married to Malachi Overton on 12 Dec 1887 in South
Mills, NC. Marriage license dated 12 Dec 1887, Camden Co., NC
Malachi Overton 30 of Camden Co. son of Mitchell and Mary Overton married to Sarah E. Sprewell 18 of Pasquotank Co., daughter of Burton and Deborah Sprewell.
He was married to Caroline Elizabeth Moore.
She was married to Albert Walker on 19 Jul 1893.
He was married to Elizabeth Bird on 11 Feb 1872.
He was married to Mary Frances Walker on 5 Oct 1865.
He was married to Hannah E. Page on 11 Oct 1868.
She was married to David Garrison.
She was married to James Franklin Page on 16 Jan 1873.
He was married to Artelia Aldridge on 20 Oct 1840. Children were: Mary Ann Stadler , William Joseph Stadler, John Ingram Stadler, James Rufus Stadler, Martha Susan Stadler, Nancy Frances Stadler, Elizabeth Jane Stadler, Levi Graves Stadler.
He was married to Mary F. Cooper on 5 Oct 1865.
He was married to Enor Legold Aldridge.
He was married to Mary Elizabeth Aldridge on 3 Dec 1919.
She was married to Jacob Samuel Aldridge on 21 Jun 1905.
She was married to Ira Stroud Aldridge on 22 Sep 1917.
She was married to Lewis Benjamin Aldridge on 29 Nov 1914.
She was married
to William Tarkenton in 1723. The Tarkingtons owned
land on both sides of the Scuppernong River, which made transportation and communication
easier. When the county lines were formed, some farms were in Tyrrell County,
formed in 1729. Others were in Washington, formed in 1799. However, they were
neighbors and lived on adjoining farms.
In a letter dated 6 Jan. 1969 from Thad Eure, Secretary of State, from Raleigh, NC...he states "We have a record of a grant issued to William Torkinton by John Lord Carteret, Palatine for 206 acres, July 8, 1730, N.W. side of Scuppernong River. This grant was recorded under our "Lord Proprietors Grants," and mentions no particular county.
The first constitution of North Carolina was adopted in 1776 and Zebulon Tarkington from Tyrrell County was elected to the Senate from 1811 to 1818. In 1819-1820 his son Benjamin was elected to the House of Commons from Washington County, North Carolina, which was the adjoining county to Tyrrell.
William is listed as a minor in his father's will dated 14 November 1715. This means he was born in 1700 or later.
William's will dated 27 February 1747 names his children: John, Joshua, Benjamin, Joseph, William, Zebulon, Mary, Anne, Sarah and Joanna. Even though his father's will does not mention a son named John, this will indicates William had a brother named John. The will was recorded 4 October 1748.
Ann's will dated 10 Nov. 1777 names her sons: William Tarkenton and Zebulon Tarkenton. She also names her granddaughters: Ann (daughter of William, Ann (Nancy Ann) (daughter of Zebulon) and Ester Hassell.
Children were: Joseph (Sr.) Tarkenton, Joshua Tarkenton, Zebulon Tarkenton, Benjamin Tarkenton, Joanne Tarkenton, Sarah Tarkenton, William W. Tarkenton, Ann Tarkenton.
married to John Tarkenton in 1683 in Richmond County,
VA. In 1696 John Tarkington, Jr., who lived in Albemarle County, Virginia, sued
in court a man for taking his whale oil and not paying for it. He had worked
10 days, rendering it and getting it ready for sale.
Whale and sturgeon were royal fish, and a license was needed for catching them. engaged in fishing paid ten per cent of the value of the fish to the Lord's I)roprietors. was the only means of fuel for lamps. Tlie culprit was forced to pay for the oil, and tobacco were u8cd in tl'o place of money.
The parties Whale oil pork and
Records indicate this John came from Richmond County, Virginia. He was sued for not marrying the widow Frances Starke, but, the case was dismissed because he agreed to take her to North Carolina with him. In 1703 John and others including Frances Starke went to North Carolina. This John also married Marth Starke.
In October 1703 John petitioned the court for 5 rights to 250 acres of land for transporting himself, his wife Martha, Anne Starke and Frances Starke. In 1704 he petitioned the court again for more land. However, there is no record of whether or not he succeeded.
His will dated 14 Nov. 1715 names wife Martha and children: William, Mary and Rebecca. Since William is a minor he must have been born in 1898 or later. Edward Phelps is named as overseer of the will and wife Martha is named as executor. The will was probated on 30 July 1716.
Children were: Mary Tarkenton, Rebecca Tarkenton, John Tarkenton, William Tarkenton.
She was married to Luther Clyde Howell
about 1930. Source of info: Suzanne Howell:
Clyde never used the name of Luther. He was The Chief Engineer for the American Tobacco Co. Clyde was buried at Four Mile Creek Baptist Church on Historic Route 5 in Richmond, VA.
She was married to John Groff in 1885 in Lake Church, Wisconsin. Jeff Lorge (my son-in-law) said John Groff ran a tavern in Lake Church, Wisconsin until his death is 1907. His son, Sylvester was a minister. Children were: Anna Groff, John Groff, George Groff, Sylvester Groff, Rosa Groff, Joseph Groff, Elizabeth Groff.
He was married to
Mary Unknown. 1870 Census, Port Washington, Ozaukee, Wisconsin, page 8.
shows family as recorded.
Children were: Cornelius Steinmetz, Mary Steinmetz, Catherine Steinmetz, Anna Steinmetz, Nicholas Steinmetz, Eva Steinmetz, Elizabeth Steinmetz, John Steinmetz, St. Nicholas Steinmetz.
She was married to William Henry Tarkenton on 2 Sep 1918 in Fulton County, KY. Children were: Katie Marie Tarkenton, Henry Fisher Tarkenton , Martha Louise Tarkenton, Georgia Alma Tarkenton, Charles Eugene Tarkenton .
She was married to Willie King.
He was married to Martha Ann Tarkenton on 14 Jun 1858.
He was married to Martha Ann Tarkenton on 18 May 1858 in Greensburg, IN.
She was married to Melvin
Ercell Howell in 1928. Census 1930, MD. Baltimore, ED 147, image 40:
Melvin E. 19, Mary O. 17 and Melvin E. 1
Info provided by Suzanne Howell:
The family lived in Richmond and Melvin Sr. worked for Virginia Electric and Power. When Melvin Jr was 9 months old the family moved to Baltimore and Melving Sr went to work for Baltimore Gas and Elecltric. In 1948, while Melvin Sr. was working on the Johns Hopkins University Campus, a fellow worker dropped a live wire on him and it burned his arm and leg off. Melvin Sr. then worked as a dispatcher until he retired. Melvin Sr. and wife Virginia then moved to Florida. Children were: Melvin Howell.
She was married to White Legdell Tarkenton in 1912.
She was married to Julian Davis Tarkenton on 18 Apr 1917 in Danville, Boyle Co., Kentucky.
He was married to Nancy Miles.
She was married to Alexander (Jr) McComas .
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