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Daniell & Ditmore



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Howson HOOE




Husband Howson HOOE 3888

         Born: February 1696 3888
   Christened: 
         Died: 1780 - Stafford County, Virginia 3888
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife

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Children
1 M Howson HOOE, Jr. 190

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       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth DADE 190
         Marr: 26 September 1746 - Stafford County, Virginia 3889



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James Henry HOOE and Alzere Thompson MANUEL




Husband James Henry HOOE 4439

         Born: 11 April 1823 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 August 1907 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: Henry D. HOOE (      -      ) 925
       Mother: Mary Ann GUNNELL (1804-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1854



Wife Alzere Thompson MANUEL

         Born: 25 April 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1888 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


Children
1 M John Henry HOOE

         Born: 6 December 1854 - Jefferson County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 December 1926 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Sarah Redman ROBINSON
         Marr: 8 May 1876 - Jefferson County, West Virginia


2 M James Emmitt HOOE

         Born: 1857
   Christened: 
         Died: 1923
       Buried: 



3 F Annie Elizabeth HOOE

         Born: 1 January 1865 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 March 1940 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia




General Notes: Husband - James Henry HOOE

James Henry HOOE, son of Henry Dade HOOE & Mary Ann GUNNELL, is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 21373680, "created by: Robert" on Sep 05, 2007 provides the following:
James Henry HOOE was born April 11, 1823 in Virginia. He died August 20, 1907 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. He married Alzere Thompson MANUEL (1830 - 1888) and their children were John Henry Hooe (1854 - 1926), James Emmitt Hooe (1857 - 1923), and Annie Elizabeth Hooe (1865 - 1940)


General Notes: Wife - Alzere Thompson MANUEL

Alzere Thompson MANUEL is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 21373858, "created by: Robert" on Sep 05, 2007 provides the following:
Alzere Thompson MANUEL was born April 25, 1830 in Virginia. She died February 6, 1888 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. She married James Henry Hooe (1823 - 1907) and their children were John Henry Hooe (1854 - 1926), James Emmitt Hooe (1857 - 1923), and Annie Elizabeth Hooe (1865 - 1940).
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John Henry HOOE and Sarah Redman ROBINSON




Husband John Henry HOOE

         Born: 6 December 1854 - Jefferson County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 December 1926 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: James Henry HOOE (1823-1907) 4439
       Mother: Alzere Thompson MANUEL (1830-1888)


     Marriage: 8 May 1876 - Jefferson County, West Virginia



Wife Sarah Redman ROBINSON

         Born: 1 February 1855 - Jefferson County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 August 1923 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: Myrtillo Steptoe Brent ROBINSON (1826-1886)
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Catherine Ann HOOE

         Born: 1877 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 October 1937 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried:  - Arlington Cemetery



2 M Robert Mason HOOE

         Born: 7 December 1878 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1937 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Mary E. KEMP 4623
         Marr: Abt 1905


3 M John Shirley HOOE

         Born: 22 August 1880 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 November 1957 - Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Minnie Lee QUICK


4 M John Henry HOOE

         Born: December 1886 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1911 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia



5 M Oscar N. HOOE 4624

         Born: Abt 1889 - Jefferson County, West Virginia 4624
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M SFC Garland Hurst HOOE, Sr., USA, WW I

         Born: 12 June 1891 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 December 1970 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia



7 M William Byington HOOE

         Born: 1 June 1892 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 May 1934 - Berkeley County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Spouse: Cliffie B. ADAMS


8 M Franklin HOOE 4624

         Born: Abt 1894 - Jefferson County, West Virginia 4624
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Henry HOOE

John Henry Hooe, son of James Henry Hooe (1823 - 1907) and Alzere Thompson Manuel (1830 - 1888), is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 21373773, "created by: Robert" on Sep 05, 2007 provides the following:
John Henry Hooe was born 6 December 1854 in Jefferson County, Virginia. He died 26 December 1926 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. He married Sarah Redman Robinson (1855 - 1923) and their children were Catherine Ann Hooe (1877 - 1937), Robert Mason Hooe (1878 - 1937), John Shirley Hooe (1880 - 1957), John Henry Hooe (1886 - 1911), Garland Hurst Hooe (1891 - 1970), and William Byington Hooe (1892 - 1934).

1910 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town; Series: T624 Roll: 1682 Page: 152: Line 73 HOOE John H. Head M W 59 M1 32 WV VA VA Carpenter House; -- Sally R. Wife F W 55 M1 32 8 8 WV VA WV; -- Shirley S. [sic] Son M W 28 S WV WV WV Painter; -- Byingtom W. Son M W 27 S WV WV WV Automobilist Private family; -- James H. Son 23 S WV WV WV Lineman Electric Co; -- Oscar N. Son M W 21 S WV WV WV Operator Telephone office; -- Garland Son M W 17 S WV WV WV Electrician Electric Co.; -- Franklin Son M W 16 S WV WV WV None; -- Roy W. GrSon* M W 16 S WV WV WV Automobilist Private family. *Son of Catherine.

"Mr. John Henry Hooe, a lifelong resident of Charles Town died at the home of his son Mr. Frank Hooe, on Northwest Street Sunday night, December 26,death coming after an illness of two weeks from an attack of paralysis. Mr Hooe was 72 yrs old. As a boy of 10 or 12 yrs old he witnessed some of the stirring dramas of the Civil War period in and around Charles Town. Mr Hooe was a carpenter by occupation and as such was employed at one time or another by the property owners of the town. One daughter Miss Kate Hooe of Winchester, and six sons Frank, Robert and Shirley in Charles Town, Byington in Martinsburg, Oscar and Garland of Purnellville, VA, one sister Miss Annie Hooe and one brother Mr. Alex Hooe both of Charles Town are survivers." [Farmers Advocate, Charles Town West Virginia Jan 08, 1927]


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Redman ROBINSON

Sarah Redman Robinson, daughter of Myrtillo Steptoe Brent Robinson (1826 - 1886), is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 21373890, "created by: Robert" on Sep 05, 2007 provides the following:
Sarah Redman Robinson was born 1 February 1855 in Jefferson County, Virginia. She died 27 August 1923 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. She married John Henry Hooe (1854 - 1926) and their children were Catherine Ann Hooe (1877 - 1937), Robert Mason Hooe (1878 - 1937), John Shirley Hooe (1880 - 1957), John Henry Hooe (1886 - 1911), Garland Hurst Hooe (1891 - 1970), and William Byington Hooe (1892 - 1934).
[Even though the name Robertson is seen on the marriage announcement and sometimes in birth records for Sarah Hooe, her death certificate says her fatherss last name is Robinson. Her father's headstone clearly says Robinson.]


Notes: Marriage

"In Charlestown, May 8th, 1876, by Rev. T. B. Shepherd, Mr. JOHN HENRY HOE [sic] to Miss SARAH R. ROBERTSON [sic], daughter of Mr. M. S. B. Robertson - all of this town." [Find A Grave Memorial# 21373773]
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John Shirley HOOE and Minnie Lee QUICK




Husband John Shirley HOOE

         Born: 22 August 1880 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 November 1957 - Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: John Henry HOOE (1854-1926)
       Mother: Sarah Redman ROBINSON (1855-1923)


     Marriage: 



Wife Minnie Lee QUICK

         Born: 4 March 1884 - West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 September 1949 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: Langdon QUICK (      -      )
       Mother: Georgianna WILSON (      -      )




Children

General Notes: Husband - John Shirley HOOE

Find A Grave Memorial# 46470728, created by: "Robert" on Jan 08, 2010 provides the following:
John Shirley Hooe, son of John Henry Hooe of Clarke County, Virginia and Sarah Redmond Robinson of Jefferson County, West Virginia, was born 22 August 1880 in Jefferson County, West Virginia and died 24 November 1957 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. He married Minnie Lee Quick (1884 - 1949). John is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA.


General Notes: Wife - Minnie Lee QUICK

Find A Grave Memorial# 46470818, created by "Robert" on Jan 08, 2010 provides the following:
Minnie Lee Quick, daughter of Landon & Georgianna Wilson Quick, was born 4 March 1884 in West Virginia and died 30 September 1949 in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. She married John Shirley Hooe. Minnie is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA.
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Colonel Rice HOOE and Ann HOWSON




Husband Colonel Rice HOOE 2131

         Born: 1660 2131
   Christened: 
         Died: 1726 2131
       Buried: 


       Father: Rice HOOE (Cir 1625-      ) 2131
       Mother: Catherine TALIAFERRO (Cir 1630-      ) 2131


     Marriage: Cir 1695

 Other Spouse: Mary DADE - Bef 10 February 1691 - Stafford County, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Frances TOWNSHEND 2131 - 1699



Wife Ann HOWSON 2131

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       Father: Robert HOWSON (      -      ) 2131
       Mother: 




Children

General Notes: Husband - Colonel Rice HOOE

"HOOE, RICE Lt. Colonel Virginia Militia Listed in roll of Militia dated June 17, 1703." (STAFFORD COUNTY, Virginia, COLONIAL WAR VETERANS, Researched, written and contributed by: Homer Musselman, http://www.rootsweb.com/~vastaffo/military/colonialwarveterans.htm)
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Colonel Rice HOOE and Frances TOWNSHEND




Husband Colonel Rice HOOE 2131

         Born: 1660 2131
   Christened: 
         Died: 1726 2131
       Buried: 


       Father: Rice HOOE (Cir 1625-      ) 2131
       Mother: Catherine TALIAFERRO (Cir 1630-      ) 2131


     Marriage: 1699

 Other Spouse: Mary DADE - Bef 10 February 1691 - Stafford County, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Ann HOWSON 2131 - Cir 1695



Wife Frances TOWNSHEND 2131

         Born: Cir 1665
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Robert TOWNSHEND (Cir 1640-      ) 2131
       Mother: Mary LANGHORNE (Cir 1645-      ) 2131



 Other Spouse: Francis DADE II - 1683

 Other Spouse: John WITHERS 2131 - Bef 1699


Children
1 F Sarah HOOE 2128

         Born: Cir 1707
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 August 1758 - King George County, Virginia 2130
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Philip ALEXANDER II 2128
         Marr: 11 November 1726 - St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia



General Notes: Husband - Colonel Rice HOOE

"HOOE, RICE Lt. Colonel Virginia Militia Listed in roll of Militia dated June 17, 1703." (STAFFORD COUNTY, Virginia, COLONIAL WAR VETERANS, Researched, written and contributed by: Homer Musselman, http://www.rootsweb.com/~vastaffo/military/colonialwarveterans.htm)


General Notes: Wife - Frances TOWNSHEND

Frances TOWNSHEND was the third wife of Col. Rice HOOE.
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Rice HOOE and Catherine TALIAFERRO




Husband Rice HOOE 2131

         Born: Cir 1625
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1650



Wife Catherine TALIAFERRO 2131

         Born: Cir 1630
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Colonel Rice HOOE 2131

         Born: 1660 2131
   Christened: 
         Died: 1726 2131
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary DADE
         Marr: Bef 10 February 1691 - Stafford County, Virginia
       Spouse: Ann HOWSON 2131
         Marr: Cir 1695
       Spouse: Frances TOWNSHEND 2131
         Marr: 1699



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Robert Mason HOOE and Mary E. KEMP




Husband Robert Mason HOOE

         Born: 7 December 1878 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1937 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: John Henry HOOE (1854-1926)
       Mother: Sarah Redman ROBINSON (1855-1923)


     Marriage: Abt 1905



Wife Mary E. KEMP 4623

         Born: 1 September 1880 - West Virginia 4623
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 December 1956 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


Children
1 F Geraldine HOOE

          AKA: Mina HOOE 4623
         Born: 1907 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1993
       Buried: 



2 F Edith Mae HOOE 4623

         Born: 11 June 1909 - Jefferson County, West Virginia 4623
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 October 1989 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia



3 M Ellis HOOE 4623

         Born: 1911 - Jefferson County, West Virginia 4623
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Robert Mason HOOE

Find A Grave Memorial# 40354488, created by: "stars&bars" on Aug 06, 2009 provides the following:
Robert Mason Hooe, son of John Henry Hooe of Clarke County, Virginia and Sarah Redmond Robinson of Jefferson County, West Virginia, was born 7 December 1878 in Jefferson County, West Virginia and died 15 June 1937 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA, at the age of 58 years, 6 months and 4 days. He married Mary E. Kemp. Their children were Mina Hooe Pierce (1907 - 1993) and Edith Mae Hooe (1909 - 1989) Robert is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA.

1920 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Ward 4, Charles Town; Series: T625 Roll: 1952 Page: 143: Church St 217 2 2 HOOE Robert Head M W 40 M WV WV WV Electrician; -- Mary Wife F W 39 M WV WV WV; -- Geraldine Dau F W 12 S WV WV WV; -- Edith M. Dau F W 10 S WV WV WV; -- Ellis son M W 8 S WV WV WV.


General Notes: Wife - Mary E. KEMP

Find A Grave Memorial# 40354724, created by: "stars&bars" on Aug 06, 2009 provides the following:
Mary E. Kemp, daughter of James Dyson Kemp and Sarah Elizabeth Shafer, was born 1 September 1880 and died 27 December 1956 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. She married Robert M. Hooe. Their children were Mina Hooe Pierce (1907 - 1993) and Edith Mae Hooe (1909 - 1989). Mary is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA.
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Charles E. IMES and Ruth HOOE




Husband Charles E. IMES

         Born: 23 April 1890
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 August 1961 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia
     Marriage: 



Wife Ruth HOOE

         Born: 1902 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1991 - Jefferson County, West Virginia
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: 
       Mother: Annie Elizabeth HOOE (1865-1940)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Charles E. IMES

Charles E. Imes, son of David H.Imes and Amanda Elbin., is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 35295528 "created by: stars&bars" on Mar 29, 2009 provides the following:
Charles E. Imes was born 23 April 1890. He died 17 August 1961 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. He married Ruth Hooe (1902 - 1991).


General Notes: Wife - Ruth HOOE

Ruth Hooe, daughter of Annie Elizabeth Hooe, is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 35295537 "created by: stars&bars" on Mar 29, 2009 provides the following:
Ruth Hooe Imes was born 10 April 1902 in Jefferson County, Virginia. She died 13 December 199 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA. She married Charles E. Imes (1890 - 1961).
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Clark HOWELL and Mary D. HOOK




Husband Clark HOWELL 385

         Born: 28 December 1811 - Cabarrus County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 April 1882 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


       Father: Evan HOWELL (Abt 1779-1868)
       Mother: Mary ELLIOTT (Abt 1783-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1854

 Other Spouse: Martha Ann WINN - 23 July 1835 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Effiah Jane PARK 385 - 4 December 1838



Wife Mary D. HOOK 384

         Born: Abt 1829 384
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         Died: 
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       Father: Dr. Daniel HOOK (Abt 1795-1870) 382
       Mother: Catherine --?-- (Abt 1796-After 1870) 382




Children
1 F Catherine S. HOWELL 384,707

         Born: Abt 1854 - Georgia 384
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: A. Park WOODARD 707
         Marr: Bef 1877


2 M Daniel HOWELL 384

         Born: Abt 1857 - Georgia 384
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Clark HOWELL

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Forsyth County, 31st Dist; Series: M432 Roll: 69 Page: 151: 99 Clark HOWELL 38 M W Farmer 15,000 NC; Effiah 32 F GA; E. P. 10 M W GA; Robt 7 M W GA; W. H. 5 M W GA; C. A. 4 M W GA; M. V. 2 M W GA; (page 152) (No given) HOWELL 1 M GA; Saramiah(?) " 7 F GA; Phoebe PARKS 76 F NC (Effiah's mother); Thomas HAYNES 45 M Carriager VA; A. J. Garrison(?) 23 M Clerk SC.
Just who "M. V." age 2, and Saramiah(?) HOWELL are has not been determined by this compiler. From the 1870 census, the unnamed male age 1 is Clark HOWELL, Jr.
Four homes away is H. W. HOWELL, 29, NC, wife Cynthia, 25, GA, son, Clark, 10, GA, and Harriet, 50, SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Buckhead Dist; Series: M653 Roll: 123 Page: 892: 1309 1413 C. HOWELL 48 M Farmer 30,000 17,000 --; Mary HOWELL 31 F --; Evan P. -- 20 M Atty at Law --; Albert -- 17 M Drugist --; William C. 15 M --; Charles A. 14 M --; Martha V. 12 F --; Clark -- 11 M --; Catherine S. 6 F --; Daniel -- 3 M --; (page 893) Daniel HOOK 65 M M.D. MD; Catherine HOOK 64 F GA; Eliza J. GEARN 22 F Teacher NY; Jno. H. DAVIS 29 M Merchant TN; Celeste M. -- 21 F GA; Elizabeth ARMOR 23 F GA; Catherine TATE 15 F GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta P.O., 24 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 151 Page: 426: 724 697 HOWELL Clark 37 M W Farmer 25,000 10,000 NC-- Mary 41 F W Keeping house GA-- Clark Jr. 21 M W Farmer Overseer GA-- Kate 16 F W At home GA-- Daniel 13 M W Attending School GAHOOK, Daniel 75 M W 500 4,500 Maryland-- Catherine 74 F W GA. (Clark Howell should be 58, not 37 in this census.)

In 1880 Clark HOWELL lives in the home of his daughter, Catherine, and her husband, A. Park WOODWARD.
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Howell's Mill, Casey's Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page 47:
298 325 WOODWARD A. Park W M 32 M Chf Deputy U.S. Marshal SC NY SC;
-- Kate S. W F 26 Wife M Keeping house GA NC GA;
-- Clark N. W M 3 Son S GA SC GA;
-- Mary D. W F 1 Dau S GA SC GA;
-- Elisabeth C. W F 62 Mother Wd At home SC SC SC;
-- Lizzie C. W F 28 Sister S At home SC NY SC;
LYON Mary H. W F 10 Cousin S At school GA AL GA;
HOWELL Clark W M 68 Father in law M At home NC NC NC;
-- Mary D. W F 52 Mother in law M At home GA MD GA;
and three household servants.
Next door is Nathan LYON, 40, and wife Martha V., 32. Martha is Clark and Mary HOWELL's daughter.
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William Brinton HOOKER and Nancy Josephine McCREIGHT




Husband William Brinton HOOKER

         Born: 3 May 1800 - Montgomery County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 June 1871 - Hillsborough County, Florida
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 20 April 1864 - Marion County, Florida



Wife Nancy Josephine McCREIGHT 1300,3492

         Born: Abt 1827 - South Carolina 1300,3492
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James McCREIGHT (1792-1837) 1491
       Mother: Sarah Jane DANIEL (Cir 1803-      )



 Other Spouse: William M. CATHCART, CSA 3492 - Cir 1846


Children

General Notes: Husband - William Brinton HOOKER

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Hillsbourgh County, Tampa P O; Series: M593 Roll: 130 Page: 133: 313 313 HOOKER William 69 M W Stock raiser 6000 500 GA; -- Sallie D. 23 F W At home FL; -- Ella F. 17 F W At home FL.


General Notes: Wife - Nancy Josephine McCREIGHT

Nancy McCREIGHT married William M. CARTHCART in York County, South Carolina before 1844. She and William had seven children and were operating a hotel in Ocala, Florida before the War Between the States. William died in 1862. Nancy remarried to Capt. William Brinton HOOKER in Ocala, Florida on 20 March 1864.

"Captain Hooker tried to remain active in local affairs, attending Democratic party and railroad meetings. However, his health was declining and for a time he drank heavily, no doubt saddened by the financial reverses of the post-war years. He and his wife Nancy separated in early 1869, when she released her dower rights in his estate in exchange for notes in the amount of $2,400." (http://www.lamartin.com/history/hooker/william_hooker.htm)

Nancy was widowed on 11 June 1871.

Nancy, as CATHCART or HOOKER, has not been located in later censuses by this researcher.

PROBLEM? A Nancy CATHCART is named in the 1900 census of Winnsboro, Fairfield County, South Carolina whose census infomation is used for Nancy Josephine McCREIGHT who married William M. CATHCART. William died in 1862 and would not have been the father of the William M. born June 1866. Children listed with her do not match other children as named in her family in the 1860 census of Marion County, Florida. Nancy remarried in 1864 to a William Brinton HOOKER. The marriage may have soured early; William HOOKER, 69, is named without Nancy in 1870 and has two children with him from what would have been an earlier marriage. Additionally, the 1880 census of Fairfield County, lists Nancy, 52, as wife of John H. CATHCART, 54, and mother of Wm. M., 14, who is in the 1900 household of Nancy CARTHCART of Winnsborough. It does not appear that Nancy CATHCART in 1900 is the widow of William M. CATHCART, 1822-1862.
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HOOKS




Husband HOOKS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Joanne HOOKS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Joseph William COKER 455


2 M Jerry HOOKS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Brenda --?-- (living)



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Robert Leon MOBLEY, Jr. and Joan Evelyn HOOPER




Husband Robert Leon MOBLEY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Leon MOBLEY, Sr. (1920-1997)
       Mother: Vivian Inez BROWN


     Marriage: 



Wife Joan Evelyn HOOPER (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Robert Byran MOBLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Floyd Elmore JOHNSON, Jr., USN, WWII and Betty Jean HOOVER




Husband Floyd Elmore JOHNSON, Jr., USN, WWII

         Born: 24 November 1925 - Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 March 2012 - Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Floyd Elmore JOHNSON (1898-1980)
       Mother: Edna Mae --?-- (Abt 1908-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Betty Jean HOOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Ogden H. JOHNSON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Mark JOHNSON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Jody Elmore JOHNSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Floyd Elmore JOHNSON, Jr., USN, WWII

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Elmore Johnson announce the birth of a son, Floyd Elmore, Jr., at Presbyterian hospital, November 24. [The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina, Wednesday, November 25, 1925, Page 10]

Jody Elmore Johnson, son of Floyd Elmore Johnson and Betty Jean Hoover, was born in 1953 in Wilson, North Carolina. ["North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000,"]

Obituary: Floyd E. Johnson, Jr. 'Bill' Mr. Johnson, 86, of Charlotte, passed away March 20, 2012. He was the son of the late Floyd Johnson and Edna Mae Johnson. Bill is survived by his wife of 65 years Betty H. Johnson of Charlotte, NC; his sons Ogden H. Johnson and wife Mandi of New Bern, NC, Mark Johnson and wife Susan of Alpharetta, GA, and Jody Johnson and wife Jane of Charlotte; as well as granddaughters Caitlin, Claire and Lindsey. Bill was a veteran of the US Navy, serving in the South Pacific. He was awarded the Philippine Liberation Medal for his military service in the last days of World War II when the military of Japan was driven from the Philippines. In 1950, Bill graduated from the College of William and Mary and joined General Foods. After 37 years he retired in 1987. Famous for his beautiful curly hair, corny jokes and inability to meet a stranger, Bill will be clearly missed by his family and friends. He leaves a legacy of courage and 25 years of fellowship and experience helping others recover from alcoholism. His philosophy, 'Wear The World as a Loose Garment'. A Service honoring Bill's life and memory will be held Sunday, March 25, at 3PM, at Sharon Presbyterian Church, 5201 Sharon Road, Charlotte, NC, 28210, 704-553-0869. Celebration and Reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made out to MIA (Metrolina Intergroup Association) and sent to 1427 South Blvd., Suite 106, Charlotte, NC, 28203 or Sharon Presbyterian Church. TH Robertson Funeral Service Lic. is serving the family. www.throbertson.com. [The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 23, 2012, GenealogyBank.com]
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Dr. Norman Winfred HOOVER and Capt. Marjorie Knox NEUMAN, USA, WWII, Korea




Husband Dr. Norman Winfred HOOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Capt. Marjorie Knox NEUMAN, USA, WWII, Korea

         Born: 5 November 1921 - Greenlee County, Arizona
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       Buried:  - Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia


       Father: CPO Marshall Knox NEUMAN, USN, WWI (1893-1949) 430,4094
       Mother: Elsie Faye PADDOCK (Abt 1895-Bef 1940)




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1 M Olin Marshall HOOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Nora Frances HOOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Stuart Gordon HOOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Allison Winfred HOOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Capt. Marjorie Knox NEUMAN, USA, WWII, Korea

Marjorie Knox Neuman Hoover died in 2013. She is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 118484675:

MARJORIE
KNOX
HOOVER
CAPT USA
WORLD WAR II
1921 2013
OUR BELOVED
MOTHER

The memorial presents this obituary:
Marjorie Knox (Neuman) Hoover, age 91, passed away on October 2, 2013. She was a resident of Colorado Springs, Colorado for 49 years and was formerly a resident of Rochester, Minnesota. She was a retired Registered Nurse, homemaker and mother. Marjorie was born on November 5, 1921 to Marshall Neuman and Elsie (Paddock) Neuman in Clifton, Arizona. She married Dr. Norman W. Hoover on August 25, 1951 in Berlin, Germany.
Marge was fond of needlework of all kinds and was an expert seamstress. She also enjoyed collecting antiques and had an appreciation for Indian jewelry. She was a graduate of Queen of Angels Hospital School of Nursing, Los Angeles, California and served in the United States Army Nurse Corps from 1945-1952, attaining the rank of Captain. She served in the U.S. during WWII transporting wounded troops by train, was stationed in Seoul during the Korean War and Berlin in post-war Germany.
She is survived by her children: Allison Bachmann of Baltimore, MD, Olin Hoover of Cherry Hill, NJ, Nora Ward of Colorado Springs, CO and Stuart Hoover of Dubuque, IA and her grandchildren: Michael Hoover, Rachel Graves and Colton Hoover. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Joe Culver, sister Verna Eubank and great-grandson, Jackson Philip Hoover.

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HOPKINS




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1 M William HOPKINS 795

         Born: Abt 1805 - South Carolina 795
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         Marr: Bef 1839


2 M Benjamin HOPKINS 795

         Born: Abt 1810 - South Carolina 795
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David T. HOPKINS and Frances M. TUCKER




Husband David T. HOPKINS 4625

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       Father: John HOPKINS (1765-Bef 1836) 4627
       Mother: Amy GOODWYN (1772-1842) 4628


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Wife Frances M. TUCKER 1694

         Born: Abt 1801 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Isaac Raiford TUCKER (Cir 1762-Bef 1811) 51
       Mother: Sarah ADAMS (1778-Bef 1829) 51




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1 M John D. HOPKINS 1692

         Born: Abt 1828 - Richland County, South Carolina 348
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2 M James T. HOPKINS 4629

         Born: Abt 1831 - Richland County, South Carolina 348
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General Notes: Husband - David T. HOPKINS

An abstract from Richland County Will Book K: "Page 141. David T. HOPKINS. Will, December 17, 1836-January 3, 1837. Wit.: S. H. BOYKIN, John BELL, Jesse H. GOODWYN. Ex.: James HOPKINS, Sr., Wm. HOPKINS. Wife: Frances M. Sons: John and James. Mother: Amy HOPKINS. Father: John HOPKINS, deceased. Sisters: Mary G., m. Joel ADAMS; Sarath (sic) T.; Emma T. Owned lands in Minervaville and saw mill on Mill Creek given him by his father."


General Notes: Wife - Frances M. TUCKER

Frances is named in the accounts of the estate from the 1811 Will of her father, Isaac TUCKER.
Frances M. HOPKINS is named as a sister on the 1832 Will of her brother, Joel A. TUCKER. David T. HOPKINS names his wife as Frances M. in his Will of 1836.
Christian G. WESTON is named as Frances' sister in the 1832 Will of her brother, Joel A. TUCKER.
In the 1850 census, Richland District, South Carolina, 3 Aug 1850, Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 49, Frances Tucker HOPKINS, 49, widow of David T. HOPKINS, is a head of household in Richland County, South Carolina:
147 150 Frances HOPKINS 49 F W 24,000 SC
John D. 22 M W Planter 20,000 SC
James T. 19 M W Planter 20,000 SC
Frances' neighbor is her sister, Christian G. Tucker WESTON, widow of William WESTON, who lives with eight of her children.
Will abstract from Green's "History of Richland County", p. 355, under Richland County Will Book L: "Page 581. Frances M. HOPKINS. January 13, 1864-February 3, 1864. Wit.: Moultrie WESTON, Selina G. CHAPPELL, Thomas P. WESTON. Ex.: John D. HOPKINS, D. W. RAY. Sons: James T. HOPKINS (dau. Fanny TUCKER); John D. (wife: Octavia, dau.: Fanny)."
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David Ross PITSER and Elizabeth Ann HOPKINS




Husband David Ross PITSER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Ross PITSER (1935-1996)
       Mother: Amy Adelaide WARNER


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Wife Elizabeth Ann HOPKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Hayden Scott PITSER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M William Jay PITSER (details suppressed for this person)

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James T. HOPKINS




Husband James T. HOPKINS 4630

         Born: Abt 1831 - Richland County, South Carolina 348
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       Father: David T. HOPKINS (      -Bef 1837) 4631
       Mother: Frances M. TUCKER (Abt 1801-Bef 1864) 1694


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General Notes: Husband - James T. HOPKINS

James HOPKINS is named as a son in the 1836 Will of his father David T. HOPKINS.
In the 1850 census of Richland County, South Carolina, James T. Hopkins, 19, Planter, lives with his widowed mother, Frances Tucker HOPKINS, and his brother John D. James T. owns $20,000 of real estate.
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John HOPKINS and Sarah THOMAS




Husband John HOPKINS 1992

         Born: Cir 1745 - Virginia
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     Marriage: Cir 1750 - Liberty County, Georgia 1992



Wife Sarah THOMAS 1992

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1 M Colonel David HOPKINS, RW-SC 1992

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2 M John HOPKINS 4632

         Born: 12 January 1765 - Virginia
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         Marr: 22 June 1788


3 M William HOPKINS 1992

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4 F Mary HOPKINS 1992

         Born: 19 June 1769
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         Marr: 6 November 1783 - South Carolina


5 F Sarah Thomas HOPKINS 1992

         Born: 1772
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         Marr: 24 February 1788 - Richland County, South Carolina


6 M James HOPKINS, Dr. 1992

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7 M Thomas HOPKINS 1992

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General Notes: Husband - John HOPKINS

John HOPKINS was a native of Virginia. He settled in South Carolina a few years before the Revolution in the fork of the Wateree and Congaree on Back Swamp not far from the present station of Hopkins. The old family burial ground was a part of his garden, near his home. His wife, whom he married in Liberty County, Georgia, was Sarah THOMAS, thought to be a daughter of John THOMAS. Sr. Sarah's father moved to this area near the HOPKINS. John and Sarah's children were: David, killed at Wright's Bluff by the British; John, who married Amy GOODWYN; William; Mary, wife of William GOODWYN; Dr. James, who married Keziah GOODWYN; and Thomas, who married Elizabeth ENGLISH.

John HOPKINS had an original grant to 50 acres of land "on the dreans of Jackson's Creek or Gill Creek" dated 12 Jan. 1769, purchased by James GILL (details unknown) sold by Valentine GILL as heir to James GILL on 15 March 1799? Charleston Deed Book C.
John HOPKINS died before the Revoluntionary War began.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research: "I David Hopkins of Province of S.C.…have appointed…my trusty friend Jonathan Patterson jr of Lunenburg Co. in Colony of Virginia my true and lawful attorney…to recover…from Abraham Maury the sum of 100 lbs current money which now is a suit depending in the court of Lunenburg County…also for him to sell…a certain tract of land lying in the county of Hanover whereon John Hopkins dec'd lived and devised in his will to his son William, also to dispose of a tract of land in Albermarle County lying in the North Garden joining Thomas Nelson Esq…this 17th October 1770." (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ahopkins/sc-magaz.htm)
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Shirley HOPKINS and Catherine LOFTIN




Husband Shirley HOPKINS 3895

         Born: Abt 1873 - Tennessee 3895
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Wife Catherine LOFTIN 3893,3894,3895

         Born: January 1891 - Marshall County, Mississippi 3894
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       Father: William Henry LOFTIN (1841-      )
       Mother: Margaret RAIFORD (1849-1923) 1788,2562



 Other Spouse: Henry DANCY 3893 - Bef 1920


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1 M Fred Loftin HOPKINS 3895

         Born: 1910 - Marshall County, Mississippi 3895
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General Notes: Husband - Shirley HOPKINS

See research notes on mother-in-law, Margaret RAIFORD.

1910 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, 2-Wd Holly Springs; Series: T624 Roll: 751 Page: 72: 66 67 HOPKINS Shirley Head M W 37 M1 1 TN TN MS Merchant General store; HOPKINS Loftin Catherine Wife F W 19 M1 1 1 MS MS MS; (next page) HOPKINS Loftin Fred Son M W 4/12 MSTN MS; TROTTEN Fisher Bettie Aunt 62 S MS VA TN; DICKERSON Lillie Servant F B 30 S MS US US Servant Private family.
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Thomas David HOPKINS and Catherine PALMER




Husband Thomas David HOPKINS 2023

         Born: 7 March 1889 - Richland County, South Carolina 2023
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       Father: Dr. James Rembert HOPKINS (1864-1942) 2023
       Mother: Grace Weston CLARKSON (1869-1935) 2001,2023


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Wife Catherine PALMER

         Born: 30 December 1888
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Wendell Jerome WHEELER and Helen Dae HOPPER




Husband Wendell Jerome WHEELER

         Born: 25 February 1914 - New York, New York
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Wife Helen Dae HOPPER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Orville HOPPER (1875-1961)
       Mother: Grace Ethel Dae SMITH (1879-1952)




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Hillard Edwin YOUNGBLOOD and Leslie Bodisel HOPPER




Husband Hillard Edwin YOUNGBLOOD

         Born: 3 February 1907 - Hennepin County, Minnesota
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Wife Leslie Bodisel HOPPER

         Born: 10 March 1908 - Vermillion County, Illinois
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       Father: Orville HOPPER (1875-1961)
       Mother: Grace Ethel Dae SMITH (1879-1952) 3215




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Orville HOPPER and Grace Ethel Dae SMITH




Husband Orville HOPPER

         Born: 7 August 1875 - Vermillion County, Illinois
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     Marriage: 29 July 1903 - Cook County, Illinois



Wife Grace Ethel Dae SMITH 3215

         Born: 27 March 1879 - Vermillion County, Illinois 3215
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       Father: Robert Crittenden SMITH (1846-1923) 3216
       Mother: Cynthia Evaline TAYLOR (1851-1919) 3217




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1 F Leslie Bodisel HOPPER

         Born: 10 March 1908 - Vermillion County, Illinois
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         Marr: 27 October 1932 - Hennepin County, Minnesota


2 F Helen Dae HOPPER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Grace Ethel Dae SMITH

Grace Day SMITH is enumerated in the 1880 census, but she is listed as "No name" age 1. Her birth is listed as Nov 1879 in the 1900 census.
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Harry HORAN and Minnie Lee POSEY




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Wife Minnie Lee POSEY 557

         Born: 4 December 1876 - Georgia
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       Buried:  - Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Virginia


       Father: Henry A. POSEY, CSA (1849-1914) 557,1112
       Mother: Mary Ann Rebecca OSBOURNE (1856-1943) 557,2284



 Other Spouse: William A. HUFF 1010 - 10 December 1892 - Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Samuel Harvey BELK - Virginia


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General Notes: Wife - Minnie Lee POSEY

Minnie Lee POSEY married William A. HUFF on 10 December 1892 in Baldwin County, Georgia.

"Minnie's husband died of an accidental gunshot wound when Hattie a young girl. Was a widow for years. When family moved to Va for work. She started working in the Soldiers home and married 2x more: Harry HORAN (not yet verified) and lastly Samuel BELK. Minnie and William A. HUFF's children: Hattie Ione (or Iona) b.5-24-1894 Baldwin Co. Ga. m. Olin Carlyle Terry***listed in 1910 Hancock Ga census d.2-1977 Newport News Va.; Walter E. b.8-1897; Willie (possibly J.William) b. 7-1899 died young?; Elmer ? died young?" "Minnie didn't remarry until late in life and married 2x in Va." (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117-Militia District, 16 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 177: 12 13 HUFF Minnie Head F W 34 Wd 2 2 GA GA GA; Walter Son M W 12 S GA GA GA; Willie Son 10 M W S GA GA GA. Minnie lives next door to her sister and brother-in-law Charles P. and Rosa HUFF. Note: Minie is shown as having 2 children, living. She has 3, living, Hattie married to Olin Carlyle TERRY.

Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Dec. 18, 1917, page 6: "Union Point Dots Mrs. Minnie HUFF is spending several days in Macon visiting her mother."

Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Dec. 18, 1917, page 6: "Union Point. Mrs. Minnie HUFF is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Olin TERRY at Deepstep."

Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Mar. 27, 1918, page 7: "Union Point. Mrs. Minnie HUFF visited her son, Walter HUFF, of Washington county, Sunday."

Milledgeville News, Feb. 24, 1922, page 5" "Mrs. Minnie HUFF of this city has gone to the Georgia State sanitarium to enter The Nurses Training School and her many friends wish for her much success in her new undertaking."

Minie married Henry HOREY second and later married Samuel Harvey BELK who survived her.

Minne Lee died in 1962 and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Hampton, Virginia. Her headstone says MINNIE LEE POSEY 1876-1962. (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

Find A Grave Memorial# 15488582 created by Lisa Dalby on Aug 24, 2006
records Minnie's burial in Garden of the Word, Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Hampton City, Virginia and lists her birth on Dec. 4, 1876 and her death in 1962. Samuel Harvey BELK is also buried in the Garden of the Word.
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Gustavus Brown HORNER and Frances Harrison SCOTT




Husband Gustavus Brown HORNER

         Born: 28 February 1761 - Charles County, Maryland
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       Father: Robert HORNER (      -      )
       Mother: Ann BROWNE (      -      )


     Marriage: 13 April 1785 - Fairfax County, Virginia



Wife Frances Harrison SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1764 - Fauquier County, Virginia
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       Father: James SCOTT (      -      )
       Mother: Eliza HARRISON (      -      )




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General Notes: Wife - Frances Harrison SCOTT

WHO IS THIS? POSSIBLE granddaughter of Elizabeth O'DANIEL and William SCUT/SCUTT/SCOTT??? Right place, family names. BUT IT APPEARS NOT!

Frances SCOTT, daughter of James SCOTT and Eliza HARRISON, married Gustavus Brown HORNER on 13 April 1785 in Fairfax County, Virginia.
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James HORSEMAN and Jemima MARSHALL




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       Father: Fnu MARSHALL
       Mother: Elizabeth FINDLEY (      -Bef 1849)



 Other Spouse: Jacob LATIMER


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HORTON and Binah WOOD




Husband HORTON 557

         Born: Cir 1814
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Wife Binah WOOD 557

          AKA: Charity WOOD
         Born: 1816 - Washington County, Georgia
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       Father: Peter WOOD (Abt 1775-1829)
       Mother: Mary ANDERSON (Abt 1791-1884) 557




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General Notes: Wife - Binah WOOD

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem, 115th Militia District, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 187: OSBORNE James W M 63 Head M Farmer GA SC SC; -- Gracie A. W F 45 Wife M Keeping house GA NC NC; WOOD Mary W F 89 Mother-in-law Wd NC NC NC; HORTON Binah W F 63 Sister -in-law Wd GA NC NC.
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William HOSKINS and Sarah WHEDBEE




Husband William HOSKINS 623

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Wife Sarah WHEDBEE 623

         Born: Cir 1725
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1 F Mary HOSKINS 623

         Born: Abt 1748
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         Marr: 26 February 1765 623



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Gene HOUCH and Grace SIMS




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       Father: Allen L. SIMS (1895-1976)
       Mother: Mary BRADLEY (1897-1973)




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1 M Phillip HOUCH (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Pam HOUCH (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jackie HOUCH (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Debbie HOUCH (details suppressed for this person)

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Thomas SULLIVAN and Laura HOUSE




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1 F Ruth Elizabeth SULLIVAN 43

         Born: 10 October 1929 - Upson County, Georgia 43
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       Buried:  - Southview Cemetery, Upson County, Georgia
       Spouse: George Theodore BISHOP, USA, Korea 472
         Marr: 30 June 1956 - Upson County, Georgia



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Dr. Simon TAYLOR and Sarah HOUSE




Husband Dr. Simon TAYLOR 948,3199

         Born: Abt 1810 - South Carolina 3199
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       Father: William TAYLOR (1779-1857)
       Mother: Elizabeth CALVERT (1782-1850)


     Marriage: Abt 1847

 Other Spouse: Susan BROOKS 948 - Bef 1835



Wife Sarah HOUSE 948,3199

         Born: Abt 1820 - South Carolina 3199
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1 M Jesse TAYLOR 3199

         Born: Abt 1848 - Richland County, South Carolina 3199
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2 M John TAYLOR 3199

         Born: Abt 1850 - Richland County, South Carolina 3199
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3 M William TAYLOR 3199

         Born: Abt 1853 - Richland County, South Carolina 3199
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4 F Sallie TAYLOR 3199

         Born: Abt 1860 - Richland County, South Carolina 3199
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5 F Susan TAYLOR 3199

         Born: Abt 1860 - Richland County, South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Simon TAYLOR

Dr. Simon TAYLOR first married Susan BROOKS before 1835 when their son Simon, Jr. was born. About 1847 Simon married second Sarah HOUSE listed as his wife in the 1850 census.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland District, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 50: 188 191 Simon TAYLOR 35 M Physician SC; Sarah " 26 F SC; Jesse " 2 M SC; John " 6/12 M SC.
Next door, likely Sarah's brothers:
189 192 Jesse HOUSE 34 M Planter 2,670 SC;
Isham W. " 25 M Overseer SC;
Samuel " 22 M Overseer SC;
John W. " 17 Student 6,300 SC
190 193 Reuben E. HOUSE 24 M Wheelright SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Gadsden P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 86: 42 46 Simon TAYLOR 50 M Physician 2000 30,000 SC; Sarah 40 F SC; John 10 M SC; Jesse 12 M SC; Willie 7 M SC; Sallie [age blank] F SC; Susan [age blank] F SC.
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Joseph Augustine SAMS and Elizabeth Catherine HOUSTON




Husband Joseph Augustine SAMS 115,219,575

         Born: 13 November 1856 - Greenville County, South Carolina 115
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       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia 115


       Father: Rev. Marion Washington SAMS, CSA (1822-1899) 1556,2405
       Mother: Mary Lucia DUNCAN (1825-1902) 904


     Marriage: Abt 1878



Wife Elizabeth Catherine HOUSTON 219,574,2955

         Born: 15 May 1859 - Georgia 115
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         Died: 8 December 1924 - DeKalb County, Georgia 219
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia 115


Children
1 U SAMS

         Born: Cir 1880 - DeKalb County, Georgia
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 - DeKalb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia



2 U SAMS

         Born: Cir 1882 - DeKalb County, Georgia
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 - DeKalb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia



3 U SAMS

         Born: Cir 1885 - DeKalb County, Georgia
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 - DeKalb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia



4 U SAMS

         Born: Cir 1887 - DeKalb County, Georgia
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 - DeKalb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia



5 U SAMS

         Born: Cir 1890 - DeKalb County, Georgia
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         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 - DeKalb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia



6 M Augustine SAMS 572,3504

         Born: 19 February 1893 - Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia 3504
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       Spouse: Eileen DODD (living)


7 F Mariner SAMS 2954

         Born: February 1893 - DeKalb County, Georgia 2954
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         Died: Bef 15 April 1910 - DeKalb County, Georgia
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8 F Lula Duncan SAMS 572,2954

         Born: 29 June 1897 - Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia 43,2954
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         Died: 26 February 1994 - DeKalb County, Georgia 43
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       Spouse: Cone Eaverson BOND 572,2953
         Marr: After 1 January 1920


9 F Katie Lucia SAMS 572,2955

         Born: February 1900 - Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia 2954
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       Spouse: Travis JOHNSON 572
         Marr: 1928 572



General Notes: Husband - Joseph Augustine SAMS

Joseph Augustus SAMS and Elizabeth Catherine "Katie" HOUSTON married on 25 May 1879. They had nine children. The 1900 census indicates six of the nine were born and died before 1900.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 192 Page: 33: 75 75 SAMS Joseph Head W M Feb 1856* 44 M 21 GA GA GA Railroad Agent; -- Catherine Wife W F May 1859 41 M 21 9 4 GA GA GA; -- Augustus Son W M Feb 1893 7 S GA GA GA; (page 34) SAMS Mariner Dau W F Mch 1894 6 S GA GA GA; -- Lula Dau W F June 1897 3 S GA GA GA; -- Baby Dau W F Feb 1900 3/12(?) GA GA GA. (*CAUTION: This census page is poorly microfilmed and not easy to read. "Feb 1856" does not agree with his cemetery recod. RLD)
Joseph's SAMS' widowed mother lives four homes away:
71 71 SAMS M. L. Head W. F. Mar 1825 74 W 54(lined out) 7 5 SC VA SC; -- L. R. Son W M ??? 1852 48 M 8 SC SC SC Railroad Agent; POPE, M. L. Dau W F June 1856 43 W ?? 1 1 SC SC SC; -- Hunter GrSon W M Feb 1876 24 S GA SC SC Railroad Agent.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur, 7 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 184 Page: 30: 85 89 SAMS Joseph Head M W 52 30 SC SC SC Division Freight Agent Railroad; -- Eliza K. Wife F W 50 M 30 9 3 GA SC GA; -- Augustine Son M W 17 S GA SC GA; -- Lulu D Dau F W 12 S GA SC GA; -- Katie L Dau F W 10 S GA SC GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur Dist.; Series: T625 Roll: 249 Page: 53: S. College Ave --- 195 216 SAMS Joseph A. Head M W 63 M SC SC SC Manger R.R. Freight _____ _____; -- Eliza C. Wife F W 60 M GA SC GA; -- Augustus Son M W 26 S GA SC GA Lawyer Genl practice; -- Lula D. Dau F W 22 S GA SC GA Sec'tary Insurance office;-- Katie Lucia Dau F W 19 S GA SC GA; POPE Mrs. Mamie L. Sister F W 65 Wd SC SC SC.

Find A Grave Memorial# 41210552 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 27, 2009 records Joseph Augustus SAMS''s birth on Nov. 13, 1856 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina, his death on Sep. 12, 1939 in Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia, and his burial in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. It names his parents, Marion Washington SAMS (1822 - 1899) and Mary Lucia DUNCAN (1825 - 1902), his wife, Elizabeth Catherine HOUSTON (1859 - 1924), and a son, Joseph Augustine Sams (1885 - 1886). His headstone is inscribed:
"Born in Greenville, Greenville Co, SC, died in DeKalb County, GA. Married on 5/25/1879 to Eliza Catherine Houston/Sams."


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Catherine HOUSTON

Find A Grave Memorial# 41210522 reated by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 27, 2009 lists Elizabeth Catherine Houston SAMS birth on May 13, 1859, her death on Dec. 8, 1924 in Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia, and her burial in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. Her headstone is inscribed: "Married to Joseph Augustine Sams on 5/25/1879 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. Born in Atlanta, died in DeKalb County, Georgia."
Her death certificate pictured here lists her parents, W. J. HOUSTON and Amanda POWELL, and her husband J. A. SAMS.

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Jeremiah SPURGEON and Julia Catherine HOUSTON




Husband Jeremiah SPURGEON 4634

         Born: January 1830 - Lewis County, Kentucky 4634
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       Father: French SPURGEON (1804-1872)
       Mother: Malinda THOMAS (1808-1887) 3242


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Wife Julia Catherine HOUSTON 4634

         Born: Abt 1833 - Tennessee 4634
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1 M Sidney A. SPURGEON 4634

         Born: Abt 1855 - Illinois 4634
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2 M Rufus A. SPURGEON 4634

         Born: Abt 1859 - Missouri 4634
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3 F Amanda E. SPURGEON 4634

         Born: Abt 1863 - Illinois 4634
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4 M William W. SPURGEON 4634

         Born: Abt 1865 - Illinois 4634
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5 F Emma SPURGEON 4634

         Born: Abt 1868 - Missouri 4634
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General Notes: Husband - Jeremiah SPURGEON

1870 U.S. Census, Missouri, Bates County, Lone Oak, Pleasant Gap; Series: M593 Roll: 758 Page: 76: 197 207 SPURGEON Jerry 40 M W Sawyer KY; -- Julia C. 37 F W House keeper TN; -- Sidney A. 15 M W IL; -- Rufus A. 11 M W MO; -- Amanda E. 7 F W IL; -- Wm W. 5 M W IL; -- Emma 2 F W MO.
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Tim JONES and Glenda Sue HOVEY




Husband Tim JONES

         Born: 1965 - Valley, Alabama
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       Father: Ronald Eugene HOVEY (1936-      )
       Mother: Sarah Joan WILLIAMS (1940-2003)



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Ronald Lee JONES and Glenda Sue HOVEY




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       Father: Ronald Eugene HOVEY (1936-      )
       Mother: Sarah Joan WILLIAMS (1940-2003)



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Fred WOODREM and Glenda Sue HOVEY




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       Father: Ronald Eugene HOVEY (1936-      )
       Mother: Sarah Joan WILLIAMS (1940-2003)



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 Other Spouse: Ronald Lee JONES


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Gregory Gene HOVEY and Paula SCHRADER




Husband Gregory Gene HOVEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Mother: Beverley Sue BASS




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1 M Josiah Joshua HOVEY 822

         Born: 5 November 2000
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2 F Jessica Leanne HOVEY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Joanna Nichole HOVEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Ronald Eugene HOVEY and Sarah Joan WILLIAMS




Husband Ronald Eugene HOVEY 822

         Born: 11 December 1936 - Barbour County, Alabama
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       Father: Ralph Adam HOVEY (1910-1966) 4124
       Mother: Mary Charles DOUGHERTY (1917-1992) 822


     Marriage: 6 October 1960 - Phenix City, Russell County, Alabama 822



Wife Sarah Joan WILLIAMS 822

         Born: 6 November 1940 - Talladega, Alabama
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         Died: 23 May 2003 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Lakeview Gardens, Phenix City, Alabama


       Father: Jordan Compton WILLIAMS (1916-1991) 822,3271
       Mother: Onie DANIEL (1922-1980) 822,1636




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1 M Gregory Gene HOVEY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Sarah Ann HOVEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Donald Ray HUDSON (living)
       Spouse: James Martain SKELTON (living)


3 F Glenda Sue HOVEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: David COMBS (living)
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Donald Ray HUDSON and Sarah Ann HOVEY




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       Father: Ronald Eugene HOVEY (1936-      )
       Mother: Sarah Joan WILLIAMS (1940-2003)



 Other Spouse: Tommy Lynn CHAMBERS

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1 M Nicholos Ray HUDSON (details suppressed for this person)

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James Martain SKELTON and Sarah Ann HOVEY




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       Father: Ronald Eugene HOVEY (1936-      )
       Mother: Sarah Joan WILLIAMS (1940-2003)



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HOWARD and Janet Wallace STALEY




Husband HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas Franklin STALEY III (1903-1977)
       Mother: Shirley Hughes HAYNES (1904-2002)




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Augustus HOWARD and Martha WIMBERLY




Husband Augustus HOWARD 2759

         Born: 5 March 1806 - Washington County, Georgia 2759
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         Died: 1 February 1867 - Muscogee County, Georgia 3730
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
     Marriage: 23 November 1830

 Other Spouse: Ann Jane LINDSAY 2759 - 14 November 1844 - Muscogee County, Georgia



Wife Martha WIMBERLY

         Born: 23 November 1815
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         Died: 12 July 1842 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia


Children
1 M Robert Milton HOWARD 2759

         Born: 11 January 1834 - Georgia 2759
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         Died: 4 January 1914 - Barbour County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Alef Catherine LINDSAY
         Marr: 1 November 1862 - Muscogee County, Georgia


2 F Ann HOWARD 2759

         Born: Abt 1836 - Georgia 2759
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3 M John Tyler HOWARD 3727,3728

         Born: 22 February 1837 - Georgia
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         Died: 23 December 1881
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       Spouse: Anna Wingfield DAWSON 3721



General Notes: Husband - Augustus HOWARD

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 14 Page: 58; 796 796 Augustus HOWARD 44 M Farmer 5000 GA;
Ann " 26 F NC;
Robert " 14 M GA;
Ann " 12 F GA;
John " 10 M GA;
[Children by second wife, Ann]
Mary " 4 F AL;
Jett " 3 M AL;
Emma " 1 F AL.
Next door:
795 795 William GATEWOOD 33 M NC; Mary " 24 F NC; ____ " 5 M NC; Charles " 3 M AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Villula P O; Series: M653 Roll: 22 Page: 918:
442 425 Augustus HOWARD 54 M W Farmer 5000 40,000 GA; Ann HOWARD 32 F W House keeper NC; Robert HOWARD 26 M W Engineer GA; Anna HOWARD 24 F W F W House keeper GA; John HOWARD 22 M W Farmer GA; Mary HOWARD 14 F GA; Jett HOWARD 12 M - AL; Emma HOWARD 11 F - AL; Charles HOWARD 9 M - AL;
Antoinette HOWARD 7 F - AL [Ruth?, b. Oct 1852 per 1900 census and named in the 1870 and 1880 censuses with her widowed mother, Ann]; Julia HOWARD 6 F - AL; Richard HOWARD 5 M - AL; Alice HOWARD 2 F - AL.

Augustus Howard is buried in Section G 125, Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 33492063:

AUGUSTUS HOWARD
BORN
March 5, 1806
DIED
Feb. 1, 1867

The memorial presents this biography:
AUGUSTUS L. HOWARD, son of Jane Vivian and John Howard, was born 5 March 1806 in Sandersville, Georgia, and died 1 February 1867 in Columbus, Georgia. He attended college in Connecticut and also at the University of Georgia at Athens. He married, 1st, 23 November 1830 near Marion, Twiggs County, GA, MARTHA WIMBERLY, youngest daughter of Ezekiel Wimberly, Esq. She was born 23 November 1815 and died 2 July 1842 in Columbus. Augustus married 2nd, ANN JANE LINDSAY (b. 1824 in N.C.), daughter of Sherwood Conner Lindsay and Elizabeth Bright Cooper, who moved from North Carolina about 1832. Martha had 3 children and Ann Jane had twelve. (Nehemiah Howard & his family by Rebecca Echols Terry)

Relationships listed on the memorial:
Children by 1st wife, MARTHA WIMBERLY:
Anna Howard, b. 1836 Georgia
John Tyler Howard, b. 22 Feb 1837 d. 23 Dec. 1881 married Anna Dawson (1842-1931)
Robert Milton Howard, b. 11 Jan. 1834 married Alef Catherine Lindsay
Children by 2nd wife, ANN JANE LINDSAY:
Mary Elizabeth Howard b. 17 Mar 1846 d. 14 Nov 1931 m. Moses Joseph
Jet Thomas Howard b. 27 Jul 1847 d. 16 Feb 1863
Emma Lindsay Howard 1849-1928 m. James Bickerstaff, issue: 7 children
Charles Cooper Howard 1852 - 1932 m. Frances Thomas, issue: 8 children
Antonette Rutherford Howard 1852 - 1919
Julia Howard 1854 m. C. C. Gatewood
Richard Howard 1855-1926 m. Addie Abercrombie
Sherwood Howard, twin of Richard, d. an infant.
Alice E. Howard 1857 - 1936
Claudia Hope Howard 1860 - 1945 m. ____ Maxwell
Daisy Miriam Howard 1862 m. Howard DuBose
Helen Augusta Howard 1865 - 1934
Parents: John Howard (1761 - 1822) and Jane Vivian Brock Howard (1770 - 1837)
Spouses:
Martha Wimberly Howard (1816 - 1842)
Ann Jane Lindsay Howard (1826 - 1907)
Children:
Jet Thomas Howard (1847 - 1863)*
Emma Lindsay Howard Bickerstaff (1849 - 1928)*
Richard Howard (1855 - 1926)*
Alice E. Howard (1857 - 1936)*
Siblings:
Mary Howard Jones (1788 - 1869)*
John Harrison Howard (1792 - 1862)*
Thacker Brock Howard (1798 - 1869)*


General Notes: Wife - Martha WIMBERLY

Find A Grave Memorial# 34033663
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Augustus HOWARD and Ann Jane LINDSAY




Husband Augustus HOWARD 2759

         Born: 5 March 1806 - Washington County, Georgia 2759
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         Died: 1 February 1867 - Muscogee County, Georgia 3730
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
     Marriage: 14 November 1844 - Muscogee County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Martha WIMBERLY - 23 November 1830



Wife Ann Jane LINDSAY 2759

         Born: October 1826 - North Carolina 3729
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       Father: Sherwood Conner LINDSEY (Abt 1797-      ) 3841
       Mother: Elizabeth Bright COOPER




Children
1 F Mary HOWARD 2759

         Born: Abt 1846 - Georgia 2759
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2 M Jett HOWARD 2759

         Born: Abt 1847 - Alabama 2759
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3 F Emma L. HOWARD 2756,2759

         Born: April 1848 - Alabama 2757
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       Spouse: James H. BICKERSTAFF 2756
         Marr: Abt 1870


4 M Charles HOWARD 4090

         Born: Abt 1851 - Alabama 4090
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5 F Ruth A. HOWARD 3729,3730

          AKA: Antionette HOWARD 4090
         Born: October 1852 - Alabama 3729
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       Spouse: Thomas Colbert DAWSON 3721
         Marr: 18 April 1889 - Muscogee County, Georgia


6 F Julia HOWARD 4090

         Born: Abt 1854 - Alabama 4090
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       Spouse: GATEWOOD


7 M Richard HOWARD 4090

         Born: Abt 1855 - Alabama 4090
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8 F Alice HOWARD 4090

         Born: Abt 1858 - Alabama 4090
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9 F Claudia HOWARD 3730

         Born: Abt 1861 - Alabama 3730
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10 F Daisy Miriam HOWARD 3730

         Born: 28 November 1862 - Alabama 3730
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11 F Augusta HOWARD 3730,4635

         Born: Abt 1865 - Alabama 3730
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General Notes: Husband - Augustus HOWARD

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 14 Page: 58; 796 796 Augustus HOWARD 44 M Farmer 5000 GA;
Ann " 26 F NC;
Robert " 14 M GA;
Ann " 12 F GA;
John " 10 M GA;
[Children by second wife, Ann]
Mary " 4 F AL;
Jett " 3 M AL;
Emma " 1 F AL.
Next door:
795 795 William GATEWOOD 33 M NC; Mary " 24 F NC; ____ " 5 M NC; Charles " 3 M AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Villula P O; Series: M653 Roll: 22 Page: 918:
442 425 Augustus HOWARD 54 M W Farmer 5000 40,000 GA; Ann HOWARD 32 F W House keeper NC; Robert HOWARD 26 M W Engineer GA; Anna HOWARD 24 F W F W House keeper GA; John HOWARD 22 M W Farmer GA; Mary HOWARD 14 F GA; Jett HOWARD 12 M - AL; Emma HOWARD 11 F - AL; Charles HOWARD 9 M - AL;
Antoinette HOWARD 7 F - AL [Ruth?, b. Oct 1852 per 1900 census and named in the 1870 and 1880 censuses with her widowed mother, Ann]; Julia HOWARD 6 F - AL; Richard HOWARD 5 M - AL; Alice HOWARD 2 F - AL.

Augustus Howard is buried in Section G 125, Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 33492063:

AUGUSTUS HOWARD
BORN
March 5, 1806
DIED
Feb. 1, 1867

The memorial presents this biography:
AUGUSTUS L. HOWARD, son of Jane Vivian and John Howard, was born 5 March 1806 in Sandersville, Georgia, and died 1 February 1867 in Columbus, Georgia. He attended college in Connecticut and also at the University of Georgia at Athens. He married, 1st, 23 November 1830 near Marion, Twiggs County, GA, MARTHA WIMBERLY, youngest daughter of Ezekiel Wimberly, Esq. She was born 23 November 1815 and died 2 July 1842 in Columbus. Augustus married 2nd, ANN JANE LINDSAY (b. 1824 in N.C.), daughter of Sherwood Conner Lindsay and Elizabeth Bright Cooper, who moved from North Carolina about 1832. Martha had 3 children and Ann Jane had twelve. (Nehemiah Howard & his family by Rebecca Echols Terry)

Relationships listed on the memorial:
Children by 1st wife, MARTHA WIMBERLY:
Anna Howard, b. 1836 Georgia
John Tyler Howard, b. 22 Feb 1837 d. 23 Dec. 1881 married Anna Dawson (1842-1931)
Robert Milton Howard, b. 11 Jan. 1834 married Alef Catherine Lindsay
Children by 2nd wife, ANN JANE LINDSAY:
Mary Elizabeth Howard b. 17 Mar 1846 d. 14 Nov 1931 m. Moses Joseph
Jet Thomas Howard b. 27 Jul 1847 d. 16 Feb 1863
Emma Lindsay Howard 1849-1928 m. James Bickerstaff, issue: 7 children
Charles Cooper Howard 1852 - 1932 m. Frances Thomas, issue: 8 children
Antonette Rutherford Howard 1852 - 1919
Julia Howard 1854 m. C. C. Gatewood
Richard Howard 1855-1926 m. Addie Abercrombie
Sherwood Howard, twin of Richard, d. an infant.
Alice E. Howard 1857 - 1936
Claudia Hope Howard 1860 - 1945 m. ____ Maxwell
Daisy Miriam Howard 1862 m. Howard DuBose
Helen Augusta Howard 1865 - 1934
Parents: John Howard (1761 - 1822) and Jane Vivian Brock Howard (1770 - 1837)
Spouses:
Martha Wimberly Howard (1816 - 1842)
Ann Jane Lindsay Howard (1826 - 1907)
Children:
Jet Thomas Howard (1847 - 1863)*
Emma Lindsay Howard Bickerstaff (1849 - 1928)*
Richard Howard (1855 - 1926)*
Alice E. Howard (1857 - 1936)*
Siblings:
Mary Howard Jones (1788 - 1869)*
John Harrison Howard (1792 - 1862)*
Thacker Brock Howard (1798 - 1869)*


General Notes: Wife - Ann Jane LINDSAY

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Wynnton; Series: M653 Roll: 132 Page: 310: 79 79 S. O. LINDSEY 63 M Farmer 12,000 15,000 NC; Julia 25 F NC; Alef 23 F NC; Alabama 21 F NC; John 19 M GA; Cooper 17 M GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Outside of Columbus City, Columbus P O; Series: M593 Roll: 167 Page: 748: 11 85 12 77 LINDSAY Sherwood 72 M W Farmer 41,000 30,000 NC; HOWARD Ann 43 F W Keeping house NC; -- Bettie 20 F W At home AL; -- Ruth 16 F W At home AL; -- Charles 18 M W Farmer AL; -- Julia 15 F W At home AL; -- Richard 13 M W At home AL; -- Alice 11 F W At home AL; -- Claudia 9 F W AL; -- Daisy 7 F W AL; -- Gussie 5 F W AL; KING Mary 65 F W Keeping house GA; -- William 22 M W Wood factory hand GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Columbus; Series: T9 Roll: 159 Page: 656: 501 501 HOWARD Ann W F 53 NC NC NC; -- Ruth W F 24 Dau GA GA NC; -- Julia W F 22 Dau AL GA NC; -- Allice [sic] W F 20 Dau AL GA NC; -- Claud W F 18 Dau AL GA NC; -- Dasie [sic] W F 16 Dau AL GA NC; -- Augusta W F 14 Dau AL GA NC.

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




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       Father: Lt. Cmdr. Charles Everett STONEBRAKER, USN, WWII (1921-2009)
       Mother: Flora Frances COOPER (1921-2004)




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1 F Ashley Elizabeth HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Katherine Cooper HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Emily HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Edward Seymour HOWARD and Ida B. HOWARD




Husband Edward Seymour HOWARD

         Born: 24 October 1867
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         Died: 27 April 1935
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Seymour Powell HOWARD (1837-1868) 423
       Mother: Susan McKee RICE (1842-1921) 2691


     Marriage: 22 December 1904



Wife Ida B. HOWARD

         Born: 30 July 1874
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       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Henry Malone HOWARD
       Mother: Rosa Belle WILLIAMSON




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Frank Corbett HOWARD, Jr. and Aileen RUSSELL




Husband Frank Corbett HOWARD, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Steven Lee HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Russell Keith HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M William Scott HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Diana Lynn HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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6 F Susan Kay HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Henry Malone HOWARD and Rosa Belle WILLIAMSON




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Wife Rosa Belle WILLIAMSON (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Ida B. HOWARD

         Born: 30 July 1874
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       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Edward Seymour HOWARD
         Marr: 22 December 1904



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Joseph Henry HOWARD and Rebecca Elizabeth POWELL




Husband Joseph Henry HOWARD 423

         Born: Abt 1813 - Georgia 423
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Wife Rebecca Elizabeth POWELL

         Born: Abt 1819 - Alabama
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Children
1 M Seymour Powell HOWARD 423

         Born: 25 December 1837 - Alabama
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         Died: 21 October 1868
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Susan McKee RICE 2691
         Marr: 15 December 1858


2 M Joseph M. HOWARD 423

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 423
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3 M Henry M. HOWARD 423

         Born: Abt 1842 - Alabama 423
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4 M Thomas W. HOWARD 423

         Born: Abt 1843 - Alabama 423
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General Notes: Husband - Joseph Henry HOWARD

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Lownes District; Series: M432 Roll: 8 Page: 167: 1005 1005 J. H. HOWARD 37 M Planter 8000 GA; Seymour P. 12 M AL; Joseph M. 10 M AL; James M. 8 M AL; Henry M. 5 M AL; Thomas W. 3 M AL; Rebecca E. 31 F.


Notes: Marriage

Joseph Henry HOWARD married Rebecca Elizabeth POWELL on 29 September 1836 in Lowndes County, Alabama. William RICE, MG, officiated. [Marriage Book 1, Surnames A - K, Lowndes, Alabama, http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/book1a_k.txt]
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Robert Milton HOWARD and Alef Catherine LINDSAY




Husband Robert Milton HOWARD 2759

         Born: 11 January 1834 - Georgia 2759
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       Father: Augustus HOWARD (1806-1867) 2759
       Mother: Martha WIMBERLY (1815-1842)


     Marriage: 1 November 1862 - Muscogee County, Georgia



Wife Alef Catherine LINDSAY

         Born: 1 January 1836
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         Died: 12 October 1889 - Hamilton County, Ohio
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia


       Father: Sherwood Conner LINDSEY (Abt 1797-      ) 3841
       Mother: Elizabeth Bright COOPER




Children

General Notes: Husband - Robert Milton HOWARD

Robert Milton Howard, son of Augustus Howard and Martha Wimbley wrote:
My mother died July 12, 1842. My sister Anna and myself lived with our grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Crocker, in Twiggs County (my brother Tyler remaining with my father at his home in Russell County, Ala.) until October 1844, when my father married Ann Jane Lindsay(oldest sister of my wife) daughter of S. C. and E. B. Lindsay." [Reminiscences, Robert M. Howard, page 4]

Robert M. Howard served in the Confederate Army from 1861-1865. He wrote the book, "Reminiscences" published in Columbus, Georgia, by Gilbert Printing Company, 1912, detailing his experiences in the War Between The States, including personal narratives.

Robert Milton Howard born in 1834, died 4 January 1914 in Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama at age 80. He was widowed and a capitalist. His parents were born in Alabama. ["Alabama Deaths and Burials, 1881-1952,"]


General Notes: Wife - Alef Catherine LINDSAY

"Do you know Kate Lindsay?" and I answered, "I certainly do; she is my wife." ["Reminiscences" by Robert M. Howard, page 89]


Notes: Marriage

Robert M. Howard married Alef C. Lindsay on 1 November 1862 in Muscogee County, Georgia. S. H. Higgins officiated.["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,"]
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Ronald HOWARD and Michelle Leigh HUNT




Husband Ronald HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Michelle Leigh HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Dylan James HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Roy HOWARD and Pearl Dean MARTIN




Husband Roy HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Pearl Dean MARTIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Alva Chester MARTIN
       Mother: Olive Lucille WALDEN (1914-1935)



 Other Spouse: Alvin Eugene NORTON


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Seymour Powell HOWARD and Susan McKee RICE




Husband Seymour Powell HOWARD 423

         Born: 25 December 1837 - Alabama
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         Died: 21 October 1868
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Joseph Henry HOWARD (Abt 1813-      ) 423
       Mother: Rebecca Elizabeth POWELL (Abt 1819-      )


     Marriage: 15 December 1858



Wife Susan McKee RICE 2691

         Born: 30 January 1842 - Alabama 2691
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         Died: 16 October 1921
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: William A. RICE (Abt 1819-      ) 2691
       Mother: Martha P. COOK (Abt 1821-      ) 2691




Children
1 M Rice HOWARD

         Born: 16 October 1861
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         Died: 6 August 1863
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama



2 M James HOWARD

         Born: 6 February 1865
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         Died: 3 January 1869
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama



3 M Henry S. HOWARD

         Born: 12 October 1860
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         Died: 12 October 1884
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama



4 M Edward Seymour HOWARD

         Born: 24 October 1867
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         Died: 27 April 1935
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Ida B. HOWARD
         Marr: 22 December 1904



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James Clyde NORMAN and Alice Durfee HOWE




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Wife Alice Durfee HOWE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Dr. Clifton Dexter HOWE, M. D. (1914-1980)
       Mother: Eleanor SELF (1922-2010)




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1 M David Ruskin NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M John Clifton NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Eleanor Jane NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Dr. Clifton Dexter HOWE, M. D. and Eleanor SELF




Husband Dr. Clifton Dexter HOWE, M. D.

         Born: 29 July 1914 - Lamoille County, Vermont
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Wife Eleanor SELF

         Born: 20 November 1922 - Texas
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       Father: Harry Allen SELF (1892-1930)
       Mother: Anna Penn STANLEY (1898-      ) 443




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1 F Nancy Penn HOWE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Alice Durfee HOWE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Carlton Dexter HOWE

         Born: 13 September 1953 - Harris County, Texas
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4 F Sally Marsh HOWE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Benjamin Dudley TARLTON III (living)
       Spouse: Calvin GARWOOD (living)


5 F Mary White HOWE (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Clifton Dexter HOWE, M. D.

Clifton Dexter Howe, son of Carleton D. Howe and Alice Margaret Durfee, was born 29 July 1914 in Morristown, Lamoille County, Vermont.
["Vermont Vital Records, 1760-2008,"]

Clifton Howe, born 29 July 1914, died in October 1980 at age 66. His last residence was in Harris County, Texas 77005. [United States Social Security Death Index]

Clifton Dexter Howe died 1 October 1980 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas Death Index, 1964-1998,"]


General Notes: Wife - Eleanor SELF

In the 1930 census of Dallas County, Texas, Eleanor Self, age 7, is a daughter in the household of Harry Allen and Anna Penn Stanley Self.

ELEANOR "GAGA" HOWE, born November 20, 1922, died peacefully on September 4, 2010, surrounded by devoted family and friends whom she adored.She was predeceased by her husband, Clifton D. Howe, M.D. and by her son, Carlton D. Howe. She is survived by her four daughters and their husbands: Nancy Boler, Alice and Jimmy Norman, Sally and Calvin Garwood and Mary and George Hawkins, and two lifelong friends she called daughters, Jan Yardley and Cindy Cox Young. Gaga is also survived by her nine grandchildren, their spouses and four great grandchildren: Dudley and Dessie Tarlton, David and Rosie Norman and their sons James and Caleb, Michael and Megan Boler and their daughter Madeleine, John and Valerie Norman, Katie and Kollin Hamilton and their son Baxter, Eleanor and Kyle Verret, Hayden Hawkins, Mary Elizabeth "M.E." Hawkins and Coco Hawkins. She is also survived by her sister Nancy and husband Arra Richardson, her brother Allen and wife Marianne Self, her brother Robert Cullin and her best friend, Laura Rives.In 1948, she and her husband moved to Houston, where Dr. Howe served for more than thirty years as head of the department of medicine at M.D. Anderson Hospital. After the deaths of her husband and her son, she devoted her life to her family. She had a special bond with each of her grandchildren, whose ages range from 9 to 34. Gaga was well-known for her sharp wit and unwavering support for her loved ones. Her family and friends will miss her very much.There will be a reception on Tuesday, September 7, 2010, between 5 and 8 p.m. at the Bradshaw-Carter Funeral Home, 1734 W. Alabama, Houston, Texas 77098. [The Houston Chronicle, Texas, Sept. 6 to Sept. 7, 2010]
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Edward Oldham MANN and Lucille HOWE




Husband Edward Oldham MANN 1446,1546

         Born: 1883 - Tennessee 1546
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       Father: William T. MANN (1854-After 1920) 1546
       Mother: Mary K. --?-- (1859-After 1920) 1546


     Marriage: Bef 1916



Wife Lucille HOWE 1446,1546,1547

         Born: 1888 - Alabama 1546
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       Father: William W. HOWE (Abt 1845-      ) 1547
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1 F Sarah MANN 1546

         Born: Abt March 1912 - Alabama
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2 F Mary MANN 1546

         Born: Abt June 1913 - Alabama
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3 F Ernestine MANN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Edward Oldham MANN

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stevenson; Series: T624 Roll: 16 Page: 47:
116 119 MANN Edward O. Head M W 27 S TN GA TN Proprietor Hotel.

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stevenson, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 18 Page: 203: Line 51 MANN Edward O. Head O F M W 37 M TN GA TN Hotel Keeper; -- Lucile Wife F W 32 M AL TN AL; -- Sarah Dau F W 79/12 S AL TN AL; -- Mary Dau F W 66/12 S AL TN AL; -- Earnestine Dau F W 32/12 S AL TN AL; -- William T. Father M E 99 M GA TN TN Timber _____ Lumber Co.; -- Mary K. Mother F W 61 M TN AL AL.


General Notes: Wife - Lucille HOWE

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stevenson; Series: T624 Roll: 16 Page: 45:
79 82 HOWE William W. Head M W 65 Wd TN TN TN Agent Freight depot;
-- Luceile [sic] Dau F W 22 S AL TN AL None.
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78 81 MANN Ernest K. Head M W 28 M1 7 TN GA TN Cashier Bank;
-- Kattie Wife F W 27 M1 7 3 3 AL VA AL;
-- William Son M W 7 S AL TN AL;
-- Alice Dau F W 5 S AL TN AL;
-- Ernest K. Jr. Son M W 3 S AL TN AL.

Lucille married Edward Oldham MANN.
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Benjamin Dudley TARLTON III and Sally Marsh HOWE




Husband Benjamin Dudley TARLTON III (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sally Marsh HOWE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Dr. Clifton Dexter HOWE, M. D. (1914-1980)
       Mother: Eleanor SELF (1922-2010)



 Other Spouse: Calvin GARWOOD


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1 M Benjamin Dudley TARLTON IV (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Katherine Summer TARLTON (details suppressed for this person)

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William W. HOWE




Husband William W. HOWE 1547

         Born: Abt 1845 - Tennessee 1547
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1 F Lucille HOWE 1446,1546,1547

         Born: 1888 - Alabama 1546
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         Marr: Bef 1916



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Albert J. HOWELL and Elizabeth MARTIN




Husband Albert J. HOWELL 984,1195,3024,4209

         Born: 5 January 1866 - Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina
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       Father: Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA (1839-1905) 984,2552
       Mother: Julia Adelaide ERWIN (1842-1906) 984,2475,2553


     Marriage: Abt 1888 3024



Wife Elizabeth MARTIN 1195,4209

          AKA: Bessie MARTIN 2097
         Born: Abt 1867 - South Carolina 2097
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       Father: Lt. Col. Robert MARTIN, Jr., CSA (1835-1874) 2096
       Mother: Annie Eliza ERWIN (1835-1911) 1794,2096




Children
1 M HOWELL 1195,3024

         Born: After 1888
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2 F Janet HOWELL 4209

         Born: 1907 - Georgia
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3 F Colette HOWELL 4209

         Born: 1912 - Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - Albert J. HOWELL

Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Peachtree Pct, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 198 Page: 248:
Peachtree 746 126 141 HOWEL Albert J. Head W M Jan 1867 33 M 12 GA NC GA Lawyer; -- Bessie M. Wife W F Mar 1871 29 M 12 1 0 GA GA GA; -- Adelaide Sister W F Dec 1878 21 S GA GA GA; and five servants.

1910

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, 8-Wd Atlanta, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 253 Page: 123: Ponce De Leon 1 5 50 HOWELL Albert Head M W 53 M SC GA SC Lawyer General practice; -- Bessie M. Wife F W 49 M SC SC SC; -- Janet Dau F W 12 S GA SC SC; -- Colette Dau F W 7 S GA SC SC. 4209


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth MARTIN

Elizabeth MARTIN was called "Bessie."

Mrs. Albert Howell of Atlanta is named as a surviving aunt in the January 25, 1944 obituary of Mrs. Anita Phinizy Wallace. 4209
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A. Park WOODARD and Catherine S. HOWELL




Husband A. Park WOODARD 707

         Born: Abt 1848 - South Carolina 707
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       Father: WOODARD (      -      )
       Mother: Elizabeth C. --?-- (Abt 1818-      ) 707


     Marriage: Bef 1877



Wife Catherine S. HOWELL 384,707

         Born: Abt 1854 - Georgia 384
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       Father: Clark HOWELL (1811-1882) 385
       Mother: Mary D. HOOK (Abt 1829-      ) 384




Children
1 M Clark N. WOODARD 707

         Born: Abt 1877 - Georgia 707
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2 F Mary D. WOODARD 707

         Born: Abt 1879 - Fulton County, Georgia 707
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General Notes: Husband - A. Park WOODARD

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Howell's Mill, Casey's Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page 47: 298 325 WOODWARD A. Park W M 32 M Chf Deputy U.S. Marshal SC NY SC; -- Kate S. W F 26 Wife M Keeping house GA NC GA; -- Clark N. W M 3 Son S GA SC GA; -- Mary D. W F 1 Dau S GA SC GA; -- Elisabeth C. W F 62 Mother Wd At home SC SC SC; -- Lizzie C. W F 28 Sister S At home SC NY SC; LYON Mary H. W F 10 Cousin S At school GA AL GA; HOWELL Clark W M 68 Father in law M At home NC NC NC; -- Mary D. W F 52 Mother in law M At home GA MD GA; and three household servants.
Next door is Nathan LYON, 40, and wife Martha V., 32, and family. Martha is Clark and Mary HOWELL's daughter.


General Notes: Wife - Catherine S. HOWELL

A. Park WOODWARD Self M Male W 32 SC Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal NY SC
Kate S. WOODWARD Wife M Female W 26 GA Keeping House NC GA
Clark N. WOODWARD Son S Male W 3 GA SC GA
Mary D. WOODWARD Dau S Female W 1 GA SC GA
Elisabeth C. WOODWARD Mother W Female W 62 SC At Home SC SC
Lizzie C. WOODWARD Sister S Female W 28 SC At Home NY SC
Mary H. LYON Cousin S Female W 10 GA At School AL GA
Clark HOWELL FatherL M Male W 68 NC At Home NC NC
Mary D. HOWELL MotherL M Female W 52 GA At Home MD GA
1880 U.S. Census, Caseys, Fulton, Georgia Family History Library Film 1254147 NA Film Number T9-0147 Page Number 47B.

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Charles Robert HOWELL and Ann Elizabeth REESE




Husband Charles Robert HOWELL 793

         Born: 10 April 1831
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Wife Ann Elizabeth REESE 793,795

         Born: 1802 - Richland District, South Carolina 795
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       Father: Joseph REESE, Jr. (1764-1805) 1431
       Mother: Sarah HOWELL (1774-1845) 793



 Other Spouse: W. C. KOESTER 793

 Other Spouse: Robert ADAMS 795,836 - Bef 1840


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1 M Thomas Joseph Charles HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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Clark HOWELL and Martha Ann WINN




Husband Clark HOWELL 385

         Born: 28 December 1811 - Cabarrus County, North Carolina
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         Died: 14 April 1882 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


       Father: Evan HOWELL (Abt 1779-1868)
       Mother: Mary ELLIOTT (Abt 1783-      )


     Marriage: 23 July 1835 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Effiah Jane PARK 385 - 4 December 1838

 Other Spouse: Mary D. HOOK 384 - Bef 1854



Wife Martha Ann WINN

         Born: 20 June 1822 - Lawrenceville, Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - Clark HOWELL

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Forsyth County, 31st Dist; Series: M432 Roll: 69 Page: 151: 99 Clark HOWELL 38 M W Farmer 15,000 NC; Effiah 32 F GA; E. P. 10 M W GA; Robt 7 M W GA; W. H. 5 M W GA; C. A. 4 M W GA; M. V. 2 M W GA; (page 152) (No given) HOWELL 1 M GA; Saramiah(?) " 7 F GA; Phoebe PARKS 76 F NC (Effiah's mother); Thomas HAYNES 45 M Carriager VA; A. J. Garrison(?) 23 M Clerk SC.
Just who "M. V." age 2, and Saramiah(?) HOWELL are has not been determined by this compiler. From the 1870 census, the unnamed male age 1 is Clark HOWELL, Jr.
Four homes away is H. W. HOWELL, 29, NC, wife Cynthia, 25, GA, son, Clark, 10, GA, and Harriet, 50, SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Buckhead Dist; Series: M653 Roll: 123 Page: 892: 1309 1413 C. HOWELL 48 M Farmer 30,000 17,000 --; Mary HOWELL 31 F --; Evan P. -- 20 M Atty at Law --; Albert -- 17 M Drugist --; William C. 15 M --; Charles A. 14 M --; Martha V. 12 F --; Clark -- 11 M --; Catherine S. 6 F --; Daniel -- 3 M --; (page 893) Daniel HOOK 65 M M.D. MD; Catherine HOOK 64 F GA; Eliza J. GEARN 22 F Teacher NY; Jno. H. DAVIS 29 M Merchant TN; Celeste M. -- 21 F GA; Elizabeth ARMOR 23 F GA; Catherine TATE 15 F GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta P.O., 24 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 151 Page: 426: 724 697 HOWELL Clark 37 M W Farmer 25,000 10,000 NC-- Mary 41 F W Keeping house GA-- Clark Jr. 21 M W Farmer Overseer GA-- Kate 16 F W At home GA-- Daniel 13 M W Attending School GAHOOK, Daniel 75 M W 500 4,500 Maryland-- Catherine 74 F W GA. (Clark Howell should be 58, not 37 in this census.)

In 1880 Clark HOWELL lives in the home of his daughter, Catherine, and her husband, A. Park WOODWARD.
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Howell's Mill, Casey's Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page 47:
298 325 WOODWARD A. Park W M 32 M Chf Deputy U.S. Marshal SC NY SC;
-- Kate S. W F 26 Wife M Keeping house GA NC GA;
-- Clark N. W M 3 Son S GA SC GA;
-- Mary D. W F 1 Dau S GA SC GA;
-- Elisabeth C. W F 62 Mother Wd At home SC SC SC;
-- Lizzie C. W F 28 Sister S At home SC NY SC;
LYON Mary H. W F 10 Cousin S At school GA AL GA;
HOWELL Clark W M 68 Father in law M At home NC NC NC;
-- Mary D. W F 52 Mother in law M At home GA MD GA;
and three household servants.
Next door is Nathan LYON, 40, and wife Martha V., 32. Martha is Clark and Mary HOWELL's daughter.


General Notes: Wife - Martha Ann WINN

According to information on Ancestry.com this marriage occured when Martha Ann WINN was 13 years old. Questionable? The date of death for Martha is ASSUMED to be cir 1837 (perhaps in child birth?) because of her husband's remarriage in 1838 to Effiah Jane PARK.
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Clark HOWELL and Effiah Jane PARK




Husband Clark HOWELL 385

         Born: 28 December 1811 - Cabarrus County, North Carolina
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         Died: 14 April 1882 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


       Father: Evan HOWELL (Abt 1779-1868)
       Mother: Mary ELLIOTT (Abt 1783-      )


     Marriage: 4 December 1838

 Other Spouse: Martha Ann WINN - 23 July 1835 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Mary D. HOOK 384 - Bef 1854



Wife Effiah Jane PARK 385

         Born: Abt 1818 - Greene County, Georgia 385
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         Died: 22 November 1850 - Warsaw, Forsyth County, Georgia
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       Father: James PARK (1752-1823)
       Mother: Phoebe HOGUE (Abt 1774-After 1850) 4602




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

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2 F Martha V. HOWELL 384,707

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia 384
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       Spouse: Nathan LYON 707
         Marr: Bef 1868


3 M Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA 984,2552

         Born: 10 December 1839 - Warsaw, Forsyth County, Georgia
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         Died: 6 August 1905 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried: 8 August 1905 - Westview Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia
       Spouse: Julia Adelaide ERWIN 984,2475,2553
         Marr: 5 June 1861 - Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina 4237


4 M Albert HOWELL 384

         Born: Abt 1843 384
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5 M Robert HOWELL

         Born: Abt 1843 - Georgia
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M William M. HOWELL 385

         Born: Abt 1845 - Georgia 385
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 11 March 1885 - West End , Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried: 



7 M Charles A. HOWELL 385

         Born: Abt 1846 - Georgia 385
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Mary HOWELL

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M Clark HOWELL, Jr.

         Born: January 1849 - Georgia 590
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth --?-- 590
         Marr: Abt 1875



General Notes: Husband - Clark HOWELL

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Forsyth County, 31st Dist; Series: M432 Roll: 69 Page: 151: 99 Clark HOWELL 38 M W Farmer 15,000 NC; Effiah 32 F GA; E. P. 10 M W GA; Robt 7 M W GA; W. H. 5 M W GA; C. A. 4 M W GA; M. V. 2 M W GA; (page 152) (No given) HOWELL 1 M GA; Saramiah(?) " 7 F GA; Phoebe PARKS 76 F NC (Effiah's mother); Thomas HAYNES 45 M Carriager VA; A. J. Garrison(?) 23 M Clerk SC.
Just who "M. V." age 2, and Saramiah(?) HOWELL are has not been determined by this compiler. From the 1870 census, the unnamed male age 1 is Clark HOWELL, Jr.
Four homes away is H. W. HOWELL, 29, NC, wife Cynthia, 25, GA, son, Clark, 10, GA, and Harriet, 50, SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Buckhead Dist; Series: M653 Roll: 123 Page: 892: 1309 1413 C. HOWELL 48 M Farmer 30,000 17,000 --; Mary HOWELL 31 F --; Evan P. -- 20 M Atty at Law --; Albert -- 17 M Drugist --; William C. 15 M --; Charles A. 14 M --; Martha V. 12 F --; Clark -- 11 M --; Catherine S. 6 F --; Daniel -- 3 M --; (page 893) Daniel HOOK 65 M M.D. MD; Catherine HOOK 64 F GA; Eliza J. GEARN 22 F Teacher NY; Jno. H. DAVIS 29 M Merchant TN; Celeste M. -- 21 F GA; Elizabeth ARMOR 23 F GA; Catherine TATE 15 F GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta P.O., 24 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 151 Page: 426: 724 697 HOWELL Clark 37 M W Farmer 25,000 10,000 NC-- Mary 41 F W Keeping house GA-- Clark Jr. 21 M W Farmer Overseer GA-- Kate 16 F W At home GA-- Daniel 13 M W Attending School GAHOOK, Daniel 75 M W 500 4,500 Maryland-- Catherine 74 F W GA. (Clark Howell should be 58, not 37 in this census.)

In 1880 Clark HOWELL lives in the home of his daughter, Catherine, and her husband, A. Park WOODWARD.
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Howell's Mill, Casey's Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page 47:
298 325 WOODWARD A. Park W M 32 M Chf Deputy U.S. Marshal SC NY SC;
-- Kate S. W F 26 Wife M Keeping house GA NC GA;
-- Clark N. W M 3 Son S GA SC GA;
-- Mary D. W F 1 Dau S GA SC GA;
-- Elisabeth C. W F 62 Mother Wd At home SC SC SC;
-- Lizzie C. W F 28 Sister S At home SC NY SC;
LYON Mary H. W F 10 Cousin S At school GA AL GA;
HOWELL Clark W M 68 Father in law M At home NC NC NC;
-- Mary D. W F 52 Mother in law M At home GA MD GA;
and three household servants.
Next door is Nathan LYON, 40, and wife Martha V., 32. Martha is Clark and Mary HOWELL's daughter.


Notes: Marriage

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Timothy REESE and Elizabeth HOWELL




Husband Timothy REESE 1431

         Born: 7 May 1769 - South Carolina 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 November 1837 - Richland County, South Carolina 1826
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1435
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1431


     Marriage: 



Wife Elizabeth HOWELL 793

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


       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 793
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1757-      ) 793,1430




Children
1 M Joseph A. REESE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Grace C. REESE 4636

         Born: Abt 1832
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 June 1851 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - Timothy REESE

Will abstract: Richland County Will Book K: "Page 294. Timothy REESE. Will, November 11, 1837-March 1838. Wit.: W. DENLEY, Jos. E. REESE, M. R. HOWELL, James CAMPBELL. Wife: Elizabeth (Mill Creek plantation). Son: Joseph A. REESE (Pincushion Plantation). Dau.: Grace C. REESE."

"Timothy Reese Died 14 Nov. 1837 Age 68" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth HOWELL

Elizabeth HOWELL married Timothy REESE. In the 1837 Will of her husband, Elizabeth was given Mill Creek plantation. Elizabeth and Timothy had two children, Joseph A. and Grace C. REESE.

"Elizabeth Reese Died 28 Jun. 1857 Consort of Timothy Reese" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)
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Thompson WARE and Elizabeth Dawson HOWELL




Husband Thompson WARE 1219

         Born: 12 May 1786 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 December 1842 - Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 2 February 1807 - Richmond County, Georgia



Wife Elizabeth Dawson HOWELL 1219

         Born: Cir 1790
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 August 1828 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: William HOWELL (Cir 1769-Bef 1795)
       Mother: Elizabeth DAWSON (1772-1827) 1219




Children

General Notes: Husband - Thompson WARE

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Suzanne Ackert ackerte@bellsouth.net, July 13, 2005 - Source: Sc Wills 1787-1836, By James And Vivian Wooley, Written: March 18, 1829,Recorded: December 30, 1829: I, Margaret WARE, widow of Robert WARE, Senr. deceased, late of Edgefield, being of sound mind and memory. I give to my daugher, Sarah HARRIS, 2 negroes, one boy named Edward, and one girl named Nancy, also $75.00 to be paid her by my sons Thompson and George G. T. WARE...Thompson $50.00 and George T. WARE $25.00 in order that the negroes left each may be equal. I give to my son Thompson 2 negroes named, viz: A woman, Jenny, and child, Harriet. I give to my son Geroge G. T. WARE 2 negroes, boy Nathan and a girl, Matilda. Also to George in consideration of his dutiful care and affection and kindness of me in my declining health and advanced age all the residue of my estate being horses, mules, household and kitchen furniture. I give and bequeath to my grandaughter, Lucy G. BACON, $200.00 to be paid her by my 3 children. No executor was named. Witness: Mary Ann BIRD, John MIDDLETON and Frances MIDDLETON. Signed Margaret WARE. Proved by the oath of John MIDDLETON this 30 Day of December, 1829. Jn. TIMKINS, OED.
Additional Comments: Margaret Tankersley WARE (1753-1829) was the daughter of Joseph TANKERSLEY and Susannah THOMPSON all of Virginia.


Notes: Marriage

This marriage is noted in an abstract of the 1808 estate settlement for William HOWELL, Elizabeth Dawson's father.

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Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT and Epps Goodwyn HOWELL




Husband Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT 1800,1803

         Born: 18 March 1796 - Charles Town, South Carolina 1803
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 March 1873 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina 4284
       Buried: 


       Father: Peter TREZEVANT (1768-1854) 4283
       Mother: Elizabeth Willoughby FARQUHAR (1772-1845) 4283


     Marriage: 15 November 1841 - South Carolina 1804

 Other Spouse: Ann SEWELL 1804 - 3 May 1820 - Charleston, South Carolina 1804



Wife Epps Goodwyn HOWELL 1800,1804,3467

         Born: 9 April 1819 - South Carolina 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 May 1862 - Richland County, South Carolina 4637
       Buried:  - Trinity Churchyard


       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 937
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 793




Children
1 M Jesse Howell TREZEVANT, CSA 1800,1801,3465

          AKA: James H. TREZEVANT 3466
         Born: 30 August 1842 - South Carolina 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 June 1862 - Battle of Gain's Mill, Virginia 3465
       Buried: 



2 M Pvt. Peter John TREZEVANT, CSA 1800,1801

         Born: 18 March 1844 - South Carolina 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: November 1909
       Buried: 



3 M Willoughby Farquahar TREZEVANT, CSA 1800,3469

         Born: 19 January 1846 - South Carolina 3469
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 September 1862 - Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland 3465
       Buried: 



4 M William Howell TREZEVANT 1800,3469,4502

         Born: August 1847 - South Carolina 4503
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 April 1902 - Marietta, Georgia 4504
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Fanny HAMMOND 3469,4505
         Marr: 10 November 1875 4504


5 F Martha L. TREZEVANT 1800

         Born: Abt 1849 - Richland District, South Carolina 4638
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1860 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 



6 F Lucy Mary TREZEVANT 3466,3469

          AKA: Lucy M. TREZEVANT
         Born: 14 April 1849 - South Carolina 4504
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Edward Theodore JERVEY 3469


7 M Theodore Henry TREZEVANT 4504

          AKA: Theodore M. TREZEVANT 3466
         Born: 31 July 1851 - South Carolina 4504
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 M Robert Gilchrist TREZEVANT 3465

         Born: Abt 1855 - South Carolina 3466
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary CAIN 3468,3469
         Marr: Abt 1880


9 M TREZEVANT 4504

         Born: After 1855 - South Carolina 4504
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1860 - South Carolina 3466
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT

Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT was born on 18 March 1786 in Charles Town, South Carolina, son of Huguenot immigrants, Peter and Elizabeth Willoughby Farquar TREZEVANT. He firsr married Miss Ann SEWELL and second Miss Epps Goodwyn HOWELL. m. "Mrs. TREZEVANT, wife of Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT, died in Col'a So. Ca. May 2'd, 1862. Consumption." // The Trezevant building was named for Dr. Daniel Heyward Trezevant who is well known for his large contributions to the State Hospital, as well as, his published description of the burning of Columbia by Sherman's Troops. // A Robert J. Bates from Harrisburg, PA married Margaret E. Davant. M. E. Davant's great uncle, Thomas Stovell Davant of Columbia, SC married Mary Taylor Dec., 14, 1871 in the home of her grandfather, Daniel Heyward Trezevant. (Transactions of the Huguenot Society of SC No. 75, p.133 and 136)[http://genforum.genealogy.com/trezevant/] // Klasen, Trezevant. Anne Marie Klasen and Daniel Heyward Trezevant IV of Beaufort were married at 3 pm July 31 on the beach at Fripp Island. ... (beaufortgazette.com/features/weddings ) // 1859 City Directory for Columbia, SC - T
... Trezevant, George S. ~ physician (DH Trezevant & Son) Plain corner of Marion ~ House Blanding corner of Sumter [www.distantcousin.com/ Directories/SC/Columbia/1859/T.html] //
On Monday, March 13, 1854, a meeting of the physicians of Columbia was held at the Town Hall. Those present were D.H. Trezevant, R.W. Gibbes, Sr., A.H. Nagel, J.H. Boatwright, Joseph C. Crane, A.W. Kennedy, J.H. Thompson, L. Huot, T.H. Wade, W.P. Geiger, T.J. Goodwyn, A.N. Talley, J. McF. Gaston, J.W. Powell, W. Reynolds. Dr. Trezevant was called to the chair and Dr. Gibbes requested to act as Secretary. The meeting was then organized and Dr. Gibbes offered the following resolutions which were unanimously agreed to: Resolved: That is expedient and important that a Medical Society should exist in Columbia; Resolved: That we proceed to its organization. Dr. Gibbes then submitted a draft of a Constitution which was read, and after a few amendments, was adopted. Thus the Medical Society of Columbia was organized.
[http://www.columbiamedicalsociety.org/html/history.html] // At Columbia "Mrs G. Told me of a young lady about 16, Miss Kinsler, who...three officers brutally ravished and who became crazy from it." Dr D.H. Trezevant, cited by Catherine Clinton in " Tara revisited, women, war and the plantation legend". [http://hometown.aol.com/cwrapes/page17.htm] // D.H. Trezevant, The Burning of Columbia, S.C. (Columbia: South Carolina Power Press, 1866) //
1 William Russell Keller b: March 30, 1818 d: April 24, 1887
Burial: April 1887 Keller Cemetery, Creston, South Carolina
.. +Eliza Caroline Shuler b: February 06, 1818 m: Aft. 1838
d: 1842 Burial: 1842
*2nd Wife of William Russell Keller:
.. +Ann C. Shuler b: February 1828 m: February 22, 1844 d:
May 28, 1892 Burial: May 1892
2 Ida C. Keller b: Aft. 1849
.... +D. H. Trezevant b: Aft. 1849 m: Aft. 1869
[From: CFelder817@aol.com <mailto:CFelder817@aol.com>
Subject: [ORANGEBURGH_SC] Felder / Keller / Jesse A. Bardin
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 09:17:32 EDT ]
Records of Deaths in Columbia: Page 147 "Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT died in Col'a So. Ca. Marrch 21st 1873 in the seventy seventh year of his age, of Erysipalus." Born of Huguenot parentage in Charleston on 18 March 1796.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland District, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 36: 605 622 Daniel H. TREZEVANT 54 M Physician 6000 SC; Epps G. " 31 F SC; George " 16 M Student SC; Jessie H. " 8 F SC; Peter J. " 6 M SC; [next page] Willoughby T. TREZEVANT 4 M SC; William H. " 3 SC; Martha L. " 1 SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 57: 800 810 D. H. TREZVANT [sic] 64 M Physician 15,000 10,000 SC; E. G. 40 F [Student in college, struct out, meant for son James] SC; James H. 18 M Student SC; Peter J. 14 M SC; Willoughby F. 13 M SC; William H. 11 M SC; Lucy M. 9 F SC; Theodore M. 7 M SC; Robert G. 5 M SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 3, Columbia; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 132:
152 194 TREZVANT [sic] Danl H. 74 M W Physician 3600 1500 SC; -- William 22 M W R R conductor SC; -- Lucy 20 F W At home SC; -- Theodore 17 M W SC; -- Robt 16 M W SC; -- Fanny 65 F B SC; -- Betty 28 F B SC; BROWN Gabriell 16 M B SC.
Next door:
151 193 TREZVANT [sic] George 36 M W Physician 1900 200 SC; -- Robert 13 M W At home SC; -- Sarah 36 F W SC; -- Annie 11 F W SC; -- Sarah 9 F W SC; -- Farquire [sic] 7 F W SC; -- Lucy 3 F W SC.


General Notes: Wife - Epps Goodwyn HOWELL

Obituary: "Mrs. TREZEVANT, wife of Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT, died in Col'a So. Ca. May 2'd, 1862. Consumption." [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/richland/obituaries1861-1862.htm]

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RUSSELL and Grace HOWELL




Husband RUSSELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1776



Wife Grace HOWELL 1219

         Born: Cir 1763
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


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



 Other Spouse: Jesse BAKER 1219


Children

General Notes: Husband - RUSSELL

Grace RUSSELL was named in the 1776 Will of her father.


General Notes: Wife - Grace HOWELL

Grace HOWELL was named in the 1776 Will of her father, William HOWELL. He gave Grace the Mill Pond tract bought from Nathan CENTER and Goose Pond tract bought from John HOWELL. Grace RUSSELL was named and executrix of the will; she may have been married to a RUSSELL at that time. In the 1821 Will of her mother, Lucy HOWELL, Grace is named as Grace BAKER, pparently the widow of a RUSSELL remarried to Jesse BAKER?
Grace is the only daughter named in the Wills of her parents.
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Dr. Robert George M'ALILEY and Ida E. HOWELL




Husband Dr. Robert George M'ALILEY 3022

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Ida E. HOWELL 3863

         Born: 11 July 1873 - Fulton County, Georgia 3863
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA (1839-1905) 984,2552
       Mother: Julia Adelaide ERWIN (1842-1906) 984,2475,2553



 Other Spouse: Robert CRAMER 3022


Children

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Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. and Martha TAYLOR




Husband Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. 937

         Born: Abt 1775 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1835 - Richland District, South Carolina 4395
       Buried: 


       Father: Malachi HOWELL (Bef 1756-Bef 1782)
       Mother: Martha Epps GOODWYN (Abt 1754-1784) 930,938


     Marriage: Cir 1805

 Other Spouse: Martha HOWELL 793 - Cir 1816 - South Carolina



Wife Martha TAYLOR

         Born: 18 January 1784 - Richland District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Cir 1811 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC (Cir 1745-1806) 1233,1441,3293
       Mother: Sarah DANIELL (1756-1793) 896,3293




Children
1 M James Malachi HOWELL 4639

         Born: Bef 1811 - South Carolina 4639
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1827 - South Carolina 4639
       Buried: 



2 F Martha Sarah HOWELL 75

         Born: 12 April 1811 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 April 1873 - Roseneath Plantation, Gloster, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Colonel William Burney MEANS
         Marr: 24 May 1831 - Fairfield County, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr.

Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr., son of Malachi HOWELL and Martha Epps GOODWYN, was born about 1775 in Craven County, South Carolina. His father died in Feb 1782 when Jesse was about seven. Two months later, his mother remarried to Col. Wade HAMPTON. Two years after this marriage, Jesse's mother died, leaving him an orphan, about nine years of age, in the care of his step-father, Col. HAMPTON. Further records of Jesse's youth have not yet been found.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION is published concerning the marriages of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated.
Martha TAYLOR, daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL, is tentatively assigned as Jesse Malachi's first wife. "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." (Edwin L. Green, "A History of Richland County", p. 47) Jesse and Martha, married circa 1805, and had two children, James Malachi and Martha Sarah as indicated in the record below. Martha died in 1811, the year Martha Sarah was born. Some individuals post that Jesse first married Patience TAYLOR, Martha's sister, and then married Martha, a niece of Patience (and thereby a niece of Patience's sister, Martha). Another posts that Patience married a John HOWELL.
Regardless which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother died giving birth to her or soon thereafter.
James Malachi and Martha Sarah HOWELL were placed under the guardianship of their father, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, February 28, 1815. On January 1, 1827, he stated that James M. had died as a minor, leaving one sister of the whole blood (minor), one half brother (minor, died), and five half sisters. (Green's "History of Richland County", page 279)
Jesse married again to Martha before 1819 when their first child was born. From the following information, this compiler believes that Jesse Malachi HOWELL married second, his cousin. Martha HOWELL, born cir 1789, the daughter of John and Mary HOWELL and Jesse's first cousin, once removed. Thomas and Grace HOWELL of Craven County, South Carolina were their common ancestors.
Saluda Reese, whose research is referenced by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County", typed this cover page for Jesse M. HOWELL's Will: "Will Of Jesse Malachi Howell//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha Taylor, died 1812//Daughter of James Taylor//2nd Wife Martha (nee Howell) Howell//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)"Her dates of birth and death correspond to the age at death of Jesse's widow in 1851. Also indicating that Martha, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) married Jesse M. HOWELL. (Note: Green wrote that Jesse's second wife was Martha, niece of Martha TAYLOR.)
Elizabeth Pitts posted at GenForum this referenced information showing John HOWELL (Jr.)'s sister, Martha, as wife of Jesse M. HOWELL: "Mrs. Margaret BLAKE Sister of John James HAIG Richland Eq. Roll 69 Margaret's Children: Martha m. William Washington -Margaret m. Rev. Dr. BOWEN - Edward BLAKE - John Haig BLAKE with note see Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827 Then, on page 239 Nathaniel BOWEL m. Margaret BLAKE, dau of Margaret BLAKE, Sr., Richland Eq Bills 137, 1817." (Elizabeth Pitts, /cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).
Grace HOWELL, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) and sister of Martha, in her will of 1835 named her sisters, Elizabeth REESE, Mary REESE and Sarah REESE, by their married surnames, and Martha HOWELL, also providing that Martha's maiden and married surname were the same.
Some say Jesse Malachi HOWELL was married second to Martha, "a niece of Martha TAYLOR", before 1819 when their first child was born, however, no niece of Martha TAYLOR who fits the given age of Jesse M.'s widow, born circa 1789, has been proven. "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife." (unattributed) The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. The names of her children living with her proves her identity. James and Sarah TAYLOR had seven children, of whom two, Mary D., born about 1773 and Jesse, b. 1774, might have had a daughter Martha circa 1789, but no family has yet been found for either. James TAYLOR, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow, aged 62 in 1850. The age difference is reinforced by the newspaper extract which indicates Martha died in Columbia in Oct 1851 at the age of 61, born then about 1790.
SPECULATION: Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Lastly, the descendant chart for "John (Thomas) HOWELL", died before 3 Aug 1760, from Carol Busto of Virginia indicates that Martha HOWELL was the second wife and widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL of Richland District, SC. The source for this chart was the work of Saluda Reese. Also in it, John HOWELL, Sr., father of Martha born about 1789, was at his death married to Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married John HOWELL, (not proven), and was mother of Martha, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi, making both positions above true. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. Again, any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated. RLD)
In 1825, Jesse M. HOWELL was named guardian of Mary, Jane Margaret, and James Ross SCOTT. He was discharged in 1835, the year he died, when Jane S. JONES took James, while Mary married J. B. DAVIS, and Jane married J. H. ADAMS. The reference also states "Item of year 1837 has 'paid J. H. ADAMS on White House.' Right in estate of 'Uncle Wm. SCOTT.'" Green's "History of Richland County",page 360: Page A of Index of Book M: "No. 2010") (QUESTION: Are these SCOTT children descended from the William SCUTT & Elizabeth O'DANIEL line of Fairfax County, Virginia?)
In an undated abstract, between entries for 6 Apr 1826 and 11 May 1826, from Richland County Will Book H, page 170, Jesse M. HOWELL, along with Martin MARSHALL, Joseph E. REESE, and John MARSHALL are the commissioners in the estate division of William R. HOWELL. Heirs were: Joseph B. WHITE, Robert WESTON, Thomas BALDRICK, and Charles R. HOWELL.
Citation (date?) issued for Jesse M. HOWELL, Malachi HOWELL and Anderson TRICE returnable the 28th Int. - And whereas the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE appeared and claimed the administration and no cause being shown to the contrary, I do therefore grant Letters of Administration to the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE on the Estate of Meredith TRICE, deceased - Who thereupon entered into a Bond in the sum of $10,000 with Malachi HOWELL their security and took the oath required by law. (The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, SCMAR, Volume XVI Number 3, Summer, 1988 Richland District Minutes of the Court of Ordinary, 1806-1833 (Continued from Volume XV, p. 217) SCMAR, Vol. XVI, Summer 1988, No. 3, p. 150)
Jesse Malachi died in 1835, Richland District. His will indicates five daughters, including four half sisters of Martha Sarah, and her two half brothers. From the 1827 record above, it appears that one unnamed half brother and a half sister died as minors. This establishes a total of eight children born from Jesse's second marriage.
PROBATE: Will dated May 21, 1835 Feb. 27, 1835 Bk. I Pg. 302 Wit: W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Saml BYERS, Alester GARDEN Ex: Wade HAMPTON, Jr., B. F. TAYLOR. Lists wife as Martha. Sons: William, Jesse Malachi. Dau: Mary, Grace, Harriet, Lucy, Martha Sarah MEANS, Eppes Goodwyn.
The below, extracted from the LW&T of Brigadier General John PEARSON, may be citing Jesse M. HOWELL's purchase on 9 August 1814 of the home of Capt. Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL after their move to Wilcox County, Alabama. Bryant MARSH's home, in what is now Saluda County, South Carolina, is know as the MARSH-JOHNSON House and is in The National Historical Landmark Registry. The house first appears on the Mills Map of Edgefield District (1825) as a residence of "Capt. B. Marsh". In 1846 the plat of an adjoining plantation shows that the land belonged to Josiah Howell. In 1847 Isaac Johnson of the Old Barnwell District purchased the land from Mr. Howell. The Johnson family kept the property until 1945, at which time John Henry Hazel bought the house and 225 acres.
To understand the relationships in this will, Brig. Gen. John PEARSON, RS-SC Militia, was the uncle of Martha Pearson COOK who married first, Levi DANIELL and then second, Levi's cousin, John "Jack" DANIEL, brother of Martha DANIEL who married Bryant MARSH. Levi's sister, Sarah DANIELL married Capt. James TAYLOR. Jesse Malachi HOWELL married Martha TAYLOR, James and Sarah Daniell TAYLOR's daughter and second cousin to Martha Daniel MARSH. These lines of cousins, DANIEL and DANIELL in South Carolina were very tightly knit.
"WHEREAS I the said John PEARSON Senr. have laid myself responsible for the sum of fifteen hundred dollars in a bond dated 9th August 1814 made to Jesse M. HOWELL of Richland District and state aforesaid for the purchase of a house and lot of land in the town of Columbia in behalf of Dr. George E. SMITH who intermarried with my daughter Judith PEARSON and whereas the said engagement was made by me at the instance and request of my said daughter and it appearing to me that a dividend of my lands herein devised may be reasonably estimated to the value of two thousand dollars it is my will that the sum of five hundred dollars be paid to my said daughter Judith her heirs or assigns by my executors herein after named after the expiration of twelve months from my decease and I hereby charge my personal estate not otherwise charged for the payment of the said sum of five hundred dollars being intended by me as a just compensation to my said daughter in lieu of any share or devise in my real estate in addition to the sum contained in the bond aforementioned which at the date of these presents is not satisfied making up the apparent deficiency in the aforesaid devises, of 1 and for my children and it is my will that my said daughter Judith shall accept of the said sum hereby bequyeathed to her in lieu of all claims, demands, rights, and expectations in the distribution by will of my real estate aforesaid." (Source: South Carolina, Fairfield Will Book #7, page 272, recorded June 1st, 1820 Apt. #28, File #420 (This original will transcription was generously contributed by Marjory Watts.)
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0022 Frame: 00364 item: 00 Date: 1835 C. Description: HOWELL, Jese Malachi of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book K, Page 33; Estate Packet: Box 15, Pkg 366) (14 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Jesse Malachi /TAYLOR, James/TAYLOR, Jesse P./HEATH, Thomas/THREEWITS, John/HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Malachi/Yellow John (Slave)/Mary (Slave)/Frederick (Slave)/Jane (Slave)/Eliza (Slave)/Napery (Slave)/DESAUSSURE, William F./BYERS, Samuel/GARDEN, Alester/FISHER, Edward/LEDINGHAM, J. H./TAYLOR, John G. N./FITZSIMONS, Paul/FISHER, John/Creasy (Slave)/Dolly (Slave)/HOWELL, Mrs. Jesse Malachi/ROBERTSON, Catherine M./HAMPTON, Wade Jr./TAYLOR, Benjamin F./Nancy (Slave)/Lissa (Slave)/Christian (Slave)/Sarah (Slave)/Anna (Slave)/Virginia (Slave)/Charles (Slave)/Billy (Slave)/Peggy (Slave)/Old Christian (Slave)/HOWELL, Mary/MEANS, Martha S./HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi Jr./HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Harriett/HOWELL, Lucy. Locations: Richland District /Columbia/Congaree River/Broad River.
Other than capitalized surnames, the following is a faithful copy of photographs of typed pages of the work of Saluda REESE, cited by Edwin L. Green as resource material in writing "A History of Richland County South Carolina". The original pages are in the South Carolina Archives. Carol Busto of Ashland, Virginia graciously provided photocopies to Robert Louis Daniell:
(Cover Page) Will Of Jesse Malachi HOWELL//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha TAYLOR, died 1812//Daughter of James TAYLOR//2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)
WILL OF JESSE M. HOWELL, Will Book K. Richland County, 1787-1853. Box 15-Package 354. South Carolina, District Richland: In the name of God Amen. I, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, of the District and state aforesaid, planter, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, I give devise and bequeath unto Wade HAMPTON the younger and benjamin (sic) F. TAYLOR and to the survivors of them, and to the Executors, but if there be none then to the heirs of each Survivor the whole of my Estate real and personal of what nature or kind so ever it may be, which I shall be possessed of, interested in, or entitled unto at the time of my death -in trust, nevertheless and to and for the uses intents and purposes hereinafter expressed of and concerning the same and none other whatever, that is to say, In trust to pay all my just debts; and upon the further trust out of any money in their hands pay an annuity or yearly sum of one Thousand Dollars dear of all taxes or deductions whatever into the proper hands of my dearly beloved wife for and during the term of her life so long as she lives sole and unmarried in adition to the further provision hereinafter made for my said wife: and upon the further that from and immediately after my decease my said Trustees shall purchase a small tract of land in a healthy situation near Columbia and assign the same to my said wife to be held for the same term and on the same condition as are annexed to the bequeast of the annuity, and that my said Trustees shall cause to be built thereon a comfortable dwelling house for the residence of my wife and her children with all requisite out buildings, fences, ect., or if a suitable place cannot be purchased, , or my said Trustees shall think it more advantegeos (sic) to my estate to lease that in such case they shall lease such a tract (Page 2) of land with a comfortable dwelling house and out buildings thereon for a term of years renewable during the life of widowhood of my said wife; and to be assigned to her as aforesaid. And upon the further trust that the said Trustees shall assign and deliver to my said wife for and during the term aforesaid the following slaves to wit: Nancy, the cook, Lissa of Christian, Sarah, Anna, Virginia, Charles, Billy & Peggy and old Christian----- And my carriage and horses, and the whole of my house hold and kitchen furniture and utensils, beds, bedding, table linen, china and earthen ware and jewelry of what nature or kindsoever: and it is my will that from and immediately after the death or marriage of my said wife the said annuity shall cease, and the land, houses, goods, and chattwls (sic), hereby devised and bequeathed to her shall sink into, and become part of the residue of my said real and personal estate, and be held and possessed by my said trustees, Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benj. F. TAYLOR, of (or?) the Survivors of them, or the Executors or heir of each survivor upon the trusts to and for the intents and purposes herein declared concerning the rest and residue of my real and personal estate devised and bequeathed in trust for my children. And it is my will and I do hereby direct that my said Trustees do sell the whole of my personal estate (not herein bequeathed to my wife and daughter Mary) at public auction for the best price that can be got for same, upon a credit of one, two, three, and four years, taking bon (sic) and mortgages, with interest from the day of sale payable annually, and personal security from the several purchases to secure the paymen (sic) of the purchase money. It is my desire that my Trustees before named will use their discretion as to the most favorable period to make sal (sic) of my said personal estate, and also as to the place of sale, for whi (sic) purpose they are hereby invested with power to remove the negros in any part of the United States or the Territories thereof. And it is (Page 3) further my will and desire that as soon as my children arrive at the age of twenty-one years or marry that the said Trustees shall divide my personal estate into as many parts as I shall have children whether now born of hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) who shall be living at the time of my death, or having died shall have left issue one of those parts or shares to each of my sons who shall then be living, as they shall attain twenty-one years of age, absolutely; and that the said Trustees shall permit each of my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Harriette HOWELL and Lucy HOWELL and Grace who shall be then living, upon their respectively attaining the age of twenty-one years or marrying to take, have and receive, the annual interest of of (sic) one of the said parts or shares yearly during their natural lives and upon the death of any of my daughters last named, leaving lawful issue alive at the time after death, I desire that my said Trustees do assign one of the said parts or shares to such lawful issue absolutely, share and share alike, as such issue shall respectively arrive at the age of twenty one or marry, without further trust or condition, and if any of my daughters last named should die without having lawful issue at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that the share of the said personal estate, of which she was permitted to receive the interest during her life shall be divided among her surviving brothers and sisters (Mrs Martha S. MEANS Excepted) and the issue of such as may have died before her, share and share alike, but such issue taking among them the share to which their parent would have been entitled, and it is further my will and desire , that the share to which my daughter Mary HOWELL will be entitled shall remain in the hands of the said Trustees until one of my sons shall attain the age of twenty one years, upon the occurance (Page 4) of which event my said son shall receive the share of his said sister (plural s lined out), Mary HOWELL for her; and upon death of such son, the next who shall attain twenty-one years shall succeed his brother in the said trust; and I confide the case of my said daughter to the duty and affection of her said brothers: And upon the death of my said daughter Mary HOWELL I bequeath her share (the provision in a preceeding clause to the contrary notwithstanding) to my sons who shall be at that time alive, and to the issue of such as shall be dead, they taking among them their parents share I reserve however a right to my daughter Mary HOWELL to give by will or otherwise a small legacy or token of remembrance to either or all of her sisters then alive not to exceed one hundred dollars each. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the two plantations or tracts of land which I derived by purchase from James TAYLOR and Jesse P. TAYLOR, bounded by the Congaree River and by the lands of Wade HAMPTON Jr., Thomas HEATH and John THREEWITS be conveyed by the said Trustees in fee simple to my sons William HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL, and that possession thereof be delivered to them when the first shall have attained twenty one years of age and it is my will and desire that if the said plantations or tracts of land shall be of greater value than one half of the whol (sic) real estate I shall be possessed of at my death, that my said sons shall pay in one two three and four equal annual instalments (sic) which shall be at interest as they respectively become due the difference in value to my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Grace HOWELL, Harriett (sic) and Lucy HOWELL, and if the said plantation shall be of less value than one half of the said real estate, that the difference shall be made up in like manner to my said sons by their said sisters. And it is further my will and desire that if another (Page 5) son shall at any time hereafter be born unto me, my said Trustees shall convey in fee simple to such son and to my sons Wm. HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL before mentioned - the said tracts of land which I derived from James TAYLOR and Jess P. TAYLOR and also as much more of my real estate as will make their joint share equal to five ninths of my said real estate in value-- And as to the remainder of my real estate, - it is my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the said Trustees shall permit my daughters now born or hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted.) to take and receive among them in equal shares the rents and profits thereof during their lives; and immediately after the death of any one of my said daughters, leaving issue alive at the time of her death it is my will and desire that the said Trustees convey to such issue, in fee simple, share and share alike such portion or share of the said remainder, of any real estate an their mother would have been entitled to, and the said remainder of my real estate been directed to be equally divided among my daughters aforesaid; and it is my desire that they be put in possession thereof as they respectively attain twenty one years of age or marry. But if any one of my daughters (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that share of the daughter dying without issue shall sink into the said remainder of my real estate above bequeathed to my daughters and be subject to the provisions herein made in relation to the same. But if so many of my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths as will make the shares of the survivors in my real estate respectively greater than the respective shares above allotted to my sons in that event it is my will and desire that the share of a daughter dying without leaving issue alive at the time afer death shall be divided equally among my then surviving sons and daughters (Mrs.(Page 6) M. S. MEANS excepted) and the issue of any that shall have died leaving issue they taking among them their parents share - And if it so happens that all my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths, it is my will and desire that the portion of the real estate intended by the will for my said daughters shall be conveyed in fee simple to my said Trustees to my sons then surviving, and the issue, of any that shall have died, such issues taking among them a parents share But upon the death of my daughter Mary HOWELL without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, I devise and bequeath the interest in the remainder of my real estate above secured to her by my sons then living, and to the issue of anyone that may then be dead, such issue taking among themselves to be divided equally, share and share alike their parents parts. And it is further my will and desire that in case of the death of any one of my children aforesaid before they arrive at the age of twenty-one years or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death that the share or interest of such child or children Shall be divided and apportioned among my surviving children (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) as in herein before directed. And it is my will and desire that if all my sons , or all my daughters (excepting Mrs. M. S. MEANS) should happen to die without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death, that my surviving sons or my surviving daughters as the case may be (Mrs. M. S. MEANS excepted) shall be entitled to, and receive the whole of my estate real and personal, and my Trustees shall convey to them in the same upon the same terms, and in the same manner, and with the like limitations and restrictions as are hereinbefore directed concerning the shares or interests of my sons or daughters in the same. I give and bequeath to (Page 7) my daughter Martha Sarah MEANS the sum of ten Dollars---This bequest is made and is intended to be in lieu and bar of all claims she may have against my estate and in lieu of all her rights and interests in my estate as one of my children and heir at law. And to avoid as much as possible any recourse to law concerning the partition or division of my said estate, I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said Wade HAMPTON the younger and Benjamin TAYLOR, or the survivors of them, and the executors of such survivor, and if there be no Executors, or they shall die then the heir of such survivor, being of the age of twenty one years to make all divisions or appraisements of my said estate, or any part thereof in all cases in which divisions or appraisements may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Will. And it is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that every interest benefit and advantage hereby devised and bequeathed or reserved to and for the use of my daughters or any of them, shall in case they or either of them intermarry with a Foreigner, or who is not a native born citizen of the United States of America or of the Territories thereof sink into the residue of my estate, and be divided and distributed in the same manner as if such daughter or daughters had died under the age of twenty-one years, or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death; such forfeiture being confined to the daughter or daughter who shall marry as aforesaid. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct from time to time as money may come into the hands of my executors from the sales of my estate hereby directed to be made or from the sale of any crop or crops at the period of my decrease or from outstanding debts or otherwise however, after providing for the payment of my just debts and defraying the necessary expenses of the maintenance and education of (Page 8) my children, which I wish to be liberal and extensive, that the same be laid out and invested in Bank Stock or other good public securities of the United States of America of of (sic) this State as will be most beneficial for my said children, my daughter Mrs. M. S. Means however not being intended to be embraced in this provision. It is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that the provision made for my said wife by this will shall be and be taken in lieu and bar off all claim and dower to any part of my estate. And it is further my will and desire that my daughter Mary shall have and receive the following negros to wit: Yellow John, Mary, his wife; Frederick, Jane, Eliza, Napery and their future issue and increase of the females upon the same terms and conditions and with the like limitations as are prescribed in the clauses of this will where provision is made for her out of my personal estate. I desire wherever the word issue occurs in this will it shall be understood to mean legitimate issue. And I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my friends Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benjamin F. TAYLOR Executors of this my last Will and testament, and Guardians of my children with as full power to act for them, as if they had been appointed such Guardians under the authority of any Court of this State. And I hereby revoke all Wills by me heretofore made, and declare this to be my last Will and testament written upon three sheets of paper upon each of which my name is sihned (sic) in my proper hand In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. J. M. HOWELL (L. S.)
signed, sealed, published and declared, by the Testator Jesse M. HOWELL, to be his last Will and testament, in our presence who in his presence and at his request have hereunto subscribed our names (Page 9) as witnesses: the following alterations having been made by the Testator before signing the same to wit: the words then living" in the 38th line of 1st page erased an an interlineatin made between that and the 39th line - and on the second page - terlineations (sic) between the 22nd and 23rd line: between the 24th and 25th: the 37th and 38 and 39th; and the 43d and 44th: - the whole 39 line having been erased and part of the 38 and 40th. W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Samuel I. BYERS, Alester GARDEN.
State of South Carolina Richland District - Before me personally appeared Wm. F. DeSAUSSURE Esq, who being duly sworn did make oath that he saw Jesse M. HOWELL sign and publish and declare this written instrument of writing, to be his last Will and Testament, that he was then of sound and disposing memory, according to the best of this Deponents knowledge and belief, and that he with Samuel BYERS and Alester GARDEN at the request of the Testator in his presence and in the presence of each other witnessed the due execution thereof. Sworn to before me 27 Feb 1735 (sic, no doubt 1835. RLD) James S. GUIGNARD Ordinary Recorded in Will Book L Page #32 Box 23 - Package 571


General Notes: Wife - Martha TAYLOR

Martha TAYLOR, daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL was born 18 Jan 1784. Martha is tentatively assigned as Jesse Malachi HOWELL's first wife.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION exists about whether Martha or her sister, Patience, married circa 1805 Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Both Martha and Patience TAYLOR are said to have been the first wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County" writes: "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." Other sources list "Martha TAYLOR (died 1812) married Jesse Malachi HOWELL (died 1835)." An Ancestry.com file provides "Patience TAYLOR Born Marriage 1 Spouse Jesse Malachi HOWELL Married [no date]"; however, Henry L. Hall's THE TAYLOR FAMILY OF RICHLAND COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AN IMPORTANT PIONEER FAMILY IN THE HISTORY OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA states "(35) 6. Patience TAYLOR (18 January 1784-12 April 1811) married John Howell." Patience's birth date is given as both 4 Oct 1781 or 18 Jan 1784 and died 12 Apr 1811. Details about these sisters are being shared between them.
Regardless of which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother apparently died giving birth to her.
(QUESTION: Could Martha TAYLOR, sister of Patience, have been the second wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL? It does not appear so. Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Martha HOWELL's father, William, had a wife and widow, Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married William HOWELL, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. RLD)


Notes: Marriage

Based on estimated marriage at about age 18.
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Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. and Martha HOWELL




Husband Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. 937

         Born: Abt 1775 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1835 - Richland District, South Carolina 4395
       Buried: 


       Father: Malachi HOWELL (Bef 1756-Bef 1782)
       Mother: Martha Epps GOODWYN (Abt 1754-1784) 930,938


     Marriage: Cir 1816 - South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Martha TAYLOR - Cir 1805



Wife Martha HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1789 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: 1851 1434
       Buried: 


       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 793
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1757-      ) 793,1430




Children
1 F Mary HOWELL 3467,4639

         Born: Bef 1819 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1827 - South Carolina
       Buried: 



2 F Epps Goodwyn HOWELL 1800,1804,3467

         Born: 9 April 1819 - South Carolina 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 May 1862 - Richland County, South Carolina 4637
       Buried:  - Trinity Churchyard
       Spouse: Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT 1800,1803
         Marr: 15 November 1841 - South Carolina 1804


3 F Jesse M. HOWELL 3467

         Born: Abt 1824 - South Carolina 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 8 June 1857 - Richland District, South Carolina 4640
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


4 F Baby HOWELL 4639

         Born: Abt 1826 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1835 - South Carolina
       Buried: 



5 F Grace HOWELL 3467

         Born: Abt 1827 - South Carolina 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 November 1862 - Richland County, South Carolina 4641
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


6 F Harriet HOWELL 3467

         Born: Abt 1829 - South Carolina 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 18 September 1850 - Richland District, South Carolina 4642
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


7 M William HOWELL 3467

         Born: Abt 1830 - Richland District, South Carolina 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 October 1864 - Richland County, South Carolina 4395
       Buried: 



8 M Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr. 3467

         Born: Abt 1831 - Columbia, Richland District, South Carolina 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1863
       Buried: 



9 F Lucy HOWELL 3467

         Born: Abt 1831 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr.

Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr., son of Malachi HOWELL and Martha Epps GOODWYN, was born about 1775 in Craven County, South Carolina. His father died in Feb 1782 when Jesse was about seven. Two months later, his mother remarried to Col. Wade HAMPTON. Two years after this marriage, Jesse's mother died, leaving him an orphan, about nine years of age, in the care of his step-father, Col. HAMPTON. Further records of Jesse's youth have not yet been found.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION is published concerning the marriages of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated.
Martha TAYLOR, daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL, is tentatively assigned as Jesse Malachi's first wife. "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." (Edwin L. Green, "A History of Richland County", p. 47) Jesse and Martha, married circa 1805, and had two children, James Malachi and Martha Sarah as indicated in the record below. Martha died in 1811, the year Martha Sarah was born. Some individuals post that Jesse first married Patience TAYLOR, Martha's sister, and then married Martha, a niece of Patience (and thereby a niece of Patience's sister, Martha). Another posts that Patience married a John HOWELL.
Regardless which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother died giving birth to her or soon thereafter.
James Malachi and Martha Sarah HOWELL were placed under the guardianship of their father, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, February 28, 1815. On January 1, 1827, he stated that James M. had died as a minor, leaving one sister of the whole blood (minor), one half brother (minor, died), and five half sisters. (Green's "History of Richland County", page 279)
Jesse married again to Martha before 1819 when their first child was born. From the following information, this compiler believes that Jesse Malachi HOWELL married second, his cousin. Martha HOWELL, born cir 1789, the daughter of John and Mary HOWELL and Jesse's first cousin, once removed. Thomas and Grace HOWELL of Craven County, South Carolina were their common ancestors.
Saluda Reese, whose research is referenced by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County", typed this cover page for Jesse M. HOWELL's Will: "Will Of Jesse Malachi Howell//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha Taylor, died 1812//Daughter of James Taylor//2nd Wife Martha (nee Howell) Howell//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)"Her dates of birth and death correspond to the age at death of Jesse's widow in 1851. Also indicating that Martha, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) married Jesse M. HOWELL. (Note: Green wrote that Jesse's second wife was Martha, niece of Martha TAYLOR.)
Elizabeth Pitts posted at GenForum this referenced information showing John HOWELL (Jr.)'s sister, Martha, as wife of Jesse M. HOWELL: "Mrs. Margaret BLAKE Sister of John James HAIG Richland Eq. Roll 69 Margaret's Children: Martha m. William Washington -Margaret m. Rev. Dr. BOWEN - Edward BLAKE - John Haig BLAKE with note see Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827 Then, on page 239 Nathaniel BOWEL m. Margaret BLAKE, dau of Margaret BLAKE, Sr., Richland Eq Bills 137, 1817." (Elizabeth Pitts, /cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).
Grace HOWELL, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) and sister of Martha, in her will of 1835 named her sisters, Elizabeth REESE, Mary REESE and Sarah REESE, by their married surnames, and Martha HOWELL, also providing that Martha's maiden and married surname were the same.
Some say Jesse Malachi HOWELL was married second to Martha, "a niece of Martha TAYLOR", before 1819 when their first child was born, however, no niece of Martha TAYLOR who fits the given age of Jesse M.'s widow, born circa 1789, has been proven. "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife." (unattributed) The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. The names of her children living with her proves her identity. James and Sarah TAYLOR had seven children, of whom two, Mary D., born about 1773 and Jesse, b. 1774, might have had a daughter Martha circa 1789, but no family has yet been found for either. James TAYLOR, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow, aged 62 in 1850. The age difference is reinforced by the newspaper extract which indicates Martha died in Columbia in Oct 1851 at the age of 61, born then about 1790.
SPECULATION: Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Lastly, the descendant chart for "John (Thomas) HOWELL", died before 3 Aug 1760, from Carol Busto of Virginia indicates that Martha HOWELL was the second wife and widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL of Richland District, SC. The source for this chart was the work of Saluda Reese. Also in it, John HOWELL, Sr., father of Martha born about 1789, was at his death married to Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married John HOWELL, (not proven), and was mother of Martha, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi, making both positions above true. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. Again, any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated. RLD)
In 1825, Jesse M. HOWELL was named guardian of Mary, Jane Margaret, and James Ross SCOTT. He was discharged in 1835, the year he died, when Jane S. JONES took James, while Mary married J. B. DAVIS, and Jane married J. H. ADAMS. The reference also states "Item of year 1837 has 'paid J. H. ADAMS on White House.' Right in estate of 'Uncle Wm. SCOTT.'" Green's "History of Richland County",page 360: Page A of Index of Book M: "No. 2010") (QUESTION: Are these SCOTT children descended from the William SCUTT & Elizabeth O'DANIEL line of Fairfax County, Virginia?)
In an undated abstract, between entries for 6 Apr 1826 and 11 May 1826, from Richland County Will Book H, page 170, Jesse M. HOWELL, along with Martin MARSHALL, Joseph E. REESE, and John MARSHALL are the commissioners in the estate division of William R. HOWELL. Heirs were: Joseph B. WHITE, Robert WESTON, Thomas BALDRICK, and Charles R. HOWELL.
Citation (date?) issued for Jesse M. HOWELL, Malachi HOWELL and Anderson TRICE returnable the 28th Int. - And whereas the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE appeared and claimed the administration and no cause being shown to the contrary, I do therefore grant Letters of Administration to the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE on the Estate of Meredith TRICE, deceased - Who thereupon entered into a Bond in the sum of $10,000 with Malachi HOWELL their security and took the oath required by law. (The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, SCMAR, Volume XVI Number 3, Summer, 1988 Richland District Minutes of the Court of Ordinary, 1806-1833 (Continued from Volume XV, p. 217) SCMAR, Vol. XVI, Summer 1988, No. 3, p. 150)
Jesse Malachi died in 1835, Richland District. His will indicates five daughters, including four half sisters of Martha Sarah, and her two half brothers. From the 1827 record above, it appears that one unnamed half brother and a half sister died as minors. This establishes a total of eight children born from Jesse's second marriage.
PROBATE: Will dated May 21, 1835 Feb. 27, 1835 Bk. I Pg. 302 Wit: W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Saml BYERS, Alester GARDEN Ex: Wade HAMPTON, Jr., B. F. TAYLOR. Lists wife as Martha. Sons: William, Jesse Malachi. Dau: Mary, Grace, Harriet, Lucy, Martha Sarah MEANS, Eppes Goodwyn.
The below, extracted from the LW&T of Brigadier General John PEARSON, may be citing Jesse M. HOWELL's purchase on 9 August 1814 of the home of Capt. Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL after their move to Wilcox County, Alabama. Bryant MARSH's home, in what is now Saluda County, South Carolina, is know as the MARSH-JOHNSON House and is in The National Historical Landmark Registry. The house first appears on the Mills Map of Edgefield District (1825) as a residence of "Capt. B. Marsh". In 1846 the plat of an adjoining plantation shows that the land belonged to Josiah Howell. In 1847 Isaac Johnson of the Old Barnwell District purchased the land from Mr. Howell. The Johnson family kept the property until 1945, at which time John Henry Hazel bought the house and 225 acres.
To understand the relationships in this will, Brig. Gen. John PEARSON, RS-SC Militia, was the uncle of Martha Pearson COOK who married first, Levi DANIELL and then second, Levi's cousin, John "Jack" DANIEL, brother of Martha DANIEL who married Bryant MARSH. Levi's sister, Sarah DANIELL married Capt. James TAYLOR. Jesse Malachi HOWELL married Martha TAYLOR, James and Sarah Daniell TAYLOR's daughter and second cousin to Martha Daniel MARSH. These lines of cousins, DANIEL and DANIELL in South Carolina were very tightly knit.
"WHEREAS I the said John PEARSON Senr. have laid myself responsible for the sum of fifteen hundred dollars in a bond dated 9th August 1814 made to Jesse M. HOWELL of Richland District and state aforesaid for the purchase of a house and lot of land in the town of Columbia in behalf of Dr. George E. SMITH who intermarried with my daughter Judith PEARSON and whereas the said engagement was made by me at the instance and request of my said daughter and it appearing to me that a dividend of my lands herein devised may be reasonably estimated to the value of two thousand dollars it is my will that the sum of five hundred dollars be paid to my said daughter Judith her heirs or assigns by my executors herein after named after the expiration of twelve months from my decease and I hereby charge my personal estate not otherwise charged for the payment of the said sum of five hundred dollars being intended by me as a just compensation to my said daughter in lieu of any share or devise in my real estate in addition to the sum contained in the bond aforementioned which at the date of these presents is not satisfied making up the apparent deficiency in the aforesaid devises, of 1 and for my children and it is my will that my said daughter Judith shall accept of the said sum hereby bequyeathed to her in lieu of all claims, demands, rights, and expectations in the distribution by will of my real estate aforesaid." (Source: South Carolina, Fairfield Will Book #7, page 272, recorded June 1st, 1820 Apt. #28, File #420 (This original will transcription was generously contributed by Marjory Watts.)
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0022 Frame: 00364 item: 00 Date: 1835 C. Description: HOWELL, Jese Malachi of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book K, Page 33; Estate Packet: Box 15, Pkg 366) (14 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Jesse Malachi /TAYLOR, James/TAYLOR, Jesse P./HEATH, Thomas/THREEWITS, John/HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Malachi/Yellow John (Slave)/Mary (Slave)/Frederick (Slave)/Jane (Slave)/Eliza (Slave)/Napery (Slave)/DESAUSSURE, William F./BYERS, Samuel/GARDEN, Alester/FISHER, Edward/LEDINGHAM, J. H./TAYLOR, John G. N./FITZSIMONS, Paul/FISHER, John/Creasy (Slave)/Dolly (Slave)/HOWELL, Mrs. Jesse Malachi/ROBERTSON, Catherine M./HAMPTON, Wade Jr./TAYLOR, Benjamin F./Nancy (Slave)/Lissa (Slave)/Christian (Slave)/Sarah (Slave)/Anna (Slave)/Virginia (Slave)/Charles (Slave)/Billy (Slave)/Peggy (Slave)/Old Christian (Slave)/HOWELL, Mary/MEANS, Martha S./HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi Jr./HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Harriett/HOWELL, Lucy. Locations: Richland District /Columbia/Congaree River/Broad River.
Other than capitalized surnames, the following is a faithful copy of photographs of typed pages of the work of Saluda REESE, cited by Edwin L. Green as resource material in writing "A History of Richland County South Carolina". The original pages are in the South Carolina Archives. Carol Busto of Ashland, Virginia graciously provided photocopies to Robert Louis Daniell:
(Cover Page) Will Of Jesse Malachi HOWELL//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha TAYLOR, died 1812//Daughter of James TAYLOR//2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)
WILL OF JESSE M. HOWELL, Will Book K. Richland County, 1787-1853. Box 15-Package 354. South Carolina, District Richland: In the name of God Amen. I, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, of the District and state aforesaid, planter, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, I give devise and bequeath unto Wade HAMPTON the younger and benjamin (sic) F. TAYLOR and to the survivors of them, and to the Executors, but if there be none then to the heirs of each Survivor the whole of my Estate real and personal of what nature or kind so ever it may be, which I shall be possessed of, interested in, or entitled unto at the time of my death -in trust, nevertheless and to and for the uses intents and purposes hereinafter expressed of and concerning the same and none other whatever, that is to say, In trust to pay all my just debts; and upon the further trust out of any money in their hands pay an annuity or yearly sum of one Thousand Dollars dear of all taxes or deductions whatever into the proper hands of my dearly beloved wife for and during the term of her life so long as she lives sole and unmarried in adition to the further provision hereinafter made for my said wife: and upon the further that from and immediately after my decease my said Trustees shall purchase a small tract of land in a healthy situation near Columbia and assign the same to my said wife to be held for the same term and on the same condition as are annexed to the bequeast of the annuity, and that my said Trustees shall cause to be built thereon a comfortable dwelling house for the residence of my wife and her children with all requisite out buildings, fences, ect., or if a suitable place cannot be purchased, , or my said Trustees shall think it more advantegeos (sic) to my estate to lease that in such case they shall lease such a tract (Page 2) of land with a comfortable dwelling house and out buildings thereon for a term of years renewable during the life of widowhood of my said wife; and to be assigned to her as aforesaid. And upon the further trust that the said Trustees shall assign and deliver to my said wife for and during the term aforesaid the following slaves to wit: Nancy, the cook, Lissa of Christian, Sarah, Anna, Virginia, Charles, Billy & Peggy and old Christian----- And my carriage and horses, and the whole of my house hold and kitchen furniture and utensils, beds, bedding, table linen, china and earthen ware and jewelry of what nature or kindsoever: and it is my will that from and immediately after the death or marriage of my said wife the said annuity shall cease, and the land, houses, goods, and chattwls (sic), hereby devised and bequeathed to her shall sink into, and become part of the residue of my said real and personal estate, and be held and possessed by my said trustees, Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benj. F. TAYLOR, of (or?) the Survivors of them, or the Executors or heir of each survivor upon the trusts to and for the intents and purposes herein declared concerning the rest and residue of my real and personal estate devised and bequeathed in trust for my children. And it is my will and I do hereby direct that my said Trustees do sell the whole of my personal estate (not herein bequeathed to my wife and daughter Mary) at public auction for the best price that can be got for same, upon a credit of one, two, three, and four years, taking bon (sic) and mortgages, with interest from the day of sale payable annually, and personal security from the several purchases to secure the paymen (sic) of the purchase money. It is my desire that my Trustees before named will use their discretion as to the most favorable period to make sal (sic) of my said personal estate, and also as to the place of sale, for whi (sic) purpose they are hereby invested with power to remove the negros in any part of the United States or the Territories thereof. And it is (Page 3) further my will and desire that as soon as my children arrive at the age of twenty-one years or marry that the said Trustees shall divide my personal estate into as many parts as I shall have children whether now born of hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) who shall be living at the time of my death, or having died shall have left issue one of those parts or shares to each of my sons who shall then be living, as they shall attain twenty-one years of age, absolutely; and that the said Trustees shall permit each of my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Harriette HOWELL and Lucy HOWELL and Grace who shall be then living, upon their respectively attaining the age of twenty-one years or marrying to take, have and receive, the annual interest of of (sic) one of the said parts or shares yearly during their natural lives and upon the death of any of my daughters last named, leaving lawful issue alive at the time after death, I desire that my said Trustees do assign one of the said parts or shares to such lawful issue absolutely, share and share alike, as such issue shall respectively arrive at the age of twenty one or marry, without further trust or condition, and if any of my daughters last named should die without having lawful issue at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that the share of the said personal estate, of which she was permitted to receive the interest during her life shall be divided among her surviving brothers and sisters (Mrs Martha S. MEANS Excepted) and the issue of such as may have died before her, share and share alike, but such issue taking among them the share to which their parent would have been entitled, and it is further my will and desire , that the share to which my daughter Mary HOWELL will be entitled shall remain in the hands of the said Trustees until one of my sons shall attain the age of twenty one years, upon the occurance (Page 4) of which event my said son shall receive the share of his said sister (plural s lined out), Mary HOWELL for her; and upon death of such son, the next who shall attain twenty-one years shall succeed his brother in the said trust; and I confide the case of my said daughter to the duty and affection of her said brothers: And upon the death of my said daughter Mary HOWELL I bequeath her share (the provision in a preceeding clause to the contrary notwithstanding) to my sons who shall be at that time alive, and to the issue of such as shall be dead, they taking among them their parents share I reserve however a right to my daughter Mary HOWELL to give by will or otherwise a small legacy or token of remembrance to either or all of her sisters then alive not to exceed one hundred dollars each. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the two plantations or tracts of land which I derived by purchase from James TAYLOR and Jesse P. TAYLOR, bounded by the Congaree River and by the lands of Wade HAMPTON Jr., Thomas HEATH and John THREEWITS be conveyed by the said Trustees in fee simple to my sons William HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL, and that possession thereof be delivered to them when the first shall have attained twenty one years of age and it is my will and desire that if the said plantations or tracts of land shall be of greater value than one half of the whol (sic) real estate I shall be possessed of at my death, that my said sons shall pay in one two three and four equal annual instalments (sic) which shall be at interest as they respectively become due the difference in value to my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Grace HOWELL, Harriett (sic) and Lucy HOWELL, and if the said plantation shall be of less value than one half of the said real estate, that the difference shall be made up in like manner to my said sons by their said sisters. And it is further my will and desire that if another (Page 5) son shall at any time hereafter be born unto me, my said Trustees shall convey in fee simple to such son and to my sons Wm. HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL before mentioned - the said tracts of land which I derived from James TAYLOR and Jess P. TAYLOR and also as much more of my real estate as will make their joint share equal to five ninths of my said real estate in value-- And as to the remainder of my real estate, - it is my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the said Trustees shall permit my daughters now born or hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted.) to take and receive among them in equal shares the rents and profits thereof during their lives; and immediately after the death of any one of my said daughters, leaving issue alive at the time of her death it is my will and desire that the said Trustees convey to such issue, in fee simple, share and share alike such portion or share of the said remainder, of any real estate an their mother would have been entitled to, and the said remainder of my real estate been directed to be equally divided among my daughters aforesaid; and it is my desire that they be put in possession thereof as they respectively attain twenty one years of age or marry. But if any one of my daughters (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that share of the daughter dying without issue shall sink into the said remainder of my real estate above bequeathed to my daughters and be subject to the provisions herein made in relation to the same. But if so many of my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths as will make the shares of the survivors in my real estate respectively greater than the respective shares above allotted to my sons in that event it is my will and desire that the share of a daughter dying without leaving issue alive at the time afer death shall be divided equally among my then surviving sons and daughters (Mrs.(Page 6) M. S. MEANS excepted) and the issue of any that shall have died leaving issue they taking among them their parents share - And if it so happens that all my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths, it is my will and desire that the portion of the real estate intended by the will for my said daughters shall be conveyed in fee simple to my said Trustees to my sons then surviving, and the issue, of any that shall have died, such issues taking among them a parents share But upon the death of my daughter Mary HOWELL without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, I devise and bequeath the interest in the remainder of my real estate above secured to her by my sons then living, and to the issue of anyone that may then be dead, such issue taking among themselves to be divided equally, share and share alike their parents parts. And it is further my will and desire that in case of the death of any one of my children aforesaid before they arrive at the age of twenty-one years or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death that the share or interest of such child or children Shall be divided and apportioned among my surviving children (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) as in herein before directed. And it is my will and desire that if all my sons , or all my daughters (excepting Mrs. M. S. MEANS) should happen to die without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death, that my surviving sons or my surviving daughters as the case may be (Mrs. M. S. MEANS excepted) shall be entitled to, and receive the whole of my estate real and personal, and my Trustees shall convey to them in the same upon the same terms, and in the same manner, and with the like limitations and restrictions as are hereinbefore directed concerning the shares or interests of my sons or daughters in the same. I give and bequeath to (Page 7) my daughter Martha Sarah MEANS the sum of ten Dollars---This bequest is made and is intended to be in lieu and bar of all claims she may have against my estate and in lieu of all her rights and interests in my estate as one of my children and heir at law. And to avoid as much as possible any recourse to law concerning the partition or division of my said estate, I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said Wade HAMPTON the younger and Benjamin TAYLOR, or the survivors of them, and the executors of such survivor, and if there be no Executors, or they shall die then the heir of such survivor, being of the age of twenty one years to make all divisions or appraisements of my said estate, or any part thereof in all cases in which divisions or appraisements may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Will. And it is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that every interest benefit and advantage hereby devised and bequeathed or reserved to and for the use of my daughters or any of them, shall in case they or either of them intermarry with a Foreigner, or who is not a native born citizen of the United States of America or of the Territories thereof sink into the residue of my estate, and be divided and distributed in the same manner as if such daughter or daughters had died under the age of twenty-one years, or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death; such forfeiture being confined to the daughter or daughter who shall marry as aforesaid. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct from time to time as money may come into the hands of my executors from the sales of my estate hereby directed to be made or from the sale of any crop or crops at the period of my decrease or from outstanding debts or otherwise however, after providing for the payment of my just debts and defraying the necessary expenses of the maintenance and education of (Page 8) my children, which I wish to be liberal and extensive, that the same be laid out and invested in Bank Stock or other good public securities of the United States of America of of (sic) this State as will be most beneficial for my said children, my daughter Mrs. M. S. Means however not being intended to be embraced in this provision. It is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that the provision made for my said wife by this will shall be and be taken in lieu and bar off all claim and dower to any part of my estate. And it is further my will and desire that my daughter Mary shall have and receive the following negros to wit: Yellow John, Mary, his wife; Frederick, Jane, Eliza, Napery and their future issue and increase of the females upon the same terms and conditions and with the like limitations as are prescribed in the clauses of this will where provision is made for her out of my personal estate. I desire wherever the word issue occurs in this will it shall be understood to mean legitimate issue. And I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my friends Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benjamin F. TAYLOR Executors of this my last Will and testament, and Guardians of my children with as full power to act for them, as if they had been appointed such Guardians under the authority of any Court of this State. And I hereby revoke all Wills by me heretofore made, and declare this to be my last Will and testament written upon three sheets of paper upon each of which my name is sihned (sic) in my proper hand In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. J. M. HOWELL (L. S.)
signed, sealed, published and declared, by the Testator Jesse M. HOWELL, to be his last Will and testament, in our presence who in his presence and at his request have hereunto subscribed our names (Page 9) as witnesses: the following alterations having been made by the Testator before signing the same to wit: the words then living" in the 38th line of 1st page erased an an interlineatin made between that and the 39th line - and on the second page - terlineations (sic) between the 22nd and 23rd line: between the 24th and 25th: the 37th and 38 and 39th; and the 43d and 44th: - the whole 39 line having been erased and part of the 38 and 40th. W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Samuel I. BYERS, Alester GARDEN.
State of South Carolina Richland District - Before me personally appeared Wm. F. DeSAUSSURE Esq, who being duly sworn did make oath that he saw Jesse M. HOWELL sign and publish and declare this written instrument of writing, to be his last Will and Testament, that he was then of sound and disposing memory, according to the best of this Deponents knowledge and belief, and that he with Samuel BYERS and Alester GARDEN at the request of the Testator in his presence and in the presence of each other witnessed the due execution thereof. Sworn to before me 27 Feb 1735 (sic, no doubt 1835. RLD) James S. GUIGNARD Ordinary Recorded in Will Book L Page #32 Box 23 - Package 571


General Notes: Wife - Martha HOWELL

Martha HOWELL, born cir 1789, was the daughter of John and Mary HOWELL. She was named for her deceased sister, Martha, born in 1779, died in 1789. Her mother's maiden name is not known.
Martha married Jesse Malachi HOWELL before 1819 when their first child was born. Martha was Jesse's second wife and his first cousin, once removed. Thomas and Grace HOWELL of Craven County were their common ancestors.
Saluda Reese, whose research is referenced by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County", typed this cover page for Jesse M. HOWELL's Will: "Will Of Jesse Malachi Howell//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha Taylor, died 1812//Daughter of James Taylor//2nd Wife Martha (nee Howell) Howell//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)"Her dates of birth and death correspond to the age at death of Jesse's widow in 1851. Also indicating that Martha, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) married Jesse M. HOWELL. (Note: Green wrote that Jesse's second wife was Martha, niece of Martha TAYLOR.)
Elizabeth Pitts posted at GenForum this referenced information showing John HOWELL (Jr.)'s sister, Martha, as wife of Jesse M. HOWELL: "Mrs. Margaret BLAKE Sister of John James HAIG Richland Eq. Roll 69 Margaret's Children: Martha m. William Washington -Margaret m. Rev. Dr. BOWEN - Edward BLAKE - John Haig BLAKE with note see Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827 Then, on page 239 Nathaniel BOWEL m. Margaret BLAKE, dau of Margaret BLAKE, Sr., Richland Eq Bills 137, 1817." (Elizabeth Pitts </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).
Grace HOWELL, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) and sister of Martha, in her will of 1835 named her sisters, Elizabeth REESE, Mary REESE and Sarah REESE, by their married surnames, and Martha HOWELL, also providing that Martha's maiden and married surname were the same.
Some say Jesse Malachi HOWELL was married second to Martha, "a niece of Martha TAYLOR", before 1819 when their first child was born, however, no niece of Martha TAYLOR who fits the given age of Jesse M.'s widow, born circa 1789, has been proven. "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife." (unattributed) The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. The names of her children living with her proves her identity. James and Sarah TAYLOR had seven children, of whom two, Mary D., born about 1773 and Jesse, b. 1774, might have had a daughter Martha circa 1789, but no family has yet been found for either. James TAYLOR, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow, aged 62 in 1850. The age difference is reinforced by the newspaper extract which indicates Martha died in Columbia in Oct 1851 at the age of 61, born then about 1790.
SPECULATION: Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Lastly, the descendant chart for "John (Thomas) HOWELL", died before 3 Aug 1760, from Carol Busto of Virginia indicates that Martha HOWELL was the second wife and widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL of Richland District, SC. The source for this chart was the work of Saluda Reese. Also in it, John HOWELL, Sr., father of Martha born about 1789, was at his death married to Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married John HOWELL, (not proven), and was mother of Martha, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi, making both positions above true. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. Again, any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated. RLD)
Jesse died in 1835, leaving Martha HOWELL a very wealthy widow. She is named as head of household in the 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District, her age given as 62, indicating her birth about 1788, with real estate owned valued at $20,000.
[NOTE: Quote: "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife. (Betty V. Howell)" This appears to be in error. The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. Her children, living with her, proves her to be widow of Jesse Malachi. This makes her too old to be the niece of Patience TAYLOR, Jesse's first wife, but does indicate that this Martha TAYLOR was the sister of Patience, and daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., and Sarah DANIELL. James and Sarah had two sons, Jesse, b. 1774, and James, Jr., b. 1777. No family has been found for Jesse; James, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi. The age difference is reinforced by the following newspaper extract which indicates Martha was born about 1790. RLD]
Marriage and Death Notices from Columbia, South Carolina Newspapers, 1838-1860 Palmetto-State Banner, Issue of October 7, 1851, page 291, Marriages & Deaths, Columbia, SC Newspapers, 1838-1860, p. 292: "The grave has just closed over the mortal remains of Mrs. Martha Howell, relict of the late Jesse M. Howell, of this District. She expired at her residence, near Columbia, on the 26th ult., in the 61st year of her age.…"
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00260 item: 00 Date: 1851 C. Description: HOWELL, Martha of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 145; Estate Packet: Box 46, Pkg 1128) (2 FRAMES). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Martha/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi [Note: Son. RLD]/Ridgeway (plantation)/Bob (slave)/Emanuel (slave)/Ned (slave)/Candis (slave)/Mary (slave)/Wade (slave)/June (slave)/HOWELL, Jesse [Note: Daughter. RLD] /WALLACE, John/ADAMS, Ann E./MOORE, John A./HOWELL, Grace/FISHER, John Locations: Richland District. Edwin L. Green in his "History of Richland County", p. 328, reflects the above, showing "Sons: Jesse M. ...and William. Dau.: Jesse and Grace."
PROBATE: Will Bk. "L" Pg. 145 Sept. 15, 1851. She lists only two children. Son: Jesse M.-given place called "Ridgeway", 18 ac. on Camden Road adjoining her place. Sold in 1874 to Col. John HASKILL. Daughter: Grace HOWELL. Wit: Jno. WALLACE, Ann E. ADAMS, John A. MOORE. Ex: Dr. John FISHER. (Betty V. Howell)


Notes: Marriage

Based on date of Patience's death.
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Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS and Jessie L. HOWELL




Husband Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS

         Born: 10 June 1856
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 August 1918
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
     Marriage: 



Wife Jessie L. HOWELL 794

         Born: 4 November 1859 - Richland County, South Carolina 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 April 1934 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


       Father: 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA (1825-1903) 793,794
       Mother: Sarah Sophia --?-- (1828-1882) 794




Children
1 F Jessie HUGGINS

         Born: 12 December 1896
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 July 1906
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina




General Notes: Husband - Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS

Find A Grave Memorial# 73498842


General Notes: Wife - Jessie L. HOWELL

Jessie Howell Huggins, 4 November 1859 in Richland County, South Carolina, died 25 April 1934 in Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina at age 74. She was the widow of Rev. J. D. Huggins, and a daughter of Joseph R. Howell and Sophia Whitehead. Jessie's father was born in Richland County, South Carolina; her mother in Clarendon County, South Carolina. Informant was J. K. Breeden of Manning, South Carolina. Interment in Crooked Run cemetery on 26 April 1934. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N96B-YYN : accessed 20 Apr 2014), Jessie Howell Huggins, 25 Apr 1934; citing Manning, Clarendon, South Carolina, fn 5399, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1943802.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 73498883

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John HOWELL and Patience TAYLOR




Husband John HOWELL 4053

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



Wife Patience TAYLOR

         Born: 4 October 1781 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 April 1811
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC (Cir 1745-1806) 1233,1441,3293
       Mother: Sarah DANIELL (1756-1793) 896,3293




Children

General Notes: Wife - Patience TAYLOR

Patience TAYLOR was the daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL. Patience is listed as being born on 4 Oct 1781 or 18 Jan 1784 and died 12 Apr 1811. She is tentatively assigned as the wife of John HOWELL. John HOWELL, Jr. was born 1784 in Craven County and died 1825 in Richland District. A family has not been found for him. An abstract of his citation in Will Book H, p. 367, does not name a wife or children, providing only "Son of Mary HOWELL, bro. of Grace HOWELL. Planted Cabin Branch Plantation with them. Furniture at Mill Creek."
Patience's sister, Martha TAYLOR, is tentatively assigned as the first wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION exists not only on Patience's birth date but also on who was her husband. 18 Jan 1784 is also the date given for the birth of her sister, Martha. Details about these sisters are being shared between them. Both Patience and Martha TAYLOR are said to have been the first wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, married circa 1805. Henry L. Hall's THE TAYLOR FAMILY OF RICHLAND COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AN IMPORTANT PIONEER FAMILY IN THE HISTORY OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA: "(35) 6. Patience TAYLOR (18 January 1784-12 April 1811) married John Howell."; however, an Ancestry.com file provides "Patience TAYLOR Born Marriage 1 Spouse Jesse Malachi HOWELL Married [no date]." Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County" writes: "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." Other sources say Martha TAYLOR (died 1812) married Jesse Malachi HOWELL (died 1835).
Regardless which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother apparently died giving birth to her.
(QUESTION: Are two Patience HOWELLs, each married to a John HOWELL in different time frames, being confused here as well? Carol Busto provided a Descendant Chart on the HOWELL family showing a Patience TAYLOR who married John HOWELL, d. 1777, son of Arthur and Sarah HOWELL. This would NOT be Patience, the daughter of James and Sarah Daniell TAYLOR, who was born after 1780. RLD)
Any assistance on confirming these marriages would be greatly appreciated.

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John R. HOWELL, Sr. and Sarah Howell REESE




Husband John R. HOWELL, Sr. 793

         Born: 4 September 1798
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 March 1829
       Buried:  - Cabin Branch Cemetery
     Marriage: 3 February 1824 793



Wife Sarah Howell REESE 793,794

         Born: 24 March 1798 - Richland District, South Carolina 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 1868
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


       Father: Joseph REESE, Jr. (1764-1805) 1431
       Mother: Sarah HOWELL (1774-1845) 793




Children
1 M 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA 793,794

         Born: 29 July 1825 - Richland County, South Carolina 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 December 1903 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery
       Spouse: Sarah Sophia --?-- 794
         Marr: Abt 1846


2 M John R. HOWELL, Jr. 793,794

         Born: 28 July 1826 - Richland County, South Carolina 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Emma G. --?-- 794



General Notes: Wife - Sarah Howell REESE

Is this Sarah HOWELL, the widow of John R. HOWELL, mentioned by Grace HOWELL, d. 1835-6, as her niece?
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Henry TYSON and Margaret HOWELL




Husband Henry TYSON 1052

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: TYSON (      -      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 



Wife Margaret HOWELL 1052

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 July 1836 1051
       Buried: 


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




Children
1 F Margaret Howell TYSON 1051

         Born: Bef June 1827
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Henry TYSON

From Carol Busto.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret HOWELL

Margaret is named as wife of TYSON in the 1816 Will of her mother Margaret HOWELL. She is "deceased and left daughter Margaret H. TYSON" in the 1836 Inventory of her brother, Arthur HOWELL.
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Colonel William Burney MEANS and Martha Sarah HOWELL




Husband Colonel William Burney MEANS

         Born: 5 November 1807 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 September 1857 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Episcopal Church Cemetery, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Thomas MEANS (1767-1828)
       Mother: Sarah MILLING (1773-1816)


     Marriage: 24 May 1831 - Fairfield County, South Carolina



Wife Martha Sarah HOWELL 75

         Born: 12 April 1811 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 April 1873 - Roseneath Plantation, Gloster, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 


       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 937
       Mother: Martha TAYLOR (1784-Cir 1811)




Children
1 F Martha Sarah MEANS

         Born: 17 August 1832 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 September 1832 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Means Cemetery



2 M William Burney MEANS, Jr.

         Born: 29 August 1833 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M James Taylor MEANS 75

         Born: 22 June 1835 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 December 1908 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ida August HOGAN 75
         Marr: 20 March 1860 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


4 M Thomas Taylor MEANS

         Born: 26 October 1838 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 August 1839
       Buried: 



5 M Sgt Julius Howell MEANS, CSA 75

         Born: 29 January 1840 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 July 1862 - Richmond, Virginia
       Buried: 



6 M Isaac MEANS

         Born: 16 June 1841 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 August 1841
       Buried: 



7 F Mary Taylor MEANS 75,4144

         Born: 18 May 1845 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 4144
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 March 1904 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Gragg MARSHALL 4144
         Marr: 30 July 1872 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


8 F Maria Marshall MEANS

         Born: 21 December 1846 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Colonel William Burney MEANS

william Burney Means was born on Buckhead Plantation, Fairfield County, South Carolina. He married Martha Sarah Howell.

William Burney MEANS moved his family from South Carolina to Louisiana some time before 1850 because of the introduction of Johnson grass as told in the quote below.
Gov. John H. MEANS of South Carolina had obtained some "guinea grass" seed from Turkey as early as 1835, which he planted on his plantation, where it became known as Means grass. Gov. MEANS likely was not involved with introducing Johnson grass. His brother, William Burney MEANS, knew and appreciated the species' weedy aspects. Probably because of a major Johnson grass infestation, William Means sold his farm, moved from South Carolina to Louisiana, and encouraged his brother to do likewise. The future governor was tempted, but "the big grass has inspired such a terror that no one will even look at (my place)."

The 1850 slave schedule for DeSoto Parish, Louisiana list Colonel W. B. Means with 80 slaves. ["United States Census (Slave Schedule), 1850 ," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MVZ6-S7B : accessed 20 May 2014), W B Means, De Soto parish, De Soto, Louisiana, United States; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, line number 44, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 443486.]

William is buried in the Episcopal Church Cemetery, Gloster, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. Find A Grave Memorial# 93015501 lists his birth on Nov. 5, 1807 in South Carolina, and his death on Sep. 4, 1857 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. The memorial links to that for his daughter, Mary Means Marshall (1845 - 1904).


General Notes: Wife - Martha Sarah HOWELL

Martha Sarah Taylor HOWELL was born on 12 April 1811, daughter of Jesse Malachi and Martha Taylor HOWELL. Martha died giving birth to Martha Sarah.

Martha Sarah Taylor HOWELL married William Burney MEANS. They removed from South Carolina to Desoto Parish, Louisiana where they lived on Roseneath Plantation. It was listed on the LOUISIANA NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES on Jan. 13, 1989.
Martha Sarah Howell MEANS was specifically excluded from the will of her father, Jesse Malichi HOWELL.

1860 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Desoto Parish, Mansfield P O, 9 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 410 Page: 867: 301 320 Martha S. MEANS 49 F W Farming 39,600 109,000 SC; Julian H. " 20 M W No Occ SC; Mary T. " 15 F W SC; (next door) 321 Jas T. MEANS 24 M W Farmer SC; Ida A. " 15 F W AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, DeSoto Parish, Wd-2, Keachie P O, 28 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 511 Page: 449: 163 163 MEANS M. S. 59 F W Keeping house SC; -- M. T. 25 3200 3000 SC. 75


Notes: Marriage

HOWELL Gedcom from John R. Clarke.
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Nathan LYON and Martha V. HOWELL




Husband Nathan LYON 707

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: LYON (      -      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: Bef 1868



Wife Martha V. HOWELL 384,707

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia 384
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Clark HOWELL (1811-1882) 385
       Mother: Effiah Jane PARK (Abt 1818-1850) 385




Children
1 F Mary V. LYON 707

         Born: Abt 1868 - Georgia 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Catherine H. LYON 707

         Born: Abt 1870 - Georgia 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Earley E. LYON 707

         Born: Abt 1872 - Georgia 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Albert H. LYON 707

         Born: Abt 1876 - Georgia 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Anna Lu LYON 707

         Born: Abt 1878 - Georgia 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M William R. LYON 707

         Born: November 1879 - Fulton County, Georgia 707
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Nathan LYON

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Howell's Mill, Casey's Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page 47: 299 326 LYON Nathan W M 40 M Farmer AL AL SC; -- Martha V. W F 32 Wife M Keeping house GA NC GA; -- Mary V. W F 12 Daughter S At school GA AL GA; -- Kate H. W F 10 Dau S At school GA AL GA; -- Earley E. W M 8 Son S GA AL GA; -- Anna Lu W F 2 Dau S GA AL GA; -- William R. W M 6/12 Nov Son S GA AL GA; -- Albert H. W M 4 Son S GA AL GA; -- Anna D. W F 25 Sister S At home AL AL AL; and four household servants.
Next door are Martha's parents, Clark and Mary HOWELL, living in the home of her sister, Catherine WOODARD.
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John Altum REESE and Mary HOWELL




Husband John Altum REESE 1432

         Born: 18 April 1779 - South Carolina 1432
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 March 1844 1432
       Buried: 


       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1435
       Mother: Sarah --?-- (      -Bef 1845) 1281


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary HOWELL 793

         Born: 27 December 1776
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1844
       Buried: 


       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 793
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1757-      ) 793,1430




Children
1 M Joseph Ephraim REESE 793,3222

         Born: Cir 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 May 1876 793
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary MARSHALL 793
       Spouse: Mary Martha REESE
         Marr: Bef 1836 793


2 M Arthur H. REESE 3222

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Mary Howell REESE 3222

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Martha S. REESE 3222

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Grace E. REESE 3222

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John R. BROWN 3222
         Marr: Bef 13 December 1843



General Notes: Husband - John Altum REESE

Will abstract, Green's "History of Richland County", p. 320: Will Book L: "Page 41. John A. REESE. December 13, 1843-March 11, 1844. Wit.: Jno. MARSHALL, T. R. HOWELL, Howell EDMUNDS. Ex.: John R. BROWN (son-in-law), A. P. VINSON. Wife: Mary. Sons: Joseph E. REESE (who had daughter Emma G.), Arthur H. Dau.: Mary Howell, Martha S., Gracey E., m. BROWN."
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Robert WESTON, Jr. and Mary HOWELL




Husband Robert WESTON, Jr. 1440

         Born: Cir 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Robert WESTON (      -      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary HOWELL 793

         Born: Abt 1760 1439
   Christened: 
         Died: After 3 August 1850 1439
       Buried: 


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




Children
1 F Eliza WESTON 1046

         Born: Cir 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Russell SPANN 1046


2 F Maria WESTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Timothy LEE 1046
       Spouse: WHITE (living)


3 F Sarah WESTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James PATTERSON, RS-SC (living)



General Notes: Husband - Robert WESTON, Jr.

Under Richland County Will Book H: "Page 503. Robert WESTON, Jr. Will, June 30, 1831-December 29, 1833. Wit.: D. J. McCORD, J. W. CLARK, J. M. ROACH. Ex.: Wife, Mary. Daughters: Eliza, m. Russell SPANN (children: Mary R. H. and Robert WESTON); Maria, m. 1st Timothy LEE, 2nd WHITE; Sarah, m. James PATTERSON. (Green's "History of Richland County", p. 299)

Last Will & Testament typescript at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/ViewImage.aspx?imageNumber=S108093002200340000a.jpg&recordId=298540.


General Notes: Wife - Mary HOWELL

Mary HOWELL married Robert WESTON, Jr.
In the 1850 census of Richland County, South Carolina, 3 Aug 1850, Mary WESTON, 90, lives by herself and owns $7,000 in real property. (Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 51)

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Samuel OLIVER and Mary Ann HOWELL




Husband Samuel OLIVER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 27 March 1842 - Richland District, South Carolina 4180
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1816



Wife Mary Ann HOWELL 1050,1052

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 April 1833 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 


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




Children
1 M Matthew H. OLIVER 1050

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 July 1836 - Richland District, South Carolina 1051
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jane A. --?-- (living)


2 M Samuel W. OLIVER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Samuel OLIVER

Richland County Will Book K, abstract: ""No. 556. Samuel OLIVER. Citation, March 27, 1842, M. R. HOWELL, adm." "M. R." is Matthew R. HOWELL, brother of Mary Ann, Samuel's wife who died in 1833.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann HOWELL

"Polly" is named as the wife of (Samuel) OLIVER in the 1816 Will of her mother Margaret HOWELL.
Under Will Book H; "Page 475. Mary Ann OLIVER. Will, March 12, 1833-April 1, 1833. Wit.: John J. CHAPPELL, Arthur HOWELL, Maria S. HAY. Ex.: Matthew H. OLIVER and Matthew R. HOWELL (brother). Sons: Matthew H. OLIVER, Samuel W. OLIVER." ("History of Richland County", p. 298.)

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Matthew RAIFORD, RS-SC and Patience HOWELL




Husband Matthew RAIFORD, RS-SC 1281

         Born: Abt 1739 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1790 - Fairfield, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Lt. Philip RAIFORD III (Abt 1710-1760) 4643
       Mother: Judith WESTON (      -      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Patience HOWELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Matthew RAIFORD II (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Matthew RAIFORD, RS-SC

"RAIFORD, Matthew son of Philip, dec'd. Legatees of Thomas ROUTLEDGE. Will 9 Oct 1761. William RAIFORD, Exor. Fairfield Wills."
History of Richland County, South Carolina by GREEN, pg. 86: Matthew RAIFORD was a private in the War of 1776 in Thomas Woodward's Company. His brother William RAIFORD was also in this same company.

SC Archives: Series: S213212 Volume: 0001 Page: 00118 Item: 030 Date: 4/25/1786
Description: REVES, Green, Plat for 650 Acres on Cedar Creek, Camden District, Surveyed by John BELTON. Names indexed: BELTON, John; BILL, Samuel; BOND, Thomas; GOODWY, Francis; HOWELL, Micah; JEFFERY, Thomas; RAIFORD, Mathew; REVES, Green; WESTON; WILLIAMS. Locations: CAmden District; Cedar Creek.
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Joseph REESE, Jr. and Sarah HOWELL




Husband Joseph REESE, Jr. 1431

         Born: 17 June 1764 - Richland County, South Carolina 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 January 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina 1826
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1435
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1431


     Marriage: 18 October 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina 793,1432



Wife Sarah HOWELL 793

         Born: 8 October 1774 - Richland County, South Carolina 793
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 May 1845 793
       Buried: 


       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 793
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1757-      ) 793,1430




Children
1 M Joseph Daniel REESE 793

         Born: 1796 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: October 1827
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Susannah KESTER 793
         Marr: 2 December 1817 793


2 F Sarah Howell REESE 793,794

         Born: 24 March 1798 - Richland District, South Carolina 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 1868
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: John R. HOWELL, Sr. 793
         Marr: 3 February 1824 793


3 M Jesse REESE 793

         Born: 6 December 1800 - Richland District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 October 1885 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Beulah Baptist Church, Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Gabriella Augusta YOUNG 793
         Marr: 10 November 1859 793


4 F Ann Elizabeth REESE 793,795

         Born: 1802 - Richland District, South Carolina 795
   Christened: 
         Died: August 1870 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: W. C. KOESTER 793
       Spouse: Robert ADAMS 795,836
         Marr: Bef 1840
       Spouse: Charles Robert HOWELL 793
         Marr: Bef 1831


5 F Mary Martha REESE

          AKA: Polly HOWELL 793
         Born: 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 29 August 1883 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Joseph Ephraim REESE 793,3222
         Marr: Bef 1836 793



General Notes: Husband - Joseph REESE, Jr.

Had five children.

"Joseph Reese Died 28 Jan. 1805 Age 40" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah HOWELL

"Sarah Reese Died 23 May. 1845 Age 71" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)
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Joseph SMITH and Sarah HOWELL




Husband Joseph SMITH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1765
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


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



 Other Spouse: Joseph B. WHITE 1440


Children

General Notes: Wife - Sarah HOWELL

1833. Heirs of Christian Feltmetz: John Smith, Margaret Smith, Martha Smith (later Rawlinson), Sarah Smith (later Williams).
Equity Roll 127 & 1/2, Richland Co.: Henry McKinzie and Mariah his wife vs. Thomas Baldrick, Joseph White and Sarah his wife, Robert Weston, William R. Howell. Mariah McKinzie only child of Joseph Smith dec. of Orangeburg. Joseph Smith's widow Sarah md. Joseph White.
Congaree Baptist Church, Richland Co.: Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Jane E. Smith consort of M.J.McD. Smith who d. 14 Aug. 1846.

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Joseph B. WHITE and Sarah HOWELL




Husband Joseph B. WHITE 1440

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1765
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


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



 Other Spouse: Joseph SMITH


Children
1 F Mariah WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry McKINZIE (living)



General Notes: Wife - Sarah HOWELL

1833. Heirs of Christian Feltmetz: John Smith, Margaret Smith, Martha Smith (later Rawlinson), Sarah Smith (later Williams).
Equity Roll 127 & 1/2, Richland Co.: Henry McKinzie and Mariah his wife vs. Thomas Baldrick, Joseph White and Sarah his wife, Robert Weston, William R. Howell. Mariah McKinzie only child of Joseph Smith dec. of Orangeburg. Joseph Smith's widow Sarah md. Joseph White.
Congaree Baptist Church, Richland Co.: Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Jane E. Smith consort of M.J.McD. Smith who d. 14 Aug. 1846.

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James Dozier ZIMMERMAN and Sarah Taylor HOWELL




Husband James Dozier ZIMMERMAN 793

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Wife Sarah Taylor HOWELL 793,935

         Born: Between 1795 and 1797 - South Carolina 935,4644
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         Died: After 1860
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       Father: William HOWELL (Cir 1742-Bef 1799) 793,932
       Mother: Mary STANLEY (Abt 1779-1859) 934,935



 Other Spouse: John W. WALTER


Children
1 F Mary Eliza ZIMMERMAN 4393

         Born: Abt 1815
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Thomas B. POINDEXTER 2725
         Marr: Bef 1835


2 F Harriet Louisa ZIMMERMAN

         Born: 1817
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 December 1841
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William Byrd STANLEY 934,4553
         Marr: 26 February 1836



General Notes: Wife - Sarah Taylor HOWELL

Sarah Taylor HOWELL, daughter of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY, was named for her mother's sister, Sarah Taylor STANLEY. Sarah married twice, first to James Dozier ZIMMERMAN, then John W. WALTER. (Marian Stanley, amstucker@aol.com, email, 6.08.2005) In the 1850 census, she is age 53, in 1860, age 65.

Sarah T. WALTER was named as a daughter in the May 3, 1858 Will of her mother Mary HILLEGAS.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol Bustos Cox of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
Children of WILLIAM HOWELL and MARY STANLEY are: i. SARAH4 HOWELL; ii. MARY HOWELL, m. THOMAS LADSON HARTLEY; iii. GRACE HOWELL.
Generation No. 3
4. SARAH4 HOWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN THOMAS2, FIRST HUSBAND1) She married (1) JAMES DOZIER ZIMMERMAN. She married (2) JOHN W. WALTER. Child of SARAH HOWELL and JAMES ZIMMERMAN is: i. MARY5 ZIMMERMAN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 16: 294 302 William B. STANLEY 50 M Merchant 8,000 25,000 SC; Sarah T. WALTER 65 F 7500 SC; Malvina POINDEATER [sic] 26 F VA.
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John W. WALTER and Sarah Taylor HOWELL




Husband John W. WALTER

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Wife Sarah Taylor HOWELL 793,935

         Born: Between 1795 and 1797 - South Carolina 935,4644
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         Died: After 1860
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       Father: William HOWELL (Cir 1742-Bef 1799) 793,932
       Mother: Mary STANLEY (Abt 1779-1859) 934,935



 Other Spouse: James Dozier ZIMMERMAN 793


Children

General Notes: Wife - Sarah Taylor HOWELL

Sarah Taylor HOWELL, daughter of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY, was named for her mother's sister, Sarah Taylor STANLEY. Sarah married twice, first to James Dozier ZIMMERMAN, then John W. WALTER. (Marian Stanley, amstucker@aol.com, email, 6.08.2005) In the 1850 census, she is age 53, in 1860, age 65.

Sarah T. WALTER was named as a daughter in the May 3, 1858 Will of her mother Mary HILLEGAS.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol Bustos Cox of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
Children of WILLIAM HOWELL and MARY STANLEY are: i. SARAH4 HOWELL; ii. MARY HOWELL, m. THOMAS LADSON HARTLEY; iii. GRACE HOWELL.
Generation No. 3
4. SARAH4 HOWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN THOMAS2, FIRST HUSBAND1) She married (1) JAMES DOZIER ZIMMERMAN. She married (2) JOHN W. WALTER. Child of SARAH HOWELL and JAMES ZIMMERMAN is: i. MARY5 ZIMMERMAN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 16: 294 302 William B. STANLEY 50 M Merchant 8,000 25,000 SC; Sarah T. WALTER 65 F 7500 SC; Malvina POINDEATER [sic] 26 F VA.
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Thomas HOWELL




Husband Thomas HOWELL 1425

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1 F Elizabeth HOWELL 1707

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         Died: 11 June 1762 - Virginia 1707
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James CHAPPELL I 619



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Unknown HOWELL




Husband Unknown HOWELL

         Born: Cir 1700
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Children
1 M Thomas HOWELL

          AKA: John Thomas HOWELL 928
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         Died: Bef 9 August 1760 - Craven County, South Carolina 929
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Grace --?-- 930
         Marr: Bef 1753


2 M Arthur HOWELL

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 9 March 1753 - Craven County, South Carolina 1281
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah --?-- 1281


3 M William HOWELL 1338

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         Died: 4 February 1757 - Craven County, South Carolina 1338
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha --?-- 1338



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Joseph B. STAUNTON and Unknown HOWELL




Husband Joseph B. STAUNTON 1219

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Wife Unknown HOWELL 1219

         Born: Cir 1767
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       Father: Capt. William HOWELL, RS-SC (      -Bef 1784) 1218
       Mother: Lucy --?-- (      -Bef 1822) 1219




Children
1 F Lucy STAUNTON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Joseph B. STAUNTON

Joseph B. STAUNTON is named as the father of Lucy STAUNTON in the 20 November 1821 Will of her grandmother Lucy HOWELL. Joseph's wife, Lucy's mother, is not known, hence the Unknown HOWELL. William and Lucy HOWELL have one known daughter, named as Grace Baker in Lucy HOWELL's Will.


General Notes: Wife - Unknown HOWELL

Joseph B. STAUNTON's wife, Lucy's mother, is not known, hence the Unknown HOWELL. William and Lucy HOWELL, Lucy STAUNTON's grandparents have one known daughter, named as Grace Baker in Lucy HOWELL's Will.

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William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY




Husband William HOWELL 793,932

         Born: Cir 1742
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         Died: Bef 6 April 1799 - Richland County, South Carolina 933
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       Father: Thomas HOWELL (      -Bef 1760)
       Mother: Grace --?-- (      -      ) 930


     Marriage: Bef 1795



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: Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK 934,1406 - After February 1800 - Richland County, South Carolina 934

 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 Sarah Taylor HOWELL 793,935

         Born: Between 1795 and 1797 - South Carolina 935,4644
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1860
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Dozier ZIMMERMAN 793
       Spouse: John W. WALTER


2 F Mary HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1797
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       Spouse: Thomas Ladson HARTLEY (living)



General Notes: Husband - William HOWELL

William HOWELL is named in the 1760 will of his father Thomas HOWELL: "To his son, William, he left a plantation on the Lake." ("History of Richland County", Green, p. 212.)

William married Mary "Polly" STANLEY, daughter of Capt. Samuel STANLEY.

An abstract of administration for the estate of William HOWELL is contained in the "History of Richland County", tersely provides from Will Book "C" ..."Page 244. William HOWELL. Polly (Mary) HOWELL, James GOODWYN, Thos. HEATH, adm., July 5, 1799. On page 246, Matthew HOWELL is adm., April 6, 1799."

Richland County Will Book E: "No. 377. Wm. HOWELL. John HOWELL, Jr., guardian of Sarah and Mary HOWELL, who went to school to Mrs. BRANTHWAIT." Undated but about 1814. ("History of Richland County", Green, p. 262.)
On the next line, undated and unpaged, seemingly not connected: "Wm. HOWELL, Jr., deceased by May 23, 1814" William HOWELL's widow, Mary STANLEY, mother of Sarah and Mary, remarried to Dr, Robert HENDRICK about 1800.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol BUSTO COX of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
2. William3 HOWELL (John Thomas2, First Husband 1) died June 11, 1799. He married Mary STANLEY. She was born Abt. 1769, and died September 21, 1859. More About Mary STANLEY: Burial: Presbyterian Church Cemetery (Note: Mary STANLEY was Mary HILLEGAS at her death. RLD)
Children of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY are: i. Sarah4 HOWELL; ii. Mary HOWELL, m. Thomas Ladson HARTLEY; iii. Grace HOWELL. [ Grace's name has not been found in records as yet. RLD]

An extract for Richland County Will Book E provides "No. 377. Wm. HOWELL. John HOWELL, Jr., guardian of Sarah and Mary HOWELL, who went to school to Mrs. BRAINWAIT." Undated, this entry is in the May 1814 listings. A separate line under this indicates "Wm. HOWELL, Jr., deceased by May 23, 1814." ("History of Richland County", p. 262, Green) 793


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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