Sara Gene Roberts WE Roberts Sara Alma Moore AF Roberts Imogene Slaughter AO Moore Sara Pasley AJ Roberts laura McCluney Robert Slaughter Margaret Speake John K Moore Frances Garrison Robert Pasley Elizabeth WIlson AF Roberts Laura McCluney John Roberts Jane unknown James McCluney Mary Alex Jesse Ropberts Rachel unknown William McCluney Margaret Johnson Samuel Alexander Joseph Alexander Esther Davis Theophilus Alexander Catherine Wallace Henry Smith Abraham Smith Hannah Smith Amelia Hampton Mary Guyton Margaret Tate James Tate Theodosia Wade Margaret T Speake Richard Speake Richard Speake Sarah Lindsey Ann Unknown Tate Thomas Speake John Lindsey ELSE unknown Sarah Halbert Thomas Evans Nicholas Evans Anne Unknown John K Moore Frances Garrison Moren Moore Anna Waits Nehemian Garrison Sarah Evans John Moore Mary Keller David Garrison Nathaniel Barksdale Mourning DIckerson Elizabeth Barksdale Philip Evans Mary Charles James Charles James Charles Oliver Charles sarah Halbert Joel Halbert Mary Biswell William Halbert Mary unknown Jeremiah Biswell Anne Cook John Cook Susannah Pell Elizabeth Alexancer Matthew Wallace Jane Wallace Elizabeth Wallace John McKnitt James Alexander Joseph Alexander Catherine Wallace Theophilus Alexander Sarah Alexander Jane McKnitt Margaret McKnit Samuel Alexander Mary Taylor John MCKnitt Matthew Wallace
Piecing Together History

Piecing Together History

One Roberts' Pedigree


Sara Gene Roberts PEDIGREE REVERSE-TIMELINE Click on name in timeline
SG Roberts Pedigree Chart

(3) Sara Gene Roberts

born Nov 10, 1919  1 Waleska, Cherokee Co., Georgia

Father: (6) Wilton Emmett Roberts
Mother: (7) Sara Alma Moore

Sara Gene Roberts photo photo
Sara Gene Roberts
married Aug 29, 1945 Calhoun, Gordon Co., Georgia

Husband: (2) Charles Winfred Leonard
     (2 children)

died Dec 23, 1998  1 Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee (hospital)
Rock Spring, Walker Co., Georgia (residence)

- Played the music for her father's church services.
   At ten played an old-fashion reed organ that had to be pumped by foot but her feet did not reach the pedals. So an adult would sit beside her to pump the organ.
- Graduated from Dalton High School in 1936 (only 11 grades)
- Studied music at Bessie Tift College in Forsythe, GA for one year
- Taught at Pleasant Grove School in Dalton, GA (1937-1945)
- Taught 4th Grade at Fortune Grammar School in LaFayette, GA (1950-1975)
- Graduated from University of Georgia in Athens, GA with BA Education (1957)
- Taught piano part time until 1963
- After widowed, played piano for the First Baptist Church of LaFayette Senior Choir and maintained the Church Library
- Loved playing the piano. Continued to play the piano remarkedly well for the rest of her life.



  ROBERTS FAMILY
->(6) Wilton Emmett Roberts

born May 8, 1888  1 Sutallee, Cherokee Co., Georgia

Father: (12)Andrew Franklin Roberts
Mother: (13)Imogene Slaughter

Wilton Emmett Roberts photo
Wilton Emmett Roberts
married Dec 25, 1918 Waleska, Cherokee Co., Georgia

Wife: (7) Sara Alma Moore
(1 child)

died Nov 30, 1961 1,2 Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia

- Worked in saw mill before he married
- Worked as automobile mechanic in Dalton, Georgia  3
- Chairman of Whitfield County War Price and Rationing Board (WW II)

- Southern Baptist minister in Whitfield County, GA (1929-1960)
- Ordained by East Side Baptist Church in Dalton, GA (Dec 9, 1928)  4
- At South Dalton Baptist Church had a highly succesful revivial where he baptized 186 converts.
- Served as pastor at the following Baptist churches: East Side, South Dalton, Dug Gap, Swamp Creek, Macedonia, East Armuchee, New Hope, Shelbyville Mill, Antiock, Grove Level, and Airport Mission.  4
- For twenty years and one month was the director of the radio program "Sunrise Service" that aired on the Dalton, GA, station WBLJ.  4   It was the first program that WBLJ broadcast over the air.

Census Info-Residences:
Omega, Tift Co., GA (1920); Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA (1930)


->(7) Sara Alma Moore

born Mar 11, 1891  1 Waleska, Cherokee Co., Georgia

Father: (14)Augustus Osgood Moore
Mother: (15)Sara Helen Pasley

Alma Moore photo
Sara Alma Moore
married Dec 25, 1918 Waleska, Cherokee Co., Georgia

Husband: (6) Wilton Emmett Roberts

Children: born died
  1. Sara Gene ROBERTS
    m. Charles Winfred Leonard
Nov 10, 1919 Dec 23, 1998

died Jul 30, 1967  1 Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia

AO Moore Family Photos
- Called "Alma"
- Had a twin brother Alwin that died in a goat cart accident when they were six
- Attended Rhinehart College in Waleska, GA > 2
- Taught at Gravelly Hill School, Cherokee Co., GA (about 2 miles west of Moore Mill's Bridge) > 2
- Housewife
- Sewed, tatted
- Grew flowers; sold her gladiolas to the local florist before there was FTD
- Helped design the house they built on Sheridan Street in Dalton, GA


->->(12) Andrew Franklin Roberts

born Jan 1, 1855  1 York District, South Carolina

Father: (24)Andrew Jackson Roberts
Mother: (25)Laura McCluney

married Dec 1882  2 Bartow Co., Georgia

Wife: Imogene Slaughter
(7 children)

died Mar 19, 1911 1,3 Bartow Co., Georgia

- Called "Frank" when a child
- Listed as being at school when he was 25 (1880 census)
- Baptist minister (although father had been Presbyterian elder)
- Served as pastor at Stamp Creek Baptist Church, Cherokee Co., GA
Gravestone-"Servant of God well done. The battle fought the victory won. And thou hast entered rest."  1

Census Info-Residences:
Fair Play, Cherokee Co., GA (1900, 1910)


->->(13) Imogene Slaughter

born Feb 9, 1858 1,2 near Adairsville, Cass Co., Georgia

Father: (26)Robert W Slaughter
Mother: (27)Margartet T Speake

married Dec 1882  3 Bartow Co., Georgia

Husband: (12)Andrew Franklin Roberts

Children: born died
  1. Herbert C ROBERTS More Obiturary --The Cartersville News, Cartersville, GA, July 22, 1909, Page 1

    Herbert Roberts. Popular Young Saw Mill Man Passes Away Last Saturday.

    Mr. Herbert Roberts died Saturday morning last at the home of Mrs. Clayton Irwin near Stamp Creek after a several weeks illness from typhoid fever. Mr. Roberts left Cartersville about two weeks ago going to Stamp Creek to visit his relative, Mrs. Irwin and while there was attacked with typhoid fever and died Saturday morning.

    Mr. Roberts came to Cartersville about a month ago accompanied by his brother, Mr. Edgar Roberts, to engage in the planning mill business and fitted up a nice plant on the Seaboard railroad near the cemetery and was doing a nice business.

    Mr. Roberts was born and reared in Cherokee county and was a good and trustworthy citizen.

    m. Julia Erwin
Oct 8, 1883 Jul 17, 1909
  1. (Ernest) Edgar ROBERTS
    m. Winnie Lusk
    m. Lisa M Woodall
Jul 24, 1885  
  1. Wilton Emmett ROBERTS
    m. Sara Alma Moore
May 8, 1888 Nov 30, 1961
  1. Alton W ROBERTS
    m. May Perry
Oct 25, 1890 Mar 1983
  1. Dayton W ROBERTS
    m. Nancy Kay
Aug 28, 1893 Mar 9, 1983
  1. Lloyd B ROBERTS
    m. Odessa Fortenberry
Feb 19, 1896 Apr 23, 1969
  1. Cora Lee ROBERTS
    m. Lewis Wilton Puckett
Jul 9, 1900 Dec 23, 1977

died Nov 24, 1927 1,2 White, Georgia

- called "Genie" when married
- Embroideress  4
- Listed as head of household in 1920 census and lived next to A O Moore
- Some time after 1911 house burned and she alternated staying with her children

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Fair Play, Cherokee Co., GA (1920)


->->->(24) Andrew Jackson ROBERTS

born Sep 29, 1827 1,2 York District, South Carolina

Father: (48)John Jefferson Roberts
Mother: (49)Jane unknown

married South Carolina

Wife: (25)Laura McCluney
(2 children)

married Mar 26, 1856 South Carolina

Wife: Catherine Jane Agnew
(8 children)

died Apr 22, 1905  1 Eastview, Greer County, OK

- Farmer
- Had eleven slaves and had 3 slave houses in 1860  3
- After War worked for his father-in-law George Agnew who had a business related to horses

War Between the States 4,5 - Private
- Enlisted December 9, 1861 Camp Hampton in 17th South Carolina Infantry Volunteers, Company K, Lacy Guards, York County
- Slightly wounded in 1862 at Battle of Second Manassas
- Wounded July 5, 1864 at Petersburg  5 and later in January 1865 returned to light duty
in Lynchburg by the Medical Board
- Paroled April 13, 1865 at Lynchburg, Virginia

Migrations after the War:
- Based on birth states of children: 2,6
   Moved to Georgia some time between 1868 and 1870
   Moved to Alabama some time between 1880 and was in Alabama in 1882
Still in Alabama Dec 1895 when daughter was married at their home
1900 Census has residence being in Tarrant County, Texas
Family stories place family in Fluvanna, Scurry County, Texas in 1903 and 1904.
Living with son Pliney in Oklahoma when he died in 1905

Census and Tax List Info-Residences:
York, York District, SC (1850); Bullock Creek, York District, SC (1860,1864);
District 5, Bartow Co., GA (1870); Little Prairie, Bartow Co., GA (1880);
Justice Precinct 8, Tarrant, TX(1900)


->->->(25) Laura McCluney

born Feb 25, 1827  1 York District, South Carolina

Father: (50)James McCluney
Mother: (51)Mary A Alexander

married   South Carolina

Husband: (24)Andrew Jackson Roberts

Children: born died
  1. John J. ROBERTS
ca 1851  
  1. Andrew Franklin ROBERTS
    m. Imogene Slaughter
Jan 1, 1855 Mar 19, 1911

died Aug 12, 1855  1 York District, South Carolina

- Family stories indicates Laura died of tubercolosis.


->->->->(48) John Jefferson Roberts

born Jun 14, 1802 York District, South Carolina

Father: (96)Jesse Roberts
Mother: (97)Rachel unknown

married    

Wife: (49) Jane unknown
(3 children)

died May 9, 1835 York District, South Carolina

- Had five slaves in 1830  1

York County Will probated Dec 21, 1835  2   mentions sons Andrew J and Jesse M, daughter Rachel E, and 5 slaves (John, Sintha, Dianne, Jerry, and Emoriah). His wife and James B Good were named the sole executrix and executor.

Census Info-Residences:
York District, SC (1830)


->->->->(49) Jane unknown

born ca 1806  1 York District, South Carolina

Father: born in South Carolina  2
Mother: born in South Carolina  2

married    

Husband: (48)John Jefferson Roberts

Children:  3 born died
  1. Rachel ROBERTS
    m. David John Good
Mar 12, 1825 May 7, 1904
  1. Andrew Jackson ROBERTS
    m. Laura McCluney
    m. Catherine J Agnew
Sep 29,1827 Apr 22, 1905
  1. Jesse M ROBERTS
    m. Isabella Russel
Mar 15, 1829 Jul 28, 1891

died Sep 17, 1881  1 York, South Carolina

- Had three teen-aged slaves in 1860  4

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
York District, SC (1840); York, York District, SC (1850);
Bullock Creek, York, SC (1860, 1870, 1880) with son-in-law David Good


->->->->->(96) Jesse Roberts

born 1763  1 Camden District, South Carolina

Father:  
Mother:  

married  

Wife: (97)Rachel unknown
(5 children)

died Nov 4, 1828  1 York District, South Carolina

- Listed as 'Captain' in 1800 census 2
- Had nine slaves in 1820 3

Revolutionary War  5
- South Carolina 3rd Regiment
- Lost a horse in the Battle at Briar Creek (March 1779)
- During 1781 served 230 days in the Light Dragons and militia under Captains Jacob Barnett, Love, McCullough, Lt. Col Henry Hampton, and General Sumter.

York County Will dated 1828  4   mentions his wife, sons John and Andrew Roberts, daughters Nancy Bowans and Elizabeth Jamieson, granddaughters Rachel Jamieson and Silindy Roberts. Sons John and Andrew were named the sole executors.

Census Info-Residences:
York District, SC (1790); York District, SC (1800, 1810); York, York District, SC (1820)


->->->->->(97) Rachel Unknown

born ca 1769  1

Father:  
Mother:  

married  

Husband: (96)Jesse Roberts


Children: born died
  1. John J ROBERTS
    m. Jane Unknown
Jun 14, 1802 May 9, 1835
  1. Andrew ROBERTS
ca 1804-1810 Mar 30, 1833
  1. Elizabeth ROBERTS
    m. Shadrack Jamieson
ca 1801 May 1847
  1. Rachel ROBERTS
    m. unknown Jamieson
   
  1. Nancy ROBERTS
    m. unknown Bowans
   

died Aug 13, 1809  1 York District, South Carolina




  MOORE FAMILY
->->(14) Augustus Osgood Moore

born Feb 23, 1854 1,2 Cherokee Co., Georgia

Father: (28)John Keller Moore
Mother: (29)Frances Independence Garrison

Augustus Osgood Moore photo
Augustus Osgood Moore
married Feb 22, 1877  3 Cherokee Co., Georgia

Wife: (15)Sara Helen Pasley
(11 children)

died Mar 26, 1932 1,2 Canton, Cherokee Co., Georgia

- Farmer  2
- Miller and Blacksmith at Moore's Mill  4
- Postmaster
- Founding partner in Moore Bros.
  Moore Bros. owned a grist mill for corn and a roller mill for flour upstream from Moore's Mill on Shoal Creek (1899 to ca 1926) as well as a federally licensed distillery.  5
- Member of Shoal Creek Baptist Church for more than 60 years
- Mason for 55 years
- Resided at Moore's Mill on Shoal Creek in Cherokee Co., GA.
  By 1880's Moore's Mill had a grist mill for grinding corn, a grist mill for processing wheat, a cotton gin, a sash-type sawmill, and a blacksmith shop. Also Moore's Mills US Post Office (1879 to 1906).  5

Census Info-Residences:
Fair Play, Cherokee Co., GA (1880, 1900, 1920), Conns Creek, Cherokee Co., GA (1930)

AO Moore Family Photo


->->(15) Sara Helen Pasley

born Mar 25, 1856 1,2,3 Habersham Co., Georgia

Father: (30)Robert Wesley Pasley
Mother: (31)Elizabeth Wilson

Sarah Helen Pasley photo
Sara Helen Pasley
married Feb 22, 1877  4 Cherokee Co., Georgia

Husband: (14)Augustus Osgood Moore

Children: born died
  1. Paul Deoan MOORE
    died as child
Jan 19, 1879 Apr 4, 1886
  1. Mallory DeClint "Clint" MOORE
    m. Fannie Boston
Jun 26, 1880 Jun 13, 1965
  1. Obra "Tobie" MOORE
Nov 30, 1882 Dec 4, 1936
  1. (Helen) Elsie MOORE
    m. Roy McFarland
Nov 3, 1887 Apr 6, 1952
  1. Robert Keller MOORE
    m. (Mary) Annie Elliot
Dec 5, 1888 Mar 26, 1943
  1. (Sara) Alma MOORE
    m. Wilton Emmett Roberts
Mar 11, 1891 Jul 30, 1967
  1. Alwyn MOORE
    died as child
Mar 11, 1891 Jul 24, 1897
  1. Shannon Barton MOORE
    m. Alma Pearl White
May 20, 1894 Mar 24, 1979
  1. (Frances) Eloise MOORE
    m. Bert Fronebarger
Aug 4, 1898 Nov 24, 1970
  1. Williforde Dryden "W.D." MOORE
    m. Ruby Butterworth
    m. Gladys Biddy
Sep 17, 1900 Oct 17, 1984
  1. Willie Dee MOORE.
    m. Hollis Williams
Jul 25, 1904 Apr 27, 1929

died Mar 26, 1947 1,3 Canton, Cherokee Co., Georgia

- Nicknamed "Dimp"
- Her brother Robert (known as Uncle Bob) lived with her and Augustus for forty years.

Osgood and Sarah Pasley Moore with children photo
Augustus Osgood and Sara Helen Pasley Moore with children
Clint, Obra, Elsie, Kell, Alma, Shannon, Eloise, Williforde, Willie Dee

Osgood and Sarah Pasley Moore plus children and grandchildren eating watermelons photo
Eating Watermelon: Augustus Osgood and Sara Helen Pasley Moore
with Uncle Bob, various children, grandchildren (smallest is Sara Gene Roberts), and chickens



->->->(28) John Keller Moore

born Feb 8, 1815  1 Jackson Co., Georgia

Father: (56)Moren Moore
Mother: (57)Anna Waites

John Keller Moore photo
John Keller Moore
married Sep 8, 1842  2 Cherokee Co., Georgia

Wife: (29)Frances Independence Garrison
(12 children)

died Sep 8, 1886 1,3 Moore's Mill, Cherokee Co., Georgia

- Called "Keller" or "Kell"
- Farmer and miller
- Moved to Canton, Cherokee County, Georgia in 1836.  3
- Founded Moore's Mill on Shoal Creek in Cherokee Co., GA
Started with grist mill(s) for grinding corn and for processing wheat.  4

War Between the States  5 - Private (State Guards)
- Mustered in July 22, 1863 into Company A, Cherokee Legion, Georgia State Guards at Canton, GA with a horse (worth $450) and horse equipment (worth $50)
- Permanently detailed November 7, 1863
- Mustered out January 22, 1864 in Rome, GA; Communtation for use of horse for 59 days ($23.60)

Census Info-Residences:
15th District, Cherokee Co., GA (1850); Fair Play, Cherokee Co., GA (1860, 1870, 1880)


->->->(29) Frances Independence Garrison

born Jul 4, 1826  1 Hall Co., Georgia

Father: (58)Nehemiah Garrison
Mother: (59)Sarah Evans

Frances I Moore photo
Frances Independence Garrison
married Sep 8, 1842  2 Cherokee Co., Georgia

Husband: (28)John Keller Moore

Children: born died
  1. Sarah Ann Volumnia MOORE
    m. John B Moss
Aug 9, 1843 Jan 23, 1940
  1. Nancy Armaretta MOORE
    m. Noble John Brooke
Jan 23, 1846 1923
  1. Judge Moren MOORE
    m. Artemissa Jennie Moss
Jan 11, 1849 1893
  1. (Mary) Lucinda Moore
    m. Pinkney Brooks
Feb 25, 1851 May 14, 1949
  1. (Augustus) Osgood MOORE
    m. Sara Helen Pasley
Feb 23, 1854 Mar 26, 1932
  1. (Nehemiah) Dryden MOORE
    m. Luvenia unknown
Apr 16, 1856 May 21, 1900
  1. (John) Ripley MOORE
    m. Sara M Putnam
    m. Mary Ann Donner
May 14, 1858 1947
  1. Savilla MOORE
    died as child
Sep 23, 1860 Feb 21, 1863
  1. Russell Malachi MOORE
    m. Lucy Sharp
May 11, 1863 1957
  1. David Barton MOORE
    m. Fannie Pruitt
Aug 23, 1866 1954
  1. Arobias Shannon MOORE
    m. Elsie Isola Proctor
June 1869 1951
  1. Leonidas Mallory MOORE
    m. Rebecca Neese
Sep 9, 1872 Feb 28, 1945

died Feb 13, 1917  1 Cherokee Co., Georgia

Resided with son A.O. at Moore's Mill the last six years of her life  2

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Waleska, Cherokee Co., GA (1900); Harkins, Cherokee Co., GA (1910) with son Arobius


->->->->(56) Moren Moore

born Apr 10, 1786  1 North Carolina

Father: (112)John Moore
Mother: (113)Mary Keller

married Sep 1, 1808  2 Jackson Co., Georgia

Wife: Elizabeth Snow
(0 children)

married Dec 28, 1809  2 Jackson Co., Georgia

Wife: (57)Anna Waites
(4 or 5 children)

married May 10, 1822  3 Hall Co., Georgia

Wife: Abigail Gravitt
(12 or 13 children)

married Dec 6, 1846  3 Gainesville, Hall Co., Georgia
Wife: Elizabeth Doster
(0 children)

died Feb 15, 1872  1 Georgia

- Farmer
- Justice of the Inferior Court and Commissioner of Gainesville, Hall, GA (1820-1824)
- Appointed one of the trustees of Hall County Academy in 1828

War of 1812 1,5 - Private
- Drafted from Jackson Co., GA
- In Booth's 4th Regiment of Georgia Militia,
  Company commanded by Nehemiah Garrison from Nov 21, 1814 until May 6, 1815
- Letter tells of traveling on foot from Fort Rawlins to the City of Mobile (1815 capture of Fort Bowyer?) and back during the war.

Property Tax Info-Residences:
Jackson Co., GA (1809)
Census Info-Residences:
Hall Co., GA (1830); 385th District, Hall Co., GA (1840, 1860); District 38, Hall Co., GA (1850);
Morgan District, Hall Co., GA (1870) with oldest son Aaron


->->->->(57)Anna Waites

born ca 1785

Father:
Mother:

married Dec 28, 1809  2 Jackson Co., Georgia

Husband: (56)Moren Moore

Children: born died
  1. Aaron W MOORE
    m. Jane Cain
    m. Mary Liles
Nov 3, 1810  
  1. John Keller MOORE
    m. Frances I Garrison
Feb 8, 1815 Sep 8, 1886
  1. Jacob Jasper MOORE
    m. Margaret Merck
1816 1864
  1. Mary MOORE
    m. John Merck
Jan 8, 1818 Jul 2, 1898
  1. Nancy MOORE
    m. Greenbury Garrard
   

died before 1822 Hall Co., Gerogia



->->->->->(112) John Moore

born Oct 25, 1757 Beaufort (later Pitt) Co., North Carolina 1,2

Father:
Mother:

married Jan 3, 1781 1,2

Wife: (113)Mary Keller
(9 children)

died Nov 16, 1840 1,2 Hall Co., Georgia

Revolutionary War 1,2 -Private
- with Militia of North Carolina under Captain Henderson and Colonel Martin;
- with regular Army under Jeremiah McClain attached to the Fourth Regiment under General Lincoln (fought in the Battle of Stono Ferry South Carolina);
- with Militia of North Carolina under Captain Guest and Captain White attached to Colonel Armstrong's Regiment;
- at the garrison at Wilmington North Carolina

Residences based on birth states of children (1850 US Census)
- In North Carolina in 1788 and in Georgia in 1790
- Lived one year in South Carolina prior to moving to Georgia

1820 GA Land Lottery: received Lot 384/8 in western Jackson County (later part of Hall County)

Georgia Land Grants Info-Residences:
Jackson Co., GA (1820); Hall Co., GA (1832);
Census Info-Residences:
Hall Co., GA (1830); 268th District, Hall, GA (1840)


->->->->->(113) Mary Keller

born Oct 3, 1759
Father:
Mother:

married Jan 3, 1781 1,2

Husband: (112)John Moore

Children: born 1 died
  1. Mary MOORE
    m. Odediah Light
Mar 16, 1782 Jul 30, 1849
  1. Milley MOORE
    m. unknown Wilson
Jan 9, 1784 before 1844
  1. Moren MOORE
    m. Elizabeth Snow
    m. Anna Waites
    m. Abigail Gravitt
    m. Elizabeth Doster
Apr 10, 1786 Feb 15, 1872
  1. Prudence MOORE
    m. John Wilson
Jul 18, 1788  
  1. Sarah MOORE
    m. Joseph Whorton
Nov 16, 1790 1848
  1. Jacob MOORE.
    m. Elizabeth Harten
    m. Mary Strawn
Apr 7, 1793  
  1. Elizabeth MOORE
    m. Jeremiah Waite
Mar 22, 1796  
  1. Nancy MOORE
    m. John Waite
Feb 19, 1799  
  1. Daniel B MOORE
    m. Elizabeth Davis
Sep 13, 1801 Oct 11, 1876

died Oct 27, 1844 1,2 Lumpkin Co., Georgia




  SLAUGHTER FAMILY
->->->(26) Robert W Slaughter

born Feb 19, 1799  2
ca 1806  1
Virginia

Father:
Mother:

married Jan 6, 1836 Butts Co., Georgia

Wife: (27)Margaret T Speake
(11 children)

died Feb 19, 1866  2 Cass Co. (now Bartow Co.), GA

- Farmer
- Had five slaves in 1860  3
- Owned over 480 acres of land near Adairsville (District 6, Section 3) as well as interest in the engine house at Adairsville.
Gravestone-"A friend to his country and a believer in Christ."  2

Census Info-Residences:
Cass Co., GA (1840); Division 12, Cass Co., GA (1850); District 856, Cass Co., GA (1860)


->->->(27) Margaret T Speake

born Sep 5, 1815  1 South Carolina

Grandfather  2: (108)Richard Speake
Grandmother: (109)Margaret Tate

married Jan 6, 1836 Butts Co., Georgia

Husband: (26)Robert W Slaughter

Children: born died
  1. Martha J SLAUGHTER
    m. Dr. William Bomar
Mar 22, 1837 Sep 23, 1890
  1. David W SLAUGHTER More Information from NARA Civil War records

    blue eyes, lighter hair, fair complexion 5′ 9"; farmer
    War Between the States- Private
    - Enlisted February 20, 1862 at Cartersville, GA, in Company K, 18th GA Infantry for 3 years

    - Disability discharge dated November 2, 1862 at Richmond, VA
    dischagred from General Hospital, Howard′s Grove, Richmond, VA December 1, 1862 (admitted Nov 4)

    right foot amputated due to gun shot wound

    m. J L Ingram
Oct 15, 1838 May 11, 1876
  1. Martin Bolling SLAUGHTER More Information from NARA Civil War records

    blue eyes, auburn hair, fair complexion, 5′ 6"; farmer, not married, age 21 in March 1861

    War Between the States- Private
    •Enrolled March 18, 1861 at Cartersville, GA in Company E, 36th GA Infantry for 12 months

    •Enlisted April 1862 in Company K, 18th GA Infantry for 3 years
    - Slightly wounded in thigh at engagement at Coal Harbor, VA June 27, 1862
    - Wounded at Battle of Sharpsburg and later died (Sept 18, 1862)

    On November 29, 1862, his father R W Slaughter and a credible witness, John Slater, appeared before a county court clerk in Richmond, VA, to claim arrears due M.B. ($31.60)
ca 1839 Sep 18, 1862
  1. Thomas B SLAUGHTER More Information from NARA Civil War records

    hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5′ 10"

    War Between the States-
    •Enlisted June 28, 1861 at Camp McDonald in Company K, 18th Regmiment, GA Infantry for 3 years
    - Convalenscent, General Hospital, Farmville, VA (Nov 12, 1862 - Dec 22, 1862)
    - Appointed 1st Sargent May 3, 1863

    •Transferred 1863 to Company A, 3rd Battalion, GA Sharp Shooters
    - Appointed 1st Lieutenant June 5, 1863

    •POW
    - Captured April 6, 1865 Sailor′s Creek, VA
    - Sent to Johnson′s Island Prison, Ohio, April 17, 1865
    - Released on oath June 20, 1865

    m. Mattie R Sanders
Mar 1843 after 1920
  1. Virginia SLAUGHTER
    m. T S Hollis
ca 1843  
  1. Edward J SLAUGHTER
    m. Pemiela Hayse
Nov 1845  
  1. Amanda SLAUGHTER
    m. James R Pickard
Jan 9, 1847 Feb 8, 1896
  1. Louisana SLAUGHTER
    m. William M Martin
    m. James R Pickard
Aug 10. 1850 Aug 15, 1927
  1. Missouri SLAUGHTER
    m. James W Hayes
Aug 20, 1851 Feb 12, 1880
  1. Robert W SLAUGHTER
    m. Lola Echols
    m. Cassy Johnson
May 30, 1856 Jan 23, 1930
  1. Imogene SLAUGHTER
    m. Andrew Franklin Roberts
Feb 9, 1856 Nov 24, 1927

died Sep 30, 1896  1  

Richard Speake's 1820 pension documents  2 listed granddaughter Margaret, age 5, as residing with him, and she continued to be a part of the family unitl she married in Butts, GA. Assume parents were no longer living in 1820.

As widow listed as head of household with one or more sons listed as farmers.
In 1880 daughter Imogene, son Robert and his son, and three grandchildren (Hollis) were living with her.

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Subdivision 144, Bartow Co., GA (1870); Adairsville, Bartow Co., GA (1880)



  PASLEY FAMILY
->->->(30) Robert Wesley Pasley

born Jan 10, 1814 1 South Carolina

Father:
Mother:

married Aug 19,1835  1

Wife: Susan C Grymes
(1 child)

married Dec 31, 1840  1 Habersham Co., Georgia

Wife: (31)Elizabeth Wilson
(8 children)

died 1884 Cherokee Co., Georgia

- Farmer

After living in Habersham Co, GA several years the family moved to Arkansas traveling in an old covered wagon. Later they to returned to Cherokee Co., GA. 3

War Between the States2- Private (State Guards)
- Joined July 6, 1863 in Company B (Erwin's Company), 4th Batttalion, Georgia State Guards at Clarksville, GA for 6 months

Census Info-Residences:
Habersham Co., GA (1860); Fork, Habersham Co., GA (1870); Fair Play, Cherokee Co., GA (1880)


->->->(31) Elizabeth Wilson

born 1811 South Carolina

Father:
Mother:

married Dec 31, 1840  1 Habersham Co., Georgia

Husband: (30)Robert W Pasley

Children  1: born died
  1. unknown PASLEY.
    stillborn
May 7, 1841 May 8, 1841
  1. Eliza Jane PASLEY.
    m. E F Byrd
Apr 21, 1842  
  1. Susan Caroline PASLEY.
    m. James E Stephens
Sep 29, 1844 Oct 25, 1898
  1. Mary Ann PASLEY
    m. William M Dixon
Feb 20, 1847 1923
  1. Frances Elizabeth PASLEY
Sep 25, 1849 Sep 25, 1886
  1. Robert Greenberry PASLEY More Excerpts from his Obituary...
    Death came unexpectedly to Robert Greenberry (familiarly known as Uncle Bob) Pasley, 86. ... He was in good health until he was stricken with a paralytic stroke on Monday night after he quit work for the day.
    ...
    He was never a man to seek the spotlight, always preferring to be alone. Most any time in passing his home you would see him sitting in the shade, or on cooler days he would be sitting on the woodpile, in the sunshine, ‘whittling'.
    ...
    For the past forty years he had lived with his sister, Mrs A O Moore.
Oct 18, 1851 Nov 23, 1937
  1. William Joseph PASLEY.
    m. Francis Manervy Abbott
Apr 1, 1854 May 4, 1926
  1. Sara Helen Pasley
    m. Osgood Moore
Mar 25, 1856 Mar 26, 1947

died Mar 1893  1 Cherokee Co., Georgia




   MCCLUNEY FAMILY
->->->->(50) James McCluney

born ca 1783  1 Chester District, South Carolina

Father: (100) William McCluney
Mother: (101) Margaret Johnston

married  

Wife: (51)Mary A Alexander
(7 children)

died Jun 5, 1853  1 York District, South Carolina

- Had fourteen slaves in 1850  2

Census Info-Residences:
York District, SC (1830, 1840); York, York District, SC (1850)


->->->->(51) Mary A Alexander

born Jan 26, 1806  1

Father: (102) Dr. Samuel D Alexander
Mother: (103) Hannah Smith

married  

Husband: (50)James McCluney

Children: born died
  1. James Wesley MCCLUNEY
    m. Mary Susan unknown
    m. Martha Bedderton
Apr 4, 1823 Jul 31, 1900
  1. Laura MCCLUNEY
    m.Andrew J Roberts
Feb 5, 1827 Aug 12, 1855
  1. William MCCLUNEY
    died as infant
Dec 6, 1828 Jan 7, 1829
  1. Samuel Alexander MCCLUNEY
    m. Sarah Amanda Coln
Mar 28, 1830 Jul 16, 1898
  1. Thomas Madison MCCLUNEY
    m. Margaret unknown
Apr 1832 1918
  1. Joseph Franklin MCCLUNEY
ca 1834 1900
  1. James Lafayette MCCLUNEY
May 13, 1836 1910

died May 13, 1836  1 York District, South Carolina



->->->->->(100) William McCluney

born ca 1734  1 Ireland  1

Father:
Mother:

married ca 1772 South Carolina

Wife: (101)Margaret Johnston
(4 children)

died Oct 21, 1833 1,4 Chester County, South Carolina

-Emigrated from County Antrim, Ireland and petitioned for land in South Carolina in November 1772
- Had eight slaves (1820 census)

Revolutionary War 5
South Carolina, Chester County
Reparations paid for
  - horse lost in militia 1778
  - 125 days as a horseman under Col David Hopkins (Aug 14, 1781 - Sept 8, 1782)

Land Records-Residences:
Camden District, SC (1772)  3
Census Info-Residences:
Chester Co., SC (1790); Chester, Chester District, SC (1800, 1810, 1820)

Chester County SC Will dated 1833  2 mentions his wife Margaret, his sons Thomas, James, and William, his daughter Margaret McCright and the slaves (Ruben, Henry, Jacob, Liles, Philas, Hannah, Flora, Marey, Allen, Moses). Probated Dec 23, 1833.


->->->->->(101)Margaret Johnston

born ca 1752

Father:
Mother:

married ca 1772 South Carolina

Husband: (100) William McCluney

Children: born died
  1. Thomas MCCLUNEY
    m. Jane McCool
Aug 20, 1777 May 15, 1855
  1. James MCCLUNEY
    m. Mary A Alexander
1783 Jun 5, 1853
  1. William MCCLUNEY
ca 1787  
  1. Margaret MCCLUNEY
    m. William McCreight
1794 1871

died Jan 7, 1830 Chester County, South Carolina

In 1772 Wiliam McCluney's land was bounded on North by James Johnston’s Land. Was James Johnston Margaret's brother?



   GARRISON FAMILY
->->->->(58) Nehemiah Garrison

born Mar 23, 1776  1 Dan River, Henry Co., Virginia

Father: (116)David Charles Garrison
Mother: (117)Elizabeth Barksdale

married May 23, 1799  1 Greenville Co., South Carolina

Wife: (59)Sarah Evans
(10 children)

died Jul 18, 1862  1 Canton, Cherokee Co., Georgia

- Captain of his Hall County GA Tax District in 1810 (Nehemiah Garrison Tax District)
- Represented Hall County in Georgia Senate  3
- Had ten slaves and 2 slave houses in 1860  4

War of 1812 (The Indian Wars)- Captain
- 4th Regiment of Booth's Georgia Militia;  2
- First Commander of Fort Daniel on Hog Mountain (erected in 1813 to protect the frontier from Indians aroused by the British)  3

Census Info-Residences:
Greenville Co., SC (1800); Hall Co., GA (1820, 1830); District 818, Cherokee Co., GA (1840);
15th District, Cherokee Co., GA (1850); Mullins, Cherokee Co., GA (1860)

Gravestone- "He was born on March 23, 1776 on Dan River Virginia. At an early age with his father he emigrated to Greenville District South Carolina. Was on the 23rd day of May 1799 married to Judge Evans daughter Sally and with her emigrated to Hall County Georgia.
He was one of the first settlers of said county. He served a campaign as captain in the War of 1812. For many years he represented Hall County Georgia in the Senate. In 1839 he removed to Cherokee County Georgia where he resided until his death. For several years he was severely afflicted with pain rendering him entirely helpless which he bore with Christian fortitude and thus he died.
Sleep aged father from all thy earthly toil and suffering. Though thou didst not make an open profession of religion yet we feel to thank God that thou did give us some evidence of thy acceptance with God. Whereby we hope one day to meet thee in heaven."


->->->->(59)Sarah Evans

born June 23, 1783   Surry Co., North Carolina

Father: (118)Philip Evans
Mother: (119)Mary Charles

married May 23, 1799  1 Greenville Co., South Carolina

Husband: (58)Nehemiah Garrison

Children: born died
  1. Mary Barksdale GARRISON
    m. John Dickerson
Dec 1, 1801 Jan 1844
  1. Sevilla Charles GARRISON
    m. Eli McConnell
1804 Nov 27, 1863
  1. John Barstol GARRISON More Information from NARA Civil War records

    War Between the States- Captain (State Guards)
    - Joined July 22, 1863 at Canton in Captain Garrison′s Company of Infantry, Cherokee Legion, GA for 6 months for local defense

    ------------------
    Clerk of Superior Court, Cherokee County (Jan 1862 - Jan 1866)
    Sherman′s troops burned the existing courthouse in 1865, but John saved the records by hiding them in his own home.

    m. Permelia Dugon
Apr 4, 1807 Nov 14, 1894
  1. David E GARRISON More Information from NARA Civil War records

    War Between the States-
    -Private
    • Volunteered May 13, 1862 at Camp McDonald in Captain John P Daniel′s Company, Johnson′s Regmiment, GA Infantry for 3 years
    • April 23, 1863 (Special Order Number 99/21) detailed for duty as Blacksmith reporting to John W. Lewis, Government Contractor (for the supply of railroads) at Cartersville, GA


    m. Nancy Evans
ca 1812 1894
  1. unknown female
1810-1815  
  1. Russell D GARRISON More Information from NARA Civil War records

    blue eyes, black hair, dark complexion, 5′ 9"; blacksmith

    War Between the States- 2 Lieutenant
    • Volunteered March 4, 1862 at Alpharetta in Company C, 42nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry
    - Elected 2 Lieutenant March 4, 1862
    - Detached to guard prisoners from Knoxville Tennessee April 20, 1862 by order of Col R J Henderson
    - Died of disease October 13, 1862 at Knoxville, TN

    On December, 1862, his father-in-law A T Camp presented claim for arrears due Russell. ($434.66 1/3) Camp had charge of Russell′s 14-year old son since Russell′s wife was dead.

    m. Susan Key Camp
Aug 5, 1818 Oct 13, 1862
  1. Nehemiah Judge GARRISON More Information from NARA Civil War records

    War Between the States-
    - Captain
    • September 13, 1861 appointed Captain of Co D, 28th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
      (Requisitions for 16 army tents, 2 wall tents, 67 blankets, 8 camp kettles, 8 water buckets, 8 mess pans, 8 large pans, 7 small pans, 14 tin plates, 70 tin cups, 8 coffee pots, 18 knives and forks, 12 spoons, 1 coffee mill, 1 sifter, 1 spring balance, 6 ovens, 3 axes, 3 hatchets, 2 pick axes, 2 spades, and 5 handles as well as 1 order book, 1 morning report book, 1 clothing book, 1 description book, stationery paper, 10 steel pens, and 2 pen holders)

    - Wounded at Battle of Sharpsburg September 17, 1862
    - Resigned as Captain May 9, 1863 due to an imperfectly united fracture of the left femur as the result of gun shot wound

    - Private (State Guards)
    • Joined July 22, 1863 in Canton Captain John B Garrison′s Company of Infantry, Cherokee Legion, Georga State Guards for 6 months (as Private)
    - Mustered out January 22, 1864 in Rome, GA; excused on account of lameness and being C. T. Tax Accessor

    m. Barbara Jamison
    m. Mary Hammond
Feb 1823 1898
  1. Lucinda Ann GARRISON
    m. unknown McMelon
ca 1822-1824  
  1. Frances I GARRISON
    m. John Keller Moore
Jul 4, 1826 Feb 13, 1917

died Jun 5, 1874  2 Cherokee Co., Georgia

- Called "Sallie"

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Cross Roads, Cherokee Co., GA (1870) with son John Barstol Garrison


->->->->->(116) David Charles Garrison

born 1746 1,2

Father:
Mother:

married ca 1772 North Carolina  1

Wife: (117)Elizabeth Barksdale
(8 children)

died Oct 7, 1838 2,3 Greenville Co., South Carolina

- Lived in Rockingham Co, North Carolina on the Dan River where it crosses back into Virginia (until ca 1784)  3
- Settled on Golden Grove Creek of the Saluda River in Greenville Co., SC  3
- Had thirteen slaves (1830 census)

Revolutionary War-North Carolina  4

Census Info-Residences:
Greenville Co., South Carolina (1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830)


->->->->->(117) Elizabeth Barksdale

born May 30, 1748 1,2 Barksdale Depot, Halifax Co., Virginia

Father:
Mother:

married ca 1772 North Carolina  2

Husband: (116)David Charles Garrison

Children: born died
  1. Charles Gregory GARRISON
    m. Frances R Halbert
Sep 8, 1774 Nov 23, 1864
  1. Nehemiah GARRISON
    m. Sarah Evans
Mar 23, 1776 Jul 18, 1862
  1. Barksdale Durham GARRISON
Jun 20, 1778 Jul 18, 1853
  1. David Charles GARRISON
    m. Mary Tyler Wood
1783 Feb 23, 1853
  1. Mourning Caroline GARRISON
    m. William H Cobb
Mar 1783 Feb 24, 1853
  1. Peter GARRISON
    m. Martha Wood
Jul 22, 1785 May 25, 1825
  1. Elizabeth GARRISON
    m. John M Charles
Jul 29, 1787 Apr 28, 1852
  1. Mary Susannah GARRISON
    m. William M Smith
1789  

died 1811  1 Greenville Co., South Carolina

- Called "Betty"



   ALEXANDER FAMILY
->->->->->(102) Dr. Samuel D Alexander

born Nov 21, 1771  1 Camden Dist., South Carolina

Father: (204)Rev Joseph Alexander
Mother: (205)Esther Davis/Davies

married 1788/1796

Wife: (103)Hannah Smith
(5-6 children)

died 1855  1 Carrolton, Pickens Co, Alabama

- Physician
- Had two slaves (1840 Census)

Census Info-Residences:
York District, South Carolina (1810, 1820); Pickens Co., Alabama (1830, 1840);
Southern District, Pickens Co., Alabama (1850) living with daughter Sarah Bryan


->->->->->(103) Hannah Smith

born Aug 22, 1775  1 Camden Dist., South Carolina

Father: (206)Abraham Smith
Mother: (207)Mary Guyton

married ca 1782

Husband: (102)Samuel Davies Alexander

Children: born died
  1. male
   
  1. Joseph Guyton ALEXANDER
Nov 15, 1799 Dec 14, 1879
  1. Mary Alvira ALEXANDER
    m. James McCluney
Jan 26, 1806 May 13, 1836
  1. John Madison ALEXANDER
1813  
  1. Sarah Selena ALEXANDER
    m. Jesse W Bryan
1820  

died Sep 29, 1849  1 Pickens Co., Alabama



->->->->->->(204) Rev. Joseph Alexander

born Mar 15, 1735  1 Cecil Co., Maryland

Father: (408)Theophilus Alexander
Mother: (409)Catherine Wallace

married 1767  3 Maryland

Wife: (205)Esther Davis/Davies
(9 children)
died July 30, 1809  1 Bullocks Creek, York District., South Carolina

NCPedia Biography of Joseph Alexander
- Clergyman and scholar
- Graduated from Princeton College in 1760
- Licensed by New Castle Presbytery in 1766
- Ordained by Hanover Presbytery Mar 4, 1768 in Buffalo, North Carolina
- First pastor of Bullock's Creek Church in York District, South Carolina
- Pastor of Bullock's Creek Church 1774 - 1801  
- Given Honorary Doctor of Divinity by College of South Carolina in 1807
Obituary - Raleigh Register, August 24, 1809 More DEATH OF REV. JOSEPH ALEXANDER, 1809.
On the 29th ult. in York District, S. C., the Rev. Joseph Alexander, D.D., Minister of the Presbyterian Church, approaching to 80 years of age. He was a native of Pennsylvania , and graduated at Princeton College in 1760. He came to Carolina soon after the Peace of 1763, and was eminently instrumental in planting Churches both in North and South Carolina, at that early period of the settlement of the back country, when both states were in a very destitute condition with respect to religious instruction. He was an excellent classical scholar, and one of the fathers of learning in the Western Woods of Carolina.
    
A History of the Rock Presbyterian Church by Rev. J. H. Johns, Cecil Co. MD (1872) More ... He spent the greater part of his exceedingly useful life teaching and preaching at Bullocks Creek, York District, South Carolina. He was a man of commanding talents, fine education, a very animated, popular preacher, and renowned as a teacher of youth...
During the Revolution he was a fearless patriot, and often preached while the men of his church, armed to the teeth, guarded his life. He married a daughter of President Davies, of Princeton College; was said to be quite small in stature, and lame. He died July 30th, 1809.


Publication: Eight Sermons on Important Subjects; By the Reverend Joseph Alexander, D.D. In the
District of York, South Carolina
(Charleston, 1807).

York County SC Will  2   mentions sons Samuel Davies and George Bladwin; daughters Sarah Barnet Evans, Ediths Walker, Judah Bankhead, Ann Garison, Margaret McJunkin; grandchildren Badwin and Joseph Byres, children of daughter Martha, and Joseph Alexander King, the youngest child of daughter Esther; and two female slaves, one who was named Deina. (probated Aug 10, 1809)


->->->->->->(205) Martha Esther Davies

born 1747 1,2

Father: (410) Rev. Samuel Davies
Mother: (411) Sarah Kirkpatrick

married 1767  2 Maryland

Husband: (204)Joseph Alexander

Children: born died
  1. Samuel Davies ALEXANDER
    m. Hannah Smith 
Nov 21, 1771 1855
  1. Martha ALEXANDER
    m. unknown Byers
   
  1. Esther ALEXANDER
    m. unknown King
   
  1. Sarah ALEXANDER
    m. Joseph Barnett
   
  1. Edith ALEXANDER
    m. Robert S. Walker
   
  1. George Baldwin ALEXANDER
    m. Ann Jane McJunkin
  after 1830
  1. Judah ALEXANDER
    m. unknown Bankhead
   
  1. Ann ALEXANDER
    m. James Garrison
   
  1. Margaret Abigail ALEXANDER
    m. Abner McJunkin
dddd dddd

died Oct 13, 1805  1 York District, South Carolina



->->->->->->->(408)Theophilus Alexander

born Nov 10, 1716  1 Cecil Co., Maryland

Father: (816)James Alexander
Mother: (817)Margaret McKnitt

married 1734  2 Maryland

Wife: (409)Catherine Wallace
(7 children)
died Aug 7, 1768  1 Cecil Co., Maryland

- Served with Colonial Militia troops under Captain Thomas Johnson in Cecil Co, MD (1740).
- Elder of Rock Pressbyterian Church in Cecil Co., MD

Cecil Co, MD Will mentions wife Catherine; sons Joseph and George; and daughters Margaret Cannon, Sophia Sharp, Ann Cannon, Kezia, and Catrine. (probated Aug 19, 1768)


->->->->->->->(409)Catherine Wallace

born 1717  2 Cecil Co., Maryland

Father: (818)Matthew Wallace
Mother: (819)Sarah Alexander

married 1734  2 Maryland

Husband: (408)Theophilus Alexander

Children: born died
  1. Margaret ALEXANDER
    m. John Canon
1733 Oct 8, 1798
  1. Joseph ALEXANDER
    m. Martha Davies
Mar 15, 1735 Jul 30, 1809
  1. Keziah ALEXANDER
1740  
  1. Sophia ALEXANDER
    m. unknown Sharp
1742  
  1. Ann Mary ALEXANDER
    m. unknown Canon
1745  
  1. Catherine ALEXANDER
    m. Ezekiel Sharp
1746  
  1. George ALEXANDER
1750  

died Jul 1775 1 Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina

Soon after husband's death in 1768, Catherine moved to Mecklenburg Co, NC, to join several of her children that had previously moved there.


->->->->->->->->(816) James Alexander

born 1690 Manokin, Somerset Co., Maryland

Father: (1632) Joseph Alexander
Mother: (1633) Jane McKnitt

married 1713  1 Maryland

Wife: (817)Margaret McKnitt
(9 children)
married 1745  1 Maryland

Wife: Abigail McKnitt
(5 children)
died 1779  2 New, Munster, Cecil Co., Maryland

- Farmer (Yeoman)
- Justice of Cecil County under the King (1723-1733)
- Served as Cornet with Colonial Militia troops under Captain Thomas Johnson in Cecil Co, MD (1740).
- Elder and member of New Castle Presbytery

Will  2 : (dated June 17, 1772 and probated May 31, 1779) mentions wife Abigail; sons Josiah, Amos, Ezekiel, Hezekiah, John McNit, and ; daughters Jemima Sharp, Abigail Bradley, Margaret McCoy, Elizabeth Sample; grandsons George (son of Theophilus), James R. (son of Hezekiah), and Amos (son of Amos). Inidcated that owned land in Mecklenburg County, NC in addition to his Cecil Co, MD land


->->->->->->->->(817)Margaret McKnitt

born Dec 26, 1693  1 Somerset Co., Maryland

Father: (1634) John McKnitt
Mother: (1635) Jane Wallace

married 1713  2 Maryland

Husband: (816) James Alexander

Children: born died
  1. Theophilus ALEXANDER
    m. Catherine Wallace
Nov 10, 1716 Aug 7, 1768
  1. Edith ALEXANDER
Jan 10, 1719 bef 1773
  1. Keziah ALEXANDER
    m. Walter Sharpe
Mar 9, 1720 bef 1773
  1. Hezekiah South ALEXANDER
    m. Mary Sample
Jan 13, 1721 Jan 10, 1801
  1. Ezekiel ALEXANDER
Jun 14, 1725 bef 1773
  1. Jemima ALEXANDER
    m. James Sharp
Jan 9, 1726 Sep 1, 1797
  1. Amos ALEXANDER
    m. Sarah Mary Sharp
Jan 13, 1728 May 1, 1780
  1. John McKnitt ALEXANDER
    m. Jean Bane
Jun 6, 1733 Jul 10, 1817
  1. Margaret ALEXANDER
May 6, 1736  

died Jul 31, 1736  3 Cecil Co., Maryland



->->->->->->->->->(1632) Joseph Alexander

born ca 1660 County Donegal, Ireland

Father: probably born in Scotland
Mother:

married 1686 Somerset Co., MD

Wife: (1633) Jane McKnitt
(5 children)
married aft 1714
Wife: Abigail McKnitt
(0 children)
died bef Mar 1730  1 Cecil Co., Maryland

- Referred to as "Joseph the Tanner"
- Joseph and seven brothers sailed from Ireland on "Good Ship Welcome" to Delaware (ca 1676)
- Among the original grantees of land in New Munster, Cecil Co, MD (1714, 1718)
- Buried at Head of Christiana Presbyterian Church in Newark, DE

Cecil Co, MD Will  1 dated Dec 13, 1726 mentions his sons James, Francis; his daughters Sophia, Jane Mackey, Abigail Chapham; son-in-law Elias Alexander (probated Mar 9, 1730)


->->->->->->->->->(1633) Jane McKnitt

born 1667

Father: (3266) John McKnitt
Mother: (3267) Elizabeth Wallace

married 1686 Somerset Co., MD

Husband: (1632) Joseph Alexander

Children: born died
  1. Sophia ALEXANDER
    m. Elias Alexander
1687 aft 1726
  1. Francis ALEXANDER
1689 aft 1781
  1. James ALEXANDER
    m. Margaret McKnitt
1690 May 31, 1779
  1. Jane ALEXANDER
    m. Alexander Mackey
1691  
  1. Abigail ALEXANDER
    m. unknown Chapham
ca 1693 ca 1781

died Dec 23, 1714 Cecil Co., Maryland




   SPEAKE FAMILY
->->->->->(108) Richard Speake

born 1753 Charles Co, MD or Frederick Co, VA

Father: (216)Thomas Speake
Mother: (217)Sarah Lindsey

married  
SC

Wife: (109)Margaret Tate
(7 children)
died 1837 Butts Co., Georgia

- First application for Revolutionary War Pension dated Oct 27, 1818 (Pendleton Dist, SC) 1
- Personal property in 1820: 2 ploughs and their gear, 1 handsaw, 2 iron wedges, 2 maul rings 1
- Resided with son William at Land on Devil's Fork of Generostee, Pendleton Dist., SC in 1820
- Moved to Butts Co, GA in 1827 to be with children1
- Had seven slaves in 1810, none1 in 1820, and four in 1830

Revolutionary War  1 -Private
- Enlisted March or April in 1776 as regular soldier under Captain Francis Boykin of the Third Regiment of theSC Line for term of 15 months;
- Under Colonel William Thompson and later Col. James Mason;
- Battles: Ft. Moultrie, Cowpens, Seige of Ninety-Six, and four other battles of lesser note
- Discharged June 1777 at Eataw Springs and continued in Continental Service an additional nine months
- Served in militia under Capts. John and Thomas Lindsay, Lt Col Lindsay, and Col. Waters (1780-1781)

Census Info-Residences:
Pendleton Dist., SC (1810); Butts Co, GA (1830)


->->->->->(109)Margaret Tate

born 1765  1 probably SC

Father: (218)James Tate
Mother: (219)Ann Unknown

married  

Husband: (108)Richard Speake

Children: born died
  1. William Tate SPEAKE
    m. Margaret unknown
1786 before May 1820
  1. Sarah SPEAKE
    m. Benjamin Nixon
ca 1788 1845
  1. male SPEAKE
1785-1794 after 1810
  1. Anne Campbell SPEAKE
    m. John S. Sherrer
ca 1794  
  1. Margaret SPEAKE
    m. Jesse Jolly
1798 before 1860
  1. George Tate SPEAKE
    m. Martha P Giles
ca 1800 after 1870
  1. Richard SPEAKE
    m. Jane unknown
ca 1803 before 1870
Grandchildren living with family  1 : born died
  1. Margaret SPEAKE
    m. Robert W Slaughter
Sep 15, 1815 Sep 30, 1896

died 1838 Butts Co., Georgia

1820  1 pension documents list granddaughter Margaret, age 5, as part of the familyl of five.
1830 Butts Co, GA Census for Richard Speake includes one female 15-20 (Margaret would have been 15.)


->->->->->->(216)Thomas Speake

born ca 1718 Charles Co., Maryland

Father: (432)Richard Speake
Mother: (433)Theodosia Wade

married  

Wife: (217)Sarah Lindsey
(5 children)
died aft 1770 Frederick Co, VA

- Various Land Grants in Frederick Co, VA (1757, 1762, 1779)  1
- Sold all land in Charles Co, MD willed to him by his father to Richard Speake in 1769  2

French and Indian War  3   (Frederick Co VA Militia)
- Lieutenant (Mar 3, 1757)
- Captain (Aug 2, 1757)

Rent Rolls-Residences:
Frederick Co, VA (1759)


->->->->->->(217)Sarah Lindsey

born ca 1733 Charles Co, MD or Frederick Co, VA

Father: (434)John Lindsey
Mother: (435)Elce Unknown

married  

Husband: (216)Thomas Speake

Children: born died
  1. Richard SPEAKE
    m. Margaret Tate
1753 1837
  1. John SPEAKE
    m. Sarah Smith
1755 1774
  1. George SPEAKE
    m. Sarah Jeffries
1756  
  1. Hezekiah SPEAKE
1758  
  1. Sarah SPEAKE
    m. Issac Pennington Cannon
Feb 9, 1766 Sep 24, 1840

died after 1790 Newberry Co, South Carolina

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Newberry Co, SC (1790)

->->->->->->->(432)Richard Speake

born ca 1698 Charles Co, Maryland

Father: (864)John Speake
Mother: (865)Winifred Wheeler

married 1717 Charles Co, Maryland

Wife: (433)Theodosia Wade
(13 children)
died 1749  1 Charles Co., Maryland

- Planter

Rent Rolls 2
Charles Co, MD, Chicamuxen Hundred (1724, 1726, 1729, 1731, 1732, 1742)

Charles Co, MD Will  1 mentions his wife Theodotia; his sons Thomas, John, Hezekiah, Richard, George, William, Joseph Hanson, and Francis; his daughters Mary, Theodotia, Elizabeth, Winifred, and Jane; as well as named slaves - men: Joseph, Amblus, Jack; girls: Fillis, Peg, Bess; boys: James, Henry; and Dick, Sarah, Lucey, Sam
(probated May 30, 1749)


->->->->->->->(433)Theodosia Wade

born ca 1700 Charles Co, Maryland

Father: (866)Richard Wade
Mother: (867)Ann or Mary Glover

married 1717 Charles Co, Maryland

Husband: (432)Richard Speake

Children 1,3 born died
  1. Thomas SPEAKE
    m. Sarah Lindsey
ca 1718 aft 1770
  1. John SPEAKE
    m. Eleanor Unknown
1720 bef Nov 1775
  1. Mary Anne SPEAKE
1722 aft 1749
  1. Winifred SPEAKE
    m. Pryor Smallwood
    m. Walter Bayne
1722 bef Dec 1782
  1. Theodosia SPEAKE
    m. James Maddox
1724 bef Sep 1778
  1. Elizabeth SPEAKE
1726 aft 1749
  1. Hezekiah SPEAKE
    m. Elizabeth Wood
    m. Theodosia Barnes
1727 bef Sep 1771
  1. Richard SPEAKE
    m. Henrietta Barnes
1732 bef Nov 1779
  1. Geroge SPEAKE
    m. Mary Barnes
1735 1762
  1. Jane SPEAKE
    m. Matthew Garner
1736 aft 1800
  1. William SPEAKE
    m. Mary Haislip
    m. Sarah Shoebridge
1740 Jun 14, 1831
  1. Joseph Hanson SPEAKE
    m. Cordelia Speake
1745 bef Jun 1795
  1. Francis SPEAKE
    m. Margaret Massey
1747 1802

died bef May 1758 Charles Co, Maryland

Charles Co, MD Will  2 mentions youngest four children Jane, William, Joseph, and Francis; as well as named slaves- man: Dick; women: Sue, Sarah, Low; girl: Nell; boys:Ben, Leonard, Jesse;
(probated May 5, 1759)


->->->->->->->->(864)John Speake

born 1655 S.t Mary's Co., Maryland

Father: (1728)Thomas Speake
Mother: (1729)Elizabeth Bowling

married Aug 11, 1685 Charles Co, Maryland

Wife: (865)Winifred Wheeler
(5 children)
married aft Jan, 1728 Charles Co, Maryland

Wife: Mary Goodrick Anderson Semmes
(0 children)

died bef 1732 Charles Co., Maryland

-Innholder  1
   owned lot and dwelling houses in Charles Town, Charles Co, MD
-Gentleman
   owned other tracts of land in Charles Co - Plymouth, Reserve

Charles Co, MD Will  1 mentions his wife Mary; sons John, Richard, and Thomas; daughter Jane, wife of Edward Maddocke; and grandson John, son of Thomas Speake;
(probated Jan 1, 1732)


->->->->->->->->(865)Winifred Wheeler

born Mar 1663 Charles Co, Maryland

Father: (1730)John Wheeler
Mother: (1731)Mary Causin

married bef Aug 1685 Charles Co, Maryland

Husband: (864)John Speake

Children: born died
  1. John SPEAKE
    m. Elizabeth Unknown
1685 after 1743
  1. Thomas SPEAKE.
    m. Jane Maddox
1693 1766
  1. Richard SPEAKE
    m. Theodosia Wade
1698 before 1749
  1. Jane SPEAKE
    m. Edward Maddox
1700 after 1773

died aft 1727 Charles Co, Maryland



->->->->->->->->->(1728)Thomas Speake

born ca 1634 Lancashire, England

Father:
Mother:

married bef Nov 3, 1663 St. Mary's Co, Maryland

Wife: (1729)Elizabeth Bowling
(2 children)
died bef Aug 1681 St. Mary's Co, Maryland

St. Mary's Co, MD Will  1 mentions his wife Elizabeth and son John; Executor is brother-in-law James Bowling, who is to care for other child or testator
(probated Aug 6, 1681)


->->->->->->->->(1729)Elizabeth Bowling

born ca 1635 Lancashire, England

Father:
Mother:
married bef Nov 1663 St. Mary's Co, Maryland

Husband: (1728)Thomas Speake

Children: born died
  1. John SPEAKE
    m. Winifred Wheeler
1665 before 1732
  1. Bowling SPEAKE
    m. Mary Benson
ca 1673 1750

died before May 1692 St. Mary's Co, Maryland

At least two of Elizabeth's siblings, James amd Thomas, also immigrated to St. Mary's Co, MD. 1



   EVANS FAMILY
->->->->->(118) Philip Evans

born Jun 17, 1759  1 Rowan Co., North Carolina

Father: (236)Thomas Evans
Mother: (237)Ann unknown

married 1782 Surry Co., North Carolina

Wife: (119)Mary Charles
(9 children)
married aft 1804 South Carolina

Wife: Nancy H Hudson
(6 children)
married ca 1837 South Carolina

Wife: Levica unknown
(0 children)
married Nov 11, 1838  1 Anderson Co., South Carolina

Wife: Grace King Holland
(0 children)
died bef Jun 1849  2 Golden Grove, Anderson Co., South Carolina

- Picked up title of "Judge" in South Carolina
- Had forty-four slaves (1830 census) and twenty-one slaves (1840 census)

Revolutionary War  1 --Private
- Enlisted in Surry, NC on September 10, 1778 (age 18 yrs) for six months under Capt Henry Smith attached to the Regiment of Col Francis Locke in Gen Rutherford's Brigade without being in any engagement
- Recieved discharge at Turkey Hill, South Carolina from Col Locke April 10, 1779
- Volunteered in Surry, NC for three months in August 1780 under Capt Minor Smith, Major James Winston in the regiment of Col Benjamin Cleveland; received a severe injury by a fall from his horse which disqualified him from immediate active service and prevented him from being engaged in the Battle of Kings Mountain
- Volunteered in Surry, NC for six months in December 1780 under Capt Samuel Hampton that joined with the force commanded by Gen Morgan in Spartanburg Dist, SC
- Battles: Battle of Cowpens (1781) 
- Service amounted to eighteen months

Greenville Co, SC Will:  3 left plantation and half his stock to his youngest son William H Evans ; balance of estate to be sold to pay debts and any surplus to be divided equally between son Israel C. Evans and daughter Elizabeth McNeel; mentioned his wife and her heirs and his grandson W E Dean;
left $100 to daughter Zilpha Hiatt; left $20 each to daughters: Sally, Louisiana, Matilda, Nancy, and Rebecca Dickerson, to son John Evans, and to grandson O.T. Dean; left $10 each to widows of sons Thomas and Martin and to their children;
Mentioned slaves: Phillie and her two children; Ailen and Emaline; Hannah and little Rose; Jasper, Jasper, Eliza, Peter, Maria, Jack ,and James. (Probated July 13, 1849)

Census Info-Residences:
Winston District, Surry Co., North Carolina (1786); Greenville Co., South Carolina (1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840)


->->->->->(119) Mary Charles

born ca 1762 Rowan Co., North Carolina or Carolina Co., Virginia

Father: (238)James Charles
Mother: (239)Sarah Halbert

married ca 1782 Surry Co., North Carolina

Husband: (118)Philip Evans

Children  1 : born died
  1. Sarah EVANS
    m. Nehemiah Garrison
Jun 23, 1783 Jan 3, 1874
  1. Thomas EVANS
    m. Elizabeth Halbert
Oct 13, 1785 Sep 13, 1834
  1. Martin EVANS
    m. Sarah Dickerson
Feb 15, 1788 1840
  1. Francis EVANS
Aug 11, 1790  
  1. Elizabeth EVANS
    m. Daniel McNeil
Nov 1, 1792 aft 1843
  1. John Isadore EVANS
    m. Sarah McNeil
Aug 1, 1795 Jul 28, 1860
  1. Israel Charles EVANS
    m.Sarah unknown
Mar 18, 1798 aft 1843
  1. Rebecca Crutcher EVANS
    m. Nelson Dickerson
Jul 8, 1800 1880
  1. Zilpa Charles EVANS
    m. Isaac Hiatt
Jan 26, 1803 aft 1870

died ca 1803 Greenville Co., South Carolina



->->->->->->(236)Thomas Evans

born ca 1738 North Carolina

Father: (572)Nicholas Evans
Mother: (573)Ealee unknown

married ca 1755 Rowan Co., North Carolina

Wife: (237)Ann unknown
(5 children)
died before Dec 1799 Stokes Co., North Carolina

- Owned land on the waters of Town Fork on Dan River; land adjoined that of James Charles and the Moravian Line(1779)
- Lieutenant in Rowan County North Carolina militia to defend the area against Indian attack (1759) (2 Thomas Evans in Rowan County in 1759.)

Revolutionary War  1 -- Captain (Surry County militia)
Battle: Richmond Town #2
(The other NC Captain Thomas Evans was from Halifax and was in the Continental Line. There was also a private Thomas Evans from Rowan.)

Census Info-Residences:
Rowan Co., North Carolina (1759), Surry Co., North Carolina (1771, 1772), Winston District, Surry Co., North Carolina (1786)


->->->->->->(237)Ann unknown

born ca 1738

Father:
Mother:

married ca 1755 Rowan Co., North Carolina

Husband: (236)Thomas Evans

Children: 1,2 born died
  1. Edward EVANS
    m. Martha Hampton
ca 1755 Mar 1800
  1. Philip EVANS
    m. Mary Charles
    m. Nancy Hudson
    m. Levica unknown
    m. Grace King Holland
Jun 17, 1759 Jun 19, 1849
  1. John EVANS
    m. Lois McAnally
Nov 18, 1763 aft 1842
  1. Daniel EVANS
    m. Ann Flynt
1768 aft 1842
  1. Rebecca EVANS
    m. Charles Banner
Aug 13, 1776 May 4, 1856

died 1784 Stokes Co., North Carolina




   SMITH FAMILY
->->->->->->(206)Abraham Smith

born ca 1748
Father: (412)Henry Smith
Mother: (413)Amelia Hampton

married Sep 5, 1774

Wife: (207)Mary Guyton
(9 children)
died bef Jun 1806 Union District, South Carolina

- Owned land in Union District and York District, South Carolina

Union Co SC Will  1 mentions wife Molly; sons John, Henry, Joseph, Daniel, and Moses; daughters Polly Humphries, Hannah Alexander, Sally, and Kattey; grandchildren Polly Alexander and Abraham Alexander; as well as slaves named- Rachel, Winney, Sarah, Henry, Tom, Nedd, Jude, Nancy, Patt, Hannah, Renne, Kate, London, Pompey, Mark, Jacob, Charles, Dave, Arnold, Sam, Faun, Chloe. (proven Jun 14, 1806)

Census and Reconstructed Census Info-Residences:
Camden District, South Carolina (1778), York District, South Carolina (1788), Union District, North Carolina (1790 Census)


->->->->->->(207)Mary Guyton

born 1757
Father: (414)Joseph Guyton  1
Mother: (415)Hannah unknown

married bef 1773
Husband: (206)Abraham Smith

Children  2 : born died
  1. John SMITH
ca 1773  
  1. Hannah SMITH
    m. Samuel Davies Alexander
Aug 22, 1775 Sep 29, 1849
  1. Henry SMITH
    m. Ann Jeffries
Aug 7, 1778 Jun 28, 1838
  1. Daniel SMITH
    m. Sarah Jeffries
Jul 25, 1779 Jul 10, 1831
  1. Joseph SMITH
ca 1781  
  1. Moses SMITH
ca 1785  
  1. Mary (Polly) SMITH
Oct 14, 1786 May 4, 1865
  1. Catherine SMITH.
ca 1787  
  1. Sarah (Sally) SMITH
    m. Robert Foster
ca 1790 ca 1840

died Feb 16, 1831 Pickens Co, Alabama

- Called "Molly"
- Went to Pickens Co, AL in 1826 with Samuel and Hannah (her daughter) Alexander



   CHARLES FAMILY
->->->->->->(238) James Charles

born ca 1732 Essex Co., Virginia

Father: (476)Oliver Joel Charles
Mother:

married bef 1754

Wife: (239)Sarah Halbert
(10 children)
died bef May 1781 Surry Co., North Carolina

- Residing in Caroline County, North Carolina (1757) when wife Sarah sold property she had inherited from her Great Grandfather
- Owned land in Surry County, North Carolina including 600 acre tract on Panther Creek and the Moravian Line (1779)

Surry Co NC Will  1 mentions wife Sarah and nine children: Oliver Charles, Mary Charles, Frances Charles, Joel Charles, Martha Charles, Sarah Charles, Nancy Charles, Israel Charles, John Charles (dated Dec 5, 1777; probated May Court 1781)
Inventory (Aug 1781) mentions negros David, Adam, Alec, Jacob, and Ben.

Tax Lists-Residences:
Rowan County, North Carolina (1768), Surry County, North Carolina (1771, 1772, 1779)


->->->->->->(239)Sarah Halbert

born ca 1734 Essex Co., Virginia

Father: (478)Joel Halbert
Mother: (479)Mary Biswell

married bef 1754
Husband: (238)James Charles

Children:  1 born died
  1. Oliver CHARLES
    m. Elizabeth Heath
ca 1762 1827
  1. Mary CHARLES
    m. Philip Evans
ca 1764 ca 1803
  1. Joel CHARLES
    m. Mary Blackburn Oliver
ca 1768 Jun 9, 1843
  1. Frances CHARLES
    m. Obadiah Wood
bef 1770 bef 1820
  1. Martha CHARLES
    m. William Wilson
ca 1772  
  1. Nancy CHARLES
    m. William W Smith
May 17, 1773 Aug 21, 1853
  1. Sarah CHARLES
    m. Samuel Ware
ca 1774  
  1. Isreal CHARLES
ca 1776 ca 1803
  1. John M CHARLES
    m. Elizabeth Garrison
Oct 4, 1777 Oct 14, 1848
  1. Zelphia CHARLES
ca 1780  

died ca 1796 Greenville Co., South Carolina

- Residing in Caroline County, North Carolina (1757) when Sarah, wife of James Charles, sold property she had inherited from her Great Grandfather
- Had five slaves (1790 census)

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Winston District, Surry Co., North Carolina (1786); Greenville Co., South Carolina (1790)



   HALBERT FAMILY
->->->->->->->(478) Joel Halbert

born ca 1712 Essex Co., Virginia

Father: (956)William Halbert
Mother: (957)Mary unknown

married 1733 Essex Co., Virginia

Wife: (479)Mary Biswell
(2 children)
married 1740 Essex Co., Virginia

Wife: Frances Elizabeth Jones
(6 children)
died ca 1762 Caroline Co., Virginia



->->->->->->->(479)Mary Biswell

born 1713 Essex Co., Virginia

Father: (958)Jeremiah Biswell
Mother: (959)Anne or Mary Cook

married 1733 Essex Co., Virginia

Husband: (478)Joel Halbert

Children: born died
  1. Sarah HALBERT
    m. James Charles
ca 1734 ca 1796
  1. Mary HALBERT
    m. William Kidd
ca 1739 1802

died bef 1740 Essex Co., Virginia

- 1754 Essex County Bond refers to the two daughters of Joel Halbert - Sarah, wife of James Charles, and Mary; neither are of age, i.e. 21 years old


->->->->->->->->(956) Willaim Halbert

born ca 1681 Wales

Father:
Mother:

married 1709 Essex Co., Virginia

Wife: (957)Mary (Cook) Wood
(2 children)
died bef Oct 1718 Caret, Essex Co., Virginia

Will not probated until February 1733.


->->->->->->->->(957)Mary Cook

born ca 1684 Old Rappahannock Co., Virginia

Father:
Mother:

married bef 1708 Virginia

Husband: Thomas Wood
      (1 child)
married 1709 Essex Co., Virginia

Husband: (956)William Halbert

Children: born died
  1. Joel HALBERT
    m. Mary Biswell
    m. Frances E Jones
ca 1712 ca 1762
  1. William HALBERT
ca 1716 bef Apr 1761

married aft 1718 Virginia

Husband: William Taylor
     (0 children)
died bef June 1737 Essex Co., Virginia

Essex Co VA Will  1 mentions her daughter Elizabeth (Wood) Heeley; sons Joel Halbert and William Halbert; granddaughters Sarah Halbert and Molly Heeley; grandson Thomas Heeley;



   BISWELL FAMILY
->->->->->->->->(958) Jeremiah Biswell

born ca 1680

Father:
Mother:

married bef Feb 1706 Essex Co., Virginia

Wife: (959)Mary Cooke  1
(2 children)
married ca 1722 Essex Co., Virginia

Wife: Anne (Sallis Meades) Ayres
(0 children)
died bef 1732 Essex Co., Virginia



->->->->->->->->(959)Mary Cooke

born ca 1684 Old Rappahannock Co., Virginia

Father: (1914)John Cooke
Mother: (1915)Susanna Pell

married ca 1700 Essex Co., Virginia

Husband: David Jenkins
    (0 children)
married bef Feb 1706 Essex Co., Virginia

Husband: (958)Jeremiah Biswell

Children: born died
  1. Mary BISWELL
    m. Joel Halbert
ca 1713 bef 1740

died before 1722 Essex Co., Virginia




   COOK FAMILY
->->->->->->->->->(1914) John Cooke

born ca 1664 Old Rappahannock Co., Virginia

Father:
Mother:

married aft Sep 1677

Wife: (1915)Susanna Pell
(5 children)
died bef Jun 1727 St. Anne's Parish, Essex Co., Virginia

- Planter(plantation of 159 acres)

Essex Co VA Will  1 mentions wife Susanna; sons John Cook, Thomas Cook, ; daughters Hannah Motley (wife of William Mottley); granddaughter Mary Bissell; as well as negros Roger, Bachus, Jack, Doll, and Dinah;


->->->->->->->->->(1915)Susanna Pell

born ca 1663 Old Rappahannock Co., Virginia

Father: (3830)Timothy Pell
Mother: (3831)Alice unknown

married aft Sep 1677 Old Rappahannock Co., Virginia

Husband: (1914)John Cooke

Children: born died
  1. Hannah COOKE
    m. William Motley
ca 1683  
  1. David Jenkins
    m. David Jenkins
    m. Jeremiah Biswell
ca 1684 bef 1722
  1. John COOKE
ca 1687 bef 1733
  1. William COOKE
ca 1689 bef 1733
  1. Thomas COOKE
ca 1696 bef 1733

died ca 1731 St. Anne's Parish, Essex Co., Virginia

- In 1728 after husband's death Susanna and her son John conveyed unto her son Wiliam 222 acres on which William then resided. (Land had been inherited from her father.)



   ADDITIONAL SPOUSES
  Catherine Jane Agnew

born Feb 12, 1839  1 Chester Co., South Carolina

Father: George Agnew>
Mother: Jane White

married Mar 26, 1856 South Carolina

Husband: (24)Andrew Jackson Roberts

Children: born died
  1. William P ROBERTS
    died as child
ca 1858 bef 1870
  1. Margaret Jane ROBERTS
    m. William S Wilkes
Apr 6, 1860 Feb 13, 1955
  1. Alginer Walker ROBERTS
    m. Mary Alice "Marnie" Leath
Feb 29, 1868 Feb 16, 1953
  1. David M ROBERTS
    m. Lonnie Ann Moore
Dec 24, 1871 Dec 21, 1945
  1. Cora A ROBERTS
    m. Joseph Higginbotham
Aug 14, 1872 Aug 16, 1959
  1. Plen W "Pliny" ROBERTS
    m. Winnie L Unknown
Nov 11, 1875 Oct 10, 1956
  1. Sidney "Johnsey" ROBERTS
Sep 1878  
  1. Pearl K ROBERTS
    m. William D Duke
Nov 10, 1882 Dec 25, 1958

died Jun 25, 1929  1 Valley Head, DeKalb Co., Alabama

Census Info-Residences (as widow):
Bloomington, Greer Co., Oklahoma (1910) with son-in-law Joseph Higginbotham;
Valley Head, DeKalb Co., Alabama (1920) with oldest daughter Maggie J Wilkes


  Abigail Gravitt

born ca 1790

Father: Charles Gravitt
Mother: Diannah unknown

married May 10, 1822 Hall Co., Georgia

Husband: (56)Moren Moore

Children1: born died
  1. Elvira MOORE
ca 1822  
  1. Emily MOORE
    m. William M Wofford
ca 1823  
  1. M MOORE (female)
ca 1825  
  1. M MOORE (female)
ca 1827  
  1. William Nehemiah MOORE
    m. Mouren Coker
    m. Lucinda Coker
Nov 7, 1829 Apr 27, 1908
  1. Prudence MOORE
    m. Hosea Doster
Dec 11, 1832 Jul 3, 1908
  1. David C MOORE
    m. Sarah unknown
1835 aft 1880
  1. Malachi MOORE
ca 1839  
  1. Daniel B MOORE
ca 1841  
  1. Caledonia MOORE
    m. John Franklin McEver
Aug 26, 1844 Jan 3, 1919
  1. (Freling) Huyser MOORE
1844 afte May 1865
  1. Thomas MOORE
ca 1846  

died 1846  



  Susan C Grymes

born  
Father:
Mother:

married Aug 19, 1835 1

Husband: (30)Robert W Pasley

Children: born died
  1. Margaret E Pasley
    m. died as child
Jul 12, 1836 Jul 23, 1938

died Jul 25, 1838  1  

- Died two days after her two-year-old daughter


  Nancy H Hudson

born Apr 13, 1782 Greenville Co., South Carolina

Father: Abraham Hudson
Mother: Elizabeth Tyler

married ca 1804 South Carolina

Husband: (119)Philip Evans

Children: born died
  1. Malinda EVANS
    m. Aaron Holland
Jun 28, 1805  
  1. Louisa Ann EVANS
    m. William B Garrison
May 29, 1807 Dec 24, 1869
  1. Lucinda EVANS
    m. Charles P Dean
Aug 23, 1809 bef Dec 1843
  1. Caroline Matilda EVANS
    m.
Oct 17, 1811 Sep 28, 1878
  1. William Hudson EVANS
    m. Ann Savilla Matthews Loor
Feb 13, 1815 Nov 3, 1887
  1. Nancy Wyles EVANS
    m. Matthias Richardson
Dec 26, 1818 Feb 7, 1861

died Nov 17, 1835 Greenville Co., South Carolina



  Frances Elizabeth Jones

born ca 1715 Virginia

Father:
Mother:

married ca 1740 Essex Co., Virginia

Husband: (478)Joel Halbert

Children: born died
  1. John N HALBERT
    m. Margaret Hampton
1741 bef 1821
  1. Hannah Elizabeth HALBERT
    m. Rev William Hill
Sep 17, 1742 aft 1811
  1. William Anson HALBERT
    m. Elizabeth Hill
Oct 14, 1744 Dec 28, 1808
  1. Martha HALBERT
    m. Robert Hill
ca 1747 Sep 20, 1833
  1. Joel HALBERT
    m. MArtha Williams
ca 1749 Nov 12, 1818
  1. Frances Jones HALBERT
    m. Ambrose Blackburn
ca 1751 1843

died 1780  



  Thomas Wood

born  
Father:
Mother:

married bef 1708 Virginia

Wife: (957)Mary Cook

Children: born died
  1. Elizabeth WOOD
    m. Thomas Heeley
ca 1708 aft 1737

died ca 1709 Essex Co., Virginia



  Abigail McKnitt

born 1700 Maryland

Father: (1634) John McKnitt
Mother: (1635) Jane Wallace

married 1745 Maryland

Husband: (816) James Alexander

Children: born died
  1. Elizabeth ALEXANDER
    m. Aaron Holland
Nov 17, 1746 Aug 1, 1822
  1. Abigail ALEXANDER
    m. Francis Bradley
May 4, 1748 Sep 23, 1817
  1. Margaret ALEXANDER
Apr 30, 1750  
  1. Josiah ALEXANDER
    m. Elizabeth unknown
Aug 3, 1752 Jul 14, 1818
  1. Ezekiel ALEXANDER
Oct 21, 1754  

died aft 1799  



 


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