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210. Lucretia Bell DANIEL (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 14 Aug 1804 in Hancock County, Georgia and died in 1849 at age 45.

General Notes: Lucretia Bell DANIEL's father, John DANIEL wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

211. Mary Ellen DANIEL 150,151 (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 17 Nov 1807 in Hancock County, Georgia and died after 1850. Another name for Mary was Mary E. DANIELL.508

General Notes: Mary Ellen DANIEL, born 17 November 1807, was a daughter of John "Jack" and Martha Pearson Cook DANIEL of Hancock County, Georgia. She married Joseph T. DISMUKES in 1824 in Hancock County.

In the 1830 census, Joseph and Mary have three children under age 5, a boy and two girls.

Mary Ellen DANIEL's father, John DANIEL wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

Mary Ellen's husband, Joseph T. DISMUKES died in 1832. In the same year her children were fortunate drawers in the 1832 Georgia Land Lottery as orphans of Joseph.

Possible children of Joseph T. and Mary Ellen DISMUKES? Marriages by DISMUKES in Talbot County, Georgia (Source: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/talbot/vitals/marriages/marchron.txt)
DISMUKES, James Z. married Harwell (Nanell) DAVIS 22 Jan 1833 Murray HAND, Min pg 27
DISMUKES, Jesse H. married Mary BALDWIN 11 Feb 1845 Wm B. MARSHALL, JIC pg B66
BALDWIN, Robert married Lucretia DISMUKES 18 Nov 1845 T.F. MONTGOMERY, MG pg B278.
SMITH, William married Martha DISMUKES 5 Sep 1849 Wm B. WEBB, JP pg B329.
DISMUKES, William H. married Mary J. COATS 6 Sept 1860 E. S. KING, Esq pg C423

Mary Ellen DISMUKES to Larkin COLBERT in Talbot County, Georgia on 21 Sept 1838 - "Marriage Index : Alabama Georgia, South Carolina"." (No children from this marriage.) I have previously researched this COLBERT line and knew this Larkin COLBERT well but had not made the connection to the DANIEL line. Larkin dies in 1848 and a Mary E. (DANIEL) COLBERT appears as a widow, living with J. H. (T.?) DIZMUKE age 19 and others in 1850. I can't find her in the 1860 Ga. or Ala. Census." (Tuck Wilson)

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Talbot County, 16th District; Series: M432 Roll: 83 Page: 227:
54 54 Mary E. COLBERT 42 F W 1400 GA;
Robert BALDWIN 27 M W farmer GA;
Lucrecia [sic] 24 F W GA;
Joseph H. DIZMUKE [sic] 19 M None GA;
Julious M. BALDWIN 3 M W GA;
Sarah BALDWIN 1 F W GA;
Notes: Robert is Mary's son-in-law. Joseph H. is her son by Joseph T. DISMUKES.

Mary married Joseph T. DISMUKES,150 son of William DISMUKES and Martha DAVIS, on 28 Sep 1824 in Hancock County, Georgia.508 Joseph was born about 1800 in Hancock County, Georgia150 and died on 2 Feb 1832 in Hancock County, Georgia509 about age 32.

Marriage Notes: Mary Ellen DANIEL married Joseph T. DISMUKES in 1824 in Hancock Co., GA. Source: Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944, at ancestry.com. (Rcvd from Teresa Griffis, 4/07/2005)
DIRMICKES (DISMUKES), Joseph T. Marriage Wife: Mary E. DANIELL Marriage Date: 28 Sep 1824 Recorded in: Hancock, Georgia (Source: FHL Number 222074 Dates: 1806-1879)

General Notes: Joseph T. DISMUKES, son of William DISMUKES & Martha DAVIS, married Mary Ellen DANIEL, daughter of John "Jack" DANIEL and Martha Pearson COOK of Hancock County, Georgia, on 28 September 1824.

Mary Ellen's father died in 1827. "At the request of Joseph T. DISMUKES, in right of his wife Mary Ellen DANIEL, for his legacy or distributive share of the estate of her father, James L. DANIEL, executor of John DANIEL's will, made such a motion on January 5, 1829 to the Hancock County Court of Ordinary, which so ordered the division and distribution to Joseph and his wife Mary."

In the U.S. Census of 1830, Hancock County, Georgia (Series: M19 Roll:18 Page 152), Joseph is 20-30, his wife Mary Ellen DANIEL is 20-30, and they have three children under age 5, a boy and two girls.

Joseph was an Ensign in the Hancock County Militia. At a Regimental Court of Enquiry held At Sparta within & for the 14th Regt. Gm at the house of Henry W. RHODES Present Joseph BRYAN Jr. Col. President Major George D. LEWIS Capt. Jas. O. B. THOMAS " George BARNES Lieut. G. HAMILTON " E. BARNES " W. FOSTER " David LILLY Ensign Joseph T. DISMUKES (Source: "14th Regimental Court Of Enquiry Militia Minutes 1804-1862 Hancock County, Georgia", page 148, undated but before entry of 1831 and after entry of 1828. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/hancock/military/14th163.txt)

Joseph's obituary reads: "At his residence in Hancock County on 2nd inst., Mr. Joseph T. DISMUKES in his 32nd year of typhus fever. Wife and four small children survive. Feb. 9, 1832"

In the 1832 Cherokee County Georgia Land Lottery, 16th District 2nd Section, Cherokee, Released 05 December 2002 - "128 Joseph T. DISMUKES' or., 104th, Hancock."


Children from this marriage were:

+ 770 F    i. Martha DISMUKES 150 was born about 1825 in Georgia.

+ 771 M    ii. J. T. DISMUKES 415 was born about 1827 in Georgia150 and died after 1860.

+ 772 F    iii. Lucretia DISMUKES 150,151 was born about 1826 in Georgia510 and died about 1858 about age 32.

+ 773 M    iv. Joseph H. DISMUKES 151 was born about 1831 in Georgia.151

Mary next married Larkin COLBERT on 21 Sep 1838 in Talbot County, Georgia.151 Larkin was born about 1795 and died between 11 Oct 1848 and 8 Nov 1848 in Talbot County, Georgia. They had no children.

Marriage Notes:
Colbert, Larkin married Mary Ellen Dismukes 21 Sept 1838 Z.H. Gordon, Min pg 83 (File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Jean O'Neill MISSEYON@aol.com and Jean McCullough LJM39@aol.com Microfilm verified by Virginia Crilley crilley@eramp.net Source: LDS Microfilm#0249366(1828-1867) -http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/talbot/vitals/marriages/marchron.txt)


General Notes: [GATALBOT] Talbot Marr # 9, 9 Dec 2000, Colbert, Larkin married Mary Ellen DISMUKES 21 Sept 1838 Z.H. Gordon, Min pg 83 -"Larkin COLBERT was from Oglethorpe Co., GA, b. 1790-1800. He was first married in 1818 in Morgan Co. to Sarah D. McINTOSH, dau. of Col. David McINTOSH and Martha Mary DAWSON. Mary Ellen DISMUKES, dau. of Joseph T., was his second wife. Larkin had 4 children by his 1st wife but none by Mary Ellen. He died in Talbot Co. in 1848. Three of his children by Sarah McINTOSH will show up later in the Talbot Co. marriages: Mary Amanda Elizabeth COLBERT to Nicholas C. ALLEN, 1842. David Alexander COLBERT to Martha DISMUKES, 1843. Lucinda Parasade COLBERT to Stephen N. ALLEN, 1847. His 4th child, George Dawson COLBERT, m. Lucy ALLEN in 1855 in Madison Co. (Ann Avery Hunter, Richmond, Virginia, annh@erols.com)

Larkin COLBERT was born about 1795, according to Census data. Nicholas COLBERT of Oglethorpe County is very likely his father. He marries Sarah D. McINTOSH in Morgan County in 1818. As an aside, Sarah is the 1st cousin to William Curran DAWSON who married Martha COLBERT, daughter of John Geer COLBERT. Larkin is found in the 1820 census in Oglethorpe, age 16-26, with Sarah, age 16-26, and one female child under 10. He is in Oglethorpe County, Bridges District, in 1820 when he participated in the 1820 lottery. He purchased property on Hard Labor Creek, Morgan County, in 1820, deeded to him by his father-in-law, David McINTOSH.

He purchased land in Talbot County in 1827 from Mathew H. JONES of Morgan County; witnesses were John PORTER and H. F. GOSS. He was in Talbot County in the 1830 and 1840 census and died there in 1848. His wife Sarah died and in 1838 he remarried to Mary Ellen DISMUKES. He had no children by this union. Three of his children married three children of Henry ALLEN and Elizabeth COLBERT, probably his sister. He dies in 1848; his will is in Will Book A, page 246, in Talbot County. (Tuck Wilson, 4/12/2005)

Sheriff Sale, Talbot Co.: Lot# 122/16 dist...adj. land of L. Colbert and J. P. Hammock... property of James Thompson...in favor of David G. Ray vs James Thomson and WilliamW. McNeil.. J.C. Maund, sheriff.. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/macon/newspapers/columbusenquirer3.htm)

Abstract: Larkin COLBERT, 10/11/1848: 11/8/1848 Wife: Mary E. Son: David Alexander. Son: George Dawson. Daughters:Amanda (ALLEN?). Daughters: Elizabeth Daniel ALLEN, wife of Nicholas ALLEN. Daughters: Lucinda Parassade ALLEN, wife, of Stephen ALLEN (perhaps dau. named Amanda Elizabeth Daniel ALLEN(?), just one person. Executors: William B. MARSHALL and son David Alexander COLBERT. Witnesses: James TOOKE; H. P. SNEAD; James REED. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/fulton/georgia_research/GAWILLS.pdf)

212. Martha Cook DANIEL 152 (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 17 Mar 1809 in Hancock County, Georgia and died on 10 Sep 1827 in Clinton, Georgia152 at age 18.

General Notes: Martha Cook DANIEL was a daughter of John DANIEL and Martha Pearson COOK. She died young and unmarried. Her obituary was repeated in GJ 11-5-1827; HA 11-6-1827; MT 11-6-1827 "At Clinton on the 10th inst., Miss Martha C. DANIEL, in her 19th year, dau of John DANIEL of Hancock County, Sept. 17, 1827"

"Died, in Clinton, on the 10th inst., Miss Martha C. DANIEL, daughter of John DANIEL, of Hancock county, in the 19th year of her age. Miss DANIEL possessed every quality that constitures the lady, and was ____ _____ to her family and to society. Her untimely fate will long be regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. [Southern Recorder, Sep. 17, 1827, page 3]

213. Caroline Grace DANIEL (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 27 Dec 1810 in Hancock County, Georgia and died on 25 May 1855 at age 44.

General Notes: Caroline Grace DANIEL's father, John DANIEL wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

On November 2, 1835, on a motion, the Hancock County Court of Ordinary ordered that Arthur J. BUTTS, Henry GAREY, James W. SIMMONS, Benjamin HARPER, and William BUTTS are appointed Commissioners to lay off and set apart to Caroline DANIEL her distributive share of the estate of her father and report their proceedings to the Executor.

Caroline DANIEL married Amos PERSONS on 19 November 1838 in Warren County, Georgia. [http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/warren/vitals/marriages/marriages1800.txt]

"A Caroline Daniel m. Amos Persons 19 Nov 1838 Warren County, Georgia, across the Ogeechee River from Hancock County where Caroline was raised. The same marriage is listed elsewhere as taking place in Upson County Georgia. Looking further, Amos Jones Persons, b. 8 Mar 1803 in Warren, Georgia, married Caroline "G." Daniel, now listed on 20 Nov 1838. He died in Barbour County Alabama on 21 Oct. 1842. The 1840 Barbour County Census has Amos J. Persons 30-40, enumerated with 1 female 20-30 and no children. They lived next to John "Michell" (MITCHELL), head of household age 15-20. Caroline Persons then marries Henry Key III (b. 3 Dec 1794 in Edgefield SC) in Alabama in 1847. It was a second marriage for both and no children are listed for them. I can't find them in the 1850 Census. Her death is listed as occurring in 1852, Talbot County, Georgia, and in 1855 in Ft. Bainbridge, Alabama. Henry remarries in Ft. Bainbridge in 1855." (Tuck Wilson)

Caroline married Amos Jones PERSON, son of Thomas Turner PERSONS and Sarah WILLIAM, on 19 Nov 1838 in Warren County, Georgia. Amos was born on 8 Mar 1803 in Warren County, Georgia and died on 21 Oct 1842 in Barbour County, Alabama at age 39.

General Notes: "Amos Persons was born in Warren County in 1803 and is probably the Amos Persons that married Martha P. Bowdrie 14 Jun 1831 in Warren County, Georgia (Georgia Marriages to 1850). He marries second, Caroline Grace Daniel, 19 Nov. 1838 (Marriage Index Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina 1641-1944), and by 1840, is living in Barbour County, Alabama." [Tuck Wilson] Caroline Grace DANIEL is a daughter of John DANIEL and Martha Pearson COOK, widow of Levi DANIELL.

Amos Jones PERSON is named on a list of letters in the Warrenton post office. [Southern Recorder, Jan. 16, 1827, page 3]

Amos J. PERSONS, Adm'r of T.[Turner] PERSON's estate in Warren County, Georgia. Sale of personal property and rental of three plantations, three town lots, one dwelling house and lot, store house, and gin-house. [Southern Recorder, Jan. 21, 1828 -- page 4]

1840 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, No Twp; Series: M704 Roll: 1 Page: 71: Amos J. PERSON 1 male 30-40 [Amos]; 1 female 20-30 Caroline Grace]. Next door is Prudence PERSON , age 20-30, marked as a male, living alone.

"Amos dies in 1842 and wife Caroline marries Henry Key before 1850. I think that Amos and Caroline had a child, Martha, around 1841. I can't prove it but, in the 1850 Barbour County US Census there is a Martha Persons age 9, living with Catherine (Daniell) Mitchell and also Milly Keys. Catherine Mitchell was said to have "adopted 14 children in her life." [Tuck Wilson]


The child from this marriage was:

+ 774 F    i. Martha NOT PROVEN PERSONS 416 was born about 1841 in Georgia.416

Caroline next married Henry KEY III in 1847 in Alabama. Henry was born on 3 Dec 1797 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died after 1855.

General Notes: "Caroline PERSONS then marries Henry KEY III (b. 3 Dec 1794 in Edgefield, SC) in Alabama in 1847. It was a second marriage for both and no children are listed for them. I can't find them in the 1850 Census. Her death is listed as occurring in 1852, Talbot County, Georgia, and in 1855 in Ft. Bainbridge, Alabama. Henry remarries in Ft. Bainbridge in 1855." (Tuck Wilson)

Henry KEY III, b. 1794 in Edgefield County, SC; m. Judith GEORGE 1821 in Jones County, GA; m. Carol Daniels PERSONS between 1822 and 1845; m. Sarah COLLINS circa 1857 in GA; d. 1872 in Fort Bainbridge, Russell County, AL. There were no known children of Henry KEY III and Carol Daniels PERSONS. ("An Arkansas Connection ...", http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~xrysta/publicc/key00011.htm)

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Uchee P O; Series: M653 Roll: 22 Page: 1034:
414 413 Henry KEY 64 M W Farmer 15,000 41,100 SC;
Sarah " 21 F W GA;
Rebeca [sic] " 8/12 F W AL.
Next door:
J. G. KEY 34 M W Farmer 2600 18,000 GA;
S. C. " 21 F W GA;
J. E. " 1 F W AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Columbia P O; Series: M593 Roll: 38 Page: 25:
449 487 KEY Henry 75 M W Farmer 6000 525 SC;
-- Sarah 28 F W Keeping houde GA;
-- Rebecka [sic] 10 F W AL;
-- Virginia 8 F W AL;
-- George 8 M W AL;
-- Nancy 5 F W AL.

214. Elizabeth Raiford DANIEL 153,154 (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Dec 1812 in Hancock County, Georgia, died on 10 Aug 1871 in Walker County, Georgia153 at age 58, and was buried in McCulloh Family Cemetery, Walker County, Georgia.

General Notes: Elizabeth Raiford DANIEL's father, John DANIEL wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

At the age of 16, Elizabeth Raiford DANIEL married Joseph Portlock McCULLOH, son of John McCULLOH, RS, and Nancy BUTT, on 17 Mar 1829 in Walker County, Georgia. Joseph and Elizabeth had nine children: Katherine, Johanna, Caroline Virginia, Juliet Alice, Martha "Mattie" E., John A., Sarah Geraldine, Mary Elizabeth, and Florence.

Information found on a headstone in the McCULLOH family cemetery, located eight miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee at Flintstone, Georgia Methodist Church indicates that E. R. (Elizabeth Raiford) McCULLOH died on Aug 10, 1871.

Elizabeth married Joseph Portlock McCULLOH,154 son of John McCULLOH, RS 511 and Nancy BUTT, on 17 Mar 1829 in Hancock County, Georgia. Joseph was born on 22 Jun 1803 in Georgia,153 died on 14 Mar 1880 in Walker County, Georgia153 at age 76, and was buried in McCulloh Family Cemetery, Walker County, Georgia. Another name for Joseph was Joseph P. McCULLOUGH.

Marriage Notes: FHL Number 222074 & Ancestry.com. note that this marriage occurred in Walker County, Georgia; another Ancestry reocord states DANIEL, Elizabeth R. McCULLOH, Joseph P. 17 Mar 1829 Georgia Hancock County. Because Elizabeth's parents lived in Hancock County, I think it more correct than Walker County.
From Ancestry.com: ID: I00562 Name: Joseph Portlock MCCULLOH 1 Sex: M Birth: 1803 1 Death: 1880 1 Reference Number: 58
Father: John MCCULLOH b: ABT. 1763 in Ireland Mother: Ann Nancy BUTT b: WFT Est. 1760-1783
Marriage 1 Elizabeth Raiford DANIEL b: 1812 in Near Buckhead, Hancock, Georgia Married: 1827 1 Children: Caroline Virginia MCCULLOUGH b: 13 APR 1830
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Ann Nancy BUTT's parents as: Josiah BUTT and Mary BAUSCH, his parents are Joshua BUTT 1714 - 1780 and Mary PORTLOCK, his parent is Josiah BUTT 1592-1763
Elizabeth Raiford DANIEL's parents: John DANIEL 1776 - 1827 Hancock, Ga Martha COOK 1780 = zip
MCCULLOH, JOSEPH COUNTY: RICHMOND YEAR: 1795 DISTRICT: KNOWLAND PAGE: 25



General Notes: "Joseph Portlock McCULLOH, 1803-1880, was the son of John and Nancy Butt McCULLOH. John was of Scotch descent, a soldier of the Revolution, and one of the early school teachers of Savannah, Georgia., later moving to Hancock County, Georgia.
Joseph married Elizabeth Raiford DANIEL, a daughter of John DANIEL and Martha Pearson COOK of Hancock County, in 1827 and came to North Georgia in 1830-1836, where he bought a large tract of land in Cherokee, later Walker County, Georgia. His old home still stands in Chattanooga Valley near the village of Flintstone. Joseph P. McCULLOUGH [sic] is named in the History of Walker County as one of the original settlers of Chattanooga Valley, along with B. McCUTCHINS and James PARK, some of whose children would later marry into Joseph and Elizabeth McCULLOH's family.
Joseph was one of the Commissioners of Georgia for the removal of the Indians from this section, and a successful planter. At one time he ventured into the silk business, planting a considerable acreage in mulberry trees and importing silk worms and machinery for weaving silk. This was no doubt the first plant for weaving dress materials in North Georgia, but it was not profitable.
Joseph and Elizabeth had nine children, a son and eight daughters. His interest in their education made him a promoter of one of the earliest schools in this section, the Aderhoff School on Lookout Mountain.
Joseph and Elizabeth's children were: Caroline, who married Thomas Yandell PARK; Juliet A., who married Dr. Ira William McCUTCHEN; Katherine, who married William BRANHAM; Martha Cook, who married I. P. RUSSELL; John, who married Jane BENNETT; Sarah Geraldine, who married Wyatt Socrates McCUTCHEN; Mary Elizabeth, who married John T. BURKHALTER; Florence, and Johanna.
A Methodist church was built on land donated for that purpose by Mrs. M. E. BURKHALTER. The McCULLOH family cemetery is next to this picturesque stone church. As of the printing of The History of Walker County, Georgia, many descendants of Joseph and Elizabeth McCULLOH still live in this area." [History of Walker County, Georgia]

In the will of Elizabeth's father, John DANIEL, he names none of his family, putting everything he owns into a single economic engine for the benefit of his entire family. He names his cousin and stepson, James L. DANIEL, as his executor and administrator of his will. Then in the records of Hancock County, "James L. DANIEL, nominated executor or the last will and testament of John DANIEL, decd appeared personally in court and was duly qualified as executor of said will and thereupon letters testamentary were issued to him in the premises. On application of James L. DANIEL, executor of John DANIEL, decd, it is ordered that George RIVER, Aaron SMITH, John HUBERT, Joseph P. McCULLOH, and Thomas W. BURTON be and they are hereby appointed appraisers of the personal property of the said decd, and that they or any three or more of them after being duly sworn, do appraise said property and deliver the appraisement thereof to said executor."

14th Regimental Court of Enquiry Militia Minutes 1804-1862 Hancock County, Georgia: Sparta 25 March 1827 - This being the day appointed for the Court of Enquiry for the 14th Regt. G.M. The Court met pursuant thereto-Present----Lieut. Col. N. A. ADAMS & President of the Court---Capt. Levi W. COXEN, Capt. James O. B. THOMAS-Capt. Lemuel VEASEY Lieut. Joseph P. McCULLOH-Abednego A. WRIGHT & Ensign Ansel SHEFFIELD.

1830 US Census Hancock County Georgia
Joseph McCulloch 1M 20-30
1F 15-20 (Elizabeth Raiford Daniel McCulloh)
1F <5 (Caroline Virginia )

1840 US Census Walker County Georgia
J. P. McCullah 1M 30-40
1M <5 (John)
1F 20-30 (Eliz)
1F 10-15 (Caroline)
2F 5-10 (Juliet and Catherine)
1F <5 (Martha and Geraldine)

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Walker County, Lookout Valley; Series: M432 Roll 85 Page 473: 1797 1797 Joseph P. McCULLOH 48 M Farmer 23,000 GA; Elizabeth R. " 37 F GA; Catherine " 14 F GA; Martha " 12 F GA; Sarah " 10 F GA; Elizabeth " 8 F GA; Florence " 5 F GA; Joseph H. DISMUKE 20 M GA. [This record is difficult to read.]
An extract from the 1850 Census of Walker County provides that there were 1,867 dwellings, 1,867 families, 5,803 white males, 5,605 white females, 18 free coloured males, 19 free coloured females, a total free population of 11, 445 and 1,664 slaves. There were 600 farms and one manufacturing establishment with a real estate value of $923,600 and personal estates totaling $1, 007,725.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Walker County, Chattanooga District, Eagle Cliff P O; Series: M653 Roll: 139 Page: 839:
1191 1138 Joseph P. McCULLH 50 M Farmer 30,000 56,000 GA; Elizabeth R. 48 F GA; Sarah 17 F GA; Elizabeth 15 F, GA; Florence 13 F GA; Leticia COLBERT 11 F GA. Next door is Joseph and Elizabeth's daughter Catherine married to William C. BRANHAM. Martha married Israel Pickens RUSSELL before 1860. They reside in his father's home in Jackson County, Alabama. Who is Leticia COLBERT, Elizabeth's niece and orphan of her sister Mary Ellen DANIEL and Larkin COLBERT?

1870 Census, Series: M593 Roll: 180 Page: 254: MCCULLOH JOSEPH P 69 M W GA GA WALKER FRICKS GAP P. O. names Joseph, Farmer 2000 2650, Ga; wife Elizabeth, 57(67?), Ga, and Mary E., 25, F, W, At home, 3000, 400, Ga; and Florence J., 23, F, W, At home, 2800, Ga Insane.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 775 F    i. Caroline Virginia McCULLOH 513,514 was born on 13 Apr 1830 in Walker County, Georgia515 and died on 2 Jul 1903 in St. Elmo, Hamilton County, Tennessee at age 73.

+ 776 F    ii. Juliet Ann McCULLOH 516,517 was born on 17 Oct 1831 in Walker County, Georgia,518 died on 8 Nov 1913 in Walker County, Georgia519 at age 82, and was buried in Forest Hills Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

+ 777 F    iii. Catherine McCULLOH 154,513 was born about 1836 in Walker County, Georgia154 and died before 1 Jun 1880.520

+ 778 F    iv. Martha Daniel McCULLOH 154,513,521 was born on 4 Jun 1837 in Walker County, Georgia,522 died on 10 Sep 1925 in Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama at age 88, and was buried in Russell Family Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama.523

+ 779 M    v. John A. McCULLOH 513 was born about 1839 in Walker County, Georgia, died before Feb 1866, and was buried in McCulloh Family Cemetery, Walker County, Georgia.

+ 780 F    vi. Sarah Geraldine McCULLOH 154,524 was born on 22 Mar 1841 in Walker County, Georgia and died on 23 Jan 1895 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia at age 53.

+ 781 F    vii. Mary Elizabeth McCULLOH 154,513,525,526 was born in Nov 1843 in Walker County, Georgia527 and died after 15 Apr 1910.

+ 782 F    viii. Florence McCULLOH 154,513 was born about 1847 in Walker County, Georgia.525

+ 783 F    ix. Johanna McCULLOH 513 was born about 1851 in Walker County, Georgia and died before 19 Oct 1858 in Walker County, Georgia.528

215. John William DANIEL (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 19 Nov 1814 in Hancock County, Georgia and died circa 1844 in Barbour County, Alabama about age 30.

General Notes: John William DANIEL was a son of John DANIEL and Martha Pearson COOK.

John William DANIEL's father, John DANIEL wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

On November 2, 1835, on a motion, the Hancock County Court of Ordinary ordered that Arthur I. BUTTS, Henry GAREY, James W. SIMMONS, Benjamin HARPER, and William BUTTS are appointed Commissioners to lay off and set apart to Caroline DANIEL her distributive share of the estate of her father and report their proceedings to the Executor. William DANIEL, legatee of John DANIEL, requested to be added to his sister's motion. The Court so approved.

In 1837, John was a State Representative in Wilcox County, Alabama. (Teresa Griffis) (Note: This was the same time frame when his cousin Martha Daniel MARSH and her family (Capt. Bryant MARSH) from Edgefield County, South Carolina were also in Wilcox County, AL. RLD)

John W. DANIEL wrote his Last Will & Testament on 22 September 1841, recorded in Barbour County, Alabama Orphans Book 2, p. 151, "...and State of Alabama being of sound and disposing mind and memory and taking into consideration the uncertainty of human life, do for the welfare and quiet relatives, make constitute and ordain this my Last Will and Testament as follows. It is my will and desire after all my Lawful debts are paid that all the property in which I am or interested personal or real in the Estate of my Father, John DANIEL, deceased, and my Brother, Benjamin F. DANIEL, deceased, And all the Negroes, Lands, Horses and Stock that I own and all of every discription (sic), I give and bequeath to my brother, Levi L. DANIEL, his Heirs and Assigns forever. Signed: John W. DANIEL.
Signed, Sealed and delivered in presence of us this Twenty Second day of September 1841.
Test. Arthur I. BUTTS Georgia D. BUTTS A. C. MITCHELL Thos. J. SANFORD"
(First line of the entry was not on the copy of the page. RLD)
An abstract from Barbour County, Alabama: OCR Book II, page 26:
"Daniel, John William
p. 151 Will of John William DANIEL
Brother : Levi L. DANIEL
Mentions estate of his father, John DANIEL, dec'd. Excr. Not named.
Wit. Arthur J. BUTTS, Georgia D. BUTTS, A. C. MITCHELL, and Thomas J. SANFORD.
Date: 22 Sept 1841
Recorded: ca. 1844"
[*Levi Lawrence David DANIEL]

In the Slave Owners 1850 Baldwin County [Georgia] Census, a John W. DANIEL is listed with 11 slaves. This may or may not be John William, son of John "Jack" DANIEL and Martha Pearson COOK. Baldwin County bordered Hancock County where John and Martha lived, and was where his "step-grandmother" Nancy Daniell BARROW lived and died.

216. Levi Lawrence David DANIEL 155,156 (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 4 Oct 1816 in Hancock County, Georgia and died after 1880.157

General Notes: Levi Lawrence David DANIEL was the seventh child of John DANIEL, son of William DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina, and Martha Pearson COOK, widow of Levi DANIELL of Hancock County, Georgia. L. L. D. married Eleanor ASPINWALL on 8 July 1845. Levi Lawrence was a great grandson of William O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia and grandson of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia.

Levi L. D. DANIEL's father, John DANIEL of Hancock County, wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

Levi Lawrence moved to Barbour County, Alabama circa 1835 when his half brother, James Levi DANIELL, also moved there. James was the son of LEVI DANIEL, and grandson of James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina and Hancock County, Georgia.

Eleanor E. ASPINWALL was a granddaughter of Capt. James BUTTS of Hancock County, so named in his Will. James Levi DANIELL was executor of the Will and in it was given guardianship of Eleanor and $1000 to protect as her legacy. James Levi had married Capt. John BUTTS' daughter, Elizabeth Clements BUTTS, on 3 Dec 1818 in Hancock County, Georgia.

David DANIEL, age 30-40, is listed in the 1840 Hancock County, Georgia Census, Series: M704 R43 Page 215, his household includes two males 5-10, one male 10-15, one male 30-40, one girl under 5, one girl 5-10, one female 15-20, and one female 30-40. He has two free colored females in the household and eight slaves. CAUTION: This may not be Levi Lawrence David DANIEL who was born in 1816 and married Eleanor ASPINWALL in 1845.

John William DANIEL, Levi's brother, wrote his Last Will & Testament on 22 September 1841, recorded in Barbour County, Alabama Orphans Book 2, p. 151. John's only beaqueath was "It is my will and desire after all my Lawful debts are paid that all the property in which I am or interested personal or real in the Estate of my Father, John DANIEL, deceased, and my Brother, Benjamin F. DANIEL, deceased, And all the Negroes, Lands, Horses and Stock that I own and all of every discription, I give and bequeath to my brother, Levi L. DANIEL, his Heirs and Assigns forever." Signed: John W. DANIEL. Test. Arthur I. BUTTS Georgia D. BUTTS A. C. MITCHELL Thos. _. SANFORD" The Will was recorded in Barbour County, Alabama "cir. 1844."

On 23 May 1846, Levi L. DANIEL and his sister-in-law, Eliza C. DANIEL, signed as bondsmen for William A. ANDREWS and Jesse SLACK as administrators of the estate of Archibald C. SLACK. [OCR Book II, page 44 p. 262]

Liberty Church Records, Barbour Co, AL: Billy, Edith, Nancy and Hannah, servants of L. DANIEL, granted letters of ? BLAKEY, died Jan. 2, 1848.

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23, 9 Dec 1850, Series: M432 Roll: 1 Page: 249: 7 1 Levi L. DANIEL 33 M W Farmer 3600 GA; Ellen 23 F W GA; James 4 M W AL; Martha 2 F W AL; Sarah 4/12 F W AL; Sarah M. BLUNT 55 F W NC (b. 1795?)

DANIEL, L. L., Levi L. DANIEL, b. ca 1817, Ga., son of John DANIEL and brother of John William DANIEL and Benjamin DANIEL. Ellen E. ASPINWALL [wife- m. 08 Jul 1845], b. ca 1827. Also in this household in 1850 was Sarah M. BLOUNT, b. ca 1795 NC. (Ref: Godfrey, Marie H., RURAL LAND OWNERS OF BARBOUR COUNTY, ALABAMA, 1990, Southern Historical Press, Inc., Greenville, SC., p. 31)

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Southern Division, Creek Stand P O; Series: M653 Roll: 22 Page: 900: 301 290 Lawrence DANNIEL[*] [sic, DANIEL] 41 M W Farmer 13,000 36,000 GA; Elen DANNIEL 33 F W House keeper GA; James L. DANEL 14 M W AL; Martha C. DANIEL 12 F W AL; Sarah J. DANEL 10 F W AL; John W. DANEL 7 M W AL; Mary A. DANEL 5 F W AL; Gerald G. DANEL 4 M W AL; [page 901, Person P O listed in page heading] Franklin DANIEL 1 M W AL; Sarah BLOUNT 66 F House keeper NC.
*Indexed as "DANNIEL Laruence" at Heritage Quest.

Sarah M. BLOUNT resided in Levi Lawrence's household in both the 1850 and 1860 censuses. Her relationship to this DANIEL family is not known.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Crenshaw County, Rutledge P.O.; Series: M593 Roll: 12 Page: 9: 24 24 DANIEL, Lawrence 53 M W Farming 200 1000 GA; -- Elenore 43 F W Keeping house GA; -- Martha 22 F W Home AL; -- Jackson 17 M W Home AL; -- Jerald 14 M W Home AL; -- Francis 11 M/F W Home AL; -- Carlton 5 M W AL.
Four homes away is the family of Mary THURSTON, 45, widow. Her daughter, Malinda, 9, would become the wife of Carlton DANIEL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Crenshaw County, Leon, ; Series T9 Roll: 10 Page 468: L. L. DANIELS Self M Male W 63 GA Farmer SC SC; E. L. DANIELS Wife M Female W 53 GA Keeps House MA GA: J. DANIELS Dau S Female W 23 AL At Home GA GA; Frank DANIELS Son S Male W 21 AL At Home GA GA; Carlton DANIELS Son S Male W 15 AL At Home GA GA; Rubin THURSTON Other S Male W 22 AL Laborer -- --.

Levi married Ellen E. ASPINWALL,156,404 daughter of George ASPENWALL and Elizabeth Eleanor BUTTS, on 8 Jul 1845.530 Ellen was born before 2 Jul 1826 in Georgia155 and died after 1870.157

Marriage Notes: From the book, "Marriage Records 1838-1859 Barbour County, Alabama" by Helen S. Foley, Levi and Ellen were married July 8, 1845 by James L. Daniel M.G., pg. 181. James Levi Daniell, M.G. was the son of Levi Daniell and Martha Pearson Cook.

General Notes: Eleanor "Ellen" Elizabeth ASPINWALL was born before 2 July 1826, the date of her mother's death. Her mother was about twenty years old when she died soon after Eleanor's birth.

Eleanor is named in the 6 February 1835 Will of her grandfather Capt. James BUTTS: "I give and bequeath to James L. Daniel in trust to and for the use of my granddaughter Eleanor Aspinwall the sum of one thousand dollars provided however that the said James L. Daniel is expected to use said thousand dollars in such manner as may be conceived most conducive to the interest of the said Eleanor during her minority or remaining unmarried to be at liberty to apply any part of the profits of said one thousand dollars to the benefit of the said Eleanor when the said Eleanor shall arrive at lawful age or marry it is my wish and desire that said money should be laid out in such property as the said Eleanor shall direct which property so purchased I give and bequeath to the said Eleanor during her natural life to be held by her free of the control of her husband and to her sole and separate use after her death to her children in fee simple. But in the event that the said Eleanor should die before she marries or arrives at lawful age it is my will and desire that said money should be returned back into my estate to be disposed of as hereinafter expressed."

Ellen married Levi Lawrence David DANIEL, half-brother of James Levi DANIELL.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 784 M    i. James Levi DANIEL 155,156,403 was born in 1846 in Barbour County, Alabama.

+ 785 F    ii. Martha C. DANIEL 155,156 was born in 1848 in Barbour County, Alabama.

+ 786 F    iii. Sarah Juliette DANIEL 155,403 was born on 3 Feb 1850 in Barbour County, Alabama,156 died on 6 Nov 1937 in Russell County, Alabama at age 87, and was buried in Hurtsboro Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama.

+ 787 M    iv. John W. DANIEL 155 was born about 1853 in Russell County, Alabama.

+ 788 M    v. Jackson P. DANIEL 531 was born in 1853 in Russell County, Alabama.532

+ 789 F    vi. Mary Americus DANIEL 155,157 was born on 3 Apr 1854 in Russell County, Alabama,533 died on 16 Apr 1934 in Crenshaw County, Alabama533 at age 80, and was buried on 17 Apr 1934 in Camerons Chapel Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alabama.533

+ 790 M    vii. Gerald G. DANIEL 155 was born about 1856 in Russell County, Alabama.

+ 791 M    viii. Donald DANIEL was born in 1856 in Russell County, Alabama.

+ 792 M    ix. Franklin DANIEL 534 was born in 1859 in Russell County, Alabama.

+ 793 M    x. Carlton Levi DANIEL 535,536 was born on 4 Oct 1864 in Rose Hill, Covington County, Alabama,537 died on 29 Jul 1942 in Red Level, Covington County, Alabama537 at age 77, and was buried in Camerons Chapel Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alabama.537

217. Benjamin Franklin Bell DANIEL (John, Esq.43, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1818 in Hancock County, Georgia and died on 11 Jul 1841 at the residence of JAMES L. DANIEL near Glennville, Alabama about age 23.

General Notes: Benjamin F. B. DANIEL's father, John DANIEL wrote what might be termed an all inclusive will. He gave no individual bequeaths, but instead, left everything to be operated as a whole for the benefit of all his family, eventually to be equally divided among his children. In part, John wrote, "It is my will and desire that all the Negroes of which I may be possessed, together with every other species of personal property should be kept together upon my two plantations, vis, the plantation on which I now live, and ___ Mill (?) place for the natural benefit of my wife and children,... when my wife marries or any of my children arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, they or either of them upon the happening of such event shall be entitled a distributive share of my whole personal estate , and should it suit the convenience of my children after receiving a share of my personal estate as above mentioned, shall be at liberty to work their hands on any part of my lands, rent free."

Benjamin F. DANIEL, age 20-30, is listed in the 1840 Hancock Co., Georgia Census, Series: M704 R43 Page 214, his household includes another male of the same age, and 2 females, one age 40-50 and the other 60-70. He has 30 slaves. His mother Martha Pearson Cook Daniell DANIEL might be the older female, but do not know who the other is. The other male is not known but may be his brother, Levi Lawrence David DANIEL. A David DANIEL, is named in the census on the following page who is 30-40 and has a wife 30-40 and children; this may be Benjamin's brother Levi Lawrence David.

From Marriages and Obituaries From Early Georgia Newspapers, Abstracted by the late Judge Folks Huxford, F.A.S.G., Page 69: At the residence of JAMES L. DANIEL near Glennville, Ala. on the 11th inst. after a 3 day illness of congestive fever, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BELL, youngest son of JOHN DANIEL, Esq., late of Hancock County, Ga. July 20, 1841.

"At the residence of James L. DANIEL near Glennville, Ala., on the 11th inst., BENJAMEN FRANKLIN DANIEL, youngest son of John DANIEL, Esq., late of Hancock county, Geo." [The Macon Georgia Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Tuesday Morning, July 27, 1841, Page: 3]

218. Phillip RAIFORD VI (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1796 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Phillip married Anna BURRIS about 1823. Anna was born on 1 Apr 1803 in South Carolina and died on 14 Apr 1864 in Indianola, Sunflower County, Mississippi at age 61.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 794 M    i. Phillip RAIFORD VII was born about 1825 in South Carolina.

219. William Daniel RAIFORD 160,161 (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1798 in South Carolina and died after 1880 in Marshall County, Mississippi.162

General Notes: William Daniel RAIFORD was born about 1798 in South Carolina, a son of Phillip Ephraim RAIFORD and Elizabeth DANIEL. He married Elizabeth LARK before 1830. Their first child, John, was born in South Carolina. William and Elizabeth Lark RAIFORD and the youngest member of the family, his sister, Elizabeth RAIFORD, migrated to Alabama about 1834, joining other members of the family. Their daughter Sarah was born in Alabama about 1835.

A William RAIFORD, age 40-50, and family in Edgefield, South Carolina in the 1830 census, page 179: 1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 15-20, 1 male 20 30, 1 male 30-40; 2 females 10-15, 1 female 20-30.

Before 1850, William and Elizabeth migrated to Marshall County, Mississippi.
1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Northern Division, Series: M432 Roll: 377 Page: 339: 831 831 William RAIFORD 52 M W Farmer 5500 SC; Elizabeth 46 F W SC; William 21 M W SC; John 17 M W Farmer SC; Philip 12 M W AL; Sarah 14 F W AL; Elizabeth 10 F W AL; Robert 5 M W AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Mt. Pleasant P O; Series: M653 Roll: 587 Page: 115: RAIFORD Wm 60 M W Farmer 19,800 30,000 SC; Eliza 55 F W SC; Wm 30 M W SC; Phillip T. 22 M W AL; Bettie A. P. 19 F W AL; Robt P. 14 M W AL; Mary OLIVER 39 F W SC; Eliza L OLIVER 18 F W SC; C. A. "Do" 15 F W SC AL; E. P. "Do" 12 F W; Wm Bailey "Do" 19 M W AL. (All in household.)

1870 Census Mississippi, Marshall County, Byhalia P O, 30 Aug 1870 Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 673: 446 446 RAIFORD, William 73 M W Farmer 1280 449 SC; Elizabeth 66 F W Keeping House SC; R. P. 25 M W --- 439 AL; Sallie F. 22 F W MS. (Note: Sallie F. appears to be the wife of Robert P. Raiford. William and Elizabeth did not have a daughter younger than Robert listed in the 1860 census.)

In the 1880 census, William, 81, a widower, lived in the home of his son, Phillip T. RAIFORD and family. He is not in the 1900 census, presumed died by then.

William married Elizabeth LARK.160 Elizabeth was born about 1804 in South Carolina and died before 1880 in Marshall County, Mississippi.162

General Notes: Elizabeth Lark RAIFORD is named with her husband Willian Daniel RAIFORD in the 1850, 60, and 70 censuses. In 1880, William is a widower at age 81, living in the home of their son, Phillip T. RAIFORD. Elizabeth has died before 1880.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 795 M    i. William RAIFORD 160 was born about 1830 in South Carolina.

+ 796 M    ii. John RAIFORD was born about 1833 in South Carolina.

+ 797 M    iii. Pvt. Phillip T. RAIFORD, CSA 160,538 was born on 13 May 1838 in Alabama,539 died on 8 Sep 1902 in St. Francis County, Arkansas539 at age 64, and was buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas.

+ 798 F    iv. Elizabeth A. P. RAIFORD was born about 1841 in Alabama.160

+ 799 M    v. Robert P. RAIFORD 160 was born about 1845 in Alabama.

220. John D. RAIFORD (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1799 and died about Mar 1846 in Edgefield District, South Carolina about age 47.

General Notes: John Daniel RAIFORD married Sarah "Sallie" WATSON, daughter of Elijah and Chloe Wimberly WATSON. She was born in 1810 from which it is estimated they were married circa 1828.

No children from this marriage are yet found; however, Larry & Elaine Blackman post on Rootsweb a daughter Caroline, no dates, who married a John McCARTY, no dates. In the 1860 census of Edgefield County, Saluda regiment,, South Carolina, there is a John McCARTY, 29, married to Martha, 27, no children.

NGS Quarterly Vol. 57 No. 2 June 1969 pgs. 105-108, Migrants From Edgefield County, SC 1842-1852 by Louise M Dumont tells us:
Among the loose papers in the Office of the Clerk of the Probate Court, Edgefield County, South Carolina, are 37 "powers of attorney" from heirs of citizens of Edgefield County whose estate had not yet been settled. These heirs had migrated south and west to six other states. Alabama had nearly half of them. The counties in each state have been arranged alphabetically. To save space, the phase "power of attorney" has been abbreviated to PA.
Mississippi: Thomas W., Robert, James & Malachi RAIFORD, Marshall Co., gave PA to their uncle William DANIEL, Edgefield Co., S.C. to collect their share from estate of JOHN C. RAIFORD, Edgefield Co., S.C. Mar 1846. (By email form Edgefield SC List, 1/13/2004, Census20@aol.com)

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 103
John D. RAIFORD Males: . . . . . 1[30-40] No white females One free colored female, 10-24.

The gravestone of Sarah RAIFORD in the WATSON Family section of Ridge Spring Cemetery, Ridge Spring, South Carolina states she was the wife of John D. RAIFORD. The middle initial "C." above a typographical error? Until further evidence surfaces, the "D." for DANIEL, his mother's surname is shown.

John married Sarah WATSON, daughter of Elijah WATSON, Sr. 193 and Chloe Elizabeth WIMBERLY,193,540 before 1841. Sarah was born on 1 Mar 1810 in South Carolina, died on 21 Sep 1856 at age 46, and was buried in Ridge Springs Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Sarah (WATSON) RAIFORD, 40 SC, widow of John D. RAIFORD, d. 1845, is in the 1850 census of Edgefield County, South Carolina she is in the household of her mother, Cloey (sic) WATSON 69 15,000 NC. The other members of the household are Mary MYERS 5 and David MYERS 4, both born in SC. Sarah's mother is Chloe Elizabeth (WIMBERLY) WATSON, widow of Elijah WATSON, Sr. who died in 1841. (Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 178)

Sarah's headstone in Ridge Springs Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina: "Sacred in the memory of Mrs. Sarah Raiford, wife of John D. Raiford, daughter of Elijah and Chloe Watson. Born 3/1/1810. Died 9/21/1856".

221. Nancy RAIFORD (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1801 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died before 1850.

General Notes: On September 22, 1818, Phillip Rayford [sic] gave his daughter Nancy, now Widow Kirkland, a negro girl. Witnesses were John and William Pearson. [North of the Broad River: the land and the people [vol. I], Buford S. Chappell, M.D., p. 239, citing Fairfield Deed Book AA, p. 117]

Nancy married Dr. Oswell E. BURT 541 on 15 May 1823 in South Carolina. Oswell was born about 1802 in North Carolina541 and died in 1879 in Rusk County, Texas about age 77.

Marriage Notes: The Pendleton Messenger Newspaper, Vol.16, No. 51, Wednesday, June 4, 1823: On Tuesday the 15th ult. by the Rev. Mr. MANLEY, Mr. Oswald BURT of Pendleton to Miss Nancy RAIFORD of Edgefield District.

General Notes: "Dr. Oswell E. Burt, who was born in 1800, studied medicine in Pendleton. He married Nancy Raiford there about 1823 and moved to Alabama, where he and Nancy had several children. While there, he founded the town of Alexandria. The Baptist Church he attended is still there today. Nancy died in the 1840's, and Dr. Burt married Martha Griffin. In 1850, Dr. Burt, his new wife, her father, David Griffin, several of his children, and others left Alabama for Texas. Some of Dr. Burt's descendants still live in Alabama. It has been our pleasure to meet and visit with one of his descendants, Mrs. Harriet Blover Watson of Anniston, Alabama.
Upon his arrival in Texas, Dr. Oswell Burt settled in the community of Millville, which was one of the largest towns in Rusk County at that time. He farmed and practiced medicine there until his death in 1879. He and Martha reared eight children after they came to Texas. Martha Burt lived until 1898 and, at one time, served as Postmistress at Motley. Her father, David Griffin, also served as Postmaster at Millville, as did two of Dr. Burt's sons, T. H. and Dr. Matt Burt.
The children of Dr. Oswell E. Burt and Martha Burt were: Mrs. Gus (Burt) Baughman, Mrs. Kate (Burt) Spharler, Dr. Matthews Armstead A. Burt, Mrs. Ella (Burt) Young, and Mrs. Julia Ann (Burt) Standard. Two of their children died in infancy. Many descendants of Dr. Burt and Martha Burt, through these children, reside in Rusk County today." (Submitted by Jimmy G. Burt, son of O. F. and Ellie Mae Burns Burt, http://www.ladytexian.com/txrusk/bios/family/Burtdr.htm)

Name:
Oswald BURT Given Name: Oswald Surname: Burt Sex: M Birth: BEF 1800 in ,Edgefield Co.,South Carolina
A doctor in the SOUTHERN ARMY during the Civil War. Oswell Burt was the founder of Alexandria, Alabama. He secured Surveyor John Lindsey to layoff the town in lots. The land plat was drawn in 1836. The plat was filed on July 2, 1836, and was a rival with Drayton for the Co. Court House.
SOURCE: HISTORY OF CALHOUN COUNTY, ALABAMA in the Dallas Public Library;
Marriage & Death Notices from Pendleton, SC Messenger 1807-1851
1 Change Date: 30 JUL 2000
Father: Francis BURT b: ABT 1759 in ,York Co.,Va
Mother: Catherine MILES b: ABT 1775 in Edgefield Dist., South Carolina
Marriage 1 Nancy RAIFORD b: Abt 1800 in USA, 15 Jun 1823 in Edgefield Dist., SC
(Marriages and Death, Holcombe, Brent H., Southern Historical Press, 275 W. Broad, Greenville, SC 29601, 1977, p. 16.)
(http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1040247&id=I1071)

Alabama Land Record: OSWALD BURT, COOSA DIST, 128, 1840/11/24, HUNTSVILLE, 14S, 7E, 35,153.2100
(http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/BURT-SOUTHERN-USA/1997-12/0883523201)

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Talladega County, Talladega District; Series: M432 Roll: 15 Page: 380: 442 452 O. E. BURT 47 M Physician NC; Franklin " 17 M Student FL; Phillip " 14 M AL; Oswell E. " Jr. 12 M AL.
[Nancy RAIFORD, wife of O. E. BURT, is not with him in this census, presumed died before 1 June 1850.]
1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Talladega County, Talladega District; Series: M432 Roll: 15 Page: 375: 374 382 James C BURT 41 M Farmer 7000 SC; Frances A " 34 F VA; Henry " 5 M AL; Fanny C " 4/12 F AL; Martha D WELCH 5 F AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Rusk County, Millville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1304 Page: 314:
1091 1109 O. E. BURT 58 M UD(?) 500 1500 SC;
Martha " 30 F AL;
Augustus " 7 M TX;
Catherine " 5 F TX;
Mat " 3 M TX;
Infant " 6/12 F TX;
John HARSHAN(?) 7 M TX.
Next door is a son by his first wife, Nancy RAIFORD:
1092 1110 O. E. BURT Jr. 22 M Farmer -- 100 AL;
Martha " 15 F TN.

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Rusk County, Henderson P O;
Series: M593 Roll: 1603 Page: 385:
98 71 BURT Oswell E. 70 M W Physician & farmer 1500 600 SC;
-- Martha 40 F W Keeping house AL;
STEWART Mary 41 F W At home SC;
-- Catherine 20 F W At home SC;
BURT Nancy A, 17 F W At home TX;
-- Mary C. 15 F W At home TX;
-- Mathew 13 M W At home TX;
-- Ella 11 F W At home TX;
-- Jeff Davis 9 M W At home TX;
-- Julia 3 F W At home TX;
HARSHAW John 17 M W At home TX.

Oswald died before 1880 when his widow, Martha, is head of household in Rusk County, Texas.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 800 M    i. Franklin BURT 541 was born about 1833 in Florida.541

+ 801 M    ii. Philip BURT 541 was born about 1836 in Alabama.541

+ 802 M    iii. Pvt. Oswell E. BURT, Jr., CSA 541,542 was born about 1838 in Alabama541 and died before Nov 1865.

222. James M. RAIFORD 161 (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1807.

General Notes: James M. RAIFORD was a son of Phillip Ephraim RAIFORD V and Elizabeth DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Probably the1850 and 1860 censuses for James M. RAIFORD who moved to Mississippi with his brothers and sister before 1840. It is said that he married a Miss BLACK. In 1850 and 1860, "T. RAIFORD" is his wife.
1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, DeSoto County, Northern Division; Series: M432 Roll: 371 Page: 419:
750 750 J. M. RAIFORD 43 M Farmer 500 AL;
T. " 37 F AL;
M. " 8 F MS;
R. " 2 M MS.
1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, DeSoto County, Olive Branch P O; Series: M653 Roll: 581 Page: 220:
1566 1566 J. M. RAIFORD 47 M Farmer 700 1500 SC;
T. " 44 F SC;
M. F. " 14 F MS;
R. " 11 M MS;
P. " 6 M MS;
J. " 3 M MS.

What happened to J. M. RAIFORD's family during and after the War Between The States? In 1870, two RAIFORD teenagers in the household of William and Amanda ATKINSON in DeSoto County do not appear to be from J. M.'s family. "I looked P. N. up in the eBook by Chase Raiford and found that Philip N. Raiford, Nancy Raiford, and Robert B. Raiford left Johnston Co.., NC for Desoto Co., MS after the death of their father." [Raiford Pittman, deceased, http://msgen.net/co/desoto/que/] If these be they, where is Robert? RLD
1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, DeSoto County, Arkabutla P O; Series: M593 Roll: 728 Page: 320:
28 28 ADKINSON Wm 46 M W Blacksmith 4000 600 TN;
-- Amanda 40 F W K House TN;
-- Henry 14 M W At school TN;
-- John H. 13 M W At school TN;
-- Burtha 1/12 F W MS Aug;
RAIFORD Nancy 15 F W At school MS;
-- Phillip 13 M W At school MS.

James married Unknown BLACK.52

223. Robert Andrew RAIFORD, Sr. 163,164 (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1809 in South Carolina.

General Notes: Robert Andrew RAIFORD was born abt 1815 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

1830 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield District, Edgefield; Series: M19 Roll: 172 Page: 162:
Robert RAIFORD, 15-20, with 1 unidentified female, 10-15.
Same page:
Stephen DANIEL 1 [under 5] 1 [5-10] . . 1 [15-20] . 1 [40-50] . . . . . . || 1 [under 5] . . 1 [15-20] 0 . . . . . . . .
Henry HILL, 30-40, with 2 males under 5, 2 males 5-10, 3 males 10-15, and two males 20-30; 1 female 30-40, and 1 female under 5.
Sarah MOBLEY, 50 -60, with 1 male, 10-15, and 2 females, 15-20.

Robert moved first to Jefferson County, FL where he married Margaret WYCHE of Thomas County, GA in 1834 in Monticello, Florida. Robert A. RAIFORD and family then moved to Victoria, Marshall County, Mississippi and are there in the 1840 census. With them were Robert's brothers Thomas Woodward and his wife, Sarah Caroline Barbee RAIFORD, James and Mary Raiford, Malachi and Patience Wyche Raiford. Malachi died around 1850 and Patience remarried and moved to Arkansas.

1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Northern Division, 2 Dec 1850, Series: M432 Roll: 377 Page: 358: 1093 1093 Robt RAIFORD 41 M W Farmer 64000 SC; Margaret B. 34 F W GA; Philip 12 M W AL; Margaret R. 3 F W AL; Henry HOLMES 24 M W Overseer NC.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Holly Springs (& No Mt. Pleasant), 1 Sep 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 587 Page: 116: 380 373 Robt RAYFORD 48 M W Farmer 35,000 50,000 SC; Margaretta RAYFORD 45 F W GA; Phillip RAYFORD 22 M W MS; Mary RAYFORD 12 F W MS; Lizzie RAYFORD 9 F W MS; Robt RAYFORD 5 M W MS.

MARSHALL COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, LARGEST SLAVEHOLDERS FROM 1860 SLAVE CENSUS SCHEDULES
"RAIFORD, Robt., 40 slaves, T2 R4, page 62"

The National Register of Historic Places lists the home of Robert Raiford: Raiford, Robert, Home and Farm (added 1998 - Marshall County - #98001110) Also known as Hedge Farm 829 Cayce Rd., Victoria(1600 acres, 2 buildings) Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering Architectural Style: Greek Revival Area of Significance: Architecture, Agriculture Period of Significance: 1825-1849, 1850-1874, 1875-1899, 1900-1924, 1925-1949 Owner: Private Historic Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic Historic Sub-function: Agricultural Fields, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling Current Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Commerce/Trade, Domestic Current Sub-function: Agricultural Fields, Professional, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling

Robert married Margaret Bryan WYCHE,164 daughter of Littleton WYCHE, Sr. 164 and Susannah MITCHELL,164 on 8 May 1834 in Monticello. Jefferson, Florida.164 Margaret was born on 14 Jul 1815 in Montgomery County, Georgia.164

General Notes: "Margaret Bryan WYCHE was born on 14 Jul 1815 in Montgomery County, GA. Elizabeth Hopkins' loose papers state Margaret married Hodge in Lousiana.
She was married to Robert RAIFORD on 8 May 1834 in Thomas County, GA. The ceremony was performed by the Honorable John Connell. The wedding was announced in the May 21, 1834 issue of The Southern Recorder. The Automated Archives source, CD-3, lists the husband's surname as Rayford and the county as Terrell County, Georgia. The LDS North American Index lists the husband's surname as Rayferd." (Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420 http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w25gen.html)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 803 M    i. Robert Andrew RAIFORD, Jr. 543,544 was born on 25 May 1855 in Mississippi,544 died on 29 Oct 1890 in Marshall County, Mississippi544 at age 35, and was buried in Red Bank Presbyterian Cemetery.544

+ 804 M    ii. Philip RAIFORD 545 was born in 1837 in Mississippi,545 died in 1924 in Tate County, Mississippi at age 87, and was buried in Como-Friendship Cemetery.

+ 805 F    iii. Margaret RAIFORD 163,546 was born in Jan 1849 in Marshall County, Mississippi,547 died on 9 Sep 1923 in Marshall County, Mississippi at age 74, and was buried in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi.

+ 806 F    iv. Elizabeth RAIFORD 548 was born about 1851 in Mississippi.

224. Elizabeth RAIFORD 52 (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1811.

General Notes: Elizabeth lived in Victoria, Marshall County, Mississippi in 1840.

"My gggrandfather's baby sister (Elizabeth RAIFORD) came from Edgefield Co., SC before the 1850 census, probably traveling with her older brother William D. RAIFORD and his wife, Elizabeth LARK. Elizabeth RAIFORD is said to have married a John WIMBERLY of Holly Springs. Bobby Mitchell told me that there was a Justice of the Peace named John WIMBERLY in Holly Springs, but he was married to someone else. It's possible the Elizabeth married his son, also named John WIMBERLY.
Elizabeth and William joined brothers Thomas Woodward and wife Sarah Caroline Barbee RAIFORD, Robert Andrew and wife Margaret Wyche RAIFORD, James M. and ? Black RAIFORD, and Malachi and Patience Wyche RAIFORD, all of whom were in Marshall Co. before the 1840 census was taken. Robert and Margaret built the house on their farm "The Hedge" which is now owned by John LOFTIN." (Raiford Pittman)
"Elizabeth Raiford who moved to Marshall County, MS in about 1840 with her brothers Robert, Thomas, a nd Malachi, was reported to have married one John Wimberly of Holly Springs, a name that a local historian is not familiar with. I found out over the weekend that Elizabeth actually married William Wooley and that they lived in Tate County. [NOTE: The 1833-35 settlement of the estate of Philip Ephraim Raiford, Elizabeth's father, paid John D. Wimberley "in right of his wife." This means that unless Elizabeth became a widow or divorcee after 1835 and remarried by 1840 to William Wooley, the Wooley line below is in error and are not descendants of Elizabeth Raiford. RLD] Tate County was carved out of Marshall, Tunica, and another county and lies to the west of the present day Marshall County. No history of the Wooley family is in the book, THE HERITAGE OF TATE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, a book published by the Tate County Historical and Genealogical Society, but Elizabeth is mentioned in the history of the Haley family of Senatobia. Her granddaughter, Elizabeth Hope Wooley married Isaiah Hatfield Haley (b. June 1821 in Mecklenberg Co., NC), son of Ansel Haley and Mary Hawkins High of Mecklenberg Co. Isaiah and Elizabeth had eight children. I can email them but it's a 700K JPEG file. The copier in the library was broken so I had to take a picture of the pages with a digital camera.
Basically, the piece says this about Elizabeth Raiford: "Isaiah Hatfield Haley...married Elizabeth Hope Wooley who was born October 29, 1825 to Robert Raiford Wooley and Martha Jane Crowder. Robert's mother was Elizabeth Raiford whose ancestors are traced back to Philip Raiford who came here from England by 1672 and to the Virginia branch of the Picketts."
Later in the piece the, Neymans are mentioned. I've been in contact with a Raiford-Neyman descendant in the past and I'm looking for his address now." (http://genforum.genealogy.com/raiford/messages/381.html)
In reply:
I'd like to know more about this "history of the Haley family of Senatobia" that you mention. I have a few corrections to offer on Isaiah Hatfield HALEY as follows:
Your source states: Isaiah Hatfield Haley (b. June 1821 in Mecklenberg Co., NC), son of Ansel Haley and Mary Hawkins
High of Mecklenberg Co."
Isaiah Hatfield HALEY would have been a grandson of Ansel HALEY and Mary Bethena Hawkins HIGH. Ansel HALEY was born c1760/1770. He can be found in Cumberland Co., NC in 1790 and 1800. Thereafter, the family is in Montgomery Co., NC. I know nothing about their being in Mecklenburg County.
Their son Alsey H. HALEY (or Alsobrook High HALEY), who married Gilly Ann ENGLISH and died in Arkabutla, DeSoto Co., MS, is the person normally cited as father of Isaiah H. HALEY. Alsey is in Knox Co., TN in 1850. He had a daughter Mary Ann (my ancestory) who married Tillman HAYWOOD in Montgomery Co., NC and they are on the Maury Co., TN census in 1850. Isaiah HALEY is in Marshall Co., MS in 1850 where other HALEYs (assumed relatives) lived.
By 1860, the HALEYs and HAYWOODs are in DeSoto Co. (now Tate?), MS where Alsey died.
[Lucy Barron, http://genforum.genealogy.com/raiford/messages/561.html]

Raiford Pitman continued in reply to another post:
Jennifer
Looks like we need to correspond. What part of the country was Robert Raiford from?
Here's what I know about Elizabeth Raiford. She was descended from Philip Raiford who came from Crediton, Devonshire, England prior to 1670. William Russell Raiford refers to him as The Immigrant in his book, THE HISTORY OF THE RAIFORD FAMILY. According to Bill, he arrived between 1666 and 1679. His best estimate is that he came to Isle of Wight County, VA in 1672, however, I've found a record of a land transfer in Patent Book Number 6 where Philip Wrayford is mentioned in a transfer from John Hardie of two tracts of land to various parties on 6 June 1666. It's not clear who got what but that's reportedly the spelling used by Philip. He was born in Crediton in 1649 and was accompanied to VA by his older sister Elizabeth.
Philip married Sarah Kinchen and they had a number of children. There's a lot of information on the children who are outside the line that I'm going to outline here. I'm trying to get you down to the Elizabeth Raiford of 1840 Marshall County, MS.
Philip and Sarah had a son named Philip, birth date unk. who married Martha ? He died in 1748 in Charleston after having first moved to NC with a brother, then selling his land and moving on.
Philip and Martha had a son named Philip (Getting boring isn't it?) who married Judith Weston and died in 1761 in Charleston.
Philip and Judith had a son named Philip Ephraim Raiford d. 1761 Fairfield Co., SC, wife unknown. They had nine children. Elizabeth Raiford was the ninth child. My ancestor, Robert Andrew, was their sixth child. He and Elizabeth were minors when Philip died and are so mentioned in his will.
Robert and Malachi Raiford, the eighth child, immigrated to Jefferson Davis Co., FL, date unknown. Since both were unmarried at the time, I doubt that Elizabeth was with them although she could have joined them after Robert got married to Margaret Bryan Wyche of Thomas Co., GA on 8 May 1834 (date is from some records that Henry Poole, a Wyche descendant, supplied to me). Malachi married Margaret's sister Patience a year later.
Now, here's where some speculation comes in. Brother Thomas (#5) traveled through GA where he married Sarah Caroline Barbee. William D. Raiford (#2) traveled off to parts unknown where he married Elizabeth Lark. James Raiford (#8) was with one or more of the bunch and so was Elizabeth (#9).
The reason that I mention these is the fact that all of them were in Marshall Co., MS for the 1840 census.
Elizabeth married William Wooley (source: TATE COUNTY HERITAGE, published by the Tate County Genealogical Society). Here is where I run into problems. There is mention of an Elizabeth Raiford Wooley whose granddaughter married Isaiah Hatfield Haley, b. NC 1821, who married Elizabeth Raiford Wooley's granddaughter, b. 1825 in Montgomery County.
The Elizabeth Raiford in my line cannot be the same one mentioned in the paragraph above because of the dates, but the family history says that she was a descendant of the same Philip Raiford and that he came to Isle of Wight County prior to 1672.
The Elizabeth Raiford in my line married after coming to Mississippi in 1840. She married William Wooley and they had a daughter named Laura. I have Laura marrying Dr. Isaac Busey from the same Tate County history. This Laura is the right age to have been the Elizabeth Raiford in line's daughter.
So far, I haven't been able to reconcile this but in the Haley family piece, there is mention of a Neyman family. I've been in touch in the past with a Neyman descendant who has a Raiford connection. I have very little on him although he was kind enough to send me the Neyman family tree in GEDCOM. I may have a key to unlocking that mystery now that I've found the Haley-Raiford-Neyman connection.
At the same time that my ancestors were in Marshall County, there were Raifords in eastern Tennessee who were outside of my immediate line, but I surmise came from Virginia or North Carolina and there were Raifords outside of my line in Alabama, and Pike County, Mississippi. From what I've learned, the Pike County Raifords were descendants of Philip Bud Raiford from North Carolina.
(http://genforum.genealogy.com/raiford/messages/456.html)

"Source for Elizabeth's marriage to Wooley is a book entitled THE HERITAGE OF TATE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI published for the Tate Co. Genealogical Society. In the article I referenced, she mentions her lineage from Philip The Immigrant, although she didn't refer to him that way. She was obviously quite proud of her lineage since it was still in the Bucey family oral history in 1980 or so when the book was published."
...
"I have my line down through the present and Thomas W. and William D.'s lines down through the mid 1950s. I have some information from the Tate County, MS history on Elizabeth Raiford and William Wooley. Their daughter Laura married Dr. James L. Bucey. Laura and some other teens of Senatobia. MS's "leading families" scratched their names in the glass of a window in the Perkins House in Senatobia with the date of the party that they were attending there, July 16, 1887. Laura is said to have tipped he scales at around 500 pounds when she died."
[Raiford Pittman, http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?marshall::raiford::433.html]

Elizabeth married John D. WIMBERLEY.52

General Notes: John D. Wimberly married Mary Y. Harris on 20 February 1846 in Marshall County, Mississippi. ["Mississippi, Marriages, 1800-1911," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V28M-2WL : accessed 16 Aug 2013), John D. Wimberly and Mary Y. Harris, 1846.]

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M4LC-765 : accessed 16 Aug 2013), John D Wimberly, 1850. De Soto, De Soto County, Mississippi
John D. WIMBERLY 36 M Farmer GA;
M. G. " 30 F TN
J. C. " 13 M MS;
E. " 11 MS;
A. " 9 M MS;
A. E. " 6 F MS;
E. " 3 M MS;
R. " 1 F MS;
David COBB 25 M Overseer TN

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, DeSoto County, Horn Lake P O; Series: M653 Roll: 581 Page: 170:
1226 1226 J. D. WIMBERLEY 44 M Farmer GA;
M. Y. " 40 F TN;
Emmett " 13 M MS;
Gustus " 18 M Clerk MS;
Rebecca " 12 F MS;
Kate " 10 F MS;
Martha " 8 F MS;
Laura " 5 F MS;
Abner " 10/12 M MS;
Johnathan " 21 M MS

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MD87-NTN : accessed 16 Aug 2013), John Wimberly, . Ward 10, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee.
349 389 WIMBERLY John M 55 Retail Grocer Georgia
-- Mary F 40y Mississippi
-- Rebecca F 21y Mississippi
-- Kate F 18y Mississippi
-- Martha F 17y Mississippi
-- Laura F 14y Mississippi
-- Abner M 11y Mississippi
WORRELL Cornelia F 29y Mississippi

225. Malachi RAIFORD 164 (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1815 in South Carolina and died in May 1851 in Caddo Parish, Louisiana165 about age 36. Another name for Malachi was Malachi RAYFORD.

General Notes: Malachi RAIFORD, Marshall County, and his brothers, Thomas W. and James RAIFORD gave power of attorney to their uncle, William DANIEL, Edgefield County, South Carolina to collect their share of the estate of their brother, John C. RAIFORD of Edgefield County, South Carolina in March 1846. Uncle William DANIEL was the brother of their mother, Elizabeth DANIEL.

The 1850 census of the Northern Division, Marshall County, Mississippi, dated 5 Nov 1850, Series: M432 Roll: 377 Page: 332, shows the family of Malachi and Patience Wyche RAIFORD. Malachi, a farmer is 35, Patience 30, Robert 5, Malachi, Jr. 3 and Susan 2. Their next door neighbor is Malachi's brother, Thomas RAIFORD and his wife, Sarah. Malachi was shot and killed in May 1851. Patience, his widow, remarried in 1852, to J. J. VICKERS.

On 15 January 2015, Ellen Samford provided:
The Evening Post, New York, NY, Thursday, May 29, 1851, Page 2:
"Malachi Rayford, a planter, has been shot dead at Caddo, La., by Henry Holmes, who alleges that the act was done in self-defence."
*****************************************************
From the Times - Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)
May 05, 1852, Page: 2
Henry L. Holmes, charged with the murder of Malachi Rayford, last year, has been tried at Shreveport and found guilty of murder, without capital punishment.
*****************************************************
The above Henry Holmes is listed with Malachi's brother, Robert as overseer in the 1850 U.S. Federal census for Marshall County, Mississippi. In the 1860 Census he is in Baton Rouge, LA, listed as H L Holmes in the penitentiary, serving time for murder.

Malachi married Patience WYCHE,164,165,549 daughter of Littleton WYCHE, Sr. 164 and Susannah MITCHELL,164 on 10 Nov 1834 in Thomas County, Georgia.164 Patience was born on 7 Aug 1820 in Montgomery County, Georgia164 and died after 1 Jun 1880.550

Marriage Notes: The Bible of Thomas C. WYCHE provides "Malachi RAYFORD and Patience WYCHE m. 11/10/1834."

An alternative wedding date: Malachi and Patience were married in Thomas Co., Ga, Jan. 1, 1836 (Source: Thomas Co., Ga. Marriages 1825-1925, by Joe E. Craigmiles III). (Ellen Samford :fstexasrose@yahoo.com, email, 6.11.2005)

General Notes: "Patience WYCHE was born on 7 Aug 1820 in Montgomery County, GA. She was married to Malachi RAIFORD on 4 Jan 1836 in Thomas County, GA. William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. XIV, No. 1, July 1905 lists marriage date as November 10, 1834. Other sources give other dates: The Automated Archives source, CD-3, lists the county as Terrell County, Georgia and the marriage date as January 4, 1836. "Georgia Bible Records", compiled by Jennette Holland Austin, published in 1985, pages 282 - 284, shows the Thomas C. Wyche Bible. Under the heading, "Sheets inserted in Bible" on page 283, is Malachi Rayford & Patience Wyche m. 11/10/1834.

Patience WYCHE and Malachi RAIFORD had the following children: Susan M. RAIFORD was born about 1843 in MS; Robert W. RAIFORD was born about 1845 in MS. R. W. and Malachi were twins; Malachi RAIFORD was born about 1845 in MS. Malachi and R. W. were twins.

Malachi Raiford died about 1850.

"Robert was born July 27, 1844 in Marshall Co., Ms. After the death of his father, his mother appears in the 1860 Hempstead Co., (Arkansas) Federal Census as the wife of J. J.Vickers. Robert is 15 yrs.old here." (Ellen Samford :fstexasrose@yahoo.com, email, 6.11.2005)

Patience later married James Jackson VICKERS on 21 Mar 1852. James Jackson VICKERS was born on 9 Sep 1806 in Wilkinson County, GA. He died on 22 Jun 1886 in LA or AR ?. Patience WYCHE and James Jackson VICKERS had the following children: Hardy VICKERS; Littleton Augustus VICKERS; William Williams VICKERS; Sarah Jane VICKERS." (Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420 http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w25gen.html)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 807 M    i. Robert Wyche RAIFORD 165,551 was born on 20 Jul 1844 in Marshall County, Mississippi,552 died on 9 Nov 1913 in Kent County, Texas at age 69, and was buried in Jayton Cemetery.

+ 808 M    ii. Malachi RAIFORD, Jr. 165 was born in 1847 in Marshall County, Mississippi.

+ 809 F    iii. Susan M. RAIFORD 165 was born about 1848 in Marshall County, Mississippi.

226. Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Sr. 166 (Elizabeth DANIEL44, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 2 Feb 1819 in South Carolina,167 died on 18 Jan 1878 in Marshall County, Mississippi167 at age 58, and was buried in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi.

General Notes: The 1850 census of the Northern Division, Marshall County, Mississippi, dated 5 Nov 1850, Series: M432 Roll: 377 Page: 332, shows the family of Thomas and Sarah Barbee RAIFORD. Thomas, a farmer, is 41, Sarah 23, Elizabeth 5, and Julia 3. Their next door neighbor is Thomas' brother, Malachi RAIFORD and his wife, Patience. Also living in Thomas' household is John WEBB 24 and Elizabeth 20, possibly John's wife or sister.

Sarah died before September 1859 when Thomas married Emily QUIGLEY. The 1860 census shows Mary, Nancy, Thomas W., Jr., and Ellen, age 1, have been added to the family. Considering that Emily is age 1 as of the census she is probably the daughter of Thomas' wife Sarah who may have died in childbirth. Thomas and Emily were married on 22 September 1859, unlikely to have a child aged one.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Oak Grove P O, 28 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 587 Page: 95. 233 231 Thos W. RAIFORD THOS W 51 M W Farmer 23,800 32,750 SC; Emily " 41 F W TN; Elizabeth " 15 F W MS; Julia 12 F W MS; Mary " 10 F W MS; Nancy " 8 F W MS; Thos W. " 5 M W MS; Ellen " 1 F W MS.

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Byhalia P O, 8 September 1870 ; Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 700: 281 281 RAIFORD Thomas 61 M W Farmer 12280 1030 SC; -- Emily 53 F W Keeping house 1000 --TN; -- Julia 22 F W MS; -- Mary 20 F W MS; -- Nannie 17 F W MS; -- Thomas 15 M W MS; -- Emma 11 F W MS.

Thomas Woodward Raiford of Amite County, Mississippi, wrote his Last Will and Testament on 29 September 1830.
To his "beloved son William T. Raiford he bequeathed negroes Nelson, Kissey, Spencer, West, Wellis, Peter, & Eliza.
To his beloved daughter Sarah Ann Raiford he bequeathed negroes Bob, Mary, Stephen, William, Edward, jordan, Alsey & Het.
to his beloved son Thomas h. Raiford he bequeathed negroes Jim, Simon Peter, Watt, Dinah, Anna, Matlida, & Harrison.
Property of sons William T. Raiford and Thomas H. Raiford to be in the care of Philip Kirkland of East Feliciana, Louisiana.
Property of daughter Sarah Ann Raiford to be in the care of Nancy Kirkland of East Feliciana, Louisiana.
Executors: friends James Garner and Wilfor Garner
Witnesses: Sol. Weathersby, Elijah Martin, Philip R. James.
Sworn to on 18 October 1830 by the same witnesses.

Thomas Woodward RAIFORD's grave is indexed in the Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi:
Pg. 48 & 50, Byhalia Cemetery
RAIFORD, Mary M., Nov. 24, 1850-May 18, 1875
RAIFORD, Thos. Woodward, Feb. 2, 1809-Jan 18, 1878 (H)
RAIFORD, Sarah Caroline, Feb. 15, 1827-Feb. 21, 1859 (W)

Thomas married Sarah Caroline BARBEE, daughter of H. G. BARBEE 553 and Ann Neblett OGBURN,553 on 26 Sep 1844 in Shelby County, Tennessee. Sarah was born on 15 Feb 1829 in Clarksville, Tennessee,165 died on 21 Feb 1859 in Marshall County, Mississippi at age 30, and was buried in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi.

Marriage Notes: Sept. 26, 1844 Thomas W. RAIFORD
H. G. BARBEE Security A. F. 1770
Sarah C. BARBEE
[Tennessee State Marriages,1780-2002, page 176. Ancestry.com]

General Notes: "My gggrandfather's brother, Thomas Woodward RAIFORD married Sarah Caroline BARBEE, b. 2/15/1829 in Clarksville, TN, d. 2/18/ 1858 Byhalia, Marshall Co., MS. Her parents, according to the family tree Descendants of William Barbee posted on FTM by Richard Watson. I have most of Thomas and Sarah's descendants down through the 1950s but I suspect that the list is too long for the board.
I also have a journal entry made by a contemporary of hers announcing her death in Marshall Co., MS in 1858. I haven't found her grave yet, but it's in one of the cemeteries near Byhalia." (Raiford Pittman, 4/25/2002)

In the 1850 census, Sarah 23, born in Tennessee, is the wife of Thomas RAIFORD.

"SARAH CAROLINE RAIFORD d/o H. G. and A. N. Barbee, died nr. Byhalia, Marshall Co., Miss., Feb. 21, 1859 aged 32 years; joined MEC 1839 at Wolf River campground in Shelby Co., Tenn." (GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS, THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1857-1860 By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 1997
JANUARY-JUNE 1859, http://www.tngenweb.org/records/tn_wide/obits/nca/nca2-06.htm)

Sarah Caroline is buried by her husband, Thomas in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi. Her birth in 1827 differs from the alternate date above:
RAIFORD, Sarah Caroline, Feb. 15, 1827-Feb. 21, 1859 (W)
RAIFORD, Thos. Woodward, Feb. 2, 1809-Jan 18, 1878 (H)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 810 F    i. Elizabeth B. RAIFORD 554,555 was born on 16 Aug 1845 in Marshall County, Mississippi,201,556 died on 11 Feb 1881 in Marshall County, Mississippi557 at age 35, and was buried in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi.

+ 811 F    ii. Julia Caroline RAIFORD 52,554 was born on 12 Mar 1848 in Marshall County, Mississippi554 and died after 23 Oct 1923.

+ 812 F    iii. Mary Thomas RAIFORD 52,554 was born on 20 Jun 1851 in Marshall County, Mississippi,554 died on 31 Jan 1930 at age 78, and was buried in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi.

+ 813 F    iv. Ann E. RAIFORD 554,556 was born on 21 Sep 1852 in Marshall County, Mississippi.558

+ 814 M    v. Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Jr. 554 was born in Sep 1855 in Marshall County, Mississippi.559

+ 815 F    vi. Emily Addine RAIFORD 52,554,558 was born about 1859 in Marshall County, Mississippi.560

Thomas next married Emily F. QUIGLEY 554 on 22 Sep 1859 in Marshall County, Mississippi. Emily was born about 1819 in Tennessee.

Marriage Notes: Marshall County, MS Grooms 1836-1865 (Raifords)
Thomas W. to Emily F. Quigley, Sept 22, 1859
[Posted by Raiford Pittman, http://genforum.genealogy.com/raiford/messages/378.html]

227. John William DANIEL 172 (Jesse45, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 9 Dec 1810 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died in 1880 in Alabama at age 70.

General Notes: "My grandfather, John Lark Robison, was born in Forest Home, AL, but somehow wound up in Binnsville, MS, with his first cousin, Captain Walter Henry Daniel (who had moved from Wilcox Co to Binnsville, Kemper Co, MS), and whose daughter, Lula Lee, he married. You probably are already familiar with John William Daniel's wife, Sarah Lark Robison." [Gil Robison, email, 11/01/2004]

Sarah Lark Robison, b. February 1, 1818, died May 1, 1887, Wilcox County, AL. Her father: Dr Allen Robison, b, 1788, Edgefield District, SC, d, 1833, Wilcox Co., AL. Her mother: Sarah Grigsby Hill, b. Feb 18, 1796, Edgefield, SC, d. Wilcox Co., AL. "John W. Daniel was married to Sarah Robison on Wednesday the 7th day of November, 1832 by Rev. Benjamin Dulaney" [Capt. Walter H Daniel family Bible, which we have. Gil Robison, email, 11/02/2004]

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Series: M432 Roll: 16 Page: 393: 728 DANIEL John W. 39 M Farmer 500 SC; Sarah 32 F SC; Walter 16 M AL; Samuel 14 M AL: James 13 M AL; Jessee 7 M AL; John 5 M AL; Lodowick 4 M AL; Mary 2 F AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Rehoboth P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 26 Page: 1052: 255 286 J. W. DANIEL 49 M W Farming 4000 3000 SC; Sarah 42 M (sic) SC; James 23 M AL; John 15 M AL; Lodwick 13 M AL; Mary 11 F AL; Thomas 10 M AL; Martha 4 F AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Greenville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 5 Page: 370: 156 157 DAMEL [sic] John 60 M W Farmer 200 200 SC; -- Sarah 52 F W K. house SC.

John married Sarah Lark ROBISON,172 daughter of Dr. Allen ROBISON and Sarah Grigsby HILL,174 on 7 Nov 1832. Sarah was born on 1 Feb 1818 in South Carolina and died on 1 May 1887 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 69.

Marriage Notes: "John W. Daniel was married to Sarah Robison on Wednesday the 7th day of November, 1832 by Rev. Benjamin Dulaney" --Capt. Walter H Daniel family Bible, which we have. (Gil Robison)

General Notes: Sarah Lark Robison, b. February 1, 1818, died May 1, 1887, Wilcox County, AL.
Her father: Dr Allen Robison, b, 1788, Edgefield District, SC, d, 1833, Wilcox Co., AL. Her mother: Sarah Grigsby Hill, b. Feb 18, 1796, Edgefield, SC, d. Wilcox Co., AL. "John W. Daniel was married to Sarah Robison on Wednesday the 7th day of November, 1832 by Rev. Benjamin Dulaney" --Capt. Walter H. Daniel family Bible, which we have. (Gil Robison, email, 11/02/2004)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 816 M    i. Capt. Walter Henry DANIEL, CSA 561,562 was born in Mar 1834 in Alabama,563 died in 1909 in Mississippi at age 75, and was buried in Binnsville Cemetery, Kemper County, Mississippi.

+ 817 M    ii. Samuel DANIEL 562 was born about 1836 in Alabama.562

+ 818 M    iii. Dr. James Allen DANIEL 172 was born on 21 Sep 1837 in Wilcox County, Alabama,562 died on 10 Oct 1920 in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana at age 83, and was buried in Hayes Cemetery, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana.

+ 819 M    iv. Jesse DANIEL 562 was born about 1843 in Alabama.562

+ 820 M    v. John DANIEL 172 was born about 1845 in Alabama.

+ 821 M    vi. Lodowick Hill DANIEL 172 was born on 17 Feb 1847 in Wilcox County, Alabama,564 died on 18 Jul 1925 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana at age 78, and was buried in Craig Cemetery, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

+ 822 F    vii. Mary DANIEL 172 was born about 1848 in Alabama.562

+ 823 M    viii. Thomas B. DANIEL was born on 27 Aug 1850 in Wilcox County, Alabama, died on 25 Dec 1924 in Louisiana at age 74, and was buried in Greenwood Memorial Park, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

+ 824 F    ix. Martha DANIEL 172 was born in 1856 in Alabama.

228. Walter S. DANIEL (Jesse45, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1813 in South Carolina and died after 1834.

General Notes: Walter S. DANIEL received a full distributed share of his father's estate in 1834. A statement in a family history by Johnson Bland MOBLEY indicates that Walter "died young", but he is estimated to have been about 21 in 1834. Walter died unmarried per a note in "The Hills of Wilkes County, Georgia, and allied families" by Lodowick Johnson Hill, b. 166.

229. Rev. Thomas Sumter DANIEL 170,173 (Jesse45, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1815 in South Carolina170 and died on 27 Aug 1877 about age 62. Another name for Thomas was Sumter DANIEL. He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: Thomas Sumter DANIEL was the son of Jesse DANIEL and Martha BOND. He became a Methodist minister, but never married.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 39: 606 606 H. H. HILL 52 M W Planter SC; Martha S. HILL 56 F W SC; William M. HILL 22 M W Medical student SC; Lovic S. HILL 17 M W SC; Susan HILL 15 F W SC; Thomas S. DANIEL 35 M W Meth't Preacher 6,000 SC. (Martha's son by her first husband,Jesse DANIEL)

1870 U.S. Census Edgefield County, South Carolina, Saluda Div., 31 Aug 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1495 Page: 539: "DANIEL, Thos. S. 50 M W Preacher of the Gospel 2000 1000 SC". Thomas lives with Abram VANSANT 30 M W Farmer 1280 300 SC. This census indicates Thomas was born about 1819, a discrepancy in age in that Thomas's father died before 6 June 1816. Just a census error?

The obituary search list at the Wofford College Sandor Teszler Library contains:
"Daniel, Rev. Thomas Sumter
OD [Obituary Date]: 9/4/1877
DD [Date of Death]: 8/27/1877
[Location of obituary] v40, #36, p142, c2"
[http://www.wofford.edu/sandorteszlerlibrary/archives/archiveobituary.aspx]

230. Mary Lucretia DANIEL 173,176 (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 6 Feb 1807 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, died on 20 Jan 1837 in Saluda County, South Carolina at age 29, and was buried in Ridge Spring Cemetery.

General Notes: Lucretia, the first child of James DANIEL and Mary "Polly" HILL, was named for her father's mother, Lucretia BELL. She and her brothers and sisters were named in her father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

Lucretia DANIEL became the second wife of Artemus WATSON. She is buried in the Watson family enclosure in the Ridge Spring Cemetery, Ridge Springs, Saluda County, South Carolina as is Artemus. Her headstone provides "In memory of Lucretia D., wife of Artemus Watson. Born 2/6/1807, Died 1/20/1837".

"What's more, my grandmother Mary Lucretia DANIEL had been a descendant of Martha JEFFERSON, President JEFFERSON's great-aunt." (Bone by Bone, Chapter One)

Mary married Artemus WATSON,173 son of Elijah WATSON, Sr. 193 and Chloe Elizabeth WIMBERLY,193,540 circa 1823. Artemus was born on 14 Mar 1801, died on 14 Sep 1841 in Saluda County, South Carolina at age 40, and was buried in Ridge Spring Cemetery.

General Notes: Artemus WATSON is buried in the Watson family enclosure in the Ridge Spring Cemetery, Ridge Springs, Saluda County, South Carolina, as are his wives, Elizabeth and Lucretia D. (DANIEL). His stone states "In memory of Artemus Watson, Born 3/1/1801, Died 9/14/1841".


Children from this marriage were:

+ 825 M    i. James Daniel WATSON 173 was born on 29 Jan 1825, died on 11 Feb 1886 in Saluda County, South Carolina at age 61, and was buried in Ridge Spring Cemetery.

+ 826 F    ii. Eleanor E. WATSON .173

+ 827 F    iii. Mary Katherine WATSON 566,567 was born about 1828 in South Carolina567 and died before 1 Jun 1870.568

+ 828 F    iv. Sophie WATSON 173 was born on 15 Jan 1830 and died on 17 Jul 1850 at age 20.

+ 829 M    v. Elijah Daniel WATSON 173,569 was born on 9 Aug 1833 in South Carolina.

+ 830 F    vi. Sarah "Sally" A. WATSON 173,570 was born on 9 Aug 1833 in South Carolina, died on 31 Jul 1882 at age 48, and was buried in Bland Family Cemetery #1, Edgefield, South Carolina.

+ 831 F    vii. Amanda WATSON .173

+ 832 M    viii. Americus WATSON .173

+ 833 F    ix. Elizabeth WATSON .571

231. Mary DANIEL (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1807 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died before 1839.

General Notes: Mary was a daughter of James DANIEL and Mary "Polly" HILL. She and her brothers and sisters were named in her father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

Mary became the wife of Stanmore WATSON.

Mary married Stanmore WATSON.,173 son of Elijah WATSON, Sr. 193 and Chloe Elizabeth WIMBERLY,.193.,540 Stanmore was born on 11 Jun 1805 and died on 24 Mar 1849 at age 43.

General Notes: Stanmore WATSON married first Mary DANIEL, daughter of James DANIEL and Mary "Polly" Hill. Mary died before 1839 when Stamore remarried.

Some post that Stanmore's second wife was Mary HUTCHISON; others post that she was Elizabeth HUTCHISON. There were two children born to the second marriage.

232. Catherine DANIEL (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1809 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Catherine was a daughter of James DANIEL and Mary "Polly" HILL. She and her brothers and sisters were named in her father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

233. William Washington DANIEL (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1811 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died circa 1818 in Edgefield County, South Carolina about age 7.

General Notes: William Washington DANIEL and his brothers and sisters were named in his father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

William is said to have "died young."

234. Martha Sarah DANIEL (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1812 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Martha Sarah DANIEL and her brothers and sisters were named in her father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

Martha Sarah married DENT.

Martha married Unknown DENT.197

235. Susan Caroline DANIEL (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1814 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Susan Caroline DANIEL and her brothers and sisters were named in her father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

SPECULATION: This may or may not be Susan Caroline DANIEL, daughter of James DANIEL and Mary "Polly" HILL. John B. DANIEL may or may not be the son of William B. DANIEL and Elizabeth WYLIE, as named in the 1860 census. William B. or Elizabeth are yet to be found in the 1870 census. Susan Caroline is a cousin of John B. DANIEL. Another case of the toll of the War Between the States?
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 31: 481 DANIEL Susan 52 F W Keeps House 100 SC; LEE Delphia 30 F W Domestic Servant SC; DANIEL, John B. 14 M W Domestic Servant SC; LEE Edward H. 7 M W SC

236. James Lodowick DANIEL (James46, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1815 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died circa 1820 in Edgefield County, South Carolina about age 5.

General Notes: James Lodowick DANIEL, called "Jimmie", was a son of James DANIEL and Mary "Polly" HILL. He was born about 1815, named James after his father and Lodowick after his grandfather, Lodowick HILL.

Jimmie and his brothers and sisters were named in his father's 1816 LW&T: "I will to my lawful children that is; Lucretia, Mary, Wm Washington, Martha Sarah, Susan Caroline & James Lodowick DANIEL,..."

Jimmie" DANIEL is said to have "smothered in cotton seeds as a child" and thought to have died about 1820.

237. Catherine MARSH (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1802 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died on 12 Jul 1824 in Wilcox County, Alabama about age 22.

General Notes: Catherine MARSH married Uriah GRIGGSBY on 4 March 1824 in Wilcox County, Alabama. She died four months later. Catherine is buried in the MARSH Family cemetery there, her grave marked as "Mrs Catherine Grigsby Died July 12, 1824 Age 22".

Catherine had a relationship with Uriah GRIGGSBY on 4 Mar 1824 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama.572 This couple did not marry. Uriah was born about 1800. They had no children.

Marriage Notes: Uriah GRIGGSBY & Catherine MARSH with Isaac C. PERKINS, Sec. W. FLUCKER, M.G. Cert. 3/4/1824. 573

General Notes: WILCOX COUNTY, AL Marriage Records 1820 - 1826, compiled by Melba Goff Allen
(http://www.prairiebluff.com/algenweb/wilcox/marriage.htm)
GRIGGSBY, Uriah & Catherine MARSH with Isaac C. PERKINS, Security, W. FLUKER MARRIEDG. Cert. 3-4-1824
GRIBBSBY (GRIGGSBY?), Uriah & Latitia POWELL. J.W. BRIDGES, Security, & William FLUKER, MARRIEDG. Cert. 2-9-1826

238. Rev. Edmund MARSH 178 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 20 Oct 1804 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, died on 7 Jun 1831 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 26, and was buried in Marsh Family Cemetery.

General Notes: This marriage record shows MARSH, Edmund/Elizabeth BONES, 27 Mar 1827, Wilcox County, Alabama, Source FHL Number 1290214, Dates 1820-1866.

1830 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Southern District; Series: M19 Roll: 3 Page: 162:
Edman (sic) MARSH 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 || 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0. One male under 5 (Edmond, Jr.), two males 20-30( Edmond and unkonwn), one female 15-20 (Elizabeth). The second male may be one of Edmond's brothers.
Two names away is Alexander PERRYMAN 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 || 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. One male 20-30 (Alexander), one female under 5 (Unknown), one female 15-20 (Martha). Edmund MARSH is the brother of Alexander's wife, Martha A. MARSH.

Edmund died before 28 July 1831, the date that Will Book 1 (p. 133) records Elizabeth MARSH appointed Admin. of Edmund MARSH's estate.

Two records indicate that his son Edmund (Jr.) was born in early to mid 1830, the 1830 census and the 1850 census where he is shown as 19 years of age and living with his grandfather, Bryant MARSH, age 75, in Wilcox County.

Edmund MARSH is buried in the Marsh Family Cemetery in Wilcox County, Alabama. His grave is marked "Edmund Marsh M.D. Oct 20, 1804 - June 7, 1831".

Edmund married Elizabeth BONES, daughter of Samuel BONES 574 and Elizabeth --?--,575 on 27 Mar 1827 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama.572 Elizabeth was born after 1809.178

Marriage Notes: Edmund MARSH & Miss Elizabeth BONES by J. HADDEN, J.P. Edmund MARSH & James BUTLER, security. 3/27/1827. 576

General Notes: "Page 160: Edmund MARSH, who intermarried witth Elizabeth BONES, daughter of Samuel BONES, deceased and one of the legatees of John BONES, deceased, petitioned the Court for distribution. The Court ordered Burwell B. BENNETT and Elizabeth BONES, Sr., guardians of Elizabeth MARSH, Sarah M., John, and Samuel BONES, children of Samuel BONES, deceased and legatees of John BONES, deceased, to pay Edmund MARSH one-fifth of the real and personal property and allot Burwell B. BENNETT in right of his wife, Mary J. BENNETT, formerly Mary J. BONES one-fifth. 9 Oct 1827."
"Page 133. Elizabeth MARSH was appointed Admx. of Estate of Edmund MARSH, deceased with Burwell B. BENNETT and Burgess BENNETT, security. 14 June 1831."
"Page 116. LW&T of Sarah M. BONES of Wilcox Co. Leaves to her mother, Elizabeth BONES, 3 negroes. To her uncle, Robert S. MILLING for his medical attention $300. Names sisters Mary Jane BENNETT and Elizabeth MARSH, brother, John H. BONES and nephew Jerome BENNETT. Appoints Burwell B BENNETT and Elizabeth BONES (mother?), executors of LW&T. Signed 28 Jan 1832. Wit: Jacob HINKLE, Burgess BENNETT and R.L. MILLING. Proven 19 Mch. 1832" ("Records of Wilcox County Alabama" by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1988 [R976.138 C.1 REC]


The child from this marriage was:

+ 834 M    i. Edmund MARSH was born about 1830.178

239. Bryan MARSH, Jr. 173 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1806 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died in Jul 1862 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama about age 56. He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: Bryant MARSH was the Assistant Marshal in Wilcox County. In addition to preparing the 1860 U.S. Census enumeration for the Western Division, he also prepared the 1860 Mortality Schedule, Wilcox County, AL 437 435 Page No. 2, SCHEDULE 3.--Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in Western Division in the County of Wilcox, State of Alabama, enumerated by me, Bryant MARSH, Ass't Marshal.
Bryan MARSH is listed as owning 10 slaves according to the 1860 Slave Schedule for the Western Division, Wilcox County, Alabama.
Bryan wrote his will on 25 March 1862 dying no long afterwards. He left "all of my estate" to his brother Stephen MARSH and appointing his brother Stephen as the executor of the estate.
Family history says he never married.

240. Dr. William Daniel MARSH 179 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1808 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died about 1873 in Enterprise, Clarke County, Mississippi about age 65.

General Notes: Dr. William Daniel MARSH was born about 1808 in Edgefield, South Carolina.

"Page 18. William D. MARSH was appointed Guardian of Edmund MARSH, minor ward of the Orphans Court of Wilcox Co. William D. MARSH, M (W?). F. DANIEL & B. MARSH, security. 11/4/1841." Edmund was the son of William Daniel MARSH's brother, Edmund who died in 1831. "M.F.", likely William Francis, DANIEL, a cousin, and Benjamin Franklin MARSH were the parties to this Guardianship.

DB O, P 155-156, 20th December, 1849 State of Alabama Dallas County: William D. & Wife, Eleanor B, MARSH of Dallas County, Ala to Hinchey WARREN of Conecuh Co, Ala -a total of 1,120 Acres land in Dallas Co, located in Sect, 21, Sect. 20, Sect. 17, and Sect. 16, T/S 15, Range 7 for $11,600.00. Eleanor B. MARSH relinq. dower rights before A. C. JACKSON, JP (LS) Wits: Jeremiah REVIS A. J. MARTIN Filed for record, 7th May, 1851 by Thos. G. RAINES, Judge O C.

Wilcox Co Alabama DB J P 425 Jan. 24, 1850 State of Alabama Conecuh County: Hinchey WARREN & wife Mary M WARREN of Conecuh Co. Ala to William D. MARSH - land described above in deed of C. M. PEGUES to Hinchey WARREN -total of 1700 acres in Wilcox Co- for the sum of $7,000.00. Mary M WARREN relinq. dower rights.

In the 1850 U.S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, "565 Wm. D. (William Daniel) MARSH 42 M Farmer 10,000 SC"and wife "Eleanor 40 F SC" are listed without children. William's next door neighbor is his brother,"564 Stephen MARSH 34 M Farmer 7,000 SC" who is living with his wife "Mary 34 F Ga", children: "Robinson 11 M Ala" and "Stephen 10 M Ala", and "Larkin? CARTER 34 M Farmer Ala". The slave census of 4 Nov 1850 for Wilcox County, Alabama shows William D. MARSH with 49 slaves.

The 1860 U.S. Census Slave Schedules for Clarke County, Mississippi (NARA microfilm series M653, Roll 596) includes the name MARSH, W. D., 82 slaves, page 507B. (Source: University of Virginia Geospatial and Statistical Data Center. United States Historical Census Data Browser. ONLINE. 1998. University of Virginia. Available: http://fisher.lib.virginia.edu/census/.)

In the 1860 U.S. Census for Clark (sic) County, Mississippi, Enterprise P.O., 21 June 1860, page 52, "345 W. D. (William Daniel) MARSH 51 M X Physician & Planter 30,000 (R.E.) 82,265 (P.E) SC"and wife "E. T. (Eleanor Threewits) 49 F X SC" are listed without others in the household. On the same page is "S. R. OLIPHANT 31 M Physician and wife L.L. 26 and three children: W.D. 9, R. G. 7, and S.R. 5. (NOTE: An S. R. OLIPHANT, M.D., is the President of the Board of Health and Ex Officio Recorder who signed Bridget Anna Hackett HERLIHY's Certificate of Death in 1895 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Bridget was the second wife of Timothy HERLIHY, great-great-grandfather of this compiler. The OLIPHANT family is related to the NICHOLSON, THREEWITZ and (O')DANIEL family in South Carolina in the late 1700s and early 1800s. It would be interesting if S. R. OLIPHANT was related to these families because Carmen SWANSON, great-granddaughter of Timothy HERLIHY and his first wife, Catherine FITZGERALD, married into the (O')DANIEL family (James Ulmer DANIEL) in 1936 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Your compiler is Carmen's eldest son Robert Louis Daniell)

William Daniel MARSH died about 1873 in Enterprise, Clarke County, Mississippi.

William married Eleanor Fitzpatrick THREEWITS, daughter of Llewellyn Williamson THREEWITS and Catherine DANIEL, about 1830. Eleanor was born in 1810179 and died in Mississippi.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 835 M    i. John Llewellyn Threewits MARSH 52 was born on 18 Sep 1830 in Wilcox County, Alabama, died on 29 Aug 1840 in Wilcox County, Alabama581 at age 9, and was buried in Marsh Family Cemetery.

241. Martha A. MARSH 180,181 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born between 1810 and 1815 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died in 1887 in Conecuh County, Alabama.

General Notes: Martha A. MARSH was born between 1810 and 1815. Her marriage to Alexander PERRYMAN was published in the Selma Courier, issue 1-1-1829: "Married, at Prairie Bluff, on the evening of the 3rd inst., by the Rev. J. A. BUTLER, Alex. TERRYMAN (sic), of Conecuh county, to Miss Martha, daughter of Capt. Bryan MARSH, of Wilcox county." (Miscellaneous Alabama Newspaper Abstracts --- Vol 1, page 91. (Record in files. RLD.)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 110, p. 194:
Mrs. Alleen Boykin CLARK. DAR ID Number: 109621, Born in Meridian, Miss., Wife of Edwin McCord CLARK. Descendant of William DANIEL, as follows:
1. Thomas Hardy BOYKIN (1862-1903) m. 1885 Katherine SMITH (b. 1863).
2. Benjamin Brown SMITH (1818-82) m. 1862 Eliza PERRYMAN (b. 1829).
3. Alexander PERRYMAN (1805-67) m. 1828 Martha MARSH (1810-87).
4. Bryan MARSH (d. 1851) m. 1805 Martha DANIEL (d. 1848).
5. William DANIEL m. Lucretia BELL (1757-1822).
William DANIEL (1747-1807) was a soldier under General SUMPTER, South Carolina Line. He was born in Centreville, Va.; died in Edgefield District, S. C. (DAR record provided by John R. Clarke, email, 8/02/2002. RLD)

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Clarke County, Energy P O; Series: M593 Roll: 726 Page: 752: PERRYMAN Sam 19 M W Telegraph operator 3000 2000 AL; 1203 1138 -- Martha 55 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mattie 26 F W AL; -- Emma 23 F W AL; -- Viola 21 F W AL; -- Mose 24 M B AL. Martha is not indexed as a head of family in this census, but the family visitation number is on her line.

Cotton cases before U. S. Court of Claims. Sixth report of special commissioner Martha A. Perryman vs. the United States. No. 3231. 1878. Local Call Number 345.41/Un3c/1878/6th (Mississippi Department of Archices and History)

In the 1880 Census of Liberty County, Texas is Martha A. (Daniel) PERRYMAN, widow of Alexander Doniphan PERRYMAN. 1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Liberty County, Liberty NW-Pct; Series: T9 Roll: 1317 Page: 262: 174 175 RICHARDSON Mary J. W F 48 Wd Keeping House SC SC SC; -- Joseph R. Son W N 8 Son S At home SC IRE SC; -- Robert W. W M 32 Bro in law S Retired Merchant IRE ENG IRE; PERRYMAN Martha A. W F 69 Boarder Wd SC NC SC; ARCHIE Francis B F 18 S Domestic Servant LA VA SC; BROWN John B M 25 S Farm Laborer LA GA TX.
Martha's daughter, Viola, 26, single, also lives in Liberty County, in the home of Dr, James P. and Sallie P. COOKE(COOK?), named as their cousin.

NOTE: Martha's relationship to this Mary J. RICHARDSON, if any, is not discovered. One researcher posted: "The exact relationship to this family is uncertain, but it may exist through Mary J. McDOWELL who married James Madison RICHARDSON in Greenville, South Carolina in 1876. PROBLEM: Son Thomas b. 1878 not here, son Joseph 4 years older than the marriage date. RATIONALE: All other information on Martha is correct. Both PERRYMAN and RICHARDSON surnames connect through marriage with the William DANIEL family of Edgefield, South Carolina." This cannot be true. James Madison RICHARDSON and wife, Mary J. McDOWELL, and children are named in the 1880 and 1900 censuses in Greenville, South Carolina. RLD)

Martha married Alexander Doniphan PERRYMAN,181 son of Mumford DeJarnette PERRYMAN and Elizabeth TRAVIS,181 on 5 Dec 1828 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama.572 Alexander was born in 1807 in Edgefield District, South Carolina,181 died in 1867 in Conecuh County, Alabama at age 60, and was buried in Enterprise Cemetery, Clarke County, Mississippi.

Marriage Notes: Alexander PERRYMAN & Martha A. MARSH by James A. BUTLER, J.P. Alexander PERRYMAN & Joseph S. RYAN, security. 12/5/1828. 582

General Notes: Alexander Doniphan PERRYMAN married Martha A. MARSH, daughter of Capt. Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL on December 5, 1828 in Wilcox County, Alabama. By the 1830 census, Alex and Martha had a daughter.

1830 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Southern District; Series: M19 Roll: 3 Page: 162:
Alexander PERRYMAN 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 || 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. One male 20-30 (Alexander), one female under 5 (Unknown), one female 15-20 (Martha).
Two names away is Edman (sic) MARSH 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 || 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0. One male under 5 (Edmond, Jr.), two males 20-30( Edmond and unknown), one female 15-20 (Elizabeth). The second male may be one of Edmond's brothers. Edmund MARSH is a brother of Alexander's wife, Martha A. MARSH.

The children of Alexander and Martha PERRYMAN, from a study of various postings and censuses from 1830 to 1930, are presented below. Postings on Internet sites indicate as many as 14 children. A study of the censuses indicates eleven or less children.
1. Abt 1829, Elizabeth Maria daughter under 5 in 1830 and 10-15 in 1840, in the 1850 and 60 censuses as "E. M. TALIAFER(R)O." "Eliza SMITH 48 AL SC SC" in 1880. There are only two female children listed in 1840, one 10-14, and one under 5.
2. Abt 1831, Edmund, d. 1833. No record?
3. Abt 1835, Edmund, so named for his deceased brother. No record, not in the 1840 census?
4. Abt 1836, William D., Male under 5 in 1840 census, age 14 in 1850.
age 14 in the 1850 census. 5. Abt 1837, Maria. No record?
5. Abt 1838, Martha A., age 11 in the 1850 and 20 in the 1860 census. (Named "Mattie", age 26 in 1870, age 33 in 1880, and age 78 in the 1920 census?)
6. Abt 1840, Gustams, died as an infant. No record? The 1840 census records only one male child, under 5, William D.
7. Abt 1840, Bryant W., age 9 in the 1850 census.
8. Abt 1843, Alex Travis, age 7 in the 1850 census.
9. Abt 1846, Catherine Emma, age 4 in the 1850, C. E. age 14 in 1860, Emma, age 23 in 1870, Catherine WOOLRIDGE age 55 in 1910, and Emma WOOLRIDGE age 75 in the 1920 census.
10. Abt 1848, Elizabeth Viola, age 2 in the 1850 census, named as "E. V." age 11 in 1860, Viola, age 21, in the 1870 census.
11. Abt 1851, "S. R." age 9 in 1860, Samuel, age 19 in the 1870, and Samuel R. in the 1880 census.

QUESTIONS REMAIN about the two sons named Edmund, both may have died before 1840. The 1840 census shows one son, age under 5, William D., corresponding to the 1850 and 1860 censuses. SPECULATIVELY, in the 1860 census of Tensas Parish, Louisiana, there is an "E. B. PERRYMAN" age 28, born in Alabama, living in the home of A. T. W. ALEXANDER 36 AL. "E. B." might be "Edmund Bryant" a combination of the first names of Martha's brother who died in 1831 and her father, Capt. Bryant MARSH. IF SO, where was he in the 1840 and 50 censuses?

1840 U.S. Census, Alabama, Conecuh County, Southern Division; Series: M704 Roll: 2 Page: 264:
Alexr PERRYMAN 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 || 1* 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fourteen slaves. One male under 5, (William D.); one male 20-30, (Alexander,age 33, should in 6th column, census error?); one female under 5, (Martha A.); one female 10-15, (Elizabeth or Maria); one female 20-30, (Martha MARSH).
*Spurious marks make it look like something other than one?
Alexander's age may cause a pause; however, right place, right name, while age suspect.
John D. TRAVIS, 20-30, lives ten homes away.
Jeptha W. PERRYMAN family on page 266.

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Conecuh County; Series: M432 Roll: 3 Page: 385:
788 788 Alexander PERRYMAN 43 M Attorney at Law 500 SC; Martha " 39 F SC; Martha A. " 11 F AL; Catherine E. " 4 F AL; Elizabeth " 2 F AL; Wm D. " 14 M AL; Bryant W. " 9 M AL; Alex T. " 7 M AL. (In order as listed in the enumeration.) Next door is Alexander's mother:
789 789 Elizabeth PERRYMAN 79 ~ 800 SC; Barrat S. " 36 M SC; James RAY 30 M Overseer AL.

SLAVE OWNERS IN CONECUH COUNTY, ALABAMA 1850 Slave Schedule, Slave Inhabitants in the County of Conecuh, State of Alabama US Census Office ,7th Census, 1850 Slave Schedules for Alabama: Cherokee, Choctaw, Clarke, Coffee, Conecuh, Coosa, Covington, Dale, Dallas Counties, Microfilm Sutro 35, microcopy M-436, Box # 18: Alex PERRYMAN, Elizabeth PERRYMAN, Alex TRAVIS, John TRAVIS (among many listed) (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/conecuh/census/1850/slave_schedule_1850.txt)

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Clarke County, Enterprise; Series: M653 Roll: 580 Page: 634: 321 321 A. PERREYMAN (sic) 50 M X Farmer 50,000 75,000 SC; M. A. PERERYMAN (sic) 45 F X SC; M. A. " 20 F X AL; B. M. " 18 M X Student of medicine AL; A. T. " 16 M X AL; C. E. " 14 F X AL; E. V. " 11 F X AL; S. R. " 9 F (sic) X AL; E. M. TALIFARO 27 F X --- 25,000 AL.

Alexander Doniphan PERRYMAN died in Conecuh County, Alabama in 1867 according to Internet postings. However, he was in Clarke County, Mississippi in 1860 and his widow and family live there in 1870 when his son, Sam PERRYMAN, 19, is apparent head, living with Martha, 55, keeping house, and three daughters, Mattie (Martha A.), 26, Emma (Catherine Emma), 23; and Viola (Elizabeth Viola), 21.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 836 F    i. Elizabeth Maria PERRYMAN 173,584,585 was born on 4 Sep 1829 in Wilcox County, Alabama,178,584 died on 23 Mar 1926 in Warren County, Mississippi at age 96, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Lauderdale County, Mississippi.

+ 837 M    ii. Edmund PERRYMAN 173 was born about 1831 and died circa 1833 about age 2.

+ 838 M    iii. Edmund PERRYMAN 173 was born about 1835 and died before Jun 1840.

+ 839 M    iv. William D. PERRYMAN 173,181 was born about 1836 in Alabama.181

+ 840 F    v. Martha A. PERRYMAN 181,586 was born in Nov 1839 in Alabama587 and died after 1919.588

+ 841 M    vi. Gustams PERRYMAN 586 was born circa 1840 in Alabama and died circa 1842 about age 2.

+ 842 M    vii. Bryant M. PERRYMAN 173,181,589 was born about 1841 in Alabama.181

+ 843 M    viii. Alexander Travis PERRYMAN 173,181 was born about 1843 in Alabama.181

+ 844 F    ix. Catherine Emma PERRYMAN 173,181 was born in Apr 1846 in Alabama590 and died after 1 Apr 1930.591

+ 845 F    x. Elizabeth Viola PERRYMAN 181,586,589,592 was born about 1848 in Alabama181,592 and died after 1919.588

+ 846 M    xi. Samuel R. PERRYMAN 173,591,593 was born in Aug 1855 in Alabama593,594 and died after 1 Apr 1930.591

242. Stephen MARSH 179 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1816 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died before 1870.182

General Notes: Stephen MARSH married Mary A. "Treacy" ROBINSON on 23 January 1838. Their two sons, Robinson and Stephen, were born before 1841. Treacy died not long after Stephen was born.

Stephen remarried to Mary A, PLEDGER. She is named in the 1850, 60, and 70 censuses, and appears to have not had children.

In the 1850 U.S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, "564 Stephen MARSH 34 M Farmer 7,000 SC" is living with his wife "Mary 34 F Ga", children: "Robinson 11 M Ala" and "Stephen 10 M Ala", and "Larkin? CARTER 34 M Farmer Ala". Stephen's next door neighbor is his brother, "5565 Wm. D. (William Daniel) MARSH 42 M Farmer 10,000 SC"and wife "Eleanor 40 F SC".

In the 1860 U.S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, Western Division, 3 Oct 1860, Prairie Bluff P. O., page 74 (Series: M653 Roll: 26 Page 1188): "626 622 Stephen MARSH 43 M Farmer 16,000 (R. E.) 59,365 (P. E.) SC" is living with his wife "Mary A. MARSH 34 F Geo", and son "Stephen MARSH 19 M Ala", and "Larkin? CARTER 34 M Farmer Ala." The family of (621 618) Sarah BRYAN 48, Sanford ?. Bryan 33, Joseph H. BRYAN 31, Penina? L. BRYAN 18, and Ellen W. BRYAN 16 are close by; as are (620 617) D. Josephine MARSH, widow of Stephen's brother, Benjamin MARSH, and her three children: Orline 9, Ione 7, and Thomas F. 5.

Stephen MARSH owned 50 slaves ranging in age from one to 80 years of age according to the 1860 Slave Schedule for the Western Division, Wilcox County, Alabama.

Stephen is not named in the 1870 census and has likely died. His wife, Mary A. is living alone next door to her brother-in-law, John P. MARSH.

Stephen married Mary A. "Treacy" ROBINSON on 23 Jan 1838 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama.595 Mary was born about 1816 in Georgia and died about 1840 about age 24.

Marriage Notes: "Stephen MARSH & Treacy ROBINSON 1/23/1838 by B. DULANEY with Stephen MARSH & John P. FAIRLY, security."

Children from this marriage were:

+ 847 M    i. Robinson MARSH 179 was born about 1839 in Alabama.

+ 848 M    ii. Stephen W. MARSH 179,596 was born about 1840 in Alabama.

Stephen next married Mary Ann PLEDGER 182 after 1840. Mary was born about 1816 in Georgia182 and died after 1870.

General Notes: Mary Ann PLEDGER was the second wife of Stephen MARSH, married after 1840. Mary A. MARSH 53 F W None 4000 300 GA is named on the 1870 census for Wilcox County, Alabama. Apparently widowed, she lives next door to her brother-in-law, John P. MARSH and his family.

243. Julia Emma MARSH (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1819 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama, died about 1901 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana about age 82, and was buried in Phillips Chapel, Benson, Louisiana.

General Notes: Julia Emma PEARSON was a ntive of Camden, Alabama.
Philip's Chapel was first known as Philip's Chapel Methodist Church (previously Episcopal) moved to Mansfield after 1900.

Julia married Benjamin Waller PEARSON, son of John J. PEARSON and Jane Mahony HARRIS, on 21 Jul 1835 in Montgomery, Greene County, Alabama.597 Benjamin was born about 1815 in Warren County, North Carolina and died after 1880 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana.

Marriage Notes: PEARSON, Benjamin W MARSH, Julia Jul 21 1835 (GREENE COUNTY, AL MARRIAGES 1823 - 1860, http://www.rootsweb.com/~alpicken/greene/p.html)

General Notes: Benjamin Waller PEARSON (Jane Mahoney 'Jenny' Harris, [Daughter] Mahoney, William) was born Abt. 1815 in Warren Co., NC, and died Aft. 1860 in Desoto Par., LA. He married Julia E. MARSH 21 Jul 1835 in Greene Co., AL, daughter of Bryant MARSH. She was born Abt. 1819 in AL, and died 1901 in Desoto Parish, Louisiana. Moved from Alabama to Desoto Parish, Louisiana and was the largest slave holder in the Parish. (Linda Jean Marsh)
He was a native of a native of Raleigh, North Carolina.

1860 U.S. Census, Louisiana, De Soto Parish, Mansfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 410 Page: 912: 645 669 B. W. PEARSON 44 M W Farmer 30,000 34,000 NC; Julia E. 40 F W "Illegible"; Marsha 23 F W "Illegible"; Fannie 16 F W; Adelaid 15 F W; Benjamin 14 M W; Byron 12 M W; Emma 10 F W; Eugenia 8 F W; Joseph 6 M W; Infant 2 F W [Roseline. RLD]

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, De Soto Parish, 4th Ward, Pleasant Hill P O: Series: M593 Roll: 511 Page: 544: 114 114 PEARSON, G. W. (B.W., correct) 54 M W Farmer 2780? 1000 NC; J. E. (Julia Emma) 50 F W Keeping House AL; (Cont'd pg 545) J.J. (Joseph. J.) 17 M W Farm Laborer LA; J. E. (Julia Emma) 17 F W LA; Eugenia 15 F W LA; Rosaline 12 F W LA
Florence 8 F W LA (8, not 3. RLD)

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, De Soto Parish, 4th Ward; Series: T9 Roll: 542 Page 293 (Family History Library Film 1254452 NA Film Number T9-0452 Page Number 293C): B. W. PEARSON Self M Male W 62 NC Farmer NC NC; J. E. PEARSON Wife M Female W 59 AL Keeping House SC SC; J. J. PEARSON Son S Male W 28 LA Farmer NC AL; J. E. PEARSON Dau S Female W 30 LA At Home NC AL (Julia Emma, 27?); F. F. PEARSON Dau S Female W 18 LA At Home NC AL.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 849 F    i. Martha Jane PEARSON was born about 1837.

+ 850 F    ii. Eleanor PEARSON was born about 1839.

+ 851 F    iii. Mary Frances "Fannie" PEARSON 598 was born in 1840 in Fort Jessup, Sabine Parish, Louisiana598 and died after 1890.

+ 852 M    iv. Francis PEARSON was born about 1841.

+ 853 F    v. Adelaid PEARSON was born about 1843.

+ 854 M    vi. Benjamin PEARSON was born about 1846.

+ 855 M    vii. Byron PEARSON was born about 1847.

+ 856 F    viii. Julia E. PEARSON was born about 1848.

+ 857 F    ix. Emma PEARSON was born about 1850.

+ 858 F    x. Eugenie PEARSON was born about 1852.

+ 859 F    xi. Rosamond PEARSON was born about 20 Oct 1853-1855.

+ 860 M    xii. Joseph J. PEARSON was born about 1854 and died on 6 Jun 1863 about age 9.

+ 861 M    xiii. James H. PEARSON was born about 1858.

+ 862 F    xiv. Florence PEARSON was born circa 1862 and died in 1934 about age 72.

244. James MARSH 173 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1821 and died circa 1822 about age 1.

General Notes: James MARSH is named as a son of Bryant and Martha Daniel MARSH. He is said to have "died young".

245. John Perry MARSH 183 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 12 Dec 1824 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama, died on 25 Apr 1900 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 75, and was buried in Pledger Cemetery.

General Notes: In the 1850 U.S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, "John P. MARSH 25 M Farmer 5,000 Ala""and wife "Julia B. [for V.] 23 F" are listed with one child "John" 10/12 M Ala", and in the household of Julia's parents, "887 Wm. H. PLEDGER 72 M Farmer 4,000 SC" and wife "Sarah 68 F SC."
Curiously, "Larkin CARTER 35 M Farmer Ala" is listed in this household as well. A "Larkin CARTER 34 M Farmer Ala" is listed in John's brother Stephen MARSH's household in this same census.

The 1860 Slave Schedule for the Western Division of Wilcox County, Alabama lists John P. MARSH with 52 slaves.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Canton; Series: M593 Roll: 45 Page: 196: 142 142 MARSH John P. 46 M W Farmer AL Blind; -- J. V. 43 F W Keeps house 12,000 300 AL; -- John P. Jr. 20 M W Farmer AL; -- Sally H. 18 F W None AL; -- Mary 15 F W At school AL; -- Wm 13 M W At school Al; -- Bryant 11 M W At school AL; -- Roselle 9 F W AL; -- Jenny 5 F W Al; -- Maggie 2 F W AL.
Next door is 143 143 MARSH Mary A. 53 F W None 4000 3000 GA.
On the other side is Page: 195 141 141 MATHEWS W. T. 66 MW Farmer 40,000 3000 ____ Island; -- E. R. 55 F W K(eeping house) NH; -- Elizabeth 25 F W N(one) AL; -- W. T. jr. 23 M W Farmer AL; -- Hattie 15 F W N(one) AL; (next page, 196) MATHEWS Lilly 11 F W At school AL; PIGURS M. S. 40 F W None AL; -- Molly 18 F W Teacher AL; -- Dolly 17 F W None AL; -- Charles 16 M W Works at saw mill AL; -- Harry 5 M W AL.

The 1870 census for Wilcox County shows John P. MARSH and family, wife, J. V., and children John P., Jr. 20, Sally H. 18, Mary 15, William 13, Bryant 11, Rosalie 9, Jenny 5, and Maggie 2.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Prairie Bluff; Series: T9 Roll: 35 Page: 454: 79 79 MARSH John P. W M 57 M Farmer AL NC SC; -- Julia V. W F 53 Wife M Keeps house AL AL AL; -- William P. W M 23 Son S Farm laborer AL AL AL; -- Bryan E. W M 21 Son S Farm laborer AL AL AL; -- Virginia L. W F 15 Dau S At home AL AL AL; -- Julia E. W F 3 GrDau At home AL AL AL.

John Perry MARSH and his wife Julia Valinda PLEDGER are buried in the Pledger Cemetery (Geo Coordinates 320158N 0872233W) in Wilcox County, Alabama. Graves are marked a:s JOHN P MARSH//BORN DEC 12, 1824//DIED APR 25, 1900 and JULIA V MARSH//BORN MAY 20, 1827//DIED SEP 23, 1913.

John married Julia Valinda PLEDGER,183 daughter of Colonel William Henry PLEDGER 183 and Sarah STROTHER,183 on 26 Apr 1849 in Wilcox County, Alabama.599 Julia was born on 20 May 1827 in Alabama,600 died on 23 Sep 1913 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 86, and was buried in Pledger Cemetery. Another name for Julia was Josephine MARSH.600

General Notes: In 1900, Julia Valinda Pledger MARSH, a widow, is living in the household of Frank Shropshire TAIT and her daughter Margaret MARSH. Also there are Rosa MARSH, Julia's daughter, and three ARRINGTON children, nieces and a nephew of Frank and Margaret. This census data names Julia as Josephine, but all data there indicates it is indeed Julia Valinda.

The 1910 census records that Julia has had 12 children, five living. Nine are known to this compiler.

Julia Valinda PLEDGER and her husband John Perry MARSH are buried in the Pledger Cemetery (Geo Coordinates 320158N 0872233W) in Wilcox County, Alabama. Graves are marked as JOHN P MARSH//BORN DEC 12, 1824//DIED APR 25, 1900 and JULIA V MARSH//BORN MAY 20, 1827//DIED SEP 23, 1913.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 863 M    i. John MARSH 183 was born about Feb 1850 in Wilcox County, Alabama.183

+ 864 F    ii. Sally H. MARSH 182 was born about 1852 in Wilcox County, Alabama.

+ 865 F    iii. Mary MARSH 182 was born about 1855 in Wilcox County, Alabama.

+ 866 M    iv. William P. MARSH 182 was born in 1858 in Wilcox County, Alabama, died in 1934 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 76, and was buried in Old Canton Cemetery.

+ 867 M    v. Bryant E. MARSH 182 was born in 1860 in Wilcox County, Alabama, died in 1919 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 59, and was buried in Old Canton Cemetery.

+ 868 F    vi. Rosalie MARSH 182 was born in Apr 1864 in Wilcox County, Alabama,600 died in 1938 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 74, and was buried in Old Canton Cemetery.

+ 869 F    vii. Virginia L. MARSH 182 was born about 1865 in Wilcox County, Alabama.182

+ 870 F    viii. Margaret Lena MARSH 182 was born on 8 Feb 1868 in Wilcox County, Alabama,182,600 died on 31 Oct 1959 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 91, and was buried in Canton Bend Methodist Church Cemetery.

+ 871 F    ix. Julia E. MARSH was born about 1877 in Wilcox County, Alabama.

246. Benjamin Franklin MARSH 177 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1827 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama and died circa Nov 1857 in Mansfield, Desoto Parish, Louisiana about age 30.

General Notes: In the 1850 U. S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, "898 B. F. MARSH 23 M Ala" and wife "Dorothy 18 F Ala" is the next door neighbor of Bryan MARSH, his father.
* LOUISIANA - DESOTO PARISH - DEED (CONVEYANCES) RECORDS *
*****************************************************************Date Book/Page Grantor Grantee Type
06/11/1844 D/7(2) Bryan Marsh Julia E Pearson Slave
1856 H/152(2) T F Burgin B F Marsh Land
11/28/1857 G/309(2) D J Marsh B F Marsh Ext Invty
01/11/1858 H/641(2) B F Marsh Sucsn J E Lewis Land
01/11/1858 H/643(2) B F Marsh Sucsn W G Hale Land
12/27/1858 I/142 C.P. Knighton J W Nolan Land
03/16/1859 G/508 D J Marsh B F Marsh Ext Invty
LOUISIANA - DESOTO PARISH - PROBATE (SUCCESSION) RECORDS, 04-05-1858, Vol.10, page 312 Dorothy J. MARSH appointed adm. of B. F. Marsh estate.
D J Marsh B F Marsh Ext Invty Tutorship of Minors of B F Marsh - Tutor's Bond. Mrs Dorothy Josephine Marsh is confirmed as natural tutor of her minor children to wit Orline, Jone, Thomas Franklin Marsh Uphrasia Mesedora Marsh issue of her marriage with B F Marsh, deceased and that the amount of inventory in the succession of said B F Marsh, decd in which the minors are interested is $29,370.00 on MAR, 03, 1859 -- Deed (Conveyances Records) Book G Page #508
In 1860, D. Josephine MARSH is shown as a head of house with her three children.

Benjamin married Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS,177 daughter of William Thomas MATHEWS, Sr. and Dorothy HANDLEY, before 1850. Dorothy was born about 1831 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama177 and died after 1880 in Wilcox County, Alabama.601

General Notes: Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS married Benjamin Franklin MARSH. He died in 1857, leaving her a wealthy widow.

Desoto Parish Probate Records (Succession), Vol. 10, Page 312, 4 May 1858 show that Dorothy J. MARSH was appointed adminitrix of B. F. MARSH's estate.

"Tutorship of Minors of B. F. Marsh | The State of Louisiana Parish of DeSoto - Be it known that Mrs. Dorothy Josephine Marsh has been confirmed and recognized as natural tutor of her minor children to wit: Orline Marsh, Ione Marsh, Thomas Franklin Marsh, Uphronia Medora Marsh issue of her marriage with B. F. Marsh deceased And that she has taken the Oath as required by law as suchand I also certify that the inventory in the succefsion of B. F. Marsh the father deceased of Said Minors Amounts to Twenty Nine Thousand three hundred and Seventy Dollars - asappears from the Inventory taken in Said Succefsion. Given under my hand and the Seal of Said Court on this 26th day of November A.D. 1857 - Signed, (illegible?) Clerk Said Court. The above is atrue record from the "illegible?" filed and recorded November 28th 1857 S. F. Smith recorder." (Source: DeSoto Parish, Louisiana Mortgage/Conveyance Book G, pages 309&310)
- Tutor's Bond, 03/16/1859 G/508 D J MARSH B F MARSH Ext Invty)

Dorothy Josephine MARSH is listed in the 1860 U.S. Census of Wilcox County, Alabama as "620 617 D. Josephine MARSH 28 F 340 Ala". She is the head of household with 3 children: "Orline MARSH 9 F Ala", "Jone MARSH 7 F Ala", and "Thomas F. MARSH 5 M Ala". After the death of her husband, she moved back to Wilcox County, Alabama. Desoto Parish Probate records from 02-09-1860 12/43 indicate D. Josephine MARSH writes to the court from Wilcox County, Alabama. Additional records from11-26-1860 (12/480) and 12-08-1860 (12/501) refer to proceedings and a record from 12-10-1860 (12/502) refers to Camden,Wilcox County, Alabama court proceedings.

According to the 1860 Slave Schedule for the Western Division of Wilcox County, Alabama, D. Josephine MARSH owns 52 slaves.

At some point after 1860, Josephine returns to Desoto Parish Louisiana. Before 12 August 1867, Dorothy Josephine Mathews-MARSH remarried to Charles P. KNIGHTON/NIGHTIN in 1867.

The 1880 census for Caddo Parrish, Louisiana shows D. J. KNIGHTON in the household of H. D. DAVIS, 39, and wife, M. O. DAVIS, 28. "D. J." is listed as Mother, 48, born in Alabama. From this it appears that "M. O." is her daughter, Orline.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 872 F    i. Orline Jane MARSH 602 was born about 1850 in Alabama.

+ 873 F    ii. Iona Joni MARSH was born about 1852 in Alabama.

+ 874 M    iii. Thomas Franklin MARSH was born about 1856 in Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama, died on 15 May 1928 in Benson, Desoto Parish, Louisiana about age 72, and was buried in Phillips Chapel Methodist Church, Mansfield, Louisiana.

+ 875 F    iv. Uphronia Medora MARSH was born about 1857.

247. Lucretia MARSH 173 (Martha DANIEL47, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1823 and died circa 1824 about age 1.

General Notes: Lucretia is named as a daughter of Bryant and Martha Daniel MARSH. She is said to have "died young".

248. Pvt. Richard Johnson HATCHER, Sr., C.S.A. 49 (Mary DANIEL48, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 5 May 1820 in Edgefield County, South Carolina49 and died on 14 Sep 1895 in Callahan County, Texas at age 75.

General Notes: Richard Johnson HATCHER was the son of Mary DANIEL and her Jeremiah HATCHER of Edgefield County, South Carolina.

In Camden Cemetery, Wilcox Co., AL: "A Brothers Tribute To the memory of Catharine Amelia HATCHER Born in Edgefield So. Ca. 7th December 1826 and departed this life at Camden, Alabama the 19th December 1844. Aged 18 years, and 11 days. Affectionate, kind, and a pious Christian she died. My sister I live for thee. B.J.H." (Note: R. J. H. was her brother's initials. RLD)

1850 U.S. Census Alabama, Dallas County, Carlowville Beat 17 Oct 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 4 Page: 254: 305 R. J. HATCHER 30 M Wheel Wright NC; S. H. 26 F SC; A. M. 3 F AL; R. J. 1 M AL; Mary 62 F 800 SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1294 Page: 408: Richard J. HATCHER 41 M W Dentist SC; Sarah 34 F W SC; Amelia 12 F W AL; Richard 11 M W AL; Mary? 8 F W AL; Bennett 3 M W TX; Josephine 7/12 F W TX. Next door is next door is John T. DANIEL 21 M W AL, son of William Francis who lives the other side of John T. William is Richard's half brother, with whom their mother Mary HATCHER lives.
Page 407 348 355 DANIEL W F 45 M W SC Farmer 9475 52925?; Josephine E. 25 F W TN; Francis R. (Riddle?) 15 M W AL; Martha E. 12 F W AL; Wm D 4 M W TX; cont'd pg - ????? DANIEL 3 M W TX; Leonard 1 M W TX; Mary HATCHER 72 F W 6700 SC. (W. F.'s first wife, Frances RIDDLE died in 1852. The three youngest children should be by Josephine LOVE.)

Texas State Militia - 19th Brigade
The nine Freestone County state militia companies:
The "Braxton Bragg Cavalry" Privates:
Jno. F. Goodwin (John F. Goodwin Co. D, 10th TX Inf. Reg.)
T. B. Grayson (Dr. Thomas Blackmon Grayson)
Beat #1 Privates:
T. B. Grayson (Thomas B. Grayson)
R. J. Hatcher [Richard Johnson]

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1586 Page: 104: 158 158 Mariah WALKER 75 F W TX; WALKER E. 10 F W TX; HATCHER R. J. 50 M W Farmer 1250 489 SC; -- R. J. 20 M W AL; -- A. A. 22 F W AL; -- M. C. F W AL; -- Bennett 13 M W TX; -- Wm 3 M W TX.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, 1-Pct; Series: T9 Roll: 1304 Page: 473: 321 328 HATCHER R. J. W M 60 M Farmer SC SC SC;
-- Sarah W F 50 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- Amelia A. W F 32 Dau At home AL SC SC;
-- William W M 12 Son Works on farm TX SC SC;
HOLLOWAY C. O. W M 36 Boarder Laborer NY NY NY. (Richard Johnson HATCHER is Leonard DANIEL's half uncle.)
Same page:
313 320 DANIEL L. [Leonard] W M 21 1 * Farmer TX SC TN; -- Mary W F 18 Wife M * Keeping House AL AL AL. (*Married within the year.)
Next door:
314 321 BLACKMON Wm W M 53 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Mary W F 47 Wife M Keeping house GA NC SC. (Related? Martha C. GRAYSON, daughter of Mary Ann Caroline BLACKMON, married John T. DANIEL, Leonard's half-brother.)

This newspaper obituary, provided by Dona Henderson, which may have been published in the Frost Star, Navarro County, Texas, was dated September 14, 1895, and written by R. J. Hatcher, Jr. in memory of his father, Dr. Richard Johnson Hatcher, Sr.:
"It is indeed a solemn and painful duty to pay the last sad tribute of love and respect to the cherished memory of a parent, -- our earthly Father, but such is the task of the son who is due this Father a debt he can never repay.
Richard Johnson Hatcher was born in Edgefield District, So. Carolina, May 5, 1820, and departed this life at the home of his daughter, Mrs Mary C Morgan, in Baird, Texas Sept 14, 1895, at 11:30 o'clock A.M., aged seventy-five years four months and nine days. His Father, Jeremiah Hatcher, who lost a leg in the service of his country during the Revolutionary War, and was sheriff of Edgefield District for a number of years, died when he was only seven years old. His widowed Mother taught him early in life to realize the great responsibility that would soon rest upon him. He grew up a steady and useful boy and when only fourteen years of age he was sent by his Mother to Alabama with a large sum of money on his person. Two years later he brought his Mother's slaves through Georgia to Wilcox County, Alabama, then a wilderness country inhabited mostly by Indians. Being a dutiful and obedient son, he lived with his Mother and very skillfully managed her business until he became twenty-five years old, at which time he settled in Carlowville, Dallas Co., Alabama, and opened up an extensive wood and blacksmith shop.
On the 14th day of January 1847 he was married to Miss Sarah Hays Bennett, daughter of Major John S Bennett, and niece of ex Governor Thomas Bennett of South Carolina. About the year 1850, he moved to Cahauba [sic, Cahaba], Alabama and entered the drug business in connection with the practice of dentistry, his chosen profession. Fortune seemed to smile on him in this new business, but being a man who was true to his friends, and one who could not turn a deaf ear to the appeals of the needy, he soon became involved in security debts which completely broke him up financially, having to sell out everything he then possessed, in addition to forty-seven slaves belonging to his wife. Then with a few old family servants he came to Texas, settled in Freestone County, May 6, 1856, where he lived a quiet and peaceful life until about five years ago when he moved to Baird, Texas to make his home with his only living daughter.
On the 6th day of November 1880, death entered his household and snatched from his embrace his dear companion. He continued to live at his old homestead with the writer and his oldest daughter for two years after the death of his wife. He then became dissatisfied, broke up housekeeping, living with his married children. But the cruel monster death would not stay its hand and on the 13th day of July, 1889 death entered his family circle again claiming his victim, his oldest daughter, Annie Amelia. This death stroke caused a scar that never healed, and gradually declining in spirit and health he peacefully passed away while taking his usual morning nap, without a struggle, and seemingly without pain, and without the knowledge of a single member of the family, he fell asleep in the arms of his blessed saviour.
He was a consistent member of the Baptist church, and as he grew older his faith in his redeemer seemed to grow brighter and his love more perfect. My Father was not only a good and honest man, but was a Christian. We feel lonely -- lonely because we have no death Father to write us letters of consolation and advice when we are bowed down in trouble, no more will we read: "may God bless you, my son, I pray for you daily." Yes, we are lonely for we know we had a good Father -- a Christian Father, but we feel lonely because he is gone; but we thank God he lived and died a Christian and was honored and respected by all who knew him. Goodbye Father, may your mantle fall on the writer and may my days be like yours." R J Hatcher, Jr.

Richard married Sarah Hayes BENNETT,49 daughter of John S. BENNETT and Martha UNKNOWN, on 9 Jan 1847 in Dallas County, Alabama. Sarah was born on 29 Aug 1826 in Charleston County, South Carolina604 and died on 6 Nov 1880 in Freestone County, Texas at age 54.

Marriage Notes: DallasCo, AL County Court Records, File #1289627 - 1289629 Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wmhatch1&id=I21142#s4


Children from this marriage were:

+ 876 F    i. Annie Amelia HATCHER 49 was born on 17 Nov 1847 in Dallas County, Alabama49 and died on 13 Jul 1889 in Texas at age 41.

+ 877 M    ii. Judge Richard Johnson HATCHER, Jr. 49,603 was born on 11 Oct 1849 in Dallas County, Alabama,49 died on 28 Jul 1908 in Navarro County, Texas at age 58, and was buried in Frost Cemetery.

+ 878 F    iii. Mary Claudia HATCHER 603,605,606 was born on 5 Sep 1851 in Dallas County, Alabama,603 died on 5 Oct 1931 in Taylor County, Texas at age 80, and was buried in The Old Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas.

+ 879 M    iv. Jeremiah HATCHER was born on 25 Sep 1853 in Dallas County, Alabama and died on 11 Jul 1854 in Dallas County, Alabama.

+ 880 M    v. Rev. Bennett HATCHER 603 was born in Feb 1858 in Freestone County, Texas,607 died on 11 Nov 1934 in San Bernardino County, California at age 76, and was buried in Hillside Memorial Park.

+ 881 F    vi. Josephine HATCHER 603 was born on 14 Nov 1859 in Freestone County, Texas603 and died before 1870.

+ 882 M    vii. William Simpson HATCHER 608 was born on 3 Sep 1866 in Freestone County, Texas,609 died on 9 Dec 1940 in Bexar County, Texas at age 74, and was buried in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas.

249. Mary Ann Daniel HATCHER 185,186 (Mary DANIEL48, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 10 Jul 1822 in South Carolina, died on 15 Dec 1910 in Freestone County, Texas at age 88, and was buried in Fairfield Cemetery.

General Notes: Mary Ann Daniel HATCHER married John Washington BLACKMON on 4 December 1845 in Wilcox County, Alabama. Their son Thomas G. was born in October 1846 in Wilcox County. They moved to Hancock County, Mississippi before 1850, then on to Freestone County, Texas in the early 1850s, joining her siblings and a number of in-laws.

John Washington Blackmon died 27 October 1860. Mary's obituary says he died in the War between the States.

"Mary A. D. and her son, Thomas, reside in Freestone County, Texas in the Fairfield P. O. District where she and John lived in 1860."
1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1586 Page: 87: BLACKMON M. H. [Mary Daniel Hatcher] 42 F W Farmer 2600 500 SC; Thomas 22 M W Farmer 400 900 AL.

Mary Ann Hatcher Blackmon is buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 18191470:

MRS. MARY A.
BLACKMON
BORN
JULY 10, 1822
DIED
DEC. 15, 1910

Obituary: "In Memory of Mrs. Mary D. Blackmon. Mrs. Mary D. BLACKMON was born on the 10th day of July, 1822, in the village of Edgefield, Edgefield District, South Carolina. She died at the home of her son, Thomas G. BLACKMON, at Teague, Texas, on the 15th day of December, 1910; thus being 88 years, 5 months, and 5 days old. Her maiden name was Mary D. HATCHER. On the 4th day of December, 1845, she was united in marriage to John W. BLACKMON. She and her husband came to Texas from Wilcox County (Alabama) in 1848. Her husband died in the war between the States. To this union only one child was born, the said son, T. G. BLACKMON. Mrs. BLACKMON was a member of the Baptist Church, having joined the same at the age of 18. The deceased belonged to that type of whom so much has been written - she was part of that Southland which lives in history, in tradition, in song and story. With her, grace and hospitality and courtesy were natural. Whether friend or stranger, to be at her home was to be wher you at once realized you had a welcome. A glorious rest to this mother of the South. Her life was a most excellent example to others. Nearly half a century ago her husband said good-bye, and she knew that no tidings would come to tell of the long, long journey he was on; war spread far and wide over her country and the "death angel spread his wings on the blast;" the darker days of reconstruction followed, but with unfailing love, with unfaltering faith, and with undiminished hope, she kept on toward that city whose builder and maker is God. What a life, and what an example - nearly a century did her pilgrimage last. She had seen trouble, and was not unaquainted with sorrow, but as the years grew old, the eyes of faith grew stronger; and when the summons came, the smiles of love and hope were still bright as in the far away morning of youth. Thank God for such an example as this. More than 70 years in the service of the Lord; more than three score years and ten, scattering faith and charity and mercy and kindness and love to brighten the lives of those who are tottering through this storm-troubled world of ours. Sweet be her rest, sweet and lasting be the smiles that she gathers from the Paradise of God; and unfailing peace and boundless joy, as true as the promises of God, and as boundless as His own eternity, may they be her portion over there. A FRIEND. (This obituary, received from Lynn Rice, was transcribed by Robert Louis Daniell from a copy of a newspaper clipping that did not name the paper and is undated.)

Mary married John Washington BLACKMON,185 son of Thomas BLACKMON, on 4 Dec 1845 in Wilcox County, Alabama. John was born on 7 Aug 1818 in South Carolina, died on 27 Oct 1860 in Navarro County, Texas371 at age 42, and was buried in Sweatman Cemetery, Navarro County, Texas.

Marriage Notes: http://www.paynedaniel.com/williamo'/d5.htm#i97

General Notes: John Washington BLACKMON married Mary A. Daniel HATCHER about 1845. Their son Thomas was born Before 1850, they moved from Alabama to Hancock County, Mississippi, then to Freestone County, Texas the year their son Thomas was born in Alabama.

1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hancock County, beat no. 2; Series: M432, Roll: 372 Page 62:
285 292 John W Blackman 31 M Merchant 250 SC
Mary A D " 26 F SC
Thomas G " M 4 AL

From this excerpt of the administration of the estate of Thomas BLACKMON in Wilcox County, Alabama, it is believed that this John Washington BLACKMON was the son of Thomas and sister of Mary who married S. G. GRAYSON:
"1. Received of J. E. Gullette and B. F. Blackmon Administrators of the estate of Thomas Blackmon, deceased, one negro man named Adam valued at one thousand dollars, it being my share of the personal property of said estate of Thomas Blackmon upon final settlement and division. January 9, 1851 Signed J. W. Blackmon" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/wilcox/wills/tblackmon.txt?o_xid=9872&o_lid=9872&o_xt=9872)

The Texas Scholastic Census, 1854 to 1855 Freestone County, Texas Enumeration of the Free White Population Between the Ages of Six and Sixteen Years in Freestone County A.D. 1855 lists the children in John W. BLACKMON's home: Thomas BLACKMON, John GOODWIN, and Jesse GOODWIN. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/census/sch1855.txt)

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1294 Page: 424: BLACKMON J W 42 M W Farmer 2000 16495 SC; M. A. D. 38 F W SC; Thomas S. 13 M W AL; GOODWIN John F. 20 M W AL; Jefelonica* H. 15 F W AL; William 11 M W AL. [*The "Jeffie" GOODWIN who married Stephen Augustus DANIEL in Freestone County on 1 March 1865?]

Find A Grave Memorial# 121589238 lists the burial of "Jno. W. Blackmon" in Sweatman Cemetery, Navarro County, Texas. He was born 7 August 1818 in South Carolina, died 27 October 1860 in Navarro County, Texas.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 883 M    i. Thomas G. BLACKMON 185 was born on 4 Oct 1846 in Wilcox County, Alabama,610 died on 11 Aug 1916 in Freestone County, Texas at age 69, and was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

250. Catherine Amelia HATCHER (Mary DANIEL48, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 7 Dec 1826 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, died on 19 Dec 1844 in Wilcox County, Alabama at age 18, and was buried in Camden Cemetery.

General Notes: In Camden Cemetery, Wilcox Co., AL: A Brothers Tribute To the memory of Catharine Amelia HATCHER Born in Edgefield So. Ca. 7th December 1826 and departed this life at Camden, Alabama the 19th December 1844. Aged 18 years, and 11 days. Affectionate, kind, and a pious Christian she died. My sister I live for thee. B.J.H. (Note: These initials must have been R. J. H., Catherine Amelia's brother was Richard J. HATCHER. RLD) Removed from time, yes youthful saint His mighty arm has hid thee from the storm From sin from sorrow and from pain From each deluding charm. Thy pious wish thy pure desire From earth to Heaven is gone. Death's unrelenting hand destroyed Ere half thy worth was known. A MOTHER

251. Jesse B. DANIEL 188 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1824 in South Carolina.188

General Notes: Jesse B. DANIEL was a son of Stephen DANIEL and Matilda H. DANIEL. He was born in South Carolina. His family moved from Edgefield District, South Carolina to Chambers County, Alabama between 1834 and 1836. His father died between 1838 and 1840. His family moved to Warren and Hinds County, Mississippi before 1850.

Jesse has been found with both "B." and P." as a middle initial.

In 1850, Jesse B. DANIELS [sic], 26, and brother, S. A. [Stephen Augustus], 21, live together in Hinds County, Mississippi which borders Warren County. A sister, Emeline, born about 1827, lives with her mother. The three were born in South Carolina. Their births fit the age brackets of Matilda's family in the 1840 census of Chambers County, Alabama.
1850 U.S, Census, Mississippi, Hinds County; Series: M432 Roll: 372 Page: 156: 559 459 [sic, 559] Jesse B. DANIELS [sic] 26 (b. abt 1824) M . Atty 500 SC; Mary E. " 26 F MS; Charles " 3 M AR; William 11/12 M MS; Stephen A. [Augustus] " 21 (b. abt 1829) M Mcnt [Merchant?] SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, McLennan County, Bold Springs P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1300 Page: 421:
82 82 J. P. DANIELS 36 M Lawyer 1000 5280 SC;
Jessie " 8 M Maine [sic];
Thomas " 10 M MS.
Also in McLennan County; Series: M653 Roll: 1300 Page: 391:
481 481 S. A. DANIEL 27 M Stock raiser 4429 1700 SC; Daniel KANE 16 M Stock tender MS; --Jose --- 12 M Mu TX.
Is this S. A.'s brother, Jesse B. from Hinds County, Mississippi in 1850? IF SO, what happened to wife Mary E. and sons Charles and William?

United States, Civil War Soldiers Index for J. B. DANIELS
Name: J. B. DANIELS
Also Known As: J. P. DANIELS
Event: Military Service
Rank In: Sergeant
Rank Out: Sergeant
Rank Out Note:
Side: Confederate
State (or Origin): Texas
Military Unit: 10th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Locke's)
Military Unit Note:
Company: D
Company Note:
General Note: Original filed under J. P./DANIELS
NARA Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Texas. NARA Publication Number: M227, NARA Roll Number: 9, Film Number: 880022]

Jesse married Mary E. --?-- 188 about 1846. Mary was born about 1826 in Mississippi.188

Children from this marriage were:

+ 884 M    i. Charles DANIEL 188 was born about 1847 in Arkansas.188

+ 885 M    ii. William DANIEL 188 was born in 1849 in Mississippi.188

252. Emeline DANIEL 187 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1827 in South Carolina.187

General Notes: Emeline DANIEL was a daughter of Stephen DANIEL and Matilda H. DANIEL. She was born in South Carolina and is named in the home of her widowed mother in the 1850 census of Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. Her family moved from Edgefield District, South Carolina to Chambers County, Alabama between 1834 and 1836. Her father died between 1838 and 1840. Her family moved to Warren and Hinds County, Mississippi before 1850.

253. Pvt. Stephen Augustus DANIEL, Mexican War 189,190 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 9 Sep 1829 in South Carolina,189,190 died on 31 Mar 1909 in Freestone County, Texas191 at age 79, and was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

General Notes: Stephen Augustus was a son of Stephen and Matilda H. BOND. He was born in South Carolina. His family moved from Edgefield District, South Carolina to Chambers County, Alabama, between 1834 and 1836. His father died there between between 16 December 1839 and 6 March 1840. His family moved to Warren and Hinds County, Mississippi before 1850.

Stephen A. Daniel filed a pension application for his service in the Mexican War, 1846-1848, also known as the Mexican-American War, and the Invasion of Mexico. He served as a private in Company A, 1st Ga. Vols. On 23 April 1888 Stephen applied for a Mexican War pension, application number 19169, certificate number 16619, under provision of Act dated 29 Jaunary 1887. Texas. Pension commenced 13 April 1907, Class Reis, Rate 20, Certificate date 20 June 1907. Transferred from Knoxville, Tenn. Died 31 March 1909. [This is the death date on his headstone.]

Before 1850, Matilda and her children moved to Warren and Hinds County, Mississippi. She is age 45, in the 1850 census of Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. S. A. DANIELS [sic], 21, and his brother, Jesse B., 26, live together in Hinds County which borders Warren County. A sister, Emeline, born about 1827, lives with her mother. The three were born in South Carolina. Their births fit the age brackets of Matilda's family in the 1840 census of Chambers County, Alabama.

1850 U.S, Census, Mississippi, Hinds County; Series: M432 Roll: 372 Page: 156: 559 459 [sic, 559] Jesse B. DANIELS [sic] 26 (b. abt 1824) M . Atty 500 SC; Mary E. " 26 F MS; Charles " 3 M AR; William 11/12 M MS; Stephen A. " 21 (b. abt 1829) M Mcnt [Merchant?] SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, McLennan County, Bold Springs P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1300 Page: 421:
481 481 S. A. DANIEL 27 M Stock raiser 4429 1700 SC; Daniel KANE 16 M Stock tender MS; --Jose --- 12 M Mu TX.
Also in McLennan County; Series: M653 Roll: 1300 Page: 391: 82 82 J. P. DANIELS 36 M Lawyer 1000 5280 SC;
Jessie " 8 M Maine; Thomas " 10 M MS.
Related? "Jesse B."? Is this S. A.'s brother, Jesse B. from Hinds County, Mississippi in 1850? Where are Jesse's wife Mary E. and sons Charles and William from the 1850 census?

"At the close of the Civil War, Stephen Augustus Daniel brought his sisters to Freestone County to farm. He was born in Edgefield District, South Carolina September 9, 1829. He and his family lived awhile in Georgia and when a mere boy, he volunteered in the Mexican War of 1845; he was a member of Company A, First Reg., Georgia Vol. Infantry. He was also an ex-Confederate Veteran [*], and at one time served under Robert E. Lee... Finally the war ended and Stephen returned home. The South suffered such destruction and opportunities were so few that Stephen left S. Carolina once again. He headed for Texas and eventually settled in Freestone Co. A few months later, he married Jeffie Goodwin in Fairfield on March 1, 1868..." [Mrs. Bobby Daniel in History of Freestone County, Texas, Vol. 1, p. 335]
[*Re: Stephen Augustus' Confederate Service: "you have Stephen August Daniel listed as a Confederate Veteran. The head verification genealogist for the Texas Division of the SCV is a close friend of ours. He spent two days (with all his access to a vast store of various genealogy websites paid for by the SCV) was unable to find him on any muster rolls, pension requests, or pay stubs. There is no evidence anywhere that he was a veteran of that war. In discussing this amongst many friends within the SCV, and therefore Confederate history enthusiasts, about why a 29 year old single man in Texas might have not joined, we have concluded that the most likely reason he did not join because the 1860 census lists him as a stock raiser. If he was single and without children then he likely had no one to care for his farm/ranch and his stock and therefore was unable to leave it. Also, it is possible that he might have been a member of the Texas militia (not associated with the Confederate army) or the Home guard. Neither of these kept as good of records as the Confederate army did. April Barnett, 29 Apr 2016]

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1586 Page: 11: 1 1 DANIEL S. A. 40 M W Farmer 3000 780 SC; -- Jeffie 25 F W Keeps house AL; -- S. A. 5/12 M W TX; -- A. [Adeline] M. 25 F W School teacher AL; -- M. [Martha] E. 28 F W At home AL; ANDERSON James 50 F B Cook GA; GRANBERY Henry 21 M B Drives wagon GA; -- Laura 16 F B Keeps house MS; WILLIAMS Harriett 25 F B Works on farm MS; -- Westley 8 M B TX; -- Ned 4 M B TX; GOODWIN C. W. 22 M W Drives wagon --- 680 AL; -- Elbert 20 M W Drives wagon --- 680 AL; GILBERT N. 33 M W House carpenter --- 100 AR.
Who is "Collie" Daniels, 11 households from Stephen Augustus in 1870?
1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1586 Page: 11: 12 12 DANIELS Collie 60 M W Farmer 800 200 SC; -- Sarah 45 F W Keeps house SC; -- James 12 M W Works on farm TN; -- C. A. 8 M W TN; SMITH Fla___ 7 F W TN; -- Archa 10 M W Works on farm TN.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Pct 8; Series: T9 Roll: 1304 Page: 599: 54 56 DANIEL S. A. W M 50 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Jeffie W F 35 Wife M Keeping house AL AL AL; -- A. S. W M 10 Son S TX SC AL; -- C. F. W M 8 Son S TX SC AL; -- A. L. W M 6 Son S TX SC AL; -- W. F. W M 4 Son S TX SC AL; -- J. E. W M 2 Son S TX SC AL; -- M. W F 1/12 May Dau S TX SC AL.

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Pct 8; Series: T623 Roll: 1636 Page: 283: 174 175 DANIEL Steven A. Head W M Sept 1829 70 M 32 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Jeffie Wife W F June 1844 55 M 32 9 8 AL AL AL; -- Augustus Son W M Feb 1870 30 Wd TX SC AL Merchant General Mdse; -- Charles F. Son W M June 1871 28 S TX SC AL Carpenter; -- Walter F. Son W M Aug 1875 24 S TX SC AL Farmer; -- Matty Belle Dau W F May 1880 20 S TX SC AL; -- Elmer Son W M Mar 1882 S TX SC AL Farm laborer; -- Jessie P. Son W M Apr 1884 16 S TX SC AL Farm laborer; -- Estella GrDau W F Nov 1894 5 S TX TX TX; -- Mabel GrDau W F Apr 1897 3 S TX TX TX.

Stephen Augustus and Jeffie share the same monument in Fairfield Cemetery. His inscription is on the south side of the monument, and Jeffie's is on the north side of the monument. A picture of his side of the headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 19458777:

S. A. DANIEL
BORN
SEPT. 9. 1829
DIED
MAR. 31, 1909
----
Gone to a better land.

NOTE: Stephen's date of death in the History of Freestone County, Texas, p. 336, 18 Mar 1909, differs with the date on his monument.

Stephen Augustus DANIEL's grave in Fairfield Cemetery is indexed as "Daniel, S[tephen] A[ugustus] 09/09/1829 - 03/31/1909 h/o Jeffie." [http://files.usgwarchives.net/tx/freestone/cemetery/fairfld.txt]

Stephen married Jefelonica H. GOODWIN,185 daughter of GOODWIN, on 1 Mar 1868 in Freestone County, Texas.190 Jefelonica was born on 27 Jun 1844 in Alabama,189 died on 18 Feb 1906 in Freestone County, Texas191 at age 61, and was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas. Another name for Jefelonica was Jeffie GOODWIN 190.,611

Marriage Notes: S. A. DANIEL married Miss Jeffie GOODWIN on 1 Mar 1868 in Freestone County, Texas. [FamilySearch.org: Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977: Film Number: 988615, Digital Folder Number: 4640137, Image Number: 00297]

General Notes: Jefelonia H. "Jeffie" Goodwin's parents have not been identified. In 1855, she appears to be a ward of John W. Blackmon.

Texas Scholastic Census, 1854 to 1855
Freestone County, Texas
FREESTONE COUNTY 1855
Enumeration of the Free White Population Between the Ages of
Six and Sixteen Years in Freestone County A.D. 1855
DISTRICT 1
Parents & Guardians Children M F TOT
D. H. Love Andrew Love
Felix Robbinson
Sarah Goodwin 2 1 3
William F. Daniel John T. Daniel
Frances R. Daniel
Martha E. Daniel 2 1 3
John W. Blackmon Thomas Blackmon
John Goodwin
Jesse* Goodwin 3 3
[*Jesse is most likely Jefelonia H. "Jeffie", female, in John W.'s household in the 1850 census. RLD]

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1294 Page: 424:
595 602 BLACKMON J. W. 42 M W Farmer 2000 16495 SC; M. A. D. 38 F W SC; Thomas S. 13 M W AL; GOODWIN John F. 20 M W AL; Jefelonica H. 15 F W AL; William 11 M W AL. [This is the "Jeffie" GOODWIN who married Stephen Augustus DANIEL in Freestone County on 1 March 1865. Mary Ann Daniel HATCHER was the wife of John Washington BLACKMON. William Francis DANIEL of Freestone County was Mary Ann's brother.]

Jeffie H. GOODWIN married Stephen Augustus DANIEL.

Jeffie and Stephen Augustus share the same monument in Fairfield Cemetery. His inscription is on the south side of the monument, and Jeffie's is on the north side of the monument. A picture of the hedstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 124947930:

JEFFIE
WIFE OF
S. A. DANIEL
BORN JUNE 27, 1844
DIED
FEB. 18, 1906
---
Meet me in heaven.

Jeffie DANIEL's grave in Fairfield Cemetery is indexed as "Daniel, Jeffie [Goodwin] 06/27/1844 - 02/18/1906 w/o Stephen A." [http://files.usgwarchives.net/tx/freestone/cemetery/fairfld.txt]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 886 M    i. Stephen Augustus DANIEL, Jr, 189,611 was born on 13 Feb 1870 in Freestone County, Texas,189 died on 6 Mar 1955 in Hopkins County, Texas at age 85, and was buried on 7 Mar 1955 in Sulphur Springs City Cemetery, Hopkins County, Texas.

+ 887 M    ii. Charles Fletcher DANIEL 189,190 was born in Jun 1871 in Freestone County, Texas,189 died in 1947 at age 76, and was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

+ 888 M    iii. Americus Lee DANIEL 190,612 was born on 17 Jun 1873 in Texas,613 died on 18 Mar 1950 in Freestone County, Texas191 at age 76, and was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

+ 889 M    iv. Walter Francis DANIEL 189,190,614 was born on 10 Aug 1875 in Freestone County, Texas,189 died on 4 Jul 1958 in Navarro County, Texas at age 82, and was buried on 6 Jul 1958 in Dawson Cemetery, Navarro County, Texas.

+ 890 M    v. John Elbert DANIEL was born on 6 Sep 1877 in Texas,613 died on 1 Jul 1950 in Freestone County, Texas at age 72, and was buried on 2 Jul 1950 in Dew Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

+ 891 F    vi. Mattie Belle DANIEL 190 was born on 8 May 1879 in Freestone County, Texas,189 died on 20 Apr 1955 in Harris County, Texas at age 75, and was buried on 21 Apr 1955 in Oakwood Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas.

+ 892 M    vii. Elmer DANIEL 189 was born on 4 Mar 1882 in Freestone County, Texas,189 died on 15 May 1961 in Bell County, Texas at age 79, and was buried in Dew Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

+ 893 F    viii. Estella DANIEL 190 was born on 4 Mar 1882 in Freestone County, Texas,190 died on 27 Dec 1882 in Freestone County, Texas, and was buried in Johnson-Glazner Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

+ 894 M    ix. Jessie Philip DANIEL 190 was born on 23 Apr 1884 in Freestone County, Texas,189 died on 27 Jul 1965 in Freestone County, Texas at age 81, and was buried on 31 Jul 1965 in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas.

254. Martha E. DANIEL 52,187 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1834 in South Carolina.187

General Notes: Martha E. DANIELS [sic] is a daughter of Stephen and Matilda H. DANIEL. She is named with her widowed mother in the 1850 census of Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Raymond P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 621:
956 968 A. C. DANIEL 21 M Merchant. 1000 4000 AL;
M. E. DANIEL 25 F --- 4000 AL;
A. M. DANIEL 22 F --- 4000 AL.
Americus Columbus DANIEL and his sisters, Martha E. and Adelaide M. The estate value for all three is $4000. Are they living together not long after receiving an inheritance? From the death of their father?
Also in Hinds County: Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 607:
853 862 J. J. DANIEL 31 M Presby minister --- 800 AL;
M. A. DANIEL 31 F GA;
E. A. DANIEL 11 M AL;
M. A. DANIEL Jr. 9 F AL;
J. DANIEL 7 M MS;
M. A. DANIEL 4 F MS.
Next door is:
J. D. GOODWIN 29 M Painter AL in the household of Thomas SIMS, 52, of Virginia.

M. E. and A. M., are they the same persons as in 1860 above? Age problems? If these are the sisters of Stephen Augustus DANIEL, they confirm him as a son of the Matlida H. DANIEL in Vicksburg, Mississippi in 1850.
1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1586 Page: 11:
1 1 DANIEL S. A. 40 M W Farmer 3000 780 SC;
-- Jeffie 25 F W Keeps house AL;
-- S. A. 5/12 M W TX;
-- A. M. 25 F W School teacher AL;
-- M. E. 28 F W At home AL;
ANDERSON James 50 F B Cook GA;
GRANBERY Henry 21 M B Drives wagon GA;
-- Laura 16 F B Keeps house MS;
WILLIAMS Harriett 25 F B Works on farm MS;
-- Westley 8 M B TX;
-- Ned 4 M B TX;
GOODWIN C. W. 22 M W Drives wagon --- 680 AL;
-- Elbert 20 M W Drives wagon --- 680 AL;
GILBERT N. 33 M W House carpenter --- 100 AR.

Miss Martha E. DANIEL married Mr. W. H. ROBERSON on 26 Jan 1875 in Freestone County, Texas.
[Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977: FamilySearch.org; Film Number: 988615, Digital Folder Number: 4640137, Image Number: 00489]

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Pct 5; Series: T9 Roll: 1304 Page: 544:
37 37 ROBERSON W. H. W M 56 M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Mattie E. W F 46 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- Mattie R. W F 7 Dau S TX GA AL.
[Mattie E. appears to be the step-mother of Mattie R. and may be the sister of W. H. ROBERSON's first wife, "Miss M. A. DANIEL" [Adeline M.?] whom he married on 29 Jan 1871 in Freestone County.

255. Catherine DANIEL 187 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1836 in Alabama.187

General Notes: Catherine DANIEL was a daughter of Stephen DANIEL and Matilda H. DANIEL. She was born in Alabama and is named in the home of her widowed mother in the 1850 census of Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. Her family moved from Edgefield District, South Carolina to Chambers County, Alabama between 1834 and 1836. Her father died between 1838 and 1840. Her family moved to Warren and Hinds County, Mississippi before 1850.

256. Adaline M. DANIEL 187 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1838 in Alabama.187

General Notes: Adaline M. DANIEL was a daughter of Stephen DANIEL and Matilda H. DANIEL. She was born in Alabama and is named in the home of her widowed mother in the 1850 census of Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. Her family moved from Edgefield District, South Carolina to Chambers County, Alabama between 1834 and 1836. Her father died between 1838 and 1840. Her family moved to Warren and Hinds County, Mississippi before 1850.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Raymond P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 621:
956 968 A. C. DANIEL 21 M Merchant. 1000 4000 AL;
M. E. DANIEL 25 F --- 4000 AL;
A. M. DANIEL 22 F --- 4000 AL.
Americus Columbus DANIEL and his sisters, Martha E. and Adelaide M. The estate value for all three is $4000. Are they living together not long after receiving an inheritance? From the death of their father?
Related?
Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 607:
853 862 J. J. DANIEL 31 M Presby minister --- 800 AL;
M. A. DANIEL 31 F GA;
E. A. DANIEL 11 M AL;
M. A. DANIEL Jr. 9 F AL;
J. DANIEL 7 M MS;
M. A. DANIEL 4 F MS.
Next door is:
J. D. GOODWIN 29 M Painter AL in the household of Thomas SIMS, 52, of Virginia.

Are M. E. and A. M. same persons as in 1860 above? Age problems?
1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1586 Page: 11:
1 1 DANIEL S. A. 40 M W Farmer 3000 780 SC;
-- Jeffie 25 F W Keeps house AL;
-- S. A. 5/12 M W TX;
-- A. M. 25 F W School teacher AL;
-- M. E. 28 F W At home AL;
ANDERSON James 50 F B Cook GA;
GRANBERY Henry 21 M B Drives wagon GA;
-- Laura 16 F B Keeps house MS;
WILLIAMS Harriett 25 F B Works on farm MS;
-- Westley 8 M B TX;
-- Ned 4 M B TX;
GOODWIN C. W. 22 M W Drives wagon --- 680 AL;
-- Elbert 20 M W Drives wagon --- 680 AL;
GILBERT N. 33 M W House carpenter --- 100 AR.

Adalaide as "M. A."?
Mr. W. H. ROBERTSON married Miss M. A. DANIEL on 29 Jan 1871 in Freestone County, Texas. [Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977: FamilySearch.org; Film Number: 988615, Digital Folder Number: 4640137, Image Number: 00351]

ROBERTSON equal ROBERSON? "W. H." the same man married sisters?
Mr W. H. ROBERSON married Miss Martha E. DANIEL on 26 Jan 1875 in Freestone, Texas. [Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977: FamilySearch.org; Film Number: 988615, Digital Folder Number: 4640137, Image Number: 00489]

The 1880 census lists W. H. ROBERSON and wife Mattie E. and a daughter Mattie R., age 7, born 2 -3 years before W. H. marriage to Martha E. DANIEL.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Pct 5; Series: T9 Roll: 1304 Page: 544:
37 37 ROBERSON W. H. W M 56 M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Mattie E. W F 46 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- Mattie R. W F 7 Dau S TX GA AL.

257. Capt. Americus Columbus DANIEL, CSA 52,187 (Stephen49, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 22 May 1839 in Chambers County, Alabama,187 died on 17 Nov 1915 in Dallas County, Texas at age 76, and was buried on 18 Nov 1915 in Oakland Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas.

General Notes: Americus Columbus DANIEL was a son of Stephen and Matilda H. DANIEL of Edgefield District, South Carolina. He was born 22 May 1839. His father died in Chambers County, Alabama between 16 Decmber 1839 and 6 March 1840.

In 1850, Americus DANIELS [sic] is age 10, born in Alabama, resides with his mother, Matlida H. DANIELS, 45, born in South Carolina, and four sisters, Emeline, 23, Martha 16, both born in South Carolina, and Catharine, 14, and Adeline, 12, both born in Alabama.

Under the Subject: [DANIEL-L] "AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839, Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama; d. 1915, Dallas, Texas.: Child of STEPHEN DANIEL and MATILDA", Sherlene Mats (sherlene@netzero.net, an invalid email address) posted this to the DANIEL-L at Rootsweb on 25 Nov 2003:
1. [DANIEL-L] AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839, Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama; d. 1915, Dallas, Texas. Child of STEPHEN DANIEL and MATILDA [1]
Seeking info on: AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839 m. ESTELLA NANCY CHERRY & Descendants of Stephen Daniel Generation No. 1 1. STEPHEN2 DANIEL (?1) He married MATILDA, daughter of ? and ?. Child of STEPHEN DANIEL and MATILDA is: 2. i. AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839, Lafayette, Chambers County, Alambama; d. 1915, Dallas, Texas. Generation No. 2 2. AMERIEUS (AMERICUS ?) COLUMBUS3 DANIEL (STEPHEN2, ?1) was born May 22, 1839 in Lafayette, Chambers County, Alambama,
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/daniel/2003-11/1069795123

"AMERIEUS (AMERICUS?) COLUMBUS3 DANIEL (STEPHEN2, ?1) was born May 22, 1839 in Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, and died 1915 in Dallas, Texas. He married ESTELLA NANCY CHERRY May 18, 1863 in Raymond, Mississippi, daughter of FRANK CHERRY and MARY ANN). She was born May 13, 1850 in Hinds County, Mississippi, and died August 22, 1876 in Riverside, California." [1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County; Series: M432 Roll: 372 Page: 142, Francis and Mary CHERRY are next door neighbors to R. W. T. DANIEL of NC and family. RLD]
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The name "Americus" was first used in our DANIEL lines in the early to mid 1800s and came from their MITCHELL cousins who lived in neignboring counties in eastern Alabama. Americus Mitchell DANIELL, in another line of cousins from Russell County, Alabama, also shared the name.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Raymond P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 621:
956 968 A. C. DANIEL 21 M Merchant. 1000 4000 AL;
M. E. DANIEL 25 F --- 4000 AL;
A. M. DANIEL 22 F --- 4000 AL.
Americus Columbus DANIEL and his sisters, Martha E. and Adeline M. The estate value for all three is $4000. Are they living together not long after receiving an inheritance?
Also in Hinds County: Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 607:
853 862 J. J. DANIEL 31 M Presby minister --- 800 AL;
M. A. DANIEL 31 F GA;
E. A. DANIEL 11 M AL;
M. A. DANIEL Jr. 9 F AL;
J. DANIEL 7 M MS;
M. A. DANIEL 4 F MS.
Next door is:
J. D. GOODWIN 29 M Painter AL in the household of Thomas SIMS, 52, of Virginia.
[Jesse B./P. and Stephen Augustus DANIEL, apparent brothers, resided in Hinds County in 1850.]

Americus C. DANIEL is listed in Company A., 12th Mississippi Regiment, raised in Jefferson & Copiah Counties. (http://copiah.msgenweb.org/Resources/Reference/History/Civil_War/12th_Infantry/Company_A/company_a.html)

A. C Daniel married Nancy Estellla Cherry on 18 May 1863 in Hinds County, Mississippi

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Raymond P O; Series: M593 Roll: 730 Page: 541:
174 174 DANIELS Americus 30 M W Farmer --- 500 AL;
-- Estella 19 F W Keeping house MS;
-- Willie 2 M W MS;
RODGERS Willis 18 M W Farm laborer MS.

Estella died 22 Aug 1876 in Riverside, California.

About 1877, A. C. married Sarah Catherine Bowan, widow of William C. C. Akard.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Dallas County, District 66; Series: T9 Roll: 1299 Page: 296:
81 82 DANIELS A. C. W M 41 Husband M Farmer AL SC SC;
-- Sarah C. W F 42 Wife M Keeping house TN TN TN;
-- Willie W F 12 Dau S Attends school MS AL TN;
-- Emma W F 9 Dau S Attends school MS AL TN;
-- Lillie W F 1 Dau S TX AL TN;
AKARD Wm. C. W M 14 Stepson S Attends school MO TN TN;
-- Frederick W M 10 Stepson S Attends school TX TN TN;
-- Fannie B F 40 Servant S Domestic servant TX TX TX;
MURRAY Frank MU M 20 ___ S Laborer TX TX TX;
FOSTER James W M 21 ___ S Laborer MO TN IN;
DAY George W. W M 19 ___ S Laborer MO TN IN.

A C Daniel and wife to William Koch, east 1 2 of lot 4 in block D, 81, in Turberville's addition on north side of Marilla street, for $180.
A C Daniel and wife to Violet R. Bowen, 621/2 by 721/2 feet, a part of lot 2, block A, 79 of Akard's addition, on south side of Wood street, for $150. [The Dallas Daily Herald, Dallas, Texas, Friday, September 10, 1880, Page 8]

A warm reception was given last night by Mr. A. C. Daniel to his stepson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Akard, at his residence, 908 Wood street. A large number of friends were present and the occasion proved one of genuine enjoyment. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Saturday, February 6, 1886, Page 8]

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Akard and family of Waco, will spend Christmas with Mrs. A. C. Daniel, 174 South Akard.
Mrs. J. B. Jones and daughter Elizabeth, of Houston, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Daniel, 174 South Akard street. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Sunday, December 19, 1909, Page 11]

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Dallas County, 1-Wd Dallas; Series: T624 Roll: 1543 Page: 102: Line 79 DANIEL AMERICUS Head M W 70 M1 33 AL TN TN None; Sarah Wife F W 72 M1 33 7 4 TN TN TN; and three "Roomers".

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Daniel, of Dallas, are the guests of their son and daughter,, Capt. A. P. Watts, of Fort Bliss, Texas. [The El Paso Herald-Post, El Paso, Texas, Monday, April 7, 1913, Page 10]

Ameracus [sic] Columbus DANIEL born 22 May 1839 in Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, died 17 November 1915 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas at age 76 years 5 months 25 days. His death certificate says he is married, wife not named. He was buried in Oakland Cemetery on 18 November 1915. The informant ws Mrs. Emma JONES. [Texas Deaths, 1890-1976: FamilySearch.org; Film Number: 2051578, Digital Film Number: 4165794, Image Number: 650, Reference Number: cn 23875]

Obituary: Funeral service for Capt. A. C. Daniel, 76 years old, who died at an early hour yesterday morning, will be held at the residence, 4115 Cole avenue, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, the Rev. Sam R. Hay, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. The burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Captain Daniel was born in Fayette, Chambers County, Alabama. During the Civil War he served in the Third Mississippi Regiment and participated in the Battle of Manassas. He came to Dallas forty yerars ago and was one of the pioneer real estate men here. He retired from active business some years ago and was an invalid for six years preceding his death. For thirty-five years he lived on the southeast corner of Wood and Akard streets. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Emma Jones of Dallas, Mrs. J. D. Keefer of Houston and Mrs. A. T. Watts, wife of Capt. A. T. Watts of the United States Army, at El Paso, and three stepsons, C. D. Akard of Montrose, Colo.; A. C. and Fred Akard of El Paso. He also leaves three grandsons and two great-grandchildren. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Thursday, November 18, 1915, Page 7]

Find A Grave Memorial# 181824031

Americus married Estella Nancy CHERRY,615 daughter of Frank CHERRY and Mary Ann UNKNOWN, on 18 May 1863 in Hinds County, Mississippi. Estella was born on 13 May 1850 in Hinds County, Mississippi615 and died on 22 Aug 1876 in Riverside, California at age 26.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County,
342 342 Frances A. CHERRY 32 M Farmer 700 NC
Mary A. " 30 F GA
John Thomas " 14 M GA
James J. " 10 M GA
Mary J. " 5 F MS
Malinda O. " 3 F MS
Nancy " 8/12 F MS
Holly RESIN 18 M MS

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Boltens Depot; Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 98:
619 629 F. A. CHERRY 46 M Farmer 2400 17,240 NC
M. A. " 45 F GA
Mary J. " 15 F MS
M. C. " 12 F MS
N. E. [Nancy Estella] " 10 F MS
S. A. " 10/12 M MS
G. C. " 29 M Farmer GA
M. A. " 16 F MS
C. " 4/12 F MS

Nancy Estella Cherry married Americus Columbus Daniel on 18 May 1863 in Hinds County, Mississippi. They had two children, Willie and Emma.

After 1870, A. C. and Estella moved to Riverside, California where Estella died in 1876. A. C and the children then moved to Dallas County, Texas.

Estella is buried in Evergreen Memorial Park and Mausoleum, Riverside, Riverside County, California. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 7692528:

Sacred
to the memory
of
ESTELLA N.
Wife of
A. C. Daniel
Born
Hinds Co., Miss.
March 13, 1850
Died
Aug. 22, 1876


Children from this marriage were:

+ 895 F    i. Willie DANIEL 615,616 was born on 16 Jun 1868 in Mississippi.616

+ 896 F    ii. Emma DANIEL 617,618 was born on 8 Jul 1869 in Hinds County, Mississippi,617 died on 8 Sep 1955 in Dallas County, Texas at age 86, and was buried on 9 Sep 1955 in Oak Cliff Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas.

Americus next married Sarah Catherine BOWEN 617 about 1877. Sarah was born on 19 Jun 1836 in Missouri,617 died on 24 Jan 1925 in Dallas County, Texas at age 88, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas.

General Notes: William C. C. Akard married Sarah Bowen on 28 Aug 1853 in Polk County, Missouri. ["Missouri Marriages, 1750-1920,"]

1860 U.S. Census, Missouri, Polk County, Bolwar; Series: M653 Roll: 641 Page: 2:
11 11 W. C. C. AKARD 34 M Merchant $15,000 5,00o Ten
Sarah " 23 F Ten
Porter " 2 M Mo

Obituary: Mrs. Sarah C. Daniel, 88 years old, early settler in Dallas, died Saturday at Mena, Ark. She was born in Tennessee and with her first husband, U. (sic, W.) C. C Akard, came to Dallas during the Civil War and settled on what is now Akard street, which was named for them. Their old home stood on the spot now occupied by the Federal Reserve Bank. After Mr. Akard's death, she married the late A. C. Daniel. She is survived by two sons, W. C. Akard of Mena, Ark., and C. B. Akard of Montrose, Colo.; two daughters, Mrs. Lillie Watts of Chicago and Mrs. Emma Jones of Dallas; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Worthington, Mrs. Addie Thompson and Mrs. Belle Franklin, all of Dallas, and two brothers, W. W. Bowen of Wilderado, Oldham County, and H. C. Bowen of Antelope, Jack County. Mrs. Daniel and her mother, the late Mrs. Ahab Bowen, were both charter members of the First Baptist Church of Dallas. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Monday, January 26, 1925, Page 8]
[Compiler's note: Mrs. Emma Jones of Dallas was Sarah's step-daughter, A. C. Daniel's daughter by Estella Nancy Cherry. RLD]

Find A Grave Memorial# 181826999


The child from this marriage was:

+ 897 F    i. Lillie DANIEL 617 was born on 18 Nov 1878 in Dallas County, Texas,617 died on 4 Nov 1972 in Dallas County, Texas at age 93, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas.

258. Eleanor Fitzpatrick THREEWITS (Catherine DANIEL50, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1810179 and died in Mississippi.

Eleanor married Dr. William Daniel MARSH,179 son of Capt. Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL, about 1830. William was born about 1808 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died about 1873 in Enterprise, Clarke County, Mississippi about age 65.

General Notes: Dr. William Daniel MARSH was born about 1808 in Edgefield, South Carolina.

"Page 18. William D. MARSH was appointed Guardian of Edmund MARSH, minor ward of the Orphans Court of Wilcox Co. William D. MARSH, M (W?). F. DANIEL & B. MARSH, security. 11/4/1841." Edmund was the son of William Daniel MARSH's brother, Edmund who died in 1831. "M.F.", likely William Francis, DANIEL, a cousin, and Benjamin Franklin MARSH were the parties to this Guardianship.

DB O, P 155-156, 20th December, 1849 State of Alabama Dallas County: William D. & Wife, Eleanor B, MARSH of Dallas County, Ala to Hinchey WARREN of Conecuh Co, Ala -a total of 1,120 Acres land in Dallas Co, located in Sect, 21, Sect. 20, Sect. 17, and Sect. 16, T/S 15, Range 7 for $11,600.00. Eleanor B. MARSH relinq. dower rights before A. C. JACKSON, JP (LS) Wits: Jeremiah REVIS A. J. MARTIN Filed for record, 7th May, 1851 by Thos. G. RAINES, Judge O C.

Wilcox Co Alabama DB J P 425 Jan. 24, 1850 State of Alabama Conecuh County: Hinchey WARREN & wife Mary M WARREN of Conecuh Co. Ala to William D. MARSH - land described above in deed of C. M. PEGUES to Hinchey WARREN -total of 1700 acres in Wilcox Co- for the sum of $7,000.00. Mary M WARREN relinq. dower rights.

In the 1850 U.S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, "565 Wm. D. (William Daniel) MARSH 42 M Farmer 10,000 SC"and wife "Eleanor 40 F SC" are listed without children. William's next door neighbor is his brother,"564 Stephen MARSH 34 M Farmer 7,000 SC" who is living with his wife "Mary 34 F Ga", children: "Robinson 11 M Ala" and "Stephen 10 M Ala", and "Larkin? CARTER 34 M Farmer Ala". The slave census of 4 Nov 1850 for Wilcox County, Alabama shows William D. MARSH with 49 slaves.

The 1860 U.S. Census Slave Schedules for Clarke County, Mississippi (NARA microfilm series M653, Roll 596) includes the name MARSH, W. D., 82 slaves, page 507B. (Source: University of Virginia Geospatial and Statistical Data Center. United States Historical Census Data Browser. ONLINE. 1998. University of Virginia. Available: http://fisher.lib.virginia.edu/census/.)

In the 1860 U.S. Census for Clark (sic) County, Mississippi, Enterprise P.O., 21 June 1860, page 52, "345 W. D. (William Daniel) MARSH 51 M X Physician & Planter 30,000 (R.E.) 82,265 (P.E) SC"and wife "E. T. (Eleanor Threewits) 49 F X SC" are listed without others in the household. On the same page is "S. R. OLIPHANT 31 M Physician and wife L.L. 26 and three children: W.D. 9, R. G. 7, and S.R. 5. (NOTE: An S. R. OLIPHANT, M.D., is the President of the Board of Health and Ex Officio Recorder who signed Bridget Anna Hackett HERLIHY's Certificate of Death in 1895 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Bridget was the second wife of Timothy HERLIHY, great-great-grandfather of this compiler. The OLIPHANT family is related to the NICHOLSON, THREEWITZ and (O')DANIEL family in South Carolina in the late 1700s and early 1800s. It would be interesting if S. R. OLIPHANT was related to these families because Carmen SWANSON, great-granddaughter of Timothy HERLIHY and his first wife, Catherine FITZGERALD, married into the (O')DANIEL family (James Ulmer DANIEL) in 1936 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Your compiler is Carmen's eldest son Robert Louis Daniell)

William Daniel MARSH died about 1873 in Enterprise, Clarke County, Mississippi.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 240)

259. John Llewellyn THREEWITS (Catherine DANIEL50, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 5 Jul 1811 and died on 17 Oct 1834 at age 23.

General Notes: "...John Llewelyn Threwitz, 2nd child of Llewelyn and Catherine, was born, July 5, 1811; died Oct. 17, 1834. He is buried near Edgefield, and a tombstone marks his grave..." from a letter written by John Threewits Nicholson.
Additional information published by Johnson Bland MOBLEY states that John THREEWITS died at age 21, "He was reading medicine at Edgefield C.H."
The death of this John Llewellyn THREEWITS ended the THREEWITS surname in the line of his grandfather, Llewellyn THREEWITS, son of Capt Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC, and Jemima WILLIAMSON.

260. Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS 193,194 (Catherine DANIEL50, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 5 Mar 1812 in South Carolina,194 died on 14 Jul 1898 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 86, and was buried in Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina.

General Notes: Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS was born 5 March 1812, the youngest daughter of Llewellyn Williamson THREEWITS and Catherine DANIEL. Her father died when she was two years old.

In January 1831, Julia married Doctor John Oliphant NICHOLSON. In 1851, she was widowed with 9 children ages 4 to 20 years.

In 1860, Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON is a head of household with her four youngest children. She is a wealthy widow and farmer with a combined net worth of $90,000.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Beach Island P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 53: 804 792 Mrs E. J. NICHOLSON 47 F W Farmer 30,000 60,000 SC; Emma " 21 F W SC ; Ben E. " 19 M W SC; Albert R.. " 17 M W SC; Addie " 15 F W SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Saluda Division; Series: M593 Roll: 1494 Page: 114:
575 585 NICHOLSON, Elizabeth 58 F W Farmer 3600 1500 SC; -- Emma 30 F W Keeping house SC; -- Albert 27 M W Farmer SC; -- Sally 20 F W Without occupation SC; -- Mary 8/12 F W At home SC Oct. Two homes away is John BLOCKER, age 5, living with William ADAMS, 29. Emma is the widow of Major John Rufus BLOCKER, shown here under her maiden name in he mother's home. John is the son of Lydia Emma Nicholson BLOCKER.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 23: 503 531 NICHOLSON E. ?. W F 68 Wd Farming SC SC SC.
503 532 BLOCKER Emma W F 39 Wd Keeping house SC SC SC; -- John R. W M 15 Son S At home SC SC SC; THREWITS Harriet B F 68 Servant Wd House servant SC SC SC.

Elizabeth married Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON,193,194 son of Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON 620 and Lydia OLIPHANT,193 on 18 Jan 1831 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. John was born on 17 Jan 1808 in Edgefield District, South Carolina,194 died on 4 Jan 1851 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 42, and was buried in Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina.

Marriage Notes: Issue Jan 29, 1831: Married in Edgefield on the 18th inst., Dr JOHN O NICHOLSON to Miss ELIZABETH JULIA THREEWITS. (Marriage and Death Notices from the Charleston Observer from 1827-1845. Post by Audrey POOL) and (South Carolina Mag. of Ancestral Research, Vol 1, # 1-4 (1824-1855)



General Notes: 1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 101:
Dr. J. O. NICHOLSON Males 1 . . . . 1 Females: 2 2 . . 1 1 1

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Edgefield Division; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 48: 738 738 J. O. NICHOLSON 42 M Physician 20,000 SC; E. J. NICHOLSON 38 F SC; M. Ellen NICHOLSON 18 F SC; John T. NICHOLSON 15 M SC; E. Ann NICHOLSON 13 F SC; Emma NICHOLSON 11 F SC; Benja. A. NICHOLSON 9 M SC; Albert NICHOLSON 7 M SC; Mariah A. NICHOLSON 5 F SC.

Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON died 17 January 1851. Major william DANIEL and Osamus ALLEN were named executors of his Last Will and Testament, A typescript of his Will may be viewed at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=303479
Abstracted:
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0010 Frame: 00571 item: 00 Date: 1851/01/06 Description: NICHOLSON, John O. of Edgefield District, Will Typescript (5 Frames) (MSS Will: Book D, Pages 427-431; Estate Packet: Box 64, Pkg. 2609) Names Indexed: NICHOLSON, John O./OLIPHANT/NICHOLSON, Mary Ellen, NICHOLSON, Emma/Jess (Slave)/Anthony (Slave)/Moses (Slave)/Peggy (Slave)/Little Henry (Slave)/NICHOLSON, Benjamin E./DANIEL, William/NORRIS, A.P./MABRY, Samuel W.//NICHOLSON, Elizabeth J./PICKENS, F.W./NICHOLSON, Ann/NICHOLSON, Adelaide /Sampson (Slave)/Harriet (Slave)/Dinah (Slave)/Lucy (Slave)/NICHOLSON, John T./NICHOLSON, Albert R./ALLEN, Osamus/STROTHER, D.R./Locations: Edgefield District/Turkey Creek.
[Major William Furman DANIEL was an uncle of Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS, wife of John O. NICHOLSON. RLD.]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 898 F    i. Mary Eleanor NICHOLSON 194,621 was born after 1831 in Edgefield County, South Carolina194 and died on 15 Jan 1861.622

+ 899 F    ii. Catherine Jane NICHOLSON was born on 13 Jan 1833 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died on 2 Jan 1849 in Edgefield County, South Carolina623 at age 15.

+ 900 M    iii. John Threewits NICHOLSON 193,194,624 was born on 18 Jan 1835 in Edgefield County, South Carolina194 and died on 9 Jan 1926 in Ridge Spring, South Carolina at age 90.

+ 901 F    iv. Elizabeth Ann NICHOLSON 194 was born on 10 Feb 1837 in Edgefield County, South Carolina194 and died on 10 Oct 1851623 at age 14.

+ 902 F    v. Lydia Emma NICHOLSON 619 was born on 18 Dec 1838 in Edgefield County, South Carolina194 and died on 12 Jun 1921 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 82.

+ 903 M    vi. General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA 619,625 was born on 10 Mar 1841 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died on 20 Mar 1885 in Edgefield County, South Carolina626 at age 44.

+ 904 M    vii. Albert Rhett NICHOLSON 197,619 was born on 12 Mar 1843 in Edgefield County, South Carolina627 and died on 27 Nov 1916 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 73.

+ 905 F    viii. Mariah Adalaide NICHOLSON 194,619,628 was born on 15 Apr 1845 in Edgefield County, South Carolina619 and died on 22 Jul 1919 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 74.

+ 906 M    ix. William D. NICHOLSON 197 was born about 1847 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died before 1850 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.194

261. Lt. William Lowndes DANIEL, M.D., CSA 197 (William Furman (Major)51, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 30 Jan 1833 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died on 2 Jul 1863 in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania at age 30. He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: William Lowndes DANIEL son of Major William Francis DANIEL and Winifred Simkins MOBLEY, was born 30 January 1833 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. A physician, he volunteered for the Confederate Army, serving in General Joseph Brevard KERSHAW's Brigade consisted of the 2nd, 3rd Battalion SCV, 7th SCV, 8th SCV, and the 15th South Carolina. The lengthy history of this brigade outlasts all and outshines most Civil War units. Some of the companies were formed in the immediate aftermath of South Carolina's secession and the brigade did not surrender until seventeen days after Appomattox.

In 1860, W. L. DANIEL 27 M Physician --- 500 SC is listed in the household of A. D. DOWLING, 24, in the census of Orangeburg District, South Carolina.

Lieutenant William Lowndes DANIEL, a fighting physician in the 2nd South Carolina, wrote home after the battle at Chancellorsville, "Our brigade occupied some important positions, but had very little active fighting." He was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on 2 July 1863.

One hundred and forty-four years after Lt. William Loundes DANIEL. C.S.A. died, this story from The Associated Press will bring some closure to William's story:

Confederate soldier's tooth found, will get belated memorial rite
3/4/2007, 3:41 p.m. ET The Associated Press GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) The discovery of a tooth from a Confederate soldier killed at Gettysburg will lead to a proper memorial service for the soldier 144 years after he fell on the field of battle.
Karin Bohleke of the Adams County Historical Society said she was going through boxes donated by a local family a few months ago when she found a punched-paper watch pocket, a small pouch with red embroidery hand-stitched on the front.
"I thought maybe there'd be a pretty piece of jewelry," she said. "Instead ... I found a tooth."
Accompanying the upper right lateral incisor was a note on yellowing paper.
"This tooth was taken out of a head lying in Roses Woods (Gettysburg battlefield) one year after the battle, at the head of a grave marked Lt. W. L. Daniel, Co. I, 2nd S.C.V.," read the note, signed by 1st Lt. W. T. King, Company G, 209th Pennsylvania.
"Poor fellow, though a rebel, he has only sympathy from the union soldier who picked up and keeps his tooth," King wrote.
Wayne Motts, the society's executive director, began a search that led to plans to give the soldier the kind of proper memorial service he never had.
Motts' research led him to William L. Daniel, born Jan. 30, 1833, in the Edgefield district of South Carolina. Daniel got a medical degree from South Carolina College, now the University of South Carolina and enlisted in 1861 as an infantry officer with Company I of the South Carolina Volunteer Infantry. One of his brothers, James Daniel, also served with the Confederate forces.
Both men fought and died at Gettysburg in 1863, falling within about 100 yards of one another, Motts said. James Daniel was buried in an unmarked grave in Richmond, Va., but William Daniel's body was not recovered. Motts said the body was likely lying in a temporary shallow grave when King, a Gettysburg tailor and soldier, took the tooth from his skull.
"They were buried where they fell," he said. The bodies of Confederate dead were not taken for proper burial until 1872, and Daniel's grave was only marked because he was an officer, Motts said.

Additional information:
The actual location of the body is unknown," Motts said. "That, unfortunately, for Confederate soldiers is common."
The historical society in Saluda County, S.C., directed Motts to John Owen Clark, of Johnston, S.C. Motts told him that he had his great-great-uncle's tooth.
"I'm one of few people who even know William Daniel existed," Clark said.
"I was just blown away. I just wouldn't have thought anybody was the least bit interested in William Daniel."
In July (2007), Motts plans to hand-deliver the tooth to South Carolina, where it will be buried in a box of wood taken from the part of the battlefield where Daniel died.
Clark and Motts are to speak, a preacher will give an invocation and the Sons of Confederate Veterans will perform a funeral drill.
"We want to make sure this part of his mortal remains receives a proper burial," Motts said.
Motts said he is also asking the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to have a government memorial stone made to be placed in the Red Bank Baptist Church in Saluda, where some members of Daniel's family are buried.

"Dear Mr. Wyckoff, as the great-great-nephew of William L. Daniel, I read your article about him, with a great deal of interest. I am aware of the recent find of his tooth and of the ceremonies surrounding its "burial"...
To add a further bit of uncertainty to the puzzle as to the whereabouts of my relative's body, please ponder these items. In a brief family history, compiled by my grandfather in the 1950's, he wrote: "Several years after the War ended Grandpa went to Gettysburg and brought back what were said to be the remains of both of his sons..." I know of at least one relative, who has seen a headstone with the name of James Madison Daniel (William's brother, who died at Gettysburg) on it... Of course, none of these things mean that the bodies were correctly identified, intact, or even associated with particular headstones, etc. Still, there is some evidence that these bodies were buried in the area of Saluda, SC...
I am considering going to the ceremony surrounding "the tooth". I believe this will occur around 04 July...
Do you have any plans to attend? I understand that quite a few people are making the trip down from PA.
By the way, do you have any idea if William participated in the opening shots on Ft. Sumter, or did he enlist after that action? Also, where might I find copies of the pictures to which you refer in your article? Many thanks and best regards, Russell Daniel" (Excerpts from the original letter to Mr. Wyckoff on April 13, 2007, published with the writer's approval. RLD)

262. John Furman DANIEL, M.D. 198,199 (William Furman (Major)51, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 16 Jun 1834 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,199 died on 23 Jun 1908 in Daniel Plantation, Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 74, and was buried in Red Bank Baptist Church Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

General Notes: John Furman DANIEL was the son of William DANIEL and Winnifred Simpkins MOBLEY.

Dr. John F. Daniel of Edgefield, South Carolina, served as a witness for Mrs. Susan Jennings of Sumter County, Georgia, in her Confederate Pension Application. He stated that he served in the same unit with Susan's husband, B. T. Jennings, in the South Carolina State troops. They enlisted at the same time in Capt. J. P. Mickler Company in Col. [Artemus Darby] Goodwyn's [3rd] regiment. [Confederate Pension Applications, Georgia Confederate Pension Office, RG 58-1-1, Georgia. Archives, Record ID: USAMILCONFEDGA_187820-00095, GA archives virtual vault- sec. of State office. Contributed by C. Bozeman (Find A Grave Member 46985035)]

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Saluda Division, Wards Depot PO; Series: M593 Roll: 1495 Page: 537: 2814 2830 DANIEL William 76 M W Farmer 10,500 2500 SC; John F. 35 M W Physician SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina Edgefield County, Mobley; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 280: 7 7 DANIEL John F W M 46 Physician SC SC SC; -- Susan A. W F 37 Wife Keeping House SC SC SC; -- Winnie S. W F 8 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Emma S. W F 6 Dau S SC SC SC; -- William L. W M 4 Son S SC SC SC; -- Mary A. W F Dau 2 S SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, 4-Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1540 Page: 118: 381 381 DANIEL, John F. Head W M June 18343 65 M 29 SC SC SC Physician Farmer; -- Susan A. Wife W F Feb 1843 59 M 29 6 6 SC SC SC; -- Winnie S. Dau W F Nov 1871 28 S SC Teaching School.

John married Susan Adeline ADAMS,197,198 daughter of Joseph ADAMS and Frances Elizabeth ADAMS, on 12 Jan 1871 in Edgefield County, South Carolina. Susan was born on 24 Feb 1843 in Adams Plantation, Edgefield, South Carolina,629 died on 31 Jan 1924 in Daniel Plantation, Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 80, and was buried in Red Bank Baptist Church Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefiield County; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 158: 2405 2409 Joseph ADAMS 43 M W Farmer 3500 SC; Frances E. " 28 F W SC; Emaly A. " 17 F W SC; James " 15 M W SC; Hiram L. " 12 M W SC; William J. " 10 M W SC; Susan A. " 7 F W SC; Francy " 5 F W SC.
1860 U.S. Cenus, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Saluda Regiment; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 149 ADAMS Susan 16 F W SC (In house of 464 J. M. WITT, 51).
1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, 4-Twp, 28? June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1540 Page: 118: 381 381 DANIEL, John F. Head W M June 18343 65 M 29 SC SC SC Physician Farmer; Susan A. Wife W F Feb 1843 59 M 29 6 6 SC SC SC; Winnie S. Dau W F Nov 1871 28 S SC SC SC Teaching School.
1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, 4-Twp, 11 Feb 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 1708 Page: 140: 260 260 DANIEL Susan A. Head F W 76 Wd SC SC SC; Winnie Dau F W 47 S SC SC SC; Emma Dau F W 45 S SC SC SC; Julia Dau F W 37 S SC SC SC.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 907 F    i. Winifred Simkins DANIEL 197 was born on 23 Nov 1871 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,198 died on 6 Jun 1947 in Columbia, South Carolina at age 75, and was buried in Red Bank Baptist Church Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

+ 908 F    ii. Emma Susan DANIEL 198,623 was born on 22 Apr 1874 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died on 14 Aug 1932 in Daniel, Greenwood, South Carolina at age 58.

+ 909 M    iii. William Lowndes DANIEL 198,630 was born on 24 Mar 1876 in Daniel Plantation, Edgefield County, South Carolina,631 died on 9 May 1963 in Orangeburg, South Carolina631 at age 87, and was buried in Edgewood Cemetery, Greenwood, South Carolina.

+ 910 F    iv. Mary Alma DANIEL 198,630 was born on 6 Mar 1878 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,632 died on 7 Aug 1932 in Columbia, South Carolina at age 54, and was buried in Red Bank Baptist Church Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

+ 911 F    v. Julia Nicholson Furman DANIEL 201 was born on 1 Jul 1880 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, died on 5 Feb 1957 at age 76, and was buried in Red Bank Baptist Church Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

+ 912 M    vi. John Mobley DANIEL 630 was born on 23 Jul 1883 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, died on 27 Dec 1951 in Columbia, South Carolina at age 68, and was buried in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina.

+ 913 M    vii. James Adams DANIEL 566 was born on 27 Feb 1885 in Edgefield County, South Carolina and died on 8 May 1885.

263. Lt. James Madison DANIEL, CSA 199,200 (William Furman (Major)51, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 28 Jun 1836 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,53 died on 3 Jul 1863 in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania at age 27, and was buried in Adams County, Pennsylvania.

General Notes: "Among the most distinguished officers that were killed from the section of the country embraced in the lower battalion of the Tenth Regiment was Lieutenant J. (James) M. DANIEL."

One hundred and fourty-four years after the the Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where Lt. James Madison DANIEL, C.S.A. and his brother, Lt. William Lowndes DANIEL, C.S.A., both perished, an article in The Associated Press, titled Confederate soldier's tooth found, will get belated memorial rite, dated March 4, 2007, provides the following about James and his brother:

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) - The discovery of a tooth from a Confederate soldier killed at Gettysburg will lead to a proper memorial service for the soldier 144 years after he fell on the field of battle.
Karin Bohleke of the Adams County Historical Society said she was going through boxes donated by a local family a few months ago when she found a punched-paper watch pocket, a small pouch with red embroidery hand-stitched on the front.
"I thought maybe there'd be a pretty piece of jewelry," she said. "Instead ... I found a tooth."
Accompanying the upper right lateral incisor was a note on yellowing paper.
"This tooth was taken out of a head lying in Roses Woods (Gettysburg battlefield) one year after the battle, at the head of a grave marked Lt. W.L. Daniel, Co. I, 2nd S.C.V.," read the note, signed by 1st Lt. W.T. King, Company G, 209th Pennsylvania.
"Poor fellow, though a rebel, he has only sympathy from the union soldier who picked up and keeps his tooth," King wrote.
Wayne Motts, the society's executive director, began a search that led to plans to give the soldier the kind of proper memorial service he never had.
Motts' research led him to William L. Daniel, born Jan. 30, 1833, in the Edgefield district of South Carolina. Daniel got a medical degree from South Carolina College, now the University of South Carolina and enlisted in 1861 as an infantry officer with Company I of the South Carolina Volunteer Infantry. One of his brothers, James Daniel, also served with the Confederate forces.
Both men fought and died at Gettysburg in 1863, falling within about 100 yards of one another, Motts said. James Daniel was buried in an unmarked grave in Richmond, Va., but William Daniel's body was not recovered. Motts said the body was likely lying in a temporary shallow grave when King, a Gettysburg tailor and soldier, took the tooth from his skull.
"They were buried where they fell," he said. The bodies of Confederate dead were not taken for proper burial until 1872, and Daniel's grave was only marked because he was an officer, Motts said.

264. Emma Lucretia DANIEL 53,199,201,202 (William Furman (Major)51, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 24 Oct 1838 in Edgefield County, South Carolina, died on 29 Aug 1891 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 52, and was buried in Spann Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.

Emma married Major William Judson READY, CSA,201 son of John Caskey READY, M.D. and Eliza Frances ROOK,634 on 17 May 1866.633 William was born on 11 May 1836 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,635 died on 16 Jan 1891 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 54, and was buried in Spann Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina.636

General Notes: Home was about 2.5 miles from Johnston, South Carolina. Captain in the Confederate Army, lawyer, and state senator from Edgefield County.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Turkey Creek Twp, 11 July 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1495 Page: 517: 43 46 READY, W. J. 34 M W Lawyer + Farmer SC; Emma 28 F W Keeping House SC; Winnie B. 1 F W At home SC; PERRY, Ella 15 F B Domestic Servant SC.

1880 U. S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Mobley; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page 256: 1 1 READY William J W M 43 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Emma L. W F 41 Wife M Keeping House SC SC SC; -- Winnie B. W F 12 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- William D. W M 8 Son S SC SC SC; -- Edgar L. W M 6 Son S SC SC SC; -- Eliza B. W F 3 Dau S SC SC SC; WILLIAMS Leon W M 15 Boarder S At school SC SC SC.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 914 F    i. Winnie Bessie READY 635,637 was born on 19 Sep 1868 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,633 died on 9 Jan 1941 in Edgefield County, South Carolina at age 72, and was buried in Mount of Olives Cemetery.

+ 915 M    ii. William Daniel READY 635,637 was born on 25 Oct 1871 in Edgefield County, South Carolina638 and died on 9 Jul 1920 at age 48.

+ 916 M    iii. Edgar Lowndes READY, Sr. 635,637 was born on 20 Apr 1874 in Edgefield County, South Carolina,638 died on 11 Jan 1938 at age 63, and was buried in Halifax County, North Carolina.

+ 917 F    iv. Eliza Belle READY 635,639 was born on 22 Nov 1876 in Edgefield County, South Carolina637 and died on 19 Dec 1935 at age 59.

265. Harriett Elizabeth DANIEL 199,201 (William Furman (Major)51, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1841 in Edgefield County, South Carolina53 and died before 1 Jun 1900.203

General Notes: Called "Hattie."

Harriett married William King GRIFFIN,557,640 son of Colonel Bluford F. GRIFFIN and Agnes Anne LIPSCOMB, on 23 May 1870 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.641 William was born on 24 Sep 1831 in South Carolina,203 was christened in Sep 1854, and died between 1910 and 1920.642

Marriage Notes: The Working Christian, Issue of June 9, 1870, page 121 & Marriages & Deaths, Baptist Newspapers, SC, 1866-1887: Married on the 26th of May 1870, by the Rev. J. K. Mendenhall, Dr. William GRIFFIN, of Newberry, S. C., to Hattie DANIEL, of Edgefield, daughter of Maj. William DANIEL.

General Notes: William K. GRIFFIN first married Octavia R.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry County, Newberry; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 258: 762 769 W. K. GRIFFIN 28 M Farmer 8000 26,000 SC; Octavia R. 24 F SC.

From The Newberry Herald, Newberry, South Carolina, March 4, 1868: "Applications for Bankruptcy filed and referred to Henry Summer: Jacob Kibler, David Kibler, Dr. Jerome D. Bruce, A. Harris, Dr. P.B. Ruff, H.H. Folk, John R. Sondley, Dr. Thomas B. Kennerly, Charles B. Counts, Wade H. Setzler, Dr. Sampson Pope, Thomas W. Holloway, Wm. W. Houseal, Wm. J. Lake, Dr. Wm. K. Griffin, George A. Sligh, Thomas H Chappell, John W. Folk, Wm. Summer, Wm. A. Williams." (http://mhrising.com/newspapers/Newberry/Herald%201868.htm)

From The Newberry Herald, Newberry, South Carolina, August 19, 1868: "Last Friday the grave closed upon all that was the mortal of the amiable lady, Mrs. Dr. Griffin. Eulogy." Octavia R., wife of Dr. William King GRIFFIN died on Friday, 7 August 1868.

On 23 May 1870, William married second Harriet Elizabeth DANIEL . They are not yet found in the 1870 census

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Greenville County, Greenville, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll:1230 Page:44 (Family History Library Film 1255230 NA Film Number T9-1230Page Number 44B): William K. GRIFFIN Self M Male W 48 SC Book Keeper SC SC; Harriet E. GRIFFIN Wife M Female W 35 SC Keeping House SC SC; William M. GRIFFIN Son S Male W 17 SC At School SC SC; Charles A. GRIFFIN Son S Male W 14 SC At School SC SC; James L. GRIFFIN Son S Male W 9 SC At School SC SC; Agnes L. GRIFFIN Dau S Female W 6 SC At School SC SC; Emma S. GRIFFIN Dau S Female W 2 SC SC SC; Lavinia DILLINGHAM Other W Female B 65 NC Servant NC NC; Nancy DILLINGHAM Other S Female B 21 NC Servant NC NC. William M. and Charles A. are Harriet's stepsons, William's children by Octavia.

In 1900, William K. GRIFFIN, single, lives in the home of his daughter, Agnes and her husband, John Culpepper MACE, . Harriet is presumed to have died. Emma S. GRIFFIN, another daughter, is also in the home.
1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Marion County, Marion; Series: T623 Roll: 1535 Page: 255: 53 53 MACE John C. Head W M June 1870 29 M 5 SC SC SC Druggist; -- Agnes L. Wife W F July 1873 26 M 5 1 1 SC SC SC; GRIFFIN William K. Boarder W M Sept 1831 68 S SC SC SC Druggist; -- Emma S. Boarder W F July 1877 22 S SC SC SC.

In 1910, William, 78, and Emma, 31, continue to live in the home of John C. MACE in Marion County, South Carolina.

William is not named with his family in 1920 when he would have been 88 years of age, presumed to have died.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 918 M    i. James Lowndes GRIFFIN 640,641 was born on 12 May 1871 in South Carolina,640 died on 19 Apr 1908 at age 36, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion County, South Carolina.

+ 919 F    ii. Agnes Lipscomb GRIFFIN 640,641 was born on 21 Jul 1873 in South Carolina,203 died on 5 Aug 1959 at age 86, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion County, South Carolina.

+ 920 F    iii. Lidie Estelle GRIFFIN was born about 1875 in South Carolina, died before 1880, and was buried in Greenville County, South Carolina.

+ 921 F    iv. Emma Simkins GRIFFIN 640,641 was born on 6 Jul 1877 in South Carolina,203 died on 2 May 1967 at age 89, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion County, South Carolina.

266. Mary Louisa Catherine DANIEL 53,199 (William Furman (Major)51, William8, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 14 Jul 1846 in Edgefield County, South Carolina201 and died on 21 Oct 1868 in Edgefield County, South Carolina201 at age 22. She had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: Mary Louiza Catherine DANIEL, daughter of William Furman DANIEL and Winifred Simkins MOBLEY, died at age 22. She had not married. "Death resulted Thursday from burns contracted Sunday before when her skirts became ignited while standing in front of the fire in the dining room."

From the Christian Neighbor newspaper, 11/15/1868: "Miss Lulu DANIEL, daughter of Major Wm. DANIEL of Edgefield District died 10/21. Her death was caused by her clothes taking fire the Sunday, preceding."

"From Edgefield Advertiser,November 4, 1868: We regret to learn that Miss Lula Daniel, youngest daughter of Major William Daniel of this District came to her death under the following painful circumstances. On Sunday, the 18th inst. while the rest of her family was attending church, servants heard screaming and found the dress of the young lady in flames. She suffered in excrutiating agony until Wednesday following when death relieved her suffering. She was not able to give a direct account of how her dress caught fire." (http://mhrising.com/newspapers/Newberry/Herald%201868.htm)

267. Selina C. BLAKENEY 54 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 18 Sep 1797 in Fairfax County, Virginia54 and died on 15 Feb 1851 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 53.

Selina married William HENDRICK 54 on 19 May 1828.54

268. Enos BLAKENEY 54 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 17 Sep 1799 in Fairfax County, Virginia.54

269. Mary D. BLAKENEY 54 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 22 Feb 1801 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia54 and died on 22 Oct 183654 at age 35.

Mary married Joshua GRIFFITH on 31 Dec 1817 in Baltimore County, Maryland. Joshua was born circa 1800.

Marriage Notes: Joshua Griffith Mary D. Blakeney 31 Dec 1817 Baltimore, Maryland
[FamilySearch. org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00929-1, Source Film Number: 13693, Reference Number: P.98 #525, Collection: Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970]

Mary next married GEST 54 before 1836.

270. Abel R. BLAKENEY, Jr. 54,55 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 6 Aug 1803 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia54 and died on 26 Jan 1856 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 52.

General Notes: 1830 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Enumeration (Colletion) District 2; Series: M19 Roll: 55 Page: 59:
Abel R. BLAKENY [sic] . 1 . . 1 2 . 1 . . . . . || . . . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 5-10, 1 male 20-30 [Abel R.], 2 males 30-40, 1 male 50-60 || 1 female 15-20, 1 female 20-30 [Elizabeth], 1 female 40-50 [unknown].
Four pages away are Abel R.'s parents, Series: M19 Roll: 55 Page: 54:
Abel BLAKNEY . 1 1 2 . . . . 1 . . . . || . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 15-20; 1 male 60-70 [Abel]; 1 female 20-30, 1 female 50-60 [Mary].

CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS NAME INDEX
NAME YEAR BRANCH WARD
BLAKENY, A. R. 1841, 1842 First 4th, 6th
BLAKENEY, Abel R. 1851 First 6th
[http://mdhistory.net/msaref14/bca_index_binders/bca_index01_council_names.pdf]

1850 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 6, Baltimore; Series: M432 Roll: 283 Page: 217: 890 983 Abel R. BLAKENEY 46 M Carpenter VA; Elizabeth 43 F MD; Charles 18 M Carpenter MD; Sarah E. 7 F MD; Washington GORSUCH 21 M Carpenter MD; Thomas GRIFFIN 21 M Carpenter MD; Jane WHITTINGTON 24 F MD; Mary BLAKENEY 71 F VA.

Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
"Blakeney Abel R. carpenter, 56 Ensor"
[http://www.msa.md.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000564/html/am564--35.html]

Died "On the 26th instant, ABEL R. BLAKENEY, in the 53rd year of his age. His Friends and acquaintance are invited to attend his funeral, on this (Monday afternoon at two o'clock, from his late residence , 129 Conway street." [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, January 28, 1856, Page 2.]

Abel married Elizabeth --?-- 54,55 on 28 Dec 1824 in Baltimore County, Maryland. Elizabeth was born in 1804 in Maryland,55,643 died on 1 Feb 1889 in Prince George County, Maryland643 at age 85, and was buried on 2 Feb 1889 in Saint Philips Cemetery. Prince George's County, Maryland.643

General Notes: The surname of Elizabeth, wife of Abel R. BLAKENEY, is not proven. Census records indcate she was born between 1804 and 1807 in Maryland.

A marriage license in Baltimore City, Maryland records "Elizabeth DENNEAL" married Abel R. BLAKENEY, Jr., on 28 December 1824. He was a son of Abel BLAKENEY and Mary O'DANIEL of Fairfax and Alexandria counties, Virginia and later the District of Columbia. In conflict is an Ancestry.com posting by the DODGE family says she was Elizabeth DENMEAD.

Concerning DENNEAL, DENEAL: Elizabeth may be a descendent of James C. DENEALE and Theodosia CONYERS of Fairfax County, Virginia. There was both a family and social relationship between the DENEAL(E), O'DANIEL and BLAKENEY families of Fairfax County. The DENEAL(E) family was in Stafford, that part later Prince William in 1731, and Fairfax in 1742, from the early 1700s into the 1800s as were the family of William O'DANIEL. The names John C. and George DENEALE Clerks of the Court in Fairfax, appear on O'DANIEL family records for most of 50 years, including the 1798 Will of John O'DANIEL. The BLAKENEY family was in Fairfax and that part later in Alexandria County in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Abel R. BLAKENEY's mother was Mary O'DANIEL, a granddaughter of John O'DANIEL, Sr. John's sister, Catherine O'DANIEL married Henry GUNNELL; their son James married Ann DENEAL, daughter of James C. DENEALE and Theodosia CONYERS. The DENEAL family was also associated with the BLAKENEY family as Masons. Abel BLAKENEY built George Washington's coffin. Colonel George DENEALE, Mason, lead the President's Masonic funeral procession, and as Alexandria County Clerk of the Court is a signatory on the probate of George WASHINGTON's will. Of particular interest is the Abel BLAKENEY and George DENEALE families being next door neighbors in the 1808 census of Alexandria County. The BLAKENEY family moved from Alexandria County, Virginia to Maryland between 1810 and 1820. Although a Denneal or Deneal family has not been found in Maryland in 1800, 1810 or 1820, their association with the Blakeney family and proximity in Virginia and the District of Columbia is considerable. [Re: The "John DENMEAD" below. George DENEALE had a son John, born 1757, named in George's Will dated 1818. John DENEALE's family, if any, is not known to this compiler.]

Concerning DENMEAD: A DODGE family posting on Ancestry.com assigns Elizabeth DENMEAD, daughter of John DENMEAD and Polley ROSECAAS, as both the wife of Edward BLAKENEY (not Abel R.) and the mother of Sarah Elizabeth BLAKENEY, wife of James DODGE. No other information is given on John DENMEAD and family.
The only Denmead listed in the 1800 & 1810 censuses of Baltimore County, Maryland is John DENMEAD. In 1800 he is age 26 to 45 and has three males 16-26 and two females under 10 in his household, among others. In 1810, listing wards 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Baltimore, he is one of two males 26-45 and has two males under 10 and two females under 10, among others. A second John DENMEAD entry in 1810 in Soldiers Delight Hundred, Baltimore, enumerates only a 7 in the "All others" column.
Historic graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia, p. 128, lists two DENMEAD graves in the "Joshua Talbott burying ground" in Baltimore County. The parenthetical information is contained in the entries:
"John DENMEAD, (father of the late Adam D. Sr) died (ab) 1835."
"Eliza (Denmead) wife of Joshua F. C. TALBOTT and sister of the late Adam DENMEAD, Sr. Born April 2, 1801 Died Mar. 12, 1842." [Note: This Eliza died 9 days after the birth of her daughter Susan Eliza on Mar. 3, 1842, her grave also listed. RLD]
The entries proves an Eliza DENMEAD was John's daughter and that she did not marry a BLAKENEY.
QUESTION: Was there another Elizabeth DENMEAD with a daughter Elizabeth born about 1804 who did? In 1820, Adam DENMEAD, over 45, in Ward 3, Baltimore, Maryland, has one female age 10 to 16 and another age 16-26 in his household.

Census records for 1870 and 1880 list Elizabeth BLAKENEY, widow, aged 64 and 76 respectively, living with her daughter, Sarah E. DODGE, in Laurel, Prince Georges County, Maryland. In 1880, the enumerator first recorded Elizabeth's father as born in Ireland, lined through that, and entered Denmark above it. [Series: T9 Roll: 514 Page: 214]

Obituary: "At Laurel, Md,. on February 1, 1889, Mrs. ELIZABETH BLAKENEY, in her 85th year, relict of the late Abel R. Blakeney, of Baltimore. Funeral 2 P. M. on Sunday, 2d instant, from the Episcopal Church, Laurel, Md. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend." [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Saturday, February 2, 1889, Page 2

Elizabeth BLAKENEY, "BLAKNEY" on her headstone, is buried in Saint Philips Cemetery, Prince George's County, Maryland. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial #25590987, created by Shelly Johnson on Mar 28, 2008:

GRAND MA
ELIZABETH BLAKNEY.
DIED
Feby 1, 1889
AGED
85 Years.

Elizabeth's daughter, Sarah Elizabeth DODGE and several grandchildren are also buried in this cemetery.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 922 M    i. Charles E. BLAKENEY 54,55 was born in 1832 in Maryland,55 died on 3 Sep 1861 in Baltimore County, Maryland at age 29, and was buried in Loudon Park National Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland.

+ 923 F    ii. Sarah Elizabeth BLAKENEY 54,55,644 was born in Dec 1842 in Maryland,645 died on 22 Jun 1911 in Washington, District of Columbia646 at age 68, and was buried in Saint Philips Cemetery. Prince George's County, Maryland.646

271. Julia Ann BLAKENEY 54,204 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Nov 1806 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia,54 died on 4 Oct 1864 in Baltimore County, Maryland205 at age 57, and was buried in the family burying ground of John Cockey, Jr..205

General Notes: Julia Ann BLAKENEY married Thomas ARMACOST.

The family burying ground of John COCKEY, Jr., is situated on the old tavern property of Stephen COCKEY, on the east side of the Falls road where it crosses Green Spring valley, to the right of the field road beyond the orchard. Inscriptions found here are: ...
To the left of the field road beyond the orchard we find:
Fell asleep in Jesus October 4th, 1864 Julia Ann Beloved wife of Thomas Armacost, I the 57th year of her age.
None know her but to love her
None named her but to praise
Farewell Mother, we thy loss deplore
The time was short the pain was great thou bore
But Jesus sent his Angels from the skies
A bore thy spirit up where pleasure never dies."
[Historic graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia, National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maryland, p. 141-143]

Julia married Thomas ARMACOST 54,205 on 18 Mar 1832.54 Thomas was born about 1806 in Maryland.204

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, 1st District; Series: M432 Roll: 280 Page: 444: 2894 3042 Thos ARMACOST 44 M Stone Mason MD; Julian 44 F MD; James 13 M MD; Mary E. 11 F MD; Maria L. 7 F MD.

1860 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County,Towson Town P O; Series: M653 Roll: 468 Page: 620: 774 763 Ths ARMACOST 52 M Stone mason --- 100 MD; Julia 54 F MD; Maria 17 F MD.
Ten homes away at 782 773 is Thomas and Julia's son James, 22, also a stone mason, and wife Mary A., 18.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 924 M    i. John T. ARMACOST 54 was born on 15 Dec 1832.54

+ 925 F    ii. Mary Ann ARMACOST 54 was born on 1 Sep 1835.54

+ 926 M    iii. Capt. James T. ARMACOST, USA 204 was born about 1837 in Maryland.204

+ 927 F    iv. Mary E. ARMACOST 204 was born about 1839 in Maryland.204

+ 928 F    v. Maria L. ARMACOST 204 was born about 1843 in Maryland.204

272. James Townsend BLAKENEY 54,206 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 24 Jan 1807 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia,54 died on 15 Dec 1850 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 43, and was buried on 16 Dec 1850. Another name for James was James T. BLAKNEY.206

General Notes: James Townsend BLAKENEY, son of Abel BLAKENEY and Mary O'DANIEL, was born 24 January 1807 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia.*

*"In 1791 President George Washington determined that the survey to establish the boundaries of the ten-mile-square Federal District should begin at Jones Point, south of Alexandria, and should proceed northwestward so as to exclude the Falls Church. The survey was made that summer, and boundary stones were set up at one-mile intervals. The District of Columbia was not organized until 1801, however. The part of Fairfax County ceded by Virginia to federal jurisdiction was then organized as Alexandria County, which included the Town of Alexandria. All of the present Arlington County was located in the original Ten Mile Square of the District of Columbia... In 1846 the County voted in favor of retrocession, and in 1847 the retrocession was accomplished. Instead of returning the area to Fairfax County, Virginia, Alexandria County remained a separate county." [http://www.arlingtonhistoricalsociety.org/learn/snapshots/alexandria_county.html]

James T. married Sophia BOWEN on 23 Aug 1838.

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester; Series: M432 Roll: 945 Page: 282: Hotel Line 15 James T. BLAKNEY [sic] 42 M VA; Line 16 James BLAKENEY 12 M MD; Line25 Sophia BLAKNEY [sic] 38 F MD. [Apparently Sophia was missed and added at the end of the list of boarders.]

"On the 15th inst., JAMES TOWNSEND BLAKENEY, in the 43d year of his age. His friends and acquantance are respectfully invited to attend his funeral on this (Monday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his late residence , No, 13 Mott street." [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, December 16, 1850, Page 2]

James married Sophia BOWERS 54 on 23 Aug 1838.54 Sophia was born about 1812 in Maryland.206

General Notes: "Sophia Bowers Blakeney, wife of James T. Blakeney, remarried Charles Hibbs on 2 August 1853. They were living together in Washington, D.C. in 1860 but they are living apart by the 1870 census. The date of marriage was taken from the Index to marriages in the (Baltimore) Sun, 1851-1860,Thomas L. Hollowak, page 26. ["Hibbs, Charles, 2 August 1853, (Mrs.) Sophia Blakeney 10/10/53-2"] She is not a direct relative but I thought you might want to close out your entry for her. I saw her name (Sophia Hibbs) as a witness to an affidavit for Sarah Blakeney's widow pension in 1864. After a little digging, I discovered who she was." [Spencer Hunt, email, 2/11/2011]

1860 U.S. Census, District of Columbia, Washington, Ward 4, Washington; Series: M653 Roll: 103 Page: 242:
802 830 Charles HIBBS 58 M Messenger $6000 $200 England; Sophia " 42 F MD; [2 step-sons and a household servant]. Note: This census indicates Sophia born about 1818. The 1850 census incdicates she was born about 1812.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 929 M    i. James T. BLAKENEY 647 was born about 1838 in Maryland.206

273. Alfred Enos BLAKENEY 54 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 19 Jun 1809 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia54 and died on 12 Aug 1849 at age 40.

General Notes: "Seeking information on Alfred Enos Blakeney. He married Rebecca (Bull) Cunningham on 27 Dec 1836 in Baltimore, Md. Need birth and death dates for them. They had a son named William H. Blakeney. Thanks!" (Mary Abeska, http://www.jenforum.org/cgi-bin/print.cgi?blakeney::446.html)

William H Blakeney Preview Parents: F: Alfred Enos Blakeney M: Rebecca BULL Name: William H Blakeney Birth: dd mm 1837 - Maryland, USA Death: date - Kent Spouse: M: Rebecca Bull Birth: dd mm 1837 - Maryland, USA Death: date - Kent (http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_8000C002=Frederick&_8000C003=Blickensderfer&_80004002=Oliver+Harvey&_80004003=Blickensderfer&_80008002=Rosanna+Charlotte&_80008003=Walton&rg_81004010=1838&rg_81004030=0&prox=1&db=owt&ti=5538&rank=1&offerid=0%3A7737%3A0)

Alfred Enos Blakeney was born June 19, 1809 in Alexandria VA and his family moved to Baltimore in 1812. (Robert Hunt, http://genforum.genealogy.com/blakeney/messages/561.html)

Alfred is presumed to have died before 1860 when his wife Rebecca, 43, and son William H., 22, reside in the home of Charles ZEAGLER, 28, and his wife Elizabeth, 24, in Baltimore County, Maryland and Alfred is not with them.

"The correct date of death is 12 Aug 1849 according to the Baltimore Sun. Cause or place unknown. Alfred enlisted as a private in the U.S. Army on 6 Mar 1838. Discharge unknown. Alfred re-enlisted on 24 Apr 1847 and was discharged Oct 1848 with a disability according to military records. Served in the Mexican War at New Mexico." (Spencer Hunt)

Alfred married Rebecca BULL 54,648 on 27 Dec 1836 in Baltimore County, Maryland. Rebecca was born about 1817 in Maryland648 and died after 1880.649

General Notes: Rebecca BULL first married William CUNNINGHAM.in 1831. She and William had a daughter Mary Elizabeth born in 1834. Rebecca married second Alfred Enos BLAKENEY. She and Enos had a son, William H. BLAKENEY, born in 1837. Enos died in 1849.

Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
"Blakely Rebecca confectioner, 150 n Eden"
[http://www.msa.md.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000564/html/am564--35.html]

Rebecca's daughter married Charles ZIRKEL about 1856. In 1860 and 1870 Rebecca BLAKENEY was living in Mary's home.

1860 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 8, Baltimore; Series: M653 Roll: 462 Page: 213: 2880 3335 Charles ZERGLER [sic] 28 M Carpenter 1000 200 MD; Elizabeth 24 F MD; Charles 3 M MD; Eliza 3/12 F MD; Rebecca BLAKENEY 43 F MD; William H. 22 M Coach painter MD.

1870 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 7, Baltimore; Series: M593 Roll: 574 Page: 50: 432 778 ZIRKEL Charles 37 M W Carpenter --- 800 MD;
-- Mary 32 F W Keeping house MD;
-- Charles W. H. 13 M W Att. school MD;
-- Eliza J. Att. school MD;
BAKER Eliza 48 F W MD;
BAKER Henry 25 M W Coach painter MD;
-- Frederick W. 22 M W Coach maker MD;
[next page]
BAKER Charles N. 17 M W App. Carpenter MD;
BLAKLEY [sic] Rebecca 52 F W MD.

1880 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 7, Baltimore; Series: T9 Roll: 499 Page: 509:
191 235 ZERKEL Chas W M 45 M Carpenter MD Germany Germany;
-- Mary E. W F 44 Wife M Keeping house MD MD MD;
-- Chas W. W M 23 Son S Bookkeeper MD MD MD;
-- Lottie W F 9 Dau S At school MD MD MD;
BLAKENEY Rebecca W F 68 M-i-law Wd At home MD MD MD;
MOORE Annie W F 25 Boarder S Sales ladt in store MD MD MD.

1900 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Ward 18, Baltimore; Series: T623 Roll: 616 Page: 72:
North Mount St 908 4 5 ZERKLE Charles Head W M Dec 1833 66 M 46 MD Germany Germany Carpenter;
-- Mary E. Wife W F July 1833 66 M 46 9 2 MD MD MD;
-- Charles W. Son W M May 1857 43 M 13 MD MD MD Bookkeeper;
-- Jennie H. Dau-in-law W M [sic] July 1858 41 M 13 4 4 MD MD MD;
-- Lottie B. Dau W F Jan 1871 28 S MD MD MD Music teacher;
-- Edna H. GrDau W F Mar 1888 12 S MD MD MD Attends school;
-- William E. GrSon W M June 1890 9 S MD MD MD Attends school;
--Jennie N. GrDau W F Mar 1893 7 S MD MD MD Attends school;
-- H. Adele GrDau W F Oct 1898 1 S MD MD MD.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 930 M    i. William H. BLAKENEY 648 was born in Sep 1837 in Maryland650 and died before 1920.651

274. William H. BLAKENEY 54 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 4 Aug 1811 in Alexandria County, District of Columbia.54

275. John D. BLAKENEY, USA 54,207 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 20 Jun 1815 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 1 Oct 1864 in U.S.A. General Hospital, Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island, Mobile County, Alabama at age 49, and was buried on 1 Oct 1864 in Mobile National Cemetery.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, District 1; Series: M432 Roll: 280 Page: 446: 2928 3076 John BLAKENY 35 M Carpenter MD; Sarah " 28 F MD; Elizabeth " 8 F MD; Chas. " 5 F MD; Mary J. " 3 F MD; James LEISHER 20 M Carpenter MD.

1860 census not found.

"During the Civil War, with 7 children at home ranging in age from 17 to 2 years, John D. volunteered, July 3,1863, for service in the U. S. Army. He was mustered into military service August 1, 1863, joining Combany B, Third Regiment, Cavalry, Maryland volunteers, and was a Saddler, repairing saddles, with the rank of "private", his pay was $13.00 per month. Several stories appearing in various biographical sketches of his son Albert A. Blakeney, who would eventually become a U.S. Congressman, stated #1, that a galloping horse stumbled and threw him into a tree, killing him; #2, that he was killed in a cavalry charge in North Carolina; #3, that he was "killed" in Mobile, Alabama. The truth of the matter is, that he died October 1, 1864 of severe infection associated with chronic dysentery at Fort Gaines, U.S. Army Hospital, Dauphin Island, Mobile, Alabama. He was buried in the Mobile National, Section # 3, Grave # 591, 1202 Virginia Street, Mobile, Alabama 366604." (Spencer Hunt)

John married Sarah GAUNT,54,207 daughter of John GAUNT, on 14 Jan 1841 in Baltimore County, Maryland.54 Sarah was born in 1822 in England,54,652 died on 13 Jan 1898 in Baltimore County, Maryland at age 76, and was buried in Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.

General Notes: Sarah GAUNT married John D. BLAKENEY on 14 January 1841 in Baltimore, Maryland. She and John had eight children.

John was a Union soldier in the War Between The States. He died of dysentery in 1864 at Fort Gaines, U.S. Army Hospital, Dauphin Island, Mobile, Alabama. Sarah filed for a widow's pension in 1864. Sophia Gaunt Blakeney HIBBS, her sister-in-law, and remarried widow of Sarah's brother, James Townsend BLAKENEY, was a witness for her claim. [Spencer Hunt]

1870 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, 3rd District, Randellstown P O; Series: M593 Roll: 569 Page: 185: 314 315 BLAKENY Sarah 48 F W Keeping house England; -- Elizabeth 28 F W Cot. Fac. Hand MD; -- Charles 25 M W Carpenter MD; -- Albert 19 M W Appe.tic[?] Cot. Mill MD; -- Martha 17 F W Cotten Fac. Hand MD; [next page 186] -- John 12 M W At school MD; -- Edward 9 M W At school MD; HOLSTON John 22 M W Blacksmith VA; -- Mary 22 F W At home MD. [John J. HOLSTON was married to Mary J. BLAKENEY, Sarah's daughter.]

1880 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Davidsville District, Woodberry; Series: T9 Roll: 496 Page: 145: 294 314 BLAKENEY Sarah W F 57 Wd Keeping house England England England; -- Martha W F 25 Dau Work in cotton mill MD MD England; -- John W M 22 Son S Machinist MD MD England; -- Edward W M 19 Son S MD MD England.
Next door is Sarah's daughter Mary HOLSTON and family. Next to Mary is Sarah's son Charles BLAKENEY and family.

Sarah Gaunt BLAKENEY's gravestone in their family section in Baltimore Cemetery shows she died 13 January 1898.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 931 F    i. Elizabeth R. BLAKENEY 207 was born on 11 Feb 1842 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 27 Mar 1872 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 30, and was buried in Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland.54

+ 932 M    ii. John BLAKENEY 54 was born on 19 Jun 1844 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 and died before 1 Jun 1850 in Baltimore County, Maryland.207

+ 933 M    iii. Charles Wesley BLAKENEY 207,653 was born on 22 Apr 1845 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 24 Sep 1922 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 77, and was buried on 26 Sep 1922 in Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland.54

+ 934 F    iv. Mary J. BLAKENEY 54,207 was born in Jul 1847 in Baltimore County, Maryland,653 died on 18 Jan 1935 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 87, and was buried in Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.

+ 935 M    v. Representative Albert Alexander BLAKENEY, U.S. Congress 54,654 was born on 28 Sep 1850 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 15 Oct 1924 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 74, and was buried in Baltimore Cemetery.

+ 936 F    vi. Martha Gaunt BLAKENEY 54,654 was born on 23 Dec 1852 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 13 May 192754 at age 74, and was buried in Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.54

+ 937 M    vii. John Wesley BLAKENEY 54,655 was born on 27 Aug 1858 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 4 Jul 193654 at age 77, and was buried in Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland.54

+ 938 M    viii. Edward Henry BLAKENEY 54,655,656 was born on 16 Jun 1861 in Baltimore County, Maryland,54 died on 1 May 1925 in Baltimore County, Maryland54 at age 63, and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland.

276. Samuel W. BLAKENEY 54 (Mary O'DANIEL52, John9, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 17 Jun 1820 in Baltimore County, Maryland.54

General Notes: "Samuel W. Blakeney enlisted as a private in the U.S. Army on 20 Sep 1848. He was discharged on 13 March 1850 due to disability at Fort McHenry, Baltimore." (Spencer Hunt)

Samuel married Celestine AFFAROUX 54 on 22 Jul 1845 in Baltimore County, Maryland.54 Celestine was born circa 1825.

Marriage Notes: Samuel W. Blackeney Celestine Affaroux 22 Jul 1845 Baltimore, Maryland
[FamilySearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M70407-6, Source Film Number: 13694, Collection: Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970]

General Notes: Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
Blakeney Celestine, 282 n Gay
[http://www.msa.md.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000564/html/am564--35.html]

277. Amanda Malvina TALBOTT (Daniel TALBOTT54, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 18 Jul 1833 in Clark County, Indiana and died on 18 Oct 1889 in Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 56.

General Notes: Born in Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana. Died in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Amanda married William Alle LEE before 1857. William was born on 21 Jun 1824 in Stark County, Ohio and died on 20 May 1885 in Fredericksburg, Virginia at age 60.

General Notes: Born in Canton, Stark County, Ohio.
Died in Fredericksburg, Virginia


The child from this marriage was:

+ 939 F    i. Lucy Malvina LEE was born on 12 Apr 1857 in Jefferson County, Kentucky and died on 4 Sep 1912 in Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 55.

278. Timothy CARRINGTON (Elizabeth TALBOTT55, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1804.

279. John Talbott CARRINGTON (Elizabeth TALBOTT55, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1807.

280. Alanson TINSLEY 208,209,210 (Nancy TALBOTT57, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 24 Jul 1815 in Fayette County, Kentucky,209 died on 1 Jun 1899 in Mason County, Texas at age 83, and was buried in Old Gooch Cemetery, Mason County, Texas.

General Notes: Alanson Tinsley married Catherine Grace Fox 17 Aug 1843 in Montgomery County, Tennessee. [Tennessee Marriages, Montgomery Marriages, 1802-1850]

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Todd County Dist-1, Series: M432 Roll: 219 Page: 228:
465 469 Alanson TINSLEY 34 M Blacksmith 1500 KY; Catherine 26 F VA; Ann 4 F KY; James 2 M KY; Wm RADFORDS 16 M Farmer VA; Victoria 10 F VA.

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Denton County, Lewisville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1582 Page: 183: 198 199 TINSLEY Alanson 55 M W Farmer 700 800 KY; -- Catherine 45 F W Keeping house VA; -- James L. 22 M W Works on farm KY; -- Julia E. 18 F W Attending school KY; -- William J. 17 M W Attending school KY; -- David B. 13 M W Attending school KY; -- John S. 11 M W Attending school; -- Josephus 7 M W At home KY; -- Alva 3 M W At home KY.
Next door is their daughter Mary, called Mollie, and her husband: 196 198 HATCHER Jordan W. 28 M W Stock Raiser 1500 1500 MO; -- Mollie S. 20 F W Keeping house KY; WOOD Finley(?) 22 F B House keeper VA.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Wise County, 3-PCT, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 1333 Page: 154 (Family History Library Film 1255333 NA Film Number T9-1333 Page Number 154B): Alanson TINSLEY Self M Male W 64 KY Farmer SC KY; Catharine G TINSLEY Wife M Female W 55 VA Keeping House ENG VA; William J. TINSLEY Son S Male W 25 KY Farm Laborer KY VA; David B. TINSLEY Son S Male W 22 KY Clerk In Store KY VA; John S. TINSLEY Son S Male W 20 KY Farm Laborer KY VA; Josephes TINSLEY Son S Male W 15 KY At School KY VA; Alva TINSLEY Son S Male W 13 KY At School KY VA; John DOIL Other S Male W 26 NC Farm Laborer --- ---.

Alanson Tinsley moved to Mason, Texas, when he retired, and lived with his son, Alva, until his death 1 June 1899. He was buried in the Mason Cemetery and his grave is marked with a large tombstone bearing the emblem of the Masonic Lodge. [Tinsley Et Al, by William Eldon Tinsley]

Alanson Tinsley is buried in Old Gooch Cemetery, Mason, Mason County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 73753985 lists hie birth on Jul. 24, 1815 in Fayette County, Kentucky, and his death on Jun. 1, 1899 in Mason County, Texas.




TINSLEY ET AL by WILLIAM ELDON TINSLEY
Alanson Tinsley moved to Mason, Texas, when he retired, and lived with his son, Alva, until his death 1 June 1899. He was buried in the Mason Cemetery and his grave is marked with a large tombstone bearing the emblem of the Masonic Lodge.

Family links:
Spouse:
Catherine Fox Tinsley (1824 - 1910)

Children:
James Liburn Tinsley (1848 - 1931)*
Mollie Tinsley Hatcher (1849 - 1934)*
Julia Elizabeth Tinsley Woody (1851 - 1929)*
William J Tinsley (1853 - 1928)*
David Bailey Tinsley (1857 - 1937)*
John S. Tinsley (1859 - 1938)*
Josephus Tinsley (1863 - 1930)*
Alva Tinsley (1867 - 1942)*




===

WHO IS?
POSSIBLE SON or GRANDSON: Born abt 1835??
1880 Census (Census Place District 4, Allen, Kentucky Family History Library Film 1254401 NA Film Number T9-0401Page Number 204A): Alanson J. TINSLEY Self M Male W 45 KY Laborer Farmer KY NC; Vienna TINSLEY Wife M Female W 28 KY Keeping House KY KY; Mary E. TINSLEY Dau S Female W 8 KY At Home KY KY; Nancy E. TINSLEY Dau S Female W 6 KY At Home KY KY; James T. TINSLEY Son S Male W 2 KY At Home KY KY; William J. TINSLEY Son S Male W 1M KY At Home KY KY.

Alanson married Catherine Grace FOX 208,209,210 on 17 Aug 1843 in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Catherine was born on 28 Mar 1824 in Louisa County, Virginia209 and died on 20 Aug 1910 in Parker County, Texas at age 86.

General Notes: In 1910, Katherine Grace TINSLEY, 87, lives in the home of her son, Josephus, 46, in Mason County, Texas.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 940 F    i. Ann TINSLEY 210 was born about 1846 in Kentucky.210

+ 941 M    ii. James Liburn TINSLEY 208,210,657 was born on 18 Jan 1848 in Todd, Kentucky,210 died on 31 May 1931 in Crosby County, Texas at age 83, and was buried in Crosbyton Cemetery.

+ 942 F    iii. Mary Susan TINSLEY 208 was born on 22 Sep 1849 in Todd County, Kentucky and died after 1 Jan 1920.658

+ 943 F    iv. Julia E. TINSLEY 208 was born about 1851 in Todd, Kentucky.

+ 944 M    v. William Julian TINSLEY 209,659 was born in Jun 1853 in Todd, Kentucky,660 died on 18 Jun 1928 in Montague County, Texas at age 75, and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Montague County, Texas.

+ 945 M    vi. David Bailey TINSLEY 209 was born on 27 Feb 1857 in Todd, Kentucky661 and died after 1919.

+ 946 M    vii. John Stanford TINSLEY 209,662 was born about 1859 in Todd, Kentucky.

+ 947 M    viii. Josephus TINSLEY 209 was born on 27 Jul 1863 in Todd, Kentucky.

+ 948 M    ix. Alva TINSLEY 209 was born on 21 May 1867 in Todd, Kentucky, died on 2 Aug 1942 in Bexar County, Texas at age 75, and was buried in Old Gooch Cemetery, Mason County, Texas.

281. James Daniel TINSLEY (Nancy TALBOTT57, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Apr 1817 in Fayette County, Kentucky, died on 25 Jul 1901 at age 84, and was buried in Little Prairie Cemetery, Pemiscot County, Missouri.

General Notes: 1860 MISSOURI PEMISCOT TWP 12 N RANGE 16 E, Caruthersville P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 638 Page: 508:
269 265 James D. TINSLEY 43 M W Dr. Physician 10,000 7470 KY
Susan TINSLEY 28 F W Housewife MO;
(page 509)
James TINSLEY 7 W W MO
John " 3 M W AR
William " 1 M W AR
Gillmore " 20 M W Clerk Dry goods store.

1870 U.S. Census, Missouri, Pemiscot County, Caruthersville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 796 Page: 240:
8 8 TINSLEY, Jas D. 53 M W Physician 8400 1500 KY;
" Susan A. 38 F W Housewife MO;
" J. Oscar 13 M W Attending school MO;
" Mary Lee 6 F W Attending school MO;
" H. A. 2 F W At home MO;
" Wm N. 5/12 M W At home MO Mar;
DANIELS S. L. 13 F W Attending school AR. (This TINSLEY family is part of the William O'DANIEL line from Fairfax County, Virginia. S. L. DANIELS relationship if any has not been discovered.

James D. Tinsley is buried in Little Prairie Cemetery, Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 19896869:

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
JAMES D.
TINSLEY
SON OF
WILLIAM & NANCY
TINSLEY
OF CLARK CO. KY.
BORN APRIL 11, 1817
DIED JULY 25, 1901
aged 84 yrs, 3mos, 14 ds.

James married Susan --?-- about 1851. Susan was born about 1832 in Missouri.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 949 M    i. James TINSLEY was born about 1853 in Missouri.

+ 950 M    ii. John Oscar TINSLEY was born about 1857 in Missouri.

+ 951 M    iii. William TINSLEY was born about 1859 in Arkansas.

+ 952 F    iv. Mary Lee TINSLEY was born on 6 Jan 1863 in Missouri, died on 12 Jul 1892 at age 29, and was buried in Little Prairie Cemetery, Pemiscot County, Missouri.

+ 953 F    v. H. A. TINSLEY was born about 1868 in Missouri.

+ 954 M    vi. Walter N. TINSLEY was born on 23 Mar 1870 in Missouri, died on 10 Jun 1897 at age 27, and was buried in Little Prairie Cemetery, Pemiscot County, Missouri.

282. Mary Ann TINSLEY 211 (Nancy TALBOTT57, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 8 Jul 1819 in Clark County, Kentucky and died on 21 Apr 1879 in Todd County, Kentucky at age 59.

Mary married Charles Newton WAUGH,211 son of John WAUGH and Mary Bronaugh PEYTON, on 17 Sep 1839 in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee. Charles was born on 15 Dec 1813 and died on 1 Aug 1888 in Todd County, Kentucky at age 74.

Marriage Notes: http://users.wirelessfrontier.net/~acree/fam00014.htm

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Todd County, Elkton P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 396 Page: 743: 521 521 Charles WAUGH 45 M W F(armer) 3250 500 TN; Mary WAUGH 41 F W KY; (page 744) Nancy 19 F W KY; Robert 13 M W KY; Thomas 7 M W KY; Esabella MOON 67 F W KY. (Note: Esabelle MOON, 67, may be part of the David MOON household listed immediately below the Charles WAUGH family.)

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Todd County, Trenton Pct, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 500 Page: 449: 153 153 WAUGH Charles M. 55 M W Farmer 8000 1500 TN; -- Mary A. 51 F W Keeping house KY; -- Robert 24 M W Farm laborer KY; -- Thomas N. 16 Farm laborer KY.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Todd County, Trenton, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 443 Page: 238(Family History Library Film 1254443 NA Film Number T9-0443 Page Number 238D): C. M. KAUGH (WAUGH) Self W Male W 65 KY Farmer VA VA; Thomas KAUGH Son S Male W 23 KY Farm Laborer KY KY; James ACREE SonL M Male W 27 TN Farm Laborer VA KY; Nancy ACREE Dau M Female W 22 KY Keeping House KY KY; Mary ACREE GrDau S Female W 13 TN At Home TN KY; Charlie ACREE GrSon S Male W 10 TN At Home TN KY; Thomas ACREE GrSon S Male W 8 TN At Home TN KY; James ACREE GrSon S Male W 5 TN At Home TN KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 955 F    i. Nancy Peyton WAUGH 663 was born on 2 May 1840 in Todd County, Kentucky and died in 1884 in Montgomery County, Tennessee at age 44.

+ 956 M    ii. Robert WAUGH 663 was born about 1846 in Todd County, Kentucky.663

+ 957 M    iii. Thomas N. WAUGH 663 was born about 1852 in Todd County, Kentucky.663

283. John Nickolas TINSLEY (Nancy TALBOTT57, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 19 Oct 1821.

John married Jemima S. BULLOCK about 1842. Jemima was born about 1821.

284. Martha TALBOTT 212 (Benjamin TALBOTT58, Mary O'DANIEL10, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in May 1828 in Fayette County, Kentucky, died in 1894 in Bourbon County, Kentucky at age 66, and was buried in Paris Cemetery.

Martha married David J. HUME,212 son of William Patton HUME 664 and Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT, in Dec 1848 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. David was born on 11 Oct 1824 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, died on 13 Feb 1904 in Bourbon County, Kentucky at age 79, and was buried in Paris Cemetery.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris P O; Series: M653 Roll: 356 Page: 535: 361 377 David HUME 35 M W Farmer 52,000 16,000 KY; -- Martha 32 F W KY; -- Wm 10 M W KY; -- Talbott 8 M W KY; -- Jno 5 M W KY; -- Orlando 3 M W KY; W. TALBOTT 22 M W Student KY. The relationship of "W. TALBOTT 22" to Martha TALBOTT, David's wife, is not yet discovered. Martha is said to have been the only child of Benjamin TALBOTT and Mary GRIMES.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 447 Page: 271: 24 24 HUME David J. 46 M W Farmer 80,000 28,000 KY; -- Martha 41 F W Keeping house KY; -- Willie P. 20 M W At school KY; -- Benjamin T. 18 M W At school KY; -- Orlander 13 M W At school KY; -- Samuel 9 M W KY. (Indexed as HUNN at Heritage Quest. RLD)

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris; Series: T9 Roll: 403 Page: 57: Line 36 HUME D. J. W M 53 M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Martha W F 52 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY; -- O. V. W M 23 Son S Farmer KY KY KY; -- Samuel W M 20 Son S Farmer KY KY KY; -- Sallie W F 2 Dau S KY KY KY. (Q: Martha was about 50 when Sallie was born, normally too old to bear a child. Is Sallie really her daughter? RLD)

In 1900, David, 50, widowed, lives in the home of his son, William P. HUME, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 958 M    i. William Patton HUME 212,665 was born on 4 Jan 1850 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.666

+ 959 M    ii. Benjamin Talbott HUME 212,665 was born on 30 Jun 1851 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, died on 27 Feb 1935 in Lexington, Kentucky at age 83, and was buried in Lexington Cemetery.

+ 960 M    iii. John S. HUME 212 was born on 5 Sep 1853 in Bourbon County, Kentucky212 and died on 11 Feb 1867 at age 13.

+ 961 M    iv. Orlando V. HUME 212,667 was born in Feb 1857 in Bourbon County, Kentucky,668 died on 15 May 1907 in New Orleans, Louisiana at age 50, and was buried in Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

+ 962 F    v. Mary F. HUME .

+ 963 M    vi. Samuel Clay HUME 665 was born on 22 Oct 1860 in Bourbon County, Kentucky,665 died on 14 Apr 1897 in Audrain County, Missouri at age 36, and was buried in Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

+ 964 F    vii. Sallie HUME 667 was born about 1878 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.667

285. Harriett C. MAY (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born circa 1811 in South Carolina.

286. John William MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1815 and died in 1891 in Hale County, Alabama about age 76.

John married Martha Emily MAY 14 in 1841 in Greene County, Alabama. Martha was born in 1826 in Greene County, Alabama and died in 1892 in Hale County, Alabama at age 66.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 965 F    i. Melissa Ann MAY 14 was born on 4 Jun 1844 in Greene County, Alabama, died on 1 Jun 1936 in Hale County, Alabama at age 91, and was buried in Hollow Square Cemetery, Hale County, Alabama.

287. Elizabeth MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1820 in South Carolina.

288. Mary Ann MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born circa 1822. She had no relationships and no children.

289. Henry W. MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1825.

290. Wiley H. MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1825 in Greene County, Alabama.

291. Martha MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1829 in Greene County, Alabama.

292. Thomas W. MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1831 in Greene County, Alabama.

293. Stephen William MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1834 in Greene County, Alabama.

294. Rebecca F. MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1836 in Greene County, Alabama.

295. Susanna C. MAY 14 (James F. MAY62, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1839 in Greene County, Alabama.

296. Elijah WILLINGHAM 14 (Mary Ann MAY64, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1).

297. Mary Jones WILLINGHAM 14 (Mary Ann MAY64, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1).

298. Cynthia WILLINGHAM 14 (Mary Ann MAY64, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1).

299. Elizabeth WILLINGHAM (Mary Ann MAY64, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1).

300. Melissa WILLINGHAM 14 (Mary Ann MAY64, Frances O'DANIEL11, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1).

301. Margaret Daniel TURNER (William TURNER71, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 3 May 1813, died on 2 Jun 1899 in Richland County, South Carolina at age 86, and was buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Richland County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Margaret Daniel Turner, daughter of William Turner and Charlotte Woodward, married John Woodward Durham on 19 March 1829 in Fairfield District, South Carolina. John died 21 January1858.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District, Winnsboro; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 237:
667 M. D. DURHAM 46 F Planter 14,000 55,740 SC
W. S. " 25 M Teacher SC
J. W. " 23 M Planter SC
Charlotte " 21 F SC
Francis M. " 19 M SC
Mary L. " 14 F SC
Eliza " 10 F SC
Ella " 8 F SC

In 1870, Margaret Durham, 58, resides in the home of her daughter Cynthia Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Samuel W. Bookhart in Winnsboro, Fairfield County, South Carolina. Cynthia's sisters, Elizabeth, 20, and Ella, 18, are also in the household.

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6S8-FLY : accessed 16 Mar 2014), Margaret Durham in household of Daniel Bookhart, Township 4, Fairfield, South Carolina, United States; citing sheet 122C, NARA microfilm publication T9.
Daniel Bookhart Self M 38 South Carolina
Violet Bookhart Wife F 38 South Carolina,
Laura Bookhart Dau F 18 South Carolina
John Bookhart Son M 13 South Carolina
Margaret Durham Other F 63 South Carolina
Dilsey Bookhart Dau F 16 South Carolina
Daniel Bookhart Son M 15 South Carolinas
Sarah Bookhart Dau F 10 South Carolina

Margaret Daniel Turner Durham is buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Blythewood, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 40623589:

MARGARET DANIEL
DURHAM
BORN
Mar. 3, 1813
DIED
Jun. 2, 1899
---------
AT REST

Margaret's memorial links to those of her husband, John Woodward Durham (1807 - 1858), and children, Cynthia Elizabeth Durham Bookhart (1831 - 1914) and Mary Lois Durham McNulty (1845 - 1914).

Margaret married John Woodward DURHAM, son of John DURHAM and Cynthia WOODWARD, on 19 Mar 1829 in Fairfield District, South Carolina. John was born on 2 Dec 1807 in Fairfield District, South Carolina, died on 20 Jan 1858 in Fairfield County, South Carolina at age 50, and was buried in Thomas Woodward Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "John Woodward Durham, the only son and child of John and Cynthia Durham, of Fairfield..., the 19th day of March, 1829, he was married to Miss Margaret Daniel Turner. Her father was William Turner. He came from Fredericksburg, VA. to Fairfield and settled near Rocky Creek. Her mother was Charlotte Woodward. She was the daughter of Rev. William Woodward, whose wife was a Miss Nancy Barrett, a lady of Huguenot extraction and of much culture and polish...."
Copied from the News and Herald of Winnsboro, S.C. dated April 9, 1901. Aug. 10, 1901 Ms. Marion Mobley Durham"
[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~donnykrun/Durham_Genealogy.htm]

In the 6 May 1818 Will of Easter McDonald Woodward, widow of Captain John Woodward, gives "to my Grandson John W. Durham the child of my daughter Cynthia deceased - a negro girl Theresa (Becks child) provided that if the said John Should die before he attains the age of twenty one or before marriage, or should die without leaving lawful issue at the time of his death then and in that Case it is my will for the Said girl Theresa to revert to my other children to be divided Share and Share alike."

From the 20 June 1815 Will of his grandfather, John Woodward:
"Item. I give to my grandson, John Woodward Durham, the child of my Deceased Dauighter Cynthia, two hundred and fifty acres of land purchased of William Lewes, be the same more or lefs, also one hundred acres of land purchased of William Dogan, and granted to the said Dogans, be the same more or lefs, one hundred and ninty-five acres of Land purchased of Abner Smith, being the plan whereon the said Abner Smith formerly lived. All of which the several tracts adjoin each other, and one situate on the Branches of the wateree River to my said Grand son john Woodward Durham, his Heirs, and afsigns forever. Item. I give to my said grandson, and his Heirs the following negroes, a girl named Frankey, a boy named Charles, (Emeys Son] a girl named Slatia, a girl named Sukey, a boy named Stephen, a boy named Ely, a boy named Jack (Bens son). Item. I give and bequeath to my said grandson John Woodward Durham, one bed stead, mattrefs, feather bed and furniture, to my said Grandson John Woodward Durham his heirs and afsigns forever.... and it is my will that my said grandson John Woodward Durham, shall not be entitled to receive the Devises, Legacies, and bequests, herin before given to him the said John Woodward Durham, before he attains the age of twenty one years or sooner marries"
From the 6 May 1817 codicil to the above will:
"Item. I give and devise the said tract of one hundred and twenty acres of Land whereon the widow Leggo now lives, to my Grandson John Woodward Durham the infant Son of My deceased Daughter Cynthia Durham, to the said John Woodward Durham his heirs and Afsigns forever."
[Fairfield County Will Typescript (11 Frames); Fairfield District Estate Record Book E, Vol. 7 Pages 122-127]

John Woodward Durham married Margaret Daniel Turner on 19 March 1829 in Fairfield District, South Carolina.

1830 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District, Fairfield; Series: M19 Roll: 169 Page: 367:
John W. DURHAM . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . || . . . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 15-20, 1 male 20-30; 1 female 15-20.

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 181:
J W DURHAM 2 . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . || 1 1 . . 2 . . . . . . . . || [18 male slaves] || [21 female slaves]
Reads: 2 males under 5 [William and John], 1 male 20-30 [John]; 1 female under 5 [Charlotte], 1 female 5-10 [Cinthia], 2 females 20-30 [Margaret and Unknown]..

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8QF-YS8 : accessed 10 Mar 2014), John W Durham, Fairfield county, Fairfield, South Carolina, United States; citing dwelling , family 993, NARA microfilm publication , roll . Affiliate Publication Number M432. Affiliate Film Number 852. Fairfield county, Fairfield, South Carolina. Household ID , 993. House Number 992.
992 993 John W. DURHAM 40 M Planter 10,000 SC
Margaret " 34 F SC
Cinthia " 18 F SC
William " 16 M SC
John " 12 M SC
Charlotte " 10 F SC
Frances " 6 F SC [sic, Francis Marion, male. RLD]
Mary " 4 F SC
Eliza " 1 F SC
Charlotte TURNER 30 F SC
Absalome RHINE 35 M Carpenter NC
[Charlotte Turner, possible sister of Margaret Daniel Turner Durham. RLD]

"John Woodward Durham, the only son and child of John and Cynthia Durham, of Fairfield, was born on the 2nd day of December, 1807. Having been left an orphan in his infancy, Aunt Mary Lyles (Marion), daughter of John and Esther Woodward and wife of Maj. Thomas Lyles of Fairfield, took charge of him. Under her careful supervision and training he remained for some years, and afterwards was under the guardianship of his grandfather, Capt. Charnel Durham, until he arrived at manhood's estate. Having inherited a competent fortune, he now took its management into his own hands, devoting himself to the life of a planter. On the 19th day of March, 1829, he was married to Miss Margaret Daniel Turner. Her father was William Turner. He came from Fredericksburg, VA. to Fairfield and settled near Rocky Creek. Her mother was Charlotte Woodward. She was the daughter of Rev. William Woodward, whose wife was a Miss Nancy Barrett, a lady of Huguenot extraction and of much culture and polish.
As few incidents, worthy of recital, are likely to occur in the quiet and un-obtrusive life that of a farmer chosen by the subject we are sketching, we have none to record. Suffice it to say that John Woodward Durham was a good citizen, a man of strict honor and rectitude, and that in these respects he was swayed by principle and not opinion. In all the relations of life, he exhibited those noble and unseen qualities of heart and mind, which, if more generally emulated by mankind, would make this a better and happier world. A prominent feature of his character was his fondness for his kindred, whether near or remote. He belonged to that old school of gentlemen, now almost extinct, who have been noted for their genuine hospitality and true politeness. His death occurred on the 21st day of January, 1858, in the fifty-first year of his age. He sleeps in the Woodward Cemetery. A tombstone, erected by his wife, who still survives, marks the spot. John Woodward, Charlotte Ellen, Francis Marion, Mary Lois, Eliza Woodward and Margaret Ella. Cynthia Elizabeth married Dr. Samuel W. Bookhart of Richland County. William Strother married Miss Martha Marvin McNulty of Georgetown, S. C.; John Woodward, Jr. (now deceased) married Miss Mary Mobley of Chester County; Charlotte Ellen married Mr. G. A. Woodward, of Talladega, Ala.; Francis Marion never married, but was killed in the late war, near Spotsylvania court house, V.A. ; in the 21st year of his age; Mary Lois married Mr. William Eugene McNulty of Georgetown, S.C.; Eliza Woodward married Capt. J. L. Wardlaw of Edgefield County; Margaret Ella married A. J. Lamar of Fairfield.
Copied from the News and Herald of Winnsboro, S.C. dated April 9, 1901.
Aug. 10, 1901 Ms. Marion Mobley Durham"
[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~donnykrun/Durham_Genealogy.htm]

Departed this life at his residence in Fairfield District, on the evening of the 20th inst., Mr. J. Woodward Durham, in the 51st year of his age. [South Carolina Baptist Marriages and Deaths, 1835-65, February 2, 1858]

John Woodward Durhan is buried in the Thomas Woodward Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 48906283:

IN MEMORY
Of
JOHN WOODWARD DURHAM
Who died Jany 20th 1858,
in the Fifty First Year of his age..

The memorial links to those of his wife, Margaret Daniel Turner Durham (1813 - 1899), and children Cynthia Elizabeth Durham Bookhart (1831 - 1914), John Woodward Durham (1839 - 1881), and Mary Lois Durham McNulty (1845 - 1914).
NOTE: His birthdate and the link to his spouse supplied by Eric Stone (erocks70@yahoo.com)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 966 F    i. Cynthia Elizabeth DURHAM was born on 10 Aug 1831 in Fairfield District, South Carolina, died on 27 Apr 1914 at age 82, and was buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Richland County, South Carolina.

+ 967 M    ii. William Strother DURHAM was born about 1834 in Fairfield District, South Carolina.

+ 968 M    iii. Major John Woodward DURHAM was born about 1838 in Fairfield District, South Carolina and died September 29th, 1871 in Chester County, South Carolina about age 33.

+ 969 F    iv. Charlotte Ellen DURHAM 669 was born in Jun 1839 in Fairfield District, South Carolina,669 died on 23 Jun 1904 in Greene County, Alabama at age 65, and was buried on 24 Jun 1904 in Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama.

+ 970 M    v. Francis Marion DURHAM, C.S.A. was born about 1844 in Fairfield District, South Carolina, died in 1865 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia about age 21, and was buried in the War Between the States.

+ 971 F    vi. Mary Lois DURHAM was born on 31 Oct 1845 in Fairfield District, South Carolina, died on 26 Jan 1914 in Richland County, South Carolina at age 68, and was buried on 27 Jan 1914 in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina.

+ 972 F    vii. Elizabeth Woodward DURHAM was born on 17 Nov 1849 in Fairfield District, South Carolina, died on 30 Oct 1933 in Richland County, South Carolina at age 83, and was buried in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina.

+ 973 F    viii. Margaret Ella DURHAM was born about 1852 in Fairfield District, South Carolina, died on 21 Nov 1929 in Montgomery County, Alabama about age 77, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama.

302. Harriet NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1823 in South Carolina.

303. Captain John Jones NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 1 Mar 1826 in South Carolina, died on 29 Apr 1891 at age 65, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M3T7-WYK : accessed 11 June 2015), William R Nelson, District: 49, Flat Rock Township (part), School Districts 8, 19, Kershaw, South Carolina, United States; citing sheet 3A, family 34, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,241,532
NELSON William R.Head M Sep 1863 36 M 11 SC SC SC
-- Nannie M. Wife F Oct 1865 34 M 11 5 5 SC SC SC
-- Joseph M. Son M Dec 1888 11 SC SC SC
-- Cornelia M. Dau F Feb 1890 9 SC SC SC
-- William R. Jr. Son M Aug 1893 6 SC SC SC
-- Harriet Dau F Aug 1896 3 SC SC SC
-- John E. Son M Aug 1899 9/12 SC SC SC

William Rook Nelson is buried in Section 13, Quaker Cemetery, Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 53216464:

WILLIAM ROOK
NELSON
SEPT. 27, 1863
AUG. 15, 1903

William's memorial links to those of his wife, Nannie Mickle Nelson (1865 - 1901), and a son, William Rook Nelson (1892 - 1962).

John married Sallie Wylie MICKLE about 1851. Sallie was born on 7 Nov 1825 in South Carolina, died on 6 Aug 1865 at age 39, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina. Another name for Sallie was Sarah Wylie MICKLE.

General Notes: "United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8QJ-NS8 : accessed 06 Jul 2014), Sally W Mickle in household of Martha Mickle, Kershaw county, part of, Kershaw, South Carolina, United States; citing family 209, NARA microfilm publication M432. Household ID: 209 , Line Number: 33
Find A Grave Memorial# 31709124
Martha Mickle F 73 SC
Sally W Mickle F 24 SC


Children from this marriage were:

+ 974 M    i. James Rook NELSON was born about 1852 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died after 1880, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina.

+ 975 M    ii. Joseph Daniel NELSON was born on 27 Sep 1853 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died on 11 May 1924 in Kershaw County, South Carolina at age 70, and was buried on 12 May 1924 in Camden, South Carolina.

+ 976 M    iii. English NELSON was born about 1855 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died after Jun 1880, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina.

+ 977 F    iv. Mary English NELSON was born on 9 Dec 1856 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died on 8 Jul 1901 in Kershaw County, South Carolina at age 44, and was buried in Graniteville Cemetery, Aiken County, South Carolina.

+ 978 M    v. John Jones NELSON was born on 5 Aug 1858 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died on 2 Mar 1926 in Kershaw County, South Carolina at age 67, and was buried in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

+ 979 F    vi. Martha Belton NELSON was born on 12 Mar 1860 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died on 23 Mar 1908 in Kershaw County, South Carolina at age 48, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina.

+ 980 F    vii. Margaret Flynn NELSON was born about 1862 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died after Jun 1880, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina.

+ 981 M    viii. William Rook NELSON was born on 27 Sep 1863 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died on 15 Aug 1903 at age 39, and was buried in Quaker Cemetery, Kershaw County, South Carolina.

304. William R. NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1829 in South Carolina and died before 1 Jun 1900.

General Notes: "United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8RK-FWH : accessed 9 June 2015), Jane C Nelsen in household of William R Nelsen, South Carolina, United States; citing p. 65, Line Number: 7, family 612, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 552,998.
William R Nelsen M 40 Farmer 5000 15000 SC
Jane C Nelsen F 35 Keeping house SC
Margaret M Nelsen F 4 SC
Fanny Nelsen F 2 SC
Harriet Nelsen F 9/12 SC Aug

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M6SN-PW5 : accessed 9 June 2015), William R Nelsen, Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district 75, sheet 189C, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 1232; FHL microfilm 1,255,232.
William R Nelsen M 52 M Farmer SC SC SC
Jane C Nelsen Wife F 46 Wd [sic] Keeping house Toothache SC SC SC
Maggie M Nelsen Dau F 14 SC SC SC
Fannie R Nelsen Dau F 12 SC SC SC
Thomas Nelsen Son M 6 SC SC SC
Danniel [sic] Nelsen Son M 3 SC SC SC
Joseph D Nelsen Nephew M 26 S Farmer SC SC SC

William died before 1 June 1900 when Jane is listed as widowed in that census.

William married Jane C. STARK. Jane was born about 1834 in South Carolina.

General Notes: Jane C. Nelson, widow of William R. Nelson who served in Company G, Palmetto regiment, South Carolina Volunteeers and was killed in the Mexican War, filed for a widow's pension on 1 March 1888.
["United States Mexican War Pension Index, 1887-1926," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K8HW-JSX : accessed 11 June 2015), William R Nelson, 1888; citing Pension, South Carolina, NARA microfilm publication T317 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 537,007.]

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M3T7-NM4 : accessed 9 June 2015), Jane Nelson, Wateree Township (part), School Districts 11, 16, Kershaw, South Carolina, United States; citing sheet 25A, family 490, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: District: 51, Household ID: 490 , Line Number: 40 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T623 , GS Film Number: 1241532 , Digital Folder Number: 004120561 , Image Number: 00455 National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,241,532.
Jane Nelson Head F Oct 1834 66 Wd - 9 4 SC SC SC Farming
Tommie Nelson Son M May 1874 26 S SC SC SC [blank]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 982 F    i. Margaret M. NELSON was born about 1865 in South Carolina.

+ 983 F    ii. Frances R. NELSON was born about 1867 in South Carolina.

+ 984 F    iii. Harriet NELSON was born in Aug 1869 in South Carolina.

+ 985 M    iv. Thomas NELSON was born in May 1874 in South Carolina.

+ 986 M    v. William Daniel NELSON was born on 1 Sep 1876 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, died on 28 Aug 1923 in Duval County, Florida at age 46, and was buried on 31 Aug 1923 in Evergreen Cemetery, Duval County, Florida.

305. Rebecca NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1831 in South Carolina.

General Notes: Rebecca, age 19, is named in the 1850 census. In 1870, she is listed by her maiden name, living next to her parents, and has two young females in her household.

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (<https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8RR-DV3> : accessed 07 Mar 2014), Daniel Nelson, South Carolina, United States; citing p. , family 872, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000553006. Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Affiliate Publication Number M593. Page Number 106. 62nd Subdivision, Richland County, South Carolina.
896 872 NELSON Daniel 76 M W Farmer 2000 450 SC
-- Maria 68 F W Keeps house SC
Next door:
897 873 -- Rebecca 40 F W Keeps house SC
-- Sallie 13 F W SC
-- Samuella 8 F W SC

306. Eliza Rook NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1833 in South Carolina, died on 13 May 1898 in South Carolina at age 65, and was buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Richland County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Eliza Rook Nelson married William Warren Entzminger.

About 1855, Eliza Rook Nelson's father, Daniel Nelson, and her brother James M. Nelson, witnessed the Last Will & Testament of Peter Entzminger of Richland District, South Carolina.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 79:
290 291 W. Wash [sic] ENTZMINGER 27 M Farmer 1000 15,000 SC
Eliza R. " 23 F SC
William E. " 7/12 M SC

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 41:
679 631 ENTZMINGER Warren W. 37 M W Farmer 1000 460 SC
-- Elliza [sic] 36 F W Keeps house SC
-- Edd 11 M W SC
-- Emma 10 F W SC

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Upper Township; Series: T9 Roll: 1239 Page: 432:
171 178 ENTZMINGER W. W M 47 M Farmer SC SC SC
-- Eliza W F 47 Wife M Keep house SC SC SC
-- Edwin W M 20 Son S Farm laborer SC SC SC
-- Emma W F 18 Dau S At home SC SC SC
CARTER Eliza W F 45 Servant S Servant SC SC SC

Eliza is buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Blythewood, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of her partially legible headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 40570146:

ELIZA R.
Consort of
W. W. ENTZMINGER
DIED
May 13, 1898
Age 67

Eliza Rook Nelson Entzminger. Aged 67 years. Wife of William Warren Entzminger (1832-1915).

Eliza married William Warren ENTZMINGER, CSA. William was born on 23 Aug 1832 in South Carolina, died on 1 Jan 1915 in Richland County, South Carolina at age 82, and was buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Richland County, South Carolina.

General Notes: W. W. Entzminger, an inmate of the Confederate home, died yesterday after a prolonged illness from heart disease. The deceased was from Blythewood and was 83 years old. His remains were carried to Blythewood by E. Meade Hawley, a relative, for interment. Upon the outbreak of the War Between the Sections [sic] in 1861 Mr. Entzminger entered the Confederate service as a member of Company C, Twelfth South Carolina regiment of Gregg's brigade. [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Sunday, January 3, 1915, Page 3]

William Warren Entzminger, husband of Elizabeth Rook Nelson, is buried in Sandy Level Cemetery, Blythewood, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 40570147:

HOSP STEW
WM W ENTZMINGER
CO C
12 SC INF
CSA
AUG 23 1832
JAN 1 1915

The memorial presents this biogaphy:
Son of J. Frederic Entzminger and Sarah Frances "Sallie" Price. His father was born in Germany and his mother in Wales. As a Confederate soldier he served in Co. C of the 12th South Carolina Regiment. William died at the South Carolina Confederate Soldiers Home in Columbia which opened in 1909. His wife, Eliza Rook Nelson, died in Blythewood in 1898.
Sources: SC Death Cert., Obit., U.S., Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865.
Inscription on the original headstone: "Age 85 years, 8 monthss, 22 days"


Children from this marriage were:

+ 987 M    i. Rev. William Edwin ENTZMINGER was born on 25 Dec 1859 in Richland County, South Carolina, died on 18 Jan 1930 in Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at age 70, and was buried in Municipal Cemetery of Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

+ 988 F    ii. Emma Maria ENTZMINGER was born in 1861, died on 22 Aug 1914 in Florence County, South Carolina at age 53, and was buried in Sandy Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Richland County, South Carolina.

307. James Monroe NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in Apr 1835 in South Carolina, died on 8 May 1904 in Jefferson County, Texas at age 69, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Jefferson County. Texas.

General Notes: Son of Daniel and Marie Nelson of Richland County, South Carolina???

Circa 1855, Daniel Nelson and James M. Nelson witnessed the Last Will & Testament of Peter Entzminger of Richland District, South Carolina. Beteen 1855 and 1860, James and family migrated toLouisiana.

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MFPS-BB4 : accessed 28 Jun 2014), J M Nelson, , De Soto, Louisiana, United States; citing "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. 119, household ID 899, NARA microfilm publication M653; FHL microfilm 803410.
J M Nelson M 26 SC
Mary W Nelson F 26 SC
Robt Nelson M 3 SC
John Nelson M 2 SC

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M877-668 : accessed 28 Jun 2014), James Nelson, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States; citing p. 12, family 93, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000552017.
James Nelson M 35 Farmer SC
Mary Nelson F 36 Keeping house SC
Robert Nelson M 13 SC
John Nelson M 11 SC
William Nelson M 9 LA
Mary Nelson F 7 LA
James Nelson M 5 LA
Martha Nelson F 4 LA
Marlsy [sic] Nelson F 1 LA

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MD6L-QNB : accessed 28 Jun 2014), James M Nelson, 5th Ward, De Soto, Louisiana, United States; citing sheet 239B, NARA microfilm publication T9.
James M Nelson Self M 45 SC SC SC
Mary Nelson Wife F 45 SC SC SC
John Nelson Son M 21 SC SC SC
Rook Nelson Son M 19 LA SC SC
Mamy Nelson Dau F 17 LA SC SC
James Nelson Son M 15 LA SC SC
Mattie Nelson Dau F 12 LA SC SC
Molsey Nelson Son M [sic] 11 LA SC SC
Tally Nelson Son M 9 LA SC SC
Vick Nelson Dau F 7 LA SC SC
Charley Nelson Son M 5 LA SC SC
[Note: Children from page reordered by age. RLD]

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3P3-4CB : accessed 28 Jun 2014), J M Nelson, Justice Precinct 1 Beaumont city (north half), Jefferson, Texas, United States; citing sheet 17A, family 308, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1241650.
J M Nelson Head M Feb 1835 65 M 40 SC SC SC Merchant
M W Nelson Wife F Jan 1835 65 M 40 10 10 LA LA LA
Jim Nelson Son M May 1868 32 LA LA LA Merchant
Marlcia Nelson Dau F Oct 1872 28 S LA LA LA
Charly Nelson Son M Mar 1874 26 S LA LA LA Merchant
Vickie Nelson Dau F Apr 1877 23 S LA School teacher
Josephine Aurtis Servant F 28 TX Cook
S L Adams Boarder M 25 IA
T Latten Boarder M 34 SC
J R McClane Boarder M 45 TX
F R Garnet Boarder M 32 TX
Dennis Garnet Boarder F 23 TX
Bernie Garnet Son of other household member M 2 TX
Ralph Garnet Son of other household member M 1 TX
Ray Garnet Son of other household member M 1/12 TX

James Monroe is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Beaumont, Jefferson County. Texas. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 74638010:

J. M. NELSON
BORN
DEC. 23, 1834
DIED
MAY 8, 1904
---
MARY W. NELSON
JAN. 22, 1834
JAN, 21, 1917

The memorial links to those for four of their children: Robert Whitaker Nelson (1857 - 1935), Mattie Florida Nelson Eakin (1867 - 1936), Victoria Barton Nelson (1873 - 1918), Charles Nelson (1875 - 1935).

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Son of James M. and Mary W. Nelson:
Robert W. Nelson, born 1857 in Sumter County, South Carolina, died 7 October 1935 in Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana at age 78. Hw was a son of J. M. Nelson. ["Louisiana, Deaths Index, 1850-1875, 1894-1956," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FS1R-FM1 : accessed 28 Jun 2014), J M Nelson in entry for Robert W Nelson, 07 Oct 1935; citing Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, certificate number 11516, State Archives, Baton Rouge; FHL microfilm 2203524.]

James married Mary Whitaker DURHAM in Feb 1856 in South Carolina. Mary was born on 20 Jan 1835 in Richland County, South Carolina, died on 22 Jan 1917 in Dallas County, Texas at age 82, and was buried on 24 Jan 1917 in Magnolia Cemetery, Jefferson County. Texas.

General Notes: "209. Mary Eliza Whitaker Durham (Molsey C. Ross7, Mary "Polly" Whitaker6, Catherine Wiggins5, Catherine "Catie" Baker4, Henry Baker III3, Henry Baker II2, Henry Baker I1) was born 02 JAN 1833 in Fairfield Co. , SC, and died 22 JAN 1917 in Beaumont, Jefferson Co. , TX. She married James Monroe Nelson FEB 1856 in SC, son of Daniel Nelson and Maria _____ Nelson. He was born abt 1830? in SC.
Children of Mary Eliza Whitaker Durham and James Monroe Nelson are:
+ 447 i. Robert Whitaker Nelson was born 10 JUL 1857 in Columbia, Richland Co. , SC, and died 08 OCT 1935 in Shreveport, Caddo Par. , LA.
+ 448 ii. John Daniel Nelson was born 20 NOV 1859 in Richland Co. , SC, and died 10 AUG 1943 in Gonzales, Gonzales Co. , TX.
449 iii. Rook Nelson was born 1861 in DeSoto Par. , LA. He married Minnie Taylor. She was born abt 1864. He married Margaret _____ Nelson. She was born abt 1865.
+ 450 iv. Mamie Nelson was born 29 DEC 1862 in DeSoto Par. , LA, and died 16 JUL 1935 in Gonzales, Gonzales Co. , TX.
451 v. James Nelson was born 1865 in DeSoto Par. , LA. He married Sally Lou Roach. She was born abt 1865.
+ 452 vi. Mattie Floride Nelson was born 02 MAR 1867 in DeSoto Par. , LA, and died 02 OCT 1935 in Shreveport, Caddo Par. , LA.
453 vii. Molsie Nelson was born 14 FEB 1869 in DeSoto Par. , LA, and died 16 SEP 1956 in Gonzales, Gonzales Co. , TX.
454 viii. Tally Brown Nelson was born 27 MAR 1871 in DeSoto Par. , LA, and died 25 AUG 1913 in Beaumont, Jefferson Co. , TX.
455 ix. Victoria Barton Nelson was born 20 APR 1873 in DeSoto Par. , LA, and died 03 MAY 1918 in Beaumont, Jefferson Co. , TX.
+ 456 x. Charles Nelson was born 1875 in DeSoto Par. , LA.
[http://ourtexasfamilycom.ipage.com/RossFam/Wiggins-Desc-Gen4-6.html]

Mary W. Nelson died 22 January 1917 in Dallas County, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1903-2000," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VZV9-KF3 : accessed 30 Jun 2014), Mary W. Nelson, 22 Jan 1917; from "Texas, Death Index, 1903-2000," index, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : 2006); citing certificate number 930, Dallas, Texas, Texas Department of Health, State Vital Statistics Unit, Austin.]

Mary W. Nelson, born 20 June 1835 in Winnsboro, [Fairfield County]South Carolina, died 22 January 1917 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas at age 81 years,.7 months, and 2 days. She was a daughter of Robt Durham and Molcie Ross, and was a widow. Her parents were born in South Carolina. Informant was Charles Nelson. Mary was buried in Beaumont, Texas on 24 January 1917. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K3WZ-7YJ : accessed 29 Jun 2014), Mary W Nelson, 22 Jan 1917; citing certificate number 930, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2051760.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 74637953 lists Mary Eliza Whitaker Durham Nelson's burial in Magnolia Cemetery, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on the memorial. Mary's dates of birth are different on the death certificate and the headstone. Using the life span in the death record, her calculated birth date is 19 Jun 1835.

J. M. NELSON
BORN
DEC. 23, 1834
DIED
MAY 8, 1904
---
MARY W. NELSON
JAN. 22, 1834
JAN, 21, 1917

The memorial links to those for four of their children: Robert Whitaker Nelson (1857 - 1935), Mattie Florida Nelson Eakin (1867 - 1936), Victoria Barton Nelson (1873 - 1918), Charles Nelson (1875 - 1935).


Children from this marriage were:

+ 989 M    i. Robert Whitaker NELSON was born on 10 Jul 1857 in Richland County, South Carolina, died on 8 Oct 1935 in Caddo Parish, Louisiana at age 78, and was buried in Forest Park East Cemetery, Caddo Parish, Louisiana.

+ 990 M    ii. John Daniel NELSON was born on 20 Nov 1859 in Richland County, South Carolina, died on 10 Aug 1943 in Gonzales County, Texas at age 83, and was buried on 12 Aug 1943 in Greenwood Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas.

+ 991 M    iii. William Rook NELSON was born in Nov 1862 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 30 Apr 1935 in Jefferson County, Texas at age 72, and was buried on 2 May 1935 in Magnolia Cemetery, Jefferson County. Texas.

+ 992 F    iv. Mary Emma NELSON was born on 29 Dec 1862 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 16 Jul 1935 in Gonzales County, Texas at age 72, and was buried on 17 Jul 1935 in Greenwood Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas.

+ 993 F    v. Martha Florida NELSON was born on 2 Mar 1867 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 28 Aug 1936 in Caddo Parish, Louisiana at age 69, and was buried in Forest Park East Cemetery, Caddo Parish, Louisiana.

+ 994 M    vi. James Anderson NELSON was born in May 1868 in Louisiana and died on 14 Sep 1925 in Caddo Parish, Louisiana at age 57.

+ 995 F    vii. Molcie Ross NELSON was born on 14 Feb 1869 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 16 Sep 1956 in Gonzales County, Texas at age 87, and was buried on 17 Sep 1956 in Greenwood Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas.

+ 996 M    viii. Tally Brown NELSON was born on 27 Mar 1871 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 25 Aug 1913 in Jefferson County, Texas at age 42, and was buried on 26 Aug 1913 in Magnolia Cemetery, Jefferson County. Texas.

+ 997 F    ix. Victoria Barton NELSON was born on 29 Apr 1873 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 13 May 1918 in Jefferson County, Texas at age 45, and was buried on 14 May 1918 in Magnolia Cemetery, Jefferson County. Texas.

+ 998 M    x. Charles NELSON was born on 7 Apr 1875 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, died on 22 Mar 1935 in Dallas County, Texas at age 59, and was buried in Jefferson County, Texas.

308. Martha NELSON (Daniel NELSON78, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1844 in South Carolina.

General Notes: Named as Martha, age 6, in the 1850 census, she is listed as "Mattie" age 15 in the 1860 census.

309. James Nelson SHEDD (Harriet NELSON80, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1827 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 226:
395 395 James N. SHEDD 23 M Planter 4000 Fairfield District
Christian " 22 F Richland District
Edwin BOOKTER 12 M Richland District
[Christian Caroline
birth: about 1830
marriage: about 1850
death: about 1855]

The 1850 U.S. Census, Slave Schedule, Fairfield District, south Carolina lists 18 slaves owned by James N. Shedd.

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZTC-D8V : accessed 26 Feb 2014), J N Shedd, 1860. Winns Boro, Fairfield, South Carolina Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number M653. Page 17. Household ID 130.
J N Shedd M 36 South Carolina
Jane Shedd F 30 South Carolina
Mattie C Shedd F 9 South Carolina
Caroline C Shedd F 7 South Carolina
Eliz P Shedd F 2 South Carolina
Alice Shedd F 0 South Carolina

James married Christian Caroline --?-- before 1850. Christian was born about 1828 in Richland District, South Carolina and died about 1855 about age 27.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 999 F    i. Mattie C. SHEDD was born about 1851 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

+ 1000 F    ii. Caroline C. SHEDD was born about 1853 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

+ 1001 F    iii. Elizabeth P. SHEDD was born about 1858 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

+ 1002 F    iv. Alice SHEDD was born about 1860 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

James next married Jane --?--.

310. Harriet SHEDD (Harriet NELSON80, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1833 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

311. Margaret SHEDD (Harriet NELSON80, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1834 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

312. Martha SHEDD (Harriet NELSON80, Margaret O'DANIEL12, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1837 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

313. Marshall HALBERT 213 (James HALBERT81, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 10 Mar 1812 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky and died on 18 Mar 1863 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 51.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Jefferson County, 4-Wd Louisville; Series: M653 Roll: 376 Page: 93: 652 667 Marshl HALBERT 48 M Wholese Grocery 56,000 40,000 KY; Kate -- 39 F PA; Mary PLUMER 23 F Domestic Hanover [Germany?].

Marshall married Catherine --?-- 670 circa 1838. Catherine was born about 1825 in Pennsylvania and died on 2 May 1887 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky about age 62. They had no children.

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Jefferson County, 6-Wd Louisville; Series: M593 Roll: 474 Page: 602: "398 510 HALBERT Kate 45 F W Keeping house 58,000 30,000 PA" lives in the household of FISH(?) Benny 26 OH and Florence, 22 KY. She is the widow of Marshall HALBERT.

314. HALBERT (James HALBERT81, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1815 and died about 1815.

315. Elizabeth HALBERT 214 (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 4 Jul 1808 in Lewis County, Kentucky214 and died on 15 Oct 1850 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 42.

General Notes: Elizabeth HALBERT married Cornelius DAVIS on 17 November 1831.

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Not this Elizabeth DAVIS - 1840 Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Languille Township; Series: M704: Roll: 20 Page: 193:
Line 21 DAVIS Elizabeth 2 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Reads: Two males 0-5; one male 10-15; one female 5-10; one female 10-15; one female 30-40; 6 slaves. They live in the neighborhood of HALBERT family members who had moved to this locale from Lewis County, Kentucky.
1840 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Saline County, Davis Township; Series: ___ Roll: ___ Page: ___: DAVIS, Elizabeth 0 0 0 0 2 1 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 3.
Next door to Elizabeth DAVIS is RATCLIFF, John 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 - 2 0 1 0 1 -- 9.
Thirteen households away is RATCLIFF, Z. N 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 1 0 0 1 -- 0.
Are these part of the RATCLIFFE family of 1750 Fairfax County, VA who went to KY with the TALBOT, HALBERT, and O'DANIEL families?

Elizabeth married Cornelius DAVIS,671 son of David Ward DAVIS, RS-VA and Elizabeth BRANDENBERG,672 on 17 Nov 1831. Cornelius was born on 8 Oct 1806 in Ohio and died on 28 Oct 1860 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 54.

General Notes: "Cornelius (deceased, family resides in this county and Arizona)"

Cornelius DAVIS married on 17 November 1831 Elizabeth HALBERT, daughter of Henry HALBERT and Sarah NIXON of Lewis County, Kentucky. He and Elizabeth removed to St. Francis County, Arkansas.

Arkansas Territorial Commissions: 1833 Nov 12 Davis, Cornelius St. Francis Magistrate
(Arkansas Territorial Papers, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/state/history/terr/terr2.txt)

1840 Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Languille Township; Series: M704: Roll: 20 Page: 198:
Line 1 DAVIS Cornelius 2 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Reads: two males 0-5 (Henry H. & Unknown); one male 5-10David W.); one male 30-40 (Cornelius); one female 0-5 (Harriet); one female 5-10 (Elizabeth Jane); one female 30-40 (Elizabeth). There is time between known children in Cornelius' family for a son born about 1837 who did not survive to be named in the 1850 census.

Cornelius' neighbors include these surnames associated with his family:
198 13 McDaniel John 1 1 2 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 1 2 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
198 29 Davis Benj 1 . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
195 26 Halbert John 1 2 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
201 24 Halbert John . 1 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
202 3 Calvert James . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
203 2 Calvert J W . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 2 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
203 11 Calvert Stephen . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
201 25 Cheetham anderson . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
201 26 Cheetham L. . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
201 28 Cheetham John . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

1850 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St Francis County, Franks Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 30 Page: 71: 475 475
Cornelius DAVIS 43 M Farmer 2,000 OH; Eliza DAVIS 42 F KY; Elizabeth DAVIS 17 F AR; David DAVIS W. 15 M AR; Henry DAVIS 13 M AR; Harriett DAVIS 10 F AR; Sarah DAVIS 9 F AR; Thomas DAVIS 7 M AR; John M. DAVIS 4 M AR; Ellis MIMS 23 M Farmer GA. Their next door neighbor is John W. and Nancy CALVERT from Kentucky. Two homes away is William, 55 KY, and Elizabeth, 52 SC, DANIELS, not known to be related, but may be from the missing line of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia's grandson, James, who inherited 200 acres of land in what is now Lewis County, Kentucky as did John's HALBERT and TALBOT sons-in-law.

Cornelius' wife, Elizabeth Halbert DAVIS died 15 October 1850. Cornelius remarried to Elizabeth's sister, Madeline HALBERT, about 1851.

Cornelius and Madeline had a son, John Maison DAVIS, born in Apr 1852. Madeline died 10 April 1852, soon after John's birth.

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St Francis County, Franks Twp Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 445: 374 374 Cornelius DAVIS 55 M W Farmer 16,800 9,000 OH; David W. " 25 M W R R Agent AR; Henry H. " 24 M W Com Laborer 3200 AR; Harriet " 20 F W AR; Sarah " 18 F W AR; Thomas " 18 M W Com Laborer AR; Jackson M. " 10 M W AR; James M. " 9 M W AR. (Note: Thomas, Jackson and James are "dittoed" as Female; names indicate they are male. RLD)

Cornelius died on 28 October, 1860.

Arkansas Land Records:
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 7 4N 4E 40 1834/11/01
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 12 4N 3E 41.22 1838/07/28
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 10 4N 3E 80 1838/07/30
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 10 4N 3E 80 1842/12/01
DAVIS CORNELIUS Desha 13 8S 1E 125.57 1842/12/01
DAVIS CORNELIOUS C Van Buren 11 9N 13W 40 1860/05/01
(Below occurred well after Cornelius' death in 1860)
DAVIS CORNEALIUS L Benton 28 17N 33W 80 1886/03/30

(http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/arkland/arkland.pl)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1003 F    i. Elizabeth Jane DAVIS 214 was born on 3 Sep 1832 in Lewis County, Kentucky214 and died on 15 Apr 1915 at age 82.

+ 1004 M    ii. David W. DAVIS 671 was born on 9 Dec 1833 in St. Francis County, Arkansas.

+ 1005 M    iii. Henry H. DAVIS 671 was born on 27 Jan 1836.

+ 1006 M    iv. Male DAVIS was born about Jan 1838 and died before 1850.

+ 1007 F    v. Harriet DAVIS 671 was born on 17 Dec 1839.

+ 1008 F    vi. Sarah Calvert DAVIS 671 was born on 18 Jul 1842 in Arkansas,673 died on 15 Sep 1907 at age 65, and was buried in Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona.

+ 1009 M    vii. Thomas J. DAVIS 671 was born on 17 Feb 1844 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

+ 1010 M    viii. Sheriff John M. DAVIS 671 was born on 14 Jul 1845 in St. Francis County, Arkansas,674 died on 19 May 1923 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 77, and was buried in Forrest City Cemetery.

+ 1011 M    ix. Jackson M. DAVIS was born about 1850 in St. Francis County, Arkansas.

316. Sheriff James M. HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 25 Dec 1809 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died in 1852 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 43.

General Notes: "Henry's eldest son, James M. HALBERT, born 1809, died 1852, was very successful as a businessman and planter. He was Sheriff of St. Francis County, [Arkansas] 1840-1848. He married, 1840 Antoinette McDANIEL. By her he had two sons, Andrew Jackson HALBERT and James Amos HALBERT. His wife died shortly after James Amos' birth. In 1845, he married his wife's cousin, Rachel McDANIEL. Both boys served in the Confederate States Army." (William C. Halbert, Sr.)

James left Lewis County, Kentucky about 1830 starting his move west. The History of Clay County, Indiana, under EARLY SETTLEMENTS AND PIONEER NOTES mentions his arrival there about that time: "Of the pioneer population of the northwest part of the county were the Archers, Downings, Akers, Websters and Yocums, who settled there as early as, or prior to, 1830, and soon there- after came Berryman JAMES, George McCULLOUGH, Daniel DUNLAVY, James SMITH, James M. HALBERT and others." (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/in/clay/misc/early2.txt)

Sheriffs: William Strong, T. J. Curl, J. M. HALBERT, William Dunn, G. V. C. Johnson, G. B. Michie, G. W. Seaborn, J. R. Gurley, John Parham, W. J. Matthews and D. M. Wilson. (St. Francis County History, St. Francis County, Arkansas (http://www.arkansasfamilies.net/afcostfran.html)

"J. A. HOLBERT is one of the leading farmers and stock raisers of Lee County, Ark., and here his birth occurred in 1843, he being the second child born to James M. and Antoinette (McDaniel) HOLBERT, who were born in Kentucky and Arkansas, respectively, the former's birth occurring in 1809, and the latter's in 1825. The father (JAMES M. HALBERT) removed to this State in 1815, and after making his home here until 1849, he went to Mississippi and died opposite to where Helena, Ark. is. Our subject and his brother, A. J., who lives in Arizona, and is the sheriff of Maricopa County, are the only children born to their parents, and the mother (Antoinette Calvert McDANIEL) died on November 29, 1843. James M. HOLBERT was married a second time in 1845, his wife being Mary McDANIEL, a daughter of Archibald McDANIEL, and one child, Antoinette, blessed this union, she being now the wife of N. B. PURNELL, and resides in Pike County, Ark. After the death of Mr. HOLBERT his widow married a Mr. HUGHES, and died during the war. J. A. HOLBERT received his education and rearing in St. Francis County, Ark., but at the age of seventeen years he dropped farm work and books to enter the Confederate army, enlisting in Company G, Thirteenth Arkansas Infantry, under Col. TAPPIN... was wounded and captured. He succeeded in effecting his escape after being retained only about twenty-four hours... joined Capt. COATS' company, under Gen. MARMADUKE, and operated in Arkansas... returned home and began farming on his grandfather's plantation. Prior to the war he had owned quite a large area of land, and a number of slaves, and his father owned nearly 100 slaves...." (Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas, Goodspeed Publishers, 1891, p. 601 @ http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/lee/biog-lee.htm)

Arkansas Land Records:
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 36 2N 3E 40 1838/07/28
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 36 2N 3E 40 1838/07/28
HALBERT JAMES M Desha 12 8S 1W 160 1839/10/10
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 10 3N 3E 80 1839/10/10
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 17 3N 3E 82.36 1839/10/10
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 11 3N 3E 160 1843/02/01 EUSIBIUS HALBERT
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 12 3N 3E 160 1843/02/01 EUSIBIUS HALBERT
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 21 3N 3E 80 1843/02/01 EUSIBIUS HALBERT
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 21 3N 3E 1.1 1843/02/01 EUSIBIUS HALBERT
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 9 3N 3E 160 1843/02/01 EUSIBIUS HALBERT
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 19 3N 3E 154.25 1844/10/01
HALBERT JAMES M Lee 21 3N 3E 0 1844/10/01
HALBERT JAMES M Mississippi 32 10N 10E 0 1849/08/01 GEORGE W SEABORN ASSIGNEES OF AH-CHE-AH-HO-NAH REP OF TOK-O-LA-TUBBE DECEASED
HALBERT JAMES M Mississippi 32 10N 10E 154.34 1849/08/01 GEORGE W SEABORN ASSIGNEES OF AH-CHE-AH-HO-NAH REP OF TOK-O-LA-TUBBE DECEASED
((http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/arkland/arkland.pl))

James married Antoinette Calvert McDANIEL, daughter of John McDANIEL, Jr. 675 and Nancy Brooke CALVERT,675 on 5 Nov 1840 in Arkansas. Antoinette was born on 14 Jul 1824 in Arkansas and died on 29 Nov 1843 at age 19.

General Notes: If Antoinette McDANIEL, wife of James M. HALBERT died in Nov 1843, who is this Antoinette "HOBERT" age 45, living in the home of Mary McDANIEL, widow of Archibald McDANIEL, in 1860?

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Union Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 484:
636 636 Mary McDANIEL 60 F Farmer 3900 52 20 KY;
Harriet " 22 F AR;
Archibald " 15 M Cam [sic] laborer AR;
Antionett HOBERT [sic, HALBERT?] 45 F IN.
Antionett has not been identified. In 1850 Antoinette HALBERT, 4, born in Arkansas, granddaughter of Archibald and Mary McDANIEL resides in their home. She would be about 15, not 45, born in Indiana., if still residing with her grandmother. Two homes away is Jane (HEATH) HALBERT, 45, widow of John HALBERT.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1012 M    i. Pvt. Andrew Jackson HALBERT, CSA 675 was born on 2 Jul 1842 in Kentucky, died on 12 Feb 1898 in Tucson, Arizona at age 55, and was buried in Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Maricopa County, Arizona.

+ 1013 M    ii. James Amos HALBERT, CSA 675 was born on 22 Nov 1843 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 5 Oct 1891 at age 47.

James next married Rachel McDANIEL,676 daughter of Archibald McDANIEL 676 and Mary DAVIS,676 in 1845 in St. Francis County, Arkansas. Rachel was born about 1828 in Arkansas.676

General Notes: Rachel McDANIEL, second wife of James M. HALBERT, was a cousin of his first wife, Antoinette McDANIEL. (William C. Halbert, Sr.)
"James M. HOLBERT was married a second time in 1845, his wife being Mary McDANIEL, a daughter of Archibald McDANIEL, and one child, Antoinette, blessed this union, she being now the wife of N. B. PURNELL, and resides in Pike County, Ark. After the death of Mr. HOLBERT his widow married a Mr. HUGHES, and died during the war." (Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas, Goodspeed Publishers, 1891, p. 601 @ http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/lee/biog-lee.htm)
These two references indicate James' second wife may have been named "Mary Rachel".

Rachel HALBERT, 22, and Antoinette HALBERT, 4, daughter of James M. HALBERT, are named in the 1850 census of St. Francis County, Arkansas in the home of her parents, A. G. and Mary McDANIEL.
1850 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St Francis County, Union Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 30 Page 73:496 496 A. G. McDANIEL 53* M Farmer 2000 KY; Mary McDANIEL 51 F KY; Rachel HALBERT 22 F 500* AR; Aaron McDANIEL 15* M AR; Harriet McDANIEL 12 F AR; Frances McDANIEL 10 F AR; Archibald McDANIEL 5 M AR; Antoinette HALBERT 4 F AR.

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St Francis County, Union Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 484:
636 636 Mary McDANIEL 60 F Farmer 3900 5220 KY; Harriet " 22 F AR; Archibald 15 M Com laborer AR; Antonett HOBERT (HALBERT?) 45* F IN; David BUMOUNT 23 Com laborer IN.
[*This age may be in error. In 1850, Antoinette HALBERT, age 4, granddaughter of Archibald and Mary McDANIEL lives in their home. Age should be 15. RLD]
Three homes away is Mary's daughter, Mary and her John A. BRITTAIN family.

1860 U.S. Census - HUGHES?


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1014 F    i. Antoinette HALBERT was born on 18 Mar 1846.

317. Eusebius HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 10 Dec 1812 and died after 1843.

General Notes: HALBERT EUSIBIUS Lee 21 3N 3E 40 1843/02/01
(Arkansas Land Records: http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/arkland/arkland.pl)

318. George W. HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 23 Aug 1814.

General Notes: Arkansas Land Records
"HALBERT GEORGEW Lee County 5 3N 3E 171.67 acres 1851/11/22 ASSIGNEE OF HI-AH-KO-NUBBEE"

319. Amanda HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1816.

320. Madeline HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1818 and died on 20 Apr 1852 about age 34.

General Notes: Madeline HALBERT married about 1851 Cornelius DAVIS, widower of her sister, Eliza, who had seven children by him. Madeline and Cornelius' son, James Maison DAVIS was born in April 1852. Madeline appears to have died from complications of childbirth on 20 April 1852.

Madeline married CHEATUM circa 1840.

Madeline next married Cornelius DAVIS,671 son of David Ward DAVIS, RS-VA and Elizabeth BRANDENBERG,672 about 1851. Cornelius was born on 8 Oct 1806 in Ohio and died on 28 Oct 1860 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 54.

General Notes: "Cornelius (deceased, family resides in this county and Arizona)"

Cornelius DAVIS married on 17 November 1831 Elizabeth HALBERT, daughter of Henry HALBERT and Sarah NIXON of Lewis County, Kentucky. He and Elizabeth removed to St. Francis County, Arkansas.

Arkansas Territorial Commissions: 1833 Nov 12 Davis, Cornelius St. Francis Magistrate
(Arkansas Territorial Papers, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/state/history/terr/terr2.txt)

1840 Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Languille Township; Series: M704: Roll: 20 Page: 198:
Line 1 DAVIS Cornelius 2 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Reads: two males 0-5 (Henry H. & Unknown); one male 5-10David W.); one male 30-40 (Cornelius); one female 0-5 (Harriet); one female 5-10 (Elizabeth Jane); one female 30-40 (Elizabeth). There is time between known children in Cornelius' family for a son born about 1837 who did not survive to be named in the 1850 census.

Cornelius' neighbors include these surnames associated with his family:
198 13 McDaniel John 1 1 2 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 1 2 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
198 29 Davis Benj 1 . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
195 26 Halbert John 1 2 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
201 24 Halbert John . 1 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
202 3 Calvert James . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
203 2 Calvert J W . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 2 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
203 11 Calvert Stephen . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
201 25 Cheetham anderson . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
201 26 Cheetham L. . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
201 28 Cheetham John . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

1850 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St Francis County, Franks Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 30 Page: 71: 475 475
Cornelius DAVIS 43 M Farmer 2,000 OH; Eliza DAVIS 42 F KY; Elizabeth DAVIS 17 F AR; David DAVIS W. 15 M AR; Henry DAVIS 13 M AR; Harriett DAVIS 10 F AR; Sarah DAVIS 9 F AR; Thomas DAVIS 7 M AR; John M. DAVIS 4 M AR; Ellis MIMS 23 M Farmer GA. Their next door neighbor is John W. and Nancy CALVERT from Kentucky. Two homes away is William, 55 KY, and Elizabeth, 52 SC, DANIELS, not known to be related, but may be from the missing line of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia's grandson, James, who inherited 200 acres of land in what is now Lewis County, Kentucky as did John's HALBERT and TALBOT sons-in-law.

Cornelius' wife, Elizabeth Halbert DAVIS died 15 October 1850. Cornelius remarried to Elizabeth's sister, Madeline HALBERT, about 1851.

Cornelius and Madeline had a son, John Maison DAVIS, born in Apr 1852. Madeline died 10 April 1852, soon after John's birth.

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St Francis County, Franks Twp Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 445: 374 374 Cornelius DAVIS 55 M W Farmer 16,800 9,000 OH; David W. " 25 M W R R Agent AR; Henry H. " 24 M W Com Laborer 3200 AR; Harriet " 20 F W AR; Sarah " 18 F W AR; Thomas " 18 M W Com Laborer AR; Jackson M. " 10 M W AR; James M. " 9 M W AR. (Note: Thomas, Jackson and James are "dittoed" as Female; names indicate they are male. RLD)

Cornelius died on 28 October, 1860.

Arkansas Land Records:
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 7 4N 4E 40 1834/11/01
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 12 4N 3E 41.22 1838/07/28
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 10 4N 3E 80 1838/07/30
DAVIS CORNELIUS St. Francis 10 4N 3E 80 1842/12/01
DAVIS CORNELIUS Desha 13 8S 1E 125.57 1842/12/01
DAVIS CORNELIOUS C Van Buren 11 9N 13W 40 1860/05/01
(Below occurred well after Cornelius' death in 1860)
DAVIS CORNEALIUS L Benton 28 17N 33W 80 1886/03/30

(http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/arkland/arkland.pl)


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1015 M    i. John Maison DAVIS was born in Apr 1852.

321. Margaret HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1820.

322. Andrew Jackson HALBERT (Henry HALBERT82, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 2 Mar 1823 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died before 1870.

323. Elizabeth THOMAS 57,58 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1803 in Mason County, Kentucky57 and died after 1880.216

General Notes: Elizabeth THOMAS, born about 1803, was a daughter of Isreal THOMAS and Catherine HALBERT. She, age 47, is named in her father's household in 1850 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

Elizabeth does not appear to have married. In 1860, at age 57, she lives in the home of her sister, Catherine, 30, and her husband William ESSEX, 38. In 1870 and in 80 at age 73, Elizabeth THOMAS, named as a sister-in-law, continues to live with Catherine who is married to her second husband, Oliver RIGGS, and residing in Eskalapia, Lewis County, Kentucky.

Elizabeth died after 1880.

324. John THOMAS (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1804 in Mason County, Kentucky.

325. Malinda THOMAS 217 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 8 Oct 1808 in Lewis County, Kentucky217 and died on 15 Oct 1887 in Furnas County, Nebraska at age 79.

General Notes: Malinda THOMAS, daughter of Israel THOMAS and Catherine HALBERT, was born 8 October 1808 in Lewis County, Kentucky. She married French SPURGEON on 14 June 1826. They had at least six children between 1828 and 1847.

French died in 1872. In 1880, Malinda lives by herself in Walnut Grove, Ilinois:
1880 U.S. Census, Illinois, McDonough County, Walnut Grove Twp; Series: T9 Roll: 228 Page: 564: Line 27 - 6 SPURGEON Malinda W F 72 Wd Keeps house KY OH VA.

Malinda married French SPURGEON, son of Jeremiah SPURGEON and Rebecca Elizabeth BROWNING, on 14 Jun 1826. French was born on 16 Jul 1804 in Kentucky217 and died on 17 Aug 1872 in Warren County, Illinois at age 68. Another name for French was French SPURGIN.217

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Missouri, Scotland County, Johnson Twp, Memphis P O; Series: M653 Roll: 646 Page: 995: 1490 1456 French SPURGIN 56 M Farmer 2150 250 Kentucky; Malinda " 53 F Domestic KY; Margaret " 14 F IN; Israel THOMAS 38 M Farm hand KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Illinois, McDonough County, Walnut Grove Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 256 Page: 176: 147 139 SPURGEIN French 66 M W Farmer 3200 495 KY; -- Malinda 62 F W Keeping house KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1016 M    i. Israel SPURGEON 677 was born on 30 Jun 1828 in Mason County, Kentucky and died on 8 May 1895 in Fulton County, Illinois at age 66.

+ 1017 M    ii. Jeremiah SPURGEON 678 was born in Jan 1830 in Lewis County, Kentucky678 and died on 14 Dec 1873 in Bates County, Missouri at age 43.

+ 1018 F    iii. Mary SPURGEON was born about 1835.

+ 1019 F    iv. America SPURGEON was born about 1837 in Kentucky.

+ 1020 F    v. Margaret SPURGEON was born about 1845.

+ 1021 F    vi. Elizabeth SPURGEON was born about 1847 in Indiana.

326. Susan A. THOMAS 218 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1812 in Lewis County, Kentucky219 and died before 1870.

General Notes: Susan A. THOMAS married Granville BUSBY before 1836, about the year of birth of their first child, James F. BUSBY, age 14 in the 1850 census of Lewis County, Kentucky. She is named with Granville in the 1860 census of Lewis County, Kentucky. Susan is presumed to have died before 1870, when Granville is then married to Sarah E. SKOUTON.

Susan married Granville BUSBY,218 son of James BUSBY and Nancy LEWIS, about 1835. Granville was born about 1810 in Kentucky219 and died after 1880.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, District 2; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page 168: 180 184 Granvill BUSBY 40 M W Carpenter KY; Susan| 38 F W KY; James F. 14 M W KY; Pamelia L. 12 F W KY; Margaret 9 F W KY; Rachael 5 F W KY; Nancy 3 F W KY.

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 896: 984 984 Granville BUSBY 50 M Carpenter 600 200 KY; Susan A. 48 F KY; James F. 24 M KY; Margaret E. 17 F IN; Rachael M. J. 15 F KY; Nancy L.(?) 13 F KY; John R. 10 M KY; Amanda C. 6 F KY; George W. 4 M KY.
Next door is Arminta Caroline THOMAS, wife of Susan's brother, Israel THOMAS. Jr. Israel is in Scotland County, Missouri. Arminta would soon join him there:
985 985 Arminta C. THOMAS 33 F --- 75 KY; Joeann (sic) 9 F IL; James W. 4 M KY; Isaac L. 3 M KY; William J. 7/12 M KY.
Two homes away is Catherine ESSEX, Susan A. BUSBY's sister: 986 986 William ESSEX 38 M Farmer 2000 900 KY; Catherine 30 F KY; -- Alice 6 F KY; Elizabeth THOMAS 57 F --- 35 KY; Thomas ESSEX 74 M No Occ. --- 40 KY; Sarah A. 51 F KY. (In 1870, Aunt Sarah ESSEX, 61, resides with Alice ESSEX and her husband, Thomas BIVENS.)

Granville's wife, Susan A. THOMAS, died before 1870 when Granville has remarried to Sarah E. SKOUTON. George W. BUSBY, Granville's only child by Susan, lives in Granville's home in 1870.
1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Eskalapia Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 450: 181 181 BUSBY Granville 59 M W Farmer 500 650 KY; -- Sarah E. 24 F W Keeping house OH; -- George W. 14 M W Farm laborer KY; SPURGEON Mary A. 9 F W KY; -- Martha E. 7 F W KY.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Eskalapia; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 100: 277 287 BUSBY Granville W M 70 Husband M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Sarah E. W F 40 Wife M House keeper KY KY KY; SPURGON Martha W F 17 Step-Dau S House keeps KY KY KY; SPURGON Mary W F 19 Step-Dau S House keeps KY KY KY;
BUSBY Charles W M 9 Son KY KY KY; -- Alexander W M 8 Son KY KY KY; -- Josephine W F 5 Dau KY KY KY; -- Minnie L/E.? W F 3 Dau KY KY KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1022 M    i. James F. BUSBY 218 was born about 1836 in Kentucky.218

+ 1023 F    ii. Permelia Malinda BUSBY 218,679,680,681 was born on 9 Oct 1840 in Kentucky,682 died on 8 Nov 1931 in Scotland County, Missouri at age 91, and was buried in Mount Moriah Cemetery.

+ 1024 F    iii. Margaret E. BUSBY 219,222 was born in Jul 1844 in Indiana.683

+ 1025 F    iv. Rachel Martha Jane BUSBY 219 was born on 9 Oct 1845 in Kentucky,219 died on 17 Dec 1928 in Kootenai County, Idaho at age 83, and was buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Kootenai County, Idaho.

+ 1026 F    v. Nancy L. BUSBY 219 was born about 1847 in Kentucky.219

+ 1027 M    vi. John R. BUSBY 219 was born about 1850 in Kentucky.219

+ 1028 F    vii. Amanda C. BUSBY 219,684 was born on 19 Jan 1853 in Lewis County, Kentucky685 and died on 26 Jun 1926 in Cantril, Iowa at age 73.

+ 1029 M    viii. George W. BUSBY 219 was born about 1856 in Kentucky.219

327. Margaret THOMAS 57 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1817 in Lewis County, Kentucky.57

General Notes: Margaret THOMAS married a James W. DIXON before 1844, about the year of birth of her oldest child, James F. DIXON, 6, listed with her in the 1850 census. Margaret's husband is not with the family, presumed to have died.

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 2-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 164: 114 116 Israel THOMAS, Sr. 70 M Farming VA; Catherine " 63 F KY; Elizabeth " 47 KY; 119 Margaret DIXON 33 F KY (next page) Maria S. THOMAS 16 F KY; James F. DIXON 6 M KY; John B. " 5 M KY; Ellen C. " 3 F KY; George W. " 1 M KY.
Next door: 115 118 Israel THOMAS Jr. 26 M Farming 5000 KY; Caroline " 25 F KY.
Note: Maria S. THOMAS 16, born abt 1834, was born when Catherine Halbert THOMAS was 47; Maria may not be a daughter of Isreal and Catherine, possibly a granddaughter or daughter-in-law?

Margaret married James W. DIXON before 1843. James was born about 1815 and died before 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1030 M    i. James F. DIXON 57 was born about 1843 in Kentucky.57

+ 1031 M    ii. John B. DIXON 57 was born about 1845 in Kentucky.57

+ 1032 F    iii. Ellen C. DIXON 57 was born about 1847 in Kentucky.57

+ 1033 M    iv. George W. DIXON 57 was born about 1848 in Kentucky.57

328. Daniel THOMAS (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1819 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: Daniel THOMAS, 51, lives in the household of John F. THOMAS, 46, in 1870. This Daniel is thought to be John F.'s brother and a son of Israel THOMAS and Catherine HALBERT:
1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Eskalapia Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 450: 175 175 THOMAS John F. 46 M W Farmer 3000 400 KY; -- Nancy E. 35 F W Keeping house KY; -- Missouri _. 11 F W KY; -- William _. 10 M W KY; -- Marshall 8 M W KY; -- Eleanora 4 F W KY; -- George _. 3 M W KY; -- Mary C. 1 F W KY; -- Daniel 51 M W Farm laborer KY.

329. Israel THOMAS, Jr. 57 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1822 in Lewis County, Kentucky57 and died before 1900.220

General Notes: Israel Thomas Jr. married Elizabeth Halbert on 8 June 1847 in Lewis County, Kentucky. Elizabeth was a daughter of Jane Halbert. Reference ID: BK. C, Roll 141, cn. 24. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWBQ-7X4 : accessed 30 May 2014), Israel Thomas Jr and Elizabeth Halbert, 08 Jun 1847; citing Lewis County, Kentucky, reference BK.C,Roll,141,cn.24; FHL microfilm 344051.

In the 1850 census, Israel's wife is Caroline.

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 2-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 164: 115 118 Israel THOMAS Jr. 26 M Farming 5000 KY; Caroline " 25 F KY.
Next door: 114 116 Israel THOMAS, Sr. 70 M Farming VA; Catherine " 63 F KY; Elizabeth " 47 KY; --- 119 Margaret DIXON 33 F KY (next page) Maria S. THOMAS 16 F KY; James F. DIXON 6 M KY; John B. " 5 M KY; Ellen C. " 3 F KY; George W. " 1 M KY. Margaret DIXON is Israel's older sister, apparently widowed, and living with Israel.

1860 U.S. Census, Missouri, Scotland County, Johnson Twp, Memphis P O; Series: M653 Roll: 646 Page: 995: 1490 1456 French SPURGIN 56 M Farmer 2150 250 Kentucky; Malinda " 53 F Domestic KY; Margaret " 14 F IN; Israel THOMAS 38 M Farm hand KY. Israel is Malinda Thomas SPURGIN's younger brother, whose wife, Arminta Caroline, is in Lewis County, Kentucky, with members of his family, waiting for Israel to establish himself and send for her and their children to join him. Israel's family is together in 1870.
1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 896: 985 985 Aminta C. THOMAS 33 F --- 75 KY; Joeann (sic) 9 F IL; James W. 4 M KY; Isaac L. 3 M KY; William J. 7/12 M KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Missouri, Clark County, Vernon Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 769 Page: 614: 110 124 THOMAS Israel* 50 M W Laborer --- 100 KY; -- Caroline 42 F W Keeps house KY; -- Jno A. 18 F (sic) W At home KY; -- William 11 M W KY; -- Elizabeth 8 F W MO. [Indexed as "Jerrad" THOMAS at Heritage Quest. The given name is hard to read, but it is definitely "Israel" when enlarged to 400%. RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, Missouri, Clark County, Alexandria, Vernon; Series: T9 Roll: 681 Page: 107: 70 80 THOMAS Israel W M 59 M Laborer KY ?? ??;-- Mintia C. W F 55 Wife M Keeping house KY ?? ??; -- William W M 20 Son S Laborer KY ?? ??; -- Elizabeth W F 16 Dau S At home MO ?? ??.

Israel THOMAS died before 1900 when his widowed wife, Minta C., 74, lives with her daughter Lizzy and her husband, Henry MUNDY, in Vernon, Clark County, Missouri.

Israel married Arminta Caroline --?-- 57 about 1848 in Kentucky. Arminta was born in Apr 1826 in Kentucky220 and died after 1 Jun 1900.220

Marriage Notes: This date estimated from the 1900 census of Clark County, Missouri, wherein Minta C. THOMAS, 72, widowed, married 52 years (52 lined out) is listed.

General Notes: Arminta Caroline married Israel THOMAS, Jr. before 1850. In 1860, Arminta is in Lewis County, Kentucky, living between her sisters-in-law, Catherine ESSEX and Susan BUSBY and their families. Her husband Israel Thomas, Jr. is in Scotland County, Missouri with his sister, Malinda and his brother-in-law, French SPURGEON. Arminta would soon join her husband there.
1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 896: 985 985 Aminta C. THOMAS 33 F --- 75 KY; Joeann (sic) 9 F IL; James W. 4 M KY; Isaac L. 3 M KY; William J. 7/12 M KY.
986 986 William ESSEX 38 M Farmer 2000 900 KY; Catherine 30 F KY; -- Alice 6 F KY; Elizabeth THOMAS 57 F --- 35 KY; Thomas ESSEX 74 M No Occ. --- 40 KY; Sarah A. 51 F KY. (Elizabeth THOMAS is Catherine's sister, not known to have married.)
Next door:
Two homes away:
984 984 Granville BUSBY 50 M Carpenter 600 200 KY; Susan A. 48 F KY; James T. 24 M KY; Margaret E. 17 F IN; Rachael M. J. 15 F KY; Nancy L.(?) 13 F KY; John R. 10 M KY; Amanda C. 6 F KY; George W. 4 M KY. Susan is a sister of Catherine and Elizabeth THOMAS.

Israel THOMAS died before 1900 when Minta C. is widowed and living in the home of her daughter Elizabeth MUNDY in Vernon, Clark County, Missouri.
1900 U.S. Census, Missouri, Clark County, Vernon Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 848 Page: 307: 90 99 MUNDY Henry Head W M Mch 1862 38 M 16 IL IL IL Engineer R. R.; -- Lizzie Wife W F Feb 1865 35 M 16 1 1 MO KY KY; THOMAS Minta C. M-in-law W F April 1826 74 Wd 7 3 KY KY KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1034 F    i. Joanne THOMAS 219 was born about 1851 in Illinois.219

+ 1035 U    ii. THOMAS 220 was born circa 1853.

+ 1036 M    iii. James W. THOMAS 219 was born about 1856 in Kentucky.219

+ 1037 M    iv. Isaac L. THOMAS 219 was born about 1857 in Kentucky.219

+ 1038 M    v. William J. THOMAS 219 was born in 1859 in Kentucky.

+ 1039 F    vi. Elizabeth THOMAS 686 was born about 1862 in Missouri.687

+ 1040 U    vii. THOMAS 220 was born circa 1865.

330. John F. THOMAS 221 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 6 Jan 1824 in Lewis County, Kentucky222 and died on 5 Feb 1876 at age 52.

General Notes: John F. THOMAS, born 6 January 1824, is a son of Israel THOMAS and Catherine HALBERT.

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 894: 970 970 John F. THOMAS 34 M Farmer 1350 876 KY; Nancy E. " 20 F KY; Charles M. " 3 M KY; Missouri B. " 1 F KY; William R. " 4/12 M KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Eskalapia Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 450: 175 175 THOMAS John F. 46 M W Farmer 3000 400 KY; -- Nancy E. 35 F W Keeping house KY; -- Missouri _. 11 F W KY; -- William R. 10 M W KY; -- Marshall 8 M W KY; -- Eleanora 4 F W KY; -- George _. 3 M W KY; -- Mary C. 1 F W KY; -- Daniel 51 M W Farm laborer KY. (Daniel, 51, is thought to be John F.'s brother, born abt 1819.)

John F. is said to have died on 5 Feb 1876. (http://www.erikakillen.com/killengensite/a6.html)

John married Nancy E. McELDOWNEY,221 daughter of William Thomas McELDOWNEY and Jane THOMAS, on 8 Sep 1856 in Lewis County, Kentucky. Nancy was born on 1 Feb 1837 in Kentucky.222

General Notes: Nancy E. McELDOWNEY, born 1 February 1837, daughter of William Thomas McELDOWNEY and Jane THOMAS, married John F. THOMAS in 1856. John and Nancy had nine children before John died in 1876. Nancy is head of household in Lewis County, Kentucky in 1880.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 57: 271 271 THOMAS Nancy E. W F 43 Mother Wd Keeping house KY KY KY; --William R. W M 21 Son S Laborer KY KY KY; -- Marshal W M 18 Son S At home KY KY KY; -- Ellinora W F 14 Dau S At home KY KY KY; -- George A. W M 13 Son S At home KY KY KY; -- Mary C. W F 11 Dau At home KY KY KY; -- Madison G. W M 9 Son At home KY KY KY; -- Minnie W F 7 Dau At home KY KY KY; -- Amilia O. B. W F 5 Dau At home KY KY KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1041 M    i. Charles M. THOMAS 221 was born about 1857 in Lewis County, Kentucky221 and died before 1870.

+ 1042 F    ii. Missouri B. THOMAS 221 was born about 1859 in Lewis County, Kentucky.222

+ 1043 M    iii. William R. THOMAS 221,688 was born about 1860 in Lewis County, Kentucky.222

+ 1044 M    iv. Marshall THOMAS 222 was born about 1862 in Lewis County, Kentucky.222

+ 1045 F    v. Eleanora THOMAS 222 was born about 1866 in Lewis County, Kentucky.222

+ 1046 M    vi. George A. THOMAS 222,688 was born about 1867 in Lewis County, Kentucky.222

+ 1047 M    vii. Madison G. THOMAS 688 was born about 1871 in Lewis County, Kentucky.688

+ 1048 F    viii. Minnie THOMAS 688 was born about 1873 in Lewis County, Kentucky.688

+ 1049 F    ix. Amelia O. B. THOMAS 688 was born about 1875 in Lewis County, Kentucky.688

+ 1050 F    x. Mary C. THOMAS 222 was born about 1896 in Lewis County, Kentucky.222

331. Catherine THOMAS 223,224 (Catherine HALBERT85, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in Aug 1829 in Lewis County, Kentucky223,225 and died after 1 Jun 1900.225

General Notes: Catherine THOMAS, daughter of Israel THOMAS and Catherine HALBERT, was born about 1830. She married twice, to William ESSEX about 1849 and after his death to Oliver RIGGS before 1870.

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, District 1; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 217: 189 189 Wm ESSEX 28 M W Farmer KY; Catherine 20 F W KY; Charlotte 6/12 F W KY.
Nearby in Lewis County: Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 208: 71 71 Thomas ESSEX 62 M W Farmer 600 VA; Elizabeth 63 F W VA; Sarah A. 41 F W VA. (Thomas and Sarah live in William and Catherines's home in 1860. They are likely William's parents.)

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 896: 986 986 William ESSEX 38 M Farmer 2000 900 KY; Catherine 30 F KY; -- Alice 6 F KY; Elizabeth THOMAS 57 F --- 35 KY; Thomas ESSEX 74 M No Occ. --- 40 KY; Sarah A. 51 F KY. (Elizabeth THOMAS, Catherine's sister, is not known to have married.)
Next door:
985 985 Aminta C. THOMAS 33 F --- 75 KY; Joeann (sic) 9 F IL; James W. 4 M KY; Isaac L. 3 M KY; William J. 7/12 M KY. (Relation, if any, not known. RLD)
Two homes away:
984 984 Granville BUSBY 50 M Carpenter 600 200 KY; Susan A. 48 F KY; James T. 24 M KY; Margaret E. 17 F IN; Rachael M. J. 15 F KY; Nancy L.(?) 13 F KY; John R. 10 M KY; Amanda C. 6 F KY; George W. 4 M KY. Susan is a sister of Catherine and Elizabeth THOMAS.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Eskalapia Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 451: 189 189 RIGGS Oliver 40 M W Farm laborer KY; -- Catherine 40 F W Keeping house 1000 700 KY; THOMAS Elizabeth 65 F W At home. (Elizabeth THOMAS continues to live in the home of her sister, Catherine.)

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Eskalapia; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 100: 279 289 RIGGS Oliver W M 54 Head M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Catherine W F 52 Wife M House keeper KY KY KY; THOMAS Elizabeth W F 73 Sister-in-law KY KY KY.
Next door is Catherine RIGGS' daughter Alice ESSEX and her husband, Thomas BEVINS, with their seven children and Sallie ESSEX, the sister or sister-in-law of Catherine's first husband William ESSEX.
Two households away is Granville BUSBY, farmer and widower of Susan THOMAS, Catherine and Elizabeth's sister.

In 1900, Catherine RIGGS is age 70, her birth listed in Aug 1829, widowed, and lives in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Thomas and Alice BEVINS. Catherine has had three children, Charlotte and Alice ESSEX, and the third not yet discovered.

Catherine married William ESSEX 223 about 1848 in Lewis County, Kentucky. William was born about 1822 in Kentucky223 and died before 1870.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1051 F    i. Charlotte ESSEX 223 was born about 1849 in Lewis County, Kentucky223 and died before 1860 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

+ 1052 F    ii. Alice B. ESSEX 219,222 was born on 12 Apr 1852 in Lewis County, Kentucky,225 died on 2 Feb 1929 in Lewis County, Kentucky689 at age 76, and was buried in Bivens Cemetery.

Catherine next married Oliver RIGGS 224 before 1870 in Lewis County, Kentucky. Oliver was born about 1830 in Kentucky.224

332. Albert HALBERT (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1812.

333. Emily L. D. HALBERT (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1814 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died about 1839 in St. Francis County, Arkansas about age 25.

Emily married Samuel VOIERS 690 on 29 Jun 1834. Samuel was born on 12 Aug 1812 in Kentucky and died on 20 Mar 1877 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 64.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 1-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 208: 68 68 Samuel VOIERS, 37, Shoe maker, KY; Eliza J., 33 KY, and children. Several IRWINfamilies around them.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1053 M    i. Isaac Halbert VOIERS 244 was born on 4 Jun 1835 in Lewis County, Kentucky244 and died on 2 Nov 1921 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 86.

+ 1054 M    ii. John VOIERS was born about 1839 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died about 1839 in St. Francis County, Arkansas.

334. Mary HALBERT (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1815.

335. Henry HALBERT (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1816.

336. Elizabeth HALBERT (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1824.

337. George W. HALBERT (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 13 Dec 1829 in Kentucky and died on 17 Dec 1856 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 27.

George married Mary Amanda REED,691,692 daughter of Noah REED and Mary HEARTY, on 9 Dec 1854. Mary was born on 16 Apr 1832693 and died on 18 Nov 1894 at age 62.

General Notes: "Amanda DAVIS, widow of W. H. DAVIS, and daughter of Noah and Mary (Hearty) REED, natives, respectively, of Massachusetts and Kentucky, was one of two children born to her parents. The other child, Elizabeth, married J. L. ROWLAND. Previous to her marriage to Mr. REED, Mrs. REED had married a man by the name of RAMAGE, and by him became the mother of two children: Lucinda (deceased, wife of Beujamin TRAVIS), and James (who resides in Paducah, Ky.). Mr. REED died in 1845, and Mrs. REED in 1842. Mrs. Amanda DAVIS was born in 1833, and came with her father to Arkansas when quite small. She had very limited educational advantages, and at the age of twenty-two years was united in marriage to George HALBERT. The result of this union was one child, W. H., who resides in Haynes. Mr. HALBERT died December 17, 1856, and in July, 1858, his widow married W. H. DAVIS, who died November 23, 1888. Mr. and Mrs. DAVIS were the parents of seven children, five now living; Richard (died at the age of twenty-five years), T. Jefferson (died at the age of fifteen months), Mary E., Annie, George B., William H. and Harriet A. Mr. DAVIS and his brother, D. W., had always remained together, and the business interests still continue as before his death. W. H. DAVIS had been married previous to his union with Mrs. HALBERT, to Miss Sarah J. BOON, and by her became the father of five children, only two now living: Mrs. RODGERS, of Texas, and David R., who resides in Lee County, Ark. Mrs. DAVIS is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church." (Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas (Goodspeed Publishers, 1891, page 583 @ http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/lee/biog-lee.htm)


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1055 M    i. William Henry HALBERT 694 was born on 17 Dec 1855 in St. Francis County, Arkansas695 and died on 20 May 1918 at age 62.

338. Margaret HALBERT 226 (John HALBERT86, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1840 in Lewis County, Kentucky.226

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Union Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 484: 638 638 Benjamin F. BUTLER 30 M Farmer 2840 1070 TN; Margaret " 22 F KY; Albert 6 " M AR; Frances J. " 8/12 F AR; Mary E. " 8/12 F AR; Jane S. HOBBERT [sic, HOLBERT] 55 F KY.
639 639 John A. BRITTON 31 M Farmer 3200 1060 TN; Mary " 26 F AR; Aaron " 6 M AR; John B. " 3 M AR; George B. " 9 M AR; Margaret BINE[?] 12 F AR.
Mary BRITTON is Mary Mc DANIEL, daughter of Mary McDANIEL 60, at household 636. Living with her is Antionett (McDANIEL) HOBERT [sic], 45, widow of Sheriff James M. HALBERT of St. Francis County. This confirming for Jane (Heath) HALBERT, widow of John HALBERT. Margaret BUTLER is the daughter of John and Jane HALBERT.
Margart may not be the mother of Albert and Francis; she would have been about 14 when Albert was born, 15 when Francis was born.

Margaret married Benjamin F. BUTLER 226 about 1854. Benjamin was born about 1830 in Tennessee.226

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1056 F    i. Ann E. BUTLER 226 was born in 1859 in St. Francis County, Arkansas.

+ 1057 F    ii. Mary E. BUTLER 226 was born in 1859 in St. Francis County, Arkansas.226

339. Isaac Newton HALBERT (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 14 Feb 1814 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 7 Jan 1851 in Western Cemetery, Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 36.

General Notes: Find A Grave Memorial# 100601585

Isaac married Ermina Slater WILSON, daughter of Rev. John Slater WILSON and Martha WAGGONER, on 1 Jan 1840 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Ermina was born on 5 Aug 1819 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky and died on 31 Jul 1869 in Texas at age 49.

General Notes: Ermina Slater WILSON married Isaac Newton HALBERT on 1 January 1840. She and Isaac had four children when Isaac died in 1851 in Louisville, Kentucky. Ermina moved her family from Kentucky to Coryell County, Texas before June 1860.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Coryell County, Gatesville; Series: M653 Roll: 1292 Page: 275: Ermina HALBERT 40 F W Tavern Keeper 5000 5000 KY; Fleet A. BAGBY 20 M W School teacher --- 1200 VA; Martha A. HALBERT 18 F W KY; Mary C. " 16 F W KY; Chas C. " 14 F W KY; Isaac O. " 11 M W KY; Betty M. HEATH 16 F W --- 500 KY; Sallie G. WILSON 29 F W Music teacher ---- 2000 KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1058 F    i. Martha A. HALBERT 696 was born about 1841 in Kentucky and died about 1876 in Texas about age 35.

+ 1059 F    ii. Mary Cottingham HALBERT 696,697 was born on 20 Jan 1844 in Kentucky,698 died on 7 Feb 1915 in McLennan County, Texas at age 71, and was buried on 7 Feb 1915 in Oakwood Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas.

+ 1060 M    iii. Charles Quirey HALBERT 696 was born on 11 Apr 1846 in Kentucky and died on 11 Jan 1925 in Texas at age 78.

+ 1061 M    iv. Dr. Oliver Isaac HALBERT 696 was born on 10 Oct 1849 in Kentucky699 and died on 22 Apr 1914 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas at age 64.

340. Mary Caroline HALBERT (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 13 May 1815 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 10 Mar 1888 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 72.

Mary married William D. WATKINS, son of William WATKINS and Mary DAVIS, on 28 Apr 1836 in Lewis County, Kentucky. William was born circa 1812.

Marriage Notes: William D. Watkins married Mary C. Halbert on 28 April 1836 in Lewis County, Kentucky Lewis County, Kentucky. Mary was a daughter of Stephen Halbert. Reference ID: BK, B, Roll 141, cn 12. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWBQ-SZH : accessed 30 May 2014), William D. Watkins and Mary C. Halbert, 28 Apr 1836; citing Lewis County, Kentucky, reference BK,B,Roll141,cn12; FHL microfilm 344051.]

General Notes: "The first school I attended was in 1836 and taught by William Smith at a school house on Kinney near Thomas Harrison's place. The next school I went to, William Watkins was the teacher in 1837. Watkins' wife was a sister of W. C. Halbert Sr." (From a letter written by George Morgan Thomas on 18 March 1911, published in The Thomas Trail,, Bud Thomas, 12/28/2007)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1062 M    i. William Frederick WATKINS was born on 11 Apr 1837 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 10 Jun 1863 in Battle of Cinthiana at age 26.

+ 1063 F    ii. Mary E. WATKINS was born on 10 Apr 1838 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died about 1870 in St. Francis County, Arkansas about age 32.

+ 1064 M    iii. Isaac WATKINS was born on 10 Mar 1841 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 19 Jul 1845 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 4.

+ 1065 M    iv. Stephen WATKINS was born on 3 Nov 1842 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 19 Sep 1843 in St. Francis County, Arkansas.

+ 1066 F    v. Margaret WATKINS was born on 1 Oct 1844 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 20 Aug 1858 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 13.

+ 1067 M    vi. James Marshall WATKINS was born on 25 Dec 1846 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 8 Jul 1849 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 2.

+ 1068 M    vii. George Washington WATKINS was born on 15 Jan 1849 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died about 1899 about age 50.

+ 1069 F    viii. Fredonia Isabel WATKINS was born on 4 Dec 1851 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 4 Jul 1854 in St. Francis County, Arkansas at age 2.

+ 1070 M    ix. Albert Osborne Harrison WATKINS was born on 14 Jan 1855 in St. Francis County, Arkansas and died on 12 Jun 1894 in Casey County, Kentucky at age 39.

341. William Cottingham HALBERT 227 (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 20 Feb 1817 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 17 Sep 1877 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 60.

General Notes: "William Cottingham HALBERT, b. Feb 20, 1817, Lewis Co., Ky., and d. Sep 17, 1876-1877, Lewis County, Kentucky. He married his cousin Lavina Ann HALBERT on November 20, 1847 in Aberdeen, daughter of Daniel HALBERT and Rachel THOMAS . She was b. Dec 10, 1827, and d. Dec 9, 1911. He was a lawyer and also engaged in various mercantile activities and owned a large general store and a flouring mill. He was elected as a State Senator in 1866, but refused the nomination, but instead became the County Attorney in 1870."

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 2-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 156: 3 3 William C. HALBERT M W Farmer 4500 Ky; Luvina A. " 22 F W KY; Mary " 2 F W KY. Next door is the household of James COTINGHAM (sic) 40, possibly widowed, with nine children ranging from 5 to 20.

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp Listed; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 872: 808 808 William C. HALBERT 43 M W Lawyer 20,000 6,000 KY; Lavina A. " 33 F W KY; -- Mary C. " 11 F W KY-- Walker '' 10 M W KY; -- Isaac N. " 5 M W KY; -- Willie C. " 4 M W KY; -- Rachael F. 1 F W KY; James GETTIE 50 M W Farm Laborer Ireland; Isaac H. VOIERS 25 M W Merchant ---- 2000 KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 533: 95 95 HALBERT Wm C. 53 M W Atty at Law 34,000 10,000 KY; -- Lavina 42 F W Keeping house KY; -- Willie C. 14 M W At home KY; -- Florence 10 F W KY; -- Henry 8 M W KY; -- Anna L. 5 F W KY; PUGH Samuel 20 M W Clerk in store KY.

"A daughter of Rachel [THOMAS] and Daniel HALBERT was Lavina Ann HALBERT who married her cousin, William Cottingham HALBERT. William read law and was admitted to the bar in 1856. He was elected and served as County Attorney of Lewis County in 1862, and again in 1870 and served eight years in all. He was nominated in 1852 for state senator by the Whig party from Fleming and Lewis district but declined the nomination because of ill health. In 1865 he was nominated by the Democratic party for state senator from Mason and Lewis district and was elected and served four years. He declined a re-nomination from that party in 1869 on account of ill health and the demands of his private business. He was elected leader of the Whig party in Lewis County until the demise of the party. He then became a member of the Democratic party and continued the leader of it in Lewis County until his death." (The Thomas Trail,, chap. 11, p. 7)

William married Lavina Ann HALBERT,227 daughter of Daniel HALBERT 61 and Rachel THOMAS,61,242 on 20 Nov 1817 in Aberdeen. Lavina was born on 17 Dec 1827 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 9 Dec 1911 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 83.

General Notes: 1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg 2-District; Series: T623 Roll: 538 Page: 232: Line 91 161 173 HALBERT Lavina Head W F May 1827 73 Wd - 5 4 KY KY KY Land lady; -- Roberta L. Dau-in-law W F Sep 1866 33 M 4 1 1 KY KY KY; -- Henry GrSon W M June 1898 1 S KY KY KY.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: T624 Roll: 482 Page: 115: Main Street -- 6 7 PUGH Mary C. Head F W 61 Wd - 13 11 KY VA VA Own income; HALBERT Lavina Mother F W 80 Wd - 7 3 VA VA VA Own income; PUGH Helen M. Dau F W 17 S KY KY KY; ARMSTRONG Callie Servant F W 17 S KY KY KY Servant Private family.

Lavina A. Halbert died in 1911 in Vanceburg, Lewis county, Kentucky. She was the wife of William Cottingham Halbert and daughter of Daniel Halbert and Rachel Thomas, ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSMB-F3K : accessed 11 May 2014), Lavina A. Halbert, 1911; citing Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, 31981, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1904673.]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1071 F    i. Mary Cottingham HALBERT 227,701 was born on 14 Sep 1848 in Kentucky702 and died on 31 Aug 1919 at age 70.

+ 1072 M    ii. Walker Reid HALBERT 227 was born in Nov 1850 in Kentucky and died in Oct 1867 in Kentucky at age 16.

+ 1073 M    iii. Isaac Newton HALBERT 227 was born in Oct 1853 in Kentucky and died about 1865 in Kentucky about age 12.

+ 1074 F    iv. Clara Belle HALBERT was born about 1854 and died between 1854 and 1856.

+ 1075 M    v. Charles HALBERT was born about 1855 and died about 1856 about age 1.

+ 1076 M    vi. William Clarence HALBERT 227,702 was born on 19 Feb 1857 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky702 and died on 22 Nov 1931 in Cincinnati, Ohio at age 74.

+ 1077 F    vii. Rachael Florence HALBERT 227,703 was born in Mar 1859 and died in Nov 1888 at age 29.

+ 1078 M    viii. Henry Daniel HALBERT 703 was born on 2 Mar 1862 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 26 Feb 1910 in California at age 47.

+ 1079 F    ix. Lillie Stirling HALBERT 703 was born on 1 Sep 1864 in Kentucky, died on 5 Aug 1930 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 65, and was buried on 7 Aug 1930 in Woodlawn Cemetery, Lewis County, Kentucky.

+ 1080 F    x. Stella HALBERT II was born about 1866 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky and died about 1866 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky.

342. Capt. Harrison Osborn HALBERT, USA (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 16 Dec 1820 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died on 17 Dec 1889 in Owen County, Indiana at age 69, and was buried in Old Riverside Cemetery, Owen County, Indiana.

General Notes: Harrison Osborn Halbert was a son of Stephen Halbert and Mary Cottingham. He married Mary Elizabeth Howe, September 16, 1849 in Washington, Owen County, Indiana.

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHJ1-JK7 : accessed 18 February 2015), Harrison O Halbert, Washington, Owen, Indiana, United States; citing family 22, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
22 22 Harrison O. HALBERT 29 M Farmer 3258 KY
Mary E. 19 F IN
Lurenah HOWE 5 F IN

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M4N3-4YF : accessed 18 February 2015), H O Holbert, East Half, Owen, Indiana, United States; from "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; citing p. 2, household ID 8, NARA microfilm publication M653, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; FHL microfilm 803,287.
H O Holbert M 40 KY
Mary E Holbert F 28 IN
Mary Holbert F 9 IN
Susan A Holbert F 5 IN

In The War Between The States, Harrison served the Union as Captain of Company G, 115th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers.

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MX6H-6ZJ : accessed 18 February 2015), H O Halbert, Indiana, United States; citing p. 17, family 146, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 545,847.
H O Halbert M 49 KY
Mary E Halbert F 19 IN
Susen A Halbert F 15 IN
Mattie F Halbert F 9 IN
Harrison Halbert M 6 IN
Laura Halbert F 4 IN

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHSS-66H : accessed 18 February 2015), Harrison O Halbert, Middletown, Owen, Indiana, United States; citing enumeration district 257, sheet 362A, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0303; FHL microfilm 1,254,303.
Harrison O Halbert Self M 59 KY
Harrison H Halbert Son M 16 IN
Mattie Halbert Dau F 19 IN
Lora Halbert Dau F 14 IN

Harrison is buried in Old Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, Owen County, Indiana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 73625568:

H. O. HALBERT
Cap. Co. G. 115
Indiana
BORN Dec. 16, 1820.
DIED
Dec. 17, 1889.

Harrison married Mary Elizabeth HOWE on 16 Sep 1849 in Owen County, Indiana. Mary was born on 23 Jul 1831 in Owen County, Indiana, died on 14 Mar 1868 in Owen County, Indiana at age 36, and was buried in Old Riverside Cemetery, Owen County, Indiana.

General Notes: Mary Elizabeth Howe, daughter of Samuel Howe & Elizabeth Ann Allison, married Harrison Osborn Halbert, September 16, 1849 in Washington, Owen Co., Indiana.

Mary is buried in Old Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, Owen County, Indiana. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 73625240:

MARY E.
WIFE OF
H.O. HALBERT
BORN
July 23, 1831
DIED
Mar. 14, 1868

The memorial lists her birth and death in Spencer, Owen County, Indiana.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1081 F    i. Mary Elizabeth HALBERT was born on 17 Jul 1850 in Owen County, Indiana, died on 7 Dec 1901 in Owen County, Indiana at age 51, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Owen County, Indiana.

+ 1082 F    ii. Susan A. HALBERT was born about 1855 in Owen County, Indiana.

+ 1083 F    iii. Mattie F. HALBERT was born on 6 Nov 1860 in Owen County, Indiana, died on 24 Jul 1885 at age 24, and was buried in Old Riverside Cemetery, Owen County, Indiana.

+ 1084 M    iv. Harrison Howe HALBERT was born about 1864 in Owen County, Indiana.

+ 1085 F    v. Lora May HALBERT was born about 1865 in Owen County, Indiana.

343. Henry HALBERT (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1821 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died about 1840 about age 19.

344. America Elizabeth HALBERT (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1823 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died about 1887 in Ohio about age 64, and was buried in Manchester IOOF Cemetery, Adams County, Ohio.

General Notes: Find A Grave Memorial# 98884955 lists Elizabeth H. Stevenson, 1825-1887, as buried in Section 7 Manchester IOOF Cemetery, Manchester, Adams County, Ohio. The memorial presents this note: "Originally interred on McGovney farm on river between Wrightsville and Brush Creek. Moved by Dayton Power and Light in the 1960's."]

America married Isaac Newton GRIFFITH on 18 Jul 1844 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Isaac was born circa 1820.

Marriage Notes: Isaac N. Griffith married America Elizabeth Halbert on 18 July 1844 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. America Elizabeth was a daughter of Stephen Halbert. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F43K-L4T : accessed 11 May 2014), Stephen Halbert in entry for Isaac N. Griffith and America Elizabeth Halbert, 18 Jul 1844; citing Jefferson, Kentucky, reference ; FHL microfilm 817887.]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1086 M    i. Halbert N. GRIFFITH was born about 1845 and died about 1931 about age 86.

+ 1087 M    ii. Andrew W. GRIFFITH was born on 21 Jan 1847 and died on 7 Apr 1863 at age 16.

America next married David STEVENSON on 25 Jan 1851. David was born in 1810 in Ohio, died in 1886 in Ohio at age 76, and was buried in Manchester IOOF Cemetery, Adams County, Ohio.

General Notes: "United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6K7-QCJ : accessed 21 February 2015), David Stephenson, Monroe, Adams, Ohio, United States; citing p. 7, family 44, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 552,666.
David Stephenson M 60 Farmer 9600 2440 OH
Elizabeth Stephenson F 45 Keeping house KY
Jennie Stephenson F 18 Helps mother OH
Fannie Stephenson F 15 Helps mother OH
Sidnie Stephenson F 13 At school OH
Annie F Stephenson F 9 At school OH
Mary B Stephenson F 7 At school OH
Harry Stephenson M 5 OH
Emer Stephenson M 1 OH
Halbert M Griffith M 24 Works on farm IN

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZ1Q-SM9 : accessed 21 February 2015), David Stevenson, Monroe, Adams, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district 10, sheet 146C, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0990; FHL microfilm 1,254,990.
David Stevenson Self M 70 OH
Elisabeth Stevenson Wife F 55 KY
Fannie Stevenson Dau F 25 OH
Annie F Stevenson Dau F 19 OH
Hary S Stevenson Son M 14 OH
Emmor Stevenson Son M 11 OH
Mary B Stevenson Dau F 17 OH
Sidnie Stevenson Dau F 22 OH

Find A Grave Memorial# 98884813 lists David's burial in Section 7, Manchester IOOF Cemetery, Manchester, Adams County, Ohio. A note on the memorial says "Originally interred on McGovney farm on river between Wrightsville and Brush Creek. Moved by Dayton Power and Light in the 1960's."


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1088 F    i. Jane STEVENSON was born on 10 Nov 1851 in Adams County, Ohio, died on 9 Apr 1936 in Adams County, Ohio at age 84, and was buried in Manchester IOOF Cemetery, Adams County, Ohio.

+ 1089 M    ii. LaMartine STEVENSON was born on 21 Mar 1853 and died on 6 Oct 1853.

+ 1090 F    iii. Fanny STEVENSON was born on 16 Sep 1854.

+ 1091 M    iv. Sidney STEVENSON was born on 21 Nov 1857.

+ 1092 M    v. David William STEVENSON was born on 21 Oct 1858 and died on 17 Apr 1864 at age 5.

+ 1093 F    vi. Mary Belle STEVENSON was born on 15 Sep 1863 and died on 17 Jun 1899 at age 35.

+ 1094 F    vii. Annie STEVENSON was born about 1864.

+ 1095 M    viii. Harry Samuel STEVENSON was born on 20 Jan 1866 and died on 31 Mar 1943 at age 77.

+ 1096 F    ix. Emmor A. STEVENSON was born on 7 Oct 1868 and died on 7 Jan 1954 at age 85.

345. James S. HALBERT 228 (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1827 in Lewis County, Kentucky.228

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Illinois, Schuyler County, Birmingham Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 228 Page: 310: 2006 2011 James HALBERT 31 M Farmer --- 150 KY; Mary " 21 F KY; Wm C. " 3 M IA; Martha J. " 1 F IL.

1870 U.S. Census, Illinois, Hancock County, Carthage Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 226 Page: 75: 302 319 HALBERT James S. 42 M W Farmer --- 240 KY; -- Mary J. 34 F W Keeping house KY; -- William C. 14 M W IA; -- Martha 9 F W IL; -- Mary 6 F W IL; -- Henry 5 M W IL; -- Elizabeth 3 F W IL; -- James S. 7/12 M W Dec IL.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Collin County, Pct 4; Series: T9 Roll: 1296 Page: 170: 222 226 HALBERT James S. W M 53 M Teacher KY KY KY; -- Mary J. W F 41 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY; -- William C. W M 23 Son S Farmer IA KY KY; -- Mary C. W F 18 Dau S IL KY KY; -- John H. W M 14 Son S Works on farm IL KY KY; -- Elizabeth _. W F 12 Dau S IL KY KY; -- Frances A. W M 4 Son S TX KY KY; -- Jody L. W M 1 Son TX KY KY.

James married Mary Jane RUGGLES,704,705 daughter of William B. RUGGLES 704 and Dulcina --?--,704 on 27 Mar 1855 in Lewis County, Kentucky. Mary was born about 1838 in Lewis County, Kentucky.704

Marriage Notes: James S. Halbert married Mary Jane Rugless [sic] on 27 March 1855 in Clarksburg, Lewis County, Kentucky. Mary was a daughter of Wm B. Rugless [sic]. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FW52-YMG : accessed 30 May 2014), James S. Halbert and Mary Jane Rugless, 27 Mar 1855; citing Clarksburg, Lewis, Kentucky, reference 141; FHL microfilm 344052.]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1097 M    i. William C. HALBERT 705 was born about 1857 in Iowa.705

+ 1098 F    ii. Martha J. HALBERT 705 was born about 1859 in Illinois.705

+ 1099 F    iii. Mary C. HALBERT 706 was born about 1864 in Illinois.707

+ 1100 M    iv. John Henry HALBERT 706,707 was born about 1865 in Illinois.707

+ 1101 F    v. Elizabeth HALBERT 707 was born about 1867 in Illinois.707

+ 1102 M    vi. James S. HALBERT 707 was born in Dec 1869 in Illinois707 and died before 1 Jun 1880.706

+ 1103 M    vii. Francis A. HALBERT 706 was born about 1876 in Texas.706

+ 1104 M    viii. Jody L. HALBERT 706 was born about 1879 in Texas.706

346. Sidney J. HALBERT (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 26 Jan 1829 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died on 16 Mar 1880 at age 51, and was buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky. Another name for Sidney was Sidnie J. McMEEKIN.

Sidney married Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN, son of Charles McMEEKIN, in 1854 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Samuel was born in 1832 in Nelson County, Kentucky, died in 1911 at age 79, and was buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Samuel D. Mcmeakin married Sidney J. Halbert in 1854 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. She was a daughter of Stephen Halbert. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F43P-994 : accessed 25 May 2014), Samuel D. Mcmeakin and Sidney J. Halbert, 1854; citing Jefferson County, Kentucky, reference bk 6 p 26; FHL microfilm 482708.]

General Notes: "Samuel D., a son of Charles McMeekin, a native of Kentucky, was born in Nelson County, Ky., but moved with his parents to Missouri when quite a youth, remained there for a number of years, but afterward moved back to his native State and settled in Oldham County. He has always followed farming." (http://www.rootsweb.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/cgi-bin/search.cgi?read=oldham/mcmeekin.wm.txt&vsurname=Halbert&srchterm=halbert///)

Samuel married Sydney J. Halbert in 1854 in Jefferson County, Kentucky.

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MXWB-SHC : accessed 25 May 2014), Samuel Mcmeekin in household of Samuel Mckeekin, Kentucky, United States; citing p. 39, family 324, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000545992.
Samuel MckeekinM45 Kentucky
Sydney McmeekinF40 Kentucky
Charles McmeekinM17 Kentucky
William McmeekinM11 Kentucky
Samuel McmeekinM9 Kentucky
Carrie McmeekinF5 Kentucky
Charles MorrisonM20 Kentucky

Sydney died in March 1880.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Shelby County, Doaks; Series: T9 Roll: 441 Page: 224:
96 105 McMEEKIN S D Self M 49 Wd Farmer KY VA KY
-- Samuel B. Son M 16 S Working on farm KY KY KY
-- William Son M 15 S Working on farm KY KY KY
BELL Margaret Adopted F 17 S Keeping house GA GA GA

Samuel is buried in the Valley of Rest Cemetery, La Grange, Oldham County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 72779675:

SAMUEL DUNCAN
McMEEKIN
1832 -1911

The memorial links to those of his wife, Sidnie J. Halbert McMeekin (1829 - 1880), and sons Charlie Halbert McMeekin ( 1854 -1873) and William Marshall McMeekin (1865 - 1921)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1105 M    i. Charlie Halbert McMEEKIN was born on 9 Dec 1854, died on 29 Sep 1873 at age 18, and was buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky.

+ 1106 F    ii. Kate D. McMEEKIN was born on 17 Jan 1860 in Oldham County, Kentucky, died on 15 Feb 1863 in Oldham County, Kentucky at age 3, and was buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky.

+ 1107 M    iii. Samuel B. McMEEKIN was born about 1863 in Oldham County, Kentucky.

+ 1108 M    iv. William Marshall McMEEKIN was born on 5 May 1865 in Oldham County, Kentucky, died on 14 Nov 1921 in Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 56, and was buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky.

347. John D. HALBERT 229 (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1834 in Lewis County, Kentucky.229

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, Illinois, Hancock County, Carthage Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 226 Page: 81: 412 427 HALBERT John 34 M W Farmer KY; -- Priscilla 76 F W With son KY; MAGIN Nancy H. 64 F W With son-in-law KY.
Next door is Priscilla HALBERT's nephew Nathan BILDERBACK and family.
411 426 BILDERBACK Nathan 42 M W Farmer 1100 400 KY; -- Nancy 41 F W Keeping house KY; -- Mary 14 F W IL; -- Charles W. 12 M W IL; [next page, 82] BILDERBACK James L. 10 M W IL; -- Catherine 8 F W IL; -- John C. 6 M W IL; -- Roxanna 3 F W IL; -- Laura E. 10/12 F W IL.

John married MAGIN, daughter of MAGIN and Nancy H. --?--,230 after 1860.

348. Joseph P. HALBERT 229 (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1831 in Lewis County, Kentucky.229 He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: COULD HE BE:

1860 U.S. Census, California, Santa Clara County, Alviso Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 65 Page: 410: Line 19 HALBERT Joseph 30 M W Day laborer OH. He is a boarder in a hotel, along with a D. M. HARKINS, 40, and R. M. HARKINS from Kentucky.

Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio
Hulbert, Joseph P.,
b. 1835, d. 1926, [JW]
Hulbert, Sarah S., b. 1837, d. 1913, [JW]
(http://www.interment.net/data/us/oh/washington/oakgrove/oak_aj.htm)
1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Marietta; Series: T9 Roll: 1076 Page: 311:
204 228 HURLBERT J. P. W M 46 M County Lawyer OH WV ??; -- Sarah W F 42 Wife M Keeping house PA NY? ??; (next page) HURLBERT Everson W M 17 Son S Assistant surveyor OH OH OH; -- Bradley W M 16 Son S At school OH OH OH; -- Lizzie W F 11 Dau S At school OH OH OH; -- Mary W F 9 Dau S OH OH OH.

349. Hester A. HALBERT 229 (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1835 in Lewis County, Kentucky.229

350. Pamelia J. HALBERT 229 (Stephen HALBERT88, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1837 in Lewis County, Kentucky.229 She had no relationships and no children.

351. George Washington HALBERT 59 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1834 in Louisiana59 and died in 1867 in Bell County, Texas at age 33.

General Notes: Halbert, G W, Bell County (Confederate Indigent Families Index, Texas, http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/cif/acname.html)
Halbert, G W, Milam County (Confederate Indigent Families Index, Texas, http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/cif/acname.html)

George married Mary Ann CATES,708 daughter of John CATES 709 and Comfort --?--,709 about 1860. Mary was born on 25 Jun 1843 in Arkansas,708 died in 1922 in Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas at age 79, and was buried in Mintor's Chapel Cemetery.

General Notes: Mary Ann CATES married George Washington HALBERT about 1860. Their son, Andrew Jackson, was born in 1861.

In 1870, Mary HALBERT (HOLBERT), 28, widowed, and Andrew, 9, live with her parents in Bell County, Texas.
1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Bell County, Belton P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1575 Page: 82: 331 331 CATES John 67 M W Farming --- 400 TN; -- Comfort 48 F W Keeping House TN; -- John 23 M W TX; -- Anna 20 F W TX; -- Isaac 17 M W AR; -- Martha 15 F W TX; -- William 13 M W TX; (cont'd on page 83) -- Malinda 11 F W TX; -- Lavicy 9 F W TX; HOLBERT Mary 28 F W AR; -- -- Andrew 9 M W TX.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1109 M    i. Andrew Jackson HALBERT 710 was born on 16 Mar 1861 in Bell County, Texas,708 died on 19 May 1934 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas at age 73, and was buried in Minters Chapel Cemetery.

352. Andrew Jackson HALBERT 59 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1836 in Milam County, Texas.

353. Elizabeth C. HALBERT 59,231 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Apr 1838 in Milam County, Texas.

General Notes: "daughter Elizabeth D. Leatherman in Milam County" [1867] See Nathan HALBERT's general notes.

Elizabeth married Francis Marion LEATHERMAN,231 son of Samuel Gibbs LEATHERMAN and Hellen English KOONCE, on 21 Dec 1858 in Wilson County, Tennessee. Francis was born on 4 Oct 1836 in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana231 and died on 29 Mar 1881 at age 44.

General Notes: Francis Marion "Frank" LEATHERMAN, son of Samuel Gibbs LEATHERMAN and Helen English KOONCE, was born on 4 Oct 1836 in Claiborne Parish, LA and died on 29 Mar 1881.

Frank married Elizabeth D. HALBERT on 21 Dec 1858 in Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN. Elizabeth was born in 1840 in Claiborne Parish, LA.

Married in 1858 but living alone in 1860, or not the same F. M. LEATHERMAN?
1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Walker County, Huntsville; Series: M653 Roll: 1307 Page: 98:
101 98 Line 13 F. M. LEATHERMAN 21 M Guard to Penity LA. (Penitentiary)

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Milam County, Davilla P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1598 Page: 298: 1211 1259 LEATHERMAN Frank 36 W Farmer M LA; -- Elizabeth 30 F W Housekeeper TX; -- Sarah 11 F W Going to school TX; -- Mary B. 6 F W TX; -- Susan 3 F W TX; -- Thomas 1 M W TX; ALBERT James M. 23 W Farmer.

Before 1880, Frank married his second wife, Elizabeth FRANCISCO. She is age 18 in the 1880 census which lists Frank as "Francis F." Elizabeth C. HALBERT, first wife apparently died after giving birth to twins, Charles and Charlotte. From the 1870 family, Mary B. is "Mary S. E." and Thomas is "Green T. G."
1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Milam County, 5-Pct; Series: T9 Roll: 1320 Page: 307: 3 3 LEATHERMAN Francis F. W M 43 M Farmer LA MS --; -- Elizabeth W F 18 Wife M Keeping house TX -- --; -- Mary S. E. W F 15 Dau S TX LA TX; -- Susan A. W F 13 Dau S At home TX LA TX; -- Green T. G. W M 11 Son S At home TX LA TX; -- Nancy H. W F 7 Dau S TX LA TX; -- Charles L. W M 4 Son S TX LA TX; -- Charlotte E. W F 4 S TX LA TX.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1110 F    i. Sarah LEATHERMAN 231 was born about 1859 in Milam County, Texas.231

+ 1111 F    ii. Mary B. LEATHERMAN 231 was born about 1864 in Milam County, Texas.231

+ 1112 F    iii. Susan LEATHERMAN 231 was born about 1867 in Milam County, Texas.231

+ 1113 M    iv. Thomas G. LEATHERMAN 231 was born in Jan 1869 in Milam County, Texas.711

+ 1114 M    v. Charles S. LEATHERMAN 712 was born in Jul 1875 in Milam County, Texas.713

+ 1115 F    vi. Nancy H. LEATHERMAN 712 was born about 1873 in Milam County, Texas.712

+ 1116 F    vii. Charlotte LEATHERMAN 712 was born about 1876 in Milam County, Texas.712

354. Eleanor Clementine HALBERT 59,232,233 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Apr 1840 in Milam County, Texas,232,234 died on 16 Nov 1902 in Coryell County, Texas235 at age 62, and was buried in Eagle Springs Cemetery.235 Another name for Eleanor was Ellen C. TURNER.234

General Notes: Eleanor Clementine HALBERT married twice. Her first husband was William G. MITCHELL who died in 1873. She married second James Loring TURNER who died in 1876.

"daughter Elenor C. Mitchell in Goliad County, Texas" [1867] See Nathan HALBERT's general notes.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Coryell County, Pct 4; Series: T9 Roll: 1298 Page: 441:
24 24 TURNER Ellen C. W F 40 Wd Housekeeper TX KY LA;
MITCHELL Robert E. M W 9 Son S TX TX TX;
-- Sarah J. W F 7 Dau S TX TX TX;
Turner, William L. W M 4 Son S TX TX TX;
-- John M. W M 30 Laborer S MS -- MS.

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Coryell County, Pct 5; Series: T623 Roll: 1624 Page: 160:
223 225 TURNER Ellen C. Head W F Apl 1840 60 Wd TX KY LA Farmer;
MITCHEL [sic] Robert E. Son W M Nov 1870 29 Wd TX TN TX Farm laborer; TURNER Wm L. Son W M Feb 1879 21 S TX MS TX Farm laborer.

"Ellenor Clementine 'Ellen' Halbert Turner" is buried in Eagle Springs Cemetery, Oglesby, Coryell County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 51659137 created by Anonymous on Apr 26, 2010 lists her birth on Apr. 11, 1840 and her death on Nov. 16, 1902.

Eleanor married William G. MITCHELL.232 William was born in 1838 in Tennessee232 and died in 1873 at age 35.

General Notes: "William G. Mitchell (1838-1873) was Eleanor Clara Halbert's first husband. They had one daughter, Sara Jane (1872-1918) and a son Lee (never married and moved away to Colorado)." [Caroline Turner-Eldredge, 4.26.2011] http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.ashton/888.3.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx]

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Coryell County, Gatesville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1581 Page: 292: 25 25 MITCHELL Wm 30 M W Fm lbr 2000 600 TN; -- Elleanor Clemontine F W Keeping house TX.

William died in 1873.

The 1880 census of Coryell County, Texas lists Robert's two children, Robert E., age 9, and Sarah J., age 7, with William's widow, Ellen C. TURNER, now also the widow of James Loring TURNER.

William G. MITCHELL is buried in Eagle Springs Cemetery, Oglesby, Coryell County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 51659071 created by Anonymous on Apr 26, 2010 lists his birth in 1838 and his death in 1873.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1117 M    i. Robert E. MITCHELL 233 was born in Nov 1870 in Texas.

+ 1118 F    ii. Sarah Jane MITCHELL 233 was born in 1872 in Texas233 and died in 1918 at age 46.

Eleanor next married James Loring TURNER on 17 Apr 1875 in Coryell County, Texas. James was born in 1828 in Mississippi, died in 1876 in Coryell County, Texas at age 48, and was buried in Eagle Springs Cemetery.

Marriage Notes: J. F. [sic, L.] TURNER married E. C. MITCHELL on 17 Apr 1875 in Coryell County, Texas.
[FamilySearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59161-2, System Origin: Texas-VR, Source Film Number: 984711, Reference Number: 2:1DLWDL7, Collection: Texas Marriages, 1837-1973]
Note: Eleanor "Ellen" HALBERT was the widow of William G. MITCHELL. "J. F." was James Loring TURNER. RLD]

General Notes: "James Turner (1828-1876) was Eleanor's second husband (after Mitchell died). They had one child, a son, William Loring (1876-1959). William was my grandfather."
[Caroline Turner-Eldredge, 4.26.2011]

James TURNER is buried in Eagle Springs Cemetery, Oglesby, Coryell County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 51659137 created by Anonymous on Apr 26, 2010 lists his birth in 1828 in Mississippi and his death in 1876.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1119 M    i. William Loring TURNER 233 was born in 1876233 and died in 1959 at age 83.

355. James M. HALBERT 59 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1842 in Milam County, Texas.

General Notes: "son James M. Holbert in Milam County" [1867] See Nathan HALBERT's general notes.

356. Permalia E. HALBERT 59,236 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in May 1845 in Milam County, Texas237 and died after 1910.238

General Notes: Permilia HALBERT married William H. SHAW about 1868.

Permelia and William had four children, three died before 1900, as did William.
1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Milam County, Ward 1, Rockdale; Series: T623 Roll: 1657 Page: 268: 485 493 SHAW Permelia Head W F May 1845 55 Wd - 4 1 TX KY LA Farmer; -- Willis Son W M Sep 1869 30 S TX AL TX Fireman[?] R. R.

Permalia married William H. SHAW 236 about 1867. William was born about 1844 in Alabama236 and died before 1 Jun 1900.237

General Notes: 1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Milam County, Davilla, Pct 5; Series: T9 Roll: 1320 Page: 334: 7 7 SHAW William H. W M 35 M Wagoner AL GA AL; -- Permelia W F 35 Wife M Keeping house LA KY LA; -- Willis W M 10 Son S TX AL LA; -- Mauda [sic] W F 8 Dau S TX AL LA.

William H. SHAW died before 1 June 1900 when Permelia is listed as a widow in the census of Milam County, Texas.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1120 M    i. Willis F. SHAW 236,238 was born in Sep 1869 in Texas.236,237

+ 1121 F    ii. Maude SHAW 236 was born about 1872 in Texas236 and died before 1900.237

+ 1122 U    iii. SHAW was born about 1875237 and died before 1 Jun 1900.237

+ 1123 U    iv. SHAW was born about 1877237 and died before 1 Jun 1900.237

357. Lafayette HALBERT 59 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1846 in Milam County, Texas.

358. Albert HALBERT 59 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1849 in Milam County, Texas.

359. Henry A. HALBERT (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born after 1849 in Bell County, Texas.

360. Mary Matilda Jane HALBERT 239,240 (Nathan HALBERT89, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 18 Jun 1855 in Texas239 and died on 18 Apr 1919 in Sherman, Grayson County, Texas241 at age 63. Another name for Mary was Matilda HOLBERT.

General Notes: Matilda Jane HALBERT is named as "M. M. J.", age 4, in the 1860 census in the home of Nathan HALBERT and Mary Clemintine BULREICE.

Matila Halbert Ashton died 18 April 1919, from of injuries received in a tornado.

Mary married Joseph Raymond ASHTON,714 son of Lt. Joseph ASHTON, CSA and Rebecca RICKLES, about 1875. Joseph was born in Dec 1846 in St. Clair County, Alabama240,241 and died on 5 Dec 1940 in Runnels County, Texas241 at age 94.

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Hopkins County, Black Oak P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1592 Page: 128:
Line 28 ASHTON Jackson 21 M W Farmer AL;
Line 29 -- Joseph 19 M W Nothing AL.
Jackson and Joseph live in the household of Nancy TUCKER, 41, Keeping house 240 430 AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Williamson County, 4-Pct; Series: T9 Roll: 1332 Page: 499: 161 161 ASHTON Joseph R. W M 32 M Farmer AL GA AL; -- Matilda W F 26 Wife M Keeps house TX -- --; -- Walter W M 4 Son TX AL TX; -- Ida W F 1 Dau TX AL TX.

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Williamson County, 5 J-Pct; Series: T623 Roll: 1679 Page: 177: 36 36 ASHTON Joseph R. Head W M Dec 1846 53 M 24 TX TX TX Farmer; -- Matilda Wife W F June 1855 44 M 24 6 6 TX ?? LA; -- William Son W M --- ---- -- S TX TX TX Farmer; -- Lilla Dau W F June 18?? 1? S TX TX TX Farm laborer; -- Lucy J. Dau W F July 188 ? ?? S TX TX TX Farm laborer; -- Joseph B. Son W M Jan 1892 8 S TX TX TX Farm laborer. (Note: This census page is difficult to read.)
Next door is Joseph's son, Walter, and family.
Neal Ashton provides these ages from this census in his family tree at Ancestry.com: Joseph R Ashton 53, Matilda Ashton 44, William Ashton 18, Lilla Ashton 16, Lucy J Ashton 11, Joseph B Ashton 8.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1124 M    i. Walter Richard ASHTON 714 was born on 15 Oct 1876 in Uvalde, Texas240,241 and died on 9 Dec 1918 in Girard, Kent County, Texas241 at age 42.

+ 1125 F    ii. Ida ASHTON 714,715 was born on 9 Sep 1878 in Prairie Dale, Texas715 and died on 20 Apr 1956 in Ballinger, Texas241 at age 77.

+ 1126 M    iii. William ASHTON 240 was born on 18 Jul 1880 in Williamson County, Texas241 and died on 8 Feb 1956 in Runnels County, Texas241 at age 75.

+ 1127 F    iv. Lilla ASHTON 240,716 was born on 23 Jun 1883 in Williamson County, Texas631 and died on 15 May 1971 in Runnels County, Texas631 at age 87.

+ 1128 F    v. Lucy J. ASHTON 240 was born on 4 Jul 1888 in Texas.717

+ 1129 M    vi. Joseph Bird ASHTON 240 was born on 6 Jan 1892 in Williamson County, Texas240,631 and died on 11 Jan 1969 in Stephens County, Oklahoma241,631 at age 77.

361. George Thomas HALBERT 243 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 20 Aug 1826 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died in Feb 1898 in Delaware County, Indiana at age 71.

General Notes: "George Thomas HALBERT, eldest son of Daniel HALBERT and Rachel THOMAS was born on Salt Lick, Lewis County, Kentucky, 20 August 1826. He received his education in the common schools of the county and at Bacon Collage at Harrodsburg. In 1846, while there, he enlisted in Captain Philip B. THOMPSON's Company, 2nd Rgt., Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, and soon was on his way to Mexico. While stationed in Texas, just before marching to Mexico, he was accidentally wounded by a comrade, receiving an honorable discharge and returned to Harrodsburg that winter.

He graduated with his class, in 1849, as Valedictorian. Returning to Lewis County he was nominated for County Clerk by his party, the Democrat's, but was defeated by Whig incumbent, Joseph ROBB, who had held the office by appointment since 1810.

George HALBERT was admitted to the bar in 1852 and commenced practice at Clarksburg, the county seat. He was appointed to the vacant Circuit Court Clerkship in 1854. ROBB died that year and HALBERT again ran for County Clerk and was elected, thus holding both offices. In 1856 he was elected Circuit Court Clerk and in 1858 again elected County Clerk. In 1864 the Democrats nominated him for State Senator but he was defeated.

In 1868 he was elected Commonwealth's Attorney for the 14th Judicial District (Greenup, Lewis, Mason, Fleming, Nicholas, and Rowan Counties) and served 6 years. He moved to Greenup, in 1869 where he built a large brick house. In 1877 he was elected State Senator for the 32nd District, composed of Greenup, Boyd, Lawrence and Elliott Counties and served 4 years. In 1881 he returned to Vanceburg to live built a house and practice law there for the rest of his days. He was elected to the Legislature from Lewis County in 1891 and served the long session that enacted the new Constitution. He was re -nominated in 1893, but defeated as the county was then strongly Republican. He was the accredited leader of the Democratic Party in Lewis County for a great many years.

He was an active and zealous member of the Christian Church and an Elder for sometime up to his decease. He did not use liquor or tobacco, was the soul of hospitality, always lived well and was a fine type of Kentucky gentleman.

He married three times: (1) 1852 Sara WILLIAM. She died in child birth about 1854; (2) 1857 Matilda TRUITT, 1835-1873. By her he had two sons, four daughters; (3) Mary Jane PRATT, son b. & d. same day. The eldest son, Marshall, 1859-1875, was accidentally killed while hunting. Second son, George Truitt, 1864-1943, married 2nd, Charlotte NICHOL. By her he had Philip Pendleton HALBERT, 1908, who has been married and divorced, without issue. Of the daughters, Roberta Lee, 1862-1941, married 1891, Alfred E. ERB, 1848-1941, 3 children; Irene, 1867-1930, married 1891, Dr. Louis DUNN, 1866-1928, two sons, Marshall Lloyd and Halbert Louis; Lucy, 1870-1935, married 1927, William STERNKE, 1866-1934, no issue. George T. HALBERT died while visiting Muncie, Indiana in February 1898."

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp Listed; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 875: 829 829 Geo. T. Halbert 33 M Clerk Court 4500 3000 Kentucky; Matilda T. " 25 F Kentucky; Marshall " 11/12 M Kentucky; Angus V. Wilson 22 M Ohio

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Greenup County, Greenupsburg P O; Series: M593 Roll: 466 Page: 37: 65 65 HALBERT Geo T. 42 M W Lawyer 4,000 4,500 KY; -- Matilda 33 F W Keeping house KY; -- Marshall 11 M W Helps mother KY; -- Robertie 7 F W KY; -- George 5 M W KY; -- Irene 3 F W KY.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Greenup County, Greenup; Series: T9 Roll: 417 Page: 1:7 7 H__B__T [HALBERT. RLD] Geo. T. W M 53 M Lawyer KY KY KY; -- Mary Jane W F34 Wife M Keeps house KY KY KY;-- Robertie W F 17 Day S At school KY KY KY; -- Geo. T. Jr. W M 15 Son S KY KY KY; -- Irene W F 13 Dau S KY KY KY; -- Lucy W F 10 Dau S KY KY KY.

George married Sarah WILLIAM on 3 Jun 1852 in Kentucky. Sarah was born circa 1834 and died about 1854 in Lewis County, Kentucky about age 20.

George next married Matilda TRUITT,243,718 daughter of George TRUITT 719 and Mary A. --?--,719 on 12 Nov 1857 in Lewis County, Kentucky. Matilda was born on 3 Jun 1835 in Quincy, Kentucky and died on 25 Mar 1873 in Greenup County, Kentucky at age 37.

Marriage Notes: George T. Halbert married Matilda Truitt on 12 November 1857 in Clarksburg, Lewis County, Kentucky. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FW52-B26 : accessed 30 May 2014), George T. Halbert and Matilda Truitt, 12 Nov 1857; citing Clarksburg, Lewis, Kentucky, reference 76; FHL microfilm 344052.]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1130 F    i. Ella HALBERT was born about 1857 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died about 1858 in Lewis County, Kentucky about age 1.

+ 1131 M    ii. Marshall HALBERT 243 was born on 21 Aug 1859 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 1 Nov 1875 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 16.

+ 1132 F    iii. Roberta Lee HALBERT 243,720 was born in Oct 1862 in Lewis County, Kentucky,720 died in 1941 in Erie County, New York at age 79, and was buried in Clarence Fillmore Cemetery, Erie County, New York.

+ 1133 M    iv. George Truitt HALBERT 243 was born on 4 Dec 1864 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 11 Apr 1943 in Hennepin County, Minnesota at age 78.

+ 1134 F    v. Irene I. HALBERT 243 was born on 7 Jan 1867 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died in Nov 1930 in California at age 63.

+ 1135 F    vi. Lucy E. HALBERT 720 was born in Jun 1870 in Lewis County, Kentucky720 and died on 29 Jan 1935 in Hennepin County, Minnesota at age 64.

George next married Mary Jane PRATT in Dec 1873. Mary was born in Aug 1845 in Kentucky and died in 1916 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 71.

General Notes: Mary Jane Pratt was the third wife and widow of George Thomas Halbert who died in 1898.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9HF-JB9 : accessed 07 Jun 2014), Mary J Halbert, Magisterial District 2 Vanceburg town, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 3A, family 58, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240538.
55 58 HALBERT Mary J. Head W F Aug 1845 55 Wd - 1 1 KY KY KY
PALMER Ruby Servant W F Jany 1881 19 S KY KY OH Servant

Jane Halbert died in 1916 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky. She was a daughter of Nelson Pratt and Eliza Gilmore. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSML-KZZ : accessed 07 Jun 2014), Jane Halbert, 1916; citing Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, 24693, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1942747.]


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1136 M    i. HALBERT was born circa 1876 in Kentucky and died circa 1876 in Kentucky.

362. Lavina Ann HALBERT 227 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 17 Dec 1827 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 9 Dec 1911 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 83.

General Notes: 1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg 2-District; Series: T623 Roll: 538 Page: 232: Line 91 161 173 HALBERT Lavina Head W F May 1827 73 Wd - 5 4 KY KY KY Land lady; -- Roberta L. Dau-in-law W F Sep 1866 33 M 4 1 1 KY KY KY; -- Henry GrSon W M June 1898 1 S KY KY KY.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: T624 Roll: 482 Page: 115: Main Street -- 6 7 PUGH Mary C. Head F W 61 Wd - 13 11 KY VA VA Own income; HALBERT Lavina Mother F W 80 Wd - 7 3 VA VA VA Own income; PUGH Helen M. Dau F W 17 S KY KY KY; ARMSTRONG Callie Servant F W 17 S KY KY KY Servant Private family.

Lavina A. Halbert died in 1911 in Vanceburg, Lewis county, Kentucky. She was the wife of William Cottingham Halbert and daughter of Daniel Halbert and Rachel Thomas, ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSMB-F3K : accessed 11 May 2014), Lavina A. Halbert, 1911; citing Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, 31981, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1904673.]

Lavina married William Cottingham HALBERT,227 son of Stephen HALBERT and Mary COTTINGHAM, on 20 Nov 1817 in Aberdeen. William was born on 20 Feb 1817 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 17 Sep 1877 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 60.

General Notes: "William Cottingham HALBERT, b. Feb 20, 1817, Lewis Co., Ky., and d. Sep 17, 1876-1877, Lewis County, Kentucky. He married his cousin Lavina Ann HALBERT on November 20, 1847 in Aberdeen, daughter of Daniel HALBERT and Rachel THOMAS . She was b. Dec 10, 1827, and d. Dec 9, 1911. He was a lawyer and also engaged in various mercantile activities and owned a large general store and a flouring mill. He was elected as a State Senator in 1866, but refused the nomination, but instead became the County Attorney in 1870."

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 2-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 156: 3 3 William C. HALBERT M W Farmer 4500 Ky; Luvina A. " 22 F W KY; Mary " 2 F W KY. Next door is the household of James COTINGHAM (sic) 40, possibly widowed, with nine children ranging from 5 to 20.

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp Listed; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 872: 808 808 William C. HALBERT 43 M W Lawyer 20,000 6,000 KY; Lavina A. " 33 F W KY; -- Mary C. " 11 F W KY-- Walker '' 10 M W KY; -- Isaac N. " 5 M W KY; -- Willie C. " 4 M W KY; -- Rachael F. 1 F W KY; James GETTIE 50 M W Farm Laborer Ireland; Isaac H. VOIERS 25 M W Merchant ---- 2000 KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 533: 95 95 HALBERT Wm C. 53 M W Atty at Law 34,000 10,000 KY; -- Lavina 42 F W Keeping house KY; -- Willie C. 14 M W At home KY; -- Florence 10 F W KY; -- Henry 8 M W KY; -- Anna L. 5 F W KY; PUGH Samuel 20 M W Clerk in store KY.

"A daughter of Rachel [THOMAS] and Daniel HALBERT was Lavina Ann HALBERT who married her cousin, William Cottingham HALBERT. William read law and was admitted to the bar in 1856. He was elected and served as County Attorney of Lewis County in 1862, and again in 1870 and served eight years in all. He was nominated in 1852 for state senator by the Whig party from Fleming and Lewis district but declined the nomination because of ill health. In 1865 he was nominated by the Democratic party for state senator from Mason and Lewis district and was elected and served four years. He declined a re-nomination from that party in 1869 on account of ill health and the demands of his private business. He was elected leader of the Whig party in Lewis County until the demise of the party. He then became a member of the Democratic party and continued the leader of it in Lewis County until his death." (The Thomas Trail,, chap. 11, p. 7)

(Duplicate Line. See Person 341)

363. Rachel Amanda HALBERT (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Nov 1829 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 12 Jan 1840 in Kentucky at age 10.

General Notes: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/a/l/William-C-Halbert/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0077.html

364. Mary Caroline HALBERT 61 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 10 Nov 1831 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 3 Apr 1918 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 86. She had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: Is this Mary Caroline HALBERT, living by herself:
1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Tollesboro; Series: M593 Roll: 481 Page: 503: 28 28 HALBERT Mary C. 38 F W School teaching --- 900 KY.

In 1880, Mary lives with her sister, Sarah, and husband, Isaac VOIERS. She is misnamed as HOLBROOK, vice HALBERT.
1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 44:
27 27 VOIERS Isaac H. W M 43 M Farmer KY KY KY;
-- Sarah E. W F 44 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY;
-- Berty E. W F 13 Dau - At home KY KY KY;
-- Mary H. W F 11 Dau At home KY KY KY;
-- Matty F. W F 9 Dau At home KY KY KY;
HOLBROOK Mary C. W F 48 Sis-in-law School teacher KY KY KY.

1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg 2-Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 538 Page: 228:
53 56 HALBERT Mary C. Head W F Nov 1833 66 S KY KY KY Land lady. (Lives alone.)
Two homes away:
55 58 HALBERT Mary J. Head W F Aug 1845 54 Wd - 1 1 KY KY KY;
PALMER Ruby Servant W F Jany 1881 19 S KY KY OH.
Next door:
57 60 VOIERS Isaac Head W M June 1835 64 M 35 KY KY KY;
-- Sallie E. Wife W F May 1866(?) 64 M 35 3 3 KY KY KY.

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DN-DYH : accessed 07 Jun 2014), Mary C Halbert, Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 111, sheet 15B, family 69, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374495.
HALBERT Mary C. Head W F 76 S KY KY KY

Mary C. Halbert, daughter of Daniel Halbert and Rachel Thomas, born about 1831, died 3 April 1918 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 87. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSKX-SHR : accessed 07 Jun 2014), Mary C Halbert, 03 Apr 1918; citing Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, fn 13885, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1942865.]

365. Daniel Green HALBERT 229 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 29 May 1834 in Lewis County, Kentucky,229 died on 17 Jul 1855 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 21, and was buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: Daniel Green Halbert is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone, illegible, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 26157314. The memorial lists his death on 17 July 1855 and identifies Daniel as a son of D. [Daniel] and Rachel Halbert.

366. Sarah Elizabeth HALBERT 61 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 May 1836 in Lewis County, Kentucky,244 died on 30 Nov 1910 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 74, and was buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: Sarah Elizabeth Halbert married Isaac H. Voiers.

Sarah is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 26157326:

SARAH HALBERT
WIFE OF
ISAAC H. VOIERS
11 MAY 1836 - 30 NOV 1910

Sarah married Isaac Halbert VOIERS,244 son of Samuel VOIERS 690 and Emily L. D. HALBERT, in Aug 1865 in Lewis County, Kentucky. Isaac was born on 4 Jun 1835 in Lewis County, Kentucky244 and died on 2 Nov 1921 in Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky at age 86.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp Listed; Series: M653 Roll: 381 Page: 872: 808 808 William C. HALBERT 43 M W Lawyer 20,000 6,000 KY; Lavina A. " 33 F W KY; -- Mary C. " 11 F W KY-- Walker '' 10 M W KY; -- Isaac N. " 5 M W KY; -- Willie C. " 4 M W KY; -- Rachael F. 1 F W KY; James GETTIE 50 M W Farm Laborer Ireland; Isaac H. VOIERS 25 M W Merchant ---- 2000 KY.

In August 1865, Isaac VOIERS married Sarah (Sallie) Elizabeth HALBERT, daughter of Daniel HALBERT and Rachel THOMAS, and first cousin to William Cottingham HALBERT.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 44:
27 27 VOIERS Isaac H. W M 43 M Farmer KY KY KY;
-- Sarah E. W F 44 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY;
-- Berty E. W F 13 Dau - At home KY KY KY;
-- Mary H. W F 11 Dau At home KY KY KY;
-- Matty F. W F 9 Dau At home KY KY KY;
HOLBROOK Mary C. W F 48 Sis-in-law School teacher KY KY KY.
NOTE: "HOLBROOK" should be HALBERT.

In 1900, Isaac is still a neighbor to the HALBERT family:
1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg 2-Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 538 Page: 228:
55 58 HALBERT Mary J. Head W F Aug 1845 54 Wd - 1 1 KY KY KY;
PALMER Ruby Servant W F Jany 1881 19 S KY KY OH.
Next door:
57 60 VOIERS Isaac Head W M June 1835 64 M 35 KY KY KY;
-- Sallie E. Wife W F May 1866(?) 64 M 35 3 3 KY KY KY.
Two homes away:
53 56 HALBERT Mary C. Head W F Nov 1833 66 S KY KY KY Land lady. (Lives alone.)

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Vanceburg; Series: T624 Roll: 482 Page: 128:
63 67 VOIERS Isaac H. Head M W 74 M1 45 KY KY KY Own income;
-- Sarah E. Wife F W 73 45 3 3 KY KY KY.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1137 F    i. Emma Roberta VOIERS 702 was born on 5 Sep 1866 in Kentucky.702

+ 1138 F    ii. Mary Halbert VOIERS was born on 1 Nov 1868 in Kentucky and died on 3 Jun 1921 in Ohio at age 52.

+ 1139 F    iii. Martha Florence VOIERS was born on 1 Mar 1871 in Kentucky and died on 3 Jul 1946 in California at age 75.

367. Sidney Josephine HALBERT (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 8 Nov 1838 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died on 5 Nov 1841 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 2, and was buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: Sidney Josephine Halbert, daughter of Daniel and Rachel Halbert, died at age 2 years and 21 days. She is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 26157247.

368. Martha Louise HALBERT 61 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 16 Feb 1841 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died in Feb 1922 in Lewis County, Kentucky at age 81, and was buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: Martha Louise Halbert, wife of James Herbert Barkley, is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband is on Find A Grave Memorial# 18305356:

MARTHA HALBERT
BARKLEY
1841 - 1922

The memorial lists her birth on February 16, 1841, and her death in February, 1922 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

Martha married James Herbert BARKLEY about 1860. James was born in 1828 in Kentucky, died in 1895 at age 67, and was buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: "United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M65D-JQC : accessed 12 May 2014), James H Barckly in household of William Barckly, Lewis county, part of, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing family 344, NARA microfilm publication M432. Affiliate Film Number 210.
William Barckly [sic] M 60 Farmer 3000 Pennsylvania
Elenor " F 53 Maryland
Daniel L " M 24 Kentucky
James H " M 22 Kentucky
Samuel B " M 19 Kentucky
Thomas J " M 17 Kentucky
Mary " F 28 Kentucky
Eliza " F 26 Kentucky

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZBP-3MR : accessed 12 May 2014), James Barkley in household of William Barkley, , Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. 78, household ID 567, NARA microfilm publication M653; FHL microfilm 803381.
William Barkley M 71 Pennsylvania
Eliza Barkley F 23 Kentucky
James Barkley M 31 Kentucky
Thomas Barkley M 26 Kentucky

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MXWV-MZ7 : accessed 12 May 2014), Martha Barkley in household of James H Barkley, Kentucky, United States; citing p. 3, family 17, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000545980. Tollesboro Precinct, Tollesboro P. O.
James H Barkley M 39 KY
Martha Barkley F 27 KY
Mintie E Barkley F 10 KY
Mary B Barkley F 8 KY
George Tincher M 17 VA

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Henderson; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 136:
177 177 BARKLEY James W M 51 M Farmer KY KY KY
-- Martha W F 49 [sic, 59?] Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY
-- Minta W F 19 Dau S At home KY KY KY
-- Bill [sic, Belle. RLD] W F 17 Dau S At home KY KY KY
-- George W M 9 Son - At home KY KY KY
-- Kate W F 4 Dau - At home KY KY KY
-- Nellie W F 10/12 Feb Dau KY KY KY

Mrs. Belle Barkley Hendrickson, wife of Jack Hendrickson and daughter of James Barkley and Martha Halbert, died in 1938 in Tolesboro, Lewis County, Kentucky. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSQJ-1BK : accessed 12 May 2014), James Barkley in entry for Mrs. Belle Barkley Hendrickson, 1938; citing Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, 4681, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1913342.]

James Herbert Barkley is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, Martha Louise Halbert, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 76378999:

JAMES HERBERT
BARKLEY
1828 - 1895


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1140 F    i. Ariminta Emma BARKLEY was born about 1860 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died in 1923 in Mason County, Kentucky about age 63.

+ 1141 F    ii. Belle BARKLEY was born about 1862 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died in 1939 in Lewis County, Kentucky about age 77.

+ 1142 M    iii. George William BARKLEY was born on 6 Jan 1871 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died in Aug 1964 at age 93, and was buried in Ebenezer Cemetery, Lewis County, Kentucky.

+ 1143 F    iv. Kate BARKLEY was born on 17 Oct 1875 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

+ 1144 F    v. Nellie BARKLEY was born in 1879 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

369. Amanda Ariminta HALBERT 61 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Jun 1843 in Lewis County, Kentucky.

370. Frances Amelia HALBERT 61 (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 1 Feb 1846 in Lewis County, Kentucky and died on 24 Oct 1901 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois at age 55.

General Notes: Frances Amelia HALBERT is named in the 1850 census as "Pamelia, 4."

371. Harriet Isabel HALBERT (Daniel HALBERT90, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born Cal 17 Jul 1848 in Lewis County, Kentucky, died on 16 Jul 1849 in Lewis County, Kentucky, and was buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky.

General Notes: Harriet Isabel Halbert is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her mostly legible headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 26157219:

HARRIET J.
DHTR OF
DANL & RACHEL
HALBERT
DIED
JUL. 16, 1849
AGED 11 MOS.
29 DAYS

Note: The headstone appears to read "HARRIET J." The extensive research of Major William Carter Halbert, 1891-1958, lists Harriet's middle name as "Isabel." [RLD]

372. BAGBY (Elizabeth HALBERT91, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1828 in Lewis County, Kentucky.62

General Notes: In 1850, a Matthew BAGBY, 16, born in Kentucky lives in the home of (175 175) John McCALISTER, 25, Farmer, Catherine, 23, Mary F. 8, Nancy E. 4. (1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 1-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 216) This is 9 homes away from Richard and Elizabeth BAGBY whose son, enumerated in the 1840 census might be this Matthew, Catherine MIGHT be his sister, also enumerated, but neither named in the 1840 census.

373. BAGBY (Elizabeth HALBERT91, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1832 in Lewis County, Kentucky.62

374. Melinda BAGBY 63 (Elizabeth HALBERT91, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1836 in Lewis County, Kentucky.62

375. BAGBY (Elizabeth HALBERT91, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1838 in Lewis County, Kentucky.62

General Notes: In 1850, a Matthew BAGBY, 16, born about 1834 in Kentucky, lives in the home of (175 175) John McCALISTER, 25, Farmer, Catherine, 23, Mary F. 8, Nancy E. 4. (1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 1-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 216) This is 9 homes away from Richard and Elizabeth BAGBY whose son, enumerated in the 1840 census might be this Matthew, Catherine MIGHT be his sister, also enumerated, but neither of course named in the 1840 census.

In 1860, Fleet A. BAGBY, 20, lives in the home of Ermina Slater Wilson HALBERT, widow of Isaac Newton HALBERT, in Coryell County, Texas. He may be the "Son, b. abt 1838" of Richard BAGBY and Elizabeth HALBERT so listed separeately in this database.

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Coryell County, Gatesville; Series: M653 Roll: 1292 Page: 275: Ermina HALBERT 40 F W Tavern Keeper 5000 5000 KY; Fleet A. BAGBY 20 M W School teacher --- 1200 VA; Martha A. HALBERT 18 F W KY; Mary C. " 16 F W KY; Chas C. " 14 F W KY; Isaac O. " 11 M W KY; Betty M. HEATH 16 F W --- 500 KY; Sallie G. WILSON 29 F W Music teacher ---- 2000 KY.

376. Lewis BAGBY 63 (Elizabeth HALBERT91, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1844 in Lewis County, Kentucky.63

377. Nathan BILDERBACK 245 (Pamelia HALBERT92, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 14 Mar 1828 in Kentucky247 and died in 1910 at age 82.

General Notes: "NATHAN BILDERBACK was born March 14, 1828 in Lewis County.KY. He was married June 19, 1851 in Lewis County, Kentucky to Nancy A. Crawford. They came to Schuyler County, Illinois, in 1854 and lived in Illinois for about 20 years before they moved on to Missouri. They decided to take part in the Cherokee Strip Run. Their son, Charles Wesley, made the run in 1888 and claimed land near Dover, Oklahoma. So in 1889, Nathan, James Lafayette and Roxana rode to stake claims in Oklahoma. He died in 1910. Children: Roxanna Alice, Charles Wesley, James Lafayette, Tamale* C., John Crawford, Nancy Olive (5327) Roxana Jane, Laura E." [From: Harry Liggett, hliggett@sbcglobal.net Subject: [BILDERBACK] William Bilderback Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007]
*"Tamale C." is only in the censuses as "Catherine." As another has suggested, "Tamale" may have been "Female" and erroneously transcribed as part of her name. RLD

1860 U.S. Census, Illinois, Hancock County, Carthage Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 184 Page: 646: 2768 2676 Nathan BILDERBACK 32 M Farmer 2000 400 KY; Nancy BILDERBACK 31 F KY; Rosina " 6 F KY; Mary " 4 F IL; Charles " 2 M IL; James " 3/12 IL.
Two homes away is Nathan's Aunt Priscilla Watkins HALBERT, widow of Stephen.
2765 2673 Priscilla HOLBERT [sic] F 61 Farming 1400 500 KY; John D. " 26 M Farmer KY; Pamelia " 22 F KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Illinois, Hancock County, Carthage Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 226 Page: 81: 411 426 BILDERBACK Nathan 42 M W Farmer 1100 400 KY; -- Nancy 41 F W Keeping house KY; -- Mary 14 F W IL; -- Charles W. 12 M W IL; [next page, 82] BILDERBACK James L. 10 M W IL; -- Catherine 8 F W IL; -- John C. 6 M W IL; -- Roxanna 3 F W IL; -- Laura E. 10/12 F W IL.
Next door is James Aunt Priscilla HALBERT and her son John.
412 427 HALBERT John 34 M W Farmer KY; -- Priscilla 76 F W With son KY; MAGIN Nancy H. 64 F W With son-in-law KY.

1880 U.S. Census, Missouri, Knox County, Greensburg; Series: T9 Roll: 697 Page: 630: 33 34 BILDERBACK Nathan W M 52 M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Nancy W F 51 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY; -- Charles W M 22 Son S Farming IL KY KY; -- James W M 20 Son S Farming IL KY KY; -- Catherine W F 18 Dau S IL KY KY; -- John W M 16 Son S At home IL KY KY; -- Jane W F 12 Dau S At school IL KY KY; -- Laura W F 10 Dau S At school S At school IL KY KY.

1900 U.S. Census, Oklahoma Territory, Grant County, Wakita Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1337 Page: 277:
163 174 BILDERBACK Nathan Head W M Mar 1828 72 M 49 KY KY KY Farmer;
-- Nancy A. Wife W F May 1829 71 M 49 8 6 KY KY KY;
-- Rox A. J. Dau W F June 1867 32 S IL KY KY Farmer.
Nathan's neighbors are his sons John and James.

Nathan married Nancy A. CRAWFORD 247,721 about 1851. Nancy was born in May 1829 in Kentucky247 and died in 1905 at age 76.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1145 F    i. Rosina Alice BILDERBACK 721 was born on 27 May 1854 in Kentucky.721

+ 1146 F    ii. Mary Olive BILDERBACK 721,722 was born on 13 Apr 1856 in Illinois,247 died on 22 Feb 1922 in Grant County, Oklahoma at age 65, and was buried in Wakita Cemetery.

+ 1147 M    iii. Charles Wesley BILDERBACK 721 was born on 3 Apr 1858 in Illinois721 and died in 1934 in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma at age 76.

+ 1148 M    iv. James Lafayette BILDERBACK 721 was born in Apr 1860 in Illinois.247

+ 1149 F    v. Catherine BILDERBACK 723 was born on 11 Jun 1862 in Hancock County, Illinois.723

+ 1150 M    vi. John Crawford BILDERBACK 723 was born on 25 Apr 1864 in Hancock County, Illinois.247

+ 1151 F    vii. Nancy Olive BILDERBACK was born on 13 Apr 1865 and died before 1 Jun 1870.

+ 1152 F    viii. Roxana Jane BILDERBACK 723,724 was born on 15 Jan 1867 in Hancock County, Illinois247 and died on 20 Oct 1905 at age 38.

+ 1153 F    ix. Laura E. BILDERBACK 723 was born on 12 Aug 1869 in Hancock County, Illinois723 and died on 17 Nov 1883 at age 14.

378. Perlina BILDERBACK (Pamelia HALBERT92, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born in 1826 in Kentucky.

379. William H. BILDERBACK 245 (Pamelia HALBERT92, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1830 in Kentucky.245

380. America BILDERBACK (Pamelia HALBERT92, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1832 in Kentucky.

381. James A. BILDERBACK 245 (Pamelia HALBERT92, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1834 in Kentucky.245

382. Pamelia BILDERBACK 245 (Pamelia HALBERT92, Elizabeth O'DANIEL13, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 20 Jan 1837 in Kentucky.245

383. Richard Nelson DANIEL 250 (Richard John93, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1825 in Virginia.251

General Notes: Married: On the 13th instant, by the Rev. James Keen, at Corner Hall, Loudoun Co, Va., Mr. Robert Palen, to Miss Julia Ann Frances Cross. On the same evening, by the same, Mr. Richard W. [sic] Daniel, to Miss Missouri A. C. Cross. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Tuesday, January 18, 1848, Page 2]

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp Listed, 10 September 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 942 Page: 139: Richard N. DANIEL 24 M W Farmer VA; Missouri A. " 17 F W VA; Edmonia F. " 1 F W VA.
The 1850 Slave Schedule lists seven slaves records for Richard N. Daniel.

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp Listed, 6 Dec 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1343 Page: 955: 926 R. N. [Richard Nelson] DANIEL 35 M W Farmer 3000 1200 VA; Frances DANIEL 12 F W VA; Eliza DANIEL 5 F W VA.
(NOTE: This individual is indexed as "K. N. DANIEL", but entry appears to be "R. N." on the census page. No wife is shown, Missouri apparently having died before 1860. Their daughter Lucy Catherine, born in 1854 is also missing from the household, also presumed to have died before 1860. His next door neighbors are his mother on one side and his brother, John Hooe DANIEL and family on the other.)

Richard DANIEL may have died before 1870 when their daughter, Elizabeth, age 12, is living with Missouri's mother, Catherine CROSS, 64, in Loudoun County, Virginia. Also in the household are James T. SWART, 5, and brothers, Herviy, 3, and Welby, 1. The SWART boys appear to be sons of Elizabeth's sister, Edmonia Frances DANIEL and Charles James SWART. Numerous SWART families are Catherine CROSS' neighbors.

Richard married Missouri Catherine Ann CROSS,251 daughter of Harrison CROSS and Catherine --?--, on 13 Jan 1848 in Loudoun County, Virginia. Missouri was born about 1833 in Virginia251 and died before 1860.

Marriage Notes: Married: On the 13th instant, by the Rev. James Keen, at Corner Hall, Loudoun Co, Va., Mr. Robert Palen, to Miss Julia Ann Frances Cross. On the same evening, by the same, Mr. Richard W. [sic] Daniel, to Miss Missouri A. C. Cross. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Tuesday, January 18, 1848, Page 2]
Newspaper account differs by one day from this record: DANIEL Richard N., Fairfax Co. & Missouri Catherine Ann CROSS, dau of Harrison CROSS. S. S. HODGSON, bm. 12 Jan. 1848. Cam." [Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1757-1853 By Mary Alice Wertz, p. 35]

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1154 F    i. Edmonia Frances DANIEL 250,251 was born about 1848 in Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1155 F    ii. Lucy Catherine DANIEL was born on 16 Feb 1854 in Fairfax County, Virginia and died before 1860.

+ 1156 F    iii. Elizabeth DANIEL 250 was born about 1857 in Fairfax County, Virginia.

384. John Hooe DANIEL 250 (Richard John93, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1827 in Louisa County, Virginia, died on 18 Oct 1906 in Pleasant Valley, Fairfax, Virginia about age 79, and was buried in St. John's Episcopal, Centreville, Virginia.

General Notes: DANIEL, John H. & Catherine E. ROGERS, dau of Edwin ROGERS, who proves groom's age, wit. 13 Jan. 1853. MarReg. m. 18 Jan. [Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1757-1853 By Mary Alice Wertz, p. 35]

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp Listed, 6 Dec 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1343 Page: 955:
927 John H. DANIEL 33 M W Farmer 1200 100 VA
Cath DANIEL 32 F W H Work VA
Richd DANIEL 4 M W VA
Geo W. DANIEL 2 M W VA
W. D. DANIEL 1 M W VA
Next door is his brother, Richard Nelson, listed as: R. N. DANIEL, 35, with children Frances, 12, and Elizabeth, 5. Lucy J. DANIEL, 56, F, W, is two doors away. Lucy JAMES was his grandmother.

Farm for sale. - In execution of a decree of the Circuit Court of Fairax, rendedered at its June term, 1870, in the suit of J. H. Daniel, next friend, &c, vs. A. S. Grigsby and others, the undersigned will offer for sale, at Fairfax C. H., on Monday, September 19th, Court day, the Farm now occupied by John H. Daniel, situated in the county of Fairfax, on the waters of Elk Lick run, containing 195 acres, and adjoining the lands of R. N. Daniel. Thomas Settle and others. This tract was devised by the late Stephen Daniel to the said John H. Daniel; is of good quality, with comfortable improvements... H. W. Thomas, Comm'r. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Tuesday, August 9, 1870, Page 4]

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Any additional information on John Hooe Daniel and family would be appreciated. Compiler, RLD

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???
Pvt John H. Daniel
Birth: unknown
Death: Oct. 16, 1906
Company A - 43rd Virginia Cavalry
Saint Johns Episcopal Church Cemetery
Centreville
Fairfax County
Virginia. Find A Grave Memorial# 139830983

John married Catherine E. ROGERS. Catherine was born about 1828 in Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1157 M    i. Richard DANIEL 250 was born about 1856 in Virginia.

+ 1158 M    ii. George W. DANIEL 250 was born about 1858 in Virginia.

+ 1159 M    iii. W. D. DANIEL 250 was born about 1859 in Virginia.

385. Annie Wise DANIEL 16,248 (Richard John93, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 15 Aug 1840,16 died on 30 Jul 1889 in Fairfax County, Virginia at age 48, and was buried in "Leeton" Cemetery, Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia.

General Notes: Annie "Nancy" Wise DANIEL, born 15 August 1840, is the daughter of Richard John DANIEL and Nancy Lucy HOOE. In 1850, Nancy, age 9, and her mother, Lucy DANIEL, 47, live in the home of Stephen DANIEL, 85, her father-in-law, in Fairfax County, Virginia. It is likely her father died before 1850. He is not named in her father's 1849 LW&T.

The following is from the website: http://members.tripod.com/~Bonestwo/index-20.html - "Annie "Nancy" Wise DANIEL (41.Nancy6, 30.Nancy5, 20.Anne4, 10.Mary3, 3.Elizabeth2, 1.John1) b. 15 Aug 1840, Centreville, Fairfax Co., VA, m. 21 Aug 1855, in Washington, DC, John Daniel DeBELL, b. 16 Aug 1828, "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, (son of William E. DeBELL and Margaret VIOLETT) d. 9 Mar 1910, "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA. Annie died 30 Jul 1889, "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA. Had 13 children per "DeBell Family Reunion" article by Mrs. Mildred DeBell, 1989. Heir of R. J. DANIEL, was the wife of John DeBELL. (Daniel v Daniel CFF 23K [1856]). John: 19 Nov 1850, Fairfax Co., VA, census, Family #1371, hh. of sister Margaret V. Turberville. Gravestone at "Leeton" Cem., Centreville, VA. Family Bible, 1853, (loose pages), "Deaths".

Annie married John Daniel DEBELL,725 son of William E. DEBELL and Margaret VIOLETT, on 21 Aug 1855 in Washington, District of Columbia.725 John was born on 16 Aug 1828 in "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia, died on 9 Mar 1910 in "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia at age 81, and was buried in "Leeton" Cemetery, Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia.

Marriage Notes: This marriage was reported in the "Alexandria Gazette" on 24 Aug 1855. (Source: http://www.co.fairfax.va.us/library/newsindex/listing.asp)

General Notes: "John: 19 Nov 1850, Fairfax Co., VA, census, Family #1371, hh. of sister Margaret V. Turberville. Gravestone at "Leeton" Cem., Centreville, VA.
1371 1371 Margaret TURBERVILLE 32 F 11,940 VA
Harriet L. TURBERVILLE 6 F VA
George L. TURBERVILLE 4 M VA
William H. TURBERVILLE 2 M VA
Ann MILLAN 56 F 2840 VA
Mary D'BELL 24 F VA
Ann D'BELL 18 F VA
John D'BELL 20 M Farmer VA

Family Bible, 1853, (loose pages), "Deaths".
"DeBell Family Reunion: A History of Sunnyside and the Clan of John Daniel DeBell," by Mildred DeBell, in CENTRE VIEW, Jul. 13, 1989. His will written Mar 1910, named children:
Annie V. Gantt,
W.H. DeBell,
Arthur W. DeBell,
Tillie DeBell,
R.S. DeBell (who has been absent for yrs)
John T. DeBell,
R. E. L. DeBell,
Elizabeth Young,
George W. DeBell.
Children:
i Annie Virginia DeBell b. 4 Sep 1856, "Golden Grove, " Fairfax Co., VA, m. 2 Oct 1901, in Herndon, Fairfax Co., VA, Davenport Blackwell Dabney Gantt, b. 1850, Fairfax Co., VA, (son of John Francis Gantt and Anne B.) occupation Farmer, d. 1935, "Golden Grove, " Fairfax Co., VA, buried: Fairfax Cem. #82:38, Fairfax Co., VA. Annie died Jan 1945, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: Fairfax Cem. #82:38, Fairfax Co., VA. Res. at "Golden Grove" until husband's death, then returned to "Sunny Side" where she died at age 93. Had no children, however, I do have a copy of a picture entitled "Joseph Blackwell Gantt, age 18 months" which was taken somewhere around 1856, so they may have had "no surviving" children as I cannot find record of him reaching adulthood. Davenport: Resided & farmed the first DeBell home at "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA. Had no children.
ii Mary Ellen DeBell b. 8 Jul 1858, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, d. 13 Apr 1861, Fairfax Co., VA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA. Died on 13th after a protracted illness of catarrh fever, Mary E. DeBell...age 2 years and 10 months. (Alexandria Gazett, 19 Apr 1861). 54.
iii William Henry DeBell b. 3 Jan 1861.
iv Mary Jackson DeBell b. 1863, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, d. 1863, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA.
v Richard Stephen DeBell b. 6 Dec 1864, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, d. aft 1911, ?Chicago, IL. Went to Alaska to hunt his fortune (during the Gold Rush?). Last heard from in Chicago. Last letter to father was written in 1911 from Chicago and stated that he was in love. He was never heard from again. The family tried to locate him when they settled the estate of his father, but he was unreachable so he did not receive his inheritance. (Conversation with Mildred Keller DeBell in 1998). 55.
vi John Thomas DeBell b. 16 Jan 1867. 56.
vii Elizabeth "Betty" DeBell b. 3 Apr 1869.
viii George Washington DeBell b. 12 Sep 1871, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, occupation Merchant, m. Edith Austin, occupation School teacher. George died 1941, San Francisco, CA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA. He departed for San Francisco and worked in the merchantile business. No issue. 57.
ix Arthur Wise DeBell, M.D. b. 10 Jan 1874.
x Son DeBell b. 7 Apr 1876, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, d. 6 Sep 1876, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA.
xi Lilly May DeBell b. 27 Apr 1878, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, d. 15 Aug 1893, "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA. Lilly died of typhoid fever after drinking water from a well too near a barn.
xii Robert E. Lee DeBell b. 27 Mar 1882, "Golden Grove", Fairfax Co., VA, d. 29 May 1915, "Sunny Side",Centreville, Fairfax Co.,VA, buried: "Leeton" Cem., Chantilly, Fairfax Co, VA. Robert had tuberculosis and died in his 30s after spending his later years living in a tent under the old maple trees that lined the house at Sunny Side. 58.
xiii Tilly Louise DeBell b. 19 Oct 1886."
1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Centreville Twp 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1645 Page: 239:53 53 DeBELL Jn D. 39 M W Machant (Ret) (sic) 3000 2000 VA; -- Anna W. 29 F W Keeping house VA; -- Anna V. 13 F W At home VA; -- W. H. 9 M W VA; -- Richard 5 M W VA; -- John T. 3 M W VA; -- -------- 1 F W VA; TOWNSEND Robt 27 M W Clerk in store VA; HOOE Mary D. 60 F W Without Occupation VA.

1880 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Centreville; Series: T9 Roll: 1364 Page: 242B:
208 211 DeBELL Jno. D. W M 49 M Drty goods merchant VA VA VA
-- A. W. W F 39 Wife M Keeping house VA VA VA
-- A. V. W F 23 Dau S No occupation VA VA VA
-- Wm. H. W M 19 Son S At school VA VA VA
-- S. R. W M 15 Son S At School VA VA VA
-- Jno. T. W M 13 Son At school VA VA VA
-- Elizabeth W F 11 Dau S At school VA VA VA
-- Geo, W. W M 8 Son S VA VA VA
-- Arthur W. W M 6 Son S VA VA VA
-- Lillie W F 2 Dau S VA VA VA
HOOE M. D. W F 73 Aunt Wd VA VA VA

1900 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Centreville District; Series: T623 Roll: 1707 Page: 22: 413 413 DeBELL John D Head W M Aug 1830 69 Wd VA VA VA Farmer
-- Annie V. Dau W F Sep 1856 43 S VA VA VA
-- Arthur W. Son W M Jan 1874 26 S VA VA VA
-- Robert E. L. Son W M Mar 1882 18 S VA VA VA
--Tillie L. Dau W F Oct 1886 13 S VA VA VA.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1160 F    i. Annie Virginia DEBELL 725 was born on 4 Sep 1856 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia, died in Jan 1945 in "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia at age 88, and was buried in Fairfax City Cemetery.

+ 1161 F    ii. Mary Ellen DEBELL was born on 8 Jul 1858 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia, died on 13 Apr 1861 in Fairfax County, Virginia at age 2, and was buried in "Leeton" Cemetery, Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1162 M    iii. William Henry DEBELL 725 was born on 3 Jan 1861 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1163 F    iv. Mary Jackson DEBELL 248 was born in 1863 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia and died in 1863 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1164 M    v. Richard Stephen DEBELL 725 was born on 6 Dec 1864 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia and died after 1911.

+ 1165 M    vi. John Thomas DEBELL 725 was born on 16 Jan 1867 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia and died circa 1945 about age 78.

+ 1166 F    vii. Elizabeth DEBELL 248 was born on 3 Apr 1869 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia, died on 28 Feb 1943 in Fairfax County, Virginia at age 73, and was buried in Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1167 M    viii. George Washington DEBELL 248,726 was born on 12 Sep 1871 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1168 M    ix. Lt. Arthur Wise DEBELL, M.D., USA 727 was born on 10 Jan 1874 in Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 22 May 1958 in Kanawha County, West Virginia at age 84.

+ 1169 M    x. John DEBELL 248 was born on 7 Apr 1876 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 6 Sep 1876 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1170 F    xi. Lilly Mae DEBELL 248 was born on 27 Apr 1878 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia, died on 15 Aug 1893 in "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia at age 15, and was buried in "Leeton" Cemetery, Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia.

+ 1171 M    xii. Robert E. Lee DEBELL 248,728 was born on 27 Mar 1882 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 29 May 1915 in "Sunny Side", Centreville, Fairfax Co., Virginia at age 33.

+ 1172 F    xiii. Tillie Louise DEBELL 727,728 was born on 19 Oct 1886 in "Golden Grove", Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 16 Aug 1978 in Pennsylvania at age 91.

386. Eugenia DANIEL (Richard John93, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1842.

387. Stephen Daniel FOOTE 16,68 (Julia Ann DANIEL94, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 6 Jun 1826 in Virginia16 and died on 21 Jul 1871 in Colorado County, Texas254 at age 45.

General Notes: Stephen Daniel FOOTE, born about 1827, was a son of Julia Ann DANIEL and Alexander FOOTE of Fairfax County, Virginia. Stephen married Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU abt 1846.

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, 7 September 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 942 Page: 137: 449 449 Stephen D. FOOTE 23 M W Farmer VA; Elizabeth H. 22 F W VA; Julia A. 2 F W VA; (Next page, 138) Martha E. FOOTE 2/12 F W VA.

Stephen and family migrated from Virginia to Texas between 1858 and 1860 according to the birth places of his two youngest children. A son, S. D. born in 1957 in Fairfax County, Virginia is not with his parents in 1860 and is presumed to have died.
1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Colorado County, Oakland P O, 23 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1291 Page: 132: 196 183 FOOTE S D 34 M W Farmer 6000 6000 VA; -- E. H. 32 F W VA; -- Julia 12 F W VA; -- Martha J 10 F W VA; -- Henry S. 8 M W VA; -- Sallie [sic, Lillie] D 6 F W VA; -- James R. 2 M W VA; -- Betty 3/12 F W TX.

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Brazos County, Bryan P O, 13 Oct 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1577 Page: 111: FOOTE Stephen 44 M W Merchant Grocer VA; -- Eliza 41 F W K house VA; -- Martha 20 F W At home VA; -- Henry 17 M W Clk in Grocery VA; -- Lillie 15 F W VA; -- Roberdan 12 M W VA; -- Bettie 10 F W TX; -- Cora 8 F W TX; -- Albert 6 M W TX; -- Alex 4/12 M W TX.

Stephen Daniel Foote was born aout 1828 in Virginia and died July 21, 1871 in Columbus, Texas. He married Elizabeth Hill Roberdeau, born August 25, 1828. After Stephen's death Elizabeth moved to Whaton County, Texas, and later to Quinan, Texas. Their children were William Stephen, Martha Jennings, Henry Stephen, Lillie Dale, Elizabeth Hill, James Roberdeau, Bettie Jean, Cora Hill. Albert Harrison, Alexander, Edward Randall, and Steph Alexander Foote. [Navidad Country -, Volume 2, Iris Rose Guertin, p. 234]

Stephen FOOTE is missing from the 1880 census and presumed dead. His wife is head of household in Wharton County, Texas.

Stephen married Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU,16,68,729 daughter of James Milligan ROBERDEAU and Martha Lane TRIPLETT, on 29 Jul 1845 in Fairfax County, Virginia. Elizabeth was born on 25 Aug 1828 in Fairfax County, Virginia,16 died on 22 Oct 1913 in Bay City, Texas at age 85, and was buried in Wharton County, Texas.

General Notes: Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU married Stephen Daniel FOOTE. She was called "Bettie."

SPECULATION: Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU's parents are James M. ROBERDEAU and Martha Lane TRIPLETT of Fairfax County, Virginia. He and his first wife, Mildred DENNY are buried in the Roberdeau Family Cemetery, 13910 Braddock Rd., Centreville, Fairfax County, Virginia, located on the former site of "Royal Oaks," built c. 1770-1790 by NEWTON KEENE, SR. The unmarked graves of JAMES M. ROBERDEAU (1785-1832), his wife MILDRED DENNY ROBERDEAU, and three unidentified persons have been located about 30' northwest of the old foundation. Martha Triplett ROBERDEAU is buried in the Fairfax County Courthouse Cemetery. (http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/branches/vr/cem/cem293.htm)

1830 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 201 Page: 257: ROBERDEAU James M. 1M 40-50; 2F under 5, 3F 5-10, 1F 20-30. This confirms two daughters under 5, Martha A. was born about 1826 and a place for Elizaberth Hill about 1828.

James Daniel ROBERDEAU, son of James and Martha, born about 1830 in Fairfax County, Virginia, is in Colorado County, Texas in 1860. Elizabeth Hill ROBERDEAU, born about 1828 in Fairfax County, Virginia and her husband, Stephen Daniel FOOTE are also in Colorado County, Texas in 1860, having migrated from Fairfax County, Virginia about 1858. Three of James and Martha's children migrated from Fairfax County, Virginia. Elizabeth would be one of those three, although her name is not among those found as James and Martha's children; however a complete listing of the four surviving children has not been located. Records and writings combined, only three of the four mentioned have been identified: Harriet ROBERDEAU, born about 1823; Martha A. ROBERDEAU, born about 1826; and James Daniel ROBERDEAU born about 1830, again, leaving room for Elizabeth, born about 1828.

Elizabeth H., 32, born in Virginia, is listed as the wife of S. D. FOOTE in the 1860 census of Colorado County, Texas. In 1870 the family is in Brazos County, Texas and she is shown as Eliza, 41, wife of Stephen FOOTE. She has had nine children, eight of whom are at home. Julia, the eldest, is no longer with them and likely married.

Stephen died in 1871. "Bettie H." and children reside in Wharton County, Texas in 1880.
1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Wharton County; Pct 1; Series: T9 Roll: 1332 Page: 390: Bettie H. FOOTE F W 50 Wd Keeping House VA VA VA; Mattie FOOTE Dau S F W 26 At Home VA VA VA; Lillie FOOTE Dau S F W 24 At Home VA VA VA; Robodore [sic, Roberdeau] FOOTE Son S M W 22 Clerk In Store VA VA VA; Bettie FOOTE Dau S F W 19 At Home TX VA VA; Cora FOOTE Dau S F W 17 At Home TX VA VA; Albert FOOTE Son S M W 16 Laborer TX VA VA; Steven FOOTE Son S M W 10 At Home TX VA VA.

In 1900, Bettie H. FOOTE is listed as Mother-in-law, living with her daughter Cora, 35, and her husband, Henry NEWMAN, and their six children in Weatherford, Texas. [Series: T623 Roll: 1664 Page: 43]

Elizabeth is buried in Wharton City Cemetery, Wharton, Wharton County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 81353150:

ELIZABETH HILL
Wife of
STEPHEN D.
FOOTE
Aug, 25, 1828
Oct. 27, 1913


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1173 M    i. William Stephen FOOTE was born on 6 Jun 1846 in Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 24 Jul 1847 at age 1.

+ 1174 F    ii. Julia Ann FOOTE 729 was born on 30 Dec 1847 in Fairfax County, Virginia,16 died on 26 Feb 1928 in Ardmore, Oklahoma at age 80, and was buried in Hillsboro City Cemetery, Hill County, Texas.

+ 1175 F    iii. Martha Jennings FOOTE 729,730 was born on 19 May 1850 in Fairfax County, Virginia.16

+ 1176 M    iv. Henry Stephens FOOTE 729 was born on 9 Mar 1852 in Virginia.

+ 1177 F    v. Lillie Dale FOOTE 729 was born on 4 Mar 1854 in Fairfax County, Virginia and died in 1890 at age 36.

+ 1178 F    vi. Elizabeth Hill FOOTE was born on 20 Dec 1855 in Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 17 Dec 1857 in Fairfax County, Virginia at age 1.

+ 1179 M    vii. S. D. FOOTE was born on 3 Jul 1857 in Fairfax County, Virginia, was christened on 5 Jul 1857 in Fairfax County, Virginia, and died before 1860.

+ 1180 M    viii. James Roberdeau FOOTE 254,729 was born on 5 Jan 1858 in Fairfax County, Virginia and died on 9 May 1889 in Wharton, Texas at age 31.

+ 1181 F    ix. Betty Jean FOOTE 729,731 was born on 1 Mar 1860 in Colorado County, Texas, died on 29 Dec 1926 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas at age 66, and was buried in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

+ 1182 F    x. Cora Hill FOOTE 732 was born on 10 Dec 1861 in Texas and died on 4 Jan 1934 at age 72.

+ 1183 M    xi. Albert Harrison FOOTE 732 was born on 5 Mar 1864 in Colorado County, Texas, died on 23 Feb 1899 at age 34, and was buried in Wharton City Cemetery, Wharton County, Texas.

+ 1184 M    xii. Alexander FOOTE was born on 8 Dec 1865 and died on 20 Jun 1866.

+ 1185 M    xiii. Edward Randall FOOTE was born on 9 Oct 1867 and died on 23 Oct 1867.

+ 1186 M    xiv. Dr. Stephen Alexander FOOTE, Sr. 254 was born on 12 Apr 1870 in Brazos County, Texas, died on 7 Jan 1931 in Harris County, Texas at age 60, and was buried on 8 Jan 1931 in Wharton, Texas.

388. Alexander FOOTE 255 (Julia Ann DANIEL94, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born circa 1828 and died circa 1829255 about age 1.

389. Mary Elizabeth Augusta DANIEL 70 (William Stephen95, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 4 Feb 1837 in Virginia,257 died on 3 Sep 1874 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 37, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.258

General Notes: Mary Elizabeth Augusta DANIEL died in 1874, six months after her son William Daniel HURST was born.

Mary Daniel Hurst is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24357093:

IN MEMORY
of
MARY DANIEL
Wife of
JOHN W. HURST
And daughter of
WM. S. & C. G. DANIEL
Born Feb. 4th 1837
Died Sep. 3rd 1874


Parents:
Catherine G. Hurst Daniel (1802 - 1871)
Spouse:
John W. Hurst (1834 - 1919)
Children:
Fannie May Hurst (1855 - 1939)*
William Daniel Hurst (1857 - 1871)*
Mary Theodosia Hurst (1859 - 1937)*
Alfred Byrne Hurst (1867 - 1935)*

Mary married John William HURST,70,270 son of William HURST 70 and Mary SHIRLEY,70,265 on 6 Nov 1854 in Jefferson County, Virginia.256 John was born on 28 Jun 1834 in Virginia,257 died on 24 Apr 1919 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 84, and was buried on 26 Apr 1919 in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.258

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town P O, as of 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 925: 520 501 John W. HURST 26 M W Farmer 3500 3300 VA; Mary E. A. " 23 F W VA; Fannie M. " 5 F W VA; William " 3 M W VA; Florence Vane " 1 F W VA (Who is Florence? RLD).

1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Grant Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 536: 280 288 HURST John W. 36 M W Farmer 10,000 1,000 WV; -- Mary D 33 F W Keeping house VA; -- Fannie M. 15 F W WV; -- William D. 13 M W WV; -- Mary T. 10 F W WV; -- Kate B. 7 F W WV; -- Alfred B 3 M W WV; -- Virginia[*] 1 F W WV; GARROTT Bettie 24 F W Governess VA; (Farm labor); HICKLE William 21 M W Farm laborer VA. [*Eugenia, misnamed by the enumerator? RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town; Series: T9 Roll:1405 Page:81: John W. HURST Self W Male W 46 WV Farmer WV WV; Fanny M. HURST Dau S Female W 24 WV Keeping house WV WV; Minnie HURST Dau S Female W 20 WV Assistant WV WV; Alfred B. HURST Son S Male W 13 WV At Home WV WV; James B. HURST Son S Male W 9 WV At School WV WV; William D. HURST Son S Male W 6 WV WV WV. (Family History Library Film 1255405 NA Film Number T9-1405 Page Number 81D. Verified. RLD)

1900 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Middleway District, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1761 Page: 129: 87 88 HURST John Head W M May 1832 68 Wd WV WV WV; HURST Miss Flossie Dau W F April 1855 45 S WV WV WV; HURST A. B. Son W M April 1868 32 S WV WV WV Farmer; HURST J. B. Son W M Mar 1873 27 S WV WV WV

Death notice: On April 24, 1919, at his home near Charles Town, W. Va., John W. Hurst, inthe 85th year of his age. Funeral at 3 P.M. Saturday. Interment at Charles Town, W. Va. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Saturday, April 26, 1919, Page 11]

John William is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 6046053:

IN MEMORY
of
JOHN W. HURST
Born
June 28, 1834
Died
April 24, 1919.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1187 F    i. Frances Mae HURST 257,258 was born on 24 Apr 1855 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died on 19 Feb 1939 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 83, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1188 M    ii. William Daniel HURST 257,258 was born on 1 Jan 1857 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died on 11 Jul 1871 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 14, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1189 F    iii. Mary Theodosia HURST 258,733 was born on 25 Sep 1859 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died on 28 Dec 1937 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 78, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1190 F    iv. Julia Foote HURST was born circa 1861 in Jefferson County, Virginia and died before 1870 in Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1191 F    v. Catherine Barbour HURST 734 was born on 7 Nov 1862 in Jefferson County, Virginia.735

+ 1192 M    vi. Alfred Byrne HURST 734 was born on 27 Apr 1867 in Jefferson County, West Virginia,736 died on 6 Apr 1935 at age 67, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1193 F    vii. Eugenia Cary HURST 733,734 was born on 5 Mar 1869 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, died on 11 Feb 1910 in Chouteau County, Montana at age 40, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Chouteau County, Montana.

+ 1194 F    viii. Anna Bolling HURST was born about 1871 in Jefferson County, West Virginia and died before 1880.

+ 1195 M    ix. James Beall HURST 737 was born on 4 Mar 1872 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, died on 6 Mar 1945 in Chouteau County, Montana at age 73, and was buried on 9 Mar 1945 in Riverside Cemetery, Chouteau County, Montana.

+ 1196 M    x. William Daniel HURST 737 was born on 17 Mar 1874 in Jefferson County, West Virginia.

390. Anne Catherine DANIEL 70 (William Stephen95, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1839 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died on 24 Dec 1893 in Baltimore County, Maryland about age 54, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Other names for Anne were Kate D. BARBOUR and Kate D. MOORE.

General Notes: Anne Catherine DANIEL, daughter of William Stephen DANIEL and Catherine G. HURST, married Alfred M. BARBOUR. She is named as "Kate D 20" and is living with Alfred M. 28 in the 1860 census at Harper's Ferry, Jefferson County, Virginia. No children are shown.

Alfred served the Confeeracy in the War Between The States. He died 4 April 1866.

In the 1870 census of Jefferson County, West Virginia, his widow, Kate D. BARBOUR, no children listed, is living with Catherine G. DANIEL, her 68 year old widowed mother.

1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Averill Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 424: 2 2 DANIEL(S?), Catherine G. 68 F W Keeping House 30000 2000 WV; BARBOUR Kate D. 29 F W WV; HUNTER Maria(?) F B Domestic Servant WV (and her 6 children). West Virginia became a state in 1863. Both Catherine G, and her daughter Kate D. were born in Virginia.

Kate married second Robert Moore in 1877.

1880 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore, District 9; Series: T9 Roll: 496 Page: 334:
153 162 MOORE Rob W M 60 M Dry goods Merch Ireland Ireland Ireland
-- Kate D. W F 36 Wife M Keeping house VA VA VA
-- Charles WM 29 Son S Merchant MD Ireland Ireland
-- William W M 27 Son S Lawyer MD Ireland Ireland
HERST [sic, HURST] Cary W F 11 Niece S At school VA [written over Maryland] VA VA
[two servants and two farm hands]

Obituary: Mrs. Kate D. Moore, widow of Mr. Robert Moore, died last night at "The Garrison," near Pikesville, the residence of her step-son, Mr. Charles J. Moore. Mrs. Moore was the daughter of the late William S. Daniel, of Jefferson county, W. Va. Rheumatism was the cause of her death. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, December 25, 1893, Page 8]

Kate is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24356911:

KATE DANIEL BARBOUR
DAUGHTER OF
WM S. & CATHERINE G. DANIEL
WIFE OF
ROBERT MOORE
ENTERED INTO REST
CHRISTMAS EVE, 1893

Anne married Major Alfred M. BARBOUR, CSA 738 on 4 Jan 1858 in Jefferson County, Virginia.256 Alfred was born on 17 Apr 1829 in Virginia, died on 4 Apr 1866 in Virginia at age 36, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Culpeper County, Virginia.

General Notes: BARBOUR, Alfred M. (1829-1865) - of Jefferson County, Va. (now W.Va.). Born in 1829. Delegate to Virginia secession convention, 1861. Died in 1865[*]. Burial location unknown. (www.politicalgraveyard.com.)
[*Newspaper obituary notices indicate Alfred died in April 1866, RLD]

In October 1859, Alfred M. BARBOUR, the newly appointed superintendent of Harpers Ferry Armory, traveled to New England, partly to "consult with the Ames Manufacturing Company about building a mill for rolling gun barrels at Harpers Ferry."
On the evening of October 16, 1859, John Brown and twenty- one other men launched an attack on the Federal Arsenal at Harpers Ferry,1 the beginning of a long-range plan to destroy the slave system in the South. They were successful in capturing the Arsenal, but soon lost their superior position, due partly to circumstances which delayed the raiding party from leaving the Arsenal and retreating into the mountains above Harpers Ferry. The next day the group was surrounded by the Virginia militia, and on Tuesday morning U. S. Marines, under the command of Colonel Robert E. Lee, battered down the doors of the engine house in the Armory yard and captured John Brown and his surviving comrades. In the course of the raid ten of Brown's men were killed; seven, including Brown himself, were captured and later hanged, and five escaped.
Support for John Brown grew while he was in jail. Brown received letters from all over the country, offering encouragement, sending money, and praising the old man for his courage. Among those sourced in the Executive Papers of Governor Henry A. Wise of Virginia was that of Alfred M. BARBOUR, Harpers Ferry, telegram to Wise, October 26, 1859.

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Harper's Ferry; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 851: 1556 1564 Alfred M. BARBOUR 28 M W Superintendant, U.S. Armory 5000 10000 VA; Kate D. BARBOUR 20 F W VA; James O'BRIEN 30 M W Public Gardner Ireland.

On January 2, 1861, Supt. A. M. BARBOUR had informed the United States ordnance bureau that he apprehended an assault on the armory, and that he had organized the armorers into volunteer companies for its protection. The next day, Maj. H. J. Hunt, of the Second artillery, was assigned to command at Harper's Ferry and Lieut. R. Jones was ordered to report to him for duty with 60 picked men of the mounted rifles from Carlisle barracks. Hunt was instructed by Adjutant-General Cooper to dispose his force to protect the armory, but to make no display of it that would cause irritation. He arrived and took command on the 5th. On the 2d of April, Lieutenant Jones succeeded Hunt in command. His force on the I8th of April was but 45 men. Just before that date he sent a message to Secretary of War Cameron, asking for a large reinforcement if it was the intention to save the contents of the armory. To this he had no reply and was left to act on his own judgment. On Thursday morning, April 18th, Col. A. M. BARBOUR, who had resigned the superintendency of the armory a short time before and was now a member of the Virginia convention from Jefferson county, arrived at Harper's Ferry and thoughtlessly stated in public that the convention had passed an ordinance of secession; that the governor had called out the volunteers to repulse any effort to reinforce the command at Harper's Ferry, and that Virginia intended to take possession of the armory and arsenal. ("The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley" provided by A Heritage Enterprise-Your History Connection (http://www.angelfire.com/wv/wasec2) The First Shenandoah Valley Campaign April to July, 1861 Confederate Military History, (Volume 3, Chapter VI))
"The movement to capture Harper's Ferry, Virginia, and the fire-arms manufactured and stored there was organized at the Exchange Hotel in Richmond on the night of April 16th, 1861. Ex-Governor Henry A. Wise was at the head of this purely impromptu affair. The Virginia Secession Convention, then sitting, was by a large majority "Union" in its sentiment till Sumter was fired on and captured, and Mr. Lincoln called for seventy-five thousand men to enforce the laws in certain Southern States. Virginia was then, as it were, forced to "take sides," and she did not hesitate...Late on April 15th I received a telegram from "Nat" Tyler, the editor of the "Richmond Enquirer," summoning me to Richmond, where I arrived the next day. Before reaching the Exchange Hotel I met ex-Governor Wise on the street. He asked me to find as many officers of the armed and equipped volunteers of the inland towns and counties as I could, and request them to be at the hotel by 7 in the evening to confer about a military movement which he deemed important. Not many such officers were in town, but I found Captains Turner Ashby and Richard Ashby of Fauquier county, Oliver R. Funsten of Clarke county, all commanders of volunteer companies of cavalry; also Captain John A. Harman of Staunton -- my home -- and Alfred M. BARBOUR, the latter ex-civil superintendent of the Government works at Harper's Ferry. These persons, with myself, promptly joined ex-Governor Wise, and a plan [begin page 112] for the capture of Harper's Ferry was at once discussed and settled upon. The movement, it was agreed, should commence the next day, the 17th, as soon as the convention voted to secede, -- provided we could get railway transportation and the concurrence of Governor Letcher. (John D. Imboden, "Jackson at Harper's Ferry in 1861," Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Volume I, pages 111-125.
Office of Chief Quartermaster Potomac Department CSA
March 1st 1862 Captain, You have been this day placed on duty at Manassas in charge of Rail Road transportation of this department. You are expected to require and command all the Engines & Cars necessary to carry the persons & stores of this department when needed. You will confer at once with the various Rail Roads & bring here all the cars to be had. You will have conveyed at once and without any sort of delay, from this place, all Q. Master, Hospital, Ordnance stores and Commissary supplies, in the order named. You will then send off all the extra baggage of the army. One passenger train of every morning going towards Gordonsville, will be retained for sick & wounded soldiers, with the exception of one car for ladies, will be retained, until the train reaches the Moore Hospital. In case no ladies go on board the cars before they reach Moores Hospital, the reserved car will then be filled with sick. You will please have full and free interviews with Maj Cole, Cdg Conig, and find out his wants. Do not fail to send daily carloads or grain & supplies to Centerville & Union Mills. Keep the Road to Centerville in good condition. Report to me daily, what you have sent off, and to what places. I will see you daily and give further directions. Alfred M. Barbour Major & Chief Q. Master (http://www.csa-railroads.com/Essays/Orignial%20Docs/NA,%20MG%203-1-62.htm)

Obituary: We regret to announce the death of Major Alfred M. Barbour, formerly of Culpepper, but for several years before the war a resident of Jefferson County, Virginia, and Superintendent of the Armory at Harper's Ferry. Major Barbour served several terms in the Virginia Legistature, and during the late war was Chief Quartermaster of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's army. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Saturday, April 7, 1866, Page 3]

Birth: Apr. 17, 1829
Death: Apr. 4, 1866

Superintendant of the Harper's Ferry Armory during John Brown's Raid. Confederate officer. Born in Culpeper County, VA. Attended University of Virginia and Harvard Law School. Prewar legislator. Superintendant at Harper's Ferry 1858-1861. Confederate quartermaster. Aide to General J.E. Johnston, later to Polk. Also served in Montgomery AL and Meridian MS as quartermaster. Disliked by Jubal Early, who termed him "not energetic or efficent."

Alfred Madison Barbour was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia. A picture of his family tombstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 8684923. The memorial lists his birth on 17 April 1829 and his death on 4 April 1866.

Four months after Alfred's death:
PARDONS BY THE PRESIDENT. - The Secretery of the Commonwealth has recently received pardons for the following named pers... Barbour, Alfred M., Culpepper...
[The Richmond Whig, Richmond, Virgrinia, Tuesday, August 7, 1866, Page: 3]

In the 1870 U.S. Census, Kate D. BARBOUR, Alfred's widow, resides with Catherine G. DANIEL, her 68 year old widowed mother. No children are in the household.

Anne next married Robert MOORE in 1877 in Maryland. Robert was born on 18 May 1818 in County Down, Ireland, died on 19 Apr 1891 in Maryland at age 72, and was buried on 21 Apr 1891 in Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore City, Maryland.

General Notes: This husband is known from the Tombstone inscription of "Kate Daniel Barbour MOORE, d., 24 Dec., 1893, wife of Robert, dau of Wm. S. & Catherine C. DANIEL. ("C." should be "G.". RLD)

Obituary: Mr, Robert Moore, the well known cloth merchant of the firm Robert Moore & Co., died yesterday morning about 6 o'clock at his residence, "Glenmore," on the old Harford road... Mr, Moore was born in Downpatrick, county Down, Ireland, May 18, 1818... Mr. Moore was twice married. His first wife was Miss Annie McEldowney, whom he married in 1844. She died in 1873. In 1877 he married Kate D. Barbour, of Virginia. She survives him... He left no children by the second marriage... His funeral will take place Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, from his late residence, "Glenmore." The interment will be at Greenmount. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, April 20, 1891, Supplement Page 4]

Find A Grave Memorial# 117283813 lists Robert's burial in Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland.

391. Frances Eugenia DANIEL 70,259 (William Stephen95, Stephen14, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 19 Dec 1840 in Virginia,260 died on 27 Sep 1909 in Maryland260 at age 68, and was buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland.

General Notes: "Mrs. Alfred BARBOUR (Ann Catherine DANIEL), wife of General JOHNSTON's chief quartermaster, with her sister, Miss Frances DANIEL, later, wife of my cousin John Brune CARY, of Baltimore, were among the blooming young beauties of the day."

Frances Eugenia "Fannie" Daniel Cary is buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83908098:

FRANCES DANIEL CARY
WIFE OF JOHN BRUNE CARY
DAUGHTER OF W. S. AND C. G. DANIEL
OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA
DECEMBER 19, 1840
SEPTEMBER 27, 1909

Frances married John Brune CARY, CSA, son of Colonel Wilson Miles CARY 740 and Jane Margaret CARR,741 on 7 Nov 1867 in Jefferson County, Virginia.256 John was born in Apr 1840 in Maryland260 and died in 1917 at age 77.

General Notes: John B. Cary's Civil War records from the National Archives show that he served in the First Maryland Cavalry, C.S.A., from 1864-1865. He was arrested by Union troops in May 1865 and paroled to Baltimore a few months later. (Elizabeth Claire Lawrence, eclawrence@ucdavis.edu), 8/30/2006)

John married Frances Eugenia DANIEL, daughter of William Stephen DANIEL and Catherine G. HURST, on 7 November 1867.

1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Henrico County, Madison-Wd Richmond, as of 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1654 Page: 85: 931 1173 CARY, John B. 27 M W Commission Merch -- 500 MD; -- Fanny 24 W F Keeping house VA; -- Jenny 7/12 F W At home VA.

1900 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, 13-Wd Baltimore; Series: T623 Roll: 613 Page: 186; E. Bibble Street 208 230 259 CARY, John B. Head W M Apr 1840 60 M 33 MD VA VA; -- Fannie D. Wife W F ??? 1845 55 M 33 7 6 VA VA VA; -- Ellen B. Dau W F Dec 1877 22 S MD MD VA; (next page) CARY Wilson M. Son W M Dec 1879 20 S MD MD MD; -- Frances D. W F Dau Jan 1884 16 S MD MD MD.

1910 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore County, Dist. 9; Series: T624 Roll: 551 Page: 147: 331 336 CARY J. B. Head M W 70 Wd MD VA VA Treasurer Distilling Co.; -- F. D. Dau F W 25 S MD MD VA; WHITE C. R. Dau [sic, Son-in-law, Charles Ridgley] F [sic, M] 31 Wd - 2 2 MD MD VA; -- J. McK. GrSon M W 9 S MD MD MD; -- E. T. GrDau F W 7 S MD MD MD; three servants.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1197 F    i. Jane Margaret CARY 742,743 was born about Nov 1869 in Henrico County, Virginia743 and died in 1870 about age 1.

+ 1198 F    ii. Hetty CARY was born on 6 Aug 1871 in Richmond, Virginia,744 died on 23 Jun 1943 in Virginia at age 71, and was buried in Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria City, Virginia.

+ 1199 F    iii. Katherine Daniel CARY 745 was born on 17 Jan 1874 in West Virginia746 and died on 22 Aug 1964 at age 90.

+ 1200 F    iv. Ellen Buchanan CARY 260,743 was born in Dec 1877 in Maryland.260

+ 1201 F    v. Jane Margaret CARY 745 was born in 1878745 and died on 9 Mar 1903745 at age 25.

+ 1202 M    vi. Wilson Miles CARY 743 was born on 24 Dec 1879 in Maryland,260 died on 6 Oct 1943 at age 63, and was buried in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland.

+ 1203 F    vii. Frances Daniel CARY 743 was born on 20 Jan 1884 in Baltimore, Maryland.260

392. Thomas N. G. HURST 261 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 23 Jun 1826 in Virginia,262 died on 1 Aug 1861 in Orange County, Virginia at age 35, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

General Notes: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: VA COUNTY: Jefferson DIVISION: 28th District REEL NO: M432-95 PAGE NO: 3343
751 760 Hurst Thomas G. 24 M WFarmer 5,500 VA
751 760 Hurst Georgana N. 19 F W VA.

Born 23 July 1826, Virginia, USA, died 1August 1861, Orange County, Virginia, USA. "Mortally wounded in the abdomin at the first Manassas July 21, 1861, Died in the hospital at Orange Court House." [Find A Grave Memorial# 24356791

Thomas married Georgana N. --?-- 262 after 1 Jun 1860. Georgana was born about 1830 in Virginia.

393. Annie E. HURST 70 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 23 Apr 1828 in Virginia and died on 6 Aug 1892 at age 64.

General Notes: "JONES, Flora, petition, [1852]. 1 p. Mss2J7155a1. This petition, written circa December 1852 for presentation to the Virginia General Assembly, then in session, concerns Jones's emancipation by the will of John James Henry GUNNELL of Jefferson County (now W.Va.), and announces her willingness to accept, with her child, voluntary enslavement to Mrs. Annie E. WAGER, a niece of GUNNELL." (http://www.vahistorical.org/aamcvhs/guide_ij.htm)

Born Apr. 23, 1828, died Aug. 6, 1892. "Married Edward Lee Wager on July 7, 1851 in Jefferson County, Virginia now WV." Burial: Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 34664441.

Annie married Dr. Edward Lee WAGER, CSA 264 before 1852. Edward was born on 9 Mar 1826 in Virginia,264 died on 23 Jul 1902 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 76, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Grant Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 534: 262 269 WAGER Edward L. 40 M W Farmer --- 1000 WV; -- Annie 38 F W Keeping house WV; HURST Catherine 65 F W 95,000 4,000 WV; -- Helen 32 F W WV; -- James G. 17 M W Farm laborer WV; THOMPSON Virginia 37 F W WV; -- Jack 16 M W At home WV; -- Mollie 14 F W WV. (Note: West Virginia, previously part of Virginia, did not become a state until 1862.)

1880 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, West-end Charlestown District, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 1405 Page: 84: 69 72 WAGER Edward L. W M 50 M Farmer WV WV VA; -- Annie E. W F 50 Wife M Keeping house ___; -- Annie L. W F 19 Niece S At home VA __; WALKER Mary W F 10 Ward S At school VA __; (five household servants).

A picture of Edward's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 34664313.

394. Mary Virginia HURST 70,264 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1833 in Virginia.263

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Grant Twp, Charlestown P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 534: 262 269 WAGER Edward L. 40 M W Farmer --- 1000 WV; -- Annie 38 F W Keeping house WV; HURST Catherine 65 F W 95.000 4,000 WV; --Helen 32 F W WV; -- James G. 17 M W Farm laborer WV; THOMPSON Virginia 37 F W WV; -- Jack 16 M W WV; -- Mollie 14 F W WV. (West Virginia was not a state until 1862, previously part of Virginia.)

1880 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, West-end Charlestown District, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 1405 Page: 83: 51 55 THOMPSON Virginia W F 50 Wd Farmer WV WV VA; -- Mollie W F 22 Dau S Keeping house WV WV WV; (additional laborers and families given).

Mary married THOMPSON 263 before 1853. THOMPSON died before 1 Jun 1860.

General Notes: Mary V. HURST married THOMPSON before 1852. The 1860 census lists Mary V. THOMPSON and two children living in the home of her father. She has a $200 personal estate and is likely widowed. THOMPSON is presumed died before 1 June 1860.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1204 M    i. John THOMPSON 263 was born about 1852 in Virginia.263

+ 1205 F    ii. Mary THOMPSON 263 was born about 1856 in Virginia.263

395. Catherine HURST 70 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1836 in Virginia.

General Notes: Called "Kate".

396. John H. HURST 70,263 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1838 in Virginia.263

397. Helen A. HURST 70 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born about 1839 in Virginia.263

General Notes: lives in the In 1870, Hellen HURST, 32, resides in the household of her sister, Annie's husband, Edward L. WAGER in Jefferson County, West Virginia, along with her mother and several siblings.

398. James Gunnell HURST 263 (Capt. James Gunnell HURST98, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 16 Aug 1852 in Virginia,263 died on 26 Sep 1873 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 21, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

General Notes: James Gunnell HURST was born Aug. 16, 1852 and died Sep. 26, 1873.
"Son of James G. and Catherine A. Hurst. Aged 21 years, 1 month and 12 days."
[Find A Grave Memorial# 24357172]

399. Elizabeth Daniel HURST 267 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 26 Apr 1821 in Virginia, died on 12 Jul 1880 in Jefferson County, Virginia at age 59, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

General Notes: Elizabeth Daniel HURST married James Dixon GIBSON. James died in 1865.

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

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

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

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


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


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

*Calculated relationship

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

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

Elizabeth married James Dixon GIBSON, son of James GIBSON and Susan GROGG, on 26 Feb 1839. James was born on 17 Apr 1818 in Virginia and died on 15 Dec 1865 at age 47.

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


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1206 F    i. Mary Shirley GIBSON 267 was born on 28 Feb 1841 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died on 7 Feb 1926 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 84, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1207 M    ii. James Gregg GIBSON 267 was born on 19 Nov 1842 in Jefferson County, Virginia and died on 30 Aug 1884 at age 41.

+ 1208 F    iii. Susan H. GIBSON 267 was born in Sep 1845 in Jefferson County, Virginia748 and died before 1910.749

+ 1209 M    iv. William Hurst GIBSON 267 was born about 1847 in Jefferson County, Virginia and died on 18 Oct 1891 about age 44.

+ 1210 M    v. John Thomas GIBSON 267 was born on 2 Jun 1848 in Jefferson County, Virginia and died on 8 May 1938 at age 89.

+ 1211 F    vi. Bettie Belle GIBSON 267 was born on 17 Dec 1849 in Jefferson County, Virginia, died on 1 Sep 1866 in Jefferson County, Virginia at age 16, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

+ 1212 M    vii. Hugh Warren GIBSON 267 was born on 31 Jul 1852 in Jefferson County, Virginia and died on 30 Aug 1871 at age 19.

400. Ruth Annabelle HURST 70 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 16 Feb 1823,265 died on 7 Jul 1883 at age 60, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

General Notes: Ruth Annabelle HURST may not have married. In 1860 at age 37, she lives in her parents' home in Jefferson County, Virginia.
In 1870 Ruth HURST, 43, lives in the home of her sister and husband,William and Jennie WALLACE, in Grants Twp, Jefferson County, West Virginina
In 1880, at age 57 and single, Ruth HURST lives with her widowed sister, Elizabeth Daniel GIBSON in Jefferson County, West Virginia.

401. Stephen D. HURST 70 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 11 Feb 1825, died on 17 Mar 1860 in Charlestown, Jefferson County, (West) Virginia at age 35, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

402. Catherine Mary HURST 268,269 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 22 May 1827, died on 24 Jun 1900 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 73, and was buried in Zion Episcopal Cemetery.

Catherine married Oscar Gunnell MIX, M.D.,269 son of Lewis MIX 131 and Elizabeth GUNNELL,42 on 25 Mar 1847. Oscar was born on 15 Jul 1822, died on 15 Jan 1899 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia268 at age 76, and was buried in Zion Episcopal Cemetery.

General Notes: Oscar Gunnell MIX, like others in his family, became a doctor. He moved to Jefferson County, Virginia, where he married Catherine HURST.

1850 U. S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County; Series: M432 Roll: 95 Page: 3342: 733 742 MIX Oscar G. 28 M W Physician VA; MIX Catherine 23 F W VA; MIX Elizabeth L. 2 F W VA. (ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wv/jefferson/census/1850/pg3330a.txt)

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town P O, as of 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 917: 465 448 Oscar G. MIX 38 M W Farmer -- 7,000 VA; Catherine " 30 F W VA; Bettie L. " 11 F W VA; Roberta " 10 F W VA; Katie " 6 F W VA; William " 3 M W VA; Florence Vane " 7/12 F W VA.

1880 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town; Series: T9 Roll: 1405 Page: 83: Oscar G. MIX Self M Male W 57 Farmer VA PA VA; Kate M. MIX Wife M Female W 52 Keeping House WV VA WV; Bettie L. MIX Dau S Female W 31 At Home WV WV WV; Roberta M. MIX Dau S Female W 28 At Home WV WV WV; Kate H. MIX Dau S Female W 24 At Home WV WV WV; William G. MIX Son S Male W 22 At Home WV WV WV; Sadie A. MIX Dau S Female W 20 At Home WV WV WV. (Family History Library Film 1255405 NA Film Number T9-1405 Page Number 83D. Verified. RLD)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1213 F    i. Elizabeth Lewis MIX 457,750 was born about 1848 in Virginia.269

+ 1214 F    ii. Mary Roberta MIX 269,751 was born in Jun 1850 in Virginia751 and died after 1 Jan 1920.

+ 1215 F    iii. Julia Augusta MIX 457 was born on 9 Jul 1840 in Virginia and died on 20 Aug 1850 in Jefferson County, Virginia at age 10.

+ 1216 F    iv. Catherine MIX 269,752 was born in Dec 1860 in Virginia.752

+ 1217 F    v. Lucy Lee MIX was born on 22 Jul 1855 and died on 7 Feb 1857 in Jefferson County, Virginia268 at age 1.

+ 1218 M    vi. William Gunnell MIX 457 was born in 1856 in Virginia.269

+ 1219 F    vii. Florence Vane MIX 269 was born about Nov 1859 in Jefferson County, Virginia.

+ 1220 F    viii. Sarah A. MIX 753 was born about 1860 in Jefferson County, Virginia.753

+ 1221 F    ix. Jeannette W. MIX was born in 1871.457

403. James Augustine HURST 70 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 18 Dec 1829, died on 24 Jul 1891 in Charlestown, Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 61, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Chaplin Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 491: 41 44 HURST James A. 39 M W Retired farmer 15,000 4,000 WV; AXIL(?) Kelly 80 F B House keeper WV; HOPEWELL, Ashberry 13 M B Farm laborer WV; HEBB Samuel 6 M W MD.

404. John William HURST 70,270 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 28 Jun 1834 in Virginia,257 died on 24 Apr 1919 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 84, and was buried on 26 Apr 1919 in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.258

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town P O, as of 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 925: 520 501 John W. HURST 26 M W Farmer 3500 3300 VA; Mary E. A. " 23 F W VA; Fannie M. " 5 F W VA; William " 3 M W VA; Florence Vane " 1 F W VA (Who is Florence? RLD).

1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Grant Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 536: 280 288 HURST John W. 36 M W Farmer 10,000 1,000 WV; -- Mary D 33 F W Keeping house VA; -- Fannie M. 15 F W WV; -- William D. 13 M W WV; -- Mary T. 10 F W WV; -- Kate B. 7 F W WV; -- Alfred B 3 M W WV; -- Virginia[*] 1 F W WV; GARROTT Bettie 24 F W Governess VA; (Farm labor); HICKLE William 21 M W Farm laborer VA. [*Eugenia, misnamed by the enumerator? RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Charles Town; Series: T9 Roll:1405 Page:81: John W. HURST Self W Male W 46 WV Farmer WV WV; Fanny M. HURST Dau S Female W 24 WV Keeping house WV WV; Minnie HURST Dau S Female W 20 WV Assistant WV WV; Alfred B. HURST Son S Male W 13 WV At Home WV WV; James B. HURST Son S Male W 9 WV At School WV WV; William D. HURST Son S Male W 6 WV WV WV. (Family History Library Film 1255405 NA Film Number T9-1405 Page Number 81D. Verified. RLD)

1900 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Middleway District, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1761 Page: 129: 87 88 HURST John Head W M May 1832 68 Wd WV WV WV; HURST Miss Flossie Dau W F April 1855 45 S WV WV WV; HURST A. B. Son W M April 1868 32 S WV WV WV Farmer; HURST J. B. Son W M Mar 1873 27 S WV WV WV

Death notice: On April 24, 1919, at his home near Charles Town, W. Va., John W. Hurst, inthe 85th year of his age. Funeral at 3 P.M. Saturday. Interment at Charles Town, W. Va. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Saturday, April 26, 1919, Page 11]

John William is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 6046053:

IN MEMORY
of
JOHN W. HURST
Born
June 28, 1834
Died
April 24, 1919.

John married Mary Elizabeth Augusta DANIEL,70 daughter of William Stephen DANIEL 8 and Catherine G. HURST,69 on 6 Nov 1854 in Jefferson County, Virginia.256 Mary was born on 4 Feb 1837 in Virginia,257 died on 3 Sep 1874 in Jefferson County, West Virginia at age 37, and was buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia.258

General Notes: Mary Elizabeth Augusta DANIEL died in 1874, six months after her son William Daniel HURST was born.

Mary Daniel Hurst is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24357093:

IN MEMORY
of
MARY DANIEL
Wife of
JOHN W. HURST
And daughter of
WM. S. & C. G. DANIEL
Born Feb. 4th 1837
Died Sep. 3rd 1874


Parents:
Catherine G. Hurst Daniel (1802 - 1871)
Spouse:
John W. Hurst (1834 - 1919)
Children:
Fannie May Hurst (1855 - 1939)*
William Daniel Hurst (1857 - 1871)*
Mary Theodosia Hurst (1859 - 1937)*
Alfred Byrne Hurst (1867 - 1935)*

(Duplicate Line. See Person 389)

405. Jeannette Allen HURST 70,264 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 28 Feb 1838 in Virginia,271 died in 1914 at age 76, and was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Sullivan County. Tennessee.

General Notes: Wallace/Hurst
On Tuesday evening, 11th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Dutton, Dr. William Wallace, of Fredericksburg, to Miss Jennie A. Hurst, daughter of William Hurst, esq., of Jefferson county. [Alexandria Gazette (15 Oct. 1859) transcribed by Marla Zwakman, http://genealogytrails.com/wva/jefferson/marriages.html]

1900 U.S. Census, Virginia, Washington County, 2-Wd Bristol; Series: T623 Roll: 1733 Page: 186: Moore St 100 86 90 BLANCHARD A. Head W M June 1853 46 M 17 TN England TN Attorney at law; --Bessie Wife W F 1860 39 M 17 6 4 VA VA WV; -- Mary Dau W F April 1888 12 S VA TN VA; -- Vanmeter Son W M Nov 1890 9 S VA TN VA; -- Henry Son W M Dec 1891 8 S VA TN VA; -- Florence Dau W F Dec 1896 3 S VA TN VA; WALLACE Jennie Mother-in-law W F Feb 1838 62 Wd - 7 1 WV WV WV [WV was part of VA in 1838].

1910 U.S. Census, Virginia, Washington County, 1-Wd Bristol; Series: T624 Roll: 1623 Page: 4: Cumberlan 109 68 70 BLANCHARD Albert H. Head M W 59 M1 26 TN England TN Lawyer;(next page, 4) Cumberland 909 X X BLANCHARD Elizabeth B. Wife F W 49 M1 26 6 4 VA VA VA; -- Mary W. Dau F W 11 S VA TN VA Teacher Public school; -- Vanmitla [sic] L. Son M W 19 S VA TN VA Mailer Paper; -- Henry D. Son M W 18 S VA TN VA Mailer Paper; -- Florence G. Dau M [sic] W 13 S VA TN VA; WALLACE Jennie E. Mother-in-law. [Jennie's middle initial "E" may be from hearing "Allen" as "Ellen".]


Jeannette is buried in Section 3 (Map of Walking Tour Guide in the Rose book), East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan County. Tennessee. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 55384197:

JEANNETTE HURST
WIFE OF
WILLIAM WALLACE
1838 - 1914
BORN, JEFFERSON CO., VA.

Jeannette married Dr. William WALLACE,264 son of WALLACE and E. B. --?--,754 on 11 Oct 1859 in Jefferson County, Virginia.266 William was born on 12 Feb 1834 in Virginia,264 died on 24 Jun 1893 in Sullivan County, Tennessee at age 59, and was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Sullivan County. Tennessee.

Marriage Notes: PARTIES MARRIED: Dr. William WALLACE, of Fredericksburg, to Miss Jennie A. HURST, daughter of William HURST, Esq. of Jefferson County.
DATE OF MARRIAGE: "On Tuesday Evening, 11th instant" [11 Oct 1859]
OTHER INFORMATION: by the Rev. Dr. D?
SUBMITTER: Pat Duncan
SOURCE: DEMOCRATIC MIRROR, Oct. 19, 1859
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~valoudou/marriage/marry.htm)

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Grant Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 534:
264 272 WALLACE William 36 M W Farmer 1000 VA
-- Jennie 31 F W Keeping house WV
-- Bessie B. 9 F W WV
-- Helen M. 8 F W WV
-- Kate F 6 W WV
-- Jennie 3 F W WV
-- Shirley 6/12 M (sic) W WV; HURST Ruth 43 F W 200 WV
HITE Belle 18 F M WV
-- George 9/12 M M WV Nov.
Notes: Ruth HURST is Jennie's sister. William and Jennie live three homes from her mother and another sister, Annie, and her husband, Edward L. WAGER. Who are Belle HITE and baby George?

By 1880, William and Jeannie have moved to Virginia where their family lives in the home of his unmarried brother, "A. H." and their 72 year old widowed mother. Shirley WALLACE, born January 1870, is not named with the family and is presumed to have died.
1880 U.S. Census, Virginia, Culpeper County, Catalpa Dist, Cedar Mtn; Series: T9 Roll: 1361 Page: 341:
414 432 WALLACE A. H. W M 35 Head S Farmer VA VA VA
-- E. B. W F 72 Mother Wd House keeping VA VA VA
-- H. L. W F 41 Sister S Assisting VA VA VA
-- William W M 45 Brother M Physician VA VA VA
-- J. A. W F 42 Sister-in-law M Boarder VA VA VA
-- B. B. W F 19 Niece S Boarder VA VA VA
-- H. M. W F 17 Niece S Boarder VA VA VA
-- C. G. W F 15 Niece S Boarder VA VA VA
-- Jenna W F 12 Niece S Boarder VA VA VA.

William is buried in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan County, Tennessee. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 22031813:

WILLIAM WALLACE
FEB. 12, 1834
JUNE 21, 1893


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1222 F    i. Elizabeth Belle WALLACE 264 was born on 7 Aug 1860 in Jefferson County, Virginia,264 died on 14 Jan 1928 at age 67, and was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Sullivan County. Tennessee.

+ 1223 F    ii. Helen Mary WALLACE 264,755 was born in Jul 1863 in Jefferson County, Virginia.755

+ 1224 F    iii. Catherine Gibson WALLACE 264,756 was born on 27 Mar 1865 in West Virginia,264 died on 12 Jun 1965 at age 100, and was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Sullivan County. Tennessee.

+ 1225 F    iv. Jeannette Roberta WALLACE 264,757 was born in 1867 in West Virginia,264 died in 1953 at age 86, and was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Sullivan County. Tennessee.

+ 1226 F    v. Shirley WALLACE 264 was born in Jan 1870 in Jefferson County, West Virginia264 and died before 1880.754

+ 1227 F    vi. Eudora WALLACE

406. Julia Frances Worthington HURST 70 (William HURST99, Catherine O'DANIEL15, John, RW-PS-VA2, William I1) was born on 9 Jan 1840 in Virginia, died on 20 Aug 1850 in Jefferson County, Virginia at age 10, and was buried in Hurston Graveyards, in The Garden, Near Johnsontown, West Virginia.

407. Mary Jane YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born between 1810 and 1815 in South Carolina.272,273

General Notes: Mary Jane YOUNG was a daughter of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL. She is believed to be the the female, under 10, in the 1820 census, and the female 15-20 in the 1830 census.

She is named as Mary Jane INGRAM, mother of Sarah A. INGRAM, in her mother's 1849 Will: "It is my will and desire, That if any of the Legatees before named should die without leaving a lawful heir, that the property hereinbefore given them, and not absolutely devised & bequeathed, with the increase, be eaqually divided among the survivors, & in case of the death of more than one, the child or children of a deceased child to take, per stirpes, the share to which their parents would be entitled, if alive. This clause refers alone to those of my children named above, and not to my grand daughter Sarah A. INGRAM. Although I believe it to be my duty to give most of my property to those of my children who have been with me during my widowhood, and fromwhon I hope & expect to receive consolation, support & protection in the evening of my life & in my declining years - I am bound by the ties of a Mother's love to give my daughter Mary Jane INGRUM the property hereinbefore bequeathed to her, as a token of a Mother's affection. To my grandaughter Sarah Ann INGRUM I have bequeathed no part of my estate not on account of a want of regard and affection but because the property which she & her Mother have received from her Grand Father's Estate more than equals in value, the portions of my other children."

Mary Jane's husband was not named.

POSSIBLE? Polly = Mary, b. abt 1812. The NC is questionable. Record indexed as Cordner INGRAM. Lancaster borders Chester and York to the east and is west of Chesterfield counties.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolia, Lancaster County; Hickery Head P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1221 Page: 190:
782 785 Gardner 44 M Farmer 1500 400 NC;
Polley " 48 F NC;
Wm FAULKEN[? 80 M NC.

Mary married INGRAM.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1228 F    i. Sarah A. INGRAM

408. Female YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born between 1815 and 1820.272,273

General Notes: This female under 10 in the 1820 census corresponds to the female 10-15 in the 1830 census.

409. Male YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1820.272,273

General Notes: This male under 10 in the 1820 census is likely the oldest of the three males 5-10 in 1830, probably born about 1820, satisfying his being about 1 in 1820 and about 10 in 1830.

410. Male YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born between 1820 and 1825.273

411. Male YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born between 1820 and 1825.273

412. John D. YOUNG 74 (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1828 in South Carolina.273

General Notes: John D. YOUNG, born about 1828 was a son of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL.

His mother's Will of 1849 contained: "I give and bequeath to my eldest son, John D. YOUNG my yellow girl Tilda, my boy Prince and their increase."

In 1850, Kershaw County, John D. is head of household with his siblings living next to his widowed mother. In his home is Ellen T. YOUNG, age 4, as read by this compiler. She may have been John's daughter.
1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Kershaw County; Series: M432 Roll: 854 Page: 109:
583 583 John D. YOUNG 22 M Farmer SC;
Ben F. YOUNG 21 M Student SC;
P. H. YOUNG 20 M Farmer SC;
Serena YOUNG 18 F SC;
Jas YOUNG 14 M SC;
Carolina YOUNG 12 F SC;
Ellen T.[?] YOUNG 4 [or 11] F SC. [Ellen's age at quick glance is 11, but in comparison to other numbers, it is likely a 4 with a light crossbar slash. Ellen is not named in the Jane D.'s 1849 Will. RLD]
Next door:
582 582 Jane D. YOUNG 53 F 12,000 SC.

NOTE: These census records may of may not be for John D. YOUNG, son of Lovick and Jane D. YOUNG:

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Harmony P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1228 Page: 480:
80 80 James D. YOUNG 30 M Farmer 18,000 816 SC;
Francis (sic) YOUNG 37 F Dom SC

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1496 Page: 208:
19 19 YOUNG John 41 M W Farmer 1000 150 SC;
-- Anna 25 F W SC;
-- Joseph 1/12 M W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Darlington County, Lisbon; Series: T9 Roll: 1227 Page: 197:
1 1 YOUNG John D. W M 48 M Farming SC SC SC;
-- Mary C. W F 43 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
CARTER OLINA F. W F 18 Step Dau S At home SC SC SC;
YOUNG Eva B. W F 15 Dau S At home SC SC SC;
CARTER Ella _. W F 13 Step Dau S At home SC SC SC;
YOUNG Frances W F 11 Dau S At home SC SC SC;
-- ____ W F 8 Dau S SC SC SC;
-- Minnie Q F 6 Dau SC SC SC;
-- Louisianna W F 3 Dau SC SC SC;
-- Caroline W F 3 Dau SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Twp 9; Series: T623 Roll: 1527 Page: 177:
15 15 YOUNG John D. Head W M Nov 1829 70 M 31 Ireland Ireland Ireland Lawyer;
Ann E. Wife W F Aug 1844 55 M 31 7 7 SC SC SC;
-- Joseph S. Son W M Apr 1870 30 M 0 SC Ireland SC Farmer;
John A. Son W M Nov 1875 24 S SC Ireland SC;
-- Sarah E. Dau W F Oct 1884 15 S SC Ireland SC At school;
-- Sallie E. Dau-in-law W F Feb 1871 29 M 0 0 0 SC SC SC.
Next door:
16 16 YOUNG A____ _. Head W M Dec 1877 22 M 2 SC Ireland SC Farmer;
-- A___ _. W F Oct 1871 28 M 2 00 SC Ireland SC;.

Our John D. YOUNG??
SC Archives: YOUNG, Isaac of White Oak, Fairfield County Application for Pension for Serving as a Cook under John YOUNG in Company B, Fourth Regt.

SC Archives: Series Number:S126088 ignore: 0000 Item: 03809 ignore:00 Date: 1919/10/06
Description: YOUNG, Anna E. of Winnsboro, Fairfield County Application for Pension for John D. YOUNG'S Service in Company G, Sixth Regt, S.C. Volunteers. Names Indexed: YOUNG, John D./YOUNG, Anna E./PHINNEY, James/LYLES, J. W./MCDOWELL, W. A./Locations: Winnsboro/Fairfield County Type: Pension Application/Topics: PHINNEYs Company/Sixth Regt, S.C. Volunteers.

413. Benjanin F. YOUNG 74 (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1829 in South Carolina273 and died after 1870.

General Notes: Benjamin F. YOUNG, 21, son of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL , is named in the 1850 census of Kershaw County, South Carolina. He lives with siblings next door to his widowed mother, Jane D. YOUNG.

Benjamin's mother's Will of 1849 contained: "I give and bequeath to my second son Benjamin F. Young two girls Leak & Lydia and boy Phil with threir increase; also one Bed Bedstead, Matress & Furniture."
Were ther two Benjan Franklin YOUNG born within a few years of each other?

1. The Blair Cemetery Index at the website below includes:
"YOUNG, Benjamin Franklin, b. 7 Feb 1828 d. 25 May 1871 (Benjamin Franklin YOUNG, Esq.) A member of the Bar of South Carolina and of Florida - s/o *Lovick YOUNG* and *Jane DOUGLASS* [NOT DANIEL? RLD]"
"YOUNG, Ellen Tabith [sic], b. 7 Sep 1846 d. I [sic] Nov 1880 d/o *John Douglass YOUNG* and *Margaret INGRAM*"
[Blair Family Magazine, Volume XVIII, No. 2, Summer, 2000, p. 33,http://www.silverhillala.com/blair/genjamesblair.pdf]

Or, the same man:

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 56: Lunatic Asylum Line 24 Benjamin F. YOUNG 28 [b. abt 1832] M SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, 4-Wd Columbia; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 158: Insane Asylum Line 27 YOUNG B. F. 43 [b. abt 1826/7] M W SC Insane.

414. P. Henry YOUNG 74 (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1830 in South Carolina.274

General Notes: P. Henry YOUNG, son of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL is named in his mother's 1849 Will. She wrote: "I give and bequeath to my third son P. Henry YOUNG three girls Amy, Lois, and Matilda and their increase; also one Bed, Bedstead Matress & Furniture."

415. Male YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born between 1830 and 1835.274

416. Male YOUNG (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born between 1830 and 1835.274

417. Serena YOUNG 74 (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1832 in South Carolina.274

General Notes: Serena YOUNG was a daughter of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL. Her mother wrote in her 1849 Will: "I give and bequeath to my daughter Serena YOUNG two boys, Dennis and Amos & girl Mayless, & their increase; also one Bed, Bedstead. Matress & Furniture."

POSSIBLE?
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Chester County, Cedar Shoals P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1217 Page: 82:
1360 1310 F. P. INGRAM 43 M Farmer 48,000 78,034 SC;
Mary A " 18 F SC;
Margt " 16 F SC;
Lorick F. " 14 M SC;
Wm D " 13 M SC;
Henrietta M. 10 F SC;
Serena YONGUE [YOUNG?] 26 M --- 10,000 SC.

418. James YOUNG 74 (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1836 in South Carolina.274

General Notes: James YOUNG was a son of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL. His mother wrote in her 1849 Will: "I give and bequeath to my youngest Son James YOUNG my boy Mitchel, Agg his wife and child Harriett with their increase; also my gold Watch one Bed. Bedstead, Matress & Furniture."

419. Caroline V. YOUNG 74 (Jane D. DANIEL102, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1838 in South Carolina.274

General Notes: Caroline V. YOUNG was a daughter of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL. Her mother wrote in her 1849 Will: "I give and bequeath to my youngest daughter Caroline V. YOUNG two girls Lucy & Cherry &boy Solomon & their incresae. Bed Bedstead. Matress & Furniture."

9th It is my will and desire, That if any of the Legatees before named should die without leaving a lawful heir, that the property hereinbefore given them, and not absolutely devised & bequeathed, with the increase, be eaqually divided among the survivors, & in case of the death of more than one, the child or children of a deceased child to take, per stirpes, the share to which their parents would be entitled, if alive. This clause refers alone to those of my children named above, and not to my grand daughter Sarah A. INGRAM. Although I believe it to be my duty to give most of my property to those of my children who have been with me during my widowhood, and fromwhon I hope & expect to receive consolation, support & protection in the evening of my life & in my declining years - I am bound by the ties of a Mother's love to give my daughter Mary Jane INGRUM the property hereinbefore bequeathed to her, as a token of a Mother's affection. To my grandaughter Sarah Ann INGRUM I have bequeathed no part of my estatenot on account of a want of regard and affection but because the property which she & her Mother have received from her Grand Father's Estate more than equals in value, the portions of my other children.
10th I constitute and appoint my sons John D. YOUNG. Benj. F. YOUNG, P. Henry YOUN [sic] and James YOUNG Executors of this my last will & testament, the oldest to have the first right in the execution of the provisions herein contained - In testamony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this 3rd day of September 1849.
Jane D. YOUNG (Seal)
Signed, Sealed, published & declared as for the last will & testament of the above named Jane D. YOUNG in the presence of us
1. S. P. Murchison
2. J. B. BELL
3. M. K. YARBROUGH
Recorded in Will Book A Pg. 213. Recorded March 7, 1853. Ord. John R. JOY. Apt. 76 Pkg 2707
South Carolina Archives: Series Number:S108093 Reel: 0015 Frame: 00597 item:00 Date: 1853/03/07

420. Ellen Daniel MARTIN 76,276 (Milberry Serena DANIEL104, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 19 Aug 1829 in Charleston County, South Carolina, died on 9 Dec 1902 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 73, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Ellen Daniel MARTIN, born 18 Aug 1829, was a daughter of Robert MARTIN and Serena DANIEL. She married Joseph Daniel AIKEN before 1850.
In 1870 in Charleston, South Carolina, Ellen Daniel Martin AIKEN, her husband Joseph, and their family live three homes away from her mother, Serena Daniel MARTIN, a widow, living with her daughter Serena, 25. In 1900 Mrs. Ellen AIKEN, 72, lives in the home of her daughter, Serena Daniel AIKEN and husband Thomas Grange SIMONS II, in Charleston, South Carolina. Ellen Daniel AIKEN is not in the 1910 census, and presumed to have died.

Ellen is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 38108253:

TO THE MEMORY OF
JOSEPH DANIEL AIKEN
BORN AUGUST 10 1817
DIED JULY 5 1884
AND OF HIS WIFE
ELLEN DANIEL MARTIN
BORN AUGUST 19 1829
DIED DECEMBER 9 1902

Ellen married Joseph Daniel AIKEN,76 son of David AIKEN 758 and Nancy KERR,758 on 4 Apr 1848. Joseph was born on 10 Aug 1817 in Fairfield District, South Carolina,759 died on 5 Jul 1884 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 66, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "Joseph Daniel, third child and second son [of David and Nancy Aiken], was born in Winnsboro, Aug 10, 1817. He received his academic education at Mount Zion' College, and from there entered South Carolina College, graduating in the class of 1841. Being of literary turn of mind, he chose the law as his profession, and he studied under Mr. David McDowell, one of the leading lawyers of the Winnsboro bar. He went to Charleston for the practice of his profession, and on the 4th of April, 1848, married his second cousin, Miss Ellen Daniel Martin, of that city, the daughter of Mr. Robert and Mrs. Serena Martin. Robert Martin was the son of Margaret Aiken, who was a sister of David Aiken." [More at: http://bookofrelations.com/category/joseph-daniel-aiken/]

In 1848, Robert Martin (1790-1852), a wealthy Charleston factor who resided next door at 16 Charlotte Street, constructed this Greek Revival dwelling as a wedding gift for his daughter, Ellen Daniel Martin (1829-1902) who married Winnsboro native Joseph Daniel Aiken (1817-1884) in 1848. [The Joseph Aiken House, http://www.preservationsociety.org/program_award_detail.asp?caID=40]

The house is located at the northeast corner of Charlotte and Alexander Streets.

The 1861 Census of Charleston City, South Carolina shows land ownership by its residents. Joseph D. AIKEN is shown owning a wood home number 40 in the East Side, Ward No. 5, occupied by Thomas BARRY. He also has a brick home number 14 which he and his family occupy in the Northside Ward No. 5. This home is next door to his widowed mother-in-law, Mrs. M. S. MARTIN.

1870 U.S. Census South Carolina Charleston 5-WD Charleston, Series: M593 Roll: 1487 Page: 346: 202 218 AIKEN Joseph 50 M W Agt for Steamers SC; -- Ellen 40 F W Keeping house 25,000 500 SC; -- Serena 18 M(?) W SC; -- William 15 M W SC; -- Eleanor 12 F W SC; -- Joseph 7 M W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston; Series: T9 Roll: 1222 Page 300: 14 11 19 AIKEN J. D. W M 60 SC SC SC; -- Ellen D. W F 50 Wife M Keeping House SC SC SC; PARKER D. H. W M 25 Son in law M Clerk SC SC SC; -- Ellen A. W F 22 Dau M At home SC SC SC; SIMMONS T. G. W M 38 Son in law M Physician SC SC SC; -- Mary W F 27 Dau M SC At home SC SC SC. (Mary is Serena in the 1870 census.)

Joseph is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 38108238:

TO THE MEMORY OF
JOSEPH DANIEL AIKEN
BORN AUGUST 10 1817
DIED JULY 5 1884
AND OF HIS WIFE
ELLEN DANIEL MARTIN
BORN AUGUST 19 1829
DIED DECEMBER 9 1902

Google's cache http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/features.html of http://bibliofile.mc.duke.edu/gww/geneology/JA-EDMA.html
as retrieved on May 28, 2006:
Joseph AIKEN m1848 Ellen Daniel Martin AIKEN
Serena Daniel AIKEN (1850-1917)
Ann Kerr AIKEN (1853-1856)
William Martin AIKEN (1855-1908)
Ellen AIKEN (1857-1922)
Eliza Woodward AIKEN (1861-1862)
Joseph AIKEN (1862-1953)
Ran away from Exeter. Went there with a large silver platter.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1229 F    i. Serena Daniel AIKEN 76,277 was born on 3 May 1850 and died in 1917 in South Carolina760 at age 67.

+ 1230 F    ii. Ann Kerr AIKEN 277 was born in 1853 and died in 1856 at age 3.

+ 1231 M    iii. William Martin AIKEN 76,277 was born on 1 Apr 1855 in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina and died on 7 Dec 1908 in New York City, New York at age 53.

+ 1232 F    iv. Ellen A. AIKEN 76,277,759 was born on 14 Jun 1857 in South Carolina761 and died in 1922 at age 65.

+ 1233 F    v. Eliza Woodward AIKEN 277 was born in 1861 and died in 1862 at age 1.

+ 1234 M    vi. Joseph Daniel AIKEN, Jr. 76,277 was born on 3 May 1862 in Fairfield County, South Carolina, died on 26 Aug 1953 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 91, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

421. Henrietta Aiken MARTIN 276 (Milberry Serena DANIEL104, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 27 Jul 1831 in Charleston, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Colleton District, St Bartholomew's Parish, Walterborough P. O., 11 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1218 Page: 311: 925 878 Ed B. MEANS 38 M W Planter 25,000 75.000 SC; Henrieta A " 28 F W SC [dau of Robert MARTIN & Milberry Serena DANIEL (O'DANIEL)]; Mary B. " 8 F W SC; Robert M. " 6 M W SC; Ed. B. " 2 M W SC.

1870 U.S. Census South Carolina Charleston 5-WD Charleston, Series: M593 Roll: 1487 Page: 346: 200 216 MEANS, Edwd 48 M W Planter SC; -- Hennrietta 38 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mary 18 F W SC; -- Robert 15 M W SC; -- Edward Jr. 12 M W SC; -- William 9 M W SC. Two homes away is Henrietta Martin MEANS' sister, Ellen Daniel MARTIN and Joseph AIKEN. 202 218 AIKEN Joseph 50 M W Agt for Steamers SC; -- Ellen 40 F W Keeping house 25,000 500 SC; -- Serena 18 M(?) W SC; -- William 15 M W SC; -- Eleanor 12 F W SC; -- Joseph 7 M W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston; Ed. B. MEANS Self M Male W 58 SC Planter MA SC; Harrietta MEANS Wife M Female W 48 SC SC SC; Mary B. MEANS Dau S Female W 25 SC SC SC; Serena MARTIN SisterL S Female W 34 SC SC SC Henrieta MARTIN's sister; Wm. B. MEANS Son S Male W 19 SC Clerk SC SC; Robt. M. MEANS Son S Male W 24 SC Clerk SC SC; Sally JOHNSON Other M Female B 38 SC SC SC; Diana TAYLOR Other M Female B 40 SC SC SC.
(Source Information: Census Place Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina; Family History Library Film 1255221; NA Film Number: T9-1221 Page Number 73C 1880US.)

Henrietta married Edward MEANS 76 about 1851. Edward was born about 1822 in South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Colleton District, St Bartholomew's Parish, Walterborough P. O., 11 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1218 Page: 311: 925 878 Ed B. MEANS 38 M W Planter 25,000 75.000 SC; Henrieta A " 28 F W SC; Mary B. " 8 F W SC; Robert M. " 6 M W SC; Ed. B. " 2 M W SC.

1870 U.S. Census South Carolina Charleston 5-WD Charleston, Series: M593 Roll: 1487 Page: 346: 200 216 MEANS, Edwd 48 M W Planter SC; -- Hennrietta 38 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mary 18 F W SC; -- Robert 15 M W SC; -- Edward Jr. 12 M W SC; -- William 9 M W SC. Two homes away is Henrietta Martin MEANS' sister, Ellen Daniel MARTIN and Joseph AIKEN. 202 218 AIKEN Joseph 50 M W Agt for Steamers SC; -- Ellen 40 F W Keeping house 25,000 500 SC; -- Serena 18 M(?) W SC; -- William 15 M W SC; -- Eleanor 12 F W SC; -- Joseph 7 M W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston; Series: T9 Roll: 1221 Page: 73: MEANS Ed. B. W M 58 M Planter SC MA SC; " Harrietta W F 48 Wife M SC SC SC; " Mary B. W F 25 Dau S SC SC SC; MARTIN Serena W F 34 Sister-in-law S SC SC SC; MEANS Wm. B. W M 19 Son S Clerk SC SC SC; " Robt. M. W M 24 Son SC SC SC; JOHNSON Sally B F 38 Servant M SC SC SC; TAYLOR Diana B F 40 Servant M SC SC SC.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1235 F    i. Mary MEANS 76 was born about 1852 in South Carolina.

+ 1236 M    ii. Robert M. MEANS 76,762 was born in May 1855 in South Carolina.762

+ 1237 M    iii. Edward MEANS, Jr. 76 was born about 1858 in South Carolina.

+ 1238 M    iv. William MEANS 76 was born about 1861 in South Carolina.

422. William Aiken MARTIN 277,278 (Milberry Serena DANIEL104, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 7 Apr 1833 in Charleston County, South Carolina, died on 27 Jan 1904 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 70, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Erwinton P.O.; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 501: 548 548
Wm A. MARTIN 28 M W Planter 30,000 75,000 SC; Margaret " 19 F W SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Barnwell P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 84: 98 98
Martin William A. 35 M W Farmer 1750 768 SC; -- Margaret 28 F W Keeping house SC; -- Robert 6 M W At home SC; -- Eunice 4 F W At home SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Baldoc Twp; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 100: 227 230 MARTIN William W M 47 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Margaret W F 40 Wife M Keeps house SC SC SC; -- Robert W M 16 Son S At home SC SC SC; -- Eunice W F 14 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Edward W M 4/12 Feb Son At home SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Baldoc Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 90:
135 135 MARTIN William A. Head W M Apr 1833 67 M 40 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Margaret C. Wife W F Mch 1840 60 M 40 SC SC SC.

William Aiken Martin was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 38109241:

WILLIAM AIKEN MARTIN
BORN
APRIL 7TH 1833,
DIED JAN. 27TH 1904
"I KNOW
MY REDEEMER LIVETH."
AND
MARGARET CAROLINE
HIS WIFE
BORN
MAR. 12TH 1837,
DIED DEC. 25TH 1911.

William married Margaret Caroline MARTIN.277.,278 Margaret was born on 12 Mar 1837 in Laurens County, South Carolina,278 died on 25 Dec 1911 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 74, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Margaret Caroline Martin was born in Laurens County, South Carolina per her Find A Grave Memorial. Her daughter Eunice's death certificate list's Margaret's birth in Winnsboro, [Fairfield County], South Carolina. The informant for Eunice's certificate was her husband, William Hugar Dunkin.

Margaret Caroline Martin was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56927726:

WILLIAM AIKEN MARTIN
BORN
APRIL 7TH 1833,
DIED JAN. 27TH 1904
"I KNOW
MY REDEEMER LIVETH."
AND
MARGARET CAROLINE
HIS WIFE
BORN
MAR. 12TH 1837,
DIED DEC. 25TH 1911.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1239 M    i. Robert MARTIN 763 was born about 1863 in Barnwell County, South Carolina763 and died after 1880.

+ 1240 F    ii. Eunice Hollingdworth MARTIN 277,763 was born on 12 Apr 1866 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,763 died on 15 Oct 1932 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 66, and was buried on 16 Oct 1932 in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

+ 1241 M    iii. Edward MARTIN 764 was born in Feb 1880 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.764

423. Lt. Col. Robert MARTIN, Jr., CSA 278 (Milberry Serena DANIEL104, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 12 Feb 1835 in Charleston County, South Carolina,277 died on 24 May 1874 in Richmond County, Georgia279 at age 39, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Robert MARTIN, Jr., born 12 Feb 1835, is a son of Robert MARTIN and M. Serena DANIEL. He married Annie Eliza ERWIN. Robert and Annie were second cousins, both being grandchildren of William O'DANIEL of White Oak Creek, Kershaw County, South Carolina, her by William's daughter Sarah and Major James ERWIN and him by William's daughter Serena who married Robert MARTIN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Erwinton P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 501: 559 559 Robt. MARTIN 25 M W Planter 41,400 125,000 SC, with wife Anna 24 F W SC, and children: Anna E. 4 F W SC, Nina 2 F W SC, and Sarah R. 1 F W SC.

Robert and his family have not been positively identified in the 1870 census. In this record, the ages are off. There is a 7 year jump in the ages of children from 16 to 9 years of age. The last five children's names and ages appear correct:
1870 U. S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond Twp, Allendale P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 192: 201 201 MARTIN, Robert 50 M W Farmer 20,000 3,000 SC; -- Amy (Annie) 48 F W Keeps house SC; -- Ann 20 F W Domestic help SC; -- Lena 18 F W " SC; --Sary (Gay?) 16 F W " SC; -- Martha 9 F W At home SC; -- Willi 7 M W " SC; -- Robert 5 M W " SC; -- Betty 7 F W " SC; -- Samuel 1 M W " SC.

Robert died on 24 May 1874 and is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale, County, South Carolina. "Here rests; all that was mortal; of; Robert Martin; Lt. Colonel, C. S. A.; Born in Charleston, SC; February 12th 1835; Died in Augusta, Ga.; May 24th 1874.; A loyal gentleman; A devoted patriot; A sincere Christian." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

Find A Grave Memorial# 56895783

Robert married Annie Eliza ERWIN,278,325 daughter of Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN 20,86 and Sarah Ann Elizabeth ROBERT,86,278 on 19 Sep 1854.321 Annie was born on 15 Sep 1835 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 12 Aug 1911 in Richmond County, Georgia325 at age 75, and was buried on 13 Aug 1911 in Magnolia Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia.

General Notes: Annie Eliza ERWIN married Robert MARTIN, Jr. She and Robert were second cousins, their common ancestor was William O'DANIEL of White Oak Creek, Kershaw County, South Carolina, she through William's daughter Sarah who married Major James ERWIN and he through William's daughter Serena who married Robert MARTIN.

Robert died 24 May 1874.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 163 Page: 254: Walker 412 339 403 MARTIN Annie E. W F 43 Wd SC SC SC; -- Zadie W F 20 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Mattie E. W F 18 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- William W M 16 Son S Bank Clerk SC SC SC; -- Robert W M 15 Son S Tailor's Clerk SC SC SC; -- Bessie W F 12 Dau S At School SC SC SC; -- Samuel E. W M 10 Son S At School SC SC SC; -- Arthur W M 8 Son S At School GA SC SC; MILLER James B M 35 Servant M Laborer (Stable) SC SC SC; -- Lizzie B F 45 Servant M Dom. Servant SC SC SC; LEE David B M 12 Servant S Dom Servant SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, 1-Wd Augusta, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 219 Page: 184: Line 14 MARTIN Mrs. Robt Head W F Sept 1835 64 Wd 19 11 5 SC SC SC; -- Sam M. Son W M Aug 1870 30 S 19 SC SC SC Bank teller; -- Arthur Son W M Dec 1872 27 S SC SC SC Bank teller.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, 1269-Militia District, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 210 Page: 235: Henry Street x 269 280 MARTIN Annie E. Head F W 75 Wd - 9 5 SC SC SC Own income; -- William Son M W 45 M1 15 SC SC SC Real estate agent; -- Mary L. Wife F W 37 M1 15 3 3 GA GA GA; (next page) MARTIN William Jr. Grandson M W 11 S GA SC GA; -- Robert F Grandson M W 8 S GA SC GA; -- Louise Erwin Granddau F W 6 S GA SC GA; -- Arthur Son M W 36 S GA SC SC Real estate agent; -- Samuel Son M W 38 M1 4 SC SC SC Bank teller; -- Mary L. Dau-in-law F W 36 M1 4 0 SC SC SC.

Mrs. Robert Martin of Augusta [Georgia] is named as a surviving sister in the February 1911 obituary of Judge Joseph Erwin.

Annie Elizabeth Erwin Roberts is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56896139:

ANNIE ERWIN,
WIFE OF
ROBERT MARTIN.
SEPT. 15, 1835. - AUG. 12, 1911.
"HER CHILDREN ARISE UP
AND CALL HER BLESSED."

An obituary added to the memorial states in part:
MRS. ANNIE MARTIN DIED YESTERDAY
FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON
Mrs. Martin was one of the most beloved women in Augusta, particularly for her majestic character and Christian virtue.
The death is announced yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Annie Erwin Martin, relict of the late Robert Martin, at her home, on THE SAND HILLS, Augusta, Ga., in the 67th [sic, 76th] year. Funeral services at the First Christian Church this afternoon at 5 o'clock.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1242 F    i. Anna Erwin MARTIN 278 was born about 1856 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina and died on 5 Oct 1930 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia325 about age 74.

+ 1243 F    ii. Nina MARTIN 278 was born on 30 Jul 1858 in South Carolina, died on 14 Dec 1873 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 15, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1244 F    iii. Sarah R. MARTIN 278 was born on 8 Jan 1860 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 8 Feb 1882 in Barnwell County, South Carolina315 at age 22, and was buried on 9 Feb 1882 in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

+ 1245 F    iv. Mattie E. MARTIN 315 was born about 1862 in South Carolina.279

+ 1246 M    v. William MARTIN 315,765 was born about 1864 in South Carolina279 and died on 10 Apr 1928 about age 64.

+ 1247 M    vi. Robert Daniel MARTIN III 315 was born on 1 Nov 1864 in South Carolina,279 died on 25 Apr 1883 at age 18, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1248 F    vii. Elizabeth MARTIN 315,766 was born about 1867 in South Carolina.279

+ 1249 M    viii. Samuel MARTIN 315,765 was born in May 1870 in South Carolina.767

+ 1250 M    ix. Arthur MARTIN 326,765 was born in Dec 1872 in Georgia,279,767 died on 19 Apr 1946 in Fulton County, Georgia at age 73, and was buried in Westover Memorial Park, Richmond County, Georgia.

424. Charles Wentworth MARTIN 277 (Milberry Serena DANIEL104, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 6 Jan 1837 in Charleston, South Carolina.

425. Serena M. MARTIN 277 (Milberry Serena DANIEL104, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 23 Dec 1844 in Charleston County, South Carolina, died on 5 May 1925 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 80, and was buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

General Notes: In 1870, Serena MARTIN, 25, resides in the home of her mother, Serena M. [Daniel] MARTIN, 60, widow of Robert MARTIN. They live in Charleston County, South Carolina.

In 1880, Serena MARTIN resides in the home of Edward B. MEANS, husband of her sister, Henrietta, in Charleston County, South Carolina.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Ward 2, Charleston; Series: T624 Roll: 1452 Page: 58: Line 99 Regan 4 / / MARTIN Serena M. None F W 65 S SC SC SC None. Serena, apparently unrelated, lives in the household of Franks J. BRENNER, 39 born in Georgia, and his wife, Maria C., 37, born in South Carolina. Franks and Maria have been married seven years and have two daughters, Elizabeth G. 4, and Madeline C., 1.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Ward 1, Charleston; Series: T625 Roll: 1687 Page: 19: Weems Court 8 10 15 Martin Serena M. Head F W 75 S SC US SC None. Serena resides in a rooming house run by Mary m. FORD, 60, single, born in South Carolina.

Serena did not marry. She is buried in the Old Section, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 38109343:

SERENA M. MARTIN
BORN DEC. 23, 1844
DIED MAY 5, 1925

426. Sgt Edward Young DANIEL, CSA 281 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1835 in Georgia280 and died on 10 Feb 1896 in Jefferson County, Alabama about age 61.

General Notes: Edward Young DANIEL was the son of John J. DANIEL and Huldah HILL. He was named for one of Huldah's brothers, Judge Edward Young HILL. John J.'s sister, Jane D. DANIEL, married Lovick YOUNG.

"Edward Young DANIEL never went by the name Edward - he was just known to everyone as 'E. Y.'" (Jessica Sellers Lott, email, 15 Dec 2008)

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, 9-Pct, Manningham P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 3 Page: 91: 672 672 E. Y. DANIEL 24 M W Farmer 5,000 15,000 --; P. DANIEL 21 F W AL; Wm DANIEL 2 M W --; Jno DANIEL 1 M W --.

THE ORIGINAL HAYNEVILLE GUARDS ROSTER (Taken from Records at Lowndes County Courthouse by Mildred Brewer Russell) includes the names Edward DANIEL, and his brother Hill DANIEL who is noted as "KIA". Other associated family surnames in this roster include: Frank MEADOWS, KIA Cornelius COOK, KIA, Isaac C. COOK, Walter COOK, KIA, William R. COOK, KIA, L. C. MOORER, J. Randolph MOORER, Alonzo MOORER, Robert MARTIN, 3rd Corporal, KIA, Girard COOK, Lieutenant KIA at Malvern Hill, Virginia, and Daniel W. JOHNSON, Captain, KIA at Malvern Hill, Virginia, Thomas S. HERBERT, Lieutenant, lost a leg. The Hayneville Guards was formed in 1859 in Lowndes County as the First Battalion, 58th Regiment Alabama Militia.

"E.Y. Daniel fought in the United States Civil War for the Confederate Side. He was listed as being from Alabama. He was a Sergeant in Goldsmith's Independent Company, Alabama Volunteers." [http://civil-war-soldiers.findthebest.com/l/1294865/E-Y-Daniel]

In 1870, Edmond (Edward), 34, a framer, and his wife, "Puss" ([Parthenia's nickname], 33, and two boys, Willie, 13, and Peter, 3, are in the household of his parents, John and Huldah DANIEL, in Lowndes County, Alabama. [Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 398]

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jefferson County, Twp 17 Range 2; Series: T9 Roll: 17 Page: 398: Series: T9 Roll: 17 Page 398:
139 141 DANIEL E. Y. W M 44 M Farmer GA SC SC;
H.* W F 42 Wife M House Keeping AL NC AL;
-- Peter W M 13 Son S Work On Farm AL GA AL.
*A census problem here? Parthenia was E. Y.'s wife, who should have been 42, but is not accounted for in this family entry. The initial "H." is as indexed at labs.familysearch.org and appears to be correct as viewed on the census page, but why "H."? In addition, E. Y. and Parthenia's 5 year old daughter, Hattie, born in 1875 and died in 1946, is missing from the family. Might someone have confused the census scribe and the daughter Hattie somehow became the wife, "H.", listed at Parthenia's age 42? Deduced from the following comment by Jessica Sellers Lott, email, 15 Dec 2008:
"This is an error - I have often wondered why this census record shows that. I think it's just a typo. But I have also not been able to figure out why Hattie who would have been 5 by then is not showing unless she was staying with relatives?? However, I do know that Parthenia outlived EY. Neither ever remarried."

September 24. 25 and 26, 1886, U. W. Beck, R. J. Waldrop, W.E. Wood, E. Y. Daniel, and E. B. Waldrop were representatives of Euhama Baptist Church to the Canaan Baptist association. ["Minutes of the fifty-third annual session of the Canaan Baptist Association (Ala.) 1886"]

A Double Hanging
Set by Judge Green for June 7 [1895] In the Jail Yard For Their Heinous Crimes.
Lee Harris and Abe Mitchell Will Pay the Penalty.
June 7 is the date fixed for the hanging of LEE HARRIS and ABE MITCHELL, the self-confessed murderers who pleaded quilty in the criminal court last week to murdering Pleas Merriweather a few weeks ago.
Last winter and spring numerous complaints were reported to the police of robberies and hold ups. In the latter part of January James E. Thornton was killed as he was returning from the city in his wagon to his home in Ensley City, where he kept a grocery store. Harris and Mitchell confessed to killing him and robbing the wagon. Thornton attempted to draw his pistol, but his assailants were took quick for him and both the negroes fired and killed him.
A few days afterward two ladies driving in a buggy were held up and robbed about 20 feet from where Thornton was killed. The negroes were very polite to the ladies and did not molest them, otherwise than by taking their money.
Shortly after Mr. E. Y. Daniel was shot and dangerously wounded. Mr. Daniel is a farmer and lives near East Lake, He was present yesterday at the hanging and seemed to enjoy the hanging fully as much as his assailants.
Mr. James Stiff was attacked by highway robbers while coming home from the Mary Lee Furnace and made to give up what valuables he had in his possession.
Mr. J. U. M. Barnes was also assaulted one Sunday night by four negroes, who demanded some whisky. Mr. Barnes being a North Birmingham distiller. The demand being refused the gang opened fire upon him and it was by the merest chance that Mr. Barnes and his son escaped assassinantion.
In March, Please Merriweather, a negro keeping a store on the Northside, was found dead in his store, being fearfully butchered up. Two men were also held up and robbed in the North Highlands about this time. These outrages, following so closely one on the other, that it was thought to be the work of one gang, but not one could obtain any clue. Finally the matter was taken up by Capt. J. B. Donelson, after all the others failed. A better man could not have been found, for if there is any one on the police force who has the tenacity, shrewdness, persistence, and keenness to ferret out and bring to light evel and evil doers, that man is Captain Donelson. Never too tired, lax or thrown off the scent, he like the Vidog and Lecog of France, never knows a such a thing as fall and it was only a few days after he began his investigation before the murderers were safe behind the bars.
Harris and Mitchell were landed in jail on the 1st day of April, and on that same day they had made a full confession of all the crimes enumerated above. This confession was accompanied by such details that there could be no doubt of its authenticiy. The grand jury began its session on the following week and on the 17th of April they were brought out for trial. They were convicted on the 23d of the same month and were hanged yesterday. This is the quickest work in the history of the state.
Source: Age-Herald, June 8, 1895 - Transcribed by C. Anthony
[http://genealogytrails.com/ala/jefferson/hanging.html]

E. Y. DANIEL "survived - but not long (he died Feb 10 1896 less than a year after the shooting) as shown in his wife Parthenia's bible." [Jessica Sellers Lott]

In June 1900, his widow, Parthenia, is a boarder in the home of George SELLERS in Jefferson County, Alabama.

Edward married Parthenia WARREN,768 daughter of Laban WARREN and Parthenia JONES,768 on 19 Aug 1856 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Parthenia was born in Apr 1837 in Alabama768,769 and died on 24 Jan 1906769 at age 68.

Marriage Notes: Edward Y. DANIEL married Parthenia WARREN on Aug 19, 1856. The ceremony was officiated by William RICE, MG. Bond co-signed by L. R. LLOYD, permission given by John J. & Hulday [sic] DANIEL for their son, Edward. [Lowndes County, Alabama Marriage Book 3, page 093] [http://files.usgwarchives.net/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/book3_a_f.txt]

General Notes: Parthenia "Puss" WARREN, 12, is named in the home of her mother, Parthenia WARREN, 47, in the 1850 census of Lowndes County, Alabama. Her father is presumed died before 1850 when Parthenia is head of household.
1850 U.S. Census, Alabama Lowndes County, Lowndes; Series: M432 Roll: 8 Page: 115: 209/209 Parthenia WARREN 47 F 1200 NC; Elizabeth 22 F AL; Matilda 18 F Isabella 16 F AL; Laban 14 M AL; Parthenia 12 F AL.

1850 Lowndes County, Alabama Slave Census: Parthenia Warren, 12.(http://ccharity.com/census/1850lowndes.htm)

Parthenia "Puss" WARREN married Edward Young DANIEL on 19 August 1856 in Lowndes County, Alabama.

In 1900, Parthenia DANIEL, 63 and widowed, lived with George and Anna SELLERS in Jefferson County, Alabama.
1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jefferson County, Precinct 11; Series: T623 Roll: 20 Page: 272:
221 227 SELLERS George Head W M Jany 1872 28 M 3 AL AL AL Farmer;
-- Anna Wife W F Nov 1878 21 M 3 2 1 AL AL AL;
-- Hubert Son W M Dec 1899 1 S AL AL AL;
DANIEL Parthenia Boader [sic] W F Aprl 1837 63 Wd - 0 0 AL AL AL.

Parthenia's bible record (in handwriting of daughter) shows Parthenia died Jan 24 1906. [Jessica Sellers Lott]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1251 M    i. William S. DANIEL 770 was born about 1857 in Butler County, Alabama770 and died before 1873.

+ 1252 M    ii. John Laban DANIEL 770 was born on 6 May 1859 in Butler County, Alabama770 and died on 8 Nov 1860 in Alabama281 at age 1.

+ 1253 M    iii. Edward Young DANIEL was born on 25 Feb 1861 in Alabama and died on 2 Nov 1862 in Alabama at age 1.

+ 1254 M    iv. Joshua Hill DANIEL was born on 19 Nov 1863 in Alabama and died on 30 Jan 1865 in Alabama at age 1.

+ 1255 M    v. Peter Evans DANIEL 281 was born on 10 Sep 1866 in Lowndes County, Alabama771 and died on 7 Jul 1939 in Jefferson County, Alabama at age 72.

+ 1256 F    vi. Mary Elizabeth DANIEL was born on 5 Feb 1869 in Alabama and died on 9 Feb 1869 in Alabama.

+ 1257 M    vii. Laban Warren DANIEL was born on 28 Jun 1872 in Alabama and died on 27 Jul 1873 in Alabama at age 1.

+ 1258 F    viii. Hattie Earl DANIEL 772 was born on 16 Mar 1875 in Alabama and died on 29 May 1946 at age 71.

427. Mary Jane DANIEL 77 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1837 in Georgia, died on 1 May 1852 in Lowndes County, Alabama about age 15, and was buried in Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

General Notes: Mary Jane DANIEL's gravestone is in Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama: DANIEL, Mary Jane (abt. 1837) May 1, 1852 Aged 14 years, 8 months (dau. of John J. & Hulda DANIEL) (Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes, Alabama http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/cemeteries/oakview.txt)

428. William Scott DANIEL, CSA 77 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1839 in Alabama and died before 1866.

General Notes: William Scott Daniel, son of John, is named in the will of his grandmother, Eleanor Marlor DANIEL: " I give and bequeath to my grandson William Scott DANIEL son of John DANIEL my gold watch to have and to hold during his natural live and at his death it is my will that it shall go the youngest male in the family named DANIEL successively at the death of each so that it may continue in the family."

In the 1860 census, William is named as Wm. F. DANIELS.

~~ 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment ~~ Company M Roster Company "E", Hayneville Guard History [subsequently, Company "M"] (Lowndes): Captain James J. Willingham (promoted) Lieutenant Colonel, KIA Seven Pines; Milledge L. Bowie (wounded, Sharpsburg, Spotsylvania; retired); Daniel W. Johnson (transferred to Co. "K", 5th Alabama)...DANIEL, S. William (Private, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) (http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcwroot/6th_alabama_inf/roster/6th_ala/m.htm)

Daniel , William S., 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederacy, Company M, Rank in/out: Private, Film Number M374 ROLL 11. [https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldierId=44FFC493-DC7A-DF11-BF36-B8AC6F5D926A]

429. Francis DANIEL (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born in 1841 in Lowndes County, Alabama, died on 28 Aug 1843 in Lowndes County, Alabama at age 2, and was buried in Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

General Notes: Francis DANIEL's gravestone is in Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama: DANIEL, Francis (abt. Oct 1841) Aug 28, 1843 Age 22 months (son of John J. & Hulda DANIEL) (Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes, Alabama http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/cemeteries/oakview.txt)

430. Hill DANIEL, CSA 77 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1843 in Alabama and died before 1866.

General Notes: *DANIEL, J. Hill (Private, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) * Indicates Member of Original Hayneville Guard Roster.
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcwroot/6th_alabama_inf/roster/6th_ala/m.htm)

431. James DANIEL, CSA 77 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1846 in Alabama and died about 1861 in War Between the States about age 15.

General Notes: James DANIEL, son of John J. DANIEL and Huldah HILL, was born about 1846, most likely in Lowndes County, Alabama. He died about 1861 in the War Between the States.

In the History of Eufaula [Alabama] is the comment "Mrs. Moorer's uncles (two) on her maternal side were killed in line of battle, one of them being a boy only fifteen years of age." Mrs. MOORER was Huldah Hill HINSON, wife of Dr. Richard Randolph MOORER. She was a daughter of James DANIEL's sister Martha Ellen and Capt. Joseph Lemuel HINSON and James DANIEL's niece The reference to "a boy only fifteen" could only be this James DANIEL.

432. Serena DANIEL 77 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1849 in Alabama.

General Notes: Said to have died young.

433. Martha Ellen DANIEL 282 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 11 Jul 1851 in Alabama,283,284 died on 10 Aug 1926 in Lowndes County, Alabama284 at age 75, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama. Another name for Martha was Mattie DANIEL.

General Notes: Martha Ellen DANIEL was called "Mattie".

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Mt. Willing; Series: T623 Roll: 26 Page: 39: 7 7 HINSON Mattie Head W F July 1851 48 Wd 29 8 8 AL AL AL Farmer; " John R. Son W M Nov 1871 28 S AL AL AL; " Evans Son W M Oct 1875 24 S -- AL AL; " Mattie E Dau W F May 1880 29 S -- AL AL; " Hulda H. Dau W F Sept 1883 16 S -- AL AL; (next page) HINSON Joe L. Son W M July 1886 13 S AL AL AL; " Sallie B. Dau W F Oct 1888 11 S AL AL AL; " Serena M. Dau W F Mch 1892 8 S AL AL AL.

"HINSON, Mattie Daniel, 7-11-1851, 8-10-1926" Mount Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

Martha married Capt. Joseph Lemuel HINSON, CSA,285,288 son of John HINSON 285 and Mary --?--,285 on 2 Jan 1871 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Joseph was born on 10 Nov 1833 in Anson, North Carolina,284 died on 6 Jan 1898 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama284 at age 64, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

Marriage Notes: HINSON, Joseph L. DANIEL, Martha E. Jan 02, 1871 A 272 Bond co-signed by S. M. HAWKINS (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/bookA.txt)

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Lowndes Dist.; Series: M432 Roll: 8 Page: 114: 185 185 John HINSON 63 M Planter 500 NC; Mary 60 F NC; Sarah 35F NC; Joseph 17M Planter NC; Henry L M 29 Planter NC; Martha F. BEARD 30 F NC.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Mt. Willing; Series: T9 Roll: 20 Page: 96: 107 107 HINSON Joseph L. W M 46 M Farmer (Crippled) NC NC NC; -- Matha (sic) E. W F 27 Wife M Keeping house AL SC GA; -- John R. W M 8 Son S AL NC AL; -- Evans W M 4 Son S AL NC AL; -- Mary W F 2 Dau S AL NC AL; -- Matha (sic) W F ~ May Dau AL NC AL; DANIELS Huldah W F 67 Mother-in-law Wd GA GA --; EVANS Jane E. W F 65 Wd SC Scotland Scotland; DUNN William W M 21 S AL -- --.
(next door)
108 HINSON Pearson D. W M 69 M NC NC NC; -- Mary W F 65 Wife M Keeping house NC NC NC.
(next door)
109 109 Hinson Ben F. W M 27 M Farmer NC NC NC; -- Mary Ella W F 25 Wife M Keeping house AL AL AL.

HINSON, Joseph L. (1st Lieutenant, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) Joseph Lemuel HINSON, son of John and Mary HINSON, was born November 10, 1833 in North Carolina; died January 6, 1898 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County Alabama. Joseph married January 2, 1872 in Lowndes County Alabama to Martha E. DANIEL born July 11, 1851 in Lowndes County Alabama; died August 10, 1826 [typo: 1926 RLD] in Mount Willing Lowndes County Alabama. Martha was the daughter of Hulda HILL, b. 1810, and John J. DANIEL, b. 1810, both born in South Carolina (married 6 March 1834 in Talbot County, Georgia. RLD). Joseph and Martha had eight children: 1st) John Robert HINSON born about 1873 in Lowndes County Alabama; died April 1, 1939 in Mount Willing Lowndes County Alabama. He married about 1902 to Mary Lowe. 2nd) Evans HINSON born 1876; died 1910; buried Brightman Cemetery, Hayneville Lowndes County Alabama. Evans married December 25, 1904 in Lowndes County Alabama to Ernestine Claud POOLE. 3rd) Mary HINSON born March 17, 1878 in Lowndes County Alabama; died 1969 and buried in Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County Alabama. Mary married May 19, 1898 in Lowndes County Alabama to Jesse Albert COLEMAN. 4th) Martha "Mattie" E. HINSON born May 24, 1880 in Lowndes County Alabama; died August 27, 1970 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County Alabama. Martha married October 25, 1905 in Lowndes County Alabama to James Elliott SCARBOROUGH. 5th) Joseph Lemuel HINSON Jr. was born July 1886 in Lowndes County Alabama. 6th) Hulda Hill HINSON born September 1883 in Lowndes County Alabama. Hulda Hill HINSON married on September 14, 1904 in Lowndes County Alabama to Richard R. MOORER. 7th) Sallie Bell HINSON born October 31, 1888 in Lowndes County Alabama; died January 23, 1958 in Mount Willing Lowndes County Alabama. She married December 25, 1917 in Lowndes County Alabama to Emmitt Lloyd LEE. 8th) Serena HINSON, born March 15, 1892 in Lowndes County Alabama. Serena married on June 8, 1912 in Lowndes County Alabama to James Darrell LEE. Contributions by James McFerrin Key of Conway Arkansas. jimkey@cyberback.com (http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcwroot/6th_alabama_inf/roster/6th_ala/m.htm)

From "Lowndes Court House," by Mildred Brewer Russell, page 145, Taken from the Hayneville Examiner "There were many deaths of prominent citizens of Lowndes in 1898. Captain Joseph Lemuel HINSON died in January, at Mt. Willing. He left a wife and eight children. A member of the 5th Alabama Regiment, Rhodes Brigade, Captain HINSON followed Stonewall JACKSON in his memorable movement in flanking the right wind of Hooker's army at the battle of Chancellorsville, and was near enough to hear the firing of the pickets that ended Jackson's career. He was twice wounded, first at Seven Pines. This disabled him for two months. He was next wounded at Winchester, causing him to lose his right leg.* He was taken prisoner, carried to Baltimore, and from there to Fort McHenry." (Carolyn Golowka ALGenWeb Lowndes County Coordinator, CGolowka@Prodigy.net)
*The History of Eufaula records "Captain Hinson was one of the most prominent men of Lowndes County in civic and religious activities. Captain Hinson also volunteered in Lowndes County's first company for service in the War Between the States. His leg was completely torn from his body by a cannon ball while he was leading his men over the enemy breast work at Winchester, Virginia."

Joseph Lemuel HINSON was buried in Mount Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama. His grave stone provides: "HINSON, J. L., 11-10-1833, 1-6-1898, Masonic Emblem"
"Hinson, Captain J. L. 6th Alabama Regiment Died January 6, 1898" is engraved on the Confederate Monument in the Square at Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1259 M    i. John Robert HINSON 283,773 was born in Nov 1872 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama,283 died on 9 Apr 1939774 at age 66, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1260 M    ii. Evans HINSON 283 was born in Oct 1875 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama,283 died in 1910 in Lowndes County, Alabama at age 35, and was buried in Brightman Cemetery.

+ 1261 F    iii. Mary HINSON 78,283,775 was born on 17 Mar 1878 in Lowndes County, Alabama,283,775 died in Dec 1969 in Lowndes County, Alabama775 at age 91, and was buried in Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1262 F    iv. Martha R. HINSON 283,776 was born on 24 May 1880 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama,283,284 died on 27 Aug 1970 in Lowndes County, Alabama284 at age 90, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1263 F    v. Hulda Hill HINSON 283,777 was born on 11 Sep 1883 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama283 and died on 16 Jan 1967 in Eufaula, Alabama at age 83.

+ 1264 M    vi. Joseph Lemuel HINSON, Jr. 283 was born on 28 Jul 1886 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama283 and died on 1 Feb 1947 in Los Angeles County, California at age 60.

+ 1265 F    vii. Sallie Bell HINSON 283,776 was born on 31 Oct 1888 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama,283 died on 23 Jan 1958 in Alabama at age 69, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1266 F    viii. Serena Martin HINSON 283,776 was born on 16 Mar 1892 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama,284,778 died on 19 Aug 1980 in Greenville, Butler County, Alabama284 at age 88, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

434. Elizabeth DANIEL 282 (John J., CSA106, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1857 in Alabama.282

General Notes: Said to have died young.

435. Ellen Serena POOLE 285 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 7 Oct 1832 in Camden, South Carolina286 and died in 1865 in Autauga County, Alabama at age 33.

General Notes: After the death of her husband Joseph BELL in 1861, Ellen Serena POOLE married second James W. WATSON on 19 Aug 1864.

Ellen married Joseph BELL,285 son of Vincent BELL and Emma CLOUD, on 11 Jan 1849 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Joseph was born on 11 Feb 1809 in Camden, South Carolina and died on 13 Jun 1861 in Autauga County, Alabama at age 52.

Marriage Notes: BELL, Joseph POOLE, Ellen S(erena) Jan 11, 1849 Book 2, p. 37 RICE, William MG (http://files.usgwarchives.net/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/book2.txt)

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Lowndes District; Series: M432 Roll: 8 Page: 114:
192 192 Joseph BELL 37 M Planter 2,200 SC; Ellen S. 17 F SC; Augustus 8/12 M AL; Leroy A. BELL 25 M Overseer SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Hayneville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 14 Page: 506:
185 166 Joseph BELL 49 M Farmer 44,730 94, 240 SC; E. S. -- 27 F SC; A. P. -- 10 M AL; Joseph -- 8 M AL; Vincent -- 6 M AL; William -- 5 M AL; M. A. -- 3 F AL; L. J. -- 1 F AL.

Joseph died 13 June 1861, buried in Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1267 M    i. Augustus Poole BELL 285 was born in Oct 1849 in Alabama.285

+ 1268 M    ii. Joseph BELL 286 was born about 1851.286

+ 1269 M    iii. Vincent Hardy BELL, Sr. 286 was born on 2 Jul 1853 in Alabama, died on 28 Mar 1914 in Greenville, Butler County, Alabama at age 60, and was buried in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1270 M    iv. William Henry BELL 286 was born on 7 May 1855 in Alabama, died on 17 Oct 1906 at age 51, and was buried in Bell Cemetery, Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1271 F    v. Minnie A. BELL 286 was born about 1857.286

+ 1272 F    vi. Laura J. BELL 286 was born on 22 Feb 1859 in Autauga County, Alabama, died on 10 Jan 1900 in Autauga County, Alabama at age 40, and was buried in Live Oak Cemetery, Dallas County, Alabama.

Ellen next married James W. WATSON on 19 Aug 1864 in Butler County, Alabama.

Marriage Notes: "James W. WATSON Mrs Ellen S. BELL 19 Aug 1864" [Marriage Book 1865-68, page 126, http://theusgenweb.org/al/butler/marriages/grooms1865.htm]

436. Sgt. William H. POOLE, CSA 287 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1835 in Alabama, died about Dec 1864 in Nashville, Tennessee about age 29, and was buried in McGavok Confederate Cemetery, Williamson County, Tennessee.

General Notes: William H. POOLE, born about 1835, was the son of Edmund Augustus POOLE and Eleanor Amelia DANIEL. Might he have been named for Eleanor's brother, William H. DANIEL?

William H. POOLE married Martha Evelyn CLOUD in Lowndes County, Alabama on 21 January 1857.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Mt Willing P O; Series: M653 Roll: 14 Page: 627: 501 493 W. H. POOLE 27 M Planter 6400 23,828 AL; (next page, 628) M. E. POOLE 22 F SC; E. D. " 2 M AL; Emma " 1 F AL.

William A. POOLE served the Confederacy in the War Between the States in Company I, 45th Alabama Infantry. The company roster lists:
"Poole, William H. MR., April 2, 1862: Age 28; enlisted March 13, 1862, at Fort Deposit; enlisted by J.F. Clements. Clothing issued 1864."
(http://www.geocities.com/dixiesledgeguards/45thMusterRollcompanyI.html)

The Confederate Monument at the Lowndes County courthouse, Hayneville, Alabama lists:
"POOL, William H. (Private, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) William H. Poole"

Although records indicate he was a private, his grave marker lists his rank as Sergeant. The 45th Alabam was almost totally destroyed in combat. William was likely promoted as others fell. He was wounded in the battle of Franklin, Tennessee, 30 Nov 1864, and later died of blood poison.

William's remains were reinterred into McGavock Confederate Cemetery, Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee. The plot is marked by a concrete column with a C.S.A. emblem, the words "129 KILLED AT FRANKLIN" and "ALABAMA" at its base.His grave is marked with a concrete post which states simply:
114
SGT W. H. P.
(http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Poole&GScid=940400&GRid=6568573)

William married Martha Evalyne CLOUD,779 daughter of James H. CLOUD and Sarah Ann BELL, on 21 Jan 1857 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Martha was born about 1837 in South Carolina779 and died on 10 Feb 1861 in Lowndes County, Alabama about age 24.

Marriage Notes: POOLE, William A. CLOUD, Martha E. Jan 21, 1857 3 133 KNOX, James MG Bond co-signed by J. A. PRUITT. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/book3_m_r.txt)

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1273 M    i. Edward Daniel POOLE 779 was born on 2 Jan 1858 in Alabama,779 died on 21 Nov 1923 in Lowndes County, Alabama at age 65, and was buried on 23 Nov 1923 in Rives Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1274 F    ii. Emma Cloud POOLE 779 was born in Jul 1859 in Alabama,780 died on 12 Dec 1937 at age 78, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1275 F    iii. Evelyn Willie POOLE was born on 6 Feb 1861 in Lowndes County, Alabama and died on 22 Jun 1937 in Charlotte, North Carolina at age 76.

437. Pvt Francis D. MEADOWS, CSA 79,288 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1842 in Lowndes County, Alabama.

General Notes: Private Francis D. MEADOWS, son of James MEADOWS and Eleanor Amelia DANIEL, served in Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment.
MEADOWS, Francis D. (Private, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment)
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcwroot/6th_alabama_inf/roster/6th_ala/m.htm)

438. Mary Jane MEADOWS 79 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1844 in Lowndes County, Alabama and died before Jun 1870.

General Notes: Mary Jane MEADOWS was born about 1844 in Lowndes County, Alabama, daughter of James MEADOWS and Eleanor Amelia DANIEL. She married Daniel E. HUFFMAN in March 1870. Daniel is living with Mary Jane's parents in June 1870, but Mary Jane is not with him. She is presumed to have died before that census. No children found from Mary Jane's marriage to Daniel HUFFMAN.
1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Beat No.1, Hayneville P O, 29 July 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 238 (partial): 725 771 MEADOWS James 52 M W Farmer 200 100 GA; -- Ellen 53 F W Keeping house SC;... HOOFMAN Daniel 25 F W Farm Laborer AL.

Mary married Daniel E. HUFFMAN on 3 Mar 1870 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Daniel was born about 1845 in Alabama. They had no children.

Marriage Notes: HUFFMAN, Daniel E. MEADOWS, Mary Jane Mar 03, 1870 A 227 HARKIN, D. S. JP Bond co-signed by E. H. PRITCHETT (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/bookA.txt)

General Notes: Daniel E. HUFFMAN married first Mary Jane MEADOWS, born about 1845, after 1860. Daniel is named in the home of Mary Jane's father, James, in 1870, but Mary Jane is not there, assumed to have died before 1870. In 1880, a Daniel HUFFMAN is named in Mongomery County, Alabama with a younger wife, a two year old son, and assumed to be remarried about 1876.
1880 Census Place Union Academy, Montgomery, Alabama Family History Library Film 1254027 NA Film Number T9-0027 Page Number 536C: Daniel HUFFMAN Self M Male W 35 AL Farmer SC AL; Malissie HUFFMAN Wife M Female W 25 AL Keeping House AL AL; William HUFFMAN Son S Male W 2 AL AL AL; Claud HUFFMAN Son S Male W 5M AL AL AL.

439. Martha A. MEADOWS 79 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1845 in Lowndes County, Alabama.

440. Rebecca E. MEADOWS 79 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1847 in Lowndes County, Alabama.

441. Elizabeth Evans MEADOWS 289 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 26 Jan 1848 in Lowndes County, Alabama, died on 29 Nov 1884 in Lowndes County, Alabama at age 36, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

General Notes: Curiously, Elizabeth Evans MEADOWS, about age 2, is not listed in the family of James MEADOWS and Eleanor A. DANIEL in the 1850 census of Lowndes County, Alabama.

"On 29 November 1884, Elizabeth (Bettie), wife of George Washington Coker, died at her home in Mount Willing, after a short illness, age about 38 years. The obituary in The Hayneville Examiner states: 'Sister Coker united with the Baptist church in 1861, and was baptized by Reverend T. M. Bailey. She was quite modest and retiring in manner, was a consistent Christian, a devoted wife, loving mother, and good neighbor.'"

Elizabeth's grave in Mount Willing Cemetery provides an alternate date, 3 November 1884, for her death. It is indexed as: "COKER, Elizabeth Evans Meadows, 1st wife of George W.Coker, Sr., 1-26-1848, 11-3-1884" (http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/mtwill.txt)

Elizabeth married Sgt. George Washington COKER, CSA,289 son of William COKER 781 and Martha Goodwin WYNFREY, on 25 Oct 1865 in Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama. George was born on 3 Jul 1845 in Lowndes County, Alabama, died on 13 May 1929 in Lowndes County, Alabama at age 83, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

Marriage Notes: "COKER, George W. MEADOWS, Elizabeth A. Oct 25, 1865 3 673 Bond co-signed by James MEADOWS "
(http://files.usgwarchives.net/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/book3_a_f.txt)

General Notes: "George Washington COKER married Elizabeth Evans MEADOWS 26 October 1865 in Hayneville, Alabama She was born 28 January 1848 in Lowndes County, Alabama, daughter of James and Ellen A. MEADOWS. Their children were William Crawford, born 11 November 1867; Francis Meadows, born 19 January 1869; Mary Jane (Mamie), born 6 March 1871; Martha (Mattie), born 17 March 1873; Walter James, born 21 December 1874; Elizabeth Evans (Bettie), born 16 June 1876; Birdie, born 3 January 1879; and Huldah Daniel (Babe), born 1880. George Washington COKER married his second wife Emma Cloud POOLE in December 1885. Their only child was George Washington COKER, Jr., born 19 December 1886. On 29 November 1884, Elizabeth (Bettie), wife of George Washington COKER, died at her home in Mount Willing, after a short illness, age about 38 years. The obituary in The Hayneville Examiner states: "Sister COKER united with the Baptist church in 1861, and was baptized by Reverend T. M. BAILEY. She was quite modest and retiring in manner, was a consistent Christian, a devoted wife, loving mother, and good neighbor." George Washington COKER died at his home in Tuckabatchee Station 13 May 1929. Mrs. E. D. SCARBROUGH of Hayneville wrote the following: "On Monday, May 13th 1929, Mr. Geo. W. COKER, aged 84 years, died at his home in Tallassee and was buried at his old home, Mt. Willing, Al., in Lowndes Co., May 15th. He was born in Benton, Al. and spent the greater part of his life in Lowndes. At the early age of 16 years he enlisted in the Confederate Army and belonged to Co., D. 7th Al. Calvary, Forest's Brigade. Though just a lad, he was soon made Sgt. and none served more gallantly or loved the "Lost Cause" more than he. He reared a large family, who contributed much to the stable citizenship of Al. His devotion to his family and his loyalty to his friends, and his unflagging zeal in the service of his church, were the outward expressions of the inward reality of a noble character, built upon the basic principles of justice and truth. His death marks the passing of a great man, great because he was good. He was a most devout member of the Baptist Church and though gone, his influence will long be felt in the church he served so faithfully and so well. "George Washington COKER was the only descendant of William COKER known to have children. William Crawford COKER (son of G. W. and Elizabeth) married Celeste STEINHART. Their children were Albert and Pauline. William Crawford died in Greenville, Alabama 12 June 1948." (By Beth Jones Gay of Auburn, Alabama , as received from John M. Coker, Jr., 3/22/2007.)

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Braggs P O, 16 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 386: 47 48 COKER George 25 M W Farmer 400 200 AL ; -- Elizabeth 22 F W Keeping house AL ; -- William 2 M W At home AL ; -- Francis 1 M W At home AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Mount Willing; Series: T9 Roll:20 Page: 95: George W. COKER Self M Male W 33 AL Clerk In Store SC SC; Elizabeth E. COKER Wife M Female W 32 AL Keeping House AL SC; William C. COKER Son S Male W 13 AL School Boy AL AL; Frank M. COKER Son S Male W 11 AL School Boy AL AL; Mary J. COKER Dau S Female W 9 AL AL AL; Mattie E. COKER Dau S Female W 7 AL AL AL; Walter J. COKER Son S Male W 5 AL AL AL; Bettie COKER Dau S Female W 3 AL AL AL; Birdie COKER Dau S Female W 1 AL AL AL; William COKER Father W Male W 75 SC VA VA. (Family History Library Film 1254020 NA Film Number T9-0020 Page Number 95B)

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Fort Deposit; Series: T623 Roll: 26 Page: 62: 62 63 COKER George W. Head W M July 1845 54 M 14 AL AL ??; -- Ema [sic] C. Wife W F July 1859 40 M 14 2 (?) 1 AL AL ??; ANSLEY Martha E. Dau W F M-- ???? ?? ? 3 1 1 AL AL ??; COKER Walter(?) C Son W M Dec 1898 2 S AL AL ??; -- Birdie Dau W F July 1879 21 S AL AL ??; -- Hulda _. ------- W F Dec 1880 19 - AL AL AL; -- George W. Jr. Son W M --- 1___ 12(?) S AL AL AL; ANSLEY Morton T. GrSon W M Sept 1891 8 - AL AL AL. (Note: This census page is difficult to read. Many missing and illegible entries. RLD)

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Elmore County, 3-Pct; Series: T624 Roll: 12 Page: 54: 205 233 COKER George W. Head M W 64 M2 24 AL GA GA Manager; -- Emma C. Wife F W 50 M1 24 2 1 AL AL AL; -- Birdie Dau F W 31 S AL AL AL Teaching school.

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Elmore County, Tallassee; Series: T625 Roll: 14 Page: 57: FM 261 309 COKER, George W. Head M W 74 M AL SC SC; -- Emma Wife 60 M AL SC SC; -- Birdie Dau F W 35 S AL AL AL None.

George's grave in Mount Willing Cemetery is indexed as: "COKER, George W., Sr., 7-3-1845, 5-13-1929"
(http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/mtwill.txt)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1276 M    i. William Crawford COKER 289 was born on 11 Nov 1867 in Lowndes County, Alabama and died on 12 Jun 1948 in Greenville, Alabama at age 80.

+ 1277 M    ii. Francis Meadows COKER 289 was born on 19 Jan 1869 in Lowndes County, Alabama,780 died on 13 Dec 1936 in Lowndes County, Alabama at age 67, and was buried in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1278 F    iii. Mary Jane COKER 781,782 was born on 6 Mar 1871 in Lowndes County, Alabama.783

+ 1279 F    iv. Martha Ellen COKER 782 was born on 17 Mar 1873 in Lowndes County, Alabama781 and died on 24 Sep 1935 at age 62.

+ 1280 M    v. Walter James COKER, Sr. 782 was born on 21 Dec 1874 in Lowndes County, Alabama781 and died on 10 Dec 1935 at age 60.

+ 1281 F    vi. Elizabeth Evans COKER 782 was born on 16 Jun 1876 in Lowndes County, Alabama,781 died on 21 Mar 1967 at age 90, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1282 F    vii. Birdie COKER 782 was born on 3 Jan 1879 in Lowndes County, Alabama,781 died in Jan 1972 in Montgomery, Alabama at age 93, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

+ 1283 F    viii. Huldah Daniel COKER 778,782,784 was born in Dec 1880 in Lowndes County, Alabama,780,781 died on 15 Nov 1944 at age 63, and was buried in Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama.

442. James J. MEADOWS 290 (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born on 21 Feb 1850 in Lowndes County, Alabama,79 died on 2 Nov 1925 in Alabama at age 75, and was buried in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama. He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: James J. MEADOWS, son of James MEADOWS and Eleanor Amelia DANIEL, was born in 1850. He was age "6/12" in the 1850 census of Lowndes County, Alabama.

In 1910 James, single, was living in the houshold of Vincent H. BELL, his half grandnephew.
1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, 10-Pct, Fort Deposit, 22 & 23 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 22 Page: 135: 103 106 BELL, Vincent H. Head M W 56 M2 6 AL SC AL Merchant Gen'l Store; -- Zilla G. Wife F W 49 M1 6 0 AL AL SC; -- Zilla Dau F W 31 S AL AL AL Saleswoman Gen'l Store; -- Amy L. Dau F W 29 S AL AL AL; -- Vincent H., Jr. Son M W 25 S AL AL AL Student U of A; --Jefferson G. Son M W 23 S AL AL AL Student Columbia U.; -- Genevieve Dau F W 18 S AL AL AL Student Judson Inst.; MEADOWS James J. Boarder M W 59 S AL AL SC.

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Fort Deposit; Series: T625 Roll: 29 Page: 105: Bridge Street X 127 137 BELL V. H. Head O F F (sic) W 58 Wd AL AL SC None; -- (No given) Niece F W 44 S AL AL AL Bookkeeper General Mdse; MEADOWS J. J. Uncil (sic) M W 69 S AL AL AL None. James lives in the home of his nephew, V. H. BELL, a 58 year old widower and an unnamed BELL niece, 44 and single.

The index of names in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama lists "A0447 MEADOWS, J. J. Feb 21, 1850 Nov 2, 1925." His grave is found among his BELL cousins, descendants of Joseph BELL and Ellen Serena POOLE BELL. (Myrtlewood Cemetery, Lowndes, Alabama http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt)

443. Huldy A. MEADOWS (Eleanor Amelia DANIEL108, William III18, William II3, William I1) was born about 1856 in Lowndes County, Alabama.291

444. James E. ROBINSON 88,292 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born about 1805 in South Carolina.88

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District: Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 359: 533 533 James E. ROBINSON 45 M Planter 1000 SC. James lives alone. Two households away is the family of William Robinson ERWIN and Julia Roberts. William is James' uncle, his mother Mary ERWIN's youngest brother.

445. John D. ROBINSON 292 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1803 in South Carolina and died circa 1820292 about age 17. He had no relationships and no children.

446. Capt. William M. DUNCAN 297 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born about 1810 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,84 died on 15 Nov 1837 in Barnwell District, South Carolina84 about age 27, and was buried in First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery.298

General Notes: "Wm. M. DUNCAN died intestate, Barnwell Dist. S. C. His father, Rev. Hansford Dade DUNCAN made application for Letters of Admin. on the Estate, 14 Feb, 1838. Citation published at Barnwell, Sunday, 25 Feb. 1838. Inventory and Apprs't. of Est. 7 June 1838 by Willis J. DUNCAN, S. H. BUTLER, Wm. H. SMITH. (Pkg. 7, Bunble 70). Wm. M. DUNCAN is buried in the Duncan plot in the (old) Barnwell Bapt. Church Cemty. Barnwell, S. C. Although "Captain" is inscribed on his tombstone, the compiler has not been able to prove his service in any war. It is probable he was a Captain of the Barnwell Milita? His wife is buried west of Blacksville, S. C."
Tombstone Inscription:
"In Memory/of/Captain/ W. M. Duncan.Died/ 15 Nov. 1837/in the/28th Year/of his age/"

William married Ann Louise PEEPLES.,298 daughter of Rev Darling PEEPLES 298 and Martha Ann ODOM,.298 Ann was born on 12 Nov 1817,298 died in Oct 1836 in Barnwell District, South Carolina298 at age 18, and was buried in Rev. Darling Peeples Cemetery.298 Another name for Ann was Martha PEOPLES.297

General Notes: Tombstone Inscription:
"Ann L. Duncan/Wife of/Wm. H. (sic) Duncan/Born/12 Nov. 1817/died/Oct. 1836/Aged 17 Years/11 mos./"


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1284 M    i. 2Lt. Darling Peeples DUNCAN, CSA 297,785 was born in 1836 in Barnwell District, South Carolina293 and died on 31 Mar 1894 in Baldwin County, Georgia298 at age 58.

447. Harriet Eliza DUNCAN 297,299,300 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born about 1812 in Barnwell District, South Carolina299 and died after 1 Jun 1880.300

General Notes: Our Family Circle lists Eliza and Harriet as daughters of Hansford Dade DUNCAN and Mary ERWIN. Eliza married George W. L. TWIGGS. In censuses, she is named as Harriett TWIGGS, 35, in 1850; Harriet E., 47, in 1860; Eliza, 50, in 1870; and as Harriet TWIGGS, 65, in 1880. It appears that Eliza and Harriet are the same daughter.

In 1870, Eliza Duncan TWIGGS, 50, lives with her father, Hansford D. DUNCAN, 80, her son, Hansford Duncan TWIGGS and family in the home of John N. GILMORE of Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia. She is likely widowed by this date.

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

In 1880 Eliza is named as Harriet, 68, 18 years older than in 1870, living in the home of her daughter, Sallie [Sarah] ERWIN, along with two of her sons, J. [Joseph] A., 36, and Paul E., 30.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 1 June 1880; Series T9 Roll: 163 Page: 304:
349 295 399 ERWIN Sallie W F 40 Mother Wd Keeps house GA GA SC;
-- Lila W F 9 Dau S At school GA SC GA;
-- Harry R. W M 8 Son S At school GA SC GA;
TWIGGS Harriet W F 68 Mother Wd Keeps house SC VA VA;
TWIGGS J. A. W M 36 Son S Police GA GA SC; [next page] --- 295 399 TWIGGS Paul E. W M 30 Son S R. R. Clerk GA GA SC.

Harriet married George Washington Lowe TWIGGS 299,317 circa 1831. George was born about 1812 in Georgia and died before 1870 in Georgia.786

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Division 73, 1 June 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 81 Page: 487: George W. L TWIGGS 37 M W Planter GA; Harriett " 35 F W SC; Hanford D. " 13 M W SC; Sarah L. " 11 F W SC; Mary L. " 10 F W SC; William D. " 7 M W GA; Joseph A. " 7 M W GA; John C. " 6 M W GA; Paul E. " 6/12 M W GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, McBean P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 135 Page: 983: 2260 2186 George W. L. TWIGGS 48 M W Planter 65,900 43,570 GA; Harriet E. " 47 F W SC; Hansford D. D. " 23 M W Student of Law GA; Sarah L. " 21 F W GA; Joseph A. " 16 M W GA; John D. " 15 M W GA; Paul E. " 10 M F GA.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1285 M    i. George TWIGGS 787 was born circa 1833 and died before 1850.

+ 1286 F    ii. Emma Louise TWIGGS 787 was born circa 1835 and died circa 1840 about age 5.

+ 1287 M    iii. Judge Hansford Dade Duncan TWIGGS, C.S.A 299,317 was born on 25 Mar 1837 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.299

+ 1288 F    iv. Sarah Lowe TWIGGS 297,299 was born Cal 30 Mar 1839 in South Carolina,788 died on 7 Feb 1920 in Richmond County, Georgia789 about age 80, and was buried on 8 Feb 1920 in Summerville Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia.

+ 1289 F    v. Mary Lucia TWIGGS 787 was born about 1840 in South Carolina.790

+ 1290 M    vi. William D. TWIGGS 787,790 was born about 1842 in Georgia790 and died before 1860.

+ 1291 M    vii. Joseph Augustine TWIGGS 317,790 was born about 1842 in Georgia.790

+ 1292 M    viii. John David TWIGGS 790 was born about 1840 in Georgia.790

+ 1293 M    ix. Marion TWIGGS 787 was born circa 1847 and died before 1850.

+ 1294 M    x. Paul Eve TWIGGS 299 was born about Nov 1849 in Georgia.790

448. Sarah Ann DUNCAN 297,301 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born between 1816 and 1824 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,301 died on 29 Jun 1897 in Richmond County, Georgia, and was buried in City Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia.

General Notes: Sarah Ann DUNCAN, daughter of Hansford Dade DUNCAN and Mary ERWIN, is found as "Sarah F. DUNCAN" age 34 in the 1850 census, "Sarah A. EVE" age 37 in 1860, "Sarah E. EAVES" in her father's deed, abstract below, and as "Sarah A. EVE" age 56 in the 1880 census. The 1850 census indicates her birth as early as 1816. From the compatability in 1860 and 1880 censuses, it appears that Sarah Ann was born about 1824.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County; America; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 474: 2416 2416 H.D. DUNCAN M 60 Bapt preacher $5,400 SC; Sarah F 34 SC; Darling M 14 SC.

"Sarah Ann Duncan - He married Sarah on "Tuesday morning, 13 January 1853 in Barnwell District", by the Rev. H. D. Duncan who was the father of the bride." [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~edmundmoody/ps05/ps05_117.html]

1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 5-Wd Nashville; Series: M653 Roll: 1246 Page: 420: 1141 1311 Paul F. EVE 54 M Prof Surgery 56,000 50.000 GA; Sarah A. " 37 F SC; Anna Louisa " 18 F GA; Duncan " 7 M GA; Sarah A. " 5 F TN; Paul F. " 3 M TN; Oswald B. " 4/12 M TN.

Paul F. and Sarah EVE has not been located in the 1870 census.

THE SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER, VOLUME 58, September 7 - November 9, 1907, by Georgia. Supreme Court, Georgia. Court of Appeals, North Carolina. Supreme Court, St. Paul: West Publishing Company, 1907, South Carolina. Supreme Court, West Virginia. Supreme Court of Appeals, pages 945-950, records the case of POPE et al. v. PATTERSON, Oct. 5. 1907. The below is an extract from the record and the court's decision on a claim involving the following deed by Hansford D. DUNCAN, dated 13 April 1868:
"The plaintiffs base their claim to their alleged interests in the tract of land described in the complaint upon a certain deed executed and delivered by one H. D. DUNCAN to H. A. DUNCAN, as trustee, bearing date the 13th day of April, 1868. That deed is in the following language: 'The State of South Carolina, Barnwell District. Know all men by these presents, that I, Hansford D. DUNCAN, of the said state and district, for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I bear towards my children, ... Sarah E. EAVES, wife of Dr. Paul F. EAVES, ..."

1880 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 5-Wd Nashville; Series: T9 Roll: 1249 Page: 131: 10 78 90 EVE Sarah Ann W F 56 Wd SC VA SC; -- Duncan W M 27 Son M Physician GA GA SC; -- Alice W F 25 Dau in law M TN TN TN; -- Bessie W F 3 GrDau S TN GA TN; -- Paul F. W M 23 Son S Physician TN GA SC.

Sarah Ann died 29 Jun 1897 in Richmond County, Georgia. She is buried beside her husband and his first wife in City Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia.

Sarah married Paul Fitzsimmons EVE,297,791 son of Capt. Oswald EVE and Aphra Ann PRITCHARD, on 13 Jan 1853 in Barnwell District, South Carolina. Paul was born on 27 Jun 1806 in Richmond County, Georgia,791 died on 3 Nov 1877 in Nashville, Tennessee301 at age 71, and was buried in City Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia.

General Notes: Paul Fitzgerald EVE is listed as "Paul R. EVE" in "Our family circle" by Annie Elizabeth Miller. The book shows his son as "Paul F., Jr." and grandson as "Paul F., III." THe biography below names him as Paul Fitzgerald.

1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 5-Wd Nashville; Series: M653 Roll: 1246 Page: 420: 1141 1311 Paul F. EVE 54 M Prof Surgery 56,000 50.000 GA; Sarah A. " 37 F SC; Anna Louisa " 18 F GA; Duncan " 7 M GA; Sarah A. " 5 F TN; Paul F. " 3 M TN; Oswald B. " 4/12 M TN.

Paul F. and Sarah EVE has not been located in the 1870 census.

"DR. PAUL FITZSIMONS EVE: Born at "Forest Hall", Augusta, Georgia on 27 June 1806; he died at Nashville, Tennessee in November 1877. Dr. Paul FitzSimons Eve was the fourteenth of the fifteen children of Captain Oswell Eve and Aphra Ann Pritchard, and a first cousin of Dr. Joseph Adams Eve, professor of obstetrics in the Georgia Medical College, Augusta. Industrious and a natural leader, Paul FitzSimons Eve was graduated at Franklin college (University of Georgia) in 1826, and from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania in 1828. He was in Europe from 1828 to 1831, and besides hospital practice in Paris and London served as ambulance surgeon in the French revolution of 1830, and as regimental surgeon in the insurrectionary war in Poland the same year. Through the intercession of the Marquis de Lafayette, among others, he was accepted. He received the highest award allowed to be bestowed by the Polish government. He was elected professor of surgery in the Medical College of Georgia at its organization in 1832, in Augusta, and served until 1849. He succeeded Professor S. D. Gross to the chair of surgery at the University of Louisville in 1849, and in 1850 became Professor of Surgery in the newly established University of Nashville. He removed to St. Louis, Missouri, in 1868, to accept the Chair of Surgery in the University of Missouri, but was obliged to resign for climatic causes. He filled the Chair of Operative and Clinical Surgery at the University of Nashville until 1877, when he became Professor of Surgery in the Nashville Medical College. He was made Surgeon-General of the Confederate Army in 1861, and served on the medical examination board and with the Army in the battles of Shiloh and Columbus, and at Atlanta and Augusta. His reputation as a surgeon was world-wide, and he introduced methods never before known to surgical science in America. He was President of the American Medical Association in 1857 and of the Tennessee State Medical Society in 1870. He edited the Southern Medical and Surgical Journal and the Nashville Medical and Surgical Journal. Among his six hundred articles published in book form, pamphlets or in medical journals, are: Remarkable Cases in Surgery (1857); One Hundred Cases of Lithotomy in the Transactions of the American Medical Association for 1870; What the South and West have done for American Surgery; and reports of twenty amputations and thirteen resections at the hip-joint performed by Confederate surgeons, contributed to the Medical History of the War. He died in Nashville, Tennessee on 3 November 1877, and was interred in The Cottage Cemetery next to his first wife, Louisa Twiggs. His second wife, Sarah Ann Duncan, subsequently had their remains removed to Augusta's city cemetery, along with their monuments in Cottage Cemetery, which were then re-erected over their graves adjacent to her own. [Part of the above is taken from a biographical extract from The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume IV .]
Dr. Paul F. Eve (1806-1877), was born in Augusta, Georgia and was trained in the Medical School of Pennsylvania in 1828, and then trained to be a surgeon in London and Paris. In 1832, he was elected Professor of Surgery in the Medical College of Georgia, newly organized in Augusta, and taught there for 17 years. In 1851, Eve became Professor of Surgery at the University of Nashville.
"Eve was appointed Surgeon General of a provisional Army of Tennessee. He worked in Nashville hospitals, treating casualties, until Forts Henry and Donelson fell in February of 1862. He fled Nashville on 16 February taking his surgical instruments with him. Six days later he was Commander and Surgeon of the Gate-City Hospital in Atlanta. This hospital was located in a second-rate hotel of 32 rooms and was constantly overcrowded with patients. In spite of difficult conditions, Eve was able to treat and return to duty a high percentage of casualties."
http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/biolib/hc/biopages/peve.html
Shelley, Harry S. "The Military Career and Some Urological Works of Paul F. Eve, M.D.," Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association, volume 70, no.4, April, 1977.

"Paul FitzSimons Eve
Paul FitzSimons Eve was born on 27 June 1806 in Georgia. He died on 3 November 1877 in Tennessee. His father was Oswell Eve Jr (3)
He married twice
Louisa Twiggs. She married on 16 December 1832 in Richmond County, Georgia. She died on 10 April 1851.
Sarah Ann Duncan - He married Sarah on "Tuesday morning, 13 January 1853 in Barnwell District", by the Rev. H. D. Duncan who was the father of the bride.
He had the following children.
First Marriage
George Twiggs Eve (19) - He was born on 3 April 1835. He married Jennie Sutherland on 6 May 1869. Jennie Sutherland was born on 2 March 1844. She died on 16 May 1924.
Anna Louise Eve - she was born about 1838. She married Colonel W. K. Stevenson.. They had three children, Paul Eve Stevenson, Maxwell Stevenson and a daughter who married James Kernighan.
Second Marriage
Dr Duncan Eve (20) - He was born in 1853 and died in 1957. He married Alice Horton on 1 Nov 1876.
Paul F. Eve (21) - born in 1857, he married Jennie W. Brown. They married on 15 Apr 1884.
Sarah Eve - born about 1860. She married Edward Drane
Background
The genealogy of Louisa Twiggs is well documented in the TWIGGS family bible of John and Anna Ball of Virginia. - see extract below
John and Anna Ball had four children; three daughters and one son. 1. Ann married Job Williams on 28 January 1668; she had a daughter who was born on 12 May 1672 and baptized on 25 June 1672, "Ann." 2. Eunice married Thomas Twiggs on 1 June 1670. Their son George, was born on 2 April 1672 and baptized on 2 April 1672. Eunice Twiggs died at early candle light on 2 April 1672 and was buried 4 April 1672. On 9 March 1728, George Twiggs married Ann Williams (Eunice's boy married Ann's daughter). The other children of John and Ann Ball were 3. John , and 4. Dorothy. The above records were furnished by Eugenia Williams..
George L. Twiggs, the son of John Twiggs and Ruth Emanuel, married Sarah Low. The Will of George L. Twiggs is in Augusta, Ga.
George L. Twiggs' daughter, Sarah Louisa Twiggs, born 12 May 1815 and died 10 April 1851; she married Paul FitzSimons Eve on 20 December 1832. Paul F. Eve was born on 27 June 1806 and died on 3 November 1877.
Paul FitzSimons Eve was a surgeon. A biographical extract from the The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume IV is reproduced below:
EVE, Paul FitzSimons, Surgeon, was born in Richmond County, Georgia on 27 June 1806; the son of Oswell and Aphra Ann Eve; and a cousin of Dr. Joseph Adams Eve, professor of obstetrics in the Georgia Medical College, Augusta. Paul was graduated at Franklin college (University of Georgia) in 1826, and from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania in 1828. He was in Europe from 1828 to 1831, and besides hospital practice in Paris and London served as an ambulance surgeon in the French revolution of 1830, and as regimental surgeon in the insurrectionary war in Poland the same year. He was elected Professor of Surgery in the Medical College of Georgia at its organization in 1832, in Augusta, and served until 1849. He succeeded Professor S. D. Gross to the Chair of Surgery in the University of Louisville in 1849, and in 1850 became Professor of Surgery in the newly established University of Nashville. He removed to St. Louis, Missouri in 1868 to accept the Chair of Surgery in the University of Missouri, but was obliged to resign for climatic causes. He filled the Chair of Operative and Clinical Surgery in the University of Nashville until 1877, when he became Professor of Surgery in the Nashville Medical College. He was made Surgeon-General of the Confederate Army in 1861, and served on the medical examination board and with the Army in the battles of Shiloh and Columbus, and at Atlanta and Augusta. His reputation as a surgeon was world-wide, and he introduced methods never before known to surgical science in America. He was President of the American Medical Association in 1857 and of the Tennessee State Medical Society in 1870. He edited the Southern Medical and Surgical Journal and the Nashville Medical and Surgical Journal. Among his six hundred articles published in book form, pamphlets or in medical journals, are: Remarkable Cases in Surgery (1857); One Hundred Cases of Lithotomy in the Transactions of the American medical association for 1870; What the South and West have done for American Surgery; and reports of twenty amputations and thirteen resections at the hip-joint performed by Confederate surgeons, contributed to the Medical History of the War. He died in Nashville, Tennessee on 3 November 1877.
References to Paul F Eve's military career are reproduced below;..."
[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~edmundmoody/ps05/ps05_117.html]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1295 F    i. Anna Louisa EVE 791 was born about 1841 in Georgia.791

+ 1296 M    ii. Dr. Duncan EVE, Sr. 297,301 was born in May 1856 in Georgia.792

+ 1297 F    iii. Sarah A. EVE 297,791 was born about 1854 in Tennessee.791

+ 1298 M    iv. Dr. Paul F. EVE, Jr. 297,301 was born about 1856 in Tennessee301 and died before 1 Jan 1920 in Tennessee.

+ 1299 M    v. Oswald B. EVE 791 was born in 1860 in Tennessee.791

449. Dr. Joseph W. DUNCAN 297 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 12 May 1815 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,302 died on 13 Jul 1853 in Barnwell County, South Carolina302 at age 38, and was buried in First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery.

450. Rev. Hansford Augustine DUNCAN 297 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born in 1817 in Barnwell District, South Carolina302,303 and died about 1872302 about age 55.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Aiken P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 460: 882 882 H. A. DUNCAN 43 M W Clergyman (B) ---- 2100 SC; E. J. " 17 F W SC; M. C. " 15 F W SC; H. A. " 13 M W SC; E. S. " F W SC; M. A. McLEAN 50 F W SC; J. D. TRACY 35 F W SC. (Indexed as "G A DUNCAN", handwriting elsewhere on the page indicates this is "H. A." RLD) This family, minus a wife, corresponds to that of Rev. Augustus DUNCAN and his four children, Ella, Constance, Augustine, and Emmeline. Augustus' wife, Emmeline appears to have died before 1860.

In 1880 Augustus D. DUNCAN, 66, is widowed and lives in the home of his daughter Ella and her husband, William C. JONES, in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia.

Hansford married Emmeline S. GIVINS.297 Emmeline was born on 4 Jun 1817,302 died on 21 Apr 1873 in South Carolina302 at age 55, and was buried in First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery.302

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1300 F    i. Ella DUNCAN 787,793 was born about 1843 in South Carolina303 and died before 1 Jun 1900.794

+ 1301 F    ii. Constance DUNCAN 795 was born about 1845 in South Carolina.303

+ 1302 M    iii. Augustine DUNCAN 795 was born about 1847 in South Carolina.303

+ 1303 F    iv. Emmeline DUNCAN 795 was born about 1848 in South Carolina.303

451. George Jennings DUNCAN 297 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born in Jan-Feb 1820 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,302 died on 18 Sep 1832 in Barnwell County, South Carolina302 at age 12, and was buried in First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery.

General Notes: "George Jennings DUNCAN b. ca. 1820 d. 18 Sept. 1832, age 12 years, 7 mos. Probably a son?"

452. Mary Lucia DUNCAN 297 (Mary ERWIN113, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born in 1825 in Virginia,302,303 died on 6 Nov 1902 in DeKalb County, Georgia302 at age 77, and was buried in Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia.

General Notes: Mary Lucia DUNCAN, daughter of Hansford Dade DUNCAN and Mary ERWIN, was born in 1825. She married Rev. Marion Washington SAMS on 2 December 1847 in Barnwell County, South Carolina. [Family records. Edwin Barry Speth, III]

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur, 524 & 686-Militia District, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 143 Page: 351: SAMS Mary L. W F 54 M Keeping House SC VA SC [widowed?]; -- Dade W M 30 Son M R. R. Claims Agent SC SC SC; -- Lewis W M 28 Son S At home SC SC SC; POPE Mary W F 24 Dau W At home SC SC SC; SAMS Joseph A. W M 22 Son M R. R. Clerk SC SC SC; -- Stanhope W M 20 Son S At school SC SC SC; POPE Hunter W M 4 Gson S FL FL SC; SAMS Julia W F 23 Dau-in-law Boarder GA GA GA (wife of Dade); -- Katie W F 21 dau-in-law M Boarder GA SC GA (wife of Joseph).

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 192 Page: 33: 71 71 SAMS M. L. Head W. F. Mar 1825 74 Wd 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 Gson W M Feb 1876 24 S GA SC SC Railroad Agent.
Four homes away is Mary's son, Joseph and family:
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 Marion(?) 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 copied and not easy to read. RLD]

Mary Lucia Duncan b.1825 d. 06 Nov. 1902 in Decatur, Ga. at 77 years of age. She is buried in the Old Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia. (Source: Grave stone inscription, Old Decatur Cemetery) [Now "Decatur Cemetery."]

Mary married Rev. Marion Washington SAMS, CSA,302,796 son of Lewis Reeve SAMS and Sarah FRIPPS, on 2 Dec 1847 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.797 Marion was born on 10 Feb 1822 in South Carolina,303 died on 2 Aug 1899 in DeKalb County, Georgia at age 77, and was buried in Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia.

General Notes: Marion Washington SAMS was born 10 February 1822 in Beaufort, South Carolina. He married Mary Lucia DUNCAN, youngest daughter of Rev. Hansford D. DUNCAN, near the Barnwell County Courthouse on 2 Dec. 1847. Marion was ordained a Baptist minister at Smyrna by Revs. H. D. DUNCAN, Isaac NICHOLS, Joseph A. LAWTON and H.A. DUNCAN.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District, America[*], No Twp Listed, 24 October 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 440: 1860 1860 Marion SAMS 28 M Planter 5000 SC; Lucia 25 F SC; Mary 2 F SC; Hansford 6/12 M SC; Wm ROBINSON 12 M SC.
Five households away, 1865 1865, are James and Sarah Daniel ERWIN and family.
[*page 441 headed "in the U.S. of America." "America" on page 440 means the country, not a town or location in South Carolina. RLD]

Marion and Mary had seven children: Mary Duncan, Hansford Dade Duncan, Lewis Reeve, Marion Washington, Mary Lucia, Joseph Augustine, and Miles Stanhope SAMS.

Marion Co. FL Deeds (SLC 9/2007) [http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dobson/fl/flmarion.htm]:
F-683: Thomas Co. GA. 28 Dec. 1853, Lyttleton WYCHE of afsd and wife Mary Elizabeth to Hansford A. DUNCAN of Barnwell Dist. SC, for $5,200, lots in Marion Co. FL: E 1/2 NW 1/4 and W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.15S Range 20E; S 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.18, and E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.19, Twp.15S Range 20E; SE 1/4 SW (MAD: 1/4) Sec.18 Twp.15 Range 20; NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.15 Range 20S and E (blank) and NE 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.18 Twp.15S Range 20E; SW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.15 Range 20S & E in District of land subject to sale at Neunansville, FL, containing 480 acres. /s/ Littleton WYCHE, Mary E. WYCHE. Wit. Michael YOUNG, John W. JORDAN, E. LEWIS. Release by Mary Elisabeth WYCHE. (FHL film 956,967)
G-157: State of South Carolina. I, H. Augustine DUNCAN of Barnwell Dist. state afsd, "mister" of the Gospel, for $4,500 paid by Marion W. SAMS of same, sell to him land in Marion Co. FL known as the McIntosh Homemark?, 560 acres: E 1/2 NW 1/4 and W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.19, Twp.15S Range 20 E; S 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.18 and E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.15S Range 20E; and SE 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.18 Twp.15 Range 20E; and NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.15 Range 20 S & E; and NE 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.18 Twp.15S Range 20E; and SW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec.19 Twp.15 Range 20S & E; and SW 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.17 Twp.15 Range 20 S & E; and SW 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec.18, and farm animals and personal property of said H. A. DUNCAN remaining in the said plantation. (MAD: no wife mentioned or dower release) Wit. A.P. ALDRICH, J.J. (I.I.?) Ryon. (FHL film 956,968)

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Aiken P O, 21 Sept 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 460: 881 881 M. W. SAMS 38 M W Clergyman (Bap) 1000 6800 SC; M. L. " 35 F W SC; H. D. " 10 M W SC; L. R. " 8 M W SC; M. W. " 7 M W SC; M. L. " 5 F W SC; A. J. " 3 M W SC; M. S. [Miles Stanhope] " 6/12 M SC.

Neither Marion or other members of his family have been located in the 1870 census. He is not listed with his wife and family in the 1880 census of DeKalb County, Georgia.

In 1882, a "SAMS Marion W., purser str Planter, r 52 Church" is listed in "Sholes' directory of the city of Charleston", p. 520.

"Marion Washington Sams b. Feb. 10, 1822 in Beaufort, S.C. d. Aug. 02, 1899 at 77 years of age." [Source: "The Sams Family" by Lula Duncan Sams Bond, 1958] A transcription of Marion Washington SAMS' grave stone in the Old Decatur Cemetery provides an alternate date of birth: 10 Feb. 1832 in Beaufort, S.C. d. 02 Aug. 1899 in Decatur, Ga. (CSA). The grave stone also reads 77 years of age for both Marion Washington SAMS and Mary Lucia DUNCAN. Aged 77 confirms Marion's birth in 1822. [Edwin Barry Speth, III]

Rev. Marion Washington SAMS and his Wife, Maria Lucia DUNCAN are buried in Decatur Cemetery, Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 77898848 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Oct 09, 2011:

FATHER MOTHER
REV. M. W. SAMS M. L. D. SAMS
DIED DIED
AUG. 2, 1899 NOV. 6, 1902
O Christ the solid rock we stand
All other ground is sinking sand.

The memorial provides a short biograhy:
Aged 77 years. Educated at Beaufort Academy, S.C. College; graduated in 1841, and the Law School of Harvard. He was ordained a Baptist minister @ Smyrna Church, Barnwell Dist., S.C. in 1854 and for a number of years was president of Edgefield Female College. Moved to Decatur, Ga. about 1870; both [and wife Mary Lucia Duncan] are buried in the old Decatur Cemetery.
Son of Lewis Reeve Sams and Sarah Fripp/Sams. Married to Mary Lucia Duncan/Sams. They were married 12/2/1847.
A picture of this obituary, published in the The Atlanta Constitution, August 3, 1899, Page 9, is on the memorial.:
W.[sic] W. SAMS DIED YESTERDAY
Prominent Citizen of Decatur Passes Away at His Home - Funeral This Afternoon
W. W. Sams, one of the most prominent citizens of DeKalb county, died at his home in Decatur testerday afternoon.
Mr. Sams was seventy-seven years of age, and his death was the result of infirmity caused by his extreme age. He had been complaining of illness for some time, and his death was not a great surprise.
He has lived in Decatur for some time, and his name is inseparably connected with that town. he has, ever since he has resided in the town, been a prominent factor in the life of the place.
He is the father of Dade Sams, who is employed as trace clerk in the Louisville and Nashville railroad office, and also of L. R. Sams, the commercial agent of the Evansville and Terre Haute railroad.
The funeral services will be conducted from the residence of Mr. Sams in Decatur, the interment taking place at the Decatur cemetery.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1304 F    i. Mary Duncan SAMS 795,796 was born about 1848 in Barnwell County, South Carolina796 and died before 1860.303

+ 1305 M    ii. Hansford Dade Duncan SAMS 795,796 was born in May 1850 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,303,798 died on 4 Aug 1946 in DeKalb County, Georgia799 at age 96, and was buried in Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia.

+ 1306 M    iii. Lewis Reeves SAMS 795 was born in 1852 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.303,798

+ 1307 M    iv. Marion Washington SAMS, Jr. 795 was born on 15 Sep 1853 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,303 died on 27 Oct 1895 in DeKalb County, Georgia800 at age 42, and was buried in Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia.

+ 1308 F    v. Mary Lucia SAMS 303,801,802 was born on 24 Jun 1855 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,303 died on 18 Mar 1935 in DeKalb County, Georgia at age 79, and was buried in Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia.

+ 1309 M    vi. Joseph Augustine SAMS 303,795,803 was born on 13 Nov 1856 in Greenville County, South Carolina,803 died on 12 Sep 1939 in DeKalb County, Georgia803 at age 82, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia.803

+ 1310 M    vii. Miles Stanhope SAMS 801,804 was born about Mar 1860 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.303

453. James Erwin MOSS (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 21 Jan 1811 and died on 31 Dec 1887 at age 76.

General Notes: The census of 1840 lists James E. MOSS-two males 20-30, 3 females under 5, 1 female 15-20 and 1 female 20-30. Censuses taken before 1850 do not list each individual, but one of the men 20-30 would be James (29 years old); the three girls under 5 would be Caroline Elizabeth (4), Emma Lucia (2) and Anne Catherine (under a year old); and the woman 20-30 would be Selena Catherine (24). The other man 20-30 and the girl 15-20 are unknown to this writer, but they could be relatives. They will ultimately have ten children, three of whom die when they are very young. The census of 1850 lists James (39 years old), Selena (34), Caroline E. (14), Emily L. (12 - Emma Lucia), Ann C. (10), Rebecca L. (9 - who married George Bull SALLEY, and were this writer's great grandparents), James M. (4), Sarah A. (2 months old). Not listed are Mary Selena, who will pass away in 1852 and Benjamin David, who was not born until 1853. This family appears again in 1880, but that year, all the children are gone, and there are only James (69), Selena (64) and their widowed daughter Carrie E. Moss RILEY (44 - Caroline E.). James MOSS died in 1887, and Selena, his wife, in 1899, so they do not appear on any other census-the one for 1890 was destroyed by fire. I had a great aunt, Carrie Riley SALLEY, a maiden lady, who I think was named after her aunt, Caroline Elizabeth Moss RILEY. She lived with her sister, Adriana Rebecca Salley GREEN. They were known to the family as Aunt Carrie and Aunt Addie." (George Salley, factoid@ix.netcom.com, 11/18/2005)

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg, 20 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 390: 1331 1333 James E. MOSS 50 M W Farmer 4,500 34.000 SC; Selena " 45 F W SC; Ema " 22 F w SC; Ann " 20 F W SC; Rebecca " 18 F W SC; James " 14 M W SC; Sarah " 10 F W SC; Benjamin " 7 M W SC. Next door is James daughter Caroline RILEY, without husband and two children in her home, Mary RILEY, 3, and Thomas RAYSOR, 1.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Willow; Family History Library Film 1255237 NA Film Number T9-1237 Page Number 381A : James E. MOSS Self M Male W 69 SC Farmer SC SC; Salina C. MOSS Wife M Female W 64 SC Keeps House SC SC; Carrie E. RILEY Dau W Female W 44 SC Keeps House SC SC.

James married Selena Catherine STROMAN,805 daughter of Michael STROMAN and Catherine --?--, on 27 Jun 1833. Selena was born about 1815805 and died on 27 Jun 1899 about age 84.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1311 M    i. William Augustus MOSS 801 was born on 19 Jul 1834 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina and died on 30 Sep 1839 at age 5.

+ 1312 F    ii. Caroline Elizabeth MOSS 805,806 was born on 5 Jun 1836 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina and died on 29 Nov 1914 at age 78.

+ 1313 F    iii. Emily Lucia MOSS 801,805,807 was born on 28 May 1838 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina807,808 and died on 9 Mar 1918809 at age 79.

+ 1314 F    iv. Ann Catherine MOSS 801,805 was born on 7 Feb 1840 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina808 and died on 6 Jun 1877808 at age 37.

+ 1315 F    v. Rebecca Louise MOSS 801,805,810 was born on 13 Dec 1841 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina808 and died on 8 Apr 1911 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina808 at age 69.

+ 1316 F    vi. Serena Stroman MOSS 801 was born on 19 Oct 1843 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina808 and died on 18 Dec 1843.808

+ 1317 M    vii. James Michael MOSS, Sr. 805,806 was born on 9 Feb 1846 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina808,811 and died on 12 Mar 1937808 at age 91.

+ 1318 F    viii. Mary Selina MOSS 806 was born on 24 Jun 1848 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina812 and died on 31 Jan 1852812 at age 3.

+ 1319 F    ix. Sarah Amelia MOSS 805,806 was born on 8 Jun 1850 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina812,813 and died on 15 Apr 1921 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina812 at age 70.

+ 1320 M    x. Benjamin David MOSS 805,806 was born on 9 Jan 1853 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina814,815 and died on 8 Oct 1909815 at age 56.

454. Mary Elizabeth MOSS 305,306 (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 15 Sep 1812 in South Carolina306 and died on 8 Aug 1861307 at age 48.

General Notes: "The marriage of Mary Elizabeth MOSS, daughter of Stephen MOSS, Jr., and Ann ERWIN to her 'half first cousin', Major John Jones SALLEy, oldest child of George Elmore SALLEY and Margaret Lockhart JONES, united the MOSS and SALLEY families."

Mary married Major John Jones SALLEY, Sr.,306,816,817 son of Capt. George Elmore SALLEY 818 and Margaret Lockhart JONES,80,306 in 1832 in South Carolina.305 John was born on 2 Mar 1809 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina307 and died on 9 Jul 1880307 at age 71.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County,No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 857 Page: 333: 375 376 J.J. SALLY 41 M Planter 2880 SC; Mary E. " 36 F SC; Anna " 15 F SC; (next page) Martha A. " 12 F SC; Jane B. " 10 F SC; Joel F. " 8 M SC; Mary C. " F SC; John J. " 3 M SC; Adella W. " 1 F SC. Next door is john's widowed mother, Maragret, 62, and three of her children, Thomas, Govan, and Mary (Polly).


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1321 F    i. Anna M. SALLEY 306,308,819 was born on 16 Jul 1835 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina,820,821 died on 19 May 1922 in Hampton County, South Carolina820 at age 86, and was buried in Black Swamp Cemetery.

+ 1322 F    ii. Martha Ayer SALLEY 306,308,822 was born on 16 Feb 1837 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina820 and died on 16 Feb 1905820 at age 68.

+ 1323 F    iii. Jane Bruce SALLEY 306,820,823 was born on 2 Apr 1839 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina820 and died on 25 May 1900820 at age 61.

+ 1324 M    iv. Joel Townsend SALLEY 306,817,820 was born on 30 Dec 1842 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina820 and died on 9 Nov 1888 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina820 at age 45.

+ 1325 F    v. Mary Claudia SALLEY 306,308,824 was born on 28 May 1845 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina825 and died on 17 Sep 1904 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina826 at age 59.

+ 1326 M    vi. John Jones SALLEY, Jr. 306,308 was born on 12 Aug 1847 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina820 and died on 22 Jun 1891820 at age 43.

+ 1327 F    vii. Adela W. SALLEY 306,308 was born in Oct 1849 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina820 and died in Apr 1924820 at age 74.

+ 1328 F    viii. Rosa Rebecca SALLEY 820,827 was born in 1852820 and died in 1912820 at age 60.

+ 1329 F    ix. Emma SALLEY 820 was born in Nov 1854820 and died in 1858820 at age 4.

+ 1330 F    x. Isabel SALLEY 308,820 was born on 20 Jan 1856820,828 and died in 1931820 at age 75.

455. Sarah Keziah MOSS 308,309 (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born in 1814.305

General Notes: 1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg, Zion: Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 410: 70 71 ROWE S. K. W F 65 Wd Farming SC SC SC; THARIN Alx. R. 10 GrSon S At home SC SC SC; WALTER Mary A. W F 32 Dau M SC SC SC; -- Robert A. W M 11 GrSon S SC SC SC; -- Eugene R. W M 8 GrSon S SC SC SC; -- Willie W M 5 GrSon S SC SC SC; -- Geo. H. W M 2 GrSon S SC SC SC.

Sarah married Donald C. ROWE 308,309 ____________.305 Donald was born about 1810 in South Carolina309 and died before 1880.829

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 362: 906 906 Donald C. ROWE 50 M Farmer 25,200 47,000 SC; -- Sarah 46 F SC; -- Mary 19 F SC; -- Julia 15 F SC.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1331 M    i. Donald C. ROWE, Jr. 308,830 was born about 1834 in South Carolina.830

+ 1332 F    ii. Mary A. ROWE 308,309,829 was born about 1841 in South Carolina309 and died before 1890.831

+ 1333 F    iii. Julia C. ROWE 308,309,832 was born about 1845 in South Carolina309 and died before 1900.833

456. Dr. Benjamin Hart MOSS 308,310 (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born in Nov 1818 in South Carolina308 and died on 7 Apr 1873305 at age 54.

General Notes: "Benjamin Hart MOSS, M.D., B. Nov 1818, D. Apr 7, 1873, moved to New Orleans, La., first in 1847 and settled there about a year later; m, March 8, 1855, Eleanora Keene PRICE, d. Dec. 24, 1921."

1860 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 3-Wd New Orleans, Series: M653 Roll: 417 Page: 56: 287 398 B. H. MOSS 40 M W Physician ---- 20,000 SC; Eleanora " 30 F W TN; H. H. PRICE 18 M W TN; Bridget DUFFY 30 F W Servant Ireland. Eleanora's maiden name was PRICE. H. H. PRICE may be a younger brother or other relative.

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 3-Wd New Orleans; Series: M593 Roll: 520 Page: 710: 273 349 PRICE Thomas K. 67 M W Tobacco Merchant 5000 4000 KY; MORSE Benjamin H. 50 M W Physician 14,400 500 SC; PRICE Harry H. 30 M W Lawyer 4000 --- TN; MORSE Elenora 37 F W Keeping house TN; -- Benjamin 12 M W At school LA; -- Elenora 10 F W At school LA; PRICE Susan 25 F W At home TN; -- Mary M. 3 F W TN; -- Thomas K. 1 M W MS; BAILEY Alice 24 F W At home LA; PRICE Eliza 5 F W LA; and five servants. (Notes: MORSE, as indexed, should be MOSS, Elenora is Benjamin's wife with their two children. Eleanora and Harry H. are likely Thomas K. PRICE's children; Susan is Harry's wife with their children, as in the 1880 census. RLD)

Benjamin married Eleanora Keene PRICE 308,310 before 1858. Eleanora was born about 1830 in Tennessee310 and died on 24 Dec 1921305 about age 91.

General Notes: Eleanora Keene PRICE married Benjamin Hart MOSS. Benjamin died in 1873.

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 3-Wd New Orleans; Series: T9 Roll: 459 Page: 365: 150 177 232 MOSS E. K. W F 47 Wd Keeper B. H. TN KY KY; PRICE H. H. W M 36 Border M Lawyer TN KY KY; -- Susan W F 34 Border M TN KY KY; -- Elisa W F 15 Border S At school MS KY KY; -- Marnie(Mary M. in the 1870 census.) W F 13 Border S At school LA KY KY; -- Elonora W F 8 Border S At school LA KY KY; -- Alice W F 5 Border S LA KY KY; -- Carrie W F 2 Border S L A KY KY; -- Suesanna W F 9/12 Sepr Border S LA KY KY; MOSS Ben W M 21 Border S LA TN KY; THOMAS Jenie W F 42 Wd Cook AL AL AL; DAY William W M 36 S MS VA VA; CAVANAUGH E. W M 20 S Servant MD England VA. (Notes: Ben MOSS, 21, is Eleanora Keene (E. K.)'s son. H. H. PRICE may be her brother; he was living with Eleanora and her husband in 1860.)

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 12-Wd New Orleans; Series: T623 Roll: 575 Page: 32: Harry H. and Susan PRICE and family, including granddaughter Eleanora Moss GARLAND.

1910 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 11-Wd New Orleans; Series: T624 Roll: 523 Page: 162: Seventh St 1506 193 209 MOSS Elleanora K. Head F W 77 Wd - 2 2 TN KY KY None; -- Benjamin P. Son M W 50 S LA SC TN None; -- Ellenora Dau F W 48 S LA SC TN; JONES Ellen Servant F W 40 S LA England Un Housemaid Private family.

1920 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 11-Wd 7-Pct New Orleans; Series: T625 Roll: 623 Page: 104: Seventh St 1506 312 316 MOSS Elenora K. Head F W 87 Wd TN MD KY None; MOSS Benjamin P. Son 61 S LA SC TN None; MOSS Elenora E. Dau F W 59 S LA SC TN None; JONES Ella Maid F W 49 S LA England AL Maid.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1334 M    i. Benjamin Price MOSS 308,834 was born on 24 Jul 1858 in Louisiana.305

+ 1335 F    ii. Elleanora Erwin MOSS 308,834 was born on 13 Oct 1860 in Louisiana.305

457. Capt. William Crawford MOSS, CSA 308,311 (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born in Oct 1819 in Orangeburg, South Carolina312 and died in 1902308 at age 83.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 403: 1519 1524 William C. MOSS 41 M Farmer 15,000 36,000 SC; -- R. C. 31 F SC; -- Laura 8 F SC; -- Stephen 3 M SC; -- Anna R. 1 F SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Zion; Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 416: 196 197 MOSS Wm C. W M 60 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- R. C. W F 51 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Anna R. W F 20 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Carrie E. W F 13 Dau S At home SC SC SC; and seven others.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orange Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1538 Page: 133: Broughton St --- 316 442 MOSS William C. Head W M Oct 1819 80 M 50 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Rebecca C. Wife W F Feb 1829 71 M 50 & 4 SC SC SC; -- Anna R. Dau W F Aug 1859 40 S SC SC SC DANTZLER Isabella Servant B F Jan 1864 36 S SC SC SC; HANCOCK Essie Servant B F Sept 1886 13 S SC SC SC; DANTZLER (Blank) Servant B F Apr 18889 11 S SC SC SC.

William married Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR,311,835 daughter of Thomas M. RAYSOR and Hannah STOKES, on 14 Feb 1850. Rebecca was born in Feb 1829 in Colleton County, South Carolina312 and died after 1915 in South Carolina.

General Notes: Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR was the sister of Laura RAYSOR who married Dr. James D. ERWIN. Rebecca's husband, William Crawford MOSS and James D. EWRIN were first cousins.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1336 F    i. Laura Ann MOSS 314,836,837 was born on 17 Apr 1852 in South Carolina, died on 12 Mar 1920314 at age 67, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina.

+ 1337 M    ii. Stephen William MOSS 314 was born about 1857 in South Carolina837 and died after 1860.

+ 1338 F    iii. Anna Raysor MOSS 837 was born in Aug 1859 in South Carolina.311,312

+ 1339 M    iv. Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS 835,838 was born on 17 Jan 1862 in Orangeburg, South Carolina,839 died on 22 Apr 1939 in Orangeburg, South Carolina at age 77, and was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina.

+ 1340 F    v. Caroline Erwin MOSS 311,835,840 was born in Feb 1868 in South Carolina.841

458. Rebecca Ann MOSS 313,314 (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born about 1821 in South Carolina.313

Rebecca married William W. GRAHAM 313,314 about 1839. William was born about 1818 in South Carolina.313

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, Barnwell County, Williston Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1484 Page: 453: 245 245 Wm W. GRAHAM 51, and wife Rebecca 48, no others in household. They are the parents of Ann Moss GRAHAM, wife of John D. BROWN.
Next door:
244 244 BROWN John D. 29 M W Farmer 1150 572 SC; -- Ann M. 26 F W Keeping house SC; -- Wesley G. 2 M W At home SC; -- Rebecca 8/12 F W At home SC Dec.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1341 M    i. Stephen GRAHAM

+ 1342 F    ii. Ann Moss GRAHAM 835,842 was born about 1841 in South Carolina842 and died after 15 Apr 1910.843

459. Stephen Hansford MOSS 308 (Ann Marion ERWIN114, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1823 and died on 31 Dec 1887 about age 64.

460. Sarah Elizabeth AYER 85 (Rebecca ERWIN115, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1815.

Sarah married Rev. James M. CHILDS.85

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1343 M    i. Lewis M. Ayer CHILDS

461. Martha Anna AYER 85,315 (Rebecca ERWIN115, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 25 Sep 1819 in South Carolina,316,317 died on 7 Mar 1891 in Barnwell County, South Carolina317 at age 71, and was buried in St. Andrews Catholic Church Cemetery.317

Martha married Judge Alfred Proctor ALDRICH 315,844 about 1841 in Barnwell County, South Carolina. Alfred was born on 4 Jun 1814 in South Carolina,317 died on 12 Feb 1897 in Barnwell County, South Carolina317 at age 82, and was buried in St. Andrews Catholic Church Cemetery.317

General Notes: Of the Oaks Plantation, Barnwell, S. C.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District, No Twp, 16 July 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 326: 13 13 A. P. ALDRICH 36 M W Lawyer 10,000 SC; Martha -- 30 F W SC; Rosa -- * F SC; Alfred -- 6 M W SC; Robert -- 4 M W SC; Sarah -- 3 F W SC; Mary --3/12 F W SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, C H P O, 9 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 480: 224 224 A. P. ALDRICH 46 M W Lawyer 30,000 124,000 SC; Martha A. " 40 F W SC; Rosa " 18 F W SC; Alfred " 17 W M SC; Robert " 15 M W SC; Sallie " 14 F W SC; Rebecca " 9 F W SC; Daisy " 5 F W SC; Cornelia " 2 FW SC; M. S. EMLYN 39 F W House keeper SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Red Oak Twp,10 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1484 Page: 325: 7 7 ALDRICH A. P. 56 M W Lawyer 48,000 5,000 SC; -- M. A. 50 F W Keeping house SC; -- Alfred 27 M W Farm manager SC; -- Robert 26 M W Lawyer SC; -- Sarah 24 F W At home SC; -- Mary 20 F W At home SC; -- Rebecca 19 F W At home SC; -- Martha 14 F W At home SC; -- Cornelia 12 F W At home SC; DUNCAN Mrs R 28 F W At home 4200 SC, -- Alfred 8 M W Attending school SC; -- Robert 6 M W Attending school SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, 14 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 77 (Family History Library Film 1255220, NA Film Number T9-1220, Page Number 77D): Alfred P. ALDRICH Self M Male W 65 SC Lawyer SC SC; Martha A. ALDRICH Wife M Female W 58 SC Keeping House SC SC; Rosa ALDRICH Dau D Female W 37 SC Unemployed SC SC; Rebecca ALDRICH Dau S Female W 26 SC Unemployed SC SC; Nellie [Cornelia] ALDRICH Dau S Female W 22 SC Unemployed SC SC; Alfred P. Jr ALDRICH GrSon S Male W 16 SC Printer SC SC; Robert Jr. ALDRICH GrSon S Male W 14 SC Unemployed SC SC.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1344 F    i. Rosa ALDRICH 297 was born on 26 Feb 1842 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,316,317 died on 25 Dec 1922 in Barnwell County, South Carolina317 at age 80, and was buried in St. Andrews Catholic Church Cemetery.317

+ 1345 M    ii. Judge Robert ALDRICH 85 was born in 1844 in Barnwell County, South Carolina316 and died in 1911 at age 67.

+ 1346 M    iii. Colonel Alfred ALDRICH, CSA 315,316 was born on 16 May 1844 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,845 died on 17 May 1919 in Anderson County, South Carolina at age 75, and was buried in Silver Brook Cemetery, Anderson County, South Carolina.

+ 1347 F    iv. Sarah ALDRICH 846 was born about 1846 in Barnwell County, South Carolina316 and died in 1928 in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina about age 82.

+ 1348 F    v. Mamie ALDRICH 846 was born about 1850 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.316

+ 1349 F    vi. Rebecca ALDRICH 846 was born about 1851 in Barnwell County, South Carolina847 and died on 30 Jan 1929 in Anderson, South Carolina about age 78.

+ 1350 F    vii. Martha Daisy ALDRICH 846 was born in Sep 1854 in Barnwell County, South Carolina848,849 and died after 1 Jan 1920.

+ 1351 F    viii. Cornelia ALDRICH 844,846,847 was born in Apr 1860 in Barnwell County, South Carolina850 and died on 4 Jan 1920 in Horry, South Carolina844 at age 59.

462. Lewis Malone AYER, Jr. 85 (Rebecca ERWIN115, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born about 1822 in South Carolina.318

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Williston P O, 26 September 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 403: 977 977 Lewis M. AYER, Jr. 38 M W Farming 20,000 47,000 SC; Anna E. " 35 F W SC; Alford " 14 M W SC; Lewis " 12 M W SC; Thomas " 10 M W SC; Iris " 6 F W SC; Francis " 3 F? W SC (Male).

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Buford Bridge Twp, 24 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 168: 97 97 AYER Lewis M. 48 M W Farmer 28.000 3,000 SC; -- Lilly 24 F W Keeping house SC; -- Thomas 19 M W Attdg school SC; -- Iris 15 F W Do SC; -- Frank 12 M W Do SC; -- Talulah 4 F W At home SC; -- Nathaniel 2 M W Do SC; -- Verna 1 F W Do SC; -- Silvia 40 F B Cook SC.Two doors away, 95 95, is Lewis' son, Alfred AYER, 24, Farmer, living alone.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Anderson County, Anderson; Series: T9 Roll: 1219 Page: 9:
L.M. AYER Self M Male W 58 SC Teacher SC SC;
Lillie M. AYER Wife M Female W 33 PA Keeping House PA KY;
Lula H. AYER Dau S Female W 15 SC At School SC PA (Talulah);
Hartwell AYER Son S Male W 12 SC At School SC PA;
Verna AYER Dau S Female W 10 SC At School SC PA;
Paul AYER Son S Male W 3 SC SC PA;
L.P. SMITH SonL M Male W 32 SC Merchant SC SC;
Iris SMITH Dau M Female W 27 SC SC SC;
Hermene SMITH GrDau S Female W 6 SC SC SC;
Mary ROWAN Other S Female MU 20 TN Servant TN TN
(Family History Library Film 1255219 NA Film Number T9-1219 Page Number 9B)

Lewis married Anna E. PATTERSON 846 about 1843 in South Carolina. Anna was born about 1825 in South Carolina318 and died circa 1864 about age 39.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1352 M    i. Joseph A. AYER

+ 1353 M    ii. Alfred A. AYER 851 was born about 1846 in South Carolina.318

+ 1354 M    iii. Lewis M. AYER 851 was born about 1848 in South Carolina.318

+ 1355 M    iv. Thomas Raysor AYER 851 was born about 1850 in South Carolina318 and died before 1920.852

+ 1356 F    v. Isabel AYER

+ 1357 F    vi. Anna Iris AYER 851 was born about 1853 in South Carolina.318

+ 1358 M    vii. Frank F. AYER 851 was born about 1857 in South Carolina.318

Lewis next married Lillie MOORE 851,853 about 1865 in South Carolina. Lillie was born about 1846 in Pennsylvania.854

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1359 F    i. Marie Louise AYER

+ 1360 M    ii. Malcolm B. AYER

+ 1361 F    iii. Talulah H. AYER 853,854 was born about 1866 in South Carolina.853

+ 1362 M    iv. Hartwell Moore AYER 851,854 was born in Jan 1868 in South Carolina855 and died before 1 Jan 1920.856

+ 1363 M    v. Nathaniel AYER 857 was born about 1868 in South Carolina.857

+ 1364 F    vi. Verna AYER 86 was born about 1869 in South Carolina.853

+ 1365 M    vii. Paul E. AYER 86 was born about 1877 in South Carolina.854

463. Sarah Ann ERWIN 82,320 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 5 Jan 1813 in South Carolina.82

Sarah married Jacob S. Pentrah POWELL.320 Jacob was born about 1807 in North Carolina.320

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Murry County, Spring Place P O; Series: M653 Roll: 132 Page: 22:
J. S. P. POWELL 52 M Attorney at law 2000 50,000 NC; Sarah A. " 42 F SC; Robert H. " 23 M Merchant SC; James W. 21 M Attorney at law SC; Sarah A. A. " 17 F Student SC; Benjamin M. " 14 M SC; Walter A. " 12 M SC; Jacob S. P. " 10 M GA; Ellery B.(?) " 7 M GA; Osanlla(?) J. " 5 GA.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1366 M    i. Richard Watson Franklin POWELL 858 was born about 1830 in South Carolina858 and was buried in Benevolence Cemetery.

+ 1367 M    ii. Robert H. POWELL 320 was born about 1836 in South Carolina.859

+ 1368 M    iii. James W. POWELL 320 was born about 1838 in South Carolina.320

+ 1369 F    iv. Mary Caroline POWELL 860 was born on 28 Mar 1841 in South Carolina860 and died on 19 Jul 1921 at age 80.

+ 1370 F    v. Sarah A. A. POWELL 320 was born about 1842 in South Carolina.320

+ 1371 M    vi. Benjamin M. POWELL 320 was born about 1845 in South Carolina.320

+ 1372 M    vii. Walter A. POWELL 320 was born about 1847 in South Carolina.320

+ 1373 M    viii. Jacob S. P. POWELL 320 was born about 1849 in Georgia.320

+ 1374 M    ix. Ellery B. POWELL 320 was born about 1852 in Georgia.320

+ 1375 F    x. O. J. POWELL 320 was born about 1854 in Georgia.320

464. Eleanor Eliza ERWIN (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born about 1820, died in Aug 1839 about age 19, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina. Another name for Eleanor was Mary ERWIN.82 She had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: Find A Grave Memorial# 90983919 lists the burial of "Eleanor Eliza Erwin" in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Milbury, Allendale County, South Carolina. Citing Barnwell County Cemeteries, Vol. 1, p. 5, Eleanor was born in 1820 and died in August 1839 at age 19. "Daughter of James and Sarah Erwin."

A rootsweb post lists Mary ERWIN, born about 1820 as the daughter of James ERWIN and Sarah Frunier SABB, said to never have married.

465. William Robinson ERWIN 86 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1827 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "Died in infancy."

466. Dr. James Daniel ERWIN 321,322 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 4 Oct 1829 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina,323 died on 29 Jun 1898 in Baldwin County, Georgia323 at age 68, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. Another name for James was James Daniel IRWIN.861

General Notes: James Daniel ERWIN, Jr., was a son of General James Daniel ERWIN and Sarah Ann Elizabeth ROBERT of Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, present day Allendale County. He graduated from the Medical college in West Virginia and the South Carolina Medical College and did post graduate work in New York, followed by a year of studies in France and Germany.

In 1850, James, 22, single, lives in the home of his father in Barnwell County, South Carolina. On December 15, 1853, in Milledgeville, Georgia, he married Anna Belle TUCKER, daughter of Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER and Martha M. A. GOODE of Baldwin County. James and Anna made their home in Erwinton where they had three sons, William Daniel, Harry Howard, and James Daniel, III, before 1860.

PLANTATION FOR SALE
The subscriber offers for sale his PLANTATION, containing 3600 acres of excellent planting land, situated on the waters of Savannah River and Briar Creek, one mile from Erinton, Barnwell District, South Carolina. There are on the place, a good mansion,recently erected, with all necessary outbuildings, garden, fruit trees, &c. A new fourhorse steam engine just put up, for grinding and ginning, and all buildings pertaining to planting purposes. The place is in good repair, and is considered one of the best Plantations in Barnwell District. For further particulars, apply to ROBERT ERWIN, Commission Merchant, Savannah, Ga., or to JAS. D. ERWIN, Erwinton, S. C. [The Charleston Mercury, Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, September 19, 1857, Page 3]

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Barnwell C H P; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 500:
543 543 James D. ERWIN 31 M W MD 32,000 71,975 SC
Anna B. " 23 F W GA
William D. " 6 M W SC
Harriet [sic, "t" appears to be erased] H. " 4 M W SC
James " 1 M W SC
Joseph ERWIN 24 M W 8400 45.000 SC (James D.'s brother)
Sam M. ERWIN 23 M W Planter 18,000 34,050 SC (James D.'s brother).

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Prossers Dist: Series: M593 Roll: 182 Page: 341:
1 1 IRWIN [sic] James D. 38 M W Retired Physician 9000 10,200 SC; -- Belle 28 F W GA; -- Willie D. 14 M W Attending school GA; -- James 10 M W Attending school GA; -- Harry 13 M W Attending school GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Scottsboro; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 221: 380 409 ERWIN James D. W M __ M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Belle W F 41 Wife M Keeps house GA GA GA; -- Harry W M 23 Son S Farmer GA SC GA; -- James 21 Son S Farmer GA SC GA.

Obituary:
Dr. James D. Erwin died at his home, in this county, Wednesday, June 29th. Dr. Erwin had been in failing health for several years, having contracted consumption, after suffering from an attack of la grippe. The dreaded disease, having fastened itself upon him, defied all human skill, and he continued to grow weaker until death came. The burial services were conducted by Rev. D. W. Brannen Thursday afternoon, and his remais laid to rest in the city cemetery.
Dr. Erwin was born in Barnwell County, S. C., Oct. 4, 1828. He graduated medicine in Charleston. Later he went to Paris, spending one year in visiting the hospitals there. After this he returned to South Carolina and practiced medicine for some time. In Midway, Georgia, Dec. 15, 1853, he married Miss Belle Tucker, daughter of Judge Daniel R. Tucker. In 1862 he moved to Washington county, Ga., and practiced medicine. He was elected Surveyor of that county, which office he held for a number of years. In 1873 he moved to Baldwin county, residing in the Southern Section. He was appointed a trustee of the asylum by General Gordon. He was afterwards elected County Surveyor.
Dr. Erwin was a leading member of the Christian church, having united with that church when a young man. He was elder in this church for a long term of years. He leaves a widow, and two sons, Messers. Harry Erwin, Jr., of this county, and J. D. Erwin, Jr., of Eatonton. Dr. Erwin was a good and useful man. In his early life he equipped himself well for life's duties, having completed his course in medicine in Europe. He loved his fellow man, and his life has been made up of kind and loving deeds. He gently rests after a long and useful life. [The Union Recorder, July 5, 1898, page 2]

James Daniel ERWIN died June 29, 1898. He and Anna Belle are buried beside each other in the family plot in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. He is buried in plot West side, Section F, Lot 54, Person 4. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 17354879 created by Jack Johnson on Jan 08, 2007:

MASONIC EMBLEM
DR. JAS. D. ERWIN
BORN
IN ERWINTON, S.C.
OCT. 4, 1829.
DIED
IN BALDWIN CO. GA.
JUNE 29, 1898

Note: James' year of birth on his headstone, 1829, differs from family records which list 1828.

James married Annabella Martha TUCKER,321,862 daughter of Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER 863 and Martha M. A. GOODE,122,863 on 15 Dec 1853 in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia.86 Annabella was born on 17 Nov 1837 in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia,323 died on 17 Mar 1905323 at age 67, and was buried on 18 Mar 1905 in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. Another name for Annabella was Anna Belle TUCKER.

General Notes: "Annabella Martha ERWIN wife of Dr. James D. ERWIN born Nov. 17th 1835" [Handwritten on a "Family Record" page in the Family Bible of Dr. James Daniel Erwin, Jr. the Bibble is in the possession of Mary Ellen Erwin Pounds.]

Annabella Martha TUCKER, daughter of Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER and Martha M. A. GOODE, married Dr. James Daniel ERWIN was the sister of Mary A. TUCKER who married James' brother, Ulysses Manor ERWIN.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, 321-Militia Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 178 Page: 325:
219 225 ERWIN Annabella Head W F Nov 1837 62 Wd GA GA GA; -- Mary B. GrDau W F Nov 1884 15 S GA GA GA; -- James D. GrSon W M Oct 1889 10 S GA GA GA; -- Robert GrSon W M Mch 1897 3 S GAGA GA.
NOTE: A double entry for Annabella ERWIN and the children of James Daniel ERWIN and Eloise Withers THOMAS in the 1900 census: Baldwin and Putnam counties border each other.
1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Putnam County, Eatonton; Series: T623 Roll: 217 Page: 306: 303 311 ERWIN James D. Head W M Jan 1859 41 M 1 SC GS SC Express agent; -- Mary R. Wife W F Mar 1874 26 M 1 0 0 AL AL --; -- Mary B. Dau W F Nov 1885 14 S GA SC AL; -- James D. Son W M Oct 1890 9 S GA SC AL; -- Robert Son W M Mar 1897 3 S GA SC AL; ERWIN Mrs Anna B. Mother W F Feb 1837 63 Wd - 3 2 GA GA GA Landlady.

The Atlanta Constitution (1881-2001); Mar 19, 1905; ProQuest Historical Newspapers Atlanta Constitution (1868 - 1942) pg. 6:
Mrs. Anna ERWIN, Milledgeville, Ga.
"Milledgeville, Ga., March 18. -- (Special.) Mrs. Anna Belle ERWIN was buried in this city this evening. She was formerly Miss Anna Belle TUCKER, of this city, and the widow of the late Dr. James D. ERWIN. She was 68 years old."

Anna Belle and James ERWIN are buried beside each other in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. She is in plot West side, Section F, Lot 54, Person 5. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 17354856 created by Jack Johnson on Jan 08, 2007:

ANNA BELLE
ERWIN.
BORN
NOV. 17, 1837.
DIED
MAR. 17, 1905.

CONFUSION factor: There are two Annabelle TUCKERs, first cousins who both married in 1853 in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia.
Anna Belle TUCKER, born 17 Nov 1837, daughter of Daniel R. TUCKER and Martha M. A. GOODE, married James Daniel ERWIN on 15 December 1853.
Annabelle Julia TUCKER, born 15 January 1834, daughter of Daniel's brother, Harper TUCKER and Mary BIVENS, married Samuel Ebenezer BOTHWELL on 23 March 1853.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1376 M    i. William Daniel ERWIN 322,864 was born on 10 Oct 1854 in South Carolina,323 died on 27 Jul 1875323 at age 20, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.

+ 1377 M    ii. Harry Howard ERWIN 322,864 was born on 13 Jun 1856 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.865

+ 1378 M    iii. James Daniel ERWIN III 322,864 was born on 8 Jan 1859 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina,866 died on 11 Dec 1936 in Baldwin County, Georgia323 at age 77, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.323

467. Julia Caroline ERWIN 86 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 9 Mar 1831 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died before 1849 in South Carolina, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Died young. Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina: Sacred; to the memory of; Julia Caroline; daughter of James and Sarah Erwin; of Barnwell District, So. Ca.; departed this life in the hope of a glor...; immortality through our Lord Jesus Christ; [much more, illegible, stone broken]" [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

468. Robert ERWIN 321 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 31 Mar 1832 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina324 and died on 26 Nov 1893 in Tate Springs, Tennessee at age 61.

General Notes: In the 1850 U.S. Census of Barnwell county, South Carolina, Robert Erwin, age 18, resides in the home of his parents, James and Sarah Erwin.

The subscriber offers for sale his PLANTATION, containing 3600 acres of excellent planting land, situated on the waters of Savannah River and Briar Creek, one mile from Erinton, Barnwell District, South Carolina. There are on the place, a good mansion,recently erected, with all necessary outbuildings, garden, fruit trees, &c. A new fouhorse steam engine just put up, for grinding and ginning, and all buildings pertaining to planting purposes. The place is in good repair, and is considered one of the best Plantations in Barnwell District. For further particulars, apply to ROBERT ERWIN, Commission Merchant, Savannah, Ga., or to JAS. D. ERWIN, Erwinton, S. C. [The Charleston Mercury, Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, September 19, 1857, Page 3]

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatam County, 3-Dist Savannah, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 115 Page: 249 (Partial household): 18992 1894 James GALLAUDET 65 M W Com Merchant & Factor 10,000 20,000 Phildelphia, PA; Margaret S. " 55 F W Savannah, GA; ...; Robert ERWIN 28 M W Com Merchant 3,000 96,000 Barnwell Dist, SC; Margaret A. " 26 F W Savannah, GA; Robert G. " 6 M W Savannah, GA; James B. " 4 M W Savannah, GA; ...

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatam County, Savannah, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 141 Page: 173: 810 833 ERWIN Robert 38 M W Cotton merchant --- 10,000 SC; -- Margaret 36 F W Keeping house GA; -- Robert G. 16 At house GA; -- James B. 14 M W GA; GALLAUDET James 74 M W Retired merchant 15,000 20,000 Connecticut; -- Margaret 64 F W At home GA.

Robert married Margaret Anne GALLAUDET,324 daughter of James GALLAUDET 324 and Margaret Stephens BRAILSFORD,324 in 1853. Margaret was born on 2 Feb 1834 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia,324 died on 20 Nov 1919 in Chatham County, Georgia at age 85, and was buried on 22 Nov 1919 in Chatham County, Georgia.

General Notes: 1910 GEORGIA CHATHAM 2-MILITIA DIST; Series: T624 Roll: 177 Page: 309: ERWIN MARGARET D 76 F W GA (as indexed). This census page is very very light and mostly illegible. ERWIN Margaret B. 76 F W W(idow) - 2 1 GA PA GA can be made out; the relationship cannot, nor can the head of household, but it may be her son, James B. ERWIN, wife Cynthia M., and a daughter, but nothing more of certainty.

Obituary: Savannah, Nov. 20. - Mrs. Robert Erwin, mother of Gen. James B. Erwin, died here this morning at an advanced age. General Erwin was with her, having come down from Fort Oglethorpe several days ago. [The Macon Telegraph, Friday, November 21, 1919, Page 5.]

Burial: Savannh, Nov. 23. - The mother of General James Erwin, commandant of Fort McPherson, and mother of the late Robert Erwin, who was president of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, was buried here yesterday afternoon. She was 85 years old and prominently connected. [The Augusta Chronicle, Sunday, November 23, 1919, Page 18]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1379 M    i. Robert Gallaudet ERWIN 324,867 was born on 6 May 1854 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia324 and died on 13 Jan 1906 in Saybrook, Connecticut at age 51.

+ 1380 M    ii. Brigadier General James Brailsford ERWIN, USA, WW I 324 was born on 29 Jul 1856 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, died in Jul 1924 at age 68, and was buried in Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum, Saint Louis County, Missouri.

469. Lt. Ulysses Manor ERWIN, CSA 321 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 12 Jun 1834 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina,323 died on 15 Jul 1890 in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia323 at age 56, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. Another name for Ulysses was Ulysses M. IRWIN.868

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville P. O., 2 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 140 Page 164: 42 42 Ulyses M IRWIN 25 M W Farmer 9,000 31,000 SC; Mary A. " 24 F W GA; Augustus R. " 5 M W GA.

According his wife's Confederate Widow's Pension Application, Ulysses Maner ERWIN served the Confederacy in Capt. E. P. HOWELL's Company, Light Artillery, from 1862 to 1864. Witness statements attached to the application state that Lt. U. M. ERWIN served in Howell's Battery and contracted pneumonia at Camp Arnold in Bryan County, Georgia from discharging his duties, exposure, and camp life and became unable to perform his duty in the military service.

1870 0 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Bucks District, Hebron P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 182 Page: 339: 194 191 ERWIN U. M. 36 M W Farmer 1000 1900 SC; -- Mary A. 35 F W Keeping house GA; -- A. R. 15 M W Attending school GA; -- Mattie 8 F W GA; -- Daniel 8/12 M W GA Apl.

Ulysses is buried by his wife, Mary Ann TUCKER, in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. His grave is indexed as: "Ulysses Maner Erwin Jun 12, 1834 Jul 15, 1890 West side, Section F, Lot 54, Person 1 Inscription and Notes: b. Erwinton, Barnwell Co. SC d. Milledgeville Service: Military Service: Confederate States of America Martin's Battery Western Army" (Note: "Martin's Battery" appears to be in error. RLD) (http://www.friendsofcems.org/MemoryHill/SQLSelectWar.asp?WarOpt=C)

Ulysses married Mary Ann TUCKER,862,869 daughter of Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER 863 and Martha M. A. GOODE,122,863 on 15 Feb 1854.868.,869 Mary was born on 15 Feb 1834 in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia,870 died on 26 Aug 1905 in Baldwin County, Georgia323 at age 71, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.

General Notes: Mary A. TUCKER was the daughter of Daniel Reese TUCKER and Martha GOODE. She married Ulysses Manor ERWIN.

In 1900, Mary A. ERVIN, widow, lives with her daughter, Martha and husband, James L. SIBLEY, and their 8 children, in Baldwin County, Georgia.

Mary filed a Confederate Widow's Pension Application, on file in the Georgia State Archives.

Mary is buried by her husband in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. Her grave is indexed as: "Mary Ann Tucker Feb 15, 1835 Aug 26, 1905 West side, Section F, Lot 54, Person 2 Inscription and Notes: d/o Martha Goode & Daniel Reese Tucker w/o Ulysses Maner Erwin"


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1381 M    i. Augustus R. ERWIN 869 was born about 1855868 and died in 1927 in Cordele, Georgia869 about age 72.

+ 1382 F    ii. Martha ERWIN 869 was born on 19 Jan 1862 in Georgia,870 died on 22 Dec 1930 in Baldwin County, Georgia869 at age 68, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.

+ 1383 M    iii. Jack ERWIN 869 was born on 10 Jun 1866 in Hebron, Washington County, Georgia.

+ 1384 M    iv. Manor Daniel ERWIN 871 was born in Apr 1869 in Washington County, Georgia872 and died about 1895871 about age 26.

+ 1385 M    v. Ulysses Maner ERWIN 323 was born on 12 Jan 1875,323 died on 25 Aug 1900 in Baldwin County, Georgia323 at age 25, and was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.

470. Annie Eliza ERWIN 278,325 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 15 Sep 1835 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 12 Aug 1911 in Richmond County, Georgia325 at age 75, and was buried on 13 Aug 1911 in Magnolia Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia.

General Notes: Annie Eliza ERWIN married Robert MARTIN, Jr. She and Robert were second cousins, their common ancestor was William O'DANIEL of White Oak Creek, Kershaw County, South Carolina, she through William's daughter Sarah who married Major James ERWIN and he through William's daughter Serena who married Robert MARTIN.

Robert died 24 May 1874.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 163 Page: 254: Walker 412 339 403 MARTIN Annie E. W F 43 Wd SC SC SC; -- Zadie W F 20 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Mattie E. W F 18 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- William W M 16 Son S Bank Clerk SC SC SC; -- Robert W M 15 Son S Tailor's Clerk SC SC SC; -- Bessie W F 12 Dau S At School SC SC SC; -- Samuel E. W M 10 Son S At School SC SC SC; -- Arthur W M 8 Son S At School GA SC SC; MILLER James B M 35 Servant M Laborer (Stable) SC SC SC; -- Lizzie B F 45 Servant M Dom. Servant SC SC SC; LEE David B M 12 Servant S Dom Servant SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, 1-Wd Augusta, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 219 Page: 184: Line 14 MARTIN Mrs. Robt Head W F Sept 1835 64 Wd 19 11 5 SC SC SC; -- Sam M. Son W M Aug 1870 30 S 19 SC SC SC Bank teller; -- Arthur Son W M Dec 1872 27 S SC SC SC Bank teller.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, 1269-Militia District, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 210 Page: 235: Henry Street x 269 280 MARTIN Annie E. Head F W 75 Wd - 9 5 SC SC SC Own income; -- William Son M W 45 M1 15 SC SC SC Real estate agent; -- Mary L. Wife F W 37 M1 15 3 3 GA GA GA; (next page) MARTIN William Jr. Grandson M W 11 S GA SC GA; -- Robert F Grandson M W 8 S GA SC GA; -- Louise Erwin Granddau F W 6 S GA SC GA; -- Arthur Son M W 36 S GA SC SC Real estate agent; -- Samuel Son M W 38 M1 4 SC SC SC Bank teller; -- Mary L. Dau-in-law F W 36 M1 4 0 SC SC SC.

Mrs. Robert Martin of Augusta [Georgia] is named as a surviving sister in the February 1911 obituary of Judge Joseph Erwin.

Annie Elizabeth Erwin Roberts is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56896139:

ANNIE ERWIN,
WIFE OF
ROBERT MARTIN.
SEPT. 15, 1835. - AUG. 12, 1911.
"HER CHILDREN ARISE UP
AND CALL HER BLESSED."

An obituary added to the memorial states in part:
MRS. ANNIE MARTIN DIED YESTERDAY
FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON
Mrs. Martin was one of the most beloved women in Augusta, particularly for her majestic character and Christian virtue.
The death is announced yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Annie Erwin Martin, relict of the late Robert Martin, at her home, on THE SAND HILLS, Augusta, Ga., in the 67th [sic, 76th] year. Funeral services at the First Christian Church this afternoon at 5 o'clock.

Annie married Lt. Col. Robert MARTIN, Jr., CSA,278 son of Robert MARTIN 75 and Milberry Serena DANIEL,73,75 on 19 Sep 1854.321 Robert was born on 12 Feb 1835 in Charleston County, South Carolina,277 died on 24 May 1874 in Richmond County, Georgia279 at age 39, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Robert MARTIN, Jr., born 12 Feb 1835, is a son of Robert MARTIN and M. Serena DANIEL. He married Annie Eliza ERWIN. Robert and Annie were second cousins, both being grandchildren of William O'DANIEL of White Oak Creek, Kershaw County, South Carolina, her by William's daughter Sarah and Major James ERWIN and him by William's daughter Serena who married Robert MARTIN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Erwinton P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 501: 559 559 Robt. MARTIN 25 M W Planter 41,400 125,000 SC, with wife Anna 24 F W SC, and children: Anna E. 4 F W SC, Nina 2 F W SC, and Sarah R. 1 F W SC.

Robert and his family have not been positively identified in the 1870 census. In this record, the ages are off. There is a 7 year jump in the ages of children from 16 to 9 years of age. The last five children's names and ages appear correct:
1870 U. S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond Twp, Allendale P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 192: 201 201 MARTIN, Robert 50 M W Farmer 20,000 3,000 SC; -- Amy (Annie) 48 F W Keeps house SC; -- Ann 20 F W Domestic help SC; -- Lena 18 F W " SC; --Sary (Gay?) 16 F W " SC; -- Martha 9 F W At home SC; -- Willi 7 M W " SC; -- Robert 5 M W " SC; -- Betty 7 F W " SC; -- Samuel 1 M W " SC.

Robert died on 24 May 1874 and is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale, County, South Carolina. "Here rests; all that was mortal; of; Robert Martin; Lt. Colonel, C. S. A.; Born in Charleston, SC; February 12th 1835; Died in Augusta, Ga.; May 24th 1874.; A loyal gentleman; A devoted patriot; A sincere Christian." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

Find A Grave Memorial# 56895783

(Duplicate Line. See Person 423)

471. Judge Joseph ERWIN, C.S.A. 321 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 22 Feb 1837 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 22 Feb 1911 in Allendale County, South Carolina at age 74, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Joseph ERWIN was a son of General James Daniel ERWIN and Sarah Ann Elizabeth ROBERT.

Joseph married Sarah Lowe TWIGGS in May 1870.
1870 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Hamilton County, Chattanooga P O, 24 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1532 Page: 649: 71 72 ERWIN Joseph 33 M W Boarding SC; -- Sarah 28 F W GA (Married in "Mch" 1870)

It may not have been a lasting marriage. By 1880, Joseph lives alone and is shown as single, "ERWIN Self M Male W 44 SC Lawyer SC SC." (1880 Census Place Allendale, Barnwell, South Carolina Family History Library Film 1255220 NA Film Number T9-1220 Page Number 24D.) Sarah is listed as widowed in 1880 and has her children with her. 1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 163 Page: 304: Sallie ERWIN Self W Female W 40 GA Keeps House GA SC; Lila ERWIN Dau S Female W 9 GA At School SC GA; Henry R. ERWIN Son S Male W 8 SC At School SC GA. (Family History Library Film 1254163 NA Film Number T9-0163 Page Number 304). "Widow" was a euphemism for divorced in these times.

The 1910 census of Richmond County, Georgia names Sarah L. TWIGGS, 71 widow, mother-in-law, living in the household of her daughter, Eliza Lila ERWIN and husband, Francis "Frank" Edward FLEMMING. Curiously, Sarah is using her maiden name, a further suggestion of her marriage status in 1880.

Find A Grave Memorial# 120330143 lists Judge Joseph Erwin's burial in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Milbury, Allendale County, South Carolina. The memorial presents this obituary:
Allendale, Feb 22 [1911] - Judge Joseph Erwin died at his home here this morning at 6 o'clock as a result of a stroke of paralysis several days ago. He was in the seventy-fourth year of his age. He was one of the best well read men in this section and was a great student of history, of which he was very fond. He was a Confederate soldier, having entered as a private in Hagood's Brigade, First South Carolina infantry. At the reorganization of this regiment he joined the Third South Carolina cavalry and served as first lieutenant of Company K the remainder of the war. After the war he adopted law as his chosen profession which he practiced until the time of his death. He was trial justice at this place for a number of years. He is survived by a daughter and a son, Mrs Frank E Fleming of Augusta, and Hal R. Erwin of this place, besides a sister, Mrs Robert Martin of Augusta. [The State, Feb 23, 1911]

Joseph married Sarah Lowe TWIGGS,297,299 daughter of George Washington Lowe TWIGGS 299,317 and Harriet Eliza DUNCAN,297,299,300 on 23 Mar 1870 in Washington County, Georgia.297.,873 Sarah was born Cal 30 Mar 1839 in South Carolina,788 died on 7 Feb 1920 in Richmond County, Georgia789 about age 80, and was buried on 8 Feb 1920 in Summerville Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia.

Marriage Notes: Joseph Erwin married Sarah L. Twiggs on 23 March 1870 in Washington County, Georgia. H. D. Duncan M.G. officiated. ["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,"]

General Notes: Sarah Lowe TWIGGS was a daughter of George L. TWIGGS and Eliza DUNCAN. She married Joseph ERWIN ob 23 March 1870 in Washington County, Georgia.
1870 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Hamilton County, Chattanooga P O, 24 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1532 Page: 649: 71 72 ERWIN Joseph 33 M W Boarding SC; -- Sarah 28 F W GA Married in "Mch"

Sarah and Joseph divorced before 1880 when she is listed in the census as "widowed" and has her children with her.
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 163 Page: 304:
Sallie ERWIN Self W Female W 40 Wd GA Keeps House GA SC;
Lila ERWIN Dau S Female W 9 GA At School SC GA;
Henry R. ERWIN Son S Male W 8 SC At School SC GA

Joseph ERWIN Self M Male W 44 SC Lawyer SC SC SC (lives alone).
1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Allendale, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 24D

The 1910 census of Richmond County, Georgia names Sarah L. TWIGGS, 71 widow, mother-in-law, living in the household of her daughter, Eliza Lila ERWIN and husband, Francis "Frank" Edward FLEMMING. Sarah is using her maiden name.

Sarah was the author of "The Supreme Adventure".

Sarah Lowe Twiggs, born in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died 7 February 1920 in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia at age 80 years, 10 months and 8 days. She was the daughter of Major George S. Twiggs and Eliza Duncan, and wife, divorced, of Judge Joseph Erwin. Informant was Mrs. Frank E. Fleming of Augusta. Interment in Summerville Cemetery on 8 February 1920.
NOTE: Sarah's age at death calculates to her being born 30 March 1839. This date is consistant in records; however, her headstone says she was born in 1849.

Sarah Lowe Twiggs is buried in Summerville Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 118227504:

SARAH LOWE TWIGGS
1849 - 1920

The memorial presents a short obituary:
TWIGGS - Died February 7, 1920, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Frank E. Fleming, 1324 Monte Sano Ave., MRS. SARAH LOWE TWIGGS. Funeral services private from the residence this Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment Summerville Cemetery.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1386 F    i. Eliza Duncan ERWIN 874 was born on 19 Dec 1872874 and died on 19 Jul 1951 at age 78.

+ 1387 M    ii. Harry Robert ERWIN 787 was born about 1872300 and died in 1926874 about age 54.

+ 1388 F    iii. Annie Lucy ERWIN 874 was born circa 1875 and died before 1 Jun 1880.

472. Samuel Maner ERWIN 321,322 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 15 Apr 1838 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 28 Feb 1875 in Allendale County, South Carolina at age 36, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina. He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond Twp, Allendale P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 195: 257 257 ERWIN Samuel 33 M W Farmer Merchant 15,000 3,000 SC; -- Sarah 63 F W Keeps house; [Samuel's mother, widow of General James Daniel ERWIN] -- Anderson 25 M W Merchant Clerk SC. [Who is Anderson?]

Samuel's grave is indexed in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina: "Samuel Maner, "C. S. V."; Son of; Gen'l J. D. and Sarah Robert; Erwin,; Born April 15th, 1838; Died February 28th, 1875." ["C.S.V" for "C.S.A."?] [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

473. Martha S. ERWIN 321 (Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN116, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 25 Feb 1840 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 19 Nov 1852 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 12, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Added to the obituary of her father, General James D. Erwin was this follow on:
"Scarcely had the last sad office been performed, and whilst the tear of affliction still moisten his grave, his youngest daughter, MARTHA, 12 years of age, was called to follow him. She died on the morning of the 19th November, and sleeps in the church yard beside her father."
[The Charleston Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Tuesday, January 4, 1853, Page 2]



Martha S. ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on ___:

SACRED
to the memory of
MARTHA S. ERWIN
who departed this life
on Nov. 19, 1852

"Sacred; to the memory of; Martha S. Erwin; who departed this life; Nov. 7, 1852; aged 12 years 8 months; . ." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

474. W. R. CANNON 82 (Sarah ERWIN119, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 4 Apr 1813.

475. James Nathaniel CANNON 82 (Sarah ERWIN119, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 22 Jun 1814.

476. John Andrews CANNON 82 (Sarah ERWIN119, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 24 Jan 1816.

John married BURR.

477. Rev. Dr. James Daniel ERWIN, CSA 327,328 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 29 Dec 1829 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 17 Mar 1909 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 79, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Erwinton P O Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 502
561 561 J D ERWIN Junr 30 M W MD 10,500 38,600 SC
Laura A. 25 F W SC
Thos. R. 5 M W SC
Clarence W. 4 M W SC
Peter A. 3 M W SC
William 4/12 M W SC.

Confederate Service Record for James Daniel Erwin of Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, in the War Between The States:
James D. Erwin, First Lieutenant, CSA, served in Johnson's Company, 1st Regiment, South Carolina Mounted Militia under Col. Wm. E. Martin.
Affiliate Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of South Carolina. Affiliate Publication Number: M381. Affiliate Film Number: 10. GS Film number: 881976.
"United States Civil War Soldiers Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FSF1-53T : accessed 30 Aug 2013), James D. Erwin, 1861-1865.]
JOHNSON'S CO. (SAVANNAH RIVER GUARDS).
Johnson, Thomas H., Captain
Erwin, James D., 1st Lieutenant
Peeples, W. B., 2nd Lieutenant
Willingham, G. L., B2nd Lieutenant
Muster Rolls: 9 Nov 1861 - 27 Jan 1862. Station: Not stated.
Raised in Barnwell District. Entered active duty at Erwinton, SC, 9 Nov 1861. This company subsequently became Co. K, 3d SC Cavalry.
[http://ehistory.osu.edu/uscw/features/regimental/south_carolina/confederate/1stscmm/units.cfm]

Rev. Dr. James Daniel Erwin was a physician and a Methodist Episcopal Minister.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond Twp, 12 August 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 196: 270 270 ERWIN James D. Jr. 40 M W Dr. M. B. Farmer 4,000 700 SC; -- Laura A. 37 F W Keeps house SC; -- Thomas 15 M W Attending school SC; -- Clarence 13 M W Attending school SC; -- Peter A. 11 M W Attending school SC; --William 9 M W At home SC; -- Renlea 6 F W at home SC; -- James D. 3 M W At home SC; -- Olen 6/12 M W At home SC April. (The "Jr." at the end of his name may have to separate him from his uncle, General James Daniel ERWIN, because James' father was Dr. William Robinson ERWIN.)

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 202: ERWIN J. D. W M 51 M Physician SC SC SC; -- L. A. W F 48 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- C. W. W M 23 Son S Physician SC SC SC; -- W. R. W M 20 Son S Farmer SC SC SC; -- Rennie W F 14 Dau S At School SC SC SC; -- James D. Jr. W M 12 Son S At School SC SC SC; -- Aurel W M 8 Son S At School SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 201: 322 327 ERWIN Dr. J. D. Head W M Dec 1829 70 M 12 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Anna B. Wife W F Oct 1841 58 M 12 1 0 SC SC SC.

The Atlanta Constitution (1881-2001); Mar 18, 1909; ProQuest Historical Newspapers Atlanta Constitution (1868 - 1942) pg. 14:
DEATH OF DR. J. D. ERWIN
----------
Well-Known South Carolinian Dies at Erwinton
Dr. James Daniel ERWIN, father of P. A. and J. L. ERWIN, of atlanta, died yesterday morning at his home in Erwinton, S. C.
He was more than eighty years old, and has been in feeble health for some time -- his heart giving way under the strain of the long illness yesterday morning.
Dr. ERWIN was a brother of Marion ERWIN, United States district of attorney of Macon, and of L. M. ERWIN of that city. The late Mrs. Evan P. HOWELL, of Atlanta, was his sister, as is Mrs. Ida L. WOODWARD, of Augusta. In addition to P. A. and J. L. ERWIN, Dr. ERWIN's surviving children are T. C. ERWIN and Dr. C. W. ERWIN, of Macon.
Dr. ERWIN was born in the house at Erwinton in which he died. Long before the civil war he was a prominent physician in that community. He was one of the organizers of the Christian church in South Carolina, with ministry of which he was identified, having no regular charge, but doing gratuitous ministerial service for many years while at the same time engaged in the practice of his profession.
Rev. James Daniel, ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina:
"Dr. J. D. Erwin; Minister of; The Christian Church; 40 years Pastor of this; Church Antioch; Born Dec. 29, 1829; Died March 17, 1909." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html. Note: This transcription gives 1900 as the year of death, a misread? ]

James married Laura Anne RAYSOR,327,332 daughter of Thomas M. RAYSOR and Hannah STOKES, on 3 Jan 1855.328 Laura was born on 15 Dec 1832 in South Carolina, died on 23 Jun 1883 in South Carolina at age 50, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1389 M    i. Thomas Raysor ERWIN 327,328 was born on 10 Oct 1855 in Allendale County, South Carolina, died on 17 Aug 1920 in Allendale County, South Carolina at age 64, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

+ 1390 M    ii. Peter A. ERWIN 327,328 was born on 20 Aug 1858 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina and died on 23 Jul 1939 in Fulton County, Georgia at age 80.

+ 1391 M    iii. Dr. Clarence W. ERWIN 327,328,875,876 was born on 22 Feb 1857 in South Carolina, died on 24 Nov 1910 in South Carolina at age 53, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

+ 1392 M    iv. William Robert ERWIN 327,328 was born in May 1860 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina877 and died before 1910 in South Carolina.

+ 1393 M    v. Sheldon Stokes ERWIN 878 was born on 10 Feb 1862 and died in Aug 1864 at age 2.

+ 1394 F    vi. Caroline Moss ERWIN 878 was born on 30 Nov 1863 in South Carolina, died on 20 Jul 1868 in South Carolina at age 4, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

+ 1395 F    vii. Rennie ERWIN 876,878 was born on 15 Feb 1866 in Allendale County, South Carolina, died on 1 Jan 1887 in Allendale County, South Carolina at age 20, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

+ 1396 M    viii. James Daniel ERWIN 876,878 was born on 7 Jan 1869.

+ 1397 M    ix. Olen ERWIN was born on 16 May 1870 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 7 Nov 1870, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1398 M    x. Aurel Maner ERWIN 329,876 was born on 19 Dec 1871 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 27 Oct 1931 in Bibb County, Georgia at age 59, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia.

James next married Anna B. MILLER 333,879 about 1887 in South Carolina.879 Anna was born on 8 Oct 1840 in South Carolina,879 died on 27 Apr 1920 at age 79, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Anna B. MILLER, wife of Dr. James Daniel ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina. Apicture of her headstone is on

:

ANNA ERWIN
WIFE OF
JAMES DANIEL
ERWIN
BORN
OCTOBER 8, 1840
DIED
APRIL 27, 1920
[http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

478. Sarah Elizabeth ERWIN 88,329,330 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 28 Apr 1832 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina,331 died on 17 May 1879 in Quitman, Brooks County, Georgia331 at age 47, and was buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Chatham County, Georgia.331

General Notes: Sarah Elizabeth Erwin was a daughter of Dr. William Robinson Erwin and Julia Caroline Robert.
Sarah married Edward Clemens Wade on 8 Nov 1853 in Barnwell County, South Carolina. They had nine children: Edward Clemens, Jr., Julia Caroline, William R., Beauregard F., Maner Lawton, Erwin Middlebrooks, Annie Elizabeth, Eva, and Charles Jenkins Wade.

Sarah Elizabeth Erwin WADE is buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery (North), Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 20316165 created by Tiff5413 on Jul 06, 2007:

S. ELIZABETH ERWIN
BELOVED WIFE OF
EDWARD C. WADE
BORN APRIL 28, 1832
DIED MAY 17, 1879

NOTE: The 1870 census lists Sarah Elizabeth Erwin WADE and family in Brooks County, Georgia. Some have said that Sarah E. WADE was buried in West End Cemetery, Brooks County, Georgia, but the Sarah E. WADE buried there is Sarah E. BOWIE who died in 1909, the wife of James Dawson WADE. [Find A Grave Memorial# 65197387]

Sarah married Edward Clemens WADE 329,330 on 8 Nov 1853 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.331 Edward was born on 25 Aug 1830 in Newton County, Georgia,880 died on 5 Apr 1911 in Orleans Parish, Louisiana880 at age 80, and was buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Chatham County, Georgia.880

General Notes: Edward Clemens WADE was born 25 August 1830 in Oxford, Newton County, Georgia.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatham County, 4-Dist, Savannah; Series: M653 Roll: 115 Page: 348: 2539 2526 Edward C. WADE 30 M Corn(?) Merchant and Factor 21,500 15,000 Newton Co., GA; Sarah E. " 28 F Barnwell Dist, SC; Edward C. " 6 M Barnwell Dist, SC; Julia C. " 2 F Savannah, GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Quitman P O; Series: M593 Roll: 137 Page: 78: 8 8 WADE Edward 39 M W Farmer 20,000 5000 GA; -- Sarah 38 F W Keeping house SC; -- Edward 15 M W Attending school SC; -- Beauregard 9 M W Attending school SC; -- Maner 7 M W At home Twins GA; -- Erwin 7 M W At home Twins GA; -- Anne 5 F W At home GA; -- Charlie 3 M W At home GA; GREEN Rose 50 F B Domestic Servant GA; -- Hattie 14 F B Domestic Servant GA; LANE Sandy 50 M B Domestic Servant GA; WALLER Matilda 45 F W Domestic Servant GA; -- Fannie 14 F W Domestic Servant GA; -- Porter 7 M W P O Porter GA; -- John 2 M W At home GA.

Edward was widowed in 1879. He had boarders living with him in 1880, but none of his children. His twin sons Maner and Erwin, age 17, reside in Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia in the household of Robert RAINS [sic].
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatham County, 4-Dist, Savannah; Series: T9 Roll: 138 Page: 432: Bull St 11/2 188 217 WADE Edward C. W M 49 Wd Collector Int. Rev. GA TN GA; CHESNUT Columbus H. W M 43 S Corn Merchant NC NC NC; SYBERG Peterson E. W M 49 Wd Ship Broker Denmark Denmark Denmark; -- John W M 4 S At home GA Denmark Denmark; NARTCHES(?) Henry W M 22 S Telegraph Opr. GA GA GA; SMITH Arabert B. W M 39 S Druggist NY NY NY; STEPHENS Henry L. W M 38 S Gen Broker NH VT NH; KETCHUM William E. W M 35 - Merchant NH -- --.

1900 U.S. Census, California, Los Angeles County, 9-Wd Los Angeles; Series: T623 Roll: 90 Page: 211: Tahoma St 643 22 22 WADE Edward C. Head W M Aug 1830 69 M 47 GA GA GA Real estate agent; -- Erwin M. Son W M Feb 1863 37 S GA GA GA Assayer & Chemist; -- Maynor [sic] L. Son W M Feb 1863 37 S GA GA GA; MURPHY Jennie E. Housekeeper W F Dec 1871 28 Wd 15 4 2 MO VA VA.

1910 U.S. Census, California, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles; Series: T624 Roll: 80 Page: 132: 626 265 225 WADE Erwin Head M W 49 M1 9 GA GA GA Assayer; -- Francis [sic] Wife F W 45 M1 9 4 3 TX FL VA; -- Frances Dau F W 7 S CA GA TX; -- Catherine Dau F W 5 S CA GA TX; -- Maner Son M W 3 S CA GA TX; -- Edward Father M W 80 Wd 25 GA TN TN None; -- Maner Brother M W 47 S GA GA GA None.

Edward is buried beside his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Erwin, in Laurel Grove Cemetery (North), Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24395198 created by Linda Davis-Jenkins on Feb 04, 2008:

EDWARD CLEMENS
WADE
BORN AUG. 25, 1830
DIED APRIL 5, 1911

On the memorial is this article on his burial:
FUNERAL OF COL. WADE
His Body Laid To Rest In Savannah Cemetery
Savannah, GA, April 8 - Special-
With a simple service the remains of Col. Edward C. Wade,"the Wade who never seceded" who at one time was one of the wealthiest merchants of Savannah and who was a picturesque character during the Civil War, were laid to rest this afternoon in Laurel Grove Cemetery beside his wife, who died here many years ago.
The remains of Col. Wade arrived from New Orleans, where he died Wednesday when en route to Cocoa, Fla., from his home Los Angeles, Cal. Accompanying the remains was Mr. Lawton Wade a son of the deceased and a prominent business man of Los Angeles. Col. Wade left Savannah in 1885, after having served here as collector of internal revenue.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1399 M    i. Edward Clemens WADE, Jr. 329,330 was born on 8 Jan 1855 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina330 and died on 13 Oct 1927 in Las Cruces, New Mexico at age 72.

+ 1400 F    ii. Julia Caroline WADE 330,881 was born about 1857 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia330 and died before 1870.

+ 1401 M    iii. William R. WADE 881 was born about 1859 and died about 1859.

+ 1402 M    iv. Beauregard F. WADE 881,882 was born on 19 Feb 1861 in Georgia.882

+ 1403 M    v. Maner Lawton WADE 881,882 was born on 11 Feb 1863 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia883 and died on 3 Feb 1915 in Los Angeles County, California at age 51.

+ 1404 M    vi. Erwin Middlebrooks WADE 881,882 was born on 11 Feb 1863 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia883 and died on 23 Apr 1917 in Los Angeles County, California at age 54.

+ 1405 F    vii. Annie Elizabeth WADE 882,884 was born on 17 Sep 1864 in Pierce County, Georgia,885 died on 8 Feb 1939 in Bibb County, Georgia803 at age 74, and was buried in Laurel Grove Cemetery (North), Chatham County, Georgia.803

+ 1406 F    viii. Eva WADE 886 was born in 1866 and died before 1870.

+ 1407 M    ix. Charles Jenkins WADE 882,887 was born on 17 Sep 1867 in Quitman, Brooks County, Georgia882 and died in 1924 at age 57.

479. Ann Marion ERWIN 332 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 17 Jun 1834 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 28 Nov 1834 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Ann Marion ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale county, South Carolina: "Ann Marion Erwin; Daughter; of; W. R. and Julia C. E.; Erwin; departed this life; on 28th of Nov 18-4;Aged " [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

480. William ERWIN 88,333 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 25 Mar 1836 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina and died on 8 Sep 1858 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 22.

481. Lt. Ephraim A. S. ERWIN, CSA 88,332 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 31 Jul 1838 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 7 Sep 1863 in Fort Moultrie, Charleston, South Carolina at age 25, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "EPHRAIM ERWIN was killed, by the bursting of a shell from the gunboats of the enemy, at Fort Moultrie, September 1863. He was a Lieutenant in the regular service there, and had always been diligent from the commencement of our struggle for independence. He understood our cause, and made all his virtues subservient to his patriotism. His loving mother, his young wife, nor his church, nor his friends - all of whom he loved so much - could divert him from the zealous business of his ardent patriotism... He was the son of Mrs. Julia Erwin, relict of the late Dr. Erwin, of Barnwell District, South Carolina." [The Charleston Mercury, Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, September 19, 1863, Page 1]

Ephraim A. S. ERWIN is buried in Antioch Christian Church Cemetery, Milbury, Allendale County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 130390063:

EPHRAIM A. S.
ERWIN
Born July 31, 1838
Died in
the faith of Christ
Sept. 7, 1863

Near Charleston, South Carolina, on Sullivan's Island, sits Fort Moultrie. For two centuries, it has provided seacoast defense for the area and is the site for the first decisive victory in the American Revolution and firing on Fort Sumter during the first battle of the Civil War. Those stationed at Fort Moultrie defended the seacoast with determination and bravery. From the American Revolution until the end of World War II, it guarded the harbor. After the end of World War II, in 1947, the Army lowered the flag at Fort Moultrie. The land was turned over to South Carolina. In 1960, it was transferred to the National Park Service and became part of the Fort Sumter National Monument.

Ephraim married Kitty TATE 332 in 1861. Kitty was born about 1842 in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia and died on 16 Feb 1929 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia about age 87.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1408 F    i. Ephie ERWIN 332 was born on 12 Jan 1864 in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia.87

482. Rebecca ERWIN 333 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 2 Aug 1840 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 14 Nov 1840 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Rebecca ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina: "Sacred; to the memory of; Rebecca; Daughter of William R. &; Julia C. Erwin; who departed this life; 14th November 1840; Aged 3 months; & 12 days." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]

483. Julia Adelaide ERWIN 88,333,334 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 17 Jan 1842 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 29 Jan 1906 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia at age 64, and was buried in Westview Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia.

General Notes: Julia Adelaide ERWIN married Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, C.S.A..

Julia HOWELL's niece, Annie Elizabeth WADE, wife of Judge Thomas Fayette Miller, published "Our Family Circle" in 1931. The book is a wide ranging presentation of the family relationships of her Landgrave SMITH, Robert, Bostick, Lawton, Grimball, Erwin, Stafford, and Maner families, including the Hyrnes, Screvens, Jaudons, Rhodes, Daniels, Willinghams, Baynards, Pollhills, Goldwires, and Caters. The 550 page publication was:
"Dedicated
To the Memory of Her Who Was
Ever Loyal to the Family Circle;
High or Low, Rich or Poor, She
Loved them All - Dear Aunt
JULIA HOWELL

Julia married Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA,332,334 son of Clark HOWELL 889 and Effiah Jane PARK,889 on 5 Jun 1861 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.888 Evan was born on 10 Dec 1839 in Warsaw, Forsyth County, Georgia, died on 6 Aug 1905 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia at age 65, and was buried on 8 Aug 1905 in Westview Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville P O Series: M653 Roll: 140 Page: 162: HOWELL, Evan P 20 M W GA. This census page shows that Evan Park HOWELL, Lawyer, was living in the household of James S. HOOK, 36, and his wife Emily J., 28, and their 3 young children. James S. is also a lawyer with real estate and personal estate of 3,600 and 12,300. A physician, Edward B. HOOK, Sr., 38, is also in the household with estates of 2,000 and 20,000.

Listed in the Order of Battle - Confederate
ORGANIZATION OF CONFEDERATE FORCES
ARMY OF VICKSBURG
Lt. Gen. John C. PembertonVicksburg, Mississippi is
WALKER'S DIVISION
Maj. Gen. William H.T. Walker
Wilson's Brigade
Col. Claudius C. Wilson
25th Georgia, Lt. Col. Andrew J. Williams
29th Georgia, Col. William J. Young
30th Georgia, Col. T.W. Mangham
1st Georgia Sharpshooter Battalion, Maj. Arthur Shaaff
4th Louisiana Infantry Battalion, Lt. Col. John McEnery
Martin's Georgia Battery, Lt. Evan P. Howell
[http://www.nps.gov/vick/historyculture/order-of-battle-confederate.htm]
WALKERS-WILSONS BRIGADE.
Brig. Gen. W. H. T. Walker;
Col. C. C. Wilson.
25th Georgia, Lieut. Col. A. J. Williams.
29th Georgia, Col. William J. Young.
30th Georgia, Col. Thomas W. Mangham
1st Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters, Maj. Arthur Shaaff
4th Louisiana Battalion, Lieut. Col. J.McEnery.
Capt. Robert Martin.
Martin's (Georgia) Battery, I
[Lieut. E. P. Howell.]
The brigade was ordered from South Carolina about May 5,
1863, by Gen. Beauregard. It was engaged at Jackson, Mississippi,
May 14, casualties not reported.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, 4-Wd Atlanta; Series: M593 Roll: 151 Page: 250, 29 July 1870, shows 19 19 HOWELL E. P. 30 M W Lawyer 10,000 500, GA and wife, Julia A. 28 W F SC, with children: Clark 7 M W GA, Albert 4 M W GA, and Effie, 3/12 F W GA. They have 3 domestic servants.

"Evan Park HOWELL (1839-1905), after serving as a Confederate captain, moved to Alanta as a newspaper reporter, lawyer, and politician. In 1876 he bought an interest in the Atlanta Constitution and became its editor, a position he held until 1897. He employed the more famous Henry W. GRADY as managing editor. From 1903 to 1905 he was mayor of Atlanta. (The Booker T. Washington Papers, page 462.)

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, West End; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page: 133: 38 56 HOWELL Evan P. W M 40 M Editor Paper GA NC GA; -- Julia A. W F 38 Keeps House SC SC SC; -- Clark W M 16 Son S Attending School SC GA SC; -- Albert W M 14 Son S Attending School GA GA SC; -- Effie P. W F 10 Dau S Attending School GA GA SC; Ida E. W F 6 Dau S Attending School GA GA SC; Rosalie W. W F 3 Dau S GA GA SC; Anna W. W F 1 Dau S GA GA SC.

BIOGRAPHY: HOWELL, Evan Park, journalist, was born in Warsaw, Milton county, Ga., Dec. 10, 1839; son of Clark and Effie (Park) Howell ; grandson of Evan Howell and of James Park; and a descendant of Joseph Howell, of Cabarrus county, N.C., whose father came from Wales; and of James Park, of Virginia, whose ancestors came from Scotland. He was educated at the Georgia Military institute, and the Lumpkin law school, Athens, Ga., and was admitted to the bar in 1859. On April 7, 1861, he entered the Confederate army as orderly sergeant of Co. E, let regiment Georgia volunteers. He was promoted lieutenant in May, 1861, and served as first lieutenant until the regiment was discharged in May, 1862, the term of enlistment having expired. His company was immediately reorganized as an artillery company and he was made' captain. His battery was part of the garrison of Port McAllister, near Savannah, and with the 7th Georgia cavalry protecting the rear of the fort and the part of the coast near the Ogeechee river. His battery was ordered to Mississippi with Walker's brigade, under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, to the relief of Vicksburg in June,1863. He was in the two days' battle at Jackson, Miss., after the fall of Vicksburg, and in the several engagements that followed. His battery commenced the fight at Chickamauga Creek, and was in all fighting from Chattanooga to Atlanta and around Atlanta, being so badly disabled at Jonesboro that General Claiborne sent it to Macon to recruit, where it remained until the war ended. On returning home Captain Howell worked on a farm near Atlanta and in 1867 was city editor of the Atlanta Intelligencer, but soon resumed the practice of law. He was solicitor-general of his judicial circuit, 1869-75, and state senator, 1872-77. He purchased a half-interest in the Atlanta Constitution in November, 1876, and was editor-in-chief of the paper and president of the corporation for twenty years. In 1881 he sold a fourth-interest to Henry W. Grady, and made him managing editor of the paper. He sold his remaining interest in the paper in 1896 for $100,000 in cash and retired from journalism. He was elected a director in all the various railroads converging at Atlanta; director in the two national expositions held at Atlanta; president of the Kimball House company, and a commissioner in charge of the erection of the state capitol. He declined the appointment of U.S. consul at Manchester, England, tendered to him by President Cleveland in 1885; served as a delegate to the Democratic National conventions of 1876, 1880, 1884 and 1896, and was on the committee on resolutions at each of the four conventions. In 1898 President McKinley appointed him on the commission to investigate the conduct of the war with Spain. His contributions to political literature in the campaigns of 1896 and 1900 were widely read. (The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume V H, by Howell, George Rogers)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1409 M    i. Clark HOWELL, Sr. 334 was born on 21 Sep 1863 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina890 and died in 1936 in Georgia at age 73.

+ 1410 M    ii. Albert J. HOWELL 315,334,766,891 was born on 5 Jan 1866 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1411 F    iii. Effie Park HOWELL 334 was born on 14 Apr 1870 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.892

+ 1412 F    iv. Ida E. HOWELL 893 was born on 11 Jul 1873 in Fulton County, Georgia.893

+ 1413 F    v. Rosalie W. HOWELL 893 was born on 31 Jan 1877 in Fulton County, Georgia.893

+ 1414 F    vi. Adelaide W. HOWELL 891 was born on 21 May 1879 in Fulton County, Georgia.

+ 1415 M    vii. Evan Park HOWELL, Jr. 894,895 was born on 13 Sep 1881 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

484. Alpheus Eugene ERWIN 88 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 29 Jan 1846 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina and died on 17 Jan 1885 at age 38.

General Notes: Alpheus Eugene ERWIN married Mary Isabel BAKER. The 1870 census lists "A. E." 24 and "May I." (or T.?) 19 living in the boarding house of M.A. BAKER, apparently a widow. She has a daughter Mary, also age 19; is she also the "May", wife of A. E. and listed twice?

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatham County, Savannah; Series: M593 Roll: 141 Page: 351: 46 50 BAKER M. A. 46 F W Landlady --- 500 SC; -- Elizabeth 23 F W At home SC; -- Julia 21 F W At home SC; -- Mary 19 F W At home SC; -- Frances 17 F W At home SC; -- Louise 15 F W At school SC; -- Kate 13 F W At school GA; HUNT A. E. 55 F W GA; -- James 32 M W RR Engineer GA; -- Albert 21 M W RR Engineer GFA; WALSH, Anthony 32 M W Printer GA; -- Kate 23 F W SC; ERWIN A. E. 24 M W Bookkeeper SC; -- May I. (T.?) 19 F W SC; BROWN F. S. 30 F W Seamstress CT.

This appears to be A. E. ERWIN, bookkeeper, named as ERVIN in the 1880 census of Montgomery, Alabama. States of birth are mixed up and his wife is "Emma"(?), but the children's names are correct and ages are appropriate. A.E.'s and Emma's fathers/ places of birth as listed may be Russia or Prussia(?).
1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 3-WD Montgomery; Series: T9 Roll: 26 Page: 121: 54 54 ERVIN A. E. W M 33 M Bookkeeper SC ?? FL; -- Emma W F 31 Wife M GA ?? FL; -- Lilley WF 9 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Julia W F 5 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Belle WF 2 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Eugene WM 1/12 May Son S GA GA GA.

Alpheus married Mary Isabel BAKER on 10 Oct 1866 in Barnwell County, South Carolina. Mary was born about 1850 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1416 F    i. Elizabeth ERWIN 896 was born on 15 May 1871 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1417 F    ii. Julia Caroline ERWIN 897,898 was born on 21 Feb 1875 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.

+ 1418 F    iii. Mary Isabel ERWIN 897 was born on 7 Oct 1878 in Montgomery, Greene County, Alabama and died circa 1880 about age 2.

+ 1419 M    iv. Alpheus Eugene ERWIN, Jr. 897 was born on 18 Apr 1881 in Augusta, Georgia and died circa 1883 about age 2.

+ 1420 F    v. Emily Howell ERWIN 897 was born on 29 Dec 1883 in Augusta, Georgia and died circa 1885 about age 2.

485. Lenoir Moss ERWIN 88,333,335 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 24 Dec 1848 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 17 Feb 1940 at age 91, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia.

General Notes: 1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, Macon, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 180 Page: 124: Line 98 ERWIN Lenoir M. Head W M Dec 1849 50 M 20 SC SC SC _________; -- Helen Wife W F Jan 1860 40 M 20 3 3 GA NY NY; -- Meta Dau W F July 1880 19 S GA SC GA; (cont'd page 125) Erwin Helen Dau W F June 1882 17 S GA SC GA; -- Louise Dau W F Feby 1888 12 S GA SC GA; WOODWARD Ida Sister W F Feby 1852 48 W SC SC SC; -- Daisy Niece W F Aug 1883 16 S GA SC SC; -- Ida L. Niece W F Dec 1885 14 S GA SC SC; -- Erwin Nephew W M Aug 1887 12 S GA SC SC; OLIPHANT Homer J. Partner W M July 1868 M 3 TX Un Un; -- Agnes Wife W F Aug 1870 29 M 3 1 0 GA Germany Ireland.

Find A Grave Memorial# 56865682

Lenoir married Helen Pruyn ROOSEVELT,333,335,899 daughter of Dr. Cornelius James ROOSEVELT 900 and Margaret PRUYN,900 on 15 Oct 1879 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.333 Helen was born on 4 Jan 1859 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia,899 died on 11 Apr 1925 at age 66, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia.

General Notes: "HELEN PRUYN ROOSEVELT (Cornelius J.), b. January 4, 1859, Macon, Ga. Residence, Macon, Ga. Married, October 15, 1879, Macon, Ga., Lenair M. ERWIN, b. December 24, 1848, in Erwinton, Barnwell County, S. C, son of William and Julia Caroline (Robert) ERWIN of South Carolina. Graduate Mercer University Law School, Macon, Ga., 1876. Deputy clerk United States Court and United States Commissioner, Macon, Ga. Their children are :
META ROOSEVELT ERWIN, b. July 17, 1880, at Macon, Ga.
HELEN PRUYN ERWIN, b. June 5, 1882, at Macon, Ga.
LOUISE ERWIN, b. Feb. 14, 1888, at Macon, Ga."
9 [The Roosevelt genealogy, 1649-1902, p. 99]

Find A Grave Memorial# 56865617


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1421 F    i. Meta Roosevelt ERWIN 901 was born on 17 Jul 1880 in Bibb County, Georgia.335,899

+ 1422 F    ii. Helen Pruyn ERWIN 901,902 was born on 5 Jun 1882 in Bibb County, Georgia.337,899

+ 1423 F    iii. Louise ERWIN 901 was born on 14 Feb 1888 in Bibb County, Georgia.337,899

486. Ida Leila ERWIN 278,336,337 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 22 Feb 1852 in Erwinton, Barnwell County, South Carolina337 and died on 5 May 1921 in Augusta, Georgia at age 69.

General Notes: In the 1900 census of Bibb County, Georgia, Ida WOODWARD, 48, born Feby 1852, widow, and three of her children, Daisy, 16, Isaac, 14, and Erwin, 12, live in the household of her brother, Lenoir M. ERWIN. [Series: T623 Roll: 180 Page: 125]

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, 1269 Militia District; Series: T624 Roll: 210 Page: 239: Henry Street X 15 16 WOODWARD Ida L. Head F W 58 Wd - 6 4 SC SC SC Own income;
-- Ida H. Dau F W 24 S GA SC SC Own income;
SMALLEY Paul Servant M Mu 20 M1 0 GA DK DK Gardener Private family;
-- Ethel Servant F Mu 19 M1 0 GA GA GA Cook Private family;
-- Alberta Servant F Mu 18 S GA DK DK Nurse Private family.

Ida married James F. WOODWARD 332 on 2 Jun 1874 in Fulton County, Georgia. James was born about 1848 in South Carolina and died after 1887 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.

Marriage Notes: James F. Woodward married Ida L. Erwin on 2 June 1874 in Fulton County, Georgia. "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWHS-3NT : accessed 09 Nov 2012), James F. Woodward and Ida L. Erwin, 02 Jun 1874.]

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1424 F    i. Eleanor Vail WOODWARD 336 was born on 15 Jul 1875 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.

+ 1425 F    ii. Julia WOODWARD 903 was born circa 1878.

+ 1426 M    iii. James F. WOODWARD, Jr. 903 was born circa 1881.

+ 1427 F    iv. Daisy WOODWARD 337,765,903 was born on 13 Aug 1883 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia,337 died on 11 May 1976 in Richmond County, Georgia at age 92, and was buried on 13 May 1976 in Westover Memorial Park, Richmond County, Georgia.

+ 1428 F    v. Ida Howell WOODWARD 337,903 was born on 15 Dec 1885 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia,337 died on 2 May 1915 in Bibb County, Georgia at age 29, and was buried on 3 May 1915 in Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia.

+ 1429 M    vi. Lenore Erwin WOODWARD 337,903,904 was born on 11 Aug 1887 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.337

487. Marion ERWIN 278,333,338 (Dr. William Robinson ERWIN121, Sarah DANIEL20, William II3, William I1) was born on 3 Mar 1855 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 19 Apr 1924 in Nassau County, New York at age 69, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.

General Notes: Marion ERWIN was born 3 March 1855 per Our Family Circle. The 1900 census provides an alternate birth year of March 1856.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, Macon, 3-Wd; Series: T623 Roll: 181 Page: 207: College Street 385 11 11 ERWIN, Marion Head W M Mar 1856 44 M 16 SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Elizabeth M. Wife W F Mar 1854 42[?] M 16 3 3 GA GA NY; -- Zaddie Dau W F Dec 1884 15 S GASC GA; -- Marguarite Dau W F May 1886 14 S GA SC GA; -- Elizabeth M. Dau W F Apr 1890 10 S GA SC GA; WOLHAUPTER Mary H. Sister Law W F Apr 1858 42 S GA GA NY.

1910 U.S. Census, New York, New York County, 12-Wd Manhatten; Series: T624 Roll: 1024 Page: 187:West 105 76 ERWIN, Marion Lodger M W 55 M1 26 SC SC SC Lawyer General Practice; -- Elizabeth M. Lodger F W 48 M1 26 3 3 GA GA GA. Marion and Elizabeth's children are no longer in their household. Zaidee and her husband, Guy JOHNSON also live in Manhatten, New York. Marguarite, 23, single, lives with her sister's family. Elizabeth and her husband, Guy JOHNSON, live in Bergen County, New Jersey.

Obituary: Funeral services for Marion Erwin, former United States district attorney, who died suddenly at his home in Garden City, N. Y., will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the First Christian Church, Rev. B. F. Foster, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Riverside Cemetery. Mr. Erwin was well known here and throughout Georgia. At the time of his death he was the head of the firm of Erwin, Fried and Czaki, of New york, but before leaving Macon he was United States district attorney in Georgia. L. M. Erwin, clerk of the United States Court here, is a brother of the deceased. The body of Mr. Erwin is expected to arrive from New York today. Besides his brother here and his wife, Mr. Erwin is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Guy E. Johnson, of Summit, N. J.; Mrs. John Bruns, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; and Mrs. Raymond Cooper, of Nyack, N. Y. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Wednesday, April 23, 1924, Page 7]

Find A Grave Memorial# 56865713

Marion married Elizabeth Morris WOLHAUPTER,333 daughter of WOLHAUPTER, on 5 Mar 1884. Elizabeth was born on 5 Mar 1862 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia,338 died on 26 Jan 1933 in Bibb County, Georgia at age 70, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia.

General Notes: Elizabeth Morris Wolhaupter Erwin is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 159097229:

ELIZABETH M. WOLHAUPTER
WIFE OF
MARION ERWIN
MAR. 5, 1862
JAN. 1933

The memorial lists her birth in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, and her death in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. It also links to memorials for her parents and siblings, but whose surname is whose is on headstones as "WOOLHOPTER."


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1430 F    i. Zaidee ERWIN 903 was born in Dec 1884 in Bibb County, Georgia338 and died on 10 Apr 1956 in Horry County, South Carolina at age 71.

+ 1431 F    ii. Marguerite ERWIN 905 was born in May 1886 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia.338

+ 1432 F    iii. Elizabeth M. ERWIN 905 was born in Apr 1890 in Bibb County, Georgia.338

488. Adeline Elizabeth RICE 90,316 (Mary R. DANIEL124, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 2 Feb 1825 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,340,341 died on 31 Mar 1914 in Richland County, South Carolina340 at age 89, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Adeline Elizabeth Rice Dau. of Charles Henry & Mary R. Daniels [sic] Rice, Sr. B. February 02, 1825 D. March 31, 1914 D. Columbia, S.C. Husband: William H. Thompson B. 1816 D. Bef. 1914 (No Further Data on William H.) Bur. Adeline Elizabeth is buried in the Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Elko; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 403:
199 219 THOMSON L. A. W M 25 S Merchant SC Scotland SC;
-- A. E. W F 55 Mother Wd Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- F. B. W F 13 Sister S SC Scotland SC;
-- P. T. W F 30 Sister S At home SC Scotland SC;
TURNER W. D. W M 18 Boarder Clerk in store SC GA SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 164: 62 70 THOMPSON Addie Head W F July 1853 46 WD - 5 4 SC GA SC; -- Katherine Dau W F Aug 1875 24 S SC SC SC; -- Mazie Dau W F May 1879 21 S SC SC SC; -- Bernard Son W M Sept 1882 17 S SC SC SC; [Next page] THOMPSON Addie E. Mother W F Feb 1825 75 Wd SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 2, Columbia; Series: T624 Roll: 1471 Page: 95:
Lady 1318 18 18 THOMSON Addie Head F W 54 WD - 5 4 SC GA SC None;
-- Mary Dau F W30 S SC SC SC Stenographer Lawyer's office;
THOMSON Addie Mother F W 85 Wd SC SC SC None.

Find A Grave Memorial# 119532446 presents an obituary published on 1 February 1914 in "The State":
"Mrs. Adeline E. Thomson died at the home of her daughter in this city Saturday morning, after a brief illness. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Gerald, of Columbia; one sister, Mrs. C. I. [sic] Rush, of Blackville; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Mrs. Thomson was born February 2, 1825, in Barnwell County, where she spent most of her life. She was married in 1840 to the late Wm. H. Thomson, a prominent lawyer of the low country, and at the time of her death was the oldest living member of the old Daniel family, well known throughout the state. Mrs. Thomson was also the oldest living alumnaof Salem college, Winston-Salem, N. C., and it was the custom of the student body of that instituiton to wire her greetings on the anniversary of her birthday. Many were the interesting tales of her girlhood days at Salem, where, with her father, she went by private conveyance over primitive roads and in the same way returned. Mrs. Thomson was a woman of unusually bright mind and strenght of character. She took a deep interest in general affairs, and the trials of life never embittered the natural sweetness of her disposition. Her life was one of service, well spent, and in her old age she was a pleasure to all around her. the funeral services will be held today at Blackville."

"ADELINE ELIZABETH THOMSON/ Widow of Wm. H. Thomson/ daughter of/Chas. H. & Mary Daniel Rice/ Born in Barnwell County, S. C./Feb. 2, 1825/ Died in Columbia, S. C./ Jan. 31, 1914 (Verse)" is listed in the index of burials in Blackville Cemetery, Barmwell County, South Carolina. [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/barnwell/blackville_cem.htm]

Adeline married William H. THOMSON 90,316 before 1844. William was born about 1816 in Georgia316 and died before 1 Jun 1900.341

General Notes: Rice/Thomson "Old Barnwell District" S.C... Partition Filed 3/06/1851
"W. H. THOMSON & Wife vs. Chas. H. RICE, Sr. et al.
Sem DANIEL,the grandfather of Mrs. Adeline E. THOMSON, wife of Wm. H. THOMSON made his will on 11/11/1833, and died in Barnwell District, on (blank date) and the will was probated in Ordinary's court of said dist, on 2/28/1837 and Chas. H. RICE Sr. and John W. RAST, qualified as executors. This will devised to the testator's wife certain property and the residue of his estate to his daughters Mary R. RICE, the mother of said Mrs.THOMSON, and Elizabeth J. RAST, for their lives and at their deaths to their children surviving. A division of the lands of dec'd was had between the two daughters, and Mrs.RICE rec'd a tract of 386 acres in said district and she died intestate 3/?/1850 in said district, leaving surviving her five children viz: Emma HAZELL (the wife of T.W.HAZELL), Chas H. RICE ,Jr., Lewis RICE and Isabella RICE (the last named two being minors). Petitioners desire partition. It is agreed to.
Land was ordered sold for partition, and was sold to W.H.THOMSON for $390.00 4/5/1852.
Orig. Power of Attorney in the file, one from Chas. H. RICE Jr. to Wm. H. THOMSON dated 3/10/1853, executed at Beaufort, S.C.and another from Thomas W. HAZELL and Emma his wife of Beaufort Dist. dated 3/19/1853 to THOMSON, authorizing him to act for them in these proceedings" [Posted by everoyce@aol.com , January 15, 2010 [SCBARNWE] O'Daniel, Daniel, Daniell, Daniels, URL change. Minor editing, punctuation, spacing, and spelling by RLD]

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 326: 7 7 W. H. THOMSON 34 M [blank] 1500 GA; Adeline " 26 F SC; Arthur " 6 M SC; Pauline " 4 F SC.

William H. THOMSON was an Ordinary of Barnwell District, so indicated in Will Book D, page 152; Estate Packet: Bdl 102, Pkg 8, the Will of Benjamin RICE, recorded 4 March 1850.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1433 M    i. Arthur THOMSON 316 was born about 1844 in South Carolina.316

+ 1434 F    ii. Pauline THOMSON 316,906 was born on 11 Jul 1846 in South Carolina,906 died on 10 Dec 1922907 at age 76, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1435 F    iii. Adeline THOMSON 90,908 was born on 11 Jul 1852 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,341 died on 26 Mar 1912 in Richland County, South Carolina at age 59, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1436 F    iv. Polly THOMSON .90

+ 1437 M    v. THOMSON .90

489. Charles Henry RICE, Jr. 90,92 (Mary R. DANIEL124, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born in Jun 1826 in South Carolina,92 died on 24 Aug 1855 in Florida at age 29, and was buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Charles Henry Rice, Jr., and wife Susan live with his father in 1850:
1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 355: 443 443 Charles H. RICE 47 M Plant[er] 5000 SC; Henry 24 M SC Married within the year; Susan 18 F SC Married within the year; Lewis 17 M SC; Isabella 6 F SC.

Charles Henry Rice is buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on http://billiongraves.com/pages/record/person/2725756:

SACRED
To the Memory
Of
CHARLES HENRY RICE,
Who died
Near Palatka, Florida,
On the 24th August 1855.
Aged 29 Years, 2 Months.
[Calculated birth date for this Charles Henry Rice is June 1826.]

Three other Rice graves in this cemetery are his wife, Susan J. Rice, 1831 -1911, daughter, Annie Josephine, 1854 - 1855 , and Mamie Rice [Charles' daughter, Mary born about 1853]. ---- - 1867.

OUR DAUGHTER
MAMIE RICE
fell asleep
Sept. 15, 1867
"She is not dead,
but sleepeth."
[http://billiongraves.com/pages/record/MAMIERICE/2787101].

Charles married Susan J. HAZEL,92 daughter of Joseph HAZEL 909 and Anna --?--,910 on 23 May 1850 in Beaufort County, South Carolina. Susan was born in Feb 1831 in South Carolina,92 died on 16 Dec 1911 in Beaufort County, South Carolina at age 80, and was buried on 17 Dec 1911 in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

Marriage Notes: "MARRIED, on Thursday, the 23d inst., in the town of Beaufort, S.C., by the Rev. R. W. Fuller, C. H. RICE, Jr., of Barnwell District, to Miss SUSAN J. HAZEL, of the former place." [The Charleston Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, May 25, 1850, Page 2]


General Notes: Susan J. Hazel married Charles Henry Rice on 23 May 1850. They had two daughters, Mary and Annie Josephine. Annie died 24 May 1855. Charles died three months later, 24 August 1855 near Palatka, Florida.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, St, Helena Parish; Series: M653 Roll: 1214 Page: 4:
53 53 Joseph HAZEL 62 M Planter 20,000 58,000 SC;
Ann " 58 F SC;
W. G. " 31 M Physician --- 3,000 SC;
Susan RICE 27 F SC;
Mary " 7 F SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, Beaufort Twp, Beaufort P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1485 Page: 21: 226 304 HAZEL, Joseph 70 M W 2500 100 SC; -- Anna 57 F W SC; -- Josephine 20 F W SC; -- Julia 16 F W SC; -- Fanny 13 F W SC; RICE Susan 40 F W SC...

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, Beaufort; Series: T9 Roll: 1221 Page: 7: 128 164 HAZEL Joseph W M 82 S _______ SC SC SC; -- W. Gonan [as indexed] W M 52 Son S Light house keeper SC SC SC; RICE Susan W F 49 Dau Wd Seamstress SC SC SC; HAZEL Josephine W F 30 GrDau S At home SC SC SC; -- Fanny W F 22 GrDau S At home SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Cenus, South Carolina, Beaufort County, Ward 1, Beaufort; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 73:
East Street 601 18 23 RICE Susan J. Head W F Feb 1831 69 Wd - 0 0 SC SC SC

Beaufort, Dec. 16. - Mrs. Susan J. Rice died at her home at an early hour this morning at the age of 81 after an illness of about two weeks. She will be buried tomorrow at the Charles Street Baptist church by her former pastor, Rev. A. C. Wilkins of Greenville. She was universally loved. [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Sunday, December 17, 1911, Page 15]

Susanis buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on http://billiongraves.com/pages/record/SusanJRice/2725763:

SUSAN J. RICE
1831 - 1911
COME UNTO ME ALL YE THAT
LABOR AND ARE HEAVY LADEN
AND I WILL GIVE YOU REST.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1438 F    i. Mary RICE was born about 1853 in South Carolina and died on 15 Sep 1867 in Beaufort County, South Carolina about age 14.

+ 1439 F    ii. Annie Josephine RICE was born on 2 Jun 1854, died on 24 May 1855, and was buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

490. Rebecca Emily RICE 90 (Mary R. DANIEL124, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born in 1830 in South Carolina,342 died in 1863 in South Carolina at age 33, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina. Another name for Rebecca was Emma HAZEL.342

General Notes: Rebecca Emily "Emma" Rice married Thomas W. Hazel about 1847. They had four daughters, none of whom had children. Thomas died in 1862. Emma died in 1863. She is buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 75857378:

EMMA R. HAZEL
1830__1863

Rebecca married Thomas W. HAZEL,342 son of Joseph HAZEL 909 and Anna --?--,910 about 1847. Thomas was born in 1825 in South Carolina,342 died in 1862 at age 37, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, St, Helena Parish, Beaufort P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1214 Page: 7: 98 98 Tho W. HAZEL 31 M Planter 4,000 5,000 SC; Emma " 30 F SC; Josephine " 12 F SC; Julia " 6 F SC; Frances " 3 F SC.

Thomas died in 1862. Emma died in 1863. In 1870, their children reside with Thomas' parents and Susan RICE, Thomas' sister and widow of Charles Henry RICE, Jr.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, Beaufort Twp, Beaufort P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1485 Page: 21: 226 304 HAZEL, Joseph 70 M W 2500 100 SC; -- Anna 57 F W SC; -- Josephine 20 F W SC; -- Julia 16 F W SC; -- Fanny 13 F W SC; RICE Susan 40 F W SC; BROWN Celia 48 F B Dom. Servant SC; -- David 16 M B Dom. Servant SC.

Thomas W. Hazel is buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 75857439:

THOMAS W. HAZEL
1825__1862


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1440 F    i. Josephine HAZEL 342 was born in 1848 in South Carolina,342 died in 1886 at age 38, and was buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

+ 1441 F    ii. Julia E. HAZEL 342,911 was born on 15 Jan 1853 in South Carolina,912 died on 21 Oct 1938 in Beaufort County, South Carolina at age 85, and was buried in Union Cemetery, Westchester County, New York.

+ 1442 F    iii. Frances HAZEL 342 was born on 15 Jan 1858 in South Carolina,342 died on 8 Dec 1936 at age 78, and was buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

+ 1443 F    iv. Nela HAZEL was born in 1862 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died in 1865 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 3, and was buried in Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

491. Lewis Malone RICE 90,92 (Mary R. DANIEL124, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born about 1833 in South Carolina.92

Lewis married Angelus F. WILLIS about 1852.

492. Cornelia Isabelle RICE 90,339,343 (Mary R. DANIEL124, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 14 Dec 1843 in South Carolina,341 died on 5 Jun 1924 in Williamsburg County, South Carolina340 at age 80, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

General Notes: Cornilia Isabelle RICE married her cousin Charles C. RUSH.

Cornelia Isabel Rice B. December 14, 1843 D. June 05, 1924 D. In Williamsburg County, S.C. Death Certificate#: Vol#: 17 Cert#: 11871 Age: 80 Pg: 48 Husband: Charles Cornelius Rush B. August 05, 1839 D. November 11, 1906 Military Service: Stallings Company/Second Artillery Regt. Census: In 1880, Charles & Isobella were living at George's Creek, Barnwell County, S.C. Bur. Both are buried in the Blackville Cemetery,
Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

Cornelia Isabel Rush, born 14 December 1843 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died 5 June 1924 in Kingstree, Williamburg County, South Carolina at age 80 years, 5 months, and 21 days. She was a widowed daughter of Charles Rice and Mary Daniel, both born in Barnwell County, South Carolina. Informant was Mrs. W. V. Brockington of Kingdtree, South Carolina. Interment was in Blackville, South Carolina on 6 June 1924.
["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9JG-QDW : accessed 05 Oct 2014), Charles Rice in entry for Carnelia Isabel Rush, 05 Jun 1924; citing Kingstree, Williamburg, South Carolina, fn 11871, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1913639.]

Cornelia married Colonel Charles Cornilius RUSH, CSA,90,93 son of John William RUSH 90,93 and Elizabeth Jane DANIEL,90,93 on 2 Oct 1866.347 Charles was born on 5 Aug 1839 in South Carolina,341 died on 11 Nov 1906 in South Carolina at age 67, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackwell P. O., 2 Sept 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 384 (Partial):
714 714 John W. MATHENEY 57 M W Farming 11.600 25,000 SC; Charles C. RUSH 21 M W Overseer SC.
Charles Cornilius was the overseer for his brother-in-law, John Matheney who married Elizabeth A. RUSH.
Charles C. RUSH was cousin to his wife Cornelia Isabelle RICE.

Charles Cornelius Rush B. August 05, 1839 D. November 11, 1906 Military Service: Stallings Company/Second Artillery Regt. Census: In 1880, Charles & Isabella were living at George's Creek, Barnwell County, S.C. Bur. in the Blackville Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

In 1870, Charles and Isabel reside with his widowed father.
1870 South Carolina, Barnwell County, George's Creek Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1484 Page: 252: 2 2 RUSH William 78 M W At home 8000 600 SC; -- Charles 31 M W Farmer SC; -- Isabel 26 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mary 3 F W At home SC; -- Sam [Sem] 1 M W At home SC.

1880 South Carolina, Barnwell County, George's Creek; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 288: 347 348 RUSH John W. W M 87 Wd SC SC SC; -- Chas C. W M 40 Son M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Isabella W F 36 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Mary E. W F 12 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Sem W M 11 Son S SC SC SC; -- Aiken W M 7 Son S SC SC SC; -- Adaline C. W F 4 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Sallie W F 2 Dau S SC SC SC; JONES James U. W M 24 S Farm laborer.

1900 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 164: 52 60 RUSH Charles C. Head W M Aug 1839 60 M 34 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Cornelia I. Wife W F Dec 1843 56 M 34 8 5 SC SC SC Hotel keeper; -- Sem H. Son W M Mch 1869 31 S SC SC SC Salesman Hardware; WILLIS Tracy J. Boarder W M Aug 1872 27 S SC SC SC Dealer in live stock; MORRISON William Boarder W M Sept 1855 44 S Ireland Ireland Ireland Merchant; MYER Clifford Boarder W M Aug 1876 23 S TN TN TN Telegraph operator; AVANT Ashley Boarder W M July 1880 19 S SC SC SC Telegraph operator.

Colonel and Mrs. C. C. Rush are named as his parents in the 3 January 1930 obituary of Dr. Charles Aiken Rush.

A picture of Charles' headstone in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina is on Find A Grave Memorial# 43519298:

CHARLES C.
RUSH,
AUG. 5, 1839,
NOV. 11, 1906.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1444 F    i. Mamie E. RUSH was born in Oct 1867 in Barnwell County, South Carolina913 and died on 20 Nov 1957 in Williamsburg County, South Carolina at age 90.

+ 1445 M    ii. Sem Hayne RUSH 343,347 was born in Mar 1869 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,341 died on 15 Feb 1945 in Barnwell County, South Carolina340 at age 75, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

+ 1446 M    iii. Dr. Charles Aiken RUSH 347,914,915 was born on 1 Aug 1872 in South Carolina,915 died on 24 Dec 1929 in Hampton County, South Carolina340 at age 57, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

+ 1447 F    iv. C. Adaline RUSH 347,914 was born on 3 Nov 1875 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,340 died on 11 Mar 1914340 at age 38, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

+ 1448 F    v. Sallie D. RUSH 347,914,916 was born on 25 Apr 1878,340 died on 30 Dec 1953 in Richland County, South Carolina340 at age 75, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

+ 1449 F    vi. May Belle RUSH 340,347 was born on 1 May 1882,340 died on 14 Aug 1894340 at age 12, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

493. Mary Elizabeth RUSH 90,344,345 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 10 Oct 1825.344

Mary married John Gabrell FREE 90,345 on 26 Jan 1842.90 John was born about 1817 in South Carolina345 and died before 1880.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 340:
227 227 John G. FREE M None SC; Mary 24 F SC. [No children, or died young.]

Mary next married Welcome SPEERS 88 before Feb 1861. Welcome was born about 1832 in South Carolina.88

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 359: 535 535 Isham SPEARS 45 M 200 SC; Jinsey 48 F SC; Welcome 18 M SC; Augusta 12 F SC; Georgiana 10 F SC.

Welcome SPEARS married Mary Elizabeth RUSH, widow of John Gabrell FREE, before February 1861 when they are mentioned in the probate of Mary Elizabeth' grandfather, Sem DANIEL. They are recorded as living in Florida at that time.

494. Elizabeth Ann RUSH 90,93 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 26 Dec 1828,340 died on 16 Jan 1911340 at age 82, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.340

General Notes: Elizabeth Ann Rush Dau. of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. December 26, 1828 D. January 16, 1911 Husband: John Walker Matheny Son of William Matheny B. 1803 D. 1862 A Deacon in Springtown Baptist Church, Odoms Bridge. He may have died during the Civil War. Bur. Both are buried in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

In 1880, Eliza, age 50, widowed, resides in the home of her son, John W. MATHENY in Barnwell County, South Carolina.

In 1910 Eliza, 82, lives in the home of her son Daniel Rush MATHENY in Bamberg County, South Carolina.

Elizabeth married John Walker MATHENY,340,917 son of William MATHENY, on 20 Oct 1850.90.,917 John was born about 1803 in South Carolina,340 died in 1862340 about age 59, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackwell P. O., 2 Sept 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 384: 714 714 John W. MATHENEY 57 M W Farming 11.600 25,000 SC; Eliza A. " 33 F W SC; William H. " 8 M W SC; Danel R. " 6 M W SC; John W. " 4 M W SC; Ella [?.] " 2 F W SC; Sem E. 3/12 M W SC; Charles C. RUSH 21 M W Overseer SC [Eliza's brother].


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1450 M    i. William H. MATHENY 917 was born about 1852 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1451 M    ii. Daniel Rush MATHENY 917 was born about 1854 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.917

+ 1452 M    iii. John W. MATHENY 917 was born about 1856 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.917

+ 1453 F    iv. Ella Theodosia MATHENY 917 was born about 1858 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.917

+ 1454 M    v. Sem Edwin MATHENY 917 was born about Jun 1860 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.917

495. William Daniel RUSH 90 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 23 Oct 1829.

496. Juliana RUSH 90,93,346 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 26 Dec 1831 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,93 died on 26 Feb 1884 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 52, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery.

General Notes: Julia Rush FREE's grave is indexed in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina: "FREE, Julia Rush 12-26/1832 2-26-1884" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/springt.htm]

Juliana married Allen F. FREE 90,346 on 26 Jan 1848.90 Allen was born on 15 Aug 1827 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,346 died on 24 Jul 1899 in Bamberg County, South Carolina at age 71, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery.

General Notes: Allen F. Free, son of Jacob & Lacy Morris Free B. August 15, 1827 D. July 24, 1899 in Bamberg County, S.C (1st. wife) Julianna Rush, dau. of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. December 26, 1832 D. February 26, 1884 in Barnwell County, S.C. (2nd wife) Arrie W. Hungerford B. February 06, 1853 D. August 23, 1936 Bur: All three are buried in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile1.html)

1850 U.S. Census, south Carolina, Barnwell District; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 334: 130 130 Allen FREE 22 M Planter 750 SC; Julia 18 F SC; Ann 1 F SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Springtown P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 364: 393 393 Allen F. FREE 36 M Farming 6000 12,400 SC; Julia A. " 26 F SC; Ann E. " 11 F SC; John W. " 9 M SC; James F. " 7 M SC; Jacob E. " 5 M SC; Elizabeth J. " 1 F SC; Jacob McFADDIN 36 M House carpenter --- 500 SC.
Four households away at 389 is the family of Daniel KITTRELL whose son William B., age 11, would marry Ann Eliza FREE..

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Buford Bridge Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 170: 130 130 FREE Allen 43 M W Farmer 2000 1200 SC; -- Julia 38 F W Keeping house SC; -- Eliza 21 F W SC; -- John 19 M W Farm hand SC; -- James 17 M W Farm hand SC; -- Jacob 15 M W Farm hand SC; -- Jane 13 F W SC; -- Lewis 9 M W SC; -- Julia 5 F W At home SC; -- Augustus 4 M W At home SC; -- Daniel 2 M W At home SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Buford Bridge; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 171: Line 36 FREE Allen W M 54 Father M Planter SC SC SC; -- Julia W F 48 Wife SC SC SC; -- Jacob W M 26 Son Hand SC SC SC; -- Lewis W M 18 Son SC SC SC; -- Julia W F 15 Dau SC SC SC; -- Harvey [Horace Daniel] W M 12 Son Laborer SC SC SC; -- Elijah W M 10 Son SC SC SC; -- Harry W M 6 Son SC SC SC; KIRKLAND Henry W M 26 S Laborer SC SC SC.
[Indexed as "HALL Allen" at Heritage Quest.]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1455 F    i. Ann Eliza FREE 346,918,919 was born on 20 Aug 1849 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,920 died on 23 Dec 1907 in Bamberg County, South Carolina at age 58, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery.

+ 1456 M    ii. John W. FREE 921 was born about 1851 in Barnwell District, South Carolina.921

+ 1457 M    iii. James Fred FREE 921 was born about 1853 in Barnwell District, South Carolina.921

+ 1458 M    iv. Jacob Edmond FREE 340,921 was born in 1854 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,921 died in 1893 in Bamberg County, South Carolina at age 39, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery.

+ 1459 M    v. Allen Julius FREE was born about 1857 in Barnwell District, South Carolina and died on 9 Jun 1858 in Bamberg County, South Carolina about age 1.

+ 1460 F    vi. Jane Elizabeth FREE 918,921,922 was born on 22 Sep 1858 in Barnwell District, South Carolina921,923 and died on 2 Sep 1920 in Hampton County, South Carolina at age 61.

+ 1461 M    vii. Lewis Rush FREE 90,918 was born on 13 Aug 1863 in Barnwell County, South Carolina924 and died on 23 Dec 1937 in Barnwell County, South Carolina924 at age 74.

+ 1462 F    viii. Julia Adeline FREE 918 was born on 16 Jul 1864 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,340 died on 18 Nov 1948 in Bamberg County, South Carolina340 at age 84, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery.

+ 1463 M    ix. Augustus FREE 918 was born about 1866 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.918

+ 1464 M    x. Horace Daniel FREE 918,925 was born in Oct 1868 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.918,926

+ 1465 M    xi. Elijah D. FREE 90,925 was born in Jun 1871 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.927

+ 1466 M    xii. Henry J. FREE 925 was born in 1875 in Barnwell County, South Carolina and died in 1919 in Bamberg County, South Carolina at age 44.

+ 1467 M    xiii. Walter FREE .

497. Rebecca Jane RUSH 93,347,348 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 25 May 1833 in South Carolina,348 died on 26 Jan 1872 in Barnwell County, South Carolina349 at age 38, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "Mother/ REBECCA RUSH KELLY/ Born/ May 24, 1833/ Died/ Jan. 26, 1872" is listed in the index of Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina. [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/barnwell/blackville_cem.htm]

Rebecca married James KELLY 347,348 on 23 Mar 1854.347 James was born on 24 May 1818 in New York,348 died on 5 Jul 1890 in South Carolina at age 72, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: James KELLY is listed in the 1860 census as being age 40 born in South Carolina, but in 1870, he is age 57 born in New York. In 1880 he is 60 born in South Carolina.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 476: 179 179 James KELLY 40 M Mercht Taylor [sic] 3500 6000 SC; Rebecca J. " 27 F SC; Julia A. " 2 SC; William R. " 9/12 M SC; John N. PHILLIPS 28 M Journeyman Taylor [sic] --- 2000 NY.

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

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 157: 33 591 591 KELLY James W M 60 Wd Merchant SC SC SC; -- Wm R. W M 21 Son S Store clerk SC SC SC; -- J. Ryan W M 16 Son S Painter's apprentice SC SC SC; -- Carrie W F 14 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- Joe W M 12 Son S At school SC SC SC; -- Rosa W F 10 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- Mary W F 8 Dau S At school SC SC SC; MATES Lucretia B F 30 Servant Cook SC SC SC.

"Father/ JAMES KELLY/ Born/ Jan. 10, 1818/ Died/ July 5, 1890/" is listed in the index of Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina. [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/barnwell/blackville_cem.htm]


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1468 F    i. Julia A. KELLY 348 was born on 2 Apr 1858 in South Carolina348 and died on 2 Mar 1907 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 48.

+ 1469 M    ii. William Rush KELLY 347,348 was born on 14 Sep 1859 in South Carolina,348 died on 29 Apr 1893 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 33, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1470 M    iii. John Ryan KELLY 347,928 was born on 19 Jan 1864 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,928 died on 12 Mar 1929 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 65, and was buried on 14 Mar 1929 in St Laurence Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

+ 1471 F    iv. Caroline Etta KELLY 347 was born in May 1866 in Barnwell County, South Carolina929 and died on 5 Nov 1900 at age 34.

+ 1472 M    v. Joseph Bock KELLY 347,930 was born on 14 Apr 1868 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,930,931 died on 12 Aug 1918 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 50, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1473 F    vi. Ellen Rosa KELLY 349,930 was born on 16 Mar 1870 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,930 died on 9 Apr 1946 at age 76, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1474 F    vii. Mary KELLY 347,349 was born about 1872 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.349

498. Sem Hayne RUSH, Sr., CSA 347 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 30 Nov 1834,340 died on 31 Mar 1861340 at age 26, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.340

General Notes: In the 1860 census of Springtown, Barnwell County, South Carolina, Simon [sic] H. RUSH, 25, is listed as a "cousin" in the household of J. W. [John William] RUSH and his wife Elizabeth Jane [DANIEL], 57. Compare to below:

Sem Hayne Rush, Sr. Son of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. November 30, 1834 D. March 31, 1861 Military service: 17th Unfantry Regiment, Evans Tramp Brigade, Co. G. Barnwell, S.C. Wife: Laura A. Moye Dau. of George Ward & Mary Rebecca Speers Moye After the death of her 1st husband, Laura A. Moye Rush married John O'Neal Bur. Sem Hayne is buried in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

Alternate date of death: 31 Oct 1861 in the Battle of Shiloh. [The Battle of Shiloh occurred 6-8 April 1861.]

Springtown Baptist Church...This survey was conducted on December 12, 1998 by Lem Lancaster:
"Rush, Sem Hayne 11-30-1834 died in defense of his country 1865" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/springt.htm

Sem married Laura A. MOYE,340 daughter of George Ward MOYE 340 and Mary Rebecca SPEERS,340 before 1860. Laura was born about 1835.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1475 M    i. Sem C. RUSH 920 was born in Jul 1862 in Barnwell County, South Carolina920 and died before 15 Apr 1910.932

499. Martha Ayer RUSH 93,347,350,351 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 10 Nov 1836,340 died on 3 Oct 1891 in Barnwell County, South Carolina340 at age 54, and was buried in Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Georges Creek; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 274: 75 77 RAY Martha A. W F 43 Wd Keeping house SC SC SC; -- William W M 20 Son S Farming SC SC SC; -- Hugh W M 18 Son S At school SC SC SC; -- Harry W M 13 Son S At home SC SC SC.

Martha married Benjamin Jefferson RAY, Jr.,347,351 son of Benjamin Jefferson RAY, Sr. 340 and Elizabeth JETER,340 on 23 Dec 1852.347 Benjamin was born about 1833 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,351 died on 15 May 1875 in Bamberg County, South Carolina350 about age 42, and was buried in Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery.

General Notes: Benjamin Jefferson Ray, Jr.
Son of Benjamin Jefferson & Elizabeth Jeter Ray, Sr.
B. January 08, 1833 D. May 15, 1875
D. Barnwell County, S.C.
Wife: Martha Ayer Rush Dau. of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush
B. November 10, 1836 D. October 03, 1891
D. Barnwell County, S.C.
After the death of her 1st husband, Benjamin Jefferson Ray, Jr., she remarried.
2nd Husband: Rev. James Courtney Browne
B. May 10, 1836 In GA D. August 26, 1914
Bur. Benjamin Jefferson is buried in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C.
(http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)


1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 385: 732 732 Benjman (sic) J. RAY 27 M Farming 2600 3850 SC; Martha A. 23 F SC; Mary E. 6 F SC; John W. 11/12 M SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Georges Creek, Blackville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1484 Page: 264: 194 194 RAY Benj. J. 37 M W Farmer 1500 975 SC; -- Martha 34 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mary 16 F W Farm hand SC; -- Alfred 12 M W At school SC; -- Henry 7 M W At home SC; -- William 14 M W At school SC.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1476 F    i. Mary Amanda RAY 351,933 was born on 30 Sep 1853 in South Carolina,340 died on 13 May 1921 in Barnwell County, South Carolina340 at age 67, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

+ 1477 M    ii. John William RAY 351,934 was born on 30 Jun 1859 in South Carolina,935,936 died on 22 Mar 1936 in Barnwell County, South Carolina936 at age 76, and was buried in Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.936

+ 1478 M    iii. Hugh Alfred RAY, Sr. 340,934 was born on 29 Oct 1861 in South Carolina,340 died on 4 Jun 1933 in Richland County, South Carolina340 at age 71, and was buried in South End Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.340

+ 1479 M    iv. Harry J. RAY 934 was born about 1862 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.934

Martha next married James Courtney BROWNE after 1 Jun 1880. James was born on 10 May 1836 in Georgia, died on 26 Aug 1914 in South Carolina at age 78, and was buried in Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.

500. Colonel Charles Cornilius RUSH, CSA 90,93 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 5 Aug 1839 in South Carolina,341 died on 11 Nov 1906 in South Carolina at age 67, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackwell P. O., 2 Sept 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 384 (Partial):
714 714 John W. MATHENEY 57 M W Farming 11.600 25,000 SC; Charles C. RUSH 21 M W Overseer SC.
Charles Cornilius was the overseer for his brother-in-law, John Matheney who married Elizabeth A. RUSH.
Charles C. RUSH was cousin to his wife Cornelia Isabelle RICE.

Charles Cornelius Rush B. August 05, 1839 D. November 11, 1906 Military Service: Stallings Company/Second Artillery Regt. Census: In 1880, Charles & Isabella were living at George's Creek, Barnwell County, S.C. Bur. in the Blackville Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

In 1870, Charles and Isabel reside with his widowed father.
1870 South Carolina, Barnwell County, George's Creek Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1484 Page: 252: 2 2 RUSH William 78 M W At home 8000 600 SC; -- Charles 31 M W Farmer SC; -- Isabel 26 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mary 3 F W At home SC; -- Sam [Sem] 1 M W At home SC.

1880 South Carolina, Barnwell County, George's Creek; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 288: 347 348 RUSH John W. W M 87 Wd SC SC SC; -- Chas C. W M 40 Son M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Isabella W F 36 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Mary E. W F 12 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Sem W M 11 Son S SC SC SC; -- Aiken W M 7 Son S SC SC SC; -- Adaline C. W F 4 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Sallie W F 2 Dau S SC SC SC; JONES James U. W M 24 S Farm laborer.

1900 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 164: 52 60 RUSH Charles C. Head W M Aug 1839 60 M 34 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Cornelia I. Wife W F Dec 1843 56 M 34 8 5 SC SC SC Hotel keeper; -- Sem H. Son W M Mch 1869 31 S SC SC SC Salesman Hardware; WILLIS Tracy J. Boarder W M Aug 1872 27 S SC SC SC Dealer in live stock; MORRISON William Boarder W M Sept 1855 44 S Ireland Ireland Ireland Merchant; MYER Clifford Boarder W M Aug 1876 23 S TN TN TN Telegraph operator; AVANT Ashley Boarder W M July 1880 19 S SC SC SC Telegraph operator.

Colonel and Mrs. C. C. Rush are named as his parents in the 3 January 1930 obituary of Dr. Charles Aiken Rush.

A picture of Charles' headstone in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina is on Find A Grave Memorial# 43519298:

CHARLES C.
RUSH,
AUG. 5, 1839,
NOV. 11, 1906.

Charles married Cornelia Isabelle RICE,90,339,343 daughter of Charles H. RICE, Sr. 90,92 and Mary R. DANIEL,90 on 2 Oct 1866.347 Cornelia was born on 14 Dec 1843 in South Carolina,341 died on 5 Jun 1924 in Williamsburg County, South Carolina340 at age 80, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

General Notes: Cornilia Isabelle RICE married her cousin Charles C. RUSH.

Cornelia Isabel Rice B. December 14, 1843 D. June 05, 1924 D. In Williamsburg County, S.C. Death Certificate#: Vol#: 17 Cert#: 11871 Age: 80 Pg: 48 Husband: Charles Cornelius Rush B. August 05, 1839 D. November 11, 1906 Military Service: Stallings Company/Second Artillery Regt. Census: In 1880, Charles & Isobella were living at George's Creek, Barnwell County, S.C. Bur. Both are buried in the Blackville Cemetery,
Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

Cornelia Isabel Rush, born 14 December 1843 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died 5 June 1924 in Kingstree, Williamburg County, South Carolina at age 80 years, 5 months, and 21 days. She was a widowed daughter of Charles Rice and Mary Daniel, both born in Barnwell County, South Carolina. Informant was Mrs. W. V. Brockington of Kingdtree, South Carolina. Interment was in Blackville, South Carolina on 6 June 1924.
["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9JG-QDW : accessed 05 Oct 2014), Charles Rice in entry for Carnelia Isabel Rush, 05 Jun 1924; citing Kingstree, Williamburg, South Carolina, fn 11871, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1913639.]

(Duplicate Line. See Person 492)

501. Lewis Barnwell RUSH, CSA 93,340,347 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 9 May 1841,340 died on 10 Oct 1909340 at age 68, and was buried in Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.340 Another name for Lewis was Louis B. RUSH.933

General Notes: The 1850 census of Barnwell Disrict lists Lewis as "Lucy" but shows he is a male age 10.

1860 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Grahams Turnout, 23 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 381: 665 665 Mrs. M. HAGOOD 70 F W Farming 7500 29,900 SC; L. B. RUSH 19 M W Overseer SC.
Lewis Barnwell latere moved to Alabama.

1880 South Carolina, Barnwell County, George's Creek; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 276:
106 108 RUSH Louis B. W M 39 M Farming SC SC SC;
-- Louis [Laura] W F 23 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- John W. W M 1 Son S SC SC SC.

1900 South Carolina, Bamberg County, Buford's Bridge; Series: T623 Roll: 1517 Page: 75: 40 40 RUSH Lewis B. Head W M May 1841 59 M 23 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Laura Wife W F Apl 1853 44 M 23 5 4 SC SC SC; -- John W. Son Oct 1878 21 S SC SC SC Machinist; -- Felder Son W M Feby 1882 18 S SC SC SC Farm laborer; -- Bowman Son W M Nov 1884 15 S SC SC SC; -- Mary Dau W F Nov 1887 S SC SC SC.

Lewis Barnwell Rush Son of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. May 09, 1841 D. October 10, 1909 Military service: Company G., 2nd Regiment South Carolina Artillery, CSA Wife: Laura Malinda Hutto B. October 25, 1856 D. June 30, 1912 Bur. Both are buried in the Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

Lewis married Laura Melinda HUTTO.340.,933 Laura was born on 25 Oct 1856,340 died on 30 Jun 1912340 at age 55, and was buried in Salem Methodist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina.340

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1480 M    i. John W. RUSH 933 was born in Oct 1878 in Barnwell County, South Carolina933,937 and died before 1920.938

+ 1481 M    ii. Felder RUSH 937 was born in Feb 1882 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.937

+ 1482 M    iii. Bowman RUSH 937 was born in Nov 1884 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.937

+ 1483 F    iv. Mary RUSH 937 was born in Nov 1887 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1484 M    v. RUSH died before 1900 in South Carolina.937

502. Carolina Columbia RUSH 93,347,352 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 9 Jun 1843,341 died on 24 Oct 1906340 at age 63, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Caroline Carrie Rush Dau. of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. June 09, 1843 D. October 24, 1906 Husband: Moses Sanders Bur. Caroline Carrie is buried in the Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C.
(http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

Carolina married Rev. Moses N. SANDERS 340,347 on 26 Dec 1860.347

Carolina next married Patrick W. FARRELL, CSA 347,352 in 1870. Patrick was born on 13 Mar 1841 in Ireland,341 died on 5 Nov 1906 in Bamberg County, South Carolina at age 65, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1870 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 153: 340 340 FARRELL Patrick W. 28 M W Drygoods merchant 3500 3000 Ireland 1 1; -- Caroline 25 F W Keeping house SC.

Farrell-O'Gorman House
650 Main Street
Just prior to the Civil War, Patrick Farrell came to South Carolina from New York to be educated by a relative. He joined the Confederate Army and fought for the South. He acquired large land holdings and also became a merchant. He built this large home for his family in 1875. He and his son were responsible for several of the brick buildings on Main Street, including the Shamrock Hotel. The family was also influential in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Of Irish ancestry himself, Patrick Farrell sent to Ireland for a young man named [John Joseph] O'Gorman to help in the business. This young man married Mr. Farrell's daughter, and they inherited the home. South Carolina's Catholic bishops visited in the home so often over the years that the family calls one suite of rooms the Bishops' Suite. This lovely house has been home of six generations of the Farrell and O'Gorman families. [Blackville SC Heritage Trail, http://www.bcvm.org/blackville/trail/]

1880 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 161: 654 654 FARRELL Patrick W M 39 M Merchant Ireland Ireland Ireland; -- Carrie W F 37 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Annie W F 9 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- Emmet W M 8 Son S At school SC Ireland SC; -- John W M 6 Son At school SC Ireland SC; -- Marie W F 4 Dau S SC Ireland SC; -- Kate W F 2 Dau S SC Ireland SC; SPEARS Mary W F 54 Sister-in-law Wd SC SC SC; WALSH Thomas W M 22 Clerk S Store clerk Ireland Ireland Ireland; HUFF____ John W M 21 Clerk S Store clerk GA Ireland Ireland; McADAMS John W M 25 Clerk S Store clerk GA Ireland Ireland; DREW Patrick W M 20 Clerk Store clerk S Ireland Ireland Ireland; and five domestics.

1900 South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 164:
61 69 FARREL Patrick W. Head W M Mch 1841 59 M 30 Ireland Ireland Ireland 1880 50 Na Farmer; -- Caroline C. Wife W F June 1843 56 M 30 7 4 SC SC SC; -- John M. Son W M Dec 1874 25 S SC Ireland SC Merchant; -- Marie E. W F June 1876 23 S SC Ireland SC; -- Kate C. Dau W F May 1878 22 S SC Ireland SC; O'GORMAN John S-in-law W M Aug 1864 35 M 5 Ireland Ireland Ireland 1887 13 Na Merchant; -- Annie M. Dau W F Nov 1871 28 M 5 2 2 SC Ireland SC; -- Caroline C. GrDau W F Jan 1896 4 S SC Ireland SC; -- Elenor M. GrDau W F Nov 1898 1 S SC Ireland SC; QUINN Fannie Aunt W F May 1830 70 Wd - 2 0 Ireland Ireland Ireland; ODOM Blanche Servant B F Apl 1845 55 S SC SC SC House servant.

Patrick is buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, South Carolina.
Find A Grave Memorial# 67549779 lists his birth on Mar. 13, 1841 and his deasth on Nov. 5, 1906. The memorial lists Patrick as a Confederate veteran and links to the memorial for his daughter Katherine Farrell Milner (1878 - 1969).


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1485 M    i. Emmet Lee FARRELL 344,347 was born on 4 Mar 1872 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,344 died on 20 Feb 1895 at age 22, and was buried in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1486 M    ii. John M. FARRELL 344,347 was born in Dec 1874 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.341

+ 1487 F    iii. Annie M. FARRELL 341,344,347 was born in Nov 1871 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,341 died on 8 Feb 1969 in Barnwell County, South Carolina at age 97, and was buried on 11 Feb 1969 in Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.

+ 1488 F    iv. Marie E. FARRELL 341,344,347 was born in Jun 1876 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.341

+ 1489 F    v. Kathryn C. FARRELL 344,347 was born in May 1878 in Barnwell County, South Carolina.341

503. Ella Rosa RUSH 93,347,353 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 18 Mar 1845,340 died on 26 Dec 1935340 at age 90, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

General Notes: Ella Rose Rush Dau. of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. March 18, 1845 D. December 26, 1935 Husband: Joseph Bock B. November 13, 1837 D. April 09, 1903 Bur. Both are buried in the Blackville City Cemetery, Blackville, Barnwell County, S.C.
(http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

The 1900 census provides an alternate bith date of March 1847.

Ella married Joseph BOCK 347,353 on 22 Feb 1866.347 Joseph was born on 13 Nov 1837,939 died on 9 Apr 1903340 at age 65, and was buried in Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina.340

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 8-Wd Charleston; Series: M593 Roll: 1487 Page: 570: 1528 1840 BOCK Joseph 32 M W Goldsmith 2500 200 Prussia; -- Ellen 25 F W At home None None SC; -- Joseph W. 3 M W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston; Series: T9 Roll: 1222 Page: 524: Camden St 72 96 122 BOCK Joseph W M 42 M Jewler Germany Germany Germany; -- Ella R. W F 35 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Joseph W M 13 Son S SC Germany SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 6-Wd Charleston; Series: T623 Roll: 1520 Page: 251: Rutledge Ave 89 --- 185 BOCK Joseph Head W M Nov 1837 62 M 33 Germany Germany Germany 1848 52 Na Jeweler; -- Ella Wife W F Mch 1847 53 M 33 1 1 SC SC SC; -- Joseph W. Son W M Dec 1867 32 M 5 SC Germany SC Clerk Bank; -- Laura Dau-in-law W F Nov 1876 23 M 5 1 1 FL FL FL; -- Carl Nephew [sic, GrSon] W M Feb 1877 [sic, 1897] 3 [sic] SC SC FL.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1490 M    i. Joseph W. BOCK 347,353 was born in Dec 1867 in South Carolina.939

504. Sarah Daniel RUSH 347,354,355,356 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 26 Nov 1846 in Barnwell District, South Carolina,355 died on 7 May 1922 in Aiken County, South Carolina at age 75, and was buried on 7 May 1922 in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Aiken County, Aiken; Series: T625 Roll: 1682 Page: 17A:
380 442 PINCKNEY-BROWN, Sallie R. Head F W 72 Wd SC SC SC
-- Mignon Dau F W 50 S SC SC SC
-- Lillias Dau F W 47 S SC SC SC
OWENS, Lenwood Lodger M W 20 S SC SC SC Farmer General farm
BROWNE, Jennie Lou Boarder F W 46 S GA GA GA Teacher Public school

Sarah Daniel Rush Brown is buried in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken, Aiken County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 90787031:

SARAH DANIEL RUSH
WIFE OF
PINCKNEY BROWN
NOVEMBER 20 1846
MAY 7, 1922

The memorial presents this obituary:
Aiken, S. C. , May 7 - Mrs. Pinckney Brown, aged 76, widow of Pinckney Brown, died at her home here this morning at 3 o;clock after an illness of seven weeks. Mrs. Brown is survived by three children, J. Evans Brown and Misses Mignen [sic] and Lilias Brown of Aiken; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Bock of Aiken, Mrs. Bailie of Savannah and a number of nieces and nephews. Before her marriage, Mrs. Brown was Miss Sallie Daniels [sic] Rush of Barnwell, S. C., both she and her husband lived to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Brown was born in Barnewell and was a woman of rare charm and culture, belonging to the old school of Southern aristocracy. She was a devout member of the Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the First Baptist Church of Aiken, Rev. T. J. McLean officiating. Interment in the First Baptist churchyard.

The memorial links to those for her husband and children.

Sarah married Pinkney BROWN,347,356 son of James C. BROWN 940 and Elizabeth A. --?--,940 on 21 Mar 1867.347 Pinkney was born on 12 Oct 1846 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,941 died on 19 Nov 1919 in Aiken County, South Carolina at age 73, and was buried in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Barnwell Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 83: 82 82 BROWN Pinckney 24 M W Farmer 325 944 SC; -- Sarah 22 F W Keeping house SC; -- Judge 3 M W At home SC; -- Minnie 1 F W At home SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bennett Springs Twp; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page 109: 3 3 BROWN James C. WM 57 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Elizabeth A. W F 55 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Pinckney W M 34 Son M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Sallie R. W F 33 Dau in law M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- J. Evans W M 12 GrSon S Attending School SC SC SC; -- Mignon GrDau W F 10 S Attending School SC SC SC;-- Lillias W F 8 GrDau S At Home SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bennett Springs Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1518 Page: 121: 279 287 BROWN Pinckney Head W M Oct 1846 53 S SC SC SC Farmer. [Lives alone.]

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Aiken County, Aiken; Series: T624 Roll: 1447 Page: 4A:
73 72 BROWN, Pinckney Head M W 63 M1 42 3 3 SC GA SC Farmer General farm
-- Sally Wife F W M1 42 SC SC SC
-- Judge E. Son M W 41 SC SC SC
[next page]
-- Mignon Dau F W 39 S SC SC SC
-- Lilias Dau F W 37 S SC SC SC

Pinckney Brown is buried in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken, Aiken County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 90786972:

PINCKNEY BROWN
OCTOBER 12, 1846
NOVEMBER 19, 1919

The memorial links to those for his parents, James Carr Brown (1823 - 1896) and Elizabeth Ann Peeples Brown (1825 - 1900)


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1491 M    i. Judge Evans BROWN 356,940 was born on 25 Dec 1867 in South Carolina, died on 6 Mar 1950 in Richland County, South Carolina at age 82, and was buried in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken County, South Carolina.

+ 1492 F    ii. Mignon Pinckney BROWN 347 was born on 5 Nov 1869 in South Carolina,940 died on 22 Dec 1951 at age 82, and was buried in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken County, South Carolina.

+ 1493 F    iii. Lilias BROWN 347 was born on 22 Feb 1872 in Barnwell County, South Carolina,940 died on 7 Dec 1941 in Aiken County, South Carolina at age 69, and was buried on 8 Dec 1941 in Aiken First Baptist Church Cemetery, Aiken County, South Carolina.

505. Elizabeth Rice RUSH 347,355,357 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 26 Jun 1849 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, died on 17 Dec 1932 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 83, and was buried on 18 Dec 1932 in Bethany Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Elizabeth Rush Bailey, daughter of S. H. Rush and Elizabeth Daniels [sic], was born 26 June 1849 in Barnwell County, South Carolina, and died 17 December 1932 in Windermere, Charleston County, South Carolina at age 83 years, 5 months, and 22 days. Her parents were born in South Carolina. She was the widow of Charles G. Bailey. Informant was N. A. Anderson of The Cresent. Interment was on 18 December 1932 in Bethany Cemetery. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N96F-Q9X : accessed 8 February 2016), Elizabeth Rush Bailey, 17 Dec 1932; citing Windermere, Charleston, South Carolina, fn 18057, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1,943,786.]

A picture of Lizzy's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 39323272:

LIZZIE RUSH
WIFE OF
C. GRAHAM BAILEY
JUNE 26, 1849
DECEMBER 17, 1932

Elizabeth married Charles Graham BAILEY 347,357 about 1870.347 Charles was born about 1840 in South Carolina.357

General Notes: 1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Blackville; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 162: 682 682 BAILEY Graham W M 40 M Planter SC SC SC; -- Lizzie W F 26 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Chas. W M 10 S Son At school SC SC SC; -- Fred W M 8 S Son At school S SC SC SC.

"Mrs. N. A. ANDERSON, of Savannah, Ga., and others are from this line." (Sybile McMillan Pierce)

Lizzie Rush Bailey is buried in Bethany Cemetery, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 39323272:

LIZZIE RUSH
WIFE OF
C. GRAHAM BAILEY
JUNE 26, 1849
DECEMBER 17, 1932


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1494 M    i. Frederick Arthur BAILEY, Sr. 357 was born on 18 Sep 1872 in Charleston County, South Carolina,357 died on 8 Nov 1944 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 72, and was buried on 9 Nov 1944 in Bethany Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

+ 1495 M    ii. Charles Joseph BAILEY 357 was born on 26 Feb 1871 in Charleston County, South Carolina,357 died on 14 Nov 1939 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 68, and was buried on 15 Nov 1939 in Bethany Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

+ 1496 F    iii. Leila BAILEY was born on 4 Nov 1881 in Charleston County, South Carolina, died on 6 Apr 1965 in Charleston County, South Carolina at age 83, and was buried on 8 Apr 1965 in Bethany Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina.

506. Margaret Americus RUSH 347 (Elizabeth Jane DANIEL125, Sem21, William II3, William I1) was born on 3 Jun 1852 and died before 1860.354

General Notes: Margaret Americus, born 1852, daughter of James William and Elizabeth J. RUSH is not named in family on the 1860 census, presumed dead before then.

507. Mary Louisa DENNIS (Harriett Eleanor DANIEL126, David22, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1821 in York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Mary Louisa DENNIS is one of the two females aged 15-20 in the household of Reuben and Harriet E. Daniel DENNIS in the 1840 census.

508. Jane R. DENNIS (Harriett Eleanor DANIEL126, David22, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1824 in South Carolina.

General Notes: Jane R. DENNIS is one of the two females aged 15-20 in the household of Reuben and Harriet E. Daniel DENNIS in the 1840 census.

509. John L. DENNIS 96,358 (Harriett Eleanor DANIEL126, David22, William II3, William I1) was born circa 1826 in South Carolina.

General Notes: John L. DENNIS is one of the two males aged 10 - 15 in the household of Reuben and Harriet E. Daniel DENNIS in the 1840 census. He lived with his parents throughout their lifetimes. He was a painter and carriage trimmer by trade and may have never married. He is last found in the 1880 census at age 52, living with his widowed mother, and is presumed dead when not found in the 1900 census.

!850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, York; Series: M432 Roll: 860 Page: 270:
54 54 John L. Dennis M 23 [Occupation illegible] Yorkville [SC]
John A. L___ M 23 None NC
William W. Cloud M 21 None NC

510. Judge William E. DENNIS 360,361 (Harriett Eleanor DANIEL126, David22, William II3, William I1) was born on 20 Feb 1829 in York District, South Carolina and died on 16 Dec 1898 in Topeka, Kansas at age 69.

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

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

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

William married Hester SMITH 942 about 1850 in South Carolina. Hester was born about 1834 in South Carolina942 and died before 1870 in Elmore County, Alabama.361

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

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


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1497 F    i. June DENNIS 942 was born about 1850 in South Carolina.

+ 1498 M    ii. Samuel DENNIS 942 was born about 1852 in South Carolina.

+ 1499 M    iii. Reubin Rhett DENNIS, Sr. 942 was born about 1854 in Elmore County, Alabama, died on 30 Jan 1926 in Elmore County, Alabama about age 72, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Elmore County, Alabama.

+ 1500 F    iv. Mary DENNIS 942 was born about 1857 in Autauga County, Alabama.

+ 1501 F    v. Harriet DENNIS 942 was born in 1860 in Autauga County, Alabama.942

+ 1502 F    vi. Emma DENNIS 361 was born about 1866 in Elmore County, Alabama.361

+ 1503 F    vii. Ruth DENNIS 361 was born in 1870 in Elmore County, Alabama.361

William next married Margaret Jane BAYSER before 1872. Margaret was born about 1853 in Alabama360 and died after 1880.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1504 M    i. Hyram E. DENNIS 360 was born about 1872 in Alabama.360

+ 1505 M    ii. Arthur DENNIS 360 was born about 1873 in Alabama.360

+ 1506 F    iii. Mary DENNIS 360 was born about 1875 in Alabama.360

+ 1507 F    iv. Kate L. DENNIS 360 was born about 1879 in Shawnee County, Kansas.360

511. Robert McCREIGHT (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1819 in York County, South Carolina.

512. William McCREIGHT 363 (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1822 in South Carolina.363

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

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

William married Mary Ann --?-- 363 circa 1842. Mary was born about 1822 in South Carolina.363

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1508 M    i. James J. W. McCREIGHT 363 was born about 1849 in South Carolina.363

+ 1509 M    ii. Robert McCREIGHT 363 was born about 1850 in South Carolina.363

+ 1510 F    iii. Nancy Ann McCREIGHT 363 was born about 1854 in South Carolina.363

+ 1511 M    iv. Thomas H. McCREIGHT 363 was born about 1855 in South Carolina.363

+ 1512 M    v. David A. McCREIGHT 363,943 was born about 1856 in South Carolina.944

+ 1513 F    vi. Mary E. McCREIGHT 363 was born about 1860 in South Carolina.363

+ 1514 F    vii. Cornelia J. McCREIGHT 363 was born about 1862 in South Carolina.363

513. Mary McCREIGHT 364 (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1826 in South Carolina and died before 1858 in Mount Elba, Arkansas.

General Notes: 1850 U.S Census, South Carolina, Chester County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 851 Page: 62
970 970 Robert CHERRY 38 M W Merchant 200 SC
Mary CHERRY 27 F W SC
F E CHERRY 1 M W SC
Julia McCREIGHT 21 F W SC
Jane McCREIGHT 15 F W SC
Emily McCREIGHT 11 F W SC

Mary married Robert CHERRY 364 on 18 Feb 1847 in Chester County, South Carolina. Robert was born about 1812 in South Carolina and died on 4 Apr 1876 about age 64.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Chester County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 851 Page: 62:
970 970 Robert CHERRY 38 M W Merchant 200 SC
Mary CHERRY 27 F W SC
F E CHERRY 1 M W SC
Julia McCREIGHT 21 F W SC (Mary's sister)
Jane McCREIGHT 15 F W SC (Mary's sister)
Emily McCREIGHT 11 F W SC (Mary's sister).

Robert CHERRY is named on page 136 of "Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina", 1982. Page 334 records that Robert's widowed sister, Nancy Monica (Cherry) KEENAN, and her widowed sister, Mrs. Eleanor Cherry RODDEY, moved to Bradley County, Arkansas, to look after Robert's motherless children after her husband, Stephan KEENAN, died in 1856, implying that Mary McCreight CHERRY died about 1856. Robert was referred to as "Long Bob" CHERRY in this book.

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Bradley County, Smith Twp, Mount Elba P O, as of 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 38 Page: 486: 220 220 Robert CHERRY 48 M W Merchant 8,000 16,000 SC; Anna E. " 22 F W SC; Florence E. " 10 F W SC; Jane " 8 F W SC; Robert C. " 9/12 M W AR; Samuel B. GIBSON 19 M W Clerk SC.

1870 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Bradley County, Smith Twp, Mount Elba P O, as of 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 48 Page: 588: 22 22 CHERRY Robert 58 M W Ret'l Merchant 1000 2000 SC; -- Florence 11(?) F W Kpg house SC (Florence should be 21 per 1850 and 1860 censuses); -- Ida (Jane) 16 F W AR; -- Shannon 11 M W AR; -- Antonette 7 F W AR; -- Eva 4 F W MS; COMER Lewis 26 M W Drygoods clk MS.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1515 F    i. Florence E. CHERRY 364 was born on 23 Jan 1849 in Chester County, South Carolina.

+ 1516 F    ii. Ida Jane CHERRY 945,946 was born on 25 Oct 1851 in Chester County, South Carolina.

+ 1517 F    iii. Mary Ellen CHERRY was born about 1855 in Bradley County, Arkansas and died before 1860 in Bradley County, Arkansas.

514. Nancy Josephine McCREIGHT 365,366 (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1827 in South Carolina.365,366

General Notes: 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.

Nancy married William M. CATHCART, CSA,366 son of Joseph H. CATHCART and Elizabeth STRAIN, circa 1846. William was born on 5 Apr 1822 in South Carolina366 and died on 23 May 1862 in Camp Lee, Marion County, Florida at age 40.

General Notes: 1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 851 Page: 55: 848 848 W. M. CATHCART 28 M Farmer SC; Nancy CATHCART 23 F SC; T. K. CATHCART 5 M SC; Jas CATHCART 3 M SC; Julia CATHCART 4/12 F SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Florida, Marion County, Ocala P O; Series: M653 Roll: 108 Page: 256: 27 26 W. M. CATHCART 38 M W Hotel Keeper 4,000 5,000 SC; N. J. CATHCART 32 F W Domestic SC; T. K. CATHCART 14 M W SC; Jas M. CATHCART 12 M W SC; Julia C. CATHCART 10 F W SC; Ida J. CATHCART 9 F W SC; Walter S. CATHCART 7 M W FL; P. B. CATHCART 4 M W FL; Wm CATHCARTH 2 M W FL; Norman SPERRY 22 M W Stage Driver VT; Wm HASLETTE 26 M W Clerk GA.

William M. CATHCART, enlisted in Co. G, 7th Fla. Infantry, May 10, 1862 and died of disease at Camp Lee, May 23, 1862.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1518 M    i. Dr. T. K. CATHCART 365,366,947 was born about 1844 in Chester County, South Carolina.366

+ 1519 M    ii. James McCreight CATHCART, Sr. 365,366 was born in Apr 1849 in Chester County, South Carolina948 and died on 20 Aug 1913 in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida at age 64.

+ 1520 F    iii. Julia C. CATHCART 365,366 was born in May 1850 in Chester County, South Carolina.366

+ 1521 F    iv. Ida J. CATHCART 365 was born about 1851 in Chester County, South Carolina.

+ 1522 M    v. P. B. CATHCART 365 was born about 1854 in Marion County, Florida.

+ 1523 M    vi. Walter Scott CATHCART 365 was born in Sep 1856 in Marion County, Florida949 and died before 1930 in Florida.

+ 1524 M    vii. William CATHCART 365 was born about 1857 in Marion County, Florida.

Nancy next married William Brinton HOOKER on 20 Apr 1864 in Marion County, Florida. William was born on 3 May 1800 in Montgomery County, Georgia and died on 11 Jun 1871 in Hillsborough County, Florida at age 71.

General Notes: 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.

515. Juliett McCREIGHT (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1829 in South Carolina.

General Notes: In 1850, Julia, Jane and Emily McCreight resides in the home of their sister, Mary and her husband Robert Cherry in Chester County, South Carolina. Julia is 21, born in South Carolina.

516. Emily McCREIGHT (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1834 in South Carolina.

General Notes: In 1850, Julia, Jane, and Emily McCreight, daughters of James McCreight and Sarah Jane Daniel, reside in the home of their sister, Mary and her husband Robert Cherry in Chester County, South Carolina. Emily is 16, born in South Carolina.

517. Jane McCREIGHT (Sarah Jane DANIEL128, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1835 in South Carolina.

General Notes: In 1850, Julia, Jane and Emily McCreight, daughters of James McCreight and Sarah Jane Daniel, reside in the home of their sister, Mary and her husband Robert Cherry in Chester County, South Carolina. Jane is 15, born in South Carolina.

518. James S. DANIEL (Cynthia DANIEL129, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1828 in York County, South Carolina. Another name for James was James S. CLINE.

General Notes: James S. Daniel, born about 1828 in York County, South Carolina, is the son of Cynthia Daniel, so named in the 12 May 1832 Last Will & Testament of her father, David Daniel. Cynthia was the wife of William B. Cline.
"I also give and Bequeath to my Grand Son that is my daughter Cynthias son James DANIEL a negro boy named Ephraim to him and his heirs forever, which negro boy I will and desire that he be hired out annually till my said Grandson James arrives to the age of Twenty one years, and that the proceeds of his hire be applied to the Schooling & Clothing of my Said Grandson James and i desire that my Said Grandson James may be taught to read well and write a good hand, that that he may be Instructed in the Rules of arithmetick as far as Trigometry, and appoint my Executor hereinafter named to be his Guardian and at the proper age to bind him an apprentice to the trade either of a watch maker of a Cabinet maker and see that he is properly Instructed in the art and mystery of the trade"

Jerri Hall states, "From her father's will, it is not clear whether her eldest child was born before this marriage. Since her parents had all daughters, it is possible that she and her husband agreed to give him the Daniel surname in order to continue the line, as was a custom of the time."

1836 Return first of James Daniel Minor heir of David Daniel by Will by James Lee Guardian
1834 January Received for the heir [sic] of Ephraim $1600
1835 January Received for the hire of Ephraim 2850
$4450
1835 Money laid out for James Daniel
January No. 1 Mary Ann Daniel receipt 3583
January 15 No. 2 Alyah[?] Pitman receipt 444
July 15 No. 3 James Montgomery receipt 200
Nov 30 No. 4 Abizah Pitman receipt 1.872
Sept 12 No. 5 Wm Moffett receipt 556
1836
January 20 No. 6 John Dunovant receipt 531
March 26 No. 7 Susannah Lee receipt 100
" No. 8 Ann Gingram receipt 250
$58012
Sworn to on 28 March 1836 James Lee
[South Carolina, Probate R... Bound Volumes, 1671-1977 Chester [County] Probate records, 1835-1837, Vol. O, page 93; familysearch. org, Records]

James is age 22 living in the home of William and Cynthia Cline in the 1850 census of York County, South Carolina. He is not with the family in 1860.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Rock Hill; Series: M653 Roll: 1228 Page 43:
350 350 Dr. R. H. HOPE 41 M Physician 12,000 Mecklenburg North Carolina
Jane A. " 30 F York District, South Carolina
Susan A. " 12 F
Thos. J. " 9 M
J. B. " 7 M
R. H. " 2/12 M
Leopolt Levi 24 M Merchant 300 HHS Prussia
J. DANIEL 32 M Mer. clerk 4,000 Chester District South Carolina
R. C. HANAH 26 M Physician 1,000 York District, South Carolina

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Yorkville;
696 705 DANIELS James 42 M W Bar Keeper 250 100 SC
-- Delila 38 F W Keeping house SC
WILLIFORD Jesse A. 40 M W Tailor --- 200 NC
-- Leticia 30 F W Keeping house NC
-- Nettie 16 F W NC
HAGANS Joseph J. 29 M W Bar Keeper --- 100 SC
ERWIN Thomas G. M W Clerk in Bar Room SC

519. Lenora CLINE 97 (Cynthia DANIEL129, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1832 in York District, South Carolina.

520. William B. CLINE 97,367 (Cynthia DANIEL129, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1833 in York District, South Carolina and died before 1880.

General Notes: William B. CLINE, son of Charles S. CLINE and Cynthia DANIEL, is age 17 in the 1850 census of York County, South Carolina.

William B. CLINE, possibly dead, is missing from the 1880 census of York County when his wife Rebecca is head of household.
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Catawba Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1512 Page: 338: 1279 1293 CLINE, William D. [sic, B.] 35 M W Farmer 200 SC; Rebecca J. 32 F W Keeping House SC; William D. 3 M W SC (twin?); James D. 3 M W SC (twin?); Charles 1 M W SC.

William married Rebecca J. McCAMMON 367 before 1867. Rebecca was born about 1838 in South Carolina.

General Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Chester County, Wallace P.O.; Series: M653 Roll: 1217 Page: 155:
1296 1247 Nathaniel McCammon 52 M Farmer --- 467 SC
Elizabeth " 52 F SC
Rebecca " 24 F SC
James " 22 M SC
Sarah A. " 20 F SC
Rachel " 17 F SC
Martha " 15 F SC
Louisa " 13 F SC
Wm M. " 9 M SC

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Catawba Twp, 5 June 1880; Series T9 Roll 1243 Page 453: 74 74 Rebecca J. CLINE W F 40 Widowed Farming SC SC SC
James D. CLINE W M 12 Son S At Home SC SC SC
William D. CLINE W M 12 Son S At Home SC SC SC
Charles McC. CLINE W M 11 Son S At Home SC SC SC
Louisa J. CLINE W F 10 Dau S At Home SC SC SC
Israel CLINE W M 7 Son S At Home SC SC
Lizzie CLINE W F 7 Dau S At Home SC SC SC
Chinthia [sic] CLINE W F 4 Dau S At Home SC SC
Martha Allice CLINE W F 2 Dau S dead(?) SC SC SC


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1525 M    i. William D. CLINE 367 was born about 1867 in York County, South Carolina.

+ 1526 M    ii. James D. CLINE 367 was born on 14 Jan 1867 in York County, South Carolina, died on 9 May 1901 at age 34, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1527 F    iii. Lula Jane CLINE was born on 23 Sep 1868 in York County, South Carolina, died on 26 Jun 1952 in York County, South Carolina at age 83, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1528 M    iv. Charles McCammon CLINE 367 was born about 1869 in York County, South Carolina.

+ 1529 F    v. CLINE was born on 20 Oct 1872 in York County, South Carolina, died on 25 Dec 1872 in York County, South Carolina, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1530 F    vi. Lizzie CLINE 950 was born about 1873 in York County, South Carolina.

+ 1531 M    vii. Israel Putman CLINE, USA, Sp-American War 950 was born on 19 Jul 1873 in York County, South Carolina, died on 25 Feb 1940 in Laurens County, South Carolina at age 66, and was buried on 26 Feb 1940 in Greenville Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Abbeville County, South Carolina.

+ 1532 F    viii. Chinthia CLINE 950 was born about 1876 in York County, South Carolina.

+ 1533 F    ix. Martha Alice CLINE 950 was born about 1878 in York County, South Carolina and died about 1880 in South Carolina950 about age 2.

521. Mary J. CLINE 97 (Cynthia DANIEL129, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1834 in York District, South Carolina.

General Notes: Mary J. CLINE, 16, is named in the household of her parents, Charles S. and Cynthia Daniel CLINE in 1850 in the York County, South Carolina census.

On 9 Novenber 1856, Mary married Robert P. WHITE. In 1860, she and Robert have a one year old daughter.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Taylor's Creek PO; Series: M653 Roll: 1228 Page: 454 1464 1464 R. P. WHITE 28 M W Farmer 410 SC; Mary WHITE 25 "Dom" SC; H. WHITE 1 F W SC.

Mary and Robert are separated and probably divorced before 1870 when Mary is living in the household of her father, Charles S. CLINE as Mary J. WHITE, without husband or child. Robt P. WHITE, 39, likely her ex-husband, is in Clarenden County, South Carolina, married to Rebecca 28, and a daughter Henrietta P., age 12 (the daughter "H." in the 1860 census?), and an 11 year old son, P----- M.

The 1880 U.S. Census shows Mary WHITE, divorced, still living in the household of her widowed father. Mary is listed with a daughter, Addie WHITE, 8 years old. (by whom?)

Mary married Robert Patton WHITE,951 son of Henry Fuller WHITE and Elizabeth WYLIE, on 9 Nov 1856 in York District, South Carolina. Robert was born on 14 Aug 1827 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, died on 11 Mar 1915 in Adams County, Idaho at age 87, and was buried in Kessler Cemetery, Adams County, Idaho.

Marriage Notes: From the Yorkville Miscellany newspaper: "Married in this District on the 9th ultimo, by John RODDY, Esq., Mr. Robert P. WHITE, and Miss Mary J. CLINE." [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scyork/Marriages/Miscellany.html]

General Notes: Robert P. WHITE, son of Henry Fuller WHITE and Elizabeth WYLIE, was born about 1832. He is age 28 in the 1860 census.

An R. P. WHITE is a witness to the 6 October 1854 LW&T of Mary BRUMFIELD, the mother of Harriet who married Joseph John DANIEL of York County, South Carolina.

1853 - SC Archives: Series Number: S165015 Year: 1853 Item: 00078 ignore: 00 Date: 1853/08/16 Description: Citizens of York District, Petition to Discontinue the Road from Cureton Ferry Road to the Main Road to Columbia and Chester. (Four Pages) Names Indexed: SITGREAVES, John/CROOKS, Joseph/HARNE, M. H./ROGERS, W. D./DUNLAP, W. S./DUNLAP, E. S./GARRICK, John Sr./MCFADDEN, J./STUEART, O. G./LYLE, John/CROOK, W./DAVIS, James L./ROGERS, John/WHITE, Robert P./WILKINSON, William/SIMES, Irvin/SCOTT, John/SIMS, W. B/SIMS, J. T./BLALOCK, James.

On 9 Novenber 1856, Robert P. WHITE married Mary J. CLINE. In 1860, they have a one year old daughter.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Taylor's Creek PO; Series: M653 Roll: 1228 Page: 454 1464 1464 R. P. WHITE 28 M W Farmer 410 SC; Mary WHITE 25 "Dam" SC; H. WHITE 1 F W SC.

Robert and Mary are separated and probably divorced before 1870 when Mary is living in the household of her father, Charles S. CLINE as Mary J. WHITE, without husband or child. In 1880, Mary, divorced, still lives in her father's household.

Researcher Kay Quijada wrote:
"I know quite a bit about Robert Patton WHITE from 1870 in Arkansas (new wife & children), and their travels to Idaho where he spent the rest of his life. I don't know much about the White family in South Carolina. The earliest I've found this gggrandfather is the 1850 Fed Census residing with his mother, Elizabeth Wylie WHITE. I know very little else of the family.
My grandfather, William H. "Bud" WHITE, b. Nov 1856, is the son of Robert Patton WHITE, but I don't know who his mother is. I've been seeking info relative to identifying his mother. Additionally, I don't know much about RP WHITE's father, Henry Fuller WHITE. Regards, Kay
P.S. In 1872 RP WHITE and family left Pope Co., ARK for Walla Walla, WA with a party of pioneers. They stopped in the Oklahoma Territory to camp and several of the party died from "bad water." One of them was RP WHITE's 4 yr. old dtr., Harriet. They turned back to Pope Co. Ark. They tried again in 1873 and got as far as southern Idaho and stayed. It looks like he had 2 daughters named Harriet after his sister, and both died young."

1870 U.S. Census, Arkansas Pope County, North Fork Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 61 Page: 425: 198 200 WHITE Robert P. 38 M W Farmer $250 $500 SC;
-- Ellen B. 27 F W Keeping house GA;
-- William H. 14 M W At home SC;
-- Harriet E. 1 F W At home AR.

1880 U.S. Census, Idaho, Washington County, Council; Series: T9 Roll: 173 Page: 372:
120 121 WHITE Robert W M 54 M Farmer Scotland Scot Scot [sic, all South Carolina. RLD];
-- Ellinor W F 35 Wife M Keeping house AL AL AL;
-- Robert W M 5 Son S AR Scot AL;
-- Delia W F 3 Dau S AR Scot AL.

Robert Patton White, was born in South Carolina about 1827 and died 11 March 1915 in Council, Adams County, Idaho at age 88 years, 6 months, and 25 days. He was a son of Henry White. He was married and a retired farmer. Informant was Ellen White of Council, Idaho. He was buried in Council, Idaho on 12 March 1915. ["Idaho, Death Certificates, 1911-1937," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FLTW-GQ1 : accessed 21 Jun 2013), Robert Patton White, 11 Mar 1915.]

Robert is buried beside his wife and widow in Kessler Cemetery, Council, Adams County, Idaho. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, Ellen, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 16132594. The headstone is only partially legible in the photograph.. The photographer, Cheryl Hanson, confirms this wording.

WHITE
ROBERT P. ELLEN
AUG 14, 1827 WIFE OF
MAR. 11, 1915 R. P.
APR. 5, 1837
JUL. 26, 1923

The memorial links to those of his wife, Ellen Purnell White (1837 - 1923), and children, Della White (____ - 1896) and Robert White (1873 - 1904).


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1534 F    i. Henrietta P. WHITE 951 was born on 7 Mar 1858 in Clarendon County, South Carolina, died on 31 Jan 1908 at age 49, and was buried in Jordan United Methodist Cemetery, Clarendon County, South Carolina.

+ 1535 F    ii. Addie WHITE 952 was born about 1872 in South Carolina.

522. Pvt Charles Pinckney CLINE, CSA 97 (Cynthia DANIEL129, David22, William II3, William I1) was born in Dec 1843 in York District, South Carolina, died on 11 Oct 1915 in York County, South Carolina at age 71, and was buried in Laurelwood Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Private C. P. Cline served the Confederate States of America in Company E, 17th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry, during the War Between The States. ["United States Civil War Soldiers Index, 1861-1865,"]

Charles Pinckney Cline married Mary Elizabeth ____ on 18 December 1869. From her widow's pension application: Charles Pinkney [sic] Cline enlisted in Company E, 17th S. C. Battalion, under Captain Machan on November 1861 and served until the 9 April 1865, and was discharged on 10 April 1865. He did not desert.

In 1880, C. P. and Mary resided separately.
1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Catawba; Series: T9 Roll:1243 Page: 458B:
161 161 CLINE C. Pinckney W M 35 S Farmer SC SC SC

1900 U. S. Census, South Carolina, Lancaster County, Flat Creek Twp, Haile Gold Mine Town; Series: T623 Roll: ___ Page: 3B:
62 66 KLINE [sic] C. P. Head W M Dec 1843 56 M 15 NC NC NC Gold mine night-watch
-- Mary Wife W F May 1855 M 15 1 1

C. P. Cline, born in South Carolina, died 11 October 1915 in Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina at "about 74" years of age. He was the son of Charles Cline and Miss Daniel. He was married. Informant was Mary Cline of Rock Hill. She signed the death certificate with her mark, "X". Interment was in Laurelwood Cemetery on 11 October 1915. ["South Carolina, Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9F2-Q35 : accessed 18 Jun 2013), Charles Cline in entry for C. P. Cline, 11 Oct 1915.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 63568579

Charles married Mary Elizabeth on 18 Dec 1869. Mary was born on 8 Aug 1853 and died in 1922 at age 69.

General Notes: Mary EElizabeth Cline filed an Honor Roll Widow Application Under Act of 1919 on 20 October 1919, Class B. In it she swore she was the widow of Charles Pinkney [sic] Cline who enlisted in Company E, 17th S. C. Battalion, under Captain Machan on November 1861 and served until the 9 April 1865, and was discharged on 10 April 1865. I was married to him 18 December 1869. He did not desert the service of the Confederate States not of this State. He died in October 1814 [sic]. Mary said she was 66 years old and resided at Rock Hill, York County, S. C. and have lived there all my life. She had been on the pension roll of South Carolina in Class C-4. Perry Ferguson,company A, 6th S.C. and L. R. Williams, Company E, 17th Regiment attested to the application. Handwritten note on the application, "Died 1922".[http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/ViewImage.aspx?imageNumber=L4611800050a.jpg&recordId=239184]

523. William B. DANIEL (Artemisia DANIEL130, David22, William II3, William I1) was born on 14 Aug 1830 in Chester District, South Carolina,368 died on 26 Dec 1898 in York County, South Carolina at age 68, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "William B. DANIEL was born and reared in Chester County, S. C. He is presumed to be the son of Artemisia DANIEL. Although there is a great deal of information about his grandfather, David DANIEL, nothing is known about his father. Both he and his mother were in York County in separate households by 1850, when he is listed in the Census records for the first time. In 1850 William, age 18, was listed in the household of Elizabeth WREN, age 50, who had sons Francis T., age 18, and Alonzo, age 10.

From the settlement of William's grandfather's estate, it is evident there was a connection between the DANIEL and WYLIE families. Apparently that connection continued through the years for he married the widow Elizabeth (Wylie) WHITE. That may have been his reason for moving to York County.

William, Elizabeth, and six of her seven children by a former marriage, lived in a house near Harmony, called familiarly "Harmony Station" because it was located near the railroad. Harmony had a general store, post office and cotton gin. More than likely the home was part of the Wylie property that Elizabeth had inherited from her father. At first William may have continued the former Wylie plantation operations until he owned land in his own right.

SC Archives: Series: S165005 Year: ND00 Item: 03854 Page: 000 Date: No date Description: Committee on the Judiciary, Report on the Petition of William B. DANIEL Asking to Grant Legitimacy to Mary DANIEL, his Daughter by Elizabeth WHITE (2 Pages) Names indexed: DANIEL, Mary E.; DANIEL, William B.; WHITE, Elizabeth; WILLIAMS, George W. Locations: Document type: Report of Legislative Committee. Topics: Bastardy

On 5 January 1857 a deed was executed between John S. MILLER, Commissioner in Equity for York County, and William B. DANIEL, "by virtue of a decree of the Court of Equity for York District to me directed in the Case of W B DANIELS vs R P WHITE & others did expose to public Sale at York Court House" 2 October 1854 a tract of land on the waters of Neelys Creek bounded by lands of Elizabeth WREN Samuel McDOW Isaac A. ALLEN Wm WYLIE & others containing 404A, reference made to a plat made by John RODDEY DS dated 17 July 1854. Sold to W B DANIEL for $6 per acre, the highest bid. Wit: Wm B FEWELL, Y Y THOMAS. Recorded 5 January 1857. Delivered to W B DANIELS 2 March 1857. One wonders about the basis for this transaction and if it alienated the oldest White son from their family.

William's owning slaves is documented in the Neely's Creek Church history which notes that the following were accepted into membership in that Church: Sept. 25, 1859 - Moriah; Sept. 1863 - Becky; Oct. 1863 - Hariet and Sam. These were among the slaves willed by William WYLIE to his daughter Elizabeth. By 1860 William DANIEL owned eighteen slaves, mostly women and children.

As noted above, the Daniel family were members of nearby Neely's Creek Church. Their children were reared in that church and, with other families in that area, continued a tradition that reaches to our family today. On April 24, 1858, Elizabeth DANIEL transferred to the Neely's Creek Church from the Presbyterian Church. Children in the family joined the church in their own right in their eighteenth year or older: Harriett Jane WHITE joined the church on 10 May 1857. On 18 May 1859 Margaret Amelia WHITE joined the church. In May 1863 W. W. WHITE became a member. In Sept 1863 R. P. WHITE and wife Mary D. WHITE became members of the church. On 2 May 1868, J. H. WHITE joined the church. Mary E. DANIEL joined the Neely's Creek Church on Sept. 24, 1870 at eighteen years of age.

The DANIELS had three children, Mary, Jim and Louisa. William and Elizabeth lived until the late 1890's. A record of his estate has not been located in either Chester or York County. They and their Daniel children are buried at Neely's Creek Church Cemetery.

There are no direct male Daniel descendants of William B. Daniel. His only son never married and, as far as we know, never had any children. My brother and two cousins are the only living male descendants of his daughter, Mary Emma Daniel." (Jerri Hall)

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Coates Tavern PO, 21 Sep 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1228 Page: 457: 1518 1518 Wm B DANIEL 27 M W Farmer 7000 187500 Chester D SC; Elizabeth DANIEL 45 F W Dam Y. D. SC; Wm WHITE 22 M W Apt Farmer Y. D. SC; H. WHITE 21 F W Apt Y. D. SC; M. A. WHITE 20 F W Y. D. SC; M. E. WHITE 17 F W Y. D. SC; Thos F WHITE 14 M W Y. D. SC; John WHITE 12 M W Y. D. SC; Mary DANIEL 7 F W Y. D. SC; Jas B. DANIEL 5 M W Y. D. SC; Louisa A. DANIEL 3 F W Y. D. SC.
William B. DANIEL married the widow Elizabeth WYLIE, widow of Henry Fuller WHITE. Eight houses away are the families of Cynthia Daniel CLINE and Artemisia Daniel ALLEN.

William married Elizabeth WYLIE, daughter of William WYLIE and Margaret PATTON, after 1850 in South Carolina. Elizabeth was born on 23 Sep 1814 in York District, South Carolina,368 died on 12 Jun 1895 in York County, South Carolina at age 80, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: "The daughter of a planter, Elizabeth Wylie grew up in well to do circumstances. She and her first husband had seven children, the last of whom was born the year his father died. Both of her parents were dead, and she also lost one of her brothers that year. It must have been a terrible time in her life. [See Wylie Excursus]
It would be interesting to know how Elizabeth Wylie White and William B. Daniel came to be married, especially since he was 16 years her junior. He was only five years older than her oldest son. Was it a marriage of convenience? Speculation aside, they had three children of their own and their marriage lasted for 45 years." (Jerri Hall)

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York District, 29 July 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 860 Page: 165:
10 10 Elizabeth WHITE 31 F 2500 York Dist.
Robert P. 15 M W York Dist. (Future husband of Mary J. CLINE, his first cousin)
William W. 14 M F York Dist.
Harriet J. 11 F W York Dist.
Margaret A 10 F W York Dist.
Martha E. 7 F W York Dist.
Thomas J. 4 M W York Dist.
John H. 1 M W York Dist.
This is Elizabeth WYLIE, widow of Henry Fuller WHITE. Elizabeth remarried to William B. DANIEL after July 1850.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York District, 16 Nov 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 851 Page: 62:
972 972 Thomas WHITE 36 M W Farmer 3872 SC
Elizabeth WHITE 34 F W SC
May WHITE 13 W F SC
Neely? WHITE 12 F W SC
Robert WHITE 11 M W SC
Henly WHITE 5 M W SC
Jesse WHITE 4 M W SC
Alfred WHITE 1 M W SC
Thomas WHITE may be related to the family of William B. DANIEL who married Elizabeth WYLIE, widow of Henry Fuller WHITE, likely a son of Elizabeth. This Thomas White lives two homes away from Robert and Mary McCreight CHERRY. William B. was the son of Artemisia DANIEL, sister of Sarah Jane DANIEL who married James McCREIGHT. Sarah and James were the parents of Mary who married Robert CHERRY above.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 1536 F    i. Mary Emma DANIEL 368 was born on 11 Sep 1852 in York District, South Carolina,953 died on 29 Jan 1950 in York County, South Carolina954 at age 97, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1537 M    ii. James B. DANIEL 368 was born about 1855 in York District, South Carolina, died on 25 Aug 1931 about age 76, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1538 F    iii. Louisa A. DANIEL 368 was born on 16 Oct 1857 in York District, South Carolina, died on 7 Jan 1862 in York County, South Carolina at age 4, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

524. Thomas A. DANIEL 369 (Artemisia DANIEL130, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1835 in York District, South Carolina.

525. John L. DANIEL 97 (Artemisia DANIEL130, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1840 in York District, South Carolina.

General Notes: In the 1850 census, John L. DANIEL, 10, is in the household of Isaac A. and Mesiah (Artemisia) Daniel ALLEN in York District, South Carolina. In the 1860 census, John ALLEN, age 20, is in Isaac and Artemisia Daniel ALLEN's household. John L. using Isaac's surname?

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Yorkville PO, 15 July 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1512 Page: 315: "DANIELS [sic], John L. 29 M W Farm Laborer SC" lives in household 952 965 James A. PARISH 42 Farmer and wife Mary A. 38. This household is five homes away from his mother, Artemisia Daniel ALLEN and two households away from his uncle by marriage, Charles S. CLINE, 65, and his cousin, Mary J. WHITE, 34, Charles' daughter.

526. Julia A. ALLEN 97 (Artemisia DANIEL130, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1844 in York District, South Carolina, died on 9 Apr 1863 about age 19, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina. She had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: Julia is buried in Neely's Creek ARP Church Cemetery, Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 21475105:

JULIA A.
Daughter of
ISAAC A. & ARTEMESIA
ALLEN.
BORN
Feb 28, 1844 [*]
DIED
Apr. 9, 1863.
Aged 19 Yrs. 1 Mo.
12[?] Days
[*Calculated from age at death. Stone broken through the birth date. Feb 26, 1844 is the date of birth per others. The "12" would have to be a "14" for that to be. In the eye of the beholder? Is there a Bible reference? RLD.]

527. Isaac Halcot ALLEN, CSA 97 (Artemisia DANIEL130, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1846 in York District, South Carolina and died on 12 May 1864 in Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia about age 18.

General Notes: Isaac H., age 4, son of Isaac and Artemesia Allen, is named in the 1850 census. In 1860, he is listed as Halcot, age 13, but erroneously shown as female.

"Halcot ALLEN enlisted in Company H, 12th Regiment, S. C. Volunteers, Confederate States of America. He was just eighteen years old when he was killed in action. He is buried on the battlefield at Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia." (Jerri Hall)
ALLEN, I.H., 1846 - 1864 on Confederate Monument, Erected by the Neely's Creek Church Cemetery Association, August 22, 1993 (York County, SC)

528. Theodore Middleton ALLEN 98 (Artemisia DANIEL130, David22, William II3, William I1) was born on 26 Mar 1848 in York District, South Carolina, died on 24 Dec 1928 at age 80, and was buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: 1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Chester County, Rossville; Series:T9 Roll: 1225 Page: 237A:
166 172 ALLEN, L. [sicc, T. RLD] M W M 31 M Farmer SC SC SC
-- Louisa E. W F 34 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County; Catawba; Series:T623 Roll:___ Page: 4B:
64 64 ALLEN Theodore M. Head W M Mar 1848 52 M 25 SC SC SC Land owner
-- Lou E. Wife W F Oct 1846 53 25 1 1 SC SC SC
BARRON Mary H. Dau W F Sept 1880 19 M 1 0 0 SC SC SC
Barron John G. Son-in-law W M Apr 1876 24 M 1 SC SC SC Farmer

Theodore Middleton Allen is buried in Neely's Creek ARP Church Cemetery, Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 21475112:

T.M. ALLEN
MAR.26, 1848
DEC. 24, 1928

The family plot marker names::

ALLEN
THEODORE MIDDLETON ALLEN
AND
LOUISA HARDIN CORNWELL ALLEN

The memorial links to those for his wife, Louisa Elizabeth Cornwell Allen (1845 - 1918), and a daughter, Mary Allen Barron (1880 - 1966).

Theodore married Louisa Elizabeth CORNWELL about 1875. Louisa was born on 25 Oct 1845 in York District, South Carolina and died on 5 Apr 1918 at age 72.

General Notes: Louisa Elizabeth Cornwell Allen is buried in Neely's Creek ARP Church Cemetery, Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 21475106:

LOUISA E. CORNWELL
WIFE OF
T. M. ALLEN
OCT. 25, 1845
APR. 5, 1918

The memorial links to those for her parents, John William Cornwell (1818 - 1873) and Azubah Harden Cornwell (1822 - 1890), her husband, Theodore Middleton Allen (1848 - 1928), daughter, Mary Allen Barron (1880 - 1966), and numerous of her siblings.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 1539 F    i. Mary Henrietta ALLEN was born on 6 Sep 1880 and died on 20 Apr 1966 at age 85.

529. Lizzie POLK (Mary DANIEL131, David22, William II3, William I1)

530. William POLK (Mary DANIEL131, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1835 in York County, South Carolina.

531. Mary POLK (Mary DANIEL131, David22, William II3, William I1) was born in Feb 1837 in York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: Mary POLK married Uriah Gandy.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County; Coats Tavern P.O.; Series" M653 Roll: 1228 Page: 185:
1506 1506 Uriah GRANDY [sic] 29 M Carpenter 50 Chester District, SC
Mary GRANDY 22 F Dom York District, SC
Amelia GRANDY 5 F York District, SC
Margaret POLK 21 F Asst Dom York District, SC
Martha BELL 6 F York District, SC

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lancaster County, Cedar Creek; Series: T9 Roll: 1232 Page: 248D:
35 35 GANDY Uriah T.[?] W M 50 M Laborer Farm SC SC SC
-- Mary W F 43 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC
-- Luisa C. W F 16 Dau S Laborer SC SC SC
-- Rufus W M 10 Son S Laborer SC SC SC
-- Nannie W F 8 Dau S SC SC SC
--Lilley W F 5 Dau S SC SC SC
POLK Margaret W F 41 Sister-in-law S [illegible illness] SC SC SC

In the 1900 census of York County, South Carolina, Mary, age 63, resides in the household of her son-in-law Rufus Gandy. Her birth is listed as Feb 1837. She was a widow, married 46 years, had 10 children, two still living.

Mary married Uriah J. GANDY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1540 F    i. Amelia Jane GANDY was born on 10 Sep 1855 in York County, South Carolina, died on 10 Oct 1924 in York County, South Carolina at age 69, and was buried in Laurelwood Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1541 F    ii. Louisa C. GANDY was born on 6 May 1864 in South Carolina, died on 28 Nov 1938 in York County, South Carolina at age 74, and was buried in Laurelwood Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1542 M    iii. Rufus U. GANDY was born on 6 Jan 1870 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, died on 6 Apr 1918 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina at age 48, and was buried in Laurelwood Cemetery, York County, South Carolina.

+ 1543 F    iv. Lillian Rebecca GANDY was born on 5 Oct 1875 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, died on 26 Feb 1933 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina at age 57, and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.

532. Margaret POLK (Mary DANIEL131, David22, William II3, William I1) was born about 1839 in York County, South Carolina.

General Notes: In the 1860 census of York County, South Carolina, Margaret POLK 21 F Apt Dom York District SC resides in household 1506, with Uriah, 29, and Mary Gandy, 22, Coats Tavern P.O.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lancaster County, Cedar Creek; Series: T9 Roll: 1232 Page: 248D:
35 35 GANDY Uriah _. W M 50 M Laborer Farm SC SC SC
-- Mary W F 43 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC
-- Luisa C. W F 16 Dau S Laborer SC SC SC
-- Rufus W M 10 Son S Laborer SC SC SC
-- Nannie W F