Ancestors of David Allen Long

Notes


128. Long ?

SC based off Joseph census showing both parents from SC

strange -
From: DD2LONG@aol.com
To: LONG-L@rootsweb.com
In a message dated 5/12/00 8:24:47 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
LONG-D-request@rootsweb.com writes:

<< was wondering if your Isaac Long was Isaac G. Long listed on the Horry County South Carolina 1850
Census? His daughter, Amanda Melvina Long, was my gg-grandmother. The census reports he was born in
North Carolina. >>
I checked my database and I cannot find any connection between our families.
Good luck in your search. Donna Holm Long

poss clue? grahamdl@erols.com (Dow)
Isaac George Long b: 1810 (birth years for everyone except Amanda are based on age at time of census but we both know how wrong that can be) in North Carolina. I've been told his wife was Nancy Hickman but since she was not listed on the census she probably died before 1850. Children listed were - Prudence C. Long b: 1834, William H. Long b: 1835, Mary Long b: 1838, Adalin Long b: 1840, John Long b: 1842, Reny Long b: 1843, Louisa Long b: 1844, Lorenzo Long b: 1846, and Amanda Melvina Long b: July 14, 1848 in Horry County, South Carolina d: 1914 in Florida. Amanda married James M. Graham b: September 29, 1837 in Horry County, South Carolina d: Bef. 1912 in Georgia.

For Long's in Bond County, IL before 1830 see website Descenants of Edward Long

poss clue?
I'm looking for information on Abner Long. He was born sometime around 1835 in possibly Warren County, Kentucky. He was also a Civil War Veteran. I have seen a picture dated 1912 with his wife and kids, but not him, thus I am assuming he died sometime before then. He married Martha Ann Elmore on 5 Apr 1866 in Edmonson Co., KY. His children were Charlie Franklin, John, James, George W., Elizabeth, Sarah Belle, Nancy Ann, and Samuel. I am a decendant of his through Charlie. Any information on him or any of his children would be appreciated.

!!!
Hello, on the 1820 Warren County Kentucky census the following Longs are listed: James Long, Abner Long, Elizabeth (Long) Townsend. All of them fall in the age 45 and older column.... Elizabeth Long married Light Townsend. Elizabeth Long Townsend was born about 1762 in North Carolina and was the daughter of James Long. Elizabeth died in Edmonson County Kentucky in 1859 at age 97. I would appreciate any help linking these Longs to where they were located in North Carolina. All I have found so far is a deed witnessed by William, James, and Abner Long in 1790's Person County, NC.....Elijah James married Rachel Long in Grainger County Tennessee in 1815, I am trying to find a connection between the Longs in Ky, Tenn, and NC... Thanks.....Doug James

PERSON COUNTY, NC - DEEDS - Draper, Parrish, and Misc Deeds
Deed Book C p. 42 Solomon Draper of Person Co. N.C. to Thomas BRANN� 60
acres on Sergeant's Creek Feb. 6, 1795� pd. 83 pds. 6 shillings. .. Jas.
Long's line. Signed Solomon DRAPER, Witnesses William LONG, James LONG,
Abner LONG.

Martha Brooks born 1795 in Shelby County, Ky married William Abner Long
April 1, 1817, dau of Mary Morris.

Has anyone ever heard of an Abner Long????? Elijah James married Rachel Long, Grainger County Tenessee, 1815.....Elijah was my ggg-grandfather. I find on the 1820 Warren county Kentucky Census Abner Long is 2 households away from Elijah James. I'm wondering if this Abner Long could be Rachel's father.....Thanks, Doug

I'm looking for information on Abner Long. He was born sometime around 1835 in possibly Warren County, Kentucky. He was also a Civil War Veteran. I have seen a picture dated 1912 with his wife and kids, but not him, thus I am assuming he died sometime before then. He married Martha Ann Elmore on 5 Apr 1866 in Edmonson Co., KY. His children were Charlie Franklin, John, James, George W., Elizabeth, Sarah Belle, Nancy Ann, and Samuel. I am a decendant of his through Charlie. Any information on him or any of his children would be appreciated.

Shelby County, Kentucky
a William Abner Long marries Martha Brooks 1 April 1817

Poss Clue or just common name?
During my visit to Conway(Horry County) SC I read the Summer 1986 issue of The Independent Republic Quarterly, Vol. 20 No. 3's article on the Long Family by Ruth Long Douthit. In it she lists "Melvina Long born about 1847; no more information." This should fill in a few of the gaps. I was told by family members that my gg-grandmother was Amanda Long. My search for her seemed jumbled but it all came together. The 1850 Federal Census lists Isaac G. Long (Family #904) with Melvina Long, age 2. Signed on December 18, 1856, 833 acres of land on Brown Swamp and "Kings Town Lake" were surveyed for Isaac G. Long. The plat shows the property was bounded on one side by "Grahams Land." Jumping to after the War, the 1870 Federal Census lists James Graham, my gg-grandfather, with spouse Melvina, age 26. Ten years later, the 1880 Federal Census lists James M. Graham, with spouse Amanda M, age 31 and their children John R., William I., Victoria E., and Amanda I.

Also Horry Co, SC - Benjamin A. Benton, son of Arthur Benton b. abt 1802 in NC and wife > > Rebecca, > > was b. 4 Oct 1831, NC. He mar. abt 1855, Nancy Jane Long, b. 1 May > > 1834, NC-8 Oct 1919, dau. of Joseph Long and Nancy.

From "Cemetery Inscriptions For Perry County Alabama" Fairview Cemetery Fairview Presbyterian Church in West Perry (the church is no longer there) "Dr. Daniel Long, b. Laurens Dist., S.C. Sept. 22, 1786, d. Dallas Co. Ala., Dec. 22, 1861, aged 75y 3m Loving father, tender husband, kind master, ruling elder in O.S. Presbyterian ch for 40 years." "Mary Long, b. N.C., Dec. 15, 1803, d. June 27, 1884, aged 80 y 6 m Our mother is at rest."

Looking for the names of Daniel Long's (s/o of Robert Long b. abt. 1760 in Ireland) children; and, especially for the names of his sons (if any).

1 John Jacob LONG 2 Bartholomew LONG d: ca 1800 ---+Mary Catherine MINNICK b: ca 1775 m: ca 1798 d: Aft. 1799 Father: George Bartholomew William MINNICK Mother: Mary Magdalene SUMMER --3 John Jacob LONG b: Sep 23, 1796 --3 George Bartholomew "Bartley" LONG b: Mar 17, 1798 d: Aft. 1834 -----+Mary Elizabeth LEITSEY b: ca 1802 d: Aft. 1834 Father: George LEITSEY Mother: Elizabeth _ --3 John Thomas LONG b: Nov 09, 1799 2 Thomas LONG ---+Mary Magdalena MINNICK m: ca 1793 2 Adam LONG 2 George LONG b: 1758 d: 1815 ---+Catherine BOWERS b: ca 1760 d: Aft. 1800 Father: Alexander Andrew BOWERS Mother: Anna Barbara HERRMANN --3 [1] George LONG, Jr. b: Mar 27, 1781 SC d: Jan 22, 1860 -----+Eve Margaret CHAPMAN Father: Abraham CHAPMAN --*2nd Wife of [1] George LONG, Jr.: -----+Catherine Elizabeth STAIRLEY b: ca 1785 m: ca 1804 d: Apr 12, 1817 Father: Jacob STAIRLEY Mother: Mary Ursala EICHELBERGER --3 Anna Barbary LONG b: Jun 16, 1784 d: ca 1877 ----- +John RISH Father: Adam RISH --3 Mary Ann LONG b: Feb 02, 1786 d: Aug 12, 1863 -----+Eberhardt FULMER b: Apr 14, 1778 m: May 27, 1805 d: Jun 26, 1858 Father: George Michael FULMER --3 Emeline Catherine LONG b: May 13, 1788 d: Mar 25, 1823 -----+Amos BANKS --3 Jacob LONG b: Jul 20, 1790 d: Dec 19, 1848 -----+Elizabeth BATES Father: Michael BATES Mother: Catherine KELLY --3 Elizabeth LONG b: Oct 25, 1798 d: Oct 1865 -----+Zaccheus WOOLEY --3 Michael LONG b: Feb 01, 1800 d: Apr 17, 1849

In 1790 there are LONG's in these Districts; Abbeville, Cheraws, Claremont, Clarendon, Dorchester, Edgefield, Fairfield, Georgetown, Greenville, Laurens, Newberry, Northwest Territory, Pendleton, and York. 1800 SC CENSUS INDEX William LONG Union Dist. page 223 00100-4001000 1810 SC CENSUS INDEX William LONG Union Dist. page 241

1830 Rhea Co, TN which was NC before TN became state
Long, Benjamin 00011-22011
Long, William Jr (SR?) 0011001-00012001
Long, William 300001-010001
Long, Jno. 100001-0000101
Long, Jerry 12101-310001
Long, William 00001001-011001

The act for the establishment of Rhea County was passed December 3, 1807, and January 25, 1808, the county court was organized at the house of William Henry, situated at Big Spring about half way between the present towns of Darwin and Dayton. The justices present were James Campbell, Jonathan Fine, Abraham Howard, John Henry, Joseph Brooks, Daniel Rawlings and William Long. James Campbell was chosen chairman; Daniel Rawlings, clerk; Miller Francis, sheriff; Thomas Woodward, coroner; Alex Ferguson, register; Thomas G. Brown, ranger; Joseph Brooks, trustee, and William Brown, solicitor. An attempt was made soon after to permanently locate the county seat. The commissioners and several others met at what was known as the Hazzing place, on the north bank of the Tennessee River, to view that location. In passing the Double Pond, one of the party, a man named Handy was drowned, and from this circumstance, it is said, that locality was abandoned.

1808 TAX LISTS OF RHEA COUNTY
Long, William
Henry, Ezekiel


The chronicles of England, shrouded by the mists of time, reveal the early records of the name Long as a Norman surname which ranks as one of the oldest. The history of the name is interwoven in the colourful fabric which is an intrinsic part of the history of Britain. Careful research by professional analysts using such ancient manuscripts as the Domesday Book (compiled in 1086 by William the Conqueror), the Ragman Rolls, the Wace poem, the Honour Roll of the Battel Abbey, The Curia Regis, Pipe Rolls, the Falaise Roll, tax records, baptismals, family genealogies, and local parish and church records show the first record of the name Long was found in Wiltshire where they were seated from early times and their first records appeared on the early census rolls taken by the early Kings of Britain to determine the rate of taxation of their subjects. Many alternate spellings of the name were found. They were typically linked to a common root, usually on of the Norman nobles at the Battle of Hastings. Your name, Long, occurred in many references, and from time to time, the surname included the spellings of Long, Longe, and many more. Scribes recorded and spelled the name as it sounded. It was not unlikely that a person would be born with one spelling, married with another, and buried with a headstone which showed another. All three spellings related to the same person. Sometimes references for different spelling variations either came from a division of the family, or, for religious reasons, or sometimes patriotic reasons. The family name Long is believed to be descended originally form the Norman race. They were commonly believed to be of French origin but were, more accurately, of Viking origin. The Vikings landed in the Orkneys and Northern Scotland about the year 870 A.D., under their chief, Stirgud the Stout. Later, under their Jarl, Thorfinn Rollo, they invaded France about 940 A.D. The French King, Charles the Simple, after Rollo laid siege to Paris, finally conceded defeat and granted northern France to Rollo. Rollo became the first Duke of Normandy, the territory of the northmen. Duke William who invaded and defeated England in 1066, was descended from the first Duke Rollo of Normandy. Duke William took a census of most of England in 1086, and recorded it in the Domesday Book. A family name capable of being traced back to this document, or to Hastings, was a signal honor for most families during the middle ages, and even to this day. The surname Long emerged as a notable English family in the county of Wiltshire where they were recorded as a family of great antiquity seated with manor and estates in that shire. They were descended from a Norman noble of Preux in Normandy. This distinguished name settled in Wiltshire and Henry Long, Assistant to the Lord Treasurer of England, Hungerford, settled at Wraxall. By the 13th century they had branched to Symington, Rowde Aston, and Whaddon, and Beckington in Somerset, Monkton Farley and Bainton in Wiltshire, Preshaw in Oxford, and in the county of Norfolk. This prolific name had branched by the 16th century to Gloucester, Middlesex, and many other southern counties. They were elected to the peerage through Baron Farnborough but this line became extinct in 1838. Notable amongst the family at the time was Baron Farnborough. The surname Long contributed much to local politics and in the affairs of England or Scotland. During the 12th century many of these Norman families moved north to Scotland, following Earl David of Huntington who would become King of Scotland. Later, in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries England and Scotland was ravaged by religious and political conflict. The monarchy, the Church and Parliament fought for supremacy. The unrest caused many to think of distant lands. Settlers in Ireland became known as the "Adventurers for land in Ireland". They "undertook" to keep the Protestant faith, and were granted lands previously owned by the Irish. In Ireland they settled in county Wexford at Newross. The attractions of the New World spread like wildfire. Many sailed aboard the fleet of sailing ships known as the "White Sails". In North America, Migrants which could be considered kinsmen of the family name Long, or variable spellings of that same family name, included Edward Long settled in Virginia in 1649; along with Henry in 1774; James in 1642; Jane in 1624; Catherine in 1635; Ralph in 1638; Richard in 1642; Robert, his wife and two sons in 1643; Captain Long settled in Boston in 1768, David Long in 1765; John in Boston in 1635, and many more to the ports of Philadelphia, Maryland, San Francisco, Delaware, Barbados. From the port of arrival many settlers joined wagon trains westward. During the War of Independence some declared their loyalty to the Crown and moved northward into Canada and became known as the United Empire Loyalists. Meanwhile, the family name was active in the social stream. There were many notables of this name, Long; Augustus Long, American Company director; Clarence Long, American Economist; Ernest Long, Canadian Clergyman; Franklin Long, American Educator; Gerald Long, American Lawyer; Russell Long, American Attorney; William Long, British Politician.


132. Drury Richard Bobbitt IV ^

Subj: Bobbitt
Date: 99-09-30 02:20:33 EDT
From: garyslady@kcnet.com (Donna Brown)
To: paskenell@aol.com
hello,
i seen on the BOBBITT Genforum you were looking for info on John J. & Martha . According to the BOBBITT book I have, John J. Bobbitt is the son of Drury & Rebecca (BURROW) BOBBITT. Donna

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/j/e/n/Barbara-G-Jennings/ODT2-0001.html
Descendants of William Bobbitt 1645-17103
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1 William Bobbitt b: 1645-1649 Glamorganshire, Wales d: Bef. 12 May 1703 Bristol Parish, Prince George, Virginia
. +Johana Sturdivant
. 2 William Bobbitt b: Abt. 1675 Bristol Parish, Charles City, Virginia d: November 1736 Bristol Parish, Prince George, Virginia
.... +Mary Green m: 1695
.... 3 William Bobbitt b: Abt. 1698 Prince George, Virginia d: 1778 Bedford, Virginia
....... +Lucy Leftwich
....... 4 [1] Randolph Bobbitt b: 1768 Bedford, Virginia d: 01 December 1819 Campbell, Kentucky
.......... +Keziah Dickerson
....... *2nd Wife of [1] Randolph Bobbitt:
.......... +Polly Keans m: 27 February 1814 Campbell, Kentucky
....... 4 William Bobbitt b: 1769 d: 1818
.......... +Elizabeth Barber
.... 3 Thomas Bobbitt b: Abt. 1700 Prince George, Virginia d: Bef. 14 January 1759 Sussex, Virginia
....... +Lucy ??
....... 4 Randolph Bobbitt
....... 4 Amy Bobbitt
.......... +Peter Threewit
....... 4 William Bobbitt b: 1720-1759
.......... +Mary Hill
.......... 5 McPherson Bobbitt d: Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia
............. +Elizabeth Taylor
............. 6 Sallie Bobbitt
............. 6 Milton Bobbitt b: 1801-1810 Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia d: 1852 Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia
................ +Elizabeth 'Betsey' Davis b: 1811-1815 d: St Louis m: 04 February 1830 Rockbridge, Virginia
................ 7 Martha Bobbitt
................... +unknown Pensil
................ 7 William Bobbitt
................... +unknown m: Kentucky
................ 7 Susan Bobbitt d: St Louis
................... +unknown Shields
................ 7 Morgan Leftwich Bobbitt d: Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia
................ 7 Silas Bobbitt d: Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia
.......... 5 William Uriah Rodrick Bobbitt b: 1765-1785
....... 4 [2] John Bobbitt b: Bef. 1759 d: Bef. 06 June 1822 Sussex, Virginia
.......... +Mary Gilliam m: 20 March 1788 Sussex, Virginia
.......... 5 Elizabeth 'Betsey' Bobbitt b: Abt. 1781 Sussex, Virginia
............. +William Rainey m: 05 December 1799 Sussex, Virginia
.......... 5 Polly Bobbitt b: Abt. 1782 Sussex, Virginia
............. +William Echols m: 01 December 1800 Sussex, Virginia
....... *2nd Wife of [2] John Bobbitt:
.......... +Frances Mitchell b: Bef. 1775 d: Bef. 05 November 1840 Sussex, Virginia m: 19 September 1792 Sussex, Virginia
.......... 5 Frances Mitchell Bobbitt b: Sussex, Virginia
.......... 5 William Golf Bobbitt b: 1794-1802 Sussex, Virginia d: Abt. October 1849 Sussex, Virginia
.......... 5 Florina Everits Bobbitt b: 1794-1804 Sussex, Virginia
............. +unknown Robertson m: Bef. 1822
.......... 5 James Edward Bobbitt b: 1796 Sussex, Virginia
............. +Margaret ?? b: 1799 Kentucky m: Kentucky
............. 6 son Bobbitt b: 1825-1830 Campbell, Kentucky
............. 6 daughter Bobbitt b: 1825-1830 Campbell, Kentucky
............. 6 Martha Bobbitt b: 1826 Campbell, Kentucky
............. 6 Eliza Bobbitt b: 1831 Campbell, Kentucky
............. 6 Alfred Bobbitt b: 1833 Campbell, Kentucky
............. 6 Matilda Bobbitt b: 1835 Indiana
............. 6 Joseph Bobbitt b: 1839 Indiana
............. 6 Mary Bobbitt b: 1843 Indiana
............. 6 Benjamin Bobbitt b: 1845 Indiana
.......... 5 Lucy Jones Bobbitt b: 1804-1810 Sussex, Virginia
............. +unknown Lewis
.......... 5 Green Branch Bobbitt b: 1805-1810 Sussex, Virginia
.......... 5 Peter Thruwits Bobbitt b: 1811-1820 Sussex, Virginia
.... 3 Lewis L Bobbitt b: Abt. 1704 Prince George, Virginia d: Aft. 1765 Brite, North Carolina
....... +Elizabeth Moore m: Bef. 1725 Bristol Parish, Prince George, Virginia
....... 4 daughter Bobbitt
.......... +John Edwards
....... 4 Elizabeth Bobbitt
.......... +Christopher Robertson
....... 4 Martha Bobbitt
.......... +William Person
....... 4 John Richard Bobbitt b: Abt. 1725 Virginia d: Bef. November 1792 Warren, North Carolina
.......... +Amy Shearin b: 1732 Bertie, North Carolina d: 1799 Warren, North Carolina m: 1753 Granville, North Carolina
.......... 5 Amy Bobbitt b: North Carolina
.......... 5 Drury Bobbitt b: North Carolina
............. +Rebecca Burrow m: 26 December 1804
.......... 5 Randolph Bobbitt b: North Carolina
.......... 5 Winnie Bobbitt b: 1746 Warren, North Carolina
............. +John Golightly
.......... 5 Isham Bobbitt b: 03 May 1754 Granville, North Carolina d: 06 March 1838 Morgan, Illinois
............. +Elizabeth Bradley b: 1757 m: 13 October 1774 Granville, North Carolina

By my estimatons, John should be generation #7..so Drury would not be father. But! Marriage info above does not match below.(Another Drury and wrong marriage above?)

bj: Re: Bobbitt
Date: 99-10-02 13:22:06 EDT
From: garyslady@kcnet.com (Donna Brown)
To: Paskenell@aol.com
Hi David,
My scanner is on the blink, makes me so mad I could bite nails. (ha) I will try to type the high parts that are in the BOBBITT Book. As I said this is from the book, I have not proven any of it. When I get my scanner going I will send you pages out of the book. But, at least it gives you a place to start. Let me know what you think.
Donna
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Drury Bobbitt IV 1779-1842
Son of John & Mary Bobbitt
Drury Bobbitt IV, was born in Warren Co. N.C. in 1779. He was the son of John & Mary (HAZELWOOD) BOBBITT.
On Dec 26, 1804, Drury Bobbitt IV, married Rebecca BURROW. Their first child was a dau. named Rebecca Bobbitt born in 1805. Rebecca BURROW was a dau. of James BURROW.
Drury & Rebecca's second child was a son, John James Bobbitt born 1807 and named after his two grandfathers. In 1811 Drury & Rebecca had another son, Green W. Bobbitt. Rebecca (BURROW) BOBBITT died in 1814 in Warren Co. N.C. In 1817 Drury married Nancy MOSS of Halifax Co. Green W. & John James Bobbitt both moved to Fayette Co. Tennessee where they are both beleived to live until they died. Adelaide Bobbett, wife of Luther R. Bobbett did much of the research on this family. From the records of Adelaide research the following is a list of the children:
First Family:
Rebecca Bobbitt b. 1805
John James b. 1807
Green W. b. 1811
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Second Family
Drury Richard b. 1818
Joseph J. b. 1819
John b. 1820
Frances b. 1821
Elizabeth b. 1824
Edward William b. 1825
Dr. Nicholas b. 1827
Thomas M. b. 1828
Green D. b. 1830
Richard b. 1831
Julie b. 1832
Samuel (twin) b. 1834
Lemuel (twin) b. 1834
Unknown son b, 1836
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Franklin Co. Arkansas
Family #554, counted Nov 30, 1850, Mill Creek
John J. Bobbet 40 1810 Ky ? N.C.
Martha Bobbet 38 1812 Ga.
William 16 1834 Ala.
Belinda 13 1837 Tn.
John 11 1839 Tn
James 5 1845 Arkansas
Albert 5 1845 Arkansas
Note:
John J. Bobbitt was a brother of Green W. Bobbitt of Fayette Co., TN. Who ever gave the census information about John made a mistake. John was born in N.C., not KY. John J. and his brother Greem W. were the sons of Drury and Rebecca Bobbitt of Moore Co. N.C.
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http://www.luna-clara.com/kewltoy/gen/dat1.html
Bobbitt, Drury IV
Birth : 1779 Warren County, North Carolina
Death : 1842 Butler County, Kentucky
Gender: Male
Parents: Father: Bobbitt, John
Mother: Hazelwood, Mary
Family: Marriage: 26 DEC 1804
Spouse: Burrow, Rebecca
Death : 1814 Warren County, North Carolina
Gender: Female
Parents: Father: Burrow, James
Children: Bobbitt, Rebecca
Birth : 1805 North Carolina
Gender: Female
Bobbitt, John James
Birth : 1807 North Carolina
Death : Fayette County, Tennessee
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Green W.
Family: Marriage: 1817
Spouse: Moss, Nancy Frances
Birth : ABT. 1770 Halifax County, Kentucky
Death : 1839 Butler County, Kentucky
Gender: Female
Parents: Father: Moss, Richard , Senior
Children: Bobbitt, Drury Richard
Bobbitt, Joseph J.
Birth : 1819 North Carolina
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, John
Birth : 1820 North Carolina
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Frances
Birth : 1821 North Carolina
Gender: Female
Bobbitt, Elizabeth
Birth : 1824 North Carolina
Gender: Female
Bobbitt, Edward William
Bobbitt, Nicholas Dr.
Birth : 1827 North Carolina
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Thomas M.
Birth : 1828 Tennessee
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Green D.
Birth : 1830 Kentucky
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Richard
Birth : 1831 Kentucky
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Julie
Birth : 1832 Kentucky
Gender: Female
Bobbitt, Samuel
Birth : 1834 Kentucky
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, Lemuel
Birth : 1834 Kentucky
Gender: Male
Bobbitt, ?
Birth : 1836 Kentucky
Gender: Male

http://thegenealogists.com/bookeight/pp203-240.htm
Son of Drury and Rebecca Bobbitt

Green W. Bobbitt was born on January 8, 1811 in Warren County North Carolina. He was a son of Drury and Rebecca (Burrow) Bobbitt. He had one brother named John James Bobbitt born in 1807 and one sister named Rebecca born in 1805. Rebecca Bobbitt died in 1814 when Green W. Bobbitt was three years of age. Rebecca, Green, and John were reared by the second wife of Drury Bobbitt who was Frances Moss.

The first family is easily identified in this census record. The male 10 - 16 is John James Bobbitt born in 1807, one of the males under 10 is Green W. Bobbitt born in 1811, and the female 10 - 16 is Rebecca born in 1805. The other two sons are children of Drury and Frances Moss Bobbitt.

John James Bobbitt and his brother Green IV. Bobbitt cannot be identified in any of the 1830 census records. They were likely living with relatives in the Burrow family or with relatives that moved to Tennessee. Green W. and his brother John James were listed in the 1840 census records in Fayette County, Tennessee.


133. Rebecca Burrow ^

Warren County Marriages
Bobbitt, Drury Burrow, Rebecca 26 Dec 1804

http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jonblake1&id=I700
ID: I700
Name: Rebecca CHEEK
Sex: F
Birth: in Bute Co., NC
Note:
DOCUMENTATION: NCWAR-MA1 p. 10 ! LINEAGE: NCWAR-WL1 p. 50, a gift from WILLIAM CHEEK to his grandaughter REBECAH BURROW on 16 Jan 1790 implies a daughter that married a BURROW ! NAME: NCWAR-MA1 p. 10, first name ! WILL-MISSING: NCWAR-W10 pp.
213-216, father WILLIAM CHEEK dated 14 Oct 1797
Change Date: 15 MAR 1999

Father: William CHEEK b: 1722 in Spottsylvania, VA
Mother: Sarah BLAKE b: 1730 in Isle of Wight, VA

Marriage 1 James BURROW b: in Bute Co., NC
Married: 31 MAY 1788 in Warren Co., NC
Children
Rebecca BURROW b: 1789 in Warren Co., NC


136. William Reed (father?)

Not all information has been verified by me.
My sincere thanks to everyone who contributed names and corrections for their input. Files are privatized to protect everyones confidentiality. Family members may contact me for dates (If I have them)

strongly suspect William for name of father

clues?
+32 i. Charles SILVER.
He was married to Nancy REED (daughter of Samuel REED) on 6 Oct 1814 in Double Island (Buncombe now Yancey) NC. Nancy REED was born on 25 Jan 1795 in Burke County NC. She died on 15 Apr 1890 in Kona (Mitchell) NC.

1830 Roane Co census
REED, Thomas - Page 67
REED, Thomas - Page 53
REED, Wm. - Page 12
REID, Robert - Page 37

1850 Roane Co census (Samuel in AR, might help find parents)
REED, Robert, Family # 1170
REED, Samuel W., Family # 333
REED, William H., Family # 1207


Possible lead to check out mthiesse@swbell.net (Malinda Jones)
My earliest Reed is John Reed (b. 7 Oct 1757, NC ; d.13 Sept.1813, TN) married 5 Mar 1779 at Guilford Co. NC to Margaret Carson ( Nov 1762,NC - May 1829,TN). William Carson was surety for the wedding bond and Willi Dent was witness.
They had 12 children :
1) Robert .......12-23-1779.....m. Elizabeth Myres
2) Mary............7-29-1782.......m. Andrew Campbell
3) Dr. James Weir Reed....4-23-1783....m. Pamela Ewing (d/o Rev. Finis Ewing)
4)Margaret (Polly)......4-18-1784.....m. John P. Campbell
5) Daniel ............5-15-1786
6) Nancy..............7-19-1788
7) Rev. John..........2-18-1791...minister in Cooper Co.MO
8) William...........8-23-1795
9) Rev. Carson Pate Reed....10-29-1798...m. Tranquilla Jenkins
10) Andrew..............1-29-1801
11) Matthew........7-13-1803
12) Harvey...........7-29-1805

another possible lead?
http://www.ameritech.net/users/ohiomom/RobertReed.htm
Robert Reed was born August 6, 1788 in Va. and died September 16, 1861 in Washington Co, Arkansas. He married Elizabeth Fagala August 19, 1824 in Sevier County.
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Children of Robert and Elizabeth:
Alex Reed born 1826 in Tn.
Catherine Reed born 1828 in Tn.
Adam Reed born 1829 in Tn.
John Reed born 1831 in Tn.
Mariah Reed born 1833 in Tn.
Eliza P. Reed born 1836 in Tn.
Mary Reed born 1838 in Tn.
Isabella Reed born 1840 in Georgia
Robert H. Reed born 1842 in Georgia
Rebecca Reed born 1846 in Georgia
Eliza A. Reed born 1848 in Georgia

http://users.erols.com/fmoran/1759.html
1759 ROWAN COUNTY NC TAX LIST
Samuel REED, Jr
William READ
John WHITAKER & Eldad READ

coincedence?
Husband's Name
William Daly REED (AFN:1M7B-BQP)

Born: 3 Nov 1787 Place: , , Nc
Died: 31 Dec 1845 Place: , Washington, Ar
Married: Abt 1817 Place: , Lawrence, Ar
Father: George Washington REED (AFN:1M7B-BN9)
Mother:
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Wife's Name
Sarah ALEXANDER (AFN:10SL-V33)
Born: 12 Oct 1798 Place: , , South Carolina
Died: 18 Feb 1863 Place: , Washington, Ar
Buried: Place: , Washington, Ar
Married: Abt 1817 Place: , Lawrence, Ar
Father: John ALEXANDER (AFN:10SL-V2V)
Mother: Jane STEVENSON (AFN:S6LQ-JV)
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Children
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1. Sex Name
F Esther REED (AFN:1M79-P65)
Born: 10 Oct 1818 Place: , Lawrence, Ar
Died: 21 Jun 1896 Place:
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2. Sex Name
M John Hines REED (AFN:1M79-P7C)
Born: Abt 1820 Place: , , Ar
Died: Aft 1880 Place: , Washington, Ar
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3. Sex Name
M Richard REED (AFN:1M79-P8K)
Born: Abt 1822 Place: , , Ar
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4. Sex Name
M George W. C. REED (AFN:1M79-P9R)
Born: 26 Nov 1824 Place: , , Ar
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5. Sex Name
M William J. REED (AFN:1M79-PB0)
Born: Abt 1826 Place: , , Ar
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6. Sex Name
M Samuel M. REED (AFN:1M79-PC6)
Born: Abt 1828 Place: , , Ar
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7. Sex Name
F Abigail REED (AFN:1M7B-C5C)
Born: Abt 1830 Place: , , Ar
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8. Sex Name
F Sarah P. REED (AFN:1M7B-C96)
Born: 10 Feb 1833 Place: , Washington, Ar
Died: 10 Dec 1920 Place: , Washington, Ar
Buried: Place: , Washington, Ar
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9. Sex Name
F Martha REED (AFN:1M7B-C7R)
Born: Abt 1835 Place: , Washington, Ar
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10. Sex Name
F Mary REED (AFN:8ZRZ-BC)
Born: 1837 Place: , Washington, Ar
Died: 1924 Place: Winslow, Washington, Ar
Buried: Place: , Washington, Ar
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11. Sex Name
M James Wesley REED (AFN:1M79-PH1)
Born: Abt 1839 Place: , Washington, Ar

A Samuel Reed from ROane CO fought in War of 1812, this would be before William was born in NC

poss?
Name: James REID Sex: M Birth: 15 APR 1799 in Rowan Co. NC Death: 1 JUN 1866 Father: Unknown REID Mother: Hannah UNKNOWN Marriage 1 Nancy GRANT
Married: ABT. 1819
Children
William REID
Susanna REID
Sarah Ann REID
Jacob C. REID b: 12 OCT 1820 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC
Charlotte REID b: ABT. 1825 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC
Elizabeth REID b: ABT. 1827 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC
Henry REID b: 22 MAR 1828 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC
Elias REID b: ABT. 1833 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC
Jesse REID b: ABT. 1836 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC
Charles REID , Sr b: ABT. 1843 in Fairview, Buncombe Co. NC

I

Strongly believe Reed's from Burke County was formed in 1777 from Rowan County
1800 census
Male,0-10/10-16/16-26/26-45/45+/Fem same
786 9 Reed James Sen. 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
786 10 Reed James Jun. 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 1
786 13 Reed John 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
787 19 Reed Samuel 3 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0
789 25 Reed William Jun. 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
789 26 Reed William 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 0 0
789 27 Reed Henry 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 3
789 28 Reed James 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
789 29 Reed Thomas 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
789 30 Reed Jesse 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

I also am trying to find out if Samuel Reed, married
> to Mary Ann Burnett is
> related to John Jackson Reed, married to her sister,
> Sarah Elizabeth
> Burnett. John Jaskson's daughter Juda Ellen Reed
> married William Lester
> Shipley.


137. Sally London (mother?)

unproven


138. *John Burnett ^

1860 Crawford Co, AR
Samuel Reed 44 m farmer NC 500 1379
Mary A 40 f TN
William 20 m farm labor TN 135
John 18 m " TN 133
Harriet Elkins 17 f " TN
Joseph Reed 15 m " TN
Mark Reed 13 m AR
Margaret 12 f AR
James 5 m AR
Samuel 3 m AR
Mary 1 f AR
Kelly Elkins 25 m farm labor VA 100
Nancy Reed 21 f VA
John Burnett 84 m farmer VA
Sarah Burnett 68 f TN

1840 Roane Co census
John Burnett #796

Subj: Re: Oliver family of Arkansas
Date: 99-09-04 15:44:32 EDT
From: sdeitz@lightspeed.net (Steve Deitz)
To: Paskenell@aol.com

Hi David
This would be your family (below). I am still stuck on John. I know he was born in VA about 1760. It seems that some of the kids were born in NC. I have found somewhere that they were in Jones Co. NC. He moved to Roane Co. TN before the war of 1812. He then moved down to Washington Co. AR bef. 1830. I am descended from Sally Oliver's twin brother, Elijah Oliver.
I have one question for you, after you see what I sent below: Elijah had a son William, born abt 1819 who married a Rhoda born about the same time. They married in Wash. Co. AR abt 1840, yet she was born in TN. I have been suspecting for a while now that she was also a Reed. Do you know any more about Samuel's family to see if she is possibly a Reed as well?

Descendants of Sally Oliver
1 Sally Oliver b: 1792 in Jones Co. NC d: September 22, 1872 in Cedarville, Crawford Co. AR
+John D. Burnett b: February 11, 1776 in VA d: November 12, 1871 in Cedarville, Crawford Co. AR m: 1810 in Roane Co. Tennessee
2 Judith Julia Burnett b: September 21, 1812 in Roane Co. TN d: August 22, 1877 in Crawford Co. AR
+John Jefferson London b: December 23, 1809 in VA d: May 28, 1876 in
Crawford Co. AR m: February 27, 1833 in Roane Co. TN Father: John London Mother:Jane Clarridy
3 John Lavender London b: December 23, 1833
3 Marcus Lafayette London b: 1837
3 Rufus Houston London b: October 30, 1840 in Roane Co. TN
+Buena Vista Lewis b: April 13, 1847 in Crawford Co. AR m: November 12, 1861 in Collin Co. TX Father: James M. Lewis Mother: Catherine McCurdy
3 Ruth Caroline London b: Abt. 1843
3 Mary J. London b: 1844
3 Juda L. London b: Abt. 1845
3 Rollin C. London b: 1846
3 Bethany A. London b: 1848
3 Martha London b: Abt. 1849
3 James W. London b: Abt. 1850
3 Joseph London b: Abt. 1855
2 Mary Ann Burnett b: May 11, 1815 in TN
+Samuel Reed b: Abt. 1815 in TN
3 William Reed b: 1840
3 John Reed b: 1842
3 Harriet Reed b: Abt. 1844
3 Joseph Reed b: Abt. 1846
3 Mark Reed b: 1848
3 Margaret Reed b: 1850
2 Elizabeth Betty Ann Burnett b: 1816
2 Sarah Elizabeth Burnett b: March 26, 1822
+John Jackson Reed b: 1821 m: February 18, 1845 in McMinn Co. TN
2 Jeremiah Burnett b: May 14, 1824 in Roane Co. Tennessee
+Aspecia Minerva Oliver b: April 13, 1827 in Roane Co. TN m: May 23, 1847 in Crawford Co. AR Father: Eli Oliver Mother: Aspecia Ellis
2 Martha Jane Burnett b: 1826
2 Rollen Columbus Burnett b: 1829
2 Joseph Marion Burnett b: Abt. 1832

Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 12:19:03 -0800
From: WILLIAM CLAWSON
To: ncreed@pop.erols.com

[THIS IS PART OF ONE OF THREE. -- Nyla]

1 JOHN D. BURNETT b: Abt 1776 d: November 12, 1871
+MARY ANN STEVENS
2 POLLY BURNETT
2 FANNIE BURNETT
*2nd Wife of JOHN D. BURNETT:
+SARAH OLIVER d: September 22, 1872 m: 1810 in Roane, Tenn.
2 JULIA BURNETT b: September 21, 1812 d: August 22,
1877
+JOHN JEFFERSON LONDON b: September 23, 1809 d: May
28,1876 m:February 27,1833 in Roane, Tenn.
3 JOHN LAVENDER LONDON b: December 23, 1833 d:
October 25,1885
+MARY E. ??? b: May 30, 1837 d: February 3,
1866
4 ORIELA LONDON b: June 1859
3 MARCUS LAFAYETTE LONDON b: 1837
+ANGELINA HARGROVES m: 1855 in Roane Co.,
Tennessee
3 SARAH ELIZABETH LONDON b: Abt 1838
3 RUFUS HUSTON LONDON b: October 30, 1840
+BUENA VISTA LEWIS m: November 12, 1861 in
McKinney, Collin Co., Texas
4 RUTH CAROLINE LONDON b: August 20, 1867
+HENRY D. BARKER m: January 17, 1884 in Crawford
County, Arkansas
4 MARCUS LONDON b: December 1, 1862
4 JAMES CHRISTOPHER LONDON b: October 2,
1865
4 JOHN JEFFERSON LONDON b: November 1,
1869
4 MATTIE LEE LONDON b: August 29, 1871
4 JOSAPHINE LONDON b: October 31, 1873
4 RUFUS HOUSTON H. LONDON b: November 18,
1875
4 DAVID BOONE LONDON b: December 4, 1878
4 LULA FLORENCE LONDON b: December 13, 1880
4 JUDA BETHENA LONDON b: December 13, 1883
4 JARVIS L. LONDON b: March 8, 1885
4 WILLIS PARMER LONDON b: January 29, 1886
4 GRACE GREENWOOD LONDON b: February 8,1888
3 J. LONDON b: Abt 1842
3 MARY RUTH LONDON b: Abt 1844
3 ROLLEN C. LONDON b: Abt 1847
3 BETHENA A. LONDON b: Abt 1848
3 MARTHA LONDON b: Abt 1849
3 JAMES W. LONDON b: Abt 1850
3 JOSEPH LONDON b: Abt 1855
2 MARY ANN BURNETT b: May 11, 1815
2 ELIZABETH ANN BURNETT b: 1816
+D. HAMP SPENCER
*2nd Husband of ELIZABETH ANN BURNETT:
+WILLIAM R. NEIL m: October 26, 1843 in McMinn,
Tennessee
2 SARAH ELIZABETH BURNETT b: March 26, 1822
+JAMES JACKSON REED m: February 18, 1845 in McMinn,
Tennessee
2 JERIMIAH BURNETT b: May 14, 1824
+ABIGAIL WOOTEN
*2nd Wife of JERIMIAH BURNETT:
+ASPASIA MINERVA OLIVER m: May 23, 1847 in Crawford
County, Arkansas
3 JOHN JACKSON BURNETT b: August 15, 1848
2 MARTHA JANE BURNETT b: 1826
+ROBERT MANTOOTH m: September 25, 1844 in McMinn,
Tennessee
2 ROLLEN COLUMBUS BURNETT b: September 2, 1829
+ELIZABETH A. ALLEN m: August 7, 1851 in Crawford
County, Arkansas
3 DAVID ALLEN BURNETT b: April 12, 1853
3 MARY VASHTI BURNETT b: November 22, 1856
3 JOHN SANFORD BURNETT b: October 11, 1859
3 MARTHA JANE BURNETT b: September 8, 1861
3 JUDA MARGARET BURNETT b: September 6, 1865
3 JOSEPH GRANT BURNETT b: August 24, 1867
3 SAMUEL EDWARD BURNETT b: October 15, 1870
3 ROLAND COLUMBUS BURNETT b: May 5, 1874
3 JAMES ALEXANDER BURNETT b: February 20, 1878
3 VASHA BURNETT b: 1879
2 JOSEPH MARION BURNETT b: Abt 1832 d: December 1893
+LULA JANE GAULT m: 1854 in Van Buren, Crawford Co.,
Ark.
3 SARAH ANN BURNETTb: December 27, 1856 d: October
27, 1941
+FRANCIS MARION CLAWSON, Sr. b: January 4, 1851
d: January 1, 1942 m: October 28, 1877 in Van
Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas
4 WAUKEEN CLAWSON
4 JOHN WALTER CLAWSON, Sr. b: August 10,
1878 d: 1976
+EDDIE B. YOUNG b: 1886 d: 1953
4 LARKIN ELLIS CLAWSON b: January 24, 1880
d: October 30, 1974
+OLLIE VALE PITCOCK b: April 18, 1887d:
September 3, 1938m: June 18, 1905 in
Wilburton, OK
*2nd Wife of LARKIN ELLIS CLAWSON:
+MARTHA BOYINGTON d: 1958 m: Abt 1945
*3rd Wife of LARKIN ELLIS CLAWSON:
+ALICE BANKS b: March 5, 1882 d: July 11,
1968 m: Abt 1965
4 DOVIE ARBELL CLAWSON b: July 11, 1883 d:
February 18, 1960
+PAUL EUGENE POLLARD b: August 31, 1882
d: October 20, 1951
4 BIRDIE MAY CLAWSON b: June 9, 1887 d:
June 8, 1966
+EDWIN ALVIA BUCKLES b: January 29, 1877 d:
May 15, 1938
4 FRANCIS MARION CLAWSON, JR. b: April 7, 1885
d: April 11, 1971
+WINNIE M. GUILLORY b: 1894
4 HESTER A. CLAWSON b: November 30, 1891 d:
September 25, 1920
4 RETHA THELMA CLAWSON b: March 21, 1898 d:
March 3, 1967
+ROY BOWMAN
4 RUTH THELMA CLAWSON b: March 21, 1898 d:
February 26, 1954
+MURT BRISCO PATTERSON b: March 11, 1896
3 JAMES ROLAND BURNETT b: 1858
+LUCY BURGESS b: Abt 1862 m: December 14, 1879
in Crawford County, Arkansas
3 WILLIAM BURNETT b: 1860
+TENNESSEE HUNT m: December 26, 1882 in Jefferson
Co., Arkansas
3 MARY E. BURNETT b: 1866
3 MASTON BURNETT b: 1868
3 JOSEPH MERIDETH BURNETT b: April 6, 1870 d:
April 8, 1949
+M. J. CLEMENTINE WYATT m: May 27, 1894 in
Washington Co, Arkansas
*2nd Wife of JOSEPH MERIDETH BURNETT:
+ORAH ALICE FITCH b: April 6, 1890 d: January
31, 1945 m: June 11, 1911
4 MARY ELIZABETH BURNETT b: April 29, 1912 d:
August 3, 1965
4 ALICE FLORENCE BURNETT b: February 27, 1914
4 MEREDA WOODY BURNETT
4 OLLIE MAXEY BURNETT b: November 7, 1917
4 EVELYN MAGGIE JEAN BURNETT b: May 27, 1919
3 NANCY ELIZABETH BURNETT b: July 18, 1872
+JOHN ALVIN WIDDERS m: September 24, 1890 in
Fayetteville, Washington Co., Arkansas
4 PERRY VICTOR WIDDERS b: July 14, 1891
4 PAUL WIDDERS b: November 20, 1897
4 PEARSON EDWIN WIDDERS b: July 3, 1903
4 WINSLOW JOHN WIDDERS b: November 10, 1905
4 LUCY WIDDERS b: November 12, 1907
3 JOHN BURNETT b: 1873
3 JEREMIAH BURNETT b: 1874
3 JUDIA BURNETT b: 1875
3 FLORENCE BURNETT b: 1876
3 CHARLES EPHRAIM BURNETT b: June 7, 1882 d:
January 10, 1969
+NORA BELL DAWSON b: July 7, 1888 d: February
19, 1978 m: July 16, 1905 in
Wilburton, Oklahoma (Indian Territory)
4 GRACIE MARIE BURNETT b: March 20, 1906 d:
July 28, 1981
4 THORA JANE BURNETT b: July 15, 1908
4 CECIL EPHRAM BURNETT b: April 30, 1910
4 MARY EUNICE BURNETT b: February 16, 1913
4 JAMES ROLAND BURNETT b: May 11, 1916 d:
January 11, 1973
4 JEREMIAH MASTON BURNETT b: September 30,
1916 d: October 3, 1920
4 HERBERT TALMAGE BURNETT b: May 2, 1921 d:
May 2, 1921
4 JOSEPH PERRY BURNETT b: July 21, 1922
4 LONNIE LEE BURNETT b: August 2, 1925
4 OLIVER DAWSON BURNETT b: December 3, 1928

=======================================================
The end of this compilation.

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1308310&id=I68884494
John Burnett served in the Army under Andrew Jackson in the Battle of New
Orleans in 1812.
John and Sallie Burnett moved from Tennessee to Crawford county, Arkansas
in 1843 or 1846. They moved to just above the mouth of Blackburn Fork of
Lee's Creek, a short distance from the Washington County line. They were
members of the Primitive Baptist Church, also known as Hard Shelled
Baptists. William Burnett a brother of John, moved from Tennessee to
Gumlog, Arkansas, in 1843. Gumlog was in Pope County or Conway county.
John and Sallie lived with their daughter, Betty Ann Spencer, during the
Civil War. Betty's husband, D. H. Spencer, was killed by bushwackers in
1863. Betty had taken him something to eat and he was sitting on a log
eating it when he was shot. After the Civil War ended, John and Sallie
lived with their daughter, Judia Burnett London and her husband, John L.
until their deaths about 7 years later in 1872.


139. Sarah Sallie Oliver ^

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/d/e/i/Steve-S-Deitz/GENE3-0002.html
5. SALLY2 OLIVER (JOHN1) was born 1792 in Jones Co. NC, and died 1872 in Cedarville, Crawford Co. AR. She married JOHN BURNETT Abt. 1810 in Roane Co. Tennessee. He was born February 11, 1776 in VA, and died 1871in Cedarville, Crawford Co. AR. More About SALLY OLIVER: Military service: 1796, Twin to Eli Oliver
�2, TN; d. August 22, 1877, Crawford Co. AR.�
iv.�


140. Richard Elkins ^

Richard Elkins, Darby�s father, was the first settler of Hart's Creek District, WV.

http://www.main.com/~djwebb/census/pages/132.html#194
1850 Logan Co, WV census
194
Richd.Elkin80 MFarmer$300 VA1 (born abt 1770)
RebeccaMcGuire67 FVA1
AntheliaElkin21 FVA
D. K.Elkin4/12MVA

195
IsaiahAdkins25 MFarmer$1,200 VA
Mary J.Adkins20 FVA
EvalineAdkins3 FVA
CharlesAdkins4/12MVA
208
MiltonElkin31 MFarmer-KY
AdelineElkin23 FKY1
ArchibaldElkin5 MKY
James D.Elkin3 MKY
Rueben C.Elkin1 MKY
ArchibaldElkins58 MFarmer-KY
HannahElkins 60 FKY1
AmandaElkins16 FKY
SherodEstep20 MKY
MarthaEstep27 FKY1
Geo. W.Estep7/12MKY
tons of Adkins' around

1850 Wayne Co, WV census
225 ELKINS ALEXANDER 21
225 ELKINS ALEXANDER 2
223 ELKINS CHARLES D. 1
223 ELKINS CLERISA A. 18
223 ELKINS DARBY K. 40
225 ELKINS DUDLEY W.P. 11
225 ELKINS ELIZA E. 10
225 ELKINS ELIZABETH 36
223 ELKINS FURIBIN 20
223 ELKINS JACOB K. 13
225 ELKINS JAMES D .8
225 ELKINS JARRARD C.R. 6
223 ELKINS KELLY 15
225 ELKINS LAVINA 5
223 ELKINS LEANDER 4
223 ELKINS LOUISA A. 6
223 ELKINS LUCINDA 10
223 ELKINS LYDDIA 40
225 ELKINS MATILDA 12
223 ELKINS NANCY E. 11
223 ELKINS PHEBE E. 7
225 ELKINS SARAH A. 34
225 ELKINS SUZANNA 65
225 ELKINS SUZANNA 8
225 ELKINS WILLIAM 38

Cabell Co VA
Hardesty identified the following as early patentees
William Walker - William Dengis - David French - John Dengis - Jesse Spurlock - William Fullerton - George Hambleman - Thomas Vaughan - Charles Brown - William Smith - George Spurlock - Reuben Booton - Jeremiah Ward - Thomas Ward - Jacob Adkins - Berry Adkins - Nathaniel Scales - John Miller - William Buffington - Robert Rutherford - Manoah Bostick - Samuel Smiley - James Holderby - Frances Cyrus - Major Dowell - Joseph Garrett - Jacob Atkinson - John Sansom - Thomas Buffington - Zachariah Elkins - William Elkins - Lewis Hanor - Joseph Workman - Jacob Stollins - Philip Ballard - William Clark - Edmund McGinnis - Daniel Dawson - Edward McGinnis

�rginia Marriages

MONTGOMERY COUNTY
1780 Nov.28; Elijah Elkins to Jerusha Booth
1787 Dec.4; Richard Elkins to Nancy (Leslie) Maguire

CABELL COUNTY
1829 Oct. 8, Darby K. Elkins to Liddy Adkins


ancestor? http://www.inficad.com/~cingram/warren/d43.htm
JAMES ELKIN, SR., was a Revolutionary Soldier, enlisted 1776 from Henry Co., Virginia and served through the war. He was at the battle of Kings Mountain with his Captain Rees Bowen who was killed in the battle. His
Revolutionary services have been accepted many times by the Daughters of the American Revolution for man of his descendants.

http://al7fl.abts.net/HTML-DATA/NCWVA.html/d0004/g0000060.htm
Darby Kelly ELKINS
1 Jun 1810 - 9 Sep 1856

•BIRTH: 1 Jun 1810, Virginia
•DEATH: 9 Sep 1856
Father: Richard ELKINS
Mother: Rebecca "Nancy" LESLIE
Family 1 : Lydia Eveline ADKINS
•MARRIAGE: 8 Oct 1829, Cabell Co., WV
1.�ELKINS
6.�(30) was born in 1770 in Montgomery Co., Virginia. He died on 26 Mar 1854 in Logan Co., West Virginia. He was married to Rebecca Nancy LESLIE on 4 Dec 1787 in , MONTGOMERY CO., VIRGINIA.

85. Rebecca Nancy LESLIE (31) was born in 1756 in , MONTGOMERY CO., VIRGINIA. She died on 14 Jul 1841 in , Logan County, W. Virginia. Children were:
i. Archibald ELKINS was born in 1790 in , Tazewell Co., Virginia. He died after 1850 in Virginia. .
ii. James ELKINS was born in 1792 in MONTGOMERY CO, VIRGINIA. He died in Virginia.
iii. Lucretia Lucy ELKINS was born in 1795 in TAZEWELL CO., VIRGINIA. She died on 10 Apr 1873 in Virginia.
iv. Nancy ELKINS was born in 1796 in TAZEWELL CO., VIRGINIA. She died in Virginia.
v. Robert ELKINS was born in 1797 in TAZEWELL CO., VIRGINIA.
vi. Edley (Edward or Eddie) ELKINS was born in 1800 in TAZEWELL CO., VIRGINIA. He died in Virginia.
vii. Martha ELKINS was born in 1801 in TAZEWELL CO., VIRGINIA.
viii. Harvey ELKINS was born in 1802 in TAZEWELL CO., VIRGINIA. He died after 1880 in Virginia.
ix. Israel ELKINS was born in 1803 in ,,Virgiinia. He died in Virginia.
x. Susannah ELKINS was born in 1805 in Kanawha Co., OR TAZEWELL CO.Virginia. She died in Virginia.
xi. Richard, Jr. ELKINS was born in 1807 in Kanawha Co., Virginia. He died in Virginia.
xii. Hannah ELKINS was born in 1808 in Cabell Co., W. Virginia. She died in Virginia.
42 xiii. DARBY K. ELKINS.
xiv. ANTHELIA ELKINS was born in 1812 in Cabell Co., W. Virginia. She died in Virginia.

Subj: Elkins
Date: 99-08-30 14:46:34 EDT
From: glinville@columbiaenergygroup.com
To: paskenell@aol.com

Hello David
I come through Darby's brother James. This is what little info that I have on this family. Is this the same family? Hope it helps?
Gerald Linville

1. RICHARD JR2 ELKINS (RICHARD SR1) was born 1762 in Montgomery Co. VA., and died March 26, 1854 in Logan Co. VA. (WV). He married (1) REBECCA MCGUIRE. He married (2) NANCY LESLIE December 04, 1787 in Montgomery Co. VA., daughter of WILLIAM LESLIE and ELIZABETH BUCKANNIN.
Notes for NANCY LESLIE:
Widow of John McGuire
Child of RICHARD ELKINS and REBECCA MCGUIRE is:
i. ANTHELIA3 ELKINS, b. Abt. 1829; m. JEFFERSON MULLINS, November 14, 1879.

Children of RICHARD ELKINS and NANCY LESLIE are:
ii ARCHIBALD3 ELKINS, b. Abt. 1790, Montgomery Co. VA.; d. Aft. 1850, Cabell CO., WV.; m. HANNAH STEPHENSON, Tazewell Co., VA..
iii. JAMES ELKINS, b. Abt. 1792, Montgomery Co. VA.; d. Abt. 1840, Logan Co. VA. (WV); m. LEVINA ELKINS, Abt. 1815, Cabell CO., WV..
iv. LUCRETIA ELKINS, b. Abt. 1795, Tazewell Co., VA.; m. JAMES W HITE, July 14, 1814, Cabell CO., WV..
v. EDLEY ELKINS, b. Abt. 1796, Tazewell Co., VA..
vi. NANCY ELKINS, b. Abt. 1796; m. WILLIAM WALLS, May 11, 1816, Cabell CO., WV..
vii. ROBERT ELKINS, b. Abt. 1797, Tazewell Co., VA.; m. (1) ARMINTA MCDONALD.
viii. HARVEY ELKINS, b. Abt. 1801, Tazewell Co., VA.; d. Aft. 1850, Cabell CO., WV..
ix. MARTHA ELKINS, b. Abt. 1803, Tazewell Co., VA.; m. ELIJAH ELKINS, Abt. 1820, VA..
x. ISRAELL ELKINS, b. Abt. 1804, Tazewell Co., VA.; m. ??? BROWNING, Abt. 1824, VA..
xi. SUSANNAH ELKINS, b. Abt. 1805, Tazewell Co., VA..
xii. RICHARD III ELKINS, b. Abt. 1807, Tazewell Co., VA.; d. VA.; m. MISS MAY, Abt. 1830, Kanawha Co., WV..
xiii. HANNAH ELKINS, b. Abt. 1808, Cabell CO., WV.; m. JOSEPH MOORE, October 04, 1825.
xiv. DARBY KELLEY ELKINS, b. Abt. 1810, Kanawha Co., WV.; d.1856, Vernon Co. Missouri.

1850 Logan Co, WV census
194
Richd.Elkin80 MFarmer$300 VA1
RebeccaMcGuire67 FVA1
AntheliaElkin21 FVA
D. K.Elkin4/12MVA
195
IsaiahAdkins25 MFarmer$1,200 VA
Mary J.Adkins20 FVA
EvalineAdkins3 FVA
CharlesAdkins4/12MVA
208
MiltonElkin31 MFarmer-KY
AdelineElkin23 FKY1
ArchibaldElkin5 MKY
James D.Elkin3 MKY
Rueben C.Elkin1 MKY
ArchibaldElkins58 MFarmer-KY
HannahElkins 60 FKY1
AmandaElkins16 FKY
SherodEstep20 MKY
MarthaEstep27 FKY1
Geo. W.Estep7/12MKY
tons of Adkins' around

I'll begin by saying that I have NOT done any original research on the Elkins lines prior to your Zachacheus/Zachariah "Zach" Elkins Sr.
I will first paraphrase from the book "The Elkins Families" by Barbara Martin Thompson of Santa Rosa Calif. She has your Zach. born abt. 1764-1766 in "what was then Montgomery Co. Va.; but is now Tazewell or Bland Co. Va." Zach Sr. died aft. 1850 prob. in Boone Co. Va.(WV). He married Rachel Ann Smith, b.abt.1765-'68; & d.Sept.29, 1855 Boone Co. Va.(WV). She may be the dau. of William Smith. Mrs. Thompson has listed Richard Elkins, Jr. b.abt.1768-1770 and William Elkins, b.abt.1772 as brothers of your Zach Sr. She also speculates that Drury Elkins may be another brother in this family.
Knowing that in the earlier times discussed here, a younger man called for instance, Zach Elkins, Jr., may or may not be a son of Zach Sr. Why? Because it was customary then to distinguish a younger "relative" within a family "clan" as Jr. to help keep track of whether you mean Zach the elder or Zach "the younger". Sometimes the relationship is father-son, or Uncle-nephew, or uncle-grand nephew, or elder cousin-younger cousin, or grandpa-grandson. Without solid proof, she at the time of researching her book, believed Zach Jr.b.abt.1809 was the grandson of Zach Sr., and that Zach Jr.'s father was Joseph Elkins, b.abt.1778; and Jr.'s mother was Elizabeth McNeely, b.abt.1788. Mrs. Thompson recounts the story told to me by Sigfus Olafson (the grand old man of genealogy) of Boone Co. It goes: Joseph Elkins & wife Elizabeth McNeely, after having 2 children; namely, your Zach Jr. and a girl named Celia,
were facing a 2nd. war with England (the war of 1812) and Joe Elkins and his good buddy, Joseph WORKMAN, both signed up to go fight the British. Our Joseph Elkins being mortally wounded, and while dying in the presence of his friend Joe Workman, said; "Joe, don't let my family suffer." So after the war, Joe Workman went back to the Spruce fork of the Coal River and married his friend's widow, becoming the step-father of her first two children. Joseph Workman and Elizabeth (McNeely)Elkins, after being married had 10 more children of their own. All being born in the "Bald Knob" area.
In Barbara Martin Thompson's book you will find that she believes the father of Zach.SR. was: (quoting Mrs. Thompson) "Richard Elkins Sr. b. sometime between 1726 & 1744." Further quoting her: "He was on the 1788 & 1789 Montgomery Co. Va. tax list as Richard Elkins, Sr. In 1801, he was in Tazewell Co. Va., and was exempted from paying taxes because of 'bodily infirmity and old age'."
From this Mrs. Thompson believed Richd. Sr. to be in his 60's or 70's, thus her speculation on his birth years. In her research, she found that two Elkins men (Ralph & Archibald) were the first of that surname to be found in the once gigantic Montgomery Co. It took in all of 13 existing counties in S.W. Va. and modern WV.
This giant Montgomery also took in parts of the WV counties of Mingo, Boone, Logan, Kanawha and Fayette. These two men were found in the 1782 Montg. Co. TAX List.
This Ralph & Archibald are believed to be brothers, and are also possibly brothers of our own Richard Elkins Sr. (all speculation)
In the early Va. records there are so many references to men named Richard, Ralph, Nathaniel, Archibald, William, John, James, and what appears to be brothers renaming thier sons after their own brothers and uncles, it becomes mind boggling. One speculation that looks "pretty solid" is that we all descend from English born: Ralph Elkins, sr. who first came to VA. in 1657 and along with 6 other persons was granted 350 acres of land in James City County, VA., on the north side of the James River. {Vol.1 Patent Book #4, page 168}
Ralph Sr. apparently returned to England only to come back to VA. in 1661. In his 2nd. coming, he settled on 30 acres of land in York Co. Va., probably in Jan. 13, 1661 whch seems an odd time of the year to arrive by ship in those days. If so, he may have arrived in late summer or autumn of 1660, and then moved to his 30 acres on 1-13-1661. [I believe records later than 1661 show a Ralph Elkins also arriving in Va. Could this be our guy having gone back a 2nd. time and then arriving on a 3rd. coming to Va. ? Or yet, another Ralph?????]
Based on the research of others of whom I know not, our Patriarch, Ralph Elkins, Sr. married Frances Ashton, the dau. of Major James Ashton. The will of Maj. James Ashton of Stafford Co. Va., dated 1686, was probated July 14, 1687. In the will of Ralph(of all), he left a certain tract of land to two of his sons, namely: Richard Elkins and his brother Nathaniel Elkins. Assuming we come from the line of Richard the s/o Old Ralph, then this Richard Elkins is said to have married a Miss Elizabeth Bryant of Va. Some other records may indicate her name may also have been Mary (unless 2 separate women are being confused as one) which would have made her Mary Eliz. or Elizabeth Mary Bryant. Richard Elkins, (s/o old Ralph) died in 1726, leaving land to his son Richard Elkins, Jr. & another son, William. This Richard Jr. may be the one we have called Richard Sr. born abt. 1726-1744 by Mrs. Thompson's estimation. Perhaps she should have placed the earliest possible date of his birth in the period from 1719-1726. If this is correct, he would be the father of (1) Richard Elkins b. 1768-1770 who married Nancy (Leslie) McGuire, a widow.
(2) Zachariah/Zacheus b.1764-1766 who m. Rachel Ann Smith (3)William Elkins, b.abt.1772 who m. Ann Smith
This would bring you down the line from:(1) Old Ralph, (2)Richard, died 1727, (3) Zach Sr. Elkins (4) Joseph Elkins (5) Zach Jr. Elkins (6)Cynthia {Elkins} Jeffrey
....A grand mixture of facts & speculation. I hope it can all be untangled someday. I descend from your Zach Sr.'s dau. Levina Elkins who married her cousin, James Elkins, b. abt.1792, a son of Richard & Nancy (Leslie) Elkins. So James and his cousin wife, Levina are my 4th great grandparents.
Your Zach. sr. and his brother Richard Elkins are both my 5th. great grandfathers.
.... So, Hello Cousin, hope this has helped.....or perhaps has added to the confusion. J.R.Hall avanti@newwave.net

Note - before reading too much into this there were many Richard's and Zachariah's, etc in this area at the time
http://ls.net/~newriver/va/taze1802.htm
The 1802 Tazewell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Name White Males 16+ Blacks 12-16 Blacks 16+ Horses, Mares Colts & Mules
Elkins, Zechariah 2 - - 2
Elkins, Richard 2 - - 2
McCurdy, John 2 - - -
McGuire, Josiah 2 - - 3
McGuire, Joseph 1 - - 3
McGuire, William, Jun. 2 - - -
McGuire, William, Sen. 2 - 8 -
Lasley, John 1 2 - 12
Lasley, Robert 2 - - 4

Richard Elkins was the first settler of Hart's Creek District, WV.


Evidence for the family of Richard Elkins:

1788 - The 1788 Tax List for Montgomery County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1789 - The 1789 Tax List of Montgomery County, Virginia dated February 20, 1790 shows Zachariah Elkins with 2 horses, Drury Elkins with 3 horses, Richard Elkins, Sr. with 1 horse, Richard Elkins, Jr. with 2 horses. (Source: research of Carol Stultz lists published by Nettie Schreiner-Yantis, 1972)

1796 - The 1796 Tax List for Wythe County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1797 - The 1797 Tax List for Wythe County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1798 - The 1798 Tax List for Wythe County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1801 - The 1801 Tax List for Tazewell County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1802 - The 1802 Tax List for Tazewell County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1806 - The 1806 Tax List for Kanawha County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1810 - The 1810 Census for Kanawha County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1815 - The 1815 Cabell and Tazewell County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1820 - The 1820 Census for Cabell County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1824 - The 1824 Census/Tax List for Logan County, Virginia, later West Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1827 - The 1827 Census/Tax List for Logan County, Virginia, later West Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1833 - The 1833 Census/Tax List for Logan County, Virginia, later West Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1835 - The 1835 Census/Tax List for Logan County, Virginia, later West Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1837 - The 1837 Census/Tax List for Logan County, Virginia, later West Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1830 - The 1830 Census for Logan County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1840 - The 1840 Census for Logan County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

1850 - The 1850 Census for Logan County, Virginia (Source: research of Carol Stultz)
Children
Archibald Elkins b: ABT. 1790 in Montgomery County, Virginia
James Elkins b: ABT. 1792 in Montgomery County, Virginia
Lucretia Elkins b: ABT. 1795 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Nancy Elkins b: ABT. 1796 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Edley Elkins b: ABT. 1796 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Robert Elkins b: ABT. 1797 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Harvey Elkins b: ABT. 1801 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Martha Elkins b: ABT. 1803 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Israell Elkins b: ABT. 1804 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Susannah Elkins b: ABT. 1805 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Richard Elkins III b: ABT. 1807 in Tazewell County, Virginia
Hannah Elkins b: ABT. 1808 in Cabell County, West Virginia
Darby K. Elkins b: ABT. 1810 in Kanawha County, Virginia

History of Logan County, W.Va. - by Henry Clay Ragland
Richard Elkins, of Montgomery, also came with William Dingess and settled near the big island on Island Creek. The island was covered with a heavy growth of cane, and Elkins leased it from Dingess and cleared it out, and the first year that he cultivated it in corn he raised three thousand bushels, or about one hundred bushels to the acre. (a few acres of the Island had been cleared before that time by the Workman brothers heretofore mentioned, and cultivated in corn.) He was also the father of a large family his wife being a Miss Maguire, of Montgomery. His sons were Archibald, who married a Miss Gillaspie, of Tazewell, James, who married his cousin - a daughter of Zach Elkins, of Hewett; Robert, who married the widow of Edward McDonald and who was formerly a Miss Harvey; Israel, who married a daughter of William Browning; Richard, Jr., who married a Miss May, and Eddie and Harvey, whose wives are unknown. His daughters were Lucretia, who married James White; Martha, who married Elijah Elkins (son of Wm. Elkins, of Newett); Nancy, who married William Walls; Susannah, who married John White, (son of Jack), and Hannah, who married William Moore, of Tazewell. This last mentioned couple joined the Mormons and were with Joe Smith at Nauvoo. Zach and William Elkins, brothers of Richard Elkins, settled on Hewett and, like Richard, had numerous descendants, but we are unable to give their names. From these three brothers, however, are descended the Elkins family of Logan and adjoining counties.

Nancy McGuire and Rebecca McGuire; There is a deed that both Richard Elkins and Nancy McGuire signed; This is from Bob McGill -
Date of this Deed is: 1841, 6 October, Richard Elkins and Rebecca Maguire received some land from Archibald and Hannah Elkins, 70 acres corner of Peter Dinges, deceased. Logan County, VA;
Witnesses: Joseph Workman and Anthella Elkins, listed as late daughter of Richard's in the census I sent;


141. Rebecca "Nancy" Leslie ^

Another site states name was Rebecca "Nancy" Leslie. Could Maguire be from a previous marriage?

bj: Re: Montgomery Co marriage lookup
Date: 99-08-31 17:39:46 EDT
From: GOODE2SHUS
To: Paskenell
David, I have the same marriages from two different books.
(1) Marriages in the New River Valley, by Theresa Fisher. Richard Elkins & Nancy McGuire, 4 Dec.1787 Montgomery Co.
(2)) A Brief of Wills & Marriages in Mont. & Fincastle Counties, by Anne L.Worrell Richard Elkins & Nancy McGuire, Richard Elkins, Sr. surety 2 Dec 1787
One of the dates may be the marriages bond and the other one the actual marriage.
Hope this helps: Kitty

In 1850, a Rebecca is listed as living with Richard Jr. and she is much to young to be the mother of any of his children. He may have remarried. (Source: research of Carol Stultz)

I am searching for information on the line from William Robert Leslie who's son Robert Leslie married Esther ? and they had several children, one of them, Nancy Leslie who married a John McGuire. They had two children, William and Nancy. John McGuire died ? and Nancy married a second time to a Richard Elkins.
I am interested in any information on this Leslie Family and the McGuire Family that Nancy married into. I have no dates to go by except I know it was before 1800.


142. Jacob Adkins ^

Note - many Adkin's and Elkin's in 7th West Virginia Cavalry...to do...figure out tie into family (http://www.wvcivilwar.com/wv7thcav/roster.htm)


http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvwayne/a50.htm
1850 Wayne Co VA census
pg 222
Jacob Adkins 88 m farmer VA
Phebe 80 f VA


in 1840 Jacob Adkins lived next door to Darby Elkins

http://al7fl.abts.net/HTML-DATA/NCWVA.html/d0045/g0000024.htm
Jacob ADKINS
1761 - 20 Sep 1857
•BIRTH: 1761, Halifax County, Virginia
•DEATH: 20 Sep 1857, Wayne County, West Virginia
Mother: Mary ADKINS
Family 1 : Phoebe BRADSHAW
•MARRIAGE: 28 Mar 1791, Franklin County, Virginia
1.+Elizabeth "Betsy" ADKINS
2.+Nancy ADKINS
3.+Charles "Blind Charley" ADKINS
4.+Jacob ADKINS
5.+Hiram ADKINS
6.+Mary E. ADKINS
7.+Lydia Eveline ADKINS
8.+Lewis ADKINS

5. JACOB4 ADKINS (MARY3, WILLIAM V.2, THOMAS1 ADKINS/ATKINSON) was born ABT 1761 in Halifax Co. VA, and died 1857 in Wayne Co VA. He married PHOEBE BRADSHAW, daughter of SUSANNAH BRADSHAW.

8th VA Cav. CSA A part of Co.K of the 8th Regiment were Noah Adkins, Winchester Adkins....(poss relatives)
16th VA Cav. CSA Capt. H. Spurlock's Company of Ferguson's Battalion of Virgina Calvary (CSA)Adkins, Enoch-19; Adkins, Greenville L.-35; Adkins, Hesacher-25


33. Jacob ADKINS was born in 1761 in Halifax County, Virginia. He died on 20 Sep 1857 in Wayne County, West Virginia.
He was married to Phoebe BRADSHAW (daughter of Susanna BRADSHAW) on 28 Mar 1791 in Franklin County, Virginia. Phoebe BRADSHAW was born in 1771. She died in 1862. Jacob ADKINS and Phoebe BRADSHAW had the following children:
+142 i. Elizabeth "Betsy" ADKINS was born in 1792 in Montgomery County (Giles), Virginia.
+143 ii. Nancy ADKINS was born in 1797 in Montgomery County (Giles), Virginia. She appeared on the census in 1880 in Wayne County, West Virginia. (138) Nancy is listed in 1880 Census of Wayne County, West
Virginia as living with her son Leander.
+144 iii. Charles "Blind Charley" ADKINS was born in Jul 1800 in Cabell County, Virginia. He died on 10 Feb 1897 in Lincoln County, West Virginia.
+145 iv. Jacob ADKINS Jr. was born in 1802 in Montgomery County (Giles), Virginia. He died in 1857.
+146 v. Hiram ADKINS was born in 1804 in Cabell County, Virginia.
+147 vi. Mary E. ADKINS was born on 21 Dec 1806 in Giles County, Virginia.
+148 vii. Lydia Eveline ADKINS was born on 15 Mar 1810 in Cabell County, Virginia. She appeared on the census in 1860 in Crawford County, Arkansas. She died on 20 Feb 1895 in Crawford County, Arkansas. She was
buried on 23 Feb 1895 in Kimes Cemetery located West of Chester, Arkansas. Sometime after 1850 (on Wayne County census in 1850) Darby and Lydia left VA (WV) and with their family moved on to Vernon County,
Missouri. Very little is known of their Missouri stay as just six years later Darby died (9 Sept. 1856). Sometime after this and prior to 1860 Lydia moved her family to Crawford County, Arkansas.
+149 viii. Lewis ADKINS was born on 21 Dec 1814 in Cabell County, Virginia.

From Adkins' Family History:
"On 28 March, 1791 in Franklin Co. Va. Jacob married Phoee Bradshaw b ca 1771 d/o Susanna. J acob and Phoebe left the Pigg River area very soon after the marriage along with other famil y members. They moved to Northern Montgomery Co. to an area of the Bluestone River that woul d become Giles Co. in 1806, Fayette in 1830, Raleigh in 1850, and West Virginia in 1863. Alt hough the move was only to the next county it was a long move. The same trip today would tak e one through at least six counties. Jacob, Phoebe and most of the others did not tarry lon g at this place. Jacob and other family members had land grants much further West in an are a of Virginia (Kanawha Co.) that would become Cabell Co. in 1809, and Wayne in 1842. Jacob' s sister Nancy and her husband Littleberry Adkins were already living there and evidently ha d made very favorable reports of the area.

Jacob is recorded in Kanawha Co. as having land surveyed on the main Beech Fork in 1807 & 180 8 and in renewing these surveys in CC in 1810. He had 300 acres surveyed 3 Dec. 1810-100 o f which had been entered Kanawha Co. in 1808 from part of a land office treasusry warrant #87 36 and 200 more on warrant #714 dated 17 March, 1780-CC survey bk 1 pg. 19. Jacob entered 30 0 more acres on 30 October 1811 from treasury warrant #7960. This land was adjacent to Jacob 's brother Sherrod. Some of Sherrod's land surveyed Nov. 11 was taken from the same treasur y warrant #7960 dated 16 Nov 1781. This land was choice with plenty of good bottom land. Ha rdesty's Wayne Co. states that the 100 acre plot mentioned above was to begin at "the lower e nd of the long bottom below the Stone Fort Park, so as to include what was then called Ceda r Bottom".

As with most of the original Adkins ancestors that came into Wayne Co. there has been much mi sinformation passed on to researchers adn from researchers about Jacob and Phoebe. Some ar e listed below:
Jacob was the only child of Mary to reach adulthood. (false)
Jacob settled on Hart's Creek of Lincoln Co (false)
Phoebe's name was Bracher rather than Bradshaw (false)
Jacob was born in Jamestown, Va (false)
In Godspeed's "History of Northwest, Arkansas" the author in writing a biographical sketch o f Jacob and Phoebe's grandson, Leander Elkins, states that "Jacob was born in Jamestown colon g Va. in 1758, that he d. 1862" and that "Phoebe was born about 1768". (false) Misinformatio n such as the above has caused much delay in fathering the true history of the family.

Jacob appears on the first CC census in 1810 and on the 1820, 1830, and 1840 census of that c ounty. He also is listed in the first WC census in 1850 giving his age as 85 and Phoebe as 8 2.

Through CC deed books the disposal of Jacob and Phoebe's choice land can be traced. As eac h of their children reached adulthood they were given 40 to 60 acres. CC deed bks 2,3,&4 rec ord land transactions to Thomas Gilkerson, husband of daughter Nancy, in 1817, to oldest so n Charles in 1820, to Jacob Jr. in 1823, and to Lewis in 1834.

Jacob died 20 Sept., 1857 in Wayne Co.; in the 1860 WC census Phoebe was living in the househ old of Reese Harvey Elkins, 3rd husband of daughter Mary. She was listed as 89 yrs. old. Sh e died ca 1862.

Also from Adkins' Family History: (pg. 22)
"Jacob s/o Mary Adkins b ca 1762 in the Pigg River area of the Snow Creeek District of Halifa x Co., Va. This area would become Pittsylvania in 1767, Henry in 1776, and Franklin, as toda y, in 1785.
There is no record of Jacob having served in the Revolution."

From Goodspeed's, History of Northwest Arkansas, page 1146: D. K. and Lydia E. (Adkins) Elkins, were natives of Virginia. The family moved to Vernon County, MO., before 1850, (as actually after 13 July 1850) and D. K. died there in 1856. In connection with farming he was a mechanic and cabinetmaker, and worked at those trades. Eight of his eleven children are still living: Furibin, of Washington County; J. K., of California; Mrs. Nancy E. Kimes, of this county; Mrs. Phoebe Kimes, of this county; Mrs. Lucinda Reed, of Barry County, Mo.; Mrs. Louisa A. Kimes, of this county; Leander and L. W. Elkins, of Livingston, Ill. The grandparents, Jacob and Phoebe Adkins, were of English descent. The former was born in Jamestown Colony, Va., in 1758, and died in 1862, and the latter was born about 1768. They moved from Jamestown Colony to New River, and lastly to Wayne County, Va., where they engaged in farming.


143. Phoebe Bradshaw ^

5. JACOB4 ADKINS (MARY3, WILLIAM V.2, THOMAS1 ADKINS/ATKINSON) was born
ABT 1761 in Halifax Co. VA, and died 1857 in Wayne Co VA. He married PHOEBE BRADSHAW, daughter of SUSANNAH BRADSHAW.

Phoebe BRADSHAW
1771 - 1862
•BIRTH: 1771 •DEATH: 1862
Mother: Susanna BRADSHAW
Family 1 : Jacob ADKINS
•MARRIAGE: 28 Mar 1791, Franklin County, Virginia
1.+Elizabeth "Betsy" ADKINS
2.+Nancy ADKINS
3.+Charles "Blind Charley" ADKINS
4.+Jacob ADKINS
5.+Hiram ADKINS
6.+Mary E. ADKINS
7.+Lydia Eveline ADKINS
8.+Lewis ADKINS

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/6359/bradshaw/desc1.txt = complete list of descendants

1850 Census of Wayne Co., Virginia
- District 66, p. 222 (13 Jul 1850) {6166}

58 60 ADKINS Jacob 88 M VA Farmer #1/1
Phoebe 82 F VA

http://www.geocities.com/~arslanm/bradshaw/bradshaw.html
Phoebe Bradshaw (daughter of William and Susannah) was born between 1767
and 1771, either in Amelia or Pittsylvania County, Virginia. She married
in 1791 in Franklin County to Jacob Adkins. They moved to Montgomery
(now Giles) County, Virginia shortly afterwards and then to Cabell Co.,
[West] Virginia by 1804. Wayne County, [West] Virginia was formed from
Cabell County in 1842. Phoebe died there in 1862; Jacob in 1857. They
had eight children: Elizabeth, Nancy, Charles, Jacob, Hiram, Mary E.,
Lydia Eveline, and Lewis. The Adkins Chronicles web page contains a lot
of information about this family.

Name: Phoebe Bradshaw
Given Name: Phoebe
Surname: Bradshaw
Sex: F
Birth: 1771 in Virginia
Death: ABT 1862 in ,Wayne Co. Virginia
Note: Note: In the 1860 Wayne Co. Va census, Phoebe was living in the household of Reese Harvey Elk ins, 3rd husband of her daughter Mary. She was listed as 89 years old.

From the Personal records of Teddie Anne Driggs - "Annie".
It is always the responsibility of the individual researcher to investigate stories & claims of lineage.

From the Personal records of Teddie Anne Driggs - "Annie".
It is always the responsibility of the individual researcher to investigate stories & claims of lineage.


148. Grizzle

Possible?
ID: I78921 Name: Willy Grizzle Given Name: Willy Surname: Grizzle Sex: M Birth: Abt 1769 in North Carolina Formed 1712 From Carolina Death: 5 May 1823 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties Reference Number: 78921 1 Change Date: 12 Jul 2001 at 18:03 Marriage 1 Sarah Hadley b: Abt 1787 in North Carolina Formed 1712 From Carolina
Change Date: 12 Jul 2001
Children
Elizabeth Grizzle b: Abt 1799 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties
James Grizzle b: Abt 1802 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties
Son Grizzle b: Abt 1804 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties
Wylie Grizzle b: Abt 1806 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties
Sarah Grizzle b: Abt 1808 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties
Joseph Grizzle b: Abt 1810 in Warren County, Georgia Formed 1793 From Columbia, Richmond, Wilkes Counties

According to 1820 census, WIllis Grizzle is the only resident who could have a 28 yoa son still living at home
Clement Grizzle 1 . . . 1 . 4 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . .
Willis Grizzle . 1 1 2 . 1 . 1 1 . . . 4 . . 1 . . . . . . .
1 m 10-16/1 m 16-18/2 m 16-26/1 m 45+ / 1 f 10-16/1 f 16-26/
Thos W Grizzle 2 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . .
No Ray's in 1820 census


160. Michael Worley Sr ^

there is a Michael Woler born on the Potomac abt 1737 that dies in Cripple Creek, Wyeth Co VA in 1827.

I found the following in Rowan Co. deed book no. 7 page 63:
13 Feb. 1769 Jonathan Poston and wife Mary to Felix Clotfelter, 101 a. on Brushy Fk Abbott's Crk adj. Clotfelter and Michal Worley.

This may account for why the Worley'sand Spraker's moved to Wyeth Co, VA
Zion Lutheran Church was founded in 1790 by Rev. John Stanger. The Rev. John Stanger was born in Kercheim, Germany on 10 June 1765, he attended the University of Tubigen majoring in Theology and in Medicine. He arrived in the Spring of 1787 in Charleston, SC and moved with other Germans to Rowland Co. NC(correction - Rowan Co, NC) to minister to the German Lutherans there.
In 1790 he received a call to organize a church among the German Lutherans in Wythe Co. Virginia. From 1791 to 1794 the services were held outside under a make shift pulpit between two trees until a log church was built in 1794. The trees are still standing today, although one of the trees acquired severe damage after hurricane Hugo in 1989.
Rev. Stanger served as the minister until 1824 when he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates for four terms. He married Anna Magdalena Wampler on Christmas Day 1791 and had nine children. He died Oct 14, 1848
and is buried at this church.
To this date there have been nine generations baptized at the church and most of the residents of the cemetery can all find a branch of their family tree that goes back to John Stanger.(Today it si known as Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Crockett, VA)


CHOWAN COUNTY, NC - Tax List - Chowan Precinct, 1717.
Chowan Precinct Tax List, 1717 NC
(Capt. Worley for horses)
Name - #Acres - #taxable persons
Worlye, John - 777 - 4

Michael Worley does not appear in 1790 Rowan Co census

In 1800 Stokes Co census there is a 45+ year old Henry Worley. Stokes Co came from Surry Co in 1789 which came from Rowan County in 1770 . Still appears to be there in 1810.

Halifax County, NC - Will - Burt, Joseph-1788

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by
Sarah Sharpless
Will: Joseph Burt, 1788, Halifax Co., NC
[Halifax Co., NC, Will Book 3, p. 152. Copy received from North Carolina State Archives.]
In the Name of God Amen. I Joseph Burt of Halifax county in the State of North Carolina, Planter, being weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, Thanks be given unto God, calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for men once to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. That is to say, as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has please God to bless me in this life, I give, demise [sic] and dispose of the same in the following manner and Form.
First, I give and bequeath to my beloved son John Burt one Negro girl, Dilie, to him and the heirs of his body forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my beloved son Joseph Burt all that tract or parcel of land which was granted to me by deed from John Worley in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy-seven, containing two hundred acres more or less, also one Negro boy named Simon, also one bay mare, one cow & calf, one sow & pigs, and all the other things which I have given into his possession to him, his heirs and assigns forever.


Aunt Norma has much documentation in Worley book starting with Michael. - book reports that first reporting of Michael is found on list of taxables in Rowan Co 20 Oct 1761 and owning land 31 Feb 1769 on Brishy Forks of Abbott's Creek Ded Book 7 (pgs 63-64)

Donna, this is what I have: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/r/o/robert-m-browning/BOOK-0001/0
008-0002.html
Michael WORLEY, Sr. (#166) [Jacob]
b. ~1733, Straussbourg, Alsace, France or Germany
d. before Nov. 20, 1813, Cripple Creek near Crockett, Wythe Co., VA.
m. ~1760 in Rowan Co., NC
f. Jacob WERLEY (#322)
m.
REIGHERT, Anna (#167) [Jacob]
b. ~1735, Lancaster Co., PA.
d. April 8, 1810, Wythe Co., VA
m. ~1755, Rowan Co., NC.
f. Jacob REIGHERT (#324)
m.
children of Michael WORLEY, Sr. and Anna REIGHERT are:

1. Michael WORLEY, Jr., born ~1762, Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co., NC. died ~1788, NC
m. ~1781 in Rowan Co., NC. Ann RHODES
2. Jacob WORLEY, born ~ 1760, Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co.,NC. died ~1797, Wythe Co., VA.
m. ~1785 in Rowan Co., NC Catherine "Catey"_____
3. George WORLEY, born ~1765, Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co., NC. died Jan. 26, 1842, Hardin Co., TN. m. ~1789 in Wythe Co., VA. Elizabeth _________
4. Catherine "Kate" WORLEY, born ~1767, Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co., NC. died ~1798, Wythe Co., VA.
5. Elizabeth WORLEY, born ~1769, Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co., NC. died Jan. 30, 1850, Wythe Co., VA.m. Anthony ROSENBAUM, born ~1768, Hanover, Lancaster Co, PA.
6. Valentine "Felty" WORLEY, born ~1771, Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co., NC. died Aug., 1849, Jefferson, Putnam Co., IN. m. June 12, 1793, Wythe Co., VA Barbara SPRAKER born ~1768, Wythe Co., VA. died May 21, 1808, Cripple Creek, Wythe Co., VA. buried May, 1808
7. Frederick WORLEY, born ~1773, Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co., NC. died Jan., 1843, Dade Co., MO. m1. March 07, 1797 in Rowan Co., NC. Sally FRY m2. January 06, 1827 in Putnam Co., IN Rebecca ________
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162. Michael WORLEY, SR., born Abt. 1733 in Straussbourg, Alsace, France or Germany; died Bef. 20 Nov 1813 in Cripple Creek near Crockett, Wythe Co., Virginia. He was the son of 324. Jacob WERLE and 325. Miss
UNKNOWN. He married 163. Anna REIGHER(T) Abt. 1755 in Rowan Co, North Carolina.
163. Anna REIGHER(T), born Abt. 1735 in Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania; died 08 Apr 1810 in Wythe Co., Virginia. She was the daughter of 326. Jacob REIGHER and 327. Miss UNKNOWN.
�re:
� Virginia; married Catherina "Catey" _____ Abt. 1785 in Rowan Co., North Carolina.�bt. 1781 in Rowan Co.,North Carolina.�erine "Kate" WORLEY, born Abt. 1767 in Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1798 in Wythe Co., Virginia; married Valentine "Felty" VAN HUSS Abt. 1787 in Rowan Co., North Carolina.�f Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co, North Carolina; died 30 Jan 1850 in Wythe Co, Virginia; married Anton "Anthony" ROSENBAUM Abt. 1788 in Rowan Co, North Carolina.�ina; died Aug 1849 in Jefferson, Putnam Co, Indiana; married (1) Anna Barbara SPRAKER 13 Jun 1793 in Wythe Co, Virginia; married (2) Maria Barbara YONTZ Abt. 1812 in Wythe Co, Virginia.�Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co, North Carolina; died Jan 1843 in Dade Co., Missouri; married (1) Sally FRY 07 Mar 1797 in North Carolina; married (2) Rebecca SMITH 06 Jan 1827 in Putnam Co., Indiana.

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350. Michael WORLEY, SR., born Abt. 1733 in Straussbourg, Alsace, France or Germany; died Bef. 20 Nov 1813 in Cripple Creek near Crockett, Wythe Co., Virginia. He was the son of 700. Jacob WERLE and 701. Miss
UNKNOWN. He married 351. Anna REIGHER(T) Abt. 1755 in Rowan Co, North Carolina.
351. Anna REIGHER(T), born Abt. 1735 in Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania; died 08 Apr 1810 in Wythe Co., Virginia. She was the daughter of 702. Jacob REIGHER and 703. Miss UNKNOWN.
�botts Creek, Rowan Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1797 in Wythe Co., Virginia; married Catherina "Catey" _____ Abt. 1785 in Rowan Co., North Carolina.�died Abt.
1788 in North Carolina; married Ann Nolan RHODES Abt. 1781 in Rowan Co.,North Carolina.�Elizabeth ________ Abt. 1789 in Wythe Co., Virginia.�ina.�RLEY, born Abt. 1771 in Abbotts Creek, Rowan Co, North Carolina; died Aug 1849 in Jefferson, Putnam Co, Indiana; married (1) Anna Barbara SPRAKER 13 Jun 1793 in Wythe Co, Virginia; married (2) Maria Barbara YONTZ Abt. 1812 in Wythe Co, Virginia.�Indiana.

http://www.claynet.com/athomas/worleymi/i0000257.htm

History of Rowan County
The Scotch-Irish were soon followed by another stream of immigrants the
Germans who had previously located in Pennsylvania. The route which the
German and Scotch-Irish settlers took in making the overland journey from
Pennsylvania to western North Carolina is described by Colonel Saunders as
follows:

On Jeffrey's map, a copy of which is in the Congressional Library at
Washington City, there is plainly laid down a road called "the Great Road
from the Yadkin River through Virginia to Philadelphia, distant 435
miles." It ran from Philadelphia through Lancaster and York to
Winchester, thence up the Shenandoah Valley, crossing the Fluvanna River
to Looney's Ferry, thence to Staunton River, and down the river through
the Blue Ridge, thence southward, crossing Dan River below the mouth of
Mayo River, thence still southward near the Moravian settlement to the
Yadkin River, just above the mouth of Linville Creek and about ten miles
above the mouth of Reedy Creek.9

The Germans did not extend their settlements quite so far west as the
Scotch-Irish did. They were industrious and economical in their habits
and formed a valuable part of the population. As the laws were written
and expounded in English and all public business was transacted in that
language, the Germans were incapable, in most instances, of participating
in public affairs.l0 The process whereby they were naturalized was the
taking of several oaths prescribed by law and the repeating and
subscribing of the test. The test, as entered on the court records of
the county, was in this form:

I, A. B., do believe in my conscience that there is not any
transubstantiation in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper or in the
elements of bread and wine at or after the consecration thereof by any
person whatsoever.11

Among the early German settlers appear the names of Bernhardt, Heilig,
Meisenheimer, Beard, Mull, Rintelman (Rendleman), Layrle (Lyerly), Kuhn
(Coon), Friese, Eisenhauer, Suther, Winecoff, Cress, Walcher, Harkey,
Savitz, Henkel, Moser, Braun (Brown), Lingle, Fisher, Berger, Lippard,
Peeler, Holtzhauer, Kluttz, Roseman, Foet, Shupping, Beam, and Buin.
.......
Other settlers from Virginia and the north came by a route further east
that passed through the section now embraced by Caswell County.12
Immigrants poured into the western country very rapidly. In 1751
Governor Johnston informed the Board of Trade that settlers flocked into
the province daily, mostly from Pennsylvania and other parts of America,
but some from Europe. Many thousands had then come in and settled mainly
in the west so that they had almost reached the mountains. In 1746
Matthew Rowan estimated that there were not more than one hundred fighting
men in the entire western part of the province between Virginia and South
Carolina. Seven years later he thought that there were then at least
three thousand fighting men in the same territory, and stated that their
numbers were increasing rapidly. These settlers were for the most part
"Irish-Protestants" (Scotch-Irish) and Germans.13
These settlers, coining as they did in groups, locatd (sic) in
neighborhoods to themselves, forming respectively Scotch-Irish and German
communities, scattered throughout the wilderness, and maintaining their
own customs, speech, and characteristics, and largely transmitting them to
posterity.14
(Abbott's Creek is located east of the Yadkin River)

Pilgrim Church is now Beulah United Church of Christ. It is located in Welcome, NC in present Davidson Co, NC. Alot of old German graves are there. I have seem them. Alot are still very legable.

1785 TAX: Rowan Co, NC, List of Capt. Henry Davis (now in Davidson Co). William Spurgeon: no land listed as for others.
Rev. Jethro Rumble, A History of Rowan Co, NC (Salisbury, NC: 1881; reprint ed., Baltimore: Reg. Pub. Co, 1978), pp. 153-4. "From Trading Ford, General (Nathaniel) Greene moved on to Abbott's Creek meeting-house, still in Old Rowan (Co), and halted for two or three days to rest his troops and await further developments (movement of Cornwallis' Army). During his stay there he made his headquarters at the house of Col. Spurgen, a Tory, who of course was not at home to receive him."


162. Johan John Christopher Sprecker ^

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166. Johann Christopher SPRECHER, born 11 Jun 1738 in Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania; died 18 Jun 1830 in Cripple Creek, Wythe Co., Virginia. He was the son of 332. Johann Christophr SPRECHER and 333. Maria Ernestine BECK. He married 167. Elizabeth REIGHER Abt. 1758 in Wythe Co, Virginia.
167. Elizabeth REIGHER, born Abt. 1744 in Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania; died 25 Aug 1825 in Wythe Co., Virginia. She was the daughter of 334. Jacob REIGHER and 335. Miss UNKNOWN.
�KETTENRING Abt. 1786 in Washington Co., Virginia.� Rowan Co., North Carolina; died 01 Sep 1831 in Cripple
Creek, Wythe Co., Virginia; married Eva KOCH 17 Jul 1791 in Cripple Creek, Wythe Co., Virginia.�7 Nov 1830 in Damascus, Washington co., Virginia; married John ROSENBAUM 04 Oct 1789 in Cripple Creek, Wythe Co., Virginia.�rginia; married Valentine "Felty" WORLEY 13 Jun 1793 in Wythe Co, Virginia.�05 Jun 1796 in Wythe Co., Virginia.�r 1779 in Wythe Co., Virginia; married David SPENGLER 24 Nov 1799 in Wythe Co., Virginia.�pple Creek, Wythe Co., Virginia; died 03 Feb 1810 in Cripple Creek, Wythe Co., Virginia.�10 Dec 1815 in Wythe Co., Virginia.

http://www.claynet.com/athomas/spraker/i0000085.htm
Christopher2 Spraker (Johann Georg1) was born in Lynn Twp, Lehigh, PA, US June 11, 1738. Christopher died June 18, 1830 in Wythe, Wythe, VA, US, at 92 years of age. His body was interred in Zion Luthern Cem, Wythe, VA.
He married Elizabeth Reighert in Davidson, VA, US, about 1762. Elizabeth was born in Of Lancs, Lancaster, PA, US about 1744. Elizabeth died August 25, 1825 in Wythe, Wythe, VA, US, at 81 years of age. Her body
was interred in Zion Luthern Cem, Wythe, VA.
Christopher Spraker and Elizabeth Reighert had the following children:
+ 5 i. Jacob3 Spraker was born 1763.
+ 6 ii. Catherine Spraker was born March 27, 1765.
+ 7 iii. Elizabeth Spraker was born 1767.
8 iv. Barbara Spraker was born in Wythe, VA, US 1768. Barbara died May 21, 1808 in Cripple Creek, Wythe, VA, US, at 39 years of age. Her body was interred May 1808. She married Valentine Worley in Wythe, VA, US,
June 12, 1793. Valentine was born June 12, 1793.
9 v. Juliana Spraker was born in Wytheville, Wythe, VA, US 1769.
+ 10 vi. Anna Maria "Mary" Spraker was born June 4, 1771.
+ 11 vii. Susanna Spraker was born August 28, 1774.
12 viii. George Spraker was born in Wythe, VA, US 1776. George died February 13, 1833 at 56 years of age. He married Margaret OR Peggy Spangler June 14, 1801.
13 ix. Eva Spraker was born in Wytheville, Wythe, VA, US about 1777. She married twice. She married David Spangler in Wythe, VA, US, November 24, 1799. She married George SCHUMACHER October 6, 1814.
14 x. Magdalene "Molly" Spraker was born in Wythe, VA, US 1779. She married Frederick Hines.
15 xi. Daughter Spraker was born in Wythe, VA, US about 1782.
16 xii. Daughter Spraker was born in Wytheville, Wythe, VA, US about 1786.
17 xiii. Esther Spraker was born in Wythe, VA, US September 22, 1789. Esther died February 16, 1810 at 20 years of age.
+ 18 xiv. John Michael Spraker was born February 16, 1792.

Buried - http://home.naxs.com/cameronnet/zion.htm


Catherine and Elizabeth Spracher's brother, Christopher, also relocated to Cripple Creek and settled near the Stephen Gose family. Christopher (Stophel) Spracher (Spraker) was one of the appraisers for Stephen's estate when he died in 1799. Christopher Spracher died in 1830 and appears to be the first of many "Sprakers" to be buried in the Zion Cemetery at Cripple Creek.


163. Elizabeth Reighert ^

Cemetery - http://home.naxs.com/cameronnet/zion.htm


164. John Arandal (Arrendell or Arnold) ?

The will of John Arrandall (sic) named the five children shown in this record. There were five other persons with the Arnold surname who lived in Johnson County that, because of their age and location, could have been John's children, or some other relation. These were Alexander, Andrew, Elijah, John Jr., and Meredith D. Since there are no civil records which prove that these five were realted to John, and since they were not mentioned in his will, they should be carried as separate family groups pending additional information.


ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/carter/land/a6540001.txt
Grant to John Arnold 10 Nov 1784 Carter County,TN

[Transcriber's note: This is a North Carolina land grant to John Arnold for 100 acres. At the time of the 1784 grant, this property was part of Washington County, North Carolina. This area became Carter County, Tennessee in 1796, and Johnson County, Tennessee in 1836. As a matter of interest, John Arnold appeared on the 1778 Washington County, NC List of Taxables as the owner of 100 acres.]

ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/carter/wills/a6530001.txt
Will of John Arrandal 18 Jan 1824 Carter County, TN

[Transcriber's note: This is the Last Will and Testament of John Arrandal. During his life, his surname was spelled Arrendell, Arendel, Arrandal and Arnold. When the will was written in 1824, his estate was located in Carter County, Tennessee. The area became Johnson County, TN in 1836.]
Last Will and Testament of John Arrandal
In the Name of God Amen.
I John Arrandal of Carter County and state of Tennessee Being of Sound and Perfect Mind and memory Blesed
Be God; Do this 18th day of Jenuary in The Year of our Lord one thousan Eight Hundred and twenty four, Make and publish this My Last will and testament In Manner and Form that is to say Furst I give and Bequeath unto My Beloved wife Mary Arrandal the Rone Mair and two Cows Her choise two Beds in the house all the Shelf Furniture and castings and All the shepp and the Home gang of hogs and her Saddle all for use her Lifetime and at her Death to Dispose off as She thinks proper.
2ly I give and Bequeath unto My son William Five Head of cattle and the oald horse cald Dick.
3ly I give and Bequeth unto My Daughter Elizabeth two cows and one Bed. (marr Lewis Jones)
4ly I give and Bequeath unto My Son Jarrit The yong Bey horse and the new Rifle gun My saddle and saddle bags one bed five head of cattle and one colt that sucks the Mair which Is to be valid and the price to My granDaughter
Araminty when She becomes able to take care of it Half the wild Hogs to Jarret My son.
5ly I give and Bequeath unto My Son Richard Four cows and three head of year oald cattle and half the wild hogs.
6ly I give and Bequeath unto my Daughter Hetty one cow and the Bed She has at home and the bason She has there
Also the Bey Mair.
7ly I give and Bequeath unto Hugh Bunten who I have Raisd one Rifle gun and one two year oald Heffer.
[Missing Line]
Friend Jaret Arrendal and Mathias Wagner Executors of this My Last will and Testamnet For witness whereof I the said John Arrandal Have here unto sit My hand and Seal this Day and year above writen.

Signed Seald Published
and Declared by the said his
John Arrandal the John x Arnold
Testator as his Last will mark
and testament in the presents
of us who wer present
at the time of Signing
and Sealing thereof
Test Caswell C. Taylor sgd
his
John x Harkiday
mark

JOHN ARNOLD dau Elizabeth Washington TN
Posted by: Luanne Spence Taylor Date: September 13, 1998 at 16:54:44 of 2360
Need parents of JOHN ARNOLD in Washington Co TN land grant 1784. He gave land in Carter Co TN at that same time to his daughter Elizabeth. She md LEWIS JONES before 1764. Were these families from in NC? It was said that the Jones family came from Wake Co NC.

http://www.paonline.com/javan/deloach/fam01365.htm
Husband: John ARRENDELL
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Born: ABT 1760 at: ,North Carolina
Married: ABT 1780 at: ,North Carolina
Died: ABT 1823 at: Carter County,Tennessee
Father:
Mother:
Other Spouses:
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Wife: Mary (ARRENDELL)
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Born: ABT 1760 at:
Died: ABT 1824/30 at: Johnson County,Tennessee
Father:
Mother:
Other Spouses:
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CHILDREN
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Name: William C. ARRENDELL, Arnold/
Born: ABT 1781 at: ,North Carolina
Married: ABT 1802 at: Johnson County,Tennessee
Died: AFT 1860 at: Johnson County,Tennessee
Spouses: Mrs William (Arnold) Mary FRYE
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Name: Elizabeth ARRENDELL
Born: ABT 1783 at:
Married: ABT 1803 at: Washington County,Tennessee
Died: at:
Spouses: Lewis Jones, Sr.
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Name: Hetty ARRENDELL
Born: ABT 1786 at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:
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Name: Jarret ARRENDELL, Arnold/
Born: 10 JAN 1788 at:
Married: ABT 1813 at: Carter County,Tennessee
Died: 1 FEB 1865 at: Johnson County,Tennessee
Spouses: Laodicea REECE
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Name: Richard ARRENDELL
Born: ABT 1793 at:
Married: ABT 1814 at: Johnson County,Tennessee
Died: AFT 1850 at: Johnson County,Tennessee
Spouses: Elizabeth REECE

1624 VIRGINIA COLONY VA A653 ARRUNDELL , Elizabeth
1624 VIRGINIA COLONY VA A653 ARRUNDELL , John
1624 VIRGINIA COLONY VA A653 ARRUNDELL , Margreat
1624 VIRGINIA COLONY VA A653 ARRUNDELL , Peter
1624 JAMES CITY CO. VA A653 ARRUNDELL , Richard

504. John ARNOLD b. 1760, NC, m. ABT 1780, in North Carolina, Mary _____, b. 1760, d. 1824-1830, Johnson Co TN. John died ABT 1823, Johnson Co TN.
505. Mary _____ b. 1760, d. 1824-1830, Johnson Co TN.

I John Arrandal of Carter County
and state of Tennessee Being of Sound
and Perfect Mind and memory Blesed
Be God; Do this 18th day of Jenuary in
The Year of our Lord one thousan Eight
Hundred and twenty four, Make and
publish this My Last will and testament
In Manner and Form that is to say
Furst I give and Bequeath unto My Beloved wife
Mary Arrandal the Rone Mair and two
Cows Her choise two Beds in the house
all the Shelf Furniture and castings
and All the shepp and the Home gang
of hogs and her Saddle all for use her
Lifetime and at her Death to Dispose
off as She thinks proper.

Note:

2ly I give and Bequeath unto My son William
Five Head of cattle and the oald horse cald Dick.

Note:

3ly I give and Bequeth unto My Daughter
Elizabeth two cows and one Bed.

Note:

4ly I give and Bequeath unto My Son Jarrit
The yong Bey horse and the new Rifle gun
My saddle and saddle bags one bed five head
of cattle and one colt that sucks the Mair which
Is to be valid and the price to My granDaughter
Araminty when She becomes able to take care of it
Half the wild Hogs to Jarret My son.

Note:

5ly I give and Bequeath unto My
Son Richard Four cows and three head of
year oald cattle and half the wild hogs.

Note:

6ly I give and Bequeath unto my Daughter
Hetty one cow and the Bed She has
at home and the bason She has there
Also the Bey Mair.

Note:

7ly I give and Bequeath unto Hugh Bunten who
I have Raisd one Rifle gun and
one two year oald Heffer.

Note: [Missing Line]
Note:

Friend Jaret Arrendal and Mathias Wagner
Executors of this My Last will and Testamnet
For witness whereof I the said John Arrandal
Have here unto sit My hand and Seal this
Day and year above writen.

Note:

Signed Seald Published
and Declared by the said his
John Arrandal the John x Arnold
Testator as his Last will mark
and testament in the presents
of us who wer present
at the time of Signing
and Sealing thereof
Test Caswell C. Taylor sgd
his
John x Harkiday
mark
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Grant to John Arnold 10 Nov 1784 Carter County,TN

Note:

[Transcriber's note: This is a North Carolina land grant to John Arnold
for 100 acres. At the time of the 1784 grant, this property was part of
Washington County, North Carolina. This area became Carter County,
Tennessee in 1796, and Johnson County, Tennessee in 1836. As a matter of
interest, John Arnold appeared on the 1778 Washington County, NC List of
Taxables as the owner of 100 acres.]

Note:

State of North Carolina
To all whom these presents shall come, Greeting. Know ye that we for
and in consideration of the sum of fifty shillings for every hundred
acres hereby granted, paid into our treasury by John Arnold have given
and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said John
Arnold a tract of land containing one hundred acres lying and being in
our county of Washington on the East fork of Cobs Creek, Beginning at a
spanish oak on the point of a ridge, thence South Ninety five poles to
a White oak on the south side of a branch, thence East one hundred and
forty poles to a white oak on the side of a mountain, thence North
thirty East forty poles to a chestnut oak on the side of a big ridge,
thence North Ninety poles to a White oak on the side of a hill, thence
South eighty West one hundred and sixty four poles to the first corner,
as by the plat hereunto annexed doth appear: together with all woods,
waters, mines, minerals, hereditaments and appurtances, to the said
land belonging or appertaining: To hold to the said John Arnold his
heirs and assigns forever yielding and paying to us such sums of money,
yearly or otherwise as our General Assembly from time to time may
direct provided always that the said John Arnold shall cause this grant
to be registered in the Registrar's office of our said County of
Washington within twelve monthe from the date hereof otherwise the same
shall be void and no effect, an testimony where we have caused these
our letters to be made patent and our great seal to be hereunto affixed
Witness Alexander Martin Esquire our Govenor, Captain, General and
Commander in Chief at Newburn the tenth day of November in the ninth
year of our independence and in the year of our Lord one thousand
seven hudred and eighty four.
By his Excellency Command Alex. Martin
W. Williams DSec
Registered October 10th 1796

Note:

[This record on file in the Registrar of Deeds office,
Carter County, Tennessee Courthouse, Elizabethton,
Volume A, page 5, Land Grant #599]


168. Joseph Humphries ^

http://www.wordshop.pair.com/Humphries/index.htm

Notes for Joseph Humphries of Northumberland
Joseph was a member of the Humphries clan that lived in St. Stephen's Parish in Northumberland County, VA. He is likely a descendant of William Humphries, who came to Northumberland Co., VA before 1643. William was born about 1610 and was brought to the American colonies by Lt. William Worleigh (or Worlich) and indentured for four years. He possibly came over on the Tristam, a ship that Worlich used frequently from 1636 on.
We also have this message about early Humphries (y, ys, eyes): The following is from a reprint of a book originally published in London 1874: 24 July 1635, transported from London to Virginia on the ASSURANCE, Geo. Pewsie, Master: Jos Humfrey, age 23. Transported on the HOPE, Hugh Weston, Master: William Humfrey, age 22. 20 November 1635, transported to Barbados on the EXPEDITION, Peter Blackler, Master: Jo. Humfrey, age 20. 1680 a true and perfect list of inhabitants in the Parish of Christ Church with an exact account of all land, white servants, and Negros within said parish taken this 22 day of December 1679: Edward Humphreys, 25 and 2 acres of land, no white servants, 14 Negros."
Joseph researchers generally have said that Joseph's birth date was Nov 8, 1702 in St. Stephen's Parish. This is the date given in IGI data, which gives his father as Joseph and mother as Mary. However, Beverly Fleet gives this: "Jo'n Humpres son of Jo's b. Nov 8, 1702." Another researcher, just returned from Richmond, verified that the original parish record does indeed match Mr. Fleet's extraction, which states that a John and not a Joseph was born to Joseph and Mary Humphries in 1702. However, Joseph was likely born about 1700 to 1704, as his first child was recorded as having been born 1725.
John Humphries, the likely person referenced in Beverly Fleet's note, lived in Northumberland at the same time as Joseph and may have been a brother of Joseph's. He married Ann Wood and had the following children: Winifred (b. January 9, 1728), Joseph (b. March 16, 1732) and George (b. July 27, 1741).
A William Humphries, perhaps an uncle to Joseph and John (or father to Joseph), is mentioned several times in Beverly Fleet's Northumberland VA records. "William, wit deed Williams to Lattimore 26 Sept 1706... William and Ann his wife on behalf of "their son" Tho Harding, bind him to Grant Jewsbury 24 July 1714... William and Anne his wife next of kin to Cuthbert Bennett, dec'd 20 Aug 1718." [Could Ann's maiden name have been Bennett? Could Thomas Harding have been her son by a previous husband?]
In the Administration of Estates Granted in Northumberland, we have more mentions of a William Humphries: "October 16 1728 (executrix Ellinor Humphries), September 14 1737 (executrix Winifred Humphreys). These estate papers have been lost." Note that when the will was filed Ellinor was named executrix. She can be presumed to be his wife, who had died by 1737, when the will was probated. The Winifred who was the 1737 executrix cannot have been the Winifred who was the daughter of John, since she would have been about 10 at the time of William's death. She may have been William's second wife or an unmarried sister of William and the elder Joseph (father of John, b. 1702). This William may be the same William as the one mentioned above, provided that he also had, at one time, a wife named Ann. Otherwise, we have two Williams.
Some researchers have speculated that John and William were both brothers of Joseph. There was, at this time, also a George Humphries of an age suitable to be a fourth brother in this family.
Joseph Humphries left a will written February 19, 1769, and probated in Northumberland Co., VA on June 12, 1769 (Record Book 7, 1766-1770, p. 354-5). Cited in Northumberland Co., VA Vol #1, Abstract of Wills 1750-1770, p. 140 by Lewis. He is buried in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, VA, according to JoAnn Rork Williams.
The WFT Census index for Colonial America (CD#310) shows the following Humphries (-ris) from St. Stephen's Parish: George Humphries 1748 and 1758 rent roll, John Humphries, 1748 and 1759 rent roll, Joseph Humphries 1748, 1758, and 1759 rent roll, Joseph Humphries Jr 1759 rent roll. In 1782 John Humphris Jr. is shown in Northumberland Co. enumeration (p. 38) 0402. Ann Humphris is also shown in Northumberland Co (p. 38) 0501.

According to his will, records extracted by Beverly Fleet, and DAR records, Joseph had the following children:
By Elizabeth Tigner:
Elijah b. March 19, 1725/6. m. Judith Smith. d. 1796 in Halifax Co., NC Sarah b. January 1726/7. m. John Dameron. d. aft 1769 Elizabeth b. December 31, 1730. m. unknown Johnson Diana b. October 6, 1731. m. Jonathan Edwards Uriah L. b. abt 1740 Sinar b. abt 1744. m. Peter Haynie Joseph b. March 16, 1745/6. m. Rebecca Phelps. d. September 1810.
By Hannah Bearcraft
George b. abt 1762. m. Frances Garrard and Mary Rose. d. April 10, 1840 in Edwards Co., IL John b. abt 1765. m. Margaret Murphy Sussana b. abt 1766. m. James Garner in Northumberland Co., VA

From book Genealogical Anecdotes of Our Ancestral Families, by JoAnn Rork
Williams, publ July 1896. :
Transcription of Will of Joseph Humphries (b. 1702; d. 1769). This willwas
written February 19, 1769 and was probated in Northumberland Co., VA onJune
12, 1769 (Record Book 7, 1766-70, p. 354)
In the name of God Amen, I Joseph Humphries of Northumberland County besick & weak in body but of perfect memory thanks be to God for the same,I first
recommend my soul to Almighty God that gave it to me hoping for a fullpardon
for all my sins through the Precious death of my Savior Christ Jesus.
Item, I give unto my wife Hannah my negroe woman named Sue & negroe girle
named Jemine to her for this natural life and after her decease to beequally
divided amongst her children named George, John and Susanna to them andtheir heirs of their bodyes lawfully begotten forever.
Item, I give unto my son George Humphries one negro girle named Franke tohim
and his heirs lawfully begotten for his body forever.
Item I give to my son John Humphries one negro boy named Anthony to himand
his heirs lawfully begotten of his body forever.
Item I given unto my daughter Susanna Humphries one negro boy namedCharles to she and her heirs lawfully begotton of her body forever and ifshe should die without heir to return to my two sons George Humphries andJohn Humphries.
Item I give unto my son Elijah Humphries one shilling of my estate and nomore.
Item I given unto my son Uriah Humphries one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my son Joseph Humphries one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my son Spencer Humphries one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my daughter Sarah Dameron one bed and furniture and one
shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my Daughter Elizabeth Johnson one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my daughter Dianna Edwards one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my daughter Sinar Haynie one shilling and no more.
Lastly I appoint James Daughity and Charles Helms my hole & soleexecutors for this my last Will and Testiment. February 19, 1769 JosephHumphries, his mark Signed and sealed in Presence of us, Eban Helms, JohnDaughity

At a Court Held for Northumberland County the 12 day of June 1769. ThisLast Will & Testiment of Joseph Humphries was presented in Courtby EbenHelms and being proved by the Oaths of the Eben Helms and John Daughitywitness thereto, was admitted to Record. The exceutors therein namedPersonally Refusing to take upon the the exceution thereof, on the motionof Elijah Humphries who made Oath thereto according to Law. Certificateis granted him for obtaining letters of Administration with the will indue form, he having given bond with Security according to law. Teste Tho.Jones Ct. Clk (court clerk) Above from Record Book 7 page 354 - 355

From book Genealogical Anecdotes of Our Ancestral Families, by JoAnn Rork
Williams, publ July 1896. :
Transcription of Will of Joseph Humphries (b. 1702; d. 1769). This will was
written February 19, 1769 and was probated in Northumberland Co., VA on June
12, 1769 (Record Book 7, 1766-70, p. 354)
In the name of God Amen, I Joseph Humphries of Northumberland County be sick & weak in body but of perfect memory thanks be to
God for the same, I first
recommend my soul to Almighty God that gave it to me hoping for a full pardon
for all my sins through the Precious death of my Savior Christ Jesus.
Item, I give unto my wife Hannah my negroe woman named Sue & negroe girle
named Jemine to her for this natural life and after her decease to be equally
divided amongst her children named George, John and Susanna to them and their heirs of their bodyes lawfully begotten forever.
Item, I give unto my son George Humphries one negro girle named Franke to him
and his heirs lawfully begotten for his body forever.
Item I give to my son John Humphries one negro boy named Anthony to him and
his heirs lawfully begotten of his body forever.
Item I given unto my daughter Susanna Humphries one negro boy named Charles to she and her heirs lawfully begotton of her body forever
and if she should die without heir to return to my two sons George Humphries and John Humphries.
Item I give unto my son Elijah Humphries one shilling of my estate and no more.
Item I given unto my son Uriah Humphries one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my son Joseph Humphries one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my son Spencer Humphries one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my daughter Sarah Dameron one bed and furniture and one
shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my Daughter Elizabeth Johnson one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my daughter Dianna Edwards one shilling and no more.
Item I give unto my daughter Sinar Haynie one shilling and no more.
Lastly I appoint James Daughity and Charles Helms my hole & sole executors for this my last Will and Testiment. February 19, 1769 Joseph
Humphries, his mark Signed and sealed in Presence of us, Eban Helms, John Daughity

At a Court Held for Northumberland County the 12 day of June 1769. This Last Will & Testiment of Joseph Humphries was presented in
Courtby Eben Helms and being proved by the Oaths of the Eben Helms and John Daughity witness thereto, was admitted to Record. The
exceutors therein named Personally Refusing to take upon the the exceution thereof, on the motion of Elijah Humphries who made Oath
thereto according to Law. Certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of Administration with the will in due form, he having given bond
with Security according to law. Teste Tho. Jones Ct. Clk (court clerk) Above from Record Book 7 page 354 - 355


184. unk Gilbert

Poosible??
This Gilbert family traces back to the earliest known ancestor of the Gilbert family from Hoffenheim, Baden, Germany. This Gilbert, my 10th great-grandfather, was Michael Gilbert. He was buried in Hoffenheim on 1 Dec 1666.

The progenitor of the German Gilbert family in Pennsylvania is Hans George Gilbert. I wish to note at this time that there are Gilbert families in South Carolina and North Carolina whose ancestors immigrated from Hoffenheim, Baden, Germany. I have yet to find a common ancestor between the two lines. I am almost positive that they are not related to a common ancestor in America. My current theory is that the Eva Catherine Gilbert who immigrated with her husband, an OUTZ; may have been a cousin to my Hans George. This could have been through another son the earliest member, Michael Gilbert; or perhaps through an earlier ancestor yet that lived prior to the reformation.


Our progenitor, Hans George Gilbert, was born in Hoffenheim, on 27 Dec 1698. He was a son of Jacob Gilbert and his wife Anna Catherine Kuhlwein. George Gilbert was a master taylor in Germany; and prominent in the affairs of the local church. He and his family left Germany for America, arriving in Philadephia on 31 August 1750, on the ship NANCY, Thomas Caotom, Master. The following Gilberts arrived on the ship, excert from

"Pennsylvania German Pioneers" by Ralph Strassburger and William Hinke.
List 155C
- H. Bernhart (H) Gilbert
- Johann Colaus Gilbert
- Johann Georg Gilbert
- Hans Jerg Gilbert
- Hans Jacob Gilbert
These were the adult males, children under sixteen and woman were not listed
Colaus was German for the name "Nicholas".


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Hans George Gilbert married Anna Elisabeth Gruber on 14 November 1724 in Hoffenheim. George died 10 December 1753. He is buried in the churchyard at New Hanover Lutheran Church, New Hanover Twsp, Montgomery County, PA. I have taken some time, several weekends, to read ALL the stones in the old cemetery section where he was buried according to church records, but found no headstone for him. His burial is listed in the burial records of that church.


George's son Bernhard Gilbert was born in Hoffenheim on 5 Dec 1729, and immigrated with his father. Both men migrated and settled in Douglass Twsp, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The area they settled is today known as Gilbertsville, New Hanover Twsp, Montgomery County, PA. I have yet to determine the exact location of Bernhard's farm. At the time he purchased the land, the entire area was Douglass Township. The land grant depicts the property to lie along the Swamp Creek. I recently received a map from when Douglass Manor was incorporated in 1741, and along the Swamp Creek, there is a property that looks like the property of Bernhard per the deed. If the property is extended to an intersection, then the properties match. This property is about 2 1/2 miles from the Lutheran Church.

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If I am correct Bernhard's property was along the Swamp Creek at the intersections of:
1) Schlegel Rd & Middle Creek Rd
2) Schlegel Rd & Swamp Creek Rd
laying on the South side of Schlegel Road on Swamp Creek Rd. I believe that the Northern bound was in fact Schlegel Road. Margaret McCall leased this area at that time. Her father purchased much of Douglass Manor from the Penn brothers after the death of William Penn.

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Frederick Meyer's lands are about 2 miles from both Bernhard's suspected property and the Lutheran Church. I can say for sure that Bernhard's wife, and his in-laws lived near the following areas defined by existing roads from 1741 still appearing toady as they did then in 1741.

The area surrounding the current day intersections of:
1) Buchert & Cross Roads
2) Mega Land & Cross Roads
3) end of property on the East being the 'S' turn in Buchert
4) appx. N.W. corner located at intersection of Cross & Grosser


Bernhard Gilbert met Maria Elisabeth Meyer in New Hanover, and where married on 21 November 1752. She died 17 Mar 1821. Bernhard died 4 Feb 1798. His tombstone was found in the church yard at New Hanover. His stone is partially submergered. It appears that no text is submerged.


http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/5213/pg3.html
Gilbert Families Who Settled, Before 1700, At Baltimore County, Maryland

In 1632 a charter was granted to Cecilius Calvert (2nd Lord Baltimore) which included all the land between the fortieth parallel and the southern bank of the Potomac River. Leonard Calvert, brother of Cecilius, brought the first colonists aboard the ships Ark and Dove, landing in March, 1634 at St Clements Island, about nine miles up the St Georges River. The colony was called Maria's Land or Mariland, named for Henrietta Maria, wife of King Charles I. The Maryland Colony enjoyed rapid growth, due in part to the passage of the Act of Toleration in 1649 which declared that "no person professing to believe in Jesus Christ shall henceforth be troubled or molested on account of religion." Baltimore County was formed as an original county in 1659. Harford County, with the county seat at Bel Air, was carved from Baltimore County in 1773.

Records for four Gilbert gentlemen have been found in Baltimore County MD archives prior to 1700; they are John Gilbert, Thomas Gilbert Sr, Thomas Gilbert Jr and Garvis Gilbert, grandfather of Daniel Gilbert Jr. Following are excerpts concerning John, Thomas Sr, and Thomas Jr from Barnes, Baltimore County Families 1659-1759:


John Gilbert of Balto. Co., immigrated by 1671; in May 1670 with Abraham Wild purch. 1000 a. called Grove from Richard Low; on 15 June 1670 or 1671 bought 100 a. Markefield from Abraham and Joyce Coffen; on 1 June 1670 sold 1600 a. The Grove and Haslemore to Abraham Wild (96; 97; 98; 338).


Thomas Gilbert was in Balto. Co. by 1692 as a taxable in Spesutia Hund.; had s. Thomas, Jr., who first appeared as a taxable in 1695 in Spesutia Hund. (138; 140). (Note: According to research by Marcum, Thomas Jr was not a son of Thomas Sr; the designation Sr=elder and the designation Jr=younger - not blood relatives). Thomas d. by 22 July 1710 when his est. was inv. by John Cattall and John Clark, and val. at £31.11.8, and Eliz. Gilbert signed as kin (48).


Thomas Gilbert Jr., m. 1st on 27 May 1700 Sarah Bedford who was bur. 15 Feb 1700; m. 2nd on 1 April 1703 Hannah Ashford, d. 24 Oct 1713; his will, 24 Oct 1713/2 June 1714, named ch. Thomas, Michel, and other ch., w. Hannah, tracts Gilbert's Adventure and Stony Hill; admin. bond posted on 2 June 1714 by Hannah Gilbert; est. admin. 17 Sept. 1715 by Hannah Gilbert, sworn to by John Hicks; had iss.: (by 1st w.): Thomas, twin, b. 6 Feb 1700; Nem, dau., b. 6 Feb 1700, bur. 13 Aug. 1701; Thomas b. 1 Jul 1705; Elizabeth b. 22 June 1708; Michael, s. of Thomas and "Johannah," d. 3 Sept. 1716 (1; 13; 123; 128; 129).


Following are excerpts from William H & Fonda Waters Marcum, The Way it Was with our Ancestors, (self-published), ©1982:


"It is a matter worth noting that the John Gilbert who also came to Baltimore County, Maryland in 1671 owned property called The Grove which consisted of 1000 acres. Property owned by Thomas Sr and Elizabeth (immigrants in 1671) adjoined this acreage, and appears to show some relationship to this John since Thomas Sr's heirs owned adjoining property as late as 1754. . . Thomas Gilbert (Jr) received a grant of land in 1695 called Gilbert's Adventure so he had established residence by that time. . .


"It is believed by many Gilbert researchers and concurred in by the writer that Thomas Gilbert (Jr) and his younger brother Garvais (as he spelled it in his will) arrived in the Province of Maryland circa 1693, since Thomas appeared on the Maryland Tax Rolls for Spesutia Hundred for the first time for the years 1694-1696. At this time Thomas (Jr) would have been 18-20 years old. The next Maryland Tax Roll which could be located is the list for 1699 and Jarvis Gilbard is shown with Thomas Gilbord, Jr. and another Thomas Gilbord, Sr (whose connection with our Gilbert family is unknown)."

Felons Transported from London by the ship Supply, Capt. John Rendell in February,1726-docked Annapolis Maryland, May, 1726.
Gilbert, Samuel


186. Joshua Pocock

poss Rev War veteran - there is a Joshua Pocock listed from Maryland

per LDS


192. Robert Rea ^

Robert REA was born about 1742. His parents are unknown. Robert REA settled in Virginia, probably in Frederick County or Culpeper County, about the year 1760. One source thinks that the Reas came to America 1760 on the ship "Falcon" with the SKIDMORE family. Robert REA married in Frederick County, Virginia, 1765, Rebecca HAINES. Rebecca HAINES was the daughter of Bethany and Mary HAINES. The Robert Rea's were Quakers as were the Haines.

Todd Bolen
Wheaton, IL 60187-7448

1. Robert1 Rea(16451) was born about 1742. Robert died 8 Apr 1824 in Logan Co, OH, at 81 years of age.
He married Rebecca Haynes in Logan Co, OH, 7 Dec 1765. Rebecca was born in Frederick Co, VA about 1744. Rebecca(16452) was the daughter of Bethanah (Bethany) Haines and Morning. Rebecca died before 1820 in Logan
Co, OH. At 22 years of age Rebecca became the mother of Ann Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 1766. At 24 years of age Rebecca became the mother of John Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 1768. At 24 years of age Rebecca became the
mother of Joseph Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 15 May 1769. Rebecca became the mother of Allen Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, about 1771. Rebecca became the mother of Ruth Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, about 1776. At 34 years of age
Rebecca became the mother of Hannah Rea in Frederick Co, VA, 1778. At 36 years of age Rebecca became the mother of Isaac Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 19 Jan 1781. Rebecca became the mother of Rebecca Rea in Culpeper Co,
VA, about 1786.
At 24 years of age Robert became the father of Ann Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 1766. At 26 years of age Robert became the father of John Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 1768. At 26 years of age Robert became the father of
Joseph Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 15 May 1769. Robert became the father of Allen Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, about 1771. Robert became the father of Ruth Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, about 1776. At 36 years of age Robert became the father of Hannah Rea in Frederick Co, VA, 1778. At 38 years of age Robert became the father of Isaac Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, 19 Jan 1781. Robert became the father of Rebecca Rea in Culpeper Co, VA, about 1786.
Robert Rea and Rebecca Haynes had the following children:

2 i. Ann2 Rea(16453) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 1766.
3 ii. John Rea(16454) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 1768. He married Frances Williams in Frederick Co, VA, 6 Jan 1789. (Additional notes for Frances Williams(16455))
+ 4 iii. Joseph Rea was born 15 May 1769.
5 iv. Allen Rea(16456) was born in Culpeper Co, VA about 1771.
6 v. Ruth Rea(16457) was born in Culpeper Co, VA about 1776.
7 vi. Hannah Rea(16458) was born in Frederick Co, VA 1778. Hannah died 1815 in Logan Co, OH, at 37 years of age. She married Thomas Garwood in Culpeper MH, Culpeper Co, VA, 16 Nov 1797. Thomas was born in
Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 7 Nov 1778.(16459) Thomas(16460) was the son of John Garwood and Hesther Haines. Thomas died 17 Mar 1837 in Newton, Jasper Co, IL, at 58 years of age.
8 vii. Isaac Rea(16461) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 19 Jan 1781. Isaac died 17 Dec 1845 at 64 years of age.
9 viii. Rebecca Rea(16462) was born in Culpeper Co, VA about 1786.

Robert REA
Family 1: Rebecca HAINES
1.Ann REA
2.John REA
3.Joseph REA
4.Allen REA
5.Hannah REA
6.Rebecca REA

Descendants of children
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Is this couple familiar?
Robert REA was born about 1742. His parents are unknown. Robert REA settled in Virginia, probably in Frederick County or Culpeper County, about the year 1760. One source thinks that the Reas came to America 1760 on the ship "Falcon" with the SKIDMORE family. Robert REA married in Frederick County, Virginia, 1765, Rebecca HAINES. Rebecca HAINES was the daughter of Bethany and Mary HAINES. The Robert Rea's were Quakers as were the Haines.
Todd Bolen
Wheaton, IL 60187-7448
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TENTH GENERATION
962. Robert REA was born about 1740 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia. He died about 1819 in Zane Twp., Logan Co., Ohio. He was christened. He was buried. He was married to Rebecca HAINES on Dec 2 1765 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Maryland.
963. Rebecca HAINES was born about 1744 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia. She was christened. She died. She was buried. Children were:
i. Ann RAE was born about 1766 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia.
ii. John REA was born about 1768 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia.
iii. Joseph REA was born on May 15 1769 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia. He died on Sep 7 1835.
iv. Allen RAE was born about 1771 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia.
481 v. Hannah REA.
vi. Rebecca REA was born about 1786 in Crooked Run, Frederick Co., Virginia.

Descendants of Robert Rea

1 Robert Rea 1742 - 1824
.. +Rebecca Haines 1744 - 1820
. 2 Ann Rea 1766 -
..... +William Branson 1758 - 1812
..... 3 Elizabeth Branson 1785 -
..... 3 Sarah Branson 1785 - 1834
......... +Abraham Painter 1781 - 1834
......... 4 William Painter 1810 -
............. +Elizabeth Parker Lane
......... 4 Rachel Painter 1810 -
............. +Joseph Everett 1810 -
......... 4 Alfred Painter 1810 -
............. +Matilda Hall 1810 -
......... 4 Elizabeth Painter 1810 -
............. +Samuel W V Costin 1810 -
......... 4 Isaac Painter 1810 -
............. +Angeline Martin
......... *2nd Wife of Isaac Painter:
............. +Hope Ballinger 1810 -
......... 4 David Painter 1810 -
......... 4 Robert Painter 1810 -
............. +Alcinda Monroe
............. 5 Abigail Painter 1840 -
................. +William McCardle
......... 4 Walter Painter 1810 -
............. +Hope Haines 1810 -
......... 4 Rebecca Painter 1810 -
............. +Benjamin Lane
......... *2nd Husband of Rebecca Painter:
............. +William Reames
..... 3 Rachel Branson 1785 -
......... +John Garwood 1785 -
..... *2nd Husband of Rachel Branson:
......... +William Bishop 1785 -
..... 3 Abraham Branson 1785 -
......... +Mary Matthews 1785 -
......... 4 William Branson 1820 -
......... 4 John Elbert Branson 1820 -
......... 4 Sarah Branson 1820 -
............. +David Jones
......... 4 Robert Branson 1820 -
............. +Caroline 1820 -
......... 4 George W Branson 1820 -
..... 3 Robert Branson 1785 -
......... +Sarah 1785 -
......... 4 Ruth Branson 1820 -
............. +William S Keller 1820 -
..... 3 Rebecca Branson 1785 -
......... +Caleb Ballinger 1785 -
......... 4 Phoebe Ballinger 1810 -
............. +Louis Fisher 1810 -
......... 4 Henry Lewis Ballinger 1810 -
............. +Lydia Ann Jackson
......... 4 Sarah Ann Ballinger 1810 -
............. +Henry VanVoorhis
......... 4 William W Ballinger 1810 -
............. +Etta Wilgus
......... 4 Rachel Ballinger 1810 -
............. +Alonzo Harvey
......... 4 Thomas Ballinger 1810 -
............. +Mary Ann Harvey
..... 3 Ruth Branson 1795 - 1839
......... +Lot Garwood 1792 - 1857
......... 4 David L. Garwood 1815 -
......... 4 Benjamin Garwood 1815 -
......... 4 Elizabeth Garwood 1817 - 1910
............. +John H Robb 1814 - 1861
......... *2nd Husband of Elizabeth Garwood:
............. +Johannes E G Emmons 1815 -
. *2nd Husband of Ann Rea:
..... +John Garwood 1740 - 1819
. 2 John Rea 1768 -
..... +Frances Williams 1770 -
..... 3 John Rea 1791 - 1839
..... 3 Jehu Rea 1792 - 1839
......... +Elizabeth 1795 -
......... 4 Flavillana Anne Rea 1820 -
............. +John Harrison Griffith 1820 -
......... 4 David P Rea 1820 -
............. +Sarah Brown 1820 -
..... 3 David Rea 1794 - 1868
......... +Shady Skidmore - 1823
......... 4 John William Rea
............. +Lucinda M Wait
..... *2nd Wife of David Rea:
......... +Ruth Skidmore 1806 - 1876
......... 4 Joshua Sutton Rea 1824 -
............. +Cane Campbell Supler
......... 4 Rachel Rea 1824 -
......... 4 Mary Ann Rea 1824 -
............. +Potter Mead
......... 4 Ruth M Rea 1824 -
............. +John D Hisey
......... 4 David E Rea 1824 -
............. +Sarah Ann Supler
......... 4 Franklin Rea 1824 -
......... 4 Oliver Rea 1824 -
......... 4 Frances Rea 1824 -
............. +Robert G Brooks 1824 -
......... *2nd Husband of Frances Rea:
............. +James Garford 1824 -
......... 4 Charity Rea 1824 -
......... 4 Caroline M Rea 1824 -
............. +William D Perkins
......... 4 Shady Rea 1824 -
............. +Jonathan D Heath
......... 4 Timothy Rea 1824 -
..... 3 Hannah Rea 1797 - 1836
......... +[2] Thomas Garwood 1778 - 1837
......... 4 Esther Ann Garwood 1816 - 1907
............. +Lawrence J. Hollenbeck 1809 - 1851
............. 5 Lawrence T. Hollenbeck 1835 -
............. 5 William Hollenbeck 1837 -
................. +Ruby Ellen Hollenbeck 1840 -
............. 5 Hannah M. Hollenbeck 1841 -
................. +Joseph F. Hollenbeck
............. *2nd Husband of Hannah M. Hollenbeck:
................. +Silas C. Smith
......... *2nd Husband of Esther Ann Garwood:
............. +John G. Stricklett - 1862
............. 5 Joseph A. Stricklett 1854 -
............. 5 Dorotha Stricklett 1856 -
............. 5 Esther Stricklett 1857 -
............. 5 Alva A. Stricklett 1860 -
......... *3rd Husband of Esther Ann Garwood:
............. +John Rainford 1815 -
......... 4 Justice Gustavus Swan Garwood 1818 - 1895
............. +Lydia Hatcher 1825 -
............. 5 Thomas Washington Garwood 1843 - 1906
................. +Clarissa Stephenson 1838 - 1905
................ 6 William G. Garwood 1862 -
.................... +Mary Alma Reames
................ 6 Nora B. Garwood 1868 -
.................... +Orrin W. Reames
................ 6 Amanda Jane Garwood 1870 -
.................... +Harrison J. Ford
................ 6 Martha Anna Garwood 1872 -
.................... +C.F. Clark
................ 6 Sarah Frances Garwood 1875 -
.................... +Samuel G. Titus
................ 6 Orville T. Garwood 1877 -
.................... +Addah Yegley
............. 5 Sarah Eusebia Garwood 1845 - 1926
................. +Peter Overshiner 1828 - 1924
................ 6 James P. Overshiner 1875 -
................ 6 Margaret B. Overshiner 1879 -
.................... +Nelson Hurd Fultz 1872 -
................ *2nd Husband of Margaret B. Overshiner:
.................... +Hoffman
............. 5 Zane Hiatt Garwood 1850 -
............. 5 Charles Garwood 1855 -
............. 5 John Garwood 1858 -
............. 5 Mary Ann Garwood 1861 -
................. +Lemuel Hones
............. 5 Amanda Garwood 1863 -
......... 4 Adolphus Wupper Garwood 1820 - 1831
......... 4 Joseph Rea Garwood 1823 - 1910
............. +Hannah Pearce 1825 - 1895
............. 5 Edward S. Garwood 1847 -
................. +C. Schmachtenberger
............. 5 Sarah M. Garwood 1849 -
................. +Will Smith
............. 5 Martha Jane Garwood 1852 -
................. +John P. Burkeybile
................ 6 Flora C. Burkeybile
................ 6 Ray Burkeybile 1884 -
................ 6 Lucy R. Burkeybile 1888 -
............. 5 Thomas Jay Garwood 1854 -
................. +Lizzie Poorman
............. *2nd Wife of Thomas Jay Garwood:
................. +Rella Fronce
............. 5 Levi Pearce Garwood 1856 -
................. +Hattie Poorman 1852 -
............. *2nd Wife of Levi Pearce Garwood:
................. +Anna Eliza Hazen 1867 -
................ 6 Harry Cleo Garwood 1907 -
................ 6 True Garwood 1910 -
................ 6 Joseph Rea Garwood 1919 -
............. 5 William Burns Garwood 1859 -
................. +Lola Holwick
............. 5 Joseph Elbert Garwood 1861 -
................. +Violet Ann Biggs 1863 -
................ 6 Maude May Garwood 1888 -
................ 6 Mabel Edna Garwood 1890 -
................ 6 Alta Gennett Garwood 1891 -
................ 6 Walter W. Garwood 1894 -
............. 5 Elsie Gennett Garwood 1863 -
................. +John Biggs
......... 4 Ralls Haines Garwood 1826 - 1896
............. +Elizabeth Crabtree 1830 - 1877
............. 5 David Garwood 1848 -
............. 5 Sophia Ann Garwood 1850 -
................. +John Murphy
............. 5 Mary Garwood 1852 -
............. 5 Benjamin Garwood 1855 -
............. 5 Lydia Ann Garwood 1857 -
................. +John Drews
............. 5 Levisa Jane Garwood 1861 -
................. +James Frey
......... 4 Levisa Jane Garwood 1828 - 1869
......... 4 Benjamin Laman Garwood 1830 - 1833
......... 4 Isaiah Alonzo Garwood 1833 - 1835
. 2 Joseph Rea 1769 - 1835
..... +Susannah Garwood 1771 - 1831
..... 3 Robert Rea 1794 -
......... +Mary Lucinda Grubbs 1800 -
......... 4 Rachel Rea 1820 -
............. +William Cretcher 1820 -
......... 4 Louisa Rea 1820 -
............. +[3] William F. M. Skidmore
......... 4 Margaret Rea 1820 -
............. +Martin M. Dickinson
......... 4 Levi Rea 1820 -
............. +Rebecca Gable 1820 -
............. 5 Michael Rea
......... 4 Marietta Rea 1820 -
......... 4 Sylvester Rea 1820 -
......... 4 Isaiah Rea 1820 -
............. +Sara A. Paxton
..... 3 Sarah Rea 1796 - 1865
......... +James Hatcher 1793 -
..... 3 Allen Rea 1798 - 1870
......... +Mariah Bishop 1802 -
......... 4 Nancy Rea 1822 -
......... 4 Austin Rea 1822 -
............. +Samantha
......... 4 Margaret Rea 1822 -
............. +William Crowder 1822 -
......... 4 Carlisle H Rea 1822 -
............. +Delilah Skidmore 1842 -
......... 4 Charlotte Rea 1822 -
............. +Michael Hisey
......... 4 Louisa Rea 1822 -
............. +[1] A W Davis
......... 4 Samantha Rea 1822 -
............. +[1] A W Davis
......... 4 Joseph S Rea 1822 -
............. +Nancy Clark 1822 -
......... 4 Mary J Rea 1822 -
............. +D H Henderson
......... 4 George M Rea 1822 -
......... 4 Susanna Rea 1822 -
............. +Morgan Shirk
......... 4 Caroline M Rea 1822 -
......... 4 Robert S Rea 1822 -
......... 4 Debora Rea 1822 -
......... 4 John B Rea 1822 -
............. +Hannah Wickersham
......... *2nd Wife of John B Rea:
............. +Mary J. Rice
..... 3 Margaret Rea 1803 -
......... +Martin Marmon 1793 -
......... 4 James Marmon 1822 -
......... 4 Samuel Marmon 1822 -
......... 4 Susan Marmon 1822 -
............. +Harry Cowgill 1822 -
......... 4 Henry Marmon 1822 -
......... 4 Polly Marmon 1822 -
......... 4 Robert Marmon 1822 -
......... 4 Hannah Marmon 1822 -
............. +Zaccheus Brown 1822 -
..... 3 Rebecca Rea 1805 - 1870
......... +Carlisle H Austin 1804 -
......... 4 Mary Catherine Austin 1825 -
......... 4 Joshua Austin 1825 -
......... 4 Susan R Austin 1825 -
......... 4 Sarah Austin 1825 -
............. +Milton Green 1825 -
......... 4 Elisha H Austin 1825 -
......... 4 Lydia S Austin 1825 -
......... 4 Caleb Austin 1825 -
..... 3 Deborah Rea 1807 -
......... +John Asher 1803 -
..... 3 Thomas G. Rea 1810 - 1870
......... +Nancy Ann Carter 1810 -
......... 4 Alonzo Rea 1830 -
......... 4 Rebecca Rea 1830 -
......... 4 Charles Rea 1830 -
......... 4 Allen Rea 1830 -
......... 4 Angeline Rea 1830 -
......... 4 Levi Rea 1830 -
......... 4 Robert Rea 1830 -
..... 3 Isaiah G. Rea 1813 - 1901
......... +Rebecca Grubbs 1815 -
......... 4 Viola Rea 1834 -
......... 4 Dora Rea 1834 -
............. +Ezra C Blue 1834 -
......... 4 Mary B. Rea 1834 -
............. +Walter Bell 1834 -
......... *2nd Husband of Mary B. Rea:
............. +Richard S Oder
......... 4 Jennie Rea 1834 -
............. +John Wallace
......... 4 Thomas S. Rea 1834 -
............. +Elizabeth Anna Ware
......... 4 Joseph Rea 1834 -
......... 4 James H. Rea 1834 -
............. +Hester Seaman
..... *2nd Wife of Isaiah G. Rea:
......... +Susannah Hanna 1820 -
. 2 Allen Rea 1771 -
..... +Eleanor Fisher 1777 -
. 2 Ruth Rea 1773 - 1837
..... +William Jewell 1774 - 1843
..... 3 Isaac Jewell 1797 - 1822
......... +Jane Robinson
..... 3 Jacob Jewell 1798 -
......... +Nancy Stallard
..... 3 Rachael V. Jewell 1810 - 1834
......... +John E. Thomas
..... 3 William Jewell 1812 -
......... +Francis Judith Dabney
..... 3 Levi Jewell 1815 -
......... +Mary Collier
..... 3 Andrew Jackson Jewell 1816 - 1894
......... +Sarah Jane Robinson
..... *2nd Wife of Andrew Jackson Jewell:
......... +Sarah Frances Read
..... 3 Robert R. Jewell 1819 - 1822
..... 3 David D. Jewell
. 2 Hannah Rea 1778 - 1815
..... +[2] Thomas Garwood 1778 - 1837
..... 3 John Clark Garwood 1799 - 1877
......... +Rachel Hatcher 1802 - 1878
......... 4 Thomas French Garwood 1822 - 1896
............. +Mary Ann James 1825 - 1881
......... 4 Rebecca Garwood 1823 -
............. +Samuel Jones 1816 -
......... *2nd Husband of Rebecca Garwood:
............. +Abraham Dille
......... 4 Sarah Garwood 1827 -
............. +William Bird
......... 4 Abigail Garwood 1829 -
............. +Isaac Andrews
......... 4 Rachel D. Garwood 1831 -
............. +Ezra Dille
......... 4 Charlotte Garwood 1833 -
............. +William E. McCall
......... 4 Martha Garwood 1835 -
............. +Joshua James
......... 4 Hope Garwood 1838 -
............. +Elihu Winder 1832 -
......... 4 John Darling Garwood 1843 -
..... 3 Robert L. Garwood 1800 -
......... +Cynthia Rule 1800 -
..... 3 Abijah Garwood 1802 -
..... 3 Phebe Garwood 1804 - 1815
..... 3 Rebecca Garwood 1805 - 1835
......... +Joseph Skidmore 1799 - 1890
......... 4 William M. Skidmore 1823 -
............. +Lydia Whittaker
......... 4 Thomas Skidmore 1825 -
............. +Hannah J Drake
......... 4 Isaac N. Skidmore 1828 -
............. +Sarah A Reyner
......... 4 Hope Skidmore 1830 -
............. +Daniel Munsell
......... 4 John F. Skidmore 1833 -
............. +Lydia A Whittaker
......... 4 Mary Skidmore 1835 -
............. +William Ballinger 1823 -
..... 3 Hope Garwood 1807 - 1861
......... +Daniel Hains Hatcher 1800 - 1857
..... 3 Thomas Garwood 1810 - 1869
......... +Mary Hollenbeck 1815 - 1836
......... 4 William Garwood 1833 -
......... 4 Rebecca Ann Garwood 1836 -
..... *2nd Wife of Thomas Garwood:
......... +Jane Emeline Richards 1815 -
......... 4 Levisa Jane Garwood
......... 4 John Elbert Garwood 1839 - 1840
......... 4 Thomas Jefferson Garwood 1843 -
............. +Julie Wilborn
......... 4 James Madison Garwood 1849 -
............. +Mary Frances McClure
......... 4 Henry Garwood 1850 - 1873
......... 4 Benjamin Garwood 1851 -
............. +Laura Handell
......... 4 Joseph Garwood 1854 -
......... 4 Lorenzo Garwood 1856 -
......... 4 Mary Ellen Garwood 1858 -
............. +Robert Young
......... 4 Charles Garwood 1860 -
..... 3 Ann Garwood 1812 - 1815
..... 3 Charles Garwood 1814 - 1848
......... +Elizabeth Hollenbeck 1819 - 1837
......... 4 John Thomas Garwood 1836 - 1919
............. +Mary McFarland 1842 - 1920
............. 5 Delbert Emery Garwood 1868 - 1957
................. +Clara Kane 1871 - 1960
................ 6 Elsie May Garwood 1904 -
.................... +William John McKay 1895 - 1944
................ *2nd Husband of Elsie May Garwood:
.................... +James Richard Clark 1902 -
................ 6 Charles Seward Garwood 1906 - 1968
................ 6 Eugene Stanley Garwood 1909 - 1995
.................... +Alice Marie Flora 1916 - 1984
................ 6 Edna Mabel Garwood 1911 -
.................... +Claude Alcide Oufnac
................ 6 Mary Gertrude Garwood 1915 -
.................... +Elbert Benjamin Harrison 1912 -
............. 5 Oka Ella Garwood 1872 - 1921
................. +Scott Oscar Swarts 1864 - 1891
................ 6 Ada Elsie Swarts 1891 - 1980
MINE.................... +Floyd Alfred Cook 1888 - 1966
............. *2nd Husband of Oka Ella Garwood:
................. +Asborn Thomas Englerth 1849 - 1940
................ 6 Oleta Kathleen Englerth 1894 -
.................... +Wesley Tottingham 1885 - 1989
................ 6 Ray Delbert Englerth 1896 - 1962
.................... +Evelyn Dorothy 1895 - 1961
................ 6 Reese Forrest Englerth 1905 - 1993
.................... +Louise DeWilder 1910 -
................ 6 Roe Garwood Englerth 1907 -
.................... +Viola Mae Seekings 1910 -
............. 5 John Burton Garwood 1876 - 1943
................. +Eleanor Lucretia Higman 1882 - 1969
................ 6 Gladys Lucille Garwood 1909 -
.................... +Curtis Roberts Paxman 1913 -
................ 6 Virgil Higman Garwood 1912 -
.................... +Bernadine S. Shank 1919 -
................ 6 Kenneth Wayne Garwood 1918 -
.................... +Wanda May McDaniel 1932 -
............. 5 Ida Ora Garwood 1879 - 1964
................. +William Reese Allee 1875 -
................ 6 Harriet G. Allee 1901 -
.................... +Harry Gilmore
..... *2nd Wife of Charles Garwood:
......... +Pricilla Henderlite 1824 -
......... 4 Gilbert Garwood 1842 - 1921
............. +Rebecca Melissa James 1848 -
............. 5 Ella Garwood - 1929
......... *2nd Wife of Gilbert Garwood:
............. +Frances Amelia Hanchett 1851 -
............. 5 Lucius Alvin Garwood 1870 -
......... 4 Charles Elbert Garwood 1846 - 1891
............. +Sarah Elizabeth Strole 1853 - 1926
............. 5 Samuel Garwood 1872 -
............. 5 Nora Garwood 1876 -
................. +Lee Adjains 1870 -
............. 5 Thomas Payne Garwood 1879 - 1965
................. +Mary Dora Boehls 1870 -
................ 6 Edith Garwood
................ 6 Margaret Garwood
................ 6 Delbert Garwood
................ 6 Clara Garwood
............. 5 Iva Garwood 1880 -
................. +Charles Sowers 1870 -
............. 5 Clara Garwood 1883 - 1969
................. +Robert Clutts 1879 -
............. *2nd Husband of Clara Garwood:
................. +John Bixler 1870 -
............. 5 Martha Garwood 1889 - 1897
......... 4 Martha Garwood 1849 -
. 2 Isaac Rea 1781 - 1845
..... +Elizabeth Dickinson 1785 - 1838
..... 3 Lot Rea 1807 -
..... 3 Rebecca B Rea 1809 - 1907
......... +Ira Brown 1810 -
......... 4 Elizabeth Brown 1831 -
......... 4 Ezra Brown 1831 -
............. +Rachel Outland 1831 -
..... *2nd Husband of Rebecca B Rea:
......... +Enoch M Scott 1810 -
......... 4 Mary Ann Scott
............. +George W Henry
..... 3 Gaines Dickinson Rea 1810 - 1850
......... +Catherine Ann Cropper 1810 -
..... 3 Isaac Rea 1813 - 1845
......... +Mary Stanfield 1815 -
......... 4 Thomas Rea 1838 -
......... 4 Elizabeth Burton Rea 1838 -
......... 4 Margaret Rea 1838 -
............. +Lyon 1838 -
......... 4 John Rea 1838 -
......... 4 Joseph Rea 1838 -
............. +Charity Ann King 1838 -
......... *2nd Wife of Joseph Rea:
............. +Belle Dillon
......... 4 Isaac Rea 1838 -
............. +Mary Jane Cozens 1838 -
..... 3 Levi Rea 1815 - 1900
......... +Lydia Newman
......... 4 Hamilton Rea 1840 -
......... 4 James H Rea 1840 -
......... 4 Ruth E Rea 1840 -
......... 4 Mary E Rea 1840 -
............. +Franklin H Skidmore 1840 -
......... 4 Mary Viola Rea 1840 -
............. +J W Davis
......... 4 I G Rea 1840 -
......... 4 David Allen Rea 1840 -
............. +Mary J Glascoe 1840 -
......... 4 Gertrude Lydia Rea 1840 -
............. +James O Thomas 1840 -
......... 4 William F Rea 1840 -
......... 4 Jehiel G Rea 1840 -
..... *2nd Wife of Levi Rea:
......... +Linnie VanSkiver
..... 3 Elizabeth B Rea 1817 - 1876
......... +Moses Monroe
..... 3 John Haines Rea 1819 - 1854
......... 4 Isaac Rea 1840 -
..... 3 Ruth Ann Rea 1821 -
......... +Amos Thompson
..... 3 Sarah Rea 1824 -
......... +Elisha G Mechem
..... *2nd Husband of Sarah Rea:
......... +[3] William F. M. Skidmore
..... 3 Hannah Rea 1826 -
......... +Henry B Austin 1820 -
..... 3 Francis Curtis Rea 1832 -
......... +Benjamin Seaman
. *2nd Wife of Isaac Rea:
..... +Sarah Amey
..... 3 Charles A Rea 1840 - 1841
..... 3 Clarrissa A Rea 1842 -
..... 3 Albert Warren Rea 1844 -
......... +Emeline Walker
. 2 Rebecca Rea 1786 -
..... +Joel Stratton 1786 -
..... 3 Rachel Stratton 1812 -
......... +Edmund Outland
..... 3 Naomi Stratton 1812 -
..... 3 Susanna Stratton 1812 -
......... +John Walker
..... 3 Rebecca Stratton 1812 -
......... +James Outland
..... 3 Joel Stratton 1812 -
......... +Lucinda Templeton
..... 3 Elizabeth Stratton 1812 -
......... +Benjamin Tallman
..... 3 David Stratton 1812 -
......... +Elizabeth Walker 1812 -
Dorothy Burt
27321 Reese Creek Rd
Monroe, OR 97456

I have collected this. Robert Rea, wife Rebecca moved from Crooked Run, VA MM (Quaker for Monthly Meeting) to Hopewell VA MM 3 Jun 1775. Ancestry were Scotch of Celtic origin (i.e. meaning not lowland Scotch). He settled in Culpepper Co., VA about the year 1760 and Removed to Logan Co., OH, IN 1803. Ch: Ann m. Branson; John: Joseph m. Susannah Garwood, she born 25 Feb 1771; Allen; Helen m. Thomas Garwood he born 7 Nov. 1778; Rebecca m. Joel Stratton 5 Sep 1811. I have more on descendants altho this is not my family of origin.

http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/speccol/church/friends/html/hope.html
During the early 1730s, a number of Quaker families from Maryland and Pennsylvania moved into the Frederick County area of Virginia. Many of them obtained land within the bounds of the 100,000 acre grant secured by Alexander Ross, in 1732, on Opequan Creek, a tributary of the Potomac. These Friends constituted the first generation membership of a Monthly Meeting called Hopewell. It was established in 1735, with the consent of the Chester Quarterly Meeting and the "Yearly Meeting of Friends of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and parts of Maryland and Virginia."

In early years, Hopewell Monthly Meeting was composed of two subordinate Meetings, Opequan and Providence. Before the 18th century closed however, it had mothered congregations beyond the Alleghenies. In the mid-19th century with Fairfax Monthly Meeting, it provided membership for Meetings as far west as Iowa.

The first consecutive records for Hopewell Monthly begin in June 1759. By then, the Hopewell Meeting House was already too small and a daughter Monthly Meeting had long been established at Fairfax. In 1760, there were new Meeting Houses at Hopewell and Crooked Run. The "old" Providence Meeting House in that year was used by Friends from Mill Creek, Middle Creek and Tuscarora.

In 1777, a Meeting was settled and a Meeting House built at Back Creek in Shenandoah County. Soon there was a building erected for friends living near the town of Winchester. In the latter Meeting House, the Quaker exiles from Philadelphia worshipped during the American Revolution.

We first hear of Quaker settlers west of the Alleghenies about 1776. Then, by direction of the Yearly Meeting in Philadelphia and with the approbation of Fairfax and Warrington Quarterly Meetings, Hopewell Monthly Meeting received Certificates of Removal from Friends who were recent migrants to the Redstone region of Pennsylvania.

When Crooked Run Preparative Meeting was given the status of a Monthly Meeting in 1782, Meetings at Centre, Stafford, Mount Pleasant, Smith's Creek and Culpepper were added to it. It is estimated that the Quaker population in the Shenandoah Valley at this time totalled 1,000 or more,(1) but migrations to the West continued, and by April 1807, the membership of Crooked Run Monthly Meeting was so depleted that it was discontinued. Families who remained in that are rejoined Hopewell.

During its brief existence, Crooked Run had parented two Monthly Meetings, Westland and Southland. The former Monthly Meeting was established in 1785 for Friends in Washington and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania. Westland Monthly Meetings as one of the subordinates of the Ohio Yearly Meeting when it was formed in 1813.

Southland, the second Monthly Meeting to be established from Crooked Run, had only a brief history. It was designated as a Monthly Meeting in 1793 and was laid down in 1804 as the tide of Western migrations passed it by.

Five years after Crooked Run Monthly Meeting was established, the Warrington and Fairfax Quarterly Meeting was divided into separate Quarterly Meetings. The Virginia Monthly Meetings and their subordinates came immediately under the care of the Fairfax Quarterly Meeting. To accomodate the large Quarterly Membership which alternated thereafter between Hopewell and Fairfax, the Meeting House at Hopewell was enlarged by a thirty-foot addition on the western side. In 1790, the Fairfax Quarterly was transferred to the care of the Baltimore Yearly Meeting.

By 1803, two more small Meetings were named within the verge of Hopewell Monthly Meeting, Upper Ridge in Frederick County, Virginia and Lower Ridge in present day Berkeley County, Virginia. An 1882 report made to the Monthly Meeting on "Meeting house lots" listed the following properties as belonging to Hopewell: Middle Creek, Providence, Back Creek, Mount Pleasant, Stafford, Crooked Run and Southland. Other lots were designated at Hopewell, Berkeley, Upper Ridge, Lower Ridge, Dillons Run, and Centre on Smiths Creek. Only the graveyards at Providence, Mount Pleasant and Crooked Run were enclosed.(2)

The Quaker population of northern Virginia, for the most part, was Hicksite in sympathy after the Separation of 1828. Unfortunately, the minutes for most of the 19th century rarely name the Preparative or Particular Meetings reporting to Hopewell Monthly. We know only that there were for a long period Preparative Meetings at Winchester. The 1865 report from Hopewell Friends on Sufferings received by them during the Civil War, mentions only two subordinate Meetings. The Centre Meeting House at Winchester was occupied as a hospital by southern troops during the first summer of the war, but Meetings continued to be held there. In March 1862, General Nathaniel Banks of the Union Army arrived in the town and took possession of the Meeting House. Friends never used it afterwards. Money was raised shortly thereafter for the purchase of another lot and the building of a new Meeting House in Winchester. Centre Meeting House was completed in 1871.


Just got back into town and read your email. Robert Rea was not a Quaker when he married Rebecca Haines, they married out of unity and she was cast out of the Quaker church. Robert then joined the church and Rebecca was accepted back into the fold. I am currently trying to prove James Rea/Rae born 1710 in Culpepper, Va to
be the father of our Robert and I have found another Robert that was in business in Falmouth that could be the father of James and that Robert Rea/Rae is from Glasgow.
I will be glad to share pictures with you anything you have that has names attached I have quite a few unknowns.
More later,
Cuz,
Denny

I was born and reared in Springfield, Ohio. That's about 35 miles south
of
Belfountaine where my father grew up. He was born in a house on E. High
St.
Make no mistake Robert Rea was Scot of Celtic descent, we have proof of
that
in a short biography of Dr. Oliver Alonzo Rea. Here's what we have
found and
you can draw your own conclusion. Another Rea researcher contacted me
and
said that in going through Scottish church records he had found a
family in
Dumfermline,
Fife, Scotland that looked like our Robert. The fathers name was John
Rea/Rae and he married Ann Donaldson, they had four children: Thomas (b
1739), Robert (b 1740, that date is perfect), Charles (b 1746) and Ann
(b
1749). Roberts first born son was John and his first born daughter was
named
Ann so this is what we're trying to piece together right now. We don't
believe that they were married in Fife. The MacDonald Clan was very
strong
in the west and north and as you know one group of Macreas were in
Kintail.
There are also many Rea/Rae's in and around Edinburgh, Stirling and
Glasgow
but many of them can be traced to the Highlands. We truly believe that
this
is our family and now must prove it.
I would love to trade information and photos with you I have several
that I
have not idea who some of the people are and maybe with some of your
photos
we can piece that together. If you send me your snail mail address I
will
send you a CD of the pictures that I have and some of the hard copy I
have
collected.
Oh yea, I live in Whitefish, Montana 65 miles from the Canadian Border
and
20 miles from Glacier National Park.


193. Rebecca Haines ^

According to the book Richard Haines and his descendants. A Quaker amily of burlington County, New Jersey since 1682, compiled by John Wesley Haines, Captain Supply Corps, U.S. Navy (Ret), 1961, Carr Publishing Company, Inc. Boyce, Va. Page 102-103:"Bethanah Haines (Richard, Richard) was a resident of Frederick Co.,
Va., in 1747. No record ofhim after that date has been found, and whether or not he ramined in Frederick Co. or vicinity is not known. He m. Mary _____, whose identity has not been established. Since there is no record of the date he removed from New Jersey to Virginia, it is not known whetherhis marriage took place in the former or latter state, or elsewhere. It was not a happy marriage. On Jan. 11, 1747/8 Bethanah Haines and his wife Mary agreedto separate because of differences, disputes and quarrels. On the same date he made a deed of gift to his son Robert. There is no such concrete evidence that Hannah, Zilpha, Mary and Rebecca were also his daughters, but it is reasonable to suppose so. When Mary was married in 1760, she is referred to as Mary Haines, Jr. Mary Haines, Robert Haines and Rebecca Haines were witnesses to this marriage and all their names appear in the right hand column, where members of the family usually signed. Anthony and Zilpha Moore were also witnesses. When Robert Haines was married in 1780, the Alexander Oglesby family, the Anthony Moore family and the Robert Rea family were all witnesses. Their attendance to other marriages at Crooked Run MM indicate the probability that they were members of one family." Hope this helps.


194. John Garwood ^

Established Garwood Mills, which later became East Liberty

John3 Garwood (Daniel2, Thomas (Dorcas)1) was born in Culpeper Co, VA? 9 Jun 1740.(7406) John died 22 May 1819 in Darby Creek, Logan Co, OH, at 78 years of age.(7407)
He married Hesther Haines in Evesham MM, Burlington Co, NJ, 6 Mar 1764. (7408) Hesther was born in Culpeper Co, VA 5 Nov 1745. Hesther(7409) was the daughter of Carlisle Haines and Sarah Matlack. Hesther died 20 Dec 1811 in Darby Creek, Logan Co, OH, at 66 years of age. At 19 years of age Hesther became the mother of Hope Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 18 Jan 1765. At 20 years of age Hesther became the mother of Sarah Garwood in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ, 7 Jun 1766.(7410) At 23 years of age Hesther became the mother of Daniel Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 8 Apr 1769.(7411) At 25 years of age Hesther became the mother of Susannah Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 25 Feb 1771.(7412) At 27 years of age Hesther became the mother of Levi Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 1 Sep 1773.(7413) At 30 years of age Hesther became the mother of Margaret Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 11 Oct 1776.(7414) At 33 years of age Hesther became the mother of Thomas Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 7 Nov 1778.(7415) At 35 years of age Hesther became the mother of John Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 1 Feb 1781. At 37 years of age Hesther became the mother of Isaiah Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 4 Feb 1783. At 39 years of age Hesther became the mother of Isaiah Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 6 Apr 1785. At 40 years of age Hesther became the mother of Esther Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 11 Jun 1786. At 43 years of age Hesther became the mother of Deborah Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 11 May 1789. At 46 years of age Hesther became the mother of Lott Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 5 Jan 1792.
At 24 years of age John became the father of Hope Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 18 Jan 1765. At 25 years of age John became the father of Sarah Garwood in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ, 7 Jun 1766.(7416) At 28 years
of age John became the father of Daniel Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 8 Apr 1769.(7417) At 30 years of age John became the father of Susannah Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 25 Feb 1771.(7418) At 33 years
of age John became the father of Levi Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 1 Sep 1773.(7419) At 36 years of age John became the father of Margaret Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 11 Oct 1776.(7420) At 38 years
of age John became the father of Thomas Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 7 Nov 1778.(7421) At 40 years of age John became the father of John Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 1 Feb 1781. At 42 years of age John became the father of Isaiah Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 4 Feb 1783. At 44 years of age John became the father of Isaiah Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 6 Apr 1785. At 46 years of age John became
the father of Esther Garwood in Culpeper Co, VA, 11 Jun 1786. At 48 years of age John became the father of Deborah Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 11 May 1789. At 51 years of age John became the father
of Lott Garwood in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA, 5 Jan 1792. John Garwood and Hesther Haines had the following children:

8 i. Hope4 Garwood(7422) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 18 Jan 1765. Hope died Oct 1832 in Darby Creek, Logan Co, OH, at 67 years of age. She married twice. She married Daten Holloway in Culpeper Co, VA, 12 Oct 1785. Daten was born in Chesterfield, W Jersey 29 Dec 1763. Daten was the son of John Holloway and Margaret Buck. Daten died 9 Jun 1787 in VA, at 23 years of age. At 22 years of age Daten became the father of John Holloway in Culpeper Co, VA, 12 Sep 1786.(7423) (See Daten Holloway for the continuation of this line.) She married George Harris in Culpeper Co, VA, 8 Dec 1791.(7424) At 21 years of age Hope became the mother of John Holloway in Culpeper Co, VA, 12 Sep 1786.(7425)
9 ii. Sarah Garwood(7426) was born in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ 7 Jun 1766.(7427) Sarah died 20 Oct 1792 at 26 years of age. She married Caleb Antram in Crooked Run, Culpeper Co, VA, 21 Sep 1786. (Additional
notes for Caleb Antram(7428))
10 iii. Daniel Garwood(7429) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 8 Apr 1769. (7430) Daniel died 5 Nov 1820 in Zane Twp, Logan Co, OH, at 51 years of age. He married Mary Bishop in Southland MH, Culpeper Co, VA, 14 Nov
1792. Mary(7431) is the daughter of Jonathan Bishop and Patience.
11 iv. Susannah Garwood(7432) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 25 Feb 1771.(7433) Susannah died 24 Jul 1831 at 60 years of age. She married Joseph Rea in Crooked Run, Culpeper Co, VA, 17 May 1792. Joseph
was born in Culpeper Co, VA 15 May 1769. Joseph(7434) was the son of Robert Rea and Rebecca Haynes. Joseph died 7 Sep 1835 at 66 years of age. At 28 years of age Joseph became the father of Sarah Mae Rea in
Rush Creek, Logan Co, OH, 14 Jan 1798. (See Joseph Rea for the continuation of this line.) At 26 years of age Susannah became the mother of Sarah Mae Rea in Rush Creek, Logan Co, OH, 14 Jan 1798.
12 v. Levi Garwood(7435) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 1 Sep 1773.(7436) Levi died 28 Sep 1845 in Logan Co, OH, at 72 years of age. He married Sarah Inskeep in Culpeper Co, VA, 6 Dec 1795. Sarah was born in VA 1776.
Sarah died 10 May 1850 in Logan Co, OH, at 73 years of age.
13 vi. Margaret Garwood(7437) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 11 Oct 1776.(7438) Margaret died 12 Sep 1851 in Darby Creek, Logan Co, OH, at 74 years of age.
14 vii. Thomas Garwood(7439) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 7 Nov 1778.(7440) Thomas died 17 Mar 1837 in Newton, Jasper Co, IL, at 58 years of age. He married Hannah Rea in Culpeper MH, Culpeper Co, VA, 16 Nov 1797. Hannah was born in Frederick Co, VA 1778. Hannah(7441) was the daughter of Robert Rea and Rebecca Haynes. Hannah died 1815 in Logan Co, OH, at 37 years of age.
15 viii. John Garwood(7442) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 1 Feb 1781. John died 1836 in Jasper Co, IL, at 55 years of age.
16 ix. Isaiah Garwood(7443) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 4 Feb 1783. Isaiah died 21 Feb 1785 in Culpeper Co, VA, at 2 years of age.
17 x. Isaiah Garwood(7444) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 6 Apr 1785. Isaiah died 18 Jun 1838 in Logan Co, OH, at 53 years of age.
18 xi. Esther Garwood(7445) was born in Culpeper Co, VA 11 Jun 1786. Esther died 1846 in Logan Co, OH, at 60 years of age.
19 xii. Deborah Garwood(7446) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 11 May 1789. Deborah died 5 Feb 1829 in Darby Creek, Logan Co, OH, at 39 years of age.
20 xiii. Lott Garwood(7447) was born in Washington, Culpeper Co, VA 5 Jan 1792. Lott died 1857 in Jefferson Twp, Logan Co, OH, at 65 years of age.

http://www.america.net/~lilking/SEARCH/d0001/g0000133.html

http://www.parsonstech.com/genealogy/trees/APotts/d352.htm
960. John GARWOOD was born on Jun 9 1740 in Fayette Co., Pennsylvania. He died on May 22 1819 in Logan Co., Ohio. He was married to Esther HAINES on Mar 6 1764 in Burlington, New Jersey.
961. Esther HAINES was born on Nov 5 1745 in Burlington, New Jersey. She died on Dec 20 1811 in Logan Co., Ohio. Children were:
i. Hope GARWOOD was born on Jan 18 1765 in Burlington, New Jersey.
ii. Sarah GARWOOD was born on Jun 7 1766 in Burlington, New Jersey. She died on Sep 21 1786.
iii. Daniel GARWOOD was born on Aug 4 1769 in Burlington, New Jersey. He died on Sep 5 1820.
iv. Susannah GARWOOD was born on Feb 25 1771 in Burlington, New Jersey. She died on Jul 24 1831.
v. Levi GARWOOD was born on Sep 1 1773 in Culpeper Co., Virginia. He died on Sep 28 1845 in Logan Co., Ohio. . !First Judge of Logan County, Ohio.
vi. Margaret GARWOOD was born on Oct 11 1776 in Culpeper Co., Virginia. She died on Sep 12 1851.
480 vii. Thomas GARWOOD.
viii. John GARWOOD was born on Feb 1 1781 in Culpeper Co., Virginia. He died in 1836.
ix. Isaiah GARWOOD was born on Jun 4 1783 in Culpeper Co., Virginia.
x. Esther GARWOOD was born in 1786 in Culpeper Co., Virginia.
xi. Deborah GARWOOD was born on May 11 1789 in Culpeper Co., Virginia. She died on Feb 5 1829.

HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934 Frederick County, Virginia
CHAPTER V MEETINGS WITHIN THE VERGE OF HOPEWELL
page 86
Very little is known of the Culpeper meeting. The practice of referring familiarly and indiscriminately to both the county and the county-seat as "Culpeper" adds to the difficulty of locating this meeting. The first mention in Hopewell minutes of a meeting in Culpeper appears 8 mo. 3, 1778, when a meeting on First Days was allowed at the home of John Garwood, who lived near the Blue Ridge, on the eastern side, in that part of Culpeper County which in 1833 became Rappahannock. John Garwood had held meetings in his home prior to 1778.
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HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934 Frederick County, Virginia
CHAPTER V MEETINGS WITHIN THE VERGE OF HOPEWELL
page 86
In 1782 Hugh Judge visited John Garwood and wrote: "We were now within the verge of Culpeper meeting, and concluded to have a public meeting at the meeting house at two o'clock in the afternoon."

HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934 Frederick County, Virginia
CHAPTER VII FRIENDS AND THE INDIANS
page 124
John Garwood 5
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HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934 Frederick County, Virginia
CHAPTER XV PLACES OF MEETINGS
page 213
CULPEPER MEETING was located south of Chester Gap, in what is now Rappahannock Co., Va., near the home of John Garwood. John Garwood lived on the north fork of Rush River, near the site of the present town of Washington, county-seat of Rappahannock Co., where he purchased five tracts of land, the first two in 1768, the last in 1794, as revealed by Culpeper Co. records. Culpeper Meeting had a meeting-house in 1782, as shown by Hugh Judge. Meetings had been held in the home of John Garwood in 1778 and earlier.
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HOPEWELL FRIENDS HISTORY 1734-1934 Frederick County, Virginia
PART TWO DOCUMENTARY
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES FROM HOPEWELL 1748-1830
page 378
Daten Holloway, son of John Holloway and Margaret Holloway of the County of Stafford in the State of Virginia, and Hope Garwood, Daughter of John Garwood and Esther Garwood of Culpeper County & State aforesaid; 12th day of 10th month, 1785; at a Publick Meeting appointed at Culpeper.

ID: I986
Name: John GARWOOD
Sex: M
Birth: 1740 in Evesham,Burlington,NJ
Death: 1819 in Perry TWP,Logan,OH
Burial: ,Logan,OH

Father: Daniel GARWOOD b: 1710 in ,,NJ
Mother: Susannah COLLINS b: 1718 in ,,NJ

Marriage 1 Esther HAINES b: 5 NOV 1745 in ,,NJ
Married: 6 MAR 1764 in ,Burlington,NJ
Children
Hope GARWOOD b: 18 JAN 1765 in ,Burlington,NJ
Sarah GARWOOD b: 1766 in ,Burlington,NJ
Daniel GARWOOD b: 1769 in ,Culpeper,VA
Susannah GARWOOD b: 25 FEB 1771 in ,Culpeper,VA
Levi GARWOOD b: 1773 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
Margret GARWOOD b: 1776 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
Thomas GARWOOD b: 1778 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
John GARWOOD b: 1781 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
Isaiah GARWOOD b: 1783 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
Isaiah GARWOOD b: 1785 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
Esther GARWOOD b: 1787 in Washington,Culpeper,VA
Deborah GARWOOD b: 1789 in ,Culpeper,VA
Lot GARWOOD b: 1792 in Washington,Culpeper,VA

Marriage 2 Ann REA b: Abt 1766 in ,Frederick,VA
Married: Aft 1811


195. Heather Esther Haines ^

http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=warm91&id=I05668

From Logan Co. Historical Book:
CHURCHES. GARWOOD - HAINES - INSKEEP - ELBERT - BALLINGER - EUANS - SHARP

The first Church was that of the Friends, built about a half a mile
Northeast of the present town of Middleburg, and was built about 1805. It
was a double log structure with puncheon floor. This was occupied until
after 1825, but was finally abandoned. There the first school was taught,
and in the graveyard adjoining, the first burial was made.
The Oldest gravestone now to be found is that of Esther wife of John GARWOOD, and
bears the date 20th day of the 12th month, 1811. It is simple sandstone
slab. Col. Joel HAINES when a boy acted as sexton, and time after
time,kindled the charcoal fire on the brick hearth that occupied the centre
of the church. The enumeration that he got was 25 cents for several months
work. This structure was also occupied at times by the Methodists, until
they built a church of their own, about eighteen feet square, at what was
known as INSKEEP's mill-dam. This latter church was built about the time of
the War of 1812. This church was on what was known as Mad River Circuit,
and had preaching on week-day. Meeting were held once in six weeks. This
church was used as a place of worship until about 1830, when it was used
by the Protestant Methodists.

The Methodist Espicopal Church known as the Mt. Moriah Church was
the third Church built in the area of Middlesburg in 1829 . It was a hewed
log structure, built by voluntary contributions of labor. The first members
were Dr. John ELBERT and wife, John INNSKEEP and wife, Thomas BALLINGER and
wife, Joseph EUANS and wife, Allen SHARP and David SHARP. The latter in all
probability was the first Minister.


196. Jonathan Bishop ^

1. Jonathan1 Bishop(2117) (living status unknown).
Jonathan Bishop and Patience had the following child:

2 i. Mary2 Bishop(2118) (living status unknown).

http://www.tranquility.net/~wbishop/friendsbishopgenealogy/virginia/vafam052.htm
Jonathan Bishop, s/o Robert
b 1739 d bef 1818 Culpeper Co, VA
m. 1762 Patience Monrow (Minroe, Munrow)
In 1763 Johathan Bishop was received into membership in the
Society of Friends (Evesham MM Minutes Book 1 p 72)
children(8):
Hannah Bishop b 1763 m Samuel Hague (3 children)
***Josiah Bishop 1764 m Susan Inskeep (13 children; Ohio)
Joseph Bishop 1766 m1 Nancy Clark m2 Jane Terrill (8 children)
Thomas Bishop 1768 m Betsy Morris (5 children)
John Bishop b 1771 m1 Nancy Stokes m2 Nancy Segar (6 children; Logan Co, Ohio)
*Mary Bishop b 1774 m Daniel Garwood (6 children)
Johnathan Bishop b 1780 m Nancy Cobbler (4 children; Bedford Co, VA)
Patience Bishop b 1784 m Job Inskeep (7 children)

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/i/s/Robert-A-Bishop/ODT22-0004.html
2 Jonathan BISHOP b: September 7, 1739 in Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ d: Bef. October 19, 1818 Culpeper Co, VA
.... +Patience MUNROW b: March 9, 1742/43 in Burlington Co, NJ m: May 27, 1762 in Mt. Holly, Burlington Co, NJ d: November 29, 1828 Graham Cem, Zane, Logan Co, OH Father: George Munrow Mother: Sarah Perkins

http://mlug.missouri.edu/~wbishop/friendsbishopgenealogy/virginia/vafam053.php3
1782 ---: "An 18th Century Perspective - Culpeper County; Mary Stevens Jones; 1976" p.98ff
Chapter X: Stevensburg, an Ancient Town of Renown
There was a very early settlement of Quakers (Friends) at
Stevensburg. Their meetinghouse, called Southland, is said to have been
located near the site of present-day Stevensburg Methodist Church. JONATHAN
BISHOP, leader of this meeting, and perhaps other Friends lived near Mount
Pony as early as 1782. Today this area is commonly known as The Flats.
Southland and Culpeper Meetings were among those included in the Hopewell
yearly meeting.
Tradition says the town grew and prospered as long as the Quakers
remained there - from circa 1788 to circa 1820, it began to decline when
they pulled up staked and left because the town had grown too wicked, or so
the story goes. There is evidence that by 1820 most of the Friends disturbed
by the issue of slavery, had moved to Ohio. the Quakers strongly opposed
slavery. Among the Friends who migrated to Ohio with this group were members
of the Inskeep family who had moved to Culpeper from Camden, NJ,
and Philadelphia and settled in the Mount Pony area.

NEW JERSEY MARRIAGE BONDS BISHOP, JONATHAN, and Patience Munrow, spinster, both of Co. of Burlington. May 27, 1762. Bondsman, Berzellai Deacon of Co. of Burlington. Witnesses; Gab. Blond, Sam. Atkinson.


197. Patience Monroe ^

http://www.tranquility.net/~wbishop/friendsbishopgenealogy/virginia/vafam052.htm

Jonathan Bishop, s/o Robert
b 1739 d bef 1818 Culpeper Co, VA
m. 1762 Patience Monrow (Minroe, Munrow)
In 1763 Johathan Bishop was received into membership in the
Society of Friends (Evesham MM Minutes Book 1 p 72)
children(8):
Hannah Bishop b 1763 m Samuel Hague (3 children)
***Josiah Bishop 1764 m Susan Inskeep (13 children; Ohio)
Joseph Bishop 1766 m1 Nancy Clark m2 Jane Terrill (8 children)
Thomas Bishop 1768 m Betsy Morris (5 children)
John Bishop b 1771 m1 Nancy Stokes m2 Nancy Segar (6 children; Logan Co, Ohio)
*Mary Bishop b 1774 m Daniel Garwood (6 children)
Johnathan Bishop b 1780 m Nancy Cobbler (4 children; Bedford Co, VA)
Patience Bishop b 1784 m Job Inskeep (7 children)

Joined the Society of Friends in Evesham, New Jersey. JohnBishop is listed on the Certificate of membership for Jonathanand Patience
Bishop and in their removal from Evesham MonthlyMeetings to Hopewell Monthly Meetings dated 10/3/1774


198. William Stokes ^


http://www.america.net/~lilking/SEARCH/d0003/g0000374.html#I3433

William STOKES
Family 1: Hepzibah INSKEEP

Joseph STOKES
Daniel STOKES
Susannah STOKES

William married sisters

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/u/t/Pamela-Butler/GENE5-0029.html
1804: September 17, 1804 Will Book E, pp 55-56
The articles belonging to Hepberg Stoakes appraised by JOSEPH GREEN, JOHN INSKEEP & WILLIAM BUTLER Such as horses, cows sheep & hogs, household & citchen furniture & farmes tools....Listed & appraised
includes one round Leafe tabel, one falling Leafe tabel, one Creadel, Weavers Swifts, one Womans Saddel, one weaver lume & tackling...no total At a Court held for Culpeper County 15th October 1804
This Inventory of the Estate of WILLIAM STOKES deceased was returned into Court and ordered to be recorded.
(obviously Hepberg is Hebzibah, his second wife)

LDS has a
William STOKES
Sex: M
Birth: 26 Oct 1741
Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia
Parents:
Father: Thomas STOKES
Mother: Elizabeth

and....
William A. STOKES
Sex: M
Birth: 1760
Lunenburg, Virginia
Parents:
Father: William STOKES
Mother: Lucretia ELLIS

and...
William STOKES
Sex: M
Birth: Abt. 1760
Of Culpepper Co., Virginia
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Hepzibah INSKEEP

LDS has a Thomas Stokes marrying a Sarah Innskeep 25 Oct 1764 in Burlington, NJ. This tends to make me think the Stokes came from NJ along with the Innskeep's? Thomas shown son of Joshua Stokes and Amy Hinchman..no son William showing. Note Thomas and Sarah did name a son, William though,. born 1779 in NJ.

Name: William STOKES
Sex: M
Birth: Est 1755/1765
Death: Abt 1804 in ,Culpeper,VA

Marriage 1 Hester INSKEEP b: Abt 1761/1766
Children
Ann STOKES b: Abt 1782

Marriage 2 Hepzibah INSKEEP b: Abt 1765 in ,Burlington,NJ
Married: 1785
Children
Joseph STOKES b: 12 MAY 1786 in ,Culpeper,VA
James STOKES b: 21 NOV in ,Culpeper,VA
Susannah STOKES b: 11 FEB 1790 in ,Culpeper,VA
Daniel STOKES b: 27 DEC 1792 in ,Culpeper,VA
Rachel Inskeep STOKES b: 15 DEC 1793 in ,,VA
Matlock STOKES b: Abt 1794 in VA,,VA

Could this be our William. Would change marriages to VA, but born in NJ would fit.
Know all men by these presents that I Willam Stokes of Culpepper in the State of Virginia doth by these presents ordaine constitute & appoint Joseph Champion of the County of Gloucester & state of N.J. my true lawful attourney for me and in my name to ask, demand and recover of Thomas Denny Esq of the county and state aforesaid the sum of 12 pounds in gold and silver or thereabouts more or less which sums said Denny recovered of Mr. Indecott by virture of an attachment as the proberty of a certain Caleb Matlack otherwise absconden in my suit, also to ask, demand & recover of Isaac Kay Esq a certain bond I had against Caleb Matlack Esq. or the money if recovered and apply the same to my use, and one or more attorneys under him to constitute and the same a pleasure to revoke.
Given under my hand & seal this sixth day of August, 1781 Signed, Sealed and Delivered
In the Presence of
William Stokes
John Cambell
(seal)
James Inskeep

http://www.webchoice.net/users/pbishop/wbishop/friendsbishopgenealogy/virginia/vafam053.htm
---: "An 18th Century Perspective - Culpeper County; Mary Stevens Jones; 1976" p.98ff
Chapter X: Stevensburg, an Ancient Town of Renown
There was a very early settlement of Quakers (Friends) at
Stevensburg. Their meetinghouse, called Southland, is said to have been
located near the site of present-day Stevensburg Methodist Church. JONATHAN
BISHOP, leader of this meeting, and perhaps other Friends lived near Mount
Pony as early as 1782. Today this area is commonly known as The Flats.
Southland and Culpeper Meetings were among those included in the Hopewell
yearly meeting.
Tradition says the town grew and prospered as long as the Quakers
remained there - from circa 1788 to circa 1820, it began to decline when
they pulled up staked and left because the town had grown too wicked, or so
the story goes. There is evidence that by 1820 most of the Friends disturbed
by the issue of slavery, had moved to Ohio. the Quakers strongly opposed
slavery. Among the Friends who migrated to Ohio with this group were members
of the Inskeep family who had moved to Culpeper from Camden, NJ,
and Philadelphia and settled in the Mount Pony area.