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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Thomas BRANNAM

CENSUS RECORDS: 16 July 1860 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky family #289/289
BRANNUM, Thos. age 55, male, laborer, NC
BRANNUM, Nelly age 50, female, NC
BRANNUM, Nancy age 23, female, TN
BRANNUM, Elisa age 15, female, TN
BRANNUM, Columbus age 13, male, TN
BRANNUM, Houston age 10, male, TN
BOMINE, Elisabeth age 5, female, TN


Nelly

She was 50 in 1860.


Nancy BRANNAM

She was 23 in 1860 living with her parents.


Elisa BRANNAM

She was 15 in 1860.


Columbus BRANNAM

He was 13 in 1860.


James BRANNAM

CENSUS RECORDS: 16 July 1860 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky family #290/290
BRANNUM, James age 21, male, laborer, TN
BRANNUM, Nancy I. age 18, female, KY
Married in the census year.


Nancy I.

She was 18 in 1860.


Hugh SWEARINGAIN

CENSUS RECORDS: 3 Oct 1850 Dist #10, Jackson, Tennessee page #266, family #428/428
SWARINGAME, Hugh age 73, male, farmer, $200, NC
SWARINGAME, Nancy age 40, female, NC
SWARINGAME, Precilla age 18, female, TN
SWARINGAME, Lucy age 15, female, TN
SWARINGAME, Vance age 9, male, TN
SWARINGAME, Mary age 6, female, TN
SWARINGAME, Smith age 5, male, TN
SWARINGAME, Amanda age 1, female, TN
SWARINGAME, Harriett age 8/12, female, born Feb, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: 21 July 1860 Mayfield PO, Jackson, Tennessee page #266, family #943/943
SWARINGIN, Hugh age 85, male, farmer, $400 & $500, NC
SWARINGIN, Nancy age 50, female, NC
SWARINGIN, Vance age 19, male, attends school, TN
SWARINGIN, Mary age 16, female, attends school, TN
SWARINGIN, Smith age 15, male, attends school, TN
SWARINGIN, Manda age 12, female, attends school, TN
SWARINGIN, Harriet age 9, female, attends school, TN


Nancy

She was 40 in 1850.

She was 50 in 1860.

NOTES: She may have been slightly mentally handicapped according to a history I found on the Swearingain family.


Precilla SWEARINGAIN

She was 18 in 1850.


Lucy SWEARINGAIN

She was 15 in 1850.


Smith SWEARINGAIN

He was 5 in 1880.

He was 15 in 1860.


Amanda SWEARINGAIN

She was 1 in 1850.

She was 12 in 1860.


Vance S. SWEARINGAIN

He was 9 in 1850.

He was 19 in 1860.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1870 Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky family #12/16
SWAIRGIN, Vance age 29, male, farmer, TN
SWAIRGIN, Amanda age 24, female, TN
SWAIRGIN, W. U. age 7, male, KY
SWAIRGIN, J. E. age 3, male, KY
SWAIRGIN, M. M. age 6/12, female, born Dec, KY
SWAIRGIN, M. M. age 23, female, TN
SWAIRGIN, John age 6, male, IL

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Union, Crittenden, Kentucky family #29/29
SWARRIGIM, Vance head, age 40, farmer, TN NC TN
SWARRIGIM, Amanda E. wife, age 36, TN TN TN
SWARRIGIM, William N. son, age 18, KY TN TN
SWARRIGIM, John Smith son, age 13, KY TN TN
SWARRIGIM, Milly M. dau, age 10, KY TN TN
SWARRIGIM, Mary Jane dau, age 8, KY TN TN
SWARRIGIM, David Pruitt son, age 1, KY TN TN


Amanda E.

She was 24 in 1870.

She was 36 in 1880.


William N. SWEARINGAIN

He was 7 in 1870.

He was 18 in 1880.


John Smith SWEARINGAIN

He was 3 in 1870.

He was 13 in 1880.


Milly M. SWEARINGAIN

She was 6 months old in 1870 born in December.

She was 10 in 1880.


Mary Jane SWEARINGAIN

She was 8 in 1880.


Marion H. SWEARINGAIN

He died of the chills at the age of 3 years.


David Pruitt SWEARINGAIN

He was 1 in 1880.


Anna Bell CURRY

NOTES: Anna almost died in the wagon coming back to Kentucky after Oda was killed. This was according to Carrie Fryar McKeel.


Drury PARKER

LAND RECORDS: Southampton County, Virginia
Drury PARKER, 15 schillings for 145 acres in Southampton County, on north side of Three Creeks, on the side of HORNET, southwest adj. Daniel WILLIAMS, Owen MYRICK and William OWEN, dated 10 Sep 1755, page #639

MARRIAGE RECORDS: Virginia Marriages before 1824, Early Virginia Marriages Sussex County, page #33
15 June 1769, Drury PARKER and Mildred CLANTON, aged 26, daughter of Mary CLANTON.

PROBATE RECORDS: Southampton County, Virginia Will Book 4, page 299
Drury PARKER, wrote Will 13 June 1783 and it was probated 12 Feb 1789 in open court.
Mentions wife: Milly, and leaves her all kinds of things.
Mentions sons: Howell, Richard, William, Thomas, Edwin, Frederick and Matthew
Mentions daughters: Lucy, Patty, Nanny, Lukey (I believe this is Sarah.), Tempey, Judith, Betsey and Polly
Mentions brother: Richard PARKER who is named one of the executors, but refuses to be at probate.
All of the children were each left at least one negro and some were left land, beds, etc.
The executors were: Richard PARKER, Jeremiah DREW and Randolph NEWSOM.

The following is a transcription of the Last Will and Testament of Drury PARKER.
In the name of God Amen I Drury PARKER of Soton (Southampton) County and St. Lukes Parrish being sencesses and merry thanks be to Almighty God for the same Do make and ordain this to be my last Will and testament do Do Dispose of my Estate I give and bequeath to my wife Milly PARKER two feather beds and furniture one iron pot one frying pan four pewter dished and six pewter plates one chest one large trunkfour chears three cows and claves three sows and pigs one horse and saddle three ewes and lambs one linen wheel one woolen wheel also I leave the labour of my negro man James and my negro woman Agge to her during her natural life and then at her death to be sold and divided amongst her children begotten by me. I also give my wife Milly PARKER two thousand pounds of porke and forty barrels of corn.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Howell PARKER one negro man Tom to him and his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Richard PARKER one negro boy names Harry to him and his heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son William PARKER one negro girl named Rachel and one feather and furniture to him and his heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son Thomas PARKER the plantation I purchased of Benjamin COOPER with all the land lying on the south side of Myricks Cart path belonging hereto, also I give and bequeath to my son Thomas PARKER one negro woman named Doll to him and his heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son Edwin PARKER the plantation I now live on with all the land lying on the north side on Myricks Cart path there belonging thereto, I also give and bequeath to my son Edwin PARKER one negro boy named Lewis to him and his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Frederick PARKER one negro boy named Nat also one feather bed and furniture. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucy PARKER one negro girl named Beck and one feather bed and furniture to her and her heirs forever.
Item I given and bequeath to my daughter Patty PARKER one negro girl names Judith to her and her heirs foever. Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Nanny PARKER one negro girl named Liddia to her and her heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Lukey PARKER one negro girl named Hannah to her and her heirs forever.
Item I given and bequeath to my daughter Tempey PARKER one negro girl named Fanny to her and her heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Betsey PARKER one negro girl named Chearey to her and her heirs forever.
Also I leave the labour of my negro man Archer to my wife during her natural life and then to be sold and the money to be divided as aforesaid and the negros belonging to me not mentioned to be equally divided amongst my six oldest children and the remainder of my estate be sold and equally divided amongst my younger children and my will and desire is that her children and their negros continue with her while they come of age and marry except there Mother marry then to hire out for the use of the children.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Polly PARKER one negro boy named Sam to her and her heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my son Matthew PARKER one negro boy named Page, one negro girl named Janey to him and his heirs forever.
I do here likewise constitute make and ordain my Brother, Richard PARKER and Jeremiah DREW and Randolph NEWSOM my whole and sole Exectors of this my last Will and Testament in witness thereof I have set my hand and seal this 13th day of June 1783.
At a court held for the County of Southampton the 12th day of Feby 1789 this Will was presented in Court by Randolph NEWSOM the executor the within named Richard PARKER the other refusing, and the said Will having been proved to the satisfaction of the Court to be wholly in the hand writing of the testator is ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said executor who made oath according to law certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form giving security whereupon.
Virginia State Seal Attached Here, Will Book 4, page 299, Attested: H. B. McLEMORE Jr, Clerk Circuit Court, Southampton County, Virginia


Almedia HANEY

She was 19 in 1880.