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8. CHAMBERS E.3 RAMSEY (CHARLES CAMPBELL2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born November 14, 1827 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died October 03, 1881 in Overton County, Tennessee. He married MARENA SPECK 1850, daughter of NANCY SPECK. She was born February 09, 1829, and died June 05, 1901 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for CHAMBERS E. RAMSEY:
Dates obtained from the Ramsey Bible in posession of Ron Dishman
1850 Overton County TN Census
9 862 863 Ramsey Chambers 22 M Farmer TN
10 862 863 Ramsey Manerva 20 F TN
11 862 863 Ramsey Helbert 11/12 M TN
12 862 863 Speck Catharine 15 F TN

Children of CHAMBERS RAMSEY and MARENA SPECK are:
23. i. TILBERT4 RAMSEY, b. June 07, 1850, Falling Springs, Overton County, Tennessee; d. February 14, 1930, Monterey, Putnam County, Tennessee.
24. ii. MARRIETTA RAMSEY, b. December 13, 1851, Overton County, Tennessee; d. 1899.
iii. ALBERT RAMSEY, b. December 25, 1853, Overton County, Tennessee; d. September 25, 1854, Overton County, Tennessee.
iv. INFANT RAMSEY, b. May 15, 1855; d. 1855.

9. EPSY ELENDER3 RAMSEY (CHARLES CAMPBELL2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born March 29, 1831 in Overton Co Tennessee, and died July 28, 1896 in Overton Co Tennessee. She married CHARLES M. ALLRED Unknown, son of JOHNATHON ALLRED and NANCY WALKER. He was born February 19, 1809, and died July 01, 1860.

Notes for EPSY ELENDER RAMSEY:
Per Nancy Allman;
This Allred Cemetery is in the Allred Community, across Highway 85 from the
Allred Post Office. It is not the same cemetery where Martha Ann and Solomon
Allred are buried.

 


Child of EPSY RAMSEY and CHARLES ALLRED is:
25. i. PIERSON MANSFIELD4 ALLRED, b. November 25, 1857; d. January 28, 1924.

10. CHANSON3 RAMSEY (CHARLES CAMPBELL2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born December 17, 1840 in Tennessee, and died April 25, 1909 in Overton County, Tennessee. He married CLARINDA A. CHRISTIAN Unknown, daughter of JOHN CHRISTIAN and REBECCA. She was born December 07, 1834 in Tennessee, and died March 23, 1915 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for CLARINDA A. CHRISTIAN:
buried at Falling Springs Cemetery near Allred, Overton Co. TN

 


Child of CHANSON RAMSEY and CLARINDA CHRISTIAN is:
26. i. VELENAR "LENA"4 RAMSEY, b. March 11, 1869; d. January 19, 1928.

11. SANFORD GRAY3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born July 31, 1833 in Morgan County, Tennessee, and died July 1913 in Overton County, Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH CATHERINE SPECK 1855, daughter of NANCY SPECK. She was born September 21, 1835 in Tennessee, and died November 01, 1876 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for SANFORD GRAY RAMSEY:
He was an innovative person that could do things that no one else could do. Owned a watermill and sawmill and he took no money from widows or orphans. He wore a bearskin to scare others.
Buried in Wilson Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee.
He was a blacksmith during the Civil War and did horse shoeing for soldiers in his area. He also ran a grist mill making flour and corn meal.
After his wife died he gave his children to relatives to raise.
Buried in Wilson Cemetery in Cliff Springs, Overton County, Tennessee.
"Memories told of Sanford Ramsey", published in the Overton County Historical Society Newsletter, told by Janet Ramsey. The following accounts are told through the memories of Laura and Charles Ramsey. Charles Ramsey heard stories from his grandparents, Burt and Ethel Padgett.
According to the stories told about Sanford Ramsey he was the average mountainman of his time he was an individual whose character generated questions and thoughtful speculation.
Sanford is buried at the Wilson Cemetery about 1 mile from where his grist mill once stood. His grave is marked by a stone donated by his great grandchildren, Horace Ramseys children. The stone was set in place by their Uncle, Early Padgett.
One of his last wishes was to be buried wearing new shoes. This wish was granted by his son Hillary, who had to walk several miles to Hanging Limb to find the size 12, which was at that time considered to be very large. Unfortunately, it was not possible to bury Sanford by his wife because he had died during the summer and the creek was up. They could not wait until it went down to bury him.
Sanford had spent many hours in the graveyard at the foot of Cub Mountain where his wife, Elizabeth Catherine Speck Ramsey was buried. In fact he probably was thought of on many occasions to a "haint" by the people who passed by the cemetery during the night. Sanford marked Elizabeth's grave by a huge rock that he had dragged by oxen to the area. This rock was placed on smaller rocks that had marked the head & foot of his wife's grave. Sanford was reported to have slept many nights on that rock. If it rained, the large rock was held high enough off the ground that he could spend the night sleeping under it. Sanford and Elizabeth were the parents of eleven children. However both Elizabeth and an infant died in childbirth on November 1, 1876. after Elizabeth died Sanford gave all of his children to others in the area. No one can really determine why he did this, one can only speculate on why he took such action.. However, it would be unfair to judge him without taking into consideration the area and time of his decision. According to Hillary, SANFORD did not seem to give the children away without caring about what happened to them. He chose to leave Hillary with two old maids. SANFORD would come periodically to see if the woman where treating Hillary right. He would visit Hillary for a while, however, he would refuse to go inside the house.
Even SANFORD'S mode of transportation seemed to be different than the rest of the mountaineers. According to Ethel Padgett, he has a two wheeled wagon pulled by a pair of oxen. The wagon had two deer antlers attached around the top of it so people recognize SANFORD'S wagon easily.
Sanford built a dam on top of a falls which would back up water about a mile on East Fork. This area has been commonly known as the Ramsey Mill Hole and is located about seven miles north of Monterey. He used this dam to run his grist and saw mill. The mill was a wooden structure and was a down shoot mill, meaning that the water ran under the wheel to turn it. He hauled the grinding stones from Nashville up the mountain by oxen and built the rest of the mill by himself.
Charles Ramsey has seen the saw that SANFORD used in his mill, Charles remembers the saw being five to eight feet long and resembled a large cross-cut with heavy coarse teeth. Ernest Ramsey had possession of the saw.
Charles Ramsey also has the last known piece of steel anchor of the gristmill. Charles and his son Brian broke the steel out of the rock at the site.
The Ramsey Mill Hole has been a favorite swimming spot for residents around the area for many years. Charles, Janet, and Brian have made several trips down the narrow, winding path through the woods to get where the mill once stood. The deep cool water, the falls, and our knowledge of SANFORD cause us to reflect on our heritage.
Even SANFORD's house was unusual according to Burt Padgett. The wooden house was one room with six or eight sides. It was constructed with open beams with a hole in the middle of the roof with no chimney. He would build his fires in the middle of the room and the smoke would escape through the hole in the roof. SANFORD cooked about once a week over the fire. His diet consisted of mainly cornmeal and molasses.
As a child one of Burt Padgett's chores was to take corn to SANFORD's to be ground. He didn't like this chore for two reasons. One reason was if SANFORD saw Burt coming, he would pull a bear skin over himself and hide behind a tree and then jump out and scare Burt. The other reason Burt didn't like the chore, was that SANFORD refused to take a toll of the cornmeal as pay for grinding Burt's corn. SANFORD refused to charge widows and orphans for the work that he did for them. Burt was a proud individual and he hated to be treated like an orphan, but SANFORD stuck to his policy even if Burt didn't want it that way.
SANFORD was also different from his neighbors because he owned a movie projector. The projector was powered by coal oil and he showed a movie about a sleeping man who had a mouse crawl into his open mouth. He traveled to many schools to show this movie to the students. If the school was a great distance, he would take two days for the trip and at night sleep under his wagon or a building.
One photograph of SANFORD in his later years was circulated by Dovie Sisco, Hillary's granddaughter. In this photograph, SANFORD is setting on a small wagon. He appears to be a large man, partially bald, with white hair and a rather short beard. He is peering above a pair of glasses.
Charles Ramsey has a pair of SANFORD's glasses that appears to be the ones that he is wearing in the photograph. These glasses are about an inch high and one and one-fourth inches wide. The metal ear pieces are adjustable with small loops on the end. A cotton string safety strap was tied in the loops so that the glasses would not fall off SANFORD's head.
A few days before SANFORD became ill and died, he came to Obey City and rested under a large tree for some time. Shortly after he left, someone found the glasses and gave them to a family friend to return to SANFORD. Before the friend could return the glasses, SANFORD had died. The friend gave the glasses to Early Padgett, who in turn gave the glasses to his nephew Charles.
After SANFORD died there were rumors that he had hidden money somewhere. No one ever reported any money found. Horace Ramsey thought that SANFORD had some money, but that it was probably used by Ellen and Andy Padgett who took care of SANFORD when he was older. Horace had hoped that if there was any money that they got it, because they were good to SANFORD in his last years.
Written by Janet Ramsey

 

Notes for ELIZABETH CATHERINE SPECK:
Her mother was part Cherokee Indian and died of Tuberculosis
Buried in Wilson Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee

Children of SANFORD RAMSEY and ELIZABETH SPECK are:
27. i. ALVIN HAYSTON4 RAMSEY, b. June 18, 1856, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
28. ii. WILLIAM RUFUS RAMSEY, b. September 12, 1858, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
iii. NANCY ELINDER RAMSEY, b. January 18, 1860, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. ANDREW PADGETT, 1879, Tennessee; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iv. LEON B. RAMSEY, b. September 04, 1861; d. Unknown.
29. v. BENJAMIN GRAY RAMSEY, b. May 02, 1862, Poteet, Overton County, Tennessee; d. March 29, 1926, Lockesburg, Sevier County, Arkansas.
30. vi. MARY MORNING RAMSEY, b. February 07, 1864, Fentress County, Tnnessee; d. Unknown.
vii. ALTY MIRY RAMSEY, b. February 21, 1866, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. BILL CHAFFIN, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
31. viii. ROBERT S. RAMSEY, b. January 11, 1868; d. Unknown.
32. ix. CHAMBERS FLOYD RAMSEY, b. March 15, 1870, Overton County, Tennessee; d. March 07, 1947, Paris, Texas.
33. x. JAMES HILARY RAMSEY, b. June 11, 1872, Overton County, Tennessee; d. May 01, 1946, Monterey, Overton County, Tennessee.
34. xi. CATHERINE E. RAMSEY, b. June 23, 1874, Overton County, Tennessee; d. March 17, 1906.
xii. INFANT RAMSEY, b. November 01, 1876, Overton County, Tennessee; d. November 01, 1876, Overton County, Tennessee.

12. ALFRED G.3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born May 08, 1835 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died 1866 in Overton County, Tennessee. He married MARTHA ANN FRENCH May 26, 1855, daughter of MARTIN FRENCH and JUDIA BOWMAN. She was born February 09, 1834, and died December 22, 1921 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for MARTHA ANN FRENCH:
Source: Nancy Allman
Allred Cemetery is located in the Monroe area of Overton Co. TN, on the road
between Monroe and Oak Dale.
On the 1910 Overton Co. TN Census, she was listed as the mother of 7 children
with 6 still living.


Children of ALFRED RAMSEY and MARTHA FRENCH are:
35. i. ARRILLA PORTER4 RAMSEY, b. March 26, 1856; d. October 25, 1919, Overton County, Tennessee.
ii. WASHINGTON RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1860, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1870, Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for WASHINGTON RAMSEY:
Source: Nancy Allman
This child is only mentioned on the 1860 Census.

36. iii. BENJAMIN CAMPBELL RAMSEY, b. 1861, Overton County, Tennessee; d. March 13, 1926, Columbus, Georgia.
iv. SARAH ELIZABETH RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1865; d. Unknown.

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH RAMSEY:
Source: Nancy Allman
On 8 Aug. 1880, in Overton Co. TN, a S.E.E.E.P. Ramsey married L.D. Armstrong. On the 1880 Census, Laton D. Armstrong (son of Thomas M. and Sarah Jane McDonald Armstrong lived very close to this Sarah Ramsey. Many members of the Ramsey family also had very long names, so it is possible that this is the correct marriage for this child. On the 1880 Census, he was 18 and she was 16. The "History of Overton Co. TN" gives the wife of Laton Douglas Armstrong as Maggie. This could be a second wife or the above listed marriage may not be correct.

13. WILLIAM JASON3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born April 12, 1838 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died July 21, 1903 in Calfkiller River, Bald Knob, White County, Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH C. FRENCH April 26, 1857 in Overton County, Tennessee, daughter of MARTIN FRENCH and JUDIA BOWMAN. She was born March 09, 1838 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died April 01, 1932 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for WILLIAM JASON RAMSEY:
All decendant family information provided by Ron Phillips ronp@helptrac.com
Source for following information: Nancy Allman
On the 1870 Census of Overton Co. TN, this family is living in the 10th
District.
On the 1900 Census of TN, this family was living in White Co., in Sparta Town.
They are the third family listed on the reel for this county. William J. was
listed as a day laborer. Robert P., Benjamin M., and Abi were living with
William J. and Elizabeth C.
The obituary of his wife states that he was drowned in Calfkiller creek, near Sparta, about 1896, together with two small girsl, one of whom was his granddaughter.

 

Notes for ELIZABETH C. FRENCH:
Source for following infoermation:
The cause of death listed no medical aid. Bettie Allred was the informant.
On the 1900 Census, she is listed as the mother of 10 children with 8 still
living.
By 1910, she was back in Overton Co. TN and widowed. She was living with her
daughter and son-in-law, Winnie and John Allred. She was shown as having had
10 children with 6 still living. She could read but not write.
Her obituary was in the Livingston Enterprise on 8 April 1932. She was listed as "of the 12th District of Overton Co." and died at the home of her grandson, Tim Allred. "She received injuries in a fall some time ago, from which she had not recovered, and became sick only a few days before her death." "She had been a devout member of the church for more than sixty years."
At the time of her death, she was the oldest person living in her community.

 


Children of WILLIAM RAMSEY and ELIZABETH FRENCH are:
37. i. WINIFORD THERESA K.4 RAMSEY, b. June 16, 1858, Overton County, TN; d. October 28, 1927, Overton County, Tennessee.
ii. NARCISSA RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1861; d. Unknown.
38. iii. MARGARET LORETTA VESTINE RAMSEY, b. March 22, 1864, Overton County, Tennessee; d. July 27, 1947, Battle Creek, Calhoun County, Michigan.
iv. MARY M. RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1865, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. ABRAM VAUGHN, June 04, 1878, Overton County, Tennessee; b. November 22, 1860, Overton County, Tennessee; d. June 23, 1935, Overton County, Tennessee.
39. v. REBECCA ELLEN RAMSEY, b. May 15, 1866, Overton County, Tennessee; d. April 15, 1923, Crawford, Overton County, Tennessee.
vi. ARMON A. RAMSEY, b. 1869, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1932.

Notes for ARMON A. RAMSEY:
Source: Nancy Allman
He wrote a letter to his grandfather, Martin L. French, on 5 Feb. 1893. At the time, he was living in Elijah, TN. In it, he states: "I learned when I got home that Judie had runaway with Hull Usrey last wednesday night, Hamtlton's girls stealing her out at prayer meeting for him..." This may refer to his sister, listed as J.V. Ramsey on the census. He is not listed in the household of his parents or on the TN Soundex for 1900.

vii. ROBERT PORTER RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1871, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
viii. JUDY VELMA RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1874, Overton County, Tennessee; d. 1902, White County, Tennessee; m. HUL HIGSON USREY, February 01, 1893, White County, Tennessee; b. April 16, 1867; d. July 28, 1944, White County, Tennessee.
ix. BENJAMIN MARTIN RAMSEY, b. January 06, 1877, Overton County, Tennessee; d. April 04, 1966, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; m. MARY ELIZABETH HERD, January 01, 1902, Sparta, White County, TN; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

Notes for BENJAMIN MARTIN RAMSEY:
Source: Nancy Allman
On the 1900 Census of White Co. TN, he was living with his parents and was listed as a carpenter. His date of death may have been 1961 (notes difficult to read). His mother's obituary states that he was a merchant of Kansas City, MO.

x. JAMES ABI RAMSEY, b. July 14, 1881, Livingston, Overton County, TN; d. Unknown; m. RUBY BAKER, Private; b. Private.

Notes for JAMES ABI RAMSEY:
Source: Nancy Allman
On the 1900 Census of White Co. TN, he was living with his parents and was listed as a salesman of groceries. He worked with the US Government and traveled extensively in government service all over the US and Alaska. His mother's obituary states that he was a government employee, living at Anchorage, AK.

14. MARY J.3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born November 08, 1842 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died August 19, 1880 in Overton County, Tennessee. She married GEORGE BROWN Unknown. He was born 1837, and died Unknown.

Children of MARY RAMSEY and GEORGE BROWN are:
i. MILLARD4 BROWN, b. Abt. 1863; d. Unknown.
ii. SUSAN E. BROWN, b. Abt. 1865; d. Unknown.
iii. JOSEPH W. BROWN, b. Abt. 1867; d. Unknown.

15. ALVIN HASTEN3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born April 02, 1847 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died September 05, 1905 in Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee. He married CANDIS CANTRELL November 17, 1878 in Overton County, Tennessee. She was born January 11, 1860 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died March 22, 1928 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for ALVIN HASTEN RAMSEY:
Buried in Deck Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee

Notes for CANDIS CANTRELL:
Buried in Deck Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee

Children of ALVIN RAMSEY and CANDIS CANTRELL are:
40. i. WILLIAM IRVIN4 RAMSEY, b. March 21, 1880, Overton County, Tennessee; d. June 30, 1958, Overton County, Tennessee.
41. ii. LUCY E. RAMSEY, b. September 1886, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
iii. MINDIE L. RAMSEY, b. January 1890, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. JAMES M. COPELAND, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iv. ALBERT V. RAMSEY, b. September 14, 1896, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

16. JOHN3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1850, and died Unknown. He married ARIZONA ANNA NATION Abt. 1893. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Notes for JOHN RAMSEY:
Source:Nancy Allman
On the 1910 Census of Overton Co. TN, he is listed as being married for 7 years
and it is his second marriage. It is her first marriage. She is the mother of
4 children with 3 living. He is 36 and she is 26.


Children of JOHN RAMSEY and ARIZONA NATION are:
i. INFANT4 RAMSEY, b. Aft. 1893; d. Bef. 1910.
ii. CALLIE LEE RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1894; d. Unknown.
iii. DEHLIA RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1897; d. Unknown.
iv. ROBERT RAMSEY, b. Private.

17. JOSEPH ROBERT3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born March 08, 1851 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died Unknown. He married NANCY A. ALLRED July 25, 1872 in Overton County, Tennessee, daughter of STOKELEY ALLRED and EMMALINE WALKER. She was born May 07, 1858, and died December 08, 1934 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for JOSEPH ROBERT RAMSEY:
Source: Ron Dishman Dishman@twlakes.net

Notes for NANCY A. ALLRED:
Source: Nancy Allman
Her date of birth is also given as 11 May 1857 in some records.
R.C. Allred gives her date of birth as 1857, in West Fork, Overton, TN.

 


Children of JOSEPH RAMSEY and NANCY ALLRED are:
i. JOHN4 RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1874, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
42. ii. BENJAMIN MACK RAMSEY, b. January 11, 1876, Overton County, Tennessee; d. February 07, 1951, Overton County, Tennessee.
iii. JASPER CASS RAMSEY, b. January 07, 1879, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
iv. EMMA ELLEN RAMSEY, b. March 13, 1882, Overton County, Tennessee; d. September 22, 1948, Overton County, Tennessee; m. MARIO RIDLEY ROBBINS, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

Notes for EMMA ELLEN RAMSEY:
Buried in Cooktown Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee

v. ROBERT RAMSEY, b. October 07, 1892, Overton County, Tennessee; d. August 08, 1971, Overton County, Tennessee; m. ALICE LOU LEDBETTER, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

18. AMELIA CATHERINE3 RAMSEY (BENJAMIN2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born May 18, 1858 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died May 27, 1936 in Overton County, Tennessee. She married AMBROSE GORE Unknown. He was born August 10, 1858 in Overton County, Tennessee, and died April 28, 1938 in Overton County, Tennessee.

Notes for AMELIA CATHERINE RAMSEY:
Buried in Deck Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee

Notes for AMBROSE GORE:
Buried in Falling Springs Cemetery in Overton County, Tennessee

Children of AMELIA RAMSEY and AMBROSE GORE are:
43. i. ALIMA LOU ANN4 GORE, b. April 18, 1878, Overton County, Tennessee; d. October 05, 1965, Overton County, Tennessee.
44. ii. MINDA GORE, b. 1880, Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
45. iii. ZURA L. GORE, b. August 1882, Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
46. iv. EDWARD ELBRIDGE GORE, b. July 30, 1886, Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
47. v. ARKLEY B. GORE, b. June 26, 1888, Overton County, Tennessee; d. October 08, 1956, Overton County, Tennessee.
vi. LONZY ERNEST GORE, b. September 1890, Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. NOLA AVO VAUGHN, Unknown; b. July 15, 1894; d. Unknown.
vii. ELZY WAYSON GORE, b. November 1892, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. HATTIE F. BILBREY, Unknown; b. November 07, 1896; d. Unknown.
viii. CUBERT TINZIE GORE, b. July 15, 1895, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Unknown; m. VERDA LEDBETTER, Private; b. Private.
ix. PEARL L. GORE, b. November 1897; d. Unknown.
48. x. ERNAL MAONA GORE, b. October 12, 1900; d. Unknown.

19. WILLIAM C.3 RAMSEY (ABSOLUM2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born 1847, and died 1925. He married NANCY WALKER 1871. She was born Abt. 1853, and died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM C. RAMSEY:


Children of WILLIAM RAMSEY and NANCY WALKER are:
i. COLUMBUS4 RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1867; d. Unknown.
ii. CHARLES RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1875; d. Unknown.
iii. MARTHA RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1880; d. Unknown.

20. A. JACKSON3 RAMSEY (ABSOLUM2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of A. JACKSON RAMSEY is:
49. i. CORA BELLE4 RAMSEY, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

21. CHARLES PRESTON3 RAMSEY (ROBERT2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born August 15, 1849 in Banner Springs, Fentress County, Tennessee, and died August 24, 1935 in Fentress County, Tennessee. He married NANCY ANN ALEXANDER Unknown. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of CHARLES RAMSEY and NANCY ALEXANDER are:
i. LOURAH A.4 RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1875; d. Unknown.
ii. VESTA R. RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1877; d. Unknown.
iii. ROBERT W. RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1879; d. Unknown.

22. ALBERT COFFEE3 RAMSEY (ROBERT2, WILLIAM THOMAS1) was born September 22, 1852, and died September 26, 1936. He married SARAH ISABELL PATTON Unknown. She was born April 27, 1855, and died October 27, 1939.

Children of ALBERT RAMSEY and SARAH PATTON are:
50. i. PERRY EMMIT4 RAMSEY, b. March 14, 1881; d. August 13, 1952.
51. ii. ENA RAMSEY, b. Unknown; d. 1968.
iii. DEWEY RAMSEY, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

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