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251
Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: George F Fortenberry
Spouse: Sarah Fielder
Marriage Date: 4 Feb 1894
County: Dekalb
State: Alabama
Performed By Title: MG
Performed by Name: J B Appleton
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1930 United States Federal Census
Name: George F Fortenberry
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1879
Birthplace: Alabama
Race: White
Home in 1930: East Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama
View Map
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Sally E Fortenberry
Father's Birthplace: Alabama
Mother's Birthplace: South Carolina
Household Members:
Name Age
George F Fortenberry 51
Sally E Fortenberry 50
Henry W Fortenberry 21
Leonard Fortenberry 19
Pearl M Fortenberry 16
Willie H Fortenberry 14
Floyd H Fortenberry 11

Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974 about George Franklin Fortenberry
Name: George Franklin Fortenberry
Birth Date: abt 1877
Death Date: 14 May 1957
Death Place: Altalla, Etowah, Alabama
Death Age: 80
Gender: Male
Father Name: John Fortenberry
Mother Name: Sarah Fidder
FHL Film Number: 1908919

Web: Alabama, Find A Grave Index, 1817-2011
Name: George F Fortenberry
Birth Date: 9 Jan 1877
Age at Death: 80
Death Date: 14 May 1957
Burial Place: Etowah County, Alabama, USA
URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-... 
Fortenberry, George Franklin (I11327)
 
252
Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: William Love
Marriage Date: Jun 1942
County: Montgomery
State: Alabama
Source information: Alabama Center for Health Statistics

Alabama Divorce Index, 1950-1959
Spouse 1: William C Love
Gender: Male
Spouse 2: Jesse B Love (Jessie Billings)
Gender: Female
Divorce Date: Feb 1956
County: Jefferson

Social Security Death Index
Name: William Love
Last Residence: 35115 Montevallo, Shelby, Alabama, United States of America
Born: 16 Jan 1912
Died: Mar 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (Before 1951)
 
Love, William Carl (I11439)
 
253
Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920 (Selected Counties)
David C. Beasley
Spouse 1: Betheny I. Avery
Spouse 2: David C. Beasley
Marriage Date: 19 Aug 1858
Marriage Place: Shelby
Performed By: JP

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: David Beasley
Age in 1860: 21
Birth Year: abt 1839
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1860: Shelby, Alabama
Gender: Male
Post Office: Montevallo
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
David Beasley 21
Tharey Beasley 32
Zack Avery 9
Sue Bearly 1

Alabama Civil War Muster Rolls, 1861-1865
Name: David C Beasley
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1839
Military unit: 30th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Military Unit - Company: D
Muster Roll Date: 16 Mar 1862
Rank: Private
Age: 23
Place of Enlistment - County: Tallapoosa
Place of Enlistment - State: Alabama
Roll #: 331
Archive Collection #: SG025040-6

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Beasley, David C. (I11645)
 
254
Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
Name: Julian Culpepper
Birth Date: abt 1917
Birth Place: Fort Payne
Death Date: 7 Aug 1917
Death Place: Fort Payne, Dekalb, Alabama
Burial Place: Marlial County
Cemetery Name: Mt. Vernun Cem.
Death Age: 0
Race: White
Marital status: Single
Gender: Male
Father Name: James Monroe Culpepper
Father Birth Place: Alabama
Mother Name: Nola B Culpepper
Mother Birth Place: Alabama
FHL Film Number: 1894138 
Culpepper, Julian (I2712)
 
255
Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
Name: Lucy Ann Rasberry
[Lucy Ann Parnell]
Birth Date: 19 Feb 1860
Death Date: 17 Feb 1926
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Burial Date: 17 Feb 1926
Death Age: 65
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Female
Father Name: John Parnell
Mother Name: Jane Lenoir
Spouse Name: Sheperd Rasberry
FHL Film Number: 1908279 
Parnell, Lucy A. (I11748)
 
256
Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
Name: M C Crenshaw
Birth Date: abt 1840
Death Date: 22 Jun 1918
Death Place: Jedds, Monroe, Alabama
Death Age: 78
Gender: Male
FHL Film Number: 1908198

Alabama Deaths, 1908-59
Name: M. C. Crenshaw
Death Date: 22 Jun 1918
Death County: Monroe
Volume: 28
Roll: 1
Page #: 489 
Crenshaw, M. C. (Micajah?) (I11932)
 
257
Alabama, Homestead and Cash Entry Patents, Pre-1908
Name: Rees Shelby
Land Office: Huntsville
Document Number: 1267
Total Acres: 78.19
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: 1 Oct 1823
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 E½NE HUNTSVILLE No 1S 12W 19
 
Shelby, Rees Jr. (I9558)
 
258
Alabama, Marriage Collection
Name: Bethana S Thames
Spouse: Duke Avery (Luke Avery)
Marriage Date: 8 Oct 1851
County: Shelby
State: Alabama
Performed by Name: James L Clower
Comments: Handwritten note used
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920
about David C. Beasley
Spouse 1: Betheny I. Avery
Spouse 2: David C. Beasley
Marriage Date: 19 Aug 1858
Marriage Place: Shelby
Performed By: JP
Surety/Perf. Name: H. Busby



 
Thames, Bethana S. (I866)
 
259
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Edward L Love
Marriage Date: Oct 1946
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama
Source information: Alabama Center for Health Statistics

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: Edward L Love
Gender: Male
Residence Year: 1949
Street address: 225 Queenstown av
Residence Place: Birmingham, Alabama
Occupation: Loco Flremn
Spouse: Ola E Love
Publication Title: Birmingham, Alabama, City Directory, 1949

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Edward L Love
Birth Year: 1922
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Alabama
State of Residence: Alabama
County or City: Jefferson
Enlistment Date: 23 Apr 1943
Enlistment State: Alabama
Enlistment City: Fort McClellan
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 1 year of college
Civil Occupation: Locomotive firemen
Marital Status: Single, without dependents 
Love, Edward Leon (I7380)
 
260
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Elijah Campbell
Spouse: Lizzey Kemp
Marriage Date: 18 Mar 1820
County: Bibb
State: Alabama
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920 (Selected Counties)
about Kissery Campbell
Spouse 1: Elisha Robinson
Spouse 2: Kissery Campbell
Marriage Place: Coosa
OSPage: 66

Family story is that Lizzie married after Elijah's death to Elisha Robison.

1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Kissiah Campbell
Age: 45
Birth Year: abt 1805
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1850: Coosa, Coosa, Alabama
Gender: Female
Family Number: 708
Household Members:
Name Age
Kissiah Campbell 45
Ire Campbell 26
James Campbell 21
George W Campbell 20
William Campbell 12
Wiley Campbell 10

Description: Daughter of Elijah and Keziah is Cynthia Campbell, born about 1827, She married Emory Davenport Aug. 19, 1845 in Bibb Co., Al. He was the son of James Madison Davenport and Elizabeth Gentry. They are listed in the 1850,60,70,80,and 1900 census.
She is named in Elijah's will. 
Kemp, Rebecca Keziah (I1391)
 
261
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: James Rasberry
Spouse: Irma Hayes (Irena)
Marriage Date: 16 Apr 1842
County: Shelby
State: Alabama
Performed By Title: Justice of the Peace
Performed by Name: W F Callaway
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1850 United States Federal Census
Name: James Rasbury
Age: 27
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1823
Birth Place: Mississippi
Gender: Male
Home in 1850(City,County,State): E C River, Bibb, Alabama
Household Members:
Name Age
James Rasbury 27
Arena Rasbury 28
William Rasbury 7
Mary Rasbury 6
Enoch Rasbury 5
Epsy Rasbury 4
Thomas Rasbury 3
James Rasbury 6/12
Jackson Hayes 21

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: James Ruspberry
[James Raspberry]
Age in 1860: 37
Birth Year: abt 1823
Birthplace: Mississippi
Home in 1860: East Side Cahaba River, Bibb, Alabama
Gender: Male
Post Office: Maplesville
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
James Ruspberry 37
Cyrena Ruspberry 37
Mary Ruspberry 16
William Ruspberry 17
Enoch Ruspberry 15
Epsy Ruspberry 13
Thomas Ruspberry 11
James Ruspberry 9
Malona Ruspberry 7
George Ruspberry 6
Shelly Ruspberry 4
Martha Ruspberry 2

1870 United States Federal Census
Name: James Rasberry
Age in 1870: 46
Birth Year: abt 1824
Birthplace: Mississippi
Home in 1870: Precinct 3, Baker, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Male
Post Office: Chestnut Creek
Household Members:
Name Age
James Rasberry 46
Irene Rasberry 41
James Rasberry 20
Malonia Rasberry 17
George Rasberry 15
Shelby Rasberry 13
Martha Rasberry 11
Josephine Rasberry 9
John Rasberry 6

1880 United States Federal Census
Name: James Rasbery
Age: 57
Birth Year: abt 1823
Birthplace: Mississippi
Home in 1880: Benson, Chilton, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Irena Rasbery
Father's Birthplace: Georgia
Mother's Name: Mary Rasbery
Mother's Birthplace: Georgia
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Farmer
Household Members:
Name Age
James Rasbery 57
Irena Rasbery 58
Josiphene Rasbery 18
John Rasbery 15
Mcdarner Oden 17
Mary Rasbery 80

1900 United States Federal Census
Name: James Rasbery
[James Rasberry]
[James Barbery]
Age: 77
Birth Date: Jun 1822
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1900: Benson, Chilton, Alabama
[Chilton]
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Rena Rasbery
[Josephine Gibson]
Marriage Year: 1844
Years Married: 56
Father's Birthplace: Georgia
Mother's Birthplace: Georgia
Household Members:
Name Age
James Rasbery 77
Rena Rasbery 80
Thomas J Gibson 25
Josephine Gibson 40
Perse Gibson 2
William T Rasbery18

Web: Alabama, Find A Grave Index, 1750-2012
Name: James P. Rasberry
Birth Date: Jun 1822
Age at Death: 82
Death Date: 5 Jan 1905
Burial Place: Chilton County, Alabama, USA
URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-...
 
Rasberry, James P. (I9037)
 
262
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Josiah Beasley
Spouse: Elizabeth Campbell
Marriage Date: 29 Aug 1826
County: Bibb
State: Alabama
Source information: Hunting For Bears

1850 United States Federal Census
Josiah Beasley
Birthplace: TN
Home in 1850: Shelby, Alabama
Gender: Male
Family Number: 794
Household Members:
Name Age
Josiah Beasley 48
Elizabeth Beasley 40
William Beasley 20
Mary Beasley 18
Henry Beasley 15
John Beasley 13
David Beasley 11
Harrison Beasley 9
Elmira Beasley 7
Jane Beasley 5

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Elizabeth Beasley
Age in 1860: 51
Birth Year: abt 1809
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1860: Shelby, Alabama
Gender: Female
Post Office: Montevallo
Household Members:
Name Age
Josiah Beasley 53
Elizabeth Beasley 51
J H Beasley 19
E E Beasley 15
D J Beasley 13
Mary M Beasley 10

1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Elizabeth Beasley
Age in 1870: 59
Birth Year: abt 1811
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1870: Township 16 Range 3, Jefferson, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Female
Post Office: Elyton
Household Members:
Name Age
R J Beasley 23
E V Beasley 22
H E Beasley 1
Elizabeth Beasley 59

1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Elizabeth Beasley
Age: 72
Birth Year: abt 1808
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1880: Providence, Chilton, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Josiah Beasley
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: South Carolina
Occupation: Keeping House
Household Members:
Name Age
Josiah Beasley 75
Elizabeth Beasley 72

Web: Alabama, Find A Grave Index, 1817-2011
Name: Josiah Beasley
Birth Date: 1802
Age at Death: 81
Death Date: 3 Jul 1883
Burial Place: Chilton County, Alabama, USA
URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-...
 
Beasley, Joseph Josiah (I4004)
 
263
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Mary A Love
Marriage Date: 16 Jul 1940
County: Shelby
State: Alabama
Source information: Alabama Center for Health Statistics

Mary divorced Thomas Beal in 1941. In 1944 she married Vincent
"Vince" Charles Rotolo and moved to Pueblo Colorado.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Mary A. Rotolo
Born: 29 Oct 1919
Died: 16 Dec 1993
State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (Before 1951) 
Love, Mary Alice (I7612)
 
264
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Michael Crenshaw
Spouse: Manerva Seale
Marriage Date: 19 Nov 1868
County: Shelby
State: Alabama
Performed by Name: Joe Boxly
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1880 United States Federal Census
Name: M. R. Crenshaw
Age: 32
Birth Year: abt 1848
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1880: Pontotoc, Mississippi
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: M. J. Crenshaw
Father's Birthplace: Georgia
Mother's Birthplace: Georgia
Occupation: Farmer
Household Members:
Name Age
M. R. Crenshaw 32 (Michael Rudolph)
M. J. Crenshaw 32
W. J. Crenshaw 10
Wm. H. Crenshaw 8
Susan J. Crenshaw 6
R. D. Crenshaw 5m

1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Michael R Crenshaw
Age: 55
Birth Date: May 1845
Birthplace: South Carolina
Home in 1900: Carbon Hill, Walker, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Manervy J Crenshaw
Marriage Year: 1870
Years Married: 30
Father's Birthplace: South Carolina
Mother's Birthplace: South Carolina
Household Members:
Name Age
Michael R Crenshaw 55
Manervy J Crenshaw 54
Susan J Crenshaw 23
Robert D Crenshaw 20
Ellen E Crenshaw 17
John L Crenshaw 15
Lillie E Crenshaw 10
Daniel M Robins 26
Curtis L Robins 22
Lee Pender 25
Amos Seals 22
Jackson Davis 40

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: Michael Crenshaw
Gender: Male
Spouse: Minerva Crenshaw
Publication Title: Birmingham, Alabama, City Directory, 1912


Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974 about M R Crenshaw
Name: M R Crenshaw
Birth Date: abt 1849
Birth Place: United States
Death Date: 18 Jan 1918
Death Place: Shelby, Alabama
Death Age: 69
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Male
FHL Film Number: 1908192 
Crenshaw, Michael Rudolph (I11878)
 
265
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Robert G Love
Marriage Date: 16 Jun 1950
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama
Source information: Alabama Center for Health Statistics

U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Robert Love
Name: Robert Love
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 10 Jan 1929
Death Date: 16 Dec 1983
SSN: 416324887
Branch 1: NAVY
Enlistment Date 1: 16 Dec 1954
Release Date 1: 7 Dec 1956

Social Security Death Index
Name: Robert Love
SSN:
Born: 10 Jan 1929
Last Benefit: 35901 Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama, United States of America
Died: Dec 1983
State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (Before 1951) 
Love, Robert Gerald Sr. (I7269)
 
266
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Thomas Collins
Spouse: Sarah Ann Rasberry
Marriage Date: 7 Aug 1848
County: Shelby
State: Alabama
Performed By Title: Justice of the Peace
Performed by Name: James Cobb
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Thos Collins
[Thomas Collins]
Age in 1870: 48
Birth Year: abt 1822
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1870: Randolph, Bibb, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Male
Post Office: Randolph
Household Members:
Name Age
Thos Collins 48
Sarah Collins 38
Joseph Robinson 19
James Collins 17
Celia Collins 14
Joseph Collins 9
Eveline Collins 8
Ella Collins 6
Irena Collins 3

1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Thomas Collins
Age: 57
Birth Year: abt 1823
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1880: Randolph, Bibb, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Sarah Collins
Father's Birthplace: Georgia
Mother's Birthplace: Georgia
Occupation: Farmer
Household Members:
Name Age
Thomas Collins 57
Sarah Collins 48
Joel Collins 20
Virginia Collins 18
Lauretta Collins 14
Rena Collins 12
Milton Collins 9
William Collins 6
Jake Griffin 15

1900 United States Federal Census about Thos Collins
Name: Thos Collins
Age: 77
Birth Date: Jul 1822
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1900: Randolph, Bibb, Alabama
[Bibb]
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Sarah Collins
Marriage Year: 1850
Years Married: 50
Father's Birthplace: Alabama
Mother's Birthplace: Alabama
Household Members:
Name Age
Thos Collins 77
Sarah Collins 67
Alice Adkins 19

Web: Alabama, Find A Grave Index, 1750-2012
Name: Thomas Collins
Birth Date: 26 Jul 1822
Age at Death: 85
Death Date: 6 Feb 1908
Burial Place: Bibb County, Alabama, USA
URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-...


 
Collins, Thomas S. (I11746)
 
267
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: William W Burton
Marriage Date: 21 Nov 1940
County: Hale
State: Alabama
Source information: Alabama Center for Health Statistics

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: William W Burton
Gender: Male
Residence Year: 1960
Street Address: 223 4th CT
Residence Place: Birmingham, Alabama
Occupation: Checker
Spouse: Lurlene M Burton
Publication Title: Birmingham, Alabama, City Directory, 1960

Web: Alabama, Find A Grave Index, 1755-2012
Name: William W Burton
Birth Date: 1901
Age at Death: 80
Death Date: 1981
Burial Place: Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama, USA


 
Burton, William Wesley (I11767)
 
268
Alabama, Select Marriages, 1816-1957
Name: James Campbell
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 9 Jan 1851
Marriage Place: , Coosa, Alabama
Spouse: Nancy Mizzle
FHL Film Number: 1290263 IT 1-4

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: James Campbell
Age in 1860: 31
Birth Year: abt 1829
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1860: Subdivision 2, Coosa, Alabama
Gender: Male
Post Office: Mount Olive
Household Members:
Name Age
James Campbell 31
Nancy Campbell 26
John M Campbell 5
Baby Campbell 3

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name: James Campbell
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Alabama
Regiment Name: Cp. of Instr. Talladega Ala.
Regiment Name Expanded: Camp of Instruction, Talladega, Alabama
Film Number: M374 roll 7

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: James Campbell
Age in 1860: 31
Birth Year: abt 1829
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1860: Subdivision 2, Coosa, Alabama
Gender: Male
Post Office: Mount Olive
Household Members:
Name Age
James Campbell 31
Nancy Campbell 26 (Nancy Mizzel)
John M Campbell 5
Baby Campbell 3 (Jasper Robert T.)

1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Nancy Cambell (Nancy Mizzel ?)
Age in 1870: 33
Birth Year: abt 1837
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1870: Township 20 Range 4, Talladega, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Female
Post Office: Wiwaka
Household Members:
Name Age
Nancy Cambell 33 (Nancy Mizzel ?)
Jasper R T Cambell 14
George H Cambell 10
William C Cambell 9
James N Cambell 6
Nathan P M Cambell 6/12


 
Campbell, James (I6540)
 
269
American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Ulysses Alexander
Residence: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Occupation: Blacksmith
Enlistment Date: 17 Jul 1861
Enlistment Place: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 17 July 1861 at the age of 27.
Enlisted in Company B, 13th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 17 Jul 1861.
Died of disease as a POW Company B, 13th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 27 Jun 1865 at Newport News, VA.
Sources: 16 
Alexander, Ulysses Columbus (I10223)
 
270
American Civil War Soldiers
Name: William Griffith
Enlistment Date: 24 Jun 1861
Enlistment Place: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 24 June 1861.
Enlisted in Company B, 1st Volunteers Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 24 Jun 1861.
Mustered Out Company B, 1st Volunteers Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 12 Nov 1861.
Sources: 16 
Griffith, William Darius (I12053)
 
271
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
Name: Isaac Alexander
Birth Date: 1750
Birthplace: Maryland
Volume: 02
Page Number: 479
Reference: Heads of fams. At the first U.S. census. Md.
By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1907. (189p.): 40

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Name: Isaac Alexander
Gender: Male
Birth Place: MD
Birth Year: 1749
Spouse Name: Margaret B. Brisbane
Spouse Birth Place: NC
Spouse Birth Year: 1757
MarriageYear: 1770
Number Pages: 1

1790 United States Federal Census
Name: Isaac Alexander
County: Mecklenburg
State: North Carolina
Number of All Other Free Persons: 1
Number of Household Members: 1


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Alexander, Dr. Isaac (I10430)
 
272
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
Name: Susannah Foster
Birth Date: 1687
Volume: 57
Page Number: 223
Reference: History of the Andrews fam. gen. of Robt. Andrews and des. By H. Franklin Andrews, Audubon, Ia, 1890. (234p.):77 
Foster, Susannah (I10612)
 
273
Ancestry.com Post from Donna Evans - Jun 30, 2001:
My ancestors were the Kisers. My GreatGreatgrandmother was Mary Sarah Elmine Kiser, daughter of George Kiser and Rebecca Katherine Wilson. Mary Sarah married Martin Vanburen Shelton and they came to north Alabama between 1880/1900. They were in Carroll Co, GA in 1880 and were in Lawrence Co, AL by 1900. I have deeds from 1897 in Lawrence Co. I have never been to Carroll Co. 
Wilson, Rebecca Katherine (I11268)
 
274
Anna Millison m. William Jones about 1809
 
Milleson, Anna (I11832)
 
275
Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
Name: Jas Homer Allen
Age: 25
Birth Year: abt 1885
Residence: Marianna, Lee, Arkansas
Spouse's Name: Blanche Loretta Cross
Spouse's Age: 25
Spouse's Residence: Marianna, Lee, Arkansas
Marriage Date: 13 Oct 1910
Marriage License Date: 29 Oct 1910
Marriage County: Lee
Event Type: Marriage
FHL Film Number: 1017655

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: James Homer Allen
County: Coffee
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 8 Apr 1885
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1852930
DraftBoard: 0

1920 United States Federal Census
Name: James H Allen
Age: 35
Birth Year: abt 1885
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1920: Tullahoma, Coffee, Tennessee
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Blanche Allen
Father's Birthplace: Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace: Tennessee
Home owned: Rent
Able to read: [Yes]
Able to Write: [Yes]
Household Members:
Name Age
James H Allen 35
Blanche Allen 34
Robert J Allen 7
Margaret F Allen 3

1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Homer Allen
[Hamer Allen]
[User-submitted-comment]
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1885
Birthplace: Tennessee
Race: White
Home in 1930: Tullahoma, Coffee, Tennessee
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Blanche Allen
Father's Birthplace: Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace: Tennessee:
Household Members:
Name Age
Homer Allen 45
Blanche Allen 45
Robert Allen 16
Margret Allen 13
Jack Allen 8

1940 United States Federal Census
Name: Blanche L Allen
Respondent: Yes
Age: 55
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1885
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birthplace: Tennessee
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Home in 1940: Tullahoma, Coffee, Tennessee
View Map
Street: West Grundy Street
Inferred Residence in 1935: Tullahoma, Coffee, Tennessee
Residence in 1935: Same House
Sheet Number: 6B
Household Members:
Name Age
James H Allen 55
Blanche L Allen 55
Jack D Allen 18 
Allen, James Homer (I1169)
 
276
At William's baptism, Edward gave his occupation as Labourer, and his
address as Ty Isaf.

1871 Wales Census
Name: William Mordecai
Age: 30
Estimated birth year: abt 1841
Relation: Head
Spouse's name: Ann Mordecai
Gender: Male
Where born: Margam, Glamorganshire, Wales
Civil Parish: Margam
Ecclesiastical parish: Llandaff
Town: Hafod Y Porth
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Neath
Sub-registration district: Margam
ED, institution, or vessel: 6
Household schedule number: 106
Household Members:
Name Age
William Mordecai 30
Ann Mordecai 27
William Mordecai 9
David Mordecai 7
Catherine Ann Mordecai 5
John Mordecai 2

1891 Wales Census
Name: William Mordecai
Age: 49
Estimated birth year: abt 1842
Relation: Head
Spouse's name: Ann Mordecai
Gender: Male
Where born: Welsh St Donats, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: Llantrisant
Ecclesiastical parish: St Margaret
Town: Miskin
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Pontypridd
Sub-registration district: Llantrisant
ED, institution, or vessel: 1
Household Members:
Name Age
William Mordecai 49
Ann Mordecai 39

1901 Wales Census
about William Mordecai
Name: William Mordecai
Age in 1901: 59
Estimated birth year: abt 1842
Relation: Head
Spouse's name: Ann Mordecai
Gender: Male
Where born: Welsh St Donats, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: Llantrisant
Ecclesiastical parish: Llantrisant
Town: Brynsadler
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Pontypridd
Sub-registration district: Llantrisant
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Household schedule number: 233
Household Members:
Name Age
William Mordecai 59
Ann Mordecai 48
 
Mordecai, William (I3012)
 
277
Attended Auburn University in Auburn, AL for 1 quarter in Mechanical
Engineering.
Then received an appointment for Kingspoint U.S.
Merchant Marine Academy, Kingspoint L. I., NY, as well as one from
Anapolis, the U.S. Naval Academy. He accepted the appointment at
Kingspoint , entered as a cadet and he graduated from there in 1957.
He entered the Navy as Lt. (jg) Operations Officer on a Mine Sweeper,
the USS Exploit, MSO 440.

Occupation: Mechanical Engineer and Inventor for Marshall Space
Flight Agency, Huntsville, AL
From 1959 to 1969. Federal Electric as Systems Safety Analysis
Manager for the Pentagon.

" I went to Auburn for a quarter, in the NROTC. Meanwhile, I was
waiting for appointments to either Annapolis Naval Academy, or to
Kings Point, Merchant Marine Academy. I received appointments to both,
and chose Kings Point.
Kings Point had a program where the entire sophomore year was spent in
training on many different ships, whereas Annapolis only spent a
quarter/year on one ship. This way, I traveled around the world on
many different ships. Naturally, we did not have summer breaks the
other three
years to get the heavy curriculum completed.I was graduated in 1957
from Kings Point with a Mechanical Engineering degree, a commission of
Ensign in the Navy, and an Engineers license for the Merchant Marine.
This was in Long Island, NY.
I sailed on my license as an engineer on a passenger-cargo ship from
New Orleans, LA to Europe. After one year, I was called into active
duty in the Navy, stationed in Charleston, SC and Panama City, FL. I
was assigned as the Operations Officer on an Ocean going MINE SWEEPER.
That was a wonderful time for me also (1957-1959). We went on
maneuvers off the coast of Florida until we were called to duty in the
Mediterranean Sea, with the home port of Athens, Greece. Loved it.
Never saw any action, since only the Lebanon crises was happening. I
missed the Korean war (thankfully) with exemptions of being at the
Academy; and, Viet Nam with exemptions for the moon landing program.
When I returned home after my tour of duty in the Navy in 1959, my Dad
had a job possibility for me at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, AL. I
checked it out and was hired as an engineer assigned to the Arsenal.
The Army was developing the Redstone Rocket that was used for the
early low altitude space flights with the monkeys, and later the Mercury Redstone program for the Astronauts. Then, NASA took over the Arsenal and it became
Marshall Space Flight Center, as you know. I loved this period of
time, too. President Kennedy made his famous announcement of a man on
the moon, AND BACK SAFELY, this decade. I worked in the Quality &
Reliability Engineering Program, with many of the German scientists,
testing the systems of the emerging Saturn Flight Vehicle that
eventually sent the men to the moon, and back, SAFELY, in the Apollo
program.
In the latter part of 1968, I started to venture into inner space, as
did so many of us after the successful moon landing. This is where I
met my teacher, a magnificent woman teaching the Path of the Masters.
She had been working for NASA as Administrative Assistant to Werner
Von Braun, and left that life to concentrate on the inner (self) work.
We developed a group of people who had the same drive in those days."
(Source: Trevor Teague Mordecai, 2001)

New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Arrival Date: 23 Mar 1954
Ethnicity/ Nationality: American
Port of Departure: Cumana, Venezuela
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Santa Clara
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New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Arrival Date: 8 May 1954
Ethnicity/ Nationality: American
Port of Departure: Cartagena, Colombia
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Santa Clara
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New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Arrival Date: 24 May 1954
Ethnicity/ Nationality: American
Port of Departure: Guanta,ven
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Santa Clara
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New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Arrival Date: 15 Jun 1954
Ethnicity/ Nationality: American
Port of Departure: Aruba
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Santa Clara
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New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Arrival Date: 7 Feb 1955
Ethnicity/ Nationality: American
Port of Departure: Cobh, Ireland
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: America
Search Ship Database: Search the America in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database

Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Marriage Date: Dec 1960
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama
Source information: Alabama Center for Health Statistics

California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Name: Martha J Herron
Age: 35
Est. Birth: abt 1937
Spouse Name: Trevor T Mordecai
Spouse Age: 38
Est. Spouse Birth: abt 1934
Date: 11 Nov 1972
Location: Los Angeles City

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
Name: Trevor T. Mordecai
Last Residence: 44026 Chesterland, Geauga, Ohio
Born: 23 Feb 1934
Died: 19 Dec 2005
State (Year) SSN issued: New York (1951)

Web: Alabama, Huntsville-Madison County Public Library Obituary Index, 1819-2006 about Trevor Teague Mordecai
Name: Trevor Teague Mordecai
Death Date: Abt 2005
Publication Title: The Huntsville Times
Publication or Record Date: 25 Dec 2005
Publication or Record Place: Alabama, United States
URL: http://obits.hmcpl.org/index/t...

Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2007
Name: Trevor Teague Mordecai
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1934
Gender: Male
Race: White
Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino)
Residence City: Geauga
Residence County: Geauga
Residence State: Ohio
Residence Zip Code: 44026
Residence Country: United States
Death Date: 19 Dec 2005
Death Time: Unclassifiable
Hospital of Death: Private Residence
Certificate: 104089
Age at Death: 71
Registrar's Certificate Number: 000643
Certifier: Coroner
Referred to Coroner: Referred to Coroner
Autopsy: No Autopsy performed
Method of Disposition: Cremation
Filing Date: 22 Dec 2005
Hospital Status: Other/residence
Injury at Work: Unclassifiable
Father's Surname: Mordecai
Mother's Maiden Name: Walker
Marital Status: Married
Education: 5+ years college
Armed Forces Indicator: Yes
Branch of Service: Navy
Industry of Decedent: Occupation Not Classifiable
Occupation of Decedent: Occupation Not Classifiable
Census Tract: 9999
Primary Registration District: 2800

 
Mordecai, Dr. Trevor Teague PhD (I3014)
 
278
Bob (Robert Love Jr.) Love Obituary
LOVE, BOB (ROBERT LOVE JR.) Age 59 of Birmingham passed away in San Diego, California on January 15, 2013. he is predeceased by his father, Robert Love, Sr. and step-father, Dick McBride. He is survived by his mother, Faye McBride; step-mother, Polly Love-Anthony (Doug); brother, Kevin Love; step-sister, Brenda Smith; 1 niece; 1 nephew; and 1 great niece. A private memorial for the family was held in California on January 22, 2013. A memorial service at a later date will be held in Birmingham. 
Love, Robert Gerald Jr. (I1176)
 
279
Caleb Millison, died Aug 1846 interstate in Goshen, Belmont Co., OH, m. Elizabeth about 1796, and for this was disowned by the Quakers. He and his wife Elizabeth removed to Goshen Township, Belmont Co., Ohio in the early 1800s with Lydia Millison and her husband, John Duvall. His children may have been Ezra, Abner and James B. Millison. 
Milleson, Caleb (I11827)
 
280
California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Willie Beulah Dodd
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 21 Jan 1894
Birthplace: Tennessee
Death Date: 17 Apr 1950
Death Place: Riverside
Mother's Maiden Name: Clarton (Claxton)
Father's Surname: Cross 
Cross, Willie Beulah (I180)
 
281
California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Christine Nellie Sharratt
[Christine Nellie Cross]
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 26 Sep 1918
Birthplace: Tennessee
Death Date: 15 Dec 1983
Death Place: Sacramento
Mother's Maiden Name: Legrange
Father's Surname: Cross 
Cross, Christine Nellie (I11430)
 
282
California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Name: Bobbye C Mordecai
Age: 33
Est. Birth: abt 1940
Spouse Name: John T Stegen
Spouse Age: 26
Est. Spouse Birth: abt 1947
Date: 1 Dec 1973
Location: Los Angeles City

U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 1
Name: Bobbye W Stegen
Birth Date: 3 May 1938
[1 May 1938]
Address: 3111 Holly Mill Run # Rn, Marietta, GA, 30062-5475 (1993)

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
Name: Bobbye W. Stegen
Last Residence: 30062 Marietta, Cobb, Georgia
Born: 3 May 1938
Died: 29 Apr 2008
State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (1953) 
Williams, Bobbye Clyde (I3139)
 
283
Capt. William Ball, II, b. in England, 2d Jan. 1641; d. in
Lancaster Co., Va., 30th Sept. 1694. In 1687 Capt. William BALL was
appointed to lay off the boundary between Lancaster and
Northumberland Cos., Va.; was a Justice in 1680 and Burgess 1685;
m. prob. three times, (firstly) prob. Margaret or Mary Williamson,
dau. of James Williamson; (secondly) Miss Hanes of ?Bay View,?
Northumberland Co., Va.; m. (thirdly) circa 1675 Margaret Downman,
dau. of Rawleigh Downman.

He was a son of Col. William Ball, of Lancaster and his wife, Hannah
Atherold. He was born in England, June 2, 1641. He was burgess from
Lancaster county in the sessions of Sept. 17, 1668, Oct. 3, 1670,
Sept. 21, 1674, in the assemblies of 1677, 1682, 1685-86 and 1688,
and in the sessions of April 1, 1692. In 1687 Capt. William Ball,
of Lancaster, was appointed to lay off the boundary between
Lancaster and Northumberland counties. He was justice in 1680. He
married (first) Mary Williamson, daughter of Dr. James Williamson,
of Rappahannock, to whom John Hammond dedicated his tract "Leah and
Rachel;" (secondly) Miss Harris, of "Bay View," Northumberland
county; (thirdly) in 1675. Margaret Downman, daughter of Rawleigh
Downman. Capt. Ball died in Lancaster county, Sept. 30, 1694. His
will was dated Sept. 28, 1694, and probated Nov. 4, 1694.

Children of Captain William Ball (1641) and Mary Harris:
1. William Ball (1676) m. Hannah Beale
2. Richard Ball (1676) m. Sarah Young
3. Major James Ball (1678) m. 1st- Elizabeth Hawson and 2nd- Mary
Dangerfield,
4. Joseph Ball (1680) m. Mary Johnston
5. George Ball (1683) m. Grace Waddy
6. Samuel (1686) m. Ann Taylor
7. David Ball (1686) m. Ellen Heale
8. Stretchley Ball (died young)
9. Margaret Ball m. Rawleigh Downman

Capt. William Ball and his wife Margaret Williamson had a daughter, Margaret Ball who married Rawleigh Downman. When Rawleigh Downman died Margaret became involved with Rawleigh Chinn. Its hard to tell from the timing but this may have been one of several affairs that Rawleigh Chinn had. Rawleigh's first marriage to Joseph Ball's daughter Esther collapsed and Rawleigh has three illegitimite children with Margaret Ball Downman, Esther's first cousin according to the researchers of the Ball Library. [Ball Library. 12/1/02]

1740- 1743 List of Vestrymen in St. Mary's Parish, before the union of the parishes, from 1739 to 1756, and of both parishes after the union. by David Ball. (minister)
William Bertrand, William Ball, Jr., Joseph Ball, Joseph Heale, Jos. Chinn, Martin Shearman, Raleigh Chinn, Richard Chichester, Jesse Ball, Robert Mitchell, Colonel Ball, Major Ball, (making five Balls in one vestry,) Joseph Carter, Thomas Chinn. In the year 1743, the following vestrymen from Christ Church met with the vestry of St. Mary's White Chapel,--viz.: Henry Carter, Henry Lawson, Mr. Edwards, Mr. Steptoe, Mr. Martin, Captain Tayloe, Colonel Conway, Thomas Lawson, John Steptoe, Mr. Pinkard. At this time six of each vestry are appointed to form a general vestry, and it is sometimes difficult to determine to which parish each one belongs. Hugh Bent, from Christ Church, James Ball, Jr., Dale Carter, Stephen Towles, George Payne, Merryman Payne, Richard Selden, Thomas Chinn, Solomon Ewell, John Fleet, William Dymer, Charles Carter, John Chinn, James Kiok, Thaddeus McCarty, Thomas Griffin, Thomas Lawson, Edwin Conway, William Montague, in place of Charles Carter, in 1776, Henry Towles, James Newby, William Sydnor, John Berryman, Colonel John Tayloe, James Brent, William Chewning, James Ball, Jr..
In 1786, Cyrus Griffin is appointed to attend the Episcopal Convention in Richmond, and James Ball to attend the examination of the Rev. Edward Jones at the court-house. For what purpose and of what character that examination was, is not certainly known, but it is believed to have been a kind of trial under a canon of Virginia. Thus ends the vestry-book. [Mead. "Old Church Records of Virginia." Vol. 1 -2. Vol 2 online by Walker, Ruth. "Old Church Records of Virginia." part 2. [http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?ball::va::13769.html]


A History of the Ball family from a Downman MS:
On this document: . . . William Ball, son of a London attorney, came to America in 1657. He was a “mature man” who ‘transported” his wife, two children, and a number of servants, free or indentured. (The children were born in Devonshire, England.) There are no references in Virginia Records prior to 1657; however, in that year he was listed among the Justices of Lancaster county. (Hayden said he migrated in 1651, aged 36, but Joseph II in his “letter-book” gives the date as 1657, age 42. Probably the 7 was mistaken for a 1.)
If family records are accurate, William Ball was the son of William Ball of Lincoln’s Inn, one of the four attorneys of the Office of pleas and Exchequer. He married Hannah Atherold and she was manifestly a person of honor in the traditions of the family, judging by the interest taken in her by her grandson, Joseph II. She died in 1694.
Hannah (Atherold) Ball and William Ball had at least four children. He died about 1697. He was estranged from his daughter, Hannah, who had married David Fox. In his will he left her “5 shillings sterling, which. . .is an overplus of her portion or deserts.” He took precautions to keep her mother from leaving her any part of estate but did not altogether succeed. When Hannah (Atherold) Ball died in 1694, she bequeathed to her “loveing daughter Hannah Fox, wife of David Fox, a suite of red curtains, valens and counterpane and bolster, a pewter cistern to set bottles in, a pewter custard pan, a cabinet that stands next the kitchen, a silver sugar dish, mustard pot, three spoons, a silver trencher.” She also tried to leave the “negro and the mulatto girl given me by my husband to dispose of as I please.” Whether this attempt to leave the two slaves to Hannah succeeded isn’t known, or whether the will was admitted to probate.
All these four children had been born in the “home country” (Devonshie, England). After William Ball came to Virginia, he settled on a neck of land he called “Millenbeck” at the mouth of Corotoman Creek, Lancaster County, and thee he improved his fortune as a polaner and trader. He acquired more lands. In 1677 he was Major of the county Militia. Two or more times, he was Burgess. He was active in the defense of Lancaster against the Indians. He conferred and lay down a levy on the Norther Neck for the exenses of supressing the uprising. He was in the company of his peers and took active part in all county affairs. His son William settled in Philadelphia where he died in 1740. (Source: Thelma Roush-Rootsweb Post 10 May 2001.



 
Ball, William II (I6392)
 
284
Census for Bibb County AL for 1866 (from Archives in Montgomery, AL)
lists as head of household:
Elizabeth Cobb (all white) 1 male 10-20, 1 female under 10, 3 females
10-20, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 40-50;
and next to Elizabeth is listed, as head of household:
Martha Campbell 1 white female 70-80.
(Martha "Patsy" Campbell was Elizabeth Campbell Cobb's mother. Aaron
was already deceased by 1866. This was the year following Capt. James
Cobb's death.)

Pension Application, 1 Aug 1899, Chilton Co., AL, 14 Jun 1899.

AL Pension #35465, Jefferson Co., AL
1) K 1913, Mrs. E. M. Shelby, widow of W. H. Shelby, Capt. Co. C, 31st Inf. Reg. Witness: Andrew Bell and and M. W. Jones.
Mrs. E. M. Shelby, born at or near Calera, Shelby Co., AL on 20 Oct 1840, widow
of Capt. W. H. Shelby. Now, 23 Apr 1915, she is 74 years
old living in Jefferson Co., AL, Pension #35465.



 
Cobb, Elizabeth Malone (I8578)
 
285
Chichester is a family line connected with the Ball's. Ellen Ball,
daughter of William, m. 1st on 3 Jul 1734, to a Richard Chichester of
Lancaster Co. whose family line came from Exeter, Eng.
In 1744 Ellen Chichester (probably after the death of her Chichester
spouse) m. 2nd her cousin, William Ball. On 12 Jun 1747 m. 3rd to
William Downman (son of Rawleigh and Margaret Ball Downman). In a
letter from Joseph Ball 1743-1744, he says "Mrs. Ellen Chichester, who
thinks she is entitled to property left by the Earl of Chichester".

Nov. 1692 Richmond Co. Wm. Downman buys 50 acs on Moratico Creek from
Edward & Elizabeth King.
Wit: Thomas Glascock

1. Nov. 1692 Wm. Downman signs bond for 10,000 lbs tobacco payable to
Edw. & Eliz. King for purchase of land above.
2. Aug. 1697 Richmond Co. Wm. Downman buys 491 acs. on Totaskey Creek
from Arthur Etty.
Wit: Rawleigh Downman.
3. May 1701 Richmond Co. Wm. Downman II buys 200 acs on Totaskey Creek
from Geo. Bedley.
4. 1702 Wm. Downman was sheriff of Richmond Co.
5. 1711/1712 Richmond Co. Wm. Downman dies leaving a Will. 
Downman, William (I1869)
 
286
Choctaw Co., Ala. was created on Dec. 29, 1847 from the northern
portion of Washington County and the southern portion of Sumter
County. Washington Co. borders Choctaw on the south, Sumter Co. on the
north, and Marengo and Clarke counties on the east side. On the west
we are bordered by three Mississippi counties -- Clarke, Wayne and
Lauderdale.

Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
about Arnet Daugherty
Name: Arnet Daugherty
Spouse: Sally Earl
Marriage Date: 12 Oct 1826
County: Washington
State: Alabama
Performed By Title: Minister of Gospel
Performed by Name: R Daugherty
Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1850 Census for Choctaw Co., AL enumerated 28 Nov 1850:
Household #591
Dority, A. 48, m, b. KY;
Sarah A. 44, f, b. TN;
Salinda A. 17, f, b. AL;
Alzazera 15, f., b. AL;
Arelie M. 12, m. b. AL;
J. H. 5, m. b. AL;
Clara C. 11/12, f, b. AL.
(Charity P. was already married to George Crenshaw, Sr. because next
door in the same census in household #592 is found, Crenshaw, G. W.
with family Charity P. and James A.)

1860 Census, Choctaw Co., AL, Twnshps 9, 10, 11, 12, P.O. Bladen
Springs, enumerated 10-11 Aug 1860, roll M653_5, pg. 409,
HH #177:
Arnet Daugety 57, m. Baptist Clergyman b. KY;
Sarah A. " 53, f. b. TN;
Aurelia M. " 23, f. b. AL;
Joseph H. " 15, m. student b. AL.

Household #418
Daugherty, Joseph 25, m. w. farmer, b. AL;
Magaret 22, f. w. keeping house, b. MS;
Alice G. 2 f. w. b. AL;
Ann Victoria 2/1/2 f. w. b. AL.

Household #424, Township 13:
Daugherty, M. B. 63 m. w. farmer, b. KY
Kanigha H., f. w. keeping house, b. AL;
Warriders, Sarah 19 f. w. b. AL.

1870 Census for Choctaw Co., AL, P.O. Butler, Township #11, enumerated 13 Aug 1870,
Household # 417
Daugherty, Arnet 47, m. w. minister b. KY;
Sarah A. 63, f. w. keeping house, b. AL;
Eugene 4, f. w. b. AL;
Underwood T. 14 f. w. b. FL.
(Arnet is son of Elder Arnet and 1st wife, Susannah. In this census,
Sarah A. is living with her step son.)

1880 U.S. Census Isney, Choctaw Co., AL:
HH #258
Daughety, Arnet w.m. 77 Minister Miss.Bapt. b. KY, f.b. NC, m.b. GA,
Sara Ann w.f. 73 wife b. TN, f.b. VA, m.b. VA,
Eugena E. w.f. 13 granddaughter b. AL f.b. AL, m.b. AL.
(note: daughter of Arnett Jr.)

1880 U.S. Census Beat 3, Washington, AL:
Daughety, Arnet w.m. 29 (1851) m. b. AL (Arnet Wyatt)
Martha w.f. 39 (1841) m. wife b. AL,
William A. w.m. 26 (1854) son s. b. AL,
John J. w.m. 18 (1862) son s. b. AL,
George w.m. 6 (1874) son s. b. AL,
Franklin w.m. 3 (1877) son s. b. AL,

Spelling variations include: Dockeray, Dockerty, Dockharty, Dogherty,
Dougharty, Dougherty, Doherty, Doherety, Dohertey, Docherty, Docharty,
MacDevitt and many more.
First found in Inishowen, in County Donegal, where the family held a
family seat from ancient times.

Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office
ImagePatentee NameStateCountyIssue
DateLand OfficeDoc.
Nr.Accession/
Serial Nr.
Daughety, Arnelt AL Choctaw 10/20/1835 St. Stephens 4750
AL0080__.200
Daughety, Arnet AL Choctaw 10/10/1840 St. Stephens 6706 AL1420__.304
Daughety, Arnet AL Choctaw 10/10/1840 St. Stephens 6712 AL1420__.310
Daughety, Daughety, Elias W AL Washington 3/1/1859 St. Stephens 13450A
AL1530__.017
Daughety, John J AL Washington 7/29/1913 Montgomery 04857 348757
Daughety, William AL Houston 7/1/1875 Montgomery 175 AL4590__.167

Alabama Land Records Record
about Arnelt Daughety
Name: Arnelt Daughety
Land Office: ST Stevens
Document Number: 475
Total Acres: 40
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: October 2, 1835
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 NENE ST Stephens No 9N 4W 22

Alabama Land Records Record
about ARNET DAUGHETY
Name: ARNET DAUGHETY
Land Office: ST STEPHENS
Document Number: 6706
Total Acres: 40.0925
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: October 1, 1840
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 NWNW ST Stephens No 9N 4W 23

Alabama Land Records Record
about Arnet Daughety
Name: Arnet Daughety
Land Office: ST Stephens
Document Number: 6712
Total Acres: 80.25
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: October 1, 1840
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 W½SW ST STEPHENS No 9N 4W 1















 
Daugherty, Arnet Sr. (I5140)
 
287
Col Ninian Beall - The Father of Presbyterianism in Maryland
From: The Compendium of American Genealogy First Families of America, Vol. 6, p.756:
"BEALL (Beal, Beale), Col. Ninian (b Largo, Fifeshire, Scot.,1625-d 1717), as prisoner of Cromwell was exiled to Barbadoes, 1650; to Prince Georges Co., Md., ca. 1652; later planter in Calvert Co., Md.; lt., 1668, 76; dep. surveyor, Charles Co.,1684; chief mil. officer, Calvert Co., 1689; maj. Calvert Co.militia, 1689; high sheriff, 1692; col. of militia, 1694; mem.Gen. Assembly, 1697-1701; Md. Gen. Assembly passed 'Act of Gratitude' for distinguished Indian services, 1699; ruling elder, and 'Father of Presbyterianism in Md.'; m Elizabeth Gordon (d in Scotland); m 2d. 1668-70, Ruth (1652-1707), dau. of Richard Moore, of St. Marys Co., Md., m Jane --.'

LDS: "Spouse: Chaddock Gordon Birth: About 1625 in Scotland Death: Scotland He held a commission as cornet in th Scotch-English army, raised to resist Cromwell. He fought in the battle of Dunbar, 9/3/1650 against Cromwell. He was captured and made to serve 5 years servitude and sent to Barbadoes, West Indies. In 1652 he along with 149 other prisoners appeared in the province of Maryland."

From Colonial Families of the United States, by George Norbury Mackinsie
(Vol. 11, page 66)
"Ninian Beall was born in Largo, Fifeshire, Scotland, in 1625. He held a commission as cornet in the Scotch-English Army, raised to resist Cromwell. He fought in the battle of Dunbar, September 3, 1650 against Cromwell. He was made prisoner oat that battle and sentenced to five years servitude. He was sent with 150 other Scotchmen to Barbadoes, West Indies. About 1652 they appeared in the Province of Maryland. Ninian Beall served his five years with Richard Hall, planter of Calvert County. It seems that these military prisoners were entitled to acres of public land after completing service."

In Liber II, folio 195 - Maryland Land Office, is the following:
"16 Janurary 1677 - Then came Ninian Beall of Calvert County, planter, and proved his right to 50 acres of land for his time service performed with Richard Hall of same County. This servitude which came to him not on account of crime but through fortunes of war, was an honor. Ninian Beall's military ability in the Scotch-English Army seems to have been made good use of the Province of Maryland, as shown by the following notations: 1688, records of Annapolis, dated 31 October call him Lieutenant Ninian Beall. 1676, commissioned Lieutenant of Lord Baltimore's yacht of war Loal Charles of Maryland, John Goade, commander. 1684, Deputy Surveyor of Charles County. 1688, Chief Military Officer of Calvert County. 1692, High Sheriff of Calvert County. 1694, Colonel of Militis, by the Assembly, 30 July 1694. 1697, on a commission to trat with the Indians. 1697-1701, member of the General Assembly. 1699, the General Assembly passed an "Act of Gratitude for the distinguished Indian services of the Colonel Ninian Beall.
His signatures to official papers are bold and free. As he signed his will (January 1717) by witnessed mark, it would indicate he must have been in very feeble condition of body at the time; he was then ninety-two years old.
He seems to have identified himself with the Presbyterian Church in 1690. During that year 200 Presbyterian emigrants came over from Scotland under his supervision. He located them along the Potomic River and called the settlement New Scotland. These emigrants brought with them Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, who received a deed of gift from Col. Ninian Beall on land in upper Marlboro, upon which to build a church.
In 1707 Col. Ninian Beall presented the church a costly silver communion set made in London (a portion of this set is now in the Presbyterian Church at Hyattsville, MD."

 
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288
Cornelius Crenshaw b. c1739, d. 9 Feb 1785 Lunenburg Co. Va. will book 1778-1791, p. 241
Wife Martisha Winn b. c1740, d post 1790. Father was Daniel Winn, mother Sarah Tench.

Children:
1. Nathan Crenshaw b. 1762, d. post 1830 perhaps in Marion County, AL. m. Susan, or Suky,
Jones 11 Jul 1782
2. Daniel Crenshaw b. 1764, d. Williamson Co. TN 15 Sep 1831, m. Nancy Jennings 2 Jul 1789 in
Lunenburg
3. Pleasant Crenshaw b. 1764, d. 1838 in Abbeville Dist. SC, m. Elizabeth Mayes 22 Apr 1809.
4. Cornelius Crenshaw b. c1768 Lunenburg
5. Fortune, or Forten, Crenshaw, b. 1766, d. c1820 SC, Pendleton Dist.. Estate sale lists buyers as his wife, Elizabeth, John Harrison, Jr. and Major Crenshaw.

Pleasant Crenshaw's first marriage was to Martha Jackson 1788 in Charlotte County, VA. The marriage of Pleasant Crenshaw to Elizabeth Mayes was in Lunenburg.

Will Bk. 3, p, 240
Joseph Dupree witnessed the Will of Cornelius Crenshaw, 9 Feb. 1786.
Comment: This Will book contains the records of many Lunenburg Co.
marriages performed by David Ellilngton, Minister, Baptist,.

Cornelius Crenshaw b. c1739, d. 9 Feb 1785 Lunenburg Co. Va. will book
1778-1791, p. 241
Wife Martisha Winn b. c1740, d post 1790. Father was Daniel Winn,
mother Sarah Tench. A second marriage of Martisha to James Jennings b. 1737, d. 1795 in Lunenburg

Children:
1. Nathan Crenshaw b. 1762, d. post 1830 perhaps in Marion County, AL.
m. Susan, or Suky, Jones 11 Jul 1782
2. Daniel Crenshaw b. 1764, d. Williamson Co. TN 15 Sep 1831, m. Nancy
Jennings 2 Jul 1789 in Lunenburg
3. Pleasant Crenshaw b. 1764, d. 1838 in Abbeville Dist. SC, m.
Elizabeth Mayes 22 Apr 1809.
4. Cornelius Crenshaw b. c1768 Lunenburg
5. Fortune, or Forten, Crenshaw, b. 1766, d. c1820 SC, Pendleton
Dist.

Notes for Martisha Winn:
Lunenburg County Virginia Records:
Deed Book 6 page 404, 6 April 1761, Daniel Winn of Lunenburg Co., for
natural love and affection which he bears for his daughter Martisha, wife of
Cornelius Crenshaw, deeds to said Crenshaw a negro gal named Samander and
her increase.
Daniel (father) gave Martisha property in Lunenburg Co., Va. 6 April 1761.
Chadwick Book.

Notes for Cornelius Crenshaw:
Lunenburg County, Virginia Records
Will book 3 page 240 Dec. 28, 1785--pr. Feb. 9, 1788 names wife Martitia and
sons Daniel, Nathan, Pleasant, Cornelius and Forten (fortune), wife Martitia
and son Daniel to be executors.
Will book 4 page 97 9 July, 1975 Estate of Cornelius Crenshaw administered
by James Jennings and Martitia, his wife.
NOTE: Martitia Winn Crenshaw, widow of Cornelius, married James Jennings
Dec. 18, 1787. They had a son, Alex Winn Jennings, born May 13, 1790.
Deed book 18 page 49, 14June, 1798--Alexander Winn appointed executor in
place of Martitia Crenshaw estate of Cornelius Crenshaw.

Children of Martisha Winn and Cornelius Crenshaw are:
i. Daniel Crenshaw, b. Abt. 1758; d. Abt. 1862.
ii. Nathaniel Crenshaw, b. Abt. 1758; d. Abt. 1862.
iii. Pleasant Crenshaw, b. Abt. 1758; d. Abt. 1862.
iv. Cornelius Crenshaw II, b. Abt. 1758; d. Abt. 1862.
v. Forten Crenshaw, b. Abt. 1758; d. Abt. 1862.
Child of Martisha Winn Crenshaw and James Jennings is:
vi. Alexander Winn Jennings, b. May 13, 1790; d. Abt. 1880.

Census records reveal that Pleasant Crenshaw had 13 children. Estate
sale lists buyers as his wife, Elizabeth, John Harrison, Jr. and Major Crenshaw. Pleasant Crenshaw's first marriage was to Martha Jackson 1788 in Charlotte County, VA. The marriage of Pleasant Crenshaw to Elizabeth Mayes was in Lunenburg.
(Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jwmurphy/shaw2a.txt)
 
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289
Cynthia Crenshaw died 26th May, 1835, consort of Micajah. Left four interesting children. Died of a lung disease. This appeared in The Federal Union, Milledgeville, GA, June 23, 1835. Info from Georgia Genealogy (Genealogical??) Magazine, vol. 33, Year 1993, page 179. 
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290
Daniel Crenshaw and Nathaniel Crenshaw, Revolutionary War Patriots at Valley Forge:
Daniel Crenshaw and his brother Nathaniel were drafted Feb. (between 10th and 17th)1778.
Served at Valley Forge under Capt. Nicholas Hobson's County of 6th Virginia Reg., later commanded by Lt. John Bell after Capt. Hobson's resignation.
Daniel Crenshaw also served in 2nd Virginia. Reg. See Bell: The Old Free State, ppl 233 234, also p. 224.From DAR Review:Also Capts. Hockaday, Taliferro, Cols. Gibson, FebigerPatriot # A027732 (Basis for Elaine's DAR initial application)
Daniel was born circa 1760 in Lunenberg County, Virginia, British Colony.1. He was the son of Cornelius Crenshaw and Martitia Winn.
Daniel was married to Nancy Dupree, daughter of Joseph Dupree , II and Nannie Sullivan, circa 1781 in Lunenberg County, Virginia.
He married 2nd to Nancy Jennings, daughter of James Joshua Jennings and Philadelphia Bruce.
Daniel Crenshaw was a Private in the Revolutionary War. Served in a Company designated at various times as Captain Nicholas Hobson's and Captain John Hookaday's Company 6th Virginia Regiment commanded by Colonel John Gibson. He enlisted February 17, 1778 for one year, and was transferred in October 1778 to Captain Benjamin Talisaferro's Company, 2nd Virginia Regiment commanded by Colonel Christain Febiger. He was transferred in November 1778 to Captain John Stoke's Company, same Regimen. He was as Valley Forge as part of Washington's Army Pennsylvania on February 17, 1778. Both Daniel and his brother Nathaniel are listed on the Muster Rolls at Valley Forge and descendants are eligible for membership in the Society of the Descendants of Washington's Army at Valley Forge The brothers also found in the battle of Guilford Court House in North Carolina and Nathaniel was injured in the eye.
The Will dated Wednesday, August 20, 1794 does not jive with his re-appearance in Williamson County, Tennessee. Cannot figure out how to reconcile this with his Rev. War Pension Application facts. Daniel Crenshaw in his will dated 20 Aug 1794, probated 10 Sept 1795 Lunenburg County, Virginia, gave his son Abner Crenshaw 100 acres adjoining Osborne, the Ridge Road and to include the 67 acres purchased of Robert Breedlove (Lun WB 1791-1799, P. 104.

Notes: Daniel Crenshaw TN Franklin, Williamson County / Nancy Crenshaw, widow of. (This is 2nd wife Nancy Jennings) Pension suspended for further proof of service. Born the son of Cornelius & Martisha (Winn) Crenshaw, about 1760 Lunenberg VA - died 15 Sep 1831 Williamson Co TN. Married twice. First to Nancy Dupree in Virginia 1779 (daughter of Joseph Dupree and Nannie Sullivan) and she is credited as being the mother of his children William F., Christaina, Elizabeth, Abner P., and Joseph Dupree Crenshaw. His second wife is documented to be Nancy Jennings also of Lunenberg, Virginia whom he married 2 Jul 1789. Three children are listed on Nancy's widow's application which incidentally was denied because the request for additional proof was not forthcoming. The first is Cornelius born 12 May 1790 and the second born 6 Jul 1792 I have concluded is Eliza (ze or za is legible on the pension review). The third child is Polly Jennings Crenshaw born 25 Oct 1794. Other researchers have found additional children. Another Nathaniel is listed and the review of Nancy's Widow's pension states that in 1848 there is one Nathaniel Crenshaw age forty-four living in Williamson County, Tennessee. It is possible that the 3 children listed are the ones living with her in 1848 in the family home. The other children of Daniel Crenshaw and Nancy Ann Jennings are Josephus Crenshaw, Martha Patsy Crenshaw, Daniel Crenshaw (of which we will later hear much!!), and Chester Crenshaw.

In 181? in Lunenburg County, Virginia, Daniel Crenshaw sold and conveyed certain slaves to Ric ard Herring, who soon after contracted for the purchase of a tract of land from DaJtiel Crenshaw, lying in the same county; but Nancy Crenshaw, the wife of Daniel, refused to relin­ quish her right of dower; and to induce her to do so, Herring agreed with her and her son, Cornelius Crenshaw, to convey to the latter, in trust for his mother and for her separate use, two of the slaves pre­ viously purchased from Daniel Crenshaw. The deed was duly executed and recorded in Lunenburg. '
In 1814 Daniel Crenshaw and his wife removed to Tennessee, carry­ ing the slaves with them; Cornelius, the trustee, continuing to reside in Virginia. In Tennessee; to all appearance, Daniel Crenshaw was the true owner of the slaves, and acquired credit on the faith of the property. He was improvident, for which reason, manifestly, the wife caused the slaves to be secured to herself; and it may be remarked that similar motives have led to many, not to say most, of this description of conveyances in the States where the provisions of the Act of 1785, of Virginia, prevail .
In 1821 Stacy recovered a judgment against Daniel Crenshaw in the county of his residence in Tennessee, by virtue of an execution, founded upon which Anthony, the sheriff, seized upon the slaves; and Cornelius Crenshaw, as his mother's trustee, sued the sheriff in detinue. The circuit court held the deed of trust 'void, by force of the statute of Tennessee (which is very nearly a transcript of that of Virginia), because the deed had not been recorded in Tennessee; a verdict was rendered for the defendant, and the plaintiff prosecuted his writ of error to the Supreme Court, where the judgment was reversed.
The court held that the deed made in Virginia, separating the title
(Source: David Charles Crenshaw)

Daniel Crenshaw , receipt to Langston Bacon, Jr. , Trustee for œ8:10:5: being the balance of the proceeds from a sale of sd. Crenshaw 's land by sd. Bacon , Trustee , in a Deed of trust by sd. Crenshaw to sd. Bacon for the benefit of Richard Herring . Mch. 8, 1813 . D. B. 23, p. 51.

Mary Crenshaw , wife of Daniel Crenshaw . Her acknowledgment taken to a deed from sd. Daniel Crenshaw to Richard Herring dated May 22, 1812 . D. B. 23, p. 99.

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Name: Daniel Crenshaw
SAR Membership: 81675
Birth Date: 1760
Birth Place: Lunenburg, Virginia
Death Date: 10 Sep 1795
Death Place: Lunenburg, Virginia
Spouse: Nancy Dupree
Children: Abner Crenshaw

1820 United States Federal Census
Name: Daniel Greenshaw
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Franklin, Williamson, Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1
Slaves - Males - 14 thru 25: 1
Slaves - Males - 45 and over: 1
Slaves - Females - 14 thru 25: 1
Slaves - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
Slaves - Females - 45 and over: 2
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 6
Free White Persons - Under 16: 4
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total Slaves: 6
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 12

U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Name: Nancy Dupree
SAR Membership: 88381
Birth Date: 1757
Birth Place: Lunenburg, Virginia
Death Date: 1810
Death Place: Plantersville, Virginia
Spouse: Daniel Crenshaw
Children: Abner Crenshaw

1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Nancy Crenshaw
Age: 78
Birth Year: abt 1772
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1850: District 13, Williamson, Tennessee
Gender: Female
Family Number: 584
Household Members:
Name Age
Jacob Rich 32
Ann Rich 35
Catharine Rich 21
Elizabeth Rich 19
Robert Rich 17
Sully C Rich 15
Granville Rich 13
Mary Rich 8
Jane Rich 8
Lucy Lane 18
Benjamin Lane 14
Eliza Rich 11
Pettas Shelborne 63
Mary J Shelborne 56
Nancy Crenshaw 78
Martha Crenshaw 13
America V Crenshaw 11
Henry J Crenshaw 9

U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900
Name: Daniel Crenshaw
Application State: Virginia
Second Applicant Name: Nancy
Second Applicant Application Year: 1852
Archive Publication Number: M804
Archive Roll Number: 690
Total Pages in Packet: 79

American Revolutionary War Rejected Pensions about Nancy Crenshaw,
Name: Nancy Crenshaw, widow of Daniel
Location: Franklin, Williamson
Reason: Suspended for further proof of service.

Tennessee Divorce and Other Records, 1800-1965
Name: Nancy Crenshaw
[Nancy Jennings]
Spouse: Daniel Crenshaw Sr
Event Year: 1861
County: Williamson
Roll Title: Divorce, Probate and Other Records 1800-1899, Cra-Cro
Roll: B-66

U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885 (Not same as Nancy)
Name: N Crenshaw
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Widowed
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1772
Birth Place: Virginia, USA
Age: 87
Death Date: Dec 1859
Cause of Death: Old Age
Census Year: 1860
Census Place: East Subdivision, Williamson, Tennessee
LINE: 13


 
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291
DAR Mag Children of Ezekiel Alexander and Jemima Esther McCoy
1) James b 11/16/1774,
2) Jean b 2/25/1776
3) Abner b. 8/10/1778 (1) m. 12/1/1776 Jemima Sharp, b. 5/120/1781 d. 10/7/1825; 2) m. 3/27/1828 Margaret Cummings;
4) Beaty b. 9/27/1780
5) Lydia b. 3/2/1784
6) Josia b.5/7/1785
7) John McKnitt b. 5/20/1787
8) Ezekiel b 12/22/1789 m. Mary Cooper.

I have notes on an Ezekiel Alexander, and with the understanding that they are only notes, and not proven information, I hope this will help: There was an Ezekiel Alexander who was the son of another Ezekiel, whose will was written in Mecklenburg Co. Aug. 22, 1810, and probated January of 1811. He names wife, Martha, and the following children: (1) Sarah [I have a note that she married Richard Robison, who died in 1797]; (2) James Taylor Alexander; (3) Deborah Robison [I have a note that she married Robert Robison, who also died in 1797]; (4) Ezekiel Alexander [I have a note that he "may" have married Patsey Robison on 3-8-1806]; (5) Wallace Alexander. In addition, Ezekiel, Sr. named a grandson, Ezekiel Robison, and my notes say he was a son of Robert & Deborah Alexander Robison. Executors of the will were son, Ezekiel Alexander, grandson Ezekiel Robison, and "friend" James Alexander. Witnessed by Ezekiel Robison & Ezra Alexander.
I can't be of much assurance that the younger Ezekiel named in this will is your Ezekiel who moved to Tennessee, however: I also have notes that an Ezekiel whose will was probated in Mecklenburg in January of 1837 was "probably Ezekiel Sr's son". This one names wife, Nancy, sons Rufus, Joel, Ezekiel Wallace Alexander, and grandson Thomas. H. Alexander. This Ezekiel was a resident of the Sugar Creek vicinity of Mecklenburg. There were numerous Ezekiel Alexanders in Mecklenburg, and sorting them out can be confusing. If you are certain that your Ezekiel is the one that married Patsey Robison, then you can rule out the one who died here in 1836/1837. The first Ezekiel I mentioned might be a more likely candidate, since the family ties to the Robisons are very evident. Not much but guesswork, but I hope it may hold a clue for you.

PP. 274-277 26 Nov. 1778 James Alexander of Cissil (sic) Co, Md. to
Ezekiel Alexander of Mecklenburg for L200 land on both sides of Long
Creek adj John Smith, John McKnitt Alexander 300 A....James Alexander
seal. with Amos Alexander, Jos Gilhin, Beaty McCoy jurat. no recording
date. At some time he moved to Tenn and died there.

Deeds NC He was Elder in the Hopwell Church NC. John Alexander, of
Cecil Co Md., sold 300 acres to Ezekiel Alexander of Mecklenburg Co.,
NC, on Nov 26 1778 (ref RWB citing Brent Holcomb's abstracts of
Mecklenburg Co.NC. Deeds,Book 9 Page 274)
Deeds NC 1763-1799 Ezekiel Alexander, brother to John McKnitt.
#1806 p 118 7 Dec 1792 J. McK. Alexander to his brother Ezekiel
Alexander for 6 sh, grantor relinquished all claim to 5 A on which the
grantee lived. It appears that sd 5 A was part of 377 A devised to the
two brothers by their father, James Alexander, late of Cecil Co. Md.
Wit Wm B. Alexander and Joseph M. Alexander.

Cathy Burger " Elizkiah is in Capt Walter Alexande's Regt 1776" as per
HISTORY OF WELLS AND ALLIED FAMILIES.

Bible Alexander "children of James 2nd marriage " [probably Ezekiel b
1754)
Birth: 21 Oct 1754 in New Munster Manor Cecil Co.MD.
Note:

Cecil Co Wills 3:1000, 1772 of father James (his wife Abigail). See
also
CCo Distribution for father 1779
Will James Alexander dated 17 Jun 1772 prob 31 May 1779 and 17 July
1779 Elkton MD.prob.on 15 Jul 1779 in Mecklinburg Co NC Bond Book # 5
pg 16 2 Nov 1778 Admx, John Alexander Named in his will were, nine
children born to his first wife Margaret,
Thesophilus,Edith,Keziah,Hezerkiah, Ezekiel, Jerimah, Amos, John
Mcknitt,and Margaret,and five children born to his second wife
Abigail. Josiah, Elizabeth, Abgail Bradley, Margaret McCoy and son
Ezekiel "
Peden Colonial Familes "Ezekiel son of James Alexander and Abigail was
b. 21 Oct 1754
d. afrt 1832 "
Helen Smith" Ezekiel born 1754 in Cecil County and was granted land on
Long Creek by his father about _26 Nov. 1778____.
Welch " James, father Ezekiel Alexander b 21 Oct 1754 md 1772/3 Jemima
Eather McCoy. He d. after 1832 at which time he was living in Wilson
Co., Tenn. There were 8 children in this union.
Cathy Burger "Ezekiel, b Nov 1754 Cecil Co, s/o James who was b 1690,
this from
mgstreet@aol.com. And from the Howard Collection at Cecil co Hist. Soc
there
is Ezekiah b 1754, s/o James and Abagail ?McKnitt?.
Marland Fam pg 66 "Ezekiel II b. Oct 21 1754 D. after 1832 Wilson Co.,
TN m. Jemima Ester McCoy children John,Abraham, Ezekiel, Lydia "
Simpson pg 183 " Ezekiel, Son of James Alexander and his second wife
Abigail McKnitt "
DAR Mag. "Ezekiel b.10/21/1754 d aft 1832 at which time he was living
in Wilson Co Tenn m 1772/3 Jemima Esther McCoy"
Marylanders pg 5" When James Alexander was about age 55 he married a
second time to Abigail (....) and thier children were Ezekiel
(1754-aft 1831) "
Brevard "Ezekiel Alexander (1754) m Jemima Ester McCoy"
PA Genol Mag Will of James Alexander contains bequests to his wife
Abigail his grandsons George Alexander, James, son of Hezekiah
Alexander, Amos,son Amos Alexander: his sons Amos, Ezekiel, and
Hezekiah, Josiah and John Mcknit(sic) Alexander, and daughters Jemima
Sharp, Elizabeth Sample, Abigail Bradley, and Margaret McCoy; .
Wells Hist 10 "Children by Abigail, Elizabeth, Abagail, Mararet,
Josiah, and Ezekiel."
Will James Alexander dated 17 Jun 1772 prob 31 May 1779 and 17 July
1779 Elkton MD.prob.on 15 Jul 1779 in Mecklinburg Co NC Bond Book # 5
pg 16 2 Nov 1778 Admx, John Alexander Named in his will were, nine
children born to his first wife Margaret,
Thesophilus,Edith,Keziah,Hezerkiah, Ezekiel, Jerimah, Amos, John
Mcknitt,and Margaret,and five children born to his second wife
Abigail. Josiah, Elizabeth, Abgail II, Margaret III and Ezekiel Sr.
Family Tree " Ezekiel Alexander b Oct 1754, children Abner, Jane,
John, Lydia, & Ezekiel"
Pioneers "Mrs Jane Z.Butler claims these to be bible records of James
(Jos) Alexander Ezekial b. 10-21-1754 (children with second wife)"
Record of John E.Alexander " James Alexander By Abigail, his second
wife, he had, Elizabeth, Abaigal, Margaret, Josiah, and Ezekiel. "

1 10 11 12 3 13 2 14 15 8 6 16 17 18 19 20
Death: 18 AUG 1832 in Wilson Co., TN.
Note:
Peden Colonial Familes "Ezekiel son of James Alexander and Abigail was
b. 21 Oct 1754
d. afrt 1832 "
Welch " James, father Ezekiel Alexander b 21 Oct 1754 md 1772/3 Jemima
Eather McCoy. He d. after 1832 at which time he was living in Wilson
Co., Tenn. There were 8 children in this union.
Herldis Fam pg 66 "Ezekiel II b. Oct 21 1754 D. after 1832 Wilson Co.,
TN m. Jemima Ester McCoy children John,Abraham, Ezekiel, Lydia "
DAR Mag. "Ezekiel b.10/21/1754 d aft 1832 at which time he was living
in Wilson Co Tenn. m 1772/3 Jemima Esther McCoy"
21 1 8 6 2 19

Father: James "the yeoman" ALEXANDER b: 1695 in Pocomoke, Worrester
Co., MD
Mother: Abigail (Passmore)? MCKNITT b: ABT 1708 in Pocomoke, Worrester
Co., MD

Marriage 1 Jemima Esther MCCOY b: ABT 1754 in Wilson Co., TN.
Note:
Deeds NC 1763-1799 Ezekiel Alexander, brother to John McKnitt and
Hezekiah Alexander is shown in several records as owning land in the
Long Creek area.
(1)#1806 p 118 7 Dec 1792 J. McK. Alexander to his brother Ezekiel
Alexander for 6 sh, grantor relinquished all claim to 5 A on which the
grantee lived. It appears that sd 5 A was part of 377 A devised to the
two brothers by their father, James Alexander, late of Cecil Co. Md.
Wit Wm B. Alexander and Joseph M. Alexander.
(2). PP. 274-277 26 Nov. 1778 James Alexander of Cissil (sic) Co, Md.
to Ezekiel Alexander of Mecklenburg for L200 land on both sides of
Long Creek adj John smith, John McKnitt Alexander 300 A....James
Alexander seal. with Amos Alexander, Jos Gilhin, Beaty McCoy jurat. no
recording date..
(92) pg.7-8 27 Jan 1767 McColloh to Wm. Alexander of Meck., blacksmith
for Lb.. 60 Adjacent Ezekiel Alexander on head branches of Mallard
Creek. prov. July 1767.
pg. 39-40 16 Jan 1767 McColloh to ??? land of Ezekiel Alexander 110 A
wit John Ffrohock, Thomas Polk, rec July 1767
pp 523-525 Aug 10 1765 Thomas Polk of Meck. to Samuel Jack of Meck.
for L5 proc. money 400 A. on both sides of McCalpins Broad of Sugar
Creek of William Alexander's corner, Ezekiel Alexander's line granted
to Thomas Polk. (Ezekiel and William were neighbors.)

July 1768 James and Elizabeth of Meck. to William Alexander,
blacksmith for L15 proc money on one of branches of Mallard Creek,
part of tract James lives on granted to him from John Campbell wit:
Robt Irwin, Ezekiel Alexander, Arthur Dickson July 1768
92 pg 7-8 27 Jan 1767 McColloh to Wm Alexander of Meck, blacksmith for
L6 60A adjacent Ezekiel Alexander on head branches of Mallard creek
prov July 1767.


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Quality: 3
Abbrev: Parran Alice " Reg of MD Heraldic Families
Title: Alice Norris Parran; REGISTER OF MARYLAND'S HERALDIC FAMILIES
1634 to March 25th 1935 Series II; Pub H.G. Roebuck and Sons Baltimore
MD.1935
Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families by Alice Norris Parran,
"Alexanders", Vol 1 and 2 Pub. H. G. Roebuck and Sons 1935, Baltimore
AD pages 57-73 contains information on early lines of Alexander,
mentions Samuel, William Sr. and Jr. and Andrew of Somerset and Cecil
Co. lines.
Author: Alice Norris Parran 1935
Publication: Pub H.G. Roebuck and Sons Baltimore MD.1935 (Series II)
"The Tercentenaryt Edition is Sponsored by The SOUTHERN MARYLAND
SOCIETY COLONIA DAMES, By Alice Norris Parran, copyright1935
Author and Editor, copyrighted 1935.
Text: .. REGISTER OF MARYLAND HERALDIC FAMILIES
This data begins at Conn Chead Chath of the Hundred Battles, and
continues on down chronologically through the line as it is well known
and established--joins the line of Bruce, on down....
Margaret Stewart m.
John, Lord of the Isle, the father of
Alexander,Lord of Lochaser whose son
MacAlexander, is looked upon as the real founder of the House of
Alexander.His descendant,
Thomas Alexander in a legal instrument dated March 6 1505, is
mentioned as Baron of Menstry. His son,
Andrew Alexander, Baron of Menstry, d.prior to 1527. His wife,
Chatherine Graham, their son,
Alexander Alexander Baron of Menstrie(1529) m.
Lady Elizabeth Douglas, dau. of
Thomas Douglas oldest son of
Sir Robt. Douglas of Lochleven, by his wife
Margaret dau of
David Balfour of Burleigh, and ancestor of the Earl of Morton. (See
Douglas peerage v 2, 273)

Alexander Alexander had a son,
Andrew Alexander, Baron of Menstry (1544) whose son,
Alexander Alexander, Baron of Menstry, d. 1565, his wife,
Elizabeth Forbes. His son

William Alexander had two sons,
Alexander Alexander, Baron of Menstry, who was the father of
William Alexander, Earl of Stirling and

Thomas Alexander b in Scotland 1630 but removed to Ireland, 1652 for
distaste of the Parliament of Cromwell. An intense Presbyterian, but
loyal to the Catholic Stuarts of whom he was a blood kinsman. A dau m.

Joseph Parks. He occupied lands in County Donegal, dau
Margaret. A son,
William remarkable for his corpulency, m. and had four sons:
Archibald,
Peter,
Robert and
William.

Archibald, the eldest was b in Cuningham Manor, Co. Donegal, Feb 4
1708 and m. Dec 31 1734 is first cousin,
Margaret Parks. This disproves Samuel of Cecil Co. as bro of
Archibald, but not of Thomas the father. Archibald did Colonial
service in America in the Sandy Creek Expedition. They had eight
ch.--family settled in Augusta co. Va. Archibald Alexander m.
secondly, 1757
Jane McClure, dau of
James McClure of Augusta.

Page 66 "
ELIAS ALEXANDER, son of
ANDREW (and grandson of William Sr. of Somerset); wife, dau--of JOSEPH
ALEXANDER of New Munster, and O'Dwire tract. Issue--six sons and
daughters--
Elias Alexander children
William 1715, m.
Agnes, his cousin.
ABRAHAM,1717-1786, m.
Dorcas.
Zebulon, 1720-1784, m.
first two unnamed) 3rd.
Jane McClung.
EZRA, 172?-1800, m.(wife not listed.)
ARTHUR, d. 1763, m.
Margaret McKamy.
Daughter of Elias unnamed."
pg 64 "
Andrew Alexander, b.1650 was brother of William Jr and son of William
sr. of Somerset Co who bought land in Somerset Co. and had first deed
of that county made to him"

(There is a paragraph on
Andrew Alexander)..... of of the same ancient family as William the
first Earl of Stirling descended also the Earls of Caledon ,Tyrone Co.
Ireland. From him descended
Nathaniel Alexander of Londonderry m.
Elizabeth McClintock of Dunmore, Donegal Co. and had the following:
1.William, had son
Robert who left sons,
2. Robert who left several children,
3. Eliza wife of
Josias Dupre, Esq.
4.James b. 1736, sat in Parliament for Londonderry from 1772-1789.

1. John Alexander b. 1590 in Scotland, married ? b. abt 1590
2. Robert Alexander b. 1610 in Stirling, Scotland d. in Drumquin,
Tyrone, Ireland m.
Mary Hamilton b. abot 1600 in Scotland or Ireland? m. abt 1630 in
Scotland
3. James Alexander b. 1634 in Scotland d. 17 Nov 1704 in Donegal,
Ireland m.
Mary Maxwell b. abt 1635 in Raphoe,Donegal, Ireland m. in Ireland?
This James would be the Rev. James Alexander .

pg 110-111
William, lst Earl of Stirling, who m
Janet Erskine, ------
John, their son, the ancestor of Va. line of Erskine------
On down to next paragraph on pg. 111 it states: Alexander: John
Alexander ancestor whose lands formed site of Alexandria, Va came 1659
(d. 1677). purchased all the land between Hunting Creek on the South
and the falls of the Potomac on the North etc. Closely related to John
was James Alexander of Beverly Manor, Augusta Co. VA.



Quality: 2
Abbrev: Wells, HistWells/George Harlan Wells
Title: The Wells And Allied Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland
and Delaware by George Harlan Wells, M.D.,F.A.C.P. Phil.,Pa. 1958

Author: George Harlan Wells, M.D.,F.A.C.P. Phil.,Pa. 1958
Publication: Pub. Allen, Lane & Scott Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1958
FHL US/Can Film 1561666 Item 3
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Peden "Marylanders to Carolina
Title: Henry C. Peden jr. Marylanders to Carolina: Migration of
Marylanders to North and South Carolina Prior to 1800
Author: Henry C.Peden, Jr
Publication: FAMILY LINE PUBLICATIONS Rear 63 E. Main Street
Westminster, Maryland 21157 1994

Text: Being an account of Maryland Pioneers who Moved to North
Carolina in the 1800's
1724 "Inhabitants of Cecil County 1649-1774"
Land Patents and Certificates in Cecil county
p. 14 Alexander, James - 1724- "James' Inheritance" - 170 acres
Alexander, Joseph - 1724 "Joseph and James' Settlement" - 710 acres

Quality: 2
Abbrev: WillsMD Cecil James Alexander
Title: Will James Alexander dated 17 Jun 1772 prob 31 May 1779 and 17
July 1779 Elkton MD.prob.on 15 Jul 1779 in Mecklinburg Co NC Book of
Wills No. 3--Page 100 County of Cecil,Md. Courthouse 36.
Bond Book # 5 pg 16 2 Nov 1778 Admx, John Alexander
Publication: Cecil Co., MD
Text: In the mame of God, Amen June 17 1772, I, James Alexander of
Cecil Co, In Maryland being of sound mind and memory, do hereby give &
bequeth to my beloved wife Abigail.
Item....
I give and betueth to my grandson George Alexander
To Amos Alexander
to my beloved sin Ezckel Alexandre
to my beloved son Hezakiah Alexander
to my beloved son Josiah Aleandr
To my son Jno McKnitt
to my beloved daughter Femina
to my Dau Wlizabeth Sample
to my dau Abigial Bradley
to my dau Margaret McCay
Pg 20 to 26 Names all nine children of first wife Margaret and five of
Abigail. first wife Margaret,Thesophilus, Edith, Keziah, Hezerkiah,
Ezekiel, Jerimah, Amos, John Mcknitt, and Margaret, and five children
born to his second wife Abigail, Josiah, Elizabeth, Abgail II,
Margaret III, and Ezekiel I
Children by Abigail (Wells Hist Pg 40) Elizabeth, Abagail, Mararet,
Josiah, and Ezekiel.

Quality: 3
Abbrev: Brevard Family D
Title: The Brevard Family The Descendents of John/Jean Brevard of
France, Ireland and Maryland.by Robert Stephens Hand. 6 Nine Gates
Rd.R.#1 Chadds Ford Pa., 1937
Appendex D of Brevard Family by Robert Stephans Hand Pages 161 Thru
174

Author: Robert Stephans Hand
Publication: Hand Pub by Robert Stephens Hand at 6 Nine Gates Rd.R.#1
Chadds Ford Pa., 1937
Text: The Brevard Family, The Descendants of John/Jean Brevard of
France, Ireland and Maryland by Robert Stephens Hand, pub by author at
9 Gates Rd. Rt #l Chadds Ford, Pa 1937 (Outline of the first five
Generations of the Alexander Family of Ireland, Maryland and
Rowan/Iredell Co. NC.

James Alexander was a signer of the 1718 petition of Rev. William Boyd
a Scotch-Irish minister, for land in the New World, as were John and
William Leech. A man named James Alexander... was also an elder at
Octoraro Presbyterian Church.

Quality: 2
Abbrev: Simpson "Simpson & Allied families
Title: Simpson,Dennis "Simpson & Allied families
Sara C. Allen Rt.2 Box 327 Hiddenlite,NC.,28636
Pg 181 to 195
Author: Dennis William Simpson
Abbrev: Panella, Louise Irwin "James Alex Family Tree
Title: Louise Irwin Panella "Pub Family Tree dtd 11 Jul 1933 of The
James Alexander Family Mecklenburg Co.NC "
Author: Louise Irwin Panella
Publication: Louise Irwin Panella Pub "Family Tree dtd 11 Jul 1933 of
the ' James Alexander Family of Mecklenburg, Co., Md'"
Text: Alexnderr Family Tree of James Alexander Mecklenburg Co.NC
by Louise Irwin Panella dtd 11 Jul 1933
and Solomely swearn to to by Louise Irwin Panella 1st day of July 1933
before O.R.Strane Notary Public
my commission expires Aug 29 1934
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Boggs Aaron "Alexander Pioneers,
Title: NC Charlotte and Alexander Family
Aaron D. Boggs Papers, 1875-1995 (bulk 1920s), The Alexander Pioneers,
c 1920, Mss 149, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, J. Murrey
Atkins Library, 9201 University City Blvd., Charlotte, Mecklenburg
Co., NC, USA 28223-0001, 704-687-2030, p. 4.



-- MERGED NOTE ------------



-- MERGED NOTE ------------


 
Alexander, Dr. Ezekiel MD (Sr) (I5202)
 
292
Deed & Will Book - Circuit Court (1811-1888) - M/f Reel 18.
Page 15. (Note: This Will was not listed in the Index of Wills).
Will of Joseph Dupree, dec'd - of Lunenburg Co. Dated 19 March 1814.
My Son, William Deupree, whatever slaves put into his possession heretofore.
My Daughter, Nanny Knott, all property I heretofore have put in her
possession,
My Son, William - all land I have possession(ed) him with.
The Remainder of my Estate to be sold and my son William to have 1/2
proceeds and other half divided between the Natural heirs of William Crenshaw,
Daniel Parsons, and Nancy Parsons, Children of Elizabeth Parsons, dec'd, formerly
Elizabeth Crenshaw as follows My will and desire is that the heirs of William Crenshaw when they may Arrive at Lawful age shall receive one fourth part of the last mentioned half of my said Estate with profits of the sale of said Estate equally between them. The Other fourth part of the half to be paid to Abner Crenshaw and one fourth part to Joseph Crenshaw - the Remaining Fourth part to be kept in my Executor's hand for the benefit of the above named Daniel Parson and Nancy Parsons until they marry or come of lawful age.
My Negro woman Milley shall be Valued by three disinterested persons
and that she shall be at liberty to Choose either of the legatees for her master and they shall receive her at the Valuation.
Executor : Son, William Deupree.
Witnesses: Edwd Almand Mary Almand Joseph Deupree (Seal)
Eliza E Easter Proved at a Superior Court, Lunenburg Co.,
21 Apr 1818

(Same ref: p. 17) - Joseph Dupree's Inventory of Estate was appraised
at $8,352.57 1/2. The Negro woman
Milley was valued at $300.00.)

Will Bk. 8, p. 326.
Joseph Dupree, dec'd. Account Current 9 Feb. 1824, by William Dupree.
Comment: This account begins March 1818, and mentions Harmon Elam,
Reuben Chaney, Wm Dupree, & Young Stokes among others.




 
Deupree, Joseph II (I6774)
 
293
Descendants of John Gray I
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN1 GRAY I was born Abt. 1685 in County Ulster, Northern Ireland, and died 21 Nov 1751 in Timber Ridge, Augusta Co., Virginia. He married AGNESS?. She was born Abt. 1695 in County Ulster, Northern Ireland, and died Abt. 1759 in Augusta Co., Virginia.
Notes for JOHN GRAY I:
John Gray and his wife Agnes were probably among those families who came to Virginia with Benjamin Borden in 1737 although a deed for the property where they lived was not drawn until 6 July 1742, at which time John Gray bought 203 acres of the Borden tract, the deeds of lease and release being dated July 26. Deeds of lease and release were common ways of conveying property in England and were in use in this country during the Colonial period, the deed of lease being dated one day prior to the deed of release, and in effect acting as a single conveyance. The land lay "in Orange County on the waters of James River, being part of the said Benjamin Borden's large tract of 92,100 acres of Patin land., dated the sixth day of November of 1739, which Tract contains 203 acres and two Roods of Land, situated on the Northwest side of the Timber Ridge in Orange County, beginning at a Double Poplar on the said Ridge and running thence North 50 degrees west 185 poles to a small poplar, thence north 40 degrees east 176 poles to a Spanish oak on the side of the aforesaid Ridge, thence along the said Ridge south 40 degrees west 176 poles to the Beginning. The consideration named was Pound 6:2:1. The deed was recorded 26 August 1742. The first grants were issued on surveys made by James Wood of Orange County.
It is indicative of the uncertainty regarding county lines that this deed was recorded in the Court House of Orange County, for the land covered by the deed was certainly in the new county of Augusta, although the deed speaks of it as Orange County, and it was recorded there. According to Lippincott's Gazeteer, Timber Ridge was a post-village of Rockbridge County, seven miles NE of Lexington, Rockbridge County was formed from Augusta and Botetourt Counties in 1778, and Timber Ridge fell in the section that became Rockbridge County.
It is believed that John Gray and wife, Agnes migrated from England to Virginia between 1737 and 1742. John bought 203 acres along the James River in the Timber Ridge area. In 1746, the settlers at Timber Ridge built a log cabin to be used as a Presbyterian church. A list has been preserved of the men commissioning the first pastor in 1753. On the list appears the names: Samuel Gray, Jacob Gray, and William Gray. These were sons of John and Agnes. John Gray's will is dated April 23,1751 and lists as his heirs: Wife, Agnes, and children: Jacob, William, David, Joseph, Benjamin, Ann, Samuel, John, and Elizabeth. William was appointed guardian over Benjamin who was still a minor. After John's death, Agnes and children moved to NC.
John Gray and his son Samuel were among the inhabitants of the Virginia frontier who in 1742 petitioned Royal Governor William Gooch to appoint officers to raise militia for defense of the frontier settlements against Indians raids. The lands of John and Samuel Gray were located in what was known as the Borden Tract and on the northwest side of the Timber Ridge in present Rockbridge County (named for the Natural Bridge, which is one of Virginia’s most noted scenic attractions and which lies in Rockbridge County). The nearby town of Lexington became a center of education under the influence of those early Ulster Scots Presbyterians who populated the area. (Source: familygenes.net/gray.htm)
This land is located in present day Rockbridge County north of Lexington between Brownsburg and Fairfield, Virginia. This Borden Grant was adjacent and to the south of Beverly Manor, Borden Grant and Beverly Manor are located in present day Rockbridge and Augusta Counties.

More About JOHN GRAY I:
Land: 08 Mar 1757, Heirs of John Gray sold land in Borden Grant.
Occupation: Yeoman.
Will: 23 Apr 1751, Will is recorded in Augusta Co., Virginia on Page 396.

Children of John and Agness? are:
i. Ann Gray, m. James McClung.
2. ii. David Gray, b. Virginia.
iii. Elizabeth Gray.
iv. Jacob Gray.
v. Joseph Gray.
vi. William Gray.
3. vii. Samuel Gray, b. Abt. 1720; d. Abt. 1775, Tryon/Rutherford Co., North Carolina.
4. viii. John Gray II, b. Abt. 1726, County Ulster, Northern Ireland; d. Abt. 1801, Monroe Co., Virginia.
ix. Benjamin Gray, b. Abt. 1745.


 
Gray, John I (the Immigrant) (I12107)
 
294
Drewry Deupree had five sons.

Mecklenburg, Virginia Marriages, 1765-1810
The Marriage License Bonds of Mecklenburg County, Virginia from 1765
to 1810, page 16
Duprey (Dupree), Drury & Ann Atkinson, 8 Mar. 1784, John Crews sec.
Note from Median Atkinson, parent of Ann - Note from Lewis Dupree,
father of Drury.

Post by Bob Bacon, 17 Oct 2000, (Genealogy.com Message Board)
Information from Drury Deupree's tombstone in Oglethorpe County
showing the names of his children. It is illegible now but this
information was written years ago. I am descended from Sarah who
married Charles Bacon in Jefferson, GA in 1822.
"Sacred to the memory of Drury Deupree who departed this life in the
year 1812 and Nancy, his wife, who followed him 1821. Both believed
in Lord Jesus Christ of the Baptist persuasion and died as they lived
with unabated confidence.
The following are the names of their children:
Polly, John, Midian, Elizabeth, Lewis J., Nancy, Susie, Cassay, Sarah,
Drury, and Daniel. Remains being taken up from where they were first
deposited and removed here in the year 1819 by his son, Lewis J. Deupree."
(History of Oglethorpe County, Florrie Smith, p. 65-66

Will Bk. 3, p. (?)
Joseph Dupree and David Ellington witnessed the Will of John Page, 2
April 1887.
Correction: Page 271. The Inventory of the Estate of John Page was
appraised by John
Pettus, David Ellington, & Joseph Dupree.
 
Deupree, Drury I (I6729)
 
295
England & Wales, Free BMD Death Index: 1837-1983
Name: John Mordecai
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1810
Year of Registration: 1893
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
Age at Death: 83
District: Swansea
County: Glamorgan, West Glamorgan
Volume: 11a
Page: 492

John died at the same address as Catherine Morgan Lewis, at the home of Catherine's daughter, Ann Lewis Walker. The address was 7 Carthmarthen Rd., Swansea, Glamorgan Co., Wales. (MCM-2011)

1841 Wales Census
Name: Catherine Mordecas
Age: 5
Estimated birth year: abt 1836
Gender: Female
Where born: Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: Penlline
Hundred: Ogmore
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Brigend
Sub-registration district: Cowbridge
Household Members:
Name Name
John Mordecas 30
Margret Mordecas 30
Catherine Mordecas 5 (Catherine)
William Mordecas 3
Ann Mordecas 4 MO

1851 Wales Census
about Catherine Mordecai
Name: Catherine Mordecai
Age: 15
Estimated birth year: abt 1836
Relation: Daughter
Father's name: John Mordecai
Mother's name: Margaret Mordecai
Gender: Female
Where born: St Mary Hill, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish or Township: Penlline
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Bridgend
Sub-registration district: Maesteg
ED, institution, or vessel: 6
Household schedule number: 72
Household Members:
Name Age
John Mordecai 40
Margaret Mordecai 39
Catherine Mordecai 15
Anne Mordecai 7
John Mordecai 5
Richard Mordecai 5 MO

1861 Wales Census
Name: John Mordecai
Age: 50
Estimated birth year: abt 1811
Relation: Head
Spouse's name: Margaret Mordecai
Gender: Male
Where born: St Mary Hill, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish or Township: Penlline
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Bridgend
Sub-registration district: Cowbridge
ED, institution, or vessel: 8
Household schedule number: 75
Household Members:
Name Age
John Mordecai 50
Margaret Mordecai 50
Ann Mordecai 18
John Mordecai 15
Richard Mordecai 10
Mary Mordecai 4
(Catherine would not have been married in 1861, but was not in the Census. She would have been 25 and living elsewhere- MCM-2011)

1871 Wales Census
Name: Cathrine Lewis
[Cathrine Mardecar]
Age: 32
Estimated birth year: abt 1839
Relation: Daughter
Spouse's name: John Lewis
Mother's name: Ann Mardecar (Catherine's mother)
Gender: Female
Where born: Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Civil Parish: Seansea Higher
Town: Swansea
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Swansea
Sub-registration district: Llangyfelach
ED, institution, or vessel: 14a
Household schedule number: 103
Household Members:
Name Age
Ann Mardecar 63
(Ann Mordecai)
John Lewis 32
Cathrine Lewis 32
Ann Lewis 3 Days

1881 Wales Census
Name: John Lewis
Age: 40
Estimated birth year: abt 1841
Relation: Head
Spouse's name: Catherine Lewis
Gender: Male
Where born: Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: Swansea Higher
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Street address: Cwmbwrla
Condition as to marriage: Married
Occupation: Copper Workman
Registration district: Swansea
Sub-registration district: Llandilotalybont
ED, institution, or vessel: 11
Household Members:
Name Age
John Lewis 40
Catherine Lewis 44 (Catherine Mordecai)
Ann Lewis 10
David J. Lewis 6
Hopkin Lewis 5
Morgan Lewis 3
Sarah Matthews 18
Michael Walsh 50



 
Mordecai, John (I9615)
 
296
England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915
about T*[C_]T[O_]R Popkin Mordecai
Name: T*[C_]T[O_]R Popkin Mordecai
Year of Registration: 1888
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
District: Pontypridd
County: Glamorgan, Mid Glamorgan
Volume: 11a
Page: 431 (click to see others on page)
Source: Certified copy of an Entry of Birth. CM 935040;
Dist. of Pontypridd, 1888 birth in Sub-district Llantrisaint, in
County of Glamorgan;
No. 430; born second April 1888, Brynsaddler, Llantrisaint R.S.D.;
Boy; father: Thomas Mordecai; mother: Mary Mordecai, formerly Teague;
occupation of father: Lime Merchant; Signature, description: Thomas
Mordcai, Father, Brynsaddler, Llantrisaint; when reg. 5th May 1888;
Signature of registrar: Howel Davies Registrar.

1891 Wales Census
Name: Thomas Mordecai
Age: 43
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1848
Relation: Head
Spouse's Name: May (sic - should be Mary)
Gender: Male
Where born: Ystradowen, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: Llantwitfardre
Ecclesiastical parish: Glyntaff
Town: Newtoron
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Registration district: Pontypridd
Sub registration district: Llantrisant
ED, institution, or vessel: 18
Household Members:
Name Age
Thomas Mordecai 43
May Mordecai 30 (Mary)
Trefor P Mordecai 3
Margaret Teague 23
Catherine Price 17

(Source: Ancestry.com: T.P.Mordecai first entry into USA)
Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
about Trevor P Mordecai
Name: Trevor P Mordecai
Arrival Date: 16 Sep 1913
Age: 25
Birth Date: abt 1888
Birth Country: Wales
Gender: Male
Race/Nationality: Welsh
Ship Name: Ionian
Port of Arrival: Quebec, Canada

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Trevor Mordecai
Name: Trevor Mordecai
City: Queens
County: Queens
State: New York
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1888
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1818488
DraftBoard: 185

1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Trevor Mordecai
[Trevor Moracai]
Home in 1920: Wilmington Ward 9, New Castle, Delaware
Age: 31
Estimated birth year: abt 1889
Birthplace: Wales
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head)
[Head]
Spouse's name: Charlotte Mordcai
Father's Birth Place: Wales
Mother's Birth Place: Wales
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Home owned: Rent
Year of immigration: 1913
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Household Members:
Name Age
Trevor Mordcai 31
Charlotte Mordcai 30

UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
about Mr Trabor Mordecai
Name: Mr Trabor Mordecai
Birth Date: abt 1888
Age: 34
Port of Departure: New York, New York, United States
Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1922
Port of Arrival: Plymouth, England
Ship Name: President Taft
Search Ship Database: View the 'President Taft' in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Shipping line: United States Line
Official Number: 221844

(Sources: Ancestry.com: New York Passenger List)
Name: Trevor P Mordecai
Arrival Date: 31 Jul 1922
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888
Age: 34
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Southampton, England
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English
Ship Name: Saxonia
Search Ship Database: View the Saxonia in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Nativity: Wales
Line: 13
Microfilm Serial: T715
Microfilm Roll: T715_3150
Birth Location: Wales
Birth Location Other: glen brynsaddln
Page Number: 143
(This must have been when his father died.)

UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
about Rev Trevor Mordecai
Name: Rev Trevor Mordecai
Birth Date: abt 1888
Age: 37
Port of Departure: New York, New York, United States
Arrival Date: 19 Jun 1925
Port of Arrival: Southampton, England
Ship Name: Majestic
Search Ship Database: View the 'Majestic' in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Shipping line: White Star Line
Official Number: 146555

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
about Trevor Mordecai
Name: Trevor Mordecai
Arrival Date: 8 Aug 1925
Birth Year: abt 1888
Birth Location: England
Birth Location Other: llantrssnt
Age: 37
Gender: Male
Ethnicity/Race-
/Nationality: English
Port of Departure: Cherbourg, France
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Pittsburgh

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: Rev Trevor Mordecai
Gender: Male
Residence Year: 1926
Residence Place: Birmingham, Alabama
Occupation: Pastor
Spouse: Charlotte W Mordecai
Publication Title: Birmingham, Alabama, City Directory, 1926

UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
about Trevor Mordecai
Name: Trevor Mordecai
Birth Date: abt 1888
Age: 38
Port of Departure: New York, New York, United States
Arrival Date: 14 Aug 1926
Port of Arrival: Southampton, England
Ship Name: Lapland
Search Ship Database: View the 'Lapland' in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Shipping line: Red Star Line
Official Number: 137398

1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Trevar Mardecai
[Trevor Mordecai]
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1888
[abt 1887]
Birthplace: England
Race: White
Home in 1930: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Charlotte Mardecai
Father's Birthplace: England (Wales)
Mother's Birthplace: England (Wales)
Household Members:
Name Age
Trevar Mardecai 42 [43]
Charlotte Mardecai 40
Muiiel Mardecai 12 (Muriel)

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: Rev Trevor P Mordecai
Gender: Male
Residence Year: 1931
Residence Place: Birmingham, Alabama
Occupation: Pastor
Spouse: Charlotte W Mordecai
Publication Title: Birmingham, Alabama, City Directory, 1931

Search Ship Database: Search the American Merchant in the 'Passenger Ships and Ship Name: American Merchant
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Nativity: Wales
Line: 11
Microfilm Serial: T715
Name: Trevor P Mordecai
Arrival Date: 20 Apr 1931
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1888
Age: 43
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: London, England
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English
Microfilm Roll: T715_4946
Birth Location: Wales
Birth Location Other: llantresaint
Page Number: 221

Alabama, Naturalization Records, 1909-1991
Name: Trevor Popkin Mordecai
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1888
Birth Place: Brynsaddler, South Wales
Civil Date: 20 Jan 1932
Court City: Birmingham
Court District: U.S. District Court for the Southern (Birmingham) Division of the Northern District of Alabama.

Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
about Trevor Mordecai
Name: Trevor Mordecai
Arrival Date: 12 Jul 1934
Port of Arrival: St Albans, Vermont, United States
Ship Name: Empress of Britain
Port of Departure: Southampton, England
Age: 45
Birth Date: abt 1889
Birth Country: Wales
Gender: Male
Race/Nationality: English
Record Type: Manifests

1940 United States Federal Census
Name: Trevor Mardecai Junior (not a Jr.)
[Trevor Mordecai]
Age: 6
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1934
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Florida
Marital Status: Single
Relation to Head of House: Son
Home in 1940: New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida
Map of Home in 1940: View map
Street: Faulkner Street
House Number: 304
Inferred Residence in 1935: New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida
Residence in 1935: Same House
Sheet Number: 4A
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: None
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Trevor Mardecai 51
Charlotte Mardecai 51
Trevor Mardecai 6

Social Security Death Index
Name: Trevor Mordecai
SSN: 419-56-3918
Last Residence:
Born: 2 Apr 1888
Died: Jun 1963
State (Year) SSN issued: Alabama (1959)

Martha, while we are on this Mordecai spree, I’ve had a file sitting on my desktop to send you for a while. It is nothing more than two little tidbits about Grandpa that I got from a “snippet view” of two sources in Google Books. The second one takes a little while to show up. Sadly, I never was able to find the whole thing, in either case, but they offer a tantalizing clue to why Grandpa left the Presbyterian church. It does seem to fit mother’s explanation somewhat that they disapproved of his starting a soup kitchen during the Depression, which drew “riff-raff” into the church. Margaret Colliers’ explanation was that he preached an unpopular sermon again the establishing of the Community Chest because he felt that the Churches were relinquishing their role of caring for the poor. Perhaps that’s what is meant by differences “over the application” or “exemplification of the social gospel.” Interesting.
I’ve attached the “snippets.”
Love,
Sheri

Rev. Scofield of Douglaston Park (sic) and Rev. John Baumeister of Flushing officiated at the first Lord's Supper on October 31, 1915. In November of that year, Rev. Scofield volunteered to preach until a regular preacher could be retained. Trevor P. Mordecai, A Princeton Theological Seminary student, became the part-
time student supply preacher in November, 1916.
The congregation's first social event was a reception in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Scofield on February 9, 1916.
This information was abstracted from the Church's history compiled in 1965. There are no other references to Rev. Scofield in the history. It was noted that he compiled the “Scofield Reference Bible”.

Excerpt from an Article dated June 26, 2005 by Dr. Edwin Gray Hurley:
D. L. Moody, the Billy Graham evangelist of the 19th century in America
had such an experience. He said, “I cannot describe it. I seldom refer
to it. It is almost too sacred an experience to name… I can only say
God revealed himself to me, and I had such an experience of love that
I had to ask him to stay his hand… I would not now be placed back
where I was before that blessed experience, if you should give me all
the world.” Peter Marshall, the great World War 2 era Chaplain of the
United States Senate, while still a young man in Scotland, was
wrestling with God’s call on him to become a preacher. A cousin he had
not seen in 19 years came home from America on business and offered to pay
for his ship passage to immigrate to the United States. Peter
struggled in prayer, finally deciding to come to the United States,
and found himself in New Jersey digging ditches, with no clear
direction that would lead him toward ministry. He writes, “Then came a
letter from Birmingham, Alabama, offering me a position with a
newspaper there. I felt, at once, that this might be the second step
in my guidance. So I made it a matter of prayer. Should I go South?”
Was this the way into the ministry? Within a week I knew it was… I
borrowed money, and made my way to Birmingham. There I found friends.
I met Dr. Trevor Mordecai of the First Presbyterian Church, (of
Birmingham), to whom I owe more than I shall ever be able to repay…
Within the space of a few short weeks, I had joined the First
Presbyterian Church, had been recommended by the Session as a
candidate for the gospel ministry, had spoken at prayer meeting, had
been elected president of the young people’s league, had
become interested in the Boy Scouts of that church, and had been asked
to become the teacher of the Men’s Bible Class. All of this took only
a few short weeks… A man walks on through life- with the external call
ringing in his ears but with no response stirring in his heart, and
then suddenly, without any warning, the Spirit taps him on the
shoulder". (Peter Marshall, Mr. Jones Meets the Master, “The Tap On
the Shoulder”, p. 26-28.)

Rev. Dr. Cyrus Ingerson Scofield
By Joseph Hellmann
January 20, 2002
A plaque in the Community Church of Douglaston on the rear interior wall of the sanctuary (epistle side or right side as you face the rear) is dedicated to Cyrus Ingerson Scofield, 1844-1921, with the inscription “a pioneer in the organization of this Church 1915”.
On April 18, 1915 eleven men met in a private home for the purpose to organizing a church to serve the spiritual needs of the community's Protestants. Rev. Scoffield was not listed among the eleven. The first service was held on May 2nd of that year at the Douglaston Club with Rev. Ulysses Grant Warren of Brooklyn preaching. By the end of that month the congregation leased a store on Main Ave. north of the train station (now 235th Street). The store was to be the church's home for the next four and a half years, until the temporary church building was completed on the site of the present church building in Sept. 1919.








 
Mordecai, Trevor Popkin Dr. of Divinity (I3015)
 
297
England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915
Name: Herbert Trueman Mordecai
Year of Registration: 1896
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
District: Cardiff (1837-1974)
County: Glamorgan, Monmouthshire
Volume: 11a
Page: 456

1911 Wales Census
Name: Thomas Mordecai
Age in 1911: 54
Estimated birth year: abt 1857
Relation to Head: Head
Gender: Male
Birth Place: Cowbridge, Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: Ebbw Vale
County/Island: Monmouthshire
Country: Wales
Street address: 23 Woodville Rd Cwm Nr Newport
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 24
Estimated Marriage Year: 1887
Occupation: Stoker Above Ground
Registration district: Bedwellty
Registration District Number: 585
Sub-registration district: Aberystruth
ED, institution, or vessel: 05
Household schedule number: 188
Piece: 31818
Household Members:
Name Age
Thomas Mordecai 54
May Mordecai 43
Herbert Mordecai 15

England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2007
Name: Herbert T Mordecai
Birth Date: abt 1896
Date of Registration: Mar 1959
Age at Death: 63
Registration District: Marylebone
Inferred County: London
Volume: 5d
Page: 425





 
Mordecai, Herbert Trueman (I4562)
 
298
England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1983
Name: Catherine Mordecai
Year of Registration: 1859
Quarter of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
District: Bridgend
County: Glamorgan
Volume: 11A
Page: 325 (click to see others on page)

1841 Wales Census
Name: Catherine Mordecai
Age: 70
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1771
Gender: Female
Where born: Glamorgan, Wales
Civil Parish: St Donats Welsh
Hundred: Cowbridge
County/Island: Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Street address: St Donats Welsh, Glamorgan, Wales
Registration district: Cardiff
Sub registration district: St Nicholas
Household Members:
Name Name
Thomas Mordecai 40
Jennet Mordecai 40
Sarah Mordecai 30
Catherine Mordecai 70
Hopkin John 15

 
Thomas, Catherine (I3000)
 
299
England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1837-1915
Name: Edward Mordecai
Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1861
Registration district: Bridgend
Inferred County: Glamorgan
Volume Number: 11a
Page Number: 569
Records on Page:
Name
Edward Mordecai
Mary Ann Williams

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 about Edward Mordecai
Name: Edward Mordecai
Probate Date: 24 Sep 1872
Death Date: 29 Aug 1872
Death Place: Glamorgan, Wales
Registry: Llandaff


England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2007
Name: Edward Mordecai
Birth Date: abt 1844
Date of Registration: Mar 1927
Age at Death: 83
Registration district: Bridgend
Inferred County: Glamorganshire
Volume: 11a
Page: 1180
 
Mordecai, Edward (I3073)
 
300
England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1837-1915
Name: Jonah Mordecai
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1891
Registration district: Cardiff
Inferred County: Glamorgan
Volume Number: 11a
Page Number: 475
Records on Page:
Name
Sarah Dimond
Catherine Jane Fisher
Jonah Mordecai
Ralph Keddey Roberts 
Mordecai, Jonah (I1173)
 

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