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Eloise Ambler HARRISON

____ - ____

Repository ID Number: I709

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond, VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2] [S105]
Father: Carter Henry HARRISON
Mother: Maria Byrd SWIFT



                                                    _Carter Henry HARRISON _+
                                                   | (1792 - 1843) m 1817   
                          _Carter Henry HARRISON __|
                         | (1825 - 1861) m 1852    |
                         |                         |_Janetta FISHER ________+
                         |                            m 1817                
 _Carter Henry HARRISON _|
| (1852 - ....) m 1878   |
|                        |                          _John Green WILLIAMS ___
|                        |                         |                        
|                        |_Alice Burwell WILLIAMS _|
|                           m 1852                 |
|                                                  |________________________
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|--Eloise Ambler HARRISON 
|  
|                                                   ________________________
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|                         _________________________|
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|_Maria Byrd SWIFT ______|
   m 1878                |
                         |                          ________________________
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                         |_________________________|
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                                                   |________________________
                                                                            

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Mary Albertha ("Bertha") MARTIN

22 Aug 1884 - 7 Mar 1941

Repository ID Number: I11020

  • RESIDENCE: Columbia, Richland Co., SC
  • BIRTH: 22 Aug 1884, Columbia, Richland Co., SC [S527]
  • DEATH: 7 Mar 1941 [S527]
  • BURIAL: Old Salem Cemetery, Ft. Jackson, SC
  • RESOURCES: See: [S527]
Father: Halkard "Hack" Asbury MARTIN
Mother: Charlotte Elizabeth HARRISON


Family 1 : Hugh Algernon (Asbury) HAWKINS
  1. + Charlotte HAWKINS
  2.   McNeil HAWKINS
  3. + Minnie Blanche HAWKINS
  4.   Nancy HAWKINS
  5.   Halkard Asbury HAWKINS
  6.   Colie Blease HAWKINS
  7.   William J. HAWKINS
  8.   Grover Hugh HAWKINS

Notes

Her name was often misspelled "Alberta." She signed documents (see H. A. Martin's estate papers) "Albertha."

She is buried at Old Salem Cemetery at Ft. Jackson; her husband in Elgin.

Obituary: The Camden Chronicle, Camden, SC, March 14, 1941

Mrs. Hawkins Dies in Hospital

Mrs. Mary Alberta Martin Hawkins, 56, for many years a resident of the Martin community near Lugoff and formerly of Boykin, died at 4:45 Friday morning at the Camden Hospital. Funeral services were conducted from Salem Methodist Church in Richland Co. at 11 o'clock Saturday morning by the Rev. Velma Mason. Burial was in the church yard.

Mrs. Hawkins, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Martin, is survived by her husband, H. A. Hawkins of Lugoff; four sons, Hugh and McNeil Hawkins of Dentsville and Halkard A. Hawkins; three daughters, Miss Nancy Hawkins and Mrs. Charlotte Hammond of Lugoff and Mrs. Minnie LeGrande of Columbia; one brother J. M. Martin of Lugoff and one sister, Mrs. May Porter of Lugoff.

Have photo of her grave marker.

Mary A. Hawkins

1884-1941


                                                               ______________________________
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                                |                                                            
 _Halkard "Hack" Asbury MARTIN _|
| (1851 - 1932)                 |
|                               |                              ______________________________
|                               |                             |                              
|                               |_____________________________|
|                                                             |
|                                                             |______________________________
|                                                                                            
|
|--Mary Albertha ("Bertha") MARTIN 
|  (1884 - 1941)
|                                                              _Benjamin Thomas HARRISON III_+
|                                                             | (1768 - 1837)                
|                                _Hezekiah Mordecai HARRISON _|
|                               | (1827 - 1898)               |
|                               |                             |_Mary GRICE __________________+
|                               |                               (1798 - 1872)                
|_Charlotte Elizabeth HARRISON _|
  (1854 - 1913)                 |
                                |                              _Archibald Campbell FETNER I__+
                                |                             | (1795 - 1861)                
                                |_Martha Elizabeth FETNER ____|
                                  (1826 - 1877)               |
                                                              |_Mary Jane BROWN _____________
                                                                (1805 - 1850)                

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[S527]

[S527]

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Loren Andrew SMITH

20 Sep 1878 - ____

Repository ID Number: I18757

Original Submitter (General Source): [S770]
  • BIRTH: 20 Sep 1878
Father: William D. SMITH
Mother: Axley BROMLEY



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 _William D. SMITH ___|
|  m 1877             |
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|--Loren Andrew SMITH 
|  (1878 - ....)
|                                            _William BROMLEY ____+
|                                           | (1784 - 1849)       
|                      _Ami Fuller BROMLEY _|
|                     | (1812 - 1900) m 1833|
|                     |                     |_Lucy NICHOLS _______+
|                     |                       (1789 - ....)       
|_Axley BROMLEY ______|
  (1854 - ....) m 1877|
                      |                      _Joseph GROVER ______
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Sarah Ann GROVER ___|
                        (1818 - 1900) m 1833|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Joseph Smith TONCRAY

26 Oct 1826 - 12 Mar 1905

Repository ID Number: I13390

  • BIRTH: 26 Oct 1826, Near Maysville, Lewis County, Kentucky [S993]
  • DEATH: 12 Mar 1905, Bryant, Fulton Co., Illinois [S993]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S138]

Family 1 : Ruth S. HARRISON

Notes

Shortly after marriage moved to Liverpool, Fulton, Illinois.

OBIT Submitted by Jim Toncray: Monday March 13, 1905 "GONE TO HIS REST Death of J. Smith Toncray, Sunday, at his home in Bryant--- An old resident. Half Century in County Early teacher, farmer, carpenter and stonecutter--A citizen highly esteemed.

Another of the old settlers of Fulton County has passed away. J. Smith Toncray's death occurred at Bryant at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from consumption.

For more than half a century Mr. Toncray had been a resident of Fulton County.

He was born October 26, 1826, near Maysville, Ky. Without great educational advantage he secured sufficient knowledge to allow him to teach school, and also in his early manhood he learned the trade of stone cutting. It was at his birthplace that he was married, on March 18, 1852, to Miss Ruth Harrison, a native of Kentucky. In the winter of the same year they started for Illinois, to make a new home in the new country. They left Kentucky Dec. 8, 1852, and landed at Liverpool, in Fulton County, Dec. 15. They immediately engaged in farming, first locating in Liverpool township, and later occupied a farm in Lewistown township. They then removed to Buckheart township, where they resided on a farm until 1894, when they purchased a home in Bryant, and retired to enjoy their well earned competence.

For some time after settling in Illinois Mr. Toncray did considerable carpenter work and cabinet making. He built the Salem School house south of Bryant.

The couple were the parents of seven children, six of whom, with the mother, who is now 71 years of age, survive. The children are James A. Toncray, residing on a farm in Liverpool township; Francis E. Toncray, who resides near Mount Vernon, in Jefferson County; Mrs Sadie F. Hall, of Canton; Wilber S. Toncray, near St. David; Maurice M. Toncray, living near Jackson, Miss.; and Miss Mary Toncray, residing with her mother.

Mr Toncray was one of the stalwart men in any community where he resided, and his influence was always for the best, although he was never a member of any church. His death will be sincerely regretted by all who knew him and had the pleasure of his friendship or acquaintence.

The funeral will be held Tuesday afternon, at 1 o'clock; at the Methodist Episcopal church in Bryant, the Rev. Mr. Diffenbaugh in charge. Internment will be in the Marysville cemetery."

[S993]

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[S993]

[S138]

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