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39601 www.FindaGrave.com does not cite him in this cemetery...DAH

unmarked gravesite 
Griffith, Alvin Jackson (I36683)
 
39602 www.genealogybank.com Source (S2632)
 
39603 www.highfuneralhome.com Source (S46425)
 
39604 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Edwards, Andrew Emmett (I32772)
 
39605 www.rootsweb.com/tx/birth/general/search.cgi?surname+hennessee&given Source (S1303)
 
39606 Wyndell Hennessee Family Group Records, August 29, 1991. Source (S14676)
 
39607 Y-DNA TiP Report


In comparing Y-DNA 25 marker results, the probability that Bruce Cunningham and Mr. David Alden Hennessee shared a common ancestor within the last...
Comparison Chart
Generations Percentage
4 61.17%
8 84.92%
12 94.15%
16 97.73%
20 99.12%
24 99.66%
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If traditional genealogical records indicate that a common ancestor between you and your match could not have lived in a certain number of past generations, your TiP results can be refined. Note, if you are not sure of this information, you should not change the value of "1" below.
Bruce Cunningham and Mr. David Alden Hennessee did not share a common ancestor in the last generation(s). 
Ball, Barbara (I42550)
 
39608 Y-DNA TiP Report


In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that Willie ONeal Hutson and Mr. David Alden Hennessee shared a common ancestor within the last...
Comparison Chart
Generations Percentage
4 58.97%
8 89.02%
12 97.47%
16 99.46%
20 99.89%
24 99.98%
Refine your results with paper trail input
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Willie ONeal Hutson and Mr. David Alden Hennessee did not share a common ancestor in the last generation(s).
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Since each marker has a different mutation rate, identical Genetic Distances will not necessarily yield the same probabilities. In other words, even though Mr. David Alden Hennessee has a Genetic Distance‡ of 2 from Willie ONeal Hutson, someone else with the same Genetic Distance may have different probabilities, because the distance of 2 was prompted by mutations in different markers, with different mutation rates. 
Hutson, Willie Oneal (I47403)
 
39609 Y-DNA TiP Report January 30, 2015


In comparing Y-DNA 37 marker results, the probability that Marie Shields and Mr. David Alden Hennessee shared a common ancestor within the last...
Comparison Chart
Generations Percentage
4 32.21%
8 72.68%
12 91.46%
16 97.68%
20 99.42%
24 99.87% 
Shields, Marie (I35039)
 
39610 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hennessee, Ryan Patrick (I36438)
 
39611 York was buried at Pontefract, but his head was put on a pike by the victorious Lancastrian armies and displayed over Micklegate Bar at York, wearing a paper crown. His remains were later moved to Church of St Mary and All Saints, Fotheringhay. York, Sir Richard of 3rd Duke of York (I37406)
 
39612 YORKTOWN--Robert Moses (Bob) West, 62, 7800 W. Cornbread Road, died Friday in Indianapolis after a short illness.

Mr. West was born in Smithville, Tenn., and attended school there. He was the former owner and operator of Bob West Trucking, but most recently had worked in McIntire Trucking. He was a member of Teamsters Local 135, Muncie, and was a member for several years of the National Guard.

Survivors include his wife, Connie West; a son, John West (wife-Sherri); three daughters, Kathy Schultz (husband-Duke), Susie Privett (husband-Bob), and Kandy Privett (husband-Ralph); five brothers, Earl West (wife-Hazel) Leonard West (wife-Judy), Raymond West, Bill West (wife-Sharon), and Aaron West (wife-Elizabeth); three sisters, Irene Krouse, Virginia Koons (husband-Donald), and Geraldine French (husband-Jim); a granddaughter, and several stepchildren, stepgrandchildren and stepgreat-grandchildren.

A sister is deceased.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Parson Mortuary. Burial will be in Elm Ridge Cemetery. Calling will be 4-8 p.m. Monday at the mortuary. 
West, Robert Moses (I25918)
 
39613 You are Currently Viewing Page 38 of San Mateo Times, May 27, 1963

...number can be expected Menlan Is Jailed Leslie Storm Hansen 45 a of 2043 Oakley avenue Menlo Park was jailed on five traffic charges early Saturday after leading an Atherton police patrol car a chase down El Ca mino Real Officer Robert Cawley said he clocked Hansen's car at 65 miles an hour and that the vehicle nearly hit a brick wall in making a turn onto Atherton Avenue.

Hansen is charged with drunk driving, reckless driving and changing lanes without due caution and failure to heed en... 
Hansen, Leslie Storm (I32957)
 
39614 young Potter, Howard (I4461)
 
39615 young & single Dodson, Mary (I5688)
 
39616 YOUNG family English origins, by Pamela Cochran, ... http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/o/c/Pamela-S-Cochran/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-1435.html Young, John Sr. (I18030)
 
39617 Young,James;Family Registry;email received 8 Aug 2001;jyoung6090@aol.com Source (S1683)
 
39618 Young,John L.;Internet-Warren County,TN Inqueries Source (S23792)
 
39619 Young,Kenneth;obituary,"Southern Standard",6 Apr 1994,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S33776)
 
39620 Young,Letitia M.:Fraiser's Chapel Cemetery (Partial Listing)tishintn@aol.com;
3 Sep 2000 
Source (S27066)
 
39621 young... Hennessee, Patrick (I1401)
 
39622 young... Taylor, Permelia "Mealy" (I9823)
 
39623 young... Wilcher, Mary E. (I23120)
 
39624 young... Hudson, Gilliam (I33965)
 
39625 Younger son of Sir Ralph de Neville and Alice de Audley. King's clerk, Archbishop of York.

In 1348 he was granted a license for one year of celebration of mass in an oratory in the hostel in which he and his brother, Thomas, were residing at Oxford. He obtained an M.A. degree before 1357, was appointed Rector of Aysgarth Yorkshire before 1351, became Rector of Kirkby Misperon, Yorkshire in 1357, Master of the Hospital of St Thomas the Matyr in Northumberland before 1361, Archdeacon of Cornwall in 1361, Canon of York and prebendary of Bole in 1361, Canon and prebendary of Darlington, Durham in 1362, Canon of Howden, Yorkshire and prebendary of Skelton in 1362, Archdeacon of Durham before Jan 1371, and Archbishop of York in 1374. In 1386 he was included as a member of the commission appointed to regulate the affairs of the kingdom and the royal household.

Alexander became the bitter opponent of Thomas, Duke of Gloucester. In 1387 he was appealed of high treason in Parliament, found guilty, and all his properties were forfeited. He took refuge in Brabant, where he administered as a parish priest in Louvain until his death. 
Neville, Alexander (I43121)
 
39626 Youngest of Pop's children. Suffered mulitple strokes and went Home to be with Him and her beloved mother. Soft-spoken and the sweetest disposition. Spent many cherished hours with Aunt Margie as a child and shared profound moments with her later in her life. She was a loving and beautiful person...DAH

Early in her marriage to Uncle Jack, as he was away in the USAF, Aunt Margie would pick me up on the week-end and bring me to her apartment. Saturday night always included watching Snooky Lanson & Gisele MacKensie on their show, "Your Saturday Night Hit Parade"...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWkZds1NYFc 
Byars, Margie Sue (I753)
 
39627 Youngest son...Edwin C. Merryman, Captain in King's Militia in 1696. Wheelwright...http://www.geni.com/people/Charles-Merryman/6000000000804874822?through=5038102049330088960 Merriman, Captain Charles Sr. (I25802)
 
39628 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harmon, William Bryan "Bryan" (I33624)
 
39629 Yvonne Lowe (1936-2012) | SMITH Pedigree | vonlowe@yahoo.com |
20 Aug 2000 
Source (S17556)
 
39630 Zachariah Magness was probably born about 1759 in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and appears to be the son of Peregrine Magness and wife Mary.

More research needs to be done on Zachariah, but the records of Morgan District Superior Court of North Carolina reveals quite a bit. In 1789 Zachariah was convicted of raping Arabella Twity Magness, wife of his brother Joseph; She also accused Joseph of aiding and abetting the act. The papers of Morgan District Superior Court (in Bucked County?) show that on March 12, 1789, the sheriff of Rutherford County was commanded to seize 54 pounds and 9 shillings from the property of Zachariah Magness for debts and costs in the Morgan Superior Court of Law and Equity in that case expended whereof the said Zachariah Magmess is convicted and liable of record.

He was convicted, but his sentence has not been found at this time. In 1789, long prison terms were seldom given; the usual sentences were whipping, branding, or hanging.

Was Zachariah executed? or did he receive other punishment and move away? His name has not been found further in the North Carolina records.

No claim was made on the estate of his brother William Magness who died in 1816, so we assume that Zachariah had died without heirs by that time. 
Magness, Zachariah (I32165)
 
39631 Zennie Cantrell,obituary,"Southern Standard",May 24,1978,
abstracted by Margie Tucker,"The Other Bunch", p. 175 
Source (S25436)
 
39632 Zennie Cantrell,obituary,"Southern Standard",May 24,1978,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S25280)
 
39633 ziamil@icsi.net Source (S36814)
 
39634 Ziegler Funeral Home
Posted on Oct 18, 2014 in Obituaries
Effie Hennessee Boles
Age 100
Of Bartow, Florida, and formerly of McMinn County
Passed away Saturday, October 18, 2014
At her residence.

A native and longtime resident of McMinn County, and former resident of Battle Creek, MI. and resident of Bartow, FL., she was a daughter of the late Floyd Leo and Minnie Swafford Hennessee. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Carl Edward Boles; two sons, Jewel Boles and Olen Boles; a sister, Ophia Hampton; a son-in-law, John Lewis Miller. Effie enjoyed gardening, crocheting and sewing, needlework, quilting, and canning. She also loved to sing gospel songs and she opened her home to anyone and everyone. She was a member of Clearwater Baptist Church.

Survivors include two daughters and one son-in-law,
Hazel Miller of Bartow, FL.
Wondrella and Gary Deno of Battle Creek, MI.
One son and daughter-in-law,
Clayton and Melba Boles of Bellevue, MI.
14 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren, 19 great great grandchildren, 11 great great great grandchildren
Two brothers,Ezra Hennessee of AthensGrover Hennessee of Niota
Numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be 2 pm Wednesday in the chapel of Ziegler Funeral Home with

Pastor Steve Armstead officiating. Burial will follow in Clearwater Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Brian Deno, Rick Deno, David Talley, William Bassler, Nathan Talley and James Hennessee.




Family links:
Parents:
Floyd Hennessee (1888 - 1975)
Minnie Hennessee (1886 - 1968)

Spouse:
Carl Edward Boles (1913 - 2001)


Burial:
Clearwater Baptist Cemetery
Athens
McMinn County
Tennessee, USA 
Hennessee, Effie (I2277)
 
39635 Zora Belle Cope, obituary, "Southern Standard", abstracted by Margie Tucker. Source (S16880)
 
39636 Zorie's birth-date is off by at least two years as she is enumerated in the 1880 Warren County, Tennessee census as being born in that same year...DAH Hennessee, Zora Mary "Zorie" (I2443)
 
39637 Zula Cantrell,obituary,"Southern Standard",January 15,1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker.
"DODSON", by Lynn, p. 17-I 
Source (S25381)
 
39638 Zula Cantrell,obituary,"Southern Standard",January 15,1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S13806)
 
39639 Zula Elmira Craig, daughter of Connie and Ida Wynn Yeager, was born on April 23, 1917 in Wright County, Missouri. She departed this life Friday, November 16, 2007 at the age of ninety years, six months, and twenty-four days, in the Hartville Care Center.

Zula was born in the Green Valley School District where she treasured her friends so much. She accepted Christ during revival at Coon Creek Church in 1940.

Zula was united in marriage to Jewell Craig on October 14, 1940. To this union one daughter was born. They made their home in the Hartville and Mansfield areas. In 1958, Jewell was called into the ministry, where she enjoyed the friends they had in churches they pastored until poor health came her way. She liked to read the bible until her eye sight failed. She loved all her family and enjoyed visiting with friends on the telephone.

She was preceded in death by her parents and four brothers.

Left to mourn her departure is her husband of sixty-seven years, Jewell, of Mansfield, Missouri; her daughter, Carol Giffin, of Lebanon, Missouri; two grandchildren, Mark Giffin and his wife, Lorrie, of Hartville, Missouri, and Michelle Underwood and her husband, Richard, of Granbury, Texas; five great-grandchildren, Leanne Brown and her husband, Lance, of Lebanon, Missouri, Kyra Giffin, of Hartville, Missouri, Josh, Samantha and Alex See, all of Granbury, Texas; one great-great-grandson, Caleb Brown, of Lebanon, Missouri; and many more relatives and friends.

In her short stay at the Hartville Care Center, she mentioned the good friends she had. She will be greatly missed, but our loss is heaven's gain.

Zula was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, and was a caring neighbor and friend. We celebrate her life and accomplishments and will cherish the wonderful memories she has created for her family and many dear friends.

Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, November 18, 2007, in the Holman-Howe Funeral Home, Hartville. Burial will be in Coon Creek Cemetery. Visitation will be held Saturday evening from 7 - 8:30 p.m. under the direction of Holman-Howe Funeral Home of Hartville, Missouri. 
Yeager, Zula Elmira (I42876)
 
39640 Zula Harrison Clower remembers she had a brother, Ferd, who lived in Chicago.
Cassie Bevis remembers another brother, George. 
Harrison, Laura E. (I15202)
 
39641 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mitchell, Emily Sue (I11858)
 
39642 [Doc Johnson]

3rd son

Nicholas Gyrlyngton was the son of William Gyrlyngton and Joanna.

Nicholas Girlington of Dighton-juxta-Escrik, son of William, the Lord Mayor of York, was also known as Nicholas Gyrlyngton of York, gentleman.

Nicholas was the executor of the will of his father, William, who died in the 22nd year of Henry VI (1444). His wife was the executrix of his estate. His mother's will was dated 19 Jul 1457.

He is shown on Visitation pedigrees as being one of 3 sons, but the only one survining at the time of his father's death.

According to the Visitation of Yorkshire of 1563/1564, Nycolas was listed as the 3rd brother and was noted to be of Hackforth, Yorkshire, England and descended from the "howsse of Gyrlyngton Hall in Rychmondshyre." He and his family were then noted as Gyrlyngton of Hackforth, Yorkshire.

He married Elizabeth, daughter of Caterycke of Stanwick.

Nicholas and his wife Elizabeth were mentioned in the will of his mother in 1457. Nicholas was bequeathed "a silver cup guilt in the shape of a nut". Elizabeth was bequeathed "a salt of silver, covered and parcel guilt." He and Elizabeth together were bequeathed "a great pair of iron andirons".

Nicholas Girlington, purchaser of Great Hutton, alias Hutton Longvillers, ancestor of the Girlingtons of Hackworth. Nicholas Girlington = ... dau. of .... Catterick of Stanwick.'
[Collectanea VI:190, pedigree of Girlington, of Girlington Hall[4]]

06 Mar 1450 Plaintiff (with others including the Archbisop of Cantebury) in a suit in Lancaster against multiple deforciants regarding lands around the Castle of Gleston, Aldyngham, Thirnom and Ulverston. Plaintiffs won the suit and received 1000 marks and all claims to the lands.
[Final Concords of the County of Lancaster, Great Britain Public Record Office, page 171]

Evidently, Nicholas had been wrongfully imprisoned and died while in prison. To date, have been unable to document the reason for the imprisonment, or the precise location. However, from the following, the crown made restitution to his widow,

From the "Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office" - Page 381
by Great Britain Public Record Office - Great Britain - 1897
Grant to Elizabeth Gyrlington, late the wife of Nicholas Gyrlington, and the heirs male of the body of said Nicholas, for his good service to the king and the king's father Richard, late duke of York, and for his imprisonment and death, and for the relief of herself and their two sons and one daughter, of all the messuages, lands and tenements late of Edmund Fyssh, late of York, a "taillour" in the city of York, forfeited to the king by an act of Parliament at Westminster, 4 November 4 Edward IV; and, release to her as executrix of the will of the said Nicholas of all issues received by the said Nicholas and her from the same, and of all debts and accounts. By p.s. dated 14 Feb 1465/1466 at Westminster

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Girlington, Nicholas I (I35637)
 
39643 [Doc Johnson]

Conflicting sources on the given name of Nicholas' wife. His will was administered by "his wyfe Elisabeth". However, the marriage license issued in Howdenshire listed the names of Edward Saltmarshe and Agnes. License issued 06 Sep 1471
(Howden Parish Archives)

Majority of sources state the Agnes on the license was a mistake as they all concur her name was Elizabeth - Burke, Maddison, Stirnet

From the "Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office" - Page 381
by Great Britain Public Record Office - Great Britain - 1897
Grant to Elizabeth Gyrlington, late the wife of Nicholas Gyrlington, and the heirs male of the body of said Nicholas, for his good service to the king and the king's father Richard, late duke of York, and his imprisonment and death, and for the relief of herself and their two sons and one daughter, of all the messuages, lands and tenements late of Edmund Fyssh, late of York, a "taillour" in the city of York, forfeited to the king by an act of Parliament at Westminster, 4 November 4 Edward IV; and, release to her as executrix of the will of the said Nicholas of all issues received by the said Nicholas and her from the same, and of all debts and accounts. By p.s. dated 14 Feb 1465/1466 at Westminster

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Cateryke, Elizabeth (I35638)
 
39644 [Doc Johnson]

It appears William followed his uncle Stephen to York. His uncle died in York in 1394

William was a citizen and draper of York. He was Sheriff of the City of York in 1427, Lord Mayor of York in 1441, Member of Parliament for the city of York in 1442. His wife Johanna was executrix to his will in the 32nd year of Henry VI (1454). William also owned lands in Gaynsford in Sedbergh, Durham County.

He is mentioned as William "the elder" (de antiquo) in the Inventroy of Henry Bowet, Archbishop of York. This would indicate one of William and Johanna's son's was also named William. However, this younger William had died prior to the date of William's will.

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de Gyrlyngton, William (I35635)
 
39645 [Doc Johnson]

Nicholas Girlington was the son of Nicholas Girlington and Elizabeth Hansard. He became legal heir to the family holdings at Hackforth following the death of his brother Christopher sometime before 1550. Nicholas, IV was identified as Lord of Hackforth and was living in 1585. Nicholas died intestate in the 38th year of Elizabeth I (1597).

Hornby Parish records show his date of burial as 28 May 1597 and his estate Inventroy appraisal proved on 18 Nov 1599

1568 - Mentioned in his brother-in-law's will (Sampson Wyvill)

The Gyrlyngtons of Hackforth recorded their pedigree in 1584

Nicholas purchased lands from his borther-in-law, Geroge Pudsey, in 1585. George was the second husband of Faith Gyrlyngton. George died about 1590 and Faith in 1617.

In 1590 it was noted that Nicholas Girlington, the last but one of the Hackforth pedigree, was living at Sandhall, in the parish of Howden. This estate is in the township of Skelton and lies near, and is almost enclosed by, the banks of the Ouse river; and is opposite the port of Goole. In Johnstons MSS, relating to the county of York, it is stated that the widow of Sir John Girlington (fourth son and successor of Nicholas) sold Sandhall to Mr Walter Blakiston of York.
Source: Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica vol VII, page 401

Howden parish records show Nicholas was buried on 28 May 1597. The parish records only record the burial date, not the location of burial. He had died intestate (without a will) so there is no written record as to where he had requested to be buried.

Hackforth, in the parish of Hornby, wapentake of Hang East, and liberties of St. Peter's and Richmondshire; 1¼ miles ESE. of Hornby, 4 miles NNW. of Bedale. (North Rding)

Sand Hall, (the seat of William Sholfield, Esq.) in the township of Skelton, and parish of Howden; 3 miles SSE. of Howden, 13 from Selby. (East Riding)

Skelton, in the parish of Howden, wapentake and liberty of Howdenshire; 2 miles SE. of Howden. This village lies close to the river Ouse, and near the Howden Dyke Ferry, where passengers are landed from the steam packets from Selby to Hull about noon. (East Riding)

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Girlington, Nicholas IV, Lord of Hackforth (I35652)
 
39646 [Errol Bevan]

Notes from : http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ancestorsearch&id=I19502

A considerable amount is known about John Hoton Esq., and is excellently described by W. E. Hampton in John Hoton of Hunwick and Tudhoe, County Durham, The Ricardian, VII (1985), pp. 2-17.

John lived during the Wars of the Roses, which were fought between the Plantagenet houses of York and Lancaster, and was firmly aligned with the Yorkists. In 1480, there was a large Scots raid, and King Edward IV appointed his brother Richard, Duke of Gloucester, as Lieutenant-General of the North to combat the threat. The Duke issued Commissions of Array for the northern counties, and John Hoton was one of the Commissioners for Durham. John Hoton was to serve under Gloucester for the rest of his life.

When Edward IV died in 1483, Gloucester was appointed protector of the 13-year-old Edward V, but chose instead to declare himself King, as Richard III, and imprison Edward and his younger brother in the Tower. These were the ... Princes in the Tower ..., supposedly murdered by Richard. Gloucester surrounded himself with northerners: when he set out towards London after Edward's death in 1483, it was with ... a competent number of gentlemen of the North, all clad in black .... John Hoton was among them, and was with Gloucester throughout the brief but turbulent period of his Protectorate. John Hoton also played a prominent part in suppressing the rebellions in the south that followed Richard's coronation. By December 1483, Hoton had been appointed Esquire for the Body to Richard III, and was granted several manors in Hampshire previously held by Sir William Berkeley, who had been one of the rebels. Although Hoton retained his lands in the North, much of his subsequent work was in the south: for example, he was Commissioner of Array for Hampshire in 1484 and 1485 (as was Richard Hansard of Walworth). Hoton was also constable of Christchurch Castle, near Poole.

John Hoton probably died at the Battle of Bosworth Field, near Leicester, in August 1485, where Richard III was defeated by Henry Tudor, who then became King Henry VII. Richard himself died in the battle. John Hoton was buried in the chapel of Trinity College, Oxford (formerly Durham College). Unfortunately, his brass is no longer there.

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Hutton, John Esquire (I35787)
 
39647 [Hale.FTW] An old Bible record found in Decatur Co., GA gives births of Jeremiah Pickett Hale and Nancy Jane Wade, as well as for several of their children: Jeremiah Pickett Hale b. 15 Jan 1811 Nancy Wade b. 20 Dec 1803 Married 1827 Issue: Sparrel Chancellor Hale 1829 Creed Hale 1831 Caroline Melinda Hale 1 Mar 1835 Catherine Amelia Hale 8 Mar 1837 Ruth Loutitia Hale 25 May 1839 John Powell Hale 1841 Martha Jane Hale 20 Dec 1843 d. 24 Dec 1915 The dates for Jeremiah and Nancy differ from other sources.

Dr. Jeremiah Pickett Hale and his wife, Nancy Jane Wade Hale, are buried in the Pikeville Community Cemetery, Pikeville, Bledsoe County, TN Jeremiah Pickett Hale was son of Francis Hale, and grandson of Thomas Hale and his first wife, Rachel Sheridan. His grandfather married, second, Nancy Wood. Two of the children of that marriage, Peter W. Hale (m. Sarah Manning) and Elizabeth Hale, (m. Samuel Manning), migrated to White County (Sparta) TN in 1837. These two were half-brother and sister to Jeremiah Pickett Hale's father, Francis Hale, but they were near the same age as Jeremiah Pickett Hale. In late 1840's, Jeremiah Pickett Hale and his family migrated to TN, first to Cannon Co.; then to Van Buren Co., then settled in Bledsoe Co. All these counties are adjacent to White County, where his half uncle and aunt and their families lived at the time.(They later- 1851-migrated to Illinois.)

FAMILY TALE ABOUT THE MIGRATION OF THE JEREMIAH PICKETT HALE FAMILY (As told by his g-granddaughter, Eliza Jane Ewell Anderson)

Jerry Hale walked from Virginia with his family when Aunt Ruth White was small. Her carried her across the natural bridge. They came to Pikeville [Tenn.]. Creed and Sparrel got mad and left Pikeville and settled at Pea Ridge. [NOTE: Actually Jeremiah Pickett Hale brought his family to Cannon Co.--they were there on 1850 census. Before the 1860 census, all the family, except Creed and Sparrel, were in Van Buren Co., Creed and Sparrel had married and remained in Cannon Co., By the 1870 census, Jeremiah and his family were in Bledsoe Co., living in Pikeville, where they lived until both he and his wife died. They are buried in the Pikeville cemetery. It is, of course, possible that Creed and Sparrel initially moved from Cannon Co., with the rest of the family, and did actually "get mad" and return to Cannon Co. However, the more likely story is that their wives wanted to remain in Cannon Co., so, of course, they did. 
Hale, Jeremiah Pickett "Jerry" (I31306)
 
39648 [Hale.FTW] Cora Hale Byford, a granddaughter of Creed Wade Hale and Nancy Jane Ashford, stated in 1961 that Creed Wade Hale's wife, Nancy Jane Ashford, and James Monroe Anderson's wife, Ann Elizabeth Ashford, were sisters, and that their father's name was George Ashford, but she didn't know what their mother's name was.. Hale, Creed Wade (I31304)
 
39649 [http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?cate::wyatt::5397.html Source (S5063)
 
39650 [Lila Garner]

Nicholas GILLENTINE was born about 1676 in England, and had immigrated to Virginia by about 1710, when he married Eleanor Echols. Francis Gill[1] writes,

"I am very confident of the information back from us [he brings some lines of descendancy lines down to the present {about 2000}, but our line enters the family with Richard and Sarah (Hillsman) Borum] to Nicholas Gillentine, because I have done the research myself.

"Nicholas Gillentine" seems to be the immigrant for the family. There are no others of the surname, or likeness of that surname, in Virginia earlier. His birth year does fit the second marriage of John Girlington [the man thought to be his father]…. As with other cases in genealogy, a ‘leap of faith’ is required."

Two things make it certain that Nicholas Gillentine was the immigrant: Francis found no others of that surname or likeness of that surname, in Virginia, earlier than or contemporaneous with Nicholas; and Echols[2] signed a family genealogy[3] on 14 June 1850, in which he writes in his own quaint style,

"Old English John Echols--had 3 Daughters which I would have inserted had Known enough about them to give any satisfactory account of them---I only Know they married Outlandish men-one an Englishman named Nicholas Gilington---of their family I know nothing..."

By "outlandish", Milner certainly means that they were immigrants, although the term in today’s usage does not suggest that definition. Wading through Milner’s history is difficult and he gives no dates, but his outline of the family has been found to be surprisingly accurate by those who have followed his clues and used census records and state and county documents to prove his statements.
Nicholas and his wife were the parents of one son and four daughters. If there were other children, they have not been identified.
I have seen conjecture that after his wife Eleanor died, he married an Elizabeth Ricketts. I do not know whether this is correct.
A transcription of his will follows:

"In the Name of God, Amen. I, Nicholas Gillington of Halifax Co., being weak in body but in sound and perfect sense and memory, thanks be to God for same, Calling to mind that men must die and after that must come to judgement, do consider that what of our affairs are not settled in this life cannot be settled hereafter, do make and ordain this, my last will and testament, acknowledging this to be my last will and testament, disannulling all other wills whatsoever, and to proceed, I shall give my estate as followeth, to-wit:

I give to my daughter Catherine Brown one feather bed, to her and her heirs;

to Elizabeth Collins I give one feather bed, to her and her heirs;

to Elizabeth Chisum, daughter of John Chisum, I give one feather bed, to her and her heirs;

to my son John Gillington I have given 400 acres of land which I intended should be his full portion, nevertheless, to take matters out of dispute, I give to his heirs five pounds cash.

To John Chisum I give the land and plantation which I now possess in Amelia Co., containing 300 acres, to be at his own disposal for which reason he is to pay to Catherine Brown or to her heirs, -20. current money; to Elizabeth Collins or her heirs, -20.; to Ann Hillsman or her heirs, -20.; to Eleanor Chisum or her heirs, -20.; to Priscilla Hendrick, my granddaughter, or her heirs, -20.;

and as for my negro woman Rose, she shall choose her mistress among my daughters, and they that she shall choose shall pay -20. to be equally divided among all my children now living and my two granddaughters, which is Elizabeth Chisum, wife of John Estes, and Jerushea, daughter of John Gillington, deceased.

I therefore make and ordain John Chisum my whole and sole executor of this, my last will and testament, made in the year 1772, and on the 21st day of October.

"In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand.

"Nicholas Gillington

"Witnesses:
John Dyer
John Templeton
Elizabeth Lack"

He died in 1774 in Halifax County, Virginia, and is buried there.

There is a hand-drawn picture on the outside of Nicholas’ will, believed to have been drawn by Nicholas himself, that purports to look like Thurland Castle in Yorkshire. Francis describes the drawing as bearing a remarkable resemblance to the left wing of the castle as it looks today.

There is no question that the name was earlier "Girlington", and a Girlington family inhabited that castle, having been driven out during one of the revolutions there.

A ‘genealogy’ for Nicholas follows, which Francis Gill believes is accurate but requires a ‘leap of faith’, because it cannot be, or at least has not yet been proven; note that the name ‘Nicholas’ was in the family early:

Eleventh Girlington Generation
1516 - John Girlington, christened 9 July 1637 at St. Michael, Lancaster, England
1517 - Margaret Ducket
Twelfth Girlington Generation
3032 - Sir John Girlington, born about 1613, Thurland Castle, Lancaster England; married 1633
3033 - Katherine Girlington
3034 - James Ducket
Thirteenth Girlington Generation
6064 - Nicholas Gerlington, born about 1590 at Thurland Castle, Lancaster, England
6065 - Christiana Calton
6066 - William Girlington Christened 15 May 1589 in St. Martin?s, York, England
Fourteenth Girlington Generation
12128 - John Gerlington
12129 - Christiana Babthorpe
12130 - Josiah Calton
12132 - Nicholas Girlington was born in York, England
12133 - Jane Bayley
Fifteenth Girlington Generation
24256- Nicholas Gerlington was born about 1530 in Hackford, York, England
24257 - Dorothy Mannel
24258 - William Babthorpe
24264 - Nicholas Girlington was born in York, England. He died before 1565.
24265 - Ann Askew was born in York, England
24266 - John Bayley
Sixteenth Girlington Generation
48512 - Nicholas Gerlington was born about 1508 in York, England. He died 10 Jan 1584.
48513 - Elizabeth Hansard was born in Kelsa Kelya, York, England.
48514 - Robert Mannel
48528 - Nicholas Girlington was born in York, England. He died in 1533.
48529 - Ann Partington was born in York, England
Seventeenth Girlington Generation
97024 - Nycholas Gyrlyngton was born about 1450 in Dighton-j-Escrick, York, England. He died in 1509.
97025 - Margaret Methan
97026 - Sir William Hansard
97056 - William Gyrlyngton was born in Dighton-j-Escrik, York, England.
97057 - Katherine Hilyard was born in York, England
97058 - Thomas Partington
Eighteenth Girlington Generation
194048 - Nicholas Gyrlyngton was born about 1426 in Dighton-j-Escrick, York, England. He died about 1466.
194049 - Elizabeth died after 1473.
Nineteenth Girlington Generation
388096 - William Gyrlyngton was born about 1402 in Gyrlyngton Hall, York, England.
388097 - Johanna.
Twentieth Girlington Generation
776192 - John De Gyrylyngton was born about 1375 in Gyrylyngton Hall, York, England.
Twenty-first Girlington Generation
1552384 - Thomas De Gyrylyngton was born about 1350 in Gyrylyngton Hall, York, England.
1552385 - Matilda.
Twenty-second Girlington Generation
3104768 - Sir Robert De Gyrylyngton was born about 1315 at Gyrylyngton Hall, York, England.
3104769 - Amabelia De York.
Unproven parentage for Nicholas Gillentine is shown above.

[1] See the Research Overview within the biography of Person Number 23.
[2] Milner is descended from an Elizabeth Milner who married first John Palmer and second James Echols. She is not the Elizabeth Milner, born about 1680, daughter of John Milner and Katherine, who is a sibling of Person Number 1239 in this compilation; the time is wrong by about 100 years. There was a Milner in Virginia by 1624 when he is found on a census, while John, the immigrant Milner in our line, arrived in North America in 1659.
[3] A Short History of our family - from the first that landed in America till the present time, as far as I Can assertain - by Milner Echols.

Gillentine, Nicholas The Immigrant (I20049)
 
39651 [new.ged]

Abraham DENTON Sr was born in 1668 in Hempstead, LI. Died in 1729 in Orange CO, NY. Buried in Orange CO, NY. Abraham was a in Captain Cornelius Haring's company from Orange CO, NY during 1715. He had
purchased land from Richard Volentine of Hempstead on March 3, 1700.
The Orange CO, NY records show, "Abraham Denton, Senr., of the Precinct of Haverstraw to son Abraham Denton, land. Delivered in the presence of Jonas Denton and John Denton,
January 10, 1729-30."
He married Martha THORNE in 1699 in Orange CO, NY. Martha THORNE was born in 1679 in Woodstock, VA. Died in 1730 in Orange CO, NY.
[denton.GED]

Abraham DENTON Sr was born in 1668 in Hempstead, LI. Died in 1729 in Orange CO, NY. Buried in Orange CO, NY. Abraham was a in Captain Cornelius Haring's company from Orange CO, NY during 1715.
He had purchased land from Richard Volentine of Hempstead on March 3, 1700.

The Orange CO, NY records show, "Abraham Denton, Senr., of the Precinct
of Haverstraw to son Abraham Denton, land. Delivered in the presence of
Jonas Denton and John Denton, January 10, 1729-30."

He married Martha THORNE in 1699 in Orange CO, NY. Martha THORNE was born
in 1679 in Woodstock, VA. Died in 1730 in Orange CO, NY.

[Denton.ged]

Abraham was a in Captain Cornelius Haring's company from
Orange
CO, NY during 1715. He had purchased land from Richard Volentine of
Hempstead on March 3, 1700.

The Orange CO, NY records show, "Abraham Denton, Senr., of the
Precinct
of Haverstraw to son Abraham Denton, land. Delivered in the presence
of
Jonas Denton and John Denton, January 10, 1729-30."
[new.GED]

[new.ged]

Abraham DENTON Sr was born in 1668 in Hempstead, LI. Died in 1729 in
Orange CO, NY. Buried in Orange CO, NY. Abraham was a in Captain
Cornelius Haring's company from Orange CO, NY during 1715. He had
purchased land from Richard
Volentine of Hempstead on March 3, 1700. The Orange CO, NY records show,
"Abraham Denton, Senr., of the Precinct of Haverstraw to son Abraham
Denton, land. Delivered in the presence of Jonas Denton and John Denton,
January 10, 1729-30." He
married Martha THORNE in 1699 in Orange CO, NY. Martha THORNE was born in
1679 in Woodstock, VA. Died in 1730 in Orange CO, NY.
[denton.GED]

Abraham DENTON Sr was born in 1668 in Hempstead, LI. Died in 1729 in
Orange CO, NY. Buried in Orange CO, NY. Abraham was a in Captain
Cornelius Haring's company from Orange CO, NY during 1715. He had
purchased land from Richard Volentine of Hempstead on March 3, 1700.

The Orange CO, NY records show, "Abraham Denton, Senr., of the Precinct
of Haverstraw to son Abraham Denton, land. Delivered in the presence of
Jonas Denton and John Denton, January 10, 1729-30."

He married Martha THORNE in 1699 in Orange CO, NY. Martha THORNE was born
in 1679 in Woodstock, VA. Died in 1730 in Orange CO, NY.

[Denton.ged]

Abraham was a in Captain Cornelius Haring's company from
Orange
CO, NY during 1715. He had purchased land from Richard Volentine of
Hempstead on March 3, 1700.

The Orange CO, NY records show, "Abraham Denton, Senr., of the
Precinct
of Haverstraw to son Abraham Denton, land. Delivered in the presence
of
Jonas Denton and John Denton, January 10, 1729-30." 
Denton, Captain Abraham Sr. (I16667)
 
39652 ____

"...later, Andrew D. Kincaid's son, Henry Highland Kincaid, took over the
farm. Found in Henry Highland Kincaid's Papers after his death and preserved
in a black album at the Morganton Public Library is the following agreement:

"Whereas my son, Henry Highland Kincaid is living on my land and making
improvements thereon, now be it known, that it is the distinct understanding
between us that I am not to charge my son, Henry, anything for rent of the
said land so long as he wishes to stay on it. Neither is he to charge me or
my estate after my death anything for improvements he may make.

Given under my hand and seal this 24th March, 1856

Signed: Andrew D. Kincaid
Wit: B. S. Gaither"


Abstracted from "KINCAID", p. 207.

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Kincaid, Henry Highland (I17583)
 
39653 ____

Excerpted from Homer Clonts' letter dated, November 23, 1992:

"A little more background on my grandfather, William Presley Clonts:

He moved his family from Georgia to Arkansas after the Civil War, where he apparently practiced law and preached. They also had a ranch in Arkansas.

One of the sons by the earlier marriage (Samuel, I think) promised to take care of all the family's business and sell the ranch. Meanwhile, grandmother moved back to Bluffton, Ala., where she taught school to support her large family. All of the sons in the family became railroad men."
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Posted By: E. Russell
Email:
Subject: Re: M.A. Clonts and W.P. Clonts Floyd County, GA 1861
Post Date: July 25, 2007 at 08:33:48
Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/clonts/messages/95.html
Forum: Clonts Family Genealogy Forum
Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/clonts/

This is wonderful information for me!!! I feel certain that your W. P. Clonts was my Great-Grandfather, William Presley Clonts, b. Feb 5, 1826, in Morgantown (Burke Co.), NC. He died, Sept 21, 1884, in Malvern (Hot Springs Co.), Arkansas. He had 2 wives, 1st Mahalia R. Spriggs and 2nd Mary Elizabeth Frost (my direct line is through her). William had a brother, Michael Asbury. William is listed in the 1860 Floyd County Census with wife, Mahilia. Both William and Michael are listed in the 1864 Census for Reorganizing the Georgia Militia, Coweta County. Each was listed as "exempt" because they were ministers. I have no record of either serving in the Civil War. While researching early marriages in GA, ran across a marriage performed by M. A. Clontz on 11-25-1857 in Gordon Co., GA. A Rev. M. A. Clonts is listed as minister at different churches/times in Grimes Co., TX. In the "History of Whitfield County", Rev. M. A. Clonts is listed as Master of Dalton Lodge No. 105, F. & A.M. 1857. Any information that you have to share would be greatly appreciated.




 
Clonts, William Presley "Presley" (I9641)
 
39654 ____

Maybe...

Name: John H Hennesey
vent Type:
vent Year:
vent Place:
inor Civil Division: Magisterial District No 5
ge (Expanded): 19 years
irth Year (Estimated):
irthplace:
ender:
age: 348
ousehold ID:
ffiliate Publication Number: M653
S Film number: 805347
igital Folder Number: 4297376
mage Number: 00258
Citing this Record:
United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M41N-4VQ : accessed 21 Jul 2013), John H Hennesey, 1860. 
Hennessee, Henry (I36253)
 
39655 _____


"He was a carpenter and followed construction work after he left his father's farm.

In 1898 he enlisted in the Spanish American War and served in Cuba and in the Philippines.

He was a Methodist and was a member of old Gilboa Methodist Church...

Upon learning of his son's tragic death, Rufus Duckworth immediately said that Walter's baby girl, Sadie, who was about three weeks old should have her father's name..."

- Mrs. Winnie Duckworth Hagerman


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Duckworth, Walter Whitesides (I5188)
 
39656 _____


"I, John Cantrell, of the State of South Carolina, and the County of
Spartanburg, being of sound mind and memory, do make and constitute this my
last Will and Testament, in manner and form following, that is to say, I
recommend my soul to God and my body to a Christian burial.

First: I will that all my just debts be paid, also I give and bequeath unto my
daughter, Anna Turner, one-hundred acres of land, more or less, lying on the
Maple Swamp, on both sides of the creek. I also give and bequeath unto my
daughter, Synthia, one bed and two pillows and slips, four cover lids, one bed
quilt, six sheets, one chest, one pot, one oven, one wheel and table pair
of cards. I give and bequeath unto my loving wife, Elizabeth Cantrell, the
remainder of my estate, both real and personal, during the time of her natural
life, or widowhood, to be equally divided amongst my children, at her death,
that is to say, Abraham, Isaac, and my daughter Tilitha's heirs, and Betsey,
William, Polly, Martin, Berry, Anna, Sally and her heirs, and Synthia; also
twenty-five dollars to be given to my grand-daughter, Janny Robbins.

Lastly, I appoint my three sons, William Cantrell, Martin Cantrell and Berry
Cantrell, executors of this last Will and Testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand andseal this 30th day of March,
1823.

(signed) John Cantrell
Test:
Lanceford Cantrell
George Cantrell
Nimrod Cantrell"

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Cantrell, John "Miller John" (I3987)
 
39657 _____


"The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederates", by Lindsley, p. 486 cites


McGregor, Ezekiel, d. Dec. 18, 1861."

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McGregor, Ezekiel M. (I2661)
 
39658 _____


Cited from Burke County Misc. Records, "A List of the Disaffected men Returned
to Oct. Term...

Lincoln County - Names of those that is supposed to come under the
Confiscation Act:

...Glance, Jacob."




Scenario: Jacob, a man at least in his thirties, no doubt with family, is now
sought by the new government for sedition because his alleged royalist
activities. What could he do? He cannot flee north, south or east because he
would still be in a populated area (and law-enforcement) so it is to the West
where he must flee.The West was still wilderness and as yet not subject to the
benefit of society, i.e., clerks, magistrates, sheriffs, etc., and it was
there that offered him his best hope of escape and a place to begin a new life
for himself and his family.

This would construe likely circumstances for the origin of the CLAUNCH family
in Kentucky. The earliest Kentucky records, circa late 1790's, report the
beginnings of the Jeremiah Claunch family. This Jeremiah, true to custom,
could have been named after his paternal grandfather, Hieronymus "Jeremiah"
Glantz.

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Clontz, Jacob (I11705)
 
39659 _____


John Adam Clontz' will was proven in The Superior Court of Union County,NC and
filed in 1898, Will Book 2, pp. 567-568:


"I Adam Clontz of the County of Union in the State of North Carolina Being of
sound mind & memory Do Declare this to be my last will and testament.

1 I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Serena Clonts my entire estate of
every Description During her lifetime for her comfortable support and after
her Death for Every and all the Remamider of to be sold & funeral expenses &
all other Debts if any to be paid.

2nd I will and bequeath to granddaughter Serena who intermarried with Wilson
Rushing five dollars and the Remaider of my Estate to be equally divided
between my three daughters Polly who intermarried with Charley Hagler and
Sarah who married William Griffin and Matilda who married Allen Trull my
Daughter Katy who married John Kiker has already her share the three first
named share and share alike my son Jacob W. Clonts in consideration of
advances previously made to him in land his promised to Defray my funeral
expenses.

I appoint my son John Clonts my trusted friend my Executor of the my last will
and testament.

In witness whereof I Adam Clontz have hereunto set my hand and seal in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Subscribed by the Testator in presents Adam (his mark: X) Clonts
of Each of us and at the same time Declared
by him to us this as his last will & testament

S W Eason
J C Mullis

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1860 Union County Census lists "Catherine Pinion, 2" in his household.

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Clontz, John Adam "Adam" (I10817)
 
39660 _____


One of my great-aunts. Tee-tiny woman. Sweet personality and striking eyes. Favored me with her "tea-cakes", an ol' timey cookie. Always addressed her husband as "Mr. Jones"...DAH

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From: "Ladye Hunter"
To: "HENNESSEE David"
Subject: Annie Lee Byars Harding Jones
Date: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 2:18 AM

David,

I just found this and thought of you.

Ladye Jane Hunter

ANNIE LEE JONES

Funeral services for Annie Lee Jones, 98, of the Gath Community in DeKalb County, who passed away Thursday Oct. 17, 1996, were conducted 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 from the Chapel of Love-Cantrell Funeral Home with interment at New Bildad Cemetery. Elder Paul Violet officiated.

Mrs. Jones was born in DeKalb County to the late John and Julia Cantrell Byars.

She was a homemaker and member of the Mt. View Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, Walter Harding, and second husband, I.C. Jones, Sr.

Survivors include her sons, Walter Harding of Crossville; Edward Harding and John Harding, both of McMinnville; daughter, Doris Grandey of Lewisville; step daughters, Rosa Nelson of Battlecreek, Mich., Eula Mae Bain and Hallie Bain, both of McMinnville; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Love-Cantrell Funeral Home of Smithville, Tenn., was in charge of the arrangements.

CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE, Crossville, TN. October 1996.
http://www.crossville-chronicle.com/archive/octob.htm 
Byars, Anna Lee "Annie" (I709)
 
39661 _____


Warren G. Cantrell reports that Mary Frances HOOPER married John HODGE. Researching the DeKalb County,TN marriage records, I locate:

p. 42; "PHILLIPS, J. D. to M. F. HOOPER m. 22 Oct 1865 by P. G. Magness,MG

p. 59; HODGE, John to Mary FELTS m. 18 Mch 1870 by J. W. Certain JP".

Is FELTS a corruption of PHILLIPS...DAH

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Felts, Mary "Polly" (I27134)
 
39662 _____

"Following herewith is an abstract of the will of James Cunningham, father and ancestor of John Cunningham, Revolutionary soldier, of Warren Co. The will dated 10/2/1762 in Lunenburg Co.,VA.

Will of James Cunningham, Wife - Jane. Gives to:

1. John Cunningham, 312 acres on Robertson's River, part of tract I bought of Capt. Joseph Williams.
2. William Cunningham.
3. James Cunningham, the plantation where I now live - one negro man named Sharper and a girl Minta.

Executrix: wife, Jane. Wits: Thomas Pettus, Daniel Hay and Nathan Hay.

Proved November 1762. (Will Book 2, p. 6)."
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10 Jul 2009

Abstracted from A. M. Cunningham's biography, "John Cunningham II", 2009, pp. 40-41:

#10-- James Cunningham of Robinson Fork of the Meherrin River

(Note: Courtesy of Diana Dobbins. Below is an excerpt from a 1992 history book by Neil L. Cunningham, Nashville TN. Annotations by A.M. Cunningham, 2009)

Sometime during the mid 1700's, another James Cunningham obtained a large tract of land near where Robinson Creek runs into the Meherrin River. This property today is in Brunswick County, about four miles southeast of Lawrenceville, VA.

This James, whose wife was Jane Scott, acquired 354 acres in 1749 and 421 acres in 1762, and at his death in 1762, had an estate of 774 acres. There are no records available to connect this James Cunningham with either the Cub Creek Cunninghams or the Prince Edward County Cunninghams. In fact, the plantation that James owned on Robinson Creek was about 50 miles from Cub Creek or Spring Creek. However, as you will see later, a strange set of circumstances occur which raises questions about the relationship of Robinson Creek James and John 4 of Spring Creek.

James and Jane Scott Cunningham had three sons living at his death, John, William and James, Jr., all minors, and he left all three large tracts of land, which were placed under guardians. James, Jr. died before the estate was settled and the land was divided between William and John. John married Mary Hill Pettypool in 1771 and they had two sons, James and William.

In 1772, John sold the land he had inherited from his father to his brother William. Mary Hill Pettypool died in 1774 and there are no further records of their two small children, William and James. John became a soldier in the Revolutionary War in 1776 and served until 1781.

In 1782, he married Keziah Chandler, and they had 10 children. In his pension application for Revolutionary War service, which was granted, John stated he was born on Feb. 10, 1748 in Lunenburg County, Va., and lived there for 31 years (until 1779), then lived five years in Charlotte County, Va. (until 1784), and then moved to Wilkes County, N. C. where he lived 35 or 36 years (until 1819/20), then moved to Warren County, Tenn.

John died in Warren County on Dec. 18, 1842 near Viola at about the age of 94. He and his wife, who died in 1839, are buried in the family cemetery at Viola. John's brother William stayed in Virginia and died there.

If Revolutionary War John's memory was correct in his pension application and `QDSQA1 he did not move to Warren County, Tenn. until 1819/20, then several of his children already had settled in Warren County by that time. One son, John Cunningham, came into Warren County about 1809/10 and settled near Rock Island. He obtained 100 acres in a grant which included the land where the Rock Island Dam now stands. At that time, it was called the "great falls of Caney Fork River." This John married Sally Jane Swindle, formerly of Hyde County, N. C. He served two years (Note: Actually six months-Nov 13, 1814 to May 13, 1815-AMC) in the War of 1812 and participated in the Battle of New Orleans under General Andrew Jackson. James and Mary Cunningham were descendants of this Cunningham family. Mary Cunningham was one of the founders of the Magness Memorial Library in McMinnville and served as librarian for 46 years. The military service of this branch of this Cunningham family continued because James and Mary's son won the Congressional Medal of Honor for outstanding bravery in combat in World War I. (Note: No Medal of Honor record found to support this statement-AMC)

Now to the mystery. James Cunningham of Robertson Fork on the Meherrin River lived 50 miles from John 4 Cunningham of Prince Edward County in the mid 1700s. James children and grandchildren lived in Virginia for awhile, then moved to North Carolina and finally settled in Rock Island, Tenn. (Note: Viola not Rock Island, TN-AMC)

John 4's children and grandchildren lived in Prince Edward and Pittsylvania Counties in Virginia; Hawkins and Claiborne Counties in Tennessee, then about 1809/10, settled in Irving College in Warren County, Tennessee. The two families arrived in Warren County about the same time from two completely different routes and settled only about 10 miles apart. Coincidence, or were they related. We probably will never know. (Note:

There are actually three John Cunningham families in Warren County ca. 1810 located at

{1} Rock Island
{2} Viola and
{3} Irving College.

All originated in the state of Virginia before migrating to Tennessee. Full 67 markers yDNA testing is recommended for male descendents of all three John Cunningham families. It appears they have the same surname but perhaps different genetic heritage.-AMC) 
Cunningham, James (I11007)
 
39663 _____

"Harrel was married and had a daughter Mattie, see will of his. Tradition in my Byars family that one son of Nathan's was killed in the yard of his father's home trying to protect the theft of the family's horses from the Northerners. If his Civil War record would verify this; I think you could state that he is buried in the family cemetery."

Extracted from the notes of Bobbi Byars Lynch.

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Does not appear in 1860 Warren or DeKalb County censuses...DAH

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Byars, Harrel (I5108)
 
39664 _____

"John A. Clontz was an Elder in the Presbyterian Church, and we believe
records show that each succeeding generation has produced at least one Elder.

John A. and Martha Blair first settled at the old Clontz homestead near where
Goose Creek flows into Rocky River, but later moved to the old Blair home, now
known as the late John E. Haigler place. They had to following children;
Jeremiah, John, Jacob, James, Lynn and Isaac. The girls were: Matilda,
Hettie, Sarah, Josephine and Mollie. All of them are deceased with exception
of Isaac A., who is in his 79th year.

The Clontz family has been represented in every war that the United Sates has
ever fought. Jeremiah and George asnwered when England tried to oppress the
Colonies and some of the family was in both wars with Mexico. When thhe South
called for volunteers in 1861 - James, Jerry, Lynn and Isaac answered and went
with their comrades and stood and fought for what they thought to be right.
And when the call of 1917 came their grandsons; Guy Clontz, the Williams boys,
the McManaway boys, the Helms boys and many others of whom we have no record,
answered and were in the Wolrd War. The Clontz' have not only been patriotic,
but men of courage, patience and perseverance. They have been loyal citizens
and true to every noble cause....The family has inherited a great
reponsibility and a great trust has been handed down from generation to
generation. The family may be likened to a River that flows thru the
desert...its waters giving life and beauty to all."

Rev. Ralph C. Clontz
1926

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Appears in 1850 Union Co.,NC Census with a farm valued at $1200.

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Clontz, John Adam "Adam" (I9025)
 
39665 _____

"The Clontz Family", by Franz Clontz, p. 70:

"Clouts, Jeremiah, Pvt. Enl. 3/1/1862 in Union Co. Present and accounted for
until 10/1864. Paroled at Greensboro 5/1/1865. H Co., 7 Regt. Born Union Co.
Enlisted age 22. Listed in Carrus Co. War Records Collection."

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Clonts, Jeremiah A. "Jerry" (I10821)
 
39666 _____

"The Families of White County", p. 18;

"375-363 James Dodson 53 TN, farmer,

Mary J. 50,

Emery 20, farmer,

Elizabeth18,

Benjamin 16, farmer,

James 13,

Mary 11,

Lucinda 7.

(In the 1850 census, Family #449, they also had in their home Nancy 12, Arthur Watson 20 NC, farmer, John Watson 18, Jane Watson 16 TN, probably John's wife.)"

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Dodson, James (I23494)
 
39667 _____

"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"


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Dodson, Reverend Thomas Jr. (I467)
 
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"William and Mary Quarterly", abstracted by Edward Reynolds and contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives, Records of Hanover County, Virginia, September 15, 1997/elreynolds@atl.mindspring.com, p. 7;

"Jan 25, 1734 - ...whereon Paul Harrelson decd., father of Paul Harrison(Harrelson) lately lived..."

p. 10;

"Aug. 7, 1735 - Estate of Paul Harralson decd to Paul Harralson for going to York to take in his Father's mortgage for Mr. Nelson."
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24 Aug 2008 citing: http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?danish::burgess::4873.html

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Re: DENMARK Rebekka Burgess b. 1668
Posted by: melquiades melquiades (ID *****2882) Date: June 14, 2007 at 13:55:54
In Reply to: DENMARK Rebekka Burgess b. 1668 by Michele Petersen of 5084


Michelle,
Rebekka Burgess was my 6th great-grandmother. Here's what I have, including conflicting info and speculations that may stimulate hours of pleasant researching. I've suppressed the footnotes to save space; most sources are secondary at best, so if anyone has different and more reliable information, please let us know. I think I've sorted out the Peter/Paul confusion correctly.

melquiades


PAUL1 HARRELSON (son of PETER HARRALSON) was born 1665 in Denmark, and died Apr 01, 1734 in St. Paul Parish, Hanover Co./New Kent Co., VA. He married REBECCA BURGESS Abt. 1690 in Hanover, VA, daughter of PETER BURGESS. She was born Abt. 1665 in Denmark, and died Aft. 1734 in Hanover, VA.

Notes for PAUL HARRELSON: See the book "Haralson-Harrelson Family History and Lineage" 3rd edition, includes the lines of all lineages bearing the name in the Americas. The book is $60.00 plus $3.50 for shipping to Danny Haralson, 828 Kimball Lane, Safford, Arizona 85546; email klech@zekes.com.

More About PAUL HARRELSON:
Date born 2: Abt. 1650, Denmark
Date born 3: Abt. 1655, Denmark
Date born 4: 1669, Denmark or Holland
Immigration: Abt. 1670, North Carolina (?)
Naturalization: Mar 24, 1702/03, Petition to the House of Burgesses, VA
Residence: Abt. 1734, St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., VA
Will 1: Aug 18, 1718, Date signed; St. Paul's Parish, New Kent Co.
Will 2: Apr 05, 1734, Proved; Hanover Co., VA

Notes for REBECCA BURGESS:

Rough check of name frequency at rootsweb.com suggests that Rebecca and/or her parents were born in what is now the UK. Holland was a frequent stop for Brits escaping religious persecution.
The cohesion of such refugees suggest that the Burgess family may have travelled with the Lewis family; Patience Lewis, whose father John was born in Wales, married Paul Harrelson II.
Alternatively, BURGESS might have been anglicized from BERTGES.

More About REBECCA BURGESS:

Name 2: Rebekkah BURGESS
Date born 2: Holland
Date born 3: Abt. 1670, Hanover, VA?
Died 2: 1728

More About PAUL HARRELSON and REBECCA BURGESS:
Marriage 1: Abt. 1690, Hanover, VA
Marriage 2: Bet. 1678 - 1689, VA
Marriage 3: Bef. 1718, Denmark

Children of PAUL HARRELSON and REBECCA BURGESS are:
i. PETER2 HARRELSON, b. Abt. 1690, Denmark or Holland; d. 1733, Hanover Co., VA; m. MARY CHAMBERS, 1715, St. Paul's Par., Hanover, VA; b. 1694, VA; d. 1752, Albemarle Co., VA.

Notes for PETER HARRELSON:

'On page 22 of "Walter Chiles of Jamestown" Joanne states (after Paul's will),"In the same Will book (Hanover County, Virginia Court Records 1733-35) we find the will of Peter Harralson, father of Paul Senior, dated 25 Jan 1733. Paul Sr. and "my friend Henry Chiles" were appointed executors. Paul Harrelson, Sr.'s will was acknowledged 5 April 1734 by Henry Chiles and Paul (jr.) Harralson.' (http://genforum.genealogy.com, Harrelson forum)

See also 'WILL BOOK B PAGE 46-47 ST PAULS PARRISH NEW KENT CO. VA 189 AUG 1718'

from www.rootsweb.com (family trees, Nathaniel Harrelson):

In the book LINEAGE AND DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WESLEY HARRELSON OF MARION CO, SC 1756-1984 by Brent Holcomb, pub in 1984 mentions the family of Paul Harralson, who petitioned the House of Burgesses in Virginia for Naturalizaton March 24, 1702/03. The early records of Hanover County and of New Kent County have been destroyed but one record book of Hanover Co survives in which are two wills for early members of the Harrelson family. The will of Paul Harrelson "of St. Pauls Parish in New Kent County" dated Aug. 18, 1718 names a daughter Judith Harrelson, a daughter Anne Childs, two sons Peter and Paul Harrelson, as well as a granddaughter Reb ekka Sims. The will was proved in Hanover Co., April 5, 1734. The will of his son, Peter, "of St. Pauls Parish of the County of Hanover" in which he names a wife Mary, sons Paul, Burgess, John, and Nathaniel, and daughters Elizabeth, Agness, and Sarah Harralson. The will was dated in 1733/34 and proved March of the same year.

Immigrated: 1715, From Holland (? -- doesn't comport with Naturalization request above)

More About PETER HARRELSON:

Date born 2: Abt. 1680, Denmark
Date born 3: Abt. 1685, New Kent Co., VA
Date born 4: 1689
Date born 5: Abt. 1695, Denmark
Died 2: 1732, St. Pauls Parish, Hanover Co., VA
Died 3: Jan 21, 1732/33, Hanover, Hanover Co., VA
Immigration: 1715 (?), from Holland
Military service: Captain in Danish Army. Came from Holland. Or vice versa?
Will 1: Mar 1733/34, St. Paul's Parish, County of Hanover

More About MARY CHAMBERS:

Date born 2: Abt. 1690, VA
Date born 3: Abt. 1697, York Co., VA

More About PETER HARRELSON and MARY CHAMBERS:
Marriage: 1715, St. Paul's Par., Hanover, VA

ii. PAUL HARRELSON II, b. Abt. 1682, VA; d. Aft. 1755, Fredericksborough Twp., SC; m. PATIENCE LEWIS, Bet. 1710 - 1720, VA; b. 1682, Poropotank Creek, New Kent Co., VA; d. Abt. 1750, Watertree, SC.

Notes for PAUL HARRELSON II:

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 21, No. 1. (Jul., 1912), pp. 47-63. "RECORDS OF HANOVER COUNTY", p. 58:

Jan. 25, 1734 Paul Harralson of St. Paul's to Henry Power of Parish of James City in Co. of James City 150 acres (same land whereon Paul Harrelson decd., father of Paul Harrison lately lived).

Taken from one of two old books in the clerk’s Office of Hanover County, Va: The Small Book, 1734 and 1735.

More About PAUL HARRELSON II:

Date born 2: Abt. 1719, Denmark
Died 2: 1754, SC
Deed: Jan 25, 1733/34, 150 acres where Paul senior lived, to Henry Power
Residence: 1734, St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., VA

Notes for PATIENCE LEWIS: See Book: "The Descendants of Joshua Gore" by Otis Prince

More About PATIENCE LEWIS:

Date born 2: Holland or Denmark

More About PAUL HARRELSON and PATIENCE LEWIS:
Marriage: Bet. 1710 - 1720, VA

iii. REBEKKA HARRELSON, b. 1690, New Kent Co., VA; d. Culpeper Co., VA; m. THOMAS SIMS.

Notes for REBEKKA HARRELSON:
at www.rootsweb.com, family tree of Nathaniel Harrelson, Brent Holcomb (LINEAGE AND DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WESLEY HARRELSON OF MARION CO, SC 1756-1984; 1984) is quoted as stating that Rebekka SIMS is the granddaughter of Paul HARRELSON.

More About REBEKKA HARRELSON:
Name 2: Rebecca HARRELSON
Name 3: Rebekkah HARRELSON
Date born 2: Abt. 1696, VA
Date born 3: Abt. 1700

iv. ANNE HARRELSON, b. 1699, New Kent, Hanover Co., VA; d. 1761, Halifax Co., VA; m. HENRY CHILES.

More About ANNE HARRELSON:

Name 2: Ann HARRELSON
Name 3: Anna HARRELSON
Date born 2: 1690, New Kent Co., VA
Date born 3: Abt. 1721
Died 2: Abt. 1760
Land Patent: 1751, 245 acres on Staunton river, including the mouth of Hills creek.

More About HENRY CHILES:

Land Patent 1: 1745, 104 acres, s. side of Staunton River, Pittsylvania Co., VA
Land Patent 2: 1746, on Staunton River opposite Otter Creek, Pittsylvania Co., VA
Land Patent 3: Four tracts on Falling River, Pittsylvania Co., VA
Land Patent 4: Two tracts of 250 and 300 acres, n. side of Staunton River, Pittsylvania Co., VA
Position 1: Commissioner of the Peace, Amelia Co., VA
Residence: Pittsylvania

v. JUDITH HARRELSON, b. Abt. 1702, VA; d. Bef. Sep 08, 1748, Goochland Co., Va; m. CHAMBERS.

More About JUDITH HARRELSON:

Date born 2: 1690, New Kent Co., VA
Date born 3: Abt. 1695
Date born 4: Abt. 1723




 
Harralson, Paul (I16820)
 
39669 _____

"William and Mary Quarterly",Aug. 1773, abstracted by Edward Reynolds,
September 15, 1997;


"Peter Harralson (will) dated Jany 20th, 1732, Gives wife Mary Harralson the place where Daniel Tyler lives, Sons, Paul, Burges, John and Nath; Harralson; daus, Elizabeth, Agnes and Sarah.

Witness, Paul Harralson, Rolf Hunt, and James Hooper. Admtor Mary Harralson. Security, Henry Chiles and Paul Harralson."

23 May 2007

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Re: Paul Harrelson b. 1650 Denmark
Posted by: Joy Smith (ID *****4293) Date: May 04, 2007 at 13:09:49
In Reply to: Paul Harrelson b. 1650 Denmark by Michele Petersen of 1366


Michele:
Here is the info I have on Paul Harrelson. I have more information on descendents if you are looking for it. Contact me at jjoysmith@excite.com.

Joy


PAUL1 HARRALSON was born circa 1655 in Denmark; was a crusty old sea captain who brought immigrants to New Kent Co., Virginia; migrated to America about 1670 and died 1734 in New Kent Co., Virginia. His father is possibly PETER HARRELSON. Paul was naturalized in Virginia House of Burgesses 2 APR 1703. He attended St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Hanover Co., Virginia. First located 03 Dec 1692 Deed. Last located 25 JAN 1734 when he sold 150 acres to Henry Power of Parish of James City. From William and Mary Quarterly – Paul’s estate was administered 1 April 1734 in Hanover Co., Virginia. The will was proven 5 APR 1734, dated 1718. Son Peter to receive 200 acres on Crump Creek. Also listed son Paul, daughter Ann Chiles, daughter Judith Harralson, granddaughter Rebeckah Sims, wife and all 5 children begotton of Paul Harralson I. Cr. Paul Harralson, Henry Childs security, executor’s bond. It is believed that Paul, Jr. and his wife, Patience, returned for the probate. The plantation where Paul, Sr. lived, all land and appurtenenaces were left to Paul, Jr. (no children were listed) (Record Book 46, New Kent County, Virginia). Paul, Sr. married about 1734 to REBEKKA BURGESS b. 1670, d. after 1734 in Hanover, Virginia. Rebecca’s father was PETER BURGESS b. 1630 in Holland. Paul was a guardian over JAMES PERRIN in 1713.

Children of PAUL HARRELSON and REBEKKA BURGESS:

1. PAUL2 HARRELSON II (PAUL1) b. 1682 in Hanover Co., Virginia; m. Patience Lewis. See Generation No. 2.

2. PETER2 HARRELSON (PAUL1) b. 1683 was a captain in Danish Army; came from Holland; died 1/21/1733 in Hanover Co., Virginia; will proved 8/1773; m. in St Paul’s Parrish, Virginia in 1715 to Mary Chambers (daughter of EDWARD CHAMBERS b. 1660-1669, d. 1731 and ELIZABETH HARRISON b. 1660-1670) b. 1694 in Virginia, d. 1752-1757 in Albemarle, Virginia.

3. ANNE2 HARRELSON (PAUL1) b. 1690, d. 6/20/1760 in Halifax Co., Virginia; m. about 1718 in New Kent Co., Virginia to Henry Childs II (son of HENRY CHILDS and MARGARET LITTLEPAGE) b. 11/13/1698, d. 1746 in Amelia Co., Virginia.

4. JUDITH2 HARRELSON (PAUL1) b. about 1695 New Kent Co., Virginia; m. William Chambers b. 1686 in New Kent Co., Virginia

5. REBECCA2 HARRELSON (PAUL1) b. about 1696 in Culpepper Orange, Virginia; d. 4/21/1784 in Culpepper Orange, Virginia; m. Thomas Sims circa 1716 of Richmond, Virginia.

GENERATION NO. 2

PAUL2 HARRELSON II (PAUL1) (son of Paul Harrelson and Rebekka Burgess) b. circa 1683 in Hanover Co., Virginia; d. about 1754, at age 72; petitioned the Virginia House of Burgess in 1702 for naturalization; m. about 1707 to Patience Lewis (daughter of Maj. JOHN LEWIS b. 12/15/1633 in Monmouthshire, Wales; d. 1690 in Cheokins, New Kent, Virginia and ISABELLA MILLER b. 2/8/1639 in New Kent Co., Virginia; d. 2/19/1703 in Cheokins, New Kent Co., Virginia). Paul leased 360 acres of land in 1705 in Hew Kent County, Virginia. There are numerous records, between 1715 and 1743, available in the Vestry Book of St. Paul’s Parish in Hanover Co., Virginia. Listings involved clearing roads, and forming precincts and appointing overseers for them. Last appears in Vestry of Books of Virginia 11/18/1743. After Jan 1739 the family was in Edgecombs Co., N.C. buying land 10/23/1740 that they sold 4/9/1741 to John Hardy. 11/29/1744 he petitions for 450 acres of land in Fredericksborough Township, near present-day Camden, S.C. Paul was paid 50 pounds by the Township for establishing a mill. This petition was never certified. The family is presumed wiped out in 1750-1755 in Indian uprising around Wateree River, S.C. However, some sources say he died about 1754 in Fredericksborough Township, Marion Co., S.C.

From Petitions for Land from South Carolina Council Journals, Volumbe 1: 1734/35-1748 by Brent Holcomb, page 201: “Pp. 505-506: Read the humble Peition of Paul Harlson & others shewing tha the Peti’rs family consists of nine White Persons who being lately arrived in this Province with design to Cultivate & Settle 400 and 50 acres of land, therefore prays that his Excell’cy and their Honours to grant him a Warrant for y’e same by virtue of his family Right in Fredericksbourgh Township and the said Paul Harelson with ‘ye under written Inhabitants humbly pray that the Boad would grant ye s’d Harleson fifty acres more of land on a Creek called Sander’s Creek for y’e building & settling up a Water-mill in y’e frontiers of Fredericksburgh Town ship and which millis of extraordinary benefit to y’e distressed subscribers and further pray that an order be Granted for a road to be Cut to y’e said Town’p of Fredericksburgh which will enable them to Convey their Small produce to y’e market . . . Signd Paul Harleson, Mark Catterton abot 24 more Subscribers. The Peitioner appearing before his Excell’cy the Gov’r in Council and Swearing to y’e Truth of the allegations of his Petition, the Pray’r thereof with regard to the land was Granted . . .”

**Notes on Patience Lewis**New Kent Co. is now King and Queen Co., Virginia. Her older brother COL. JOHN LEWIS is buried at Warner Hall in Gloucester Co., VA. Patience’s grandfather, the Immigrant, was JOHN LEWIS b. 2/22/1594 in Monmouthsire, Wales, d. 8/21/1657, New Kent Co., Virginia. Her grandmother was CATHERINE PHILLIP, John’s second wife. See “Lewis of Warner Hall” on GenForum.


Children of PAUL HARRELSON and PATIENCE LEWIS:

1. Dorothy3 HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) b. circa 1714 in Virginia

2. William3 HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) b. 1720 (no proof – believed to be a son) in Virginia; d. 1792 in Georgetown District, S.C.; m. Jane Anderson. .

3. Benjamin3 Lewis HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) **NOTE** It is possible that William (PETER2, PAUL1) is the father** b. 1725 in Virginia; will proved 3/2/1802; m. in 1745 in S.C. to (1)Selah Commander b. 1745; d. 1802 in Marion District, S.C. Found in 1800 Georgetown District Census (page 447).

4. Andrew3 HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) b. 1727; d. about 1773

5. Prudence3 HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) b. 1735; m. William Reaves b. 1724 in Virginia. See family sheet for children.

6. Nathaniel HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) d. 1774 in Orange Co., N.C.; m. Anne Bush 11/18/1787 in Caswell Co., N.C.

7. Paul HARRELSON III (PAUL2, PAUL1) b. 1710 in Virginia; d. after 7/1769 in Georgia; m. Mary Unknown

8. Joseph3 HARRELSON (PAUL2, PAUL1) b. 1720; d. before 1800 in Washington District, Marion Co., S.C.; m. Su Song, a Sawra Indian.


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Harralson, Peter (I7019)
 
39670 _____

1860 DeKalb Co.,TN Census,p. 19, family 173;

"Joseph Clark 52 M Farmer 5000 8000 NC
Nancy 50 F TN
James 12 M TN"

Isaac Whaley & family also enumerated in his household.


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Clark, Joseph (I23599)
 
39671 _____

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 
McGregor, William "The Preacher" (I27125)
 
39672 _____

7 May 2003;

Sharon B. Almas Swindell reports in her book, "The Other Bunch", page 30, Sarah's marriage to Reuben Hutson. Believe she may have confused this Sarah with the other Sarah, daughter of John SWINDLE and Elizabeth ROBERTS...DAH


8 May 2003;

Interesting bit, enumerated in the 1880 White County Census, page 122,

'50-52 Housekeeper
HUTSON, Sarah 53 f widow head Tn. Va. Tn.
HUTSON, Isaiah 15 m son Tn. Tn. Tn." 
Swindle, Sarah (I32)
 
39673 _____

8 May 2003; DAH

Reuben is not enumerated in the 1860,1870 or 1880 White County censuses. Possible conjecture is that he died before 1860, possibly before 1855...DAH

There appears to be a second "Reuben" cited in the household of Benjamin HUTCHINGS during the 1870 White County Census, page 90;

"HUTSON Reubin 13 (born 1857)
HUTSON Benjamin 11. (born 1859)"

26 Feb 2007:

Name Age Gender Race Occupation Real Personal Birthplace
Hutchings, Benjamin 72 M W Farmer 2500 1000 VA
Hutchings, Ann 66 F W Keeping house NC
Hutchings, America 25 F W Without occupation TN
Hutson, Reuben 13 M W Works on farm TN
Hutson, Benjamin F. 11 M W Works on farm TN
Hutchings, (Wayman?) 10 M W Works on farm TN



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Hutson, Reuben P. (I3866)
 
39674 _____

Abstracted from "Burke County Court Minutes", January, 1849:

"Last will and testament of Benjamin Beach, deceased, William Beach, exec.".

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Beach, Celia (I4096)
 
39675 _____

Abstracted from "DeKalb County Cemeteries", by Gilbert, p. 64"

"J. R. Cantrell September 26, 1826 - May 3, 1899,
7 ds. Msaonic emblem Sgt. J. R. Cantrell CO F 4th TENN MTD INF"

Note: His wife, Elizabeth, does not appear to buried with him at Bright Hill Cemetery...DAH
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Cantrell, Jesse R. (I4042)
 
39676 _____

Abstracted from "Hyde County Historical Journal",Vol.8,No.2,Fall 1984,

"CHRISTOPHER SWINDELL, son of CALEB SWINDELL (SR.), appears as the head of a household in Hyde's 1790 census. He is over 16 and lives with 3 males under 16, and 5 females. We have been unable to find the maiden name of his wife, ANNA. By 1800, he had moved to Beaufort County,NC, and by October, 1805, he was in Orange County,NC. He remained in Orange County,NC until sometime between the 1810 and 1820 census when he appeared in the White County,TN census. He is listed as over 45 (b. before 1775) and living with 1 female over 45, 1 male 10-16, 1 female 10-16 and 2 females 16-26."
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"Swindall, Christopher 1,3,5,0,0"

1790 Census North Carolina
Hyde County Newbern District

1 of 1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
3 of 2nd # free white males under 16 years
5 of 3rd # free white females and head of families
0 of 4th # all other free persons (no other children)
0 of 5th # slaves 
Swindle, Christopher (I3861)
 
39677 _____

Abstracted from "Hyde County Historical Journal",Vol.8,No.2,Fall 1984;


"CALEB SWINDELL (SR.), son of JOHN SWINDELL, SR., was married to his first wife, KEZIAH _____, by 25 August 1767. We have been unable to indentify her parents. CALEB's will dated 26 November 1790, probated February Court 1791, mentions wife, ELIZABETH, and sons, CHRISTOPHER and CASON SWINDELL. His will dictated that the remaider of the estate should be equally divided between his children after the death of his wife, ELIZABETH.

In a 1791 division of the remaider of the estate, his wife, ELIZABETH, received one-third and his heirs JESSE HARRIS, SR., THOMAS HARRIS, CHRISTOPHER SWINDELL, JAMES MASON, JESSE HARRIS, JR., ELIZABETH HARRIS, SUSANNA CARAWAN, JOHN BENSON, AND CASON SWINDELL received the remaining two-thirds divided into equal lots.

Since we know that CASON and CHRISTOPHER were his sons, this equal distribution indicates that the others were his daughters and sons-in-law in right of their wives."

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Notes for CALEB SWINDELL: Caleb SWINDLE Sr. was born between 1738 and 1742 in Albemarie, Hyde Co., North Carolina. He signed a will on 26 Nov 1790. He died about 1791in Hyde Co., North Carolina. He had an estate probated in Feb 1791 in Hyde Co., North Carolina. He was a Cabinet Maker. In October 1841 Caleb gave power or attorney to his brother John, Jr.
 
Swindle, Caleb (I2035)
 
39678 _____

Abstracted from the "The Southern Standard" by Margorie Tucker Stewart,
Wednesday, April 6, 1994;

"Sophia Jones succumbs to extended illness

DeKalb County native and resident, Sophia Alline Jones, 92, died April 3 at
Sunny Point Heath Care Center, after an extended illness.

A retired cook of Smithville Elementary School and member of Jacobs Pillar
Methodist Church, she was the daughter of the late Samuel and Sophia Delia
Hicks Cantrell and was preceeded in death by her husband, Benjamin F. Jones,
in 1980.

She is survived by four daughters, Jean Neal and Dan Edge, both of Smithville,
Ruth Mayo of Lascassas and Reba Hennessee of McMinnville; one son, Winston
Jones of McMinnville; four sisters, Lula Maude Washer and Gladys Hawkins, both
of Smithville, Jessie Rule of Texas and Lora Taylor of Maryland; two brothers,
Houston Cantrell of Smithville and Pascal Cantrell of Alabama; 21
grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.

Memorial services were held Tuesday at Jacobs Pillar Methodist Church with
Bro. Bratten Tucker officiating. Burial followed in Jacobs Pillar Cemetery."

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Cantrell, Sophia Alline (I12732)
 
39679 _____

Abstracted from the "Warren County, Tennessee Marriage Records:1852-1900",by Fred L. Clark

I have found two references for two "James Cope", both marrying "Elizabeth" within 45 days;

"Cope, James L. to Elizabeth Purkins Rites 17 Sep 1860 by Jas. Webb,JP

Cope, James W. M. to Elizabeth A. Faulkner Rites 16 Oct 1860 by GP Moffitt,JP"

Note the middle-name initials of the second "Jas.". May give a clue that this is the marriage that produced "William Stephen COPE"...DAH
_

James does not appear in 1850 or 1860 Warren Co.,TN census records...DAH 
Cope, James (I26919)
 
39680 _____

As appears in 1860 Caldwell County Census:

Clonts, William 24 M Farm Laborer NC Married within year
Adeline 31 F NC Married within year
Candus Giles 11 F NC
Roxanna Giles 7 F NC

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Giles, Elizabeth Adaline (I10708)
 
39681 _____

Bobbi Byars Lynch notes,

"He was a prisoner of war at Rock Island,IL from 25 Nov 1863 to 12 May 1865.
Was captured at Missionary Ridge."

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Fuston, William Jefferson (I13562)
 
39682 _____

Burke County Bastardy Bonds - Before 1830, p. 52

"Abraham Harshaw - Catherine Clounts 26 April 1819".

Provided by Barbara Gangraw.

_____ 
Clontz, Catherine (I9053)
 
39683 _____

Camillus Voltaire Lanier was born 5 Apr 1816 in Halifax County, VA and died 2 Apr 1872 in Mockville, Davie County, NC.

Camillus Voltaire Lanier, son of James and Martha Taff (Green) Lanier.

Camillus Voltaire Lanier, married 1st Isabella M. Jeffreys, daughter of James W. Jeffreys *, 14 Jan 1839 in Caswell County, NC.

(* Sorce Newspaper: The Patriot, Greensboro, NC, February 18, 1839)

Camillus Voltaire Lanier, married 2nd Harriet Speed 
Lanier, Dr. Camillus Voltaire (I36281)
 
39684 _____

E-mail message received from John Clonst/BClonts@aol.com, 25 Feb 98;

"On Sunday I received a call from Beverly Blair who is granddaughter of Lorena
Smith...Beverley said Lorena lived to be nearly 100 years old, d. 1954. Lorena
said her father didn't want her and she was raised by her grandparents. Lorena
told they lived on an Indian Reservation as a child. Beverly lives near
Atlanta..."

_____ 
Smith, Lurena (I10815)
 
39685 _____

Enumerated in "Our People", by Margret Rhinehart, p. 6:

"Sara Creely Haston, Nov. 7, 1788 to ca 1855, wife Joseph Haston". Buried in an unmarked grave in Big Fork Cemetery, Van Buren Co.,TN.

Was she a sister to James or possible his first wife?...DAH

_____ 
Creley, James T. (I5845)
 
39686 _____

Enumerated in the household of Perry CANTRELL, 1880 DeKalb Co.,TN, census, June 10, 1880 by J.A. Moores, Enumerator,p. 115;

"...Neal Lafaett 26 W M Farming Married TN
Nacy E. (Young) 26 W F Wife TN"

No children listed...DAH

_____ 
Neal, James Lafayette C(antrell) "Fate" (I16554)
 
39687 _____

Excerpted for Carol Clontz Combs' Notes;

"William Riley Clonts m. Jane Smathers, marriage bond August 8, 1865, Haywood
Co.,NC, Francis M. Cook*, bondsman."

* Speculate that COOK is his mother's people...DAH.

And next entry may be this William;

"William Riley Clonts, Sr. m. Elizabeth Adaline Giles, b. 12/16/1828, d.
12/23/1905, William b. 1837*, d. 1/12/1911."

* Note same birth year.

"William Riley Clonts m. Jane Smathers, August 19, 1865, Burke Co.", IGI.

_____

Franz Clontz identifies him as William Ellis Clontz...DAH.

_____

Franz Clontz' book, p. 51,

"William Ellis Clontz I was wounded in the Civil War, and was on the Honor
Roll. Asked for pension in 1901. Had relatives beyond Asheville, at Sylva,
Buncombe Co., N.C. He had a brother named J. Garrison Clontz, whose wife was
Elmine. Their father was Henry Clontz, d. Aug. 9, 1881; their mother was
Mahala Clontz, died March 16, 1881."




27 Feb 2003: Spoke to Mike Mills, miglen730@aol.com, who is searching for his CLONTZ line and claims that his line goes to Emily Virginia CLONTZ, daughter of William and married John Wilson MILLS 
Clontz, William Riley Sr. (I10338)
 
39688 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Mullican, William W(omack) "Billy" (I2950)
 
39689 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Womack, Abner Monroe "Monroe" (I4423)
 
39690 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Mullican, William W(ilmoth) "Brer Billy" (I4919)
 
39691 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
McPeak, Elder John Lanum (I4948)
 
39692 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Capshaw, Evan Watkins (I4965)
 
39693 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Crain, Albert (I5820)
 
39694 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Trapp, Elder James Terry (I7353)
 
39695 _____

Excerpted from "Ansearchin' News", The Tennessee Genealogical Society, Vol.
40, No. 3, Fall, 1993, p. 116:


CANEY FORK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1893 - WARREN COUNTY, TENN.

In September 1893, the Caney Fork Association of Old Two Seed Predestinarian Baptist Churches held their meeting with the Caney Fork Church of Warren County, TN. Ten churches took part in the meeting and the Elders and Brethren who participated are listed. Their names and churches may aid in genealogical research in Middle Tennessee.

Bildad Church, Catlen's Mills, TN, Elder J. L. Byars; and brethren J. K.
Adcock, Wm. Webb and E. W. Capshaw.

Caney Fork Church, Horse Shoe Falls, TN, Brethren C. W. Mooneyham, J.
Goodson and W. W. Mullican.

Concord Church, Gath, TN, Brethren A. M. Womack, O. Denton and A. Crain.

Glovers Creek Church, Summer Shade, KY, Brother L. T. Pedigo

Holmes Creek Church, Smithville, TN, Brethren R. W. McGinnis, and B.
Taylor.

New Hope Church, Cookeville, Tn., Elder A. A. Flanders, and Brethren W. H.
Thomasson and J. F. Hyder

Philadelphia Church, Pollard, TN, Elder J. L. McPeak and Brethren W. H.
Noris and J. Mullican.

Rocky River Church, Increase, TN, Brethren O. C. Crain and I. Mitchell.

Roaring River Church, Oak Hill, TN, Elder G. W. Flanigin and Brethren
M. Langford and W. J. Stewart.

West Fork Church, Monroe, TN, Elder I. Sewell and Brother Stephen West.

Visitors for sister Associations:

Drakes Creek Church, Elder D. P. Ausbrooks and Brother W. G. Allen
Richland Creek Church, Elder E. T. Hampton and Brother S. Green

Memorial to:

Elder J. T. Trapp, former clerk of the Association who has passed away
since our last meeting, September 1892.

_____ 
Mooneyham, Charles W. "Charlie" (I13137)
 
39696 _____

Excerpted from "Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,Caldwell Co.,NC, The First
Six Years 1841-1847", compiled by Linda M. Staley, John O. Hawkins, Second
Edition:

"April Term, 1843. Margaret Clontz allowed to take Sally Clontz (lunatic and
pauper) as county charge. Rate: $30.00 per year until May."


Note: Margaret could be wife to Christian Clontz, Sally's uncle...DAH.

_____ 
Clontz, Sarah (I9024)
 
39697 _____

Excerpted from , "The Clontz Family", by Franz Clontz, p. 69:

"Clouts, J.G., enlisted 9/19/1863 from burke Co., at Wilmington,N.C.
Confederate State Navy. (17) Widow: Elmine Giles. (18)."

_____ 
Clontz, James Garrison "Garrison" (I10335)
 
39698 _____

Excerpted from, "Abstracts of Land Patents 1765-1775", by Margaret M. Hoffman:

"1292 pg. 375 John Michael Claunch 22 December 1768 200 Acres in Mecklenburgh on Rocky river on a branch of Dutch Buffalow Creek, joining Gasper Saxer and Michael Christman."
_____

"...Samuel Dodson married Sarah (?Susan?) Clontz...Grayson County, Virginia between 1789 - 1795..."; "Van Buren County Historical Journal", Vol. VIII, 1988, copyright 1988 by The Van Buren County Historical Society,TN, p. 37.

Given ages and time-frame, could be that "John" had a daughter, Sarah...DAH 
Glantz, Hans Michael "John Michael" (I9055)
 
39699 _____

Excerpted from, "Coping With The Copes", by Joan Bartholomew Parrish, p. 55:

"Her mother was killed by lightning while Martha Elizabeth was a small child,
and she was carried back to Warren or DeKalb County, Tennessee...Joe and
Lizzie moved to Huntsville (Madison County), Alabama in September of 1926. He
worked in the Dallas Cotton Mills until his death...".

_____ 
Mullican, Joseph "Joe" (I13905)
 
39700 _____

Franz Clontz writes,

"Enlisted August 22, 1864, Mecklenburg Co., "H" Company, 7th Regiment, CSA.
Born in Mecklenburg Co.
Present and accounted for through Oct. 1864."

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Clontz, Isaac A(dam) (I9631)
 

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