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41001 Went to Shelbyville,AR. The Delinquent Taxpayers List, White Co.,TN - 1848; lists, "Henry Hennisee, Moved...Sworn in open Court, December 4, 1848, G.G.Dibrell, Clerk & W.M.Anderson, Tax Collector." Hennessee, Henry D(avid) (I103)
41002 Went to Tennessee...Christy Cantrell, John (I4020)
41003 Went to Texas and returned in a covered wagon...Nannie Byars. Byars, James Henry "Jim" (I2948)
41004 Went to Texas when he was 13...Doris Byars. Byars, William Franklin (I8960)
41005 Went to Texas. Nfr. Martin, George W. Jr. (I8770)
41006 Went to Texas...A. C. Hillis Fleming, George (I23311)
41007 Went to Texas...Lila Denton Garth, Thomas William (I10956)
41008 Went to Texas...Shirley Barnes. Barnes, Robert Lyman (I1405)
41009 Went to the Chattanooga area...Edith Green Rowland. Hennessee, Mary Francis "Francis" (I1859)
41010 Went to Washington State and worked with Dalton Co. for years, veteran of WWI.

Arrived in Kenedy,TX in 1923, selling insurance.

No children.

Called before the McMinnville Draft Board, August 10, 1917, for a physical examination. 
Hennessee, Edwin Wallace (I203)
41011 Went to White County about 1880...Tucker Mullican, Jeremiah "Jerry" (I14877)
41012 Went to Wise Co.,TX...Tompkins Christian, Fidello (I26400)
41013 Went West to Texas...Makris Humphrey, William (I25236)
41014 Went west. Married. Nfr.
Identified as "Richard" in 1860 Warren Census...DAH. 
Jennings, Alexander Muncy (I8773)
41015 Went west...


No. Soldier Name Side Function Regiment Name
1 Hennessee, James C. Confederate Infantry 35th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (5th Infantry) (1st Mountain Rifle Regiment) 
Hennessee, James C. (I131)
41016 Went West...Almetia Cunningham. Cunningham, George Washington (I18521)
41017 Went with his parents to DeKalb Co. Had a finger shot off in the Seminole War.
Believe him to administrator to his father's estate. Ref DeKalb County,TN
Settlement Book, 1846-1856, p. 5...DAH 
Cantrell, James (I4088)
41018 Wes Dodson cites her name as "Crouch"...DAH. Cope, Sarah (I6481)
41019 Wes Dodson cites this family as "McRamsey"...DAH.
May be the same "David Ramsey" enumerated in 1840 Marion Co.,TN,Census,p. 16. 
Ramsey, David (I6474)
41020 Wes Dodson identifies her as "Frankie Richardson Scott"...Peggy Allison
ID'd in VB Marriage Records,p. 8, as "Frances Overturf"...DAH
Unmarked gravesite... 
Overturf, Frances "Franky" (I22197)
41021 Wes Dodson identifies her as "Nancy", the second wife...DAH. Logue, Nancy Jane "Jane" (I2771)
41022 Wes Dodson identifies her as a child of this marriage however, given her
birth-date, appears more likely she is a daughter of Rebecca...DAH 
Hillis, Nancy (I22045)
41023 Wes Dodson identifies her as, "Eulitia", daughter of Isom Dykes and Prudence
Dykes, Hannah (I12505)
41024 Wes Dodson identifies him as "Asa"...DAH. Cantrell, Asa Monroe "Monroe" (I4859)
41025 Wes Dodson identifies him as "John". Note the age disparity between him and Lucy. Perhaps this was a second marriage for him. Think it likely that the ENGLAND & WILCHER families pioneered Middle Tennessee in tandem, circa 1800...

Posted By: Nancy Lewis
Subject: Joseph England b 12-25-1762 VA
Post Date: April 21, 2000 at 13:43:57
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Have Joseph b in New Kent Co. Va ..enlisted Rev. War Surry Co NC - moved C1780 to Catawba River, Burke Co., NC and 1827 moved to Anderson Co. NC. Applied for Rev war Pension 2-27-1833 from Anderson Co., Tn and living with "unnamed" son.

Last info was 1820 census - Looking for a death date...any will/estate left and if he had a brother named Charles (possibly a Rev. Soldier as well).


Anyone have a will, death date or information if Charles is related?

Thanks much - Nancy


England, Joseph (I3799)
41026 Wes Dodson keeps referring to him as "John Davey"...DAH. Templeton, John David (I3717)
41027 Wes Dodson notes a wife, "Sarah Christian"...DAH Evans, Jacob (I16725)
41028 Wes Dodson notes her as, "Louisa Webb Creely (Thomas) Stipes"...DAH.
CRELIA/CREELY not found in Van Buren marriage records...DAH
Enumerated with her presumed father-in-law during 1850 Van Buren census...DAH

Webb, Lou(v)isa or Levicey (I5846)
41029 Wes Dodson reports that his wife was Milly Flemings...DAH. Hitchcock, George (I5988)
41030 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn & "DODSON", p. 3-B Source (S17984)
41031 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn, 1850 Van Buren
Census, p. 28 
Source (S14350)
41032 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn,1870 Warren
Census, p. 113,1900 Van Buren Census,p. 79 
Source (S17775)
41033 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn.
1880 Warren County Census, p. 69 
Source (S18023)
41034 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn.
Warren County,TN Will Books 1-3, p. 163 
Source (S38405)
41035 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn.
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 161
Larry McGregor, 
Source (S17908)
41036 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn.
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 161 
Source (S17910)
41037 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 1, copied from Catherine Lynn.
WC Cemetery List, Book II, p. 110 
Source (S40655)
41038 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 2, copied from Catherine Lynn,1850 White County
Census, p. 17 
Source (S18053)
41039 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 2, copied from Catherine Lynn.
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 163 
Source (S15528)
41040 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 3, copied from Catherine Lynn,AC Hillis' notes Source (S17808)
41041 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 3, copied from Catherine Lynn,AC Hillis' Notes Source (S17815)
41042 Wes Dodson's Notebook No. 3,copied from Catherine Lynn and "Hillis",Chapter I,
by Peggy Allison 
Source (S7953)
41043 Wesley Dodson's Notes Source (S1623)
41044 Wesley Dodson, "The Smiths are Irish. Larkin Smith came from VA to TN...".
Deed Book of Amherst County, Virginia, p. 9:
"16 Sep 1746 LARKIN SMITH & wife MARY to CHAS. LYNCH"
Warren Cantrell mentions a Larkin SMITH, Jr...DAH 
Smith, Colonel Larkin (I3410)
41045 Wesley Estes and wife Mary. Susannah, believed to be their daughter, married William Malone Jr. Their daughter Mary Ann Malone married Charner S. Greer (1836-1922). Their daughter Aurelia A. Greer married John C. Betenbaugh. Their daughter Mary M. Betenbaugh (18971987) married Rufus T. Holcomb. They were my grandparents.


Brent Holcomb 
Estes, Wesley (I37319)
41046 Wesley G. McClarren | 15 Jun 1995 | Family Group Records | 405 Whispering Drive,Spring Hill,TN 37174 Source (S1152)
41047 WestCare honors Hennessees

Posted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 2:00 pm

An April 24 reception was held at Harris Regional Hospital honoring the generosity and dedication of the Hennessee family and remembering Dot Hennessee McDonald, who recently passed away.

McDonald was an avid supporter of the spiritual care and chaplaincy program at WestCare, helping to establish the program in the 1980s.

"As an organization, WestCare is privileged to have the support of the Hennessee family and was pleased to honor them," said Lucretia Stargell, WestCare’s director of communications.

Hennessee, Dortha Lucille "Dot" (I2464)
41048 Western Virginia... Cantrell, Joseph (I3985)
41049 Westminster Abbey, formally titled the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, is a large, mainly Gothic abbey church in the City of Westminster, London, just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It is one of the United Kingdom's most notable religious buildings and the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English and, later, British monarchs. Between 1540 and 1556 the abbey had the status of a cathedral. Since 1560, however, the building is no longer an abbey nor a cathedral, having instead the status of a Church of England "Royal Peculiar"—a church responsible directly to the sovereign. The building itself is the original abbey church.

According to a tradition first reported by Sulcard in about 1080, a church was founded at the site (then known as Thorn Ey (Thorn Island)) in the 7th century, at the time of Mellitus, a Bishop of London. Construction of the present church began in 1245, on the orders of King Henry III.

Photo & maps ... 
Edward III King of England (I37408)
41050 Westminster Abbey, formally titled the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, is a large, mainly Gothic abbey church in the City of Westminster, London, located just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It is one of the most notable religious buildings in the United Kingdom and has been the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English and, later, British monarchs. Between 1540 and 1556 the abbey had the status of a cathedral. Since 1560, however, the building is no longer an abbey nor a cathedral, having instead the status of a Church of England "Royal Peculiar"—a church responsible directly to the sovereign. The building itself is the original abbey church.

According to a tradition first reported by Sulcard in about 1080, a church was founded at the site (then known as Thorn Ey (Thorn Island)) in the 7th century, at the time of Mellitus, a Bishop of London. Construction of the present church began in 1245, on the orders of King Henry III.

Since 1066, when Harold Godwinson and William the Conqueror were crowned, the coronations of English and British monarchs have been held there. There have been at least 16 royal weddings at the abbey since 1100. Two were of reigning monarchs (Henry I and Richard II), although, before 1919, there had been none for some 500 years.

more ... 
Family F15824
41051 Westmorland was twice married: first (before 1370) to Margaret, daughter of Hugh, second earl of Stafford (d. 1386); and, secondly (before 20 Feb. 1397), to Joan Beaufort, daughter of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, by Catherine Swynford, and widow of Sir Robert Ferrers. She survived him, dying on 13 Nov. 1440 and being buried in Lincoln Cathedral, though her effigy is also on her husband's tomb at Staindrop.

The inscription on her monument is quoted by Swallow (p. 137). Joan had some taste for literature. Thomas Hoccleve [q. v.] dedicated a volume of his works to her, and we hear of her lending the 'Chronicles of Jerusalem' and the 'Voyage of Godfrey Bouillon' to her nephew, Henry V (Fœdera, x. 317).

Neville, Sir Ralph Knight, 1st Earl of Westmorland (I37041)
41052 Westmorland's children by his first wife were: (1) John, who fought in France and on the Scottish borders, and died before his father (1423); he married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Holland, earl of Kent, and their son Ralph succeeded his grandfather as second Earl of Westmorland in 1425 (see below). Neville, Sir John II, Knight (I41183)
41053 Weston,Dickie Lee Parris;FGR,2204 Surrey Lane,Bossier City,LA 71111,
Tel: 318/747-3555 
Source (S28095)
41054 We’ve now produced evidence that suggests Ann Dodson is not Ann Elmore. However, we still have no idea who Ann Dodson is.

We also don’t know who Charles Dodson’s parents were, or where he came from either. We do know that there is no record of any Dodson family in the region before Charles first appears in the 1679 transaction between Charles Dodson and Peter Elmore.

For all we know, Charles and Ann may have married in England, or wherever they were before they are found in Rappahannock County in 1679.

By that time, Ann and Charles have at least one son, Charles Jr., have probably been married about 9 years and most likely have had about 4 children. We know that Charles Jr. lived to adulthood, and it’s safe to say that Thomas born in 1781 is the second son that lived, but we don’t know if any of the children born between Charles and Thomas survived.

Can Ann Dodson Write?

Ann witnesses four documents in 1693, 1694 and 1705. It appears that she signed her name, although that may simply be because the clerk did not mention that she could not write and signed with a mark. Given that her son, Charles Jr., also married an Ann, it’s difficult to discern which Ann was signing, although the ones where Charles Jr. is absent are much more likely to have been signed by Ann, wife of Charles Sr.

If Ann is literate, it makes the probability that she was raised in England much more likely than being raised in early Virginia. 
LNU, Anne (I476)
41055 Whaley Newby
Born about 1734 in Lancaster, Virginia, USAmap
Son of Henry Newby I and Mary Whaley
Brother of Henry Newby II, William Newby, Ozwald Henry Newby, James Newby, Sarah Newby, Hannah Newby and William Newby
Husband of Elizabeth Thompson — married 1771 in Louisa City, Virginiamap
Father of Thompson Newby
Died Sep 1796 in Simpson, Kentucky, USAmap
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Two sources note 1721 as birth year. Have also seen b. 1717 & 1741.


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Newby, Whaley (I38107)
41056 What is her relationship to Sallie Wilcher...niece? Been looking for her link to the WILCHER line and am still befuddled...DAH

I speculate her grandfather to be, Archibald Elihu Wilcher, as her first male-child was so named...DAH

Wilcher, Rachel (Ann) (I166)
41057 What would Mary Ann have thought if she knew she came from English & European nobility?...DAH Luna, Mary Ann (I6377)
41058 Whedbee,Jackie;Pedigree;;1 Dec 99 Source (S19145)
41059 When A.C. was about 12, the family moved to either Mountain Grove or St. Jo, Missouri. AC came to TX (Dallas Co.) in 1889. AC never owned any land in Dallas Co. TX. AC and Sarah bought a farm in Cash, OK where they lived about 3 years. Because of health issues, AC and Sarah sold the farm and moved into Lawton, Comanche Co., OK.

Randy Boney says that the horse AC rode to Texas was called Nettie. Nettie was 27 Years old when she died. Every year on Nettie's birthday Sarah baked her a cake.

end of bio 
Hennessee, Audley Claybourn "Uncle Edd" (I437)
41060 When asked why her children were named Hembree (and not Knowles), her great-granddaughter said:

Mary Jane and EY were never married and she wanted all the children to carry her name since the Hembree males had been murdered or killed off. At least that's the story I've been told. [EY] wanted to marry her but she would not. She didn't want to go and live in the same house as his mother who lived with him. Can't say as I blame her! 
Hembree, Mary Jane "Mage" (I15469)
41061 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tarasovich, Edward Eugene (I16425)
41062 When God measures a man, he does not estimate the elements of greatness as does man. God does not measure the greatness of a man by his physical prowess, though this may be an asset to the man; neither does God take into account the wealth that one possesses, though one may use wealth to the honor and the glory of God; nor does God base his estimate upon man from the patriotism that is attributed to man, though a love of one's country may help one to be great; nor does God reckon only the intellectual powers of man, though these may help him fill his mission in an acceptable way. God's measure of greatness of anyone is based upon the service that one renders in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. When measured according to this standard, R.L. Gillentine was a great man.

Richard Leek Gillentine was born in Van Buren County, Tennessee, not far from Spencer, January 28, 1852. He was the youngest child of " Squire" John Gillentine. His father was one of the first settlers of the historic little town of Spencer. He figured largely in the affairs of his county. John Gillentine served as a justice of the peace for many years and was chairman of the county court for a long period of time. He was one of the promoters of Burritt College and the first president of the board of trustees of that college. He was a public-spirited man and did much to promote the civic affairs of his town and county. John Gillentine was reared in the Baptist faith. He belonged to that branch of the Baptists known in that country as "Hardshell Baptists." The Hardshell Baptist Church withdrew fellowship from him because he permitted the Separate Baptists to hold meetings in his house. After being dismissed from the Baptist Church he studied the Bible, and later became a member of the church of Christ. He reared his family in the fear of God and in the knowledge of his truth. The Gillentine family had left to it a rich legacy of a Christian father and mother.

Young Gillentine inherited a deeply pious nature and strong intellectual powers of mind. There were but few advantages for mental development and soul culture among the mountain people where he grew up. However, these mountain folk were richly endowed with the simple elements of frugal industry and honesty. They had their code of honor, and they strictly followed it. R. L. Gillentine was reared among the simple folk of that mountain country and attended the schools of his county. His education was attained under great difficulty. His school days were interrupted much by nonattendance. He seldom had the advantage of more than three months of schooling at a time. He was eleven years old when the Civil War began. This deprived him of many school advantages. During the war he moved to Monroe County, Kentucky, and there attended school for two short terms. One of his teachers was William Sewell, a brother of the justly famous and lamented E. G. Sewell.

In 1869 his father died, leaving the responsibility of caring for his mother and sisters upon his shoulders. He was seventeen years old when his father died, and the responsibilities of providing for the family were so great upon him that he never had an opportunity of attending school any more. No one is to infer from this that Brother Gillentine was an uneducated man. He was well informed and could discourse in conversation intelligently and profitably upon any topic of the day. Brother Gillentine became a Christian in early life. His was a rich, pious nature, and the stories revealed in the Bible made profound impressions on his heart and helped to mold and direct his life. While a child he often wept at hearing told the stories of the Bible, and especially the suffering of our Savior. Many times when he would hear read the New Testament, describing the sufferings and death of Jesus, he would go off in a secluded place and weep. His heart was kept tender by the memory of the sufferings of his Lord. He became familiar with the Bible and delighted in the study of the word of God. We may know that one who was so deeply impressed with the truth of God and one who had a tender conscience could not refrain from telling the old story of the cross with pathos and power. Brother Gillentine began preaching in his early twenties and continued throughout his life.

There was a great need for preachers in that mountain country at that time, and Brother Gillentine met in a large measure the needs of his countrymen. He loved the truth of God and loved to preach the gospel. There is not a precinct in that mountain country that he did not visit and proclaim the gospel as God's power to save. He rode horseback thousands of miles and taught the people the plan of salvation and encouraged them to accept it. He taught God's people the way of the Lord more perfectly. He was a lover of peace and preached Jesus as the Prince of Peace. His labors were not confined to the sequestered county of , Van Buren, but his labors extended into Warren, De Kalb, Bledsoe, Overton, and Sequatchie counties, all in Tennessee. He preached extensively in Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. No preacher could preach the gospel with more clearness and tender pathos than could R. L. Gillentine. Often while preaching tears flowed down his cheeks and his hearers were moved to weeping. Few preachers could excel him in warm, fervent, earnest exhortation; and these appeals to aliens to obey the gospel were almost irresistible. He moved thousands of people to accept Christ by his simple, eloquent exhortations. In 1910 he moved from Spencer to, Hollis, Okla.

His family had been reared at Spencer, and all of them had been educated in Burritt College. He had been one of the elders of the church at Spencer for many years, and through his efforts and guidance the church filled its mission well. Through his influence and teaching the entire citizenry of Spencer were either members of the church of Christ or very favorably inclined to it. So strong was the influence of the church at Spencer under his guidance that no denomination could get a foothold in the town.

After moving to Oklahoma, he located on a farm and preached much of his time. The last years of his life he gave all that he received for preaching to other preachers to work in destitute places. Brother Gillentine died on January 29, 1920, at his home in Hollis. He was sixty-eight years and one day old when he died, No man has served his fellow man and honored God in his service more than R. L. Gillentine. He sacrificed much for the cause of Christ and rendered loving service in his name unto the journey's end.

--- H. Leo Boles, Biographical Sketches of Gospel Preachers, 408-11. Additional bio in the Gospel Advocate, May 27, 1920, 535. 
Gillentine, Richard Leek (I5774)
41063 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dodson, Terry Lee (I33713)
41064 When she died she had 153 descendants. Keller, Sarah Carney "Sally" (I1096)
41065 Wherever John Hendrick was through the mid-1750s, we have reason to think he was in Amelia County by the late 1750s. His son Humphrey Hendrick (and perhaps his son John and son-in-law Charles Smith) was paid as a militiaman in Amelia County in 1758.83 Humphrey was also separately tithable in Amelia in 1762. Hendrick, John (I36733)
41066 while en route to the Holy Land...

was slain by the Turks at Thrace on 17 June 1368. 
de Mowbray, Sir John Knight, 4th Baron Mowbray (I43827)
41067 While the location of the cemetery is unknown, it was, most likely, on the property Captain Cantrell had been awarded for his military service. Cantrell, Stephen (I3969)
41068 While there is no evidence of military service for Jesse DODSON during the War, we can feel confident that he served in some capacity, for at the end of the War he received a Land Grant in North Carolina, which would become Tennessee. Dodson, Elder Jesse Buford Sr. (I310)
41069 While there is no proof that James and David Moore were brothers, a schematic for either that does not account for the other would be unsatisfactory.

Was Onwin Moore a brother of DAVID MOORE?

There seems to be a stronger connection between Onwin Moore and David Moore than between James Moore and David Moore. And there seems to be a stronger connection between Onwin Moore and James Moore than between James Moore and David Moore.

In other words, there is good reason to believe that Onwin was a brother of James and/or that Onwin was a brother of David, but the connection between James and David does not seem as strong.

Until more data is discovered, the connection cannot be proven. But, as with James, a schematic for David that does not account for Onwin would be unsatisfactory.

1790 Census Fayette District, Moore County, North Carolina

p.43 Moore, Edward Jr. 1 – 0 – 2 – 0 – 0
went to Indiana in 1811
Ray, James 2 – 2 – 4 – 0 – 0
settled in Georgia – my ancestor?
Dickinson, Robert 1 – 5 – 4 – 0 – 0
went to Pendleton District
Moore, James 1 – 0 – 1 – 0 – 1
?went to Pendleton District then TN by 1818
Moore, Onwin 1 – 0 – 1 – 0 – 0
went to Georgia, then Pendleton District
p.44 Moore, David 1 – 1 – 1 – 0 – 0
?went to Pendleton District, d.1830
Ducksworth, Jesse 1 – 0 – 5 – 0 – 1 [Duckworth]
went to Pendleton District
Moore, Edward Jr 1 – 0 – 1 – 0 – 0
went to Hancock Co,GA then AL (?)
/ Ducksworth, Joseph 1 – 1 – 4 – 0 – 1
adjacent went to Pendleton District
\ Honeycut, Robert 1 – 1 – 2 – 0 – 0 [Hunnicutt]
went to Pendleton District
Moore, Edward Sr 2 – 1 – 2 – 0 – 0
on Hancock Co, GA tax lists 1788-1794
note: some of these men already received land grants and appear on tax rolls on former Indian lands but the Chickamauga and Creek drove a lot of families back east.

------ Additional info related ????????? ----------

Some key names in Bertie Co, NC deeds include:

Col. Peter West (b.1689 Massachusetts, d.1751 Bertie County, North Carolina). His wife was Priscilla Williams. His grandson was Abner Cotten (Cotton) b.1742 NC d.1810-1815 Franklin Co, GA and was in Abbeville, SC 1793-1800. Peter West was a justice of the peace in Bertie Co. in 1739 along with John Edwards and James Castellow. Peter West Jr. and James Moore were appointed justices in 1759. When Hertford County was formed, they were in the new county.

James Castellow was a representative of Bertie County off and on 1731-1745.

Tax List 1757 Bertie County
on list taken by John Brickell
John Moore & Negro's Buck and Sue -3

on list taken by John Brown
James Moore – Negro Man Ceaser and Mingo; Negro Woman Mugge -4
Benton Moore, Arthur Moore, Charles Jones -3

on list taken by Jno Hill
Aaron Moore - 3
Mary Moore - 5

on list taken by Joseph Barradaill
Benton More
Charles Jones

on list taken by Jos. Jordon
Samll. Moore and his bro. Jno Moore and Mullattoes David & Hestor James -4

on list taken by Thomas Pugh
James Moon [Moore?] one white -1 and three blacks -3
on list sworn bef. me Jos. Jordan, JP
Elizabeth More

1787 NC Census Bertie County
of Capt Francis Pugh's Company
Agness Moore 2 1 1 -- 1
John Moore 1 1 3 3 3 [d.1789 son of John Moore d.1754]]
list taken by Hum Hardy Esq in Capt Moore's district
James Moore 1 3 1 1 1 [son of Titus Moore d.1753]
list taken by Andw Oliver in Capt Speller's district
Ephafroditus Moore 1 2 1 1 -- [d.1787]

The 1790 census for Chatham County has some families who appear in Pendleton District, South Carolina.

1790 Census Hillsborough District, Chatham County, N.C.

p.84 Sanders, Wm. 1 – 3 – 2 – 0 – 0

went to Pendleton District (my ancestor)

Peake, Benjm. 2 – 1 – 1 – 0 – 0

went to Spartanburg, then west

Johnson, Joseph 1 – 3 – 5 – 0 – 1

p.85 Dowdey, Joseph 2 – 6 – 2 – 0 – 0

went to Pendleton District [Doughty in SC]

Nall, John 1 – 0 – 4 – 0 – 0

went to Pendleton District

Johnson, Joseph 1 – 6 – 2 – 0 – 0

went to Pendleton District (one of these did)

Johnson, Joseph 1 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 0

Ray, Thos. 1 – 2 – 2 – 0 – 0

went to Georgia (my ancestor?)

p.86 Dickson, Hannah 1 – 3 – 6 – 0 – 0 Dickinson

went to Pendleton District

Dickson, Nathan 1 – 3 – 2 – 0 – 0

King, Robert 1 – 0 – 4 – 0 – 0

went to Pendleton District

Moore, Thos. 1 – 1 – 2 – 0 – 0

to SC, then Van Buren & White Co, TN

Nall, Martha 1 – 2 – 2 – 0 – 1

went to Pendleton District

p.87 Wilkerson, John 1 – 0 – 2 – 0 – 0

Wilkerson, Robert 1 – 2 – 4 – 0 – 0

Harris, Benjamin 3 – 4 – 4 – 0 – 14

his son went to Pendleton District,

Jones, Lewis 3 – 5 – 4 – 0 – 0

went to GA d.1801 another d.1803 Pendleton

Moore, John 2 – 1 – 6 – 0 – 0

Moore, William 1 – 2 – 2 – 0 – 0

went to Indiana in 1809 (or different Wm.)

p.88 King, Wm. 1 – 0 – 3 – 0 – 1

went to Pendleton District

Moore, James 1 – 5 – 2 – 0 – 3

Wimberle, Lewis 2 – 2 – 4 – 0 – 0 [Wimberly]

went to Pendleton District

And for comparison, the 1790 Moores of Cumberland County, North Carolina (from Patti Singleton Williams).

Abel Moore 1 3 1 0 0
Mathew Moore 2 5 3 0 0
Jordan Moore 1 2 4 0 0
Mary Moore 0 1 3 0 0
William Moore 1 0 1 0 0
John Moore 1 1 3 0 0
Aron Moore 1 2 5 0 1 Abbeville, SC
Thomas Moore 1 2 4 0 0 brother of Aaron

Cols: males 16+, males <16, females, other free, slaves
(“other free” means a nonwhite free or freed person)

1790 Census Ninety-Six District, Abbeville Co, South Carolina
p.58 Moore, David 2 – 1 – 3 – 0 – 0

Lackey, Adam 1 – 1 – 3 – 0 - 0

Tims, Wm 1 – 2 – 2 – 0 – 0 [Timms]

Tims, Vinson 1 – 2 – 6 – 0 - 0

Moore, James 3 – 0 – 3 – 0 - 0

Moore, Wm 1 – 0 – 1 – 0 - 0

Waters, David 1 – 0 – 2 – 0 - 0

p.59 Smith, Nimrod 1 – 1 – 1 – 0 – 0

Moore, Thomas 2 – 2 – 2 – 0 - 0

Moore, Wm 3 – 1 – 3 – 0 - 0

Moore, Jno. 2 – 0 – 2 – 0 – 2

Wardlaw, Lydia 2 – 2 – 6 – 0 - 6

Moore, Quinton 1 – 0 – 2 – 0 - 0

Moore, Davis 1 – 3 – 2 – 0 - 39

Moore, Elijah 1 – 2 – 3 – 0 - 6

1790 Census Ninety-Six District, Greenville Co, South Carolina

p.69 Carrodine, Thomas 2 – 3 – 4 – 0 – 5 Carradine

Chatstain, Abram 1 – 4 – 4 – 0 – 0 Chastain

Moore, David 1 – 2 – 4 – 0 – 0

Childres, John 1 – 0 – 4 – 0 – 0 Childress

Moore, James 3 – 1 – 4 – 0 – 0

Hamby, Saml. 1 – 0 – 2 – 0 - 0

Peak/Peck, John 1 – 1 – 3 – 0 - 0

Seaborn, James 5 – 0 – 4 – 0 - 0

p.70 Peek, James 2 – 1 – 5 – 0 – 1 Peak

Swinney, Mikajah 1 – 1 – 1 – 0 - 2

More, James 4 – 1 – 1 – 0 – 0 Moore

Moore, Thomas 1 – 0 – 2 – 0 - 0

Ray, William 2 – 2 – 0 – 0 - 0

p.71 Tarrant, Larkin 2 – 2 – 3 – 0 – 6

Young, William 1 – 0 – 0 – 0 - 0

Maybe it was this David Moore served on both sides during the Revolution. James Seaborn is shown here as a possible clue to the Seaborn Moore name. On 14 May 1785 James Seaborn surveyed land in 96 District which on 5 June 1786 was granted to HUGH MOORE, then of Abbeville County, later of Spartanburg. (Recorded in Spartanburg.) Hugh Moore also bought land with William Young (above). Samuel Hamby m. Elizabeth O’Bryant, a half sister of Lazarus Moore, whose brothers Thomas and James Moore are shown above.

Notes on the Pendleton 1790 census Moores:


It is interesting that they do not use “Sr.” and “Jr.”. They are located in the 23 Mile Creek area (what would become Anderson County) and among people

who intermarried with the Cherokee. Robert Moore “Jr.” is listed between

David Gentry and Alexander Drumgoole, both of whom had Cherokee families and became members of the tribe. Could Robert “Jr.” be JAMES MOORE, who is about to marry a daughter of Samuel Findley (listed close to the older Robert Moore)? Or is James Moore one of the males over 16 in the older Robert Moore’s household? Or is he listed in Moore Co, NC?

Robert Moore “Sr.” is listed close to Robert King Sr. (b.c.1740 d.c.1837 Anderson County, SC) who is listed in the 1790 census of Chatham County,

NC. (The SC census was taken in 1791 and much of the NC census was reconstructed from tax lists of the 1780’s. It is not uncommon to find people

on both rolls.) The Kings had land in Wilkes County, GA as did the Moores.

Robert King was born in England or Ireland.

The census shows 2 Robert Moores and 1 John Moore in the 26 Mile Creek area but the land records do not reflect these names. (I only copied half the records.)


Possible Relatives in Tennessee?

[8] AARON MOORE. This is the older Aaron Moore of Pendleton District. We refer to him as Aaron Moore Sr. of 1790. (See “Three Aaron Moores of Pendleton District” in Part Five.) This AARON MOORE went to Tennessee c.1810.

A “younger old” AARON MOORE was b.c.1779 d.3 May 1857 Pickens District, SC, and was from Laurens District, SC. (He was the father of EMORY MOORE.)

Aaron Moore Jr. b.c.1790 m. Elizabeth Jane Tally and is the son of the older Aaron Moore who went to Tennessee.

1. Aaron Moore Sr. of 1790

Aaron Moore Sr. was in the area by 1790 but went to Tennessee before

the 1810 census. His census data makes him a candidate to be the

father of Sarah Moore b.1791.

AARON MOORE in the 1790 Census Pendleton Co, SC p. 85

MOOR, AARON 1 3 3 0 0

AARON MOORE in the 1800 Census Pendleton District, SC p.37

962 Aaron Moore 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 2

It also suggests he was b.1745-1755. Still producing children in the 1790’s and vigorous enough to move to the frontier by 1810, sliding the probable birth date to 1750-1755, or c.1750 for now.

21 August 1797. William Hutton of Abbeville Co, 96 District, SC to AARON

MOORE of Pendleton Co, SC. For Ή 60 Hutton transferred to MOORE some

453 acres on Shoal Creek of the Keowee River near the Great Falls. The land

was granted to Hutton 7 Jan 1793. Witnesses: John Queal, Elizabeth McKinley.

Power of attorney for William Hutton granted to Samuel Dickson.

20 October 1806. AARON MOORE to Jacob Reese, both of Pendleton District,

SC. Moore conveys to Reese for $500 150 acres on a branch of the Keowee

River. Witnesses: Daniel Bain, Jacob Wolfe.

30 July 1811. AARON MOORE of Franklin Co, TN, formerly of Pendleton District,

appoints Jeptha Norton power of attorney to sell land on Keowee River.

16 August 1813. AARON MOORE of Franklin Co, TN, to Frederick Davidson of

Pendleton District, SC. Moore sells to Davidson for $300 the land on Shoal Creek

branch of Keowee River near the Great Falls, containing about 200 acres, being part

of a grant to William Hutton on 7 Jan 1793; also 100 acres that were part of a grant

to McFew. Bounded by Aaron Moore, Jacob Reece, Abraham Pence, Charles

Dohan, William Rose. (Recorded in Franklin Co., Tennessee.)

Moore, Thomas (I29396)
41070 White County 1850 Census; p. 92.

Roberts Book, p. 25 state that Cason & Rutha had no issue, ergo, George must be child of first wife. 
Swindle, Cason Jr. (I2044)
41071 White County Court Records, Book 1841-1851, p. 25 Source (S47397)
41072 White County Hospital Cantrell, Robert Bryan "Bob" (I9952)
41073 White County Marriage Book, Book II Source (S38382)
41074 White County Marriage Book, Book II,1985 Source (S43418)
41075 White County Marriage Book, p.56:
"McDANIEL, John & Susan Swindle - July 2, 1857" 
Swindle, Susan Roberts (I26)
41076 White County Marriage Records lists him as "Patrick R. A. Hennessee".

Saw his homeplace in White County.

Still occupied by family. 
Hennessee, Patrick Roberts Alexander (I1490)
41077 White County Marriage Records, Part of Book I: January 11, 1859 to June 11,
1881, Van Buren County Historical Society, 1985.
1860 White Co.,TN Census, p. 36 
Source (S24736)
41078 White County Marriage Records, Part of Book I: January 11, 1859 to June 11,
1881, Van Buren County Historical Society, 1985.
1860 White County,TN census, p. 20 
Source (S24739)
41079 White County Marriage Records, Part of Book I: January 11, 1859 to June 11,
1881, Van Buren County Historical Society, 1985.
1860 White County,TN census, p. 20;RUSSELL,Richard:FGR 
Source (S31261)
41080 White County Marriage Records, Part of Book I: January 11, 1859 to June 11,
1881, Van Buren County Historical Society, 1985. 
Source (S40835)
41081 White County, Tennessee Minutes 1814 
Source (S36955)
41082 White County, Tennessee, Queries


I am seeking information on the KIRBY FAMILY of White Co., TN. My GT GT Grandfather is JOHN LABON KIRBY b Nov 10, 1835 in White Co., TN m HANNAH MILLER. Their son IRA is my Gt Grandfather and his son CLYDE RODNEY KIRBY is my grandfather. Any info will be appreciated. Will be glad to share info I have.
Lela Kirby
Submitted on Tue Aug 27 11:34:36 MDT 2002
Kirby, John Laban "Laban" (I23541)
41083 White County, Tennessee, Queries

Seeking information on the parents of Robert GAMBLE. Robert was born 6 Mar 1780
in VA (maybe old Halifax County or Amelia County). He may have married his first
wife in Amelia County (name unknown) circa 1800. Robert had two brothers, Andrew
and John. The brothers were born between 1775 and 1795.
By 1808, Robert and Andrew had removed to White County, TN. In 1811, Robert was
a founding elder of the Old Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church in White
County, TN. By 1812, their brother John Gamble had joined them in White County.
After the 1820 Census, John had migrated elsewhere or had died. Robert stayed as
well as Andrew and his son. From 1864-1868, Andrew's son Andrew J GAMBLE, served
as sheriff of White County, TN. Robert lived near Sparta until finally moving to
Van Buren County, TN where he died on 14 Oct 1862. He is buried at Forsythe
Cemetery, on Raymond Guy's farm, off Creek Road.
Around 1823-1824, Robert GAMBLE married Margaret GILLENTINE (daughter of
Nicholas GILLENTINE and Jane Elizabeth TeRRY)
Donald Johnson
Submitted on Thu Feb 7 19:23:54 MST 2002
Gamble, Isaiah (I24968)
41084 White County, Tennessee, Queries


Please share any info on family of: Thomas HILL 1759-1849 and Catherine SHROPSHIRE 1760-1854.


Elijah b 1784,
James b 1786,
Abner b 1788,
Jane b 1789 m Robert BATES,
William b 1790,
Winkfield b 1792 m Patsy ANDERSON,
Hannah b 1796,
Cynthia b 1799,
Thomas, Jr. b 1804.

This HILL family came from NC, arrived in White Co. abt 1810. Thomas Hill, Sr collected Rev War Pension in White Co. and died there.

Abner HILL was 'messsenger' of Sinking Creek Baptist Church 1810.

Who did the children marry?

How was John SHROPSHIRE related to Catherine SHROPSHIRE HILL?

Was Thomas HILL, Sr related to the Richard HILL noted in early Deed Records Books of White Co.?


Kathleen Hill -- 2206 Bataan Road, Redondo Beach, CA 90278
Submitted on Fri May 11 00:39:06 MDT 2001

Hill, Thomas Smithers (I25197)
41085 White County,Tennessee Deed Abstracts:1801-1820, abstracted by Joyce Martin
Murray, p. 79:

"Volume E, Page 422 Indenture 31 Jan 1815

ABEL HUTSON to CASON SWINDELL, $60.00 paid, tr of 95 acres on Caney fork. Wit: ISAIAH HUTSON, ARCHIBALD HUTSON."

Was there more than a contractual relationship between Abel and Cason? There may have been some kind of family-tie...DAH.

Notes for CASON SWINDELL: Cason, his wife Elizabeth Condrey traveled to Yanceyville, Caswell Co,NC, where they resided for a few years. Then around 1820 Cason,Elizabeth and their five children trveled to White Co, TN, where they settled to Farming and tending a Saw Mill and Grist Mill. Cason's will dated November 16, 1838 - names wife Elizabeth, and youngest son - Samuel C. Swindle 
Swindle, Cason Sr. (I2037)
41086 White County,Tennessee,Queries;;8 Apr 2001 Source (S35981)
41087 White or Warren Co. Cantrell, Reverend Isaac M. (I3983)
41088 White or Warren Co. Davis, Tennessee "Tennie" (I25894)
41089 Whitehaven is a small town and port on the coast of Cumbria , England , which lies equidistant between the county's two largest settlements. Click here for a map and history of Whitehaven... Whitely, Joseph Jr. (I33892)
41090 Whitlock and FreemanView Thread | Post Response | Return to Index | Read
Posted By: Charles Page

Date: Thursday, 30 May 2002, at 10:57 p.m.

I'm looking for ancestors of James Whitlock born 1790 in Virginia and died about 1870 in Warren Co. He married Sarah Freeman July 25 1857. She was born about 1830 in North Carolina. Their children are Sarah Jane, James T., Bettie Ann, Susan M., Mary F. and Margaretta M. (my great grandmother). Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Charles Page 
Whitlock, James (I12078)
41091 Whitlock,Roy;Pedigree Source (S15165)
41092 Whitney Messenger
Friday, November 23, 1990

Mrs. Jewell Hennessee

Mrs. Jewell Hennessee, age 95 of Whitney, died Friday morning, November 16, 1990 at the Park Plaza Nursing Home. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, November 18, at the Marshall and Marshall Chapel in Whitney. Reverend Kenneth Stevens officitiating. Burial was in the Whitney Memorial Park.

Mrs. Hennessee was born January 28, 1895 in Bosque County, the daughter of John Henry and Penelope Hayes Mallory. She was a retired telephone operator and lived in Whitney most of her life. She married T.O. Hennessee, February 11, 1917 and he died July 4, 1967. She was a member of the First Baptist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star in Whitney.

She is survived by one daughter, Juanita Montgomery of Whtiney; three grandchildren, Conita Jean Lester of Kaufman, Charles Ronald Montgomery of Garland, and a foster grandson, Jesse Ramon of Garland; six great grandchildren and four great great granchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. 
Mallory, Jewel (I27416)
41093 who died in 1471 of wounds received at the Battle of Barnet... Blount, William Harrison (I37713)
41094 Who is the mother of Orbin & James who were both born before the marriage
date of 1897? 
Grissom, Orbin (I23692)
41095 who married and had descendants in White Co., Arkansas...Thomas G. Webb Magness, John (I32160)
41096 Who was first wife?...DAH Boyd, William (I22038)
41097 Who was her first marriage? Cantrell, Edith Faye\Caroline (I10258)
41098 who was the second of the four daughters of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, 1st Baron Badlesmere, of Badlesmere in Kent and Margaret de Clare. Badlesmere, Lady Maude de Countess of Oxford (I43503)
41099 Who were the parents of Solon J. Keltner, age 47 (Aug 1852), MO TN TN, living in Kaufman Co., TX, in 1900?Wife, Mary H. 44 KY KY KY, married 15 years, 0 children. A foster/adoped son, Oliver, age 13 TX TX TX was living with them.Solon J. was living one household away from another Keltner connected family, Henry Bailey and his fil, William House.William House had been married to the late Mary Keltner, daughter of Emanuel and Pernina Keltner of Giles Co., TN.Their daughter the late Rachel House, was the first wife of Henry Bailey.

In 1910 Commanche Co., OK, was a S.J. Keltner, age 58 MO TN TN.Wife, Prisa (Pricily in 1900) 44 KY KY KY, married (X2 both) 5 years, daughter Benna 4 TX MO KY, and 5 Hicks stepchildren.Believe he is the same person in 1900 Kaufman Co., TX.

Could Solon J. have been the Jasper Keltner, age 26 MO, listed in the 1880 Greene Co., MO, census, with a wife Victory, age 30 GA, and two daughters, Ida, age 7 MO and Dara, age 3 MO?And, therefore, the son, Jasper, listed for Absoleum and Margaret Keltner of Christian Co., MO?

Wasn't finnished 6)bro. John L. went to Texas like this guy did 7) all of Absalom's Kids I know of had both a first and middle name. This would give a second to Jasper. 8) Even thogh the namme Solon doesn't seem To fit it sounds a lot likeSolom like the second part of his dads name and lile Solom on using the first part of his uncles name ( a stretch it seems but some of the old timers including the Mo. Keltners did such things) IF you have found anything let me know I have been searching for Jasper for many years.
Keltner, Solon J. (I15173)
41100 Why isn't she listed with Alexander in 1860 Warren Census?...DAH Hennessee, Harriet (I466)

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