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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Benjamin BREMAR

CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Pendleton County, South Carolina film #181425
They had one slave and Benjamin and Mary are over 45 years old, one male and one female age 16 to 26, one male and one female under 10 years of age, (I believe the male or female 16 to 26 is either a son or daughter with their spouse and two young children.)

PROBATE RECORDS: Wills, Estates & Legal Records of Pendleton District & Anderson County, South Carolina book #975.72 p2a
Will of Benjamin BRIMER, page 38-39, wife Rebecah, one third to Jessey BRIMER, one third to Nancy MAUS(?), one third to Betsey LEONARD, $50.00 to Caty GOBER, 5 lb sterling to Rebecah the child of Samuel BRIMER deceased, Five shillings a piece to William BRIMER, Polly HENRY, James BRIMER, desire that William LEONARD see to the buisness. Dated 13 JAN 1803, signed Benjamin (X) BRIMER, witnesses: J. L. Brook & Jonathan WATSON, Proven 30 SEP 1803


Rebecca

NOTES: She is in the over 45 age brackett in 1800.

NOTES: She is mentioned in her husbands Will, which was written 13 JAN 1803 and was probated 30 SEP 1803


Jesse BREMAR

He received one third in his father's Will.


William BREMAR

He was to receive 5 shillings from his father's Will.


James BREMAR

He was to receive 5 shillings from his father's Will.


Reverend William HENRY

On the 1800 census he would have been in the 10 to 16 year old bracket. William would have really been 18 years old in 1800 if the age we have for him is correct.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1810 Livingston County, Kentucky, page 158,
1 male under 10, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 female under 10 (There should have been 4 females under age 10. I wondered if it was a 4 and who ever made the index thought it was a 1??), 1 female 16 to 26 and 1 slave. (I just looked at the original census and it is a one under the females. -19 Dec 2000-)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1820 Lawrence County, Alabama
William HENRY, with 1 male over 21 years, 1 male under 21 years, 1 female over 21 years, and 6 females under 21 years

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Lawrence County, Alabama
William HENRY, 1 male under 5, 2 males 5 to 10, 1 male 15 to 20, 1 male 20 to 30, 1 male 40 to 50, 1 female under 5, 2 females 5 to 10, 1 female 10 to 15, 2 females 20 to 30

NOTES: He moved away from Kentucky many years before 1860. His sister Nancy did not no where he had gone or when he had died.

NOTES: The following info from Betty Wall at email: bclifton65@msn.com I know that some people think that Rev. Sharp made a lot of errors is his research, but who of us hasn't? However, I certainly would never just discard his work. Since he was a minister, I think that he did extensive research on the movements of Rev. William Henry, s/o of Samuel Henry, Sr. I have read his writings on these movements. He obtained information from church records of the Cumberland Presbyterian church furnished by the History Department of Bethel College, McKenzie, TN. "He was in Logan County, KY in 1813 and 1817. He was licensed by the Logan Presbytery in 1818, which met at Salubrious Springs, Christian County, KY. He was ordered to ride the circuit for two months in the Ohio District, in the general area of Owensboro, KY. In 1819 he was in Illinois for two months. He was ordained to full work by the Logan Presbytery which met at Good Providence Meeting House, Union County, KY in 1821. He was a member of the Anderson Presbytery in 1822. In the spring of 1824, he was a member of Arkansas Presbytery at its first meeting, which was held in the house of John Crain in Independence County, Arkansas This is as far as these particular records show. However, he was a member of the Hopewell Presbytery in Arkansas in 1828, which included the western part of TN, and that portion of KY west of the TN River. Some old church records from Shiloh Church, 3 miles east of McKenzie show that he preached there in the 1830s. An old journal kept by a Rev. W. A. Scott, who rode a circuit in that part of TN, stated that in the winter of 1830-31 one of his regular preaching points was "Rev. William Henry's." This was the first preaching point after he would leave Paris, TN. In 1833, a new presbytery called Obion Presbytery was organized out of the north portion of Hopewell Presbytery. It included that part of KY west of the TN River and the northern portions of the counties of Henry, Weakley, and Obion, TN. Rev. William Henry was one of the original members of this presbytery and served as its moderator. He was elected by this presbytery as a commissioner to the General Assembly in 1833, 1836, 1840, 1843, and 1853. He served as moderator of the presbytery as late as 1852. The catalogue of Bethel College, then located at McLemoresville, TN shows that in 1860 (could be 1850 since it a typeover made on a typewriter) William Henry was one of the trustees of Bethel College." Rev. Sharp also wrote: "About 15 miles northwest of Paris, TN, there is a Cumberland Presbyterian church, "Mill Creek," established in the 1840s. It is first mentioned in the mintues of Obion Presbytery at its fall meeting in 1843. In March 1854, J. S. HENRY represented Mill Creek church in presbytery. This was the son of Rev. William Henry, whose name was James Henry.


Mary Ann WHEELER

She is in the 16 to 26 age bracket in 1810.

She is mentioned in her father's Will.


John HENRY

He is in the under age 10 bracket in 1810.


James HENRY

On the 1800 census he would have been in the 10 to 16 year old bracket. For the age we have for James this fits has he would have been about 16 years old in 1800.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1810 Livingston county, Kentucky, page 160,
1 male under 10, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 female under 10 and 1 female 16 to 26

According to Gwen Boyd at email address: boydgd@home.com, James died in 1812 leaving 3 sons, Thomas, Willis & Wilson

According to Sarah Brooks at email address: Sgulfport@aol.com, James died in 1812 and left 3 children, 2 were 6 year old twins named Wilson & Willis and the 3rd was Thomas. Court document 17 July 1815, the twins were bound to a blacksmith until they were 21 years of age (by their mother), Thomas was 12 years old and was bound to the hatters trade. Sarah thinks James was probably killed or died during the War of 1812.

According to the 1810 census of Livingston county, KY James also had a daughter. Now this daughter may have died by 1815 and so was not mentioned in the court documents. Also most of the time the girls were not bound out like the boys and therefore she would not have been mentioned when they were. (Vickie -7 Jan 2001-)

He moved away from Kentucky many years before 1860. His sister Nancy did not no where he had gone or when he had died.


Rebecca K. JOHNSON

She was in the 16 to 26 age bracket in 1810.


Thomas HENRY

He was in the under age 10 bracket in 1810.

NOTES: He is listed as age 12 on the 1815 court document bounding him out to the hatters trade. His parents were not married until 1806 and if he was really 12 he would have been born in 1803. He would have really been only about 8 years old if he was born after his parents marriage. At that time 8 was plenty old enough to be bound out. I have another line that the boys were bound out when they were 5, 7 & 9 years of age according to their court documents. Their mother did not want them to be bound out. But the courts made her. She would steal them away in the night and leave the county and hide them in another county until she was found. She did this at least 3 different times that I have found. So even if Rebecca did not want her 3 boys bound out it was the courts decision (Vickie -7 Jan 2001-)

COURT RECORDS: Monday 17 July 1815, Thomas Henry who is 12 years old on the 15th day of September 1815 to be bound until he is 21 years old to learn key hatters trade. Rebecca Henry his mother being in court and requesting the same to be done.


HENRY

She was in the under age 10 bracket in 1810.


Wilson HENRY

COURT RECORDS: Monday July 17, 1815. Wilson and his twin brother Willis poor orphans to be bound to learn the blacksmith trade until they are 21 years of age, agreeable to Rebecca Henry their mother, being in court and requesting the same to be done, they being six years old on the 15th day of September 1815.


Willis HENRY

COURT RECORDS: Monday July 17, 1815. Willis and his twin brother Wilson poor orphans to be bound to learn the blacksmith trade until they are 21 years of age, agreeable to Rebecca Henry their mother, being in court and requesting the same to be done, they being six years old on the 15th day of September 1815.


David Sloan HILLHOUSE

NOTES: He and his brother John were Justices in Giles and Lawrence Counties in Tennessee.


Elizabeth W. HENRY

All the girls listed for Samuel Henry in 1800 were listed as being under the age of 10 years. Elizabeth would have been 9 years old in 1800 according to the year of birth we have for her.


Robert Dickey HILLHOUSE

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Robret D. HILLHOUSE to Rebecka HENRY 24 Dec 1805 (The internet has it has 20 Dec 1804, but I have seen the actual record and it is the date I have listed.)

CENSUS RECORDS: 1810 Livingston County, Kentucky page #159
HILLHOUSE, Robert D.

Can't find him in 1820.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Salem, Livingston, Kentucky page #9
HILLHOUSE, Robert

LAND RECORDS; HILLHOUSE, Robt. D. Acres: 200, Book: G-2, Survey Date: 4 April 1835, County: Livingston, Water Course: Hurricane Creek

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Jefferson County, Illinois page #303
HILLHOUSE, R. D. 3 boys and himself and 8 girls and his wife

CENSUS RECORDS: 29 July 1850 Dist#10, Jefferson, Illinois page #308, family #61/61
HILHOUSE, Robert E. age 66, male, farmr, $240, SC
HILHOUSE, Rebecca N. age 59, female, SC
HILHOUSE, Mary A. age 40, female, TN
HILHOUSE, Clarinda age 35, female, KY
HILHOUSE, Robert L. age 21, male, farmer, KY
HILHOUSE, William S. age 19, male, farmer, KY


Rebecca HENRY

NOTES: All the girls listed for Samuel Henry in 1800 were listed as being under the age of 10 years. Rebecca would have been 11 years old in 1800 according to the year of birth we have for her.

NOTES: She was 59 in 1850.

CENSUS RECORDS: 16 July 1860 Rome PO, Jefferson, Illinois page #1046, family #1861/1803
HILLHOUSE, Rebecca N. age 71, female, SC
HILLHOUSE, Mary A. age 53, female, $200 & $25, GA

CENSUS RECORDS: 4 June 1870 Penn Twp, Johnson, Iowa page #487, family #66/68
HILLHOUSE, Rebecca N. age 82, female, SC
Living with her son William HILLHOUSE who was listed as a Minister.


Mary Ann HILLHOUSE

NOTES: She was 40 in 1850, single, living with her parents and the census said she was born in Tennessee.

NOTES: She was 53 in 1860, single, living with her mother and the census said she was born in Georgia.


James Henry HILLHOUSE

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Jefferson County, Illinois page #303
HILLHOUSE, James H. 1 boy and himself and 2 girls and his wife


Clarissa HILLHOUSE

NOTES: She was 35 in 1850, single, living with hre parents and was listed as Clarinda instead of Clarissa.


Margaret Lovina HILLHOUSE

She was 47 in 1870, single, living with her brother William in Johnson County, Iowa.


Robert Lapsley HILLHOUSE

NOTES: He was 21 in 1850, single, living with his parents and working as a farmer.

CENSUS RECORDS: 16 July 1860 Rome PO, Jefferson, Illinois page #1046, family #1853/1796


Reverend William Knox Stuart HILLHOUSE

NOTES: He was 19 in 1850, single, living with his parents and working as a farmer.

CENSUS RECORDS: 16 July 1860 Rome PO, Jefferson, Illinois page #1046, family #1854/1797

CENSUS RECORDS: 4 June 1870 Penn Twp, Johnson, Iowa page #487, family #66/68
His occupation was listed as a Minister.


Alexander Brown DICKEY

They lived in Giles County, Tennessee for a few years before going to Ohio.


Jane HENRY

All the girls listed for Samuel Henry in 1800 were listed as being under the age of 10 years. Jane would have been 7 years old in 1800 according to the year of birth we have for her.

She moved away from Kentucky many years before 1860. Her sister Nancy did not know where she had gone or when she had died.


Reverend John Mitchell HENRY Sr.

NOTES: According to Rev. Sharp's manuscript, John Mitchell HENRY was the youngest son of Samuel HENRY.

On the 1800 census he would have been in the under 10 years old bracket. According to the year we have for his birth he would have been about 13 in 1800.

In 1810, he is probably the male in the 16 to 26 year old bracket listed with Samuel Henry Sr. in Livingston County, Kentucky.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1820 Lawrence County, Alabama
John HENRY, with 1 male over 21 years, 1 male under 21 years, 1 female over 21 years, and 1 female under 21 years.

NOTES: He moved away from Kentucky many years before 1860. His sister Nancy did not no where he had gone or when he had died.

NOTES: Get your records out; we are hot on the trail! I found this in my files as a note on John Mitchell Henry. Working together sure has its bonuses! Anderson/Shue, THE JOHN PICKENS FAMILY, COMBINED EDITION: p. 253-254: "Andrew Pickens HENRY... was the son of Rev. John Madison HENRY and his wife, Jane PICKENS. John M. HENRY was a pioneer Baptist preacher in Alabama, coming there with Andrew JACKSON during the Creek War of 1812-1814 and remained. Settled first in Jones Valley where the city of Birmingham now stands, organized a church there called Canaan and was pastor of Ruhama Baptist Church which is still a strong church in Birmingham. Later he moved to Greene County, Alabama, and about 1840 to Neshoba County, Mississippi where he died in 1845... John Madison HENRY was the son of Samuel HENRY and his wife whose name is not known...." - Margie R. Pearce Ponchatoula, LA 4 DEC 2000-

HISTORY: To begin the history of Rock Creek Baptist Church we must first give a brief history of our “mother” church. Canaan Baptist Church (the oldest Baptist Church in Jefferson County, the third oldest Baptist Church in Alabama), was organized in 1818. The church was accordingly constituted of eighteen members, eight males and ten females. Brother John Henry was their first pastor. He was pastor from 1818-1822. (Info received from Bobby Bryan of Alabama.)


Jane PICKENS

CENSUS RECORDS: 24 Aug 1850, Scott County, Mississippi film #443593, Family #265/265
KEATHLY, John his family first then the following listed:
HENRY, Jane age 56, female, Not Known
HENRY, Patrick age 22, male, laborer, AL married in the census year
HENRY, Mary age 24, female, AL married in the census year


William Edgar JOYNER

He was 6 in 1870.