTS two negroes namely: Lebulow and Peter and twenty five pounds current money which said negroes and money I give to her and her herirs forever, also one feather bed and furniture, three cows and one bay mair which she has in her possession to her and to her heirs forever.
Item: I lend to my daughter Nanney TURNER during her natural life two negroes namely: Joshua and Liddy, also four head of cattle, two mairs, one feather bed and furniture which she has now in possession and after her death I give and bequeath the said negroes, mair, cattle and bed after the death of my daughter Nanney to be equally divided between her two children Elizabeth TURNER and Edwin TURNER to them and their heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Sally ROOHAL one horse which she has in her possession to her and her heirs.
Item: I lend to my daughter Sally ROTCHEL three negroes namely: Mingo, Fanney, and Sidney during her natural life and after her death I give and bequeath the said negroes with their increase to be equally divided amongst all the children that she shall leave to them and their heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Beckey LEWIS two negroes Moses and Dareasy with their increase, three cows and calves, one feather bed and furniture, one horse which said negroes, cattle, horse and bed I give to her and her heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Jenney LEWIS three negroes namely: Warick, Molly, and Cherry, one feather bed and furniture, one horse and one mahogoney chest of drawers which said negroes, bed, horse &c I give to her and her heirs forever.
My will and desire is that all the estate that I have given to my children that is not married to remain in the possession of my Will untill they marry or come of age for which she is to maintain & support them.
Item: I give and bequeath to my loving wife Mary LEWIS one negro name Bob to her and her heirs forever.
Item: I lend to my wife during her natural life all the remainder of my estate that I have not heretofore given away of what kind or nature soever or wheresoever found and my will and desire is that my wife purchase some land ajoining this plantation for my son Benjamin LEWIS if convenient and my will and desire is that after the death of my wife Mary all the estate I have lent her that is not given away be equally divided amongst all my children to them and their heirs forever, and my desire is that my wife make sail of any part of my estate except land or negroes that she think will be to the advantage of the said estate.
And lastly, I constitute appoint my wife Mary LEWIS , my son Lebulan LEWIS and Benjamin BUTTS my hole and sole Executors to this my Last Will and Testament hereby revoking all other Wills by me heretofore made as I have hereunto set my hand and seal this thirteenth day of August 1788.
Benjamin LEWIS (seale)
Signed, sealed and published by the testator to be his Last Will and Testament in presence of: Etheldred TAYLOR James McNIEL Henry X WESTBROOKE his mark John SIMMONS Sr.
At a Court held for the County of Southampton the 11th day of October 1790
This Will was presented in Court by Benjamin BUTTS, the Executor therein named, proved by the oaths of Etheldred TAYLOR and John SIMMONS Sr, two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said Executor, who made oath according to law, certificate is granted him for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form giving security whereupon &c.
Source: Library of Virginia, Will Book 4, 1783-1797, Southampton Co, VA Reel 17, pages 383-385 [http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/southampton/wills/lewis01.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary is named as the wife of Benjamin LEWIS of Southampton County, Virginia, in his Will dated 13 August 1788: "Item: I give and bequeath to my loving wife Mary LEWIS one negro name Bob to her and her heirs forever. Item: I lend to my wife during her natural life all the remainder of my estate that I have not heretofore given away of what kind or nature soever or wheresoever found and my will and desire is that my wife purchase some land ajoining this plantation for my son Benjamin LEWIS if convenient and my will and desire is that after the death of my wife Mary all the estate I have lent her that is not given away be equally divided amongst all my children to them and their heirs forever, and my desire is that my wife make sail of any part of my estate except land or negroes that she think will be to the advantage of the said estate."
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Marvin Leroy HAYES, Sr. and Mary --?--




Husband Marvin Leroy HAYES, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Marvin Leroy HAYES, Jr., USN

         Born: 18 September 1946 - Washington, District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 December 2010 - Putnam County, Florida
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha Linda DANIELL 1397
         Marr: Abt 1971



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Micajah JOHNS and Mary --?--




Husband Micajah JOHNS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Mary JOHNS

         Born: March 1777 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 October 1849 - Putnam County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James McGEHEE 1398
         Marr: Bef 1826
       Spouse: Myles GREENE
         Marr: Bef 1853



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George C. YOUNGBLOOD and Mary --?--




Husband George C. YOUNGBLOOD 1399

         Born: May 1865 - Georgia 1399
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Abt 1885



Wife Mary --?-- 1399

         Born: March 1870 - Georgia 1399
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Children
1 F Bessie Mae YOUNGBLOOD 1399,1400,1401

         Born: 22 May 1894 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 September 1970
       Buried:  - Liberty Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Spouse: Rufus Walter DANIEL 1401,1402
         Marr: Abt 1915 - Wilkinson County, Georgia



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William HURT and Mary --?--




Husband William HURT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Rebecca HURT 1403

         Born: 1 April 1802
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 December 1865
       Buried:  - Good Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama
       Spouse: Peterson HARRIS 1403
         Marr: 28 November 1816 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: Colonel Wilkins SMITH
         Marr: 22 January 1828 - Hancock County, Georgia



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Richard BLUNT and Mary --?--




Husband Richard BLUNT 10

         Born: 
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         Died: Between 20 November 1655 and 19 November 1656 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 10

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1680 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Charles FORD 10

 Other Spouse: John WASHINGTON 45 - After 15 November 1658 10

 Other Spouse: Henry BRIGGS 627 - Bef 1664 10


Children
1 M Thomas BLUNT 10

         Born: Cir 1656 10
   Christened: 
         Died: 1709 10
       Buried: 
       Spouse: --?--
       Spouse: Priscilla BROWNE



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Charles FORD and Mary --?--




Husband Charles FORD 10

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 November 1658 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 10

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1680 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Richard BLUNT 10

 Other Spouse: John WASHINGTON 45 - After 15 November 1658 10

 Other Spouse: Henry BRIGGS 627 - Bef 1664 10


Children

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John WASHINGTON and Mary --?--




Husband John WASHINGTON 45

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1664 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 
     Marriage: After 15 November 1658 10



Wife Mary --?-- 10

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1680 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Richard BLUNT 10

 Other Spouse: Charles FORD 10

 Other Spouse: Henry BRIGGS 627 - Bef 1664 10


Children
1 M Richard WASHINGTON 45,46

         Born: Cir 1659 46
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 9 November 1724 and 19 May 1725 - Surry County, Virginia 1404
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth JORDAN 46



General Notes: Husband - John WASHINGTON

"Richard's father, John came to Surry County [Virginia] by 1653 and married there. He is believed to have been the son of Richard WASHINGTON of St. Martins in the Field, Middlesex, England."
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Henry BRIGGS and Mary --?--




Husband Henry BRIGGS 627

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1686 627
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1664 10



Wife Mary --?-- 10

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1680 - Surry County, Virginia 10
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Richard BLUNT 10

 Other Spouse: Charles FORD 10

 Other Spouse: John WASHINGTON 45 - After 15 November 1658 10


Children
1 M Samuel BRIGGS 50

         Born: Abt 1672 50
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 26 March 1736 and 21 September 1737 - Surry County, Virginia 48
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary BAILEY 50


2 M Charles BRIGGS 1405

         Born: Cir 1665 1405
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 20 November 1729 and 20 May 1730 - Surry County, Virginia 1405
       Buried: 




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Mary --?--




Husband

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Cir 1740
   Christened: 
         Died: After 17 September 1805
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK 934,1406

          AKA: Robert HENDRIX
         Born: Cir 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 4 October 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary DANIELL
         Marr: 21 May 1795 - Columbia, South Carolina
       Spouse: Mary STANLEY 934,935
         Marr: After February 1800 - Richland County, South Carolina 934


2 F Sarah HENDRICK 1407

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1825 - Richland District, South Carolina 1408
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Daniel GRAY 1409



General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary HENDRICK is named by her son, Robert HENDRICK, in his Will of 17 September 1805: "I give devise and bequeath to my mother Mary HENDRICK the following Negroes Viz: Eley, a fellow named Tom, one other fellow named Armistad during her natural life, and at her death the said Negroes to be divided equally between my two Sisters Martha DUKES and Sarah HENDRICK to them and their Heirs and assigns forever. I give devise and bequeath to my said Mother the House wherein she now lives with a quarter Acre of Land containing fifty two feet front on Washington Street and two hundred and eight feet deep to be enjoyed by her during her natural life and at her Death I give and bequeath the said House and Land to my s'd two Sisters Martha DUKES and Sarah HENDRICK to them and to their Heirs and assigns forever. It is also my will and desire that my Mother and two Sisters shall have one year's provisions from the Plantation sufficient for the Family's use,... In Witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and Seal this Seventeenth day of September in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and five. R. HENDRICK"
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TURNER and Mary --?--




Husband TURNER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1820



Wife Mary --?-- 1151

         Born: Abt 1794 - South Carolina 1151
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1860 - Hempstead County, Arkansas
       Buried:  - Zion Cemetery


Children
1 F Sarah TURNER 1151

         Born: 29 September 1820 - South Carolina 1151
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 September 1899 - Hempstead County, Arkansas
       Buried:  - Zion Cemetery
       Spouse: Samuel Hollingsworth ROBINS 1151
         Marr: 10 March 1844 - Murray County, Georgia



General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary TURNER, age 56, and daughter Drucilla, 15 reside with or next door to Samuel Hollingsworth ROBINS and his wife, Sarah TURNER, in 1850 Murry County, Georgia. In 1860, Samuel and Sarah reside in Hempstead County, Arkansas. Living with them is Drusilla TURNER, age 25, who also made the move. Mary TURNER is not with the family and is presumed to have died.

Samuel, Sarah, and some of their family are buried in Zion Cemetery in Hempstead County. The grave of Granny TURNER is indexed there as "Turner, Granny [Row] 12 (Marker, no dates)" This may be the grave of Sarah ROBINS, mother.
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Richard PARKER II and Mary --?--




Husband Richard PARKER II

         Born: Between 1668 and 1678
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 4/3/1744 - 19 Feb 1750
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Richard PARKER (Bef 1635-Bef 1677) 671
       Mother: Judith --?-- (      -1682)


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 19 February 1751
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Ann PARKER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: PHILLIPS
         Marr: Bef 1744


2 M Richard PARKER III 671,1410

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 20 January and 16 April 1751 - Surry County, Virginia 46
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Judith WATSON 671
       Spouse: Sarah JARRELL


3 F Faith PARKER 1411

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John HUNT 1411
         Marr: Bef 1744


4 F Judith PARKER 45

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 9 July 1778
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Benjamin CLEMENTS 616


5 F Hannah PARKER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: SESSIONS
         Marr: Bef 1744


6 M William PARKER 655

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 March 1768 - Sussex County, Virginia 655
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah JONES 655



General Notes: Husband - Richard PARKER II

Richard PARKER [II], was born about 1669, was a son of Richard Parker and his wife Judith, widow of William HUNT. Richard [II] married Mary.

Excerpts from: Chapter 17 Parker Family, http://www.nhn.ou.edu/~parker/Genealogy/Ancestors/Books/PARKER-Drew.pdf -:

Richard PARKER [II]'s father died before 3 Jul 1677 in Surry County, Virginia.

"4 May 1682. Wm. HUNT, Maj. Arthur ALLEN, Benjamin HARRISON, bound to the Court for 60,000 lbs. tob. William HUNT to pay to Richard PARKER, orphan son of Richard PARKER, deceased, a child's part of his late mother, Judith PARKER's estate when he is of age. "Wit.: John THOMPSON, Wm. EDWARDS."29 [29 "Book II, 1671-1684, p. 18" Davis, Eliza Timberlake, Surry County Records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684, p. 125]

"Mr. Richard WASHINGTON, 772 acs., Surry Co., 23 Oct. 1690. Beg. by the main Black Water; adj. Joshua PROCTOR & Natha. ROBERTS; Wm. WRAY's; and Richard PARKER; 200 acs. granted him, 20 Apr 1685; 572 acs. for Imp. of 12 pers: Jno. SCOT, Tho. ROBERTS, Wm. WOODHOUSE, Jone PHILLIPS, Richd. VINCENT, Jno. JAMES; Sambo, Dick, Tom, Mingo, Jack, Mary Negroes."31 [31 "Patent Book No. 8, p. 88" Nugent, Nell Marion, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume Two: 1666-1695, p. 351]

"16 May 1692 ... Richard PARKER to Richard WASHINGTON for 2000 pounds tobacco ... 80 acres at the mouth of Spring Branch and adjoining said PARKER and the Blackwater Swamp. Wit: Elizabeth CLEMENTS and Francis CLEMENTS[*], Richard PARKER Rec: 17 May 1692."39 [39 "Surry County Deeds, Wills, Etc. #4, 1687-1694, p. 265" Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds, 1684-1733, and other Court Papers, p. 36] [*Elizabeth and Francis CLEMENTS are the parents of Benjamin CLEMENTS, Richard PARKER's son-in-law, the husband of Richard's daughter Judith. RLD]

"Nov 1693 … Richard PARKER haveing been Sumoned an Evidence on behalfe of Richard WASHINGTON against William WRAY and attended one day It is Ordered that the said WASHINGTON pay the said PARKER for the same forty pounds of tobo. according to Law with Costs als. Exo."40 [40 Haun, Weynette Parks, Surry County, Virginia, Court Records, 1691-1700, Book V, p. 41]

"[ca. Dec 1694] Abraham EVANS of Southwarke Parish in Surry County to John RAWLINGS of the same ... 100 acres bounded by a patent of the said EVANS, a patent for 472 acres lately granted to the said EVANS on 20 Oct 1689 and land of Richard PARKER. (Elizabeth EVANS, wife of Abraham EVANS, relinquished her Right of Dower.) Wit: William COCKE & John COLIER Abraham (X) EVANS Elizabeth (X) EVANS Rec.: 1 Jan 1694"41 [41 "Surry County Deeds, Wills, Etc. #5, 1694-1709, p. 32 - Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds, 1684-1733, and other Court Papers, p. 45]

"Richard PARKER, 39 acs., Up. Par. of Surry Co.; adj. Abraham EVANS; & his own land; 28 Oct 1697. Trans. of Tho. JEFFERSON."42 [42 "Patent Book No. 9, p. 127" - Nugent, Nell Marion, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume Three: 1695-1732, p. 17]

"7 May 1700 ... Abraham EVANS and wife, Elizabeth EVANS, to Christopher FOSTER for 3100 pounds tobacco... 300 acres in Southwarke Parish adjoining Mr. John BARKER (?), Richard PARKER, John RAWLINGS and said EVANS. Wit: Francis SOWERBY, James DAVIS and Water FLOOD Abraham (X) EVANS Elizabeth (X) EVANS Rec.: 7 May 1700"43 [43 "Surry County Deeds, Wills, Etc. #5, 1694-1709, p. 203 - Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds, 1684-1733, and other Court Papers, p. 58]

"Richard PARKER Jr. (II), the former orphan, held 269 acres in the Quit Rents of 1704. He patented 39 acres in 1697 and 540 acres in 1715.32 The Council, on 16 April 1706, made the following decision: 'Captain Wm. HUNT made an entry for a parcel of land on Austin's Branch and bounding on his own line said land having been entered by Richard PARKER and William EDMUNDS. It is of the opinion of the Council that the said PARKER and EDMUNDS having made the first entry ought to be preferred, but if any surplus land remain Capt. HUNT should have leave to patent.33 In 1725 Nathaniel HARRISON was granted 1200 acres in Surry adjoining the lands of Richard PARKER and William WYCHE. 34 [34 "ex. Jr. Council IV-93" Boddie, John Bennett, Historical Southern Families, Vol. V, p. 46.]

"Richard PARKER, 90 acs. (N.L.), Surry Co.; on E. Side of the Double Branch; 12 July 1718. 10 Shill."51 [51 "Patent Book No. 10, p. 391" - Nugent, Nell Marion, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume Three: 1695-11732, p. 206]

"10 Aug 1718 ... Richard Parker to Henry HARRISON for 5 shillings ... 270 acres on north side of Blackwater Swamp. Wit: William GRAY, Jr., John FOSTER and William HALT (HOLT?) Richard PARKER Rec.: 20 Aug 1718"52 [52 "Surry County Deeds, Wills, Etc. #7, 1715-1730, p. 138 - Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds, 1684-1733, and other Court Papers, p. 104]

"12 Feb 1720 ... Richard PARKER of Lyons Creek Parish to Silvanus STOKES of the same for 5 shillings ... 90 acres on south side of Nottoway River (being a patent to said PARKER dated 12 Jul 1718). Wit: Thomas COCKS and George CUTTS Richard PARKER Rec.: 15 Feb 1720"53 [53 "Surry County Deeds, Wills, Etc. #7, 1715-1730, p. 303 - Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds, 1684-1733, and other Court Papers, p. 112]

"William EDMUNDS, 75 acs. (N.L.), Surry Co.; N. side of Nottoway Riv., & on both sides of Austin's Br; adj. Richard PARKER; John HUNT; & his own land; 28 Sep 1732. 10 Shill."54 [54 "Patent Book No. 14, p. 494" - Nugent, Nell Marion, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume Three: 1695-11732, p. 422]

[Comment: The above is curious. Why would Richard PARKER sell 270 acres for the token price of 5 shillings? Such deeds are usually indications of a deed of gift to a daughter, son, or son-in-law, but so far as we know there was no daughter of Richard PARKER who married a Harrison.] SEVERAL DEEDS IN A ROW HERE ARE "FAMILY PRICES"?

"29 Jun 1739. This deed witnesses that FRANK, WAYNOKE ROBIN, SAM, ROBIN SCHOLLAR, CHERINO, GREAT PETER, HARRISON, DOCTOR TOM, The Chief men of the Nottoway Indians, with the consent of John SIMMONS, Thos. COCKE & Benja. EDWARDS, for 6 £ 16 [shillings] to said Chief men in hand paid, have granted to Richard PARKER, 340 acres, parcel of the said circular tract of land, bounded by the north side of the Redy (Reedy) branch, Richard PARKER Jr., the flat side Meadow branch, as by a plat & survey of James BAKER, Gent., Surveyor of IW. Signed \endash HARRISON (3 his mark), CHERINO (| his mark), DOCTOR TOM (o his mark), Robert SCHOLLAR, FRANK (C his mark), SAM (U his mark), PETER (U his mark), WAYNOKE (o his mark) ROBIN. Wit \endash J. SIMMONS, Thos: COCKE, Jas BAKER, Henry SIMMONS, Benja. CLEMENTS, Wm. ANDREWS. Recorded 26 Nov 1739."58 [58 T.L.C. Genealogy, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, Deeds, 1736-1741, p. 56]

"21 Jul 1747 … William HINES of Albemarle Parish to his daughter, Sarah DRAKE the wife of Lazarus DRAKE, for Love and Affection … 100 acres in Albemarle Parish on south side of Atchamoosock Swamp and bounded by James REN, John HINES, William HINES, Benjamin CLEMENTS and Richard PARKER. Wit: Gilbert (X) HAY and Thomas (X) SOWERSBY Rec.: 21 Jul 1747 William (X) HINES"59 [59 "Surry County Deed Book #5, 1746-1749, p. 57" Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds and Estate Accounts, 1734-1755, p. 96]

"Richard PARKER II made his will 3 April 1744, probated 19 February 1750/1; legatees were: daughters Ann PHILLIPS, Faith HUNT, Judith CLEMENTS, Hannah SESSIONS; son-in-law Benjamin CLEMENTS, husband of Judith; grandson Frederick PARKER, son of Richard PARKER III; son, William PARKER, Wits: Elizabeth JONES, Jr., Robert JONES, Jr., Elizabeth JONES.35 [35 "BK 9-680; Davis 126" - Boddie, John Bennett, Historical Southern Families, Vol. V, p. 46.]

"19 Feb 1750 ... Richard GRIFFITH of Nottoway Parish in Southampton County to Benjamin WYCHE of Albemarle Parish in Surry County for 15 pounds current money ... 100 acres in Albemarle Parish bounded by Austins Branch on the north side of the Nottoway River and William PARKER (formerly Richard PARKER). Wit: John EDMUNDS, James CHAPPELL, Jr. and John CARTER. Richard GRIFFITH Rec.: 19 Feb 1750"60 [60 "Surry County Deed Book #6, 1749-1753, p. 144" - Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds and Estate Accounts, 1734-1755, p. 126]
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Nicholas PERKINS and Mary --?--




Husband Nicholas PERKINS 672

         Born:  - England
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1658 - Henrico County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 672

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef August 1668
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Dr. Richard PARKER 671 - Abt 1658 - Virginia


Children
1 F Lydia PERKINS 672

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef October 1692 - James City County, Virginia 1412
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John NOWELL 672
         Marr: After 1658


2 F Elizabeth PERKINS

         Born: Abt 1643
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Nicholas PERKINS

         Born: Abt 1647
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Dr. Richard PARKER and Mary --?--




Husband Dr. Richard PARKER 671

         Born: Bef 1635
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 July 1677 - Surry County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: 
       Mother: Elizabeth --?-- (      -      )


     Marriage: Abt 1658 - Virginia

 Other Spouse: Judith --?-- - Bef 20 August 1668 - Isle of Wight County, Virginia



Wife Mary --?-- 672

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef August 1668
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Nicholas PERKINS 672


Children

General Notes: Husband - Dr. Richard PARKER

Dr. Richard Parker was born before 1635 if he is the son of "Elizabeth PARKER, widow," named in the 1669 record below. Richard apparently married twice, first to Mary, widow of Nicholas Perkins, and second to his widow, Judith, administrix of his estate in 1677.

Probably in August 1656, shortly after the agreement of July 31, was signed, Dr. Richard Parker and the widow Mary Perkins were married. Certainly NICHOLAS PERKINS was only recently dead--his will was not even offered for probate until the September Court--but with the scarcity of women in the early days of the Colony and the economic difficulties which faced a widow with children prompt remarriages were the rule of the times.

From the website, Nicholas Perkins & Elizabeth Hardynge [http://pages.prodigy.net/blankenstein/nicholas_perkins_&_elizabeth_hardynge.htm]:
VIRGINIA COLONIAL ABSTRACTS Fleet 975.5 F Vol 10, p. 48 C 10 page 62: This present writing witnesseth that I Richard Parker Do freely give consent to & with Mary Perkins that she shall make over unto her selfe all the estate which her late Dec'd husband left her by his will Doth appe, both here & in England & further I do enjoyne my sleft to bring her children up to Learning to the true intent & meaning hereof I the sd Richard Parker hereunto sett my hand Dated this last Day of July 1656 Test Richd Parker
Richard Delabere Recorded 7br 5 Seq (5th Sept 1656)
The will of NICHOLAS PERKINS was presented to the court at Westover in September 1656. Page 67 of the Charles City Records reads. "A probat of the last will and testamt of NICHOLAS PERKINS Decd this day proved in cort is granted to Richd PARKER who married the relect and exex of the said decedt." Unfortunately a copy of the will has not been found in the existing records.
Another agreement made by Dr. Parker is recorded on p. 87 of the same records. it was made Mar. 17, 1656, and produced in Court and recorded Apr. 5, 1657: "Whereas I Richard PARKER chirurgeon did formally freely consent and agree to the signing sealing delivery & in a... estate belonging to my now wife Mary PARKER now know yee that I sd Rich PARKER for divers good causes and considerations moving me thereto friendly & freely confirm to sd Deeds children by these...I so friendly and freely make over to my sd wife MARY all the crop that her two boyes or servts shall make this ensuering yeare and after so long as they have to serve or any other things or servts which shall be sent from her further at any time or times whatsoever. to have and to hold as her owne property and free the sd two servts wch goods or servants already sent out, to be sent unto my sd wife, unto her for ever without any let or hinderance of me the sd Richd PARKER or any other person & ... In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale this 17th day of March 1656." It was signed, sealed, and acknowledged in the presence of Daniel LLEWELLYN and John ASTE and recorded by Howell PRYSE, clerk.
p. 52 C 10 page 67 4 Oct 1656 A probat of the last will and testament of NICHOL: PERKINS Dec'd this Day proved in Court is granted to Richard Parker who married the relect and exerx of the sd Dec'edt
Vol 11 p. 18 C 11 page 159: Be it knowe unto all men by these presents that I Richd PARKER haveing exchanged one cowe called Rose w'ch belonged to Elizabeth the orphane of NICHOL' PERKINS dec'd & delivered the same unto Capt otho Southcott for the use of Robert ROWSE, which I hereby confirm unto him & his heirs exrs adm'rs & assigna for ever with all increase, Do therefore xx in lieu xx & for the better breed profitt & increase for the sd orphane give xx for the use of the sayd orphane one cow called Gentle xx & one cow calfe that came of her of the same mark: As also unto Lydia PERKINS one heyfer of about two years & a halfe old named Coale xx To have hold & enjoy the sd cattell with all increase profitt & produce threof unto the sd children xx Witness my hand 8br qr 1658. Wit Rich PARKER Wm FFISHER
Recognet: in Cur 8br 4 1658 rec 8br 27 Sequ qr for quarter - fourth. Note: 8br qr 1858 October 4, 1658.

1658 - Dr. Richard PARKER of Henrico County, Virginia gave a heifer to Lydia PERKINS, daughter of Nicholas and Mary PERKINS. "When Lydia's father died, her mother married Dr. Richard PARKER, an Henrico County neighbor." [SVG, Pritchett, p. 2699]

Records of Richard PARKER and the family of Nicholas and Mary PERKINS are in Henrico and neighboring Charles City counties.

From: Chapter 17 Parker Family, http://www.nhn.ou.edu/~parker/Genealogy/Ancestors/Books/PARKER-Drew.pdf -
1668 - "HUNTT, William: Dying intestate, administration requested by Richard PARKER, who married Judith, the relict of the said HUNTT. 1 May 1668. R. 20 Aug 1668. Security, Francis BAKER, Thomas EDWARDS."10 [10 "Administrations & Probates, p. 15" Chapman, Blanche Adams, Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County,Virginia, p. 66]
1669 - "Elizabeth PARKER, widow, brought Gilbert PLATT to Virginia before 1635 to work as a servant, and he appeared again as a headright for Richard PARKER in 1669." [SVG, Pritchett, p, 2790] [Elizabeth PARKER, widow, mother of Dr. Richard PARKER?]
1673 - "A true List of ye. Tithables in Surry County taken ye. 10th.? (20th.?) June 1673. "Rich. PARKER…….3 [tithables]…" 15 [15 Haun, Weynette Parks, Surry County, Virginia, Court Records, 1672-1682, Book III, p. 20]
1673 - "Richd. PARKER, 314 acs., Surry Co., upon the maine Blackwater Sw., adj. Mr. Jno. BARKER; 20 Dec. 1673.
1677 - Trans. of 7 pers: Jasper GRANTUM, David PHILLIPS, Evan DAVIS, Wm. MARRIOTT, Richd. PARKER, twice; Jno. WATKIN."16 [16 "Patent Book No. 6, p. 505" Nugent, Nell Marion, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume Two: 1666-1695, p. 144]
1677 - "July 3d. 1677 … Administration is granted Judeth PARKER on the Estate of her deced. Husband Rich PARKER giveing Caution therefore According to Law. Judith PARKER presents Mr. Wm. CARPINDER and Mr. Wm. NANCE securitys for her Admistracon of her deced. Husbands Estate which are Accepted and the Clke. Ordrd. to take bond."22 [22 Haun, Weynette Parks, Surry County, Virginia, Court Records, 1672-1682, Book III, p. 63]
1677 - "[1677] … Mr. Jno. KING & Mr. Hezekiah BUNNELL are ordrd. to meete and appraize the Estate of Rich. PARKER deced."23 [23 Haun, Weynette Parks, Surry County, Virginia, Court Records, 1672-1682, Book III, p. 64]
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Henry COOKE and Mary --?--




Husband Henry COOKE 186

         Born: 26 February 1747 - Virginia 186
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt January 1804 - Greensville County, Virginia 186
       Buried: 


       Father: William COOKE IV (      -Between 1764/1764) 186
       Mother: Elizabeth RIVES (      -      ) 186


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 186

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After January 1804 186
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Sarah COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 M Uriah COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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4 M Harry COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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5 M Jack COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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6 M Alexander COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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7 F Silvia COOKE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Is this Mary LUCAS, sister of Rebecca who married Henry's brother, Richard COOKE???
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William PRALLE and Mary --?--




Husband William PRALLE 251

         Born: September 1845 - Hanover 251,1413
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1873



Wife Mary --?-- 251,1413

         Born: August 1853 - Bavaria 251,1413
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Louise PRALLE 1413

         Born: Abt 1875 - Marshall County, Kansas 1413
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Johanna PRALLE 1413

         Born: Abt 1876 - Marshall County, Kansas 1413
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Mary PRALLE 251

         Born: August 1877 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M William PRALLE 251

         Born: October 1879 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Susanna PRALLE 251

         Born: October 1879 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Sophia PRALLE 251

         Born: September 1881 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 M Earnst PRALLE 251

         Born: March 1884 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Christina PRALLE 251

         Born: May 1886 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Emma PRALLE 248,250,251

         Born: February 1888 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ferdinand MINGE 247
         Marr: Bef 1919


10 M Martin PRALLE 251

         Born: December 1890 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



11 M Rudolf PRALLE 251

         Born: February 1893 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



12 M Antonio PRALLE 251

         Born: April 1896 - Marshall County, Kansas 251
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - William PRALLE

1880 U.S. Census, Kansas, Marshall County, Marysville; Series: T9 Roll: 388 Page: 167: 141 143 PRALLE William W M 34 M Farmer Hanover Hanover Hanover; -- Mary W F 26 Wife M Keeping house Bavaria Bavaria Bavaria; -- Louise W F 5 Dau S KS Hanover Bavaria; -- Johanna W F 4 Dau S KS Hanover Bavaria; -- Mary W F 2 Dau S KS Hanover Bavaria; [next page, 168] -- Susanna W F 1 Dau S KS Hanover Bavaria; -- William W M 1 Son S KS Hanover Bavaria; REUNETZ [as indexed] Fred W M 16 Hirling S Farm laborer Hanover Hanover Hanover; PRALLE Henry W M 63 M Farmer Hanover Hanover Hanover; -- Mary W F 62 Wife M Keeping house Hanover Hanover Hanover; -- Hermann W M 24 Son S Farmer Hanover Hanover Hanover; -- August W M 20 Son S Farmer Hanover Hanover Hanover; -- Henry W M 15 GrSon S Farm laborer Hanover Hanover Hanover.

1900 U.S. Census, Kansas, Marshall County, Logan Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 489 Page: 126: 253 259 PRALLE William Head W M Sept 1845 54 M 26 Germany Germany Germany 1866 34 Na Farmer; -- Maria Wife W F Aug 1853 46 M 26 13 12 Germany Germany Germany 1872 28; -- Mary Dau W F Aug 1877 22 S KS Germany Germany; -- William Son W M Oct 1879 20 S KS Germany Germany Farm laborer; -- Susanna Dau W F Oct 1879 20 S KS Germany Germany; -- Sophia Dau W F Sept 1881 18 S KS Germany Germany; -- Earnst Son W M Mar 1884 16 S KS Germany Germany Farm laborer; -- Christina Dau W F May 1886 14 S KS Germany Germany At school; -- Emma Dau W F Febr 1888 12 S KS Germany Germany At school; -- Martin Son W M Dec 1890 9 S KS Germany Germany At school; -- Rudolf Son W M Febr 1893 7 S KS Germany Germany; -- Antonio Son W M Apr 1896 4 S KS Germany Germany.
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Charles E. DANIEL and Mary --?--




Husband Charles E. DANIEL 1414

         Born: Abt 1906 - Freestone County, Texas 1415
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       Father: Charles Fletcher DANIEL (1871-1947) 535,1416
       Mother: Edna Earl GRAY (1886-1970) 1414


     Marriage: Abt 1929



Wife Mary --?-- 1417

         Born: Abt 1909 - Texas 1417
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Nathaniel BRIGGS and Mary --?--




Husband Nathaniel BRIGGS 1418

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       Father: Samuel BRIGGS (Abt 1672-Between 1736/1737) 50
       Mother: Mary BAILEY (      -After 1752) 50


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Wife Mary --?-- 1418

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William COCKE and Mary --?--




Husband William COCKE

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Wife Mary --?--

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1 M Nicholas COCKE

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2 M Richard COCKE

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3 M Thomas COCKE

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4 M William COCKE

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5 F Mary COCKE

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       Spouse: SPRATLEY



General Notes: Husband - William COCKE

The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 5, Virginia Historical Society, William Glover Stanard, pages as noted:
"THE COCKES OF SURRY AND PRINCESS ANNE"
"About the year 1685 (some ten or fifteen years before Secretary William COCKE came over from Suflolk to James City county), three brothers. William COCKE, Walter COCKE (soon after the Norman Conquest we meet with a Walter COCKE in County Kent) and Captain Thomas COCKE, and their cousin, Captain Christopher COCKE, landed in Lower Norfolk* (and probably, like Richard COCKE,1 at Lynnhaven Bay). In a few years we find William and Walter settled in Surry county (where Captain William POWELL [ 162o] and John BRASHEAR lived), and Thomas and Christopher near what is now Portsmouth, in Lower Norfolk. In the early records of Lower Norfolk we find many references to Captain Thomas and Captain Christopher, and some to William and Walter COCKE (about 1690-91)." [p.181]
"In 1699 William COCKE patents 500 acres of land for transportation of nine persons\emdash William COCK, Jr., Walter COCK, Nicholas COCK, Richard COCK, Thomas COCK, Christopher COCK, Edward HOPKINS and William THOMAS." [p.181]
"Thomas COCKE died in 1697, quite a young man, as may be assumed. William COCKE. Walter COCKE, Thomas MASON and Christopher COCKE were his executors. He had only two children, both daughters, Mary and Anne. He left four plantations\emdash one to each of his daughters, the other two to be sold by his executors. He gives to the daughters all his " plate, jewelry, a gold chaine, gold rings, five or six broad pieces of gold, &c." "The servants on the plantation" to be kept or sold as executors shall determine. To his cousin, Christopher COCKE, "my black horse, with bridle and saddle, and my Rapier, belt, and one broad piece of gold. & 10,000 pounds of tobacco for his services in collecting my debt, &c." Unto his cousins, John and Mary BELITHO, Edw'd MOSELEY, Sr., his brothers Walter and William, his cousin Christopher COCKE, & Thomas MASON, unto each a mourning ring. All rest of estate, such as negroes, &c., he gives to his daughters." [p.182]
"Captain Christopher COCKE* in the year 1700 was the clerk of Princess Anne county (the second who held that office). He continued to serve the county in this capacity until his death in 1716... He leaves his property to his daughters, which does not appear to have been very large, and he commits his three daughters, Mary, Ann, and August to the care and bringing up of his " Uncle & Aunt BOLITHOE" until the age of sixteen," to be brought up by them in a christian and virtuous manner in such learning and housewifery as are suitable for their sex. quality, and degree;" and his daughter Elizabeth he commits to the care of his uncle, William..."
"These Princess Anne and Surry COCKEs, came, as we have ascertained, to Lower Norfolk and Surry about the years 1685-90 from the county of Cornwall, England, and from the extreme southwestern point of England\emdash from Helstone on Mounts Bay. some 15 miles east of Lind's End."
"At the eastern extremity of Cornwall, on the coast, in the adjoining county of Devon, is Plymouth, and we may remember that it was from Plymouth that Captain William COCKE, called "The Cocke of the Game," in the time of the Spanish Armada, fitted out his own private vessel, and was killed in an engagement with the Spaniards. He had for a coat-of-arms, "Ar a cher engr betw 3 cocks heads sa a canton H. charged with an anchor or." He was of course connected with these Cornwall Cockes. On the other side of England, at Norwich, we find in "The Visitation of London," 1633, a pedigree and coat-of-arms of Peter COCK. "Cocks [3] under Lion Rampant. Non vi sed voce." See Vol. I, 177. The celebrated Captain George COCKE, so often mentioned in Pepys' Diary, who was of Newcastle, Northumberland county, had the same arms.*
These of course are all related. Indeed, at this time the Cockes of England were in Hertford and Suffolk and Norfolk, Essex, Northumberland and Scotland, and in the west in Gloucestershire, near Malvern Hills, their headquarters. From Gloucester they had moved down to Devon, and thence to Cornwall. We hope in a future article to present an account of this connection at this time in England, where the family was widely connected with the nobility and landed gentry of the old country."
"* The arms of the Newcastle COCKEs were three cocks, crest a single cock, motto ttmprr vifrtfans. Dr. Daniel coxe (the promoter of the Huguenot emigration to Virginia) had a very similar coat.of.arms.
One would little suspect that COCKE and Gogg1a are the same name In Campbell's " History of Virginia," page 163. we have the followmg reference to " Master GOOKINS" at Newport News\emdash he. is speaking of the massacre of 1622, when Captain Nathaniel POWELL and family were killed by the Indians at Powell's B'ook\emdash : " Nevertheless," he says, "a planter ' Master GOOKINS.' at Newport News, refused to abandon his plantation, and with thirty.f1ve men resolutely held it. He was the most prominent citizen in Upper Norfolk. The family of Gooken is ancient, and appears to have been found originally at Canterbury, in Kent, England. The name has undergone successive changes\emdash Colkin, Cockm, Cockayn, Cocyn, Cokin. Gockin, Gokin, Gookin, Gookins, Gookintr. and others. The early New England settlers spelled it 'Goggin.'" ....
Daniel GOOKIN removed to Ireland, whence he came to Virginia in 1621, " with fifty men of his own, and thirty passengers, exceedingly well furnished," and planted himself at Newport News. The arms of this family were : Quarterly, first, gules, a chevron ermine between three cocks. Second and third, sable, a cross crosslet, ermine. Fourth, or, a lion rampant. Crest, on a mural crown, gules, a cock, or beaked and legged azure, combed and wattled gu These are precisely the arms of the famous family of the Cock. aynes in England and Ireland."
"William COCKE and his brother Walter, as we have said, came over to Surry in 1690. The first mention we have of William COCKE is in a deed of 1692 from John BRASHEAR, styled in the deed "of Nansemond Co., now of Surry." The deed is signed by Thomas COCKE,5 of Henrico, and Mary BRASHEAR I BRAZIER, BRASSEUR , BRAZURE), his wife. The meeting indicates that the Cockes of Henrico were relatives of the newcomers. There is a power of attorney in the Norfolk Co. Records from William to his brother, Thomas COCKE, dated 1 1 July, 1692, authorizing him to sell the plantation and grist-mill in Surry Co., probably the same he had bought from John BRASHEAR; which sale was never effected, the property being left to Nicholas COCKE by his father, William, in 1720, in which year William COCKE died. His will appoints his wife Mary his executor. To Nicholas* he leaves the property above-referred to, and the bulk of his real estate, and also his book-binding and his smith's tools. He leaves his son Richard1 150 acres of land, and to his son Thomas' 400 acres on the Nottoway river. To his son William* he leaves the property on which he lived, after the death of his wife, and legacies to his daughter, Mary SPRATLEY.*"
"*An old family in Surry. William SPRATLEY was Member of Committee of Safety for James City 1774. In 1824 Peter H. SPRATLEY, Richard COCKE, John PETER, Nicholas FAULCON, and John FAULCON were County Committee of Surry in Presidential Election."
"William COCKE was a justice of Surry county in 1699; James MASON and Nathaniel HARRISON being justices at the same date. The Harrisons came from Surry, and this Nathaniel HARRISON was in 1720 one of the executors of Richard COCKE,* of Henrico. James MASON was a son of Francis MASON, father of Col. Lemuel MASON, of Lower Norfolk.
Among the justices in 1702, we find the names of William BROWNE, James MASON, William COCK, &c.
Our next record is in 1714, when we find William COCK, Walter COCK, Robert RUFH'N, Henry HARRISON, Wm. EDWARDS, Ethelred TAYLOR, (progenitor of the Taylors, of Southampton), John ALLEN, clerk."
"According to the genealogy of Mr. Thomas M. Clemans, of Philadelphia, he left the following children: 1. Nicholas,1 d. 1748. 2. Richard.* 3. William,* d. 1732 (m. Ann FLOOD, dan. of Walter FLOOD. Col. John FLUDD was Speaker of the House of Burgesses from Charles City in 1652). 4. Thomas. 5. Mary, m. SPRATLEY"
"We know nothing of Richard,' William,* Thomas,1 or Mary.2 The line of Nicholas* was perpetuated and is given below." [Not copied here.]

Per this abstract, William named his wife, four sons, a daughter and two grandchildren in his Will. "Wills and Administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750" by Eliza Timberlake Davis, 1980, notes excerpted by Mark A. Murphy, 10 May 2002], p.34:
"COCKE, William: Leg. - To son, Nicholas COCKE, all land that I hold on southwest side of Birchen Swamp and that purchased of Richard HIDE, Sr., also land purchased of Mr. John BRASHARE and all bookbinding tools. To son, Richard COCKE, land bought of William HALSO and also from Richard HIDE over the county road, 150 acres reserving one-half acre for my son William COCKE's warehouse and one-half acre to Thoams COCKE to build a warehouse. To son, Thomas COCKE, land on Nottoway River-- 400 acres where Lemon [probably Simon] MURFREY now dwelleth. To son, William COCKE, the plantation where I now live on and the land bought of Richard WIGGINS and John WIGGINS after the decease of my wife, Mary COCKE, and to son, Nicholas COCKE, to be free and have land bought from WIGGINS. To daughter, Mary SPRATLEY, 30 lbs., to son, Thomas, a quarter part of my sloop and cargo discounting his wages for the last voyage and the present voyage. To granddaughter, Frances COCKER, 5 lbs. To granddaughter, Eliza. SPRATLEY, 5 lbs. All other estate to my wife. 29 Apr 1720. Prob.:19 Oct., 1720. Wit: Walter COCKE, John DAWSON, Mary DAWSON. Book 7, p. 282." [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~freshnup/markmurph/text/4.1.30M.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary COCKE is named in the 29 April 1720 Will of her husband, William COCKE.
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James ROBERTSON and Mary --?--




Husband James ROBERTSON 1419

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Wife Mary --?-- 1419

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 Other Spouse: Joseph GOODWYN 540,1419 - 28 August 1794 - Sussex County, Virginia 1419


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Joseph GOODWYN and Mary --?--




Husband Joseph GOODWYN 540,1419

         Born: Abt 1731
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     Marriage: 28 August 1794 - Sussex County, Virginia 1419

 Other Spouse: Martha THWEATT 540,1419 - Abt 1750



Wife Mary --?-- 1419

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 Other Spouse: James ROBERTSON 1419


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Thomasin Ellzey TURNER and Mary --?--




Husband Thomasin Ellzey TURNER

         Born: Abt 1773 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: William TURNER, Sr. (1733-After 1819)
       Mother: Sarah ELLZEY (1736-1803)


     Marriage: Abt 1794



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Cir 1776
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1 M William Edward TURNER

         Born: 14 October 1803 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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General Notes: Husband - Thomasin Ellzey TURNER

"The closest thing I've seen to a will for William Turner (b. 1733) is a March 1811 Wood Co., WV [Virginia] deed of gift between William and his son Thomasin Ellzey Turner:
Deed of gift for $1 to Thomazin Turner for a tract of land lying in Fairfax Co., VA on Popes Head Creek which tract was bequeathed by Lewis Ellzey to William and Sarah Turner, also negroes Lydia, Sarah, Kersey, Robert, Daniel, Hannah, Jenny & Esther. Also $138.84 due William Turner by Coleman Lewis, also 3 feather beds, furniture, pots and the 1/4 part legacy of Lewis Ellzey's estate which was devised to Sarah Turner. This deed of gift was proved in the courts of July and August 1811.
Son Thomas Turner left Wood Co., WV [Virginia] between 1823 and 1827 when he is found in Washington Co., OH.
Son Thomazin Ellzey Turner left Wood Co. between 1831 and 1838 when he is found in Marion Co., MO.
Other children were living in various other states."
[Pam Sulzer, email 31 Jul 2014]
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Bill CAMP and Mary --?--




Husband Bill CAMP (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Clinton Henry CAMP, Jr. (1916-1972)
       Mother: Emily W. MIMS (1918-1986)


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Robert HICKS and Mary --?--




Husband Robert HICKS 1420,1421

         Born: Cir 1765
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         Died: Between 1 March 1796 and July 1798 - Greensville County, Virginia 1421
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     Marriage: Bef 1796

 Other Spouse: Angeline GOODWYN 1420 - Bef 1783 1421



Wife Mary --?--

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Children
1 F Mary Dixon Greenway HICKS

         Born: Cir 1790
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       Spouse: Richard H. AVERY 1421
         Marr: 12 December 1808 - Greensville County, Virginia 1421


2 U HICKS

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General Notes: Husband - Robert HICKS

Robert HICKS appears to have been the husband of Angelina (Angeline) GOODWYN.
"Page 198. Robert HICKS. Will, March 1, 1796 (in county of Greenville, Va.) - copy made July, 1798. Wit: James PARHAM, Eliza PARHAM, Dolly PATTERSON. Twice married, second wife Mary being alive: first was named Angelina, who had a daughter Mary, apparently the wife of John WATSON, to whom he lent for the use of his daughter 50 acres on Raiford Creek (bought of Frederick SPIGNER*), and his plantation called New Market (this was lower down in the county). Hicks CHAPPELL and John HOPKINS were executors."
(HRCSC, Green, p. 235)
[*THAGNER in the transript below]

HICKS, ROBERT OF GREENVILLE COUNTY, VA., WILL TYPESCRIPT, RICHLAND COUNTY (MSS WILL: BOOK C, PAGE 198; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 14, PKG 338), S108093: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9):

I Robert HICKS of the County of Greenville and State of Virginia being weak in body but of Perfect mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in the manner and form following Viz.
Item I lend unto my trusty friend John WATSON during his natural life my plantation named New Market in South Carolina with fifty Acres of land on Raiford Creek bought of Fredrick THAGNER also nine negroes of their increase Viz. Jack Mamila Cyrus Toney Jenny Charlotte Robins Lizey and Delsey also my Young Black mare and Bay horse named Parker together with stock of Cattle and Household Furniture for the use Benefit and support of himself my Daughter Mary the daughter of my first wife Angelina HICKS Dec.d, and children if there should be any surviving begotten of her body. If John WATSON should decease before my Daughter Mary I leave the Estate in the hands of Hicks CHAPPELL and John HOPKINS as trustees for my Daughter Mary and children if there be any after the Death of John WATSON and my Daughter Mary if my Daughter should have any children that should live to lawful age begotten of her body my will and desire is the estate shall belong to them share and share alike to them and their heirs and assigns forever if there is not any children that survive the issues of my Daughter Mary my will and desire is that the above Estate shall belong to my Daughter Martha Dixon Greenway HICKS and the child my wife Mary HICKS is Pregnant with to them their heirs assigns forever
Item I lend unto my loving Wife Mary HICKS all my estate both real and personal not heretofore lent nor given during her Widowhood for the benefit and support of her and her Children If she should Marry I lend her one third part of the Estate during her natural life the remainder of the estate both real and personal I give to my Daughter Martha Dixon Greenway HICKS and the child my wife is pregnant wit and if either of them should Die before they come of Lawful age the surviving one of the two it shall belong to them their heirs and assigns forever My will and desire is that if both my Children of the wife of Mary HICKS should Die before they comes of lawful age that the Estate may Descend unto my grand- children if they be surviving one of my Daughter Marys to them their heirs and assigns forever.
I do appoint my friends Winfield MASON and James Parham and my wife Mary HICKS Executors and Executrix of this my last will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this first day of March being in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six
Signed sealed delivered and ) Robert HICKS L. S.
Acknowledged in the presence of us ) Greenville County.
Jas PARHAM
Eliza PARHAM
Doley PETERSON
Recorded in Will Book C. Page -198 Box-14- Package- 338


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Robert HICKS married second Mary, named in his Will of 1 March 1796: "Item I lend unto my loving Wife Mary HICKS all my estate both real and personal not heretofore lent nor given during her Widowhood for the benefit and support of her and her Children If she should Marry I lend her one third part of the Estate during her natural life..." Mary is described as pregnant in Robert's Will.
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Benjamin RIVES and Mary --?--




Husband Benjamin RIVES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George RIVES (Cir 1720-Between 1772/1773)
       Mother: Sarah COOKE (Abt 1722-      )


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Thomas GILLIAM and Mary --?--




Husband Thomas GILLIAM 886

         Born: Cir 1705 887
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       Father: Hinchia GILLIAM I (      -      ) 886
       Mother: Fortune --?-- (      -1753) 886


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Wife Mary --?-- 886

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Children
1 M John GILLIAM 45

         Born: 13-22 February 1712
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         Died: Between 22 February 1765 and August 1769 - Southampton County, Virginia 886
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       Spouse: Lucy CLEMENTS 45
         Marr: 8 June 1758 - Southampton County, Virginia 886


2 F Mary GILLIAM 886

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       Spouse: Robert TUCKER 886



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Henry HUDSON and Mary --?--




Husband Henry HUDSON 622

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Wife Mary --?-- 622

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1 F Julianna HUDSON 622

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       Spouse: John TAYLOR 622
       Spouse: Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq. 617
         Marr: 17 May 1696 - Perquimans County, North Carolina 622



General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Same Mary, wife of Henry HUDSON?
Mary SCOTT, wife of Joshua, Dept this Life May 22, 1692. Her will probated in Perq, Oct 3, 1692, names dau Hepthenia WALKER, Julyanah TAYLOR, & gr-dau Johanah TAYLOR.
Mary SCOTT (wife of Joseph) m 2d Thomas BLOUNT (s of James) 1685. On the records, she appears as wife of Joseph, who died 1681-2. Berkeley Par Reg, Perq precinct.)

'... Alexander [an Indian slave] finally won his freedom in October 1705 when he sued Mary SCOTT's daughter, Juliana LAKER, for detaining him after the expiration of his twelve-year indenture from 1692 (which had apparently replaced the 1690 indenture that called for eighty years of service)." [Suspect relations: sex, race, and resistance in colonial North Carolina, Kirsten Fischer, p. 48]
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Samuel CHAPPELL and Mary --?--




Husband Samuel CHAPPELL 93

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       Father: Samuel CHAPPELL (Cir 1696-Bef 1749) 619
       Mother: Elizabeth SCOTT (      -Between 1760/1761) 620


     Marriage: After September 1744

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth --?-- 93



Wife Mary --?-- 93

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1 F Mary CHAPPELL 93

         Born: 2 October 1746 93
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2 M Samuel CHAPPELL 93

         Born: Cir 1755 93
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Joseph H. BINGE and Mary --?--




Husband Joseph H. BINGE 1422

         Born: December 1864 - Illinois 1422
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     Marriage: Abt 1884



Wife Mary --?-- 1422

         Born: January 1866 - Wisconsin 1422
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Children
1 F Jenney L. BINGE 1422,1423

         Born: February 1888 - Iowa 1422
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       Spouse: Austin CASADY 1424
         Marr: Abt 1907



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James CHAPPELL II and Mary --?--




Husband James CHAPPELL II 628

         Born: Cir 1720 - Virginia 1425
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         Died: Between 1 December 1776 and 16 July 1778 - Sussex County, Virginia 628
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       Father: James CHAPPELL I (1694-1769) 619
       Mother: Elizabeth BRIGGS (Cir 1700-1744) 626


     Marriage: Bef September 1773 1426

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth BRIGGS 628 - Bef 1743

 Other Spouse: Judith RIVES 1425 - Bef October 1765 1425



Wife Mary --?-- 1426

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General Notes: Husband - James CHAPPELL II

"parents of 8."
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Thomas CHAPPELL and Mary --?--




Husband Thomas CHAPPELL 93

         Born: Bef 1727 93
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       Father: Samuel CHAPPELL (Cir 1696-Bef 1749) 619
       Mother: Elizabeth SCOTT (      -Between 1760/1761) 620


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Wife Mary --?-- 93

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Hugh Warren OWENS and Mary --?--




Husband Hugh Warren OWENS

         Born: 18 July 1946 - New London County, Connecticut
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       Father: HMC Norris William OWENS, USN, WWII (1919-1958)
       Mother: Juanita Iris JOHNS (1919-2008)


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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Donna Smith OWENS

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2 F Paige OWENS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Angie OWENS (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Allen Smith OWENS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Hugh Warren OWENS

Obituary: COLUMBUS - Hugh Warren Owens, 69, died Dec. 16, 2015, at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle. Services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Dogwood Chapel with Robert Gillis officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to services. Skelton Funeral Home of Reform is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Owens was born July 18, 1946, to the late Norris William Owens and Iris Juanita Johns Owens in New London, Connecticut. He was a member of State Line Baptist Church and a veteran of the U.S. National Guard. He was previously employed as a district sales manager for Gulf States Manufacturing. He was preceded in death by his parents, and his daughter, Donna Smith Johnson. He is survived by his wife, Mary "Pat" Owens of Columbus; daughters, Paige Owens Perrigin and Angie Howard; son, Allen Smith; brother, Wayne Owens; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. [The Commercial Dispatch, December 18, 2015]

Find A Grave Memorial# 156433056 records that Hugh Warren Owens was cremated, his ashes buried in Pleasant Ridge Church Cemetery, Greene County, Alabama.
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Douglas BROWN and Mary --?--




Husband Douglas BROWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jarrell Radney BROWN (1937-1999)
       Mother: Clara Ann USSERY (1936-2014)


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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Wayne A. HALBERT and Mary --?--




Husband Wayne A. HALBERT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: PO3C Gazola HALBERT, USN, WW II (1917-2001)
       Mother: Decima PARKER (1919-2016)


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 Other Spouse: Elsie --?--



Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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 Other Spouse: Larry PIERCE


Children
1 F Audra A. HALBERT

         Born: 5 January 1968 - Cross County, Arkansas
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         Died: 29 February 2012 - Hempstead County, Arkansas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Kenneth JACKSON (living)


2 M Bryan HALBERT (details suppressed for this person)

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Larry PIERCE and Mary --?--




Husband Larry PIERCE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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 Other Spouse: Wayne A. HALBERT


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BRUMFIELD and Mary --?--




Husband BRUMFIELD

         Born: 
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     Marriage: Bef 1820



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: 
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         Died: After 6 October 1854 - York County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Harriet BRUMFIELD 1427

         Born: 1 October 1820 - York District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 October 1869 - York County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joseph John DANIEL 1427
         Marr: Bef 1849


2 M George BRUMFIELD

         Born: Cir 1818
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         Died: 
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3 F Elizabeth BRUMFIELD

         Born: Cir 1822
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: THARP
         Marr: Bef 1854


4 F Violet BRUMFIELD

         Born: Cir 1824
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: NEELY
         Marr: Bef 1854


5 F Mary BRUMFIELD

         Born: Cir 1826
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General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

From York County, SC Will Book 3 1840-1862 by Brent Holcomb: "Will of Mary BRUMFIELD of the District of York.to my son in law Thomas WHITESIDES one half of my plantation whereon I now reside including the improvements, and at his death to be equally divided between his sons James, John and Austin WHITESIDES. To my son George BRUMFIELD all my Negroes, viz, Peggy, Stephen, Amy, Leander & Bonnaparte, on condition that he pay to my executor $1200. My executor shall sell the balance of my daughter Violet NEELY $600, and to each of my daughters Harriet DANIEL & Elizabeth THARP $350, and the balance of my estate equally between my daughters Elizabeth, Harriet (DANIEL), Violet & Mary. I appoint J. M. ANDERSON, executor, 6 Oct 1854. Mary BRUMFIELD (X) (LS). Wit: W. J. RICE, R. P. WHITE, J. BREM.
Proved by the oath of David J. RICE 14 Dec 1854. Qualified J. M. ANDERSON as executor 14 Dec 1854." (Audrey Pool)
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John HINSON and Mary --?--




Husband John HINSON 138

         Born: Abt 1786 - North Carolina
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     Marriage: Bef 1833



Wife Mary --?-- 138

         Born: Abt 1789 - North Carolina 138
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Children
1 M Henry L. HINSON 138

         Born: Abt 1820 - North Carolina 138
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2 F Mary HINSON 138

         Born: Abt 1824 - North Carolina 138
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         Died: 
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3 M Capt. Joseph Lemuel HINSON, CSA 138,1022

         Born: 10 November 1833 - Anson, North Carolina 1428
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 January 1898 - Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama 1428
       Buried:  - Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Martha Ellen DANIEL 1429
         Marr: 2 January 1871 - Lowndes County, Alabama



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William JOHNSON and Mary --?--




Husband William JOHNSON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary --?--

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 Other Spouse: James ISBELL


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James ISBELL and Mary --?--




Husband James ISBELL

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       Father: Daniel ISBELL (      -Cir 1768)
       Mother: Ann QUARLES (      -      )


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Wife Mary --?--

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 Other Spouse: William JOHNSON


Children

General Notes: Husband - James ISBELL

"Frances2 GEORGE (John1), born abt 1745 in Caroline Co, VA; died bef 1784 in Caroline Co, VA. She married (1) bef 1766 in Caroline Co, VA James ISBELL, died 1779 in Caroline Co, VA, son of Daniel ISBELL; (2) abt 1780 in Caroline Co, VA Beverly GRAVES , born abt 1740 in Caroline Co, VA; died abt 1797 in Caroline Co, VA." Children of Frances GEORGE and James ISBELL were as follows:
46 i Mary3 ISBELL, born abt 1766 in Caroline Co, VA. She married in 1787/89 in Caroline Co, VA Col William Moore JOHNSON .
47 ii Daniel3 ISBELL, born abt 1771 in Caroline Co, VA; died in Halifax Co, VA.
48 iii Nancy Ann3 ISBELL, born abt 1773 in Caroline Co, VA."
(http://www.martygrant.com/gen/george/george-john-caroline.htm)
QUESTION: Sams James ISBELL? James ISBELL - married Mary Isbell ? Johnson ( widow of William Johnson ). Ellen Samford.
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John BELL and Mary --?--




Husband John BELL

         Born: 19 August 1773
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 October 1858
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       Father: Benjamin BELL, Jr. (Abt 1749-1781) 947
       Mother: 


     Marriage: Abt 1803

 Other Spouse: Catherine DANIEL - After 1814



Wife Mary --?--

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Arthur HOWELL, Jr. and Mary --?--




Husband Arthur HOWELL, Jr. 1338

         Born: 
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         Died: Cir 1792 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Father: Arthur HOWELL (      -Bef 1753)
       Mother: Sarah --?-- (      -After 1752) 1281


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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

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General Notes: Husband - Arthur HOWELL, Jr.

This Arthur HOWELL is likely the Arthur indexed in the 1757 will of his uncle William HOWELL who named Arthur and his brothers William and Robert. This would make him Arthur, Jr., son of Arthur and Sarah (Unknown) HOWELL.

Abstract from Richland County Will Book B: "Page 235. Arthur HOWELL. Will, March 22, 1792-n. d. Wit.: Robt. HOWELL, John HOWELL, Wm. MEYER. Ex.: William HOWELL, Martha HOWELL, Joseph DANIELL. Wife: Mary. Son: John. Brother: William (whose wife was Martha). Cousin: Joseph DANIELL." (History of Richland County", p. 226-7)

SC Archives: Series: S108093 Reel: 0021Frame: 00468 Item: 000 Date: 1792 C. Description: HOWELL, Arthur of Richland County, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book B, Pages 235-236; Estate Packet: Box 15, Pkg 363) (1 frame). Names indexed: DANIEL, Joseph; HOWELL, Arthur; HOWELL, John; HOWELL, Martha; HOWELL, Robert; HOWELL, William; MEYER, William Locations: Pond Branch; Richland County.
WILL OF ARTHUR HOWELL
The 22 day of March 1792-
In the Name of God Amen I Arthur HOWELL of Richland County and State of South Carolina being very sick in body but in perfect mind and memory and calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make this my last will and testament in maner and form following First I do will that my insuing crop of Indigo be sold and such of my stock of my cattle as my Exr's shall think proper that this money arising from such sales and what of my debts can be collected be applied towards the discharge of the debts I owe and in case the sales shu'd not be sufficient to pay my debts then I do will that my Tract of Land touching upon Pond Branch be by my Exr's sold and the money arising from the sales thereby applied towards the discharge of my debts and that my Exr's do Execute titles for Said Lands -----
I do will that in case my debts can be paid as afore mentioned Exclusive of the sale of the Land I then and in that case I do will and bequeath the said Tract of Land to my Son John together with the Tract of Land on which I now live and I do lend to my well beloved wife one Equal Dividend with my children of all of my personal property during her life and at her death it is to be equally divided Amongst my children and I do will and bequeath that my Personal Property be Equally divided amongst my children as they severally cum of age or marry and I do will that my small children be decently educated at the descretion of my Exr's hereafter named --
And I do nominate - Constitute and appoint my beloved (Brothers, lined out) William and Martha HOWELL and my well beloved Cousin, Joseph DANIEL Exr's of this my last will and Testament.
Arthur HOWELL
Signed sealed in the presence of --
Rob't HOWELL
John HOWELL
Wm MEYER
Recorded in Will Book "B'" Pages 235 & 236 Box # 15 Package # 363
(S108093: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9))

NOTE: If this Joseph is Jose DANIELL, a neighbor and son of James DANIELL, then who is the link to Joseph being Arthur, Jr.'s "cousin"? Arthur's father, Arthur HOWELL, d. bef 9 Mar 1753, married Sarah, last name not found. Another consideration: Jose (Joseph?) DANIELL had a sister named Martha, born 22 Jan 1762. Is she this Martha HOWELL? 1338


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John HOWELL and Mary --?--




Husband John HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1757
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 793
       Mother: Mary --?-- (      -Bef 1826) 793


     Marriage: Bef 1774 793



Wife Mary --?-- 793,1430

         Born: Cir 1757
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Children
1 F Sarah HOWELL 793

         Born: 8 October 1774 - Richland County, South Carolina 793
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 May 1845 793
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joseph REESE, Jr. 1431
         Marr: 18 October 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina 793,1432


2 F Mary HOWELL 793

         Born: 27 December 1776
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1844
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Altum REESE 1432


3 F Elizabeth HOWELL 793

         Born: 27 October 1781
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 June 1857 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Timothy REESE 1431


4 M John HOWELL, Jr. 793,1430

         Born: September 1784
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 October 1825
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5 F Grace HOWELL 793,1430

         Born: 3 March 1787
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 January 1836
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6 F Martha HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1789 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: 1851 1434
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. 937
         Marr: Cir 1816 - South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - John HOWELL

Birth estimated from date of birth of first known child with wife Mary ____.
Green's "History of Richland County" excerpt from Will Book J: "Page 367. John HOWELL. Citation, November 11, 1825. Son of Mary HOWELL, bro. Grace HOWELL. Planted Cabin Branch Plantation with them. Furniture at Mill Creek."
This information concerning the estate of John HOWELL raises a question about the relationship of Grace HOWELL to John HOWELL. His mother was Mary ("History of Richland County", p. 300, Green). Grace was his sister, as were Mary REESE, Elizabeth REESE, Sally (Sarah) REESE, and Martha (nee HOWELL), w/o Jesse M. HOWELL. "Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827" (Elizabeth Pitts </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Birth estimated from birth of first child in 1774


Notes: Marriage

Date of bith of first known child.
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Mayo C. PLYMEL and Mary --?--




Husband Mayo C. PLYMEL (details suppressed for this person)

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


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Wife Mary --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Daniel REESE and Mary --?--




Husband Daniel REESE

         Born: Cir 1710
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Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Cir 1712
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Children
1 M Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC 1435

         Born: Cir 1736 - Kent County, Pennsylvania
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 March 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Ann REYNOLDS 1431
         Marr: Cir 1754
       Spouse: Sarah --?-- 1281
         Marr: After 12 January 1762



General Notes: Husband - Daniel REESE

REESE (REES), Evan - Contributed by Harriet Imrey (himrey@ntelos.net) 9/29/04 - The material online is exactly as Edwin Green wrote it in 1932; however, he had followed the lead of some Rees/Reese traditions that attached the Rev. Joseph Reese to the wrong parents. It's strictly a coincidence that I was working with three people seeking "Rees-connections" exactly when I ran across the relevant documents. Evan Rees and wife Sarah were in the lower Richland region with 3 children from 1746, so it was a fairly natural assumption that the minister of the church founded in that region in 1764 "must" have been their son. However, he wasn't:
Deed Book W-W, p. 672, 13 Feb 1759, L&R. Daniel Rease (Rees), & Mary his wife, to Joseph Rease (Rees); for £25 currency, 150 a. on E side Little River, in Craven Co., bounding on said side of Little River joining part of said tract belonging to Daniel Rease; all other sides on vacant land; according to grant dated 9 Jan 1750 [1750/1]signed by Gov. James Glen. Witnesses: William Newman, Benjamin Gregory. Newman testified before Jacob Goodown, J.P. on 13 Feb 1759. Recorded 11 June 1761 by William Hopton, Register.
Deed Book A-3, p. 223, 28 & 29 Sept 1763, L&R. Bryant (his mark) White, planter, & Susannah (her mark), his wife, to John Marple, miller, both of Craven Co., for £200 currency, 150 a. on S side of Little River, Craven Co., part of 300 a. granted 9 Jan 1752 [sic] by Gov. James Glen to Daniel Rease; bounding N & SE on vacant land; NE on remaining part of said 300 a. Rease conveyed 150 a. TO HIS SON JOSEPH REASE; the said river now being the dividing line; the above 150 a. having been conveyed by Daniel Rease to Susanna Young, widow, now wife of Bryant White; as by plat of grant. Witnesses: Joshua Edward, Esther (her mark) Edward. Proved by Joshua 29 Sept. 1763 before John Pearson, J.P. Recorded 10 Oct. 1763 by William Hopton, Register.
Here's when and where the future Rev. Joseph Rees arrived in SC, settled in (modern) Fairfield Co.: Petition to SC Council, Meeting of Tuesday 7 November 1749:
Read the Petition of Daniel Rees, Blacksmith, setting forth That the Pet'r was come with two Children of his Family from Pensilvania and the rest of his Family being three more Children he had sent for and expected they were already in this Province, and was desirous of settling his said Family on Little River that runs into Broad River, prayed to run out to him 300 acres of Land as aforesaid and that he might have a Grant for the same on his producing a Certificate of the other three Children as about being arrived in the Province. Signed Daniel Rees, 9 Oct'r 1749. The prayer thereof was granted.
There are a large number of descendants of Joseph Reese, many of whom are attempting to document his history based on the mistaken assumption about his descent from the Evan Rees who lived on the Congarees, died in Orangeburgh township in 1759. Rees was converted to the Separatist Baptist movement at the Philip Mulkey revival on the Little River, Fairfield Co, moved south to minister to the new congregation of Congaree Baptist Church only after 1764, so there's no question about exactly which Joseph Reese he is. (http://www.palmettoroots.org/RichlandFamilies.html)
The following, now shown to be in error, was published in A History of Richland County South Carolina by Edwin L. Green: "It seems Evan REESE migrated from Wales to Pennsylvania and then to South Carolina about 1745. He was married to Sarah. Said to be the father of Rev. Joseph REESE." (http://www.palmettoroots.org/RichlandFamilies.html)

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William HIRONS, RS-SC and Mary --?--




Husband William HIRONS, RS-SC 1436

         Born: 29 April 1758
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 16 July 1785 1436
       Buried: 


       Father: Simon HIRONS (Abt 1725-1778) 1437
       Mother: Grace RAIFORD (Abt 1724-      ) 1438


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 1436

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General Notes: Husband - William HIRONS, RS-SC

Record of Revolutionary War service: "HIRONS, William. Sixty-four days in 1781 and thirty-six days in 1782 as private in Col. (Thomas) TAYLOR's regiment."
William Hirons (29 Apr 1758-1785) [He was a member of the SC House of Representatives. He married Mary ?] (http://genforum.genealogy.com/sc/richland/messages/78.html)
William HIRONS died intestate. An abstract noting this in Green's "History of Richland County" provides under "Wills in Camden Relating to Richland County": "Box 31, No. 111. HIRONS, William. Intest. Mary HIRONS adm., July 16, 1785. Property app. by Jno. HOPKINS, Joel McLEMORE, Thos. JEFFERYS." Was Mary his wife?
The 1790 census of Richland County, South Carolina lists a "William HIRONS 1 1 2 - 1"


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary's maiden name is not known, let alone proven.

SPECULATION: (Under construction!!)
1. Mary ______, wife of William HIRONS MIGHT BE Mary DANIELL, daughter of James DANIELL of Fairfield Distrrict, South Carolina, and sister of Sarah who married Capt. James TAYLOR of Richland District. William HIRONS died in 1785. Mary DANIELL is known from her father's bible listing her birth in 1765 and a published marriage to Dr. Robert HENDRICK in 1795. Nothing in between. She was 30 when married to Robert. Old for a first marriage in those days, Robert is thought to have been a second husband.
2. The family of Simon HIRONS and Grace RAIFORD are closely tied to the O'DANIEL (as DANIELL and DANIEL) TAYLOR, WESTON and PARTRIDGE families of Richland District, South Carolina.in the latter half of the 1700s.
Grace RAIFORD was the daughter of Philip RAIFORD II and Martha WESTON.
Some of Simon and Grace's children married as follows:
William HIRONS to Mary _______.
Mary HIRONS to James TAYLOR who married second Sarah DANIELL.
John HIRONS to Martha Ann PARTRIDGE.
Grace HIRONS to William WESTON, Jr.
Martha HIRONS to John PARTRIDGE.
3. Philip RAIFORD III married Judith WESTON.
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Thomas HOWELL and Mary --?--




Husband Thomas HOWELL 1220

         Born: Cir 1761 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 29 October 1788 and 18 November 1788 - Richland County, South Carolina 1221
       Buried: 


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


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 1221

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Children
1 M Thomas James HOWELL 1221

         Born: Cir 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 17 November 1818 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas HOWELL

Thomas HOWELL was named as the eldest child in the 1776 Will of his father, William HOWELL. He received the tract called Howell's Ferry, where his mother lived.
Thomas' Will Abstract from Richland County Will Book B: "Page 53. Thomas HOWELL. Will, October 29, 1788-November 18, 1788. Wit: Jesse GOODWYN, James GOODWYN, Grace BAKER, Frederick LAMB. Ex: Brother William and Jesse and James GOODWYN. Wife Mary, received ferry tract. Son Thomas James HOWELL. Father: William, deceased. Brothers: William HOWELL, Jr., Malachi." (Green's "History of Richland County", p. 222)
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Elijah DUKES and Mary --?--




Husband Elijah DUKES

         Born: Abt 1805 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1860
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1830



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Abt 1805 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1860
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Moses DUKES

         Born: 8 June 1828 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 May 1898
       Buried:  - Harmony Church Cemetery, Barwick, Georgia
       Spouse: Sarah Jane EDWARDS
         Marr: Abt 1847


2 M Matthew DUKES

         Born: Abt 1843
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General Notes: Husband - Elijah DUKES

An Elijah DUKES is enumerated in 1830 Brooks County, Georgia, and in Thomas County, in 1840 and 1850. (The history of Brooks County, Georgia Quitman, Ga.: Hannah Clarke Chapter, D.A.R., 1949, 662 pgs., page 123.)

Elijah DUKES, 55, and family appears on the U.S. Census, 1860, next to Moses DUKES, 27, and his family in Tallokas P.O., Brooks County, Georgia, 653-112, page 702. Moses named one of his sons, Elijah.
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John SCOTT and Mary --?--




Husband John SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1732 - Scotland
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 October 1799
       Buried:  - Scott Cemetery, Fairfax County, Viginia
     Marriage: Cir 1765



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: Abt 1735 - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 March 1795 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Scott Cemetery, Fairfax County, Viginia


Children
1 M David Wilson SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1764
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 September 1827
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth --?--


2 M Richard Marshall SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1769
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 August 1833 - Bath, Virginia
       Buried:  - Scott Cemetery, Fairfax County, Viginia
       Spouse: Mary LOVE
         Marr: Bef 1826
       Spouse: Eleanor Douglass SCOTT
         Marr: Cir 1826


3 F Anne SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1772
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 May 1821 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Scott Cemetery, Fairfax County, Viginia




General Notes: Husband - John SCOTT

John SCOTT is buried in the Scott Family Cemetery located on a rise at the western end of the oval created by Conference Center Dr., Centreville, Va. The cemetery is located about 200 yards southeast of the foundation of "Farmington Plantation". The Scott family owned this property from c.1792 to c. 1850. Epitaph from his headstone: "In Memory of JOHN SCOTT A Native of Scotland who Departed this Life on the 7th of October 1799 in the 67th Year of his Age after an illness of only one hour from perfect health. Leaving issue DAVID WILSON SCOTT RICHARD MARSHALL SCOTT and ANNE SCOTT."

Fairfax County, VA; Scott vs Foote, et al, 1838-1845
Scott vs. Foote et al.
Fairfax County, Virginia Chancery Cff.88A, file 2 of 7, 1838-1845, pages 5-9.
Submitted for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Gwen J. Hurst, gwnj@shentel.net
"Your oratrix states that John Scott deceased was a native of Scotland, & at this death left three children, David Wilson Scott,
Richard Marshall Scott, the testator, & a daughter named Anna.
That, according to the papers & memorandums left by the said John Scott, he emigrated to this Country about the year 1753,
bringing with him a cargo of dry goods in order to carry on the business of a merchant. The estate which he obtained from his
Father was not large - he sold it as soon as he arrived at the age of twenty one years for no more than purchased a store of
goods. He settled with his store at a place called "Allens Fresh," in Charles County in the State of Maryland. Being a many of
easy temper & perfectly unsuspicious & credulous, he met with many who were ready to take advantage of Such a disposition.
He was greatly imposed upon &, consequently, after conducting his business for six or seven years he failed & became
bankrupt about the year 1759. After this he went to Scotland in order to obtain assistance & aid from his friends, but in this
effort he failed, & he returned to Maryland where he had left his wife with her mother Mrs. Marshall, as destitute as when he
left Maryland for Scotland. During his absence, his wife had, by the aid of her friends, acquired a few negroes & a small portion
of other property with which by renting land & cultivating it they were able to obtain subsistence. At the time he had no children
- at a subsequent period he had three children, David Wilson, born in the year 1764, Richard Marshall, born in 1769, & Anna
born in 1772. The said John Scott & family continued to reside in Maryland on a small rented farm (not owning any Land) for
which he paid at no time more than one thousand & fifty pounds of Tobacco & Cask. that his taxes on his property of all sorts
at no time exceeded four pounds four shillings & six-pence, Maryland currency - as an evidence of this among several old
receipts found among his papers your oratrix here annexed a receipt for taxes in the year 1778, given of Thomas Latimer,
Deputy sheriff of Charles County which receipt is as follows. "Received, 27th of July 1778, of Mr. John Scott Four pounds,
five shillings & four-pence currency, for his assessments, county Levy & old balance" signed Thomas Latimer, Deputy. Your
oratrix also herein copies a receipt from Hoskins Hanson, his Landlord, shewing, not only the amount of rent he had to pay, but
his not being able to be punctual in paying the small amounts he had agreed to pay. Which receipt is as follows: "December
30th 1776. Received of Mr. John Scott 1010 lbs. of Tobacco for rent for the year 1776, he owing me at this time for rent for
the year following 1046 nt. of crop Tobacco" signed Hoskins Hanson. The receipt shews the amount of rent & quantity of
Land cultivated by the said John Scott while he lived in Maryland.
Your oratrix further states that the said John Scott continued to reside in the State of Maryland on rented land until the year
1780, when he with his family removed to the state of Virginia & settled in Fairfax County a few miles from Colchester on lands
rented from Alexander Henderson for a term of years. Your oratrix, in addition to the preceding circumstances shewing the
reduced means of the said John Scott & of need of aid from his friends, annexed a letter from his son Richard M. Scott dated
the 9th of April 1785, & is number six (6). She refers to it because it shews that his son considered him in need of assistance,
& also to shew that among the negroes he had a servant named Sam, who is mentioned in the letter. Your oratrix has found
among the papers of the said John Scott, which were in possession of her testator, two accounts & receipts of the sheriff of
Fairfax County - the one for the year 1789, amounting to £3.19.2. This appears to have been paid by his son David Wilson
Scott - & the other for the year 1790. by this account the tax for the year 1789 was but £1.17, & for parish levies 168 pounds
of Tobacco. the rest of the bill consists of balances due for the year 1788, & also the receipt of John Moore for the year 1790.
These your oratrix hereunto annexes, all being numbered 7. On the 1st of January in the year 1791, the Testator of your oratrix
for the first time in his life became the owner of real estate which is the place called Farmington, then in the Cty. of Loudoun,
but now in the County of Fairfax, to which he removed his Father, Mother & Sister Anna, where they continued to live free of
rent until their respective deaths. That while being there it appears the said John Scott was for the year 1791 or 1792 assessed
with not more than five slaves, as the Assessor's Books for the County will shew - & is also shewn by an account of his taxes
dated 12th of Oct. 1791, by John Moore, Deputy. Sheriff of Fairfax, which is hereunto annexed numbered 8.
Your oratrix further sheweth that the said John Scott departed this life in the year 1792 at Farmington, the property of his son,
her testator. That he left no will & but little personal property & not more than five slaves which appear to have been acquired
in no other way than as before stated - in the year 1759 by means of the efforts of his wife during his visit to Scotland after his
failure & bankruptcy as a merchant. No on administered upon his estate. He left a widow who died in the year 1795 - she left
no property. From the year 1791 till the death of the said John Scott & of his wife they had been maintained & supported in
comfort & care by their son Richard M. Scott. He charged them no rent, nor demanded payment of anything he furnished for
their use which he did. It is here annexed an account against his father of [illegible] cheerfully & liberally illegible] all persons he
had business at his [illegible]. A copy of the account marked C is annexed.
If the slaves which were acquired in the year 1759 were the same he had in 1791, the time of his death, and which your oratrix
believes were the Same, they could not in the year 1759 be of any material use if younger than twelve years & if of that age in
1759, they were in 1792 not younger than forty five years. It is not presumable that all were females capable of breeding at the
time of his death. That at least one of them was a man appears by the letter of Richard m. Scott to his father, dated in April
1785, herein before referred to. By the Assessors Books in the County of Fairfax in the years 1791 & 1792, he had but five
slaves assessed to him some of whom there is no doubt were males, such being more useful on a farm than females. As
distributees of his personal estate he left three children - two sons, & a daughter, the intestate of the Deft. Wm. H. Foote. The
said John Scott died intestate - no one has administered on his estate - his distributees were his two sons & daughter Anna.
They, of course, had each a right to an undivided third part of the slaves left by John Scott, subject to the dower right of his
wife until her death, which took place in the year 1795. The legal title after John Scott's death was not vested in any person; &
if there was any division of his personal estate between his distributees it must have been a private one not reduced to writing &
recorded - without proof of such actual division Anna Scott's interest in her Father's slaves was an undivided equitable one. If
this be so, your oratrix is advised & she submits the question to the court whether the administrator of Anna Scott can claim
any specific slave or slaves & the descendant of such separate from the other slaves & the descendant of such other slaves &
whether he ought not to have brought his suit in equity & obtained by a decree of the Court of equity & actual & legal division
of the personal property of John Scott.
Your orator further states - if the private division between Anna Scott & her two brothers is such a one as to rest in her the
legal title to one third of the negroes & other personal estate of her Father, John Scott, after the death of her mother, & of,
course a legal title in her administrator, then it follows that a similar kind of division of Anna Scotts one thirds between David
W. Scott & his brother Richard M. Scott, after the death of the said Anna, which took place in the year 1821, will be equally
valid & rest in each of them a legal & absolute title to one moiety of the negroes she may have left."
(http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/fairfax/court/misc0000.txt)


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

John SCOTT is buried in the Scott Family Cemetery located on a rise at the western end of the oval created by Conference Center Dr., Centreville, Va. The cemetery is located about 200 yards southeast of the foundation of "Farmington Plantation". The Scott family owned this property from c.1792 to c. 1850. Epitaph from his headstone: "In Memory of MARY SCOTT Relict of JOHN SCOTT A Native of Maryland Who departed this Life the 12th day of March 1795 in the 60th Year of her Age after a violent illness of three weeks. Leaving issue DAVID WILSON SCOTT RICHARD MARSHALL SCOTT and ANNE SCOTT".

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Robert HOWELL and Mary --?--




Husband Robert HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1744
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 16 October 1804 - Richland District, South Carolina 936
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas HOWELL (      -Bef 1760)
       Mother: Grace --?-- (      -      ) 930


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 793

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 22 March 1826 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 


Children
1 M John HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1757
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary --?-- 793,1430
         Marr: Bef 1774 793


2 M William HOWELL

         Born: Cir 1757
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 14 May 1804
       Buried: 



3 F Mary HOWELL 793

         Born: Abt 1760 1439
   Christened: 
         Died: After 3 August 1850 1439
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Robert WESTON, Jr. 1440


4 F Elizabeth HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1761
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas BALDRICK 793


5 M Joseph HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1763
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Sarah HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1765
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joseph SMITH
       Spouse: Joseph B. WHITE 1440


7 M Robert HOWELL 936

         Born: Cir 1767
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Robert HOWELL

Robert HOWELL is named the March 13, 1760 LW&T of his father, Thomas HOWELL. Robert was given the "Hill" plantation and Heart's (Hart's?) Field.
Will Abstract, Richland County Will Book D: "Page 177. Robert HOWELL. Will, May 14, 1804-October 13, 1804. Wit.: Green RIVES, Joel ADAMS, Isaac TUCKER. Ex.: Sons: John, Joseph, Robert. Wife Mary. Sons: John, Joseph, Robert. Dau.: Mary, m. WESTON; Elizabeth, m. BALDRICK; Sarah, m. SMITH." (Mary's husband was Robert WESTON, Jr. Elizabeth married Thomas BALDRICK. RLD) Robert's estate was appraised on 16 Oct 1804 by Joel ADAMS, Jno. HOWELL, Jr., and Green RIVES.


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Will Book H, Richland County, South Carolina, abstract: "Page 155. Mary HOWELL. Will, November, 1820-March 22, 1826. Widow of Robert HOWELL. Wit.: J. HOWELL, Grace HOWELL, Jesse SPIGNER. Ex.: Robert HOWELL, Robert WESTON, Joseph B. WHITE, Thos. BALDRICK. Sons: John, Robert, William Robert. Dau.: Mary, m. Robert WESTON, Jr.; Sarah, m. WHITE. Granddaughter: Sarah Howell McCORD. Grandsons: Thomas Richard BALDRICK and Robert Howell BALDRICK, sons of her daughter, Elizabeth." ("History of Richland County", p. 283-84)

Who are the parents of Sarah Howell McCORD?
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Arthur HOWELL and Mary --?--




Husband Arthur HOWELL 1052

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 12 January 1836 - Richland District, South Carolina 1051
       Buried: 


       Father: Matthew HOWELL (      -1801) 1281
       Mother: Margaret --?-- (      -      ) 1283


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?--

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Arthur HOWELL

Arthur HOWELL is named in the 1816 Will of his mother Margaret HOWELL.
An abstract from Richland County Will Book K shows: "Page 125. Arthur HOWELL. Inventory by W. DENLEY, J. REESE, James ROWAN, July 3, 1836 (died before January 12, 1836). Heirs: Matthew R. HOWELL, Margaret TYSON (deceased and left Margaret H. TYSON), Mary OLIVER, (deceased, had Samuel and Matthew H., who died leaving widow and children, Jane A., Matthew H. and Mary Jane.)"

Will Book K, page 342, records "Arthur HOWELL. Sales, February 12, 1838. M. R. HOWELL, adm." 1052


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

From Carol Busto.
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John TAYLOR and Mary --?--




Husband John TAYLOR

         Born: 1715 - England
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 11 May 1767 - Craven County, South Carolina 1338
       Buried:  - Old Taylor Cemetery


       Father: John TAYLOR (Cir 1690-      )
       Mother: Katherine PENDLETON (Cir 1695-      )


     Marriage: Bef May 1766

 Other Spouse: Lucy Lynn BURGE - Abt 1740



Wife Mary --?-- 1441

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - John TAYLOR

TAYLOR, John - John TAYLOR arrived in Richland County from Virginia in 1749 and settled on Back Swamp on the Bluff Road. John's children were:
1. (Captain) John TAYLOR who married Sarah HIRONS. He died during the American Revolution.
2. Mary TAYLOR married (1) William HAY and after his death then married (2) Thomas HEATH
3. Martha TAYLOR married (1) Nathan Center and after his death then married (2) Captain George WADE
4. (Colonel) Thomas TAYLOR: born September 10, 1743, died November 16, 1833. He married Ann WYCHE (born June 4, 1749, died July 27, 1834) on November 16, 1767.
5. James TAYLOR who died in August 1806, married (1) Mary HIRONS (died April 21, 1772) on April 5, 1768. After Mary's death, James married (2) Sarah DANIEL on December 2, 1772.
John TAYLOR came to South Carolina about the same time (1749 to 1750) as James DANIELL, and lived near James DANIELL's house, at or near what is now Columbia, South Carolina.
John Taylor died in the latter part of 1766 leaving a will (recorded in Charleston, SC). In it he mentions his sons Thomas, John, James, and William, and daughters Martha and Elizabeth. It also mentions a wife Mary, (no maiden name given), and by the terms of the will it appears that she was his second wife and not the mother of his children. It also appears from the deed made by John Taylor transferring his lands in Virginia, that in 1754 he had a wife named Lucy. ("Col Thomas Taylor", compiled by B. F. Taylor in the SC Historical Magazine Vol 27 Oct 1926 pp 204-211).

In 1756, John and his wife Lucy TAYLOR sold four parcels of land to a Jacob MORGAN of Chesterfield County, Virginia. These were properties John obtained from Jacob MITCHELL in 1745, two, one 83 acres and one 100 acres from John MITCHELL, and a 450 acre patent from 1736. [Southside Virginia, Pritchett, p. 1910]

John's wife was Lucy in 1756, but his Will of 1766 names his wife as Mary, obviously married twice.

Abstracts of the will of John TAYLOR: "Will Book 1761-1771, page 19. John TAYLOR: July 29, 1766-May 11, 1767. Wit.: Joel THREEWITS, Jemima THREEWITS, Samuel STROTHER. Ex.: Thomas TAYLOR. Wife: Mary. Sons: John, Thomas, James, William. Daughters Martha, Elizabeth." (History of Richland County, Green, p. 209)

# Repository:
Name: Office of the Probate Judge-Charleston Co SC
North Charleston, South Carolina
29415
Title: John Taylor Will dated 29 July 1766 -Charleston County, SC
Publication: Old Will Book, 1761-1766, Page 19
Note: Proved on 11th of May 1767
Text: My notes:
Will of John TAYLOR dated 29 July 1766 names his son John TAYLOR, daughter Martha TAYLOR, "my two young Sons James TAYLOR and William TAYLOR", "my oldest Son Thomas. And "I give to the Ifsue of my daughter Elizabeth may her body (translation seems to be missing words here)...He also mentions "my Wife Mary" and appoints his son Thomas TAYLOR Executor. He gives son John TAYLOR "250 acres of land formerly (owned by) Doctor FARRIERS joining John THOMAS, Junr"; to his 2 young sons James and William: "382 acres of land formerly "was John HOPKIN(S)"; and to "my eldest son Thomas TAYLOR one Tract of Land containing 300 acres formerly belonging to John PEARSON; and "I give one Tract of Land to be sold containing 300 acres lying in the Fork between the Congaree and Wateree Rivers and the money to be put to the use of my youngest Son William TAYLOR."
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Irma C. TINSLEY and Mary --?--




Husband Irma C. TINSLEY 313,1442

         Born: Abt 1890 - Texas 313
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Josephus TINSLEY (1863-      ) 314
       Mother: Lena E. FINDLEY (Abt 1873-      ) 312


     Marriage: Abt 1913



Wife Mary --?-- 1442

         Born: Abt 1893 - Alabama 1442
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Elizabeth TINSLEY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Alfred C. TINSLEY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Irma C. TINSLEY

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Dallas County, Dallas, 27-Pct; Series: T625 Roll: 1793 Page: 153: Line 26 1007 157 289 TINSLEY Irma C. HEAD M W 30 M TX KY TX C___ Salesman Gra Co; -- Mary Wife F W 26 M AL AL AL; -- Elizabeth Dau F W 4+4/12 S TX TX AL; -- Alfred C. Son M W 1+6/12 TX TX AL; Meadows Lewis H. Boarding M W 23 M GA GA GA Salesman Tobacco Co.; -- Margaret Boarding F W 22 M LA LA France. 1442
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John HALL and Mary --?--




Husband John HALL 1443

         Born: Abt 1780 - South Carolina 1443
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1850 1443
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1807



Wife Mary --?-- 1443

         Born: Abt 1775 - South Carolina 1443
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Jane HALL 1443

         Born: Abt 1808 - Georgia 1443
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James G. SHINHOLSTER 1443
         Marr: Bef 1848


2 F Lidia HALL

         Born: 1820
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M James HALL

         Born: 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John HALL

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County; Series: M432 Roll: 87 Page: 364:
393 393 John HALL 70 M Farmer 10,000 SC;
Mary 75 F SC;
Lidia 40 F GA;
James HALL 30 M Farming GA.
Next door: 392 392 James G. SHINHOLSTER 47 M Farmer 800 GA;
Mary 42 F GA;
Lidy E. 16 F GA;
John W. 14 M GA;
Harriett E. 11 F GA;
James 7 M GA;
Sarah Ann 4 F GA.
On the other side:
394 394 Daniel R. TUCKER 42 M Farmer 12,000 GA
[Daniel is the brother of Mary Ann TUCKER, wife of Jesse DANIELL, the parents of William H. DANIELL who married Sarah Ann SHINHOLSTER in 1852 in Wilkinson County, Georgia.]
Same page:
388 388 Mary SHINHOLSTER 42 F Farmer 400 GA;
James N. 24 M Farmer GA;
Mary I. 23 F GA;
Martha J. S. 15 F GA;
Samuel 17 M Farming GA;
Elizabeth 12 F GA;
Harr[i]et E. 10 F GA;
Mary H. 6 F GA.

Will abstracts:
JOHN HALL, 1850?:
Wife: Mary. Daus: Lydia, Mary Jane. Son: James M. My man, Peter. Dau: Sarah L. Hall, negroes, viz: Minnie Miley and her two youngest children, Isaac and Ephraim. Dau: Mary Jane Shinholster, I give Simon and Charlotte, his wife. Dau: Lydia Hall, I give Ransom and Mariah. Dau: Permelia Ezelle, I give little James and David. To son: James M. Hall, I give Caroline and her children and Ben. To Mary, my wife, I give old Charlotte and her family. My three children: Lydia Hall, Mary Jane Shinholster, James M. Hall, upon payment of $500 out of the estate to each of my daughters, Sara Belle Hall and Permelia Ezelle.
(http://genforum.genealogy.com/ga/wilkinson/messages/445.html)

HALL, JOHN - 1850 Wife: Mary Children: James M. Hall, Lydia Hall, Mary Jane Shinholster, Sarah L. Hall, Permelia Ezelle, Sarah Belle Hall Others mentioned: Slaves: Peter, Minnie Miley & her 2 youngest children Isaac & Ephraim, Simon & Charlotte (husband & wife), Ransom, Mariah, James, David, Caroline & children not named, Ben, Charlotte (old, & her family not named) [http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/wilkinson/wills/willbka.txt]


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James M. HUFF, CSA and Mary --?--




Husband James M. HUFF, CSA 557,1007

         Born: 11 October 1845 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James HUFF (Abt 1788-Bef 1860) 1007
       Mother: Irene --?-- (Abt 1820-      ) 1007


     Marriage: Abt 1876



Wife Mary --?-- 557

         Born: Abt 1853
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Alfonso HUFF 557

         Born: Abt 1877 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Charley HUFF 557

         Born: Abt 1879 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - James M. HUFF, CSA

"MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY G, 45th REGIMENT MYRICK VOLUNTEERS
Huff, James M.- private March 4, 1862 . Wounded at Spotsylvania, Va. May 12, 1864 . Wounded and captured at Fort Steadman, Va. March 25, 1865 . Released at Point Lookout, Md. June 28, 1865 . (Born in Baldwin County, Ga. October 11, 1845.)" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/military/civilwar/45thg.txt)

James M. HUFF is known to be the son of John and Irene HUFF from the 1880 census naming his mother, "Irena", 65, in his household.
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, District 115, 8 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll:133 Page: 187: 157 162 HUFF James M. W M 34 Head M Farmer GA GA GA; " Mary W F 29 Wife M Keeping GA GA GA; " Alfonso W M 3 Son S GA GA GA; " Charley W M 1 Son S GA GA GA; " Irena W F 65 Mother Wid No Occupation GA GA GA


Notes: Marriage

Based on age of son, Alfonso, 3, in the 1880 census.
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WOOD and Mary --?--




Husband WOOD

         Born: Cir 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1850
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1825



Wife Mary --?-- 557

         Born: Cir 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Gracie A. WOOD 557

         Born: Abt 1825 - Georgia 557
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James OSBORNE 557
         Marr: Bef 1842



General Notes: Husband - WOOD

This husband of Mary, the mother of Gracie A. WOOD who married James OSBORN, is presumed to have died before 1850 because Mary is living in the home of James OSBORN with Gracie and another daughter, Mary WOOD, 20.


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary WOOD is named in the 1850 census, aged 70, born then in 1780. In the 1880 census, she is aged 89, born then 1790. If Mary Wood, 20, in 1850, is her daughter, it is more likely that Mary was closer to 60 than 70 in 1850.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117th District, 1 June 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 72 Page: 43: 41 640 661 OSBORNE James 30 M Farmer GA; OSBURNE Gracie A. E. 25 F GA; OSBORNE Henry 7 M GA; OSBORNE Thomas N. 1/12 M GA. Next door is Mary WOOD, 70, Gracie''s mother, and Mary WOOD, 20, thought to be a sister of Gracie A. E. OSBORNE. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/hancock/census/1850/pg0038a.txt)

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem, 115th Militia District, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 187: 162 167 OSBORNE James W M 63 Head M Farmer GA NC SC; " Gracie A. W F 45 Wife M Keeping house GA NC NC; WOOD Mary W F 89 Mother in law WD NC NC NC; Horton Beulah W F 43 Sister in law Wd GA NC NC. Beulah, sister-in-law, is probably another of Mary WOOD's daughters, and sister to Gracie.
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Thomas Fearn RUSSELL and Mary --?--




Husband Thomas Fearn RUSSELL 179,1444

         Born: 2 May 1832
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 May 1905
       Buried: 


       Father: Judge James RUSSELL (1777-1863) 1445
       Mother: Eleanor Blair BAKER (1790-1848) 1446


     Marriage: Abt 1859



Wife Mary --?-- 179

         Born: Abt 1839 - Alabama 179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Elenora RUSSELL 179

         Born: Abt 1859 - Mississippi 179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth RUSSELL 179

         Born: Abt 1861 - Georgia 179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Catherine RUSSELL 179

         Born: Abt 1863 - Georgia 179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Martha RUSSELL 179

         Born: Abt 1865 - Alabama 179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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5 F Mary RUSSELL 179

         Born: Abt 1869 - Alabama 179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Fearn RUSSELL

"Thomas Fearn Russell, born May 2, 1832, and died May 18, 1905." (Walt Russell, Parker, Florida)

"Thomas Fearn Russell was the subject of doubt for several years, but after considerable research I found where Thomas signed his name as I have it spelled on a marriage he performed in the capacity as JP of Jackson Co., Ala." (Walt Russell, Parker, Florida)

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Big Coon P O; Series: M593 Roll: 20 Page: 104: 521 526 RUSSELL Thos. F. 37 M W Farm laborer -- 150 AL; -- Mary 30 F W Keeping house AL; -- Elenora 10 F W At home MS; -- Elizabeth 8 F W GA; -- Kate 6 F W GA; -- Mattie 4 F W AL; -- Mary 1 F W AL; -- Caledonia 14 F B House servt.
Next door is Thomas' brother, Israel P. RUSSELL, 45, and family.
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William BROWN and Mary --?--




Husband William BROWN 1447

         Born: Abt 1830 - Tennessee 1447
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1900
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1855



Wife Mary --?-- 1447

         Born: August 1834 - Tennessee 1447,1448
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Morgan BROWN 1447

         Born: Abt 1855 - Tennessee 1447
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth BROWN 1447

         Born: September 1856 - Tennessee 1448
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Jeannie W. BROWN 397,1449

          AKA: Jane BROWN 1447
         Born: August 1860 - Tennessee 1448
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 January 1920
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. Paul F. EVE, Jr. 904,1450
         Marr: Abt 1883


4 M William BROWN 1447

         Born: August 1863 - Tennessee 1448
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - William BROWN

1880 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 15-Wd Nashville; Series: T9 Roll: 1250 Page: 453: 157 177 BROWN Wm S_____ W M 50 M Lawyer TN TN TN; -- Mary W F 45 Wife M Keeping house TN MA TN; -- Morgan W M 25 Son S Lawyer TNTN TN; -- Elizabeth W F 23 Dau S TN TN TN; -- Jane W F 19 Dau S TN TN TN; -- William W M 17 Son S TN TN TN


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

1900 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 11-Wd; Series: T623 Roll: 1564 Page: 108: Broad Street 10 11 BROWN Mary R. Head W F Aug 1834 65 Wd - 2 2 TN Scotland TN; COLEMAN ?. ?. Son-in-law W M Nov 1857 48 M GA GA GA Real estate & Insurance; -- Elizabeth B. Dau W F Sept 1856 443 M TN TN TN; BROWN Wm Jr. Son W M Aug 1863 36 S TN TN TN Dentist; BRACKEN Henry Servant B M Sept 1863 36 S TN TN TN. (Next door is Mary's daughter, Jeanie EVE and family)
1517 9 10 EVE Paul F. Head W M July 1857 42 M 12 TN GA SC Surgeon; -- Jeanie B. Wife W F Aug 1860 39 M 12 2 2 TN TN TN; -- Mary B. Dau W F Mar 1889 11 S TN TN TN; -- Paul F. Jr. Son W M June 1892 7 S TN TN TN; COLEMAN Susan Servant B F May 1855 454 S TN TN TN.
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HAMMOND and Mary --?--




Husband HAMMOND

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1880 1451
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1837



Wife Mary --?-- 1451

         Born: Abt 1817 - Ohio 1451
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Virginia HAMMOND 1452

         Born: 15 January 1857 - West Virginia 1452
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 May 1927 - Ritchie County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Mt. Carmel Cemetery
       Spouse: John Lucas CASSADY 267
         Marr: Abt 1875



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PHELPS and Mary --?--




Husband PHELPS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 1453

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 26 June 1816 - Richland County, South Carolina 1453
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Lucretia PHELPS

         Born: Cir 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joel THREEWITS
         Marr: Abt 1792



General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

Mary PHELPS, maiden name not found, wrote her LW&T on 19 February 1816; it was proven on 26 June 1816 in Richland County, South Carolina. She names her sister Rebecca BELL and part the family of her daughter, Lucretia, who married Joel THREEWITS.
Abstract: Will Book G, "Page 2. Mary PHELPS. Will, February 19, 1816-June 26, 1816. Wit.: Thos. EDMUNDS, John MONTGOMERY. Ex.: Joel THREEWITS, James HOPKINS. Legacies to Joel THREEWITS (had daughter, Jemima Williamson THREEWITS); to Lucy Vaughn LOVEMAN (had son Joel Threewits LOVEMAN); to Kesia Ann Ross THREEWITS; to Epps Davis THREEWITS; to Rebecca BELL (sister); to Lucretia THREEWITS (daughter)." (NOTE: Information in parentheses IS part of the text. RLD)
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David MULDOON and Mary --?--




Husband David MULDOON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 13 June 1801 - York District, South Carolina
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1785



Wife Mary --?-- 1454

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN


Children
1 F Mary Ann MULDOON

         Born: Abt 1785 - Pennsylvania
   Christened: 
         Died: 1819 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, South Carolina
       Spouse: David DANIEL 1455
         Marr: Abt 1796


2 M Elias MULDOON 1454

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Elinor MULDOON 1454

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Sarah MULDOON 1454

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Rebecca MULDOON 1454

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Lucinda MULDOON 1454

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - David MULDOON

David MULDOON, called "Brother," was an attorney and farmer in York County, South Carolina. His "beloved wife Mary" and a step-daughter Elizabeth are mentioned in his Will. His daughter, Mary, married David DANIEL, Esq. (1769-1832) of Chester County, South Carolina. Curiously, Mary was not named in the Will and her husband David did not receive a bequeath; however, David DANIEL was named as executor of the Will.

York County, South Carolina Will Book A-1 1800-1813: "Pages 43-45 South Carolina, York District. June the 13th 1801. David DANIEL produced the Will of David MULDOON decd, whereupon James CATHEY made oath to prove the Will.
Will of David MULDOON of the State of South Carolina and York District, farmer, being very sick and weak in body... to Mary my beloved wife the one third of my real and personal estate as the law directs; to my wife's daughter Elizabeth $5; my daughter Elinor, my son Elias, Sarah, Rebecca and Lucinda, my daughters, be coequal of the remaining part of my estate; John DOWNING Senior and David DANIEL, my sole executors.. Dated 5 June1801. David MULDOON (LS), Wit: Mary NEELY (X), James CATHEY (l). June 13th 1801. Qualified David DANIEL executor."
(SC Archives - Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0029 Frame: 00311 item: 00 Date: 1801 C. Description: MULDOON, David of York District, Will Typescript (Estate Packet: Case 59, File 2694) (2 Frames))
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UNKNOWN and Mary --?--




Husband UNKNOWN

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary --?-- 1454

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: David MULDOON - Bef 1785


Children
1 F Elizabeth --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Daniel DANIELL and Mary --?--




Husband Daniel DANIELL 1456

         Born: May 1860 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1887



Wife Mary --?-- 1456

         Born: July 1861 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Bessie DANIELL 1456

         Born: February 1888 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Charlie DANIELL 1456

         Born: November 1892 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Lena DANIELL 1456

         Born: February 1894 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Willie DANIELL 1456

         Born: August 1898 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Daniel DANIELL

Who is this? He has not been identified as a member of the family.
1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Militia District No. 761 Texas, 1June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 204 Page: 44: 158 159 DANIELL, Daniel Head W M May 1860 40 M 13 GA; " Mary Wife W F July 1861 M 13 4 4 GA; " Bessie Dau W F Feby 1888 12 S GA; " Charlie Son W M Nov 1892 9 S GA; " Lena Dau W F Feby 1894 6 S GA; " Willie Son W M Aug1898 1 S GA.
This is an overwritten name indexed as DANIELL, probably so. Lena, Charlie, and Willie are names associated with the descendants of John Thomas DANIEL/LL
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SUMMERS and Mary --?--




Husband SUMMERS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1860
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1837



Wife Mary --?-- 1457

         Born: Abt 1803 - South Carolina 1457
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Dr. Jacob Washington SUMMERS 1457,1458

         Born: Abt 1837 - South Carolina 1459
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jemima E. WEST 1458
         Marr: Bef 1861
       Spouse: Mary A. --?-- 1459
         Marr: After July 1863



General Notes: Husband - SUMMERS

In the 1860 census of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, Mary SUMMERS is head of household with two sons, 22, and 17. Her husband presumed to have died.


General Notes: Wife - Mary --?--

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg District, Branchville, P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 350: 708 708 Mary SUMMERS 56 F Farmer 3300 6000 SC; Jacob W. " 22 M Physician 660 3000 SC; Abraham S. " 17 M SC.
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William KOCH and Mary --?--




Husband William KOCH 1460

         Born: Abt 1840 - Hanover, Germany
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1874



Wife Mary --?-- 1460

         Born: Abt 1845 - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Dora KOCH 1460

         Born: Abt 1873 - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Mary Hermine KOCH 1460,1461

         Born: 1876 - Maryland 1461
   Christened: 
         Died: 1931
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Georg Albrecht BUCHHEISTER 1461
         Marr: 16 March 1898 - Baltimore County, Maryland



General Notes: Husband - William KOCH

Of Baltimore, Maryland.

1880 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, 18th Wd, 9-Pct, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 504 Page: 650 (Family History Library Film 1254504 NA Film Number T9-0504 Page Number 650D): William KOCH Self M Male W 39 HANOVER Toys Notions HANOVER HANOVER; Mary KOCH Wife M Female W 35 MD Keeping House HANOVER HANOVER; Dora KOCH Dau S Female W 6 MD HANOVER MD; Mary KOCH Dau S Female W 4 MD HANOVER MD; Sophie LANGERVISH Other S Female W 24 HANOVER Cook HANOVER HANOVER; Mary HOFFMARK Other S Female W 18 GERMANY Nurse PRUSSIA BREMAN.
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STRATTON and Mary A. --?--




Husband STRATTON 164

         Born: Cir 1860
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1920 164
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1899



Wife Mary A. --?-- 164

         Born: 1864 - Kentucky 164
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Joda STRATTON 164

         Born: 1899 - Kentucky 164
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James GUNNELL
         Marr: Bef 1924



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COBB and Mary A. --?--




Husband COBB

         Born: Cir 1810 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1880 1462
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1838



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1462

         Born: Abt 1810 - South Carolina 1462
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Oliver L. COBB 1462

         Born: Abt 1838 - Georgia 1462
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sophie A. --?-- 1462
         Marr: Abt 1869



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Francis J. WINKLER and Mary A. --?--




Husband Francis J. WINKLER 1463

         Born: January 1836 - South Carolina 1463
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1920 1464
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1858



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1463

         Born: July 1836 - South Carolina 1463
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1919
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Katie M. WINKLER 702

         Born: September 1872 - South Carolina 1463
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. Charles Aiken RUSH 702,1463,1465
         Marr: 18 August 1887



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William Mc. W. YOUNG and Mary A. --?--




Husband William Mc. W. YOUNG 1466,1467

         Born: February 1842 - Georgia 1466
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1900 1466
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1467

         Born: November 1852 - Georgia 1466
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1930 1468
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Eldna YOUNG 1469,1470

          AKA: Elena
         Born: 25 February 1872 - Georgia 1469
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 February 1958
       Buried:  - Reynolds Chapel Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: David Lewis BUTTS 177,211
         Marr: Abt 1893 1469



General Notes: Husband - William Mc. W. YOUNG

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, McIntosh County, Darien; Series: M593 Roll: 164 Page: 213: 60 57 YOUNG Wm M. 28 M W Wheelwright 425 100 GA; -- Mary A. 18 F W Keeping house GA; -- Ada Victoria 16 F W At home GA. [Note: Ada's age is a "Hmmmmm." Months? RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, McIntosh County, Darien; Series: T9 Roll: 156 Page: 481: 120 134 YOUNG Wm Mc W M 38 M Watch maker GA GA GA; -- Mary A. W F 28 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA; -- Adda V. W F 11 Dau S At school GA GA GA; -- Eldna W F 7 Dau GA GA GA; -- Arthur W M 4 Son GA GA GA; -- Benjamin W M 2 Son S GA GA GA; ANDERSON ___ B F 13 Servant S Servant GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, McIntosh County, 271 Militia District; Series: T623 Roll: 210 Page: 19: 74 74 YOUNG William M. W. Head W M Feb 1842 M 34 GA GA GA Jeweler; -- Mary A. Wife W F Nov 1852 47 M 37 7 5 GA GA GA; -- Arthur W. Son W M Sept 1876 23 S GA GA GA Bookkeeper; -- Benjamin C. Son W M Dec 1878 21 S GA GA GA Clerk Ice factory;-- William M. W. Jr. Son W M April 1883 17 S GA GA GA Salesman Grocery.
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Weston Z. RUDDOCK and Mary A. --?--




Husband Weston Z. RUDDOCK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Henry RUDDOCK (1903-1982)
       Mother: Janie WESTON (Abt 1904-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary A. --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children

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Orrin C. MAIN and Mary A. --?--




Husband Orrin C. MAIN 1471

         Born: 1866 - Iowa 1472
   Christened: 
         Died: 1950 - Florida 1472
       Buried:  - Garden of Memories Cemetery, Hillsborough County, Florida 1472
     Marriage: Abt 1905



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1471

         Born: 1 July 1889 - Rhode Island 43
   Christened: 
         Died: February 1984 - Hillsborough County, Florida 43
       Buried:  - Garden of Memories Cemetery, Hillsborough County, Florida 1473


Children
1 F Dorris Eva MAIN 1474

         Born: 4 February 1906 - Connecticut 1475
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 October 1983 - Highlands County, Florida 1475
       Buried:  - Jackson Heights Cemetery, Hillsborough County, Florida 1475
       Spouse: Clyde BAKER 1476
         Marr: 7 July 1922 - Hillsborough County, Florida



General Notes: Husband - Orrin C. MAIN

1910 U.S. Census, Connecticut, New London, North Stonington; Series: T624 Roll: 142 Page: 86:
165 187 MAIN Orrin C. Head M W 43 M1 4 IA CT CT Farmer General;
-- Ursula M. Mother F W 75 Wd - 8 7 CT CT CT;
PARK Lucy J. Sister F W 52 Wd - 2 2 WI CT CT;
MAIN Mary A. Wife F W 20 M1 4 2 2 RI MA CT;
-- Dorris Dau F W 4 S CT IA RI;
-- Byron C. Son M W 2 S CT IA RI.

Find A Grave Memorial# 57628201 created by Foxhunt on Aug 24, 2010
ORRIN C. MAIN
Birth: 1866
Death: 1950
Note: DS w/ Mary A. Main
Burial: Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.


General Notes: Wife - Mary A. --?--

Find A Grave Memorial# 57628199 created by Foxhunt on Aug 24, 2010:
MARY A. MAIN
Birth: 1889
Death: 1984
Note: DS w/ Orrin C. Main
Burial: Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.

"MAIN, MARY 01 Jul 1889 Feb 1984 94 33610 (Tampa, Hillsborough, FL) (none specified) Florida 263-26-3302" [SSDI]
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William H. DANIEL and Mary A. --?--




Husband William H. DANIEL 1477

         Born: Abt 1844 - Washington, District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: July 1869 1477



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1477

         Born: Abt 1850 - Washington, District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - William H. DANIEL

1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Falls Church Twp, 20 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1645 Page: 283: 9 9 DANIEL Wm H 26 M W Grocer __ 1400 D. C.; -- Mary A 20 F W Keeping house 1400 __ D. C.

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Daniel William THOMAS and Mary A. --?--




Husband Daniel William THOMAS 507,1478

         Born: 21 February 1820 - Lewis County, Kentucky 1479
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: George THOMAS (1771-1832) 507
       Mother: Lavinia SCHULL (1778-1877) 507


     Marriage: Bef 1849



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1478

         Born: Abt 1819 - Kentucky 1478
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William M. THOMAS 1478

         Born: Abt 1849 - Lewis County, Kentucky 1478
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Daniel William THOMAS

Daniel William THOMAS' birth date is taken from the Thomas Family Bible transcription as published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper: "Daniel Wm. Thomas February (no date)."

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 1-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 206: 37 37 Daniel W. THOMAS, 30, wife Mary A., 31, Wm M., 1.

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Dr. Jacob Washington SUMMERS and Mary A. --?--




Husband Dr. Jacob Washington SUMMERS 1457,1458

         Born: Abt 1837 - South Carolina 1459
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: SUMMERS (      -Bef 1860)
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Abt 1803-      ) 1457


     Marriage: After July 1863

 Other Spouse: Jemima E. WEST 1458 - Bef 1861



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1459

         Born: Abt 1844 - South Carolina 1459
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M George C. SUMMERS 1459

         Born: Abt 1864 - South Carolina 1459
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Mary R. SUMMERS 1459

         Born: Abt 1867 - South Carolina 1459
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Samuel J. SUMMERS 1480

         Born: Abt 1868 - South Carolina 1480
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Carrie M. SUMMERS 1480

         Born: December 1869 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 1481
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Dr. Jacob Washington SUMMERS

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Lyons Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1506 Page: 242: 23 23 SUMMERS J. W. Dr. 32 M W Farmer 3000 1090 SC; -- M. A. 26 F W Keeping house SC; -- A. W. 8 M W At home SC; -- M. R. 3 F W at home SC; -- S. J. 2 M W At home SC; -- C. 1/12 F W At home SC May; -- Eliza 5/12 F W At home SC Dec. (Whose child is this, age 5 months?)

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Lyons; Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 191: 42 42 SUMMERS J. W. 42 M Farmer SC SC SC; " Mary A. W F 35 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; " Abram W. W M 18 Son S At school SC SC SC; " Geo. C. W M 16 Son S At school SC SC SC; " Mary R. F W 12 Dau S At school SC SC SC; (Next page, 192) SUMMERS Samuel J. W M 11 Son - At school SC SC SC; " Carrie E. W F 10 Dau - At school SC SC SC; GATES Dazie R. W F 1 niece - SC SC SC.
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George TRUITT and Mary A. --?--




Husband George TRUITT 1482

         Born: Abt 1807 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1835



Wife Mary A. --?-- 1482

         Born: Abt 1834 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Matilda TRUITT 1483,1484

         Born: 3 June 1835 - Quincy, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 March 1873 - Greenup County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George Thomas HALBERT 1483
         Marr: 12 November 1857 - Lewis County, Kentucky


2 M Jabez TRUITT 1484

         Born: Abt 1836 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Millie A. TRUITT 1484

         Born: Abt 1840 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Albert G. TRUITT 1484

         Born: Abt 1844 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Simon TRUITT 1484

         Born: Abt 1845 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Sina TRUITT 1484

         Born: Abt 1846 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Mary TRUITT 1484

         Born: Abt 1848 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George TRUITT

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 1-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 210: 105 105 George TRUITT, 42 M Farmer 5000 KY; Mary A " 35 F OH; (next page, 211)
Matilda TRUITT 14 F Ky; Jabez " 13 M KY; Millie A. " 9 KY; Albert G. 5 M KY; Simon " 4 M KY; Sina " 3 KY; Mary " 1 F KY; Samuel G. WORLEY 20 M Laborer OH; Richard M. " 13 M OH; Thomas SHEHAN 30 M Laborer Ireland; Nancy ROBERTS 65 F PA.
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James L. GALIMORE and Mary Ann --?--




Husband James L. GALIMORE 1485,1486

         Born: 1 April 1852 - Alabama 1485
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 November 1924 - Coffee County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Pine Level Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama
     Marriage: 1881



Wife Mary Ann --?-- 1486

         Born: 12 January 1849 - Alabama 1485
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 March 1925 - Coffee County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Pine Level Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama


Children
1 M Noah Lee GALIMORE 323,1485

         Born: 20 December 1889 - Alabama 1485
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 April 1977 - Covington County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Pine Level Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama
       Spouse: Lula Adella EILAND 323,324,1487
         Marr: 1911 323



General Notes: Husband - James L. GALIMORE

James L. GALIMORE and his wife, Mary Ann, are buried together in Pine Level Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama. Their graves indexed as: "James L. Galimore, April 1, 1852-Nov. 13, 1924, Mary Ann Galimore, wife of J. L. Galimore, Jan. 12, 1849-Mar. 8, 1925." (http://www.trackingyourroots.com/data/coffeecem1.htm)

The 1900 census gives an alternate birth date of Jan 1852 for James.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann --?--

Mary Ann, maiden name not found, and her husband, James L. GALIMORE, are buried together in Pine Level Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama. Their graves indexed as: "James L. Galimore, April 1, 1852-Nov. 13, 1924, Mary Ann Galimore, wife of JL Galimore, Jan. 12, 1849-Mar. 8, 1925." (http://www.trackingyourroots.com/data/coffeecem1.htm)

The 1900 census gives an alternate birth date of May 1849 for Mary Ann.
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Charles BRADBERRY and Mary Ann --?--




Husband Charles BRADBERRY 623

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1771



Wife Mary Ann --?-- 623

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Joseph Crency BRADBERRY 1488

         Born: 5 January 1771 623
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah BLOUNT 623
         Marr: 22 March 1792 - Chowan County, North Carolina 1488



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David DANIEL and Mary Ann --?--




Husband David DANIEL 1455

          AKA: David O'DANIEL
         Born: 1769 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 June 1832 - Chester County, South Carolina 1489
       Buried:  - Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, South Carolina


       Father: William O'DANIEL II (Abt 1720-Bef 1796)
       Mother: UNKNOWN (      -      )


     Marriage: After 1819

 Other Spouse: Mary Ann MULDOON - Abt 1796



Wife Mary Ann --?-- 6

         Born: Abt 1757
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 January 1834 - York District, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, South Carolina


Children

General Notes: Husband - David DANIEL

David DANIEL, born 1769, son of William O'DANIEL, mother not known, is named as David O'Daniel named in his father's Will. He was bequeathed 1 shilling.

According to the Joseph Hart Family Papers, David DANIEL married Mary MULDOON who died before 1819. David and Mary had only daughters: Dorcus Rebecca DANIEL (died after 1821), Sarah Jane, Harriet Eleanor, Cynthia, Mary, and Artemisia.

In 1788 David witnessed a deed of a John O'DANIEL to William O'DANIEL in Lancaster County, later Kershaw County, South Carolina. John is believed to be William's youngest brother.

Records from Kershaw County, South Carolina Minutes of the County Court 1791-1799 by Brent Howard Holcomb show on p. 20 - 1792 July 31; David DANIEL vs John TRANTHAM & Rachel TRANTHAM, Judgement by default with costs.
In a letter from David to his brother, Josiah, in 1809, David said his wife (Mary MULDOON) was a sister of John MULDOON, apparently they had been married since 1802. David requested an answer to his letter be addressed to the Chester County Court House.
SCMAR, Vol. II, Fall 1974, No. 4, p.217.

1810 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, No Twp; page 266A
David DANIEL . . . 1 . || 4 2 . 1 . . . 1
Reads: 1 male 26-45 [born between 1765-1784]; 4 females under 10 [born 1800-1810], 2 females 10-16 [born 1794-1800], 1 female 26-45 [born between 1765-1784], 1 slave.
Four names below David is:
Sarah DANIEL . . 2 . . || 1 . . 1 1 . 5
The relationship, if any, between this Sarah and the the family of David Daniel has not been discovered. An identical entry for a Sarah DANIEL in neighboring Chester County was lined out. Perhaps she resided on the boundary line between the counties. A Jesse[?] EDWARDS entry next to Sarah was also lined out.

David DANIEL was sued in 1816 in the York District Court of Common Pleas by Philip RAIFORD and Jesse DANIEL, executors of the Last Will and Testament of Josiah L. DANIEL. On Feb. 13, 1810, David DANIEL had borrowed $80.00 from Josiah L. DANIEL which he had neglected to repay. The suit is recorded in the York County, S. C., Court of Common Pleas Judgment Rolls, 1800-1839, No. 697. A letter was presented as evidence by the plaintiffs. The letter mentioned, above, starts off "Brother Josiah." Granted, this salutation could mean a lot of things but if you read his letter to Josiah then you come away with the general assessment they are brothers, as well as the fact that David does not give express concern for Lucretia's kids. There is no evidence to the contrary. (SCMAR, Vol. II, Fall 1974, No. 4, p.217, David Daniel and His Family Troubles)

1820 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Chester County: Series: M33 Roll: 120 Page: 88: David Daniel - one male over 45, 2 females 10-16, 2 females 16-26, one female over 45; seven slaves, 3 males, 4 females.

David's daughter, Sarah Jane DANIEL, married James McCREIGHT. David witnessed the Will of her father-in-law, Robert McCREIGHT, on 5 August 1828.

1830 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Chester County; Series: M019 Roll: 169 Page: 334:
D. DANIEL one male under 5, one male 50-60, one female under 5, two females 20-30, one female 60-70.

SC Archives: Series Number: S165005 Year: 1831 Item: 00192 Page: 01 Date: 1831/12/14 Description: List of Appointees to Vacant Offices in Abbeville, Barnwell, Chester, Chesterfield, and Sumter Districts and Salem and Claremont Counties as Justices of the Peace and Quorum. (3 Pages) Names Indexed: ...ALLEN, John M....DANIEL, David...COLLIER, Edward...HILL, Hamilton...DANIEL, Sim. Locations: Abbeville District, Barnwell District, Chester District, Chesterfield District, Claremont county, Salem County, Sumter District.

SC Archives - Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0006 Frame: 00761 item: 00 Date: 1832/05
Description: DANIEL, David of Chester District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Estate Record Book L, Page 33; Estate Packet: Apt 15, Pkg 260) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: DANIEL, David//DANIEL, Mary Ann/Jack (Slave)/Sharlott (Slave)/Minty (Slave)/Chaney (Slave)/DANIEL, Cynthia/DANIEL, James//Ephriam (Slave)/DENNIS, Harriet/CLINE, Cynthia/DOLK [sic, POLK], Mary/DANIEL, Artemesea/LEE, James/MONTFOMERY, John/ALLEN, Samuel/LEE, Henry. David's will is in Chester County, South Carolina Will Book 2, page 5.

The following was contributed by Jerri Hall:
"In the name of God Amen. I David DANIEL of Chester District & State of South Carolina being of Sound and disposing Mind and Memory but Weak in Body and Calling to mind the uncertainty of life and being desirous to dispose of such worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with do make and ordain this my last will in Manner following that is to Say, I give to my wife Mary Ann DANIEL during the time of her natural life, Four negroes that is a negro Man named Jack a negro woman named Sharlott a negro girl named Minty and another small negro Girl named Chancy, Two beds & furniture One large Chest Two Cows and Calves. One bay mare and Riding gig and Harness one Iron pot & Hooks One dutch oven __ & Hooks. I also give and Bequeath to my Grand Son that is my daughter Cynthia's son James DANIEL a negro boy named Ephraim to him and his heirs forever, which negro boy I will and desire that he be hired out annually till my said Grandson James arrives to the age of Twenty one years, and that the proceeds of his hire be applied to the Schooling & Clothing of my Said Grandson James and i desire that my Said Grandson James may be taught to read well and write a good hand, that that he may be Instructed in the Rules of arithmetick as far as Trigometry, and appoint my Executor hereinafter named to be his Guardian and at the proper age to bind him an apprentice to the trade either of a watch maker of a Cabinet maker and see that he is properly Instructed in the art and mystery of the trade all the rest of my Estate Both real & personal of what nature or quality Soever it may be not herein before particularly Disposed of I will and desire that it may be Immediately after My Discease Sold off after the Crop is made and gathered and out of the moneys arising therefrom that all My Just debts & funeral Expences be paid, and that the remainder after paying My Daughter Harrit DENNIS fifty Dollars Extraord___ be Equally Divided between four of My Daughters that is My Said Daughter Harrit DENNIS My Daughter Cynthia CLINE My Daughter Mary POLK & My Daughter Artemesia DANIEL To them and their heirs forever and all My property which is willed to My wife Mary Ann during her natural life, I will and desire that Immediately after her Discease that the Same be Sold and of the money arising from the Sale thereof to be Equally Divided amongst my four Daughters = herein before named and I the Same to them & their heirs forever. and lastly I do Constitute and appoint James Lee My Said Executor of this my last will and Testament by me heretofore made in testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Seal this 12th day of May 1832
Signed Seald published & declared last will and Testament of the above named . David DANIEL L. S.

David DANIEL in the presence of us - John MONTGOMERY Salley ALLEN Henry LEE"
His will was sworn in the Court of Ordinary for Chester District by the subscribing witnesses on 28 May 1832. Appraisers were Henry FERGUSON, Joseph FERGUSON, John RIVES & John PITTMAN, and the appraisement of his personal property, including five slaves, amounting to about $1800.00, was filed 5 June 1832.

David DANIEL died 1 June 1832 in Chester County, South Carolina. The Charleston Observer printed his death notice on 9 June 1832: "Died in Chester, S. C., on the 1st inst., David Daniel, Esq. aged 63."

David and Mary Ann Daniel were buried at Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Edgemoor, Chester County SC [NE part of the county]
David Daniel Esq. d. May 21 1832 [aged 63]
Mary Ann Daniel d. January 11 1834 [ aged 77 /stone near large tree stump/]
[From Virginia W Turner, email 6.17.2013]
[Note: David died 1 June 1832 per his published obituary. RLD]
David - Find A Grave Memorial# 157311872
Mary Ann - Find A Grave Memorial# 157311951

At the Estate sale on 18 December 1832, items were purchased by the widow, William HAYS, Joshua SWEAT, William WYLIE, Senr., Jesse ASHCRAFT, John L. DAVIS?, W. T. INGRAM, James WATSON, Jonathan DAVIS, Wm. WYLIE, James LEE, Hugh MONTGOMERY, Hugh DRENNEN, Esq., Joel ASHCRAFT, Thomas WYLIE, John CULP, Dr. Charles BOYD, C. S. CLINE, John POLK, Mrs. Harriet DENNIS, Nathaniel McCAMON, John MONTGOMERY, Jr., Joseph McELWAIN[?], Lewis CHAMBERS, Patrick FITZ JEROL, Lewis HARDIN, Wylie PITTMAN, James KENMORE, John M? HAMILTON, Henry FERGUSON, Wm M HAYS, James SMITH, Alexander HUSTON, William TODD, Miss Artamesia DANIEL, James LEE. Seven slaves were sold: Negro girl Tena to John CULP, boy Sandy to Dr. Charles BOYD, boy Will and girl Mariah to C. S. CLINE, girl Mary to John POLK, girl Betsy to Mrs. Harriet DENNIS and girl Caroline to the widow.

On 2 June 1834, James LEE made a return on the Estate from June 1833 to June 1834. The following paid receipts to the Estate: Peter WYLIE, Nancy McCRIGHT, Thomas W. FARIS, Sarah JONSON, Margrate KEFLEY?, Wm. BRANON, C CLINE, Elisha DUNLAP by C. CLINE, John MONTGOMERY, James MCRIGHT, Artimesiah DANIEL, Mathew McCANCE, Maryann DANIEL, Samuel KELSEY, Isac McFADDEN, Thomas McCULAR, Wm WYLIE, Wm T INGRAM, Sarah ROWEL, George BROWN, James WHITE, Wm MAFFET, R. G. MILS, Hyder A DOVE?, Adam WILIE, Joseph CROOK, John CANMORE, John G CARTER, James MCRIGHT Exor. of Robert MCRIGHT.
Another appraisal of the Estate was authorized to Joseph FERGUSON, Dura H. PITTMAN, Henry LEE & Jesse ASHCRAFT on 1 February 1839. Probably this reappraisal was necessitated by the death of his widow. (See deeds listed for Artemisia DANIEL). On 21 November 1840 bond of $2,585.00 was given by C S CLINE, Artemisia DANIEL and William WYLIE for James LEE, Executor of the Estate of David DANIEL. Wit: Susanna LEE, Nancy INGRIMA (sic). Subsequent bond was given by Reuben & Harriett DENNIS and by Cha S CLINE as Admr. of Estate of Mary POLK. The final payment to all heirs was made on 19th January 1842. The amount of $4,999.40 was divided four ways, with some adjustments for debts due the Estate, and paid to Arter Mesiah [sic, Artemesia] DANIEL ($1275.36), C. S. CLINE, R. DENIS and C. S. CLINE as Admr. of Mary POLK.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann --?--

Mary Ann _____ was the second wife of David Daniel, married before 1820. Mary Ann, born about 1757, as indicated by the Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery record below, was about 12 years older than David. In the 1830 census, David has a male under 5 in his household. Mary Ann was about 68 in 1825 and would not be the boy's mother. The boy is most likely James Daniel, daughter of David's daughter,Artemesia. David names the grandson in his will in 1832.

David died in 1832. In October 1832, Mary Ann Daniel is listed as granting a deed to Artemesea Daniel, et al., no description of property. Deed Book Z, page 60. Same page next line, Reuben Dennis is the granter of 112 acres to Mary Ann Daniel in Nov 1832. Deed Book Z, page 77.
[Cross Index to Deeds, Etc. - Chester County, S. C., page 2.]

David and Mary Ann Daniel were buried at Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Edgemoor, Chester County SC [NE part of the county]
David Daniel Esq. d. May 21 1832 [aged 63]
Mary Ann Daniel d. January 11 1834 [ aged 77 /stone near large tree stump/]
[From Virginia W Turner, email 6.17.2013]
[Note: David died 1 June 1832 per his published obituary. RLD]
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William McCREIGHT and Mary Ann --?--




Husband William McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1822 - South Carolina 1490
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       Father: James McCREIGHT (1792-1837) 1491
       Mother: Sarah Jane DANIEL (Cir 1803-      )


     Marriage: Cir 1842



Wife Mary Ann --?-- 1490

         Born: Abt 1822 - South Carolina 1490
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Children
1 M James J. W. McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1849 - South Carolina 1490
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2 M Robert McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1850 - South Carolina 1490
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3 F Nancy Ann McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1854 - South Carolina 1490
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4 M Thomas H. McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1855 - South Carolina 1490
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5 M David A. McCREIGHT 1490,1492

         Born: Abt 1856 - South Carolina 1493
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6 F Mary E. McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1860 - South Carolina 1490
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7 F Cornelia J. McCREIGHT 1490

         Born: Abt 1862 - South Carolina 1490
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General Notes: Husband - William McCREIGHT

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Sub-Division 2, Yorkville PO; Series: M593 Roll: 1512 Page: 235:
448 448 McCREIGHT, William 48 (b. 1828?) M W Farmer 271 SC; -- Mary Ann 48 F W Keeping House SC; -- James J. W. 21 M W Farm Laborer SC; -- Robert 20 M W Farm Laborer SC; -- Nancy Ann 16 F W House keeper SC; -- Thomas H. 15 M W Farm laborer SC; -- Davis [David] A. 14 M W SC; -- Mary E. 10 F W SC; -- Cornelia J. 8 F W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Union County, Union Twp; Series: T9 Roll: 1242 Page: 418: 524 534 McCREIGHT William W M 58 Husband M Farming NC NC NC; -- Mary A. W F 58 Wife M Keeping house NC NC NC; -- David W M 24 Son S Mail rider NC NC NC; -- Mary 20 Dau S At home NC NC NC; -- Cornelia W F 18 Dau S At home NC NC NC; -- Ether [sic] L. W F 2 GrDau S NC NC NC.
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William Hardy DANNELLY, Jr. and Mary Ann E. --?--




Husband William Hardy DANNELLY, Jr. 1327

         Born: 5 May 1827 - Covington County, Alabama 1327
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         Died: 16 March 1898 - Coffee County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Danley's Crossroads, Coffee County, Alabama


       Father: William Hardy DANNELLY (1806-1874)
       Mother: Celia Julie BRYAN (1806-1889)


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary Ann E. --?-- 1327

         Born: 1839 - South Carolina 1327
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         Died: 15 May 1891 - Coffee County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Danley's Crossroads, Coffee County, Alabama


Children
1 M John B. DANNELLY 1327

         Born: Abt 1857 - Alabama 1327
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2 F Nancy C. DANNELLY 1327

         Born: Abt 1858 - Alabama 1327
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General Notes: Husband - William Hardy DANNELLY, Jr.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Covington County, Rose Hill P O; Series: M653 Roll: 7 Page: 464: 827 827 William H. DANNELLY 33 M Farmer 800 387 Al; Mary Ann E. " 22 F Domestic SC; John B. " 3 M AL; Nancy C. " 2 F AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Coffee County, Elba; Series: T9 Roll: 8 Page: 280: 309 322 DANNELLY W. H. W M 4_ M Farmer AL SC SC; -- Mary W F 40 Wife M Keeping house AL AL AL; -- L____ W F 16 Dau S Works on farm AL AL AL; -- G____ W F 1_ S Works on farm AL AL AL; -- _____ W M 12 Son S Laborer AL AL AL; -- D____ W M 10 Son S Laborer AL AL AL; -- Clanton W M 8 Son S AL AL AL; -- Celia W F 6 Dau S AL AL AL; -- B____ W F 4 Dau S AL AL AL; -- E ____ W F 2/12 May Dau S AL AL AL.
1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Coffee County, Elba; Series: T9 Roll: 8 Page: 275:
233 236 DANNELLY John W. W M 23 M Farmer AL AL AL;
-- Savannah W F 21 Wife M Keeping house AL AL AL;
-- Callie W F 1 Dau S AL AL AL;
-- L___ A. W M 3/12 March Son S AL AL AL
234 237 DANNELLY Celia W F 72 Mother Wd Keeps house SC SC SC;
-- W. H. W M 53 M Farmer AL AL AL. [Where is Mary Ann?]

William Hardy DANNELLY, Jr. is buried in Danley's Crossroad Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama. His grave is indexed as: "Dannelley, W. H. 05/05/1827 03/16/1898 Husband of Mary A. Dannelley ". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcoffee/cemetery.html)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann E. --?--

Mary A. DANNELLY is buried in Danley's Crossroad Cemetery, Coffee County, Alabama. Her grave is indexed as: "Dannelley, Mary A. 1839 05/15/1891 Wife of W. H. Dannelley". (http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcoffee/cemetery.html)
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Altherus Roy CALLAWAY and Mary B. --?--




Husband Altherus Roy CALLAWAY 1143

         Born: 9 March 1905 - Hancock County, Georgia 1143
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         Died: 12 October 1985 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Baldwin Memorial Gardens, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: William Alonza CALLAWAY (1871-1951) 1145
       Mother: Nancy Sallie. M. LINGOULD (1887-1963) 565,1143


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary B. --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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

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General Notes: Husband - Altherus Roy CALLAWAY

"Uncle Alf is all I ever knew him as. He owned a store for years in Blacksprings, a real small guy." [Tony Newsome, 8/24/2010]

"A CALLAWAY 09 Mar 1905 Oct 1985 31087 (Sparta, Hancock, GA ) (none specified) 258-14-8089 Georgia" (SSDI)

Altheus R. CALLAWAY of Hancock County born about 1905, died 12 October 1985 in Baldwin County, Georgia at age 80. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V49P-RHT : accessed 16 Jan 2013), Altheus R Callaway, 1985.]

Altheus is buried in Baldwin Memorial Gardens, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife Mary B., is on Find A Grave Memorial# 14052756:

ALTHEUS R. MARY B.
1905 1985 1908 (BLANK)

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David Richardson STROTHER, Sr. and Mary C. --?--




Husband David Richardson STROTHER, Sr.

         Born: 14 February 1814 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 20 February 1870 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Strother Family Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina


       Father: George James STROTHER (1791-1817)
       Mother: Charlotte RICHARDSON (1792-1862)


     Marriage: After 1850

 Other Spouse: Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON - 28 January 1836 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Mary C. --?-- 275

         Born: Abt 1830 - South Carolina
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Children
1 F Charlotte STROTHER 1494,1495

         Born: Abt 1851 - South Carolina 1495
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       Spouse: Capt. Edgar Lennox GUERARD 1495
         Marr: 24 January 1867


2 F Nancy STROTHER 275,1494

         Born: Abt 1853 - South Carolina 1494
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       Spouse: John M. FURMAN 275


3 M Julian STROTHER 1494

         Born: Abt 1858 - South Carolina 1494
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4 M David STROTHER 275

         Born: Abt 1863 - South Carolina 1495
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General Notes: Husband - David Richardson STROTHER, Sr.

David Richardson STROTHER, born 14 February 1814, was a son of George James STROTHER and Charlotte RICHARDSON. Joicy CULPEPPER named him as one of her three grandsons in her LW&T, 16 August 1837, filed in Edgefield District, South Carolina. George James, 1791-1817, was the only child of William A. STROTHER and Joyce "Joicy" Powell SHEPPARD to survive childhood. Joicy, widowed, had remarried to Benjamin CULPEPPER III.

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 101:
David R. STROTHER Males: 1 . . . 1[20-30] Females: . . . . 1[20-30]

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 10: 146 146 D. R. STROTHER 36 M Planter 20,000 SC; William STROTHER 10 M SC; Benja. STROTHER 5 M SC.
David R. STROTHER is the widower of Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON who died in 1845. Eight pages away, in household 280 is George James STROTHER, 33, (wife, Eloise E. BATES) who appears to be David's brother. William A. STROTHER, 38, (wife, Nancy COLEMAN) household 977, is also in Edgefield. These three appear to be the sons of George James STROTHER and Charlotte RICHARDSON.

David remarried to Mary C. about 1851.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Edgefield C H P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 54: 808 796 D. R. STROTHER 46 M Farmer 30,000 117,500 SC; Mary C. 30 F SC; William A. 21 M Medical student SC; Benjamin 16 M SC; Charlotte 8 F SC; Nancy 7 F SC; Julian 2 M SC.

David died on 20 February 1870.


General Notes: Wife - Mary C. --?--

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Springfield Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1495 Page: 450: 65 68 STROTHER Benjamin 25 M W Farmer 2000 500 SC; -- Bessie 16 F W Keeping house SC; STROTHER Mary C. 39 F W Without Occ. 5400 1000 SC; -- Julian 11 M W At home SC; -- David 6 M W At home SC; FURMAN John M. 23 M W Farm laborer SC; -- Nannie 17 F W Without Occ. SC; ...

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Beverly AMOS and Mary D. --?--




Husband Beverly AMOS 177

          AKA: Beverly AMOSS
         Born: Abt 1815 - Georgia
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         Died: Bef 21 January 1896
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     Marriage: 16 November 1875 - Hancock County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Mary Edwards BUTTS 729 - 27 December 1837 - Hancock County, Georgia



Wife Mary D. --?--

         Born: 9 November 1835
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         Died: 13 February 1913
       Buried:  - Zebulon Methodist Church Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


Children

General Notes: Husband - Beverly AMOS

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

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

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

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

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


General Notes: Wife - Mary D. --?--

Widow of ___ Walker.

Find A Grave Memorial# 13999331


Notes: Marriage

Beverly Amoss married Mary D. Walker on 16 November 1875 in Hancock County, Georgia. ["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,"]

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


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