Descendants of Thomas Dickenson

Generation No. 1
1. THOMAS1 DICKENSON was born Abt. 1680 in King William Co. Va. now Caroline Co. Va., and died 1734 in Caroline Co. Va. He married SARAH Abt. 1701 in Caroline Co. Va.

Children of THOMAS DICKENSON and SARAH are:
i. JAMES2 DICKENSON.
2. ii. AGNES DICKENSON, b. 1732; d. 1785, Georgia.
iii. THOMAS JR. DICKENSON, b. Caroline Co., VA.
iv. GRIFFITH DICKENSON, b. Caroline Co., VA.
v. DAUGHTER DICKENSON, b. Caroline Co., VA; m. JAMES GARLAND.
3. vi. HENRY SR. DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1715, King William Co. now Caroline Co. Va.; d. Aft. August 21, 1792, Washington Co.Va. now Russell Co. Va..
vii. JOHN DICKENSON, d. 1788, lived near Piney Mtn. Lousia Co. Va..

Generation No. 2
2. AGNES2 DICKENSON (THOMAS1) was born 1732, and died 1785 in Georgia. She married WILLIAM JR. JENNINGS 1750, son of WILLIAM JENNINGS and MARY PULLIAM.

Children of AGNES DICKENSON and WILLIAM JENNINGS are:
4. i. DICKERSON3 JENNINGS, b. Abt. 1751, in Amelia Co., Va..
5. ii. JOHN JENNINGS, b. 1752; d. Aft. December 15, 1794, will probated Jan. 4, 1795 Nottoway Co. Va..
iii. WILLIAM III JENNINGS, b. 1754, VA.; d. Aft. 1812, of GA; m. FANNIE (OR CATHERINE?) JONES, December 12, 1784.
6. iv. MOODY JENNINGS, b. 1756, Campbell Co. VA..
v. JAMES JENNINGS, b. 1758, VA..
7. vi. JOSEPH JENNINGS, b. 1762, Amelia Co. VA.; d. 1842, Edgefield District, S.C..
vii. ROBERT JENNINGS, b. 1764, Prince Edward Co.VA.; m. ELIZABETH (OR FRANCES) ARNOLD.
viii. THOMAS JENNINGS, b. 1766, VA.; d. Aft. 1801, of Edgefield Dist., SC; m. ELIZABETH.
ix. HENRY JENNINGS, b. 1768, VA..
x. ELIZABETH JENNINGS, b. 1770.
8. xi. SARAH"SALLY" JENNINGS, b. VA..
9. xii. MARY JENNINGS, b. 1772.
10. xiii. NANCY JENNINGS, b. 1774; d. Bef. 1809.

3. HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON (THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1715 in King William Co. now Caroline Co. Va., and died Aft. August 21, 1792 in Washington Co.Va. now Russell Co. Va.. He married AGNES JENNINGS Abt. 1745 in Virginia, daughter of WILLIAM JENNINGS and MARY PULLIAM.

Notes for HENRY SR. DICKENSON:
I think the first part of this is book which is 1799-1808

7 - October 28, 1799 - John Graham, assignee of Samuel Ewing - 76 ac - part of Treasury Warrant 10249 dated December 22, 1781 - on the north side of Andrew Cowan's land whereon he now lives - near a line of Cowan's tract - corner to a survey of John Cowan - corner to John Cowan and Andrew Cowan

55 - March 8, 1805 - Henry Dickenson - 200 ac - on the waters of Clinch River, being part of 550 ac which was excluded for Henry Dickenson in the calculation of Call McGregors survey of 76593 ac - entry made March 5, 1805, part of Treasury Warrant 1855 dated March 18, 1796 - corner to James Lee

69 - March 14, 1808 - Henry Dickenson - 90 ac - part Treasury Warrant 1855 dated March 18, 1796 - on both sides of Mockerson Creek - corner to Solomon Frazier & John Johnson - corner to Leodicia Hogg

103 - July 7, 1818 - James Dickenson - 84 ac - part Treasury Warrant 14585 dated September 1, 1782 - on the waters of Mockerson Creek (part of the land excluded in Hugh McClungs survey for Dickenson) top of a spur of Clinch Mountain

137 - May 21, 1834 - John Dickenson - 68 ac - on both sides of Big Toms Creek, part exchange warrant 2624 dated December 19, 1832 - on the south side of Toms Creek - supposed to be on a line of John Prestons 803 ac tract - crossing Toms Creek - north side of Toms Creek - crossing Toms Creek

138 - May 20, 1834 - Charles W. Bickley - 335 ac - on both sides of Craborchard

199 - March 18, 1856 - Robert P. Dickenson - 990 ac - in that part of Russell County taken by Wise County - on both sides of Russells Creek, waters of Clinch river - treasury warrant 22953 dated April 11, 1855 - at the head of the coal branch - on the top of Bull hill - in a gap of the hill on the east side of the public road - on the north bank of the creek

239 - May 28, 1808 - John Dickenson - on the waters of Bushes Mill Creek and on the north side of Copper Ridge - part treasury warrant 25817 dated April 2, 1861 issued to John Dickenson - 100 ac - on the east side of Bushes Mill Creek and down the same - with Call McGregors line - corner to Dale Carter - corner to the Burgis survey - on the top of Copper Ridge in the McClung line - 87 ac

Russell Co., Va book 1 1786-1799

The Washington County Surveyors Record 1781-1797

64 - Henry Dickenson - November 1, 1787 - Treasury Warrant 8471 dated April 5, 1782 - 169 ac - between Copper Creek & Copper Ridge - corner tract of Henry Dickenson - corner to Jacob Niece

81 - Henry Dickenson - January 13, 1790 - 100 ac - part Treasury Warrant 15623 dated May 8, 1783 - on the north side of Copper Ridge - spur of Copper Ridge - at the foot of Copper Ridge

81 - January 15, 1790 - William Gilmore, assignee of Henry Reed, heir of Richard Reid - 255 ac - Commissioners Certificate - on the north side of Copper Ridge - spur of Copper Ridge, corner to Henry Dickenson - foot of Copper Ridge

96 - September 29, 1790 - Henry Dickenson - 25 ac - part Treasury Warrant 8471 dated April 5, 1782 - on both sides of Copper Creek - above a mill pond - in the edge of a waggon road - on the bank of Copper Creek at the lower end of an Island

105 - December 24, 1790 - Henry Hamblin, assignee of Samuel Haddock, assignee of John Blakemore - 399 ac - Commissioners Certificate - on the south side of Clinch River

105 - January 21, 1791 - Alexander Barnett - 240 ac - part Treasury Warrant 15623 dated May 8, 1783 - corner to Henry Dickenson

220 - August 10, 1795 - James Dickenson - 200 ac - part Treasury Warrant 10872 dated February 6, 1782 - on the north side of Mocason Ridge - near the head of Lick Branch - at a fork of Lick Branch

224 - November 23, 1795 - James Dickerson - 40 ac - part Treasury Warrant 1024_ dated December 22, 1781 - on the waters of Clinch River - corner John Counts on the north side of the Glade Hollow Ridge - near a sugar camp

226 - December 8, 1795 - Henry Dickenson & Thomas Johnson, Tenants in Common - 110 ac - part Treasury Warrant 11118 dated February 27, 1782 - on the head of Little Copper Creek, branch of Clinch River - on the north side of Copper Ridge=20 226 - December 9, 1795 - Thomas Johnson & Henry Dickenson, Tenants in Common - 800 ac - part Land Office Warrant 11118 dated February 27, 1782 - on big Copper Creek on both sides thereof - at the head of William Dorton's spring branch near an old house - crossing Copper Creek - spur of Mocason Ridge - north side of the Lick Knob - on the northeast side of Little Copper Creek - corner Edward Dorton

312 - Henry Dickinson - October 10, 1798 - 200 ac - part Treasury Warrant 14585 dated September 1, 1782 - on the south side of Copper Ridge - corner to Charles Carter - corner Henry Dickensons original survey

320 - Henry Dickenson - October 18, 1798 - part Treasury Warrant 10872 dated February 6, 1782 - on the waters of the Cub Creek, branch of Clinch River - corner to Simeon Cockrells land - corner to Patrick Porter - on the north side of Taylors Valley

Page 404 - John Marshal - 540 ac - on the north side of Clinch River - treasury warrant #11460 - on Henry Dickeyson's line - by feeding branch - March 10, 1786

Page 192 - James Bussh, assignee of Henry Dickeyson...100 ac...Treasury Warrant...on the south side of Clynch River and known by the name of Russans place...Beginning corner to Henry Dickersons land...Warrant #8471, dated April 5, 1782...March 16, 1783

Page 154 - Henry Dickeyson...150 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on both sides of Clinch River and on both sides of Feeding Creek in Cassells Woods...Beginning on the south bank of the river in a bent of the same...by the mouth of a branch...on the south side of the knobs...crossing Feeding Creek and the river...March 15, 1783 - Henry Dickeyson, assignee of Alexander Ritchie, assignee of Joseph Blackeymore...300 ac...on both sides of clinch River and on both sides of Feeding Branch, includes improvements...148 ac surveyed on May 21, 1774...actual settlement made in 1773...August 23, 1781

Page 151 - Henry Dickenson...220 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the north side of Clinch River in Cassells Woods...Beginning corner to John Dickersons land...on John Bazdales line...March 15, 1783 - Henry Dickerson... 400 ac...on the north side of Clinch River...310 ac surveyed for Arcalas Dickeson on May 26, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773...August 22, 1781

184 - May 4, 1795 - Hugh McClung - 57,000 ac - part 2 Treasury Warrants: 7000 ac by 1159 dated February 7, 1795 & 50,000 by 1160 dated February 7, 1795 - Russell & Washington, the greater part in Washington Co. - beginning near the nead of Bushes Mill Creek - north side of the poor Valley Road - included within the boundary: 300 ac for Zachariah Fugate, 400 ac for John Tate, 300 ac for Charles Dever, 200 ac for William Fugate, 500 ac for Thomas Hobbs, 300 ac for David Cain, 300 ac for Widow Taylor, 400 ac for Joel Hobbs, 500 ac for James Dickenson, 1400 ac for Benjamin Astill, 666 ac for Timothy Burgess, Henry Dickenson, 300 ac for John Anderson, 200 ac for Richard Price, 234 for Robert Preston, 3000 ac for Thomas Stepleton, 28 ac

221 - (shown on map: Clinch River, Valey Creek, Copper Creek, Morqueson Creek) September 11, 1795 - Call McGriger - 76,593 ac - part 2 Treasury Warrants 1340 dated May 5, 1795 & 1210 March 6, 1795 - on the waters of Morqueson Creek, Copper Creek & Clinch River - on the bank of Copper Creek, at the mouth of Valey Creek - corner Hugh McClung survey - on the south bank of Clinch River - mouth of Bushes Mill Creek - on copper Ridge at the head of Bushes Mill Creek - crossing Copper & Morqueson Creeks - includes the following: James Ally, Sr., 230 ac - Thomas Ally 345 ac - John Back 420 ac - William Boling 300 ac - Charles Beckley 264 ac - Jacob Casel 200 ac - William Dorton 500 ac - William Dortons Estate 350 ac - John Davidson 170 ac - John English 300 ac - Benjamin Fugate 100 ac - Frederick Friley, Esquire 969 ac - Zachariah Fugate 180 ac - Ambrose Fletcher 100 ac - William Huston 200 ac - John Harris 140 ac - Charles Kilgore 100 ac - Robert Kilgore 226 ac - Henry Mohons Estate 200 ac - Robert M. McCoys Estate 400 ac - James McKenny 385 ac - James Osburne 400 ac - Thomas Osbourns Estate 600 ac - James Ovelton 460 ac - Abram Oxer 230 ac - Patrick Porter 185 ac - Samuel Porter 260 ac - Joshua Pennix 74 ac - William Russells Estate 600 ac - William Robinsons 200 ac - John Smith 358 ac - John Salliers 60 ac - Henry Smith 160 ac - Robert Tate 250 ac = John Tate 150 ac - Robert Vickers 200 ac - James Whartons Estate 200 ac - Henry Dickenson 550 ac - James Bush 100 ac - Charles Devers Estate 100 ac - William Fugates Estate 100 ac - Johnson V. Dickensons 1000 ac - James Lemarrs 100 ac - Henry Smith 150 ac - Henry Bowens 9700 ac - William Tate 145 ac

226 - December 8, 1795 - Henry Dickenson & Thomas Johnson, Tenants in Common - 110 ac - part Treasury Warrant 11118 dated February 27, 1782 - on the head of Little Copper Creek, branch of Clinch River - on the north side of Copper Ridge

226 - December 9, 1795 - Thomas Johnson & Henry Dickenson, Tenants in Common - 800 ac - part Land Office Warrant 11118 dated February 27, 1782 - on big Copper Creek on both sides thereof - at the head of William Dorton's spring branch near an old house - crossing Copper Creek - spur of Mocason Ridge - north side of the Lick Knob - on the northeast side of Little Copper Creek - corner Edward Dorton

227 - December 9, 1795 - Thomas Johnson & Henry Dickenson, Tenants in Common - 60 ac - part Treasury Warrant 11118 dated February 27, 1782 - on the ridge between the waters of Molls Creek & Grassy Creek - near the head of a hollow of Molls Creek - near a path that leads from William Dortons to James Osburn

Washington Co. Va. Misc. deeds

Washington Co. Va. Deed Bk. 1 part 1 1778-1797

p. 30 I, Henry DICKINSON, Sr. late of Co. of Prince Edward for special love and regard for my daughter JENNY SCOTT. Feb. 25, 1786.

p. 270 I, Henry DICKINSON, for love and affection I bear unto my grandchild John Dickinson ... grants a slave.

Early Settlers of Washington Co. Va.

"The rich valley about the salt works was settled early by the Crabtrees, McNews, Falbuths,  and Cawoods, and lower down, by the McCulloughs, Watsons, Dunns, Logans, McReynolds, and  many others. Several families began to settle north of the Clinch Mountain. Among them,  William and Reece Bowen, and in Castle Woods, William Russell. All were distinguished men  in the Revolution. The Gilmores, Carrells and Dickensons, settled early in that part of the  country; also the Brownings, Bickleys, and others, all most respectable people.

Washington County, VA Survey records abstracts

1781-1797 Part 1 of 5 (pages 1-100)

Page 151 - Henry Dickensrson...220 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the north side of
Clinch River in Cassells Woods...Beginning corner to
John Dickersons land...on John Bazdales line...March
15, 1783 - Henry Dickerson... 400 ac...on the north side of Clinch River...310 ac surveyed for Arcalas Dickeson on May 26, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773...August 22, 1781

Page 154 - Henry Dickeyson...150 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on both sides of Clinch River and on both sides of Feeding Creek in Cassells Woods...Beginning on the south bank of the river in a bent of the same...by the mouth of a branch...on the south side of the knobs...crossing Feeding Creek and the river...March 15, 1783 - Henry Dickeyson, assignee of Alexander Ritchie, assignee of Joseph Blackeymore...300 ac...on both sides of clinch River and on both sides of Feeding Branch, includes improvements...148 ac surveyed on May 21, 1774...actual settlement made in 1773...August 23, 1781

Page 192 - James Bussh, assignee of Henry Dickeyson...100 ac...Treasury Warrant...on the south side of Clynch River and known by the name of Russans place...Beginning corner to Henry Dickersons land...Warrant #8471, dated April 5, 1782...March 16, 1783

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and AGNES JENNINGS are:
11. i. HUMPHREY3 DICKERSON, b. October 08, 1747, Louisa Co. Va.; d. November 17, 1778, w.p. Washington Co. (now Russell Co.,) VA (by Indians).
12. ii. ARCHELAUS DICKENSON, b. Bef. 1748, Louisa Co. Va.; d. April 26, 1806, will Prob. Washington Co. Va..
13. iii. HENRY JR. DICKERSON, b. November 29, 1750, Louisa Co. Va.; d. July 05, 1825, Russell Co. Va..
14. iv. JAMES DICKERSON, b. 1753; d. 1860, another account has birth 1764.
15. v. MARY DICKERSON, b. 1755, Louisa Co.Va.; d. August 17, 1790, Fort Blackmore, Russell Co., VA..
16. vi. ELIZABETH "NANCY" DICKERSON, b. 1757, Louisa Co.Va.; d. Madison Co., KY.
17. vii. FRANCES "FANNY" DICKERSON, b. 1745, Louisa Co. Va.; d. May 09, 1796, Russell Co.Va..
viii. WILLIAM JENNINGS DICKERSON, b. 1751, Louisa Co. Va.; d. 1781, Prince Edward Co. VA.

Generation No. 3
4. DICKERSON3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1751 in in Amelia Co., Va.. He married FRANCES "JANE SUE" BAGLEY March 24, 1768 in Amelia, Co.Va., daughter of GEORGE BAGLEY and ELIZABETH ANDERSON.

Children of DICKERSON JENNINGS and FRANCES BAGLEY are:
i. ELIZABETH "BETSEY"4 JENNINGS, m. PETER STERN, January 03, 1791, Charlotte Co., Va..
ii. ANDERSON H. JENNINGS, b. Amelia, Co.Va.; d. November 16, 1845, wd 21 Nov. 1845 wp 5 Jan 1846 Weakley Co., TN; m. NANCY K. LIGON, February 24, 1818, Amelia, Co.Va..
iii. PLEASANT JENNINGS, m. BETSY HARVEY, January 03, 1791, Charlotte Co., Va..
iv. GEORGE B. JENNINGS, m. FRANCES JACKSON, January 08, 1796.
18. v. JAMES B. JENNINGS, b. Abt. 1787; d. Abt. 1855, Campbell Co., Va..
vi. PASCHAL JENNINGS, m. (1) FRANCES THORNTON, December 05, 1803, Charlotte Co., Va.; m. (2) SARAH "SALLY" THORNTON, December 05, 1805, Charlotte Co., Va..

5. JOHN3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1752, and died Aft. December 15, 1794 in will probated Jan. 4, 1795 Nottoway Co. Va.. He married MARY "MOLLIE" BEASLEY 1773.

Children of JOHN JENNINGS and MARY BEASLEY are:
i. COLEMAN4 JENNINGS.
ii. ELIZABETH DICKERSON JENNINGS.
iii. MARY BEASLEY JENNINGS.
iv. DOCIA COOK JENNINGS, d. Aft. 1850, of Dinwiddie Co.VA.
v. MARTHA CLARK JENNINGS.
19. vi. WILLIAM JENNINGS, b. October 1789; d. 1874, Nottoway Co. VA.
vii. JOHN JENNINGS.
viii. NANCY JENNINGS, m. JOHN JR. ROBERTSON.

6. MOODY3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1756 in Campbell Co. VA.. He married ANN HUNDLEY August 31, 1784 in Amelia Co. VA..

Children of MOODY JENNINGS and ANN HUNDLEY are:
20. i. CHARLES B.4 JENNINGS, b. Bef. April 06, 1838, Lincoln Co. GA.
ii. ANDREW JENNINGS, b. Bef. November 03, 1823.Z
iii. JAMES JENNINGS, b. Abt. 1795, or 1799, Lincoln Co. GA; m. MARTHA CARTLEDGE, January 21, 1821.

7. JOSEPH3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1762 in Amelia Co. VA., and died 1842 in Edgefield District, S.C.. He married FRANCES ELIZABETH REYNOLDS 1788, daughter of REYNOLDS and MARGARET HARRIS.

Children of JOSEPH JENNINGS and FRANCES REYNOLDS are:
i. ROBERT4 JENNINGS, b. 1794; m. LAVICY HILL.
ii. WILLIAM JENNINGS, b. 1798; d. 1815; m. HULDA HILL.
iii. THOMAS JENNINGS, b. 1798; m. LUCY TUCKER LAMDON.
iv. POLLY JENNINGS.
v. SUSAN JENNINGS.
21. vi. ELIZABETH JENNINGS, b. 1804.
22. vii. FRANCES JENNINGS, b. 1814.

8. SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born in VA.. She married (1) JOHN SR. ROBERTSON. She married (2) JOHN SR. ROBERTSON Bef. 1775, son of EDWARD ROBERTSON and MARY ?.

Child of SARAH"SALLY" JENNINGS and JOHN ROBERTSON is:
23. i. NANCY4 ROBERTSON, b. 1788; d. 1872.

Children of SARAH"SALLY" JENNINGS and JOHN ROBERTSON are:
ii. JAMES D.4 ROBERTSON.
24. iii. ARCHER "LAME" ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1775; d. October 27, 1830, wd Nottoway Co. VA.
iv. WILLIAM ROBERTSON.
v. HENRY I. ROBERTSON, m. ELIZABETH FOWLKES, Bef. 1820.
vi. EDWARD "NED" ROBERTSON.
25. vii. JENNINGS SR. ROBERTSON, d. 1819.
26. viii. JOHN JR. ROBERTSON, d. 1813.
ix. NANCY ROBERTSON, b. 1788; d. 1872; m. WILLIAM JENNINGS, January 06, 1815, Nottoway Co. VA.
x. MARY ELIZABETH ROBERTSON.

9. MARY3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1772. She married OLIVER JETER, son of THOMAS JETER and WINIFRED.

Children of MARY JENNINGS and OLIVER JETER are:
i. GARLAND4 JETER.
ii. SAMUEL JETER.
iii. ROBERT JETER.
27. iv. THOMAS JETER.
v. WILLIAM JETER, m. MARY LAMAR.
28. vi. JAMES JETER, d. 1830, GA.

10. NANCY3 JENNINGS (AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1774, and died Bef. 1809. She married JOHN HICKS.

Children of NANCY JENNINGS and JOHN HICKS are:
i. POLLY4 HICKS.
ii. JOHN JR. HICKS.
iii. DAVID HICKS.

11. HUMPHREY3 DICKERSON (HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born October 08, 1747 in Louisa Co. Va., and died November 17, 1778 in w.p. Washington Co. (now Russell Co.,) VA (by Indians). He married ELIZABETH.

Notes for HUMPHREY DICKERSON:
The Killing of Humphrey Dickenson
By Emory L. Hamilton
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From the unpublished manuscript, Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers, pages 55-56.

Humphrey Dickenson, son of Henry Dickenson, Sr., of Prince Edward Co., VA, and a brother to Henry Dickenson, Jr., first Clerk of Russell Co., VA, settled on 310 acres of land on the north side of Clinch River, just up river from Castlewood in the year 1769. The old two-story log house where he settled in still standing (1950s) in a fair state of repair and is now the property of Mr. Donald Gray, of Castlewood.

This acreage was surveyed for Humphrey Dickenson on May 26, 1774, being the first surveys made in what is now Russell County, and was entered in the records of the now extinct Fincastle Co., VA, and was reentered in Washington Co., VA, on August 23, 1781, in the name of John, spelled "Dickerson", heir-at-law to Humphrey Dickenson, deceased.

The tradition in the Dickenson family is that Humphrey Dickenson was killed by the Indians. They say he was found in Gist's Ford of Clinch River on a rock and had been shot by the Indians. This is another of the Indian killings, as there were many, which has not been documented and no factual evidence of the killing has been uncovered to date. The actual date of his death can be proven to have occurred sometime between 26th of August, 1777 and 17th of November, 1778, for on the latter date the Court of Washington Co., VA, entered this order: "On motion of Elizabeth Dickenson, and Thomas Brown, administration is granted them on the estate of Humphrey Dickenson, deceased, who made oath thereto and entered into and acknowledged their bonds in the sum of two thousand pounds lawful money with Archealous Dickenson, (brother of Humphrey) William Cowan, and John Anderson, their securities for the faithful administration of the said decedents estate."

"Ordered that John Dunkin (1), John Kincaid, Sr., and Samuel Porter (1), Zachariah Abel, and Archibald Scott (1), or any three of them, being first sworn to appraise the estate of Humphrey Dickenson, deceased, and make return to the court."

Humphrey Dickenson had four children at the time of his death, as proven by the Washington Co. Deed books (2) , wherein Henry Dickenson, father of the slain Humphrey, leaves a Negro slave to John Dickenson, son of Humphrey Dickenson, deceased, "for the love and affection I bear my grandchild." The order goes on to say that John must pay a fourth of the value of the Negro to each of his brothers and sisters; Humphrey Dickenson, Jr., Eliza Dickenson Crump, and Nancy Dickenson. Elizabeth, the widow of Humphrey Dickenson, later married a Mr. George Crump.

In Washington Co. Survey Book, page 192, is this entry:

Surveyed for John Dickerson two hundred and eighty six acres of land in Washington county, lying on the north side of Clinch River and beginning on the bank of the same below Gist's Ford; running thence up the meanders of the river, etc...Surveyed 15 March, 1783.

We the Commissioners, etc...do certify that John Dickerson, heir-at-law to Humphrey Dickerson, who was assignee of Joseph Blackmore, who was assignee of Nathaniel Gist is entitled to 310 acres of land lying in Washington county on the north side of Clynch River in Cassell's Woods, to include his improvement. Surveyed the 28th day of May, 1774.

(1) Later captured by the Indians.

(2) Archibald Scott who had married Humphrey Dickenson's sister, Frances (Fanny) was murdered on Wallens Creek in 1785, along with all his children, and his wife was taken captive, later escaping.

(3) Deed Book 1, page 30, dated 17 July, 1790, Washington Co., VA.

Children of HUMPHREY DICKERSON and ELIZABETH are:
29. i. HUMPHREY JR.4 DICKERSON.
ii. ELIZABETH (OR ELIZA) DICKERSON, m. JOHN CRAIG.
iii. NANCY DICKERSON.
iv. JOHN ll DICKERSON.

Notes for JOHN ll DICKERSON:

Washington County, VA Survey records abstracts
1781-1797 Part 1 of 5 (pages 1-100)

Page 192 - John Dickerson...286 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the north side of Clynch River...Beginning on the bank of Clynch River below Gists Ford...corner to Henry Dickerson...on John Barsdales line...by a path...March 15, 1783 - John Dickerson, heir of Humphrey Dickerson, assignee of Joseph Blackamore, assignee of Nathaniel Gist...310 ac on the north side of Clynch River in Cassels Woods, includes improvements...surveyed on May 28, 1774, actual settlement made in 1769...August 23, 1781

12. ARCHELAUS3 DICKENSON (HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Bef. 1748 in Louisa Co. Va., and died April 26, 1806 in will Prob. Washington Co. Va.. He married PRUDENCE ROWLETT 1768 in Russell Co. Va., daughter of JOHN ROWLETT and ? GOODE.

Notes for ARCHELAUS DICKENSON:
Nick name Hercules Dickenson

Children of ARCHELAUS DICKENSON and PRUDENCE ROWLETT are:
30. i. HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, b. Bef. 1779, (b. abt. 1770); d. Aft. 1830, poss. more children.
31. ii. JAMES DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1779, Russell, Co. VA.
32. iii. NANCY DICKENSON, b. June 26, 1778, Russell, Co. VA cousin to Thomas; d. September 15, 1818, Russell, Co. VA.
33. iv. ARCHELUS JR. DICKENSON, b. 1792, c/b aka Griffith (probably g-son of Archelus).
v. PRUDENCE DICKENSON, m. THOMAS BERRY.

13. HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON (HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born November 29, 1750 in Louisa Co. Va., and died July 05, 1825 in Russell Co. Va.. He married MARY POWELL August 19, 1772, daughter of HENRY POWELL and UNKNOWN.

Notes for HENRY JR. DICKERSON:
The First Court of Russell County.

On 9 May, 1786, the first court of Russell County was held in the Castles Woods settlement at the home of William Roberson. Governor Patrick Henry issued commissions to Justices to preside. The Justices were Alexander Barnett, Henry Smith, Daniel Ward, Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ritchie, Thomas Carter, Henry Dickenson and John Thompson.

Andrew Cowan and Thomas Carter were chosen to represent the county in the General Assembly (House of Delegates).

Appointed as county officers were: David Ward, Sheriff; Henry Dickenson, Clerk of Court; Samuel Ritchie and Patrick Porter, Commissioners of Revenue; Harry Smith, County Surveyor; Francis Browning, Coroner.

Appointed as county militia officers were: Colonel Henry Smith, Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Cowan, Major Charles Cocke, Captains David Ward, William Thompson, William Dorton, Charles Bickley, Francis Browning, James Davidson, Samuel Ritchie, Josiah Fugate and William Martin. Lieutenants were: Alexander Barnett, John Bowen, Charles Hays, John Tate, James Osborn, Samuel Roberson, Elisha Farris, Thomas Carter, Moses Skeggs and John Van Bebber. Ensigns were: Samuel Young, John Thompson, Robert Tate, Henry Hamblin, Solomon Litton, William Byrd, Benjamin Nichalson, Joseph Johnson and William Ewing.

Soon after the first court meeting, additional Justices were added. They were: Charles Bickley, William Martin, Richard Price, Christopher Cooper, John Bowen, John Tate, James Wharton, Charles Cocke and John Frazier.

WILL OF HENRY DICKENSON
Russell County, Virginia
Will Book 4A, Pages 213 - 216
Executed 03 Aug 1825

In the name of God Amen.

I Henry Dickenson senr. of the County of Russell and State of Virginia being indisposed in health, but of sound mind and memory, calling to mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die; with these reflections I make this my last Will and Testament to dispose of what worldly estate it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with. First I recommend my soul to Almighty God who gave it and my body to the dust from whence it came to be buried decently by my executor nothing doubting but it will be raised again by the Almighty power of Almighty God. Secondly. I lend to my loving wife Mary Dickenson during her life or widowhood, the following named slaves to wit Moses, Nelly, Old Ginney, Molly, Dave, Nan, Setin, Queen, Eve, Peter, Winney, Anderson, and Vilott. Also the proceeds of my stock in the United States Bank, six beds and furniture, six of her choice horses, Twenty head of her choice cattle, Twenty five head of sheep, all the hogs and poultry, all the farming utentials, blacksmith tools the household and kitchen furniture with houses and plantation whereon I now live; the benefit of the place whereon Berry Evans lives until my grand son Daniel Ellington becomes to lawful age or married, and the benefit of (corner missing) place where John Skeen lives during her natural (corner missing) all equal with my son Robert Dickenson with the exception of the Beds and furniture, Household and kitchen furniture which I give my loving wife Mary during her life and wish her to dispose of it as she thinks propper. And at the death or intermarriage of my wife Mary, I desire that all the foregoing named slaves and their increase with the exception of the two first mentioned Moses and Nelly, be divided in the following manner, vizt. I give and bequeath to my son Henry Dickenson and his heirs forever old Ginney, Eve and Vilott and their increase. To my son James Dickenson I give and bequeath to him and his heirs forever Molly. I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Burdine and her heirs forever Queen and Peter with their increase. I give and bequeath to my son John Dickenson and his heirs forever Anderson and Winney, and I give and bequeath to my son Robert Dickenson and his heirs forever, Dave, Nan and Setin with their increase. And likewise after the death of my loving wife Mary Dickenson I give and bequeath to my son Henry Dickenson and his heirs forever young Moses, and to my son James Dickenson and his heirs forever Nelly and her increase, and the rest of my property heretofore mentioned to remain on the place whereon I now live for the use of my son Robert Dickenson and his heirs forever. And my stock in the United States Bank heretofore mentioned be equally divided between my two sons Robert Dickenson and James Dickenson. 3dly - I give and bequeath to my son Henry Dickenson and his heirs forever the following slaves and their increase old Moses and young Ginney, also my interest in the Carding and Fulling Machines at Charles Bickleys. 4thly. I give and bequeath to my son James Dickenson and his heirs forever, the following slaves, Jack, and Umphrey and the place whereon he now lives running with Burdines line to the corner between where John Skeen and Stephen Skeen now lives from thence a straight line to include the meadow under the ridge that Pigmon cleared and joining his land. 5thly I give and bequeath to my son John Dickenson and his heirs forever one negro girl named Mary and her increase. 6thly I give and bequeath to my son Robert Dickenson and his heirs forever the tract of land lying on the head of Robinson's Mill Creek containing about 200 acres, the tract of land whereon Fielding Isaacks lives of 160 acres and the tract of land whereon my grice and saw mills are with all things thereunto belonging: also the following slaves & increase, that is Edmund, Sooky, Cate, Bob, Charles, Susan, and Mourning. Also the houses with the adjoining tracts of land with their appurtainances whereon I now live after the death of my wife Mary. 7thly I give and bequeath to my Daughter Polly Duff and her heirs forever one tract of land lying and being in Lee County on Wallens Creek, also one negro girl named Lize and her increase. 8thly I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Burdine and her heirs forever the West end of the tract of land divided by the line mentioned in the 4th section of this my last will and testament: also the following named slaves Fan and Mariah. 9thly I give to my grandson Daniel Ellington and his heirs forever the tract of land whereon Berry Evans now lives, at his arrival to lawful age or marries - provided he relinquishes his interest of the lands belonging to the estate of his Father and Mother decd to the heirs and legal representatives thereof. 10thly. I give and bequeath to my Grand Children, viz't Jerusha Caldwell, Francis Ellington, Polly Hanson, Nathan Ellington, Elizabeth Boyd, and Patsy Ellington and their heirs forever, one hundred dollars each to be paid equally by my three children, Robert Dickenson, John Dickenson and Martha Burdine in two instalments that is one half within six months after my death, and the other half within six months after my wife Mary Dickensons death, likewise one hundred dollars to my Grand Son Daniel Ellington to be paid by my Executor out of my Estate if the said Daniel Ellington refuses complying with the 9th section of this my last Will and Testament. 11thly I give and bequeath to my grand children Patsy Muncey and Elizabeth Erwin and their heirs forever two hundred Dollars each to be paid by my two sons Henry Dickenson and James Dickenson in like manner as mentioned in the preceeding section. 12thly If my grandson son Daniel Ellington refuses complying with the 9th section of this my last Will and Testament I wish my Executor to make sale of it and out of the monies arising therefrom make an equal division between all my children then living. 13th. I also wish and desire that all the rest of my estate both real and personal of what nature and kind soever it may be not herein before particularly disposed of; except the grane, meat, and crop on hand which I wish to go to the use and benefit of my loving wife Mary Dickenson be sold without any appraisement whatsoever after my decease at the pleasure and convenience of my Executor, and out of the monies arising therefrom together with the debts due me and money in hand I wish all my just debts and funeral expenses paid. And should that part of my estate prove more than sufficient for the above named purposes, I wish it to be equally divided between my wife and all my children then living by my Executor hereafter named. And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Robert Dickenson Executor of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all other or former Wills and Testaments by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, this Eighteenth day of February one thousand eight hundred and twenty three.

Henry Dickenson senr. (Seal)

Signed, Sealed, published and declared as and for the last Will and Testament of the above named Henry Dickenson in presence of us

Henry Sergent

Saml Aston

Virginia

At a court held for Russell County on the 3d day of August, 1825-

This instrument of writing was exhibited in Court as & for the last Will and Testament of Henry Dickenson senr. deceased and proven by the oath of Henry Sergent one of the subscribing witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded as to the personal estate therein bequeathed. - and on the motion of Robert Dickenson executor therein named who made oath, and together with James Dickenson junr. George Cowan, David Hanson and James Gray his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $20,000 conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted him for obtaining probat of the said will in due form.

Teste James P. Carrell C.R.C.

And at a Court helf for Russell County the 6th day of Sept 1825

This instrument of writing was again exhibited in Court as and for the last will and testament of Henry Dickenson senr. dec'd & proven by the oath of Samuel Aston the other subscribing witness thereto and ordered to be recorded as to the real estate therein bequeathed.

Teste James P. Carrell C.R.C.

Notes for MARY POWELL:
WILL OF MARY DICKENSON
Russell County, Virginia
Will Book 5, Page 329
Executed 07 Jun 1842

In the name of God Amen. I Mary Dickenson of the County of Russell and State of Virginia being indisposed in health but of sound mind and memory and calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all women once to die with these reflections I make this my last will and Testament to dispose of what worldly estate it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with.

First I recommend my soul to Almighty God who gave it and my body to the dust from whence it came to be buried decently by my executor nothing doubting but to be raised again by the Almighty power of Almighty God, Secontly I give to my children herein after named the balance of my part left me by the will of my husband that is to say my ___ part of the perishable property and my part of the interest in the United States Bank and my part of the proceeds of my plantation and negroes & stock and also one hundred and eighty five dollars in money and the interest of one negro man named Moses all left me by the will of my said Husband except the money which he got after the death of my husband, all in the hands of my son Robert Dickenson. Thirdly I desire that it be collected by my Executor and be equally divided escept the interest of said negro and be divided between Mary Duff Martha Burdine Henry Dickenson James Dickenson and John Dickenson and one hundred I loned James Dickenson and the one hundred I loned Martha Burdine, be collected by my executor and be equally divided between Henry James John and Martha Burdine fourthly I give my son Henry Dickenson my sons James and John each one bed and furniture and the remainder of my beds to be divided between Henry James John and Martha fourthly I request that all my debts be collected and the money arrising therefrom to pay my debts and funeral escpenses and the balance if any I wish my son Henry to enjoy for his trouble and kindness to me and the remainder of my property not herein disposed to be my son Henry Dickenson I have given my son Robert Dickenson all I ever intended and lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Henry Dickenson Executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other or former wills and Testaments by me heretofore made In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affisced my seal this 4th day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and forty two.

her

Mary X Dickenson (Seal)

mark

Nathaniel Dickenson

Nancy P. Dickenson

Virginia, to wit

At a Court of Quarterly Session held for Russell County at the Courthouse on Tuesday the 7th day of June 1842.

This instrument of writing was eschibited in Court as and for the last Will and Testament of Mary Dickenson deceased, and proven by the oaths of Nathaniel Dickenson and Nancy P. Dickenson the subscribing witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded, And on the motion of Henry Dickenson executor therein named who made oath, and together with Samuel ___ and Ezekiel Burdine his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $4000, conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted him for obtaining probat of the said will in due form

Teste

James P. Carrell, C.R.C.

Children of HENRY DICKERSON and MARY POWELL are:
i. ANNIE4 DICKENSON, d. Bef. 1823, never married.
ii. JOHN D. DICKENSON.
iii. WILLIAM JENNINGS DICKENSON, d. infancy.
iv. WILLIAM POWELL DICKENSON, d. died infancy.
v. MARY "SALLY" DICKENSON, b. March 18, 1770; d. December 10, 1859, Lee Co.VA; m. ROBERT DUFF.
34. vi. ELIZABETH DICKENSON, b. February 06, 1774; d. October 22, 1818, Dickensonville, Russell Co. VA.
35. vii. THOMAS DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1777, Russell, Co. VA1st cousin to Nancy; d. 1804, Russell, Co. VA.
36. viii. NANCY MARTHA DICKENSON, b. 1782.
37. ix. HENRY LLL DICKENSON, b. October 28, 1787, Bickley Mills, Russell Co.Va.; d. October 25, 1881.
38. x. JAMES A. DICKENSON, b. February 11, 1790; d. 1876.
39. xi. ROBERT (TWIN) DICKENSON, b. April 18, 1795; d. March 09, 1844.
40. xii. JOHN (TWIN) DICKENSON, b. April 18, 1795.

14. JAMES3 DICKERSON (HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1753, and died 1860 in another account has birth 1764. He married ROSAMOND RUSSELL CARTER August 31, 1803, daughter of THOMAS CARTER and MARY MORGAN.

Notes for JAMES DICKERSON:
184 - May 4, 1795 - Hugh McClung - 57,000 ac - part 2 Treasury Warrants: 7000 ac by 1159 dated February 7, 1795 & 50,000 by 1160 dated February 7, 1795 - Russell & Washington, the greater part in Washington Co. - beginning near the nead of Bushes Mill Creek - north side of the poor Valley Road - included within the boundary: 300 ac for Zachariah Fugate, 400 ac for John Tate, 300 ac for Charles Dever, 200 ac for William Fugate, 500 ac for Thomas Hobbs, 300 ac for David Cain, 300 ac for Widow Taylor, 400 ac for Joel Hobbs, 500 ac for James Dickenson, 1400 ac for Benjamin Astill, 666 ac for Timothy Burgess, Henry Dickenson, 300 ac for John Anderson, 200 ac for Richard Price, 234 for Robert Preston, 3000 ac for Thomas Stepleton, 28 ac

184 - (shown on map: Big Cedar Creek & Clinch River) April 13, 1795 - James Ramsey - 15,000 ac - part Treasury Warrant 1146 dated February 4, 1795 - on the south side of Clinch River & west side of Cedar Creek - beginning on the bank of Clinch River at the mouth of Big Cedar Creek - nearly opposite John Cowans dwelling house - nearly opposite Shadrack Williams dwelling house - north side of Little Cedar Creek - crossing Little Cedar Creek twice - in a valley nearly opposite John Dollerhide dwelling house - near the lower end of Peter Lawsons plantation - north side of the main county road - near a large cave - nearly opposite Pat. Coils dwelling house - corner of plantation of Samuel Hendricks - near the head of Reeds Branch - on the bank of Clinch River between the mouth of Reeds Branch & the mouth of Dumps Creek - included within boundary: Steven Ogdon 260 ac, Edward Kelly 120 ac, Robert Webb 30 ac, Luke Kelly 100 ac, Joseph Kiser 85 ac, Jacob Robertson 180 ac, David Craig 400 ac - Thomas Colley 360 ac, James Kelly, 100 ac, William Gilmore 300 ac, Thomas Conway 400 ac, Shadrick Monk 50 ac, William Monk, 50 ac, Laurence Vanhook 140 ac, Joseph McRenolds 100 ac, John Jessee 250 ac - Henry Willard 75 ac, Jacob Raresnak 400 ac, Zechariah Hendricks 150 ac - Elijah Hurst 100 ac, John Comm 200 ac - Henry Hurst 30 ac, James Hurst 250 ac, Samuel Hendricks 100 ac, James Dickerson 50 ac - Samuel Vanhook 100 ac, Timothy Burgess 300 ac, John Breeding 60 ac, Spencer Breeding 200 ac, Robert Retherford 50 ac, Shadrack Williams 50 ac, James Gray 180 ac, Peter Lawson 50 ac, Daniel Price 40 ac, Samuel Ewing 40 ac, John Cowan 93 ac

220 - August 10, 1795 - James Dickenson - 200 ac - part Treasury Warrant 10872 dated February 6, 1782 - on the north side of Mocason Ridge - near the head of Lick Branch - at a fork of Lick Branch

Child of JAMES DICKERSON and ROSAMOND CARTER is:
41. i. THOMAS4 DICKERSON, d. June 05, 1847, wd/wp 6 Jul. 1847 Russell Co. VA.

15. MARY3 DICKERSON (HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1755 in Louisa Co.Va., and died August 17, 1790 in Fort Blackmore, Russell Co., VA.. She married HENRY (HAMBLIN OR) HAMLIN.

Notes for HENRY (HAMBLIN OR) HAMLIN:
150 - October 27, 1792 - Samuel Oxer - 58 ac - part Treasury Warrant 14585 dated September 1, 1782 - on the north side of Copper Ridge - corner to Henry Hamblins 399 ac tract

183 - March 24, 1795 - Hugh McClung - 43,000 ac by Treasury Warrant 1159 dated February 7, 1795 for 50,000 - on the south side of Clinch River & on both sides of Copper Creek - on the bank of Copper Creek at the mouth of Valley Creek - on the south bank of Clinch River below an Island - opposite the mouth of Stock Creek corner to Nathaniel Taylor - included in survey 800 ac for Robert King, 1400 ac for Stokely Dolenson, 100 ac for Job Ingram, 100 ac for Samuel Stalliard, 300 ac for Samuel Ritchie, 399 ac by Henry Hamblin, 100 ac for Benjamin Pendleton

293 - John Fugate, Sr., assignee of Henry Hamblin - August 22, 1798 - 100 ac by part Treasury Warrant 10872 dated February 6, 1782 - on Castle Run, branch of Clinch River, on the north side of the river - near McCoys northwest corner of his old survey formerly Henry Hamlins - corner to Frederick Frileys land - corner Frileys 260 ac survey - corner William Bolin

In 1781, 11 Indians visited the home of Mr. Hamblin on Clinch River, near Castle's Woods. Mrs. Hamblin who was at home, barred the doors to her house and defended it against the attack of the Indians with an old musket gun that would not fire. In the spring of 1782, the Indians returned to her home, at which time they succeded in killing and scalping Mrs. Hamblin and all her children except one, a little boy, whom they carried a prisioner to Canada. The Hamblin's were neighbors of John Smith. (p. 365, Summer's History of Washington Co.) Early in the year 1783, about 12 years after the first settlement at Castle's Woods, a party of northward Indians invaded the settlement and attacked the fort at Hamblin's mill. The fort was erected by Henry Hamblin, one of the first settlers in 1776, with the assistance of Henry Dickinson, Charles Bickley, William Robertson, William Russell, Patrick Porter, Henry Neece, William Wharton, Humphrey Dickinson, Frederick Fryley, James Bush, Archelas Dickinson, Samuel Richie, Jerry Harrold, Richard and William Long and Wm. Bowlin, the first settlers in that section. Col. Daniel Smith marched to Hamblin's mill but a party of 15 men had already gathered to pursue the enemy. (p. 368, Summer's History of Washington Co.)

In 1786, at Russell Co. court, in Castle's Woods, Alex. Barnett, David Ward, Samuel Richie, Henry Dickinson, Henry Smith, Andrew Cowan, Thomas Carter, and John Thompson were on jury duty. Henry Smith was the county surveyor and Col. of the militia. William Dorton was Cpt., also Wm. Thompson. James Osborne was Lt. , John Thompson and Henry Hamblin were ensigns.

On 26 of November 1793, several dispositions were made in favor of Cpt. Andrew Lewis in Russell Co., noted in the Calendar of State Papers, page 654: Apparently Cpt. Lewis refused to pay the militia enlisted in Powell's valley under Lt. Willoughby.

Andrew Cowen, Esq., Sheriff of the said county declared that he never heard nor knew of any complaint against Cpt. Andrew Lewis. John Smith, Charles Bickley, Samuel Ewing, and John Tate also certified  on Nov. 26, 1793: We do hereby certify that since Cpt. Andrew Lewis has had the command of the troops on our frontier, that he has taken every step in his power for the Benefit of the af'd Frontiers, and that we  never have heard complaints as to the payment of his company, neither from soldier nor citizen - only those that were Inhabitants of Powell's valley, which he always refused to.

John Smith wrote:

Russell:

This day came William Dorton, scout in Cpt. A. Lewis' company of "voluntier" militia for the year 1792, came before me, a Justice of the Peace, and made oath that he rec'd his full pay from Cpt. Lewis for his

services for the year named, that at his request the money was detained in Cpt. Lewis's hands requesting him to purchase him a negroe for it, but as Cpt. A. Lewis had not opportunity to purchase the negroe, whenever I called for the money rec'd it.

Signed: John Smith

On June 24, 1794, Calendar of State Papers (p. 195) show another entry for John Smith:

John Smith prays for remission of fine for non-attendance as a Grand Juror at the March term of the Court at Russell Courthouse, his excuse being the exposed condition of his family in his absence to the cruelty of the Indians, to which he made oath; also he affidavit of Christopher Cooper as to the danger to be apprehended at the time stated, in John Smith's neighborhood, from Indian incursions.

November 20, 1797, Calender of State Papers (p. 453) :

Pursuant to a direction of the worshipful Court of Russell county, I do hereby certify that the following Gentlemen are in Commission of the peace in and for the county of Russell. Those that now act are as
follows, to wit: Henry Smith, David Ward, Andrew Cowan, Samuel Ritchie, Thomas Carter, John Thompson, Charles Brickley, Richard Price, John Tate, James Gibson, Samuel Robinson, John Smith, Samuel Ewing, and James Dickinson, Gentlemen. Those that have removed are: Alexander Barnett, John Frazer, Charles Cocke, Joshua Ewing, and Christopher Cooper, Gentleman. James Wharton, Gentleman, is dead. James Scott refuses to qualify.

Given under my hand his 20th day of November, 1797.

Henry Dickinson, C.R.C.

Dec. 28th 1794, Cpt. Andrew Lewis wrote to the governor (Calendar of State Papers, p. 409/410) that he supplied the different garrisons as best he could, and as soon as a sufficient number was in service to
protect the part most exposed on the frontier, he had them enlisted and called them into service. He stated that he paid his company for the year 1794 with his own money and he hoped to get reimbursed by the Treasury. "The public arms are lodged at Mr. John Smith's in Russell Co. Of the ammunition allowed for the Troops for the year 1793, here is now on hand of the lead, three hundredweight. I was in hopes to have made the powder allowed for the same year to have also done the Troops for the present year, but it failed, and I was obliged to purchase a quantity. Forward the account by Mr. Kent and hope he will receive payment. Our fellow citizens who live exposed to the mercy of that  savage enemy are much alarmed, least Troops may not be allowed them for the next year. Their situation, from my own knowledge, I must lament, but hope and trust that as the executive have stretched their hands out to assist them, that everything will be done to render their safety  complete. "

15 Dec. 1825:

I, John Smith,of the County of Russell and State of Virginia, do hereby make my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say -

Firstly I give unto my beloved wife Jane Smith one half of the plantation on which I now live with the dwelling house and outhouses on the same and all the household and kitchen furniture or so much hereof as she may think proper to keep for her use together with one third part of all my stocks consisting of horses, cattle, hogs and sheep and also one third part of all my farming utensils, also one half of my orchard and two negro women and a negro man named as follows: Betsey, Esther and Daniel during her lifetime and after her death Daniel is to go to James Smith who is my oldest son and Esther to my daughter Betsy who is now Betsy Osborn, the negro woman Betsey to my daughter  Jane Higginbottam who shall pay my daughter Nelly Finley whatever said negroes may be worth at  that time and the half of the land now willed to her to go to my son Henry Smith, and the whole household, kitchen furniture and stock left by her to be sold and equally divided among my children. Secondly I give onto my oldest son James Smith one half of the plantation on which he now lives and the other half to my grandchildren John Smith and Jane Smith, children of my son Edmond and that the said half of the plantation shall be held by Betsy Smith, the mother of the said children to raise them on  and to be held by her until the children come of age unless she intermarries and don't use said children well. Then I desire the said half of the plantation shall be rented out to raise the children or the  above mentioned plantation to James Smith and my two mentioned grandchildren is divided by a conditional line made by myself which I wish to stand good as a line between the two places. Thirdly I give to my son John Smith the plantation on which he now lives and three negroes,  to wit: old Tom and his wife Caty and a boy named Mark. 4thly - I give to my son Henry Smith all the plantation I now live on except the half left to my wife Jane in her lifetime and one negro boy named Wiford, also on Waggon and 'giers' a sorrel horse which is to be keep on the farm for the benefit of my wife Jane during her lifetime and then my son Henry Smith to dispose of them as he may think proper also a prommisary note of $50 on Solomon Carter due this fall and $50 of the last payment of some promissary notes given me by Solomon Carter. 5thly I give unto my daughter Jane Higginbottom the plantation she now lives on and one negro girl named Pat to her and the heirs of her body forever. 6htly I give to my daughter Mary Thompson ten dollars in addition to what she received before. 7thly I give to my friend William Thompson, father in law of my daughter Mary a negro girl named Edy which is to go to my daughter Mary Thompson at his death. 8thly I give to my daughter Margaret Price one negro woman named Charlotte to her and the heirs of her body forever. 9thly I give to my daughter Jemima Dorton one negro girl named Minsey to her and the heirs of her body forever and $60 to be paid out of my estate, 10thly I give unto my granddaughter Sealy Thompson a young negro man to be worth $60 and a good side saddle and bridle and a good cow and calf together with their increase when she comes of age also I give my granddaughter Sealy Thompson $200 of the last payment of five promissory notes executed to me by Solomon Carter. 11thly I give to my grandson John Smith, the son of Edmund Smith $50 out of the balance of promissory notes owing to me by Solomon Carter which together with its interest I wish to be appropriated to the education of said grandchild John Smith and the balance of the two thirds of my stock and farming utensils not otherwise disposed of to be sold at my death and the proceeds arising therefrom to be given to my granddaughter Sealy Thompson . 12thly I give onto John Smith my grandson, the son of John Smith $50, also I give to my grandson Smith Thompson, the son of Mary Thompson, my daughter $50, I also give my grandson John Dorton, the son of Jemima Dorton $50. I also give to Elizabeth Higgenbottom my granddaughter the daughter of Jane Higginbotham and Sollomon Smith my grandson, the son of James Smith $50 and to be equally divided between them the said sum of money now given to my grandchildren is owned to me by Solomon Carter and the said grandchildren is not to have the sum of money I give them until they become of age. 13thly I also give my wife Jane Smith $50 of the second payment that Solomon Carter owes me which is the balance that the aid Carter owes me. 14thly and lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint George Gose and my son John Smith executors to his my last will and testament hereby revoking all other wills or testaments by me theretofore made. In testimony whereof I have hereunto name affixed my seal. this 15th day of December 1825.

Signed, sealed and acknowledged in presence of:

John Smith

George Gose

Jacob L. Burton

William (X) Fraley

his mark

Virginia:

At the Court held for Russell Co. the 7th day of February 1828, this instrument in writing was exhibited in court as and for the last will and testament of John Smith, deceased, and proven by the oaths of George Gose and Jacob L. Burton, two of the subscribed witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on motion of George Gose and John Smith Jr. executors therein named who made oath and together with Robert Fugate and John Benner their securities entered and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $8,000 conditioned as the Law directs, certificate is granted the said George Gose and John Smyth for obtaining probate of the said will in due form.

James P. Carroll, Clk.

On Page 247, of Russell Co. Willbook 4 is John Smith's inventory:

In obedience to an order of the Country Court of Russell Co. at February Term 1826, we the undersigned, being first duly sworn for that position have proceeded to appraise the slaves and personal estate of John Smyth Sr. dec'd as have been shown to us by the executors, viz:

One man slave named Daniel $375.00
One man slave named Wolford 450.00
One man slave named Mark 450.00
One woman slave named Elizabeth 275.00
One woman slave named Esther 310.00
One woman slave named Edith 320.00
One woman slave named Winny 300.00
One woman slave named Sharl 375.00
One woman slave named Patsy 350.00
One man slave named Thomas 000.00
One woman slave named Catherine 000.00

One bureau, 1 cupboard and furniture 20.
1 fall leaf table, 1 trunk and 9 chairs 7.70
3 small spinning wheels 5.
4 feather beds, bed steads and furniture 40.
1 chest and 2 pieces of linsey cloth 6.50
2 beds and furniture and one woman's saddle 16.
1 dresser and furniture and 1 cloth loom 10.
3 pails and 1 tub and churn 1.50
A parcel of castings and 1 waggon 48.
1 beef hide and 1 calf hide 3.
20 head of sheep and 5 cows 52.50
11head of cattle 37.
1 sorrel horse 70.
1 sorrel mare 60.
1 bay mare 50.
1 cutting knife and hon 1.
3 pair harness and traces and 4 horse collars 6.20
1 barrel, one plough, 2 setts double trees and single trees 5.82 1/2
1 bay mare, 1 by mare and 1 bay colt 105.
1 black horse and 4 cows and calves 53.
1 cow and 2 barrels and 20 head hogs 21.75
10 head of calves 16.
1 shovel plough and stock 1.50
1 cross cut saw and 1 set plow irons 6.50
1 grindstone and 1 rifle gun 11.
1 large pot 1.50

The whole amounting to $3,927.37 1/2  Given under our hands this 2nd March 1826.

Appraisers:

Stephen Gose Jr.

Lee Jassee

Jacob L. Burton

We the undersigned do certify that the above amount of $3,927.37 1/2 contains the appraisement of the whole of the personal estate of John Smyth , dec'd., except book accounts, promissary notes etc. which amount to the sum of $743.24. Given under our hands this 5th of September 1826.

John Smyth

George Gose

Executors.

Children of John Smith and Jane are:
i. Jemima Smith, born Abt 1800 in Russell Co., VA; died Bef 1850 in Russell Co., VA; married Moses Dorton December 15, 1825 in Russell Co., VA.
ii. Edmund Smith, died Bef 1825; married Elizabeth.
iii. John Smith.
iv. James Smith.
v. Henry Smith.
vi. Elizabeth Smith, born 1798 in Russell Co., VA; married Solomon Osborne.
vii. Nelly Smith, married Finley.
viii. Mary Smith, married Thompson.
ix. Margaret Smith, married Price.
79 x. Elender Jane Smith, born June 15, 1790 in Russell Co., VA; died September 02, 1862 in St. Charles Co., MO; married James Moses Higginbotham October 15, 1813 in Tazewell Co., VA. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Washington County, VA Survey records abstracts
1781-1797 Part 1 of 5 (pages 1-100)

Page 199 - Henry Hamlin...325 ac...Commissioners
Certificate...on the south side of Clynch River and on
both sides of Mill Creek in Castles Woods...Beginning
corner to William Harroldsons land...on Osburns
line...at the mouth of a branch...November 12, 1782 - Henry Hamblin, assignee of Abraham Cooper, assignee of Michael Kirkham, assignee of Frederick Fryly, assignee of John Lynch...400 ac in Castles Woods on both sides of the Mill Creek on the south side of Clynch...216 ac surveyed on March 21, 1774 for Frederick Fryly, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769...August 23, 1781

The Wives of Henry Hamlin Slain
By Emory L. Hamilton
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From the unpublished manuscript, Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers, pages 202-204.

The most puzzling enigma in this study of the Virginia frontier has been in trying to unravel the slaying of Henry Hamlin's wives. Hamlin was twice married, both wives were named Mary, both killed by Indians, and I have been unable to find any official record or document that gives the exact date of the slaying of either.

L. P. Summers, History of Southwest Virginia, page 365, states:

In 1781 the Indians visited the home of Henry Hamlin on Clinch River near Castlewood, and Mrs. Hamlin defended her home with a musket that wouldn't shoot, and again in the spring of 1782, they again visited the home, killing Mrs. Hamlin and all her children, except one little boy who was carried away into captivity.

In the above paragraph Summers is speaking of the first Mrs. Hamlin, who family tradition says was, before marriage, Mary Dickenson. I doubt that she was killed in the spring of 1782, and all her family was not destroyed. Certainly Champ and John Hamlin, her sons, were not. John Hamlin was born June 30, 1782. (1) I am rather inclined to believe that this Mary Hamlin was killed in 1783, during the attack on the fort at Hamlin's Mill in Castlewood. (2) Henry Hamlin lived in upper Castlewood until sometime after the slaying of his first wife.

Henry Hamlin married as his second wife, Mary, the daughter of Joseph Blackmore. This Mary had been married to Jessee Adams, who along, with ten of their children was killed by the Indians on Stock Creek in 1782. Certainly it was after this date that Henry Hamlin married her, and therefore Champ and John Hamlin could not have been her children. After leaving Castlewood Henry Hamlin lived for a while in Powell Valley and in 1788, (3) was living in Rye Cove in what is now Scott Co., VA.

In his pension claim for Revolutionary service filed in Floyd Co., KY, James Fraley states: About the same time (that Thomas Osborne was killed in 1790), or a few weeks after, they (Indians) killed Mary Hamlin, wife of Henry Hamlin. In this statement James Fraley is certainly referring to the second Mary Hamlin.

R. M. Addington, History of Scott County, page 92, reads:

The records and traditions preserved by the descendants of Henry Hamlin state that he was born March 25, 1740; that on coming to Southwest Virginia, he married a Miss Dickenson; that four sons, Francis, Charles, Champ and John, were born to this marriage; that Mrs. Henry Hamlin was killed by the Indians at Fort Blackmore, August 17, 1790; that at the same time, Champ, then a boy of ten years of age, was captured and carried west, but eventually was transported into Canada, where he was ransomed by a French trader and taken to Quebec, from which place he was sent by boat to Norfolk, and that from Norfolk he made his way back to his home near Ft. Blackmore; that two of the boys Charles and John, were saved from the Indians by a Negro slave, a giant in stature and weighing three hundred and fifty pounds; that for this act the slave was given his freedom and a small farm some six miles south of Jonesville; that Henry Hamlin died at Fort Blackmore in August, 1815. (J. S. Hamlin's letter, May 19, 1918.)

The above paragraph is referring to the children of the first Mary Hamlin, but the date of her death is that of the second Mary.

It is doubtful if the second Mary had children from her marriage to Henry Hamlin. She was the widow of Jessee Adams, as previously stated, an had twelve children by him, ten of which were slain along with Adams in 1782. She also had a daughter, Cynthia Chadwell, which must have been by a marriage previous to her marriage with Jessee Adams. To have been the mother of thirteen children prior to 1782, she certainly must have been well up in years when she married Henry Hamlin.

Henry Hamlin first settled on the north side of Clinch River in upper Castlewood in 1769. He lived here until after his first wife was killed in the early 1780s. He witnessed the probation of the will of James Coyle, who lived just east of the village of Blackford in Upper Russell County, on the 15th of August 1780, as did his brother, Daniel Hamlin. He most likely moved from this area sometime between 1783 and 1786.

(1) Lee Co., VA Death Register, page 5, line 16.
(2) See Letter of Capt. Daniel Smith, page 121, this MSS.
(3) Virginia State Papers, Vol. IV, page 442

Children of MARY DICKERSON and HENRY HAMLIN are:
i. FRANCIS "FRANK"4 HAMLIN, b. 1773; d. Bef. May 20, 1820.
ii. CHARLES HAMLIN, b. 1778.
42. iii. CHAMP HAMLIN, b. 1780.
iv. JOHN HAMLIN, b. January 30, 1782; d. September 21, 1855, Lee Co.VA.
v. FRANCES HAMLIN, m. JOSEPH JR. BLACKEMORE.
vi. CHRISTIANY HAMLIN.

16. ELIZABETH "NANCY"3 DICKERSON (HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1757 in Louisa Co.Va., and died in Madison Co., KY. She married (1) JOHN HAWKINS. She married (2) GEORGE LINDER.

Children of ELIZABETH DICKERSON and JOHN HAWKINS are:
i. JOHN JR.4 HAWKINS.
ii. PHILLIP HAWKINS.
iii. SON HAWKINS.

17. FRANCES "FANNY"3 DICKERSON (HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1745 in Louisa Co. Va., and died May 09, 1796 in Russell Co.Va.. She married (1) THOMAS JOHNSON. She married (2) ARCHIBALD SCOTT.

Notes for FRANCES "FANNY" DICKERSON:
The Tragedy of Wallen’s Creek
By Emory L. Hamilton
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From the unpublished manuscript, Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers, pages 136-148.

Archibald Scott settled near the head of Wallen’s Creek, in now Lee Co., VA, on a 400 acre tract of land in the year 1776. (1) Here he built a strong log house on the Kentucky Trace, across from Kane’s Gap of Clinch Mountain, known as Scott’s Fort, which became a famous stop-over for people traveling to and from Kentucky. Scott’s Fort was not a palisaded fort, but simply a strongly built log hose which on the frontier was known as a fort-house. Just where Scott lived prior to his settlement on Wallen’s Creek is not definite. It is probable that he was living someplace in Russell Co. between Castlewood and Big Cedar Creek, for on August 29, 1774 he was serving int he militia at Glade Hollow Fort, (2) which would suggest that he lived in the radius of militia coverage for protecting this fort. He had a brother James Scott who settled on Big Cedar Creek in 1774, and one Alexander Scott who settled on the same creek and in the same year, as did James Scott, may also have been a brother.

Archibald Scott had married Frances "Fanny" Dickenson, daughter of Henry Dickenson, Sr., and his wife Agness Jennings, of Prince Edward Co., VA. She had brothers, Humphrey Dickenson, killed by Indians in 1778; Archelaus Dickenson, who lived at Abingdon; Henry Dickenson, first Clerk of Russell Co., Va; James Dickenson, and William Dickenson, the latter supposedly remaining in Prince Edward Co., VA, and at least one sister, Elizabeth Dickenson, who first married John Hawkins, Sr., and secondly George Linder.

After the destruction of Scott and his family by Indians, the old Scott Fort and land on Wallen’s Creek was acquired by Robert Duff, who had married a niece of Fanny Scott. The Duff family continued to reside there for many years after the Scott massacre, and some of the descendants still live on Wallen’s Creek.

Mr. William W. Hoskins of Bluefield, WV, a descendant of the Ball family, has done considerable research on this tragedy and sent me the following article:

On the night of June 29, 1785, in that part of Washington County which was erected into Russell County in 1786, and later in 1792 formed into Lee County, Archibald Scott, his four children and another young man were killed and the wife, Mrs. Scott, was taken prisoner. Wide publicity was given to this incident. After prolonged search I find that there seems to be four versions of this occurrence, one of a brief nature and three of a more extended type. These versions vary in date and details, but all agree in many particulars.

The earliest version is that of Arthur Campbell under date of July 5, 1785, just six days after the tragedy. Campbell had been living in Southwest Virginia about fifteen years and was familiar with that region.

The second version is that which was published in the Freeman’s Journal in Philadelphia under date of December 15, 1785. This account was evidently written by some person from a personal recital made by Mrs. Scott after her escape and return to the settlements. I have photostatic copies of this report made for me by the New York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York City; The Library of Congress and the Philadelphia Free Library, Ridgeway Branch, Philadelphia, PA, each of which has a copy of this issue of the Freeman’s Journal. The report that was published as indicated here was reprinted in the New Haven Gazette under date of December 29, 1785, and also reprinted in the New London Connecticut Gazette under date of January 13, 1786. I have a photostatic copy of the version reprinted in the New Haven Gazette made for me by the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT. The version published in the New Haven Gazette was reprinted with some minor variations in Joseph Martin’s Gazateer of Virginia, published in Charlottesville, VA, 1835. From the letter written me by Mr. Vail quoted in full below it will be seen that this report as originally printed in the Freeman’s Journal was given wide publicity.

The next version in order of time was written down by John Kobler, a Methodist Minister, and published in Francis Asbury’s Journal 1821. John Kobler performed the funeral rites of Mrs. Johnson when she was buried on May 9, 1796. In 1843, James P. Carrell prepared a version of this story and transmitted it to David Campbell, who in turn sent it to Lyman C. Draper of the Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin. Carrell copied the report from Asbury’s Journal and added some of his own comments. The version in Asbury’s Journal was reprinted in full in Bennett’s Memorials of Methodism in Virginia from 1772 to 1829, Richmond, 1871.

All three of the above accounts are contemporary documents of the highest value and may be relied upon for accuracy. The latest version in point of time is that prepared by Charles B. Coale, for thirty-three years editor of the Abingdon Virginian and published as a chapter in Wilburn Waters, Richmond, 1878. It should be noted that the report of Coale was prepared about eighty or ninety years after the murder of Scott and his children. This version has some elements that other versions do not have and some glaring errors.

Each of these three versions and the letter of Mr. Vail are cited in full and may speak for themselves.

Under the date of July 5, 1785, Col. Arthur Campbell wrote Governor Patrick Henry:

"By some gentlemen from Kentucky I am informed that in the night of the 29th of June last, Mr. Archibald Scott (who lived on the road leading to Kentucky, in Powell’s Valley) and all his children, four in number, together with another young man, were murdered by the Indians, and his wife supposed to be taken prisoner."

Calendar of Virginia State Papers, Vol. IV, page 40

THE FREEMAN’S JOURNAL
A Narrative of the Captivity and Escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an inhabitant of Washington Co., VA:

On Wednesday the 29th of June 1785, late in the evening, a large company of armed men passed the house, on their way to Kentucky, some part of whom encamped within two miles. Mrs. Scott, living on a frontier part, generally made the family watchful; but on this calamitious day, after so large a body of men had passed shortly after night, he lay down in his bed, and imprudently left one of the doors of his house open; the children were also in bed, and asleep. Mrs. Scott was nearly undressed, when, to her unutterable astonishment and horror, she saw rushing in through the door that was left open, painted savages with presented arms; raising a hideous shriek - Mrs. Scott being awake, instantly jumped out of his bed, but was immediately fired at; he forced his way through the middle of the enemy and got out of the door, but fell a few paces from thence. An Indian seized Mrs. Scott, and ordered her to a particular spot, and not to move; others stabbed and cut the throats of the three youngest children in their bed, and afterwards lifted them up and dashed them down on the floor, near the mother; the eldest, a beautiful girl of eight years old, awoke and escaped out of bed, and ran to her parent, and with the most plaintive accents, cried, ‘O Mama! Mama! Save me’ - the mother, in deepest anguish of spirit, and with a flood of tears, entreated the savages to spare her child; but, with a brutal fierceness, they tomahawked and stabbed her in the mother’s arms. Adjacent to Mrs. Scott’s dwelling house another family lived, of the name of Ball. The Indians also attacked them at the same instant they did Mr. Scott’s; but the door being shut, the enemy fired into the house through an opening between two logs, and killed a young lad, and then essayed to force the door open; but a surviving brother fired through the door, and the enemy desisted, and went off; the remaining part of the family ran out of the house and escaped. In Mr. Scott’s house were four good rifles well loaded, and a good deal of clothing, and furniture, part of which belonged to people that had left it on their way to Kentucky. The Indians loaded themselves with plunder, being 13 in number, then speedily made off, and continued traveling all night; next morning their chief allotted to each man his share an detached nine of a party to steal horses from the inhabitants of Clinch.

The eleventh day after Mrs. Scott’s captivity, the four Indians that had her in charge, stopped at a place fixed upon for a rendezvous, and to hunt, being now in great want of provisions. Three went out, and the chief, being an old man, was left to take care of the prisoner, who, by this time, expressed a willingness to proceed to the Indian Towns, which seemed to have the desired effect of lessening her keeper’s vigilance. In the day time, as the old man was graining a deer skin, the captive pondering on her situation, and anxiously looking for an opportunity to make her escape, took the resolution and went to the Indian carelessly, asked liberty to go a small distance to a stream of water, to wash the blood off her apron, that had remained besmeared since the fatal night of the murder of her little daughter. He told her in the English tongue "go along"; she then passed by him, his face being in a contrary direction from that she was going, and he very busy. She, after getting to the water, proceeded on without delay, made to a high barren mountain, and traveled until late in the evening, when she came down into the valley, in search of the track she had been taken along; hoping thereby to find the way back, without the risk of being lost, and perishing with hunger in uninhabitated parts. On coming across the valley to the riverside, supposed to be the easterly branch of Kentucky River, she observed in the sand tracks of two men, that had gone up the river, and just returned. She concluded these to have been her pursuers which excited emotions of gratitude and thankfulness to divine providence for so timeous a deliverance. Being without any provisions, having no kind of weapon or tool to assist her in getting any, and being almost destitute of any clothing, also knowing that a vast track of rugged high mountain intervened, between where she was and the inhabitants eastwardly, and the distance of the Kentucky settlements unknown, and she almost as ignorant as a child of the method of steering through the woods, excited painful sensations. But certain death, either by hunger or wild beasts, seemed preferable rather than to be in the power of beings, who had excited in her mind such horror. She addressed heaven for protection, and taking courage, proceeded onward.

After traveling three days, she had nearly met with the Indians, as she supposed, that had been sent to Clinch to steal horses, but providentially hearing their approach, concealed herself among the cane, until the enemy had passed. This giving a fresh alarm, and her mind being filled with consternation, she got lost, proceeding backwards and forwards for several days; at length, she came to a river, that seemed to come from the east; concluding it was Sandy River, she accordingly resolved to trace it to its source, which is adjacent to the Clinch settlement. After proceeding up the same several days, she came to where the river runs through the great Laurel mountain, (3) where is a prodigious waterfall, and numerous high craggy clifts along the water edge; that may seem impassable, the mountain steep and difficult. However, our mournful traveller concluded that the latter way was the best. She therefore ascended for some time, but coming to a range of inaccessible rocks, she turned her course towards the foot of the mountain and the river side; after getting into a deep gulley, and passing over several high steep rocks, she reached the river side, where, to her inexpressible affliction, she found that a perpendicular rock, or rather one that hung over of 15 or 20 feet high, formed the bank. Here a solemn pause took place; she essayed to return, but the height of the steeps and rocks she had descended over, prevented her. She then returned to the edge of the precipice, and viewed the bottom of it, as the certain spot to end all her troubles, or remain away to pine away with hunger, or be devoured by wild beasts. After serious meditation, and devout exercises, she determined on leaping from the height, and accordingly jumped off. Although the place where she had to alight was covered with uneven rocks, not a bone was broken; but, being exceedingly stunned with the fall, she remained unable to proceed for some space of time. The dry season caused the river to be shallow - she traveled in it, and where she could, by its edge, until she got through the mountain, which she concluded was several miles. After this, as she was travelling along the bank of the river, a venomous snake bit her on the ankle; she had strength to kill it, and knowing its kind, concluded that death must soon overtake her. By this time, Mrs. Scott was reduced to a mere skeleton with fatigue, hunger and grief; probably this state of her body was the means of preserving her from the effects of the poison; be that as it may, so it was that very little pain succeeded the bite, and what little swelling there was, it fell into her feet. Our wanderer now left the river, and, after proceeding a good distance, she came to where the valley parted into two, each leading a different course. Here a painful suspense took place; a forlorn creature almost exhausted, and certain, if she was far led out of the way, she would never see a human creature. During this soliloquy, a beautiful bird (1) passed close by her, fluttering along the ground, and went out of sight up one of the valleys. This drew her attention, and, whilst considering what it might mean, another bird of the same appearance in like manner fluttered past her, and took the same valley the other had done. This determined her choice of the way; in two days, which was the 11th day of August, she reached the settlement on Clinch, called new Garden; whereas (she is since informed by woodmen) had she taken the other valley, it would have led her back towards the Ohio. Mrs. Scott relates that the Indians told her that the party was composed of four different nations, two of whom she thinks they named Delawares and Mingoes.

She further relates that, during her wandering, from the tenth of July to the eleventh of August, she had no other subsistence but chewing and swallowing the juice of young cane stalks, sassafras leaves, and some other plants she did not know the names of; that, on her journey, she saw Buffaloes, Elks, Deer, and frequently Bears and Wolves; not one of which although some passed very near her, offered to do her the least harm. One day a Bear came near her, with a young fawn in his mouth, and on discovering her, he dropped his prey and ran off. Hunger prompted her to go and take the flesh and eat it; but, on reflection, she desisted, thinking that the Bear might return and devour her; besides she had an aversion to taste raw flesh. Mrs. Scott continues in a law state of health, and remains inconsolable for the loss of her family, particularly bewailing the cruel death of her little daughter.

The Alderman Library has a small booklet, 3 ½" x 3" of 14 pages with title, "A Remarkable Narrative of the Captivity and Escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an Inhabitant of Washington County, Virginia," printed at Newburyport about 1800 that seems to be a reprint of the account that appeared in the Freeman’s Journal under date of December 14, 1785. This is one of the many reprints listed by Mr. Vail.

Rev. Francis Asbury’s Journal, Vol. II, pages 251-253:

Monday, May 9, 1796. I hobbled over the ridge, through the capital part of Russell County, sixteen miles to B-----’s; (Bickleys) these people have lived in peace ever since the death of Ben(ge), the half-blooded Indian warrior, who was shot through the head while carrying off two women. He was a dreadful wicked wretch, who by report may have been the agent of death to nearly one hundred people in the wilderness, and in Russell. Here I preached to a few insensible people; and had time to read, write, and sleep in quiet. Yesterday our prayers were requested on behalf of F. D------- (Fanny Dickenson). This day in the evening brother K-----(Kobler) was called upon to perform her funeral solemities. Perhaps she had been as great a female sufferer as I have heard of. The following account, in substance, was taken from her own mouth, some time ago, by J. Kobler, who performed her funeral rites.

Her maiden name was Dickenson. She was married to a Mr. Scott, and lived in Powell’s Valley; at which time the Indians were very troublesome, often killing and plundering the inhabitants. On a certain evening, her husband and children being in bed, eight or nine Indians rushed into the house; her husband being alarmed, started up, when all that had guns, fired at him. Although he was badly wounded, he broke through them all, and got out of the house; several of them closely pursued him, and put an end to his life; they then murdered and scalped all her children before her eyes, plundered her house, and took her prisoner. The remainder of the night they spent around a fire in the woods, drinking, shouting, and dancing. The next day they divided the plunder, with great equality; amongst the rest of the goods was one of Mr. Wesley’s hymn books; she asked them for it, and they gave it to her, but when they saw her reading often therein, they were displeased, called her a conjurer, and took it from her. After this they travelled several days’ journey toward the Indian towns; but, said she, my grief was so great, I could hardly believe my situation was a reality, but thought I dreamed. To aggravate my grief, one of the Indians hung my husband’s and children’s scalps to his back, and would walk the next before me. In walking up and down the hills and mountains, I was worn out with fatigue and sorrow, they would often laugh when they saw me almost spent, and mimic my panting for breath. There was one Indian who was more humane than the rest; he would get me water, and make the others stop when I wanted to rest; thus they carried me on eleven days’ journey, until they were all greatly distressed with hunger; then they committed me to the care of an old Indian at the cap, while they went off a hunting.

Whilst the old man was busily employed in dressing a deer skin, I walked backward and forward through the woods, until I observed he took no notice of me; I then slipped off, and ran a considerable distance and came to a canebrake, where I hid myself very securely. Through most of the night I heard the Indians searching for me, and answering each other with a voice like that of an owl. Thus was I left alone in the savage wilderness, far from any inhabitants, without a morsel of food, or any friend to help, but the common Saviour and friend of all; to Him I poured out my complaint in fervent prayer that he would not forsake me in this distressing circumstance. I then set out the course I thought Kentucky lay, though with very little expectation of seeing a human face again, except that of the savages; whom I looked upon so as many friends from the bottomless pit; and my greatest dread was that of meeting some of them whilst wandering in the wilderness.

One day as I was travelling, I heard a loud human voice, and, a prodigious noise, like horses running; I ran into a safe place and hid myself, and saw a company of Indians pass by, furiously driving a gang of horses which they had stolen from the white people. I had nothing to subsist upon but roots, young grave-vines, sweet cane, and such like produce of the woods. I accidentally came where a bear was eating a deer, and drew near in hopes of getting some, but he growled and looked angry; so I left him, and quickly passed on. At night when I lay down to rest, I never slept, but I dreamed of eating. In my lonesome travels, I came to a very large shelving rock, under which was a fine bed of leaves; I crept in among them, and determined there to end my days of sorrow. I lay there several hours until my bones ached in so distressing a manner that I was obliged to stir again. I then thought of, and wished for home; and travelled on several days, till I came where Cumberland River breaks through the mountain.

I went down the cliffs a considerable distance, until I was affrighted, and made an attempt to go back, but found the place down which I had gone so steep that I could not return. I then saw but one way that I could go, which was a considerable perpendicular distance down to the bank of the river. I took hold of the top of a little bush, and for a half an hour prayed fervently to God for assistance; I then let myself down by the little bush until it broke, and I went with great violence down to the bottom. This was early in the morning, and I lay there a considerable time with a determination to go no farther. About ten o’clock I grew so thirsty that I concluded to crawl to the water and drink, after which I found I could walk. The place I came through, as I have been since informed, is only two miles, and I was four days in getting through it. I travelled on until I came to a little path, one end of which led to the inhabitants, and the other to the wilderness; I knew not which end of the path to take - after standing and praying to the Lord for direction, I turned to take the end that led to the wilderness; immediately there came a little bird of a dove color near to my feet, and fluttered along the path that led to the inhabitants. I did not observe this much at first, until it did it a second or third time; I then understood this as a direction of Providence, and took the path which led to the inhabitants. Immediately after her safe arrival, she embraced religion, and lived and died an humble follower of Christ.

The Alderman Library of the University of Virginia has two sets of the Journal of Francis Asbury, one set of three volumes and another set in six volumes, both being identical in content. The account of Mrs. Scott appears on pages 251-253 of the second volume and of the three volume edition and on pages 251-253 of volume four of the six volume edition.

To the four versions mentioned in the foregoing might be added a fifth version - that of Lt. Col. William Martin, by a letter written to Dr. Lyman C. Draper on July 7, 1842. (5) William Martin was a son of Col. Joseph Martin, builder of Martin’s Station in Powell Valley, and at the time of the slaying of the Scotts he was a young man around 25 years of age and was living at his father’s station in Powell Valley. In this letter Martin states:

"...Among the families settled as above were those of Archibald Scott, a man of more than ordinary considerations in those regions, and _____ Ball, (6) who had settled together about midway between Clinch and the Station (Martin’s). With these families, especially Scott’s, I became intimate in traveling back and forthward. At length, I had been to Clinch on business, returning in company with William Hord, my mate, a term then used among us for intimates. We called at Scott’s and got refreshments. This was in the month of June, 1785. Some four or five days after this the Indians killed Scott, and all his family, except his wife. Her they took prisoner. She finally escaped and returned. I saw her soon after, and she gave me the following narrative, viz: ‘One night, just after dark, her husband and children having gone to bed, she, being up, and the door open, the Indians jumped into the house, the first notice they had, and shot and killed her husband as he arose from his bed, and then dispatched the children. In the meantime, one fellow laid hold on her and protected her against the violence of the others. They then rifled the house of such things they thought proper to take, and among others, her saddle.

The other family, Balls, defended themselves and were not injured..."

None of the past writers mention the name of the Ball boy who was slain at the time of this tragedy.

Some years after the death of Archibald Scott, his widow, Fanny, was married to Thomas Johnston, the same for whom that county in Tennessee was named, and reared a family, names and number not known to this writer.

(1) Washington Co., VA Survey Entry Book
(2) Draper Mss 5 XX 2
(3) The Breaks of the Cumberland, now the Breaks Interstate Park, on the Virginia-Kentucky State line.
(4) I have found this "fluttering bird" bit of folklore has crept into several of the Indian escape stores, and it is amusing that a human desires to endow a creature of less intelligence with a greater knowledge than they themselves possess.
(5) Draper MSS 3 XX 41-2.
(6) This was perhaps the John Ball family, as John settled in Lee Co., and both he, and his son, John, Jr., bought items at the sale of the effects of Scott during the settlement of his estate. (Washington Co., VA Court Records)

Notes for THOMAS JOHNSON:

Washington County, VA Survey records abstracts
1781-1797 Part 1 of 5 (pages 1-100)

Page 78 - Thomas Johnson, assignee of Janas
Donnelson...93 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on the head of a small branch, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River...March 10, 1783 - James Donelson, assignee of Daniel McCoy...100 ac...on the waters of Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774...August 21, 1781 - Assigned to Thomas Johnson by purchase on February 5, 1783. Signed:

James Donaldson. Witness: Richard Price

Page 79 - Thomas Johnson, assignee of James Donnelson...196 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on both sides of the south fork of Cedar Creek, waters of clinch River...Beginning line of Alexander McClannahans patent land...by a path...December 6, 1782 - James Donnelson...200 ac on Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774...August 24, 1781 - Assigned to Thomas Johnsonor his heirs by purchase on February 5, 1783. Signed: James Donaldson. Witness: Law. V. Hook, Richard Price

Page 169 - Thomas Johnston, assignee of Jacob Lewis...400 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on both sides of Wallens Creek, branch of Powells River...Beginning on the north side of Powells Mountain...on Wallens Ridge...November 10, 1783 - Jacob Lewis...400 ac by settlement made in 1776...on Wallens Creek about half a mile below the Kentucky Road in Powells Valley...August 14, 1781 - Assigned to Thomas Johnson

Page 327 - Thomas Johnson - 87 ac - treasury warrant #19218 dated September 8, 1783 in the New Garden in a bent of the north fork of Clinch River - beginning near a ford of the river - by the river corner of Charles Neal's survey - April 27, 1786

Page 339 - Thomas Johnston - 246 ac - treasury warrant #11394 dated March 12, 1782 - on little Rye Grass Mountain and on the head of the South fork of Ceder Creek, the waters of Clinch River - beginning on the south side of said mountain - by the upper lick branch - in the fork of the Ash Log Branch - December 3, 1785

Page 341 - William Bustard - 70 ac - treasury warrant - on the head of the south fork of Ceder Creek, the waters of Clinch River, joining Thomas Johnston - beginning by the south fork - on the top of the lick ridge - at the foot of a spur of Clinch Mountain - warrant #19218 - January 20, 1786

Page 386 - Thomas Johnston - 100 ac - treasury warrant #2466 - on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River - beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain - April 9, 1789

Page 394 - John Forest, assignee of Thomas Johnston- 100 ac - treasury warrant #11789 - on the waters of Reedy Creek, a branch of Holstein River - on a spur of Walkers Mountain - March 10, 1791

Notes for ARCHIBALD SCOTT:
Washington County, VA Survey records abstracts
1781-1797 Part 1 of 5 (pages 1-100)

Page 161 - Archebald Scott...182 ac...Preemption
Warrant...on the north side of his settlement...October 29, 1783

Page 170 - Archibald Scott...400 ac...on the head of
Wallens Creek, in Powells Valley...Commissioners
Certificate...Beginning on the north side of Powells
Mountain...October 28, 1783 - Archibald Scott...400
ac...settlement made in 1776...in Powells Valley to
include his settlement on the head of Wallens
Creek...August 14, 1781

Page 170 - Archibald Scott...396 ac...Preemption
Warrant...Beginning on the south side of Wallens
Ridge and adjoining his settlement...on the north side
of Powells Mountain...October 29, 1783

AT THE GLADE HOLLOW FORT - 29 AUGUST to 6 NOVEMBER, 1774

1. Jeremiah Able
2. William Buster(d)
3. Richard Byrd
4. Isaac Christian (Killed by Indians, Rye Cove, 1776)
5. Abraham Cooper
6. Francis Cooper
7. James Coyle (Killed by Indians, 1780)
8. John Dunkin, Sergeant (Captured by Indians, 1780, released 1783)
9. William Ferrell (Killed by Indians)
10. Joseph Horne
11. Solomon Litton (Prisoner of Indians 1780-83)
12. James McCarty
13. Henly Moore, Ensign
14. James Price
15. Drury Puckett
16. Archibald Scott (Killed by Indians 1785)
17. James Scott
18. Richard Thompson
19. William Wilmoth
20. Archibald Woods

RYE COVE FORT

On March 25, 1774, Captain Daniel Smith, who was the Surveyor for Fincastle County, surveyed 225 acres of land on Cove Creek in the Rye Cove of present day Scott County for Isaac Crissman. Crissman entered his land in Fincastle County, March 28, 1774. The exact date that he settled on the land is not shown. He and two members of his family were slain at or near the spot in 1776 by the Indians. The Washington Co., VA, court appointed Archibald Scott, who was later himself slain by the Indians, as Administrator of Crissman’s estate on January 28, 1777. Crissman had served in the militia as a private at Glade Hollow fort during the Point Pleasant Campaign in 1774.
Prior to his death at the hands of the Indians, Crissman had built a fort on his land, probably sometime in the year 1774. John Redd who had come to Powell Valley with Captain Joseph Martin in 1775, knew Crissman, and has left the only known description of the fort. Of it he says:
Rye Cove Fort was about 8 miles from the North Fork of the Clinch, situated about a half mile off from Cove Creek on its west side. There were several springs at the fort. It enclosed about half an acre of land. (18)
This fort has been referred to as Crissman’s Fort, but more commonly as the Rye Cove Fort. In military correspondence it is called Fort Lee, but not a single soldier who served there and left a statement has ever referred to it as Fort Lee, but always as Rye Cove Fort. It was one of the major forts and was garrisoned throughout Indian times with militia. Many people were killed and captured in the Rye Cove, including troops and spys sent out from the fort.
There has been some thought that Crissman’s Fort and the Rye Cove Fort were separate forts, due to the fact that Captain Joseph Martin and his troops were paid for building a fort in Rye Cove in 177. I think, however, that it can be proven that Fort Lee, Crissman’s Fort and Rye Cove Fort were one and the same, and that Martin and his troops were paid for repairing the old fort, not building a new one. First let us go to the pension declaration of Charles Bickley, filed in Russell Co., VA, in 1838, in which he states:
That he entered the service in the month of September or October, 1775, under the command of Captain William Russell, Lieutenant William Bowen and Ensign James Knox, and was rendezvoused and stationed at Rye Cove, where he remained in the service guarding and defending that fort until January 23, 1776, when he was discharged. That in the ensuing summer of 1776, exact date not remembered, he was engaged in hoeing corn in the county of Russell when an alarm that Indians were in the neighborhood was raised. The people assembled at the fort (Russell’s) and the company of militia from Reed Creek in Wythe County, under the command of Captain John Montgomery, Lieutenant Michael Daugherty and Ensign John Simpson, were on their march to the Rye Cove Fort, preparatory to an expected expedition against the Cherokee, when he, Charles Bickley, enrolled and marched as a Private under the said officers to Rye Cove where they remained a short time. Colonel (Anthony) Bledsoe, then in command of the forces on the frontier, ordered the evacuation of the Rye Cove Fort and marched to Blackmore’s Fort on Clinch River, where a junction was made with the forces then in the fort and they marched from Fort Blackmore into Tennessee, where they were joined by Colonel (William) Christian and Major Evan Shelby.
On return of Christian’s Army at the close of the Cherokee Campaign, it was disbanded, except a few companies scattered here and there on the frontier. One of these companies under command of Captain Joseph Martin was stationed in the Rye Cove during the winter and spring of 1777. They were stationed at Crissman’s Fort. While here Martin’s Company was attacked by Indians under the leadership of a son of Nancy Ward’s, known among the whites by the name of Little Fellow.
It was during the winter of 1777 that Martin’s troops were paid for building the fort in Rye Cove and Bickley says they were stationed in Crissman’s Fort, which seems to prove that they were paid for repairing the old fort built by Crissman, which Bickley speaks of as both Rye Cove and Crissman’s Fort.
During 1792 and until after the last Indian raid on the frontier in 1794, Captain Andrew Lewis, (Jr.), son of the historically famous Andrew Lewis of Salem, was in charge of the frontier militia with his headquarters at Fort Lee in Rye Cove.

Children of FRANCES DICKERSON and ARCHIBALD SCOTT are:
i. OLDEST CHILD4 SCOTT, b. Abt. 1777.
ii. 5TH CHILD SCOTT, b. Bef. 1785.

Generation No. 4
18. JAMES B.4 JENNINGS (DICKERSON3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1787, and died Abt. 1855 in Campbell Co., Va.. He married RACHEL HOLLOWAY January 18, 1805 in Charlotte Co., Va..

Children of JAMES JENNINGS and RACHEL HOLLOWAY are:
i. GREG5 JENNINGS.
43. ii. GEORGE JENNINGS.
iii. JAMES P. JENNINGS.
iv. WILLIAM DICKERSON JENNINGS.
v. ANDERSON JENNINGS.

19. WILLIAM4 JENNINGS (JOHN3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born October 1789, and died 1874 in Nottoway Co. VA. He married (1) NANCY ROBERTSON January 06, 1815 in Nottoway Co. VA, daughter of JOHN ROBERTSON and SARAH"SALLY" JENNINGS. He married (2) NANCY ROBERTSON January 06, 1815 in Nottoway Co. VA, daughter of JOHN ROBERTSON and SARAH"SALLY" JENNINGS.

Children of WILLIAM JENNINGS and NANCY ROBERTSON are:
i. SALLIE ANN5 JENNINGS, b. January 13, 1816; m. J. GUNN JENNINGS.
ii. ANGELINA JENNINGS, b. February 26, 1818; m. ROBERTSON.
iii. JAMES H. JENNINGS, b. March 26, 1822; m. ? MAJORS.
44. iv. ARIADNA JENNINGS, b. April 11, 1824; d. 1897.

20. CHARLES B.4 JENNINGS (MOODY3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Bef. April 06, 1838 in Lincoln Co. GA. He married NANCY.

Children of CHARLES JENNINGS and NANCY are:
i. ADALINE5 JENNINGS.
ii. ANN JENNINGS.
iii. CHARLES JENNINGS.
iv. DICKERSON JENNINGS.
v. ELIZABETH JENNINGS.
vi. JOHN M. JENNINGS, b. Bef. June 07, 1852.
vii. NANCY JENNINGS.
viii. PRUDENCE JENNINGS.
ix. RICHARD D. JENNINGS.

21. ELIZABETH4 JENNINGS (JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1804. She married (1) JOHN MARTIN. She married (2) WASHINGTON JENNINGS.

Children of ELIZABETH JENNINGS and WASHINGTON JENNINGS are:
45. i. LUCY5 JENNINGS.
46. ii. WILLIAM JUDSON JENNINGS.

22. FRANCES4 JENNINGS (JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1814. She married AURELIUS MARTIN December 09, 1830 in Edgefield District, S.C., son of THOMAS MARTIN and REBECCA WADE.

Children of FRANCES JENNINGS and AURELIUS MARTIN are:
i. JAMES AURELIUS5 MARTIN, b. October 11, 1831.
47. ii. REBECCA MARTIN, b. January 05, 1834; d. July 17, 1881, Riverdale Plantation, nr. Granada, MS.
iii. JOSEPH MARTIN, b. March 08, 1836; d. July 17, 1853.
iv. ELIZABETH MARTIN, b. August 14, 1838; d. February 12, 1885.
48. v. SAVANNAH MARTIN, b. February 20, 1843; d. November 26, 1889.
vi. JOHN ROBERT MARTIN, b. July 29, 1846; d. July 16, 1862.
vii. FRANCES ALICE MARTIN, b. October 16, 1850; d. July 16, 1853.

23. NANCY4 ROBERTSON (SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1788, and died 1872. She married WILLIAM JENNINGS January 06, 1815 in Nottoway Co. VA, son of JOHN JENNINGS and MARY BEASLEY.

Children of NANCY ROBERTSON and WILLIAM JENNINGS are:
i. SALLIE ANN5 JENNINGS, b. January 13, 1816; m. J. GUNN JENNINGS.
ii. ANGELINA JENNINGS, b. February 26, 1818; m. ROBERTSON.
iii. JAMES H. JENNINGS, b. March 26, 1822; m. ? MAJORS.
44. iv. ARIADNA JENNINGS, b. April 11, 1824; d. 1897.

24. ARCHER "LAME"4 ROBERTSON (SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1775, and died October 27, 1830 in wd Nottoway Co. VA. He married ANN "NANCY" KNIGHT, daughter of CHARLES KNIGHT and MARY SMITH.

Children of ARCHER ROBERTSON and ANN KNIGHT are:
49. i. MARTHA5 ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1797, Nottoway Co. VA; d. April 1837.
ii. MALLORY W. ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1800.
iii. JOHN ARCHER"BUNGER" ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1805, Nottoway Co. VA; d. of "Rock Castle".
iv. JAMES HENRY ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1810.
v. MARY ROBERTSON, m. HENRY JENNINGS.
50. vi. WILLIAM ARCHER JR. ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1817, Eleven Oaks, Nottaway Co. VA.
vii. ELIZA WOODSON ROBERTSON, b. Abt. 1820, "Eleven Oaks", Nottoway Co.,VA.; d. 1894; m. BURWELL KENDRICK HARRISON, October 1840, Nottoway Co. VA.

25. JENNINGS SR.4 ROBERTSON (SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) died 1819. He married SARAH CRADDOCK.

Children of JENNINGS ROBERTSON and SARAH CRADDOCK are:
i. WEALTY ANN5 ROBERTSON, d. went to KY.
ii. JOSEPH ROBERTSON.
iii. DANIEL ROBERTSON.
iv. JOHN J. ROBERTSON.
v. JENNINGS JR. ROBERTSON.
vi. WILLIAM H. ROBERTSON.
vii. NANCY J. ROBERTSON.
viii. MARIAN ROBERTSON.

26. JOHN JR.4 ROBERTSON (SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) died 1813. He married (1) NANCY JENNINGS, daughter of JOHN JENNINGS. He married (2) NANCY JENNINGS, daughter of JOHN JENNINGS and MARY BEASLEY.

Child of JOHN ROBERTSON and NANCY JENNINGS is:
i. MARIA5 ROBERTSON, m. JOHN B. FOWLKES.

27. THOMAS4 JETER (MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Child of THOMAS JETER and UNKNOWN is:
51. i. FIELDING5 JETER, b. 1804; d. April 09, 1852, Shelby Co. TN.

28. JAMES4 JETER (MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) died 1830 in GA. He married MARTHA A. JENNINGS.

Children of JAMES JETER and MARTHA JENNINGS are:
i. PRESLEY5 JETER, b. September 15, 1794.
ii. NANCY JETER, b. February 29, 1796.
iii. WILLIAM JETER, b. June 04, 1798.
iv. DOCY JETER, b. March 08, 1800.
52. v. WILEY JETER, b. February 08, 1802, SC; d. May 11, 1874, Augusta, GA.

29. HUMPHREY JR.4 DICKERSON (HUMPHREY3, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married ELIZABETH MONGLE February 19, 1801 in Washington Co.Va..

Children of HUMPHREY DICKERSON and ELIZABETH MONGLE are:
i. JOHN5 DICKERSON.
ii. HUMPHREY LLL DICKERSON.
iii. NANCY DICKERSON.

30. HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON (ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Bef. 1779 in (b. abt. 1770), and died Aft. 1830 in poss. more children. She married (1) ROBERT DUKES September 26, 1797 in Abington (Wasington Co.) Va.. She married (2) JOHN NEAL NELSON August 15, 1819 in Washington Co., VA..

Children of HENRYETTE DICKENSON and ROBERT DUKES are:
53. i. JAMES5 DUKES, b. 1799, Abington (Wasington Co.) Va.; d. December 06, 1871, Albany, Gentry Co., Mo..
ii. MARY DUKES, b. Abt. 1804, Abington (Wasington Co.) Va..
54. iii. ROBERT SHERARD DUKES, b. August 19, 1806, Abington (Wasington Co.) Va.; d. July 12, 1884, enroute Los Angeles, (buried Alhambra Cemetery Martinez CA).
55. iv. HENRIETTA DUKES, b. July 10, 1810; d. November 11, 1883, Pettis Co, MO.

31. JAMES4 DICKENSON (ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1779 in Russell, Co. VA. He married MARGARET PORTER in marriage unproven but good fit, daughter of SAMUEL PORTER and ELIZABETH DUNKIN.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and MARGARET PORTER are:
56. i. NATHANIEL5 DICKENSON, b. June 11, 1796, Grayson Co. Va.; d. February 08, 1887, Russell Co. Va..
ii. BETSY DICKENSON.
iii. TABITHA DICKENSON.

Notes for TABITHA DICKENSON:
Date: Mon, 05 Oct 1998 12:40:25 -0700
From: Gary Zerr
To: VARUSSEL-L@rootsweb.com
Message-ID: <3619206F.5193@cdsnet.net>
Subject: [VARUSSEL-L] GIBSON/DICKENSON

I am searching for William Gibson born about 1795, location and parents not known. (He is not son of Samuel and Katy (Gratner) Gibson who was born that year also.) He enlisted in military in 1814. He married Tabitha Dickenson in 1820 at Temple Hill, Russell, VA. He died Aug 27, 1865 in Russell Co, VA. They had 11 children: Elizabeth Porter, James M., Cynthia Duncan, Margaret Maria, Thomas Crockett, Martha Jane, Elizabeth Ann, William Gutton, Mitchell Easterly, Christopher Alderson, and Elvira Tabitha. I sure could use some help on this William Gibson

Sincerely, Phyllis

iv. DUNKIN GALLANT DICKENSON.

32. NANCY4 DICKENSON (ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 26, 1778 in Russell, Co. VA cousin to Thomas, and died September 15, 1818 in Russell, Co. VA. She married THOMAS DICKENSON December 08, 1796 in Abingdon, Washington Co., Va., son of HENRY DICKERSON and MARY POWELL.

Children of NANCY DICKENSON and THOMAS DICKENSON are:
57. i. ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, b. June 28, 1802, Russell, Co. VA; d. 1895, Carter Co., KY.
ii. MARTHA "PATSEY" DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1803, Russell, Co. VA; m. ISAAC (MUNCY) MUNSEY.

33. ARCHELUS JR.4 DICKENSON (ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born 1792 in c/b aka Griffith (probably g-son of Archelus). He married ?.

Children of ARCHELUS DICKENSON and ? are:
58. i. HENRY5 DICKENSON, b. September 06, 1806, Steubenville, OH(WFT 1#5612 has s/o Wm R b 1779 Norfolk VA d 1831 San Felipe TX); d. March 27, 1872, Nashville, TN(WFT1#5612 has d/o Hugh McGavock & Nancy Kent).
59. ii. LEVI DICKENSON, b. 1816, Russell, Co. VA; d. 1852, Carter Co., KY.
iii. BEVERLY DICKENSON.
iv. GEORGE DICKENSON.
v. 4TH CHILD DICKENSON.
vi. SARAH (SALLY) DICKENSON, b. 1853.

34. ELIZABETH4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born February 06, 1774, and died October 22, 1818 in Dickensonville, Russell Co. VA. She married NATHAN ELLINGTON, son of DAVID ELLINGTON and JANE FOWLKES.

Children of ELIZABETH DICKENSON and NATHAN ELLINGTON are:
i. DANIEL5 ELLINGTON.
60. ii. FRANCIS MARION ELLINGTON, b. 1799, Russell, Co. VA; d. 1883, Mendota, Washington Co. VA.
iii. NATHAN JR. ELLINGTON.
iv. PATSY ELLINGTON.
v. POLLY ELLINGTON.
vi. ELIZABETH ELLINGTON.

35. THOMAS4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1777 in Russell, Co. VA1st cousin to Nancy, and died 1804 in Russell, Co. VA. He married NANCY DICKENSON December 08, 1796 in Abingdon, Washington Co., Va., daughter of ARCHELAUS DICKENSON and PRUDENCE ROWLETT.

Children of THOMAS DICKENSON and NANCY DICKENSON are:
57. i. ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, b. June 28, 1802, Russell, Co. VA; d. 1895, Carter Co., KY.
ii. MARTHA "PATSEY" DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1803, Russell, Co. VA; m. ISAAC (MUNCY) MUNSEY.

36. NANCY MARTHA4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1782. She married EZEHIEL REV. BURDINE, son of NATHANIEL BURDINE and ANN.

Child of NANCY DICKENSON and EZEHIEL BURDINE is:
61. i. HENRY DICKENSON5 BURDINE, b. 1803; d. 1885.

37. HENRY LLL4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born October 28, 1787 in Bickley Mills, Russell Co.Va., and died October 25, 1881. He married (1) PRISCILLA CARRELL 1806 in Russell Co. Va., daughter of CHARLES CARRELL and ELIZABETH. He married (2) ELIZABETH BROWN BICKLEY September 16, 1816 in Russell Co. Va., daughter of CHARLES BICKLEY and MARY HATLER. He married (3) REBECCA GIBSON July 01, 1854. He married (4) MARIAH PHILLIPS January 06, 1868 in Russell, Co. VA.

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and PRISCILLA CARRELL are:
62. i. MARY "POLLY"5 DICKENSON, b. August 23, 1807, Grayson Co. Va.; d. December 18, 1886, Russell Co. Va..
63. ii. CHARLES CARRELL DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1814, Russell, Co. VA; d. Abt. 1866.
64. iii. NANCY POWELL DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1814.

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and ELIZABETH BICKLEY are:
iv. PRISCILLA5 DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1817; m. GEORGE BICKLEY.
v. ROBERT DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1818, Russell, Co. VA.
65. vi. CAROLINE DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1819, Russell, Co. VA.
vii. MARTHA "PATSY" DICKENSON, b. November 12, 1821, Russell, Co. VA; d. Bef. 1853; m. MARION TIVIS BICKLEY.
66. viii. NATHAN E. DICKENSON, b. 1824, Russell, Co. VA (age 26 1850 census).
67. ix. HENRY PATTEN DICKENSON, b. 1835, Russell, Co.VA (age 15 1850 census).
68. x. ELIZABETH DICKENSON, b. 1840, Russell, Co. VA (age10 1850 census).
xi. JOHN W. DICKENSON, b. 1845, Russell, Co. VA (age 14 1860 census, age 5 1850 census).
xii. ELIZA "PATSY" DICKENSON, b. August 12, 1850, Russell, Co. VA.
69. xiii. JAMES HATLER DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1851, Russell, Co. VA.

Child of HENRY DICKENSON and REBECCA GIBSON is:
xiv. ARCHIBALD5 DICKENSON, d. infancy.

38. JAMES A.4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born February 11, 1790, and died 1876. He married (1) JANE RAMSEY. He married (2) MARY GRAY. He married (3) MARY GRAY 1810 in Russell Co. Va..

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and JANE RAMSEY are:
70. i. HORACE5 DICKENSON.
71. ii. ABEL A. DICKENSON.
iii. MARY QUILLEN DICKENSON, m. RAMSEY.

Child of JAMES DICKENSON and MARY GRAY is:
72. iv. THOMAS TRESNANT5 DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1828.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and MARY GRAY are:
v. HENRY POWELL5 DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1814; d. died age 33 unmarried.
73. vi. ELIZABETH DARNING(?) DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1816.
vii. ROBERT PRESTON DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1818; d. Scott Co.Va.; m. ELIZABETH JANE QUILLEN, August 16, 1839, Scott Co. Va..
74. viii. MARGARET LOVING DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1819.
75. ix. NANCY JANE DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1820.
76. x. JAMES HENRY DICKENSON, b. 1821.
77. xi. JOHN NELSON DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1823.
78. xii. WILLIAM JENNINGS DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1826.
79. xiii. CHARLES CLEMENT JOHNSON DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1827.

39. ROBERT (TWIN)4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born April 18, 1795, and died March 09, 1844. He married (1) POLLY DUFF. He married (2) EVALINE SARGENT.

Children of ROBERT DICKENSON and EVALINE SARGENT are:
i. MARGARET5 DICKENSON.
ii. HENRY"COURT HOUSE HENRY" DICKENSON, b. November 23, 1832; d. November 19, 1867, unmarried.
80. iii. MARY POWELL DICKENSON, b. 1841.

40. JOHN (TWIN)4 DICKENSON (HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born April 18, 1795. She married FANNIE ROBINSON in Russell Co. Va., daughter of LITTLEBERRY ROBINSON and PAULINA BURTON.

Children of JOHN DICKENSON and FANNIE ROBINSON are:
81. i. JOHN C.5 DICKENSON.
ii. NANCY B. DICKENSON, m. HARVEY GRAY.
iii. JAMES JACKSON "JIM JACK" DICKENSON, m. (1) MARGARET SPEARS; m. (2) MARY DUFF.
iv. FOOL BOB DICKENSON.
82. v. BERRY DICKENSON.
vi. WILLIAM POWELL DICKENSON, d. Jack Co. Texas.
83. vii. JOSEPHINE BONAPARTE DICKENSON.

41. THOMAS4 DICKERSON (JAMES3, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) died June 05, 1847 in wd/wp 6 Jul. 1847 Russell Co. VA. He married ELIZABETH M. CARRELL.

Notes for THOMAS DICKERSON:
WILL OF THOMAS DICKENSON
Russell County, Virginia
Will Book 6, Pages 81 - 84
Executed 06 Jul 1847

I Thomas Dickenson of the County of Russell, being sick and weak in body, but of sound mind and disposing memory, and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life, and being desirous to dispose of all my worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with, I give and bequeath the same, in the following manner that is to say:
1st, I desire that my Executor herein after named to sell so much of my perishable estate as he may deam useless to my estate or expensive, and the executor collect all dues belonging to me and satisfy all just debts that I am owing.
2nd, I give and bequeath to my wife Elizabeth M. Dickenson all my estate during her widowhood allowing her the privledge of making any distribution to my children, James Charles, and Martha, and my Grandchildren Thomas D. & Ellen A. D. Kernan, she may think proper during her life.
3rd, I desire that the property bequeathed to my children and grandchildren by their Grandfather Carrell to remain in my estate as it is now in my hands and distributed to those entitled to the same as my own property. I have already given to Edward D. Kernan since his marriage with my daughter Polly, one negro boy named Tine, one horse and some household furniture, which I estimate at the sum of five hundred dollars. He has also received one negro girl named Beck as a portion of the bequest made to his children, Thomas & Ellen by their Grandfather Carrell, estimated at the sum of four hundred dollars, making in all the sum of nine hundred dollars which is to be made to the balance of my heirs out of the estate before equal distribution is made of my estate.
4th, I bequeath to my daughter Martha all my books during her life, and at her death or before (as she may think proper) to be divided equally between my two sons James and Charles and my grandson Thomas D. Kernan.
5th, All the rest of my household furniture, such as bed, bedding, I wish my wife Elizabeth to distribute to my children, James, Charles & Martha & My grandson & daughter Thomas D. and Ellen A.D. Kernan, as she may think proper, but if she should die before my said distribution is made, then I wish my daughter Martha to make the distribution aforesaid.
5th, I bequeath to my son James and my daughter Martha my farm known by the name of "Richlands", and in the event of Martha's death it is my will that James pay to my estate the sum of one thousand dollars and hold the entire farm.
6th, I bequeath to my son Charles my portion of the property on which I now reside including the Tan yard, but if he be uncertained that the remaining portion of my estate be insufficient to make the balance of my heirs equal, then in that event as near an estimate or can be made of the tan yard and stock on hand and should it amount to more than his portion, that excess be paid to my estate out of the proceeds of said tan yard.
7th, It is my will that all the property which I bequeath to my children & grandchildren shall return to my estate should any of them die without making a will or leaving any issue to heir the same.
8th, My town property, together with the property at the east end of the town of Lebanon formerly belonging to Charles Carrell Sr., I leave to the management and control of my executor to do as he may think best to the interest of my estate.
9th, I will that my Executor, sell my negro man Frank and all of his children together if he can do so, if not he is authorized to sell them separately.
10th, I authorize my Executor to hire out my negro girl Mary should it be thought best for the interest of my family and estate.
11th, I will that my negro boy Sam remain in the tan yard until my son Charles arrive at the age of twenty one years, and then if Charles has received his full portion of my estate he is to pay my estate the sum of five hundred dollars and keep Sam.
12th, I bequeath to my grandaughter Nancy P. D. Love the sum of two thousand dollars in which I include the amount bequeathed to her by her Grandfather Carrell, which sum is considered the amount she is to receive from my estate and no more; but if it be finally ascertained that my estate be not worth two thousand dollars to each heir, then in that event the sum of two thousand to be reduced to an equal proportion of my estate, the said sum of two thousand dollars or whatever may be due her to be paid to her by my executor when she arrives at the age of twenty one years.
13th, It is my wish and desire that Thomas D. & Ellen A.D. Kernan have the same amount of my estate as I have bequeathed to anyone of my own children, after deducting the aforesaid sum of nine hundred dollars, which they have received their joint portion being what their mother would be entitled to, were she still living.
Lastly, I hereby constitute and appoint Edward D. Kernan Executor of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other or former wills or testaments by me hereforeto made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal, this 5th day of June 1847.

Thomas Dickenson (seal)

Signed sealed and published & declared by Thomas Dickenson as and for his last will & testament in the presence & hearing of us, who at his request and in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Samuel W. Aston

Wm. B. Aston

Robt. M. Fields

I Thomas Dickenson of the County of Russell do hereby add the following Codicel to my will, not having provided for my daughter Martha in the former part of my will, it is my desire that my Executor before named, place the sum of one thousand dollars at interest, which sum is to be applied to her benefit, in providing for her a home and a servant, should circumstances make it necessary and at her death the aforesaid sum of one thousand dollars or whatever may be left of it to return to my estate and be disposed of in the manner as other funds and on account of taking this sum of one thousand dollars from my estate, it is my wish and desire that two hundred dollars of the amount I have bequeathed to my Grandaughter Nancy P.D. Love remain in the hands of my Executor until foresaid sum of one thousasnd dollars returns to my estate. I have willed in the former part of my will, that if any heirs should die without making a will or leaving any issue, that their portion of my estate return to the same but as my two grandchildren Thomas D. & Ellen A.D. Kernan constitute but one heir, of either of them die without leaving issue or making a will it is my will that the one surviving receive the portion of the other when would be that portion of their mothers estate were she living, but should they both die without leaving issue or making a will, then in that event their portion to return to my estate as aforesaid. I leave to the discretion of my executor to have a san & grist mill erected on the farm at the Richlands, if he finds there will be funds sufficiently in his hands to do so, which mills when completed are to repay to my estate the cost incurred in building. The property which I have specifically given to my son James and daughter Martha I estimate at the sum of twentytwo and fifty to each which they are to receive at that sum. That which I have specifically given to my son Charles, I estimate at the sum of twenty five hundred dollars at which sum he is to receive it. In testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 8th day of June in the year 1847.

Signed sealed and acknowledged by Thomas Dickenson in our presence and called us in as witnesses.

Samuel W. Aston

Wm. B. Aston

Robt. M. Fields

Virginia:

At a court held for Russell County at the courthouse on Tuesday, the 6th day of July 1847. The foregoing instruments of writing reporting to be the last will & testament of Thomas Dickenson deceased and a Cordicel thereto; were exhibited in court as such; and proven respectively by the oath of Samuel W. Aston, Wm. B. Aston, & Robt. M. Fields the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Edward D. Kernan Executor therein named who made oath and together with Johnston Howard, Napolean B. Gray, James M. Harmon, Dale Carter, and Jefferson Jessee his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $20000.00 conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted the said Edward D. Kernan for obtaining probate of the said will in due form.

Teste James P. Carrell CRC
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Children of THOMAS DICKERSON and ELIZABETH CARRELL are:
i. JAMES JR.5 DICKERSON.
ii. CHARLES CARRELL DICKERSON, b. 1830; d. of Los Angeles, CA another report say he died in Russell Co. Va. see notes; m. SARAH GRAY.

Notes for CHARLES CARRELL DICKERSON:
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Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 22:01:27 -0800
From: Gary Zerr
To: VARUSSEL-L@rootsweb.com
Message-ID: <36511137.2B86@cdsnet.net>
Subject: Re: [VARUSSEL-L] Parents of Mary Polly Gray

FCOLBY@aol.com wrote:

> Does anyone out there know who the parents of Mary Polly Gray are? Mary Polly
> Gray was born in 1796 in Russell County, Virginia married in 1812 to Rev.
> Charles Kilgore born 1786 in Washington County, Virginia.

> Mary Lou,

I have Grays in my Banner family of Russell Co., VA. They are later than your Mary Polly but may help you find her.
Martha Gray b. 1833 married Reubin Banner.
Elizabeth Gray b. 1839 married George Banner bro. of Reubin. There was also a Mary Gray b. 1841 that I think is also a sister to the above. Their parents were William Gray and Nancy Stallard.
Wm. Gray was buried at Gray's Chapel, Dungammon, VA. Parents of Wm were:
John Gray and Martha Broadwater (Patsy) mar. about 1805 from the SW

Virginia Vol 6 pg. 33.
John Gray is buried at Nickelsville, VA. Was in Scott Co census in 1850. May have died by 1852.
Earlier I have a Mary Polly Gray about the same age as your Polly Gray but mine was married to James Dickenson of Russell Co., in 1810 and they had 10 children.
In 1777 at Bluegrass Fort on Stoney Creek at what is now Osborn's Ford in Scott Co. according to"Annals of SW VA" by Wilburn Waters there was an Indian fighter by the name of Matthew Gray.
There was a Sarah Gray born 1836 in Wash Co., VA that married Charles Carrell Dickenson. He died in in Russell Co., VA
I hope this helps you fit some of the Grays together. Phyllis

84. iii. MARTHA "POLLY" DICKERSON.

42. CHAMP4 HAMLIN (MARY3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1780. He married LAVINE NOBLE.

Child of CHAMP HAMLIN and LAVINE NOBLE is:
i. ROBERT PERRY5 HAMLIN, b. November 12, 1820, Washington Co.Va.

Generation No. 5
43. GEORGE5 JENNINGS (JAMES B.4, DICKERSON3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married ? PUGH.

Children of GEORGE JENNINGS and ? PUGH are:
i. GEORGE JR.6 JENNINGS.
ii. JNO. JENNINGS.
iii. ANDERSON JENNINGS.
iv. MARY JENNINGS.
v. LOUISA JENNINGS.
vi. GEORGE DICKERSON JENNINGS.

44. ARIADNA5 JENNINGS (WILLIAM4, JOHN3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born April 11, 1824, and died 1897. She married BOLLING ROBERTSON.

Child of ARIADNA JENNINGS and BOLLING ROBERTSON is:
i. MARTHA BOSWELL6 ROBERTSON, b. 1844; d. 1918; m. JAME R. ROBERTSON.

45. LUCY5 JENNINGS (ELIZABETH4, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married A. L. O'BRIANT.

Child of LUCY JENNINGS and A. O'BRIANT is:
i. LUCY NASH6 O'BRIANT, m. JAMES STREET.

46. WILLIAM JUDSON5 JENNINGS (ELIZABETH4, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married OLIVE SMITH February 27, 1889.

Children of WILLIAM JENNINGS and OLIVE SMITH are:
85. i. ALICE6 JENNINGS.
86. ii. WILLIAM JUDSON JR. JENNINGS.
87. iii. CATHERINE LOUISE JENNINGS.
iv. RUTH BARBARA JENNINGS, m. PAUL HADDON.
88. v. MARY OLIVE JENNINGS.

47. REBECCA5 MARTIN (FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born January 05, 1834, and died July 17, 1881 in Riverdale Plantation, nr. Granada, MS. She married RICHARD HENRY JR. STOKES February 09, 1854 in Yalobusha Co., MS, son of RICHARD STOKES and MARCIE CRATIN.

Children of REBECCA MARTIN and RICHARD STOKES are:
i. ELLIS WALTON6 STOKES.
ii. FRANCES JENNINGS STOKES, b. March 18, 1856.
iii. JOHN CRATIN STOKES, b. March 27, 1858.
iv. RICHARD HENRY STOKES, b. June 16, 1859.
89. v. ARCHIBALD WADE STOKES, b. June 22, 1861, Riverdale Plantation, nr. Granada, MS; d. August 25, 1928, Granda, MS.

48. SAVANNAH5 MARTIN (FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born February 20, 1843, and died November 26, 1889. She married (1) JESSE HARDY. She married (2) JAMES ELBERT LAYCOCK.

Children of SAVANNAH MARTIN and JESSE HARDY are:
i. LURA6 HARDY, m. BASKERVILLE.
90. ii. JESSE HARDY.

Children of SAVANNAH MARTIN and JAMES LAYCOCK are:
iii. WILLIAM6 LAYCOCK.
iv. RICHARD LAYCOCK.
91. v. VIRGINIA LAYCOCK.

49. MARTHA5 ROBERTSON (ARCHER "LAME"4, SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1797 in Nottoway Co. VA, and died April 1837. She married HEZEKIAH R. ANDERSON.

Children of MARTHA ROBERTSON and HEZEKIAH ANDERSON are:
i. EMILY6 ANDERSON, b. Bef. 1832; d. of NC; m. OWEN.
ii. WILLIAM HENRY ANDERSON, b. Bef. 1832; d. 1850, of GZ.
92. iii. MARY JANE "JACK" ANDERSON, b. December 14, 1822, "Anderson Home", Mountain Hall Road, Nottoway Co., VA.; d. May 22, 1865, of Macon, GA.
iv. HALBERT ANDERSON, b. Bef. 1832.
v. MELVILLE ANDERSON, b. Bef. 1832.
vi. WAVERLY ANDERSON, b. Abt. 1832.
vii. CLIFFORD ANDERSON, b. March 23, 1833; d. of GA; m. ANNA LECONTE, 1857.

50. WILLIAM ARCHER JR.5 ROBERTSON (ARCHER "LAME"4, SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1817 in Eleven Oaks, Nottaway Co. VA. He married ELIZA DAVIS, daughter of JOHN DAVIS and ELIZABETH DUNANT.

Child of WILLIAM ROBERTSON and ELIZA DAVIS is:
i. WILLIAM ARCHER LLL6 ROBERTSON, b. "Eleven Oaks", Nottoway Co.,VA.; d. Nottoway Court House, Nottoway Co. VA; m. ELIZABETH HENRY SOUTHALL.

51. FIELDING5 JETER (THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1804, and died April 09, 1852 in Shelby Co. TN. He married NANCY GOODMAN, daughter of CHARLES GOODMAN and MARY KING.

Children of FIELDING JETER and NANCY GOODMAN are:
i. SARAH ANN6 JETER, b. 1825; d. 1870, d.s..
93. ii. CHARLES WHITFIELD JETER, b. 1827, SC; d. 1880, Shelby Co. TN.
94. iii. MARY ELIZABETH JETER, b. 1830; d. 1855, Martinez, CA.
95. iv. SUSAN WESLEY JETER, b. 1833; d. 1881.
v. WILLIAM ANDREW JETER, b. 1841; d. 1862, Civil War.

52. WILEY5 JETER (JAMES4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born February 08, 1802 in SC, and died May 11, 1874 in Augusta, GA. He married UNKNOWN.

Children of WILEY JETER and UNKNOWN are:
i. MARTHA PALMER6 JETER, b. February 03, 1821.
ii. JNO. T. JETER, b. October 11, 1825.
iii. WILLIAM P. JETER, b. March 27, 1828.
iv. DOLPHUS JETER, b. November 07, 1830; d. no issue.
v. AUGUSTA JETER, b. April 05, 1832.
vi. WILEY JR. JETER, b. May 02, 1834.
vii. EDMOND JETER, b. September 12, 1836.
viii. MARGARET JETER, b. October 27, 1844.
ix. JAMES JETER, b. March 04, 1857.
x. GEORGIA A. JETER, b. January 08, 1860.
xi. GEORGE P. JETER, b. November 10, 1863.

53. JAMES5 DUKES (HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born 1799 in Abington (Wasington Co.) Va., and died December 06, 1871 in Albany, Gentry Co., Mo.. He married JANE GASS Bef. 1824.

Children of JAMES DUKES and JANE GASS are:
96. i. MARY EMILY6 DUKES, b. January 12, 1824, Rheatown, Greene Co. TN.; d. May 25, 1855, Greene Co. TN..
ii. ELIZABETH DUKES, b. May 14, 1833, Rheatown, Greene Co. TN.; d. March 04, 1919, Albany, Gentry Co., Mo. no children; m. JAMES MCCURRY.
97. iii. CARTER DUKES.
98. iv. ELBERT SEVERE "EB" DUKES, b. June 29, 1829, Rheatown, Greene Co. TN.; d. May 10, 1907.
v. SON DUKES.

54. ROBERT SHERARD5 DUKES (HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born August 19, 1806 in Abington (Wasington Co.) Va., and died July 12, 1884 in enroute Los Angeles, (buried Alhambra Cemetery Martinez CA). He married (1) MARY ANN FISHER, daughter of WILLIAM FISHER and NANCY WALLER. He married (2) ELIZA NORA HALL September 09, 1830 in Greenville, Greene Co., TN.

Children of ROBERT DUKES and ELIZA HALL are:
99. i. SARAH ELIZABETH6 DUKES, b. January 19, 1831, TN.; d. July 14, 1884, Mo..
100. ii. WILLIAM HALL DUKES, b. September 21, 1832, Memphis, Shelby Co., TN.; d. June 28, 1917, Pleasant Hill District, RFD Mrtinez, Contra Costa Co.CA.
iii. MARTHA DUKES, b. August 20, 1834, Shelby Co. TN.; d. Abt. 1838, Independence, MO. (not on 1840).
iv. LOUISA "LU" DUKES, b. September 21, 1836, Shelby Co. TN.; d. February 23, 1932, unmarried Miami, Ottawa Co., OK..
v. ROBERT S. DUKES, b. February 17, 1839, Independence, MO. ,or Shelby Co. TN.; d. September 22, 1912, unmarried Miami, Ottawa Co., OK..
101. vi. ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH" DUKES, b. April 11, 1841, Independence, MO. (not on 1840); d. December 28, 1921, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX..
102. vii. CHARLES NELSON DUKES, b. August 07, 1843, Independence, Jackson Co., MO.; d. 1916, Valley Co. ID. bur. Crown Pt. Cem. near Cascade Dam, Valley Co., ID..
viii. ANNETTE M. DUKES, b. March 02, 1846, MO.; d. Bef. 1860, Blue Springs, Jackson Co., MO..
ix. LEONIDAS "LON" S. DUKES, b. July 07, 1848, Independence, Jackson Co., MO.; d. June 04, 1931, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK bur GAR Cem,.

55. HENRIETTA5 DUKES (HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 10, 1810, and died November 11, 1883 in Pettis Co, MO. She married THOMAS WALLACE MERCER October 24, 1826 in Washington Co., TN, son of JOHN MERCER and ELIZABETH WALLACE.

Children of HENRIETTA DUKES and THOMAS MERCER are:
i. ELIZABETH6 MERCER, d. died young.
103. ii. HENRIETTA MERCER, b. May 14, 1829, Washington Co., TN; d. January 14, 1925, Knight Ranch, Jal, Lea Co., NM.
iii. THOMAS MERCER, d. died young.
iv. JOHN DAVIS MERCER, d. died young.
v. ELIZA HUMES MERCER, d. died young.
104. vi. CHARLES FRANKLIN MERCER, b. Abt. 1836, Washington Co., TN; d. 1910.
vii. THOMAS MERCER, d. died young.
105. viii. ELEANOR WAYNE "ELLA" MERCER, b. January 24, 1841, Jackson Co., MO; d. July 04, 1893, (Celina?), Collin Co., TX.
ix. THOMAS MERCER, d. died age 35 in AZ.
106. x. JOSEPH WAYNE MERCER, b. February 23, 1845, Platte Co., MO.; d. March 13, 1906, Independence, Jackson Co., MO..
xi. EMMA MERCER, b. 1828; d. died young.
107. xii. LAURA MERCER, b. Abt. 1850, Jackson Co., MO; d. March 21, 1915, Spokane, Spokane Co., WA.
xiii. CLARA MERCER, d. died young.
108. xiv. ALICE MERCER, b. January 30, 1851, Jackson Co., MO; d. October 13, 1930, Lexington, Lafayette Co., MO.
xv. THOMAS WALLACE MERCER.
109. xvi. ANNIE MERCER, b. August 1857, Jackson Co., MO; d. May 08, 1892, Cincinnati, OH bur. New Orleans, Jefferson Co. LA.

56. NATHANIEL5 DICKENSON (JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 11, 1796 in Grayson Co. Va., and died February 08, 1887 in Russell Co. Va.. He married MARY "POLLY" DICKENSON December 19, 1822, daughter of HENRY DICKENSON and PRISCILLA CARRELL.

Children of NATHANIEL DICKENSON and MARY DICKENSON are:
i. MARGARET ELIZABETH6 DICKENSON, b. February 21, 1824; d. June 12, 1904; m. GEORGEH. GRAY, July 09, 1839.
110. ii. PRISCILLA MILDRED DICKENSON, b. May 28, 1825, Grayson Co. Va.; d. February 28, 1910.
111. iii. THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER DICKENSON, b. November 24, 1827.
112. iv. CHARLES HUGH DICKENSON, b. November 22, 1831, Grayson Co. Va..
113. v. NANCY CARROLL DICKENSON, b. September 19, 1833, Grayson Co. Va..
114. vi. SAMUEL COWDER DICKENSON, b. October 04, 1835, Grayson Co. Va.; d. May 12, 1901.
115. vii. MARY EVALINE DICKENSON, b. March 28, 1838, Grayson Co. Va..
viii. TABITHA ELIZA DICKENSON, b. August 05, 1841, raised Will C. Fuller s/o Jane & Buck Cook; m. JESSE B. HARRIS.
116. ix. MARTHA ELLEN DICKENSON, b. February 03, 1844, Grayson Co. Va.; d. March 28, 1927.
117. x. NATHANIEL SEVIER DICKENSON, b. February 11, 1846; d. February 25, 1933.
118. xi. CAROLINE JANE DICKENSON, b. May 12, 1848.
119. xii. VIRGINIA JEFFERSON DICKENSON, b. February 10, 1851, Russell Co. Va..
120. xiii. JAMES HARVEY DICKENSON, b. July 28, 1829, Grayson Co. Va.; d. April 11, 1900.

57. ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON (THOMAS4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born June 28, 1802 in Russell, Co. VA, and died 1895 in Carter Co., KY. She married JOHN LEANDER ERWIN Abt. 1820 in Russell, Co. VA, son of JOHN ERWIN and ALICE BRANDON.

Children of ELIZABETH DICKENSON and JOHN ERWIN are:
i. MARION (TWIN?)6 ERWIN.
ii. WESLEY (TWIN?) ERWIN.
121. iii. THOMAS JEFFERSON(ORJACKSON) ERWIN, b. March 19, 1821, Russell, Co. VA; d. November 18, 1910, Erwin Plantation.
iv. ROBERT DICKENSON ERWIN, b. Bet. 1822 - 1823, Russell, Co. VA; d. 1897.
122. v. JOHN BRANDON ERWIN, b. Bet. 1825 - 1828, Russell, Co. VA; d. Abt. 1865.
vi. HENDERSON MITCHELL ERWIN, b. August 01, 1829, Russell, Co. VA.
vii. ELISA JANE ERWIN, b. July 23, 1831, Russell, Co. VA.
viii. OSCAR ERWIN, b. September 02, 1833, Russell, Co. VA; d. 1915.
ix. MARTHA EVELYN ERWIN, b. April 14, 1838, Carter Co., KY; d. April 24, 1900; m. THOMAS JEFFERSON STAMPER.

58. HENRY5 DICKENSON (ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 06, 1806 in Steubenville, OH(WFT 1#5612 has s/o Wm R b 1779 Norfolk VA d 1831 San Felipe TX), and died March 27, 1872 in Nashville, TN(WFT1#5612 has d/o Hugh McGavock & Nancy Kent). He married ANNE ELIZA MCGAVOCK, daughter of JACOB MCGAVOCK and LOUISA GRUNDY.

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and ANNE MCGAVOCK are:
123. i. LOUISA GRUNDY6 DICKENSON, b. September 07, 1848.
124. ii. JACOB MCGAVOCK DICKENSON, b. January 30, 1851; d. December 13, 1928, Chicago, IL.

59. LEVI5 DICKENSON (ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born 1816 in Russell, Co. VA, and died 1852 in Carter Co., KY. He married LUCINDA WAUGH October 09, 1834 in Greenup Co., (later Carter Co.,), KY, daughter of JOHN WAUGH and AUGUSTINE DUDUIT.

Children of LEVI DICKENSON and LUCINDA WAUGH are:
i. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN6 DICKENSON, b. July 22, 1835, Greenup Co., Ky; d. May 01, 1903, Carter Co. KY; m. (1) JANE BAILEY; m. (2) SARAH PHILLIPS.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DICKENSON:
Vivian Bales, Marion, IN, 10/27/1996 "The Army description of Levi and Lucinda's son Benjamin F. Dickenson. 5ft. 7 inches tall....Dark skin, blackeyes, black hair".

ii. MARY "POLLY" DICKENSON, b. 1838, Greenup Co., Ky; m. DAVID M. FERGUSON.
iii. REBECCA DICKENSON, b. 1839, Carter Co. KY; m. JOHN BOLTON.
125. iv. JOHN DICKISON, b. 1840, Carter Co. KY.
126. v. FRANCES "FANNY" DICKENSON, b. 1842, Carter Co. KY.
vi. ELIZABETH DICKENSON, b. 1843, Carter Co. KY; m. JOHN L. PHILLIPS.
vii. GEORGE WASHINGTON DICKINSON, b. 1844, Carter Co. KY; d. 1861, Camp Swigert, Greenup Co., KY.
viii. ANDREW JACKSON DICKENSON, b. 1844, Carter Co. KY.
ix. LOUISA DICKENSON, b. 1845, Carter Co. KY; m. THOMAS PHILLIPS.
x. LAVISA DICKENSON, b. 1845, Carter Co. KY; m. CHARLES SCOTT.
xi. JAMES DICKISON, b. August 01, 1848, Carter Co. KY; d. September 01, 1900, Carter Co. KY; m. ELIZABETH BAILEY, December 28, 1870.
127. xii. GRIFFITH ARCHELAUS"ARCHIE" DICKISON, b. March 04, 1850, Soldier, Carter Co. KY(LDS "04ARP1850"); d. January 25, 1923, Logan Co. IL.
xiii. SARAH DICKENSON, b. 1853, Carter Co. KY; m. WILLIAM WILBURN.

60. FRANCIS MARION5 ELLINGTON (ELIZABETH4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1799 in Russell, Co. VA, and died 1883 in Mendota, Washington Co. VA. He married REBECCA JETT, daughter of STEPHEN JETT and FRANCES HOWERTON.

Children of FRANCIS ELLINGTON and REBECCA JETT are:
i. FRANCIS A.6 ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1825.
ii. STEPHEN ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1827.
iii. JULIET A. ELLINGTON, b. November 28, 1831.
iv. JAMES MATTHEW ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1831.
v. FRANK ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1831.
128. vi. FRANCIS MARION ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1832, Washington Co.Va..
vii. NATHAN ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1835.
viii. BODOCIA ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1837, Washington Co.Va..
ix. JOHN C. ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1839, Washington Co.Va..
x. REBECCA VIRGINIA ELLINGTON, b. December 05, 1840, Washington Co.Va..

61. HENRY DICKENSON5 BURDINE (NANCY MARTHA4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1803, and died 1885. He married ELIZABETH SEWELL, daughter of BENJAMIN SEWELL and MARY JOHNSON.

Child of HENRY BURDINE and ELIZABETH SEWELL is:
129. i. JOHN T.6 BURDINE, b. 1824; d. 1865.

62. MARY "POLLY"5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born August 23, 1807 in Grayson Co. Va., and died December 18, 1886 in Russell Co. Va.. She married NATHANIEL DICKENSON December 19, 1822, son of JAMES DICKENSON and MARGARET PORTER.

Children of MARY DICKENSON and NATHANIEL DICKENSON are:
i. MARGARET ELIZABETH6 DICKENSON, b. February 21, 1824; d. June 12, 1904; m. GEORGEH. GRAY, July 09, 1839.
110. ii. PRISCILLA MILDRED DICKENSON, b. May 28, 1825, Grayson Co. Va.; d. February 28, 1910.
111. iii. THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER DICKENSON, b. November 24, 1827.
112. iv. CHARLES HUGH DICKENSON, b. November 22, 1831, Grayson Co. Va..
113. v. NANCY CARROLL DICKENSON, b. September 19, 1833, Grayson Co. Va..
114. vi. SAMUEL COWDER DICKENSON, b. October 04, 1835, Grayson Co. Va.; d. May 12, 1901.
115. vii. MARY EVALINE DICKENSON, b. March 28, 1838, Grayson Co. Va..
viii. TABITHA ELIZA DICKENSON, b. August 05, 1841, raised Will C. Fuller s/o Jane & Buck Cook; m. JESSE B. HARRIS.
116. ix. MARTHA ELLEN DICKENSON, b. February 03, 1844, Grayson Co. Va.; d. March 28, 1927.
117. x. NATHANIEL SEVIER DICKENSON, b. February 11, 1846; d. February 25, 1933.
118. xi. CAROLINE JANE DICKENSON, b. May 12, 1848.
119. xii. VIRGINIA JEFFERSON DICKENSON, b. February 10, 1851, Russell Co. Va..
120. xiii. JAMES HARVEY DICKENSON, b. July 28, 1829, Grayson Co. Va.; d. April 11, 1900.

63. CHARLES CARRELL5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1814 in Russell, Co. VA, and died Abt. 1866. He married CATHERINE "KATY" COUNTS.

Children of CHARLES DICKENSON and CATHERINE COUNTS are:
i. MARY E.6 DICKENSON, b. August 28, 1835; m. JOSEPH H. JESSEE, February 01, 1855, Russell, Co. VA.
130. ii. HENRY H. DICKENSON, b. May 23, 1837; d. November 27, 1903, will prob. Russell Co.Va..
iii. JAMES M. DICKENSON, b. January 10, 1839; d. of Hansonville, VA.
iv. MARGARET ANN DICKENSON, b. December 23, 1843.
131. v. WILLIAM PERRY DICKENSON, b. December 23, 1843.
vi. NATHAN E. DICKENSON, b. March 11, 1845; m. MARY QUALLS, October 21, 1868.
vii. MARTHA C. DICKENSON, b. February 01, 1847; m. JESSE.
viii. CHARLES C. DICKENSON, b. February 23, 1849; d. August 03, 1853.
ix. ROBERT BOYD DICKENSON, b. November 16, 1851; d. went west.
132. x. JOHN T. DICKENSON, b. November 14, 1853; d. Aft. 1941, of Johnson City, TN..
133. xi. THOMAS FLETCHER DICKENSON, b. August 22, 1857, nr. Carleton, Russell Co. VA; d. Aft. 1941, of Princeton, WV..
134. xii. NOAH C. DICKENSON, b. May 17, 1860; d. June 15, 1952, of Carterton, Russell Co., VA..
135. xiii. CATHERINE P."KATE" DICKENSON, b. November 03, 1862; d. Aft. 1941, of Castlewood, Russell Co. VA.

64. NANCY POWELL5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1814. She married AARON GOSE.

Children of NANCY DICKENSON and AARON GOSE are:
i. LUCILLE6 GOSE, m. HENRY JOHNSON.
ii. GEORGE GOSE, b. Abt. 1836.
iii. JOHN GOSE, b. Abt. 1838.
iv. VIRGINIA GOSE, b. Abt. 1840.
v. ELIZABETH GOSE, b. Abt. 1842; m. WILLIAM GRAY.
vi. MARY GOSE, b. Abt. 1845; m. CHARLES SIMMONS BICKLEY.
136. vii. PRISCILLA GOSE, b. Abt. 1849.
viii. NANCY ALICE GOSE, b. Abt. 1851; m. HENRY DICKENSON HARDING.
ix. CHARLES J. GOSE, b. Abt. 1853; m. ELIZABETH LITTON.

65. CAROLINE5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1819 in Russell, Co. VA. She married GILMER.

Children of CAROLINE DICKENSON and GILMER are:
i. ELIZABETH6 GILMER.
137. ii. EMMA D. GILMER.
138. iii. KEMPER GILMER.
139. iv. BILLIE GILMER.
v. NEWT GILMER.
vi. JAS. GILMER.
vii. J. GILMER.
140. viii. EMMA D. GILMER.
ix. JAS. GILMER.
141. x. BOB GILMER.
xi. J. GILMER.

66. NATHAN E.5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1824 in Russell, Co. VA (age 26 1850 census). He married CATHERINE GIBSON.

Children of NATHAN DICKENSON and CATHERINE GIBSON are:
142. i. CHARLIE6 DICKENSON.
143. ii. KATE DICKENSON, d. 1938.
144. iii. MARY E. "BETTIE" DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1857.
iv. CALLIE DICKENSON, m. JIMMIE SUTTON.
v. PATSY DICKENSON, m. LOCKHART.
145. vi. HENRY DICKENSON.

67. HENRY PATTEN5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1835 in Russell, Co.VA (age 15 1850 census). He married UNKNOWN.

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and UNKNOWN are:
146. i. CHARLIE H.6 DICKENSON.
ii. FRANK DICKENSON.
iii. MANIE DICKENSON.
iv. NANNIE DICKENSON, m. ? BROWNING.
147. v. LIZZIE DICKENSON.

68. ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1840 in Russell, Co. VA (age10 1850 census). She married BILL DR. GIBSON.

Children of ELIZABETH DICKENSON and BILL GIBSON are:
i. SALLIE6 GIBSON, m. WILL BANNER (?).
148. ii. VICTORIA M. GIBSON.
iii. C. HATLER (?) GIBSON.

69. JAMES HATLER5 DICKENSON (HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1851 in Russell, Co. VA. He married MARTHA F. GILMAN October 16, 1876.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and MARTHA GILMAN are:
i. BLANCHE6 DICKENSON.
ii. FRANKIE DICKENSON.
iii. DIXIE DICKENSON.
iv. LOUISE DICKENSON.
v. RUSSELL DICKENSON.
vi. HATLER DICKENSON.
vii. HUNTER DICKENSON.
viii. FORT DICKENSON.
ix. DOLL DICKENSON.
x. BECKER DICKENSON.

70. HORACE5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of HORACE DICKENSON are:
149. i. WALTER6 DICKENSON.
ii. MARGARET DICKENSON.

71. ABEL A.5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of ABEL A. DICKENSON are:
150. i. JAMES O.6 DICKENSON.
ii. THOMAS T. DICKENSON.

72. THOMAS TRESNANT5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1828. He married (1) MATTIE YOUNG. He married (2) LILLIAN HARRIS Abt. 1860. He married (3) JOSEPHINE BONAPARTE DICKENSON Abt. 1849, daughter of JOHN DICKENSON and FANNIE ROBINSON. He married (4) MATTIE YOUNG(?) Abt. 1856.

Children of THOMAS DICKENSON and JOSEPHINE DICKENSON are:
151. i. HENRY POWELL6 DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1850.
152. ii. MARY JOSEPHINE DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1852.
iii. HENRY POWELL DICKENSON, m. JERUSHA FUGATE.
153. iv. MARY JOSEPHINE DICKENSON.

73. ELIZABETH DARNING(?)5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1816. She married ABEL ALDERSON.

Children of ELIZABETH DICKENSON and ABEL ALDERSON are:
i. JAMES I.6 ALDERSON.
154. ii. WILLIAM CARRELL DICKENSON.
iii. MARY ELIZABETH ALDERSON, m. SIM (SAM) PERRY.
iv. SALLIE MARGARET ALDERSON, m. SOLE FANNING.

74. MARGARET LOVING5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1819. She married JAMES M. HANSON.

Children of MARGARET DICKENSON and JAMES HANSON are:
i. MARY6 HANSON.
ii. NANCY HANSON.
iii. MATHI HANSON.
iv. ROBERT PATTEN HANSON.
v. THOMAS HANSON.
vi. WALTER HANSON, m. VESTY SYNTHIA(?).
vii. FRANK M. HANSON.
155. viii. JOHN HANSON.

75. NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1820. She married THOMAS C. ALDERSON.

Children of NANCY DICKENSON and THOMAS ALDERSON are:
156. i. GEORGE6 ALDERSON.
ii. JAMES D. ALDERSON, d. died age 21.
157. iii. CHARLES CREIGH (?) ALDERSON.
158. iv. THOMAS M. ALDERSON.
v. WILLIAM HENRY ALDERSON, d. Never married.
159. vi. MARY JENNETT ALDERSON.
vii. NANCY JANIE ALDERSON, d. Never married.

76. JAMES HENRY5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1821. He married NANCY GALT BICKLEY December 10, 1850.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and NANCY BICKLEY are:
i. WILLIAM THOMAS BROWN6 DICKENSON, d. never married.
160. ii. MARY VIRGINIA DICKENSON.
161. iii. ROBERT WALTER DICKENSON, b. 1857.
162. iv. ELIZABETH JANE DICKENSON.
163. v. JAMES MARSHALL DICKENSON.

77. JOHN NELSON5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1823. He married (1) SARAH JANE BOYD. He married (2) MRS. HARTSOCK.

Children of JOHN DICKENSON and SARAH BOYD are:
i. ROBERT P.6 DICKENSON, m. ? SEXTON.
ii. BETTIE DICKENSON, m. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.
iii. JAMES HENRY DICKENSON, m. ? SEXTON.
iv. SALLIE DICKENSON, m. BUCKLES.
v. ALICE DICKENSON.
vi. NANCY DICKENSON.
vii. MARGARET DICKENSON, m. JOHN LIETZ.
viii. GEORGIA AMERICA DICKENSON, d. never married.
ix. JOHN M. DICKENSON, m. ELIZABETH MEAD.
x. WILLIAM JENNINGS DICKENSON, d. never married.

Children of JOHN DICKENSON and MRS. HARTSOCK are:
xi. CLINT6 DICKENSON.
xii. WILL DICKENSON.
xiii. BETTIE DICKENSON.
xiv. A. R. DICKENSON.

78. WILLIAM JENNINGS5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1826. He married ?.

Child of WILLIAM DICKENSON and ? is:
164. i. IDA RAMSEY6 DICKENSON.

79. CHARLES CLEMENT JOHNSON5 DICKENSON (JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1827. He married NANNIE MONROE ELLINGTON, daughter of NATHAN ELLINGTON.

Child of CHARLES DICKENSON and NANNIE ELLINGTON is:
165. i. JAMES ORY6 DICKENSON.

80. MARY POWELL5 DICKENSON (ROBERT (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1841. She married E. S. DR. FUGATE.

Children of MARY DICKENSON and E. FUGATE are:
166. i. FRANK6 FUGATE.
167. ii. THOMAS FUGATE.
168. iii. ELBERT"BERT" FUGATE.
iv. EVALINE FUGATE, m. ED IRESON.
v. ELIZA FUGATE, m. ? SKATES.
vi. LILLIAN FUGATE.
vii. NELL FUGATE.
viii. HENRY FUGATE.
ix. UNKNOWN FUGATE.

81. JOHN C.5 DICKENSON (JOHN (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Child of JOHN C. DICKENSON is:
i. FLORENCE6 DICKENSON, m. (1) JOHN GIBSON; m. (2) SAM DUFF.

82. BERRY5 DICKENSON (JOHN (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of BERRY DICKENSON are:
i. BOB6 DICKENSON, d. Dante, Russell Co. VA.
ii. BERRY JR. DICKENSON.

83. JOSEPHINE BONAPARTE5 DICKENSON (JOHN (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married THOMAS TRESNANT DICKENSON Abt. 1849, son of JAMES DICKENSON and MARY GRAY.

Children of JOSEPHINE DICKENSON and THOMAS DICKENSON are:
151. i. HENRY POWELL6 DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1850.
152. ii. MARY JOSEPHINE DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1852.
iii. HENRY POWELL DICKENSON, m. JERUSHA FUGATE.
153. iv. MARY JOSEPHINE DICKENSON.

84. MARTHA "POLLY"5 DICKERSON (THOMAS4, JAMES3, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married EDWARD D. KERNAN.

Children of MARTHA DICKERSON and EDWARD KERNAN are:
i. THOMAS D.6 KERNAN.
ii. ELLEN A. D. KERNAN.

Generation No. 6
85. ALICE6 JENNINGS (WILLIAM JUDSON5, ELIZABETH4, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married DONALD GRAEM ROSS.

Children of ALICE JENNINGS and DONALD ROSS are:
i. MARY ALICE7 ROSS.
ii. CATHERINE LAMAR ROSS, m. PHILLIP GROVER JR. POOVEY.
iii. DONALD GRAEME JR. ROSS, m. MARTHA HELEN HORNE.

86. WILLIAM JUDSON JR.6 JENNINGS (WILLIAM JUDSON5, ELIZABETH4, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married MARJORIE HAMILTON.

Child of WILLIAM JENNINGS and MARJORIE HAMILTON is:
i. FRANCES HAMILTON7 JENNINGS.

87. CATHERINE LOUISE6 JENNINGS (WILLIAM JUDSON5, ELIZABETH4, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married RAPHAEL SEMMES.

Children of CATHERINE JENNINGS and RAPHAEL SEMMES are:
i. RAPHAEL JR.7 SEMMES.
ii. WILLIAM OLIVER SEMMES.
iii. OLIVE SEMMES.

88. MARY OLIVE6 JENNINGS (WILLIAM JUDSON5, ELIZABETH4, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married NORMAN BRUCE AMES.

Children of MARY JENNINGS and NORMAN AMES are:
i. RUTH BARBARA7 AMES.
ii. PHYLLIS CLARE AMES.

89. ARCHIBALD WADE6 STOKES (REBECCA5 MARTIN, FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born June 22, 1861 in Riverdale Plantation, nr. Granada, MS, and died August 25, 1928 in Granda, MS. He married LUDIE EGGLESTONE WILLIAMS November 20, 1895, daughter of JOSEPH WILLIAMS and LUCY KENDALL.

Children of ARCHIBALD STOKES and LUDIE WILLIAMS are:
169. i. HELEN LOUISE7 STOKES.
170. ii. RUTH CRATIN STOKES.

90. JESSE6 HARDY (SAVANNAH5 MARTIN, FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married META.

Child of JESSE HARDY and META is:
i. JOHN GRIFFIS7 HARDY, d. of Granada, MS.

91. VIRGINIA6 LAYCOCK (SAVANNAH5 MARTIN, FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married J. MCCRACKEN.

Child of VIRGINIA LAYCOCK and J. MCCRACKEN is:
i. VIRGINIA WHITE7 MCCRACKEN.

92. MARY JANE "JACK"6 ANDERSON (MARTHA5 ROBERTSON, ARCHER "LAME"4, SARAH"SALLY"3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born December 14, 1822 in "Anderson Home", Mountain Hall Road, Nottoway Co., VA., and died May 22, 1865 in of Macon, GA. She married ROBERT SAMPSON LAINER October 27, 1840.

Children of MARY ANDERSON and ROBERT LAINER are:
i. SIDNEY CLOPTON7 LAINER, b. February 03, 1842; d. September 07, 1881; m. MARY DAY, December 1867.
ii. CLIFFORD ANDERSON LAINER, b. April 24, 1844, of GA.
iii. GERTRUDE LAINER, b. 1846.

93. CHARLES WHITFIELD6 JETER (FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1827 in SC, and died 1880 in Shelby Co. TN. He married MARTHA GARVIN, daughter of JAMES GARVIN and MARY JOHNSON.

Children of CHARLES JETER and MARTHA GARVIN are:
171. i. MARY ANN7 JETER, b. 1851; d. 1922.
ii. LULA VIRGINIA JETER, b. 1852; d. 1910, d.s..
iii. CHARLES FIELDING JETER, b. 1855; d. Aft. 1929.
172. iv. JAMES EDWARD JETER, b. 1857; d. 1917.
v. MARTHA ELIZABETH JETER, b. 1859; d. 1884, d.s..
vi. NANCY ANN JETER, b. 1861; d. 1917, Little Rock, AR; m. JESSE P. WALT.
173. vii. DONNIE MAY JETER, b. 1866; d. 1892.
viii. FANNIE JETER, b. 1869.
174. ix. ORA C. JETER, b. 1871.
175. x. EMMETT EARLY JETER.

94. MARY ELIZABETH6 JETER (FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1830, and died 1855 in Martinez, CA. She married WILLIAM A. J. GIFT.

Children of MARY JETER and WILLIAM GIFT are:
i. JANIE7 GIFT, b. 1849; m. BROWN.
ii. MARY LOUISE GIFT, b. 1851; m. I. E. MARSHALL.
176. iii. GEORGIA GIFT, b. 1853.
iv. NANCY ANN GIFT, m. W. F. PITTS.
v. RACHEL GIFT.
vi. KATE GIFT, m. CHARLES O'NIEL.
vii. WILLIAM A. J. JR. GIFT.
viii. ROBERT GIFT.

95. SUSAN WESLEY6 JETER (FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1833, and died 1881. She married T. OLDHAM 1857.

Children of SUSAN JETER and T. OLDHAM are:
i. ESTELLA7 OLDHAM, b. 1858; d. Aft. 1930; m. WILLIAM HATHCOCK.
ii. NANCY OLDHAM, b. 1860; d. Bef. 1930; m. FRANK HEDGEPATH.
iii. GEORGIA OLDHAM, b. 1866; d. Bef. 1930.
iv. WILLIAM A. OLDHAM, b. 1870; d. Aft. 1930.
v. RUTH OLDHAM, b. 1873; d. Bef. 1930.

96. MARY EMILY6 DUKES (JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 12, 1824 in Rheatown, Greene Co. TN., and died May 25, 1855 in Greene Co. TN.. She married JAMES MCCURRY January 16, 1845 in Rheatown, Greene Co. TN..

Children of MARY DUKES and JAMES MCCURRY are:
177. i. MARTHA JANE7 MCCURRY, b. Abt. 1845; d. Aft. 1935.
178. ii. ELBERT LAFAYETTE MCCURRY, b. July 24, 1849; d. 1913.
iii. HENRIETTA MCCURRY, m. GUSTAVUS A. WINSLOW, March 07, 1868.
179. iv. KITTY EMILY MCCURRY, b. January 22, 1851; d. 1931.
v. MARY ELIZABETH "BETTIE" MCCURRY, b. October 22, 1853; d. 1890; m. LONGSTRETH.


97. CARTER6 DUKES (JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Children of CARTER DUKES and UNKNOWN are:
i. MACK7 DUKES.
ii. DAU. DUKES.

98. ELBERT SEVERE "EB"6 DUKES (JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 29, 1829 in Rheatown, Greene Co. TN., and died May 10, 1907. He married MARY JANE KIRK September 16, 1850.

Child of ELBERT DUKES and MARY KIRK is:
180. i. ELIZABETH SARAH7 DUKES, d. Hartford KS.

99. SARAH ELIZABETH6 DUKES (ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 19, 1831 in TN., and died July 14, 1884 in Mo.. She married ROBERT D. DILLIARD, son of ROBERT DILLIARD and SUSANNAH SEELY.

Children of SARAH DUKES and ROBERT DILLIARD are:
i. ELLEN "ELLA" NORA7 DILLIARD, b. Abt. 1852; d. 1869.
181. ii. MARGARET ELIZA DILLIARD, b. July 30, 1854; d. September 08, 1928.
iii. ABNER "ALBERT" DILLIARD, b. Abt. 1856; d. Abt. 1932, Mexico, Audrain Co., Mo.; m. ?.
iv. JOHN DILLIARD, b. Abt. 1859; d. Aft. 1932, St. Louis, Mo.; m. ?.
v. AUGUSTUS DILLIARD, b. 1860; d. 1926, Mexico, Audrain Co., Mo..
vi. JAMES H. DILLIARD, b. 1864; d. Bef. 1932, Mexico, Audrain Co., Mo.; m. ?.
vii. BENETTA DUKES DILLIARD, b. 1866, no issue; d. Aft. 1932, Mexico, Audrain Co., Mo.; m. J. D. GREENE.
viii. DANIEL DILLIARD, b. Abt. 1868; d. Aft. 1932, unmarried of S. E. part of Mo..

100. WILLIAM HALL6 DUKES (ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 21, 1832 in Memphis, Shelby Co., TN., and died June 28, 1917 in Pleasant Hill District, RFD Mrtinez, Contra Costa Co.CA. He married LUCY STOEMAN KINZER August 15, 1865 in Pacheco, CA., daughter of GEORGE KINZER and ANN YATES.

Children of WILLIAM DUKES and LUCY KINZER are:
182. i. SHERARD LEONIDAS7 DUKES, b. June 17, 1866, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA; d. February 08, 1949, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA buried Oakmont Cemetary. P.H., CA.
183. ii. LEONORA "NORA" HALL DUKES, b. May 20, 1868, Martinez (Pleasant Hill Dist.) CA.; d. March 20, 1898, Martinez, CA. Alhambra Cementery.
184. iii. ISADELLA G. "DELLA" DUKES, b. February 22, 1870; d. December 18, 1951.
185. iv. JESSIE ELIZABETH DUKES, b. December 06, 1871, Martinez (Pleasant Hill Dist.) CA.; d. June 17, 1947, Martinez, CA.
186. v. MAY LOUISA DUKES, b. November 09, 1873; d. December 29, 1951, Martinez (Pleasant Hill Dist.) CA..

101. ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6 DUKES (ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born April 11, 1841 in Independence, MO. (not on 1840), and died December 28, 1921 in Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX.. He married MARTHA VIRGINIA BOYDSTUN November 13, 1873 in Church of Christ C/3, Ellis Co.TX, daughter of JACOB BOYDSTUN and DRUSILLA GROUND.

Children of ANDREW DUKES and MARTHA BOYDSTUN are:
187. i. MARTHA LENA7 DUKES, b. October 25, 1874; d. April 27, 1894, Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx..
188. ii. LEONIDAS "LONN" SHERARD DUKES, b. August 25, 1876, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX; d. February 25, 1940, Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx..
189. iii. ROBERTA DRUSILLA DUKES, b. November 01, 1889, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX; d. January 09, 1948, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA.

102. CHARLES NELSON6 DUKES (ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born August 07, 1843 in Independence, Jackson Co., MO., and died 1916 in Valley Co. ID. bur. Crown Pt. Cem. near Cascade Dam, Valley Co., ID.. He married MATTIE Abt. 1874 in Clay Co., Mo.?.

Children of CHARLES DUKES and MATTIE are:
i. LUTHER R.7 DUKES, b. May 1875, MO.; d. 1926, Boise Co., ID bur. Crown Pt. near Cascade Dam, Valley Co., ID..
ii. LAURA DUKES, b. Abt. 1877, MO..
iii. ANDREW S. DUKES, b. February 1880, KS; d. Bef. 1952.
190. iv. NELLIE DUKES, b. April 1882; d. Aft. February 13, 1954, Boise, ID..
v. CHARLES W. DUKES, b. March 1884.
vi. ROBERT "LEE" DUKES, b. May 1887; d. Aft. 1954, McCall, ID (staying at Soldiers Home, Boise? 1954).
191. vii. KATIE DUKES, b. July 1889; d. Aft. February 13, 1954, McCall, ID (staying with son Bud who lost wife 9 Feb. 1953)).
192. viii. NETTIE DUKES, b. October 1892, RFD Boise, ID.
ix. HATTIE DUKES, b. 1893; d. 1893.
193. x. DOLLIE R. DUKES, b. November 1898; d. Aft. February 13, 1954, Boise, ID..

103. HENRIETTA6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 14, 1829 in Washington Co., TN, and died January 14, 1925 in Knight Ranch, Jal, Lea Co., NM. She married (1) JOHN BALLEGER CHILES, son of HENRY CHILES and SARAH SKINNER. She married (2) JOHN AMBROSE ELLIS SR. KNIGHT July 19, 1863 in Clackmas Co., OR, son of MATTHEW KNIGHT and CECILIA ELLIS.

Children of HENRIETTA MERCER and JOHN KNIGHT are:
i. JOHN THOMAS MERCER7 KNIGHT, b. August 17, 1864; d. October 27, 1864.
ii. FRANK KNIGHT, b. September 19, 1865; d. September 19, 1865.
iii. WILLIAM KNIGHT, b. September 19, 1865; d. September 19, 1865.
194. iv. JOHN AMBROSE ELLIS JR. KNIGHT, b. September 21, 1866, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory; d. August 08, 1927, "Flying E. Ranch", Jal, Lea Co., NM.
v. HENRIETTA ELIZABETH KNIGHT, b. August 11, 1868; d. March 19, 1869, Collins Co., TX..
vi. STEPHEN LAURA KNIGHT, b. February 18, 1872; d. November 17, 1875, Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx..

104. CHARLES FRANKLIN6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1836 in Washington Co., TN, and died 1910. He married (1) MOLLIE CAMPBELL. He married (2) ? ELLISON 1871.

Children of CHARLES MERCER and MOLLIE CAMPBELL are:
i. COLLIN WALLACE7 MERCER.
ii. RETTA MERCER.
iii. HENRIETTA MERCER.

Children of CHARLES MERCER and ? ELLISON are:
iv. FRANKLIN7 MERCER, b. Abt. 1871; d. August 12, 1880.
v. LAURA MERCER, b. Abt. 1873, Jackson Co., MO; m. J. L. MULLINS, February 10, 1888, Palo Pinto Co. TX.

105. ELEANOR WAYNE "ELLA"6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 24, 1841 in Jackson Co., MO, and died July 04, 1893 in (Celina?), Collin Co., TX. She married THOMAS "MART" WINN.

Children of ELEANOR MERCER and THOMAS WINN are:
i. THOMAS (WYNNE)7 WINN.
ii. JAMES (WYNNE) WINN.

106. JOSEPH WAYNE6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 23, 1845 in Platte Co., MO., and died March 13, 1906 in Independence, Jackson Co., MO.. He married LAURA GREEN May 18, 1870 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Mo., daughter of BEAL GREEN and CORINNE.

Children of JOSEPH MERCER and LAURA GREEN are:
i. ANNIE7 MERCER, b. Abt. 1871, Jackson Co., MO; m. JAMES A. ROBERTS.
195. ii. ETTA MERCER, b. Abt. 1873, Jackson Co., MO; d. of Kansas City, Mo..
196. iii. MARY HARDIN MERCER, b. Abt. 1875, Jackson Co., MO; d. Abt. 1930, Jefferson City, MO.
197. iv. KATHERINE LEE MERCER, b. February 1883, Jackson Co., MO; d. November 18, 1932, Independence, Jackson Co., MO..

107. LAURA6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1850 in Jackson Co., MO, and died March 21, 1915 in Spokane, Spokane Co., WA. She married WILLIAM A. SYMINGTON in Jackson Co., MO.

Children of LAURA MERCER and WILLIAM SYMINGTON are:
i. MERCER7 SYMINGTON.
198. ii. LOLA SYMINGTON, d. Bef. 1931.

108. ALICE6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 30, 1851 in Jackson Co., MO, and died October 13, 1930 in Lexington, Lafayette Co., MO. She married JOHN FRANKLIN CHILES November 18, 1875 in Jackson Co., MO, son of FRANKLIN CHILES and ELIZABETH SAUNDERS.

Children of ALICE MERCER and JOHN CHILES are:
i. ANNIE M.7 CHILES, b. August 1876.
ii. RICHARD BRYON CHILES, b. March 1879.
iii. LAURA M. CHILES, b. August 21, 1881.
iv. JOSEPH W. CHILES, b. May 1884.
v. MAUDE A. CHILES, b. March 1887.
vi. THOMAS CHILES.

109. ANNIE6 MERCER (HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born August 1857 in Jackson Co., MO, and died May 08, 1892 in Cincinnati, OH bur. New Orleans, Jefferson Co. LA. She married LUCIAN N. BRUNSWIG April 24, 1878 in Jackson Co., MO.

Children of ANNIE MERCER and LUCIAN BRUNSWIG are:
i. OLDEST CHILD7 BRUNSWIG, b. Abt. 1880.
ii. MERCER BRUNSWIG, b. Abt. 1882.
iii. BOY BRUNSWIG.
iv. GIRL #3 BRUNSWIG, b. Abt. 1888.

110. PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 28, 1825 in Grayson Co. Va., and died February 28, 1910. She married GEORGE BANNER November 08, 1849.

Children of PRISCILLA DICKENSON and GEORGE BANNER are:
199. i. PRISCILLA ELLEN7 BANNER, b. February 14, 1863; d. November 26, 1893.
ii. PAT BANNER.
200. iii. NAN BANNER.
201. iv. MARY BANNER.
v. JIM BANNER.
vi. GEORGE BANNER.
202. vii. JEFF BANNER.
203. viii. STEPHEN WADE BANNER, b. December 09, 1865; d. September 08, 1910.
204. ix. CHARLIE BANNER.
x. TOMMIE BANNER.

111. THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 24, 1827. He married ELIZABETH"ELIZA" A. GILMER January 27, 1854, daughter of AXLEY GILMER and TEMPERANCE GOSE.

Children of THOMAS DICKENSON and ELIZABETH"ELIZA" GILMER are:
205. i. TEMPERANCE "TEMPIE"7 DICKENSON, b. December 29, 1854.
ii. MOLLIE DICKENSON, b. 1862; d. 1951, Russell Co. Va. buried in Lockhart Dickenson plot, Temple Hill Cemetery Castlewo.
206. iii. CALLIE DICKENSON.
207. iv. JOE DICKENSON.
208. v. DARTHULA MANDORA DICKENSON.

112. CHARLES HUGH6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 22, 1831 in Grayson Co. Va.. He married NANCY CAROLINE DRAKE.

Child of CHARLES DICKENSON and NANCY DRAKE is:
209. i. VIRGINIA7 DICKENSON.

113. NANCY CARROLL6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 19, 1833 in Grayson Co. Va.. She married DAUGHTERY "DOT" GILMER December 24, 1851.

Children of NANCY DICKENSON and DAUGHTERY GILMER are:
210. i. ELIZABETH JANE7 GILMER.
211. ii. MOLLIE GILMER.
212. iii. JERUSHA GILMER.
iv. NANNIE GILMER, m. JOHN PERRY.
v. ? GILMER.

114. SAMUEL COWDER6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born October 04, 1835 in Grayson Co. Va., and died May 12, 1901. He married REBECCA C. PATTON.

Children of SAMUEL DICKENSON and REBECCA PATTON are:
i. MARTHA W. "PET"7 DICKENSON.
213. ii. HENRY DICKENSON.
iii. WILL DICKENSON.
iv. JERUSHA DICKENSON.
v. GEORGE DICKENSON.


115. MARY EVALINE6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born March 28, 1838 in Grayson Co. Va.. She married ROBERT L. WOHLFORD October 20, 1870.

Children of MARY DICKENSON and ROBERT WOHLFORD are:
i. TOM7 WOHLFORD.
ii. WILL WOHLFORD.

116. MARTHA ELLEN6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 03, 1844 in Grayson Co. Va., and died March 28, 1927. She married CHARLES BOWEN PRICE November 08, 1866 in Russell Co. Va., son of EDWARD PRICE and ELLEN B..

Notes for CHARLES BOWEN PRICE:
Charles Bowen Price was born March 1, 1843 in Russell Co., Va., and died February 18, 1907 in Russell Co., Va. He was the son of Edward B. & Ellen B. Price. On November 8, 1866 he married Martha Ellen Dickenson in Russell Co., Va. Martha Ellen Price was born February 3, 1844 and died March 28, 1927. She was the daughter of Nathaniel & Mary Dickenson.

Children of MARTHA DICKENSON and CHARLES PRICE are:
i. MARY ELLEN7 PRICE, m. V. X. BALDWIN.
ii. WILLIE PRICE, m. KEGLEY.

117. NATHANIEL SEVIER6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 11, 1846, and died February 25, 1933. He married (1) MARGARET. He married (2) ROSE A. F. BICKLEY October 08, 1866.

Children of NATHANIEL DICKENSON and ROSE BICKLEY are:
i. JOE E.7 DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1867; d. September 20, 1886, age 19.
ii. HATTIE DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1871; d. September 1886, died age 15..
iii. CHARLIE J. DICKENSON, b. Abt. 1870; d. July 11, 1882, age 12.
iv. OSALIE ROSE DICKENSON, b. May 11, 1888; d. August 07, 1888.

118. CAROLINE JANE6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 12, 1848. She married ELIHU KISER JESSEE.

Children of CAROLINE DICKENSON and ELIHU JESSEE are:
214. i. NATHANIEL J.7 JESSEE.
215. ii. TABITHA JESSEE.
iii. TOM JESSEE.

119. VIRGINIA JEFFERSON6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 10, 1851 in Russell Co. Va.. She married WINFIELD SADDLER July 07, 1873.

Children of VIRGINIA DICKENSON and WINFIELD SADDLER are:
i. TOM7 SADDLER.
ii. WINNIE SADDLER.
iii. N. COWDEN SADDLER, m. ABBIE (OR HAZEL M. SUTTON?) BYINGTON(?).
iv. ROBERT N. SADDLER.
216. v. MARY SADDLER.
vi. HATTIE SADDLER, m. GEORGE HURD (?).
vii. ED H(ICKSON?) SADDLER.

120. JAMES HARVEY6 DICKENSON (NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 28, 1829 in Grayson Co. Va., and died April 11, 1900. He married ELLEN JANE ASTON February 16, 1854.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and ELLEN ASTON are:
217. i. JAMES HARVEY JR.7 DICKENSON.
ii. NANNIE RICKEY DICKENSON.
iii. MAGGIE DICKENSON, d. 1902, unmarried & willed property to R.C. Meade (?).

121. THOMAS JEFFERSON(ORJACKSON)6 ERWIN (ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, THOMAS4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born March 19, 1821 in Russell, Co. VA, and died November 18, 1910 in Erwin Plantation. He married MARTHA "PATSY" STAMPER November 12, 1844 in Carter Co., KY, daughter of JOHN STAMPER and SARAH ?.

Children of THOMAS ERWIN and MARTHA STAMPER are:
218. i. CYNTHIA "CINTA"7 ERWIN.
ii. L. JOHN "PEE WEE" ERWIN.
iii. JAMES M. ERWIN, b. August 18, 1848.
iv. SARAH ELIZABETH ERWIN.
v. EMILY (AMELIA) ERWIN.
vi. MARTHA EVELYNE ERWIN.
vii. GEORGE W. ERWIN.
viii. WILLIAM JEFFERSON ERWIN.
ix. SILVIA ERWIN.
x. ROBERT ERWIN.
xi. THOMAS JACKSON ERWIN, b. December 07, 1868.

122. JOHN BRANDON6 ERWIN (ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, THOMAS4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Bet. 1825 - 1828 in Russell, Co. VA, and died Abt. 1865. He married SUSAN RAMEY in Morgan Co. Ky.

Child of JOHN ERWIN and SUSAN RAMEY is:
219. i. LEANDER JACKSON7 ERWIN, b. January 03, 1853; d. September 30, 1919.

123. LOUISA GRUNDY6 DICKENSON (HENRY5, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 07, 1848. She married PHILIP LINDSLEY April 28, 1869, son of LAWRENCE LINDSLEY and JUILA STEVENS.

Children of LOUISA DICKENSON and PHILIP LINDSLEY are:
220. i. HENRY DICKENSON7 LINDSLEY, b. February 29, 1872.
221. ii. ANNIE LOUISE LINDSLEY, b. December 27, 1874.

124. JACOB MCGAVOCK6 DICKENSON (HENRY5, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 30, 1851, and died December 13, 1928 in Chicago, IL. He married MARTHA MAXWELL OVERTON April 20, 1876 in Nashville, TN, daughter of JOHN OVERTON and HARRIET MAXWELL.

Children of JACOB DICKENSON and MARTHA OVERTON are:
i. OVERTON7 DICKENSON, b. August 18, 1877.
ii. HENRY DICKENSON, b. December 03, 1881.
iii. JACOB MCGAVOCK JR. DICKENSON, b. February 04, 1891.

125. JOHN6 DICKISON (LEVI5 DICKENSON, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born 1840 in Carter Co. KY. He married SARAH FRANCES COOK January 10, 1865 in Carter Co. KY.

Notes for JOHN DICKISON:
Source: Vivian Bales, Marion, IN, 10/27/1996. " Sarah Frances Cook was about 16 when she m. John Dickison. John Dickison took Dickison as legal name and that is what the record calls him when he married Sarah Frances Cook 1/10/1865. "Information on John and his children from Mark Dickison. Mark's parents are Archibald and Sena Walford."

Children of JOHN DICKISON and SARAH COOK are:
i. ELIZABETH "LIZZIE"7 DICKISON, b. Abt. 1865, Carter Co. KY; m. BUCK ROSE.
ii. JIM DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865, Carter Co. KY.
iii. LUCINDA DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865, Carter Co. KY; m. DREW TAYLOR.
222. iv. ARCHIBALD DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865.
v. LISA DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865.
vi. WILLIAM "BILL" DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865; m. MAY VAN HOOSE.
vii. SARAH "DUCK" DICKISON, b. Abt. 1865; m. ELY SCAGG.
viii. FRANCES DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865; m. GREEN SPARKS.
ix. BENJAMIN DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865, Carter Co. KY; m. EMMA JACKSON.
x. MARY DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865; m. JOHN MYERS.
xi. FRANK DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865; m. LULA GRIZZELL.
xii. VIOLA DICKISON, b. Aft. 1865, Carter Co. KY; m. HARRY COLLINS.

126. FRANCES "FANNY"6 DICKENSON (LEVI5, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born 1842 in Carter Co. KY. She married (1) ABRAM ROAR February 25, 1860 in Carter Co. KY. She married (2) WILLIAM PHILLIPS February 25, 1863 in Carter Co. KY.

Child of FRANCES DICKENSON and ABRAM ROAR is:
i. ALEX7 ROAR, b. Abt. 1862.

127. GRIFFITH ARCHELAUS"ARCHIE"6 DICKISON (LEVI5 DICKENSON, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born March 04, 1850 in Soldier, Carter Co. KY(LDS "04ARP1850"), and died January 25, 1923 in Logan Co. IL. He married MELVINA KISER December 30, 1874 in Carter Co., KY, daughter of HUGH KISER and LEVICEY MCKINNEY.

Children of GRIFFITH DICKISON and MELVINA KISER are:
i. HUGH ALFRED7 DICKISON, b. 1875, Carter Co. KY; d. 1941, Clay Co. IN.; m. (1) FLORENCE CLARKE; m. (2) DICEY TACKETT, April 27, 1912, Carter Co. KY.
ii. NOAH M. DICKISON, b. 1879, Carter Co., KY; d. 1912, Carter Co. KY; m. MARY CONLEY, 1904.
iii. LUCY DIAL DICKISON, b. September 04, 1883, Carter Co. KY; d. April 03, 1954, Carter Co. KY; m. MOSE WILSON, January 04, 1900.
iv. MARTHA DICKISON, b. January 06, 1886, Carter Co. KY; d. August 24, 1983, Marion, IN.; m. ARTHUR THOMPSON, August 28, 1901.
v. LAVICY DICKISON, b. 1889, Carter Co. KY; d. 1919, Nashville, WI.; m. ZIBE HULL, 1906.
223. vi. JOHN LEWIS "NED" DICKISON, b. June 20, 1891, Carter Co. KY; d. October 24, 1970, Gundy Cem,. Newell Twnshp., Vermillion Co., IL..
224. vii. SHADRACK"SHADE" JOSEPH DICKISON, b. May 28, 1894, Logan, Co. IN; d. August 27, 1959, Richmond, Wayne Co. IN.
viii. MARY DICKENSON, b. 1877, Carter Co. KY; d. 1896, Carter Co. KY.
ix. ABRAHAM "ABE" DICKISON, b. April 10, 1897, Carter Co. KY; d. April 10, 1969, Clay Co. IN.; m. ETHEL HOWARD, July 22, 1918.
x. JAMES DICKISON, b. 1900, Carter Co. KY; d. October 1985, Ravenswood, WV.; m. ETHEL ONEY, December 1919.

128. FRANCIS MARION6 ELLINGTON (FRANCIS MARION5, ELIZABETH4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1832 in Washington Co.Va.. He married MARY ANN SPURRIER February 24, 1858, daughter of WILLIAM SPURRIER and RACHEL.

Children of FRANCIS ELLINGTON and MARY SPURRIER are:
i. AMELIA E.7 ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1860.
ii. ELIZA LIDA ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1862, Washington Co.Va.; m. HARRY BELLEMEY.
iii. ANGELINE ELLINGTON, b. Abt. 1865.
225. iv. JAMES ELMORE ELLINGTON, b. February 10, 1867, Washington Co.Va.; d. March 17, 1936, Mendota, Washington Co. VA.

129. JOHN T.6 BURDINE (HENRY DICKENSON5, NANCY MARTHA4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1824, and died 1865. He married CATHERINE DEVAULT, daughter of JOHN DEVAULT and ELIZABETH CLOUD.

Child of JOHN BURDINE and CATHERINE DEVAULT is:
226. i. ELIZA JANE7 BURDINE, b. 1859; d. 1943.

130. HENRY H.6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born May 23, 1837, and died November 27, 1903 in will prob. Russell Co.Va.. He married CORNELIA QUALLS.

Notes for HENRY H. DICKENSON:
Captain Henry Hopkins Dickenson was born 23 May, 1837, near Carterton, Russell Co., Va., the son of Charles Carroll Dickenson and Catherine Counts. On 10 Jul 1861, Henry enlisted in the service for the Confederate States of America in Co. A, 29th VA Infantry and was commissioned as a 2nd Lt. On. 13 May 1862 he was promoted to 1st Lt. and on 03 Jun 1862 to Captain. He remained in this capacity for the remainder of the Civil War. On 25 Oct 1868 he married Cornelia Winston Quarles of Bedford Co., Va., the daughter of Giles & Martha Quarles. Henry and Cornelia had six children, Charles, Ella, Alberta, Giles, Edward and Kate. In 1881, He was elected Clerk of the Circuit Court of Russell Co. and served two terms. Henry Dickenson died 27 Nov 1903 and was buried in the North Church Street Cemetery in Lebanon.

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and CORNELIA QUALLS are:
227. i. GILES7 DICKENSON, d. Aft. 1968.
ii. ED DICKENSON.
iii. CHARLIE DICKENSON.
iv. ELLA DICKENSON.
v. KATE DICKENSON.
vi. ALBERTA DICKENSON.

131. WILLIAM PERRY6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born December 23, 1843. He married UNKNOWN.

Children of WILLIAM DICKENSON and UNKNOWN are:
i. JOHN7 DICKENSON.
ii. FARLEY DICKENSON.
228. iii. THOMAS DICKENSON.

132. JOHN T.6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born November 14, 1853, and died Aft. 1941 in of Johnson City, TN.. He married MARTHA QUALLS July 05, 1881.

Children of JOHN DICKENSON and MARTHA QUALLS are:
i. LUTHER7 DICKENSON.
ii. JOHN T. JR. DICKENSON.
iii. FANNIE K. DICKENSON, m. BELVEL.
iv. WILLIE DICKENSON.

133. THOMAS FLETCHER6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born August 22, 1857 in nr. Carleton, Russell Co. VA, and died Aft. 1941 in of Princeton, WV.. He married BETTY HARMON PHILLIPS September 08, 1888, daughter of TOM PHILLIPS and MARY CRABTREE.

Children of THOMAS DICKENSON and BETTY PHILLIPS are:
i. MYRTLE7 DICKENSON, d. Aft. 1941.
ii. HENRY KYLE DICKENSON, d. d. age 2.
iii. ROBERT HARMON DICKENSON, d. Aft. 1941, of Columbus, OH.
iv. ELLA BRYANT DICKENSON, d. Aft. 1941.
v. THOMAS DWIGHT DICKENSON, d. Aft. 1941, of Princeton, WV..
vi. PHILLIP CHESTER DICKENSON, d. d. age 4.
vii. HAROLD FINK DICKENSON, d. Aft. 1941, age 36.

134. NOAH C.6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born May 17, 1860, and died June 15, 1952 in of Carterton, Russell Co., VA.. He married (1) PRISCILLA ELLEN BANNER Bef. 1893, daughter of GEORGE BANNER and PRISCILLA DICKENSON. He married (2) CORNELIA C. JESSEE December 22, 1894.

Children of NOAH DICKENSON and PRISCILLA BANNER are:
229. i. WADE THOMAS7 DICKENSON, b. October 26, 1886.
ii. NANNIE DICKENSON, b. March 22, 1888.

Children of NOAH DICKENSON and CORNELIA JESSEE are:
230. iii. CARLYLE J.7 DICKENSON, b. September 09, 1896.
231. iv. GLENN G. DICKENSON, b. June 08, 1902; d. Aft. 1942.

135. CATHERINE P."KATE"6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born November 03, 1862, and died Aft. 1941 in of Castlewood, Russell Co. VA. She married ELIHU KISER JESSEE October 30, 1880 in Russell, Co. VA.

Children of CATHERINE DICKENSON and ELIHU JESSEE are:
i. GROVER C.7 JESSEE.
ii. NANNIE JESSEE.
iii. BESSIE JESSEE.

136. PRISCILLA6 GOSE (NANCY POWELL5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1849. She married EDWARD KERNAN HARDING.

Children of PRISCILLA GOSE and EDWARD HARDING are:
i. WILLIAM A.7 HARDING, b. Abt. 1877; m. NINA A. JESSEE.
ii. PRISCILLA HARDING, b. Abt. 1885; m. AARON JESSEE.

137. EMMA D.6 GILMER (CAROLINE5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married JOHN HANSON, son of JAMES HANSON and MARGARET DICKENSON.

Children of EMMA GILMER and JOHN HANSON are:
i. CARL7 HANSON.
ii. GEORGE HANSON.
iii. J. HANSON.
iv. MARGARET HANSON.
v. VIRGINIA HANSON.

138. KEMPER6 GILMER (CAROLINE5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of KEMPER GILMER are:
i. KEMPER JR.7 GILMER.
ii. GILES GILMER.
iii. CORNELIA GILMER.

139. BILLIE6 GILMER (CAROLINE5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of BILLIE GILMER are:
i. OAKLEY7 GILMER.
ii. DAVE GILMER.
iii. HARRY GILMER.
iv. JOSEPH GILMER.
v. CORNELIA GILMER.
vi. BESS GILMER.
vii. ANNA GILMER.

140. EMMA D.6 GILMER (CAROLINE5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married JOHN HANSON, son of JAMES HANSON and MARGARET DICKENSON.

Child of EMMA GILMER and JOHN HANSON is:
i. GUY7 HANSON, m. CALLIE DICKENSON.

141. BOB6 GILMER (CAROLINE5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of BOB GILMER are:
i. PAULINE7 GILMER, m. JINKS.
ii. ? GILMER, m. JOHN MAST.
iii. MARGARET GREY GILMER, m. JOHNSON.
iv. BOBBIE GILMER.

142. CHARLIE6 DICKENSON (NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of CHARLIE DICKENSON are:
232. i. LOCKHART7 DICKENSON.
ii. MARGARET DICKENSON, m. SAM ?.
233. iii. BESSIE DICKENSON.
iv. CHARLIE JR. DICKENSON, m. ? HANSON.
v. TOM DICKENSON.
vi. MYRTLE DICKENSON, m. ? TATE.

143. KATE6 DICKENSON (NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) died 1938. She married R. A. FLETCHER.

Children of KATE DICKENSON and R. FLETCHER are:
i. FLOYD D.7 FLETCHER, d. never married.
ii. KATHRYN FLETCHER, m. JIM GRAYBEAL.
iii. STAFFORD FLETCHER, m. NELL GRAYBEAL.

144. MARY E. "BETTIE"6 DICKENSON (NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1857. She married SAMUEL P. GIBSON February 01, 1886, son of JOHN GIBSON and SARAH HONAKER.

Children of MARY DICKENSON and SAMUEL GIBSON are:
i. KATE7 GIBSON.
ii. NANNIE GIBSON.
iii. RUBY GIBSON.
iv. SON GIBSON.

145. HENRY6 DICKENSON (NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of HENRY DICKENSON are:
i. CON7 DICKENSON.
ii. BILLIE DICKENSON.
iii. CHARLIE DICKENSON.
234. iv. ISABEL DICKENSON.

146. CHARLIE H.6 DICKENSON (HENRY PATTEN5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married LIZZIE MASON.

Children of CHARLIE DICKENSON and LIZZIE MASON are:
i. ROBERT (?)7 DICKENSON.
ii. JAMES P. DICKENSON.
iii. FORREST DICKENSON.

147. LIZZIE6 DICKENSON (HENRY PATTEN5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married ? PORTER.

Child of LIZZIE DICKENSON and ? PORTER is:
i. JIM7 PORTER.

148. VICTORIA M.6 GIBSON (ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married BOB IRESON.

Children of VICTORIA GIBSON and BOB IRESON are:
235. i. MAMIE7 IRESON.
ii. SAM IRESON.
iii. CHARLIE IRESON.
iv. WALTER GREY IRESON.
v. BOB GOSE IRESON.
vi. SALLIE OWENS IRESON.
vii. EVA IRESON.
viii. BILL IRESON.

149. WALTER6 DICKENSON (HORACE5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of WALTER DICKENSON are:
236. i. ROGER7 DICKENSON.
ii. JAMES DICKENSON.
iii. ROBERT DICKENSON.

150. JAMES O.6 DICKENSON (ABEL A.5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of JAMES O. DICKENSON are:
i. HOPE7 DICKENSON.
ii. JAMES O. JR. DICKENSON.

151. HENRY POWELL6 DICKENSON (THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1850. He married JERUSHA FUGATE.

Child of HENRY DICKENSON and JERUSHA FUGATE is:
i. WILLIAM THOMAS7 DICKENSON.

152. MARY JOSEPHINE6 DICKENSON (THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1852. She married D. S. BUCK.

Child of MARY DICKENSON and D. BUCK is:
237. i. D. DICKENSON7 BUCK.

153. MARY JOSEPHINE6 DICKENSON (THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4,HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married D. S. BUCK.

Children of MARY DICKENSON and D. BUCK are:
238. i. D. DICKENSON7 BUCK.
ii. LILLIAN BUCK, m. WINSTON KISER, January 23, 1944.

154. WILLIAM CARRELL6 DICKENSON (ELIZABETH DARNING(?)5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married BELLE SMITH.

Children of WILLIAM DICKENSON and BELLE SMITH are:
i. NANCY7 ALDERSON, m. WILLIAMS.
ii. FRANK ALDERSON.
iii. JOHN ALDERSON.
iv. JANE(?) ALDERSON.

155. JOHN6 HANSON (MARGARET LOVING5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married (1) EMMA D. GILMER, daughter of GILMER and CAROLINE DICKENSON. He married (2) EMMA D. GILMER. He married (3) EMMA D. GILMER, daughter of GILMER and CAROLINE DICKENSON.

Children of JOHN HANSON and EMMA GILMER are:
i. CARL7 HANSON.
ii. GEORGE HANSON.
iii. J. HANSON.
iv. MARGARET HANSON.
v. VIRGINIA HANSON.

Child of JOHN HANSON and EMMA GILMER is:
vi. GUY7 HANSON, m. CALLIE DICKENSON.

156. GEORGE6 ALDERSON (NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married ELIZABETH BICKLEY.

Children of GEORGE ALDERSON and ELIZABETH BICKLEY are:
i. ROBERT7 ALDERSON.
ii. RUTLEDGE ALDERSON.
iii. IDA ALDERSON.
iv. JEANETTE ALDERSON.
v. CHILD #5 ALDERSON.

157. CHARLES CREIGH (?)6 ALDERSON (NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married MARTHA GILMER.

Children of CHARLES ALDERSON and MARTHA GILMER are:
i. EUGENE7 ALDERSON.
ii. WALTER ALDERSON.
239. iii. WILLIAM ALDERSON.
iv. CHARLES DAVIS ALDERSON.
v. MARY ALDERSON, m. J. L. JACKSON (JOHNSON?).
vi. ELVIRA ALDERSON, m. DANIEL.

158. THOMAS M.6 ALDERSON (NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married ADA DAVIS.

Child of THOMAS ALDERSON and ADA DAVIS is:
240. i. THOMAS7 ALDERSON.

159. MARY JENNETT6 ALDERSON (NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married JOHN L. DAVIS.

Children of MARY ALDERSON and JOHN DAVIS are:
i. THOMAS7 DAVIS.
ii. BOB DAVIS.

160. MARY VIRGINIA6 DICKENSON (JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married SAMUEL SHOEMAKER.

Children of MARY DICKENSON and SAMUEL SHOEMAKER are:
i. JOHN7 SHOEMAKER, m. BETTY GRAY.
ii. CLARENCE C. SHOEMAKER, m. BESSIE DICKENSON.
iii. OLIVE SHOEMAKER.
iv. MABLE SHOEMAKER, d. single.
241. v. CHARLIE W. SHOEMAKER.
vi. ETTA SHOEMAKER, m. ERNEST HARDY.

161. ROBERT WALTER6 DICKENSON (JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1857. He married ROSE ERNEST January 29, 1884.

Children of ROBERT DICKENSON and ROSE ERNEST are:
i. ANNA7 DICKENSON, m. WOODWARD.
ii. FELICIA DICKENSON, d. never married.
iii. JULIE DICKENSON.
iv. EVA DICKENSON, m. SAM JENNINGS.
v. EUGENIA DICKENSON, d. D.A.R #185974; m. HIGGENBOTTOM.
vi. KATHLEEN DICKENSON, m. MELLON.

162. ELIZABETH JANE6 DICKENSON (JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married C. (OR O.) C. FISHER.

Children of ELIZABETH DICKENSON and C. FISHER are:
i. CHARLIE7 FISHER.
ii. GARLAND FISHER.
iii. ERNEST FISHER.
iv. ETHEL FISHER.
v. ELIZA FISHER.
vi. OLIVE FISHER.

163. JAMES MARSHALL6 DICKENSON (JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married CARRIE ERNEST.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and CARRIE ERNEST are:
242. i. FELIX7 DICKENSON.
ii. TAB (?) DICKENSON.
iii. ROSALIND DICKENSON, m. PAUL BOLTON.
iv. EMILY DICKENSON, m. RAY LYTTLE.

164. IDA RAMSEY6 DICKENSON (WILLIAM JENNINGS5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married LOGAN DR. BANNER.

Child of IDA DICKENSON and LOGAN BANNER is:
243. i. JENNINGS7 BANNER.

165. JAMES ORY6 DICKENSON (CHARLES CLEMENT JOHNSON5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married NANCY ORRY.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and NANCY ORRY are:
i. BOB7 DICKENSON.
ii. ORY DICKENSON.
iii. WALT DICKENSON.
iv. ARTHUR DICKENSON.
v. LINZIE DICKENSON.
vi. HAYTER DICKENSON.
vii. LILLIE DICKENSON.
viii. BETTIE DICKENSON.
ix. NANNIE DICKENSON, m. PORTER.

166. FRANK6 FUGATE (MARY POWELL5 DICKENSON, ROBERT (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married MOLLY FUGATE.

Children of FRANK FUGATE and MOLLY FUGATE are:
i. NATHAN LEE7 FUGATE.
244. ii. VIRGINIA FUGATE.

167. THOMAS6 FUGATE (MARY POWELL5 DICKENSON, ROBERT (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Children of THOMAS FUGATE and UNKNOWN are:
i. ROBERT7 FUGATE.
ii. EVALINE FUGATE.
iii. SEYMOUR FUGATE.

168. ELBERT"BERT"6 FUGATE (MARY POWELL5 DICKENSON, ROBERT (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married MARY TATE.

Children of ELBERT"BERT" FUGATE and MARY TATE are:
i. ELIZABETH7 FUGATE.
ii. FRANCES FUGATE.
iii. ELBERT JR. FUGATE.

Generation No. 7
169. HELEN LOUISE7 STOKES (ARCHIBALD WADE6, REBECCA5 MARTIN, FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married FREDERICK PARKER GILES.

Children of HELEN STOKES and FREDERICK GILES are:
i. FREDERICK STOKES8 GILES.
ii. HENRY GILES.

170. RUTH CRATIN7 STOKES (ARCHIBALD WADE6, REBECCA5 MARTIN, FRANCES4 JENNINGS, JOSEPH3, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married GEORGE MERRILL GARNER.

Children of RUTH STOKES and GEORGE GARNER are:
i. GEORGE MERRILL JR.8 GARNER, m. MARY ALICE SANDERSON MCREE.
ii. WADE STOKES GARNER, m. ROSEMARY RUTLEDGE OWEN.

171. MARY ANN7 JETER (CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1851, and died 1922. She married THOMAS BLAND 1877.

Children of MARY JETER and THOMAS BLAND are:
245. i. CHARLES BASCOM8 BLAND, b. 1878.
ii. ADDISON JEREMIAH BLAND, d. 1926.
iii. LOTTIE BLAND, d. died young.
246. iv. LUCY BECKNER BLAND.
247. v. WILLIFORD DANIEL BLAND.

172. JAMES EDWARD7 JETER (CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1857, and died 1917. He married MARGARET ELIZABETH STOVALL, daughter of BERRY STOVALL and SUE ROBINET.

Child of JAMES JETER and MARGARET STOVALL is:
248. i. CHARLES EDWARD8 JETER, b. 1889.

173. DONNIE MAY7 JETER (CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1866, and died 1892. She married ALBERT FOREST BATEMAN, son of BEN BATEMAN and LUCY MASSEY.

Children of DONNIE JETER and ALBERT BATEMAN are:
249. i. BEN FOREST8 BATEMAN, b. 1888.
250. ii. DONIE VASHTI BATEMAN, b. 1889.

174. ORA C.7 JETER (CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1871. She married L. BERRY STOVALL, son of BERRY STOVALL and SUE ?.

Child of ORA JETER and L. STOVALL is:
i. LILLIAN BERRY8 STOVALL, b. January 27, 1895; m. ROBERT WHARTON THWEATT, September 15, 1920.

175. EMMETT EARLY7 JETER (CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married (1) MARY LOUISE WALT September 01, 1900, daughter of JAMES WALT and MARY BATEMAN. He married (2) ADA M. SMITH 1904, daughter of OBION SMITH and MARY WARD.

Child of EMMETT JETER and MARY WALT is:
i. JAMES WALT8 JETER, b. January 1902; d. August 1902.

Children of EMMETT JETER and ADA SMITH are:
ii. MARTHA ELIZABETH8 JETER, b. 1905.
iii. EMMETT EARLY JR. JETER, b. 1906; m. DIXIE EVELYN MACFARLAND, February 1929.
iv. PAUL ALLEN JETER.
v. MARION FANCIS JETER.

176. GEORGIA7 GIFT (MARY ELIZABETH6 JETER, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1853. She married CHARLES SICKAL.

Child of GEORGIA GIFT and CHARLES SICKAL is:
i. GERTRUDE8 SICKAL.

177. MARTHA JANE7 MCCURRY (MARY EMILY6 DUKES, JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1845, and died Aft. 1935. She married (1) ERNST. She married (2) JOHN CANADAY.

Child of MARTHA MCCURRY and ERNST is:
251. i. CHARLES E.8 ERNST, b. Abt. 1869.

Children of MARTHA MCCURRY and JOHN CANADAY are:
ii. OLIVE M.8 CANADAY, b. Abt. 1874.
iii. OMA CANADAY, b. Abt. 1876.
iv. MCCLYDE CANADAY, b. Abt. 1879.
v. JENNIE CANADAY, b. Abt. 1880.

178. ELBERT LAFAYETTE7 MCCURRY (MARY EMILY6 DUKES, JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 24, 1849, and died 1913. He married ISABEL Abt. 1875.

Children of ELBERT MCCURRY and ISABEL are:
i. KATE8 MCCURRY, b. Abt. 1875; m. STATON.
ii. J. ROBERT MCCURRY, b. Abt. 1875.

179. KITTY EMILY7 MCCURRY (MARY EMILY6 DUKES, JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 22, 1851, and died 1931. She married CRANOR.

Child of KITTY MCCURRY and CRANOR is:
i. A. B.8 CRANOR, b. of DeQueen ARK..

180. ELIZABETH SARAH7 DUKES (ELBERT SEVERE "EB"6, JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) died in Hartford KS. She married SAMUEL PETER RESER.

Child of ELIZABETH DUKES and SAMUEL RESER is:
252. i. ELIZABETH CATHERINE8 RESER.

181. MARGARET ELIZA7 DILLIARD (SARAH ELIZABETH6 DUKES, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 30, 1854, and died September 08, 1928. She married WILLIAM CHARLTON BARKLEY March 21, 1876.

Children of MARGARET DILLIARD and WILLIAM BARKLEY are:
i. ROY CHARLTON8 BARKLEY, b. August 02, 1880; m. BESSIE.
253. ii. BENNETTA MAUDE BARKLEY, b. May 02, 1886, Mexico, Audrain Co., Mo.; d. 1950.

182. SHERARD LEONIDAS7 DUKES (WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 17, 1866 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA, and died February 08, 1949 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA buried Oakmont Cemetary. P.H., CA. He married IDA ALENE SYMONDS February 27, 1894 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA, daughter of CHARLES SYMONDS and ELIZABETH PRACY.

Children of SHERARD DUKES and IDA SYMONDS are:
254. i. HAZEL IRENE8 DUKES, b. November 19, 1894, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA; d. Abt. 1980, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA.
255. ii. WILLIAM SHERARD DUKES, b. November 21, 1899, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA; d. March 09, 1974, Grover City, CA..
256. iii. ELLA ELIZABETH DUKES, b. January 04, 1907, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA; d. June 1987, Martinez, CA.
257. iv. IDA LEONORA DUKES, b. October 21, 1908, Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA.

183. LEONORA "NORA" HALL7 DUKES (WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 20, 1868 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill Dist.) CA., and died March 20, 1898 in Martinez, CA. Alhambra Cementery. She married WILLIAM BEVERLY "WILL" HOLLIDAY August 20, 1890 in Lafayette, CA., son of BEVERLY HOLLIDAY and JANE HARDY.

Children of LEONORA DUKES and WILLIAM HOLLIDAY are:
258. i. MABEL LEORNORA8 HOLLIDAY, b. June 21, 1891, Martinez, CA; d. May 19, 1994, Los Banos, CA (8gr ch + 9g-gr ch).
259. ii. RUTH LUCY HOLLIDAY, b. December 30, 1893; d. Bef. August 21, 1978.
iii. WILLIAM BEVERLY HOLLIDAY, b. September 09, 1895; d. May 17, 1899.
260. iv. MYRA AGNES "DODE" HOLLIDAY, b. August 30, 1897, Martinez, CA.; d. February 16, 1991.

184. ISADELLA G. "DELLA"7 DUKES (WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 22, 1870, and died December 18, 1951. She married CLARENCE LEE COURT March 30, 1892.

Children of ISADELLA DUKES and CLARENCE COURT are:
261. i. RAYMOND LEON8 COURT, b. December 21, 1892.
ii. EDWARD WILLIAM COURT, b. December 06, 1894, Lakeview, OR.; m. IRENE INGLE.
262. iii. HARRY ERVIN COURT, b. June 29, 1902, Martinez, CA; d. Martinez, CA.
iv. HELEN WINFRED COURT, b. September 17, 1915.

185. JESSIE ELIZABETH7 DUKES (WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born December 06, 1871 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill Dist.) CA., and died June 17, 1947 in Martinez, CA. She married GEORGE THOMAS GRIFFIN July 18, 1895, son of THOMAS GRIFFIN.

Children of JESSIE DUKES and GEORGE GRIFFIN are:
i. JAMES THOMAS8 GRIFFIN, b. May 26, 1897; d. April 04, 1907.
263. ii. ROBERT WILLIAM GRIFFIN, b. March 09, 1899; d. of Piedmont, CA..
264. iii. ELIZABETH "BESS" CAREY GRIFFIN, b. July 22, 1912.
265. iv. THOMAS HAUGHTON GRIFFIN, b. July 22, 1912; d. of Martinez, Ca..

186. MAY LOUISA7 DUKES (WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 09, 1873, and died December 29, 1951 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill Dist.) CA.. She married CHARLES L. HALL August 09, 1903.

Children of MAY DUKES and CHARLES HALL are:
i. HIRAM DUKES8 HALL, b. June 03, 1904.
266. ii. KATHRYN HALL, b. November 21, 1916.

187. MARTHA LENA7 DUKES (ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born October 25, 1874, and died April 27, 1894 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx.. She married WILLIAM SILAS POE April 24, 1893 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co. Tx., son of HENDERSON POE and NANCY VAUGHT.

Child of MARTHA DUKES and WILLIAM POE is:
i. ANDREW JACKSON8 POE, b. April 22, 1894.

188. LEONIDAS "LONN" SHERARD7 DUKES (ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born August 25, 1876 in Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX, and died February 25, 1940 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx.. He married MARGARET ALANZIE HOPSON May 30, 1898 in Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX, daughter of JOHN HOPSON and TABITHA BACK.

Children of LEONIDAS DUKES and MARGARET HOPSON are:
267. i. ANDREW JACKSON LL8 DUKES, b. July 16, 1899, Midlothian, TX; d. February 08, 1984, Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx..
268. ii. MATTIE FAYE DUKES, b. May 16, 1904, Hereford, Tx.

189. ROBERTA DRUSILLA7 DUKES (ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 01, 1889 in Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX, and died January 09, 1948 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA. She married JEWELL MOSER RICHARDSON September 23, 1918 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx..

Child of ROBERTA DUKES and JEWELL RICHARDSON is:
269. i. JACKSON MOSER8 RICHARDSON, b. September 01, 1919, Collins Co., TX..

190. NELLIE7 DUKES (CHARLES NELSON6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born April 1882, and died Aft. February 13, 1954 in Boise, ID.. She married ? MALCOMB.

Child of NELLIE DUKES and ? MALCOMB is:
i. KATE8 MALCOMB.

191. KATIE7 DUKES (CHARLES NELSON6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 1889, and died Aft. February 13, 1954 in McCall, ID (staying with son Bud who lost wife 9 Feb. 1953)). She married F. A. COONROD.

Children of KATIE DUKES and F. COONROD are:
i. LOWELL8 COONROD.
ii. HERMAN COONROD.
iii. MILES COONROD.
iv. JOHN COONROD.

192. NETTIE7 DUKES (CHARLES NELSON6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born October 1892 in RFD Boise, ID. She married ROBERT DUNN.

Children of NETTIE DUKES and ROBERT DUNN are:
i. COLONELL8 DUNN, b. May 15, 1913; d. Bef. 1952; m. FERN.
270. ii. MAXINE DUNN, b. January 05, 1915.
271. iii. ROBERTA DUNN, b. May 20, 1920; d. Aft. 1951, Boise ID..

193. DOLLIE R.7 DUKES (CHARLES NELSON6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 1898, and died Aft. February 13, 1954 in Boise, ID.. She married WAYNE WARD.

Children of DOLLIE DUKES and WAYNE WARD are:
i. CHARLES IRA8 WARD.
ii. CLINTON WARD.
iii. PATRICIA LEE WARD, b. February 15, 1935.
iv. SHERARD DUKES WARD, b. April 28, 1941.
v. WILLIAM WARD.

194. JOHN AMBROSE ELLIS JR.7 KNIGHT (HENRIETTA6 MERCER, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 21, 1866 in Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, and died August 08, 1927 in "Flying E. Ranch", Jal, Lea Co., NM. He married LILLIE MARY MCQUERRY, daughter of JAMES MCQUERRY and PHOEBE MCCRACKEN.

Children of JOHN KNIGHT and LILLIE MCQUERRY are:
i. JOHN AMBROSE ELLIS LLL8 KNIGHT, b. September 16, 1891, Palo Pinto Co. TX; d. April 18, 1940, on State Rte. 302, Ector Co., TX; m. BERTHA MAY WEBB, 1926, Midland Co., TX.
ii. JAMES FRANK KNIGHT, b. March 20, 1894, Palo Pinto Co. TX; d. October 11, 1944, hospital, Kermit Co., TX; m. TOM ROSS "TOMMIE" (EASTERLING), August 29, 1938, Lovington, Lea Co., NM.
iii. LILLIE MAY KNIGHT, b. April 16, 1896, Palo Pinto Co. TX; d. October 29, 1979, Andrews, Andrews Co., TX no children; m. EARL RICE DUNN, May 10, 1914, Andrews, Andrews Co., TX no children.
iv. ANN ETTA KNIGHT, b. January 26, 1899, Palo Pinto Co. TX; d. February 21, 1987, Roswell, Chaves Co., NM no children; m. JAMES HARVEY BLACK, February 10, 1917, Monahans, Ward Co.,TX.
v. GEORGE MERCER KNIGHT, b. November 30, 1903, Midland Co., TX; d. May 04, 1905, Merkel, Taylor Co., TX.
272. vi. BLANCHE KNIGHT, b. October 14, 1905, Merkel, Taylor Co., TX; d. June 18, 1974, Odessa, Ector Co., TX.
273. vii. LUNA FAY KNIGHT, b. June 01, 1911, Andrews, Andrews Co., TX; d. of ransom Canyon, near Lubbox, TX.

195. ETTA7 MERCER (JOSEPH WAYNE6, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1873 in Jackson Co., MO, and died in of Kansas City, Mo.. She married WALTER BROWN in Jackson Co., MO.

Children of ETTA MERCER and WALTER BROWN are:
i. LAURA8 BROWN.
ii. AMELIA BROWN.

196. MARY HARDIN7 MERCER (JOSEPH WAYNE6, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1875 in Jackson Co., MO, and died Abt. 1930 in Jefferson City, MO. She married BERNARD JR. ZICK.

Children of MARY MERCER and BERNARD ZICK are:
i. MARY MILDRED8 ZICK, m. DEWITT.
ii. MERCER ZICK.

197. KATHERINE LEE7 MERCER (JOSEPH WAYNE6, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 1883 in Jackson Co., MO, and died November 18, 1932 in Independence, Jackson Co., MO.. She married ERNEST ALFRED CRONIN 1907 in Jackson Co., MO.

Child of KATHERINE MERCER and ERNEST CRONIN is:
i. KATHERINE8 CRONIN.

198. LOLA7 SYMINGTON (LAURA6 MERCER, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) died Bef. 1931. She married SAMUEL A. MCCOY, son of W. L. MCCOY.

Children of LOLA SYMINGTON and SAMUEL MCCOY are:
i. FRANCES8 MCCOY, d. Spokane, WA.
ii. DAUGHTER MCCOY, m. ROBERT HURD.
iii. ROBERT MCCOY, d. Spokane, WA.
iv. WILLIAM MCCOY, d. Spokane, WA.

199. PRISCILLA ELLEN7 BANNER (PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 14, 1863, and died November 26, 1893. She married NOAH C. DICKENSON Bef. 1893, son of CHARLES DICKENSON and CATHERINE COUNTS.

Children of PRISCILLA BANNER and NOAH DICKENSON are:
i. WADE THOMAS8 DICKENSON, b. October 26, 1886; m. GRACE GOSE.
ii. NANNIE DICKENSON, b. March 22, 1888.

200. NAN7 BANNER (PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married DRU MASON.

Children of NAN BANNER and DRU MASON are:
i. ED8 MASON.
ii. JOHN MASON.

201. MARY7 BANNER (PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married (1) CHARLES GOSE. She married (2) STALLARD.

Children of MARY BANNER and CHARLES GOSE are:
i. JOHN A.8 GOSE.
ii. GEORGE GOSE.
iii. EARLY GOSE.

Children of MARY BANNER and STALLARD are:
iv. ANNY (AMMY?)8 STALLARD.
v. CLYDE STALLARD.
vi. B. H. STALLARD.

202. JEFF7 BANNER (PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Child of JEFF BANNER and UNKNOWN is:
i. HAYTER8 BANNER.

203. STEPHEN WADE7 BANNER (PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born December 09, 1865, and died September 08, 1910. He married SALLY E. HOWARD November 23, 1887.

Children of STEPHEN BANNER and SALLY HOWARD are:
i. GARRETT8 BANNER.
ii. MARY WILL BANNER, m. ? PHILLIPS.
iii. NELL BANNER, m. ? HENRITZER.
iv. GEORGE H. BANNER.

204. CHARLIE7 BANNER (PRISCILLA MILDRED6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Child of CHARLIE BANNER and UNKNOWN is:
i. JEFF8 BANNER.

205. TEMPERANCE "TEMPIE"7 DICKENSON (THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born December 29, 1854. She married JAMES HARVEY JR. DICKENSON, son of JAMES DICKENSON and ELLEN ASTON.

Child of TEMPERANCE DICKENSON and JAMES DICKENSON is:
i. LAURA8 DICKENSON, d. TX; m. MACK WILLIAMS.

206. CALLIE7 DICKENSON (THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married SIM (SAM?) SHOEMAKER.

Children of CALLIE DICKENSON and SIM SHOEMAKER are:
i. FRANK8 SHOEMAKER.
ii. PAUL SHOEMAKER.
iii. PETE SHOEMAKER.
iv. BILLIE SHOEMAKER.
274. v. BETTY DEANA(?) SHOEMAKER.

207. JOE7 DICKENSON (THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married (ILLEG. DICKERSON).

Children of JOE DICKENSON and (ILLEG. DICKERSON) are:
i. HENSLEY8 DICKENSON.
ii. ELSIE (OR OSIE, M.N. ILLEG.) DICKENSON.

208. DARTHULA MANDORA7 DICKENSON (THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married GEORGE LEA JESSEE.

Children of DARTHULA DICKENSON and GEORGE JESSEE are:
275. i. WILLIAM GILMER8 JESSEE, b. November 18, 1890.
276. ii. JOSEPH PORTER JESSEE, b. September 29, 1892.
iii. MARY FULLER JESSEE, b. April 12, 1895.
iv. BARBARA GOSE JESSEE, b. February 01, 1897.
v. MARGARET ELIZABETH JESSEE, b. May 13, 1899.
vi. CAROLINE SHONDRA (CALLIE?) JESSEE, b. November 17, 1900.
vii. DONNIE F. JESSEE, b. September 21, 1906.
viii. ROSA CHRISTIAN JESSEE, b. April 02, 1908.
ix. ANNE JESSEE.
277. x. JOHN JESSEE.

209. VIRGINIA7 DICKENSON (CHARLES HUGH6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married T. E. B. FIELDS.

Children of VIRGINIA DICKENSON and T. FIELDS are:
278. i. CAROL8 FIELDS.
279. ii. SUE FIELDS.
iii. LILLIE FIELDS, m. H. N. FIX.

210. ELIZABETH JANE7 GILMER (NANCY CARROLL6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married BUCHANAN CHARLIE "BUCK" COOK 1858.

Child of ELIZABETH GILMER and BUCHANAN COOK is:
i. WILL COOK8 FULLER, b. b. illegitimate-adopted by J.B. Fuller, raised by Aunt Tabitha Harris.

211. MOLLIE7 GILMER (NANCY CARROLL6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married CHARLES BAUSELL.

Child of MOLLIE GILMER and CHARLES BAUSELL is:
i. MATTIE LEE8 BAUSELL, m. HOMER DORTON.

212. JERUSHA7 GILMER (NANCY CARROLL6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married JESSIE BOOKER.

Children of JERUSHA GILMER and JESSIE BOOKER are:
i. NANNIE8 BOOKER, m. JOHN PERRY.
ii. ORPHA BOOKER, m. JESSEE.

213. HENRY7 DICKENSON (SAMUEL COWDER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married ?.

Children of HENRY DICKENSON and ? are:
i. JOHN8 DICKENSON.
ii. NETY (?) DICKENSON.
iii. JERUSHA DICKENSON.
iv. ISAAC (JACOB OR HAROLD?) DICKENSON.

214. NATHANIEL J.7 JESSEE (CAROLINE JANE6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married MYRA BARKER.

Children of NATHANIEL JESSEE and MYRA BARKER are:
i. ROSE8 JESSEE, m. TILLER.
ii. SCOTT JESSEE.

215. TABITHA7 JESSEE (CAROLINE JANE6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married CHARLES N. HARRIS.

Children of TABITHA JESSEE and CHARLES HARRIS are:
i. NELL8 HARRIS.
ii. ELIZABETH HARRIS, m. CHARLES TIDEY (?).
iii. CAROLINE HARRIS, m. TOM TOOK (?).
iv. ELIZA HARRIS, m. ED WRIGHT.
v. ALFELIA HARRIS, m. SHIRLEY ANN WRIGHT.
vi. MARTHA HARRIS.
vii. MINNIE HARRIS.
viii. OLLIE HARRIS.
ix. TANNER HARRIS.
x. MAMIE HARRIS.

216. MARY7 SADDLER (VIRGINIA JEFFERSON6 DICKENSON, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married SINGLE (?).

Children of MARY SADDLER and SINGLE (?) are:
i. GEORGE SINGLE8 (?).
ii. HAZEL SINGLE (?).

217. JAMES HARVEY JR.7 DICKENSON (JAMES HARVEY6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married TEMPERANCE "TEMPIE" DICKENSON, daughter of THOMAS DICKENSON and ELIZABETH"ELIZA" GILMER.

Child of JAMES DICKENSON and TEMPERANCE DICKENSON is:
i. LAURA8 DICKENSON, d. TX; m. MACK WILLIAMS.

218. CYNTHIA "CINTA"7 ERWIN (THOMAS JEFFERSON(ORJACKSON)6, ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, THOMAS4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married JOHN WHEELER RAMEY, son of THADDEUS RAMEY.

Child of CYNTHIA ERWIN and JOHN RAMEY is:
i. RACHEL ELIZABETH8 RAMEY, m. SAINT JAMES STAMPER.

219. LEANDER JACKSON7 ERWIN (JOHN BRANDON6, ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, THOMAS4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born January 03, 1853, and died September 30, 1919. He married MARY ELIZABETH LANE April 24, 1879.

Child of LEANDER ERWIN and MARY LANE is:
280. i. SARAH FRANCES8 ERWIN, b. July 30, 1884; d. October 20, 1918.

220. HENRY DICKENSON7 LINDSLEY (LOUISA GRUNDY6 DICKENSON, HENRY5, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born February 29, 1872. He married RUTH B. BOWER.

Children of HENRY LINDSLEY and RUTH BOWER are:
i. VIRGINIA LOUISE8 LINDSLEY.
ii. HENRY DICKINSON JR. LINDSLEY.
iii. CATHERINE MAE LINDSLEY.

221. ANNIE LOUISE7 LINDSLEY (LOUISA GRUNDY6 DICKENSON, HENRY5, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born December 27, 1874. She married JOHN D. WINGATE.

Children of ANNIE LINDSLEY and JOHN WINGATE are:
i. PHILIP LINDSLEY8 WINGATE.
ii. DAVID ROBERT WINGATE.
iii. JOHN DAVID WINGATE.
iv. GLADYS MAE WINGATE.

222. ARCHIBALD7 DICKISON (JOHN6, LEVI5 DICKENSON, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Aft. 1865. He married SENA WALFORD.

Child of ARCHIBALD DICKISON and SENA WALFORD is:
i. MARK8 DICKISON.

223. JOHN LEWIS "NED"7 DICKISON (GRIFFITH ARCHELAUS"ARCHIE"6, LEVI5 DICKENSON, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 20, 1891 in Carter Co. KY, and died October 24, 1970 in Gundy Cem,. Newell Twnshp., Vermillion Co., IL.. He married NELLIE TACKETT June 09, 1912 in Carter Co. KY.

Children of JOHN DICKISON and NELLIE TACKETT are:
281. i. VIVIAN8 DICKISON, b. May 02, 1913, Carter Co. KY; d. Aft. June 1990.
ii. WILLIAM FARRELL DICKISON, b. April 25, 1915.
iii. VINA MARGORIE DICKISON, b. May 17, 1917, Carter Co. KY; d. January 1919, Carter Co. KY.
iv. MARY GENEVA DICKISON, b. April 12, 1919, Carter Co. KY; d. of Portland, ME.
v. THOMAS ARCHIE DICKISON, b. June 23, 1923, Brazil, IN.; d. of Danville IL..

224. SHADRACK"SHADE" JOSEPH7 DICKISON (GRIFFITH ARCHELAUS"ARCHIE"6, LEVI5 DICKENSON, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 28, 1894 in Logan, Co. IN, and died August 27, 1959 in Richmond, Wayne Co. IN. He married CORA BELL ADKINS July 30, 1916, daughter of JAMES ADKINS and MARTHA WEAVER.

Children of SHADRACK"SHADE" DICKISON and CORA ADKINS are:
i. BRYCE8 DICKERSON, d. of Sullivan Co. IN..
ii. JOHN MITCHELL DICKISON, b. June 05, 1921.
iii. UNNAMED DICKISON, m. DOROTHY ORVETTA KUGLER.
iv. UNNAMED DICKISON.
v. SETH DICKISON, b. April 16, 1925, Carter Co., KY.
vi. UNNAMED DICKISON.
vii. UNNAMED DICKISON.
viii. ABRAHAM DICKISON.
ix. UNNAMED DICKISON.

225. JAMES ELMORE7 ELLINGTON (FRANCIS MARION6, FRANCIS MARION5, ELIZABETH4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born February 10, 1867 in Washington Co.Va., and died March 17, 1936 in Mendota, Washington Co. VA. He married MATTIE LOU MORISON February 10, 1892, daughter of SAMUEL MORISON and MARY SMYTH.

Children of JAMES ELLINGTON and MATTIE MORISON are:
i. JAMES EARL8 ELLINGTON, b. February 26, 1893, Mendota, Washington Co. VA; m. RUBY KATE KAYLOR, September 18, 1913, Sullivan Co. TN.
282. ii. SAMUEL FRANCIS ELLINGTON, b. January 03, 1895, Mendota, Washington Co. VA.
iii. MARY KATE ELLINGTON, b. December 14, 1896, Mendota, Washington Co. VA; m. WILLIAM ZACHARIAH MCCLELLAN.
iv. THEODORE ROOSEVELT ELLINGTON, b. 1900.
v. FANNY BELLE ELLINGTON, b. May 13, 1906; d. issue LDS shows 3; m. WILLIAM SPRY DENNY.

226. ELIZA JANE7 BURDINE (JOHN T.6, HENRY DICKENSON5, NANCY MARTHA4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1859, and died 1943. She married JACOB E. TATE, son of JAMES TATE and SARAH OWENS.

Child of ELIZA BURDINE and JACOB TATE is:
283. i. JOHN8 TATE, b. 1877; d. 1962.

227. GILES7 DICKENSON (HENRY H.6, CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) died Aft. 1968. He married REBECCA "MISS BEC" BROWNING.

Children of GILES DICKENSON and REBECCA BROWNING are:
i. ALBERT8 DICKENSON.
ii. REBECCA DICKENSON.
iii. ELLA DICKENSON.

228. THOMAS7 DICKENSON (WILLIAM PERRY6, CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Child of THOMAS DICKENSON and UNKNOWN is:
i. CHARLIE8 DICKENSON.

229. WADE THOMAS7 DICKENSON (NOAH C.6, CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born October 26, 1886. He married GRACE GOSE, daughter of PETER GOSE.

Children of WADE DICKENSON and GRACE GOSE are:
i. AUDREY VIRGINIA8 DICKENSON.
284. ii. CHARLIE GOSE DICKENSON.

230. CARLYLE J.7 DICKENSON (NOAH C.6, CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born September 09, 1896. He married UNKNOWN.

Children of CARLYLE DICKENSON and UNKNOWN are:
i. HARRY8 DICKENSON.
ii. MARY ELLINGTON DICKENSON.

231. GLENN G.7 DICKENSON (NOAH C.6, CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born June 08, 1902, and died Aft. 1942. He married UNKNOWN.

Children of GLENN DICKENSON and UNKNOWN are:
i. MARY EVELYN8 DICKENSON.
ii. SUZANNE DICKENSON.
iii. GRAHAM GILMER DICKENSON.

232. LOCKHART7 DICKENSON (CHARLIE6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Child of LOCKHART DICKENSON is:
i. CLAUDE8 DICKENSON.

233. BESSIE7 DICKENSON (CHARLIE6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married (1) CLARENCE C. SHOEMAKER, son of SAMUEL SHOEMAKER and MARY DICKENSON. She married (2) CLARENCE C. SHOEMAKER, son of SAMUEL SHOEMAKER and MARY DICKENSON.

Children of BESSIE DICKENSON and CLARENCE SHOEMAKER are:
i. BLAINE8 SHOEMAKER.
ii. CLAIRE SHOEMAKER.
285. iii. OLIVE SHOEMAKER.
iv. MABEL SHOEMAKER, b. never married.
286. v. CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKER.
vi. ETTA SHOEMAKER, m. ERNEST HARDY.

234. ISABEL7 DICKENSON (HENRY6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married HENRY FUGATE.

Child of ISABEL DICKENSON and HENRY FUGATE is:
i. LUCILE8 FUGATE, m. HENRY JOHNSON.

235. MAMIE7 IRESON (VICTORIA M.6 GIBSON, ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married R. S. GOSE.

Child of MAMIE IRESON and R. GOSE is:
i. A. CRAFTEN (?)8 GOSE, d. never married.

236. ROGER7 DICKENSON (WALTER6, HORACE5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of ROGER DICKENSON are:
i. CAROLYN8 DICKENSON.
ii. MARY ELIZABETH DICKENSON.
iii. ROGER JR. DICKENSON.

237. D. DICKENSON7 BUCK (MARY JOSEPHINE6 DICKENSON, THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married DOROTHY ROWLAND.

Child of D. BUCK and DOROTHY ROWLAND is:
i. JOAN R (UNINTEL.)8 BUCK.

238. D. DICKENSON7 BUCK (MARY JOSEPHINE6 DICKENSON, THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married DOROTHY ROWLAND.

Children of D. BUCK and DOROTHY ROWLAND are:
i. JOAN R. (UNINTEL.)8 BUCK.
ii. (UNINTEL.) BUCK.

239. WILLIAM7 ALDERSON (CHARLES CREIGH (?)6, NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Children of WILLIAM ALDERSON and UNKNOWN are:
i. HENRY8 ALDERSON.
ii. TOM ALDERSON.
iii. WILLIAM ALDERSON.

240. THOMAS7 ALDERSON (THOMAS M.6, NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Child of LOCKHART DICKENSON is:
i. CLAUDE8 DICKENSON.

233. BESSIE7 DICKENSON (CHARLIE6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married (1) CLARENCE C. SHOEMAKER, son of SAMUEL SHOEMAKER and MARY DICKENSON. She married (2) CLARENCE C. SHOEMAKER, son of SAMUEL SHOEMAKER and MARY DICKENSON.

Children of BESSIE DICKENSON and CLARENCE SHOEMAKER are:
i. BLAINE8 SHOEMAKER.
ii. CLAIRE SHOEMAKER.
285. iii. OLIVE SHOEMAKER.
iv. MABEL SHOEMAKER, b. never married.
286. v. CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKER.
vi. ETTA SHOEMAKER, m. ERNEST HARDY.

234. ISABEL7 DICKENSON (HENRY6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married HENRY FUGATE.

Child of ISABEL DICKENSON and HENRY FUGATE is:
i. LUCILE8 FUGATE, m. HENRY JOHNSON.

235. MAMIE7 IRESON (VICTORIA M.6 GIBSON, ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married R. S. GOSE.

Child of MAMIE IRESON and R. GOSE is:
i. A. CRAFTEN (?)8 GOSE, d. never married.

236. ROGER7 DICKENSON (WALTER6, HORACE5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1).

Children of ROGER DICKENSON are:
i. CAROLYN8 DICKENSON.
ii. MARY ELIZABETH DICKENSON.
iii. ROGER JR. DICKENSON.

237. D. DICKENSON7 BUCK (MARY JOSEPHINE6 DICKENSON, THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married DOROTHY ROWLAND.

Child of D. BUCK and DOROTHY ROWLAND is:
i. JOAN R (UNINTEL.)8 BUCK.

238. D. DICKENSON7 BUCK (MARY JOSEPHINE6 DICKENSON, THOMAS TRESNANT5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married DOROTHY ROWLAND.

Children of D. BUCK and DOROTHY ROWLAND are:
i. JOAN R. (UNINTEL.)8 BUCK.
ii. (UNINTEL.) BUCK.

239. WILLIAM7 ALDERSON (CHARLES CREIGH (?)6, NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Children of WILLIAM ALDERSON and UNKNOWN are:
i. HENRY8 ALDERSON.
ii. TOM ALDERSON.
iii. WILLIAM ALDERSON.

240. THOMAS7 ALDERSON (THOMAS M.6, NANCY JANE5 DICKENSON, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married RONIE (?) HENWAY (?).

Children of THOMAS ALDERSON and RONIE (?) are:
i. CREED8 ALDERSON.
ii. VIRGINIA ALDERSON.

241. CHARLIE W.7 SHOEMAKER (MARY VIRGINIA6 DICKENSON, JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married EARL BANNER.

Children of CHARLIE SHOEMAKER and EARL BANNER are:
i. EMMA (?)8 BANNER, m. HARDING SOHN (?).
ii. STELLA (?) BANNER.
iii. ELIZABETH BANNER.
iv. SOHN (JOHN?) BANNER.

242. FELIX7 DICKENSON (JAMES MARSHALL6, JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married RUTH (?) MULL (?).

Children of FELIX DICKENSON and RUTH (?) are:
287. i. JAMES8 DICKENSON.
288. ii. EUGENIA DICKENSON.
iii. JEB(?) DICKENSON.
289. iv. ROSALIN DICKENSON.
v. EMILY DICKENSON, m. RAY LYTTLE.

243. JENNINGS7 BANNER (IDA RAMSEY6 DICKENSON, WILLIAM JENNINGS5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married LUTIE (?) PORCH(?).

Children of JENNINGS BANNER and LUTIE PORCH(?) are:
i. CLARENCE8 BANNER.
ii. MARY RUTH BANNER.

244. VIRGINIA7 FUGATE (FRANK6, MARY POWELL5 DICKENSON, ROBERT (TWIN)4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married MUSE.

Child of VIRGINIA FUGATE and MUSE is:
i. POLLY ANN8 MUSE.

Generation No. 8
245. CHARLES BASCOM8 BLAND (MARY ANN7 JETER, CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1878. He married JOSEPHINE FERGUSON.

Children of CHARLES BLAND and JOSEPHINE FERGUSON are:
i. MARY JO9 BLAND.
ii. EVANGALINE BLAND.
iii. CHARLES BERNHARDT BLAND.

246. LUCY BECKNER8 BLAND (MARY ANN7 JETER, CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married GEORGE PEASE.

Child of LUCY BLAND and GEORGE PEASE is:
i. ORA LYNN9 PEASE.

247. WILLIFORD DANIEL8 BLAND (MARY ANN7 JETER, CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married RUBY PENNINGTON, daughter of EDWARD PENNINGTON and MITTIE FITE.

Children of WILLIFORD BLAND and RUBY PENNINGTON are:
i. WILLIFORD DANIEL JR.9 BLAND.
ii. EDWARD EARLY BLAND.

248. CHARLES EDWARD8 JETER (JAMES EDWARD7, CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1889. He married ROSE BURK 1913.

Children of CHARLES JETER and ROSE BURK are:
i. CHARLES EDWARD JR.9 JETER, b. 1914.
ii. JAMES EDWARD JETER, b. 1917.
iii. MARGARET NELL JETER, b. 1920.
iv. BILLIE BURK JETER, b. 1926.
v. BEN S. JETER, b. 1927.

249. BEN FOREST8 BATEMAN (DONNIE MAY7 JETER, CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1888. He married LETITIA WALSH 1923, daughter of HUGH WALSH and EMMIE JONES.

Children of BEN BATEMAN and LETITIA WALSH are:
i. BEN FOREST JR.9 BATEMAN, b. 1924.
ii. HENRY FIELDING BATEMAN, b. 1926.
iii. EDWARD CHAMBERLAND BATEMAN, b. March 1928; d. October 1928.

250. DONIE VASHTI8 BATEMAN (DONNIE MAY7 JETER, CHARLES WHITFIELD6, FIELDING5, THOMAS4, MARY3 JENNINGS, AGNES2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1889. She married LUTHER M. SCOTT.

Children of DONIE BATEMAN and LUTHER SCOTT are:
i. LUTHER EDWARD9 SCOTT, b. 1911.

ii. FRANCIS BATEMAN SCOTT, b. 1916; d. 1917.
iii. JESSIE M. SCOTT, b. 1919.
iv. BEN JETER SCOTT, b. 1921; m. RAY D. LONGMIRE.
v. DONIE JETER BATEMAN SCOTT, b. 1928; d. infancy.

251. CHARLES E.8 ERNST (MARTHA JANE7 MCCURRY, MARY EMILY6 DUKES, JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1869. He married SPARKS.

Children of CHARLES ERNST and SPARKS are:
i. CHARLES9 ERNST.
ii. ERNESTINE ERNST.

252. ELIZABETH CATHERINE8 RESER (ELIZABETH SARAH7 DUKES, ELBERT SEVERE "EB"6, JAMES5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married ROSCOE RAYMOND JOHNSON.

Child of ELIZABETH RESER and ROSCOE JOHNSON is:
i. FRANCIS LEE9 JOHNSON, m. G. LUCILLLE ALBRIGHT.

253. BENNETTA MAUDE8 BARKLEY (MARGARET ELIZA7 DILLIARD, SARAH ELIZABETH6 DUKES, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 02, 1886 in Mexico, Audrain Co., Mo., and died 1950. She married EDGAR DESMOND LEE, son of RICHARD LEE and ALICE COLE.

Children of BENNETTA BARKLEY and EDGAR LEE are:
i. VIRGINIA9 LEE, b. February 28, 1912, New London, Mo.; m. JOHN F. LLL CONRAD, October 04, 1935, St. Louis, Mo..
ii. EDGAR DESMOND "DES" LEE, b. August 06, 1918; m. (1) MARJORIE STAUFFER; m. (2) MARY ANN MCCARTHY.

254. HAZEL IRENE8 DUKES (SHERARD LEONIDAS7, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 19, 1894 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA, and died Abt. 1980 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA. She married WILLIAM FRANCIS "WILL" MELLERUP September 24, 1916.

Child of HAZEL DUKES and WILLIAM MELLERUP is:
i. CLEMENT DUKES9 MELLERUP, b. June 14, 1917; m. (1) MARGARET RUTH CAMPBELL, April 06, 1941; m. (2) ISABELLE MACDONALD, July 12, 1952, Martinez, CA.

255. WILLIAM SHERARD8 DUKES (SHERARD LEONIDAS7, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 21, 1899 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA, and died March 09, 1974 in Grover City, CA.. He married (1) GERTRUDE M. SCHMIDT June 08, 1923 in Oakland, Alamenda Co., CA.. He married (2) SADIE CORA LAMBERT April 02, 1935. He married (3) GOLDA 1973.

Children of WILLIAM DUKES and GERTRUDE SCHMIDT are:
i. GERTRUDE KATHRIN "TRUDY"9 DUKES, b. July 03, 1924; m. WILLIAM FREDERICK TEMPLE, July 02, 1950, Baldwin Park, CA.
ii. IDA MAE DUKES, b. October 15, 1926; d. February 02, 1958.
iii. DELORES DUKES.

Child of WILLIAM DUKES and SADIE LAMBERT is:
iv. DELORES9 DUKES, m. EDDIE EHRHEART.

256. ELLA ELIZABETH8 DUKES (SHERARD LEONIDAS7, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 04, 1907 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA, and died June 1987 in Martinez, CA. She married NEWELL LEIGHTON WOOD June 03, 1928 in Martinez, CA, son of CHARLES WOOD and ELLA TIKIOB.

Children of ELLA DUKES and NEWELL WOOD are:
i. SHERARD LEIGHTON9 WOOD, b. November 14, 1929, Martinez, CA; m. MARILYN ROSE (JOHNSON) TULLY, February 18, 1962.
ii. ELIZABETH "BETTY" IRENE WOOD, b. September 15, 1932, Martinez, CA; m. JOHN RICHARD "JACK" HEWITSON, May 13, 1951, St. Clememta, Beckeley, CA.
iii. PAMELLA JOAN WOOD, b. August 13, 1944; m. CLAUDE ALLEN JR. NAVE, March 25, 1972, Martinez, CA.

257. IDA LEONORA8 DUKES (SHERARD LEONIDAS7, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born October 21, 1908 in Martinez (Pleasant Hill), CA. She married WILLIAM "BILL" JACOB KUTZ September 23, 1933 in Martinez, CA, son of EDWIN KUTZ and NORA WETZEL.

Children of IDA DUKES and WILLIAM KUTZ are:
i. BARBARA JEAN9 KUTZ, b. September 14, 1935, Martinez , CA; m. GEORGE EUGENE HERBERT, May 14, 1966, Oakland, CA..
ii. WILLIAM EDWIN "ED" KUTZ, b. February 16, 1943; d. 1999, Summer 1999 while visiting relatives in Missouri; m. (1) PAMELA JOAN SEUBERTH, April 06, 1963, Lafayette, CA.; m. (2) JOAN MARGARET BARNES, May 31, 1980, Walnut Creek, CA..

258. MABEL LEORNORA8 HOLLIDAY (LEONORA "NORA" HALL7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 21, 1891 in Martinez, CA, and died May 19, 1994 in Los Banos, CA (8gr ch + 9g-gr ch). She married GEORGE WESLEY PRACY June 04, 1913 in San Francisco, CA., son of JOSEPH PRACY and SUSIE IDELL.

Children of MABEL HOLLIDAY and GEORGE PRACY are:
i. GEORGE WESLEY JR.9 PRACY, b. 1914; d. 1988, Bakersfield CA.; m. JOAN.
ii. BEVERLY JANE PRACY, m. ALLEN HOUSTON HOSMON.
iii. MABEL HOLLIDAY PRACY, m. DAN RILEY MILLER, March 12, 1944, Cleveland Heights, OHIO.

259. RUTH LUCY8 HOLLIDAY (LEONORA "NORA" HALL7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born December 30, 1893, and died Bef. August 21, 1978. She married CHARLES PORTER "BUD" WEAVER March 26, 1916.

Children of RUTH HOLLIDAY and CHARLES WEAVER are:
i. WILLIAM BEVERLY9 WEAVER.
ii. CHARLES PORTER JR. WEAVER, b. August 16, 1919; d. January 26, 1963.

260. MYRA AGNES "DODE"8 HOLLIDAY (LEONORA "NORA" HALL7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born August 30, 1897 in Martinez, CA., and died February 16, 1991. She married ARTHUR HERBERT HONEGGER November 02, 1919, son of EMIL HONEGGER and ANN HUBACHENBERGER.

Children of MYRA HOLLIDAY and ARTHUR HONEGGER are:
i. WILLIAM BEVERLY9 HONEGGER, b. June 28, 1921, Oakley, CA; d. March 19, 1981; m. JOANNE BENEDICT.
ii. ARTHUR EDWIN HONEGGER, b. January 14, 1923; m. KATHERINE MARIE O'CONNOR, January 13, 1945, Washington, D.C..
iii. MYRA LEANNA HONEGGER, b. June 22, 1924, Oakley, CA; m. EUGENE EDMOND HARRISON, October 17, 1947, Oakley, CA.
iv. DAVID J. HONEGGER, b. June 24, 1926, Oakley, CA; m. LENDA LUE LEVELL, February 17, 1946.

261. RAYMOND LEON8 COURT (ISADELLA G. "DELLA"7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born December 21, 1892. He married GERTRUDE BEIL August 05, 1914.

Child of RAYMOND COURT and GERTRUDE BEIL is:
i. HELEN9 COURT, b. September 17, 1915; m. JOHN WOOD.

262. HARRY ERVIN8 COURT (ISADELLA G. "DELLA"7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 29, 1902 in Martinez, CA, and died in Martinez, CA. He married (1) VIOLA MILLER. He married (2) LYNDA YAGERMAN.

Children of HARRY COURT and VIOLA MILLER are:
i. GLORIA9 COURT, m. WRIGHT.
ii. EDWARD H. COURT.

263. ROBERT WILLIAM8 GRIFFIN (JESSIE ELIZABETH7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born March 09, 1899, and died in of Piedmont, CA.. He married RUTH O'MALLERY.

Child of ROBERT GRIFFIN and RUTH O'MALLERY is:
i. ROBETTA9 GRIFFIN.

264. ELIZABETH "BESS" CAREY8 GRIFFIN (JESSIE ELIZABETH7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 22, 1912. She married PHILLIPS.

Child of ELIZABETH GRIFFIN and PHILLIPS is:
i. JOHN9 PHILLIPS.

265. THOMAS HAUGHTON8 GRIFFIN (JESSIE ELIZABETH7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 22, 1912, and died in of Martinez, Ca.. He married JANE ?.

Children of THOMAS GRIFFIN and JANE ? are:
i. ROBERT RUSSELL9 GRIFFIN, b. August 27, 1953.
ii. ALICE ELIZABETH GRIFFIN, b. June 20, 1952, (or June 29); m. EVAN M. GARBER, 1978, Griffin Ranch, Alhambra Valley, Martinez, CA.

266. KATHRYN8 HALL (MAY LOUISA7 DUKES, WILLIAM HALL6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 21, 1916. She married WILLIAM BELON.

Children of KATHRYN HALL and WILLIAM BELON are:
i. RICHARD9 BELON, b. August 04, 1946.
ii. LINDA LEA BELON, b. September 22, 1947.
iii. BOY BELON, b. July 11, 1952.

267. ANDREW JACKSON LL8 DUKES (LEONIDAS "LONN" SHERARD7, ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born July 16, 1899 in Midlothian, TX, and died February 08, 1984 in Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx.. He married VERNA FAY MIDDLETON October 09, 1920 in Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX, daughter of ROBERT MIDDLETON and LOUISE MORROW.

Children of ANDREW DUKES and VERNA MIDDLETON are:
i. WILLIAM FREDERICK9 DUKES, b. August 05, 1921, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX; d. March 12, 1985, Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx.; m. (1) ANN MAY OLIVER, October 01, 1943; m. (2) MARIA ISABEL LAPIEZA, February 19, 1970.
ii. ROBERT LEONIDAS DUKES, b. August 13, 1923, Mansfield, Tarrant Co., TX; d. October 17, 1984, of Ft. Worth,TX; m. MARTHA LEE NELON, December 13, 1947, Ft. Worth, Tarrant co. Tx..

268. MATTIE FAYE8 DUKES (LEONIDAS "LONN" SHERARD7, ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 16, 1904 in Hereford, Tx. She married (1) THOMAS JEFFERSON JR. LILLEY. She married (2) JOSEPH H. SORRELLS August 23, 1924.

Child of MATTIE DUKES and THOMAS LILLEY is:
i. THOMAS JEFFERSON LLL9 LILLEY, b. September 05, 1942; m. MARY ANN CRAFT, April 15, 1967.

Child of MATTIE DUKES and JOSEPH SORRELLS is:
ii. HENRY MILTON9 SORRELLS, b. February 18, 1927; m. LILLIAN DAGMAR HORNAK, July 17, 1954.

269. JACKSON MOSER8 RICHARDSON (ROBERTA DRUSILLA7 DUKES, ANDREW JACKSON "DUTCH"6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 01, 1919 in Collins Co., TX.. He married MARGARET LORRIANE LUMPKIN January 25, 1941 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA, daughter of ENNIS LUMPKIN and MAXINE SHAMBURGER.

Children of JACKSON RICHARDSON and MARGARET LUMPKIN are:
i. ANNE9 RICHARDSON, b. October 05, 1943, San Francisco, CA.; m. WILLIAM FUQUA LLL WOODS.
ii. MARGARET RICHARDSON, b. July 27, 1946, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA; m. (1) ROBERT EARL LANDRY; m. (2) JOHN MICHAEL NEVIN, March 09, 1968, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA.
iii. JACKSON MOSER LL RICHARDSON, b. January 24, 1950, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA; m. MARY ANN SMITH, November 21, 1975.

270. MAXINE8 DUNN (NETTIE7 DUKES, CHARLES NELSON6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born January 05, 1915. She married JAMES LOGAN Abt. December 1936.

Child of MAXINE DUNN and JAMES LOGAN is:
i. DONNA JANE9 LOGAN.

271. ROBERTA8 DUNN (NETTIE7 DUKES, CHARLES NELSON6, ROBERT SHERARD5, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 20, 1920, and died Aft. 1951 in Boise ID.. She married LYLE CRAWFORD January 14, 1939.

Child of ROBERTA DUNN and LYLE CRAWFORD is:
i. ROBERT WARREN9 CRAWFORD, b. October 27, 1939.

272. BLANCHE8 KNIGHT (JOHN AMBROSE ELLIS JR.7, HENRIETTA6 MERCER, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born October 14, 1905 in Merkel, Taylor Co., TX, and died June 18, 1974 in Odessa, Ector Co., TX. She married LOYAL JEFFERSON CALLEY February 26, 1926 in Pecos, Reeves Co., TX, son of THOMAS CALLEY and CORA CLARK.

Child of BLANCHE KNIGHT and LOYAL CALLEY is:
i. IVA LEE9 CALLEY, b. December 31, 1926; d. Sedona, Yavapai Co., AZ; m. (1) WILLIAM EUGENE JUSTIS, March 21, 1947; m. (2) DAN MOODY HOLLOWAY, May 29, 1949, Clovis, Curry Co., NM; m. (3) THRON RIGGS, April 02, 1965, Portuguese Bend, Los Angeles Co., CA.

273. LUNA FAY8 KNIGHT (JOHN AMBROSE ELLIS JR.7, HENRIETTA6 MERCER, HENRIETTA5 DUKES, HENRYETTE4 DICKENSON, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born June 01, 1911 in Andrews, Andrews Co., TX, and died in of ransom Canyon, near Lubbox, TX. She married JOHN WILLIAM ALBERT May 02, 1930 in Carlsbad Eddy Co., NM.

Children of LUNA KNIGHT and JOHN ALBERT are:
i. JOANNE9 ALBERT, b. January 20, 1931; d. May 07, 1991, Englewood, CO no children; m. PAUL MISKULIN, April 16, 1967, Pasadena, CA.
ii. JENNE ALBERT, b. December 07, 1932, Roswell, NM; d. of Ransom Canyon, near Lubbox, TX; m. WILLIAM CRANE, December 31, 1952, Roswell, Chaves Co., NM.
iii. MILDRED ALBERT, b. June 15, 1935, Roswell, Chaves Co., NM; m. JAMES FITZGERALD, June 10, 1935, Roswell, Chaves Co., NM.

274. BETTY DEANA(?)8 SHOEMAKER (CALLIE7 DICKENSON, THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married PAUL GRAY.

Children of BETTY SHOEMAKER and PAUL GRAY are:
i. NANCIE9 GRAY, m. R.J. BOYD.
ii. RACHEL GRAY, m. GRADY CAULDER (?).

275. WILLIAM GILMER8 JESSEE (DARTHULA MANDORA7 DICKENSON, THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born November 18, 1890. He married GERTRUDE HENDRICKS BAKER.

Children of WILLIAM JESSEE and GERTRUDE BAKER are:
i. HOWARD GILMER9 JESSEE, b. September 11, 1921; m. GLADYS JOYCE COHLEN.
ii. THELMA SKATES JESSEE, b. June 29, 1910.
iii. EVA CAROLYN JESSEE, b. September 02, 1924; m. CARL COOPER.
iv. EDITH JEANETTE JESSEE, b. July 03, 1913; m. GILES MAYS.

276. JOSEPH PORTER8 JESSEE (DARTHULA MANDORA7 DICKENSON, THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born September 29, 1892. He married WILLIE VICTORIA JESSEE.

Children of JOSEPH JESSEE and WILLIE JESSEE are:
i. ROBERT WOOD9 JESSEE, b. February 01, 1917; m. MARGARET EVELYN COUNTS.
ii. MAYNARD JESSEE.
iii. KATHERINE (LENORA?) JESSEE.
iv. LOUISE JESSEE.
v. DENVER JESSEE.
vi. ANNA LEE JESSEE.

277. JOHN8 JESSEE (DARTHULA MANDORA7 DICKENSON, THOMAS DUNCAN PORTER6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). He married UNKNOWN.

Children of JOHN JESSEE and UNKNOWN are:
i. NEAL9 JESSEE.
ii. GEORGE JESSEE.
iii. BETTIE JOE JESSEE.
iv. ROBERT LEE JESSEE.

278. CAROL8 FIELDS (VIRGINIA7 DICKENSON, CHARLES HUGH6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married I. T. BEAUCHAMP.

Children of CAROL FIELDS and I. BEAUCHAMP are:
i. WILLIAM F.9 BEAUCHAMP, m. HELEN MONGLE (?).
ii. I. A. BEAUCHAMP, m. SARAH THOMAS, May 27, 1931.

279. SUE8 FIELDS (VIRGINIA7 DICKENSON, CHARLES HUGH6, NATHANIEL5, JAMES4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1). She married J. R. BICKLEY.

Child of SUE FIELDS and J. BICKLEY is:
i. CHARLIE CUNNINGHAM9 BICKLEY.

280. SARAH FRANCES8 ERWIN (LEANDER JACKSON7, JOHN BRANDON6, ELIZABETH5 DICKENSON, THOMAS4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born July 30, 1884, and died October 20, 1918. She married JOHN JAMES WILLIAMS August 17, 1908.

Child of SARAH ERWIN and JOHN WILLIAMS is:
i. HAZEL"MARY JANE"9 WILLIAMS, b. July 23, 1909; m. (1) LEWIS SCOTT KNISELY, June 10, 1933; m. (2) RUSSELL WOODROW IRELAND, January 17, 1942.

281. VIVIAN8 DICKISON (JOHN LEWIS "NED"7, GRIFFITH ARCHELAUS"ARCHIE"6, LEVI5 DICKENSON, ARCHELUS JR.4, ARCHELAUS3, HENRY SR.2, THOMAS1) was born May 02, 1913 in Carter Co. KY, and died Aft. June 1990. She married MELVIN BALES May 29, 1934 in Newton Co., IN.

Children of VIVIAN DICKISON and MELVIN BALES are:
i. MARJORIE KATHERINE9 BALES, b. July 09, 1935, Mt. Clemens, MI; m. (1) RICHARD SCHAEFFER, November 1952, Linden, Montgomery Co., IN (divorced); m. (2) ROBERT MCMILLAN, Aft. 1975, in Flordia (this marriage ended in divorce also); m. (3) ROBERT HARTLEY, 1983, Montgomery Co., IN. (this marriage ended also in divorce).
ii. KAREN J. BALES, b. 1939, Mt. Clemens, MI; d. 1939, buried in Christian Union, Newton, IN..

282. SAMUEL FRANCIS8 ELLINGTON (JAMES ELMORE7, FRANCIS MARION6, FRANCIS MARION5, ELIZABETH4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born January 03, 1895 in Mendota, Washington Co. VA. He married OUIDA MARGARET BURTON.

Children of SAMUEL ELLINGTON and OUIDA BURTON are:
i. FRANCIS EDWARD9 ELLINGTON, b. June 14, 1922.
ii. SON ELLINGTON, m. SARAH MARGARET THOMAS.
iii. CHILD #3 ELLINGTON.
iv. CHILD #4 ELLINGTON.

283. JOHN8 TATE (ELIZA JANE7 BURDINE, JOHN T.6, HENRY DICKENSON5, NANCY MARTHA4 DICKENSON, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1) was born 1877, and died 1962. He married ADA JESSEE, daughter of EPHRAIM JESSEE and MARY SMITH.

Child of JOHN TATE and ADA JESSEE is:
i. LELAND BURINE9 TATE, d. Aft. 1975, Blacksburg, VA.

284. CHARLIE GOSE8 DICKENSON (WADE THOMAS7, NOAH C.6, CHARLES CARRELL5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married HOPE OSBORNE.

Children of CHARLIE DICKENSON and HOPE OSBORNE are:
i. JAMES WADE9 DICKENSON.
ii. CHARLES GOSE JR. DICKENSON.
iii. MARY DICKENSON.
iv. NANCY DICKENSON.

285. OLIVE8 SHOEMAKER (BESSIE7 DICKENSON, CHARLIE6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married BLAINE BOTTOM.

Children of OLIVE SHOEMAKER and BLAINE BOTTOM are:
i. ROBERT9 BOTTOM.
ii. VIRGINIA BOTTOM.

286. CHARLOTTE8 SHOEMAKER (BESSIE7 DICKENSON, CHARLIE6, NATHAN E.5, HENRY LLL4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married EARL BANNER.

Children of CHARLOTTE SHOEMAKER and EARL BANNER are:
i. EMMA9 BANNER, m. HARDING SHON (?).
ii. STELLA (?) BANNER.
iii. ELIZABETH BANNER.
iv. SOHN (JOHN?) BANNER.

287. JAMES8 DICKENSON (FELIX7, JAMES MARSHALL6, JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). He married LYNNE WILLIAMS.

Children of JAMES DICKENSON and LYNNE WILLIAMS are:
i. JAMES F. JR.9 DICKENSON.
ii. GREGORY W. DICKENSON.
iii. (UNINTEL.) D. DICKENSON.
iv. JENNIFER A.(?) DICKENSON.

288. EUGENIA8 DICKENSON (FELIX7, JAMES MARSHALL6, JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married ROBERT DOSTON(?).

Children of EUGENIA DICKENSON and ROBERT DOSTON(?) are:
i. ROBERT E. JR.9 DOSTON(?).
ii. JAMES DOSTON(?).
iii. (UNINTEL.) DOSTON(?).

289. ROSALIN8 DICKENSON (FELIX7, JAMES MARSHALL6, JAMES HENRY5, JAMES A.4, HENRY JR.3 DICKERSON, HENRY SR.2 DICKENSON, THOMAS1). She married PAUL BARTIN.

Child of ROSALIN DICKENSON and PAUL BARTIN is:
i. EMILY9 BARTIN, m. ROY LITTLE.

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