Willie Dean Cooper

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Willie Dean Cooper

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Arthur David Cooper was born 30 Sep 1882, (Texas) (son of Lawrence Preston Cooper and Mary Elizabeth Carroll); died 30 May 1946, Georgia; was buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Bell County, Texas.

    Arthur married Della Lee McGregor Abt 1908, (Texas). Della (daughter of Phillip Andrew McGregor and Martha Belle "Mattie" McGee) was born 15 Jul 1885, Warren County, Tennessee; died 1 Oct 1955, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; was buried 1 Oct 1955, Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Bell County, Texas. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Della Lee McGregor was born 15 Jul 1885, Warren County, Tennessee (daughter of Phillip Andrew McGregor and Martha Belle "Mattie" McGee); died 1 Oct 1955, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; was buried 1 Oct 1955, Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Bell County, Texas.

    Notes:

    Daughter of Phillip A. and Martha McGee McGregor, according to Texas death certificate; however, the dates of birth for a Phillip M. and Martha McGee McGregor buried at Shellsford Cemetery in McMinnville, TN do not seem likely to be those of her parents. Another possibility is Phillip Andrew McGregor buried in Rosemound Cemetery in Waco. Need help with this one!

    Children:
    1. Clara Cooper
    2. Fanny Lou Cooper
    3. Ivan Cooper
    4. Claude Cooper
    5. 1. Willie Dean Cooper


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Lawrence Preston Cooper

    Lawrence — Mary Elizabeth Carroll. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Mary Elizabeth Carroll
    Children:
    1. 2. Arthur David Cooper was born 30 Sep 1882, (Texas); died 30 May 1946, Georgia; was buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Bell County, Texas.

  3. 6.  Phillip Andrew McGregor was born 4 Nov 1858, Warren County, Tennessee (son of Jesse McGregor and Ruth Elizabeth "Betsy" McDaniel); died 8 Mar 1932, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; was buried 9 Mar 1832, Rosemound Cemetery, Waco, McLennan County, Texas.

    Phillip married Martha Belle "Mattie" McGee 18 Dec 1879, Warren County, Tennessee. Martha (daughter of Samuel McGee and Minerva Ann Hammonds) was born 24 Feb 1857, Warren County, Tennessee; died 25 Mar 1900, (McLennan County, Texas). [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Martha Belle "Mattie" McGee was born 24 Feb 1857, Warren County, Tennessee (daughter of Samuel McGee and Minerva Ann Hammonds); died 25 Mar 1900, (McLennan County, Texas).

    Notes:

    Moved to Texas. Catherine Lynn identifies her parents as Gentry & Fannie Higginbotham McGee...DAH

    Notes:

    Married:
    ,by E.W.Nunley,MG

    Children:
    1. Frank Wilson McGregor was born 1 Nov 1880, Warren County, Tennessee; died 10 Dec 1946, Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas; was buried Parkdale Cemetery,Tarrant Co.,TX.
    2. William Virgil McGregor was born 2 Mar 1882, Warren County, Tennessee; died 7 May 1942, (Riverside Co.) CA; was buried Mountain View Cemetery, Beaumont, Riverside Co., CA.
    3. Infant McGregor was born 30 Mar 1884, Warren County, Tennessee; died 30 Mar 1884, (Warren County) Tennessee.
    4. 3. Della Lee McGregor was born 15 Jul 1885, Warren County, Tennessee; died 1 Oct 1955, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; was buried 1 Oct 1955, Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Bell County, Texas.
    5. John Norman McGregor was born 11 Mar 1888, Warren County, Tennessee; died 3 Jan 1889, (Warren County) Tennessee.
    6. Lena Shelley McGregor was born 24 Apr 1891, Warren County, Tennessee; died 14 May 1971, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; was buried Rosemound Cemetery, Waco, McLennan County, Texas.
    7. Anna E. "Annie" McGregor was born 0___ 1896, Texas.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Jesse McGregor was born 27 Aug 1825, Warren County, Tennessee (son of Jehu McGregor and Sarah "Sallie" Dodson); died 25 Oct 1885, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: farmer

    Jesse married Ruth Elizabeth "Betsy" McDaniel 1843, Warren County, Tennessee. Ruth (daughter of Crawford McDaniel and Margaret (Randolph)) was born 13 Apr 1822, North Carolina; died 14 Dec 1899, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Ruth Elizabeth "Betsy" McDaniel was born 13 Apr 1822, North Carolina (daughter of Crawford McDaniel and Margaret (Randolph)); died 14 Dec 1899, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    Children:
    1. James Robert "Jim" McGregor was born 20 Oct 1844, Warren County, Tennessee; died 19 Nov 1915, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    2. John Marshall "Marshall" McGregor was born 15 Oct 1846, Warren County, Tennessee; died 13 Apr 1934, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    3. Paralee P. McGregor was born 11 Oct 1848, Warren County, Tennessee; died 15 Apr 1906, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    4. William McGregor was born 15 Nov 1850, (Warren County) Tennessee; died 18 Apr 1890, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    5. Temperance Ann "Tempy" McGregor was born 13 Feb 1853, Warren County, Tennessee; died 21 Dec 1918, Moody, McLennan County, Texas; was buried Naler Cemetery, Moody, McLennan County, Texas.
    6. 6. Phillip Andrew McGregor was born 4 Nov 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; died 8 Mar 1932, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; was buried 9 Mar 1832, Rosemound Cemetery, Waco, McLennan County, Texas.

  3. 14.  Samuel McGee was born 13 Dec 1805, Kentucky (son of John Alexander McGee, Sr., Patriot and Easter Clendenon); died 31 Dec 1884, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: farmer

    Notes:

    Magness Library, McMinnville TN, McGee Folder

    Samuel McGee

    Born in Kentucky on December 13, 1805 and died Dec. 31, 1884.

    Buried in McGee Cemetery. He was the son of John McGee (Rev. soldier, see pension records), died Jan. 24, 1820 and his wife,

    Ester Clendenon McGee died March 1846.

    Minerva Hamons McGee
    Born in Warren County, Tennessee on January 17, 1820 and died Oct 7, 1905. Buried in McGee Cemetery. She was the daughter of Leroy Hammons and Mary (Polly) Hampton. Miinerva Ann was
    one of their 13 children. Leroy Hammons moved to Warren-White County, Tennessee in 1809, from Giles-Montgomery Counties area of Virginia.

    He erected a tavern at Scott's Ford near Viola in 1828, which was a stage stop.

    A Captain, White County, Milita on August 1, 1807 and on May 21, 1808 he became commandant and Lt. COl. of the Warren County Milita.

    He married Mary Hampton on September 10, 1809 in White County, Tennessee.

    Leroy served during the War of 1812 in the 2nd Regiment, West Tennessee Milita under General Winchester, he was discharged at Wilson's Springs, Alabama on April 10, 1815.

    In 1820, he owned nine slaves and this had increased to 13 by the 1840 Warren County, Tennessee Census.

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    Reared his family at the home place in McGee Cove. Laid to rest in the family plot nearby.
    Member of the 30th & 31st Tennessee General Assemblies,1853-57.
    Represented Warren County, Democrat.Extent of schooling not known.
    Elected sheriff of Warren County in 1838.
    Elder of Shiloh Church.

    Samuel married Minerva Ann Hammonds Abt 1840, (Warren County, Tennessee). Minerva (daughter of Leroy Hammons and Mary "Polly" Hampton) was born 17 Jan 1820, Tennessee; died 7 Oct 1905, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Minerva Ann Hammonds was born 17 Jan 1820, Tennessee (daughter of Leroy Hammons and Mary "Polly" Hampton); died 7 Oct 1905, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Minerva Hammons

    Notes:

    Living with her son, William, during 1900 census...DAH.

    Children:
    1. James Lockhart McGee was born 6 Jan 1842, Warren County, Tennessee; died 29 Sep 1919, Young County, Texas; was buried Red Top Cemetery, Young County, Texas.
    2. Mary Ann McGee was born 17 Nov 1843, Warren County, Tennessee; died 17 Feb 1919, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried New Union Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.
    3. William C. McGee was born 22 Nov 1844, Warren County, Tennessee; died 6 Jan 1923, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    4. Thomas C. McGee was born 16 May 1846, Warren County, Tennessee; died Bef 1860, Warren County, Tennessee.
    5. Sarah "Sally" McGee was born 6 May 1847, Warren County, Tennessee.
    6. John Alexander McGee was born 6 Jan 1849, Warren County, Tennessee; died 6 Feb 1937, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    7. Gentry McGee was born 25 Jan 1851, Warren County, Tennessee.
    8. Samuel Crawford McGee was born 16 Aug 1852, Warren County, Tennessee; died 16 Jan 1897, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    9. Richard L. McGee was born 17 Jul 1855, Warren County, Tennessee.
    10. 7. Martha Belle "Mattie" McGee was born 24 Feb 1857, Warren County, Tennessee; died 25 Mar 1900, (McLennan County, Texas).
    11. Esther McGee was born 28 Aug 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; died YOUNG.


Generation: 5

  1. 24.  Jehu McGregor was born 0___ 1796, North Carolina (son of William "Will" McGregor, Jr. and Mary Jane "Martha" Stiles); died 0___ 1870, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: farmer

    Notes:

    A member of "Rocky River Baptist Church", Warren County, Tennessee in 1828 ... http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/tn/warren/church.htm

    Jehu married Sarah "Sallie" Dodson (~ 1820), (Warren County) Tennessee. Sarah (daughter of Jesse Buford Dodson, Sr. and Ruth Dodson) was born 0___ 1800, (Grainger County) Tennessee; died ~ 1870, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 25.  Sarah "Sallie" Dodson was born 0___ 1800, (Grainger County) Tennessee (daughter of Jesse Buford Dodson, Sr. and Ruth Dodson); died ~ 1870, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    A member of "Rocky River Baptist Church", Warren County, Tennessee in 1828 ... http://www.combs-families.org/combs/records/tn/warren/church.htm

    Children:
    1. Richard (Richmond) McGregor was born 6 Nov 1820, Warren County, Tennessee; died 7 May 1891, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    2. 12. Jesse McGregor was born 27 Aug 1825, Warren County, Tennessee; died 25 Oct 1885, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    3. Nancy Elizabeth A(nn) McGregor was born 27 Aug 1825, Tennessee; died 9 Oct 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Armstrong Church Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    4. Hixa "Hixie" McGregor was born 0___ 1827, (Warren County) Tennessee; died 24 Dec 1887, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Fuston Cemetery, Gath, Warren County, Tennessee.
    5. Mary "Polly" McGregor was born 0___ 1831, (Warren County) Tennessee; died (Warren County, Tennessee); was buried Blue Springs Church Cemetery, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee.
    6. Tabitha McGregor was born 0___ 1837, Warren County, Tennessee; died Bef 1874, Arkansas.
    7. Ruth McGregor was born 1837, Warren County, Tennessee.
    8. Sarah J(ane) McGregor was born 1843, Warren County, Tennessee.
    9. Margaret S(arah) McGregor was born 14 Nov 1845, Warren County, Tennessee; died 9 Apr 1907, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    10. Victoria McGregor was born 1850, Warren County, Tennessee.

  3. 26.  Crawford McDaniel was born Abt 1785, North Carolina; died 1 Dec 1832, Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    It is possible that his parents are John McDaniel and Elizabeth Crawford ... http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:John_McDaniel_and_Elizabeth_Crawford_(1)

    Crawford married Margaret (Randolph) (North Carolina). [Group Sheet]


  4. 27.  Margaret (Randolph) (daughter of John M. Randolph and Mary "Polly" Hogan).

    Notes:

    re 1880 Van Buren Census.

    Children:
    1. Biddie McDaniel was born 9 Jul 1813, North Carolina; died 10 Oct 1889, Warren County, Tennessee.
    2. Hillie Ann McDaniel was born 0___ 1813, North Carolina.
    3. 13. Ruth Elizabeth "Betsy" McDaniel was born 13 Apr 1822, North Carolina; died 14 Dec 1899, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    4. Crawford A. McDaniel, Jr. was born 24 Dec 1832, (Van Buren County) Tennessee; died 30 May 1891, (Warren County, Tennessee); was buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Van Buren County, Tennessee.

  5. 28.  John Alexander McGee, Sr., Patriot was born 30 Jan 1757, Commonwealth of Virginia; died 24 Jan 1820, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot
    • Birth: 30 Jan 1761, Rockbridge County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Author unknown; "John McGee, A Revolutionary Soldier, is of Scotch-Irish descent, was born in the State of Virginia, January 30, 1757. His wife, Easter Clendenon McGee, was born January 30, 1769. They lived in the Virginia Valley before moving to Tennessee and relocated in what is known as "McGee Cove" in the 18th century. The first building stood near where Floyd McGee now lives, later he built a large log home in the same location with fireplace in the middle. John McGee was not only a Revolutionary War soldier but an Indian Fighter also. John McGee was the father of 9 children. He died at his home in Warren County, January 24, 1820. His wife, Easter, died March 24, 1846. They both were laid to rest in the family plot near the home.

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    To The Honorable House Of Congress on the Committee of Military Affairs:

    "With humble (respects), John McGee, Sr., I would inform your Honorable Body that I served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War and I yet have my discharge which reads as follows: (The bearer hereof, John McGee, a soldier in my Company of the 12th Virginia Regt. whose term of enlistment is fully expired having served upwards of two years and behaved himself during said time as good soldier is hereby discharged given under my hand at Ft.Randolph on October the 10th 1778 - Signed, Wm. McKey (Capt., 12th Virginia Regiment) for which services I have received any land grant nor warrant nor gave no person any power of attorney to receive it in my behalf -

    I your petitioner was on Lewis's Campaign against the Shawnee Indians and at the Battle at Gilford Court House with General Green against Lord Cornwallis, and have been wounded in my arm with two bullets through between my elbow and my wrist and on ball through my shoulder -

    I, your petitioner, John McGee, prays that your honors would grant me some land or warrant for land in the Western Country (as my residence is there in West Tennessee and Warren County) or do otherwise as your Honors shall think best and I your petitioner will ever pray-

    This from your humble servant-John McGee

    fought in the 12th Virginia Regiment, discharged at Fort Randolph, Virginia (now West Virginia), in 1778. He was wounded by two bullets through his elbow and wrist and one ball through his shoulder. He also fought in Lewis's campaign against the Shawnee (1774) and fought at the battle of Guilford Courthouse (1780).

    Click here for images of the McGee Homeplace... http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mcgee/index.html

    Dean McGee is the author and webmaster of this website. We were early collaborators on his McGee bloodlines...DAH

    John's DNA ... http://www.familytreedna.com/public/mcgee/default.aspx?section=yresults

    Military:
    John McGee from Warren County, TN was in the Virginia militia and fought under Washington... Stephen Lamar Jones

    John married Easter Clendenon Abt 1790, Nelson County, Kentucky. Easter (daughter of John Clendenon and Mary "Margaret" LNU) was born 30 Jan 1769, Virginia; died 24 Mar 1846, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  6. 29.  Easter Clendenon was born 30 Jan 1769, Virginia (daughter of John Clendenon and Mary "Margaret" LNU); died 24 Mar 1846, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    1840 Warren County Census, p. 2: "Ester McGee: M010011; F0100010001, 1 S".

    Children:
    1. Jane McGee was born 28 May 1797, Tennessee; died 0___ 1857, Warren County, Tennessee.
    2. Mary McGee was born 11 Jan 1799, Kentucky.
    3. Clendenon "Clint" McGee was born 9 Sep 1800, Tennessee; died 2 May 1846, Warren County, Tennessee.
    4. Sarah McGee was born 4 Apr 1802, (Tennessee).
    5. Richard McGee was born 5 Mar 1804, (Kentucky); died YOUNG, (Giles County, Tennessee).
    6. John Alexander McGee, Jr. was born 5 Mar 1804, Sevier County, Tennessee; died 12 Mar 1878, McGee Cove, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    7. 14. Samuel McGee was born 13 Dec 1805, Kentucky; died 31 Dec 1884, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.
    8. Elizabeth McGee was born 21 Dec 1808, (Warren County, Tennessee); died YOUNG, Warren County, Tennessee.
    9. James L. McGee, Sr. was born 3 Jun 1813, (Warren County) Tennessee.

  7. 30.  Leroy Hammons was born 0___ 1780, Surry County, North Carolina (son of John Hammons and Sabre Napier); died 4 Aug 1843, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Zion Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Military: War of 1812 Veteran
    • Will: 19 Feb 1840, Warren County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    Built one of the first taverns in the county. Was located at Scott's Ford on Hickory Creek. Later owned by the Scott family.

    Ref "WCGA Bulletin",Vol.X #4,Winter 2001 for a more complete issue-registry...DAH

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    Posted By: Betty Whitlock
    Email: rlbcwhit@dtecom.net
    Subject: Re: Will of LEROY HAMMONS
    Post Date: October 13, 2006 at 07:24:10
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/hammons/messages/1123.html
    Forum: Hammons Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/hammons/


    The will of Leroy Hammons Sr. includes the following names (other than slaves):
    wife Polly Hammons
    son James
    daughter Talitha Powell, wife of John Powell
    son William (dead) and Wm.'s daughters Mary Ann and Missoury
    son Reubin
    daughter Elizabeth Sullivan, wife of Charles Sullivan
    daughter Caroline Hoover
    daughter Mary Coulson, wife of Bartlett Caulson
    daughter Minerva
    daughter Rebecca
    daughter Martha Ann
    daughter Margarette
    son John
    son Leroy

    Executors: Ransom Gwynn and William McGeehee

    Witnesses: Will Armstrong, John Thaxton and Nimrod Kell

    Codicil names:
    my wife Mary Hammons [Polly being a nickname for Mary]

    Settlement:
    Michael Hoover
    Joseph Waits
    A. V. Faulkner and wife

    http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?goodson::tn::34206.html

    October 29, 1881

    MARY COULSON daughter of Leroy and Mary Hammons, born in Warren Co., Tenn., April 18, 1817; married Bartlett M. Coulson, May 26, 1836; died Warren Co., Tenn., June 3, 1881.



    11 Sep 2009 Birth-year cited by FM Bradley, pedigree, 11 Sep 2009, bradleyfm@aol.com

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    War of 1812 Veteran
    Lieutenant Colonel, 2nd West Tennessee Militia

    Son of John Hammons Sr. and Mary _____.

    Husband of:
    1) Nancy Green (c.1783-c.1807)
    2) Mary "Polly" Hampton (c.1791-1858)

    Father of:
    1) James Hammons Sr.
    2) William Hammons
    3) Talitha (Hammons) Powell
    4) Elizabeth "Betsy" (Hammons) Sullivan
    5) Reuben Hammons
    6) Caroline A. (Hammons) Hoover
    7) Mary Ann (Hammons) Coulson
    8) John Hammons
    9) Minerva Ann (Hammons) McGee
    10) Rebecca E. (Hammons) Jones
    11) Leroy Hammons Jr.
    12) Martha Ann (Hammons) Faulkner
    13) Margaret (Hammons) Waites

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    COLONEL ALEXANDER LOURY & LT. COL. LEROY HAMMONS

    DESIGNATION: 2nd Regiment West Tennessee Militia
    DATES: September 1814 - April 1815
    MEN MOSTLY FROM: Davidson, Warren, Humphreys, Lincoln, Maury, Robertson, Smith, Sumner, White, and Williamson Counties.
    CAPTAINS: James Craig, Thomas Delaney, James Kincaid, John Looney, Gabriel Mastin, Asahel Rains, George Sarver, James Tubb, Thomas Wells, Joseph N. Williamson.

    BRIEF HISTORY:

    Part of General Nathaniel Taylor’s brigade, this regiment was scattered throughout the Creek territory and the vicinity of Mobile to man the various forts in the region: Forts Jackson, Montgomery, Claiborne, and Pierce. Some of the companies participated in the taking of Pensacola (7 November 1814) from Spanish authorities that were accused by Jackson of supporting British troops there.

    Loury resigned on 20 November 1814 and Lieutenant Colonel Leroy Hammonds took over as commander. The regiment was plagued by disease during its tenure in the Mississippi Territory. For example, a morning report of Captain Asahel Rains on 6 January 1815 shows twenty-seven on the sick list and twenty-seven additional men required to take care of the sick (totaling half the company).

    Military:
    Lieutenant Colonel, 2nd West Tennessee Militia

    (A note in the Barnes papers states that Leroy Hammonds was lieutenant Colonel in the Tennessee Militia from Sept. 20, 1814 to April 20, 1815 and served under General Winchester, and that he was mustered out of service at Wilson’s Springs, Alabama.)

    Leroy married Mary "Polly" Hampton 10 Sep 1809, White County, Tennessee. Mary (daughter of David Hampton and Nancy Bryan) was born 0___ 1790, (Virginia); died 18 Jul 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Zion Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  8. 31.  Mary "Polly" Hampton was born 0___ 1790, (Virginia) (daughter of David Hampton and Nancy Bryan); died 18 Jul 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Zion Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    Maiden name identified in WCGA Bulletin,Vol.VII,No.1,p.29...DAH

    Children:
    1. 15. Minerva Ann Hammonds was born 17 Jan 1820, Tennessee; died 7 Oct 1905, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.


Generation: 6

  1. 48.  William "Will" McGregor, Jr. was born 0___ 1755, (Scotland) (son of William "The Preacher" McGregor and Sarah Flowers); died 6 Oct 1839, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Religion: Baptist Preacher
    • Probate: 4 Oct 1839, Warren County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    May have had a marriage previous to Miss Stiles. I note that because their progeny begins when Will is 29 years-of-age which seems late in life for the period...DAH

    Larry McGregor cites his first marriage was with Elizabeth Webb

    end of comment

    page 1-D;

    "Some say that William McGregor m. Easter (Esther) Stiles. No proof has been found."


    page 8-A; "...some say Elizabeth Webb."

    Catherine Gaffin Lynn;

    "Elijah Dodson married Sallie McGregor, 1770-1858. She was a daughter of William McGregor, a brother of John McGregor who immigrated from Warwick Co.,Va about 1782-1785 and who both settled in Warren Co., Tenn. Near Smyrna."

    end of comment

    From: "Carolyne McGregor-Long"
    To: "Bill Williams" ; "David Hennessee" ; "Larry L. McGregor"
    Cc: "Miss Ishbel McGregor Secretary"
    Subject: Fw: Monday hello
    Date: Monday, August 05, 2002 8:58 AM

    Greetings from California! (Hello cousins, Bill & David.)

    Trust you are all well. I'm forwarding a response that I received from our Society Secretary (Clan Gregor Society, Scotland), Ms Ishbel McGregor...I had e-mailed her regarding trying to find info on either Apion's Glen or Ossian Glen in Scotland, and she was kind enough to check in w/Dr. Hutcheson (as he does not have e-mail). It's purported that Rev. William McGregor (who came to the colonies to preach in the meeting houses from Scotland) was from Ossian's Glen. Larry, who is a genealogist & new member of our Western USA Chapter (CGS), has been helpful w/this research. He has info that possibly Apion's Glen is the correct location.

    In 1994, while Doyle & I were in the Perthshire area, Dr. A. MacGregor Hutchison was kind enough to spend time w/us. At one point, he took us on a wonderful outing/day-trip to a great deal of MacGregor sights. He is learned in history & place names of Scotland. I've asked before about Ossian's Glen, or a place once known as Ossian's Glen. There is a Loch Ossian, which is high above Glen Lyon, one of the glens Gregor took us a tour through, and wonderful experience, I might add. In trying to pin point g-g-g-g-grandfather's origins, traveling every avenue is quite difficult. I still maintain that these MacGregor brothers (William, Bartlett, John & possibly one other, think Andrew) came from an area where they had an opportunity to study...surely one didn't just sail over from Scotland & start preaching in the colony meeting houses without some sort of education, even back in those times.

    I would like to research further regarding the ancient town of Dull & a school/college, said to be the first seminary of education mainland Scotland (have not confirmed this). Dull apparently became a famous educational centre - mid centuries schools which was removed to Kunkeld - later St. Andrews.....this town was in the area of Glen Lyon, Rannoch area. Loch Ossian is to the northeast of this, if my memory serves me well.

    Thanks for reading through....this is getting to be a lengthy saga on our illusive McGregors.

    All the best,
    Carolyne McGregor Long (CGS/ACGS)

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: clangregor
    To: Carolyne McGregor-Long
    Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2002 4:53 PM
    Subject: RE: Monday hello


    Dear Carolyne,

    Gregor phoned me tonight (perhaps I should say last night) and I asked him about your query.

    He has never heard of Apion's Glen but reminded me that there is a district called Appin just north of Oban and there is an area near Aberfeldy called Appin of Dull. Whether either of these have any connection with your Apion ........ We just don't know.

    Gregor also informed me that part of what we call the Sma' Glen, between Crieff and Aberfeldy, is called Ossian's Glen. (Ossian was son of Fingal). Well! Just goes to prove we are never too old to learn.

    I can relate to your comment about e-mails. Every time I sit down to try and get some work done, I get a great load of e-mails. Once I have answered them, there is no time left to do the work I set out to do. I'm not sure how to overcome this problem. Any ideas?

    Slainte

    Ishbel.
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Carolyne McGregor-Long [mailto:crnlyon@inreach.com]
    Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2002 4:21 PM
    To: clangregor
    Subject: Re: Monday hello


    Dear Ishbel,

    Do trust your back problem has improved greatly. I certainly can relate on that one, having some serious issues with mine. I think I probably already knew, in the back of my mind, that Gregor did not have or want computer...some days I'm with him on that. ha! Seems I'm always in hurry due to schedules, family & the like, and everytime I get on-line, there's a mountain of e-mails to sort through. My goodness, technology is getting too fast for me.

    About a place once called/known as Ossian's Glen...perhaps it never existed and if it did, possibly, only a handful of MacGregor's knew it as such. This may be a mystery which will stay just that, a mystery. Do appreciate your help and pls do tell Gregor hello for me. Our time spent w/him during 1994, was indeed special, a highlight of our travels that year.

    Best to you and yours, aye.
    Carolyne

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: clangregor
    To: Carolyne McGregor-Long
    Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 2:56 PM
    Subject: RE: Monday hello


    Dear Carolyne,

    Thank you, yes! I did enjoy my break from the normal routine of life but unfortunately a back problem rather curtailed my activities and I have just been told by my chiropractor that the problem normally takes at least six months to settle. I shall just have to plod on as best I can.

    Gregor does not have e-mail and is adamant that he never will. He's not even interested in having a computer, in spite of the enormous amount of work he does. He just passes most of it to me for typing!!!

    I will certainly put your question to Gregor. I cannot help on this one as I have never heard of either Ossian's Glen or Apion's Glen. Perhaps he will be able to throw some light on it. He should be in touch with me very soon.

    Yours Aye,
    Ishbel.



    -----Original Message-----
    From: Carolyne McGregor-Long [mailto:crnlyon@inreach.com]
    Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 1:44 PM
    To: Miss Ishbel McGregor Secretary
    Subject: Monday hello


    Dear Ishbel,

    Hope this finds to well & that you returned home from your brief holiday very refreshed. It's work day for me, so must rush along. I'm hoping that you might be able to help me w/a wee question for Gregor Hutcheson. If he has e-mail, I do not have his address, so am inquiring by way of you as I believe you have contact w/him on a fairly regular basis. Would you be so kind to ask Gregor (or perhaps you know this yourself)... is there now or was there ever an Apion's Glen, Scotland? I have new info on my mysterious Rev William McGregor, reportedly from Ossian's Glen, Scotland, & the possibility that it is not such, but Apion's Glen. Sorry, my curiosity has gotten the better of me. I know you are tremendously busy, but should you get the chance, I would appreciate hearing from you on this very much.

    Best wishes,
    Carolyne crnlyon@inreach.com

    end of comment

    William married Mary Jane "Martha" Stiles 0___ 1785, Montgomery County, North Carolina. Mary was born 12 Aug 1760, Chesterfield County, Virginia Colony; died 6 Feb 1832, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 49.  Mary Jane "Martha" Stiles was born 12 Aug 1760, Chesterfield County, Virginia Colony; died 6 Feb 1832, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: "could have been, Esther Stiles"

    Children:
    1. Mary Ann McGregor was born 0___ 1783, (North Carolina).
    2. Ezekiel McGregor, Sr. was born 24 Nov 1784, Northampton County, North Carolina; died 23 Sep 1856, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    3. Willis Wallace McGregor was born 24 Nov 1784, North Carolina; died 8 Aug 1861, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    4. Elizabeth McGregor was born 0___ 1789, (North Carolina); died Warren County, Tennessee.
    5. Sarah "Sallie" McGregor was born 0___ 1792, Bute County, North Carolina; died 0___ 1868, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    6. Richmond J. McGregor was born 2 May 1794, (Bute County) North Carolina; died 9 Jan 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    7. Martha Jane McGregor was born 30 Sep 1794, Montgomery County, North Carolina; died 22 Feb 1892, Greenfield, Dade County, Missouri; was buried Wetzel Cemetery, Greenfield, Dade County, Missouri.
    8. 24. Jehu McGregor was born 0___ 1796, North Carolina; died 0___ 1870, Warren County, Tennessee.
    9. Selena McGregor was born 28 Dec 1799, North Carolina; died 3 Mar 1874, Dade County, Missouri; was buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Greenfield, Dade County, Missouri.
    10. William McGregor was born 0___ 1805, Montgomery County, North Carolina; died 0___ 1867, Dade County, Missouri.

  3. 50.  Jesse Buford Dodson, Sr. was born 22 Nov 1752, Halifax County, Virginia (son of Thomas Dodson, Jr. and Elizabeth Rose); died 22 Nov 1843, Riceville, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Matlock Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farmer
    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot
    • Religion: 1801-1805; Primitive Baptist Elder
    • Religion: 0___ 1820; Primitive Baptist Elder

    Notes:

    Sketches of Tennessee's Pioneer Baptist Preachers... http://www.knoxcotn.org/tnbaptists/index.html

    JESSE DODSON

    "In memory of Rev. Jesse Dodson; born November 22, 1752; died November 22, 1843. A minister of the gospel sixty years." (Tombstone record, Eastanallee Church.)

    The deceased was born in Halifax County, Va. His first settlement in Tennessee was in Claiborne County. From there he went to Middle Tennessee. In 1819 he came to the Hiwassee Purchase, making a settlement in McMinn County, a few months before the county was "erected." On the Eastanallee is a house still standing, I believe, built ninety-eight years ago by Jesse Dodson.

    Soon after his settlement in the Hiwassee district he began pioneer work. He and seven others constituted themselves into the Eastanallee Church. He and Silas Witt organized New Hopewell. He and James Courtney founded the Hiwassee Church. Salem Church was organized by him and Richard Wilson, while he and John Short were co-founders of the Friendship Church. He was preacher to and pastor of these and other churches for many years. He was of Welsh extraction and had the Welsh fire. He was not trained to methodical sermonizing or systematic exposition of Scripture, but was earnest and fervent in exhortation, and was successful in revivals.

    Elder Dodson owned 300 acres of land in the heart of Eastanallee valley, and ten negroes, whom he "freed," it is said, after the death of his wife (by whom he came into possession of them), giving as his reason that he had "concluded that a bill of sale of negroes in his pocket would be a bad passport at the gate of Heaven."

    His wife was a Miss Ruth Johnson, of South Carolina, of a well-to-do. family, but the date of his marriage and other family and ministerial records have perished, were washed away or destroyed, it is thought, by the high waters of the Eastanallee in the year 1875. Editor's Note: Jesse was, in fact, married to Ruth Dodson, daughter of Elisha Dodson, Sr.

    He lived to preach and exhort sinners to repentance about sixty-one years, and on his 91st birthday died in the triumph of a living faith.

    Burnett, J .J. Sketches of Tennessee's Pioneer Baptist Preachers. Nashville, Tenn.: Press of Marshall & Bruce Company, 1919.

    HTML presentation of this material is Copyright (c) 2002 by Rose-Anne Cunningham Bray. All rights reserved.

    Thanksgiving of 1752 had a special meaning for Reverend Thomas DODSON and his wife Elizabeth ROSE, for on November 22nd they welcomed a new child into their Virginia family, Jesse DODSON. Not much is known about Jesse DODSON as a youth...one of at least 10 children in his family....but plenty is known about his adult life. Unknown to his father, a Virginia Baptist minister, Jesse would follow in his footsteps and change the lives of many settlers in the early days of America.

    At the time of the American Revolution, the dominant religious force in the colonies was the Church of England, the mother country for so many of its settlers. To be a minister of any church that had broken ties with England was difficult in many social settings, but by the time Jesse DODSON was 23 years old, he was living on land given to him by his father in what is now Pittsylvania County in Virginia, and starting his life as a Baptist preacher, . Jesse and his wife Ruth were married in 1774, one year before the gunfire at Lexington and Concord would start the colonies on a path of thier own, and in 1777, Jesse's name is on the list of those taking an Oath of Allegiance to the State of Virginia. While there is no evidence of military service for Jesse DODSON during the War, we can feel confident that he served in some capacity, for at the end of the War he received a Land Grant in North Carolina, which would become Tennessee.

    We know Jesse was still in Pittsylvania County, Virginia when the Revolutionary War ended in 1781, for he obtained property on Birch Creek, or Burches' Creek in some records. The following year he sold that land on "Jeremiah's Fork of Birches Creek" to relatives, and headed for Tennessee, leaving behind his brother William, also a Baptist minister.

    Rev. Jesse DODSON is listed as a member of the County Line Baptist Church, also known as the North on Holston River Baptist Church, in 1785 Hawkins County, Tennessee. Rev. Jesse DODSON joined the Big Springs Primitive Baptist Church in what is now Springdale, Tennessee in 1801, and became the Pastor of the congregation from November 1801 until November of 1805.

    In 1803, Jesse DODSON was listed in the tax records of what is now Claiborne County, in the northeast part of Tennessee, which includes part of Cumberland Gap National Park. The path from Virginia to Tennessee through Cumberland Gap had been widened by none other than Daniel Boone, and opened to wagon traffic after Rev. Jesse DODSON and his family passed through. The Big Springs Primitive Baptist Church that Jesse led was constructed in the winter of 1795-96 from hand-hewn logs, and is still standing today near Springdale, over two centuries later. It is one of the oldest churches still standing in the State of Tennessee.

    Jesse and Ruth DODSON left Claiborne County in 1806 and moved to Warren County, Tennessee, where they are listed on the 1812 Tax List, and the 1820 Census. While in Warren County, they were involved with the Collins Creek Baptist Church and several others in the area.

    Reverend Jesse DODSON was described by his peers as "earnest and fervent in exhortation", and "successful in Revivals". He was also said to have had the "Welsh fever" in describing his ancestrial traits and style of preaching, and is mentioned in the 1919 Baptist historical sketches as a Tennessee Pioneer Baptist Preacher.

    Around 1820, Rev. Jesse DODSON was called to lead the Big Springs Baptist Church on Mouse Creek, near Niota in McMinn County, Tennessee...only a year after the Hiwassee Purchase Treaty with the Cherokee Indians had opened that land to settlement. Jesse was a founder of the Eastanallee Baptist Church, and his son Elisha donated the land for the structure. Over the years Rev. Jesse DODSON would be involved in the early McMinn County churches of Salem, Hiwassee, Friendship, and New Hopewell. Owning 300 acres of land in the Eastanallee Valley, his wife Ruth had obtained ten slaves from her father's Will, and when Ruth died in 1828 Jesse set the slaves free stating that "a Bill of Sale of Negroes in my pocket would be a bad passport at the Gates of Heaven"....another brave act in a Southern State over 30 years before the Civil War. After more than 60 years of preaching from the pulpit, and inspiring many pioneer churches, Jesse DODSON died on his 91st birthday in 1843. He is buried in the Eastanalle Church Cemetery in McMinn County, Tennessee.

    The cemetery photo used at the top of this page in the header is the Eastanallee Cemetery, with the two broken headstones on the left side being those of Ruth and Jesse DODSON...and the Eastanallee Church is planning to replace them. Pioneer and Frontier Preacher, another good story in the ancestral book. Jesse is the 5th great grandfather of Anthony Martini, on his mother's side.

    "In memory of Rev. Jesse Dodson; born November 22, 1752; died November 22, 1843. A minister of the gospel sixty years." (Tombstone record, Eastanallee Church.)

    The deceased was born in Halifax County, Va. His first settlement in Tennessee was in Claiborne County. From there he went to Middle Tennessee. In 1819 he came to the Hiwassee Purchase, making a settlement in McMinn County, a few months before the county was "erected." On the Eastanallee is a house still standing, I believe, built ninety-eight years ago by Jesse Dodson.

    Soon after his settlement in the Hiwassee district he began pioneer work. He and seven others constituted themselves into the Eastanallee Church. He and Silas Witt organized New Hopewell. He and James Courtney founded the Hiwassee Church. Salem Church was organized by him and Richard Wilson, while he and John Short were co-founders of the Friendship Church. He was preacher to and pastor of these and other churches for many years.

    He was of Welsh extraction and had the Welsh fire. He was not trained to methodical sermonizing or systematic exposition of Scripture, but was earnest and fervent in exhortation, and was successful in revivals.


    His wife was Ruth Dodson, of the same family lineage of Dodson pastors. Together, Jesse and Ruth raised 12 children whom all followed in their faith.

    He lived to preach and exhort sinners to repentance about sixty-one years, and on his 91st birthday died in the triumph of a living faith.

    MINUTES OF BIG SPRING PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH

    [The first few pages are in very bad shape.]

    Church Records for the Year 1800 - 1801

    December 2nd Saturday 1800. ______Received John Goin in to fellowship. Received Obediah Jennings by experience. Agreed to continue meeting at Rob Camp 1st Saturday in January 1801 and appointed James Kinney, Elijah Chissum, William________, ________Harper and Isaac Lane to attend. Agreed to send James Kinney to Powder Gap Creek at their request.

    Feby the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st…..to continue meeting at Rob Camp.
    2nd____
    2nd Saturday_____Cloud by experience_______Richard________attend_______
    ______Saturday 1801. Church met for worship and proceeded to business.
    1st Opened a door for the reception of members.
    2nd Report made by the members from Robcamp that they received Marjorie Connor, Millie Armstrong into Fellowship.
    3rd Appointed James Kinney, Isaac Lane and Thomas Jeffries to attend at Rob Camp first Saturday in April.
    4th Peter Neal and William Stroud appointed to attend at Powells Valley Church on Gap Creek.

    April the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st. Opened a door for the reception of new members and received Judah Dodson by Experience.
    2nd Appointed Bro James Kinney, Thomas Jeffries, William Stroud, Joseph Clark and Elijah Chissum to attend at Rob Camp meeting house on the first Saturday in May.

    May the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Opened a door for the reception of new members.
    2nd The brethren that attended at Rob Camp made_______that they had received Richard Hanes and advised____Members to meet together to worship God and____over each other according to the gospel________if any should want to join to the Church______advise that they send to the body for________

    June the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceed_________
    1st Considered Bro. Obediah Martin's___________the ministry of the gospel______glory of God that he be_______ordinances but exercise______public prayer.
    2nd ______Zachariah McCul_____
    _____appoint Isaac Lane, Jesse Dodson and Joseph____to write with the church to which he formerly belonged their distresses.
    4th Appoint Isaac Lauk and Joseph______to write to the association.

    July the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Letters read and approbated.
    2ne Appointed a Church Meeting at Rob Camp meetinghouse and appoint Joseph Clark and Peter Neal to attend.
    3rd Appointed Joseph Cogdal to the association.

    August the 1st Saturday 1801. Church met at Rob Camp and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Appointed James Kinney, Jesse Dodson and Peter Neal to settle a distress with Bro. Obediah Martin which was attended by Brother Martin's recantation.
    2nd Dismist Richard Hanes, John Grimes, Milly Armstrong and Margery Conner.

    August the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Opened a door for the reception of members. Received Jesse Dodson by letter.
    2nd Elijah Chissum intended to travel desires letter of recommendation. Is granted a letter of dismission for himself and his wife when called for.
    3rd Agreed to petition for a division of the association.

    September the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Opened a door for the reception of members and received James Forrest and Mary his wife by letter.
    2nd Received Stacy Edwards by experience.

    ______Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Opened a door for the reception of members.
    2nd Appointed our meeting in November for sacrament and the day before for fasting and prayer.
    3rd. Brother William Stroud having a mind to travel requests a letter of recommendation is granted.
    4th Motion for choosing a pastor is defered.

    November the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Chose Jesse Dodson pastor.
    2nd Agreed to call Isaac Barton and William Jones to install our pastor.

    December the 2nd Saturday 1801. Church met and after worship proceeded to business.
    1st Agreed to send Brethren Jesse Dodson, Isaac Land and Joseph Cogdal to the church on Buffaloo to inquire into their stand with John Conley.
    End of Year 1800 - 1801

    Could he have had a daughter who married James Cunningham?

    October Second Saturday 1806. Church met at Big Spring and after worship proceeded to business.

    1st Hannah Hill, Mercurius and Rachel Cook took their seats.

    2nd Agreed to petition the Association for an alteration of their citing from Thursday to Saturday.

    3rd Association letter read and approved.

    4th Reference relative to Ritchard Harper continued to the 14th day of this month.

    William and Nancy Stroud, Obediah and Elisabeth Jennings, Jesse and Ruth Dodson and Dodson's Sukey (Susanna) and James Cunningham dismisd by letter.

    Tony Martini has put together an excellent biography with lots of location shots in Middle Tennessee ... http://graveyardgossip.blogspot.com/2010/03/martini-family-jesse-dodson-frontier.html

    Military:
    While there is no evidence of military service for Jesse DODSON during the War, we can feel confident that he served in some capacity, for at the end of the War he received a Land Grant in North Carolina, which would become Tennessee.

    Religion:
    Primitive Baptists, are also known as Hard Shell Baptists, Anti-Mission Baptists, or Old School Baptists. The adjective "Primitive" in the name has the sense of "original".

    Joined the Big Springs Primitive Baptist Church in what is now Springdale, Tennessee in 1801, and became the Pastor of the congregation from November 1801 until November of 1805.

    Religion:
    Around 1820, Rev. Jesse DODSON was called to lead the Big Springs Baptist Church on Mouse Creek, near Niota in McMinn County, Tennessee...only a year after the Hiwassee Purchase Treaty with the Cherokee Indians had opened that land to settlement.

    Jesse married Ruth Dodson 0___ 1774, Halifax County, Virginia. Ruth (daughter of Elisha Dodson, Sr. and Sarah Everett) was born 12 Dec 1754, Fauquier County, Virginia; died 22 Nov 1828, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Matlock Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  4. 51.  Ruth Dodson was born 12 Dec 1754, Fauquier County, Virginia (daughter of Elisha Dodson, Sr. and Sarah Everett); died 22 Nov 1828, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Matlock Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 25 Dec 1754, Pittsylvania County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Married:
    Ruth was his first cousin.

    Children:
    1. Nancy Dodson was born 0___ 1773, (Halifax County) Commonwealth of Virginia.
    2. Nimrod H. "Tip" Dodson, Sr. was born ~ 1775, Fauquier County, Virginia; died 18 Jan 1837, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee.
    3. Elizabeth Dodson was born 0___ 1776, (Halifax County) Commonwealth of Virginia; died 18 May 1850, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Warren County, Tennessee.
    4. Elisha Dodson was born 17 Sep 1785, (Halifax County) Commonwealth of Virginia; died 27 Apr 1864, Polk County, Tennessee; was buried Reliance Cemetery, Polk County, Tennessee.
    5. Elijah "Grandsir" Dodson was born 17 Sep 1785, (Halifax County) Commonwealth of Virginia; died 0___ 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shellsford Cemetery, 121 Bottoms Road, McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee 37111.
    6. Jesse Buford Dodson, Jr. was born 7 Mar 1791, (Halifax County) Commonwealth of Virginia; died 3 Aug 1878, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Matlock Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.
    7. William Dodson was born (Halifax County, Commonwealth of Virginia).
    8. Sarah "Sary" Dodson was born 4 Jun 1795, (Halifax County, Commonwealth of Virginia); died After 1860, (Tennessee).
    9. Tabitha Dodson was born 19 Mar 1798, (Halifax County, Commonwealth of Virginia); died 24 Nov 1839, Riceville, McMinn County, Tennessee.
    10. 25. Sarah "Sallie" Dodson was born 0___ 1800, (Grainger County) Tennessee; died ~ 1870, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.
    11. Ruth Dodson was born 1 Apr 1802, (Halifax County, Virginia); died 2 Mar 1885, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Liberty Cemetery, McMinn County, Tennessee.

  5. 54.  John M. Randolph was born (CIRCA 1790).

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Minister

    Notes:

    26 Jun 2002: Could this be the same John RANDOLPH?...DAH

    Parents of John William Randolph/Mary Ann Reavis

    Posted By: jan patton

    Date: Tuesday, 25 June 2002, at 9:59 p.m.

    Need help to find parents or sibs of John William Randolph b. 1796 NC; wife Mary Ann Reavis b. 1799 NC. Were in Warren Co. in 1840's; moved to Pope Co., Il. ca. 1846.

    Their children:

    Nathaniel Easterly,
    Samuel Richard,
    Rial Miller,
    Frances Elizabeth,
    Sophia Catherine,
    Francis Marion,
    Jasper Newton,
    James M.

    Jan Patton
    jpatton@ij.net

    John — Mary "Polly" Hogan. Mary was born (CIRCA 1790). [Group Sheet]


  6. 55.  Mary "Polly" Hogan was born (CIRCA 1790).
    Children:
    1. Mary "Polly" Randolph was born 18 Oct 1811, Warren County, Tennessee; died 26 Jan 1844, (Warren County, Tennessee); was buried Brick House Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.
    2. 27. Margaret (Randolph)
    3. Irena B. "Renie" Randolph was born 7 May 1811, Tennessee; died 8 Feb 1883, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Shiloh Cemetery, Rock Island, Warren County, Tennessee.

  7. 58.  John Clendenon was born 0___ 1744, Augusta County, Virginia (son of Archibald Clendenon and Esther Mayse); died 0___ 1790, Jefferson County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    Refer to Augusta Co.,VA Website for more information...DAH

    From: Tammie Chada
    To: BradleyFM
    Cc: David Hennessee
    Subject: Re: McGee and Clendenen
    Date: Monday, May 04, 1998 4:32 PM


    BradleyFM wrote:

    Dear Tammie:

    I have Esther and you have Easter. You have McGees middle name of Alexander I did not have. I have McGee b in Rockbridge County, Va.

    On Easter's parents I have her grandparents to be Archibald Clendennen, Sr. bc 1710 Scotland d 1749, Cowpasture, Augusta Cty, Va and 2nd m Esther Mayse(widow of Robert Burnside) and she died before 1756 in Augusta Cty, Va, 1st wife may have been Jane Beatty.

    McGees are a sept of the McKay Clan from upper NW of Scotland.

    Archibald's parent MAY have been William and Rose Kirkpatrick Clenendennen.

    Frank Bradley

    --
    Thanks!!

    Tammie Chada
    tchada@flash.net

    VA Patents 34, p. 367
    Library of Virginia Digital Collection:
    Land Office Patents and Grants
    ==========
    Archd. & Jno: Clendening
    340 Acres
    Form Page [illegible]st
    Examd.
    ----------
    George the Second &c: To all &c: Know ye that for the Considerations mentioned in an order of our Trusty and Wellbeloved William Gooch Esquire late our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our Colony and Dominion of Virginia in our Council of the said Colony Granted to John Robinson Esquire, James Wood Henry Robinson and John Lewis the xxix Day of October one thousand seven Hundred & forty three, We have Given Granted and confirmed and by these Presents for us our heirs and Successors Do Give Grant and confirm unto Archibald Clendening & John Clendening one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing three hundred and forty Acres lying and being in the County of Augusta and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at two pines on the East sides [sic] of the Cow Pasture River corner to the Land in possession of William Docharty thence up crossing the River one hundred and seventy five Poles to a black Oak and Poplar opposite to the House of William Docharty then[ce] West one hundred and eight Poles to three Black Oaks on the side of a Hill North seventy Degrees West sixty four Poles to two Pines on a hill, Thence South seventy Degrees West sixty four Poles cross the River to a Lynn on the Bank Thence South five Degrees East one hundred & eighty two Poles to three white Oaks, [T]hence South fifty five Degrees East sixty four Poles to a Black & White Oaks, thence North eighty Degrees east one hundred and fifty six Poles to a Sugar & Mulberry Trees on the River Side thence up the same South twenty Degrees East twenty Poles to a Hiccory at the Mountain Foot Thence up the River and Mountain Foot to the Beginning: With all &c: To have hold &c: To be held &c: Yielding & Paying &c: Provided &c: In Witness &c: Witness our Trusty and Welbeloved Francis Fauquier Esquire our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our said Colony & Dominion at Williamsburgh under the Seal of our said Colony the tenth Day of August one Thousand seven hundred and fifty nine In the thirty Third Year of our Reign ~
    Fran: Fauquier
    ==========
    Surnames: CLENDENING, ROBINSON, WOOD, LEWIS, DOCHARTY.
    NOTE: Transcriber's comments are in brackets [ ].
    NOTE: Image format copyrighted by the Library of Virginia.
    http://www.lva.lib.va.us/dlp/index.htm

    John married Mary "Margaret" LNU (Virginia). Mary was born (CIRCA 1745), (Virginia); died Abt 1790, Greene County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  8. 59.  Mary "Margaret" LNU was born (CIRCA 1745), (Virginia); died Abt 1790, Greene County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Mary Margaret

    Children:
    1. 29. Easter Clendenon was born 30 Jan 1769, Virginia; died 24 Mar 1846, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried McGee Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.
    2. James Marion Clendenon, Sr. was born 0___ 1775, Commonwealth of Virginia; died 0___ 1837, Warren County, Tennessee.

  9. 60.  John Hammons was born Abt 1748, Augusta County, Virginia (son of FNU Hammond and unnamed spouse); died 17 Aug 1819, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: John Hammon, Sr.
    • Also Known As: John Hammonds
    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot

    Notes:

    John (Road Block)10 HAMMOND Sr. (Charles (Road Block)9 HAMMOND, Thomas Howard8 HAMMOND Sr., John7, Thomas6, John5 HAMOND Sr., George Ralph4 HAMOND, Antony3 HAMOND Esq., William2 HAMOND, John1) was born Abt. 1748 in Augusta County, Virginia Colony, and died 17 Aug 1819 in Viola, Warren County, TN. He married (1) Mary HAMMOND. She died Unknown. He married (2) Sabra Joyce NAPIER Abt. 1778 in Fluvanna County, VA, daughter of Patrick NAPIER and Elizabeth WOODSON. She was born Abt. 1753 in Albemarle County, Virginia Colony, and died Abt. 1811 in Warren County, TN.

    Notes for John (Road Block) HAMMOND Sr.:
    Important Note: Charles (Road Block) HAMMOND may not be a parent of John (Road Block) HAMMONS Sr. This linkage has been established in order to make a connection with members of the large HAMMOND family that settled in the Anne Arundel County, Maryland area during colonial times. Y-DNA tests have proven that such a connection exists but exact lineage has not been found.
    _________________________________________________
    1.Media: Electronic
    Abbrev: Hammond/Napier
    Title: Twelve Generations of Farleys
    Author: Jesse Kelso Farley, Jr.
    Publication: Privately Printed, Evanston, Illinois 1943
    Press of Albin O. Horn Company, Chicago
    Note:
    Source shows probable relationship between John Hammond (b. 1748, Giles Co. VA; d. 17 Aug 1819, Warren Co. TN), Warren County, TN and Sabra Napier, probable daughter of Patrick Napier. Indicates John Hammond probably served as member of Virginia Revolutionary Militia of Montgomery Co., VA. References sale of Giles Co., VA property prior to moving westward to Tennessee. Property is said to have belonged to Thomas Hughes Napier, John Hammond's probable father-in-law.
    Page: pp. 101, 111, 114, 115. 117. 118, a.56, a.58
    Quality: 3
    __________________________________________________
    John HAMMOND (HAMMONS) Sr. was a member of the American Revolution.Org. He was a Private in Captain Cox's Company of the Virginia Militia from Montgomery County, Virginia 1777.
    __________________________________________________
    According to HAMMONS Researcher Margaret Austin, c1215@earthlink.net, one John HAMMONS was of Surry NC and his son, Leroy was Lt. Col. Leroy HAMMONS, son Woodson m Mary JOHNSON (d/o Jacob JOHNSON of Grayson VA & Warren TN), dau. Polly HAMMONS m Archbald BLANCHETT in Patrick Co VA. John HAMMONS, Sr. d 1820-23.
    __________________________________________________
    State of Tennessee be it remembered that heretofore to wit on the fourth day of September 1829 there was filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Chancery holders at McMinnville in the state aforesaid a bill in the words and figures following to wit: To the Honorable the Chancellor of the Eastern Division of the State of Tennessee, sitting at McMinnville: The bill of complaint of Charles, Woodson, Nancy, Elizabeth, Leroy HAMMONS, who is an infant, and sues by Charles Hammons, his brother, all of Jackson County, Alabama, Leroy Hammons Sr. of Warren County, Tennessee and Andrew Miller and his wife Polly of the Western District. Humbly praying begs leave to show to your honor that they are heirs and legal representatives of John Hammons, deceased, who died intestate in the County, Jackson, Alabama 1828.

    Depositions of Becky Shrouder: State of Tennessee personally appeared before me, Josiah F. Morford Clerk and Master of the District Court of Chancery holden at McMinnville in the State aforesaid on the 20th day of April AD 1831, Elisha Reynolds, Uriah York and Becky Shrouder witness in behalf of the complainants in a certain matter of controversy now depending in said court wherein John Hammons heirs and administrator are complainants and Layne and Hopkins are defts who first being duly sworn on the Holy Evangalists depose as follows:

    Becky Shrader 1st witness. Question 1st. By the complainants. Are you acquainted with the parties in this controversy? Answer: I am acquainted with them, the heirs of John Hammons, Leroy and the Adm's. I have no great acquaintance with the deft's. I have seen them. Question 2: State who are the heirs of John Hammons and give their names. Answer. There are six now living, two dead, Polly, the wife of Andrew Miller, Charles, Woodson, Nancy, Betsy and Leroy Hammons. Question 3rd: Were the above named children the legitimate children of John Hammons? Answer: They were, they never were otherwise reputed. Question 4th: Do you recollect that Houston Hammons and James Hammons went with John Hammons to drive some cattle from Mr. Hopkins quarters in this County and if so, state the time as near as you can. Answer: I do recollect of their going in company for that purpose and it has been about 10 or 11 years ago as near as I can recollect. HOUSTON HAMMONS IS MY SON. Cross examined by the defendants council. Did you say that one of the girl heirs of John Hammons was married? Answer: I understood that one Betsy was married to a man by the name of Henderson. Betsy Shrader [her mark].
    _________________________________________________

    More About John (Road Block) HAMMOND Sr.:
    Burial: Unknown, Viola, Warren County, TN

    Notes for Mary HAMMOND:
    Maiden Name Unknown.

    Children of John HAMMOND Sr. and Sabra NAPIER are:

    114 i. Selah11 HAMMONS, born Abt. 1773 in Patrick County, Virginia Colony; died Abt. 1819 in Wayne County, KY.
    115 ii. George Washington HAMMONS, born Abt. 1776 in Montgomery County, Virginia Colony; died Abt. 1821 in Cooper County, MO.
    116 iii. Rebecca HAMMONS, born Abt. 1778 in Virginia; died Unknown. She married Merriday KING 07 Jan 1796 in Montgomery County, VA; died Unknown.
    117 iv. Jane HAMMONS, born Abt. 1779 in Montgomery County, VA; died Abt. 1822 in East St. Louis, St. Clair County, IL.
    118 v. John HAMMONS Jr., born Abt. 1781 in Giles County, VA; died Abt. 1828 in Jackson County, AL.
    119 vi. Polly HAMMONS, born Abt. 1781 in Virginia; died Unknown. She married Andrew MILLER; died Unknown.
    120 vii. Thomas HAMMOND Sr., born Abt. 1785 in Virginia; died Abt. 1858 in Giles County, TN.
    121 viii. LTC Leroy HAMMONS Sr., born Abt. 1785 in Virginia; died 04 Aug 1843 in Warren County, TN.
    122 ix. Charles HAMMONS, born Abt. 1785 in Virginia; died 04 Aug 1843.
    123 x. Woodson HAMMONS, born Abt. 1786 in Virginia; died Unknown. He married Mary JOHNSON; died Unknown.
    124 xi. Nancy HAMMONS, born Abt. 1788 in Virginia; died Unknown.
    125 xii. William HAMMONS, born Abt. 1788; died Unknown.
    126 xiii. Mary HAMMONS, born Abt. 1790 in Patrick County, VA; died 22 Sep 1833 in Cooper County, MO. She married Alexander JOHNSON 06 Dec 1813 in Thaxton, Jackson County, TN; died Unknown.
    127 xiv. Woodson HAMMONS, born Abt. 1792 in Patrick County, VA; died Abt. 1820 in Warren County, TN.
    128 xv. Beulah HAMMONS, born Abt. 1796; died Unknown.
    > 129 xvi. William Housten HAMMONS, born Abt. 1806 in Kentucky; died Unknown

    Military:
    was a member of the American Revolution.Org. He was a Private in Captain Cox's Company of the Virginia Militia from Montgomery County, Virginia 1777.

    John married Sabre Napier Abt 1778, Fluvanna County, Virginia. Sabre (daughter of Patrick Napier and Elizabeth Woodson) was born Abt 1753, Albermarle County, Virginia; died Abt 1811, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  10. 61.  Sabre Napier was born Abt 1753, Albermarle County, Virginia (daughter of Patrick Napier and Elizabeth Woodson); died Abt 1811, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Joice Sabra Napier
    • Also Known As: Sabra Joyce Napier

    Children:
    1. George W. Hammons was born (CIRCA 1775), Montgomery County, Virginia; died ~ 1821, Wayne County, Kentucky.
    2. 30. Leroy Hammons was born 0___ 1780, Surry County, North Carolina; died 4 Aug 1843, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Zion Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.
    3. John Hammond, Jr. was born 0___ 1781, Giles County, Virginia; died Abt 1828, Jackson County, Alabama.
    4. Thomas Hammond was born Abt 1785, Commonwealth of Virginia; died Abt 1858, Giles County, Tennessee.

  11. 62.  David Hampton was born (~ 1770), (Virginia); died (Kentucky).

    David — Nancy Bryan. Nancy was born (CIRCA 1770), (Virginia); died (Kentucky). [Group Sheet]


  12. 63.  Nancy Bryan was born (CIRCA 1770), (Virginia); died (Kentucky).
    Children:
    1. 31. Mary "Polly" Hampton was born 0___ 1790, (Virginia); died 18 Jul 1858, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Zion Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee.
    2. Nancy Hampton was born 3 Mar 1803, Kentucky; died 9 Jan 1885, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Wooten Cemetery, Coffee County, Tennessee.


Generation: 7

  1. 96.  William "The Preacher" McGregor was born 0___ 1732, Perth, Perthshire, Scotland; died 0___ 1807, Montgomery County, North Carolina.

    Other Events:

    • Religion: Baptist Preacher
    • Also Known As: William McGregor, Ulster Scotsman

    Notes:

    15 Jan 2010

    To: Michael Allen McGregor (tst kit # 126138)


    Mike, this is in an effort to assist your quandry, and that of so many others, that have one of the many senior William McGregors as an ancestor in early America (1820 and before).

    The files reveal three (3) separate William McG lines that were noted to be in early NC. It is possible, however and perhaps likely, that one or more of these three have a familial relationship. Hopefully, thru DNA testing we will begin to determine those relationships, if any exists.

    I have chosen to designate these three Wm McG lines as follows: 1) "The Preacher", 2) "The Rebel" and 3) "The Warrick". Others have used the two first terms to describe their ancestor and I have selected the third term so that we have a clear distinction about whom we are speaking or writing.

    THE PREACHER WILLIAM MCGREGOR

    William McG, "The Preacher" is thought to have been b. @ 1735 in Scotland and is believed to have come to America "to preach in the meeting houses". Our earliest recognized record of the Preacher is with the Bute Co. NC Tax Roles for 1771. We also see mention of him in the 1774 minutes of the Kehuky Baptist Association, again in Bute Co. NC. Subsequently, he is noted on property deeds when he purchases land in Montgomery Co. NC. It is here that he is thought to have preached until his death in 1807.

    We are informed that a grave marker exists in NC's Morrow State Park indicating he and his wife's death. Although we have no supporting document, one researcher indicates the wife to have been one Sarah Courtland. Another researcher, who has both observed the grave marker and taken a tracing of same, states that the years are not clear. So, the date of death for William McG the Preacher is in question.

    We believe the Preacher had a son named William. This WILLIAM MC GREGOR is thought to have been b. 1755 in NC. He m. 1st Elizabeth Webb and 2nd Mary "Martha" Stiles. Wm the s/o the Preacher d. 1839 in Warren Co. TN. The children of this Wm McG are:

    1) Mary Ann (McG) Stokes b. 1783 m. Robert III
    2) Ezekiel McG b. 1784 m. Sarah Ware; he d. 1856
    3) Willis McG b. 1784 m. Susan Ware; he d. 1861
    4) Elizabeth (McG) Williams b. @ 1789
    5) Sarah "Sallie" (McG) Dodson b. 1792 d. 1868
    6) Martha Jane (McG) Mitchell b. 1794 d. 1872
    7) Jehu McG b. 1796 m. Sallie Dodson
    8) Richmond McG b. 1799 m. Mary "Polly" Myers; he d. 1858
    9) Jay McG b. 1800 m. Sarah
    10) Salina (McG) Shipley b. 1803 m. Raliegh
    11) William McG b. 1805 m. Mary; he d. 1867

    Three researchers (there are many others) descended from this McG line thru Ezekiel above are:

    --Billie McG tndixiechicken@hotmail.com

    --Carolyne (McG) Long crownlyon11@sbcglobal.net

    --Faye Jeannette (McG) Cole mccolefam@dishmail.net



    THE REBEL WILLIAM MC GREGOR

    Mike, you and others, appear to descend from "The Rebel" Col. William McGregor. However, your 3 distance away on the 67 DNA markers with Robert "Bob" D. McGregor (tst kit # 29834), the brother to Carolyne (McG) Long, suggests a common ancestor exists between the two of you. That is further illustrated by Dr. Richard McGregor's "twig chart" appearing in his 2 Jan '10 posting on the MacGregor DNA Project site. See Note 1 below on last page.

    This William McG, b. 1696 in Scotland (where unknown) is stated to have been "attained" in 1715 by the British, and therefore fled to America. See Note 2 on last page. Once settled in Northamption Co. NC he was given the title of Captain of a NC militia company. Upon meeting, the then Governor Gabriel Johnston, he was promoted to Colonel. See Note 3 on last page.

    According to Francis Bobbit McGregor, deceased (see Note 4 below), the Rebel Col. Wm McG had two sons: William Bartlett McGregor b. 1730 and John McGregor b. 1740, both in Northampton Co. NC. This, among other information, was what Frank had graciously shared with me concerning the two sons:

    WILLIAM BARTLETT MC GREGOR

    This William McG b. 1730 had four (4) sons:

    1) Flowers McG b. 1749
    2) Richmond McG b. 1760
    3) Bartlett McG b. 1770
    4) William McG b. 1789

    JOHN MCGREGOR

    And, John McG b. 1740 and wife Mary were noted to have had eight (8) children:

    1) Sarah (McG) Williams
    2) Frances (McG) Sandifer
    3) Thomas McG
    4) William McG
    5) Flowers McG
    6) Jean (McG) Brown
    7) Elizabeth McG
    8) Cindy (McG) Sandifer

    My records indicate that Bartlett McGregor b. 1770 in Northampton Co. NC and his wife Ann Harris had the children listed below. Bartlett McG d. 1840 in Stewart Co. TN.

    1) Nancy S. (McG) Hogan b. 1791 d. 1855 TN
    2) Harris Valentine b. 1794 m. 1st Lucy Ross and 2nd Eliza Ann Garnett
    3) Arvilla Ann (McG) b. 1795 m. 1st Wm Thomas Morris and 2nd Uriah Tyson
    4) John "Jack" NcG b. 1791-1800 d. in TX
    5) Mary Lucinda (McG) Stone
    6) Bartlett McG b. @ 1805 m. Elizabeth "Elie" Mann; he d. 1901 TX
    7) Joel McG b. @ 1806 d. 1870 TX
    8) Lucy (McG) Mann b. @ 1807 d. 1863
    9) Noah McGregor b. 1811 TN m. 1st Sarah "Sallie" Allen and 2nd Mahalia M. Duncan; Noah d. 1885


    Mike, since you appear to have a strong paper trail back to Noah McGregor, you then would be back thru Bartlett McG b. 1770 NC, William Bartlett McG b. 1730 and on to "The Rebel" Col. William McG. Below are a few researchers descended from this William McGregor:

    --Christy (Herndon) Clawson (email unknown) thru Noah McG

    --Joe White 55gregor@chartertn.net thru Noah McG

    --Lou Gilpin (email unknown) thru Harris Valentine McG

    --Melinda Conwell mindylou1118@msn.com thru Noah McG

    --William Bartlett McGregor b.mcgregor@worldatt.net thru Bartlett McG

    THE WARRICK WILLIAM MC GREGOR

    According to the 1790 Census for Northampton Co. this William McGregor is b. before 1766. He appears in the 1767-84 Warrick Co. VA Tax Lists. Further, a deed for 287 acres purchased on Jack Swamp in Northampton Co. NC indicated this William McG to be from Warrick Co. VA.

    From his will dtd in Apr 1809 and a codicil in Nov 1810 we can determine that he had a wife named Nancy in 1809, but she is not mentioned in the 1810 codicil. Their children are determined to be:

    1) William McGregor b. @ 1173 VA
    2) Anthony McG b. @ 1774 VA m. Lydia; he d. 1824 NC
    3) An unnamed female b. 1776-84 VA m. John Little
    4) Nancy (McG) b. 1785-90 m,. 1st Williams and 2nd Hill
    5) Alexander McG b. 1790 NC m. 1st Elizabeth Danielly and 2nd Mary Heath; he d. 1856 GA
    6) Frances Hutchins McG b. 1801-10 NC

    The son Wm McG b. 1773 VA first appears in Nash Co. NC as a witness on a 1797 deed. This Wm McG is head of household with family in the 1810 and 1820 census takings for the county. About 1824 he moves his family to Lawrence Co. AL. Before leaving Nash Co. NC a son William McG is born in 1803.

    Mike, Though I see no direct connection to the the Warrick William McG line, you may find that you have a distant common ancestor with Scott McGregor (tst kit # 153532) who is descended from this line. Scott and his father William Albert McGregor have both participated in the MacGregor DNA Project. I would once again refer you to Richard's "twig" Chart # 4 mentioned above. You will find Scott on a line at about 11:55pm (on the clock), whereas you are at about 12:10 and Robert "Bob" D. McG at about 12:05. You and Bob are on a separate branch of the "twig" from Scott, but you probably have a distance match in your markers.

    You can contact Scott McG at mcgregor@broadcom.com to make some comparisons for a possible connection.

    THE DNA MACGREGOR PROJECT

    For those of you receiving this communication that are not yet a part of the DNA Surname project you may want to consider doing so. It could very well lead you thru the gap so many of us find in our paper trails. You can contact Dr. Richard McGregor at chairman@clangregor.org

    My apologies for this being the length it is, but found it necessary to sort out the Wm McGs in early NC. Your response will be appreciated and I would encourage interchange by anyone that has been copied on this communication.

    Larry L. McGregor
    8517 E. Krail St.
    Scottsdale, AZ 85250
    480.483.5970
    480.483.5971 FAX
    _____________________
    Note 1 Chart #4 is the "twig" chart mentioned an acn be viewed a www.clangregor.org/macgregor/dna.html then click on http://themacgregordnaproject.blogspot.com

    Note 2 from the World Book Encyclopedia. "Attainder was a legal term for the loss of civil rights by an outlawed person or a person sentenced to death. According to old English law, such a person lost his rights to property. His land and his personal belongings were taken from him. Because he was judged to have suffered 'tainting' (corruption of blood) he could not inherit property or leave propery to anyone. Parliament put an end to attainder in England in 1870..." We can speculate that this Wm McG was involved in the first Jacobite Uprising that took place in 1715 and thereby was attained.

    Note 3 According to NC Archives, Vol II, both the Governor and Wm McG had been friends while they attended St. Andrews University in Scotland. We have no indication of when Col. William McGregor died.

    Note 4 Frank McGregor, a descendant of Col. Wm McG, was a prominent attorney in Hillsdale TX (outside Waco). Unfortunately, he was killed in a fire at his home resulting from a gas explosion in late 1998 or early 1999. It is not known if his genealogical materials were extinguished by the fire at his home or whether they were in an office safe at the time of the explosion. My last contact with Frank was in Oct 1998 and at that time his law firm was McGregor, McGregor & Carmichael, Inc. Hillsdale, TX tel # 254.582.7337. I believe that his daughter was a practicing attorney in the firm.

    end of comment

    _____

    24 Feb 2002: Could this "William" be father of William & John, cited by Catherine Gaffin Lynn? Is a tantalizing find by Carolyne McGregor-Long because familiar names are cited, William, John, Bartlett, et. al., however, it disturbs me that

    (a) the traditional naming pattern of that time has been ignored and
    (b) there is no mention of Virginia as home-places...DAH



    From: "Carolyne McGregor-Long"
    To: "Debbie Freeman" ; "Larry L. McGregor" ; "Bill Williams" ; "Chris N' Shawna McGregor" ; "Mike Swofford" ; "Shirley Couch" ; "Wilma Hatfield"
    Subject: The McGregor Bros
    Date: Monday, February 18, 2002 10:12 PM

    Hello Cousins!

    Just a wee e-mail to let you know that I've discovered some interesting info regarding a possible connection (place) w/our ancestors, the McGregor brothers...William, Bartlett, John....possibly another brother, whose name is unknown to me.

    Over a year ago, at the Bakersfield Scottish Highland Games, I visited one of the usual vendors, Tea & Sympathy, who deal in some very fine, sometimes old books. Being a book lover, I rarely pass up an opportunity to check through the racks. There was one book that took my notice, not that it was fancy or bright, just a wee worn green book w/the title of "The Road to Rannoch and The Summer Isles". I had to have it, so paid over $20 to take it home. Being I'm truly a busy & scheduled person, I've just now gotten round to reading this book. The author is T. Ratcliffe Barnett. The book was printed in Great Britain by Turnbull & Spears, Edinburgh, 1st edition July 1924. I'll send more info later when I have time to find my pages (lost my marker).

    What's exciting to me is to find some place where possibly our ancestors went to school. Speaking of Rev. William McGregor...we know he came to the colonies to preach in the meeting houses, he had collateral to make the journey to the new world & to purchase property at some point after getting here. Thus, he was not exiled from Scotland by force (it would seem) & not without another shirt in his bag, so to speak. Where did he get his schooling? Was it at his mother's knee? Possibly, however, rather doubtful as in those days, girls/women normally were not schooled. This place once called Ossian's Glen...where is it today? We do know there is an Ossian's Loch, which is higher up from Rannoch...but, is still in the same locale...mix this in w/Glen Lyon, south...not an impossible idea. I've always thought Glen Lyon played a role in this somehow, having been there, it's making more sense to me. There is a kirk (church) in Fortingal in Glen Lyon....but, what I've just read in this book, makes me wonder about another possibility. A place called Dull. Whether it's there today, I'm not sure, however, where Dull was, a church was built over a burial place of Adamnan (Saint), and a school & college - said to be the first seminary of education mainland Scotland. Dull became famous as an educational center, but in the mid centuries, the school was removed to Dunkeld, and later to St. Andrews.

    If any of you have time to research any of this in regards to our line of MacGregors, pls do, & keep us all posted. This is the first "clue" I've found that feels right, in a long time.

    Keep searching...we'll get over the pond & documented one of these days, I'm certain of it.

    Love to all,
    Carolyne

    end of comment

    Lineage of the McGregors of Warren County, Tennessee

    The following is derived from research done by Mary Elizabeth Barnes for The Wiseman Family and Allied Lines by Eugene M Wiseman, now deceased.

    Little substantiated proof of the Warren County, Tennessee McGregor lineage exists, however researcher Mary Elizabeth Barnes believes that it appears the McGregors came to Warren County from Northampton County, North Carolina. Her assumption is based primarily on the fact that several families who intermarried with our line of McGregors also left Northampton County, North Carolina area and moved to Warren County.

    Mary's research, published in The Wiseman Family and Allied Lines states; There are at least three William McGregor men listed in the 1790 census of North Carolina and two in southern Virginia. The William McGregor born about 1755 of Warren County is believed to be the son of a William McGregor, Sr. who was born between 1730-1735. This William Sr. also is assumed to have a son Richmond MeGregor.

    The Wiseman Family book further states; The following information has been gathered in an attempt to solve this problem of the parentage of William McGregor of Warren County, without resolution. It is presented here so that the reader may draw his own conclusion.

    The Will of John Gregory Jr., Charles County, Virginia, Westover Parish, dated 1776 names wife Martha Gregory, children Richmond Gregory and John Munford Gregory and brother William Gregory. William Christian was bondsman. (Martha Stiles McGregor is thought to be the name of William McGregor's wife.)

    A William and a John Gregory were Revolutionary soldiers in the 6th Virginia Regiment. Bute County, North Carolina 1771

    Tax List: William McGregor, Moses Curtis, Drury and John Christian, Green Hill, John Huckaby, James Huckaby, Thomas Huckaby, John Solomon, William Solomon, James Stiles, Thomas Webb, and William Webb. (Stiles and/or Webb is thought to be the name of William
    McGregor's wife.)

    Bute County, North Carolina Record Book A, 25 May 1772 Will states; William Solomon to William Solomon Jr. Gift of a negro man to be his at my death. Witness, John Edwards, William McGregor and Green Hill.

    In Index to the 1790 Census of Northampton County, North Carolina, shows John McGregor, William McGregor and Flowers McGregor, along with Thomas Webb. By 1796 the above were joined by Green Hill and Rowland Ware. Also the 1790 Census in Montgomery County, North Carolina, shows William McGregor, Bartlett McGregor, Thomas Huckoby and Bennett Solomon.

    John McGregor's will is in Montgomery County in 1794.

    A William McGregor bought land in Montgomery County in 1782 and 1779, and in Anson County in 1778, although these deeds are not necessarily all to the same William McGregor.

    In 1776 William McGregor was given a license to preach in Franklin (formerly Bute County) NC. He served as pastor of the Mouth of Uwharrie Baptist Church.

    On 1 July 1778 William McGregor bought the first land of record in Anson County, North Carolina, from Henry Mounger.

    In 1795, land was surveyed for William McGregor in Montgomery County, North Carolina

    1805 Tax List, Warren County, Tennessee shows: Ezekial McGregor, William McGregor and Willis McGregor

    1805 Tax List, Davidson County, Tennessee shows: Thomas McGregor

    1811 Tax List, Davidson County, Tennessee shows: Flowers McGregor

    1811 Tax List, Maury County, Tennessee shows: William McGregor

    1812 Tax List, Warren County, Tennessee shows: Ezekiel McGregor, William McGregor and Willis McGregor

    1820 Census, Warren County, Tennessee shows:

    Ezekiel McGregor with 2 males under 10, 1 male 18-26, 2 males over 45, 1 female under 10 and 1 female 16-26
    William McGregor with 2 males 10-16, 1 male over 45,1 female 16-26 and 1 female over 45
    Richmond McGregor with 1 male under 10, 1 male 18-26, 1 female under 10 and 1 female 16-26

    1830 Census, Warren County, Tennessee shows the following families:

    Jehu McGregor, William McGregor, Jr, Ezekiel McGreggor, Richmond McGregor, Ezekiel McGregor, William McGregor and Willis McGregor

    1836 Tax List, Warren County, Tennessee (Dist 4) lists: Jay McGregor (Jehu), William McGregor, Sr., Ezekiel McGregor, Richmond McGregor, William McGregor, Willis McGregor (Dist 9)

    1840 Census, Warren County, Tennessee shows the following families: Ezekiel McGreggor, William McGreggor, Richmond McGregger, Jay McGreggor, Ezekiel McGreger (slave schedule), William J McGreggor and Willia McGregger

    Mary Elizabeth Barnes' research closes with the following statement:

    "It would appear that William McGregor and Richmond McGregor, age 70-80 in the 1830 Census, both of whom lived and died in Warren County, Tennessee, might be the sons of William McGregor, Sr. who was born between 1730 and 1735.

    end of comment

    A Pedigree for William, "The Preacher". BTW, the researcher offer no source citations ... https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/McGregor-Family-Tree-92

    end of note

    Religion:
    In 1776, William McGregor was given a license to preach in Franklin (formerly Bute County) NC. He served as pastor of the Mouth of Uwharrie Baptist Church.

    Died:
    in 1806 he is identified as a "Messenger" for the Mouth of Uwharrie Baptist Church, North Carolina

    William married Sarah Flowers (Virginia). Sarah was born ~ 1755. [Group Sheet]


  2. 97.  Sarah Flowers was born ~ 1755.
    Children:
    1. 48. William "Will" McGregor, Jr. was born 0___ 1755, (Scotland); died 6 Oct 1839, Warren County, Tennessee; was buried Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee.

  3. 100.  Thomas Dodson, Jr. was born 0Oct 1707, Richmond County, Virginia (son of Thomas Dodson, Sr. and Mary May Durham); died 21 Oct 1783, Halifax County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Probate: Pittsylvania County, Virginia
    • Religion: Baptist Minister
    • Will: 12 Aug 1779
    • Probate: 21 Oct 1783, Pittsylvania County, Virginia

    Notes:

    "Will of Thomas Dodson of Pittsylvania Co.,VA, dated August 12, 1779, proved, October 21, 1783". Abstracted by Catherine Lynn.


    "In the name of God Amen this twelfth day of August in the year of our Lord 1779, I Thomas Dodson of Pittsylvania County of the State Virginia being in good health and perfect and sound memory...

    I give to my grandson Thomas Dodson, son of Jospehy deceased, the sum of one shilling Sterling.

    Item - I give and bequeath to my son Tho's Dodson my whip saw.

    Item - I also give and bequeath to my son George Dodson a Negro Levina, to him and his heirs forever.

    Item - I also give and bequeath to my son William Dodson after the death of my wife the plantation and tract of land whereon I now alive to him and his heirs forever.

    Item - I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Nevil one shilling.

    Item - I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth one shilling.

    Item - I give and bequeath my daughter Else Dodson one shilling.

    Item - I give and bequeath to my loving wife Ellinor Dodson all my moveable Estate excepting my still and whipsaw, such as horses, cattle, hogs, and sheep with all my household and kitchen furniture provided she will give up her join and what I had with and in not as much to be sold as will pay her and she shall have the remainder likewise I lend her the use of my Negro woman named Violet, her natural life and afterward to my son Jesse Dodson and his heirs forever provided the wench should breed in my wife's life the said child or children to return with their mother to my son Jesse Dodson and his heirs forever.

    Item - I also leave my still to be valued at my decease and for my son Jesse to have the still by paying his brother and sisters their equal proportion according to the valuation of said still.

    Item - I also give to use of the Separate and Regular Baptists to meet in the worship service of the Lord, the Meeting house near John Creek's Mill with three acres of land to the same more of less.

    Item - I also appoint my loving wife Elenor Dodson and my son George Dodson my only and sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby disallow, revoke and disannul all and every other former will and Legacies and Executors by me in any ways before this time named, willed and bequeathed Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament, as witness wereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written.


    Thomas Dodson



    Signed, sealed and delivered by the said Thomas Dodson to be his last will and Testament in the presence of the subscribers.

    Daniel Gardner
    Heath Gardner
    Silvaney Gardner
    Nathaniel Gardner"

    end

    Birth:
    in Farnham Parish...

    Thomas married Elizabeth Rose 3 Apr 1725, Richmond County, Virginia. Elizabeth (daughter of John Rose and Mary Jenkins) was born 0___ 1706, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1766, Fauquier County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 101.  Elizabeth Rose was born 0___ 1706, Richmond County, Virginia (daughter of John Rose and Mary Jenkins); died 0___ 1766, Fauquier County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 0___ 1710, Richmond County, Virginia

    Children:
    1. Joseph Dodson was born 21 Feb 1725, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1773, Halifax County, Virginia.
    2. Thomas "Second Fork Tommy" Dodson was born 3 Oct 1728, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1811, Hawkins County, Tennessee.
    3. Mary Dodson was born 16 Jun 1730, Commonwealth of Virginia.
    4. Sarah Dodson was born 27 May 1732, Richmond County, Virginia.
    5. Elizabeth "Betty" Dodson was born 27 May 1732, Richmond County, Virginia.
    6. Alice "Alcy" Dodson was born 0___ 1733, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; died 0___ 1792, (Pittsylvania County, Virginia).
    7. Joshua Dodson was born ~ 1736, Commonwealth of Virginia.
    8. William Dodson was born Abt 1738, Richmond County, Virginia; died 6 May 1832, Iredell County, North Carolina.
    9. George "Lame George" Dodson was born 17 Feb 1739, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; died 0___ 1816.
    10. Rosanna Dodson was born 0___ 1744, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; died 0___ 1792.
    11. 50. Jesse Buford Dodson, Sr. was born 22 Nov 1752, Halifax County, Virginia; died 22 Nov 1843, Riceville, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Matlock Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.

  5. 102.  Elisha Dodson, Sr. was born 22 Feb 1727, Richmond County, Virginia (son of Thomas Dodson, Sr. and Mary May Durham); died 27 Apr 1791, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot

    Notes:

    Biography

    Elisha Dodson was born 22 FEB 1727, North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia, page 22, of The Dodson (Dotson) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia: A History and Genealogy of Their Descendants Volume One, by Mrs. Sherman Williams, Compiler and Editor and Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Publisher, copyright 1988; Library of Congress Number: 88-60291.

    Elisha Dodson and Sarah Everett were married about 1748 in Richmond County, Virginia. Sarah Everett (daughter of William Everett and Margaret [Everett]) was born on 13 Apr 1729 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia. Sarah Everett's father said to be William Everett, born 15 Mar 1691 in VA; his father was Daniel Everett.

    Elisha Dodson and Sarah Dodson were baptized December 4, 1762 in the Broad Run Baptist Church, Fauquier County. Their son Elisha Jr was one of the infants received into the care of the church on 9 Oct 1763. It is indicated in such records that Elisha and Sarah Dodson were "dismissed to Halifax" - date not shown.

    Elisha Dodson is in the DAR patriot index. He is listed in the Pittsylvania Co. Court Order Book 4, 1777-1783, p.127 as a ensign in the milita, Capt. Richard Gwynn's Company.

    In 1774 Elisha patented 400 acres in Halifax Co and appears on the tax lists there from 1782 until 1787 when he apparently moved to Pittsylvania. He continues on the tax lists in Pittsylvania Co through 1796, so apparently died at at hat time. He had perhaps taken care of his estate distribution previously by a deed of gift to his children.

    Elisha Dodson on 27 Apr 1791, "for love and affection he doth bear his children," gave to his sons, Presley and William Dodson "the land whereon he now lives" containing 300 acres on Toby Creek, and slaves Simon, Harry, Sam, Winny, Milly, Letty, Crisia, Sucky, Aggy and Eve, as well as moveable estate to be equally divided between all the children. Margaret the wife of Railey [Rawleigh]Dodson, Lydda the wife of John Waller, Ruth the wife of Jesse Dodson, Sarah the wife of Thomas Dodson, Jemimah the wife of Joshua Hardey & Elisha Dodson Jr. Said Negro Harry to be delivered to John Waller and with him to remain until a debt is paid which the said Elisha Dodson is now owing the said Waller. Negro Aggy already given & in possession of said Elisha Dodson Jr. After said Debt is paid then Harry to be returned into a division. Slaves & moveable estate to be equally divided between all the afore named children. Wit: W. Wright, Ann Wright, Martha (X) Wright. Ack by Elisha Dodson 16 May 1791 Pittsylvania Co., Va. Deed Book 9, page 11.


    Sources

    The Dodson (Dotson) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia: A History and Genealogy of Their Descendants Volume One, by Mrs. Sherman Williams, Compiler and Editor and Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Publisher, copyright 1988; Library of Congress Number: 88-60291.
    Two Volumes and Volume Two contains the index, abstracts & transcripts of documents. Pages 22 and 23.

    Repository: R10 Name: NEHGS Lending Library Address: New England Historic Genealogical Society Address 1: New England Historic Genealogical Society Note: 2008. No longer lends books, available only at the Library.
    Source: S652 Abbreviation: North Farnham Parish Registers Title: George Harrison Sanford King, Compiler & Publisher, The Registers of North Farnham Parish 1663-1814 and Lunenburg Parish 1783-1800 Richmond County, Virginia (Self-Published; Fredericksburg, VA; 1966) Repository: #R17 Call Number: F232 .R4K52 1986
    Source: S860 Abbreviation: Pittsylvania Co VA Deeds Title: Pittsylvania Co Virginia Deeds; Deed Books 3 & 4, Microfilm #0033263; Deeds & Wills Book 5, Microfilm #0033264; DB 6 & 7 with some Court Records from 1767, Microfilm #0033265; DB 8, Microfilm #0033266; DB 9 & 10, Microfilm #0033267; Deeds & Wills 11, Microfilm #0033290 [these are dated earlier than DB 9; the wills begin in 1780]
    Note

    Elias Dodson found on a list of taxpayers for Hamilton Parish, Elk Run & vicinity, 1751. From the account book of Capt. John Crump, Sheriff of Prince William County. After 1759, this area became Fauquier County.

    [Since the earliest known Elias Dodson was not born until 1760, this is most likely Elisha.]

    The Rev. Elias Dodson in writing his history of the family claimed that Elisha Sr was blind due to an eye injury in his youth; he also stated that Elisha Jr and perhaps daughter Peggy [Margaret] were born in Maryland. There's no explanation for this statement. [There were Dodsons in Maryland with some of the same given names, but they are of no relationship - some of the early researchers have confused the families.] Rev. Dodson stated that seven daughters were born before they had a son; he named two children that were not named in the deed of gift that perhaps had died before 1791. Eleanor is not named and she was still living. Eleanor had perhaps already received her inheritance or had elected to opt out if she had no need of additional property.

    1763 moved to Halifax Co. 7/5/1774 Elisha Dodson land in Halifax Co adj to Joseph Wm and Russell Terry

    In 1774 Elisha patented 400 acres in Halifax Co and appears on the tax lists there from 1782 until 1787 when he apparently moved to Pittsylvania. He continues on the tax lists in Pittsylvania Co through 1796, so apparently died at at hat time. He had perhaps taken care of his estate distribution previously by a deed of gift to his children.

    *

    Will of Elisha Dodson

    Pittsylvania DB9, p.11

    p.11 27 Apr 1791

    Elisha Dodson to Presley Dodson, William Dodson, Margaret the wife of Railey [Rawleigh]Dodson, Lydda the wife of John Waller, Ruth the wife of Jesse Dodson, Sarah the wife of Thomas Dodson, Jemimah the wife of Joshua Hardey & Elisha Dodson Jr.

    For natural love & affection to his said children and also for 5sh (shillings), makes over to them, the land whereon he now lives.

    300 acres on Toby Creek unto his sd sons Presley & William to be divided between them Presley the N side & Wm the S including to William 4 acres on N side known Antain Land reputed bounds thereof.

    Also the following slaves: Simon, Harry, Sam, Winney, Milley, Lettey, Cresia, Suckey, Aggy & Ever.

    And all his moveable estate of what kind of quality.

    Said Negro Harry to be delivered to John Waller and with him to remain until a debt is paid which the sd Elisha Dodson is now owing the sd Waller.

    Negro Aggy already given & in possession of sd Elisha Dodson Jr.

    After sd Debt is paid then Harry to be returned into a division.

    Slaves & moveable estate to be equally divided between all the afore named children.

    Wit: W. Wright, Ann Wright, Martha (X) Wright.

    Ack by Elisha Dodson 16 May 1791

    *

    Revolutionary Patriot, Ensign. Was blinded during early adulthood.

    Birth:
    in Farnham Parish...

    Elisha married Sarah Everett 1747-1748, Richmond County, Virginia. Sarah (daughter of William Everett and Margaret LNU) was born 13 Apr 1729, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; died 0___ 1824, Halifax County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  6. 103.  Sarah Everett was born 13 Apr 1729, Pittsylvania County, Virginia (daughter of William Everett and Margaret LNU); died 0___ 1824, Halifax County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Death: 0___ 1824, Richmond County, Virginia

    Children:
    1. Eleanor Dodson was born 0___ 1749, Fauquier County, Virginia; died 10 Jul 1816.
    2. Margaret "Peggy" Dodson was born C. 1752, Richmond County, Virginia.
    3. 51. Ruth Dodson was born 12 Dec 1754, Fauquier County, Virginia; died 22 Nov 1828, McMinn County, Tennessee; was buried Matlock Cemetery, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.
    4. Sarah "Sally" Dodson was born C. 1758, Richmond County, Virginia; died 21 Sep 1835, Giles County, Tennessee.
    5. Lydia Dodson was born Commonwealth of Virginia.
    6. Jemima "Mima" Dodson was born C. 1760, Richmond County, Virginia.
    7. Tabitha Dodson was born C. 1762, Richmond County, Virginia; died Commonwealth of Virginia.
    8. Elisha Dodson was born C. 1764, Halifax County, Virginia.
    9. Presley Dodson was born C. 1766, Halifax County, Virginia.
    10. William E. Dodson was born 0___ 1768, Halifax County, Virginia; died 18 Mar 1821, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.

  7. 116.  Archibald Clendenon was born 0___ 1710, (Dumfries) Scotland (son of William Glendenin and Rose Ann Kirkpatrick); died 0___ 1749, Cowpasture, Augusta County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Archibald Glendenin
    • Birth: 0___ 1716, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

    Notes:

    Tragedy for the family...

    I am descended from Archibald and your post was not quite correct on what happened to him.
    It was not Archibald Sr. but his son Archibald Jr. who was killed in the massacre. His wife Ann was initially captured, but escape, and received a frosty reception from relatives when she arrived to reclaim the family property from them.

    Quite a few of Ann's relatives were also killed in the massacre. As for Archibald Jr. and Ann's children, this is a somewhat confusing point:
    -- An oldest son named John is said in some accounts to have been killed, but in others to have escaped. I have seen some researchers claim to be his descendants.
    -- A baby was kidnapped and eventually killed. One version has the baby killed immediately when Ann escaped. Another has a Shawnee family adopting the child, but killing it a few years later. Both versions describe a gruesome death by the child's head being bashed in.
    -- Jane Clenndennin was the young daughter of Archibald Jr. and Ann, who was captured by the Shawnees. She was held captive by near Pittsburg for nine years. At the age of 14 she was released in a hostage swap or some such arrangement. According to one version, she was with child and Ann intially would not accept her as her daughter.

    Jane married a Mr. Davis. Her daughter Mary Gray Davis (wife of Congressman Ballard Smith of Virginia) is my direct ancestor.

    Since one version of the story implies that Jane's oldest child was not really a Davis, I would be very interested in learning more about whether that is accurate and whether that was Mary or an older sibling (half-sibling).

    -- Frank Taylor
    W. Melbourne, Fla.

    Archibald married Esther Mayse (Virginia). Esther (daughter of James Mayse and Rachel LNU) was born 0___ 1711, Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland; died 2 Aug 1756, Greenbrier, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  8. 117.  Esther Mayse was born 0___ 1711, Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland (daughter of James Mayse and Rachel LNU); died 2 Aug 1756, Greenbrier, Virginia.

    Notes:

    she was his second wife...http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?archibald::clendenen::237.html

    Children:
    1. 58. John Clendenon was born 0___ 1744, Augusta County, Virginia; died 0___ 1790, Jefferson County, Tennessee.
    2. Margaret Clendenon was born 0___ 1746, Augusta County, Virginia; died 0___ 1776, Greenbrier, Virginia.

  9. 120.  FNU Hammond was born (Anne Arundel County, Maryland).

    FNU married unnamed spouse (Anne Arundel County, Maryland). unnamed was born (Anne Arundel County, Maryland). [Group Sheet]


  10. 121.  unnamed spouse was born (Anne Arundel County, Maryland).
    Children:
    1. 60. John Hammons was born Abt 1748, Augusta County, Virginia; died 17 Aug 1819, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee.

  11. 122.  Patrick Napier was born Abt 1748, Albermarle County, Virginia (son of Patrick Napier and Martha Claiborne); died 0___ 1808, Fluvanna County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    Patrick Napier b. about 1748 the son of Patrick Napier and Martha Claiborne.Patrick m. Elizabeth Woodson 29 Sep 1776 in Goochland Co.,Va. I have John Fitzpatrick Napier in Casey Co.,Ky 1820-1850 as his son because he is listed in his mother's will, yet I do not know if John F. had any siblings. There are other Napier families listed online in the 1850 Casey Co, Ky Census.Is anyone willing to share any information concerning the children of Patrick Napier and Elizabeth Woodson? Thanks.

    Children of Patrick NAPIER and Elizabeth WOODSON were:

    1. Benjamin Woodson, b. 1777; last taxed Casey County, Kentucky, 1844; m. bond 29-Aug-
    1811, Lincoln Co., Ky., Margaret {Peggy}
    Wilson, d. Thomas. Sheriff of Casey Co., 1829.

    2. Mary {Polly} P. Napier, b. 1779; m.. 1805, Fluvanna Co., VA, George A. Strange, went to Casey Co., KY, before 1820.

    3. Rebecca C. Napier, b. 1781; m. 7-Jan-1808,
    Fluvanna Co., KY., John E. Fitzpatrick; went to Casey Co., KY., after 1810; perhaps died before 23-Dec-1823, when one John E. Kirkpatrick took bond to marry Rhoda Renick in Lincoln Co., KY.

    4. Richard Claiborne Napier, b. ca. 1784; last seen in deed 10-Oct-1843 {5:256} Casey Co., KY.: estate insolvent 1845 {5:258}; m.
    Rebecca.

    5. John F. Napier, b. ca. 1786: last listed 1849 in Casey Co., KY.

    6. Joseph Fox Napier, b. ca. 1788; d. 1846, Casey Co., KY., age 58; m. 29-Dec-1818,
    Frances Fitzpatrick, Casey Co. KY.

    The above info came from book "Dr. Patrick Napier by Vava Knepp. It seems to be a well documented book.

    Hope this helps you.

    Ramonetta

    Patrick married Elizabeth Woodson 29 Sep 1776, Goochland County, Virginia. Elizabeth (daughter of Benjamin Woodson and Frances"Franky" Jordan) was born Abt 1755, (Goochland County) Virginia; died 0___ 1825, (Goochland County) Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  12. 123.  Elizabeth Woodson was born Abt 1755, (Goochland County) Virginia (daughter of Benjamin Woodson and Frances"Franky" Jordan); died 0___ 1825, (Goochland County) Virginia.
    Children:
    1. 61. Sabre Napier was born Abt 1753, Albermarle County, Virginia; died Abt 1811, Viola, Warren County, Tennessee.


Generation: 8

  1. 200.  Thomas Dodson, Sr. was born 15 May 1681, Richmond County, Virginia (son of Charles Dodson, Sr. and Anne LNU); died 21 Nov 1740, Richmond County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Probate: Richmond County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Richmond County,VA Wills:05-378,

    "Will of Thomas Dodson, dated 17 Feb 1739; proved 2 March 1740

    In The Name Of God Amen I Thomas Dodson of Northfarnham p'ish in Richmond County Being sick and Weak of Body but in Perfect since and Memory do make and ordain this to be my Last Will and Testam.t in manner and forme -

    Impri I lend to my Wife Mary Dodson my Plantation whereon I now Live and the Land thereto Blonging with all my Negroes and Moveable Estate dureing her Natural Life -

    Item. I give to my Son Thomas Dodson Five Shill.s to be Paid by Ex.rrs -

    I give to my Son George Dodson and his heirs for Ever one hundred and fifty Acres of Land whereon he ye sd George Dodson is now Liveing -

    I Give to my Son Greenham Dodson and his heirs for Ever the Whole Tract of Land I bought of Lambarth Dodson -

    I give to my Sone Elisha Dodson & his Heirs for Ever the Plantation whereon I now Live and Land Land therto Belonging after my Wife Mary Dodsons Decease -

    I Give to my Daughter Alice Creel One Negroe Girl named Sarah -

    I give to my Daughter Mary Oldam one New Suit of calica Cloaths -

    I Give to my Son Greenham Dodson one Negroe man Named Harry -

    I GIve to my Son Abraham Dodson one Negroe Woman named Bess and one Negroe Boy named Joe -

    I Give to my Son Josha Dodson one Negroe woman Named Sue and one Negroe Boy named Dick -

    I give to my son Elisha Dodson one Negroe Girl Named Nan -

    I give to my son Greenham Dodson one feather Bed and furniture -

    I give to my son Abraham Dodson one feather Bed and furniture -

    I give to my son Joshua Dodson one feather Bed and furniture -

    I give to my son Elisha Dodson one feather Bed and furniture -

    I Give to Granddaughter ye Daughter of David Dodson Twenty Shill.s

    All the Remaining Part of My Estate be the same more or Less I give to be Equally Divided between three of my sons Vist Abraham Dodson Joshua Dodson & Elisha Dodson

    I Likewise ordain and Appoint my Wife Mary Dodson and my son Greenham Dodson to be the true and Lawful Exr.s of the my Last will & Tesatam.t

    as Witness my hand and seal this 17th Day of February 1739


    (S) Thomas (T his mark) Dodson (Seal)


    Wits: H. Miskell, John (X) Hightower, Charles Dodson"

    end of entry

    Thomas Dodson's Estate Inventory

    An exhaustive examination by Roberta Estes:

    https://dna-explained.com/2017/03/26/thomas-dodsons-estate-inventory-a-tallow-sort-of-fellow-52-ancestors-153/

    end of note

    Thomas Dodson , He Married Mary May Dorothy Durham.1 Aug 1701 in North Farnham Richmond County Virginia, He was born 15 Jun 1686 in North Farnham Richmond County Virginia, and died Aft Jan 1745 in North Farnham Richmond County Virginia. She was buried Aft Jan 1745 in North Farnham Richmond County Virginia. {{son of Charles Dodson and Anne Elmore. He was born 15 May 1681 in Jamestown, Virginia, and died 21 Nov 1740 in North Farnham Richmond County Virginia. He was buried Nov 1740 in North Farnham Richmond County Virginia.}}

    Children of Thomas Dodson and Mary May Dorothy Durham are:

    i. George Dodson was born 31 Oct 1702 in North Farnham, Richmond County, Virginia, and died 1758 in Prince William/Pittsylvania County Virginia.
    ii. Thomas Dodson was born Oct 1707 in North Farnham Parish Richmond County Virginia, and died 21 Oct 1783 in Halifax, Virginia.
    iii. Greenham Dodson was born Abt 1709.
    iv. Elisha Dodson was born 22 Feb 1727.
    v. Alice Dodson was born Abt 1711. She married William Creel 15 Nov 1729.
    vi. Abraham Dodson was born 4 Apr 1723, and died 1768 in Fauquier Co., VA. He married Barbary Russell, daughter of George Russell and Mary. She was born 9 Nov 1729 in North Farmham Richmond County VA.
    vii. Mary Dodson was born 5 Oct 1715. She married Oldham.
    viii. Joshua Dodson was born 25 May 1725. He married Ruth.
    ix. David Dodson was born Abt 1704, and died 1740 in Prince William County, VA.
    x. Joseph Dodson was born 21 Feb 1725.

    2. -George Dodson was born 31 Oct 1702 in North Farnham, Richmond County, Virginia, and died 1758 in Prince William/Pittsylvania County Virginia. He was buried 1758 in Virginia. He married Margaret Dagord 20 Apr 1726 in North Farmham Richmond County Virginia, daughter of Henry Dagood Dagord. She was born 30 Apr 1708 in Richmond, VA, and died Abt 1770 in Pittsylvania County Virginia. She was buried 1770 in Virginia.

    Children of George Dodson and Margaret Dagord are:
    i. Mary Dodson was born 21 Dec 1726.
    ii. Lazarus Dodson was born 7 Oct 1728 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Abt 1795 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.
    iii. Rawleigh Dodson was born 18 Jan 1730 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Aft 20 Jul 1793 in Hawkins County, TN.
    iv. Thomas Dodson was born 25 May 1735 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    v. George Dodson was born 31 Oct 1737, and died 1825 in Pittsylvania Co., VA. He married Elizabeth Dodson. He married Margaret.
    vi. Fortunatus Dodson was born 31 Jul 1740. He married Margaret (Peggy) Dodson Aft 1836, daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah Everett.
    vii. Hannah Dodson was born 2 May 1747. viii. David Dodson was born 1743 in Culpeper County, VA.

    3. Thomas Dodson was born Oct 1707 in North Farnham Parish Richmond County Virginia, and died 21 Oct 1783 in Halifax, Virginia. He was buried in Pittsylvania County Virginia. He married Elizabeth Rose 3 Apr 1724 in Pittyslvania County Virginia, daughter of John Rose and Mary Dodson Blackerby. She was born 1710 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died 1766 in Fauquier Co., VA.

    Children of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose are:

    i. Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson was born 3 Oct 1728 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Bef 1809 in Hawkins County, TN.
    ii. Joseph Dodson was born 21 Feb 1725 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died 1773. He married Martha Anna.
    iii. Mary Dodson was born 16 Jun 1730. She married Childress.
    iv. Sarah Dodson was born 27 May 1732. She married John Neville.
    v. Elizabeth Dodson was born 27 May 1732. She married John Bennett.
    vi. Alce Dodson was born Abt 1734, and died 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.
    vii. Joshua Dodson was born Abt 1736.
    viii. William Dodson was born Abt 1738, and died 6 May 1832 in Iredell Co., NC.
    ix. George "Lame George" Dodson was born Abt 1740.
    x. Jesse Dodson was born 22 Nov 1752 in Fauquier Co., VA, and died 1841-1843 in East Stanley Valley, TN.
    xi. Rhoda Dodson was born Abt 1744, and died 1792. She married John Creel.

    4. Greenham Dodson was born Abt 1709. He married Elinor Hightower. She was born Abt 1718 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    Children of Greenham Dodson and Elinor Hightower are:

    i. Judith Dodson was born 6 Jan 1741.
    ii. Thomas Dodson was born Abt 1743 in Richmond County, Virginia. He married Sarah Dodson, daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah Everett. She was born Abt 1758 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    iii. Hightower Dodson was born Abt 1745. He married Unity Dodson 7 Jan 1804.
    iv. Rawleigh Dodson was born Abt 1745, and died 3 Jun 1836. He married Margaret (Peggy) Dodson, daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah Everett.
    v. William Fortunatus Dodson was born Abt 1747.
    vi. George Dodson was born Abt 1751.

    5.Elisha Dodson was born 22 Feb 1727. He married Sarah Everett.

    Children of Elisha Dodson and Sarah Everett are:
    i. Margaret (Peggy) Dodson. She married Fortunatus Dodson Aft 1836, son of George Dodson and Margaret Dagord. He was born 31 Jul 1740. She married Rawleigh Dodson, son of Greenham Dodson and Elinor Hightower. He was born Abt 1745, and died 3 Jun 1836.
    ii. Eleanor Dodson was born Abt 1749 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    iii. Ruth Dodson was born Abt 1756 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    iv. Lydia Dodson was born Abt 1756.
    v. Sarah Dodson was born Abt 1758 in Richmond County, Virginia. She married Thomas Dodson, son of Greenham Dodson and Elinor Hightower. He was born Abt 1743 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    vi. Jemima "Mima" Dodson was born Abt 1760 in Richmond County, Virginia. She married Joshua Hardy.
    vii. Tabitha Dodson was born Abt 1762 in Richmond County, Virginia.
    viii. Elisha Dodson was born Abt 1764 in Halifax County, VA. He married Hannah Lawson 21 May 1789. He married Mary Lipscomb Pettus Jordan.
    ix. Presley Dodson was born Abt 1766 in Halifax County, VA. He married Elizabeth Bates 22 Oct 1789.
    x. William Dodson was born Abt 1768 in Halifax County, VA.

    10. David Dodson was born Abt 1704, and died 1740 in Prince William County, VA. He married Amey. Child of David Dodson and Amey is:

    i. Unknown Dodson was born Abt 1740.

    Descendant Register, Generation No. 3

    12. Mary Dodson was born 21 Dec 1726. She married Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson, son of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose. He was born 3 Oct 1728 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Bef 1809 in Hawkins County, TN.

    Children of Mary Dodson and Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson are:
    i. Ida (Ioda) Dodson.
    ii. George Dodson.

    13. Lazarus Dodson was born 7 Oct 1728 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Abt 1795 in Pittsylvania Co., VA. He married Alce Dodson, daughter of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose. She was born Abt 1734, and died 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

    Children of Lazarus Dodson and Alce Dodson are:

    i. Elisha Dodson was born Abt 1753 in Pittsylvania Co., VA, and died 1828 in Williamson Co., TN. He married Rachel Henry. She was born Abt 1754 in Holsten Co., TN.
    ii. George Dodson was born Abt 1755.

    14. Rawleigh Dodson was born 18 Jan 1730 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Aft 20 Jul 1793 in Hawkins County, TN. He married Elizabeth Dodson Abt 1750. She died Aft 1793.

    Children of Rawleigh Dodson and Elizabeth Dodson are:

    i. Rawleigh Dodson was born Abt 1751.
    ii. Mary Dodson.
    iii. Peggy Dodson. She married Menafee.
    iv. James Dodson was born Abt 1760. He married Lucy Davis 20 Dec 1804 in Jefferson Co TN.
    v. Lazarus Dodson. vi. Toliver Dodson. vii. Eleanor "Nelly" Dodson was born Abt 1755. She married John Saunders. 19. David Dodson was born 1743 in Culpeper County, VA. He married Elizabeth Betty Dodson, daughter of Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson and Ann Mary Neville. She was born Abt 1748.

    Children of David Dodson and Elizabeth Betty Dodson are:
    i. Fortunatus Dodson.
    ii. Abner Dodson.
    iii. Ann Dodson.

    20. Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson was born 3 Oct 1728 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Bef 1809 in Hawkins County, TN. He married Ann Mary Neville 1747 in VA, daughter of Joseph Neville and Ann Neville. She was born 1730 in VA. He married Mary Dodson, daughter of George Dodson and Margaret Dagord. She was born 21 Dec 1726.

    Children of Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson and Ann Mary Neville are:

    i. Elizabeth Betty Dodson was born Abt 1748.
    ii. Thomas Jeremiah Dodson was born in Halifax County, VA, and died Abt 1835 in Hawkins County, TN.
    iii. Leonard Dodson. He married Randall.
    iv. Jesse Dodson was born Abt 1774. He married Judith Combs 19 Mar 1794 in Halifax County, VA. She was born Abt 1775.
    v. Fanny Dodson. She married Thomas Dodson.
    vi. Agnes Aggy Dodson. She married Moses Hanks.
    vii. Rhoda Dodson. She married Alexander Hitson 20 Nov 1786 in Halifax County, VA.
    viii. Winny Dodson. She married William Johnson. ix. Alcy Dodson. She married Jerry Johnson. x. Samuel Dodson. xi. William Dodson died 22 Dec 1809 in KY.
    xii. James Dodson.

    Children of Thomas "Second Fork" Dodson and Mary Dodson are:
    i. Ida (Ioda) Dodson.
    ii. George Dodson.

    25. Alce Dodson was born Abt 1734, and died 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., VA. She married Lazarus Dodson, son of George Dodson and Margaret Dagord. He was born 7 Oct 1728 in Richmond County, Virginia, and died Abt 1795 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.
    Children of Alce Dodson and Lazarus Dodson are:
    i. Elisha Dodson was born Abt 1753 in Pittsylvania Co., VA, and died 1828 in Williamson Co., TN. He married Rachel Henry. She was born Abt 1754 in Holsten Co., TN.
    ii. George Dodson was born Abt 1755.

    27. William Dodson was born Abt 1738, and died 6 May 1832 in Iredell Co., NC.
    Children of William Dodson are:
    i. Sarah Sally Dodson was born Abt 1777 in Halifax County, VA.
    ii. William Dodson.
    iii. Annis Dodson was born 1759, and died 1788.
    iv. Elija Dodson was born 1759, and died 1788.
    v. James B Dodson was born 1764 in Halifax County, VA.
    vi. Rachael Dodson was born 1765 in Fauquier Co., VA.
    vii. Winnifred Dodson was born 1770 in Halifax County, VA.
    viii. Rosannah Dodson was born 1775 in Halifax County, VA.
    ix. Mary Dodson was born 12 Apr 1790 in Halifax County, VA.
    x. Elizabeth Dodson was born 1796 in Halifax County, VA.

    29. Jesse Dodson was born 22 Nov 1752 in Fauquier Co., VA, and died 1841-1843 in East Stanley Valley, TN. He married Ruth Dodson, daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah Everett. She was born Abt 1756 in Richmond County, Virginia.

    Children of Jesse Dodson and Ruth Dodson are:

    i. Nimrod Dodson was born Abt 1775.
    ii. Elizabeth Dodson was born Abt 1776.
    iii. Elisha Dodson was born 17 Sep 1785.
    iv. Elijah Dodson was born 17 Sep 1785.
    v. Jesse Dodson was born 7 Mar 1791.
    vi. William Dodson was born 14 Jun 1795.
    vii. Sarah Dodson.
    viii. Tabitha Dodson was born 19 Mar 1798.
    ix. Sallie Dodson was born 1801.
    x. Ruth Dodson was born 1 Apr 1802.

    39. Ruth Dodson was born Abt 1756 in Richmond County, Virginia. She married Jesse Dodson, son of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose. He was born 22 Nov 1752 in Fauquier Co., VA, and died 1841-1843 in East Stanley Valley, TN.

    Children of Ruth Dodson and Jesse Dodson are:

    i. Nimrod Dodson was born Abt 1775.
    ii. Elizabeth Dodson was born Abt 1776.
    iii. Elisha Dodson was born 17 Sep 1785.
    iv. Elijah Dodson was born 17 Sep 1785.
    v. Jesse Dodson was born 7 Mar 1791.
    vi. William Dodson was born 14 Jun 1795.
    vii. Sarah Dodson.
    viii. Tabitha Dodson was born 19 Mar 1798. ix. Sallie Dodson was born 1801. x. Ruth Dodson was born 1 Apr 1802.
    Descendant Register, Generation No. 4

    53. Mary Dodson She married Shelton.

    Children of Mary Dodson and Shelton are:
    i. Mary Shelton.
    ii. Nancy Shelton.

    62. Elizabeth Betty Dodson was born Abt 1748. She married David Dodson, son of George Dodson and Margaret Dagord. He was born 1743 in Culpeper County, VA.
    Children of Elizabeth Betty Dodson and David Dodson are:

    i. Fortunatus Dodson.
    ii. Abner Dodson.
    iii. Ann Dodson.

    63. Thomas Jeremiah Dodson was born in Halifax County, VA, and died Abt 1835 in Hawkins County, TN. He married Jemina Lockett. She was born in Halifax County, VA, and died 29 Dec 1850 in TN.

    Children of Thomas Jeremiah Dodson and Jemina Lockett are:

    i. Elisha Dodson was born 1 Nov 1801 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 17 Jun 1874 in Hawkins County, TN.
    ii. James Dodson was born Abt 1790. He married Rachel Grantham.
    iii. Sarah Dodson.
    iv. Raleigh "Rolly" Dodson was born 1804 in TN, and died 1853.

    Descendant Register, Generation No. 5

    96. Elisha Dodson was born 1 Nov 1801 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 17 Jun 1874 in Hawkins County, TN. He married Frances "Fanny" Thompson 4 Nov 1819 in Hawkins County, TN. She was born 17 Feb 1803 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 17 Jun 1874 in Hawkins County, TN.

    Children of Elisha Dodson and Frances "Fanny" Thompson are:

    i. Thomas Richard Dodson was born 10 Aug 1820 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 20 Aug 1893 in Overton County, TN.
    ii. Mary M W Dodson was born 17 Feb 1822 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 2 Jun 1885.
    iii. James Kendrick Dodson was born 10 Jan 1824 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 4 Mar 1885 in Hamblen Co., TN. He married Narcissa A Taylor 28 Sep 1854.
    iv. Sarah J Dodson was born 26 May 1825 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 23 Aug 1826 in Hawkins County, TN.
    v. William T. Dodson was born 14 Jun 1827 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 26 Jul 1827 in Hawkins County, TN.
    vi. Raleigh J. Dodson was born 22 Jul 1828 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 11 Dec 1891. He married Emma. He married Eliza J.
    vii. Samuel E Dodson was born 9 Dec 1830 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 13 Jan 1905.
    viii. Stephen Orville Dodson was born 8 Jan 1833 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 29 Jan 1892 in Pickett, TN.
    ix. Nancy Cornelia Dodson was born 7 Jan 1836 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 11 Jan 1913 in Pickett, TN.
    x. Stokley D M Dodson was born 4 Apr 1839 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 18 Apr 1862 in TN.
    xi. Lucinda M Dodson was born 4 Apr 1841 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 18 Apr 1915 in TN.
    xii. Susan B Dodson was born 26 May 1843-1844 in Hawkins County, TN.

    99. Raleigh "Rolly" Dodson was born 1804 in TN, and died 1853. He married Martha "Patsy" Johnson. She was born 1802 in TN.

    Children of Raleigh "Rolly" Dodson and Martha "Patsy" Johnson are:
    i. Penelope Dodson was born 1822 in TN.
    ii. Eliza Dodson was born 1824 in TN.
    iii. Thomas Dodson was born 1825 in TN.
    iv. William Dodson was born 1828 in TN.
    v. James Hardy Dodson was born 1831 in TN, and died 1904.
    vi. Raleigh Sanford Samuel Dodson was born 1832 in TN, and died 1905.
    vii. George Dodson was born 1835 in TN.
    viii. Cynthia Dodson was born 1839 in TN.

    Descendant Register, Generation No. 6

    100. Thomas Richard Dodson was born 10 Aug 1820 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 20 Aug 1893 in Overton County, TN. He was buried in Dodson Chapel Cemetery, Overton County, TN. He married Martha Ann Johnson 26 Nov 1840. She was born 7 Jan 1821 in TN, and died 12 Oct 1906 in Putnam County, TN.

    Children of Thomas Richard Dodson and Martha Ann Johnson are:
    i. Louisa Frances Dodson was born 5 Jan 1842, and died 26 May 1880.
    ii. James Elbert Dodson was born 13 Feb 1844, and died 2 Feb 1885. He married Margaret Etta "Bette" Gentry 17 Nov 1869. She was born 1 Oct 1850, and died 20 Mar 1940.
    iii. Sanford Johnson Dodson was born 12 Aug 1846, and died 18 May 1882 in TN.
    iv. Elisha Frank Dodson was born 20 Nov 1848, and died 29 Sep 1924. He married Elizabeth "Bessie" Kembrough. v.John Larkin Dodson was born 30 Jul 1851 in TN, and died 13 Dec 1892.
    vi. Mary Nancy C Dodson was born 29 Apr 1854 and died 8 Apr 1936.
    vii. William Robert L Dodson was born 28 Jul 1856. viii. Sarah Catherine Hannah Dodson was born 8 Apr 1860, and died 13 Sep 1894.
    ix. Susan Alice Dodson was born 15 Feb 1863.

    106. Samuel E Dodson was born 9 Dec 1830 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 13 Jan 1905. He was buried in Coldwell Cemetery, #195, Hawkins Co., TN. He married Mary Jane Taylor 12 Oct 1854 in Hawkins County, TN. She was born 1840, and 1910. She was buried in Coldwell Cemetery, #195, Hawkins Co., TN.

    Children of Samuel E Dodson and Mary Jane Taylor are:
    i. Elisha S Dodson was born 1857.
    ii. William H Dodson was born 1857.
    iii. J E Dodson was born 1859.
    iv. Margaret Dodson was born 1861.
    v. Eliza Emma Dodson was born 1863, and died 1893.
    vi. Narcissus Dodson was born 7 Nov 1866, and died 16 Feb 1888. She married John E Jones. He was born 3 Apr 1887, and died 3 Jul 1894.
    vii. Fannie Effie Dodson was born 17 Feb 1876 in Morresburg, TN, and died 12 Nov 1914.
    viii. Ludie T Dodson was born 18 Aug 1878.
    ix. James S. Dodson was born 1880. He married Dollie Lawson.

    107. Stephen Orville Dodson was born 8 Jan 1833 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 29 Jan 1892 in Pickett, TN. He married Mary Alta Catherine Johnson 28 Oct 1852. She was born 1835, and died 1909.

    Children of Stephen Orville Dodson and Mary Alta Catherine Johnson are:
    i. James Elisha Dodson was born 1854.
    ii. Martha Lucinda Dodson was born 1855.
    iii. Sarah Maneova Dodson was born 1857, and died 1908.
    iv. William Dodson was born 1859. v. Fannie Dodson was born 1860.
    vi. Raleigh J " Rolla" Dodson was born 1 Jun 1862.
    vii. Louise Dodson was born Abt 1863.
    viii. Nancy Jane Dodson was born 1865.
    ix. Steven Orville Dodson was born 1866.
    x. Alice Dodson was born 1868.
    xi.Charles Dodson was born 1869.
    xii. Robert Dodson was born 1871.
    xiii. Merchant Frank Dodson was born 30 Sep 1883 in Overton County, TN, and died 18 Nov 1962.
    xiv. Rebecca Melvina Johnson Dodson was born 15 Apr 1868 in Overton County, TN, and died 18 Sep 1948 in Pickett, TN.
    109. Stokley D M Dodson was born 4 Apr 1839 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 18 Apr 1862 in TN. He married Sarah J Hartman 26 Mar 1857 in TN. She was born 28 Feb 1840 in TN, and died 9 Mar 1899 in TN.

    Children of Stokley D M Dodson and Sarah J Hartman are:

    ** i. John Henry Dodson was born 17 Apr 1858 in Hawkins County, TN, and died 4 Jun 1918 in Tulare, Tulare County, CA. He married Mary Rosina "Mollie" Williams 13 Mar 1874 in Hamblen Co., TN. She was born Dec 1858 in TN, and died 28 Sep 1889 in Whitesburg, Hamblen County, TN.
    ii. Thomas E Dodson was born 20 Nov 1859 in TN.

    iii. Stokely C Dodson was born 12 Aug 1861 in TN.


    Sarah J. Hartman
    1840 - 1899
    Parents: John and Mary
    Siblings: Marshall, Rebecca A. and Margaret
    Partners: (1)Stokely D. M. and(2)Benjamin Abbot
    Children: (1)John Henry, Thomas E., Stokely C., ----(2)-Sarah J., Angeline R., Benjamin Abbot, Marion, Flora, Robert, Nora Etta and Hattie

    end of registry

    Birth:
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    Thomas married Mary May Durham 1 Aug 1701, Richmond County, Virginia. Mary (daughter of Thomas Durham, Sr. and Dorothy Smoot) was born 5 Jun 1686, Richmond County, Virginia; died 21 Nov 1740, Richmond County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 201.  Mary May Durham was born 5 Jun 1686, Richmond County, Virginia (daughter of Thomas Durham, Sr. and Dorothy Smoot); died 21 Nov 1740, Richmond County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Dorothy Mary Durham
    • Death: 1 Jan 1715, Richmond County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Birth:
    in Farnham Parish...

    Children:
    1. George Dodson, Sr. was born 31 Oct 1702, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1770, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
    2. David Dodson was born (CIRCA 1704), Richmond County, Virginia; died EARLY 1740, (Prince William County) Virginia.
    3. 100. Thomas Dodson, Jr. was born 0Oct 1707, Richmond County, Virginia; died 21 Oct 1783, Halifax County, Virginia.
    4. Greenham Dodson was born ~ 1709, (Richmond County) Virginia; died ~ 1777, (Nottaway County, Virginia).
    5. Alice "Alcy" Dodson was born 0___ 1711, Richmond County, Virginia.
    6. Mary Dodson was born 10 May 1715, Richmond County, Virginia.
    7. Abraham Dodson was born 4 Apr 1723, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1768, Fauquier County, Virginia.
    8. Joshua Dodson was born 25 May 1725, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1798, Surry County, North Carolina.
    9. 102. Elisha Dodson, Sr. was born 22 Feb 1727, Richmond County, Virginia; died 27 Apr 1791, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.

  3. 202.  John Rose was born ~ 1680, (Virginia); died 18 Nov 1742, Northumberland County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: plantation owner

    Notes:

    John Rose
    Birthdate: circa 1680 (62)
    Birthplace: England or Northern Neck of, Virginia
    Death: November 18, 1742 (58-66)
    Wiccomico, Northumberland, Virginia, United States
    Immediate Family:
    Husband of Mary Rose - Blackerby
    Father of Mary Stamps and Elizabeth Dodson
    Occupation: Planter
    Managed by: Tim Stamps
    Last Updated: January 10, 2017
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    Mary Rose - Blackerby
    wife

    Mary Stamps
    daughter

    Elizabeth Dodson
    daughter

    James Blackerby, Jr.
    stepson

    ?? Davis
    stepdaughter
    About John Rose of Wicomico
    John Rose
    Birth: abt 1680 probably England, possibly Virginia
    Death: Nov 18 1742 - Wiccomico, Northumberland, Virginia, United States
    Parents: unknown
    Wife: Mary Blackerby
    Children: Mary Rose, Elizabeth Rose

    The earliest record that we have of our John Rose is that in 1701 in Northumberland County when he and his wife, Mary Rose, witnessed the will of James Wildey. Rose is mentioned in a number of land purchases and finally we have his will dated November 18, 1742 wherein he names James Blackerby, his wife's son by her first marriage; and Joseph Davis, his wife's grandson, his daughters Mary Stamps and Elizabeth Dodson and his beloved wife Mary Rose.

    Will of John Rose of Wicomico Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia

    In the name of God, Amen, I, John Rose, of Weiomore Parish and County of Northumberland, being weak of age, but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to Almighty God for it, calling to mind the mortality of my body, knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make ordain this my last will and testament, that is to say, principally and first of all, I recommend my Soul unto the hands of Almighty God that gave it to me and as for my body I recommend it to the Earth, to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner, at the discretion of my executors hereafter mentioned, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Might power of God, and as for such worldly estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with in the world I give as follows:

    Imprimes, I give to James Blackerby my wife's son three sheep.

    Item, I give to Joseph Davis my wife's grandson seven sheep and as for the rest of my personal estate, such as my lands, negroes, stocks and all other tenements I give to my two daughters, viz: Mary Stamps and Elizabeth Dodson and their heirs forever, to be equally divided between the two, and it is my will that my land shant be sold as long as the wars continue.

    Item, I leave the rest of my estate to my loving wife Mary Rose during her widowhood or natural life.

    Item, I constitute, make, appoint and ordain my loving wife Mary Rose, Thomas Stamps, Thomas Dodson and William Thomas Sr. to be my sole executors of this my last will and testament, wills and legacies, bequests executed to me anyways before this time named, willed and bequeathed, ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament.

    In witness whereunto I set my hand and seal this 18th day of November in the year our Lord God 1742.

    John Rose (seal)

    Witnessed by: Wm. Stonum Elenor (x) Chapman"

    Links

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bouquet/john_rose.html
    http://www.thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3722&tree=hennessee

    John married Mary Jenkins Bef 1701, (Virginia). Mary was born ~ 1666, Weldmore, Northumberland County, Virginia; died ~ 1742, Weldmore, Northumberland County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 203.  Mary Jenkins was born ~ 1666, Weldmore, Northumberland County, Virginia; died ~ 1742, Weldmore, Northumberland County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    Mary Rose - Blackerby (Jenkins)
    Also Known As: "Mary (Jenkins) Blackerby Rose", "NOT Mary Wildly", "Mary (Jenkins) Blakesley Rose"
    Birthdate: circa 1666 (76)
    Birthplace: Weldmore, Northumberland, Virginia USA
    Death: circa 1742 (68-84)
    Weldmore, Northumberland, Virginia USA
    Immediate Family:
    Daughter of Philip Jenkins and Sarah Jenkins
    Wife of John Rose of Wicomico and James Blackerby
    Mother of Mary Stamps; Elizabeth Dodson; James Blackerby, Jr. and ?? Davis
    Managed by: Timothy Paul Setser
    Last Updated: January 10, 2017

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    John Rose of Wicomico
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    Mary Stamps
    daughter

    Elizabeth Dodson
    daughter

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    James Blackerby, Jr.
    son

    ?? Davis
    daughter

    Philip Jenkins
    father

    Sarah Jenkins
    mother
    About Mary Rose - Blackerby
    will of John Rose
    Attached hereto is a copy of the will of John Rose dated November 11, 1742. When it was offered for probate, John Rose lived in Wicomico Parish, Northumberland County. The original will is in possession of the Shackleford family of Seattle, Washington. They also have the original will of Thomas Stamps and also his revoked will.

    The executors of John Rose's will were Mary, his widow, his sons-in-law Thomas Stamps and Thomas Dodson. Witnesses were William Stonum and Eleanor Chapman. The will gave to his wife's son James Blackerby three sheep, her grandson Joseph Davis seven sheep; his lands, negroes, stock, etc., to Mary Stamps and Elizabeth Dodson equally, but the entire estate to his wife during her natural life or widowhood.

    notes
    Another researcher thought Mary "Blackerby" had been previously married to a Blackerby and was not the daughter of a Blackerby. Can anyone fine additional documentation?

    The "Rose Tree" http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bouquet/john_rose.html

    lists her as being born Mary Jenkins, whose first husband was the Blackerby. As Mary Jenkins, she is the daughter of PHILIP JENKINS and SARAH STORY.

    The latest information that I have is that Mary was born Mary Jenkins, and married into the name Blackerby. Her second marriage was to John Rose

    According to Patt Roach: "Apparently James Blackerby I died and his wife, Mary married John Rose. Date of death of James Blackerby I would be about 1700-1701." "Her name was not Wildly."

    Citations

    Roach, Patt. We Boast of the Name Of Blackerby Blackaby Blackorby. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 2007. Print.
    Links

    http://www.thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3723&tree=hennessee
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bouquet/john_rose.html

    Children:
    1. Mary Rose was born ~ 1704, Northumberland County, Virginia.
    2. 101. Elizabeth Rose was born 0___ 1706, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1766, Fauquier County, Virginia.

  5. 206.  William Everett was born 15 Mar 1692, Richmond County, Virginia (son of Daniel Everett and Anne Elmore); died 0___ 1759, Richmond County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    24 Jul 2007


    Posted By: Doyleen Turner
    Email:
    Subject: William Everett b.1692, Virginia
    Post Date: February 07, 2001 at 07:24:52
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/everett/messages/1281.html
    Forum: Everett Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/everett/


    I am seeking information about the parents of William Everett who was born March 15, 1692 in Richmond County, Virginia.

    William (my 6th great grandfather) was married to "Margaret" and they had eight known children: Sarah, Anne, Elizabeth, Lucrecy, Daniel, George, William, and Ruth.

    Does anyone know who William's parents were and who the immigrant Everett was for this line? THANKS Doyleen







    Birth:
    in Farnham Parish...

    William married Margaret LNU ~ 1715, (Virginia). Margaret was born (Richmond County, Virginia). [Group Sheet]


  6. 207.  Margaret LNU was born (Richmond County, Virginia).
    Children:
    1. 103. Sarah Everett was born 13 Apr 1729, Pittsylvania County, Virginia; died 0___ 1824, Halifax County, Virginia.

  7. 232.  William Glendenin was born 16 May 1680, Eskdale, Staplegorton, Castle, Scotland (son of William Glendenin and unnamed spouse); died 16 Nov 1764, County Down, Ireland.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: William Clendenon
    • Also Known As: William Glendening

    Notes:

    Died:
    in Quarterland, Killinchy ...

    William married Rose Ann Kirkpatrick Abt 1700, Dumfriesshire, Dumfries, Scotland. Rose was born Abt 1682, (Dumfries) Scotland; died unk, (Scotland). [Group Sheet]


  8. 233.  Rose Ann Kirkpatrick was born Abt 1682, (Dumfries) Scotland; died unk, (Scotland).
    Children:
    1. 116. Archibald Clendenon was born 0___ 1710, (Dumfries) Scotland; died 0___ 1749, Cowpasture, Augusta County, Virginia.

  9. 234.  James Mayse was born 0___ 1700, Ireland (son of Joseph Mayse and unnamed spouse); died 11 Sep 1756, Augusta County, Virginia.

    James — Rachel LNU. [Group Sheet]


  10. 235.  Rachel LNU
    Children:
    1. 117. Esther Mayse was born 0___ 1711, Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland; died 2 Aug 1756, Greenbrier, Virginia.

  11. 244.  Patrick Napier was born 1 Feb 1713, Virginia (son of Booth Napier and Sara La Force); died 23 Aug 1774, Albermarle County, Virginia.

    Patrick — Martha Claiborne. Martha was born 0___ 1721. [Group Sheet]


  12. 245.  Martha Claiborne was born 0___ 1721.
    Children:
    1. 122. Patrick Napier was born Abt 1748, Albermarle County, Virginia; died 0___ 1808, Fluvanna County, Virginia.

  13. 246.  Benjamin Woodson was born Abt 1725, (Fluvanna County) Virginia (son of Benjamin Woodson, Sr. and Frances Napier); died Bef 1808, Fluvanna County, Virginia.

    Benjamin married Frances"Franky" Jordan Fluvanna County, Virginia. Frances"Franky" died Aft 1808, (Fluvanna County, Virginia). [Group Sheet]


  14. 247.  Frances"Franky" Jordan died Aft 1808, (Fluvanna County, Virginia).

    Notes:

    Married:
    Married (1) Rebecca Cocke; married (2) Frances "Franky" Jordan.

    Children:
    1. 123. Elizabeth Woodson was born Abt 1755, (Goochland County) Virginia; died 0___ 1825, (Goochland County) Virginia.