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Col. Richard Clough ANDERSON Sr.

12 Jan 1750 - 16 Oct 1826

ID Number: I89298

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: of New Kent or Hanover Co. VA and Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 12 Jan 1750, "Goldmine", Hanover, Virginia
  • DEATH: 16 Oct 1826, at soldiers' Retreat, Jefferson Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2443] [S2578] [S3320]
Father: Robert ANDERSON III
Mother: Elizabeth CLOUGH


Family 1 : Elizabeth CLARK
  1.  Richard Clough ANDERSON Jr.
Family 2 : Sarah MARSHALL
  1.  Robert ANDERSON
  2.  Larz ANDERSON

Notes


"ELIZABETH CLARK ANDERSON. Elizabeth, daughter of John Clark and Ann Rogers Clark, was born in Caroline county, Virginia, February 11, 1768. She married Richard Clough Anderson, also a native of Virginia, about the year 1787. He entered the Revolutionary army, the head of a company, at the beginning of the war, and served in Colonel Parker's regiment, during the winter campaigns of 1776-7, in New Jersey, being at Trenton and Princeton. He participated in the battles of Brandywine and Germantown in 1777, and the next year was commissioned a major. He was also in the battle of Monmouth. His regiment went south in the summer of 1779 and he was wounded in the assault made on Savannah from which he never entirely recovered. Parker, the colonel of the regiment, was killed at the siege of Charleston. Samuel Hopkins succeeded him as colonel, and Major Anderson was promoted to be lieutenant-colonel. This is the same Samuel Hopkins who subsequently conducted two expeditions against the Indians northwest of the Ohio river. Colonel Anderson was taken prisoner at Charleston, but finally succeeded in securing an exchange and served until the close of the war. He was appointed principal surveyor of the lands granted by the state of Virginia to the soldiers of the continental line by the act of December, 1783. He opened his headquarters at Louisville, Kentucky, in July, 1784, and was a representative from Jefferson county to the conventions at Danville in 1784 and 1788.


Colonel Anderson was twice married. His first wife, Elizabeth Clark, died in 1795, having been the mother of four children; a son, named after his father, and three daughters, Ann, Cecelia and Elizabeth.


The second wife was Sarah Marshall, also of the Clark family, (NOTE: A descendant of the daughter of Jonathan Clark, Senior, who married Torquil McLeod.) and they had seven sons and five daughters, viz.: Fanny, Larz, Robert, William, Mary, Louisa, John R., Hugh, Charles, Lucelia, Matthew, and Sarah. Colonel Anderson died October 16, 1826, at soldiers' Retreat, Jefferson county, Kentucky. Richard Clough Anderson, Junior, the son of the first marriage, was born in 1788, and was a member of congress from Kentucky from 1817 to 1821. After that he represented the United States as minister to Colombia, in which country he lost his wife, who was his cousin Elizabeth, daughter of Owen and Ann Clark Gwathmey, and it is notable that Elizabeth, his sister, married his wife's brother, Isaac R. Gwathmey. The next year after his wife's death, which was in 1825, he died of yellow fever, on his way to Panama, as a representative of the United States to a congress of American nations. He is represented as a gentleman of fine ability and unblemished character. Of the children of the second marriage Colonel Robert Anderson was the renowned hero of Fort Sumter in the Civil War, whose history is so generally known that it need not be repeated here, and Larz and Charles were prominent citizens and politicians in Ohio, the latter being lieutenant-governor of that state in 1864 and subsequently governor by reason of the death of Governor Brough. (NOTE: Governor Charles Anderson here referred to subsequently removed to Kentucky and died at his residence there a short time before the publication of this volume, and a letter written by him to the author in relation to this sketch, his daughter Katherine states, was the last he ever wrote. In fact they were all people of high standing, as were also the children of the first marriage.)"


Descendants of Elizabeth Clark and Richard Clough Anderson:
Richard Clough, Jr. (married Elizabeth Gwathmey, no family); Elizabeth; Cecilia; Ann (married John Logan).




[S3320]


                                                        _Robert ANDERSON I_______________+
                                                       | (1634 - 1712) m 1661            
                       _Robert ANDERSON II_____________|
                      | (1663 - 1716) m 1702           |
                      |                                |_Cecilia MASSIE _________________+
                      |                                  (1646 - ....) m 1661            
 _Robert ANDERSON III_|
| (1712 - 1792) m 1739|
|                     |                                 _William OVERTON "the Immigrant"_+
|                     |                                | (1638 - 1697) m 1670            
|                     |_Mary Elizabeth OVERTON ________|
|                       (1673 - 1744) m 1702           |
|                                                      |_Mary Elizabeth WATERS __________+
|                                                        (1654 - 1697) m 1670            
|
|--Richard Clough ANDERSON Sr.
|  (1750 - 1826)
|                                                       _________________________________
|                                                      |                                 
|                      _Richard CLOUGH "the Immigrant"_|
|                     | (1705 - ....) m 1718           |
|                     |                                |_________________________________
|                     |                                                                  
|_Elizabeth CLOUGH ___|
  (1722 - 1779) m 1739|
                      |                                 _David MASSIE ___________________
                      |                                | (1620 - ....)                   
                      |_Anne Poindexter MASSIE ________|
                        (1680 - 1743) m 1718           |
                                                       |_Lucelia POINDEXTER _____________
                                                         (1620 - ....)                   

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Larkin CHEW

ABT 1735 - ____

ID Number: I85977

  • RESIDENCE: Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1735
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1956]
Father: Larkin CHEW Jr.
Mother: Mary BEVERLY


Notes


2 Larkin Chew b: 1735

                                                    _Joseph CHEW ________________________+
                                                   | (1641 - 1715)                       
                       _Larkin CHEW Sr.____________|
                      | (1675 - 1728) m 1696       |
                      |                            |_Ruth LARKIN ________________________
                      |                              (1655 - 1728)                       
 _Larkin CHEW Jr._____|
| (1705 - 1770) m 1733|
|                     |                             _Charles SMITH ______________________+
|                     |                            | (1655 - 1710) m 1700                
|                     |_Hannah ROY SMITH __________|
|                       (1675 - 1743) m 1696       |
|                                                  |_Dorothy PEYTON OR BUCKNER? _________+
|                                                    (1657 - 1745) m 1700                
|
|--Larkin CHEW 
|  (1735 - ....)
|                                                   _Robert BEVERLEY Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                  | (1641 - 1686) m 1666                
|                      _Harry BEVERLEY ____________|
|                     | (1669 - 1730) m 1695       |
|                     |                            |_Margaret BOYD ______________________+
|                     |                              (1637 - 1678) m 1666                
|_Mary BEVERLY _______|
  (1699 - 1770) m 1733|
                      |                             _Robert SMITH of Brandon_____________
                      |                            | (1650 - ....)                       
                      |_Elizabeth SMITH of Brandon_|
                        (1678 - 1720) m 1695       |
                                                   |_____________________________________
                                                                                         

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HUGH II de DAMMARTIN Count of Dammartin

ABT 1035 - 1103

ID Number: I58403

  • RESIDENCE: France
  • BIRTH: ABT 1035, of Dampmartin, Ile de France, France
  • DEATH: 1103
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2144]
Father: MANASSES de Ramerupt de Dammartin
Mother: CONSTANCE CAPET de FRANCE


Family 1 : ROHAIS (ROAIDE) de BULLES Countess of Bulles
  1. +AELIS de DAMMARTIN

                                                                                                     _HELPUIN de Arcis-Sur-Aube of Aube____________________
                                                                                                    | (0930 - 0970)                                        
                                     _HILDUIN II Sire de Ramerupt de MONTDIDIER Count of Montdidier_|
                                    | (0960 - ....)                                                 |
                                    |                                                               |_HERSINDE de RAMERU __________________________________
                                    |                                                                 (0934 - ....)                                        
 _MANASSES de Ramerupt de Dammartin_|
| (1010 - 1037)                     |
|                                   |                                                                ______________________________________________________
|                                   |                                                               |                                                      
|                                   |_ DAMMARTIN ___________________________________________________|
|                                     (0980 - ....)                                                 |
|                                                                                                   |______________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                          
|
|--HUGH II de DAMMARTIN Count of Dammartin
|  (1035 - 1103)
|                                                                                                    _HUGH Capet de FRANCE of France_______________________+
|                                                                                                   | (0941 - 0996)                                        
|                                    _ROBERT II "The Pious" de FRANCE of France_____________________|
|                                   | (0972 - 1031) m 1003                                          |
|                                   |                                                               |_ADELAIDE de POITOU of Aquitaine______________________+
|                                   |                                                                 (0952 - 1004)                                        
|_CONSTANCE CAPET de FRANCE ________|
  (1010 - ....)                     |
                                    |                                                                _WILLIAM I de Taillefer de PROVENCE Count of Provence_+
                                    |                                                               | (0947 - 0992)                                        
                                    |_CONSTANCE de PROVENCE of Arles________________________________|
                                      (0986 - 1032) m 1003                                          |
                                                                                                    |_ADELAIDE (BLANCHE) de ANJOU of Anjou_________________+
                                                                                                      (0948 - 1026)                                        

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Nathaniel EWING "the Immigrant"

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I52148

  • RESIDENCE: Ulster, IRE and Little Britain, Lancaster Co. PA and Cecil Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1615] [S1861] [S2979]
Father: William EWING
Mother: Wife One


Family 1 : Rachel PORTER
  1. +William EWING
  2.  John EWING
  3.  James EWING
  4. +Rachel Margaret EWING
  5.  George EWING
  6.  Thomas READE

Notes


Maryland Census, 1772-1890: EWING, NATHANIEL State: MD Year: 1740 County: Cecil County Record Type: Township: Militia Foot Company Page: NPL Database: MD Early Census Index.


Protestand Scot-immigrated to Ireland to escape religious persecution.
EWING ORIGINS
The Ewings are of Scottish descent, originally from the West of Scotland, near Glasgow. They were located on the River Forth, near Stirling Castle, in the vicinity of Loch Lomond. Their religion was Presbyterian. The reproduction of the coat of arms, above, was recognized by the Hon. Thomas Ewing family as coming rrom Scottish ancestors. near the lower middle of the drawing is "Mask Ewing," short for Maskell Ewing.
During the min-1600's, there was great religious persecution of the Protestants in Scotland. According to the tradition of the Ewing clan, the Ewings of America trace their origin to six stalwart brothers of a Highland clan, who, with their chieftain, engaged in insurrection in 1685, in which they were defeated, their chieftain captured and executed and themselves outlawed


It is told that our Ewing ancestors first went from their seat on the River Forth to the Isle of Bute, in Scotland and then settled at or near Coleraine, County Londonderry, of Ulster, in
Northern Ireland. On July 12, 1690, members of the Ewing Clan took part in the Battle of the Boyne, fought on the river of that name in Eastern Ireland. In this battle, King James II was opposed by William of Orange who was fighting for the Irish Protestants. The result of this battle was the complete overthrow of James, thus forcing his abdication of the throne and establishing the rule of William and Mary. The anniversary of this battle is still celebrated by the Orangemen, or Irish Portestants.


Who were these six stalwart Ewing brothers? Much research still needs to be done but at this point in time, the brothers might have included John Ewing of Carnshanagh; Robert Ewing, father of Alexander; Findley Ewing, father of Thomas; James Ewing of Inch Island; William Ewing, father of Nathaniel; and possibly an Alexander Ewing.


Robert and his brother Charles left Coleraine, Londonderry, Ulster Ireland between 1735-47 to USA staying with cousin Nathaniel Ewing in Cecil, Maryland, then on to Bedford VA with cousin James. Robert and Charles married sisters who were daughters of Caleb and Martha Brooks Baker. Robert Married Mary and Charles married Martha both about 1750 in Bedford, VA.


ROBERT EWING'S story was the same as many a settler of the Scotch-Irish tribe. Born in Londonderry, Ireland in 1715/18, he had come with his family to America when he was Peter (Kelly)'s age, in 1733. They had originally settled in Chester Co., in Pennsylvania but the lure of cheap land after the Govenor of Virginia opened up new land in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, drew them (with the Bakers), to Virginia in 1741. Young Robert had met and married MARY BAKER, the daughter of Reverend Caleb Baker, over Baker's objections of course, but love won out in the end and the couple bore a "galaxy" of sons and daughters. Robert remained a Justice for many years; he raised the Militia for the County during the French and Indian War and fought with the Indians at Point Pleasant.


NATHANIEL EWING, 1692 Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland was son of William, 1665, b. near Stirling Castle, Scotland; William was son of William and Eliza Milford Ewing. ROBERT & NATHANIEL are cousins, and they stopped in Maryland on their way to VA when they immigrated. (Source: Kris Oleson on GenForum, Ewing Family Genealogy)


"Nathaniel was born in Glasgow, Scotland and his mother (whom we do not find in our search) died shortly after his birth. His father William of Glasgow moved to Londonderry, Ireland and there married Eliza Milford. They had several children.


Nathaniel was involved in the shipping business and either owned or partly owned two ships the "Rising Sun" and the"Eagle Wing".In 1695 he brought his half brothers John, Samuel and Henry to Cecil County Maryland in the Americas. Then in 1713 he brought to Cecil County his father (now 80 years old) and his other half brothers , Joshua, William and his half sister Anne. He also brought over 140 neighbors and relatives, among them the Porter family (He married Rachael Porter) and Gillespies.


Jim McMichael is getting ready to publish his book on the Ewing Family. The Ewing family is heavy intermarried with the Porters of MD and VA. (That I know of) both the Ewings & Porters came from N. Ireland. This line of Porter's had Rev. War Col Andrew Porter.
Jim McMichael's email : jimmcmcl@worldnet.att.net


Petition from some of the residents of Octorara Hundred in Cecil County, Maryland dated 12 August 1766. The petition was for a road to be build from Fulton's Ferry (or Ball Fryar) [sic- should be Bald Friar]. Signers of the petition were all neighbors in this area located on the Cecil, MD/Chester, PA line.
Signers:
Wm. Husbands
James Porter
William Ewing, Sr.
Saml. Ewing
Patr. Ewing
Robt. Porter
Robert Ewing
Thomas Love
Jno. Widdifield
Richard Gay
Wm. Ewing
Samuel Gillespie
Nat. Gillespie
Will. Gillespie
John Ewing
Charles Regan
Jos. Graham
Jas. Buchanan
John McCay
Luke Paycock
John Porter (?)
Jno. Gillespie (?)
Samuel McCay
John Bralley
Chas. Simy (?)
Ralph Sims"






[S2979]


                          __
                         |  
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |__
                      |     
 _William EWING ______|
| (1665 - ....) m 1692|
|                     |   __
|                     |  |  
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Nathaniel EWING "the Immigrant"
|  (1700 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Wife One____________|
  (1670 - ....) m 1692|
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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[S1861]

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Ethel Rosalee HATTEN

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I37998

Father: Cicero Lamkin HATTEN
Mother: Rodella "Della" JONES


Family 1 : Joseph Marion WOMACK
Family 2 : Louis Hector SLAUGHTER
  1.  Ethel LaVerne SLAUGHTER

                                                                 _William HATTEN ________________
                                                                | (1800 - ....)                  
                          _Lawrence M. HATTEN C.S.A.____________|
                         | (1840 - 1863)                        |
                         |                                      |_Frances Lucretia "Patsy" LOTT _
                         |                                        (1802 - ....)                  
 _Cicero Lamkin HATTEN __|
| (1860 - ....)          |
|                        |                                       _Jehu Madison GRISHAM __________
|                        |                                      | (1810 - ....)                  
|                        |_Frances Elizabeth GRISHAM ___________|
|                          (1840 - ....)                        |
|                                                               |_Elizabeth Ann FORD ____________+
|                                                                 (1813 - ....)                  
|
|--Ethel Rosalee HATTEN 
|  (1890 - ....)
|                                                                _Alson Bluford "Gip" JONES _____+
|                                                               | (1800 - ....)                  
|                         _William Turnley JONES _______________|
|                        | (1828 - 1905) m 1851                 |
|                        |                                      |_Malinda EVANS _________________+
|                        |                                        (1800 - ....)                  
|_Rodella "Della" JONES _|
  (1860 - ....)          |
                         |                                       _Hiram MCCARTY _________________+
                         |                                      | (1811 - 1850) m 1833           
                         |_Martha Ann Caroline Matilda MCCARTY _|
                           (1833 - 1932) m 1851                 |
                                                                |_Nancy SPRADLEY ________________
                                                                  (1820 - 1850) m 1833           

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[S3365]


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Maj. William Ballard LENOIR

1 Sep 1775 - 14 Dec 1852

ID Number: I83607

  • TITLE: Maj.
  • RESIDENCE: Wilkes Co. NC and 1810 Lenoir's Station, Lenoir City, TN
  • BIRTH: 1 Sep 1775, Fort Definace, Wilkes now Caldwell Co. North Carolina [420466]
  • DEATH: 14 Dec 1852, Lenoir City, Roane Co. Tennessee
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes Bio [S3115]
Father: William LENOIR
Mother: Ann "Nancy" BALLARD


Family 1 : Elizabeth AVERY
  1.  Isaac Thomas LENOIR

Notes


"Major William Ballard Lenoir married Elizabeth Avery of Wilkes County NC. After his father gave him the Tennessee land, he moved his wife and four children to Lenoir's Station (then located in Roane County). He and his wife completed their family with eight more children. Five of his sons were Albert S. who married Katherine Welker in 1837, William, Israel Picks, Waightstill Avery, and Dr. Benjamin Ballard.


Dr. Benjamin Ballard Lenoir was born March 5, 1821 in Lenoir's Station. On November 27, 1855 he married Henrietta R. Ramsey. Henrietta died on May 25, 1864. Dr. Lenoir then married Margaret V. Siler on May 14, 1872.


Major Lenoir and his sons built several buildings in Lenoir's Station. Some of these include the family home (1821), the general store, the cotton mill (1834), the flour mill, the Lenoir Inn, and Trinity United Methodist Church (1867). Major Lenoir died in 1852. William, Israel Picks, Waightstill Avery, and Benjamin formed the company William Lenoir and Brothers to continue to run these businesses.


During the Civil War, the Union troops invaded Lenoir's Station and began burning down many of the buildings because the Lenoir's were Confederate Sympathesizers. The general store and the railroad depot were the first hit by the fire. The Union troops were planning on burning the cotton mill, but it was spared at the last moment. Tradition has it that Dr. Lenoir walked up and down the troops frantically making the secret Masonic sign until he found members of the Masonic Order. He then talked them into sparing the cotton mill.


Many of the buildings and homes built by the Lenoir family are still standing today. Some of these include the Albert Lenoir Home, the Major William Ballard Lenoir Home, the Walter Franklin Lenoir Home, and the Lenoir Cotton Mill."
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnloudon/family/lenoir.html


History of Lenoir City, Tennessee


Lenoir City originated from lands owned by General William Lenoir. General Lenoir was born in Brunswick County, Virginia on May 8, 1751 and moved to North Carolina in 1759. During the Revolutionary War, he served as captain under Colonel Cleveland in the Battle of King's Mountain. As a reward for his services during the war, the state of North Carolina awarded him 5000 acres located along the northern bank of the Tennessee River. This tract of land, known as the Lenoir tract, stretched a distance of two miles.


In September 1809, General Lenoir deeded his land to his eldest son, Major William Ballard Lenoir. Major Lenoir named the land Lenoir's Station (then located in Roane County) and moved onto with his wife in 1810. Major Lenoir and his family first moved into a log house built by Judge David Campbell. By 1821, the farm had been cleared, and the Lenoirs built and moved into a larger brick home. This property remained in the Lenoir Family until 1876.


In 1890, the Lenoir City Company was formed by several prominent businessmen in Knoxville and New York City in order design and built the new town. They surveyed the land and divided it into lots and streets. Many of the first homes were purchased from the Lenoir City Company. In 1907, Lenoir City was incorporated by an act of the state legislature. The first mayor was F. A. Weiss, the town's first millionaire.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnloudon/history/hist.html#LHIST


William Ballard LENOIR (1775-1852)


HOUSE, 11th General Assembly, 1815-17; representing Roane County. Born in Wilkes County, N.C., Sept. 1, 1775; son of Gen. William and Ann (BALLARD) LENOIR. As to schooling, described as having "all the advantageous possible in that day." Married in 1802 to Elizabeth AVERY, daughter of Waightstill AVERY and wife who had been Mrs. FRANKS.; children--Albert Sobieski, Louise Caroline, Isaac Thomas, Leah Adeline, Myra Ann, William, Waightstill Avery, Walter Franklin, Elizabeth Martha, Benjamin Ballard, Israel Pickens, and Julia J. Came to Tennessee in 1810 and settled in portion of Roane County which later was included in Loudon County; acquired an estate of five thousand acres on which Lenoir City grew up; engaged in farming, milling, surveying, and manufacture of cotton yarns. Appointed a trustee of East Tennessee College, Knoxville, Knox County, 1820. Justice of the peace; surveyor for state in Hiwassee District; appointed postmaster at Lenoir City, by President James Madison and held post until death. Member Baptist Church. Died in Roane County Dec. 14, 1852; buried in family graveyard, Lenoir City. Father of Isaac Thomas LENOIR, sometime member of Tenn. General Assembly.


Sources: Lenoir, History of Sweetwater Valley, 182-98, 370-71; Wells, History of Roane County, 235; Hickerson, Happy Valley, 165, 161; Loudon County Tombstone Records, 100; University of Tennessee Record, I (1898), pp. 100, 248.


From: Biographical Directory, Tennessee General Assembly, 1796-1969, Tennessee State Library and Archives.



[420466]
Fort Defiance, Caldwell Co., NC


                                              _Isaac LENOIR "the Immigrant"_
                                             | (1670 - 1723) m 1695         
                        _Thomas LENOIR Sr.___|
                       | (1700 - 1765) m 1730|
                       |                     |_Ann OLDFIELD? _______________
                       |                       (1670 - ....) m 1695         
 _William LENOIR ______|
| (1751 - 1839) m 1771 |
|                      |                      _Robert J. CRAWLEY Jr.________+
|                      |                     | (1681 - 1761)                
|                      |_Mourning CRAWLEY ___|
|                        (1709 - 1800) m 1730|
|                                            |_Ann TIMSON __________________
|                                              (1680 - ....)                
|
|--William Ballard LENOIR 
|  (1775 - 1852)
|                                             ______________________________
|                                            |                              
|                       _William BALLARD ____|
|                      | (1710 - 1774) m 1736|
|                      |                     |______________________________
|                      |                                                    
|_Ann "Nancy" BALLARD _|
  (1751 - 1833) m 1771 |
                       |                      ______________________________
                       |                     |                              
                       |_Elizabeth CLOPTON __|
                         (1715 - ....) m 1736|
                                             |______________________________
                                                                            

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William T MUSE Sr.

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I35628

  • RESIDENCE: NC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1286]

Family 1 : Mary BLOUNT
  1.  William T. MUSE Jr.

Notes


"Mary Blount (who married William T. Muse and left children, one of them, William T. Muse, an officer in the United States and Confederate States Navies)." [S1286]

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William Newt PARKS

17 Nov 1904 - ____

ID Number: I30261

  • RESIDENCE: New Albany, Union Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 17 Nov 1904, New Albany, Union Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1179] [S2977]

Family 1 : Beulah ALVIS
  1.  William Alvis PARKS
  2.  Herman Hall PARKS

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Rita Ann SANDIDGE


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