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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Ezekiel K. HENRY

He was 9 in 1860.

He was 18 in 1870.


Julia HENRY

MARRIAGE RECORDS: They were married by a Justice of the Peace and the surety was Hugh Wallace.


Elijah BARNES

He was 35 in 1850 living in the Southern Division, Tishomingo, Mississippi.

He was 45 in 1860 living in Tishomingo County, Mississippi.


Hannah McKava HENRY

She was 34 in 1850.

She was 44 in 1860.

She was 64 in 1880, widowed, living with her son James P. BARNES in Prentiss County, Mississippi. She says her fatehr was born in Ireland and her mother in South Carolina.


Mary Anna BARNES

She was 13 in 1850.


William Henry BARNES

He was 11 in 1850.

He was 21 in 1860, single, living with his parents.


John Pleasant BARNES

He was 7 in 1850.

He was 16 in 1860.


Lucinda Jane BARNES

She was 4 in 1850.

She was 12 in 1860.


Eliza P. BARNES

She was 2 in 1850.

She was 11 in 1860.


Vina L. BARNES

She was 8 in 1860.


James P. BARNES

He was 6 in 1860.


Frances S. BARNES

She was 3 in 1860.


Thomas Sidney HARRIS

He was 48 in 1850, born in South Carolina.

He was 58 in 1860, born in Tennessee.

He was 68 in 1870, born in South Carolina.


Matilda Ann HENRY

She was 39 in 1850, born in Tennessee.

She was 45 in 1860, born in Alabama.

She was 56 in 1870, born in Tennessee.

She was 69 in 1880, living with her son William H. in Lapile Twp, Union, Arkansas.

NOTES: Biographical & Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, Goodspeed Publishers, Chicago, Nashville, St. Louis, 1890, Book #976.7 D3b, in custody of Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, p. 842; William Henry Harris Bible.

NOTES: Info on Matilda and her sister Malinda received from Margie Pearce at email: mpearce@charter.net

NOTES: Everyone seems to think that Matilda and Malinda were twins which is a good possiblity. I have given them the same birthdate of 28 March 1812, instead of 1811. If they are indeed the daughters of Samuel Jr. and Mary Quinton Henry the 1812 year of birth would work better. Samuel and Mary were married 29 June 1811 in Livingston County, Kentucky, which would make the girls born 9 months after their marriage instead of 4 months before their marriage. The Henry's were a fairly religious family and there are quite a few preachers in the family any of whom could have married them at any time. So I can't see them having a shotgun wedding so to speak. I am not saying that it could not have happened but I will stick to 1812 for now. (10 Dec 2000) As I was going through the emails received about these girls I noticed that the date of death given for Matilda was from Betty Wall. It was listed as 14 Sep 1889 departed this life age 78 years, 6 months & 14 days. I put this through my date calculator and the date of birth would be 28 February 1811 which was a Thursday. So now where do we stand. Were the girls born in February or March 1811 or 1812???? (10 Dec 2000) I have since found that Matilda and Melinda were the daughters of William and Mary McGaughey Henry and not daughters of Samuel and Mary Quinton Henry as previously thought.


Thomas Jefferson HARRIS

He was 12 in 1870.


Charles Pinkney OWENS Sr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 26 July 1860 Carthage, Leake, Mississippi page #46, family #300 Owens, C. P. age 54, male, Farmer, $800.00 $883.00 KY Owens, Malinda age 49, female, TN Owens, Barnabas O. age 27, male, school teacher, $125.00 MS Owens, Charles P. age 16, male, AL Owens, Margaret M. age 8, female, MS Owens, Washington A. age 22, male, farmer, TN Owens, Caroline age 16, female, GA

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 District 42, Vernon, Louisiana Film #1254473, Page #111
Charles P. OWENS Self M M W 73 KY.
Occ: Farming Fa: --- Mo: KY.
Malinda OWENS Wife F M W 69 TN.
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN. Mo: TN.


Malinda HENRY

She was 49 in 1860.

NOTES: Biographical & Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, Goodspeed Publishers, Chicago, Nashville, St. Louis, 1890, Book #976.7 D3b, in custody of Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, p. 842; William Henry Harris Bible.

NOTES: Info on Malinda and her sister Matilda received from Margie Pearce at email: mpearce@charter.net

NOTES: Everyone seems to think that Matilda and Malinda were twins which is a good possiblity. I have given them the same birthdate of 28 March 1812, instead of 1811. If they are indeed the daughters of Samuel Jr. and Mary Quinton Henry the 1812 year of birth would work better. Samuel and Mary were married 29 June 1811 in Livingston County, Kentucky, which would make the girls born 9 months after their marriage instead of 4 months before their marriage. The Henry's were a fairly religious family and there are quite a few preachers in the family any of whom could have married them at any time. So I can't see them having a shotgun wedding so to speak. I am not saying that it could not have happened but I will stick to 1812 for now. (10 Dec 2000) As I was going through the emails received about these girls I noticed that the date of death given for Matilda was from Betty Wall. It was listed as 14 Sep 1889 departed this life age 78 years, 6 months & 14 days. I put this through my calculator and the date of birth would be 28 February 1811 which was a Thursday. So now where do we stand. Were the girls born in February or March 1811 or 1812???? (10 Dec 2000) I have since found that Matilda and Melinda were the daughters of William and Mary McGaughey Henry and not daughters of Samuel and Mary Quinton Henry as previously thought.


Washington A. OWENS

He was 13 in 1850.

He was 22 in 1860, single, living with his parents.


Sion T. OWENS

He is listed as Carolina age 11 in 1860.


Margaret Maranda OWENS

She was 8 in 1860.