JAMES GILLOCK will 1842 descendants continues. . . . . . . . . .
Privileges of an unmarried man & he pay Court Costs.
JAMES MILTON GILLOCK, Sr. filed a paper stating that she MRS. H.
L. GILLOCK, became irritable & fussed & nagged & left his bed & board
About 10-15-1861, his wife being moved by some cause unbeknown to him
left, took all her things. That he treated her well & provided for her like a good & Kind husband should.
ANOTHER PAPER SAYS: INQUEST, was held to inquire as to soundness of
JAMES N. GILLOCK Sr’s mind. And after due inquiry had, the Jury found
JAMES of UNSOUND mind, & Court appointed a Committee to Investigate.
AFFIANT states he was deceived at the time by his son JAMES HILTON
GILLOCK Jr. & his brother ROBERT ROBERTSON HUNT GILLOCK. He states That if he was now “COMPISSMENTIS”(?) (no word in dictionary by this DGJ at that time, which he denies, he now answers that he is as much in his right mind as he ever was. He states that the inquest held, was falsely obtained, & that under the orders & actions had there under much fraud & injustice is done him & done to his interest & prejudiced & prays the Court to set aside the said inquest & Judgement & all order pertaining thereto & for all other papers (WNLF) (?) Sig: J. M. GILLOCK
There is another marriage, don’t know if it is James Sr. or JAMES JR (DGJ)
J. M. GILLOCK to CATHERINE BECKMAN 6-10-1866, BCK File 14, in presece of DAVID UNDERWOOD, A. KINSLOW & S. MANSFIELD, m by WILLIAM GEORGE WASHINGTON GILLOCK, the famous Baptist Preacher
(I am assuming the following is the son of JAMES MILTON GILLOCK Sr. that is mentioned in his divorce suit, DGJ)
CIVIL WAR MILITARY RECORD FOR JAMES MILTON GILLOCK Jr. .
JAMES M. GILLOCK, no age given, enlisted 8-1-1861 as Pvt. Co. “E” 6th
Reg’t Kentucky Infantry, at Camp Boone, TN. By Capt, JOHNSTON for 3
years, appears on Muster Roll for Sept. thru Dec. 1862 as present. Deserted from MURFREESBORO, Tn. 12-5-1862 Paid by Capt. RICKETTS. Appears on Muster roll for Jan. thru Dec. 1863 as present. Appears on Muster roll for Jan. thru April 1864 as present; Reported Captured 9-1-1864 at Battle of JONESBORO, Tn; Sept. thru Oct. 1864 present. Copyist was O. T. TAYLOR; last copyist L. MURDOCH.
NOTICE: THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN RIGHT AFTER JOHN R. GILLOCK in The ASYLUM page 39: ELIZABETH J. GILLOCK dau of JAMES MILTON GILLOCK Sr. m WILLIAM M STEENBERGER. 10-18-1866, BCK Bk 8, p 123, File 14; Wit. W.J.T.RENFRO & W. M. STEENBERGER. At THOMAS RENFRO’s in presence of ROBERT WILLIAMS & H.P. GILLOCK BY WILLIAM GEORGE WASHINGTON GILLOCK, Baptist Preacher.
JAMES WALTON GILLOCK, son of JAMES MILTON GILLOCK Sr.
JAMES WALTON GILLOCK m 1st MARY NEWMAN 12-20-1876, BCK bk 17, p 84, File 16, Bondsman: JAMES W. GILLOCK & B. J. STINNETT.
JAMES WALTON GILLOCK b 1838 d 8- -1928 bu Rock Farmer-Tanner-would go Warren Co. Ky Springs Bap. Church to homes & make shoes to Cem. Dickson CO. TN. order- A Baptist Has tombstone
MARY (NEWMAN) GILLOCK b d ca 1882 Housewife Baptist
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