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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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George Samuel HUMPHREYS

He was 6 in 1880.


Samuel H. HUFF

He was 11 months old in 1870 born in June.

He was 11 in 1880 living with his father in Jackson County, Tennessee.

COURT RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Spa to Answer; Issued 15 Oct 1892; Came to hand 20 Oct 1892 and executed as commanded by delivering a true copy of the within bill to Amanda Huff this Oct 25 1892. C. Bradford, Sheriff; Summons to Amanda Huff in Putnam County, Tennessee; She is to appear in Circuit Court of Jackson County, Tennessee on 1st Monday in Nov 1892, to make defense to complaints bill for Divorce. Issued July term 1892. Clay Reeves Clerk; Prosecution Bond; S. H. Huff, princ. with Cullum Huff Sec. $250 issued 13 Oct 1892. (this was usually done same day suit filed.) (Abstract) Sam states that he and Amanda were married 18 Sept 1889 and lived together til sometime about the last of June 1890 when the defendant without cause abandoned your orator (Sam). States he is a poor man, but he provided for her and gave her no cause for such abandonment. He states they have one child, the issue of their marriage, to wit: a little girl 2 years old the 26 day of June 1892. The care custody and control of said child is given up to the defendant. Nathan M. Cox, Sol for complaint, Sworn to on 10 Oct 1892. and signed S. H. Huff (on back) Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Divorce Filed 15 Oct 1892; Clay Reeves Clerk, Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Final Decree (Abstract) 11 Nov 1892; Amanda did not appear to contest divorce, Child custody given to her, Sam granted divorce. Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Judge Proconfesso Bill for Divorce No Date Prob. 11 Nov 1892 as in Final Decree.

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Subpoena for Cull Huff; Nancy E. Huff vs Sam Huff; To Testify on behalf of Plaintiff Nancy E. Huff against Sam Huff. Issued Nov. 13, 1896; Another subpoena Same as above to Buck Carter. State of Tenn; Jackson County; To the sheriff of said county; Greeting: whereas, Nancy E. Huff obtained a judgement in the Circuit Court of said County against Sam Huff, for the cost of the suit of Nancy E. Huff against Sam Huff for divorce, and the following property was ordered by the court to be sold to pay said cost together with the Solicitors fees of Dixon & Stafford and T. M. Gailbreadth, 1 bay mare 7 years old and the crop of corn now growing on the lands of Ed Brown two head of Hogs, about 500 feet of lumber and the house hold and kitchen furniture, Which property was attached in this case, Now therefore you are forthwith commanded to take said property in possession sell said property or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the cost and taxes of this suit and the attorney fees of Dixon & Stafford and T. M. Gailbreath. Herein fail not & make due return of this writ showing how you have executed the same. Witness: T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk of our said court at office in Gainesboro the first Monday in Nov 1896. (signed) T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk, Bill of Cost State & County Tax $5.00 Clerk Gailbreath, filing bill 25, afft to same 25, afft in leiu of bond 25, order of publication and notice 50, judgement for confessed 25, 3 dockets 30, judgt final 75, judgt for cost 25, order declaring lien 25, order for vendi expo. to issue 25, order of reference as to atty fees 25, issue 3 spas 30, issue vendi expo 75, bill of cost 50, =$6.10; D. S. J. R. Darwin Ex attach writ 1.00; Sheriff Maxwell Ex 3 Spas .75; Ed Press J. E. Gore, Nonresident notice 1.00; Total Cost & Taxes $16.85 Atty Fees $25.00; On the Back: Nancy E. Huff VS Sam Huff; Order of Sale Issued Dec. 3, 1896 T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk; Came to hand same day issued executed by T. C. Gailbreath assuming all the cost & fees in this case. This Dec. 9, 1896 M. D. Gore, Deputy Sheriff; Entered W. H. Haile

NOTES: I can not find him in 1900 or 1910 census records.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 50 in 1920 living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky. He is listed as single and living by himself and working as a farmer.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 55 in 1930 living in Dycusburg, Crittenden, Kentucky. He is listed as single and living by himself and working as a farm manager.

NOTES: Samuel was robbed and killed sometime between 1945/46 (It was actually in 1950), by Seven Springs Church in Livingston County, Kentucky according to Papaw (Ermon Fraley), he said he was real mean and pretty much stayed by himself. He always carried a lot of money around, said he didn't believe in banks. Papaw said another story he had heard about him was that he was married down in Tennessee and apparently his wife nagged him a lot. One day he told her to shut up are he would kill her. Apparently she did not shut up because as the story goes he set her up on top of a pot belly stove until she caught on fire. He then let go of her took his things and left the state. Apparently she lived to tell about it but he never went back to Tennessee. According to Uncle J. B. Loftis, he said that Betty Jean Yates set Sam up for the murder but it was never proved and she was never charged with anything. No one was ever charged for his murder.

VITAL RECORDS: Kentucky Vital Records on the internet. It said he was age 85 and died in Crittenden County, Kentucky Vol. #1, Cert. #00316, Death Vol. #50. If he was 85 he would have been born in 1865. (9 Nov 1999)

NOTES: Carlton Loftis said that Uncle Sam was buried right beside Aunt Lizzie and Uncle Bill Pogue. He said there use to be an old metal funeral home marker with his name on it for a long time. Up until at least the 1960's it was still there. Carlton said he heard different people say he did not need a regular marker cause he did not deserve one. My Mamaw (Daisy Loftis Fraley) said he was always real nice to her and the other kids and her Daddy thought a lot of him. Mamaw said Uncle Sam use to cook whole sweet potatoes and bake them in the cook stove and Mamaw said, they were the best tasting things she ever ate.


HUFF

She was 2 years old when her parents were divorced.


Samuel H. HUFF

He was 11 months old in 1870 born in June.

He was 11 in 1880 living with his father in Jackson County, Tennessee.

COURT RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Spa to Answer; Issued 15 Oct 1892; Came to hand 20 Oct 1892 and executed as commanded by delivering a true copy of the within bill to Amanda Huff this Oct 25 1892. C. Bradford, Sheriff; Summons to Amanda Huff in Putnam County, Tennessee; She is to appear in Circuit Court of Jackson County, Tennessee on 1st Monday in Nov 1892, to make defense to complaints bill for Divorce. Issued July term 1892. Clay Reeves Clerk; Prosecution Bond; S. H. Huff, princ. with Cullum Huff Sec. $250 issued 13 Oct 1892. (this was usually done same day suit filed.) (Abstract) Sam states that he and Amanda were married 18 Sept 1889 and lived together til sometime about the last of June 1890 when the defendant without cause abandoned your orator (Sam). States he is a poor man, but he provided for her and gave her no cause for such abandonment. He states they have one child, the issue of their marriage, to wit: a little girl 2 years old the 26 day of June 1892. The care custody and control of said child is given up to the defendant. Nathan M. Cox, Sol for complaint, Sworn to on 10 Oct 1892. and signed S. H. Huff (on back) Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Divorce Filed 15 Oct 1892; Clay Reeves Clerk, Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Final Decree (Abstract) 11 Nov 1892; Amanda did not appear to contest divorce, Child custody given to her, Sam granted divorce. Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Judge Proconfesso Bill for Divorce No Date Prob. 11 Nov 1892 as in Final Decree.

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Subpoena for Cull Huff; Nancy E. Huff vs Sam Huff; To Testify on behalf of Plaintiff Nancy E. Huff against Sam Huff. Issued Nov. 13, 1896; Another subpoena Same as above to Buck Carter. State of Tenn; Jackson County; To the sheriff of said county; Greeting: whereas, Nancy E. Huff obtained a judgement in the Circuit Court of said County against Sam Huff, for the cost of the suit of Nancy E. Huff against Sam Huff for divorce, and the following property was ordered by the court to be sold to pay said cost together with the Solicitors fees of Dixon & Stafford and T. M. Gailbreadth, 1 bay mare 7 years old and the crop of corn now growing on the lands of Ed Brown two head of Hogs, about 500 feet of lumber and the house hold and kitchen furniture, Which property was attached in this case, Now therefore you are forthwith commanded to take said property in possession sell said property or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the cost and taxes of this suit and the attorney fees of Dixon & Stafford and T. M. Gailbreath. Herein fail not & make due return of this writ showing how you have executed the same. Witness: T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk of our said court at office in Gainesboro the first Monday in Nov 1896. (signed) T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk, Bill of Cost State & County Tax $5.00 Clerk Gailbreath, filing bill 25, afft to same 25, afft in leiu of bond 25, order of publication and notice 50, judgement for confessed 25, 3 dockets 30, judgt final 75, judgt for cost 25, order declaring lien 25, order for vendi expo. to issue 25, order of reference as to atty fees 25, issue 3 spas 30, issue vendi expo 75, bill of cost 50, =$6.10; D. S. J. R. Darwin Ex attach writ 1.00; Sheriff Maxwell Ex 3 Spas .75; Ed Press J. E. Gore, Nonresident notice 1.00; Total Cost & Taxes $16.85 Atty Fees $25.00; On the Back: Nancy E. Huff VS Sam Huff; Order of Sale Issued Dec. 3, 1896 T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk; Came to hand same day issued executed by T. C. Gailbreath assuming all the cost & fees in this case. This Dec. 9, 1896 M. D. Gore, Deputy Sheriff; Entered W. H. Haile

NOTES: I can not find him in 1900 or 1910 census records.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 50 in 1920 living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky. He is listed as single and living by himself and working as a farmer.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 55 in 1930 living in Dycusburg, Crittenden, Kentucky. He is listed as single and living by himself and working as a farm manager.

NOTES: Samuel was robbed and killed sometime between 1945/46 (It was actually in 1950), by Seven Springs Church in Livingston County, Kentucky according to Papaw (Ermon Fraley), he said he was real mean and pretty much stayed by himself. He always carried a lot of money around, said he didn't believe in banks. Papaw said another story he had heard about him was that he was married down in Tennessee and apparently his wife nagged him a lot. One day he told her to shut up are he would kill her. Apparently she did not shut up because as the story goes he set her up on top of a pot belly stove until she caught on fire. He then let go of her took his things and left the state. Apparently she lived to tell about it but he never went back to Tennessee. According to Uncle J. B. Loftis, he said that Betty Jean Yates set Sam up for the murder but it was never proved and she was never charged with anything. No one was ever charged for his murder.

VITAL RECORDS: Kentucky Vital Records on the internet. It said he was age 85 and died in Crittenden County, Kentucky Vol. #1, Cert. #00316, Death Vol. #50. If he was 85 he would have been born in 1865. (9 Nov 1999)

NOTES: Carlton Loftis said that Uncle Sam was buried right beside Aunt Lizzie and Uncle Bill Pogue. He said there use to be an old metal funeral home marker with his name on it for a long time. Up until at least the 1960's it was still there. Carlton said he heard different people say he did not need a regular marker cause he did not deserve one. My Mamaw (Daisy Loftis Fraley) said he was always real nice to her and the other kids and her Daddy thought a lot of him. Mamaw said Uncle Sam use to cook whole sweet potatoes and bake them in the cook stove and Mamaw said, they were the best tasting things she ever ate.


Samuel H. HUFF

He was 11 months old in 1870 born in June.

He was 11 in 1880 living with his father in Jackson County, Tennessee.

COURT RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Spa to Answer; Issued 15 Oct 1892; Came to hand 20 Oct 1892 and executed as commanded by delivering a true copy of the within bill to Amanda Huff this Oct 25 1892. C. Bradford, Sheriff; Summons to Amanda Huff in Putnam County, Tennessee; She is to appear in Circuit Court of Jackson County, Tennessee on 1st Monday in Nov 1892, to make defense to complaints bill for Divorce. Issued July term 1892. Clay Reeves Clerk; Prosecution Bond; S. H. Huff, princ. with Cullum Huff Sec. $250 issued 13 Oct 1892. (this was usually done same day suit filed.) (Abstract) Sam states that he and Amanda were married 18 Sept 1889 and lived together til sometime about the last of June 1890 when the defendant without cause abandoned your orator (Sam). States he is a poor man, but he provided for her and gave her no cause for such abandonment. He states they have one child, the issue of their marriage, to wit: a little girl 2 years old the 26 day of June 1892. The care custody and control of said child is given up to the defendant. Nathan M. Cox, Sol for complaint, Sworn to on 10 Oct 1892. and signed S. H. Huff (on back) Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Divorce Filed 15 Oct 1892; Clay Reeves Clerk, Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Final Decree (Abstract) 11 Nov 1892; Amanda did not appear to contest divorce, Child custody given to her, Sam granted divorce. Sam H. Huff vs Amanda Huff; Judge Proconfesso Bill for Divorce No Date Prob. 11 Nov 1892 as in Final Decree.

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Subpoena for Cull Huff; Nancy E. Huff vs Sam Huff; To Testify on behalf of Plaintiff Nancy E. Huff against Sam Huff. Issued Nov. 13, 1896; Another subpoena Same as above to Buck Carter. State of Tenn; Jackson County; To the sheriff of said county; Greeting: whereas, Nancy E. Huff obtained a judgement in the Circuit Court of said County against Sam Huff, for the cost of the suit of Nancy E. Huff against Sam Huff for divorce, and the following property was ordered by the court to be sold to pay said cost together with the Solicitors fees of Dixon & Stafford and T. M. Gailbreadth, 1 bay mare 7 years old and the crop of corn now growing on the lands of Ed Brown two head of Hogs, about 500 feet of lumber and the house hold and kitchen furniture, Which property was attached in this case, Now therefore you are forthwith commanded to take said property in possession sell said property or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the cost and taxes of this suit and the attorney fees of Dixon & Stafford and T. M. Gailbreath. Herein fail not & make due return of this writ showing how you have executed the same. Witness: T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk of our said court at office in Gainesboro the first Monday in Nov 1896. (signed) T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk, Bill of Cost State & County Tax $5.00 Clerk Gailbreath, filing bill 25, afft to same 25, afft in leiu of bond 25, order of publication and notice 50, judgement for confessed 25, 3 dockets 30, judgt final 75, judgt for cost 25, order declaring lien 25, order for vendi expo. to issue 25, order of reference as to atty fees 25, issue 3 spas 30, issue vendi expo 75, bill of cost 50, =$6.10; D. S. J. R. Darwin Ex attach writ 1.00; Sheriff Maxwell Ex 3 Spas .75; Ed Press J. E. Gore, Nonresident notice 1.00; Total Cost & Taxes $16.85 Atty Fees $25.00; On the Back: Nancy E. Huff VS Sam Huff; Order of Sale Issued Dec. 3, 1896 T. C. Gailbreath, Clerk; Came to hand same day issued executed by T. C. Gailbreath assuming all the cost & fees in this case. This Dec. 9, 1896 M. D. Gore, Deputy Sheriff; Entered W. H. Haile

NOTES: I can not find him in 1900 or 1910 census records.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 50 in 1920 living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky. He is listed as single and living by himself and working as a farmer.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 55 in 1930 living in Dycusburg, Crittenden, Kentucky. He is listed as single and living by himself and working as a farm manager.

NOTES: Samuel was robbed and killed sometime between 1945/46 (It was actually in 1950), by Seven Springs Church in Livingston County, Kentucky according to Papaw (Ermon Fraley), he said he was real mean and pretty much stayed by himself. He always carried a lot of money around, said he didn't believe in banks. Papaw said another story he had heard about him was that he was married down in Tennessee and apparently his wife nagged him a lot. One day he told her to shut up are he would kill her. Apparently she did not shut up because as the story goes he set her up on top of a pot belly stove until she caught on fire. He then let go of her took his things and left the state. Apparently she lived to tell about it but he never went back to Tennessee. According to Uncle J. B. Loftis, he said that Betty Jean Yates set Sam up for the murder but it was never proved and she was never charged with anything. No one was ever charged for his murder.

VITAL RECORDS: Kentucky Vital Records on the internet. It said he was age 85 and died in Crittenden County, Kentucky Vol. #1, Cert. #00316, Death Vol. #50. If he was 85 he would have been born in 1865. (9 Nov 1999)

NOTES: Carlton Loftis said that Uncle Sam was buried right beside Aunt Lizzie and Uncle Bill Pogue. He said there use to be an old metal funeral home marker with his name on it for a long time. Up until at least the 1960's it was still there. Carlton said he heard different people say he did not need a regular marker cause he did not deserve one. My Mamaw (Daisy Loftis Fraley) said he was always real nice to her and the other kids and her Daddy thought a lot of him. Mamaw said Uncle Sam use to cook whole sweet potatoes and bake them in the cook stove and Mamaw said, they were the best tasting things she ever ate.


Nathan H. HUFF Jr.

He was 2 in 1870.

NOTES: He was 12 in 1880 living with the family of Nancy Kirkpatrick who was a widow age 63, on page #240, of the 1880 Jackson County, Tennessee census. I don't know why he was not with his father or mother.

CENSUS RECORDS: 4 June 1900 Dist #5, Jackson County, Tennessee page #129, family #27/27
HUFF, Nathan head, age 30, Nov 1867, md 10 yrs, farmer, TN TN TN
HUFF, Martha wife, age 27, May 1873, mother of 4 all living, TN TN TN
HUFF, Willie E. son, age 7, Dec 1893, attends school, TN TN TN
HUFF, Benton Mc son, age 5, Nov 1894, TN TN TN
HUFF, Henry son, age 3, Dec 1896, TN TN TN
HUFF, Annie dau, age 2, May 1898, TN TN TN
CARTER, Bob R. father-in-law, age 73, Mar 1827, widow, gardner, TN TN TN

CENSUS RECORDS: 10 May 1910 Dist #5, Jackson County, Tennessee page #65, family #27/27
Living on Granville & Cookesville Road.
HUFF, Nathan H. head, age 45, md 19 yrs, farmer, TN TN TN
HUFF, Martha wife, age 36, mother of 6 all living, TN TN TN
HUFF, Willie E. son, age 17, farm laborer, TN TN TN
HUFF, Benton son, age 16, farm laborer, TN TN TN
HUFF, Henry son, age 13, farm laborer, TN TN TN
HUFF, Annie E. dau, age 10, TN TN TN HUFF, Robert son, age 8, farm laborer, TN TN TN
HUFF, Charlie son, age 6, TN TN TN


Martha CARTER

She was 27 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 4 children and all 4 were still living.


Willie E. HUFF

He was 7 in 1900 and was attending school.


Benton McMillan HUFF

He was 5 in 1900.


Martha E. ELLIS

She was 4 in 1850.

She was 13 in 1860.


William J. HALL

He was in the 5 to 10 age bracket in 1840.

He was 16 in 1850.

CENSUS RECORDS: 15 Aug 1860 Bolton PO, Williamson, Illinois family #2394/2132, page #1109
HALL, W. J. age 26, male, farmer, $1000 & $850, GA
HALL, Mary age 20, female, TN

MILITARY RECORDS: Civil War, Union Army,
HALL, William J. -- 2nd Lieut, Company G, 120th Illinois United States Infantry, from Williamson County.
He was in the Union Army during the Civil War and was promoted from a Sergeant to a Second Lieut. 22 June 1862 and was dismissed from the service 20 Dec 1864.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Saline, Williamson, Illinois film #1254259, page #517
HALL, W. J. head, age 46, farmer, GA GA GA
HALL, Mary F. wife, age 40, keeps house, TN NC NC
HALL, Nancy E. dau, age 12, IL GA TN
DEATON, Jo other, age 26, servant, AL AL AL

CENSUS RECORDS: June 1900 Saline, Williamson, Illinois page #226, family #227/198
HALL, Gethers head, age 66, Aug 1833, md 45 yrs, farmer, GA GA GA
HALL, Mary F. wife, age 65, Oct 1833, mother of 4 with 2 living, TN NC VA


Mary F. CAMPBELL

She was 17 in 1850.

She was 20 in 1860.

She was 46 in 1880.

She was 66 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 4 children but only 2 were living.


Nancy E. HALL

She was 12 in 1880.


Daniel Ernest HALL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 District #354, Wilkinson County, Georgia page 300
HALL, Daniel E. 2 males under 5 (Isaac & Daniel), 2 males 5 to 10 (William & ?), 1 male 10 to 15 (?), 1 male 20 to 30 (?), 1 male 40 to 50 (Daniel), 1 female under 5 (Mary), 1 female 5 to 10 (Martha), 1 female 10 to 15 (Susan), 1 female 40 to 50 (Mary)
Not sure who the 20 to 30 male, 10 to 15 male and the other 5 to 10 male is. Daniel and Mary were married in 1826 and so their oldest child would be 14 at the most in 1840. So that means that the 20 to 30 male is maybe a brother to Daniel or possibly a son by a previous marriage that I am not aware of. And the two other males could be sons that possibly died before 1850 or were living out somewhere and working.

CENSUS RECORDS: 9 Oct 1850 Pope County, Illinois film #442913, page #284, family #536/536
HALL, David age 52 male, farmer, $180, GA
HALL, Mary age 48 female, SC
HALL, William age 16 male, GA
HALL, Isaac age 15 male, GA
HALL, Daniel age 11 male, GA
HALL, Mary age 10 female GA
MITCHELL, Malissa age 3 female, GA
DEHART, Catherine age 59, female, NC
DEHART, Susan age 14, female, TN
DEHART, William age 20, male, laborer, TN
David Hall was really Daniel Hall. Why he is listed as David I don't know.

Where are they in 1860????


Mary KEEL

She was in the 40 to 50 age bracket in 1840.

She was 48 in 1850, born in South Carolina.

Where are they in 1860???

She was 68 in 1870, born in Georgia, living with daughter and son-in-law Osburn and Susan ALLISON in Carrsville, Livingston, Kentucky.


Peter Barnett HUMPHREYS

He served in World War I.


Freeman Austin HUMPHREYS

MARRIAGES: Hardin county, Illinois film #965704, he says he is 22 years old
and that he is a miner.