1850 Federal Census, N of the Yallstrisbas River in the County of Yalabusha in the State of Mississippi..
1853 State of Mississippi Census- Panola Co..
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ABSTRACT FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES FROM RECORDS OF RESERVE OFFICER, 2 Mar 1953.
Business Card of Rev. Rose, n.d..
Confederate Military Record, n.d., Received from Alabama Department of Archives & History. January 1999, RML.
corrections to Leland info. on webpage, 2/4/00 6:18:54 PM Eastern Standard Time, Subj: corrections to Leland info. on webpage
Date: 2/4/00 6:18:54 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: email@example.com (LaVonne Platt)
I'm finally getting back to you with a few corrections and additions to the
Leland website genealogy, as I indicated earlier I would do. But first, I
want to commend you for the fabulous job you've done in constructing an
attractive and most informative webpage on so many aspects of the Leland
family history. I think it's great!!!
So here goes what I believe to be verifiable in almost all cases anyway:
1. Sarah Moore Leland (4) Wiley place of death--Marietta, Marshall Co., KS
2. Eliza Wiley (5) place of marriage to Charles Joseph Potter--,McHenry
3. Eliza Wiley (5) date of death May 1940 (NOT before May 1940); place of
death--Oketo, Marshall County, KS. (I can check the tombstone at some
point for exact day of the month.)
4. Children of Eliza Wiley (5) and Charles Joseph Potter:
Joseph Wiley Potter (6) (he was called "Wiley" not "Joseph"); born at
Oketo, Marshall Co., KS; died 1962
5. Thomas Melville Potter (6) died 1916, NOT "after 1940"
6. Lura Alvernon Potter (6) died 1965
7. Vallean Louise Potter (6) married to Frank Herbert Mann; died 5 Feb.
8. Eathel Alice Potter (6) married to Charles T. Finch on 7 June 1904;
9. Gilbert Wesley Potter (6) date of death July 4, 1954 (better check with
Lee Potter, Jr. on this one to be certain)
10. Gladys Winifred Potter (6) married to Victor A. Bull; date of death ca.
1983 or 84 in CA (my memory--hope this can be verified elsewhere--I just
remember that she was in her mid-90s and that she was living with or near
her daughter Joellen _______ at the time of her death.)
Some of the death dates were given to me in a letter from Ernestine Potter
in 1997; otherwise they are in my written family records mostly
attributable to my mother Roberta Mann Godwin, but verified in most all
cases by other family members records. Most of the people listed above
(except for Gilbert & Gladys & possibly Wiley Potter) were buried in the
Oketo, KS cemetery, and I can check the records there again if you feel any
of these dates may be in error.
If you want records of the descendants of Vallean Potter Mann, I can get
those to you at some time in the future. That is the family history I am
working on. Before the end of June I hope to have completed the part on
the ancestors of Vallean & Bert (Frank Herbert) Mann, but I do have nearly
up-to-date records of their descendants, too.
Well, enough for now. I hope these records above will be of help to you.
Cousin LaVonne Godwin Platt (9th generation descendant of John Leland, Sr.)
P.S. I was particularly interested in your note about Edward Cox
purchasing about 20,000 acres of land in Ill in 1836 for a total payment of
$24,681.00. I think it was he and his wife Mary Leland who took two of her
younger siblings (including Sarah Moore Leland) with them when they left
Virginia. And then I was rereading Mary's letters after Edward's death and
how much financial difficulties her family was facing, and her concern for
Sarah & Amos Wiley and the hard times they faced in Illinois (probably
during those same years?). I was struck by all the stories there must be
if we only knew more about those times, but how wonderful it is that we
have those letters and the other information that we do possess. J.A.C.
Leland left a real treasure, didn't he?
Have you ever been to Wicomico Parish and Cyprus Farms? We went there in
August 1998. I'll not go into detail about it, because you've probably
been there, too, but it was a wonderful trip, with the historian at the
Wicomico Parish Church and also the Northumberland genealogy records at the
County Court house and historical society being of great help to us in our
search for our roots.
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Early American Marriages-Midwest, n.d..
Family Biographical Data, after 1979, Sources of Information:
Piticiarne Earl of Cassilles and Carrick-Gallovidian published in 1947 by John Kevan McDowall, a Glasgow Attorney.
Sir Robert Douglas writes The Peerage of Scotland.
Memorial Tecord of Alabama, 1893
My Fifteen Southern Families, Hiram Kennedy Douglas, Florence, AL
History of First Methodist Church, 1818-1964, James Benson Sellers.
Family Group Record by Margaret DuVic, n.d..
Family Search Ancestral File, n.d..
Family Search International Genealogical Index (TM) v4.01, n.d..
Federal Census 1850, Lancaster Co., Virginia.
J.A.C. Leland. Material added by Agnes Leland(ners. J.A.C.) in no series (n.p.: n.pub., 1952).
John Augustin Charles Leland (2)(593). The Leland Family of Virginia, 1740-1940 in no series (n.p.: n.pub., May 1952).
Kinship report of Richard M. Leland, n.d..
L.C. Leland in Mississippi., 3/23/2000, There was a micro-fiche file of doctors in which I found four cards:( I couldn't learn where the cards came from. The quotation marks mean I couldn't decipher the handwriting, my letters aren't more than a guess.)
Leland, L.C. m Cynthia Quinn of Holmesville, Sept. 8, 1835
"Jany" Miss. "Hot" July 1857 Page 191
Leland, L.C. married Cynthia M. Quinn, "Holesville" Oct. 8, 1835
"Jais" Miss. "Hist" John 1857 pg. 191
Leland, L.C. "Std/ Mrs. Sothes" Pike Co.
Col. Peter Quinnn - Holmsville. With line drawn thru: Judge More "Ast" then : Martha Moore with line drawn thru: "Mc" Pike WPA Pioneer.
Leland, L.C. m Homesville, Miss.
Col. Peter Quinn Miss. Dist. DC 1789-1834
Martha Moore "Roman----" Co., NC 1780-1800
Make anything of it? Vic.
Leland W.Potter, Jr., n.d..
Letter to Mrs Maurice Vincent Duvic, 11 March 1977.
Maybelle Leland Monthly Planning Book, n.d..
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no title, n.d., Subj: Statistics on my branch
Date: 3/6/00 11:07:34 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: anbender@leland.Stanford.EDU (Ann Bender)
Here are various corrections and additions to my branch of the family.
Edward Cox was born 14 August 1805. He died 22 Feb 1854 in Ashmore, IL.
Date of death from tombstone of Edward Cox in Ashmore, IL.
Anna Maria Cox was born 5 Jan 1841 in Ashmore, IL. She was married on 29
Feb 1872 i Ashmore. She died 14 Jan 1918 in Dallas, TX. She married Levi
Calvin Thornton, born 15 Dec 1825 in Washington County, IN. He died 9
March 1907 in Oakland, IL. At least part of that Thornton record is from
the Archives of the Soldiers and Sailors Benevolent Society, Washington,
D.C.* And their obituaries were printed.*
Anna Leland Thornton was born 19 July 1876 in Oakland IL. She married on
22 November 1899 in Oakland, IL. She died 24 July 1960 in Tulsa, OK. She
married Neil Genis Grubb, born 24 Sept 1874 in Parker Landing, PA, died 19
Aug 1964 in Tulsa, OK. The Grubb records are the Grubb Family Bible,
Record of births and deaths,* and the Probate of will and Petition to
(Mary) Elinor Grubb was born 5 March 1905 in Dallas TX, married 23 August
1932 in Tulsa OK, and died 19 October 1996 in Tulsa, OK. She married
Bradford Jennings Williams, born 28 May 1902 in Lancaster, KY, died 21
August 1961 in Tulsa, OK. This is proved by birth certificates, marriage
certificate, and probate of will of Bradford Jennings Williams.* Brad and
Elinor had two children, Ann Leland and Bradford, Jr.
Ann Leland Williams was born 2 February 1941 at Tulsa, OK, married 15
August 1967 in Tulsa OK. She married John Bryant Bender, born 19 July 1940
in Tulsa OK. This is proved by birth certificates and marriage license and
Bradford Jennings Williams, Jr., was born 10 Dec 1944 in Denver, CO,
married 21 Jan 1966 to Nanci Mullendore in Tulsa, OK. They have two
children, Brad III and Brent.
Bradford Jennings Williams, III was born 1 Oct 1967 in Tulsa, OK, married 9
Sept 1996 in Skokie, IL to Beata Duda. They have one child, Bradford
Jennings Williams, IV, born 14 Nov 1999 in New York, NY.
Brent Colin Williams was born 6 Oct 1971 in Tulsa, OK. He lives in New
York, NY and is engaged to be married.
Wherever there is an asterisk (*) above, copies of the documents were sent
to the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America for the membership
of Mary Elinor Grubb Williams first, and later documents for the membership
of Ann Leland Williams Bender in approximately 1967-68. Dates for events
occurring after my birth are of my own personal knowledge, either because I
was there, or because I was notified at the time.
Moving right along...I thought I had gotten all the statistics I needed on
the people below, but already I see gaping holes (argh!).
Maurice Grubb married (Gladys) Naomi Shipton. She was born 3 March 1906 in
Altus OK and died 9 Feb 1957 in Houston TX. They were divorced in the
early 1950s. Maurice Grubb then married Judy Hancock. He died in
Maurice and Naomi Grubb had one daughter. Jacqueline Grubb was born 10
Sept. 1922 in Oklahoma City, OK, and died 1 May 1972 in Houston, TX. She
married Wayne Douglas Ankenman in October 26, 1939. They were divorced in
April, 1965 in Houston, TX. Jackie and Wayne had two children, Maurie and
Maurie Ankenman was born 30 Oct 1943 in Houston, TX. She married (Eugene)
Philip Cannon in Houston on 17 August 1963. Maurie and Philip have two
children, Philip and Sarah. (Eugene) Philip Cannon, Jr. was born 11 Feb
1967 in New York, NY. He married Elinor ** . Sarah Cannon was born 26
April 1971 in Austin, TX. She married Duncan Underwood.
Doug Ankenman (Wayne Douglas Ankenman, Jr.) was born 25 Feb 1948 in
Houston, TX. He married Claire Henderson on 18 Dec 1971. They have two
children: Anna Katharine Ankenman was born 14 March 1974 in Houston, TX.
Wayne Douglas Ankenman III was born 24 May 1977 in Houston, TX.
All of the dates on Maurice Grubb and his descendants came from telephone
conversations I had last fall with Doug Ankenman, who in turn talked with
his sister, Maurie Cannon.
Turning to my mother's other brother, Howard Grubb, I can report as
follows. He was born Cornelius Howard Grubb, but changed his name to
Howard C. Grubb after being teased by his childhood classmates, who
chanted, "C. (See) Howard Grubb, etc., once too often. He was born 28 Aug
1906 in Dallas TX. He married Julia Mier (called Julita) on 25 Jan 1942
in Havana, Cuba. Howard died 3 Feb 1981 in Tulsa, OK. Julita died 9 March
1994 in Tulsa, OK. They had one daughter, whose correct name is Leland
Julia Grubb, (known as Lili) born 31 August 1943 in Tulsa, OK. Lili
married Erik C. Anderson on 28 May 1966 in Tulsa, OK. They have one
child, Erik C. Anderson, Jr., born 16 Oct 1969 in Newton, Iowa. Erik,
Lili, and Erik all live in Tulsa.
I have a little bit more to add to that, but it is on a yellow sticky in my
1999 daily calendar if I remember correctly, and I'm not sure exactly where
that is at the moment. However, this should keep you occupied until I
Thanks again for all your efforts.
P.S. Got up this morning to find a message from a descendant of Edward
Cox's sister, who traces his Cox ancestry back to 1633. Not of much
interest to Lelands in general, but for those of us descended from
Edward/Mary or his cousin Peter/Anna Maria, this is great. By the way, I
am trying to locate someone from Anna Maria's line. Will let you know as
soon as there are results.
no title, n.d., Subj: Update.
Date: 3/1/00 3:17:52 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Arlene Thayer)
123. Charles G.6 Adams (Florence5Leland, Fabricius4, Baldwin3, John2, Jno1)
was born circa 1890.1081 He and Bertha
Sherman were married circa 1915.1082 He died after 1970.1083
Children of Charles G.6 Adams and Bertha Sherman were as follows:
197. i. Elisabeth7, b. circa 1916; m. unkown Unkown.
ii. Charles; b. circa 1918;1084 he and ? ? were married circa 1940.1085
iii. Augusta; b. circa 1920.1086
iv. (--?--); b. circa 1920.1087
Here is an update to the above from your webpage. Elizabeth Sherman Adams
was my mother.
Charles Goldsborough Adams b. about 1880, married Bertha Florence Sherman,
b. February 06, 1885, married, June 14, 1904, at Church Creek, Dorchester
Elizabeth Sherman Adams, b. abt 1905, (there is a
discrepancy in the birth certificate(s)), Cambridge, MD, d. July 07, 1996,
Havre de Grace, Harford County, MD. Married Charles Stewart Drennen, Jr.,
b. February 15, 1907, Cecil County, MD, d. February 29, 1988, Havre de
Charles Goldsborough Adams, Jr., b. abt 1906, Cambridge, MD,
d. White Marsh, MD, married, Clara Ruth Goldeisen, October 14, 1935.
Augusta Lee Adams, b. abt 1912, Cambridge, MD., d.
September 15, 1971, Baltimore, MD, married, William O. Jensen, Sr.
I am really enjoying the site and all your info on there. Thanks,
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no title, November,1989.
Personal knowledge, recollection and memories., n.d..
Rev. Jno. Leland Decendant Report, n.d..
State of Mississippi 1850 Slave Census/Yalobusha Co..
W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library; The University of Alabama, n.d..
_________. Lancaster Co. Ball Families in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
_________. no title in no series (n.p.: 1999 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc., n.d.).
_________. no title in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
_________. The Biographical Cyclopædia of American Women in American Biographical Notes, Volume II (L; n.p.: The Chicago Historical Society, n.d.).
_________. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
_________. William and Mary College Quarterly, Marriage Bonds in
Lancaster County. in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
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