Monday, November 30, 2009

Bell 42 Thomas-Simmons

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42. John Thomas & 43.Fereba Simmons {Lowndes Co. MS}

Bet. 1771-1777, John born in SC, s/o 84. Robert Thomas & 85. Martha Hanna.
9/2/1788, Fereba born in GA. [Possibly of John Simmons of Franklin Co., GA.]
3/21/1798, “Know all men by these presents, that I, John Thomas, of Spartanburg and State aforesaid, for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars, to him in hand paid by Moses Foster, of the said county and State, have granted, bargained, sold and released, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and release unto the said Moses Foster a certain parcel or tract of land lying in Spartanburg County on the north side of Fairforest, bounded as follows: Beginning at a black oak on the west side of Rich Hill and a branch called Long Branch—running thence N.70, E.52 chains and fifty links—containing four hundred acres, more or less,” … /s/ John Thomas, /s/ Shands Golightly, /s/ Martha Golightly. /s/ James Smith, /s/ John Foster /s/ M. Louvina Smith. [See entry for his mother on 4/9/1798 for her release of dower on this land.]
~1810, John married Fereba.
4/18/1811, John given “one cow & calf over & above what he has received already, as his full dividend” in his grandfather John Thomas’ will.
1/31/1814, John, son of Robert, given in the will of his uncle William D Thomas, “title to a piece of land to complete a mill seat and room, at and about a mill he is about building.” [In Greenville Co., SC.]
1818–1821, they moved to AL. (S) Birth places of children.
(S) 1830 Census, AL, Dallas Co.: John Thomas. [The census data is a perfect match to the family.]
1831, John Thomas is living in Greene Co., AL. [Halfway between Dallas Co., AL and Lowndes Co., MS.] (S) AL 1831-1839 Decennary Census Index, by Jackson, 1983, P148.
2/1/1832, John purchased 160.03 acres in LownCo., MS, Huntsville, NE, S21,17S,17W. (S) GLO Record.
(S) 1834-1836 LownCo., MS Tax Rolls. John Thomas.
(S) 1837 LownCo. Tax Rolls. John Thomas, 160 acres, “Yellow Cr.”.
(S) 1838 LownCo. Tax Rolls. John Thomas, 160 acres, “Yellow Cr.”.
12/24/1838, “Thomas”, 53 slaves. (S) Slave Owners Ledger, 1837-1842, Billups-Garth Archives, Columbus Pub. Lib.
3/6/1839, in LownCo., John wrote his will. He named Ferebe as executrix. He made it clear that he did not like Edwin Austin, husband of his daughter Jane. (S) Hempstead Co., WB-C, PP79-82. The wills were register in Lowndes Co., MS, and in 1856 in Hempstead Co., AR. Most of the children had moved to Hempstead Co. The Lowndes Co. copies were lost in a court-house fire. [At this time John either died, or became infirm; but his will would not be probated until 1855.]
(S) 1839 LownCo. Tax Roll. Mrs Phuriba Thomas, 320 acres, “Yellow Cr.”. This is near William Kidd ( 44), and William Ward ( 46).
1840, (S) 1840 Census, MS, LownCo. Fereby has many family members living with her.
(S) 1840 LownCo. Tax Roll. “Mrs Phuriba” Thomas, 160 acres.
8/26/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, LownCo. Fereba has a personal estate valued at $5000. Her daughters Jane Austin & Martha Loftis, youngest children Abraham, Frank & Margaret, and grandchildren Virginia Loftis and Sarah Austin all live with her.
12/2/1851, Fereba named as sole heir of her son Samuel in his will.
1/4/1855, Ferebe wrote her will. (S) Hempstead Co., AR, WB-C, PP74-76.
6/26/1855 Fereba died; buried in Nashville Cem., Nashville, Howard Co., AR. (S) Gravestone.
9/22/1855, the will of John was put into probate in Lowndes Co. [Later filed in Hempstead Co., AR 1/14/1856.]
7/10/1855, Ferebe’s will probated.
(S) Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Vol. 2, No. 5, May 2005, P18.

Family notes:
• Note that all the children appear to be named after family ancestors.
• “State of South Carolina, Spartanburg County. I, Isham Harrison, one of the Judges of the county aforesaid, do hereby certify unto all whom it may concern that Martha [Hanna-Thomas] Golightly, mother to the within named John Thomas [42], did this day appear before me … [releases her dower on the land purchased by her former husband] … to Moses Foster … 4/9/1798”. (S) Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, V2, No.5, P18.

Children of John and Fereba:

i. Jane Black Thomas, born ~1812 in SC.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, f:10<15.
Jane 1st married ? Christian.
7/7/1836 in AL Jane married 2nd Edwin K Austin. (S) LownCo., MB2, P33.
3/6/1839, “Jane Christian Austin” named in the will of her father. Her portion, other than $5.00 cash, was to be put into a trust for her and her children until the death of Edwin.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, f:20<30. Single, divorced.
No.43:(S) 1850 Census. Single.
Bef. 1/4/1855, Jane died in Hempstead Co., AR. (S) Will of her mother.
Children of ?:
Catherine Rosetty Christian, born 1/1830 in AL.
~1847 she married Larkin O Perkins; 1823-1853; buried in Vaughn Cem., Lowndes Co., MS.
6/3/1855 in AR she married Ruben McElroy.
William Leonidas Christian, born 4/1832 in AL.
~1866 he married Ann Eliza Sanders, born in AR.
Aft. 6/7/1900 he died.
Children of Edwin:
Sarah Francis Austin, born 5/25/1837 in MS. No.43:(S) 1850 Census.
9/30/1852 she married William Carroll Sanders, born 6/4/1827 in TN.
8/20/1918 she died; buried in Sweetwater, TX.

ii. Mary Ann Thomas ( 21), born ~1813 in SC.

iii. Martha Hanna Thomas, born 1/22/1816 in SC.
7/16/1834, Martha married Richard L Loftis (s/o 40), brother of Powell (20). (S) LownCo., MB1, P142.
Bef 5/10/1847, Richard died. [see Richard for additional info.]
No.43:(S) 1850 Census. A widow.
12/2/1851, Martha, “widow of Richard Loftis”, received a payment in the will of her brother Samuel.
1/4/1855, Martha named as an heir in the will of her mother.
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Hempstead Co., Nashville. She lives with her brother Francis.
6/8/1880, (S) 1880 Census, AR, Howard Co., Nashville. Martha lives with her sister Margaret and her large family.
~1891 Martha died.
Children:
Virginia Margaret Loftis, born ~1836. No.43:(S) 1850 Census.
~1852 she died in LownCo., MS; burial in Vaughn Cem.
Phoebe S Loftis, born ? in MS.
Richard F Loftis Jr., born ? in MS.

iv. William Davis Thomas, born 1818 in SC.
[Named after a granduncle.]
Bef. 3/6/1839 William died in LownCo., MS; burial in Vaughn Cem.

v. John Simmons Thomas, born 1821 in AL.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, m:5<10.
3/6/1839, John named as a minor in the will of his father.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, m:15<20.
9/22/1846 John married Mary Ann Thompson, born 1826 in MS. (S) LownCo., MB3, P53.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, LownCo. He is married to Mary and living with her father and siblings. The have one son, Samuel. John’s brother Samuel also lives with the family.
11/15/1850, (S) 1850 Slave Schedule, MS, LownCo. John owns 6 slaves: 4 male, 2 female.
1851, John wrote his will and named his brother Abram administrator in his will. (S) Lowndes Co.Court Rcds., Columbus Libr., MS. Mary left all of her father’s estate they had received. He left his son Samuel all of his estate received from his father. Brothers and sisters named: Samuel S Thomas, Robert P Thomas, Abram D Thomas, Francis M Thomas, Margaret M McCown.
Bef. 4/9/1851 John died in LownCo., MS; burial in Vaughn Cem. (S) Estate papers in Columbus, MS Libr.
Children:
Samuel R Thomas, born 1849 in LownCo., MS. (S) 1850 Census.
4/9/1851, Samuel, as a minor, named in the will of his uncle John S Thomas.
1854 he died as a child; buried in Vaugh Cem.

vi. Samuel Simmons Thomas, born 1823 in AL.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, m:5<10.
3/6/1839, “Samuel S” named as a minor in the will of his father.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, m:15<20.
Samuel moved to Hempstead Co., AR.
Samuel returned to Lowndes Co. before his death.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, LownCo. Living with John & Mary and her family.
4/9/1851, Samuel named in the will of his brother John S Thomas.
11/8/1851, Samuel wrote his will which was filed in Hempstead Co., AR.
Bef. 12/2/1851, Samuel died; (S) Will probated in Lowndes Co., MS. (S) Hempstead Co., WB-C, PP30-33.
Children:
M E Thomas, born 1840 in MS.
11/3/1857, she married B F Fall of Washington, Hempstead Co., AR.

vii. Sarah Martha Thomas, born 6/1824 in AL.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, f:<5.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, f:15<20.
Sarah married ? Blackburn.
1/4/1855, daughter “Sarah M Blackburn” named as an heir in the will of her mother.

viii. Rev. Robert Porter Thomas, born 8/2/1825 in AL.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, m<5.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, m:10<15.
12/6/1849 in Hempstead Co., AR, Robert, age 24, married Emily Perkins, age 18, born 4/25/1831 in AL.
12/21/1850, (S) 1850 Census, AR, Hempstead Co., Mine Creek. Robert is a laborer.
4/9/1851, Robert named in the will of his brother John S Thomas.
12/2/1851, Robert was named executor in the will of his brother Samuel.
1/4/1855, Robert named as an heir in the will of his mother.
9/11/1860, (S) 1860 Census, AR, Sevier, Paraclifta. Robert is a farmer with real estate valued at $12,000 and a personal estate of $12,000. 1st 3 children listed.
CSA: Robert a 1st Sergeant in Co. C, 22nd AR Infantry.
7/30/1870, (S) 1870 Census, AR, Sevier, Red Colony. Robert is a farmer with a personal estate of $250. Sons William & Abram work on the farm.
2/21/1871, Robert, a mason, ordained in the Church of Chrish at Pleasant Hill in Sevier Co., AR.
Robert moved his family to Brazil.
5/5/1892, Robert died in Santa Barbara, Sao Paulo, Brazil; buried in Campo Cem. near Santa Barbara d’Oeste on a large sugarcane plantation.
4/19/1904, Emily died in Tatui, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Children:
Martha Thomas, born 1852 in AR.
William Thomas, born 1855 in AR.
Abel/Abram Thomas, born 1858 in AR.
Margaret Thomas, born 1861 in AR.
Robert Thomas, born 1864 in AR.
Sarah Thomas, born 1866 in AR.

ix. Abraham D Thomas, born 10/1/1828 in AL.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, m<5.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, m:5<10.
No.43:(S) 1850 Census.
1851, Abram named administrator in the will of his brother John. (S) Lowndes Co.Court Rcds., Columbus Libr., MS.
4/9/1851, Abram named executor in the will of his brother John S Thomas.
12/2/1851 in Lowndes Co., Abram witnessed the will of his brother Samuel.
3/24/1853 Abraham married Sarah A Mixon, born 1836 in AL.
1/4/1855, Abram named as an heir in the will of his mother.
6/30/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, LownCo., Columbus. They have no children. His real estate is valued at $7,000, and his personal estate at $35,000.
Civil War, Private, Co. F, Perrin’s Batt., MS State Cav. (S) Howell, 1998.
8/18/1870, (S) 1870 Census, TX, Lamar Co. Abram’s real estate is valued at $5000, his personal estate at $1000. He and “Salley” live alone.
5/28/1871, Abram died in Paris, Lamar Co., TX; buried in Evergreen Cem. [O-19SE-04, next to his sister Margaret.]

x. Francis Marion Thomas, born 11/28/1830 in AL.
(S) 1830 Census: No. 42, m<5.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, m:5<10.
No.43:(S) 1850 Census.
4/9/1851, Francis named in the will of his brother John S Thomas.
1/4/1855, Francis named as an heir in the will of his mother. He was named executor, and left 3 slaves in the will.
7/23/1856, Francis, age 26, married Lydia B Campbell, age 18 [born in AL], in Hempstead Co., AR.
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Hempstead Co., Nashville. n: “Frank”. He is a farmer with real estate valued at $9,000; and personal estate at $40,000. His sister Martha lives with him.
CSA: Francis a Private in the 19th AR Regt.
3/10/1862, Francis wrote his will leaving equal shares to his wife and son. (S) Hempstead Co., WB-C, PP155-7.
4/22/1862, Francis died of the measles while serving in the CSA. Lydia sent a slave to claim his body and return it to Nashville for burial.
1/24/1865, Lydia married 2nd William C Sypert. (S) Hempsted Co. AR Early Marriages, P28.
Children:
James Young Thomas, born 6/4/1857 in AR. (S) 1860 Census.
11/1/1877 he married Martha Jane Clardy, born 3/8/1858 in AR, died 2/10/1925.
10/6/1908 he died, buried in Redmond Cem., DeQueen, AR.
     Children: Nina Thomas, 6/19/1902–10/15/1927, buried with her parents.

xi. Margaret Elizabeth Thomas, born 11/2/1834 in MS.
(S) 1840 Census: No. 42, f:5<10.
No.43:(S) 1850 Census.
10/10/1850 Margaret married Simeon McCowan, born 5/23/1828 in MS. (S) LownCo., MB3, P327.
4/9/1851, Margaret & Simeon named in the will of her brother John S Thomas.
1852 they moved to AR. [See births of children].
1/4/1855, Margaret named as an heir in the will of her mother. Samuel witnessed the will.
(S) 1860 Census, AR, Hempstead Co., Mine Creek. Simeon is a farmer with land valued at $4800 and a personal estate of $16,200.
6/8/1880, (S) 1880 Census, AR, Howard Co., Nashville. Her sister Martha lives them. 7 children at home.
6/4/1900, (S) 1900 Census, TX, Lamar Co. A widow, she has had 13 children, 7 still living. She lives with her daughter Sarah.
7/24/1911, Margaret died. (S) The Paris News, Wednesday, July 20, 1911, “Mrs. Margaret McCown, aged seventy-seven years, died at 6 o’clock Monday evening at the home of one of her sons, J. R. McCown, seven miles southwest of the city. Old age and heart trouble are said to have caused her death. The deceased was born in Alabama, but moved years ago with her husband to Arkansas, where they reared a family. After the death of her husband she came to Texas to live with her children about seven years ago. She is survived by four sons and two daughters, F. D. McCown, Sim McCown, J. R. McCown, R. O. McCown, Mrs. John Hutchison and Mrs. Jennie Ferguson, all of whom reside in Lamar county except Mrs. Ferguson, who lives in Arkansas. The funeral was held at 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon and was conducted by Rev. Mr. Barker of Dallas. Interment was at Evergreen cemetery. [O-19SE-03: next to her brother Abraham in “A D Thomas lot”.]
Children:
Virginia E “Jennie” McCowan, born 8/17/1851 in MS, (S) 1860 Census.
11/2/1869, she married Alfred Cobb Ferguson. [8 children.]
12/1/1916, she died in Lockesburg, Sevier Co., AR.
Francis Dolvin McCowan, born 3/2/1853 in AR, (S) 1860, 1880 Census.
1873, he married Lydia Narcissa “Ninnie” Jones, born 11/10/1855 in SC; died 2/13/1939, buried with Francis.
(S) 1900 Census, TX, Lamar Co. He lives next to his sister and mother. 3 children.
5/27/1929, he died in Cross Roads Comm., Lamar Co., TX; buried in Evergreen Cem. [13-50-04]
John Robert McCowan, born 1855 in AR, (S) 1860, 1880 Census.
1939, he died.
Nancy Emily McCowan, born 1857 in AR. (S) 1860 Census.
1880, she died.
Martha Rebecca McCowan, born 1859 in AR, (S) 1860, 1880 Census.
1898, she died.
William W McCown, born 1861 in AR.
He died as an infant.
Simeon McCowan, born 10/19/1862 in AR, (S) 1880 Census.
8/25/1886, he married Mary Ophelia Tugwell, born 6/1868 in LA, died 1947 in Calhoun Co.
(S) 1900 Census, TX, Lamar Co. 6 children.
4/20/1925, he died near Seadrift, Calhoun Co., TX.
Columbia McCowan, born 1864.
She died as a child.
Sarah Jane “Sally” McCowan, born 8/12/1865 in AR, (S) 1880 Census.
1887, she married James Hicks Jones, born 1855 in SC; died 3/24/1911; buried with Sarah.
(S) 1900 Census, TX, Lamar Co. Her mother lives with her; 6 children.
3/9/1908, she died in Lamar Co., TX; buried in Evergreen Cem. [Casket size 5/9 manufactured by Clinton $75.00; burial robe $12.00; hose $0.25; outlay for lot $15.00; open grave $5.00; total cost $107.25.]
Lenora Ann McCowan, born 1868 in AR, (S) 1880 Census.
1924, she died.
Samuel A Mcowan, born 1869 in AR.
1879, age 10, he died.
Frances McCowan, born 1872 in AR. (S) 1880 Census.
Richard Owen McCowan, born 1874 in AR. (S) 1880 Census.
7/27/1949, he died in Cherokee Co., TX.

Bond 52 Dickey

52. George Dickey & 53. Nancy L ? [SC, MS]


~1779 George born in SC, s/o 104. William Dickey.
1790 Nancy born in SC. [She may not be his 1st wife].
No.62:(S) 1790 Census. George m<16.
1798, George moved to MS from SC. (S) Family notes – land claim.
1799, George received land in Washington Co., MS from James Denley.
5/1800, George transferred 1799 land to Richard Brashear.
Bef. 3/3/1803, George married Nancy.
1809, George petitioned for land. (S) Washington Dist. Land office.
1811, George paid taxes in Wayne Co., MS. (S) MS Terr. tax list.
1812, George paid taxes in GreeCo., MS. (S) MS Terr. tax list.
(S) 1820 Census, MS, PerrCo. It appears the mother of either George or Nancy is living with them.
(S) 1825 MS Census, JaxCo. George.
(S) 1830 Census, MS, JaxCo Living next to James O’Neal and son Steward. The listing is not clear which children belong to who.
Bef. 1840, George died. Not in 1840 Census.
(S) 1840 Census, MS, Pike Co. Nancy living with son George W.
11/22/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Pike Co., Bt5. Nancy living with son George W.
7/26/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Pike Co., Holmesville. Nancy living with son George W.
Aft. 1860 Nancy died in MS.

Family notes:
• (S) Land Claims in Mississippi Territory, 1789-1834. – Please to take notice, that the following tract of land is claimed by Richard Brashear, of Washington Co. Mississippi Terr., under and in virtue of a settlement made by Patrick Brewer, in June, 1797, transferred by said Brewer to Sampson Mounger, 1798, and by said Mounger to James Denley in the same year, and by said Denley to George Dickey, in 1799, and by said Dickey to this claimant in May, 1800 , bounded as follows, to wit: beginning on a white oak, and running north, thirty degrees west, eighty chains, to a tupelo gum; thence, south, sixty degrees west, eighty chains to a pine; thence, south, thirty degrees east, eighty chains, to a pine; thence, north, sixty degrees east, eighty chains, to the beginning; including in said lines six hundred and forty acres, now delivered to the register of the land office to be established east of Pearl river, to be recorded as directed by said act. … John Denley was presented as a witness, … that the claimant had not resided upon it; that George Dickey, the claimant, was the head of a family on the 3rd of March, 1803. … George Dickey , John … , and William … , were presented as witnesses, and being duly sworn and interrogated by the Board, they deposed, that they had no interest in this case. And the said Dickey testified, that he came to this country from SC in the year 1799 , and one of the first houses which he went to was Jordan Morgan ‘s on the land in question; …
• (S) Land Claims in Mississippi Territory, 1789-1834. George Dickey ‘s case: commenced in page 693. – On due consideration, the Board is of opinion that this claimant is entitled to a right of pre-emption to one hundred and sixty acres of land, to be located as follows: Beginning on the margin of the Tombigbee river, on the west side thereof, at the upper corner of Ephraim Barker ‘s donation; thence, with said Barker ‘s line, due north, to his corner; and continuing the same course so far that a line there from, due east, thirteen chains and twenty-five links, and thence, due south, to the margin of said river, and thence down the same to the place of beginning, shall include one hundred and sixty acres. And the Board doth order that a certificate be granted to him accordingly.
• Ann Elizabeth Dickey, married to James ( 12), is sometimes identified as a sister to Susanna and Thana. This is not likely since Ann was born ~1834, about 30 years after Susanna and Thana. The only Dickey’s in southern MS in 1820 are George and Stuart in PerrCo., and a Jeptha Dicke in Marion Co. Only George and his son Steward, born ~1801, are in the 1830 Census in southern MS. (except possibly Pike Co. – records do not exist).

Children of George and Nancy:

i. Steward Dickey (26), born ~1801.

ii. Thana Dickey ( 31), born 9/1804.
(S) Cochran Family, Biloxi Public Lib., G&H Dept.

iii. Susanna Dickey, born 9/1804-5 in GA.
~1819 Susanna married William O’Neal ( 60iii), brother of James ( 30), married to her sister Thana ( 31).
No.60:(S) 1820 Census. f:16-26, she is living with her husband with his father’s family.
(S) 1830–50 Census. See William.
1852, William died.
9/5/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, HarrCo, PD5, Flint Creek. Widow. Living next to her father-in-law and two of her nephews. b:1795. She has a personal estate of $2000. Son “E” has a personal estate of $3000.
7/25/1865, Susanna died in JaxCo. She is buried in the Hickman-Bond Cemetery, StnCo., MS.
Children:
Elizabeth Jane O’Neal, born 10/16/1820 in MS. (S) 1830 Census.
10/1/1846 she married John Bond16ii.
9/2/1856 she died, buried in Hickman-Bond Cem., StnCo., MS.
George O’Neal, born 1822 in MS. (S) 1830,1850 Census. See No.30.
William O’Neal Jr, born 1827 in MS. (S) 1830, 1840, 1850 Census.
CSA: he served in the same unit as his brothers Lemuel, Jackson, and Eli.
He married Josephine Graham.
He married Elizabeth Forehand.
1885 William died; buried in Hickman-Bond Cem., StnCo., MS. (S) Gravestone.
Col. Lemuel Benton O’Neal, born 1830 in MS. (S) 1840,1850 Census.
He died in the Civil War. “Colonel” was his name, not his rank.
Nancy O’Neal, born 11/26/1829 in MS. (S) 1840,1850 Census.
~1855 she married Nathaniel Bond ( 16v). (S) Who Married Whom in PerrCo., 1985.
12/25/1874 she died; buried in Hickman-Bond Cem., StnCo., MS. (S) Gravestone.
Pres. Andrew Jackson O’Neal, born 1835 in MS. (S) 1830,1840,1850 Census.
He died in the Civil War as a prisoner in Chicago, IL.
Susanna Aletha O’Neal, born 1839 in MS. (S) 1840,1850 Census.
8/28/1867 she married Wesley Spikes. (S) HarrCo., MB5, P20.
E O’Neal, m, born 1841 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Elisha Washington O’Neal, born 11/27/1842 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
CSA: he served in the same unit as his brothers Lemuel, Jackson, and William.
11/3/1867 he married Mary Ann Rouse, born 5/12/1845, d/o Wm H Rouse. (S) HarrCo., MB5, P32.
8/31/1912 Elisha died.

iv. George Washington Dickey, born 3/10/1811 in MS.
No.52:(S) 1820 Census. as m:<10.
George married Emily L Gibson, born 2/13/1813 in MS.
No.52:(S)1830, Married and living with his father.
(S) 1840 Census, MS, Pike Co. His mother is living with him.
(S) 1841 MS Census, Pike Co.
(S) 1843 Tax List, Pike Co., MS. 1 white, 6 slaves.
(S) 1845 MS Census, Pike Co.
No.53:(S) 1850 Census.
(S) 1850 Slave Schedule, MS, Pike Co. 21 slaves: 9 b-m ages 26, 25, 24, 14, 14, 10, 10, 5, 1; 11 b-f ages 58, 41, 28, 20, 19, 16, 12, 4, 4, 4, 2; 1 m-m age 7.
No.53:(S) 1860 Census. George is a farmer. He has land valued at $8,100, and a personal estate of $34,000.
7/21/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Pike Co. Chatawa. George is a Butcher. His land is valued at $5,000, and his personal estate at $500.
6/3/1880, (S) 1880 Census, MS, Pike Co., D1, Bt1. Because of “old age” George can no longer tend to his farm. 2 of their daughters live with them.
6/17/1881, George died; buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
6/3/1885, Emily died; buried with George.
Children:
John C Dickey, born 1833 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.
He married Lamenda C Powell, born 1838 in MS.
1894, he died; buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
Robert H Dickey, born 8/13/1835 in MS. (S) 1850 Census.
He married widow Sarah Ann Prewitt, born in MS; 1/5/1839–8/3/1914; buried with Robert.
3/19/1904 he died; buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
William L Dickey, born 3/29/1840 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
1864, William married Caroline A Coney, born 5/26/1845 in MS, d/o Jeremiah & Emily.
8/15/1907, William died; buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
3/6/1919, Caroline died; buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
Seaborn H Dickey, born 4/22/1843 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
He married Sarah Simmons, d/o Geo. Wash. & Mary Magee; 11/19/1846–3/21/1909; buried with Seaborn.
9/27/1915 he died; buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
Sarah C Dickey, born 1845 in MS. (S) 1850,1860,1880 Census.
Zebulon H Dickey, born 6/15/1847 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
He married Mary Alice Johnson, d/o William & Martha, 4/19/1853–11/11/1930; buried with Zeb.
6/1/1926 he died, buried in George Washington Dickey Cem., Pike Co.
Rosalind Dickey, born 1849 in MS. (S) 1860 Census.
Frances Viana Dickey, born 1851 in MS. (S) 1860,1870,1880 Census.
8/3/1892, she married Dr. S C Webb in Pike Co.
C Elizabeth Dickey, born 1853 in MS. (S) 1860,1870 Census.

Cox 38 Purdy-Bessilleau

38. Capt. Joseph Purdy & 39. Johannah Martha Bessilleau [NY, SC]


~1770 Joseph born in NY s/o 76. James Purdy Jr. (S) FBR.
2/25/1784, Wedneday morning, at 10:30, Johannah born on Wentworth St. in Charleston, SC, d/o 78. Philip Anthony Bessellieu & 79. Susannah Mason. (S) Bessellieu Family Bible. (S) Allied Families by Johnson.
Joseph is known to have spent time in the South. (S) Document described in Family notes.
1791, Joseph Purdy, “plat for 100 acres on waters of Twenty Five Mile creek, Camden District, surveyed by James Bredin for Elizabeth Bird on January 3, 1785”. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190, V-27, P-414.
6/5/1800, a Thursday evening, by Rev. Frost, Joseph married Johannah in Charleston, SC. (S) FBR. “Joseph Purdy of Charleston Mariner and Johanna Besselleau of the same place were married per Lic.” (S) St. Phillips Register (1754-1810), Smith & Huger (1927) P271. (S) 6/9/1800 Charleston City Gazette.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, SC, Charleston Co. See CD Census Record 38-1800.
1801, Joseph a “rigger” located at 18 Hassell St. (S) Charleston City Directory.
10/29/1802, Thomas Coveney to Joseph Purdy, Bill Of Sale for a slave named Isaac. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-3N, P-468.
1803, Joseph a “mariner” located at 41 Pickney St. (S) Charleston City Directory.
2/11/1804, Joseph Purdy Vs Thomas Coveny, Judgment Roll. (11 pages). (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y1804, I244A.
6/16/1804 at 2:00 AM, Johannah died in Charleston, SC. (S) FBR. “Died on Satyrday morning last in the 21st year of her age, Mrs. Johannes M. Purdie, third daughter of Mr. Philip A. Besseleu, late of this city deceased. She bore the pains of a long illness with much fortitude and sumitted to the will of her Creator patiently in the end.” (S) Charleston City Gazette, Wednesday, 6/20/1804. (S) FBR.
11/2/1805, Joseph Purdy to Richard Howard, Bill Of Sale for a slave named Emmy. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-3X, P-113.
~1848 Joseph died at Milton in Rye, NY. He is not known to have had any other marriages or heirs.
(S) A family document which may have originated with Purdy ancestors believed to be from Purdy’s Station. Originally handwritten and later put into typewritten form, it has been dated c1855–1860, by the reference therein to “Joshua Purdy informs me...”. This Joshua would have been a 5th generation Purdy, who must have died before 1860. Also a reference on page 5 to “Joseph (5) [James4, James3), died at Milton in Rye about 1848. Jacob(5) had two sons, James (6).... James(6), still living, was born 1788...”.
(S) “Ye History of the Town of Greenwich”, Daniel M. Mead, Major 10th Regiment, CT Vol. Infantry, 1857.

Family notes:
• Research by Mr. Grenville Mackenzie supported Joseph as a son of James Purdy Jr; in contrast to C. W. Baird’s research which stated [without support] that Joseph had no children. Mr Baird did not have access to the SC information. This position was also supported by H. M. Pittman, Past President of the American Society of Genealogists.

Child of Joseph and Johannah:

i. Maria Susannah Purdy ( 19), born 12/22/1801 in Charleston, SC.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Bell 40 Loftis-Powell

40. John Loftis & 41. Ann Powell {Spartanburg Co. SC}


~1770, John born in SC; s/o 80. Job Loftis & 81. Elvira Goodlet
1781 Ann born in Culpeper Co., VA; d/o 82. James Powell & 83. Frances ?.
No.80:(S) 1790 Census, SC, Newberry Co.                                                                           
1794, the family moved to Spartanburg Co.
4/14/1798 in Spartanburg Co., SC, John married Ann. John owned land between the Middle and North Tyger Rivers.
1799, John bought 200 acres in Spartanburg County, SC from Young Griffin; “said tract being an original grant to Ephriam Reese and James Powell and by them sold to Young Griffin, or rather first sold to James Powell.” (S) Book F, P455.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. John lives near his father. 1 m < 10 & 1f < 10 not identified.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. 41110,21010
Bef. 1820 Ann died in Spartanburg Co., SC.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co.: 230101,01100. They have 7 slaves.
1/5/1824, John recorded a state plat for 41 acres on the east side of Middle Tyger River in Spartanburg District and bounded by lands of McDade and Smith. (S) V47, P272.
John married 2nd Milissa Clements, born ~1810.
6/23/1824, John Loftis, a plat for 410 acres on Middle Tyger river, Spartanburg Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213192, V-47, P-272, I-1.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. John born 1770–1780; Milissa born 1800–1810.
10/13/1836, John mentioned in a survey on the Middle Tyger River.
1838, John bought 70 acres from R. F. Loftis [his son who had moved to MS.] (S) Book W, P584.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. John has a 10-15 year old male, and 2 females under 10 living with him and Malissa.
1845, John sold 76.5 acres on Middle Tyger River to Joseph Walden [who later married his 2nd wife Malissa]. (S) Book Z, P87.
5/22/1845, John wrote and signed his will.
1847, John sold 135 acres on Motlow’s Creek to Jacob Rudisail, et. al. (S) Book AA, P209.
3/10/1848, John died in Spartanburg Co., SC. 
8/4/1848, John’s will proved. Malissa was appointed executrix. She filed with the probate this statement, “When I married John Loftis he gave each of the children by his first wife what he wanted them to have and promised me that all the rest would come to me and any children I had by him.” She also stated that “all of the children except one lived outside of S.C. and had moved away.” Perry Smith, on behalf of his wife Mary Loftis Smith, challenged the will in a lawsuit dated 21 February 1848 with some very interesting testimonials filed, but the suit was settled on 27 March 1848. Edward Clements, friend and neighbor, was next appointed executor. Malissa received 100 acres of land “on the west side of Middle Tyger River where old W. Powell used to live.” (Will Book D, P147, Box 11, Pkg. 22). (S) SCDA&H, S-108093, Reel-24, F-631.
[Milissa married 2nd Joseph Walden.]
Family notes:
·         Lamar Co., AL is right next to LownCo., MS.
·         Persons mentioned in John’s will: Anderson (Slave)/Loftis, Margaret Ellen/Powel, W./Bomar, John/Loftis, Millissa/Loftis, Eliza Jane/Loftis, Sarah Elizabeth/Clements, Edward/Wheeler, William/Goodlett, S./
·         There is a memorial marker in Vaughn’s cemetery to Joseph H Loftis.
Children of John and Ann:

i. Lemuel Loftis, born 1798 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
(S) 1800 Census, No. 40. m<10 .="" o:p="">
Lemuel 1st married Elizabeth Smith, d/o Edward Smith & Sarah ?.
Lemuel 2nd married Minerva Z Hutchinson, born 3/3/1813 in SC, died 4/12/1891 in Lamar Co., AL.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Fayette Co. b: 1790–1800. 4 females and a wife 20-30. Daughters: 1 < age 5, 1 age 5 < 10, 1 age 10 < 15, 1 age 15 < 20.

1849 Lemuel died in Lamar Co., AL.
Children of Elizabeth: (S) Family Bible.
Mary A “Polly” Loftis, born 6/9/1824 in SC.
She married Peter Gilliam, born in NC, 1818–1863.
10/23/1904 she died in Paragould, AR, buried in Pine Knot Cem.
Achsah Loftis, born 1829 in SC.
She married William Franklin Cash, born 1821 in GA.
(S) 1860 Census, AL, Fayette Co. They have 4 children all born in AL.
~1869 she died in Sanford Co., AL.
Louisa J Loftis, born 1830 in SC.
She married Henry Cash, brother of William.
(S) 1870 Census, AL, Sanford Co. She is a widow with 5 children.
Children of Minerva:
Sarah Emma Loftis, born 1/25/1839 in AL.
She married William A Johnson, born 1831 in AL. [Brother of husband of Sarah Leech Loftis.]
(S) 1870 Census, AL, Sanford Co. They have 5 children.
4/23/1902 she died in Lamar co., AL.
Alfred N Loftis, born 4/26/1840 in AL.
6/22/1866 he married Elizabeth M Robertson, born 1844 in SC.
(S) 1880 Census, TX, Comanche Co. They have 6 children.
2/23/1910 he died in TX.
1/25/1918 she died. Both buried in Oakwood Cem. [Center section.]
Jincy A Loftis, born 1845 in AL.
Henry Loftis, born ~1847 in AL.
Died young – not in 1850 census.

ii. David Loftis, born 10/4/1801 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
No.40:(S) 1820 Census, m:16-26.
12/18/1826, David mentioned in the will of James Reynolds Sr. of Spartanburg Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-108093, Reel-24, F-270. Several Montgomery family members are mentioned that appear to be related to the wife of Charles Montgomery68iii.
~1828, David married Sarah Ann Collins, d/o John M Collins & Edith McCarter, born 1810 in SC.
Bef. 1830 Ann Collins died.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. 1f < 5.
David married 2nd Sarah S McMakin, born 1805 in SC.
(S) 1833-1835 LownCo., MS Tax Rolls.
11/14/1836 David bought land in [Lamar Co.] AL.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Fayette Co. b: 1800–1810. 2 sons 5–10. 2 girls under 5, 1 girl 10–15.
1847, David a JOP.
11/12/1849 David named Postmaster of Big Pond.
11/15/1850, (S) 1850 Census, AL, Fayette Co., Bt9, Div16. n: “Loftice”. David’s real estate is valued at $700. He had 1 slave, a 17 year old black male.
9/3/1860, (S) 1860 Census, AL, Fayette Co. David is a farmer. His real estate is valued at $3000, his personal estate at $3445. He had 1 slave, a 22 year old black male (this may be the same person).
2/2/1862, David died in Fayette Co., AL.
(S) 1870 Census, AL, Sanford Co. Sarah lives with her neice Sarah Emma Loftis, d/o Lemuel.
Children of Ann Collins:
Judah Powell Loftis, born 4/3/1826 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
She married Peter Carr Wheeler, born 1817 in SC.
(S) 1860 Census, AL, Fayette Co. They have 4 children.
6/6/1885 she died in near Vernon in Lamar Co., AL.
Children of Sarah McMakin:
Samuel William Loftis, born 1/3/1832 in AL.
He married Mary Ann Robertson, born 1841 in AL.
1862–1865 he died in AL.
Richard Thomas Loftis, born 8/20/1834 in AL. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
He married Emily Hardy.
6/17/1864 Richard died in CSA service.
Margaret E Loftis, born 1838 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
1st she married James Sims.
(S) 1870 Census, AL, Sanford, Stickland. A widow, she has 4 children.
2nd she married James W Hardy.
Sarah Leech Loftis, born 1/10/1839 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
She married Jacob Clure Johnson, born 1830 in AL. [Brother of husband of Sarah Emma Loftis.]
(S) 1860 Census, AL, Fayette Co. 1 girl, “Sarah L”, 6 months old.
3/29/1869 she died in Lamar Co., AL.
Winea Minerva Loftis, born 1841 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
She married George Washington Allen, born 1826 in NC.
(S) 1970 Census, AL, Sanford, Stickland. 5 children.
1/5/1894 she died in Fayette Co., AL.
John Hiram Loftis, born 1842 in AL. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
He married Susan M ?, born 1856 in TN.
(S) 1880 Census, MO, Dunklin Co., Union. 2 children.
Francis Emiline Loftis, born 1844 in AL. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
11/30/1865 she married Joseph W Crawford. (S) AL Marriages, Fayette Co.
David M Loftis, born 2/14/1849 in AL. (S) 1850, 1860 Census.
1st he married Rachel Robertson.
2nd he married Polly Ann Collins.
3rd he married Amanda Priscilla Robertson.
7/11/1928 he died.

iii. Mary Polly Loftis, born ~1803 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
Mary married W Perry Smith, born ~1800.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. No children.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co. No children.
2/21/1848, Perry filed a lawsuit against the probated will of Mary’s father.
3/9/1858, Perry wrote his will in Spartanburg Co., SC. (S) Will Typescript (MSS WB-D, P553).
9/26/1860, (S) 1860 Census, SC, Spartanburg Co., SC. Mary lives alone and has real estate valued at $3700 and a personal estate of $4892.
They had no children. (S) Will of Perry.

iv. Powell Loftis ( 20), born ~1805 in Spartanburg Co., SC.

v. Winifred Loftis, born 7/1/1806 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
No.40:(S) 1820 Census, f:10-16.
1830 Winifred married Hiram Smith, born 1/17/1804 in SC.
11/27/1838, Hiram Smith, plat for 701 acres on Pee Dee River, Lynches Creek, Schoolhouse Branch, Darlington Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213192, V-52, P-201.
(S) 1840 Census, AL, Fayette Co. Winifred lives between her brothers Lemuel and David. 1 son age 10 < 15 unidentified.
11/13/1850, (S) 1850 Census, AL, Fayette Co. Bt9, Div16. n: “Wina”. Hiram is a farmer with real estate valued at $1000.
6/22/1860, (S) 1860 Census, AL, Fayette Co., Millport. n: “Winy”. Hiram is a farmer with real estate valued at $2000, personal estate at $14,000; they own 9 slaves.
6/27/1870, (S) 1870 Census, AL, Sanford Co., Wilson, Big-Pond. Hiram is a farmer with real estate valued at $900, personal estate at $1,500.
7/19/1878, The Hon. B. B. Lewis will address the people of Lamar at the following times and places: Dr. Kennedy’s store, July 25th; Hiram Smith’s store, July 26th; … (S) Vernon Pioneer Newspaper.
12/21/1879 Hiram died; buried in Walnut Grove Cem. [Vernon, take Hwy17 S to CR22]
7/17/1880, (S) 1880 Census, AL, Lamar Co., Bt11. Winny is a widow.
3/7/1882 Winifred died in Lamar Co., AL; buried with Hiram.
Children:
Mary E Smith, born 1832 in AL. (S) 1840,1850 Census.
Nancy C Smith, born 1835 in AL. (S) 1840,1850 Census.
Rachel M Smith, born 1838 in AL. (S) 1840,1850 Census.
Martin V Smith, born 1840 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
He married Matilda ?, born 1855 in AL.
(S) 1910 Census, AL, Lamar Co., Wilson. 2 sons [1 married] at home.
Hiram David Smith Jr, born 1843 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Henry F Smith, born 1845 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Sarah F Smith, born 1849 in AL. (S) 1850,1860 Census.

vi. Nancy Loftis, born 1811 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
Nancy married William Lucky Ponder. He owned 363 acres “below the Ancient Boundary, Ninety Six Dist.”

vii. Richard Foster Loftis, born 1811 in Spartanburg Co., SC.
No.40:(S) 1820 Census, m age < 10.
9/17/1833, Richard bought land. (S) LownCo., 39.81 acres, Huntsville, S½W½NE,  17S,17W,33.
(S) 1833 LownCo., MS Tax Rolls.
7/16/1834 Richard married Martha H Thomas (42iii), sister of his brother Powell’s wife. (S) LownCo., MB1, P142.
(S) 1836-1837 LownCo., MS Tax Rolls.
1838 Richard became a member of the Masons, Columbus Lodge (5), LownCo., MS. (S) 1819–1849, MS Free & Accepted Masons, Jeanne Henry, 1969.
(S) 1839 LownCo., MS Tax Rolls.
1839, Richard a Masonic member.
1840, Richard withdrew from Columbus Masonic lodge.
2/1/1841, Richard sold 39.81 acres in Huntsville. (S) Columbus, MS Land Office.
Bef 5/10/1847, Richard died in Lafayette Co., AR.
Children: see Martha.


Bond 38 King-Smith

38. John King Sr & 39. Mary Smith [NC, MS]

4/17/1756, John born in Beaufort Co., NC; s/o 76. Brittain King & 77. Sylvia Jordan.
5/1/1764, Mary born in Pitt or Craven Co., NC, d/o 78. David Smith Sr & 79. Jemima Hardee. (S) Cyril Cane, VII, P162.
~1777 John Revolutionary War veteran. Sailor aboard the General Nash, under Captains Daniel Deshon & William Tisdale. They captured 3 British vessels, Agie, Prince of Wales, and Kitty. John received a percentage of the profit from the sale of the ships and cargo. (S) Declaration of “Mariners and Marines of the General Nash”: New Bern, October 26, 1780.
1778, John bought land in Pitt Co., NC.
1/28/1778 John witnessed a land transaction with his uncle Jesse. (S) Pitt Co., NC deeds, extra, P17.
1/20/1780 in Pitt Co., NC, John married Mary.
12/23/1784, John bought 230 acres on Roes Creek of the Oconee River in Washington Co., GA. (S) GA Land Plats Bk A, P321. John would move to this land by 1802.
1785, Newberry Co. SC formed from part of the 96th Dist.
1/27/1786 John was granted 50 acres from his father, Brittain76. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-L, P64. 6/12/1809 land transaction of David Smith Jr, s/o David78, identifies the land as passing from Jesse King [deeded–1768] to Eliphalet King – “heir of Jesse”, to Brittain King – “heir of Eliphalet”, to John King in 1786.
10/20/1786 Both John and Mary witnessed a land sale in Pitt Co. to Thomas Judkins. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-L, P121.
10/2?/1786 John bought the 50 acres from Thomas Judkins for L 40. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-L, P144.
4/28/1788, John in a land transaction with John Salter. (S) DB-M, P54.
(S) 1790 Census, Pitt Co., NC, Newbern Distr. John 3,2,2, 2 slaves.
7/26/1791 John bought 200 acres on the south side of the Tar River, near the West Prong of Hardee’s Run. (S) Pitt Co., NC deeds, Extra, P177.
8/14/1792, John witnessed a deed of Laurence Anderson. (S) Pitt Co., DB-O, P34.
~1794 John bought land in the Newberry Distr. of SC on Hawlick and Musgrave Creeks on the north side of the Saluda River near his uncle Etheldred.
2/22/1795 John witnessed a slave sale in Pitt Co., NC involving his in-laws. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-N, P254.
3/22/1795, John sold a slave to his father-in-law for 150 Pounds.. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-N, P256.
11/19/1795, John began selling his land with the transfer of 300 acres for 450 Pounds to his brother-in-law David Smith Jr. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-N, P272. His father Brittain and his uncle Eliphalet are mentioned as heirs to his uncle Jesse King.
1798, John named (apparently as first son) in his father’s will.
3/1/1798, John mentioned in court records of Newberry Co.
2/5/1799, John & Mary, “of Newberry Co., SC”, sold the land on Hawlick and Musgrave Creeks. (S) Family notes.
Moved from SC to Washington Co., GA.
2/2/1802, John, living in Washington Co., GA, sold the last of his Pitt Co. land, ¼ Seine Place, for 5 Pounds, to his brother-in-law David Smith Jr. (S) Pitt Co., NC, DB-P, P107.
1815, moved from GA to AL.
(S) 1815 AL, Madison Co. tax list. John.
(S) 1816 MS Terr. Census, Madison Co. John.
(S) 1816 AL, Madison Co. tax list. John.
3/23/1822 in Tuscaloosa Co., AL, John deeded his “three youngest” daughters land. Each is mentioned by her married name. All three sons-inlaw signed the deed. (S) Tuscaloosa Co., AL DB-I, P164. This land was released (DB-I, P265) later by all three sons-in-laws; and then given to his son Timothy with the stipulation that his wife Polly was to “enjoy it during her lifetime”. If timothy died, the land was to be given to his grandson John Franklin King.
12/24/1825 John sold land in Tuscaloosa Co. to Henry Weaver. (S) Tuscaloosa Co., AL DB-E, P246.
1826, John moved from AL to St. Tammany Parish, LA where he purchased land.
(S) 1830 Census, LA, St. Tammany Parish.
1833, John deeded his land to his three son-in-laws in LA and moved to north JaxCo, MS; where his son James resided. They settled in StnCo., near Hwy. 26 and the Black Creek bridge.
(S) 1836 Tax Roll, MS, Jackson Co.: John King.
4/27/1838 John died in JaxCo, MS. Buried in the King Family Cem., NE of the Old Parker Bridge on Red Creek in Stone/George Co., MS.
No.16:(S) 1840 Census. Mary lives next to Bond, Dickey, and O’neal families.
9/6/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, JaxCo They live close to Nancy27 and Ann Dickey13. Grandsons, John and Jackson, sons of James and Penny, lives next to them.
(S) 1850 Slave Schedule, MS, JaxCo Mary owns 9 slaves: 3 b-m: ages 45,38,7; 2 m-m: ages 38,24; 5 f-b: ages 50,46,25,3.
10/17/1856 Mary died in MS. Burial at the “Old George Smith Place”, King Family Cem., NE of Old Parker Bridge on Red Creek, Bt5, Stone/George Co., MS.
(S) Cyril Cane, VII, P206.

Family notes:
• “Know all men by these presents, that whereas the pirvate ship of war called the General Nash on her late cruise against the British enemy hath taken and brought safe into Port Beaufort three prizes to wit: the Brigg Agie, the Brigg Prince of Wales, and the Brigg Kitty with valuable cargoes onboard each of them. Now know ye that we the subscribers, late mariners and marines on board the General Nash on said cruise, reposing special trust and confidence in Captain Daniel Deshon and William Tisdale have appointed and do hereby constitute and appoint the said Captain Deshon and William Tisdale to be our agents and to act for us and in our room and stead, to receive all goods, wares, and merchandise, and all sums of money arising from the three above prizes and their cargoes, boats, &c., which shall fall to our resprctive shares; And we do further covenant and agree to allow to our said agents 5% on all such goods, wares, merchandise and all sums of money arising as aforesaid as a full compensation for their trouble for receiving and paying and delivering to each of us our respective shares in the above prizes; Charles Williams, …, John King”. New Bern, October 26, 1780. “We do hereby certify that Richard Cogdell, Jun. shall receive one third of the commissions arising from the half part of the three prizes taken by the ship General Nash as we are appointed by the majority of the crew to act in their behalf.” /s/ William Tisdale, /s/ De. Deshon.
• “John King of Newberry Co, for 100 guineas to John Bell of same. 50 acres on north side Saluda River on waters of Hawlick Creek, part of tract of 230 acres granted to John Waits and by said John Waits conveyed to John King; also a tract of 19 acres on north side Saluda River on a branch of Hawlick Creek, part of a tract granted to Nehemiah Rotton 5 March, 1787 adj. McDougles’ line, John Wait’s line, Henry Creek’s line, conveyed from Nehemiah Rotton to James Harpe then to Henry Creek then to John King, also 128 acres, part of tract of 500 acres granted to William Mazyck and conveyed to Col. Philemon Waters and by said Col. Waters to Henry Creek and by Henry Creek to John King, adj. John Waits, William Taylor; also 150 acres on Musgroves Creek, waters of Big Saluda granted to Henry Creek adj. John Waits, Jacob Smith, John Caleys, Col. Philemon Waters, Meadows, another tract of 60 acres, part of a tract to John Waits adj. to Henry Creek Henry Waits, whereon said Waits formerly lived and conveyed by John Waits to Henry Creek and by Creek to John King; also 100 acres adj. lands of said John King, Beverly Borum, Dr. Caines, on which said Caines now lives. John Ryals. dated 5 Feb., 1799. John King ( Seal ), Mary King ( X ) ( Seal ). Wit: Charles Caines, Caleb Caines ( X ), Mary Caines ( X ). Proved in Newberry District II April 1800 by the oath of Christopher Caines before Jacob Bieller, J.P. Recorded 8 Oct. 1800.- pg 646-8.” (S) Newberry Co., SC, DB-D, P646-8.
• On 5/7/1849 in Washington Co., GA, “John King Sen., late of the state of Mississippi deceased died intestate …” had his estate granted an administrator to secure all debts, … by the Inferior Court of the County.

Children of John and Mary:

i. John King Jr, born ~1780 in Pitt Co., NC.
No.38:(S) 1790 Census. m<16.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Newberry Co. Listed next to his uncle William.
(S) 1820 Census, MS, JaxCo, b: 1775–1795. There are 2 males over 45; James’ family is living with him.
(S) 1825 MS Census, JaxCo
(S) 1830 Census, MS, JaxCo, b: 1780–1790. His brother James and Penny appear to live with him.
(S) 1836 Tax Roll, MS, Jackson Co.: John King (2nd).
(S) 1840 Census, MS, JaxCo b:1780–1790. He lives near Edward58.
Aft. 1840 died.

ii. James King, born ~1781 in Pitt Co., NC.
No.38:(S) 1790 Census. m<16.
James married Penny Jackson, born ~1790 in GA, said to be a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. Died aft. 1850. Buried in King Family Cem.
(S) 1820 Census, MS, JaxCo Living with brother John.
1/15/1827, Acquired 79.82 acres. (S) JaxCo, MS Land Office records.
(S) 1830 Census, MS, JaxCo Living with brother John.
No.16:(S) 1840 Census. James in JaxCo, lives next to his mother and Bond, Dickey, and O’neal related families.
No.39:(S) 1850 Census.
6/25/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, JaxCo, Brickley. James and Penny are living next to their son Jackson.
Aft. 1860 died. Buried in King Family Cem.
Children:
John Franklin King, born 1815 in Washington Co., GA.
~1837 in JaxCo, MS he married Margaret Parker, born ~1818 in MS.
Aft. 1870 died. Buried in King Family Cem.
Polly King, born 3/30/1816 in Washington Co., GA.
She married Allen Turner Whittington, born 3/31/1815 in JaxCo, MS.
     Children: Martha “Penny” Whittington, born 11/14/1842 in MS.
     She married John Bond16iv.
Nathan King, born 1825 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
He married Lucy Ann Shoemaker, born 3/5/1836, died 10/30/1921.
9/25/1896 he died. Both are buried in the King-Cowart-Parker Cem.
Liddy (Sedy) King, born 1831 in AL. (S) 1850 Census.
She married William Tucker, born 1840, killed in the Civil War.

iii. Mary Elizabeth King (19), born 10/10/1788 in Pitt Co., NC.

iv. Lydia “Fannie” King, born 2/27/1798 in Newberry Distr., SC.
8/31/1820 in Tuscaloosa Co., AL; she married Spias Dixon, born 7/27/1795 in GA.
No.38:(S) 1830 Census. f:30<40.
(S) 1836 Tax Roll, JaxCo., MS. “Spias Dixon”.
(S) 1840 Census, MS, Jasper Co. f:40<50. n: “S Dickson”.
9/14/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, Jasper Co. He is a farmer with land valued at $800.
9/20/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, Jasper Co., Turnersville. He is a farmer with land valued at $6000 and a personal estate of $17,000. Spias (18), Thomas (16), and John (10) Massey, children of daughter Mary, live with them. Son John lives next to them.
(S) 1866 MS Census, Jasper Co.
7/15/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, Jasper Co., SW Bt. No children listed. John Massey (20), lives with them. His land is valued at $1800, and his personal estate at $1400. Son John lives next to them.
12/28/1875 Spias died in Jasper Co., MS. Buried in Dixon Cem.
(S) 1880 Census, MS, Jasper Co. Living in household of [relative?] A K Holder.
9/8/1887 Lydia died in Jasper Co., MS. Buried in Dixon Cem., Jasper Co., MS.
Children:
Mary Dixon, born 1821 in AL. (S) 1830,1840 Census.
Rebecca Dixon, born 2/11/1825 in AL. (S) 1830,1840 Census.
John Dixon, born 1827 in LA. (S) 1830,1840 Census.

v. Rebecca King, born 2/24/1801 in Newberry Distr., SC.
1820 in SC she married Rev. John Alexander, born 2/7/1796 in the Pendleton Distr., SC.
By 1822 moved to LA, later joined by John38.
(S) 1830 Census, LA, St. Tammany Parish. f 20<30.
By 1837 moved to JaxCo, MS.
9/28/1840, (S) 1840 Census, MS, JaxCo Living next to her sister Mildreth and brother James.
1841, John licensed as a Methodist preacher. He had been active in the church all his life.
9/7/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, JaxCo John is a farmer and a preacher. Sons John Jr and James are both farmers.
Moved to HarrCo, MS.
10/1/1854, John died of yellow fever in Ramsey Springs, HarrCo, MS; buried in Ramsey Springs Cem. E side of hwy. 15, N of Bethel Rd.
Rebecca moved back to their former JaxCo home.
7/9/1860, (S) 1860 Census, FL, JaxCo, Marianne. She is a farmer with a personal estate valued at $4850.
(S) 1880 Census, MS, HarrCo, Bt4. Living with daughter Mildreth and her family.
7/7/1881 Rebecca died in HarrCo.; buried in Alexander Cem., StnCo.
(S) Cyril Cane, VII, P141.
Children:
Mary Ann Alexander, born 11/11/1822 in St Tammany Parish, LA.
She married Lorenzo Dow Cooper, born in AL, 1807–1867.
11/17/1897 she died in St Tammany Parish, LA.
[They had 12 children, all lived in LA].
Rebecca Alexander, born 1825 in LA.
~1845 she married General DeKalb O’Neal, s/o James30.
1887 she died, buried in Sand Hill Farm, near Big Level, MS.
Louise Alexander, born 9/20/1827 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.
She married James Alfred O’Neal, s/o James30.
4/4/1904 she died; buried in O’Neal-Cox Cem., StnCo., MS.
John F Alexander, born 5/30/1830 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.
3/12/1856 he married Mary M Walker, born 4/8/1834, died 7/8/1905. (S) HarrCo., MB3, P86.
6/16/1906 John died. Both buried in Alexander Cem., StnCo., MS.
James Alexander, born 1834 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.
10/15/1857 he married Martha O Higginbotham. (S) HarrCo., MB3, P123.
William M Alexander, born 1836 in LA. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
10/24/1859 he married Mary Jane Parker, born 11/25/1840. (S) HarrCo., MB4, P31.
He died in the Civil War.
Daniel B Alexander, born 1838 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
8/18/1875 he married Annie Ollie. (S) HarrCo., MB6, P357.
Polly May E Alexander, born 1841 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
Mildreth Alexander, born 6/4/1845 in MS. (S) 1850,1860 Census.
She married Rev. Aurelious P Cox, a Methodist preacher. Civil War – Co B, 15th Calv.
3/23/1910 Mildreth died; both buried in Alexander Cem., StnCo., MS.

vi. Timothy King, born 1802 in Newberry Distr., SC.
12/13/1829 in St. Tammany Parish, LA, Timothy married Latisha Jenkins, born 1815 in LA; died 5/21/1881 in GA. She was the d/o Abner Jenkins (Veteran of War of 1812) and Mary Bennett.
(S) 1830 Census, LA, St Tammany Parish.
(S) 1840 Census, LA, St Tammany Parish.
1847–1850 died. Latisha is a widow in the 1850 census.
Children:
Nancy P King, born 1831 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.
William Dawson King, born 1844 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.
Civil War veteran.
He married Louisa (Sissy) Revere, born in LA.
Leon B King, born 1846 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.
James T King, born 1848 in LA. (S) 1850 Census.

vii. Mildreth King, born 1804 in Washington Co., GA.
1/17/1822 in Tuscaloosa, Al; Mildreth married William Cooper, born 3/15/1796 in MD, s/o James Cooper and Deborah Owen. Veteran of War of 1812. Operated a mill on Cooper Mill Creek in HarrCo, MS.
No.38:(S) 1830 Census, LA, St Tammany Parish. f 20<30.
9/28/1840, (S) 1840 Census, MS, JaxCo Living next to her sister Rebecca and brother James, and multiple related families. 1m:10-15 not identified.
9/6/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, JaxCo Living next to her mother and brother James. William is a farmer.
2/23/1851, William bought land that sons John, James, Washington & Wesley sold to Claiborne Bond 2/11/1890.
6/25/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, JaxCo, Brickley. Wm. and Milly are farmers with real estate valued at $10,000. Their newly married son James lives with them.
7/7/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, JaxCo, Vancleave.
9/21/1871, William died in NW JaxCo.
12/31/1872, Mildreth died in JaxCo, MS. She is buried in the King Family Cem.
(S) Cyril Cane, VII, P162-3.
Children:
Elizabeth Cooper, born 8/17/1824 in LA. (S) 1830, 1840 Census.
7/14/1840 she died.
John Cooper, born 6/25/1827 in LA. (S) 1830, 1840, 1850 Census.
He married Annie Byrd, born 3/21/1838.
8/11/1862 he served in Co. C, 9th MS Calvary, CSA.
9/30/1870 he married Delily Breland, born 1843.
2/1/1908 he died, buried in Cooper Cem., StnCo., MS.
James S Cooper, born 12/29/1829 in St. Tammany Parish, LA.
(S) 1830,1840,1850,1860 Census.
He married Almeda O’Neal, d/o James30.
9/11/1906 he died, buried in Cooper Cem., StnCo., MS.
Washington Cooper, born 2/24/1834 in LA. (S) 1840, 1850 census.
He married Margaret Jane Byrd, born 2/3/1842, died 11/1/1911.
1870’s he, along with Buck Bond & Shell O’Neal organized a school in N JaxCo.
6/2/1913 he died; both buried in Flurry Cem., GeoCo., MS.
Wesley Cooper, born 8/20/1845 in JaxCo., MS. (S) 1850 Census.
He married Sophronia E Cowart, born 12/31/1852, died 12/26/1940.
1874 he was a JOP of Harrison Co., MS.
2/20/1903 he died. He is buried in a one-grave cem. in GeoCo./JaxCo., MS.

Cox 36 Frazer-Ripley

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36. John Milligan Frazer & 37. Rebecca Sophia Ripley [SC]


1766, Rebecca born in Charleston, SC, d/o 74. George Ripley. [Multiple “Ripley” families were associated with the 2nd Presbyterian Church.]
2/1778, St. Phillips Parish, Charleston, SC, John born s/o 72. John Frazer & 73. Martha Milligan.
3/12/1788 Rebecca [spinster] married William Eayres. (S) St. Phillip’s Church Reg. (1754-1810), Smith & Huger, 1927, P242.
1790 Census, SC, Charleston, Christ Church Parish. Wm. Airs and Rebecca have one son and 7 slaves. See CD Census Record 37-1790.
1790, Charleston City census. John identified as a house carpenter. Only the male “owner” of a house, who was 21 or older, was listed in the federal census – many more individuals are listed in the city census.
5/6/1791, John M. Frazier received medals English, writing and arithmetic, as a student in Mr Nixon’s Academy. (S) City Gazette and Daily Advr.
1794, John Fraser, inspector of customs, 9 Bedon’s Alley. (S) Charleston City Directory.
4/6/1797, John married Rebecca [widow Eiarr]. (S) St. Phillip’s Church Reg., (1754-1810), Smith & Huger, 1927, P265.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, SC, Charleston. It appears that either John or Rebecca’s mother lives with them. 1 m<16 like Rebecca’s son by William. 1 daughter does not appear. There are many “Fraser” families in the Chareston census at this time, but this is the only “John M”. See Census Record 36-1800.
1801, John Milligan Frazer, 10 Pinckney St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
2/1/1801, John held a lease from John Cochran and Louisa Durse for part of a lot on the south side of Trott St. (S) Charleston DB-D7, P381, Off. of the Reg. of Mesne Conveyances.
1802, John Milligan Frazer, House Carpenter, 26 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
10/6/1802, John witness the will of Abraham Joy, married to Susannah Bessileau78i.
1803, John Milligan Frazer, Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
1806, John Milligan Frazer, 26 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
1806, Frazer, John M.; Ancient York Masons, Lodge No. 3. (S) Negrin’s Directory, and Almanac, for the year 1806. J.J. Negrin’s Press, No. 124, East Bay.
1807, John Milligan Frazer, Carpenter, 26 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
11/2/1808, John admitted as a corps member to the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society. He served as a Steward. (S) SC Historical Society, Milligan/Fraser files.
1809, J M Frazer, Carpenter, 34 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
10/2/1809, a Bill of Sale was made from William Chambers to John Milligan Frazer for the sale of a slave named Issac for $400. (S) SCDA&H, Bill of Sale V-4A, P-349.
10/13/1809, a Bill of Sale was made from John Pringle to John M Fraser for the sale of a slave named Jemmy. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-4A, P-356.
1810, (S) 1810 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. The only “John M Frazer”, the number of older males make the census undercipherable. See Census Record 36-1810.
1/25/1810, John signed to be a founder of the 2nd Presbyterian Church of Charleston. (S) The Manual of the 2nd Presbyterian Church, P53. [He and other family members are buried there].
5/21/1812, John made a trust deed to Samuel Richards covering his home, slaves, … in favor of his children. [Each child is listed.] (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
11/24/1812, John M Frazer a member of “Committee of Charleston citizens, petition and supporting papers asking the state to pay them for, and assume ownership of , barracks and a lot privately erected at Haddrells Point in the War of 1812”. (S) SCDA&H, S-165015, Y-1812, I-53.
4/29/1813, John M Frazer named on a judgement roll. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1813, I-166A.
1813, Frazer, John M; Carpenter, Address: 21 Wentworth St., Charleston, SC. (S) A Directory of the City and District of Charleston, and Stranger’s Guide, for the year 1813. 1813, Folker, Joseph, Charleston, S. C., printed by G. M. Bounetheau.
1813, “Morrison, James and Mitchell King, Admors. of James Miller vs John Fraser, survivor of John Fraser, Sr. and surviving member of John Fraser And Son, Judgment Roll.” (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1813, I-139A.
11/3/1813, Frazer, John M. to Dr. Philip Prioleau, Bill Of Sale for a slave named Ceaser, about 30 or 35 years of age and a carpenter by trade. John being a carpenter probably wanted Ceaser as a helper. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-4F, P-466.
11/23/1816, John mentioned in a deed. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190, V-39, P-2.
1816, Frazer, John M; Address: 41 Wentworth St., Charleston, SC. (S) Charleston Directory and Stranger’s Guide, for the year 1816.
1816, Frazer, John; Address: counting house: D’Oyley’s wharf house: 20, East Bay, Charleston, SC. (S) Charleston Directory and Stranger’s Guide, for the year 1816.
4/1818, John trustee in a “summary process”; John J Frazer witness. (S) SCDA&H, L-10068, Y-1818, I-125A. [The property at issue was 3 plantations of Samuel Richards, a printer, – note daughter Martha has the unusual female middle name Richards; and Samuel is named trustee for John’s children.]
1819, Fraser & Son, Carpenters & Boat Builders, Daniel’s Warf. His business was at 41 Wentworth St. He lived at 19 E Bay St. (S) Charleston City Directory.
1/29/1820, John gave Henry Bennett a bond. Just sum $600 and Penal Sum $1,200. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records UUUU, P262.
5/29/1820, John Milligan Frazer to his wife Rebecca Sole Dealer, John Jacob Frazer and William Milligan Frazer Trustees. Consideration $2000. Two lots on Laurens St. running back to Vernon St, leased land with a workshop facing on Laurens St., slave Rachel, and a bathing establishment. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-T, P414.
2/5/1821, (S) 1820 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. A second elderly female lives with them. 2 males under 10 should be listed. [The only other John Fraser lives in Christ Church Parish, is the right age, but his wife appears deceased and he has no male children.] See Census Record 36-1820.
1822, Daniel’s Wharf - Frazer and Sons, Carpenters & Boat Builders. (S) Charleston City Dir.
5/1823, Charleston Marine Society vs John M Fraser; Mortgage to Thomas Bennet satisfied – covered a lease of a lot in Winthrop St. No. 41 from 8/1/1818 for 12 years.. (S) SCDA&H, L-10068, Y-1823, I-220A.
5/9/1823, John borrowed money from William Cannon with the agreement that John make a trust deed to his sons John J and Wm M covering 2 lots, part of the property of the late Christopher Gasden, and his public salt water bathing house. (S) Charleston DB-F9, P455, & DB-L9, PP316&386, Off. of the Reg. of Mesne Conveyances.
5/29/1823, John renewed a trust deed to Samuel Richards covering his home, slaves, … in favor of his children. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1823, John a Grand Steward of the Grand Lodge of Masons in SC. [A member of Charleston Lodge No. 5 which met 2nd Thursday at Seyle’s.]
5/19/1824, Frazer, John M. And Samuel Richards, Trustees For Rebecca Frazer and children to William Cannon, Bill Of Sale for a slave named George. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-5A, P-178.
1825, Son William lives with John at 22 Laurens’s St. The business is located on John St., Wraggsborough Neck. (S) Charleston City Dir.
4/20/1825, John owed $8.50 at a local establishment. (S) SCDA&H, Misc. Records 5B, P129.
12/9/1826, John died intestate in Charleston, SC. “The Friends and Acquaintances of J J and Wm M Frazer and those of their late father John M Frazer, his Masonic Brethren, Members of the Charleston Mechanic and Carpenters’ Societies, are particularly invited to attend the Funeral of the latter, from his late residence East Bay, corner of Lothrop’s Wharf, This Morning, at 10 o’clock, without further invitation. (Monday, December 11.)”. “Died–On Saturday eve. 9th inst. in the 49th year of his age, Mr. John M. Frazer. He faithfully discharged his duties as Husband and Parent . . . . (Tuesday, December 12.).” (S) SC Hist. Mag., V63, P114; 1962.
1829, Rebecca Frazer (widow) on Laurens St. (S) Charleston City Dir. Her sons Charles, William, and John also live on Laurens St.
6/1829, Rebecca admitted to membership of the 2nd Presbyterian Church. (S) Church Records.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, SC, Charleston Co. Rebecca the head of the household; she had 6 slaves. Many of the persons enumerated are unidentifiable. See Census Record 37-1830.
7/16/1838, Equity bills were filed in association of the estate of John naming wife Rebecca and all children. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
1840, (S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co. “Mrs R Fraser”, head of the household; she had 7 slaves. One of her daughters appears to live with her. See Census Record 37-1840.
8/16/1847, Rebecca died. “Also of Rebecca Frazer, Consort of John M. Frazer who departed this life 16th August 1847 In the 81st year of her age. Blessed are the Dead who die in the Lord.” (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records, P9, Charleston, SC. She is buried in the church yard.
(S) A Sketch of the History and Rules of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society, 1901, by Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co. of Charleston.

Children of William and Rebecca: [1 son unknown drowned in early childhood]

i. Elizabeth Mary Ayres, born 1793 in Charleston, SC.
Elizabeth married Richard Cole, born in Bristol, England.
1832, “Mrs. Eliza Cole” dismissed on certificate from the 2nd Presbyterian Church.
Bef. 1837 Richard died.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co. Elizabeth is listed as the head of the family consisting of 4 females, 2:10-15, 1:20-30, 1:30-40.
11/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, SC, Charleston Co., St. Phillips & St. Michaels Parish. Elizabeth lives with the “Symes” family, as does a few other people.
6/5/1860, (S) 1860 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. Elizabeth lives with her daughter Mary and her large family.
1862 Elizabeth died in Augusta, GA; buried in the Magnolia Cem. with her daughter’s family. [She has a granite marker 9 inches tall, and had only lived there 5 months].
Children: [10 children]
Mary Louisa Cole, born 5/2/1817 in Charleston, SC. (S) 1860 Census.
1/26/1837 in Hamburg, SC she married John Walter Stoy, 1810-1874.
(S) 1860 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. John a merchant; 8 children.
10/25/1898 she died in Augusta, GA; buried in the Magnolia Cem. with John.
Children: [7 girls and 3 boys.]
Isabel Augusta Stoy, 1846-1921; buried in the Magnolia Cem. with parents.

Children of John and Rebecca:

ii. John Jacob Frazer, 4/30/1798 in St. Phillips Parish, Charleston, SC.
4/30/1798 John baptized. (S) St Phillip’s Register, P265.
5/21/1812, John named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
4/1818, John trustee in a “summary process”; John J Frazer witness. (S) SCDA&H, L-10068, Y-1818, I-125A.
6/21/1821 John married Sarah Townsend, d/o Stephen [died in 1799], her mother Sarah had died in 1804. (S) Reg. of St. Phillips Church, 1810-1822, Pickney, P108.
5/29/1823, John named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
12/11/1826, John named in his father’s obituary.
2/10/1827, William M Fraser and John J Fraser involved in a lawsuit. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1827, I-145A.
10/8/1828, John Frazer is mentioned in the Augusta [GA] Chronical Newspaper. (S) Augusta Chronical Archives Index. [His brothers lived in Augusta].
1829, John J Frazer, Wood Factor, Laurens Wf. (S) Charleston City Dir. His mother, and brothers Charles & William, also live on Laurens St.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston Neck. 2 sons < 5, 1 daughter <5, Sarah born 1800–1810, a female born 1780–1790 also lives with them; 6 slaves.
6/22/1833, William M Frazer and John J Frazer involved in a lawsuit. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1833, I-423A.
8/1836, John died in Charleston; buried at St. Phillips. “On the 7th inst., Mr. John J. Frazer, in the 39th year of his age....left a widow and three children.”. (S) Marr.’s & Deaths, Charleston Obsv., 1827–1845, P115. [7/16/1838, John named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.]
Children: [note 2 sons from 1830 census and obit are not listed.]
Sarah Ann Frazer, born 5/10/1822 in Charleston.
She was baptized 6/28/1822. (S) Reg. of St. Phillips Church, 1810-1822, Pickney, P75.
~1881 she died; buried in St. Phillips Cem. “Sarah Ann Frazer, daughter of John J. and Sarah Frazer, aged 58 years and 8 mo.” (S) WPA E31, P14, Pt2.
William Scott Frazer, born 1829 in Charleston.
2/10/1855, he married Mary Ann Gadsden, born 1832 in SC, d/o Fisher Gadsden.
(S) 1860 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. No children.
John Jacob Frazer, born 1830 in Charleston.
9/17/1862, he was killed at the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg, MD). [This was the bloodiest day of the Civil War.]
Mary H Frazer, born 1825–1830 in SC.
3/18/1844, she married 1st John C Mikell. “Married in this city on Wednesday evening 3rd inst., by the Rev. Dr. Hanckel, Mr. John C. Mikell, of Edisto Island, to Miss Mary H. Frazer, only daughter of the late J. J. Frazer, Esq.”. (S) Marr.’s & Deaths, Charleston Obsv., 1827–1845, P198.
9/24/1849, she married Dr. John Bellinger of Charleston.
Both are buried at St. Patricks Catholic Church.

iii. William Milligan Frazer ( 18), born 7/2/1800 in Charleston, SC.

iv. Charles Peronneau Frazer, born 1805 in Charleston, SC.
5/21/1812, Charles named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
5/29/1823, Charles named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1829, Charles Frazer, Wood Factor, Laurens Wf. (S) Charleston City Dir. His mother, and brothers John & William, also live on Laurens St.
1830–1831, C. P. Frazier, wood factor, Laurens St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
Charles 1st married Susan E ?, born ~1804,. (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records, P9.
1/12/1832 Charles admitted as the 102nd member to the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
1834 to 1840 Charles served as a Stewart of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
1835–1836, C. P. Frazier, wood factor, Laurens St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
1/12/1837 in Charleston Susan died; “aged 33”; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem. (S) Gravestone & WPA E33, P8.
4/17/1838 in Charleston, Charles 2nd married Hannah Pratt Raymond, born 1808 in CT. “Married on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, Mr. Charles P. Frazer, of this city, to Miss Hannah P., youngest d/o Capt. Nap Raymond, of Brooklyn, N.Y.”. (S) Marr.’s & Deaths, Charleston Obsv., 1827–1845, P137.
1838, Charles was a male teacher of the 2nd Presbyterian Church. (S) Church Manual, P165.
7/16/1838, Charles named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
1840, (S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. C P Frazer (Victoria House), many males and females enumerated due to the residents of the boarding house. He had 13 slaves. Nap Raymond, his father-in-law and a Revolutionary War pensioner also resided at the house.
1841, Charles placed an add in the Augusta GA City Directory for “Victoria House: No. 139 King, corner of Princess St. … Charles P Frazer”, which is described as having a dining room that was “capable of conveniently accommodating 100 persons.” (S) Augusta City Directory. [See CD.]
2/1842, Charles, of Charleston SC, an honorary member of the GA Historical Society. (S) Collections of the GA Hist. Soc., V-II, Publ. 1842, P53.
5/6/1843, Charles created a trust deed for his wife Hannah and daughter Mary covering 11 years on a low water lot where his bathing house was located. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 5-Z, P511.
9/13/1850, (S) 1850 Census, SC, Chareston Co., St Phillips & St Michaels. Charles is a “Keeper of Baths”.
1854 to 1869 Charles served as Secretary of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
9/8/1855, Charles wrote a letter in support of a Dr. Smith who had been the Principal of the College of Charleston in 1792. (S) Annals of the American Pulpit, 1859, P173.
1870 to 1873 Charles served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
6/20/1870, (S) 1870 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. Charles is a “collector of rents”. Hannah does not work. Daughter Mary and her children live with them. A nurse and a cook [with her daughter] also live with them.
1873 Charles died. [According to his grandaughter Eva Raymond Frazer Hughes in a letter 3/19/1943 written to C. O. Johnson, Charles and Susan are buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem., Charleston, SC; in the family lot.]
Children of Susan:
John Milligan Frazer III, born 2/19/1829 in Charleston, SC. (S) 1850 Census.
5/13/1851 he was admitted to the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
He married 2nd Emelia Annie Johnson.
(S) 1870 Census, Columbus, GA. He is a railroad Treasurer [probably a ticket agent], married, 1 daughter. [Also an Elder in the 1st Presbyterian Church.]
4/1906, he lived in Mexico City as Treasurer of the Mexican National Railway.
10/28/1910 he died in NYC; buried in Linwood Cem., Columbus, GA, lot 41.
Edward Laurens Frazer, born 12/17/1832 in Charleston, SC. (S) 1850 Census.
9/27/1851, he died after falling from a horse; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem., Plot 42; “Aged 18 years 10 months 10 days.” (S) WPA, E33, P7. [The inscription mentions parents, a brother and a sister.]
Children of Hannah:
Mary Geraldine Frazer, born 1838 in Charleston, SC.
3/21/1860, she married William Norton Hughes [1827–1872], born in Philadelphia, PA. (S) Baptist Marriages and Deaths, SC, 1835-1865, P94.
(S) 1870 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. Unmarried, 4 children.
She married 2nd William Harall [died 8/6/1877.]
Child: Eva Raymond Frazer Hughes – published lineage back to John of Scotland in 1907.
Victoria Alexina Frazer, born 2/1840 in Charleston, SC.
8/15/1842, she died; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem; “Daughter of C.P. and H.P. Frazer Aged 2 year and 6 months.” (S) WPA, E33, P8.

v. John Milligan Frazer II, born 1807 in Charleston, SC.

iv. Mary Ann Frazer, born 1809 in Charleston, SC.
5/21/1812, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
5/29/1823, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1/21/1826, Mary 1st married William Crosby; died 1837 in Montgomery, AL. (S) SCDA&H, S-108092, R29, F1.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Colleton, St. Bartholomews. “Wm Crosby” born 1870–1880, Mary born 1790–1800; no children.
Mary moved to Washington-on-the-Brazos in TX to live her brother-in-law, Col. J. J. Crosby.
7/16/1838, Mary [and Wm.] named in equity bills of her father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
4/10/1839, Mary 2nd married Major Henry R Cartmell. [2 daughters, 1 son].
Mary died in Washington Co., TX.
Children:
Josiah Frazer Crosby, born 1/3/1829 in Charleston, SC.
(S) 1850 Census, TX, Washington Co. He is an attorney.
8/30/1856 in Austin, Travis Co., TX, he married 2nd Josephine Bremond, born 1839 in PA.
(S) 1880 Census, TX, Harris Co., Houston. Josphine has 8 children & 4 servants.
1/3/1904, he died in Houston, TX.

vii. Martha Richards Frazer, born ~1811 in Charleston, SC.
5/21/1812, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
5/29/1823, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1824, Martha danced with the Marquis de Lafayette when he made a visit to Charleston. (S) Rememberance letter of Bettie Matthews, 9/26/1949 when she was 80 years old, sent to Owen Johnson.
11/8/1827, Martha married Capt. George Osborne, mariner, born in MA.
7/1/1828, Martha’s brother William gave a $224 mortgage to George Osborne. (S) SCDA&H, Misc. Records 5F, P74.
7/16/1838, Martha and George named in equity bills of her father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
They moved to Williston, Barnwell Co., SC.
Children: [3 sons]
George Osborne Jr, born 1846 in SC.
CSA: Co. I, 11th Regt., SC Inf.
He married Mary C ?. [died in 7/6/1873.]
1877–1878, he was Commissioner of Barnwell Co., SC.
1/26/1882 he died; both buried in St John’s Episcopal Church, Charleston.
Charles Frazer Osborne, born 1851 in SC.
He married Angeline ?, born 1857 in SC.
(S) 1880 Census, SC, Barnwell Co., Williston. 1 daughter.

viii. James Laurens Frazer, born 11/18/1813 in Charleston, SC.
2/20/1814, James baptized. (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records.
5/29/1823, James named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
James married Elizabeth Martha Mitchell, born 1817, d/o James.
9/21/1836, Elizabeth died at age 19 in Charleston; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem.
1837, James moved to Augusta, GA where his brother William had moved.
7/16/1838, James named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
(S) 1840 Census, GA, Richmond Co., Augusta. “J L” is single.
1841, James is a Director of the Bank of Augusta. (S) Augusta City Directory, P28. His address is given as “coffeehouse, Broad, opposite Mechanics Bank”. [See CD Misc Graphics.]
1844 James died. “Died at the U.S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga., on Wednesday 21st ult., Mr. James Laurence Frazer, in the 31st year of his age, a native of this city, but for several years past a resident of that state.” (S) Marriages and Deaths, Charleston Observer, 1827–1845, P202. According to Charles Owen Johnson, the US Hotel in Augusta, GA was owned by the Frazer family.
Children:
Henry Laurens Frazier, born ? in Charleston.
He married his 1st cousin Emiline Maria Frazier18v, d/o William.
[See Emiline for more info.]

ix. George Ripley Frazer, 5/2/1817 in Charleston, SC.
6/20/1817 George christened. (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records.
5/29/1823, George named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
7/16/1838, George named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
1/1843, in Augusta, GA, George signed the marriage bond for his sister Susannah.
~1845 In Macon, GA he married Malvina C ? [Jackson], born 1820 in GA. (S) Marriages and Deaths, Charleston Observer, 1827–1845, P199.
8/16/1850, (S) 1850 Census, GA, Richmond Co. George is a clerk. Malvina’s son James Jackson lives with them. They have 2 children.
Bet. Aug. and Nov. they moved to Dekalb Co., GA., appearing a 2nd time in the 1850 census.
11/14/1850, (S) 1850 Census, GA, Dekalb Co. George is a clerk. Malvina’s son James Jackson lives with them. They have 2 children.
6/9/1860, (S) 1850 Census, GA, Glynn Co., Brunswick. George is a printer, and recently remarried to a widow, Amanda Readdick [McConn], born 1825 in GA, who had a lot of money.
CSA: George R Frazer, Bvt 2nd Lieutenant, Capt. Harris Independent Co., Brunswick Rifles, GA Infantry. [He enlisted in Brunswick GA.]
6/7/1870, (S) 1870 Census, GA, GLynn Co., Brunswick. George is an auctioneer. He has land valued at $5000 and a personal estate of $1000.
Bef. 1880 George died; buried in Oak Grove Cem., Brunswick, GA. [Amanda and daughter Melvina live alone in the 1880 census.]
10/20/1907, Amanda died; buried with George.
Children of Malvina:
Elizabeth Frazer, born 1846 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
Malvina Frazer, born 2/1850 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
Children of Amanda:
Melvina Amanda Frazer, born 1864 in GA. (S) 1870, 1880 Census.
She married Charles Black.
1953, she died in Savannah, GA; buried in Oak Grove Cem., Brunswick, GA. Her death certificated identifies her mother as Amanda Readdick.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Bell XXXIII Montgomery-Scott

Hugh Montgomery Sr & XXXV. Margaret Scott {George Town Distr. SC}

1746, Hugh born in Co. Atrium, Ireland, s/o 66. John Montgomery.
1752, Margaret born in Charles Town, SC, d/o LXX. George Scott & Elizabeth ?.
10/1772, Hugh and his family departed from Larne, Ireland on the ship Lord Dunluce for SC. The Lord Dunluce was a 400 ton ship carrying about 400 passengers captained by James Gilles.
12/20/1772, Hugh and his family arrived in Charles Town, SC. [See No. 66 notes.]
1/6/1773, Hugh granted 100 acres identified in Plat Folder 1369, in Craven Co. on the waters of Little River, bordered by John Smith; and to be surveyed on 3/16/1773. (S) No.66 Family Notes, No.3, P48. This indicates he was single when he arrived. Each immigrant also received 10 pounds gold to build a house. (S) See No.66. This land is located in what is now Fairfield Co.
1774, Hugh married Margaret in SC.
2/10/1775, Hugh, land grant for 186 acres in Craven Co. (S) SCDA&H, S-213019, V-35, P-130.
1776 [or later], Hugh, account audited (file no. 5310a) of claims growing out of the American Revolution. (S) SCDA&H, S-108092, Reel-106, F-284.
(S) 1778 SC Census, Georgetown: Hugh Montgomery.
(S) 1780 SC Census, Georgetown: Hugh Montgomery.
12/7/1785, Hugh, plat for 37 acres on Waters Of Cedar Swamp, George Town Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190, V-8, P-314.
12/9/1785, Hugh, plat for 90 acres on Waters Of Cedar Swamp, George Town Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190, V-8, P-315.
6/20/1786, Hugh, plat for 195 acres on Waters Of Cedar Swamp, George Town Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190, V-16, P-198.
7/6/1790, Hugh named an executor in his father-in-law’s will. (S) No.70 Family notes.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, George Town Dist.
4/3/1792, Hugh a signer for “George Town District, presentment concerning the need of a coroner, the recent act to ascertain the jurisdiction of Charleston, the Court of Wardens, and the sheriffs mileage fees. (S) SCDA&H, S-165010, Y-1792, I-8.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, SC, Lancaster Distr.
3/10/1804 High wrote his will. Fairfield Co. (Estate Packet: File 23, Pkg. 339).
4/17/1804 Hugh died in Lancaster Dist., SC.
5/7/1804 Hugh’s will was proved by Jno Buchanan. Recorded 9/20/1804.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Lancaster Dist. “Margery”, >45, is living alone.
Family notes:
·         Will of Hugh Montgomery Senior: “In the Name of God Amen. I Hugh Montgomery Senior being weak in body but of sound mind and calling to remembrance my mortality I now make and ordain this my last wil and Testament in the manner following  That is to say, I lend and bequeath unto my beloved wife Margaret Montgomery during her life and to be at her disposal during her life all my lands goods chattels and property of every kind real and personal to distribute and give in such manner and when as she pleases, that at her decease my land be divided into two equal parts and given to my sons David and Charles with an equal division of the utensils for working it. That all my other property and moveables be equally divided amongst my Children David, Charles, Margret, Elizabeth and Martha; As to my Hugh and Jane who have already received from me a comptency of worldly substance at their marriage I bequeath unto them the Sum of ten Dollars each. And I appoint the Revd. James Rogers and Charles Montgomery Senr. as the Executors of this my last Will and Testament. Subscribed and Sealed this 10th Day of March 1804.” Signed and Sealed in the Presence of Thos. Parrott, James Mc.Gill. /s/ Hugh Montgomery. (S) Fairfield Wills, V1, B5, P80.
Children of Hugh and Margaret:
i. George Montgomery, born 8/24/1775 in SC.
5/11/1800 George died. [Not mentioned in his father’s will.]
ii. Jane Montgomery, born 7/24/1778 in SC.
Jane married William Rice.
3/10/1804, Jane identified as married in her father’s will and given $10.
iii. Hugh Montgomery Jr, born 9/14/1780 in SC.
3/10/1804, Hugh identified as married in his father’s will and given $10.
1810, (S) 1810 Census, SC, Fairfield: m:01010, f:10110.
1/31/1814, Hugh witnessed the will of William Davis Thomas (s/o No.168).
1820, (S) 1820 Census, SC, Fairfield: m:10010, f:00110.
1/25/1826, Hugh died in SC.
iv. William Montgomery, born ~1782 in SC.
Died or moved bef. 1804, he is not listed in his father’s will.
v. James Montgomery, born 2/3/1784 in SC.
Died or moved bef. 1804, he is not listed in his father’s will.
vi. David Montgomery, born 1/2/1786 in SC.
3/10/1804, David identified in his father’s will and given half of the estate.
8/8/1811 in Fairfield Dist., SC he married Martha Thompson, born 12/1787 in SC, d/o William & Elizabeth. Married by James Rogers at 12 Noon.
(S) 1829 SC Census, Fairfield Co. David Montgomery has 9 persons in his household.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Fairfield. David lives next to Hugh Bell16; 4 sons, 3 daughters.
(S) 1840 Census, MS, OktCo. David; wife; 2 males 20-30, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20.
10/27/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo. David is a farmer; real estate valued at $16,000. No children at home.
7/20/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, OktCo., Starkville. David is a farmer; real estate valued at $38,000; personal estate at $110,000. The slave schedule indicates he owns 97 slaves.
2/7/1871, Martha died in Starkville, MS; buried in the ARP Cem.
12/8/1872, David died in Starkville, MS; buried with Martha.
vii. Margaret Montgomery, born 10/24/1788 in SC.
No.34:(S) 1800 Census, f:10<15 .="" o:p="">
3/10/1804, Margaret identified in her father’s will.
7/8/1813 in SC Margaret married James Nason, born 8/29/1782 in Dublin, Cork Co., Ireland.
1825, they moved to GA.
(S) 1830 Census, GA, Gwinette Co. Jas Nason; wife, 5 boys, 4 girls.
(S) 1840 Census, MS, OktCo. James Nason; wife, 4 boys, 2 girls
(S) 1841 MS Census, OktCo. James Nason.
(S) 1845 MS Census, OktCo. James Nason.
11/2/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo. James is a farmer. No children at home.
11/22/1852, Margaret died; buried with James.
11/1/1855, James died; both buried ARP Cem., Starkville, OktCo., MS
Children:
Catherine Atkins Nason, born 7/4/1814 in SC.
She married William M Bell.
8/31/1847 she died. [Consort of Robert Bell – buried in the ARP Cem., Starkville.]
George Lancaster Nason, born 3/6/1816 in SC. [twin]
He married Missouri Ann Betts, born 1822 in GA.
1880 he died in MS.
Margaret Scott Nason, born 3/6/1816 in SC.  [twin]
She never married.
(S) 1860 Census, MS, OktCo., Starkville. She lives with the James McKell family.
4/12/1873 she died; buried in the ARP Cem., Starkville, MS.
John Franklin Nason, born 3/9/1818 in SC.
12/13/1843, he married Jane Montgomery, born 1826 in TN.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, Pontotoc Co., 2 children.
Elizabeth Jean Nason, born 3/2/1820 in SC.
She married David McKell, s/o Betsy Bell32viii.
3/16/1875 she died in Starkville, MS; buried in ARP Cem.
Mary Myranda Nason, born 1/12/1822 in SC.
1/13/1847, she married her 1st cousin Hugh Montgomery Reynolds.
2/9/1863 she died in AR.
William Pinckney Nason, born 5/16/1824 in Fairfield District, SC.
6/12/1866, he married 2nd Sarah A Griffith.
7/16/1909 he died in Kirksville, MO.
Hugh Montgomery Nason, born 5/27/1826 in GA.
 (S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo. Blacksmith living with William Bell.
6/24/1866, he married Nancy E Middleton, d/o Robert & Eurena Thompson; died 1/30/1921.
1/19/1896 he died; both buried in Odd Fellows Cem., Starkville, MS.
Dr. Richard Calvin Wilson Nason, born 9/22/1828 in GA.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo. Med Student living with William Bell.
10/26/1852 he died; buried in the ARP Cem., Starkville, MS.
viii. Elizabeth Jane Montgomery, born 12/21/1790 in SC.
No.34:(S) 1800 Census, f<10 .="" o:p="">
3/10/1804, Elizabeth identified in her father’s will.
She married 1st William Reynolds.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Fairfield Co. William Reynolds; wife, 1 boy, 2 girls.
William died in Fairfield, SC.
She married 2nd James McGill [possibly a widower with children.]
(S) 1820 Census, SC, Fairfield. James McGill, wife, multiple families living together.
(S) 1830 Census, GA, Gwinette Co. James born 1770–1780; Jane 1780–1790; 3 boys 20 or under, 1 girl 20 or over.
2/29/1844 “Betsy” died; buried Gwinnette Co., GA.
Children of William:
Malcolm Reynolds, born 1812 in SC.
He married Lucinda Bradford, born 1815 in SC.
1840–1844 they lived in GA.
1845 they moved to MS after Betsy died.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo., 7 children; they live next to his brother Hugh & half-sister Elizabeth.
Hugh Montgomery Reynolds, born 1/18/1818 in SC.
10/1838, he married Martha Ann Hamilton, born 1/1823.
1/13/1847, he married his 1st cousin Mary Myranda Nason.
1840–1844 they lived in GA.
1845 they moved to MS after Betsy died.
4/9/1845, Martha died; buried in ARP Cem., Starkville.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo., 5 children; He lives next to his brother Malcom & half-sister Elizabeth.
11/27/1893 he died in Camden, AR.
Children of James:
Elizabeth McGill, born 1830 in GA.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo., she lives between her brothers Malcom & Hugh.
ix. Martha Montgomery, born 9/27/1793 in SC.
x. Charles G Montgomery, born 8/28/1796 in SC.
No.34:(S) 1800 Census, m<10 .="" o:p="">
3/10/1804, Charles identified in his father’s will and given half of the estate.
5/9/1816, Charles married Margaret Livingston, born 3/6/1797 in SC; d/o John Livingston.
1822–1832, they moved to GA.
1840–1850, they moved to MS.
9/9/1850, (S) 1850 Census, MS, OktCo. Charles is a farmer with land valued at $120.
5/16/1855, Margaret died.
8/21/1860, (S) 1860 Census, MS, OktCo. Charles is a farmer. “Jane Montgomery”, 22, born in AL, and a 3 year old male live with him. [This may be 2nd wife Jane Elizabeth Sneed.]
7/22/1870, (S) 1870 Census, MS, OktCo. Charles is a farmer. Jane, now 32, and a 2 year old male live with him.
Children:
David W Montgomery, born 5/18/1818 in SC.
        David married Patience Emeline Buford.
10/25/1850, David died in Haynesville, Claiborne Co., LA.
Martha Montgomery, born 1822 in SC. (S) 1850 Census.
Caroline Montgomery, born 1832 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
William Montgomery, born 1835 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
Alonzo Montgomery, born 1836 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
He married Martha ?, born 1837 in SC.
(S) 1880 Census, MS, Clay Co. Martha has typhoid fever; 5 children.
Margaret Montgomery, born 1840 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.

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