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From: Karen B Tauber [mailto:ktauber@carolina.rr.com] Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 10:55 PM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Marion Family Genealogy

Hi David,

I was pleased to receive your email today. I have been working on documenting my direct Marion line for the past year or so. I have actually spent much more time working on my Brown family history, than my mother’s Marion line. I do have quite a bit of information on the Marions, however.

What I can tell you is that my mother was Bettie Alma Marion and she married my father, Carmel Louis Brown in Surry County in 1952. My mother was the next to the youngest of Riley Marion’s 10 children. Riley Marion was married to Nora Gillespie and they lived down a dirt road just off the Red Brush Road between Dobson and Mt. Airy. Riley was a tobacco farmer and he and Nora were very hardworking people.


Here is the break-down of the Riley Marion family:

Riley Martin Marion b. July 6, 1887, d. July 23, 1967, married on Feb. 6, 1912 to Nora Gillespie b. April 9, 1896, d. May 15, 1967, buried at Union Hill Friends Church, Mt. Airy, NC.

Children:

Roxie Ann Marion b. Jan. 10, 1913, Surry Co., NC, d. Dec. 10, 1996, Fisher River Primitive Baptist Church Cem., Mt. Airy
Dolly Marion b. Oct. 25, 1916, Surry Co., NC, d. Nov. 12, 1916, buried near Old Gillespie Family, Fisher River Church Rd.
Bessie Catherine Marion b. Nov. 21, 1917, Surry Co., NC, d. Nov. 11, 1995, buried in Dobson, NC
Dorothy Alice Marion b. Jul. 15, 1919, Surry Co., NC, d. Mar. 30, 1995, Skyline Memory Gardens, Mt. Airy, NC
Herman Edward Marion b. Feb. 16, 1921, Surry Co., NC, d. Nov. 3, 2005, Surry Co., NC
Charles Ellis Marion b. Aug. 26, 1922, Surry Co., NC, d. Jul. 4, 1997, bur. Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Surry Co., NC
Dallas Lee Marion b. Jul. 17, 1924, Surry Co., NC, d. Mar. 21, 1986, Shasta, California, bur. Union Hill Friends Ch., Mt. Airy
Glenn Elvin Marion b. Oct. 1, 1926, Surry Co., NC, d. Jul. 11, 1981, bur. Carolina Biblical Gardens, Archdale, NC
Bettie Alma Marion b. Dec. 24, 1932, Surry Co., NC d. Aug. 18, 2000, bur. Glenwood Memorial Park, Mooresville, NC
Arlie Marion

Ola Marion Atkinson, in her book on the Marion family, unfortunately, got Riley out of place in her documentation. She has incorrectly stated that Riley was the son of Bird Marion, however, he was actually the son of Nathaniel Matthew (Mat) Marion and Sarah J. Collins. I do have copies of the death certificate for Riley Marion verifying this information, although I grew up knowing that portion of my family history. Mat Marion is buried in the Old Fisher River Church Cemetery in Mt. Airy. Bird is Riley’s brother - his name was actually Burden Marion, but he was known by the nickname “Bird”. I am attaching a link below to a story about Bird Marion and his link to the Carroll County (Hillsville, Va) Courthouse shoot-out.

The Nathaniel Matthew (Mat) Marion family is as follows:

Nathaniel Matthew (Mat) Marion b. April 21, 1847, d. Mar. 28, 1914; married Sarah J. Collins on Dec. 16, 1868 in Surry County, NC; Sarah J. Collins b. 1843, d. 1903, they are buried in the Old Fisher River Church Cemetery, Mt. Airy, NC.

Children:

Sea Marion b. 1869
Burden (Bird) Marion b. 1872
Richmond A. Marion b. 1877
Cora Reece Marion b. 1879
Banner Marion b. 1881
Riley Martin Marion b. July 6, 1887

Here is a link to a story about Burden “Bird” Marion that you may find interesting. My daddy used to tease my mother about the fact that her uncle was an “outlaw” accused of holding the reigns of the horses for the Allen boys who murdered the court officials at Hillsville, VA.

I do happen to have a tin-type picture I have scanned that I will attach, so you can see what Bird Marion looked like. I’ll also include a picture of my great-grandpa Mat’s tombstone and my grandpa Riley and grandma Nora’s 50th wedding anniversary…Front Row: Riley and Nora Marion, Left to right: Dallas Marion, Herman Marion, Alma Marion Brown (my mother), Arlie Marion, Ellis Marion, Dorothy Marion Barker, and Bessie Marion Hutchens.

I hope this information is helpful to you. I will take a look at your website tomorrow when I have a little more time and see how closely we match up. I am very interested in learning where Bartholomew Marion is buried, if you have any contacts or resources to point me in the right direction. I am interested in joining the Daughters of the American Revolution and I would like to join on the basis of his service. I do have a copy of his application for Revolutionary War Pension.

Also, I wonder if you have information on our immigrant ancestor Marions who settled in Berkeley County, SC. I did recently purchase a book on the French Hugenots who settled in South Carolina. It mentions our Marion lines in it.

Please let me hear back from you, as I am very interested in pursuing documentation on the Marion family.

Thanks again for reaching out to me via your email!

Sincerely,

Karen




From: David Marshall [mailto:dmarshall3@sc.rr.com] Sent: Friday, November 23, 2007 8:09 PM To: ktauber@carolina.rr.com Subject: Marion Family Genealogy

Karen,

I read the Queries section in the SCGA Journal today and saw your query about the Marions. I probably can’t add a lot to what you have, but I was hoping that you might help me fill in my data.

If you go to my web site at www.marshallgenealogy.org you will find Sarah J. Collins and Mat Marion. Also I have a Riley Marion, son of Bird Marion and grandson of Mat Marion. However, I do not have information about Riley Bettie Alma Marion. Since this is your family line I was hoping that you could fill in some of that line for me.

Attached is a document that shows everything I have on Daniel Marion’s line (son of Bartholomew Marion). As you can see my data is sparse and I am interested in filling in what I am missing.

Thanks.


David Marshall 
GILLESPIE, Nora (I41794)
 
2
!Marshall 0126, p. 1 
MARSHALL, Thomas Benton (I28516)
 
3
!Marshall 0133, p. 7 
POLAND, Robert C. (I21865)
 
4
!Marshall 0145, p. 10


 
MARION, Rex Joel Jr. (I22314)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARION, Tara Leigh (I22315)
 
6
!Marshall 0145, p. 10

 
BEKTOV, Teresa Ann (I22312)
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BRINTLE, Michael Joseph (I22313)
 
8
!Marshall 0155, p. 7 
BANNER, Elender D. (I23412)
 
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David
I am attaching my file on John King and Louisa. I am also attaching my file on Floyd Henry Quesenberry. Floyd was my ggrandfather. I had not completely looked at your surname indes when I first wrote. But I find that I cross with the Alexanders, Kings, Quesenberry's, Richardsons.
My ggrandfather William Jackson Richardson married Charlotte V. Alexander sister to Emily Alexander who first (My report is incorrect in that Emily married Floyd first then Susie Browder) Floyd Quesenberry. Blanche Quesenberry my grandmother daughter of Floyd and Susie married Hobert Richardson son of William and Orillie King. (I think I'm my own grandma).
The King line also crosses a lot with the Smith family. I noticed you had a lot of Smith's but have not studied it yet to see if there is any connection. To of John C King's daughters married Smith men.
Hope you can make heads or tales out of my file. Afraid I put a lot of information into my notes to keep up with it.
Take care

Pat Bell
----- Original Message -----
From: David Marshall
To: JAKNPAT
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 11:09 PM
Subject: Re: Sparger/King

Pat,

Thanks very much for the message. You made a connection for me that I didn know about before. I have Nebraska King's parents in my database, but did not have her as one of their children. Her parents came from one source and she came from a completely different source.

Jobe Sparger (or Job as I have him) is my second cousin, twice removed. If you would like to send your line to John And Louisa I would be pleased to add it to my database.

One trick I use to make out hard to read names is to use a good magnifying glass. It is surprising how many times I have been able to make out something that way that I could not read without it.

Thank you again for the message. I look forward to hearing from you again soon. May I add you to my email distribution list? I don't send out very many messages to the list, but I do occasionally send out something I think everyone might like to read. I have about 200 "cousins" in the list.
David Marshall
----- Original Message -----
From: JAKNPAT
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Sparger/King

David
Found your website and thought I had hit the jackpot.
You are researching so many of the same lines that I am.
Jobe W. Sparger married Nebraska King also a daughter of Louise Jane Venable and John C. King. They also had another daughter Arillie King who married my great grandfather William Richardson. Nebraska and Arillie were born in Pulaski County Va .
I know that one of Louisa Jane's children went to Indiana because on the 1910 carroll county Va. census two grandchildren both male are living with them. I cannot make out the names would love to know who they belonged too.
Any information appreciated.
Thanks
Pat

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received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.


2. JAMES F.3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1856 - 1858. He married LUCY ANN. She was born Abt. 1862.

Notes for JAMES F. KING:
1880 Carroll County Census Pine Creek Dist.
James F. King 22
Lucy Ann 18
O. Elsire 2
Mary Ellen 10/12 July

Children of JAMES KING and LUCY ANN are:
i. O. ELSIRE4 KING, b. 1878.
ii. MARY ELLEN KING, b. July 1879. 
Lucy Ann (I20712)
 
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David
I am attaching my file on John King and Louisa. I am also attaching my file on Floyd Henry Quesenberry. Floyd was my ggrandfather. I had not completely looked at your surname indes when I first wrote. But I find that I cross with the Alexanders, Kings, Quesenberry's, Richardsons.
My ggrandfather William Jackson Richardson married Charlotte V. Alexander sister to Emily Alexander who first (My report is incorrect in that Emily married Floyd first then Susie Browder) Floyd Quesenberry. Blanche Quesenberry my grandmother daughter of Floyd and Susie married Hobert Richardson son of William and Orillie King. (I think I'm my own grandma).
The King line also crosses a lot with the Smith family. I noticed you had a lot of Smith's but have not studied it yet to see if there is any connection. To of John C King's daughters married Smith men.
Hope you can make heads or tales out of my file. Afraid I put a lot of information into my notes to keep up with it.
Take care

Pat Bell
----- Original Message -----
From: David Marshall
To: JAKNPAT
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 11:09 PM
Subject: Re: Sparger/King

Pat,

Thanks very much for the message. You made a connection for me that I didn know about before. I have Nebraska King's parents in my database, but did not have her as one of their children. Her parents came from one source and she came from a completely different source.

Jobe Sparger (or Job as I have him) is my second cousin, twice removed. If you would like to send your line to John And Louisa I would be pleased to add it to my database.

One trick I use to make out hard to read names is to use a good magnifying glass. It is surprising how many times I have been able to make out something that way that I could not read without it.

Thank you again for the message. I look forward to hearing from you again soon. May I add you to my email distribution list? I don't send out very many messages to the list, but I do occasionally send out something I think everyone might like to read. I have about 200 "cousins" in the list.
David Marshall
----- Original Message -----
From: JAKNPAT
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Sparger/King

David
Found your website and thought I had hit the jackpot.
You are researching so many of the same lines that I am.
Jobe W. Sparger married Nebraska King also a daughter of Louise Jane Venable and John C. King. They also had another daughter Arillie King who married my great grandfather William Richardson. Nebraska and Arillie were born in Pulaski County Va .
I know that one of Louisa Jane's children went to Indiana because on the 1910 carroll county Va. census two grandchildren both male are living with them. I cannot make out the names would love to know who they belonged too.
Any information appreciated.
Thanks
Pat

--------------------------------------------------------
received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.


2. JAMES F.3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1856 - 1858. He married LUCY ANN. She was born Abt. 1862.

Notes for JAMES F. KING:
1880 Carroll County Census Pine Creek Dist.
James F. King 22
Lucy Ann 18
O. Elsire 2
Mary Ellen 10/12 July

Children of JAMES KING and LUCY ANN are:
i. O. ELSIRE4 KING, b. 1878.
ii. MARY ELLEN KING, b. July 1879. 
KING, O. Elsire (I28025)
 
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David
I am attaching my file on John King and Louisa. I am also attaching my file on Floyd Henry Quesenberry. Floyd was my ggrandfather. I had not completely looked at your surname indes when I first wrote. But I find that I cross with the Alexanders, Kings, Quesenberry's, Richardsons.
My ggrandfather William Jackson Richardson married Charlotte V. Alexander sister to Emily Alexander who first (My report is incorrect in that Emily married Floyd first then Susie Browder) Floyd Quesenberry. Blanche Quesenberry my grandmother daughter of Floyd and Susie married Hobert Richardson son of William and Orillie King. (I think I'm my own grandma).
The King line also crosses a lot with the Smith family. I noticed you had a lot of Smith's but have not studied it yet to see if there is any connection. To of John C King's daughters married Smith men.
Hope you can make heads or tales out of my file. Afraid I put a lot of information into my notes to keep up with it.
Take care

Pat Bell
----- Original Message -----
From: David Marshall
To: JAKNPAT
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 11:09 PM
Subject: Re: Sparger/King

Pat,

Thanks very much for the message. You made a connection for me that I didn know about before. I have Nebraska King's parents in my database, but did not have her as one of their children. Her parents came from one source and she came from a completely different source.

Jobe Sparger (or Job as I have him) is my second cousin, twice removed. If you would like to send your line to John And Louisa I would be pleased to add it to my database.

One trick I use to make out hard to read names is to use a good magnifying glass. It is surprising how many times I have been able to make out something that way that I could not read without it.

Thank you again for the message. I look forward to hearing from you again soon. May I add you to my email distribution list? I don't send out very many messages to the list, but I do occasionally send out something I think everyone might like to read. I have about 200 "cousins" in the list.
David Marshall
----- Original Message -----
From: JAKNPAT
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Sparger/King

David
Found your website and thought I had hit the jackpot.
You are researching so many of the same lines that I am.
Jobe W. Sparger married Nebraska King also a daughter of Louise Jane Venable and John C. King. They also had another daughter Arillie King who married my great grandfather William Richardson. Nebraska and Arillie were born in Pulaski County Va .
I know that one of Louisa Jane's children went to Indiana because on the 1910 carroll county Va. census two grandchildren both male are living with them. I cannot make out the names would love to know who they belonged too.
Any information appreciated.
Thanks
Pat

--------------------------------------------------------
received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.


2. JAMES F.3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1856 - 1858. He married LUCY ANN. She was born Abt. 1862.

Notes for JAMES F. KING:
1880 Carroll County Census Pine Creek Dist.
James F. King 22
Lucy Ann 18
O. Elsire 2
Mary Ellen 10/12 July

Children of JAMES KING and LUCY ANN are:
i. O. ELSIRE4 KING, b. 1878.
ii. MARY ELLEN KING, b. July 1879. 
KING, Mary Ellen (I28104)
 
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From: JAKNPAT (Pat Bell)
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Sparger/King

received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.




5. SUSAN EMILY3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born 1869 in Carroll County Virginia, and died 1937 in Mercer Co. Missouri. She married HUGHES BLACK July 23, 1884 in Carroll County Virginia, son of JOHN BLACK and SARAH. He was born 1853, and died 1931 in Mercer, county Missouri.

Notes for HUGHES BLACK:
Hello,
The Mercer County Cemetery Book by Joe Dale Linn shows for the Goshen Cemetery, the following: "Hugh Black 1853 - 1931; Susan E. Black 1867 - 1937." Hope this helps. Jennie Vertrees


Descendants of Hughes "Hugh" Black
This information was sent to me by Jerry Jones
Generation No. 1

1. HUGHES "HUGH"2 BLACK (JOHN1) was born 1853, and died 1931. He married (1) PRICIE VIRGINIA SMITH, daughter of GABRIEL SMITH and ELSEY DICKENS. She was born 28 March 1858 in Carroll Co., Virginia, and died 23 March 1883 in Carroll Co., Virginia. He married (2) SUSAN EMILY KING 23 July 1884 in Carroll Co., Virginia, daughter of JOHN KING and LOUISA VENABLE. She was born 1867, and died 1937.

Notes for HUGHES "HUGH" BLACK:
1. 1880 Census Place: Newbern, Pulaski, Virginia
Source: FHL Film 1255386 National Archives Film T9-1386 Page 289D

Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

Hughes BLACK Self M M W 26 VA
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: VA Mo: VA

Pricie V. BLACK Wife F M W 22 VA
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: VA

Nannie H. BLACK Dau F S W 3 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

Maggie M. BLACK Dau F S W 2 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

William P. BLACK Son M S W 4M VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

Nancy BLACK Sister F W W 25 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

2. SOURCE: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp LDS web site
Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19
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Pricie Virginia SMITH (AFN: 1ZCH-007) Pedigree
Sex: F Family
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Event(s):
Birth: 28 Mar 1858
, Carroll, Va
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Parents:
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Marriage(s):
Spouse: Hughes BLACK (AFN: 1ZCH-VNT) Family
Marriage:

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Submitter(s): Details
1. SOURCE: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacarrol/vitals/carr_d83.htm

Black, Price Virginia (fem), 23 Mar 1883, cause: fever, age: 24 years, parents: Gabriel & Ailsy Smith, occupation: housekeeping, informant: Hugh Black, husband

More About HUGHES "HUGH" BLACK:
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Mercer Co., Missouri

Notes for PRICIE VIRGINIA SMITH:
1. SOURCE: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacarrol/vitals/carr_d83.htm

Black, Price Virginia (fem), 23 Mar 1883, cause: fever, age: 24 years, parents: Gabriel & Ailsy Smith, occupation: housekeeping, informant: Hugh Black, husband

More About SUSAN EMILY KING:
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Mercer Co., Missouri

More About HUGHES BLACK and SUSAN KING:
Marriage: 23 July 1884, Carroll Co., Virginia

Children of HUGHES BLACK and PRICIE SMITH are:
2. i. MAGGIE M.3 BLACK, b. 10 May 1878, Virginia; d. 1976.
ii. NANNIE H. BLACK, b. Abt. 1877, Virginia.
iii. WILLIAM P. BLACK, b. Abt. 1880, Virginia.


Children of HUGHES BLACK and SUSAN KING are:
3. iv. HUGH JOHN3 BLACK, b. 17 February 1891, Mercer Co., Missouri; d. 16 June 1969.
v. KING BLACK, d. Lived at Falls, Michigan July-1969.

Notes for KING BLACK:

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vi. ? BLACK, d. Lived at Garnet, Kansas July-1969; m. ROY HOLT.
vii. ? BLACK, d. Lived at Leon, Iowa July-1969; m. ROY GROVES.
4. viii. VIRGIL GRADEN BLACK, b. 01 May 1896; d. 1968. 
BLACK, Maggie M. (I39012)
 
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From: JAKNPAT (Pat Bell)
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Sparger/King

received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.




5. SUSAN EMILY3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born 1869 in Carroll County Virginia, and died 1937 in Mercer Co. Missouri. She married HUGHES BLACK July 23, 1884 in Carroll County Virginia, son of JOHN BLACK and SARAH. He was born 1853, and died 1931 in Mercer, county Missouri.

Notes for HUGHES BLACK:
Hello,
The Mercer County Cemetery Book by Joe Dale Linn shows for the Goshen Cemetery, the following: "Hugh Black 1853 - 1931; Susan E. Black 1867 - 1937." Hope this helps. Jennie Vertrees


Descendants of Hughes "Hugh" Black
This information was sent to me by Jerry Jones
Generation No. 1

1. HUGHES "HUGH"2 BLACK (JOHN1) was born 1853, and died 1931. He married (1) PRICIE VIRGINIA SMITH, daughter of GABRIEL SMITH and ELSEY DICKENS. She was born 28 March 1858 in Carroll Co., Virginia, and died 23 March 1883 in Carroll Co., Virginia. He married (2) SUSAN EMILY KING 23 July 1884 in Carroll Co., Virginia, daughter of JOHN KING and LOUISA VENABLE. She was born 1867, and died 1937.

Notes for HUGHES "HUGH" BLACK:
1. 1880 Census Place: Newbern, Pulaski, Virginia
Source: FHL Film 1255386 National Archives Film T9-1386 Page 289D

Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

Hughes BLACK Self M M W 26 VA
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: VA Mo: VA

Pricie V. BLACK Wife F M W 22 VA
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: VA

Nannie H. BLACK Dau F S W 3 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

Maggie M. BLACK Dau F S W 2 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

William P. BLACK Son M S W 4M VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

Nancy BLACK Sister F W W 25 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

2. SOURCE: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp LDS web site
Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19
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Pricie Virginia SMITH (AFN: 1ZCH-007) Pedigree
Sex: F Family
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Event(s):
Birth: 28 Mar 1858
, Carroll, Va
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Parents:
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Marriage(s):
Spouse: Hughes BLACK (AFN: 1ZCH-VNT) Family
Marriage:

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Submitter(s): Details
1. SOURCE: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacarrol/vitals/carr_d83.htm

Black, Price Virginia (fem), 23 Mar 1883, cause: fever, age: 24 years, parents: Gabriel & Ailsy Smith, occupation: housekeeping, informant: Hugh Black, husband

More About HUGHES "HUGH" BLACK:
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Mercer Co., Missouri

Notes for PRICIE VIRGINIA SMITH:
1. SOURCE: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacarrol/vitals/carr_d83.htm

Black, Price Virginia (fem), 23 Mar 1883, cause: fever, age: 24 years, parents: Gabriel & Ailsy Smith, occupation: housekeeping, informant: Hugh Black, husband

More About SUSAN EMILY KING:
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Mercer Co., Missouri

More About HUGHES BLACK and SUSAN KING:
Marriage: 23 July 1884, Carroll Co., Virginia

Children of HUGHES BLACK and PRICIE SMITH are:
2. i. MAGGIE M.3 BLACK, b. 10 May 1878, Virginia; d. 1976.
ii. NANNIE H. BLACK, b. Abt. 1877, Virginia.
iii. WILLIAM P. BLACK, b. Abt. 1880, Virginia.


Children of HUGHES BLACK and SUSAN KING are:
3. iv. HUGH JOHN3 BLACK, b. 17 February 1891, Mercer Co., Missouri; d. 16 June 1969.
v. KING BLACK, d. Lived at Falls, Michigan July-1969.

Notes for KING BLACK:

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vii. ? BLACK, d. Lived at Leon, Iowa July-1969; m. ROY GROVES.
4. viii. VIRGIL GRADEN BLACK, b. 01 May 1896; d. 1968. 
BLACK, Nannie (I39015)
 
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From: JAKNPAT (Pat Bell)
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Sparger/King

received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.




5. SUSAN EMILY3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born 1869 in Carroll County Virginia, and died 1937 in Mercer Co. Missouri. She married HUGHES BLACK July 23, 1884 in Carroll County Virginia, son of JOHN BLACK and SARAH. He was born 1853, and died 1931 in Mercer, county Missouri.

Notes for HUGHES BLACK:
Hello,
The Mercer County Cemetery Book by Joe Dale Linn shows for the Goshen Cemetery, the following: "Hugh Black 1853 - 1931; Susan E. Black 1867 - 1937." Hope this helps. Jennie Vertrees


Descendants of Hughes "Hugh" Black
This information was sent to me by Jerry Jones
Generation No. 1

1. HUGHES "HUGH"2 BLACK (JOHN1) was born 1853, and died 1931. He married (1) PRICIE VIRGINIA SMITH, daughter of GABRIEL SMITH and ELSEY DICKENS. She was born 28 March 1858 in Carroll Co., Virginia, and died 23 March 1883 in Carroll Co., Virginia. He married (2) SUSAN EMILY KING 23 July 1884 in Carroll Co., Virginia, daughter of JOHN KING and LOUISA VENABLE. She was born 1867, and died 1937.

Notes for HUGHES "HUGH" BLACK:
1. 1880 Census Place: Newbern, Pulaski, Virginia
Source: FHL Film 1255386 National Archives Film T9-1386 Page 289D

Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

Hughes BLACK Self M M W 26 VA
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: VA Mo: VA

Pricie V. BLACK Wife F M W 22 VA
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: VA

Nannie H. BLACK Dau F S W 3 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

Maggie M. BLACK Dau F S W 2 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

William P. BLACK Son M S W 4M VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

Nancy BLACK Sister F W W 25 VA
Fa: VA Mo: VA

2. SOURCE: http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp LDS web site
Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pricie Virginia SMITH (AFN: 1ZCH-007) Pedigree
Sex: F Family
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Event(s):
Birth: 28 Mar 1858
, Carroll, Va
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Parents:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Hughes BLACK (AFN: 1ZCH-VNT) Family
Marriage:

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Submitter(s): Details
1. SOURCE: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacarrol/vitals/carr_d83.htm

Black, Price Virginia (fem), 23 Mar 1883, cause: fever, age: 24 years, parents: Gabriel & Ailsy Smith, occupation: housekeeping, informant: Hugh Black, husband

More About HUGHES "HUGH" BLACK:
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Mercer Co., Missouri

Notes for PRICIE VIRGINIA SMITH:
1. SOURCE: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vacarrol/vitals/carr_d83.htm

Black, Price Virginia (fem), 23 Mar 1883, cause: fever, age: 24 years, parents: Gabriel & Ailsy Smith, occupation: housekeeping, informant: Hugh Black, husband

More About SUSAN EMILY KING:
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Mercer Co., Missouri

More About HUGHES BLACK and SUSAN KING:
Marriage: 23 July 1884, Carroll Co., Virginia

Children of HUGHES BLACK and PRICIE SMITH are:
2. i. MAGGIE M.3 BLACK, b. 10 May 1878, Virginia; d. 1976.
ii. NANNIE H. BLACK, b. Abt. 1877, Virginia.
iii. WILLIAM P. BLACK, b. Abt. 1880, Virginia.


Children of HUGHES BLACK and SUSAN KING are:
3. iv. HUGH JOHN3 BLACK, b. 17 February 1891, Mercer Co., Missouri; d. 16 June 1969.
v. KING BLACK, d. Lived at Falls, Michigan July-1969.

Notes for KING BLACK:

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vii. ? BLACK, d. Lived at Leon, Iowa July-1969; m. ROY GROVES.
4. viii. VIRGIL GRADEN BLACK, b. 01 May 1896; d. 1968. 
BLACK, William P. (I39016)
 
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aimeenm@sc.rr.com (Aimee Herndon)
12/29/2003


David,

Family record has Jonathan's birth as 9/04/1838 in NC, he had a twin brother named David. His father is Madison Monroe Jackson. His mother, is said (in my family records) to be Eunice Worthington, but I do not believe this to be the case....still searching. I believe the marriage of Madison Monroe and Eunice was too late for her to be the mother of the twins. Madison, his wife Eunice and children moved to MO from NC sometime between 1840 and 1850. I have found land patent records for Madison in the early 1840's in MO, and for some Worthington family members as well in the same county.

Jonathan's second wife was Rachel Minerva Gutridge (b. 2/5/1852) . She was married once before Jonathan to a Josephus Wesley Stapleton. I have 3/11/1877 as the date of that marriage (Bates Co. MO) .....and incidently I have 1/26/1861 as the date of marriage of he and his first wife (but never had the name). These are not all "documented", some information just came from some written notes by Fred Jackson who was the grandson of Jonathan, and the brother of my great-grandfather. Fred wrote that Jonathan's first marriage was in Henry Co.MO, but I haven't found the record.

Jonathan lived untill 1929. Rachel lived untill 1943. It was known in my family that they moved to Idaho, but I was not sure where they were buried, but I recently found the burial records on ancestry.com.

NAME OF DECEASED: JACKSON, JONATHAN YEAR: 1929CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 068467 COUNTY OF DEATH: Twin Falls CITY: BUHL DATE OFDEATH: 11/15/1929 DATE OF BIRTH: 09/04/1838.

Later (after Jonathan's death) there had been a write up about Rachel in a local Idaho newspaper when she was very old.....I believe it pictured her with her loom.

Let me know if there might be other information of interest to you.

Aimee Herndon 
GUTRIDGE, Rachel Minerva (I40767)
 
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aimeenm@sc.rr.com (Aimee Herndon)
12/29/2003


David,

Family record has Jonathan's birth as 9/04/1838 in NC, he had a twin brother named David. His father is Madison Monroe Jackson. His mother, is said (in my family records) to be Eunice Worthington, but I do not believe this to be the case....still searching. I believe the marriage of Madison Monroe and Eunice was too late for her to be the mother of the twins. Madison, his wife Eunice and children moved to MO from NC sometime between 1840 and 1850. I have found land patent records for Madison in the early 1840's in MO, and for some Worthington family members as well in the same county.

Jonathan's second wife was Rachel Minerva Gutridge (b. 2/5/1852) . She was married once before Jonathan to a Josephus Wesley Stapleton. I have 3/11/1877 as the date of that marriage (Bates Co. MO) .....and incidently I have 1/26/1861 as the date of marriage of he and his first wife (but never had the name). These are not all "documented", some information just came from some written notes by Fred Jackson who was the grandson of Jonathan, and the brother of my great-grandfather. Fred wrote that Jonathan's first marriage was in Henry Co.MO, but I haven't found the record.

Jonathan lived untill 1929. Rachel lived untill 1943. It was known in my family that they moved to Idaho, but I was not sure where they were buried, but I recently found the burial records on ancestry.com.

NAME OF DECEASED: JACKSON, JONATHAN YEAR: 1929CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 068467 COUNTY OF DEATH: Twin Falls CITY: BUHL DATE OFDEATH: 11/15/1929 DATE OF BIRTH: 09/04/1838.

Later (after Jonathan's death) there had been a write up about Rachel in a local Idaho newspaper when she was very old.....I believe it pictured her with her loom.

Let me know if there might be other information of interest to you.

Aimee Herndon 
JACKSON, Madison Monroe (I40768)
 
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aimeenm@sc.rr.com (Aimee Herndon)
12/29/2003


David,

Family record has Jonathan's birth as 9/04/1838 in NC, he had a twin brother named David. His father is Madison Monroe Jackson. His mother, is said (in my family records) to be Eunice Worthington, but I do not believe this to be the case....still searching. I believe the marriage of Madison Monroe and Eunice was too late for her to be the mother of the twins. Madison, his wife Eunice and children moved to MO from NC sometime between 1840 and 1850. I have found land patent records for Madison in the early 1840's in MO, and for some Worthington family members as well in the same county.

Jonathan's second wife was Rachel Minerva Gutridge (b. 2/5/1852) . She was married once before Jonathan to a Josephus Wesley Stapleton. I have 3/11/1877 as the date of that marriage (Bates Co. MO) .....and incidently I have 1/26/1861 as the date of marriage of he and his first wife (but never had the name). These are not all "documented", some information just came from some written notes by Fred Jackson who was the grandson of Jonathan, and the brother of my great-grandfather. Fred wrote that Jonathan's first marriage was in Henry Co.MO, but I haven't found the record.

Jonathan lived untill 1929. Rachel lived untill 1943. It was known in my family that they moved to Idaho, but I was not sure where they were buried, but I recently found the burial records on ancestry.com.

NAME OF DECEASED: JACKSON, JONATHAN YEAR: 1929CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 068467 COUNTY OF DEATH: Twin Falls CITY: BUHL DATE OFDEATH: 11/15/1929 DATE OF BIRTH: 09/04/1838.

Later (after Jonathan's death) there had been a write up about Rachel in a local Idaho newspaper when she was very old.....I believe it pictured her with her loom.

Let me know if there might be other information of interest to you.

Aimee Herndon 
WORTHINGTON, Eunice (I40769)
 
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From his obituary on the mullins Funeral Home in Radford, Virginia

Born: December 24, 1944
Death: November 30, 2015

James Adrian Crabtree
December 24, 1944 - November 30, 2015
James Adrian Crabtree, 70, of Christiansburg, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, November 30, 2015. He was retired from Federal Mogul. Adrian was preceded in death by his father, James Lee Crabtree. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Jean Jones Crabtree; daughters and sons-in-law, Wanda C. and Tim Miles of Roanoke, and Beverly C. and Michael Kiefer of Kernersville, N.C.; grandchildren, Chelsea Renee Miles and Brandyn Luke Miles of Roanoke, and Taylor Leigh Bishop and Jonathan Robert Bishop of Kernersville, N.C; mother, Joyce Pauline Crabtree of Chesapeake; brothers and sisters-in-law, Charles Lee and Gloria Crabtree of Mt. Airy, N.C., George Timothy and Helen Crabtree of Honaker, and Paul Manley and Dena Crabtree of Va. Beach; his very special canine companion ?Harry?; and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, December 7, 2015 at the Mullins Funeral Home in Radford with Rev. Keith Crowgey and Rev. Earnest Chinault officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Cemetery in Christiansburg. The family will receive friends from 5 until 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. The Crabtree family is in the care of Mullins Funeral Home & Crematory in Radford. www.mullinsfuneralhome.com

Find A Grave Memorial# 155586576
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CRABTREE, James Adrian (I2579)
 
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From: blwray@rjsonline.net - Linda Wray
Date: Thursday, March 11, 2004 9:31 PM
To: Charles Crabtree ; David Marshall ; Gene Wray
Subjecy: Robert Marion Wray

Hi,
In looking over some of my information, I think I know who is the father of Robert Marion Wray. I believe it is Francis Marion Wray, who was a son of Amos Wray. He died June 22, 1877, and Robert Marion is listed on the 1880 census under Robert Eli Wray. Francis Marion Wray was married to Jane, who was born about 1847. They had 2 children- Ann born about 1866 and Marion born about 1869. Francis Marion Wray was a Private B in Campbell's Rifles in the twelveth SCV in the War of Northern Aggression, or more commonly known as the War Between the States. This information came from the Hart Collection at McCelvey Center in York and the Confederate State Roster SC Name Roster Volume 1. I am still looking for other information and it is possible that I am wrong. There may be more children, but I will keep trying to find more information.
Linda 
WRAY, Ann (I40952)
 
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From: Shirley (Mahan) Owen
jimsom29@msn.com
Date: 02/27/2002


That is awesome! My last name is Mahan. I have procrastinated and do not have dates on all my cousins. I have meant to write one member of each family and get those as well as offspring but have not done so. This is all I have on the Owen family except BACK and it doesn't go very far as they descend from a British soldier who married Margaret Hunter in early 1780's and moved with her family to what is now Old Richmond and there had a blacksmith shop. My Thomas who married Polly Scott died very young in a house raising accident according to all his brothers who moved away from N. C. Most of this information came from John Hunt, descendant of Sir Peyton Owen. A researcher did the work for him and I just retyped it into Word so I could send it to others. Incidentally, these are the other families I am researching in case you too are working on any of them. Hunter, Scott, Martin, Poindexter, Moser, Kiger, Bowen, Phillips, Pettit, Sprinkle, Carmichael, Hauser, Coleman, Hunt, Howard, Ashburn, Taylor,Binkley, Cox----- Sorry I don't have more dates for you, but as i told you, I am just starting. This DID not come through into the e-mail as I typed it, hope you can follow it. SOM

l. Thomas Owen was born between 1775 and 1794.[1] Thomas died before November 8, 1822 in North Carolina.

2. He married Polly Scott in Stokes County, North Carolina. The marriage bond is dated January 31, 1815. Polly was born between 1791 and 1794. Polly was the daughter of Leonard Scott Sr. and Nancy Butts Martin. Polly died before November 8, 1822 in North Carolina. Thomas was employed as a farmer in Surry Co, N. C. In the 1820 Census, Thomas was listed as a head of household in Surry County, N. C. His household consisted of two males under 10 years of age, one male 26-45 (Thomas), two females under 10, and one female 26-45 (Polly). The two boys would be Peyton and Leonard Owen; the two girls may have been two daughters who did not survive their parents. Also listed as heads of households in Surry County were David Owen, age 26-45 and Joseph Owen, age 45 or over. As yet, we have not been able to establish their relation to Thomas Owen, but David Owen’s age and the fact that David served as one of the administrators of Thomas’ estate suggests that Thomas and David were brothers.

His estate was probated in Surry County. North Carolina. Foster Phillips and David Owen were named administrators. The administrators submitted their account of the estate sale on November 8, 1822. A further account submitted to the Surry County Court in May Term 1825 showed that the estate had assets of $543.721/2; however, once the administrators’ five-percent commission of $27.15 and debts of $402.86 were deducted, only $113.71 ½ remained.

The heirs of Thomas Owen were Peyton Owen and Leonard Owen, both minors. On December 12, 1825 in Stokes County, North Carolina, Leonard Scott Sr. and Charles Scott signed a bond in the amount of $400 for Leonard Scott Sr to serve as their guardian. Leonard invested the money remaining in the estate, and submitted annual accounts of the interest earned to the Stokes County Court. His final account, dated March term 1836, when Peyton Owen came of age, indicates that the sum stood at $206.06 ¼, “returned by the guardian for Paton & Leonard as legal heirs of Thomas Owens, and Leonard being dead entitles Paton to the whole…as his legacy.”
Thomas Owen and Polly Scott had the following children:

+ 2 i. Peyton Owen was born circa 1816.

3 ii. Leonard Owen. Leonard died before March, 1836 in North Carolina.

l. Thomas Owen was born between 1775 and 1794.[11] Thomas died before November 8, 1822. 
SCOTT, Leonard Sr. (I38973)
 
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From: Shirley (Mahan) Owen
jimsom29@msn.com
Date: 02/27/2002


That is awesome! My last name is Mahan. I have procrastinated and do not have dates on all my cousins. I have meant to write one member of each family and get those as well as offspring but have not done so. This is all I have on the Owen family except BACK and it doesn't go very far as they descend from a British soldier who married Margaret Hunter in early 1780's and moved with her family to what is now Old Richmond and there had a blacksmith shop. My Thomas who married Polly Scott died very young in a house raising accident according to all his brothers who moved away from N. C. Most of this information came from John Hunt, descendant of Sir Peyton Owen. A researcher did the work for him and I just retyped it into Word so I could send it to others. Incidentally, these are the other families I am researching in case you too are working on any of them. Hunter, Scott, Martin, Poindexter, Moser, Kiger, Bowen, Phillips, Pettit, Sprinkle, Carmichael, Hauser, Coleman, Hunt, Howard, Ashburn, Taylor,Binkley, Cox----- Sorry I don't have more dates for you, but as i told you, I am just starting. This DID not come through into the e-mail as I typed it, hope you can follow it. SOM

l. Thomas Owen was born between 1775 and 1794.[1] Thomas died before November 8, 1822 in North Carolina.

2. He married Polly Scott in Stokes County, North Carolina. The marriage bond is dated January 31, 1815. Polly was born between 1791 and 1794. Polly was the daughter of Leonard Scott Sr. and Nancy Butts Martin. Polly died before November 8, 1822 in North Carolina. Thomas was employed as a farmer in Surry Co, N. C. In the 1820 Census, Thomas was listed as a head of household in Surry County, N. C. His household consisted of two males under 10 years of age, one male 26-45 (Thomas), two females under 10, and one female 26-45 (Polly). The two boys would be Peyton and Leonard Owen; the two girls may have been two daughters who did not survive their parents. Also listed as heads of households in Surry County were David Owen, age 26-45 and Joseph Owen, age 45 or over. As yet, we have not been able to establish their relation to Thomas Owen, but David Owen’s age and the fact that David served as one of the administrators of Thomas’ estate suggests that Thomas and David were brothers.

His estate was probated in Surry County. North Carolina. Foster Phillips and David Owen were named administrators. The administrators submitted their account of the estate sale on November 8, 1822. A further account submitted to the Surry County Court in May Term 1825 showed that the estate had assets of $543.721/2; however, once the administrators’ five-percent commission of $27.15 and debts of $402.86 were deducted, only $113.71 ½ remained.

The heirs of Thomas Owen were Peyton Owen and Leonard Owen, both minors. On December 12, 1825 in Stokes County, North Carolina, Leonard Scott Sr. and Charles Scott signed a bond in the amount of $400 for Leonard Scott Sr to serve as their guardian. Leonard invested the money remaining in the estate, and submitted annual accounts of the interest earned to the Stokes County Court. His final account, dated March term 1836, when Peyton Owen came of age, indicates that the sum stood at $206.06 ¼, “returned by the guardian for Paton & Leonard as legal heirs of Thomas Owens, and Leonard being dead entitles Paton to the whole…as his legacy.”
Thomas Owen and Polly Scott had the following children:

+ 2 i. Peyton Owen was born circa 1816.

3 ii. Leonard Owen. Leonard died before March, 1836 in North Carolina.

l. Thomas Owen was born between 1775 and 1794.[11] Thomas died before November 8, 1822. 
MARTIN, Nancy Butts (I38974)
 
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From: Shirley (Mahan) Owen
jimsom29@msn.com
Date: 02/27/2002


That is awesome! My last name is Mahan. I have procrastinated and do not have dates on all my cousins. I have meant to write one member of each family and get those as well as offspring but have not done so. This is all I have on the Owen family except BACK and it doesn't go very far as they descend from a British soldier who married Margaret Hunter in early 1780's and moved with her family to what is now Old Richmond and there had a blacksmith shop. My Thomas who married Polly Scott died very young in a house raising accident according to all his brothers who moved away from N. C. Most of this information came from John Hunt, descendant of Sir Peyton Owen. A researcher did the work for him and I just retyped it into Word so I could send it to others. Incidentally, these are the other families I am researching in case you too are working on any of them. Hunter, Scott, Martin, Poindexter, Moser, Kiger, Bowen, Phillips, Pettit, Sprinkle, Carmichael, Hauser, Coleman, Hunt, Howard, Ashburn, Taylor,Binkley, Cox----- Sorry I don't have more dates for you, but as i told you, I am just starting. This DID not come through into the e-mail as I typed it, hope you can follow it. SOM

l. Thomas Owen was born between 1775 and 1794.[1] Thomas died before November 8, 1822 in North Carolina.

2. He married Polly Scott in Stokes County, North Carolina. The marriage bond is dated January 31, 1815. Polly was born between 1791 and 1794. Polly was the daughter of Leonard Scott Sr. and Nancy Butts Martin. Polly died before November 8, 1822 in North Carolina. Thomas was employed as a farmer in Surry Co, N. C. In the 1820 Census, Thomas was listed as a head of household in Surry County, N. C. His household consisted of two males under 10 years of age, one male 26-45 (Thomas), two females under 10, and one female 26-45 (Polly). The two boys would be Peyton and Leonard Owen; the two girls may have been two daughters who did not survive their parents. Also listed as heads of households in Surry County were David Owen, age 26-45 and Joseph Owen, age 45 or over. As yet, we have not been able to establish their relation to Thomas Owen, but David Owen’s age and the fact that David served as one of the administrators of Thomas’ estate suggests that Thomas and David were brothers.

His estate was probated in Surry County. North Carolina. Foster Phillips and David Owen were named administrators. The administrators submitted their account of the estate sale on November 8, 1822. A further account submitted to the Surry County Court in May Term 1825 showed that the estate had assets of $543.721/2; however, once the administrators’ five-percent commission of $27.15 and debts of $402.86 were deducted, only $113.71 ½ remained.

The heirs of Thomas Owen were Peyton Owen and Leonard Owen, both minors. On December 12, 1825 in Stokes County, North Carolina, Leonard Scott Sr. and Charles Scott signed a bond in the amount of $400 for Leonard Scott Sr to serve as their guardian. Leonard invested the money remaining in the estate, and submitted annual accounts of the interest earned to the Stokes County Court. His final account, dated March term 1836, when Peyton Owen came of age, indicates that the sum stood at $206.06 ¼, “returned by the guardian for Paton & Leonard as legal heirs of Thomas Owens, and Leonard being dead entitles Paton to the whole…as his legacy.”
Thomas Owen and Polly Scott had the following children:

+ 2 i. Peyton Owen was born circa 1816.

3 ii. Leonard Owen. Leonard died before March, 1836 in North Carolina.

l. Thomas Owen was born between 1775 and 1794.[11] Thomas died before November 8, 1822. 
OWEN, Leonard (I38975)
 
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Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Matilda (I41228)
 
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Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
SANDERS, Joseph (I41229)
 
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Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Isaac (I41230)
 
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Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Susanna (I41231)
 
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Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Delila (I41232)
 
28
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Margaret (I41235)
 
29
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Jacob (I41236)
 
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Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Andrew (I41237)
 
31
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Hiram (I41238)
 
32
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
FRY, Mary (I41240)
 
33
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
SLIMP, Absalom (I41242)
 
34
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
DUNAWAY, Charles (I41243)
 
35
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
MCRAE, Daniel D. (I41244)
 
36
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
YONCE, Polly (I41245)
 
37
Frye, Valentine - 1 - In the unnumbered documents folder. 
Margaret (I41246)
 
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http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0639798/bio
Sam O'Brien co-starred in the 1972 John Wayne vehicle, The Cowboys (1972) with his real-life brother, Clay O'Brien . (Sam played "Jimmy Phillips" to Clay's "Hardy Fimps".) Clay, at 6 foot tall, stands a good head taller than his brother. Sam retired from acting at an early age. As a grown-up, Sam served his country by becoming an Army helicopter pilot, achieving the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 4. (CW4) Sam was married to Patricia Stevens until her untimely death from cancer in 2001. The couple have two children, Seth and Samantha. Samantha is still in High School, while Seth has made his father a proud grandpa. Sam goes by the surname of Bass these days and is still active in the world of horses and cowboys. 
COOPER, Sam (I42353)
 
39
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 5, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.4307.99]

Individual: Albert, John
Social Security #: 302-16-3219
SS# issued in: Ohio

Birth date: Apr 3, 1919
Death date: Aug 1972


Residence code: Ohio

ZIP Code of last known residence: 45640
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Jackson, Ohio
 
ALBERT, John Moses (I23468)
 
40
________________________________________
From:
To:
Subject: marshall of Stokes Co. NC
Date: Friday, February 21, 2003 8:16 PM

I have recentlly found some missing links in my marshall of Stokes co search.

My grandfather Carl Jones Marshall was born in Stokes Co. in 1909, died in Suffolk Va in 1966

His father is William Wortz Marshall born in Stokes Co in 1889 & died in Suffolk VA in 1945. According to his obt. his parents were William Dewitt and Florence James Marshall of Stokes Co. I saw in your website there was a Willis Dewitt and Etta Florence James Marshall could they be my g-g grandparents?

any help would be most appreciated
Thanks
Todd Marshall 
MARSHALL, Carl Jones (I40085)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HASS, Marshall Elizabeth (I23107)
 
42
_________________________________________
From: crowther@alumni.clemson.edu
Date: Monday, June 14, 2004 8:02 PM

David,
My brother Carroll forwarded me your information on Lillie Edwina Marshall - I have reviewed it - it really fills in some blank information that I have been trying to authenticate. Some corrections to your information that I can confirm are true are:

Lela Grace Colglazier died on April 14, 1947 - I confirmed this information with my mother (Lela's daughter) - she also died in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She is buried in Cemetery Hill on the Clemson University campus with a commemorative plague from the Pickens chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

Also, my mother's birthday Elizabeth Stark Marshall is October 12, 1915, not September 12, 1915.

John Logan Marshall is buried in Doctor's Inlet, Florida - a memorial stone is in Cemetery Hill at Clemson University.

I have not confirmed, but my records show Lois Attaway dying in 1991 instead of 1996.
Marshall Elizabeth Hass' birthday is July 27 instead of July 17.

Jane Watson Hass is married to Thomas Herbert Philbrick instead of Toni Philbrick.

You show Della Jo Marshall (younger) as being married in 1950 - that is her birthday year- don't know the exact date. 
PHILBRICK, Thomas Herbert (I23109)
 
43 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, William Lee (I28484)
 
44 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Dove (I41756)
 
45 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Calvin (I41757)
 
46 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, John Walter (I41758)
 
47 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Robert Emmanuel (I41759)
 
48 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Rose Bell (I41760)
 
49 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Garland (I41761)
 
50 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
WORRELL, Cordelia (I41762)
 

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