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151 A female child of Gidion & Amanda Oakley Robinson was born 22 Aug 1883 in Schuyler Co., IL. Jane B. was enumerated in the 1900 census as born about Aug 1883 in IL. Jennie’s death certificate states place of birth as TN and gives a wrong DOB. Cause of death was cerebral thrombosis secondary to arteriosclerosis. Her findagrave memorial records her name as Jennie Valeria Allsbrook, wife of William Howard Allsbrook. She was enumerated as Mrs. W. Howard Allsbrook in 1940. Robertson, Jane B. “Jennie Valeria” (I11490)
 
152 A Jackson Co., TN, marriage is recorded between B. B. Burton [sic] and C. M. Hunter, license dated 23 Dec 1907 and officiated on the same date by J. W. Carver, J. P. Family F4597
 
153 A least one pedigree at ancestry has Winny’s parents as William Miles Buchanan and Mary Ann Gentry. Buchanan, Winny (I17163)
 
154 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28284)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28283)
 
156 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1491)
 
157 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1279)
 
158 A pedigree on ancestry.com indicates an exact marriage date and a maiden name for Louisa. This family was enumerated in the 1860 census in Pittsylvania Co., VA, and Louisa m2 in 1867 per the pension application she filed for her second husband's military service. Mann, William (I10220)
 
159 A photo of Martha and Weston Burton is at http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnsmith/oldpics/burtonmartha.htm. He was enumerated as Western S. Burton, b. ca. 1866, in the 1870 Jackson Co., TN, census. Burton, Weston (I3046)
 
160 A second marriage for both parties. Family F18799
 
161 A September 10, 1946, “Personals” column in the Greensboro Daily News said “Mrs. R. M. Clapp left yesterday to visit her brother, Robert H. Wariner, Cumberland, Md, for about two weeks.” WARINER, Lizzie Lee (I2440)
 
162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5019)
 
163 A widowed 72 yr old Mary W. Ramsay [sic] was enumerated in the 1880 Person Co. census. Humphries, Mary W. (I12816)
 
164 A widowed Elizabeth Hiett (45) was enumerated in Franklin Co. in 1850 with Joseph (19), Margaret (17), Sophia (13), and Elizabeth A. (8).

Elizabeth Hiett (50) was living with her mother, Anna Waid (73), in 1860 Franklin Co.

Elizabeth Hiett (72, mother-in-law) was enumerated in her widowed son-in-law John Kimpleton’s 1880 Franklin Co. household. 
Waid, Elizabeth Ann (I24862)
 
165 A widowed Jane S. Holloway (68) was enumerated in the 1900 Hopkins Co., TX, census in the household of her son, John, and his family.

Susan applied for a Civil War pension on 31 Mar 1915 in Texas. She gave her DOB and place of birth. She stated that they moved to Texas in 1883. 
Cates, Susan Jane (I13113)
 
166 A widowed John D. Mohler (76 NC) was enumerated as a servant in the Sterling household in Johnson Co., IL, in 1900. Death date & place are not confirmed by me. Mohler, John Daniel (I22559)
 
167 A widowed John Ragan (63) was enumerated in the 1880 Person Co. census with Mary (29), Lucy (27) Samuel (18), son-in-law Allen Jones (26), daughter Frances Jones (25) and grandson John Jones (3).

Frances Jones (44, Apr 1856) was enumerated with her family in the 1900 Durham Co. census. 
Ragan, Mary Frances (I14356)
 
168 A widowed L. C. Humphreys married Mildred Adcock, parents of the groom recorded as John & Jane Humphreys. His age at this marriage was listed as 55 but that was about 10 years off. Family F3678
 
169 A widowed Lavenia Carver (36) was enumerated in her parents’ 1880 Person Co. household with her children Lavenia (5) and Wm. H. (2). Brooks, Harriet Louvenia (I24358)
 
170 A widowed Magdelane Hoback married Henry Whitlock, a widower. Bowman, Magdelane (I28463)
 
171 A widowed Martha Loyd (47) was enumerated in her father’s 1880 Granville Co. household with Stephen E. (23) and Anna F. (15, Stephen’s wife). Mangum, Martha (I19213)
 
172 A widowed mother-in-law, Ellen R. [sic] Nichols (79), was enumerated in her daughter Leathie Hall’s 1900 Orange Co. household. She reported having had 4 children of whom 3 were still alive. Carrington, Ellen D. (I21312)
 
173 A widowed Tassy T. Winstead (83) was enumerated next door to her son Redmond and his family in the 1880 Wilson Co. census.

It is possible that Tassy died about August 1891 as Redmond administered the estate of Elijah in that month & year, stating he was dead and died intestate. The legal heirs included Redmond, George, Mary A., Joseph, Ed & heirs of Jordan Winstead, Arcadie Adams and Christiane Ellis. 
Joyner, Tazzy (I11535)
 
174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13909)
 
175 A will for this William Farrar did not survive.

At pp. 147-48 of "The Farrar's Island family," Holmes, " According to Mrs. Jane Gower's will, three known children were: William Farrar, eldest son and heir to Farrar's Island. His wife [was] Sarah."....[Mrs. Gower was Priscilla Baugh's mother, Jane Hatcher, who was married 3 times, first to William Branch, second William Baugh, and third Abell Gower.]; Abell Farrar; Priscilla Farrar; George Farrar "whom records show to have married Judith Jefferson, is believed to have been a son of William and Priscilla (Baugh) Farrar."

Henrico Co., VA, Wills, Deeds, Etc., 1677-92, p. 157, William Baugh, Gent., did by deed 6 Dec 1668 grant to my grandchild William Baugh of Henrico Co., dec'd a tract on Appomattox River between the spring and Deep Bottom, and afterwards continued the grant to my grandchild Priscilla Baugh, now wife of William Farrar, and I ascertain the bounds to be next to William Puckett and Peter Ashbrooke's clear ground [?] his dwelling house. 1 April 1681. Wit: Fran. Epes, Tho. Daulby. Signed: William Baugh. Recorded 1 April 1681.

p. 230, William Farrar and Priscilla his wife (late Priscilla Baugh) for valuable consideration, to Thomas Lockett, land on Appomattox River between the Spring and Deep Bottom, formerly granted by Mr. William Baugh to William Baugh, his grandchild, since deceased, by deed 6 Dec. 1668, and since confirmed to his sister, the said Priscilla. Dated 2 April 1683. Wit: Tho. Cocke, Philip Jones. Signed: William Farrar, Priscilla (/) Farrar. Recorded 2 April 1683.

Henrico Co., VA, Wills, Deeds, Etc., 1697-1704, p. 172, 1 May 1700 William Farrar and John Davis of Henrico Co., Gent., to Michael Turpin of same, Gent., for 34 lbs, land on north side James River on Cornelius Run, known as "Blair's Quarter," sold to Farrar & Davis 26 Oct 1699. Wit: James Cocke, Will Randolph, Jr. Signed: Wm Farrar, John Davis. Priscilla Farrar and Elizabeth Davis relinquish their dower rights. Recorded 1 May 1700. [John Davis in this deed is likely son of John Davis Sr. & Mary Burton, the latter an aunt of Robert Robert who married Priscilla [Farrar?], a daughter of this William Farrar].

Henrico Co., VA, Wills & Deeds, 1710-1714, p. 48, Deposition of Willliam Farrar, age about 50, says that 16 years ago he and John Davis, at request of Mrs. Jane Gower went to see the plantation “Mount Misery” to measure a piece of land she had cleared, which was about an acre. Signed: Wm Farrar. Recorded 1st Mon. March 1710. [Jane Gower was Priscilla Baugh Farrar’s mother and mother-in-law of William Farrar] 
Farrar, William (I75)
 
176 A William Ashby, 20, was enumerated with Sarah Sykes in the 1850 Pittsylvania Co. census. I assume he was a grandson. This is only an assumption. Ashby, William (I9836)
 
177 A William Dixon (19) was enumerated with an Elizabeth Dixon (60) in the 1850 Person Co. census. They were next door to Lewis Eastwood’s family that included a 4 yr old Jerusha Eastwood. Her middle name was Frances and she was enumerated with that name in later censuses.

In 1860 Person Co., William Dixon (25) was enumerated with Elizabeth Dixon (still 60). They were next door to a Mary Dixon (39), Martha Dixon (31), James Dixon (10) and Emily Dixon (3).

Name: William T Dixon
Residence: Person County, North Carolina
Occupation: Farmer
Age at Enlistment: 27
Enlistment Date: 25 Feb 1862
Rank at enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: Person County, North Carolina
State Served: North Carolina
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company F, North Carolina 17th Infantry Regiment on 25 Feb 1862.
Birth Date: abt 1835
Sources: North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster

Rebecca Ragan (35) was enumerated in the household of William T. Dixon (36) in the 1870 Person Co. census with a mulatto child Charles Ragan (7) and white child Louisa W. Ragan (1). A death certificate for Eliza Wilborn, born 1865, indicated that her parents were Bill Dixson [sic] and Rebecca Ragan. I don’t know where she was in the 1870 census.

William married Fanny Eastwood in Person Co. on 28 Feb 1880. William Dixon (47) was enumerated with wife Fannie (27) in the 1880 census. Fannie was most likely Jerusha Eastwood and I am tentatively placing these individuals together. They were living next door to Jerusha’s sister Nancy (Eastwood) Bowes.

William died intestate about Sept. 1891 in Person Co. Estate papers have been digitized at ancestry.com. John C. Pass was administrator and filed probate on 2 Oct 1891. One of the documents state the only heir was “a son whose name is not known...and...said son is a minor.” Present at the estate sale in 22 Oct 1891 were John Reagan and Lucy Eastwood. Lucy was likely Fannie’s sister or niece (daughter of Jonathan). Mentioned in the final settlement on 13 Jan 1894 were Johnson Eastwood (Fannie’s brother whose given name was Jonathan but who was also known as Johnson) and a Jennie Dixon (given name hard to read). 
Dixon, William T. (I12767)
 
178 A. B. Childress (16) was enumerated in her parents’ household in the 1920 Durham Co. census. She was employed as a department store clerk at the Five & Dime. Childress, Annie Belle (I18310)
 
179 A. C. Meadows was bondsman, Jas. M. Wiggins was witness. Family F3420
 
180 A. G. Gray was bondsman. Groom was Jr. Family F4050
 
181 A. M. Breeze & J. Turner bondsmen. Family F3559
 
182 A. M. Breeze and James Hill were bondsmen, Geo. Laws was witness. Groom was John A. Parker, Jr. Family F5734
 
183 A. M. Breeze was bondsman. Family F5743
 
184 A. M. Woods was bondsman. Family F6262
 
185 A. S. Carrington was bondsman, W. M. Carrington was witness. Family F6923
 
186 A. S. Gill was bondsman. Family F17225
 
187 A. W. Denny was bondsman. Family F3578
 
188 Aaron Jones & John Turner were bondsmen, Micajah Bullock was witness. Family F17156
 
189 Abbey’s place of birth in son Frank’s death record. Maiden name in her death record digitized in Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915 at familysearch.org. Daughter of Jones & Rebecca Bisbee of Sumner, ME, age estimated to be 31 years, 3 months. Cause of death was phthisis (pulmonary tuberculosis). Bisbee, Abigail “Abbey” R. (I17583)
 
190 Abednego Gentry was bondsman, he was a brother-in-law of Edmund’s. Family F3856
 
191 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4039
 
192 Abednego Gentry was bondsman. He was a son-in-law of William Ramsey. Family F3853
 
193 Abednego Gentry was bondsman. He was Allen’s brother. Family F3457
 
194 Abel and Sarah were enumerated in the Guilford Co., NC, census in 1850.

They were apparently living in the Darlington district of South Carolina in 1860:

A.S. Washburn 35 yrs old b. NC Tobacco trader
S.D. Washburn 35 b. VA
P.P. Washburn 3 b. NC
J.D. Washburn 1 b. NC

Name: Abel Washburn ,
Residence: Rockingham County, North Carolina
Enlistment Date: 1 Mar 1863
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 01 March 1863
Enlisted in Company D, 5th Cavalry Regiment North Carolina on 01 March 1863.
Deserted on 28 July 1863

The above company saw battle virtually every day Abel was a soldier, including at Gettysburg. He left the army a couple of weeks after Gettysburg, while they were fighting in Virginia. It's easy to see why he wanted to go home!

In 1870 Rockingham Co., NC, Abel & Sarah were living with their children Prudence (14), Joseph (12), Loulelia (10), and George W. (4).

They were still in Rockingham Co. in 1880, living with Joseph (21) and Lelia (19).

Sarah was living with her son, Joseph, in the 1900 census. 
Washburn, Abel S. (I1834)
 
195 Abel Farrar was tithed in Sarah Barret's list in the 1746 Goochland Co. list taken by James Holman. Abel was possibly Priscilla Farrar Burton's brother, cousin, or a nephew. James Holman was the name of James Barret’s guardian, chosen by him when he was likely about 14 years of age.

Deeds of Sarah (Womack) BARRET assigning personal property to her grandchildren, children of Lucy Barret BURTON and Capt. Noel BURTON

Caswell County Deed Book, 1777-1817, Deed book A, pp. 305 and 306, NC State Archives.

To all to whom these presents shall come Greetings, Know ye that I Sarah Barrett of the County of Caswell and State of North Carolina for divers good causes & considerations and more especially for the Love, Good will & affection which I have and bear unto my Grandsons, James Burton & William Barrett Burton & my Grand Daughter Anne Burton hath Given and Granted by these presents I Give and Grant unto the Said James Burton, William Barrett Burton and Anne Burton their Heirs & assigns for ever to Wit, Five Pewter Dishes, Six Plates, and one large Iron pott I give unto James Burton his Heirs and Assigns. I give and grant unto William Barrett Burton one Feather Bed & furniture, Two pewter Dishes and Six Pewter Plates. I Give unto Anne Burton Two Pewter Dishes Three plates and one Small Bason To have and to hold the [?]. Granted Articles to each of them, their Heirs and assigns and to the only Proper use of the Said James Burton, William Barrett Burton and Anne Burton respectively as above Granted and to their Heirs & assigns for ever. Provided Nevertheless that it is the True Intent & Meaning of these presents that the Said Sarah Barrett is to keep possession of the Several Articles during her natural life. In Testimony whereof the Said Sarah Barrett has here unto set Her hand & Seal this 22d Day of February Anno Dom 1780

Sealed & Delivered Sarah Barrett (seal)

In presence of

A Tatom (jurat)
John Dix


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To all whom these presents shall come Greeting, Know ye that I Sarah Barrett of the County of Caswell & State of North Carolina for divers Good causes and considerations and more Especially Love and Good will & affection which I have and do bear unto my Grandson Robert Burton hath Given Granted & by these presents [I duly?] give and Grant unto the said Robert Burton his Heirs and Assigns for ever, Two Negroes Phill & [?] and one large Copper Kettle, two dishes & one bason To have & to hold the said Negroes [etc?] unto him the Said Robert Burton his Heirs and assigns for ever, [etc?] [this?] only Proper use of [?], Provided Nevertheless that it is the True intent & Meaning of these Presents that the Said Sarah Barrett is to keep Possesion of the above Granted articles, Negroes etc. during her natural Life at which Time the said Robert is to take them in Possession. In Testimony whereof the Said Sarah Barrett hath hereunto Set my hand & Seal this 22nd day of February Anno Dom 1780



Sealed & Delivered Sarah Barrett (seal)

In presence of

A Tatom (Jurat)
John Dix

There is no record of what happened to the child Sarah was pregnant with at the time of James Barret's death. The inventory of James's estate, dated 9 Aug. 1740, refers to money to be paid "when the Heir comes of age." Sarah survived her daughter Lucy and left her property only to Lucy's children (i.e., BURTON grandchildren). The inventory implies that Sarah had not yet delivered a child by August, 1740. Research continues. 
Womack, Sarah (I103)
 
196 Abel Taylor was bondsman. Family F180
 
197 Abigail Walker was David Jewett’s second wife. Information from findagrave.com. Walker, Abigail (I18993)
 
198 Abner A. Dixon was bondsman, Wm. McKissack, DC. Family F17842
 
199 Abner Burton was bondsman. Family F313
 
200 Abner Jones was bondsman, D. Hicks was witness. Family F5147
 

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