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40101 Tim Byars | http://genforum.genealogy.com/blackwell/messages/1397.html Source (S37390)
 
40102 Tim Lewis | Pedigree | 5 Aug 1998 | a0715@multipro.com Source (S2839)
 
40103 Time Line

ca. 1558 - Thomas Smythe is born. He is the second surviving son of Thomas Smythe of Ostenhanger (later Westenhanger) in County Kent and his wife, Alice Judde Smythe.
1580 - Thomas Smythe is a member of the Haberdashers' and Skinners' companies.
1581 - Thomas Smythe is a founding member of the Merchants of Levant, or Turkey Company, which trades in Turkey and India.
1588 - Thomas Smythe possibly lends ¹31,000 to Queen Elizabeth I to help meet the threat of the Spanish Armada.
March 7, 1589 - Sir Walter Raleigh disperses his interest in the Virginia colony, "saving only the fifth part of gold and silver ore," to a group of London merchants, gentlemen, and planters.
1596 - Thomas Smythe serves as a commissioner negotiating trade with the Dutch.
June 1596 - An English fleet under the command of Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex; Charles Howard, baron of Effingham and England's Lord High Admiral; and Sir Walter Raleigh sacks the Spanish port city of Câadiz.
1597 - Thomas Smythe is elected to represent Aylesbury in Parliament, a seat held before him by his father and his older brother, John Smythe.
1597–1598 - Thomas Smythe serves as an auditor in London.
1598 - Thomas Smythe serves as a commissioner negotiating trade with the Dutch.
1599–1600 - Thomas Smythe serves as master of the Haberdashers' Company.
1599–1601 - Thomas Smythe serves as an alderman in London.
October 1600 - The East India Company is formed with Thomas Smythe as its first governor.
November 6, 1600 - Thomas Smythe is appointed sheriff of London.
December 31, 1600 - Queen Elizabeth I issues a royal charter to the East India Company, formed to trade with the East Indies.
February 14, 1601 - Thomas Smythe, under suspicion for involvement in an uprising against Queen Elizabeth led by Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex, is remanded to the custody of the archbishop of Canterbury. He is removed from his position as sheriff of London.
March 2, 1601 - Thomas Smythe is transferred to the Tower of London, where he will be imprisoned for more than a year for his suspected involvement in an uprising against Queen Elizabeth led by Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex.
1603–July 1621 - Sir Thomas Smythe retains the position of governor of the East India Company, excepting the period from 1605 until 1607.
May 13, 1603 - Thomas Smythe is knighted by the new English king, James I.
1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe is elected to Parliament representing Dunwich.
March 19, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed to be special ambassador from King James I to the czar of Russia, then Boris I.
April 11, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed to be a receiver for the Duchy of Cornwall.
June 13, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe, the new royal ambassador to Russia, and his party sail from Gravesend bound for Russia.
July 22, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe, the new royal ambassador to Russia, and his party arrive at the city of Arkhangelsk in the northern part of European Russia. From there, they travel overland to the city of Yaroslavl, where he meets the czar, Boris I. He later travels to Moscow.
May 28, 1605 - Sir Thomas Smythe, having obtained a grant of new trading privileges for the Muscovy Company, begins his return journey to England.
April 10, 1606 - King James I grants the Virginia Company a royal charter dividing the North American coast between two companies, the Virginia Company of London and the Virginia Company of Plymouth, overseen by the "Counsell of Virginia," whose thirteen members are appointed by the king.
November 20, 1606 - King James I appoints Sir Thomas Smythe a member of His Majesty's Council for Virginia, the governing board of the Virginia Company of London.
May 23, 1609 - The Crown approves a second royal charter for the Virginia Company of London. It replaces the royal council with private corporate control, extends the colony's boundaries to the Pacific Ocean, and installs a governor, Sir Thomas West, twelfth baron De La Warr, to run operations in Virginia.
July 26, 1612 - King James I grants the North-West Passage Company a royal charter to facilitate finding a route to Japan and China and facilitating trade with them. He names Sir Thomas Smythe its governor.
1614 - Sir Thomas Smythe is elected to Parliament from Sandwich.
June 29, 1615 - King James I grants the Somers Islands Company a royal charter to facilitate colonization of and trade with Bermuda. He names Sir Thomas Smythe the company's governor.
1618 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed commissioner of the navy.
January 1619 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed to the treasury commission and assigned to negotiate differences with the Dutch, then in the midst of the Eighty Years' War (1568–1648).
April 28, 1619 - Sir Edwin Sandys takes over as treasurer (essentially chairman) of the Virginia Company of London.
1621 - Sir Thomas Smythe is elected to Parliament representing Saltash.
January 30, 1621 - Sir Thomas Smythe writes his will. He will add a codicil to it on the day of his death.
May 1623 - The Privy Council launches an inquiry into the administration of the Virginia Company.
May 24, 1624 - Following a yearlong investigation into mismanagement headed by Sir Richard Jones, justice of the Court of Common Pleas, the Crown revokes the Virginia Company of London's charter and assumes direct control of the Virginia colony.
September 4, 1625 - Sir Thomas Smythe dies at Sutton-at-Hone in Kent, England. He is buried at the church of Saint John the Baptist.

end of time line 
Smythe, Sir Thomas Knight (I33259)
 
40104 Times Daily - Sep 18, 1991 Source (S751)
 
40105 Timothy Deyarmie | 4 Mar 2013 | Telecon | dyartim@yahoo.com Source (S48407)
 
40106 Timperley is a suburban village near Altrincham in the borough of Trafford, Greater Manchester, England.[1] Historically in Cheshire, it is approximately seven miles (11 km) southwest of Manchester. The population at the 2011 census was 11,061.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timperley 
Massey, Alice (I45025)
 
40107 Timperley is a suburban village near Altrincham in the borough of Trafford, Greater Manchester, England.[1] Historically in Cheshire, it is approximately seven miles (11 km) southwest of Manchester. The population at the 2011 census was 11,061.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timperley 
de Massey, Sir Hamon Lord of Bacford and Tymperley (I45903)
 
40108 Tina Leann Hennessee,wedding announcemen,"Southern Standard",April 30,1995,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S27631)
 
40109 Tintern Abbey (Welsh: Abaty Tyndyrn, About this sound pronunciation in Welsh (help·info)) was founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow, on 9 May 1131. It is situated adjacent to the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, on the Welsh bank of the River Wye, which forms the border between Monmouthshire in Wales and Gloucestershire in England. It was only the second Cistercian foundation in Britain, and the first in Wales. Falling into ruin after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century, the remains were celebrated in poetry and often painted by visitors from the 18th century onwards. In 1984 Cadw took over responsibility for the site.

Photos, history & source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tintern_Abbey 
de Clare, Lady Isabel 4th Countess of Pembroke (I45547)
 
40110 TN or VA Molder, Susannah (I20537)
 
40111 TNGenWeb Project
Warren County Tennessee Queries
January and February 2000
Welcome!

GORDON

I am looking for information pertaining to Robert GORDON (1773-1854) and his parents.

From a copy of Robert's will, I know he was in Warren County as early as 1809 and that he purchased land from James and William Klam on the Barren Forks of the Collins River. Robert died in Warren County.

Robert's father was possibly named William.

Robert had a wife Sarah R. and 8 children:

William Gordon (1810-1896) Married Sarah WALLING in 1835 in Warren

Patsy -- married James WALLING, then moved to Texas

Isaac Gordon -- (1815 - 1859) Moved to near Girardeau County Missouri (Gordonsville, Missouri named in his honor)

Sally -- married a SMITH and moved to St. Louis, Missouri

James Madison Gordon -- (1828-1892) Married Jane BYARS in Warren

David Gordon (18? - 1910) Moved to Scotland County, Missouri

Jane -- Married a GUSHAM

Benjamin Franklin Gordon (1838 - ?)

T. A. Gordon, tagordon@hotmail.com, Tue Feb 1 22:59:59 MST 2000 
Gordon, Robert (I28579)
 
40112 to Jamestown, Virginia Colony, on the ship, "James" Calvert, Mary (I32289)
 
40113 to Jamestown, Virginia Colony, on the ship, "Starr" Chapline, Captain Isaac Royal Navy, The Immigrant (I32288)
 
40114 To Marvin and K.

I too am very much interested in both the Colson Heaths who were in Putnam Co GA. My line descends from the elder Colson thru his son Daniel born April 1810, Montgomery CO VA. (I strongly believe they are one and the same, but no proof,-- yet.)
I have researched records in both the GA state archives in Atlanta and in the C/H in Putnam County. The Sr. Colson has been very elusive, as well as his wife, Elizabeth Morris.

Here is the trail I have followed for Colson,Sr.

First of all, I got started on my search thru Georgia from a book, Southern Relatives, author Sadie Hammonds, 2 vols. I believe pub. in the 1960's. There are sections on Heaths of Virginia, in the Carolinas and in Georgia. The GA archives has this book. In tracking several of these families, I believe there are close relationships with our Colson, but missing are some of the links.

The earliest record so far of Colson, Sr. is in Hancock Co, GA Feb. 1801 and again Nov 1802. He was a purchaser at estate sales. The second sale, Thomas Heath was also a purchaser. He seems to be moving with this Thomas.

He buys land in Putnam Co GA 1810, first 40 acres which he sales back to the original owner, then in Dec 1810 he buys a 200 acre parcel in Putnam Co where he resides with his family until 1824 - 1826. At that time the widow, Elizabeth is paying the taxes. My GG grandfather Daniel first recorded in Campbell CO TN (later becomes Union Co TN) 1826, as witness to Conrad Sharp's will (the father-in-law of his older sister, Nancy). The family returned to TN around 1823 - 1825 as Nancy's eldest child is born abt 1824. The Sharp family had been in TN much earlier.

I, too, feel that there are strong relationships amongst the three families of Putnam Co, i.e. Colson, Thomas and William.

William's wife, Margaret, is agent for Colson's orphans in the GA 1832 Land Lottery.

Colson, Jr. and Jane Castleberry were both members of the Bent Creek Primitive Bapt. Church which is about three miles from the 200 acres that Colson, Sr. bought.

Rhoda Heath, a widow, was a charter member of the same church 1807 when the church was constituted. I have checked the small cemetery at the church but did not find any Heath burials there. There were several graves in a grown over area covered in poison ivy that we didn't get to inspect.

This church is located about 10 miles east of Eatonton, GA, the county seat of Putnam.

I have a little more info I am willing to share if you would like to contact me directly.

Shirley

Knoxville, TN 
Heath, Coulson Sr. (I36031)
 
40115 To my Pap-pa,You were one of the sweetest men ever to walk this earth. God bless you.
- Cookie
Added: Jul. 31, 2013 
Webb, Asa Alfred (I15961)
 
40116 to The American Colonies on the ship, "Supply" Haile, George The Immigrant (I31043)
 
40117 to the Jamestown Colony on the ship, "Plaine Joan" Newman, Thomas (I33680)
 
40118 to the Virginia Colony Earle, Gamaliel (I34043)
 
40119 to view a slate of Henry's wife and issue ...

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=byars&GSfn=henry&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=3&GScnty=62&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=46086061&df=all& 
Byars, Henry Kelly (I13529)
 
40120 To view a slate of her children, click here: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SGPX-HX3 Byars, Nancy E. (I39142)
 
40121 To view James' antecedents, go to: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBDL-RSG and back-button Reaves, James Harden (I36710)
 
40122 To view Simon's antecedents, go to:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/u/g/Jerry-Huggins/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0097.html or

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Cummins-176 
Cummins, Simon (I32738)
 
40123 To view the old "Hennesse Cemetery", go to http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html Hennessee, Andy Franklin (I57)
 
40124 To view the old "Hennesse Cemetery", go to http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html Hennessee, James Thomas Jr. (I66)
 
40125 To view the old "Hennesse Cemetery", go to http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html Dodson, Maxa "Maxie" (I190)
 
40126 to view Thomas' antecedents, go to: http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I100980&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12 de Astley, Thomas (I31946)
 
40127 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kirby, Martha Susan "Susan" (I25901)
 
40128 Tol was raised by his Uncle Tolbert Sanford Seay & Mary V. Cochran Seay. He & wife Annie Gray had 9 children:
Clarence
Emma Lucy
Jack
Harvey
Vincent
Lloyd
Harold Rusty
Guyman R.
Raymond 
Seay, Tolbert (I42252)
 
40129 Told his grandson, Carl Clontz, that he followed (on foot) an oxcart from
Tennessee to Rockcastle County, Kentucky, when he was small boy...Carl Clontz. 
Clontz, John Henry "Johnny" (I10226)
 
40130 Toledo is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles I, and as the "City of the Three Cultures", having been influenced by a historical co-existence of Christians, Muslims and Jews.

In 1085, the city fell to Alfonso VI of Castile as the first major city in the Christian Reconquista. Toledo has a history in the production of bladed weapons, which are now popular souvenirs of the city. 
Sancha de Ayala, Lady Donna (I37527)
 
40131 Tom Barnes papers: "J. Kirby, November 10, 1815 October 23,1894, Buried Hickory Grove Cemetery" Kirby, John C. (I23938)
 
40132 Tom Bragg | Interview | 13 Sep 2013 | tbragg@scottsboro.org, revisited or retrieved, recorded & uploaded to the website, www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Friday, July 21st, 2017, by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com Source (S51400)
 
40133 Tom Corley, Jr., telecon interview, October 7, 1993. Source (S18352)
 
40134 Tom Hennesssee remembers that his father could "talk" the fire out of a burn...DAH Hennessee, Melvin Floyd "Shorty" (I1149)
 
40135 Tom Jennings, obituary, "The Southern Standard", date unknown,
abstracted by Margie Tucker.
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 165 
Source (S25001)
 
40136 Tom Jennings, obituary, "The Southern Standard", date unknown,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S4168)
 
40137 Tom Judkins, obituary, "Southern Standard", November 19, 1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 236 
Source (S22229)
 
40138 Tom Judkins, obituary, "Southern Standard", November 19, 1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker 
Source (S22222)
 
40139 Tom Judkins, obituary, "Southern Standard", November 19, 1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker,"Warren County,TN Cemetery Book II"p. 72 
Source (S22239)
 
40140 Tom Magness | Family Group Records & Personal Knowledge | 11 Nov 1994 | 3076 Old Rock Island Road, Rock Island, TN 38581 | 615/686-2726 Source (S25285)
 
40141 Tom was a local genealogist for Bledsoe, Sequatchie and other surronding counties. I met Tom in 1990 and he started me on my HARMON quest. At the time I did not realize what an important source he was. I was new at genealogy and failed to recognize how important his research was ... DAH Beavert, Thomas Alexander "Tom" (I6810)
 
40142 Tombstone Source (S11)
 
40143 Tombstone inscription reads, "His toils are over, his work is done, and he is fully Blest, He fought the fight to Victory, won and entered into Rest." Magness, Perry Green "Old Grandsir" (I765)
 
40144 Tombstone Inscription reads;

OKLAHOMA
CPL US ARMY World War II PH 
Hennessee, James Edward "Cotton" (I2824)
 
40145 Tombstone Inscription, "Rest Mother you have ceased from your labors and entered into your Rest She embraced religion early in Life and died triumphant." Cantrell, Mary "Polly" (I766)
 
40146 Tombstone names father as "W.T."... Hennessee, Mahaila J(ane) (I2943)
 
40147 tombstone on the property of Colonel John Sudderth Hennessa, Patrick (I915)
 
40148 Tombstone reads: In Memory of Mary Rae who departed this life 12 Feb 1814 age 71 years Bolling, Mary "Polly" (I24919)
 
40149 Tombstone Records, City Cemetery, Smithville, TN; "Sallie E. West, wife of
R. B. West, born in Amherst County, Virginia, Nov. 24, 1846, died Smithville,
Tennessee, Feb. 23, 1873."
Enumerated as 'Robert R. West' ind 1850 DeKalb census, p. 18 
West, Robert B. (I4271)
 
40150 Tombstone says: aged 14 years, 5 months, & 8 days.

Could be son of John G. & Martha Hennessee Ferree. Martha’s mother was Nancy Sudderth Hennessee. Joseph was born in 1853.

Nancy Sudderth was a sister of Col. John Sudderth who is buried in this cemetery. Likewise, Nancy's husband, Patrick Hennessee (Hennesa) is buried in the Sudderth Cemetery to the left of grandson, Joseph A. Ferree. Joseph A. Ferree's grandmother Nancy is buried in North Cove in McDowell County NC. She went there to live with a son after the death of her husband, Patrick Hennessee. 
Ferree, Joseph Alexander (I3538)
 
40151 Tombstone, erected many years later by my family, says Kanzada Bunton, however she signed her name Canzada Bunton. Her parents were John A. Wilsher and Elizabeth Canzada Carter.

Her maiden name was also spelled Welcher, and Wilcher.

After the death of her husband John Lonzo Bunton, she married David Thompson. 
Wilsher, Canzada (I40387)
 
40152 Tombstone, Mount View Cemetery, Warren Co.,TN Source (S50117)
 
40153 Tombstone, Mt. View Cemetery, Warren Co.,TN Source (S16813)
 
40154 Tommy Goodson b abt. 1900 died White Co. TN

Posted By:Darren Aspinall

Email:

Subject:Tommy Goodson b abt. 1900 died White Co. TN

Post Date:November 09, 2002 at 08:41:11

Message URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/goodson/messages/712.html

Forum:Goodson Family Genealogy Forum

Forum URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/goodson/


I am looking for info on a Tommy Goodson who was born about 1900, and died abt. 1926, he was married to an Edna Johnson ( could be Margaret Edna ) and had a son Clyde Goodson, i cant find any info on Tommy and all i know right now till i can get to TN is that he is buried in Springhill Cemetary nr. Sparta in White Co. TN...

does this name ring any bells with anyone as i am kinda stuck, Clyde is my wifes Grandfather and was born in 1926 shortly before his father died and died in 1998 and is also buried in Springhill Cemetary as is Edna..thanks Darren
 
Goodson, Thomas Cantrell "Tommie" (I8882)
 
40155 Tommy Webb notes that Nancy was the illegitimate child of Nancy Roberts and
Julius Webb.
Second marriage was to "Turner"...DAH 
Webb, Nancy (I4064)
 
40156 Tompkins cites a marriage to Miss Willoughby...DAH/p.12

end of note 
Neal, Pleasant L. (I15056)
 
40157 Tompkins,Katie Sarver;1211 Joseph Avenue,Nashville 7,TN, compiled 1954;
1860 DeKalb Census,p.153 
Source (S35702)
 
40158 Tompkins,Katie Sarver;1211 Joseph Avenue,Nashville 7,TN, compiled 1954;
1870 DeKalb Census,p.172 
Source (S35705)
 
40159 Tonbridge Castle is situated in the town of the same name, Kent, England.

The twin towered gatehouse was built by Richard de Clare, third Earl of Hertford or his son Gilbert. Construction of the gatehouse took 30 years, being completed in 1260.

Map, images, history & source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonbridge_Castle 
de Clare, Lady Margaret (I43461)
 
40160 Tonbridge Priory was a priory in Tonbridge , Kent , England that was established in 1124. It was destroyed by fire in 1337 and then rebuilt. The priory was disestablished in 1523.

The building stood in 1735, but was a ruin by 1780. The remains of the priory were demolished in 1842 when the South Eastern Railway built the railway through Tonbridge, the original Tonbridge station standing on its site. 
Stafford, Sir Ralph Knight, 1st Earl of Stafford (I43458)
 
40161 Tonbridge Priory was a priory in Tonbridge, Kent, England that was established in 1124. It was destroyed by fire in 1337 and then rebuilt. The priory was disestablished in 1523.

Tonbridge Priory was established in 1124 by Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare, who held Tonbridge Castle. He was buried in the priory following his death in 1136.

Map, image & source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonbridge_Priory 
de Clare, Lady Margaret (I43461)
 
40162 Tonbridge Priory was a priory in Tonbridge, Kent, England that was established in 1124. It was destroyed by fire in 1337 and then rebuilt. The priory was disestablished in 1523. The building stood in 1735, but was a ruin by 1780. The remains of the priory were demolished in 1842 when the South Eastern Railway built the railway through Tonbridge, the original Tonbridge station standing on its site.

Map, image & history ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonbridge_Priory 
de Audley, Sir Hugh 1st Baron Audley (I43460)
 
40163 Tony Brazell | 19 Sep 2012 | cabrazell@hotmail.com Source (S52543)
 
40164 Tony Martini has put together an excellent biography with lots of location shots in Middle Tennessee ... http://graveyardgossip.blogspot.com/2010/03/martini-family-jesse-dodson-frontier.html Dodson, Elder Jesse Buford Sr. (I310)
 
40165 Tony Martini | 6 Sep 2013 | http://graveyardgossip.blogspot.com/ Source (S51286)
 
40166 Tony Miller | 1 Jan 2014 | Registrant | tonymiller8@gmail.com Source (S52772)
 
40167 Tony Moore | Telephone Interview 931.668.8461 | 27 Jul 2013 Source (S50331)
 
40168 Took his own life...Nita Shephard. Hennessee, Valentine Broadway Jr. (I1732)
 
40169 Top of Form 1 Correct children for James B. Cantrell and Louise A. Simpkins
Posted by: Donna Oglesby (ID *****9649) Date: August 09, 2011 at 02:06:27
of 39097

Am trying to get the correct children for an ancestor of mine. James B. Cantrell and his wife Louise A. Simpkins.
James B. was born Feb 1860 in Nashville Tennessee, Davidson County, to parents David A. Cantrell and Amanda Jane Merriman.
James married Louise 12 Feb 1878 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. Their children, form what I have are:
1] Thomas Cantrell, B: 1879 Nashville Tennessee
2] Albert Cantrell, B: 1881 Nashville Tennessee
3] Lorene Cantrell, B: Jun 1882 Nashville Tennessee
4] William Hubert Cantrell, B: 4 Apr 1885 Nashville Tennessee, Died 23 Aug 1931 Nashville Tennessee
5] Nellie Cantrell, B: 1887 Nashville Tennessee
6] Nora Cantrell ,B: 1889 Nashville Tennessee and
7] David Lee Cantrell, B: 1891 Nashville Tennessee.
I have seen OTHER children attached to my Great Uncle and Great Aunt and want to know if I have to correct ones. I can't find a complete birth or death date on any of them, or Louise. Any help very much Appreciated and thank you for your time.
Donna
dloglesby57@yahoo.com 
Cantrell, James B. (I31186)
 
40170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brinkley, Victoria Jo Ann "Tory" (I38515)
 
40171 Tory soldier during Revolutionary War... Martin, Isaac (I6814)
 
40172 Tory soldier during Revolutionary War...Wes Dodson Martin, Isaac (I6814)
 
40173 TOSH of Warren Co.,TN. **UPDATE** #2
Posted by: Nathan Meredith LORANCE (ID *****8527) Date: December 31, 2008 at 08:34:27
In Reply to: TOSH of Warren Co.,TN. by Nathan M. LORANCE of 460

Tasker TOSH [Tassy Tosh on 1830; Tasco Tosh on 1840]
BORN: ___ FEB. 1798 in Drum Creek,____________________ Co.,VA.
DIED: 16 MAR. 1856 in VanBuren Co.,TN.
BURIED: _____________________________________________________.
MARRIED: ___ _____ 18____ [est. c1825/'26] in Warren (now VanBuren) Co.,TN.

Almira [aka Mira/Myra] ENGLAND [Almiry on 1850] - [some claim maiden name was DYER] ,dau. of John ENGLAND & widow of William RUSSELL (est. c1770 - est. c1825).
BORN: ___ _____ 179__ [c1796] in Burke Co.,N.C.
DIED: 25 MAR. 1857 in VanBuren Co.,TN.
BURIED: _____________________________________________________.

Known Census Sources are...
(1)- 1830 - Warren Co.,TN., page 371.
(2)- 1840 - Warren Co.,TN., page 336.
(3)- 1850 - VanBuren Co.,TN.(C.D. 8), page 393.

Evidence based on ages suggest that Tasker (1798-1856) was possibly an older brother of Jonathan (c1814-18___) instead of father and son like many claim.

Jonathan TOSH [Johnathan Tosh on 1840]
BORN: ___ _____ 181__ [c1814] in ___________________ Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 18___ [after 29 MAY 1855 ,but before 1870] in Warren Co.,TN.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED:(1) ___ _____ 183__ [est. c1836] in Warren (now Coffee) Co.,TN.
MARRIED:(2) 29 MAY 1855 in Warren Co.,TN.

(1) Sarah _________________
BORN: ___ _____ 181__ [c1814] in ___________________ Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 185__ [between 01 JUNE 1850 & 29 MAY 1855] in VanBuren or Warren Co.,TN.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.

(2) Rachel ________________ [maiden name is probably WOOTEN] - [she was probably married first to Baily TURNER and second to __________ PASSON(S)]
BORN: ___ _____ 181__ [c1814 ,but c1811 on 1880] in _____________________ Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 18___ [after 01 JUNE 1880] in Warren Co.,TN.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.

Known Census Sources are...
(1)- 1840 - Coffee Co.,TN., page 181.
(2)- 1850 - VanBuren Co.,TN.(C.D. 7), page 392.
(3)- 1860 - _______________________________________________.
(4)- 1870 - Warren Co.,TN.(C.D. 8), page 98.
(5)- 1880 - Warren Co.,TN.(C.D. 8), page 361C.

Known Children by both wives are...
[1] John C.___________ TOSH
BORN: ___ _____ 183__ [c1837] in Coffee Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 1____ in _________________________ Co.,____.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED: 02 JULY 1856 in Warren Co.,TN. to Permelia M. BROOKS.

[2] Martin Van Buren TOSH
BORN: ___ _____ 18___ [c1840] in Coffee Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 1____ in _________________________ Co.,____.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED: ___ _____ 18___ in _____________________ Co.,____. to ________________________________________________________.

[3] Elizabeth TOSH
BORN: ___ _____ 184__ [c1844] in Coffee or VanBuren Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 1____ in _________________________ Co.,____.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED: ___ _____ 18___ in _____________________ Co.,____. to ________________________________________________________.

[4] William A.________ TOSH
BORN: 03 OCT. 1847 in VanBuren Co.,TN.
DIED: 29 OCT. 1884 in ____________________________ Co.,____.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED: 21 JAN. 1869 in Warren Co.,TN. to Martha E. TARPLEY.

[5] Frances Josephine TOSH
BORN: ___ _____ 1849 [NOV./DEC.] in VanBuren Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 1____ in _________________________ Co.,____.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED: ___ _____ 18___ in _____________________ Co.,____. to ________________________________________________________.

[6] George M._________ TOSH
BORN: ___ _____ 1856 in Warren Co.,TN.
DIED: ___ _____ 1____ in _________________________ Co.,____.
BURIED: ___________________________________________________.
MARRIED: ___ _____ 18____ in ____________________ Co.,____. to ________________________________________________________.

[7] Thomas Houston TOSH [always spelled as Huston on Census' & Marriage record] - [even though Rachel stated on the 1880 Census that he was her son ,Tom Tosh claims that a dau.(Beatrice) of Thomas Houston Tosh said his father was a LYNN and mother was Anney TOSH]
BORN: 27 AUG. 1864 in Warren Co.,TN.
DIED: 06 APR. 1928 in Warren Co.,TN.
BURIED: Old Philadelphia Church Cemetery,Warren Co.,TN.
MARRIED: 24 DEC. 1884 in Warren Co.,TN. to Mary O'KELLY. 
Tosh, Jonathan (I36190)
 
40174 toy-tom Hester 1/2 brother wade young, waymon young... West, Barbra Jeanetta "Jeanetta" (I2216)
 
40175 Tracking Boyle/Stitzer families from central PA to England, Germany, Switzerland. Also have begun my father's tree (Burres/Hublard) from Indiana and Kentucky.

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Siltanen, Kathy (I48816)
 
40176 Tract 428, Pasadena, Pasadena Judicial Township, Los Angeles, California, United States Family F1003
 
40177 Tragedy for the family...

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

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

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

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

-- Frank Taylor
W. Melbourne, Fla.
 
Clendenon, Archibald (I36008)
 
40178 Tragic - Six children and five lived no longer that 24 years...FindaGrave.com Morrison, Samuel Thomas (I27132)
 
40179 tragic drowning during a flood at a campsite in Hidden Springs,CA Hinterberg, Gaylen (I9480)
 
40180 tragic drowning during a flood at a campsite in Hidden Springs,CA Hinterberg, Freddie (I9482)
 
40181 Transcript of Recollections of William Wren Hennessee

Recorded in the summer of 1966 at Asheville, NC;

"Today I returned to North Cove, in McDowell County, to the place of my birth, childhood and youth. I wandered to the old schoolhouse hill, which is long since burned down, and the forest is growing where the baseball field was fifty years ago. The wind whistled in the trees. The forest even looked primeval and it was hard to tell that there had been a building and life there at one time.


I thought of the old baseball team, where I was the second pitcher and the second baseman and the members of the tam. There was Ken Chapman and Don Lonon and Gardner Conley and Grady Lonon, and Thad Conley, and Reed Conley and Claude McKinney and others that played on that old team.


I thought of what had happened in those days, of the World War and the Western Front, that I spent my boyhood on, and where I went through five major offensives and many smaller battles, and saw many, many people killed.


I then wandered to the old North Catawba church, the church of my boyhood, where we had had many a fine picnic, and the graves of my ancestors buried there.


I thought of all my friends, of old man Allie McCall, a blind man that lived nearby, of Charlie McCall, a friend of my boyhood, and of old man George Conley, the head of the Sunday School. And the trains that went by the little flagstop station, and that we'd ride to Ashford and back and that we'd go to the county seat on weekends and to the moving picture shows, and the drugstore, and other places.



And I thought of the wonderful days in the fields, in the swimming holes, and the fishing and wandering in the woods like a boy would. Many hunting trips of my two dogs, Jack and Old Tops. How I taught them to run cattle, and drive cattle and the many trips we made to Morganton, twenty-two miles away, with droves of cattle, and buying cattle in Avery County as a little boy. And going to Morganton and selling the cattle, and I would always buy two cans of salmon, one for my two dogs and one for me.


And then I would come back on the train and stop off at Marion at my uncle Wade's. And so...


Anyway the memories of Uncle Sid Conley and his tales of a hundred years ago. When he was a little boy, he watched a panther come up one end of a log, and black bear on the other. And they met there and they fought. And the bear slapped the Pannther off into the stream, and the panther jumped back up. And the bear slapped him off again, and the bear made a fatal error, the third time. He grapped and tried to hug the panther, and the panther cut him to pieces with his claws, and with his teeth, and then Uncle Sidney Conley killed the panther. And so that was tale that went way back almost to the colonial period or at least to the pioneer days of North Carolina.


And then I remember a story that he told about fat cattle. My father was telling about what fat cattle he had. Uncle Sindey said, "Hot Si, Bob, you don't know anything about fat cattle. In the year of 1840, the railroad came up to Morganton, and a drover from Tennessee had a hundred fat steers, Hot Si, and in driving them across the Linville Mountain to Morganton during a storm, the lightning hit a fat steer, and the grease ran for a quarter of a mile!"


The earliest Hennessee in America, as far as we know, landed in Maryland about 1690. He had guessed wrong at the Battle of the Boyne in the English Civil War. He had supported the ambitions of James II. He had fought at the Saarsfield brigade at the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland. And for his part in that, after James II lost his throne, the principal officers were exiled, including him. He was exiled and lived in Maryland. As far as we know he was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. He brought his wife to Maryland and had one son. And this son married in Virginia into a family by the name of Courtney who were members of the Episcopal Church. This son at,...this son had a son, who was killed at the Battle of Fort Necessity, in Washington's Company, in 1754 or 1755, I'm not sure which. He in turn left a boy seven years old. And this boy fought through the Revolution and then cam down near Morganton and settled in Burke County.


And his name was Patrick Hennessee and shows that he, the record of 1790 Census, the first one ever taken in the county, showed him to have owned three slaves, and he had one son over 16 years of age. This son was also named Patrick Hennessee, who was my great grandfather, and he married Nancy Sudderth, and they lived on the Catawba River, and had ten sons, including my grandfather, and two daughters.


His father gave him a large tract of land, in what is now Avery County, but which was at that time Burke County, near the village of Pineola in Avery County, and they lived there until two their children were born. And it was so lonely, they were ten miles from any other home, and her father died and left her a large tract of land on the Catawba River, near Morganton, and they moved to that and raised ten sons and two daughters.


And so, my grandfather's oldest brother was named Alexander; he died in California Gold Rush in 1852 and is buried in Yuba County, California.


There were four of the brother, Emmanuel (corrected later in the tape to show that this was Manassa) who was a lieutenant in the Confederate Army, and who was killed in action, and three other brothers who were killed in action, making four altogether who were killed in the War. Emmanuel,... Manassa is the one that was a lieutenant, Emmanuel Augustus Hennessee, the father of Doctor Hennessee and the grandfather of Paul Hennesssee, was shot through the brain at the first battle of Manassas, rather the second battle of Manassas, and lay wounded on the battlefield for around four hours, and part of his brian ran out on his forehead, and a man from Burke County picked him up and carried him in. And the doctors didn't think he had any chance of living and they just washed off his face and laid him on a bench to die, however, he got well, although he lost his sense of speech, but lived until 1903.


My grandfather, William R. Hennessee, who was a Captain in Stuart's (this may be an error; we believe that William Richard Hennessee served in Wade Hampton's South Carolina Cavalry; some evidence of this is offered by the fact that he named one of his sons Wade Hampton Hennessee; query whether Wade Hampton's Regiment was part of Stuart's Cavalry) Cavalry in the Civil War, was wounded and placed in the Quartermaster Corps in the year of 1864, and became a railway contractor in the years after the war, and built part of the Southern Railroad from Marion to Old Fort. Also, he built several portions of railways at many places in South Carolina, and three of my uncles were born down there. And he also built part of the E.T. & W.N.C. railroad at Cranberry, North Carolina, and the old brick commissary is still standing and my Uncle Will was clerk there.


He married my grandmother Olive Elizabeth Brown and had five sons and one daughter, including my father Robert Horace Hennessee."



Provided by Keith Corwyn Hennessee

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Hennessee, William Wren (I1785)
 
40182 tributes.com Source (S2650)
 
40183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Barnes, Edna Gladys "Gladys" (I13116)
 
40184 Tristram Bolling, the eldest son of Robert Bolling, the attainted possessor of Bolling Hall, married Beatrix, daughter of Sir Walter Calverley, of Calverley. He was a man of great courage, and was most loyal to the Lancastrina party, so much so that he appears to have idolized Henry VI.

In his behalf he fought alongside his father at Towton, but, being young, escaped further consequences than the disastrous defeat of his party. He died at Chellow, near Manningham, leaving an heiress, Rosamund, who had become the wife of Sir Richard Tempest, of Bracewell.

We give a copy of his will on account of its quaintness of spelling and the information it contains:--

Will of Tristram Bolling, of Chellow

April 7, 1502. Proved August 2.

'I, Tristram Bolling, of Chellow, to be buryd in the high quere of my parish church of Bradforth, and I bequeath in honour of my mortuary my best horse wt. sadyll & brydll, jake, salet, bowe and harnes, sword and bockler, as I went to the warr. I bequeath unto the aulter of Synt Kateryn afore the image of King Henry the vj. one vestment with albe preist iijs. iiijd. To one priest for saying for my saule xxs. and li. wax to be brend upon my sepulture, and iiijd. for the wast of every torch brynnyng about my body the day of my buryall. To every man beyryng me to the church iiijd. I will yet all my manners, lands &c., being my inheritance after the decease of Robert Bolling my fader or any other tytll of right here-after remayne after my decease unto Richard Tempest and Rosamunde my doghter and wyff unto the said Richard and to ther heyrs forever mor. I will that my wyff Elyne during her lyve have a yearly rent for her thirds out of my said manners, &c. To my son Edward Bolling all my lands purchased in the toun of Bradford except a messe, and one tenement lying beside the parich chirch, which I will remayn unto Thos. Tempest, son of Richard Tempest aforesaid. to the said Thos. Tempest one messe soom tyme in the holdynge of Allison Dyn-Gurd. To John Tempest, son unto ye said Richard Tempest, one tenement called Rowley and one tenement in Thornton beside Bradford newly bylded. I wyll that Edwd. Robertshaw take half a coile pytt at Clayton dewring one yere, and my wyff the other half, and then the said coile pytt to remayne to the foresaid Rich. Tempest and hys wyff. I order as executors Nicholas Tempest, Edward Bollynge, and Cudberd Lenthrope, my son Richard Tempest being superviseare.
Giffen at Chellow. Pro. 3 June, 1502'

The estates of Tristram Bolling comprised the manors of Bolling and Thornton, and lands in Little Bolling, Bradford, Clayton, Allerton, Wilsden, Hainworth, Horton, and Denholme. He thus left the bulk of is property to his daughter Rosemund, wife of Sir Richard Tempest, although he had a son, Edward, by his second wife, who suceeded him in the Chellow estates, which comprised the manor of Chellow, and a substantial residence.

end of biography 
Bolling, Tristram (I32837)
 
40185 Troy Shawn Carter,birth announcement,"The Southern Standard",May 3,1976,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S25213)
 
40186 Trudi Swiatek Edwards | 1 Aug 2012 Interview| edwards.trudi@gmail.com Source (S45390)
 
40187 Trying to find documentation on the maiden name of Jane/Jenney Wilcher (born between 1761-1764 in probably Virginia and died Dec 1831 in Jefferson County, Georgia) who was married to Jeremiah Wilcher. Some researchers have her maiden name as Cummings; however, I believe differently because some family tree postings of who her mother was: had her dying 15 or more years before Jane/Jenney documented birth year (1830 Federal Census).

Does anyone have documentation on who Jane/Jenney might be. 
LNU, Jane "Jenny" May (I36648)
 
40188 Tucker cites her as a BYARS...? Webb, Didama (I5007)
 
40189 Tucker,Margie Stewart;"MULLICAN Notes",Gen.IV Source (S13396)
 
40190 Tucker,Margie Stewart;"MULLICAN Notes",Gen.V Source (S3201)
 
40191 Tucker,Margie Stewart;"MULLICAN Notes",Gen.VI Source (S33574)
 
40192 Tucker,Margie Stewart;CD Marriage Records of Washington Co.,AR Source (S33515)
 
40193 Tucker,Margie Stewart;CD Marriage Records of White Co.,TN Source (S38071)
 
40194 Tucker,Margie Stewart;Faye Robbins' monograph on the BYARS. Source (S34907)
 
40195 Tucker,Marjorie Stewart;617 Paden Drive,Birmingham,AL 35226. Historian &
genealogist for many Warren, DeKalb and White County families(b)1850 WC census
p. 42 
Source (S14148)
 
40196 Tucker,Marjorie Stewart;617 Paden Drive,Birmingham,AL 35226. Historian &
genealogist for many Warren, DeKalb and White County families.
Authored the "Evans Family". Her MULLICAN Notes. 
Source (S39061)
 
40197 Tucker,Marjorie Stewart;617 Paden Drive,Birmingham,AL 35226. Historian &
genealogist for many Warren, DeKalb and White County families.
Authored the "Evans Family". United States Census, 1850 for Elizabeth Byars 
Source (S10065)
 
40198 Tucker,Marjorie Stewart;617 Paden Drive,Birmingham,AL 35226. Historian &
genealogist for many Warren, DeKalb and White County families.
Authored the "Evans Family"; "MULLICAN Notes" 
Source (S21725)
 
40199 Tucker,Marjorie Stewart;617 Paden Drive,Birmingham,AL 35226. Historian &
genealogist for many Warren, DeKalb and White County families.
Authored the "Evans Family"; "MULLICAN Notes";McWhirter,Jesse;FGR 
Source (S23835)
 
40200 Tucker,Marjorie Stewart;617 Paden Drive,Birmingham,AL 35226. Historian &
genealogist for many Warren, DeKalb and White County families.
Authored the "Evans Family";Cantrell,Warren G.;CANTRELL Registry 
Source (S5188)
 

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