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Samuel CORNWALL died Unknown. He married Sarah COOKE.

Sarah COOKE [Parents] died before 1720. She married Samuel CORNWALL.


Living [Parents]

Living [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Isaac Higbee ROGERS

Living

Keziah STRING was born Unknown. She died Unknown. She married Living.

They had the following children:

  F i Living

BRAZELL was born in 1874 in <Lonoke,Ar>. He married Mary Cordelia LINDER.

Line 27262 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
NAME /BRAZELL/ SURN BRAZELL

Mary Cordelia LINDER [Parents] was born on 08 Oct 1878 in ,Lonoke,Ar. She died on 13 Sep 1964. She married BRAZELL.

Other marriages:
STORMENT, John

Sources are in father's notes
Mike and Ruthie,
Was pleased to hear from you today. What information I have on my "little
granny" is limited but I will tell you what I know. She is the daughter of
Virgil Linder and Mary Berry. I believe there were four sons: John Lee,
Arthur. Ed, and Wesley. ( I remember Arthur and Wesley very well.). I do not
have the birth or death dates on any of these.
Mary Cordelia Linder married John Storment (the son of William Jefferson
Storment and Elizabeth Caroline Floyd). John was born August 30, 1873 in
Tishomingo Co., Ms. and died December 25, 1922 in Haskell Co., Ok.. They
were married in Ar. moved to Ok. and both are buried in Antioch Cemetery,
Haskell Co., Ok.
John and Mary Cordelia (Delia) had four sons and two daughters: William
Herbert (My Dad), Clarence (who died young), Mary Alice, Lee Gordon, Ruth
Lou, and Porter Jefferson. These children were born in Yell Co., Ar..
Most of her grand kids called her "Little Granny" because she was a
small woman. She was a comical little lady who never caught up with the
times. She always wore long skirts and dresses and high top shoes.
Underneath she wore several pettycoats. She kept what little money she had
in a tobacco sack pinned to one of those pettycoats. She was modest to
extremes. My wife Doris and I would take her to buy groceries and she would
have us shield her in a corner so that she could get her money. In her later
years she had bad circulatory problems. Doris took her to the doctors office
one time and she slapped the doctor because he reached down to feel her ankle
that was swollen. She would not let him see her feet or legs.
When she moved into a house, that for the first time, had an inside
bathroom she thought the commode was a mop bucket as no one in their right
mind would think of doing something like that in the house. When she got her
first electric refrigerator she almost burned it up by wraping quilts around
it to help keep the cool inside. I had a hard time convincing her not to do
that. I could go on and on about my Little Granny and the way she lived her
life. There will never be another like her.
I left home at 18 to make a career in the Army and only got to see her
from time to time after that. I was stationed at Ft. Riley, Ks in 1964 and
TDY at Fort Hood, Tx. I had been going back to Ks. on the week-ends to be
with my own family but, one weekend I had the feeling that I needed to go to
Stigler, Ok. to see my parents and Little Granny. I went to see her early on
a Saturday morning. When I reached her house I knew there was something
wrong. Going inside I found her in bed still alive but near death. I called
a doctor and my Mom and Dad but before either could get there my Little
Granny was gone.
Ruthie if there is anything else I can tell you about Mary Cordelia Linder
please let me know. My address is 1156 South Broadway, Joshua, Tx. 76058.

Cliff and Doris Storment


Henry KING III [Parents] was born in Duplin Co.,Nc. He died on 19 Dec 1762 in Duplin Co.,Nc. He married Ann SNELL.

Posted By: Shirley Hampton
Email: hampton2@flash.net
Subject:
Re: Michael King, Eng>Nansemond Co. Va 1646
Post Date: August 04, 1998 at 22:07:26
Message URL:
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Forum: King Family Genealogy Forum
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The Henry King who m. Ann Snell was b. in Duplin Co.,NC. His
will was dated 19 Dec 1762 Duplin Co.,NC wills page 260-262 bk A.
Do not know his exact birth date, he died leaving Ann with 4 young
children. She remarried to Stephen Blackman. Henry's parents were
Michael King II & Isabell. His siblings were Mary, Michael, Penelope,
Catherine, John & Isabell. I do not know anything about Polly King
or the Copelands.
__________
Revolutionary War Records Duplin and Sampson Counties, NC
By Virginia L. Bizzell and Oscar M. Bizzell

KING, Stephen, Private, N.C. Militia
Soldier served in a company of militia commanded by Capt. Michael
King and Col. James Kenan, and participated in the Battle of Moore's
Creek Bridge. He was born to Henry and Ann Snell King on 1 Feb
1756, married Amy Oates on 15 Feb 1779 in Duplin County, N.C.
Died before 12 July 1812.
Their children were
1- Elizabeth who married 1st to Elemuel Bizzell and 2nd to Frederick
Sewell and they removed to Dyer county, Tenn.
2- Michael who married Seney Oates.
3- Jethro who married Michele Oates.
4- Ann who married Lewis Cogdell.
5- John who married Ann Cogdell and removed to Alabama.
6- Alvin who married Martha Thomas and they removed to Tennessee.
7- Urvin who may have died young.
8- Benajah who was born 1799 and died 1857. And
9- Allen who died in 1848.

Ann SNELL [Parents] was born in 1737. She died on 18 Jan 1811 in Davidson County,Tennessee. She married Henry KING III.

Other marriages:
BLACKMAN, Stephen
MCCLENDON, Simon

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~aihbt/profiles/king.html
KING

Of the first four generations of the King family, we know very little.
Michael King, from Norwich, England came to Nansemond County,
Virginia about 1646. He married Elizabeth Hirey [or Carey] c.1650.
Their son, Henry King(1650s-1714) lived in Chowan County, NC. In
1684 he married (2) Catherine Clark , the daughter of John Clarke and his
wife Mary Falkeof Surry County. Their third son, Michael King(1704-
1741) lived in Bertie Co. NC and married Isabel Ferguson . The second
Henry King married Ann Snell (1737-1811),the daughter of Roger Snell,
Jr .(1682-1759) and his wife Ann Pickering (or Mary Cassell).

Henry wrote his will in Duplin County in 1762 and must have died
soon after at about the age of 34, his children all under the age of 10. His
will mentions three sons: Henry, Stephen (Steve), and Charles; and a
daughter, Mary. Ann married for the second time to Stephen Blackman.
After his death she married Simon McClendon. They moved to Davidson
County, Tennessee where she died on January 18, 1811 according to the
records of the Mills Creek Baptist Church. [The information about the life
of Ann Snell King after the death of this first husband was supplied by
Cleve Weathers, of Nashville, TN, a descendent of her marriage to
Stephen Blackman.]

They had the following children:

  M i Charles KING was born calculated 1753. He died Unknown.
  M ii Stephen KING
  M iii Henry KING IV was born calculated 1758. He died Unknown.
  F iv Mary KING was born calculated 1761. She died Unknown.

Simon MCCLENDON died Unknown. He married Ann SNELL after 11 Mar 1776.

Ann SNELL [Parents] was born in 1737. She died on 18 Jan 1811 in Davidson County,Tennessee. She married Simon MCCLENDON after 11 Mar 1776.

Other marriages:
KING III, Henry
BLACKMAN, Stephen

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~aihbt/profiles/king.html
KING

Of the first four generations of the King family, we know very little.
Michael King, from Norwich, England came to Nansemond County,
Virginia about 1646. He married Elizabeth Hirey [or Carey] c.1650.
Their son, Henry King(1650s-1714) lived in Chowan County, NC. In
1684 he married (2) Catherine Clark , the daughter of John Clarke and his
wife Mary Falkeof Surry County. Their third son, Michael King(1704-
1741) lived in Bertie Co. NC and married Isabel Ferguson . The second
Henry King married Ann Snell (1737-1811),the daughter of Roger Snell,
Jr .(1682-1759) and his wife Ann Pickering (or Mary Cassell).

Henry wrote his will in Duplin County in 1762 and must have died
soon after at about the age of 34, his children all under the age of 10. His
will mentions three sons: Henry, Stephen (Steve), and Charles; and a
daughter, Mary. Ann married for the second time to Stephen Blackman.
After his death she married Simon McClendon. They moved to Davidson
County, Tennessee where she died on January 18, 1811 according to the
records of the Mills Creek Baptist Church. [The information about the life
of Ann Snell King after the death of this first husband was supplied by
Cleve Weathers, of Nashville, TN, a descendent of her marriage to
Stephen Blackman.]


Roger SNELL was born Unknown. He died on 27 Oct 1758 in Date of will in Duplin Co.,Nc. He married Ann PICKERING.

North Carolina Historical & Genealogical Register
Vol. I Abstract of North Carolina Wills, 1690-1760

Page 349
Snell, Roger. Duplin County.
October 27, 1758. April 11, 1759. Sons: James (land and two
negroes), Roger ("my plantation and three negroes"). Daughters:
Purthany Snell, Mary King, Rebecca Herring (negroes to each).
Sons-in-law: Abraham Herring and Michael King. Wife: Ann.
Executors: Michael King and George Bell. Witnesses: John King,
John Canady, Jesse Bell. Clerk of the Court: John Dickson.

Page 490
Snell, Roger, Duplin, Oct. 27th, 1758; Jan'y 2nd, 1759. Son James,
daughter Parthony, son Roger, wife Ann, daughters Mary Kornegay
and Rebecca Herring, daughter Ann King, son-in-law Michael King and
George Bell Exrs. Test, John King, John Canaday, Jesse Bell.

This may be Rogers father or Grandfather
Page 349
Snell, Roger.
June, 1708. November 26, 1708. Son: Roger. Wife and Executrix:
Elizabeth. Duughter: Katherine. Witnesses: Will Frilie, William Boules,
Nicholas Tylor. Proven before Stephen Cary, Governor.
__________
http://members.nbci.com/MGWalker/1758willrsn.htm
(Transcribed from original located in the North Carolina State Archives
under Duplin County Wills)
In the Name of God Amen. The twenty seventh day of October in the
year of our Lord one thousand and seven hundred and fifty-eight. I, Roger
Snell, of Duplin, planter, being very sick and weak in body but in perfect
mind and memory thanks be to God therefore calling to mind the mortality
of my body, and knowing it is appointed for me once to die do make and
ordain this my Last Will and Testament, that is to say principal and first
of all, I give and recommend my soul to the hands of God that gave it, and
for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian-like
and decent manner at the discretion of my executors, nothing doubting but
at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty
power of God. As touching such Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased
God to bless me in this life I give, devise and dispose the same in the
following manner.
I give and bequeath to my well beloved son James Snell two Negro boys -
Ben and Nat and fifty acres land lying on the East side of Six Runs. ***to
Abraham Herrings Going to Abraham Herrings land and one feather bed
and furniture to him and one gun and my Negro fellow Luk after my wife's
decease and my carpenter's and Suemaker's tools to him and his heirs
forever. Item -I give to my well beloved daughter Partheny Snell: two
Negro boys AmerJezer and Lonon, one feather bed, and furniture to her.
Item- I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Roger Snell three Negro
boys -James Andrew and Green and Harry and one feather bed and
furniture and my plantation whereon I now live with one hundred acres
of land thereto belonging, one rifle gun and on set of cooper's tools to him
and his heirs. Item- I lend to my well beloved wife Ann Snell my Negro
Luk and my Negro wench Betsy and my Negro wench Bess and all the
rest of my goods and chattels and house furniture during her widowhood.
And if she should marry giving good and sufficient security not to defraud
the Legatees out of their right. I lend it to her during her natural life the
same shall be divided in manner & form as follows:
Item- I * to my well beloved Daughter Mary King my Negro wench Bess
and increase from the date of said wench at the decease of my wife. Item-
I give to my well beloved daughter Rebaca Herring one Negro wench Betsy
and her increase from date here of and the said wench at the decease of my
wife. Item- I give to my well beloved son-in-law Abraham Herring one
hundred and fifty acres of land within the plantation he now lives on and
to his heirs. Item- I give to my well beloved daughter Ann King one Negro
boy named Need and her heirs. Item- I give and bequeath in manner and
form as follows: all the goods and chattels and house furnishings as I have
lent to my wife excepting the engross at my wife's decease to be equally
divided between my son James Snell and my daughter Partheny Snell and
my son Roger Snell. Item- I give to my well beloved son-in-law Michael
King all my land that is not before mentioned & to him and his heirs * and
I likewise constitute and ordain Michael King and George Bell my only and
sole Executors of this my Last will and Testament and do hereby utterly as
a law revoke and disavow all and every other and former testaments, will,
legatees, and bequeaths and Executions by me in any wise before this time.
Named and bequeathed I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and
year above written Signed, sealed and discharged by the said as his Last
will and testament in the presence of us the subscribers
John King
John Cenedy Roger Snell
Jesse Bell
Probated 2 June 1759
Will Bk 2 pg. 442 Sampson Co Ct House

Ann PICKERING died Unknown. She married Roger SNELL.

They had the following children:

  F i Ann SNELL
  F ii Partheny SNELL was born Unknown. She died Unknown.
  M iii Roger SNELL was born Unknown. He died Unknown.
  F iv Mary SNELL
  F v Rebecca SNELL
  M vi James SNELL was born Unknown. He died Unknown.

Living

Living [Parents]


William GAINEY [Parents] was born on 12 Nov 1757 in Ruffin's Mill in Edgecombe County,n.C.. He died Unknown. He married Martha UNKNOWN.

REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS, DUPLIN
AND SAMPSON COUNTIES, NORTH CAROLINA.
by Virginia L. Bizzell & Oscar M. Bizzell. 1997
GAINEY, William, private, N.C. Militia
Born 12 Nov 1757 at Ruffin's Mill in Edgecombe County, N.C.
along the Big Contentnea River to Barthomew and _____ Reddick
Gainey. Later, he lived in the Sampson County area on the east side
of Great Coharie River where he enlisted.
A daughter, Druzellia married Barzillia Blackman but soon
returned to her father's house and refused to live with her husband.
Barzillia Blackman went to the Legislature asking to be divorced.
The divorce was not granted and the couple later produced a large
number of children.

BLACKMAN, BARZILLA (Brazella), Private NC Militia

Soldier was living in Sampson County in 1785.
About this time Brazilla married Drusilla Gainey,
daughter of William and Martha Gainey.

Martha UNKNOWN was born Unknown. She died Unknown. She married William GAINEY.

They had the following children:

  F i Drusilla GAINEY

John HILL [Parents] was born on 02 Aug 1795 in North Carolina. He died Unknown. He married Elizabeth ELDRIDGE in 1818 in Johnston Co.,Nc.

Elizabeth ELDRIDGE was born Unknown. She died Unknown. She married John HILL in 1818 in Johnston Co.,Nc.

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