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1 "About 1810, Stephen Roberts, accompanied by his wife and two children, removed from Connecticut to Plymouth, where he remained a few years, then removed to Union township, where he purchased seventy-five acres of unimproved land, most of which was under cultivation at this death. He was a man of marked influence in society, a leading spirit in politics and in religion, and held all the responsible offices in the town. He was seventy-five years old at the time of his death. He reared a family of eight children." Roberts, Stephen (I2017)
 
2 "According to legend, Eve Clay's exploits combined with an ungovernable temper resulted in her being labelled 'a witch'. She travelled about the State, especially Army camps telling fortunes and making prophesies. She was accompanied by a servant and they rode horseback. Her husband, David, maintained homes in both Washington and Wilkinson and when conditions got out of hand he moved along from one to the other. After David's death, Eve was reported to have married a man named Thomas Wynn. Some say he was a Pearson. She turned on him and it is told he left the country and returned to England."

pages 186-187: THE WELSH WITCH WOMAN

"Sept. 26, 1792, Eve Hardin was married to David Clay in Warren County, Georgia. Presumably she was living at that time either with her brother Adam or her Uncle Isaac. Very little is known of her married life except that which is included in The Georgia Branch of the Virginia Clays and Their Celebrated Cousins" but what we do know is rather unfavorable. She had a violent temper, was self-willed and could not be reasoned with when her temper was aroused. David Clay was a man of
considerable property and owned a plantation in Washington County and one in Wilkinson County. When when she was overcome with one of these rages he quietly removed himself to his Washington County Plantation until the storm blew over when all was quiet until the next time.

Her husband died before 1820 and more minute part of this sketch begins with her widowhood.

After her husband's death she remarried but the marriage was not happy. Her second husband sent her to my grandfather's on the pretext that he was sick. He was living at that time in what is now Terrell Co. and Eve was living in Wilkinson. She went horse back carrying a negro woman with her. When she returned
home she found that her husband, negroes and mules had disappeared. She was left with lands, a horse and one negro. She immediately set out in pursuit of her husband and slaves and followed them to some place either on the Gulf near Port St. Joe or Savannah. The family are not exactly agreed as to the place, but wherever it was her husband and negroes had taken ship and that was the last she ever knew of either. Whether this deranged her mind or whether she had been of the same disposition all along I do not know but now began a peculiar kind of life.

In personal appearance she was of medium size with gray eyes and at the time of which I write her hair was white. It was probably auburn in earlier life. She was restless, filled with boundless energy, without shame and of a most determined disposition and violent temper.

She had a great store of Welsh superstitutions and of Scotch Closeness. She united these and practiced the profession of Palmistry and "fortune-telling." In this she traveled considerable distances, usually going horseback and carrying her
serving woman with her. The practice of her profession proved profitable and she was accustomed to have in her possession considerable amounts of silver. She went as far as Savannah, and even to the Gulf Ports and wherever she went her art was in demand. Her temper, and rather uncanny skill in foretelling or rather guessing the coming future events, built for her quite a reputation. This with her age and appearance and perculiar conduct soon attracted to her the appelation of "The Witch Woman".

Her children disapproved of this kind of existence and every effort was made by them to get her to abandon her fortune telling and these excursions but without avail. The struggle between Eve and her children over this, was long and persistent, with Eve continuing to do as she pleased. The children finally scattered out and Peyton Clay built Eve a house near his home. Here she lived for a number of years all alone and it was here that Mrs. Susie Gilbert knew her. Her serving woman appears from the scene no more and from now on we find Eve travelling on foot. Peyton Clay was wealthy and it is presumed that there was a deliberate attempt made to prevent these excursions, but to no avail. She was too independant to ask for a horse or to be carried and on more than one occasion traveled from Wilkinson County to Sumpter and Terrel Counties on foot. Her children would send her back when her time was out." 
Hardin, Eve (I2490)
 
3 "B. ELIJAH FANN (Notice he used the FANN spelling) was born on 17 July 1788 and died 5 Jan 1844 in Early (now Miller) Co, GA. He married MARTHA RICH in 1807 in Burke Co, GA according to Martha's 1855 application for a land grant. MARTHA RICH was born on 3 Sept 1795 and died in Miller County on 10 May 1859. Travis Fenn, believed to be the father of Elijah, was living in Burke County in 1807. Travis has a court record dated 9 Jan 1806 in Burke County.
Dot Arthur, POB 1635, Panama City, FL 32402 has copied information from her great grandmother's family Bible giving Elijah & Mary's dates of birth and death, and Joe T. Smith, 423 Meadowlark Dr., Albany, GA 31707 has done extensive research on Elijah & Martha (Rich) Fann.
Neither knows who Elijah's father is, but suspect Travis Fenn may be. Elijah is named as a possible son of Travis Fenn.
Elijah Fenn enlisted in the army on 23 Aug 1813, at age 18, for service in the War of 1812
(NOTE: He was actually about 25 when he enlisted.) He served in the same military unit during the War of 1812 as Zacheus Fann, son of Travis Fann. John Fann, Jr. was also in the same unit. John Fann Jr. was a son of John Fann Sr., a brother of Zachariah. They served as Privates in Capt. Thomas Company of Infantry, Wimberly's Brigade, Georgia Militia. The three Fanns were discharged at Darrien, GA and paid $32.52 ($8 per month pay + $.16 per day for food for 4 days). They left for their homes in Dublin, Laurens Co., GA, a distance of about 200 miles.
On 21 July 1855, Martha Fenn of Decatur Co., GA, age 67, resident of Early Co., GA, widow of Elijah Fenn who died in Early Co. on 5 Jan 1844, applied for Bounty Land for his service in the War of 1812, giving her name before marriage as Martha Rich and saying that they were married "about 1807" in Burke Co, GA. (Bounty Land Warrant Application #42382-160-55)
The deaths of Elijah and Martha Fenn are recorded in the Bibble of Leonidas Duke Sr and his wife Melvina Fann." 
Fenn, Elijah (I422)
 
4 "In Limerick, Ireland, a blustery and thundering Sunday took a turn for the worse as a tornado cut a 150-foot swath through the city with winds estimated at 115 mph. Because the city took a direct hit, the damage was significant particularly in the market areas that were thankfully not busy because it was Sunday and the weather was so inclement." Ancestry Weekly Journal, 9 March 2008
http://www.ucd.ie/gsi/pdf/30-2/tornado.pdf?sssdmh=dm13.161774

Patrick Nestor Sr. came from County Limerick, Ireland all the way to the United States only to have life cut short by typhoid-pneumonia. This was researched by his great grand-son, Dr. John Oliver Nestor. The family had started out in Vermont, where Patrick was a quarryman. Patrick Jr. and Ellen Nestor were both born there, but the family did not stay long. Some time before 1865 they migrated south to Sussex County, New Jersey, where Patrick Sr. and his oldest daughter, Hanora, died. I have not yet found the family in the 1860 census to determine where they lived at that time. There were a few Patrick Nestors listed in Vermont, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, but none seem to be a match for this family.

Patrick's wife preceded him in death (although I do not know the date or place of her death). His older daughter, Nora, also died in 1870, the same year as he did, probably of the same cause. Patrick Sr's younger daughter, Ellen lived until 1906 and stayed with a couple different families, but died before she was married. That left Patrick Jr. as the sole survior who carried on the line. An orphan at 13, Patrick was taken in by the family of Thomas Nestor, likely a brother or other close relative of his father. Thomas had a son, Thomas Jr., the same age as Patrick.

Some time after Patrick Jr. grew up, he erected tombstones for his father and sisters in Sussex County, New Jersey. Patrick Sr's tombstone reads, "Patrick Nestor 1813-1870 ("Erected by his son")." Upon my request, the New Jersey State Archives searched for a death record for Patrick Nestor Sr. from 1867-1878, but did not find one. 
Nestor, Patrick Sr. (I281)
 
5 "Marriages of Wake County North Carolina 1770-1868", Compiled by Brent H. Holcomb Indexed by Elizabeth P. Bently, Baltimore , Genealogical publishing Co., Inc 1983. Found in North Carolina State Library, Raleigh NC:

Reach, William & Polly George, 26 July 1793; Joseph Bennet, bm (page 257) 
Family F1909
 
6 "These particular abstracts are taken from the Georgia messinger [sic ... and the Georgia journal and messenger .." Georgia Journal and Messenger: 15 Apr 1847-13 Nov 1869
Includes index.
ISBN/ISSN 0893083402
LCCN 88060929
529 p.; 24 cm. 
Source (S989)
 
7 (Medical):"In a skirmish in front of Richmond Virginia on June 2nd 1864 he was struck by a minnie[runnie?] ball in the left breat and died from it immediately." Wilson, Uriah (I1074)
 
8 (Medical):(b) acute cholesystitis with cholelithiosis with perforation-7 days, (c) op exlaporty with drainage of G.B. -March 13, 1966
II. small bowel obstruction, (1) congestive failure of heart, (2) acute & chron. due to collapse
 
Connolly, Delia Frances (I251)
 
9 (Medical):(b) severe coronary sclerosis & Ischemia-?, (c) arteriosclerosis-years; II. chronic hypertensive heart disease Reilly, John Edward (I250)
 
10 (Medical):According to family tradition, Peter went to Shickshinny late one Saturday afternoon to bring back supplies. There was a bad ice storm and as he was coming home he slipped and fell, broke his leg, and froze to death. Peter is the first person buried in Sorber Cemetery in Reyburn Township.
 
Gregory, Peter Sr. (I2007)
 
11 (Medical):According to Lisa Ann Cumby: Family tradition says that when her son Isaac Parks was born he was very sick. She thought that he would die and she prayed that God would take the sickness from her baby and put it on her. Sarah died of typhoid fever less than two months after Issac Parks was born. Gilreath, Sarah E. (I190)
 
12 (Medical):Autopsy findings showed mycardial infarction - antero, and lateral coronary ideroses. Nestor, William Clare (I349)
 
13 (Medical):had a physical disability Connolly, Thomas P. (I4154)
 
14 (Medical):Had Dysentary Stone, Jane Elizabeth (I379)
 
15 (Medical):Kay was taken to Arlington Hospital with kidney failure on 10 Apr 2006. Reilly, Katherine Margaret (I363)
 
16 (Medical):See attached sources. Oliver, John Jr. (I94)
 
17 (Medical):See attached sources. Rich, Robert "Lloyd" Sr. (I178)
 
18 (Medical):See attached sources. Harrell, Cecil (I179)
 
19 (Medical):See attached sources. Gilreath, Jennings "Bryan" (I189)
 
20 (Medical):See attached sources. Gilreath, Marcus Leander (I273)
 
21 (Medical):She died from a severe bloodstream infection resulting from an obstetric delivery or procedure. Hurley, Katherine (I255)
 
22 (Medical):Surname: SARAH CLAY
Year: 1860
County: TERRELL CO.
State: GA Age: 45
Gender: F
Month of Death: OCT
State of Birth: GA
Occupation: NONE LISTED
Cause of Death: DIARRHEA 
Jones, Sarah A. "Sallie" (I2488)
 
23 (Medical):Traditional accounts in the family of his grandaughter, Anna (Taliaferro) McCrary, state that he was killed while crossing the Potomac on a flat-boat and only a few of his men escaped death. Taliaferro, Captain Richard (I2714)
 
24 (Medical):Venie chewed snuff. This could have been a contributory factor. According to a 1983 interview with her daughter Chloe, Venie's neck became very enlarged. She was treated with "deep seated x-rays" and the swelling went away for a time. Hendren, Thenia Lavenia (I274)
 
25 (Research):

1 Aug 2006

On Sunday afternoon, Sharon lost her battle with lung cancer. Bruce was sitting on Sharon's right, holding her hand, and I was on her left, holding the other hand. The house was quiet and we watched her take her last breath. The pain was ever present no matter how intense the medicine; however hospice tried in every way to make her comfortable. Now, she is. Lung cancer is a horrible disease.

Sharon's children are doing well. With so many people around and with so many activities, they are in a whirl at this time. The intensity will hit them after all quiets and they feel the need for her being. Bruce, Ed and I are also caught up in preparations, phone calls, plans - the usual after a death - but for us the sadness is being cradled within no matter what we are doing. The end of her pain is our great consolation.

Since Sunday I have pondered whether to tell you before the funeral or after. I have been conflicted because I do not want any of you to feel the urgency to be here with us. The viewing and the service are being held late in the day so that Sharon's and Bruce's friends who work will be able to attend. Bruce has lived in this county all his life and Sharon for 20 years. They have acquired many friends. Just knowing that you will all be with us spiritually, and I know you will be, is enough. All through this past year, you have all shown interest, caring and love. We know that you are hurting, too. You have our permission to remain comfortably in your home thinking, crying or praying, because someone we have loved is missing.

Sadly,
June 
Bitzer, Sharon Gail (I1109)
 
26 (Research):
He is listed for poll tax in the tax lists of Surry County from 1771 through 1775. On October 2, 1779 in Wilkes County, he married Sarah Hickerson. The state census of Wilkes County in 1787 and the Federal Census of Wilkes County in 1790 seem to indicate that they had two sons and one daughter. They also owned one slave.

Daniel was granted land on South Beaver Creek on New River in Ashe County in October 1782. He settled in Beaver Creek. The camp at Beaver Creek was a land mark in 1778 when Ben Cleveland entered the property adjoining it.

Another possible child of Daniel and Sarah is Susan Vannoy (abt 1803-about 1883), who married on Nov 21, 1882 in Wilkes County to George McNeil (May 17, 1802- April 21, 1878), born in Wilkes county to James and Mary Shepherd McNeil. George and Susan reared a family of eight children in the Millers Creek section of Wilkes County. They are buried in the McNeil-Faw-Riggs Family Cemetery on the east side of Highway NC16 about a mile and a half north of Millers Creek.

Lisa Cumby: lcumby@yadtel.net 
Vannoy, Daniel (I2094)
 
27 (Research):
SECTION 24 T3N R6W

NE/NE 24 3N 6W HALL ZACHARIAH 12290 H 1896/07/27
SE/NE 24 3N 6W ELLIS ALEXANDER 4430 H 1884/10/15
SW/NE 24 3N 6W RITTER HENRY F 12616 H 1896/11/16
NE/SE 24 3N 6W ELLIS ALEXANDER 4430 H 1884/10/15
SE/SE 24 3N 6W MCDONALD CATHARINE 12 H 1873/01/06
W/SE 24 3N 6W ROGERS WILLIAM 12455 C 1856/06/16
E/SW 24 3N 6W ROGERS WILLIAM 12455 C 1856/06/16
SW/SW 24 3N 6W ROGERS WILLIAM 12455 C 1856/06/16
NW/SW 24 3N 6W ROGERS HENRY 8573 H 1891/11/16
SE/NW 24 3N 6W RITTER HENRY F 12616 H 1896/11/16
NW/NW 24 3N 6W SADDLER JOHN F 1516 H 1879/06/21 
Sadler, John (I4018)
 
28 (Research): Lloyd played golf and one time he took some of his grandkids out to the Bainbridge Country Club and let them ride with him in his cart. Jack's daughter, Charlotte, was a toddler at the time and she managed to accidently get behind the golf cart just as Pappy was backing out. He did not hear her screaming for a bit, but she came out mostly unharmed.
The whole family attended First Presebyterian Church.
One of Lloyd's fingers was cut off in a motorcycle accident. He was riding in a side car to the motercycle at the time.


Social Security Number: 252-46-5029

Notes on the New Orleans COTTON EXCHANGE:
The New Orleans Cotton Exchange was organized in 1871 by a group of cotton merchants and bankers for the purpose of facilitating trade and regulating prices. It provided a central bureau for the latest news about the movement of the commodity and its fluctuating values. The first Cotton Exchange was in a building on the corner of Carondelet and Gravier Streets. On the same corner in 1883, the second Exchange opened in a new structure, ornamented with large allegorical figures. Demolished in the 1920s, this building was replaced by the third Exchange to be erected on the site. Although the building still stands, the institution of the Cotton Exchange and most other commodity-specific exchanges have all but been eliminated by federal regulations and changing business practices.

http://nutrias.org/~nopl/mss/cotton.htm
The New Orleans Cotton Exchange was founded in 1871. Its constitution, adopted on January 24 of that year, stated the organization's purposes as:
...to provide and maintain suitable rooms for a "Cotton Exchange" in the City of New Orleans; to adjust controversies between members; to establish just and equitable principles, uniform usages, rules and regulations, and standards for classification, which shall govern all transactions connected with the cotton trade: to acquire, preserve and disseminate information connected therewith; to decrease the risks incident thereto; and generally to promote the interests of the trade, and increase the facilities and the amount of the cotton business in the City of New Orleans.
To further these goals, the Exchange had, in addition to its board of directors and officers, several committees, each devoted to a particular aspect of the institution's overall activities. These committees dealt with membership, information & statistics, trade, classification & quotations, finance, credits, and books.
By the early 1960s the Exchange was suffering from the decline in volume in trading of cotton futures. This, coupled with changes in the regulation of trading by the federal government, led to closure of the institution on July 9, 1964. An effort to revive the business as the New Orleans Cotton and Commodity Exchange in the mid-1970s did not succeed.
The Cotton Exchange occupied three successive buildings at the corner of Carondelet and Gravier Streets in the New Orleans Central Business District. While the last of these structures, built in 1920, remains standing and is known as the Cotton Exchange Building, it passed out of the hands of the Exchange in 1962. 
Rich, Robert "Lloyd" Sr. (I178)
 
29 (Research):"He Lived in Henrico Co., Virginia. Later moved to Amelia Co., then to Lunenburg Co., where he patented 2600 acres in 1756. From there he moved to North Carolina - moving again ca 1765 to Burke Co., Georgia. - He lived with son Jesse in Burke Co. - Died while on a visit to Abraham in Hancock Co., GA."

Source: Carlos Womack "Descendants of William Womack and Mary Jane Allen" 1990 edition.

According to Richard III's petitions for grants, he was in Georgia as early as June 1765. He seems to have acquired 700 acres at the junction of Rocky Comfort and Duhart Creeks, about 4.5 miles from the present day town of Louisville in Jefferson County.

Deeded land to the Richard Jr in a land swap between the two involving land in Lunenberg and Halifax Counties. Now, this was in 1759, the papers are abstracted in Carlos' book (although I actually found the notes someplace else in my folders on the Cody family). These would be from loose papers, 1750-1764 Prince Edward Co. VA, Chancery Court.

Source: Ann McDonald

DAR rec. thru Nora W. Smith by Evelyn Rees Womack Richard III first lived in Henrico Co VA. By 1739 he was buying land in Amelia Co VA. By 1765 he was in Burke Co NC. Land records: 22 Sep 1739. Consideration: 20 shillings. To Richard Womack 200 acres in Amelia Co., both sides of Tommchitton Swamp. "Beginning at a corner Hiccory on the lower side of the said Swamp thence west two hundred and twenty-four poles to a faced corner near a branch on the upper side of the Swamp. Thence south fifteen degrees east one hundred and ninety poles to a faced corner hence east twelve degrees south two hundred and ninety poles to a corner Hiccory. Thence north fourteen degrees east one hundred and fifty eight poles crossing the Swamp to a corner and thence west thirty-one degrees north one hundred and seventy-eight poles to the beginning. Signed by William Gooch, Lt. Gov. Williamsburg, VA 22 Sep 1639. Pat Bk 18 p. 383. Amelia Co Rec. Bk 1 p. 322.

Deeded land to the Richard Jr in a land swap between the two involving land in Lunenberg and Halifax Counties. John Hudson to Richard Womack of the County of Henrico. Amelia Co Rec. Bk1 p. 444. 1742 John Hudson of Amelia Co and Richard Womack of Amelia Co.
In 1747 he patented 2600 acres in Lunenburg Co., VA. 25 Aug 1755 Lunenburg Co., VA original survey. Richard Womack. Deed Bk A-l pp. 46-57.

Probably he first went to North Carolina when he left Virginia. Around l765 he went to GA, near Augusta where he patented land. (Col. Rec. of GA, Vol. 9, p. 520, 6 Jun l766; Vol. 10, p. 478, May 1763; Vol. 10, p. 590, 17 Sep 1768).
Source: Joe C. Wilson

Abt., 1730 when Richard was 19, he married Ann CHILDERS (13) [1], daughter of Henry CHILDERS (10) (~1678-1726) & Lucretia JONES (~1680-~1727), in Henrico County, VA.[1] Born abt 1712 in Henrico County, Virginia. Ann died in Burke, Richmond County, Georgia. Alias/AKA: Nancy "Ann", or Ann Nancy, have seen it both ways.

The Childers family moved along with the Allday and Womack families from Lunenburg County, Virginia before the Revolution to the Colony of Georgia, St. George's Parish, which is now the area of Burke, Richmond and Hancock Counties in the state of Georgia in and about Augusta. 
Womack, Richard III (I504)
 
30 (Research):"I checked with my "big" brother, John Gregory Oliver and he said Grandfathers mother was an actress on Broadway."
Paul Oliver, 4 May 2006

"My niece, Nancy Oliver Saxe has located some information given to her by Aunt Mary and it indicates Mary Moffat Oliver is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, N.Y. She also has other info re the Gregory Family which she is making copies and mailing them to me."
Paul Oliver, 18 May 2006 
Moffat, Mary (I2860)
 
31 (Research):"I had pictures of Grandfather and Grand Mother which I believe I gave to Ned.
Chester Gregory (Uncle Chet) went to the Alaska goldrush, was sent home because he contracted Scurvy. That's why he was in Washington."
Paul Oliver, 28 April 2006 
Gregory, Chester B. (I2010)
 
32 (Research):"Jonah ROBERTS, farmer, P.O. Pikes Creek, was born in Union township, February 27, 1815. He is the son of Ephraim and Elizabeth (Fink) Roberts, the former born in Connecticut, the latter in Pennsylvania. Ephraim was a son of Stephen and Rebecca (Richards) Roberts; the latter was twelve years of age at the time of the Wyoming Massacre, and, in company with her mother and a child, escaped from the Indians after the death of her father, Elisha Richards. About 1810, Stephen Roberts, accfompanied by his wife and two children, removed from Connecticut to Plymouth, where he remained a few years, then removed to Union township, where he purchased seventy-five acres of unimproved land, most of which was under cultivation at this death. He was a man of marked influence in society, a leading spirit in politics and in religion, and held all the responsible offices in the town. He was seventy-five years old at the time of his death. He reared a family of eight children: His son, Ephraim, began life in Union township as a farmer, on seventy-five acres of land, on which he built and which he improved to a great extent. He was a man of industry and enterprise, and during his life did much for the advancement of agricultural pursuits. Ephraim Roberts died November 30, 1862, at the age of seventy-seven years. His family consisted of ten children, eight of whom grew to maturity, and four of whom are now living. Johah is the sixth in the family in order of birth, and has always confined himself to farming. In his younger days he was an inveterate hunter, and succeeded in killing as many as two hundred deer, on of which weighed two hundred and sixteen pounds with the hide on. In November, 1836, he married Miss Mary Ann, daughter of Stephen and Myra Evans. This union resulted in the birth of eight children who grew to maturity, six of whom are still living: Ephraim, Elizabeth, Evaline, Rachel A., Francis A. and Samantha L. Mrs. Roberts was born in Plymouth, October 23, 1815, and in early life was a competent school teacher. They removed from Union to Lake township, in 1839, on a lot of sixty acres of wild land which, by hard and honest toil, he brought under cultivation. He made many marked improvements then, which today attract attention. Mr. Roberts is a worthy citizen of his native county, who has served her well in various offices. Politically, he is a Republican." Roberts, Jonah (I549)
 
33 (Research):"Reuben was named justice when the county assumed its present size in 1777 and a lieutenant in the county militia when it was gearing up for war. He served as a vestryman of Camden Parish until 1779 when he resigned, refusing to pay taxes through the Church of England." (An Intimate History of the American Revolution in Pittsylvanis Co., VA, by Frances Hurt)

Notes for RUBEN (*) PAYNE, ESQ.: DAR Index Capt. Civil Service Virginia

1755 "Edward Wade acknowledged his deed to Reuben Payne. Mary wife of said Wade, relinquished her right of dower. Court April 22, 1755 pg. 13 Halifax Order Book 2 Part 1

1756 "Reuben Payne returned a report on road he was on committee to view. October 21, 1756 Pg. 175 Halifax Order Book 2 Part 1

1757 April 15, 1757 survey for Reuben Payne 404 acres on the S. fork of panther Cr beginning at Robert ........ Corner... P. 83 Old Survey Book I 1746-1782 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marion Dodson Chiarito FF

1765 June 1765 survey for Reuben Payne 363 acres ....White.... Creek Banister .....
P. 121 Old Survey Book I 1746-1782 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marion Dodson Chiarito FF

1767 Tithables Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Reuben Payne 1 150
THE HISTORY of PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA APPENDIX I FIRST LIST OF TITHABLES OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, YEAR 1767 page 277
John Payne, John Payne, Jr., & Greenwood Thomas Payne.Joseph Cunningham (Charlotte). Abraham Payne, negroes Elijah Farris. Zachery & Vilet. , Reuben Payne. Ross & Sarah.

1774 June 8, 1774 from Reuben Payne of Pittsylvania, to William Jones of Pittsylvania, for 50 pounds, about 376 acres in Pittsylvania on the north side of Banister River, and bounded by Cannon, Gray. Signed Reuben payne. Wit. none. Recorded July 28, 1774. Agness, the wife of the said Reuben, relinquished her right of dower to the lands convyed.
P. 50 pg. 10, 11 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book 1774-1778 TLC Genealogy FF

1774 July 27, 1764 ( sic 1774 apparently intended) from Reuben Pain of Pittsylvania to Joseph Midkiff of Pittsylvania, for 20 pounds, 300 acres in Pittsylvania, being part of a tract granted to the said Reubin Pain by patent dated August 1, 1772, and bounded by Kannon, Gray. signed Reuben Pain. Wit. none. Recorded July 28, 1774. Agness, the wife of the said Reuben, relinquished her right of dower to the lands conveyed.

P. 65 pg. 12 Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Deed Book 1774-1778 TLC Genealogy FF
1775 Pittsylvania County Militia Officers, 1775 (From copy in Deed Book 4.) Reuben Payne nominated Officer of Militia by Committee of Pittsylvania Co., Virginia September 27th, 1775

*"An Intimate History of the Revolution in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia" Hurt
1776 February 26, 1776 from James Slone of Pittsylvania Co., to Reuben Pain of Pittsylvania, for 104 pounds, about 181 acres in Pittsylvania on the south side of Banister River, and Bounded by (trees). Signed James (X his mark) Slone. Wit. Jno Cox, edm'd Paine. Wm Payne, Edmund Fitzgerald. Recorded May 23, 1776
P. 206 pg. 31 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book 1774-1778 TLC Genealogy FF

1776-78 Fought Indians*

1777-1783 was Justice of the Peace Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Capt. County Militia*
THE HISTORY of PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA APPENDIX III EARLY JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
...... Robert Payne,....., Reuben Payne,..... Gents.

1777 THE HISTORY of PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA CHAPTER XII PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY IN 1777
"It is agreed by the Court that the next court to be held for the county to be on the lands of Jeremiah Worsham where the same is established near Hickey's Road." In August 1777, the Court of Pittsylvania was removed to Cherrystone Meeting House Spring, and in the absence of court buildings the meeting house was repaired and given over to the use of the court, where its sessions were held until after the close of the Revolution. The Cherrystone Meeting House Spring is situated in the ravine to the north of Depot Hill, and in this ravine were located the first court buildings at Chatham. The justices presiding on that court day were Thomas Dillard, John Wilson, Benjamin Lankford, Stephen Coleman, Crispen Shelton, George Carter and Reuben Payne. Among the many matters disposed of by the court a license was granted William Short to keep a tavern at the Court House; Joseph Terry was appointed surveyor of the road from the Halifax line to the Old Town, as Peytons-burg was often called; Colonel Wilson, Major Lankford, Captain Witcher and Reuben Payne were ordered to let the building of a prison and also the "Hull of a Courthouse thirty two by twenty four Shingled Ruff."

1777 THE HISTORY of PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA CHAPTER XII PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY IN 1777
George Carter to Richard Gwynne's Company. Stephen Coleman to his own Company. Reuben Payne to his own Company.

1777 THE HISTORY of PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA CHAPTER XII PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY IN 1777
It was represented to the Governor that after the division of the county two of the commission appointed for the trial of tories were in Henry County, and that John Wimbish, Crispen Shelton, William Todd, William Short and Reuben Payne were suitable and fit persons to form a commission. p. 165-166

1777 Bond. We, John Donelson Jr., John Wilson, and William Witcher of Pittsylvania, bind ourselves to John Wilson, William Witcher, George Carter, and Reuben Payne Esq, Pittsylvania J Ps, in the sum 1000 pounds this September 25, 1777, to insure that John Donelson shall truly perform the office o Surveyor in Pittsylvania. Recorded September 25, 1777.
P. 413, pg. 53 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book 1774-1778 TLC Genealogy FF

1778 February 25, 1778 from Reuben Pain of Pittsylvania County to Edmund Fitzgarrel of Pittsylvania, for 125 pounds about 100 acres in Pittsylvania on the north side of Banister River, and bounded by Dry branch called the haw Dreen (branch). Signed Reuben Pain Wit. none. Recorded February 26, 1778.
P. 469 pg. 60 Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Deed Book 4 1774-1778 1991 TLC Genealogy FF

1779 "Another family of Paynes was equally prominent- that of Reuben, William, and Philemon. They owned large grants of land in Pittsylvania, moving here from Essex County, They were the sons of Thomas Payne."
"Served as vestryman of Camden Parish until 1779 when he resigned, refusing to pay taxes through the Church of England", "An Intimate History of the Revolution in Pittsylvania County, Virginia"

1779-81 Southern Campaign (against Indians)*

1780 Surveyed April 21, 1780 for Reuben Payne 337 acres of Land on Banister River
P. 337 Old Survey Book I 1746-1782 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marion Dodson Chiarito FF

1782 Heads of Household Virginia Reuben Payne 6 whites 2 blacks

1782 April 15, 1782 Surveyed for Reuben Payne 400 acres of Land on the South branches of Banister River
P. 365 Old Survey Book I 1746-1782 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marion Dodson Chiarito FF

1782 720 acres transfered to Reuben Payne by Henry McDaniels, order April 15,
1782 by Joshua Stone. Tract near Shocko Cr. part of a property of 976 acres surveyed for Henry McDaniels June 10, 1772.
P.275 Old survey Book I 1746-1782 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Marion Dodson Chiarito FF

1783 Reuben Payne - Justice of Peace Pittsylvania County, Virginia

1785 Virginia Head of Household
Reuben Payne 7whites 1 dwelling, 6 buildings pg. 100

1790 Census Virginia Reuben Payne 7-1-6 pg. 100

1792 April 10, 1792 from Reuben Payne of Pittsylvania, to William Hardy of Pittsylvania, for 50 pounds, about 100 acres in Pittsylvania on the north side of Shocko Cr, and bounded by William Willis, Henry McDaniel's line near the mountain, Hinton. signed Reuben Payne. Wit. Jas. Johnson, W W Shelton, Gabriel Shelton, Edmond Fitzgerreld, R Johnson, Thos Payne. Recorded June 18, 1792.
P. 231 pg. 26 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC Genealogy FF
1792 December 15, 1792 from William Hardy of Pittsylvania, to William Lindsey, for 50 pounds, one certain tract of land in Pittsylvania, and bounded by a white oak below the plantation on the bank of Shockoe Cr, the side of the mountain in William Holder's line, it being the land that was conveyed to William Hardy by Edmund Fitzgerrald on behalf of Reuben Pain, containing about 150 acres. Signed William (X his mark) Hardy. Wit. Wm Craddock, Spencer Adams, Jesse Law. Recorded January 20, 1794.
P. 489 pg. 63 Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deeds 1791-1794 TLC Genealogy FF

1810 Lincoln Co., Kentucky #131 Reubin Payne

["Reuben Payne owned in 1765 in Halifax Co., VA (letter dated 21 Sept 1997 from Eva Wilkerson), "Land Grant Book 36 pg 836, 1765 from George the Third to Reuben Payne 50 acres north side of Banister River..."
Neil Payne states that " Capt. Reuben Payne came to Pittsylvania Co., VA with William & Phillemon"
Will: September 14, 1819 Probate: January 08, 1821, Lincoln Co., Kentucky] From Kevin Allen  
Payne, Reuben Esq. (I2606)
 
34 (Research):1121 Rich Benjamin 1 6 2 1
742 Rich Samuel 2 4 5
1118 Rich Joseph 1
1122 Rich Peter 1 2 1
1127 Rich John, Sr. 2 1 2
1140 Rich John, Jr. 1 3 3

1813 - General Assembly of Georgia, Acts Passed in November and
December, 1813, Vol. 1, Pg 32-35
[I found this online at Galileo]
? 4. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That Joshua
Wood, Travis Thigpen, Jesse Price, John Wolf and Gideon Hose be, and
they are hereby appointed Commissioners, who, [or a majority of them]
shall have power and authority to fix on the site of the public
buildings for the said county of Emanuel, and to purchase in behalf of
said county, a tract of land, which shall contain not less than fifty,
nor more than one hundred acres, and which shall be as near the centre
of said county as practicable, on which the public buildings of said
county shall be erected; & the said commissioners are also authorized to
lay off the said tract of land in lots at their discretion, and after
reserving to the county a sufficient number thereof for county purposes,
may sell and dispose of the remainder upon such terms, & in such manner
as they may think most conducive to the public interest; and the monies
arising therefrom shall, after paying for said tract of land, be applied
towards the building of a Court-house and Jail for said county, which
buildings the Commissioners are also authorized to let to the lowest
bidder at public outcry, giving at least thirty days notice of the time
and place of letting the same, taking bond and security from the person
contracting for the faithful performance of the contract -- provided,
that until the Court-house shall be erected, the courts shall be holden,
and elections held at the house of Stephen RICH in the said county of
Emanuel. ? 5. And be it further enacted, That if the above
Commissioners, or a majority of them, cannot or do not agree on the
place for the public scite, then and in that case, the Justices of the
Inferior court of said county are authorized to appoint some fit and
proper person to ascertain the centre of said county, and the Justices
of said court are authorised to allow him reasonable compensation for
his services, to be paid out of the county fund; AND IT IS ALSO ENACTED,
that the above commissioners, or a majority of them, shall fix the
public site thereat, or as near as conveniency will admit of. 
Rich, Stephen (I4027)
 
35 (Research):13 Jan 1920
794 Home Street
Henry Winter household, Bronx Assembly District 4, enumeration district 233, sheet 33B, dwelling 13, family 723, form National Archives microfilm T625, roll 1135, image 973
1) Henry Winter, head, married white male age 40, immigrated 1907, naturalization papers in progress, born in Vienna, Austria, speaks German, parents born in Austria, waiter, restaurant, paid rent
2) Mary Winter, wife, married white female age 38, immigrated 194[only 3 digits listed], alien, born in Ireland, parents born in Ireland, janitor, apartment house
3) Joseph Winter, son, white male age 13, immigrated on unknown date, alien, born in England, attended school
4) Percy Winter, son, white male age 11, immigrated on unknown date, alien, born in England, attended school
5) Anna Winter, daughter, white female age 8, born in NY, attended school
6) Irene Winter, daughter, white female age 7/12, born in NY

11 Apr 1930
1033 Boston Road, Block H
Henry A. Winter household, Bronx Block H, enumeration district 277, sheet 12A, dwelling 14, family 184, form National Archives microfilm T626, roll 1471, image 1030
1) Henry A. Winter, head, widowed white male age 50, born in Austria, parents born in Austria, immigrated in 1897, naturalized, waiter, restaurant, collecting unemployment, paid $45 rent, owned a radio
2) Anna H. Winter, daughter, single white female age 18, born in NY, operator, telephone
3) Irene Winter, daughter, white female age 10, born in NY, attended school
 
Long, Terrence Leo (I1045)
 
36 (Research):1741 Tho Paine #54 Voted for Wm Beverley in True and Exact Poll of the Election of Burgesses, Essex County, Virginia November 20, 1741

(named for maternal uncle Montague?)

Will: February 16, 1758, Essex Co., VA Will Book 11, pg 290.
Will of Thomas Paine
Essex County Virginia
Dated 16 Feb 1758, proved 20 Apr 1761
In the name of God amen. I Thomas Paine of the County of Essex and Parish of SouthFarnham do make and ordain my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First I give unto my sons Thomas, John and Reubin and to my four daughters Lettice, Frances, Catherine and Mary _____ Shillings sterling
to be equally divided amongst them in full of my Estate. Item I give unto my loving wife Jane five pounds sixteen shillings and my bed and furniture to her and her heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my two sons William & Phillimon all the money that I have out at interest and in the house to them and their heirs forever. Item all the money that my goods was sold for and is now out I desire my ____ be equally divided amongst my loving wife and my two sons William and Phillimon to them and their heires forever. Lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my friend _______ Montague Exor. to this my last Will and Testament. In witness thereof I have set my hand and seal this 16th Day of February 1758.
Signed Sealed in presence Thomas Paine
Delivered in presence of
John Bush
Richard Bush
Thomas A. Brooks
Contributed by: George A. Simmons

[Probate: April 20, 1761, Essex Co., Virginia, Essex Co., VA Will Book 11, pg 298.
"At a court held for Essex County at Tappahannock the 20th day of April 1761 This Last Will and Testament of Thomas Paine Dec'd was this day presented into Court by the executor therein named who made oath thereto according to Law & was proved by the oaths of Richard Bush and Thomas Brooks two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
Test. John Lee Jun. Clk. Cr."

Sarah Payne b. ca 1759/1760 (after Thomas #2's 1758 Will)
Will Book 11, page 423:
"Pursuant to an Order of Essex County Court date ye 15th day of June 1761.
We the subscribers have settled Mr. Lewis Mountague's Account of Admrs. of Thomas Paine dec'd his Estate and Divided the same agreeable to said dec'ds Will; and also Allotted Five Pounds Fifteen Shillings and nine Pence Currt. money it being a forth part of the Remainder to Sarah Paine and Infant & daughter of the said Thomas Paine who was born after the making of his will.
Witness our hands this 29th day of December 1761. signed Wm. Montague and Robert Clarke."

At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa; on the 17th day of May 1762 this Settlement and Division of the Estate of Thomas Payne dec'd was this day returned and ordered to be recorded.
Signed Test. John Lee Jun. Cl. Cr.] From Kevin Allen

"Another family of Paynes was equally prominent--that of Ruben, William, and Philemon. They owned large grants of land in Pittsylvania before it was Pittsylvania, moving here from Essex County. They were the sons of Thomas Payne." (An Intimate History of the American Revolution in Pittsylvania Co., VA by Frances Hurt) 
Payne, Thomas (I2631)
 
37 (Research):1790 Wilkes Census:
male >16: Sam Shinn
female
male >16
male <16
female
female
female
female
female
female

1800 Wilkes Census:
male >45: Samuel Shin
female >45
female 10-16
female 10-16
male <10
female <10
female <10

This is taken from the Abstracts of Land Entries, Wilkes Co., NC, part 2, 1805-1810, Pruett:

2931 (242). Aug. 3, 1908 Hiram Roussau enters 50 ac in Wilkes Co on waters of Hunting Cr; border: begins on "the" line of the land where "old " Mr. Shin formerly lived, runs E, & N.

She did not find either a will executed or a probate record filed for Sam/Samuel Shin/Shinn during the period 1780-1810 in North Carolina. Pending any further findings, I now carry Samuel's date and place of death as btw 1804-1808 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.


Groom: Samuel Shinn
Bride: Catherine Barberick
Bond Date: 25 Mar 1793
Bond #: 000010013
County: Cabarrus
Record #: 02 177
Bondsman: Leonard Barberi
Witness: John Simianer

1810 Surry Census:
male 26-45: John Shinn
female 26-45
female 10-16
male <10
female <10
female <10
female <10

Groom: Levi Shin
Bride: Hannah De Bord
Bond Date: 30 Aug 1797
Bond #: 000147319
County: Surry
Record #: 01 206
Bondsman: George Hoppes

1810 Surry Census
male 26-45: Levy Shin
female 26-45 [Hannah Debord]
male <10
female <10
female <10

Groom: Asa Lewis
Bride: Betsy Shinn
Bond Date: 21 Sep 1822
Bond #: 000145858
County: Surry
Record #: 01 139
Bondsman: Thomas B Wright

Groom: George Davis
Bride: Nancy Shin
Bond Date: 13 Oct 1829
Bond #: 000144041
County: Surry
Record #: 01 055
Bondsman: Asa Lewis

Groom: John Hanes
Bride: Rebecca Shinn
Bond Date: 23 Sep 1835
Bond #: 000144898
County: Surry
Record #: 01 094
Bondsman: Lewis Cash 
Shin, Rebecca (I322)
 
38 (Research):1800 Census: Wilkes p. 57
male 26-45: John Parlier
female 16-26
male 10-16
male <10
male <10
female <10 
Parlier, John O. (I4310)
 
39 (Research):1820: Wilkes
male 26-45: George Minton
female 16-26 [Rebecca Church]
male <10
male <10
female <10 
Minton, George (I3565)
 
40 (Research):1841 CENSUS
JOHN GERAGHTY...HEAD..46...FARMER
COUNTY..LONGFORD BARONY...MOYDOW PARISH...BALLINACORMICK TOWNLAND....KNOCKATARRY POINTON 
Geraghty, Maria (I258)
 
41 (Research):1850 Decatur Census:
S. Pearce, male age 32, sadler, born in GA
Jane Pearce, female age 20, born in GA
Virginia Pearce, female age 1, born in GA

Oak City Cemetery:
Pearce, Margaret Ann 28 May 1860 Wife of George W. Pearce Age 27 yrs 9 mos Pearce, Telula Augusta 15 Jun 1856 30 Jun 1857 Age l yr 7 mo 15 days Dau of George W. & Margareta Pearce

George W. Pearce married Margaret Ann Nicholson 20 Nov 1853 (Book A, page 218)
Stephen G. Pearce married Jane Elisa Leniar 26 Mar 1848 (Book A, page 133) Decatur
Patsy Pearce married Dildatha Odam 13 Feb 1821 Early County
Maryan E. Pierce married James M. Mock 28 Mar 1848 Decatur County
Mary Ann Pierce married Isham R. Mills 6 May 1849 Early County

1850 Baker County
Wm H. Pearce, white male age 29, farmer, $5,000 real estate, born in Wilkinson GA
Nancy Pearce, white female age 21, born in Baker GA, cannot write
Jesse L. Pearce, white male age 1, born in Baker GA
Morgan Rye, white male age 22, laborer, born in WIlkinson GA
Ezekiel Pearce, white male age 23, laborer, born in Wilkinson GA
Thomas Pearce, white male age 17, laborer, born in Baker GA

John Montgomery, white male age 53, farmer, $600 real estate, born in SC
James Montgomery, white male age 25, born in SC
Malynell Montgomery, white female 21, born in SC
Theodore Montgomery, white male age 18, born in SC
William Montgomery, white male age 9, born in GA
Rebecca Pearce (widow), white female age 22, born in SC
Henrietta Montgomery, white female age 12, born in SC
Sophronia Montgomery, white female age 11, born in GA
William Pearce, white male age 4, born in GA

William G. Pierce, white male age 38, farmer, $1,500 real estate, born in WIlkinson GA
Caroline Pierce, white female age 33, born in FL
Catharine Pierce, white female age 10, born in Baker GA
William Pierce, white male age 8, born in Baker GA
Samuel E. Pierce, white male age 8, born in Baker GA
William Pierce, white male age 4, born in Baker GA
Nancy Pierce, white female age 1, born in Baker GA
Robert Skaggs, white male age 21, laborer, born in FL 
Pierce, Hattie A. (I424)
 
42 (Research):1867 2nd qtr 5-21-1867 101670? Vol 10 p 204 #385 MURPHY John labourer
widower, Workhouse Dunmanway 71 bronchitis indefinite period, certified Dunmanway
Dunmanway Workhouse John Megan, Chief Resident Officer, Workhouse, Dunmanway

1867 2nd qtr 2nd qtr 101670? Vol 10 p 200 #209 MURPHY Johannah widow of
farmer 77 debility chronic, no med attn Dunmanway Coolmountain Lisnacuddy John
MURPHY Lisnacuddy present at death

1867 2nd qtr 6-23-1867 101670? Vol 10 p 200 #213 WHOLLY Denis labourer 60
bronchitis 1 week certified Dunmanway Coolmountain Rea Margaret MURPHY present
at death, Rea

1864 101041 MURPHY Anne Dunmanway Vol 20- p253
1864 101041 MURPHY Ellen Dunmanway Vol 20- p253
1864 101099 MURPHY Ellen #107 9-4-1864 Dunmanway Vol 20- p253 Daniel Murphy Cooknaghtig Ellen DONOVAN
1864 101041 MURPHY James Dunmanway Vol 5- p232
1864 101041 MURPHY Jeremiah Dunmanway Vol 10- p275
1864 101041 MURPHY John Dunmanway Vol 15- p230
1864 101041 MURPHY John Dunmanway Vol 5- p284
1864 101041 MURPHY Julia Dunmanway Vol 10- p278
1864 101041 MURPHY Julia Dunmanway Vol 10- p276
1864 101041 MURPHY Julia Dunmanway Vol 10- p285
1864 101041 MURPHY Mary Dunmanway Vol 5- p239
1864 101041 MURPHY Mary Dunmanway Vol 10- p273
1864 101041 MURPHY Mary Dunmanway Vol 10- p286
1864 101041 MURPHY Mary Dunmanway Vol 10- p280
1864 101041 MURPHY Mary Dunmanway Vol 10- p286
1864 101041 MURPHY Mary Dunmanway Vol 5- p291
1864 101041 MURPHY Michael Dunmanway Vol 10- p273
1864 101041 MURPHY Michael Dunmanway Vol 20- p241
1864 101041 MURPHY Michael Dunmanway Vol 20- p239
1864 101041 MURPHY Michael Dunmanway Vol 10- p284
1864 101041 MURPHY Thomas Dunmanway Vol 15- p220
1864 101041 MURPHY Timothy Dunmanway Vol 10- p277
1864 101041 MURPHY Timothy Dunmanway Vol 10- p279
1864 101041 MURPHY Timothy Dunmanway Vol 15- p279
1864 101041 MURPHY Timothy Dunmanway Vol 20- p243
1864 101041 MURPHY Timothy Dunmanway Vol 15- p223
1864 101041 MURPHY Timothy Dunmanway Vol 10- p286
1864 101041 MURPHY William Dunmanway Vol 20- p242
1864 101041 MURPHY William Dunmanway Vol 10- p276 
Murphy, Jeremiah (I2765)
 
43 (Research):1867 2nd qtr 6-12-1867 101670? Vol 10 #133 MAHONY Margaret widow of labourer
70 diffusion of chest-effects of cold 6 wks certified Cork Ballygarvan
Ballin Hassig____Mtn Mary MAHONY present Ballin-Hassig

1867 2nd qtr 3-12-1867 101670? Vol 10 p 199 #194 MAHONY Johanna labourer's
child 13 weeks debility since birth uncertified Dunmanway Coolmountain
Dromdeegy Florence MAHONY present at birth Dromdeegy

1864 101582 MAHONY Maurice 50 Dungarvan 4-489
1864 101582 MAHONY Maurice 55 Middleton Cork14-449
1866 101139 MAHONEY Denis 12-8-1866 Union Hall Patrick MAHONEY Margaret
SULLIVAN
1866 101139 MAHONY Julia 9-7-1866 Tullagh Skibbereen John MAHONY Norah WALSH
1867 101144 MAHONEY Denis 2-1-1867 Timoleague Denis MAHONEY Catherine CARTY
1867 101144 MAHONEY Cain 2-20-1867 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY Catherine
HAYES Twin to Julia b 2-1867; siblings John b 5-1869; Cornelius b 12-1870
1867 101144 MAHONEY Julia 2-20-1867 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY Catherine
HAYES Twin to Cain b 2-1867; siblings John b 5-1869; Cornelius b 12-1870
1869 101189 MAHONEY John 5-30-1869 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY Catherine
HAYES Sibling to Cain & Julia b 2-1867; Cornelius b 12-1870
1870 101219 MAHONEY Cornelius 12-10-1870 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY
Catherine
HAYES Sibling to Twins Cain & Julia b 2-1867; John b 5-1869
1870 101144 MAHONY Bridget 1-24-1867 Union Hall Timothy MAHONY Catherine
COLLINS
1868 101179 MAHONEY Jeremiah 11-27-1868 Skibbereen John MAHONEY Mary
DRISCOLL Sibling to Catherine b 4-1869; James b 6-1870; Mary b 7-1871
1869 101189 MAHONEY Catherine 4-5-1869 Skibbereen John MAHONEY Mary
DRISCOLL Sibling to Jeremiah b 11-1868; James b 6-1870; Mary b 7-1871
1870 101209 MAHONEY James 6-11-1870 Drimoleague John MAHONEY Mary
DRISCOLL Sibling to Jeremiah b 11-1868; James b 6-1870; Mary b 7-1871
1871 255831 MAHONEY Mary 7-4-1871 Skibbereen John MAHONEY Mary
DRISCOLL Sibling to Catherine b 4-1869; Jeremiah b 11-1868; Mary b 7-1871
1871 255838 MAHONEY Mary 11-26-1871 Drimoleague
1873 255892 MAHONEY John 12-29-1873 Ballincollig
1866 101139 MAHONEY Denis 12-8-1866 Union Hall Patrick MAHONEY Margaret
SULLIVAN
1866 101139 MAHONY Julia 9-7-1866 Tullagh Skibbereen John MAHONY Norah WALSH
1867 101144 MAHONEY Denis 2-1-1867 Timoleague Denis MAHONEY Catherine CARTY
1867 101144 MAHONEY Cain 2-20-1867 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY Catherine
HAYES Twin to Julia b 2-1867; siblings John b 5-1869; Cornelius b 12-1870
1867 101144 MAHONEY Julia 2-20-1867 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY Catherine
HAYES Twin to Cain b 2-1867; siblings John b 5-1869; Cornelius b 12-1870
1869 101189 MAHONEY John 5-30-1869 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY Catherine
HAYES Sibling to Julia & Cain b 2-1867; John b 5-1869; Cornelius b 12-1870
1870 101219 MAHONEY Cornelius 12-10-1870 Drimoleague Patrick MAHONEY
Catherine HAYES Sibling to Julia & Cain b 2-1867; John b 5-1869 
Mahoney, Mary (I3290)
 
44 (Research):20 March 1798: Letter in this Office for Nathan ROBERTS of Kingston
 
Roberts, Samuel Sr. (I2019)
 
45 (Research):2nd lieutenant company B 2nd regiment (Storey's regiment) of Ga state Line
book: Joe Brown's Pets
 
Wall, William Ezekiel (I4156)
 
46 (Research):3 kids (Helen, Terry, boy), stayed in Ireland Long, Mona (I1047)
 
47 (Research):70 years later Edward V Hendren, grandson of Edward B Hendren, was working at the mill when his clothing got caught up in the water spindle and he was killed. (This was in 1940 and this is the blood that some saw on the rocks afterwards.) Hendren, Edward P. (I3986)
 
48 (Research):8. JANE DONALSON (JOHN, JOHN) was born 17 Dec 1793, and died 13 Sep 1861. She married DEMPSY HARRELL 20 Nov 1828 in Decatur County, Ga.. He was born 23 Jan 1809, and died 14 Oct 1873.
More About JANE DONALSON: Burial: Harrell-Shumake Cemetery, Early Co., GA
More About DEMPSY HARRELL: Burial: Harrell-Shumake Cemetery, Early Co., GA
Children of JANE DONALSON and DEMPSY HARRELL are:
i. MARY MATILDA HARRELL, b. Decatur County, Ga.; d. Decatur County, Ga.; m. AMOS HAYES.
ii. MARKISSA ADELINE HARRELL, m. DR. AUGUSTUS D. SHEWMAKE.
iii. EMELINE "EMILY" HARRELL, b. 1831, Macon, GA.
 
Donalson, Jane (I5980)
 
49 (Research):?Gregory Glascock his Book?
My dau. Sarah was born Nov. 5, 1727
William, 28 May, 1730
Gregory, 25 Jan., 1731
Jesse, 10 May, 1733
Travers, Oct., 1739
John, 28 Dec., 1738;
Grace, 1 Sept., 1739
George, Sept., 1711

Sept. 11, 1759 Oliver Hendren, son of John and Margaret Hendren,
was born. Brantley Bryan Hendren was born the 23 Nov. 1776.

The ages of the children of William and Sarah Hendren:
Our son, George was born 4 Jan. 1790
Peggay 16 Feb. 1792
Elijah 16 Feb. 1791
Ambros 23 May 1796
Sarah 25 July 179?
Synthea 16 Sept. 1802
Richard J. 11 Aug. 1805
Stephen and Solomon 12 Sept, 1807
Eli 21 Nov. 1811

Molly Taylor 28 Jan. 176?
Peggey ?, Oct. 1768,
Betty, 20 Oct. 1770
Nancy, 12 Nov. 1772
Sharlot, 10 Oct. 1776

The above names and birthdates are found in a very old Bible in the possession of France Hendren of Candor, N. C. The Bible was handed down by descendants of William Hendren, who was born about 1748, and died in Wilkes County in 1838.

John Hendren (father of Oliver) and William I are said to be brothers. Sarah Glascok (Glascock) married William Taylor. It is believed that William I and his brother John both married Taylor girls, sisters of William Taylor. This is how the Bible is thought to have come into the possession of the Hendren family. If there is a relation other than this to the Glascock family it would probably be through Gregory Glascock?s wife.

Contributed by Don Hayes, North Wilkesboro, N.C. 28659 
Taylor, Letitia Charlotte (I20)
 
50 (Research):A Revolutionary War Veteran, John moved from North Carolina to Pulaski County, Georgia, then to Decatur County in 1821. He and Sarah settled 11 miles southeast of Bainbridge, then a mere trading post known as Ft. Hughes.

John was an industrious planter, accumulating large acreage in the county; and after the war released 250 Negros.

1840: Decatur - District 513

page 20:
male 20-30: Josiah Harrell [born bet 1810-1820]
female 20-30
male 15-20
male 10-15
female <5

page 20:
male 20-30: Saml Harrell [at abt 22]
female 20-30 [Martha at abt 21]
male 15-20
male <5

page 21:
male 40-50: Isaac Harrell [at abt 50]
female 30-40 [Cynthia at abt 40]
male 20-30 [married bet 1840-1850?]
male 15-20 [John at abt 11?]
female 10-15 [Cynthia at abt 12]
female 10-15 [married bet 1840-1850?]
male 5-10 [Newton at abt 6]
male <5 [Jackson at abt 4]
male <5 [died?]
female <5 [Missouri at abt 2] 
Harrell, John (I177)
 

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