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Family History:

Wadkins-Watkins Line

The history of my family line, as traced so far, started in July 1760 in Salsberry, Rowan County, North Carolina with the birth of Benedict Watkins, Sr. Very little history has been found on Benedict yet. Benedict married Barbara Stanley and they traveled to Kentucky. Between 1832 and 1835 Benedict fought in the Revolutionary War. In May 1830 Benedict and Barbara had a son, James Monroe Wadkins. James grew up in Floyd County, Kentucky where he married Mary Elizabeth Poe in 1851. In 1862 James and Mary had a son, John Wadkins. John also grew up in Floyd County, Kentucky where he married Rose Ann Perkins in 1896. In September 1886 John and Rose had a son, Noah Wadkins. Noah grew up in Floyd and Magoffin County, Kentucky where he married Susanna Fletcher in September 1912. In March 1931 Noah and Susanna had a son, Callaway Wadkins. Callaway also known as Cally, grew up in McGuffen County, Kentucky and later traveled to Branch County, Michigan. Near the age of 19, Cally then traveled to Huron County, Ohio where in September 1956 he married Patricia Pitcock.

Pitcock Line

The history of the Pitcock family, as traced so far, started in the mid 1800's with the birth of Thomas A. Pitcock on March 23, 1854 in Virginia. Thomas traveled to Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland where he married Annie E. (unknown last name and date) and had 9 known children. Their 7th born, William Gerard Pitcock, Sr. traveled to Ohio and married Lydia Jenkins, date and location unknown. William and Lydia had 5 known children. Their first born William Thomas Pitcock, Jr. married Gertrude Teresa Szegedy, date and location unknown and they had 3 children. Their youngest Patricia Pitcock married Callaway (Cally) Watkins on September 15, 1956 in Willard, Huron County, Ohio.

Szegedy Line

The history of the Szegedy family, as traced so far, started in the late 1880's with the birth of Victor Szegedy on abt.1880 in Hungary. Victor traveled to Cleveland, Ohio from Hungary and married Kate (last name unknown) and they had 4 known children. Sometime shortly after their 4th child it is believed the both Victor and Kate died and the children were placed in an orphanage in Cleveland, Ohio. Their 3rd born, Gertrude Teresa Szegedy married William Thomas Pitcock, Jr., date and location unknown and they had 3 children. Their youngest Patricia Ann married Callaway (Cally) Watkins on September 15, 1956 in Willard, Huron County, Ohio.

Fletcher Line

The history of the Fletcher family, as traced so far, started in the late 1700s in North Carolina with the marriage of Epperson Fletcher to Elizabeth Unknown, date and location also unknown. Epperson and Elizabeth had a son, George Fletcher whom married Louisa Marshall on June 24, 1819 in Floyd County, Kentucky. George and Louisa had 11 children. Their first born, Issac C. Fletcher married Susannah Gilbert on January 04, 1844 in Floyd County, Kentucky and they had 10 children. Their 6th born, George W. Fletcher married Bashie Adams on November 18, 1888 in Magoffin County, Kentucky and they had 6 children. Their 4th born, Susanna (Susie) Fletcher married Noah Watkins on September 07, 1912 in Magoffin County, Kentucky and they had 12 children. Noah and Susie traveled to Ohio and then to Michigan where Noah died in September 1953.

Rowland Line

The history of the Rowland family, as traced so far, started in about the late 1700s in Virginia with the of birth of John Rowland Jr. on about 1775 in Washington County, Virginia. John married Eleanor Ramey on September 19, 1799 in Washington County, Virginia and they had 7 children. John and Eleanor's 3rd child Armstrong, a son born about 1805, married Polly (unknown) and marriage date (unknown) and they had 4 children. Armstrong and Polly's 1st child John, a son born about 1829, married Margaret Fairchild on December 4, 1848 in Johnson County, Kentucky and had 12 children. John and Margaret's 10th child Richard, a son born January 1871, married Sarah Margaret Estep on September 10, 1895 in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky and had 7 children. Richard and Sarah's 3rd child Henery Armstrong, a son born on October 14, 1915 in Morgan County, Kentucky married Lula Pennington and they had 11 children. Henery and Lula's 3rd child James Emerson, a son born on February 8, 1920 in Fuget, Johnson County, Kentucky married Elsie Collins, date and location unknown and they had 2 children. Their first born James Rowland traveled to Ohio and married Linda Reynolds, 'Private, still living'

Reynolds Line

The history of the Reynolds family, as traced so far, started in the early 1700s in Ohio with the birth of David B Reynolds, born May 1796. Wife, marriage and marriage location unknown. He had a son, Abraham Reynolds, born January 1824. Wife, marriage and marriage location unknown. He had a son Orrie Ulyses Reynolds whom married Vada May King, date and location unknown and they had 5 children. Their 2nd born, Jay Tyler Reynolds married Della Fern Colley on December 01, 1923 in Brighton, Lorain County, Ohio and they had 6 children. Their first born, Lester Leroy Reynolds married Darlene Mae Wilkins on 'Private, still living' and they had 6 children. Their 2nd born, Linda Marie Reynolds married James Douglas Rowland on 'Private, still living' and they had 3 children.

If you have any information on these family lines please contact me.

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