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1. My grandaunt, Louisa Neal Drane, married Lemuel Braxton Lester. Her ancestry is recorded in my file Drane Census Notes. Their family and his ancestry are recorded in this file. Since they had only one son, Drane Lester, and he died childless, this then lists the census records for his Lester ancestors, his aunts and his uncles.
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Born Died Grave 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
James Lester 1714 SC 1805 SC

Caterina Daneford 1732 SC 1808 SC


Children of James Lester & Caterina Daneford
James Lester 1754 SC 1819 PR

John Lester 1754 SC 1817 SC

Charles Lester 1760 SC 1827 SC

Isaac Lester 1760 SC 1840 GA

1840 1830
Peter Lester 1760 SC 1808 SC

Jane Matilda Ruble 1766 SC 1835 IN IN
1830
Joyce Lester 1762 PA 1822

William Lester 1766 PR
1827 PR

Samuel Lester ~1765 SC


Abner Lester ~1765 SC



Children of Peter Lester & Jane Matilda Ruble
Mary Lester 1786 SC 1864 MS MS
1860 1850 1840 1830
James Lewis Harmon 1784 SC 1835 SC
(uncle)
1830
Peter Ruble Lester 1790 SC 1887 IN IN
1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
1) Haney Meele O'Neall 1796 SC 1831 IN IN
1830
2) Susannah Gilliam (Buckner) ~1793 NC


m. 31 Jan 1836 Greene Co, IN 1860 1850 1840 1830
Vincent Lester 1800 SC 1888 IN
1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
1) Belinda Benham 1808 VA 1858 IN m. 3 Oct 1824 Greene Co, IN (13 children)
1850 1840 1830
2) Lydia Faucett (Jones) 1812 NC

m. 26 Feb 1860 Greene Co, IN 1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
3) Hester ??? 1809 1885 IN
1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
Linda Lester 1805 SC 1847 IN

1840 1830
Samuel Bynum 1803 NC 1877 IN IN m. 7 Apr 1825 Greene Co, IN 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
William Simpson Lester 1802 SC 1887 MS MS
1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
Mary Magdalene Kinard 1808 SC 1854 MS MS m. May 1824, Newberry Co, SC
1850 1840 1830

Children of William Simpson Lester & Mary Magdalene Kinard
Jane Caroline Lester 1825 SC 1904 MS MS
1900 1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
Jacob Wesley Harmon 1824 SC 1878 MS MS (nephew) m. 1 Sep 1847 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
Simon Peter Lester 1827 SC 1914 MS MS
1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
Emily A. Bowen 1836 1865 MS m. 15 Feb 1855 Marshall Co, MS 1860 1850 1840
John Kinard Lester 1828 SC 1844

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William S. Lester 1830 SC 1918 MS
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1) Mary Edith Pollard 1841 SC 1887 MS (3 children)
1880 1870 1860 1850
2) Emma Crittendon (Spikes) Nicholas 1853 GA 1926 MS (2 children) 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 m1: Nicholas 1873
m2. Lester 1889
Levi Willis Lester ~1832 SC 1862

1860 1850 1840
Mary Elizabeth Vickers ~1838 VA

m. 1854 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1850 1840
Jacob Bright Lester 1834 SC 1907 MS

1900 1880 1870 1860 1850 1840
Margaret Ruth Spencer 1845 MS


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David Slicke Lester 1836 SC 1863 MS

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Mary E. Lester 1837 SC 1928 MS
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Henry J. Lawley 1818 AL 1884 MS
1880 1870 1860 1850 1840 1830
Pinckney Vincent Lester 1841 SC 1899 MS
1880 1870 1860 1850
Lemuel Bedenbaugh Lester 1844 MS 1891 MS

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Margaret Lee Pollard 1847 MS 1892 MS
1880 1870 1860 1850
Daniel Benjamin Lester 1848 MS 1851

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George Ruble Lester ~1850 MS 1928

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Wrennie Clyde 1847 1876 MS
1870 1860 1850

Children of Lemuel Bedenbaugh Lester & Margaret Lee Pollard
Lemuel Braxton Lester 1869 MS 1947 MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870
Louisa Neal Drane 1875 MS 1940 MS MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880
Virgie Lester 1872 MS 1957 MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880
Van E. Potts 1875 MS 1934 MS
1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 WWI m. 14 Oct 1897 Panola, Divorced
Van E. Lester 1875 MS 1945 MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 WWI
Bertha G. Cobb 1882 1980 MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 m. 31 Jul 1904 Phillips Co, AR
Leona May Lester 1878 MS 1971 MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900
1900
1880 SSDI
Rubel Omar Lester 1880 MS 1946 MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 WWI
Clifton Wayne Lester 1883 1884 MS
Ervin/Erwin Roy Lester 1885 1928 MS
1920 1910 1900 WWI (unmarried)
Maggie Lem Lester 1890 1891 MS

Child of Lemuel Braxton Lester & Louisa Neal Drane
Walter Hugh Drane Lester 1899 MS 1941 KY MS 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 WWI KDI (unmarried)



William Simpson Lester & Mary Magdalene Kinard

Census 1850 Lester, William Simpson

(1850 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, 13-DIST
Series: M432 Roll: 379 Page: 330B
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William Simpson Lester & Mary Magdalene Kinard
1850 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1850)
Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 1 Oct 1850
Name Age Est Born Sex Born Occupation
Lester Simpson 47 ~1803 M SC Farmer
Lester Mary 42 ~1808 F SC
Lester William S 20 ~1830 M SC
Lester Levi W 18 ~1832 M SC
Lester Jacob R 16 ~1834 M SC
Lester David S 14 ~1836 M SC
Lester Mary A 12 ~1838 F SC
Lester Pinkney B 9 ~1841 M SC
Lester Samuel B 7 ~1843 M Missi
Lester Daniel B 2 ~1848 M Missi
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 13, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: M432_379; Page: 330B; Image: 280

Census 1860 Lester, William Simpson

LESTER, SIMPSON (1860 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, COMO
Series: M653 Roll: 589 Page: 247
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Willis L Lester
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William Simpson Lester
Son Levi Willis Lester?
Como P.O.
1860 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1860)
Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 25 Sep 1860
Name Age Est Born Sex Born Occupation
Lester Simpson 57 ~1803 M South Carolina Farmer
Lester Pinkey V 19 ~1841 M South Carolina Gentleman
Lester Lemuel B 17 ~1843 M Mississippi
Lester George R 10 ~1850 M Mississippi

Lester Willis L 26 ~1834 M South Carolina Farmer
Lester Mary 22 ~1838 F Virginia
Lester Mollie 3 ~1857 F Mississippi
Lester Theron 1 ~1859 F Mississippi
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: , Panola, Mississippi; Roll: M653_589; Page: 247; Image: 253; Family History Library Film: 803589.

Census 1880 Lester, William Simpson

LESTER, S (1880 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, BATESVILLE
Series: T9 Roll: 661 Page: 212B
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William Simpson Lester
1880 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1880)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 8 Jun 1880
Name Race Sex Age Est Born Reln. Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Lester S. W M 76 ~1804
Wd S.C. Va S.C. Retired Merchant
Lester P. V. W M 38 ~1842 Son S S.C. S.C. S.C. Dry goods Merchant
Kyle C. B. W F 23 ~1857 Grand daughter Wd Miss Miss Miss Keeping House
Kyle Clara W F 5 ~1875 Grand daughter S Miss Miss Miss
Harrison S. L. W M 29 ~1851 Grand son S Miss Georgia S.C. Lawyer
Kyle Dolly B F 58 ~1822 Servant
Alabama Servant
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Batesville, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: 661; Family History Film: 1254661; Page: 212B; Enumeration District: 160; Image: 0429.



Lemuel Bedenbaugh Lester & Margaret Lee Pollard

Census 1870 Lester, Lemuel Bedenbaugh

LESTER, S B (1870 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, PANOLA P O
Series: M593 Roll: 747 Page: 94
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WS Lester
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Lemuel Bedenbaugh Lester & Margaret Lee Pollard
Uncle William S. Lester
Panola City P.O.
1870 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1870)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 12 Jul 1870
Name Age Est Born Sex Race Born Occupation
Lester W S 40 ~1830 M W S Carolina Farmer
Lester M E 28 ~1842 F W S Carolina
Lester H S 3 ~1867 M W Mississippi
Lester M J 6/12 ~1869 F W Mississippi

Lester L B 26 ~1844 M W Mississippi Farmer
Lester M L 22 ~1848 F W Mississippi
Lester L B 8/12 ~1869 M W Mississippi
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: District 5, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: M593_747; Page: 94A; Image: 191; Family History Library Film: 552246.

Census 1880 Lester, Lemuel Bedenbaugh

LESTER, L B (1880 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, BATESVILLE
Series: T9 Roll: 661 Page: 259A
Series: T9 Roll: 661 Page: 259B
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Lemuel Bedenbaugh Lester & Margaret Lee Pollard
1880 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1880)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 11 & 12 Jun 1880
Name Race Sex Age Est Born Reln. Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Lester L. B. W M 36 ~1844
M Miss. S.C. S.C. Clerk
Lester M. L. W F 32 ~1848 Wife M Miss. Tenn Tenn Keeping house
Lester L. B. W M 10 ~1870 Son S Miss. Miss. Miss.
Lester V. L. W F 7 ~1873 Daught. S Miss. Miss. Miss.
Lester V. E. W M 4 ~1876 Son S Miss. Miss. Miss.
Lester L. M. W F 2 ~1878 Daught. S Miss. Miss. Miss.
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Batesville, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: 661; Family History Film: 1254661; Page: 259A; Enumeration District: 162; Image: 0523.



Lemuel Braxton Lester & Louisa Neal Drane

Census 1910 Lester, Lemuel Braxton

LESTER, L BRAXTON (1910 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, BATESVILLE
Series: T624 Roll: 755 Page: 190A
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Louisa Neal Drane & Lemuel Braxton Lester
1910 United States Federal Census (15 Apr 1910)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 15 Apr 1910
Address: Panola Avenue
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Lester L Braxton Head M W 40 ~1870 M Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Merchant / Retail Dry goods & gas
Lester Neal D Wife
W 34 ~1876 M Mississippi Georgia Virginia None
Lester Drane Son M W 9 ~1901 S Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi None
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Batesville, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: T624_755; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0066; Image: 385; FHL microfilm: 1374768.

Census 1920 Lester, Lemuel Braxton

LESTER, BRAXTON (1920 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI, PANOLA, BATESVILLE; 5-BT
Series: T625 Roll: 890 Page: 285A
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Louisa Neal Drane & Lemuel Braxton Lester
1920 United States Federal Census (1 Jan 1920)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 10 & 11 Jan 1920
Address: (North Side Rail Road)
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Lester Braxton Head M W 50 ~1870 M Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Merchant / Retail ???
Lester Neal Wife F W 42 ~1878 M Mississippi Georgia Virginia Teacher / Music
Lester Drane Son M W 20 ~1900 S Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi None
Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Batesville, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: T625_890; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 127; Image: 573.

Census 1930 Lester, Lemuel Braxton

(1930 U.S. Census)
MISSISSIPPI
Series: T626 Roll: 1162 Page: 212
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Louisa Neal Drane & Lemuel Braxton Lester
1930 United States Federal Census (1 Apr 1930)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 2 Apr 1930
Address: Panola Avenue
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Lester Braxton Head M W 60 ~1870 M @27 Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Retail Merchant / Dry Good
Lester Neal D Wife F W 54 ~1876 M @21 Mississippi Georgia Virginia Teacher / Music
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Batesville, Panola, Mississippi; Roll: 1162; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 17; Image: 426.0; FHL microfilm: 2340897.

Census 1940 Lester, Lemuel Braxton

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Louisa Neal Drane & Lemuel Braxton Lester
Mississippi > Panola > Other Places > 54-20 > 7
(District 54-20 Beat 5, Batesville Town, Panola County Jail)

1940 United States Federal Census (1 Apr 1940)
Batesville, Panola Co, Mississippi. Enumerated 10 Apr 1940. Enumeration District 54-20, Sheet 4A
Address: Panola
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Educ. Born Residence Occupation
Lester L. Braxton Head M W 70 ~1870 M No C2 Mississippi Same House Merchant / Retail Dry Goods
Lester Neal D Wife F W 65 ~1875 M No C4 Mississippi Same House


Notes:

Ancestry link
Newberry County, South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Annals
 
by
 
George Leland Summer
 
LESTER - James Lester came from Virginia, of English or Scotch descent. He recieved a grant of three hundred fifty acres land on Saluda River, by Letters Patent at Charleston, June 9, 1735, under the hands of Hon. William Moultrie, Esq., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the State of South Carolina. It is not known who were his children but the earliest records show that the following (probably sons) were living in the section of Saluda River before the Revolutionary War: Peter, James, Samuel, and Charles.

Peter Lester died in 1808, leaving widow, Jane, and children: Patsy (wife of George Thomas), Peter R., Willis D., Sarah (wife of George Harmon), Mary (wife of Thomas Morris), Rhoda (wife of Julius Williamson), James, Cinderilla (married Samuel Bynum), Jane (married Abner Bozard), Vincent and Simpson. George Harmon and wife, Sarah, had son, George. Mrs. Jane Lester moved to Indiana with some of her children.

James Lester, Sr. (father of Peter) died after 1808 and left the following children as legetees: James, John, Isaac, Joyce (dead), Charles (out of state), Abner (out of state), and Samuel (out of state). Joyce married James Beaumont, died and left a son, James Beaumont, Jr. Samuel died in 1817 unmarried.

William R. Lester made will in 1817 and died same year, leaving legatees: Marha Darby, Elisabeth Leste, George D. Lester, Cynthia Dawkins, Rosannah Lester, and Simon B. Lester.

Charles Lester died in Newberry County in 1827. He married a Miss Musgrove and had children: Allen, Smith (he moved to Alabama), Alfred (moved to Alabama), Millbury (wife of Dempsey Gilbert), Marie (wife of George Boozer), Susan (wife of Lacy Havird). A brother, Alfred M. Lester, is named a distributee of the estate.

Allen Lester married Martha Dennis and had children: James, Charles, William, George, Alfred, Martha (wife of Atwood Connelly), Prudence Rogers, (she died, left daughter Mary Jane Rogers), Phoebe (wife Warren Kirkland), Rebecca, Jane Rikard.

Ancestry link
Common Pleas of the Court
Newberry County, South Carolina
 
Jane Lester & others vs. Jas. D. Lester
1822
 
Peter Lester died intestate possessed of a tract of land containing 223 acres adjoining the lands of James Lester, Jonathan D. Walters, Daniel DeWalt, and Jane Lester. This was later resurveyed and found to contain 191 1/4 acres. Peter was survived by a widow Jane Lester and the following children: Sally the wife of George Harmon, Peter R. Lester, James D. Lester, Mary the wife of Thomas Morris, Willis Lester, Rhody the wife of Julius Williamson, Vincent Lester, Simpson Lester, Cindillera Lester, Jane Leste, and Martha the wife of George Thomas (both since deceased leaving a child George Thomas). Simpson Lester, Cindilera Lester, Jane Lester and George Lester are minors. Plats included. (Box 2, Folder A-44)
 
http://genealogytrails.com/scar/newberry/common_pleas.htm

Ancestry Link
Early Bloomfield Citizens
 
One Who Was Here Three Years Before There Was Such A Town
 
The Bloomfield News
 
Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana
 
Friday, January 26, 1900
 
Volume XXIV, Number 9, Page 4, Column 4
 
The second town in the county was Newberry, laid off in 1820 by John O'Neal, my mother's father, who with the Hughens', Liles', Bynum's, Morris', Jones', his own and brother Henry's families and others made a colony of South Carolinians. Father having made two or three journeys in 1821, (horseback) moved with mother, brother and sisters to the "colony". The mother (whom in childhood I well knew) was uncommon in energy and business capacity; had bee executrix of her deceased husband's will in 1808. Her name was Jane Ruble. She lies in the Bloomfield cemetery.

Willis D. Lester was postmaster in Bloomfield for twenty-seven years.
 
Whoever was the first postmaster in Greene County, and when appointed, is already in oblivion. In usefulness, Thomas Bradford was first, last and all the time, but it is not known if he was postmaster. From 1837, for a great length of time, our subject filled the office. In saddlebags, on a horse, by a boy, the mail was carried from Indianapolis to Washington through Bloomfield as early as 1830-very likely long before. From Terre Haute to Bedford each week a mail boy passed the old Eel River road- not through Bloomfield. Mr. Bradford has a box nailed to a tree near his house, in which his mail was left by the carrier. This was the first ever I saw in regard to it.
 
Mr. Lester was Probate Judge for fourteen years. Born in Newberry District, South Carolina, ___, 1796; came in 1821 to Newberry, this county. Cleared six acres of ground that is now part of the town and put it in corn. Was sick there; came to what is now the county seat when only these lived here: James Warnick, great-grandfather of the present Warnicks, lived where Joseph Leavitt lives; the Vanslykes and VanVorsts on the river west of town; Thomas Bradford, one mile south; William Scott and Will Robinson, east. The spot, now the public square, was covered with very excellent timber, much of it larger, tall poplar.
 
A great deal of history is connected with the family-the city of Charleston, the battle of Fort Moultrie, the siege and surrender under Gen. Lincoln in the revolution, the dark days of Marion, Sumpter and Lee.
 
- In 1799 the father bought a slave, Bill of Sale:
 
"State of South Carolina. Know all men by these presents, that I, John Siber, of the City of Charleston and State of aforesaid, for the sum of $200 to me paid, have sold to Peter Lester, a Negro wench named Sally and her boy child, Jack, to have and to to hold the said Negro wench with her boy, Jack, with all their future increase, forever. In witness whereof, I have set my hand and seal, Charleston, first of January 1799, Witnessed, signed, sealed, and delivered."
 
This document is in good preservation. Some of the penmanship shows how much better our fathers wrote than we can.
 
Three patents on parchment yet exist of lands bought by the Lesters in this county, signed by the Presidents Adams, Monroe, and Vanburen.
 
The old Lester home in Bloomfield was west of the "square," a two-story frame with a one-story addition on the south end for a store. In this the post office was kept many years. Mrs. Throop, of Linton, has a picture of this old landmark, on seeing which I instantly knew. North of this on the corner, where the Richland block now stands, Mr. Lester built a brick, in which he kept store and post office many years longer.
 
The present home of his children, Emma and J. Reed Lester, he later built where he died.
 
Andrew Downing, at my father's carding machine about the year 1831, on seeing Mr. Lester pass, made the remark, "There is honor in him." This with his many years in public office, (he held many other offices besides postmaster and probate judge) with nothing but the best of credit, is amply testimony of his entire fitness in every way as a useful citizen among men.
 
Do spirits commune with spirits absent from the body? In studying of the departed, I seem to feel, near around me, something I cannot explain.
 
The silent city! The Turk, the red man, in solemn silence ponder long and earnestly at the grave. These mementoes say Jane Ruble, the mother, was born 1767, died 1835.
 
The number and importance of the Lester family is such that a station on the E. & E. Railway is named after them in Cass Township. Long and honorable life was the lot of the three brothers- Petr M., ninety-seven; Vincent, ninety-one, and Willis D., eighty years.
 
W.D. Ritter
 
http://www.ingenweb.org/ingreene/newspaper_articles/early_bloomfield_citizens.htm (link is stale)



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