Fourth Generation! Jacob,1 SARRATT; [SFA-ID# 184.108.40.206] (5s/o Thomas,1 SARRATT & Wife Unknown, of Rowan Co., NC. (1Gs/o Samuel,1 SARRATT & 2nd Wife Honour Unknown, of Prince George's Co., MD. (2Gs/o Joseph,1 & Katherine SARRATT, of France "The American Progenitor" Born: 21-Nov-1790, Person Co., NC Died: 08-Oct-1844, a53y, Tishomingo Co., (now Alcorn Co.), MS Buried: 10-Oct-1844, Farmington Church Cem., Farmington, Alcorn Co., MS (Where a headstone marks his grave) [See Photo] At the age of 23y (bfr 1813) he married the 22 year old Miss Lucinda MORELAND, [REF:#90, Pg177] (d/o Unknown (to me) MORELAND Parents) Born: 12-May-1791, Warren Co?, TN Died: 06-Jun-1875, a84y at Corinth, Tishomingo Co., (now Alcorn Co.), MS Buried: Farmington Church Cem., Farmington, Alcorn Co., MS (Next to her Husband) [See Photo]
Jacob,1 SARRATT, a10y can be identified living with his parents in the 1800 Census, for Rowan Co., NC. [1800 Census, M-032, Reel 033, Pg 389, F.G. 003] (See Father's 1800 Census Group Jacob,1 SARRATT, a20y can be identified living with his parents in the 1810 Census, for Rowan Co., NC. [1810 Census, M-252, Reel 043, Pg 83b, F.G. 026] (See Father's 1810 Census Group Jacob,1 SARRATT, a22y left home with his older brother James,4 prior to 1812 and can be found on the "Tax Roll" for Warren Co., TN.
They had at least 11 Children born to this Union: (5 Sons & 6 Daus) Son/Dau Click on Name for More Inf. b.-d. Married/Info. Ch. 1. 1st Dau: Sarah Moreland SURRATT, AL. c1813-1858 a45yrs MS. m. *1831 AL. John B. WALKER, 3Ch. 2. 2nd Dau: Nancy SURRATT, AL. c1815-18?? a??yrs MS. m. c1839 AL. Samuel B. McGLATHERY, 9Ch. 3. 1st Son: Capt. Melkijah SURRATT, AL. c1818-1863 a45yrs MS. m. *1833 AL. 1st Wife, 2Ch. " " " m. *1840 MS. 2nd Amanda L. SORRELL, 3Ch. 4. 3rd Dau: Lucy Jane SURRATT, AL. c1819-1880 a61yrs MS. m. c1851 MS. Andrew J. DRIVER, ?Ch. 5. 4th Dau: Elizab. B. SURRATT, AL. c1820-1858 a38yrs MS. m. *1833 AL. Robert J. HYMMAN, 4Ch. 6. 5th Dau: Amelia SURRATT, AL. c1822-18?? a??yrs MS. m. c1844 MS. Andrew J. YANCY, ?Ch. 7. 2nd Son: Wm. Wright SURRATT, AL. *1825-1901 a75yrs AR. m. *1849 MS. Amanda (Twiller) HARRIS, 5Ch. 8. 6th Dau: Anna Eliza SURRATT, AL. *1827-1910 a83yrs MS. m. c1847 MS. Wm. E. ELLIS, 1Ch. 9. 3rd Son: John Moreland SURRATT, AL. *1828-1875 a46yrs MS. m. *1854 MS. 1st Rebecca J. LINDSEY, 1Ch. " " " m. *1858 MS. 2nd Elizabeth KIRBY, 1Ch. " " " m. *1868 MS. 3rd Mary E. COGDELL, 0Ch. 10. 4th Son: Joseph Edward SURRATT, AL. *1830-1840 a9yrs MS. bd Farmington Cem., 1Ch. 11. 5th Son: Samuel Boule SURRATT, AL. c1832-1881 a49yrs MS. m. *1859 MS. Pattie/Pattie T FLOURNEY, 4Ch. 34 Grandchildren!
Warren Co., TN. was created in 1807 from the larger White Co. The County Seat is McMinnville, TN. 37110. It is located in the Central part of the State. Bounded by DeKalb & White Co's on the North; Van Buren Co. on the East; Grundy Co. on the South; wit Cannon Co. on the Northwest & Coffee Co. on the Southwest. (First Census was 1820, County Clerk has m. records from 1852, probate records from 1827. ..prs)
As Noted in [REF:#90], Pg 177
"When one notes the appearance of James & Jacob SURRATT on the 1812 Tax list for Warren Co., TN, the question of identity arises. It does not appear this Jacob was James son (James, 4 did have a son named Jacob ..prs) because his son Jacob would have been to young to be taxed!."
[This Jacob,1 & James,4 were brothers, and James,4 named a son after his brother Jacob,3. The elder Jacob,1 SURRATT (this subject) went to Morgan Co., AL. ...prs
As Noted in [REF:#90], Pg 177
" Alabama opened up to the white people at the end of the War of 1812, and the best land was the bottom land along the Tennessee, Alabama and the Tombighee Rivers. The good land around what is now Huntsville was being settled as early as 1805, and the SURRATT's were in Madison Co., and Morgan Co., AL. along the Tennessee River by 1815, and perhaps earlier."
No 1820 Census, was taken in Warren Co., TN. or Morgan Co., AL., so no 1820 record for Jacob,1 & wife is available. ..prs. Jacob,1 SURRATT, was 34 years old when his father died a77y in Sep. 1824, in the old Rowan Co., NC. No Will has ever been found and his mother's name was never mentioned in any of the several deed transactions. Jacob1 & wife Lucinda (MORELAND) SURRATT, can be found in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. With all of his 10 Children Identified living in the family household. Living with them was a lady age 70 to 80 years old, which may have been his M-I-L [1830 Census, M-019, Reel 004, Pg 200, F.G. 013] H/H Jacob SURRATT, b. *1790, NC age 40 (40 to 50) Wife: Lucinda (MORELAND), b. *1791, TN age 39 (30 to 40) 1. 1st Dau: Sarah M. b. c1813, AL age 17 (15 to 20) 2. 2nd Dau: Nancy, b. c1815, AL age 15 (15 to 20) 3. 1st Son: Melkijah, b. c1818, AL age 12 (10 to 15) 4. 3rd Dau: Lucy J., b. c1819, AL age 11 (10 to 15) 5. 4th Dau: Elizabeth B., b. c1820, AL age 10 (10 to 15) 6. 5th Dau: Amelia, b. c1822, AL age 08 (05 to 10) 7. 2nd Son: Wm. Wright, b. c1825, AL age 05 (05 Under) 8. 6th Dau: Ann Eliza, b. c1826, AL age 04 (05 Under) 9. 3rd Son: John Morland, b. c1827, AL age 03 (05 Under) 10. 4th Son: Joseph E., b. c1830, AL age 00 (05 Under) Mother-in-Law: Mrs. MORELAND, age Unk (70 to 80) Total of 8 Slaves! In March, of 1839 (3 years after creation) Jacob,1 SURRATT, age 49y bought 400 acres in Tishomingo Co., MS., from Anthony W. LINDSEY. He seems to have sold his property in Morgan Co., AL and moved to his new property in Tishomingo Co., MS.
Morgan Co., AL. was created in 1818, as "Cotaco" from the Cherokee "Turkytown" Cession. the names was changed in 1821 to Morgan Co. The County Seat is Decauter, AL 35601. It is located in the North Central part of the State; Bounded by Limestone & Madison Co's on the North; Marshall Co., on the East; Cullman Co. on the South; with Lawrence Co. on the West. (First Census was 1830, Pro judge has m. and pro rec from 1818.)
As Noted in [REF:#90], Pg 177
"Jacob1 & Lucinda (MORELAND) SURRATT, left Warren Co., TN, prior to 1813 (birth of first child in AL) and in 1822 he "deeded" some property as a "Gift" to his Nephew Riley T. SURRATT."
Possible Record Problem!
[Riley T., Surratt, was a on of Samuel,4 & Martha (RICE) SURRATT of Madison Co., AL. this was another brother of Jacob,1 SURRATT ..prs]
He may have left in 1813, but he did not dispose of his property until 1820. There's a record dated 1820, that Jacob,1 SERATT, a30y sold 100 acres of land in Warren Co., TN. to Felease RICHARDS.
Jacob1 & wife Lucinda (MORELAND) SURRATT, can be found in the 1840 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. [1840 Census, M-704, Reel 219, Pg 240, Line 0021] H/H Jacob SURRATT, b. *1790, NC age 50 (50 to 60) Wife: Lucinda (MORELAND), b. *1791, TN age 49 (40 to 50) 4. 3rd Dau: Lucy J., b. c1819, AL age 21 (15 to 20) 5. 4th Dau: Elizabeth B., b. c1820, AL age 20 (15 to 20) 6. 5th Dau: Amelia, b. c1822, AL age 18 (15 to 20) 7. 2nd Son: Wm. Wright, b. c1825, AL age 15 (10 to 15) 8. 6th Dau: Ann Eliza, b. c1826, AL age 14 (10 to 15) 9. 3rd Son: John Morland, b. c1827, AL age 13 (10 to 15) 10. 4th Son: Joseph E., b. c1830, AL age 10 (10 to 15) d. 1840, a10y 11. 5th Son: Samuel Boule, b. c1832, AL age 08 (05 to 10) GDau: Jane SURRATT, b. c1837, AL age 03 (d/o Melkijah & 1)Wife GDau: Cornelia SURRATT, b. c1838, AL age 02 (d/o Melkijah & 1)Wife The following children were not listed with the 1840 Census Unit! 1. 1st Dau: Sarah M. b. c1813, AL age 27 m. *1831 AL John B. WALKER 2. 2nd Dau: Nancy, b. c1815, AL age 25 m. c1839 AL Sam E. McCLATHERY 3. 1st Son: Melkijah, b. c1818, AL age 22 m. *1840 MS Amanda L. SORRELL
Tishomingo Co., MS. was created in 1836, from the Cickasaw Nation, by the "Cession" of 1832. The County Seat is Tunica, MS. 38676 It is located in the Northeast corner of the State; It is Bounded by Hardin Co., TN. on the North; Lauderdale, Colbert, & Franklin Co's AL. on the East; Itawamba co., MS. on the South; With Alcorn and Prentiss Co., MS. on the West. (First Census, 1840) (The Children Not listed with the family Unit 1850 Census) 5. 4th Dau: Elizabeth B., 1820-1858 a38y m. c1840 Robert J. HYMMAN, 4Ch. 6. 5th Dau: Amelia, 1822- m. c1844 Andrew J. YANCY, ?Ch. 7. 2nd Son: William Wright 1825- m. *1849 Mrs. Amanda (TWILLER HARRIS 10. 4th Son: Joseph E., 1830-1840 a10y d. young! 11. 5th Son: Samuel Boule, 1832-1881 a49y m. c1864 Mattie T. FLOURNEY, 4Ch. (Samuel b. living in Tippah Co., MS F.G 565)
As Noted in [REF:#90], Pg 178
"Jacob,1 SURRATT, a53y died bfr 08 Oct 1844 and he had a Will and a clear picture of his children emerges from the terms of his will. His son Melkijah SURRATT was the Executor. Later when his wife Lucinda, went to Court to carry out his wishes, the picture of his family is enlarged. " [No copy of will was presented nor source of record listed ..prs]
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF JACOB SURATT
January the 17th 1843. The State of Mississippi Tishomingo County. In the name of God Amen, I Jacob Suratt of the County and State aforesaid being weak in body tho of Sound mind make the following as my last will and testament
First, that my body shall be decently interred and that as much of my personal property be dispersed of as to pay off and satisfy all just debts.
Secondly, I bequeth unto my beloved wife Lucy the whole of my estate both real and personal and that she shall have entire control and management of the same during her natural life or widowhood Also that she may give unto each of my daughter(s) as they marry off the same amount or quanty of property that I have heretofore given unto those who have heretofore married off. Also that she may shool (sic schools) & educate my children who are not of age out of the proceeds of my estate in all the branches of the Common English Branches of Education.
I further bequeath and will that all the negroes belonging to my Estate at my death Shall be kept together and the proceeds of the labor be appropriated towards the suport of my wife and children who are not of age and twards the Education of my Children as above mentioned and in case my wife Lucy should die before my Children Shall be raised and educated then that my Executor who I shall hereafter appoint shall have the control and management of my negroes and property both real and personal just the same as my beloved wife for the purposes mentioned And that all my daughters who have never been marrried shall have and be entitled to a decent Support out of the proceeds of my plantation and labor of my negroes until my youngest child shall become of age and a final division of my property shall take place agreeable to this my last will and testament And when my youngest child shall become of age then my beloved wife Lucy if she may think proper may make an equal division of so much of the property belonging to my estate as she thinks proper amoung my lawful heirs agreeable to the term and meaning of this my last Will and Testament.
I futher bequeath unto my three sons:
John Morland, and
the following lands belonging to my Estate.
First, I bequeath uno my son William Wright the North East Quarter of Section Thirty lying and being in the County and State above mentioned of the Chickasaw Cesion that he shall take charge of the same when he becomes of age but shall not have power to sell or disperse of the same until my youngest child becomes of age and that my sons
John Moreland and Samuel Bouels Shall have the West half of Section Twenty-nine and the South East quarter of Section thrity being in the County & State aforesaid; that they may take charge of the same at the death of my wife Lucy by Supporting my unmarried, daughters, giving power unto my wife Lucy to grant them the privelege of cultivating the same land as they become of age and that each one of my daughters being the children of my wife Lucy shall at her death provided she lives until my youngest child becomes of age and in the event she dies before that time at the time my youngest child becomes of age - that they and the heirs born of their bodies shall have a grown negro woman of the value thereof out of my personal Estate provided there be that much.
And in Case I should not have that much personal property that all of my personal property shall be equaly divided amongst my daughters and in case as aforesaid giving unto them and the heirs born of their bodies and in case any of my daughters die without heirs born of their bodies then the property they should have received and its natural decease (in-case of negro property) shall be equally divided among my children who may be living or their children in case of their death shall inherit their part.
And when my daughters shall have received the value of a grown negro woman or the value thereof in case there shall be a remainder of property after then my three sons above mentioned and my Son Melkijah Suratt and my daughters and in case of their deaths then the heirs born of them shall inherit an equal division of my personal property belonging them and their Children as aforesaid.
I further apoint and castiteto my beloved Son Melkijah Surratt my lawful Executor & give him the power to act and carry into effect all the provisions and conditions of this my last Will & Testament. I further authorise and constitute him the guardian & agent for my two younger Gransons James Peterson Walker and John Alexander Walker sons of my daughter Sarah Moreland (Surratt) Walker dec'd formerly wife of John B. Walker and that he shall receive for them their Mothers portion of the estate and that they Shall receive one daughters portion of my Estate.
In testemony whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and afforised my Seal this the day of one Thousand Eight Hundrend and forth three.
Jacob (his mark) Suratt (Seal)
Signed in the presence of as the subscribing Witneses the day and sate above writen Attested:
C. W. Bell
W. R. Barnete
The State of Mississippi Tishomingo County personally came before me Abram H. Weir Judge of the Probate Court for the County & State aforesaid C. W. Bell and W. R. Barnete who after being duly qualified upon oath say that they saw the Testator Jacob Suratt Sign Seal and acknowledge the above instrument as his last Will & Testament and that he was of sound and disposing mind and memory and that he called upon them to Witnes the same and that they signed and attested said Will in the presence of said Testator and likewise they saw James Bell sign the Same in presense of said Testator and at his request. Given under our hand and Seal Nov. 4th 1844.
(signed by) C. W. Bell
W. R. Barnett
Sworn to and Subscribed before me Nov. 4th 1844. (signed by) A. H. Weir, Probate Judge.
[Transcribed by S.L. Sandy, C.R.C. (No date)
Tishomingo Co., MS, Probate Record, Bk. & Page No. Unknown (to me)
The "Widow" Mrs. Lucy (MORELAND) SURATT can be found with family:
1950 Census, Civil Dist. #4 (North Division)
Tishomingo Co. MS.
Fed. #, Reel# M432-0382 Page 31, F.Visit: 418
Pg. F.V. FName MName LName Age Born b.Yr. Race Remarks 031 418.02 Lucy (Moreland) SURRATT 59 TN 1791 W Farmer, $1,800 #4. 3rdDau Lucinda SURRATT 27 AL 1823 W m. A.J. DRIVER, c1851 MS #9. 3rdSon John SURRATT 23 AL 1827 W Farmer! $0 #1. GranDau Jane SURRATT 13 AL 1837 W 1d/o Melkijah & 1st Wife! #1. GranDau Cornelia SURRATT 12 AL 1838 W 2d/o Melkijah & 1st Wife! #11. 5thSon Samuel B. SURRATT 18 AL 1832 W m. M.T. FLOURNEY, c1863 #8. S-I-L William ELLIS 30 AL 1820 W School Teacher #8. 6thDau Anna E. (SURRATT) ELLIS 24 AL 1826 W w/o Wm.E. Ellis, *1846 MS #8. GranSon John ELLIS 0.2 AL 1850 W 1st s/o Wm. E. & A.E. Fifth Generation! 1. Sarah Morland SURRATT; [SFA-FG 1263] (1st d/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1813, Morgan Co., AL. Was a07y living with parents in the 1820 Census for Warren Co., TN. Was a17y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. d. c1858, a45y, Tishomingo Co., MS. [REF:#90, Pg178] d. c1839, a26y, Summerville, [Baldwin Co.] AL. per Query 2 Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a18y she married (bfr 1832) in Morgan Co., AL. to Mr. John Blackburn WALKER; [REF:#90, Pg178] (s/o John WALKER & Mother: Margaret PAUL of Rockbridge County, Virginia) b. 02 Feb 1805 in Rockbridge County, Virginia d. 04 Aug 1867, a62y in Leighton, Lawrence County, Alabama or d. 08 Apr 1867 Buried: Stanley Graveyard, near Leighton, Lawrence County, Alabama They had at least 2 Children born to this Union: [REF:#90, Pg178] 1.1 1st Son: James Peterson WALKER, b. c1832 1.2 2nd Son: John Alexander WALKER, b. c1832 They had at least 3 Children born to this Union: per Query 2 1.1 1st Dau: Elizabeth WALKER, b. c1835 in Alabama 1.2 1st Son: James Peterson WALKER, b. c1838 in Alabama 1.3 2nd Son: John Alexander WALKER, b. c1839 in Alabama See: David C. Plunckett for continuation of this Family! 2. Nancy SURRATT; (2nd d/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1815, Morgan Co., AL. Was a05y living with parents in the 1820 Census for Warren Co., TN. Was a15y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. d. Unknown, Alcorn Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a24y she married (c1839) in Morgan Co., AL. to Mr. Samuel B. McGLATHERY; per [REF:#90, Pg178] Mr. Samuel Earl McGLATHERY; per Samuel L. McGlathery. 1999 b. 1816, Lincoln Co., TN. d. 1891, age 75yrs, Alcorn Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) (likely a son of Samuel MCGLADERY/MCGLATHERY) In 1844, Samuel Earl and Nancy (Surratt) moved from AL. to near Corinth, Tishomingo (now Alcorn Co.) MS. Samuel L. McGlathery. 1999 They had 9 Children born to this Union: Samuel L. McGlathery. 1999 2.1. 1st Son: William G. McGLATHERY c1841-???? m. ? to Alabama D. Unk, 4Ch. 2.2. 1st Dau: Martha Ann McGLATHERY c1842-1926 b. & bur. MS 2.3. 2nd Son: Samuel Jacob McGLATHERY c1844-1879 m. 1867 MS. M. E. BROWN, 4Ch. 2.4. 3rd Son: James Melkijah McGLATHERY c1845-1918 m. 1874 MS. Georgia Ann CAMPBELL, 6Ch. 2.5. 4th Son: Franklin M. McGLATHERY c1847-1915 m. 1872 TN. Mattie E. MERCER, 6Ch. 2.6. 2nd Dau: Lucinda Jane McGLATHERY c1849-???? m. 18?? ??. John WILLIAMS 2.7. 5th Son: Joseph Sidney McGLATHERY c1851-1901 m. 1880 MS. Hattie Grisham LEATHERBURY, 10Ch. 2.8. 3rd Dau: Francis Emma McGLATHERY c1853-1947 bur. MS 2.9. 4th Dau: Mary C. McGLATHERY c1854-1856 bur. MS 3. Melkiah SURRATT; (a.k.a. Mellkiah, M (1st s/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1818, Morgan Co., AL. d. c1863, a45y in Boonesville, Prentiss Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) He married twice, first a19y (bfr 1837), Tishomingo Co., MS. to Wife Unknown; 2Ch. b. c1810, Unknown Co. d. bfr 26 May 1840, a30y Tishomingo Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a22y he married, 2nd on 26 May 1840 in Tishomingo Co., MS. to 12 year old? Amanda L. SORRELL;, 1Ch. [REF:#90, Pg178] (d/o M/M SORRELL Parents) b. c1828, Unknown Co., GA. (per Census) b. c1824 Oglethorpe Co., GA. d. 01 Jan 1898, a70y near Boonesville, Prentiss Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had 1 Child born from this Union: FIRST MARRIAGE: 3.1 1st Dau: Jane, b. 1837 MS Not Traced! 3.2 2nd Dau: Cornelia, b. 1838 MS Not Traced! SECOND MARRIAGE: 3.3 1st Son: Thomas E., b. 1842 MS. d. c1864, a22y Civil War. ADOPTED: 3.4 1st Dau: Laverna, b. 1873 MS. m. c1891 Mr. DALREMND, 1Ch. 3.5 2nd Son: William E.,b. 1877 MS. m. c1910 Ida C. Unknown, ?Ch.
The Widow Lucinda (MORELAND) SURRATT, can be found in the 1860 Census, for Tishomingo Co., MS. [1860 Census, M-653, Reel 593, Pg 258, F.G.1725] H/H : Lucinda (MORELAND), b. *1791, TN age 69 Son: William W. w/family was living F.G. 1726
INDENTURE - 02 DEC 1858
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI }
COUNTY of Tishomingo }
Lucy SURATT vs.
This Indenture made and entered into this 2nd day of December A.D. 1858 between Lucy SURATT the widow of Jacob SURATT, dec'd of the first part and A.J. DRIVER and his wife Lucy E. DRIVER (formerly Lucy J. SURATT) of thesecond part. All of Tishomingo County, Mississippi that wherein by the Last Will and Testament of thesaid Jacob SURATT, dec'd died dated January 17th 1843 and was duly proven admitted to probate and ordered to be recorded on the 4th day of November 1844 by the Probate Court of Tishomingo County, Mississippi, of which Mr. SURATT, dec'd appointed the executor, the said Lucy SURATT was invested? with full power to make a division of Sa? much of this property, belonging to said estate as she might think proper. Soon as the youngest child became of age, this Indenture further witness that thesaid party of the first part this day under the provision of said Last Will & Testament hereby gives and delivers unto the parties of the second part a Negro girl named CLONA? of yellow complexion and aged about 16 years, value at Eleven Hundred [$1,100] dollars by James BOX, J.C. REED and E.C. GILLENWATERS? (approved dower by the Attorney At Law) the said parties of the first part pays back to Lucy SURATT the sum of Twenty [$20.00] Dollars being the amount over the average value of a Negro woman which amount is to stand charged against the said parties of the Second part and deducted from their share of said parties stated in a final division of the Same.
This Indenture is made in this confidence that is said that the same is to he duly recommended in the Probate Clerk's Office of the County and State aforesaid and that the same is to that agrees to the said "Negro" girl herein before declared in the said A.J. & Lucy J. DRIVER.
In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our names and Seals the day and year first above written.
A.J. DRIVER, (Seal)
L.J. DRIVER, (Seal)
Lucy SURRATT, (Seal)
The State of Mississippi
Personally appeared before me the __? ______? Justice of the Peace of The Oacr? in the said County, the wittiness Lucy SURATT; A.J. DRIVER and L.J. DRIVER who verbally acknowledge that my signed said instrument on the day of it's date and for the purpose therein expressed as their act and deed; and Lucy J. DRIVER further acknowledged after herein ______? by my separate and apart from her husband that she approved? in truly without any fear threats or compulsion? of her husband gives under my hand and seal Dec 3rd 1858.
J.W. HALL, (Seal)
Farmington Cemetery, Farmington, Alcorn Co., MS. Jacob SURRATT, age 53yrs
1790 - 1844
(Need Photo of Headstone)
Lucinda (Moreland) SURRATT, age 84yrs
1791 - 1875
(Need Photo of Headstone)
Also known as: Farmington Baptist Church Cemetery Located on Farmington Road, Farmington, Alcorn Co., MS. Postal Code: 38834 Photo by: Vicki Burress Roach, roachbugdixie-net.com Melkijah SURRATT, a02y living with parents in the 1820 Census for Warren Co., TN. Melkijah SURRATT, a12y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. Melkijah SURRATT, a22y can be found in the 1840 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. with his own family. [1840 Census, M-704, Reel 219, Page 238, Line 003] H/H Mellkijah SURATT, a22y b. 1818 AL (20 to 30) 1st Wife: Unknown, a30y b. 1810 ?? (30 to 40) 1. 1st Dau: Jane, a 3y b. 1837 MS (05 Under) 2. 2nd Dau: Cornelia, a 2y b. 1838 MS (05 Under) Melkijah SURRATT, a32y can be found in the 1850 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. [1850 Census, M-432, Reel 382, Page 107, NdRcd] H/H Mellkijah SURRATT, a32y b. 1818 AL. 2nd Wife: Amanda L. (SORRELL), a22y b. 1828 GA. 3. 1st Son: Thomas E., a 8y b. 1842 MS. 1850 Census, living with Grandmother Lucinda (MORLAND) SURRATT 1. 1st Dau: Jane, a13y b. 1837 MS (d/o Melkiah & 1st Wife? 2. 2nd Dau: Cornelia, a12y b. 1838 MS (d/o Melkiah & 1st Wife? Melkijah SURRATT, a42y can be found in the 1860 Census for Jacinto Dist., Tishomingo Co., MS. [1860 Census, M-653, Reel 593, Page 131, F.Visit: 872] H/H Melkiaj SURATT, a42y b. 1818 AL. 2nd Wife: Amanda L. (SORRELL), a32y b. 1828 GA. 3. 1st Son: Thomas E., a18y b. 1842 MS. Relation Unk: Joseph Bruce? SURATT, a10y b. 1850 MS. R.R. Worker: James SURATT, a25y b. 1835 TN. R.R. Worker: George GARRETT, a23y b. 1837 NY. Melkijah SURRATT, a52y can be found in the 1870 Census for Booneville, Prentiss Co., MS. [1870 Census, M-593, Reel 746, Page 424, F.Visit: 061] H/H Melkiaj SURRETT, a52y b. 1818 AL. 2nd Wife: Amanda L. (SORRELL), a42y b. 1828 GA. House Keeper: Amy ANDERSON, a18y b. 1852 TN. (*BLACK*) House Servant Renecy SURRETT, a12y b. 1858 MS. (*BLACK*) Dry Goods Jacob NOHN, a22y b. 1848 MS. Clerk Store Samuel TIHOEFFE, a21y b. 1849 ?? Melkijah SURRATT, a62y can be found in the 1880 Census for Booneville, Prentiss Co., MS. [1880 Census, T-009, Reel 746, E.D. 175, F.Visit: 014] H/H Melkiaj SURRETT, a62y b. 1818 AL. 2nd Wife: Amanda L. (SORRELL), a52y b. 1828 GA. 4. Adp Dau: Laverna, a 7y b. 1873 MS. m. Mr. DALREMND c1891 5. Adp Son: William E., a 3y b. 1877 MS. SE Louise THOMAS, a39y b. 1841 MS. NR Filden THOMAS, a 3y b. 1877 MS. NR Franklin SORRELL, a18y b. 1862 MS This 1880 Census is last record found for Melkijah & Amanda William E. SURRATT, a33y can be found in the 1910 Census for Jefferson Co., AL. [1910 Census, T-624, Reel 017, E.D. 130, F.Visit: 001] H/H William E. SURATT, a33y b. 1877 MS Wife: Ida J., a29y b. 1881 AL. NR Albert DALREMND, a18y b. 1892 MS. William E. SURRATT, a43y can be found in the 1920 Census for Jefferson Co., AL. [1920 Census, T-625, Reel 023, E.D. 150, F.Visit:010-025] H/H William E. SURATT, a43y b. 1877 MS Wife: Ida J., a39y b. 1881 AL. 4. Lucille Jane SURRATT; (a.k.a. "Lucy") (3rd d/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1819, Morgan Co., AL. Was a01y living with parents in the 1820 Census for Warren Co., TN. Was a11y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. Was a21y living with parents in the 1840 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. Was a31y living with Wid Mother the 1850 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. d. Unknown, Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a32y she married (c1851) in Tishomingo Co., MS. Mr. Andrew Jackson DRIVER; [REF:#90, Pg178] Not Traced! 5. Elizabeth B. SURRATT; (4th d/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1820, Morgan Co., AL. Was a10y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. Was a20y living with parents in the 1840 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. d. before c1858, a38y Tishomingo Co., MS? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a20y she married (c1840) in Tishomingo Co., MS. Mr. Robert HYMMAN; [REF:#90, Pg178] (s/o M/M HYMMAN Parents) b. Unknown They had at least 4 Children born to this short Union: 5.1 1st Dau: Lucille R. HAYMMAN, b. c1840 5.2 1st Son: David W. HAYMMAN, b. c1842 5.3 2nd Dau: Mary Jane HAYMMAN, b. c1844 5.4 3rd Dau: Henrietta HAYMMAN, b. c1846 6. Amelia SURRATT; (5th d/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1820, Morgan Co., AL. Was a10y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. Was a20y living with parents in the 1840 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. d. Unknown Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At a22y she married (c1844) in Tishomingo Co., MS. Mr. Andrew Jackson YANCY; [REF:#90, Pg178] 7. William Wright SURRATT; (2nd s/o Jacob,1 SARRATT & Mother: Lucinda MORELAND) b. c1825, Morgan Co., AL. Was a05y living with parents in the 1830 Census for Morgan Co., AL. Was a15y living with parents in the 1840 Census for Tishomingo Co., MS. d. after 1900 Census, a75y at Ft. Smith, Sebastin Co., AR. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) Sebastin Co., AR. At a24y he married on 20 Aug 1849 Tishomingo Co., MS. Mrs. Amanda (HARRIS) TWILLER [REF:#90, Pg178] (d/o M/M HARRIS) (widow/o Mr. TWILLER) b. c1826, Unknown Co., AL. d. Unknown (bfr 1900, a74) Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had at least 5 Children born to this Union:
Possible Record Problem:
In [REF:#90, Pg178] list marriage in 1840, but Census records show older wife, plus I doubt Amanda L. SORRELL, was only 12 years old at the time of this marriage ..prs
As Noted in [REF:#90], Pg 178
Melkijah SURRATT, reputedly graduated from College at North Bend, Indiana, and became a "Lawyer" but never practiced. Instead he became a successful merchant and planter in Booneville, Prentiss Co., MS.
He enlisted as a Private in Company A, 2nd Regiment "Tishomingo Rifles" of the MS. Infanrty during the Civil War in the Confederate Army and was promoted to "Captain" and became the "Regimental Quartermaster." After the War, Melkijah SURRATT was appointed "Agent" for the NOBILE & OHIO Railroad at Booneville, in Prentiss Co. MS. He was a "Representive" in the lower branch of the MS. State Legislature, and helped frame and pass a Bill signed by the MS. Governor on 14 Dec. 1859 to make a seat of Justice for the newley formed district at Cornith, in Alcorn Co., MS. He was on the "Board of School Commissioners" and was a "Justice of the Peace".
See Biographical Profile: William W. SURRATT;
|As Noted in [REF:#90], Pg 178|
Samuel Boule SURRATT was born in 1832 in Alabama and died on 09 Jul. 1881 at the age of 49 in Mississippi. He is buried in the Henry Cemetery, Alcorn Co., MS. He married Pattie FLOURNEY of Tennessee and they had four children.
He became a Methodist Minister and worked in Louisiana where he was a Chaplain for the 19th Louisiana Confederate Infantry. He then removed to Tennessee and also worked in Paducah, McCracken Co., KY.
|Source & Reference Notes!||[REF:#001]||Teri Jo Williams||
TERI JO WILLIAMS, 19010 CABALLERO DRIVE APPLE VALLEY CA USA 92308
Jacob Seratt Or SURRATT (AFN: 17RV-N3J) Pedigree
Jacob Seratt Or SURRATT (AFN:17RV-N3J)
(s/o M/M Surratt Or SARRATT (AFN:17RW-0D3)
b. 21 Nov 1790 , , North Carolina
d. 08 Oct 1844 , , Mississippi
Buried: Oct 1844 Farmington Cem., Alcorn, Mississippi
Married: c1815 , , Tennessee
Miss Lucinda Prob MORELAND (AFN:17RV-N4Q)
(d/o M/M MORELAND Parents)
b. 12 May 1791 , , Tennessee
d. 06 Jun 1875 , , Mississippi
Buried: Jun 1875 Farmington Cem., Alcorn, Mississippi
1. Dau: Sarah Moreland SURRATT(AFN:17RV-NN2) TN. b. c1816 d. Bef 1858
2. Son: Melkijah SURRATT (AFN:17RV-NRN) AL. b. c1818 d. c1863
3. Dau: Nancy SURRATT (AFN:17RV-NZW) AL. b. c1821
4. Son: William Wright SURRATT(AFN:17RV-P2H) AL. b. 03 Mar 1825 d. 1901 AR.?
5. Dau: Elizabeth B. SURRATT (AFN:17RV-PKL) AL. b. c1829 d. Bef 1858
6. Son: Joseph E. SURRATT (AFN:17RV-NDD) AL. b. 17 May 1830 d. 11 Apr 1840, MS.
7. Dau: Ann Eliza SURRATT (AFN:17RV-PH6) AL. b. c1826
8. Son: John Moreland Suratt (AFN:17RW-05M) AL. b. c1827 d. Aft 1860 Prob, Mcnairy, TN.
9. Son: Samuel Boule Suratt (AFN:17RV-PQM) AL. b. c1832 d. 9 Jul 1881 MS.
10. Dau: Lucy Jane SURRATT (AFN:17RV-P19) AL. b. c1837
11. Dau: Amelia Or Cornelia (AFN:17RV-PT8) AL. b. c1838
As usual Terri Jo "Copied" this family from the 1980 work of [REF:#90, Pg177] made no comments as to her/his source! made no further research! just submitted this 1994 as her own work. ..prs
|[REF:#002]||Andrew T. Surratt||
ANDREW T SURRATT, E-Mail: Andy53J@aol.com
1402 S MARIE STREET ST CHARLES IL. USA 60174
Jacob SURRATT, 1790-1844 (AFN: 1WGP-ZQR) Pedigree
Son of JAMES SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-B7D)
(s/o M/M SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-B50)
b. c1770, NC.? d. c1830, a60y
At a20y (bfr 1790) married Miss MARY (AFN:1WGP-ZPK)
b. Abt. 1768
1. 1st Son: Jacob SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-ZQR) b. c1790-1844 a54y
1. 2nd Son: William H SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-ZR0) b. c1806-c1880 a74y
2. 3rd Son: John SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-ZTD) b. c1815
3. 1st Dau: Lucinda SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-ZS6) b. c1816
4. 2nd Dau: Laura SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-ZVL) b. c1820
5. 4th Son: Mcgriefs "Mack" G (AFN:1WGP-ZWS) b. c1823
6. 3rd Dau: Eliza SURRATT (AFN:1WGP-ZX1) b. c1825
7. 5th Son: James Monroe (AFN:1WGP-ZZ7) b. c1826
Possible Record Problem:|
Andy, has this Jacob,1 SURRATT (1790-1844) as 1st s/o James & Mary SURRATT. This is NOT correct.
See: James,4 SARRATT Family Profile.
James,4 SARRATT had a son named Jacob,3 SURRATT, (1809-1892) See: SFA Profile! Tippah Co., MS. ...prs
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Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT (1917-1987) The SFA "Work-Books" were compiled by "States" listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)© site. ..prs