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Ann Minerva BRYANT

ABT 1797 - 17 Oct 1833

ID Number: I370

Father: William Guerrant BRYANT
Mother: Mary HARRIS


Family 1 : Caleb HIGGINBOTHAM
  1. +Mary HIGGINBOTHAM
  2. +Sarah Jane HIGGINBOTHAM
  3. +William Guerrant HIGGINBOTHAM
  4.  Martha Ann HIGGINBOTHAM
  5.  Henrietta Clarissa HIGGINBOTHAM
  6.  Mariah Louise HIGGINBOTHAM
  7. +Lenora HIGGINBOTHAM
Family 2 : John H. SCOTT

Notes


After the death of her husband, Caleb, which was a great scandal, she may have felt it was in the best interests of her children for her to leave. She soon married John H. Scott and moved to Marion Co. Indiana. We do not know what contact was maintained between her and the children. She died in Marion Co. (Ripley?), IN. Land record of William G. Bryant, her father, shows he deeded his house to her and he also, appears in the petition to admin her estate that was entered by John H. Scott in 1833, who was appointed admin in 1835.


Circuit Court of Marion Co. Indiana; May Term 1835 proceedings concerning the estate of Anna M. Scott, daughter of William G. Bryant.
Set forth in 1833 husband of the deceased, John H. Scott, petitioned that letters of administration on her estate be granted to him; "and now here comes William G. Bryant, father of said Ann M. Scott and personally relinquishes here now his claim to administration on the estate of his daughter, the said Ann M. Scott in favour of Robert Hanna of said County." John Scott was appointed administrator.


Three versions of Caleb's murder:
McCants Wall & Related Families:
had a servant do the deed; another is that she and Caleb were wrestling for a penknife and she accidentally killed him. She was found not guilty.


Mabel Marie LaBiche, Author of "Higginbotham descendants of Benjamin and Elizabeth Graves", pub. Nov 1996.


"Caleb's father, Francis Higginbotham died on 9 Dec 1828 leaving a considerable estate of which Caleb was appointed administrator. A few months later, in the spring of 1829, Caleb was allegedly murdered by his wife Ann Minerva. She was indicted and tried for his murder but was acquitted by a court of law. However, Ann Minerva was ostracized by both relatives and neighbors who viewed her acquittal as a gross miscarriage of justice, perhaps with good reason.


NOTE: The following, reprinted from MISTRESS OF EVERGREEN PLANTATION: RACHEL O'CONNOR'S LEGACY OF LETTERS, 1823-1845, edited by Allie Bayne Windham Webb. 1984. By permission of State University of New York Press. pg. 34.
"They have Mrs. Higginbotham in jail in Clinton, and the man who shot her husband likewise. The sheriff did not venture to carry her to jail as they generally do, fearing that she might be tempted to take the dose that she had threatened doing, if in case they came to take her to jail. He went to her house in a friendly manner and informed her that it was necessary for her to go to Clinton and lay in her claim to the property, or else she might not be allowed any part that belonged to her late husband, on which information; immediately started and went there where she was taken and confined."


pgs. 39 & 40. "Mrs. Higginbotham has stood her trial and come off clear, by some means not well understood by her neighbors, who are greatly displeased at her good luck. Some say it was owing to the Judge being a Frenchman, not properly acquainted with the English Language so as to understand the charge against her. Not a woman in Clinton would let her enter their doors. She was ordered from several where she expected to be received kindly. Mrs. Eadie's daughter, now Mrs. Airs, drove her from her doors, too, uncommonly spirited. The man that is accused of shooting Mr. Higginbotham was set at liberty, also, and immediately declared his determination was to kill another man before he died, who they concluded must be the Jailer and had him taken and sent to his old place of confinement again. How he will fare next is unknown."


"John and Amy Gatewood and their Descendants 1666-1986" by Carol J. Gothberg. Page 244.


"His wife, Ann Minerva Bryant was charged with murder of her husband, Caleb, tried and acquitted. It was found a slave killed him. She married 2) John Scott, and was the daughter of William G. Bryant, a REV WAR soldier of VA. This story was verified by Dorothy Rutherford in Frankfort, KY".


After the death of Caleb Higginbotham, Ann removed to Marion Co, IN . She later returned to East Feliciana and married John H Scott. She and her new husband then returned to Indiana where she died.


The Etymology of Names: Briefly discusses the meaning and evolution of common first names http://www.pacificcoast.net/~muck/etym.html
MINERVA (f) Meaning unknown (Latin). The Roman goddess of wisdom, approximately equivalent to the Greek goddess Athena.
ANN (f) English form of HANNAH or short form of ANNABEL
ANNE (f) French form of HANNAH
HANNAH (f) "favor" or "grace" (Hebrew). The mother of Samuel the prophet in the Old Testament. This is the origin of the name ANNA.
ANNA (f) Latin form of HANNAH [S11] [S11] [S453] [S125] [S125] [S1697]

[4720]
or d. 1 Aug 1834


                                                                         _Jacques (James) BRYANT (BRIAND\BRIANT) Sr._+
                                                                        | (1709 - ....) m 1732                       
                            _James BRYANT Jr.___________________________|
                           | (1739 - ....) m 1758                       |
                           |                                            |_Elizabeth LEFEVRE _________________________+
                           |                                              (1712 - 1744) m 1732                       
 _William Guerrant BRYANT _|
| (1765 - 1840) m 1780     |
|                          |                                             _Pierre "Peter" GUERRANT (GUERIN) Sr._______+
|                          |                                            | (1697 - 1750) m 1732                       
|                          |_Madalene Jane GUERRANT ____________________|
|                            (1742 - ....) m 1758                       |
|                                                                       |_Magdalene TRABUE __________________________+
|                                                                         (1715 - 1787) m 1732                       
|
|--Ann Minerva BRYANT 
|  (1797 - 1833)
|                                                                        ____________________________________________
|                                                                       |                                            
|                           _(RESEARCH QUERY-VA) HARRIS of Old Virginia_|
|                          |                                            |
|                          |                                            |____________________________________________
|                          |                                                                                         
|_Mary HARRIS _____________|
  (1765 - 1797) m 1780     |
                           |                                             ____________________________________________
                           |                                            |                                            
                           |____________________________________________|
                                                                        |
                                                                        |____________________________________________
                                                                                                                     

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[S11]

[S125]

[S142]

[S453]

[S1697]

[S1720]

[S2835]

[S11]

[S11]

[S453]

[S125]

[S125]

[S1697]


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CLINE

____ - ____

ID Number: I85315

  • RESIDENCE: Randolph Co. AR
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1823]

Family 1 :
  1. +Lewis CLINE

Notes


Spouse: full blood Cherokee; Randolph Co. AR

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Sally GAINES

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I72711

  • RESIDENCE: Culpeper Co.VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1079]
Father: Richard Edmund GAINES
Mother: Elizabeth BROADDUS



                                                            _Richard GAINES I___________+
                                                           | (1686 - 1755) m 1704       
                          _James GAINES I__________________|
                         | (1719 - 1786) m 1731            |
                         |                                 |_Catherine Madison RAWLING _
                         |                                   (1680 - 1755) m 1704       
 _Richard Edmund GAINES _|
| (1743 - 1807)          |
|                        |                                  _Henry PENDLETON ___________+
|                        |                                 | (1683 - 1721) m 1701       
|                        |_Mary PENDLETON _________________|
|                          (1717 - 1803) m 1731            |
|                                                          |_Mary Bishop TAYLOR ________+
|                                                            (1688 - 1770) m 1701       
|
|--Sally GAINES 
|  (1780 - ....)
|                                                           ____________________________
|                                                          |                            
|                         _Edward BROADDUS "the Immigrant"_|
|                        | (1672 - 1749) m 1725            |
|                        |                                 |____________________________
|                        |                                                              
|_Elizabeth BROADDUS ____|
  (1745 - ....)          |
                         |                                  ____________________________
                         |                                 |                            
                         |_Mary SHIPLEY ___________________|
                           (1700 - ....) m 1725            |
                                                           |____________________________
                                                                                        

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Ann Hershey HAINES

ABT 1835 - ____

ID Number: I41252

  • RESIDENCE: MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1835
  • RESOURCES: See: [S747]
Father: William HAINES
Mother: Elizabeth Coleman PENDLETON


Family 1 : Lewis C. GAUNT

                                                      ________________________________________________
                                                     |                                                
                                _____________________|
                               |                     |
                               |                     |________________________________________________
                               |                                                                      
 _William HAINES ______________|
| (1797 - ....) m 1830         |
|                              |                      ________________________________________________
|                              |                     |                                                
|                              |_____________________|
|                                                    |
|                                                    |________________________________________________
|                                                                                                     
|
|--Ann Hershey HAINES 
|  (1835 - ....)
|                                                     _James PENDLETON Jr.____________________________+
|                                                    | (1745 - 1793) m 1763                           
|                               _Thomas PENDLETON ___|
|                              | (1773 - 1823) m 1794|
|                              |                     |_Catherine BOWIE _______________________________+
|                              |                       (1747 - 1795) m 1763                           
|_Elizabeth Coleman PENDLETON _|
  (1801 - ....) m 1830         |
                               |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) FARMER of Chesterfield Co. VA_
                               |                     |                                                
                               |_Jane FARMER ________|
                                 (1775 - 1845) m 1794|
                                                     |________________________________________________
                                                                                                      

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Charles Aubrey HARRISON

21 May 1909 - 20 Feb 1983

ID Number: I37336

  • RESIDENCE: Wheeler, TX & York, AZ
  • BIRTH: 21 May 1909, Wheeler, Wheeler, TX
  • DEATH: 20 Feb 1983, York, AZ
  • RESOURCES: See: [S926]
Father: Theodore E. HARRISON
Mother: Leona Jane ALKIRE


Family 1 : Lois Ruth HEISER

                                                  _Harvey HARRISON _________+
                                                 | (1806 - 1890) m 1824     
                         _Harvey White HARRISON _|
                        | (1835 - 1904) m 1860   |
                        |                        |_Zilpha BELL _____________+
                        |                          (1803 - 1889) m 1824     
 _Theodore E. HARRISON _|
| (1865 - 1949) m 1898  |
|                       |                         _(RESEARCH QUERY) CALVIN _
|                       |                        |                          
|                       |_Gilley Dorsey CALVIN __|
|                         (1833 - 1903) m 1860   |
|                                                |__________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Charles Aubrey HARRISON 
|  (1909 - 1983)
|                                                 __________________________
|                                                |                          
|                        _Isaac Newton ALKIRE ___|
|                       | (1848 - 1931)          |
|                       |                        |__________________________
|                       |                                                   
|_Leona Jane ALKIRE ____|
  (1879 - 1932) m 1898  |
                        |                         __________________________
                        |                        |                          
                        |_Mary Elizabeth NASH ___|
                          (1849 - 1899)          |
                                                 |__________________________
                                                                            

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L. JEFFERSON

ABT 1800 - ____

ID Number: I24732

  • RESIDENCE: KY or MO?
  • BIRTH: ABT 1800
  • RESOURCES: See: [S950]

Family 1 : Louisiana "Lou" MOSELEY

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Thomas JOHNSON

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I7267


Family 1 : Lelia A. MORGAN

Notes


SOURCES William Douglas

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[S1151]


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Gen. Roger JONES

1789 - 15 Jul 1852

ID Number: I87685

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: Adjutant General of the Army, Adjutant General of the US 1824-1852.
  • RESIDENCE: of Westmoreland Co. VA and Washington, DC
  • BIRTH: 1789, Westmoreland Co. Vrignia
  • DEATH: 15 Jul 1852, Washington, DC
  • BURIAL: Congressional Cemetery, Washington, DC
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio
Father: Catesby JONES
Mother: Letitia Corbin TURBERVILLE


Family 1 : Mary Anne Mason PAGE
  1.  Roger JONES
  2.  Catesby ap Roger JONES C.S.A.

Notes


U.S. Army, Adjutant General. Began his military career January 26, 1809, as a Lieutenant of Marines, which commission he held at the outbreak of the war of 1812 with Great Britain, when he was appointed a Captain of Artillery in the Army. Raised in 1825 to the confidential post of Adjutant General which he held until his death.


The National Intelligencer, July 17, 1852


General Orders, No. 28
Jones, Maj. General Roger
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, July 16, 1852
The following arrangement has been made for the funeral honors of the lamented Brevet Major General Roger Jones, Adjutant General of the Army.


Order of Procession:
Funeral Escort


Commander of the Escort and Staff


The Clergy of the District and Surgeon General of the Army


Pall Bearers H
Mayor Maury E Col. Abert
Gen. Weightman A Gen. Totten
Gen. Henderson R Com'e Shubrick
Com'e Ballard S Gen. Jesup
E
The Relatives of the deceased
The General-in-Chief of the Army and Staff
The General Staff of the Army
Officers of the Army
Officers of the Navy and Marine Corps
Officers of the Militia


The President of the United States (Fillmore)


Heads of Departments, should any of them be pleased to attend
Senators and Members of the House of Representatives should any of them be pleased to attend
Foreign Ministers and Suites, should any of them be pleased to attend
Clerks of the Adjutant General's Office
Societies and Fraternities that may join the Procession
Citizens and Strangers


The troops designated to form the escort, consisting of the volunteer companies of the District, will be commanded by the senior volunteer officer on duty, and they will assemble in front of the mansion of the deceased, at the corner of F and Tenth streets, at 4 1/2 o'clock p.m., on Saturday, the 17th day of July, from which the procession will move precisely at five o'clock.
The usual badge of mourning will be worn by Officers of the Army, on the left arm and on the hilt of the sword.


The senior Assistant Adjutant General on duty at the Headquarters of the Army is charged with the arrangements of the day.
By command of Major General Scott
L. Thomas
Assistant Adjutant General


MILITIA OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Division Order
The orders of the General-in-Chief of the Army of the United States, announcing the death of Major General Roger Jones, Adjutant General, speaks in well-deserved terms of the eminent merits of the deceased, both as a soldier and a man. Praise from so illustrious a commander, himself the favorite theme of praise with all, dispenses with any additional recommendation to the sympaties and respect of his fellow-citizens. But, if the high approval of a commander under whose eye the military services of the deceased were performed, and whose warm friendship he had shared for near forty years, needed any confirmation, it would be supplied by the personal testimony of the citizens and citizen soldiers of this District, among whom he has resided so many years as a universally respected and beloved fellow-citizen.


To correspond, therefore, with the order of arrangement of the General-in-Chief of the Army, the Generals of Brigade will give the necessary orders for assembling the Battalions and Corps of Volunteers belonging to their respective commands at the proper time to join in the funeral escort.
Walter Jones
Major General Commanding the Militia
Washington, July 16, 1852


Brigade Order
Brigade Headquarters
Washington, July 16, 1852
In conformity to orders from the Major General, the Colonel commanding the volunteers belonging to the Third Brigade will give the necessary orders for assembling the regiment preparatory to joining the funeral escort and rendering military honors to the memory of the late Brevet Major General Roger Jones, Adjutant General of the United States army.
R.C. Weightman
Brigadier General Commanding Third Brigade


Regimental Orders
Regimental Headquarters of Volunteers, M.D.C.
Washington, July 16, 1852
The Commanding Officers of Companies belonging to the volunteer regiment of the Third Brigade will issue the necessary orders for assembling their companies in funeral trim, at their respective company grounds, with at least three rounds of blank cartridge, in time to assemble at Battalion rendezvous in front of the City Hall at 3 o'clock p.m. on Saturday, (tomorrow) to join the funeral escort of Brevet Major General Roger Jones, late Adjutant General United States army.
By order of Colonel Hickey
James A. Tait, Adjutant


Mary and Roger had 12 children.
M i William Page JONES was born after 1812.
M ii Catesby Roger JONES was born after 1812.
F iii Letitia Corbin JONES was born after 1812.
M iv Dr. Eusebuis Lee JONES was born after 1812.
M v Meriwether JONES was born after 1812.
F vi Edronea Page JONES was born after 1812.
M vii Roger JONES was born after 1812.
M viii Walter Charles JONES was born after 1812.
M ix Captain Thomas Sheldon JONES was born after 1812.
F x Virginia Byrd JONES was born after 1812.
M xi Winfield Scott JONES was born after 1812.
F xii Mary (Clary) Anne JONES was born in 1820/1823.



Bio: "JONES, Roger, soldier, born in Westmoreland county, Virginia, in 1789; died in Washington, D. C., 15 July, 1852. He was appointed 2d lieutenant of marines on 29 January, 1809, and on 12 July, 1812, was transferred to the artillery, with the rank of captain. He received the brevet of major for services in the battles of Chippewa and Lundy's Lane, and lieutenant-colonel for gallantry in the sortie from Fort Erie. On 10 August, 1818, he was appointed adjutant-general, with the rank of colonel, and on 17 September, 1824, was brevetted colonel. On 7 March, 1825, he was appointed adjutant-general of the army, which post he held till his death. He was brevetted brigadier-general in June, 1832, and major-general in May, 1848.--His brother, Thomas ap Catesby, naval officer, born in Virginia in 1789; died in Georgetown, D. C., 30 May, 1858, entered the navy on 22 November, 1805, and became lieutenant, 24 May, 1812, commander, 28 March, 1820, and cap-rain, 11 March, 1829. From 1808 till 1812 he was engaged in the Gulf of Mexico, where he was successful in suppressing piracy, smuggling, and the slave-trade. When the British naval expedition against New Orleans entered Lake Borgne in 1814, he endeavored to intercept forty British boats with his small flotilla. Although wounded and compelled to surrender, his conduct was much praised. He commanded the Pacific squadron in 1842, and took possession of Monterey on receiving the erroneous information that war existed between the United States and Mexico, for which he was temporarily suspended from the service."
Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright 2001 VirtualologyTM


"As a young officer my father's services in the War of 1812 were comspicuous and won for him a marked recognition at the time, and he was advanced to adjutant-general before he was 30. But it was as adjutant=general from 1825 to 1852 that he mad his mark, and left the impress of his strong character and independent nature upon the army, the effect of which is felt even to the present time (1888)...


For gallant conduct in the War of 1812 the State of Virginia presented him with a handsome sword. (Now in the possession of John Donald Frey, Rochester, N.Y.)


---Jones (1891), p. 73.


He molded the office of the Adjutant General into the central bureau of the War Department.


He is mentioned repeatedly in his son Catesby ap Roger Jones's Private Journal. The references include President Tyler on vacation with him to various hot springs in Virginia (now West Virginia).


A description of the presentation of swords on Feb. 22, 1841, to Thomas ap Catesby Jones and his brother Roger Jones, in "Southern literacy messenger; devoted to every department of literature and the fine arts" Vol. 7, Issue 4 entitled "Honors to the Brave"


Gen. Jones was buried at the Congressional Cemetery, July 15, 1852. President Fillmore was part of his funeral procession.


His son Roger Jones is described in Appleton's Encyclopedia.


For a description of "brevet" rank, see here. In Roger Jones case, I believe it may be that the few available slots of the rank he was brevetted to only went to officers in the field.


Fort Jones was named after him, in Siskiyou County, California. It only lasted 5 years from 1853-1858.


Gen. William T. Sherman's memoirs (Vol. 1, Ch. IV) indicate that Roger Jones's brother was a "militia general" and lead the escort to the funeral of President Zachary Taylor (July 1850). It was his second cousin Gen. Walker Jones who was Major General of the Militia of the District of Columbia.


In 1856, Congress voted to give relief to the widow of Roger Jones.


A portrait of Roger Jones is(was) on the halls of Northumberland Court House."




                                                         ___________________________________
                                                        |                                   
                               _Thomas JONES of Hanover_|
                              | (1680 - 1758) m 1725    |
                              |                         |___________________________________
                              |                                                             
 _Catesby JONES ______________|
|                             |
|                             |                          _William COCKE Jr. "the Immigrant"_+
|                             |                         | (1672 - 1720)                     
|                             |_Elizabeth COCKE ________|
|                               (1702 - ....) m 1725    |
|                                                       |_Anne CATESBY _____________________+
|                                                         (1670 - ....)                     
|
|--Roger JONES 
|  (1789 - 1852)
|                                                        ___________________________________
|                                                       |                                   
|                              _________________________|
|                             |                         |
|                             |                         |___________________________________
|                             |                                                             
|_Letitia Corbin TURBERVILLE _|
                              |
                              |                          ___________________________________
                              |                         |                                   
                              |_________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |___________________________________
                                                                                            

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George Monroe REESE Jr.

1811 - ABT 1890

ID Number: I46619

  • RESIDENCE: Maury Co. TN and Natchez, MS and by 1846 Polk and Karnes Co.TX
  • BIRTH: 1811, Maury Co. TN
  • DEATH: ABT 1890, probably Guadalupe Co. Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1687]
Father: George Monroe REESE Sr.
Mother: Mary POLK


Family 1 : Lucy Hendricks COLLINS
  1. +Mary Jane Victoria REESE

Notes


Children:
George Monroe III REESE
Nancy Indiana REESE + Hugh MCGUFFIN
Thomas J. C. REESE
Mary Jane Victoria REESE b: 9 Feb 1838 in Natchez, Mississippi


Reese, George TN MAURY CO. 20 1830
Reese, George TN MAURY CO. 1832
Reese, George M. TX POLK CO. 1846 TAX LIST
Reese, George M. TX KARNES CO. HELENA P.O. 003 1860



                                                     __
                                                    |  
                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) REESE _|
                          |                         |
                          |                         |__
                          |                            
 _George Monroe REESE Sr._|
| (1777 - ....)           |
|                         |                          __
|                         |                         |  
|                         |_________________________|
|                                                   |
|                                                   |__
|                                                      
|
|--George Monroe REESE Jr.
|  (1811 - 1890)
|                                                    __
|                                                   |  
|                          _________________________|
|                         |                         |
|                         |                         |__
|                         |                            
|_Mary POLK ______________|
  (1780 - ....)           |
                          |                          __
                          |                         |  
                          |_________________________|
                                                    |
                                                    |__
                                                       

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