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George BOWMAN "the Immigrant"

ABT 1709 - 1768

ID Number: I51286

  • RESIDENCE: Germany and Frederick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1709, Germany
  • DEATH: 1768, Frederick Co. Virginia
  • BURIAL: Bowman Cem. Shenandoah, VA
  • RESOURCES: see: [S1829] [S2065] [S2821]

Family 1 : Maria Elizabeth "Mary" HITE
  1.  John George BOWMAN
  2. +Jacob BOWMAN
  3.  Emma Maria "Mary" BOWMAN
  4.  Elizabeth BOWMAN
  5.  John or Johannes BOWMAN
  6.  Sarah BOWMAN
  7.  Regina BOWMAN
  8.  Rebecca BOWMAN
  9.  George BOWMAN
  10. +Abraham BOWMAN
  11.  Joseph BOWMAN
  12.  Catherine BOWMAN
  13. +Isaac BOWMAN

Notes


Bowman family info from Hite and Bowman Families, Section III of Some Family Charts (25 Oct 1965), by Rev. Joseph J. Bowman, 1101 Floyd St., Lynchburg, Virginia. [Filson Club 929.2. H675B].




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[S2065]

[S2821]


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Elvin E. DUNAWAY

18 May 1845 - 10 Apr 1923

ID Number: I5296

  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. 14th Confederate Cavalry; Rode with Gen. Bedford Forrest.
  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS & Polk & Trinity Cos. TX
  • BIRTH: 18 May 1845, Pike Co. MS
  • DEATH: 10 Apr 1923, Trinity Co. TX [S1444]
  • BURIAL: Chita Cem, Trinity, TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S257] [S659] [S1012] [S1338] [S1436] [S1458]
Father: Pearley (Purley) DUNAWAY
Mother: Sarah "Sally" Perkins GREER


Family 1 : Manerva (Minerva) MORGAN
  1. +Synthia Adaline DUNAWAY
  2. +Parmlee "Parham" DUNAWAY
  3. +Marshall Dill "Dilley" DUNAWAY
  4. +Amanda "Mandy" DUNAWAY
  5.  Chalmers "Pete" DUNAWAY
  6. +Henry D. DUNAWAY
  7. +Richard D. DUNAWAY
  8.  Rhonda DUNAWAY
  9. +William Taylor "Bud" DUNAWAY
  10. +Harrison DUNAWAY
  11. +Martha DUNAWAY
  12. +Sarah A. "Sally" DUNAWAY
Family 2 : Ida Mae COLLINS

Notes


15 May 1882 Civil War Pension Application in Polk Co. TX.
Elvin Dunaway 14th Confederate Cavalry joined 8-24-1863, Summit, MS, period of 3 yrs. or war. The 14th Confederate States Cavalry was organized in Amite Co., MS, during the summer of 1863. The regiment contained 10 companies, 8 of which contained men from southwestern MS. The remaining companies "H" and "I" contained men form the State of LA. They fought in LA, MS and AL. and for awhile rode with Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. This cavalry was not designated with any state, but listed as the 14th Confederate Cav.


Chita,Texas. is the small community about 8 mi. from Groveton on FM 355 where the Dunaways settled in Trinity Co.

[S257] [S1012] [S1458]


                                                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNAWAY ______________
                                                       |                                        
                                _Joseph DUNAWAY _______|
                               | (1778 - 1850)         |
                               |                       |________________________________________
                               |                                                                
 _Pearley (Purley) DUNAWAY ____|
| (1809 - 1889) m 1832         |
|                              |                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) McCULLOCH MCCULLOUGH _
|                              |                       |                                        
|                              |_Catherine MCCULLOUGH _|
|                                (1782 - 1850)         |
|                                                      |________________________________________
|                                                                                               
|
|--Elvin E. DUNAWAY 
|  (1845 - 1923)
|                                                       _Jesse GREER Sr.________________________
|                                                      | (1750 - ....)                          
|                               _Jesse GREER __________|
|                              | (1788 - 1867) m 1813  |
|                              |                       |_Judith HAMPTON ________________________+
|                              |                         (1750 - ....)                          
|_Sarah "Sally" Perkins GREER _|
  (1815 - 1870) m 1832         |
                               |                        _Ephraim PUCKETT Jr.____________________+
                               |                       | (1760 - ....)                          
                               |_Polly PUCKETT ________|
                                 (1787 - 1824) m 1813  |
                                                       |_Nancy Ann ALLEN _______________________
                                                         (1760 - ....)                          

Sources

[S1444]

[S257]

[S659]

[S1012]

[S1338]

[S1436]

[S1458]

[S257]

[S1012]

[S1458]


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James FRIERSON Jr.

ABT 1745 - ____

ID Number: I26082

  • OCCUPATION: Rev War: Sgt In Marion's Brigade
  • RESIDENCE: Williamsburg, SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1745
  • RESOURCES: See: [S985]
Father: James Edward FRIERSON Sr.
Mother: MCNEALY



                                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) FRIERSON of Williamsburg Dist. SC_
                                                               |                                                    
                             _William FRIERSON "the Immigrant"_|
                            | (1700 - 1773)                    |
                            |                                  |____________________________________________________
                            |                                                                                       
 _James Edward FRIERSON Sr._|
| (1725 - 1778)             |
|                           |                                   ____________________________________________________
|                           |                                  |                                                    
|                           |_Mary_____________________________|
|                             (1700 - ....)                    |
|                                                              |____________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                   
|
|--James FRIERSON Jr.
|  (1745 - ....)
|                                                               ____________________________________________________
|                                                              |                                                    
|                            _James MCNEALY "the Immigrant"____|
|                           | (1700 - 1764)                    |
|                           |                                  |____________________________________________________
|                           |                                                                                       
|_ MCNEALY _________________|
  (1725 - 1755)             |
                            |                                   ____________________________________________________
                            |                                  |                                                    
                            |_UNNAMED__________________________|
                              (1700 - 1764)                    |
                                                               |____________________________________________________
                                                                                                                    

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Lucy GATEWOOD

13 Nov 1871 - ____

ID Number: I18845

  • RESIDENCE: Allen Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 13 Nov 1871, Kentucky [S828]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S594] [S828]
Father: Lafayette L. GATEWOOD
Mother: Georgie FOLLIS


Family 1 : Edward Erwin GILLENWATER

                                                  _John GATEWOOD ___________+
                                                 | (1761 - 1835) m 1782     
                          _Fletcher B. GATEWOOD _|
                         | (1805 - 1871) m 1826  |
                         |                       |_Nancy WHITE _____________+
                         |                         (1765 - 1850) m 1782     
 _Lafayette L. GATEWOOD _|
| (1837 - 1927) m 1870   |
|                        |                        _John CALVERT ____________
|                        |                       | (1780 - ....)            
|                        |_Mary "Polly" CALVERT _|
|                          (1809 - 1886) m 1826  |
|                                                |__________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Lucy GATEWOOD 
|  (1871 - ....)
|                                                 _Raven FOLLIS ____________
|                                                | (1790 - ....)            
|                         _Shelby B. FOLLIS _____|
|                        | (1820 - ....)         |
|                        |                       |_Mary WAGGLE _____________
|                        |                         (1790 - ....)            
|_Georgie FOLLIS ________|
  (1850 - 1918) m 1870   |
                         |                        _(RESEARCH QUERY) BURTON _
                         |                       |                          
                         |_Elizabeth BURTON _____|
                           (1830 - ....)         |
                                                 |__________________________
                                                                            

Sources

[S828]

[S594]

[S828]


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Moses GREEN

ABT 1736 - 3 Dec 1798

ID Number: I66824

Father: Robert Duff GREEN "the Immigrant"
Mother: Eleanor DUNN


Family 1 : Mary BLACKWELL
  1. +Eleanor GREEN
Family 2 : Lucy BLACKWELL

Notes


Spouses: Elizabeth b: Abt 1725 + Mary Blackwell b: Abt 1732 d: 1767 + Lucy Blackwell b: Abt 1705.


"VII. Moses Green((2)). Married Mary Blackwell, sister of Susanna; d. in Culpeper."


Moses Green , (Robert ), m. Mary Blackwell , and had:
1. Sarah , died single
2. Eleanor , m. Gen. Jas. Williams .



[S2530] [S2867]

[330479]
or d. 17 May 1770


                                                              ________________________________
                                                             |                                
                                     _William GREEN _________|
                                    | (1670 - 1701)          |
                                    |                        |________________________________
                                    |                                                         
 _Robert Duff GREEN "the Immigrant"_|
| (1693 - 1748) m 1720              |
|                                   |                         _ALEXANDER MACDUFF of Keithmore_+
|                                   |                        | (1645 - 1700)                  
|                                   |_ELEANOR MACDUFF _______|
|                                     (1670 - ....)          |
|                                                            |_HELEN GRANT ___________________+
|                                                              (1645 - 1694)                  
|
|--Moses GREEN 
|  (1736 - 1798)
|                                                             ________________________________
|                                                            |                                
|                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) DUNN _|
|                                   |                        |
|                                   |                        |________________________________
|                                   |                                                         
|_Eleanor DUNN _____________________|
  (1700 - 1793) m 1720              |
                                    |                         ________________________________
                                    |                        |                                
                                    |________________________|
                                                             |
                                                             |________________________________
                                                                                              

Sources

[S2530]

[S2867]

[S2868]

[S3642]

[S2530]

[S2867]

[S2868]


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Maj. Thomas JONES

6 Nov 1754 - 24 Nov 1826

ID Number: I74061

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle and Campbell Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 6 Nov 1754, Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 24 Nov 1826, Campbell Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2355] [S2761]
Father: John JONES
Mother: Elizabeth WALKER


Family 1 : Elizabeth JOHNS

Notes


DEEDS IN CAMPBELL COUNTY, VA THAT MENTION THOMAS JONES:


10 Jan 1785: From William Johns to Edmund Johns," for the love I have for the said Edmund", 400 acres of land in Buckingham County, VA, adjoining Christian Staples and Dillard on the south side of the James River, together with 4 negroes named Harry, Chloe, Henry and Frederick, 2 horses, 12 cattle, 30 hogs and all my household furniture.
Signed: William Johns
Witnesses: THOS JONES, Jesse Johns, BETTY JONES.
Memorandum that the within named Edmund Johns is to be a good and dutiful son to both his father and mother, and not to let or see them want during life, under the penalty of making the within deed void.
Signed: William Johns
Witnesses: THOS. JONES, Jesse Jones, BETTY JONES.
Recorded: May 5, 1785 (Deed Book 2, pg. 46)


15 Apr 1785: From THOMAS JONES AND BETTY, his wife of Campbell Co. to Edmund Johns, for 50 pounds, a 50 acres tract of land, bounded by the mouth of the Rockey Branch, Martins Road and adjoining THOMAS JONES, SR. and Falling River. Witnesses: Jesse Jones, Jesse Johns. Recorded 5 May 1785. (Deed Book 2, pg. 47)


1 Dec 1785: John Hook and Elizabeth, his wife, of Bedford Co. to THOMAS JONES of Campbell Co., for 330 pounds, 200 acres in Campbell Co. on both sides of Little Mills Creek, a branch of Falling River. Recorded: 1 Dec 1785. (Deed Book 2, pg. 99)


6 Apr 1787: THOMAS JONES and ELIZABETH, his wife, of Campbell Co. to Robert Alexander of Campbell, for 200 pounds, 200 acres on both sides of Little Mill Creek, a branch of Falling River, being the land conveyed to said JONES by John Hook.
Signed: THOMAS JONES
Recorded: 6 Apr 1787. (Deed Book 2, pg. 208)


2 Oct 1788: THOMAS JONES of Campbell Co. to William Harris of Campbell Co. for 100 pounds, 116 acres in Campbell Co. on both sides of Simmon's Branch, adjoining Williams Simmons, Duthchman's Branch and Jones' line.
Signed: THOS. JONES
Recorded: 2 Oct 1788. (Deed Book 2, pg. 309)


"Maj. THOMAS JONES, husband of ELIZABETH JOHNS, shot and killed his son in law John Wood in Campbell County, Virginia in 1825. As far as we can tell, he only spent one night in jail for it. Further investigation of the records revealed that Mr. Wood apparently was abusive to his wife, and this was well known at the time in Campbell." From Tammy Jones (tammlyn@earthlink.net)


LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THOMAS JONES:


In the name of God, Amen. I Thomas Jones of the county of Campbell do make and ordain this my last will and testament. In premise my will and desire is that all my just debts be paid out of any monies that shall be in my possession at the time of my death. Should these not be sufficient for that purpose, then I desire that so much of my perishable property shall be sold as will be sufficient to accomplish that end.


Secondly, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Betsy Jones my dwelling house and one third part of the tract of land I may reside upon at the time of decease, and one third part of all my negroes, stock, plantation, tools, household and kitchen furniture during her natural life.


Third, I give and bequeath to my son William Jones, all the land that I have heretofore deeded to him and he is now in possession of to him and his heirs forever. Also one negro man named Adam, a black smith by trade, together all the smith tools and shop thereto appertaining, in addition to what I have heretofore given him.


Fourth, I give and bequeath to my son Jonny Jones all the land that I bought of John Poindexter and Poindexter, all of it. To the said Johnny Jones instead of myself having it deeded to myself. Likewise, all the negroes I have heretofore given to him and is now in possession of, in addition to that, I give and bequeath to my son Johnny's two sons, namely John Martin Jones and Charles Thos. Jones (if mistake I not their names) the tract of land I purchased of James Shannon and Crawley's Exor. being the same more or less one hundered and eighty acres. I also give and bequeath to my son Johnny's daughter, Amanda Jones one girl about ten or twelve years old.


Fifth, I give and bequeath to my son James Jones all the land that I now live upon including the mansion house, beginning at the river as the line runs thense along that line to a hickory corner thence along Joel's fence toward his prize until you come to a little road coming from Reid's Mill thense to Reids line to the nearest place thence along that line until you come to the mill creek until you come to the eighteen acres I purchased of Thos. J. Cock along that line south to the corner thence a west course to the river thence down the river to the first branch up the branch, a strait line to the nearest plase of the mill pond up the mill pond a small distance, until you come to the line belonging to my son Thomas Jones deceased and these along the line until you come to the bridge field fence along the fence and line until you come to a small corner in Lewis Franklin's field and up the branch to the hedd of it to a corner chesnut oak between my son William and E. Wood and thence along that line until you come to a branch and down that branch on the line between myself and my son Wm. to the river thence down the river to the beginning.


Sixth, I give and bequeath to my son Joel Jones the tract of land he now resides upon formerly belonging to William Jones of Buckingham and he gave it to his James Jones including the mansion house and it's appurtenance, say about 700 acres be the same more or less reserving a small part of said tract for which I have taken off and put into the tract I now reside upon and devised it to my son James Jones' heirs and corners specified in James Jones's item, the aforesaid tract adjoins the lands of Tarton Jones, Thos. Reid, and the land that John Reid sold to Richard G. Haden in addition to that I bequeath to my son Joel Jones all the negroes that he has in possession, to wit, Urshy, Abram, Ann, Luke and Jane, together all the stock of cattle that he had in possession, say eight in number.


Seventh, I give and bequeath to my son Buckner Jones the tract of land I purchased of Ro. Hawkins on the waters of Meadow Creek containing two hundred and thirty five or forty five acres, be the same more or less. In addition to that, I give and bequeath to my son Buckner Jones on negro woman named Fanny and her children that's on the plantation, also one negro man, Ned, six head of cattle, the stock of hogs, two horses that's on the plantation.


Eighth, I give and bequeath to my daughter Rhoda Stith the property I have heretofore given her; in addition to that I have and bequeath to my daughter Rhoda Stith three negroes from twelve to sixteen years old, all girls.


Nineth, I give and bequeath to my daughter Betsy Stith all the property she has heretofore received from me; in addition to that I give and bequeath to my daughter Betsy Stith three negroes from twelve to sixteen years old, all girls.


Tenth, I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Stith all the property she has heretofore received from me; in addition to that I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Stith three negroes from twelve to sixteen years old, all girls.


Eleventh, I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Wood all the property she has heretofore received from me; in addition to that I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha Wood one negro woman named Delila and her youngest child, one good horse, and three head of cattle.


Twelfth, I give and bequeath to my three grand sons, Wood, Madison and Washington Jones, sons of my son Thomas Jones dec. all the land that I have heretofore deeded to my son Thomas Jones dec. Also all the negroes I have heretofore given my son Thomas Jones, dec. excepting one negro girl, Ama. She I bequeath to my grand sons, Wood, Madison, and Washington Jones the said girl to be equally divided among my three grand sons; in addition to that I give and bequeath to my three grandsons, Wood, Madison, and Washington Jones, two negroes more from ten to fifteen years old.


Thirteenth, I give and bequeath unto William and James' children all the lands that I have not devised or deeded away in any shape whatever or heretofore specified in this my last will and testament including the lands I purchased of Reid Jack Jones, Col. Richard Jones and Elizabeth Strange and a part I have taken and added to the same from the tract I now reside upon including mill and all its appurtenances thereunto belonging to the said lands to have and to hold forever.


Fourteenth, I give and bequeath also all the remainder of negroes that I have not specified in my will heretofore shall be equally divided amongst my sons William, James, Joel, Buckner and my three grandsons, Wood, Madison and Washington, sons of Thomas Jones dec. also to my four daughters, to wit, Rhoda Stith, Betsy Stith, Nancy Stith and Martha Wood and to Johnny's three children, Charles Thomas, John Martin and Amanda Jones; children of my son Johnny's it is understood that my grandsons of my son Thomas are only to have in proportion of the remainder of the negroes that are not specified and what they receive they are to divide between the three grandsons and are to draw in proportion as one legatee my three grand children of Johnny Jones' children are to share in like manner. It is further understood that this division is not to take plase until after the death of my wife Betsy Jones, If she should be the longest liver or at the death of either.


Fifteenth, I give and bequeath all the remainder of my stock of every discription, household and kitchen furniture, plantation, utensils and in short, everything that my belong to my estate at my death of the death of wife Betsy Jones shall be sold as quick as the nature of the case will admit and the proceeds arising from such sale shall be disposed of in the following manner: The money shall be equally divided among my grandsons, Wood, Madison, and Washington and my grandchildren of my three daughters in Kentucky, and my three grand children, children of my son Johnny, to wit, John, Martha, Charles Thos. and Amanda Jones daughter of the said Johnny Jones.


Sisteenth, It is understood that the aforesaid property that I have devised to my son Joel Jones namely, the tract of land saying seven hundred acres be the same more or less subject to a part taken off it by myself and divised the same to my son James and the following slaves property, to wit, Worshy, Abram, Ann, Like, and Jane and eight head of cattle, it is to be understood that the said Joel Jones is not to have it in his power to dispose of one cent of the said property but he is to have comfortable support from what's on the land and by said slaves arising from that all the profit arising from the above proceeds what's made thereon. I further devise that the above property is to go to the said Joel Jones heirs, if any, at his death and then the aforesaid property is to be equally divided amongst his lawful heirs. I further ordain, constitute and appoint my two sons William Jones, and James Jones to have all the sole management of the aforesaid property and act and transact all business relative to the property. I further say that not one cent of the property is to be made away with in no shape or manner whatever, more than the said Joel, him and his family is to receive the aforesaid support.


Lastly, I hereby constitute and appoint my two sons, William Jones and James Jones my executors to act upon my Estate and its understood that my two sons, William and James are not compelled to give security for their performance. In testimony I hereby affix my name and seal this eighteenth day of Feb. 1826.


Signed, sealed and acknowledged in the presence of:
Prudham Moore and James Mason (his mark)
Signed:
Thomas Jones
(Campbell Co., VA, Will Book 5, 18 February 1826)
Contributed by John H. Jones (john.h.jones1@jsc.nasa.gov)


Children:
2 Rhoda JONES b: 11 Jan 1777 d: 1851 + Thomas Jefferson STITH b: 8 Oct 1768 d: 12 Mar 1821
2 Rhoda JONES b: 11 Jan 1777 d: 1851 + Thomas Jefferson STITH b: 8 Oct 1768 d: 12 Mar 1821
2 Ann 'Nancy' JONES b: ABT. 1780 d: BEF. 1850 + William W. STITH b: 1777 d: 1854
2 Thomas JONES , Jr. b: ABT. 1782 + Elizabeth WOOD
2 WIlliam JONES b: 4 JUL 1783 d: 3 JUL 1858 + Nancy HUNTER b: 17 OCT 1790 d: 1863
2 John Merryman JONES b: ABT. 1785 d: ABT. 1825 + Edna MARTIN b: 6 NOV 1795 d: 8 NOV 1822 + Jane B. TALBOT b: ABT. 1810
2 Buckner S. JONES b: ABT. 1787
2 James JONES b: ABT. 1789 d: 29 MAY 1869 + Nancy JONES b: 1797 d: 7 FEB 1839 + Martha W. JONES + Leeanna Mary GLOVER b: ABT. 1818
2 Joel JONES b: ABT. 1791 d: 26 OCT 1842 + Dolly COBBS b: 1801
2 Martha Jane JONES b: 1801 d: 1869 + John Franklin WOOD b: ABT. 1790 d: 1825 + Patterson JENNINGS b: ABT. 1792



[S2355]


                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _Thomas JONES _______|
                      | (1690 - 1767)       |
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _John JONES _________|
| (1715 - 1798)       |
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_____________________|
|                                           |
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Thomas JONES 
|  (1754 - 1826)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _Joel WALKER ________|
|                     | (1700 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Elizabeth WALKER ___|
  (1725 - 1798)       |
                      |                      _Arthur MOSELEY II___+
                      |                     | (1665 - 1729) m 1688
                      |_Sarah MOSELEY ______|
                        (1705 - ....)       |
                                            |_Sarah HANCOCK ______+
                                              (1670 - 1727) m 1688

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[S2355]

[S2761]

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Joseph KELLET

ABT 1720 - 1785

ID Number: I79428

  • RESIDENCE: Laurens, SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720, Laurens, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 1785
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3020]

Family 1 :
  1. +Ann KELLET

Notes


Marriage 1 Jennet UNKNOWN b: Abt 1720 in Laurens, SC

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[S3020]


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Nicole Marie ROME


!LIVING

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