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Name: Elizabeth GRAVES
Given Name: Elizabeth
Surname: Graves
Sex: F
Birth: 1752 in Culpeper County, Virginia
Death: 1839 in Laurens County, South Carolina
Father: Thomas GRAVES b: 1721
Mother: Sarah ELIZABETH
Marriage 1 Zachariah SIMS b: 1748 in Culpeper County, Virginia
Married: 1768 in Virginia
Children
John SIMS
Sarah SIMS
Thomas SIMS
Rebecca SIMS b: Abt. 1772 in Virginia
Joel SIMS b: Aft. 1774
Francis "Fannie" SIMS b: 1776 in Culpeper County, Virginia
Lydia SIMS b: 1776 in Culpeper County, Virginia
James SIMS b: Aft. 1780
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LOOKING OR INFORMATION ON RUTH ANN (HEROD)THATS HER MAIDEN NAME BIRTH
JULY 3 1874 FATHER JOSEPH HEROD MOTHER UNKNOWN OF CHEROKEE BLOOD RUTH
MARRIED AN ENOCH FRAZIER
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Living Gaines 1916 - 1982 James* Henry Gaines 65 65 1916 Mary* Lucinda Bougues Lucinda Jane Ingram 1890 - 1914 Charles Oliver Herod 24 24 1892 Beulah Herod Unknown Herod Unknown Herod 1896 Henry Herod Unknown Herod 1897 - 1927 Lillie Herod 30 30 Unknown Bond Unknown Bond ? Unknown Bond ? Unknown Bond ? 1899 Nell Mae Herod Unknown York Unknown York ? Unknown York ? Unknown York ? 1899 - 1965 Gladys Herod 66 66 Unknown Wylie Unknown Wylie ? Unknown Wylie ? Unknown Wylie 1902 William Herod Jr. 1904 - 1965 Ray Herod 61 61 Living Herod 1904 Grace Herod 1906 - 1907 Cloe Herod 1 1 1909 Lucille Herod 1912 Ted Herod 1912 - 1984 Kate Herod 72 72 Living Unknown ? Living Unknown ? Living Unknown ? 1876 Anna* Delilah Trickett 1914 Larry G. Herod 1921 Oliver V. Herod Maybelle Herod Unknown Weeks 1923 Jessie M. Herod Unknown Fowler 1925 Lea Herod Joe Reiter William Reiter Walter Reiter August* Reiter UNKNOWN Margaret Mike Roberts 1831 - 1894 Joseph* Josiah Herod 63 63 Address:<ADDR> Carroll co. AR 1845 - 1876 Delema* Adeline Jones 31 31 12. ADALINE4 JONES (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, THOMAS1) was born February 04,
1845 in Arkansas, and died February 07, 1876 in Sulphur Bend
Cemetery,OK. She married (1) JOSEPH. S. HEAROD. He was born 1831 in
Arkansas, and died March 16, 1894 in Sulphur Bend Cemetery,OK. She
married JOSEPH HERROD SR. 1860. He was born 1831, and died March 16,
1894 in Around Fairland OK.
Notes for ADALINE JONES:
1870 Stone County,MO census Found in the old settlers book as Delema
Jones but later went by AdelineJones Herrod.
More About ADALINE JONES:
Name 2: Delema Jones
Died 2: February 07, 1876, Around Fairland OK
Burial: Sulphur Bend Cemetery
Notes for JOSEPH. S. HEAROD:
Joseph was a farmer
Joseph Herrod is next door neighbors to Mary Jones White in 1860, Carroll
Co. Ar. He is listed as a Widower. Adeline is living nearby with her
Grandmother Mary Jones and her brother Martin Jones.
Joseph is 25 and was born in Tenn. He is listed as a widower so he has
been married and his wife has died. This census puts his birth at 1835.
Later he and Adeline or Delema as she was called moved to Stone Co. Mo.
There is a son with him on the census named Green. He is a baby. Then
there is an Ibby
Herrod, 16; James M. 28; Polly 19; and James 4. Some of these are surely
his brothers and sisters.
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12. ADALINE4 JONES (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, THOMAS1) was born February 04,
1845 in Arkansas, and died February 07, 1876 in Sulphur Bend
Cemetery,OK. She married (1) JOSEPH. S. HEAROD. He was born 1831 in
Arkansas, and died March 16, 1894 in Sulphur Bend Cemetery,OK. She
married JOSEPH HERROD SR. 1860. He was born 1831, and died March 16,
1894 in Around Fairland OK.
Notes for ADALINE JONES:
1870 Stone County,MO census Found in the old settlers book as Delema
Jones but later went by AdelineJones Herrod.
More About ADALINE JONES:
Name 2: Delema Jones
Died 2: February 07, 1876, Around Fairland OK
Burial: Sulphur Bend Cemetery
Notes for JOSEPH. S. HEAROD:
Joseph was a farmer
Joseph Herrod is next door neighbors to Mary Jones White in 1860, Carroll
Co. Ar. He is listed as a Widower. Adeline is living nearby with her
Grandmother Mary Jones and her brother Martin Jones.
Joseph is 25 and was born in Tenn. He is listed as a widower so he has
been married and his wife has died. This census puts his birth at 1835.
Later he and Adeline or Delema as she was called moved to Stone Co. Mo.
There is a son with him on the census named Green. He is a baby. Then
there is an Ibby
Herrod, 16; James M. 28; Polly 19; and James 4. Some of these are surely
his brothers and sisters.
1862 Joseph Herod Jr Mildred Bennett 1874 Ruth Ann Herod Family moved to Colorado[allison1.FTW]
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Family moved to Colorado
Enoch Frazier Louisa Bell Herod family moved to MO[allison1.FTW]
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family moved to MO
Amos Smith Elzena Herod Amos Smith Martin Jackson Jones 1826 - 1870 William* Jones 44 44 Name: William Jones
Sex: M
Birth: 1826
Death: AFT. 1870
Note:
On "Cherokee" Old Settlers Roll, was William Jones Jr. Emily Jones and
Thomas B. Jones were half borther and sister to Martin Jackson Jones and
Adeline Jones.
Sally JOnes was the mother of Thomas B Jones mother and was a
white women (not Cherokee) According to Elizabeth Jones Hampton (Williams
Sister). Elizabeth Hampton said her brother was married several times.
First wife was the mother of Martin Jackson and Adilene Jones who are
with the James Jones Family in 1850 Carroll Co. Ar. This woman is
probably dead by 1850 as she is not with the family. He married second
Sarah M. Gregg (Blevins, who is a daughter of Squire and Rhoda). William
Jr. and
Emily and Thomas B. are her children. William Jr. may have married Hulda
Armstrong of Newton Co.
Ar.
Notes for WILLIAM JONES:
On "Cherokee" Old Settlers Roll, was William Jones Jr. Emily Jones and
Thomas B. Jones were half borther and sister. Thomas B Jones mother was a
white women (not Cherokee) According to Elizabeth Jones Hampton (Williams
Sister) William Jones Jr. was married to a Hulda Armstrong, William Sr.
may have had a 3rd. wife.
Father: James Jones b: ABT. 1785 in South Carolina
Mother: Mary Standridge b: 1798 in Georgia
Marriage 1 Unknown
Married: ABT. 1843 in Carroll Co. AR. or Indian Territory
Children
Martin Jackson Jones b: ABT. 1844
Adeline Delema Jones b: 4 FEB 1845
Marriage 2 Sarah M. Blevins b: 1830 in Tenn., Ala. or Mo.
Married: ABT. 1850
Children
William Jones
Thomas Bird Jones b: OCT 1847 in Ark.
Rhoda Jones b: ABT. 1850
Emily Jones b: ABT. 1851
Name: William Jones
Sex: M
Birth: 1826
Death: AFT. 1870
Note:
On "Cherokee" Old Settlers Roll, was William Jones Jr. Emily Jones and
Thomas B. Jones were half borther and sister to Martin Jackson Jones and
Adeline Jones.
Sally JOnes was the mother of Thomas B Jones mother and was a
white women (not Cherokee) According to Elizabeth Jones Hampton (Williams
Sister). Elizabeth Hampton said her brother was married several times.
First wife was the mother of Martin Jackson and Adilene Jones who are
with the James Jones Family in 1850 Carroll Co. Ar. This woman is
probably dead by 1850 as she is not with the family. He married second
Sarah M. Gregg (Blevins, who is a daughter of Squire and Rhoda). William
Jr. and
Emily and Thomas B. are her children. William Jr. may have married Hulda
Armstrong of Newton Co.
Ar.
Elizabeth Jones Andrew Hampton D. ~1850 Unknown ???? 1842 Lucy "Fannie" Witherspoon 1865 - 1931 Theodore Jones 66 66 Notes for THEODORE JONES:
Came to White Oak, Cherokee Nation, I.T. in 1890 from Green Forrest, AR.
Theodore was 1/16 Cherokee Indian. Theodore farmed in his younger years,
later baling and selling hay from his own and his children's Cherokee
allotment lands. During the Florida land boom of 1910, he was lured there
to purchase land and moved his family and personal property there by
immigrant car, a chartered railroad car. he returned his family to White
Oak in less than two years, where he bought a general store and resumed
farming and haying. In 1925 he returned to Florida for Martha's health,
staying less than a year. Theodore died from burns received when he was
starting the morning fires in his home. Martha later moved to White Oak
living there until her death.
Lulu and Beaulah were twins.
Father: Martin Jackson Jones b: ABT. 1844
Mother: Lucy "Fannie" Witherspoon b: 1842
Marriage 1 Martha Head b: ABT. 1870
Children
McKinley Jones
Leroy Jones
Raymond Jones
Dennis Jones
Otis Jones
Nola Jones
Bealulah Jones
Lula Jones
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Notes for THEODORE JONES:
Came to White Oak, Cherokee Nation, I.T. in 1890 from Green Forrest, AR.
Theodore was 1/16 Cherokee Indian. Theodore farmed in his younger years,
later baling and selling hay from his own and his children's Cherokee
allotment lands. During the Florida land boom of 1910, he was lured there
to purchase land and moved his family and personal property there by
immigrant car, a chartered railroad car. he returned his family to White
Oak in less than two years, where he bought a general store and resumed
farming and haying. In 1925 he returned to Florida for Martha's health,
staying less than a year. Theodore died from burns received when he was
starting the morning fires in his home. Martha later moved to White Oak
living there until her death.
Lulu and Beaulah were twins.
Father: Martin Jackson Jones b: ABT. 1844
Mother: Lucy "Fannie" Witherspoon b: 1842
Marriage 1 Martha Head b: ABT. 1870
Children
McKinley Jones
Leroy Jones
Raymond Jones
Dennis Jones
Otis Jones
Nola Jones
Bealulah Jones
Lula Jones
1869 Elizabeth Jones ~1870 Caldonia Jones February 09, 1890 in Carroll County, AK. He died June 1952 in Vinita, OK.
Notes for CALDONIA JONES:
In 1891 Roe and Caldonia came to Cherokee Nation I.T. with only a team
and wagon and Caldonia had a sewing machine their only household
possession . They were re-married under the old Cherokee Law to help
Caldonia establish her Indian heritage, she was allotted 120 acres 2 and
1/2 miles west of White Oak. Roe later married Stella Lewis in 1923. The
original allotment known as the home place is still in the family.
Lester,Dewey, and Hatty still retain their individual allotments of
Indian land which is connected to their mother's allotment. (Cherokee
Indian) Marriage date in Arkansas book 1-page D-94
Father: Martin Jackson Jones b: ABT. 1844
Mother: Lucy "Fannie" Witherspoon b: 1842
Marriage 1 Roe Rafferty b: ABT. 1870
Married: 9 FEB 1890 in Carroll Co. AR.
Children
Myrtle Rafferty
Frances Rafferty
Lester Rafferty
Dewey Rafferty
Hatty Rafferty
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February 09, 1890 in Carroll County, AK. He died June 1952 in Vinita, OK.
Notes for CALDONIA JONES:
In 1891 Roe and Caldonia came to Cherokee Nation I.T. with only a team
and wagon and Caldonia had a sewing machine their only household
possession . They were re-married under the old Cherokee Law to help
Caldonia establish her Indian heritage, she was allotted 120 acres 2 and
1/2 miles west of White Oak. Roe later married Stella Lewis in 1923. The
original allotment known as the home place is still in the family.
Lester,Dewey, and Hatty still retain their individual allotments of
Indian land which is connected to their mother's allotment. (Cherokee
Indian) Marriage date in Arkansas book 1-page D-94
Father: Martin Jackson Jones b: ABT. 1844
Mother: Lucy "Fannie" Witherspoon b: 1842
Marriage 1 Roe Rafferty b: ABT. 1870
Married: 9 FEB 1890 in Carroll Co. AR.
Children
Myrtle Rafferty
Frances Rafferty
Lester Rafferty
Dewey Rafferty
Hatty Rafferty
~1872 Margaret Jones Martha Head ~1785 - Bet 1850 and 1860 James* Jones ID: I07429
Name: James Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1785 in South Carolina
Death: BET. 1850 - 1860 in Carroll County, AR. Long Creek area
Note:
Elizabeth Hampton said
that Mary Standridge was a white woman and that she had not family
previous to marrying James Jones. She married him between 1815 and 1820.
Descendants of James Jones, Sr.
Generation No. 1
1. JAMES2 JONES, SR. (THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1784 in South Carolina,
and died Bef. 1851 in Carroll Co. Arkansas. He married MARY SANDRIDGE in
Unknown. She was born Abt. 1799 in Georgia, and died November 18, 1876
in Sulphur Bend Community, OK.
Notes for JAMES JONES, SR.:
Now on this the June 30, 1888, come the above entitled case up for final
hearing. The case having been submitted by Bell and Bryan, attorneys for
applicants, on the 28th. After a careful investigation of all the
evidence, both oral and documentary, submitted by plaintiff, also the Old
Settler Payroll of Cherokees made in the year 1851, find for the
Plaintiff for these reasons; to wit: First: That the name James Jones,
from whom the above applicants have proven a lineal descent, appear upon
the Old Settler Pay Roll of Cherokees, made in the year 1851, and
numbered thereon 57, and further, that the names of Polly white and
Elizabeth Hampton, daughters and William Jones, also Martin Jones, now
dead, sons of the said James Jones, together with Andrew Hampton, Thomas
B. Jones, and Mary White, children of Polly White, Elizabeth Hampton and
William Jones and grand-children of James Jones, all appear upon the Old
Settler Payroll of 1851. Secondly: That James Jones took a reservation
under the terms of the Treaty of 1817 on the Tennessee River in the state
of Tennessee, as the roll of Reservees of that year shows, together with
a certified transcript of the bounds of this reservation from the
Interior Department of the United States. Thirdly: The attention of the
Commission is called to an act of the National Council, approved November
16, 1849, Which reads: Be it enacted by the National Council. That James
Jones be and he is hereby privileged to return to the Cherokee Nation
with his family and reside, and is admitted to the enjoyment of the
rights and privileges of citizenship of this Nation. Tahlequah, November
16, 1849, Approved Jno. Ross. Therefore, we the Commission on
Citizenship, a body duly created under the provisions of an act of the
National Council, approved Dec. 8, 1886, and rejecting or re-admitting
applicants for citizenship, who shall have filed their applications in
due season, under the 7th Section of the above act, and the amendment to
said act in relation to Old Settler applicants, approved February 7,
1888, do declare the Polly White, Elizabeth Hampton, Thomas Jones and his
nine children, William H, Artelia, Leroy A., John S, Hatta H.C., Betsy E,
J.H, Joel, and Arvilla Jones, and James E, William H, and J.S. White, and
Mary Jane White, Eli Herod, Polly Brown, Mont Smith, John Smith, and
Eliza Smith, and Joseph S. Herod and his two sisters, and brother,
Elzena, William W, and Louisa Bell Herod and James Joel Jones, son of
Margaret Jones, dead, and Andrew W. Hampton, William C.Mattie J. and
Clara May Hampton, and Alabama Hampton, and Emily Jones and Catharine
Hurley and her child Jancy Hurley, Theodore Jones, Elizabeth Jones,
Caldonia Jones, and Margaret A. Jones, and Sarah Ann Blaylock and her
four children: Mary Elizabeth,Milly Jane, Artella, and Lotta Ann
Blaylock, and Ruth Ann Atchison, and Josiah White, are entitled to all
the right and privileges of Cherokees by virtue of such blood, and are
hereby re-admitted as such. J. T. Adair, Chairman and D. W. Lipe,
Commissioner
More About JAMES JONES, SR.:
Burial: 1851, died along White River Arkansas
Census: 1850, Carrollton Co. AR Long Creek TWP
Emigrated: December 11, 1829, Nickojack, Alabama>IL>AR
Residence: 1817, Eastern Cherokee Reservation in Tennessee
Notes for MARY SANDRIDGE:
Accord
1798 - 1876 Mary* Standridge 78 78 ID: I07428
Name: Mary Standridge
Sex: F
Birth: 1798 in Georgia
Death: 1876 in Indian Territory
Note:
Mary is a daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth STandridge.
Her daughter, ELizabeth Jones Hampton, states in the Reenrollment to the
Cherokee Nation that her mother was Mary Standridge.
She was born in the correct location as to where the Standridges
were. She uses the names of the family in naming her children.
She lives near Rhoda Blevins. She was in Illinois at the time the
STandridge family was there.
James Jones is probably a brother to John Jones who lives in Newton
County, Ar. 1850 near the standridges.
In 1850, there is an Adaline Jackson and Martin Jackson with the family.
In 1860, Adaline is using the name Jones. I do not think she is Mary's
child perhaps a grandchild.
I found these Jones in Carroll Co. in 1840, no James. He did pay taxes
there in the 1830s. He probably spent some of his time in the Indian
Territory of Ok. Most of his family finally moved to Delaware District,
Indian Territory. Mary Standridge Jones died there.
1840 Census
CARROLL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Pages 27&28
WHITE TWP (cont.)
Head of Family Free White Males Free White Females Male Slaves Female
Slaves Comments
Column Description >> A B C D E F G H I J K L M A B C D E F G H I J K L M
U V W X Y Z U V W X Y Z
David JONES 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1
Simon JONES 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
James FLOOD 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
John FLOOD 0 0 0 0 1 0
Nathan FLOOD 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1
Samuel WARD 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
David JONES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Polly PICKETT 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 1
Note:
tax list 1832-38
JONES, David 1834 1835 1836 1837 1838
JONES, David Jr 1837
JONES, Drewry 1838
JONES, Drury 1834 1835 1836 1837
JONES, James 1834 1835 1836
JONES, James 1837 1838
JONES, John 1834 1836 1837
JONES, Simon 1836 1837 1838
JONES, William 1837 1838
JONSON, Wm. K. 1838
Note:
1850 Carroll County Long Creek
162 Blevins James M 32 farmerTenn
Delila 31Ky
Elizabeth A 12Ark
Samuel C 10Ark
Mary J 8Ark
Leroy C 7Ark
Martha Ann 6Ark
Telitha A 6Mo
Paralee 4Ark
William A 2Ark
163 Blevins Isham 62 farmerVa
Elizabeth 55Tenn
William D 20 farmerTenn
Sarah E 15Ark
Malinda 16Ark
164 Blevins Squire 46 farmerKy
Roda 43Ga
John W 17 farmerArk
Luke H 14Ark
Isham M 10Ark
Emily 7Ark
Eliza 2Ark
James L 4Ark
Gregg Sarah M 20Tenn
Bird Thomas 3Ark
165 Blevins James 24 farmerTenn
Elizabeth A 22Tenn
Squire Y 4Ark
Sarah E 2Ark
There are many more Blevins here at this time. Two Squires are here.
174 Jones James 66 farmerSC
Mary 57Ga
William 24 farmerTenn
James 19 farmerIllinois
Lemuel 16 farmerArk
Martin 14 Ark
Noah 11 Ark
174 Jackson Martin 6Ark
Adaline 5Ark
Note:
1860 Carroll County Ar.
I think Mariah Jones may really read Martin Jones.
p. 212 - 17 Sept 1860
1411 BLEVINS, Luke H 23 m AR
farmer; can't read or write
1411 BLEVINS, Sarah A 21 f AR
can't read or write
1411 BLEVINS, Perlina A 2 f AR
1411 BLEVINS, Matilda J 9 f AR
Note:
1412 BLEVINS, Squire 56 m NC
farmer; can't read or write
1412 BLEVINS, Rhoda 54 f GA
can't read or write
1412 BLEVINS, Martin J 19 m AR
farmer
1412 BLEVINS, Emily T 18 f AR
1412 BLEVINS, James K. P. 16 m AR
1412 BLEVINS, Eliza J 13 f AR
1412 JONES, Rhoda C 10 f AR
Note:
1413 BLEVINS, James 45 m TN
farmer; can't read or write
1413 BLEVINS, Elizabeth 35 f TN
can't read or write
1413 BLEVINS, Squire Y 13 m AR
1413 BLEVINS, Sarah E 12 f AR
1413 BLEVINS, John W 8 m AR
1413 BLEVINS, Rhoda 10 f AR
1413 BLEVINS, Elizabeth 8 f AR
1413 BLEVINS, James K.P. 2 m AR
Note:
1414 JONES, Mariah 21 m AR
farmer; can't read or write
1414 JONES, Lucy A 18 f AR
1414 JONES, Mary 60 f GA
widow; can't read or write
1414 JONES, Adaline 17 f AR
the Adaline Jones was Jackson in 1850.
Father: Alexander Standridge b: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S.
C.
Mother: Elizabeth
Marriage 1 James Jones b: ABT. 1785 in South Carolina
Married: ABT. 1820 in Probably Tenn.
~1776 - ~1836 Alexander* Standridge 60 60 ID: I527249487
Name: Alexander, Sr STANDRIDGE
Given Name: Alexander, Sr
Surname: Standridge
Sex: M
Birth: Abt. 1775 in Rowan, NC (if a brother of James who lived there with
his family beginning before 1768 and into the 1800's) 1
Death: Aft. 1835 in Newton County (part of the original Lawrence County),
AR probably 1
Burial: Sissom Cemetery, Moore, Newton County, Arkansas possibly next to
his son Lemuel 1
Note:
REFN: 15928
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1. Alexander and Elizabeth had daughters that we may have omitted. They
lived in the large Lawrence County, Arkansas, part of the Arkansas
Cherokee Nation, before it was divided into smaller counties including
Newton and Pope.
1. The Alexander Standridge family probably removed from Pickens County,
South Carolina, to Franklin County, Tennessee, to Marion County,
Tennessee, to Union County, Illinois and through Missouri to Carroll
County, Arkansas finally settling on Richland Creek in Newton County,
Arkansas.
3. While living in Tennessee, Alexander and Elizabeth attended church
where Samuel McBee preached. Samuel married Eleanor Standridge, daughter
of James and Mary "Polly" (Wallace) Standridge, Jr. indicating these two
Standridge families were very closely related. C. L Boyd believes they
could be brothers although of different mothers according to information
from Betty Renfroe, brenfroe@@cswnet.com, December 2001.
Father: James, Sr STANDRIDGE b: Abt. 1730 in Maryland probably
Marriage 1 Elizabeth wife of Alexander, Sr STANDRIDGE b: Abt. 1777 in
Georgia possibly
Married: Bef. 1795 in Georgia probably 1
Note: REFNM9925
Children
Martin, Sr STANDRIDGE b: 12 Sep 1805 in Habersham, Habersham County,
Georgia and from Carroll County, AR
Mary STANDRIDGE b: 1798 in Georgia
Samuel James, Sr STANDRIDGE b: 1806 in Habersham, Habersham County,
Georgia and from Carroll County, AR
Rhoda (#4) STANDRIDGE b: 1807 in Georgia
Lemuel Owen, Sr STANDRIDGE b: 21 Jan 1814 in Franklin or Marion County,
TN and from Carrol County, AR
John(#3) STANDRIDGE b: 1816 in Franklin or Marion County, TN and from
Carrol County, AR
Sources:
Title: lanastl.FTW
Repository:
ID: I02814
Name: Alexander Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S. C. 1
Death: ABT. 1836 in Probably Long Creek, Carroll Co. AR. 1
Marriage 1 Elizabeth
Married: ABT. 1798 in Probably Pendleton District South Carolina
Children
Mary Standridge b: 1798 in Georgia
Samuel James Standridge b: 1806 in Franklin County, Georgia
Martin Standridge b: 12 OCT 1806 in Georgia
Rhoda Standridge b: 1807 in Georgia
Lemuel Standridge b: 21 JAN 1814 in Tennessee
John Standridge b: 1816 in Franklin County, Georgia
Sources:
Title: renfroe.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: May 29, 2000
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ID: I02814
Name: Alexander Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S. C. 1
Death: ABT. 1836 in Probably Long Creek, Carroll Co. AR. 1
Marriage 1 Elizabeth
Married: ABT. 1798 in Probably Pendleton District South Carolina
Children
Mary Standridge b: 1798 in Georgia
Samuel James Standridge b: 1806 in Franklin County, Georgia
Martin Standridge b: 12 OCT 1806 in Georgia
Rhoda Standridge b: 1807 in Georgia
Lemuel Standridge b: 21 JAN 1814 in Tennessee
John Standridge b: 1816 in Franklin County, Georgia
Sources:
Title: renfroe.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: May 29, 2000
Mary* Elizabeth ?? 1806 Samuel James Standridge ID: I00081
Name: Samuel James Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1806 in Franklin County, Georgia 1
Father: Alexander Standridge b: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S.
C.
Mother: Elizabeth
Marriage 1 Mahaly Lucinda Morgan b: 1815 in Tennessee
Married: 9 MAY 1831 in Union County, Illinois 1
Children
Allen L. Standridge b: 1832 in Union Co. Ill.
Martin W. Standridge b: 1837 in Richland Township, Newton County,
Arkansas
Sarah S. Standridge b: ABT. 1839
Sarah L. Standridge b: 1839 in Richland Township, Newton County, Arkansas
Rhoda Lucinda Standridge b: 27 MAR 1841 in Arkansas
Samuel James Standridge , Jr. b: 29 JAN 1843 in Richland Township,
Newton County, Arkansas
Mahaly A. J. Standridge b: 1845
Zelphan James Standridge b: 1847
John Wesley Standridge b: MAR 1854 in Newton County, Arkansas
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ID: I00081
Name: Samuel James Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1806 in Franklin County, Georgia 1
Father: Alexander Standridge b: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S.
C.
Mother: Elizabeth
Marriage 1 Mahaly Lucinda Morgan b: 1815 in Tennessee
Married: 9 MAY 1831 in Union County, Illinois 1
Children
Allen L. Standridge b: 1832 in Union Co. Ill.
Martin W. Standridge b: 1837 in Richland Township, Newton County,
Arkansas
Sarah S. Standridge b: ABT. 1839
Sarah L. Standridge b: 1839 in Richland Township, Newton County, Arkansas
Rhoda Lucinda Standridge b: 27 MAR 1841 in Arkansas
Samuel James Standridge , Jr. b: 29 JAN 1843 in Richland Township,
Newton County, Arkansas
Mahaly A. J. Standridge b: 1845
Zelphan James Standridge b: 1847
John Wesley Standridge b: MAR 1854 in Newton County, Arkansas
1806 Martin Standridge ID: I00080
Name: Martin Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 12 OCT 1806 in Georgia 1
Death: AFT. 1880 in Richland Creek, Arkansas 1
Note:
From C. L. Boyd's book, Standridge: Martin Standridge was born Oct. 12,
1806 in Georgia. He died after 1880 on Richland Creek in Newton Co. AR.
He is buried in Richland Cemetery near Pelsor, Ar. He has no marker.
Fred Ross stated that Martin's wife was Rosie Meek, but I (C. L.) believe
he confused Martin Standridge and Martin Ross. Jesse Waits thought
Martin Standridge was married to a Branch. This can not be proved
either. The family Bible lists Martin's wife only as Katherine
Standridge. Martin and Katherine were listed in the 1840 Carroll Co. AR.
census. Then they are listed in the Newton Co. Ar. censuses for 1850,
1860, 1870, and 1880. Katherine Standridge was born Sept. 15, 1805 and
is said to haved to be 107 years old. She is also buried at Richland
Cemetery. Family legend says that the family decided to move from
Carroll Co. Ar. to Texas in about 1836. When they arrived on Richland
Creek Newton Co. Ar., game was so plentiful that they settled there.
Some of the family did move on to Texas as some of the kids are born in
Texas the census says. The Standridge men were great bear hunters and
most supplemented their income with whiskey making. This family went
into Union County and Jackson County Illinois when moving to AR. This
was also the route of many Cherokee Indians. No family tie has been made
to Indians; but legend passed down is that many of the Standridge men
married Indian women.
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I00080
Name: Martin Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 12 OCT 1806 in Georgia 1
Death: AFT. 1880 in Richland Creek, Arkansas 1
Note:
From C. L. Boyd's book, Standridge: Martin Standridge was born Oct. 12,
1806 in Georgia. He died after 1880 on Richland Creek in Newton Co. AR.
He is buried in Richland Cemetery near Pelsor, Ar. He has no marker.
Fred Ross stated that Martin's wife was Rosie Meek, but I (C. L.) believe
he confused Martin Standridge and Martin Ross. Jesse Waits thought
Martin Standridge was married to a Branch. This can not be proved
either. The family Bible lists Martin's wife only as Katherine
Standridge. Martin and Katherine were listed in the 1840 Carroll Co. AR.
census. Then they are listed in the Newton Co. Ar. censuses for 1850,
1860, 1870, and 1880. Katherine Standridge was born Sept. 15, 1805 and
is said to haved to be 107 years old. She is also buried at Richland
Cemetery. Family legend says that the family decided to move from
Carroll Co. Ar. to Texas in about 1836. When they arrived on Richland
Creek Newton Co. Ar., game was so plentiful that they settled there.
Some of the family did move on to Texas as some of the kids are born in
Texas the census says. The Standridge men were great bear hunters and
most supplemented their income with whiskey making. This family went
into Union County and Jackson County Illinois when moving to AR. This
was also the route of many Cherokee Indians. No family tie has been made
to Indians; but legend passed down is that many of the Standridge men
married Indian women.
1807 Rhoda Standridge ID: I02072
Name: Rhoda Standridge
Sex: F
Birth: 1807 in Georgia
Death: BEF. 1873 in Long Creek area of Carroll County, Ar.
Note:
Rhoda Sandridge married Squire Blevins. Isham Martin's death certificate
says his
mother was Rhoda Standridge and his father was Squire Blevins.
Rhoda says she was born in Ga where the Standridges were at the time
Martin and Samuel James were born. Squire Black Blevins is spoken of in
Goodspeeds History of Carroll County. He is called Black to distinguish
him from Squire White Blevins who is also there. In 1850 Carroll County,
Ar. census there is a Sarah M. Gregg living with the Blevins family. She
may be an older daughter. There is a young child in the homeThomas Bird
age 3. Sarah M. Blevins married second to her cousin, William Jones.
In the Elizabeth Hampton testemony she states that Sallie Jones was a
white
woman.
Note:
Many researchers think that Squire Black Blevins is a son of Isham
Blevins.
If this is correct, I think Margaret Blevins STandridge is his daughter.
Most
researchers believe that Squire White Blevins is a son of Richard. Also,
they
speculate that Isham and Richard are brothers. Squire White Blevins is
the
person on the immigration rolls in Nickajack, Alabama with Richard. He is
the Squire Blevins in Cape Gir. Mo in 1830. Researchers think his mother
is Elizabeth Arrington, a white woman. Richard Blevins married Mary
Jones and
Elizabeth Jones after Elizabeth Arrington. Mary and Elizabeth Jones were
sisters
of James, John, Drewry, and David Jones. Her were half breed Cherokee
women.
Note:
A point I strongly believe is that Charles Blevins and James Blevins who
marry
daughters of Squire Black Blevins are cousins to their wives. I do not
know their
fathers. Charles mother is Elizabeth Blevins.
Note:
The Blevins lived in the Long Creek area of Carroll Co. AR. near Boone
County and also in the upper part of Carroll Co. I think probably
Northeast of the community called Denver, AR. I think they lived out
there lives here.
Squire and Rhoda may have more children who I do not have listed. PLEASE
CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ON THIS FAMILY. brenfroe@@cswnet.com
1840 Census
CARROLL COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Pages 13&14
OSAGE TWP
Isham BLEVINS 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1
Luke BLEVINS 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1
Jac. SHIPMAN 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1
Willis WOODARD 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1
Sally PAGE 1 0 1 2 0 1
Armstead BLEVINS 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
Elijah HULSEY 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 1
Spencer O'NEAL 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
1 idiot or insane
Wiley BOYD 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Elisha WOODARD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 1
Hiram HULSEY 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1
Squire BLEVINS 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1
(this is Squire Black Blevins who is married to
Rhoda Standridge, I can tell by the children and
ages of Rhoda and Squire)
William MAY 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1
Richd. BLEVINS 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2
William BLEVINS 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1
Squire BLEVINS 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1
This is Squire White Blevins who is believed to
be the son of Richard Blevins and Elizabeth
Arrington.
James BLEVINS 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
Guy ROSS 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
W. B. HUNTER 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
J. DICKINSON 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
A. J. D. HUFF 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1
Tassley BINGHAM 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Jeremiah L. MEEK 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0
1 0 1
This is not Jeremiah Meek who married Elizabeth Blevins!
William J. ESTES 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1
John BLEVINS Sr. 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
Isaac ALLEN 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Jac. GRAGG 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1
James K. BLAIR 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
William COLE 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Sampson COLE 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1
1850 Carroll County Long Creek
(this is Isham's Son and Delila Meek, she is the
daughter of the Jeremiah Meek, but not the one
who married Betsy Blevins).
162 Blevins James M 32 farmer Tenn
Delila 31 Ky
Elizabeth A 12 Ark
Samuel C 10 Ark
Mary J 8 Ark
1814 - 1902 Lemuel Owen Standridge 88 88 ID: I00064
Name: Lemuel Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 21 JAN 1814 in Tennessee 1
Death: 8 OCT 1902 1
Note:
Generation No. 1
1. Lemuel Owen    2 Standridge (Alexander1) was born January 21, 1814
in
Franklin County, Tennessee, and died October 08, 1902 in Richland
Township,
Newton County, Arkansas. He married Sarah Margaret "Peggy"   
Blevins/Blair
1836 in Tennessee. She was born 1820 in Missouri, and died March 23, 1900
in Richland Township, Newton County, Arkansas.
Notes for Lemuel Standridge:
1840 census Carroll County, Arkansas show Lemuel's family to consist of,
1
male, 20-30, 2 female 0-5, 1 female 15-20 and 1 female 70-80. The
seventy
year old female may have been Elizabeth, mother of Lemuel, John, Samuel
and Martin Sr. Lemuel would have been 24 and Peggy would be 20, while
daughter Elizabeth would be 3, Mary Jane would be 1. In 1860 Lem had
forty acres of land on Richland Creek about 1 1/2 miles due west of
Moore,
Arkansas. This land description was SE1/4, SE1/4, Section 21, Range 19
West,
Township 13 North. It is believed that Lem and Peggy had 13 Children.
Lemuel Standridge, farmer b. 1820 TN, wife Peggy M. Blair, b. 1820 MO.
Children: Elizabeth 13, Mary J. 11, Lydia M. 8, James R.
6, Kisiah 3, Alexander 1, all children b. in Ark. This info is from the
Library. Richland Township, Newton Co., Ark. 10/18/1850.)
Census:
1850 Census Richland Twp. of Newton County, Arkansas
70-70
Standridge
Lemuel 30 M Farmer TN
Peggy M. 30 F MO
Elizabeth 13 F AR
Mary J. 11 F AR
Lidia M. 8 F AR (my gr gr grandmother)
James K 6 M AR
Kisiah 3 F AR
Alexander 1 M AR
(History of Newton County, Richland Township, Arkansas, written by
Walter
F. Lacky , has this info.)
Newton County, Township 17 Nort Range 1900
Sec. Acres Price Purchaser Date Cet.
36 40 $40.00 Henry Cagle 11-01-1859, 1168
21 40 $50.00 Lemuel Standridge 2-22-1858, 10370
22 40 $40.00 Martin Standridge 11-11-1859, 11685
25 40 $50.00 Samuel Standridge 02-22-1858, 10374
1860 Census Richland Twp. Newton County, Arkansas
Standridge
Lemuel 46 M AL Farmer 300/1200
Margret 40 F Mo
M. J. 20 F AR (Mary Jane)
F. M. 17 F AR (Lydia Margaret)
J. P. 15 M AR (James Knox Polk "Jim")
C. A. 12 F AR (Kisiah C. A.)
Elick 10 M AR (Alexander Elliott "Mill Alex")
Anglina 7 F AR
L. O. 5 M AR (Lemuel Owen Jr.)
Sarah 1 F AR (triplet)
Lucina 1 F AR Loucinda (triplet)
Serina 1 F AR Louvina (triplet)
1870 Census Richland Twp. Newton County, Arkansas
(must have been overlooked in this census)
1880 Census Richland Twp. Newton County, Arkansas
Standridge
Lemuel 65 M Farmer TN TN TN
Margaret 69 F MO NC NC
Sarah 21 F AR TN MO
Howard 19 M AR TN MO
Martha 16 F AR TN MO
1900 Newton County, Arkansas
Standridge:
Lemuel (widowed) 80 M TN
Angelina (widow) 47 F AR
Howard 39 M AR
Maggy M. (Martha) 36 F AR
Notes: Lemuel Standridge was born 1816 , TN. died October 04, 1904 Ben
Hur,
Arkansas .
His wife Sarah Margaret "Peggy" Blair /Blevins was born 1820 in Missouri,
she died October 20.1900.
They are both buried at Sissom Cemetery, in Newton County, Arkansas.
Peggy's
maiden names have been recieved from three different sets of
great-granchildren. With Blair being the most mentioned. C.L. Boyd
believes
that the Alexander Standridge family went from Pickens County, South
Carolina to Franklin County, Tennessee to Marion County Tennessee, to
Union
County, Illinois and back through Missouri to Carroll County, Arkansas
and
finally settled on Richland Creek in Newton County, Arkansas.
Father: Alexander Standridge b: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S.
C.
Mother: Elizabeth
Marriage 1 Peggy Sarah Margaret Blevins b: 1820 in Missouri
Married: ABT. 1837 in Carroll Co. AR.
Children
Elizabeth Standridge b: ABT. 1838 in Carrolton, Arkansas
Mary J. Standridge b: 1 MAY 1841
Lydia Margeret Standridge b: 29 OCT 1842 in Carroll County, AR. White
Township
James Knox Polk Standridge b: 15 JAN 1845 in Richland Creek, Newton
County, Arkan
1816 - 1865 John Wesley Standridge 49 49 ID: I00082
Name: John Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1816 in Franklin County, Georgia 1
Death: 1865 in Newton County, Arkansas 1
Note:
From C. L. Boyd:
Along toward the end of the Civil War, Bushwhackers raided John
Standridge's place and killed him, along with tow of his sons, Lemuel and
Wash. According to information included in John Jrs pension file, this
event occured in late January or early Feb. 1865. Alonzo Standridge siad
that the reason they were killed was because John had five or six hundred
dollars hid and woul dnot tell where it was hidden. Alonzo also said it
happened about daybreak. John and the two boys ran out to see what was
disturbing the chickens. Nancy told that her mother (Betsey) picked up
Wash and carried him back into the house after he was shot through the
neck. All three Standridge men are buried in Richland Cemetery in the
same grave on a feather bed. The women dug the grave and carried the
feather bed from the house to lay them on. This grave is on the left
inside the gate of the cemetery and is now marked by a stone put up by
Dallas Standridge. The twins, Bessie and Dessie, show DAllas where the
grave was located.
Father: Alexander Standridge b: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S.
C.
Mother: Elizabeth
Marriage 1 Mary Elizabeth b: ABT. 1816 in Georgia
Children
Martha Standridge b: ABT. 1833 in Arkansas
Jeremiah Standridge b: 25 DEC 1834 in Newton County, Arkansas
Samuel Standridge b: ABT. 1835
Elizabeth Standridge b: JUL 1838 in Arkansas
John Standridge b: ABT. 1839 in Newton County, Arkansas
Benjamin Standridge b: ABT. 1844
Richard Standridge b: 17 JUN 1844 in Quincy, Newton County, Arkansas
Lemuel Standridge b: ABT. 1847
Washington Standridge b: ABT. 1848
Alexander Standridge b: 15 APR 1852
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I00082
Name: John Standridge 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1816 in Franklin County, Georgia 1
Death: 1865 in Newton County, Arkansas 1
Note:
From C. L. Boyd:
Along toward the end of the Civil War, Bushwhackers raided John
Standridge's place and killed him, along with tow of his sons, Lemuel and
Wash. According to information included in John Jrs pension file, this
event occured in late January or early Feb. 1865. Alonzo Standridge siad
that the reason they were killed was because John had five or six hundred
dollars hid and woul dnot tell where it was hidden. Alonzo also said it
happened about daybreak. John and the two boys ran out to see what was
disturbing the chickens. Nancy told that her mother (Betsey) picked up
Wash and carried him back into the house after he was shot through the
neck. All three Standridge men are buried in Richland Cemetery in the
same grave on a feather bed. The women dug the grave and carried the
feather bed from the house to lay them on. This grave is on the left
inside the gate of the cemetery and is now marked by a stone put up by
Dallas Standridge. The twins, Bessie and Dessie, show DAllas where the
grave was located.
Father: Alexander Standridge b: ABT. 1776 in Probably Pendleton Dist. S.
C.
Mother: Elizabeth
Marriage 1 Mary Elizabeth b: ABT. 1816 in Georgia
Children
Martha Standridge b: ABT. 1833 in Arkansas
Jeremiah Standridge b: 25 DEC 1834 in Newton County, Arkansas
Samuel Standridge b: ABT. 1835
Elizabeth Standridge b: JUL 1838 in Arkansas
John Standridge b: ABT. 1839 in Newton County, Arkansas
Benjamin Standridge b: ABT. 1844
Richard Standridge b: 17 JUN 1844 in Quincy, Newton County, Arkansas
Lemuel Standridge b: ABT. 1847
Washington Standridge b: ABT. 1848
Alexander Standridge b: 15 APR 1852
Bet 1755 and 1760 Thomas* Jones ID: I07557
Name: Thomas Jones
Sex: M
Name: Thomas Jones 1 2
Birth: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Birth: ABT. 1760 in Unknown 1 2
Birth: 1760
Death: in Alabama 1 2
Burial: 1 2
Residence: 1817 eastern Tennessee 1 2
Note:
This is from Patty Woodall
From: Patty Woodall
To: B. Renfroe
Cc: Raynsharon63@@cs.com ; topher@@brightok.net ; mdkilgore@@sbcglobal.net
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2002 6:33 PM
Subject: RE: Thomas Jones
Note: Hi Betty,
Note:
I was on the Thomas Jones reservation today. Since I didn't have my map
with me, I don't know exactly where it was. Talked to a man who will
show me where all the springs are in the area. With my map and his
knowledge of the area I can probably pin point with a great deal of
accuracy where Thomas Jones lived. The reservations were given with the
place where the person lived in as near the center [of the reservation]
as possible. Of course the person lived near a spring because who wanted
to carry water for any great distance. This is in a valley called Kings
Cove after William King who bought the reservation from his
father-in-law, William Gains, who bought it from Thomas Jones. There is
a Jones Creek in Kings Cove. The man I met today said there was a spring
at the head of Jones Creek. I suspect that is where Thomas Jones lived
... at this spring. This man, and I've forgotten his name, only is at
his house on the weekends. He lives in Chattanooga but was raised in
this area. This will be his retirement home. It is at the deadend of a
gravel road in Tanyard Hollow [Holler] off Kings Cove. This is a
beautiful place and so clean looking. I told him it would probably be
fall after the snakes went in before I came back. I will have my
camera. I'm very excited about this.
Note:
I know where Thomas and William Jones reservations were. All I know
about James Jones reservation is that it lay right next to the Tennessee
River but where I don't know. It is not on the maps. But I would guess
it was near Thomas and William. Now Drury Jones reservation appears to
be in Marion Co, TN. I just thought about this today after going up
Kings Cove. The head of Kings Cove is in Marion Co, TN. So, I'm
wondering if his reservation was there. It may have also been elsewhere
in Marion Co, TN. There is a big mountain on one side of Kings Cove that
pretty much separates AL from TN. It is a wide mountain too.
Note:
Thanks for the pulling together of evidence. Some of it I didn't exactly
remember that I knew. Let me get some of it clear in my mind and add to
what you sent.
Note:
1789 Pendleton Co, SC -Thomas Jones and Betty Wilkerson Jones sell to
Alexander Drumgoole.
1790 Pendleton Co, SC - Elizabeth Jones living alone [wonder who she
is?]; James Jones; Thomas Jones.
1800 Pendleton Co, SC - Thomas Jones; Alexander Standridge.
1810 Pendleton Co, SC - Thomas Jones [age over 45], Thomas Jones [age
-26], James Jones, William Jones, William Jones [both Williams age -45
with different aged children].
1804 Franklin Co, GA - Alexander Standridge.
1812 Franklin Co, TN - Alexander Standridge on tax list.
1813 Roane Co, TN - A Private Richard Blevins on muster roll of Capt Hugh
Barton's Co.
1818 Jackson Co, AL - Thomas Jones and other Jones get their
reservations.
1818 Marion Co, TN (which touchs Jackson Co, AL about a miles from the
Jones reservation) - Drury Jones leases land adjacent to Richard
Blevins.
1819 Jackson Co, AL - Squatters - Jacob and Henry Meeks.
1820 Pendleton Co, SC - Thomas Jones, Thomas Jones, James Jones, William
Jones
18?? Marion Co, TN - Alexander Standridge member Sweeden Cove Church.
1829 Jackson Co, AL - Jones families and Richard Blevins lived in Jackson
Co, AL near each other and emigrated to AR along with Peggy Wilkerson.
1850 Carroll Co, AR - James Jones age 66 b.c. 1784 SC.
Note:
1789 Pendleton Co, SC -Thomas Jones and Betty Wilkerson Jones sell to
Alexander Drumgoole.
1790 Pendleton Co, SC - Elizabeth Jones living alone; J
~1766 - >1820 Elizabeth* Wilkerson 54 54 ID: I07558
Name: Elizabeth Wilkerson
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Death: AFT. 1820
Note:
Was Indian Agent and a Trader in the old 96th District of SC.
Edward Wilkerson was made Commissioner of Peace for the Cherokee Dist.
From: Citizens and Immigrants of South Carlonia 1795, by Warren, page 67.
Note:
Charles Town, July 25, 1766
The Lieutenant Govenor, we hear has appointed Edward Wilkerson Esq. to be
Commandant of Fort Prince George, Keehowee.
Note:
From: House Journal 6th Jan. through 26 March 1784, page 568.
Tuesday 18 march, 1784. A motion was made and seconded that a committee
be appointed to inquire into the late Edward Wilkersons purchase of lands
from the Cherokee Indians....ordered it be taken into consideration
tomorrow.
The House took into consideration the report of the committee to whom was
referred the case of heirs of Edward Wilkerson Esq. deceased which being
read through, was agreed to as follows. Reports that in their opinion
John Wilkerson, Elizabeth Wilkerson, Edward Wilkerson and the youngest
son, his name not known, children of the late Edward Wilkerson shall each
be allowed a grant of 640 acres in any part of the purchase made by said
Edward Wilkerson from the Cherokee Indians.
From information provided by Raymond Ray.
Note:
This is John, Betsy's brother...
From: Citizenship Commission, Tahlequah, June 2, 1879
Case # 97, Benjamin Brackett VS Cherokee Nation
Petitioned for his rights as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation
Statment of Francis Latta: I will be ninty six years old the 5th of next
month. I was well aquainted with John Wilkerson in the Old Cherokee
Nation. He was regarded as a Cherokee citizen. I knew his mother well and
she belonged to the Wolf Clan. It has been about seventy five years ago
that I got aquainted with John Wilkerson. John and his mother talked the
Cherokee language. His mother spoke broken English. John lived when I
first got aquainted with him near Maker Jack Cove(probably Nick A Jack)on
the Tennessee River. John had seven children by my sister and his other
wife had five. He had a first wife in South Carolina and two after he
came to the Old Cherokee Nation, at least he said he did. He had sons
named Uriah and William Wilkerson. Nellie Wilkerson was said to be a
sister to Uriah and William. William, Uriah and Nellie are children by
the South Carolina wife. Wilkersons Cherokee wife named Cootiah by whom
he had five childeren named Aaron, Dick, George, James and John. John
Wilkersons
children by my sister were named Hiram, Jefferson, Lewis, Lydia, Tom,
George and Linda.
JOhn also married Coo ta yah. She was married to his brother Edward too.
I think Edward died.
Coo-ta -ya was living in Tennessee in 1815. In 1842 Coo-ta-ya filed claim
in GoingSnake Dist., Indian Territory. She married John Wilkerson 2nd time
Note:
note found
Coo'tire, mother of Aaron and Dick Wilkerson,
mixedblood sons of Edward and John Wilkerson of tennessee" for the sons
to be mixedblood one parent must be white.
Cherokee Claim of Jessie w. Bushyhead #5226 states that Coo-ta-ya's first
husband was Edward and her second was John
Wilkerson. Also in Star's book in states that Edward Wilkerson was white
and in one of the Claims I found reference to the
fact that John Wilkerson, coo-ta-ya's second husband was brother to her
first husband Edward.
Marriage 1 Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Married: ABT. 1783 in Pendleton Dist. S C
Children
William Jones b: 1784
James Jones b: ABT. 1785 in South Carolina
Drury Jones b: ABT. 1790
John Jones b: ABT. 1793 in South Carolina
Thomas Jr. Jones b: 1795
David Jones b: ABT. 1797
Mary Jones b: ABT. 1800
Elizabeth Jones b: ABT. 1802
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I07558
Name: Elizabeth Wilkerson
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Death: AFT. 1820
Note:
Was Indian Agent and a Trader in the old 96th District of SC.
Edward Wilkerson was made Commissioner of Peace for th
1784 William Jones ID: I09449
Name: William Jones
Sex: F
Birth: 1784
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I09449
Name: William Jones
Sex: F
Birth: 1784
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
~1790 Drury Jones ID: I07567
Name: Drury Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1790[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I07567
Name: Drury Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1790
1793 - >1850 John Jones 57 57 ID: I07559
Name: John Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1793 in South Carolina
Birth: 1793 in Tennessee
Death: AFT. 1850 in Probably Indian Territory or TX.
Note:
There are some Jones men living near John Jones in 1850 Newton Co. I
think they may also be his older sons. He seems to have a very large
family. His grandsons Lem and Lewis Jones sons of Elizabth Standridge
Felkins Jones received allotments for being Cherokee.
Note:
I would also think that these Joneses came to Ar. from St. Francois Co.
Mo. as many of
the rest of the Newton Co. Jones did. Was James Jones a brother to David
Jones Sr. of Carroll Co. Census 1840. C. L. Boyd said he thought John
Jones was half Cherokee.
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I07559
Name: John Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1793 in South Carolina
Birth: 1793 in Tennessee
Death: AFT. 1850 in Probably Indian Territory or TX.
Note:
There are some Jones men living near John Jones in 1850 Newton Co. I
think they may also be his older sons. He seems to have a very large
family. His grandsons Lem and Lewis Jones sons of Elizabth Standridge
Felkins Jones received allotments for being Cherokee.
Note:
I would also think that these Joneses came to Ar. from St. Francois Co.
Mo. as many of
the rest of the Newton Co. Jones did. Was James Jones a brother to David
Jones Sr. of Carroll Co. Census 1840. C. L. Boyd said he thought John
Jones was half Cherokee.
1795 Thomas Jones Jr. ID: I09448
Name: Thomas Jr. Jones
Sex: M
Birth: 1795
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I09448
Name: Thomas Jr. Jones
Sex: M
Birth: 1795
~1810 David Jones ID: I07568
Name: David Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1797
Note:
ID: I4250
Name: David (Drury) Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1810
_FA4: Old Settler roll
_FA4: 1829 Nickajack Emigration List, near Richard & Squire Blevins
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Martha Duncan b: 16 MAY 1813 in Georgia
Children
Elizabeth Jones
Frank Jones
George Jones
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I07568
Name: David Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1797
Note:
ID: I4250
Name: David (Drury) Jones
Sex: M
Birth: ABT. 1810
_FA4: Old Settler roll
_FA4: 1829 Nickajack Emigration List, near Richard & Squire Blevins
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Martha Duncan b: 16 MAY 1813 in Georgia
Children
Elizabeth Jones
Frank Jones
George Jones
~1800 Mary Jones ID: I00076
Name: Mary Jones
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1800
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Richard Blevins b: 1785
Children
John Blevins b: ABT. 1820
Girl Blevins b: 1825
Boy Blevins b: 1827
Elizabeth Jane Blevins b: 1830
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I00076
Name: Mary Jones
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1800
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Richard Blevins b: 1785
Children
John Blevins b: ABT. 1820
Girl Blevins b: 1825
Boy Blevins b: 1827
Elizabeth Jane Blevins b: 1830
~1802 Elizabeth Jones ID: I07564
Name: Elizabeth Jones
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1802
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Richard Blevins b: 1785
Children
Luke Blevins b: ABT. 1831
Elijah Blevins b: ABT. 1832
Richard Blevins b: ABT. 1833
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I07564
Name: Elizabeth Jones
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1802
Father: Thomas Jones b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth Wilkerson b: ABT. 1766 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Richard Blevins b: 1785
Children
Luke Blevins b: ABT. 1831
Elijah Blevins b: ABT. 1832
Richard Blevins b: ABT. 1833
1864 Josephus Herod 1866 Thomas Herod 1871 Ada Alice Trickett ID: I250
Name: Ada Alice TRICKETT
Sex: F
Birth: 17 AUG 1871
Note: According to my mother Helen Louise McBride, Alice and Bill Jones
had 3 son that she can remember, Andy Jones, Bill Jones and Lugs (nick
name) couldn't remember his given name.
Father: John P. TRICKETT b: 3 FEB 1850 in Iowa
Mother: Susan Tennesse METCALF b: JAN 1844 in Franklin, Arkansas
Marriage 1 William H. JONES b: 20 AUG 1866
Children
Minnie Ellen JONES b: 1891
Martha Ann JONES b: 1892
Maggie Dow JONES b: 1895
Ophelia Sophonia JONES b: 14 FEB 1897 in Cherokee Nation, I.T.
William JONES
Living JONES
Living JONES
1889 - 1971 Lofie* Idell Wiggins 81 81 1889 - 1975 Jerry* Whitt Bougues 85 85 [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: ID: I0384
Name: Jerry Bogus
Sex: M
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Zelma Robinson b: 1892
Children
Doyle Bogus
Irene Bogus
Mary Lou Bogus
Ida Bell Bogus
Lloyd Bogus
MARRIAGE: -----------------------
---------------------------------------------------------[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: ID: I0384
Name: Jerry Bogus
Sex: M
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Zelma Robinson b: 1892
Children
Doyle Bogus
Irene Bogus
Mary Lou Bogus
Ida Bell Bogus
Lloyd Bogus
MARRIAGE: -----------------------
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1892 - 1976 Zelma* Jessie Robinson 83 83 [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: ID: I0372
Name: Zelma Robinson
Sex: F
Birth: 1892
Death: 1976
MARRIAGE: Father: Willie Robinson b: 1860
Mother: Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Jerry Bogus
Children
Doyle Bogus
Irene Bogus
Mary Lou Bogus
Ida Bell Bogus
Lloyd Bogus[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: ID: I0372
Name: Zelma Robinson
Sex: F
Birth: 1892
Death: 1976
MARRIAGE: Father: Willie Robinson b: 1860
Mother: Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Jerry Bogus
Children
Doyle Bogus
Irene Bogus
Mary Lou Bogus
Ida Bell Bogus
Lloyd Bogus
1866 - 1946 Willie* Robinson 80 80 [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: ID: I0368
Name: Willie Robinson
Sex: M
Birth: 1860
Death: 1940 in Red River Parrish, LA
Burial: Mt. Zion Cemetery
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
Married: ABT. 1886
Children
James W Robinson b: 20 DEC 1888
Anglish Nathan Robinson b: 1890
Annah Robinson b: 1891
Zelma Robinson b: 1892
John Robinson b: 1895
Claude Franklin Robinson b: 26 JUN 1900
Herman Robinson
Sadie Robinson
Robert E Robinson b: 1907[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: ID: I0368
Name: Willie Robinson
Sex: M
Birth: 1860
Death: 1940 in Red River Parrish, LA
Burial: Mt. Zion Cemetery
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
Married: ABT. 1886
Children
James W Robinson b: 20 DEC 1888
Anglish Nathan Robinson b: 1890
Annah Robinson b: 1891
Zelma Robinson b: 1892
John Robinson b: 1895
Claude Franklin Robinson b: 26 JUN 1900
Herman Robinson
Sadie Robinson
Robert E Robinson b: 1907
1867 - 1948 Fannie* Lucinda Garrett 81 81 [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Willie Robinson b: 1860
Married: ABT. 1886
Children
James W Robinson b: 20 DEC 1888
Anglish Nathan Robinson b: 1890
Annah Robinson b: 1891
Zelma Robinson b: 1892
John Robinson b: 1895
Claude Franklin Robinson b: 26 JUN 1900
Herman Robinson
Sadie Robinson
Robert E Robinson b: 1907[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Willie Robinson b: 1860
Married: ABT. 1886
Children
James W Robinson b: 20 DEC 1888
Anglish Nathan Robinson b: 1890
Annah Robinson b: 1891
Zelma Robinson b: 1892
John Robinson b: 1895
Claude Franklin Robinson b: 26 JUN 1900
Herman Robinson
Sadie Robinson
Robert E Robinson b: 1907
1842 - 1893 Andrew* Jackson Garrett 51 51 [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Anjaronia "Annie" Lee b: BET. 1846 - 1848
Married: 6 NOV 1865 in Butler County, Alabama
Children
Carlie Garrett
Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
Abi Rebecca Garrett b: 21 JUN 1871
Salena Garrett b: 4 APR 1873
Irvin Garrett b: 1876
Roxanne Garrett b: 5 APR 1879[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Anjaronia "Annie" Lee b: BET. 1846 - 1848
Married: 6 NOV 1865 in Butler County, Alabama
Children
Carlie Garrett
Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
Abi Rebecca Garrett b: 21 JUN 1871
Salena Garrett b: 4 APR 1873
Irvin Garrett b: 1876
Roxanne Garrett b: 5 APR 187
1832 Charles Marshal Trickett 1838 Albert Trickett 1782 - Bet 1840 and 1849 Mary* Ann Clackler [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Married: 1800 in Edgefield, South Carolina
MARRIAGE: CHILDREN:
Robert Jackson Garrett , Jr. b: 24 AUG 1820
William Walter Garrett b: 7 JUL 1802 in Edgefield County, South Carolina
John M Garrett b: 6 MAR 1805
Elizabeth Ann Garrett b: 7 NOV 1807
Sophia Garrett b: 18 JAN 1810
Francis Ann Garrett b: 18 MAR 1811
Mary E Garrett b: 1812 in Edgefield County, South Carolina
Thomas B Garrett , Sr b: 18 FEB 1813 in Edgefield County, South Carolina
Sarah Annie Garrett b: 13 FEB 1815
Overstreet Wiley Garrett b: 21 MAR 1818 in Edgefield County, South
Carolina
Joshua English Garrett b: 30 NOV 1824 in Montgomery County, Alabama
Julia Ann Garrett b: 8 MAY 1827 in Alabama
James C. Garrett b: 30 NOV 1822 in Alabama
MARRIAGE: -----------------------
---------------------------------------------------------ID: I12883
Name: Mary Clackler
Sex: F
Birth: 6 MAR 1782 in Edgefield Co, SC
Death: 1840-1850 in Coffee Co., Alabama
Note:
What is the evidence for Mary Clackler being the wife of Robert Garrett?
Prior to this research, we knew that our Robert Garrett's wife's name was
Mary, and that she was born March 6, 1782. Who were her parents? What
proof was there that Mary Clackler was Robert's wife?
A record was found in the book, Edgefield County South Carolina Records,
that a John Clackler named his daughter, Mary Garrett, in his 1814 will
which was written in Edgefield Co., South Carolina.
Another abstract indicated that John Clackler had land bordering
"Garretts".
A study of the other Garretts in Edgefield did not allow for a
Clackler/Garrett marriage.
A check with the 1790 Edgefield census found a John Clackler (Mary's
father) listed in the general area of John Garrett, father of our Robert,
and the Callihams. The 1810 census found Clackler near Morris Calliham,
John Garrett's wife Fanny's brother. 1820 census found Clackler's widow,
Mary, still near Morris and in the John Garrett neighborhood. All of
these would have been in the same area.
I found the abstract of this John Clackler's will, written in Edgefield
in 1814, in which he named his daughters, Sarah Rice, Mary Garrett,
Margaret Jones, Elizabeth Butler, and joy of joys - Sophia Roper. That
Sophia did it for me, and I knew we had our Mary's parents! We all know
that our Robert and Mary named one of their daughter's Sophronia and she
was called Sophia. I had previously told Gloria that if we ever found
Mary's parents, we'd probably find a Sophia, and here it was!
Mary's grandmother was named Sarah (accounting for our Robert's daughter,
Sarah Annie).
Mary has been reported to be born in Pennsylvania. We can see from the
research that the Clacklers, her parents, never lived in Pennsylvania,
and their daughter, Mary Clackler, wife of our Robert Garrett, would have
been born in South Carolina rather than Pennsylvania, as some of her
children reported in census records. (Just as many said she was born in
South Carolina). However, her grandparents Fudge were born in
Pennsylvania, which would have led to the confusion.
Mary was noted by age in the 1830 and 1840 census but was dead when
Robert's second wife, Rebecca was listed by name in the 1850 census, so
Mary's death occurred between 1840 and Robert's 2nd marriage.
Change Date: 10 AUG 2002
Father: John Clackler b: 1755-1765 in South Carolina
Mother: Mary Fudge b: 1755-1765 in Pennsylvania
Marriage 1 Robert Garrett b: 5 NOV 1777 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia
Married: ABT 1800
Children
William Walter Garrett b: 7 JUL 1802 in Edgefield Co., South Carolina
John Mason Garrett b: 6 MAR 1805 in Edgefield Co., SC
Elizabeth Ann Garrett b: 7 NOV 1807 in Edgefield Co, SC
Sophronia "Sophia" Garrett b: 18 JAN 1809 in Edgefield Co, SC
Francis Ann Garrett b: 18 MAR 1811 in Edgefield Co, SC
Thomas B. Garrett b: 31 JAN 1813 in Edgefield Co, SC
Sarah Annie Garrett b: 28 FEB 1815 in Edgefield Co., SC
Overstreet Wiley Garrett b: 21 MAR 1818 in Edg
1820 Kissiah* Rials [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Robert Jackson Garrett , Jr. b: 24 AUG 1820
Married: 1841 in Dale County, Alabama
Children
Andrew Jackson Garrett b: 1842
Joshua Garrett b: 1843
Mary J Garrett b: 1845
William Thomas Garrett b: 16 NOV 1845 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
James Pinson Garrett b: 8 APR 1847 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
John M. Garrett b: 1850[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Robert Jackson Garrett , Jr. b: 24 AUG 1820
Married: 1841 in Dale County, Alabama
Children
Andrew Jackson Garrett b: 1842
Joshua Garrett b: 1843
Mary J Garrett b: 1845
William Thomas Garrett b: 16 NOV 1845 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
James Pinson Garrett b: 8 APR 1847 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
John M. Garrett b: 1850
1820 UNKNOWN unk Living Neal Elizabeth* Green [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Married: 7 FEB 1815 in Orange County, North Carolina
MARRIAGE: Children
Evaline Rials b: 15 NOV 1823 in Alabama
Kissiah Rials b: 1820
Delilia Rials b: 1837 in Alabama
Elizabeth Rials b: 1820 in Alabama
Jacob Rials
John Rials
Malinda Rials
Maranda Rials
Mary Rials b: 1826
Archibald Rials , Jr. b: 5 JUL 1828[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Married: 7 FEB 1815 in Orange County, North Carolina
MARRIAGE: Children
Evaline Rials b: 15 NOV 1823 in Alabama
Kissiah Rials b: 1820
Delilia Rials b: 1837 in Alabama
Elizabeth Rials b: 1820 in Alabama
Jacob Rials
John Rials
Malinda Rials
Maranda Rials
Mary Rials b: 1826
Archibald Rials , Jr. b: 5 JUL 1828
Bet 1846 and 1848 - Bet 1913 and 1918 Anjaronia* Lee [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Andrew Jackson Garrett b: 1842
Married: 6 NOV 1865 in Butler County, Alabama
Children
Carlie Garrett
Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
Abi Rebecca Garrett b: 21 JUN 1871
Salena Garrett b: 4 APR 1873
Irvin Garrett b: 1876
Roxanne Garrett b: 5 APR 1879[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Andrew Jackson Garrett b: 1842
Married: 6 NOV 1865 in Butler County, Alabama
Children
Carlie Garrett
Fannie Lucinda Garrett b: 1867
Abi Rebecca Garrett b: 21 JUN 1871
Salena Garrett b: 4 APR 1873
Irvin Garrett b: 1876
Roxanne Garrett b: 5 APR 1879
Living Spikes Living Stephanie 1852 Joel* Dawson Wiggins Bet 1684 and 1687 - 11 Jan 1738/39 Henry* II Baker [Will of Henry Baker]
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I, Henry Baker, of Chowan, North Carolina, being
in good health of Body and of Sound and perfect mind and Memory, praise
be therefore given to almighty God, Do make and ordain this present last
will and testament, in Manner and form following, that is to Say: FIRST
and principally I command my Soul into the hands of almight God, hoping
through the merits, Death and Pasion of my Savior Jesus Christ, to have
full and free pardon and forgiveness of all my Sins and to Inherit
everlasting life; and my Body I commit to the earth to be buried at the
Discretion of my Executors almighty God to bestow upon me, I give as
follows: FIRST, I will that all my Debts and funerall Charges be paid and
Discharged. ITEM, I give to my son, Henry, all the Land whereon I now
live, to him and his heirs. ITEM, I give unto my Son, Henry, these
Negroes, To Wit, Guy, Clouse, Bobb, Ceasar, Ned, Jacob, young Diner, and
Hager and their increase. ITEM, I Give unto my Son Henry, my watch, Seal,
Desk, Six
rusia Chares, ye great Glass, my Sword, one ovel table, besides what I
have already or heretofore given him. ITEM, I give unto my son, John, all
my land at a place called Little Town, and my land joining on Banks, Wynn
and ascue, and the Land bought to William Garrat, all in Bertie precinct,
with ye Stock thereto belonging, to him and his heirs. ITEM, I give to my
Son, John, these negroes, To Wit, Arthur, Juno, Finney, little Bobb, and
Dick and their increase. ITEM, I give to my Son, Blake, my land bought of
John and Thomas Wickings in Chowan, and five hundred acres thereto
adjoining, which I took up; and my land at Ahoskey marsh in Bertie and
the Stock thereto Belonging, to him and his heirs. ITEM, I give to my
son, Blake, these negroes, To Wit, Cipio, Joe, Patt, and Argalus and
their increase. ITEM, I give to my Daughter Mary, these Negroes, To Wit,
Darby, Lucey and Peter and their Increase. ITEM, I give to my Daughter,
Sarah these Negroes, Cato and Priss and their Increase. ITEM, I give to
my Son, David, 130 acres of Land at Meherring Landing and adjoining to
the ferry, to him and his heirs. ITEM, I give to my Daughter Ruth, twenty
shillings. ITEM, I give to my Son Laddock, twenty shillings. ITEM, My
will and desire is that my wife, Ruth, have the use of these negroes, To
Wit, Tom, Bendo, Daniel, Dinah, and Joyce, Brady, during her natural life
and after her Decease I give Tom and Dinah to my Son, Henry, Daniel to my
Son, John, and Bendo to my Son, Blake. ITEM, I give my wife Ruth, all the
rest and residue of my personall Estate whatsoever and my will and desire
is that my wife, Ruth, have and enjoy the Back room and Entry and half ye
Orchard to be Divided from the house Westerly and Land adjoining to the
plantation to work on Dureing her Natural Life or widowhood. ITEM, My
will and desire is that if it so
happens that my Son, John, should die in his Minority, that then the Land
I have given him Shall go to my son Blake, and his heirs. My will is that
my land at ye Knuckles, in Nansemond, be Sold by my Executor towards ye
payment of my Debts. I do hereby nominate, Constitute, ordain and appoint
my Brother William Baker to be my Executor; and in case of his Death, I
do appoint my Brother, James Baker; and in case of his Death, I do
appoint my Brother, Lawrence Baker, of this my last will and Testament,
revoaking and making null and void all former Wills. In witness whereof,
I have hereunto set my hand and Seal, this Ninth Day of January, 1737.
Signed, Sealed, Published, and Declared, by the Said Henry Baker as his
last Will and Testament in Presence of the Subscribers, Edward Vann, John
Brady, Edward Warren
Note: May ye 1st 1739. Came before me Edward Vann, John Brady, and Edward
Warren, and Made Oath
that they saw Henry Baker Sign, Seal, and publish ye within as his last
will and testament; that he w
1854 - 1943 Robert* (Bob) Bougues, Bogues) (Bogus 89 89 Alias:<ALIA> Original name unknown (possibly Venable).   Changed to Bogus after leaving Georgia ( possibly Rome. GA) after killing the man who killed his brother 1872 - 1928 Emily* Wilson 56 56 Bet 1754 and 1756 - >1820 John* Garrett 1844 - >1864 Susan* Tennessee Metcalf 20 20 ID: I1026
Name: Susan Tennessee Metcalf
Surname: Metcalf
Given Name: Susan Tennessee
Sex: F
Birth: 28 Jan 1844 in Franklin Co, Arkansas 1
Death: AFT 1864 in Of Prairie, Franklin Co, Arkansas
_UID: C7A012AA3570D511BDEF00E02933921038E7
Census: 1850 Prairie, Franklin Co, Arkansas
Change Date: 27 Sep 2002 at 19:58:29
Father: Anthony Martin Metcalf b: 17 Aug 1795 in North Carolina
Mother: Lucinda R Thomasson b: 10 May 1802 in Virginia
Marriage 1 John P Trickett b: 1830/1850
Married: AFT 1855 in Of Prairie, Franklin Co, Arkansas
Marriage 2 L L Durham b: 1830/1850 in Of Prairie, Franklin Co, Arkansas
Married: 12 Sep 1864
Sources:
Title: 1850 Census Franklin Co, Arkansas
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1870 - 1957 Elmer Trickett 87 87 1850 - 1929 John* P. Trickett 79 79 ID: I248
Name: John P. TRICKETT
Sex: M
Birth: 3 FEB 1850 in Iowa
Death: 2 DEC 1929 in Proctor, OK
Note: John was married to Susan Metcalf Durham which is proved by a
marriage certificate in Franklin County Arkansas. he was 18 when he
married Susan and she was 24 years of age. They evidently had three
children, Elmer, Zader, and Delilah which we found on the 1880 census of
Benton County, Arkansas. We did not find them listed with John and Nancy
on the 1900 census of the Indian Territory of Oklahoma. (Paul Dwinelle)
This maybe correct but I knew Elmer(my grandfather) and according to what
I have been told his sister were Alice and Anna. (Sherlyn Greaves)
Father: Unknown TRICKETT
Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN
Marriage 1 Nancy WILSON b: 28 JAN 1844
Married: in September 2, 1879
Children
Lee TRICKETT
Kate TRICKETT
Cora TRICKETT
Woody TRICKETT
John Robert TRICKETT
Rosa TRICKETT
Ratin TRICKETT
Follin TRICKETT
Marriage 2 Susan Tennesse METCALF b: JAN 1844 in Franklin, Arkansas
Married: 3 SEP 1868 in Arkansas
Children
Elmer TRICKETT b: 6 APR 1870 in Booneville, AR
Ada Alice TRICKETT b: 17 AUG 1871
Anna TRICKETT
1865 William* Monroe Herod ~1685 - ~1730 Angelica* Bray 45 45 REFN: Ind16770

Baker Family of Harnett County, North Carolina
Entries: 34685    Updated: Thu Dec 5 15:49:25 2002    Contact: Bob Baker 
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ID: I16870
Name: Angelica Bray
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1685 in Virginia
Death: ABT. 1730 in Kingston, Jamaica
Reference Number: Ind16770
Father: David Bray b: 1666
Mother: Judith Unknown b: ABT. 1666
Marriage 1 Henry Baker b: BET. 1684 - 1687 in Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
Married: BET. 1704 - 1715
Children
Henry Baker b: 1715 in Nansemond Co., Virginia
Catherine Bray Baker b: BET. 1717 - 1720
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Living Spikes Living Herod Living Herod William Jones 1795 - 1864 Anthony* Martin Metcalf 68 68 ID: I1022
Name: Anthony Martin Metcalf
Surname: Metcalf
Given Name: Anthony Martin
Sex: M
Birth: 17 Aug 1795 in North Carolina 1
Death: Mar 1864 in Boonville, Arkansas
_UID: BDA012AA3570D511BDEF00E0293392102E47
Change Date: 4 Jul 2001 at 01:00:00
Marriage 1 Lucinda R Thomasson b: 10 May 1802 in Virginia
Married: 3 Jan 1819 in Alabama
Children
William Campbell Metcalf b: 27 Sep 1820 in Marion, Alabama
Mary Ann "Polly" Metcalf b: 4 Aug 1821 in Alabama
Elizabeth Carolie Metcalf b: 29 Mar 1823 in Alabama
John Anderson Metcalf b: 13 Feb 1825 in Alabama
Lewis Terril Metcalf b: 26 Mar 1828 in Alabama
Isaac Franklin Metcalf b: 6 Mar 1831 in Carroll Co, Tennessee
Rebecca Jane Metcalf b: 22 Jun 1833 in Tennessee
Lucinda Perilee Metcalf b: 30 Jul 1835 in Tennessee
Martin Hawkins Metcalf b: 21 Apr 1836 in Tennessee
James Monroe Metcalf b: 3 Nov 1839 in Tennessee
Martha Charlotta A Metcalf b: 24 Jan 1842 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
Susan Tennessee Metcalf b: 28 Jan 1844 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
Sources:
Title: 1850 Census of Franklin Co, Arkansas
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I1022
Name: Anthony Martin Metcalf
Surname: Metcalf
Given Name: Anthony Martin
Sex: M
Birth: 17 Aug 1795 in North Carolina 1
Death: Mar 1864 in Boonville, Arkansas
_UID: BDA012AA3570D511BDEF00E0293392102E47
Change Date: 4 Jul 2001 at 01:00:00
Marriage 1 Lucinda R Thomasson b: 10 May 1802 in Virginia
Married: 3 Jan 1819 in Alabama
Children
William Campbell Metcalf b: 27 Sep 1820 in Marion, Alabama
Mary Ann "Polly" Metcalf b: 4 Aug 1821 in Alabama
Elizabeth Carolie Metcalf b: 29 Mar 1823 in Alabama
John Anderson Metcalf b: 13 Feb 1825 in Alabama
Lewis Terril Metcalf b: 26 Mar 1828 in Alabama
Isaac Franklin Metcalf b: 6 Mar 1831 in Carroll Co, Tennessee
Rebecca Jane Metcalf b: 22 Jun 1833 in Tennessee
Lucinda Perilee Metcalf b: 30 Jul 1835 in Tennessee
Martin Hawkins Metcalf b: 21 Apr 1836 in Tennessee
James Monroe Metcalf b: 3 Nov 1839 in Tennessee
Martha Charlotta A Metcalf b: 24 Jan 1842 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
Susan Tennessee Metcalf b: 28 Jan 1844 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
Sources:
Title: 1850 Census of Franklin Co, Arkansas
1802 - >1850 Lucinda* R Thomasson 48 48 ID: I1023
Name: Lucinda R Thomasson
Surname: Thomasson
Given Name: Lucinda R
Sex: F
Birth: 10 May 1802 in Virginia
Death: AFT 1850
Burial: Arkansas
_UID: C0A012AA3570D511BDEF00E0293392103177
Change Date: 4 Jul 2001 at 01:00:00
Marriage 1 Anthony Martin Metcalf b: 17 Aug 1795 in North Carolina
Married: 3 Jan 1819 in Alabama
Children
William Campbell Metcalf b: 27 Sep 1820 in Marion, Alabama
Mary Ann "Polly" Metcalf b: 4 Aug 1821 in Alabama
Elizabeth Carolie Metcalf b: 29 Mar 1823 in Alabama
John Anderson Metcalf b: 13 Feb 1825 in Alabama
Lewis Terril Metcalf b: 26 Mar 1828 in Alabama
Isaac Franklin Metcalf b: 6 Mar 1831 in Carroll Co, Tennessee
Rebecca Jane Metcalf b: 22 Jun 1833 in Tennessee
Lucinda Perilee Metcalf b: 30 Jul 1835 in Tennessee
Martin Hawkins Metcalf b: 21 Apr 1836 in Tennessee
James Monroe Metcalf b: 3 Nov 1839 in Tennessee
Martha Charlotta A Metcalf b: 24 Jan 1842 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
Susan Tennessee Metcalf b: 28 Jan 1844 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
ID: I1023
Name: Lucinda R Thomasson
Surname: Thomasson
Given Name: Lucinda R
Sex: F
Birth: 10 May 1802 in Virginia
Death: AFT 1850
Burial: Arkansas
_UID: C0A012AA3570D511BDEF00E0293392103177
Change Date: 4 Jul 2001 at 01:00:00
Marriage 1 Anthony Martin Metcalf b: 17 Aug 1795 in North Carolina
Married: 3 Jan 1819 in Alabama
Children
William Campbell Metcalf b: 27 Sep 1820 in Marion, Alabama
Mary Ann "Polly" Metcalf b: 4 Aug 1821 in Alabama
Elizabeth Carolie Metcalf b: 29 Mar 1823 in Alabama
John Anderson Metcalf b: 13 Feb 1825 in Alabama
Lewis Terril Metcalf b: 26 Mar 1828 in Alabama
Isaac Franklin Metcalf b: 6 Mar 1831 in Carroll Co, Tennessee
Rebecca Jane Metcalf b: 22 Jun 1833 in Tennessee
Lucinda Perilee Metcalf b: 30 Jul 1835 in Tennessee
Martin Hawkins Metcalf b: 21 Apr 1836 in Tennessee
James Monroe Metcalf b: 3 Nov 1839 in Tennessee
Martha Charlotta A Metcalf b: 24 Jan 1842 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
Susan Tennessee Metcalf b: 28 Jan 1844 in Franklin Co, Arkansas
William Reynolds ~1755 Frances* "Fanny" Callihan Alias:<ALIA> /Fanny/ D. >1810 Hannah* Bishop ~1710 Mason* Bishop <1682 Humphrey* Garrett 2 Feb 1633/34 - 1706 John* Garrett : I12841
Name: John Garrett
Sex: M
Note:
New Kent and King and Queen Counties of Virginia are considered burned
bounties, because their records suffered considerable damage at several
points in their history, from fire, not once, but several times. Source:
Vital Records of Burned Counties, 1680-1860, by Theresa Fisher
Because there are so few official records still in existence today, to
trace a family line in this section of Virginia is especially difficult.
Nevertheless, it is possible to project a reasonable conclusion based on
the combination of circumstances and what few records are available. It
should be remembered, however, that for some of this, at least, there
will be no proof, only secondary material.
Source: New Kent Co., St. Peter & Blisland Parishes, "Men of Matadequin",
p. 20
Beginning 1655:
Lands patented by John Garrett from Land Registry Office, Richmond, VA
1665 New Kent Co. John Garrett 300 acres Bk. III p. 355 1652-1655
1675 New Kent Co. John Garrett 204 Bk. VI p. 593
1680 New Kent Co. John Garrett 204 Bk. VII p. 33 1679-1689
(from Virginia Genealogies #2, The Garrett Family of Louisa Co., VA, p.
389)
June 6, 1655:
John Hodson and John Garratt 300 acres
To all ye whereas ye now know you that I the said Edward Diggs Esq. do
give and grant unto John Hodson and John Garratt three hundred acres of
land lyeing and being in the county of New Kent and on the North East
side of Mottopony River bounded as followeth (viz) from a marked red oake
on the Southernmost corner of Thomas
Saunders his land with a South, South East line unto Arakeyaco Swamp,
thence with Arakeyaco Samp to a line of marked trees running North West
by West unto the other corner of Saunders his land being a poplar in a
branch of Arakeyaco Creek thence to the place it began with his Saunders
his line of marked trees. The said land being due unto the John Hodson
and John Garratt by and for their transportation of six persons into this
Colony so to have and the hold & yielding and paying to which payment is
to be made. Dated the sixth of June 1655
Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 310; Patent Bk. #3, p. 355
June 9, 1658:
The above land of John Garrett and John Hudson was granted to Nathaniell
Bacon (cousin of the rebel), assigned by Hudson unto John Bull & by Bull
& Garrett unto Bacon.
Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 381, Patent Bk., 4, p. 237
March 16, 1663/4
Peter Ware, Jr. and John Garrett were listed as headrights (among sixty)
by George Bryar and Richard Lawrence or Lawson who received 3000 acres in
Rappahannock Co. adjacent to Col. More Fauntleroy.
(Note: This is significant to me only because Henry Ware and John Garrett
are named together. The date does not suggest their arrival in the
colonies. Since several people claimed to have brought in John Garrett, I
am unsure on who did).
Cavaliers & Pioneers 1623-1666, p. 527; Patent Bk. 5, p. 470
1664, from the Ancestral File:
There is no proof that John was born in Leichestershire, England, so I am
not including the birth data from below in my database. There is evidence
from another researcher that the John Garrett born on this date in
Leichestershire never came to America.
John Garrett b. Feb. 2, 1634/35 in Leichestershire, England m. Elizabeth
Ware b. Feb 13, 1634/35, d/o Peter Ware and Mary Hickes, m. 1664 in New
Kent Co., VA
children:
Nicholas Garrett
Robert Garrett
Thomas Garrett
John Garrett b. 1675 m. Frances Elizabeth Buckner (Grandparents of the
other Robert, not ours, in Edgefield)
Elizabeth Garrett b. 1698 in King & Queen co., VA, m. Edward Ware, b.
1692 in King & Queen
John Garrett b. 1634, had a brother, William, b. 1643
Source: LDS FHC Ancestral File
Aug. 21, 1665:
John Garrett & Nicholas Ware 386 acres.
To all ye whereas ye now know ye that I the said Sir William Berkeley
Knight Governor ( ? ) give and grant unto John Garrett (and) Nicholas
Ware three hundred and eighty six acres o
>1780 James Sims 1721 Thomas* Graves Sarah* Elizabeth ~1702 Thomas* Sims ID: I111920846
Name: Thomas SIMS
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: Sims
Sex: M
Birth: Abt. 1702 in Sittenbourne Parrish, Richmond County
Marriage 1 Rebecca PETTY b: Abt. 1706
Children
Zachariah SIMS b: 1748 in Culpeper County, Virginia
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ID: I821
Name: Thomas SIMS
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: Sims
Sex: M
_UID: 75F7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EC96D
Birth: 1701 in Sittenbourne Parish, Richmond Co., Virginia
Death: ABT 1785 in Culpepper Co., Virginia
Will: 21 APR 1784 Culpepper Co., Virginia
Father: William SIMS
Mother: Amy\Ann SIMS?
Marriage 1 Rebecca PETTY b: 1701 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Married: 30 NOV 1725 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Children
Thomas SIMS
William SIMS
James SIMS
Elijah SIMS b: 1732
Amy SIMS
Sarah SIMS
Zachariah SIMS
Ann SIMS
Richard SIMS
John SIMS
1701 - 1784 Rebecca* Petty 83 83 ID: I819
Name: Rebecca PETTY
Given Name: Rebecca
Surname: Petty
Sex: F
_UID: 73F7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EC74D
Birth: 1701 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Death: 11 APR 1784 in Culpepper Co., Virginia
Father: Thomas PETTY b: 1675 in Essex Co., Virginia
Mother: Catherine GARTON b: 1675 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia
Marriage 1 Thomas SIMS b: 1701 in Sittenbourne Parish, Richmond Co.,
Virginia
Married: 30 NOV 1725 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Children
Thomas SIMS
William SIMS
James SIMS
Elijah SIMS b: 1732
Amy SIMS
Sarah SIMS
Zachariah SIMS
Ann SIMS
Richard SIMS
John SIMS
Bet 1660 and 1678 - 1716 William* Symes ID: I1122
Name: William SIMS
Given Name: William
Surname: Sims
Sex: M
_UID: A2F8833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EF74C
Marriage 1 Amy\Ann SIMS?
Married:
Children
Thomas SIMS b: 1701 in Sittenbourne Parish, Richmond Co., Virginia
ID: I38622
Name: William SIMS 1 2 3
Sex: M
Birth: WFT Est. 1651-1680 1 2 3
Death: WFT Est. 1705-1765 1 2 3
Marriage 1 Amy CLARKE b: WFT Est. 1660-1683
Married: WFT Est. 1677-1720 1 2 4
Children
Thomas SIMS b: 1702
Sources:
Title: World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1
Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
Publication: Release date: October 17, 1996
Note: Customer pedigree.
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Family Archive CD
Page: Tree #4479
Text: Date of Import: May 31, 1999
Title: Jane Mercer.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: May 31, 1999
Title: Wayne.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Page: Tree #2422
Text: Date of Import: May 31, 1999
Note: January 27, 1897
Title: Wayne.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: May 29, 1999
Bet 1660 and 1683 - Bet 1705 and 1771 Amy* Clarke ID: I1123
Name: Amy\Ann SIMS?
Given Name: Amy\Ann
Surname: Sims?
Sex: F
_UID: A3F8833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EF85C
Marriage 1 William SIMS
Married:
Children
Thomas SIMS b: 1701 in Sittenbourne Parish, Richmond Co., Virginia
Thomas Sims William Sims James Sims 1732 Elijah Sims Amy Sims Sarah Sims Ann Sims Richard Sims John Sims 1675 - 1750 Thomas* Petty 75 75 ID: I811
Name: Thomas PETTY
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: Petty
Sex: M
_UID: 6BF7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EBFCD 1
Birth: 1675 in Essex Co., Virginia
Death: 1750 in Orange Co., Virginia
Will: 24 MAY 1750 Orange Co., Virginia 2
Father: Hubert PATEY b: 1640 in Yorkshire, England
Mother: Rebecca PATEY? b: 1642
Marriage 1 Catherine GARTON b: 1675 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia
Married: 6 MAR 1700/1 in Essex Co., Virginia
Children
Rebecca PETTY b: 1701 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Thomas , Jr. PETTY b: 1702 in Richmond Co., Virginia
John PETTY b: 1702 in Richmond Co., Virginia
William PETTY b: 1708 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Christopher PETTY b: 1708 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., Virginia
Mary PETTY b: 1714 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Martha PETTY b: 1717 in Richmond Co., Virginia
James PETTY b: 1719 in Richmond, Richmond Co., Virginia
George PETTY b: 1723 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Sources:
Abbrev: Petty Papers
Title: Newsletter
Author: James Winter Petty & later Barbara McGee
Page: Petty Papers have many sources Vol. 1 #2 pages 22-26 on the life of
Thomas Petty
Abbrev: Court Records
Title: Court Records
Page: Orange County Order Book No. 5,1747-1754
Court of 24th May 1750 The Last Will and Testament of Thomas Petty,
deced. was presented in Court by George Petty and Martha Petty, the
Executors therein named
1675 Catherine* Garton ID: I812
Name: Catherine GARTON
Given Name: Catherine
Surname: Garton
Sex: F
_UID: 6CF7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EC0DD
Birth: 1675 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia
Death: 3 JAN 1747/48 in Orange Co., Virginia
Father: John GARTON b: 1661
Mother: Martha GARTON? b: 1661
Marriage 1 Thomas PETTY b: 1675 in Essex Co., Virginia
Married: 6 MAR 1700/1 in Essex Co., Virginia
Children
Rebecca PETTY b: 1701 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Thomas , Jr. PETTY b: 1702 in Richmond Co., Virginia
John PETTY b: 1702 in Richmond Co., Virginia
William PETTY b: 1708 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Christopher PETTY b: 1708 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co., Virginia
Mary PETTY b: 1714 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Martha PETTY b: 1717 in Richmond Co., Virginia
James PETTY b: 1719 in Richmond, Richmond Co., Virginia
George PETTY b: 1723 in Richmond Co., Virginia
1661 - 1698 John* Garton 37 37 I838
Name: John GARTON
Given Name: John
Surname: Garton
Sex: M
_UID: 86F7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EDA7D
Birth: 1661
Death: 12 JUN 1698 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Residence: Will: Richmond Virginia
Will: 17 JUN 1698 Richmond Co., Virginia
Father: William GARTON b: ABT 1635 in England
Mother: Margarett ANGELL b: 1639 in Lancaster Co., Virginia
Marriage 1 Martha GARTON? b: 1661
Married: 1675 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Children
Catherine GARTON b: 1675 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia
John GARTON b: 1677
Matthew GARTON b: 1679
Richard GARTON b: 1681
Ruth GARTON b: 1683
1661 UNKNOWN Martha* ID: I839
Name: Martha GARTON?
Given Name: Martha
Surname: Garton?
Sex: F
_UID: 87F7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EDB8D
Birth: 1661
Marriage 1 John GARTON b: 1661
Married: 1675 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Children
Catherine GARTON b: 1675 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia
John GARTON b: 1677
Matthew GARTON b: 1679
Richard GARTON b: 1681
Ruth GARTON b: 1683
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1677 John Garton ID: I839
Name: Martha GARTON?
Given Name: Martha
Surname: Garton?
Sex: F
_UID: 87F7833C84B9D511B19AC229B4A59E4EDB8D
Birth: 1661
Marriage 1 John GARTON b: 1661
Married: 1675 in Richmond Co., Virginia
Children
Catherine GARTON b: 1675 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia
John GARTON b: 1677
Matthew GARTON b: 1679
Richard GARTON b: 1681
Ruth GARTON b: 1683
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1679 Mathew Garton Living Garrett Living Stover Living Garrett 1915 - 1990 James Jackson Garrett 74 74 [Garrett0814.FTW]
My father was a very good dad and husband. He was born and raised in
Castleberry, Alabama. He left Castleberry to work at the tire and rubber
company owned by Oscar Skinner in Springfield, Ohio some time in the mid
1930s. Mt dad's first cousin, Everett Marshall Garrett was also working
at the rubber company and was married to Margaret Lois Douglas. My dad
met her younger sister, Martha Geraldine Douglas at their home and they
were married in 1938. After the rubber company closed, they stayed in
Springfield. My dad worked several years at the Thompson Grinder company.
He left there to work at Dayton Tire & Rubber Company in Dayton, Ohio
from July 27, 1950 until his retirement in May of 1975. We moved to
Dayton in April, 1953.
During the fall or winter of 1989 he became ill with bronchitus. After
being admitted to Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Ohio, it was discovered
he had suffered a heart attack some months prior to that and was not
aware of it. He was given up to two years to live. He only made it for 9
months.
I miss him more each day !![allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
My father was a very good dad and husband. He was born and raised in
Castleberry, Alabama. He left Castleberry to work at the tire and rubber
company owned by Oscar Skinner in Springfield, Ohio some time in the mid
1930s. Mt dad's first cousin, Everett Marshall Garrett was also working
at the rubber company and was married to Margaret Lois Douglas. My dad
met her younger sister, Martha Geraldine Douglas at their home and they
were married in 1938. After the rubber company closed, they stayed in
Springfield. My dad worked several years at the Thompson Grinder company.
He left there to work at Dayton Tire & Rubber Company in Dayton, Ohio
from July 27, 1950 until his retirement in May of 1975. We moved to
Dayton in April, 1953.
During the fall or winter of 1989 he became ill with bronchitus. After
being admitted to Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Ohio, it was discovered
he had suffered a heart attack some months prior to that and was not
aware of it. He was given up to two years to live. He only made it for 9
months.
I miss him more each day !!
1919 Martha Geraldine Douglas Living Garrett Living Garrett 1883 - 1955 William Cleveland Garrett 71 71 1882 - 1972 Minnie Leila Green 89 89 1921 - 2001 William Cleveland, Jr. Garrett 79 79 1925 Thomas Lester Garrett 1920 - 1986 Ella Virginia Garrett 66 66 1908 - 1975 Jessie Willis Garrett 66 66 1907 - 1970 Leah Garrett 63 63 1912 - 1994 Minnie Mae Garrett 81 81 1847 - 1919 Overstreet William Garrett 72 72 1844 - 1928 Rebecca Jane Bell 83 83 1924 Clarence Stover 1929 Daisy Garrett Living Stover Living Stover Living Stover 1858 - 1936 James Frank Douglas 77 77 [Garrett0814.FTW]
Received copy of Death Certificate on Saturday, October 27, 2001 from the
Alabama Center for Health Statistics.[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
Received copy of Death Certificate on Saturday, October 27, 2001 from the
Alabama Center for Health Statistics.
1880 - 1926 Martha Lee Jackson 46 46 1908 - 1971 James Howard Douglas 62 62 1910 Mary Emma Douglas 1914 - 1992 Evelyn Lee Douglas 77 77 Living Warren 1885 - 1958 Flemon Marshall Garrett 73 73 1847 - 1925 William Jackson Green 77 77 1855 - 1913 Emmie Alice Brewton 57 57 1818 William Palestine Green 1822 Anne Castleberry 1851 - 1936 Jobe W. Green 85 85 1880 - 1895 Arthur C. Nall 15 15 Paul C. Green Wealthy Palestine Green Wesley Barrow 1904 - 1993 Nanie Mae Dewberry 89 89 1861 - 1905 Mattie A. Bell 44 44 1890 - 1983 Leslie Green 92 92 1889 - 1974 William Thomas Green 85 85 Ed Green 1903 - 1993 Frank Green 90 90 Living Green Living Green Living Green Living Green Living Green Living Green Living Green Will Green 1880 - 1957 Lawrence W. Green 77 77 Walter Green 1888 - 1943 Alvah J. Green 54 54 1892 Lewis Green 1873 Jobe Castleberry 1886 Wallace Green 1894 - 1911 Henry S. Green 17 17 1876 - 1914 Ella Virginia Green 37 37 1897 - 1982 Emmie A. Green 85 85 1899 - 1967 Justice T. Green 68 68 1892 - 1986 Billie Morgan Garrett 93 93 [Garrett0814.FTW]
Social Security Number - 408-62-2115[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
Social Security Number - 408-62-2115
1894 - 1997 Alta Rosa Flowers 102 102 1822 - 1897 James C. Garrett 74 74 1823 - 1908 Evaline Rials 84 84 1837 Delilia Rials 1755 - 1819 William*, Wiggins Jr. 64 64 ID: I01656
Name: William WIGGINS
Sex: M
Birth: 1755 in Johnson County (Duplin County), North Carolina
Death: 6 JUN 1819 in Monroeville, AL
Note:
William Wiggins served in the Revolutionary War. On May 5, 1984, the
Hunt's Spring Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American
Revolution held a ceremony for the dedication of marker at his grave. He
is buried, along with his wife, at the Wiggins Cemetery located in Mexia
off Highway 84, 4 miles from Monroeville. The program states:
" William Wiggins served in North Carolina's 10th Regiment, commanded by
Col. Abe Sheppard. He enlisted in Coleman's Company of the N.C. line for
12 months and served in the Militia of the District of Wilmington in Lt.
Wilkerson's Company from 17 Oct 1781 to 19 Apr 1782. His place of
residence during the Revolution was Duplin County, North Carolina.
He was married to the former Elizabeth Cooper (1759-1825). She was the
daughter of Fleet Cooper, Sr. and Margaret (Coor) Cooper of
Duplin/Sampson Counties, North Carolina."
I have a copy of the program. The invocation and benediction was given by
Reverand Mike Wiggins. Introduction of descendants of William Wiggins was
by Lucy Wiggins Colson, Chpater Historian, and a biographical sketh was
given by Lucy Wiggins Colson.
"Raised his family on Cedar Creek and owned property on Limestone Creek.
This property was in Johnston co. at the time of his birth, later was in
Duplin co., and by the time of him raising his family was in Sampson co.
About 1750 there were 4 adult male Wiggins (so far) living on Cedar Creek
and Limestone Creek. One was George Wiggins, Sr. (that I first found).
Later William witnesses a deed for George Wiggins, Jr. (thus a
connection). There was also an Elihu Wiggins, Elijah Wiggins, and William
Wiggins. Our William had sons with all three names. There also may have
been an Elisha Wiggins.
There was also a Barty and Southy Fischer, who had land transactions with
these Wiggins candidates. a Southy Fischer turns up in Monroe County in
1825 with an interest in the settlement of William Wiggins estate tht had
not been settled in Sampson county, NC.
On March 30, 1758 there was an estate inventory returned by Sarah Wiggins
for her deceased husband, Richard Wiggins of Duplin County, NC. This is a
possible candidate for our William's grandfather." (from e-mail received
5/29/2000 from Lucy Wiggins Colson (LWC1211@@aol.com)).
Rev. War Widows Pension App. List:
WIGGINS Jane, 13:70 Sarah, 19:25
1790 Census W
Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, and Sampson Counties
Legend:
1 = Males over 16
2 = Males under 16
3 = Females all ages
4 = Others
5 = Slaves
Last Names begining with W
WIGGENS John Sampson 2 2 4
WIGGINS Elihu Sampson 1 3 5
WIGGINS George Sampson 1 2 2
WIGGINS Mary Sampson 6
WIGGINS Patty Sampson 5
WIGGINS Thomas Sampson 1 2 8
WIGGINS William Sampson 2 5 2
WIGGINS William Sampson 2 1 3
Father: William WIGGINS b: ABT. 1738
Mother: Pricilla BROWN
Marriage 1 Elizabeth COOPER b: 1759 in Duplin County
Married: ABT. 1775
Children
Elihu WIGGINS b: 16 DEC 1776 in Sampson Coiunty, NC
Elisha WIGGINS b: 16 DEC 1776 in Sampson County, NC
Stephen WIGGINS b: 11 FEB 1778 in Sampson Co., NC
Willis WIGGINS b: 16 MAY 1781
Lewis WIGGINS b: ABT. 1783
Elijah Daniel WIGGINS b: 15 JAN 1784 in Duplin County, North Carolina
Reuben WIGGINS b: ABT. 1787
Jr. Wiggins WILLIAM b: 7 JUN 1791
Elizabeth WIGGINS b: 28 NOV 1796
ID: I1656
Name: William WIGGINS
Sex: M
Birth: 1755 in North Carolina
Death: 6 JUN 1819 in Monroeville, AL
Note:
William Wiggins served in the Revolutionary War. On May 5, 1984, the
Hunt's Spring Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American
Revolution held a ceremony for the dedication of marker at his grave. He
is buried, along with his wife, at the Wiggins Cemetery located in Mexia
off Highway 84, 4 miles from Monroeville. The program states:
" William Wiggins served in North Car
1841 Sarah Jane Trickett 1911 - 1995 Benjamin Howard Mahoney 83 83 Living Mahoney 1919 - 1985 Roy Lee Johns 66 66 Living Johns Living Johns 1913 - 1995 Albert Ross Glass 82 82 [Garrett0814.FTW]
Albert Ross passed away on a tour bus. He had traveled quite a bit since
his wife passed away.
He was the Railway Express agent for Brewton and a die-hard New York
Yankee fan.[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
Albert Ross passed away on a tour bus. He had traveled quite a bit since
his wife passed away.
He was the Railway Express agent for Brewton and a die-hard New York
Yankee fan.
Living Glass 1903 - 1968 Levi Simpson Warren 64 64 1927 Juanita Warren 1929 Eloise Warren Living Warren Living Warren Lester Warren Living Johns 1920 - 2001 Mildred Sylvia Ward 80 80 Living Garrett Living Garrett Living Garrett 1927 Yvette Robinson Living Waters Living Garrett Living Garrett 1845 Mary E. Garrett Living Hemphill 1918 Flemon Rankin Garrett 1906 - 1993 Clara Rebecca Garrett 87 87 Thelma Garrett 1913 Mary Kathleen Garrett [Garrett0814.FTW]
Information from Irby Cullen Jones, Jr. on August 17, 2000 through
Marshall Garrett.[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
Information from Irby Cullen Jones, Jr. on August 17, 2000 through
Marshall Garrett.
1905 - 1969 Madie Lois Garrett 63 63 1916 - 1990 Margaret Lois Douglas 74 74 1936 - 2002 Everett Marshall II Garrett 65 65 Living Garrett Living Garrett Living Garrett Living Simmons Living Coleman Living Garrett 1820 - 1885 Robert* Jackson, Jr. Garrett 65 65 [herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Kissiah Rials b: 1820
Married: 1841 in Dale County, Alabama
Children
Andrew Jackson Garrett b: 1842
Joshua Garrett b: 1843
Mary J Garrett b: 1845
William Thomas Garrett b: 16 NOV 1845 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
James Pinson Garrett b: 8 APR 1847 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
John M. Garrett b: 1850[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[herod a.FTW]
MARRIAGE: Marriage 1 Kissiah Rials b: 1820
Married: 1841 in Dale County, Alabama
Children
Andrew Jackson Garrett b: 1842
Joshua Garrett b: 1843
Mary J Garrett b: 1845
William Thomas Garrett b: 16 NOV 1845 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
James Pinson Garrett b: 8 APR 1847 in Elba, Coffee County, Alabama
John M. Garrett b: 1850
Cosby Stover Rebecca Fleming 1802 - 1887 William Walter Garrett 85 85 [Garrett0814.FTW]
William's birthdate was copied from the Robert Garrett Bible.
William moved from his birthplace, South Carolina to Montgomery County,
Alabama and between 1832 and 1836 to Elba, Coffee County, Alabama and
later to Okaloosa County, Florida (then Walton County).
The 1850 Census showed that William lived 4 households on one side of his
father, Robert and brother James lived just 2 houses on the other side.
Robert and Overstreet lived just a little further away, but in the same
area.
In 1837, these land patents were issued for land in Coffee County,
Alabama:
NW/SW     13   5N 19E Garrett, Robert   1837/08/15
SE/SE     13   5N 19E Garrett, William  1837/08/15
In 1849 this land patent was issued for land in Coffee County, Alabama:
NE/NE     24   5N 19E Garrett, William  1849/06/01
In 1854 this land patent was issued for land in Coffee County, Alabama:
NE/NW     24   5N 19E Garrett, William  1854/09/15
On 1855, February 20, Edmund and Elizabeth Daugherty sold land in S2 &
11, T4, R19, Coffee County,
Alabama to William W. Garrett for $55.00.
Witnesses: B. M. Tucker & Joseph M. Knisley, Bk. C, p.28
On 1856, February 1, William W. & Nancy Garrett sold land to John
McMillain in S10 & 11, T4, R19, Coffee County, Alabama for $160.00.
On 1857, September 19, William W. & Nancy Garrett sold 129 acres in S15,
T5, & R19 to Talbert H. Franklin for $500.00. William & Nancy both signed
their names, k. D, p.226, Coffee County, Alabama.
[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
William's birthdate was copied from the Robert Garrett Bible.
William moved from his birthplace, South Carolina to Montgomery County,
Alabama and between 1832 and 1836 to Elba, Coffee County, Alabama and
later to Okaloosa County, Florida (then Walton County).
The 1850 Census showed that William lived 4 households on one side of his
father, Robert and brother James lived just 2 houses on the other side.
Robert and Overstreet lived just a little further away, but in the same
area.
In 1837, these land patents were issued for land in Coffee County,
Alabama:
NW/SW     13   5N 19E Garrett, Robert   1837/08/15
SE/SE     13   5N 19E Garrett, William  1837/08/15
In 1849 this land patent was issued for land in Coffee County, Alabama:
NE/NE     24   5N 19E Garrett, William  1849/06/01
In 1854 this land patent was issued for land in Coffee County, Alabama:
NE/NW     24   5N 19E Garrett, William  1854/09/15
On 1855, February 20, Edmund and Elizabeth Daugherty sold land in S2 &
11, T4, R19, Coffee County,
Alabama to William W. Garrett for $55.00.
Witnesses: B. M. Tucker & Joseph M. Knisley, Bk. C, p.28
On 1856, February 1, William W. & Nancy Garrett sold land to John
McMillain in S10 & 11, T4, R19, Coffee County, Alabama for $160.00.
On 1857, September 19, William W. & Nancy Garrett sold 129 acres in S15,
T5, & R19 to Talbert H. Franklin for $500.00. William & Nancy both signed
their names, k. D, p.226, Coffee County, Alabama.
1928 - 1996 David Laverne Garrett 67 67 1805 - 1871 John Mason Garrett 66 66 1807 Elizabeth Ann Garrett 1810 - 1892 Sophronia "Sophia" Garrett 82 82 1811 Francis Ann Garrett 1762 - 1854 Ann Garrett 91 91 1813 - ~1865 Thomas B, Sr Garrett 52 52 [Garrett0814.FTW]
Thomas fought in the Creek Indian Wars of 1836 & 1837 as a Private in
McDougal Company, Denson's Alabama Infantry. He was living in Coffee
County in 1840 and moved to Butler County before 1860.[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
Thomas fought in the Creek Indian Wars of 1836 & 1837 as a Private in
McDougal Company, Denson's Alabama Infantry. He was living in Coffee
County in 1840 and moved to Butler County before 1860.
1815 - 1902 Sarah Annie Garrett 87 87 1818 - 1906 Overstreet Wiley Garrett 88 88 Living Betty 1824 - 1876 Joshua English Garrett 51 51 Martha Matilda Wilson 1814 - 1881 Nancy Sansom 66 66 1831 - 1893 John Sheridan Garrett 62 62 [Garrett0814.FTW]
GARRETT, John S     Pvt  Elba 3-16-1863, deserted Camp Lee 8-11-1863
signed Oath, age 32 yrs,res Coffee Co[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
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GARRETT, John S     Pvt  Elba 3-16-1863, deserted Camp Lee 8-11-1863
signed Oath, age 32 yrs,res Coffee Co
1832 - 1883 Lucy Ann Garrett 50 50 1835 - 1904 Mary Ann Garrett 69 69 1837 - 1891 Elizabeth Ann Garrett 53 53 1839 - 1918 Eliza Ann Garrett 78 78 1883 Albert Green 1844 - 1911 Sophia Ann Garrett 67 67 1846 - 1926 William Robert Garrett 80 80 1847 - 1925 Thomas Jefferson Garrett 77 77 1849 - 1932 Joshua Mace Garrett 82 82 1857 - 1933 Erary Noyes 76 76 1856 - 1899 Stephen Butler Garrett 43 43 Living Garrett Living Darby Living Darby 1926 - 1952 James Ray Garrett 26 26 1921 Cauley Samuel, Jr. Garrett 1919 - 1983 Herbert Herman Garrett 64 64 1917 - 1918 Harvey Arnold Garrett 1 1 1914 Mamie Hellen Garrett 1909 - 1998 Annie Ruth Garrett 88 88 1911 Claude Burns Garrett 1916 Daisy Evelyn Darby 1914 Mary Alyne Darby 1912 Martin Holland, Sr. Darby 1911 - 1963 Willie Jack Darby 51 51 Living Darby Living Darby 1856 Bitha Garrett 1811 - >1860 Jessie Tucker Powell 49 49 1834 Mary Ann Powell 1837 Robert Powell 1839 Martha Powell 1840 - 1924 William J Powell 83 83 1842 Thomas Powell 1844 John Powell 1847 Sarah Powell 1848 James Powell 1800 - 1889 Bartlett Mitchell Tucker 88 88 1832 - 1908 Jesse William Tucker 76 76 1834 Elizabeth Ann Tucker 1838 Julia Ann Tucker 1841 Frances Ann Tucker 1844 - 1887 Robert Garrett Tucker 43 43 1845 Bartlett Franklin Tucker 1847 - 1910 William Eppes Tucker 63 63 1850 Elizabeth Tucker 1854 Josephine Tucker Mary Burton ~1747 - 1827 Godfrey Tucker 80 80 <1726 - >1776 Richard Sansom 50 50 D. ~1825 Sarah Tucker <1745 - ~1815 William Sansom 70 70 Susannah ?? D. <1812 William Powell Polly Sansom 1788 - 1860 Zaccheus Powell 71 71 1856 William W Tucker 1815 Sarah Bozeman 1831 - 1908 Thomas B., Jr. Garrett 76 76 1835 Matthew S Garrett 1837 Daughter Garrett 1840 Jack Garrett 1842 Joshua Garrett 1844 Mary Garrett 1846 Thomas Garrett 1848 - 1920 Joseph Lafayette Garrett 72 72 1852 George Garrett 1854 Robert Garrett 1809 Aaron Rials 1837 Eliza Rials 1839 Samuel Rials 1842 Mary Rials 1845 Jepa H Rials 1847 Ivy Rials 1850 Martha Rials 1852 Elizabeth Rials 1855 Edwin Rials 1859 Edmira Rials 1823 - 1854 Martha P Bozeman 31 31 1843 - 1913 Joshua Hill Garrett 69 69 1845 - Bet 1900 and 1910 Frances Sara Garrett 1847 - 1931 Rebecca Virginia Garrett 84 84 1849 - 1937 James Monroe Garrett 87 87 1850 - 1917 John Coleman Garrett 67 67 1852 - Bet 1900 and 1910 Martha Jane Garrett 1855 - 1917 Thomas Jefferson Garrett 61 61 1838 - 1882 Elizabeth A. Roberson 43 43 1856 - 1938 Robert Jonathan Garrett 81 81 1858 - 1921 Nedam Gray Garrett 62 62 1861 - 1940 Joseph Henry Garrett 78 78 1862 - 1900 Mary Elizabeth Garrett 38 38 1866 - 1958 Eliza Jane Garrett 92 92 1869 - Bet 1871 and 1880 George Garrett 1876 - 1908 Susan Caroline Garrett 32 32 1896 - 1971 Thomas Eldridge King 74 74 Living King Living Wentling Living Wentling Living McGuire Living Warren Mattie Gains 1884 - 1968 Madie L Green 84 84 1827 - 1915 Silas William Douglas 88 88 1924 Elsie Lucille Douglas Living Hemphill Living Hemphill Living Armstrong Living Armstrong Living McNeer 1924 - 1992 Robert William Filer 68 68 Living Filer Living Filer Bessie Garrett 1877 - 1936 Joseph Zebadee Garrett 58 58 1849 - 1917 John Mason Garrett 67 67 [Garrett0814.FTW]
John Mason Garrett served in the Civil War.
Civil War Widow's Pension Application in Alabama State Archives.
John was a Private in Company D in the 33rd Alabama Infantry
Regiment.[allison1.FTW]
[HEROD.FTW]
[Garrett0814.FTW]
John Mason Garrett served in the Civil War.
Civil War Widow's Pension Application in Alabama State Archives.
John was a Private in Company D in the 33rd Alabama Infantry Regiment.
1850 Frances L. Garrett 1854 - 1935 Nancy Ann Garrett 80 80 1858 - 1897 Sallie Susan Garrett 39 39 1861 - 1917 Julia E. Garrett 56 56 1863 - 1939 Annie E. Garrett 75 75 1865 Sophia L. Garrett Living Garrett Living Garrett Living Salak 1827 - 1903 Julia Ann Garrett 76 76 1880 - 1968 Daisy Bell Garrett 88 88 1873 - 1934 William Andrew Jackson Baggett 60 60 1884 - 1918 Ada Alice Avent 34 34 1885 - 1967 Ernest J Green 82 82 Living Hemphill 1915 - 1988 Everett Marshall I Garrett 73 73 1833 - 1894 Mason Emeline Trulove 61 61 1798 - 1876 Silas Douglas 78 78 1802 - 1874 Mary Harrington 72 72 Timothy Trulove UNKNOWN Mary 1849 - 1920 Abel Timothy Douglas 70 70 1851 - 1930 Silas G Douglas 79 79 1853 Mary A S Douglas 1854 - 1888 Sarah C Douglas 33 33 1857 - 1913 John William Douglas 56 56 1860 Emley T Douglas 1862 - 1921 Thomas Rabon Douglas 59 59 1864 - 1894 Archibald Bryant Douglas 29 29 1868 - 1914 Emeline E Douglas 45 45 1871 - 1932 Joseph Henry Douglas 61 61 1848 - 1914 Eliza F. Register 66 66 1856 - 1942 Martha E Blackshear 85 85 1877 - 1915 Stacy Douglas 38 38 Mabel M Douglas 1882 Jessie Pearl Douglas 1886 - 1979 Mary Emolyne Douglas 93 93 1893 Nellie Pauline Douglas 1899 Abel Timothy, Jr Douglas George W, Sr Bauer Merle Bauer George W, Jr Bauer W. Lock, Sr McNeil W. Lock, Jr McNeil Josie McNeil Martha McNeil J. M. McLeod 1886 - 1979 Joseph Sears, Sr Lovett 92 92 1917 - 1942 Joseph Sears, Jr Lovett 24 24 1913 Mary Douglas Lovett 1916 Robert C Reese Living Reese Living Nobles Living Nobles Living Gibson Living Reese Living Reese Living Holly Living Reese Living Reese Living Reese 1858 - 1937 Eliza Ellen Weaver 79 79 1877 Gussie M Douglas 1878 William Douglas 1882 Frazier Douglas 1885 Belle Douglas 1889 Fannie Douglas 1893 - 1965 Sophie Pearl Douglas 72 72 1894 Minnie Vera Douglas Alton Douglas Dell Williams Margaret Douglas Maxine Douglas UNKNOWN Doyle W. M. Anderson Wilmer Terry Emmet Pollard Lucille Pollard Max Miller Abner Lindsey Evelyn Lindsey William A. Douglas Lindsey Martha Ellen Lindsey Joan Lindsey Pearl Gardner 1836 - 1899 Jacob L McGowin 63 63 1874 William L McGowin 1877 Jacob F McGowin John R McGowin Walter McGowin 1887 - 1887 Maggie L McGowin 7m 7m 1888 - 1897 David Douglas McGowin 8 8 1888 Stacy McGowin Agnes Padgett Jack McGowin 1882 Mollie Clements Edna McGowin Mabel McGowin Brooks McGowin Thelma McGowin daughter McGowin Hervia Armstrong UNKNOWN Clara 1755 - 1831 John Garrett 75 75 1843 Joshua Garrett 1845 Mary J Garrett 1845 - 1931 William Thomas Garrett 85 85 1847 - 1923 James Pinson Garrett 76 76 1850 John M. Garrett 1849 - 1936 Sarah "Sallie" Carter 87 87 1843 Melissa Norris 1845 - 1909 Elizabeth W Lawson 64 64 Annie E Smith ~1700 - 15 Feb 1743/44 John Garrett Creed Taylor Garrett Carlie Garrett 1870 - 1939 Abi Rebecca Garrett 69 69 1873 Salena Garrett 1876 Irvin Garrett 1879 Roxanne Garrett Male Young 1860 - 1940 Willie Robinson 80 80 1888 - 1940 James W Robinson 52 52 1890 - ~1979 Anglish Nathan Robinson 89 89 1891 - 1891 Annah Robinson 1776 Francis "Fanny" Sims 1895 - 1984 John Robinson 89 89 1900 - 1983 Claude Franklin Robinson 82 82 1902 Herman Robinson 1904 Sadie Robinson 1907 - 1907 Robert E Robinson UNKNOWN Lewing 1915 Wilie Mae Robinson Mamie Jacobs 1920 Bernadine Robinson "Jack" Robinson Rex Scott 1739 William* Thomasson Doyle Bougues Irene Bougues Joe Frazier Message Boards  Login
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LOOSING HOPE INFO ON RUTH ANN HEROD
Author: DEALEY FRAZIER  Date: 1 Jul 2000 1:25 PM GMT
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LOOKING OR INFORMATION ON RUTH ANN (HEROD)THATS HER MAIDEN NAME BIRTH
JULY 3 1874 FATHER JOSEPH HEROD MOTHER UNKNOWN OF CHEROKEE BLOOD RUTH
MARRIED AN ENOCH FRAZIER
AND HAD THESE CHILDERN ARCH,JOE,NORA,IRA FRANCIS,BUCKP,ROSA,
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