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51 18 Jan 1677 a court record names his wife as Margaret Hodge, relict of John Cooper, Surry VA.

The following abstracts were made from the upside-down pages insertedin the back part of Book II "Surry County, Virginia Records 1652-1684"by Eliza Timberlake Davis:

p. 124 (Page 5) Augustine Hunnicutt,, Jr., Wm. Seward, and William Freeman are bound to the Court for 4000 lbs. tob. Aug. Hunicutt to pay to the orphans of John Hodge, deceased, their part of their father's estate.

On 1st March 1680 the following was found on County Court Order record of Surry Co., VA.:

"having this day rec'd a credible information that Margaret the wife of Augustine Hunnicutt Jun'r doth most shamefully abuse the orphans ofJno. Hodge desesed. It is therefore ordered that Mr. Robert Ruffin Overseer of decesed's will doe place the said orphans with such (illegible) as to him thought meet."

On 4 October 1680 Augustine Hunnicutt put up bond of 40,000 pounds oftobacco as guradian of Elizabeth, orphan of John Cooper deaceased; a month later another 40,000 pounds as guardian of the orphans of John Hodge deceased. On the 6 Sept. 1680 little James Hodge was placed in the home of Nicholas Johnson, four months later he was placed in the homeof John Clarke. John and Mary Clarke are the couple that sold Bray his first acreage in Lawnes Creek Parish, Surry Co.
 
HODGE, John (I2374)
 
52 1800 Harford Co, MD
page 48 line 5
Munger, William
4 males < 10 1 fem 16 - 26
1 male 26 - 45 1 fem 26 - 45
perhaps 2 addl free persons

1820 Hamilton OH - Anderson Twp
page 7 line 3
William Montjar
1 m < 10 2 f < 10
1 m 10 - 16 2 f 16 - 26
2 m 16 - 26 1 f > 45
1 m > 45
3 colored males 26 - 45
listed below is Peter Montjar age 26 - 45

have seen that he died in 1871 in Anderson Twp, Hamilton, Ohio ?????????? 
MONJAR, William (I3222)
 
53 1800 possibilities - Gideon Gifford
Western Onieda NY
1 wt male 16-26
1 wt male > 45
1 wt fem 16-26
1 wt fem > 45

Portsmith, Newport, RI
1 wt male 16-26
1 wt m 26-45
2 wt fem < 10
2 wt fem 26 - 45

1820 Smith TN
line 745
Gifford, Gideon
2 males < 10 2 fem < 10
2 males 10-16
1 male 26-45 1 fem 26-45
2 persons in agriculture

1830 Smith TN
2 males < 5 1 fem < 5
1 male 5-10
2 males 10-15 1 fem 10-15
1 male 60-70 1 fem 20-30

1837 Smith, TN Tax
District 4
65 acres deeded land, value 500, tax $0.25
1 white male over age 21, poll tax $0.12
total state tax $0.37
state plus county tax $1.12

1840 Smith, TN - Middle Dist
page 295 printed, 80 written
Gifford, Gideon
2 m 10 - 15 1 f 15 - 20
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 50 - 60
1 m 60 - 70

1850 Macon Co, TN
page 182B line 15 house 609/609
taken 18 Sep by H Young
Gifford, Gideon 73 NY farmer $300
Catherine 50 NC
Brice 24 TN farmer
Joel 22 TN
Sarah 14 TN
Ruthia 22 TN

living next door to Iredell Linville, age 40

Widow Catherine filed an 1812 pension claim - ??

Thomas Buckingham born about 1800 lived on the east side of what isnow Thompson lane in east Hartsville, having bought five acres from Gideon Gifford in 1846. The west boundary of this tract was the Smith-Sumner County line.

In a 1871 Macon Co., Tenn., court case (William C. Gammon vs. BarnettGifford and others), William Gammon and his wife Mary Malinda Giffordasked for reimbursement from the children of Gideon Gifford, Sr. for the care of Mary's mother Catherine Slaughter Gifford in her old age. This case went on until 1875.
Importantly, this court case, from the research of Randy East, establishes the children of Gideon Gifford, Sr. The following is copied directly from the original handwritten case (punctuation added): ". . .before the court they therefore state that the said Gideon Gifford departed this life leaving of the following children and descendants of those that is now dead to wit Betsy who intermarried with GD Burns, George Gifford, Jo F. Gifford, Hannah Gifford who intermarried to ____Keelaine and John Gifford a son who is dead leaving Peyton, John T. and James A. Gifford as his children, Gideon Gifford, Jr., a son who is deadleaving William H., Sarah A., Jane and Richard L. Gifford as his children, Joel Gifford who is dead leaving Lawson Gifford as his child, Polly Shrum who is dead leaving Gideon, John, Joel, Mary, Malvina and Jane Shrum as her children, Sally Carmon who is dead leaving Simeon Carmon, William Carmon, Teressy who intermarried with ___ Stinson, Sarah who intermarried with WA Jones, Caroline Higdon who is dead a daughter of Sally Carmon, said Caroline died leaving Narcissa, George and John Higdon as her children, DE Carmon, a son of said Sally Carmon is dead,leaving Manoah (?) Carmon as his child and Mary M. Gammon. . ." (herethe page ends, and the next page is blank)
 
GIFFORD, Gideon (I1849)
 
54 1810 Stokes, NC - Deep River
pg 608 line 2
Harman M Gee
2 m < 10 1 f < 10
2 m 10 - 16 1 f 16 - 26
2 m 16 - 26 1 f > 45
1 m > 45
1 slave
on same page with John Holbrook and Joseph Holbrook

1810 Stokes, NC Mfg Census
Harman McGee
1 unknown
100 yards
$50 value

1820 Stokes, NC
page 355 or 335 line 40
Harman Magee
1 m 16 - 18 1 f 10 -1 6
1 m 16 - 26 1 f > 45
1 m > 45
1 in ag

1830 Stokes, NC
line 20
Harmon McGee
2 m < 5 1 f 20 - 30
1 m 20 - 30
1 m 60 - 70

1835 NC Pension Roll - Stokes Co.
Harmon McGee
pvt allowance 33.33
sum rec'd 83.32 for VA svc
placed on pension roll 27 Dec 1832
commencement of pension 4 Mar 1831
age 74
 
MCGEE, Harmon (I3072)
 
55 1820 Caswell, NC Census
page 92 line 18 (NARA frame 0043)
Abraham Velines
2 males <10 1 female <10 2 male slaves <10 1 fem slave <10
1 male 10-15 1 female 26-44 1 male slave 10-15 1 fem slave 10-15
1 male 16-18 1 male slave 16-18 1 fem slave 26-44
1male 19-25 1 male slave 26-44
1male 26-44 1 male slave over 45?

1830 Caswell NC Census, page 272 line 1
Abraham Villines
1 male 5-10 1 fem 10-15
2 males 10-15 1 fem 50-60
1 male 50-60

1840 Conway, AR Census - Van Buren twp p 72
Abraham Villines
1 male 15-19 1 female 15-19
2 males 20-29 1 female 50-59 ********* recheck
1 male 60-69

1850 Newton Co, AR Census - Van Buren Twp taken 4 Nov
page 17 / 34 line 21 house 242 / 242
Verlines, Hosa 30 NC $200
Lucinda 21 TN
Margaret E 3 AR
Joseph 2 AR

living next door is
Verlines Abner 78 VA ******** assumed to be Abraham
Martha 78 VA

[Brøderbund Family Archive #164, Ed. 1, Mortality Index: United States, Arkansas Mort Sch, NEWTON CO., AR 1860
Individual: Villins, Abraham
Age: 82
Birth place: VA
Death: Dec of 1859 or 1860
Cause of death: Consumption 
VILLINES, Abraham (I4695)
 
56 1820 Clermont Co OH - Ohio Twp page 73 written, 37 printed
Swim, John 1 person engaged in agriculture
1 male 16 - 26 2 females under 10
1 female 16 - 26

1830 Clermont Co OH - Preble Twp page 317 written
Swem, John
2 males under 5 1 female under 5
1 male 10 - 15 2 females 5 - 10
1 male 15 - 20 2 females 10 - 15
1 male 30 - 40 1 female 30 - 40

1840 Clermont Co OH
pg 211 line 25
Swem, John
1 m 5 - 10 1 f < 5
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 40 - 50 1 f 15 - 20
1 f 40 - 50

1850 Clermont Co OH - Ohio Twp
taken 01 Oct by AM Gest
printed page 413, writtem page 258 house 1925/1925
Swem, John 54 OH farmer
Nancy 47 OH
Rebecca 12 OH
Louisa 3 OH
Mary Winnas 24 OH
Elizabeth " 21 OH
Catherine Swem 50 OH
Daniel B'Hymer 45 OH laborer idiotic

1860 Clermont Co OH - Pierce Twp
pg written 407 printed 205
taken 14 Jun by LB Johnson
line 32 house 352 / 341
Swem, John 65 KY farmer $3000 $550
Nancy 56 OH
Mary 30 OH

1870 Clermont Co OH - Pierce Twp taken 07 June page 255
Swim, John 74 KY farmer
Nancy 66 OH keeping home
Rebecaa Lindsey 32 OH at home

In "Ohio Records and Pioneer Families", Vol. 13, page 78 John Swem
witnessed will of Thomas Massie of Preble Co OH 4 June 1824

May have had a son named Thomas.

The Clermont Sun - Batavia, OH
Wed 03 Oct 1877, page 8 col 1
John Swem, aged 82 years, 2 months and 16 days, died at the residenceof his
son-in-law, Nathaniel Donhan, near Amelia on Sunday Sept 23rd. Mr Swem was
one of the old pioneers of this county and was held in the highest esteem by the
people of Clermont and Hamilton counties.

There have been accounts that dau Mary married Richard Hawkins in 1847, however, she married Donham in 1838
and he is mentioned in John's obit - ruling out Hawkins. 
SWEM, John (I4448)
 
57 1820 Clermont Co OH, page 045, Union Twp
Monjar, James
1 white male 16-26 1 white female 16-26
1 person engaged in manufacturing

1830 Clermont Co OH, page 201, Union Twp
Monjar, James
1 male 5-10 (francis)
1 male 15-20
1 male 20-30
1 female under 5
1 female 5-10
1 female 20-30

1840 Clermont Co OH, page 219, line 6, Ohio Twp
Mongar, James
1 male under 5 (david)
1 male 5-10 (chas)
1 male 15-20 (francis)
1 male 30-40
1 male 40-50
1female under 5
2 females 5-10
1 female 30-40

1850 Clermont Co OH, Batavia Twp
taken 25 July, pg 303/605
Monjar, James 51 Maryland cooper
Sarah 48 Massachusetts
Charles J 20 OH
David P 17 OH
Jane 9 OH
Malina 1 OH
Monjar, Francis 28 OH cooper
Anne 24 OH
Margaret 8 OH
Lewis 5 OH
Angeline 2 OH
listed one family before is Samuel and Elizabeth Whippey (Fish) Fisher

1860 Clermont Co OH, Batavia Twp, pg 88/634, line 31
Monjar, James 61 MD farmer
Sarah 57 MA
David 25 OH
Malina 11 OH
Ann A 18 OH (possible wife of David)
Willie 8/12 OH (poss son of David& Anna)

Pease, Trustam 45 MA farmer (next door)
Charity 45 OH
William 26 OH teacher
James 19 OH
Mary E 11 OH

1870 Clermont Co OH, Batavia page 20 taken 09 Jun
Monjar, James 71 MD gardener
Sarah 68 MA keeping home

1880 Clermont Co OH, Batavia Twp page 3 taken 02 Jun
house 35 / 36 line 25
Monjar, James 80 MD MD MD farmer
Sarah wife 78 MA MA MA
James gson 11 OH OH OH
Sarah E gdau 16 OH OH OH

Probably buried at Amelia Cen next to James. On back of stone next
to his it says "mother" but it has fallen. His says "father" on back. 
PEASE, Sarah (I3590)
 
58 1820 Clermont OH - Batavia
pg 79 (crossed out) 40 printed, line 11
3 m < 10 1 f < 10
1 m 10 - 16 1 f 10 - 16
1 m > 45 1 f 26 - 45
1 in ag
listed next is James then Samuel Fisher (b 1793 MA prob husband of Priscilla's sis Eliz)

in 1826 Clermont OH, propietor holders include
David Pease entry number 1671. Original holder of entry 1671 was Ed. Stephens.
Also listed with entry 1671 is f-i-l James Fisher. 3 other hold part1671 as well.

1830 Clermont OH - Batavia
page 180, line 11
Pease, David
1 male < 5 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 5 - 10 1 f 40 - 50
2 m 15 - 20
1 m 20 - 30
1m 50 - 60
listed between Benjamin Fisher age 30 - 40 and James Fisher age 70 -80

1840 Clermont OH - Batavia
page 122 line 19
Pease, David
1 male 10 - 15
1 male 60 - 70
listed next to Tristam (Trustam) Pease

1850 Clermont, OH - Batavia Twp
taken 26 Jul by AM Gest
starting page 41, continues on 42 / 304
(David is on line 7) house 321 / 321
Pease, Mastum 39 MA farmer $3000
Charity 39 OH
William 16 OH
Jared 14 OH
John 13 OH
James 9 OH
Mary E 1 OH
David 73 MA

may have married 2nd
Sarah Young 27 Jan 1835 but no wife listed in 1840 census. 
PEASE, David (I3538)
 
59 1820 Clermont OH - Ohio Twp
p g 38 printed, 74 written (crossed out) line 20
Samuel Bhymer
2 m < 10 1 f < 10
1 m 16 - 18 2 f 10 - 16
2 m 16 - 26 1 f 26 - 45
1 m > 45

1830 Clermont OH - Ohio Twp
pg 216 line 9
Samuel B Hymer
2 m < 5 1 f 10 - 15
2 m 5 - 10 1 f 30 - 40
1 m 10 - 15
1 m 60 - 70

1840 Clermont OH - Ohio Twp
pg 210 line 19
Samuel B Hymer
1 m < 5 1 f 40 - 50
1 m 5 - 10
2 m 10 - 15
1 m 70 - 80
 
BEHYMER, Samuel (I612)
 
60 1820 Davidson, TN - Nashville
page 18 line 8
William Huey
2 m < 10 3 f < 10
1 m 26 - 45 1 f 26 - 45

1830 Henderson, TN
pg 107 line 9
William Huie
3 m 5 - 10 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 10 - 15 2 f 15 - 20
1 m 30 - 40 1 f 40 - 50
listed next to William Polk age 30 - 40
also listed on page is Richard Huie age 30 - 40

1840 Henderson, TN
page 373 line 9
William Huie
2 m 15 - 20 1 f 50 - 60
1 m 20 - 30 1 f 60 - 70
1 m 40 - 50
listed next to Richard Huie (2 adult males 40 - 50, and 50 - 60)
listed next is John Huie age 20 - 30
also listed page two slots away is Sarah Polk age 40 - 50. Could be the Sary Polk in 1850 census below.
also listed on page is William Polk age 40 - 50
also listed on page is Charles Polk age 20 - 30

1850 Van Buren Co AR - Griggs Twp
taken 11 Nov pg 322 (323) line 25 house 362 / 362
Hughey, Elisha 28 TN farmer
Elisabeth Huie 32 TN
Martha J 8 TN
Jesse 6 TN
William H 4 TN
Elisa A 2 TN
Sary E 1 TN
William 59 KY cooper
Sary Polk 57 NC

Some believe that William and Sarah Polk got married on 29 Dec 1850.
Have seen alternate death date of 22 Mar 1854 in Choctaw, VB. 
HUIE, William (I2479)
 
61 1820 Hickman, TN page 41 line 28
Ann Aidlett
2 males < 10
1 male 10-16
2 male 16-26
1 male >45
1 female < 10
2 female 10-16
1 female >45
2 persons engaged in agriculture

above her is listed
Joseph Aidlette
1 male 16-26
1 female 16-26

1830 Hickman, TN pg 255 line 18
Ann Aydelott
1 male 10-15
1 male 15-20
1 male 20-30
2 female 5-10
1 femal 10-15
1 female 30-40
1 female 70-80

In 1782 taxpayers list of NC (Ratcliff Vol 2) there are 17 Forbes men and a Francis Aydlott listed in Camden county NC. 
FORBES, Ann Wiley (I1772)
 
62 1820 Lawrence, OH - Rome Twp
written page 7, line 35
Gillet, Wm
1 m < 10 2 f < 10
1 m 16 - 18 2 f 10 - 16
1 m 18 - 26 1 f > 45
1 m 26 - 45
1 in agriculture

1830 Lawrence, OH - Rome Twp
written page 325, line 17
Wm Gillet
1 m <5 1 f < 5
1 m 5-10 1 f 10-15
1 m 15-20 1 f 15 -20
1 m 50-60 1 f 20-30
1 f 40-50

1840 Lawrence, OH - Rome Twp
printed pg 52, line 7
Gillet, William
1 male 60-70 1 fem 10-15
1 fem 60-70
1 employed in mfg and trade

According to American Genealogist vol 58 pg 102 William may have diedin IL 
GILLETT, William (I1946)
 
63 1820 Smith TN Census p 94
Joshua Vick Sr
1 male over 45 2 females under 10
1 female over 45

1830 Union IL Census, p 45/88 line 4
taken by James Edwards
Josua Vick
1 male 60-70 2 females 10-15
1 female 60-70
living next door to Pilgrim Vick 
VICK, Joshua (I4665)
 
64 1820 Smith, TN
written pg 54, printed pg 99
line 28, # 2263
Weakfield, Henry
3 m < 10 1 f < 10
2 m 16 - 26 1 f > 45
1 m > 45
slaves
2 m < 14 2 f < 14
2 m 14 - 26 2 f 14 - 26
1 f > 45

1830 Smith, TN
written page 53, printed page 53
line 4, #632
Wakefield, Henry
1 m 10 - 15 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 50 - 60
1 m 20 - 30
1 m 70 - 80
slaves
1 m < 10 1 f < 10
3 m 10 - 24 1 f 10 - 24
1 m 24 - 36 1 f 24 - 36

1840 Smith, TN Census
Wakefield, Henry
written pg 77, printed pg 292, line 28
1 male 20 - 30 1 f 60 - 70
1 male 80 - 90
slaves
1 male < 5 4 f < 10
1 male 10 - 24 1 f 24 - 36
2 male 24 - 36
Henry Wakefield listed as Rev War or Military pensioner, age 88

1850 Macon, TN Census - District #4
taken 20 Aug by H S Young
page 2 / 141A line 41 house 14/14
Wakefield, Henry 110 NC $1000 farmer
Mary 76 NC

living next door to son Thomas J Wakefield age 35 
WAKEFIELD, Henry (I4782)
 
65 1820 York, SC line 49
Capt Thomas Logan's Co
2 male 10 - 16 3 f < 10
1 male > 45 1 f 10 - 16
1 f 16 - 26
1 f > 45

1830 Franklin, GA, line 8
Catlett, Labun
1 male 15-20 1 f 10-15
1 male 20-30 2 f 15-20
1 male 60-70 1 f 20-30
1 f 50-60
also on page is William Catlett

1840 Walker, GA - Dist 956
Catlett, Laban
1 male 70-80 1 fem 30-40
1 fem 60-70
also on page are John and William Catlett

First transaction showing Laban in Franklin Co., GA., was MAR 23, 1823 when Mc McCree of Clark Co., GA appointed Wm Catlett of Franklin Co., GA as his attorney to sell a piece of property there. The witnesseswhere Richard A. McKee and Laban Catlett.

On SEP 24, 1830, Laban purchased 135 1/4 acres on Nails Creek in Franklin Co., GA from William Wiley; witnessed by William Catlett and JohnCatlett, JP.

On OCT 10,. 1831, Laban purchased 90 acres on Nails Creek in FranklinCo., GA from Huston Stowe; witnessed by John Catlett and Samuel Jackson, JP.

Reprint of Official Register of Land Lottery of Georgia---1827

16th Days Drawing- March 24
Franklin
Page 46
Fortunate Drawers: Laban Catlett
CAptains District: Candells
Number: 133
District: 29
County: Lee County

18th Days Drawing - March 27
Franklin
Page 53
Fortunate Drawers: Labun Catlett
CAptains District: Caudels
Number: 73
District: 28
County: Lee County
 
CATLETT, Laban (I1182)
 
66 183 acres on Caney Fork in Lincoln Co
100 acres on Clifty Creek in Pulaski Co
Lincoln and Pulaski coutines border each other. 
WOLVERTON, Andrew (I5064)
 
67 1830 Clermont OH - Ohio Twp
page 225 line 23
Jacob Eppert
1 m 20-30 2 f <5
2 f 5-10
1 f 20-30

1840 Clay Co IN - Posey Twp
page 337 / 657 line 13
Jacob Eppert
3 m < 5 2 f 5-10
1 m 30-40 1 f 10-15
3 f 15-20
1 f 30-40

Probate estate administered by John Beymer, wife Elizabeth's brother. Final settlement was 01 Feb 1856 Clermont, OH. 
EPPERT, Jacob (I1710)
 
68 1830 - Greene Co, IN Census page 340 or 171 line 9
Andrews, James
males 3 < 5
1 20 - 30
females 1 20 - 30

not found in 1840 - Taney Co, MO
there are 2 James Andrews in Howard and one in New Madrid

1850 - Green Co, MO (became Webster Co in 1855), Dallas Twp
taken 04 Dec page 365 line 36 1777 / 1777
Andrews, James 50 KY farmer
Elizabeth 44 KY
William 19 IN
Simon 17 IN
Thomas 14 MO
Nancy 12 MO
James 10 MO
Mary 7 MO
Elias 4 MO
Silas 1 MO

1850 Greene Co MO Ag Census - taken 04 Dec
Dallas Twp, Dist 134 page 363
Andrew, James
100 value of implements and machinery
1 horses
3 milch cows
6 working oxen
1 other cattle
12 sheep
8 swine
200 value of livestock
250 bushels of indian corn
25 pounds of wool
5 bushels of peas & beans
20 bushels of irish potatos
10 bushels of sweet potatos
100 pounds of butter
75 value of homemade mfg
35 value of animals slaughtered

1860 Taney Co MO Census - Washington Twp
page 91 / 947 line 10 house 617 / 615
taken 21 Aug by Alfred Burks
Andrew, James 60 KY farmer $596
Elizabeth 49 NC
James 18 MO
Mary 16 MO
Elias 13 MO
Silas 10 MO
Thomas Andrew 24 MO
Elias 5 MO
living next door is William Andrew 31 IN and wife Sarah 26 
ANDREWS, James (I355)
 
69 1830 Alexander, IL
pg 2 line 20
William A Braken
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 50 - 60 1 f 15 - 20
1 f 50 - 60
listed next to son William

Questionable if Isaac Bracken and Rachel Stalcup's son .... have seenon internet that their son
William bn 1784 Orange Co, NC, died abt 1844, married 2 oct 1844 in Carroll, TN to Rachel Morris

Henry B Brackin in his Brackin Family of Southeastern US has a Wm sonof Isaac b. 1784. He feels that
William A being married prior to 1810 rules him out as a son of Isaac.

A Wm was still in Orange Co in 1816 on a tax list.
 
BRACKEN, William A (I809)
 
70 1830 Bedford, TN
page 75 line 6
Robert Williams
2 m < 5 3 f 5 - 10
1 m 5 - 10 2 f 10 - 15
1 m 10 - 15 1 f 15 - 20
1 m 50 - 60 1 f 40 - 50
on page with John Williams age 20 - 30 
WILLIAMS, Robert (I4992)
 
71 1830 Brown Co OH - Russellville Twp, page 398
Moore, Enoch
1 male under 5 1 female under 5
1 male 5-10 2 females 5-10
1male 10-15 1 female 20-30
1 male 30-40

1840 Clermont Co OH - Batavia Twp, page 122
Moore, Enoch
1 male under 5 1 female 10-15
1male 5-10 1 female 30-40
1 male 20-30 1 male 40-50

1850 Hamilton Co OH - Sycamore Twp
page 404 taken 11 Sept
Moore, Enoch 53 KY farmer
Nancy 49 PA
James 14 OH
William 11 OH
Nancy 7 OH
Allen 3 OH

Adams Co OH Marriage Book 2, page 131.
Ceremony performed by George Bryan on 22 Jan 1818.
License issued 21 Jan.

Clermont Sun Newspaper - 12 Jan 1844
letters remaining at Batavia include Enoch Moore

Federal land patent for Enoch Moore in Allen Co (northwest) OH in 1837??????????
and in Auglaize Co in 1838??
 
MOORE, Enoch (I3247)
 
72 1830 Clay Co MO page 287
Sollars, Elisha
3 free white males under 5
1 free white male 5 - 10
1 free white male 20 - 30
1 free white female 20 - 30

1850 Buchanan Co MO page 32 taken Sept 7
Sollers,Elisha 52 TN farmer
Jane 50 VA
Thomas 23 MO
Henry 23 MO
James 19 MO
Elisha 17 MO
Jane 12 MO
Living next door is son William

1860 Buchanan Co MO
page 46 line 13 336/324 taken 17 July
Sallers, L 63 TN farmer 1200 150
Jane 62 KY
Henry 34 MO
Jane 22 MO
Elisha may have gone or sounded like Lisha

1870 Buchanan Co MO - Washington Twp
page 705B (40), line 17 273/277 taken 12 Aug
Sollars, Elisha 72 TN farmer $500 $300
Jane 70 VA keeping house
Henry 42 MO farmer
Richard 12 MO

1880 Buchanan Co MO Crawford Twp
p 102-159 house 102 / 109
Sollars, Elisha 82 TN VA SC
Jane 81 VA VA VA

"Missouri Taxpayers" compiled by Lois Stanley, George F and MaryhelenWilson
listes Elijah Sollars under "land and property" taxpayers in Clay Co
for 1822-24-25.

"The Heritage of Buchanan Co, MO" compiled by MO River
Heritage Association states in Section C66, 'St Joseph, The Early
Community' on page 78: "Early in 1843 [Joseph] Davis bought the
preemption rights of Elisha Sollars to 160 acres to the northeast of
his home- stead. This land is now bounded by Moss street on the south,
Broadway on the north, 6th street on the west and 15th street on the
east. Davis proved up on this homestead and received the patent 01
April 1846. Joseph then sold bact to the Sollars family the north half
of this quarter section." 
SOLLARS, Elisha (I4200)
 
73 1830 Hamilton OH - Columbia Twp
pg 186 line 3 # 423
Peter Bell
1 m < 5 1 fem 15 - 20
1 m 15 - 20

1850 Clermont OH - Stonelick
pg 97 line 40 house 619/619
Peter Bell 41 OH blacksmith
Ellen 41 PA
Elizabeth 18 OH
Abraham 14 OH
Eliza 15 OH
Joshua 20 OH laborer
Sarah 9 OH
Spence 7 OH
Margaret 5 OH
Eveline Miller 9/12 OH
Samuel Cozart 24 OH laborer

1860 Hamilton OH - Anderson Twp, Newtown
taken 27 Jun pg 312 printed 64 written line 18 house 454/461
Peter Bell 51 OH master blacksmith
Ellen 51 PA
Spence 18 OH
Margaret 15 OH

1870 Hamilton OH - Anderson Twp, Newtown
taken 11 Jul pg 516 printed, 13 written
line 21 house 567/558
Peter Bell 61 OH blacksmith
Ellen 61 PA

1880 Hamilton OH - Anderson Twp, Newton
taken 3 Jun line 33 house 43/43
Peter Bell 71 OH MA PA blacksmth
Ellen 71 PA PA PA

The cemetery where infant son William is buried is in
Batavia Twp, Rustic Valley Farm or Gernen Cem., John R. Morris, owner - Olive Branch & Baldwin Rd

poss
Joshua Bell age 38 wife Katherine age 37 in Sycamore Twp, Springfield, Hamilton, OH in 1870

Taken from Hamilton Co OH Court & Other Records Vol1
compiled by Virginia Raymond Cummings pg 108
- Bell Heirs to Rodecker Deed Book 52 pg 162
Heris of John Bell; deed to Wm. Rodecker; Aug 30 1834; tract containing 110 acres on north side of
section 25 in twp 5, entire range 1. Signed by the heirs -- Peter Bell and wife Mary; Margaret McCombs
Bell; James Bell; William Bell
- Bell et al to Rodecker
Peter Bell et al; deed to Wm Rodecker; Dec 9 1836; a tract of land containing 110 acres on the north side
of section 25 in twp 5, entire range 1. Signed by Peter Bell and wife Ellen; Margaret M Bell; Wm Bell and
wife Mary Ann, of Clermont Co OH.

A John Bell received a Land Warrant in Cler. OH (w4107).
Martin Harden was the assignee.

have seen "John Bell Rev War Vet from PA is buried at Montgomery farm."

History of Clermont Co OH, 1900 contains references to a Peter Bell in 1819 and 1825 - perhaps Peter's uncle.
Also on page 534 Stonelick Twp - Contry Stores and Shops "In 1850, Peter Bell built a shop on the property
new owened by Robert Magee, wehre he worked until 1854."

Index to Tax List of Ohio for 1810 Hamilton Co by Thelma Blair Lang
Ohio Source Records pg 150
(included on Gen Pub Co CD#528 - Early Ohio Settlers 1700s -1900s)
Peter Bell
John Bell

Capt Clayton Webb Co (prob from Hamilton Co) served from 24 Aug - 20 Sep 1812
Sgt Peter Bell under Lt John Armstrong

Flagspring (IOOF)
c/o Village of Newton
3536 Church Street
Newtown, OH 45244
(513) 561-2300
Cemetery (established in 1863) located on Roundbottom Road near Ohio Rt.
32 in Newtown. Burials indexed in Anderson Twp. Cemetery Book, Vol. 2
 
BELL, Peter (I5147)
 
74 1830 Lycoming, PA - Loyalsock
pg 263 line 25 person 29
John Kendel
1 m 20 - 30 1 fem 20 - 30
(person 31 is Joseph Pass whose wife if Ellen (Eleanor) Kendall b England 1810)


1840 Lycoming Co, PA Census
page 189 line 5
Kendle, John
2 males under 5 1 female under 10
2 males 5 - 10 1 female 30 - 40
1 male 30 - 40
1 in agriculture

1850 Alexander, IL Mortality Schedule
John Kendall age 42 died Nov 1849 after a 21 day battle against
pneumonia. He was married, a farmer, and listed as born in England.

Probably the John Kendall who purchaed lot 4 se of sect 13 twp 14s range 4w meridian 3 in Alex 26 mar 1849
 
KENDALL, John (I2671)
 
75 1830 Maury, TN
page 401 line 19
Moses Hanks slaves
1 m 30 - 40 1 f 30 - 40 1 m 10 - 24
1 m 80 - 90 1 f 80 - 90 2 f < 10
1 f 10 - 24
1 f 24 - 36
listed next is an Ely, Elij, or Eliz Hanks. Oldest m 20 - 30, oldest fem 30 - 40
also listed on pg is Eliza, Elija, Eliga Dodson m 30 - 40
" John Woolverton m 50 - 60

Witherspoon Cem is near the Knob Creek Church. Also has Dodsons buried in it.
In 1963, directions were "turn left into a lane a scant half mile from the church.
This lane is very narrow --- no way to turn aroudn for a mile or so. The creek
is crossed by a pole bridge and the road turns left around a high knoll. After
turning back right, you stop and climb a foot path up this knoll, where there is a
large graveyard, very unkept."

Have seen reference to Rev War service in VA

200 acres on 4 Dec 1798 in Lincoln Co, book 2 pg 103. 
HANKS, Moses (I2173)
 
76 1830 Rabun Co, GA p 223
Odele, Banjamin
1 male < 5 2 females < 5
1 male 40-50 3 feamles 5 - 10
1 female 10 - 15
1 female 15 - 20
1 female 20 - 30
1 female 30 - 40

1832 GA Land Lottery
Odell Benjamin of Keener's District, Rabun Co, GA
lot # 256 22nd dist section 2
lot # 185 25th dist section 2

1832 GA Gold Lottery
Oden Benjamin of Keener's District, Rabun Co, GA
lot # 449 16th dist section 4

Posted on Ancestry.

A while back, someone asked me about the estate records of Benjamin Odell. I’ve made partial indexes of many of the early probate books for Rabun County, so I was able to quickly go to the right pages in two of those books to find information recorded on Benjamin’s estate. I’m not going to post the entire estate proceedings here (that would take a lotof room), but I did want to point out a few interesting items that could be used to answer the questions many researchers might have about this family.

Benjamin Odell died intestate before 15 June 1836 when Allen R. Gaines and John H. Sloan applied for Letters of Administration on his estate. The Court appointed William Kelly, John S. Henley, Wm. Jones Sr., James C. Jarrard, Geo. Lutes, H. H. Armstrong, and H. T. Moseley to appraise the estate at the same time that the Letters of Administration were entered into the record.1

Benjamin left an extensive estate upon his death, including two slaves, land in Rabun County and elsewhere, and a slew of personal goods.2 Because of this, the records created while settling his estate are fairly extensive.

Several of those records involved appointing a guardian for Benjamin’s “minor heirs” who were named as “Lewisa an idiot[,] Elizabeth, Emaline, Rachael, Charity[,] Sary ann, Margaret, James Clayton, Catharine Jane and Benjamin.”3 While Martha Odell, Benjamin’s widow, made the application for guardianship, the clerk noted that the minor heirs “all” requested Samuel Farris as their guardian. Normally such a request would indicate that all of Benjamin’s children were at least fourteen years of age (the age at which minor orphans could request their own guardian in Georgia) but no more than twenty-one, the age of majority.4 It would be difficult, however, for one married couple to have nine living children spanning that short age range, discounting “Lewisa” as she would have needed a guardian regardless of age. It’s more likely that the clerk summarized the proceedings, with the elder children agreeing to Samuel Farris as guardian, the younger not having a legal say in the matter, and the clerk not noting the difference in his rush to record the goings-on of two separate courts.5

And what about the two slaves? As it turns out, those are mentioned by name as well. On the first Tuesday in March, 1837, Samuel Farris and Henry T. Mosely purchased, respectively, the slaves Ben and Charles from Benjamin’s estate.6 Ben was sick at the time of the sale, a fact brought to the Court’s attention in June 1841 when Samuel Farris applied for a reduction in Ben’s sale price due to his inability to perform the work for which purpose he had been bought.7 Ben spent at least a year suffering from “the white swelling” between 1837 and 1841, in spite of care by a Doctor. Samuel “dispaired of his ever being cured.”

In addition to the records highlighted above, there are numerous other items of interest contained within Benjamin’s estate records, most notably the sale of Benjamin’s land and personal effects, the latter of which gives a good list of people who could be family and close friends of the Odells.

If Benjamin Odell were my ancestor, then I would not end my research with these estate records. At the very least, I would investigate related deeds and court records. For instance, I know for a fact (due to my work with Rabun County’s early Superior Court records) that the administrators on this estate were involved in several related court suits. Each of these additional records, either individually or when taken as a whole, has the potential to answer other questions Odell researchers might have, such as: Where did Benjamin’s family live before they came to Rabun County? Who were his siblings and parents? And what was his wife’s maiden name? As Judy G. Russell said in her article about Josias Baker, don’t stop there!8 Intestate records can be more illuminating than a will, and they often point to other records containing wonderful information about our ancestors.

* * * * *

1. Minutes 1826 - 39 Rabun County: 69 - 70; Probate Court, Clayton, Georgia.

2. Ibid., 73, 82 - 85, 113.

3. Ibid., 76 - 78.

4. That conclusion is an over-simplification of the matter, but roughly true. Young girls of that era were often considered of age if they were 18 or married. In the latter case, the husband usually acted in the woman’s interest or on her behalf when her parents’ estates were settled. The most that we can conclude from Benjamin’s estate records, however, is that the girls were not married, because the clerk’s wording was too vague to draw any conclusion about the age of any of the minor heirs except that they were under the age of majority or otherwise needed a guardian to oversee their legal affairs.

5. At the time Benjamin’s estate was being settled, James Bleckley was the clerk of the Superior Court and the Inferior Court.

6. Minutes 1826 - 39 Rabun County: 113.

7. Minutes 1838 - 1850 Rabun County: 94 - 97; Probate Office, Clayton, Georgia.

8. Judy G. Russell, “”Don’t Stop There!” Connecting Josias Baker to His Burke County, North Carolina, Parents,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 99 (March 2011): 25 - 41.

Mentions Benjamin O'Dell-

Deed Book A, p. 14 Dated 11 Dec. 1820, recorded 18 Aug. 1821, Sally Spradling, wife of Irwin Spradling, Putnam Co., GA, relinquish right of dowry [regarding sale of land lot 8, 2nd land district of Rabun Co., GA to Benjamin Odell]. Witness: B. Williams, JP. Signed: Sally (x) Spradling (DWC)

Deed Book A, p. 17 Dated 5 Dec. 1822, recorded 9 Jan. 1823, Edward Coffee and Winneford Coffee and William Jones and Benjamin Odell, Letters of administration, estate of John Coffee, deceased, late of Rabun Co., GA. Signed: Edward Coffee, Winniford (her x mark) Coffee, William Jones, Benjamin Odell. (DWC)

As seen in the book-

"IN SENATE December 17, 1822.

Resolved, That Benjamin ODell, Esq, be and he is hereby appointed a Commissioner for the town of Claytonsville, in the county of Rabun, in place of William Jones, refusing to serve;

Approved December 21, 1822."

http://books.google.com/books?id=xQI4AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA146&lpg=PA 146&dq=benjamin+odell+rabun+ga&source=bl&ots=2A3kb4AJiY&sig=-VJ3VHLPsa8pOSKpMTGXDSA9 b2g&hl=en&ei=07fiTfm0Lsji0QHniKGbBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9& ved=0CE8Q6AEwCA#v=onepage&q&f=false
 
O'DELL, Benjamin (I3391)
 
77 1830 Sullivan, TN
page 338 line 5
William Gifford
1 m 70 - 80 1 f 30 - 40
1 f 70 - 80

possible son?
1820 Maury, TN
William Gifford
3 m < 10 1 f < 10
1 m 10 - 16 1 f 10 - 16
1 m 26 - 45 1 f 26 - 45
 
GIFFORD, William (I1901)
 
78 1830 Washington, AR
pg 8 line 23
Henry B Brown
1 male 20 - 30 2 fem < 5
1 fem 20 - 30

1840 Madison, AR - Wonagle Twp (Madison was created from Washington)
pg 35 line 6
H B Brown
1 m < 5 1 f < 5
1 m 15 - 20 2 f 5 - 10
1 m 30 - 40 1 f 10 - 15
1 f 30 - 40 
BROWN, Henry Brantley (I874)
 
79 1840 Alexander IL Census
pg 102 line 24
Mary Phillips
1 m 5 - 10 1 f 5 - 10
1 m 10 - 15 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 15 - 20
1 f 40 - 50
listed on same page with Benjamin "McRain"

There is an Elizabeth Phillips age 57 died Sep 1849 listed in Alex Mortality Census.
Born in MO or ME and cause of death is Bell fever (or fear's). Lengthof illness 42 days.
Perhpas middle name was Elizabeth?

Have seen the following listed as a lost cem of Alexander Co.
"Douglas Cem About a mile SW of Delta--one person buried there--Samuel Phillips. " 
MCCLURE, Mary (I3000)
 
80 1840 Brooke, VA
written pg 33, line 18
Stephen Colwell (husband of dau Catherine)
1 m 10 - 15 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 15 - 20 1 f 15 - 20
1 m 50 - 60 1 f 20 - 30
1 m 80 - 90 1 f 40 - 50
Capt Oliver Brown listed under Rev War or Military Service, age 88
2 in agriculture

Residence 1770 Kings Creek in now Hancock Co WV, was Ohio Co in 1790
Prior to 1790 moved to Wellsburg in now Brooke Co, was Ohio Co in 1790
Said to be native of Roxbury, MA
Capt of artillery in Rev War, after the war - a merchant

Taken from "Wellsburg Walking Tour" at http://www.brookecountywvgenealogy.org/walkingtour.html

Oliver Brown, one of the Early Settlers in Wellsburg, was a hero of the American Revolution
and took part in the affray at Lexington; witnessed the Boston Tea Party, was at theBattle of
Bunker Hill; commanded the vounteer party that bore off the leadened statue of King George
from the Batttery at New York and mide it into bullets for the Colonists Army. His remains lie
in Brooke Cemetery.

Within a few months after marriage, he joined the army of the Revolution. At the battle of the Brandywine, Sept. 11, 1777,
he had charge of one of the pieces of artillery. The onset of the enemy was fierce, and the Americans suffered severely, losing
full twelve hundred men, killed, wounded, and prisoners. The British loss was almost eight hundred. At the close of the encounter, Brown--so I am informed--was the only man left standing by the gun.

About 1796, he removed with his family to the new State of Ohio. I have no further information, except that their posterity "are respectable and wealthy."

the above was taken from The Richardson Memorial by D. Charles Richardson. http://24.23.215.142/richardson/340.html

Significant reference in CD 520 - Early West Virginia Settlers, 1600-1900

His service record shows he was part of the 3rd Artillery Regiment. Below was taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3rd_Continental_Artillery_Regiment

The 3rd Continental Artillery Regiment also known as Crane's Continental Artillery Regiment became part of the Continental Army on January 1, 1777, as Colonel John Crane's Continental Artillery Regiment. The regiment was made up of 12 artillery companies from Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including some companies that had served in Henry Knox's Continental Artillery Regiment. The regiment served with George Washington's main army. Three artillery companies in Ebenezer Stevens' Provisional Artillery Battalion had a separate existence in the Northern Department until the end of 1778 when they rejoined the regiment.

On 10 August 1779 the unit was redesignated the 3rd Continental Artillery Regiment. The regiment was reorganized with 10 companies on 1 January 1781 after the transfer of several companies to another artillery regiment. The unit was reassigned to the Highlands Department in August 1782. The regiment was rebuilt on a four company establishment in June 1783. The 3rd Artillery was disbanded on 1 January 1784 at West Point, New York.

Designation[3] Date Department Size
Crane's Continental Artillery Regiment 1 January 1777 Main Army 12 companies
3rd Continental Artillery Regiment 10 August 1779 Main Army 12 companies
3rd Continental Artillery Regiment 1 January 1781 Main Army 10 companies
3rd Continental Artillery Regiment 24 August 1782 Highlands 10 companies
3rd Continental Artillery Regiment 12 June 1783 Highlands 4 companies
3rd Continental Artillery Regiment 1 January 1784 Highlands disbanded 
BROWN, Oliver (I904)
 
81 1840 Cabell, VA (became WV in 1863)
p 19 written, line 25
Harshbarger, David
1 m < 5 1 f 10 - 15
1 m 20 - 30 1 f 15 - 20
1 f 20 - 30
1 f 50 - 60

1850 Cabell, VA - Dist 10
taken 21 Sep by CM Maupin
house 968 / family 1009
Harshbarger, Elizabeth 63 VA
Margaret A 23 VA

son David is listed with same house number, 968, but as family 1008. 
BEECHER, Elizabeth (I592)
 
82 1840 Carroll Co AR Census
Osage Twp page 17 or 52
2nd from bottom
Rains, Samuel males 2 <5 females 1 5-10
2 5-10 1 10-15
1 20-30 1 30-40
1 30-40
 
RAINS, Samuel S (I3859)
 
83 1840 Greene Co MO Census - page 290
Chaffin, Robert
males 2 5-10 females 2 <5
1 40-50 1 5-10
2 10-15
1 in agriculture 1 20-30

1850 Greene Co MO Census - taken 04 Dec
Dallas Twp, page 367 line 2 1784 / 1784
Chaffin, Robert 53 VA
Sarah L 37 NC
Jefferson P 20 TN
Amelia 18 TN
Robert M 17 TN
Caroline A 15 TN
Sarah R 13 TN
Cenith D 8 MO
John A 4 MO
James N 2 MO

1850 Greene Co MO Ag Census - taken 04 Dec
Dallas Twp, Dist 134 page 363
Chaffin, Robert
80 acres of land, improved
28 acres of land, unimproved
1000 cash value of farm
150 value of implements and machinery
8 horses
4 milch cows
14 working oxen
6 other cattle
40 sheep
50 swine
800 value of livestock
170 bushels of wheat
1000 bushels of indian corn
500 bushels of oats
80 pounds of wool
5 bushels of peas & beans
40 bushels of irish potatos
10 bushels of sweet potatos
20 value of orchard produce
300 pounds of butter
150 pounds of beeswax
125 value of homemade mfg
100 value of animals slaughtered

1860 Webster Co MO Census - taken 23 Jun
Dallas Twp, Marshfield PO, page 26 / 724 line 28 164 / 164
Chaffin, Robert 62 VA farmer
Sarah L 46 NC
Asenth D 18 MO female
James N 10 MO
Sarah L 7 MO
Elizabeth E 3 MO
Boab Birdwell 20 TN farm laborer

Inventory of estate - Webster Co Probate Records, Vol A pages 534, 536, 537, 545
08 Oct 1862 - states that Robert Chaffin died intestate. Appoints JPChaffin admin.

p 536 lists the inventory
real estate:
lot #8 NE fractional ? of sec 5 in twp 29 range 18 containing 61.33 acres
E 1/2 of lot 7 of NE ? of sec 5 twp 29 range 18 containing 40 acres
part lot #7 NW f? of sec 5 twp 29 range 18 containing 7 acres and 60 poles
W 1/2 lot 7 NE ? sec 5 twp 29 range 18 containing 40 acres
SE ? of SE ?, NW ? of SE ? sec 27 twp 30 range 18 containing 80 acres

personal property:
1 samel mare, 3 claybank mares, 1samel horse, 1 mouse colored horse,
1 gray filley, 1 bay filley, 5 mules, 2 yearling colts, 1 sucking colt,
5 cows and calves, 1 bull, 9 yearling calves, 1 dry cow,
25 head of sheep, 1 steer, one set of smith tools, 1 two horse wagon,
1 one horse wagon & geer, 1old wagon, one set h?, 1 drowing? knife,
1 sound? sieve, 2 old bridles, 1 ?towel, 1 clock, 1 horse collar,
1 crowbar, 1straw cutter, 1 wheat fan, 1box old irons, 2 grindstones,
1 lot old ?, 1 pair ? and 2 single trees, 2 log chains, 1 dung shovel, 1 matlock,
1 pitchfork, 1 eliptic? spring, 1 mowing scythe, 1 iron av?, 2 ox yolks, 1 old ox,
1 chopping ax, 1 pig for butchering, 2 pair plow gloves, 1 mans saddle,
1 foot A?, 1 hand saw, 1 floot?, 3 aug?s, 2 plows, 2 frows?, 2 kegs white lead,
1 pair ?

cash on hand $270.50
one note Jacob Andrews for $25 due 01 Jan 1855 with 6% interest
interest now due $10.25
one note on E. M?chon $45
interest now due $6.87
total cash #357.62 
CHAFFIN, Robert M (I1247)
 
84 1840 Lawrence, OH - Rome Twp
Sprouse, Robert (given in index as Esbert)
1 male < 5 1 fem < 5
4 m 5-10 1 fem 10-15
1 m 50-60 1 fem 30-40

Listed two above is
Wm L Gillet (30-40), Joel Gillet (20-30), Sydney Gillet(30-40) on same page
also in Rome, William Gillet (60-70, f 10-15, f 60-70), Coydon Gillet(20-30), and Alanson Gillet(30-40)

In 1830, Wm Gillet in Rome, Lawrence, OH
1 m <5 1 f < 5
1 m 5-10 1 f 10-15
1 m 15-20 1 f 15 -20
1 m 50-60 1 f 20-30
1 f 40-50
listed next is Alonzo, Sidney

1850 Jefferson, IL District 10
taken 28 Sep by Robert Wingate
written pg 781 stamped pg 392 line 19 1242 / 1242
Sprouse, Robert A 61 VA $300 farmer
Minerva 44 CT
Lewis 16 OH
Adeline 14 OH
David 12 OH
Elisha 9 OH
Benjamin 17 OH

1860 Jefferson IL, Twp 3 S Range 4 E
taken 19 Jun by James M Pace
page 906 / 857 line 16
Sprouse, Robert A 74 VA farmer $550 $145
Lucy M 53 CT
Lewis 26 OH day laborer
David 23 OH
Elisha 20 OH

1870 Jefferson, IL - Twp 3 Range 4
taken 13 Jun by Samuel Pace
page printed 598 written 3 line 27 24/22
Sprouse, David 32 OH farmer $700 $300
Millie 28 TN keeps house
Joseph 2 IL
Albert 11/12 IL
Minerva 64 CT domestic

in 1880 census, Minerva is not with Sprouse children: Lewis, David, Elisha or Adeline.
David is living in Butler Co KS.
Not with Frederick George Brown in 1880.
Not with Wm G Brown in 1880 in Franklin IL. By 1887 she is living with him.

Member of Methodist Episcopal Church, Franklin, IL 1887 
GILLETT, Lucy Minerva (I1939)
 
85 1840 Perry, TN
no pg number
line 7
Ward, W A
2 m < 5 1 f 20 - 30
1 m 20 - 30

1850 Perry Co TN Census - taken 27 Sep
page 180 line 14 780 / 780
Ward, William A 34 NC farmer
Nancy 34 TN
John 12 TN
Elberts J 11 TN
Minor 8 TN
Elizabeth 6 TN
Juline 3/12 TN
Isaac 2 TN

1860 Van Buren Co AR Census - Davis Twp taken 21 Aug by JB Lewis
page 50 line 20 339 / 342
Ward Wm A 43 NC farmer
Nancy 43 TN
Elbert J 20 TN
Minor W 17 TN
Elizabeth 15 TN
J?lina 11 TN
Alford 8 TN
Malford 8 TN

living next door with Andrew B and Mary J Davis is John Ward 22 TN, alaborer

1870 Census Van Buren Co AR - Red River Twp
page 13 line 12 96 / 96
Ward William A 53 SC farmer
Eliza 40 GA
Alfred 18 AR
Malford 18 AR
Robert 3 AR
Mary 3 AR
William M 3/12 AR

1880 Van Buren, AR - Griggs Twp
page 467b line 32 house 424/424
taken 28 Jun
Ward, William A 63 SC SC SC farmer
Eliza 50 GA GA GA wife
Mary 12 AR SC GA dau
William Cullum 17 AR TN GA step son laborer
Alford and Minor and families are living together 3 houses

A John Ward applied CSA pension 1893 in Independence Co. Svc Cl K 32nd Ark Vol. perhaps son??? 
WARD, William A (I4863)
 
86 1840 Smith Co TN
Gifford, John W 1male under 5 1 fem < 5
1 male 20-29 1 fem 10-14
1 fem 15-20
1 fem 40-49
1 fem 80-89
3 slaves: one male under 10
one female under 10
one female between 24 and 36
listed two houses down from Gideon Gifford

1850 Wayne Co MO - house 73, page 374 (187), line 30
Gifford, John W 34 TN laborer
Elizabeth C 34 TN
George C 12 TN
Bailey 9 TN
John RF 6 TN
James A 2 TN 
GIFFORD, John W (I1870)
 
87 1840 Walker Co GA p 66
Odle, Martha
1 male < 5 1 female< 5
2 females 5 - 10
2 females 10 - 15
1 female 15 - 20
1 female 40 - 50

next door is Odle, Benjamin
1 male < 5 1 female 20 - 30
1 male 20 - 30

1850 Walker Co GA - W Chick page 449 taken October 15
O'Dell, Martha 56 SC
Sarah A 17 GA
Margaret V 15 GA
James C 13 GA

daughter Rachel may be Rachel (1816 SC) who married Thomas Black 12 Jul 1843 in Cherokee Co, GA.
1850 census Cherokee Co GA; 1860 census Attala Co, MS 
CATLETT, Martha (I1184)
 
88 1850 Alexander Co IL Census
Palmer, John 27 NC
Pilgrim McRaven 20 IL

IL Public Land Records (ancestry.com)
Name: Pilgrim McRaven
Section: SWNW
Price per Acre: 1.25
Total Price: 50.00
Date: 4 Mar 1854
Volume: 032
Page: 212
Type: FD
Sect: 25
Township: 14S
Range: 03W
Meridian: 3
Acres: 40.00

1855 IL State Census - Alexander Co Twp 14 South Range 3 West
page 10 line 23
McRaven, Pilgrim value of livestock - 700
1 male under 5
1 male 20 - 30 militia
1 female 10 - 20
1 female 20 - 30

US General Land Office Records (ancestry.com)
Name: Pilgrim Mcraven
Issue Date: 1 Nov 1855
Acres: 40
Meridian: 3rd PM
State: Illinois
County: Alexander
Township: 14-S
Range: 3-W
Section: 25
Accession Number: IL1580__.240
Metes and Bounds: No
Land Office: Kaskaskia
Canceled: No
US Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Number: 16188

1860 Alexander Co IL Census, page 111
taken 22 Jul, house 759
McRavins, Pilgrim 30 IL
Elizabeth Jane 26 IL
Patrick Henry 7 IL
Joseph S 4 IL
Thomas N 1 IL
Nancy J Jiles 17 IL housekeeper
Samuel Jiles 12 IL laborer
Thomas Starks 24 IL laborer

1865 IL State Census - Alexander Co, Clear Creek Precinct
McCrabens, Pilgrim 2
males under 10
1 male 10 - 20
1 male 30 - 40

2 females under 10
1 female 20 - 30

1870 Alexander Co IL Census - Clear Creek Precinct taken July 22
McCraven, P 38 IL farmer
Jane 35 IL
Henry 16
Jos S 13
Thos 9
Nellie 8
Luella 5
Benjamin 2
Margaret Wallace 18

1880 Alexander Co IL Census - Clear Creek Precinct
page 147a st 29, taken 07 Jul by PH McRaven house 156
McRaven, Pilgrim 49 IL NC TN farmer
Elizabeth J wife 45 IL VA VA
Thomas son 20 IL
Nellie dau 18 IL
Luella dau 15 IL
Benjamin son 12 IL
Elmer son 7 IL
Mary dau 5 IL
Thomas Belcher other 19 IL TN ? laborer

Marriage petition filed 24 Jul 1851 in Union co

Histories of Alexander, Union and Pulaski Counties by Wm Perrin
page B238 SA McGee rented a farm from Pilgrim McRaven in 1864
page B227 John J Reams rented a farm from Pilgrim McRaven in 1883+

Taken from Cairo Daily Bulletin
Tuesday, 22 Jan 1884:
The death of Pilgrim McRaven, one of the prominent farmers of this county, occurred at his home in Clear Creek some days ago.
 
MCRAVEN, Pilgrim (I3160)
 
89 1850 Alexander Co IL page 343 taken Oct 17
line 15 220 / 220
McClure, Thomas 26 MO farmer
Mary 18 IL
Moses Phillips 15 IL twins
Jane Phillips 15 IL twins
(Mary is the sister of Moses and Jane)

1860 Alexander Co IL Census, page 111
taken 22 Jul, house 759
McRavins, Pilgrim 30 IL
Elizabeth Jane 26 IL
Patrick Henry 7 IL
Joseph S 4 IL
Thomas N 1 IL
Nancy J Jiles 17 IL housekeeper
Samuel Jiles 12 IL laborer
Thomas Starks 24 IL laborer

1870 Alexander Co IL - Clear Creek Precinct page 135 taken July 22
McCraven, P 38 IL farmer
Jane 35 IL
Henry 16
Jos S 13
Thos 8
Nellie 8
Luella 5
Benjamin 2
Maragaret Wallace 18

1880 Alexander Co IL - Clear Creek Precinct
pg 147a st 29, taken 07 Jul by PH McRaven
McRaven, Pilgrim 49 IL NC TN farmer
Elizabeth J wife 45 IL VA VA
Thomas son 20 IL
Nellie dau 18 IL
Luella dau 15 IL
Benjamin son 12 IL
Elmer son 7 IL
Mary dau 5 IL
Thomas Belcher other 19 IL TN ? laborer

1900 Alexander Co IL - Clear Creek
taken 15 June by Thomas M Kirkpatrick
page 152a line 37 ED 9 sht 7
McRavin, Jane Jul 1835 IL VA VA 64 widow 8/8 kids
Cotner, Mary dau Jan 1875 IL IL IL
Clarence s-i-l Feb 1874 IL IL IL
Clausane gd Mar 1900 IL IL IL

Alex Co Register of Deaths:
died 27 Aug 1902 at age 67 yrs, 1 mo, 26 days, widow
cause of death - general disability & septic fever. duration 10 yrs 1 mon
born IL
burial 28 Aug 1902, Lindsey Cem, Alexander Co, IL 
PHILLIPS, Elizabeth Jane (I3661)
 
90 1850 Alexander IL Census page 346, house 256
Kendall, Deborah 46 PA
William K 19 PA
Michael S 16 PA
Robert H 11 PA
John B 07 IL
Pristly Gibbs 17 MO farmer
listed next to John Bracken

1855 IL State Census - Twp 17 S R 4 W
page 15 line 18
Deborah Kendall
4 males 10 - 20
1 male 60 - 70
1 militia
since no females are listed the 60 - 70 male must mistakenly be Deborah.
She is listed next to Smith Minton, on the next page is William Kendall age 30 - 40 (not son).

1860 Alexander IL Census - taken 25 July
page 107/8, house 744 line 40
Kendall, Deborah 60 PA housekeeper $300 personal
Harrison 21 PA farmer $200 personal
William Goodburn 14 IL
listed next door to son Wm Kendall age 28, brn PA

did not find Deborah in 1865 IL state census.
 
?, Deborah (I68)
 
91 1850 Alexander IL Census, page 345, house 253
Minton, Robert 27 MO
Caroline 20 PA
Willis 02 IL
William 7/12 IL
Lafayett Jackson 06 MO

1860 Alexander, IL Census; page 79 taken 07 Jul, house 526
Brakin, Wm 53 SC farmer & B preacher $3800 real est $700 personal
Elizbeth 38 PA housekeeper
Racheal 18 IL
Sarah 16 IL
Martha 14 IL
Louisa 12 IL
Mary A 10 IL
William 08 IL
Willis Minton 12 IL
Wlliam Minton 10 IL
Deonsy? Minton 08 IL
Michael Minton 06 IL
Debby Minton 04 IL
Jane Minton 01 IL
William Amstrong 22 Ireland laborer $250 personal

1870 Alexander IL Census, taken 14 Jul in Thebes Precinct, house 18
Bracken, Wm 65 SC
CE 42 PA
Drew Minton 18 IL
Wm Bracken 17 IL
M Minton 16 IL
Deboria Bracken 14 IL
Jane " 11 IL
Jacob " 10 IL
Esau 08 IL
Saml 03 IL
Edna 10 IL

1880 Alexander IL Census, taken 07 Jul by PH McRaven, house 179 / 181
Walker, John P 61 IL TN ?
Caroline 50 wife PA PA PA
Alice 20 dau IL IL IL
George 18 son IL IL IL
Asa 09 son IL IL IL
Fountain 05 grandson IL IL IL
Esau Bracken 16 stepson IL SC PA
Samule Bracken 14 stepson IL SC PA
Cassie Bracken 09 stepsister IL SC PA
Sallie James 82 sister TN TN ?

Bracken Cem is on Route 3 about one mile from Thebes on teh Lanier Farm.

Taken from Cairo Citizen 21 Jun 1888
Died, on the night of the 17th inst., Uncle Solomon White, an old and respected citizen of this place (Creal Springs). He was formerly a citizen of Alexander County and worked on P. McRaven's farm at Clear Creek Landing and often spoke of the old landmarks of that place-the Mintons, Walkers, McRavens, &c. He left there thirty years ago and has never been back since. He was a Christian and belonged to the Baptist Church. 
KENDALL, Caroline Elizabeth (I2659)
 
92 1850 AR Census - Madison Co, Kings River Twp taken 25 Oct
page 273 / 550 line 2 house 375 / 375
McCracken, Ewing 32 TN farmer real estate 700
Emiline 23 NC
Henry 2 AR
Robert McCracken 25 TN farmer real estate 500
Eliza Brown 42 NC
Menisa Brown 17 AR female
?adain Brown 10 AR male
Matilda Brown 8 AR female

1860 AR Census - Madison Co, Kings River Twp
page 466 house 809 / 809
McCracken, Ewing 41 TN farmer $3000 $2943
Emiline J 32 NC
Henry P 11 AR
Nancy M 7 AR
John D 5 AR
Laura 6/12 AR
Ewing Woody 20 TN farmer $0 $600

1870 Madison Co AR Census - Kings River Twp taken 20 Aug
page 17 / 395 line 24 house 120 / 125
McCracken, Emiline 46 TN keeping house
Henry 21 TN at school
John D 15 AR " "
Belle 11 AR " "
Dorcas 7 AR " "
Alice 5 AR " "

1880 Madison Co AR Census - Kings River Twp
page 487B
McCrackin, JD 24 AR TN NC farmer
Sarah J wife 19 IL PA IL keeping house
Emeline mother 52 NC NC NC does housework
Dorcas L sister 17 AR TN NC
A E sister 13 AR TN NC
William cousin 21 AR TN TN works on farm
 
BROWN, Emiline Jane (I867)
 
93 1850 AR Census - Madison Co, Kings River Twp taken 25 Oct
page 273 / 550 line 2 house 375 / 375
McCracken, Ewing 32 TN farmer real estate 700
Emiline 23 NC
Henry 2 AR
Robert McCracken 25 TN farmer real estate 500
Eliza Brown 42 NC
Menisa Brown 17 AR female
?adain Brown 10 AR male
Matilda Brown 8 AR female

at house 371 is John McCracken 39 TN and Mary 39 TN

1860 AR Census - Madison Co, Kings River Twp
page 466 house 809 / 809
McCracken, Ewing 41 TN farmer $3000 $2943
Emiline J 32 NC
Henry P 11 AR
Nancy M 7 AR
John D 5 AR
Laura 6/12 AR
Ewing Woody 20 TN farmer $0 $600

at house 804 is Robert McCracken 37 TN and Eliza 30 TN
 
MCCRACKEN, Ewing (I3029)
 
94 1850 AR Census - Madison Co, Kings River Twp taken 25 Oct
page 273 / 550 line 2 house 375 / 375
McCracken, Ewing 32 TN farmer real estate 700
Emiline 23 NC
Henry 2 AR
Robert McCracken 25 TN farmer real estate 500
Eliza Brown 42 NC
Menisa Brown 17 AR female
?adain Brown 10 AR male
Matilda Brown 8 AR female 
NORRIS, Eliza (I3382)
 
95 1850 Buchanan Co MO page 32 taken Sept 7
Sollers, Elisha 52 TN farmer
Jane 50 VA
Thomas 23 MO
Henry 23 MO
James 19 MO
Elisha 17 MO
Jane 12 MO

1860 Buchanan Co MO - Washington Twp western section
taken 04 Jun page 275 line 28 23/23
Sallers, EB 25 MO well-digger
Malmada 23 MO
Nancy 60 MO
Eliza 1 MO

CW Draft Reg (Buchanan Co, Subdivision 1 - Washington TP)
Braziel Sollers unmarried, age 30, single laborer; listed next to Henry Sollers, 37 single farmer

1880 Wayne Co MO - Williamsville twp
page 167 taken 10 Jun by Thos J Morrison
line 13 22/23
Sollers, Edward 46 MO NC VA farmer
Adiline wife 35 IL KY KY
Bettie E dau 7 MO MO IL
Mollie T dau 6 MO MO IL
James son 2 MO MO IL
William Johnson other 50 MI Scotland MI (works at saw mill)
(possibly Elisha's brother in law - Jane's husband???)

1900 Carter Co MO - Johnson Twp
taken 30 Jun by A S J Lehr
page 191A line 41 472/487
Sollars, Elisia B May 1833 MO NC VA
Evah wife 1843 IL Unk VA
Wm W son Nov 1881 MO MO IL
Montie C dau Apr 1888 MO MO IL
Oscar Harker boarder Aug 1875 IN
married 23 years 4/6 kids

Dec 03, 1892 EB Sollars and Adaline, his wife, sold 66 acres in Wayne
County, Missouri to WT Wilson for $1

Not in Wayne Co in 1894 Taxpayers 
SOLLARS, Elisha Brazeal (I4201)
 
96 1850 Carroll AR - page 121 line 8 house 2/2
taken 02 Sept by T Denton
Raines, Jane 43 GA
John 19 TN farmer
Elizabeth 15 TN
Wm M 13 TN
Samuel L 11 TN
James L 9 TN
Margaret J 7 AR
next door is Lewis Raines 40 KY brick mason

1860 Carroll AR - Carrollton twp
p 35 line 37 248 / 240 taken 26 Jun
Raines, Jane w [widow] 51 GA
Samuel L 23 TN farmer
James L 20 TN farmer
Margaret J 16 AR

1870 Carroll AR - p 3a line 21 38/39
Rains, Lawrance 31 TN
Sarah R 31 NC
James Lawrance 14 MO
Wm Lafayette 2 AR
Sadaly Jane 6/12 AR Dec
Jane Rains 64 GA 
CAMPBELL, Margaret Jane (I1096)
 
97 1850 Carroll Co AR - Carrollton twp
taken 15 Oct by T Denton
printed pg 129b line 32 120/120
Boyd, Tillmon 32 IN farmer
Elizabeth 26 MO
Robert H 7 AR
Nancy 5 AR
John H 2 AR
Frances M (f) 2/12 AR
William Baker 22 unk

Tilman Boyd was granted 160 acres just south of Weatherford, Texas along a tributary of the Brazos River
called San Antonio Creek. It was alternately referred to as a settler's claim and a pre-emption claim. Basically
a pre-emption claim allows for a grant if the applicant can show that he has settled, inhabited, and improved land
continuously for a period of three years. This acreage had been part of the Mississippi and Pacific Railroad reserve
land which was opened up for settlement by an act passed 26 Aug 1856. 160 acres was the standard amount given.
The pertinent facts from the application and patent are:
Tilman Boyd presented a pre-emption affidavit to the Parker County Clerk on 28 Feb 1857.
The land bordered the 160 acre survey of Samuel Criswell (significance explained below).
Tilman Boyd's survey took place on 27 Feb 1857 (but not presented to the court until 7 Jun 1858).
On 28 Feb 1857 Samuel Criswell and R. E. Byrd stood as witness that Tilman Boyd was settled on the vacant
land at the date of the Act 26 Aug 1856 and continued to reside there.
The patent (deed) was granted on 7 Jan 1861.

This places Tilman in TX prior to Aug 1856 which is consistent with the birth of Tilman Jr in TX in Nov 1855.
The interesting part about his neighbor who stood witness for him is that this is the same Samuel Criswell who was in Izard Co,
AR in 1850 living next door to two Glover families. Possible connection with Tilman's first wife Elizabeth Glover??? The patent
date on his land is 5 Aug 1859, which means he had been in TX since atleast Aug 1856 as well.

1856 Parker Co Tax Roll - Tillman Boyd -160 acres, no Negroes

Sep 1857 - Jury scrip was paid to T. Boyd

25 Sep 1858- In the Belton Independent newspaper, page 3 col 1 under "Marks and Brands":

Tilman Boyd - o 1-2 c and u bit re, u 1-2 el e; brand TB joined (over half crop and under bit right ear; under half crop left ear)

John Boyd - u b r; no brand (under bit right ear)


1858 Census of Weatherford, Parker Co taken 01 Oct
T H Boyd 8 people 1 voter

1858 Parker Co Tax Roll - Tillman Boyd

1859 Parker Co Tax Roll - Tillman Boyd
Also a P H Boyd - perhaps this is the Patrick Boyd which also enlisted in the 19th regiment from Parker Co.
I have not been able to locate him before or after the war.

23 Jan 1864 - T. Boyd's petition to the Weatherford Masonic Lodge was approved

Mar 1864 Tilman Boyd served for 23 days in the Texas State Troop (a home guard that protected Texas against the Indians
and was used to track down deserters and Union spies). He was paid $2 a day for his service. He joined the 1st Frontier
District Company A in Weatherford, Parker Co. He was 46 in Mar of 1864. (consistent with 1818 bdate). Note:about this time
the TST was attached to the regular Confed army

Tilghman Boyd, Sgt in Co E, Burford's 19th Reg, TX Cav CSA. He was 43 in 1862, 5 ft 5 inches tall, blue eyes and light hair.
Again the age is consistent.

1864 Parker Co Tax List
Tilman Boyd had $100 in Confed notes
owed 500 tax on Confed notes
$345 value of horses, cattle, and sheep
owed $2.73 in state tax
owed $0.81 in county tax
owed $1.25 in poll tax
1865 Parker Co Tax List
T Boyd misc property value $190
owed poll tax of $1.00
owed state tax of $1.24
owed county tax of $0.74 note: showed no livestock to be taxed
1866 Parker Co Tax List
Tilmon Boyd $236 in misc property
owed $1.00 in poll tax
owed $0.47 in advalorem tax
owed $0.73 in county tax note: showed no livestock to be taxed.

1867 Voter Registration for Parker Co - no T Boyd
1867 Parker Co Property Tax shows a purchaser (ilegible, familysearch.org image 7, line 10) abstract number 5XX, original owner Tilman Boyd, dated May
1868 Parker Co Poll Tax - GH Boyd listed, Jas J Boyd, no T or Tilman Boyd listed
1870 Parker County Tax List
William M Rice owned 160 acres, original grantee Tilman Boyd

1870 Boone AR - Carrollton twp
taken 20 Aug page 402B line 4 11/11
Boyd, Tilmon * 52 IN farmer $1600 $300
M J (fem) 37 MS keeps house
T H (m) 14 TX
E S (f) 12 TX
J H (m) 8 TX (Perry H)
S E (f) 8 TX (Sallie Emma)
E A (f) 6 AR
E W (f) 2/12 AR May
* Some printed indexes list given name as Filmore.
Next door to Roland Boyd.

Tilman Boyd private

Tilman and MJ Boyd sold land to Alford Hulsey
date of instrument 24 Sep 1870 date of filing not recorded
Boone Co Deed Bk A pg 342

Tillman and Martha J Boyd sold land to Joseph Troutt
date of instrument 20 Mar 1872 date of filing 01 Oct 1872
Boone Co Deed Bk B pg 37
 
BOYD, Tilman H (I721)
 
98 1850 Carroll Co AR Census - Osage Twp taken 30 Sep
page 142 line 15 house 282 / 282
Campbell, Wade H 28 AL farmer
Louisa A 23 TN
Matilda J 3 AR
Samuel C 1 AR
Mary E 2/12 AR

1860 Carroll Co AR Census - Carrollton twp taken 29 June
page 724 / 38 line 5 house 263 / 252
Campbell, WH 37 AL farmer $600 personal estate $620 real estate
Louisa A 34 TN
Malitha J 12 AR female
Mary E 8 AR
Samuel C 10 AR
Margaret 7 AR
Georgiana 5 AR
Louisa A 3 AR
Wade H 2 AR
Daniel Conner 9/12 AR
 
RAINS, Louisa Adeline (I3855)
 
99 1850 Census Van Buren AR - Hartzog Twp taken 2 Oct p299 line 8
Rogers John 40 TN farmer
Mary 27 TN
George 18 TN
Nancy Ann 15 TN
Martha C 13 TN
James A 11 MS
Joseph T 9 MS
Malinda J 6 MO
Louisa E 4 AR
Frankie C 1 AR

1860 Census Van Buren AR - Griggs Twp taken 15 Oct
page 134 line 22 883 / 894
Rogers, John 57 TN farmer $800 real estate $1500 personal estate
Mary 38 TN
Joseph T 19 MS
Louisa E 14 AR
Franky J 12 AR
Mary C 10 AR
John R 4 AR
Wm J 2 AR
Jackson L 9/12 AR

1880 AR Census - Van Buren Co. Griggs Twp
Vol 13 ED 201 Sheet 45 Line 35
Burnett, Daniel E 40 TN TN NC
Louisa E wife 34 AR TN TN
Samuel T or F son 13 AR TN AR
John H son 10 AR TN AR
Robert S son 8 AR TN AR
Elisha L son 7 AR TN AR
Malinda J dau 6 AR TN AR
Melvina E dau 4 AR TN AR
William E son 1 AR TN AR
Mary mother 66 NC NC NC

1900 Van Buren Co AR Census - Choctaw Twp taken 08 Jun
Ed 141 Sheet 6 Line 78
Burnett, Daniel Jun 1840 59 TN TN NC married 32 years farmer
Elvira wife Jan 1847 53 AR TN AL 8 of 11 children living
Vina dau Jan 1876 24 AR TN AR
Wm E son Nov 1877 22 AR TN AR
Lou A dau Jun 1882 17 AR TN AR
Adam son Mar 1886 14 AR TN AR
Jackson son Aug 1890 9 AR TN AR

1910 AR Census - Van Buren Co - Griggs Twp
Taken by Lewis Mills, 15 Apr, ED 123, Page 1, Line 10
Burnett, Daniel E 69 TN TN NC married 44 years
Louisa wife 63 AR TN TN 9 of 14 children living
Vina dau 34 AR TN AR single
Addie J dau 23 AR TN AR single

1920 Van Buren Co, AR Census - Griggs Township
taken by James Thompason on 17 Jan 1920
ED 127, page 8, line 14, household 139
Burnett, Wm E 41 AR TN AR farmer
Georgia E wife 37 AR TN TN
Clell L son 12 AR AR AR
Hayes E son 8 AR AR AR
Emmeline mother 72 AR TN MO widow

born in 1847 or 48
died in Jan or Jun
 
ROGERS, Louisa Emmeline (I4036)
 
100 1850 Census Van Buren AR - Hartzog Twp taken 2 Oct p299 line 8
Rogers John 40 TN farmer
Mary 27 TN
George 18 TN
Nancy Ann 15 TN
Martha C 13 TN
James A 11 MS
Joseph T 9 MS
Malinda J 6 MO
Louisa E 4 AR
Frankie C 1 AR

1860 Census Van Buren AR - Griggs Twp taken 15 Oct
page 134 line 22 883 / 894
Rogers, John 57 TN farmer $800 real estate $1500 personal estate
Mary 38 TN
Joseph T 19 MS
Louisa E 14 AR
Franky J 12 AR
Mary C 10 AR
John R 4 AR
Wm J 2 AR
Jackson L 9/12 AR 
MCCORMAC, Mary (I189)
 

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