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42501 Warren G. Cantrell id's him as brother to George...DAH Wilkinson, John Marion (I7849)
 
42502 Warren G. Cantrell | Premier Conservator and source for "Cantrell" records and history | 1913 Willowbend Drive, Killeen, TX 76543 | wgcantrell@aol.com Source (S4920)
 
42503 Warren G. Cantrell, premier conservator and source for "Cantrell" records
and history, 1913 Willowbend Drive,Killeen,TX 76543,"Warren County
Cemetery Book 1",p. 273 
Source (S13954)
 
42504 Warren G. Cantrell, premier conservator and source for "Cantrell" records
and history, 1913 Willowbend Drive,Killeen,TX 76543. & 1900 Warren Census,
p. 309 
Source (S16536)
 
42505 Warren G. Cantrell, Premier Conservator and source for "Cantrell" records and history,1913 Willowbend Drive, Killeen, TX 76543, wgcantrell@aol.com Source (S849)
 
42506 Warren G. Cantrell; Premier Conservator and source for "Cantrell" records and history; 1913 Willowbend Drive, Killeen, TX 76543; wgcantrell@aol.com, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Thursday, September 6th, 2018 Source (S13165)
 
42507 Warren G. Cantrell| Premier Conservator and source for "Cantrell" records and history | 1913 Willowbend Drive, Killeen, TX 76543 | wgcantrell@aol.com Source (S4905)
 
42508 Warren or Van Buren Co. Family F1472
 
42509 Was "Opechancanough" the same person as "Chief Eagle Plume"?

Michael A. Tipton says:
This question is directed to Helen C. Rountree.

I am descended from "John Dodds (or Dods)", from the Jamestown Colony. My people on the internet have claimed that he married "Jane Eagle Plume", the daughter of "Chief Eagle Plume". (I have no actual way of knowing if this was true or not.) While trying to filter though a lot of stuff on the internet, I found a person who "claimed" that "Opechancanough" was the same person as "Chief Eagle Plume". I have no idea if "Chief Eagle Plume" existed or not, or if this is the same person. I did find a reference to a translation of "Opechancanough" His name meant "He whose Soul is White" in the Algonquian language.[2] (From Wikipedia) I figured if anyone would know the answer to the question, you probably would. There are a LOT of people who are the descendants of "John Dodds" and "Jane Eagle Plume". I you can be of assistance, I would appreciate it. My email address is

Michael A Tipton
Charlotte NC
October 3 2009
michaeltipton2222@gmail.com 
Plume, Chief Eagle (I26926)
 
42510 was a member of the American Revolution.Org. He was a Private in Captain Cox's Company of the Virginia Militia from Montgomery County, Virginia 1777. Hammons, John (I24239)
 
42511 Was a musician for many years. Retired as a refrigeration engineer. Margaret living with Daniel in Washington State. Hennessee, Alton Beech "Al" (I949)
 
42512 was a retiried from the school system where she had been the coordinator. in Lawton, Comanche, Oklahoma, United States. Williamson, Judy (I37946)
 
42513 Was a Sargent in the Union Army.....33rd MO Volunteer, Co B....Died of an illness during the Civil War. Wright, James A. (I38196)
 
42514 Was a son of General Benjamin Stringfield Brittain, born 1777 and died 1865. General Brittain married Celia Vance, daughter of David Vance (Revolutionary War fame) and Celia was aunt to Governor Zebulon Vance and General Robert Vance of the Confederacy. Brittain, Marcus Lafayette "Mark" (I1192)
 
42515 Was a widower with three childeren when he married Nancy. Family genealogist
tell us that they had two children together, names unknown.
Margie Tucker notes that he was a Methodist preacher. He made his home in
Middle Tennessee until 1893 when he went to Illinois.
Son of John Preston & Susan Dulany/1860 Van Buren Census,p. 31 & "Passons",
p. 348...DAH 
Dulany, James Murray (I7193)
 
42516 was an English diplomat and politician in the Tudor era. He was born at the family home, Hever Castle, Kent, which had been purchased by his grandfather Geoffrey Boleyn, who was a wealthy mercer.

He was buried at St. Peter's parish church in the village of Hever. His parents were Sir William Boleyn (1451 - 10 October 1505) and Lady Margaret Butler (1454-1539).

He was the father of Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII of England. As such, he was the maternal grandfather of Queen Elizabeth I. 
Boleyn, Thomas 1st Earl of Wiltshire (I42405)
 
42517 Was appointed an executor, 11 February 1784, Rutherford Co.,NC, to the estate
of Jesse Walker.
Witnessed father's-in-law will, 20 October 1782, Rutherford Co.,NC. 
Rowland, Thomas (I18866)
 
42518 Was at Pearl Harbor on Dec.7, 1941...Ester Louise.
Died while salmon fishing on the Columbia River...Fletcher Hennessee

Hennessee, Harold Clyde Jr. (I1971)
 
42519 was born at Naworth Castle, Cumberland, on 27 October 1387, the son of William Dacre, 5th Baron Dacre of Gilsland, by Joan Douglas, the illegitimate daughter of Sir William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas.

Dacre married, before 20 July 1399, Philippa de Neville, the third daughter of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, by his first wife, Margaret Stafford.[1]

They had seven sons and two daughters:[2]

Sir Thomas Dacre (d. before 5 January 1458), who married Elizabeth Bowet, and by her had two daughters, Joan Dacre, suo jure 7th Baroness Dacre, wife of Richard Fiennes, and Philippa Dacre, wife of Sir Robert Fiennes.[3]
Randolph Dacre, 1st Baron Dacre of the North, who married Eleanor FitzHugh,[citation needed] by whom he had no issue. He was slain at the Battle of Towton on 29 March 1461, and attainted, whereby his title was forfeited.[4]
Humphrey Dacre, 1st Baron Dacre of Gilsland (d. 30 May 1485), who married Mabel Parr (d. 14 November 1508), and by her had six sons and three daughters.[5]
Ralph Dacre.
Richard Dacre.
George Dacre.
John Dacre.
Joan Dacre, who married Thomas Clifford, 8th Baron de Clifford.
Margaret Dacre, who married John le Scrope.
Dacre died 5 January 1458. The date of his wife Philippa's death is unknown, although she was living 8 July 1453. 
Dacre, Sir Thomas 6th Baron Dacre of Gilsland (I41359)
 
42520 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hennessee, Eva Jo (I18007)
 
42521 was buried at St Mary Magdalene New Churchyard... Brooke, Sir Thomas 8th Baron Cobham (I48266)
 
42522 was buried in the graveyard at Saint Oran's Chapel... https://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/iona/storanschapel/index.html

View images and more history of St Oran's; https://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/iona/storanschapel/index.html, (images: https://www.google.com/search?q=Saint+Oran%27s+Chapel+image&client=firefox-b-1-ab&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjcxPKjgIraAhUL71MKHcCmCYoQ7AkIQA&biw=1224&bih=826) 
Scotland, Donald II of King of Alba (I51111)
 
42523 Was cited in his step-father's house in 1900 DeKalb County Census, p. 221

end of comment 
Cantrell, John Arval "Arval" (I2090)
 
42524 was defeated at the Battle of Lumphanan and killed... Macbeth King of Alba (I51116)
 
42525 Was divorced from her first husband who was a BUSH. He had a phobia concerning germs. Would not touch a door knob without having gloves, etc.

Had no children by either marriage.

Was manager of Western Union in several location throughout Middle Tennessee. She was the manager of the Clarksville location when she retired.

Bright and Imogene lived in Alexandria, TN during their retirement years. 
Barrett, Imogene (I19826)
 
42526 Was enumerated in his father's-in-law household during the 1900 census...DAH Matthews, John Thomas (I20379)
 
42527 was executed (be-headed) for his part in the Southampton Plot. Scrope, Sir Henry le Knight, 3rd Baron Scrope of Masham (I46017)
 
42528 was firstly of the Church of England and evolved to become a Protestant of Presbyterianism... Denton, Reverend Richard III, The Immigrant (I16663)
 
42529 Was he married before?...DAH
May have first married Elizabeth SIMPSON, daughter of James SIMPSON of White
County,TN...DAH 
Gamble, Robert Sr. (I23562)
 
42530 Was in the 16th Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, C.S.A. Childrens' ages abstracted from the 1880 Warren County census - family moved to AR after 1880...Docia Moore Cantrell, Thomas Jefferson "Jefferson" (I5044)
 
42531 was in the 28th Tenn. Inf. & received CSA Pension #11639..."The Families of White County, Tennessee in 1860", "Ansearchin News", p. 133. Cunningham, Lane (I28290)
 
42532 Was in the Navy, probably stationed in Jacksonville,FL. Clontz, Robert Eugene "Bobby" (I10057)
 
42533 Was in the War of 1812 and present at the Battle of New Orleans under
Andrew Jackson...
May have had issue, Robert P. Hutson...DAH
Appointed administrator of the estate of William Fisher, 1 Dec 1862,
DeKalb Co.,TN...DAH 
Hutson, Thomas Elliott (I16911)
 
42534 Was incarcerated in early 20th century...Warren Cantrell. Cantrell, Robert Lee (I7503)
 
42535 Was Jesse her second marriage?

Denton's Station -- This settlement was established by Thomas and Sarah Enton as early as 1776 on the waters of Shawnee Run, Mercer County, Kentucky. The land actually belonged to Diana Denton, widow of John Denton who had been killed by Indians. 
How, Diana (I26687)
 
42536 Was killed during the "Battle of Atlanta" and buried there on a street bank.
May have married Rebecca Norris, 22 Oct 1855, DeKalb Co.,TN...DAH 
Womack, Solomon (I14224)
 
42537 was killed in the Battle of Perryville, Kentucky Webb, Perry Green (I8345)
 
42538 Was killed...Allison Martin, Noel Dee (I21724)
 
42539 Was left a widow with three children...Whitley. Denton, Edith "Edy" (I8581)
 
42540 was left an orphan in childhood, and went to Tennessee in 1818 Copeland, James Wilson (I21564)
 
42541 Was listed as Sidney Lane in 1870 Census. Susan had married Ephraim Lane... Lane, Sidney Shufford (I9839)
 
42542 Was listed in his brother John's house in 1880 Paulding Co. Census and
identified as a "Brother"...DAH. 
Clonts, Benjamin A. "Benny" (I10746)
 
42543 Was living in Warren Co.,TN, during the 1830's...Jack Glascow Campbell, William L. (I21561)
 
42544 Was Mattie's uncle. Woods, Drewie D. "Dude" (I15201)
 
42545 Was named after his 2 grand-fathers...Molly. Hennessee, Joseph Monroe "Joe" (I3458)
 
42546 Was not enumerated during 1840 White Co.,TN census...DAH

June 21, 2015: No further documentation is available for John Goodson...DAH 
Goodson, John L. (I54)
 
42547 Was one of the witnesses to his father-in-law's last will & testament. Gardiner, Nathaniel (I19642)
 
42548 Was orphaned and sent to state institution. History provided by DMH,Jr.,
April 16, 1991.
SSN: 143-03-2388
CA death records did not list father or mother's name...DAH
Married Cary and Marian and 2 children w Marian...Dwight 
Hennessee, Lyle Wayne (I3237)
 
42549 Was raised by Absolom Clonts...Thelma Clonts.
He was 74 and she was 72 when they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary
and had been members of the Bethel Church in Paulding Co. since 1889. They
had seven children and fifteen grand-children. 
Tidwell, W(illiam) J. Jr. (I9820)
 
42550 Was raised by her sister, Anna Clontz Gragg. Nfr. Clontz, Laura (I18159)
 
42551 Was raised by his uncle, Ephraim Davis...Susan Morris Wayne Davis, Tilman (I25896)
 
42552 Was reported as "Sarah Templeton" in VBCHJ,Vol.VII,p.72...DAH Worthington, Sarah (I24844)
 
42553 was severly wounded at the Battle of Perryville, KY., in October 1862, and he was crippled for the rest of his life. Magness, Richard Marion "Dick" (I776)
 
42554 Was stabbed by Julius Roller during a fight in the Old Bildad churchyard...
Warren Cantrell. 
Cantrell, Thomas Alexander (I9947)
 
42555 was the maternal grandfather of United States President Thomas Jefferson. Randolph was a planter, a merchant, a public official, and a shipmaster... Randolph, Colonel Isham (I41132)
 
42556 Was the pastor of the First Methodist Church, in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Potter, Eugene W(atson) (I6235)
 
42557 Was there a clerical error? Could his name be, "Thornton"?...DAH Christian, Theodore (I27374)
 
42558 Was this his second marriage?...DAH Dodson, John Jr. (I23490)
 
42559 Was three years of age wwhen he died. He was outside playing on a log, pretending it was a horse when it dislodged and rolled over crushing him in the proccess. Staton, Henry Sanford (I39466)
 
42560 Washington County, Virginia Cemetery Map... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/vawash-cemmap.htm Byars, Samuel A. (I21281)
 
42561 Washington County, Virginia Cemetery Map... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/vawash-cemmap.htm Byars, Arthur Henderson (I21286)
 
42562 Washington County, Virginia Cemetery Map... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/vawash-cemmap.htm Ryburn, Mary Jane Edmondson (I34829)
 
42563 Washington County, Virginia Cemetery Map... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/vawash-cemmap.htm Byars, Arthur Bowen McNeal "Mac" (I34830)
 
42564 Washington County, Virginia Cemetery Map... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/vawash-cemmap.htm Byars, Thomas E. (I34831)
 
42565 Washington County, Virginia Cemetery Map... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/vawash-cemmap.htm Byars, Hattie Clay (I34832)
 
42566 Washtenaw Co. Green, Melissa (I33096)
 
42567 wasn't a State until 1892, what was the recorder thinking? Dalton, George (I2624)
 
42568 Wasn't listed with Hiram P. Cantrell in 1870 DeKalb County Census...DAH. Cantrell, Elie W. (I8293)
 
42569 Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845

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Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845
Posted by: Ginger Turner Date: June 02, 2000 at 14:53:02
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James Wasson b. abt 1800, Tn. married Rebecca Williams b. 1811 NC. Moved to Sharp Co around 1845 according to census records. Before that lived somewhere in Tn. as some of their children are listed as being born there.

Their children are oldest to youngest,

James 1828, Tn.,
John Matthew 1835, Tn.,
Susan Ann 1837, Tn.,
Whit G. 1840, Tn.,
John B. 1844, Ar.,
Zackeriah 1849, Ar.,
Nancy J. 1850 Ar.,
Joel 1851, Ar.,
Sarah E. 1853, Ar.,
Martha 1854, Ar.

If someone thinks they know these people let me know. Sharp, Lawrence, Independence Co.s in Arkansas are my home turf since 1840-50's.

Related names are Baker, Cathey, Saville, Hennessee, Williams, West and Dunehew. Most came from Tennessee. The Saville's and Cathey's came down from Missouri and Indiana. If you are related to someone in the counties mentioned I am possibly related to you. Thanks for any and all help.

Followups:

Re: Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845 Vaughn, Mary R. 7/02/00
Re: Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845 Kathryn Thomas 9/07/00

Re: Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845 Vaughn, Mary R.
9/07/00
Re: Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845 Kathryn Thomas
9/08/00
Re: Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845 Ginger Turner 7/14/00
Re: Wassons, Sharp, Lawrence Co. Ar. 1845 Ginger Turner 7/14/00




http://genforum.genealogy.com/wasson/messages/617.html 
Wasson, James (I18115)
 
42570 Watkins,Chuck:ENGLAND Pedigree;faxed 14 Sep 2001;865/482-4641,103 Robin Lane,
Oak Ridge,TN 37830;865/482-7357;chuckandsheri@earthlink.net 
Source (S36061)
 
42571 Watkins,Chuck:SETTLE Pedigree;faxed 14 Sep 2001;865/482-4641,103 Robin Lane,
Oak Ridge,TN 37830;865/482-7357;chuckandsheri@earthlink.net 
Source (S323)
 
42572 Watson Family Web Site: HARTLEY Family
http://www.goasu.com/4/roster/3683/?fSession=139df4e4456d2c40f98506cf3d329d716 
Source (S26846)
 
42573 Watson Family Web Site: HARTLEY Family Source (S26845)
 
42574 Watson Potter appointed adminstrator Potter, John Bluford (I4173)
 
42575 Watson Potter, obituary, "Southern Standard", July 25, 1891,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S4266)
 
42576 Watson was one of the commissioners to lay off the town of Smithville in 1838.

1840 DeKalb Census: 20001-11001

Potter, Watson Cantrell (I3910)
 
42577 Wavie Rains Hollis, obituary, "Southern Standard", 31 Jan 1996,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S22739)
 
42578 Wavie's second husband...Saylors Roberts, Ernest (I24231)
 
42579 Wayne Whistler | Pedigree | 27 Sep 2013 | m5vette@gmail.com | 512.777.5554 Source (S51535)
 
42580 Wayne | 14 Jul 2014 | Registrant | wayneandbecky@yahoo.com Source (S1557)
 
42581 wc Source (S279)
 
42582 WCGA Aug/Sept 2014 Newsletter | speaksdm@charter.net Source (S2213)
 
42583 WCGA Bulletin 2012 Volume XXI, Nos.1 & 2, Spring & Summer Source (S45326)
 
42584 WCGA Bulletin Vol. XIX Nos. 1-2 Spring and Summer |
"Ancestors of Jeremy Lynn Brown" | with footnotes |
Author unnamed 
Source (S1149)
 
42585 WCGA Bulletin Vol. XIX Nos. 1-2 Spring and Summer |
"Queries" | Lenny Green | lennygreen@sbglobal.net 
Source (S37263)
 
42586 WCGA Bulletin Vol. XIX Nos. 1-2 Spring and Summer, page 30

Nora Hennessee - appeared in the production of "Princess Kiku", Friday, January 14, 1910, the Opera House, as a lady-in-waiting supporting role..."Oyuki San". 
Hennessee, Nora Belle (I2736)
 
42587 WCGA Bulletin, Vollume XXIII, Fall & Winter 2014 Source (S4091)
 
42588 WCGA Bulletin, Vollume XXIII, Fall & Winter 2014, contributed by Reba Cantrell Prater Source (S4053)
 
42589 WCGA Bulletin, Volume XVI, Nos.1 & 2,Spring & Summer 2007;
Livy Dearing Hill, Pedigree 
Source (S23435)
 
42590 WCGA Bulletin, Volume XVII, Nos.1 & 2, 2008 Source (S20330)
 
42591 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116 
Source (S7630)
 
42592 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116 & 1860 Van Buren Census,
p. 23. 
Source (S30387)
 
42593 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116,"WC Cemetery Book II",p.110,
"Hache-Hash...",p. 141 
Source (S30373)
 
42594 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116,"WC Cemetery Book II",p.110;
"The Warren County Story",by Wiseman,p. 254 
Source (S30370)
 
42595 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116,1860 DeKalb Co.,TN Census,
p. 75 
Source (S30392)
 
42596 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116;1850 Warren Census,p.43 
Source (S30377)
 
42597 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"John Gribble",contributed by Thomas G.
Webb,835 South College Street,Smithville,TN 37116;WCCB#4,p.195 
Source (S42719)
 
42598 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"Queries",ROGERS/HILL/COPE,Marilee
Hageness,POB 2636,Anniston,AL 36202-2636
http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?rogers::hill::2072.html 
Source (S30396)
 
42599 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.3,Fall 1995,"Queries",ROGERS/HILL/COPE,Marilee
Hageness,POB 2636,Anniston,AL 36202-2636 
Source (S30394)
 
42600 WCGA Bulletin,Volume IV,No.4,Winter 1995,"Index for Entry Taker's Books of
Warren County, Tenn." 
Source (S5811)
 

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