HURST



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1. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

Living next married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

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2. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

1       iii.  Living

         iv.  Living


3. Living

Living married Living



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4. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

2         i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.   Larry Don Hurst (born on 2 Mar 1952 Ringling OK. - died in 1997 in Dixie Cemetary Pinto OK.)

       viii.   Beverly Susan (Baby Susie) Hurst (born on 15 Apr 1954 Pinto Okla. - died on 14 Apr 1982 in Duncan Okla.)


5. Living

Living married Living

6. William Arthur Bryant, son of Arthur Marcus Bryant and Mary Emma Land , was born on 23 Dec 1919, died on 21 Jun 2002, at age 82, and was buried on 23 Jun 2002 in Hewitt Cemetery, Wilson, Carter Co. Ok. Another name for William was Bigun.

General Notes: William A. "Bill"
Bryant
Services for William A.
"Bill" Bryant, 82, were held
Friday, June 21, at Craddock
Memorial Chapel, with Rev.
Harvey White officiating.
Interment followed at Hewitt
Cemetery.
Mr. Bryant was born Dec-
ember 23, 1919, at Hewitt, to
Arthur Marcus and Mary
Land Bryant. He died June
18,2002, at a local health care
facility.
Mr. Bryant was a resident
of the Ardmore area for the
past 24 years. He was a retired
truck driver for Bell Station
Gas Company and a member
of the Stobtown Freewill Bap-
tist Church. He and Frieda K.
Minderman were married
June 7, 1952, in Henrietta,
Texas.
Preceding him in death
were his parents; a sister, Opal
Carr; a brother, Clifford Bry-
ant; a daughter, Billie John-
son; and a grandson.
Survivors include his wife,
Ardmore; four daughters,
Jeannie Bryant of Portland,
Oregan, Lois Ellen Jordan,
Fort Worth, Texas, Martha
Hurst and her husband, Glenn,
Loco, and Beverly Ellyson,
of Ardmore; two sons. Jerry
Bryant, and Ron Bryant, both
of Ardmore.
Bearers were Mike How-
ard, Bruce Loard, Ronnie
Dennis, R.J. Teague, Bob
Hurt, Jerry Chancellor and
Billy Jack Ward.
Craddock Funeral Home
directed services.

Noted events in his life were:

Illness: Bone cancer.

William married Peggy Jean Dickenson in 1948.

Children from this marriage were:

3         i.  Living

William next married Living

William next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

William next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living


7. Peggy Jean Dickenson, daughter of Claude Victor Dickenson and Bonnie Marie Carroll , was born in Nov 1930, died in Nov 1962 in Velma OK, at age 32, and was buried in Ringling OK.

Peggy married William Arthur Bryant in 1948.

Peggy next married Jack Franklin James in 1951. Jack was born in 1923, died on 12 May 1995 in Ringling OK, Jefferson Co, at age 72, and was buried in Ringling OK. Jefferson Co, Jefferson Co.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living




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8. Garrett Norvel Hurst, son of Garrett Hurst and Miranda Nikotie Quesenberry , was born on 15 Sep 1868 in Gainsville Cook Co TX. and died in 1923 in Cederidge Colorado, at age 55.

Garrett married Della Texas Stevens on 6 Jan 1889.

Children from this marriage were:

4         i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.   Jasper Fleet Hurst (born on 14 Sep 1895 Woodbine, Cook Co. TX. - died in 1941 in Mancos Co.)

          v.  Living

         vi.   Willis Z Hurst (born on 14 Jan 1904 - died on 8 Mar 1923 in Cederedge Co.)

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.   Ethel M Hurst (born on 9 Jun 1897 Woodbine, Cook Co. TX. - died on 1 Mar 1899 , buried in Orr Okla)


9. Della Texas Stevens, daughter of Jasper Fleet Cooper Stevens and Martha Jane (Mattie) Simpson , was born on 1 Aug 1873 in Alabama and died on 13 Apr 1964 in Pinto Okla. Stephens Co, at age 90.

Della married Garrett Norvel Hurst on 6 Jan 1889.

10. Frank H Muse, son of Charles A Muse and Fannie Woodhouse , was born on 6 Jul 1892 in Clarendon Texas and died on 1 Aug 1949 in Snyder Okla. Kiowa Co., at age 57.

Frank married Bertha B Butts on 2 Jan 1913.

Children from this marriage were:

5         i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living


11. Bertha B Butts, daughter of John Henry Butts and Maryan Crawford , was born on 14 Feb 1894 in Coal Hill Ark and died on 11 Mar 1924 in Kiowa Co. Okla., at age 30.

Bertha married Frank H Muse on 2 Jan 1913.

12. Arthur Marcus Bryant, son of William (Billy) Edward Bryant and Sarah Catherine Tanksley , was born in 1891 in Snow Ball Ark., died in 1970 in Buried At Hewitt Cemetary Wils, at age 79, and was buried in Wilson Okla.

Arthur married Mary Emma Land in 1913 around Waurika Okla.

Children from this marriage were:

6         i.   William Arthur Bryant (born on 23 Dec 1919 - died on 21 Jun 2002 , buried in Hewitt Cemetery, Wilson, Carter Co. Ok)

         ii.  Living


13. Mary Emma Land, daughter of William David Land and Mary A Burton , was born on 5 Jan 1884 in Chikala Mountain Ark, died on 3 Jan 1978 in Ardmore Okla., at age 93, and was buried in 1978 in Wilson Okla.

Mary married Living

Mary next married Arthur Marcus Bryant .

14. Claude Victor Dickenson, son of Living and Catherine Francis Biss , was born on 7 Nov 1899 in Lewellen Nebraska and died in 1963 in Willow Springs MO., at age 64.

Claude married Bonnie Marie Carroll in 1930.

Children from this marriage were:

7         i.   Peggy Jean Dickenson (born in Nov 1930 - died in Nov 1962 in Velma OK)


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15. Bonnie Marie Carroll, daughter of Elijah Roberson Carroll and Ada Belle Sikes , was born on 19 Apr 1912 in Vanzandt Co. TX and died in 1966, at age 54.

Bonnie married Claude Victor Dickenson in 1930.

Bonnie next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Charlie Robert Gear (born on 3 Aug 1944 Healdton Okla. - died in 1984)

         iv.   Marvin Cortez Jr Gear (born on 21 Jun 1952 Healdton OK. Carter Co - died in 1973)




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16. Garrett Hurst, son of Samuel Hurst and Virginia Breeding , was born on 25 Aug 1845 in Gainsville Cook Co TX. and died on 17 Dec 1936 in Woodbine Cook Co TX, at age 91.

Garrett married Miranda Nikotie Quesenberry in Cooke Co Texas.

Children from this marriage were:

8         i.   Garrett Norvel Hurst (born on 15 Sep 1868 Gainsville Cook Co TX. - died in 1923 in Cederidge Colorado)

         ii.   Samaria Elizabeth Hurst (born on 8 Mar 1867 Pulaski, Virginia)

        iii.   Ingram Hurst (born on 10 Aug 1870 Pulaski, Virginia)

         iv.   Charity Hurst (born on 14 Aug 1873 Woodbine Cook Co TX)

          v.   Mary Emily Belle Hurst (born on 4 Apr 1876 Woodbine, Cook Co. TX.)

         vi.   Carlie Casandra Hurst (born on 21 Mar 1880 Woodbine, Cook Co. TX.)

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living


17. Miranda Nikotie Quesenberry, daughter of Living and Euphemia Breeding , was born on 15 Jan 1843 and died on 21 Feb 1907 in Gainsville Cook Co TX., at age 64.

Miranda married Garrett Hurst in Cooke Co Texas.

Miranda next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   John William Jr. Clark (born after 1861)


18. Jasper Fleet Cooper Stevens was born on 20 Nov 1844 in Alabama, died in Jefferson Co. OK., and was buried in Cornish Cemetery, Jefferson Co. OK.

Jasper married Martha Jane (Mattie) Simpson in 1867 in Alabama.

Children from this marriage were:

9         i.   Della Texas Stevens (born on 1 Aug 1873 Alabama - died on 13 Apr 1964 in Pinto Okla. Stephens Co)

         ii.   Cecilia Ann Stevens (born on 9 Dec 1867 Alabama - died on 30 Jun 1930 in Nocona Texas)

        iii.   Elizia Malissa Stevens (born on 30 Aug 1869 Alabama - died on 22 Oct 1957 in Gainsville TX.)

         iv.   Jeptha Stevens (born on 15 Jun 1871 Alabama - died on 15 Jun 1871)

Jasper next married Beuna Vesta Rosseau on 2 Oct 1877 in Henderson Texas. Beuna was born on 15 May 1847 in Henderson Texas and died on 23 May 1925 in Jefferson Co Ringling OK., at age 78.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.   Beuna Mae Stevens (born on 20 May 1884 Henderson Texas - died on 19 May 1961 in Okla City)


19. Martha Jane (Mattie) Simpson was born on 2 May 1846 in Alabama and died in 1875 in Alabama, at age 29.

Martha married Jasper Fleet Cooper Stevens in 1867 in Alabama.

20. Charles A Muse, son of Living and Caroline Watson , was born in 1860 in Travis Co. TX., died in Roswell N.M., and was buried in Gotebo OK. Kiowa Co.

Charles married Fannie Woodhouse .

Children from this marriage were:

10        i.   Frank H Muse (born on 6 Jul 1892 Clarendon Texas - died on 1 Aug 1949 in Snyder Okla. Kiowa Co.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Jackson Muse (born in Phoenix AZ - buried in Gotebo OK. Kiowa Co)

         iv.   Ulva Muse (born in Roswell N.M. - buried in Gotebo OK. Kiowa Co)

          v.   Bernice Muse (buried in 192 in Gotebo OK. Kiowa Co)

         vi.   Robert Dale Muse (born in Roswell N.M. - buried in Gotebo OK. Kiowa Co)


21. Fannie Woodhouse, daughter of Living and Sarah Gertrude Owen , was born in 1887, died in Chandler AZ., and was buried in Gotebo OK. Kiowa Co.

Fannie married Charles A Muse .

22. John Henry Butts, son of Thompson Ray Butts and Isabelle Grider , was born on 5 Apr 1857 in Johnson Co. Ark, died on 16 Mar 1927 in Asher OK. Pottowatomie Co, at age 69, and was buried on 16 Mar 1927 in Wanette OK.

General Notes:
1880 census
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John BUTTS Self M Male W 22 AR Farmer TN TN
Maryann BUTTS Wife M Female W 22 TN Keeping House TN TN
Noah M. BUTTS Son S Male W 4 AR AR TN
Harry T. BUTTS Son S Male W 2 AR AR TN
Truman BUTTS Son S Male W 7M AR AR TN


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Source Information:
Census Place Grant, Johnson, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254048
NA Film Number T9-0048
Page Number

John married Maryan Crawford on 13 Feb 1876 in Johnson Co Ark.

Children from this marriage were:

11        i.   Bertha B Butts (born on 14 Feb 1894 Coal Hill Ark - died on 11 Mar 1924 in Kiowa Co. Okla.)

         ii.   Noah Moses Butts (born on 12 Mar 1876 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 29 Jul 1965)

        iii.   Horace Thompson Butts (born on 14 Mar 1878 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 4 May 1952)

         iv.   Truman Woodley Butts (born on 31 Oct 1879 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark)

          v.   Robert Wiley Butts (born on 7 Mar 1881 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died in 1884)

         vi.   Martha Alzora Butts (born on 12 Apr 1883 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 12 May 1977)

        vii.   Arch Howell Butts (born on 2 Jun 1885 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 14 May 1950)

       viii.   Laura Isabelle Butts (born on 12 Mar 1886 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 12 Nov 1908)

         ix.   John Henry Butts (born on 25 Dec 1888 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 22 May 1956 in Asher Okla.)

          x.   Alice Carol Butts (born on 7 Dec 1890 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 19 Jan 1978)

         xi.   Barnette Crawford Butts (born on 5 Apr 1892 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 23 Jan 1968)

        xii.   Aimee Jean Butts (born on 16 Mar 1896 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died in 1995)

       xiii.   Arthur Butts (born on 11 Jul 1896 Coal Hill Johnson Co. Ark - died on 26 Sep 1899)

        xiv.  Living


23. Maryan Crawford, daughter of Barnett Crawford and Charity Arthur , was born on 12 Sep 1857 in Jackson Tenn, died on 23 May 1934, at age 76, and was buried in Avoca OK.

Maryan married John Henry Butts on 13 Feb 1876 in Johnson Co Ark.

24. William (Billy) Edward Bryant, son of William A Bryan and Elizabeth Fox , was born on 8 Apr 1866, died on 13 Jan 1949 in Wilson Okla, at age 82, and was buried in 1949 in Hewitt Cemetery, Wilson, Carter Co. Ok.

General Notes: The family is living in Mt. Pleasant Twp. Searcy Co. Ark in the 1900 census owned farm (54 acres)
Searcy County Court records July 6-9 1898 Settlement W. E. bryant Constabel of Mt. Pleasant Twp. jan 7 1899 ordered by the court to receive $3.00 for reviewing road.
Article in the Marshall mountain Wave, Feb. 1898W.E. Bryant and G.W. Nations called on the Wave. (newspaper in Marshall Ark. Searcy Co.)

he was a Blacksmith

W.E. Was a minor when his father died in 1868 in Crawford Co. Mo. Samuel Woods was appointed "Curator" for the estate. There were proceedings before the court in Crawford Co.for several years bothe for W.E.( Billy) as well as his mother Elizabeth. Samuel Woods died before everything was finalized.
Perry Bryant believes his grandfather Samuel Woods Bryant is named after Samuel Woods.
According to Lois Bryant Hendricks ( Billys daughter) the family moved from Arkansas to Gans, Ok.Billy was a Pastor in a church there.The family moved to Wilson Ok. about 1915- 1916 where Billy had a Blacksmith shop.
Marriage records; W. E. Bryan of Snowball (24) married Sarah Catherine Tanksley (15) of Point Peter Nov. 10 1899 in Searcy Co. Ark. Faney Gamblin gave permission and D.S. Tipton was security.
In 1890 Searcy Co. records a W.E. Bryant was taxed 2.17, personl tax on 3 cattle

Noted events in his life were:

Medical: Death certificate State file # 00112Died in Carter Co. Okla in the city of Wilson
age 82 9months and 5 days
Occupation --Blacksmith Birthplace Missouri
Informant S(arah) C(atherine) Bryant
cause of death Cancer of the stomach
attending Dr. John Tidmore
Harvey Funeral Home

William married Sarah Catherine Tanksley on 10 Nov 1889 in Marshall, Searcy Co. Ark.

Children from this marriage were:

12        i.   Arthur Marcus Bryant (born in 1891 Snow Ball Ark. - died in 1970 in Buried At Hewitt Cemetary Wils)

         ii.   Alton Tidmore Bryant (born on 11 Jan 1917 - died on 3 Jul 1989)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.   Roy Bryant (born on 1 Apr 1896 - died on 11 Jan 1972 , buried in Wilson Okla)


 
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25. Sarah Catherine Tanksley, daughter of Jesse Tanksley/Tankersley and Living , was born on 14 Mar 1876 in Woodville Ark, died on 4 Feb 1952, at age 75, and was buried hewitt Cemetary Wilson Okla.

Noted events in her life were:

Illness: Death Certificate
Obstructive Jaundice caused by Cholocystitis
Surgery was performed 2/3/1952 died at 3:30 am 2/4/1852

Sarah married William (Billy) Edward Bryant on 10 Nov 1889 in Marshall, Searcy Co. Ark.

Sarah next married Living


26. William David Land, son of James Madison Land and Living , was born on 25 Nov 1856 in Arkansas, died on 17 Jun 1887, at age 30, and was buried in Yell Co.Ark.

General Notes: <1858> Birthplace AR Age 22 Occupation Farming Marital Status M <Married> Race W <White> Head of Household William D. LAND Relation Self Father's Birthplace SC Mother's Birthplace GA

Source Information: Census Place Mountain, Yell, Arkansas Family History Library Film 1254060 >
1880 census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William D. LAND Self M Male W 22 AR Farming SC GA
Mary A. LAND Wife M Female W 26 AR Keeping House TN TN
Eliza E. BURTON SDau S Female W 5 AR AL AR
James M. LAND Son S Male W 2 AR AR AR
John W. D. LAND Son S Male W 11M AR AR AR

Source Information:
Census Place Mountain, Yell, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254060 <../../library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=filmhitlist&columns=*%2C180%2C0&filmno=1254060>
NA Film Number T9-0060
Page Number 362D

William married Mary A Burton on 4 Feb 1877 in Yell Co Arkansas.

Children from this marriage were:

13        i.   Mary Emma Land (born on 5 Jan 1884 Chikala Mountain Ark - died on 3 Jan 1978 in Ardmore Okla.)

         ii.   James Madison Thomas Joshua Land (born on 2 May 1878 Beelville, Yell Co. Ark - died on 13 Jun 1966 in Danville, Yell Co. Ark)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.   John W D Land (born on 30 Jun 1879 Yell Co Arkansas - died on 28 Apr 1895 , buried in Yell Co. Ark)

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living


27. Mary A Burton was born on 17 Oct 1853 in Arkansas.

Mary married William David Land on 4 Feb 1877 in Yell Co Arkansas.

28. Living

Living married Catherine Francis Biss .

Children from this marriage were:

14        i.   Claude Victor Dickenson (born on 7 Nov 1899 Lewellen Nebraska - died in 1963 in Willow Springs MO.)

         ii.   William J Dickenson (born on 29 Mar 1902 Wala Wala Washington - died in 1984 in North Platte, Lincoln Co. NE.)


 
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29. Catherine Francis Biss, daughter of Henry Randall Biss and Emily Bartlebaugh , was born on 30 Oct 1879 in Wilgus Pennsylvania.

Catherine married Living

Catherine next married Living

Catherine next married Living


30. Elijah Roberson Carroll, son of Jason J. Carroll and Joanna M Kuykendall , was born on 5 Aug 1881 in Vanzandt Co. TX. and died in Feb 1962 in Ringling Okla. Jefferson Co., at age 80.

Elijah married Ada Belle Sikes in Van Zandt Co TX.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   A B (Pete) Carroll (born on 23 Jul 1915 Grand Saline TX - buried healdton Ok)

         ii.   Mason Mack Carroll (born on 22 Mar 1908 Grandsaline TX. Vanzandt Co. T - died on 28 Sep 1978 in Sand Flat Cemetary Grand Salin)

        iii.   Leroy (Buddy) Carroll (born on 10 Mar 1910 Grandsaline TX. - died on 30 Apr 1969 in Ringling Cemetary Jefferson Co)

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

15      vii.   Bonnie Marie Carroll (born on 19 Apr 1912 Vanzandt Co. TX - died in 1966)


31. Ada Belle Sikes, daughter of Lodic Sikes and James Sara Ellison , was born on 16 Jul 1887 in Delta Co. TX. and died on 15 Aug 1980 in Ringling Cemetary Ringling OK., at age 93.

Ada married Elijah Roberson Carroll in Van Zandt Co TX.



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32. Samuel Hurst, son of John Hurst and Living , was born on 25 Jan 1820 and died on 24 Dec 1895, at age 75.

General Notes:
1880 census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Samuel HURST Self M Male W 60 VA Farmer TN TN
Virginia HURST Wife M Female W 57 VA Keeps House VA VA
Jackson HURST Son M Male W 28 TN Wks On Farm VA VA
Maggie HURST DauL M Female W 19 VA VA VA
Albert HURST Son S Male W 12 VA Wks On Farm VA VA


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Source Information:
Census Place Newbern, Pulaski, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255386
NA Film Number T9-1386
Page Number 275D

Samuel married Virginia Breeding on 14 Nov 1840.

Children from this marriage were:

16        i.   Garrett Hurst (born on 25 Aug 1845 Gainsville Cook Co TX. - died on 17 Dec 1936 in Woodbine Cook Co TX)

         ii.   Ephana Hurst (born on 19 Oct 1841)

        iii.   William Hurst (born on 16 Nov 1842)

         iv.   Estell Hurst (born on 14 Mar 1848)

          v.   Jackson Hurst (born on 17 Aug 1851)

         vi.   Milton Hurst (born on 13 Jan 1854)

        vii.   Samuel Jr Hurst (born on 21 May 1856 Tenn)

       viii.   Virginia Samaria Hurst (born on 12 Aug 1859)

         ix.   John Hurst (born on 20 Feb 1863)

          x.   Sterling Hurst (born on 20 Feb 1863)

         xi.   Albert M Hurst (born on 13 Jan 1867)


33. Virginia Breeding, daughter of Living and Charity Fugate , was born on 23 Jan 1823 and died on 6 Jan 1909, at age 85.

Virginia married Samuel Hurst on 14 Nov 1840.

34. Living

Living married Euphemia Breeding .

Children from this marriage were:

17        i.   Miranda Nikotie Quesenberry (born on 15 Jan 1843 - died on 21 Feb 1907 in Gainsville Cook Co TX.)

         ii.   Virginia S Quesenberry (born in 1841)

        iii.   William J Quesenberry (born in 1845)

         iv.   Cloyd (Asa) Quesenberry (died on 28 Sep 1938 in Carroll Co Virginia)

          v.   Casandra B (Cassie) Quesenberry (born in 1854)

         vi.   James Ing Quesenberry (born in 1858 - died in 1937 in Indian Valley Carroll Co. Virg)

        vii.   Rosabel (Bell) Quesenberry (born in 1860)


35. Euphemia Breeding, daughter of Living and Charity Fugate , was born in 1822 in Pulaski Co Virginia.

Euphemia married Living

36. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

18        i.   Jasper Fleet Cooper Stevens (born on 20 Nov 1844 Alabama - , died in Jefferson Co. OK.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living

         xi.  Living


37. Living

Living married Living

40. Living

Living married Caroline Watson .

Children from this marriage were:

20        i.   Charles A Muse (born in 1860 Travis Co. TX. - , died in Roswell N.M.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living


41. Caroline Watson was born on 4 Oct 1836 in Kentucky and died on 5 Jan 1918 in Farmersville, Collin Co. Tx., at age 81.

Caroline married Living

42. Living

Living married Sarah Gertrude Owen .

Children from this marriage were:

21        i.   Fannie Woodhouse (born in 1887 - , died in Chandler AZ.)

         ii.   May Woodhouse (born in 1862)

        iii.   Ida Woodhouse (born in 1864 - died in 1892 in Fannin Co. Texas)

         iv.   Ola Woodhouse (born in 1870 - died on 26 Aug 1904 in Forest Hill Cemetary Lamar Co)

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living


43. Sarah Gertrude Owen, daughter of Living and Elizabeth Ann Mcclendon , was born on 6 Feb 1839 in Pike Co Georgia.

Sarah married Living

44. Thompson Ray Butts, son of Living and Parmelia Jane Grace , was born in 1828 in Johnson Co. Ark and died in 1860, at age 32.

Thompson married Isabelle Grider .

Children from this marriage were:

22        i.   John Henry Butts (born on 5 Apr 1857 Johnson Co. Ark - died on 16 Mar 1927 in Asher OK. Pottowatomie Co)

         ii.   Amanda Butts (born in 1850)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living


45. Isabelle Grider was born on 1 Apr 1829 in Springfield Illinoise and died in 1872, at age 43.

Isabelle married Thompson Ray Butts .

46. Barnett Crawford, son of Thomas Crawford and Pricella (Presahah) Barnett , was born on 26 Apr 1836 in Polk Co. Tenn. and died in 1860 in Ozark Ark., at age 24.

Barnett married Charity Arthur .

Children from this marriage were:

23        i.   Maryan Crawford (born on 12 Sep 1857 Jackson Tenn - died on 23 May 1934 , buried in Avoca OK.)

         ii.   Martha Jane Crawford (born on 6 Dec 1855)

        iii.   Rebecca Elizabeth Crawford (born on 11 Jun 1861)

         iv.   John Crawford (born on 21 Feb 1863)

          v.   Arena Crawford (born on 20 Sep 1866)

         vi.   Robert Crawford (born on 22 Sep 1868)

        vii.   Minerva Crawford (born on 4 Aug 1871)

       viii.   Olivia Crawford (born on 4 Apr 1876)

         ix.   Sidney Crawford (born on 28 Sep 1877)

          x.  Living


47. Charity Arthur, daughter of Lewis Arthur(Arther) and Living , was born in 1840 in Georgia.

Charity married Barnett Crawford .
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48. William A Bryan was born in 1799-1800 in North Carolina and died cir 1868 in Crawford Co. Missouri, at age 69.

General Notes: According to the 1850 Dent Co. Mo. Census William was 50 born in North Carolina
Mahala was 47 born in Ga.


Marriage book A Dent Co. Missouri. William A Bryan to Elizabeth Fox
2nd marriage

Last Will and Testament of William A Bryan of Crawford Co. State of Missouri.
In the name of God Amen, I William A Bryan of the county of Crawford and state of Missouri, being in bad health of body and of sound mind and disposing mind, memory. Praised be God for the same and being desirous of settling my worldly affairs while I have strength and capacity So to do, make and publish this my last will and Testament that is to say.:\line\line 1st I will and bequeath to my wife Elizabeth Bryan my Bay Mare and side saddle,togeather with all my household and Kitchen furniture., also my--------?--------? cattle, hogs, while the said Elizabeth Bryan remains my widow.But if she should marry then this property to go to mine and my wifes, Elizabeth two minor children William E and Sarah Emeline Bryan.\line\line 2nd I will and bequeath to my son William E Bryan my gray filly and saddle.\line\line 3rd I will and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Emeline Bryan the sum of ten dollars.\line\line 4th I will and bequeath to the heirs of my eldest daughter Julia?-------in addition to what I have already given her the sum of ten dollars..\line\line 5th I will and bequeath to the heirs of my son Joel Bryan in addition to what I have hereto fore given him the sum of ten dollars.\line\line 6th I will and bequeath to my daughter-Louisa Andrews ( Andrues) ?almost unreadable in addition to what I have already given her the sum of $10.00\line\line 7th I will and bequeath to my daughter _Mary Ann Pyatt in addition to what I have given her the sum of $5.00\line\line 8th I will and bequeath to my daughter Emily Duke in addition to what I have already given her the sum of $5.00\line\line 9th I will and bequeath to my son John Bryan in addition to what I have already given him the sum of $5.00\line\line 10th I will and bequeath to my son James Bryan in addition to what I have already given him the sum of $5.00\line\line 11th I will and bequeath that my debts and funeral expenses be paid and that the remainder of my estate, both Realestate and personal or ------ or\line of money and effects not before herin disposed of be sold and equally devided between all my children including my wife Elizabeth Bryan.\line\line 12th I do hereby constitute and appoint, William ? Chapman of Crawford Co. state of Missouri my sole Executor or of this my Last Will and Testament . In testamony where of I have set my hand and seal at Crawford Co.aforsaid on this 19th day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty Seven.\line William A Bryan seal\line\line\line\line Signed and sealed by said William A Bryan as and for his last will and Testament in the presence of us\line who in his presence and in presence of each other, and at his ---------? have -------------? to subribed our names as witnesses: Fredrick--------------? Molesdali???\line\line Robert----? ____________? Coleman??\line\line\line State of Missouri\line County of Crawford In Vacation of the Probate Court\line\line\line ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\line Be it remembered that on this 31st day of March 1868, personally appeared before the undersigned Wm. M Robinson Clerk of the Probate Court . of the county and state, aforesaid Fredrick ________( Mobsdale/Molesdale)? and Robert H Coleman, the subscribing witnesses to the aforesaid Will of William A Bryan, and being by me- first duly sworn depose ans say that the said William A Bryan the Testor, subscribed the same in their presence and published the said will or instrument of writing as his last Will, that he the said Testor was at the time of the publishing his said will , of sound mind and more than twenty over years of age, and that they the said _____?________?an that the said will as witnesses heret o by subscribing their names to the same in the presence of said Testor\line\line Fredrick Molesdale\line R H Coleman\line\line In witness hereo I Wm M Robison clerk of the Probsate Court, of the County of Crawford state of aforesaid\line have hereto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said court, at office in the County aforesaid\line This 31st day of March 1868.\line\line Wm, M Robison, clerk\line\line Filed March 31st , 1868 and duly recorded April 3rd 1868 Wm H Robison

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Research Notes: The parents of William are not proven. According to research I believe this is the correct parentage.

William married Elizabeth Fox on 4 Jun 1863 in Dent Co. Mo.

Children from this marriage were:

24        i.   William (Billy) Edward Bryant (born on 8 Apr 1866 - died on 13 Jan 1949 in Wilson Okla)

         ii.   Sarah Emeline Bryant (born in 1866 Crawford Co. Missouri - died in May 1935 in Boswell Choctaw Co Okla)

        iii.   Samuel W Bryant (born on 15 Feb 1869 Crawford Co. Missouri - died on 9 Jun 1946 in Muldrow, Sequoyah Co. Ok.)

         iv.   Jesse Bryant (born in 1867 Missouri)

William next married Mahalia .

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Louisa Bryant-Bryan (born on 1 Sep 1832 - died on 17 May 1913 in Earney Cem. Crawford Co. Mo)

         ii.   James Bryant-Bryan (born in Nov 1845 Crawford Co. Missouri)

        iii.   Julia Bryant-Bryan (born in 1826 Crawford Co. Missouri)

         iv.   John Bryant-Bryan (born in Apr 1844 Crawford Co. Missouri)

          v.   Mary E.A. Bryant-Bryan (born on 16 Feb 1836 - died in 1920)

         vi.   Joel C Bryant-Bryan (born in 1828 Georgia)

        vii.  Living


49. Elizabeth Fox was born cir 1844 in Gibson Co. Tn.

General Notes:
1880 census
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Wm H H BRAZZEAL Self M Male W 33 IL Farmer NY NY
Elyzabeth BRAZZEAL Wife M Female W 36 TN Keeping House KY KY
Wm E BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 16 MO Farm Laborer --- TN
Sarah E BRAZZEAL Dau S Female W 14 MO At Home --- TN
Jess F BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 10 MO Farm Laborer IL TN
Samuel W BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 8 MO At Home IL TN
Rustia E BRAZZEAL Dau S Female W 5 MO At Home IL TN
Henry T BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 3 AR At Home IL TN
Harrey H BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 1 AR At Home IL TN


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Source Information:
Census Place Mount Pleasant, Searcy, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254056
NA Film Number T9-0056
Page Number 501A

Elizabeth married William A Bryan on 4 Jun 1863 in Dent Co. Mo.

Elizabeth next married William H. H. Brazzeal Brazell . William was born in 1846 in Illinois.

General Notes: Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Wm H H BRAZZEAL Self M Male W 33 IL Farmer NY NY
Elyzabeth BRAZZEAL Wife M Female W 36 TN Keeping House KY KY
Wm E BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 16 MO Farm Laborer --- TN
Sarah E BRAZZEAL Dau S Female W 14 MO At Home --- TN
Jess F BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 10 MO Farm Laborer IL TN
Samuel W BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 8 MO At Home IL TN
Rustia E BRAZZEAL Dau S Female W 5 MO At Home IL TN
Henry T BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 3 AR At Home IL TN
Harrey H BRAZZEAL Son S Male W 1 AR At Home IL TN


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Source Information:
Census Place Mount Pleasant, Searcy, Arkansas 1880
Family History Library Film 1254056
NA Film Number T9-0056
Page Number 501A

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Rutha Elizabeth Brazell (born on 14 Mar 1874 Mo. - died on 28 Nov 1959 in Boswell, Choctaw Co. Ok)

Elizabeth next married John J Breese on 12 Jul 1868 in Crawford Co. Missouri. John was born in 1819 in New York.

General Notes: In the 1870 census for Osage Twp., Crawfors Co. Mo. J.J. Bresee (51) born N. Y. is living with Elizabeth (29) born Tn. and 4 children Samuel 7/12mo , born Missouri, William Bryan(6) Born Mo., Sarah Bryan (5) born Mo. Jessie (3)born Mo.

Marriage book Crawford Co. Mo. 1854-1871 Page 266 John J Bressee and Elizabeth Bryant July 12, 1868 at the brides house.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Henry Taylor Breese (born on 30 Jun 1876 Harrison Boon Co. Ark - died on 3 May 1955 in Edmond Ok)

         ii.   Harry Breese (born in Jul 1878 Witts Springs, Searcy Co. Ark. - died on 17 Jul 1912 in Akins, Sequoyah Co. Ok)

        iii.   Walter D Breese (born in 1882 Searcy Co. Ark - died about 1960 in Los. Angeles Ca.)

         iv.   Wilburn Wilson Breese (born on 15 May 1886 - died 140/14/1936 in Vineta Craig Co Okla)

          v.   Wilford Sidney Breese (born on 15 May 1886 Boswell Choctaw Co Okla - died on 14 Oct 1936 in Vineta Craig Co Okla)


50. Jesse Tanksley/Tankersley, son of William Brooks Tankersley Jr. and Mary M Clay , was born in 1834 in Columbia Co. Ga.

General Notes: Roster of Capt JH Echols Company B 9th Ga. Infantry.

Jesse Tankesley Pvt May 1862

Enlisted 6/12/1861 Deserted 1/22/1864 Took oath of allegiance to U.S at Chattanooga Tn on 3/05/1864

Research Notes: Parents of Jesse are not proven.
It is my opinion that this is Jesses parents.

Jesse married Living

Children from this marriage were:

25        i.   Sarah Catherine Tanksley (born on 14 Mar 1876 Woodville Ark - died on 4 Feb 1952)

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Annie Emily Tanksley (born on 19 Jun 1869 - died on 23 Aug 1908 in Wise Co. Tx)


51. Living

Living married Joseph William Gamblin . Joseph was born in 1852.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

Living next married Jesse Tanksley/Tankersley .

General Notes: Roster of Capt JH Echols Company B 9th Ga. Infantry.

Jesse Tankesley Pvt May 1862

Enlisted 6/12/1861 Deserted 1/22/1864 Took oath of allegiance to U.S at Chattanooga Tn on 3/05/1864

Research Notes: Parents of Jesse are not proven.
It is my opinion that this is Jesses parents.


52. James Madison Land was born in 1825 in Possibly S.C.

James married Living

Children from this marriage were:

26        i.   William David Land (born on 25 Nov 1856 Arkansas - died on 17 Jun 1887 , buried in Yell Co.Ark.)

         ii.   Mary Burton Land (born in 1848 Georgia)

        iii.   Richard Thomas Land (born in 1851 Alabama)

         iv.  Living


53. Living

Living married James Madison Land .

58. Henry Randall Biss, son of James Biss and Catherine Randall , was born in 1833 in Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA., died on 3 Feb 1905 in Oshkosh, Garden Co. NE., at age 72, and was buried in Nebraska.

General Notes: Henry ( Harry) was 5'3" tall, with dark complexion. Hazel eyes and auburn hair. this was the information suppleid by him on his enlistment papers into the Civil War in 1864
In the neb. 1900 Census ith shows Harry had remarried after Emily's death. The second wifes name was Theodocia and his children Rachal and George are living in the house with them.

Henry married Emily Bartlebaugh in Indiana Co. PA.

Children from this marriage were:

29        i.   Catherine Francis Biss (born on 30 Oct 1879 Wilgus Pennsylvania)

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Abner Allen Biss (born on 15 Feb 1885 Grant Tw. Cherry Tree, Indiana Co. PA. - died in 1935 in Grants Pass Oregon)

         iv.  Living

          v.   George Benjamin Biss (born on 25 Jul 1889 Imperial, Chase Co. NE. - died on 1 Aug 1945 in Alliance, Box Buttle Co. NE.)

Henry next married Living


59. Emily Bartlebaugh, daughter of Abner C Bartlebaugh and Elizabeth Spicher , was born on 1 May 1849 in Montgomery Township, Indiana Co., PA, died on 8 Sep 1893, at age 44, and was buried in New Hope Cemetery, Imperial, Nebraska.

Emily married Henry Randall Biss in Indiana Co. PA.

60. Jason J. Carroll, son of Jason Carroll and Henrietta (Hettie ) Mcclain , was born on 16 Jul 1851 in Alabama and was buried randlett ok.

General Notes: Allen T. RIGGS Self M Male W 69 NC Farmer NC NC
Eliza A. RIGGS Wife M Female W 65 NC Keeping House NC NC
Benjamon F. RIGGS Son S Male W 27 TN Laborer NC NC
John T. GOOD Other S Male W 22 MS Laborer GA AL
Jason J. CARROLL Other S Male W 26 AL Laborer SC GA


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Source Information:
Census Place E.D. 123, Van Zandt, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255330
NA Film Number T9-1330
Page Number 79A

Jason married Joanna M Kuykendall on 22 Sep 1880 in Vanzandt Co. TX.

Children from this marriage were:

30        i.   Elijah Roberson Carroll (born on 5 Aug 1881 Vanzandt Co. TX. - died in Feb 1962 in Ringling Okla. Jefferson Co.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.   Sadie Carroll (buried randlett Ok)

       viii.  Living


 
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61. Joanna M Kuykendall, daughter of Elijah Robinson Kuykendall and Nancy Ann Bratcher , was born in Oct 1865 in Benton Co Ark and died in 1953 in Ringling Okla. Jefferson Co., at age 88.

Joanna married Jason J. Carroll on 22 Sep 1880 in Vanzandt Co. TX.

62. Lodic Sikes, son of Joseph Sikes and Mary Clementine Acrey , was born on 17 Jan 1864 in Jackson Tenn and died on 17 Nov 1945 in Delta Co. TX., at age 81.

Lodic married James Sara Ellison on 28 Jul 1885 in Delta Co. TX.

Children from this marriage were:

31        i.   Ada Belle Sikes (born on 16 Jul 1887 Delta Co. TX. - died on 15 Aug 1980 in Ringling Cemetary Ringling OK.)

         ii.   Eddie Ambross Sikes (born on 31 Mar 1892 Van Zandt Co TX - died in Oct 1968 in Texarkana TX.)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.   Francis Sikes (born on 26 Jun 1906 Vanzandt Co TX. - died on 16 Jun 1964 in Delta Co.)

         vi.   Catherine Sikes (born on 10 Nov 1901 Vanzandt Co. TX - died on 25 Jun 1933 in Titus Co, TX.)

        vii.   James Thomas Sikes (born on 10 Jan 1904 Vanzandt Co. TX - died in 1970 in Ringling OK. Jefferson Co.)

       viii.  Living

         ix.   Richard Sikes (born on 5 Aug 1908 Van Zandt Co, TX. - died on 6 Sep 1925 in Vanzandt Co TX.)

          x.  Living


63. James Sara Ellison, daughter of Henderson Ellison and Sarah J Meeks , was born on 28 Jan 1869 in Miss. and died on 11 Apr 1945 in Delta Co, TX., at age 76.

James married Lodic Sikes on 28 Jul 1885 in Delta Co. TX.



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64. John Hurst, son of John Hurst and Mary Molly Mccarty , was born in 1794 in Pulaski Co Virginia and died in 1858 in Claiborne Co VA., at age 64.

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

32        i.   Samuel Hurst (born on 25 Jan 1820 - died on 24 Dec 1895)

         ii.   Robert Floyd Hurst (born in 1821)

        iii.   Nancy Hurst (born in 1822)

         iv.   Leroy Hurst (born in 1824)

          v.   Milton Hurst (born in 1826)


65. Living

Living married John Hurst .

66. Living

Living married Charity Fugate .

Children from this marriage were:

33        i.   Virginia Breeding (born on 23 Jan 1823 - died on 6 Jan 1909)

35       ii.   Euphemia Breeding (born in 1822 Pulaski Co Virginia)

        iii.  Living

         iv.   Charity Breeding (born in 1841 Pulaski Co. VA)


67. Charity Fugate, daughter of Francis Fugate and Living , was born in 1804 in Wythe Co. VA.

Charity married Living

68. Fredrick Quesenberry, son of George Quesenberry and Martha Patsy Slinker , was born on 20 Mar 1772 in Bedford Co and died in 1853, at age 81.

Fredrick married Mary Polly(Molly) Phillips on 20 Dec 1793 in Montgomery Co. Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

34        i.  Living

         ii.   Nancy Quesenberry (born in 1793)

        iii.   George S Quesenberry (born in 1800 - died in 1850)

         iv.   Jane Quesenberry (born in 1808)

          v.   Tobias Quesenberry (born in 1809)

         vi.   William Quesenberry (born in 1810)


69. Mary Polly(Molly) Phillips, daughter of Tobias Phillips and Margaret Peggy Jennings , was born in 1776 and died after 1815.

Mary married Fredrick Quesenberry on 20 Dec 1793 in Montgomery Co. Virginia.

70. Living

71. Charity Fugate, daughter of Francis Fugate and Living , was born in 1804 in Wythe Co. VA.

72. Theophilus Stevens died on 16 Jun 1857 in Chambers Co Ala.

Theophilus married Living

Children from this marriage were:

36        i.  Living


73. Living

Living married Theophilus Stevens .

74. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

37        i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living

         xi.  Living


75. Living

Living married Living

80. Jacob C Muse, son of Living and Joice Hill , was born in 1806 in Moore Co North Carolina and died on 19 Nov 1869 in Saline Co. Ark., at age 63.

Jacob married Ruth Cain .

Children from this marriage were:

40        i.  Living

         ii.   Hymenus B Muse (born in 1840 Hot Spring Co. Ark.)

        iii.   Sarah Muse (born in 1830 McMinn Co Tenn)


81. Ruth Cain was born in 1807 in Tenn and died Sept. 1864 in Travis Co. TX., at age 57.

Ruth married Jacob C Muse .

82. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

41        i.   Caroline Watson (born on 4 Oct 1836 Kentucky - died on 5 Jan 1918 in Farmersville, Collin Co. Tx.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living


83. Living

Living married Living

84. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

42        i.  Living

Living married Living


86. Living

Living married Elizabeth Ann Mcclendon .

Children from this marriage were:

43        i.   Sarah Gertrude Owen (born on 6 Feb 1839 Pike Co Georgia)

         ii.   Robert F Owen (born in 1842 Russell Co, Ala. - buried in Hony Grove Texas)

        iii.   Laura Owen (born in 1844 Alabama)

         iv.   Mary Elizabeth Owen (born on 16 Jun 1846 Russell Co, Ala.)

          v.  Living

         vi.   Flora Lorinda Owen (born in 1848 Mississippi)

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.   Fredrick William Owen (born in 1859 Mississippi)


87. Elizabeth Ann Mcclendon was born on 11 Nov 1818.

Elizabeth married Living

88. Living

Living married Parmelia Jane Grace .

Children from this marriage were:

44        i.   Thompson Ray Butts (born in 1828 Johnson Co. Ark - died in 1860)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living


89. Parmelia Jane Grace was born in 1806 in Jackson Tenn.

Parmelia married Living

90. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

45        i.   Isabelle Grider (born on 1 Apr 1829 Springfield Illinoise - died in 1872)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living


91. Living

Living married Living

92. Thomas Crawford was born on 8 Nov 1788 and died on 14 Jun 1810, at age 21.

Thomas married Pricella (Presahah) Barnett .

Children from this marriage were:

46        i.   Barnett Crawford (born on 26 Apr 1836 Polk Co. Tenn. - died in 1860 in Ozark Ark.)

         ii.   Agatha Crawford (born on 30 Mar 1811)

        iii.   George Crawford (born on 15 Jan 1813)

         iv.   William Crawford (born on 19 Nov 1814)

          v.   Thomas Crawford (born on 12 Apr 1817)

         vi.   Nancy Crawford (born on 12 Jun 1819 - died on 14 Jun 1819)

        vii.   Elizabeth Crawford (born on 29 Sep 1820 - died on 6 Aug 1824)

       viii.   Mary Ann Crawford (born on 14 May 1825)

         ix.   Priscilla Crawford (born on 27 Sep 1827)

          x.   Agustine Prier Fore Crawford (born on 27 Aug 1829 McMinn Co Tenn)

         xi.   Caroline Crawford (born on 22 Nov 1831)

        xii.   John Crawford (born on 6 Feb 1834)


93. Pricella (Presahah) Barnett was born in 1795.

Pricella married Thomas Crawford .

94. Lewis Arthur(Arther) was born in 1816 in Georgia ??????.

Lewis married Living

Children from this marriage were:

47        i.   Charity Arthur (born in 1840 Georgia)

Lewis next married Living


95. Living

Living married Lewis Arthur(Arther) .

98. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

49        i.   Elizabeth Fox (born cir 1844 Gibson Co. Tn.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.   James Logan Fox (born in 1840 Gibson Co.Tn)


99. Living

Living married Living

100. William Brooks Tankersley Jr., son of William Brooks Tankersley and Living , was born in 1813 in Columbia Co. Ga and died about 1885 in elbert Co. Ga, about age 72.

General Notes: 1850 Chambers Co. Ala Census
William B. Tanksley Mechanick 37 born in Ga.
Mary 37 " " "
Jesse 16 Ga. Farmer
John 13 Ga.
Eliza 18 Ga.
Robert 11 Ga.
Charles 10 Ga.
Thomas 4 Ga.
Leonidas 3 Ala.

65. William Brooks4 Tankersley, Jr. (William Brooks3, John2, Joseph1) was born Abt. 1813 in Columbia Co., GA, and died Bet. 1880 - 1885 in prob. Elbert Co., GA. He married (1) Mary H. Clay July 07, 1831 in Columbia Co., GA, daughter of Jesse Clay. She was born Abt. 1813 in GA, and died Bet. 1851 - 1859 in prob. Chambers Co., AL. He married (2) Antonette Bullard Pass November 02, 1862 in Elbert County, GA by B.F. Jordan JP. She was born November 1831 in Elbert County, GA, and died Aft. 1880 in prob. Elbert County, GA.

Notes for William Brooks Tankersley, Jr.:
William Brooks Jr. first appeared on the 1840 Columbia County, Ga. census living next to his father.(1) In the Dec. 5, 1845 Augusta Chronicle, p. 3, a Columbia County Sheriff's Sale was announced which included 300 acres adjoining Harris on the south and east, Clay and Tankersly on the north, A.L. Kennedy on the West known as the Gill place. The sale was levied on the property of William B. Tankersly, Jr. to satisfy a mortgage fi. fa. from the Columbia Superior Court at the instance of John Cartledge, plaintiff against William B. Tankersly, defendant. This may be the John Cartledge who married William Jr.'s aunt, Elcy Tankersley. Also three slaves who lived on the property of William B. Jr. were sold to satisfy 2 fi. fas, one from the Inferior Cot of Columbia, from the suit of Juriah Harris and the other from Columbia Superior Court, the suit of Abner P. Robinson, plaintiff against W. B. Jr.

According to the 1850 Chambers County, Alabama census, the family moved to Alabama during the late 1840s.(2) This followed the loss of property in Columbia and may have been the cause of the move. Wm. B. left several records in Chambers County. In 1851 he gave consent for his daughter Eliza Ann to marry Thomas J. Cox.(3) He participated in the incorporation of the town of Fredonia, Alabama on September 29, 1853.(4) In the early 1850s, William was a Fredonia businessman, with a firm called Tankersley and Moon, also known as the "Tanyard." On October 16, 1851, William B. and his partner, Jesse Moon, mortgaged the Tanyard, and in December William was named Trustee for Sarah K. Moon, wife of Jesse, in a sale of property to satisfy Jesse Moon's debts.(5) As described in the notes for Mary Clay Tankersley, Wm. B.'s wife, Jesse Moon was related to the Clays by marriage.

William Jr. is found in the records of three different counties between 1860 and 1880. In 1860, William B. appeared on the Columbia County, Ga. census with his widowed mother, Margaret and children who appear to be his sons: Robert-20, William T.-16 and James-12.(6) His occupation in 1860 was schoolteacher. William B. Tankersley of "Richmond" County sold his inheritance from his aunt, Susan Pace, to George Tankersley in December of 1860.(7) On the 1864 Georgia State census, he was listed in the 29th Senatorial District, 131st Militia District for Columbia County: Tankersley, William B., 51 years, 11 months, farmer, born in Georgia.(8) Following the death of his first wife, he moved to Elberton in Elbert County, Georgia and remarried in 1862, Antonette "Nettie" Bullard Pass, widow of Shelton O. Pass.(9) He was a dry goods merchant and was listed on the 1870 and 1880 census records for that county.(10) In 1870, "William B. Tankersly" petitioned the Elbert County Court of the Ordinary for a license to retail "spirituous liquors" at his store in Fish Dam for the coming year. In 1872 the request read "spirituous liquors in quantities not less than one quart at Smiths Mills." On the 1880 Elbert Co. Census, his age was given as 65 and Antonette was 48. She was the older sister of his son, Leonidas' wife, who also lived in Elberton. No record of William Jr.'s death or burial has been found. In Elbert Co. court records for 1885 and 1889, his second wife Antonette bought land from Rebecca Gunter and sold it to W.B. Adams.(11) William's name was not mentioned, leading to the assumption that he died sometime between 1880-1885. His name is not included in any Elbert County Probate Records for that time period.

Sources: (1) 1840 Columbia Co., Ga. census, District 4, Image 3 of 4, line 9, M704, Roll 39, p. 295.
(2) 1850 Chambers County, AL census, Dwelling/family 109, p. 391.
(3) Marriage Records 1833-1861 of Chambers Co., AL, vol. I (Genealogical Society of East Alabama, Inc., 1974), p. 93.
(4) Lindsey, Bobby L. The Reason For the Tears. A History of Chambers Co., AL 1832-1900, (West Point, Ga.: Hester Printing Co.), 234-235.
(5) Terry Norman Tankersley, "William B. (Brooks) Tankersley, Jr.," The Heritage of Chambers County, AL, (Clanton, AL: Heritage Publ. Consultants, Inc., 1999), p. 284.
(6) 1860 Columbia Co., GA census, Dist. 3&4, Eubanks Post Office, dwelling 23, family 23, p.21-22, Ancestry Image Online 2/90.
(7) Columbia County, GA Deeds, Records & Mortgages, 1860-1868, p. 136.
(8) 1864 Georgia State Census, Baltimore: MD, Genealogy Publishing Co., 2000.
(9)Elbert Co., Georgia Marriages, 1805-1913, Ann C. Holloman, compiler, no publisher, 1989, p. 55.
(10) 1870 Elbert Co., GA census, M593, Roll 148, family #368, p. 231-232 and 1880 Elbert Co., GA census, T-9, Roll 145, ED 20, SD 2, dwelling/family #197, stamped p. 395.
(11) Elbert County, Ga., Records on Microfilm, Clayton Gen. Library, Houston, TX.




Children of William Tankersley and Mary Clay are:
Eliza Ann Tankersley, born Abt. 1832 in Columbia Co., GA; died Aft. 1880.\ Jesse Tankersley, born Abt. 1834 in Columbia Co., GA; died Unknown.
Notes for Jesse Tankersley A Jesse Tankersley was on the muster roll of Company B, 9th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, CSA, Chattooga Co., Ga., "Chattooga Volunteers" Jesse took the oath of allegiance to U.S. Govt. at Chattanooga, Tenn. A Jesse "Tanksley" married Fannie E. Cockrum on 3/18/1865 in Nashville, TN (Davidson Co.) I was unable to find him on the 1870 Tennessee census. The family apparently moved to Missouri and Arkansas. (From Genforum Tankersley and Cockrum Message Boards) More research needs to be done to see if this is actually Jesse Tankersley of the Columbia Tankersleys. \line\line The following researchers are also requesting information on Jesse Tankersley/Tanksley: Marti Hurst (mghurst@pldi.net) and Vonn Robinson (organic2@flash.net) Vonn has the marriage certificate naming Jesse and Fannie Cockrum and Marti has military pension papers. They list Jesse's three children as Annie, Sarah Catherine, and Jesse Jr. William Thomas Tankersley, born Abt. 1844 in Columbia Co., GA; died July 12, 1915 in Henry Co., GA. \sb100\sa100\cell John Tankersley, born Abt. 1837 in Columbia Co., GA; died Unknown. \fs28 Melodey-M-Hauch Robert Tankersley, born Abt. 1839 in Lincoln Co., GA; died 1912. Charles Tankersley, born Abt. 1840 in Columbia Co., GA; died Unknown. Leonidas Pinkston Tankersley, born February 09, 1849 in Chambers Co., AL; died July 16, 1890 in Elbert Co., GA, buried at Gunter Cemetery. James Monroe Tankersley, born June 12, 1851 in Chambers Co., AL; died July 06, 1909 in Lincoln Co., GA, buried at Pine Grove Methodist Church.
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William married Mary M Clay on 7 Jul 1831 in Columbia Co. Ga.

Children from this marriage were:

50        i.   Jesse Tanksley/Tankersley (born in 1834 Columbia Co. Ga)

         ii.   Elizabeth Ann Tankersley (born in 1832 Columbia Co. Ga)

        iii.   William Thomas Tankersley (born in Oct 1835 Columbia Co. Ga - died on 12 Jul 1915 in Henry Co. Ga.)

         iv.   John Tankersley (born in 1837 Columbia Co. Ga)

          v.   Robert Tankersley (born in 1839 Lincoln Co. Ga. - died in 1912)

         vi.   Charles Tankersley (born in 1840 Columbia Co. Ga)

        vii.   Leonidas Pinkston Tankersley (born on 9 Feb 1849 Chambers Co Ala. - died on 16 Jul 1890 in elbert Co. Ga)

       viii.   James Monroe Tankersley (born on 12 Jun 1851 Chambers Co Ala. - died on 6 Jul 1909 in Lincoln Co. Ga.)

William next married Living


101. Mary M Clay, daughter of Jesse Clay and Living , was born about 1813 in Columbia Co. Ga and died about 1859 in Chambers Co Ala., about age 46.

Mary married William Brooks Tankersley Jr. on 7 Jul 1831 in Columbia Co. Ga.

116. James Biss was born on 17 Mar 1795 in PA. and died on 8 Feb 1872 in Indiana Co., Pennsylvania., at age 76.

James married Catherine Randall about 1824 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

58        i.   Henry Randall Biss (born in 1833 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 3 Feb 1905 in Oshkosh, Garden Co. NE.)

         ii.   Elizabeth Biss (born on 6 Feb 1825 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 6 Oct 1847 in Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA.)

        iii.   Samuel Biss (born on 29 Oct 1826 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 11 Feb 1910 in Indiana Co., Pennsylvania.)

         iv.   Mary Ann Biss (born about 24 Dec 1830 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 31 May 1859 in Burnside, Clearfield Co. PA.)

          v.   John Calvin Biss (born in Dec 1837 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 25 Jul 1903 in Aiken, Aiken Co. S.C.)

         vi.   Robert M Biss (born in 1838 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died in 1862 in PA.)

        vii.   Jeanette Randall Biss (born on 31 Aug 1841 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died in 1905)

       viii.   Benjamin Phaust Biss (born on 12 Feb 1843 Jersey Shore, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 28 Sep 1922 in Spruce, Indiana Co.PA.)

         ix.   Sarah Catherine Biss (born on 31 Mar 1845 PA. - died on 9 Dec 1915 in Hillsdale PA.)

          x.   James G Biss (born in 1847 - died in 1890)

         xi.   William Jarome Biss (born in 1849 Burnside PA. - died in 1933 in PA.)


117. Catherine Randall was born on 12 Apr 1808 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co. PA. and died on 7 Apr 1882 in Indiana Co. Pennsylvania, at age 73.

Catherine married James Biss about 1824 in PA.

118. Abner C Bartlebaugh, son of Isaiah N Bartlebaugh and Living , was born on 1 Feb 1830 in Cherry Tree PA. and died on 28 Sep 1922, at age 92.

Abner married Elizabeth Spicher .

Children from this marriage were:

59        i.   Emily Bartlebaugh (born on 1 May 1849 Montgomery Township, Indiana Co., PA - died on 8 Sep 1893 , buried in New Hope Cemetery, Imperial, Nebraska.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.   John Blose Bartlebaugh (born about 1859 Wilgus Pennsylvania)


119. Elizabeth Spicher, daughter of Joseph Spicher and Living , was born on 2 Mar 1826 in Somerset Co. PA and died on 23 Dec 1922 in Indiana Penn, at age 96.

Elizabeth married Abner C Bartlebaugh .
 
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120. Jason Carroll, son of Living and Martha Patsy J Lassiter , was born on 2 Oct 1818 in North Carolina and was buried in 1894 in Van Zandt Co, TX.

General Notes: Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jason CARROLL Self M Male W 62 NC Farmer NC NC
Hetty CARROLL Wife M Female W 55 GA Keeping House GA GA
Manon A. CARROLL Son S Male W 20 AL NC GA
Mason M. CARROLL Son S Male W 18 AL NC GA
Chalcidoney CARROLL Dau S Female W 13 AL NC GA
Noah N. CARROLL Son S Male W 11 AL NC GA


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Jason married Henrietta (Hettie ) Mcclain on 6 Oct 1840.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Margaret(Margan) Carroll (born on 20 Jan 1842 Pike County Ala. - , died in Vanzandt Co TX.)

         ii.   Susan J Carroll (born on 27 Sep 1844)

        iii.   John Allen Carroll (born on 2 May 1847 Alabama)

         iv.   William J Carroll (born on 23 Apr 1849 Alabama)

60        v.   Jason J. Carroll (born on 16 Jul 1851 Alabama - buried randlett ok)

         vi.   Mary J Carroll (born on 9 Jan 1854 Alabama - buried corinth Cemetary in Vanzandt Co, TX)

        vii.   Andrew L Carroll (born on 25 Sep 1856 Vanzandt Co, TX.)

       viii.   Marion A Carroll (born on 17 Nov 1859 Alabama - died on 26 Aug 1943 in Dixie Cemetary Stephens Co Okl)

         ix.   Mason Mack Carroll 1 (born on 4 Jun 1862 Troy, Pike Co. Ala. - died on 25 Apr 1940 in Corinth Cemetary Vanzandt Co., Pike Co. Ala.)

          x.   Hetty Carroll (born on 30 Jun 1865 Pike Co. Ala. - died on 15 Aug 1878)

         xi.   Chalcedony Carroll (born on 14 May 1857 Alabama - died on 19 Dec 1915 in Van Zandt Co, TX.)

        xii.   Noah Napolean Carroll (born on 5 Apr 1869 Ala. - died on 1 Apr 1957 in Fellowship Cem/ Louisiana)


121. Henrietta (Hettie ) Mcclain was born on 24 Jan 1825 in Georgia, died on 24 Aug 1896 in Vanzandt Co. TX, at age 71, and was buried in Corinth Cementery Vanzandt Co TX.

Henrietta married Jason Carroll on 6 Oct 1840.

122. Elijah Robinson Kuykendall, son of Peter Kuykendall and Prudence Terry , was born on 14 Dec 1836 in Jackson Tenn and died on 27 Nov 1920 in Vanzandt Co, TX, at age 83.

General Notes: Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Elija R. KUYKENDALL Self M Male W 43 TN Mechanic SC TN
Nancey A. KUYKENDALL Wife M Female W 36 KY Keeping House VA KY
Joanah KUYKENDALL Dau S Female W 15 TX TN KY
Bengaman H. KUYKENDALL Son S Male W 12 AR TN KY
Hecktor O. KUYKENDALL Son S Male W 10 TX TN KY
Minnie D. KUYKENDALL Dau S Female W 8 TX TN KY
Shade VANDERVIER Other M Male W 24 KY Laborer KY KY
Rena VANDERVIER1 Other M Female W 24 KY Teaching School KY KY

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1REL WAS WIFE



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{ Information transcribed from The Southland Vol. XII. No 1\line Waco, Texas; Established March, 1892\
Is one of the early settlers of the county. There are probably not more than three or four now living, who were here when he came in 1848. The family is of German extraction. On coming to America they first settled in North Carolina. Jesse was the grandfather and lived in North Carolina and came to Tennessee. Peter was the father's name and he was a Christian preacher and preached in an early day in Tennessee. He moved with his family to Van Zandt county in February, 1848. He settled about 5 miles southwest from the present town of Grand Saline, Elijah was born in Tennessee Dec. 14, 1836. The country was sparcely settled at that time. Peter S. Benton a tanner; J. D. Wright, a doctor; John Chrestman, a farmer; Joe Cox and Tom Cox, farmers and Allen Blair, constituted the settlement here. There was a settlement on McBee's Creek and Mr. McBee owned a mill the first in the county. It was what is known as a tread mill, but it ground all the meal for many miles around. The Shreveport and Dallas Road ran through the county from east to west and the Porter's Bluff road ran through the southern end of the county. These roads were traveled a great deal by imigrants (sic) stock drovers, adventurers, etc. There was a settlement then at the head of Saline Creek about 5 miles east from Canton, Yoes, Rawson, King and other lived there. Then in what is now the Edom community lived Uncle John Riles, John Cothern, Jack Horsely and his father. The Brutons and Harrisons lived on 4 mile Prairie. The country was more sickly than now and the seasons more irregular. The range was excellent. The mast in the bottoms and the grass on the up lands were fine. The creeks were all bordered with cane in great variety. Fat cattle fat hogs, fat horses were available winter and summer. Deer and turkey and prairie chickens were here in great abundance. Also there were bear, panther, wolves, catamounts and Mexican lions. The Indians had gona and the buffalo had retreated further west. There were some mustang ponies and a few wild cattle in the country. It was under conditions like these that young Elijah grew up. School advantages were limited. J. J. Kuykendall and older brother of our subject was the first teacher in the county, also the first deputy sheriff. Elijah's school advantages therefore were limited but he grew up a robust youth. Oct. 18, 1858, he married Nancy Ann Bratcher. She lived until July 20, 1881. January 21, 1882, he married Mrs. M. J. Smith who still survives. In 1862 he volunteered into the confederate service and served until the surrender, in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. He lost his health during the war and traveled several years afterward. He gained his health however and has been a remarkably strong man for his years since. He became a christian (sic) at the age of 12 and at the age of 50 entered the christian (sic) ministry. He is a mechanic. He owns his home in Grand Saline and has acquired some other property in the city. He labors with his hands and lives blamless (sic) before the people. He has a good record is a typical old Texan and furnishes a worthy example of Texas life.\line\line\par


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This cemetery is located on VZC Road 1121, just off FM 17. At one time there were about 30 graves but all traces of most have disappeared. The remaining graves have been covered with cement above-ground vaults. There exists one cement covered vault that was broken and there was no writing available. This cemetery is considered complete with the help of Lavona Blackwell and her faithful volunteers.


Surname First Name Birth Death
BRATCHER HORACE B. 1875 1888
BRATCHER IDABELLE 1870 1878
BRATCHER LAURA L. 1845 1879
BRATCHER MATILDA UNREADABLE UNREADABLE
KUYKENDALL ELIJAH PERRY 1875 1877
KUYKENDALL JOHN 1887 1892
KUYKENDALL LAURA UDORA 1878 1879
KUYKENDALL NANCY ANN 1842

Elijah married (name unknown).

Elijah married Nancy Ann Bratcher on 13 Oct 1858 in Van Zandt Co. TX.

General Notes: information from Dace Martin

Nancy Ann Bratcher Kuykendall is buried in an abandoned cemetery between Canton and Grand Saline in a pasture with some of her children, her parents and her sister-in-law children buried with her are as follows

John Kuykendall S/ER & Nancy 12 Dec. 1882 Sept. 1892
Elijah Perry S/Er & Nancy 15 Mar. 1875 Feb. 1877
Laura Udora D/ER & Nancy 1 Jan 1878 19 Jan 1879

Nancy's tombstone reads: To The Memory of Nancy Ann Kuykendall bn. 10 June 1842
died Oct 1893

This cemetery is located on VZC Road 1121, just off FM 17. At one time there were about 30 graves but all traces of most have disappeared. The remaining graves have been covered with cement above-ground vaults. There exists one cement covered vault that was broken and there was no writing available. This cemetery is considered complete with the help of Lavona Blackwell and her faithful volunteers.


Surname First Name Birth Death
BRATCHER HORACE B. 1875 1888
BRATCHER IDABELLE 1870 1878
BRATCHER LAURA L. 1845 1879
BRATCHER MATILDA UNREADABLE UNREADABLE
KUYKENDALL ELIJAH PERRY 1875 1877
KUYKENDALL JOHN 1887 1892
KUYKENDALL LAURA UDORA 1878 1879
KUYKENDALL NANCY ANN 1842

Children from this marriage were:

61        i.   Joanna M Kuykendall (born in Oct 1865 Benton Co Ark - died in 1953 in Ringling Okla. Jefferson Co.)

         ii.   Benjamin Hiram Kuykendall (born on 26 Oct 1867 Benton Co. Ark. - died on 8 Mar 1932 in Grand Saline TX, Vandzandt Co)

        iii.   Hector Owen Kuykendall (born on 3 Mar 1870 Grayson Co Texas)

         iv.   Minnie Dove Kuykendall (born on 30 Jun 1871 Grayson Co Texas - died on 22 Dec 1910 in Vanzandt Co. TX)

          v.   Nannie Kuykendall (born on 20 Jul 1881 Van Zandt Co, TX. - died on 26 Mar 1960 in Livingston TX.)

Elijah next married Living


123. Nancy Ann Bratcher, daughter of Nathaniel Bratcher and Living , was born on 20 Jul 1842 in Adair Co. Kentucky and died on 20 Jul 1881 in An Abandoned Cemetery Between, at age 39.

General Notes: information from Dace Martin

Nancy Ann Bratcher Kuykendall is buried in an abandoned cemetery between Canton and Grand Saline in a pasture with some of her children, her parents and her sister-in-law children buried with her are as follows

John Kuykendall S/ER & Nancy 12 Dec. 1882 Sept. 1892
Elijah Perry S/Er & Nancy 15 Mar. 1875 Feb. 1877
Laura Udora D/ER & Nancy 1 Jan 1878 19 Jan 1879

Nancy's tombstone reads: To The Memory of Nancy Ann Kuykendall bn. 10 June 1842
died Oct 1893

This cemetery is located on VZC Road 1121, just off FM 17. At one time there were about 30 graves but all traces of most have disappeared. The remaining graves have been covered with cement above-ground vaults. There exists one cement covered vault that was broken and there was no writing available. This cemetery is considered complete with the help of Lavona Blackwell and her faithful volunteers.


Surname First Name Birth Death
BRATCHER HORACE B. 1875 1888
BRATCHER IDABELLE 1870 1878
BRATCHER LAURA L. 1845 1879
BRATCHER MATILDA UNREADABLE UNREADABLE
KUYKENDALL ELIJAH PERRY 1875 1877
KUYKENDALL JOHN 1887 1892
KUYKENDALL LAURA UDORA 1878 1879
KUYKENDALL NANCY ANN 1842

Nancy married Elijah Robinson Kuykendall on 13 Oct 1858 in Van Zandt Co. TX.

124. Joseph Sikes, son of Dempsey(Sykes) Sikes and Living , was born in 1837 in Polk Co. Tenn. and died in 1898 in Delta Co. Texas, at age 61.

General Notes: Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Joseph SIKES Self M Male M 42 TN Faarmer NC NC
Mary SIKES Wife M Female W 40 TN Keeping House SC VA
Nancy SIKES Dau S Female W 18 TN At Home TN TN
Lodice Francis SIKES Son S Male W 15 TN Work On Farm TN TN
Mary Jane SIKES Sister S Female W 12 TN At Home TN TN
William T. SIKES Son S Male W 10 TN Work On Farm TN TN
Margret E. SIKES Dau S Female W 4 AR TN TN
Mary AONEY SisterL S Female W 33 TN At Home SC VA

Joseph married Mary Clementine Acrey on 21 Aug 1857 in Rhea County Tennessee.

Children from this marriage were:

62        i.   Lodic Sikes (born on 17 Jan 1864 Jackson Tenn - died on 17 Nov 1945 in Delta Co. TX.)

         ii.   John W Sikes (born about 1859 Jackson Tenn)

        iii.   Dempsey Sikes (born about 1860)

         iv.   Nancy Sikes (born about 1862 Jackson Tenn)

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.   Mary Jane Sikes (born about 1868 Tenn)

       viii.   William J Sikes (born about 1870 Tenn)

         ix.   Margaret E Sikes (born about 1876 Camden Co NC.)


125. Mary Clementine Acrey was born in 1840 in Tn., died in 1913 in Van Zandt Co TX, at age 73, and was buried in 1913 in Woodside Cemetery, Grand Saline Tx.

General Notes: Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Joseph SIKES Self M Male M 42 TN Faarmer NC NC
Mary SIKES Wife M Female W 40 TN Keeping House SC VA
Nancy SIKES Dau S Female W 18 TN At Home TN TN
Lodice Francis SIKES Son S Male W 15 TN Work On Farm TN TN
Mary Jane SIKES Sister S Female W 12 TN At Home TN TN
William T. SIKES Son S Male W 10 TN Work On Farm TN TN
Margret E. SIKES Dau S Female W 4 AR TN TN
Mary AONEY SisterL S Female W 33 TN At Home SC VA
Found in the 1900 census living in the household of her son Lodrick Francis Sikes
In Van Zandt Co.

Mary married Joseph Sikes on 21 Aug 1857 in Rhea County Tennessee.

126. Henderson Ellison, son of Robert Allison and Living , was born on 23 May 1837 in Tenn and died on 23 Jun 1881 in Delta Co, TX., at age 44.

General Notes: Listed as age 22 in 1860 census of Itawambi Co. Miss town of Mooreville

Listed as age 13 in 1850 census of Henderson Co Tennessee
Marriage records of Itawamba Co list his wife as Sally Weeks md 26 Sep 1860
born Aug 20 1842 in Alabama. After serving 3 years in 1st Mississippi Infantry of Confederat e Arny he move his family to Arkansas about 1870 moving to Delta Co about 1877. They had 7 daughters and 1 son. This was found in the Delta Co Texas History Book.

Note: J.H.Walker correspondence 1985
Correspondence with Jack R Blacketer 1997


Henderson married Sarah J Meeks in Lee Co. Miss.

Children from this marriage were:

63        i.   James Sara Ellison (born on 28 Jan 1869 Miss. - died on 11 Apr 1945 in Delta Co, TX.)

         ii.   Mary Catherine(Kate) Ellison (born on 2 Mar 1866 Miss. ()

        iii.   Julia E (Jule) Ellison (born on 26 Jan 1871 Ark. - died in 1956 in , TX.)

         iv.   Geney Parille Ellison (born on 18 Dec 1873 Ark.)

          v.   Josephine (Phene) Ellison (born on 7 Feb 1878 Benton Co Ark)

         vi.   Molie Ellison (born on 25 Aug 1861 Mississippi - , died in Delta Co, TX.)

        vii.   Alice Ellison (born on 20 Jun 1864 Mississippi - died on 3 Sep 1870)

       viii.   Eddie Ellison (born on 7 Jun 1880 , TX. - died on 4 Sep 1880 in , TX.)


127. Sarah J Meeks, daughter of James (Jim) Meeks and Mary Crowson , was born on 20 Aug 1842 in Ala. and died on 4 Apr 1916 in Delta Co, TX., at age 73.

Sarah married Henderson Ellison in Lee Co. Miss.



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128. John Hurst, son of Absolom Hurst and Living , died in 1820 in Wythe Co. Virginia.

John married Mary Molly Mccarty .

Children from this marriage were:

64        i.   John Hurst (born in 1794 Pulaski Co Virginia - died in 1858 in Claiborne Co VA.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living


129. Mary Molly Mccarty was born in 1760 in Shenandoah Co VA.

Mary married John Hurst .

130. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

65        i.  Living

         ii.   William Neil (born on 10 Nov 1777 Virginia)


131. Living

Living married Living

132. Spencer Breeding was born on 9 Oct 1758 in England, died on 24 Jun 1835 in Russell Virginia, at age 76, and was buried in Altrap, Russell, Virginia.

Spencer married Winifred Hurst on 24 Nov 1789 in Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

66        i.  Living

         ii.   Winnifred Breeding (born in 1794 Shenandoah, VA.)

        iii.   Mary Breeding (born in 1796 Shenandoah, VA.)

         iv.   Rebecca Breeding (born in 1798 Shenandoah, VA.)

          v.  Living


133. Winifred Hurst, daughter of Absolom Hurst and Living , was born in 1770.

Winifred married Spencer Breeding on 24 Nov 1789 in Virginia.

134. Francis Fugate was born in 1776 in VA. and died after 1850.

Francis married Living

Children from this marriage were:

67        i.   Charity Fugate (born in 1804 Wythe Co. VA.)

         ii.   Randolph Fugate (born in 1802 Wythe Co VA - died in 1879 in Mississippi Co. MO.)

        iii.  Living

         iv.   James E Fugate (born in 1811 Wythe Co. VA - died on 11 Feb 1890 in Clay Co. W V)

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living


135. Living

Living married Francis Fugate .

136. George Quesenberry was born in 1748 in Orange Co Virginia and died in 1812 in Floyd Co Virginia, at age 64.

George married Martha Patsy Slinker .

Children from this marriage were:

68        i.   Fredrick Quesenberry (born on 20 Mar 1772 Bedford Co - died in 1853)

         ii.   Nancy Quesenberry (born in 1770)

        iii.   Thomas (Buck) Quesenberry (born in 1794 - died in 1879)

         iv.   Moses Quesenberry (born in 1775 - died in 1842)

          v.   Joseph Quesenberry (born in 1780)

         vi.   William Quesenberry (born in 1784)

        vii.   Caroline Quesenberry (born in 1785)

       viii.   John Quesenberry (born about 1798 - died in 1853)

         ix.   George (Jr) Quesenberry (born in 1794 - died after 1841)

          x.   James Quesenberry (born in 1796 - died in 1845 in Pulaski Co Virginia)


137. Martha Patsy Slinker was born about 1750.

Martha married George Quesenberry .

138. Tobias Phillips, son of George Phillips and Hannah Goad , was born on 25 Jan 1750.

Tobias married Margaret Peggy Jennings about 1767 in Pittsylvania Co. VA.

Children from this marriage were:

69        i.   Mary Polly(Molly) Phillips (born in 1776 - died after 1815)

         ii.   Thomas Phillips (born in 1768)

        iii.   William Tobias Phillips (born about 1770)

         iv.   Hannah Phillips (born about 1772)

          v.   John C Phillips (born in 1775)

         vi.   Richard (Dick) Phillips (born in 1778)

        vii.   Dalton Phillips (born in 1780)

       viii.   Robert Phillips (born in 1782)

         ix.   Elizabeth (Betsy) Phillips (born in 1783)

          x.   Frances(Franky) Phillips (born in 1788)

         xi.   Jane Phillips (born in 1789)

        xii.   Jehu Phillips (born in 1790)

       xiii.   Nancy Phillips (born in 1792)

        xiv.   Joseph Phillips (born in 1793)

         xv.   Rachel Phillips (born in 1795)


139. Margaret Peggy Jennings, daughter of Jonathan Jennings and Diannah Bobbitt , was born about 1749.

Margaret married Tobias Phillips about 1767 in Pittsylvania Co. VA.

144. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

72        i.   Theophilus Stevens (died on 16 Jun 1857 in Chambers Co Ala.)


148. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

74        i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living


149. Living

Living married Living

160. Living

Living married Joice Hill .

Children from this marriage were:

80        i.   Jacob C Muse (born in 1806 Moore Co North Carolina - died on 19 Nov 1869 in Saline Co. Ark.)


161. Joice Hill was born on 17 Oct 1768 in Moore Co North Carolina.

Joice married Living

168. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

84        i.  Living


169. Living

Living married Living

174. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

87        i.   Elizabeth Ann Mcclendon (born on 11 Nov 1818)

         ii.   Joel Mcclendon Jr. (born on 13 Oct 1824)

        iii.   Moses T Mcclendon (born in Dec 1829)

         iv.   Sarah Ann Mcclendon (born on 7 Jun 1832)

          v.   Cynthia Ann Mcclendon (born on 31 Jan 1822)

         vi.   Mary A K Mcclendon (born on 24 Dec 1814 - died in 1822)

        vii.   William V. W. Mcclendon (born on 23 Mar 1816)

       viii.   Jacob M Mcclendon (born on 27 Aug 1827)

         ix.   Mary Cynthia (Synthia ) ? Mcclendon (born in 1835)


175. Living

Living married Living

178. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

89        i.   Parmelia Jane Grace (born in 1806 Jackson Tenn)


186. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

93        i.   Pricella (Presahah) Barnett (born in 1795)

         ii.   Thomas Barnett (born about 1780 South Carolina)

        iii.   Lemuel Barnett (born about 1790 South Carolina)

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living

Living married Living


188. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

94        i.   Lewis Arthur(Arther) (born in 1816 Georgia ??????)


196. Gatius Fox was born in 1757, was christened in Brunswick Co. Va, and died in 1862 in Gibson Co. Tn, at age 105.

Research Notes: Trenton, Tennessee
July 11th 1843

Sir:

I send you herewith enclosed the declaration of Gaitus Fox for the purpose of obtaining the benefit of the Act of Congress of the 7th Jan '32 to which I would respectfully ask your early attention and favorable consideration.

When you shall have decided upon his application please communicate the result through me.

I have the honor to be

Very respectfully

Your abl Serv.

John W. Crockett

James L. Edwards Esq
Court of Pensions
War Dept
Washington
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State of Tennessee }SS
Gibson County }

Be it remembered that on this 7th day of July 1843 personally appeared in open Court before the Circuit Court of said County of Gibson and State of Tennessee - the Honorable Benjamin C. Totlen one of the Circuit Judges in and for said State presiding - Gattus Fox, a resident of said County of Gibson and State of Tennessee aged eighty six years, who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832.

He states that according to his best recollection and belief he entered the service as a volunteer substitute in the Militia for one James Utley in the fall of the year preceding the Battle of Guilford.(1) He thinks it was in the year 1771, but being "no scholar" his recollection of dates is very indistinct and he cannot state the day of the month or even the month. He has no means of referring to dates but - by comparing his present age and his age at the time he entered the service. He remembers distinctly that he entered the service some time in the fall before the Battle of Guilford and left at about two weeks after that battle took place.(2) The company to which he belonged was commanded by Capt. Etheldred Jones(3) and a Mr. Knight was lieutenant of the company. He states that during this tour of service he was commanded by one Palener either as Major or Colonel, but he is unable to state positively. His impression is that he was Colonel. He remembers distinctly that he was under command of General Davidson, who was killed in an engagement with the British at the Island Ford on the Catawba River.(4) He further states that he was born in the County of Brunswick in the State of Virginia in the month of March 1757 according to the best information he has on the subject - never having any record of his age and having kept it from information and memory. At the time he entered service he was residing in the County of Wake in the State of North Carolina. From there he was marched with the brigade or division under General George Davidson to which he was attached up the country to the Island Ford on the Catawba River and was stationed there for the purpose of guarding that pass and preventing the British from crossing.(5) But on the night after their arrival at that station they were attacked by the British, and being greatly outnumbered, were driven from their position with the loss of their General as above stated.(6) They were pursued about four miles to the widow Torren's plantation, at which place they were overtaken by the calvary of the enemy and obliged to disperse and he take themselves to the woods for safety. They went through the woods until they reached the town of Salisbury when they reassembled and from there marched with all possible rapidity to join General Greene which they did in the County of Hallifax [Halifax]. They continued with General Greene and under his command until the Battle of Guilford in which they participated.(7) After this battle they marched to Salisbury and from there to Hillsboro [Hillsborough] where they were discharged(8).

He further states that in the ensuing summer he again entered the service as the volunteer substitute in the Militia of one Thomas Binniy for eighteen months, but only served a small portion of the time. He served under Col. George Litle(9,10) but he cannot now recollect the names of any of the other officers. In fact he cannot state whether there was any other officers in command during this period of his service. They were marched to Hillsboro and stationed there to guard that place, it being at that time the residence of the Governor(11). After having remained at that station for a short time, perhaps a month, but as to the length of time his recollection is very indistinct. They were attacked by the Tories in large force under command of Col. Fanning(12) by whom they were defeated and all made prisoner including the Governor(13,14). They were carried to Wilmington where they were kept in a prison in a place called the "Provo's." While here the small pox(15) broke out among them and many of them died of that disease(16). After having remained in this place for about three months as well as he can remember some of them were exchanged and the others released. He states that after he was
released is as above stated, having served only about four months including his imprisonment he was not required to serve out the balance of his time and was discharged - and returned home.

He further states that after his return home a short time he again entered the service as a ranger in a company of volunteer mounted men commanded by Capt. Tignal Jones(17,18) - and served one year(19) by turns, with other troops of the same description. During this service he was wounded by a Tory out-post with two bullets in the thigh but it was only a flesh wound and has never disabled him much. He states that he has long since worn out and lost his discharges and has no documentary evidence of his service, and that he knows of no one whose evidence he could procure, who can testify to his services. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or anuity except the present, and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any State, Territory or district in the Union.

Gatus Fox (His Mark)

Sworn to & subscribed in open Court this 7th July 1843
J.B. Blakemon Clerk



We Joseph Riddle, a clergyman residing in Gibson County and Moses Woodfin and John Crockett residing in the same County do certify that we are well acquainted with Gaitus Fox who has subscribed and sworn to the forgoing declaration. That we believe him to be eighty six years of age that he is respected and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been a soldier of the Revolution - and we concur in that opinion.

Joseph Riddle

John W. Crockett

M. Woodfin

Sworn to & subscribed in open Court 7th July 1843
J.B. Blakemon, Clerk
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And the said Court do hereby declare their opinions to law after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogatories prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier and served as he states - and the Court further certifies that it appears to them that Joseph Riddle who has signed the proceeding certificate as a clergyman is a clergyman resident in said County of Gibson as therein stated and that Moses Woodfin and John W. Crockett who have also signed the same as residents of said County of Gibson and State of Tennessee, and are credible persons and their statement is entitled to full credence.

Benjamin C. Totlen
Judge H Presiding

And the said Court do further certify that the following are substantially the answers of the applicant to the several interrogatories (presented?) to him by the Court in pursuance of the regulations of the War Department. (?):

Question 1st. When and in what year were you born?
Answer - I was born in the County of Brunswick in the State of Virginia. The only means by which I can state the year of my birth is by reckoning back from my present age and by this mode of calculating I must have been born in the year 1757.

Question 2nd. Have you any record of you age and if so where is it?
Answer - I have none nor did I ever have.

Question 3rd. Where were you living when you were called into service? Where have you lived since the Revolutionary War and where do you live now?
Answer - I lived in the County of Wake in the State of North Carolina when called into service. Since the Revolution I have resided in the States of North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee and now reside in Gibson County, Tennessee.

Question 4th. How were you called into service: were you drafted, did you volunteer, or were you a substitute: and a substitute for whom?
Answer - I entered the service first as the substitute of one James Utley. Secondly as the substitute of one Thomas Binney. Thirdly as a volunteer in the ranging service.

Question 5th. State the names of some of the Regular Officers who were with the troops where you served. Such Continental Militia as you can recollect and the general circumstances of your service?
Answer - I remember Col Litle(9,10) Capt. "Dred Jones"(3) Lieut. Knight Col Palener or Major Palener. I cannot state whether the last name was Col or Major but I think he was Colonel. Also General Davidson and General Greene. ( Here the applicant details the circumstances of his services substantially as they are set forth in his declaration.)

Question 6th. Did you ever receive a discharge and if so where is it - and by whom was it given?
Answer - I received discharges from the Captains I served under Capt. "Dred Jones" & Capt. Tignal Jones(17,18) but they are long ago worn out and lost from getting wet as I removed from Carolina to Kentucky. I also received a discharge from Col. Lane(20) at Wake Court House after I was released from imprisonment in the "Provo", which was wet and worn out at the same time.

Question 7. State the names of the persons to whom you are known in your neighborhood and who can testify as to your character for veracity and their belief in your services as a soldier of the Revolution?
Answer - Any one in the neighborhood I believe would certify to my good character for veracity and to their belief in my services I know Abraham Smith (?) G. Goodman Parson Riddle Mr. Crockett Mr Woodfin and many other - almost every man in the neighborhood where I live.

The above interlineation in the answers of the applicant to the 6th interrogatory relative to his discharges was made before the Registrar of the Court was here to affix.

Benjamin C. Totlen

Judge H. Presiding
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State of Tennessee}
Gibson County }

J. James B. Blakemon Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County do certify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the said Court in the matter of the application of Gaitus Fox for a Pension. In testimony whereof I here into set my hand and affix my private seal there being no seal of said Court. This 10th July A.D. 1843

J.B.Blakemon Clerk
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State of Tennessee

We Adam Huntsman and John W. Crockett formaly members of Congress from this State do hereby certify that the Circuit Court of Gibson County is a Court of (?) That the Honorable Benjamin C. Totlen one of the Circuit Judges for said State is the presiding Judge of said Court for the present term. That James B. Blakemon is the Clerk thereof and that the signatures to the foregoing certificates purporting to be the signatures of said Judge and Clerk are genuine.

Given under our hands at Trenton this 10th July A.D. 1843

Adam Huntsman

John W. Crockett

Footnotes:
(1) The Battle of Guilford Court House was March 15, 1781.
(2) Two weeks after the Battle of Guilford Court House would be about April 1, 1781. A three month enlistment would have begun around January 1, 1781. Also, various historical accounts note that General Greene lost most of his Militia about two weeks after the battle when the three month tours were completed. General Greene had to piece an Army together before he could pursue General Cornwallis.
(3) Etheldred Jones was a large landowner in Wake County, NC, and appears in the land entry records starting in Dec. 1778. A land entry for Oct. 31, 1789 lists him as Capt. Etheldred Jones.
(4) This engagement along the Catawba River is now called the Battle of Cowan's Ford, and took place on February 1, 1781.
(5) General Greene placed General Davidson's force along the river to delay the British. This would give General Greene much needed time to make preparations for battle with the British at Guilford Court House on favorable ground.
(6) General William Lee Davidson was killed in action on February 1, 1781.
(7) The Battle of Guilford Court House took place on March 15, 1781. This was the largest and most hotly contested action of the Revolutionary War's climatic southern campaign. Although the British won a tactical victory, they suffered a serious loss of manpower from which they never recovered. This foreshadowed the final American victory at Yorktown, seven months later.
(8) The Hillsboro District was composed of Orange, Granville, Chatham, and Wake Counties.
(9) Lt. Colonel Lytle was an officer in the Halifax District.
(10) Col. Lytle was wounded and taken prisoner on Sept. 12, 1781. He is mentioned in Gov. Burke's letter to L.H. DeRossette, Esq. from prison dated Nov. 27, 1781.
(11) The North Carolina Governor's office was in Halifax. Governor Burke received reports of Tory activities and of Fanning plundering plantations in his home county of Orange. In September 1781 he went to Hillsboro to organize a campaign against the Tories.
(12) The notorious David Fanning, who served all sides during the Revolution, acted as a freebooter and plunderer. By 1781 he moved to North Carolina and established a post 150 miles from Wilmington. Fanning was named a Colonel in the militia by Major Craig of the British 82nd Regiment at Wilmington on July 5, 1781.
(13,14) This action took place on September 12, 1781. Fanning in a surprise attack on Hillsboro, took over 200 prisoners including Governor Thomas Burke and his council. All were turned over to Major Craig in Wilmington. Gatus Fox would have entered service in mid-August 1781 and released returning home by mid-December 1781.
(15) The Wilmington prison apparently had numerous outbreaks of small pox. An outbreak is mentioned by a scouting party in a letter describing the fortifications of Wilmington to Gov. Nash on Feb. 13, 1781.
(16) The deplorable condition of the prisoners is mentioned by Gov. Burke in a letter from prison dated Oct. 17, 1781. Our prisoners....who might be taken for skeletons, did they not retain life enough to make them appear too ghastly and some languid unanimated motion that shows they have some small remains of strength.
(17) Tignal Jones was a resident of Wake Co., NC and a delegate to the Provincial Congress of NC which met on August 21 to September 1, 1775. At this convention the officers for the first two state regiments were selected.
(18) Tignal Jones entered 400 acres of land on the south side of Crabtree Creek in Wake Co., NC on Jan. 1, 1779.
(19) This period of service would have probably started about January 1782 and lasted until December 1782 or January 1783. Although the Battle of Yorktown concluded with Cornwallis' defeat on October 19, 1781 all sides maintained standing armies until after the Paris Peace Treaty of September 3, 1783.

References
3,18 - Wake County, NC Land Entries 1778-1846 1 vol., Film C.099.48001, Olivia Raney Local History Library, Wake Co., NC.
8,11,12,13 - Orange County-1752-1952, edited by Hugh Lefler and Paul Wager, Chapel Hill, NC, 1953, NC State Library, Raleigh.
9,17,20 - Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution, The NC Daughters of the American Revolution, 1932.
10 - State Records of North Carolina, Vol. XV 1780-'81, Broadfoot Pub. Co., pp 643-4 & 667-8.
12 - Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, Gregory Palmer, Meckler Pub., Westport, London.
14,16 - State Records of North Carolina, Vol. XV 1780-'81, Broadfoot Pub. Co., pp 650-654.
15 - State Records of North Carolina, Vol. XV 1780-'81, Broadfoot Pub.


Camden Tennessee June 16th 1851

Sir-

Enclosed I send you the supplemental declaration of Gattus Fox who has once before filed a declaration before the County Court of Gibson County through the agency of the Hon. John Crockett. That I verily believe that Mr. Fox never received any answer from Mr. Crockett but I suppose that Mr. Crockett forwarded the papers to the Pension department. It now becomes impossible for Mr. Fox to prove any positive service by a living Witness except by his own oath. I am fully satisfied that Mr. Fox served as set forth by him for I make a point to set the facts in the case as clear as possible and if I have a doubt of the justice of a claim I will not advocate it. Mr. Fox's delay would lead to deception(?) on his part but I advise you that his delay is not to be suspected on that account for he thought that he had delegated all that power to Mr. Crockett and he says which I believe that he has tried to get the authority back from Mr. Crockett. I presume that Mr. Fox's application for a pension was placed on the suspended claims. This supplemental I hope will be satisfactory proof to the department it was made out by Mr. Fox's recollection which is failing on some things but if there is no discrepancy in the two statements I hope his claim will be admitted as it has been a practice by the department where it is well satisfied And I assure you that Mr. Fox stands very fair as a man of undoubted veracity. Your Obt Servant.

Robert H. Hawthorn
J.E. Hiatt. Esq.
Commissioner of Pensions
Washington City D.C.

Supplemental Declaration

State of Tennessee}
Gibson County }SS

On this 19 day of May 1851 Personally apeared before Mr. Richardson P. White a justice of the peace within and for the County of Gibson in the State of Tennessee Gattus Fox aged ninety four years who first being duly sworn on the Ho[y]ly Evangelists of Almighty God makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the benefit of an Act of Congress Entitled An Act Supplimentry to the Act for the relief of certain officers and soldiers of the Revolution passed June the 7th 1832 says On his oath that he resided in Wake County in the State of North Carolina in the time of the Revolutionary War which he served in the Army of the United States as follows (Viz) his first term was a three months tour for which term he volunteered and served at this full time and was discharged honorably. After having fulfilled his three month term of service in the company commanded by Captain Dred Jones supposed his real name to be Elliot dred but was called Capt. Dred Jones that he marched from Wake County NC to Hillsborough in this tour he was taken prisoner at Hillsborough by Col. Fannon a Tory Col. The length of captivity he cannot remember. This next tour was in the Cavalry company commanded by Captain Tignal Jones commonly called Col. Jones in which service he was in near twelve months but returned home once in every three months and stayed about one while at home with an engagement to return and continued in the service three months length which engagement he fulfilled punctually and in the above tour or tours he was a great portion of his time scouting about in Montgomery County in N.C. His business was to aid in suppressing the tories and robbers and when they took any prisoners to carry them to head quarters at Hillsborough. The next tour was a three months tour his Captains name he has forgotten but he knows that he went under Col. Davidson and was in the Battle of Catawba River and saw him killed and the militia dispersed and the Army scattered that he thinks he did not serve this whole three months quite out and received no discharge in the Army but a discharge was sent to him for a three months service that knows and well remembers his last tour but he does not believe that he can specify all his service but the last tour he substituted in the place of Thomas Beany for which Thomas Beany was to pay him one hundred dollars that said Thomas Beany had paid out after he was drafted and that he was caught and compelled to serve to the end of the war that he well remembers that he served six months in (his) Thomas Beany place and was in the Army on the St. John's River when peace was made. Which date of service was 1782 83 or the proceeding tours he cannot state the dates at this time for by reason of a spell of sickness and old age his memory has much failed him that he is unlearned entirely that he now remembers the facts set forth by him and the time is such as related above. That he has once before in the County of Gibson in the State of Tenn applied by the agency of the Hon. John Crockett for a pension when and where he had a better opportunity of proving the facts that he now states the reason why he has so long delayed renewing his application is because he had no agent qualified to do his business and did never receive any information from the Hon. John Crockett what disposition was made of his claim. That his service was to the best of his recollection hear four years but is for the want of a better memory at this time unable to give any better explanations on the time by dividing it in se[p]arate tours. That he had several discharges and that they are lost. Fist got wet and nearly faded away and finally lost. That he now resides in Gibson County in the State of Tennessee and depends on his own character for the proof of service being unable from the great scarcity of surviving soldiers to prove positive and that he never had any record proof of service since the loss of said discharges and that he had no knowledge of a pension for years after its passage except the pension law where a man had to give in a list of his property. Sworn to and subscribed to this 19th day of May A.D. 1851.

Gatus Fox (his mark)


Richardson P. White JP for Gibson County

State of Tennessee}
Gibson County }

On this 19 day of May A.D. 1851 before me Richardson P. White a justice of the peace within and for the County of Gibson in the State of Tennessee personally appeared Joseph White aged eighty four years Who first thing duly swore according to law says on his oath that he is personally acquainted with Gattus Fox the subscriber to the foregoing declaration and has been so for the term of twenty three years passed that he believes that the said Gattus Fox is of the age above specified that he is a man of undoubted veracity for he would believe his word or oath in any thing he would say or swear though he believes his memory has much failed him for the last five or six years but his knowledge of truth and veracity havent failed him that considering his advanced age his mind is yet good but as to the particular time or date his memory has failed him that he is respected as having served his country a long time in the Revolutionary War nor is the same to his knowledge disputed. He further says that he has formed the above opinion from his general character and his own observation that he is fully satisfied that the said Gattus Fox is not able from old age to attend Court. Sworn to and subscribed to this day and date above written.

Joseph White

Richardson P. White, JP for Gibson County

State of Tennessee}
Gibson County }

On this 19 day of May A.D. 1851 before me Richardson P. White a justice of the peace within and for the County and State aforesaid personally appeared James Oustey aged fifty five years October last passed Who first being duly sworn according to law says on his oath that he has been and is now personally acquainted with Gattus Fox the subscriber to the aforegoing declaration for the term of thirty (?) years that the said Gattus Fox is a man of truth and undoubted veracity that he believes that he is of the age stated by him that he has heard often tell of his service and tours in the Revolutionary War that he has heard a brother in law who he believes had a right to know that he Gattus Fox had served in the Revolutionary War that he has been ever since respected as a revolutionary Soldier that his memory used to be good but that it now has failed but not so much as not to know the facts and speak truth but cannot say where the circumstance took place but if has forgotten the time he is incapable to know it that considering his advanced age his mind is clear on important things that he has formed his opinion from his Gattus Fox's general character and from his personal knowledge of his conduct and course of living that he is fully satisfied that said Gattus Fox is not able to attend Court. Sworn to and subscribed this day & date above written.

James Oustey (his mark)

Richardson P. White, JP

State of Tennessee}
Gibson County }

On this day of May A.D. 1851 personally appeared William T. Connell Allen Fox aged fifty years Harrison Fox and Jackson Fox before me Richardson P. White a justice of the peace in and for said who first being duly sworn according to law say on their oath that Gattus Fox the subscriber to the foregoing declaration is the identical Gattus Fox who once before applied for a pension through the agency of the Hon. John Crockett that to the best of their knowledge he Gattus Fox has not had any information from Mr. Crockett or anybody else What became of the said papers. & that prior to a spell of sickness about six years ago his memory was very good since that time his memory is not as good as before that they have often heard him speak of his service in the Revolutionary War his officers names and travels but they cannot now repeat them that they are fully satisfied he is not able to attend Court. Sworn to and subscribed to this day & year above written.

Allen Fox (his mark)

Harrison Fox (his mark)

Jackson Fox (his mark)

William Fox (his mark)

Richardson P. White JP for Gibson County

State of Tennessee}
County of Gibson }

I Richardson P. White a justice of the peace do certify that I am personally acquainted with Joseph White James Oustey Allen Fox Harrison Fox Jackson Fox William T. Connell who are credible witnesses and of good character and duly sworn and did subscribe their names as above represented that I am personally acquainted with Gattus Fox the subscriber to the above declaration that I believe all the facts set forth by him to be true that from his appearance I believe he is of the age set forth by him and that I am fully satisfied he is not able to attend court from my own knowledge of him given under my hand and seal this 19th day of May A.D. 1851

Richardson P. White JP

Justice of the Peace for Gibson County

State of Tennessee}
Gibson County }

I J. James A.M.(?) Dearmon clerk of the county court of said county do hereby certify that Richardson P. White by whose signature appears to the foregoing certificate is & was at the date thereof an acting justice of the peace within & for said county duly (?) from & qualified according to law & that said signature purporting to be his is in his own proper hand writing. Given under my hand & the seal of said court as officer in Trenton this 27th day of May A.D. 1851

J.A.M.(?) Dearmon Clerk





























































































Gatius married Living

Children from this marriage were:

98        i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Joshua Fox (born in 1805 Casey Co. Ky)

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.   Allen Fox (born in 1800 Wilkes Co. N.C. - died in 1866 in Hunt Co. Tx.)

        vii.   Andrew Jackson Fox (born in 1818 Casey Co. Ky)

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living

         xi.   Edward Fox (born in 1820 Casey Co. Ky)


197. Living

Living married Gatius Fox .

200. William Brooks Tankersley, son of John Tankersley and Susan Brooks , was born in 1782 in Spotsylvania Co. Va. and died on 21 Sep 1855 in Columbia Co. Ga, at age 73.

William married Living

Children from this marriage were:

100       i.   William Brooks Tankersley Jr. (born in 1813 Columbia Co. Ga - died about 1885 in elbert Co. Ga)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living


201. Living

Living married William Brooks Tankersley .

202. Jesse Clay, son of Charles B Clay and Mary Hawks , was born in 1788 in Amelia Co. Va.

Jesse married Living

Children from this marriage were:

101       i.   Mary M Clay (born about 1813 Columbia Co. Ga - died about 1859 in Chambers Co Ala.)


203. Living

Living married Jesse Clay .

232. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

116       i.   James Biss (born on 17 Mar 1795 PA. - died on 8 Feb 1872 in Indiana Co., Pennsylvania.)


233. Living

Living married Living

234. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

117       i.   Catherine Randall (born on 12 Apr 1808 Williamsport, Lycoming Co. PA. - died on 7 Apr 1882 in Indiana Co. Pennsylvania)


235. Living

Living married Living

236. Isaiah N Bartlebaugh was born in 1806 and died in 1880, at age 74.

Isaiah married Living

Children from this marriage were:

118       i.   Abner C Bartlebaugh (born on 1 Feb 1830 Cherry Tree PA. - died on 28 Sep 1922)

         ii.   John W Bartlebaugh (born on 19 Jun 1835 - died on 26 Jan 1922 in Banks Township PA.)

        iii.   Isaiah Jr Bartlebaugh (born in 1837 - died on 16 Oct 1915 , buried in Hillsdale PA.)

Isaiah next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Columbus Bartlebaugh (born in 1857)

         ii.   Corneleaus Bartlebaugh (born in 1859)

        iii.   Grant Bartlebaugh (born in 1865)

         iv.   Prisilla Bartlebaugh (born in 1872)

          v.   Matilda Bartlebaugh (born in 1874)


237. Living

Living married Isaiah N Bartlebaugh .

238. Joseph Spicher was born on 8 Nov 1800 in Somerset Co., Pennsylvania and died on 4 Mar 1888 in Indiana Co. Pennsylvania, at age 87.

Joseph married Living

Children from this marriage were:

119       i.   Elizabeth Spicher (born on 2 Mar 1826 Somerset Co. PA - died on 23 Dec 1922 in Indiana Penn)

         ii.  Living


239. Living

Living married Joseph Spicher .

240. Living

Living married Martha Patsy J Lassiter .

Children from this marriage were:

120       i.   Jason Carroll (born on 2 Oct 1818 North Carolina - buried in 1894 in Van Zandt Co, TX.)

         ii.   Nathan Carroll (born in 1816 N.C Camden Co.)

        iii.   Samuel Brown Carroll (born on 6 Feb 1822 North Carolina)

         iv.   Malcolm Carroll (born in 1826 - died on 27 Jan 1883)

          v.   Shadrack Jackson Carroll (born on 3 Jun 1827 Pike Co. Ala. - died on 20 Aug 1894 , buried in Bethel Baptist Church Banks Ala.)

         vi.   John Carroll (born about 1829 Ala. - died on 11 Dec 1863 in Look Out Mountain Tn.)

        vii.   Dooton Carroll (born about 1831)

       viii.   Martha Margaret Carroll (born on 8 Mar 1834 , Ala - died on 2 Feb 1892 in Pike Co. Ala.)

         ix.   Emeline Carroll (born about 1836 - died on 28 Sep 1866 in Pike Co. Ala.)

          x.   Sarah Ann Rhoda Carroll (born about 1838 - died on 10 Sep 1855 in Pike Co. Ala.)


241. Martha Patsy J Lassiter was born in 1797 and died on 14 Nov 1863 in Pike Co Ala., at age 66.

Martha married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Martha Margaret Carroll (born on 8 Mar 1834 , Ala - died on 2 Feb 1892 in Pike Co. Ala.)

         ii.   Emeline Carroll (born about 1836 - died on 28 Sep 1866 in Pike Co. Ala.)

        iii.   Sarah Ann Rhoda Carroll (born about 1838 - died on 10 Sep 1855 in Pike Co. Ala.)

Martha married John Carroll , son of Living and Martha Patsy J Lassiter . John was born about 1829 in Ala. and died on 11 Dec 1863 in Look Out Mountain Tn., about age 34.

General Notes: Dear brother tis with great pleasure that I am permitted to address you a few
lines in answer to youres which I rec'd a few days a go hoping these few lines
may come safe to hand an find you and youres well these lines leave me very un-
well my health has not been good since I left home I have bin to this place I
will give you a little austrey of our incampment and as before we are camped
near the Miss. river tis low flat and muddy the water is strong lime word is
very scarce we are in an open cornfield we have not had but 1 tent in our Co. the
best part of the winter untill a few days a go we drawd 6 Cents we had to Cake the
coa^Ld ranes snoes an whistling winds without shelter our dayet is corse corn i^ieal
beeaf and that of the porest kin some syriup and shugar that is the way we fare
hear I cant tel vou how a pore soaldier suffers I tel you Jason this ia no place
for a one eyd man I tel you' we boys gets rite low down in spunk but we soon
gac out of that we dril twice everyday there is all ways something torus to do
we are all wayd in motion very near day in knight when ever we gets so we
have nothing CO do this Will soon close dear brother I am dewing for
it Co close for -"fcls-no fun for me talking about this war is quite a different
thing from the reality of.it If I could Calk with you I could tel you a great
nany things thay woud open your 3yes we ara expecting a big fight hear if the
yanks under Cakes us hear we will give them the wost thrashing they ever got I
doant think they can ever charge over our bresc works hear we will throw buck
and ball at then so thick that they will be glad to get Co chare quarters I tel you
Jason we have got sorae fiting men thai; will stand square up and face the musick
there is very hevy fireing of cannon at Chis fflomenC has bin all day no!: very
far fro::' us on the river they have bin fireing everyday for a weak but not so
heavy as to day so I will say no -r.ors a bout it at Ch.-i present dear brother eel
Nathan I have not haard anything fronm James an, Martin tel him chat I will rite
to hi", as soon as I get any hearing frora them dear broyhar I want you Co rite
Co raa as Joon as you ;;ei: '-his aiTswcr ^iva me all che nusa wat ia going on in cH
Fika if you knew the pleasure ic giv.;s a pore soldier 0 raad a leCCar fro:, a
brother relative or friend you war-t shurely rita after br I was glad to hear that yoi.
had r:cre sals but was sorry too hear you had so much trouble getting it I wish
I had so:.ia':hing Co rite that would interest you the settle of our i-egf.-ian: is
not Very .-:ood at this time uncia Jo has bin rita sick but is better tal hettty
and all the children howdy for ice give than ny best respects next "ico. I r'ean
to 302 Cham all very bad tel Nathan that I will rite to hi::', soon I giva you
all the nuse wat is going hear I'arion is well at this time dear brother I './ant
to see this soon close we all want to get home reelly bad I think we will no
how appreciate our homes I was very glad to hear that brother Jack was not recruted
you have no eyedy how glad I was to hear of it so I n-us else by saying I will
ranain your loving brother as ever rita soon fale not John Carroll
to Jason carroll and family '
whom this you se remember me
Chough maney miles a part wa be
raay the lord bless us all and save us
is my sincere desire
good by ray dear brother an sister for this tine
John Carroll

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Marion W Carroll (born on 20 Aug 1840 Alabama - died on 6 Jun 1905)

Martha next married Living

242. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

121       i.   Henrietta (Hettie ) Mcclain (born on 24 Jan 1825 Georgia - died on 24 Aug 1896 in Vanzandt Co. TX)

         ii.   Ann Elizabeth Mcclain (born on 15 Jan 1827 Georgia - died on 16 Jun 1908 in Pike Co Ala.)


244. Peter Kuykendall, son of Jesse Kuykendall and Jennie Hall , was born on 13 Feb 1806 in North Carolina and died on 13 Feb 1879 in Rockwall Texas, at age 73.

Peter married Prudence Terry .

Children from this marriage were:

122       i.   Elijah Robinson Kuykendall (born on 14 Dec 1836 Jackson Tenn - died on 27 Nov 1920 in Vanzandt Co, TX)

         ii.   James Jefferson Kuykendall (born on 25 Sep 1827 Jackson Co, Tenn. - died on 29 Sep 1873 in Garden Valley, Smith Texas)

        iii.   Noah Hampton Kuykendall (born in 1831 Jackson Co Tenn)

         iv.   Mary Jane Kuykendall (born in 1834 Jackson Co Tenn - died in 1891 in Lindale, Smith Co.Texas)

          v.   Nancy Matilda Kuykendall (born in 1838 Jackson Co Tenn)

         vi.   Sarah Malinda. Kuykendall (born in 1840 Jackson Co Tenn)

        vii.   Lucy Elizabeth. Kuykendall (born in 1842 Jackson Co Tenn)

       viii.   Henrietta Caroline Kuykendall (born in 1844 Jackson Co Tenn)

         ix.   Erasmus Peter. Kuykendall (born in 1848 Jackson Co Tenn)

          x.   Matthew .Curtis. Kuykendall (born in 1849 Vanzandt Co, TX)

         xi.   William Kendrick Kuykendall (born on 31 Jan 1853 Garden Valley, Smith Texas - died on 4 Jul 1918 in Clyde--Calahan Texas)

        xii.   Jesse Hickman Kuykendall (born in 1832 Jackson Co Tenn)

Peter next married Living


245. Prudence Terry, daughter of James Terry and Mary Gooch , was born on 25 Sep 1810 in Jackson Co Tenn (Now Putman Co and died on 31 Jan 1869 in Benton Co Ark., at age 58.

Prudence married Peter Kuykendall .

246. Nathaniel Bratcher, son of John Bratcher and Living , was born in 1803 in Virginia.

General Notes: Martys Karry Out Korner
From: EdSlane@aol.com
To: kok@texhoma.net
Subject: Re: pictures
Date: Saturday, February 21, 1998 12:53 PM
In a message dated 98-02-21 13:56:16 EST, you write:
< Do you have anything on the Bratchers??? >
I have some info on Bratchers. (following is from my program)
FIRST GENERATION
1. Nancy "Nannie" Ann BRATCHER was born on 20 Jul 1842 in Kentucky. 1,2 Sh'
died on 20 Jul 1881 in Grand Saline, Van Zandt Co., Texas.1,3
SECOND GENERATION
2. Nathaniel S. BRATCHER was born about 1803 in Virginia.4 His birthdate is
derived from his age in the 1860 census.
He served as a Juror on 12 Nov 1849 in Buffalo, Van Zandt County,
Texas.5 This is the earliest record of his presence in Van Zandt Co. Since
the role of Juror was generally given to known and responsible members of the
community, this indicates that he was probably in the County for a year or
more before this date.
He appeared in the school census in 1854 in Van Zandt Co., Texas. The
state census of school children lists N. S. Bratcher, parent, and John A.,
Nancy, and William P. as his children.
He received a grant for 561 acres on 6 Jul 1855 in Van Zandt Co.,
Texas.6 "In the name of the State of Texas. To all to whom these presents
Shall come. Know ye I E.M. Pease - Governor of the State aforesaid by virtue
of the power vested in me by Law and in accordance with the Laws of Said State
in Such case made and provided do by these presents Grant to Nathaniel S.
Bratcher - his heirs or assigns forever Five hundred and Sixty one acres of
Land Situated and described as follows in Van Zandt County on the Waters of
Sabine River about 9 miles N 40' E from Canton by virtue of Certificate No
1072 issued by the Comissioner of Mercers Colony on the 18th day of June A D
1850 - Said Survey is No 195. Beginning at a Stake the N.S. corner of James
A Wright Survey from which a Post Oak bears S 32' W 9 8/10 varas (a Spanish
unit of measure ranging from 32 to 43 inches) Thence North with the East
Boundary Line of Mercers Colony 1200 varas to a Stake from which a Hickory
bears S 72' W 5 varas an other bears N 21' W 10 5/10 varas Thence West
2100 varas a Branch 2640 Varas to a Stake from which a Post Oak bears S 54' E
17-5/10 varas Thence South with the East Line of William Bundy's Survey
1200 varas to a stake from which a Post Oak bears N 29' E 3 varas another
beaars N 57'E 3 5/10 varas Thence East passing the N W Corner of J. A.
Wrights Survey and continuing with his North Line 2641 varas to the place of
Beginning. Hereby relinquishing to him the Said Nathaniel S. Bratcher -


From: DMartin850 <DMartin850@aol.com>
To: kok@texhoma.net
Subject: Re: wheelers
Date: Thursday, March 12, 1998 8:40 PM

A Nuncupative Will of N. S. Bratcher
A Late citzen of Van Zandt County Texas wich was made on word spoken by Said
Bratcher when he was in his proper mind in the presence of the undersigned
witnesses, on the 13th day of august A. D. 1862 which ware as follows to wits.
He Said to Mrs. Matilda Bratcher his wife, I make you my lawful heir to take
charge of all my land and other property to support yourself Raise and educate
your children and to pay off the debts as you can do not deed away one foot of
your land to any person except you want to sell out and move away. I want all
of my property at your death to be equally divided among my children. I want
no administration on my estate only my wife. I want her to be administrator of
my estate it is my wish that no action shall be had in the probate court in
the settlement of my estate. The above testominy words as the thereof was
spoken in our presence on the day and year above written .
witness by E. R. Kuykendall
I certify that E. R. Kuykendall sworn to and subcribed to the above.


Martys Karry Out Korner
From: DMartin850@aol.com
To: kok@texhoma.net
Subject: Re: Bratcher
Date: Sunday, February 22, 19984:19 PM
This time I will cover what I personally know of the Nathaniel and Matilda
Family and some thoughts on this family.
Nathaniel Shrewsbury Bratcher was born about1803 in Virgina (Per the 1860
Van Zandt Co. Census) He married Matilda Wheeler May 10 1836 in Adair Co.
Ky.(Nathaniel could read and write. Matilda on the other hand could not. She
alaways signed with an X) According to an old Van Zandt Co. Jury selection
Nathaniel was in the co. Proir to Nov. 12 1849. The case was Criminal State
vs. James L. Gosset, Nichlai Hanson charged with affray. (Taken from the book
SOME HISTORY OF VAN ZANDT COUNTY) Nathaniel Was Granted on his headright b;
the Mercer colony certificate no. 1072 June 18 1850. This certificate no.
contained two plats one 561 acres the other 79 acres. File no. 1872. The
school records for 1854-1855 list his school children as John A. Bratcher,
Nancy Bratcher, and Wm P Bratcher listed in dist, #4.
The 1860 census list the family as follows:
Bracher N. S. 87 or 57 M(Can't really tell) Farmer 822 1200
Va
Matilda 43 F
KY
W. P. 16 M U.S. Mail
Carrier 115 KY
Wheeler J. M. 5 M
TX
Listed in the next household of Sam Clay is James M. Bracher 7 M bn TX. (
James M. Bratcher is a child of Matilda and Nathaniel Bracher. I believe he
was just visiting the Clay's and somehow got enumaterated with the family!
Deed records where the children sold of the land to William Bracher after the
death of Matilda list him as a receipent.) John A. Bracher is listed as living
alone 20 M Student personal property valued at 60 and bn in KY. What happened
to John A. ? (I can't prove it but I think that he joined the civil war and
never returned!) He is'nt listed as a reciepent of land or money after the
death of Nathaniel. James Wheeler we believe is a child of Benjamine Wheeler.
(Per old stories) (Get Ed Slane to tell you that one)

Family stories say that Benjamin Wheeler was a postman, he would be gone for several days. On returning from a trip he found his young son alone and crying. No sighn of Benjamins wife was ever found. I believe aunt Nannie Collins raised him, but will have to verify this.

William Paxton Bratcher joined the conferate calvery first Sept. 25 1862 in
Quitman. He must have gotten word that his father was dieing and went home
because also listed a joining Feb. 01 1862 Camp McKnight. Was discharged Nov.
12 1863. at Meridan Miss. on account of disability from cronic inflamation on
the Liver. (Per pension app. ofAmanda Bracher) William First Married Laura
Lucinda Curtis (Daughter of Henry Curtis and Subrina Moore) June 1 1865 ,
Second married Fannie E. Hoard Dec, 24 1879, Third married Amanda Everage Feb.
14 1884. Each wife died before he remarried. Only one child by the second
wife!
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Noted events in his life were:

Will:

Nathaniel married Living

Children from this marriage were:

123       i.   Nancy Ann Bratcher (born on 20 Jul 1842 Adair Co. Kentucky - died on 20 Jul 1881 in An Abandoned Cemetery Between)

         ii.   John A Bratcher (born in 1840 Kentucky)

        iii.   William Paxton Bratcher (born on 1 Feb 1844 Kentucky)

         iv.   Nathaniel S Bratcher (born on 7 May 1850 Van Zandt Co TX - died on 20 Apr 1898 in Van Zandt Co. TX.)


247. Living

Living married Nathaniel Bratcher .

248. Dempsey(Sykes) Sikes was born on 24 Mar 1795 in North Carolina and died before 1870 in Ogden Rhea Co Tenn.

Dempsey(Sykes) married Living

Children from this marriage were:

124       i.   Joseph Sikes (born in 1837 Polk Co. Tenn. - died in 1898 in Delta Co. Texas)

         ii.   Lodrick Sheppard Sikes (born on 26 Jul 1841 Meigs Co. Tenn - died after 1906 in Rhea Co. Tenn)

        iii.   John Sikes (born on 8 Mar 1824 Camden Co. N.C. - died on 29 Jan 1913 in St. Francis Co. MO.)

         iv.   Nancy Sikes (born on 12 Nov 1827 N.C Camden Co. - died on 11 Dec 1897 in Arkansas)

          v.   Charlotte Sikes (born in 1823 N.C.)

         vi.   William Marion Sikes (born in 1830 Camden Co NC. - died in 1901 in San Saba Co. Texas)

        vii.   Smith Sikes (born in 1832 Polk Co. Tenn)

       viii.   Mary Elizabeth Sikes (born on 2 May 1823 Fannes, Camden Co N.C. - died on 9 May 1895 in West Little Rock, Pulaski Co. Ark.)

         ix.   Dempsey Sikes (born in 1825 Camden Co. N. C.)

          x.   Anna Sikes (born in 1839 Polk Co. Tenn)


249. Living

Living married Dempsey(Sykes) Sikes .

250. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

125       i.   Mary Clementine Acrey (born in 1840 Tn. - died in 1913 in Van Zandt Co TX)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living


251. Living

Living married Living

252. Robert Allison was born in 1787 in Laurens S C.

Robert married Living

Children from this marriage were:

126       i.   Henderson Ellison (born on 23 May 1837 Tenn - died on 23 Jun 1881 in Delta Co, TX.)

         ii.   Asenath Ellison (born in 1825 S.C.)

        iii.   Phoebe Ellison (born in 1826 S.C.)

         iv.   Malvina Ellison (born in 1829 S.C.)

          v.   Martha Ellison (born in 1831 Tenn)

         vi.   Elliott Ellison (born in 1833 Tenn)

        vii.   Isabella Ellison (born in 1836 Tenn)

       viii.   Henry Ellison (born in 1843 Stephens Co. Okla.)


253. Living

Living married Robert Allison .

254. James (Jim) Meeks, son of Living and Keziah Thigpen , was born about 1812 in Edgecomb Co. N. C.

James married Mary Crowson on 17 Jul 1841.

Children from this marriage were:

127       i.   Sarah J Meeks (born on 20 Aug 1842 Ala. - died on 4 Apr 1916 in Delta Co, TX.)

         ii.   Alfred Meeks (born in 1843 Ala.)

        iii.   Susan C Meeks (born in 1844 Mississippi)

         iv.   Mary A Meeks (born in 1849 Mississippi)

          v.   James R Meeks (born in 1853 Mississippi)

         vi.   Theo M Meeks (born in 1854 Mississippi)

        vii.   John H Meeks (born in 1858 Mississippi)


255. Mary Crowson was born in 1823 in S. C. Or Ala.

Mary married James (Jim) Meeks on 17 Jul 1841.



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256. Absolom Hurst, son of John Hurst and Living , was born about 1738 and died in 1820 in Wythe Co Virginia, about age 82.

Absolom married Living

Children from this marriage were:

128       i.   John Hurst (died in 1820 in Wythe Co. Virginia)

133      ii.   Winifred Hurst (born in 1770)

        iii.  Living

         iv.   William Big(Brindle) Bill Hurst (born in 1779 - died on 15 Dec 1860)

          v.   Mark Hurst (born in 1780)

         vi.   Thomas Hurst (born in 1782)

        vii.   Elizabeth Hurst (born in 1782)

       viii.   Jerimiah Hurst (born in 1795 - died on 1 Dec 1854)


257. Living

Living married Absolom Hurst .

266. Absolom Hurst, son of John Hurst and Living , was born about 1738 and died in 1820 in Wythe Co Virginia, about age 82.

267. Living

268. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

134       i.   Francis Fugate (born in 1776 VA. - died after 1850)

         ii.   France Elizabeth Fugate (born in 1778)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.   Randolph Fugate (, died in Prob Smith Co. Texas)

        vii.   Reuben Fugate (born in 1789 Wythe Co. VA - , died in Monroe Co. Missouri)

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living


269. Living

Living married Living

274. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

137       i.   Martha Patsy Slinker (born about 1750)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living


276. George Phillips, son of Tobias (1) Phillips and Hannah , was born in 1728 in Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.

George married Hannah Goad about 1749 in Richmod Co. Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

138       i.   Tobias Phillips (born on 25 Jan 1750)

         ii.   Sarah Phillips (born on 11 Jul 1753 Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)

        iii.   Frances Phillips (born on 20 Dec 1755 Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)

         iv.   George Jr. Phillips (born on 20 Mar 1758 Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)

          v.   William Phillips (born on 7 Oct 1760 Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)


277. Hannah Goad, daughter of Abraham 11 Goad and Living , was born on 7 Apr 1732 and died after 1760.

Hannah married George Phillips about 1749 in Richmod Co. Virginia.

278. Jonathan Jennings was born about 1725 in Mercer Co. Kentucky.

Jonathan married Diannah Bobbitt .

Children from this marriage were:

139       i.   Margaret Peggy Jennings (born about 1749)

         ii.   William Jennings (born on 16 Dec 1750)

        iii.  Living

         iv.   Edmond Jennings (born in 1751 - died on 6 Dec 1840)

          v.   Susanna Jennings (born in 1774)


279. Diannah Bobbitt, daughter of James Bobbitt and Elizabeth Dalton , was born in 1730 and died in 1795, at age 65.

Diannah married Jonathan Jennings .

296. Joseph Tarpelin Dorough, son of Abner B. Dorough and Living , was born on 5 Oct 1708 in James City VA.

Joseph married Living

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

148      ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living


297. Living

Living married Joseph Tarpelin Dorough .

Living next married (name unknown).


320. James Jr. Muse was born about 1733 in Prince William Co. Va.

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\cellx9360\pard\intbl\sb100\sa100\f0\fs24 James Muse Jr. was a captain of light horse in McDonalds Tory army." Source: "History of Moore Co, NC" by Blackwell P. Robinson\line\line The Children of James and Charity Muse are proven by will. Will of James Muse, 10 June 1780, proved 19 Jan 1782, Cumberland Co, NC.\line\line Excerpted from "Miscellaneous Ancient Records of Moore County, N. C." by Rassie E Wicker published in 1971, pp. 323-324: "MUSE--James Muse, Sr. came down from Virginia and settled on the south side of Deep River, above the mouth of McLendon's Creek in 1755, upon a tract of land purchased of James Barton. He died here, his will being dated 30 March, 1758. He lists James, Thomas and Daniel as his sons. James (Jr.) and perhaps all his brothers came down on McLendon's Creek in the vicinity of Carthage. James, the most active of these, immediately began the entry of many tracts of land on McLendon's Creek, Killet's Creek and that general area, and purchased others. In February, 1776, he joined the "McDonald" Army, and was captured at Moore's Creek. He eluded his captors somewhere on their trek to Philadelphia, and returned home. He evidently took the oath, as he remained in the county afterwards. His wife, Charity, believed by the writer to be Charity Dickerson (this is an error, as James Muse married Charity Brazille), the daughter of Robert Dickerson, who was a near neighbor of the elder James Muse's family on Deep River, was awarded by the Moore Court, the Cross Hill house and lands which James, Jr had sold to Dr. Alexander Morrison, and which was confiscated on account of Morrison's part in McDonald's Army. It is the writer's opinion that she made this place her home during her latter days. Jesse Muse, son of James, Jr, married a daughter of George Glasscock, and seems to be the ancestor of the Carthage branch of the family. The exact location of James Jr's home has long eluded a long search by the writer. It was probably at or near the present crossing of NC Rt. 27 of McLendon's and Killet's Creeks."\line\line The Will Of James Muse, Jnr.\line\line In the name of God amin\line\line I James Muse of the County of Cumberland and province of North Carolina, planter in perfect health of body and memory thanks to God, calling unto Mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my lastwill and testament. That is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul to God that gave it and my body I recommend to earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of myexecutors, Nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same by the mighty power of God. And as Touching suchthings as Worldly estate therewith it has pleased God to bless me within this life I give and devise and dispose of in the following mannerand form.\line\line First I lend to Charity, my beloved wife, the manor house and plantation wherein I now live with all the household furniture and stock of all kind to be kept for the use of the family and schooling the children after her decease, the household furniture and stock tobe sold at pubic sail with 12 months credit with approved security and the money thence arising to be equally divided amongst all my children except my son Daniel and James and my daughter Ferriba which has already received their full part of the household goods and stock.\line\line Item I give to my son Daniel Muse, three hundred acres of land by the name of the front land and one hundred fifty acres joyning that same called the spring land with that I have already given him to be hisfull part of my estate. Likewise, I give and bequeath to my son, James Muse, the plantation where one he now lives and the land there unto belonging and 150 acres joyning called striblings folly with what I have already given him to be his full part of my estate. [Note Stribling reference: A descendant has a link to a Stribling]\line\line Item I give and bequeath unto my son, Jesse Muse, the old plantation with the land thereunto belonging and 150 acres joyning above the cain patch and one stone horse called Roebuck, saddle and bridle, and that to be his full part of my estate.\line\line Item I give and bequeath to my daughter, Ferriba Seale, the 200 acresof land she now lives on and negro girl called Chloe with what I havealready given her to be her full part of my estate.\line\line Item I give and bequeath unto my son Thos Muse one hundred and fifty acres of land at the mouth of mill swamp taken up by Charles Seale andone hundred and fifty acres between John Howell's and My old place with one gelding called Rainbow, saddle and bridle, and that to be his full part of my estate.\line\line Item I give and bequeath to my daughter, Mary Muse, one negro girlcalled Venis to be delivered to her at the age of sixteen or the dayof her marriage.\line\line Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Charity Muse, one negro girl named Rachel to be delivered to her at the age of sixteen or theday of her marriage.\line\line Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Ludda, 200 acres of land joyning Anthony Seale of Virginia and the next child the negro woman Pen shall Bear to be delivered to her at the age of sixteen or day of marriage.\line\line Item I give and bequeath to my daughter, Elizabeth, 150 acres of land on the mill swamp joyning Anthony Seale and taken up by Anthony Seale of Virginia and 300 acres of land on the road joyning Morrison land to be delivered to her at the age of sixteen or the day of her marriage.\line\line Item I give and bequeath to my son, Kindred Muse, the Manor plantation whereon I now live and at his mother's death and the Land thereunto belonging and privilege to build on any part of the land not interrupting his mother.\line\line Item I give and bequeath to my daughter, Martha Muse, one negro girl named Luce to be delivered to her at the age of sixteen or day ofmarriage.\line\line It is my desire that my beloved wife shall have the use of negro Joand negro Pen during her Natural life and after her death them with all their not named increase to be sold and the money to be Equally divided Between all my children that is then alive.\line\line It is also my desire . . . (illegible is assumed to read: that uponthe death of my children without) . . . a lawful heir their estate shall be sold and the money equally divided between all my children that is then alive.\line\line It is also my desire that when any of my children shall marry that their mother shall give them what she thinks proper and have it valued and take a receipt for the same that may be had at a final settlement after her death.\line\line And I do Constitute, Make, and ordain My dearly beloved wife, Charity Muse, and my loving sons, Daniel and Jesse Muse, Executrix andExecutors of this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterlydisallow, Revoke, and disannull all and every other former testaments, wills, legacies, bequests, Executions by me . . . (words blurred) . .. before named willed or bequeather ratifying and confirming this mylast will and testament.\line\line In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my sealthis 10th day of June 1780.\line\line Signed sealed pronounced and James Muse declared by the sd James Museas his Seal last will and testament in the presence ofeach other have hereunto subscribed our names. John Howell Hannah Dean\line\line\cell\row\pard\sb100\sa100\par
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James married Living

Children from this marriage were:

160       i.  Living


321. Living

Living married James Jr. Muse .

336. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

168       i.  Living


337. Living

Living married Living

338. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

169       i.  Living


339. Living

Living married Living

348. Louis Mcclendon, son of Dennis Mcclendon and Living , was born in 1763 in N.C. and died in 1844 in Putman Co, GA. According To Will, at age 81.

Louis married Living

Children from this marriage were:

174       i.  Living

         ii.   Dennis Mcclendon (born in 1808 Putman Co. GA.)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living


349. Living

Living married Louis Mcclendon .

400. John Tankersley was born about 1750 in Caroline Co. Va and died in 1807 in Columbia Co. Ga, about age 57.

General Notes: . John2 Tankersley (Joseph1) was born Abt. 1750 in prob. Caroline Co., VA, and died 1807 in Columbia Co., GA. He married (1) Unknown Abt. 1770 in Virginia. She was born in prob. Virginia, and died Abt. 1780 in prob. Spotsylvania Co., VA. He married (2) Susannah Cammack Abt. 1780 in Spotsylvania Co,, VA. She was born Bet. 1750 - 1760 in prob. Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died Aft. 1812 in prob. Columbia Co., GA.

Notes for John Tankersley:
John Tankersley was the leader of the Tankersley migration from Virginia to Columbia County, Georgia. His branch of the Tankersleys can be traced from Caroline County, Virginia and later to Spotsylvania County where several members of his family moved. John was apparently a son of Joseph Tankersley of Caroline and Spotsylvania Counties, with the two men linked together in court transactions when John was appointed guardian of two of Joseph's children, Lucy and Betsy, in 1778, by their choice.(1) These two sisters moved to South Carolina with their husbands and lived across the Georgia-South Carolina border from their Tankersley relatives.

A John Tankersley first appeared in Caroline County Order Books in a transaction dated 15 February 1765, at the same time that Joseph is mentioned as Richard Tankersley, Sr.'s son.(2) This could have been the John in question or not because there were several John Tankersleys in the area. Since John had already bought his own land in Spotsylvania Co., Va. in 1776 and since he served as a Captain in the Spotsylvania Militia during the Revolution, it seems safe to assume that he was born around 1750. He resigned from the militia in Spotsylvania in 1781.(3)

We must assume that John had a wife before his known marriage to Susannah Cammack. When Susannah's father, William Cammack, died in Spotsylvania Co. in 1783, John and Susannah were both mentioned in his will as well as William's grandchildren, John and Betsy Tankersley.(4) We know for sure that John's daughter Susan was born in 1776 and son William B. was born in 1777, and they were not mentioned.(5) Some of John's other children could have been born before his marriage to Susannah Cammack, because we are not sure of any of their birth dates. If he was born around 1750, he could have been married around 1770 and could have had four or five children before his second marriage. The eleven children listed below are not necessarily in the correct order due to the lack of records that give their ages. The last two children were listed on some census records so that their ages could be approximated.

John owned over 400 acres and 15 slaves in 1783 and grew tobacco and cotton.(6) He and Susannah sold 422 acres in Spotsylvania in 1784 and moved to the Georgia frontier.(7) John's brother, George Green Tankersley, and another brother and sister-in-law, Joseph and Catherine Buckner Tankersley, sold 440 acres in Spotsylvania in 1786, and later showed up in Georgia, so it appears that they followed their brother John.(8)

The Creek Indians ceded three million acres of land to the state of Georgia in 1783, the same year that the Revolutionary War ended. This land became very important in paying veterans for their military service and in running the government. Bounty land grants of 287 1/2 acres were made to veterans, and head right warrants of 1000 acres were also available. The state needed more settlers in the area to provide protection from the Creeks, who killed 82 people along the Oconee River between 1787 and 1789, as well as wounding 129, capturing 146, torching 89 houses and stealing livestock and slaves.(9)

This newly-opened frontier in Georgia covered 170 miles. Washington County had been created in 1784, and part of it was used to form Greene County in 1786. Then Hancock County was formed in 1793 from Washington, and parts of Hancock and and Washington became Baldwin County in 1802.(10) Land was changing counties as the boundaries moved, so that John Tankersley may be found in the land records of Washington, Greene, and Hancock Counties.

We know from several sources that John Tankersley received a headright warrant of 1000 acres in what was then Washington Co., Ga.(11) To receive land, each applicant had to appear before the land court made up of justices of the peace in the county where he wanted to live. He made an oath stating the size of his family and number of slaves, and the court provided a warrant of survey. The county surveyor would then lay out his land, keeping a copy of the plat and sending a copy to the Surveyor General. The applicant then had to live on the land for a year and cultivate at least three percent of it. This entitled him to go to the Governor's office for his grant, pay the purchase price and fees, and the grant would be recorded.(12)

This would explain why John Tankersley's land is listed in several sets of records for Washington County with different dates. The earliest date was in Surveyor Plat Book A for 1784 with "Warrants dated 17 May 1784" written on the plat.(13) "A List of Warrants issued in the County of Washington 1784-1787" shows "John Tankersley, 1000 ac. Headright Warrant" under warrants issued on August 2, 1785.(14) This later date may have been after he lived on the land for one year and the grant was recorded. A remnant tax digest from 1785 for Capt. Douglass' District showed John Tankersley with 9 1/2 polls (heads), 19 slaves, 1000 acres on the Oconee River in Washington County.(15) Rules for the Headright Warrants stated that each man was entitled to 200 acres as his own head-right plus an additional 50 acres for his wife, each child and each slave, with 1000 acres as the maximum allowed. From these records and from Spotsylvania Co. records, the time of their move can be approximated. John and Susannah "of Spotsylvania County" sold their land in Dec 1784. Considering the other tax records, the Tankersleys moved to the Georgia frontier sometime during 1785.

Spotsylvania County, Va. records include an entry dated 7 Nov 1786, in which Joseph and George Green Tankersley, John's brothers, sold 440 acres in Spotsylvania. Part of this could have been the land their father Joseph Sr. bought twenty years before.(16) One month later on 30 Dec 1786, John is referred to as "John Tankersley of Richmond County" which later became Columbia Co., showing he was living in the Columbia area by that date.(17) It is possible that John's brothers came to live on the Washington County property while John was setting up another plantation in the Richmond-Columbia Counties area. George and Joseph did not show up in Greene and Hancock records, but it does appear that John maintained ownership of his land from 1787 through his death. An 1804 Tax Digest for Hancock County listed Robert and William Tankersley in Kinchin's District, and these two could have been John's sons.(18) The Georgia Land Lottery Drawers in 1805 included the three brothers, George, Joseph and John in Columbia as well as William in Columbia and Robert in Richmond County.(19)

When John died in 1807, he owned several tracts of land that were later sold. In the Augusta Chronicle of March 26, 1808, the sale was advertised as the real estate of John Tankersley, late of the county deceased being in the counties of Columbia and Hancock, alias Baldwin.(20) In 1803 Baldwin County had been formed adjacent to Hancock with the Oconee River running in between. From all this evidence, we may conclude that John maintained at least part of his original Georgia land, perhaps leaving the management of the land to his sons William and Robert at various times, possibly his son John Jr. who had been mentioned in the Cammack will. John Jr. has not been found in Columbia records, but the elder John was referred to as John Sr. in a court document regarding his daughter Eleanor.(21) I have tried to locate John Sr.'s land since we have the information that it was in "Hancock, alias Baldwin" by 1807. The plat map dated 1784 showed the southern boundary of his 1000 acres as a straight section of the Oconee River. There is an area of Baldwin that borders Hancock and Washington Counties with the Oconee running through it, close to the present town of Milledgeville, Georgia. The Tankersley land could have been in this area.

At the time of his death, John also owned 290 acres on Little River as well as 348-acre and 500-acre tracts on Keg Creek in Columbia County, Ga. He was living on the second Keg Creek tract when he died in 1807.(22) When the administrators of John's estate, son William Brooks Tankersley, and son-in-law Dred Pace, were granted leave to auction off this real estate on December 20, 1809, William B. was the high bidder. An inventory of his personal estate was registered on June 28, 1808, showing 38 slaves, horses, oxen, cattle, pigs, sheep, geese, beehives, cotton, corn, potatoes, and tobacco as well as household items and tools. All of these personal items totalled $14,367 in value.(23)

Sources: (1) Caroline County, Virginia Orders 1777-1780, v. 11, p. 98.
(2)Dorman, John Frederick, Abst. and compiled. Caroline Co., Va. Order Book 1764-65, Washington, DC, 1989, p. 61.
(3)Crozier, William Armstrong, Virginia County Records, vol. 1, Spotsylvania County 1721-1800, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1971, p. 523. (4)Crozier, p. 39.
(5) Tombstone data verified by Joseph J. Tankersley.
(6) Virginia Tax Records, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982, p. 355.
(7) Crozier, p. 384. (8) Crozier, p. 404.
(9) Turner, Freda R., Abst., Greene County, Georgia Land Records, Deeds 1785-1810, Fernandina Beach, FL: Wolfe Publishing, 1997, intro. pages.
(10) Turner, introduction.
(11)Marie De Lamar & Elisabeth Rothstein, comp. Records of Washington County, Georgia, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985, p. 22. (12) De Lamar, p. 1-2.
(13) Dwyer, Clifford S., comp. Washington County, Georgia Surveyor Plat Book A, 1784, Gainesville, Florida, p. 245.
(14) Mary Bondurant Warren and Jack Moreland Jones, Washington County, Ga. Land Warrants, 1784-1787, Athens, GA: Heritage Papers, 1992, p. 36.
(15) Davidson, Grace Gillam, Abst. and compiled, Early Records of Georgia, vol. 1, Wilkes County, Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1992, p. 42.
(16)Crozier, p. 404. (17) Crozier, p. 403.
(18) An Index to Georgia Tax Digests, 1804-1806, R. J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation, Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Co., 1986, p. 85.
(19) 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Transcribed by Virginia S. Wood and Ralph V. Wood. Cambridge: Greenwood Press, 1964, p. 338.
(20) Augusta Chronicle for March 26, 1808 on microfilm at Clayton Library, Houston, TX.
(21) Columbia County Day Book, 1813-1821, Court House, Appling, Ga.
(22)Records of Columbia Co., Ga, housed in vault in the Probate Judge's office, copied by Joseph J. Tankersley.
(23) Court of the Ordinary Records, Columbia Co. Ga. Inventory of the Estate of John Tankersley dec'd, extracted by Joseph J. Tankersley.)

John married Susan Brooks in 1780 in Caroline Co. Va.

Children from this marriage were:

200       i.   William Brooks Tankersley (born in 1782 Spotsylvania Co. Va. - died on 21 Sep 1855 in Columbia Co. Ga)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living


401. Susan Brooks was born about 1765 in Caroline Co. Va.

Susan married John Tankersley in 1780 in Caroline Co. Va.

404. Charles B Clay, son of Charles Clay and Unknown , was born in 1761 in Amelia Co. Va.

Charles married Mary Hawks on 18 Oct 1786 in Amelia Co. Va.

Children from this marriage were:

202       i.   Jesse Clay (born in 1788 Amelia Co. Va)


405. Mary Hawks was born about 1766 in Amelia Co. Va.

Mary married Charles B Clay on 18 Oct 1786 in Amelia Co. Va.

472. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

236       i.   Isaiah N Bartlebaugh (born in 1806 - died in 1880)

         ii.  Living


473. Living

Living married Living

474. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

237       i.  Living

         ii.  Living


475. Living

Living married Living

476. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

238       i.   Joseph Spicher (born on 8 Nov 1800 Somerset Co., Pennsylvania - died on 4 Mar 1888 in Indiana Co. Pennsylvania)


478. Daniel Wampler was born on 27 Apr 1770 in Maryland.

Daniel married Catharine Champano. in 1802 in Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

239       i.  Living


479. Catharine Champano. was born on 23 Jan 1784 in Maryland and died on 13 Sep 1860 in Pennsylvania, at age 76.

Catharine married Daniel Wampler in 1802 in Maryland.

480. James Carroll, son of William Carroll and Living , was born in 1765 and died on 16 May 1834 in Johnston Co. N C, at age 69.

Noted events in his life were:

Pension Application: Applied for Revolutionary War Pensin1832
Rhoda was allowed Pension 9/20/1858
Records from National Archives.
James was a Revolutionary War Soldier.
He enlisted 7/8 months before the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown and served for 10 mo.and about 10 days as private with the N.C. troops under Captain Folsom and Col. Raiford.
He was allowed pension on his application dated 8/29/1832 at which ime he was 67 years old, living in Johnston Co. North Carolina.

Place: From the Genealogy Register, Sept 1961Vol.3
Away up in the state famous fro Turpentine, persimmons and hardy manhood, lived James Carroll, a pioneer and Revolutionary Patriot....."noble sons and pretty daughters".... include Major James Carroll, Rueben Carroll, John Carroll, Sallie wife of Levi Stephens& Rebecca wife of Daniel Johnson.
James lived in Sampson Co. in 1828. Maj. James Carroll and brothert John came to old Richmond in what was then Henry Co., Ala. Returned to N. C. where John remained until 1830 when he returned to the Fitch Place at Clay Hill in Pike Co. Had 8 son and 4 daughters and died in 1833. David and Rueben Carrolland Johnson Godwin came to Ala. and stopped at Clay Hill until July then moved to about Ozark. In 1836 James Carroll Sr. died in N.C.In Dec. following the widow in company of Major James Jr. his wife., Levi Stephens and wife, Sallie and her unmarried daughter Rebecca (later married Daniel Johnson)came to Dale Co, 1/03/1837

James married Sarah Ann Rhodie Stevenson on 30 Jan 1792.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   David Carroll (born on 14 Feb 1800 N.C. - died on 28 Nov 1864 in Dale Co. Ala)

         ii.   Reuben Carroll (born in 1803 N.C Camden Co.)

        iii.   Obedience (Beady) Carroll (born about 1804)

         iv.   Major James Carroll (born on 13 Sep 1805 N.C Camden Co. - died on 18 Aug 1878 in Dale Co. Ala)

          v.   Sarah Sallie Carroll (born in 1816 N.C. - died after 1880 in Dale Co. Ala)

         vi.   Rhoda Carroll (born on 16 Mar 1818 N.C Camden Co. - died on 12 May 1896 in Pima, Graham, Arizona)

        vii.   Rebecca Carroll (born on 12 Aug 1822 N.C Camden Co. - died on 20 Jun 1888 in Dale Co. Ala)

       viii.   Margaret Carroll (born in 1794 - died cir 1836)

240      ix.  Living


481. Sarah Ann Rhodie Stevenson was born on 1 Jan 1792 and died on 1 Jan 1858-1860 in Possibly Dale Co. Ala, at age 66.

Sarah married James Carroll on 30 Jan 1792.

482. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

241       i.   Martha Patsy J Lassiter (born in 1797 - died on 14 Nov 1863 in Pike Co Ala.)


488. Jesse Kuykendall, son of Peter Kuykendall and Living , was born in 1760 in N.C. and died in 1834 in Jackson Tenn, at age 74.

Jesse married Jennie Hall on 27 Jun 1802 in Lincoln N. C.

Children from this marriage were:

244       i.   Peter Kuykendall (born on 13 Feb 1806 North Carolina - died on 13 Feb 1879 in Rockwall Texas)

         ii.   Jennie Kuykendall (born in 1803)

        iii.   Mary(Polly) Kuykendall (born about 1804)

         iv.   James Matthew Kuykendall (born in 1803)

          v.   Elizabeth Kuykendall (born about 1805)

         vi.   Noah Hampton Kuykendall (born on 21 May 1811 Tennessee - died on 6 Sep 1893 in Cookville, Putman Tenn)

        vii.   Jesse Young Kuykendall (born in 1820 Tennessee - died in 1866 in Benton Co Ark)


489. Jennie Hall was born about 1756 in North Carolina.

Jennie married Jesse Kuykendall on 27 Jun 1802 in Lincoln N. C.

490. James Terry was born about 1770 in N.C Camden Co. and died about 1828 in Jackson Tenn, about age 58.

James married Mary Gooch in Granville N.C.

Children from this marriage were:

245       i.   Prudence Terry (born on 25 Sep 1810 Jackson Co Tenn (Now Putman Co - died on 31 Jan 1869 in Benton Co Ark.)

         ii.   William Terry (born on 25 Sep 1793 Granville N.C.)

        iii.   Joseph Terry (born on 29 Mar 1794 Granville N.C. - died on 20 Aug 1871 in Jackson Tenn)

         iv.   Mary Terry (born on 25 Mar 1796 Granville N.C.)

          v.   Francis" Frank" Terry (born on 8 Jan 1798 Granville N.C. - died on 2 Mar 1879 in Little Coon, Jackson Alabama)

         vi.   Sarah Terry (born on 10 Jul 1800 Granville N.C. - died on 6 Feb 1861 in Jackson Tenn)

        vii.   Curtis Terry (born in 1803 Granville N.C. - died about 1883 in Jackson Tenn)

       viii.   Henrietta Terry (born in 1805 Granville N.C.)

         ix.   Nancy Ann Terry (born on 19 Jun 1808 Granville N.C. - died in 1886 in Jackson Tenn)

          x.   James G Terry (born in 1812 Tennessee)

         xi.   John Terry (born on 19 Jun 1815 Tennessee - died on 14 Dec 1886 in Jackson Tenn)

        xii.   Lucinda Terry (born in 1819 Tennessee)


491. Mary Gooch was born about 1775 in North Carolina and died about 1832 in Jackson Co Tenn, about age 57.

Mary married James Terry in Granville N.C.

492. John Bratcher, son of John Bratcher and Living , was born about 1760 in Virginia.

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

246       i.   Nathaniel Bratcher (born in 1803 Virginia)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.   Judith Bratcher (born in 1792 Virginia)

         ix.   John Bratcher (born about 1813)

          x.   Simeon Bratcher (born in 1821 Kentucky - died in 1879 in Gentry Co Missouri)


493. Living

Living married John Bratcher .

494. Archiles Wheeler Jr, son of Archiles Wheeler and Living , was born about 1786 in Virginia.

General Notes:
Name: Archelaus WHEELER Given Name: Archelaus Surname: Wheeler NSFX: Jr Title: Jr Sex: M Birth: 1778 in Buckingham Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle And Lunenburg Co., 'S) Death: After 1850 Event: Census Records Note:
1) 1860 Census of Adair Co., KY. by Michael C. Watson. 1988
Dist. # 1, 221.
WHEELER, Archelaus - 83 Bedford Co., VA - farming ---/250
WHEELER, Catharine - 78 Lincolin Co., KY hk
WHEELER, Isabella - 35 Adair Co., KY hk
Event: Children Note:
This was found on an Internet site but I found no evidence of a Jane Wheeler born to Archelaus Wheeler Sr/Jr.
The Lost Marriage Bonds Of Adair Co. Ky. 1840-1870 N-S
ROYCE,- HIRAM, over 21, and JANE WHEELER, dau of Archelaus, bond dated 4 Sept 1843, surety Archelaus Wheeler.
1 Change Date: 15 Mar 2002 at 09:43

Father: Archelaus WHEELER b: 1745 in Buckingham Co., VA (Formed 1761 From Albemarle Co)
Mother: Mildred LYLE b: 1758 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )

Marriage 1 Katherine RIDGELY
Married: 10 Feb 1807 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Change Date: 31 Jul 2002
Children
Synthia WHEELER b: 1808 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Mariah WHEELER b: 1815 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Matilda WHEELER b: 17 Apr 1818 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Milly Ann WHEELER b: 1818 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Isabella WHEELER b: 1821 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
John Butler WHEELER b: 1 Jan 1822 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Nathaniel S. WHEELER b: 1827 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Mary E. WHEELER b: Abt 1828 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Jane WHEELER b: 1808

Sources:

Abbrev: Internet Website
Page: http://www.angelfire.com/ky2/Libbysgenealogy/pg4.html
Quality: 3
Date: 15 Mar 2002

Archiles married Catherine Ridgley on 10 Feb 1807 in Adair Co KY.

Children from this marriage were:

247       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living


495. Catherine Ridgley was born about 1788 in Adair Co KY.

Catherine married Archiles Wheeler Jr on 10 Feb 1807 in Adair Co KY.

496. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

248       i.   Dempsey(Sykes) Sikes (born on 24 Mar 1795 In North Carolina - died before 1870 in Ogden Rhea Co Tenn)

         ii.   Abner Sikes (born about 1790)


497. Living

Living married Living

506. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

253       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living


507. Living

Living married Living

508. Living

Living married Keziah Thigpen .

Children from this marriage were:

254       i.   James (Jim) Meeks (born about 1812 Edgecomb Co. N. C)

         ii.   Susan Mercer Meeks (born on 13 Feb 1818 Edgecomb Co. N. C - died on 1 May 1884 in Antioch, Tate Miss)

        iii.   Riley Meeks (born on 27 Sep 1811 Edgecomb Co. N. C - died on 21 Dec 1886 in Hale AL.)

         iv.   Gatsy Meeks (born about 1814 Edgecomb Co. N. C - died on 26 Jul 1870 in Hale AL.)

          v.  Living

         vi.   Gilbert Nathan Meeks (born about 1825 Edgecomb Co. N. C)

        vii.   James Wiley Thomas Meeks (born on 2 Jun 1831 Hale AL - died on 8 Mar 1906 in Hale AL.)


509. Keziah Thigpen, daughter of Joseph Thigpen and Susannah Bullock , was born on 13 Mar 1787 in Green Co. N. C and died on 1 Nov 1871 near Greensboro, Hale Co. AL, at age 84.

Keziah married Living



previous  Tenth Generation  next




512. John Hurst, son of Henry Hurst and Living , was born on 9 Jan 1699 in England and died in 1800 in Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA., at age 101.

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

256       i.   Absolom Hurst (born about 1738 - died in 1820 in Wythe Co Virginia)

         ii.   Elijah Hurst (born in 1730)

        iii.   Thomas Hurst (born in 1733)

         iv.   John"Mill Creek" Hurst (born in 1735)

          v.  Living


513. Living

Living married John Hurst .

536. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

268       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Josiah Fugate (born in 1737 Orange Co. VA. - died on 24 Mar 1824 in Ralls Co. MO.)

         iv.   James Fugate (born on 29 Mar 1755 Shenandoah Co. VA. - died in 1846)

          v.   Rachel Fugate (born about 1750 Virginia)

         vi.  Living


537. Living

Living married Living

552. Tobias (1) Phillips was born in 1687.

Tobias married Hannah .

Children from this marriage were:

276       i.   George Phillips (born in 1728 Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)


553. Hannah was born in 1695.

Hannah married Tobias (1) Phillips .

554. Abraham 11 Goad, son of Living and Katherine Williams , was born on 15 Mar 1709.

Abraham married Living

Children from this marriage were:

277       i.   Hannah Goad (born on 7 Apr 1732 - died after 1760)

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Robert Goad (born in 1750)


555. Living

Living married Abraham 11 Goad .

558. James Bobbitt, son of William Bobbitt and Living , was born in 1707 and died in 1761 in Halifax Co Virginia, at age 54.

James married Elizabeth Dalton in 1729.

Children from this marriage were:

279       i.   Diannah Bobbitt (born in 1730 - died in 1795)

         ii.   Ann Bobbitt (born in 1741)

        iii.   John Bobbitt (born in 1742 - died in 1816)

         iv.   Capt. William Bobbitt (born in 1744 - died on 15 Aug 1817)

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.   Randolph Bobbitt (born in 1752)

       viii.   Mary Bobbitt (born in 1754)


559. Elizabeth Dalton was born in 1710.

Elizabeth married James Bobbitt in 1729.

592. Abner B. Dorough was born on 5 Jan 1680 in Dublin Ireland and died in 1720 in James City VA., at age 40.

Abner married Living

Children from this marriage were:

296       i.   Joseph Tarpelin Dorough (born on 5 Oct 1708 James City VA.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living


593. Living

Living married Abner B. Dorough .

640. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

320       i.   James Jr. Muse (born about 1733 Prince William Co. Va.)


641. Living

Living married Living

672. Henry Woodhouse, son of Henry Woodhouse Sr and Living , was born in 1688 and died in 1743, at age 55.

Henry married Mary Lovett .

Children from this marriage were:

336       i.  Living

Henry next married Living


673. Mary Lovett was born in 1700.

Mary married Henry Woodhouse .

674. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

337       i.  Living


676. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

338       i.  Living


677. Living

Living married Living

678. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

339       i.  Living


696. Dennis Mcclendon was born in 1733 in Anson Co. N C.

Dennis married Living

Children from this marriage were:

348       i.   Louis Mcclendon (born in 1763 N.C. - died in 1844 in Putman Co, GA. According To Will)

         ii.   Josiah Mcclendon (born in 1764)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living


697. Living

Living married Dennis Mcclendon .

800. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

400       i.   John Tankersley (born about 1750 Caroline Co. Va - died in 1807 in Columbia Co. Ga)

         ii.   Margaret Tankersley (born about 1750 Caroline Co. Va - died on 22 Dec 1829 in Edgefield Co. S.C.)

        iii.   Joseph Tankersley Jr. (born about 1756 VA. - died in 1840 in Troup Co. Ga)

         iv.   George Green Tankersley (born about 1758 VA. - died in 1820 in Columbia Co. Ga)

          v.   Elizabeth Tankersley (born about 1760 VA. - died after 1820 in prob. Edgefield Co. SC)

         vi.   Lucy Tankersley (born about 1760 VA. - died about 1823 in Edgefield Co. S.C.)


801. Living

Living married Living

808. Charles Clay, son of Charles Clay and Unknown , was born in 1715 and died in 1788, at age 73.

Charles married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

404       i.   Charles B Clay (born in 1761 Amelia Co. Va)


950. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

475       i.  Living


951. Living

Living married Living

956. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

478       i.   Daniel Wampler (born on 27 Apr 1770 Maryland)


957. Living

Living married Living

960. William Carroll, son of John Carroll and Living , was born in 1731-1742 and died on 17 Dec 1811 in Johnston, North Carolina, at age 80.

Noted events in his life were:

Will: Devised 11/20/1809

William married Living

Children from this marriage were:

480       i.   James Carroll (born in 1765 - died on 16 May 1834 in Johnston Co. N C)

         ii.   John Carroll (born in 1754 North Carolina - died in 1817 in Johnston Co. NC)

        iii.   Mary Carroll (born in 1756 North Carolina)

         iv.   Michael Carroll (born in 1762)

          v.   Bethia Carroll (born in 1758)

         vi.  Living

William next married Living


961. Living

Living married William Carroll .

962. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

481       i.   Sarah Ann Rhodie Stevenson (born on 1 Jan 1792 - died on 1 Jan 1858-1860 in Possibly Dale Co. Ala)


963. Living

Living married Living

964. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

482       i.  Living


965. Living

Living married Living

976. Peter Kuykendall, son of Mattheus(Matthew) Kuykendall and Living , was born in 1719 in Port Orange N.Y. and died about 1783 in Washington N.C., about age 64.

Peter married Living

Children from this marriage were:

488       i.   Jesse Kuykendall (born in 1760 N.C. - died in 1834 in Jackson Tenn)

         ii.   Matthew Kuykendall (born on 24 Oct 1758 - died on 25 Sep 1845 in Butler Kentucky)

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.   Elizabeth Kuykendall (born in 1756 - died on 12 Jul 1834 in Rutherford N, C.)

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.   Peter Kuykendall (died in 1826 in Cooper Missouri)


977. Living

Living married Peter Kuykendall .

978. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

489       i.   Jennie Hall (born about 1756 North Carolina)


980. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

490       i.   James Terry (born about 1770 N.C Camden Co. - died about 1828 in Jackson Tenn)


981. Living

Living married Living

984. John Bratcher was born in 1724 in Bedford Co. VA and died on 23 Dec 1821 in Campbell Co. Tennessee, at age 97.

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

492       i.   John Bratcher (born about 1760 Virginia)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.   Benjamin Bratcher (born in 1777 Virginia - died on 7 Sep 1854 in Campbell Co. Tenn)

         vi.   Obedience Bratcher (born on 25 Nov 1782 Bedford Co. VA)

        vii.   Temperance Bratcher (born in 1784)

       viii.   William Bratcher (born in 1790 - , died in Breckinridge Co. KY)

         ix.   Isaac Bratcher (born in 1790)

          x.   Mary Polly Bratcher (born in 1792)

         xi.   Fielding Bratcher (born in 1794 - died in 1850 in Breckinridge Co. KY)

John next married Living


985. Living

Living married John Bratcher .

986. Nathaniel Shrewsbury, son of Ruel Shrewsbury and Elizabeth Poindexter , was born in 1739 in Hanover Co VA.

Nathaniel married Living

Children from this marriage were:

493       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.   Mary Shrewsbury (born in 1755)

          v.   Allen Shrewsbury (born in 1757)

         vi.   Ruel Shrewsbury (born in 1759)

        vii.   Mildred Shrewsbury (born in 1761)

       viii.   Able Shrewsbury (born in 1769)

         ix.   Sally Shrewsbury (born in 1771)

          x.   Nathaniel Shrewsbury (born in 1773)


987. Living

Living married Nathaniel Shrewsbury .

988. Archiles Wheeler, son of John Wheeler and Living , was born about 1760 in Bedford, Virginia.

General Notes:
Name: Archelaus WHEELER Given Name: Archelaus Surname: Wheeler Sex: M Birth: 1745 in Buckingham Co., VA (Formed 1761 From Albemarle Co) Death: 1830 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.) Change Date: 17 Mar 2002 at 12:48

Father: John WHEELER b: 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Mother: Unk
Marriage 1 Mildred LYLE b: 1758 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Married: 1775 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Change Date: 31 Jul 2002
Children
Nancy WHEELER b: 1774-1779 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Henry J. WHEELER b: 1775 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Archelaus WHEELER b: 1778 in Buckingham Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle And Lunenburg Co., 'S)
John WHEELER b: 1783 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Mildred WHEELER b: 1784 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Allen WHEELER b: 30 May 1785 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Benjamin WHEELER b: 1786 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Samuel WHEELER b: 1788 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Milly Ann WHEELER b: 1790 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Charles WHEELER > b: 1792 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
Mary "Polly" WHEELER b: 1793 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)
William D. WHEELER b: 10 Oct 1794 in Adair Co., KY (Formed 1801 From Green Co.)

N

Archiles married Living

Children from this marriage were:

494       i.   Archiles Wheeler Jr (born about 1786 Virginia)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living


989. Living

Living married Archiles Wheeler .

992. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

496       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living


993. Living

Living married Living

1012. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

506       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living


1013. Living

Living married Living

1016. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

508       i.  Living


1018. Joseph Thigpen, son of John Thigpen and Anne Savage , was born on 6 Nov 1758 in Ansland, Dobbs N.C. and died in 1835 in Perry Co. Alabama, at age 77.

Joseph married Susannah Bullock on 4 Jun 1782 in Green Co. N. C.

Children from this marriage were:

509       i.   Keziah Thigpen (born on 13 Mar 1787 Green Co. N. C - died on 1 Nov 1871 near Greensboro, Hale Co. AL)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.  Living

          x.  Living

         xi.  Living

        xii.  Living

       xiii.  Living


1019. Susannah Bullock was born on 3 Aug 1761 in Edgecomb Co. N. C.

Susannah married Joseph Thigpen on 4 Jun 1782 in Green Co. N. C.



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1024. Henry Hurst, son of William Hurst and Anne Stakely Boyd , was born on 16 Jun 1679 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England and died on 30 Aug 1717 in Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA., at age 38.

Henry married Living

Children from this marriage were:

512       i.   John Hurst (born on 9 Jan 1699 England - died in 1800 in Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)

         ii.   James Hurst (born in 1699 Buckinghamshire England)

        iii.   William Hurst (born in 1702 Buckinghamshire England)

Henry next married Living


1025. Living

Living married Henry Hurst .

1072. Josias Fugate died in 1757 in King George Co. VA.

Josias married Living

Children from this marriage were:

536       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living


1073. Living

Living married Josias Fugate .

1104. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

552       i.   Tobias (1) Phillips (born in 1687)


1108. Living

Living married Katherine Williams .

Children from this marriage were:

554       i.   Abraham 11 Goad (born on 15 Mar 1709)

         ii.   Hannah(1) Goad (born in Nov 1695)

        iii.   John Goad (born on 27 Nov 1700)


1109. Katherine Williams was born about 1674 in North Farnham, VA, died on 23 May 1741 in North Farnham, VA, about age 67, and was buried st Paul's Church North Farnham Richmond.

Katherine married Living

1116. William Bobbitt was born in 1675 in Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA. and died in 1738 in Virginia, at age 63.

William married Living

Children from this marriage were:

558       i.   James Bobbitt (born in 1707 - died in 1761 in Halifax Co Virginia)


1117. Living

Living married William Bobbitt .

1118. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

559       i.   Elizabeth Dalton (born in 1710)


1119. Living

Living married Living

1280. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

640       i.  Living


1282. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

641       i.  Living


1283. Living

Living married Living

1344. Henry Woodhouse Sr, son of Henry(2) Woodhouse and Sarah Keeling , was born in 1665 and died in 1702, at age 37.

Henry married Living

Children from this marriage were:

672       i.   Henry Woodhouse (born in 1688 - died in 1743)


1345. Living

Living married Henry Woodhouse .

Living next married Henry Woodhouse Sr .

1392. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

696       i.   Dennis Mcclendon (born in 1733 Anson Co. N C)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living


1393. Living

Living married Living

1600. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

800       i.  Living


1601. Living

Living married Living

1616. Charles Clay was born in 1675.

Charles married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

808       i.   Charles Clay (born in 1715 - died in 1788)


1920. John Carroll was born in 1710 in Isle of Wright Virginia.

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

960       i.   William Carroll (born in 1731-1742 - died on 17 Dec 1811 in Johnston, North Carolina)

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

         iv.   Elizabeth Carroll (born about 1740 - died in 1769)

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living


1921. Living

Living married John Carroll .

1928. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

964       i.  Living


1929. Living

Living married Living

1952. Mattheus(Matthew) Kuykendall, son of Leur Jacobsen Van Kuykendall and Grietje Aertze Tack , was born in 1690 in Fort Orange N.Y. and died about 1754 in N.C Camden Co., about age 64.

Mattheus(Matthew) married Living

Children from this marriage were:

976       i.   Peter Kuykendall (born in 1719 Port Orange N.Y. - died about 1783 in Washington N.C.)

         ii.   Simon Kuykendall (born on 24 Jun 1716 Fort Orange N.Y. Now Albany)

        iii.   Jacobus(James) Kuykendall (born on 22 Oct 1721 - died about 1748 in Mecklenburg North Carolina)

         iv.  Living

          v.   Abraham Kuykendall (born about 1724 - died in 1812 in Henderson Co, N.C.)


1953. Living

Living married Mattheus(Matthew) Kuykendall .

1954. Noah Hampton was born in 1693 in Freehold N.J. and died in 1760, at age 67.

Noah married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

          i.   Andrew Hampton (born about 1713 Freehold N. J. - died on 8 Oct 1805 in Rutherford N. C.)

977      ii.  Living


1968. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

984       i.   John Bratcher (born in 1724 Bedford Co. VA - died on 23 Dec 1821 in Campbell Co. Tennessee)

         ii.   Temperance Bradshaw (born in 1713 Henrico Co, Virginia)

        iii.   Mary Ann Bradshaw (born in 1717 Henrico Co, Virginia)

         iv.   Charles Bradshaw (born in 1720 Henrico Co, Virginia - died in 1761 in Cumberland Co. Virginia)

          v.   Josiah Bradshaw (born in 1722 Henrico Co, Virginia)

         vi.   Obediance Bradshaw (born in 1725 Henrico Co, Virginia)

        vii.   William Bradshaw (born in 1728 Henrico Co, Virginia)


1969. Living

Living married Living

1972. Ruel Shrewsbury was born in 1699.

Ruel married Elizabeth Poindexter in 1735 in Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

986       i.   Nathaniel Shrewsbury (born in 1739 Hanover Co VA.)

         ii.   Samuel Shrewsbury (born in 1736)


1973. Elizabeth Poindexter, daughter of Thomas Poindexter and Sarah Crawford , was born on 14 Jan 1700 in St Peters Parrish, New Kent VA.

Elizabeth married Ruel Shrewsbury in 1735 in Virginia.

Elizabeth next married Living


1976. John Wheeler, son of William Wheeler and Unknown , was born in 1717 in Westmoreland Co. VA.

General Notes: N

ID: I3330 Name: John WHEELER Given Name: John Surname: Wheeler Sex: M Birth: 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co) Death: Y Change Date: 5 May 2002 at 08:27

Father: William WHEELER b: 1687 in Stafford Co., VA. (Formed 1664 From Westmoreland Co)
Mother: Elizabeth LNU b: 1691 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)

Marriage 1 Unk
Married: 1739 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Change Date: 31 Jul 2002
Children
Benjamin WHEELER b: 1742-1744 in Buckingham Co., VA (Formed 1761 From Albemarle Co)
Archelaus WHEELER b: 1745 in Buckingham Co., VA (Formed 1761 From Albemarle Co)
Thomas WHEELER b: 1746 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )
Rowland WHEELER b: 1748 in Bedford Co., VA (Formed 1753 From Albemarle Co./Lunenburg Co., )

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

988       i.   Archiles Wheeler (born about 1760 Bedford, Virginia)


1977. Living

Living married John Wheeler .

2036. John Thigpen, son of James (Iv) Thigpen and Mary Penelope(Penny) Hill , was born on 14 Dec 1731 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. and died in 1780, at age 49.

John married Anne Savage on 12 Nov 1751 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C.

Children from this marriage were:

1018       i.   Joseph Thigpen (born on 6 Nov 1758 Ansland, Dobbs N.C. - died in 1835 in Perry Co. Alabama)


2037. Anne Savage was born on 9 Sep 1735 in Edgecomb Co. N. C and died on 2 Dec 1782 in Dobbs N.C., at age 47.

Anne married John Thigpen on 12 Nov 1751 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C.



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2048. William Hurst, son of Christopher Hurst and Catherine Stacey Biggs , was born on 20 Oct 1640 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England and died in 1700 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England, at age 60.

William married Anne Stakely Boyd in 1660.

Children from this marriage were:

1024       i.   Henry Hurst (born on 16 Jun 1679 Leckhamstead, Buckingham England - died on 30 Aug 1717 in Bristol City Par, Charles City Co VA.)

         ii.   Anne B Hurst (born on 10 Dec 1661)

        iii.   William Hurst (born on 26 Feb 1665)

         iv.   Christopher Hurst (born in 1667)

          v.   Elizabeth Hurst (born on 19 Jan 1670)

         vi.   Mary Hurst (born on 2 Jan 1671)

        vii.   Sarah Hurst (born on 4 Nov 1674)

       viii.   William ?? Hurst (born on 8 Sep 1676)

         ix.  Living


2049. Anne Stakely Boyd was born in 1640 in England and died on 4 May 1720 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England, at age 80.

Anne married William Hurst in 1660.

2218. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1109       i.   Katherine Williams (born about 1674 North Farnham, VA - died on 23 May 1741 in North Farnham, VA)


2219. Living

Living married Living

2560. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1280       i.  Living


2564. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1282       i.  Living


2565. Living

Living married Living

2688. Henry(2) Woodhouse, son of Henry Woodhouse(1) and Living , was born in 1636 and died in 1688, at age 52.

Henry(2) married Sarah Keeling .

Children from this marriage were:

1344       i.   Henry Woodhouse Sr (born in 1665 - died in 1702)


2689. Sarah Keeling was born in 1645.

Sarah married Henry(2) Woodhouse .

2784. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1392       i.  Living

         ii.   Dennis Mcclendon (born in 1702)

        iii.   Mary Mcclendon (born in 1704)

         iv.   Elizabeth Mcclendon (born in 1708)


2785. Living

Living married Living

3840. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1920       i.   John Carroll (born in 1710 Isle of Wright Virginia)

         ii.   Benjamin Carroll (born cir 1705 Isle of Wright Virginia)

        iii.   Thomas Carroll (born after 1716)


3841. Living

Living married Living

3856. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1928       i.  Living


3857. Living

Living married Living

3904. Leur Jacobsen Van Kuykendall was born in 1650 in Fort Orange N.Y. Now Albany and died after 1720 in Machackemeck Orange Co. N.Y.

Leur married Grietje Aertze Tack in 1680 in Kingston, Esophus N.Y.

Children from this marriage were:

1952       i.   Mattheus(Matthew) Kuykendall (born in 1690 Fort Orange N.Y. - died about 1754 in N.C Camden Co.)

         ii.  Living

        iii.   Sara Kuykendall (born about 1710 - died in 1748 in , N C)

         iv.  Living

          v.  Living

         vi.  Living

        vii.  Living

       viii.  Living

         ix.   Stynie Kuykendall (died in 1715 in Suffex New Jersey)


3905. Grietje Aertze Tack was born on 16 Aug 1663 in Kingston D R C and died after 1720 in Machackemeck Orange Co. N.Y.

Grietje married Leur Jacobsen Van Kuykendall in 1680 in Kingston, Esophus N.Y.

3906. Johannes Jurian Westfall was born in 1660 in Kingston Ulster Co. N. Y.

Johannes married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1953       i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living


3907. Living

Living married Johannes Jurian Westfall .

3908. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1954       i.   Noah Hampton (born in 1693 Freehold N.J. - died in 1760)


3909. Living

Living married Living

3936. John Bradshaw was born in 1644 in England.

John married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1968       i.  Living

         ii.   John Bradshaw (born in 1690)

        iii.   Larner Bradshaw (born about 1690 Henrico Co, Virginia)

         iv.  Living


3937. Living

Living married John Bradshaw .

3938. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1969       i.  Living


3939. Living

Living married Living

3946. Thomas Poindexter, son of George Poindexter and Susanna Benskin , was born in 1657 in St Peters, New Kent VA. and died in 1706 in New Kent Co. VA., at age 49.

Thomas married Sarah Crawford in 1696 in St Peters, New Kent VA.

Children from this marriage were:

1973       i.   Elizabeth Poindexter (born on 14 Jan 1700 St Peters Parrish, New Kent VA)

         ii.   Thomas Poindexter (born in 1705 New Kent Co. VA. - died on 10 Jul 1797 in St.Pauls Parrish Hanover Co. V)

        iii.   Susanna Poindexter (born in 1696 St Peters Parrish New Kent Co.)

         iv.   Sarah Poindexter (born on 12 May 1702 St Peters Parrish New Kent Co)

          v.   John Poindexter (born in 1703 New Kent Co. VA - died on 22 May 1753 in Louisa Co. VA)

         vi.  Living


3947. Sarah Crawford, daughter of David Crawford and Living , was born in 1670 and died in 1766, at age 96.

Sarah married Thomas Poindexter in 1696 in St Peters, New Kent VA.

3952. William Wheeler was born in 1687 in Stafford Co. Va.

General Notes: Name: William WHEELER Given Name: William Surname: Wheeler Sex: M Birth: 1687 in Stafford Co., VA. (Formed 1664 From Westmoreland Co) Death: 28 Sep 1762 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co) Event: Land Records Note: 1) 1719: William Wheeler was listed on Proprietor's Deeds or Grant book No. 5, as receiving 100 acres in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Event: Last Will & Testament Note: 1) The will of William Wheeler is dated November 18, 1761; probated on September 28, 1762. His wife Elizabeth was given land, as well as their daughter Sarah Horton. sarah also received 10 shillings. Daughter Elizabeth Strother received 1 negro; sons Richard and John 5 schillings each; son THOMAS received land at time of his mother's death, whenever that would occur. Change Date: 27 Jun 2001 at 17:31

Marriage 1 Elizabeth LNU b: 1691 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Married: 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Change Date: 31 Jul 2002
Children
Thomas WHEELER b: 1719-1720 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Richard WHEELER b: 1725 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Sarah WHEELER b: 1721 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
Elizabeth WHEELER b: 1723 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)
John WHEELER b: 1717 in Westmoreland Co., VA (Formed 1653 From Northumberland Co)

Marriage 2 Elizabeth BERRY b: 1697 in Hanover, Prince George Co., VA
Married: 1695

William married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1976       i.   John Wheeler (born in 1717 Westmoreland Co. VA.)


4072. James (Iv) Thigpen, son of James (Iii) Thigpen and Living , was born on 8 Dec 1710 in Perquimans, N.C. and died on 21 Jan 1779 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C., at age 68.

James married Mary Penelope(Penny) Hill on 20 Oct 1729 in Perquimans, N.C.

Children from this marriage were:

2036       i.   John Thigpen (born on 14 Dec 1731 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died in 1780)

         ii.   Mary Penelope Thigpen (born on 29 Mar 1739 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died on 29 Aug 1779)

        iii.   Job Thigpen (born on 10 Nov 1735 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died on 6 Aug 1781)

         iv.   James(V) Thigpen (born on 25 Apr 1743 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C.)

          v.   Henry Thigpen (born on 21 Oct 1730 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died on 14 Apr 1746)

         vi.   Joseph Gilead Thigpen (born on 2 Apr 1741 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died on 31 Aug 1755)

        vii.   Thomas H Thigpen (born on 19 Jun 1747 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died in 1848)

       viii.   Lyman Calvin Thigpen (born on 6 Apr 1757 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died in 1827)

         ix.   Margaret Elyn Thigpen (born on 28 Jul 1737 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died on 6 Feb 1754)


4073. Mary Penelope(Penny) Hill was born on 18 Aug 1713 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. and died on 30 Jul 1786 in Pitt N.C., at age 72.

Mary married James (Iv) Thigpen on 20 Oct 1729 in Perquimans, N.C.



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4096. Christopher Hurst, son of William Hurst and Margory Blackmore , was born on 12 Jun 1612 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England and died on 13 Jun 1659 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England, at age 47.

Christopher married Catherine Stacey Biggs in 1635 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England.

Children from this marriage were:

2048       i.   William Hurst (born on 20 Oct 1640 Leckhamstead, Buckingham England - died in 1700 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England)

         ii.   Christopher Hurst (born on 25 Sep 1642 - died in 1700)

        iii.   Margery Hurst (born on 8 Dec 1644)

         iv.   Thomas Hurst (born in 1647)

          v.  Living


4097. Catherine Stacey Biggs was born in 1615 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England and died on 8 Apr 1681 in Page Co Virginia, at age 66.

Catherine married Christopher Hurst in 1635 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England.

5120. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

2560       i.  Living


5121. Living

Living married Living

5376. Henry Woodhouse(1) ) son of Captain Henry Woodhouse and Judith Manby? , was born in 1607 and died in 1655, at age 48.

Henry married Living

Children from this marriage were:

2688       i.   Henry(2) Woodhouse (born in 1636 - died in 1688)


5377. Living

Living married Henry Woodhouse(1) .

5568. Dennis Mcclendon (Last) was born before 1680 in Scotland and died on 6 Jan 1708 in N.C.

Dennis married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Living

         ii.  Living

        iii.  Living

Dennis married Living

Children from this marriage were:

2784       i.  Living


5569. Living

Living married Dennis Mcclendon (Last) .

5570. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

2785       i.  Living


5571. Living

Living married Living

7712. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3856       i.  Living


7713. Living

Living married Living

7808. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3904       i.   Leur Jacobsen Van Kuykendall (born in 1650 Fort Orange N.Y. Now Albany - died after 1720 in Machackemeck Orange Co. N.Y.)


7809. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Living married Living

7810. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3905       i.   Grietje Aertze Tack (born on 16 Aug 1663 Kingston D R C - died after 1720 in Machackemeck Orange Co. N.Y.)


7811. Living

Living married Living

7812. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3906       i.   Johannes Jurian Westfall (born in 1660 Kingston Ulster Co. N. Y.)

         ii.   Rymerick Westvaal (born in Kingston Ulster Co. N. Y. - died after 9 Nov 1716)


7813. Living

Living married Living

7814. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3907       i.  Living

         ii.  Living


7815. Living

Living married Living

7874. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3937       i.  Living


7875. Living

Living married Living

7892. George Poindexter, son of Thomas Poindexter and Elizabeth Efford , was born on 23 Dec 1626 in Isle Of Jersey, England and died in 1690 in St Peters Parrish, Louisa City VA, at age 64.

George married Susanna Benskin about 1650 in Isle Of Jersey, England.

Children from this marriage were:

3946       i.   Thomas Poindexter (born in 1657 St Peters, New Kent VA. - died in 1706 in New Kent Co. VA.)

         ii.   George Poindexter (born about 1680 New Kent VA. - died on 12 Mar 1716 in New Kent Co. VA.)

        iii.   John Poindexter (born after 1650 New Kent Co. VA)

         iv.   Elizabeth Poindexter (born in 1663 Isle Of Jersey, England - , died in Virginia)

          v.   Anne Poindexter (born in 1667 New Kent Co. VA)


7893. Susanna Benskin was born about 1635 in New Kent Co. VA. and died on 15 Jul 1693 in New Kent Co. VA., about age 58.

Susanna married George Poindexter about 1650 in Isle Of Jersey, England.

7894. David Crawford, son of John Crawford and Winifred , was born in 1635 in Assasquin, New Kent Co VA.

David married Living

Children from this marriage were:

3947       i.   Sarah Crawford (born in 1670 - died in 1766)


7895. Living

Living married David Crawford .

8144. James (Iii) Thigpen, son of James(Ii) Thigpen and Elizabeth Mainwaring , was born on 15 Dec 1687 in Perquimans, N.C., died on 8 Oct 1743 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C., at age 55, and was buried in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C.

James married (name unknown).

James married Living

Children from this marriage were:

4072       i.   James (Iv) Thigpen (born on 8 Dec 1710 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 21 Jan 1779 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C.)

         ii.   Henry Thigpen (born on 23 Dec 1712 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 24 Sep 1743)

        iii.   Elizabeth Thigpen (born on 3 May 1715 Perquimans, N.C.)

         iv.   Issac Thigpen (born on 3 Sep 1716 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 11 Jan 1720)

          v.   Elyn Thigpen (born on 3 Sep 1716 Perquimans, N.C.)

         vi.   Jesse Thigpen (born on 25 Dec 1718 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 17 Aug 1735)

        vii.   John Thigpen (born on 13 Nov 1720 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 19 Jul 1735)

       viii.   Robert Thigpen (born on 18 Nov 1722 Perquimans, N.C.)

         ix.   Joshua Thigpen (born on 20 Mar 1724 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 3 Sep 1724)

          x.   Owen Thigpen (born on 2 Jun 1725 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 3 Sep 1734)


8145. Living

Living married James (Iii) Thigpen .

8146. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

4073       i.   Mary Penelope(Penny) Hill (born on 18 Aug 1713 Penny Hill, Pitt N.C. - died on 30 Jul 1786 in Pitt N.C.)


8147. Living

Living married Living



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8192. William Hurst, son of William Christopher Hurst and Living , was born in 1573 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England and died on 11 Jun 1637 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England, at age 64.

William married Margory Blackmore on 10 Oct 1601 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England.

Children from this marriage were:

4096       i.   Christopher Hurst (born on 12 Jun 1612 Leckhamstead, Buckingham England - died on 13 Jun 1659 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England)

         ii.   Elizabeth Hurst (born in 1603)

        iii.   William Hurst (born in 1604 - died in 1667)

         iv.   Thomas Hurst (born in 1606 - died in 1607)

          v.   Ann Hurst (born in 1607 - died in 1691)

         vi.   Susanna Hurst (born on 6 Jan 1608)

        vii.   John Hurst (born on 19 Mar 1614)

       viii.   Henry Hurst (born on 2 Dec 1616)

         ix.  Living


8193. Margory Blackmore died in 1648 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England.

Margory married William Hurst on 10 Oct 1601 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England.

10752. Captain Henry Woodhouse, son of Sir Henry Woodhouse and Anne Bacon , was born in 1575 and died in 1663, at age 88.

Captain married Judith Manby? .

Children from this marriage were:

5376       i.   Henry Woodhouse(1) (born in 1607 - died in 1655)


10753. Judith Manby? died in 1666.

Judith married Captain Henry Woodhouse .

15784. Thomas Poindexter was born in 1581 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands.

Thomas married Elizabeth Efford .

Children from this marriage were:

7892       i.   George Poindexter (born on 23 Dec 1626 Isle Of Jersey, England - died in 1690 in St Peters Parrish, Louisa City VA)


15785. Elizabeth Efford, daughter of Nicholas Effard and Living , was born in 1597 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands.

Elizabeth married Thomas Poindexter .

15788. John Crawford was born in 1600 in Watertown, Middlesex Mass. and died on 12 Aug 1634 in James City VA.Bacons Rebellion, at age 34.

John married Winifred in 1632 in Watertown, Middlesex Mass.

Children from this marriage were:

7894       i.   David Crawford (born in 1635 Assasquin, New Kent Co VA.)

         ii.   Rebecca Crawford (born in 1633 Boston, Mass - died on 8 Jul 1710 in Malden, Middlesex Mass)


15789. Winifred was born in 1603 in Ayrshire, Scotland and died in 1701 in Watertown, Middlesex Mass, at age 98.

Winifred married John Crawford in 1632 in Watertown, Middlesex Mass.

16288. James(Ii) Thigpen, son of James( 1) Thigpen and Elyn , was born on 9 Oct 1664 in Albemarle, Perquimans NC and died on 30 May 1731 in Perquimans, N.C., at age 66.

James(Ii) married Elizabeth Mainwaring on 2 Jan 1685 in Westmoreland VA.

Children from this marriage were:

8144       i.   James (Iii) Thigpen (born on 15 Dec 1687 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 8 Oct 1743 in Penny Hill, Pitt N.C.)


16289. Elizabeth Mainwaring, daughter of Oliver Mainwaring and Hannah Raymond , was born in 1671 in Westmoreland VA. and died on 4 Jan 1715 in Perquimans, N.C., at age 44.

Elizabeth married James(Ii) Thigpen on 2 Jan 1685 in Westmoreland VA.



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16384. William Christopher Hurst, son of Richard Hurst and Living , was born in 1539 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England, died on 1 Dec 1612 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England, at age 73, and was buried on 1 Dec 1612 in Church Of Assumption Leckhamps, Buckinghamshire England.

William married Living

Children from this marriage were:

8192       i.   William Hurst (born in 1573 Leckhamstead, Buckingham England - died on 11 Jun 1637 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England)


16385. Living

Living married William Christopher Hurst .

21504. Sir Henry Woodhouse, son of Living and Elizabeth Calthorpe , died in 1563.

Sir married Anne Bacon .

Children from this marriage were:

10752        i.   Captain Henry Woodhouse (born in 1575 - died in 1663)


21505. Anne Bacon was born in 1555.

Anne married Sir Henry Woodhouse .

31568. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

15784        i.   Thomas Poindexter (born in 1581 St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands)

            ii.   George Poindexter (born on 23 Dec 1626 St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands)

           iii.   Phillip Poindexter (born about 1620 St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands)

            iv.   Jacob Poindexter (born about 1623 St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands)

             v.   Rachel Poindexter (born about 1628)

            vi.  Living


31569. Living

Living married Living

31570. Nicholas Effard, son of Jean Effard and Elizabeth Perrin , was born in 1563 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands and died on 27 Apr 1638 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands, at age 75.

Nicholas married Living

Children from this marriage were:

15785        i.   Elizabeth Efford (born in 1597 St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands)


31571. Living

Living married Nicholas Effard .

31576. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

15788        i.   John Crawford (born in 1600 Watertown, Middlesex Mass. - died on 12 Aug 1634 in James City VA.Bacons Rebellion)


32576. James( 1) Thigpen was born in 1627 in Shannon Ireland and died in Nov 1679 in Perquimans, N.C., at age 52.

James( married Elyn in 1652 in Ireland.

Children from this marriage were:

16288        i.   James(Ii) Thigpen (born on 9 Oct 1664 Albemarle, Perquimans NC - died on 30 May 1731 in Perquimans, N.C.)

            ii.   Stephen Thigpen (born on 1 Jan 1689 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 8 Jan 1689 in Perquimans, N.C.)

           iii.   John II Thigpen (born on 3 Feb 1690 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 1 Aug 1692)

            iv.   Elizabeth Thigpen (born on 12 Jun 1691 Perquimans, N.C.)

             v.   Thomas Thigpen (born on 5 Apr 1693 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 17 Jul 1693)

            vi.   Francis Thigpen (born on 23 Mar 1696 Perquimans, N.C. - died in 1737)

           vii.   Issac Thigpen (born on 17 May 1698 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 2 Feb 1716)

          viii.   Owen Thigpen (born on 17 May 1698 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 18 Jul 1710)

            ix.   Hannah Thigpen (born on 1 Mar 1701 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 11 Apr 1702)

             x.   Joseph Thigpen (born on 9 Sep 1705 Perquimans, N.C. - died on 26 Jul 1723)

            xi.   Jonathan Thigpen (born on 10 Jul 1717 Perquimans, N.C. - died in 1739)

           xii.   Mary Margaret Thigpen (born on 3 Apr 1719 Perquimans, N.C. - died in Dec 1735)

          xiii.   Joshua Thigpen (born on 14 May 1721 Perquimans, N.C. - died in 1740)

           xiv.   John Thigpen (born on 19 Aug 1694 Perquimans, N.C. - died in 1756 in Johnston, North Carolina)


32577. Elyn was born in 1636 in Ireland.

Elyn married James( 1) Thigpen in 1652 in Ireland.

32578. Oliver Mainwaring was born on 16 Mar 1633 in New London CT and died on 2 Nov 1723 in New London CT, at age 90.

Oliver married Hannah Raymond in 1666 in New London CT.

Children from this marriage were:

16289        i.   Elizabeth Mainwaring (born in 1671 Westmoreland VA. - died on 4 Jan 1715 in Perquimans, N.C.)

            ii.   Richard Mainwaring (born on 13 Jul 1673 New London CT - died in 1763 in East Lyme New London CT.)

           iii.   Hannah Mainwaring (born in 1672 New London CT - died on 15 May 1732)

            iv.   Love Mainwaring (born about 1670 New London CT - died on 19 Dec 1743)

             v.   Judith Mainwaring (born in Apr 1676)

            vi.   Bathsheba Mainwaring (born on 9 May 1680 New London CT)

           vii.   Ann Mainwaring (born on 18 Jun 1682 New London CT)

          viii.   Oliver Mainwaring (born on 2 Feb 1679)

            ix.   Prudence Mainwaring (born on 10 Sep 1671 - died on 17 Nov 1740)

             x.   Mary Or Mercy Mainwaring (born about 1685)


32579. Hannah Raymond, daughter of Richard Raymond and Living , was born in 1643 in Salem, Essex Massachusetts and died on 18 Dec 1717 in New London CT, at age 74.

Hannah married Oliver Mainwaring in 1666 in New London CT.



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32768. Richard Hurst, son of Edward Hurst and Living , was born in 1510 in Oxford England.

Richard married Living

Children from this marriage were:

16384        i.   William Christopher Hurst (born in 1539 Leckhamstead, Buckingham England - died on 1 Dec 1612 in Leckhamstead, Buckingham England)

            ii.   William Hurst (born in 1540 Oxfordshire England)

           iii.   Robert Hurst (born in 1543 Oxfordshire England)

            iv.   Thomas Hurst (born in 1545 Oxfordshire England)

             v.   Agnes Hurst (born in 1547 Oxfordshire England)

            vi.   Winifred Hurst (born in 1551 Oxfordshire England)

           vii.   Richard Hurst (born in 1555 Oxfordshire England)

          viii.   Griffen Hurst (born in 1561 Oxfordshire England)

            ix.   Marrion Hurst (born in 1563 Oxfordshire England)

             x.   Elizabeth Hurst (born in 1565 Oxfordshire England)


32769. Living

Living married Richard Hurst .

43008. Living

Living married Elizabeth Calthorpe .

Children from this marriage were:

21504        i.   Sir Henry Woodhouse (died in 1563)


43009. Elizabeth Calthorpe, daughter of Sir Phillip Calthorpe and Living , was born in 1521 and died in 1578, at age 57.

Elizabeth married Living

63140. Jean Effard was born in 1537 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands.

Jean married Elizabeth Perrin .

Children from this marriage were:

31570        i.   Nicholas Effard (born in 1563 St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands - died on 27 Apr 1638 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands)


63141. Elizabeth Perrin was born in 1541 in St. Saviour Parrish, Isle Of Jersey, Channel Islands.

Elizabeth married Jean Effard .

63142. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

31571        i.  Living


65152. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

32576        i.   James( 1) Thigpen (born in 1627 Shannon Ireland - died in Nov 1679 in Perquimans, N.C.)


65153. Living

Living married Living

65156. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

32578        i.   Oliver Mainwaring (born on 16 Mar 1633 New London CT - died on 2 Nov 1723 in New London CT)


65157. Living

Living married Living

65158. Richard Raymond was born in 1602 in Fairfield Conn. and died on 12 May 1692 in Saybrook, Middlesex, Conn., at age 90.

Richard married Living

Children from this marriage were:

32579        i.   Hannah Raymond (born in 1643 Salem, Essex Massachusetts - died on 18 Dec 1717 in New London CT)

            ii.   Joshua Raymond (born on 13 Mar 1638 Salem, Essex Massachusetts - died on 24 Apr 1676 in New London, New London Conn.)

           iii.   Bathsheba Raymond (born on 11 Jul 1637 Salem, Essex Mass.)

            iv.   Lemuel Raymond (born on 3 Jan 1640 Salem, Essex Massachusetts)

             v.   Samuel Raymond (born on 13 Jul 1645)

            vi.  Living

           vii.   Elizabeth Raymond (born on 28 Apr 1650)

          viii.   Eliza Raymond (born in 1641)

            ix.   Daniel Raymond (born on 17 Apr 1653)

             x.   John Raymond (born in 1635 Norwalk, Fairfield Co. Conn.)

            xi.   Simeon Raymond (born about 1655)


65159. Living

Living married Richard Raymond .



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65536. Edward Hurst was born about 1460 and died in 1539, about age 79.

Edward married Living

Children from this marriage were:

32768        i.   Richard Hurst (born in 1510 Oxford England)


65537. Living

Living married Edward Hurst .

86018. Sir Phillip Calthorpe, son of Sir John Calthorpe and Living , was born in 1468 and died in 1535, at age 67.

Sir married Living

Sir next married Living

Children from this marriage were:

43009        i.   Elizabeth Calthorpe (born in 1521 - died in 1578)


86019. Living

Living married Sir Phillip Calthorpe .

130304. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

65152        i.  Living


130305. Living

Living married Living

130306. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

65153        i.  Living


130307. Living

Living married Living

130312. Oliver Mainwaring was born about 1554 in Widdeshame, England.

Oliver married Living

Children from this marriage were:

65156        i.  Living


130313. Living

Living married Oliver Mainwaring .

130314. Henry Esch, son of Richard Esshe Vel Ashe and Prudence Rudgeley , was born in 1573 in Devon England and died on 8 Jun 1640 in Sowton, Devon England, at age 67.

Henry married Loveday Moyle about 1590 in England.

Children from this marriage were:

65157        i.  Living


130315. Loveday Moyle, daughter of Richard Moyle and Unknown , was born in 1577 in St Augustines, Cornwall England and died on 27 Jan 1628 in Sowton, Devon England, at age 51.

Loveday married Henry Esch about 1590 in England.

130316. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

65158        i.   Richard Raymond (born in 1602 Fairfield Conn. - died on 12 May 1692 in Saybrook, Middlesex, Conn.)


130317. Living

Living married Living



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172036. Sir John Calthorpe, son of Living and Elizabeth D Gray , was born in 1409 and died in 1494, at age 85.

Sir married Living

Children from this marriage were:

86018        i.   Sir Phillip Calthorpe (born in 1468 - died in 1535)


172037. Living

Living married Sir John Calthorpe .

172038. Living

Living married Margaret Butler? Botiller .

Children from this marriage were:

86019        i.  Living


172039. Margaret Butler? Botiller, daughter of Thomas Le Botiller and Anne Bankford , died in 1540.

Margaret married Living

260608. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

130304       i.  Living


260609. Living

Living married Living

260610. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

130305       i.  Living


260612. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

130306       i.  Living

            ii.   Alice Seagrave (born about 1652 Dublin Ireland)


260613. Living

Living married Living

260614. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

130307       i.  Living


260624. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

130312       i.   Oliver Mainwaring (born about 1554 Widdeshame, England)


260625. Living

Living married Living

260628. Richard Esshe Vel Ashe was born in 1531 in Devon England.

Richard married Prudence Rudgeley about 1551 in Clistformison, Devon England.

Children from this marriage were:

130314       i.   Henry Esch (born in 1573 Devon England - died on 8 Jun 1640 in Sowton, Devon England)


260629. Prudence Rudgeley was born in 1500 in Wayne, Devon England and died on 16 Jun 1587 in Sowton?, Devon England, at age 87.

Prudence married Richard Esshe Vel Ashe about 1551 in Clistformison, Devon England.

260630. Richard Moyle, son of Richard Moyle and Living , was born about 1540 in St. Austell, Cornwall England.

Richard married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

130315       i.   Loveday Moyle (born in 1577 St Augustines, Cornwall England - died on 27 Jan 1628 in Sowton, Devon England)


260632. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

130316       i.  Living


260633. Living

Living married Living



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344072. Living

Living married Elizabeth D Gray .

Children from this marriage were:

172036       i.   Sir John Calthorpe (born in 1409 - died in 1494)


344073. Elizabeth D Gray, daughter of Sir Reynold De Gray and Living , died in 1437.

Elizabeth married Living

344078. Thomas Le Botiller, son of James Le Botiller and Living , died in 1515.

Thomas married Anne Bankford .

Children from this marriage were:

172039       i.   Margaret Butler? Botiller (died in 1540)


344079. Anne Bankford was born in 1431 and died in 1485, at age 54.

Anne married Thomas Le Botiller .

521216. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

260608       i.  Living


521217. Living

Living married Living

521218. Living

Living married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

260609       i.  Living


521226. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

260613       i.  Living


521227. Living

Living married Living

521256. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

260628       i.   Richard Esshe Vel Ashe (born in 1531 Devon England)


521257. Living

Living married Living

521260. Richard Moyle was born about 1520 in St. Austell, Cornwall England.

Richard married Living

Children from this marriage were:

260630       i.   Richard Moyle (born about 1540 St. Austell, Cornwall England)


521261. Living

Living married Richard Moyle .



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688146. Sir Reynold De Gray, son of Sir Reynold D. Gray and Living , was born in 1362 and died in 1440, at age 78.

Sir married Living

Children from this marriage were:

344073       i.   Elizabeth D Gray (died in 1437)


688147. Living

Living married Sir Reynold De Gray .

688156. James Le Botiller, son of James Le Bottiler and Living , was born in 1390 and died in 1452, at age 62.

James married Living

Children from this marriage were:

344078       i.   Thomas Le Botiller (died in 1515)


688157. Living

Living married James Le Botiller .

1042436. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

521218       i.  Living


1042437. Living

Living married Living

1042454. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

521227       i.  Living


1042455. Living

Living married Living



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1376292. Sir Reynold D. Gray died in 1363.

Sir married Living

Children from this marriage were:

688146       i.   Sir Reynold De Gray (born in 1362 - died in 1440)


1376293. Living

Living married Sir Reynold D. Gray .

1376312. James Le Bottiler, son of James Le Bottiler and Living , was born in 1360 and died in 1405, at age 45.

James married Living

Children from this marriage were:

688156       i.   James Le Botiller (born in 1390 - died in 1452)


1376313. Living

Living married James Le Bottiler .



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2752584. Living

Living married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1376292       i.   Sir Reynold D. Gray (died in 1363)


2752585. Living

Living married Living

2752624. James Le Bottiler, son of Living and Elanor De Bohn , was born in 1331 and died in 1382, at age 51.

James married Living

Children from this marriage were:

1376312       i.   James Le Bottiler (born in 1360 - died in 1405)


2752625. Living

Living married James Le Bottiler .



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5505170. Sir John De Hastings, son of Sir Henry De Hastings and Living , was born in 1262 and died in 1313, at age 51.

Sir married Living

Children from this marriage were:

2752585       i.  Living


5505171. Living

Living married Sir John De Hastings .

5505248. Living

Living married Elanor De Bohn .

Children from this marriage were:

2752624       i.   James Le Bottiler (born in 1331 - died in 1382)


5505249. Elanor De Bohn, daughter of Living and Elizabeth "Plantagenet" , died in 1363.

Elanor married Living



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11010340. Sir Henry De Hastings, son of Living and Ada De Huntington , was born in 1235 and died in 1260, at age 25.

Sir married Living

Children from this marriage were:

5505170       i.   Sir John De Hastings (born in 1262 - died in 1313)


11010341. Living

Living married Sir Henry De Hastings .

11010498. Living

Living married Elizabeth "Plantagenet" .

Children from this marriage were:

5505249       i.   Elanor De Bohn (died in 1363)


11010499. Elizabeth "Plantagenet", daughter of Edward 1 King Of England and Eleanor Of Castille , was born in 1282.

Elizabeth married Living



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22020680. Living

Living married Ada De Huntington .

Children from this marriage were:

11010340        i.   Sir Henry De Hastings (born in 1235 - died in 1260)


22020681. Ada De Huntington, daughter of David Of Huntington and Living , died in 1247.

Ada married Living

22020998. Edward 1 King Of England was born in 1239 and died in 1307, at age 68.

Edward married Eleanor Of Castille .

Children from this marriage were:

11010499        i.   Elizabeth "Plantagenet" (born in 1282)


22020999. Eleanor Of Castille was born in 1282 and died in 1318, at age 36.

Eleanor married Edward 1 King Of England .



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44041362. David Of Huntington, son of Henry Of Huntington and Living , was born in 1149 and died in 1219, at age 70.

David married Living

Children from this marriage were:

22020681        i.   Ada De Huntington (died in 1247)


44041363. Living

Living married David Of Huntington .



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88082724. Henry Of Huntington, son of David The 1St King Of Scotland and Maud Of Huntington , was born in 1114 and died in 1152, at age 38.

Henry married Living

Children from this marriage were:

44041362        i.   David Of Huntington (born in 1149 - died in 1219)


88082725. Living

Living married Henry Of Huntington .



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176165448. David The 1St King Of Scotland was born in 1060 in Scotland and died in 1153, at age 93.

David married Maud Of Huntington .

Children from this marriage were:

88082724        i.   Henry Of Huntington (born in 1114 - died in 1152)


176165449. Maud Of Huntington died in 1131.

Maud married David The 1St King Of Scotland .


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