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Charles Dabney ALVIS I

1777 - 7 Oct 1861

ID Number: I9454

  • OCCUPATION: War Of 1812 VA 74th Regt (Truheart's)
  • RESIDENCE: Hanover Co. VA and Rogersville, Hawkins Co. TN
  • BIRTH: 1777, Hanover Co, VA
  • DEATH: 7 Oct 1861, Rogersville, Hw Co, TN
  • BURIAL: Winstead's Cem, Rogersville, Hw Co, TN
  • RESOURCES: See: Notes NOT PROVEN SON [S97] [S315] [S321]
Father: David ALVIS II
Mother: Mary CAUTHON


Family 1 : Rebecca ARNALL
  1. +Elias Henry ALVIS
  2. +Charles Dabney ALVIS II
  3. +William Anderson ALVIS
  4. +George W. ALVIS
  5. +John M. ALVIS
  6. +Mary Ann Susan ALVIS
  7. +Virginia Rebecca ALVIS
  8. +Joseph H. ALVIS
  9. +Thomas Jefferson ALVIS
  10.  Thaddaas Jackson ALVIS
Family 2 : Susan ARNALL

Notes


NOT PROVEN WHICH ONE OF THE ALVIS BROTHERS IS THE FATHER OF CHARLES DABNEY - (Possible John, brother of David, is the father).


Joined the 74th Reg't. Virginia Militia commanded by Capt. Jos. F. Price on 20th March 1813 at Hanover Co., Va. Later drafted for 6 mos. and was discharged at Norfolk, Va. on the 28th Dec. 1813 commanded by Capt. Wingfield of the 6th Reg't. Va. Militia. His father-in-law, Henry Arnall, Sr. was in same unit.


Census of 1810, Hanover Co., Va. Dabney Alvis 1 male + 45 (possibly Dabney's father) 1 male -45 Dabney Alvis 1 male -16 ? 3 males -10 Elias H., William A., Charles D., Jr. 1 female +45 (possibly Dabney's mother) 1 female -26 Rebecca Alvis.


Charles D. Alvis appears on a jury 29 Sept 1812 - Superior Court of Hanover Co.,VA. Hanover Co., Va. Personal Property Tax lists: 5 June 1802 Dabney Alvis - white male above 16 yrs old 10 Mar 1803 Dabney Alvis- white male above 16 yrs old- Tax .12 1805 Dabney Alvis- white male above 16 yrs old
1806 Charles D. Alvis-white male above 16 yrs old-1 horse-Tax .12
1807 Charles D. Alvis-white male above 16 yrs old-1 horse-Tax .12
1809 Charles D. Alvis-white male above 16 yrs old-2 horses-Tax .23
1810 Charles D. Alvice-white male above 16 yrs old-2 horses-Tax .24
1811 Charles D. Alvice-white male above 16 yrs old-3 horses-Tax .36
1812 Charles D. Alvice-white male above 16 yrs old- 2 horses-Tax .24
1813 Charles D. Alvice-white male above 16 yrs old -1 horse
1814 Dabney Alvis-white male above 16 yrs old- 1 horse - Tax .21
20 Mar 1815 Charles D. Alvice -white male above 16 yrs old- 1 horse This is the last record found in Virginia for Chas D. Alvis, Sr.


"Joseph Rogers papers found in St. Louis, Mo." originally from Hawkins Co. Inquire at Rogersville for a Charles D. Alvis and his circumstances at the request of Wm D. Taylor. Signed: Wm Goode 27 Nov 1825 This is the same person (Wm D. Taylor) mentioned in the will of Henry Arnall of Hanover Co. Va.


Hawkins Co., Tn. Entry Book A 1824-36, P. 84 #327: Charles D. Alvis locates and enters 50 A in Caney Valley on north side of Holston River beginning on north side of a track of land said Alvis line now running to join the lines of a track of land entered by William Shropshire lot to Henry and round for complement.


Entered 7th Sept 1824. Surveyed 16th Dec 1824. James P. McCarty-Surveyer
Entry Book A , p. 215 #847 Charles D. Alvis locates and enters 50 A of land in Hawkins Co. on the north side of Holston River on the waters of Cainey Creek beginning on Smith's line and to run to Mallory's line then on said Mallory's line to the said Alvis then to Jacob Wright's line and round for complement.


Entered 3rd May 1827: Entry Book A, p. 247 #985 Charles D. Alvis locates and enters 25 A of land lying in Hawkins Co. in Cainey Valley upon the waters of Cainey Creek beginning on said Alvis line running to Jacob Wright's line running with line to round for complement.


Entered 14th Sept 1828: Surveyed 1 day of Aug 1832 Entry Book A, p. 342 #1323 Charles D. Alvis locates and enters 35 A of land lying in Hawkins Co in Cana Valley on the north side of Holston River upon the waters of Cana Creek beginning on a popular on or near branch running westwardly to a white oak stump and to round various courses for complement so as to include the plantation where William Patterson now lives.


Entered 13th Mar 1833: Entry Book B #2070 Charles D. Alvis Sr locates and enters five hundred acres of land lying in Hawkins Co on the north side of Holston River in Caney Valley on the waters of Caney Creek . Beginning on a beech said Alvis's corner running to include eight acre entry made by Jacob Wright thence with Patterson's line to a white oak stump thence north twenty-five west to a white oak stump thence north sixty-three east with Smith's line to a red oak stump thence north three east to a poplar thence with the Clinch road to a birch buckeye & hickory said Alvis's corner thence west one hundred and two poles to a beech & two poplar thence south seventeen west eighty poles to a stake thence with Peter Cleppar's line to a black walnut thence south seventy degrees west one hundred and fifty poles to a stake thence south one hundred and six poles to the old salt lick road thence with the road one hundred and thirty poles with Jacob Klepper's line thence eighty poles to the beginning.


Entered the 14th Feb 1842 p. 145 # 2071: Charles D Alvis, Sr locates and enters twenty-five acres of land lying on the north side of Holston river on little Poor Valley between two fifty acre entrys of David Gillenwaters beginning on said Gillenwaters line running with said Gillenwaters line for complement.


Entered the 14th Feb 1842 Deed Book 21, p. 348-49: Joseph Gault to Charles D. Alvis, Sr. Rigistered May 25th 1853 at 9 A.M. This indenture made and entered into between Joseph Gault of the one part and Charles D. Alvis Sr. of the other part will verify that about the year of 1840 I, Joseph Gault did bargan and sell and convey unto Jacob Fry a tract of land containing fifty acres which conveyance he says is either lost or mislade therefore the sd Fry and John Harlin the purchaser from of sd Fry requested that I now convey unto Charles D. Alvis Sr. the purchaser of sd tract of land from sd Harlin therefore I do this day deed and convey the above named tract of land containing fifty acres lying on Little Poor Valley Creek above the Sulphur Springs adjoining an entry made by J. H. Smith-Beginning at a Beech and Poplar at the foot of Stone Mountain on Smith line near his spruce pine corner then up sd creek along the foot of the mountain North fifty two east ninety two poles to a spruce pine and maple near the bank of the sd creek thence North forty west ninety poles to a stake at the foot of the pine mountain thence along the same south fifty two west ninety two poles to a stake then South forty east ninety poles to the beginning. I do therefore warrent and defend from all other claims unto the sd Charles D. Alvis, his heirs and assigns forever the above described tract of land given under my hand and seal this fourteenth day of March 1853.
Joseph Gault


Test: Wm. A. Alvis Jos H. Alvis State of Tennessee : Hawkins County Personally appeared before me James H. Vance, Clerk of the County Court of said county the within named Joseph Gault with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged that he executed the within deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at Office the 25th day of May 1853. J. H. Vance: Clerk George R Powel & others to Charles D Alvis Registered the 19th Jan 1858 at 2 p.m. this indenture made and entered into this 26 th day of Dec in the year 1856 between George R Powel of the one part and Charles D Alvis of the other part both of Hawkins Co Tennessee witnesseth that whereas heretofore Moses Johnson purchased of George Hale a tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Hawkins south of Clinch Mountain on the road leading from Rogersville to Little War Gap in Clinch Mt. and which adjoins the lands of the said Alvis, Wm Klepper & Russell Coatney and which is the same lands on which said Moses Johnson now lives & contains by estimation four acres more or less and whereas for certain purposes said Hale by agreement of said Moses Johnson executed to said Powell title to said tract of land and the said Johnson having paid said Powel what is due him and also having paid other debts which were owing by said Johnson and for the payment of which Powel held said land and the said Johnson having sold said tract of land to David Mallory for the sum of two hundred & twenty dollars & no cents and the said Mallory having sold the same to Charles D. Alvis and the said Johnson & Mallory having both by signing the indenture agree that said Powel shall convey said lands to said Alvis as aforesaid. Now therefore in consideration of the promises & the sum of money paid by Mallory to Johnson and alsothe sum of money paid by Alvis to Mallory the said George R. Powel hath & by those present doth bargin sell convey and confirm unto the said Charles D Alvis his heirs and assign forever the tract of land above described with the appertenances to have & to hold said tract of land as above described with all and singular hereditaments and appertenances thereunto belonging or appertaining and the said George R. Powel doth covenant to and with the said Charles D Alvis that he will warrant and forever defend the title of said tract of land against the claim of all persons claiming under through or by him. Witness my hand and seal this day & year first above written. Test : George R. Powel Robt C. Crawford
Signed: David (X) Mallory Moses (X) Johnson John F. Shanks Michael (X) Klepper
I will warrant & defend the title of said tract of land of four acres more or less to said Charles D. Alvis his heirs & assignee forever against the claim of all persons. Witness my hand & seal this 26th Dec 1856 Test Robt C. Crawford Geo R. Powel
Signed: Moses (X) Johnson.


WILL OF CHARLES D. ALVIS, SR. Will Book 1, p. 26 26 March 1861
I, Charles D. Alvis, Senior of Hawkins County, State of Tennessee, being in good health and in my right mind do make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revolking and making void all other wills by me at any time made. 1st. I bequest my soul to God who gave it. 2nd. I direct that my funeral expenses and all my debts be paid as soon after my death as possible out of any money that I may die possessed of or may first come into the hands of my Executor. 3rd- do will and desire that my well beloved wife, Susannah Alvis, have the use of my mansion house and a comfortable support often the proceeds of my farm, also William Henry, a yellow boy slave twenty-five years of age, also Sam, a black boy slave twenty-two years of age, also Sharlot, a black girl slave twenty-one years of age during her natural life or widowhood if she remain in the state. I will and desire that my slaves that I have willed to my well beloved wife be set free at her death or leaving the state or marriage.Fourth, I do will and bequeath to my son, Charles D. Alvis, Jr., my mansion house and ten acres of land running around so as to square ten acres. Fifth- It is my will and desire that the balance of my land and property be equally divided between my three children, Charles D. Alvis, Jr., Mary Ann Susan Klepper and Joseph H. Alvis and their children after their deaths. Sixth- I do will and bequeath to my son Elias H. Alvis, fifty cents, to my son William A. Alvis fifty cents, to my son George W. Alvis fifty cents, to my son Thaddaas J. Alvis fifty cents, to my daughter Virginia Rebecca Johnson fifty cents, to my son John M. Alvis' heirs fifty cents. Seventh- I do will and bequeath to my well beloved wife in addition to the third item of this will all of my household and kitchen furniture and necessary property for farming consisting of one horse and set of farming tools, one yoke of oxen, two cows and calves. Pork sufficient to meat her one year or hogs to make it. Two sows and pigs or shoats. Fifty barrels of corn and twenty bushels of wheat and twenty bushels of oats, and also my wife, Susanna Alvis, is to have my three slaves above named during her natural life or widowhood or stay in the state after her death the above said slaves and the increase of Sharlot is to be set free during life. Eighth- I reserve a square at the graveyard for a burring ground forever. Lastly- I do hereby nominate and appoint Charles D. Alvis, Junior, my executor. In witness whereof I do to this my last will set my hand and seal this 22nd day of March 1861.
Charles D. Alvis, Senior


Signed and published in my presence and we have subscribed our names hereto in the presence of Testation this the 22nd day of March 1861. Test. Barney M. Klepper I appoint Charles D. Alvis, Junior to attend to my beloved wife and to manage for my slaves as laid down in this will.
Minute Book 1, p. 496 7 Oct 1861 Ordered by the court that William Klepper, Powel Robinson and William Green be appointed to pay off a years support to the widow of Charles D. Alvis dec'd and report to the court.
p. 495 7 Oct 1861 It appears to the court that Charles D. Alvis, Sr. has died having a written will which has not been probated having considered informed. It is ordered by the court that Charles D. Alvis, Jr. be appointed administrator of the estate of said dec'd and the said Charles D. Alvis appeared in open court and gave bond with securities approved by the court and was qualified in due form of Law, Titles of Administrator will be issued accordingly.
p. 526 3 Feb 1862 Exhibited in open court the last will and Testament of Charles D. Alvis, Sr. dec'd which was proved by the oath of Barney Klepper the subscribing witness who being duly sworn according to law appears and says that he heard the Testator acknowledge the same to be his last will and Testament and that he believed him to be of sound and disposing mind and memory at the time of acknowledging the same. It is therefore ordered that said will be recorded and filed.


Minute Book 2, p. 293, 5 Aug 1867 It appearing to the court that Susan Alvis has died leaving no written will. It is therefore ordered by the court that Joseph H. Alvis be and he is hereby appointed Administrator of said estate. Where upon the said Joseph H. Alvis appeared in open court, gave bond and security approved by the court, was qualified in due form of law and letters of Administration was issued accordingly.


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Civil District 10: Beginning at the mouth of Big Creek and running down the river to the mouth of Crocketts Creek thence up said creek to the mouth of the land that divides the lands of Lazarus Lawson and James McClure then along said land to the stage road crossing the same and with the dividing line of said Lawson and McClure to the top of Caney Creek Knobs then a straight line to the mouth of the land that divides the land of Daniel Lipe and Thomas Ingram then through said land crossing Caney Creek and following the road and crossing the house where Orville formerly lived leaving said house to the east and following the path that leads from Orville's to Wax's plantation on Stock Creek where Henry Blevins formerly lived thence along path to the Flag Pond until it intersects a path Orville Rice said Robert D. Young opened to go to the Suplhur Spring, thence along said path to the road that goes from Rogersville to the Sulphur Spring, thence with said road crossing the stone mountain to the Sulphur Spring on little poor valley creek, down said creek to the saltworks gap in Pine mountain, through the gap to Powell's saltworks thence with road to top of Clinch mountain at lick gap thence with the top of the mountain east to the corner of District No. 9 to little war gap road east of Spencer Acuff's house thence with road and line of District 9 crossing through Molsby's gap to the Stanley Valley road and with said road to John Carmack's Spring Branch then down branch to Big Creek.


Election to be held in Rogersville.
Clinton ARMSTRONG; Clinton ARMSTRONG; William A. ALVIS; John (Big) ARMSTRONG; John ALVIS; Thomas L. ALVIS; Samuel ARMSTRONG; Widow ARMSTRONG; guardian of Widow ARMSTRONG; Haynes AMIS; Charles ANDERSON; Charles D. ALVIS; Rachel ARMSTRONG; Spencer ACUFF; Wm M. ALEXANDER; Joel ACUFF; Joseph BESHER; Samuel BROWN; Charles BESS; John BROWN; James BRADLEY; Martin BOAL; Elisha BROWN; Wm C. BROWN; George C. BRADLEY;John BEAL SR; John BURNS; George BEAL; Jacob BEAL; Abram BLEVINS; John D. BLEVINS; Christopher BENCH; William BURNS; Morgan BRYANT; David BIGGS; James BROOKS; George (son of John) BEAL; Reuben BRIANT; Michael BAUGH; William CARMACK; Edward COBB; John CARMACK; Robert C. CRAWFORD; Epps CARMACK; James Y.CRAWFORD; Carwell CRAWLEY; Robert CORDEN (sic); Daniel CARMICHAEL; Charles A. COFFIN; Daniel COFFIN; John COATNEY; Joel COATNEY; James CARMACK; COFFIN & McKINNEY; Russell COATNEY; heirs of James CARDEN (sic); John A. CANSON; Wm E. COCKE; Nancy DALZELL; F.S. DEWOLF; John DAWSON; F.B. EVANS; Daniel FLORA; Richard G. FAIN; Nicholas FAIN; ____FLETCHER; Jacob FLORA; heirs of Jacob FLORA; P. R. FARRIS; John B. FINDLEY; Elijah FAULKNER; Jacob FRY; Wiat (sic) FARRIS; Martha FARRIS; Joel
GILLENWATERS; William GARDNER; John GILLENWATERS; Thomas GILLENWATERS; Jacob B. GROVES; John GROVES SR; John GROVES JR; Andrew GOULDY; William GALBREATH; Archabald GREEN; Daniel GREEN; David GILLENWATERS; Pleasant GILLENWATERS; heirs of Joel GILLENWATERS; Joel GILLENWATERS; Henry HAMBLIN; John HAGAN; Thomas A. HAGAN; heirs of James HAGAN; George HALE; Elizabeth HUNTER; Peter HART; Richard HUMPHRIES; Philip J. HALE; Joseph HICKS; John HARLEN; Joseph HUFFMASTER; Robert & Noll JACKSON; George JOHNSON; James JOHNSON; Mary JOHNSON; Joseph (son of Mary) JOHNSON; Jas (son of George) JOHNSON; Thomas JOHNSON; Robert H. JACKSON; Abner JOHNSON; Isaac JOHNSON; Samuel JONES; Edward JTSON (sic); Absolem KYLE; heirs of Wm KING; Rodham KENNER; Charles KING; Markham KINNER (sic); Jacob KLEPPER; Wm C. KYLE; John H. KESHNER; Robert KING; Malinda KINNER "error in giving in"; William KLINE; Joseph LACKEY; G.& L.A. Rogers McCROW; Willie . MITCHELL; Willie B. MITCHELL; Richard H. MITCHELL; Richard H. MITCHELL; John A. McKINNEY; John A. McKINNEY; Wm MOUNTCASTLE; James McCLURE; George M. MERRYMOON; Oliver C. MILLER; Martin MURPHY; Robert MALLORY JR; S. D. & Willie B. MITCHELL; John C. McLIMORE; David MARSH; Wm MALSBEE JR; David MALSBEE; S. D. MITCHELL; James MURRELL; Eliza McCULOUGH; James K. NEILL; NEILL & SIMPSON; Edward NUGENT; Haynes NUGENT; Jacob NUGENT; Robertson OWENS; heirs of Levi PANTER; Joseph
PANTER; John PANTER; heirs of Joseph PARKS; Samuel POWEL; Thomas POWEL; George R. POWEL; James POINDEXTER; John PILANT; David PATTERSON; Wm PATTERSON; Thomas PHIPPS; Samuel PETTYBONE; Riley PORTON; John M. REECE; Wiet (sic) M. REECE; Allen RUSSELL; Charles M. RENEAU; Joseph RUSSELL; John A. ROGERS; Thomas ROGERS & heirs; Moses RICE; Hiram SAMPULL; heirs of John H. SMITH; Joseph SEAVERS; James S. SIMMONS; James G. SIMMONS; Richard SMITH; John STOKELEY JR; John STOKELEY, Esq.; George C. SPECK; David SENEABOUGH; David SENEABOUGH; Pleasant STARNES; Wm SINGLETON; George STOKELEY; Andrew SPIERS; James SCHROPSHER (sic); SPITRON/SPITSOR; G. W.THOMPSON; William THARP; John WHEELER; Wm O. WINSTON; John G. WINSTON JR; Jacob WON; Aaron WILLIAMS; James WOODS; John WEST; S. D. WINTERBOWER; John WILSON; Reverend George WHITE; Wm A. WALKER; Hugh WALKER; Joseph WRIGHT; George WHEELER; John WILLIAMS; George WILLHELM; Montgomery WOODS; Stephen WEAR. [S321]


                                                                                      _George ALVIS (ALVES) _+
                                                                                     | (1656 - 1734)         
                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I________________________________________|
                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739                                         |
                      |                                                              |_Mary CRENSHAW? _______+
                      |                                                                (1700 - 1732)         
 _David ALVIS II______|
| (1748 - 1814) m 1768|
|                     |                                                               _Thomas STANLEY III____+
|                     |                                                              | (1689 - 1754) m 1715  
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? __________________________________________|
|                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739                                         |
|                                                                                    |_Elizabeth MADDOX _____
|                                                                                      (1693 - 1724) m 1715  
|
|--Charles Dabney ALVIS I
|  (1777 - 1861)
|                                                                                     _______________________
|                                                                                    |                       
|                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) CAUTHORN (CAWTHON) of Hanover & Fluvanna VA_|
|                     |                                                              |
|                     |                                                              |_______________________
|                     |                                                                                      
|_Mary CAUTHON _______|
  (1750 - 1784) m 1768|
                      |                                                               _______________________
                      |                                                              |                       
                      |______________________________________________________________|
                                                                                     |
                                                                                     |_______________________
                                                                                                             

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[S97]

[S315]

[S321]

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Anna BEASLEY

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I16748

  • RESIDENCE: Williamson Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S506] [S2767]

Family 1 : Joseph Bolling BURNETT
  1. +William Wiltshire "Buck" BURNETT C.S.A.

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[S2767]

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Catherine BOOTH

1778 - 1841

ID Number: I64727

  • RESIDENCE: King and Queen, VA
  • BIRTH: 1778, King and Queen, Virginia
  • DEATH: 1841
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:PGZ9-M6)
Father: George BOOTH
Mother: Mary TALIAFERRO of Hockley


Family 1 : James Baytop TALIAFERRO
  1. +Matilda Anne TALIAFERRO
  2.  Mary Frances TALIAFERRO

Notes


Lds dates.

                                                    _Thomas BOOTH "the immigrant"_+
                                                   | (1663 - 1736)                
                              _Thomas BOOTH _______|
                             | (1697 - 1756)       |
                             |                     |_Mary COOKE __________________+
                             |                       (1680 - 1723)                
 _George BOOTH ______________|
| (1745 - 1786) m 1761       |
|                            |                      _Thomas BUCKNER Sr.___________+
|                            |                     | (1670 - 1744) m 1692         
|                            |_Ann BUCKNER ________|
|                              (1698 - ....)       |
|                                                  |_Sarah MORGAN ________________+
|                                                    (1672 - ....) m 1692         
|
|--Catherine BOOTH 
|  (1778 - 1841)
|                                                   _William TALIAFERRO __________+
|                                                  | (1705 - ....)                
|                             _William TALIAFERRO _|
|                            | (1715 - 1778) m 1739|
|                            |                     |_Katherine HAY _______________
|                            |                       (1706 - ....)                
|_Mary TALIAFERRO of Hockley_|
  (1747 - ....) m 1761       |
                             |                      ______________________________
                             |                     |                              
                             |_Elizabeth HOLDEN ___|
                               (1719 - ....) m 1739|
                                                   |______________________________
                                                                                  

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Anita DEARMOND

1888 - ____

ID Number: I55444

  • RESIDENCE: of E. Feliciana Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 1888
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1627]
Father: Henry (d'Armond) DEARMOND
Mother: Sarah Jane DIXON



                                                              __________________________________
                                                             |                                  
                              _______________________________|
                             |                               |
                             |                               |__________________________________
                             |                                                                  
 _Henry (d'Armond) DEARMOND _|
| (1837 - 1920) m 1865       |
|                            |                                __________________________________
|                            |                               |                                  
|                            |_______________________________|
|                                                            |
|                                                            |__________________________________
|                                                                                               
|
|--Anita DEARMOND 
|  (1888 - ....)
|                                                             _William George DIXON ____________+
|                                                            | (1783 - 1840) m 1811             
|                             _Benjamin Franklin DIXON ______|
|                            | (1821 - 1869) m 1841          |
|                            |                               |_Nancy Ann SANDERS _______________+
|                            |                                 (1793 - 1851) m 1811             
|_Sarah Jane DIXON __________|
  (1845 - 1893) m 1865       |
                             |                                _Ezekiel NORWOOD Sr.______________+
                             |                               | (1796 - 1834) m 1818             
                             |_Jane Elvira Silliman NORWOOD _|
                               (1825 - 1854) m 1841          |
                                                             |_Elizabeth Margaret WITHERINGTON _+
                                                               (1797 - 1865) m 1818             

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Ann DUPUY

ABT 1720 - ____

ID Number: I39523

  • RESIDENCE: Henrico Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1720
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1433] [S1438]
Father: John DUPUY


Family 1 : William JACKSON
  1.  Edith Eday JACKSON
  2. +Sarah Ann JACKSON

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 _John DUPUY _________|
| (1700 - ....)       |
|                     |   __
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|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Ann DUPUY 
|  (1720 - ....)
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|                     |  |
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|_____________________|
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Ferdinand L. FINKLEA

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I11381

Father: Gadi FINKLEA Jr.
Mother: Eula E. ENGLISH


Notes


jfinklea@attbi.com has a contact for the grandson of Ferdinand Finklea.

                                             ____________________________
                                            |                            
                       _Gadi FINKLEA Sr.____|
                      | (1809 - 1894)       |
                      |                     |____________________________
                      |                                                  
 _Gadi FINKLEA Jr.____|
| (1848 - 1930) m 1877|
|                     |                      _David Thompson MCCANTS Sr._+
|                     |                     | (1805 - 1880) m 1825       
|                     |_Sarah Ann MCCANTS __|
|                       (1828 - ....)       |
|                                           |_Mary Ann HENRY ____________+
|                                             (1805 - ....) m 1825       
|
|--Ferdinand L. FINKLEA 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                            ____________________________
|                                           |                            
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |____________________________
|                     |                                                  
|_Eula E. ENGLISH ____|
  (1850 - ....) m 1877|
                      |                      ____________________________
                      |                     |                            
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |____________________________
                                                                         

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[S2348]

[S2504]


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Debbie FONTAINE


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Benjamin Winn FORTSON

8 Aug 1808 - ____

ID Number: I87502

  • RESIDENCE: Elbert Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 8 Aug 1808, Georgia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1978]
Father: Richard FORTSON
Mother: Lucy Tate ARNOLD


Notes


vii. Benjamin Winn Fortson was born 8 AUG 1808.


Elbert County, GA Deed Book W, page 105
30 Aug 1833: Thompson S. Glenn to James B. Adams, both of Elbert Co, 2 promissory notes, $150 due 25 Dec next and $216 due 25 Dec 1834 with interest. Security is a negro woman dark complected about 26 yrs old named Sharlotte.
Signed: Thompson S. Glenn. Witness: Benjamin W. Fortson.







                                             _Thomas FORTSON Sr.__+
                                            | (1715 - 1742) m 1739
                       _Thomas FORTSON Jr.__|
                      | (1742 - 1824) m 1762|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth WINN _____+
                      |                       (1717 - 1800) m 1739
 _Richard FORTSON ____|
| (1778 - 1836) m 1799|
|                     |                      _Benjamin WINN Sr.___+
|                     |                     | (1700 - 1779) m 1725
|                     |_Rachel WINN ________|
|                       (1744 - ....) m 1762|
|                                           |_Ann TAVERNER _______+
|                                             (1700 - ....) m 1725
|
|--Benjamin Winn FORTSON 
|  (1808 - ....)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _William ARNOLD Jr.__|
|                     | (1750 - ....)       |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Lucy Tate ARNOLD ___|
  (1778 - 1847) m 1799|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Susannah TATE ______|
                        (1750 - ....)       |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

Sources

[S1978]


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Delphia (Adelphia) LEA

1748 - 13 Jan 1818

ID Number: I80648

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA and NC and Wilkes Co. GA
  • BIRTH: 1748, St George's Parish, Orange Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 13 Jan 1818, Wilkes Co. Georgia [406879]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3055] [S3311]
Father: James LEA
Mother: Ann HERNDON


Family 1 : Joseph HENDERSON
  1. +Isabella Graves HENDERSON

Notes


Isabella Delphia (Adelphia) Orphelia Philadelphia LEA. There seems to be much discussion regarding this name. I have tired to cover all the bases. She is most certainly known by at least one of these names and can be identified as such.


A. E. Casey's Amite County Mississippi, Vol III, p. 564, which lists Lucinda, Adelphia and Isabella (she's on page 562) as daughters of James Lea and Anne Herndon, as well as the other children.



[406879]
or 13 Jan 1813


                                                     _William LEA\LEIGH III___________+
                                                    | (1649 - 1705) m 1675            
                       _William LEA\LEIGH IV________|
                      | (1682 - 1784) m 1703        |
                      |                             |_Mary GREEN _____________________+
                      |                               (1654 - 1705) m 1675            
 _James LEA __________|
| (.... - 1792) m 1725|
|                     |                              _George MAJOR II_________________+
|                     |                             | (1658 - 1684) m 1682            
|                     |_Frances MAJOR ______________|
|                       (1684 - 1784) m 1703        |
|                                                   |_Ann CAMPBELL ___________________
|                                                     (1652 - ....) m 1682            
|
|--Delphia (Adelphia) LEA 
|  (1748 - 1818)
|                                                    _William HERNDON "the Immigrant"_+
|                                                   | (1649 - 1722) m 1677            
|                      _Edward HERNDON I____________|
|                     | (1678 - 1758) m 1698        |
|                     |                             |_Catherine DIGGES _______________+
|                     |                               (1654 - 1727) m 1677            
|_Ann HERNDON ________|
  (1704 - 1777) m 1725|
                      |                              _John WALLER I___________________+
                      |                             | (1645 - 1723) m 1669            
                      |_Mary WALLER "the Immigrant"_|
                        (1674 - 1721) m 1698        |
                                                    |_Mary KEY _______________________+
                                                      (1648 - 1735) m 1669            

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