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201 About Col. Robert Burton from "Tennessee cousins," at p. 628, "He entered the bar at Lebanon, a stranger, in 1823....He was a conspicuous member of the Legislature in 1827 and the convention of 1834...."

From Bob Burton of Gainesville:

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Name: Robt M Burtin
Spouse: Martha H Donelson
Marriage Date: 11 Jan 1826
Marriage County: Davidson
Marriage State: Tennessee

1830: Robert M. Burton (M20-30) appears as head of a family in Wilson Co, TN census, page 067. Also enumerated are F20-30, 2F10-15, M<5, F<5.

1840: R. M. Burton (M40-50) appears as head of a family in Wilson Co, TN census, page 040. Also enumerated are F30-40, F20-30, F15-20, M10-15, 2F10-15, 2M5-10, F5-10 plus M70-80 (is this his father James?).

1843: Will of Robert M. Burton, signed 8/6/1842, and codicil signed 5/27/1843, was proved Nov 1843.
Wife: Martha
My four children: Elizabeth, William, Jackson and Robert
Executors: my wife Martha Burton, my friends Bromfield L. Rodley and
Robert L. Caruthers.
Wits: P. A. Cartwright, Jno W. Burton
Recorded in Wilson Co, TN Inventories, Wills 1843-1848, pages 065-6.

1850: Martha Burton (F41-TN) appears as head of a family in Lebanon Civil District No. 10 in Wilson Co, TN census, page 371B. Children: William (M21-Lawyer), Jackson (M19), Robert (M16). Others: Martha Burton (F38-NC), Ralph Martin (M38), Elizabeth Martin (F23). Enumerated as owning property worth $5,000.

1860: R. (M45) and Elizabeth C. (F34) Martin appear as heads of a family in Civil District No 3-Lebanon in Wilson Co, TN census, page 274B. Children: Wm D. Martin (M8), Sallie (F6), Minnie (F3). Other: Martha Burton (F46-NC)

1860: Martha H. Burton (F50-TN) appears as head of a family in District No 10-Lebanon in Wilson Co, TN census, p age 371B. Children: Andrew J. Burton (M28-Lawyer). Other: Gray Burton (M 4/12-ARK). Enumerated as owning real estate worth $40,000 and personal property worth $32,350.
1870:

1/3/1881 - Andrew J. DONALSON, Lucelia P. DONALSON, of Ark., Bettie C. MARTIN, William B. MARTIN and W.D. BURTON gdn. of Frank Gray BURTON minor all of TN VS Frank Gray BURTON, Mary Bulah BURTON, Martha Cornelia BURTON, Nora Clarence BURTON and Wm. Rush BURTON all minors and citizens of Ark. Petitioners show that sometime about Oct. 1843 Col. Robert M. BURTON a citizen of Lebanon died ... leaving heirs, his widow Martha H. BURTON and four children: Bettie C., W.D., A.J. and Robert M. BURTON. In June 1879 Robert M. BURTON died leaving his widow Lucelia P. BURTON who afterwards married A.J. DONELSON on 7 Apr. 1880, also Robert M. left Mary Bulah Martha Cornelia "Nellie" Nora Clarence and Wm. Rush BURTON as his heirs....
SOME WILSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE CHANCERY COURT LOOSE RECORDS Abstracted by Judy Henley Phillips. 
Burton, Robert M. (I4641)
 
202 Abraham Eastwood was a bondsman for his brother. Family F265
 
203 Abraham Slaughter was bondsman, J. M. Wiggins was witness. Family F5300
 
204 Abraham was widowed when he married Ella. Surname name variously spelled. Parents recorded as Jeff and Harriet. Rickmond, Abraham L. (I566)
 
205 Absalom and his family were in Sumner Co., TN, by the 1830 census. Name was spelled wrong.

Names of children from various sources and might not be complete.

Time line from Bob Burton of Gainesville:

1820: Absalom Burton (M16-26) appears as head of a family in Caswell Co, NC census, page 043. Also enumerated are F16-26, 2F<10 plus M>45.

1/22/1824: Absalom Burton purchased property from the estate of James Warren. Recorded in Caswell Co, NC Will Book I, page 286.

Abt 1827: Abselom Burton is a defendent in a case with D.R. Durisoe. Recorded in Edgefield Co, SC Decrees of Equity, Roll 1541.

1830: Absalom Bunton (M30-40) appears as head of a family in Sumner Co, TN census, page 161. Also enumerated are F30-40, 2F10-15, M5-10, F5-10, 2F<5.

1840: Absolom Burton (M40-50) appears as head of a family in Sumner Co, TN census, page 355. Also enumerated are F40-50, 2F20-30, M15-20, F15-20, F10-15, M5-10, M<5, 2F<5.

1850 Census, District No. 2, Sumner Co, TN, page 141.
Burton, Absolom M53 NC $260
Priscilla F53 VA
William W. M28 VA
Isaac T. M18 TN
Priscilla F14 TN
Absolom H. M12 TN

1860 Census, District No. 2-Enon College, Sumner Co, TN, page 172B.
Burton, Absolom M65 NC $500/ $500
Prescilla F57 NC
William M37 NC $1,200/ $600

Mar 1867: Will, signed 9/18/1858, was proved Mar 1867 in Sumner Co, TN.

Transcription by Mark Schmidt
September 18 1858
State of Tennessee
Sumner County

In the name of God, I Absolem Burton being in good health and sound mind also knowing that death is certain and much longer life uncertain to me and whilst in this situation wishing to dispose of my property in the following manner (Viz)

Item 1st When God calls me from this earth or my spirit, I wish to be interned decently and my burial expenses paid off. Item 2nd I wish that my wife Pricilla Burton to have and the hold during her life all of my real estate as well as my perishable property, after paying off all just debts our of my cash proceeds, if not a sufficiency of that to pay off my debts, I will that she sell the wagon and one black mare and such other portion of the stock that she may see proper to dispose of to satisfy such debts. And 3rd and last I will that after her death the property left to be equally divided between my children and their representatives. This being my last will and testimony.
Absolem Burton (seal)

Test:
Talbot Horsley
J W Anthony

State of Tennessee
Sumner County Court March Term 1867
The last will and testament of Absolem Burton dec’d was this day produced in Open Court for probate and it appearing to the Court that Talbot Horsley, one of the subscribing witnesses to the same, is dead and that J W Anthony, the other subscribing witness is absent, their respective signatures were proved to be genuine by the oaths of Saml. Lemeur and W.W. Burton and said will ordered to be recorded. It was thereupon ordered that I.T. Burton be appointed administrator with the will annexed of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of the estate of Absolem Burton, deceased. Whereupon said I.T. Burton and W.H Barksdale and W.W. Burton, his securities, appeared in open court and entered into and acknowledged their bond to the State of Tennessee in the penal sum of Eight hundred dollars, conditioned according to law and said I.T. Burton was duly qualified.
Copy Test:
John L Bugg, Clerk
By J. A. Trousdale DC 
Burton, Absalom (I2681)
 
206 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I179)
 
207 Abstracts of Pittsylvania County, VA, deeds, 1783-1790, Austin:
Deed Bk 7, 1783-1786, p.520, Payne from Payne Deed of Gift, April 27, 1785 between Josias Payne of P and Robert Payne of P for consideration of the Natural Love and Affection that I bear to my Son Robert Payne and also in consideration of the sum of 50 pounds, a parcel of land in Goochland County on Licking hole Creek containing by Estimation 800 acres, it being the Land and Plantation whereon I lately lived.
s/ Josias Payne
Wit: Robert Burton, Robert Harrison, Robert Payne Jr.

Caswell Co., NC, Deed Bk, E, p. 88, Robert Payne and Ann his wife of Pittsylvania Co., VA, to William Moss of CC, for 137 lbs, 14 sh, 400 A on Wolf Island Cr adj the county line. 11 Oct 1786. Wit: James McMillion, Timothy Ragan, John Challos.

p. 148, Robert Burton of CC to Robert Payne of Pittsylvania Co., VA, for 146 lbs, 131 A on Hogan's Cr adj county line crossing Andrews Br, Pain's line, Burton's plantation, 9 Feb 1787. Wit: Robert Payne Jun., William Burton, Susanna Payne.

Abstracts of Pittsylvania County, VA, deeds, 1783-1790, Austin:
Deed Bk 8, 1787-1790, p. 184, Coleman's Deed from Lumpkin, June 13, 1787 between Robert Lumpkin of P and Spilsby Coleman of Caswell County, North Carolina for 100 pounds a parcel of land on the south side of Dan River containing 126 1/2 acres part of a larger tract of land whereon the said Lumkin [sic] now lives. May 16, 1786. Bounded: Falls Roads, Spil Coleman's old line, south side of Jackson's Creek.
s/ Robt Lumkin
Wit: Robert Payne, Henry Campbell, Robert Payne Junr, Wm Dix, Nathaniel Thomas, Wm B Burton, Thomas (X) Richard, March 17, 1788.

Pittsylvania Co., VA, Deeds & Will Bk 9, pp.14-16, w. 6 Nov 1785, pr. 16 May 1791. Information also from Pittsylvania Co. Heritage Book, v. 1, article 657.

ROBERT PAYNE
Proved May 16, 1791 Book 9 page 14
Wife: Anne, lends her negroes Buck, Dick, Bett, Pheby, Nan and Archer during her life or widowhood and use of plantation whereon I now live on SS of Dan River. After my wife’s decease to go to son Charles Payne and said negroes to be equally divided amongst all my children then surviving. Tract of land I purchased from Edward Sparks to be sold.
Son: Robert Payne, negro boy Joe, if he lives until Bobby get possession, if not the value of the boy.
Son: John Payne, upper one half of my land in Goochland County and negro boy Tom
Son: Robert Payne, lower one half of my land in Goochland County with boy James
Daughter: Betsy Sanders, negroes Annaka and Frank which she now has in her possession
Daugher: Keturah, at her marriage besides the girl Betty which was left her by her grandfather, a negro boy Pompey
Daughter: Ann Harrison exclusive of negro girl Milley left her by her grandfather girl Agga
Daughter: Agness, 2 negroes Jane and Watt
Daughter: Mary Woodson, negroes Lucy and Ben
Signed: Robert Payne
Executors: William Harrison and his son Robert Harrison, my son Robert Payne and wife Anne Payne.
Witnesses: Robert Burton, Thomas Fearn, Edmund Burton
Codicil: Since writing Will, I have purchased 131 acres of land from Robert Burton on upper side of Burton’s land adjoining the land I live on. Said land I give to my son Charles Payne. Wit: Thomas Farn [Fearn], Samuel Harris, William B. Burton.
Thomas Fearn security for Robert Payne and Anne Payne. 
Payne, Robert (I176)
 
208 Abstracts of Pittsylvania County, VA, deeds, 1783-1790, Austin:
Deed Bk 8, 1787-1790, p. 184,Coleman's Deed from Lumpkin, June 13, 1787 between Robert Lumpkin of P and Spilsby Coleman of Caswell County, North Carolina for 100 pounds a parcel of land on the south side of Dan Ribert containing 126 1/2 acres part of a larger tract of land whereon the said Lumkin [sic] now lives. May 16, 1786. Bounded: Falls Roads, Spil Coleman's old line, south side of Jackson's Creek.
s/ Robt Lumkin
Wit: Robert Payne, Henry Campbell, Robert Payne Junr, Wm Dix, Nathaniel Thomas, Wm B Burton, Thomas (X) Richard, March 17, 1788.

Caswell Co. Deed Bk E, p. 148, Robert Burton of CC to Robert Payne of Pittsylvania Co., VA, for 146 lbs, 131 A on Hogan's Cr adj county line crossing Andrews Br, Pain's line, Burton's plantation, 9 Feb 1787. Wit: Robert Payne Jun., William Burton, Susanna Payne.

Caswell Co., NC, Deed Bk M, p. 314, William B. Burton of CC to John Payne of Pittsylvania Co., VA, for 87 lbs 10s., 125 A n side Hogan's Cr adj Dudley Gatewood, the State line. 3 Sept 1802. Wit: James Gatewood, Thos Fearn.

Caswell Co., NC, April Court, 1805, Will Book E, page 178:

In the name of God Amen I William B. Burton of Caswell County and State of North Carolina being in a low state of health but of sound mind and Memory do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. In the first place I recommend my Soul to God who gave it and my Body to be decently buried at the Discretion of my Executors and all my lawful debts to be paid out of my Estate and the Balance to be disposed of as follows--

Imprimus. I give unto my beloved Daughter Jane Burton Richardson One hundred Dollars to be raised out of my Estate which I wish to be put out on Interest untill she arrives to the age of Eighteen years except my Executors should think her necessity to be given any part thereof Sooner which will be at their discretion to her and her heirs forever.

Item I give unto my brother James Burton one Old Negro Woman Named Milly ( [mother?] of his Negro Peter) also one Third part of my Estate after my Just debts are paid and which are not otherwise given away to him and his Heirs forever--

Item I give unto my Sister Nancy Bennion one Third part of my Estate as above given to my Brother James Burton to his and her Heirs forever--

Item I give unto my Niece Patsey Winston the remaining Third part of my Estate (and Equal portion with my Sister Nancy Bennion) to her and her Heirs forever--

[at least one line of this will is missing or partially obscured here, in the copy at the Caswell Co. courthouse]

Friend Thomas Winston Executors [sic] of this my last will and Testament In Witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed my Seal this 6th day of January Anno Domini 1805.

William B. Burton [seal]

Signed and Sealed In presence of Moses Ingram, John Gunn, Griffin Gunn

The execution of this Will was duly proved in Open Court by the Oaths of John Gunn & Griffin Gunn two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and on motion ordered to be registered.

p. 192, July Court 1805, Sales estate of William B. Burton July 20, 1805. Sales to: Thomas Winston, Benjamin Walker, Benjamin Quine, James Burton, Samuel Henderson Jun., Charles Payne, John Payne, Elizabeth Lewis, Henry Dix, Peter Smith.

p. 193, Inv property of William B. Burton.

p. 224, January Court 1806, Div property of William B. Burton 22 Nov 1805 to: James Burton, Nancy Benion, Patsy Winston. Commrs: Joseph Bracken, John Cobb, Henry Howard, Jesse Perkins, Silvanus Stokes.

Will Bk F, p. 196, April Court 1811, James Burton and Thomas Winston exec last will of William B. Burton acct with estate filed. 
Burton, William Barret (I115)
 
209 According to "Burton chronicles of colonial Virginia," by Harrison, this John Burton apparently died unmarried.

Henrico County Virginia Wills, 1737-1781, Weisiger:
Will Bk 6, p. 1841, Will of John Burton of Henrico Parish, To brother Jesse Burton, the plantation given me by my father Benjamin Burton, joining the plantation where I live, and if he die, to my brother Jacob Burton, my brother Jacob Burton my part of the land on White Oak Swamp, given by my father; To my sister Magdalene, feather bed and furniture. All the rest of my estate, after death of my mother, Elizabeth Burton, to be equally divided between brothers Jesse and Jacob and they to be executors. [no date] Wit: John Redford, Jr., John Stewart Redford, and William Cock Redford. Recorded Feb. Court 1761. 
Burton, John (I2991)
 
210 According to "Sketch," by Elijah T. Sutherlin, Danville VA, Oct. 21, 1961, George and Polly are both buried at Leemont Cemetery, Claiborne St., Danville VA (This was the father of Major William T. Sutherlin, according to the history of his life at the Danville Public Library).

These notes are in the pedigree on ancestry.com of Linda Schmehl, choctawlady2@yahoo.com (4/7/2005) 
Sutherlin, George Sanders (I365)
 
211 according to 1850 census in Person County, NC GENTRY, Lucinda “Lucy” (I1599)
 
212 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I307)
 
213 According to a family pedigree, this family lived in Snovsk, near Chernigov (Ukraine). Daughter Sarah’s last residence before her arrival at Ellis Island in 1924 confirms this. Her death certificate names her father Harry, mother unknown to informant (her son). DOB guessed, not confirmed. Etkin, Herschel “Harry” (I305)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I546)
 
215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7284)
 
216 According to at least one researcher, Susanna was m1 to an Allen, Richard Oglesby was second husband. Ware, Susanna (I3244)
 
217 According to Bea Burton Hornaday's article (no. 388) in vol. 1 of the Person Co., NC, Heritage Book, John and Mary had 9 children, three of whom died as infants (triplets). Some dates also from Martha Spencer's web site. Bradsher, John (I8626)
 
218 According to family knowledge, it was Martha Wells who actually raised her nephew Grady Winstead, after the death of his mother Rosella. Grady’s sister, Lulu, was adopted by Bessie Eby of York, PA. Exact dates from NC Death Index at ancestry.com. Williford, Martha B. (I11903)
 
219 According to genealogy notes of Marv Miller, Susannah moved from North Carolina in 1852 with her mother, four sisters, and one brother, who was but a boy at the time.

Her mother may have been Mary Tulburt who died Aug 29, 1881 at age 85 yr 9 m 23 da, and was buried in the Honey Creek Cemetery in Providence Township in Hardin County, Iowa.

Susannah may have been related to James L. Tulburt who died Nov 28, 1869 at age 53 yr 2 m 6 da, and was buried in the Honey Creek Cemetery in Providence Township in Hardin County, Iowa. 
TULBERT, Susannah M. (I2147)
 
220 According to her death certificate in Durham County, NC, Effice was born July 26, 1890, in Virginia. She was living at 208 N. Maple St in Durham at the time of her death on Novembner 15, 1968.

On the 1900 Rockingham County federal census, however, her age was listed as 12 and her birthday as July 1887.

Effie was, according to NC Marriage Records, first married to William O. Moseley, age 24, on March 30, 1905, when Effie was 17. On the Guilford County, NC, register of deeds document her parents were listed as Jesse C. and Lela Peay, both living in Guilford County. The “O” in William O. Moseley apparently stood for Oscar, since Oscar and Effie Moseley were recorded in the 1910 federal census for Rockingham County, NC. The census showed that they had been married 5 years and had 3 children: Rhona, age 4; Rheuben, age 2, and “infant” Moseley, just born. The census also recorded that they were living next door to Lelia Peay, a 48-yr-old widow, and her four children: Emma, 16; Prudie, 14; Louis, 10; and Olgar [ie. Clarence Olga], 6.

The 1920 census for Durham County, NC, showed that Effie was still married to William O. Moseley and they were living in Ward 1 of Durham. They had the following children at home with them: Verona Moseley, 13; Ruben Moseley, 11; Eunice Moseley, 9; Inez Moseley, 7, Elwood C. Moseley, 3 yrs & 6 mos; and Maud Jeffreys, 15, a boarder. Effie’s age was listed as 29.

The 1930 census for Durham County, NC, showed that Effie was now married to William E. Adams and had the following children in the home: Dorothy G. Adams, 5; William E. Adams, 2; Junita A. Adams, 2 mos; Curtis E. Moseley [this would have been Effie’s son who was listed as Elwood C. Moseley in the 1920 census.] and Jesse R. Sharpe, 18, a nephew.

The 1940 census for Durham County, NC, showed Effie Gertrude Adams was 49, and had three children at home with her and her husband William Edgar Adams, who wasa 47: Dorothy, 15; Billy Edgar, 12; Juanita, 10. 
PEAY, Effie Gertrude (I2995)
 
221 According to her great-grandson, Walter “Buddy” Yates Boyd, Jr., Mattie Hannah Craven Cox “raised 11 children and only had about a half-hour per day to relax. She never went anywhere until her youngest child graduated college and then only went to visit a few relatives in Randolph County. She had a massive stroke in 1934 and was an invalid for her last seven years.”
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From the 1920 Census for NC:
Mrs. Mattie Cox
Home in 1920: Boone Station, Alamance, North Carolina
Age: 49 years 
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Widow
Household Members: Name, Age
Mattie Cox, 49
Atta Cox, 15 [Alta]
Walter E Cox, 13
Woodrow W Cox, 11
Mattie M Cox, 8
William C Cox, 6
Baril Cox, 36 [Basil, he was actually 26]
Norman Cox, 26 [Newman, he was actually 24]
Lunis D Cox, 22 [Lenneous]
Brown Huffne, 13 [listed as son-in-law; Erastus Brown Huffine was actually 33]
Estells Huffne, 29 [Stella, wife of Erastus Brown Huffine]
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Her Obituary from the Greensboro Record, Wed., Jan 29, 1941:

ELON COLLEGE, Jan. 29 -- Mrs. Mattie Craven Cox, the wife of the late Rev. L. I. Cox, passed away at 2:30 o’clock Wednesday morning at her home in Elon College, after a 10 days’ illness of influenza, pneumonia, and other complications. She was born near Ramseur, December 5, 1870. Her husband was for many years a prominent minister of the Christian church in North Carolina. She is survived by 11 children: Mrs. E. B. Huffine, Mrs. Alta Washburn, Mrs. Mattie Cox Parker, Walter E. Cox of Elon College; Newman C. and Woodrow W. Cox of Burlington; Mrs. J. O. Sutton of Lillington; Basil S. Cox of Greensboro; Lenneous R. Cox of Washington; Mrs. G. W. Black and William O. Cox of Charlotte; one brother, L. C. Craven of Indianapolis, Ind; two sisters, Mrs. D. M. Frazier of Greensboro, and Mrs. Oren Macon of Pleasant Garden; 15 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and several nieces and nephews also survive her.
The funeral will be conducted by Dr. L. E. Smith in Whitley Memorial auditorium of Elon College at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon. He will be assisted by Dr. G. O. Lankford of Elon College and Rev. W. W. Wisseman of Greensboro. Interment will follow in Magnolia Cemetery at Elon College.
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In an 1878 photo of Mollie and Mattie Hannah Craven taken in Ramseur, Randolph County, NC, Mollie was on the left and Mattie on the right (see Mollie’s entry in this genealogy program).
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According to cousin Buddy Boyd, Mattie Craven Cox was a big fan of Charles Lindbergh and she kept in her cedar chest a huge beautiful tapestry commemorating the Lindbergh flight across the Atlantic Ocean. She also saved numerous articles and magazines about Lindbergh and a record: “Lindbergh—Eagle of the Sea”. Cousin Buddy had all of the aforementioned items in his possession after her death and the death of his grandmother, Stella (COX) Huffine.

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Inventory of items Mattie Hannah (Craven) COX owned at time of her death in 1941 (note: her daughters Stella Huffine and Mattie Parker, and their children respectively, Mary Louise Huffine and Nash Parker, Jr., were living with her when she died, and they also owned or received items in her home which I have listed separately under their own genealogy chart records):

In North Room of home: 1 (worn) rug, 8x9; 1 scatter rug, 7 3/4 x3, 2 straights chairs.

In Hall: 1 oak flat top desk with shelves above

In Bathroom: 1 old oak washstand

In Attic room over kitchen: 1 dresser, 1 chiffonier, 1 iron bed, 1 sewing machine, 1 small study table, 1 old bureau, 1 clock (no good)

In Attic room over breakfast room: 1 irregular size wooden bed, 3 pedestal size tables (cheap), 1 rocker, 2 straight chairs, 1 single iron bed, 1 drop lid long box (quilts)

In hall downstairs: 1 hatrack

In Parlor: 4 piece reed sunroom suite, 1 straight chair (no bottom), 1 five-section bookcase, 1 rug 9x12, 1 scatter rug

On porch: 4 chairs, 1 swing

In Kitchen/Pantry: 1 wooden safe for dishes, 3 straight chairs, 2 small tables, 1 clock (cheap)

In Breakfast Room: 1 handmade dining table, 8 highback chairs 
CRAVEN, Mattie Hannah (I55)
 
222 According to her obit in the Greensboro Daily News, April 30, 1981, her son, Berlon Small of Reidsville, and her sister Emma Sharp of Madison, NC, were still alive at the time of her death. PEAY, Prudy (I2992)
 
223 According to his daughter Keziah’s death certificate, he was a Reverend. COX, Levi (I1720)
 
224 According to his death certificate, he was a World War I veteran. He and his family listed Raleigh as his usual place of residence, although he died at the Veterans Hospital in Fayetteville. His usual occupation was given as farmer.

He is buried in the Swift Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Wake County, NC. 
WILMOUTH, Willie W. (I1783)
 
225 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I613)
 
226 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1381)
 
227 According to his marriage certificate, his parents were Thomas Oakley and Sarah J. Oakley.

His death certificate listed his birth date as Jan 28, 1849, and indicated he was a widower at the time of his death.

He is buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Danville, VA. 
OAKLEY, John Fountain (I3412)
 
228 According to his marriage license, Grant Thompson was a son of Simeon & Jane Thompson but neither Grant nor his heirs alive at the time of Simeon writing his will (1912) were legatees of said will. However, Solomon Grant Thompson owed a mortgage to his father’s estate amounting to $103 in 1916. He also appeared in the 1915-16 list of accounts owed the estate after Simeon died in 1915. It is possible that he divorced Mattie and m2 a cousin, Delphina Thompson, in 1903. Thompson, Grant (I15224)
 
229 According to http://www.livelyroots.com/oldtom/d4.htm, George left IL at a young age and was never heard from again. Lively, George Albert (I4028)
 
230 According to information at a Washburn genealogy website, Susannah’s last name was Suchy. [see: http://kyusa.addr.com/Washburn/index.html; NOTE: website was no longer available when I tried to access it again on 9/29/22.]

The website was done by Victoria Taylor True, a descendant of Thompson Comer Washburn, through his daughter Rosannah M. Washburn who married George Washington Lawless. Their daughter, Virginia L. Lawless, married Buford Chapman. Their daughter, Ida Mae Chapman, married William Isaac Jones Gardner. Their daughter, Mary Jane Gardner, married Keith Bremmen Taylor. Their daughter is the aforemention Victoria [who does the website] and she married Paul Tungate True in 1952, 
Susannah “Suchy” (I134)
 
231 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3699)
 
232 According to John N. Reynolds, George died of the flu in 1918. NICHOLAS, George Samuel (I1238)
 
233 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1465)
 
234 According to Notes made in October 1992 by Kermon Thomasson, Nellie Stone [“Nell”] and her sister Jane were the great aunts of Kermon’s uncle, Henry Climon Washburn, and Nell and Jane Stone owned the property and home that eventually became known as the “old Washburn place.” They left the house and property to Lavinder Washburn, the brother of Henry Climon Washburn. Lavinder eventually sold part of it to Henry Climon Washburn, including the old homeplace [a log house]; Lavinder sold the other part of the property to Larkin Stone, whose wife’s name was Mattie.

From Findagrave.com:

PARENTS

Nathaniel Ira Washburn
1877–1957

Dora Ella Stone Washburn
1884–1936


SPOUSES

Emma Frith Washburn*
1906–2001

Jewell Elizabeth Washburn Cahill Edwards*
1913–2002


SIBLINGS
Reaves Rucker Washburn*
1909–1979

Frank Elton Washburn*
1920–2002

Lucille Washburn Robinson*
1921–2012 
WASHBURN, Charles Lavinder (I733)
 
235 According to Notes made in October 1992 by Kermon Thomasson, Nellie Stone [“Nell”] and her sister Jane were the great aunts of Kermon’s uncle, Henry Climon Washburn, and Nell and Jane Stone owned the property and home that eventually became known as the “old Washburn place.” They left the house and property to Lavinder Washburn, the brother of Henry Climon Washburn. Lavinder eventually sold part of it to Henry Climon Washburn, including the old homeplace [a log house]; Lavinder sold the other part of the property to Larkin Stone, whose wife’s name was Mattie.

Obit from Greensboro Daily News, Feb 17, 1969:
BASSETT, Va. -- Climmon Washburn, 68, died Sunday in a Martinsville hospital. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Mt. Herman Church of the Brethren. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Nannie Thomasson Washburn; daughters, Mrs. George Kirby of Bassett, Mrs. Linard Earles of Martinsville; sons, Henry, Gilmer, and Versil Washburn of Bassett, Clarence Washburn of Martinsville; sisters, Mrs. R. L. Wright of Bassett, Mrs. H. C. Egleston of Martinsville, Mrs. M. Lancaster, Mrs. Earl Robertson, Mrs. Theodore Manning of Richmond; brothers, Navie Washburn of Atlanta, Ga., Reeves Washburn, the Rev. Burl Washburn of Martinsville, Doyle Washburn of Richmond, and the Rev. Frank Washburn of Danville. 
WASHBURN, Henry Climon (I703)
 
236 According to one online family tree, Madison and Rebecca Araminta Ferguson never married but had a son, George Washington Ferguson, on 9 March 1894 in Sanville, Henry County, VA. George Washington Ferguson died on 22 September 1924 in Bassett, Henry County, VA.

In the 1900 census for Stokes County, NC, Madison was living with his older sister Nancy and her husband Raleigh G. Amos and their 18-year-old son Dayton in Snow Creek. Madison was listed as being widowed, however, subsequent censuses listed him as merely single.

In the 1920 census, Madison H., 59, was still living in Snow Creek, Stokes County, NC. He was listed as single and his sister, Nancy R. Amos, 78, a widow, was living with him on his farm.

In the 1930 census for Rockingham County, NC, Madison H., 74, was an inmate in the Rockingham County Convict Camp in Wentworth, NC.

He was apparently known as “Uncle Doc” and died in the poorhouse. Was reportedly buried in same cemetery as Shadrach Washburn in Rockingham County, NC. (Note: that would be Woodlawn Cemetery, Spray, NC, but Findagrave.com does not show Madison as being buried there.) 
WASHBURN, Madison H. (I652)
 
237 According to one online source, Nathan was living in Dover, Athens, Ohio in 1880. MINER, Nahan H. (I1433)
 
238 According to Pauline Kersey Miner, Jessie Kersey Ferguson took in Clinton Kersey’s daughter Myra after she was orphaned.

The 1900 census showed that, in addition to their two sons, Almira A. Marshall, a 13-yr-old boarder, was living with George & Jessie Ferguson and going to school. Almira’s birthdate was given as 1886 in Kansas. Her father’s birthplace was given as Indiana and her mother’s birthplace as Ohio. It seems very possible that “Myra” would be a nickname for Almira...and perhaps before George & Jessie took her in, she had been adopted first by a Marshall family?

In April 2001, Lorena wrote about some of her memories. The following is taken from a photocopy of that written recollection, provided to Bruce Washburn by Jane Becker:
“As I remember ––
My mother had love and respect for Aunt Caroline Kersey who I believe was Albert Kersey’s wife. [Bruce’s note: Caroline (Heller) Kersey was the wife of Albert H. Kersey, son of Eli Kersey.] Apparently she had been extremely kind to her and dad when they went via covered wagon to Okla.
“As a youngster and for how long I do not know, Myra did live with Aunt Jessie. In 1927 or ‘28, dad, Agnes and I drove to Garden City to visit Uncle Ralph. We stopped in McPherson to see Myra Davis and her husband and three children. Her oldest child was Clinton and there were 2 girls Myra and May me they called Mary. Clinton was killed in an auto accident while he was attending K. U. The family could never recover from the grief it brot them. Mary, a beautiful young woman, visited us in about ‘32 or ‘33 while we were living in Cornado. She was eager to stay but her family was opposed and my dad insisted that she return to McPherson. I never saw any of them again. I think it was Myra who influenced Frank Ferguson and family to move to McPherson where he became a successful farmer and his wife Ethel was Postmistress there for many years. Their daughter Doris and family eventually moved to Gardena, Ca. When mother visited us in S. Monica, I drove her to see Doris where we had lunch. That was my last contact.

“I think Myra’s sister Mayme married a Prunty. I don’t know who raised her. There were Pruntys around Wamego.

In the 1910 census, Myra was married to Carlton I. Davis and they were living in Harper, McPherson County, Kansas. They continued to live there in the 1920 and 1930 censuses.

The 1940 census shows that Myra, now Mrs. C. I. Davis, was living ar 511 N. Oak Street in McPherson, KS, with her husband, C.I., 66, and her daughter, Myra, age 27.

Buried in McPherson Cemetery, McPherson, McPherson County, KS. 
KERSEY, Myra Abigail (I2428)
 
239 According to Pauline Kersey Miner, Mary [Mayme?] married a Wolfe.

However, Lorena Ruth (Kersey) shared the following memory of “Mayme” Kersey in a letter Bruce Washburn has a copy of [via Jane Becker]: In April 2001, Lorena wrote about some of her memories. The following is taken from a photocopy of that written recollection, provided to Bruce Washburn by Jane Becker:
“As I remember ––
“As a youngster and for how long I do not know, Myra did live with Aunt Jessie. In 1927 or ‘28, dad, Agnes and I drove to Garden City to visit Uncle Ralph [Ralph Teeter Kersey]. We stopped in McPherson to see Myra Davis and her husband and three children. Her oldest child was Clinton and there were 2 girls Myra and Mayme they called Mary. Clinton was killed in an auto accident while he was attending K. U. The family could never recover from the grief it brot them. Mary, a beautiful young woman, visited us in about ‘32 or ‘33 while we were living in Cornado. She was eager to stay but her family was opposed and my dad insisted that she return to McPherson. I never saw any of them again. I think it was Myra who influenced Frank Ferguson and family to move to McPherson where he became a successful farmer and his wife Ethel was Postmistress there for many years. Their daughter Doris and family eventually moved to Gardena, Ca. When mother visited us in S. Monica, I drove her to see Doris where we had lunch. That was my last contact.
“I think Myra’s sister Mayme married a Prunty. I don’t know who raised her. There were Pruntys around Wamego.

[Bruce’s note: Mary Emma Kersey did marry David Prunty after Clinton’s death; it’s unclear here, however, whether Lorena Ruth was saying that Myra Davis’s daughter Mayme may have married a Prunty or that Mary Emma Kersey’s daughter Mayme may have married a Prunty, just as her mother did...]

It also appears, based on the 1900 census, that while she was still a child, Mary may have been adopted by Henry and Sally Hartloff in Riley, Kansas, since the 1900 census shows they adopted a Mary Kersey, who was 11 in 1900, and whose birthdate was given as July 1888..

In the 1910 census, Henry W., and Sallie N. Hartloff were living in Elm Creek, Saline County, Kansas, and had a 12-year-old daughter, Augusta Hartloff with them. Mary Kersey was no longer in their household. Henry Hartloff was b. 1856 and d. 1946; Sallie [Sarah A.] Hartloff was b. Nov 1861 and d. Sep. 30, 1927, in Los Angeles County, CA, as did her husband. Additionally, the 1895 census for Zeandale, Kansas showed that Henry, 38, and Sallie, 34, had three children living with them: son W.C., 13; son Eddie, 11; and a girl, Mamie [Marie? Mary?] age 6.

Note: An M. E. Wolfe was living in Humboldt, Allen County, Kansas in 1903 and 1927, according to the city directories, but I don’t know if this was a male or female.

Possibility? There is a Mary K. Wolf, b. 1890, died June 24, 1954, buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas. 
KERSEY, Mary Gwendolyn (I2427)
 
240 According to research Anne did, Anthony’s father--William A. Reynolds--was the brother of Rosana Reynolds, who married John H. Washburn.

The 1860 census for the South District of Patrick County (post office Ararat), VA, shows William was a farmer with his wife Rebecca and 9-month-old son Fleming. 
REYNOLDS, William A. (I511)
 
241 According to researcher Richard M. Kelly, sometime after his father died in 1764, William Jr. moved to Pennsylvania. KERSEY, William Jr. (I91)
 
242 According to Robert Davenport's excellent Eastwood site, Lewis & Lucy had about 10 children. I have a couple of autosomal DNA matches that descend from this couple.

http://members.tripod.com/~Davenport_Genealogy/Eastwood_Genealogy.htm 
Eastwood, Lewis (I879)
 
243 According to Seth Macon’s book, “Uphill Both Ways,” Levi and Keziah had three children, including Seth’s father Oran, who was born in 1877. MACON, Levi Bennet (I1718)
 
244 According to Seth Macon’s book, “Uphill Both Ways,” Saide was a teacher in a little schoolhouse, Evergreen Academy, on Seth Hinshaw’s farm in Randolph County. She was engaged to be married when she died of typhoid fever at the age of 22. MACON, Sadie M. (I1710)
 
245 According to Seth Macon’s book, “Uphill Both Ways,” Thomas and Rosanna had 12 children, including their son Eli, who was born in 1826.

The 1850 census for Randolph County lists Eli Macon, age 24, and his wife Molsy, age 26, living next door to Isaiah Macon, 26, and his wife Melinda A., 26, and their children, a daughter 2, and a son John B., 5 months old.

The family living next to them was Thomas & Rosanna Macon, ages 57 and 48, respectively, and their children: Elias, 27; Mary, 22; Martitia, 20; Penelope, 18; Gideon, 16; Abijah, 14; Charles T., 12; Rosanna, 7; Nathaniel, 4, and Alfred, 2.

The 1860 census for Randolph County shows Eli Macon’s age as 34 and his wife Molsey’s age as 36, and the 1870 census for Randolph County shows Eli Macon’s age as 44 and his wife Molsy’s age as 46, which would indicate the 4-10-1826 birth date is the correct one for Eli Macon.



The below info is taken from the FindAGrave website:

Birth: Oct. 27, 1793
Randolph County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 4, 1880

Age 86 Y'S 9 M'S 7 D'S

Father: Gideon Thomas MACON b: 1763 in Granville Co., NC
Mother: Mary BOWDON b: 1766 in VA

Marriage 1 Rosanna MOFFITT b: 11 Sep 1803

* Married: 1822 in Randolph Co., NC

Children
Elias MACON b: 26 Apr 1823
Isaiah Jobe MACON b: 7 Aug 1824
Elijah "Eli" MACON b: 4 Oct 1826
Mary MACON b: 23 Jul 1828 in Randolph Co., NC
Martitia MACON b: 2 May 1830
Penelope MACON b: Apr 1831
Gideon MACON b: 20 Aug 1833
Abijah MACON b: 18 March 1836
Charles Thomas MACON b: 27 October 1837
Rosannah MACON b: 11 May 1843
Nathaniel MACON b: 30 Oct 1845
Alfred MACON b: 3 May 1849


Family links:
Parents:
Gideon Thomas Macon (1765 - 1829)
Mary Molly Bowdoin Macon (1766 - 1810)

Spouse:
Roseanna Moffitt Macon (1803 - 1874)*

Children:
Elias Macon (1823 - 1903)*
Elijah Macon (1826 - 1901)*
Mary Macon Fesmire (1828 - 1911)*
Penelope Macon Trogdon (1831 - 1907)*
Abijah Macon (1836 - 1864)*
Abijah Macon (1836 - 1864)*
Charles Thomas Macon (1837 - 1910)*
Nathaniel Macon (1845 - 1928)*
Alfred Macon (1849 - 1921)*

Siblings:
Thomas Macon (1793 - 1880)
William Macon (1795 - 1871)*
Martha Macon Lawrence (1803 - 1882)*
Sarah Macon Craven (1805 - 1897)*
Caroline Macon Bird (1815 - 1895)**
Ruben Macon (1819 - 1904)**
Hartwell Macon (1820 - 1897)**
Alfred Macon (1849 - 1921)**

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Holly Spring Friends Meeting Cemetery
Ramseur
Randolph County
North Carolina, USA

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Created by: Polly Fry Hagerman
Record added: Apr 24, 2011 
MACON, Thomas Needham (I1711)
 
246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I563)
 
247 According to son Bernard's WW1 draft card, this family came from Snyatyn. In 1900, this town was in Galicia, Aus/Hung. empire. In 1930, it was in Poland, 1950, in Ukraine (Soviet Union). It is about 261 miles WSW of Kiev.

Modern Town: Snyatyn
Country: Ukraine
Other Names: Snyatyn [Rus, Ukr], Sniatyn [Pol], Shnyatin, Snetin, Sniatin, Snitin, Snyatin
Latitude: 48º 27' 00" N / 48.450000
Longitude: 025º 34' 00" E / 25.566667
Guberniya: Stanislawow
Name in 1900: Sniatyn, Sniatyn, Galicia, Austrian Empire
Name in 1930: Sniatyn, Sniatyn, Stanislawów, Poland
Name in 1950: Snyatyn, Soviet Union
Population in 1900: 4,206
Comments: Russian/Ukrainian: ??????.

20 miles WNW of Chernivtsi, 50 miles SE of Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawów).

Dates of birth and death for Solomon from "Index to NYC Deaths, 1888-1982 (all boroughs, 1898-)." I also have a copy of the death certificate.

Salomon Reiner-67 years, 8 mths and 6 days old
Address: 2414 Mermaid Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Born: January 20, 1870, Austria (in US 35 years)
Died: September 26, 1937 at Boro Park General Hospital, 4415 15th Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery
Married: Fannie Reiner
Father: Bernard Reiner
Mother: Annette Rolner
Informant: Son, Bernard Reiner

In all censuses, Fanny & Solomon indicated that they first came to America in 1899. Solomon was a furrier.

Solomon and Fanny were enumerated in the 1900 census living on Eldridge St. in Manhattan, NY. Bernard was not enumerated with them, although they did record having one child. They were recorded as from Poland (Aus.). Solomon's date of birth was recorded as Jan. 1870. Fanny's was July 1872. They had two boarders living with them, a Romanian whose name appears to be Leon Diamant and another Poland (Aus.) emigre, surnamed Schlossberg, first name is hard to read. Next door is a Rudolph Knoller, Malke his wife, and two boarders, one of whom was Michael Schlossberg.

Salomon Reiner was on the manifest of the ship Philadelphia, out of Cherbourg, France, arriving at Ellis Island on 29 Mar 1903. He stated that his ethnicity was Austrian, last residence was Paris, that he had been to New York in 1898/99 and that he was going to stay with friends.

"Burech" Reiner, age 8, arrived from Le Havre on 5 July 1903, on La Touraine. His mother, Fanny, accompanied him. "She is to meet her husband Salomon Reiner 46 Delancy St." She said she had been to the US before in 1902. The manifest implies that Bernard had been there before, too. Their last residence was Paris. Fanny accompanied Anna to America on 21 July 1907 on La Savoie which left from Le Havre, France. Fanny listed their usual address as 20 rue Rochambeau, Paris.

The NYS, Manhattan, NY, 1905 census includes Solomon Reiner, 35, from Austria, in country 5 yrs, alien, furrier, Fannie, 32, and Bernard, 10. Anna was still in France. They were living on 9th Street. Another furrier, Sam Flex, of Russia, was a boarder. Many neighbors were in the fur or tailor trades. The images for this census are at familysearch.org.

This family was mistakenly named what looked like Isner in the 1910 census and that is how they were indexed. I have left corrections. They lived in New York City (Manhattan Ward 12, Dist. 315). Citizenship status was papers pending (Pa).

New York, State Census, 1915 about Solomon Reiner
Name: Solomon Reiner
Birth Year: abt 1870
Birth Place: Austria
Age: 45
Gender: Male
Residence Place: New York, Bronx
Relationship: Head
Color or Race: White
Number of Years in US: 16
Assembly District: 34
House Number: 1023
Line Number: 45
Page Number: 43
Household Members:
Name Age
Solomon Reiner 45
Fannie Reiner 43
Bernard Reiner 20
Annie Reiner 14

In the 1920 census, Solomon (51) was enumerated with Fanny (46), Bernard (25) and Anna (17) living at 687 Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan, New York. The census was enumerated on 7 Jan. 1920. Solomon had papers pending for citizenship, the rest of the family were listed as aliens.

In the 1930 Brooklyn, NY, census, they all indicated that they were naturalized citizens. They were living on Macon St. and Solomon was recorded as Samuel. He was also recorded as being named Samuel on Anna's marriage certificate in 1931. Fanny called him Sam, according to their granddaughter, so it was likely a nickname. However, he was recorded as Solomon on Anna's death certificate in 1944 (Fanny was informant).

Solomon is buried at Mt. Hebron cemetery in Flushing, NY, block 38, ref. 15, line 2, grave 1. 
Reiner, Solomon (I224)
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2232)
 
249 According to the 1860 census for Henry County, Virginia, Martha Campbell was listed as being 38 at the time of the census.

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17882
Given Name: Martha Jane
Birth: ABT 1822 in Henry Co., Virginia
From the book: Barnett, Cook, Davis, and Allied Families, Complied by Janice
Barnett Craft. pages 350-351
Change Date: 30 Jul 2006
Father: Wyatt JARRETT b: ABT 1786 in Henry Co, Virginia
Mother: Frances BURNETT b: 1796 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Marriage 1Caleb C. CAMPBELL b: ABT 1818 in of, Henry Co, Virginia
Married: 11 Dec 1842 in Patrick Co., Virginia

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17571
Surname: Jarrett
Given Name: Wyatt
Birth: ABT 1786 in Henry Co, Virginia
Death: in of, Henry Co, Virginia
Note: in the War of 1812; discharged 10 Mar. 1814
From the book: Barnett, Cook, Davis, and Allied Families, Complied by Janice
Barnett. pgs. 175-176
Change Date: 24 Sep 2003 at 19:22:29
Marriage 1Frances BURNETT b: 1796 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Married: 15 Jul 1813 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Children
Louisa W "Lucy" JARRETT b: ABT 1819 in Henry Co, Virginia
John JARRETT b: 1820 in Henry Co, Virginia
Robert JARRETT b: ABT 1822 in Henry Co, Virginia
Martha Jane JARRATT b: ABT 1822 in Henry Co., Virginia
Addison "Addy" JARRETT b: 16 Aug 1823 in Franklin Co., Virginia
Andrew Jackson JARRATT b: ABT 1826 in Franklin Co., Virginia
Henry Franklin JARRATT b: ABT 1829 in Franklin Co., Virginia
Malinda Frances JARRATT b: ABT 1831 in Virginia
Patrick F. JARRATT b: ABT 1835 in Henry Co, Virginia
Elizabeth C. JARRATT b: ABT 1838 in Henry Co, Virginia

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17392
Given Name: Frances
Nickname: Fanny
Birth: 1796 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Death: in Henry Co., Virginia
Note: Information from family records in possession of Patricia Farthing Strange.
Change Date: 10 May 2005
Father: John BURNETT b: 1760/1770 in Essex Co., Virginia
Mother: Malinda HARVEY b: ABT 1765
Marriage 1Wyatt JARRETT b: ABT 1786 in Henry Co, Virginia
Married: 15 Jul 1813 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia


e: Burnett
Given Name: John
Sex: M
Birth: 1760/1770 in Essex Co., Virginia
Death: AFT 5 Jan 1825 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
_UID: A0E77BA0C71AD911AA134445535400005AF6
Note: Information from family records in possession of Patricia Farthing Strange.
Change Date: 10 May 2005 at 20:20:38

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17388
Father: Benjamin BURNETT b: ABT 1732 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Mother: Francis BARNETT b: in of, Virginia
Marriage 1Malinda HARVEY b: ABT 1765
Married: 24 Dec 1791 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Children
John C BURNETT b: ABT 1792
Malcijah BURNETT b: 1795 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Frances BURNETT b: 1796 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Catherine BURNETT b: ABT 1800 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Mildred BURNETT b: 31 Mar 1800 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Thomas B. BURNETT b: ABT 1804 in of, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Elizabeth BURNETT b: ABT 1806 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17337
Francis BARNETT
Surname: Barnett
Given Name: Francis
Nickname: Fannie
Birth: in of, Virginia
Death: AFT 11 Sep 1812 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Note: Information from personal knowledge and family records in possession of Patricia Farthing Strange.
Change Date: 1 May 2005
Father: John BARNETT b: 1689/1691 in Goochland Co., Virginia
Mother: Katherine FARRAR b: ABT 1687/1695 in of, Virginia
Marriage 1Benjamin BURNETT b: ABT 1732 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Married: AFT 7 Oct 1755/1760
Children
Sarah "Sally" BURNETT b: in of, Virginia
Edward BURNETT b: 1753 in of, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Godfrey BURNETT b: 1755/1760 in Piscataway Cr, So. Farnham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Barnett BURNETT b: ABT 1760 in Piscataway Creek, Southfarnham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Benjamin BURNETT Jr. b: 1760 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
John BURNETT b: 1760/1770 in Essex Co., Virginia
Alice BURNETT b: BEF 1772 in Virginia
Jeremiah BURNETT b: 1775/1781 in Pittsylvania Co., or, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Thomas BURNETT b: 1779/1783 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Mary "Polly" BURNETT b: 1789


Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17746
Marriage 1Francis BARNETT b: in of, Virginia
Married: AFT 7 Oct 1755/1760
Children
Sarah "Sally" BURNETT b: in of, Virginia
Edward BURNETT b: 1753 in of, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia
Godfrey BURNETT b: 1755/1760 in Piscataway Cr, So. Farnham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Barnett BURNETT b: ABT 1760 in Piscataway Creek, Southfarnham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Benjamin BURNETT Jr. b: 1760 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
John BURNETT b: 1760/1770 in Essex Co., Virginia
Alice BURNETT b: BEF 1772 in Virginia
Jeremiah BURNETT b: 1775/1781 in Pittsylvania Co., or, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Thomas BURNETT b: 1779/1783 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Mary "Polly" BURNETT b: 1789

Marriage 2Elizabeth CAMPBELL b: ABT 1787 in of, Virginia
Married: 1808 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I18138
Name: John BURNETT III
Surname: Burnett
Given Name: John
Suffix: III
Sex: M
Birth: 1702 in Piscataway Cr., South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Death: 1775 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
_UID: 8EEA7BA0C71AD911AA134445535400004B03
Note:
Mecklenburg Co., VA Will Book 1, pg. 203
Will of John Burnett - recorded 1775

Information from family records in possession of Patricia Farthing Strange

Mecklenburg Co., VA Will Book 1, pg. 203
Will of John Burnett dated 22 July 1775
Names: Wife - Catherine Burnett
Children - Benjamin Burnett, Rachel Insco, Mary Jones, Susana Smith, John Burnett, James Burnett, Nathaniel Burnett, Catherine Burnett, Sally Burnett
Specific bequests to children
Rest of estate to wife during widowhood and then to last five children named above.
Executors: Wife Catherine and son John Burnett
Witnesses: Edward Colley, Ellis Fowler and Richard Berry
Recorded 13 Nov. 1775
Change Date: 30 Jul 2006 at 18:13:48

Father: John BURNETT II b: BEF 1664 in Old Rappahannock, Essex Co., Virginia
Mother: Amy GATEWOOD b: ABT 1688 in Hoskins Creek, South Farham Parish, Essex, Virginia

Marriage 1Catharine NEWBILL
Married: AFT 23 Jul 1727
Children
Rachel BURNETT b: BEF 22 Jul 1725
John BURNETT IV b: ABT 1730 in Piscataway Creek, Southfarnham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
James BURNETT b: ABT 1731 in Essex Co., Virginia
Benjamin BURNETT b: ABT 1732 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Nathaniel BURNETT b: ABT 1737 in of, Essex Co., Virginia
Catharine BURNETT b: ABT 1738 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Sarah BURNETT
Mary (Polly) BURNETT b: ABT 1754 in Virginia

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I18139
Surname: Newbill
Given Name: Catharine
Change Date: 3 Apr 2005
Marriage 1John BURNETT III b: 1702 in Piscataway Cr., South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Married: AFT 23 Jul 1727
Children
Rachel BURNETT b: BEF 22 Jul 1725
John BURNETT IV b: ABT 1730 in Piscataway Creek, Southfarnham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
James BURNETT b: ABT 1731 in Essex Co., Virginia
Benjamin BURNETT b: ABT 1732 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Nathaniel BURNETT b: ABT 1737 in of, Essex Co., Virginia
Catharine BURNETT b: ABT 1738 in South Farham Parish, Essex Co., Virginia
Sarah BURNETT
Mary (Polly) BURNETT b: ABT 1754 in Virginia
Susanna BURNETT b: ABT 1754 in Virginia

Info below from: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wgbrooks&id=I17711
Surname: Farrar
Given Name: Katherine
Birth: ABT 1687/1695 in of, Virginia
Death: AFT 1763
Note: Information from personal knowledge and family records in possession of Patricia Farthing Strange.
Change Date: 28 Jun 2005
Father: Thomas FARRAR b: ABT 1665 in Farrar's Island, Henrico Co., Virginia
Mother: Katherine PERRIN b: ABT 1670 in New Kent Co., Virginia

Marriage 1John BARNETT b: 1689/1691 in Goochland Co., Virginia
Married: ABT 1718 in Virginia
Children
John BARNETT Jr. b: 4 Jul 1719 in Virginia
Thomas BARNETT
Jesse BARNETT
Richard BARNETT
William BARNETT
Joseph BARNETT b: ABT 1731 in Goochland Co., Virginia
Edward BARNETT b: ABT 1719 in Goochland, Goochland Co., Virginia
Catherine BARNETT
Sarah BARNETT
Mary BARNETT
Francis BARNETT b: in of, Virginia 
JARRETT, Martha Jane (I51)
 
250 According to the 1870 census, Martha J. was 30 in 1870.

According to the 1880 census, Martha J. was 39 in 1880.

However, Martha’s Virginia death certificate shows her birthdate as Aug 11, 1840; date of death as April 12, 1929.

The June 1900 census for Danville, VA, shows that Martha, b. Aug 1840, was living with her son Ben J., age 28, b. Nov 1871. Also in Ben’s household were his sister Drucilla, 20, b. July 1879, his sister Metie (Nettie, probably) C. Cheshire, 30, b. Jan 1870, and his niece Lulu, 9, born Aug 1890, and his nephew, Ben Cheshire, 6, b. June 1893. Note: Metie (Nettie) has the same birthdate as Lydia PerNETTA Campbell, the first daughter of Caleb and Martha.

The 1910 census shows that Martha J. Campbell, age 69, was living with her daugher Nettie C. Howard, age 40, and Nettie’s family: husband Charles A. Howard, 55; children Louise J. Cheshire, 19, and Ben C. Cheshire, 17, in Roanoke, Virginia.

The 1920 census for Roanoke, VA, showed that Nettie C. Howard, age 49, and her mom, Martha J. Campbell, age 79, were living together, just the two of them. And the birthplace for Nettie’s father was listed as “Maine,” which was where Caleb C. Campbell was born, of course. 
DAVIS, Martha Jane (I1874)
 

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