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Hickman Lambert

Census: 1850 Tishomingo Co Ms

Notes: George Fitzwater, Rt 1, Holcomb Mo 63852 is related thru Lambert

Zachra T. (Zack) Maxwell

Maxwell Family Bible records

Rebecca M. (Becca) Mitchell

Maxwell Family Bible records

Corwin L. Maxwell

Maxwell Family Bible records

became Dr. C.L. Maxwell

J.W.R.M Maxwell

Maxwell Family Bible records

Zachra T. Jr. Maxwell

Maxwell Family Bible records

Dewit T. Maxwell

Maxwell Family Bible records

John Earl Jr

Notes: James Crews was appointed guardian for Nancy Earl, Rebeca Mitcham Ear, & Martha B Earl. Martha is accounted for but Nancy & Rebeca? Children? of John Earl?

Zebeah (Zibea) Tabiah Watts

Will:Abstracts Of The Wills & Estate Records Of Granville Co NC 1808-1833
288- Aug 30 1819 - proved Nov court 1819- Zebeah (Zibea) Earl wills to daughter Mary Jones a negro slave, & at her death to her children. Wts: James Ellis, James Crews (Crews became admstr.)

Will:372- May court 1820- Inventory of estate of Zibeah Earl, deceased, by James Crews, admstr.; sold Feb 19 1820

George Harris

In the earliest days of Granville's history, back in 1766, Richard Harris made a deed of gift of land in the Salem section to his son, John. George Harris was a son of John and lived on that same land. George was a man not only of great piety but of unusual energy and ability. He built Harris meeting house, in which Bishop Asbury preached. According to A.A. Hicks, both Salem Church and Harris Chaped at Dabney were out growths of this chapel. George Harris and his wife Keziah had many children. Their youngest, Frances, married Dr. Samuel Duty. This marriage was not at all pleasing to one of Frances brothers, a minister, who violently disagreed on some theological point with the bridegroom, also a minister. The brother, so tradition has it prayed at a family gathering that no male child should bless the union to help to perpetuate the Duty name. The Rev. Mr. Harris must have been a righteous man, for his effectual, fervent prayer availed: the couple had thirteen children, and not a boy among them. All the eleven Duty girls who reached womanhood were school teachers at one time or another, and among their children, grandchildred, and great-grandchildren have been and still are numerous teachers, whose fields of operation extended or extend fram Massachusetts to California. A granddaughter of one of these Duty girls has taught in the Oxford public schoos for many years, as had her mother before her, and long before the present system of Oxford public schools was inaugurated, the grandmother of this present teacher taught in the old Oxford Female Academy. Salem folks have a right to be proud of their community. They have a right to proud of their ancestors who pioneered in the shaping of that community. They are proud of both. In the graveyard of their church, one of the best kept to be found anywhere, lie the remains of a large number of their forebears as well as of contemporary members of their families. This burying ground is hallowed spot, and which is dear to the hearts of a wide and everwidening circle. If the spirits of departed Salemites can look down upon the works of those they left behind, they too will find much of which to be proud. The present-day Salem folks are following the pattern laid out for them during the two centuries just past.

Keziah Earl

Buried:Her remains lie beneath a clump of trees on the Ollie Parham place, near the highway, opposite the old Hewitt B. Hicks homestead. The grave is marked by a granite stone bearling the simple inscription "K.H. 95 years".

Michael Rominger

He was a farmer and is buried in East Oakwood Cemetery.

Census; 1850 Bartholomeu, Indiana.

Census; 1860 Preston, Richland, Ill.

James Crews

Note:Had grandson; Norfleet G Crews

Buried; Salem Church Cem

Census:1810 Granville Co NC

Census: 1820 Granville NC; 3 white males, 4 white females; 6 male slavaes, 3 female slaves (if this is the correct James)

Census: 19 Aug 1850 Granville Co Ragland Dist: there is a James Crews age 63, may be same one?

Sarah or Sally Jones Earl

Buried; Salem Church Cem