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Allen Gentry
b. 28 October 1807

Father Nicholas Gentry1 b. 12 October 1768, d. circa 1858
Mother Sarah Sparks b. 27 February 1770, d. between 1830 and 1840
Pedigree

Last Edited 15 Feb 2002

Birth 28 October 1807  Allen Gentry was born on 28 October 1807.1 
  He was the son of Nicholas Gentry and Sarah Sparks.1 
Marriage   Allen Gentry married Rebecca Reeves.1 

Family Rebecca Reeves

Citations
  1. [S109] Richard Gentry, The Gentry Family in America.

Rhoda Worley
b. before 1772

Father Joseph Worley1 b. between 1735 and 1741
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

Birth before 1772  Rhoda Worley was born before 1772 at Charlotte County, VA. 
  She was the daughter of Joseph Worley.1 
Marriage 15 May 1789  Rhoda Worley married Moses Worley, son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?, on 15 May 1789 at Campbell County, VA.2 

Family Moses Worley b. between 1769 and 1774
Child  1. Mary Worley+

Citations
  1. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  2. [S199] Lucy Harrison Miller Baber and Hazel Letts Williamson, Marriages of Campbell County, Virginia 1782-1810, page 106.

Joseph Worley
b. between 1735 and 1741

Father John Worley Jr. b. before 1720, d. between 1777 and 1778
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Nov 2002

Birth between 1735 and 1741  Joseph Worley was born between 1735 and 1741 at Goochland County, VA. 
  He was the son of John Worley Jr.
Note   I suspect that his wife was a Reynaud, from the French settlement at Manakintown. If not, it's a very unusual name for his son. 
Note   Why I think Joseph was probably the son of John Worley Jr: He lived in the same places as John Jr and/or John III more than once (Cumberland in 1757 and Campbell in the 1790s) and was associated with them in more than one document (The draft in 1757 and the marriage of his daughter Rhoda to John's son Moses). Also the men I believe to be his sons lived in the same places as other family members (Renny and Joshua both moved to Bedford, where Uncle William was, and Daniel moved to Franklin, where John III's family was. That makes him pretty obviously related. If he was old enough to be drafted in 1757, then the only family members who were old enough to be his father were William and John Jr. We know he was not the son of William because William named his children in his will, and Joseph was not one of them. 
Fact 1 20 June 1757  On 20 June 1757, at Cumberland County, VA,, At a court for "draughting" soldiers "in pursuance of an Act of Assembly entitled An Act for Granting Aid to His Majesty, for better protection of this colony," the following persons were "adjudged to be soldiers." List of 15 names, including John Worley the 2nd, John Whorley the 3rd and Joseph Whorley, spelled as I spell them. They were to be "apprehended" and brought into court in one week. At the follow-up court on June 28, 1757, John Whorley the 2nd and 4 others were dismissed and the others were to be "delivered up to Capt. Poindexter Mosby." My guess is that the act required each county to supply a number of soldiers. This requires further research. The date of 1757 would place this happening during the French and Indian War..1 
Fact 1 5 September 1765  On 5 September 1765, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joseph Worley witnessed a deed between William Ussery and Richard Childres for 150 acres on a branch of Ward's Fork. This is from Deed Book 1, page 92. (His presumed sister Mary married James Smith, whose mother was a Childers AKA Childres. Maybe some connection?).2 
Fact 1 1 November 1775  On 1 November 1775, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joseph Whorley bought from William Copeland 100 acres on the Middle Fork of Cub Creek, adjoining Townson, John Copeland, Williams. Witnesses were Edmund Sumpter, John Copeland, William Watson Jr..3 
Fact 1 1782  In 1782, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joseph Whorley listed for Land tax, with 100 acres. I checked all the years from 1783-1791 and he is not listed again..4 
Fact 1 1782  In 1782, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joseph Worley was listed for personal property taxes. This was the first year for which tax lists have been saved. He was not present in 1783 or thereafter..5 
Fact 1 8 April 1783  On 8 April 1783, at Charlotte County, VA,, Account current of the estate of Joseph Marshall includes Joseph Whorley among list of debits..6 
Fact 1 29 June 1786  On 29 June 1786, at Charlotte County, VA,, Joseph Worley sold to Joshua Worley for 25 lbs, 100 acres on the waters of Little Cub Creek, bounded by Cock, William St. John, Emanuel Almond, Matthew Jordan. The land is said to be "clear of all titles dower," which I assume means Joseph's wife is deceased. Witnessed by Andrew Wallace, William Marshall, Matthew Jordan and John Hewitt..7 
Fact 1 between 1787 and 1789  Between 1787 and 1789, at Campbell County, VA,, Joseph Worley was listed for personal property taxes..8 
Fact 1 between 1787 and 1789  Between 1787 and 1789, at Campbell County, VA,, The Account Current of the estate of William Jones, deceased, includes debits for Joseph Worley for work done on the mill in 1787 and for building the mill house in 1789..9 
(Bondsman) Marriage 9 May 1788  Joseph Worley was the bondsman for the marriage of Daniel Worley and Rachel Copeland on 9 May 1788 at Charlotte County, VA.10,11,12 
(Consentor) Marriage 15 May 1789  Joseph Worley consented to the marriage of Moses Worley and Rhoda Worley on 15 May 1789 at Campbell County, VA.13 
Fact 1 1792  In 1792, at Campbell County, VA,, Joseph Worley was listed for personal property taxes. I cannot find where he went after this date. Possibly he died, but he was in good enough health in 1789 to be "building the mill house," so there's a good chance he moved west somewhere..8 

Family
Children  1. Daniel Worley+ b. bt 1753 - 1760
  2. Reynaud Renny Worley b. c 1758, d. Mar 1853
  3. Joshua Worley b. 22 Feb 1759, d. Nov 1834
  4. Rhoda Worley+ b. b 177212

Citations
  1. [S266] Virginia Vital Records #1 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM, Item Titled "Cumberland County Papers and Lists of Colonial Soldiers," contributed by W.S. Morton.
  2. [S282] Joanne Lovelace Nance, Charlotte County, Virginia Deed Books 1 and 2, page 14.
  3. [S283] Deed from William Copeland to Joseph Worley, Deed Book 3, page 564.
  4. [S286] Charlotte County, Virginia Land Tax Records 1782-1791, on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
  5. [S300] Lydney District, Gloucestershire, England 1841 census, microfilm viewed at the LDS Family HIstory Library in Salt Lake City.
  6. [S291] Charlotte County, Virginia Wills 1765-1791, page 99.
  7. [S287] Deed from Joseph Worley to Joshua Worley, Deed Book 5, page 168.
  8. [S301] Campbell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1785-1814, on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
  9. [S296] E-mail from Bill Hunt providing look-ups in transcribed Campbell County records 6/18/2002 , citation to: Campbell Co, VA Will Book 1, page 147.
  10. [S293] Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Charlotte County, Virginia 1764-1815, page 93.
  11. [S294] Charlotte County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  12. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  13. [S199] Lucy Harrison Miller Baber and Hazel Letts Williamson, Marriages of Campbell County, Virginia 1782-1810, page 106.

John Worley III
b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815

Father John Worley Jr.1 b. before 1720, d. between 1777 and 1778
Pedigree

Last Edited 2 Sep 2006

Birth between 1735 and 1741  John Worley III was born between 1735 and 1741 at Goochland County, VA. 
  He was the son of John Worley Jr..1 
Marriage circa 1759  John Worley III married Dorothy ? circa 1759. 
Death 3 March 1815  John Worley III died on 3 March 1815 at White County, TN.2 
Fact 1 20 June 1757  On 20 June 1757, at Cumberland County, VA,, At a court for "draughting" soldiers "in pursuance of an Act of Assembly entitled An Act for Granting Aid to His Majesty, for better protection of this colony," the following persons were "adjudged to be soldiers." List of 15 names, including John Worley the 2nd, John Whorley the 3rd and Joseph Whorley, spelled as I spell them. They were to be "apprehended" and brought into court in one week. At the follow-up court on June 28, 1757, John Whorley the 2nd and 4 others were dismissed and the others were to be "delivered up to Capt. Poindexter Mosby." My guess is that the act required each county to supply a number of soldiers. This requires further research. The date of 1757 would place this happening during the French and Indian War..3 
Fact 1 1764  In 1764, at Buckingham County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in the household of John Douglas, along with 5 slaves. This could be either John Jr or John III. My guess is that it is John III, for the following reasons: In 1778 John Worley of Buckingham Co sold the land in Powhatan County (formerly Cumberland) that was left in John Sr's will to John III with John Jr to live there for his life. So unless John III died young, this sale was by him after John Jr's death. This means that John III did live in Buckingham. A John Worley signed the oath of allegiance to the commonwealth in Powhatan Co in 1777, showing that one of the Johns remained there. So if only one John moved to Buckingham, it was John III. This is not a certainty though, because we know that Jr patented that land in Albemarle Co in 1745, and Buckingham was formed out of Albemarle. However, we know he lived in Cumberland (later Powhatan) in 1757 because his father's will mentioned "where he now lives," so we know he didn't stay on the Albemarle land.
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Fact 1 between 1773 and 1774  Between 1773 and 1774, at Buckingham County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in the household of John Benning, along with Joel Bondurant. Total tithes in 1773 were 9 and total in 1774 were 10. This probably means the rest of the titheables were slaves, and Worley and Bondurant were overseers or some other type of employee. It is possible that this could be John Jr, but it is probably John III..5 
Fact 1 16 April 1778  On 16 April 1778, at Powhatan County, VA,, John Worley of Buckingham County sold to John Moseley 100 acres lying between Moseley and Trent. This is believed to be the land John III inherited in his grandfather's will, on which his father was to have the right to live for his lifetime. Therefore John Jr was probably dead by this date..6,7 
Fact 1 3 May 1780  On 3 May 1780, at Buckingham County, VA,, This entry in the surveyor's plat book on page 40: John Worley; May 3, 1780; 183 ac; on branches Wreck Island Creek, joining David Rogers, John Worley; transferred to John Worley by Nortley Gordon; transferred to John Miller November 20, 1793. But a review of the land tax books for 1782-1794 shows no record of John Worley being taxed on any land. Possibly the land was surveyed for Worley but not actually deeded or patented to him. On page 38 in the plat book Nortley Gordon has an entry for 60 acres on Bear Branch. This entry also says that it was transferred to John Miller November 20, 1793. Possibly Worley did not complete payment to Gordon and he retained the land, transferring it to Miller with other property later..8,9 
Fact 1 between 1782 and 1783  Between 1782 and 1783, at Buckingham County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in 1782 and 1783. The state of Virginia just started retaining the tax records in 1782, so it is not known how many years before then he was taxed. He did not show up in any years after 1783..10 
Fact 1 8 August 1785  On 8 August 1785, at Campbell County, VA,, John Worley was the bondsman for the marriage of Jane Taylor, widow of John Taylor, to William Newberry. Could Jane be his daughter?.11 
Fact 1 between 1786 and 1790  Between 1786 and 1790, at Campbell County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in 1786-1790 in Campbell County. The film began in 1784, when there were no Worleys listed. He did not appear after 1790. In 1790 Moses Worley, age 16-21, was listed with him..12 
Fact 1 31 March 1786  On 31 March 1786, at Campbell County, VA,, A deed from John Dawn to Josias Bullock was witnessed by John Worley and William Dawn. The land sold was 335 acres on the head of Dutchman's Branch, E. side Falling River adjoining William Jones and William Harris. From Campbell Co Deed Book 2, page 401..13 
Fact 1 15 May 1786  On 15 May 1786, at Campbell County, VA,, John and Doriathy Worley witnessed the will of John Dawn. It left everything to his wife Marget, to be divided among his children, not named, after her death. The will was also witnessed by a John Reynolds..14 
(Bondsman) Marriage 10 February 1787  John Worley III was the bondsman for the marriage of Reynaud Renny Worley and Nancy Worley on 10 February 1787 at Campbell County, VA.15 
(Witness) Marriage 15 May 1789  John Worley III witnessed the marriage of Moses Worley and Rhoda Worley on 15 May 1789 at Campbell County, VA.16 
Fact 1 4 June 1789  On 4 June 1789, at Campbell County, VA,, William Brooks and wife Betty sold to Thomas Jones 150 acres on the South Fork of Falling River, bounded by Pryor Wright, William Brooks, Jr, the mouth of Daughan's [Dawn's] Branch, "John Worley's line down to a lower mill seat," Edmund Wood and James Brooks. This is a mystery, because in the land tax lists of Campbell County for 1782-1799, no one name Worley was ever taxed on any land. Possibly he leased it. The same property was sold in 1795 by Thomas Jones to John Asher. That deed also mentioned John Worley's line. (Deed Bk 3, p 666).17,18,19 
Fact 1 between 1791 and 1799  Between 1791 and 1799, at Franklin County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in Franklin County. Before that there were no Worleys in Franklin County. In the first year John appeared he had 2 titheables (meaning he had a male over 16 living with him), and Moses Worley was also listed for the first time in Franklin, in his own household. In 1792 and 1793 John still had 2 titheables and Elijah Worley and William Worley were listed separately, as was Moses. By 1799, Joseph, Elijah, William, Moses, James and John were listed. Finch appeared for the first time in 1800, but John was not listed after that date. I believe John may still have been present but had attained an age beyond which he would not be taxed. Most of the sons (except Elijah, who was not found after 1803) remained on the list until 1809 or 1810. After that date none of them were listed in Franklin County. In some of these years Frail or Frale Worley was also listed. I believe he may be Flayll Worley, son of Francis Worley from Bedford County; he does not appear to be a son of John..20 
Fact 1 7 September 1795  On 7 September 1795, at Franklin County, VA,, John Worly of Franklin County bought from David Barton (DB 3 p 289) 155 acres on a branch of Auter (Otter) Creek adjoining Ferguson and Barton. In 1798, Barton sold 50 acres to John Radford (DB 3 p 565) which was described as being on the east side of Turkey Branch between John Worly and William Cannaday. Also mentioned was the dividing ridge between Otter and R. Bad Creeks. On the same day he also sold some land to George Staton Jr (DB 3 p 575), described as "on the head of a branch of the south fork of Otter Creek, adj George Staton Sr and John Worley.".21 
(Consentor) Marriage 13 January 1797  John Worley III consented to the marriage of Seth Underwood and Sarah Worley on 13 January 1797 at Franklin County VA dau of John sur James Candy.22 
Fact 1 7 February 1803  On 7 February 1803, at Franklin County, VA,, John Worley sold to William Worley 155 acres on a branch of Auter beginning at a mouth of a branch at [unreadable] thence crossing Otter Branch. Adjoined Ferguson and Barton..23 
(Bondsman) Marriage 14 December 1804  John Worley III was the bondsman for the marriage of Finch Worley and Elizabeth Cunningham on 14 December 1804 at Franklin County VA surety John Worley.24,25 
Will 11 March 1815  John Worley III left a will on 11 March 1815 at White County, TN. The Nuncupative Will of John Woosley, Senr, Decd. who departed this life on the third day of March in the year of our Lord, One thousand Eight hundred and fifteen, spoken in the presence of William Kirby, Nancy Kirby and James Woosley shortley before his death committed to writing on the eleventh day of the same month. Towit: The said John Worley, Senr. said in the presence of the said William Kirby about corn gathering time "that he intended to give to James Worley oldest daughter Polly, the feather bed on which her Aunt Polly formerly lay, that he did not wish his son William to have any further benefit of his property, he having devoured what he (the said decedent) had formerly given him, he did not wish him to devour any more. The said John Worley, Senr. Decd. said in the presence of Nancy Kirby on day before his death "that he wished James Worley's oldest daughter Polly to have the feather bed on which his daughter Polly formerly lay and that after James Worley had made himself whole for his care and trouble with him he wished to have the rest of his property equally divided amonst his oldest grand daughters in the several branches of his family". The said John Worley Snr Decd. said in the presence of James Worley that he wished what property he had at his deceased to be equally divided among the two oldest daughters of him, the said James, Elijah Worley's oldest daughter Elizabeth, William Worley's daughter Louise, Moses Worley's daughter Nancy, Joseph Worley's oldest daughter Agnes, Sarah Underwood's oldest daughter Lotta and Finch Worley's daughter Milly - witness our hands and seals this 11th day of March A.D. 1815 William Kirby, Nancy Kirby (their marks), James Worley.2 

Family Dorothy ?
Marriage circa 1759  He married Dorothy ? circa 1759. 
Children  1. Nancy Worley b. c 1759
  2. William Worley b. bt 1765 - 17702
  3. Elijah Worley b. bt 1765 - 17702
  4. Joseph Worley b. bt 1765 - 17752
  5. Moses Worley+ b. bt 1769 - 17742
  6. Mary Polly Worley b. b 17702
  7. James Worley b. bt 1770 - 17752
  8. Finch Worley b. bt 1775 - 1780, d. 18532
  9. Sarah Worley b. bt 1775 - 17842

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  3. [S266] Virginia Vital Records #1 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM, Item Titled "Cumberland County Papers and Lists of Colonial Soldiers," contributed by W.S. Morton.
  4. [S280] Edythe Rucker Whitley, Genealogical Records of Buckingham County, Virginia, page 5.
  5. [S280] Edythe Rucker Whitley, Genealogical Records of Buckingham County, Virginia, page 9.
  6. [S268] Deed from John Worley to John Moseley, Deed Book 1, page 21.
  7. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  8. [S284] Eric G. Grundset, Buckingham County, Virginia Surveyor's Plat Book, page12.
  9. [S285] Buckingham County, Virginia Land Tax Records 1782-1795, on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
  10. [S305] Buckingham County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1782-1826, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  11. [S199] Lucy Harrison Miller Baber and Hazel Letts Williamson, Marriages of Campbell County, Virginia 1782-1810, page 73.
  12. [S301] Campbell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1785-1814, on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
  13. [S296] E-mail from Bill Hunt providing look-ups in transcribed Campbell County records 6/18/2002.
  14. [S299] John Dawn will (Written May 15, 1786, proven in court Oct.4, 1787).
  15. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  16. [S199] Lucy Harrison Miller Baber and Hazel Letts Williamson, Marriages of Campbell County, Virginia 1782-1810, page 106.
  17. [S297] Campbell County, Virginia Deeds, 1784-1790, page 57.
  18. [S298] Campbell County, Virginia Land Tax Records 1782-1799, on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
  19. [S296] E-mail from Bill Hunt providing look-ups in transcribed Campbell County records 6/18/2002 , citation to: Campbell Co, VA Deed Bk 3.
  20. [S370] Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1786-1850, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  21. [S475] I neglected to get the author and title of this book. It was abstracts of Franklin County deeds and I found it at the Bassett Branch Historical Library in Bassett, Virginia. There may have been more than one volume.
  22. [S322] Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1797 - Seth Underwood to Sarah Worley.
  23. [S476] Deed from John Worley to William Worley, Deed Book 4, page 535.
  24. [S322] Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1804 - FInch Worley to Elizabeth Cunnimgham.
  25. [S69] Marshall Wingfield, Marriage Bonds of Franklin Co Va 1786-1858, page 247.

John Worley Jr.1
b. before 1720, d. between 1777 and 1778

Father John Worley1 b. before 1699, d. 1757
Mother Esther ? d. circa 1772
Pedigree

Last Edited 29 Oct 2002

Birth before 1720  John Worley Jr. was born before 1720.2 
  He was the son of John Worley and Esther ?.1 
Death between 1777 and 1778  John Worley Jr. died between 1777 and 1778. 
Fact 1 1735  In 1735, John Worley appeared on the titheable list of King William Parish, in the household of John James Florinoir, along with 3 slaves. I believe that makes him an overseer or some other type of servant. King William Parish was created by King William in 1700 with a grant of 10,000 acres to be settled by French Huguenots, who were escaping religious persecution in France. The first titheable list that exists is dated 1710. John Worley appears for the first time on the list of 1735, but that appears to be the only year when the names of the servants/overseers and slaves were listed. In 1736 John James Florinoir was still there but his household, as for other households, just shows a number of tithes, not the names. So we cannot tell in how many years before or after 1735 John was present. The main town in King William Parish was the town of Manakin, which is about 10 miles from Flat Rock (the current community where John Worley's 1749 land on Swift Creek was located). I need to find out how far the parish extended.
I don't know if this John Worley is Senior or Junior. We know that John Jr was an adult and had saved up enough money to buy land (or at least make a down payment on it) in 1741, so it's quite likely that he was already old enough in 1735 to have a job working for a French planter..3 
Fact 1 30 January 1741  On 30 January 1741, at Goochland County, VA,, John Worley Jr patented 250 acres in Goochland County on the branches of Skin Quarter Creek on the Henrico County line, adjoining Thomas Lockett. Skinquarter Creek is currently part of the boundary line between the counties of Powhatan (which was at that time Goochland) and Chesterfield (which was at that time Henrico)..4 
Fact 1 March 1743  In March 1743, at Goochland County, VA,, John Worley Jr sued Alexander Warren, William Worley was a witness for John..5 
Fact 1 20 June 1743  On 20 June 1743, at Goochland County, VA,, John Worley sold to William Bass 250 acres on Skin Quarter Creek..5 
Fact 1 1745  In 1745, at Albemarle County, VA,, 386 acres was listed in a surveyor's book in the name of John Worley, Jr. Albemarle was the parent county from which Buckingham was formed in 1761. According to the descriptive information included with the survey data, no deed records for Albemarle County have survived from 1744-1748, so we do not know where this land was. There are no deeds listed for John Worley in the transcribed deeds from 1748-1763..6 
(Witness) Fact 1 20 June 1757  On 20 June 1757, at Cumberland County, VA,, At a court for "draughting" soldiers "in pursuance of an Act of Assembly entitled An Act for Granting Aid to His Majesty, for better protection of this colony," the following persons were "adjudged to be soldiers." List of 15 names, including John Worley the 2nd, John Whorley the 3rd and Joseph Whorley, spelled as I spell them. They were to be "apprehended" and brought into court in one week. At the follow-up court on June 28, 1757, John Whorley the 2nd and 4 others were dismissed and the others were to be "delivered up to Capt. Poindexter Mosby." My guess is that the act required each county to supply a number of soldiers. This requires further research. The date of 1757 would place this happening during the French and Indian War..7 
Fact 1 10 August 1759  On 10 August 1759, at Goochland County, VA,, Richard Chitwood patented 153 acres in Goochland Co on the head of Skin Quarter on the county line , adj Matthias Chitwood, Joseph Baugh, and Worley. Now by 1759, Skinquarter Creek was the boundary line between Cumberland and Chesterfield Counties, which were created out of Goochland and Henrico in 1749. Goochland County contained only land north of the James River. So whoever processed this patent filled in the wrong county name; what had been Goochland was then Cumberland. I wonder if the date could be wrong in Cavaliers instead of the county..8 
Fact 1 18 December 1761  On 18 December 1761, at Chesterfield County, VA,, John Worley witnessed the will of Thomas Gibson (his brother-in-law). The will names 6 sons, Benjamin, Miles, Thomas, William, John and James. Eecutors named are wife Elizabeth and friend Joseph Baugh. Other witnesses were John Watkins and Joseph Baugh. It is possible that this could be John III..9 
Fact 1 1764  In 1764, at Buckingham County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in the household of John Douglas, along with 5 slaves. This could be either John Jr or John III. My guess is that it is John III, for the following reasons: In 1778 John Worley of Buckingham Co sold the land in Powhatan County (formerly Cumberland) that was left in John Sr's will to John III with John Jr to live there for his life. So unless John III died young, this sale was by him after John Jr's death. This means that John III did live in Buckingham. A John Worley signed the oath of allegiance to the commonwealth in Powhatan Co in 1777, showing that one of the Johns remained there. So if only one John moved to Buckingham, it was John III. This is not a certainty though, because we know that Jr patented that land in Albemarle Co in 1745, and Buckingham was formed out of Albemarle. However, we know he lived in Cumberland (later Powhatan) in 1757 because his father's will mentioned "where he now lives," so we know he didn't stay on the Albemarle land.
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Fact 1 between 1773 and 1774  Between 1773 and 1774, at Buckingham County, VA,, John Worley was listed for personal property taxes in the household of John Benning, along with Joel Bondurant. Total tithes in 1773 were 9 and total in 1774 were 10. This probably means the rest of the titheables were slaves, and Worley and Bondurant were overseers or some other type of employee. It is possible that this could be John Jr, but it is probably John III..11 
Fact 1 19 July 1777  On 19 July 1777, at Powhatan County, VA,, John and William Worley took the oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia, renouncing allegiance to King George. This is likely to be John Jr, since John III was "of Buckingham" in 1778.12 

Family
Children  1. Joseph Worley+ b. bt 1735 - 1741
  2. John Worley III+ b. bt 1735 - 1741, d. 3 Mar 18151
  3. Mary Worley b. b 1743
  4. William Worley b. b 1752
  5. Silas Worley b. bt 1754 - 1756
  6. Peter Worley+ b. b 1763

Citations
  1. [S169] John Worley Sr. Will (Written March 22, 1757, proven in court March 27, 1758).
  2. [S21] Dennis Ray Hudgins, Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume 5.
  3. [S266] Virginia Vital Records #1 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM, Item Titled "The Vestry Book of King William Parish, VA, 107-1750."
  4. [S21] Dennis Ray Hudgins, Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume 5, page 10.
  5. [S263] Worley, Maxey and Agee Data from The Huguenot, No 13 (1945-47) researched by William Worley, message titled "Worley and others: Info from The Huguenot," listserve message from John Ottinger to e-mail address, 3/25/2000.
  6. [S277] The Rev Bailey Fulton Davis, The Deeds of Amherst County, Virginia 1761-1807 and Albemarle County, Virginia 1748-1763, page 3.
  7. [S266] Virginia Vital Records #1 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM, Item Titled "Cumberland County Papers and Lists of Colonial Soldiers," contributed by W.S. Morton.
  8. [S275] Dennis Ray Hudgins, Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume 6, page 351.
  9. [S51] Benjamin B. Weisiger III, Chesterfield County, Virginia Wills 1749-1774, page 97.
  10. [S280] Edythe Rucker Whitley, Genealogical Records of Buckingham County, Virginia, page 5.
  11. [S280] Edythe Rucker Whitley, Genealogical Records of Buckingham County, Virginia, page 9.
  12. [S281] Robert Y. Clay, "Powhatan County, Virginia Oaths of Allegiance, 1777", page 190-192.

William Worley
b. between 1765 and 1770

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Oct 2002

Birth between 1765 and 1770  William Worley was born between 1765 and 1770.2,3,4 
  He was the son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
Marriage   William Worley married Edith ?.5 
Fact 1 between 1792 and 1810  Between 1792 and 1810, at Franklin County, VA,, William Worley was listed for personal property taxes in most years..6 
Fact 1 7 February 1803  On 7 February 1803, at Franklin County, VA,, John Worley sold to William Worley 155 acres on a branch of Auter beginning at a mouth of a branch at [unreadable] thence crossing Otter Branch. Adjoined Ferguson and Barton..7 
Fact 1 4 November 1808  On 4 November 1808, at Franklin County, VA,, James and William Wherley bought from David Barton of Rutherford County, TN, 350 acres adjoining Vest, Jeffers and Ferguson. Witnesses included Aaron Jinny and Finch Worley..8 
Fact 1 9 August 1809  On 9 August 1809, at Franklin County, VA,, James and William Worley sold 175 acres to Berry Vest adjoining Vest and Ward. Also mentioned was Sugar Camp Ridge..9 
Census 1810  William Worley appeared on the census of 1810 at Franklin County, VA, as follows: 00011-00002. My guess is that the extra couple is John and Dorothy, although they could also be William's in-laws. They aren't any of William's brothers, because 3 of them are elsewhere in Franklin County and James and Moses are in Grainger, TN.
The nextdoor neighbors to this family are Finch Worley and family.10 
Fact 1 25 August 1810  On 25 August 1810, at Franklin County, VA,, William Worley sold to Aaron Jinny or Jinnery or Ginnery 50 acres on the branches of Auter Creek adjoining Ginnery. I did not find the deed for the sale of the rest of John Worley's 155 acres..11 
Fact 1 between 1812 and 1821  Between 1812 and 1821, at White County, TN,, William Worley was listed for personal property taxes. I only checked through 1824..12 
Census 1820  William Worley appeared on the census of 1820 at White County, TN, as follows: 000001-30100.13 

Family Edith ?
Marriage   He married Edith ?.5 

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810.
  3. [S316] White County, TN US Census 1820.
  4. [S325] Warren County, TN US Census 1830.
  5. [S87] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, Oct 1999.
  6. [S370] Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1786-1850, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  7. [S476] Deed from John Worley to William Worley, Deed Book 4, page 535.
  8. [S478] Deed from David Barton to James and William Worley, Deed Book 5, page 588.
  9. [S479] Deed from James and William Worley to Berry Vest, Deed Book 5, page 636.
  10. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810 ,image 42 of 52.
  11. [S481] Deed from William Worley to Aaron Jinny or Jinnery, Deed Book 6, page 77.
  12. [S483] White County, Tennessee Personal Property Tax Records 1811-1876, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  13. [S484] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, July 2002.

Edith ?

Last Edited 22 Aug 2002

Marriage   Edith ? married William Worley, son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 

Family William Worley b. between 1765 and 1770

Citations
  1. [S87] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, Oct 1999.

James Worley
b. between 1770 and 1775

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Oct 2002

Birth between 1770 and 1775  James Worley was born between 1770 and 1775. 
  He was the son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
Fact 1 between 1797 and 1809  Between 1797 and 1809, at Franklin County, VA,, James Worley was listed for personal property taxes..2 
Fact 1 4 November 1808  On 4 November 1808, at Franklin County, VA,, James and William Wherley bought from David Barton of Rutherford County, TN, 350 acres adjoining Vest, Jeffers and Ferguson. Witnesses included Aaron Jinny and Finch Worley..3 
Fact 1 9 August 1809  On 9 August 1809, at Franklin County, VA,, James and William Worley sold 175 acres to Berry Vest adjoining Vest and Ward. Also mentioned was Sugar Camp Ridge..4 
Fact 1 26 October 1809  On 26 October 1809, at Franklin County, VA,, James and William Worley sold 175 acres to Mosby Vest on the head branches of Little Otter Creek adjoining Littleberry Vest and Ferguson. Witnesses included William and Emanuel Underwood..5 
Fact 1 1810  In 1810, at Grainger County, TN,, James Worley was on the 1810 tax list..6 
Fact 1 between 1813 and 1824  Between 1813 and 1824, at White County, TN,, James Worley was listed for personal property taxes. I onnly checked through 1824..7 
Census 1820  James Worley appeared on the census of 1820 at White County, TN, as follows: James Wooley 201201-12101.8 

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S370] Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1786-1850, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  3. [S478] Deed from David Barton to James and William Worley, Deed Book 5, page 588.
  4. [S479] Deed from James and William Worley to Berry Vest, Deed Book 5, page 636.
  5. [S480] Deed from James and William Worley to Mosby Vest, Deed Book 5, page 707.
  6. [S471] Tenness Early Census Index.
  7. [S483] White County, Tennessee Personal Property Tax Records 1811-1876, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  8. [S484] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, July 2002.

Elijah Worley
b. between 1765 and 1770

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Oct 2002

Birth between 1765 and 1770  Elijah Worley was born between 1765 and 1770.2,3,4 
  He was the son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
Marriage   Elijah Worley married Martha ?.5 
Fact 1 between 1792 and 1803  Between 1792 and 1803, at Franklin County, VA,, Elijah Worley was listed for personal property taxes. I don't know where he was after 1803, because he was in the census in Franklin in 1810..6 
Census 1810  Elijah Worley appeared on the census of 1810 at Franklin County, VA, as follows: 20010-20010.7 
Fact 1 between 1812 and 1813  Between 1812 and 1813, at White County, TN,, Elijah Worley was listed for personal property taxes..8 
Census 1820  Elijah Worley appeared on the census of 1820 at White County, TN, as follows: 030001-23001.5 

Family Martha ?
Marriage   He married Martha ?.5 

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810.
  3. [S316] White County, TN US Census 1820.
  4. [S317] White County, TN US Census 1830.
  5. [S484] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, July 2002.
  6. [S370] Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1786-1850, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  7. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810 ,image 35 of 52.
  8. [S483] White County, Tennessee Personal Property Tax Records 1811-1876, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.

Joseph Worley
b. between 1765 and 1775

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Oct 2002

Birth between 1765 and 1775  Joseph Worley was born between 1765 and 1775 at Buckingham County, VA.2,3 
  He was the son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
Fact 1 between 1796 and 1810  Between 1796 and 1810, at Franklin County, VA,, Joseph Worley was listed for personal property taxes..4 
Fact 1 3 April 1807  On 3 April 1807, at Franklin County, VA,, Joseph Worley bought from John Vest 60 acres on the head waters of a creek that looked like Ollive, but was probably Otter without the T's crossed. The land adjoined Mozley..5 
Census 1810  Joseph Worley appeared on the census of 1810 at Franklin County, VA, as follows: 10010-10010.6 
Fact 1 between 1812 and 1821  Between 1812 and 1821, at White County, TN,, Joseph Worley was listed for personal property taxes. I only checked through 1824..7 
Census 1820  Joseph Worley appeared on the census of 1820 at White County, TN, as follows: 010001-01010.8 

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810.
  3. [S316] White County, TN US Census 1820.
  4. [S370] Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1786-1850, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  5. [S477] Deed from John Vest to Joseph Worley, Deed Book 5, page 328.
  6. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810 ,image 27 of 52.
  7. [S483] White County, Tennessee Personal Property Tax Records 1811-1876, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  8. [S484] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, July 2002.

Mary Polly Worley
b. before 1770

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 8 Sep 2002

Birth before 1770  Mary Polly Worley was born before 1770. 
  She was the daughter of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
(Witness) Marriage 9 May 1788  Mary Polly Worley signed that the bride was of age for the marriage of Daniel Worley and Rachel Copeland on 9 May 1788 at Charlotte County, VA.2,3,4 

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S293] Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Charlotte County, Virginia 1764-1815, page 93.
  3. [S294] Charlotte County, Virginia Marriage Records.
  4. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.

Nancy Worley
b. circa 1759

Father John Worley III b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 22 Aug 2002

Birth circa 1759  Nancy Worley was born circa 1759 at Buckingham County, VA. 
  She was the daughter of John Worley III and Dorothy ?
Marriage 10 February 1787  Nancy Worley married Reynaud Renny Worley, son of Joseph Worley, on 10 February 1787 at Campbell County, VA.1 
Note   Nancy is the only one of these children not listed in John's will. I believe she must be his daughter, though, because he was the bondsman for her marriage to Renny and there weren't any other male Worleys around at the time of the marriage who were old enough to be her father, except William, and she wasn't in his will either. Perhaps he lost contact with her when he and all the other children moved to Tennessee. 

Family Reynaud Renny Worley b. circa 1758, d. March 1853

Citations
  1. [S295] Campbell County, Virginia Marriage Records.

Sarah Worley
b. between 1775 and 1784

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Oct 2002

Birth between 1775 and 1784  Sarah Worley was born between 1775 and 1784. 
  She was the daughter of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
Marriage 13 January 1797  Sarah Worley married Seth Underwood on 13 January 1797 at Franklin County VA dau of John sur James Candy.2 
Census 1810  Sarah Worley appeared on the census of 1810 at Franklin County, VA, as follows: Seth Underwood 11010-30010.3 
Census 1820  Sarah Worley appeared on the census of 1820 at White County, TN, as follows: Underwood, Sarah 210200-20010.4 

Family Seth Underwood

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S322] Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1797 - Seth Underwood to Sarah Worley.
  3. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810.
  4. [S484] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, July 2002.

Seth Underwood

Last Edited 31 Aug 2002

Marriage 13 January 1797  Seth Underwood married Sarah Worley, daughter of John Worley III and Dorothy ?, on 13 January 1797 at Franklin County VA dau of John sur James Candy.1 

Family Sarah Worley b. between 1775 and 1784

Citations
  1. [S322] Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1797 - Seth Underwood to Sarah Worley.

Finch Worley
b. between 1775 and 1780, d. 1853

Father John Worley III1 b. between 1735 and 1741, d. 3 March 1815
Mother Dorothy ?
Pedigree

Last Edited 5 Oct 2002

Birth between 1775 and 1780  Finch Worley was born between 1775 and 1780. 
  He was the son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?.1 
Marriage 14 December 1804  Finch Worley married Elizabeth Cunningham on 14 December 1804 at Franklin County VA surety John Worley.2,3 
Death 1853  Finch Worley died in 1853 at White County, TN.4 
Fact 1 between 1800 and 1810  Between 1800 and 1810, at Franklin County, VA,, Finch Worley was listed for personal property taxes..5 
Census 1810  Finch Worley appeared on the census of 1810 at Franklin County, VA, as follows: 00010-20001
The next door neighbors to this couple were William Worley and family.6 
Fact 1 between 1812 and 1823  Between 1812 and 1823, at White County, TN,, Finch Worley was listed for personal property taxes. I only checked through 1824..7 
Census 1820  Finch Worley appeared on the census of 1820 at White County, TN, as follows: 210110-22010.8 

Family Elizabeth Cunningham
Marriage 14 December 1804  He married Elizabeth Cunningham on 14 December 1804 at Franklin County VA surety John Worley.2,3 

Citations
  1. [S314] John Worley will (Nuncipative will, recorded in court March 11, 1815).
  2. [S322] Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1804 - FInch Worley to Elizabeth Cunnimgham.
  3. [S69] Marshall Wingfield, Marriage Bonds of Franklin Co Va 1786-1858, page 247.
  4. [S87] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, Oct 1999.
  5. [S370] Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Records 1786-1850, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  6. [S310] New Haven County, CT US Census 1810 ,image 42 of 52.
  7. [S483] White County, Tennessee Personal Property Tax Records 1811-1876, microfilm borrowed from the LDS Family History Library.
  8. [S484] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, July 2002.

Elizabeth Cunningham1

Last Edited 31 Aug 2002

Marriage 14 December 1804  Elizabeth Cunningham married Finch Worley, son of John Worley III and Dorothy ?, on 14 December 1804 at Franklin County VA surety John Worley.2,3 

Family Finch Worley b. between 1775 and 1780, d. 1853

Citations
  1. [S87] Letter, Gloria Ouvry to Karen Worley, Oct 1999.
  2. [S322] Franklin County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1804 - FInch Worley to Elizabeth Cunnimgham.
  3. [S69] Marshall Wingfield, Marriage Bonds of Franklin Co Va 1786-1858, page 247.

Richard III Plantagenet King of England
b. 2 October 1452, d. 22 August 1485

Father Richard Plantagenet Duke of York b. 20 September 1411, d. 30 December 1460
Mother Cecily Neville Duchess of York1 b. 3 May 1415, d. 31 May 1495
Pedigree

Last Edited 1 Jan 2002

Birth 2 October 1452  Richard III Plantagenet King of England was born on 2 October 1452.2 
  He was the son of Richard Plantagenet Duke of York and Cecily Neville Duchess of York.1 
Marriage 12 July 1472  Richard III Plantagenet King of England married Anne Neville, daughter of Richard "The Kingmaker" Neville Earl of Warwick and Anne De Beauchamp, on 12 July 1472.2 
Death 22 August 1485  Richard III Plantagenet King of England died on 22 August 1485 at Battle of Bosworth at age 32.2 

Family Anne Neville b. 11 July 1456, d. 16 March 1485

Citations
  1. [S212] Charles Mosley, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, p17.
  2. [S213] Royal and Noble Genealogical Data, on line at www.dcs.hull.acc.uk/public/genealogy/royal.

Edward IV Plantagenet King of England1
b. 28 April 1442, d. 9 April 1483

Father Richard Plantagenet Duke of York1 b. 20 September 1411, d. 30 December 1460
Mother Cecily Neville Duchess of York2 b. 3 May 1415, d. 31 May 1495
Pedigree

Last Edited 1 Jan 2002

Birth 28 April 1442  Edward IV Plantagenet King of England was born on 28 April 1442.1 
  He was the son of Richard Plantagenet Duke of York and Cecily Neville Duchess of York.1,2 
Marriage 1 May 1464  Edward IV Plantagenet King of England married Elizabeth Wydeville, daughter of Richard Woodville 1st Earl Rivers and Jacquette De Luxembourg Duchess of Bedford, on 1 May 1464.1 
Death 9 April 1483  Edward IV Plantagenet King of England died on 9 April 1483 at age 40.1 

Family Elizabeth Wydeville b. circa 1437
Children  1. Elizabeth Plantagenet of York b. 11 Feb 14661
  2. Edward V Plantagenet King of England b. 4 Nov 14701
  3. RIchard Plantagenet Duke of York b. 17 Aug 14731

Citations
  1. [S213] Royal and Noble Genealogical Data, on line at www.dcs.hull.acc.uk/public/genealogy/royal.
  2. [S212] Charles Mosley, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, p17.

Katie Peck1

Last Edited 10 Nov 2003

Note   These Emails are my entire source for the name Katie Peck. Needs further research

Good Evening, Karen,
     The only thing that I know about my Walters is that Christian Shearer
(b. ca 1860, NC) married as his second wife a woman named Sallie must mean 1760
Walters. His first wife, Hannah Hoover, died about 1798 in Ashe Co NC
and that is probably where Christian married Sallie. I have read that
she was the daughter of William Walters and Katie Peck. I believe this
Walters was anglicized...from Waetus perhaps?
     This Shearer family migrated to Wayne County, Kentucky in about 1811 or
so. There were six children from the first marriage and Sallie had
eleven children. There were several Walters families in the general
area and I imagine these were related to Sallie.
     I have not done any work on any of the Walters...no particular
reason...just havn't gotten around to it. There was, for example, a
John Walters, Rev. War Vet from Wilkes Co., NC on the Wayne County tax
list in 1809. I do have a note to myself that Katie Peck Walters died
in Wayne County. I do have quite a bit of material on the descendants
of Christian Shearer and some on his ancestry.

I don't really know that she's talking about my William Walters. But as far as I know there was only one and the time period is right. For some reason I didn't copy her name and address, so I no longer know who sent this

Later Email. Probably from the same person
Date:     11/15/00 12:11:38 AM Eastern Standard Time
From:     billpaeth@juno.com
Reply-to:     ncnr@egroups.com
To:     ncnr@egroups.com

Does anyone have access to any records dating to before 1790 in the
area? Christian Shearer appears to have lived on the South side of
the North Fork of New River perhaps near Bear Creek. I have several
mentions of him serving on "Road Jury" or "Road Overseer" in Wilks
Co. Books dating from the 1790's. In the 1787 census of NC he and
his son, Christian Jr., are both listed in Capt Nathaniel Vannoy's
District. By the 1800 census of NC only the family of Christian Jr.
is listed. The other household is headed by Sarah Walters Shearer,
the 2nd wife of Christian Sr. In 1810 Christian Jr. is still listed
in Ashe Co. NC but the family moves on west shortly after and settled
in Wayne Co. KY. This is the family information that I have now.

Christian Shearer Sr. b. abt 1735 in (Bladen Co.) NC
mar. abt 1758 in Rowen Co., NC
d. bef NOV 1797 in Wilkes Co., NC
his wife Sarah ______ d. aft SEP 1800 in Wilkes Co., NC

Christian Shearer Jr. b. abt 1760 in Rowen Co., NC
mar. abt 1785 in Rowen Co., NC
to Hannah Hoover d. abt 1798 in Wilkes Co., NC
mar. bef 1804 in Wilkes Co., NC
to Sallie Walters father: Wm. Walters mother: Katie Peck

Hannah had 6 children and Sallie had 8 before they left NC and 4 more
in KY. Christian JR had only one brother that I am aware of. He was
Abraham who moved to Miami Co., OH aft 1797. There possibly is
another brother, Andrew, and 5 sisters but I know nothing about them.

Any information about this family would be appreciated. Also keep an
eye open for the Walters family. thank you;
billpaeth@juno.com. 

Citations
  1. [S78] Murtaugh, Linda 10/19/99 , I have no idea if this is correct; she did not state a source. But I did find a deed record from Lewis Peck to Lewis Walters in 1832. So they did at least know a PEck family, and the name Lewis was used in both families.

Hetty ?1

Last Edited 3 Dec 2001

Marriage   Hetty ? married Jacob Stitt, son of Robert Stitt and Jane Sayers

Family Jacob Stitt b. circa 1795

Citations
  1. [S7] Danny L. Miller, Ashe County, North Carolina 1850 Census.

Mary Richardson

Last Edited 3 Dec 2001

Marriage   Mary Richardson married James T Stitt, son of Robert Stitt and Jane Sayers

Family James T Stitt b. circa 1790, d. 17 September 1844

William Greer1
b. 19 June 1825

Father James Greer2 b. 17 September 1783
Mother Mary Polly Hampton
Pedigree

Last Edited 6 May 2002

Birth 19 June 1825  William Greer was born on 19 June 1825 at Johnson County, TN.3 
  He was the son of James Greer and Mary Polly Hampton.2 
Marriage   William Greer married Mary Polly Williams
Death   William Greer died at Trade, TN.3 
Burial   He was buried at Main Cem, Trade TN.3 

Family Mary Polly Williams b. 13 March 1824, d. 20 March 1902
Children  1. Elizabeth Greer
  2. James J Greer
  3. William Samuel Greer
  4. John W Greer
  5. Winfield Greer
  6. George W Greer
  7. Benjamin Thomas Greer+ b. 14 Apr 1859, d. 26 Apr 1930

Citations
  1. [S14] Russell Hamilton, Ashe County NC Cemetery Records.
  2. [S62] Katzman, Mary Floy, listserve message to NC NEW River (e-mail address), 11/22/99.
  3. [S39] New River area GEDCOM database, compiled by Jeff Weaver, .

Con McMillan

Father William McMillan1 b. September 1880
Mother Martha Reed b. 29 May 1872, d. 1 July 1945
Pedigree

Last Edited 14 Jun 2003

  Con McMillan was the son of William McMillan and Martha Reed.1 

Citations
  1. [S14] Russell Hamilton, Ashe County NC Cemetery Records, page 448.

John McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  John McMillan was the son of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Margaret McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  Margaret McMillan was the daughter of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 
Marriage   Margaret McMillan married Rev Nathaniel Senter.1 

Family Rev Nathaniel Senter

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Evaline McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  Evaline McMillan was the daughter of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 
Marriage   Evaline McMillan married Ezekial Young.1 

Family Ezekial Young

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Marion McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  Marion McMillan was the daughter of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 
Marriage   Marion McMillan married Jesse Young.1 

Family Jesse Young

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Mary McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  Mary McMillan was the daughter of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 
Marriage   Mary McMillan married Eli Young.1 

Family Eli Young

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Fields McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  Fields McMillan was the son of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 
Marriage   Fields McMillan married Sarah Faw.1 

Family Sarah Faw

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Sarah Faw

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

Marriage   Sarah Faw married Fields McMillan, son of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 

Family Fields McMillan

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.

Andrew N. McMillan

Father Andrew McMillan1 b. 17 March 1793, d. circa 1885
Mother Jane Fields b. 28 May 1793, d. between 1850 and 1860
Pedigree

Last Edited 26 Jan 2003

  Andrew N. McMillan was the son of Andrew McMillan and Jane Fields.1 
Marriage   Andrew N. McMillan married Charity Reeves, daughter of John Reeves and Cynthia Baker.1,2 

Family Charity Reeves b. 20 June 1835, d. 8 February 1897

Citations
  1. [S110] Managing Editor Ruth Weaver Shepherd and Patron/Honor EditorClarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe Co Vol I, Article #412, "John McMillan and Descendants," contributed by Virginia McMillan Porter.
  2. [S202] Clarice B. Weaver, The Heritage of Ashe County NC Vol II, Article #305, "Jesse Reeves - Part II, Elizabeth Obedience Terrell" contributed by Mary Rose Reeves Isennock.


       

Compiler:
Karen Reynolds Worley
Wilkesboro, NC

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