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||Youngblood-Armstrong, p. 86, says that William G. Adams, spouse of Ida Youngblood, was the son of William and the grandson of Jackson. But, on p. 206, it states he was the son of Jackson.|
|Adams, Jackson (I32247)
||Younger son of the Frankish King Louis IV, of the Carolingian line.|
Charles I received Lower Lorraine as a duch from Holy Roman Emperor Otto II in 977. Charles aided Otto again Lothair of Italy. Charles I was defeated by Hugh Capet in attempt to secure the Frankish crown in 987. He was taken prisoner, held at Orleans, where he died ca. 992.
|Lorraine, Charles I. of * (I19234)
||YVES DUPRE, 07 Jan 1910, 29 Jul 2003, LR 70668 (Vinton, Calcasieu, LA), 435-44-1876, issued LA ||Dupre, Yves (I56703)
||Zelda was the wife of Allen Cloud. They were residents of Bosco, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Their children are Roy Allen, Marian Virginia, Melba Glenda and Billie Catherine Cloud.|
|Dean, Zelda Mae (I128343)
||Zell's memorial service was held in the Chapel of Mt. Scott Funeral Home on May 15, 1969 at 1: 00 P.M. Rev. Elery Parrish officiated, and members of the Palestine Lodge No. 141, A.F.& A.M. participated. Hazel J. Johnson was organist. A private vault interment followed the service. ||Conwell, Zellen Velton (I22972)
||ZELLA YOUNGBLOOD, 03 Dec 1888, Jul 1974, LR 75205 (Dallas, Dallas, TX), 450-17-7421, issued Texas ||Prater, Zella (I32367)
||Zephaniah and Ann had a daughter Nancy. While they were traveling from Virginia to Kentucky, Ann, while on a boat, was shot and killed by Indians. Zephaniah married Keziah Lancaster in KY. They raised Nancy, and their own large family|
Migration from Maryland: 1780 - 1820 (from St. Mary's Co., Gen Web site)
Name : Ann Cooke
County: St. Mary's, MD
Left: Bfr 1790
Destination: Bourbon, KY]
Informant; Linda Reno
Parents: John Cooke, Elizabeth Burch
Husband: Zephaniah Pratt
His Paretns: John Baptist Pratt, Susanna
Re: Amos Jefferson Reeder
Posted by: Melinda Sue Winter (ID *****5735)
Amos Jefferson Reeder was the son of Abishai Reeder, and the grandson of Amos Reeder. Amos Reeder was born ca 1774/1780 in Newberry Co, SC - married to Nancy PRATT, b 1785 VA; d 8 Jan 1831 Scott Co, ILL.
Amos was a farmer, attended the Baptist Church, although his hertiage was Catholic. The family rafted down on the Ohio River; across from Louisville, KY indians fired from shore and killed her mother (Anne COOKE). The LDS Archives have a family group sheet showing her mother as Keziah LANCASTER, this is erroneous - Keziah was Zepheniah PRATT's second wife.
The best source on Reeder family history is "Maryland & Virginia Colonials:Genealogies of Some Colonial Families," by Sharon J. Doliante; Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc. Also good is "Colonial Settlers - St. Clement's Bay" by Mary Louise Donnelly.
|Cooke, Ann (I101620)
||Zeta died as child at age of 4 months!|
|St. John, Zeta (I100675)
||Zillah Young Cloyd, as she was called, died of malaria when she was only 44 years old. She was a midwife and local "doctor". Proof off her lineage to H. Miles Young and Abigail Granville comes from the divorce petition at the Austin County Courthouse dated 12/16/1870 in which the names of their four children are mentioned.|
|Young, Margaret Zillah (I24480)
||Zion Hill Church Minutes (11/4/1865) Amanda M. Poole excluded for becoming Methodist.|
|Trescott, Amanda M. (I6449)
||Ziphia Williamson Whitley and Needham Whitley had three sons to enlist|
in the Confederate Army-Civil War. Co C 1st Reg NC Troops
Rubin W Whitley wounded at Chancelorsville
Johnston County, NC - Needham Whitley Bible record
Needham Whitley Bible record
Copy in Wayne County Library
Needham Whitley Family of Wilders Township, Johnston County North Carolina
|Whitley, Reuben W. (I102717)
||ZOLA P COLLINS, 19 Sep 1907, 11 Mar 1999, LR (V)78611 (Burnet, Burnet, TX), 461-76-9649, issued TX ||Perry, Zola Jane (I1274)
||ZONA LITTLE, 13 Aug 1896, Nov 1992, LR 75146 (Lancaster, Dallas, TX), LB 75146 (Lancaster, Dallas, TX), 456-09-8988, issued Texas ||Johnson, Zona Mae (I42089)
||Zuma Cloud was a land owner and farmer at Bosco, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.|
|Cloud, Indiana Montezuma "Zuma" (I75369)
Barnhart, Catharine 1829
Barnhart, Jacob 1838
Barnhart, John 1818
Barnhart, John 1836
Barnhart, Lydia 1837
Barnhart, Mary 1834
Barnhart, Susannah 1839
2 Jacob BARNHART b: 12 Jun 1809 in Connellsville, Bullskin Twp., Fayette Co., PA d: 20 Jun
2 Daniel BARNHART b: 24 Jun 1819 in Connellsville, Bullskin Twp, Fayette Co., PA
. 2 Henry BARNHART b: 11 Apr 1823 in Connellsville, Fayette Co., PA Residence: 1900 Living
|Barnhart, Jacob (I25500)
Came to KS in a covered wagon from Iowa. His nickname was Jake.
|Barnhart, Joseph Eli "Jake" (I25530)
Edyth was very active in her church Central Baptist Church in Newkirk, OK. When she died the church set a memorial for Foreign Missions in her name. She is the sister of Ellen Barnhart.
|Barnhart, Edyth Belle (I25511)
Elissie Taylor died in childbirth in 1908, All the children were divided with family and friends. Susy was adopted in 1910 to Oscar B. Vincent in Alden, KS. Joseph Eli Barnhart died in 1916. Susy became a nurse.
|Barnhart, Susy Elizabeth (Vincent) (I25532)
Four of these children died in infancy. Her nickname was Elissie.
|Taylor, Elizabeth "Elissie" (I25525)
Live past infancy helped raise Eli's children.
|Barnhart, George (I25538)
She worked as a nurses aid at the mental hospital in Winfield. She loved her children and grandchildren.
|Barnhart, Ellen Rose (I25510)
Re: Surname Furman
Mon, 12 Jul 1999 22: 26: 24 -0700
Marita Gladson maritag-at-earthlink.net>
"Wanda C. Fox-Bingham" wcfox-at-netnitco.net>
I have two Shaws married to Furmans in my database. Their information
came from Southern New York pg 610-620. Copies given to me by Dottie
Joshua Shaw m 17 May 1733 Anne Furman
Patience Shaw (as his second wife) b abt 1725 m (no date) Jonathan Furman b 1698 of Cape May Co., NJ
It is my assumption that the New Jersey Furmans later moved to Ohio.
PATENTEE NAME SIGNATURE DATE DOCUMENT NR. ACCESSION NR.
FURMAN, JOHN 04/06/1822 114 OH0520__.114
at this website http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/asp/queryOH.asp
In checking my Furman Dictionary, .
there is a Joseph Furman b abt 1822 in OH m Sophrena ____ resided in Marion Co Ia.
A Juliann Furman b avt 1844 in OH presumed daughter of Jospeh and Sophrena ___ Furman of Marion Oc Ia.
It is possible that Sophrena was his first wife.
Julia Ann Furman b in the 1840's in NY wife of George Golden of New Jersey. Is he your relative?
|Furman, Julie Ann (I25535)
||[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 29, 1997, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11338.6]|
|Monteleone, Grace Marion (I8855)
||[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 29, 1997, Internal Ref. #18.104.22.168959.46]|
|Brown, Ralph Andrew (I8769)
||[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Feb 7, 1998, Internal Ref. #22.214.171.124632.122]|
|Lamberta, Grace (I8802)
||[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Feb 7, 1998, Internal Ref. #126.96.36.199198.48]|
|Bucci, John (I8786)
||[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Oct 7, 1997, Internal Ref. #188.8.131.52193.142]|
|Muraglia, Vincent (I8789)
Morningside Presbyterian Church
||[John W. Campbell Family Bible]|
Former Translations Diligently Compared And Revised, Self-Pronouncing Edition.
First: J.W. Campbell was born February 17th 1869.
Second: What God Has Joined Together Let Not Man Put Asunder. This Certifies That John W. Campbell of Jonesboro, N.C., R#3 and Nannie W. Harrington of Broadway, N.C. R# were united by me in the Bonds of Holy Matrimony, R#1, at Rev. Henry Grahams on the 23rd day of December in the year of our Lord 1894. In Presence of D.A. McCormish, Jaunie Harrington. Signed Ashley Barrett, Mary Graham.
Third: John W. Campbell died Sept 2th 1932, age 63 year, 6 mo, 16 dys.
Obit (Paper and date not with the article found in the Family Bible):
Esteemed Citizen of Ben haven Community Dead----
Friday night, Sept. 2, John W. Campbell passed away following several years of declining health and six months of confining sickness due to heart trouble. He was 63 years 6 months and 16 days old. Mr. Campbell was ruling elder in Benhaven Presbyterian church where he had been a member for 41 years. He was chairman of the Board of Trustees of Benhaven Graded Schools having served in this capacity since the establishment of the school eight years ago. He was ready at all times to do anything in his power for the schools. He was also for many years a Justice of the Peace in Benhaven Township. He was a stabilizing influence in the community and his presence will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife who before their marriage was Miss Nancy Williams Harrington, daughter of the late Tom W. Harrington, and six children. Mrs. E. L. Cameron, Mrs. C. W. Howard, Mr. Ernest Campbell and Miss Marene Campbell of Jonesboro, N.C. R 3, Mrs. F. E. Harris of Vancouver, B. C. Canada, and Mr. Thomas W. Campbell of Pinehurst, N.C. He is also survived by two brothers William and Dugald Campbell of Jonesboro, N.C. R. 3. Interment was at Barbecue church.
John Campbell was very proud of his famous ancestor, Rev. James Campbell of Pennsylvania and North Carolina. John was a direct descendant of the preacher. Mr. Campbell was a North Carolina State Senator.
|Campbell, John White (I108608)
Married by the Rev. Saunders.
News & Observer, Johnnie L. "Jack" Weather, 86, Holly Springs, NC Dec 17, 1999,Funeral 3 p.m., Sunday Macedonia Baptist Church, Raleigh [HollySprings]. Burial, church cemetery. Arrangements by Thomas FuneralHome, Fuquay-Varina
|Weathers, Johnnie Leo (I109442)
||¨ Note: Hillsborough North Carolina was the headquarter for land grants and sales|
¨ Recorded in the Bertie County, North Carolina Records 1759-1866 are the following; :
John Gardner to Elisabeth James 9th February 1780
Emanuel James to Patience Gardner 19th June 1788
¨ Source Rockingham County, North Carolina Deed Book:
Deed page 256: Geroge Rowland to Emanuel James for 137 pds, 137 A on Haw River adj. Micheal Caffey being land whereon Rowland live. 6 January 1796...Witnesses: John Wofford and John Gardner. Note: The Haw River passes through the following North Carolina Counties: Chatham, Orange, Alamace, Rockingham, Guilford.
¨ 9 November 1813 State of Tennessee, Stewart County Court May term 1813, Acknowledged in Open Court ordered to be registered on page 532-533.
Power of attorney to Henry Pugh
¨ Emanuel James...Emanuel James heir of Edward James a soldier in the continental lines of North Carolina...seal 4 May 1813
¨ John Gardner...Made oath that Edwin James enlisted under Capt. John P. Williams as a soldier in the Revolutionary War between Great Britain and the United State of America for the term of two years and a half and that the within Emanuel James is a lawful brother of Edwin James
Elizabeth Gardner...made oath that the within Edwin James was her lawful brother and that he was a soldier as above stated and that it is her will that Henry Pugh have full power to act
|James, Edward (I24608)