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40501 There is conflict regarding the parents of Winfield & Thursey. There is a source that sites their mother as, "Permilea Lovicy Levisa TYLER"... http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/a/c/Melinda-Macias/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0122.html Copeland, Agnes (I1242)
 
40502 There is family lore is that she was a full-blooded Cherokee..Richard Russell

Sandra Moore identifies her as "Denta"...DAH 
LNU, Denta (I25460)
 
40503 There is little known about Nancy. Her last name is known as "Pettit" but no one has been able to link her to this name.

She was born about 1779 and married James N. Hembree the son of Joel Hembree & Hannah Pettit about 1799 . James Hembree is first shown on a 1800 census in Spartanburg, South Carolina with a wife and one child.

They migrated to central Tennessee by 1807 then to Missouri c. 1838, finally to Arkansas by 1842.

Nancy died sometime before 1850, her husband James is found on a 1850 Washington County Arkansas census without her and his last will & testament filed in Washington Arkansas does not mention her..James son Dr. Isaac Newton Hembree was named administer.

It is not clear if the place of Nancy's death was in Dade County, Missouri or Washington County, Arkansas. There is no source that James body was moved to Yamhill Oregon for a Masionic burial. No gravesite has been found for James or Nancy Hembree.

There children spread to Oregon, Washington, Texas, Missouri & Tennessee by 1860.

The children of James N. & Nancy are as;

1. Mourning Hembree b. 20 Sept 1800 Spartenburg S.C. m. Daniel Clark d. 14 April 1876 Warren Co. Tennessee

2. Rosannah Hembree b. 15 Nov 1802 Spartenburg S.C. m. Larkin Baker d. before 1850 Denton Texas

3. Joel Jordan Hembree b. 7 Dec 1804 Spartenburg S.C. m. Sarah Payne d. 1868 Yamhill Co. Oregon

4. Dorinda Hembree b. 9 Feb 1807 Tennessee m. Sam Chesser d. aft. 1850 Missouri

5. James Jasper Hembree b. 10 April 1809 White Co. Tennessee m. Malinda Cole d. 1842/43 Dade Co Missouri

6. Matilda Hembree b. 11 March 1811 White Co. Tennessee m. Rev. Jacob Lindley d. 1841 Missouri

7. Absalom J. Hembree b. 14 Dec 1813 White Co. Tennessee m. Nancy Dodson d. 1856 Yakima Co. Oregon

8. Sarah Elizabeth Hembree b. 10 May 1816 White Co Tennessee m. John Barton Pennington d. 1851 Yakima Co. Washington

9. Cynthia London Hembree b. 19 Sept 1818 White Co Tennessee m. William Roark d. 1880 Denton Texas

10. Hugh Lawson Hembree b. 19 Sept 1820 Warren Co Tennessee m. Annette Bender d. 1898 Dade County Missouri

11. Dr. Isaac Newton Hembree b. 29 April 1823 Warren Co. Tennessee m. 1) Elizabeth West 2) Martha West d. 1866 Slidell, Wise, Texas 
(Pettit), Nancy (I45319)
 
40504 There is much documentation regarding the Clontz' immigration to the "New World". Carl Clontz, of Mt.Vernon, KY, has written an excellent monograph regarding this this family;

"The history of the Clontz family in the United States likely begins with the arrival of Hieronymus Glantz on the ship, Adventure, which arrived in Philadelphia, in September, 1732. It had come from Rotterdam via the port of Cowes in Britain. The captain, in his passenger list, showed the following family, whose names and ages were given as:

Jerimy Glance 29
Marrea Medl. Glance 30
Anna Margreate Glance 9
Hance Micalle Glance 4

The adult male immigrants were required to sign two instruments attesting their allegiance - one to the Crown of England and one to the proprietor of the province. These lists were signed on September 23, 1732, and both (taken before different clerks) contain the signature: Hieronymus Glance.

Although he could sign his name (and was clearly literate in German), he apparently never learned English for he later made his mark on documents [which were] in English.

From Philadelphia the family appears to have migrated to south-central Virginia in what is now Mecklenburg County. The area was originally included in Brunswick County but became Lunenburg County in 1746, and in 1765, became Mecklenburg County, whose county seat is Boydton. Jeremiah, as he was then known, was shown on a tithe list,in 1748, as Jermiah Glaush. In 1749 and 1750, he was listed as Jeremiah Clanch; in 1751, as Jermiah Clansh and in 1752, as Jeremiah Claunch.

On October 2, 1750, he purchased a 200 acre tract of land from Drury Smith. In 1752, a tithe list included Jeremiah Claunch and also John Claunch, as a separate householder. Hance (or probably Hans) had anglicized his name adopting the English version - John. The tithe listings are consisent with ages shown by the ship captain.

In 1748, John Michael would been 19 or 20, depending on his birth date, and probably would not have been obligated for tithes. In 1752, he would have around 24 and would have been obligated. No other trace of him has been found in southern Virginia.

Jeremiah was issued a patent for an additional 200 acres in August, 1756. No other land acquisitions by him have been located; however, in June, 1758, he and his wife (Margaret) conveyed 555 acres to a Thomas Moore. Whether they stayed in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, or migrated further south cannot be determinded from the records that have been found, but a Jeremiah Claunch can be found there in the record until 1800, on tax lists or in signing various marriage bonds and marriage consents for his children. It is likely that a son, Jeremiah, and perhaps other children left progeny there. There is a gap between the 1758 deed and the 1782 census and tax record showing Jeremiah Claunch with six white family members. In 1793, William married. Matthew Claunch married in 1799, with Jeremiah as surety on his bond. Dennis Claunch married in 1803, and Jinny and Sally in 1804.

John Michael and a brother named Jacob migrated to southern North Carolina. In December,1768,John Michael Claunch patented 200 acres in Mecklenburgh (sic)
County, North Carolina, and in May, 1772, Jacob Clance patented 226 acres there.

Two brothers, Jeremiah Clontz and George Clontz were in born in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina,in the years 1756 and 1759, respectively. The place of birth is now in Cabarrus County. Both of these men enlisted and served in the Revolutionary War and received pensions. George's nine-month enlistment was up, August 5, 1779, and he was sick and his father came and took him back to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. They are listed as heads of household in North Carolina in the 1790 census. George was in Cabarrus County and Jeremiah was in Mecklenburg.

John Michael Clontz and Wife, Margaret, sold their patented land to a Christian Goodman, in 1784, and no further trace can be found of them in North Carolina but a Michael Clontz is shown in South Carolina a little south and east of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, in the 1790 census. No further trace of John Michael can be found [ed.note: John would have been 62 years of age during that census]. Jacob Clance cannot be traced and there is no record of his conveying away the patented land [ed.note: in 1788, Lincoln County, NC, "Jacob Glance" was noted on a "Confiscation List" and believed to have been a royalist].

Since Jeremiah and George Clontz (this is the spelling in the Revolutionary War Records) were both born in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and since John Michael Clontz was still there in 1784, it is likely that they are his sons [John Michael] and that he was the same John Miachel Glantz who arrived in Philadephia, in 1732, as a 4-year old boy.

Jeremiah Clontz remained in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina and reared six children. Their names were Henry, Jeremiah, Jacob, Sarah, John Adam and
Catherine. There are numerous descendants still in Charlotte and Mecklenburg Counties, North Carolina.

In 1796, George Clonts purchased 100 acres of land in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, from his father-in-law, Jacob Cline (George married Chloe Cline, in August, 1783). The deed was dated 1796.

In 1801, Christian Claunce was granted 90 acres in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

George sold his land to a John Clons on September 14, 1801, and Christian (Clance) sold his, July 27, 1802 and they and their immediate families both migrated west to Burke County. George moved in 1802 and both appear in Burke County in the 1810 census. In addition, Jacob Clontz who was 20-26 and John Clontz, who was over 45 were listed in Burke County in 1810. Christian was under 45 years of age and his oldest child was less than 16 years of age.

It is likley that George, who was 51, Christian and John were brothers. Jacob was probably the son of George or John. In 1810, John only had daughters at home. Jacob was listed with two sons under 10 in 1810, but did not have any sons at home in 1820.

By 1820, the only heads of household listed in Burke County were George Clonce, George, Jr., Christian, William and Jacob. Both Christian and George had sons named Michael - one born in 1797 and one born in 1803. The latter was George's son and he married Ann Stokes in Burke County, North Carolina, on April 12, 1828.

Glantz, The Immigrant Hieronymus "Jeremiah" (I9054)
 
40505 There is no agreement regarding John's marriage...

According to the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol.30, p.203, John Rock Smith's wife was a daughter of Lt. John Strickland. Some have taken that to mean Martha Strickland. The Treadwell Genealogy says his wife was Hannah Murry (c1621-c1661). Long Island Genealogies says she was possibly named Mary, who died between 1660 and 1665, after which John married Sara. Another source claims Elizabeth Gildersleeve (b.1624), daughter of Richard Gildersleeve and Jo Anna Appleton. another claims Elizabeth Wood, daughter of Jeremiah Wood (b.1618) and the same Elizabeth Gildersleeve. In short, there is no agreement as to the identity of John Rock Smith's wife. But she does NOT appear to have been Gildersleeve nor Wood. Lists of children vary, too. 
Smith, John "Rock" Sr. (I16679)
 
40506 There is no documentation to prove Thomas Harper's kinship to John Harper, however, his son, William Thomas Harper, is enumerated in the household of James Hennessee during the Warren County, Tennessee of 1850 Census (cited below).

I posit it is highly possible that James Hennessee is William's uncle by marriage. James Hennessee first married, Sarah "Sallie" Wilcher, sister to Elizabeth "Betsy" Wilcher who married John Harper. Click here to view their relationship:

http://thehennesseefamily.com/relationship.php?altprimarypersonID=&savedpersonID=&secondpersonID=I12&maxrels=1&disallowspouses=0&generations=30&tree=hennessee&primarypersonID=I13242

Ergo, William is the son of Thomas Harper, who would be the son of Elizabeth "Betsy" Wilcher, who married John Harper, and is the daughter of Thomas Wilcher...DAH

Name: William Harper
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1850
Event Place: Warren county, Warren, Tennessee, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 25
Race: White
Race (Original): undefined
Birth Year (Estimated): 1825
Birthplace: Alabama
Household ID: 438
House Number: 438
Line Number: 11
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M432
Affiliate Film Number: 898
GS Film Number: 444854
Digital Folder Number: 004206055
Image Number: 00072


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
James Hennessee undefined M 84 North Carolina
Jane Hennessee undefined F 52 Tennessee
Samuel Hennessee undefined M 19 Tennessee
Easther Hennessee undefined F 17 Tennessee
Anderson T Hennessee undefined M 14 Tennessee
Eliza J Hennessee undefined F 11 Tennessee
William Harper undefined M 25 Alabama 
Harper, Thomas (I9317)
 
40507 There is no information available on the whereabouts of Moses until his name is found on a list of tax delinquents in Augusta Co., VA for the year 1753-4; “Charles and Moses Dodson – out of the county (Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol.2, p. 415). After this record, Moses fades into oblivion. It is not known if he married and had children. Apparently he was already dead in 1779 when his father, John, wrote his will in Shenandoah Co., VA as he is not mentioned in the will. Dodson, Moses (I5696)
 
40508 There is no mention of Susan, as daughter of Jeremiah & Mary...DAH Pate, Susan (I44284)
 
40509 There is no proof other than favorable dates & location for this marriage or issue ... DAH Estes, William (I48545)
 
40510 There is no proof that Francis is the son of James, however, age, location & issue-names suggest this link...DAH Simmons, Francis (I24825)
 
40511 There is no proof that he is the son of Ephraim...DAH Winstead, Thomas (I21199)
 
40512 There is NO proof that he is the son of Joseph, however, dates & locations are favorable and can suggest such a relationship ...

Name: John Bragg
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1850
Event Place: Cannon county, Cannon, Tennessee, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 55
Race: White
Race (Original):
Birth Year (Estimated): 1795
Birthplace: Virginia
Household ID: 585
House Number: 585
Line Number: 13
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M432
Affiliate Film Number: 872
GS Film Number: 24563
Digital Folder Number: 004191098
Image Number: 00313


Household Role Sex Age Birthplace
John Bragg M 55 Virginia
Elisabeth Bragg F 55 Virginia
Mary A Bragg F 21 Tennessee
Magaret Faulkenby F 26 Tennessee
Sarah Bragg F 16 Tennessee
Susan Bragg F 14 Tennessee
Isabellah B Faulkenby F 7 Tennessee
Mary Faulkenby F 5 Tennessee
Janes Faulkenby M 4 Tennessee



Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCD4-7CC : 12 April 2016), John Bragg, Cannon county, Cannon, Tennessee, United States; citing family 585, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).

end of census record 
Bragg), (John (I49517)
 
40513 There is no proof that Joseph is a son to Richard. I've attached him because of favorable time frames & event-locations...DAH

England, Joseph (I3799)
 
40514 There is no visible marker for Dean Hayes. Hayes, Dean (I18018)
 
40515 There is strong evidence that the Hutson and Hudson families are related ,with just a spelling difference in the name.

NOTE, that some of the names are interchangeably in early White Co.,Records ,but the version Hutson was the most often used. There is strong evidence that George Hutson, Able Hutson and Nancy Hutson are brothers and sister.

George and Nancy married brother and sister Samuel Weaver and Lucretia Weaver. 
Hutson, George William (I38317)
 
40516 There is tradition in the family that John J. was an artist and that he left the family in Tennessee and went to California to paint. He evidently returned to Tennessee as it is also tradition that he died in 1858 and we know from his wife's stone that he is buried at the Concord Baptist Church Cemetery. Cantrell, John Jabin "Jabin" (I8031)
 
40517 There must be clues for "John Harrison" on this website... http://www.metcalfwaslin.org/lists/pcynmhar.htm Harrison, John (I28588)
 
40518 There were Wilchers in Warren County, but I'm not related to them. Annie Wilcher married Jonas Brown. She was the daughter of Robert Harvey and Allie (Reynolds) Wilcher (1870 - 1953). His parents were Archie Pope and Elizabeth (Pepper) Wilcher. Those are the only Wilchers that I have any knowledge of being in this area. Wilcher, Annie (I27709)
 
40519 There's no proof that James J. & Elmira Hennessee are Lyle's parents,but there was a Lyle living with them on the 1900 Federal census and the 1905 KS census. On the 1895 KS census, Almira and Jas. were living in Lowell, Cherokee Co., KS; James was a miner. On the 1900 census, James was living in Arkansas City, Cowley Co., KS and he was a caul heaver. HIs fatherwas born in TN and his mother was born in IL. On the 1905 census, J.J. was a laborer living with his family in Arkansas Ciy, Cowley Co., KS. Hennessee, Lyle Wayne (I3237)
 
40520 Theresa Murphy Gillentine | Telephone Interview, July 6, 2014 | theresagillentine@att.net | 817.232.8158 Source (S1451)
 
40521 Theron;Family Group Records;Internet:tr@pcenhancers.com Source (S34602)
 
40522 These amy be his parents as they are buried in the same place and ages are favorable...DAH

Edmon Baety Henderson

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=108669430

Birth: Jan. 1, 1844, USA
Death: May 8, 1923
Tennessee, USA

married to Manilia Henderson

Family links:
Spouse:
Manilia Henderson (1850 - 1890)

Burial:
Indian Mound Cemetery
DeKalb County
Tennessee, USA

Created by: gail margeson
Record added: Apr 17, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 108669430

End 
Henderson, Cheathem (I48313)
 
40523 These children may be incorrect...DAH. Cantrell, Preston Franklin "Franklin" (I5482)
 
40524 THESE CONNECTIONS NEED TO BE CHECKED INTO AS EITHER HE IS NOT THE SON OF RICHARD & MARGERY OR HE IS NOT THE FATHER OF THOMAS LEIGH WHO MAR. ALICE COVERALL BARKER. de Lee, Richard (Recardus) (I31875)
 
40525 they eloped...Donna Hennessee Bryan Family F951
 
40526 They had two children, Edwin C. Hammer and Lindsey (Elsie) Waldrop of Rock Hill, S.C. They had 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren at the time my mother published a book on the Evans family. Mamie was my great aunt.

I don't know where any of my grandmother Drucilla "Drusie" (Renolds) Stewart's family are. I'm not a geneaologist although my mother was. I just want to find any living relatives I have because I'm the only one left. Any leads appreciated towards finding Mamie's descendents. 
Hammer, Otis Leroy (I39440)
 
40527 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hennessee, Suz-Annah (I2788)
 
40528 They lived in Hopkinsville,KY. Potter, Vera P. (I4215)
 
40529 They lived near Bildad...Tucker.
Could not find a marriage record for in Warren or DeKalb County Records...DAH.
DeKalb County,TN Marriage Book, p. 2; "Adock, Isaac to Laura Potter,
8-12-1858",...DAH 
Potter, Laura A. (I4189)
 
40530 They moved to Alabama. Nfr.
A "Sarah McGee" marries Adam Bryant, 8 Apr 1856, Warren Co.,TN. 
McGee, Sarah (I2540)
 
40531 They moved to Texas...Crouch Stubblefield, Martha (I5759)
 
40532 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cantrell, Paulette Constance (I7611)
 
40533 They went to Chicago...Margie Tucker. Locke, Leona (I16379)
 
40534 They were married in 1682. George was a justice of Lancaster Court 1684, and he served in House of Burgesses 1695, 1697. Ellen's parents were Captain John Rogers of Northumberland Co (1620-1680) and his first wife, Ellen, according to research done by Carlton Lee Hudson (in The Virginia Genealogist, 1967)

Ellen Heale's will, dated 15 Oct 1710, bequeathed her son William 500 acres unless he died without issue; then it would go to Joseph, or to Ellen, Elizabeth, and Sarah. Ellen she gave 100 acres at Cherry Point. To William she gave three slaves, the furniture in her chamber and her stock of cattle and hogs, as well as her brandy still. Sons John and Joseph were given the money they owed her. Slaves and personalty were given to her daughters Ellen, Elizabeth and Sarrah. Hannah was given 5 pounds sterling; George a silver hilted sword and belt which were his father's, and Nicholas 20 shillings sterling. Her books were to be divided equally among her daughters and William.

Children:

# Hannah, m. William Ball III (--1744)>>six children
# George (--1737), m. Catherine Chinn [Chipnash?]>>Elizabeth [Davenport,] Sarah, Ann, Catherine
# John (--1737 tombstone at "Peach Hill"
# Joseph, 1681-1741, m. 1 Elizabeth, m. 2. Hannah Bushrod
# Nicholas (1691-1730), settled in Baltimore, m. Frances Broad/Garrett
# Ellen, m. Capt. John Opie [no children]
# Elizabeth, m. Richard Kenner>>Rodham (m. Susannah Opie), Hannah
# Sarah, m. Newman Brockenborough 1715 [no children]
# William, born posthumously 1697(see next) 
Haile, Captain George Heake (I26909)
 
40535 thier marriage turned sour after Henry's affair with Rosamund Clifford... Family F13745
 
40536 Think it likely that Ida goes to this family in Bledsoe Co.,TN... https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MDQL-6VS Smith, Ida Druscilla (I34046)
 
40537 Think she may have been married a fourth time to F. M. Evans. Ref White County
Marriage Book, p. 10, 5/14/1865...DAH 
Cantrell, Amanda America (I5040)
 
40538 Third child of Wm.M.and Marion Moore was born in Sparta, White Co. TN 14 Feb. 1866 and was brought to Texas at an early age by his parents and grew up in Coryell County Texas, very near the McLennan county line on some of the best farm land in the country. The little town was called Waldo and nothing is left to mark it's place. The house that existed up into the 90's has been captured in early and late photos that show the passage of time by the trees.

All of Wm.M.'s boys became doctors or dentists, with Charles M. becoming a Doctor and was in Tyler, Smith Co. TX. There he met a lovely, educated, first generation norwegian girl, Bertha Georgia Amelia Albertson and they were married 15 Nov. 1894.11 Bringing his bride to Coryell County, they are listed on the 1900 census page 174A #260 with first born Elif Albertson Moore. Later children were Fred William and Bruce Vivian Moore. Bruce died at the age of nine. Doctor Moore's first practice was on horseback, and he was named on call by the Santa Fe Railroad, which ran Through Clifton and as Clifton had no hospital, he took his patients to Temple by train. Dr. Moore was always interested in farm land and cattle operations, up on retirement he moved to his farm in Coryell County near Hurst Springs. 
Moore, Charles Meek (I35094)
 
40539 Third Generation

3. Richard COBBES Esquire (John-2, Henry-1) was born before 1326 in Cobbs Court, Romney, Kent. More specifically, he was born during the first quarter of the 14th century. He was living in 1337. Richard also carried the title of Esquire (by the right of his father), and was still living at Cobbs Court in 1338; the 11th year of the reign of King Edward III.

The name of his wife is lost, but it is known he had at least one son, Edward. Richard COBBES Esquire had the following children:

+4 i. Edward (Edmund) COBBES Esquire (born in 1387). 
Cobbes, Richard Esquire (I44045)
 
40540 THIRD GENERATION

Benjamin Woodson, b. ca 1666, Curls, Henrico Co., VA, m. 1700, d. bef 1723, Henrico Co., VA m. Sarah Porter, dau. of William Porter Jr. The will of Benjamin has supposedly been recorded Henrico, August Court, 1723, but according to Genealogies of Virginia Families, Virginia William & Mary Quarterly, Vol. 5, p. 545, they were unable to find it. 
Woodson, Benjamin Lewis (I43328)
 
40541 Third husband...Marie Bradley, Ronald (I26925)
 
40542 third wife of John William Nevels Family F13477
 
40543 This a slate of his issue... http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22509582 Helton, Michael "Mike" (I15241)
 
40544 This Anderson Byars is a provisional son of John Byars. This family is presented as connected for the purpose of recording data that will prove or disprove their relationship. gst

Anderson Byars appears in the tax records of Granville Co. NC off-and-on from 1797-1807.

1813--June 10-11; Aug. Court 1813: Acc't sale of the estate of Susanna Turner, dec'd., by Stephen Turner, admr., lists purchasers among whom were: Anderson Byars, Jesse Dortch, James Bullock, Stephen Dodson, Nathaniel Laffron, and others. (WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA RECORDS, Vol. III, Abstracts of Will Books 1779-1814, Mary Hinton Kerr, 1969; pg. 225)

1813--Mecklenburg Co., VA: Anderson Byars married Sally Dortch.

Anderson Byars household, 1820 U.S. Census, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, Division of Robert L. Hicks,
p 142, line 26; National Archives micropublication M19, roll 197.
Anderson Byars
Males: 1(45 over)
Females: 3(u10), 1(26-45)

On same census page: John S. Jeffries, John E. Jeffries, Samuel Bugg, J. Andrews, Egliston Overby, John Culbreth, Jun., Ewell S. Gregory, John Wilkerson, Isaiah Holmes, Dabney Tanner (Foster?), Robert Moore, John Barnwell, Booker Tester (Foster), Abraham Crowder, Peter Davis, Jessie Ross, Obadiah Tanehill (Hat?kill, Pleasant M. Ragsdale, William Hodges?, Edmond Cooper, Azilon Toon, Robert Richardson, Charles P. Turner, Johann Conley, James McCarter, Jnr. (or James M. Carter, Jnr.),

ANDERSON BYARS, Howell Millett, Richard C. Babb (Bugg?), Stephen Dodson, Thomas Abernathy, Thomas Brame (AC), Howell Roberts, Bartlett Cox, Benjamin Lanier or Turner?.

Anderson Byars household, 1830 U.S. census, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, p 47, line 24; National Archives micropublication M19, roll 197.
Anderson Byars
Males: 1(u5), 1(40-50)
Females: 3(5-10), 3(10-15), 1(15-20), 1(30-40)

1830--25 November, Mecklenburg Co., VA: Anderson Byars sold 4 3/4 acres at Forks of the Roads Landing to Christopher Haskins. It states Anderson Byars is a resident of Mecklenburg Co. VA. The land had been purchased by Byars from Charles L. Jeffries. Witnessed by: Allen S. Young, Asher(?) Cox, Lewis Payne.

1837--26 Sept., Maury Co. TN: marriage records show that a Sarah Byers m. William Covey. Undoubtedly this is the Sarah Covey mentioned as age 62 in the 1850 census of Maury County. This would mean she was born 1788 and would have been 49 at the time of her marriage to William Covey. If this is, indeed, Sarah Dortch Byars Covy, then Anderson Byars has died by 1837.
Fred L. Hawkins and Dorothy Westmoreland Gilliam, HARDISON AND ALLIED FAMILIES (ESPECIALLY THOSE OF MAURY AND MARSHALL COUNTIES OF TENNESSEE) (Columbia, Tenn., 1992), pg 352, gives Anderson Byars the first name of William.

Also, William Bruce Turner, HISTORY OF MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE, 1955, states on p 101, under a heading of "Ashwood and Other Villages," "Rock Springs is the name given to a place where the Sowell Mill Pike crosses Duck River. A combination log school and church was built about 1830 and rebilt in 1854. A good concrete building was erected about 1949. Baptist and other churches are in the community. Among the old settlers were Rev. W. T. Ussury, Newt Ferguson, E. T. journey, Jonas Lamar, George Cannon, A. A. Rummage, William Byers and Alex Barker." [Very likely this is our subject Anderson Byars.

GST 
Byars, Anderson (I39344)
 
40545 This appears to be Levi & his family. Would make it a lot easier if the census takers were so lazy and not cited initials only...DAH

Name: J L Sparks
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1870
Event Place: Tennessee, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 56
Race: White
Race (Original): W
Birth Year (Estimated): 1813-1814
Birthplace: Virginia
Page Number: 20
Household ID: 144
Line Number: 35
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M593
GS Film number: 000553067
Digital Folder Number: 004275538
Image Number: 00684


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
J L Sparks M 56 Virginia
M C Sparks F 53 Tennessee
S H Sparks F 27 Tennessee
C R Sparks F 24 Tennessee
W A Sparks M 21 Tennessee
T M Sparks M 18 Tennessee
Joseph A Sparks M 12 Tennessee



Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1870," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MD8Z-L6Y : accessed 31 May 2016), J L Sparks, Tennessee, United States; citing p. 20, family 144, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 553,067. 
Sparks, Levi (I1494)
 
40546 This cemetery is not cited in FindaGrave.com Jenkins, Clyde Warren (I21312)
 
40547 This cemetery is not enumerated on FindaGrave.com... Lee, Lafayette Winfield (I37733)
 
40548 This cemetery was originally called Burns Cemetery after the Burns family who donated the land. It was later referred to as Water Creek Cemetery due to its proximity to the creek. It is now known as Freck Cemetery because of its location in the Freck community. Wilcher, John A. (I40302)
 
40549 This cemetery was originally called Burns Cemetery after the Burns family who donated the land. It was later referred to as Water Creek Cemetery due to its proximity to the creek. It is now known as Freck Cemetery because of its location in the Freck community. Carter, Elizabeth Canzada (I40357)
 
40550 This census record is probably her parents...

Name: Lora M Templeton
itles and Terms:
vent Type: Census
vent Year: 1920
vent Place: Civil District 7, Marion, Tennessee, United States
istrict: 77
ender: Female
ge: 4
arital Status: Single
ace: White
ace (Original): White
an Read:
an Write:
elationship to Head of Household: Daughter
elationship to Head of Household (Original): Daughter
wn or Rent:
irth Year (Estimated): 1916
irthplace: Tennessee
mmigration Year:
ather's Birthplace: Tennessee
other's Birthplace: Tennessee
heet Number and Letter: 9A
ousehold ID: 259
ine Number: 16
ffiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
ffiliate Publication Number: T625
S Film number: 1821754
igital Folder Number: 004392008
mage Number: 00456
Household Gender Age Birthplace
ead Will Templeton M 31 Tennessee
ife Sarah E Templeton F 32 Tennessee
aughter Lora M Templeton F 4 Tennessee
Citing this Record:
United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNRM-539 : accessed 31 Jan 2014), Lora M Templeton in household of Will Templeton, Civil District 7, Marion, Tennessee, United States; citing sheet , family 259, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821754. 
Templeton, Lora Mae (I6015)
 
40551 This census record may be the "Robert Bolton" in question as the dates & location are favorable...DAH

Name: Robert Bolton
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1900
Event Place: Civil District 11, Hamilton, Tennessee, United States
District: 50
Gender: Male
Age: 35
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Race (Original): W
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Head
Number of Living Children:
Years Married: 15
Birth Date: Jun 1865
Birthplace: Tennessee
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1885
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace: North Carolina
Mother of how many children:
Sheet Number and Letter: 7A
Household ID: 129
Line Number: 47
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: T623
GS Film Number: 1241574
Digital Folder Number: 004118961
Image Number: 00472


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Robert Bolton Head M 35 Tennessee
Margaret E Bolton Wife F 37 Tennessee
Myrtle D Bolton Daughter F 15 Tennessee
Herbert E Bolton Son M 13 Tennessee
Grace S Bolton Daughter F 11 Tennessee
Favorite W Bolton Daughter F 5 Tennessee



Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MS8L-7PM : accessed 15 Oct 2014), Robert Bolton, Civil District 11, Hamilton, Tennessee, United States; citing sheet 7A, family 129, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1241574. 
Bolton, Robert (I32001)
 
40552 This could be Amanda's spouse & issue...DAH

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSSM-2RD
ame: Nancy Jane Parker
vent: Death
vent Date: 13 Nov 1939
vent Place: Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee
ender: Female
arital Status: Married
ace or Color: White
ge: 50
stimated Birth Year:
irth Date: 16 Jul 1889
irthplace: Marion, Tenn.
pouse: William H. Parker
ather: William Thomas Condra
ather's Birthplace: Marion, Tenn.
other: Amanda Epperson
other's Birthplace: Hamilton, Tenn.
ccupation: Housekeeping
treet Address:
esidence: Jasper, Marion, Tenn.
emetery: Worley Chapel
urial Place: Jasper
urial Date: 15 Nov 1939
nformant:
dditional Relatives:
igital Folder Number: 4183676
mage Number: 1415
ilm Number: 1876880
olume/Page/Certificate Number: cn 23782
ollection: Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955 
Apperson, Amanda Elizabeth (I32526)
 
40553 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Thomas, Claude (I30647)
 
40554 This could be Jesse. Birth year is off by three years:

Name: Jesse Slaughter
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1910
Event Place: Civil District 6, Warren, Tennessee, United States
District: 178
Gender: Male
Age: 52
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Head
Birth Year (Estimated): 1858
Birthplace: Tennessee
Immigration Year:
Father's Birthplace: Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace: Tennessee
Sheet Number and Letter: 6A
Household ID: 101
Line Number:
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M1283
GS Film number: 1375537
Digital Folder Number: 004450068
Image Number: 00235


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Jesse Slaughter Head M 52 Tennessee
Josephine Slaughter Wife F 60 Tennessee
White Slaughter Son M 19 Tennessee
Floyd Slaughter Son M 15 Tennessee
Cora Slaughter Daughter F 14 Tennessee



Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1910," Database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MGNF-BRS : accessed 19 June 2015), Jesse Slaughter, Civil District 6, Warren, Tennessee, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 178, sheet 6A, family 101, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,375,537. 
Slaughter, Jesse (I42822)
 
40555 This could be Mary:

Name: Mary J Hooper
vent Type: Census
vent Date: 1850
vent Place: De Kalb county, part of, De Kalb, Tennessee, United States
ender: Female
ge: 14
arital Status:
ace (Original):
ace:
irthplace: Tennessee
irth Year (Estimated): 1836
ouse Number: 1072
amily Number: 1072
ine Number: 20
ffiliate Publication Number: M432
ffiliate Film Number: 876
S Film number: 444832
igital Folder Number: 004205422
mage Number: 00283
Household Gender Age Birthplace
ennessee R Hooper M 37 South Carolina
lizabeth A Hooper F 35 Tennessee
ary J Hooper F 14 Tennessee
artha A Hooper F 12 Tennessee
ames F Hooper F 10 Tennessee
rchabald Hooper M 8 Tennessee
arah A Hooper F 4 Tennessee
amuel A Hooper M 2 Tennessee
Citing this Record:
United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MCDZ-RL7 : accessed 04 Dec 2013), Mary J Hooper in household of Tennessee R Hooper, De Kalb county, part of, De Kalb, Tennessee, United States; citing dwelling 1072, family 1072, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 876. 
Hooper, Mary (I25051)
 
40556 This document located and submitted by Philip Howard Hennessee (1955- Source (S52598)
 
40557 This Elijah Chisum was the son of John Chisum and Elender Gullotine/Eleanor Gillington. He was descended from the Richard Chisholm who was born in 1613 in London, England, and was the first Chisholm to arrive in the colonies.

Elijah married Lucy Claiborne in about 1772. They had at least five children: James, John, William, Elizabeth, and Malinda Chisum. According to the Biographical Directory of the Tennessee General Assembly, Vol. 1, 1796-1861, by Robert McBride and Dan Robison (Tennessee State Library and Archives, 1975), Elijah was a pioneer farmer who owned much land and many slaves. He was a captain in the Revolutionary War and received a North Carolina Certificate which he exchanged for land.

He appears to have come first to Tennessee to Hawkins County, where he was commissioned a Justice of the Peace on 03 Nov 1790 by territorial Governor William Blount. On 10 Jun 1791, he was commissioned by Governor Blount as Captain in the Hawkins County Militia Regiment. He was a delegate from Hawkins County to the North Carolina Constitutional Convention of 1789 called to ratify the United States Constitution. Chisholm's Ford in Hawkins County was named for him.

He was active in the establishment of Grainger County in 1796, and he represented that county in the Tennessee House 3rd General Assembly from 1799 to 1801. From 1805 to 1807 he represented Sumner County in the Tennessee House 6th General Assembly but also represented Jackson, Smith, and Wilson Counties which did not have direct representation at that time. At the time of his death he lived near Sparta, White County, Tennessee.

end of bio 
Chisum, Captain Elijah James Sr. (I6460)
 
40558 This excerpt may lead to Thomas' lineage...DAH

Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume 4 by Marjorie Hood Fischer;

DAVIS, James

Was a child of Prissa Keeners and was ordered on 7 June 1841 to be brought to next court. (Van TN, Co Ct Min, 1/43) Thomas Adier made the statement that Priscilla Keener was delivered of a male Bastard child on 19 August 1828 named James Davis. He believes said child to be his offspring and wishes to make him his heir and in the future called James Adier and be made legitimate by order of this Court. His petition was granted 2 August 1841. 
Adier, Thomas M. (I28921)
 
40559 This family enumerated in 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 14, Family 97,
p. 257. Could not be located in 1920 Census...Warren Cantrell. 
Cantrell, Robert L. (I8479)
 
40560 This family enumerated in 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 20, Family 138,
p. 335. In 1920, they were located in Atlanta,GA...Warren Cantrell. 
Cantrell, Ransom Avant "Avant" (I4497)
 
40561 This family enumerated in 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 21, Family 102,
p. 353.
Note: see family charts in, "The Warren County Story",p. 215...DAH 
Webb, William A. "Bill" (I12905)
 
40562 This family enumerated in 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 9-South,
Family 117, p. 187. 
Cantrell, John Lee Sr. (I7391)
 
40563 This family enumerated in 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 9-South, Family 165, p. 193. Robert is listed as a widower. Cantrell, Robert Lee "Bob" (I5238)
 
40564 This family enumerated in the 1900 Census of DeKalb Co., District 21,
Keltonburg...MST. 
Parrish, Mattie E. (I6191)
 
40565 This family enumerated in the 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 21, Family 93, p. 352. Cantrell, William Thomas "Red-Eye" (I12897)
 
40566 This family enumerated in the 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 22,
Family 78, p. 365. 
Cantrell, John H. (I7574)
 
40567 This family enumerated in the 1910 DeKalb County Census, District 6,
family 154, p. 112. 
Cantrell, William Hall (I7862)
 
40568 This family enumerated in the Census of 1900, DeKalb Co., District 14,
Falling Water Township...MST. 
Russell, John Glenn (I6195)
 
40569 This family is not enumerated in the 1830 Warren Co.,TN census. Christian, Burrell (I115)
 
40570 This Family listed in 1910 DeKalb County Census, p. 159. Cantrell, Robert E. (I5268)
 
40571 This family lived in Woodruff,SC. Hennessee, Mary Louisa "Louise" (I2883)
 
40572 This family migrated to NM through OK...John McGowan Helton, Edward Clay "Ned" (I3729)
 
40573 This family moved to Arkansas...Barnes Family. Cantrell, Hiram (I8029)
 
40574 This family moved to Chattanooga during the 1920's. Hennessee, Ira Lee (I2733)
 
40575 This family moved to Dalton,GA per Marie Ponder...DAH Thomison, Wiley (I27294)
 
40576 This family moved to Texas. McGee, James L. Sr. (I2545)
 
40577 This family moved to Texas. Webb, James Floyd "Floyd" (I10213)
 
40578 This fascinating article about the brooch was found by Martha Ann and contributed Sunday, May 21st, 2017 ...

"Baron Hastings gift to his wife, Lady Katherine" ...

All of Ma's grandchildren are related to both of these nobles...

Sir William's biography ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I43540&tree=hennessee

Sir William' s kinships ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/relationship.php?altprimarypersonID=&savedpersonID=I3&secondpersonID=&maxrels=30&disallowspouses=0&generations=30&tree=hennessee&primarypersonID=I43540

Lady Katherine's biography ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I43539&tree=hennessee

Lady Katherine's kinships ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/relationship.php?altprimarypersonID=&savedpersonID=I3&secondpersonID=&maxrels=30&disallowspouses=1&generations=30&tree=hennessee&primarypersonID=I43539 
Neville, Lady Katherine 2nd Baroness Hastings (I43539)
 
40579 This fascinating article about the lost brooch was sent in by Martha Ann Millsaps, Sunday, May 21st, 2017 ...

"Baron Hastings gift to his wife, Lady Katherine" ...

All of Ma's grandchildren are related to both of these peers...

Sir William's biography ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I43540&tree=hennessee

Sir William' s kinships ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/relationship.php?altprimarypersonID=&savedpersonID=I3&secondpersonID=&maxrels=30&disallowspouses=0&generations=30&tree=hennessee&primarypersonID=I43540

Lady Katherine's biography ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I43539&tree=hennessee

Lady Katherine's kinships ... http://thehennesseefamily.com/relationship.php?altprimarypersonID=&savedpersonID=I3&secondpersonID=&maxrels=30&disallowspouses=1&generations=30&tree=hennessee&primarypersonID=I43539

end of article 
Hastings, Sir William Knight, 1st Baron Hastings (I43540)
 
40580 This first one I believe belongs to this Patrick based on some of the documents within it which have initials of some of his heirs:

The dates you have and the dates on the record appears to be off though but as best as I can tell, that seems to be him. I couldn't swear to it though.

end of message 
Hennessee, Patrick (I14)
 
40581 This first one I believe belongs to this Patrick based on some of the documents within it which have initials of some of his heirs:

The dates you have and the dates on the record appears to be off though but as best as I can tell, that seems to be him. I couldn't swear to it though.

end of message 
Hennessa, Patrick (I915)
 
40582 This George Byars is a provisional son of John Byars. This family is presented as connected for the purpose of recording data that will prove or disprove their relationship. GST

George Byars is the earliest proven ancestor of a long line of descendants who lived in Granville Co., NC, from 1761, or earlier, until about 1835.

They are possibly related to the James Henry Byars-Peggy Gentry family of Louisa County, VA, but no firm link has been established. Some of the Granville Co. Byars may have come from Louisa County 
Byars, George (I39341)
 
40583 This grave is among the early Magness graves in the Patton Cemetery. Since the name and the inscribed dates on the old gravestone are very legible, it's likely the inscription was added many decades after his burial. Other similar graves in this cemetery no longer have legible markings to identify the grave. The name is inscribed as Solomon R. Wood, however it's likely the middle initial is an error.

Solomon "Bud" Wood was the son of Judge William "Dancing Bill" & Hannah Austin Wood, and that he was born in Tennessee on November 11, 1819. Magness family information indicates that he married Martha "Patsy" Magness in 1839, she was the daughter of Pioneer James Magness, the first white man in Yellville.

Solomon "Bud" Wood settled on Crooked Creek, some 15 miles west of Yellville, which was then Marion but now Boone County. In 1847, Solomon and Patsy began raising their infant nephew, John D. Hurst (son of William and Narcissa Magness Hurst). John Hurst's mother died when he was 8 days old and she asked her sister Patsy to raise him.

In the 1800s families were large and children were often named after a parent or favored sibling. Thus, this Solomon "Bud" Wood, buried in Marion County Arkansas and son of William Dancin Bill Wood, had a nephew named Solomon R. Wood (born 1837, died 1857). The younger Solomon was the son of George Washington Wood and Nancy Jane Coker Wood. Find A Grave memorial # 60427 is for the younger Solomon R Wood's burial in Utah. At the age of 20, the younger Solomon was massacred along with his brother William Edward Wood when traveling by wagon train to California. The massacre was instigated by Mormons in 1857 and is called the Mountain Meadows Massacre. In Utah there is a monument documenting the slaughter of at least 87 people on the wagon train; they are primarily young families with many children from NW Arkansas. 
Wood, Solomon "Bud" (I25458)
 
40584 This group I will refer to as Mathew/Thomas because all of the members have research that shows, or the DNA results prove, they are descendants of either Thomas and Peggy Lindsey Durham of colonial VA, or descended from Mathew Durham of Orange county NC. Mathew is believed to be the son, grandson, brother or nephew of Thomas and Peggy Lindsey DURHAM of VA.
The haplogroup they belong to is R1b1. (A "haplogroup" is a branch of the human family tree that formed tens of thousands of years ago)

In the Thomas/Mathew group are nine men including myself, Marshall Durham, Kit 20211.

Their Kit numbers and the ancestors they can prove are:

Kit 20211, Marshall Durham Jr., descended from Mathew DURHAM of Orange co. NC
Kit 20474 (Noel A Durham) descended from Mathew DURHAM of Orange co. NC
Kit 21536 (Rodney Durham) Proven descendent of Mathew Durham, Orange County, NC. Rodney is the brother of the early Durham reseacher Ken Durham.
Kit 36319 is descendent of Mathew Durham by way of John Durham born. 1757.
Kit 20611 descended from John and Jane DURHAM of Rowan Co. NC. John is speculated to be descended from and perhaps he is the son of Thomas and Peggy Lindsey Durham of VA.
Kit 21014, Robert Alton Durham, descended from Thomas Durham of VA and his 2nd son William Durham. His ancestors are related to Mathew Durham of Orange County, NC.
Kit 26995 is a descendent of Joab Durham. Joab is believed to be descended from Thomas and Peggy Lindsey Durham.
Kit 21960 is a descendent of James Lindsey Durham of Surry County NC. James is descended from George G. Durham, born 1696, of VA.George married to Winifred Lindsey daughter of William and Jane Lindsey. Match is off by 1 but surname and research indicate relationship.
Kit 58805 was a 12 for 12 match to this Durham group and is also descended from James Lindsey Durham. This subject then ordered a 37 marker test and his results are only 3 markers off from my 37 markers. Thus James Lindsay Durham was an early spilt from the first Thomas Durham.

Durham, James Lindsey Jr. (I16734)
 
40585 This Guliemus Byars is a provisional son of John Byars. This individual is presented as connected for the purpose of recording data that will prove or disprove the relationship. [GST]

Since Guilliame is a form of the given name William, it is doubtful that a family would use both names in naming their sons.

1800 Tax Lists, Abrams Plains District, Granville Co., NC: Guilliame Byars, 1 white poll; no acreage. William Byars also in this district.

1801 Tax Lists, same..: 1 white poll, no acreage. William Byars in this district.

1802 Tax Lists, same..: 1 white poll, no acreage. William Byars in this district.

1803 Tax Lists, Island River District: Byars, Gulliame, 1 white poll, no acreage. William Byars in Dutch District.

Not found on Granville Co. records after 1803.

1800 Granville Co., NC census, p 548:
Gulemus Byers
males: 1(u 10), 1(10-16), 1(16-26) 1(26-45)
females: 3(u 10), 1(10-16), 2(16-26)
slaves of all ages: 1

It appears that he is a widower, or that he had never married. There may be a young couple living with them. This could be James Byars and Sarah "Salley" Campbell and their children. 
Byars, Guliemus (I39343)
 
40586 This informative bio was posted by the initial Memorialist:

"Rev. William WALTON was born on 13 Sep 1605 in Seaton, Devonshire, England. He died on 6 Nov 1668 in Marblehead, Essex Co., Massachusetts. He was a Minister. He married Elizabeth Cooke, daughter of William and Martha (White) Cooke of Stratton, England. William Walton died of apoplexy 9 November 1668 at Marblehead. It is believed his resting place is "Ould Burial Hill. The last official record of Elizabeth was in 1670. She died in 1682 and the final settlement of the property was made 29 March 1685."

Additional biographical information about William Walton, here follows:

William Walton [. . .] was born in Devonshire, England. He attended Emmanuel College, Cambridge (degrees in 1621 and 1625) and may have become a separatist minister soon after he left the university. A nineteenth century source (James Savage) states that William Walton was "no doubt ordained" and served at Seaton in Devon. But our source does not specifically state that Walton served as clergy there. [. . .]

William and Elizabeth Walton had nine children.

The Waltons sailed to Massachusetts with other Puritans in what many historians term the "Great Migration" (approximately 1620 - 1634). This movement of several thousand included some propertied families as well as at least a handful of generally well educated male heads of households. William and Elizabeth Walton were among these promising early settlers.[. . .]

If William Walton was ordained in England, he seems to have pursued other activities in Hingham, Lynn, Manchester and Marblehead, MA, where he was living when he died in 1668. James Savage, our nineteenth century source (everyone's source) who says he checked the documents, stated that Walton received a ministerial allowance in Marblehead.

Savage speculates that Walton may have been employed as a teacher during winter months. Savage found William Walton the proprietor of an establishment in Manchester called Jeffery's Cove. These surmises indicate that William and Elizabeth arrived in America without great wealth. (What kinds of activities did the Puritans permit to take place in the Cove?)

Papers filed in probate court in Marblehead, which undertook to settle his intestate property, refer to William as "Mr" Walton and make no references that might infer clerical activities. (But "Mr" was a generally applicable term.) His widow, Elizabeth, was permitted to administer her husband's affairs and was instructed by the court to keep the estate together during her life and to pay William's debts.

After her death, Elizabeth Walton's son, Samuel, together with his brothers and sisters, returned to court in 1683 to affirm that the family had reached agreement among themselves as to the disposition of their parents' possessions. Son Samuel Walton was given a cow and leased another from his siblings, to be paid for from his part of the residue of the estate.[. . .]

_________

This brief biography has been taken from Volume I of a book of family history entitled ALL OF THE ABOVE I, by Richard Baldwin Cook. For additional information, visit the contributor profile, #47181028.

_________

DID WILLIAM WALTON COMMEND MEN TO GOD

by

Richard Baldwin Cook
(copyright 2010)

Did William Walton commend men to God?
We check old records which uncertain be.
Faintest paths in England show he trod
Routes of unmastered Pilgrims, to be free.

With two degrees from Cambridge in his cap,
Will Walton in a Seaton pastorate.
No sign there of ejection or mishap,
Our William yet migrated from that state.

Arrived in Boston, 1635

With pinched pocketbook. William always strove
For funds, that Lizbeth and their nine might thrive.
Will forsook church duties, ran Jeffreys Cove.

Pilgrims censured conduct, cite Holy Writ.
What business at the Cove did they permit?

Walton, Reverend William The Immigrant (I37130)
 
40587 This is a good one- I am going to have to find someone who is also on this segment. This cousin descends from my Israel Harmon through a daughter Columbia who was sister to Sarah Sallie Frances Harmon (my great grandmother)

Comparing Kit A135666 (*Harmon cousin) and F256559 (David Alden Hennessee)

Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 700 SNPs
Mismatch-bunching Limit = 350 SNPs
Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 5.0 cM

Chr Start Location End Location Centimorgans (cM) SNPs
7 4,118,615 19,313,031 25.7 4,747
Largest segment = 25.7 cM
Total of segments > 5 cM = 25.7 cM

here is the Lisa Vincent on GEdmatch.com- she does not have DNA with any other Harmon cousin
Comparing Kit F256559 (David Alden Hennessee) and F290280 (Lisa Thompson Vincent)

Minimum threshold size to be included in total = 700 SNPs
Mismatch-bunching Limit = 350 SNPs
Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 5.0 cM 
Thompson, Lisa (I44276)
 
40588 This is a UNDOCUMENTED burial, as no headstone has been found. There are two fieldstone markers right next to and in the same row with her eldest son William and his wife Mary and her mother Dorcus Ezell. These two stones may be the markers for Jemima and her husband John.

From SPARTANBURG COUNTY Equity Court, Box 21, pkg.3, we learn she is the daughter of William Turner and granddaughter of John and Rebecca Turner. She was married about 1799 to John Parris.

In Aug. 1819 she ran into a little trouble with the law. She was accused of Assualt and Battery upon constable, Nimrod Horten, when he tried to rescue some property he had executed. In the spring term of 1820, she was found guilty on four counts.

Buck Creek Church records list her as dead in 1855.

Click on letter at right. From the center of page, "Grandfather Robt. Parris", down it talks about John & Jemima and their children.

Jemima was the mother of 15 children;

1. Rebecca b-abt 1800
2. William M. b-29 Aug.1802
3. Daughter (Jemima?) b- abt 1803
4. Mary "Polly" b-1805
5. John S. b-10 Mar.1807
6. David b-25 Sept.1809
7. James b-abt 1811
8. Enoch b-1813
9. Nathaniel b-1815
10 Daughter (Therese?) b-abt 1817
11 Phoebe "Fereby" b-Dec 1823
12 Robert Lee b-1825
13 Daughter (Susan?) b-abt 1827
14 Noah b-1830
15 Sylvester b-1831 
Turner, Jemima (I39025)
 
40589 This is an undocumented burial as no tombstone has been found. His grave was most likely marked with a fieldstone.

He was the son of Isaac & Mary (Linder) Cantrell. In his youth he moved, with his parents, to Spartanburg County, South Carolina.

He married Martha Cantwell about 1817 bringing his bride into the home of his mother. They lived their on the banks of Buck Creek for over twenty years.

After his mother died he moved his family to a part of Union County Georgia that become Towns County in 1856. His family was recorded there on the 1850 census.

He was the father of 12 or more children.
 
Cantrell, Lanceford (I5342)
 
40590 This is an UNDOCUMENTED burial, as no tombstone has been found. There are two fieldstones next to and in the same row with his eldest son, William and his wife Mary and her mother Dorcus Ezell. These stones may be the markers for John and his wife Jemima.

He was the son of Samuel and Rachel (Dickerson) Parris. His full given name may have been John Wiley. He grew up in Rockingham County, North Carolina, next door to the Iron Works.

He was married about 1799 to Jemima Turner, daughter of William Turner. They first appear in Spartanburg County on the 1800 census, with one daughter under five.

The first deed for him, in Spartanburg County, was dated 17 Jan.1801. He later sold this land on Long Island Creek to Robert Scruggs and bought 227 acres on Suck Creek of Broad River. This land was very near the Iron Works and litterly where the Cowpens Battleground monuments and the Scruggs cabin are today.(picture at right)

During the War of 1812 he served in the Regular South Carolina Militia. He was stationed at a camp near Georgetown, SC. He was discharges March 16,1815 and was paid $38.95 for his service of four months and twenty seven days.

By 1820 this family was living across the state line in Polk County, NC and by 1830 they were in Buncombe County, NC. John got a land grant there and he bought land (from the James Black estate) that joined it on the side of "the little mountian". He sold part of this land to his son, David, in 1840.

Just when John & Jemima returned to Spartanburg County, South Carolina is unclear. The 1850 census finds them there in the home of their son, John S. Parris. John was dead by Oct. of 1852.

Click on map at right for Cowpens Battlefield, Buck Creek Church, Parris Post Office, Cantrell's Mill and Ezell Post office. 
Parris, John (I39024)
 
40591 This is how I have this line but I can NOT guarantee it.
I am trying to trace ancesters of Anderson Tate (1803-1856)Died in Dickerson County, Tennessee. Married 1st to Mary Smith then to Mary Luther.

Bill Clifford


Descendants of John Tate

1 [7] John Tate b: Abt. 1687 in St Peters Paris, New Kent, Virginia d: Abt. 1769 in Louisa, Virginia
.. +Mary Waddy b: May 04, 1711 in St Peters Parish, New Kent, Virginia d: November 27, 1773 in Louisa, Virginia
..... 2 James Tate b: Abt. 1720 d: Abt. 1765 in Louisa, Virginia
............ 3 William Tate b: Abt. 1745 in Virginia
................ +Elizabeth
.................... 4 William David Tate b: Abt. 1772 in Kings Mountain, Cleavland, NC d: October 12, 1867 in Vilnanow, Ga.
........................ +Emily Melea Davis b: July 31, 1778 in Davis Creek, SC
........................... 5 Andrew Riley Tate
..... 2 Mary Tate b: Abt. 1726 in St Martins, Hanover, Virginia
......... +Charles Jr. Snelson
..... 2 Zacharias Tate b: Abt. 1727 in St Martins, Hanover, Virginia d: May 21, 1784 in Orange County, No. Carolina
......... +Sarah Terrell b: Abt. 1729 in Louisa, Virginia d: Abt. 1780
............ 3 John Tate b: Abt. 1753 d: Abt. 1822
................ +Rebecca Doane
............ 3 [1] Mary "Polly" Tate b: Abt. 1762 in Orange County, No. Carolina d: September 01, 1821 in Orange County, No. Carolina Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Orange County, North Carolina
................ +William Sr. Strayhorn b: Abt. 1756 in Orange County, No. Carolina d: May 17, 1834 in Orange County, No. Carolina Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Orange County, North Carolina
.................... 4 Nancy Strayhorn b: Abt. 1787 in Orange County, No. Carolina d: October 12, 1812 in Orange County, No. Carolina Burial: New Hope Presby Orange County, No. Carolina
........................ +Elisha Smith m: February 09, 1809 in Orange County, No. Carolina
........................... 5 Mary Smith b: Abt. 1805 in Guilford County, No. Carolina d: Abt. 1845 in Dickson County, Tennessee
............................... +Anderson Tate b: Abt. 1803 in Orange County, No. Carolina d: October 1856 in Dickson County, Tennessee m: December 06, 1825 in Orange County, No. Carolina
........................... 5 William Smith b: Abt. 1810
............................... +Everline Shields
.................... 4 Samuel Strayhorn b: Abt. 1785 d: March 14, 1847 Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Orange County, North Carolina
........................ +Mary Moore
........................... 5 William F. Strayhorn b: Abt. 1816 in Orange County, No. Carolina
............................... +Harriett b: Abt. 1822
........................... 5 Thomas Strayhorn b: Abt. 1831 in No. Carolina
........................... 5 Emeline Moore Strayhorn
........................... 5 Nancy M. Strayhorn
.................... 4 Gilbert Strayhorn
............ *2nd Husband of [1] Mary "Polly" Tate:
................ +Henry Anderson
............ 3 Anderson Tate b: Abt. 1768 d: Abt. 1836
................ +Miss Utley
............ 3 Sarah Tate b: Abt. 1770
............ 3 Robert Tate b: Abt. 1773 in Orange County, No. Carolina d: September 11, 1804 in Davidson County, Tennessee
................ +Martha
.................... 4 Robert S. Tate b: January 21, 1792 in Orange County, No. Carolina d: August 03, 1851 in Robertson County, Tennessee Burial: Tate Cemetery at Cumberland Presbyterian Church
........................ +Letitia Ann Thompson b: January 16, 1788 in Virginia d: April 02, 1852 in Robertson County, Tennessee Burial: Tate Cemetery
........................... 5 Letitia Ann
............................... +J.Tyford Ponds
........................... 5 William A. Tate b: March 13, 1814 in Wilson County, Tennessee d: January 11, 1900 in Robertson County, Tennessee
............................... +Anne Elizabeth Guill b: January 23, 1816 in Virginia d: May 25, 1898 in Robertson County, Tennessee m: July 16, 1836 in Wilson County, Tennessee
........................... 5 Elizabeth Tate b: Abt. 1816
........................... 5 Nancy Tate b: Abt. 1818
............................... +William H. Bell
........................... 5 Robert Tate b: Abt. 1820
............................... +M.L. Covington
........................... 5 Mary M. Tate b: Abt. 1828
............................... +Henry L. Covington
........................... 5 John D. Tate b: Abt. 1830
........................... 5 Sara B. Tate b: Abt. 1833
.................... 4 Joseph Tate b: Abt. 1793
........................ +Rachel Brewer
.................... 4 Zachariah b: Abt. 1795
.................... 4 David Macklin Tate b: Abt. 1798
........................ +Elizabeth Clampett
.................... 4 Zedekiah b: Abt. 1804
........................ +Zadia Hunt
.................... 4 Richard B. Tate b: Abt. 1805
........................ +Rebecca Alexander m: January 30, 1826 in Lebanon County, Tennessee
............ 3 Zacharias Jr.Tate b: Abt. 1774
................ +Elizabeth Doane b: Abt. 1778 in Louisa, va. d: Abt. 1799 in Louisa, va.
............ 3 Richard Tate b: Abt. 1775 d: Abt. 1850
............ 3 [2] George Tate b: Abt. 1780
................ +Rebecca Tate
.................... 4 Celia Tate b: Abt. 1805
.................... 4 Robert Tate b: Abt. 1808
.................... 4 Daniel Tate b: Abt. 1810 in No. Carolina Burial: Palestine Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee
............ *2nd Wife of [2] George Tate:
................ +Rebecca b: Abt. 1798 in Tennessee m: January 31, 1814 in Wilson County, Tennessee
.................... 4 Margaret Tate b: Abt. 1814
.................... 4 John Tate b: Abt. 1818
..... 2 Zenas Tate b: Abt. 1737 in St Martins, Hanover, Virginia d: Abt. 1805 in Louisa, Virginia
......... +Lucy b: Abt. 1736 in Virginia
............ 3 Mary Tate b: Abt. 1763
..... 2 [5] John Sr. Tate b: Abt. 1739 in St Martins, Hanover, Virginia, USA d: July 30, 1816 in Guilford County, North Carolina
......... +Sarah (Sally) Swift d: Abt. 1793 in Guilford County, North Carolina
............ 3 Zachariah Tate b: Abt. 1768
............ 3 Anthony Tate b: Abt. 1772 d: Bef. 1830
................ +Nancy Moore b: Abt. 1788 m: February 21, 1809
.................... 4 Sarah (Sally) Tate b: Abt. 1810 in Guilford County, North Carolina
.................... 4 [3] Isabell Tate b: Abt. 1812
........................ +Anthony W. Tait Swift
.................... *2nd Husband of [3] Isabell Tate:
........................ +Alfred T. Fielder m: November 28, 1832
.................... 4 Easther Tate b: Abt. 1814
.................... 4 Agnes Tate b: Abt. 1816
.................... 4 Polly Tate b: Abt. 1818
............ 3 Sarah (Sally) Tate b: Abt. 1774 in No. Carolina
................ +William Park Swift m: December 31, 1792 in Guilford County, No. Carolina
............ 3 Caswell Tate b: Abt. 1777 in Guilford County, North Carolina d: in Tippah Co., Mississippi
................ +Polly Swift m: December 29, 1801 in Caswell County, No. Carolina
.................... 4 [4] Caswell Carter Tate b: Abt. 1810 in Caswell, North Carolina
........................ +Mary? Nancy Kelly
........................... 5 Caswell Carpenter Tate b: Abt. 1833 in East Tennessee ?Hawkins Co.? d: Abt. 1863 in As POW In Civil War
............................... +Mary Dyer
.................... *2nd Wife of [4] Caswell Carter Tate:
........................ +Sarah Ann McDonald b: December 15, 1824 in Rankin County, Mississippi m: March 01, 1843 in Rankin County, Mississippi
........................... 5 Thomas J. Tate b: Abt. 1844
........................... 5 John Caswell Tate b: December 26, 1845 in Tippah Co., Mississippi d: May 20, 1922 in New Hope Baptist Cem
............................... +Rebecca Elizabeth b: May 10, 1857
........................... 5 Robert Washington Tate b: Abt. 1849
........................... 5 James K. Polk Tate b: Abt. 1851
............................... +Mary F. (Mollie) Smith b: Abt. 1856 m: December 17, 1874 in Benton County, Mississippi
........................... 5 Franklin Pierce Tate b: Abt. 1852
........................... 5 A.Swift Tate b: Abt. 1855
........................... 5 C.Edward Tate
........................... 5 William Irving Tate b: Abt. 1860
........................... 5 Mary Tate b: Abt. 1864 in Mississippi
........................... 5 Elizabeth (Lizzie) Tate b: Abt. 1866 in Mississippi
.................... 4 Thomas Tate b: Abt. 1810
.................... 4 Mary Tate b: Abt. 1814
............ 3 Hannah Tate b: Abt. 1779
................ +Thomas Jouett m: May 26, 1801
............ 3 John Jr. Tate b: Abt. 1779 in No. Carolina d: Bef. August 12, 1816 in No. Carolina
.................... 4 Esther Tate
.................... 4 Agnes Tate
.................... 4 Polly Tate
............ 3 Frances Jane (Fannie) Tate b: Abt. 1774 in Caswell County, North Carolina d: Abt. 1850
................ +Elijah Flack b: in Guilford County, North Carolina m: May 08, 1801
..... *2nd Wife of [5] John Sr. Tate:
......... +Sarah Sally Street
..... 2 Waddy Tate b: Abt. 1741 in St Martins, Hanover, Virginia, d: Abt. 1789 in Caswell, North Carolina
......... +Nancy Ann Simpson b: Abt. 1750 in Fairfax County, Virginia m: Abt. 1769 in Caswell, North Carolina
............ 3 Joshua Tate b: Abt. 1776 in Louisa, Virginia d: September 1857 in Clark, Kentucky
................ +Sally Yancey b: Abt. 1780 in Virginia
.................... 4 Waddy Tate b: Abt. 1798 in Caswell, North Carolina d: Abt. 1875 in Liberty Township, Macon, Missouri Burial: Milam Family Graveyard
........................ +Ruthie Miles m: July 16, 1820 in Clark County, Kentucky
........................... 5 Eliza Jane Tate b: Abt. 1823 in Clarke, Kentucky d: in Powell Co, KY
............................... +Preston M. Anderson m: July 06, 1839
........................... 5 Ann Hamilton Tate b: January 10, 1825 in Clarke, Kentucky d: June 11, 1886 in Madison Township, Greenwood County, Kansas
............................... +James Wickliffe Anderson
........................... 5 [6] Amanda Jane Tate b: June 14, 1827 in Clarke, Kentucky d: May 06, 1878 in Appanoose Co, Iowa
............................... +Willis Reid m: December 03, 1846
........................... *2nd Husband of [6] Amanda Jane Tate:
............................... +Amos Norton m: August 23, 1849
........................... 5 Richard Simpson Tate b: September 08, 1832 in Clarke, Kentucky d: March 05, 1910
............................... +Caroline Lowe m: January 14, 1850 in Davis Co., Iowa
........................... 5 Ruth Ann Tate b: December 13, 1833 in Clarke, Kentucky
............................... +Issac Edwards m: February 16, 1853
........................... 5 Martha Ann Tate b: Abt. 1837 d: Abt. 1874 in Appanoose Co, Iowa
............................... +Zephina S. F. Rodgers m: April 15, 1858
........................... 5 Elizabeth Tate b: Abt. 1842 in Clarke, Kentucky
............................... +George G. Phillips m: November 09, 1862
........................... 5 Euphania Tate b: August 28, 1844 in Clarke, Kentucky d: October 04, 1876
............................... +Sylvester S. Bailey m: April 05, 1860
.................... 4 Mercer Tate b: Abt. 1801 in Louisa, Virginia
........................ +Nancy A Gunter b: Abt. 1810 in Louisa, Virginia
........................... 5 Susan Jane Tate
........................... 5 Joshua Hutson Tate b: June 30, 1828 in Edmonson, Kentucky d: January 08, 1903 in Mahaska, Iowa
........................... 5 Thomas J Tate b: Abt. 1830 in Kentucky
........................... 5 Uriah Tate b: Abt. 1834
........................... 5 Rice Tate b: Abt. 1836
........................... 5 Pleasant Alfred Tate b: Abt. 1837 in Edmonson, Kentucky d: August 24, 1896 in Madison, Kentucky
............................... +Sarah M. b: Abt. 1849 in Indiana
........................... 5 Enoch Moses Tate b: Abt. 1840 in Edmonson, Kentucky d: Abt. 1897
........................... 5 Mary Frances Tate b: December 23, 1841 in Edmonson, Kentucky d: January 20, 1885 in Seneca, Nemaha, Kansas
........................... 5 Daniel B. Tate b: Abt. 1844 in Kentucky
........................... 5 Fountain Lafayette Tate b: Abt. 1846 in Kentucky
.................... 4 John Tate b: Abt. 1802 in Clark, Kentucky d: Abt. 1855 in Clark, Kentucky
.................... 4 Richard Tate b: Abt. 1802 in Kentucky d: Abt. 1850
.................... 4 Simpson Tate b: Abt. 1804 in Kentucky d: Abt. 1870
.................... 4 Nancy Tate b: Abt. 1806 in Kentucky d: Abt. 1889 in Madison, Kentucky
.................... 4 Sasannah Tate b: Abt. 1808 in Kentucky
.................... 4 William Tate b: Abt. 1810 in Clarke, Kentucky
.................... 4 Zachariah Tate b: Abt. 1813 in Clark, Kentucky d: Abt. 1878 in Clark, Kentucky
.................... 4 Fannie Tate b: Abt. 1815
.................... 4 Frances G. Tate b: Abt. 1815 in Clarke, Kentucky
.................... 4 Thomas Jefferson Tate b: Abt. 1817 in Clarke, Kentucky d: March 24, 1889 in Jessamine, Kentucky
.................... 4 Martha O. Tate b: Abt. 1818 in Clarke, Kentucky
.................... 4 Elizabeth Tate b: Abt. 1822 in Clarke, Kentucky
............ 3 Upham Tate b: Abt. 1770 in Caswell, North Carolina
................ +Simeon Carlisle
............ 3 Susannah Tate b: Abt. 1772
................ +Benjamin Gibson m: October 20, 1795
............ 3 William Tate b: Abt. 1774 in Caswell, North Carolina d: Abt. 1857 in Clarke, Kentucky
................ +Martha (Patsy) Wynn b: Abt. 1785 in Penn d: Abt. 1855 in Clarke, Kentucky
..... 2 Zaccheus Tate b: Abt. 1742 in St Martins, Hanover, Virginia d: February 08, 1778 in Orange County, No. Carolina
......... +Lydia Simpson
..... 2 Sarah Tate b: Abt. 1747 in Louisa, Virginia d: Abt. 1843 in Caswell, North Carolina
......... +Joseph Street
..... 2 Zephaniah Tate b: Abt. 1748 in St Martins, Louisa, Virginia d: Abt. 1816 in Caswell, North Carolina
..... 2 Uphan (Fannie) Tate b: Abt. 1753 in St Martins, Louisa, Virginia d: Abt. 1784 in Louisa, Virginia
......... +Anthony Winston
..... 2 Zedekiah b: Abt. 1751
*2nd Wife of [7] John Tate:
.. +Lucy Waddy b: Abt. 1691 
Tate, John (I635)
 
40592 This is no doubt his family... https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MJMN-PMT Jennings, Jesse Washington (I23722)
 
40593 This is no doubt she...DAH

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MC6Q-QN8
ame: Mary Ann Meek
vent Type: Census
vent Date: 1850
vent Place: White county, White, Tennessee, United States
ender: Female
ge: 12
arital Status:
ace (Original):
ace:
irthplace: Tennessee
irth Year (Estimated): 1838
ouse Number: 59
amily Number: 59
ine Number: 26
ffiliate Publication Number: M432
ffiliate Film Number: 900
S Film number: 444856
igital Folder Number: 004206057
mage Number: 00015
ollection: Mary Ann Meek in household of Charles Meek, "United States Census, 1850" 
Meek, Marian Moon (I16889)
 
40594 This is probably John & antecedents... https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SPX5-GTS Bieber, John (I34125)
 
40595 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Price, Sarah Jane (I38216)
 
40596 This is probably Senith B. MOORE, listed as her older sister...DAH Moore, Betheana (I17521)
 
40597 This is the information I have for Tennessee V(irginia) Webb

1860 census: Tennessee Webb, age 12, birth abt 1848 TN, McMinnville, Warren, TN
1880 census: Tennessee Bess, age 28, birth abt 1852 TN, District 13, Warren, TN, Spouse William Bess
1900 census: Tennessee V. Bess, age 38, birth June 1861 GA, married 38 years, Spouse William T. Bess, 5 of 9 children living

Marriage: Tennessee Webb to W. B. Bess, 7 Nov 1869, Warren County (source:
TN compiled marriage records)
Death: presumed shortly after 1900 based on her husband William being listed as a widow in 1910 census.
Also William's 1935 obit says he lived the last 35 years of his life with his daughter Sallie Bess Lorhum.
Burial: no info

Father Jesse Webb (1818 - ?)
Mother Elizabeth Henry (1822 - ?)
Married 10 Feb 1842, Rhea County, TN

Jesse Webb's parents were Townsend Webb (1787-1826) and Nancy Kendrick (1790-1826).

Townsend Webb's parents were Jesse Webb and Didama Townsend.

William Bess is listed on various documents throughout his life with three different middle initials: T, B, and M.

Most records for Tennie indicate she as well as her parents were born in TN, however her 1880 census record says her father was born in Georgia and her
1900 census record says she was born in Georgia but her father was born in TN. Go figure!

FYI, the half-brother Henry who is mentioned in William Bess' obit is Henry Jackson Bess (1870-1951), youngest child of Thomas Bess and Franky Webb. All of William's other siblings (from mother Mary Polly Ellis) and half-siblings (from Frankly Webb) predeceased him.

Lori 
Webb, Tennessee "Tennie" (I33476)
 
40598 This is the probate file for Hannah Brown Hennessee (wife of William R Hennessee):



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Brown, Hannah M. (I1809)
 
40599 This is the same son sometimes shown as Joseph M. Hembree. He is confused with Joel Joseph Emery (b. 1802NC) of Union Co, IL.:

"Joel Hembry married Eve Fite March 17, 1828 in Rowan County, NC." Eva Fite was born c. 1805 NC, the daughter of Henry Fite and Deborah Fraley. Joel is listed in the 1830 and 1840 censuses for Rowan County but was in Illinois by 1845. According to the 1850 Census, his youngest son Moses was born 1843 in Kentucky. His eldest son remained or returned to North Carolina, where he served in the Confederate Army.

His other sons served for the Union. In the 1860 Census for Union Co, Illinois he is listed as "Joseph Emery" (age 60) with wife "Evie Emery" (age 55). He is apparently the son of John Hembrie/Emery b.1766 NC who lived in Rowan Co, NC.

The Joel Hembree of Cocke Co, TN 1840 is ours. He is then found in the 1850 Census for Jefferson Co, TN. We think he died before 1860 in that county but he may have left Tennessee. 
Hembree, (Joel) Joseph M. (I48877)
 
40600 This James Byars is a provisional son of John Byars. This family is presented as connected for the purpose of recording data that will prove or disprove their relationship. gst He left a will in Granville Co.,
NC in 1799, in which he names his wife Sarah, William Byars and William Bullock as executors.

It was witnessed by Ruth Grinage, Guliemus Byars. Heirs were four daughters, all minors: Betsy Byars, Catey Byars, Nancy Glen Byars, and Lucy Bullock Byars. 
Byars, James (I39339)
 

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