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BIBLE RECORD OF· WILLIAM PRICE THOMAS, SUMNER COUNTY,TENN •
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PURCHASERS OF ESTATE QF THOMAS GRASTY, RUTHERFORD· COUNTY, TERN. • •
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WILL OF WILLIAM HARGIS, WHITE COUNTY, TENNESSEE • • •• • • •
PETITION OF HEIRS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, PUTNAM COUNTY,
LAW.RENCE COUNTY, TENNESSEE, MARRIAGES, 1838-1860 • • •
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-151-
THE PRESIDENT'S LETTER
Dear Members,
Tnis is the last time I will be writing this letter, so I want
to say how much I have enjoyed working witn all of you. Alter
eight years on the board, what I will miss most is the warm
contact I have had with so many of you.
Now I'm going to try to catch up on my own sadly neglected
genealogy and correspondence. It's been so long since I found
anew aneestor~
Much appreciation for all the records you have sent in. Keep
up the good work. We would especially like to have some Tennessee
cemetery records. Please 1ndicate whether or not they are complete.
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I nave been trying to determine how much some of the. shortages
we seem to be facing are going to cause proble~s for us genealogists.
Certainly we will not be able to make as many field trips in our cars,
but on the other hand, if we can't go shopp1ng as often, we can spend
more time organizing our material. We already know we're going to
have to pay more postage. It seems we can look fqr a shortage of
paper. In spi te of Amy Vanderbil t, I'd like to recommend that we
start right now to answer correspondents on the bottom of their
letter when the answer is short and the letter not something we want
to keep in our files. If your paper is heavy enough, use both sides.
A brand new year is starting. It's like opening a new notebook with
all those inspiring blank pages before you. Make the most of it.
Happy Hunting,
-152NOTES FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK
The time has come for another change in editorship, and to give good wishes to
the new editor, Mrs. Daniel E. West --better known to us as "Betsy." She will
enjoy her job, I know, as I have enjoyed it, even though difficult to fit into
an already crowded schedule.
There is no way I can begin to thank the staff, the contributors to AN, and friends
who have given me so much help -- and so I will simply say, "HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL:
And to our faithful readers, "BEST WISHES FOR JOY AND SUCCESS IN ANCESTOR SEARCHING
IN 1974 ~ "
NEWS AND NOTES FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS
BULLETIN OF THE STAMFORD GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, P. O. Box 249, Stamford, Conn.
06901. Mrs. Richard S. R. Hubert, Ed. Quarterly. $5.00/year. Sept., 1969, Vol.
12, No.1: Letter from John I. Coddington on Andrew Messenger of Jamaica, N.Y.;
Stamford Revolutionary soldiers' records; Newman family of Stamford; Connecticut;
articles in genealogical periodicals; "Where Did They Go?", Conn.. Yankees in Ala.
BURTON FAMILIES, Antioch, California. Quarterly. $5.00/year. Vol. III, No.1,
Jan, 1971: Madison County, Ky., marriages from 1789; index of Revolutionary War
pension applications; Cen.dex 1830 Ky. census; grantor-grantee index, Caswell Co.,
N.C.; guardian book, Vol. C., Caswell Co.; misc. Burton family information.
DANIEL-DANIELLS FAMILY NOTES AND NEWS, 213 S. Rolling Rd., Catonsville, Md. 21228.
J. Harrison Danield, Ed. Quarterly. $5.00/yeat. \~01. 6, No.2, May, 1972: Newspaper clippings of obituaries and various news items and lineages given.
DIGGING FOR DAVIS, 674 N. Clifford Ave., Realton, California 92376. Mrs. Darla
M. Jones,publisher. Quarterly. $5.00/year. Vol. 1, No.1, July, 1973: List
of members; births, deaths, marriages in Mercer County, Ky.; some Davis biographies~ Davis names in 1820 Illinois census; other family records and lineages.
THE FRANKLIN FIREPLACE, 410 Eighth St. Terrace, Warrenburg, Mo. 64093. Betty
Harvey Williams (Mrs. Robert), Ed. and publisher. Quarterly. $3.00/year. Nov.,
1970, Vol. HI, No.3: John Fra.nklin family of Va. (Ky.-Ala.); Franklins from
Md. calendar of wills; N.Y. 1810 and 1820 census; Ind. &, Ohio 1850 census; R.I.
and Mass. 1810 census; Arnold Franklin Revolutionary War pension claim; Franklins
in Lamar Co., Ga.; Marriage records in Darke Co., o. (1817-1840) & in Miami Co. O.
COOK'S CRIER, 410 Eighth St. Terrace, Warrenburg, Mo. 64093. Betty Harvey
Williams, Ed. and publisher. Quarterly. $5.00/year. Vol. 1, No.2, June, 1972:
Abstract of book by James Cook on Cook-Cooke family of Mass. & Conn., 1665-1882;
Mass.1790 census; Tenn. 1830 census; N.Y. 1810 census; 1782-1886 Va. tax lists;
Lancaster Co., Pa. Bible record; John Cook, Rockingham Co., Va., will; Orleans
Co., N.Y. guardianship records.
NORTHLAND NEWSLETTER, Range Genealogical Society, P. O. Box 726, Buhl, Minn. 55713.
Quarterly. $6.00/year. Clay Co., Minn., cemetery; Hoff cemetery; Elmwood
cemetery; Burnett cemetery; Oak Mound Congregational Church; Ahnentafel of Russell
L. Emery; Frazee, Minn., biographies.
JOHNSON COUNTY GENEALOGIST, Johnson County Genealogical Society, P. O. Box 8057,
Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66208. Sheryl L. Burks, Ed. Vol. 1, No.2, June, 1973:
Methodist records; Johnson Co. marriages, 1859-62; Brooklyn Cemetery, Linn Co.,
Kansas (tombstone readings and sexton's records).
-153COLORADO GENEALOGIST, 1840 S. Wolcott Court, Denver, Colo. 80219. Mrs. Donna J.
Porter, Ed. Vol. XXXIV, No.2, May, 1973: Small El Paso County, Colo., cemeteries;
bits of Denver history; basic American research aids; marriage records & Golden
cemetery records, Jefferson Co., Colo.; early Colorado marriages.
FAMILY TREE TALK, The Muskegon County Genealogical Society, 3301 Highland, Muskegon
Heights, Mich. 49444. Roland B. Anderson, Ed. Quarterly. $5.00/year. Vol. I,
No.3, June, 1973: Biographical index to History of Manistee, Mason ~ Oceana
Counties; early settlers of Sitca, Newaygo Co.; Phillip Schott, Moses McHarness,
and Martin Griffin genealogies; Nye (Ny) family, Denmark to England to America.
SPECIAL NOTICES
*MONTG<I1ERY COUNTY. MARYLAND, plans publication of a county history for its
*bicentennial in 1776, and would like to hear from descendants of this county's
*families. Copies of original letters and any dld documents are desired for
*publication in the book and for preservation in the library. Send such items to:
*Richard K. McMaster, Rockville Library, 99 S. Perry St., Rockville, Md. 20850.
*THE 1812 TAX LIST OF SURRY COUNTY, N.C., has been published by Mrs. Robert J.
*Taylor, Box 687, Cimarron, Kansas 67835, and may be ordered from her. Price $2.50.
*THE WEST TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY is sponsoring a reproduction of the
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STANDARD HISTORY OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE,
in 1912 by H. W. Crew Co. of Knoxville and edited by JUDGE J. Po YOUNG.
*The book gives the history of Memphis from its founding up to the period of 1910.
*It includes maps and pictures, and is fully indexed. A limited number of copies
*1s being printed for delivery early in January, 1974. Price is $16.50. Order
*from the Society, Pink Palace Museum, Memphis, Tennessee 38111.
TIDBITS FROM READERS
Lucie C. Price (Mrs. P. B.), Austin, Texas, sends the follOWing two items.
From the list (In the back of the Lawrence County, Tenn., Marrlage Book) of people
buried in the Carthage Cemetery:
James Berry Moores (lawyer) 3 Nov. 1807
Mrs. J. B. Luster, only child 23 May 1869
Elizabeth B. Moores, consort of J. Bo Moores
14 Oct. 1812 - 11 Nov. 1861
The above information on James Berry Moores, listed as a member of the Tennessee
General Assembly from Smith County, Tennessee (Vol. 20, No.2, page 89, "ANSEARCHIN'"
NEWS), is coupled with additional facts. Mrs. Price has a letter, written Jan. 6,
1846, from Carthage by James B. Moores to his brother, William H. Moores, who was in
Texas, and a letter written by Elizabeth W. Lane while at Clinton College, Tenn. Her
father, David Lane, married Martha Ross Moores, possibly a sister of James B. and
Wm. H. Moores. These letters have been published in FAMILY FINDINGS, page 30, Volo
II, No. I, January, 1970.
Mrs. Price gives additional lnformation on Samuel Erwin, who married Sarah Crisp,
1819, Loose Marriage Bonds, Lawrence Co., Tenn. (Vol. 20, No.1, page 38 "ANSEARCHIN'"
NEWS): Samuel Erwin was in Texas by 1840, possibly by 1837; he died in Fannin Co.,
Texas.
-154Mary P. Spencer (Mrs. E. E.), Water Valley, Miss., sends correction and additional
information on the WALLIS family of Memphis, Alabama. ELIJAH CROCKETT WALLIS and
JAMES WILLIAMSON WALLIS should be listed from Memphis, Alal, not from Memphis, Tenn.
(see page 61, Vol. 20, No.3, "ANSEARCHIN'" NEWS). Following information is from
clippings and descendants of JOHN McKNITT ALEXANDER (1733-1817) of N.C., a signer
of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence.
Memphis, Ala., which no longer exists, was founded by a young major, JAMES
WILLIAMSON WALLIS, who purchased much land nearby. It was a lively river port
on the Tombigbee River, l~ miles east of the Miss. line. The town's founder,
his parents, and other members of the WALLIS family are buried in the cemetery.
Mrs. Virginia Tew of York, Ala., copied the following from the cemetery:
JAMES WILLIAMSON WALLIS
January 20, 1816 -- March 14, 1892
Born Mecklenburg County, N.C., of Scotch Presbyterian
Ancestry from Ulster Ireland early 17th Century Family,
Went to Pennsylvania, later to Charlotte, N.C. Moved to
Summerville, Morgan County, Alabama, 1820. In 1841 founded
Memphis, Alabama. Son of John McKnitt Alexander Wallis and
Margaret MCClanahan Crockett from S.C., niece of Gov.
William Richardson Davie of N.C.,· Grandson of John McKnitt
Alexander and Jane Bain. Planter, Scientist, Inventor of
. Oscillating Cotton PiCker, Scholar, Graduate of University
of Alabama 1836.
MARGARET McCLANAHAN CROCKETT WALLIS
Born Oct. 2, 1787, Lancaster, S.C. Died Sept. 10, 1858
Called Mother of Memphis, Alabama
THOMAS FAMILY CEMETERY, YELL CO., ARK.
Contributed by Virginia C. Murphy, Mesa, Arizona
Cemetery is near Dardanelle, Ark., on farm owned in 1958 by grandson of Benjamin
Thomas (Christopher Columbus Grace).
JESSE GAMBLIN~l/Dec. 26, 1796/Feb. 27, 1870
MARY GAMBLING /~ec. 20, l800/Nov. 12, 1871
BENJAMIN THOMAS / Born Sumner County, Tenn./Jan. 18, l820/Married SARAH C.
GAMBLING/Sept. 9, 184l/Moved to Yell County, Ark. l85l/Married to LUCRETIA A.
MATTHEWS/Oct. 1 l878/Died JUNE 22, l887/age 67 yrs 5 mo. 3 daD
SARAH C. GAMBLING4/ Born Sumner Co., Tenn/March 20, l824/Married B. THOMAS/
Sept. 9, l841/Moved to Yell Co., Ark. l8S1/Died Dec. 29, 1877/ age 53 yrs
9 Mos. 9 daD
JOHN son of B. and S. G. THOMAS/Died Oct. 19, l863/age 6 years 6 mo. 7 days
C. S THOMAS/Born April 6, 18S0/Died tpri1 15, 1904
IDA THOMAS/Daughter of C. and M. E. THOMAS/Born Nov. 10, 1872/Died Dec. 2, 1888
WILLIE THOMAS/Son of C. and M. E. THOMAS/Born March 2, 1878/Died Nov. 27, 1881
JOHN A. GRACE 7 /Born Sept. 5, 1843/Died Jan. 7, 1924
~RX E. GRACE 8 /Born Nov. 23, 1846/Died Feb. 23, 1911
B. Tenn., son of James Gambling & Mary Stalcup
2Mary b. Sumner Co., Tenn., dau. of John Cotton & Jennett Crafford
~son of William Price Thomas & Elfzabeth D. Corney
Dau. of Jesse Gambling & Mary Cotton
5Ch. of Benjamin Thomas & Sarah C. Gambling,
~ary Emma Adams, dau. of John George Washington Nance Adams and Sarah
7Jo hn Allen Grace b. Gibson Co., Tenn., son of Jesse Grace & Phoebe Ga-te-l-y-.-
-155BOOK REVIEWS
Reviewed by Herman L. Bogan
THE MIDDLETON FAMILY (INCLUDING MYDDELTON AND MUDDLETON) by Beth Bland Enfle (1972).
Hard covers, over 330 pages, indexed. Order from the author, 728 Oglethorpe Ave.,
St. Simons Island, Ga. 31522. $15.45.
The book includes records from Wales, England, Barbados and the Southern United
States. Thomas Middleton, who settled in South Carolina in 1732, was the first
proven ancestor of the author. Where he came from is unproven. The author has had
access to two sources of Middleton information in England: Notes £B ~ Middleton
Family £i Denbighshire and London by William Duncombe Pink (1891) and Pedigree of
Middleton ~ Muddleton of Chirk Castle Denbigh~ Stanstead MOlntfitchet, Essex, Etc.
by Gery-Milner-Gibson-Cullum, F.S.A. (1897). It is generally accepted that the
Middletons are of Scottish origin. The author deals primarily with the Middleton
family of Denbigh, the ancestral home of most of the Middleton lines which immigrated
to the colonies.
THE MORRISETTES OF NORTH CAROLINA AND OTHER SOUTHERN STATES by Mrs. Edna Morrisette
Shannonhouse (1972). Hard covers, over 186 pages, indexed. Order from the
compiler, 402 North Road St., Elizabeth City, North Carolina 27909. $10.00.
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From stories handed down from generation to generat1un and told to the writer, the
author has compiled the various lines of the North Carolina Morrisettes. Federal
local and state documents furnish other sources of information. The work is divided
into five parts, one part giving the origins and early history of the Morrisettes and
the other four sections dealing with each of the following: descendants of Pater
Morrisette, Cason Morrisette, William Morrisette, and Joseph Morrisette.
FINCH FAMILIES OF DIXIE, 300 YEARS IN THE SOUTH by Ruby Finch Thompson (1972). Hard
covers, over 350 pages, indexed. Order from Finch Families of Dixie, Box 7192,
No~th Station, Arlington, Virginia 22207.
$12.50 • .
The first of this family were Vikings who settled in France and appeared in England
along with William the Conqueror. The author lists many of the Finch name who came
to the Virginia colony. In the' 1790 U. S. census, there were listed 131 Finch
households with 623 members. Eleven of these were in Virginia, eleven in North
Carolina, and four in South Carolina. Thomas and Richard Finch families are well
documented. Many others are named. Lists of births and marriages, some early
court records, deeds, and 180U to 1840 census records are included in the book.
CATHY COUSINS compiled by Mrs. William C. Kraft. Soft covers, over 122 pages,
indexed. Order from the compiler, 218 West 21st., Covington, Ky. 41014. $6.50.
The author traces the Cathy family from Colonsay, Scotland and the Clan MacFie,
where the Sept Cathie originated along with Duffie, Fee, McCaffie, McCathie, McCooish,
MacCuish, MacDuffie, MacCathie, MacFee, MacGuffie, MacHaffie, MacNicol, MacPhie,
MacVee, and MacVie. The Catheys went to Northern Ireland and then to the New World,
first to Pennsylvania around Philadelphia and then to the Shenandoah Valley and to
North Carolina, where they appeared early. From North Carolina, this family spread
south and west. Mrs. Kraft has gathered a tremendous amount of information in this
little genealogy.
LAND RECORDS OF DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1752-1820 compiled and indexed by Thomas
P. Hughes, Jr. and Jewel B. Standefer (1973). Soft covers, over 206 pages,
indexed. Order from Thomas P. Hughes, Jr., 4140 Chanwil Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 38117.
$12.00.
-156Dinwiddie County, Virginia, was formed in 1752 from Prince George County. Its early
courthouse records were lost during the Civil War, but copies of grants, patents and
land tax records were kept by the State of Virginia and are preserved in the Virginia
State Library. The book is a compilation of these records. The Regal Gov. Land
Grants were as late as 12-7-1774, while the first Commonwealth Land Patent was in
4-10-1780. A list of Commissioners of Revenue for the county for the period 1782-1820
is given. The 1782 land tax for the county is elaborate, and shows the number of
acres owned by each tithable.
TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1840-1882 compiled by Lucie Clift Price (1973).
Hard covers, over 234 pages, indexed. Order from the compiler, 2527 Harris Blvd.,
Austin, Texas 78703. $12.50.
Texas was a republic in 1840 when Travis County was formed from Bastrop County,
Jan. 25th. It was then a much larger county than at any time since. Part or all
of the following counties have since been taken from Travis County: Blanco (1858),
Brown (1856), Burnet (1852), Callahan (1858), Coleman (1858), Comal (1846), Eastland
1858), Gillespie (1848), Hays (1848), Lampasas (1856), Mills (1858), Runnels (1858),
and Taylor (1858). The fact that Tennesseans were very much involved in the first
settlements makes this publication of great genealogical interest to Tennesseans, as
well as to Texans seeking their origins. The marriage records, with list of officiants
and brides' index, are alphabetically arranged.
GONE TO ALABAMA, A HISTORIE OF THE DOBBS AND GILBREATH FAMILIES compiled by Edward J.
Ladd (1972).' Hard covers, over 671 pages, indexed. Order from the author, Box 29,
Fort Payne, Alabama. $20.00.
This is part two and Volume one of the Dobbs family and descendants. Volume one is
a compilation of the descendants of Lodowick Adams Dobbs. The author believes that
the Dobbs line came to the British Isles with the Norman Conquest. Members of the
family were largely of the lower nobility, the landed gentry and the yeomanry. A
Sir Richard Dobbs was Lord Mayor of London in 1051. John Dobbs, thought to have
been a grandson of Sir Richard, established the family in Ireland, where a great
grandson was High Sheriff ot County Antrim in 1694. Arthur; his son, was a ~ember
of Parliament for Carrick-Fergus. He was appointed Engineer and Surveyor General
of Ireland and then Colonial Governor of North Carolina in 1754, where he served
about 10 years. Fortune Dobbs was acknowledged as a kinsman of Gov. Arthur Dobbs,
and was the father of Lodowick Adams Dobbs, ancestor of all the descendants named
in the family history.
FEDERAL LAND SERIES, Volume 2 (1799-1835) by Clifford Neal Smith (1973). Hard covers,
over 416 pages, indexed. Order from Order Dept., American Library Association,
50 East Huron St., Chicago, Ill. 60611. $20.00.
Because it is assignable, a bounty land patent for military service is not necessarily
proof of the military service of the person holding the pabent. The author, by an
ingenious use of three different governmental registers, has frequently been able to
establish the identity of the original veteran or bounty land warrentee and proof of
his Revolutionary War service. Identities of the major land speculators and the
extent of their holdings may be ascertained from the book. Volume II, as was Volume
I, is a basic tool essential for research relating to the bounty land system of the
U. S. Government.
MY HUSBAND'S FOLKS, THE MANLYS AND GALLOWAYSAND ALLIED FAMILIES by Elizabeth Cate
Manly (1972). Soft covers, over 74 pages, indexed. Order from Mrs. Frank T.
Manly, 1130 Highland Ave., Cleveland, Tenn. 37311. $4.00.
The book devotes one part to the Manly family and one part to the Galloway family.
1.157A knight named Manly came with William the Conqueror to England in 1066 A. D.
Professional genealogists affirm that all of the Man1ys of England, Ireland and
America are descended in a direct line from this knight. Two brothers came to
Maryland with Lord Baltimore. One died; the other became the ancestor of the
Man1ys in the South. Daniel Manly of South Carolina and his descendants in Tenn.
and other states are the main subjects of the book. The Gal10ways are from Scotland
by way of Northern Ireland. From Marshall Galloway, a Revolutionary soldier serving
in Maryland and an emigrant to Tenn., the author has a proven line of descendants.
Marshall Galloway was a resident in Sullivan County, Tennessee. He died Dec. 17,1827.
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN EARLY OF VIRGINIA (1729-1774) by Margaret Woods Hampton (1973).
Hard covers, over 405 pages, indexed. Order from Margaret W. Hampton, 72 Pine
Brook Drive, Larchmont, N. Y. 10538. $20.00
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This work concerns the forebears of John Early (1729-1774) of St. Thomas Parish,
Orange County, Virginia, and of descendants of John Early and wife Theodocia White.
He was the eldest son of Jereriah Early and Elizabeth B~ford. Sketches are given
of many branches of the Early and allied families ,with a short history of their
Irish ancestry. The author had at her disposal a wealth of genealogical and
historical sources (which she lists), upon which this genealogy is based. The
author has done a masterly piece of work in sorting out and making clear the many
relationships cited.
THE JULIANS AND ALLIED FAMILIES by Elizabeth Cate Manly (1972). Soft covers, over
130 pages, indexed. Order from Mrs. Frank T. Manly, 1130 Highland Ave.,
Cleveland, Tenn. 37311. $5.00.
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Rene St. Julian, a Huguenot immigrant, born about 1660 in Vetre, Brittany, came to
South Carolina, where he recorded a deed 4-21-1712 in old Berk ley County. The
family subsequently moved to Maryland, 1735-1740, and then to the Opequon Settlement (Quaker) in the Shenandoah Valley. The Julians, after Braddock's defeat in
1755 in the French and Indian War, moved to Orange County, North Carolina. This
history is concerned mostly with the descendants of George and Rebecca McKenney
Julian, who moved from North Carolina about 1815 to Tennessee. Their progeny are
found in the south and west.
GAINES INDEXED EDITION, A COMPILATION OF GAINES FAMILY DATA WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS
ON THE LINEAGE OF WILLIAM AND ISABELLA (PENDLETON) GAINES by calvin E. Suthers
(1969, reprinted 1972). Hard covers, over 430 pages, indexed. Order from the
author, 2709 N. W. 52nd Court, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33309. $14.50.
The reprint contains revised, additional and corrected data, and an added index of
names and places. The author gives a very comprehensive history of the Gaines
family in Wales, followed by almost as elaborate a history of the same family in
Virginia. The genealogy is of Richard Gaines (1686-1755), Culpeper County, Va.,
and his descendants, who subsequently spread to all parts of the nation.
SEEDLINGS OF WILLIAM FOSTER, New and Revised Edition by Flavius M. Foster (1971).
Soft covers, over 346 pages, not indexed. Order from the author, Route 4,
Box 776, Poulsbo, Washington 98370. $12.50.
The author's branch of the Foster family came from Northumberland County, England,
and first settled in Jamestown, Virginia. In 1652 a Thomas Foster, and then in 1654
a John Foster were recorded as being in this county. One William Foster was brought
to Jamestown colony in 1663. ThiS man became the forebear ~f the author's family.
This excellent genealogy follows the Foster descendants from Virginia through Ind.,
Ill., Mo., Kan. and on West.
-158WOODS-WALLACE COUSIN CLUES compiled by Ruth Petracek (J973). Soft covers, over 220
pages, indexed. Order from Mrs. Edmond Petracek, 15802 Myrtle Ave., Tustin,
California 92680. $12.50.
This fine book is another of those genealogies whose story parallels that of many
Scotch-Irish families that began to arrive at Newcastle or Philadelphia about 1720,
and settled in Chester or Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania, and from there moved
south along each side of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and into North Carolina
and Tennessee.
Later, descendants fanned out across the south and west into
Kentucky, Missouri and the West Coast. The book is well done, and the genealogy
interestingly told.
MY OWN EDMONSTONS AND A FEW OTHERS by Charles Niniari Edmonston (1971). Soft covers,
over 372 pages, not indexed. Order from the author, 527 34th Ave., San Francisco,
California 94121. $11.00.
The Edmonstons were from Scotland. One version has it that they were Presbyterians
by way of Ulster, Ireland, to Maryland. Two other versions state they were Catholics
concerned with the troubles of the kings of England and Scotland,and appeared in
Maryland about 1670. The author traces the family from Maryland to Pennsylvania, and
on through Illinois, Missouri, Montana, and California. This is an interesting family,
and it is regretful that such a fine work is not indexed.
THE COWANS FROM COUNTY DOWN by John K. Fleming (1971). Hard back, over 440 pages,
indexed. Order from the Rev. John Kerr Fleming, P. O. Box 2067, Presbyterian Home,
Inc., High Point, N. C. 27261. $10.50.
The author traces the origins of the Cowan family from Scotland to Ulster in Northern
Ireland, and from there to their first settling in Pennsylvania. One branch went to
North Carolina, and other branches spread to all parts of the United States. In
addition to the genealogy of the Cowan and collateral families, the author gives
sketches of prominent ministers and lay persons of the family. Historical sketches
of some of the old Presbyterian churches add flavor to the book.
JOHN FLEMING, CAROLINA TO CALIFORNIA, SOME DESCENDANTS AND IN-LAWS, 1734-1972.
Researched, compiled and edited by Lee Fleming Reese (1972). Hard back, over 560
pages, three separate indexes. Order from Mrs. Lee Fleming Reese, M. A., 6042
Fenimore Way, San Diego, California 92120. $30.00
This new genealogy is divided into three parts. Part I (James Fleming, son of
immigrant John Fleming) traces Flemings, descendants and in-laws, from S.C., Ga.,
Ala., Texas, to California. Part II (Cal larman , Lightfoot) traces families,
descendants and in-laws from Va. and Md. to Ky., Ill., Texas and North Dakota.
Part III consists of family records, courthouse records and archive records from·
Va. and N.C. The author takes the name, where possible, back to the immigrant,
starting from where the compiler became related to that name.
GONE TO ALABAMA, A HISTORY OF THE DOBBS AND GILBREATH FAMILIES (Part one and Part
Two, Vol. Two), compiled by Edward J. Ladd (1973). Hard back, over 286 pages,
indexed. Order from E. J. Ladd,Box 79, Fort Payne, Ala. $20.00
Part One of Vol. II (An Outline History of the Southeastern States) is a unique
feature of this genealogy. The author makes a positive statement, "In order to
trace one's ancestors, it is necessary to know the history of the country", and he
proceeds to give a very useful outline and maps of the southeastern states (Ala.,
Fla., Ga., Ky., Miss., N.C., S.C., Tenn. and Va.) followed by histories of some
Ala. counties. Part Two is a continuation of the genealogy of Vol. I.
-159THE COOPER FAMILY OF MARYLAND by F. William Cooper (1972). Hard cover, over 103
pages, indexed. Order from the author, 700 Jerusalem Road, Cohassett, MaSi. 02025.
$10.00.
This record of the Cooper family, from early Maryland history to the cornfields of
Iowa,is also an account of the author's genealogical searches. A delightful book
and a nicely done genealogy~
PATILLO, PATTILLO, PATULLO AND PETTILLO FAMILIES compiled by Melba C. Crosse.
Hard cover, over 384 pages, indexed. Order from Mrs. Murry L. Crosse, 631 Bryn
Mawr Dr., N. E., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106. $19.50.
This genealogy had as its predecessors, THE PATILLO FAMILY AND THEIR DESCENDA~S by
Mrs. James Logan Jones and PATTILLO FAMILY RECORDS by Alfred Cato Pattillo and Henry
Strong Pattillo. This current publication has made use of family outlines in the
two books, with corrections and additions. M. J. Miller of Beaumont, Texas, also
has a history of the Pattillo family, copies of which are found among southern
family members. The Pattillo family is of Scotch origin,but the French spelling is
due to service under French arms by members of the family during the wars between
Scotland and England. This is an extensive and well done genealogy of a family
whose members are located mainly in the Southern states.
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EARLY BEDFORD COUNTY ,TENNESSEE, MARRIAGES REPORTED IN NEWSPAPERS
Contributed by Jill ~. Garrett
(Continued from last Quarter)
Enoch Rushing married in Bedford County to Miss Mary A. Druiggins. (National Banner
and Nashville Whig, 31 Oct. 1831)
Mrs. Turner married in Bedford County to Col. John Orr.
Nashville Advertiser, 6 Oct. 1832)
James Johnson married in Bedford to Miss Jane Rolling.
Nashville Daily Advertiser, 27 June 1832)
(National Banner and
(National Banner and
William Gilchrist, attorney of Shelbyville, married Miss Martha Jones, eldest
daughter of late Col. Fanning Jones. (National Banner and Nashville Daily
Advertiser, 18 Oct. 1832)
Levi Kimbro married Miss Margaret Anthony in Bedford County.
Nashville Advertiser, 9 March 1832)
James G. Shaw married in Bedford to Miss Sarah Koonce.
Nashville Advertiser, 27 Jan. 1832)
(National Banner and
(National Banner and
Jacob Anthony married Miss Phoebe Landers in Bedford County.
and States Gazette, l~ Dec. 1832)
(National Register
Williams Hoover married Sarah Ann L. Lingo in Bedford County.
and Nashville Daily Advertiser, 6 Sept. 1832)
(National Banner
Dr. Thomas Lipscomb married by George Newton to Miss Rebecca Stevenson in Bedford
County. (National Banner and Nashville Daily Advertiser, 31 May 1832)
James Lively of Maury County married in Bedford County to Miss Martha Claxton.
(National Banner and Nashville Daily Advertiser, 13 Nov. 1832)
Samuel H. London married on the 1st by the Rev. Gallaway to Miss Ann C. Esselman
in Bedford County. (National Banner and Nashville Daily Advertiser, 23 May 1832)
(To be continued)
-160BIBLE RECORD OF WILLIAM PRICE THOMAS OF SUMNER CO., TENN.
Contributed by Virginia C. Murphy, Mesa, Arizona
Copy of the record was made originally by Christopher Columbus Thomas (d. Shelby
Co., Tenn., 1912). He wrote, "Copied from my mother's bible now in the hands of
W. P. Thomas son of John Thomas. They live in Robertson Co., Tenn. near Springfield."
My mother and father brothers and sisters.
William Price Thomas! and Elizabeth D. corney2 were married ApI 28th 1814
William Thomas 3 was born July 4, 1815
George M. Thomaz was born June 22, 1817
Benjamin Thomas was born Jan. 18, 1820
John Thomas 5 was born Dec. 31, 1822
James Thomas was born July 26, 1825
Catherine Th~s was born ApI 16, 1827
C. C. Thomas was born Oct. 9, 1829
R. A. Rhomas 7 was born Oct. 9, 1829
Mary A. Thomas 8 was born Jan. 10, 1836
Elizabeth P. Thomas was born Aug. 9, 1840
My mother and father died:
Wm. Price Thomas died Feb. 6, 1844
Elizabeth D. Thomas died July 11, 1855
My brothers and sisters died:
James Thomas died ApI 14, 1826
catherine Thomas died Oct. 13, 1828
George M. Thomas died June 14, 1873
Mary A. Bowers died Dec. 12, 1892
Elizabeth P. Thomas died Sept. 27, 1849
IB. Sept. 2, 1792, Westmoreland Co., Va., son of Price Thomas & Mary Monroe; came
to Sumner Co., 1818; had a school near Douglass Chapel; buried in Grim Graveyard.
2B• 1794 in England; came to this country as orphaned milliner's apprentice.
3M• July 16, 1849, Shelby Co., Tenn., to Virginia, dau. of Anderson B. Carr.
~.• Sumner Co., Sept. 9,1841 to Sarah C. Gambling.
SM. Matilda Walton; lived in Robertson Co., Tenn.
~. May 12, 1857, Shelby Co., to Margaret Bateman.
7Ro bert Alexander Thomas
~arried E. Foster Bowers; lived in Nashville, Tenn.
Loose paper found in wallet belonging to Columbus Thomas:
John CattanI borned February 14 1779
Jennett Cotton horned May the 12th 1784
Jesse Gambling borned December 26th, 1796
Mary Cotton borned December 20, 1800
Jesse Cotton and Mary Gambling married J~ne 3, 1819
John w. Gamb1ing 2 borned May 24, 1821
Sally C. Gamb1ing 2 borned March 20, 1824
tB. in N.C., probably in Bertie Co., son of Capt. Thomas Cotton & Pricilla
Knight; he died Sumner Co., 1851.
2Children of Jesse Gambling and Mary Cotton
Note: See page 154, Thomas Family Cemetery.
-161ABSTRACTS OF WILLS AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS
SHOWING FAMILY CONNECTIONS, WILL BOOK 1812-1814, SMITH COUNTY, TENN.
Abstracted by Betsy West (Mrs. D. E.)
(Note: An abstract of the first book, 1805-1807, from Microfilm Roll 104, entitled,
SMITH CO. WILL BOOKS, 1805-1833, was published in Vol. 20, No.3 of "ANSEARCHIN'"
The second book recorded on the film is for the years 1812-1814. There is
apparently a five-year gap of missing records. BW)
Pg. 53. JOSEPH W. ALLEN, dec'd. Inventory of property taken by Robert Allen, Adm.
"from 6 Dec. 1821 to 16 March 1813 as came to his knowledge." Rec. March, 1813.
(See also pg. 68.)
Pg. 120. RICHARD BANKS of Wake Co., N.C. Will. s/3 May 1796. Pl". Aug., 1814 by
oath of William White, one of the witnesses, who also made oath that Geo. Brasfield
was not within the limits of this state. Wife Karenhappuch Banks. "My two children
Thomas & Ruth." Son Thos. Banks; dau. Ruth Jones; grandson Garland McAlaster;
land "I purchased of Nathl. Jones White plains;" "land I deeded to Willis Jones."
Granddaughter Polly Jones. "A debt I am due to Ralph Banks of Georgia." Money at
interest for "daughter Sally Burford," executors are not to pay Daniel Burford
"except for the said Sally's use." After her death interest to be "divided amongst
all her chn. except Garland McAlaster." Execrs.: Samuel Parker, George Brasfield,
Willis Jones. Wit.: Geo. Brasfield, W. White, William Carpinter.
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Pg. 75. MATTHIAS BATES, decIde Will. s/ 4 Jan. 1813. Pl". 27 Sept. 1813. Wife
Jane Bates; son Benjamin Bates; daus. Nancy Bates, Hannah Bates, Rachel Bates,
son Joel Bates. Exrs. wife Jane Bates and "friend" John Hallum. Wits. John W.
Mann, Banjamin Andrews, John Bates.
Pg. 25. WALTER BELLACK, decld. Inv. & Sale.
Samuel Bellack. Rec. Dec., 1812.
Dec. 8, 1812. Purchasers include
Pg. 88. JAMES BRADFORD, dec 'd. Inv. Administratrix (not named) returned inventory
to court Dec., 1813. (Pg. 98. Purchasers include Elizabeth Bradford and Davis
Bradford. Rec. Feb., 1814.)
Pg. 63.
JAMES BRADLEY, decIde
Inv. Isaac Bradley, Admr.
Rec. March, 1813.
Pg. 33. JAMES BREES, decIde Sale of estate, 22 Sept. 1812. Rec. Dec., 1812. Admrs.
Rhodes Weeks & Penelope Brees. Purchasers at sale include Penelope Brees, Henry
Brees, Polly Brees, and Lavina Brees (Breese).
Pg. 96. ABRAM BRITTON, dec'd. Sales on Oct. 29, 1813 and Feb. 5, 1814. Purchasers
include Polly Britton, Peggy Britton, Harvey Britton. Admr. Polly Britton. Feb.,1814.
Pg. 30. RICHARD BRITTON, decIde Sale, 18 Nov. 1812. Rec. Dec., 1812. Purchasers
include Abram Britton, Susanna Britton, Betsey Britt!n, Polly Britt~. (Pg. 140.
James Hibetts & Brice Martin ordered by Court /May term, 1814/ to settle with Samuel
Anthony,admr. of estate of RICHARD BRITTON. Saml. Britton, John Britton mentioned.
Rec. Aug., 1814)
Pg. 44. JAMES BROWN, dec' d. Will. s/22 Dec., 1812. Pl". March, 1813. "Two sons
Joshua and William Brown;" "the child my wife is now going with;" "my daughters;"
wife Sally. Execrs. Nathaniel Farrier and John Allen. Wits. Levi Garrison, James
Parker, John Wood.
Pg. 104. SARAH CARUTHERS, widow of SAMUEL CARUTHERS. Dower; one year's allowance
set up. 9 May 1814. (Pg. 109. SAMUEL CARUTHERS' estate sale; purchasers include
-162widow and David L. Caruthers.)
Pg. 161. RANDOLPH CASEY, decIde Will. s/8 Aug., 1814. Pro Nov., 1814. Sons,
Levi, Isaac,Abraham, Samuel, Randolph, Hiram, Zadockj dau. Rebecca; wife Charity.
Exrs. sons Abram P. Casey and Saml. Casey. Wits. Henry McWhorter & Gincy McWhorter.
Pg. 58. JOHN CHAPPELL, decIde Division of Estate. Rec. March, 1813. A deed of
gift made by the decIde on 20 March 1801 in Halifax Co., Va. Heirs: "Mrs. Ann
Chappell is entitled to a third;" 11 legatees: Dukee Chappell, Rachel Walle, Jaurdan
Compton, John Chappell, William McCarley, James Brown, Nancy Chappell, Samuel
Chappell, Prudence Chappell, Robert Chappell, William Chappell. (Pg. 115. Settlement of estate. John Chappell, admr. and a legatee.)
Pg. 77. FRANCIS CHILDS, decIde Division of estate. 28 Sep't. 1812.
1813. To Lamuel Childs, Wilson Childs, & Francis Childs'.
Rec. Sept.,
Pg. 11. LEWIS COBB, dec' d. Settlement with ''William Administrator ()f Lewis Cobb
dec'd," July 18, 1812. Settlements made June, 1810, and Dec., 1811. Six legatees.
"William Chamberlain, one of legatees; "William Kerby, Administrator of William
Cobb." Rec. Sept., 1812.
Pg. 129. GEORGE COX, decIde Will. s/23 Aug., 1812.pr. Aug.', 1814. Son Drury
Cox, son James Cox, son Absolem Cox, dau. Mary Johnston, dau. Patsy Dameron, dau.
Elizabeth Moss, her four chn., to wit. John, Patsy, Rebecka, & Hugh. "Chn. of
son John Cox by his wife Polly Cox, who was Polly Murry." Samuel Allen to act as
guardililn to said Chn. of son John. Exrs. Mathew nuke & John Harvy. Wit. William
Gowen, John Trousdale, George Rison. (Pg. 157. Inv. 25 May 1814.)
Pg. 74. JOHN DAVIS, decIde Sale of estate.
and Benjamin Davis. Rec. June, 1813.
Purchasers include Arthur N. Davis
Pg. 107. THOS. DALE JR., dec'd. Division of est., 6 May 1814. Equal parts to heirs:
"the house & lot in Liberty where ThomasW. Duncan now lives" to Thomas W. Duncan;
land to Thomas M. S. Dale and to WilliamJ. Dale, both sons of Thos. Dale Junr.
Pg. 46. MARY DUPEY, dec'd. Inv. of property devised to Lewis Ford's children.
Signed by Milton Ford, guardian for Lewis Ford's children. Rec. March, 1813.
Pg. 24.
AMOS ELLISON, decIde
Pg. 135. DAVIS FOSTER, dec'd.
Admr. Nancy Foster, widow.
Inv. returned by
Sar~h
Inv. 15 May 1814.
Ellison.
Dec., 1812.
Rec. Aug., 1814.
Wm. Foster,
Pg. 128. ROBERT FURLONG, decIde Will. s/3 July 1814. Pro Aug., 1814. Bros. &
sisters: Hubbard Furlong, John Furlong, James Furlong, Samuel Furlong, Meredith
Furlong, Hudson Furlong, Anky(?) Wheeler, & heirs of my sister Elizabeth Emmerson,
to wit Any Emmerson, Henry Emmerson, Eliza Emmerson, Mahala Emmerson, & Jesse
Emmerson. Brothers Martin Furlong & Samuel Furlong Exrs. Wit. John McGee & Thos.
Douglass.
Pg. 132. GEORGE GIVANS. dec'd. Inv. of estate as sold by
6 Aug. 1814. Rec. Aug., 1814 term of court.
wm.
Givans, admr.
Pg. 6. WILLIAM GOODALL, decld. Sale. Rec. Sept., 1812. Purchasers include John
Goodall and Z. G. Goodall. (Pg. 81. Division of estate, 22 Sept., 1812. Plat
shOWing land given to: John Goodall, William, Elizabeth, Nelley, Isaac, Zachray,
Lucy, widow's dower. Rec. Sept., 1813, term of court.)
Pg.154.
JOHN HAYS, dec'd.
Will.
s/22 Sept. 1814.
Rec. Nov., 1814.
John Hays
& wife Mary have plantation; "it shall remain hers and at her disposal as it was
when I
Horne,
son of
danel,
married her." Sons Charles and John Hays. Daus. Margaret Davis, Hannah
Jenny Shaw, Nancy Hays. Money to Moses Fountain Garrisi.on, to Samuel Hays,
Charles. Wit. Daniel Burford & Lewis Allen. Exrs. John Horne and "Doctor
if he will accept-"
Pg. 124. JAMES HODGES. Will. s/4 Oct. 1813. Pro Aug., 1814. Dau. Sarry Hale;
"her husband Hale;" dau. Mary Stricklin; son David Hodges; son Richard Hodges;
grandson James Hodges, son of James Hodges deceased, living in No. Car. "My sons
& daughters, namely Lyddy Baswell(?), Willis Hodges, Robert Hodges, Mary Stricklin,
Elizabeth Howard, Caty Womack;" "my grandson James Hodges, son of Richard Hodges."
Exrs. sons David & Richard Hodges. Wit. Richard Rizen, Arthur S. Hogan.
(Pg. 156. Sale of estate includes among purchasers John Hodges.)
Pg.127. JOHN HUBBARD. Will. s/22 Jan. 1813. Pro Aug.,1814. "As my children
come of age;" wife Sally Hubbard, land "bought of Claibourn Right" where I now live.
Exers. wife Sally and three sons, Peter, John & Jacob Hubbard. Wit. Jno. Strother,
Claborne Wright. (Pg. 158. Inv. includes land in Georgia.)
Pg. 93. WILLIAM·· JANES (JONES?), dec' d.
Janes. Rec. Dec., 1813, term of court.
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Sale.
Purchasers include Polly Janes, John
Pg. 48. BENJAMIN JOHNS. Marriage contract, 2 Jan. 1806. Rec. March, 1813. "I
have made proposals of marriage to Sally Gayle ••• I believe •• the estate she now
possesses ••• shou1d belong to the children of her former husband •••• Josiah Gayle,
namely, James, Josiah, and John Gayle, Elizabeth Satley (1), Mary Thomas, and
Robert Gayle." Wit. Wilson YandelL
Pg.47. JAMES JOHNSON, guardian to Jessee Douglass.
Rec. Ma.rch, 1813 •
Pg. 134. CHARLES JONES, dec'd. Inv. Rec. Aug., 1814.
for Fany Jones, widow of Charles Jones.)
Settlement, 23 March 1813.
(Pg. 142.
Year's allowance
Pg. 69. JOHN LANCASTER, dec'd. Sale, 1 June 1813. Rec. June, 1813. Purchasers
include William A. Lancaster, William Lancaster, Robert Lancaster, Thomas A.
Lancaster, Richard Lancaster, John Lancaster, James Lancaster, Robert A. Lancaster,
Mary Ann Lancaster. Robert A. Lawrence, admr.
Pg. 87. CHARLES LAWRENCE, dec'd. Will. s/22 July 1813. Rec. Dec., 1813. Wife
Charity Lawrence. "Schooling of my chn •••• until they all come of age." Moses
Allen & John Phillips, Admrs. Wits. William Dale, Sampson Bethel, Sampson Allen.
(Pg. 100. Sale. Purchasers include Charley Lawrence. Rec. Feb., 1814.)
Pg. 49. EFFY McDANIEL, dec 'd. Division of estate, 8 Dec. 1812. Rec. March, 1813.
Division among Duncan Johnson, "oldest of the heirs"; Alexander Johnson, Daniel
Johnson, "next oldest'" Daniel McMillan; John McDaniel. "The testatrix" mentioned.
Pg. 70. ANGUS McDUGALD, dec'd. Inv. taken 25 June 1813 by Neal Smith. Rec. June,
1813. (Pg. 91. Sale. Purchasers include: Flory McDugald, Charles McDugald,
Archigald McDuga1d, Nancy McDugald, Caty McDugald. Rec. Dec., 1813.) (Pg. 143.
Allowance for Floura McDugald, widow of Angus, 8 Aug. 1814.)
Pg. 136. CHARLES F. MABEAS, dec'd. Division of est., 25 July 1814. Rec. Aug.,1814.
Heirs: Sarah, William, Daniel, Do1sy Mabeas. Wm. McKenny & Jas. Denton, Commissioners.
Pg. 61. HENRY ,MOORES , dec'd.
Rec. March, 1813.
Inv. of property.
Isaac Moores, W. H. Moores, Admrs.
-164Pg. 133. NIMROD MORRIS, decld. Sale, 4 May 1814. Rec. Aug., 1814.
include Israel Morris, John Morris; widow Elizabeth Morris, admr.
Purchasers
Pg. 136. COLLINSON PAYNE, decld. Inv. of sale taken by David Wallis, admr., 11
Sept. 1814. Rec. Aug., 1814. Purchasers include John Payne, Andrew Payne.
Pg.147. LEWIS PIPKIN, decld. Will. s/23 June 1814. Rec. Nov., 1814. Wife
Clemency. All land to be cultivated and used for family, except that the land
which Samuel Taylor, dec'd., last improved is left for use of Samuel's widow,
Sally Taylor,& her family. Son Jessee Pipkin, son Lewis, dau.. Charlotte Pipkin.
Exrs. Henry Wakefield & Jessee Pipkin. Wit. Henry McWhorter & Jennet McWhorter.
Pg. 26.
RHODA POWELL,
decld~
Inventory returned by James Powell, admr. Dec.,1812.
Pg. 20. WILL SAUNDERS, dec'd. Division of. est~te,. 8 Dec., 1812. Rec. Dec., 1812.
"Tract of land whereon said Saunders lived being part of his service wright" to
RomulusM. Saunders, Franklin Saunders, Jordan Saunders ••• to Lafnyette Saunders •••
to Ethelbert Saunders.
Pg. 12. JOHN SMITH, dec'd. Settlement. 28 May 1812. Rec. Sept., 1812.
Henry Smith. Receipt from Thomas Madding, "guardian John Smith, Jr."
Exr.
Pg. 4. DELELA STALLINGS, dec'd. Will. s/"the 30th, 1812." Pro Sept., 1812.
Dau.Delila Stallings; son John Stallings. Wits.Esam (Exum?) Whitley, Wm. Pope.
Pg. 101. PLEASANT TALBOT, decld. Inv., 11 Feb. 1814. To pay from the United
States at $8 per mo. from 1 Apr. 1813 until 11 Oct. 1813. Thos. Talbot, admr.
Rec. Feb., 1814.
Pg. 27. PETER TURNEY, dec'd. Settlement of estate, Sept. 12, 1812. Rec. Dec.,
1812. "Land conveyed by Thomas Taylor to James, Samuel, Hopkins, Elizabeth,
Polly, and Charlotte Turney."
Pg. 63. EDWARD WILLIAMS, dec'd. Inv. of property.
Williams, admrs. Rec. March, 1813.
Nancy Williams & James
Pg. 1. MORGAN WILLIAMS, decide Will. s/15 June 1812. Pro Sept., 1812. Freed
slave, "Old George." Bro. Silas Mercer Williams, sister Elizabeth Williams, John
Baker. Exec. John Baker & Silas Mercer Williams. Wits. Basie Shaw & wm. Stewart
Pg. 71.
JOHN WOODSON, dec'd.
Inv. Obadiah Woodson, Admr.
Rec. June, 1813.
Pg. 162. WH. WOOTEN, decld. Inv. of estate, 7 Oct. 1814, was taken after the
marriage of the widow. David Hodges & Wm. Lains, Exrs. Rec. Nov., 1814.
PURCHASERS OF ESTATE OF THOMAS GRASTY, RUTHERFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Contributed by Mrs. Tom Bigger, Tullahoma, Tenn.
Sale of Jan. 6, 1820 recorded in Rutherford County Will Book, Vol. 4; Thomas
Hamilton, Administrator.
Elisha Palmer/Thomas Palmer/Benjamin Webb/William Agnutt/William H. Smith/John P.
Smith/Henry Freeman/George E. Harris/Rowley Morgan/Frederick Barfield Esq./
Samuel Morgan/Gideon Jarrett/William Holt/Benjamin Plausance/David Owen/William
Potts/Alexander McLaughlin/Price Devore/William Locke/Lemuel Rp.ad/David P. Nannis/
Alfred Moore/Overton w. Crockett/Edward Fisher/David H. Hughes/James Sowell/Henry
D. Thompson/Thomas Sykes/Capt. Alexander McKim/Richard Woodruff/Jonn Reaves/Thomas
Hamilton/John Sykes/Mathew Tucker
-165MARTIN FLETCHER NORRIS FAMILY BIBLE
Contributed by Mrs. S. Nelson Castle, Memphis, Tennessee
WHAT THEREFORE GOD HATH JOINED TOGETHER LET NOT MAN PUT ASUNDER
THIS IS TO CERTIFY
That
and
M. F. Norris
Mattie M. Lipford
WERE UNITED BY ME IN HOLY MATRIMONY
At the Residence of H. F. Lipford on the 9th day of
October In the year of our Lord 1866
in Presence of
Witnesses
Signed
slAG G. Parrott
THEREFORE SHALL A MAN LEAVE HIS FATHER AND HIS MOTHER AND SHALL
CLEAVE UNTO HIS WIFE AND THEY SHALL BE ONE FLESH.
BIRTHS
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M. F. Norris was born A. D. Oct. 1st 1842
Mattie M. Norris was born A. D. Nov. 4th 1844,
Henry Felix Norris was born A. n. Sept" 11th 1867 (Note: in Miss.)
Wm. Lucius Norris was born A. D. March 7th 1869 (Note: in Miss.)
Rhoda Alice Norris was born A. D. May 29th 1871.
John Walter Norris was born A. D. Sept. 27th 1873 (Note:Known as Walter John)
Fannie Clementine Norris was born A. D. June 6th 1876
Lucy Della Norris Was born A. D. Oct. 14th 1878
Mattie Leona Norris was born A. D. June 27th 1882
Irene Norris was born A. D. Oct. 19th 1884
MARRIAGES
M. F. Norris and M. M. Lipford were married A. D. Oct. 9th 1866.
Alice Norris andW. S. Bigelow were married A. D. Sept. 2d 1890.
H. F. Norris and M. V. Talbot were married'A. D. Sept. 11th 1890
W. L. Norris and Mollie Whitelow were married A. D. Jan. 26th 1893
w. J. Norris and Rilla Smith were married A. D. Dec. 24th 1896.
Della Norris & F. M. Guthrie were married Nov. 22nd 1898.
Fannie C. Norris & T. G. Scott were married Sept. 25th 1902.
Irene Norris & John Jones were Married Oct. 1904.
Martha Leona Norris & Jas. H. Lowry were married Nov. 20th 1907(?)
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DEATHS
Mr. M. F. Norris 3 o'clock April 15th 1919
Mrs.M. M. Norris May 15th 1926
w. L. Norris Mar. 9th 1950
Mary Virginia Norris May 11-1953
Walter J. Norris Aug. 19, 1955
Notes from the contributor and from Mrs. Dan E. West, descendants of Martin
Fletcher Norris: Martin Fletcher Norris was the son of Felix and Sarah (Morgan?)
Norris of Laurens County, S. C., and grandson of Thomas Norris, who willed
property to his son, Felix, in 1833. Felix moved his family to a farm near Ashland,
Miss. (Tippah County, now Benton County) in 1847. Their children were: Margaret
Bathsheba, b. 1835, m.
Simpson; Thomas H., b. 1836 (said to have been a doctor
in Civil War); Lewis M.:-b. 1839, m-l Sarah C. Cox, m-2 Sally Crook; Martin
Fletcher, b. 1842, m. Martha Melvina Lipford; John Zara, b. 1841 (1850 census) or
1840 (1860 census); James, b. 1846, m. Ellz. Cox; Wm. B., b. 1852; Lucy Ann, b. 1854.
-166Second wife of Felix Norris was Elizabeth Prescott. Their children are:
Theodocia, who m. J. M. Dickerson; Louisa, m. Sidney Crawford; Elena, m. Henry
Fincher; Sally, m. James Lowrey; Mollie, m. Walter Wooten; Arthur, m. Effie Moran;
Franklin, m. Clara Appling; Eddie, m.• Lockie Douglas; Mertha, m. Ed McCall.
Mattie or Martha M. Lipford (wife of M. F. Norris) was the daughter of Henry
Francis Lipford and Rhoda Casey Lipford. The Lipford family moved from Clarke
County, Ga. to Tippah County, Miss. before 1860. The 1860 census lists the family
as: Henry F. Lipford, 37, b. Ga., school teacher; Rhoda Lipford, 43, b. S.C.;
Frances, 17, b. Ga.; Martha, 15, b. Ga.; Lucy, 13, b. Ga.; Lucius Eugenius, 10,
b. Ga.; Clementine, 7, b. Miss.; and Ophelia, 4, b. Miss.
The Martin Fletcher Norris, family came to Shelby County (to what is now the Springdale area) shortly before 1869.
STONE FAMILY CEMETERY, FAYETTE COUNTY, TENN.
Contributed by Helen Bowling McKnight (Mrs. William B.)
Huntsville, Alabama
Cemetery is located2~ miles north of Rossville, Tenn., on the farm of Mrs.
Harvey A. Borum. The old Stone home was located nearby, but burned in 1916.
Headstones were copied by Mrs. McKnight and her motheri Mrs. Tandy Walker
Bowling (Nellie Stone), of Rossville. Notes in parentheses are bytbe contributor.
BORUM (double stone)/ HARVEY A BORUM/Nov. 22, l873/0ct. 15, 1935
SUSIE M. STONE/ His wife/June 25, 1883 (living in Rossville)
INFANT DAUGHTER of/H. Ao and So M. BORUM/Nov. 11, 1911
SHELTON (double stone/LANDON GARLAND/Sept. 26, 1887/Mar. 26, 1965
(His widow, Sallie Lee LSton~ Morris Shelton, lives at Rossville.)
INFANT SON of/A. S. and So L. MORRIS/Born/June 18, 1909
ROBERT SIDNEY/Son of A. So and S. L. MORRIS/Dec. 12, 1906/Nov. 28, 1908
ALBERT SIDNEY MORRIS/Born/Oct. 1, l875/Died/Sept. 6, 1909 (1st husband of Sallie
(First husband of Sallie Stone)
ROBERT C. STONE (Masonic emblem)/Feb. 27, l840/Feb. 6, 1914 (ROBERT CLARK STONE)
MARY VIRGINIA (called "Jenny")/wife of/R. C. STONE;/Feb. 2, l8SS/0ct. 20, 1922
(She was dau. of Robert James Morris and first wife, Susan L. Osborn. Marriage
license for Jenny and R. C. Stone issued Fayette Co. Nov. 24, 1873. Robert
Milton Stone, son of Ro C. Stone and Mary Virginia, is Mrs. McKnight's grandfather, and brother of Mrs. H. A. Borum and Mrs. Landon Shelton.)
HARRIET MOSELEY MORRIS/wife of Robert James Morris/Born Buckingham Co. Va./
June 8, l849/Died at/Memphis, Tenn./Jan. 28, 1916
(Harriet Moseley, second wife of Robert James Morris, became will while visiting
the Stones, and died in hospital in Memphis. Robert James Morris is buried in
the Morris Cemetery near Curdsville, Buckingham Co., Va.)
· -167BOWLING CEMETERY, FAYETTE COUNTY, TENN.
Contributed by Mrs. William B. McKnight, Huntsville, Alabama
Inscriptions were copied by Mrs. McKnight and her mother, Mrs. Nellie S. Bowhng,
Rossville, Tenn. Cemetery is southeast of Rossville, on the farm of Mrs. Henry
Bowling Turner of Memphis. Helen (pronounced He'len) BOWling's maiden name was
Joyner. She and Tandy W. Bowling were married 10 Jan. 1872, Marshall County, Miss.
Tandy W. BOWling
Born March 21, 1843
Died April 4, 1895
Helen McGhee Bowling
Born Jan. 6, 1844
Died Sept. 9, 1912
BOWLING CEMETERY, MARSHALL CO., MISS. -FAYETTE CO., TENN.
Contributed by Mrs. William B. McKnight, Huntsville, Alabama
Cemetery is
just on the
The BOWling
contributor
located southeast of Rossville and northwest of Mt. Pleasant, Miss.,
Tenn.-Miss. line. George W. Bowling is Mrs. McKnight's great-grandfather.
homeplace is now owned by W. J. Frazier of Rossville. Notes by the
are in parentheses.
G. W. BOWLING/Born March 21, l8l8/Died Jan. 28, 1888 (Masonic emblem)
(Large vault) MRS. ELIZABETH C. BOWLING/Daughter of George and Rebecca \>l'al ton/Born
August 29, l8l9/Died/Nov. 3, 1856/Aged 37 years/3 months and 5 days
(First wife of George W. Bowling; married 25 Oct. 1837, Lawrence Co., Ala.)
(
FELICIA O./wife of G. W. BOWLING/Born Feb. 18, l823/Died Nov. 3, 1869
(Second wife. I understand she was the widow Key whose maiden name was Bowers.
Married in Marshall Co., Miss., 2 Feb. 1857; 3 daughters.)
LAURA/wife of G. W. BOWLING/Born/Aug. 10, l839/Died/J~n. 7, 1880
(Third wife, nee Brooks; married Marshall Co., Miss., 4 June 1871.
son, whose descendants live in Memphis.)
They had one
GEORGE W./Son of G. W. and E. C. BOWLING/born Nov. 16, l852/Died Nov. 23, 1853/
Aged 1 year and 7 days
(Broken stone. Apparently child of G. W. & Laura M. BOWLING) Born July 3, 1874/
Died March 7, 1878
(Large vault) ELIZABETH REBECCA/Daughter of G. W. and E. C. BOWLING/Wife of J. T.
JOYNER/Born Nov. 23~ 1844/Died April 21, 1875
(Sister of Tandy Bowling; husband was brother of Helen McGhee Joyner Bowling.)
(Small vault) LENA REBECCA/Daughter of J. T. and E. R. Joyner/Born Aug. 29, 1874/
Died Aug. 23, 1875
CARRIE C./Wife of F. F. BOYD/Born May 12, l863/Died June 19, 1895
(Daughter of George W. Bowling)
OBITUARIES FROM THE NASHVILLE REPUBLICAN BANNER
Nashville, Tennessee
Contributed by Jill K. Garrett
Thompson, W. died in Jefferson County last Saturday, age 110.(23 Nov. 1870)
Elliott, George, 74, died near Gallatin; War of 1812 soldier in Capt. John Wallace's
Company from Sumner County. (25 March 1871)
Cheatham, John A., died in Robertson County on the 11th Inst., age 81. (29 May 1870)
-168RALEIGH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SESSION MINUTES -- 1846-1859
Raleigh, Shelby County, Tennessee
Contributed by Jean Alexander West (Mrs. Charles A.)
(Continued from last Quarter)
FolLowing many blank pages in the book, the following was found on the last pages
in the Session Minute book:
RECEivED
DISMISSED
Mrs. Dorcas Kerr
Miss Mary Ann Carlyle
Mrs. Sarah Alexander
Trans. to B.C.
Mrs. Margaret Alexander Trans.
Mrs. Margaret R. Mcknight Dec. 10-19-1852
Mrs. Susannah Henry
Miss Almira Henry
Mls s Susannah Henry
Dis. 2-1-1849
Dead March/55
Miss Mary Henry
Mrs. Rachel Shelby
Mrs. Margaret Alexander 2 Dis. Aug. 10
Mrs. Sarah J. Shelby2
Trans. to B.C.
dead
Mrs. Jeny M. Allin2
Mrs. Sarah H. Vaugham
Dis.
Miss Susannah C. Shelby
Miss Mary J. Shelby
Mrs. Mary Rudisill
~. 2-1-1849
dead 1-15-1855
Miss Roena (Rowena)
B. Crawford
Dis. 8-10-1850
~. 3-20-1850
Miss Margaret Pharr
Transferred
Sispended
Miss Mary R. H. Thomas
Miss Margaret Kerr
Des. 4-10-(51)
Mrs. Cysane C. Allen
Des. 3-20/54
Mrs. Dorcas Alexander
Dis.
Mrs. Jane Alexander
Dis.
Miss Umeline Mcknight 3
Mrs. Mary E. Alexander
W. D. Fly
Dis. 6-13-1848
Trans. to B.C.
R. N. Allen
di~/to Germantown ChI Mrs. Jenny McBride
Dis. to 2nd ChI Mfs. Mrs. Sarah M. Thomas
Mrs. J. Walsh
Mrs. Sarah S. Fly
Dis.
Dis.
Miss V. C. Walsh
Miss Mary Mahan
Dis.
Mrs. A.• F. Shelby
Mrs. Caroline Blair
Mrs. M. Allen
Mrs. Margaret Rudisill
Dis.
Dis. 6-27-1852
Mrs. E. Anderson
Mrs. Susan C. King
Mrs. E. King
Mrs. Mary J. Parks
Mrs. F. Messick
James R. McCall
Dis. 8-14-1859
Dis.
Mrs. N. C. Parks
Robert Wallace
Dis.
Mrs. E. M. Walker
Dis.
Hennitta V. Wallace
Dis.
Mrs. M. Parks
George W. Roberts
Dis.
Mrs. N. A. Pharr l
Margaret Allen
Miss J. A. Anderson
Zarskozelo (Zarskojelo,
Trans. to B. S. ChI
Mrs. C. Plummer
Zarskoyolo?), Messick
Mrs. Stalira (Stalird?)
David C. Wallace
Dis. 2nd ChI Mfs •..
Parks
Dis.
INancy Agness written in pencil beside name.
2"Sisters" written in pencil beside these names.
3"Mother of Moses B. A1exander"written in pencil beside this name.
RECEIVED
B. Walsh
)
J. M. Shelby )Elders
T. Anderson)
N. W. Copeland)
S. M. Allen (deacon)
J. R. King
T. J. Messick
J. C. Rudisill(deacon)
W. F. Walsh
R. N. Parks
D. H. Walker, Deacon
E. Thomas
M. R. Plummer
W. A. Kerr
M. A. B. Kerr
J. H. Kerr
N. F. Plummer
W. A. Shelby
M. B. Alexander
C. F. Shelby
N. L. Black
J. Al exander
R. Alexander
E. Pharr
A. Allen
T. McKnight
DISMISSED
Dis. to join 2nd ChI
Memphis
Died 1-23-1852
Dis. 9-25-1846
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(
RECEIVED
John J. Long
Samuel Kenley
Darson(?) W. Alexander
Margaret Ma(Mc?)Bride
Mr. S. Mathews
Mrs. Margaret Miller
Allen W. Davis
Mrs. Minty Davis
Mrs. Sarah Scott
Miss Susan Hartman
Miss Catharine Parks
Miss Mary Parks
Miss Almira Alexander
Miss Sarah Parks
Miss Susan King
Miss Amanda King
Miss Jane Pharr
Miss Uegene Walker
Miss Elizabeth Messick
Miss Mitilda Messick
Miss Emeline Parks
Miss Mary M. Shelby
Mrs. Mary Hawkins
Miss Elizabeth Mcroul
Miss Mitilda Meroul
Cyras A. Parks
Henry Scott
Henry F. Alin
Wm. Rieves
William Walker
Emanual R. Shelby
John Parks
James B. Coleman
Alexander C. Walker
John M. Walker
Susan R. Mcknight
David Mcknight
DISMISSED
Dis. Oct. 1848
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
dead
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.)
Dis.)Feb.20,l850
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis.
Dis. to Calif.
dead
Deceased Oct.2,l852
dead
Wm. S. Wills
Susan A. Wills
Jas.(Jos.?) P. Mians
Mrs. M. Mians
DISMISSED
RECEIVED
Diseaseded
Thomas Mians
Mrs. Mary Mians
Mrs. Martha Mcnight
Mrs. Jenet McKnight
Ruling Elder
James P. Mians
Mrs. Mians
Thomas Mians
Dis.
Mrs. Mary Mians
Miss Elizebeth Warren
Miss Suffia Parks
Dis.
Mrs. Sallie G. Rogers
Mrs. A. W. Rogers
Dis.
John ~aldren
Robert Sample
Mrs. H. Sample
James Sample
Mrs. E. A. Henderson
Mi~s R. T. Henderson
Miss Susan Henderson
Miss Elizie Mians
Miss HaE.!.et Mians
Miss Marthy T. Scott
Miss Sarah A. Scott
Miss Margret E. Alexander
Miss Sarah Gray
Miss Caroline Walker
George W. Baim (Baine)
Samuel B. Alin
Adair Muray
William Muray
Marcus St.!!art
Dis.
Robert Alin
George Alin
Alexander C. Walker
Dis.
Mrs. Coleman
Miss E. Gray
Miss T. Stewart
Charles H. Wills
Robert W. Wills
Julious Wills
Francis Wills
MARRIAGES
Nathan F. Plummer - Eliza D. Stockingor (Stockinger)
Mr.
Harris - Mary Carlyle
Joseph McCaul - Almira Henry
George Willis - Malissa Parks
Nov. 5th
(No date
(No date
Dec. 23,
1846
given)
given)
1847
BAPTISMS from June 3041' 1846
PARENTS
B.
Y.
S.
E.
J.
James Walsh
(T.?) J. & F. Messick
M. & M. Allen
& S. N. Thomas
C. & M. Rudisill
&
CHILDREN
Mary Eveline
Lucy Tale (Tate?)
Joanna Barker
Robert Jetton
Jonas Clark (1846)
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PARENTS
J. M. & A. F. Shelby
C. F. & S. Shelby
M. K. & C. Plummer
S. M. & M. Allen
D. H. & E. Walker
N. L. & S. Black
J. & J. Alexander
R. & H. V. Wallace
H.(?) & M. Rudisill
W. D. & S. S. Fly
T.
E.
R.
B.
A.
CHILDREN
Nerissa Newbury
Richard Covington Wyatt
Eliza Unicy
Robert Alexander
Rowena Cecill1a
William Leonidas
Emily Cornelia
Albert Spender & (not named)
John Clark
John Dickson
James Haney
1847
Mary Gift
Helena Arana(?) Jane
Sarah Rebecka Tennessee
Hugh Robertson
Martiat Blan
/48
J. & F. Messick
& S. N. Thomas
N. & M. Parks
& J. Walsh
& S.(?) Allen
Adults
fro~
Sep. 16 - 1849
James B. Coleman
John Parks
Elebeth Mcraw
Mi tilda Mcraul
John Waldren - Oct. 19th 1852
Oct. 9/53
George W. Baim (Baine)
Marcus Stauart
Miss Betty Aluss(Alsup?) Aug. IS/57
Miss Bettie Word
Miss M. Wills
Sep. 20/58
BAPTISMS from March 1858
(Children)
(Parents)
William Franklin
S. M. & M. Alin
Columbus Newbury
J. & M. Alexander
Daniel Gray
J. M. & A. F. Shelby
Leroy & Ugene
W. 1.(1) & J.(1) S. Wills
John Bolling
J. M. & A. F. Shelby
Mary
K. J.(1) & S. A. Wills
Thomas - Julia
J. W. & M. Alexander
Betty
Mr s. J. Dunwoody
David Carranes
Mr. R. Kello (Kelly?) Parks
J. & S. Coleman
Willy Rudisill )
Children of
Faney Rudisill )
Mr.-Mag.(?) Rudisill
Zenas Rudisill )
William Rawlings
Mrs. M. Wills
Julian George
Apr. 21st 1851
May 2, 1852
April 10th 1853
Aug. 15th/56
Aug. 15th 1857
Sep. 20/58
*****
NOTES FROM THE CONTRIBUTOR:
Many of the members of the Raleigh Presbyterian Church were transferred from the
Rocky River Presbyterian Church, near Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.
~ Presbyterian Congregation ~ Rocky River by Thomas Hugh Spencer, Jr. (1954)
contains names of ancestors of many Raleigh families. The Reverend Spencer was
once in charge of the Presbyterian Historical Foundation, Montreat, N. C.
EVAN SHELBY (son of Moses Shelby Sr.) married Susannah Polk Alexander. Issue (per
papers of late Cass K. Shelby): Sarah (m. John Alexander 8/15/1798); Isabelle (m.
Stephen Alexander); Susanna (m. Daniel Alexander); Dorcas (m. William A. Kerr
2/9/1807); Mary (m. William Taylor Alexander, May, 1812); all marri~d in Mecklenburg,
); Thomas; John Milton (mo Amanda F. Rudisill,
County, N.C.; William (m. Rachel
4/1/1833, Shelby County, Tenn.) According to rejected pension papers of Evan Shelby
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filed by heirs, Evan died in 1827; Sussanna died in 1837.
Issue of JOHN M. SHELBY: Emmanuel Rolzy (1835-1864); Mary Melissa (1836-1923),
Theophilus (d. 7/3/1839); James Monroe (b. 1840); Margaret Amanda (b. 1844);
Nerrissa Newberry (b. 1847); Daniel Gray (b. 1850); John Boling (b. ca 1851);
Charles b. 1854).
We A. KERR m. Dorcas Shelby. Children (listed in will 12/17/1857, Shelby County):
Mary C. Rudisill; Harvey; Milton; Margaret Ware; granddaughter Joanna Kerr;
grandsons Rufus Rudisill, William Rudisill; disinherited "unfortunate child"
Moses H. Kerr unless he changes his ways.
SAMUEL McMURRAY ALLEN (son of Robert Allen and Jane Morrow McMurray) m-l Sarah
Caroline Pharr, 11/13/1804, Cabarrus County, N.C. Issue: Henry F., Margaret
Jane, and Mary Matilda. M-2 in N.C. Margaret Camilla Duckworth, daughter of
his aunt, Eleanor Allen (Mrs. George) Duckworth. Issue: Samuel Bracken, William
Franklin, Robert Alexander, Eleanora, George Lawrence, Joannah Barker, Emma Atkinson.
.
.
~
WILLIAM A. SHELBY (be 1794, N.C.) m. Rachel
• His brother, J. M. Shelby, is
named executor in his will. Proven children: Mary I. (Shelby)McFarland, Thomas
C. Shelby, Sussannah C. Shelby. Believed tb be his children: Vyrus F. Shelby
(m. Sarah I. Allen 12/25/1838, Shelby County) and ~ancy Shelby (m. William M.
Wilson) •
(
M. B. ALEXANDER m. Margaret Allen (sister of Samuel McMurray Allen) 10/25/1837,
Shelby County, Tennessee. A Mrs. Sarah Alexander lived in his household in 1850
census, who may be his mother, and who also may be the Sarah Shelby who married
John Alexander in North Carolina. Children ,of M. B. and Margaret Allen Alexander,
per Bible of Thomas Alburtus Alexander, my grandfather:
Robert Allen, John
Wilson, Emanda Narcissa, Harriet Anna, James Shelby, Thomas Alburtus, and Edward
Green Alexander.
N. A. PHARR is Nancy Allen Pharr, widow of Robert Pharr, buried in Raleigh Cemetery.
She was sister of Samuel M. Allen; Alexander Allen is believed to be another
brother. Alexander Allen was county trustee 4/4/1848.
The RUDISILL family is included in Our Kin by Hoffman. The Raleigh Rudisills were
the children of Jonas Rudisill (who~father was Jonas Rudisill of Pennsylvania)
and Sussanna (Clark) Rudisill of Mecklenburg County, N. c.
NEWTON W. COPELAND married Isabella C. Kerr, daughter of Rev. H. M. Kerr, in
Fayette County, Tennessee.
The Raleigh church is believed to have existed as early as 1833, but proof of its
existence in 1841 in shown in Shelby County Court Records on microfilm reel 15.
On Feb. 26, 1841, B. H. Hawkins, S. M. Allen, J. C. Rudisill, Elias Pharr, all
trustees of the Presbyterian Church of the Old School at Raleigh, applied to
pur ch~se ! ~..!l~;~~ Ra1~~8!l~(.)!~ us ~cQy.the..~Church•...Ihi s . . R~titi.Qn.J~.a.s. i.i1ftd..Ap...r.:lL.8.-,.~ __... ~. ..
·1841~~
..
~.
CORRECTION and ADDITIONAL INFO~~TION:
In the list of ministers in the footnote on page 110 (July-September, 1973, issue,
Vol. 20, No.3), the name of the Rev. J. (T.?) WINFREY should be REV. J. (Jesse)
WIMPY. Mrs. M. J. Staudt, 4514 Billy Maher Road, Memphis, Tennessee, sends the
correction along with the follOWing obituaries of two of his children.
WIMPY - On the fifth of March, of dysentery, at Pittsburg, Camp County,
Texas, Dr. J. H. Wimpy.
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Dr. Wimpy was the son of Rev. Jesse Wimpy, who for several years was the
faithful and laborious minister of the Presbyterian Church in Raleigh,
Tenn. He received his liter~ry training at Marysville, Tenn., and was
graduated in Medicine at the Medical College of Louisviole, Ky ••••••••
praeticed his profeSSion for a time, in the country, but finally removed to
Texas ••••••••He was a young man of fine promise ••••••J.N.S.
Mrs. Mary E. Cook, daughter of Rev. Jesse Wimpy, of the Presbyterian
Church, was born June 15, 1836, and died of pneumonia near Marion, Ark.,
jan. 28, 1880 •••••••• joined the Second Presbyterian Church of Memphis, Tenn.
In 1874 she moved her membership to Raleigh, Tenn. She was the oldest of
a large family ••••• She married in her thirty-second year, and leaves two
sons •••••J. P. Walker./St. Louis Presbyterian~please copy.
REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION APPLICATION OF WILLIAM HARGIS I
Contributed by Louis Johnson Jr., Cookeville, Tenn.
Applied from White County, Tennessee, April 10, 1833
Pensioner is now aged 72, born July 16, 1760 in Fairfax County, Va. He removed to
Caswell County, N. C. with his father; lived there about 20 years. He moved to
Rutherford County, N.C., then to Knox County, Tenno, then to White County, Tenn.,
where he has lived 22 years.
He has lost his commission papers, signed by Gov. Caswell, but submitted discharge
papers received at end of second tour of duty (dated 9th June 1780, signed by
Gen. John Butler) and at end of fourth tour (dated 19th Novo 178l,signed by
Ephraim Washington, Brigade ~jor by order of Gen. Butler). Volunteered in Caswell
Co. under Capt. William White, First Regiment of N. C., Maj. George Moore and Col.
James Sanders, serving 5 months to April 10, 1779; served 3 months undar Capt.
Adam Sanders to June 9, 1780; served 3 months in 1781 under Capt. Shadrick Hargis,
his eldest brother~ volunteered again, served under Capt. Moore, discharged
Nov. 19, 1781, and returned to his father's in Caswell County.
He gives as character references his neighbors: James T. Holman, Esqr., Samuel
Johnson, Lewis Duting, Esqr., James Hudgens, Lewis Bohannon.
.
REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION APPLICATION OF WIDOW OF WILLIAM HARGISI
Contributed by Louis Johnson Jr., Cookeville, Tenn.
Applied from White County, Tenn., April 11, 1838.
Elizabeth Hargis, aged 72, is resident of White County, widow of Revolutionary War
private, who had been placed on pension roll for West Tenn."at the Agency at
Nashville." She married William Hargis Sept. 1.2, 1782. He died March 11, 1836.
WILL OF WILLIAM HARGIS
Contributed by Louis Johnson Jr., Cookeville, Tenn.
The will was found by Mary F. Mitchell (Mrs. B. K.) in a loose folder containing
the May 2, 1836, Minute Book for White County, Tennessee, in the basement of the
Courthouse at Sparta. 'From the Minute Book: Will was produced, May 2, 1836, in
Court and proven by Samuel Johnson and ordered recorded; also a codicil was proven
and ordered recorded. The codicil was not found by Mrs. Mitchell. The will is
possibly handwritten by William Hargis.
IAbstracted by editor.
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(
In the name of God amen, this the seventh day of August and in the year of our
Lord one thousand Eigh teen hundred and thirty five. I William Hargis of the County
of White and State of Tennessee calling to mind the mortality of my body and that
it is appointed for all men once to die do make and publish this my last will and
Testament in the manner and form following to write Princibly and first of all I
recommend my precious soule and immortal soule unto the home that gave it of
aimity God and my body~be buried in a decent Christian burial and as to such
worldy estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this world after my just
debts are paid and funeral expenses are paid, I give and dispose of the same in
manner and form following:
1. Item first
first of all I do will and be queath unto ;my beloved wife Elizabeth Hargis all my
land and household furniture and one cow and calf and my h6gs during her natural
life and as to the Estate comming from James Jay her father', North Carolina,
Person County.
2. Item and the land where on she ~ lives and willed to her during her natural
life I do will and bequeath unto Washington G. Hargis at his mothe~ death and sd
Hargis to have the use of sd farm from this day forward till her death by his
keeping her a decent support during her life. Abraham Hargis, James J. Hargis,
Solomon C. Hargis, William A. Hargis, WashingtonG. Hargis, Susana Suttle, Jane
Hutson, Sary More, Elizabeth Johnson, Polly Johnson.
3. Item I will and bequeath unto Elizabeth Hargis my Wife two hundred dollars
out of her fathe~ Estate and the Reft of the Estate comming from her father to be
equally divided &monst the above named he,irs.
and I do appoint Soloman Hargis my Executor to collect the Estate
Comming from James Jay, deceased,North Ca~olina, Person County, the father of
Elizabeth Hargis my wife and the afore sd Solomon Hargis to collect and pay over
as the law directs to the above named heirs and said Soloman to have fifty dollars
extra of his expencis for his services in attending to the buysness.
Confirming this to be my last will and testament and publish this to be my last
will and testament and in witness where unto i have here unto set my hand and
seal in the presence of
test
Samuel Johnson/Ephraim Sparks
s/William Hargis
(seal)
PETITION OF HEIRS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, DECID.I
Filed in Circuit Court of Putnam County, Tenn.
Contributed by Louis Johnson Jr., Cookeville, Tenn.
Richard Johnson, Washington G. Hargis, Margaret Hargis, Polly Michel, Joseph
Johnson, Samuel Johnson, John Bradly, Nancy Bradly, William C. Johnson, John
Johnson, Thomas B. Johnson, Henry Johnson, Albert V. Horn, Jane Horn Heirs at
law of Samuel Johnson Deed.
Petition to sell land and slaves filed Nov. 15, 1843. Petitioners state that
Samuel Johnson died intestate in County of Putnam; John Johnson and John Bradly
are the administrators; that land and negroes cannot be divided without being
sold and dividing proceeds of sale; the widow, Winie Johnson, has taken a portion
of the land for her dower in the same. Court ordered the administrators be
appointed special commissions to sell land and negroes and ordered them to
advertise"said sale at the White Plains at Sparta Tennessee and at least five other
public places in the County of Putnam and Whi~e" etc.
Note from contributor: At the time of the petition, the first 3 petitioners were
living in Ripley County, Mo.; the Widow, John Johnson, Albert and wife Jane Johnson
Horn in Putnam Co.; and the other petitioners in White County.
IAbstracted by editor.
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GRO~
LAWRENCE COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGES - 1838-1860
Copied from Marriage Record Book "A" 'by John F. Morrison, Jr.,
Lawrence County Historical Society
(Continued from last Quarter)
BRIDE
DATE
OFFICIANT
Caldwell, James T.
Calhoun, G. W.
Callahan, W. T.
Calloway, 1.. E.
Calloway, Wm. H.
Calloway, Jubilee
Campbell, Angis '
Campbell, Charles
Campbell, Jacob
Campbell, John
Campbell, Jordan S.
Campbell, Richard
Campbell, Samuel
Campfield, Simeon
Campbell, William
Campfield, Simeon
Caperton, David A.
Carpender, Hendley
Carr, George
Carrell, Asa
Carrell, Felix
Carrell, Felix
Carrell, Felix J. N.
Carrell, Newton A.
Carrell, Stephen A.
Carrell, William
Carrigan, William
Carroll, John M.
Carroll, Wm.
Carroll, Wm.
Carter, George W.
Carter, Jas. H.
Carter, John
Carter, O. T. D.
Carte~ (Workman?)
Peter E.
Carter, William
Cates, Ezra
Cates, Tyre R.
Cavin, Franklin
Chaffin, Elihu M.
Chaffin, Robert W.
Chaffin, William B.
Chambers, Henry C.
Chambers, John M.
Chambers, J. W.
Chambers, W. H.
Chapman, Felix G.
Chapman, James C.
Chapman, James M.
Chapman, William F.
Chapman, William F.
Lucy M. Lynam
Roheco Sanders
Ellen J. Belew
Nancy French
Emeline Dal ton
Mar gare t Voil s
M. Conly
Nancy Craig
Margaret Belew
Catharine Trorbaugh
Mary Ann Wise
Adalette McCrackin
Margaret Kelly
Elizabeth Williams
Lucy A. MCMackin
Elizabeth williams
Mary J. Springer
Louisa Tomlinson
Amanda E.A. Chambers
Martha Ann Cates
Dicey E. Ball
Dicey E. Ball
Sarah E. Head
Mariah Bailey
Mary F. Stribling
Elender Jones
Adaline Johnson
Martha L. Grissom
M. M. Strickland
Anne Scott
Phebe Ann Burnett
E. J. Richardson
Rebecca Pope
A. M. Heffington
Margaret Pickard
Sarah C. Pollock
Martha A. Pickard
Hannah MCMasters
Susan Watson
Lenora P. Wisdom
Margaret Ann Hill
Susan J. Wells
Susan Johnson
Mary Jane Rippy
A. Nowlin
Sarah C. Rippy
Mary A. Springer
Martha Petty
Lucinda Rackley
Martha Jane Dame
Cordelia T. Holcomb
May
Nov.
Sep.
Nov.
Sep.
Sep.
Sep.
Apr.
Oct.
Sep.
Apr.
Jul.
Apr.
Sep.
Oct.
Sep.
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Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
.Q££.
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Oct.
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Feb.
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Jul.
Oct.
Jun.
Dec.
Dec.
Aug.
Feb.
Jun.
May
Nov.
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Nov.
Aug.
Nov.
Mar.
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Apr.
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Apr.
Jan.
Jun.
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Aug.
5,
26,
24,
28,
15,
1,
29,
18,
28,
22,
19,
21,
4,
9,
24,
9,
26,
6,
12,
20,
15,
2,
19,
28,
4,
24,
9,
22,
14,
11,
16,
6,
1,
13,
1847
1842*
1855*
1859
1847
1859*
1839
1847
1851
1844
1840
1847
1845
1842
1854*
1842
1856
1846
1847
1858
1858
1858*
1854*
1847
1842
1845
1856
1851
1839
1849
1849
1838
1842*
1842
6,
2,
11,
21,
24,
5,
11,
30,
25,
16,
26,
16,
10,
1841
1849
1846
1848
1851
1847
1860
1854
1849
7,
18,
3,
26,
1856
1860
1856
1858
1838
1847
1848
1855*
Joseph Miller, M.G.
A. Jones, M.G.
Joel Kilburn, J.P.
J; Wasson, J.P.
Chaffin, J.P.
James,M. Powell, J.P.
C. Parkes, J.P.
Jno. A. Hail, J.P.
John Bryan, M.G.
Daniel Lindsey, J.P.
Wm. A. Edmiston, J.P.
WlIl.
Wm. A. Edmiston, J.P.
W. C. Blair, J.P.
Wm. A. Edmiston, J.P.
F. H. Kennedy, J.P.
H. K. Burlison, J.P.
Saml. McBride, J.P.
Jason W. Boshers, J.P.
Joseph Miller, M. G.
W. B. Norman, J.P.
Sam. M. Wasson, J.P.
Saml. McBride, J.P.
J. Wasson, J.P.
David H. Davis, J.P.
Joseph Wisdrnn, J.P.
Wm. McCallis~er, J.P.
Thomas Archer, M.G.
Stephen Carrell, J.P.
Jesse Hutcheson, J.P.
Joseph Miller, M.G.
Wm. MCMasters, J.P.
H. F. Appleton, J.P.
W. B. Norman, J.P.
W. C. Davis, J.P.
Noah Parker, M.G.
Wm. A. Edmiston, J.P.
C. W. Bowden, J.P.
C. W. Bowden, J.P.
C~ W. Bowden, J.P.
J. H. Evans, J.P.
J.' V. Vandiver, M.G.
Wm. A. Edmiston, J.P.
B. W. West, J.P.
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BRIDE
GROOM
Chennault, Isaac
Eliz. L. Vandiver
Lucy Ann Vandiver
Chennault, Robert
Chesser, James
Eliza Blythe
Chesser, Wm. H.
Julian Osburn
Chilcote, Wm. A.
Catharine Moore
Chisholm, John
Isabella Campbell
Choat, John K.
Mahala J. Pollock
Christian, J. D.
L. Blasingam
Christian, Nathaniel J. Sarah A. C. Carr
Christian, Robert N.
Sarah Ann Curtice
Candace Pennington
Chronister, Arthur R.
Churchwell, Ephraim
Analiza Floyd
Clair (Blair?), John G. Winey Jones
E. C. Flippo
Clay, A. G.
Mary A. Gobbel
Clay, Albert G.
Clay, Wm.
Isabella Gallaher
Clayton, Daniel
Eliza Bryant
Clayton, E. M.
Eliza Jane Bradley
Elizabeth Crews
Clayton, J. B.
Rachel Curtis
Clayton, J. S.
Clayton, Richard
Elizabeth Giluspice
Mary A. Crews
Clayton, Richard
Nancy Crews
Clayton, Stanford
Clayton, William
Lucinda V. O. J. McGee
Cleek, Bryant W.
Elizabeth T.Nowlin
Emeline Richardson
Clemmons, William
Elizabeth A. Neely
Clendennon, Joseph A.
Drucil1ah Pope
Clendennon, Theodore
Mary May
Clifton, Alfred N.
Jane Houser
Clifton, J. L.
Cornelia Hicks
Cochran, Eli
Mary L. Morris
Cochran, Eli
Mary Ann Howell
Cochran, F.
Martha Ann Pollock
Cochran, Robert
Melissa Odom
Cochran, William
Emeline Heffington
Cochran, William
Elizabeth A.
Cochran, Zachariah
Pennington
Harriet Jane Goff
Cockburne, George W.
Cockerel, Jackson
Sarah Tooten
Cockerell, Granville L. Dicey Tooten
Martha T. Kana(?)ore
Coffman, David E.
Rebecca Petty
Coffman, William H.
Elizabeth Cawhorn .
Coker, Jacob
Coker, James T.
Elizabeth Frances Ray
Cole, Washington L.
Margaret Ann Thompson
Comer, Aaron
Tthama1inda Brashears
Conway, D. B. M.
Nancy Lewis
Cook, Charles
Emaril1a Boshers
Cook, Joseph
Mary Ann Moody
Cook, Samuel
Martha Easley
Cook, Stephen
Louisa Cook
Cook, William
Susannah Cook
Cooper, Eli P.
Martha Prior
Cooper, Robert T.
L. C. Smith
Copelin, Jacob
A. Runnels
Corcoran, Paterick
Emeline Alley
_DA~T_E~ __~_
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Dec.
Nov.
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Nov.
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3,
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19,
19,
15,
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20,
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18,
14,
1843
1849
1850
1848
1858
1850
1849
1840*
1859
1856
1846
1849
1839
1858
1883
1859
1860
1856
1859
1852
1839
1841
1839
1848
1854*
1841
1854*
1853
1857
1857
1847
1851
1855*
1853
1842
1850
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22,
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1856
1844
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1853
1860
1844
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1853
1849
1841
1851
1839
1841*
1860
1840
1840
1851
1853
1843
1853*
O~t.
OFFICIANT
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
G. H. Vandiver, M.G.
Joseph Wisdom, J.P.
B. Williams, J.P.
C. B. Davis, M.G.
C. B. Porter, M. G.
F. H. Kennedy, J.P.
W. Carter, J.P.
C. W. Bowden, J.P.
R. W. McWhirter, J.P.
Jesse Hutcheson, J.P.
R. Brashears, J.P.
C. W. Bowden, J.P.
G. W. Blanton, M.G.
C. C. Vandiver, M.G.
Rev. N. Gower
Jonas Crews, J.P.
Stanford Clayton, M.G.
S. C. Evins, M. G.
R. Newton, J. P.
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
H. Clayton, J.P.
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
G. W. McLaren, J.P.
Leruy Penn~ngtun
Samuel Baker, M.G.
Jonas Crews, J.P.
Jason W. Boshers, J.P.
Jesse Hutcheson, J.P.
Jesse Hutcheson, J.P.
Daniel Buie, J.P.
Allen Stewart, J.P.
Jacob H. Pennington,J.P.
Wm. A. Edmiston, J.P.
Daniel Buie, J.P.
J. Craig, J.P.
Wm. MCMasters, J.P.
F. M. Hays, J.P.
Daniel McKdouga1, J.P.
James M. POwell, J.P.
S. C. Dickson, M.G.
R. W. Appleton, J.P.
Thos. A. Richardson, J.P.
Thomas Montgomery, J.P.
J. W. Wann, J.P.
W. A. Edmiston, J.P.
W. T. Jackson, J.P.
J. P. Richardson, M.G.
Leroy Pennington, M.G.
C. Parkes, J.P.
-176GROOM
Curry, James E.
Curry, Jas. N.
Curry, Thomas
Curry, Thomas G.
Curry, Thos. N.
Curtice, W. P. Senr.
Curtis, H. G.
Curtis, Isaac W.
Curtis, Thomas
Cutbirth
BRIDE
Elizabeth S. West
Eliz. M. Thompson
Sarah Strayhorn
~rtha C. West
S. Meda A. Letsinger
Francis J. Seaton
Elizabeth Bradford
Martha Williams
Nancy Deweast
Jane Floyd
DATE
Oct.
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.,
Dec.
Feb.
May
Nov.
Jul.
Mar.
Dalton, David
Dalton, John L.
Dalton, Jonathan
Dalton, Joseph M.
Dame, James
Daniel, Harvey
Danley, John
Age 25, b.Lawrence
Co., Tenn.
Daughtry, Thomas O.
Davidson, George W.
Davidson, Joel
Davidson, John
Davidson, John D.
Davidson, Thomas
Davidson, Wm. J.
Davis, Branson A.
Davis, Charles L.
Davis, Daniel
Davis, Franklin
Davis, George
Davis, George A.
Davis, G. F.
Davis, John
Davis, Levi
Davi s, Manon
Davis, Mathew
Davis, Matthew
Davis, Micajah
Davis, Moses
Davis, T. F.
Davis, William
Davis, William C.
Day, H. D.
Day, Joshua
Deavenport, M. W.
Deavenpor t, Thos. D.
Defoe, John M.
Defoe, Thomas C.
Delk, George W.
Depriest, Jesse
Dever, William S.
Dial, Andrew J.
Dial, James
Dial, Joel
Dickey, G. M.
Mary Gd sham
Nancy P. Riddell
Manerva James
Eliza Jane Smith
Mary Ann Voss
Mary A. Clark
Rebecca Null
Age 13, b.Bedford
Co., Tenn.
Mary Jane Comer
Nancy S. Callahan
Mary S. E. Cody
Lavina I. Layton
Susan M.· Wasson
Mary J. Greenhaw
Sarah J. C. Grisham
Catharine Grissom
Sarah J. Lankister
Lucinda Davis
Francis M. Norman
Mary M. Rider
Louise Wharton
Tennessee Childress
Sarah Hughes
Lucinda Watson
Francis V. Speer
Martha Lawson
Jane Smith
Manerva Jane Holt
Vina M. Fugate
Virginia E. Anthony
Nancy Gwinn
Tennessee M. Anthony
Marry Counts
Nancy Poteet
L. Jane Evans
Amanda Finch
Mary E. Kelly
Sarah Ann Norwood
Melita J. Albritton
Sarah Wasson
Jane Price
Margaret E. Harder
Elizabeth Gilbert
Sarah Lancaster
Phebe Powel
Dec. 20, 1839*
Oct. 7, 1841
JohA A. Hall, J.P.
David H. Davis, M.G.
May
1, 1851
Jun. 30, 1851*
H. K. Burlison, J.P.
Jan. 1, 1854
Joseph Mi11er,M.G.
Oct. 6, 1841
Sep. 20, 1855*
(Page .7)
(No names or other information given.)
Dec. 23, 1860
Robert Newton, J.P.
Dec. 2, 1854*
Jesse Hutcheson, J.P.
feb. 4, 1851
Feb. 14, 1842 Michael Layton, J.P.
Jul. 17, 1843
Joseph Miller, M.G.
Dec. 29, 1856 B. M. Moore, J.C.C.
Jan. 20, 1858
Thomas Archer, M.G.
Dec. 12, 1848
T. G.' Rosson, J.P.
Thos. Bryant, J.P.
Nov. 29, 1860
David H. Davis, M.G.
Apr. 14, 1842
Sep. 10, 1850
Thos. G. Rosson, J.P.
L.
Pennington, M.G.
D~c. 15, 1858
Feb. 3, 1846
Elisha Vandiver, M.G.
Elder Wm. Dearing
Dec. 28, 1857
Jan. 17, 1844 Allen Stewart, J.P.
I. D. Pennington, J.P.
Aug. 22, 1849
Mar. 16, 1856 C. W. Bowden, J. P •
Jul. 4, 1858 J. C. Rickman, M.G.
Dec. 31, 1855*
Apr. 11, 1847
Allen Stewart, J.P.
H. F. Appleton, J.P.
Aug. 24, 1853
Jul. 3, 1859 W. B. Gillham, M.G.
Dec. 13, 1846 Allen Stewart, J.P.
J. N. Bradshaw, M. G.
Dec. 30, 1852
Jun. 27, 1839*
Jut. 28, 1859 Wm. McMasters
Jul. 27, 1848 J. N. Bradshaw, M.G.
W. B. Gl1ham, M.G.
Aug. 4, 1857
Jul. 18, 1860 W. H. McCrory
Jut. 1, 1852
F. E. Harwell, M.G.
May
6, 1851
Hardy Crews ,E • of M.
Aug. 11, 1841
J. C. Sparkman, M.G.
Jul. 12, 1850 W. C. Davis, J.P.
Oct. 28, 1847
Jacob Springer, J.P.
Mar. 24, 1848 L. Mino Bentley, J.P.
Jan. 30, 1842
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
Dec. 21, 1840*
29,
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14,
5,
21,
14,
15,
28,
15,
25,
1857
1841*
1851
1850
1854*
1856
1858
1848
1849
1849
OFFICIANT
Leroy Pennington, M. G.•..
B. W. West, J.P•.
J. G. Bartee, M. G.
Stanford Clayton, M. G.
John H. Boren, J.P.
Jesse Higgs, J.P.
Allen Stewart, J.P.
B. W. West, J.P.
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GROOM
Cosby, Wm. A.
Cossey, L.
Couch, Joseph W.
Coul ton, John
Council, John R.
Counts, John
Crabb, Thomas W.
Crabb, Wm. P.
Craig, David E.
Craig, Isaac N.
Craig, James
Craig, James A.
Craig, John N.
Craig, William N.
Cox, David
Cox, Giles H.
Cox, Henry
Cox, Isaac
Cox, Jasper
Cox, Moses
Cox, Samuel
Cox, William
Crabb, Fountain R.
Crabb, James H.
Creasy, Robert
Crews, Augustin
Crews, Benjamin
Crews, Benjamin
Crews, Benjamin
Cre\Y's, James F.
Crews, Jonathan
Crews, Jonas
Crews, Jonas
Crews, Jonathan
Crews, Joseph
Crews, Sidney
Crews, William T.
Crews, Z.
Crofford, William C.
Crook, D. W.
Crook, Zerubbabel
Cross, C. W.
Cross, James F.
Cross" John
Cross, R. S.
Cross, Thomas V.
Cross, Vines H.
Crossthwait, John N.
Crossthwait, Wm. M.
Crowder, William J.
Cummings, Geo. D.
Cummings, John
Cunningham, Jesse J.
Cunningham, John M.
Cunningham, Thomas G.
Cunningham, W. B.
Curry, Green B.
BRIDE
J. A. Reams
M. Cockran
Kiziah E. Hayes
Almanza J. Haynes
Laura A. Gibbins
Lucretia Richards
Rachael E. Nutt
Elizabeth Horn
Mary A. Guinn
Rebecca R. Williams
Margaret M. Vorhies
Martha F. Branch
Louisa H. Guinn
Rebecca C. Pennington
Marinda McC~wen
Mary Kelsey
E. Crowder
Manerva Garrett
Martha McCalister
Sarah R. McWhirter
Nancy C. Hammonds
Sarah E. Gable
Elizabeth Brashers
Dicey Brashers
Anna Davis
Elizabeth Lindsey
Elizabeth Stone
Elizabeth Stone
Dorcas Lindsey
Jane Shipman
Frances Morrow
Mary V. Hensley
Eliza Helton
Elizabeth A. Keeling
Susannah Clayton
Mary Ann Ponds
Martha J. Kelly
Sarah Voils
Rosalinda Tinnon
Edney Richardson
Mary J. E. McLaren
Sarah Ann Hall
Eliza C. Goff
Sarah Stewart
Mary E. Reed
Ibby Ferrell
Louisa J. Inman
Mary E. Saunders
Mary E.McBride
Mildred A. Carpenter
Margaret C. Parot
Sarah Price
Martha A. Skillern
Martha J. Howard
Sarah J. McLaren
Milly Ann Calloway
Margaret Thompson
DATE
Jan.
Aug.
Dec.
Mar.
Nov.
Sep.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Nov.
JuI.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Dec.
Oct.
Feb.
Jan.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Nov.
Apr.
Sep.
Jun.
Jun.
Dec.
Jan.
Dec.
Oct.
Jul.
Dec.
JuI.
Jan.
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Aug.
Oct.
Sep.
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Jan.
Jan.
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15,
3,
2,
7,
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19,
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3,
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24,
11,
13,
25,
31,
28,
10,
15,
17,
28,
17,
1,
28,
3,
11,
OFFICIANT
L. R. Rossboro, M.G.
1857
1840*
1845
James Calhoun, M.G.
1858
J. H. Strayhorn, M.G.
1854*
1839*
1853
William Comer, J.P.
1850
William Comer, J.P.
1860
I. J. Pennington, J.P.
1845
James Calhoun, M.G.
1844*
James Calhoun, M.G.
1856
1854
H. P. Walden, J.P.
1860
1847
1850
1858
1847
1859
1850
1849
1860
1844
1847
1848
1849*
1839
1839*
1849
1845
1846
1844
1860
1848
1847*
1847
1858
1856
1844
1855
1847
1841
1850
1849
1855
1853
1850
1854
1854
1855
1856
1860
1855*
1855*
1852
1869
1844
Pleasant Massey, J.P.
William Comer, J.P.
L. Pennington, M.G.
W. T. Jackson, J.P.
Wm. McKnight, b.P.
J. B. Martin, J.P.
G. P. Kelsey, M.G.
Wm. Comer, J.P.
C. B. Porter, M. G.
R. W. Appleton, J.P.
Wm. McMasters, J.P ,~.
T. G. Rossoh, J.P.
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
(Different page)
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
J. A. Nichols, J.P.
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
Jacob Springer, J.P.
P. L. Simms, J.P.
Jesse Hutcheson, J.P.
J. A. Nichols, J.P.
N. Gower, J.P.
A. H. Bryan, M.G.
John Wrey, M. G.
C. J. Herrin, J.P.
John C. May, J. P •
W. A. Edmiston, J.P.
Samuel McBride, J.P.
W. T. Jackson, J.P.
Wm. Dearing, M.G.
Thomas A. Richardson
J. P. Richardson, M.G.
James Calhoun, M. G.
Jas. Calhoun, M.G.
C. H. Nicholson, J.P.
S. D. McLean, J.P.
Jonas Crews, J.P.
John W. Stewart, J.P.
John H. Boren, J.P.
J. C. Sparkman, M.G.
-178GROOM
Dickey, Robert
Dickie, William M.
Dickson, John B.
Dickson, Spencer C.
Dickson, WUliam
Dicus, Elij ah
Dishonghn, A.
Dixon, Columbus F.
Dixon, Fountain J.
Dixon, James M.
Dobbins, A. T.
BRIDE
Lucy Kirk
Nancy Hamlet
E. J. Brown
Martha A. Uzzell
Emilin Bivens
Mahala Austin
Arenah Busby
Sarah Ann Springer
~ebecca Gallaher
Elizabeth Tucker
Zilpha MCMasters
DATE
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Jul.
Nov.
Feb.
Jul.
Mar.
Dotson, J. N.
Downen, Elij ah
Doyal (Dodge?), John
Ducker, John L.
Dueast, Jasper
Duger, R. C.
Dugger, Charles J.
Duncan, D. S.
Duncan, George W.
Duncan, John W.
Duncan, W. F.
Duncan, William L.
Duncan, William S.
Durby (Darby?), Jno. J.
Durham, James F.
Martha A~ Neale
Susan Chambers
Mary J. Daughtry
Jane Moody
Jane Cochran
E. A. Williams
Ethelinda L. Bumpass
Eliz. Miatt (Mialt?)
Louisa Crews
Mary A. McAnally
N. McAnally
Julia Ann Self
Eleanor Williams
LutitiaA. Lovel
C. P. Stulivin
(Sullivant?)
Virginia A. Daughtry
Dec.
Dec.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Dec.
Apr. 12, 1859
Jun. 30, 1859
J. B. Martin, J.P.
Willie G. Davis, M.G.
Mary Wood
Rebecca J. Forbis
Lucinda 8mi th
Angeline Ingram
Rosannah Rider
Mary Baker
Elizabeth Thompson
Susan Kelly
Elvira M. C. Gordon
Mitta E.Collins
Elizabeth Duncan
Elizabeth Halford
E. K. Trulove
Martha Ellen Calhoun
Eleanor Jane Chambers
Almira Jane Hendrix
Nancy C. Hendrix
Nancy Kennedy
Mary A. E. Bishop
Mary May
Martha M. Curtis
Martha Comer
Nancy Mary Ann Ezell
May
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Dec.
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Dec.
Dec.
Jun.
Dec.
Dec.
Jun.
Nov.
May
Apr.
Dec.
Aug.
Sep.
Mar.
Dec.
Aug.
R. Hull, Min.Gospel
C. C. Vandiver, M.G.
Wm. W. Evans, J.P.
Joseph Wisdom, J.P.
Allen Stewart, J.P.
Allen Stewart, J.P.
C. J. Herrin, J.P.
License not called for.
J. N. Bradshaw, M.G.
J. H. Evans, J.P.
B. Williams, J.P.
W. C. Davis, J.P.
Sarah Mason
EliZa J. Powell
MaryA. Williams
Oct. 9,1839
E. L. Cook, Clergyman
Jun. 26. 1846
Hardy Clayton, J.P.
Feb. 1. 1859*
Durrett, W. R.
Earles, Nathan
Earles, Wm.
Earwood, Jesse
Eaton, James
Eaves, Duncan
Eaves, John
Eaves, Jonathan
Eaves, Jonathan M. C.
Edmiston, Elihu
Ellis, Robert A.
Ellison, Franklin
Ellison, John
Ellison, W. F.
Emerson, B. J.
Emerson, John S.
Escue, Samuel
Eskew, James
Estes, Henry N.
Estes, James D.
Ethridge, Thomas
Evans, Josiah G.
Ezell, Lemuel A.
Ezell, William
*Licenses issued.
Additions to above list:
Cook, Chas.
Crews. Zaohariah
Curtis. J. B.
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MolY
Aug.
Jan.
Dec.
Jul.
Dec.
Feb.
1852
1846
1843
1849
1841
1844
1855*
1852
6, 1851
31, 1851
28, 1841
15,
22,
31,
4,
18,
13,
2,
27,
19,
24,
21,
27,
2,
2.
17,
5,
1858
1857
1856
1851
1851
1859
1840
1844
1860
1843
26,
26,
27, 18if. 9
24, l8~)6
2, 1841
28, 1841
17,
22,
26,
6,
17,
29,
23,
23,
23,
24,
29,
30,
18,
17,
12,
29,
8,
6,
12,
10,
22,
25,
17,
1860
1860
1844
1851
1848
1847
1853
1850*
1850
1859
1848
1859
1854*
1858
1846
1845
1851
1849
1849
1840
1849
1851
1852
OFFICIANT
Leroy Pennington. M.G.
R. W. McWhirter, J.P.
David H. Davis, M.G.
A. R. Dickson, L.Elder
Allen Kilburn, J.P.
A. S. Alexander, J.P.
C. J. Herrin, J.P.
David H. Davis, M.G.
C. J. Herrin, J.P.
Thos. D. Harwell, Trav.
Deacon of M.E.Church
W. C. Davis, J.P.
C. H. Nicholson, J.P.
W. C. Blair, J.P.
Willie G. Richardson, J.P.
James M. Powell, J.P.
Jonas Crews, J.P.
J. C. Sparkman, M.G.
A. S. Alexander, J.P.
Stanford Clayton, M.G.
Joseph Miller, M.G.
T. G. Rosson, J.P.
Jacob H. Pennington, J.P.
W. A. Edmiston, J.P.
W. T. Jackson, J.P.
J. W. Pennington
F. H. Kennedy, J.P.
J. C. Sparkman, M.G.
Samuel McBride
Thos. A. Richardson, J.P.
F. H. Kennedy, J.P.
Isaac Reeder, M.G.
W. T. Jackson, J.P.
James M. Powell, J.P.
William Comer, J.P.
(To be continued)
-179EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS OF THE HOPKINS-RICHARDSON FAMILY OF
KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE WITH FAMILY NOTES
Contributed by Mrs. Hugh E. Webb, Memphis, Tenn.
HOPKINS FAMILY
DR. ARTHUR HOPKINS (1690-1766), a graduate of the School of Medicine and Surgery,
London, came to Virginia circa 1720 with Dr. William Cabell, and settled in
Goochland County, Virginia. His wife was ELIZABETH PETTUS, dau. of CAPT. THOMAS
PETTUS and wife DABNEY.
Children of DR. ARTHUR and ELIZABETH HOPKINS were: (1) J~; (2) SAMUEL, b.
circa 1625, m. ISABELLA TAYLOR (dau. of JOHN TAYLOR and wife CATHERINE PENDLETON
of Caroline County, Va.);he was Lt. Col. of the 10th Va. Reg. in Revolutionary
War and a General in War of 1812; (3) ARTHUR, m. JUDITH JEFFERSON; (4) WILLIAM
lived in Albemarle County, Va., m. ELIZABETH MOON; (5) JAMES bec~e a physician,
m. ANNE SPARKS MARTIN, was murdered in 1803; his widow m. GUY SMrr:.!!; (6) ELIZABETH,
b. circa 1728, m. JOHN SMITH SR.; (7) 1llQX, m. GEORGE ROBINSON; (8) ~' b.
1735, m. JOSEPH CABELL; (9) ISABELLA, m-l PEARTREE SMITH, m-2 J.Q§.EPH TamES;
(10) JANE, m. WILLIAM DAVIS; (11) FRANCES, m. JOHN DAVIS; (12) ~LIA. m.-E.
»AXTER PAVIS. Children (7) through (12) lived in Mecklenburg County, Va.
JOHN HOPKINS, son of DR. ARTHUR, was born 1726; his will was probated 1807. He
married MARY MARTIN circa 1760. During the Revolution, he served as a member of
the Committee of Safety, Goochland County, Va., in 1775, as Lt. Col. in 1777, as
Col. 1780-81.
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Children of JOHN and MARY MARTIN HOPKINS were: (1) ELIZABETH (BETSY) p. (PETTUS);
(2) HENRY; (3) GEORGE WASHINGTON, m. MARY FRENCH, and settled at Hickory Creek,
Warren County, Tenn.; (4) J~; (5) WILLIAM, m. MARY MASSIE; (6) JUDITH, m. -1VAUGHN, and settled in West Tenn.; (7) MARY, m. ROBERT M.FRENCH, and lived in
McMinnville, Tenn.; (8) ANN SPARKS, m. 'ROBERT HORSL!!; (9) JANE,m. CHARLES H.
RODES in 1785 in Goochland County, Va.; (10) THOMAS lived in Warren County, Tenn.;
(11) JOHN lived in Mississippi.
RICHARDSON-HOPKINS FAMILY
ELIZABETH (BETSY) p. HOPKINS, dau. of .J.Q!lli and MARY MARTIN HOPKINS, was born
in 1782 and died in 1846 in Gibson County, Tenn. She married SAMUEL RICHARDSON
on Feb. 19, 1801 in Goochland County, Va. The REV. CHARLES HOPKINS, Episcopal
minister, said the ceremony. SAMUEL RICHARDSON was born in Goochland County, Va.,
Aug. 23, 1777. He went to Rutherford County, Tenn., in 1808, and to Gibson
County in 1827, where he died May 24, 1854. He is buried near Gibson Station,
about ten miles from Trenton.
Children of SAMUEL and ELIZABETH HOPKINS RICHARDSON were: (1) THOMAS H.; (2) MARY,
m. B. H, HUBBARD; (3) REBECCA, m. I. B. BREWER; (4) ELIZABETH, m. BANKS M. BURROW;
(5) JOSEPH WYNN, married and has descendants living in Trenton; (6) ZACHERIAH
(ZOSH); (7) JAMES H.; (8) JOSHUA, and others whose names are unknown.
THOMAS a. RICHARDSON, son of SAMUEL and ELIZABETH HOPKINS RICHARDSON, was born
July 12, 1818, and died Jan. 18, 1874. He married MARIA LOUISA BRUCE circa 1839
in Brownsville, Tenn. She was the dau. of DR, WILLIAM C. BRUCE (son of ROBERT
~) and ELIZABETH ASHER (dau. of ~ and NANCY ASHER of Lauderdale County,
Alabama). MARIA was born June 26, 1825, and died April 9, 1881.
Children of THOMAS H. and MARIA BRUCE RICHARDSON were: (1) ELIZABETH ANN, b.
Sept. 27, 1840; d. Oct. 18, 1882; m. BAKER WOODRUFF CAMPBELL in 1857; (2) CLARISA
ASHER, b. March 6, 1842; m-l DR. JOHN A. PARKER of Lexington, Ky.; m-2 JOSEPH
DAVIS of Smithland, Ky.; (3) SAMUEL J., b. Feb. 19, 1848; (4) SUSAN ALICE, b.
-180Jan. 16, 1854; d. March 9, 1884;
m. BYRON DAVIS of Smithland,Ky.
To Thomas H. Richardson
Ballard County, Ky.
m.
C. H. RAY; (5) MARY ELLA, b. July 30, 1855;
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McMinnville, Tennessee, June 20, 1838.
Dear Thomas;
I have intended for some time to write you, but business etc., heretofore
prevented. I suppose I must begin with the most important thing first (namely)
this unfortunate, and much abused estate - some of the lands in this part of
the state, such as the titles were perfected, to have been divided tho I do not
know how many acres, as commissioners have the papers which they will retain until
Chancery Court •••••when another bill will be presented (1 suppose). I have been
told the portion of land that fell to your papa. This lies mostly in Cannon City
on the waters of Stone river. Thompson has done, nor is doing nothing towards
distributing the property, though his two years expired about the first of May.
He has advertised twenty-five of the negroes for aale the 12th of July, to pay
himself and the rogues who have helped him to steal - such as Ridley, March Banks
etc. Mason French was about selling the negroes for gold and silver to satisfy
the unjust debt that Thompson wished - but James thought it his duty to try and
stop such a sacrifice as that, and after great labour and difficulty had the
execution enjoined until Chancery Court •••••Uncle William Hopkins and Capt.
Horsley (who ought to have come post haste and one of them taken the administrate
as their right) have been urg~d for the past 18 months to come and see to their
estate but so far, all in vain ••••••• I have said enough about this miserably
managed business. I have lately heard that a relative of ours, Miss Mary L.
Horsley is to be married in Sept. Suppose you so arrange as to come here, and
we will go, where you will be met with open arms and heart, by an affectionate
Aunt and family. I have had a most pressing invitation from both •••will be a
glorious time and place ••••• to see some of the "gems" of old Virginia ••••• Present
me respectfully and affectionately to your ~, papa and Mr. H. (Hubbard) and
Cousin Mary and dear little Samuel •••• and all the boys, cousin James and wife etc.
I am respectfully your relative and friend
S/William H. Rodes
To Thomas H. Richardson
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McMinnville, 4th Feby. 1840
Dear Cousin;
I received your letter from Brownsville a few days ago. I had written your
Father to know if I could get some one of his sons to pay taxes •••••Below is a
table showing the taxes paid and receipted for since the death of Mr. Hopkins
and enclosed you will find a list of land to be given in the taxation in the name
of the persons to whom the same were assigned by the commissioners who partitioned
them among the heirs of Mr. Hopkins, on this sheet you will find the quantity and
situation of undivided lands to be listed in the names of the "Heirs of Thomas
Hopkins."
Years for which we hold receipts
Quantity of land
Counties
1836 and 1837
5000s 574, 500a
Obion
1836 and 1837
505 acres
Dyer
1836 and 1837
1700 acres
Lauderdale
1836 and 1837
1000 a 1080, 500
Shelby
1836 and 1837
500 a
Madison
1836 and 1837 on 4000 acres
4065 and 200
Weak..!.I
Perry
1836 and 1837
1351 a
1837
Fayette
50.0 a
Gibson
5831 a
1836-7-8
-181McNairy
Henderson
594
30
1836-37
1836-3'7
The undivided lands to be listed in the names of the "H elI'S of Thomas Hopkins"
for the present year are the following: 500 acres in Madison County, 500 acres
in Fayette county, and 594 in McNairy ••••••••• 1l0 acres our part of 274 acres on
Wolf River in Shelby county granted to Hopkins and Williams, also 13 acres near
Memphis (I have written Col. C. D. McLean to ask for taxation), 94 acres near Troy
in Obion conveyed by Wert Moon to the heirs of Thos. Hopkins. Mr. A. O. Lotten
(or Tollen?) located for us a warrant for 795 acres and one for 95 acres. The
95 a warrant located in Gibson County •••••••••
Your affectionate Cousin
S/James H. Rodes.
To Thos. H. Richardson
Ballard Co. Kentucky
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Tretltort, Tenn.
June 4, 1854
My dear Brother
Owing to my absence from town, I did not get yours of the 13th inst, until a
few days since. Two weeks ago, I was sent for to see our dear and venerable
father who was very ill. My wife and myself went out and remained with him until
he died, which was on the 24th day of May. He had been visiting in the neighborhood on Wed. and soon after his return in the~evening, he was taken with a violent
pain in his side from which he was never freed untU his death. He died the next
Wednesday, being sick but six days. Dr. Love artd Dr. Brewer were both called in
but neither seemed able to afford him any relief. Banks Burrow and Sam Hubbard
got there a day or two before he died. Our sisters, Mary and Elizabeth came a few
hours before he died, who, with myself were all of the children that were with him.
Rebecawas unable to go and James had just returned from Texas sick and did not see
him. The Physician thought his disease to be Pleuracy. He diE!'d as he lived, a
perfect and an upright man. He talked a great deal of angles and of heaven. He
said that death had no terror to him •••••• I send you by William Bruce the Banner,
containing a short obituary notice of our departed veteran father. I will write
you again more fully some additional particulars of his death. If I do not come
over, which I am very anxious to do, but I am so deeply afflicted with rheumatism
that its impossible for me to ride on horseback and to pay the extravigant charges
for buggy hire that is charged here. It will be better to buy a buggy which I
intend to do •••••• I am aware of the importance of investigating the unsettled
condition of Uncle Hopkins estate. A great deal of real estate has been sold by
Rodes, Thos. Hopkins and the French's, which they had no right to sell and which
they have never reported, a great many valuable tracts of land have been lost by
negligence on the part of the Rodes and others. All this information, I have
from Mr. Isbell, who was appointed by the Chancery Court at MCMinville to sell the
undivided lands of the estate about a year and a half ago. Write ••• to me. I shall
expect to hear from you by William Bruce. Mr. Bright is still teaching. I shall
go to housekeeping in a few weeks and if I can take Qoth the children (Elizabeth &
Clasisa) I will do so •••••• Give my love to the children and especially to Maria.
Encourage Zach all you can. You are the oldest~ ••• Pleas sends her love to you.
Your brother
S/Zosh Richardson
***
Obituary from the "Weekly Trenton Banner" - Trenton, Tennessee
May 30, 1854
DIED - In Gibson Co. on the 24th day of May, 1854, between the hours of seven and
eight o'clock P.M. Mr. Samuel Richardson.
The demise of such a man as Mr. Richardson, deserves more than a formal or
passing notice. In speaking of the character of this venerable man we may not
use the pompous show of words with which the! deeds of a warrior or a Statesman
-182are chronicled - yet) all that can be said in eulogism of the good man) the
benevolent •••••••••••••• can be truly said of him.
Mr. Richardson was born in Goochland county, Virginia, August 23rd, 1777 and
was consequently 76 years anq 9 months old at the time of his demise. At the age
of 24 he was united in marriage to Elizabeth P. Hopkins of Virginia. About the
year 1808 he removed to Tennessee and settled in Rutherfore county, where he
remained until 1827 when he removed to this county.
He professed religion soon after he came to Rutherford county and attached
himself to the Methodist Episcopal Church •••••••He was the father of 12 children 8 sons and 4 daughters, of whom are living 4 sons and 3 daughters.
In the year 1846 he lost his aged consort ••••••After the 1088 of his wife ••••
•••••••• he devoted himself exclusively to religion and God •••••••••••••••
Dr. John Parker
Newpor t, Ky.
Politeness of Mr. Wm.
***
New Orleans Feb. 1st/54
Rich~rdson
Dear Pa
I have written severa4 times to you, but not one time have I heard from you.
KnOWing well your dislike for letter-writing, and the pressing business you have
had for some time, I do not think it strange. But will certainly expect an
answer to this by return of mail. I have met with a great many old acquaintance
from Ky. also many old school-mates, among them Russ Butler, Merriweather, Daniel,
and George on their way to Texas. Russ is going out to dispose of his farm and
stock.. He offers a very good bargain. I reckon the reason of it his wife will
not go there to live.
r spent two or three weeks at Uncle James) having had a very pleasant time.
He and Aunt Mary came as far as Natchez with me. I was out at Mrsses. Elliotts
and Marshall's. They could give me no information of a good 10e;tIon, I mean
Uncle or Mr. Elliott, Mr. Marshall not being at home. Uncle James thinks the
neighborhood of his plantation not desirable at all.
While here waiting for a rise in Red River I met with Dick Curry. He says
he is acquainted with everyone in the neighborhood of Harrisonburgh where he
lives and practices law, insured me a good practice, and use all assistance and
influence, besides his house for a home without cost, until I get well established
in practice. That part of the country is rather new and the people rather common.
I.8m rather undecided as to this place or Natchitoches.
The chest of drawers and medicene and a new set of dental Instruments I wish
you would send to the Care of George Connelly, New OrLeans, who will send them to
me wherever I am. The list of articles I wish sent you will find in my last
letter.
When coming down from Port Gibson on the boat I caught a very bad cold and
being billious was confined to my bed for several days, am now most well but
troubled with a very painful corn, and an inverted nail on my big toe.
It being so warm here I had to get some lighter clothing, and my trip to
Port Gibson being rather expensive, besides all necessary expenses being so great,
I am nearly out of money and wish you would send 2 or 30U $ by the next mail being
under the necessity, for want of funds, of remaining here until I get a remission
from you. If it is not in your power to do so immediately, I will be compelled
to return to Kentucky.
Until r hear from you I will continue to spend my time profitably attending
the lectures and Hospital and remain
Your Affectionate Son
S/J. A. Parker
P.S. Having a bad pen and standing up besides makes my penmanship rather bad.
You will please answer this immediately as I wish to get into business
by spring which is the beginning of the sickly season.
***
-183Trenton, Tennessee
July 15th, 1867
Mr. Thomas H. Richardson
My dear Cousin: - I have received your letter dated May 20th mailed June 5th ••
•••• It was some time on the way and will now try to answer it ••••• I was truly
sorry to hear of the death of your son-in... law Dr. J. A. Parker, and trust that
time may heal his widow's bleeding heart ••••• As regards our Uncle s long unsettled
affairs, I hardly know what to say ••••• Jolly Island and a tract of land in your
State near Louisville are the most important. Spurlock thinks we stand avery
good chance to gain the "Jolly Island." •••••••• My wife joins me in love to you
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and yours
o ••••
I remaln your friend and relative
Stjohn H. Hopkins
PENSION APPLICATION OF ELIZABETH RENEAU,
WIDOW OF JOHN WARDEN OF TENN. AND OF CHRISTOPHER MYERS OF KY.
Abstracted by Mrs. McAlister, Elliott, St. Louis, Mo.
War of 1812, Old War Widow 12533, applied from Clinton County, Ky.; affidavits
of July 21, 1856, Sept. 10(7), 1856, aud August 21, 1858 of Elizabeth Myer.
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July 21, 1856. Affiant stated in Clinton County, Kentucky, Court that she is the
widow of Christopher Myers, deceased, and was formerly the widow of John Wardin,
deceased. She is presently a resident of Clinton County, and lives about 2 miles
from William Vann, presiding Judge of the Court, and is a woman of Good Character;
her name was formerly Elizabeth Reneau and that she married John Warden, now
deceased, on Jan. 17, 1811, in Carter County, Tennessee, by Samuel Watson, a
Methodist preacher; that said John Warden served for 3 months under Capt. Jesse
Cole and was again drafted and served under Capt. Solomon Hendricks, as she thinks
of the 4th Regiment Tennessee Militia in the War of 1812, under Col. Samuel Boles,
mustered into service at Knoxville, Tenn., marched to Hiwassa Garrison; there her
husba.n.d was taken sick and died; that she was left his widow with three children,
to wit: James V. Warden, Manervia Warden, and John Jackson Warden. She remained
a widow about 8 years, moved from Carter County, Tenn., to Cumberland County, Ky.,
not far from the Tennessee (line?), and was there married to Christopher Myers,
who was also a soldier in ~he War of 1812, by Squire Samuel Witson (Wilson?),
just across the line on the Tenn. side and about 6 miles from where affiant lived.
Mentions her sister-in-law Elizabeth Reno, who has a Bible in which is recorded
her marriage with Warden; brother-in-law Isaac Little lives about three miles
from Affiant and was also in the service; Christopher Myers died on July 18, 1856,
in Clinton COunty, Ky •• J. J. Wo~d and Jesse Wood file affidavits in support of
Mrs. Myers' affidavit.
Sept. 10(?), 1856. Elizabeth Myers, 65 years old, resides about two miles from
Albany, Ky., where she has resided for a great many years. William J. Dabney of
Albany is her agent.
August 21, 1858. Elizabeth Myer, 67 years of age, etc., that she makes this
affidavit for renewal of her pension and is still a widow.
ABSTRACT OF WILL OF JOHN RENO (RENEAU) OF CARTER CO., TENN.
Will is dated June 14, 1806, and names children: William Reno, Benjamin Reno,
daughter Sarah Rodgers, John Reno, daughter Mary Calvin, George Reno, Lewis Reno,
Francis Reno, Thomas Reno, daughter Margaret Vance, Charles Reno; Charles is
executor, and witenesses are John Dunlap, William Lacey, Samuel Tipton (husband
of his granddaughter Susannah Reno, dau. of Rev. William Reneau.)
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INDEX TO 1850 CENSUS OF MEMPHIS (SHELBY COUNTY), TENNESSEE
Transcribed from Hlcrofi1m by T. P. Hughes, Jr.
(Continued from last Quarter)
Early, James· 1
East, Thomas M•• 114
Ebberts, J •• 70
Echerman, 1m •• 92
Edgar, John T•• 68, 79
Edgar, WIn•• 63
Edgerly, John· 8
Edmond, John· 37
Edmonds,A. N. - 148
Edmondson, Jane - 27
Edwards, Thomas - 111
Edwards, W. L. - 151
Edwards, WIn. H. - 102
Egan, N. - 66
Elam, Elizabeth - 147
E1can, Julius • 136
Elliott, Mr •• 92
Elliott, Jas •• 83
Elliott, John· 33, 58
Elliott, William - 58
Ellis, J. E. - 99
Ellison, G. W. - 59
Ellison, James • 26
Emanuel, Benja. - 62
Emerson, Joseph - 111
Emmons, E. S•• 109
Engley, Wm. N•• 71
English, Chs •• 59
English, Leah - 122
English, Margaret· 153
English, Pat •• 117
English, Wm. - 112
Eno, Amanda O. • 87
Enos, Cath •• 76
Erwin, Renry • 18
ErWin, John - 42
Isom, Jon • 60
Espy, Win•• 41
Etheredge, G. T. - 46
Etly, J. H. - 87
Eugene, Peter· 114
Evans, C. C•• 70
Evans, E. L•• 111
Evans, H. C•• 16
Evans, John· 59
Evans, Owen - 1
Evans, Thomas R. - 89
Evans, W. J. - 69
Everson, A. B. - 57
Everson, John • 93
Everson, Wal ter • 57
Eysick, Geo •• 60
Faba, Ned • 33
Fain, John - 151
Fairfield, Mr. - 151
Fallace, WIn •• 114
Falls, Gilbriath - 119
Falwell, Jas:-· 83
Falwell, Samuel· 74
Falwell, Wm. A•• 68
Fallwood, Wm. - 104
Fanall, Mary· 22
Fans, Davy· 100
Farnsworth, Henry F•• 87
Farrell, John - 51
Farrington, J. F. - 101
Farrington, John C. - 55
Farrington, M. J. - 98
Farrington, WIn. M.
Farris, Wm. - 123
Fassett, John - 49
Fauber, Barbara - 66
Faulkner, F. M. E. - 112
Fayle, Wm •• 68
Feelon, Isaac • 39
Feely, Michael • 5
Felton, H. F. - 71
Fendler, Frank - 2
Fenton, John - 136
Ferguson, Henry - 36
Ferguson, A. M. - 144
Ferguson, Arch. -"66
Ferguson, E1iz •• 103
Ferguson, Jas. B. - III
Ferguson, Joseph - 125
Fields. Mr •• 65
Fiex, Chas •• 67
Fi1den, Mary - 150
Finesse, Pat· 33
Fink, D. M. - 103
Finley, Geo. W. - 91
Finley, John· 47
Finnie, J. G•• 143
Finny, Kitty - 137
Firth, F. B•• 65
Firth, P. - 35
Fi~her, Edward· 135
Fisher, Geo. W. - 94
Fisher, Thomas A•• 84
Fitzgerald, Henry - 45
Fitzgerald, Sarah - 45
Fitzpatrick, John - 6
Flaherty, Geo •• 95
Flaherty, wm. - 17
Flanegan, Tim • 10
Flanigan, Martin - 5
Flanner, Rebecca - 29
Flavio, P. - 72
Fleming, Anderson· 62
Fleming, C. B•• 108
Fleming, S. A. - 74
Flemming, Nancy • 4
Flemmings, Emily - 27
Flemmings, Lem - 39
Fleshardt, Elizabeth • 144
Fletcher, J. M. - 113
Fletcher, Robert - 141
Fletcher, Susan - 9
Fling, John - 133
Flinn, Rebecca - 52
Florian, E. A•• 108
Flynn, Patrick - 14
Fogarty, Daniel - 14
Fogerty, Mary - 72
Fogg, Mr. - 34
Foley, Daniel - 30
Folger. T. B. - 77
Foot, Chas. H•• 129
Foot, Matilda • 129
Forbes, Martha· 85
Forbus, A. F. - 153
Ford, Thomas - 118
Ford, W. G. - 71
Fordemark, S. - 1
Foster, Mr. - 14
Foster, Thomas J. - 73
Foster, ~ •• 65
Foulk, George - 20
Foulkes, Jeptha - 20
Fowler, John W•• 97
Fowlkes, L. P•• 55
Fowlks, Sterling· 64
Fox, Daniel - 10
Fox, Henry· 16
Fox, John - 19
Fmc, Julia • 17
Foy, J. A. - 108
Fraime, P. P•• 105
Franciala, Felice - 64
Franciala, J. - 62
Francoila, Stephen· 59
Francoile, Job • 59
Frayser, John R. - 96
Frayser, Robert - 97
Frederic, Chas. - 44
Freeman, Ann • 77
Freeman, Z. - 68
Freirson, M. B. - 29
Frey, Chris.- 67
Frick, Henry - 109
Frierson, D. B. - 67
Frierson, G. - 69
Frifagh, George - 8
Frith, John A. - 98
Fritz, George - 29
Fritz, Wm. - 19
Fuqua, Clem· 145
Furlong, William - 20
Gadsden, Thomas A. - 91
Gage, Thomas • 99
Gaines, wm. W•• 133
Gains, Ann - 67
Gains, P. G•• 55
Gair, Isaac - 137
Gairy, Thomas - 22
Gairy, Wm. - 10
Gale, Tom - 97
Gal tman , Isaac· 109
Galtman, Jacob - 109
Gandolfo, G. - 111
Gardner, Robert· 20
Gardner, Wm. - 102
Garnon, James - 35
Garrison, Jas. R. - 71
Garrett, Dr. - 109
Garrett, Benj. G. - 8
Garrett, Henrietta • 125
Garvin, Biddy - 19
Garrison, John A. - 66
Garrison, Sophia - 40
Garvin, Philip - 30
Gaskey, Char10tta • 39
Gay, Alfred - 132
Gayer. C. W. - 77
Gayer, Wm. - 81
Gayle, Peter S•• 99
Gaze, A. H. - 74
Gennett, Janis· 92
George, Mr •• 109
George, Mrs •• 103
Getman, Mary - 69
Gholson, Thomas - 88
Gibbs, A. F. - 88
Gibbs, Elizabeth· 136
Gibson, A. D•• 33
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Gibson, Isaac Y. - 74
Gibson, L. B. - 67
Gibson, N. - 41
Gibson, Napolean - 134
Gift, Robert - 26
Gift, Volney - 130
Giles, Robert - 92, 132
Gill, Ann A. - 93
Gill, George M. - 71
Gill, Netty - 45
Gillis, Angus - 23
Gillis, John - 137
Gillorn, James - 21
Gilman, Jas. - 112
Gilmour, Wm. D. - 63
Gimmer, John - III
Ginan, John - 31
Ginnings, Samuel - 37
Glancy, Martin - 5
Glass, James - 3
Glidden, J. H. - 68
Glidwell, John - 87
Glincamp, Mr. - 57
Glindkamp, Wade - 124
Gniger, Martin - 93
Godsay, Emmons - 34
Gooch, Wm. C. - 54
Goodlett, Job H. - 57
Goodman, Geo. E. - 83
Goodman, Martha - 67
Goodwin, W. A. - 95
Gookins, Jane - 26
Gordall, John D. - 68
Gorman, Dennis - 31
Gorman, John - 37
Gorman, Patrick - 16, 31
Gossitt, Rachel - 77
Gotard, Fred - 77
Gotz, Christian - 89
Grave, Eliz. - 8
Grace, Jertia - 70
Grace, Thomas - 74
Grade, Robert - 53
Grady, Denruis - 3
Grady, Mary - 50
Graham, Barnet - 97
Graham, James - 25
Graham, Jas. S. - 116
Graham, John - 116
Graham, Mary - 116
Graham, Thomas - 97
Gralter, Jones - 17
Granger, Geo. - 95
Granger, George - 81
Grant, G. R. - 54
Grantman, Henry - 139
Graves, John - 41
Graves, L. C. - 92
Gray, Geo. W. - 81
Gray, Hester - 37
Gray, John H. - 142
Gray,. Ned - 50
Gray, Richd - 144
Gray, Thomas - 43
Gray, Wm. - 92
Green, Ellen - 32, 153
Green, Geo. W. - 143
Green, John - 33, 151
Green, Lev. - 87
Green, Paul - 133
Green, Sarah - 39
Greene, L. S. - 96
Greenlaw, W. B. - 154
Grice, Allice - 25
Gridley, M. - 73
Griffen, Dennis - 12
Griffen, John - 22
Griffen, Michael - 12
Griffen, Pat ~ 33
Griffen, Patrick - 14, 32
Griffin, Elizabeth - 147
Griffin, Geo. - 120
Griffin, J. C. - 71
Griffin, Jas. B. - 66
Griffith, Hiram - 121
Grim, Charles - 25
Gritt, John - 109
Grosvenor, N. M. - 47
Gruber, Jacob - 123
Grursk, Conrad - 36
Gryant, Elizabeth - 18
Gryant, George - 19
Guff, Jas. D. - 83
Guilfay, Mr. - 78
Guion, H. S. - 78
Gullet, Edmond - 85
Gunnon, Ed. - 35
Hackney, Jas. - 131
Hadaway, Eliza - 76
Hadaway, Jacob - 76
Hagerty, John - 108
Hale, Wm. F. - 83
Haley, Elizabeth - 93
Baley, Mich - 46
Haley, Wli - 50
Halk, Isaac - 104
Hall, Franklin M. - 94
Hall, Unice - 38
Hall, William - 34
Halstead, Jackson - 128
HamneT, Const. - 79
Hancock, Mary J. - 70
Hand, Benja. - 57
Hand, Eman - 57
Handworker, Bon - 75
Haney, Jas. H.' - 104
Hanigan, Thomas - 35
Rannah, Robert - 77
Hannon, J. R. - 74
Hansil,
- 14
Hapton, Abn;r - 141
Harbin, Geo. C. - 107
Hardin, Edith - 123
Hardin, Martha - 136
Harper, Cha. - 62
Harper, L. B. - 55
Harrell, Henry R. - 150
Harrell, Joseph - 8.2
Harris, A. O. - 80
Harris, Harriet - 74
Harris, Isaac W. - 83
Harris, Jessie - 71
Harris, Lucinda - 67
Harris, West - 80
Harrison, Jeptha - 61
Harrison, M. Judd - 146
Harrison, Pheoby - 42
Harrison, Rachal - 2
Hart, John - 34
Hart, Rodah - 95
Hart, Wm. - 35
Hartlege, Fred - 35
Hartwig, Henry - 59
Harver, G. W. - 88
Harvey,.Eliza - 69
Harvey, J. - 81
Haskins, Polly - 112
Hastings, Robert - 152
Hatch, Mary E. - 87
Hatch, Paret W. - 83
Hatch, Susan C. - 87
Hatcher, Julia - 1
Hathaway, John - 109
Haver, Sarah O. - 53
Haward, Wardlow - 131
Hawkins, Ransom - 19
Hawkins, Sarah - 142
Hawkins, T. Y. - 77
Hawks, Math. - 83
Hawley, Alfred - 115
Hawthorn, John W. - 98
Hawthorne, Agnes - 105
Hay, Preston - 57
Haydon, William - 58
Hays, Lydia - 149
Hazel, John - 52
Hearn, Pat - 46
Heath, J. P. - 62
Heidle, Chas. - 49
Heistan, A. B. - 1
Heistan, Jane B. - 76
Heiston, John - 76
HenacFe, John - 7
Henket, A. D. - 66
Henkle, E. S. - 69
Henkle, J. N. - 66
Henkle, Maria - 78
Henne'ssee, Mary - 15
Hennessis, Ed. - 32
Hennessy, Jno. - 11
Henderson, Allen - 43
Henderson, Anderson - 95
Henderson, Andrew - 66
Henderson, Littleton - 18
Henderson, S. J. - 42
Henry, Amanda - 120
Henry, John - 107
Henry, Mary - 16
Henseley, Brad. - 63
Herbers, John - 21
Herbert, Geo. - 75
Herndon, Wm. R. - 100
Herron, A. R. - 91
Hester, John B. - 154
Hewitt, Ez. - 102
HeWitt, Mich&el - 127
Hickey, Demsey
Hickman, Edward - 87
Hickman, J. H. - 72
Hicks, Frank - 102
Higgins, Elizabeth - 17
Higgins, I. - 7
Higgins, Tim - 5
Higgins, Wesley - 7
Hightower, Daniel - 10
Hilfer, Antoni - 141
Hill, Ann - 77
Hill, Bird - 63
Hill, Hanna - 48
Hill, J. M. - 19
Hill, James L. - 154
Hill, John - 20
Hill, John B. - 92
Hill, John C. - 151
Hill, Julia - 4
Hill, Montgomery - 13
Hill, Wm. - 2, 44, 86
Hillman, Lewis - 7
-186Hills, H. T•• 155
Hills, Thomas E. - 23
Hillsmans, William - 39
Hines, Ambrose - 100
Hines, Dines - 17
Hines, Hannah - 12
Hines, Peter - 11
Hipple, Isaac - 40
Hirsch, Samuel - 63
Hirsh, Aaron - 63
Hita, Lorinzo de - 69
Hittacre, Dicy • 74
Hobbs, John R•• 88
Hogler, Albert· 8
Hogrife, Aug •• 107
Holcomb, Nevit • 146
Holden, Louisa - 9
Holder, Henry - 117
Holly, Henry - 102
Holmes, Eliza - 57
Holmes, Esberenah - 13
Holmes, Wm. - 115
Holst, C. K. - 113
Holster, John - 23
Holt, N. B. - 50
Hoofman, Amelia - 68
Hope, Mary - 50
Hopton, John - 125
Horah, H. - 66
Horsley, R. M. - 104
Hotoway, Emilner - 113
Houghton, H. N. - 120
Houston, Wm. - 134
Howard, James M. - 70
Howard, Romanzo - 128
Howard, Thomas - 107
Howcott, N. - 51
Hudson, Hall - 83
Hudson, Henry - 6
Hueur, Fred - 35
Huff, Alex - 120, 147
Huffman, John - 89
Hufman, Christian - 27
Hufman, Henrietta - 62
Hufscutz1er, Emily - 61
Hughes, James - 17
Hulbert, M. T. - 52
Hulbert, Nat. - 51
Hull, John E. - 82
Hull, L. H. - 88
Hu1 ton, Mary • 34
Hume, G. B. - 146
Humphreys, Geo. - 7
Humphreys, Parry W. - 61
Hundley, Thomas W. - 135
Hunt, Anthony· 35
Hunt, Harriett - 100
Hunt, Marg. - 100
Hunt, T. W. - 97
Runt, William H. - 80
Hurley, Daniel - 15
Hustan, Peter - 75
Hutchens, Ross - 63
Hutchison, John - 122
Hutton, Samuel - 122
Hyatt, Mary - 76
Hyde, John - 38
Hyer, Wm. - 67
Iddins, Paris - 70
Imes, William - 40
Ind, Francis - 14
Ingle, James - 136
Ingling, Frank - 109
Irvin, George - 13
Irvin, J. F. - 102
Irvin, T. W. - 98
Ishmal, Henry - 26
Ives, John - 146
Jack, Wm. - 107
Jackson, E•• 92
Jackson, Eliza - 28, 77
Jackson, Martha - 143
Jackson, Mary - 16
Jackson, William - 143
Jacobs, H. - 124
James, Geo. - 72
James, Joshua - 148
James, Joshu F. - 72
James, Matilda - 139
James, Thomas Sr. - 8
James, Thomas Jr. - 8
Jameson, C. R. - 98
Jamieson, W. E. - 103
Jamison, John B. - 68
Jarnigan, Spencer - 132
Jean, John - 62
Jeannin, A. - 88
Jeggetts, F. W. - 100
Jenkins, Eliza - 49
Jenkins, Geo. - 76
Jenkins. Green P. - 72
Jenkins, Jas. - 104
Jenkins, Mary - 49
Jennings, Robert - 25
Jenny, J. J. - 144
Jerry, Martha - 42
Jeter, Corneilus - 12
Jewell, Absalam - 149
Jewett, Sarah - 135
Jight, Samuel - 10
John, Little - 19
Johnson, Mr. - 55
Johnson, Ann - 139
Johnson, Benj. W. - 143
Johnson, Cyrus - 37
Johnson, David T. - 91
Johnson, G.D. - 42
Johnson, Henry - 4
Johnson, J. F. - 146
Johnson, James - 6
Johnson, Jo. - 88
Johnson, John - 81
Johnson, Martha - 123
Johnson, Mary - 37
Johnson, William - 38
Johnston, Samuel B. - 148
Joiner, Anna - 37
Joiner, Rufus - 94
Jones, Agnes - 13
Jones, Daniel - 84
Jones, Edward - 12
Jones, Geo. F. - 119
Jones, Geo. W. - 73
Jones, Isaac - 147
Jones, Jas. C. - 47
Jones, John - 41
Jones, Joseph - 76
Jones, M. - 128
Jones, O. C. - 147
Jones, Panama - 141
Jones, Riley - 102
Jones, S. R. - 109
Jones, Shad. - 100
Jones, Wm. - 70
Jones, Wm. A. - 67
Jones, Wm. M. - 104
Kaerper, Fred - 72
Kaltmann, E•• 55
Kaner, Mr. - 89
Karr, Andrew H. - 80
Karr, J. M. S. - 66
Kattman, Henry - 126
Kauffman, D. - 98
Kay, R. L. - 67
Kay, Robert N. - 34
Kearney, Jno. - 22
Keaton, Cath. - 5
Keeling, David H. - 71
Keeling, Edward A. - 96
Keever, Mary - 133
Keho, John - 16
Keif, O•• 35
Keisacker, Fisher T. Keller, Jos. - 107
Kelly, Daniel - 22
Kelly, Michael - 14
Kelton, Jenks - 20
Kemberly, Jas. - 103
Kennedy, Jacob L. - 107
Kennedy, James - 22
Kennedy, John· 23
Kennedy, Mary • 9, 112
Kennedy" Pat· 44
Kenrledy, . Thomas - 102
Kennet, Mrs. - 20
Kennet, F. G•• 20
Kerns, Patrick - 7
Keroth, Stephen - 137
Kidd, Wm •• 117
Kierolf, As. ·'65
Kimble, James· 97
Kimble, John - 38
Kinchelow, Wing W•• 86
Kindel, Julia - 132
King, Charles • 43
King, David - 74
King, John - 69, 141
Kingston, Jas. - 85
Kingwe11, John - 91
Kinner, Jas. - 103
Kirby, Dennis - 115
Kirk, John - 71
Kirk, Thomas - 51
Kirtland, Henry • 77
Kirtland, J. B•• 130
Kirtley, Frank - 120
Kirwan, J. W. - 41
Kiser, Jo. P•• 1
Kitchet, John - 3
Kittson, Andy - 8
Klinck, J. G•• 48
Knapp, A. G. - 1
Knapp, Elizabeth - 2
Knapp, Nancy -10
Knight, Richd - 120
Knox, Robert - 83
Knox, WIll •• 107
Kraff, L. - 36
Krafft, James - 23
Krafft, John H•• 84
Kroger, John H. - 127
Kroh, H. T. - 87
Krumer, Mary • 141
Kusack, Edward - 60
Labender, Loice - 113
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Labon, Sarah - 100
Lackett, Jas. M. - 123
Ladd, Wm. - 104
Laird, Luther - 101
Lamb, A. H. - 77
Lamb, James - 88
Lamberson, Thomas - 100
Lampheir, William - 23
Lambert, Litus - 30
Lamphier, Anna - 23
Lamphier, E. L. - 51
Lamphier, J. S. - 64
Lamphier, John - 50
Lamphier, Thomas - 50
Lancet, Bridget - 14
Land, Paul - 140
Land, Philip - 9
Land, Wm. T. - 8
Lane, D. J. - 125
Lane, Ezra C. - 6
Lane, John T. - 6
Lane, Fletcher - 107
Lane, Pat - 141
Lane, Sampson - 126
Langston, Robert - 25
Lanier, J. C. - 55
Lanisque, C. - 141
Lapsley, Robert - 67
Lapsley, Samuel - 67
Larimer, John - 50
Larkin, Michael - 32
Larkin, John - 32
Latham, F. S. - 118
Latham, Geo. - 106
Latham, Hardy - 37
Latham, Henry J. - 84
Lather, Cath - 37
Lathrop, Mr. - 20
Lauderdale, Jas. F. - 137
Laugh tin , Hiram O. - 34
Lavellette, Albert - 96
Law, George - 81
Law, Sarah - 114
Lawless, John - 140
Lawson, Smith - 103
Lawton, John - 13
Lawrence, Davy - 121
Addition:
J. B. Hicks- 82
Lawrence, Eliza - 95
Lawrence, Maria - 28
Lawrence, N. S. - 71
Lay, John - 59
Leach, Gid. - 43
Leach, Thomas - 107
Leaf, Frank -'62
Lear, Chas. - 111
Leary, Daniel - 5
Leavitt, Jas. S. - 138
Lecoq, John - 105
Lectire, Felix - 103
Lecture, Jude - 88
Ledbetter, Mr. - 106, 1!!
Lee, Sarah - 123
Lee, Thomas - 101
Lehman, J. A. - 65
Leinhardt, Chas. - 90
Leive1len, P. A. - 29
Lemon, H. T. - 82
Lenow, James - 39
Leonard, Fayette - 120
Leonard, John - 7
Leonard, Thomas - 149
Leone, Chas. - 68
Leroy, Fenton - 93
Lesehes, A. P. - 51
Leverett, Thomas F. - 85
Leverett, William - 59
Levi, Emanuel - 51
Levi, N. - 60
Levy, A. S. - 84
Levy, M. A. - 84
Lewelling, S. W. - 144
Lewis, Fred - 59
Lewis, Geo. G. - 98
Lewis, Martba - 130
Lewis, Mary - 47
Lewis, Robert - 88
Lewis, Spinan - 151
Lewis, W. P. - 140
Liles, John - 32
Lincb, Matin - 111
Linch, Mary - 37
Linch, Sarah - 40
Lincb, Walter - 35
Linck, James - 38
Linde, Albert - 73
Line, Fred - 63
Linebardt, Frits - 89
Linhbauer, Jacob - 117
Linhbauer, Jobn - 91
Liston, Edward
Liston, Michael - 31
Little, Eliza - 108
Little, wm. - 13
Littlefield, Mary Ann - 94
Locke, G. B. - 97
Lockett, A. L. - 90
Lockett, Frank
LodWick, Drady - 27
Lofland, William - 18
Loftin, Catb. - 119
Logan, Ann - 50
Long, Michael - 21
Long, R. N. - 43
Lonsdale, E. W. - 49
Looney, David - 90
Lortell, Benja. - 38
Loughlin, John - 5
Lounds, J. H. A. - 57
Love, wm. D. - 62
Loving, John - 116
Lowder, wm. - 103
Lowary, Jack - 37
Luby, William - 35
Lucas, Nath - 8
Lucas, wm. D. - 99
L'Jchey, Michael - 7
Luckey, James - 6
Luddy, James - 25
Lumpkin, J. W. - 121
Lune, William - 35
Luster, Frances A. - 92
Lutes, Jacob - 76
Lyde, O. N. - 48
Lyle, St. Anna - 7
Lyles, Susan E. - 7
Lyncb, Edward - 153
Lynch, Michael .. 6
Lyone, L. H. - 64
Lyons, El10n - 31
Lyons, John - 12, 15
Lyons, Ruth - 115
(To be continued)
ISBjn.L CEMETERY, FAYETTE COUNTY, TENN.
Contributed by Krs. Helen BoWling MCKnigbt, Huntsville, Ala.
The cemetery is located behind the Stone Cemetery, north of Rossville, Tennessee.
Headstones were copied by Mrs. McKnight and her mother, Mrs. Nellie Stone Bowling.
ROSCOE C. H.
Son of
N. H. & Eliza
Born Jan. 17,
Died June 20,
Aged 3 yrs. 4
NICHOLAS H. ISBELL
Son of
Born Feb. 25, 1809
N. H. & E. J. ISBELL
Died July 17, 1879
Born Mar. 24, 1817(7) (18477)
Died Sept. 1, 1875
Aged 28 yrs. 5 ms. & 8 ds.
ADLIA O.
J. ISBELL
1849
1852
ms. 3 ds.
ELIZA J.
Wife of Nicholas H. ISBELL
Born Jan. 20, 1813
Died Jan. 28, 1889
LOUISA V.
wife of
J. M. Warr
Born April 8th 1844
Died Oct. 30, 1865
JOSEPH R. WARR (or J.M.7)
Born Feb. 2nd 1837
Died May 30, 1862
MARTHA R.
Wife of W. S. WARR
Born Nov. 28, 1850
Died Feb. 11, 1873
W. SCOTT WARR
MURDERED Oct. 10, 1883
Born Aug. 31, 1848
LIm.E MARTHA & JAMES
ISBELL
Infant children of
S. & M.
will
.. 188TENNESSEE MARRIAGES REPORTED IN THE
MEMPHIS, ARKANSAS AND QUACHITA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE -- 1853-1861
Abstracted by James Logan Morgan
Arkansas Records Association, Newport, Arkansas
ANGLEMYRES, Isaac, to Miss A. E., daughter of Levi LOWRANCE, formerly of Memphis,
Apr. 28, 1859, at the Gayoso by Rev. Samuel Watson.(5-5-1859)
BAUGH, John V., of Memphis, to Miss Anna M. HARGROVE, of Brownsville, Oct. 20,
1858, by Rev. A. H. Thomas ~t Fortune House, Brownsville, Tenn. (11-4-1858)
BOLTON, John, to Miss Parthenia ROBINSON, both of Hardin Co., Tenn., Apr. 24,
1859, near White Sulphur Springs, by D. A. Roberts. (5-5-1859)
CASEY, T. B., of Madison Co., Tenn., to Miss E. R. BENSON, of Mason's Grove,
Tenn., Oct. 13, 1858, by Rev. E. Jacksqn. (10-28-1858)
CLAXTON, Dr. James R., to Miss Marietta BRADEN, both of Fayette Co., Tenn., Apr.
13, 1859, "at Esq. Braden's," near Concordia, Fayette Co., by Rev. A. Davis
(5-26-1859)
COE, Col. Jesse, of Florida, to Miss Alice E. COE, Feb. 16, 1859, at residence
of the bride's mother near Memphis, by Rev. Mr. Thomas. (2-24-1859)
COLLIER, Mr. ---, to Miss Sallie ELLIOTT, in Memphis, by Rev. J. W. Knott.
(2-24-1859)
CUNNINGHAM, Dr. R. B., to Miss Emily J. YOUNG, Feb. 3, 1859, Henderson Co., Tenn.,
by Rev. Jas. W. Kirk. (2-24-1859)
DYER, Mat. B., to Miss Duana E. SMITH, both of Fayette Co., Tenn., Apr. 8, 1859,
at residence of bride's father by Rev. J. S. Pickens. (5-5-1859)
GLOVER, Samuel, of Arkansas, to Miss Miriam ANDERSON, of Madison Co., Tenn.,
Sept. 9, 1858, by Rev. E. Jackson. (10-28-1858)
HARRISON, N. F., to Miss Eliza J. NUBYj reported with L. PAINE to Miss Hannah A.
NUBY.
HOLLAND, Dr. J. C., of the firm of Locke and Holland, to Mrs. S. A. Humphries,
Oct. 22, 1858, at residence of Mrs. Humphries, Market Street, by Rev. J. W.
Knott. (10-28~1858)
INGRAM, J. B., to Miss Caroline J., second daughter of the late Malcolm McPHERSON,
of the Memphis Conference, Mar. 26, 1859, at residence of Wm. Wall. (4-27-1859)
ISBEL, L. M., to Miss Henrietta GOSS, reported with W. V. ROBERTS to Miss Elizabeth
PALMER.
JONES, Dr. Wm. F., of Cotton Grove, Tenn., to Miss Eliza A. RICKETTS, of Madison
Co., Tenn., Sept. 15, 1858, by Rev. E. Jackson. (10-28-1858)
McDANIEL, William, to Mrs. Mary A. GILKEY, Oct. 29, 1856, by Rev. J. H. Brooks.
(11-13-1856)
MILLER, W. N., of Fayette Co., Tenn., to Miss L. A. WHITMORE, of Shelby, Feb. 8,
1859, at residence of C. H. Whitmore, 4 miles from Memphis, by Rev. J. W.
Knott. (2-24-1859)
PAINE, L., to Miss Hannah A. NUBY, and N. F. HARRISON to Miss Eliza J. NUBY, all
of Shelby Co., Feb. 16, 1859, at residence of Moses Nuby, by Rev. R. R. Evans.
(2-24-1859)
ROBERTS, W. V., to Miss Elizabeth PALMER, and L. M. ISBEL to Miss Henrietta GOSS,
Jan. 15, 1859, at residence of H. L. Palmer, Shelby Co., Tenn., by Rev. W. B.
Owen. (2-24-1859)
SIKES, Henry 0., to Miss Nancy COOPER, both of Hardeman Co., Tenn., July 4, 1861,
by Rev. Thomas Taylor. (7-11-1861)
TAYLOR, W. A., to Miss T. V. COLLINS, both of Madison Co., Tenn., July 29, 1858,
by Rev. E. Jackson. (10-28-1858)
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-189JOHN RENSHAW BIBLE
Contributed by Grace Parke Renshaw (Mrs. A. N.), Memphis, Tenn.
PHILADELPHIA
H. C. Carey & I. Lea -- Chestnut Street
1822
FAMILY RECORD
Marriages
John Renshaw was born on February the 6th 1809 and was married
August the 14th 1827
Martha Renshaw was born October the 12th 1808
Jane Eme1y Renshaw was born May the 7th 1828
Ann M Renshaw was born March 10th 1834
John Renshaw Snr. and Esther Renshaw was married May the 24th 1842
Lafayette Hart Snr. and Rebeckah Renshaw was married Dec. the 29th 1859
Jarrett S. Renshaw and Susan E. Smith were married Oct. 12th 1871
Jarrett S. Renshaw and Belle Nee1yLwere married Nov. 9th 1887
(
Births
John Renshaw was born August the 16th 1785
John Renshaw Jun was born in the year of our Lord February the 6th 1809
Rebeckah Miram Renshaw Daughter of John and Esther Renshaw was born
March 14th 1843
Jarret Smith Renshaw was born May the 23d 1848
Richard Neely was born the 13th of January 1802
Esther Renshaw was born April the 15th 1805
Mary Walker Hart was born May 12th 1861 Daughter of R. M. Hart
Anderson Caldwell Renshaw son of John and Esther Renshaw was born May 2nd
1845
Elisabeth Brawley was born the 7th of December 1820
James S. Brawley was bora October 1th 1822
Rebecca Caroline was born December 11 tb . ~.825
Deaths
Anderson Caldwell Renshaw Son of John and Easter Renshaw died October 30th
1863
Rebecca Miram Hart, Daughter of John Renshaw and Easter his wife died
March 24 th 1864
Revd John Renshaw departed this life on the 25th day of September 1864
in the 80th year of his age
Esther Renshaw departed this life on the 1st day of October 1864 in the
57th year of her age
Rebekah Renshaw departed this life January the 25th 1841
Martha Renshaw departed this life the 5th of September 1829
Ann M. Renshaw departed this life May 26th 1834
Note from Contributor: The Renshaw family was in Maryland by 1632. Part of the
family migrated to North Carolina, where John Sr. was born (in Rowan County) in
1785. John Renshaw and his descendants have lived in Henderson, Madison, Shelby,
and neighboring counties since 1827.
lSee the THOMAS JEFFERSON NEELY FAMILY BIBLE, page 190.
-190THOMAS JEFFERSON NEELY FAMILY BIBLE
Contributed by Grace Parke Renshaw (Mrs. Anderson Neely)~
The family record was copied in 1940 by the late Paul Renshaw, stepson of Belle
Neely Renshaw.
Eleanor Phillips, born Feb. 10 1782.
James Neely, Apr. 27, 1797
Married to
Thomas Jefferson Neely, son of James and Eleanor Neely, born Dec. 23, 1803. to
Sarah Richard Putney, born Apr. 26, 1812.
Dr. Richard James, son of T. J. and S. R. Neely, born Aug. 14, 1829
Allie Murphy Collins, born Feb. 13, 1804
Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of T. J. and A. M. Neely, born Nov.'15, 1831
Thos. Jonathan Burford, son of T. J. and A. M. Neely, born Mar. 10, 1833
Eleanor Griffin, dau. of T. J. and A. M. Neely, born Apr. 8, 1836
Allie Murphy Collins, dau. of T. J. and A. M. Neely, born Apr. 8, 1839
Charity Springfield, born Apr. 13, 1818 2
Philip Joseph, son of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Mar. 11, 1841
Susan Ann Mary, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Nov. 23, 1842
Temperance Alice, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Feb. 19, 1844
Jefferson Andrew Soule, son of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Aug~ 18, 1846
Robert Blount, son of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Aug. 18, 1846 (twins)
Dr. William Summerfield, son of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Oct. 2, 1849
Lettitia Catherine, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born May 10, 1851
Franklin Boswell, son of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Oct. 11, 1852
Fannie Taylor, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Aug. 25, 1854
Amanda Belle, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born Feb. 21, 1856
Jennie Helen, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born May 9, 1858
Terressa Polk, dau. of T. J. and Charity Neely, born July 25, 1859
Frederick Cross, son of T. J. and Charity Neely, born May 29, 1861
Marriages
Thos. J. Neely and Sarah R. Putney, married October 23, 1828
Thos. J. Neely and Allie M. Collins, married Jan. 27, 1831
Thos. J. Neely and Charity Springfield, married Jan. 30, 1840
Deaths
Sarah R., wife of T. J. Neely, died July 27, 1830
Richard James, son of T. J. and S. Ro Neely, died in Civil War
Allie M., wife of T. J. Neely, died Apr. 8, 18390 Her funeral was preached by
Rev. Benj. Watson from Zech. 9:11, 12
Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of To J. and Ao Mo Neely, died Aug. 1, 1832
Eleanor Griffin, dau o of To J. and Ao Mo Neely, died Apr. 17, 1838
Allie Murphy Collins died June 23, 1839
Robert Blount, son of To J. and Charity Neely, died June 18, 1848
William Summerfield, son of To J. and Charity Neely, died Dec. 21, 1878
Fannie Taylor, dau. of To J. and Charity Neely, died Oct. 9, 1855
Terressa Polk, dau. of T. Jo and Charity Neely, died Aug. 8, 1859
lCORRECTION: Page 131, July-September, 1973, issue (Vol. 20, No.3): Mrs. Arthur
Neely Renshaw should be MRS o ANDERSON NEELY RENSHAW.
2See the Thomas Springfield Bible record, page 131, July-September, 1973, issue
(Vol. 20, No. 3)0
-191Notes from the contributor:
I..
The contributor has written statements dictated by T. J. Neely about his family,
in which he states that his great-grandfather, JAMES NEELY, came from Ireland,
and settled in Botetourt County, Va.
II.
The emigrant's four sons were: (1) JOHN, who moved to North or South Carolina;
(2) JAMES, who settled in Tennessee, and then became Indian agent in Alabama,
where he died; (3) ROBERT, who settled in Maury County, Tenn., where he died
near Mt. Pleasant; and (4) WILLIAM (grandfather of T. J. Neely), who was married
to Mary Friend (of Welsh descent from Md.), moved to Davidson County, Tenn., in
1796, and then to Williamson County, Tenn., where he died and was buried near
Franklin.
III.
JAMES NEELY, son of WILLIAM NEILLY and his wife MARY FRIEND, died in Henderson
County, Tenn. He married Eleanor Phillips in Davidson County.
IV.
The children of JAMES NEELY and ELEANOR PHILLIPS NEELY were: (1) BENJAMIN
FRANKLIN, (2) ROBERT, (3) THOMAS JEFFERSON, b. Williamson County, 1803, (4) WM.,
(5) the REV. PHILIP PHILLIPS NEELY, (6) MARY, (7) NANCY, and (8) SUSAN, who died
in childhood. The five sons have descendants in the counties adjacent to Henderson.
(
T. J. Neely stated: "I was baptised by Reverend George Newton (Old Presbyterian)
and professed religion in the 5th of August, 1820; commenced preaching 1822; was
a traveling preacher for sixteen years. First appointment Nashville circuit and
the same year, owing to alteration, appointed to Lebanon; (2) Sandy circuit;
(3) located and went to school; (4) to Wayne circuit; (5) Forked Deer, embracing
seven Counties, 31 appointments in 28 days; (6) Wolf River circuit, and in the
fall married Miss Sarah Richard Putney, 1827. By her had one son. Then located
1839, Hatchie circuit; 1840, Trenton circuit; 1841, 42, the LaGrange Mission;
1844, 45 Hollysprings circuit; (located for twenty years); 1866 LaGrange
Mission; 1867 Saulsbury circuit."
The Scotch-Irish Neely family were "dancing" Presbyterians, and when T. J. became
a Methodist, his father refused to see him, although they were later reconciled.
The T. J. Neely plantation, to which he gave his time during the twenty years of
"location" and rearing a large family, is near Whiteville, Hardeman County,
Tennessee. The house burned long ago, and the family graveyard is inaccessible.
DEATHS REPORTED IN
BANNER OF PEACE, NASHVILLE, TENN. JULY 25, 1861
Contributed by Betty Given Moore (Mrs. Henry N.)
Dr. A. B. Gibbons, 20 April 1861. B. 16 April 1807, Jefferson Co., E. Tenn.;
m. Margaret Churchman, 4 April 1833. To Henderson Co., W. Tenn. in 1836. To
Carroll Co., 1846. 9 sons, 4 daus.
Died: 31 June, 1861, of typhoid, in Itawamba Co. (Miss.), Columbus Lee, son of
Finey E. and Elizabeth Stephenson. B. Pontotoc Co., Miss., 26 Oct. 1849.
~:
May 8, William A. Galey, only son of J. V. and Sally M. Galey. B. 6 Aug.1849.
Died: At Camp Trauslae, June 29, of pneumonia, Thomas Russell of Capt. Matthew's
Co., Col. Newman's Reg.; age 27.
~:
June 18, of fever, John Lewis Rolston, age 23.
~:
-192INDEX TO BLEDSOE COUNTY, TENNESSEE DEEDS
VOL. I - 1797-1838
Transcribed from Microfilm by Ami Preston (Mrs. Thomas)
(Continued from last Quarter)
GRANTOR
Direct
Love & Watson
Love, John
Love, John
Love, John
Looney, Peter (Shiff)
Looney, Peter (Shiff)
Love, John
Love, John
Lea, William
Laster, Burrill
Love, Richard H.
Lamb, Adam
Love, Richard H.
Love, Richard H.
Love, Charles
Love, John & Joseph
Lee, Elizabeth
Love, Richard H.
Love, Richard H.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, John
Looney, Peter
Love & Watson
Looney, Peter
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Laird, Samuel
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Lee, William
Lamb, Adam
Love, Henry J.
GRANTEE
Indirect
Love, John
Watson, Josiah,
Love, Samuel
Love, John
Watson, Josiah
Love, Samuel
GRANTEE
DESCRIPTION
John Love
26 Tracts, 27,950A
Greene, Bledsoe,
Overton & Anderson
Counties
5000A, Lot 1
5000A, Lot 8
5000A, Lot 2
50A, Daddy's Cr.
Negro woman & boy
!!§.!.~
BK/PG
1795
1798
1798
1798
1811
1811
A-252
A-344
A-347
A-351
A-372
A-376
1798
1798
1812
1807
1811
1812
1813
1815
1814
1814
1814
1818
1818
1816
1816
1816
A-398
A-399
A-407
A-4l2
B-39
B-50
B-90
B-93
B-98
B-203
B-206
B-245
B-247
C-5
C-8
C-63
Charles J. Love
Samuel Love
Samuel Love
William Lea
Samuel Smith
Robt. Patton & Chas.
Scott, Wm.T.Hall
Agreement
A
John B. Armstead
1500A, Lot 12,13,14
Eli Thurman
1500A, Lot 8
Grant #3317
100A, Seq. R.
Gr
Thomas N. Clark
5000A, Lot 7
Ashel Rawlings
Lot 61, Madison
Charles Jv Love
4000A, #7
Charles J. Love
25,000A, Lot 2
John McIver
Lot 7, 8
Joseph McReynolds
625A; Lot 8
Joseph McReynolds
562~
Thomas N. Clark
1000A, Lot #7
Thomas N. Clark
1000A, Seq. R.
Samuel Smith
30A, S.E. Seq. Cr.
Isaac Stephens
27A, Lot #7
Camm. of Pikeville 30A, Lot #8
William Hodgson &
600 A Obeys R.
Hall
5000A, Seq. R.
Stephen Bishop
Release, 282A
John Love
Joseph Hoge &
5000A, Seq. R.
Others
98A, S.E. Seq. R.
Robert Vernon
102A, Lot in
Odiah C. Vernon
Alexander Thomas
90A, Lot in & 8
3l2A, Lots #7 & 8
John Thomas
PA
Power of Att.
Isaac Stephens
Power of Att.
PA
James Tremble
George W. Campbell 2500A, Seq. R.
8A
Pleasant Dawson
lOA, Cumberland Mt.
David Grayham
Samuel Worthington 530A, Seq. R.
I
1800 C-79
1795 C-112
1795 C-126
1795
1818
1818
1819
1819
1819
1812
1817
1821
1820
1823
C-134
C-157
C-163
C-180
C-186
C-205
D-2
D-4
D-30
D-58
D-68
!!§.!.~
n/PG
GRANTOR
DESCRIPTION
Stokely Donelson
5000A, Seq. Cr.
1795
A-4
Stokely Donelson
Marten Armstrong
5000A, Seq. R.
1795
A-19
-193GRANTOR
Direct
Love, George J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Henry J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Henry J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Low, Andrew R.
Love, Charles J.
Lo~, Andrew R.
L~, Andrew R.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
Lea, William
Laird, Samuel
(
GRANTEE
Indirect
Love, John
"
Love, Charles J.
Long, Tobias
Lasater, Burrill
GRANTOR
Direct
Love, Charles J.
Langley, N.
GRANTEE
Indirect
Love, Samuel
Love, Samuel
Love, Charles J.
Love, Richard H.
Love, Samuel
Love, Samuel
Love, John
Love, John
Love, Charles J.
Lamb, Alexander
Love, John
Armstead, John
.!BE..!?!'f! BK/PG
GRANTEE
DESCRIPTION
Eli Thurman
Philip Thurman
Reuben Brown
!p'hraim Thurman
John Hankins
Ruben Brown
James Robinson
Elisha Kirklen
John Kemmer
John Alcorn
Moses Low
Rebecca Lowe
John C. Wade
Stephen ·Thurman
Rubin Brown
Rubin Brown
Rubin Brown
Thomas Swafford
John Worthington
Samuel Worthington
Samuel Worthington
James McKinney
Isaac Stephens
326A, Seq. Cr.
163A
24A, Seq. R.
86A, Seq. Cr.
Prt. of SOOOA, Lot 2
1140A, Seq. Cr.
1140A, Lot 1F2
168A
40A, Seq. Valley
154A, Seq. Cr.
25A
40A
96A, Lot 117
GRANTOR
DESCRIPTION
Samuel Love
Josiah Watson
John Love
John McCullan
Grant 113317
5000A, Seq. R.
200A, Seq. Valley
1000A, Seq. R.
Gr
GRANTEE
DESCRIPTION
!li[£.Qill MS/PG
Thomas N. Clark
Hugh Boyd
85A, N.W. Seq. Cr.
N. W. Seq. Cr.
GRANTOR
DESCRIPTION
1823
1823
1823
1823
1823
1823
1823
1823
1823
1824
1822
1822
1824
1824
1824
1824
1824
1824
1824
1824
1824
1824
1822
D-74
D-7S
0-79
0-80
Dos.85
D-97
D-99
D-I07
D-122
D-127
D-134
0-137
D-149
D-159
D-159
D-160
D-16l
D-162
D-166
D-190
D-19l
D-214
0-242
INST.DATE
BK/PG
1795
1798
1807
1807
A-21
A-30
A-182
A-4l2
96~A
164A, Lot 1F2
87A, Lot 1F2
24A
l54A, Lot 1F2.
87A, Lot 1F2
l41A, Lot 1F2
125A, Crow Cr.
50A, Seq. Valley
169A, N.W. Seq. Cr.
5000A, Lot 1F2
Love, John
5000A, Lot 118
Love, John
5000A, Lot 1F7(1)
Love, John
Charles J. Love
5000A, Lot 1F2
John Love
Harriet Love
Nancy Love
5000A, Seq. R.
John C. Love
Richard H. Love
Hemoy (1) Jones Love
Samuel Love
Josiah Watson
Samuel Love
26 tracts, 27,950A
Josiah Watson
2000A, Lot 1F18
James C. Scott
285A
John McIver
Robert Patton
Charles R. Scott 18,000A
William Hall
1820 F-14
1825 F-425
.!!i[!..DATE
BK/PG
-----
--
W
1809 A-202
1795 A-252
1809 A-305
1813 B-178
1803
B-19
-194"
GRANTEE
Love, Charles J.
Love, Charles J.
GRANTOR
Thomas Sims & Wife
Thomas Sims &
Others
John Tollett Sr.
DESCRIPTION
2000A,Lot 118
1000A, Crow Cr.
l60A, Crow Cr.
1816 B-209
1816 B-136
Stokely Donelson
John Tollett
George Taylor
George W. Clmpbel1
George W. Campbell
Comm. of PikeviLLe
William Hutchison
John McIver
5000A, Lot 1/10
100A, Seq. R.
50A, Seq. Valley
50A, Lot 119
200A, Lot 119
Lot 114
l63A, Seq. Cr.
1795 C-124
1816 C-231
1817 C-216
1821 D-43
1822 D-66
18lUD-93
1823 D-1l8
1823 D-105
GRANTOR
Direct
GRANTEE
DESCRIPTION
McCl~llan, John
McIver, John
Samuel Worthington 200A, Seq. R.
James Parks
40, OOOA, Cumberland
Mt.
Isham Hall
45A, Seq. Cr.
John Goolston
300A, Seq. Cr.
Tobias Long
200A, Seq. Valley
Ben G. Orr
5000A, Lot 113
Thomas Brown
20,000A, Lots 16,
45, 6
James Childress
52A, Seq. R.
Robert Patten Jr.
3500A, Seq. R.
Love, Samuel
Love, John
Watson, Josiah
Love, Samuel
Low, Andrew
Lee, Frances
Loyd, James
Loyd, James & Wife
Lowry, William
Lea, BurrelL
Lasater, Burrill
McClellan, John
McClellan, John
McClellan, John
McIver, John (Atty)
McIver, John
McClellan, John
McIver, John
MCMeans, Isaac &
Underwood, Abner
MCMeans, Isaac S.
MCMeans, Isaac S.
GRANTEE
Indirect
McReynolds, Samuel
McIver, John
McMeans, Isaac S.
McDaniel, Randolph
McClelland, John
McReynolds, Samuel
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McReynolds, John &
James
McReynolds, John &
James
McIver, John &
Wm. Parker
Aquilla Johnson
John BillingsLey
Samuel Billingsley
115A, Seq. Cr.
l46A, S.E. Seq. R.
120A, S.E. Seq. R.
GRANTOR
DESCRIPTION
John Dowthet
Assbel Rawlings
William Hillard
John Roberson
Rubin Brown
Israel William
Standefer
Samuel Smith
John Tolhtt
John Tollett
James Standefer
Israel Standefer
Thomas Sales
Alexander Lamb
Alexander Lamb
199A, S.E. Seq. R.
20,000A, Seq. Cr.
172A, S.E. Seq. R.
$550 Negro boy
100A, Seq. Valley
Negro
182.A,
404A,
300A,
923A,
432A,
190A,
285A
285A
David McGee
$325 Negro girl
Jessee G. Ramey
Agreement
Thompson &
Ghentworth
5000A, Lot #4-16
INST.DATE
BK/PG
-T8i3 i=95
!!i§!.M!!
~/PG
1807
A-45
1807
1807
1808
1807
l8d9
A-149
A-l78
A-179
A-182
A-275
1799 A-288
1808 A-313
1810 A-364
1810 A-384
1812 B-12
1812 B-14
!!§I.M!! BK/PG
BS
woman
Lot 117
S.E. Seq. R.
Lot III
Lot 1114
N.W. Seq. Cr.
Seq. Cr.
(As in
record)
1812 B-16
1811 B-56
1812 B-59
L812 B-6L
1812 B-80
1812
1814
1814
1814
1816
1816
1815
1813
1813
B-10l
B-107
B-l12
B-122
B-164
B-l71
B-174
B-178
B-178
BS
1815
B-183
A
1811
B-184
1813
B-l92
-195GRANTEE
McReynolds, Samuel Sr.
McIver, John
McReynolds, Samuel Sr.
Loyd, James
(
GRANTOR
Direct
McIver, John
McIver, John
McReynolds, Joseph
McIver, John
McReynolds, Joseph
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McClendon, Willis
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McReynolds, Samuel
McIver, John
McWilliam, Aaron
Keith, NichodemuB
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McIver, John
McGuire, Margaret
Moyers, Jacob
McIver, John
Moyers, Jacob
Maitland, Robert
Maitland, Robert
Maitland, Robert
YJaitland, Robert
Moon, Jacob
Moon, Jacob
Manl-fee, John
Maitland, Robert
Moon, Richard
Moyers, Jacob
GRANTOR
Samuel McReynolds
Jr.
Samuel Smith
Samuel McReynolds
S"amue1 Terry
John Bridgman
DESCRIPTION
INSI·M1],
BK/PG
$300, Negro boy
120A, Lot 117
$300 Negro boy
BS
BS
1815
1817
1816
B-213
B-229
C-3
$650 Negro boy
BS
1821
0-26
GRANTEE
DESCRIPTION
.!!2!.DATE
BK/PG
1816
1817
1818
1818
1817
1817
1819
1819
1815
1819
1819
1820
1819
1819
1819
1821
1820
1820
1819
1823
1823
1823
1823
1823
1820
1824
C-13
C-54
C-I07
C-120
C-122
C-149
C-173
C-176
C-192
C-309
C-315
C-334
C-337
C-344
C-361
0-6
0-9
0-12
0-72
D-87
D-105
D-111
D-1l3
D-1l5
D-126
D-144
408A
John Menifee
Richard Walker
150A, Seq. Cr.
lS0A, Lot 1;4
John Hall
5000A, Lot 4H2
Benjamin Cannon
David Rainey
4l6A, Seq. Cr.
Thomas Jones
108A, Lot 1;4
Nathaniel Langh1ey 282A, N.W. Seq. Cr.
Samuel Oxsheer
315A, Seq. Cr.
Thomas Sales
190A, Lot 1;4
John Raine
769A, Seq. Cr.
John Green
4A
George Walker
250A, Seq. Cr.
James Diver(?)
190A, N.W. Seq. Cr.
Adam Lamb.
234A, Lot 1il
William Hutcheson
163A, Seq. Cr.
Charles Clark
85A, S.E. Seq. Cr.
Jesse Walker
184A, N.W. Seq. R.
Robert Worthington 190A, S.E. Seq. Cr.
Timothy Hixson
400A, Lot #13 & 14
175A, Lot #1
Richard Hale
Robert Lea
1l0A, S.E. Seq. Cr.
129A, Seq. Cr.
William Stone
300A, Seq. Cr.
Burrell Laster
Israel Standefer·
432A, Seq. Cr.
625A
Kelly & Standifer
James Moore
259A, Seq. R.
William Burden
William Walker
Joseph Hixson
Alexander Carter
Alexander Coulter
Euphramen Hixson
Euphramen Hixson
McGuire, J. Timothy
John Moyers
Jesse Walker
Anna & Eliz. Moyers
John McIver
Samuel Billingsley
John Billingsley
Samuel Billingsley
Richard Moon
Richard Moon
Joseph Peters
Thomas Worthington
Pleasant Davis
John Moyers
0-176
1825 0-184
1824 0-185
Seq. Cr.
1825 D-207
Seq. R.
1825 0-208
1825 0-219
Seq. Cr.
1824 0-236
1821 D-260
FA
1813 B-76
DG
Lot 4H2
1821 F-317
1813 B-77
DG
1815 B-147
LA
U8A, S.E. Seq. Cr. 1816
C-16
600A, Seq. Cr.
1817 C-20
1817 C-27
250A, Seq. Cr.
200A
1814 C-40
1814 C-42
64A
124A, Seq. Cr.
1817 C-48
1817 C-59
148A
1818 C-66
3~, Gr. 1;3247
1813 B-76
Boy
OG
(To be continued)
348A,
250A
204A,
l50A,
315A,
231A
__
Boy
152A,
__
Seq. Cr.
-196QUERIES
Prepared for publication by Myrtle L. Shelton
IMPORTANT~
In submitting a query for publication in "ANSEARCHIN'"
NEWS, please be sure to write your game and address on
sheet with the query. An envelope with name and address often
becomes separated from the query.
Will the readers who sent in queries OD. the followi,ng
names please send us your names and addresses: 1) ERWIN-DUNC~~
and 2) MIDKIFF-MANUEL. These will appear in 1974.
73-155 ANDREWS: Need inf.:(l) Drury Andrews, d. 12-29-1796, 30uthampton or Isle of
Wight Co., Va.; bros. John, Wm., Thos. (2) Drury Andrews, 1830 Smith Co., Tenn.
census (40-50 yrs.), sons, John, Wm., Thos. (3) Drury Andrews, Stewart Co., Tenn.
census (30-40).
Bob L. Andrews, 601 N. Graycroft, Madison, Tenn. 37115
73-156 TINNIN-TURBERVILLE: Will exch. info on Wm. Turberville, living Robertson
Co., Tenn., 1830. Also, Wm. Tinnin, live Sumner or Robertson Co., 1812.
Mrs. Alex R. Nisbet Jr., 414 S. Monroe St., San Ange10 3 Texas 76901
73-157 MATTHEWS-STEWART: Need info Sam'l. B. Stewart, b. 1816, Tenn.; m•. Eliz.
Matthews, b. 1822; lived Ark. 1836-54, then Williamson Co., Tex. Also, info on
bros. or cousins: Benjamin,b. 1808, Tenn., wife Sarah; John, b. 1811, wife Margaret,
liVe Lawrence Co., Ark. 1849-54, then Texas.
Katherine Kraus, 7624 Spring Ave., N.E., Albuquerque, N. M. 87110
73-158 JONES-WILLIAMS: Need pts. of Daniel Jones Williams,
Tenn., d. Calhoun Co., Ark. 1906. Pts. b. N.C. (Where?), d.
sis. Abigail m. Jas. Hartsfield; in 1850 Tipton Co. census.
and Washington in Ark. prior 1854. Their mother was a Jones
Mrs. Mollie Grant, P. O. Box 4, Hampton, Ark. 71744
b. 1830, Tipton Co.,
Tipton Co., Tenn. His
Dan'l. had bros. Wm.
from N. C.
73-159 MASENGALE-MASSINGILL: Need info on Albert Massingill (Masenga1e), b.
2-10-1836, Tenn., m. Mary Ellen Evans in Iowa, 6-16-1862, d. Atchison Co., Mo.,19l3.
Marilyn Campbell Bressler, 105 Daisy, Lake Jackson, Texas 77566
73-160 BLANTON-HICKS-KIRBY-WILSON: Need pts. of Archibald Hicks (War of 1812), b.
ca 1780; d. 1862, Cannon Co., Tenn.; m. Ruth Blanton, dau. of Wm. Blanton (Rev. War).
Need pts. of Wm. Wilson & Wife Emaline Kirby, both age 31, Warren Co., Tenn. 1850
census.
Mrs. Bonita Bratcher Mangrum, Route #7, McMinnville, Tenn. 37110
Cox, m-2
73-161 COX-ELLIS-JONES: Need pts. & info Asa Carroll Ellis, m-l
Cornelia Eugenia Jones, dau. of Allen Jones. Resided in Miss. (poSS1bly Corinth),
Shiloh, Tenn., then Sw. Ark. ca 1876.
Edwin Swafford, 714 Delchester Lane, Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
73-162
BELT-GIBSON:
Desire corr. with desc. of Belt who live Bedford, Rutherford,
& Wilson Cos., Tenn. & also in Crittenden, Ky. & Hardin Co., Ill. Was Benj. Belt,
son of Rev. Sold. Thos. Belt of Md. & Iredel Co., N.C., same one who lived Bedford &
Rutherford Cos. from 1804 until death? Had large fam. Was he father of Middleton,
killed in Battle of New Orleans, 1815? He m. Rebecca Gibson; she later m. Wm.Baskins.
Fae Sutton, 867 N. Lincoln St., Orange. Calif. 92667
-19773-163 MCLESKEY-OSBURN: Wm. MeLeskey, Rev. Sold., Abbeville, S.C., moved to Weakley
Co., Tenn. Was he the father of John & L. MeLeskey, liv. Weakley Co. l850? John m.
Eliz. Osburn, dau. of John Osburn (need name of his wife). Dese. later moved to
Clay Co., Ark.
Larry N. Jennings. 6647 N. DeWolf Ave •• Clovis. Calif. 93612
73-164 EVERETT-HICKS-JOHNSON-MASON: Will exeh. info with dese. of Noah Johnson, b.
ea 1819 (where?); d. 1905 Ray Co., Mo.; m-l Celia Hicks, Grainger Co., Tenn. Ch.:
George, John, Lucrecia. M-2 Rebecca Jane Mason, 7-2-1859. Ch.: Mary Ann (m.
Jefferson Everett, 8-28-1883, wnere?) and Magg1e.
Vaughn R. Bradley, 7801 E. 52nd St •• Kansas City, Mo. 64129
73-165 JUSTISS-PRESTON: Need names of wife & ch. of Wm. Preston, b. 1778-82,
Bedford Co., Va., son of Joel & Esther (Howard) Preston. Need all info on Wm.
Cannon Justiss, b. 1818, Tenn.,; m. Marth q Mankin, liv. Wilson, Rutherford Cos., Tenn.
Mrs. Lawrence A. Klingaman. 851 N.E. l28th St., N. Miami. Fla. 33161
73-166 STALCUP: Desire info on ch. of Wm. & Mary Sta1cup,liv. Smith Co., Tenn. 1790
to 1850's. Nancy b. 7-29-1799; Lidia b. 7-20-1804; Mary b. 11-20-1810; Sam'l. b.
7-7-1815.
Earl E. Jones. 232 Old Hickory Blvd •• Madison, Tenn. 37115
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73-167 KING-BROTHERTON-STILES-REED: Need info on bros.: Wm. (b. 1818), John (b.
1826), & James (b. 1831) Brotherton, who left Greene Co., Tenn. 1837, settled Fannin
Co., Texas. Also need info on WID. & John, sons of WID. & Hetty (Vinson) Stiles. John
b. 1797, Barren or Christian Co., Ky.; m. Sarah, b. 1806, dau. of Jos. & Mary (King)
Reed; settled Texas-Okla. border area, early 1800's.
Sue Hollis. Box 1832. Kansas City. Mo. 64141
73-168 GOWER-ROUTH-RUTH: Need name of wife of Wm. Ruth (Routh), son of Jas. &
Rebecca (Gower) Ruth. Wm. b. Tenn. (prob. Knox Co.) ca 1800. Wife b. 1800-1810.
Moved to Floyd Co., Ind. prior to l83u.
Tom Turpin. 612 Capitol Ave •• Jefferson City. Mo. 65101
73-169 GILBERT: Need pts. of Lovicy Gilbert, b. 1807 (widow in 1840 Montgomery Co.,
Tenn. census); m. Wm. Searcy (Searcy's Ferry) 1845. Daus.: Eveline Gilbert (m. Jas.
Manning, 1852), Emily (m. John King, 1855), & Lucy Searcy (m. G. W. Armstrong ca
1864). Was first husband Thos. Gilbert (1830 census)?
Mrs. John D. Barth. 5711 E. Fifth Pl •• Tulsa. Okla. 74112
73-170 CRAWFORD-HALL: Would like to contact desc. of David Hall, b. 1808, d. 1872,
m. 1828 to Lydia Robertson, b. 1805-6, d. 1887; liv. Limestone, Tenn. Also deBe. of
John Richard Crawford, b. 1808, d. 1893, m. Eliz. English, b. 1~10, d. 1872, liv.
Greene Co., Tenn.
Mrs. Ralph Bogart, Gypsum, Kansas 67448
Need pts. of Eliz. Gayle, m. Patrick Peck, son of Adam
73-171 FRY GAYLE PECK:
Peck, b. 1795, d. 12-30-1814, Battle of N.O. Need pts. of Henry H. Fry, b. 1-1-1805,
pass. N.C., m. E1iz. Sharkey Peck, 11-2-1826, d. 9-9-1886, Jefferson City, Tenn.
Mrs. Bernice White, 506 Glendale. Houma. La. 70360
73-172 TABOR-THOMPSON: Need info on pts., bros., sis, ch. of WID. Thompson (17601811) and Mary Taboe (1768-1860). Ch. b. Rutherford Co., N.C. & Anderson Co., Tenn.
between 1784-1811: David, John, Eliz., Wm. Jehoidah, E1enor, Polly, Peggy, Jas.
Caswell, Jonathan, Almon.
Jehoidah went to Ga.; Jas. & Almon to Ill, Jonathan &
Peggy in Tenn. Where did others go?
Mrs. Ken Freeman. 6642 Mossman Place, N.E •• Albuquerque. N. M. 87110
-19873-173 LOTTA-THROGMORTON; Wm. Scarlett Lotta, b. 1825, Orange Co., N.C., moved to
Henry Co., Tenn. ca 1827. Need bros. & sis. Were his pts. John H. & Sarah Scarlett
Lotta1 Need name of husband & ch. of Rosanna Throgmorton, b. Va. ca 1785, 1iv.
Henry Co., Tenn. in 1850.
Mrs. L. H. Heildbreder, 896 S. Houston, Piggott, Ark. 72454
73-174 HUDSON-MAYS: Need info Jos. A. Hudson, b. ca 1800, N.C., & 1st wife who d.
prior Sept., 1845, Madison Co., Tenn. Ch.: Thos. D., Wm. H., Jane P., Mary A.E.,
& Sarah F. M-2 Sarah -1-. Fam. live Madison Co. 1850, gone by 1860. What was
relationship between Hudson & Mays fam.? Will exch. Hudson data.
Mrs. J. L. Dell. Box U. Fajardo, Puerto Rico 00648
73-175 BOLES-BOWLES: Searching 1870 census, East Tenn. & S.W. Va. for Florence
Boles (Bowles) age 7-9; probe liVe with relatives, possibly Hitch-Kichen; m. 1877
in Anderson Co., Tenn. to Reuben M. Lamar, b. 1862, Lee Co., Va. (no record there).
Mrs. Edmund Petracek, 15802 Myrtle Ave., Tustin. Calif. 92680
73-176 COBB: Need pts. & gpts. Louisa J. Cobb, b.ca 1840 near Jones Sta., Haywood
Co., Tenn.; d. 1-12-1907, Crockett Co., Tenn.; m. Jas. Monroe Todd, 3-6-1856. Ch.:
Nancy Ca1donia, Mary Eliz., Wm. Etheridge, Benj. F., Susan, Henry Edw., G. W., Jesse
Thos., Mattie Sue, Har~y, Dorsey, Betty.
Miss Judy G. Alpha, 120 W. Mason St., Jackson, Tenn. 38301
73-177 COPPECK-COPPOCK: Need pts. of Aaron Coppock (Coppeck), b. ca 1802, Tenn.
(what co.?), m. OIly (Olive) -1- ca 1830, b. ca 1809, Tenn. In 1850 MCMinn Co.,
Tenn., census; 8 ch. In Saline Co., Ark. 1860 census. Need date & pl. of mar. of
oldest son, Alfred, b. ca 1832, Tenn., m. Mary Shaw, b. ca 1835; 1st child Aaron
Fluker, b. 1854, Tenn.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gregory. 807 W. 10th, Stuttgart, Ark. 72160
73-178 COBLE-DENSON-RIDENS: Need pts. of W. J. (or W. G.) Ridens, b. 6-25-1832, live
Perry Co., Tenn.; m. Eliz. Ann Coble, b. 9-27-1836, d. Oct., 1880. Also, n~ed pts.
of Wm. Denson of Denson's Landing, Tenn. River, b. 1823 & of Eliz. Ann Coble, b.1823.
Mrs. S. Haskins Ridens. 202 W. Main St •• Newbern. Tenn. 38059
73-179 HUDSON: Need bpI., name of wife, pts., ch. of Obediah Hudson I, b. ca 1766.
1782 Henry Co., Va. tax list. In Randolph Co., N. C., 1790. Settled before 1820
Jackson Co., Tenn. Have data on desc. Will exchange.
Mrs. Noah Raugh. Route 4, Mountain Home. Ark. 72653
On
73-180 RIGGS: Need d. dates of Amos Riggs (twin), b. 8-5-1880, & of Abner Riggs, b.
1-18-1884, Campbell Co., Tenn. Were 2 of 11 ch. of Edmund & Eliza S. Riggs. (Her
maiden name was Riggs.)
Mrs. Richard Riggs. 407 S. Glenn Dr •• Yakima. Wash. 98902
73-181 GAUTNEY-HALL-WILLIAMSON: Need info & pts. of Alfred Hall, b. 8-30-1819, N.
C.; to Dyer, Tenn.; m-l ca 1843, Eliza Jane Gautney, b. 6-10-1822, d. 10-21-1851; m-2
ca 1852, Mary Ann Williamson, b. 1822, dau. of John Fleming Williamson & Mary (Polly)
Cowan, recently arrived from Rowan Co., N.C. Alfred d. 11-27-1876, bur. Center
Methodist Cem. near Yorkville, Tenn.
Mrs. Theodore Hall, 1320 Jamestown Dr •• Tahlequah. Okla. 74464
73-182 HAMILTON: Need pts. & bpl. of David Hamilton; m. Mary Henderson Havens ca
1810, Greene Co., Tenn., dau. of Jas. Havins (b. 1770, Va.) & Sarah Miller, b. 1772,
Pa. Moved to Lawrence Co., Ala. ca 1818. He d. 11-9-1844, Pulaski or Texas Co., Mo.
Ch.: Sarah, Geo., Jas., Nancy, Thos., David, Lemuel, Valient, Denton & Mary Amanda
(twins), John, Henry, Harvey. Will exchange.
Mrs. Lou Allie Heath. 446-42nd St •• Richmond. Calif. 94805
-19973-183 BOGART-HAMMER: Samuel Bogart m. Rachel Hammer, 5-19-1818, Washington Co.,
Tenn. Need pts. of both. Ch.: Jane m.
Clement, Eliza Ann m.
Bryan,
Margaret Ellen m. J. H. Harberger.
Mrs. L. A. Martin. 2114 Cobb1ecreek. Spring. Texas 77373
73~184
MCCLELLAND: John S. McClelland, b. 1818, Ala.; m. 1839 in Lawrence Co ••
Ala., Nancy Hughes, b. 1816, Tenn. Was John McClelland who sold land 1n 1812 1n
Bledsoe Co., Tenn. the father of John S.? Need Nancy's pts.
Mrs. Clifton McLellan, 90 Carter Road, Santa Cruz. Calif. 95060
73-185 BRADLEY-KINCAID-SANDERS-SAUNDERS: Need pts. of Edw. E. Saunders, b. Tenn.,
d. 1837-38, Tenn. or Texas; m. Sina Stubblefield (dau. of Woodruff & Nancy Johnston
Stubblefield), 6-16-1830, Sumner Co., Tenn. Ch.: Louisa b. 1831, Valerius Pa1tine
b. 1833, Thos. Woodruff b. 1835. Was Edw. the bro. of Dan'i. L. Saunders who m.
Cooza Charlotte Bradley, Shelby Co., Tenn., l83l? Was Polly Bradley (m. David G.
Kincaid, Dec., 1829, Shelby Co.) related to the others?
Edna S. Miller. 2529 S. Lamar. Austin. Texas 78704
73-186 CUNNINGHAM: Need pts. & ch. of John Washington Campbell Cunningham (18121855), Bedford Co., Tenn.; wife Mary Buchanan (1820-1889); 1 child known, Sumner
Archibald.
Monte Hugh Knight, %Pigg & Parsons. Maury County Shopping Center, Columbia. Tenn. 38401
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73-187 CARLTON-GROOMS: Need info on W. (Wade?) Carlton, b. ca 1807, Tenn.; m. ca
1830, Sarah
, b. ca 1814. Wish corr. desc. of Stephen Grooms, b. 1794-1800, Ga.;
d. 1833; m. ca 1817, Winifred Winders. Son Major, b. 1818, poss. Ky., m. Mary (Pollye)
Pope. Their son, Jordan or Jurden, b. 1839, m. 1863, Martha Spears, b. 1846, Ky.
Both fam. said to be early settlers in Weakley Co., Tenn.
Mrs. John A. Burgess, 2720 Sandy Lane. Fort Worth, Texas 76112
73-188 ASBELL-PRYOR: Need pts. & 'info about Martha Asbell, b. ca 1800; m. Nathan
Job, 2-27-1821, Lawrence Co., Tenn.; d. 1854 (where?). His pts. Daniel Job, b. 1760,
Tenn.; m. __ Pryor, b. 1765. Need date on Miss Pryor.
Mrs. Lois J. Cunningham, 2526 W. Brooklyn. Dallas. Texas 75211
73-189 HOWELL-~\RTINDALE: Desire info & carr. with desc. of David Howell who had
land grants in Lincoln, Bedford Co., Tenn, 1812-15-16. Was he father of Bert,
Pickney, Polly, Jos. Benj. & another dau.? Polly m. Martindale near Essary Springs,
Tenn. Jos. Benj. b. 1808, Va.; d. 1854 Hardin Co., Tenn.; m. 5-10-1832, Mary Raney,
b. 11-13-1813, Orange Co., N. c. ERROR 73-151: Davis Raney should be David Raney.
Mrs. Vivian P. Harrison, 1572 Overton Park, Apt. 11. Memphis, Tenn. 38112
73-190 BARTON: Wm. Barton, son of David & Hannah (Hill), b. Va., 3-18-1792, m.
Eliz.
Need her maiden name. Wm. 1iv. Rutherford Co., Tenn. from early 1800's
to early 1830's.
Mrs. Elvin Tripp. Cherry St., Hector, Ark. 72843
73-191 COWAN-MCCARTY-VANDIVER-WISDOM: Need data Wm. Sergeant Wisdom & Nancy Elvira
Vandiver of N.C. Who were bros., sis. of Pollard Wisdom, b. 2-14-1780, N.C.; m-l
Eliz.
, m-2 Charity Jane Washburn; to Lawrence Co., Tenn. 1812-15. Jas. McCarty
& Andrew Cowan Wisdom were 2 of his 10 ch. Is there a connection between Jas.
McCarty, Pollard W. McCarty & Andrew Cowan Wisdom, live Tenn. same time.
Mrs. Jack Powell. Box 657. Quanah, Texas 79252
73-192 ARNOLD-HALE; Need pts. & pl. of orLg~n in Tenn. of Wm. (Buck) Arnold (b.
1825, Tenn.), m. Eliz. Hale (b. 1828, Tenn.) ca 1844 in Tenn. or Ark.; 1845
liv. Franklin Co., Ark.; then Carroll & Crawford Cos., Ark.
Mrs. Gene Harris, 1404 Borger St •• Plainview, Texas 79072
-20073-193 HOOVER: Will pay for documented info fame of Jacob Hoover, b. ca 1788;
wife, Cassandra
,b. 1784, s.c. Several their ch. b. Ky. & Tenn. ca 1812-1828.
In Clark Co., Ar~1830 census; later in Pulaski & Saline Co., where he d. 1839.
Wife & younger ch. mOVe to Hempstead Co., Ark., Where she appeared HH 1850 census.
Jacob M. Carter Jr •• 1907 N. Third St •• Monroe. La. 71201
73-194 DOWELL-MOBLEY: Need pts. of Sally Mobley (b. Tenn.; father b. N.C.), m.
John Dowell, 12-26-1846, Stewart Co., Tenn. Where did they die? Mov. from Tenn.
to Chester, Ill. ca 1857, then to William Co., Ill.
Mary M. Potthoff. 311 Innisfai1 Dr •• Webster Groves. Mo. 63119
73-195 BAILEY-BLACKWELL: Wm. Timothy Bailey, b. 11-22-1831, Tenn. (where?), d.
3-23-1895; m. 7-8-1862, Columbia Ann Blackwell, b. 12-20-1845 near Mo. tlboothee1"
(where?), d. 1-19-1909, bur. Green Forest, Ark. Need name pts. Ch.: Bud R.,
Mary Louise, Geo. W., Rich'd.~Wm. H., Dixie Ann, Martha, Jas. H., Dan'l C., Timothy,
Theodocia & Monroe.
Mrs. C1eman L. Sawyer. 2113 Salina. Wichita. Kansas 67203
73-196 DICKASON-DICKERSON-LAMBERT-MYERS-WAINSCOTT: Need b. & d .• date of Henry
Price Lambert, m. 7-4-1823, Sumner Co., Tenn., E1iza/E1iz. Dickason (Dickerson), b.
3-18-18uO. Need pts., bros. & sis. of both. Need info sons, John & Obie, their
wives & fame Dau. Sarah m. Dan. Myers. "Puss" m. EWing Wainscott. Need d. date 0
of son Henry.
Beatrice Lambert,Rt. 3. Box 38. Scottsville. Ky. 42164
73-197 HOOVER: Need-pts. Chas. L. Hoover. b. 1820, Tenn. (where?). Wife, Jemina
Marr, b. 1830, Tenn. (where?) Pts. Nathaniel Marr (b. ca 1795, N.C.) & wife Alice
(b. 1807; want maiden name). Chas. mov. to Caldwell Co., Ky. ca 1853; had sis.
Pira1ie Hoover Groomer & half bro. Wm. Hoover.
Mrs. Thomas Neumayer Jr •• 2743 Benrus Blvd. San Antonio. Texas 78228
73-198: REAMS-SMITH: Need info Lee Herman Smith, b. Tenn., & 1st wife Kate Reams, m.
ca 1870-74; 1iv. Marion Co., Tenn., JaCKson Co., Ala. & Dade Co., Ga. Son Herman
Jinks Smith b. 1875.
Mrs. George H. Ausec. 17615 Loring Lane, Houston. Texas 77073
73-199 RIDINGER: Michael & Catherine Ridinger, b. Va.; in 1850 1iv. in Coffee Co.,
Tenn.; 6 ch. Were they m. Va. or Tenn.? Son Joseph m. Eliz.
, 1iv. Cannon Co.
Tenn., 1870; need pl. of m. German Lutherans. Need help on all Ridingers anywhere.
Mrs. Kenneth L. Hubbard, 1400 Laurel Dr •• Arlington. Texas 76012
73-200 MCALISTER: Need info Jas. Alexander McAlister, m. Sallie Carter, Jan.,1874,
Henry Co., Tenn. Taught school (Lauderdale Academy?) near Double Bridge, Lauderdale
Co., Tenn., 1874. In Dyersburg area in 1878. Where did he d. & where bur.?
Guardianship adm. taken for his son Jas. Lanier McAlister in Henry Co. & assets
rec'd. from N. L. Avery, 1890.
Mrs. McAlister Elliott, 8323 Sunbury Dr •• St. Louis. Mo. 63136
73-201 DAWS: Seeking desc. of Starkey Daws & E1iz. (Fairless) Daws, Hertford Co.,
N.C., 1820, Madison Co., Tenn. 1830; Haywood Co., Tenn. 1850; 6 sons who 1iv. to
adulthood.
Mrs. Charles A. West. 3133 Chisca Ave •• Memphis, Tenn. 38111
73-202 BIGHAM: Andrew Bigham, b. Ireland, Rev. Soldier, Mecklenburg Co., N.C.;
live Greene, Smith, McMinn Cos., Tenn. after 1783. Liv. McMinn.Co. last 12-14 yrs.;
d. there 1834. What relation was he to Malinda, Polly, "Veey", David, Tilda, Lucy,
"Livey" Bigham?
Alice Bigham Inveen, 7902 - 35 W••Tacoma. Wash. 98466
-201-
SURNAME INDEX
"ANSEARCHIN'" NEWS - VOLUME 20 FOR 1973
- A-
(
Abernathy 59, 79, 80,
105, 118, 137
Abbot 118
Abet 118
Abrier 118
Abstin 11
Abston 59
Acer 82
Acklen 60
Acklin 14
Acock 139
Acre 15
Acree 82
Acre 137
Acres 105
Acton 98
Acuff 41, 42, 43, 44
Adair 82, 118
Adams 10, 35, 59, 70,
82, 87, 105, 118,
139, 140, 141, 143,
144, 154
Adamson 11, 26, 127
Aday 38
Adkins 41, 42, 102
lOS, 140
Adkinson 82, 137, 138,
139
Adkison 74, 82, 107
Adkisson 105
Adnis 118
Agee 42, 59
Ager 123
Agers 11
Agness 168
Agnutt 164
Ahreds 118
Ahunlan 118
Aikan 12
Aiken 50, 59, 114, 118
Akin 105
Alaobrook 118
Albert 6, 17, 118
Albright 15
Albritton 105
Alburtus 171
Alcorn 193
Alderson 35, 53, 92
Alderdier 137
Aldrich 17
Aldredge 145
Aldridge 17, 118
Alen 113
Alexander 10, II, 21,
27, 29, 35, 38, 52,
82, lOS, 107, 109,
110, 111, 112, 113,
118, 131, 139, 140,
147, 149, 154, 168,
169, 170, 171, 178
Alford 35, 37, 39, 74,
105
Alin 110, 112, 113,
114, 169, 170
Allan 118
Allbritton 14, 176
Al1com 42
Archer (con't) 109, Aydolett 82
Ayers 59
Allen II, 12, 13,
118, 174, 176
Aynaud 118
15,25,26,27,
Ares 32
31, 37, 39, 41,
Argyle 78
42, 46, 59, 65,
Arington 138
- B70, 75, 82, 87,
ArIel 118
91, 92, 105, 110, Arlington 150
Bacon 59
Ill, 114, 118,
Armis tead 24
"Bacon's Cas tle" 75
121, 127, 129,
Armour 118
Badchel1 39
140, 161, 163,
Armstead 192, 193
Baggett 106
168, 169, 170,
Armstrong 39, 41, 49,Bailess 118
171
59, 65, 66, 67, 71,Bailey 16, 22, 35,
Alley 102, lOS, 175
82, 91, 118, 122,
36, 37, 59, 69,
Allin 168
128, 192, 197
72, 82, 93, 106,
Allison 15. 35, 87, Arnett 145
118, 127. 137,
174, 200
89, 91, 118
Arnold la, IS, 35,
Allman 31, 32
69, 70, 74, 82,
Baily 82
Allsup 35. 73, 74,
96, 105, 118, 136, aim 169, 170
105
199
Bain 31. 118, 154
Alpha 198
Arp 35
Baine 113, 169, 170
Alsey 36
Arrianixr 118
Bains 87
Alsobrook 118
Arrington 59, 107
Baird 88
Alsup 70. lOS, 113, Arthur 179
Baitman 35
170
Asbell 69, 199
Baker 12. 14, 21,
Alston 118, 150
Ash II, 41. 66,
22, 26, 35. 39.
Altum 69, 70, 105
82, 122
43, 63, 69, 71,
Aluss 170
Ashbrook 82, 149
72, 82, 106. 114,
Alvin 35
Ashe 13, 16
118, 129, 138.
Alvis 35, 37
Asher 179
140, 141, 164.
Ashford 118
175. 178
Ambler 47
Amis 87, 88
Ashley 138
Balch 50. 107
Amos 13
Ash1y 80
Balcom 45
Anders 82
Ashmore 35, 37. 38, Balder 118
Anderson 5, 13, 15.
73, 74, 105
Baldridge 82, 106,
22, 23. 32, 35,
Ashworth 87
109, 139
37, 41. 42, 50,
Askew 30, 32, 33,
Baldwin 118
55. 59, 64, 65,
71, 92. 121
Ball IS, 24, 27.
82, 91, 105, 107, As~ins 105
35, 57. 59. 96,
110, Ill, 118,
Aston 118
106, 108, 114.
153, 168, 188,190 Atkerson 81, 105
136, 174
Andigier 118
Atkin 118
Ba11antree 106
Ballard 10, 55, 82,
Andrews 14, 20, 59, Atkins 11, 35, 41,
82, 106, 107, 118, 65, 80, 81, 105,
93, 106, 118
137, 161. 196
114
Ballenger 87
Andrus 25
Atkinson 81, 118,
Ballou 59, 68
Angel 105
121
Bane 118
Ang1emyers 188
Atkison 105, 118,
Banets 118
Anglin 105
171
Banks 23, 27, 59,
Anthony IS, 35, 39, Atnip 137
60, 91, 93, 118,
59, 69, 71, lOS, Atwell 35, 105
127, 130, 161.
107, 118, 159,
Atwood 100
180
176
Aubry 118
Bann 11
Antrvine 118
Auld 41. 42, 65
Bannon 20
Apens 118
Auraras 118 ..
BanL 53
App 118
Ausec 200
Baptist 64
Apperson 59, 118
Aust 87, 88
Barbank 118
Apple 87
Austin 9, 10. 12,
Barbe 118
Appleton 35, 105,
16, 41, 59, 79,
Barbee 39, 98, 100
106, 108, 174,
82, 105, 178
Barber 11. 12, 15.
175, 176, 177
Avent 92
35, 106, 118
Appling 166
Avers 82
Barbiere 118
Arbuckle 23
Avery 118, 148, 200 Barcroft 97
Archibald 199
Aviry 118
Barefoot 35
Archards 118
Awaumb 59
Barfield 164
Archer 35, 36, 37, Axum 139
Barger 118, 146
38, 59, 105, 107, Aydlett 118
Bargo 82, 139
-202Baringer 93
Barinum 139
Bark 118
Barker 26, 60, 118,
169, 171
Barkley 12, 118, 129
Barlow 106
Barnard 82
Barner 106
Barnel 42, 60, 106, 118
Barnet 82, 142
Barnett 35, 36, 82,
97, 106, 118
Barnhill 118, 129
Barns 82, 138
Barnwell 60
Barr 22, 35, 38,
106, 118
Barrett 60, 87, 109
Barrow 118
Barrond 82
Barrow 21, 60, 97
Barry 27, 93, 118
Bartee 176
Bartels 60
Barth 197
Bartholomew 137
Bartin 127
Bartlett 118
Barton 24, 26, 27, 60,
127, 130, 199
Basby 136
Bascha 118
Baskett 148
Baskins 196
Bass 10, 12, 14, 16,
60, 104, 139
Bassett 24
Bassham 35, 36, 39,
69, 71. 72, lOS,
106
Bastian 59
Baswell 163
Batchelor 11
Bate 61
Bateman 21, 82, 106,
118, 160
Bates 8, 27, 60, 161
Bathsheba 165
Batman 82
Batt 106
Battle 60
Batts 82
Baucum 106
Bauer 24
Baugh 11, 118, 188
Baulch 106
Baum 118
Baumgartreer 118
Bauning 118
Bauswe11 106
Baxter 13, 15, 77, 118
Bay 12
Bayley 10, 82, 140
Bayliss 82, 118
Bay10n 118
Bayly 11, 13
Beadle 81
Beadles 80, 82
Beake 118
Beal 150
Bean 37
Beard 16, 17, 91,
Berrycraft 12
Blackne1 138, 141
106, 108, 114,
Berryhill 34
B1ackshires 13
128
Bersante 118
Blackwell 13, 14,
Beasley 42, 60, 74, Berton 107
15, 34, 60, 107,
97
Bertrand 118
118, 200
Beason 43
Berwin 118
Blair 9, 25, 35, 44,
Beat 118
Beshears 148
48, 59, 64, 82,
Beatha 118
Best 45, 107
102, 107, 122,
Beaths 106
Bestwick 118
168, 174, 175, 178
Beats 82
Bethel 26, 81, 82,
Blaisdell 60
Beattie 21
127, 141, 163
Blake 107, 139
Beatty 60, 72, 118, Bethell 141
Blakely 82
145
Bethune 107
Blakeman 118
Beatwick 118
Bett 118
Blakemon 137
Beaty 43, 118
Bettis 14
Blakemore 82
Betts 82, 136
Blan 170
Beauchamp 9
Beavers 106
Betty 91, 93
Blanchard 47
Bevan 26
Bland 34, 113
Beck 35, 118
Beckman 118
Bevers 107
Blane 118
Becktel 20, 21
Bias 118, 144
Blankenship 91, 118,
Beckum 144
Bibb 96
140
Beckwith 31, 32
Bickdolt 118
Blankinship 118
Becton 13
Bickford 60, 118
Blankly 20
Bedgood 55
Biddolf 118
Blanton 107, 140,
Bedsole 12
Bidleman 45
175, 196
Beedle 38
Biers 118
B1asingam 175
Beedles 82
Bigelow 165
Blasingame 39, 107
Bee1 150
Bigger 164
Blassingam 38
Beeler 70, 72, 105 Biggs 11, 138
Blassingame 60
Beh1 102
Bigham 82, 200
Bledsoe 13, 64, 82,
Bejach 79
Bilbo 93
118, 138
Belcher 60
Bilbrey 33
Blevins 95
Be1der 118
Bilbro 15
Block 93
Belew 35, 39, 73,
Biles 10, 55
Blockett 118
74, 91, 106, 107, Billinger 118
Bloodworth 11
127, 174
Billingsley 41, 42, Blount 82, 118, 190
Beley 60
43, 44, 45, 63,
Blue 36, 107
Bell 14, 35, 36,
65, 70, 108, 123, Blume 118
37, 43, 44, 45,
125, 136, 137,
Blunt 82
46, 48, 61, 63,
140, 143, 194,195 Blythe 37, 39, 72,
70, 72, 73, 82,
Bills 118
79, 80, 107,
107, 112, 118
Binford 60
118, 175
Bel1ack 27, 161
Bingham 11, 105
Boals 15
Bellamy 46
Binnitt 118
Boardman 118
Be110te 82
Binns 78
Boar1and 128
Bellows 118
Binum 137, 141
Boaz 144
Bells 82
Birch 107
Boaze 107
Be10at 82
Birchett 91, 118
Bobe 118
Belote 68
Bird 13, 35, 36,71, Bock 21
Belt 57, 196
107, 128
Bodenbur 119
Belts 141
Birdsons 39
Bodine 60
Bender 118, 121
Birdwell 26
Bogan 4, 54, 102,
Benedict 45
Birtle 118
155
Benegra 118
Birum 37
Bogart 119, 197,
Benham 27
Bisco 22
199
Benn 107
Bishop 26, 35, 44,
Boggeano 119
Bennet 6, 10, 13,
107, 109, 178, 192 Boggs 23
18, 82, 118
Bitticks 107
Bogy 60
Bennett 16, 60, 107,Bivens 178
Bohannon 141, 172
118, 139, 148
Bivin 13
Boiseau 119
Benson 188
Bivins 55
Boles 183, 198
Bentha1 32
Blacher 118
Boley 119
Bentinck 96
Black 10,17,45, 47,Bo1in 107,137
Bentley 5, 13, 35,
60,100, 107, 111, Boling 14, IS, 171
36, 69, 107, 176
112, l18~ 142,
Bolinger 2
Bently 13, 16
146, 170
Bolling 23, 170
Benton 42, 44
Blackard 73
Bolton 60, 186
Bernard 107, 118
Blackburn 11, 35
Bomen 119
Berndt 148
B1ackfan 43, 45
Bond 11, 13, 14,
Bernet 82
Blackford 118
16, 17, 19, 60,
Berry 23, 24, 48,
Blackley 141
119, 147
82, 107, 118, 140 Blackman 115, 118
Bondgman 145
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Bonds 119
Bradford (can't) 43,Bride 108
Browning 60, 96
Bondurant 79, 82, 136,
55, 91, 93, 119, Bridgeman 41
Brownlow 36
137, 139
161, 176
Bridger 15, 75
Bruce 12, 13, 20,
Bradley 26, 27, 32, Bridges 26, 141
60, 102, 108,
Bone 119
Bonvard 119
60, 71, 73, 108, Bridgewater 89
109, 119
Bridgman 42, 43,44, Bruer 119
Booke 12
127, 161, 175,
Booker 119
197, 199
Lf5, 63, 64,; 124,
BrullUlker 119
Bookout 82, 141
Bradly 32, 108, 173
125, 1~5
Brumberry 119
Boon 119
Bradshaw 74, 81,
Bridman 44
Brumley 36, 38, 73,
82, 105, 107,
Brien 31, 87, 89,
1~9
Boone 47, 57, 60
Booth 18
138, 139, 141,
119
Bruner 119
143, 176, 178
Briggins 136
Brunham 119
Boothe 12, 14
Boman 31
Bradwell 82
Bright 12, 13, 93,
Brunson 137
Bomar 47
Brady 108, 119
143, 181
Bruse 119
Boren 35, 36, lOS,
Bragg 50, 119, 148 Briley 106, 119
Brush 119
107, 108, 176, 177
Brame 60, 82
Brim IS, 82, 91,
Bruster 46
Bork 5
Bramlet 108
93, 138
Bruton 48
Borner 119
Bramlett 72
Brinaugh 14
Bryan 36, 60, 106,
Boro 119
Bran 82
Bringle 148
109, 119, 174,
Borum 166
Branch 14, 55, 107, Brinish 119
171, 199
Boshers 107, 108, 174,
108, 109, 114,
Brink 119
Bryant 14, 36, 70,
119, 177
Brinkley 60, 116,
82, lOS, 109,
175
Boshiers 35
Brandon 117
119
119, 175, 176
Boss 16, 147
Branett 139
Brinson 13
Buchamp 82
Bossweath 82
Brann 81
Brister 60
Buchanan 22, 35, 36,
Bostick 60, 91, 119
Brannon 43, 45, 119 Brinston 10
60, 71, 73, 82,
Boswell 20, 22, 38,
Brantley 11
Bristol 56
lOS, 106, 109, 119
69, 108, 109, 190
Brantly 11
Britt 13, 19
Buck 12, 14, 45, 60,
Bosworth 60
Brasfield 161
Brittan 26, 27, 28,
119
Botto 119
Brashears 35, 36,
93, 161
Buckhanan 141, 199
Bourland 82
38, 39, 69, 70,
Britten 27, 119, 161 Buckannen 82
Bourne 60
71, 72, 73, 106, Brittingham 119
Buckhann 141
Bouden 106
107, 108, 175
Brittle 87
Buckingham 50, 60,
Brashers 177
Britton 14, IS, 26,
119
Boudin 108
Boulton 139
Brassfeet 141
27, 91, 108, 161
Buckley 119, 140
Bouren 108
Brassfield 15, 82
Britter 119
Buckleys 79
Bourlin 138
Brasures 108
Broadstreet 108
Buck1y 82
Bowden 36, 37, 69,
Bratcher 196
Broadwell 82
Bucy 8r, 82
106, 108, 139, 148,
Bratton 43, 44, 47, Brock 108, 109, 119, Bud1er 137
174, 175, 176
65, 87, 126
139
Bugg 119
Bowdry 36, 70
Braun 140
Brockman 119
Buh1 119
Bowen 21, 87, 88, 93,
Bravard 26, 27
Brockwell 109
Buie 35, 36, 37, 39,
119, 139
Brawley 82, 108,189 Brode 60
74, 106, 108, 109,
Bower 119
Brawner 81, 82, 136 Brodnax 60
175
Bowers 10, 12, 13, IS, Braxton 60
Brogdon 11
Bu1and 46
82, 86, 119, 127, 138,Brazea1 44, 64, 125 Bromley 109
Bu11idge 37
140, 160, 167
Brazelton 24
Brooks 24, 37, 55,
Bullington 24
Bowie 105
Brazier 35, 108
60, 69, 73, 93,114,Bul1ock 27, 136, 140
Bowing 137
Brazi136
119, 121, 139, 140,Bumpass 6, 36, 37,
Bowland 82
Brazile 10, 43
167, 188
39, 42, 71, 73,
Bowles 57, 190
Breckinridge 108
Brookshine 119
94, 109, 123, 178
Bowlin 139
Breece 27
Brookshire 148
Bumpess 21
Bowling 108, 119, 166, Brees 161
Brotbeck 21
Bunch 82
167, 187
Breese 27, 161
Brotherlin 119
Bundrant 108, 109
Bowls 119
Brehean 82
Brotherton 197
Bunefer 119
Bowman 26, 45, 91, 96
Brem 82
Bruce 179, 181
Bunting 78
Boxwell 119
Bremer 3
Brough 20, 34, 110 Bunton 82, 140
Boyce 60
Brenish 119
Broughton 14, 147
Burchett 91
Boyd 12, 13, 15, 16,
Brennan 60, 119
Browden 82
Burchitt 141
28, 43, 45, 60,
Brenner 119
Browder 55
Burden 44, 45, 63,
63, 80, 82, 119,
Brent 22, 60
Brown 11, 13, 21, 22, 195
137, 145, 167, 193
Bressler 196
23, 24, 27, 36, 37,Burford 18, 26, 37,
Boykin 116
Brevard 91
39,40,42,43,44, 87, 88, 91, 93,
Boyle 22, 66, 114
Brewer 36, 108, 145, 45, 47, 49, 50, 60, 98, 127, 157, 161,
Boze 140
179, 181
63, 65, 70, 71, 72, 163, 190
Bracken 82, 171
Brewington 108
73, 74, 82, 87, 88,Burgess 48, 82, 109,
Bracket 93
Brewster 46, 116
91, 93, 99, 100,
138, 199
Bradberpy 139
Brewton 48
107, 109, 110, 115,Burgin 82
Bradbury 14
Brian 138
119, 121, 123, 129,Burk 82, 119, 140
Braddock 157
Briant 82, 108
139, 148, 156, 161,Burke 70
Braden 188
Brice 91
178, 193, 194
Burkes 109
Bradford 13, 16, 27,
Brickley 119
Browne 20, 60, 119
Burket 37, 69, 72
-204Burkett 72, 109
Burks 15, 36, 91,
109, 119, 152
Burleson 109
Burlison 36, 106, 107,
174, 176
Burliston 73
Burlow 109
Burman 71
Burnet 14, 69, 93,156
Burnett 14, 77, 93,
152, 174
Burney 109
Burns 14, 36, 71, 72,
73, 109, 114, 119,
143
Burnsides 119
Burr 119
Burrage 49
Burress 44
Burris 35, 36, 69, 70,
72, 73, 74, 109, 129
Burriss 44
Burrow 82, 119, 130,
179, 181
Burrows 2
Burrus 82
Bursby 82
Burton 13, 18, 27, 32,
119,127,136,149,
152
Busby 23, 28, 69, 71,
82, 106, 109, 119,
178
Bush 81, 93
Bushcamp 119
Bussell 137
Bussey 50
Busy 83
Butler 36, 83, 119,
136, 143, 172, 182
Butterton 12
Buttler 109
Butts 16, 83, 136, 139
Byar 138, 139
Byars 16, 83, 97
Byas 140
Byers 61
Bynum 13, 14, 109, 138
Byrd 21, 35, 36, 83,
109, 147
Byrket 69
Byrne 119
Byrnes 22
Byrum 16, 83
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Cabe 36, 140
Cabell 179
Cacy 119
Caffie1d 83
Cage 65, 83, 128
Cagle 98, 125, 137
Caldwell 16, 23, 64,
65, 83, 119, 126,
136, 137, 174
Calhoon 136
Calhoun 10, 16, 71,
93, lOS, 107, 108,
174, 177
Callaghan 119
Callahan 36,83,
Carr (con't) 174,
Chaffin 36,37,73,
156, 174, 176
175
74, lOS, 109, 174
Ca11icote 32
Carranes 170
Chamberlain 111
Calloway 105, 174, Carraway 4, 93
Chamberlin 119
177
Carrell 39, 69, 70, Chambers 37, 64, 65,
Cally 140
74, 119, 174
69, 80, 91, 93,
Calvert 83
Carre110 119
119, 138, 145,
Calvin 183
Carrick 156
174, 178
Ca1we11 10, II, 15 Carrick-Fergus 156
Chambless 100
Cameron 10, 11, 119 Carrigan 10, 174
Chambliss 22
Camice1 83
Carri11 11
Champ 119
Camp 22, 65, 119,
Carroll 24, 50, 78, Chandler 13, 16, 18,
124, 136
100, 108, 119,
91, 119, 131
Campbell 10, 11, 15, 137, 174
Chaplin 141
22, 24, 26, 36,
Carson 14, 83, 119
Chapman 26, 31, 36,
42, 47, 55, 63,
Carswell 36
38, 73, 119, 174
64, 72, 73, 74,
Carter II, 26, 29,
Chappell 27, 162
81, 83, 88, 98,
36, 37,45, 49,
Char1es·119
100, 110, 119,
63, 64, 65, 69,
Charlton 83, 137
124, 126, 148,
72, 83, 96, 104,
Chase 119
174, 175, 179,
119, 126, 130,
Cheairs 77
192, 194
139, 146, 150,
Cheatham 55, 167
Campfield 107, 174
174, 175, 195,200 Cheek 26, 47, 91,
Canada 107
Cartwright 12, 47,83, 120
Canaday 69
97, 102, 114
Chelf 57
Canady 12, 83
Caruthers 21, 23, 26,Chennault 175
Canae1a 119
27, 91, 119, 161, Cherry 10, 15, 26,
Candy 128
162
36, 83
Cane 119, 139
Carver 24
Chery 83
Case 27
Che!sser 108, 175
Canedy 11, 140
Canida 144
Casey 26, 27, 36,
Chester 83, 120,
Cank1e 119
140, 162, 188
136, 144
Canniva 119
Cash 105, 119
Chilcote 175
Cannon 11 ,35, 119, Cashen 83
Childers 83
195
Cashion 81, 83, 137 Childress 18, 14,
Canon 35, 36, 114
Cashman 119
16, 65, 73, 105,
Canovum 119
Cashon 83
107, 120, 130,
Canry 119
Cass1eman 139
176, 194
Canter. 26
Cass1er 139
Childs 27, 162
Cantley 26, 127
Casswel1 119
Chi1ert 12
Cant1y 127
Casta110w 12
Chiles 50, 120
Cantrell 80, 83,141 Casteel 98
Chilton 12, 56
Capell 13
Caste1aw 19
Chiperoshi 120
Capers 15
Caste~low 12
Chipman 64, 65
Caperton 174
Castle 144, 165
Chippman 45
Caple 10
Castleman 119
Chisholm 39, 175
Caplinger 26, 127
Caswell 172
Chism 39, 120
Choat 35, 37, 39,
Capps 21, 139, 141 Cates 14, 72, 107,
Caps 140
119, 140, 148,
72, 73, 109, 175
Carder 91
174
Cho1dress 37
Cardinal 119
Cathey 26
Chrismas 83
Carew 119
Cathie 155
Christian 11, 12,
Carland 83
Cathon 91
18, 24, 65, 71,
Carlin 119, 138
Cathy 155
72, 74, 109, 120,
Carlon 119
Catron 39
175
Carlton 13, 15, 50, Cattard 15
Christie 18
83, 140
Caughlin 119
Christy 120
Carlyle 169
Cauley 10
Chronister 35, 37,
Cardwell 31
Causey 119
39, 69, 71, 74,
Carey 189
Cavet 83
175
Carlton 199
Cavin 174
Chronoster 69
Caryle 168
Cavitt 79, 80, 83,
Chrystal 120
Carmack 64
137
Chun 140
Carmi cheal 83, 119 Cavot 83
Church 120
Carmicle 83
Cawhorn 175
Churchman 191
Carney 81, 102, 119,Cayce 36, 70, 71,
Churchwell 175
138
73, 93, 119
Chute 120
Carouvan 26
Cedwise 119
Cia 102
Carpender 174
Centee 71
Cica11a 120
Carpenter 177
Cerat 36
Cica110 120
Carpinter 161
Cezey 65
Ci1abrew 144
Carr 83, 119, 160, Chadderton 119
Cinningham 35
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Cipress 83
Civiman 120
Claiborn 12
Clair 175
Clairborne 86
Clancy 120
Clapp 23
Clark 11. 12. 13.
15.17.21.37.
41. 43. 44. 45,
63. 64. 65. 70.
80. 83. 86. 114.
120. 136. 137. 139.
140. 146. 148. 169.
170. 171. 176. 192.
193. 195
C1aster 120
C1aulin (1) 10
Claxton 159. 188
Clay 14. 55. 136. 175
Clayborne 136
Claybrook 14
Clayton 37. 107. 108.
140. 175. 176. 177.
178
Cleary 120
Cleaves 120
Cleek 175
Clemens 80
Clements 16. 120. 137.
139. 140
Clemmons 37. 175
Clendennon 175
Clifford 120
Clift 156
Clifton 35. 37. 71.
72. 74. 175
Cline 120
Clinkum 120
Clopton 25
Close 43. 65
Cloud 96
Clouston 120
Clow 102
Clower 55
C10yce'120
Coa1ter 73
Coats 20
Cob 26
Cobb 11. 12. 13. 19.
26, 27. 114, 120.
127. 162. 198
Coble 37. 198
Cobler 27
Cochern 143
Cocherns 30
Cochran 83. 93. 97,
120, 127. 136.
141, 178
Cock 120
Cockburne 175
Clckerel 175
Cockerell 175
Cockerill 120
Cocknell 120
Cockran 83, 96. 120,
138. 175, 177
Cockrell 120
Coddington 152
Cody 120. 176
Coe 120. 188
Coffee 23. 24. 93.120
Coffeth 65
Coonse 48
Coffman 175
Coonts 48
Coontz 48
Coggins 137
Coggshall 15
Coop 120
Cohorn 72
Cooper 10. 24. 26.
Coker 70. 175
37. 38. 70. 120,
Colbert 102
127, 129. 136.
Coldwell 83
159. 175. 188
Cope 120 \
Cole 4. 22. 23,
37. 71,83. 127. Copdand 11, 33. 37.
138. 139. 141.
46. 110. 120. 168.
175. 183
171
Coleman 12. 13. 15. Copelin 175
16, 18. 37, 83,
Cop1aq 46
89. 97, 112, 113. Coppage 10
Coppeck 198
114, 120, 140,
156. 169. 170
Coppock 198
Corbet 120
Coley 144
Colier 83, 108. 139 Corcoran 149. 175
Colley 52. 140
Corder 129. 130
Collier 11. 138.
Core 10
145, 188
Coridine 26
Collin 11
Corley 86
Collins 13, 37, 114,Corne1ius 115
116, 120. 140,
Corney 154. 160
178, 188. 190
Cornwall 13
Collum 114
Cornwell 120
Colt 22
Corrie II, 12
Colton 83
Corson 7
Colville 40, 91.120 Cortis 12
Colwell 83
Cosby 140. 177
Coma1 156
Cosky 141
Combs 13, 37
Cossey 177
Comer 35. 73, 105, Cossitt 120
Costello 120
106. 107, 175,
176, 177, 178
Cotes 120
Compton 83. 162
Cothcan 120
Comstock 120
Cothen 71
Conant 120
Cothran 55. 106
Conaway 20
Cotrel 26
Condry 120
Cotre11 27
Cone 149
Cotter 12
Cone11 107
Cotton 83. 120,
Conger 26. 127
154, 160
Conlan 120
Cottrell 35. 37
Conlay 120
Couch 177
Conley 27. 37
Cou1der 65
Conly 174
Coulter 41. 44, 63,
Conn 2. 21
64. 65. 91, 123,
Conne1 10
195
Coulton 177
Connell 120, 141
Connelly 182
Counce 74
Conner 15, 22, 83, Council 177
120, 137
Counts 35, 37, 70,
Connor 65, 120
176. 177
Courtney 37. 38, 70
Connors 20
Connyers 14
Cover1iski 120
Conrad 21
Covey 128
Conway 120, 175
Cowan 37. 98, 158
Cook 10. 23. 35,
198, 199
37. 41, 47, 65,
Cowden 120
Cowdon 21
70, 72, 79, 83,
98, 105, 120. 137,Cowen 73
139, 140. 141,
Cowers 37
144, 152. 172,
Cowin 73
175, 178
Cowley 120
Cooke 59, 105
Cox 27. 37, 46. 61,
72, 83, 120, 136,
Cooksey 93
Coo1y 136
141. 162, 165,
Coonce 48
177, 196
Coonrod 31
Coxe II, 12
Coons 48, 113. 120 Coyle 5
Crabb 60, 65, 67,
177
Crabtree 83, 141
Craddock 76
Craft 120
Cragon 96
Craig 37, 69. 73,
83. 97, 105. 107,
109. 115. 149,
174. 175, 177
Craigan 96
Craighead 128
Craightner 120
Crane 116, 120
Cnnford 37
Cr-anfford 154
Cranius 120
Craven 46, 146
Cravens 140. 141,
143
Cravins 83, 120
Crawford 6, 110,
120. 140, 146,
166, 168, 197
Creagan 96
Creasy 177
Creek 8.3
Creighton 120
Crenshaw 113, 120,
127
Crew 140
Crews 37, 81, 105,
107, 108, 109,
120, '175, 176,
177. 178
Crider 83. Ill, 120
Crlllingdon 139
Crim 120
Crisp 14. 38. 39.
69, 152
Cristy 11
Crockett 36, 55. 83.
97, 136. 139, 154,
164
Crofford 37 • 177
Cromwell 13. 37, 120
Cronan 120
Crook 165. 177
Croom 14
Croone 13
Crosen 120
Cross 37. 83, 97,
120, 131, 136.
177, 190
Crosse 159
Crosser 138
Crossland 120
Crosson 22
Crossthwait 177
Crosthwaite 37
Crother 14
Crow 37, 74, 83. 136
Crowbar 120
Crowder 12. 14. 75,
78, 177
Crowdis 60
Crowe1 12
Crowner 46
Cruice 136
Crum 83
Crump 3, 20. 99,
120, 135
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Crutcher 120
Cubbins 120
Culbert 120
Culbreth 10, 11, 37, 71
Cu1brith 11
Cullins 120
Cullom 88
Cumberland 83
Cumby 24
CUDDl1ins 21, 110
CUDDl1ings 83, 110, 177
Cunningan 137
Cunningham 16, 20, 35,
37, 38, 70, 72, 73,
97, 120, 177, 188,
199
Cunnyngham 148
Curnutt 2
Currey 55, 115
Currie 136
Currin 120
Curry 14, 37, 57, 139,
176, 177, 182
Curtice 175, 176
Curtis 3, 37, 120, 175,
176, 178
Cusick 11
Cussans 55
Custer 57
Cutbirth 176
Cuthbert 16·
Cutler 83, 120, 136
- DDabney 179
Dacy 120
Daily 120
Dale 27, 32, 91, 93,
120, 127, 162, 163
Daley 120
DaHon 11
Da1Hs 120
Dalton 37, 39, 72, 73,
91, 93, 103, 145,
174, 176
Dame 174, 176
Damerin 141
Dameron 162
Damon 11
Damron 81, 83, 90
Danberry 120
Danbury 21
Dancy 10
Danforth 66, 67, 125
Daniel 11, 37, 120,
139, 148, 176
Danie1d 152
Daniels 120
Daniells 152
Danley 37, 176
Darbes 57
Darby 23
Darden 48
Dardis 120
Darling 139
Darmon 11, 136
Darnold 140
Darragh 24
Dashiell 120
Dashiett 120
Daugherty 49
Daughtry 176, 178
Dermont 121
Daulton 69
Deshazen 139
Davenport 37, 120, Deshee 27
Detherage 65
136
David 120
Devasure 107
Davidson 20,37, 40,Devau1t 7
47, 67, 74, 98,
Dever 67, 122, 176
120, 124, 138,176 Deveraux 83
Davie 154
Devine 100
Davis 12, 13, 15,
Devore 164
22, 27, 31, 36,
Devorixs 83
37,38,45,47,
Dew 14
67, 69, 70, 72,
Dews 14
74, 79, 83, 93,
Dewson 57
99, 105, 106,
Deweast 176
108, 109, 112,
Dial 23, 36, 38,
114, 116, 120,
39, 69, 176
122~ 127, 128,
Dibbere11 83
136, 137, 138,
Dibere11 83
140, 146, 147,
Dice 26
149, 150, 152,
Dick 141
Dickason 200
162, 163, 169,
174, 175, 176,
Dickens 121
177, 178, 179,
Dickenson 42, 166
180, 188, 195
Dickerson 11, 83,
Davison 65, 85
105, 200
Davus 120
Dickey 11, 176, 178
Dary 13, 32, 83
Dickie 178
Daws 200
Dickinson 41, 115
Dawson 45, 67, 75, Dickson 37, 38, 39,
78, 83, 120, 122,
55, 72, 74, 81,
139,192
83, 107, 121,
Dawsons 30
170. 175, 178
Dicus 178
Day 35, 36, 38,
39, 69, 71, 74,
Dicky 83
102, 106, 107,
Diggs 62, 114
120, 128, 176
Di1ahunt 83
Dayton 120
Dill 91,93, 121
Deadrick 24
Dillahunty 62
Dean 14
Dillard 121
Dearing 176, 177
Di11iard 11, 26
Deason 36
Dillion 83
Deaton 10
Dillon 91, 121
Deavenport 37, 176 Di110ns 83
Defoe 176
Dimpsy 121
Deck 83
Dinning 83
Dega1ia 120
Dishonghn 178
Dehart 120
Dinsmore 99
Delaney 83
Dismal 14
Delany 83
Dismukes 13
Delap 12
Ditto 91, 93
De1k 176
Diver 195
Dell 198
Divine 100
De11afie1d 120
Diviney 121
Deloach 83, 120
Dixon 11, 20, 21,
83, 87, 89, 91,
Demaha 120
Demperwo1y 120
93, 121, 178
Dempsy 143
Dobbins 37, 106, 178
Demris 120
Dobbs 65, 66, 91,
Denbigh 155
156, 158
Dobbins 178
Denew 120
Denneha 121
Dobyns 13, 20
Dennevant 57
Dodd 15, 83, 121,
Denning 81, 83, 136
136, 137
Denny 30, 31, 121, Dodds 83
136
Dodson 83, 137, 143,
Densford 121
145
Denson 198
Doeb1ar 121
Doherty 83, 138
Dent 20, 121, 142
Denton 23, 35, 163 Do1ahite 84
Depriest 176
Do1bear 121
DePriest 38
Do11a1ite 143
Donaho 121, 127
Donahoo 37
Donaldson 96, 121
Donelson 17, 22,41,
65, 66, 67, 84,
122, 123, 192, 194
Donnel 91
Donoho 26, 93, 121
Dooley 121
Dooly 121
Dooms 137
Doran 16
Dorch 136
Dorion 23
Doshier 96
Dosier 121
Doss 64, 67, 150
Dotson 38, 84, 178
Doud 13, 140
Dougans 145
Dougherty 84, 121,
129
Dough1as 127
Douglas 84, 90, 91,
93, 166
Douglass 26, 38, 48,
88, 105, 115, 121,
~28, 130, 145,
162, 163
Doclthet 64
Dow 121
Dowd 84
Dowdy 121
Dowel 31
Dowell 98, 100, 200
Dowen 178
Dowdy 10, 13
Down 35
Downing 13
Downs 38, 70
Dowthet 194
Doyal 72, 178
Doyle 121
Drake II, 16, 150
Drechsler 8
Drennen 13
Drennon 16, 17
Drew 80, 83, 121,
137
Drewery 143
Drewry 81, 83, 141,
143
Driver 121
Drivmi11er 121
Drobb1ebres 81
Drollinger 136
Druiggins 159
DrUDDl10nd 121
Ducane 141
Duck 9
Ducker 178
Du~kworth 11, 12, 71,
171
Dudley 3, 57, 84,
136, 140
Dud1y 84
Dueast 178
Duffell 139
Duffie 155
Duffield 36
Duffy 121
Duger 178
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Duggan 121
Dugger 178
Duke 27, 84, 140
Dukemenier 48
Dulaney 84
Dulany 84
Dumrel 121
Dunahoo 39
Dunavant 23
Dunaway 141
Duncan 35, 38, 70,
71,91,106,107,
121, 127, 145, 146,
162, 178, 196
Dungan 99
Dunham 67, 84
Dunlap 15, 16, 38,
66, 67, 69, 73,
121, 141, 183
Dunlop 66
Dunn 48, 78, 84, 121
Dunning 84, 140, 141
Dunscomb 23
Dupey 162
Dupont 121
Dupre 61
Dupree 12, 121
Dupy 27
Durbin 35, 38, 84,.
108
·Durby 178
Durham 10, 50, 146,
lSD, 178
During 172
Durrett 178
Duvall 22, 121
Dyer 21, 26, 27, 88,
128, 130, 188
Dyson 121
- EEagle 84, 137
Earles 178
Earls 84
.Ear1y 141, 157, 184
Earwood 39, 178
Easley 175
Eas1y 13
Eason 14
Easor 96
East 184
Eastland 156
Eastman 55
Eaton 38, 178
Eaves 84, 138, 178
Ebberts 184
Eblin 84
Echerman 184
Ecker1y 22
Ecko1d 127
Eddings 13
Eddington 91
Eddins 34, 35
Edgar 184
Edgerly 184
Ed1eman 71, 73
Edmandson 80
Edmiston 35, 38, 70,
72, 74, lOS, 108,
109, 174, 175, 177,
178
Ethridge 37, 38, 70, Ferald 84
Edmond 184
178
Ferebee 26, 76
Edmonds 184
Fergus 156
Edmondson 136, 184 Etly 184
Ferguson 26, 27,
Edmonson 15, 40, 84 Eugene 184
Evans 14, 15, 38, 45, 184
Edmonston 84, 158
57, 91, 105, lOb, Ferrell 26, 49,
Edmundson 38, 139
108, 141, 174, 176, 177
Edney 14
178, 184, 188, 196 Ferris 89
Edwards 13, 14, 16,
Evens 141
Few 91
24, 34, 35, 38,
70, 84, 136, 137, Everett 76, 84, 137, Field 10
138, 197
Fielder 84, 138
138, 184
Everson 184
Fields 84, 138,
Eelbeck 76
Evett 122
184
Egan 184
Evins 175
Fiex 184
Eggleston 15
EWing 17, 93, 96
Fifeny 38
Egnew 84
Exum 75
Filden 184
E1am 26, 50, 55,
Eysick 184
Finch 84, 138,
141, 184
Ezell 36, 38, 74,
140, 141, 155,
E1bom 43, 63
136, 138, 140,
176
E1can 11, 184
178
Fincher 166
Elder 11, 136, 178
Findlay 122
Eldridge 23, 24, 84 Ezzell 84
Findley 37
Eliott 141
Finesse 184
Elledge 100
- F Finison 84
Elleson 84
Fink 184
Elliott 10, 11, 12, Fagg 150
Finley 106, 184
15, 84, 182, 183, Faha 184
Fain 184
Finney 38
184, 188, ioo
Finnie 22, 184
Ellis 26, 44, 100, Fairbush 84
Fairfield 184
Finny 184
107,108,122,
Fairless 200
Firches 6
136, 139, 178,
Falkner 14
Firrell 84
184, 196
Fall 23, 84
Firth 184
Ellsberry 56
Fisacker1y 15
Ellison 27, 69, 71, Fa1lace 184
Fisher 38, 39, 70,
93, 162, 178, 184 Falls 24, 184
107, 164, 185
Falwell 184
E1mon 15
Fallwood 184
Fite 31, 88
Elmore 15, 114
Fanall 184
Fitzgen1d 109, 184
Elrod 10
Fanning 38
Fitzpatrick 184
Elston 91, 127
Fans 184
Flack 20, 84
Elton 73
Flaherty 115, 184
Fare 84
Ely 136
Fargason 24, 91
Flake 38
Emanuel 184
Flakes 38
Farless 136
Emerson 178, 184
F1anegan 184
Farmer 38, 39, 70,
Emery 152
Flanigan 184
72, 73, 74, 79,
Emmerson 162
80, 84, 137, 138, F1anner 184
EJIIoons 184
F1avio 184
139, 143
Emns 38
Fleming 22, 23, 78,
Farmers 84
Enfle 155
128, 184
England 87, 114,145 Farnsworth 184
Flemming 84, 136,
Farre 84
Eng1ey 184
158, 184
English 38, 184,197 Farrell 184
Flemmings 184
Farrier 161
Ennis 20, 22
F1eshardt 184
Farrington 13, 18,
Eno 184
Fletcher 140, 141,
184
Enos 184
165, 184
Farris 12, 184
Ensley 23
Fling 184
Fassett 184
Epps 130
Flinn 184
Fathy 10
Erb 25
Flippen 87, 88
Fauber 184
Erls 84
Flippo 175
Erwin 38, 153, 184, Faulkner 184
Flood 71, 73
Fawbush 84
196
Florian 184
Fawcett 122, 124
Escue 178
Flournoy 38, 70
Fay1e 184
Eskew 108, 178
Flowers 13, 93
Fee 155
Eskridge 57
Floyd 14, 38, 49,
Fee10n 184
Eslinger 148
105, 107, 175,
Feely 184
Esom 184
176
Fellabeas 26, 27
Esselman 159
Fluker 198
Felton 184
Estes 15, 18, 23,
Fly 141, 168, 170
38, 39, 141, 178 Fel ts 14, 136
Flynn 139, 184
Fendler 184
Espy 184
Fogarty 184
Fenix 139
Estill 86
Fogerty 184
Fennell 94
Etheredge 184
Fogg 150, 184
Etheridge 10, 80,84,Fenton 184
Fo1denburg 38
Fentress 2
139, 141
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Freeman (con 't) 144,Gardner (con't) 124,
Folger 184
136, 137, 139,
164, 184, 197
Foljambe 76
Freiby 122
140, 142, 184
Folk 84
Garison 84
Freily 43
Folks 140
Freirson 184
Garnon 184
Folly 84
Garland 166
French 174, 179,
Fondren 38, 70, 72
Garlington 98
180, 181
Fontaine 23, 24
Garner 37, 38, 57,
Frey 184
Fonville 38, 136
Frick 184
71, 74, 84, 99,
Foot 184
Friddle 102
107, 108, 141
Fooutch 31
Garnett 136
Frield 137
Forbes 38, 71, 184
Frields 84
Garret 11, 14, 15,
Forbis 178
Friend 13, 191
25, 33, 70
Forbus 184
Garrett 33, 50, 94,
Frierson 61, 184
Ford 16, 27, 55, 84,
Frifagh 184
159, 167, 177, 184
91, 93, 129, 162,
Frith 184
Garrison 84, 91, 93,
184
Fritz 148, 184
161, 163, 184
Fordemark 184
Gartner 84
Frizell 139
Fore 84, 93, 139,
Garvin 184
Frizzell 139, 140
Gary 76
Froeman 129
141
Foree 84
Frost 22, 98
Gaskey 184
Forest 70, 142
Gaskins 11, 84, 136
Fry 197
Forester 40, 88
Gaston 24, 26, 128
Fudge 141
Gate 26
Forgey 35
Fugate 38, 176
Forman 130
Fu1ghaln 96
Gately 154
Forrester 40, 91
Fulghum 75, 76, 77, Gates 26, 93
78
Gatewood 38, 139
Forrist 11
Forster 84 , 139, 140
Fuller 107, 141, 143Gatlin 38
Fort 10
Furchaee 6
Gatti 1
Gauge 38
Furches 6
Fortiner 13
Furguson 106
Gautney 198
Fortner 18
Furlong 27, 139,
Gay 81, 139, 184
Foster 4, 27, 32, 38,
162, 184
Gayer 184
43, 44, 45, 73, 91,
Fuqua 184
Gayle 16, 33, 163,
116, 122, 145, 148,
Fussell 22
184, 197
157, 162, 184
Gaze 184
Futcher6
Fotts 15
Gee 38
Futrel 38
Foucher 6
Geers 97
Futrell 70
Foulquier 6
GeUaspie 84
Foulk 184
Gellispie 99
Foulkes 184
- GGenett 184
Foushee 57
Gentry 138
Gabel 38
Foust 38, 105
George 10, 36, 38,
Fowler 26, 77, 81, 84. Gable 177
Gadsden 184
84, 184
86, 137, 140, 141,
German 16
Gage 184
184
Gertner 84
Gaily 84
Fowlkes 142, 184
Getman 184
Gaines 5, 55, 73,
Fow1ks 184
157, 184
Geton 39
Fox 57, 184
Gains 139, 184
r.hentworth 194
Foy 184
Gaint 106
Gholson 184
Fraime 184
Gibb 12
Gdr 184
Fraine 146, 150
Gibbins 177
Gairy 184
Framk 73
Gaither 36, 38
Gibbons 191
France 33
Gale 26, 27, 128,
Gibbs 13, 84, 87,
Francia1a 184
138, 184
Francis 22, 138
184
Gales 140
Gibert 84
Francoila 184
Galey 84, 141, 191 Gibson 10, 13, 38,
Francoile 184
Gallagher 21
39, 46, 48, 71,
Frank 23
Franklin 11, 31, 84,
Gallaher 175, 178
73, 84, 136, 184,
152, 170, 171
Gallaway 22, 159
185, 196
Franks 38, 70, 73, 109 Galloway 22, 24, 25,Giden 84
Fraser 61
38, 156, 157
Gideon 39
Franciola 21
Galoway 84, 139
Gift 185
Ga1tman 184
Frayser 24, 184
Gilbert 38, 47, 72,
Gambling 154, 160
Frazer 22, 57
74, 81, 84, 97,
Ganbrell 38
Frazer 88
106, 108, 136,
Frazier 9, 167
Gandolfo 184
141, 147, 176, 197
Ganes 84
Frazies 57
Gilbreath 156, 158
Frederic 184
Gann 13, 15
Gilchrist 159
Gardins 84
Frederick 33
Giles 185
Freeman 12, 13, 14, 21, Gardner 12, 55, 64, Gilham 176
26, 84, 137, 139, 140, 79, 81, 84, 123, Gilkey 188
Gill 38, 93, 138,
185
Gillaspie 84
Gillenwaters 99
Gillespie 115, 156
Gilley 1, 96
Gilliam 75, 89
Gillis 185
Gillorn 185
Gillium 139
Gillum 78, 115,
140, 143
GilLman 185
Gilmore 49, 105
Gilmour 185
Giluspice 175
Gimmer 185
Giuan 185
Ginnings 185
Gist 36,37,38,
69, 74
Givans 162
Given 84, 93
Givens 27
Gladney 100
Glancy 185
Glascock 84
Glasgow 80, 84, 138
Glass 80, 84, 136,
139, 185
Gleason 137
Gleeson 84, 142
Glen 6
Glenn 136, 140
G1entwood 63, 123
G1entworth 42, 63,
123
Glidden 185
Glidwell 185
Glincamp 185
Glindkamp 185
G1obbe1 175
Glover 11, 31, 38,
39, 91, 93, 114,
115, 188
Gniger 184
Goddard 148
Godon 30
Godsay 185
Goff 175, 177
Goforth 69
Goldsby 84
Go1sby 84
Gospel 178
Goss 188
Gooch 185
Good 136
Goodall 27, 88; 91,
93, 162, 185
Goodbar 21
Goodbread 100
Goodlett 185
Goodman 107, 185
Goodner 31
Goodrich 55
Goodrow 94
Goodwin 21, 22, 129,
185
Gookins 185
Goolsby 136, 141
Goolston 123, 194
Gorden 26, 84, 107
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Gordon 11, 12, 16, 19,
27, 30, 31, 32, 38,
39,84, 88, 91, 106,
107, 108, 178
Gorman 185
Gosnell 38
Goss 16
Gossitt 185
Gosllby 84
Gosseby 84
Gotard 185
Gott 67
Gotz 185
Gowen 34, 162
Gower 37, 38, 108,
175, 177, 197
Grace 154, 185
Grade 185
Grady 185
Graff 84
Gragson 12
Graham 16, 22, 141.
185
Gra1ter 185
Grammer 16
Granade 26, 91
Granger 185
Grant 185. 196
Grantman 185
Grasty 164
Grave 185
Graves 13, 48, 75,
76. 115. 185
Gray 10, 11. 35. 38,
39. 84, 107, 110.
113, 115, 138, 169,
170. 171. 185
Grayham 123, 192
Green 12, 13, 14, 16,
18, 27, 35, 37. 38,
39, 41, 45, 73, 84,
108, 141. 185, 195
Greene 185
Greenhau 39
Greenhaw 38. 108. 176
Gx-een1aw 185
Greenwood 38
Greer 27, 84, 85, 87,
91, 93. 121. 123,
149
Gregory 11, 31, 49,
91, 198
Grenade 27
Grenaway 36
Gresham 38. 39. 71,
73, 74
Grice 185
Gridley 10, 185
Grifen 129
Griffen 185
Griffin 10, 14, 21,
36, 73, 106, 141,
152. 185, 190
Griffith 42, 85. 88.
123, 137, 185
Grigg 85
Griggs 85
Grim 185
Grimes 37, 39, 56,
99, 122
Grinders 85
Grisham 109, 176
Grissom 106, 174,176Ha11 (con't) 88, 93,
122, 123, 124,
Grisson 11
125, 137, 138,
Grisaum 39
177, 185, 192,
Gritt 185
193, 194, 195,
Groff 58, 85
197, 198
Grogan 93
Halliburton 15
Groomer 200
Grooms 85, 141, 199 Halliday 93
Hallman 93
Grosvenor 22, 185
Ha110dy 93
Grove 16
Hallum 89, 93, 161
Grubbs 103
Halstead 185
Gruber 185
Ham 107, 109
Grundy 113
Hamback 139
Grurst 185
Hamblen 142
Gryant 185
Hamblins 85
Guest 11, 38
Hambrick 71
Guff 185
Hamel 13
Guilbert 32
Hamets 15
Guilfay 185
Hamil 12, 14, 15
Guin" 85
Hamilton 39, 41, 71,
Guinn 108, 177
81, 84. 115, 130,
Guion 185
141, 164. 198
Gullet 185
Hamlet 178
Gunnon 185
Hamlin 85, 137
Gunter 85, 136
Hamling 85
Gunt1ach 16, 17
Hammer 145, 199
Guthery 105
Hammers1y 96
Guthrie 11, 165
Hammond 36
Guttherz 21
Hammonds 39, 73,105,
Guygen 13
145. 177
Gwen 85
Hammons 10, 17, 38,
Gwin 26
69
Gwinn 26, 108, 109,
Hamner 13, 185
176
Gwyn 38, 115. 116, Hams1ey 37
Hampton 39, 167
117
Hancock 12, 185
Gwynn 22
Hand 185
Gyst 39
Handcock 33
Handmon
139
- H Handworker 185
Hackney 185
Haney 170, 185
Hacksma 48
Hanigan 185
Hadaway 185
Hankins 10, 65. 124,
Hafford 12, 114
193
Hanks 70, 74, 84
Hagan 35
Hagans 39
Hanna 81, 136
Hagent 85
Hannah 107, 185
Hager 138
Hanner 105
Hagerty 185
Hannon 185
Haggard 85, 136
Hansbrough 48
Haggins 36
Hansil 185
Haggot 85
Hapton 185
Hail 36, 37, 39, 69,Hara1son 18
70, 71, 72, 73,74,Harberger 199
106, 108, 109,
Harbert 20
176
Harbin 185
Haines 22
Hardeman 78
Hainline 85
Harden 26, 176
Ha1b 145
Hardin 49, 81, 116,
Hale 23.43, 57, 64, 141, 185
67, 124, 125, 127,Harding 23, 57
163, 185, 195, 199Hardwick 31, 84
Haley 20, 43, 124, Hardy 11
125, 185
Hare 69
Halford 35, 36, 37, Harget 14
38, 39, 71, 73,
Hargis 128, 172,173
74, 87, 178
Hargrave 13
Halk 185
Hargrove 96, 188
Hall 10, 12, 13, 20,Har1ey 124
22, 38, 42, 43,
Harlow 39. 72
58, 64, 67, 85,
Harman 138, 139, 141
Harmil 12
Harmon 10, 84, 136,
141
Harper 11, 12, 13,
26,30, 31, 32,
128, 129, 185
Harpool 85
Harrel IS, 85
Harrell 14, 185
Harrelson 13, 25,
39, 74
Harrill 10, 12
Harris, 11, 12, 15,
22, 23, 24, 39,
48,59,63,73,
85, 97, 99, 103,
128, 136, 137,
141, 149, 164,
185, 199
Harrison 3, 4, 14,
23, 32, 38, 72,
150, 185, 188,
199
Harry 24
Harsh 23
Harston 11
Hartford 25
Hart 12, 18, 39,
85, 93, 140,
144, 185, 189
Hart1edge 185
Hartman 50, 112,
169
HartsfIeld 196
Hartwell 38. 178
Hartwick 39, 72
Hartwig 185
Harver 185
Harvey 10. 85, 91,
185
Harvy 162
Hartwick 36
Harwell 74, 107,
176
Haskell 115
Haskins 14, 16, 17,
68, 185
Hasting/! 185
Hatch 185
Hatcher 185
Hathaway 185
Hatler 85. 139, 141
Hatlers 85
Havens 198
Haver 185
Havins 198
Haward 185
Hawk 85
Hawkins 15, 39. 87,
112, 140, 169,
171, 185
Hawks 85, 138, 144,
185
Hawley 185
Hawthorn 185
Hawthorne 185
Hawood 12
Hay 10, 12, 185
Haydon 185
Hayes 2, 39, 61, 93,
103, 109, 177
Hayley 49, 97, 146
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85, 88, 89, lOS, 177
Haynie 26. 32, 89, 91,
127
Haywood 13
Hays 27,39, 84, 91,
93, 139, 140, 141,
156, 163, 175, 185
Hazel 185
Hazell 85
Hazelwood 139
Hazen 27
Hazle 85
Hazlerig 144
Head 85, 140, 174
Heard 123, 124
Hearn 185
Heath 3, 14, 85,
185, 198
Heathcock 10, 15, 16
Hedspeth 144
Heffington 4, 107, 174,
175
Hegnight 85
Hdd1e 185
Helldbreder 198
Heiskell 22, 23
Heistan 185
He1dridge 69
He1monto1er 3D, 91
Helton 72, 95, lOS,
177
Hemon 39
Hemphill 10, 69
Henacre 185
Hencely 69
Henderson 22, 39, 74,
85, 113, 140, 169,
185
Hendrick 144
Hendricks 55, 115
Hendrickson 57
Hendrix 55, 71, 85,
138, 139, 178
Henegar 148
Henket 185
Henkle 185
Henley 14, 15
Hennessee 185
Hennessis 185
Hennessy 185
Henny 14
Henry 15, 36, 37, 39.
46, 71, 85, 128,
136, 168, 169, 185
Hense1ey 185
Hensley 39, 70, 177
Henson 39, 64
Herald 85
Hera1dson 39
Hera1son 37. 39
Heralston 36
Herbers 185
Herbert 21, 78, 185
Herd 85, 141
Herin 143
Hern 138, 140
Herndon 185
Herrald 141
Herra1ston 70
Herrin 39, 69, 70,
105, 106, 108,
Herrin (can't) 177, Hodges 28, 163, 164 Hoss 143
178
Hodgin 124
Hotchkiss 43, 64,
124
Herring 12. 74
Hodgson 42, 67, 124,
Hotoway 186
Herrod 32
126, 192
Herron 185
Hoff 152
Houghton 186
··House 10, 85, 140,
Hertzler 63
Hoffman 171
144
Hester 108. 140,185 Hogan 88, 91, 127,
Houston 114, 149,
Hetamer 74
163
186
Hewes 85
Hoge 38, 39, 44,
Houser 55, 175
Hewitt 23. 85, 185
64, 124, 126,
Hews 57,85
192
Houstons 85
Howard 11, 15, 39,
Hibbets 128
Hogg 36, 72
69. 70, 72, 85,
Hibetts 161
Hogler 186
87, 89, 139, 140,
Hibbits 93
Hogrife 186
Hickenbottom 124
Holbrook 16
163, 177, 186,
197
Hickey 185
Holcomb 174, 186
Howcott 186
Hickinbottom 123
Holden 186
Hickman 185
Holder 186
Howe 25
Hicks 38, 39. 64,
Holeman 63, 124
Howe1 128. 129, 136
69, 139, 175,
Holladay 91, 97, 99 Howell 12, 13, 16,
]85, 196, 197
Hol1ady 91
45. 175, 199
Hide 72, 85
Holland 13, 26, 39, Howerton 150
Howorton 85
Higbee 20, 21. 22,
70, 72, i'3, 128,
23
188
Hubard 85
Higgini 85,. 185
Hollingsworth 2
Hubbard 13, 28, 53,
Higgs 39, 109, 140, Hollis 38, 39. 197
85, 89, 115, 136.
163, 179, 180,
176
Holland 12, 36
High 91, 93
Holloway 13, 39,
181. 200
Hubert 152
Highsaw 85
70, 108
Huchins 139
Hight 71
Holly 85, 186'
Huchinson 137
Hightower 10, 71,
Holman 172
185
Holmes 9, 24, 186
Huchison 138, 139
Huckabee 12
Hildreth lOS, 107
Ho1ms 91
Hilfer 185
Ho10way 124
Huckaby 107
Hudgens 55. 172
Hill 10, 15, 16, lS,Ho1st 186
22, 23, 35, 39,
Holster 186
Hudgins 104
72, 73, 74, 85,
Holt 3, 13, 22, 39, Hudson 61, 100,
106, 186, 198
lOS, 106, 136,
85, 124, 164,
Hudspeth 147
138, 139, 140,
176, 186
Hueur 186
174, 185
Ho1tsford 109
Huez 85
Hillhouse 35, 69,
Honeycut 139
70, 72
Honeyman 13
Huff 186
Huffman 186
Hilliard 115, 124, Hood 13, 15, 74,
Hufman 186
194
85. 137
Hillis 81, 141
Hoodenpy1e 64, 65,
Hufscutz1er 186
Huggins 80, 85.
Hills 186
124, 125
Hi11smans 186
Hoofman 186
107. 140
Himby 85
Hooker 26, 148
Hughes 10. 16, 18,
Hinds 39, 52
Hooks 93
25. 55, 74, 85,
Hinds1ey 73. 105
Hooper 12
89, 90. 96. 98.
144, 147, ISO,
Hines 10. 186
Hoover 85, 159. 200
Hines1y 10
Hooves 41
155. 164. 176,
Hink1en 145
Hope 76, 186
184, 186, 199
Hinsley 37. 39, 106 Hopkins 16, 85, 141, Hughlett 85
Hughs 11, 12, 14,
Hinson 125
178, 180, 181,
32. 36, 39, 105
Hinton 14, 91
182, 183
Hipple 186
Hopper 11. 139. 143 Hulbert 186
Hull 24, 131, 186
Hird 85
Hopton 186
Hirsch 186
Horah 186
Hulton 186
Hirsh 186
Hord 91
Hume 186
Humphreys 15, 55, 186
Hisaw 141
Horn 12, 39, 173,
Humphries 35, 188
Hiso 100
177
Hundley 186
Hita 186
Hornback 141
Hitch 198
Hornbeak 81, 85, 143 Hungerford 136, 139
Hunley 147
Hite 21
Horne 163
Hitt 108
Horn1ey 136
Hunt 1, 60, 74, 85.
Hittacre 186
Horsley 179, 180, 186 186
Hunter 11, 12, 21,
Hixon 122. 123, 124,Horsly 138
125
Horton 69, 80, 85,
37. 109, 115,
lIS, 138, 139, 144
125, 141
Hixson 195
Huntsman 140
Hoard 91
Hosha11 23
Hurley 97, 186
Hobbs 186
Hoskins 4
-211Hurst 39, 107
Huson 125
Hustan 186
Hutchens 186
Hutchenson 39, 124
Hutcherson 39
Hutcheson 11, 36, 64,
70, 72, lOS, 108,
109, 124, 125, 174,
175, 176, 177, 195
Hutchison II, 15, 186,
194
Hutson 4, 100, 173
Hutton 76, 186
Hyatt 186
Hyde 186
Hyer 186
Hynds 140
- I -
(
Iddins 186
Imes 186
Ind 186
Inge 31
Ingle 186
Ingles 57
Ingling 186
Ingram 70, 88, 108,
178, 188
Inman 37, 70, 74,
85, 177
Inson 99
Irby 72, 85
Irvin 139, 186
Irvine 35, 85
Isaacs 35
Isbe1 188
Isbell 47, 181, 187
Ishma1 186
Israel 85
Ives 186
Ivey 61
Ivy 12, 13, 15
- J -
Jack 99, 186
Jackson 4, II, 13,
16, 22, 26, 33,
34, 36, 38, 46,
63, 69, 85, 91,
93, 106, 115, 124,
139, 140, 148, 175,
177, 178, 186, 188
Jacobs 11, 48, 186
James 35, 69, 89, 91,
176, 186
Jameson 186
Jamieson 186
Jamison 26, 85, 88,
186
Jane 37
Janes (Jones?) 163
Janney 3
Jarnigan 186
Jarratt 75
Jarret 13, 55
Jarrett 164
Jay 173
Jean 186
Jeannin 186
Jefferson 54, 179 Jourden 86
Jeffreys 13, 93
Joy 21
Jeggetts 186
Joyce 69
Jenkins 13, 26, 29, Joyner 12, 13,
80, 81, 91, 121,
16, 167
129, 136, 139,
Julian 67, 86,
140, 141, 143,
125, 157
186
Ju1ich 3
Jennings 85, 99,136,Ju1in 136, 141,144
149, 186, 197
Jurdon 10, 15
Jenny 186
Justiss 197
Jeno 37
Jerinto 3
- KJerry 186
Jesse 2
Kacy 86
Jeter 10, 140, 186 Kaerper 186
Jeton 85
Kaffman 186
Jetton 85, 169
Kail 14
Jewell 186
Ka1tmann 186
Jewett 186
Kanaday 39
Jight 186
Kana(?)ore 175
Jimison 140
Kane 37
Jinings 85
Kaner 186
Jinkins IS, 85, 141 Karr 14, 21, 22,
Job 199
26, 186
Jobe 69
Kasky 32
John 186
Kavanaugh 29, 92
Johns 27, 28, 39,
Kattman 186
163
Kay 186
Johnson 7, 10, 13, Kearney 186
14, IS, 16, 18,
Keath 97
21, 22, 23, 24,
Keat1y 16
26, 28, 35, 37,
Keaton 186
39,46, 49, 57,
Kechmon 141
57, 60, 65, 66,
Keck 102
Keedy 126
69, 70, 71, 72,
73, 74, 81, 85,
Kee1am (Ke110n) 69
91, 97, lOS, 106, Kee1en 69
124, 128, 137,
Keeley 16
Keeling 177, 186
138, 140, 141,
143, 148, 159,
Keen 86
163, 172, 173,
Keese 71, 74
174, 186, 194,
Keeton 69
197 '
Keever 186
Johnston 71, 88,162.Keho 186
Keif 186
186
Joiner 186
Keisacker 186
Jolly 26, 85, 138 Keith 44, 46, 63,
Jones 9, 10, 11, 12, 97, 195
13, 14, IS, 16,
Keller 186
18, 19, 21, 22,
Kelley 56, 73
23, 24, 25, 28,
Kellough 86
29, 30, 31, 38,
Kelly 11, 20, 34,
39, 43, 46, 61,
39, 69, 73, 96,
69, 72, 74, 80,
99, 106, 107,
125, 139, 140,
85, 86, 90, 91,
93, 106, 107,
174, 176, 177,
ii4, 116, 117,
178, 186
121, 125, 127,
Kelsey 177
130, 136, 137,
Kelso 10, 29
138, 139, 140,
Keltner 70
141, 144, 148,
Kelton 146, 150, 186
152, 159, 161,
Kember1y 186
163, 165, 174,
Kemmer 193
175, 186, 188,
Kemp 81, 86, 141
196, 197
Kendall 16
Jonikin(?) 10
Kendrick 69
Joplin 86, 140
Kenedy 14, 37, 86,
Jordan 12, 57, 69,
128, 139
122
Kenley 11, 169
Jorden 86
Kenman 136
Joslin 100
Kenneday 23
Kennedy 81, 106,
174, 175, 178,
186
Kennet 186
Kent 99
Kentucky 86
Kenny 10
Kerby 28, 127, 162
Kereby 26
Kerley 126
Kerns 186
Keroth 186
Kerr 110, 130, 143,
168, 170, 171
Kersey 125
Kershaw 32
Kershner 3
Kert1y 12
Ketchum 126
Key 76, 93, 94,
161
Kichen 198
Kidd 186
Kierolf 186
Kiker (Kyker) 50
Kilburn 37, 39, 71,
108, 109, 174,
178
Kllebrew 139
Kilgore 138, 139
Kllgores 79
Klloagh 138
Killhreath 86
Ki11ebrews 79, 86
Kll11t (1) 12
Killough 86
Kimb1.e 186
Kimbrell 69
Kimbro 121, 159
Kimmer 125, 126
Kimpel 52
Kimzey 56
Kincaid 199
Kincannon 149
Kinche10w 186
Kindall 86
Kindel 186
Kindred 86, 139, 142
King 14, 22, 26, R6,
112, 129, 137,
141, 147, 168,
169, 186, 197
Kinny 17
Kingston 186
Kingwell 186
Kinner 186
Kinsmer 64
Kirbey 15
Kirby 11, 50, 186,
196
Kirk 38, 69, 106,
178, 186, 188
Kirkland 29, 186
Kirklen 145, 193
Kirtley 186
Kirklin 64, 126
Kirkney 12
Kirkpatrick 86
Kirksey 69
Kirwan 186
Kirkwood 86
Kiser 186
-212~
Kiskler 64
Kitchen 92
Kitchet 186
Kittner 15
Kitton 137
Kittson 186
Klein 20
Klice 16
Klinck 186
Klingaman 197
Klutts 86
Klyce 13, 14, 105
Knapp 21, 186
Knight 99, 140, 145,
146, 150, 160,
186, 199
Knott 188
Knotts 93
Knowls 92
Knox 22, 137, 186
Kolle 100
Koonce 12, 14, 159
Koone 14
Kosure 38
Kraft 155, 186
Krafft 186
Kraus 196
Krin1and (1) 15
Kroger 186
Kroh 186
Kunkle 20
Kusack 186
Kutch 69
Kuykendoll 26
Kyle 30, 31, 32, 86
- L Labcas 140
Labender 186
Labon 187
Lacewell 86, 138
Lacey 129, 183
Lack 32
Lackett 186
Lackey 10, 99, 108
LaCroix 69
Lacy 26
Lacey 49
Ladd 156, 158, 186
Ladyman 136
Lafawn 144
Lafon 140
Laird 186, 192, 193
Lake 92, 93, 114, 128
Lakey 39, 48, 86, 98
Laky 86
Lamar 198
Lamb 41, 61, 90, 122,
123, 144, 187, 192,
193, 194, 195
.
Lambert 114, 187, 200
Lamberson 187
Lambeth 102
Lamphier 187
Lampkin 6
Lampley 99
Lancaster 26, 28, 29,
39, 69, 70, 93, 130,
163, 176
Lancet 187
Land 69, 187
Landers 18, 148,159 Lectire 187
Lively 159
Lecture 187
Livelys 8
Landmart 138
Landrum 86, 137,
Ledbetter 69, 187
Livistcr 138
138, 139
Ledgerwood 96
Lloyd 121
Lee 10, 16, 69,
Loag 69
Lane 15, 16, 86,
136, 153, 186
70, 86, 100,
Lockard 69
140, 166, 187,
Lockart 69
Laneham 13
191, 194
Locke 37, 69, 115,
Langh1ey 195
Langley 86, 193
Leftes 128
164, 187, 188
Lang1y 63, 86
Lehman 187
Lockett 187
Langston 93, 131,
Leigh 47, 57, 69,
LodWick 187
149, 187
115, 137, 150
Lofland 187
Lanier 13, 15, 69, Leinhardt 187
Loftin 16, 75, 187
70, 102, 187
Leive11en 187
Logan 16, 17, 187
Lanisque 187
LeMay 69, 72
London 159
Lankford 15, 139
Lemon 187
Long 10, 21, 23,
Lankister 176
Lemmon 15
57, 69, 86, Ill,
Lapsley 187
Lemmons 69, 136
139, 140, 169,
Lardner 143, 144
Lemoyne 13
187, 193, 194
Larimer 187
Lenow 187
Lonsdale 187
Larkin 29, 187
Lenox 138
Lontz 3
Leonard 13, 187
Looe1ady 86
Larwood 49
Lasater 193, 194
Leone 187
Looney 86, 124,
Lash1y 137
Leonidas 170
126, 187, 192
Lasiwell 86
Leroy 141, 187
Loony 136, 141
Lassiters 129
Lesehes 187
Looter 71
Lassitur 86
Lesster 128
Lorance 86, 130
Lasswell 80
Letsinger 176
Lorte11 187
Laster 86, 192, 195 Leverett 187
Lotta 198
Latham 81, 86, 138, Levi 187
Lotten 181
187
Levish 141
Loughlin 187
Lather 187
Levister 86
Lounds 187
Lathrop 187
Levy 187
Love, 26, 41, 42,
Laton 11
Lewelling 187
46, 63, 64, 96,
Latta 16
Lewis 6, 10, 13,
65, 66, 67, 86,
Latting 23
14, 37, 38,43,
93, 124, 125, 126,
Lauderdale 187
46, 55, 57, 69,
140, 147, 181,
Laughtin 187
74, 86, 96, 106,
187, 192, 193,
Lave11ette 187
107, 109, 126,
194
Law 187
140, 175, 187
Love1 178
Lawhorn 136
Lovelace 140
Lawler 86, 137
Lew1in 16
Lovelady 86, 93
Lawless 187
Ley 57
Lovell 48
Lawrence 12, 28, 29,Lidd1e 81, 136,141
Loving 11, IS, 187
86, 92, 136, 141, Liggitt 13
Lovve 70
148, 163, 171,
Lightman 140
Low 125, 193, 194
Lightner 86
Lowary 187
187
Lawry 64
Liles 98, 187
Lowder 23, 187
Linam 36, 37, 69
Lowe 75, 126, 193
Laws 12, 138, 139
Lawson 26, 176, 187 Lince 35, 69
Lowery 15, 86, 138
Lawton 187
Linch 187
Lowrance 23
Lawyer 138
Lincoln 67
Lowrey 166
Laxon 128
Linde 187
Lowry 144, 165, 194
Lay (Gay?) 144
Lindsey 35, 36, 37, Loyd (Boyd?) 64,65,
Lay 10, 47, 105,
38, 69, 73, 86,
86, 99, 124, 147,
187
lOS, 109, 174, 177' 194, 195
Layton 36, 38, 39, Line 187
Luby 187
69, 70, 71, 106, Linehardt 187
Lucas 15, 36, 37,
109, 176
Lingo 159
39, 70, 72, 187
Luchey 187
Lea 11, 14, IS, 122,Linhhauer 187
192, 193, 194,
Link 13
LuCUS 37, 38, 70,
195
Linsey 10
106
Leach 187
Linsy 141
Luddy 187
Leadbetter 86
Lintz 69
Lumbrick's 81
Leaf 187
Linum 37 .
Lumming 136
Leak 92
Linzee 145
Lumpkin 137, 187
Leamons 69
Lipford 165, 166
Lumpkins 38, 39,
Lear 187
Lipscomb 159
70, 108
Leary 187
Liston 187
Lundee 24
Leathers 12
Little 183, 187
Lune 187
Leavitt 187
Littlefield 187
Lunsford 136
Lecoq 187
Littrell 145
Lurnany 36
-213Lus ter 153, 187
Luter 48
Lutes 187
Ly 57
Lygon 55
Lyle 187
Lyles 46, 187
Lynam 174
Lynch 103, 115, 187
Lynes 70
Lynn 86
Lyone 187
Lyon 20, 26, 32, 35,
92, 93
Lyons 37, 70, 72, 187
Lys1e 36
Lytle 10
(
Marion 40, 88
Meadow 102
Markham 12, 36, 70, Meadows 132
72, 108
Measels 12, 15
Markwell 3
Meek 21
Marlin 136, 142
Medford 31
Marliny 12
Medlin 9
Marnard 132
Meek 125
Marr 11, 13, 61, 81,Melish 54
102, 132, 142,
Melton 36, 70, 72,
200
139, 148
Merchant 70
Marrow 29
Meredith 54
Mars 132
Marshal 132
Meridith 132
Marshall 18, 96,
Meriwether 6, 115
116, 132, 139,
Merrill 132
142, 182
Merriwether 115
Martin 10, 11, 16, Messenger 152
21, 23, 29, 70,
Messick 112, 113,
- M79, 89,92, 93,
114,141, 169,
100, lOS, 106,
170
107, 108, 121,
Metcalf 23
Mabeas 28, 163
Maberry 140
127, 128, 129,
Mewborn 24
Mabias 129
132, 138, 148,
Meux 11
150,161, 177,
Mians (Means) 110,
Mabry 106, 108, 109
Mack 72
178, 179, 199
113, 114, 169
Martindale 199
Miatt 178
Mackey 109
Macy 132
Maryman 38
Michael 27, 76
Maclin 13, 14
Masengale 196
Michel 132
Madison 45, 132
Massingill 196
Michie 71, 73
Madden 29
Mason 10, 36, 38,
Michler 97, 149
Madding 92, 164
69, 70, 72, 73,
Micke 35
Madd1e 132
75, 107, 115,
Middleton 57, 70,
Maddox 100
178, 197
109, 155
Magee 132
Masses 13
Midgett 14
Massey 29, 36, 69, Milam 3
Mahan 132, 168
Mahaly 69
70, 73, 92, 132, Miles 11, 70, 132
Mahon 14
137, 177
Miliner 139
Massie 179
Miller 10, 11, 15,
Mahony 78
Mainard 11, 12
Massier 12
16, 21, 23, 35,
Maitland 41, 42, 63, 67,Massy 132
37, 39,46, 69,
124, 125, 195
Masterson 147
70, 71, 72, 73,
Major 132
Mathena 107
74, 76, 105, 106,
Majors 73, 80, 132
Matheny 138
107, LP9, 111,
Mallory 22, 23, 78
Mathew 107, 191
132, 136, 147,
Ma10an 138
Mathews 12, 14, 35,
159, 169, 174,
Malone 21, 24, 32, 138
36, 37, 52, 69,
176, 178, 188,
Malson 136
70, 71, 74, 109,
19,8, 199
Man 129
111, 132, 144,
Mill't.ard 12
Manas 70
154, 169, 195
Millin 69
Mathis 132, 136,139 Mills 10, 40
Mandan 2
Manefee 78
Matlock 27, 70, 89 Milner 87
Manes-Maness-Manis 50
Mau1des 74
Milton 29, 170
Maness 9, 50
Mauldin 11
Milum 138
Manford 122
Maury 23, 147
Mi11stead 72
Minick 12
Mangrum 90, 99, 144,196 Maxey 10, 70, 74,
Manier (Manire) 13, 55
138
Minor 10, 13
Manifee 41, 124, 195
Maxwell 12, 25, 132,Minton 137
Manifer 122
139
Mires 109
May 21, 36, 55, 70, Missic 111
Mankin 197
72, 107, 175,
Mitchell ~, 14, 22,
Manly (1) 11, 147, 156
Mann 13,15,16,117,
177,178
23,24,70,74,
161
Maye 10
96, 98, 99, 132,
Manning 14, 132, 138,197Mayham 14
136, 138, 139,
Mant10 146
Mayhan 140
141, 172
Mayo 14, 132, 139, Mizell 79, 132, 140,
Manuel 35, 70, 73
Malison 11
141
141
Marable 75
Mays 10, 11, 77,
Mobley 74, 98, 129,
Marane 143
198
132, 140, 200
Marchas 132
Maysey 145
Mobly 141
Marchbanks 40
Meacham 22, 23
Mock 149
Mead 123
Moffatt 57
Marcum 35, 70, 106
Marcus 132, 141
Meador 29, 102
Molin 139
Moltrom 57
Monday 70
Money 132
Mongrum 138
Monroe 160, 171
Montgomery 10, 38,
46, 71, 106,
132, 175
Moody 14, 35, 37,
3'9, 69, 70, 72,
107, 132, 175,
178
Moon 64, 67, 122,
132, 179, 181,
195
Mooney 80, 13 2
Moony 138
Moor 132
Moore-Prestridge 55
Moor'e 1, 5, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15,
16, 24, 25, 27,
28, 29, 30, 31,
32, 34, 39, 48,
49, 51, 70, 71,
72, 73, 74, 81,
89, 92, 97, 99,
101, 105, 107,
126, 129, 130,
132, 136, 137,
140, 141, 148,
151, 164, 172,
175, 176, 191,
195
Moores 89, 90,
153, 165
Moran 132, 136,
166
More 132, 173
Morelane 19
Morgan 11, 14, 21,
22, 24, 61, 70,
81, 114, 132,
138, 144, 164,
188
Morow 74
Morris 10, IS, 22,
28, 29, 39, 69,
70, 71, 93, 99,
127, 138, 139,
141, 163, 166,
175
Morrisettes 155
Morrison 12, 35,
69, 174
Morrow 29, 36, 48,
70, 71, 72, 73,
93, 109, 177
Morse 3
~ortiny (1) 12
Morton 72
Moseley 136, 141,
166
Mosely 81, 132,
141
Moses 16, 27, 132
Mosley 11, 143
Moss 15, 29, 77,
92, 132, 137,
138, 162, 136
Mottrom 56
Moulton 4
-214McLaurin 93
McCalister (con't) McFally 40
McLean 20, 38, 71,
70, 71, 74, 108, MacFarland 10
73, 109, 132,
177
McFarlain 40
McCall 137, 138,
177, 181
McFarland 14, IS,
166, 168
McLeans 81
16, 26, 171
McCallister 174
McLehattan 132
McFerrin 11
McCallum 22
McLemore 16, 71,
McGee 71, 92, 93,
McCann 70, 72, 73
136, 162, 175,
132
McCanna11y 70
M'Leod 10, 13
194
McCarcken 71
McGehee 23, 136
McLeroy 132
McCareby 36
McGinnis 22, 23
McLeskey 197
McCarley 162
McGhee 90
McLimore 132
McCarty 199
McGill 8
McLune 137
McCathie 155
M'Gowan 11, 79
McLure 138
McCay 8
McGrath 20
McLuskeys 81
McCewen 177
McGraw 147
McLusky 136
McClain 38, 89, 132 McGregor 98
McMackin 37, 107,
MCClanahan 123
McGuire 195
174
McClane 143
McMahan 40, 115
M'Guire 121
McClaren 70
McGuyre 47, 100
McMahon 20
McClary 88
McMann 48
McHarness 153
McMaster 62, 100,
McClellan 65, 92,
McHughs 71
123, 194, 199
McIlhattan 132
153
McMasters 71, 74,
McC11e11and 44, 67, McIntire 70, 73
194
105, 106, 108,
McIntosh 11, 16,
McClendon 35, 37,
141
109, 174, 175,
70, 72, 73, 74,
McInturff 102
176, 177, 178
123, 195
McIntyre 35, 36, 71, McMeans 44, 124,
McClung 46
72
125, 194
McClure 26, 132
McIver 15, 44, 64,
McMillan 15, 36,
65, 122, 124, 125,
McClusky 132
57, 146, 150,
132, 192, 193,
163
McConnel 137
194, 195
McConnell 70
McMillin 69
McKay 12, 146
McMorris 137
McCooish 155
McKdougal 175
McMorrison 79
M'Coo1 11
- Mc McMullen 60
McCorkle 114, 132, McKee 31, 52
MacCathie 155
McKeen 13 2, 13 7
McMullin 94
135
MacCuish 155
McCormack 13
McKeever 132
McMurray 171
McCormich 70
McMurry 93, 128,
MacDuffie 155
McKellar 11
McKenney 157
130
McCormick 18
MacFee 155
McCoy 8, 12, 70
McNaill 93
MacGuffie 155
McKenny 163
McNabbs 132
McCrackin 70, 174 McKenzie 146, 150
MacHaffie 155
McKeu 39
McNary 132
McCrory 11, 15,
Maclimore 132
McNeal 29
McKew 72
176
MacNico1 155
M'Crory 11
McNeely 92, 113,
McKey 71
MacPhie 155
McCuiston 29
McKim 164
132, 137, 140,
MacVee 155
147
McKindry 13
McCullan 193
MacVie 155
McCullock 13, 132 McKinley 98, 147
McA1aster 161,
McNeil 23, 92
McDamon 13
McKinney 15, 25,
McNeill 11
McAlester 127
90, 193
M'Murry 11
McAlister 127, 183, 200 M'Daniel 11, 12,
McMurry 12
M'Kinnon 11
132, 141
McAll (McA1t?) 29
McPherson 132, 188
McKinnon 12
McDaniel 28, 137,
McAllester 57
McQuary 76
138, 163, 188,
McKinley 48
McAllister 26
MtQuigg 37
McKinsay 132
McAnally 36, 37, 38,
194
McDaniels 40, 57
70, 107, 108, 109,
Mcraw 170
McKinsey 132
McDavit ts 23
178
McK~nze 132
McReynolds 64, -67,
122, 123, 124,
McAuley 110
McDonald 16, 36, 38,McKinzie 50, 100
M'Bride 11
69, 70, 72, 73
192, 194, 195
McKinzy 136
McDougal 28, 36, 38,McKissick 60
McRory 35
McBride 16, 54, 106,
McKnight 35, 71, 105,MCroul 112, 169
107, 108, 112, 141,
70, 109
168, 169, 174, 177,
McDough 126
112, 113, 166, 167,McWherter 10, 132,
1 8, 169, 177, 187
144
178
McDowel 128
McBroom 99
McKorcle 132
McWhirter 71, 74,
McDowell 132
McDugald 163
McBryde 150
McLain 71, 132
105, 175, 177,
McCabe 70
McEachern 92, 93
178
McLaine 132
McLane 132, 137, 138,McWhorter 140, 162,
McElhattan 132
McCadden 127
McCafferty 36, 70
140
McElroy 81, 97,132,
164
McCaffie 155
McLaren 35, 36, 37, McWilliams 59, 63,
149
McElyeo 71
McCain 13, 70, 79,
195
38" 49, 70, 71,
97, 148, 149
McEwin 108
72,74,107,
- NMcCalanahan 154
McFall 69
175, 177
McCalister 35, 36, 69, McFalls 37, 70
McLaughlin 164
Nail 71, 73, 124
Moundy 132
Mount 21
Mowdy 136
Moyers 195
Mullin 12
Mu1ho11on 12, 16
Mu1hens 132
Mulherin 27, 28
Mullin 16
Mullins 22, 96
Mundene 128
Mungle 28, 29
Munns 11
Muray 169
Murfree 132
Murfrey 32
Murphee 98
Murphree 121
Murphy 9, 12, 24, 30,
31. 32, 36, 55, 70,
71, 74, 93, 132, 137,
138, 144, ISO, 154,
160
Murray 113
Murrell 132, 137
Murrey 132
Murrill 10
Murry 14, 162
Musgrave 11, 70
Myers 10, 24, 27, 56,
70, 115, 138, 183,
200
MYrick 132, 140, 141
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Nailing 79, 132, 136,
138
Nails 99
Nance 147
Nannis 164
Napier 39, 69
Nash 129,.130
Naville 98
Neal 18, 32, 81
Neale 178
Nease 46
Neblett 55
Needham 71
Nee1 139
Nee11y 191
Neely 12, 20, 102, 131,
175, 189, 190, 191
Neeseman 100
Neet 147
Neilson 64
Nelson 13, 22, 70, 74,
106, 129, 132
Netherland 61
Nettles 132
Neumayer 98, 200
Nevels 25
Nevelles 132
Nevil 133
Nevin 133
Newbe1 30
Newbell 31
Newbern 12, 115
Newberry 136, 139, 170,
171
Newburn 11, 71
Newbury 110, 111, 170
Newell 11, 12, 16
Newfield 52
Newgent 105
Newman 27, 133, 139,
152, 191
Newsom 10
Newton 35, 38, 69, 71,
73, 74, 105, 106,
107, 133, 137. 159,
175, 176, 191
Nib1et 10
Niblett 102
Nichodemus 195
Nichol 61, 90, 139
Nichols 27. 71, 129.
150, 177
Nicholson 10, 11, 105,
109, 121, 147, 177,
178
Nickson 35
Nilles 133
Nipper 71
Nisbet 196
Nix 139
Nixon 12, 13, 15,
18. 136
Noblitt 47, 72
Noe 115
Noell 14
Nolan 10, 11
Nolen 138
Nooe 60
Nooner 139
Norman 39, 71, 105,
107, 133, 139, 174,
176
Paty 29
Paul 129
Pace 50, 71, 72,
Paulk 10
100, 107, 147,150 Payne 10, 14, 26,
27. 28, 29, 30,
Page 15
Pain 137
67, 71, 78, 92,
Paine 21, 69, 71,
94. 121, 129,
74, 188
150, 164
Palliser 58
Pay ten 27
Palmer 94, 133,
Pearce 35, 71, 72,
164, 188
76, 77, 99
Palmore 71
Pearses 133
Palmquist 148
Pearson 43, 99
Pa1tine 199
Peck 133, 136, 197
Parchman 71
Peel 13
Parementer 18
Peebles 18
Parham 44, 79, 133, Peeples 15, 81,
137, 138, 139
116, 139, 140
Parish 133, 136, 138,Peery 133, 139
139, 140, 157
Peete 13, 17
Park 133
Pemberton 133
- 0 Parke 189
Pender 13, 15
Parker 11, 13, 14,
Pendleton 4, 179
Oakes 61
15, 27, 29, 32,
Penick 22, 61
Oakley 31, 32, 121
35, 37, 38, 43,
Pennington 10, 24,
Odds 140
49, 50, 71, 93,
36, 38, 69, 71,
Obenchain 17
94, 107, 108, 129,
75, 105, 106,
Obrian 140
133, 136, 137,
107, 108, 109,
Odam 73
175, 176, 177,
139, 140, 141,
Odil 48
161, 174, 179,
178
Odom 36, 37, 74,
182
Penny 31
175
Parkerson 16
Pennycuff 73, 74
Odum 92
Parkes 71, 105, 174, Pentecost 129, 133,
Oeald 143
175
141
Oens 133
Parks 14, 15, 71,
Peoples 39, 71
Oglesvy 49
72, 74, 112, 113, Peoteet 71
O'Hara 21
124, 133, 140,
Peppin 133
Old 11, 14
141, 168, 169,
Percy 61
Oldham IS, 16, 39,
170, 194
Perkins 12, 13, 19,
133
Parmer 133, 140
22, 35, 60, 61,
01dhan 11
71, 73, 77, 78,
Oliver 92, 94, 123, Parnel171
Parot 177
92, 116
133, 137, 139
Parrett 71, 72
Perremore 36
011iver 92
Parrish 3, 10, 60,
Perrimon 70
Oneal 14, 133
80
Perry 5. 10, 14,
Orange 29
Parrott 10, 50, 165
114, 133, 136,
Ordway 7
Parson 94
138, 141, 143,
Ore 137,141
Parsons 133, 141,
149
Orr 107, 194
146, 150, 199
Perrymore 71
Osbenchain 16
Partee 29
Perse11 117
Osborn 109, 166
Partin 115, 143
Person 75, 133, 149
Osborne 18, 81
Pertle 133
Osburn 73, 109, 136,Parton 100
Pascal 29
Pery 133
137, 175, 197
Pascenger 29
Peters 24, 41, 67,
Osley 16
Paschal 92, 126, 137
125, 195
Osment 16
Paschall 80, 103,133 Petersman 53
Osteen 139
Paske1 133
Petracek 158, 198
Outhouse 133, 140
Pate 71. 73. 133,
Petti110 159
Oughton 97
136, 143
Pettis 16
Outlaw 11
Patillo 11, 159
Pettit 21
Overall 31
Paton 133
Pettus 13, 16, 179
Overby 137
Petty 13, 71, 174,
Overton 12, 23, 90, Patrom 14
Patterson 21, 23, 36, 175
102, 128, 141
37, 55, 81, 97,
Pevyhouse 12
Owen 13, 14, 15,
107, 108, 133, 141,Pewitt 10, 15, 18
16, 27, 30, 88,
142, 146
Peyton 71
99, 133, 138, 164
Pharr 110, 112, 113,
Owens 80, 129, 133, Pattillo 159
Patton 16, 20, 41,
168, 169, 171
138, 139, 140
50, 63, 65, 125.
Philips 140
Oxley 14
133, 136, 141,
Phi11imore 58
Oxsheer 195
192, 193, 194
Phillips 22, 38, 96,
Patu110 159
106, 116, 139,
Normines 71
Norris 146, 164
Norton 109, 127
Northcraft 88
Norva11 138
Norwood 49, 55, 176
Notgrass 10
Nowell 12
Nowlin 107, 108,
174, 175
Norville 14
Nube1 138
Nuby 188
Null 35, 36, 38,
39, 70, 71, 73,
74, 176
Nunn 14, 71
Nutt 177
Nye (Ny) 153
- P -
·211)·
Powell (con't) 178, Rainey (con't) 122,
Phillips (con't) 163,
199
125, 150, 195
190, 191
Powers 11, 19, 133, Rains 63, 133, 144
Philops 138
136, 137, 139,
Ralls 139, 140
Philpot 138
Ralston 55, 133, 139
140
Phipps 76
Prichard 96
Rambaut 24, 25
Pickard 35, 71, 72,
Prate 133
Rambeau 13
1.06, 137, 174
Ramer 49
Pickens 10, 71, 148, 188Prater 129, 133
Prather 56
Ramey 107, 194
Pickett 15, 89
Ramsey 7, 8, 71, 72,
Pierce 11, 71, 94, 108, Pratt 57, 72
Prescot 14
124, 150
141, 143
Prescott 40, 116,
Rand 21
Pigg 146, 150, 199
166
Randall 70, 72
Pillow 32
Pressly 16
Randell 72
Pine 8, 54
Presson 148
Randle 87
Piner 137
Preston 122, 197
Randol 133
Pines 68
Prestridge 55
Randolph 23, 29
Pink 155
Prevon 133
Raney 150, 199
Pinkston 94
Prevore 141
Rankin 44, .97, 103
Pinson 11, 133
Prewett 114
Rano1ds 69
Pipen 71
Presitt 72
Ratliff 11, 72, 74
Piper 20, 92, 94
Pipkin 27, 28, 29, 92, Price 11, 15, 23,35,Raugh 48, 100, 198
38, 40, 61, 69,
Raulston 92
141, 164
71, 72, 138, 140, Rawe1s 133
Pippins 37, 71
141, 153, 154,
Rawlings 42, 64, 66,
Pirtole 127
156, 176, 177
124, 146, 170,
Pittman 146
Prichett 1~3, 138
192, 194
Pitts 27, 128, 149
Pridy 147
Ray 27, 35, 74, 106,
Plaster 133
Priest 143
133, 136, 141,
Plausance 164
Prier 106
175, 180
Pleasant 9, 122
Rayner 15, 16
Prim 11
Pleitz 16, 17·
Primus 28
Rea 35
Plummer 24, 168, 169,
Prince 72
Reace 133
170
Prior 175
Read 15, 21, 105,
Pogue 147
Proudfit 13
133, 164
Poindexter 133
Reader 106
Pruden 34
Polk 60, 170, 190
Pruet 29
Reams 4,177,200
Pollard 141
Pruitt 2
Reasinover 30
Pollock 38, 71, 105,
Pryer 138
Reaves 164
108, 109, 174, 175
Pryor 20, 36, '72,
Reavis 79, 133
Ponds 177
199
Rece 133
Pool 71, 105, 133
Puckett 55, 92
Redd 13
pooser 61
Pugh 21
Reddick 14, 140, 141
Pope 29, 32, 39, 41,
Pu1asky 5
Redding 121
56, 71, 133, 140,
Pullen 72, 109
Reddy 73
141, 164, 174, 175,
Pullin 36
Redick 133
199
Pu11y 10
Redman 40
Poplin 105, 106
Reed 13, 14, 15,37,
Purdy 47
Porch 133, 138
Purtle 139, 140
72, 98, 128,
Porches 133
177, 197
Porter 13, 15, 18, 23, Purvis 13, 14, 15
Pury 47
Reeder 22, 72, 74,
38, 43, 71, 74, 79,
Pusse1 133
106, 178
94, 109, 115, 133,
Putnam 5
Reems 138
141, 143, 153, 175,
Putney 190, 191
Reese 158
177
Reeves 17, 72
Porterfield 149
• Q•
Reid 116, 150
Poston 14
Reneau 183
Poteet 38, 39, 70,
Renfro 55, 72, 97,
Quackenbush 21
71, 72, 176
106
Quik 28
Poter 133
Renfroe 72
Quillen 38, 70
Potteet 35, ·37
Renfrow 107
Potter 12, 78
Reno 183
Potthoff 98, 200
- RRenshaw 130, 131,
Potts 146, 164
Rackley 35, 38, 69,
189
Pound 137
Reude1huber 20
72, 106, 174
Pounds 133
Revel 15
Radford 69, 72
Powel 26, 73, 92,
Revell 25, 105
Radman 29
140, 176
Powell 10, 13, 14, 15, Ragland 90, 92, 131 Revis 133
Reynick 16
Ragsdale 18, 97
21, 38, 49, 61, 68,
Reynolds 72, 92,
Raine 195
71, 72, 79, 89, 94,
103, 133
Raines 49
105, 106, 107, 133,
Rainey 64, 71, 72, Rhea 42, 47, 54
142, 164, 174, 175,
Rhoads 129
Rhodaz 149
Rhode 115, 149
Rhodes 13, 14, 27,
67,72,92,133
Rhodiz 149
Rhoney 92
Rice 10, 12, 22,
46, 53, 98, 139
Richard 156, 191
Richards 45, 74,
109, 177
Richardson 3, 10,
12, 15, 21, 23,
36, 72, 74, 105,
107, 108, 109,
174, 175, 177,
178, 179, 180,
181, 182, 183
Richerson 14
Richey 105, 133
Richie 37, 133,
136, 140, 141
Richison 73
Richmond 13, 23,
29, 133
Richu(?) 140
Ricketts 188
Rickets 29, 92
Rickman 18, 109,
176
Ri.£gs 133
Riddell 176
Riddle 64, 107
Riddles 133
Ridens 198
Rider 176, 178
Ridge 138
Ridgeway 133, 140,
144
Ridgeways 79
Ridinger 200
Ridley 133
Riggs 140, 198
Right 70, 72, 74
Riley 16, 30, 48,
96, 139
Ring 15
Rippeta 43
Rippeto 65, 122
Rippy 174
Rison 162
Ritchie 102, 133
Rivers 16, 25
Rives 137
Rizen 163
Roach 67, 105
Roads 72
Roady 149
Roa1and 71
Roary 136
Robbert 133
Robbinson 30, 47
Roberds 32, 144
Roberson 13, 14, 36,
39, 45, 47, 63,
64, 65, 72, 122,
125, 126, 194
Robert 133
Roberts 14, 27,36,
37, 44, 72, 73,
79, 92, 94, 97,
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Roberts (conlt) 111,
112, 123, 129, 133,
137, 138, 140, 141,
168, 188
Robertson 17,20,37,
39, 47, 56, 70,
72, 102, 106, 126,
138, 141, 144, 170,
197
Robins 4, 14
Robinson 12, 13, 18,
47, 72, 92, 94,
133, 179, 188, 193
Robison 15, 47
Robyns 4
Rochards 37
Roche11 14, 133
Rockcastle 5
Rickhold 48
Rockholt 47
Rodda 149
Rodden 141
Roddy 149
Rode 149
Rodes 70, 133, 179,
180, 181
Rodgers 36, 133, 183
Roff 133
Rogers 10, 1~, 13, 14,
15, 17, 25, 29, 38,
57,70,72,73,79,
80, 81, 92, 113, 123,
126, 133, 136, 138,
140, 169
Rogerson 21
Rojers 133
Roland 14, 69, 72, 129
Ro1hac 133
Ro11es 133
Rollin 89
Rolling 159
Rolls 133, 172
Rolston 191
Rolzy 171
Romines 72
Rooks 11, 12, 133
Roolhoe 136
Roper 106, 141
Rose 11, 14, 72
Roseberry 100
Roseborough 117
Roseburg 15
Rosemond 110
Ross 14, 52, 72, 81,
133, 134, 137, 138,
139
Rossboro 177
Rosses 134
Rossom 108
Rosson 37, 74, 109,
176, 177, 178
Rothrock 7, 54
Roulhac 134
Roulstone 89
Rountree 72, 105
Routh 150, 197
Rowan 5, 72
Rowe 20 .
Rowland 27, 38, 129
Rowzee 77
Rozell 59
Rubin 134
Rucker 13, 14, 121
Rudd 10
Rudisill 110, 168,
169, 170, 171
Rudolph 102
Ruffin 142
Ruleman 92, 94
Rumley 137
Runnels 156, 175
Rush 134, 140, 149
Rushing 159
Russ 134
Russel 12, 13, 134
Russell 15, 17, 32,
48, 61, 97, 134,
136, 140, 141,
191
Rust 79, 134, 137,
141
Ruth 10, 150, 197
Rutherford 13
Rutledge 10, 71,146
Ryburn 10
Schoolfield (con't) Shepherd 28, 129,
64, 65,67, 124,
134
125
Sheppard 106
Schools 108
Shepperd 15
Schott 153
Sherman 17~ 134
Schramm 102
Sherrell 42, 123
Schwalmeyer 23
Sherrill 11
Schwartzenburg 21
Sherwin 136
Scott 5, 9, 16, 20, Sherwood 75, 94,
55, 72, 108, 112,
134, 150
113, 130, 134,
Shields 59, 72
136, 137, 139,
Ship 134, 139
141, 165, 168,
Shipman 177
169, 174, 193
Shirley 12, 24, 73
Scruggs 146
Shivers 148
Scudder 32
Shockley 11, 13, 72
Searcy 197
Shoemake 31, 44,
Sears 56, 125
124, 136
Seaton 72, 98, 176
Short 78, 92, 94
Seats 141
Shroom 134
Seay 15
Shule 28
Sebastian 55
Shultz 134
Se9wick 141
Shumake 134
Se:Eton 102
Shumaker 102
Seebach 49
Shumate 14
- S Segrave 134
Sigman 102
Segraves 141
Signan 73
Sage 45
Selden 23
Sikes 94
Sailoers 74
Self 178
Siler 98
St. John 134
Selig 16
Simmons 10, 11, 12,
Sales 194, 195
Selton 94
15, 46, 74, 134,
Salmons 65
Sellars 134
137, 138, 146,
Salsbury 59
Selvege 29
149, 150
Samford 107
Semmes 22
Simms 108, 177
Sample 113, 169
Simons 134, 136
Sampson 29, 32, 86, Senter 70
Serratt 130
Simonton 36, 37, 70,
92
Sessums 36, 72, 73,
73, 109
Samuel 127
74
Simpson 5, 11, 14,
Sanderlin 12, 14
37, 70, 94, 108,
Sanders 10, 12, 13, Seudder 121
Sevagerty 67
116, 143, 144
17, 23, 43, 69,
Sims 23, 36, 73,
70, 72, 92, 108, Sevier 13, 16, 17
Sexton 138
117, 134, 137,
172, 174, 199
Shackelford 37, 71,
194
Sanderson 92
106
Singleton 14, 36,
sandy 72, 108
Shalr 29
109
Sanford 74
Shanklin 139
Sison 144
Sangamon 102
Sivly 59
Sangster 12, 13, 16 Shanks 59
Shannon 4, 14
Sivor 134
Sappington 70
Shannonhouse 4, 155 Sizemore 73
Sassaman 99
Shapard 11
Skelley 3
Saterfield 128
Sharp 35, 36, 37, 38,Skil1ern 41, 43, 44,
Satley 163
39, 70, 72, 74,
45, 106, 122,
Satterlee 57
134, 121, 148
123, 126, 177
Satterley 57
Sharpe 116
Skipper 12
Satterly 57
Shaver 99
Slack 13
Sauceman 99
Shaw 11, 12, 13, 15, Slagle 106
Sauls 49
Slaughter 137
Saunders 22, 28, 35, 27, 29, 53, 81,
92, 94, 129, 139, Slemmens 134
164, 177, 199
159, 198
Slimons 134
Sawyer 11, 12, 200
Shearman 116, 134
Sloan 10, 14
Scaife 23
Shelby 5, 22, 110,
Slocum 54
Scags 72
111, 112, 113, 168,Slunston 137
Scales 71, 72
169, 170, 171
Smal1y 96
Scarberry 137
Shell 148
Smart 73, 134, 138,
Scarboro 12
Shelly 22
139, 140
Scarborough 134
Shelton 38, 39, 46, Smartt 40
Scates 141, 142
50, 72, 74, 100,
Smedwick 138
Scears 136
105, 127, 134,
Smiddy 11
Schaff 58
137, 146, 166
Smith 5, 10, 12, 14,
Scavefate (1) 145
Shemake 32
15, 16, 17, 18,
Scheyer 49
Shepard 10
20, 22, 24, 27,
Schneider 55
28, 36, 37, 38,
School field 43, 63, Shephard 136, 139
-218Taggart 11
Stone 2, 11, 79,
Smith (con't) 40, 41,
Sta11ians 130
Taker 134
128, 134, 137,
43, 44, 45, 46, 50,
Stallings 28, 92,
Talbot 16, 28,
166,177,187,
55, 60, 61, 64, 68,
94, 164
195
164, 165
71, 72, 73, 74, 76,
Stal1ins 130
Storm 24
Tale (1) 169
81, 92, 94, 97, 102, Stallions 140
Taliaferro 10, 12,
Stout 39, 73, 141
107, 108, 109, H7,
Stamp 26
Stovall 10, 22, 137
14. 16
124, 126, 129, 134,
Stamps 116
Tally 116
136, 137, 138, 139,
Standefer I, 2, 18, Stow 138
Talors 134
140,145,146,147,
44,63,124,125, Strange 94
Tancel 139
Stratton 22
156, 163, 164, 175,
145, 155, 194,
Strayhorn 12, 105,
Tancell 134
176, 178. 179, 188,
195
Tanner 15, 73
107, 136, 176,
189, 192, 194, 195,
Standford 134
200
Standifer 43, 136,
177
Tanney 134
Street 50, 67
Tansel 134
Smithson 134
195
Stribling 37, 39,
Tansell 134
Standley 134
Smithwick 14, 114
71, 72, 73, 108,
Standridge 36, 28
Tansil 80, 134
Smitson 138
109, 174
Tansy 94
Smoot 148
Stanley 11, 81, 138
Strickland 73, 174
Tarkington 107, 134
Smothers 15, 18, 114
Stan1eys 80
'Stricklin 148, 163
Tarver 30
Sneed 77, 78, 94, 136
Stanly 11
Strother 13, 163
Tate 12, 116, 169
Sne11ens 105
Stanton 11, 23
Stroud 97, 134
Tatom 12
Snider 137
Stark 134
Stuart 76, 170
Tatum 71
Snodgrass 35, 71, 72
Starks 17, 136
Stubblefield 199
Taylor 5, 10, 11,
Snow 138
Starling 147
Stuck1ey 13
12, 13, 14, IS,
Snowden 22
Statens 134
Stuggehs 134
16, 17, 21, 22,
Somerville 115
Station 14
Stuns ton 134
24,26,27,32,
Sossaman 99
Staudt 171
Sturdevant 17
41, 46, 48, 52,
Sossamon 99
Staughn 57
55, 69, 90, 94,
Styles 106
Soter1e 57, 58
Stawart 169
129, 130, 134,
Sueter 134
Sousaman 7
Stayton 57
137,138,139,
Sulivan 11, 35, 129,
Southall 13
Stedman 110
134
148, 153, 156,
Sowell164
Steel 12, 134, 137,
164, 179, 188,
Sulivant 73
Span 137, 138
140
190, 194
Sullivan 40, 73, 92,
Spann 134
Steelman 96
94,130,134,136 Tays 71
Sparkman 11, 106, 107, Steen 39
Sullivant 36;. 38,
Teas 74
108, 109, 176, 177,
Steiner 56
Tedwell 151
39, 73, 178
178
Stelling 2
Summers 134, 137,
Temmes 134
Sparks 10, 134, 179,
Step 73
Temple 12, 144
173
Stephens 14, 29, 64, 139, 141
Sumner 11
Templeman 61
Spate 136
124, 125, 192
Templeton 69, 139
Spearman 148
Stephenson 12, 29, Surratt 116, 128
Suter 134
Tennessee 170
Spears 38, 69, 70, 72,
94, 191, 193
Sutherland 5, 10, 11 Tennisson 73
73, 140, 143, 145, 1995tepherson 92
Suthers 157
Tennuson 73
Speer 107, 109, 176
Stevens 141
Tennyson 72
Speght 16
Stevenson 79, 147, Suttle 173
Sutton 13, 129, 134, Terell 134
Speight 134
159
Terrel 134
149, 196
Steverson 27, 29
Spence 134, 137, 138,
Swafford 44, 45, 124,Terrell 11, 12, 72,
144
Steward 134, 138
134, 136
147, 193, 196
Spencer 27, 35, 36, 37, Stewart 4, II, 12,
Swaggerty 122
Terrey 33
69, 76, 95, 107, 108,
24, 35, 37, 38,
Swaim 134
Terrill 79. 138
149, 154, 170
39, 60, 70, 72,
Swain 35, 74
Territt 138
Spender 170
73, lOS, 106,
Swan 104, 126, 129
Terry 2, 32, 73,
Spicer 22
108, 109, 113,
Swayne 22
94, 125, 195
Spraggs 140
134, 138, 149,
Sweaney 73
Teters 123
Spivy 13, 14
164, 169, 175,
Swepston 20, 22
Tew 154
Spotts 58
176, 177, 178,
Swi ft 22, 115, 134, Thacker 139
Spradlin 96
196
140
Thackston 87
Springfield 130, 131,190Stewert 10, 116
SWigart 10
Tharp 134
Springe 73
Stiles 197
Swinney 73
Theim 104
Springer 35, 38, 70, 73,Sti11we11 103
Swofford 42
Theirm 104
74, 106, 108, 109,148,Stinson 50, 55
Swope 90
Thermon 13
176, 177, 178
Stith 14, 15
Swor(?) 134
Springs 64
Stockard 70, 139
Thomas 12, 13, IS,
Syc1esworth 73
Sprout 80, 137, 140
Stockinger 169
16, 19, 21, 22,
24, 30, 31, 36,
Spurgeon 50
Stockton 36, 71, 73,Sykes 164
Sylar 98
44, 45, 55, 64,
Staccard 140
74
Syler 98
71, 73, 81, 110,
Stacy 139
Stoddard 3
Ill, 112, 113,
Stafford 128
Stokard 134
134, 136, 137,
Staggs 73, 108
Stokely 11, 122
- T 139, 141, 144,
Stags 36
Stoker 134, 140
147,154,160,
Stalcup 92, 148, 154,
Stokes 14, 29, 92, Taboe 197
Tabor 197
163, 168, 169,
197
94
Tadlock 12
170, 188, 192
Stalion 134
Stokird 134
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Thompkins 136
Thompson 2, 11, 12, 13,
14, 15, 27, 35, 42,
49, 50, 57, 63, 73,
81, 92, 114, 123,
130, 134, 136, 138,
143, 155, 164, 175,
176, 177, 178, 180,
194, 197
Thornton 23, 27, 29,
38, 70, 73, 92,
94, 105, 117, 144
Throgmorton 198
Thurman 64, 124, 126,
193
Thweatt 14, 92, 116
Tidwell 73, 78
Tiller 22
Tilman 124
Tilton 96
Timmons 10, 15, 137
Timothy 64, 195
Tinnin 196
Tinnon 177
Tinsley 15
Tippett 57
Tipton 183
Tittle 94
Tobey 59
Todd 5, 73, 134, 138,
140, 144
Tolbert 40
Tollett 65, 124, 126,
194
Tollitt 64
Tomblin 35
Tomlin 16
Tomlinson 13, 139, 174
Toncray 48
Tong 52
Tooley 127
Too1y 129
Tooten 49, 175
Topp 20, 24
Torbett 29
Tosste1e(?) 130
Towles 94
Townes 179
Townsend 6
Townsley 16
Tracet 70
Tracy 49, 71, 72, 73
Trantham 46, 134, 141
Tranthram 141
Travilion 137
Travis 86, 134, 137,
141
Traylor 11
Treadway 73
Treadwell 22, 23
Tredaway 73
Tredayay 32
Tremble 192
Trent 139
Trexler 8
Trezevant 24
Trida1 134
Trigg 5, 48, 129
Trimble 18
Trip 72, 73
Trip1ette 60
Walter 4, 58
Walton 15, 26, 29,
74, 88, 90, 92,
128, 139, 160,
167
Wann 175
Ward 12, 21, 29,
37, 90, 94, 135,
136, 137, 138,
140, 141
Warde 135
Warden 183
Ware 10, 11, 13,
16, 17, 18, 171
Warens 135
Warfield 97
Waring 56
Warinner 24
Warmach 129
Warner 121, 135,
137
Warr 187
Warrell 52
Warren 8, 12, 14,
29, 37, 71, 73,
- W135, B8,169
Warrenel: 113
Waddell 21, 47
Warrington 16
Waddill 12, 25
Wash 135., 140
Waddle 34, 47
Washburn 137, 199
Wade 74, 90, 97,
Washington 55, 56,
122, 123, 129,
57, 172, 199
135, 193
Wadkins 10
Wasson 35, 37, 39,
70, 71, 73, 74,
Waggoner 47, 72, 74,
105,107,108,
136, 139, 149
140, 174, 176
Wagner 149
Waterfield 135
Wagoner 135, 149
Waterfrirs 139
Wagster 141
Waterhouse 126
Wainscot 139, 200
Waters 70, 74
Wair 55, 124
Wakefield 56, 124,
Watkins" 11, 13, 94
Watson 14, 57, 66,
164
67, 69, 74, 99,
Wakkins 27
126, 135, 174,
Walden 74, 105, 108,
- U176, 183, 188,
177
190, 193
Waldran 23
Ubbery 73
Watterage 12
Waldren 113, 169,
Ulinstead 138
Watters 73
170
Uliss 121
Watts 11, 15
Waldrip 70
U1se 141
Waugh 29
Walke 71
Underwood 23, 75,
Weakley 21
Walker 11, 15, 16,
125, 136, 138
Weatherford 25, 27,
17,32,36,39,
Unicy 170
48, 130
61, 63, 69, 70,
Upchurch 128
Weatherly 48
71, 74, 89, 90,
Upshaw 49
Weatherred86
94, 105, 108,
Ury 135, 141
Weaver 12, 13, 16,
109, 112, 113,
Ussery 77, 78
131, 135, 136,
39, 69, 74, 108
Utley 15
Webb 15, 20, 46,
138, 139, 141,
Uzzell 178
166, 168, 169,
69, 74, 79, 80,
170, 172, 195
135, 136, 140,
- VWalkley 21
164, 179
Webster 29, 32, 38,
Wall 12, 97, 107,
Va11entine 8, 14,
99, 110
109
136
Wallace 21, 26, 35, Weddle 11
Van Buren 60
Weeks 74
36, 46, 48, 69,
Vance 55
74, 90, Ill, 135, Weir 37
Vandedice 40
Welborn 15
136, 147, 158,
Vanderness 38
167, 168, 170
Welch 35, 36, 37,
Vandeusen 57
Wallis 36, 37, 61,
38, 49, 45, 71,
Vandike 14
73, 74, 106,
Vandiver 37, 69, 72, 74, 154, 164
Walsh 20, 110, 168,
135, 137
74, 106, 108,
169, 170
Welcher 27, 29, 92
109, 174, 175,
Tripp 105
Trorbaugh 174
Trotman 12
Trousdale 89, 92,
162
Truet 29, 92
Trulove 178
Tubb 31, 32
Tubbs 73
Tuck 138
Tucker 15, 36, 71,
72, 73, 74, 75,
140, 164, 178
Tuggle 15
Tugwell 12, 15, 18
Tull 116
Tullis 52
Tullop 145
Turberville 196
Turbivil1e 48
Turley 25
Turnbull 27
Turner 12, 16, 27,
28, 36, 72, 73,
74, 98, 103, 109,
130, 134, 139,
140, 159
Turney 27, 28, 89,
92, 94, 164
Turnham 135
Turpin 128, 150
Tuten 49
Tutt 69, 71
Tuttle 8, 54, 104
Tutts 71
Twidwell 31
Tyler 60
Tyre 94, 100
Tyree 32
Tyres 15
Tyson 11, 150
Tyus (Tyres?) 15
Vandiver (co.,' t) 176
178, 199
Vann 11, 15, 183
Varner 94
Varick 53
Vatters 72
Vaughan 2, 49, 168
Vaugham 168
vaughn 14, 138, 144
Venable 37, 70
Vermillion 141
Vernon 123, 125, 192
Vick 109
Vinc.ent 37, 73, 74,
79, 115, 135, 136,
137,139,140,
142
Vinson 197
Voils 174, 177
Voorheis 21, 74, 177
Voss 35, 37, 71, 72,
73, 74, 106, 176
Votters 72
-220Welden 135
Weldon 141
Wells 10, 12, 14, 15.
81, 108, 135, 137,
148, 174
Welsh 13
Wenzel 2
Wescoat 140
Wesson 34, 68
West 15, 17, 27, 46,
103, 106, 107. 110,
121. 127, 129, 143.
152, 165, 174, 176,
200
Westbrook 16. 90
Wester 71, 74, 80
Westmoreland 61
Westwood 25
Wetzel 50, 100
Whaley 19, 31
Whaling 22
Wharton 38, 49, 74,
98, 176
Wheaton 50
Wheeler 108, 137, 143,
162
Whillisey 138
Whitaker 14, 50, 146,
150
White 11,12.13,14,
15, 18, 19, 20, 21,
22, 23, 24, 29, 36,
38, 40, 49, 55, 63,
69, 74, 92, 94, 105.
121, 135, 136, 138,
139, 140, 141, 161,
174, 197
Whitefield 74
Whitehead 12, 34
Whitehurst 12, 13
Whitelaw 11. 15. 16
Whitley 138
Whitelow 165
Whitemon 136
Whiter 146
Whites 29
Whi tesell 135
Whiteside 44, 135
Whitfield 76
Whitley 5, 141, 164
Whitlock 116
Whitly 135
Whitmore 188
Whitney 13, 121, 130
Whittaker 150
Whitsell 138
Whitten 74
Whitton 105
Whitworth 135, 141
Whorton 135
Wiator 135
Wick1e 56
Wiggs 36, 74
Wilbanks 138, 139
Wilburn 74
Wilder 102
Wiles 3, 78, 139
Wiley 45
Wilhite 100
Wilie 39, 70
Wilkerson 25, 48. 56
Wilkes 46
Wilkins 135. 138,143Witherspoon 61
Wilkinson 7, 10, 12,Witson 183
Willbanks 135
Witten 126
Willburn 74
Wolf 49, 102
Williams 3, 10, 11, Wolfe 5, 23, 150
12, 14, 15, 16,
Womack 10, 70,
18, 22, 23, 27,
98, 163
28, 29, 30, 31,
Womble 12, 140,
32, 36. 39, 42,
141
68. 72, 73. 74,
Wood 13, 16, 18.
77, 79, 80, 92,
34. 37, 52. 60.
92, 94. 106, 108,
74. 94, 104, 135.
109, 114. 116,
137, 138, 140.
130. 131, 135.
141, 161. 178
136, 137, 138.
Woodard 38, 69
139, 140. 141.
Woodcock 29, 92
143. 152, 164,
Woodfin 149
174. 175. 176,
Woodruff 74, 164,199
177,178,181,
Woods 12,16,18,
196
37, 52, 74, 158
Williamson 13, 22. Woodson 28, 32, 164
36, 49, 61, 75.
Woodward 9. 22, 55,
76, 136, 198
70, 77, 78
Willingham 135, 136.Wooldridge 76
141
Wooten 29. 94. 108,
Willis 16, 36,47.
109, 135, 164,
135, 146. 150
166
Willoby 140
Wooton 28, 92
Willoughby 10, 74, Word 34. 74, 114,
135
170
Wills 15, 16, 112. Workman 137
113, 114, 136,
World 12
168. 169, 170
Wormley 21
Willson 29, 135
Wortham 15. 74
Wi1mon 127
Worthington 43, 63,
Wilson 10. 11, 12,
192. 193. 194,
13, 14. 15, 21,
195
23, 24. 29, 30,
Wray 106. 135
74. 79, 80, 92,
Wren 130
94, 98, 108, 110. Wrey 106, 107. 177
123, 124, 135,
Wright 11. 14. 15,
137. 138. 171,
16. 20. 21, 24,
183, 196
29. 37, 55. 56,
74, 86, 94, 96,
Wimberly 92
Wimpy 72. 171, 172
98, 140, 163
Winburn 14
Write 137
Winchel 74
Wyatt 10, 170
Winchester 13, 135 Wyndham 23
Winders 199
Wynn 34, 179
Windham 61
Wynne 12, 15
Winfield 13. 87
Wyrick 36, 39, 109
Wythe 112, 113
Winford 14
Winfrey 110, 171
Wingow 74
- Y Winn 135, 141
Yancey 74, 109
Winningham 13, 15
Yancy 13, 14, 46,
Winstead 81, 135,
47
136, 137, 138,
Yandell 128
140, 143
Yandle 27, 89, 163
Winston 12, 16,
Yarberry 55
135, 137
Yarbrough 38, 74
Winters 37, 74
Yardley 3
Wirt 135
Yarne1 12
Wiscom 107
Wisdom 36. 37, 69, Yates 24, 38, 50,
74, 121, 146, 135
70, 72, 74, 135,
Yeager 23
174, 175, 178,
Yeargan 55
199
Yearwood 74
Wise 14, 15. 174
Yell 47, 100
Wisecox 14
Yendel 135
Wiseman 149
Wishon 96
Yomans 69
York 37, 107, 109,
147
Young 13, 15, 16,
17, 21, 39, 43,
63, 74, 89, 94,
96, 115, 137.
138, 139, 140,
143,147.153,
188
- Z Zachery 92
Zickefoose 46
ZarskoyoloZarskoje1oZarskogo10 168.
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