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William HEATH, Sr. and Mary Hirons TAYLOR




Husband William HEATH, Sr. 4548

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Wife Mary Hirons TAYLOR (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John TAYLOR, Jr. (1770-Bef 1846)
       Mother: Mary WYCHE (      -Abt 1846)




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1 M Epictetus HEATH (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M William HEATH, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Emma HEATH (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William HEATH, Sr.

William HEATH, deceased, is named in the 1846 will of his sister-in-law, Sarah Wyche TUCKER.
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Thomas HECHT and Elizabeth Ann WILDE




Husband Thomas HECHT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Elizabeth Ann WILDE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Willard Henry WILDE (1909-1963)
       Mother: Elizabeth Marshfield BROADWATER (1909-1968)




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Allen HEIDENREICH and Adelaide W. HOWELL




Husband Allen HEIDENREICH (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Adelaide W. HOWELL 3024

         Born: 21 May 1879 - Fulton County, Georgia
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       Father: Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA (1839-1905) 984,2552
       Mother: Julia Adelaide ERWIN (1842-1906) 984,2475,2553



 Other Spouse: Byron BOWER, Jr. 3022


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General Notes: Wife - Adelaide W. HOWELL

The 1880 Census for her father's household names Anna W. HOWELL; Adelaide is the name in Ancestry.com records.

Adelaide HOWELL, 21, single, lives in the home of her brother, Albert J., in the 1900 census of Fulton County, Georgia.
"HOWEL, Adelaide Sister W F Dec 1878 21 S GA GA GA." This shows an alternate birth date, vice 21 May 1879.

Adelaide H. married Byron B. BOWER, Jr., a lawyer, about 1904. It is likely she met him as a contact of her brother Albert, also a lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1910 she and Byron live in Bainbridge, Georgia.
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HEILMAN and Kimberly McKOWN




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Wife Kimberly McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John Patterson McKOWN
       Mother: Deanna PENNINGTON




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Ed HEINEMAN and Renee T. TERRY




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Wife Renee T. TERRY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Loy Watson TERRY (1923-2004)
       Mother: Bernice A. --?--




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J. Baetgin HEINRICHSEN and Anna SCHREIKARDT(IN)




Husband J. Baetgin HEINRICHSEN

         Born: 1760
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         Died: 1826
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     Marriage: 26 August 1787 - South Carolina



Wife Anna SCHREIKARDT(IN)

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1 F Eliza HENDRICKSON

         Born: Between 1790 and 1800 - Charleston, South Carolina 81
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       Spouse: John DITMORE 81
         Marr: 9 April 1809 - Hampstead, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - J. Baetgin HEINRICHSEN

Known as " Betje."
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Gerry RAY and HEIRS




Husband Gerry RAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Shannon George RAY, Jr. (1902-1980)
       Mother: Helen FREE (1902-1990)


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Judge James Edward SOUTHWOOD and Dena Alma HELD




Husband Judge James Edward SOUTHWOOD 4371

         Born: 5 March 1854 - Berkely County, Virginia 4371
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         Died: 25 August 1940 - Potter County, Texas
       Buried: 27 August 1940 - Panhandle Cemetery, Carson County, Texas


       Father: Edward E. SOUTHWOOD (Abt 1826-      ) 4371,4469
       Mother: Hannah F. HURST (1831-1884) 3451,4371


     Marriage: 25 April 1911 - Carson County, Texas



Wife Dena Alma HELD 4549

         Born: 4 December 1879 - Illinois 43,4549
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         Died: January 1978 - Carson County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Panhandle Cemetery, Carson County, Texas 4550


       Father: Ludwig HELD (1850-      ) 4549
       Mother: 




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General Notes: Husband - Judge James Edward SOUTHWOOD

From the Handbook of Texas Online:
"SOUTHWOOD, JAMES EDWARD (1854-1940). James Edward Southwood, rancher and public official, the oldest of six children of Edward and Hannah (Hurst) Southwood, was born on March 5, 1854, at Martinsburg, [Berkeley County] Virginia. Two years later his father, a slaveholder, moved the family to Lafayette County, Missouri, and settled south of Lexington. There James grew up amid the chaos of the Civil War and Reconstruction. In 1873, at the age of nineteen, he accompanied William Greene, a neighbor, to Rice County, Kansas, and helped him build a new homestead. Southwood then hired out to A. B. Cady, with whom he stayed ten years while working as a freighter. In May 1886, after spending two years in Burlingame, Kansas, Southwood was hired by the Finch, Lord and Nelson Cattle Company to help drive a herd of Hereford cattle from Dodge City to the Shoe Bar Ranch in Hall County, Texas, a distance of 250 miles. The six-week trip brought the first registered Hereford stock to the Panhandle. Southwood stayed to help organize the company's Bar 96 Ranch before returning to Kansas. In December he and nine other company employees came back to the Panhandle. At Clarendon they filed on a section of railroad-grant land in Carson County, adjacent to the townsite of Panhandle City. The following spring they camped near Dixon Creek while surveying their claims and erecting homesteads. After a blue norther destroyed their main office, housed in a tent, a representative declared that the company could not afford to set it up again. All left to take jobs on the Bar 96 except Southwood, who remained to protect the claims and see the townsite project through. He greeted the first train to arrive in Panhandle City in January 1888.
Southwood served as the first county constable when Carson County was organized in June 1888. He worked at various jobs, including selling real estate, until 1890, when he entered the grain, coal, and ice business. In 1892 he was elected county tax assessor; he served two terms. He sold his grain business to John Callaghan in 1895 and then formed a partnership with John Haggart to open a grocery store, which they sold in 1904 to John Dees. Because of poor health Southwood made a prolonged visit to his brother in California and sister in Washington before retiring to his section one mile east of Panhandle, which became his permanent home. He was elected Carson county judge in 1906. He also became a stockholder in the Panhandle Bank, of which he became director after its reorganization in 1927 as the First National Bank of Panhandle. On April 25, 1911, Southwood married Dena Held, a teacher in the Panhandle school and daughter of Ludwig Held, who had come in 1900 from Petersburg, Illinois, to invest in seven sections of land. The Southwoods lived on Held's land east of town. Over the years, Judge Southwood became legendary for his tolerance, generosity, and ability as an arbitrator. He died on August 25, 1940, and was buried in the Panhandle Cemetery.
[H. Allen Anderson, "SOUTHWOOD, JAMES EDWARD", Handbook of Texas Online, (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fso10), accessed November 06, 2010]

1880 U.S. Census, Kansas, Rice County, Union; Series: T9 Roll: 394 Page: 199:
3 4 SOUTHWOOD E. James W M 26 S Farmer VA VA VA. [Lives on the farm of Antoin BAILEY, 42, born in Canada.

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Carson County, Pct 1; Series: T623 Roll: 1618 Page: 95: 17 17 JACKSON William Head W M Jan 1847 53 S MO KY MO Stock farming; SOUTHWOOD James Partner W M Mar 1854 46 S VA VA VA Stock raising.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Carson County, Pct 1; Series: T624 Roll: 1537 Page: 109: 22 22 SOUTHWOOD James E. Head M W 56 S VA VA VA Farmer General farm; HAGGART John Boarder M W 59 M1 33 Canada NY NY Own income; -- Della Boarder F W 53 M1 33 0 Canada NY England.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Carson County, Panhandle; Series: T625 Roll: 1785 Page: 127: Fm -- 1 SOUTHWOOD James E. Head M W 66 M VA VA VA Stock farm; -- Dena Wife F W 39 M IL Germany Germany; HELD Ludwig Father-in-law M W 69 Wd 1900 Un Germany Germany Germany None.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Carson County, Pct 1; Series: T626 Roll: 2304 Page: 217; 131 137 SOUTHWOOD J. E. Head M W 76 M 57 VA VA VA None; -- Dena H. Wife F W 50 M 39 IL Germany Germany.

Extracts from death records: James Edward SOUTHWOOD was born 5 Mar 1854 in Martisburg [sic], Virginia, a son of Edward SOUTHWOOD and Hannah HURST. He died 25 Aug 1940 in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas at age 86 years, 5 months, 20 days, leaving an unnamed spouse. He was a rancher residing in Panhandle, Carson County, Texas, and was buried in Panhandle on 27 Aug 1940.
FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2138005, Digital Film Number: 4030492, Image Number: 1957, Reference Number: cn 39189, Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976]


General Notes: Wife - Dena Alma HELD

Dena Alma HELD married James Edward SOUTHWOOD in 1911. Find A Grave Memorial# 52182833 records Dena's birth in 1879 in Illinois, her death in Jan. 1978, and her burial in Section 2 Lot 116 Space 3, Panhandle Cemetery, Panhandle, Carson County, Texas.

"SOUTHWOOD, DENA 04 Dec 1879 Jan 1978 98 79068 (Panhandle, Carson, TX) 79068 (Panhandle, Carson, TX) Texas 451-66-0497" [SSDI]

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Ludwig HELD




Husband Ludwig HELD 4549

         Born: 1850 - Germany 4549
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1 F Dena Alma HELD 4549

         Born: 4 December 1879 - Illinois 43,4549
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         Died: January 1978 - Carson County, Texas 43
       Buried:  - Panhandle Cemetery, Carson County, Texas 4550
       Spouse: Judge James Edward SOUTHWOOD 4371
         Marr: 25 April 1911 - Carson County, Texas



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HELTON and Mrytie Viola THORNTON




Husband HELTON 3931

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Wife Mrytie Viola THORNTON 3931

         Born: 10 August 1904 - Georgia 4551
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         Died: 19 November 1999 - Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital 4551
       Buried:  - Sargent Cemetery


       Father: Henry Lee THORNTON (      -      )
       Mother: Willie PEYTON (      -      )




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1 F Sue HELTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: DUKE (living)


2 F Edna HELTON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Mrytie Viola THORNTON

Obituary: Mrs. Myrtie Viola Helton
The Times-Herald, Newnan, Georgia, 21 November 1999.
Mrs. Myrtie Viola Helton, 95, of Kennon Street, Sargent, Ga., died Friday, November 19, 1999 at Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital.
Mrs. Helton was born August 10, 1904 in Georgia. She was a homemaker.
The family will receive friends on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 7-9 p.m. at McKoon Funeral Home.
A funeral will be Sunday at 3 p.m. at McKoon chapel with the Rev. Bill Dean officiating. Burial will be in Sargent Cemetery on Old Carrollton Highway west of Newnan. Pallbearers will be David Garner, Wayne Lewis, Charles Moore, Larry Rooker, Bobby Veal and Jeff Westbrook.
Surviving are daughters, Sue Duke of Sargent, Edna Weaver of Dalton, Ga.; sisters, Annie Mae Morris of Newnan and Velma Daniel of Hogansville, Ga.; brother, Roy Thornton of Newnan.
McKoon Funeral Home, Newnan.

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WEAVER and Edna HELTON




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Wife Edna HELTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: HELTON (      -Bef 1999)
       Mother: Mrytie Viola THORNTON (1904-1999)




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Sam Rosario ODDO and Jeannette HEMELT




Husband Sam Rosario ODDO

         Born: 25 September 1910 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 15 June 1971 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Garden of Memories Cemetery, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
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Wife Jeannette HEMELT 2996

         Born: 27 February 1913 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 5 April 1996 - Louisiana
       Buried:  - Garden of Memories Cemetery, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Sr (1881-1925)
       Mother: Bridget Jeannette ROWAN (1882-1953) 3614




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1 F Jean Marie ODDO (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Calvin Alexander PARMELEE, Jr.


2 F Cynthia Ann ODDO (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Joe Wiley BURNS (living)



General Notes: Husband - Sam Rosario ODDO

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VYPL-PNG : accessed 15 Jan 2014), Sam Oddo in household of Jourdan E Hemelt, Ward 9, New Orleans, New Orleans City, Orleans, Louisiana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 36-253, sheet 3B, family 60, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1427.
Jourdan E. Hemelt Head M 24 Louisiana
Gloria M. Hemelt Wife F 18 Louisiana
Melva E. Hemelt Daughter F 1 Louisiana
Sam Oddo Lodger M 26 Louisiana Salesman Chicken hatchery
Note: Sam Rosario Oddo later married Jourdan E. Hemelt's sister, Jeannette, who resided next door with their widowed mother, Jeannette Hemelt.

Obituary: Sam R. Oddo, on Tuesday, June 15, 1971, at 8:25 o'clock a.m., beloved husband of Jenet [sic] Hemelia [sic, Hemelt. RLD], father of Mrs. Calvin A. Parmelee Jr., and Mrs. Joe Wiley Burns; brother of Frank, George. and Anthony Oddo, Mrs, Leonard Humphreys Jr., Miss Irene Oddo, Mrs. Francis Porto, Mrs. Robert Gourgues, age 60 years, a native of Lecompte, La., and a resident of Metairie, La. for 37 years. Relatives and friends of the family, arre invited to attend the funeral. Services from Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home, 4747 Veterans Blvd. near Clearview, on Thursday, June 17, 1971, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. Requiem Mass at Leitz-Eagan Chapel. Interment in Garden of Memories.
[The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Wednesday, June 16, 1971, Page 10]

Sam Oddo born Sunday, September 25, 1910, died in June 1971 at age 60 years, 8 months. Social security number issued in Louisiana. [Social Security Death Index]

Sam is buried in Section R, Garden Of Memories, Metairie, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. A picture of his marker, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 120340219:

SAM R. JEANNETTE H.
1910 - 1971 1913 - 1996
ODDO


General Notes: Wife - Jeannette HEMELT

Mrs. Sam R. Oddo is named as a surviving daughter in the 9 March 1953 obituary of Jeannette Rowan Hemelt.



Records of the Day: To Mesdame Sam R. Oddo at Baptist Hospital, a girl. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Thursday, October 23, 1941, Page 29]

Records of the Day: To Mesdame Sam R. Oddo at Touro Infirmary, a girl. [TheTimes-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Thursday, November 23, 1944, Page 22]

Jeannette is buried in Section R, Garden Of Memories, Metairie, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. A picture of her marker, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 120340220:

SAM R. JEANNETTE H.
1910 - 1971 1913 - 1996
ODDO

Jeannette H. ODDO born 27 February 1913, died 5 April 1996. Social security number: 434-01-3400 issued in Louisiana. Last residence: Metairie, Jefferson County, Louisiana 70005. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JYPW-J65 : accessed 25 Oct 2012), Jeannette H Oddo, 5 April 1996; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]
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Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Sr and Bridget Jeannette ROWAN




Husband Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Sr

         Born: 29 January 1881 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana 3613
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         Died: 4 June 1925 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.
     Marriage: 17 September 1902 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 3613



Wife Bridget Jeannette ROWAN 3614

         Born: 26 January 1882 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 3614
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         Died: 8 March 1953 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 9 March 1953 - St. Patrick's Cemetery No.2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Michael ROWAN (Abt 1843-1914)
       Mother: Mary Margaret HERLIHY (1853-1934) 3301




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1 F Josephine Thelma HEMELT 3613

         Born: 3 September 1903 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 12 December 1976
       Buried:  - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.
       Spouse: Frank B. CATOIRE


2 F Althea HEMELT 4404

         Born: 18 September 1905 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 23 April 1986 - Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.
       Spouse: Octavio J. GOUSSEN


3 M Cyril J. HEMELT

         Born: 4 February 1912 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 25 May 1912 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.



4 F Jeannette HEMELT 2996

         Born: 27 February 1913 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 5 April 1996 - Louisiana
       Buried:  - Garden of Memories Cemetery, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Sam Rosario ODDO


5 M Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Jr. 2996

         Born: 29 June 1915 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 27 March 1977 - Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 29 March 1977 - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Gloria PAULA
         Marr: Abt 1938



General Notes: Husband - Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Sr

1910 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hancock County, 4-BT, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 739 Page: 215: HEMELT Jordan E Head M W 28 M1 7 LA Germany LA Book Binder Factory;
-- Jennette Wife F W 27 M1 7 2 2 LA England Ireland;
-- Thelma Daughter F W 6 LA LA LA;
-- Alitha Daughter F W 4 LA LA LA;
ROWAN Mary Mother-in-law F W 52 M1 38 12 9 Ireland Ireland Ireland;
ROWAN Antoinette Sister-in-law F W 17 S LA England Ireland;
ROWAN Ethel Sister-in-law F W 12 LA England Ireland.

1920 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 9-Wd New Orleans, 7 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 622 Page: 224:
HEMELT JORDAN Head R M W 36 M LA Holland (Dutch) LA Latner? Ship yard;
-- Jenette Wife F W 35 M LA England LA;
-- Thelma Daughter F W 16 S LA LA LA;
-- Althea Daughter F W 14 S LA LA LA;
-- Jennette Daughter F W 6 S LA LA LA;
-- Jordan Son M W 4 4/12 S LA LA LA;
CANTEY George Boarder W M 23 S LA LA LA Bolter up Ship Yard.

Jourdan E. HEMELT is buried in the HEMELT family tomb, Section 31, Lot 13, St. Nicholas, Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 77708500.

JOURDAN E. HEMELT
Jan. 29, 1881 - June 1, 1925



General Notes: Wife - Bridget Jeannette ROWAN

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMRC-DV9 : accessed 21 Oct 2012), Althea Hemelt, New Orleans (Districts 1-250), Orleans, Louisiana; citing enumeration district (ED) 0139, sheet 28A, family 235, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 806.
Althea HemeltheadF22 Louisiana
Jeannette HemeltmotherF45 Louisiana
Jeannette HemeltsisterF16 Louisiana
Jourdan HemeltsonM14 Louisiana

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VYPL-PNP : accessed 21 Oct 2012), Jeanette Hemelt, Ward 9, New Orleans, New Orleans City, Orleans, Louisiana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 36-253, sheet 3B, family 61, NARA digital publication T627, roll 1427.
Jeanette Hemelt head F 55 Louisiana
Jeanette Hemelt Dau F 25 Louisiana
Octavio Goussen son-in-law M 34 Central America
Althea Goussen Dau F 33 Louisiana
George Canty nephew M 43 Louisiana

Obituary: At Mercy hospital, on Sunday afternoon, March 8, 1953, at 2:03 o'clock, JEANNETTE ROWAN, of 1604 Clouet street, wife of the late Jourdan Hemelt, Sr.; mother of Mrs. F. B. Catoire, Mrs. O. J. Goussen, Mrs. Sam R. Oddo, and Jourdan Hemelt, Jr.; sister of Mrs. C. Russell, Mrs. Antoinette Winters, Mrs. Ethel Loeffler of this city and Mrs. Viola Garza of Waveland, Miss.; aunt of George Canty; also survived by five grandchildren. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the funeral home of Pat J. McMahon-Coburn, 2305 Canal street, corner North Miro street, on monday afternoon, March 9, 1953, at 3:30 o'clock. Religious services at St. Mary of the Angels church. Interment in St. Patrick No. 2 cemetery.

Bridget Jeannette ROWAN, wife of Jourdan Edward HEMELT, is buried in the HEMELT family tomb, Section 31, Lot 13, St. Nicholas, Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 77714158.

JEANNETTE R. HEMELT
Jan. 26, 1882 - Mar. 8, 1958


Notes: Marriage

Bridget Jeannette “Jeanette” -- m. Jourdan Edward Hemelt 9/17/02 (New Orleans, Vol. 24, page 273)

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Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Jr. and Gloria PAULA




Husband Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Jr. 2996

         Born: 29 June 1915 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 27 March 1977 - Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 29 March 1977 - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Sr (1881-1925)
       Mother: Bridget Jeannette ROWAN (1882-1953) 3614


     Marriage: Abt 1938



Wife Gloria PAULA

         Born: 24 February 1922 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 31 August 2009 - Louisiana
       Buried: 3 September 2009 - Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.


       Father: Zachary S. PAULA (      -      )
       Mother: Elizabeth SANTA-CRUZ (      -      )



 Other Spouse: Woodrow I. BOOTH


Children
1 F Melba E. HEMELT

          AKA: Melva E. HEMELT
         Born: Abt 1939 - Louisiana
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       Spouse: Camerino FERNANDEZ
         Marr: Abt 1957



General Notes: Husband - Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Jr.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VYPL-PNG : accessed 15 Jan 2014), Sam Oddo in household of Jourdan E Hemelt, Ward 9, New Orleans, New Orleans City, Orleans, Louisiana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 36-253, sheet 3B, family 60, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1427.
Jourdan E. Hemelt Head M 24 Louisiana
Gloria M. Hemelt Wife F 18 Louisiana
Melva[*] E. Hemelt Daughter F 1 Louisiana
Sam Oddo Lodger M 26 Louisiana Salesman Chicken hatchery
[*sic, Melba. RLD]
All members of this household resided in the same place on 1 April 1935.
Note: Sam Rosario Oddo married Jourdan E. Hemelt's sister, Jeannette, who resided next door with their widowed mother, Jeannette Hemelt.

Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Jr. is buried in Section 31, Lot 13, St. Nicholas, Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 77715403:

JOURDAN E. HEMELT
June 29, 1915 - March 27, 1977

Obituary: Jourdan E. Hemelt, on Sunday March 27, 1977 at #:30 o'clock a.m., beloved husband of Gloria Paula Hemelt, father of Mrs. Melba Fernandez, brother of Mrs. Althea Goussen, Mrs. Jeanette Oddo and the late Thelma Catoire, son of the late Jourdan E. Hemelt and Jeanette Rowan, grandfather of Camerino Randy and Ricardo Allen Fernandez, father-in-law of Camerino Fermandez, age 62 years, a native of New Orleans, and a resident of Kenner for 12 years. Relatives and friends of the family, also officers and members of Carpenters Local No. 1846 and Ingram Oil Company are invited to attend the funeral. Services from Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home Chapel, 4747 Veterans Blvd. near Clearview, on Tuesday, March 29, 1977 at 1 o'clock p.m. Mass in Leitz-Eagan Chapel. Interment St. Patrick No. 2 Cemetery. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Tuesday, March 29, 1977, Page 14]


General Notes: Wife - Gloria PAULA

Obituary: Gloria Paula Hemelt Booth, age 87, entered into Eternal Rest on Monday, August 31, 2009. She was born in New Orleans and resided in Metairie. She was the daughter of the late Elizabeth (Elise) Santa-Cruz and Zachary S. Paula. Mrs. Booth attended the Academy of the Holy Angels and retired from Dorignac's Food Center. She was a parishioner of St. Louis King of France Church in Bucktown. Beloved wife of the late Jourdan E. Hemelt and former wife of Woodrow I. Booth. Loving mother of Melba Hemelt Fernandez. Sister of Marie Louise Matthews and Florine Palmer. Beloved grandmother of Camerino Randy (Marianne) Fernandez and Ricardo Allen (Carrie) Fernandez. Doting great grandmother of Gina Marie Fernandez, Eric Jourdan Fernandez, Allen Michael Fernandez, Camerino Ryan Fernandez and Christian Riley Fernandez. Also survived by a host of friends and relatives. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the Funeral Mass at Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home Chapel, 4747 Veterans Blvd., near Clearview Pkwy, in Metairie, LA on Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 1:00 PM. Interment will follow in St. Patrick Cemetery No. 2 in New
Orleans, LA. Visitation will be on Thursday from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM. The online guestbook is available at www.legacy.com. [Times Picayune September 2, 2009]

"Gloria M.", as listed in the 1940 census, was the wife of Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Jr. She is buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery #2, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Find A Grave Memorial# 99292306.

GLORIA HEMELT BOOTH
FEB. 24, 1922 - AUG. 31, 2009

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L. D. T. QUINBY and Lula B. HEMPHILL




Husband L. D. T. QUINBY 767

         Born: 1871 - Virginia 767
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1897

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN - Cir 1890



Wife Lula B. HEMPHILL 767

         Born: August 1874 - Georgia 767
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William HEMPHILL (1842-      ) 766,767
       Mother: Emma B. --?-- (1844-      ) 767




Children
1 F Belle QUINBY 767

         Born: September 1898 - Georgia 767
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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J. H. HENAGAN and Mary B. WANNAMAKER




Husband J. H. HENAGAN

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary B. WANNAMAKER

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. Francis Marion WANNAMAKER (      -      ) 2704
       Mother: Eleanor Margaret BELLINGER (      -      ) 2704




Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary B. WANNAMAKER

"A son of Rev. J. J. Wannamaker and Rachael Treutlen, his wife, was Capt. Francis M., deceased, a noted lawyer in his day, who married Eleanor Bellinger, of Bamberg. From the last couple were born the following:... Mary B., deceased, who married J. H. Henagan, of St. Matthews" (Revolutionary Reader: REMINISCENCES AND INDIAN LEGENDS, compiled by Sophie Lee Foster, State Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga.; Byrd Printing Company, 1913, Copyrighted 1913, p. 203, http://www.archive.org/stream/revolutionaryrea00fostiala/revolutionaryrea00fostiala_djvu.txt)
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James H. HENAGAN and Adella Salley MACKAY




Husband James H. HENAGAN 65

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 4 February 1903 21



Wife Adella Salley MACKAY 21,1894

         Born: 30 December 1875 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 21,2744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Archibald MACKAY (1838-1918) 21,22,23
       Mother: Mary Claudia SALLEY (1845-1904) 23,25,26




Children

General Notes: Wife - Adella Salley MACKAY

Called "Dell."
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Simon TAYLOR and Eliza Moriah HENDERSON




Husband Simon TAYLOR 1233

         Born: 1776 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1821 - Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. John TAYLOR, RS-SC (1746-1781) 1338
       Mother: Sarah HIRONS (1751-1782) 1438


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Mary TALLMAN - Bef 1795



Wife Eliza Moriah HENDERSON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Ellen Claudia TAYLOR 3142

         Born: 1815
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William B. LEWIS 3142
         Marr: Cir 1835


2 F Emma TAYLOR (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Martha TAYLOR 3142

         Born: Cir 1810
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas H. LEWIS 3142


4 M Henderson TAYLOR (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Louisa LEWIS (living)


5 M John James TAYLOR (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Simon TAYLOR

Simon TAYLOR is named in the Will of his father, John TAYLOR: "Item, I give to my Beloved Son Simon TAYLOR two hundred acres of land on the Waterree Which I bought of William HARRISON, to him & his heirs for Ever."
The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, South Carolina Historical Society, Vol. XXVIII. Williams and Walkins Company, Baltimore 1927, pp. 108-111. General William HENDERSON compiled by B.F. TAYLOR. According to this data he had only one child: Eliza M. HENDERSON who married Simon TAYLOR as his second wife they moved to Opelousas, LA in 1818 and died there in 1821, leaving five children by Eliza and all five children had children, among her descendants are a governor of LA, and a U.S. Senator and Judges LEWIS and TAYLOR of Louisiana. (http://tnhendersons.rootsweb.com/hawkins2.html)

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Hannah Sims HENDERSON




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Hannah Sims HENDERSON 3371

         Born: Abt 1795 - South Carolina 4279
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried:  - Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry County, South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Robert Raiford PEARSON 1435 - Abt 1816


Children

General Notes: Wife - Hannah Sims HENDERSON

Robert Raiford Pearson married Hannah Henderson of Newberry. Their son John H. Pearson married Ellen Wallace. [History of Richland County, South Carolina, Volume I, Edwin L. Green, p. 55.]

"Hannah Sims Henderson, wife of Robert Raiford Pearson. Original daguerreotype owned by Mrs. Y. J. Pope, Newberry, So. Ca." [An abstract of a genealogical collection (1907), Macbeth, Malcolm, 1865- [from old catalog], St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., p. 23]

NOTE: Hannah Henderson is erroneously listed as the wife of Philip Peter Peason in a posting at http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-OLD-PENDLETON-DIST/2002-01/1009991152. The children listed here are Hannah's by Robert Raiford Pearson.
3 Phillip [sic, Robert. RLD] Raiford Pearson 1780 [sic, abt 1794. RLD] -
+Hanna Henderson
4 John H. Col. Pearson
4 Mary Butler Pearson
+Simon Col. Fair

Hannah lived in the home of her daughter Mary Butler Pearson Fair in 1850 and 1860.
1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry County, Newberry; Series: M432 Roll: 856 Page: 184: 2 2 Simeon FAIR 46 M Lawyer 12,000 SC; Mary B. 29 F SC; Sarah H. 8 F SC; Robert P. 5 M SC; Wm Y. 3 M SC; Mary C. 1 F SC; Hannah PEARSON 54 F SC; Ema MOORE 13 F SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry County, Newberry; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 300: 1430 1430 Simeon FAIR 58 M Lawyer 42,000 8,600 SC; Mary B. 39 F SC; Sallie H. 18 F SC; Robert P. 15 M SC; William Y. 10 M SC; John S. 7 M SC; (next page) James Irby FAIR 3 M SC; Hannah PEARSON 60 F 6000 SC; Thomas SLEGH[?] 19 M SC.

"The Fair Vault, Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry, So. Ca., in which rest the petrified remains of Hannah (Henderson) Pearson." [An abstract of a genealogical collection (1907), Macbeth, Malcolm, 1865- [from old catalog], St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., p. 23]



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Robert Raiford PEARSON and Hannah Sims HENDERSON




Husband Robert Raiford PEARSON 1435

         Born: 22 February 1795 1289
   Christened: 
         Died: 1823 - Newberry County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Philip Peter PEARSON, RS-SC (1746-1835) 1871
       Mother: Mary BUTLER (1765-1854) 1291,1871


     Marriage: Abt 1816



Wife Hannah Sims HENDERSON 3371

         Born: Abt 1795 - South Carolina 4279
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried:  - Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry County, South Carolina


Children
1 M Lt. Col. John Henderson PEARSON, CSA 189

         Born: Abt 1817 - Newberry County, South Carolina 773
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 July 1864 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Ellen WALLACE 189,773
         Marr: Abt 1840 1435


2 F Mary Butler PEARSON 3371

         Born: Abt 1821 - South Carolina 3371
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 December 1867 - Prosperity, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Colonel Simeon FAIR 3371



General Notes: Husband - Robert Raiford PEARSON

Robert Raiford PEARSON died in 1823. His wife, Hannah, was the administrix. Package No. 198, Box No. 78, Estate No. 1969. [https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19427-24648-41?cc=1919417&wc=9385455]


General Notes: Wife - Hannah Sims HENDERSON

Robert Raiford Pearson married Hannah Henderson of Newberry. Their son John H. Pearson married Ellen Wallace. [History of Richland County, South Carolina, Volume I, Edwin L. Green, p. 55.]

"Hannah Sims Henderson, wife of Robert Raiford Pearson. Original daguerreotype owned by Mrs. Y. J. Pope, Newberry, So. Ca." [An abstract of a genealogical collection (1907), Macbeth, Malcolm, 1865- [from old catalog], St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., p. 23]

NOTE: Hannah Henderson is erroneously listed as the wife of Philip Peter Peason in a posting at http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-OLD-PENDLETON-DIST/2002-01/1009991152. The children listed here are Hannah's by Robert Raiford Pearson.
3 Phillip [sic, Robert. RLD] Raiford Pearson 1780 [sic, abt 1794. RLD] -
+Hanna Henderson
4 John H. Col. Pearson
4 Mary Butler Pearson
+Simon Col. Fair

Hannah lived in the home of her daughter Mary Butler Pearson Fair in 1850 and 1860.
1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry County, Newberry; Series: M432 Roll: 856 Page: 184: 2 2 Simeon FAIR 46 M Lawyer 12,000 SC; Mary B. 29 F SC; Sarah H. 8 F SC; Robert P. 5 M SC; Wm Y. 3 M SC; Mary C. 1 F SC; Hannah PEARSON 54 F SC; Ema MOORE 13 F SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry County, Newberry; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 300: 1430 1430 Simeon FAIR 58 M Lawyer 42,000 8,600 SC; Mary B. 39 F SC; Sallie H. 18 F SC; Robert P. 15 M SC; William Y. 10 M SC; John S. 7 M SC; (next page) James Irby FAIR 3 M SC; Hannah PEARSON 60 F 6000 SC; Thomas SLEGH[?] 19 M SC.

"The Fair Vault, Rosemont Cemetery, Newberry, So. Ca., in which rest the petrified remains of Hannah (Henderson) Pearson." [An abstract of a genealogical collection (1907), Macbeth, Malcolm, 1865- [from old catalog], St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., p. 23]



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Harry Bruce HENDERSON and Nettie Longford SMITH




Husband Harry Bruce HENDERSON

          AKA: Bruce H. HENDERSON
         Born: 21 May 1887 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 September 1959 - San Francisco County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: Ellsworth C. HENDERSON (1860-1942)
       Mother: Ariminta Emma BARKLEY (Abt 1860-1923)


     Marriage: 1 February 1908 - Hamilton County, Ohio



Wife Nettie Longford SMITH

         Born: 1 February 1890 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 July 1979 - San Joaquin County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: Frank SMITH (      -      )
       Mother: Lillie CAMPBELL (      -      )




Children
1 F Virginia HENDERSON

         Born: 1908 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Harry Bruce HENDERSON

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2D1-JJ6 : accessed 22 May 2014), Bruce Henderson, Covington Ward 6, Kenton, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 118, sheet 2A, family 31, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374501.
Bruce Henderson Head M 23 KY KY KY
Nettie Henderson Wife F 20 KY KY KY
Virginia Henderson Dau F 1 KY KY KY

Harry Bruce Henderson, age 30, born 23 May 1887 in Concord, [Lewis County], Kentucky, registered for the Selective Service Draft in Lander County, Lincoln County, Lyon County, Mineral County, Nye County, Nevada. He was employed by the Southern Pacific Railroad Co. as a telegraph operator in Fernley, Lyon County, Nevada. He claimed exemption for having a wife and one child. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/29NY-P95 : accessed 22 May 2014), Harry Bruce Henderson, 1917-1918; citing Lander County, Lincoln County, Lyon County, Mineral County, Nye County, Nevada, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d); FHL microfilm 001711536.]

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6PT-292 : accessed 22 May 2014), Bruce H Henderson, Canal, Lyon, Nevada, United States; citing sheet 6A, family 15, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821004. District: 30.
Bruce H Henderson Head M 32 KY KY KY
Nettie Henderson Wife F 29 KY KY KY
Virginia Henderson Dau F 11 KY KY KY

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCN8-YR7 : accessed 22 May 2014), Harry B Henderson, Manteca, San Joaquin, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0001, sheet 11B, family 239, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 210.
Harry B Henderson Head M 42 Kentucky
Nettie L Henderson Wife F 40 Kentucky
Ellsworth C Henderson Father M 66 Kentucky

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K9DC-JD1 : accessed 22 May 2014), Ellsworth Henderson in household of Harry B Henderson, Manteca, Castoria Judicial Township, San Joaquin, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 39-1, sheet 14A, family 313, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 323.
Harry B Henderson Head M 60 Kentucky Agent Railroad
Nettie Henderson Wife F 52 Kentucky
Ellsworth Henderson Father M 79 Kentucky
Margaret White Granddaughter F 10 Kentucky
Alfred Bates Lodger M 25 Kentucky
On 1 April 1935, this household resided in the same house.

[Granddaughter's parents???
1. "United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMXG-FZB : accessed 22 May 2014), Margaret J White in household of Russell T White, Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0024, sheet 8B, family 196, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 762.
Russell T White Head M 21 KY KY KY
Virginia White Wife F 21 KY KY KY
Margaret J White Dau F 0 KY KY KY
2. Margaret White died in 1946 in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky. She was a daughter of Richard White.
"Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N96V-M4X : accessed 22 May 2014), Margaret White, 1946; citing Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, 1819, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 2073565.]



Harry Bruce Henderson, born 21 May 1887 in Kentucky, 10 September 1959 in San Francisco County, California. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VGTK-KJ7 : accessed 22 May 2014), Harry Bruce Henderson, 10 Sep 1959; citing Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]


General Notes: Wife - Nettie Longford SMITH

Nettie Longford Henderson, born 1 February 1890 in Kentucky, died 21 July 1979 in San Joaquin, California. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VPCQ-8FG : accessed 22 May 2014), Nettie Longford Henderson, 21 Jul 1979; citing Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]


Notes: Marriage

Bruce Henderson, age 21, of Manchester, Ohio, married Nettie Smith, age 20, of Hamilton County, Ohio, on 1 February 1908 in Hamilton County, Ohio. Both were born in Kentucky. Bruce, a telegraph operator, was a son of E. C. Henderson and Mintie Barkley. Nettie was a daughter of Frank Smith and Lillie Campbell. ["Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XZ5W-CRN : accessed 22 May 2014), Bruce Henderson and Nettie Smith, 01 Feb 1908; citing Hamilton, Ohio, United States, reference v 204 cn 282; FHL microfilm 355088.]

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Jefferson Stokes SALLEY, Jr. and Katherine HENDERSON




Husband Jefferson Stokes SALLEY, Jr. 1605,1606

         Born: 1907 - South Carolina 1605
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Jefferson Stokes SALLEY (1880-      ) 1605,1606
       Mother: Elizabeth Cole SALLEY (1877-1929) 67,1605,1606


     Marriage: 



Wife Katherine HENDERSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Anne SALLEY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Luther Banks WANNAMAKER and Mary HENDERSON




Husband Luther Banks WANNAMAKER 2417,2514,2515

         Born: March 1894 - South Carolina 2514
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Whitfield Wesley WANNAMAKER (1851-      ) 2417,2510,2511
       Mother: Ella Louisa BANKS (1855-Bef 1910) 2417,2514


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary HENDERSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Luther Banks WANNAMAKER, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Pironneau Finley HENDERSON and June RAINSFORD




Husband Pironneau Finley HENDERSON 43

         Born: 29 November 1877 - Aiken, South Carolina 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 April 1968 - Aiken, South Carolina 43
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 29 April 1945



Wife June RAINSFORD 43,3367

         Born: 30 November 1895 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43,3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1993 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD (1861-1932) 2614,3367
       Mother: Martha Juliet NICHOLSON (1866-1962) 1130,2614,3367



 Other Spouse: George Phineas BUTLER - 28 July 1929


Children

General Notes: Husband - Pironneau Finley HENDERSON

"PERONNEAU HENDERSON 29 Nov 1877 Apr 1968 29801 (Aiken, Aiken, SC ) (none specified) 248-64-9017 South Carolina" (SSDI)"


General Notes: Wife - June RAINSFORD

"JUNE R HENDERSON 30 Nov 1895 02 Feb 1993 29824 (Edgefield, Edgefield, SC ) (none specified) 579-12-4819 District of Columbia" (SSDI)

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Frank Robinson HENDON and Elizabeth D. SCOGGINS




Husband Frank Robinson HENDON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: March 1915 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Lebanon Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
     Marriage: 



Wife Elizabeth D. SCOGGINS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Georgia HENDON

         Born: 27 May 1867 - Troup County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 June 1924 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Wiley Monroe BOOKER 1250
         Marr: 16 September 1888 - Troup County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Frank Robinson HENDON

Georgia E. HENDON, born May 27, 1867 in Georgia and died June 8, 1924 in Troup County, Georgia, was the daughter of Frank Robinson HENDON and Elizabeth D. SCROGGINS. She married Wiley Monroe BOOKER on September 16, 1888 in Troup County, Georgia. They had six children. A picture of her death certificate is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66621536. It lists her husband, father, and mother's maiden surname, cause of death, and her burial in Lebanon Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia on June 9, 1924. Wiley M. BOOKER was the informant. The memorial links to that of her father.

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MC3B-GVR : accessed 24 Sep 2012), R ? Hendon in household of F R Hendon, Georgia, United States; citing p. 40, family 385, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 545677.
F R HendonM37y Georgia
Elizabeth HendonF37y Georgia
C A HendonF16y Georgia
J F A HendonF14y Georgia
J T L HendonF12y Georgia
J A HendonM10y Georgia
F M C HendonF8y Georgia
S N C HendonM6y Georgia
J S Y HendonF4y Georgia
R ? HendonM6m Georgia

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3VX-2LK : accessed 24 Sep 2012), Francis Hendon, ED 67 Militia Districts 699, 804, O'Neals Mills, Long Cane, Troup, Georgia, United States; citing sheet 19B, family 373, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240225.
Francis Hendon head M67 Georgia
Elizabeth HendonwifeF63 Georgia

HENDON Francis Roberson [Roberson lined out]; Orderly Sargent [sic] Company B 13th Georgia Reg.; Death: March 1915, Lebanon Cemetery, LaGrange, Troup Co., Ga.; Confe. Soldier; Jul 1 1933. ["United States, Applications for Headstones for Military Veterans, 1925-1941," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VHZZ-S75 : accessed 24 Sep 2012), Francis R Hendon, 1915.]





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Research Notes
Marriage for Son "R.?", age 6 months in 1870??
Frank R. HENDON married Elizabeth SIMMONS on 31 Oct 1889 in Troup County, Georgia. ["Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWQP-165 : accessed 24 Sep 2012), Frank R. Hendon and Elizabeth Simmons, 31 Oct 1889.]
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Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. and Louisa Maria HENDRICK




Husband Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. 2490

          AKA: Michael J. RUDOLPH Jr. 2490
         Born: 1792 - Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 July 1821 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. Michael RUDULPH, RS-MD (1758-Bef 1795)
       Mother: Sarah BAKER (Cir 1765-      )


     Marriage: 8 October 1816 - Richland County, South Carolina



Wife Louisa Maria HENDRICK 2181

         Born: After February 1800 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1830
       Buried: 


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



 Other Spouse: William Hasell GIBBS - 1822


Children
1 M Robert Hendrick RUDULPH

         Born: 1817 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1838 - Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rosetta LEWIS
         Marr: 22 July 1838 - Lowndes County, Alabama



General Notes: Husband - Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr.

Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr., son of Michael RUDULPH and Sarah BAKER, was born 1792 in Maryland where his parents were visiting family.

A deed in trust in Columbia, S. C. between J. J. FAUST, guardian of Louisa Maria HENDRICK, and Michael J. RUDULPH dated 10-1-1816 records that Louisa's property was signed over to Michael. One week later, 8 October 1816, Michael J. RUDULPH married Louisa Maria HENDRICK.

The 1820 U.S. Census for Fairfield County, South Carolina (Series: M33 Roll: 118 Page: 237), shows Michael J. RUDOLPH 1 - - - 1 - | - - 1 - -. Michael (26-45) who married Louisa (16-26) and their son (under 10), Robert Hendrick. It does not support the comment about "three daughters, names not known", as another researcher has stated. Michael was killed on 21 July 1821. If he had a daughter or more, they were not in his household in 1820 and may have died before the census. Possibly another child may have been born after the census or soon after Michael's death in July 1821.

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

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

Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr.'s widow, Louisa Mary Hendricks RUDULPH, married in 1822 William H. GIBBS, Jr. and moved to Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama, along with other families from Camden, South Carolina.

(All the records pertaining the Captain Michael Rudulph are from the Rudulph collection of Marilou Alston Rudulph and Frances Rudulph Summers. My great grandfather was Zebulon Rudulph's grandson. Per: Johndcald@aol.com, email, June 11, 2005)




General Notes: Wife - Louisa Maria HENDRICK

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Further information on Louisa Hendrick Rudolph GIBBS has not been found.


Notes: Marriage

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/marriages/scmv054a.txt
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Thomas Cade MARSH, Jr. and Lydia HENDRICK




Husband Thomas Cade MARSH, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Cade MARSH, Sr. (1888-1941)
       Mother: Henrietta RABALAIS (1888-1971)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Charlotte MARTIN



Wife Lydia HENDRICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK and Mary STANLEY




Husband Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK 934,1406

          AKA: Robert HENDRIX
         Born: Cir 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 4 October 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: 
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1740-After 1805)


     Marriage: After February 1800 - Richland County, South Carolina 934

 Other Spouse: Mary DANIELL - 21 May 1795 - Columbia, South Carolina



Wife Mary STANLEY 934,935

         Born: Abt 1779 - South Carolina 935
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 September 1859 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Presbyterian Church Cemetery


       Father: Capt. Samuel STANLEY, RS-VA (Cir 1742-Bef 1818) 4552
       Mother: PEASLEY (      -      ) 2725,4553



 Other Spouse: William HOWELL 793,932 - Bef 1795

 Other Spouse: Chestian E. WILLIAMSON 4393 - After 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina

 Other Spouse: George A. HILLEGAS 4554 - 10 November 1827 - Columbia, South Carolina 4554


Children
1 F Louisa Maria HENDRICK 2181

         Born: After February 1800 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1830
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. 2490
         Marr: 8 October 1816 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: William Hasell GIBBS
         Marr: 1822



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK

Robert HENDRICK is a son of Mary HENDRICK. His father's name has not been found. In his Will of 1805, Robert names his mother "Mary HENDRICK." and his sisters, Martha DUKES and Sarah HENDRICK.

"Dr Robert H Hendrick was an out-of-wedlock son born to Mary Hendrick in Louisa Co VA. Mary Hendrick also had two out-of-wedlock daughters, one of whom (Martha) married Samuel Stanley. Said Samuel Stanley's daughter by first marriage was Mary Stanley. As a widow of William Howell, Mary Stanley married Dr Robert H Hendrick after his first wife died (she being Mary "Polly" Daniel)." [Will Hendricks, Chattanooga TN, Administrator, Hendricks DNA project, FTDNA. 12 Nov 2013]

1794 - Robert HENDRICK was in Richland County, South Carolina. That year he witnessed the Will of Herbert RIVES. [SC Archives: Series: S108093, Reel: 0021, Frame: 00487, Item: 000: Will Typescript (MSS WILL: Book C, Page 99; Estate Packet: Box 26, Pkg 634.]

1795 - On May 21, 1795, Dr. Robert HENDRICK married in Columbia, South Carolina, Mary "Polly" DANIELL, daughter of James DANIELL of Fairfield, South Carolina and Hancock County, Georgia. [South Carolina Gazette, Jun 8, 1795] Mary, born 1765, was 30 years old at this marriage. Considering Mary's age, Robert was born circa 1760.

1796 - SC Archives - Number: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00558 Item: 02 Date: 1796/01/28 Description: HENDRICK, Robert, Plat for 187 Acres on Duncan's Creek, Ninety Six District, surveyed by Abel PEARSON for said PEARSON on March 15, 1788. Names Indexed: HENDRICK, Robert/PEARSON, Abel/CASEY, Levi/DUCKET, Joseph/HILL, Henry/EDWARDS, Obediah/CANADY, Margaret/ Locations: Duncan Creek/Enoree River/Ninety Six District Type: PLAT/

1797 - Mary Daniell HENDRICK was not mentioned in her father's Will of 11 May 1797 in Hancock County, Georgia. She likely died before it was written. James provided:
"Item. I give and bequeath to my son in law Robert HANDRICK [sic] one Tract of Land on Alligator Creek which land he has my titles for. Also fifty Acres of land on Broad River to him and his heirs forever." [The Alligator Creek tract was 400 acres in Fairfield County that James acquired on 26 May 1784.]
Item. I give and bequeath to my grandaughter Patsy HANDRICK [sic] three Negroes, viz, Joe, Rukker, and Fillis. I also give her one half of the Negroes that I have lent to My Wife after the death of My Wife to her and her Heirs forever." [James' widow, Nancy Hardwick DANIELL remarried to James BARROW on 17 February 1802.]

1798 - R. HENDRICK witnessed the LW&T of Robert CHAPPELL, June 14, 1798. The other witnesses were Jesse TAYLOR and G. H. LUCAS. Hicks CHAPPELL and John GOODWYN were the executors. ("History of Richland County", p. 235.) An index of names in the South Carolina Department of Archives and History also names "R. HENDRIX" as a witness to this will.

1799 - An abstract in Green's "History of Richland County", shows that William HOWELL, first husband of Mary STANLEY, died in 1799.

About 1800 - Dr. Robert HENDRICK married Mary Stanley HOWELL, the daughter of his brother-in-law, Samuel STANLEY, husband of his sister Martha.

1800 - Robert HENDRICK, various spellings, not found in the U. S. Census. The Richland County census has been lost. In Feb 1800, Mary HOWELL is named as a purchaser of items from William's estate. Soon after, Robert married Mary, widow of William HOWELL. Mary was the daughter of his brother-in-law, Samuel STANLEY, husband of Robert's sister, Martha.

1801 - Jose DANIELL, brother of Mary Daniell HENDRICK, died intestate on 26 Mar 1799, about 14 months after his father. A record of suit against the estate of his father James DANIELL is recorded in Hancock County, Georgia, Deed Book C, p. 543. "We, James TAYLOR and Matthew HOWELL of South Carolina, and the said HOWELL being an administrator of the goods and chattles of Jose DANIELL, deceased, have appointed Doctor Robert HENRICK [HENDRICK] of the same place, our true and lawful attorney, for us, in our names jointly, to ask, demand, sue for, recover and receive such legacies & c which said James TAYLOR and Matthew HOWELL jointly or either in own right or as administrator for the said Jose DANIELL, may be entitled by law to receive from the estate of JAMES DANIELL, late of State of Georgia, deceased. This 8th Jun 1801. Wit: Peter BREMER. Recorded 15th Jul 1801."

1802 - Robert HENDRICK became a commissioner of the City of Columbia. Being appointed 16 years after the commission was established, he was not one of the original five men selected to layout the city. Columbia was one of the few planned cities in the US. "The commissioners elected to layout the new town were Commodore GILLON of Charleston, Judge Henry PENDLETON of Saxe Gotha, General Richard WINN of Winnsboro, Camden District, Colonel Richard HAMPTON of Saxe Gotha, Colonel Thomas TAYLOR of Taylor's Hill, Camden District." (History of Richland County, p. 149, Green) "The commissioners, five in number, who had been appointed for the purpose of laying out the new town of Columbia, appear to have been a continuing body. Their bonds were signed April 15, 1786 (Misc. Records, B, 67-72). Some new names appear in succeeding years occasioned by death or resignation. Benjamin WARING, Robert LITHGOW, James TAYLOR signed bonds as commissioners on June 11, 1791 (Misc. Rec. A, 474-476). The bonds of David E. DUNLAP (Dec 6, 1802), and of Robert HENDRICK (May 18, 1802, 16 years after the original committee of five was appointed), were also found in Miscellaneous Records (B, 192, 197)." (History of Richland County, p. 166, Green)

1803 - A Deed of Conveyance from Edgefield South Carolina Deed Bk. 29, page 494, transcribed by Robert Daniell from electronic copies of original pages graciously provided by Martha Taylor of La Pine, Alabama, clearly identifies Robert HENDRICK's wife as the widow of William HOWELL, at the same showing Robert's connections to the Daniell (Daniel), Taylor, and Howell families:

"Robert HENDRICK To William DANIEL Deed of Conveyance South Carolina Whereas on the suggestion of Robert HENDRICK and Mary his wife late Mary HOWELL the Relict of William HOWELL deceased of Richland District and State aforesaid that a certain Jose DANIEL of the same District and State died seized and possessed of sundry Lands and tenements in fee simple and among others of a certain Tract or parcels of Lands laying and situate in Edgefield District in the State aforesaid containing four hundred Acres more or less of which said Lands and tenements the said Robert HENDRICK and Mary his Wife together with Jesse TAYLOR James TAYLOR (now dec.d) Mary TAYLOR (Wife of Thomas) and Martha TAYLOR as legal Representatives of the said Jose DANIEL... "

1803 - SC Archives: Series Number: S165015 Year: 1803 Item: 00016 ignore: 00 Date: 1803/11/28 Description: WARING, Benjamin, David E. DUNLAP, and Robert H. HENDRICK, Commissioners of Columbia, Petition Asking Permission To Cancel Thomas Tudor TUCKER's Purchase Price on his land, so the land can be relinquished by him and set aside for public buildings. (4 pages) Names Indexed: WARING, Benjamen/HENDRICK, Robert H./DUNLAP, David E./TUCKER, Thomas Tudor/ Locations: Columbia/ Type: Petition/ Topics: Columbia, Commissioners of Public Buildings (http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/search/details.asp?index=10422&table=AllArchivalData&tableLook=LegislativePapers)

1804 - Doctors Robert HENDRICK, John S. FOWKE, and Brian GUNTER were listed as a purchaser from the estate of Dr. Charles Wm. KOESTER. Mary KOESTER and Isaac TUCKER were administrators. John S. FOWKE, Green RIVES, John HOWELL, and Wm. R. TUCKER were the appraisers. (A History of Richland County, South Carolina, Green, p. 261)

1804 - SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0021 Frame: 00566 item: 00 Date: 1804 C. Description: DOBBINS, Joseph of Richland County, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book D, Page 169; Estate Packet: Box 8, Pkg 176) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: DOBBINS, Joseph/Uittilda (slave)/CARSLEY, Dr./JONES, Thomas/GRANT, Hugh/PEARL, James/PERRY, Jesse/FOSTER, John/DUNLAP, David E./DUNLAP, Susanna P./WADE, Thomas H./Amey (slave)/WARING, Benjamin/HENDRICK, Robert/WADE, Daniel. Locations: Richland county/Columbia/Taylor Street (Columbia)

1805 - "Dr. Robert HENDRICK's Will, written September 18, 1805, was filed October 4, 1805. His wife, a daughter of Samuel STANLEY, was the widow of Wm. HOWELL, who died in 1799. She married for her third husband, Chestian E. WILLIAMSON [an executor of Robert's estate]; after his death she married William HILLEGAS. She died at a great age and is buried in the Stanley plot at the northeast corner of the First Presbyterian churchyard." (History of Richland County, p. 136.)

Robert HENDRICK's Will, a transcript from the South Carolina Archives:
"In the name of God Amen I Robert HENDRICK being of sound mind and memory doth make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in manner following; First I will that my Just debts and funeral expenses be paid with all convenient speed after my decease; 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. I give devise and bequeath to my friend Doct'r Edward FISHER my right to the Shop furniture and Skeleton, I give devise and bequeath all my Books to be equally divided between Mr. Thomas BRIGGS and Mr. William BRAINTHWAIT all the rest residue and remainder of my Estate both real and personal to be equally divided between my beloved Wife Mary HENDRICK and my daughter Louisa share and share alike to them and their Heirs and assigns forever. 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, lastly I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my beloved Wife Executrix and my friends John HOPKINS and Daniel FAUST Executors of this my last Will and Testament and Guardians to my said Daughter Louisa 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----Seal
Witness, the words "Street and deep" being first interlined-- Bn. WARING, J. J. FAUST, Charles WILLIAMSON.
Ordinary's Office Richland District) Appeared before me Charles WILLIAMSON Esqr. who made oath that he saw Doct'r Robert HENDRICK sign seal and acknowledge the within instrument of writing to be his last Will and Testament and at the same time of making the same the s'd Dr. Robert HENDRICK appeared to be of sound mind memory and understanding; and that he this deponent together with Benjamin WARING and Jacob J. FAUSTS subscribed their names in the presence of each other and in the presence of the Testator as Witnesses to the due and faithful execution of the said last Will and Testament Sworn to before me the 4th October 1805 Sim: TAYLOR Ord'y. Charles WILLIAMSON Recorded in Will Book D Page#264 Box#14 Package# 328."

1805 - On a list of "Physicians Practicing in Richland County, South Carolina before 1830", posted to Ancestry.com by Helen Skipper, is "Dr. Robert HENDRICK d. 1805".

In 1806, payment from Robert's estate was made to cover purchases by Mary and Sarah HOWELL, Robert's step-daughters by Mary's first husband, William HOWELL.

1814 - Estate records show Robert's estate property being sold "in order to make a division between Mrs Mary WILLIAMSON, formerly HENDRICK, and daughter Louisa HENDRICK consisting of Horses, Cattle, Mules, Household & Kitchen furniture and ____." The request for the sale was signed by C. E. WILLIAMS and D. FAUST, Executors. Louisa was then about 14.

28 April 1823 - J. Clairborne CLIFTON of Columbia, South Carolina signed a $20,000 bond to take the original Will of Robert Hendrick out of Richland County to be used as "Evidence out of the District." The Will was delivered to him and to be returned "before the first day of October next" to James S. GUIGNARD, Ordinary. The bond does not say where the Will was taken or why it was needed.

1829 - "Page 348. Robert HENDRICK. Estate settled February 7, 1829. Heirs and representatives: Charles O. DUKE, Robert STANLEY (minor), Martha STANLEY (minor), Robert GREY, David GREY. (History of Richland County, p. 292. Will Book H, page 348.) 1406


General Notes: Wife - Mary STANLEY

Mary STANLEY, daughter of Samuel STANLEY, is said to be born about 1769 because her gravestone says "Mrs. Mary Hillegas//died September 21, 1859//aged 90 years." [Transcribed by Marian Stanley Tucker] In the 1850 census, Mary [Stanley (William) Howell (Robert) Hendrick (Charles) Williamson (William)] HILLEGAS is age 70, born about 1779/80, and her daughter Sarah T. [Howell] WALTERS, age 53 [born about 1797]. The difference of 10 years is of interest, but does not make her too young to have been the mother of Sarah Taylor HOWELL born between 1795 and 1797 per the 1850 and 1860 censuses.

"I will give the following on other Stanley lines in early S.C. In old Cheraw Dist. there was a Revolutionary soldier named Moses STANLEY, and he is listed as Pvt. in Greggs History of Old Cheraw. We know nothing more about him. However, in 1790 U.S. Census of Cheraw 35 Dist., S.C., is listed Capt. Samuel STANLEY born in Va. (New Kent County, I think) and was Capt. in Rev. War in Va., moved thence to Cheraw and then to Columbia, S.C. He died there about 1813 and his wife was a Miss HENDRICKS, daughter. of Capt. William HENDRICKS a Rev. soldier from Cheraw. They had two sons, Robert Hendricks STANLEY and William Byrd STANLEY, and a dau. who m. Henry McGOWAN, dau. Elizabeth m. TRAPP, and dau. Mary who married 4 times, first to Wm. HOWELL; 2nd to Dr. Robert HENDRICKS; 3rd to _____WILLIAMSON, and fourth William HILLEGUS of Charleston. In 1850 this lady filed an affidavit that she was the niece of my g.g.grandfather Capt. Robert PASLAY, Rev. soldier, and that she at that time living in Cheraw district S.C. This affidavit in Washington, D.C., in Capt. Robert PASLAY Revolutionary File R. 7988. In 1790 Capt. Robert PASLAY 2ndly married Elizabeth CROCKER. His first wife was Sarah (which I take to be HENDRICKS, being his niece makes me say that) I come from the 2nd wife Elizabeth CROCKER.
Robert Hendricks STANLEY and another son William Byrd STANLEY, who was long time Mayor of Columbia, S.C., about the time of the Civil War. This family long ran the Stanley China shop in Columbia, S.C., and they are buried in the Stanley Family graveyard in Columbia, S.C. In Vol. 4: Wallace 'Hist. Of South Carolina' there is a Genealogy of this family.
There was an early methodist of S.C., Rev. LEDBETTER also. They are found in History of Methodism in S.C., by Betts.
Robert B. Paslay"
(Source: "Stanley and kindred families" by Florence Guttery, Jasper, Ala.: unknown, 1960, 302 pgs., p. 35. Surnames in caps not in original. Punctuation is faithful to the printed page. Comments in ( ) are as published. RLD )

"Mary "Polly" STANLEY was a daughter of Samuel STANLEY and his first wife, --------Paslay, both from Virginia. Mary Polly is buried in the Stanley plot here adjacent to the First Presbyterian Church. Her birth and death dates are on her marker, and I'll go look at them tomorrow when I am in town and let you know. In Old and New Columbia, if I remember correctly, the author thinks her birth date somewhat short, for he said that she was married to two Revolutionary officers, Howell and Hendrick." (Marian Stanley, 3/24/2005)

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 23: 408 419 Mary HILLEGAS 70 F --- VA; Sarah T. WALTER 53 F 2,500 SC; Elias b. H___ 46 M Lutheran clergyman SC; William H. SMITH 22 M Clerk SC.

An abstract from Richland County Will Book L: "Page 486. Mary HILLEGAS. May 3, 1858-October 17, 1859. Wit: Edw. WALSHE, W. Y. PURSE, J. A. SELBY. Ex.: W. B. STANLEY. Bro.: W. B. STANLEY. Dau.: Mrs. Sarah T. WALTER. Wished to be buried in family burying ground." (Source: "History of Richland County", Edwin L. Green, p. 346.)

"This afternoon I went to the Stanley plot in the churchyard. It is so beautiful there; the trees are expertly pruned and about to go into full bloom in just a few weeks. The ground cover is composed of millions of tiny violets and small white blooms. The entire cemetery is a showplace right in the middle of the town.
On the gravestone of Mary Polly Stanley's is written: Mrs. Mary Hillegas//died September 21, 1859//aged 90 years. If she were ninety when she died, then she would have been born in 1769. As I mentioned last night, some think the date late, in as much as she married two officers of the Revolution, Captain Howell and Dr. Hendrick.
I also looked at the Duke grave I mentioned. It says: Thomas Wells Duke//1795-1818//Son of Charles O. and Dorothea Duke ("This is one of the stones we had to remake, as the original one was falling apart. We could not make out the wording on the lower part of the old one. As I remember, it said something about his being killed in a war." Marian Stanley Tucker)
My grandfather, Charles Duke Stanley was evidently named for the father listed here, but no one ever told me anything about this.
I do not believe I ever had a copy of Dr. Robert's will and other papers, but I'm sure one could be procured at the SC Archives. Some years ago, I did, however, hire Mr. Brent Holcombe, a certified genealogist, to find out what he could about the Hendrick family. Don't think he ever came across anything useful, other than the fact that Louisa Hendrick, his daughter, was sent to boarding school in North Carolina.
As an aside, my great-great uncle, Captain William Byrd Stanley, second son of Martha Hendrick (Duke) Stanley and Samuel Stanley, fought in the Mexican War, which was sometime before the War Between the States. Captain Stanley was awarded (according to my mother) a large gold round engraved gold piece, one of only seven given to certain members of the Palmetto Regiment who went to Mexico. My father inherited this gold piece.
Unfortunately, my father and mother had a terrible time during the Great Depression, and unbeknownst to Mother, Father sold the gold piece when they were in such terrible financial straits. Mother said she would have done almost anything to have kept it.
I'm sure that this piece at auction today, at Christie's in New York, would sell for somewhere in the high six figures, perhaps more. Uncle William also was given two silver dueling pistols by the City of Columbia, but I do not know what happened to them. He was very well off when living, president of the bank, mayor three times, many other honors.
I have found some of my papers this morning, and need to clarify Captain William Hendrick senior's position. He was a Member of the South Carolina Twelfth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth Royal Assemblies, from 1740 to 1747. (From Biographical Directory of the SC House of Representatives, Vol. II, Edgar and Bailey) According to my research, he married the second time Mary Vanderhorst, daughter of John Vanderhorst of the Charleston family by that name. Captain William Hendrick Sr.'s home was in Christ Church Parish, Charlestown, South Carolina.
I'll keep looking. Thanks, Marian Stanley" (Marian Stanley Tucker, email, 3/24/2005. RLD)

The mother of Mary Polly Stanley was -------Paslay from Virginia. I believe Samuel and Paslay had six daughters.
There is a lovely description of Mary Stanley when she was old in either the Selby or Williams book:
"Many evenings I have spent with my old friend, Mrs. Mary Hillegas [Mary Stanley]---reading to her news and advertisements from files of old papers, and listening to her interesting comments. Her memory was wonderful, and I have been able to corroborate some of her information in such a satisfactorary manner, that I take the balance as literally true. We would seat ourselves---the old lady taking a pinch of snuff, wiping her nose with a red silk handkerchief, holding her head aside, and then deftly using a handsome linen one conspicuously. The reading would then begin and the replies to queries be brought out, besides voluntary information.----[the memory of my old friend] is so complete, that I can safely venture considerable beyond my own times."
I visited the Stanley plot in the Presbyterian cemetery this morning and looked up the gravestone of Captain William Byrd Stanley's wife:
"In Memory of //Harriet Louisa Stanley//wife of//William B. Stanley//and daughter of//James D and Sarah Taylor Zimmerman//who departed this life//December 29, 1841 (gravestone so old I could not make out the last date here, but think it might say 1841)//in the 24th year of her age.//"Those who knew her best, loved her the most."
Obviously, the person recording the information you found omitted Harriet Louisa Zimmerman's name as she might have already been deceased.
It seems that Mary Stanley Howell was left a substantial estate by both her first and second marriages: Howell and Hendrick.
Thanks for the suggestions concerning Aunt Belle's journal. I'll tend to seeing it photographed ASAP.
Thanks, Marian Stanley (Amstucker@aol.com, To: roloda@knology.net May 11, 2005 Subject: Re: Aunt Belle's Journal) ["[Great] Aunt Belle" is Isabelle Ione Stanley Beard.]
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Charles HENDRIX and Laura LIDE




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       Father: Edgar D. LIDE, Jr. (1918-1975)
       Mother: Christine MIXON (1922-1973)




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Henry Franklin HENDRIX and Nancy Lee MITCHELL




Husband Henry Franklin HENDRIX 2612

         Born: Cir 1875
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Wife Nancy Lee MITCHELL 2612,2623

         Born: Abt 1878 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2623
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       Father: John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL (1826-1908) 2611,2612
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General Notes: Wife - Nancy Lee MITCHELL

"Child of Jeter [John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL] and Sarah [Sarah Blakely LARK]: Nancy Lee m. Henry Franklin HENDRIX."

"Nannie" age 2 is listed in the family in the 1880 census of Lexington County, South Carolina.
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Curtis Leonard HENNEN and Charlotte PALMER




Husband Curtis Leonard HENNEN

         Born: 31 March 1941 - Hockley County, Texas
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       Buried:  - Levelland Municipal Cemetery, Hockley County, Texas


       Father: George Ralph HENNEN, USN WWII (1913-1989)
       Mother: Mamie Lucille COOPER (1917-2008) 922


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General Notes: Husband - Curtis Leonard HENNEN

Curtis Leonard Hennen, son of George Ralph Hennen and Mammie [sic] Lucile Cooper, was born 30 March 1941 in Hockley County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

Curtis Hennen is named as a deceased son in the November 2008 obituary of Lucille Cooper Hennen.

HENNEN
CURTIS LENARD
AUGUST 19, 1970
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THOMPSON and Norma HENNEN




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       Father: George Ralph HENNEN, USN WWII (1913-1989)
       Mother: Mamie Lucille COOPER (1917-2008)




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David LEWIS and Tracy HENNEN




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Arthur Joseph HENRY and Martha I. RICE




Husband Arthur Joseph HENRY

         Born: August 1851 - Georgia
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       Buried:  - Oak Lawn Cemetery, Columbia County, Florida
     Marriage: 17 October 1888 - Suwannee County, Florida



Wife Martha I. RICE

          AKA: Birdie RICE, Mary E. RICE
         Born: October 1869 - Florida
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       Father: Judge John Wesley RICE (1833-1911) 994,995
       Mother: Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH (1838-1893) 902




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1 M Edward HENRY

         Born: September 1889 - Florida
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2 M Julius A. HENRY

         Born: October 1891 - Florida
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3 F May Bell HENRY

         Born: February 1893 - Florida
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4 M Patrick H. HENRY

         Born: July 1896 - Florida
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General Notes: Husband - Arthur Joseph HENRY

"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M3DT-QMY : accessed 28 September 2015), Arch J Henry, Precinct 10 Lake City town, Columbia, Florida, United States; citing sheet 7A, family 104, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,167.
HENRY Arch J. Head W M Aug 1851 48 M 11 GA GA GA Attorney
-- Birdie Wife W F Oct 1869 30 M 11 4 4 FL GA GA
-- Edward Son W M Sep 1889 10 S FL GA FL
-- Julius A. Son W M Oct 1891 8 S FL GA FL
-- May Bell Dau W F Feb 1894 6 S FL GA FL
-- Patrick H. Son W M July 1896 3 S FL GA FL

"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MVVB-18R : accessed 29 September 2015), A J Henry in household of Archibald Henry, Lake City, Columbia, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 50, sheet 3A, family 154, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,171.
Archibald Henry Head M 57 GA SC TN
Irene Henry Wife F 41 FL GA GA
Edward Henry Son M 20 FL GA FL
A J Henry Son M 18 FL GA FL
Mabel Henry Dau F 16 FL GA FL
Patrick Henry Son M 13 FL GA FL
Sara Henry Dau F 10 FL GA FL
Margaret Henry Dau F 7 FL GA FL
Julian Henry Son M 0 [sic] FL GA FL

Arthur Joseph Henry is buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Lake City, Columbia County, Florida.
Find A Grave Memorial# 9458629 lists his birth in 1851 and his death in 1919 and links to those for his parents, William Joseph Henry (1811 - 1873) and Sarah S. Hoge Henry (1819 - 1905) and numerous siblings. It also presents this undated newspaper clippping :
Attorney A. J. Henry Dead
With a large crowd present, the funeral of Mr. Arthur Joseph Henry took place from his residence on Monday afternoon at 2:30. Dr. Way of Jacksonville, who is an especial friend of the family came over to conduct the service... Mr. Henry was laid at rest in the family lot in Oak Lawn Cemetery... Mr. Henry was a native of Georgia and moved to this county when quite a young man and studied law in this city with the late Mr. King, and was admitted to the bar in this city in the year 1880, since which time he has been a legal light in this part of the State and from time to time had many local honors conferred upon him having been at one time chosen mayor of Lake City, served on the Board of Commissioners and served the city for some time as City Attorney... About 1887, he was married to Miss Birdie Rice, a daughter of the late Judge John W. Rice, for many years on the bench in Suwannee county. Three of his sons are in the service of the army, Edward in Detroit, and A. J., Jr., and Patrick both in France. Oother [sic] members of the family who survive him are his wife, three daughters, Mrs Mabel Pettingill of Virginia, and Misses Sara and Margaret Henry of this city and his little son, Julian, of this city, and two little grandsons, besides his brother, Mr. Wiliam [sic] Henry, and sister, Miss Kitty Henry of this city, and many nephews and nieces among whom are Mrs. Kate Shipp of this city and Mrs. John V. Hunter of this county. The pall bearers were Messers A. J. Moseley, F. F. Bardin, W. W. Phillips, M. L. Plympton, J. W. Perry and J. D. Crabb, and members of the bar serving as honorary pall-bearers were Judge W. M. Ives, Judge Guy Gillen and Messers G. O. Palmer, R. T. Boozer, J. B. Hodges and W. H. Wilson.


General Notes: Wife - Martha I. RICE

In the 1880 U.S. Census, .Martha I. RICE, age 12, is a daughter of John W. RICE and Harriet McIntosh. In the 1870 U.S. Census, she was listed as Mary E. RICE, age 2.

Martha was called "Birdie." Birdie Rice married A. J. [Arthur Joseph] Henry on 17 October 1888 in Swannee County, Florida. In the 1900 census of Lake City, Columbia County, Florida, Birdie Henry's birth is listed in Oct 1869. Her husband died in 1919.

"United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MNYZ-N9N : accessed 29 September 2015), Martha I Henry, Lake, Columbia, Florida, United States; citing sheet 10A, family 220, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,216.
Martha I. Henry Head F 51 Wd FL GA GA
Patrick Henry Son M 22 S FL GA FL
Sarah Henry Dau F 17 S FL GA FL
Margrett Henry Dau F 15 S FL GA FL
Julian Henry Son M 9 S FL GA FL
William H. D. Read Boarder M 72 M PA
Anna L. Read Wife F 67 M OH

Mrs Birdie Henry of Florida is named as a surviving sister in the 1936 obituary of Abbie Rice Miller.


Notes: Marriage

From the Marriage License dated 8 October 1888 in Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida:
"I Certify, that the within named A. J. Henry and Birdie Rice were by me, the undersigned duly united in the Holy Estate of Matrimony by the authority of the within License. Done this 17th day of October, A. D. 1888. D.W. Humphrey, M. E."

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Albert HOWELL, Jr. and Caro du Bibnon HENRY




Husband Albert HOWELL, Jr. 2555,3754

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       Father: Clark HOWELL, Sr. (1863-1936) 984
       Mother: Annie COMER (Abt 1871-      ) 2555,2556


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Claude HENRY and Willie M. SORRELLS




Husband Claude HENRY

         Born: 1890
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Wife Willie M. SORRELLS

         Born: 1892
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1 F Evelyn HENRY

         Born: 29 January 1919 - Polk County, Arkansas
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       Buried: 14 January 2010 - Bell Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas
       Spouse: TEC 5 Hoyle HALBERT, USA, WW II
         Marr: 1942 - St. Francis County, Arkansas



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Paul Edwin SULLIVAN and Elizabeth Eustiss HENRY




Husband Paul Edwin SULLIVAN

         Born: 6 June 1903 - Maryland
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       Father: Timothy Amiss SULLIVAN (1860-1938)
       Mother: Carrie Elizabeth DODGE (1864-1953) 551


     Marriage: 26 June 1926



Wife Elizabeth Eustiss HENRY

         Born: 16 December 1904 - Buena Vista, Virginia
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       Buried:  - Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia


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1 F Elizabeth Ann SULLIVAN

         Born: 1929 - District of Columbia
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       Spouse: HASKELL (living)
       Spouse: Richard KOEPSELL (living)


2 F Margaretta Conway SULLIVAN (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Paul Blakeney SULLIVAN (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Glen Hamilton SULLIVAN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Paul Edwin SULLIVAN

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRYW-BZ5 : accessed 9 November 2015), Paul E Sullivan, Arlington County, Arlington, Virginia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 7-23, sheet 8A, family 250, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 4246.
Paul E. Sullivan Head M 36 MD Proprietor Monuments and tombstones
Elizabeth E. Sullivan Wife F 35 VA
Elizabeth Ann Sullivan Dau F 11 DC
Margaretta Sullivan Dau F 8 DC
Paul B. Sullivan Son M 4 DC
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.

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

Paul Sullivan of Arlington, Virginia, is named as a brother in the July 1960 obituary of Charles C. Sullivan.

Paul E. Sullivan is named as a surviving brother in the August 26, 1973 obituary of Katherine B. Wicks.

Paul E. Sullivan is named as a surviving brother in the February 1977 obituary of Ruth S. Thomson.

Paul Edwin Sullivan is buried in Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 81145763:

SULLIVAN
PAUL EDWIN
JUNE 6, 1903 - MAY 8, 1983
ELIZABETH HENRY
DEC. 16, 1904 - OCT. 25, 2010


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Eustiss HENRY

Elizabeth H. Sullivan, a resident of Arlington and Spotsylvania counties, died early Monday morning at the home of Glen and Babet Sullivan. She was 105. A native of Buena Vista, she was the daughter of the Rev. John B. and Ann Conway Henry and grew up in Falls Church. Mrs. Sullivan was the widow of the late Paul E. Sullivan, an Arlington business owner, and was the mother of four children. She is survived by three of her children, Margaretta S. Smith of Ashburn, and Paul B. Sullivan and Glen H. Sullivan, both of Spotsylvania. The eldest of her children, Ann S. Haskell, 81, died three days earlier, on Oct. 22, at her home near Charlottesville. Additional survivors include 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, at Arlington Funeral Home, 3901 N. Fairfax Drive in Arlington. A service will be held Friday, Nov. 5, at 11 a.m. at Cherrydale United Methodist Church, at the corner of Lorcom Lane and Nellie Custis Drive in Arlington. Burial will follow in Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington. Mrs. Sullivan had been a member of the church, across the street from an earlier home, and had sung in its choir for many years.
[The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Virginia, Saturday, October 30, 2010; GenealogyBank.com (http://www.genealogybank.com/doc/obituaries/obit/1332EB26624C0B68-1332EB26624C0B68 : accessed 9 November 2015)]

A picture of Elizabeth Henry Sullivan's headstone in Columbia Gardens Cemetery is on Find A Grave Memorial# 81145819:

SULLIVAN
PAUL EDWIN
JUNE 6, 1903 - MAY 8, 1983
ELIZABETH HENRY
DEC. 16, 1904 - OCT. 25, 2010
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Jackson Neely HENRY




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Steven Morris WARD and Margaret Lanneau HENRY




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       Father: Thomas Anderson HENRY, USAAF, WWII (1917-2007)
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2 M Jess Steven WARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Michael JENSEN and Mary Charlotte HENRY




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       Father: Thomas Anderson HENRY, USAAF, WWII (1917-2007)
       Mother: Rosemary GOLUCKE (1920-2009)




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2 M Brian Thomas JENSEN (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert O. HENRY and Daisy Allene WALKER




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1 F Betty Jean HENRY 3118

         Born: 28 December 1937 - Georgia 3118
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Thomas Craig HENRY




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       Father: Thomas Anderson HENRY, USAAF, WWII (1917-2007)
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Charles D. HENSON and Ellen Jane HUME




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       Father: Walter Redmon HUME (1907-1967)
       Mother: Grace Irene PALMATARY (1911-1989)




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2 M Grag Dee HENSON (details suppressed for this person)

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Dr. Charles Arnold HENTZ and Cornellia MONROE




Husband Dr. Charles Arnold HENTZ

         Born: 1827
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Wife Cornellia MONROE

         Born: 1852
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1 F Robina HENTZ 33,2379

         Born: February 1879 - Florida 2379
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Burrell Brown HUTCHINSON and Amanda M. F. HERBERT




Husband Burrell Brown HUTCHINSON 477,478

         Born: 25 September 1800 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Colonel Thomas HUTCHINSON (      -Bef 1818) 424,477
       Mother: Mary COOK (1763-After 1830) 424


     Marriage: Abt 1825 - Butler County, Alabama



Wife Amanda M. F. HERBERT

         Born: 1807 - Georgia
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       Buried:  - Prairie Lea Cemetery, Washington County, Texas


       Father: Colonel John HERBERT (Abt 1760-Bef 1826) 424
       Mother: Delitha --?--




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1 F Elizabeth P. HUTCHINSON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Mary D. HUTCHINSON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Charlotte HUTCHINSON

         Born: March 1831 - Butler County, Alabama
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4 M James HUTCHINSON 4555

         Born: Abt 1833 - Butler County, Alabama 4555
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5 M John Herbert HUTCHINSON, CSA 478

         Born: 2 March 1836 - Butler County, Alabama 4556
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       Buried:  - Prairie Lea Cemetery, Washington County, Texas 4556
       Spouse: Lelia E. LOCKETT 4557,4558
         Marr: Abt 1858


6 M Julius HUTCHINSON 4555

         Born: Abt 1843 - Washington County, Texas 4555
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7 F Malvina HUTCHINSON 4555

         Born: Abt 1846 - Washington County, Texas 4555
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8 M George R. HUTCHINSON 4555,4558

         Born: Abt 1849 - Washington County, Texas 4555
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9 F Hillary P. HUTCHINSON 4555,4558

         Born: 1 January 1852 - Washington County, Texas
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General Notes: Husband - Burrell Brown HUTCHINSON

FAMILY RECORD FROM THE WADE BIBLE (ADAH)
Burral B. son of Thomas & Mary Hutchison was born 25 Sept 1800. [From Alexis Spiritas, 3/04/2009]

Burrell HUTCHINSON is named in the 1818 Will of his father Thomas HUTCHINSON. His bequeaths included:
"I give and bequeath unto my beloved Son Burrell Brown HUTCHISON when he arrives at the age of twenty one years, or marrys should he marry before he arrives at the age of twenty one years I give and bequeath unto him my Son Burrell Three Negroes of equal value of those given to my son Thomas, Mary and Rebecca, to be chosen out of the remaining part of my Negroes, also I give and bequeath unto my Son Burrell B. HUTCHINSON one third part of all my Landed Estate in South Carolina, to be delivered unto him when he comes of Age, or marrys, to be laid out unto him by my Executors Which Land together with the Three Negroes I give to him and his heirs forever."

1850 U.S. Census, Texas, Washington County; No Twp; Series: M432 Roll 916 Page 313:
464 464 B. B. HUTCHINSON 52 M Farmer GA;
Nancy " 48 F 10,000 NC;
T. P. " 21 M AL;
Wm. " 18 M Clerk AL;
John " 16 M AL;
S. B. " 12 M AL;
Hiram " 10 M TX;
M. E. " 14 F AL;
Nancy " 8 F TX;
Emiline " 6 F TX;
Margaret " 4 F TX;
Elmira " 2 F TX.
[Interesting that this census listing does not match well with th 1860 census. RLD]

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Washington County, Washington P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1307 Page: 215:
992 992 B. B. HUTCHINSON 59 M Farmer 17,350 38,500 SC;
Amanda " 53 F GA;
James " 27 M AL;
Julious " 17 M TX;
Malvina " 14 F TX;
George " 11 M TX;
Henry " 8 M TX;
Thomas WEBBER 30 M Overseer --- 175 NC.
Page: 177:
Burrell and Amanda's son John Herbert, indexed as "Hub" at Heritage Quest:
475 475 Herb HUTCHINSON 24 M Lawyer 5000 5000 AL;
Lelia " 17 F VA;
Kate " 1 F TX

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Washington County, Brenham P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1608 Page: 199:
227 227 HUCHINGSON [sic] B. B. 69 M W Farmer 20,000 1800 SC;
-- Am. S. M. 63 F W Keeping house GA;
-- G. R. 21 M W Farm laborer TX;
-- H. P. 18 Farm laborer TX.
Nearby:
219 219 HUTCHINGSON [sic] J. H. 32 M W Farmer 4000 1000 AL;
-- L. E. 28 F W Keeps house VA;
-- K. A. 10 F W At home TX;
-- L. J. 9 F W TX;
-- J. H. 7 M W TX;
-- B. S. 5 F W TX;
-- H. T. 3 M W TX;
-- Babe 4/12 F W TX.
These COOK families may be related.
231 231 COOK J. P. 40 M W Farmer AL;
-- Ann 30 F W Keeper house AL;
-- Ralf 18 M W At home AL;
-- Minnie 17 M [sic] W At home AL;
[Page: 200]
-- Molly 15 F W Attending school AL;
-- Caty 12 F W Attending school AL;
-- Howard 10 M W AL.
232 232 COOK Robert 18 M W Farmer AL;
-- Beulah 16 F W Keeper house AL.
235 235 COOK Thos. 22 M W Farm laborer AL.

Burrell Brown HUTCHINSON died in 1875.


General Notes: Wife - Amanda M. F. HERBERT

BIOGRAPHY OF AMANDA HERBERT - Prepared by: Alexis A. Spiritas September, 2000
Amanda Herbert was born between 2 June and 12 July 1807 in Georgia. She died 15 August 1888 in Brenham, Washington County, Texas, and was buried in Prairie Lea Cemetery. Between those dates, she led a most interesting life, leaving Georgia with her family at a young age to settle the newly opened territory of Alabama, and then moving, as a young bride with small children, to the Republic of Texas.
I believe that Amanda M. F. Herbert was the daughter of John Herbert and Delitha (Stanton?) Tyson Herbert. Circumstantial evidence suggest this to be true. By about 1794, John Herbert and his wife, Sarah (Cook?) Herbert were living in Hancock County, GA, as were Delitha Tyson and her husband Job. Delitha and Job had probably moved from Pitt County, NC, while John and Sarah Cook Herbert came from Fairfield County, SC, with Sarah?s father and brothers. By 1803, Job had died, and it appears that Sarah died sometime between 1799 and 1806 when John had married the widow, Delitha Tyson.
As described above, Amanda M. F. Herbert was born in June or July of 1807 in Georgia. Certainly that set of facts alone does not convincingly place her in the family of John and Delitha. However, as early as October, 1821, John Herbert (possibly representing Delitha) and the children of Job and Delitha Tyson were sued by Green and William Williamson, administrators on the estate of Zerobable Williamson, decd. Although the exact nature of the case is unclear from existing records, the case continued for a number of years. It was finally dismissed in 1828, but by the October Term 1826, Malvina Fluellen Herbert had been made a party to the case. If Amanda M. F. Herbert is actually Malvina Fluellen Herbert, as I believe, she would only be about 19 years old when this occurs. It suggests that perhaps Delitha has died and that Malvina has some amount of money coming from Delitha?s estate (as would John Herbert), which came in part from the estate of Job Tyson, thus making her relevant to the lawsuit.
There is additional circumstantial evidence to support this hypothesis. By January 1818, John Herbert has bought land in Butler County, AL, and is soon living there. Living next door to John Herbert is the widow of Thomas Hutchinson, Mary (Cook?) Hutchinson, the sister of Sarah (Cook?) Herbert. Mary and Thomas Hutchinson?s youngest son, Burrell Brown Hutchinson, who was living with his mother Mary in Butler County, AL, becomes the husband of Amanda M. F. Herbert. Burrell and Amanda named their first son John Herbert Hutchinson. They also named a daughter Malvina.
Further research can always be done, but based on the facts found to date, a reasonable case can be made that Amanda M. F. Herbert Hutchinson was the child of John Herbert and Delitha (Stanton?) Tyson Herbert.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Washington County, Pct 1; Series: T9 Roll: 1331 Page: 20:
6 5 HUTCHINSON A. M. F. W F 72 Wd Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- G. R. W M 30 Son S Farmer TX GA GA;
-- H. P. W M 28 Son S Farmer TX GA GA.
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Benjamin Pearson HERBERT and Ella M. SADLER




Husband Benjamin Pearson HERBERT 90,3793

         Born: Abt 1842 - Alabama 3793
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 March 1913
       Buried: 


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


     Marriage: 4 December 1880 - Lowndesboro, Lowndes County, Alabama



Wife Ella M. SADLER 985

         Born: Abt 1845 - Alabama 985
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Milton SADLER (Abt 1812-      ) 985
       Mother: Elizabeth Temperance COOK (Abt 1822-      ) 985




Children

General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Pearson HERBERT

*HERBERT, Benjamin P. (Private, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Benjamin P. Herbert was born about 1843 and died March 16, 1913 the son of Martha Womack and Edward H. Herbert. Benjamin was living with his sister, Mary Ellen Herbert Cook. Benjamin married December 4, 1880 in Lowndesboro, Lowndes County Alabama to Ella Sadler born about 1850 the daughter of Elizabeth Temperance Cook and John Milton Sadler. Sources: Carolyn Golowka ; James McFerrin Key (http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcwroot/6th_alabama_inf/roster/6th_ala/m.htm)
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Curtis Burke HERBERT and Catherine LEWIS




Husband Curtis Burke HERBERT 4407

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Catherine LEWIS 4407

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Kate HERBERT 4407

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas James JUDGE 4406,4407



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Duke Hessee HERBERT and Ruby Ann TURNER




Husband Duke Hessee HERBERT 918

         Born: April 1895 - Texas 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Robert Cook HERBERT (1855-1909) 919,920
       Mother: Emma J. HUTCHISON (1857-1938) 920


     Marriage: Abt 1910



Wife Ruby Ann TURNER 921

         Born: 1894 - Illinois 921
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Duke Hessee HERBERT, Jr.

         Born: 28 July 1916 - Harris County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 1919 - Texas
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas



2 F Josephine May HERBERT (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Robert Cook HERBERT 4559

         Born: 26 February 1920 - Harris County, Texas 4559
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Duke Hessee HERBERT

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Harris County, Houston; Series: T625 Roll: 1812 Page: 72: Preston Ave 2903 470 496 HERBERT Duke H. Head M W 24 M TX AL AL manager Auto Co.; -- Ruby Wife F W 25 M IL OH IL; -- Josephine Dau F W 26/12 S TX TX IL; -- Iris Sister F W 30 S TX AL AL.
Six homes away is Duke's mother, brother Sam, and sister Emma T. HERBERT.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas Nacogdoches County, Nacogdoches; Series: T626 Roll: 2379 Page: 19: Mound St 801 157 162 HERBERT Duke Head M W 34 M 20 TX AL AL Dealer Ford automobiles; -- Ruby Wife F W 34 M 20 IL OH IL; -- Josephine Dau F W 12 S TX TX IL; -- Cook Son M W 10 S TX TX IL; -- Emmie Mother F W 72 Wd AL TN AL


General Notes: Wife - Ruby Ann TURNER

Ruby Ann TURNER married Duke Hessee HERBERT. She is named as the mother of Josephine HERBERT on her 5 August 1917 birth certificate, Harris County, Texas.
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Capt. Edward Hampton HERBERT, CSA and Martha M. WOMACK




Husband Capt. Edward Hampton HERBERT, CSA 90

         Born: 9 January 1800 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 90
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 February 1877 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Sharpe HERBERT (1773-1833)
       Mother: Elizabeth HAMPTON (Cir 1775-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1824 - Butler County, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Louisa CRENSHAW



Wife Martha M. WOMACK 1830

         Born: 8 December 1808 - Hancock County, Georgia 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 May 1848 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1830
       Buried:  - Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: John WOMACK (Cir 1785-      ) 1830
       Mother: Sarah --?-- (Cir 1785-      ) 1830




Children
1 M John Hampton HERBERT 1830

         Born: 19 September 1825 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 October 1852 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1830
       Buried:  - Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama



2 F Mary Ellen HERBERT 90

         Born: 21 March 1829 - Alabama 90
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 October 1899
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Phillip Henry COOK 1560
         Marr: 17 February 1858 - Lowndes County, Alabama


3 M Edward H. HERBERT 90

         Born: Abt 1831 - Alabama 90
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M George Womack HERBERT 90

         Born: Abt 1833 - Alabama 90
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nancy GIBSON


5 F Sarah E. HERBERT 90

         Born: September 1836 - Alabama 90,3330
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 June 1900 3330
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


6 M Capt. Thomas Sharpe HERBERT, CSA 90,4338

         Born: 6 November 1836 - Lowndes County, Alabama 90,4338
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 January 1899 - Montgomery County, Alabama 4338
       Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama 4338
       Spouse: Emma Alwilder FRAZIER (living)


7 M Cpl. LaFayette HERBERT, CSA 90

         Born: 5 August 1839 - Alabama 89
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 September 1919 - Roger Mills County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - White Rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma
       Spouse: Laura H. JONES 91
         Marr: 7 March 1866 - Fort Bend, Texas


8 M Albert Nolan HERBERT, CSA 90

         Born: 1840 - Alabama 90
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1870
       Buried: 



9 M Benjamin Pearson HERBERT 90,3793

         Born: Abt 1842 - Alabama 3793
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 March 1913
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ella M. SADLER 985
         Marr: 4 December 1880 - Lowndesboro, Lowndes County, Alabama


10 F Harriet Ann HERBERT 90

         Born: Abt 1845 - Alabama 90
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1885
       Buried: 



11 F Martha C. HERBERT 1830

         Born: Bef 1848 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama 1830




General Notes: Husband - Capt. Edward Hampton HERBERT, CSA

"HERBERT, EDWARD HAMPTON, planter, was born January 9, 1800, at Fairfield Village. Fairfield District, S. C., and died February 20. 1877 at Hayneville; son of Thomas Sharpe and Elizabeth (Hampton) Herbert, who lived at Fairfield District, S. C., and later moved to Alabama, near Manningham, Butler County, the former of whom was a native of Virginia was sheriff of Fairfield District, S. C., and died at Manningham; grandson of Thomas Sharpe Herbert, ... [erroneous and/or unproven ancestry deleted. RLD]. He was educated In the schools of South Carolina and on moving to Alabama became a planter in Butler County. He served as clerk of the circuit court of that county, 1822-1826; was a planter and merchant at Hayneville, Lowndes County 1836-1877; and was register in chancery at that place 1839-1865. He was a member of the State militia at Greenville during his residence m Butler County. He was a Democrat and an Episcopalian, serving as steward in the church. Married: in 1824, in Butler County to Martha, daughter of John and Sarah (Lewis) Womack, who lived at Manningham, Butler County the former of whom moved from Virginia to Hancock County, Ga., where he was married and later moved to Butler County. Children: 1. John Hampton, d. at the age of twenty-flye years; 2 Henry Macon, unmarried, d. at the age of seventy-one years; 3. Mary Ellen, m. Judge Philip Henry Cook, lived at Hayneville. d. at aKe of seventy years; 4. Edward Mitchell, d. at the age of twenty years; 5. George Womack, m. Nancy Gibson of Louisiana, lived at Hayneville. d at the age of seventy-one years; 6. Sarah Elizabeth, Montgomery; 7. Thomas Sharpe, m. Emma Alwilder Frazier of Montgomery, d. at age of sixty-two years, wife living in Montgomery; 8. Lafayette, m. Laura Jones, of Richmond, Tex., living at Rankin, Okla.; 9. Albert Nolan, d. at age of thirty years; 10. Benjamin Preston, m. Ella Sadler, d. at age of seventy years, wife living at Prattville; 11. Harriett Ann, m. Angus Gilchrist d. at age of forty; 12. Martha Caroline, d. in childhood. Last residence: Hayneville." [History of Alabama and dictionary of Alabama biography, Volume 3, By Thomas McAdory Owen, Marie Bankhead Owen, p. 798]
"Edward Hampton and Martha (Womack) Herbert, of Fairfield District, S. C., who removed to Butler County, in 1818, and to Lowndes County, in 1836." [Ibid, p. 800]

In the book Lowndes Court House, by Midred Brewer Russell, pages 115 & 116, is the following: "A Patriotic Family: - Captain E. H. Herbert, of this place, has five sons in the service of the Confederate States - one in Texas, one in Mississippi, and three in the Hayneville Guards. And the old gentleman himself, thought upwards of sixty says he can and will fight like a young man for our glorious cause, when his country shall need his services." Thomas S. Herbert is generally accredited with the organization of the Hayneville Guards and all three sons were on the original roster. (http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcwroot/6th_alabama_inf/roster/6th_ala/m.htm)

1830 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 2 Page: 290:
Line 3 Edward H. HERBERT 2 . . 1 1 . . . || 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Reads: 2 males under 5 (John H. & unknown); 1 male 15-20 (unknown); 1 male 20-30 (Edward H.); 1 female under 5 (Mary Ellen); 1 female 20-30 ( Martha M.).

Martha died in 1848.

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Lowndes District; Series: M432 Roll: 8 Page: 103: 2 2 E. H. HERBERT 50 M Reporter in Chancery 700 SC; Mary E. 21 F AL; Edward H. 19 M AL; George W. 17 M AL; Sarah E. 15 F AL; Thomas S. 14 M AL; Lafayette 12 M AL; Albert N. 10 M AL; Benjamin P. 7 M AL; Harriet A. 5 F AL.
(http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/al/lowndes/1850/pg0103a.txt)
Two households away is Thomas J. JUDGE, 34, and family. Thomas' wife is a granddaughter of Capt. John COOK of Hancock County, Georgia.
Curiously, there is a George HERBERT, 17, in the household of Noland, 39, and Jane, 28, WOMACK in the 1850 census of neighboring Butler County, Alabama. Noland is a school teacher. Was Noland instructing George, son of his deceased sister, Martha Womack HERBERT? This may be a second listing for George Womack HERBERT.
Similarly, George's sister, Sarah E. HERBERT, 14, is also listed in the household of her uncle Thomas E. HERBERT, also a school teacher. All reside in Lowndes County, Alabama.

Edward remarried on 5 February 1860: "Herbert, Edward H(ampton) DeBARD, Louisa Feb 05, 1860 3 422 SHAVER, F. L. B. MG. Bond co-signed by R. H. LEE (Louisa CRENSHAW married first Sam K. DAVENPORT on May 2, 1827 in Montgomery County; she married 2nd Thomas DeBard on October 4, 1849) to Lowndes County" [ Marriage Records 1818 - 1845, Dallas, Alabama, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/dallas/vitals/marriages/1818-1845.txt]

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Hayneville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 14 Page: 490: 38 36 E. H. HERBERT 60 M Register in Chancery 4700 12,870 SC; Louisa " 49 F SC; Sarah E. " 26 F AL; Thomas S. " 24 M Clerk AL; Benj. P. " 17 AL; H. A. " 15 F AL; Susan CRANSHAW [CRENSHAW] 80 F 500 --- SC. Susan is Edward's mother-in-law.
Next door is the family of James MEADOWS, 60, and Ellen Amelia DANIEL, 49, a cousin to the DANIELL family of Hancock/Baldwin County, Georgia.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Manack P O; Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 197: 33 33 HERBERT Edward H. 70 M W Insurance agent 800 1400 SC; [next page, 198] HERBERT Louisa 60 F W Keeping house 1900 1035 SC; -- Sarah E. 35 F W W/o occupation AL; BELL Laura J. 11 F W At home AL.


General Notes: Wife - Martha M. WOMACK

"HERBERT, Mrs. Martha M., b. 12-8-1808, d. 5-5-1848, wife of Edw. H., and dau. of Sarah and John WOMACK, b. Hancock Co., GA" [Hayneville Cemetery, Contributed by Cheryl H. Harrell, Lowndes County , Alabama, July 1997, http://www.trackingyourroots.com/data/lowndes2.htm]
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Benjamin MICOU and Ella HERBERT




Husband Benjamin MICOU (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Ella HERBERT 4560

         Born: 1869 - Alabama 4560
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Major Hilary Abner HERBERT, CSA, Member of Congress (1834-1919) 425,4560
       Mother: Ella Betty SMITH (Abt 1847-1885) 4560,4561




Children

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Thomas B. HERBERT and Emmie T. HERBERT




Husband Thomas B. HERBERT 4562

         Born: 28 February 1877 - Alabama 4562
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 June 1936 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 22 June 1936 - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas
     Marriage: Abt 1905 3817



Wife Emmie T. HERBERT 918

         Born: 1 January 1882 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 January 1948 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 11 January 1948 - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas


       Father: Robert Cook HERBERT (1855-1909) 919,920
       Mother: Emma J. HUTCHISON (1857-1938) 920




Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas B. HERBERT

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Harris County, Houston; Series: T625 Roll: 1812 Page: 71: Conquest[?] Pass 2802 464 490 HERBERT Thos B. Head M W 42 M AL AL AL Fireman Railroad; -- Emmie Wife F W 38 M TX AL AL; -- Emmie Mother-in-law F W 63 Wd AL TN AL; [next page, 72] -- Sam B. Brother-in-law M W 27 M TX AL AL Merchant Auto; -- Gladys Sister-in-law F W 25 M TX TX TX Bookkeeper Oil Co.; WOOLDRIDGE [sic] Annie Cousin F W 27 S TX TN GA Bookkeeper Furniture Co.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Harris County, Houston; Series: T626 Roll: 2345 Page: 186:
621 683 HERBERT Thomas B. Head 4,000 M W 53 M 28 AL AL AL Locomotive engineer Railroad;
-- Emmie Wife F W 48 M 23 TX AL AL.

Thomas and Emma may not have had children.

Thomas B. HERBERT, born 28 February 1877 in Alabama, died 21 June 1936 in Houston, Harris County, Texas at age 59 years 3 months 23 days. He was a son of T. S. HERBERT and Emma FRAZIER, both born in Alabama. He was a "Trainman" and was survived by his wife, Mrs. T.B. [Emma T.] HERBERT.
Thomas was buried on 22 June 1936 in Willis, Texas. [Texas Deaths, 1890-1976FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2116936; Digital Film Number: 4166730; Image Number: 2822; Reference Number: Item 6 cn 31202]

Thomas B. HERBERT is buried in Willis Cemetery, Willis, Montgomery County, Texas. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 65299641 created by Bobby and Carol Babin E... on Feb 07, 2011:

1 THOMAS B. HERBERT 1
8 HUSBAND OF 9
7 EMMIE HERBERT 3
7 6


General Notes: Wife - Emmie T. HERBERT

Emmie T. HERBERT, born 1 Jan 1882 in Texas, died 10 Jan 1948 in Houston, Harris County, Texas at age 66 years 9 days. She was buried on 11 January 1948 in Willis, Texas. Emmie T. was the daughter of Robert C. HERBERT and Emmie HUTCHISON, both born in Alabama. She was a widow who resided in Houston, Harris County, Texas. [FamilySearch.org: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976; Film Number: 2218829;
Digital Film Number: 4181458; Image Number: 2910; Reference Number: cn2467]

Emmie T. HERBERT is buried in Willis Cemetery, Willis, Montgomery County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 65299694 created by Bobby and Carol Babin E...on Feb 07, 2011:

1 1
8 EMMIE T. HERBERT 9
8 4
2 8

Oran M. Roberts, Chapter 440, United Daughters of the Confederacy®, Houston, Harris County, Texas: Memorial Tribute
Emma (Emmie) T. Herbert Herbert
Resolution
As the flowers bloom and fade away so does life in all it's splendor yield unto the power that gave it an it too must pass away; Therefore, but it resolved that:
WHEREAS, the Oran M. Roberts Chapter suffered an irreparable loss in the passing of our beloved member, Mrs. Emmy Herbert, and
WHEREAS, the memory of her dear presence shall always be with us in our endeavor to make happy her friends known that she would have us carry on until all are called to have one grand reunion with God;
WHEREFORE, the Oran M. Roberts Chapter rededicates it's self to the accomplishments of this noble cause;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to each of Mrs. Herberts' brothers and a copy be spread on the minutes of our chapter.
Respectfully submitted
Mrs. W. T. Robersau, Chairman
Mrs. W. E. West, President
Mrs. B. B. Knolle
NOTE: Emma (Emmie) T. Herbert - daughter of Robert Cook Herbert and Emma (Emmie) J. Hutchinson - born: 1 Jan 1882 in Coldsprings, San Jacinto Co., TX - died: 10 Jan 1946 in Houston, Harris Co., TX - burial: Willis, Montgomery Co., TX - Spouse: Thomas B. Herbert
She joined the Oran M. Roberts Chapter on 8 June 1916 on the service of the following:
(1) grandfather, John S. Herbert, rank and unit unspecified, who was a POW at Island No. 10
(2) great-uncle, Philemon Thomas (P. T.) Herbert, Lt. Col., Commanding Officer, 7th Cavalry Regt. (7th Mounted Volunteers), TX
(3) great-uncle, Robert Nathan Cook, Capt., Co. G, 13th Infantry Regt., GA who was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor
(4) cousin, Hilery Abner Herbert, Colonel, 8th Infantry Regt., AL, who was also U.S. Congressman, Secretary of the Navy during Pres. Cleveland's Administration
(5) cousin, Joe Green, rank and unit unspecified who was killed-in-action during the Battle of Seven Pines
(6) cousin, John Herbert Kelly, Brig. Gen., Commanding Officer, both 8th Infantry Regt, AR and the 9th Infantry Regt., AR who attended West Point, Class of 1861, resigned 12/29/1860
(7) cousin, Thomas S. Herbert, Capt., unit unspecified who lost one leg at the Battle of Seven Pines
She served as the Chapter President during 1925-1927.
[http://www.geocities.com/lks_friday/UDC/UDC-042.htm]
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George H. PERRY and Hattie HERBERT




Husband George H. PERRY

         Born: 2 July 1874 - Nova Scotia, Canada
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 October 1940 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Hollywood Cemetery, Harris County, Texas
     Marriage: 



Wife Hattie HERBERT 91

         Born: 7 November 1868 - Alabama 91
   Christened: 
         Died: 1958 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Hollywood Cemetery, Harris County, Texas


       Father: Cpl. LaFayette HERBERT, CSA (1839-1919) 90
       Mother: Laura H. JONES (1845-1920) 91




Children

General Notes: Husband - George H. PERRY

George H. PERRY married Hattie HERBERT. They are buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of George's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 64599901 created by Susann on Jan 23, 2011:

GEORGE H. PERRY
1874 - 1940

The memorial lists his birth on Jul. 2, 1874 in Nova Scotia, Canada, and his death on Oct. 19, 1940 in Houston, Harris County, Texas. He was in the real estate business in Houston and was survived by his wife, Hettie.


General Notes: Wife - Hattie HERBERT

Hettie Herbert married George H. PERRY. They are buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of Hettie''s headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 64602881 created by Susann on Jan 24, 2011:

HETTIE HERBERT
PERRY
1868 - 1958

The memorial lists her birth on Nov. 7, 1868 in Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas, and her death on Dec. 2, 1958 in Houston, Harris County, Texas.

Hettie Perry, age 90, was born in Texas to Lafayette Herbert and Laura Jones. Her father was born in Alabama and her mother, in Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband, George, and the informant for her death certificate was Dorothy Herbert Wilder).
[Texas Deaths, 1890-1976: FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2115623, Digital Film Number: 4166750, Image Number: 2042, Reference Number: File No. 68475]

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Major Hilary Abner HERBERT, CSA, Member of Congress and Ella Betty SMITH




Husband Major Hilary Abner HERBERT, CSA, Member of Congress 425,4560

         Born: 12 March 1834 - South Carolina 4560
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 March 1919
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama 4563


       Father: Thomas Edward HERBERT (Abt 1805-      ) 425
       Mother: Dorothy Teague YOUNG (Abt 1807-      ) 425


     Marriage: Abt 1867



Wife Ella Betty SMITH 4560,4561

         Born: Abt 1847 - Alabama 4560
   Christened: 
         Died: 1885 - Washington, District of Columbia 4561
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama 4561


Children
1 F Leila HERBERT 4560

         Born: 12 February 1868 - Alabama 4560
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 December 1897 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama



2 F Ella HERBERT 4560

         Born: 1869 - Alabama 4560
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Benjamin MICOU (living)


3 M Lt. Hilary Abner HERBERT, USMC

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 August 1916 - Colorado
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - Major Hilary Abner HERBERT, CSA, Member of Congress

"HERBERT, HILARY ABNER, lawyer, Colonel C. S. Army, representative in congress, secretary of the navy department and author, was born at Laurens, Laurens County. S. C., March 12, 1834, and died March 6, 1919, while on a visit to Tampa, Fla.; son of Thomas Edward and Dorothy Teague (Young) Herbert (q. v.). Col. Herbert received his early education in the town schools of Laurens, S. C., and at Greenville. He enterel the University of Alabama in October, 1852, and the following year left the institution because of the "Doby Rebellion." In October, 1854, he entered the University of Virginia from which he graduated in Latin and moral philosophy the same session. Before completing the entire course of study he withdrew on account of broken health. In the fall of 1856 he began reading law under the supervision of Judge J. K. Henry at Greenville, and at the end of five months, after examination by Chief Justice A. J. Walker and Judge George W. Stone, was admitted to the bar by the supreme court. In March of 1857 he began the practice in Greenville, in partnership with Samuel Adams; in 1872 removed to Montgomery and joined in the practice with Col. Virgil Murphey as Herbert and Murphey; in 1874 became a member of the firm of Clopton, Herbert and Chambers; and after retiring from political life practiced law in Washington, D. C. with his son-in-law, Benjamin Micou.
His Confederate service began early. in anticipation of secession, Gov. Andrew B. Moore ordered several companies of State troops to Mobile and Pensacola to occupy the forts at those points. Under these orders he served as a second lieutenant in the "Greenville Guards" at Pensacola in January and February, 1861. He became captain of this company when it entered the Confederate service at Richmond, Va., in May, 1861, on the formation of the Eighth Alabama infantry regiment. On May 5. 1861, he was promoted major; June 1861, lieutenant colonel; and on May 3, 1862, colonel of the regiment. The Eighth regiment was in the Army of Northern Virginia, and fought in all the battles from Yorktown to Fair Oaks. Here he was wounded and captured, but within two months was exchanged. He fought at Second Manassas, Fredericksburg, Salem Heights, Antietam, Gettysburg and the Wilderness. Here he was desperately wounded and carried from the field by his men. In 1864, in consequence of his wounds, he retired from the active military service.
One of the most notable contributions to the welfare of his state and country was his arduous and effective work in reconstruction days when control of the South was regained and put into the hands of the intelligent, class again.
In 1877 he was elected to congress from the second district, of which Montgomery is the principal city; and was returned at each election from that date to 1893. He served on the committees of the judiciary, ways and means and naval affairs, and on the scientific bureau of the government and while on the judiciary committee he had the jury law of the country changed to that now in existence. His service on the naval committee was well known and culminated in his work as secretary of the navy. His seat in the 47th congress was contested by Paul Strobach. He engaged Col. Robert Ingersoll to address the committee on elections in his behalf. Col. Herbert replied for himself and the committee, although with Republican majority, rejected the contest. He was chairman of the committee on naval affairs during the 49th, 50th, and 51st congresses. The rebuilding of the American navy began under his leadership, and it was his statesmanlike and non-partisan activities in this work that brought the American navy up to the fighting strength demonstrated during the Spanish-American War. While chairman of the naval affairs committee he secured the passage of an appropriation of $20,000,000 in a twenty minute presentation of the facts. In 1893 President Cleveland invited Col. Herbert to become secretary of the navy and during his administration in this position there were commissioned the Indiana, Massachusetts, Oregon, Maine, Texas, New York, Brooklyn, Amphitrite, Monadnock, Terror, Katahdin, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Columbia, Minneapolis, Olympia, Detroit, Marblehead, Montgomery, Castine, Machias and Puritan, all of which had been authorized by acts originating in the committee on naval affairs while he was on that committee. It will thus be seen that of the six vessels belonging regularly to the navy which fought at Manila, May 1, 1898, all except the Boston originated in the committee of which he was a member, and that all the ships that fought at Santiago, July 3, 1898, except the converted yacht Gloucester, were authorized in the committee of which Col. Herbert was a member, or afterwards commissioned by him as secretary of the navy. When holding this latter position he notified congress that the two American armor plate manufacturers were in a combination to extort unreasonable prices for armor. Congress required him to investigate, and after taking personal charge of the inquiry, including investigations in Europe he made a report showing that the armor plate manufacturers of the world were in a combine to hold up prices. He showed what a fair price should be, with the result that the next order for armor plate made by the government was more than 75% below the price asked by the manufacturers prior to Secretary Herbert's investigations. He was joint author of "Why the Solid South, or Reconstruction by Eyewitnesses," author of "The Abolition Crusade and Its Consequences," 1890; and of numerous magazine articles of a political, historical, and sociological character. He was a Democrat, a Mason; and a member of the Protestant Episcopal church, having served as vestryman of St. Thomas church, Green
ville, in the Church of the Epiphany, Washington. Married: in Selma, April 23, 1867, to Ella Bettie, daughter of Washington and Susan (Parker) Smith. Mrs. Herbert was a woman of beauty and intellect, and was noted for her accomplishments and charities. She was viceregent for Alabama of the Ladies Mount Vernon association, and after her death the position was left vacant until her daughter, Leila, was of sufficient maturity to fill it. Children: 1. Leila (q. v.) deceased; 2. Ella, m. Benjamin Micou (q. v.), now of Washington, D. C.; 3. Hilary Abner, jr., lieutenant U. S. marine corps, deceased, Washington. Last residence: Washington, D. C." [History of Alabama and dictionary of Alabama biography, Volume 3, By Thomas McAdory Owen, Marie Bankhead Owen, p. 798-799]

The destroyer USS Herbert (DD-160) was named in honor of Secretary Herbert.

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County,
215/215 Thomas E. Herbert 40 m school teacher 40000 SC *NOTE: The names for 215/215 have the words "Boarding House" written down the side of them.
Dorothy 43 f
Hilery 16 m student
Aurelia 14 f
Emma 12 f
Theodore 7 f
Flora 5 f
Octavia 2 f AL
Rebecca Yong 62 f SC
James 4 m
Mary Gideon 16 f AL
Sarah Herbert 15 f
216/216 James Williams 23 m merchant 2000
Elizabeth 17 f
220/220 Hilary Herbert 62 m physician 1800 SC
Abagail 53 f
George 24 m physician AL
Frances 17 f
Cornelia 14 f
224/224 James D. Herbert 26 m farmer 7000
Mary 22 f
247/247 George B. Herbert 50 m physician 3000 SC
Elizabeth 29 f AL
Richard 18 m farmer GA
Ann 16 f
Jane 8 f AL
S????? 5 f
Ada 4 f
Emma 2 f
248/248 Curtis B. Herbert 25 m physician SC
Catherine 21 f AL
[http://www.trackingyourroots.com/data/1850butl.htm]

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Pct 12, Geenville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 3 Page: 283:
2006 2006 Thos E. HERBERT 56 M Reciever at land office 5000 22,000 SC;
A. J.? HERBERT 22 F SC;
D.? HERBERT 17 F SC;
F. HERBERT 15 F SC;
O. HERBERT 12 F AL;
H. A. HERBERT 25 M Lawyer --- 1500 SC;
J. A. YOUNG 14 M SC;
Rebeca [sic] YOUNG 74 F --- 2900 SC.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Greenville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 5 Page: 414:
221 221 HERBERT Hillary 36 M W Lawyer 6500 2500 SC;
-- Ella 23 F W Keeping house AL;
-- Lela 2 F W At home AL;
-- Ella 9/12 F W At home AL;
KEIFFER Laura 16 F W Servant AL;
CRENSHAW Jane 18 F W Servant AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Ward 3, Montgomery; Series: T9 Roll: 26 Page: 129:
156 156 HERBERT H. A. W M 46 M Lawyer & M of Congress AL AL AL;
-- E. H. W F 33 Wife M AL AL AL;
-- Leila W F 12 Dau S AL AL AL;
-- Ella W F 10 Dau S AL AL AL;
-- H. A. Jnr. W M 2 Son S AL AL AL



Find A Grave Memorial# 6005916
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Curtis Herbert JUDGE and Iris HERBERT




Husband Curtis Herbert JUDGE

         Born: 12 September 1885 - Butler County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1937 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 19 January 1937 - Butler County, Alabama


       Father: Thomas James JUDGE (Abt 1859-      ) 4406,4407
       Mother: Kate HERBERT (      -      ) 4407


     Marriage: 6 May 1920 - Harris County, Texas



Wife Iris HERBERT 918

         Born: 29 November 1890 - Texas 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 August 1947 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 21 August 1947 - Butler County, Alabama


       Father: Robert Cook HERBERT (1855-1909) 919,920
       Mother: Emma J. HUTCHISON (1857-1938) 920




Children
1 M Curtis H. JUDGE, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - Curtis Herbert JUDGE

1930 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jefferson County, Homewood, Enumeration District Number: 166, Family Number: 12, Sheet Number and Letter: 1A, Line Number: 44, NARA Publication: T626, roll 31, Film Number: 2339766, Digital Folder Number: 4531782, Image Number: 01050:
Curtis H Judge
Gender: Male
Age: 43
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Alabama
Estimated Birth Year: 1887
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Alabama
Mother's Birthplace: Alabama
Curtis H Judge M 43
Iris H Judge F 38
Curtis H Judge M 5

"Curtis H. Judge, 51, died suddenly Monday at his home in Texas. He was a former native of Greenville. He was the Grandson of the late Col. Hillary A. Herbert, former secretary of the Navy, and was a brother of former State senator Thomas Judge of Birmingham. He was associated with his Uncle C.B. Herbert in the drug business at Greenville at one time. Mr. Judge is survived by his widow who was Miss Iris Herbert and one son, Curtis H. Judge, Jr." (The Butler County News, 1914-1937 Assorted, January 21st, 1937)

Texas Deaths, 1890-1976:
Name: Curtis Herbert Judge
Death Date: 18 Jan 1937
Death Place: Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Gender: Male
Race: White
Death Age: 51 years 4 months 6 days
Birth Date: 12 Sep 1885
Birthplace: Greenville, Alabama
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Iris Herbert Judge
Father's Name: Thomas J. Judge
Father's Birthplace: Greenville, Alabama
Mother's Name: Kate Herbert
Mother's Birthplace: Greenville, Alabama
Occupation: Travelling Salesman
Place of Residence:
Cemetery:
Burial Place: Greenville, Alabama
Burial Date: 19 Jan 1937
[FamilySeach.org: Film Number: 2117125, Digital Film Number: 4166724, Image Number: 1591, Reference Number: 1487]


General Notes: Wife - Iris HERBERT

Iris HERBERT was a daughter of Robert Cook HERBERT and Emma J. HUTCHISON. Iris' death certificate lists her mother as "Emmie WATERS." The 1900 census lists her birth as "Nov 1889."

In 1920, Iris HERBERT, age 30 and single, lives in the home of her brother, Duke HERBERT in Harris County, Texas.

Iris HERBERT married Curtis Herbert JUDGE. Their son Curtis Herbert JUDGE, Jr, was born about 1925.

Texas Deaths, 1890-1976: Iris Herbert JUDGE, born 29 November 1890 in Texas, died 21 August 1947 in Houston, Harris County, Texas at age 57 years 8 months 22 days and was buried 21 Aug 1947 in Greenville, Alabama. She was a widow residing in Houston at the time of her death. Iris was a daughter of R. C. HERBERT and Emmie WATERS. [FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2218651, Digital Film Number: 4031415, Image Number: 2108, Reference Number: 34303]


Notes: Marriage

C. H. JUDGE married Iris Herbert on 6 May 1920 in Harris County, Texas. [Texas Marriages, 1837-1973: FamilySearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00028-3, System Origin: Texas-EASy, Source Film Number: 25244, Reference Number: cn 46781]
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John HERBERT and Harriet WATERS




Husband John HERBERT 3815

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Wife Harriet WATERS 3815

         Born: 4 November 1806 - Newberry County, South Carolina 3815
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         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: HAWTHORNE 3815


Children
1 F Elizabeth HERBERT 3815

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2 F Margaret HERBERT 3815

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3 M Lt. Col. Philemon Thomas HERBERT, CSA 3815

         Born: 1825 - Pine Apple, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 1864 - Kingston, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


4 M John I. HERBERT, CSA 919

          AKA: John T. HERBERT 3815
         Born: Abt 1829 - Alabama 919
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1865 - the War Between the States 2971
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha Pearson COOK 919,2971
         Marr: 4 September 1850 - Mobile County, Alabama


5 M Waters Whitner HERBERT 2207

          AKA: Walter Whitmer HERBERT 2208
         Born: Abt 1828 - Alabama 2208
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 March 1870 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2207
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia 2207
       Spouse: Emeline R. PEARSON 2208,2209
         Marr: 12 April 1848 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2207


6 F Ellen HERBERT 3815

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John Sharpe HERBERT and Charlotte Susan McGEE




Husband John Sharpe HERBERT

         Born: 19 February 1823 - Butler County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1890 - Holmes County, Mississippi
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1849



Wife Charlotte Susan McGEE 4564

         Born: 9 December 1829 - Baldwin County, Georgia 4564
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 September 1902
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary E. HERBERT 4564

         Born: Abt 1849 - Mississippi 4564
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2 M William H. HERBERT 4564

         Born: Abt 1851 - Mississippi 4564
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         Died: 
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3 F Ella E. HERBERT 4564

         Born: Abt 1852 - Mississippi 4564
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         Died: 
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4 M Benjamin T. HERBERT 4564

         Born: Abt 1855 - Mississippi 4564
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         Died: 
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5 M Stephen H. HERBERT 4564

         Born: Abt 1858 - Mississippi 4564
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         Died: 
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6 F Ella E. HERBERT 4565

         Born: Abt 1860 - Holmes County, Mississippi 4566
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         Died: 
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7 F Susan R. HERBERT 4566

         Born: Abt 1862 - Holmes County, Mississippi 4566
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         Died: 
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8 F Martha HERBERT 4566

         Born: Abt 1854 - Holmes County, Mississippi 4566
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         Died: 
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9 F Ada L. HERBERT 4565

         Born: Abt 1865 - Holmes County, Mississippi 4566
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         Died: 
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10 M John C. HERBERT 4565

         Born: Abt 1867 - Holmes County, Mississippi 4566
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         Died: 
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11 F Alice HERBERT 4566

         Born: Abt 1869 - Holmes County, Mississippi 4566
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Sharpe HERBERT

A WORK IN PROGRESS!

CAN YOU DOCUMENT WHO HIS PARENTS ARE?

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Holmes County, Lexington Beat, Dark Corner; Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 767:
403 403 Johns [sic] S. HERBERT 37 M Farmer 1600 6705 AL;
Charlotte S. " 28 F GA;
Mary E. " 11 F MS;
Wm. H. " 9 M MS;
Ella E. " 8 F TX;
Benj'n T. " 5 M MS;
Stephen H. " 2 M MS;
Jane (free) 26 F Laborer MS.

This John S. HERBERT?
United States, Civil War Soldiers Index for John S. Herbert:
Name: John S. Herbert
Event: Military Service
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Side: Confederate
State (or Origin): Mississippi
Military Unit: 3rd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry (State Troops)
Company: G
NARA Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Mississippi.
NARA Publication Number: M232, NARA Roll Number: 18, Film Number: 821855. [FamilySearch.org]

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Holmes County, Tchula Dist., Lexington P O; Series: M593 Roll: 731 Page: 222:
493 550 HERBERT Jno S. 47 M W Farmer 1200 550 AL;
-- Susan 42 F W Keeps house GA;
-- Wm. H. 18 M W MS;
-- Benj. 14 M W MS;
-- Step' H. 12 M W MS;
-- Ella 10 F W MS;
-- Sus n R. 8 F W MS;
-- Martha 6 F W MS;
-- Ada 5 F W MS;
-- John 3 M W MS;
-- Alice 1 F W MS.

1880 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Holmes County, Beat 9; Series: T9 Roll: 650 Page: 244:
[John W. PORTER 35 and wife listed as 745 845]
[745] 846 HUBBBARD [as indexed, but HERBERT. RLD] W M 56 M Laborer AL SC GA;
-- Charlotte S. W F 50 Wife House keeper GA ?? VA; ;
-- Stephen W M 28 Son S At homeMS AL GA;
-- Ella E. W F 24 Dau S At homeTX AL GA;
-- Susan R. W F 19 Dau S At homeMS AL GA;
-- Ada L. W F 16 Dau S At home MS AL GA;
-- John C. W M 13 Son S Laborer MS AL GA.

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Thomas James JUDGE and Kate HERBERT




Husband Thomas James JUDGE 4406,4407

         Born: Abt 1859 - Alabama 4406
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4406,4407
       Mother: Susan J. GRAVES (Abt 1821-      ) 4406,4407


     Marriage: 



Wife Kate HERBERT 4407

         Born: 
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       Father: Curtis Burke HERBERT (      -      ) 4407
       Mother: Catherine LEWIS (      -      ) 4407




Children
1 M Thomas James JUDGE 4407

         Born: 11 May 1884 - Butler County, Alabama 4407
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lucile O'BRIEN (living)


2 M Curtis Herbert JUDGE

         Born: 12 September 1885 - Butler County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1937 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 19 January 1937 - Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: Iris HERBERT 918
         Marr: 6 May 1920 - Harris County, Texas



General Notes: Husband - Thomas James JUDGE

Of Montgomery, Jefferson County, Alabama.


General Notes: Wife - Kate HERBERT

Of Greenville, Butler County, Alabama.
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Cpl. LaFayette HERBERT, CSA and Laura H. JONES




Husband Cpl. LaFayette HERBERT, CSA 90

         Born: 5 August 1839 - Alabama 89
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 September 1919 - Roger Mills County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - White Rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma


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


     Marriage: 7 March 1866 - Fort Bend, Texas



Wife Laura H. JONES 91

         Born: 23 September 1845 - Texas 89
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 February 1920 - Roger Mills County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - White Rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma


Children
1 M Edward H. HERBERT 89

          AKA: Ned HERBERT 91
         Born: Abt 1867 - Alabama 91
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         Died: 
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2 F Hattie HERBERT 91

         Born: 7 November 1868 - Alabama 91
   Christened: 
         Died: 1958 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Hollywood Cemetery, Harris County, Texas
       Spouse: George H. PERRY


3 F Lizzie Ann HERBERT 89,3793

         Born: November 1873 - Alabama 89
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         Died: 
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4 M Albert A. HERBERT 3793

         Born: 18 March 1874 - Texas 89
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 July 1943 - Roger Mills County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - White Rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma



5 F Louise HERBERT 3793

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama 3793
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         Died: 
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6 M John Mushat HERBERT 89

         Born: June 1883 - Alabama 89
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Amelia J. --?-- 92
         Marr: 1906



General Notes: Husband - Cpl. LaFayette HERBERT, CSA

Lafayette HERBERT was a son of Edward Hampton HERBERT and Martha M. WOMACK. He is age 12 in his parents' home in the 1850 census of Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama.

In 1860, Lafayette HERBERT lives in the home of his first cousin Judge Gustave COOK, son of Nathan B. COOK and Harriet Anthony HERBERT.
1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Fort Bend County, Richmond P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1294 Page: 376: 328 306 Gustave COOK 26 M Lawyer 2,500 8,000 AL; Eliza COOK 26 F TX; Ida COOK 6 F TX; Mary COOK 3 F TX; Henrietta COOK 1 F TX; Lafayette HERBERT 20 M AL; Jesse THOMPSON 42 M Music teacher 8,000 6,000 AL.

Lafayette fought for the Confederacy in the War Between The States.
Lafayette Herbert
Born in AL around 1840.
Resided at Richmond, Fort Bend County, TX in 1860 with G. [Gustav] Cooke, Co. H, and J. Thompson, Co. H.
Described as 5'8" with light hair, fair complexion, and blue eyes.
Mustered into Company H at Houston, TX on September 7, 1861.
Promoted to 2nd Corporal in May 1863.
Present as 2nd Corporal in March 1864.
Apparently reduced in rank to private by war's end (Jones Roster).
Paroled at Montgomery, AL on June 12, 1865.
[http://www.terrystexasrangers.org/biographical_notes/h/herbert_l.htm]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Fort Deposit P O; Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 444: 407 419 COOK M. E. 40 F W Keeping house --- 500 AL; HERBERT L. 30 M W Farmer --- 600 AL; -- Laura 25 F W At home TX; -- Neddie 3 W At home AL; -- Hattie 2 F W At home AL; COOK Bettie 17 F W At home AL; -- Susie 14 F W At home AL; -- Jodie 9 F W At home AL; -- Sallie 6 F W At home AL; GREEN J. E. F W Teaching school AL; -- Winney 18 F B Domestic svt AL; -- Gus 1 M B At home AL.
Lafeyette and family resides in the household of Mary Ellen COOK, his sister and the widow of Philip Henry COOK.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Hayneville; Series: T9 Roll: 20 Page: 191: 47 47 L. HURBERT W M 40 M Collector AL SC AL; Larah " W F 34 Wife M House keeper TX VA GA; Ned " W M 14 Son S At school TX TX AL; Hettie " W F 12 Dau S At school AL TX AL; Lizie " W F 7 Dau At home AL TX AL; Albert " W M 5Son At home TX TX AL; Louize " W F 2 Dau At home AL TX AL.
Note: Father's and mother's states of birth are reversed. RLD]

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, McGehee; Series: T623 Roll: 34 Page: 7: 148 148 HERBERT Lafayette Head W M Aug 1839 60 M 34 AL SC GA Farmer; -- Laura Wife W F Sept 1845 54 M 34 6 6 TX VA GA; -- Lizzie Ann Dau W F Nov 1873 26 S AL AL TX; -- Albert Allen Son W M Mar 1875 25 S TX AL TX Ore Minor; -- John Mushat Son W M June 1883 16 S AL AL TX; HERBERT Sarah J. Servant B F May 1893 7 S AL AL AL Servant.

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Rogers Mills County, Bowman Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1272 Page: 28: 77 77 HERBERT Lafayette Head M W 71 M1 46 AL VA VA Farmer; -- Laura Wife F W 64 M1 46 6 6 TX VA VA; -- Edward H. Son M W 41 S TX AL TX Farm laborer; -- Lizzie M. Dau F W 38 S AL AL TX; -- Albert Son M W 28 S TX AL AL Farm laborer.

Lafayette HERBERT, born 5 August 1839, died 25 September 1919. He, his wife Laura, and son Albert A. HERBERT are buried in White Rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. [http://www.okgenweb.org/~okrogerm/cemeteries/whiterosecem.htm]


General Notes: Wife - Laura H. JONES

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Roger Mills County, Bowman; Series: T625 Roll: 1476 Page: 198:
Fm 14 15 HERBERT Abbert [sic, Albert] Head M W 36 S TX NC* TX Farmer General farm;
-- Lara Mother F W 76 Wd TX VA VA;
-- Ned Brother M W 54 S TX NC VA Farmer General farm.
*The word "North" appears to written over "Ala?." Albert and Ned's father was born in Alabama.

Laura Jones HERBERT, born 23 September 1845, died 4 February 1920. She, her husband LaFayette, and son Albert A. HERBERT are buried in White Rose Cemetery, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. [http://www.okgenweb.org/~okrogerm/cemeteries/whiterosecem.htm]


Notes: Marriage

L. HERBERT married Laura H. JONES on 07 Mar 1866 in Fort Bend, Texas.
[Texas Marriages, 1837-1973 at FamilySearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59179-1, System Origin: Texas-VR, Source Film Number: 1007996, Reference Number: 2:JTL065]
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Charles Duke STANLEY, CSA and Lillie Young HERBERT




Husband Charles Duke STANLEY, CSA

         Born: 19 September 1846 - Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 December 1926 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - First Presbyterian Churchyard, Columbia, South Carolina


       Father: Judge Robert Hendrick STANLEY (1808-1885) 934
       Mother: Emma Eugenie Courtois STONE (1811-1892)


     Marriage: 16 April 1891

 Other Spouse: Sarah Nancy RIVES - 27 November 1873 - Lowndes County, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Mary Julia PHILLIPS 1379 - 20 February 1901 - Springfield, South Carolina



Wife Lillie Young HERBERT

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Charles Duke STANLEY, Jr.

         Born: 7 May 1899 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 June 1899 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 



2 F Lillie Herbert STANLEY

          AKA: Hattie Margaret STANLEY
         Born: 7 May 1899 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Charles Duke STANLEY, CSA

"My grandfather, Charles Duke STANLEY, was only fifteen years old when he joined the 17th Alabama Regiment; was in the battle of Kennesaw Mountain and the Battle of Atlanta, where he had one of his fingers shot off.
He devoted his entire life to propagating the Methodist Christian faith, supported two missionaries in China and Japan for 35 years, preached to the prisons every Sunday afternoon, was Trustee and one of the founders of the Oliver Gospel Mission here in Columbia, South Carolina (dedicated to caring for the city's homeless and destitute). Elected not to join any social organization during his lifetime.
Mother said that the fervor of the grand Stanley's became so intense that Grandmother Julia Phillips STANLEY was carried away and began "speaking in tongues:" at certain church meetings. One month Mother counted the meetings she and my Aunt Lily attended: thirty-one meetings in thirty days.
When the Stanley wealth evaporated early in the Great Depression, the constant obsession faded into thin air. After that, there was a terrible, enervating, long struggle to gain a foothold again. My wonderful mother was the only one who was able to save the Stanley family. A real powerhouse descended from French, Scots, and English worthy ancestors." (Marian Stanley )

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 4, Columbia; Series: T623 Roll: 1540 Page: 19: Main street 1811 146 151 STANLEY C. D. Head W M Mch 1845 55 Wd SC SC SC; -- Sallie W F Jan 1882 18 S SC SC SC; -- William Son W M May 1884 16 S SC SC SC; -- Lillie Dau W F Feb 1888 12 S SC SC SC; Owen M. Housekeeper W F Apl 1840 60 S SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 4, Columbia; Series: T624 Roll: 1471 Page: 217: Laurel Street
231 217 286 STANLEY Charles D. Head M W 63 M3[written over 1] 9 AL SC SC Merchant China store;
-- Julia Wife 34 M2 9 1 1 SC SC SC;
-- Lenard P. Son M W 6 S AL SC SC;
-- Lilly* Dau F W 11 S SC AL SC;
-- Lucile Dau F W 22 S SC AL SC.
*Second daughter named Lillie.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, School District 4; Series: T625 Roll: 1707 Page: 230: Second Ave 3100 560 568 STANLEY Charles B. [sic] Head M W 72 M AL US France Merchant Retail chinaware;
-- Julia P. Wife F W 44 M SC SC SC;
-- Lucile O. Dau F W 30 S SC AL AL School teacher Public school;
-- Lillie H. Dau F W 20 S SC AL SC;
-- Leonard P. Son M W 16 S SC AL SC.
[Indexed as "STANLEY Charles S." at Heritage Quest.]

The obituary search list at the Wofford College Sandor Teszler Library contains five entries for Charles Duke "C. D." STANLEY:

Stanley, C. D.
OD [Obituary Date]: 2/10/1927
[Record location] v90, #6, p13, c1

Stanley, C. D.
OD [Obituary Date]: 3/10/1927
[Record location] v90, #10, p13, c1

Stanley, Charles D.
OD [Obituary Date]: 3/3/1927
DD [Death Date]: 12/31/1926
[Record location] v90, #9, p13, c4 Columbia, SC

Stanley, Charles D.
OD [Obituary Date]: 5/19/1927
[Record location] v91, #20, p13, c4

Stanley, Charles Duke
OD [Obituary Date]: 1/6/1927
DD [Death Date]: 12/31/1926
[Record location] v90, #1, p3, c2
Sp [Spouse]: Julia Price Phillips
[http://www.wofford.edu/sandorteszlerlibrary/archives/archiveobituary.aspx]
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Robert Cook HERBERT and Emma J. HUTCHISON




Husband Robert Cook HERBERT 919,920

         Born: January 1855 - Alabama 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 1909 - Texas 3817
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas


       Father: John I. HERBERT, CSA (Abt 1829-Bef 1865) 919
       Mother: Martha Pearson COOK (1833-1886) 919,2971


     Marriage: Abt 1876



Wife Emma J. HUTCHISON 920

         Born: September 1857 - Butler County, Alabama 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 1938 - Texas 4559
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas


Children
1 M John Cook HERBERT 920

         Born: 2 February 1877 - Alabama 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 January 1919 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas



2 M FrankHutchisin HERBERT 920

         Born: 1878 - Alabama 920
   Christened: 
         Died: 1880
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas



3 F Emmie T. HERBERT 918

         Born: 1 January 1882 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 January 1948 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 11 January 1948 - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas
       Spouse: Thomas B. HERBERT 4562
         Marr: Abt 1905 3817


4 F Patti HERBERT 918

         Born: November 1887 - Texas 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 1902
       Buried:  - Willis Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas



5 F Iris HERBERT 918

         Born: 29 November 1890 - Texas 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 August 1947 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 21 August 1947 - Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: Curtis Herbert JUDGE
         Marr: 6 May 1920 - Harris County, Texas


6 M Sam B. HERBERT 918

         Born: 28 November 1891 - Texas 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 December 1959 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 5 December 1959 - Hollywood Cemetery, Harris County, Texas
       Spouse: Gladys --?-- 921
         Marr: Bef 1920


7 M Duke Hessee HERBERT 918

         Born: April 1895 - Texas 918
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ruby Ann TURNER 921
         Marr: Abt 1910



General Notes: Husband - Robert Cook HERBERT

Robert Cook HERBERT, born Jan 1855, was a son of John I. HERBERT and Martha Pearson COOK of Wilcox County, Alabama. He was called "Cook." His father died before 1870. Before 1880, he, his mother, and his brother "Phil" are in San Jacinto County, Texas where "Phil" is the sheriff and Robert C. is his deputy.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, San Jacinto County, District 149; Series: T9 Roll: 1325 Page: 314: 138 138 IRELAND Thomas W M 61 M House carpenter KY VA TN; -- Virginia Mu 45 Keeping house M VA TN TN; SHOOF? Ed Mu M 2 S TX TX TX; HERBERT Martha T. [sic] W F 46 Wd AL GA GA. [Martha appears to be living next door to her sons Philomen and Robert Cook HERBERT, or the household number was entered next to Phil.
139 139 -- [HERBERT] Phil [Philomen] W. W M 28 S Sheriff AL AL AL; -- Robert C. W M 26 S/M [both checked] Dept Sheriff AL AL AL; -- Emma J. W F 21 M AL TN AL; -- John C. W M 3 S AL AL AL; -- Frank W M 1 S AL AL AL; HUTCHISON M___ W M 29 M Railroading AL TN AL; -- Lizzie W F 22 F TX TN AL; -- Frank W M 2 S AL AL TX; -- Hassie W F 31 S AL TN AL.

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Montgomery County, Pct 7; Series: T623 Roll: 1660 Page: 159: 299 301 HERBERT Cook Head W M Jan 1855 45 M 24 AL AL AL Teamster; -- Emmie J. Wife W F Sept 1857 42 M 24 9 6 AL TN AL; -- John C. Son W M Feb 1877 23 S AL AL AL Teamster; -- Emmie T. Dau W F Jul 1882 18 S TX AL AL Teacher; -- Patti Dau W F Nov 1887 12 S TX AL AL; -- Iris Dau W F Nov 1889 10 S TX AL AL; -- Sam B. Son W M Nov 1891 8 S TX AL AL; -- Duke H. Son W M Apr 1895 5 S TX AL AL.

Robert Cook HERBERT died in 1919. He is buried in Willis Cemetery, Willis, Montgomery County, Texas. A picture of the family headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 35569740 created by David on Apr 05, 2009:

ROBERT COOK
HERBERT
1854 -1909

A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife Emmie J. HUTCHISIN, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 65325556 created by Bobby and Carol Babin E... on Feb 07, 2011:

HERBERT
ROBERT C. EMMIE H.
1854 - 1909 1857 - 1938


General Notes: Wife - Emma J. HUTCHISON

Emma J. HUTCHINSON married Robert Cook HERBERT about 1875. By 1900, she and "Cook" have had nine children, six living. The names of seven children are known from census records. "Cook" died in 1909. Emma is a widowed head of household in 1910.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Harris County, Ward 2, Houston; Series: T624 Roll: 1559 Page: 155: Palmer St 2110 99 102 HERBERT Mrs R. C. Head F W 53 Wd - 9 5 TX TN AL None; -- Mrs. T. B. Dau F W 28 M1 5 TX AL AL; -- T. B. Son-in-law M W 33 M1 5 AL AL AL Fireman Railroad; -- Iris Dau F W 21 S TX AL AL; -- Duke Son M W 15 S TX AL AL.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Harris County, Houston; Series: T625 Roll: 1812 Page: 71: Conquest[?] Pass 2802 464 490 HERBERT Thos B. Head M W 42 M AL AL AL Fireman Railroad; -- Emmie Wife F W 38 M TX AL AL; -- Emmie Mother-in-law F W 63 Wd AL TN AL; [next page, 72] -- Sam B. Brother-in-law M W 27 M TX AL AL Merchant Auto; -- Gladys Sister-in-law F W 25 M TX TX TX Bookkeeper Oil Co.; WOOLDRIDGE [sic] Annie Cousin F W 27 S TX TN GA Bookkeeper Furniture Co.
Six homes away is Emma's son Duke H. HERBERT and family and her daughter Iris.

In 1930, Emmie HERBERT, 72, resides in Nacogdoches County, Texas in the home of her youngest son, Duke.

Emmie J. HERBERT died in 1938. She is buried in Willis Cemetery, Willis, Montgomery County, Texas. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, Robert Cook HERBERT, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 65325556 created by Bobby and Carol Babin E... on Feb 07, 2011:

HERBERT
ROBERT C. EMMIE H.
1854 - 1909 1857 - 1938
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Thomas Edward HERBERT and Dorothy Teague YOUNG




Husband Thomas Edward HERBERT 425

         Born: Abt 1805 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: George HARBIRT (      -Bef 1807) 476
       Mother: Elizabeth FINCH


     Marriage: 



Wife Dorothy Teague YOUNG 425

         Born: Abt 1807 - South Carolina 425
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Major Hilary Abner HERBERT, CSA, Member of Congress 425,4560

         Born: 12 March 1834 - South Carolina 4560
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 March 1919
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama 4563
       Spouse: Ella Betty SMITH 4560,4561
         Marr: Abt 1867


2 F Aurelia HERBERT 425

         Born: Abt 1836 - South Carolina 425
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Emma HERBERT 425

         Born: 22 September 1838 425
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 March 1860 - Butler County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Pioneer Cemetery, Greenville, Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: Sgt George M. COOK, CSA 423
         Marr: 15 July 1859 - Butler County, Alabama


4 M Theodore HERBERT 425

         Born: Abt 1843 - South Carolina 425
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Flora HERBERT 425

         Born: Abt 1845 - South Carolina 425
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Octavia HERBERT 425

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama 425
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Edward HERBERT

Thomas E. HERBERT is named in the 9 February 1807 Will of his father, George HARBERT, "Recorded May 26, 1817. Proved March 2nd, 1807." Thomas was born before 9 February 1807.

Thomas E. HERBERT married Dorothy Teague YOUNG. [Betty Sparks, 19 May 2011]

Between 1845 and 1848, Thomas and Dorothy moved their family from South Carolina to Butler County, Alabama/

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Greenville; Series: M432 Roll: 2 Page: 258:
"Boarding House"
215 215 Thomas E. HERBERT [40/43/46?, overwritten number] M School Teacher 4,000 SC;
Dorothy 43 F SC;
Hilary 16 M Student SC;
Aurelia 14 F SC;
Emma 12 F SC;
Theodore 7 F [sic] SC;
Flora 5 F SC;
Octavia 2 F AL;
Rebecca YONG 62 F SC;
James 4 M SC;
Mary GIDEON 16 F AL;
Sarah HERBERT 15 F AL.
Two households away is Hilary's younger brother, Thomas E. HERBERT and family. Another younger brother, Dr. George B. HERBERT and family are also in Butler County.
220 220 Hilary HERBERT 62 M Physician 1,800 SC;
Abagail 53 F SC;
George 24 M Physician AL;
Frances 17 F AL;
Cordelia 14 F AL.
Page 258:
224 224 HERBERT James D. 26 M Farmer 7,000 AL;
Mary 22 F AL.
Township 11, Page 260:
247 247 George B. HERBERT 50 M Physician 3,000 SC;
Elizabeth 29 F AL;
Richard 18 M Farmer GA;
Ann 16 F GA;
Jane 8 F AL;
Synthia 5 F AL;
Ada 4 F AL;
Emma 2 F AL;
248 248 Carter B. HERBERT 25 M Physician SC;
Catherine 21 F AL.

"HERBERT. THOMAS EDWARD, pioneer teacher of Butler County; father of Hon. Hilary A. Herbert (q. v.). Deceased. Residence: Greenville." [History of Alabama and dictionary of Alabama biography, Volume 3, By Thomas McAdory Owen, Marie Bankhead Owen, p. 799-800]
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Waters Whitner HERBERT and Emeline R. PEARSON




Husband Waters Whitner HERBERT 2207

          AKA: Walter Whitmer HERBERT 2208
         Born: Abt 1828 - Alabama 2208
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 March 1870 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2207
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia 2207


       Father: John HERBERT (      -      ) 3815
       Mother: Harriet WATERS (1806-      ) 3815


     Marriage: 12 April 1848 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2207



Wife Emeline R. PEARSON 2208,2209

          AKA: Sarah Emmeline PEARSON 2207
         Born: Abt 1827 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2208
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 March 1887 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2210
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia 2210


       Father: Dr. George Butler PEARSON, Sr. (1788-1867) 530,2202
       Mother: Elizabeth M. ALSTON (1799-1868) 530,2202




Children

General Notes: Husband - Waters Whitner HERBERT

Emeline S. PEARSON married Walter Whitmer HERBERT before 1850.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 203:
56 56 W. W. HERBERT 21 M W Planter $11,000 AL;
E. S. HERBERT 23 F W Fairfield;
John Q. HERBERT 23 M W Soldier AL.* [Possible brother to W. W.?]

The only HERBERT who might be Walter William HERBERT, is listed in the 1860 census as born in South Carolina, not Alabama:
1860 U.S. Census, Kansas, Davis County, Junction P O; Series: M653 Roll: 347 Page: 797: 469 392
Line 16 W. W. HERBERT 32 M W Lawyer + editor --- --- SC.

In the Second Session of the 40th Congress, the U.S. House of Representatives considered a bill for the removal of political disabilities from certain persons as enacted in "An act to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel States" passed on 2 March 1867. The bill passed and Walter W. HERBERT and Thomas JORDAN of Fairfield are among those whose political rights were restored. [Acts and Resolutions of the United States of America, December 2, 1867.-November 10, 1868. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1868, page 269]

Emmaline is without Walter in the 1870 census and is listed as a widow in the 1880 census of Fairfax County, Virginia. Walter presumed deceased before June 1870.

*1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Rehoboth P O; Series: M653 Roll: 26 Page: 1066:
356 393 J. Q. HERBERT 31 M Farming 3500 10,600 AL;
M. P. HERBERT 26 F AL;
P. Y.[?] HERBERT 8 M AL;
R. C. HERBERT 6 M AL
359 396 S. C. McCONICO 22 F Farming 3000 20,000 AL;
Mary E. McCONICO AL;
C. J. McCONICO 2 M AL.
Page 1065:
349 385 W. W. McCONICO 22 M Farming 8000 2000 AL;
Eliz. McCONICO 18 F AL.


General Notes: Wife - Emeline R. PEARSON

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

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




Husband HERKES (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Helen Marie NIESIOBEDZKI (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Henry Walter NIESIOBEDZKI, USAAF, WWII (1918-2001)
       Mother: Margaret Kathleen SMOKE (1920-2003)




Children

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Sgt Eugene T. WATSON, Spanish American War and Alice HERLIHY




Husband Sgt Eugene T. WATSON, Spanish American War 2625

         Born: 26 October 1876 - North Carolina 2625
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 June 1946 - Pinellas County, Florida
       Buried:  - Bay Pines National Cemetery, Pinellas County, Florida
     Marriage: Abt 1907



Wife Alice HERLIHY 2625,2626

         Born: 16 December 1888 - Mississippi 2626
   Christened: 18 July 1889 - Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi
         Died: 20 February 1973 - Hillsborough County, Florida
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Hillsborough County, Florida


       Father: John Joseph HERLIHY (1858-1925) 4294
       Mother: Sarah "Sallie" PARKER (1867-      ) 4295




Children
1 F Beatrice B. WATSON 4567,4568

         Born: 1909 - Louisiana 4567
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Walter J. WATSON 2625

         Born: 30 July 1913 - Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana 2625
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 December 2005 - Hillsborough County, Florida 115
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Hillsborough County, Florida 115
       Spouse: Katherine H. BATTELS
         Marr: 5 November 1932 - Polk County, Florida


3 M Herlihy WATSON

         Born: 11 September 1915 - Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 September 1916 - Cumberland County, North Carolina
       Buried: 21 September 1916 - Cumberland County, North Carolina



4 M Gerald C. WATSON 2625

         Born: 1918 - Louisiana 2625
   Christened: 
         Died: 1966
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Hillsborough County, Florida



5 F Dorothy WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M Capt Harold H. WATSON, USAAF, WWII 2625

         Born: 13 October 1923 - Florida 2625
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 July 1962
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Hillsborough County, Florida




General Notes: Husband - Sgt Eugene T. WATSON, Spanish American War

Eugene T. Watson enlisted in the 2nd North Carolina Infantry, Company F, during the Spanish American War, serving as a Quartermaster Sergeant from May 1898 to September 1898. About 1907, he married Alice Herlihy , probably in Livingston Parish, Louisiana. She was a daughter of John Joseph Herlihy and Sarah Parker. In 1910, they and their daughter, Beatrice, reside there with her parents.

1910 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Livingston Parish, Ward 2, Police Jury; Series: T624 Roll: 518 Page: 22: 176 177 HERLIHEY John J. Head M W 50 M1 31 LA Ireland Ireland Manufacturer Oars & Handles; -- Sarah Wife F W 49 M1 31 4 3 AL AL AL; -- Bertha Dau F W 19 S LA LA AL; -- John J. Son M W 6 S LA LA LA; WATSON Eugene F. [sic, T.] Son-in-law M W 30 M1 2 NC NC NC Manufacturer Turpentine; -- Alice Dau F W 21 M1 2 1 1 MS LA AL; -- Beatrice B. Dau F W 13/12 S LA NC MS; DAVIS Rebecca Cook F B 18 S LA LA LA Cook Private family.

A "turpentine man" like John HERLIHY. (PSBernard)

1920 U.S. Census, Florida, Lake County, Clermont, Pct 15; Series: T625 Roll: 224 Page: 282: Lake Ave X 38 42 WATSON Eugene Head M W 40 M NC England VA Naval Stores Operator Central Florida Lumber Co.; -- Alice Wife F W 31 M NC LA MS; -- Beatrice Dau F W 10 S LA NC NC; -- Walter Son M W 6 S LA NC NC; -- Gerald Son M W 10/12 S LA NC NC.

1930 U.S. Census, Florida, Pinellas County, St. Petersburg, Pct 27; Series: T626 Roll: 329 Page: 200: Fourth Ave
1901 865 901 WATSON Eugene T. Head M W 51 M 27 NC England NC Salesman Lumber Co.; -- Alice H. Wife F W 43 M 19 LA LA MS; -- Walter Son M W 16 S LA NC LA; -- Gerald C. Son M W 11 S LA NC LA; -- Dorothy Dau F W 8 S LA NC LA; -- Harold Son M W 6 FL NC LA; HERLIHY Sarah Mother-in-law F W 65 Wd MS MS MS.

1935 Florida Population Census, Pinellas County, Pct. 27, page 22:
Line 8 WATSON Eugene 1901 4th Ave No. M 57 Head NC Grammar Owner Paint salesman;
-- Alice 1901 4th Ave No. F 46 Wife LA Student Housewife
-- Jerrold [sic] 1901 4th Ave No. M 16 Son LA Student Student
-- Dorothy 1901 4th Ave No. F 13 Son [sic] FL Student Student
-- Harrold [sic] 1901 4th Ave No. M 11 Son FL Student Student
-- Walter J[oe?] 1901 4th Ave No. M 21 Son LA H.S. Painter
-- Katherine 1901 4th Ave No. F 20 Dau-in-law FL H.S. Housewife
-- Walter Jr. 1901 4th Ave No. M 2 GrSon FL Child Child

Eugene Watson died in 1946 in Pinellas County, Florida. [no additional information. RLD]
["Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VVSS-WXH : accessed 17 July 2012), Eugene Watson, 1946.]

Eugene T. WATSON is buried in Plot: XI, 20, Bay Pines National Cemetery, Bay Pines, Pinellas County, Florida. A picture of Eugene and of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 3977590:

EUGENE T. WATSON
Q. M. SGT 2 N C 1NF
OCT 26, 1876 - JUNE 8, 1946

Note: Military Service Record:
"Watson, Eugene G. [sic, T.]: Quartermaster Sgt., Of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Enlisted on May 11th, 1898; mustered into service as Quartermaster Sergeant on May 17th, 1898, at Raleigh, North Carolina; mustered out of service with the Company on November 16th, 1898, at Fayetteville, North Carolina."


General Notes: Wife - Alice HERLIHY

Church of the Annunciation Baptismal Record
Book 1 Page 86 Act 7
Priest: A. VanWaesberghe
Baptismal of: Alice Herlihy
Born: 12/16/1888
Baptized: 07/18/1889
Mother: Sale [sic, Sallie] Parker
Father: John Joseph Herlihy
Sponsor: Donatin Williams
[http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0891]

Alice Herlihy WATSON is buried in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park , Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida. Find A Grave Memorial# 54597936 lists her birth in 1888 and her death in 1973.

Alice Watson died 20 February 1973 in Hillsborough County, Florida, United States at age 84. ["Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VVFN-11C : accessed 18 July 2012), Alice Watson, 1973.]

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Stuart MILLER and Bertha HERLIHY




Husband Stuart MILLER 4569

         Born: Abt 1889 - Louisiana 4570
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1916 4569



Wife Bertha HERLIHY 2626,4568

         Born: March 1891 - Mississippi 2626
   Christened: 
         Died: February 1920 - Louisiana 4569
       Buried: 


       Father: John Joseph HERLIHY (1858-1925) 4294
       Mother: Sarah "Sallie" PARKER (1867-      ) 4295




Children
1 F Anita Stuart MILLER 4569

         Born: Abt 1916 - Louisiana 4570
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John H. MILLER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Stuart MILLER

1920 U.S. Census Louisiana, Tangipahoa Parish, Ward 4; Series: T625 Roll: 631 Page: 83: 169 Miller, Stuart, M, W, 31, Married, born in Louisiana, a Merchant General Store; Bertha, F, W, 29, Married, born in Louisiana; Anita Stuart, F, W, 3, born in Louisiana; John H., M, W, 1 year old, born in Louisiana. In the household is Courtney Miller, an 18 year old black female employed as a servant.
About two months after the census, Bertha died of influenza.

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Research:
Find A Grave Memorial# 8579264 lists a Stuart MILLER born Jul. 19, 1888 who died Jan. 5, 1954 and was buried in Denham Springs Memorial Cemetery, Denham Springs, Livingston Parish, Louisiana.
Created by: Joel Manuel
Record added: Mar 31, 2004


General Notes: Wife - Bertha HERLIHY

Records of the Church of the Annunciation
Book 1 Page 92 Act 5
Priest: H. Mortier
Baptismal of: Bertha Herlihy
Born: 03/29/1891
Baptized: 05/28/1891
Mother: Sally Parker
Father: John Herlihy
Sponsor: Nolas Nicaise
Sponsor: Magdalena Tocquet
Note: Baptized at Jordan River
[Hancock County Historical Society, http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0892]

"Miss Bertha Herlihy, Fenton, Miss," was a guest in the Cosmopolitan Hotel. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Wednesday, January 31, 1906, Page 16]

Miss Bertha Herlihy was awarded her dipoloma and graduating pin from Mount Carmel Academy by Father J. Subileau on 26 June 1908. [Mt. Carmel Academy. Closing Exercises of Popular Downtown Institution, The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Saturday, June 27, 1908, Page 4]

Bertha's obituary was published in the Times Picayune Newspaper on March 2, 1920: "MILLER - MRS. BERTHA MILLER, wife of Stuart Miller, died of influenza, February 9(?), 1920, aged 28, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Herlihy, Athens, Fla.; left two children a girl, Anita Stuart, age 8(?) years, and John H.(?), aged 1 year and 5 months; sisters Mrs. E. T. Watson of Clermont, Fla., and Mrs. O. Bethard(?) of New Orleans, La." (Note: The microfilm copy of this obituary is mostly legible, but not easy to read. RLD.)
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Cornelius Kimball HERLIHY and Ora Mae HOCK




Husband Cornelius Kimball HERLIHY 3624

         Born: 8 January 1905 - Hancock County, Mississippi 4479
   Christened: 17 March 1907 - Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi
         Died: 20 February 1986 - Hancock County, Mississippi 4479
       Buried:  - Bayou Coco Cemetery, Hancock County, Mississippi 4479


       Father: Timothy Hypolite HERLIHY (1861-1916) 2175
       Mother: Louise Mary HAAS (1871-1928) 3624


     Marriage: 18 February 1932 - Hancock County, Mississippi



Wife Ora Mae HOCK 43,4480

          AKA: Nora May HERLIHY
         Born: 11 November 1908 43
   Christened: 
         Died: October 1981 - Hancock County, Mississippi 43
       Buried:  - Bayou Coco Cemetery, Hancock County, Mississippi


       Father: James Joseph HOCK, Sr. (1885-1958) 4480
       Mother: Mary HAGERDORN (Abt 1889-1908)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Cornelius Kimball HERLIHY

Church of the Annunciation Baptismal Record
Book 4 Page 1 Act 5
Priest: J. H. Chauvin
Baptismal of: Cornelius Kimball Herlihy
Born: 01/08/1905
Baptized: 03/17/1905
Mother: Louisa Haas
Father: Timothy Herlihy
Sponsor: Samuel Haas
Sponsor: Elisa Self
Note: Born at Pearlington; Married Ora Mae ?Koch 2/4/1932 at Waveland
[http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0893]

Cornelius K. HERLIHY is named as a surviving brother in the 1964 obituary of Frederick Leonard HERLIHY.

Cornelius is buried in Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. Find A Grave Memorial# 36489522 created by Ken Buley on Apr 28, 2009 provides his birth on Jan. 8, 1905 and death on Feb. 20, 1986.


General Notes: Wife - Ora Mae HOCK

"Nora Mae Hock, wife of Cornelius, was the biological daughter of James Joseph Hock, Sr. (b. 12.4.1885, d 6/20/1958) and Mary Hagerdorn (b. abt 1889 d. 11/13/1908) who died 2 days after Nora's birth. In 1910 James and his toddler daughter are living in the home of William White and his wife Lottie Hock White, James's sister. James goes on to marry Hettie Giboney in 1920 but Nora had remained in the home of her Aunt Lottie. Lottie and William White's obituaries both list Mrs. Cornelius Herlihy (Nora) as their foster daughter." [Dawna Westbrook]

1910 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Jefferson Parish, Ward 2 Ploce Jury; Series: T624 Roll: 516 Page: 40: Lafayette Ave 209 237 WHITE William L. Head M W 37 M1 9 LA LA LA River pilot; -- Lottie Wife F W M1 9 1 1 LA Germany NY; -- Burnley Son M W 6 S LA LA LA; HOCK James Brother-in-law M W 24 Wd LA Germany NY Cooper Corperage[?]; -- Ora May Niece 17/12 S LA LA LA.

"Mrs. Cornelius Herlihy spent the past week-end visiting her parents, Captain and Mrs. White, the former who is at the resort in the interest of better health."
[Times-Picayune, The (New Orleans, LA) Oct. 14, 1934, p. 8]

Ora Mae is buried in Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. A picture of the HERLHY family crypt is on Find A Grave Memorial# 36489726 created by Ken Buley on Apr 28, 2009 shows her as:
ORA MAE HOCK HERLIHY
BORN nov 17, 1897 - DIED OCT. 18, 1981

"HERLIHY, ORA 11 Nov 1908 Oct 1981 72 39576 (Waveland, Hancock, MS) (none specified) Mississippi 587-08-6365" [SSDI]


Notes: Marriage

The wedding of Miss Ora May Hock, daughter of Mr. J. Hock, and niece of Captain and Mrs. Whitem, residing in Nicholson avenue, to Mr. Cornelius Herlihy was celebrated Thursday evening at St. Claire's Chapel, Father Costello officiating. the church decorations consisted of white roses and palm in profusion by Mrs. Edw. C. Carere of New Orleans and Bay-Waveland. The bride's attendant was Miss Hazel Herlihy and the groom's best man was Dr. B. White of New Orleans. The bride entered with her father and was attired in a chic traveling suit. Miss Louise Armstrong rendered the violin music while Mrs. E. V. Weber presided at the organ. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Sunday, February 21, 1932, page 33.]

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Edward Hackett Joseph HERLIHY and Josephine PROCHNOW




Husband Edward Hackett Joseph HERLIHY 2727

         Born: 18 October 1871 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 23 August 1944
       Buried: 


       Father: Timothy George HERLIHY (1830-1901) 2728
       Mother: Bridget Anna HACKETT (1840-1895)


     Marriage: 18 October 1899 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana



Wife Josephine PROCHNOW

          AKA: Josephine PROCKNOW
         Born: Abt 1868 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: August 1944 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery


       Father: Hermann F. PROCHNOW (      -      )
       Mother: Charlotte I. KRUCKEL




Children
1 M John Joseph HERLIHY

         Born: 6 September 1903 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 June 1968 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Ethel Lois GOSSETT



General Notes: Husband - Edward Hackett Joseph HERLIHY

Edward Hackett Joseph HERLIHY was born the 18th day of October 1871, his birth recorded in the Bible of Elisha and Alice Herlihy HAAS, his sister and brother-in-law.
HERLIHY T. Edward 28 (b. 1872) M - Josephine PROCKNOW 24 10/18/1899 21 757 (Source: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/orleans/vitals/marriages/index/groom/1899mggo.txt)

John Herlihy, son of Edward Herlihy and Josephine Prochnow was born September 6, 1903 in New Orleans, Louisiana. [1903 Orleans Parish Birth Index, Vol. 127, p. 138, http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/orleans/vitals/births/index/1903bieh.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Josephine PROCHNOW

Josephine Prochnow was the wife of Edward Hackett Joseph HERLIHY. She was born about 1868. Her marriage record lists her parents, Hermann F. Procknow and Charlotte I. Kruckel. [Possibly, Krale.]

A brother of Josephine? One Herman Prochnow, born 17 May 1877, son of Herman [Prochnow] and Charlotte Krale [Alphabetical Birth Indexes for Orleans Parish 1796 - 1900, http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/orleans/vitals/births/index/nobiplpz.txt]

A possible 1880 census entry for Josephine PROCHNOW. No other surname record possibility yet discovered. RLD
1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parrish, New Orleans; Series: T9 Roll: 463 Page: 259: 1053 1150 Mount Carmel Female Orphan Asylum [Next page] Line 3 POCHE Josephine W F 11 Boarder S At school LA.

Josephine Procknow, 24, native of New Orleans, daughter of Hermann F. Procknow and Charlotte I. Kruckel, married Edward Herlihy, 28, native of New Orleans, son of T. George Herlihy and Bridget Hackett. License issued 10/18/1899; marriage performed in New Orleans by Rev. L.P. Herrity[?] On 10/18/1899. Witnessed by B. Heintz, T. Langbehn[?] and Clara Langbehn. [Note: "Hunting for Bears" shows his name as T. Edward Herlihy.) (Maureen Adams, smada54@hotmail.com)

Obituary: HERLIHY - Of 822 Ursaline avenue, on Tuesday, August 22, 1944, at 2:20 o'clock a. m., JOSEPHINE PROCHNOW, wife of the late Edward Herlihy, mother of John Joseph Herlihy, aged 76 years; a native of New Orleans, La. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday, August 23, 1944, at 4 o'clock p. m., from the mortuary of Jacob Schoen and Son, 527 Elysian Fields avenue. Interment in Greenwood cemetery. [The Times-Picayune, Wednesday, August 23, 1944, Page 2]

Josephine is buried in the H. PROCHNOW lot, Plot: 35 Lemon Cedar Aloe, Greenwood Cemetery, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. There is no head stone. Cemetery Records list her death in August 1944 at age 74 and her burial on 23 August 1944 [Find A Grave Memorial# 89821425]


Notes: Marriage

Herlihy, Edward, 28, native of new Orleans, son of T. George Herlihy and Bridget Hackett, to Josephine Procknow, 24, native of New Orleans, daughter of Hermann F. Procknow and Charlotte I. Kruckel. License issued 10/18/1899; marriage performed in New Orleans by Rev. L.P. Herrity? On 10/18/1899. Witnessed by B. Heintz, T. Langbehn? and Clara Langbehn. [Note: Hunting for Bears shows his name as T. Edward Herlihy.)
(Maureen Adams, smada54@hotmail.com)


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Joseph John LAURA, Jr. and Elizabeth Jehame HERLIHY




Husband Joseph John LAURA, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Elizabeth Jehame HERLIHY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Frederick Leonard HERLIHY (1902-1964)
       Mother: Sophie Durel UNDERWOOD (Abt 1905-      )




Children

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Frank J. RHOMER and Emma Louise HERLIHY




Husband Frank J. RHOMER 4295

         Born: May 1874 - Alabama 4295
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1900 4295



Wife Emma Louise HERLIHY 4295

         Born: June 1882 4295
   Christened: 1 June 1883 - Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Joseph HERLIHY (1858-1925) 4294
       Mother: Sarah "Sallie" PARKER (1867-      ) 4295




Children

General Notes: Husband - Frank J. RHOMER

1900 U.S. Census, U.S Census, Mississippi, Hancock County, Jordan River; Series: T623 Roll: 808 Page: 226: 250 250 HERLIHY, John J. Head W M Oct 1858 41 M 20 LA Ire Ire Manufacturer (Illegible); Sarah Wife W F May 1867 33 M 20 3 3 MS LA MS; RHOMER (sic), Emma Dau W F June 1882 17 M 0 0 0 MS LA MS; HERLIHY, Alice Dau W F Dec 1888 11 S MS LA MS; (next page) HERLIHY, Bertha Dau W F Mar 1891 9 S MS LA MS; ROHMER (sic), Frank J. Son-in-law W M May 1874 26 M 0 AL AL AL.


General Notes: Wife - Emma Louise HERLIHY

Church of the Annunciation Baptismal Record
Book 1 Page 60 Act 1
Priest: A. VanWaesberghe
Baptismal of: Emma Louise Herlihy
Born: no birth date
Baptized: 06/01/1883
Mother: Sarah Parker
Father: John Herlihy
Sponsor: Timothy Herlihy
Sponsor: Burnes Greisson (?[http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0894]
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Frederick Leonard HERLIHY and Sophie Durel UNDERWOOD




Husband Frederick Leonard HERLIHY

          AKA: Frederick Lenit HERLIHY 2175
         Born: 26 September 1902 - Mississippi 3624
   Christened: 30 October 1902 - Hancock County, Mississippi
         Died: 15 February 1964 - Hancock County, Mississippi
       Buried: 16 February 1964 - Gardens of Memory, Hancock County, Mississippi


       Father: Timothy Hypolite HERLIHY (1861-1916) 2175
       Mother: Louise Mary HAAS (1871-1928) 3624


     Marriage: 27 June 1928 - Hancock County, Mississippi



Wife Sophie Durel UNDERWOOD

         Born: Abt 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: T. H. UNDERWOOD
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Elizabeth Jehame HERLIHY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joseph John LAURA, Jr. (living)


2 F Kathleen HERLIHY (details suppressed for this person)

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



General Notes: Husband - Frederick Leonard HERLIHY

Records of the Church of the Annuncation:
Book 2 Page 82 Act 45
Priest: P. deGruyter
Baptismal of: Frederick Lenit Herlihy
Born: 09/26/1902
Baptized: 10/30/1902
Mother: Louise Haas
Father: Polite Timothy Herlihy
Sponsor: Allis Herlihy
Note: Baptized at Kiln; Married Sophie D. Underwood 6/27/1928 at Waveland
[Hancock County Historical Society, http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0895]

Patrick BERNARD, a first cousin, has a picture of this family which shows "Poleete" and five children. The children are named as Evelyn, George, Geneva, and Fred. The 1910 census lists a son "Friddie?", age 7, the next child born after Geneva. It appears that this name on the census should be "Freddie". Ages are correct and all children born to this family are still living.

Fred, b. ca. 1903 in MS; married Sophie Underwood; 2 children. [Maureen Adams]

"Former Mayor George T. Herlihy, accompanied by his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Herlihy of Bay St. Louis, have returned from a motor trip to the World's Fair at Chigago."
[Times-Picayune, The (New Orleans, LA) Oct. 14, 1934, p. 8]

Frederick is buried in Gardens Of Memory Memorial Park, Bay Saint Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi. Find A Grave Memorial# 56966556 created by Dawna Westbrook on Aug 12, 2010 provides his name as "Frederick Leonard HERLIHY" born Sep. 22, 1902, died Feb. 15, 1964, and this obituary:

FRED L. HERLIHY FUNERAL HELD
Retired Postmaster Succumbs at 61
Funeral services were held Sunday for Fred L. Herlihy, 61, a retired Bay St. Louis, Miss., postmaster, at Reimanns' Fahey Whitfield Funeral Home. Interment was in the Garden of Memories Cemetery.
Mr. Herlihy, who died Saturday at Hancock General Hospital in Bay St. Louis, was in government service for 37 years. He had spent 34 years with the postal department.
In 1952, he was promoted to postmaster, and seven years later he retired, because of ill health.
Mr. Herlihy served three years with the Veterans Administration prior to transferring to the postal department in Alexandria, La. He moved to Bay St. Louis in 1927.
A member of Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church, he also served as past grand knight of the Knights of Columbus, fourth degree.
Survivors are his widow, the former Sophie Durel Underwood; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Laura, New Orleans, and Mrs. Kathleen Asher, Bay St. Louis; one brother, Cornelius K. Herlihy, Waveland, Miss.; and three sisters, Mrs. Nora Morere, Bay St. Louis; Mrs. Geneveive Mollere and Miss Hazel Herlihy, both of Waveland. He was also survived by six grandchildren. (Times-Picayune, The (New Orleans, LA) Feb. 17, 1964, Sec.: 1, p.: 18)


General Notes: Wife - Sophie Durel UNDERWOOD

"Miss Sophia Underwood is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Underwood and her engagement to Mr. F. L. Herlihy of mississippi is formally announced today." [Times Picayune, The, Society (New Orleans, LA) May 6, 1928, sec: 3]
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Charles Brewster MOLLERE and Genevieve Agnes HERLIHY




Husband Charles Brewster MOLLERE 4478

         Born: 22 March 1894 - Mississippi 4478
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 July 1964 4478
       Buried:  - Bayou Coco Cemetery, Hancock County, Mississippi 4478
     Marriage: 1922 - Hancock County, Mississippi



Wife Genevieve Agnes HERLIHY 2175

         Born: 27 March 1900 - Mississippi 4477
   Christened: 24 May 1900 - Hancock County, Mississippi
         Died: 8 April 1972 - Harrison County, Mississippi 4477
       Buried: 10 April 1972 - Bayou Coco Cemetery, Hancock County, Mississippi


       Father: Timothy Hypolite HERLIHY (1861-1916) 2175
       Mother: Louise Mary HAAS (1871-1928) 3624




Children
1 M Charles B. MOLLERE, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Ollo Joseph MOLLERE, D. D. S. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Katherine BRUNE (living)



General Notes: Husband - Charles Brewster MOLLERE

Charles B. MOLLERE is in the 1920 census 1920 MILITARY AND NAVAL FLORIDA KEY WEST; USS SHAWMUT: Series: T625 Roll: 2040 Page: 261 MOLLERE Charles B, C.W.T., Miss, Bay St. Louis, M W 25 S MS US US Sailor.

Charles Brewster MOLLERE married Genevieve HERLIHY.

Charles is buried in grave 266, Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. Find A Grave Memorial# 36539707 created by Ken Buley on Apr 29, 2009 lists his birth on Mar. 22, 1894 and his death on Jul. 12, 1964.
Hancock County Historical Society lists:
266 Mollere Charles B. 03/22/1894 07/12/1964 US NAVY WW I MS. C.W.T. [http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/cemetery.htm?cemetery=COC&row=544]


General Notes: Wife - Genevieve Agnes HERLIHY

Records of the Church of the Annuncation
Book 1 Page 118 Act 5
Priest: P. deGruyter
Baptismal of: Genevevia Agnes Herlihy
Born: 03/27/1900
Baptized: 05/24/1900
Mother: Louise Haas
Father: Timothe (Polite) Herlihy
Sponsor: Alice Haas
Sponsor: Alice Herlihy
Note: Married Charles B Mollere 10/10/1922 in Waveland
[Hancock County Historical Society, http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0896]

Named as "Genevia" born Apr 1900 in the 1900 census.

Mrs. Genevieve MOLLERE of Waveland, Mississippi, is named as a surviving sister in the 1964 obituary of Frederick Leonard HERLIHY.

Obituary: MOLLERE
Mrs. Genevieve Herlihy Mollere, at Gulfport, Miss., on Saturday, April 8, 1972, at 9:15 o clock a.m., mother of Charles B. Mollere Jr. of Waveland, Miss., and Dr. Ollo J. Mollere of Gulfport, Miss.; sister of Mrs. Nora Morere of Bay St. Louis, Miss., Miss Hazel Herlihy and Cornelius Herlihy, both of Waveland, Miss.; also survived by 10 grandchildren; daughter of the late Timothy Hyppolite [sic] Herlihy and Mary Louisa Haas, age 72 years, a native of Kiln, Miss., and a longtime resident of Waveland, Miss.
Relatives and friends of the family, also members of the Gulfport Board of Realtors and Ladies Sodality of St. Claire's Catholic Church, are invited to attend the funeral.
Services from St. Claire's Catholic Church, Waveland, Miss., on Monday, April 10, 1972 at 9 o'clock a.m. Interment in Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Miss.
Visitation at St. Claire's Catholic Church on Sunday after 6:30 p.m. with resitation of the Rosary at 8:00 o'clock p.m.
Riemann's Fahey Funeral Home, Bay St. Louis, Miss., in charge.
[1972-4-9 TP: Times-Picayune, The (New Orleans, LA) Apr. 9, 1972, sec.: 1, p.: 24]

"Genieve Herlihy Mollere" is buried in Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. Find A Grave Memorial# 36539736 created by Ken Buley on Apr 29, 2009 lists her birth on Mar. 27, 1900 and her death on Apr. 8, 1972.


Notes: Marriage

Hancock County Marriage Record, Book P Page 428, Marriage of: Charles Brewster Mollere & Genevieve Herlihy; Date: 1922; (Parents of bride and groom not recorded until 1938); Minister: M. J. Costello. [http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordmarriage.htm?id=P-428]
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Bryce B. HOLCOMB and Hazel Elisabeth HERLIHY




Husband Bryce B. HOLCOMB

         Born: 10 October 1913
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 April 1990 - Hancock County, Mississippi
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1927



Wife Hazel Elisabeth HERLIHY 3624

         Born: 23 December 1907 - Mississippi
   Christened: 22 February 1908 - Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi
         Died: 15 October 1983 - Hancock County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Bayou Coco Cemetery, Hancock County, Mississippi


       Father: Timothy Hypolite HERLIHY (1861-1916) 2175
       Mother: Louise Mary HAAS (1871-1928) 3624




Children

General Notes: Husband - Bryce B. HOLCOMB

"HOLCOMB, BRYCE B 10 Oct 1913 24 Apr 1990 76 39520 (Bay Saint Louis, Hancock, MS) (none specified) Florida 267-12-3583" [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Hazel Elisabeth HERLIHY

Church of the Annunciation Baptismal Record
Book 4 Page 16 Act 4
Priest: J. H. Chauvin
Baptismal of: Hazel Elisabeth Herlihy
Born: 12/23/1907
Baptized: 02/22/1908
Mother: Louisa Haas
Father: Timothy Herlihy
Sponsor: Jacob Haas
Sponsor: Bernardine Curet
[http://www.hancockcountyhistoricalsociety.com/reference/recordchurch_b.htm?id=AB-0897]

Miss Hazel HERLIHY of Waveland, Mississippi, is named as a surviving sister in the 1964 obituary of Frederick Leonard HERLIHY.

Hazel, b. ca. 1908 in MS; married Bryce Holcomb; no children. [Maureen Adams]

Hazel Herlihy HOLCOMB is buried in Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. Find A Grave Memorial# 36490119 created by Ken Buley on Apr 28, 2009 lists her birth on Dec. 23, 1907 and her death on Oct. 15, 1983.
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John Joseph HERLIHY and Sarah "Sallie" PARKER




Husband John Joseph HERLIHY 4294

         Born: 17 October 1858 - Orleans Parishj, Louisiana 4294
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 November 1925 - Lake County, Florida 2625
       Buried: 


       Father: Timothy George HERLIHY (1830-1901) 2728
       Mother: Catherine FITZGERALD (Abt 1835-1869) 2728


     Marriage: 25 September 1879 - Jackson, Mississippi 4296



Wife Sarah "Sallie" PARKER 4295

         Born: May 1867 - Mississippi 4295
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Emma Louise HERLIHY 4295

         Born: June 1882 4295
   Christened: 1 June 1883 - Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frank J. RHOMER 4295
         Marr: 1900 4295


2 F Alice HERLIHY 2625,2626

         Born: 16 December 1888 - Mississippi 2626
   Christened: 18 July 1889 - Church of the Annunciation, Kiln, Mississippi
         Died: 20 February 1973 - Hillsborough County, Florida
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Hillsborough County, Florida
       Spouse: Sgt Eugene T. WATSON, Spanish American War 2625
         Marr: Abt 1907


3 F Bertha HERLIHY 2626,4568

         Born: March 1891 - Mississippi 2626
   Christened: 
         Died: February 1920 - Louisiana 4569
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Stuart MILLER 4569
         Marr: Bef 1916 4569


4 M John J. HERLIHY 4568

         Born: Abt 1904 - Louisiana 4568
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Joseph HERLIHY

Mississippi Marriages, Jackson County, Mississippi: HERLIHY, John and PARKER, Sally 1879-Sep-25. "Sally" ia a nickname for Sarah. She was married at age 13 according to the 1900 census entry saying married 20 years and is 33 years of age.



1900 U.S. Census, U.S Census, Mississippi, Hancock County, Jordan River; Series: T623 Roll: 808 Page: 226: 250 250 HERLIHY, John J. Head W M Oct 1858 41 M 20 LA Ire Ire Manufacturer (Illegible); Sarah Wife W F May 1867 33 M 20 3 3 MS LA MS; RHOMER (sic), Emma Dau W F June 1882 17 M 0 0 0 MS LA MS; HERLIHY, Alice Dau W F Dec 1888 11 S MS LA MS; (next page) HERLIHY, Bertha Dau W F Mar 1891 9 S MS LA MS; ROHMER (sic), Frank J. Son-in-law W M May 1874 26 M 0 AL AL AL. Neighbors on the next page include 5 LADNER families. (LADNER is the middle name of Gregory L. BERNARD, son of Rennis and Agnes Swanson (related family) BERNARD of Hancock Co., Mississippi.)

"John J. Herlihy, Fenton, Miss." was a guest in the Cosmopolitan Hotel. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Monday, October 3, 1904,Page 8]

John J. HERLIHY of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, bought out the interests of J. L. Benton in the Benton and Brown company, the oar and handle factory in Denham Springs, Louisiana. Mr. Herlihy had been in the mill and lumber business for years in Mississippi and recently sold his interests there. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 29, 1909, Page 16]

Denham Springs, La. ... Herlihy & Brown have made two long-distance shipments of their best oars - one to the Pacific coast and the other to Germany. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Thursday, June 10, 1909, Page 16]

1910 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Livingston Parish, Ward 2, Police Jury; Series: T624 Roll: 518 Page: 22: 176 177 HERLIHEY John J. Head M W 50 M1 31 LA Ireland Ireland Manufacturer Oars & Handles; -- Sarah Wife F W 49 M1 31 4 3 AL AL AL; -- Bertha Dau F W 19 S LA LA AL; -- John J. Son M W 6 S LA LA LA; WATSON Eugene F. [sic, T.] Son-in-law M W 30 M1 2 NC NC NC Manufacturer Turpentine; -- Alice Dau F W 21 M1 2 1 1 MS LA AL; -- Beatrice B. Dau F W 13/12 S LA NC MS; DAVIS Rebecca Cook F B 18 S LA LA LA Cook Private family.

John J. Herlihy's interest in Herlihy & Brown was bought out by his partner, William F. Brown. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Saturday, June 10, 1916, Page 7]

John J. Herlihy was born 17 October 1858 in New Orleans, Louisiana, died 2 November 1925 in Groveland, Lake County, Florida at age 67 years, 16 days, and was buried in Groveland on 4 November 1925. He was a son of Geo. T. HERLIHY and Catherine FITZGERALD, both listed as born in Dublin, Ireland. John was a Turpentine Operator. His wife is named as "Mrs. John J. Herlighy." ["Florida, Deaths, 1877-1939," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FPZQ-89G : accessed 16 July 2012), John J. Herlihy, 1925.]


Notes: Marriage

Marriage listed at http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/6575/harwell/cd-05.htm "The Harvey Genealogist".
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Michael ROWAN and Mary Margaret HERLIHY




Husband Michael ROWAN

         Born: Abt 1843 - Ireland
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 October 1914 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 22 October 1914 - St. Mary Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
     Marriage: Abt 1868 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana



Wife Mary Margaret HERLIHY 3301

         Born: 11 March 1853 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 4294
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 January 1934 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Timothy George HERLIHY (1830-1901) 2728
       Mother: Catherine FITZGERALD (Abt 1835-1869) 2728




Children
1 F Mary Ann ROWAN

         Born: 21 May 1874 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef October 1965
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry BURKE
         Marr: 17 February 1909


2 F Catherine ROWAN 2175,2743

         Born: 28 December 1875 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 2743
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 January 1926 - Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi
       Buried: 8 January 1926 - Bayou Coco Cemetery, Hancock County, Mississippi
       Spouse: Eleck SWANSON 2175,2743
         Marr: Abt 1899


3 F Agnes ROWAN

         Born: 27 February 1878 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 April 1948 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 18 April 1948 - Metairie Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Joseph Edmond VIRGETS
         Marr: Abt 1898


4 F Amelia Lillian ROWAN

         Born: 26 April 1888 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 May 1939 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 11 May 1939 - St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Harry J. PEYTON
         Marr: Bef 1911
       Spouse: Frederick T. WALTERS
         Marr: Bef 1930


5 F Bridget Jeannette ROWAN 3614

         Born: 26 January 1882 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 3614
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 March 1953 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 9 March 1953 - St. Patrick's Cemetery No.2, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Jourdan Edward HEMELT, Sr
         Marr: 17 September 1902 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 3613


6 M Michael George ROWAN 4571

         Born: 24 August 1883 - Louisiana 4571
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 January 1909 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 



7 F Loretta Josephine ROWAN 4533

         Born: 10 November 1885 - Louisiana 4532
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 October 1965 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 15 October 1965 - Greenwood Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: George Joseph RUSSELL, Sr. 4532
         Marr: 24 June 1911 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana


8 F Maggie Viola ROWAN 4364

         Born: 16 January 1888 - Louisiana 4364
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1965
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John A. GARZA, Sr.


9 F Antoinette Cidonia ROWAN

         Born: 22 January 1891 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 January 1972 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 14 January 1972 - St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: James Ellis WINTERS
         Marr: 18 February 1912 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 2502


10 M John William ROWAN

         Born: 17 August 1893 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 October 1893 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 



11 F Alice Myrtle ROWAN

         Born: 7 December 1894 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 July 1897 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 



12 F Ethel ROWAN

         Born: 30 July 1897 - Louisiana 4572
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 October 1956 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Walter John LOEFFLER
         Marr: 3 June 1914 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana 4369



General Notes: Husband - Michael ROWAN

Michael ROWAN's birth was between 1843 and August 1854 according to various records and family remembrances. According to posts at ancestry.com, Michael ROWAN's first name was Richard. "Richard Michael Rowan (1853 - 1914) Born in Ireland on 1853 to Rowan and Private. Richard Michael married Mary Herlihy and had 13 children. He passed away on 20 Oct 1914 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA."

The first positive identification of Michael ROWAN, husband of Mary Margaret HERLIHY and father of Catherine ROWAN is in the 1880 census of New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. His family, named as RODAN, includes Michael, 37, a laborer born in Liverpool, England of English parents; Mary, 25, a washer woman, born in Louisiana of Irish parents; Mary, 6; Catherine, 4; Agnes, 2; and Alice, age 1. The children were all born in Louisiana. Michael's obituary states he was a native of Ireland.

There are two earlier records for a Michael ROWAN. First, an immigration record shows Michael ROWAN arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana on 13 February 1851 on board the ship THOMAS B. WALES, under the command of Captain Crocker, having sailed from Liverpool, England. (Arrivals in N. O., LA: ROWAN MICHAEL Reel #33 Ship: THOMAS B WALES Date: 2-13-51 Departed from: LIVERPOOL Captain: CROCKER) Second, the 1860 census of New Orleans which lists Michael ROWAN, 37 [b. 1823], a white male Laborer, born in Ireland (apparently single and a boarder) who lives in the household of William JONES, 23, a coal and wood supplier. (Series: M653 Roll: 417 Page: 290)
Michael, 37 in 1860, may be the one in the immigration record; certainly, he would not be the same Michael still 37 years old in the 1880 census. It is possible he may be the father of Mary HERLIHY's husband. Michael, who would have been about eight years old in 1851.

About 1868, Michael ROWAN married Mary Margaret HERLIHY, born 11 March 1853, the 15 year old daughter of Timothy George HERLIHY. Michael ROWAN is among those named as representing his wife's interests in the succession file of Mary's mother, Catherine HERLIHY who died 5 Feb 1869.

Michael and Mary ROWAN have not been found in the 1870 census.

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, New Orleans, 2 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 462 Page: 6: South Chartres Street __ 120 ROOAN* (sic) Michael W M 37 (b. abt 1843) M Laborer 12 (months unemployed because of) Paralysis Liverpool (Birth place) London (written once across birthplace of father and mother);
-- Mary W F 25 Wife M Washerwoman N.O. Ireland (written once across birthplace of father and mother);
-- Mary 6 Dau S At school N.O. Liverpool N.O.;
-- Catherine W F 4 Dau S At home N.O. Liverpool N.O.;
-- Agnes W F 2 Dau S N.O. Liverpool N.O.;
-- Alice W F 1/12 Apr Dau S N.O. Liverpool N.O.
*Listed as RODAN at familysearch.com, on the LDS 1880 census index, along with other interpretations.

On May 13, 1900, the Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, reported that a Michael Rowan filed a suit in Civil District Court vs. Phillip or Fillippo Radovich for $10,000 for false imprisonment and slander.

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, New Orleans;
431 149 ROWAN Richard [Michael in 1880] Head W M Aug 1854 45* M 37 England England England Day laborer;
-- Mary Wife W F March 1856 44 M 37 LA Ireland LA;
-- Mamie [Mary in 1880] Dau W F May 1874 26 S LA Ireland LA;
-- Lilly [Alice in 1880?]Dau W F April 1880 20 S LA Ireland LA;
-- Jennette Dau W F Jan 1882 18 S LA Ireland LA;
-- George Son W M Aug 1883 16 S LA Ireland LA;
-- Viola Dau W F Jan 1888 12 S LA Ireland LA;
-- Antoinette Dau W F Jan 1890 10 S LA Ireland LA;
-- Ethel Dau W F Jul 1897 2 S LA Ireland LA.
*Married 37 years, 45 years old?, married then at age 8, error here, maybe 1845, more in line with his age in the 1880 census. He was 12 years older than Mary. RLD

This family has not been located in the 1910 census. Michael ROWAN died 20 October 1914 in New Orleans, Louisiana, age 61. He was born abt 1843. (N.O., LA Record Vol. 161/P. 826)

Obituary: ROWAN - On Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1914, at 4:30 p. m., MICHAEL ROWAN, beloved husband of Mary HERLIHY, a native of Ireland. The relatives and friends of the Rowan family, and Holy Name Society of St. Michael's Church, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the late residence, 1664 St. Thomas street, Thursday Afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Interment in St. Mary Cemetery, Algiers, La. Liverpool (England) papers please copy.
[The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, La., Wednesday, October 21, 1914, Page 8]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Margaret HERLIHY

"Mary Margaret HERLIHY was born March 11, 1853 in N. O., LA The record number is Vol. 22/Pg. 777. Her name on the record is spelled: Mary Margret Herlihey. It shows her father's name as Timothy and her mother's name is blank; but I know it is Catherine Fitzgerald from Catherine's succession file naming her children." (smada)
Mary HERLIHY, daughter of Timothy and Catherine HERLIHY is in the 1860 census of Orleans Parish, Louisiana at age "5". In the 1870 census she is named as Margaret, the combination of Mary Margaret being a truly grand Irish name, at the age of "15", a school girl.
Mary left home at the age of 15 and married Michael ROWAN. Family stories concerning Mary's stepmother makes it believable that Mary left home to get away from harsh treatment by her father's second wife, Bridget Anna HACKETT. Mary did, however, name one of her daughters Bridget Jennette. This may have happened in deference to her father, Timothy George HERLIHY. Mary did not call her daughter Bridget, but by her middle name Jennette.
In 1910, Mary is living in the household of her daughter, Jennette, and husband, Jourdan Edward HEMELT, in Hancock County, Mississippi. Also living with her in this household are two of Mary's daughters, Antoinette, 17, and Ethel, 12. Where is her husband, Michael, not supposed to have died until 1914? Mary is not indicated as a widow, but as married once and for 38 years; the 1900 census has her married for 37 years then.

In 1930, Mary Rowan resided with her daughter Ethel Rowan Loeffler and family in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Obituary: At the residence, 8815 Colapissa, Thursday morning, January 4, 1934, at 4:40 o'clock, MARY HERLIHY, beloved wife of the late Michael Rowan, mother of Mrs. Joseph E. Virgets, Mrs. J. Hemelt, Mrs. Henry Burke, Mrs. W. Loeffler, Mrs. George Russell, Mrs. Ellis Winters, Mrs. Fred Walters and Mrs. John Garza of Houston, Tex. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral which will take place from the funeral home of Pat J. McMahon- Coburn Co., 2305 Canal street, corner North Miro, due notice of which will be given. Interment in St. Bartholomew cemetery, Algiers. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana,Friday, January 5, 1934, Page 2]
[Mary died in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Loeffler. RLD]
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John Peter MORERE and Nora Sidonia HERLIHY




Husband John Peter MORERE 4476

         Born: 5 July 1889 - Louisiana 4476
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Wife Nora Sidonia HERLIHY 2175,4476

         Born: December 1897 - Mississippi
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       Father: Timothy Hypolite HERLIHY (1861-1916) 2175
       Mother: Louise Mary HAAS (1871-1928) 3624




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1 F Nola Rita MORERE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Herlihy John MORERE (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - John Peter MORERE

Nora, b. Dec. 1897 in MS; married John MORERE; 3 children. [Maureen Adams]

John Peter is buried in Bayou Coco Cemetery, Kiln, Hancock County, Mississippi. Find A Grave Memorial# 36544091 created by Ken Buley on Apr 29, 2009 provides that John was born Jul. 5, 1889 and died Nov. 12, 1954.

"Mrs. Nora MOLLERE" of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi is named in the 1964 obituary of her brother, Frederick HERLIHY.


General Notes: Wife - Nora Sidonia HERLIHY

1920 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, Pct 11, New Orleans, Ward 3; Series: T625 Roll: 619 Page: 171: 416 365 MORERE John P. Head M W 30 M LA LA LA Tinsmith Sheet metal; -- Nora Wife F W 22 M MS LA MS; -- Nola Rita Dau F W 1+5/12 S LA LA MS.
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Henry Michael HERLONG, Jr. and JACOBS




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       Father: Michael Henry HERLONG (1910-1988)
       Mother: Josie Payne BLOCKER (1912-      )


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SPIERS and Mary Jo HERLONG




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       Mother: Josie Payne BLOCKER (1912-      )




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John SUSERSKY, Jr. and Margaret Louise HERMAN




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       Father: Paul George HERMAN (1912-      )
       Mother: Evelyn Louise BULL (1911-      )




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1 M Jeffery Michael SUSERSKY (details suppressed for this person)

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Jose Mariano HERNANDEZ and Ann HILL




Husband Jose Mariano HERNANDEZ

         Born: 4 August 1793 - St. Augustine, Florida
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         Died: 8 June 1857 - Cuba
       Buried:  - San Carlos Cemetery, Matanzas, Cuba
     Marriage: 25 February 1814 - St. Augustine Cathedral, St. Augustine, Florida



Wife Ann HILL

         Born: 6 June 1787 - St. Augustine, Florida
   Christened: 8 July 1787 - St. Augustine Cathedral, St. Augustine, Florida
         Died: 1849 - St. Augustine, Florida
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       Father: Theophilus HILL (Abt 1742-1790)
       Mother: Teresa THOMAS (Abt 1743-1825)



 Other Spouse: Samuel WILLIAMS - Abt 1803


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General Notes: Husband - Jose Mariano HERNANDEZ

General Jose Mariano HERNANDEZ married Ann HILL in St. Augustine, Florida on 25 February 1814.
In 1818, he acquired the lands that eventually became Washington Oaks Gardens. Today it is a Florida State located at 6400 North Oceanshore Blvd. Palm Coast, Florida. The following is from information published for the state park:
"During the 1500's and 1600's several French, Spanish, and English groups passed through the area. The first documented settlement by Europeans came in 1770 when the British government granted the land to John Moultrie, Lieutenant Governor of East Florida. Moultrie mined the heaps of oyster shells to produce lime in his lime kiln and established an orange grove.
In 1793 a fire, probably natural, swept over the tract. Shortly after, it was acquired by a Portuguese born merchant who may have constructed some buildings and planted crops. Common crops on nearby farms were rice and corn.
In 1818, Jose Mariano Hernandez, a St. Augustine native of Minorcan descent, bought the land. He named it "Bella Vista."
Hernandez' career as a planter was typical for many in northeast Florida. He was a citizen of a Spanish colony, owning lands granted by Spain. In 1821, Florida became a U.S. territory.
Hernandez swore allegiance to the new country and changed his name to Joseph Marion Hernandez. His service to the government included representing St. Augustine in the Territorial legislature in Tallahassee and serving as the first Representative from the Territory of Florida to the U.S. Congress. He became known as General Hernandez because, as Brigadier General, he organized and commanded militia before and during the Second Seminole War (1835-42).
On his several land holdings, Hernandez raised cotton, sugar, and crops to feed the family, workers, and slaves. Bella Vista adjoined his cotton plantation to the south, but was apparently never developed as a separate farm itself. In 1836, Indians burned plantations along the Matanzas River, that were occupied by U.S. troops, including Hernandez lands. Since Bella Vista was not garrisoned, it was not destroyed. But the plantation economy in this part of the state never fully recovered.
In 1845, Hernandez' daughter Luisa married a lawyer from North Carolina named George Lawrence Washington. (He shared a common ancestor with President George Washington.) While George Lawrence and Luisa Washington lived in the St. Augustine area until 1856, it does not appear that they built a home or resided at Bella Vista.
Washington apparently remembered this land fondly long after Luisa died. In 1878, he began seasonal visits to St. Augustine. At Bella Vista, now owned by another daughter of General Hernandez, he built a small beach house, which he and his sons used for hunting and fishing and raising citrus. In 1888, he bought the entire property from her and people began calling it "The Washington Place."
After Washington's death in 1894, the property went to his heirs. One of them, a son from a later marriage in New Jersey, sold the land to unrelated developers in 1923. Only the collapse of the 1920's Florida land boom kept the tract from sprouting a new crop of homes in a subdivision to be called "Hernandez Estates."
In 1936 the land was bought by Louise Powis Clark, a designer from New York. It was to become a winter retirement home for herself and her third husband, Owen D. Young. Young, an attorney and industrialist who had been chairman of the board of General Electric Corporation and RCA, advised the Government on international monetary issues.
The Youngs were responsible for the name "Washington Oaks," as well as the design of the gardens and the house. They combined native and exotic plantings, even adding touches from the Orient, where both had spent time. They gradually acquired the beach front property from neighbors. Throughout the 1940's and 50's, children and grandchildren of previous marriages enjoyed extended vacations here.
In 1962, Mr. Young died. Shortly before her death in 1965, Mrs. Young gave most of Washington Oaks to the State of Florida. She specified that the gardens be "maintained in their present form" and expanded as funds become available."
September 291822 Joseph Marion (Jose Mariano) Hernandez was elected as Florida's first territorial delegate to the United States Congress. (TODAY IN FLORIDA HISTORY , Northeast Florida League of the South)
Biography
Joseph Marion Hernandez
U.S. Congressman Born: 8/4/1793 Birthplace: St. Augustine, Florida
Joseph Marion Hernandez was the first Hispanic to serve in the U.S. Congress, as a delegate from the Spanish territory of Florida. He served in Congress just over five months, from September 1822 to March 1823. He later served the U.S. army in the war against the Florida Indians, leading the 1837 expedition that captured Chief Osceola. Died: 6/8/1857 (Infoplease.com)
Hernandez, Joseph Marion (1793-1857) Born in St. Augustine, St. Johns County, Fla., August 4 , 1793 . Delegate to U.S. Congress from Florida Territory, 1822-23; member of Florida territorial House of Representatives . Died in Cuba, June 8 , 1857. Entombed at San Carlos Cemetery, Matanzas, Cuba. (The Political Graveyard.)
The Congressinal Biography of HERNANDEZ, Joseph Marion, 1793-1857:
HERNANDEZ, Joseph Marion, a Delegate from the Territory of Florida; born in St. Augustine, Fla. (then a Spanish colony), August 4, 1793; transferred his allegiance to the United States; upon the formation of Florida Territory was elected as a Delegate to the Seventeenth Congress and served from September 30, 1822, to March 3, 1823; member and presiding officer of the Territorial house of representatives; appointed brigadier general of Volunteers in the war against the Florida Indians; entered the United States service and served from 1835 to 1838; commanded the expedition in 1837 that captured the Indian chief Oceola; appointed brigadier general of Mounted Volunteers in July 1837; unsuccessful Whig candidate for the United States Senate in 1845; moved to Cuba and engaged as a planter in the District of Coliseo, near Matanzas; died at the family’s sugar estate, “Audaz,” in the District of Coliseo, Matanzas Province, Cuba, June 8, 1857; interment in the Junco family vault in San Carlos Cemetery, Matanzas, Cuba.


General Notes: Wife - Ann HILL

From the Andrea Papers, citing the Church Register of the Cathedral of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, Florida: "ANNA MARIA HILL...Daughter born Iin St. Augustine 6 June 1787 and baptized in Cathed (sic) 8 July 1787 and died in St. Augustine in June 1849...She married first to SAMUEL WILLIAMS and second to Gen. JOSE MARIANO HERNANDEZ 25 Feb. 1814."
Ann HILL had a twin brother, Thomas HILL.
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Joseph Sanchez HERNANDEZ and Joan LOYD




Husband Joseph Sanchez HERNANDEZ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Joan LOYD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Cecil Andrew LOYD (1895-      )
       Mother: Gladys MEANS (1899-1984)




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James Billingslea MITCHELL, Jr. and Marie HERNANDEZ




Husband James Billingslea MITCHELL, Jr. 602

         Born: 21 September 1874 - Russell County, Alabama 602
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       Buried:  - Mission Burial Park, Bexar County, Texas


       Father: 1st Lt. James Billingslea MITCHELL, CSA (1844-1891) 1092,1380,2386
       Mother: Rebecca Stone RYAN (1845-1924) 2387,2388,2389


     Marriage: 8 November 1911 - Bexar County, Texas



Wife Marie HERNANDEZ

         Born: 28 January 1880 - Bexar County, Texas
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       Buried: 27 July 1945 - San Fernando Cemetery #2, Bexar County, Texas.


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General Notes: Husband - James Billingslea MITCHELL, Jr.

J. B. Mitchell married Marie Hernandez on 8 November 1911 in Bexar County, Texas. Witnesses were Jose Escalera and Refugio Escalera. George Belsey, Curate, St. Marks, San Antonio, officiated.
[NOTE: Dates above are taken from the marriage record on page 202, No. 32197. The dates on the cited FamilySearch.org transcription are in error. RLD]
["Texas, County Marriage Records, 1837-1977," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K61K-GQK : accessed 24 May 2015), J B Mitchell and Marie Hernandez, 09 Oct 1911, Marriage; citing Bexar, Texas, United States, Citing county clerk offices, Texas.]

On 12 September 1918, James Billingslea Mitchell, born 21 March 1874, residing at 214 Indianola St., San Antonio, Texas, registered for the World War I draft . He was the proprietor of a Broker and Public accountant firm. His nearest relative was his wife, Marie H. Mitchell, same address. James was described as being of medium height and build with blue eyes and gray hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KZXY-VPL : accessed 24 May 2015), James Billingslea Mitchell, 1917-1918; citing San Antonio City no 4, Texas, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,983,590.]

Per death certificate, "J. B. Mitchell", born 9 October 1873 born in Alabama, died 23 October 1922 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas at age 49 years, 13 days.. He was married, worked as a bookkeeper and resided at 11124 S. San Marcos St., San Antonio, Texas. His father was Mitchell born in Georgia. Informant was Mrs. Maria Mitchell, 1124 S. San Marcos St.. Burial was in "Mission B. P.[Burial Park] on 26 October 1922
Mitchell ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KS1T-75T : accessed 24 May 2015), J B Mitchell, 23 Oct 1922; citing certificate number 27718, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,074,635.]
NOTE: A lack of knowledge of James Billingslea Mitchell, Jr.'s family and the variance in birth dates show a lack of familiarity with James' background concerning, and by the informant.

NOTE: Previous information from this source that James never married is seemingly proven wrong by the above:
James Billingslea MITCHELL was born on September 21, 1874 in Seale, Russell County, AL. Worked in a real estate office in Columbus, Georgia. Moved to Texas in 1900 and was a broker in San Antonio circa 1916. He never married. [http://www.angelfire.com/ga4/h-pooleiii/Mitchell_desc.pdf]

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This appears to be James' widow in 1930.
"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:HP65-ZMM : accessed 24 May 2015), Marie H Mitchell, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0026, sheet 2B, family 31, line 91, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2292; FHL microfilm 2,342,026.
Marie H. Mitchell Head F 45 Widowed TX TX TX

Mary Mitchell, born 28 January 1880 in San Antonio, Texas, died 26 July 1945 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. She was a widow. Her parents were Jose Hernandez and Adelaida Colunga. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KS14-DZ2 : accessed 24 May 2015), Mary Mitchell, 26 Jul 1945; citing certificate number 28522, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,137,961.]


General Notes: Wife - Marie HERNANDEZ

Maria Hernandez married James Billingslea Mitchell, Jr., in 1911. James died in 1922.
"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:HP65-ZMM : accessed 24 May 2015), Marie H Mitchell, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0026, sheet 2B, family 31, line 91, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2292; FHL microfilm 2,342,026.
Marie H. Mitchell Head F 45 Widowed TX TX TX

Mary Mitchell, born 28 January 1880 in San Antonio, Texas, died 26 July 1945 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. She was a widow. Her parents were Jose Hernandez and Adelaida Colunga. Interment in San Fernando Cemetery #2 on 27 July 1945, Bexar County, Texas. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KS14-DZ2 : accessed 24 May 2015), Mary Mitchell, 26 Jul 1945; citing certificate number 28522, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,137,961.]


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John Henderson YEAGER and Ann Wailer HERNDON




Husband John Henderson YEAGER

         Born: 29 May 1843 - Missouri
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Wife Ann Wailer HERNDON 4573,4574

         Born: September 1859 - Kentucky 4573
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       Father: Zachariah HERNDON (Abt 1811-      ) 4574
       Mother: Sarah SHOCKLEY (Abt 1821-      ) 4574




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1 M Zachariah Herndon YEAGER 3321

         Born: 14 October 1882 - Banklick, Kentucky 4573
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         Marr: 26 August 1908


2 U YEAGER

         Born: Cir 1885 - Kentucky
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3 F Louisa YEAGER 4573

         Born: September 1887 - Kentucky 4573
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4 F Delia YEAGER 4573

         Born: November 1889 - Kentucky 4573
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5 M Thomas S. YEAGER 3321

         Born: October 1891 - Kentucky 4573
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6 F Mary YEAGER 4573

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General Notes: Husband - John Henderson YEAGER

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Boyle County, Danville; Series: T9 Roll: 404 Page: 401:
Line 21 YEAGER John H. W M 38 S Teacher of D.+D. Deaf + Dumb MO VA KY.


General Notes: Wife - Ann Wailer HERNDON

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Kenton County, Cox; Series: T9 Roll: 426 Page: 645: 52 52 HERNDON Zackari W M 69 M Farmer KY VA VA; -- Sarah _. 59 Wife M Keeping house KY Scotland VA; -- Annie W. W F 20 Dau S At home Deaf + Dumb KY KY KY; -- Delia C. W F 18 Dau - At home KY KY KY; STAPLETON William W M 8 Adopted son KY KY KY.

1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Boyle County, Danville, 2 Wd; Series: T623 Roll: 509 Page: 115: 381 381 YEAGER Ann W. Head W F Sept 1859 40 Wd - 6 5 KY KY KY Teacher (Ky Ins for D ___) Can read and write but not speak English*; -- Herndon Son W M Oct 1882 17 S KY MO KY At school; -- Louisa Dau W F Sept 1887 12 S KY MO KY At school; -- Delia Dau W F Nov 1889 10 S KY MO KY At school; -- Thomas Son W M Oct 1891 8 S KY MO KY; -- Mary Dau W F June 1896 3 S KY MO KY; SPARKS A___ B. Boarder W F June 1838 61 Wd - 3 3 KY KY KY Mgr laundry Ky Ins for Deaf M.; BLOUNT Wm J. Boarder W M Dec 1858 41 M 5 KY KY KY Teacher (Ky Ins for D. M.); -- Mattie Boarder W F Sept 1861 38 M 5 1 0 KY KY KY.
*Annie previously noted in 1880 as being unable to hear or speak.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Boyle County, Pct 13; Series: T624 Roll: 465 Page: 156:
South 4th St 365 44 55 YEAGER Anna Y. Head F W 50 Wd - 6 5 KY KY KY Teacher Ky School for Deaf; -- Delia Dau F W 20 S KY KY KY Stenographer; -- Mary Dau W F 13 S KY KY KY.

1920 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Boyle County, Danville, The Kentucky School for the Deaf; Series: T625 Roll: 558 Page: 291:
Line 14 YEAGER Annie Officer F W 60 Wd KY KY KY Teacher Ky School for D.
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Benjamin HERNDON and Sarah PINES




Husband Benjamin HERNDON

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1 M Joseph HERNDON

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2 F Mary Boswell HERNDON

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3 F Frances HERNDON

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4 F Elizabeth M. HERNDON

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5 M Benjamin HERNDON

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6 F Sarah Pines HERNDON 1239

         Born: 17 June 1784
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7 F Barbara Asbury HERNDON

         Born: 10 January 1788
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8 F Nancy Coke HERNDON

         Born: 4 June 1790
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9 F Rebecca Ellis HERNDON

         Born: 4 November 1792
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10 M Zachary Pines HERNDON

         Born: 19 April 1794
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11 M Stephen HERNDON

         Born: 26 August 1799
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John Saunders RICE and Nancy Coke HERNDON




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Wife Nancy Coke HERNDON

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       Father: Benjamin HERNDON (1748-1819)
       Mother: Sarah PINES (Abt 1752-      )




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Judge William RICE and Sarah Pines HERNDON




Husband Judge William RICE 1239

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     Marriage: Bef 1816



Wife Sarah Pines HERNDON 1239

         Born: 17 June 1784
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         Died: 27 May 1851
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       Father: Benjamin HERNDON (1748-1819)
       Mother: Sarah PINES (Abt 1752-      )




Children
1 M Samuel Farrow RICE 1239,1240

         Born: 2 June 1816 - Union District, South Carolina 1239
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         Died: 3 January 1890 - Montgomery County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Amanda B. PEARSON 1240
         Marr: Bef 1842
       Spouse: M. Elllen --?-- 1241
         Marr: Bef 1877



General Notes: Husband - Judge William RICE

"...Samuel Farrow RICE, now a resident of this county [Montgomery County, Alabama]. He is the son of Judge Wm. Rice, who was a State senator in South Carolina. His mother was a sister of Z. P. HERNDON, a noted South Carolina lawyer, another of whose sisters married Hon. Samuel FARROW of that State."
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Colonel Stephen HERNDON and Susannah LEE




Husband Colonel Stephen HERNDON 2612

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Wife Susannah LEE 2612

         Born: 1776 - South Carolina 2612
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       Father: Andrew LEE (1745-1807) 2622
       Mother: Ann WILSON (1754-1818) 2622




Children

General Notes: Wife - Susannah LEE

Called "Sookie."
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Zachariah HERNDON and Sarah SHOCKLEY




Husband Zachariah HERNDON 4574

         Born: Abt 1811 - Kentucky
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     Marriage: Bef 1850



Wife Sarah SHOCKLEY 4574

         Born: Abt 1821 - Kentucky 4574
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Children
1 F Ann Wailer HERNDON 4573,4574

         Born: September 1859 - Kentucky 4573
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         Died: After 1919
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       Spouse: John Henderson YEAGER
         Marr: Bef 1882


2 F Delia C. HERNDON 4574

         Born: Abt 1862 - Kentucky 4574
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HERRIN




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1 F Maggie Tabitha HERRIN 3875,3876

         Born: Abt 1843 - South Carolina 3875
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       Spouse: Dr. John Martin RUSHTON 3875,3876


2 F Sallie HERRIN 3876

         Born: Abt 1841 - South Carolina 3876
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Dr. John Martin RUSHTON and Maggie Tabitha HERRIN




Husband Dr. John Martin RUSHTON 3875,3876

         Born: Abt 1838 - South Carolina 3875
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Wife Maggie Tabitha HERRIN 3875,3876

         Born: Abt 1843 - South Carolina 3875
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       Father: HERRIN (      -      )
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Children
1 M Benjamin W. RUSHTON 3876

         Born: Abt 1867 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3875
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2 F Harriet A. RUSHTON 3876

         Born: Abt 1869 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3875
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3 F Mary C. RUSHTON 3875

         Born: Abt 1872 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3875
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4 M Dr. James M. RUSHTON 3875

         Born: Abt 1875 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3875
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       Spouse: Octavia CROUCH 2896


5 M W. Pierce RUSHTON 3875

         Born: Abt 1876 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3875
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6 F M. Tabitha RUSHTON 3875

         Born: Abt 1878 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3875
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7 F Anna Elizabeth RUSHTON 2709,2896,3875

         Born: 1879 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2709
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       Spouse: Olin Marvin EIDSON 343
         Marr: After 15 April 1910


8 F Eva RUSHTON 2896

         Born: 1882 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2709
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9 F Jessie RUSHTON 2896

         Born: 1884 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2709
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. John Martin RUSHTON

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Saluda Division, Lotts P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1495 Page: 410: 896 906 RUSHTON John M. 32 M W Merchant 3000 2500 SC; -- Maggie 28 F W Keeping house SC; -- Benjamin 3 M W At home SC; -- Hattie 1 F W At home SC; HERRIN Sally 29 F W Without occ. SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Mobley; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 282: 16 16 RUSHTON J. Martin W M 42 M Physician SC SC SC; -- M. Tabitha W F Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Benjamin W. W M 13 Son S At school SC SC SC; -- Hariet A. W F 11 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Mary C. W F 8 Dau S SC SC SC; -- James M. W M 5 Son S SC SC SC; -- W. Pierce W M 4 Son S SC SC SC; -- M. Tabitha W F 2 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Anna E. W F 1 Dau S SC SC SC;
HERIN Sallie W F 29 Sister-in-law S At home SC SC SC;
OUZTS William M. W M 21 Boarder - Clerk ion store SC SC SC.


General Notes: Wife - Maggie Tabitha HERRIN

Maggie Tabitha HERRIN married John Martin RUSTON about 1866. In 1870 and 1880, Sally HERRIN 29, resides in their home in Edgefield County, South Carolna. In 1880, Sallie is named as a sister-in-law to Maggie Tabitha RUSHTON.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Johnston Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 74: 138 149 RUSHTON Maggie J. Head F W 65 Wd -- 10 6 SC SC SC; -- Anna B. Dau F W 28 S SC SC SC Teacher Public school; -- Eva Dau F W 26 S SC SC SC Teacher Public school; -- Jessie Dau F W 24 S SC SC SC None.
Next door is Maggie's son, James, and his wife, Octavia.
Anna B.'s future father-in-law John Daniel EIDSON lives two doors away, and her future husband, Olin M. EIDSON lives five households away.

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LUCKIE and Era HERRING




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Wife Era HERRING

         Born: Cir 1915
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 Other Spouse: Charles Emmette DANIELL, USN, WWII - 4 October 1981 - Gulf County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Wife - Era HERRING

Eva HERRING married second Charles Emmette DANIELL on Oct 4, 1981 in Gulf County, Florida. Herring. Her first husband was a LUCKIE. [Teresa Griffis]

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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