Matches 3251 to 3300 of 3562
|3251||«b»U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914|
«i»Name:«/b»Thomas I Traylor«tab»«tab»
«b»Birthplace:«/b»Virginia, United States«tab»«tab»
Date: 4 Jul 1820
Description: Ht 5'11", grey eyes, sandy hair, light complexion, age 21, occupation - painter
Location: Campbell Co., VA
Term: 5 years
|3252||Problem with Barbara's age and birth date. 1860 Census lists her as age ten = 1850; 1870 census lists her as age 16 = 1854. Need to check 1850||Barbara Trickler
|3253||Possible Elizabeth Moneymaker was second wife? 20 year age difference between Daniel and Elizabeth makes me wonder. Also note 8 year gap in ages between Barbara (1850) and Amanda (1858). Need to check further.||Daniel Trickler
|3254||Died when a young girl.||Alice Love Troutman
|3255||«i»History of the Troutman Family«/i». Troutman, Flodene Parks. Marion, Ill.: unknown, 1866?. Ancestry.com. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.|
"B. Jacob Cowan Troutman, born in Iredel County, in 1835, married Mary Maria Byerly, moved to Knox County, Tennessee, prior to 1858, resided fourteen miles from Knoxville, nine miles from Strawberry Plains. He later moved to Peculiar, Missouri, then moved to Kansas. He served in the Civil War, under General Sherman, was severely wounded, afterward walked with a cane. He is buried in Goodrich, Kansas. He left the following descendants:
1a. James Adam Troutmann, married Louisa Alice Luttrell, and later married Eliza Sullivan. He had the following children:
a(1) Joseph Cowan Troutman
a(2) John Henry Troutman
a(3) Alva Newton Troutman
a(4) Mary Troutman, who married a Barnett
a(5) Marion Troutman
a(6) Floyd Troutman
a(7) Laura Troutman, who married a Byers
a(8) Chauncey D. Troutman
a(9) Alice Love, died a young girl
a(10) William Troutman, died in infancy ...."
|James Adam Troutman
|3256||Died in infancy.||William Troutman
|3257||Find A Grave Memorial #54059282|
Jack Womack Tubb, age 76, of E. Marshall Street, Waynesville, NC was born in Franklin County, TN on Jun. 4, 1927 and passed away Saturday, August 16, 2003 at Autumn Care Nursing Home.
He was a native of Sewanee, Tennessee and had resided in Haywood County since 1961. He was the son of the late John B. and Ruby Womack Tubb. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Gene Conley Tubb, who died in 1995.
He graduated from the University of Tennessee and was a Plant Engineer with Dayco. He was a US Navy veteran. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Waynesville, a member of the Asbury sunday school class, United Methodist Men, and Cook Team Leader. He enjoyed fishing at Mexico Beach, FL, and growing grapes to make wine.
|Jack Womack Tubb
|3258||Find A Grave Memorial #43533231|
JOHN L. TUBB, DDS
Date Of Birth: AUG. 2, 1920
Date Of Death: OCT. 23, 2009
Service Date: 1:00 PM MON. OCT. 26, 2009
Dr. John Leslie Tubb, age 89, born Aug. 2, 1920, passed away on Oct. 23, 2009 at Southern Manor Assisted Living Center in Winchester. Dr. Tubb graduated from Central High School, Winchester, TN in 1938. Tennessee Polytechnical Institute (TPI) (agriculture) in 1943, and the Ohio State University School of Dentistry in 1948. He served in the U.S. Army in WWII and the Korean Conflict. He also attended Texas A&M. Following his graduation from dental school he worked for the Veterans Administration and was in private practice in Memphis. He served as a dentist in the army during the Korean Conflict. He opened his practice in Winchester in 1953 and was in practice until 1995 when he sold his practice to Dr. Rick Courtney. While at TPI, Dr. Tubb met the love of his life, Venice, who was also a student. They married on March 16, 1945. She passed away on May 7, 2004. He was a member and deacon of First Baptist Church in Winchester, Sunday School teacher, and the chairman of the yard committee for over twenty years. He was a Member of the 4th District Dental Society, past president of the Winchester Lions Club, helped organize the Huntland Lions Club, enjoyed golfing with three aces, working in the yard, ballroom dancing and traveling with Venice, spending time with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and becoming known as "Pap" to his family.
Dr. Tubb was preceded in death by his wife, Venice Smith Tubb, Mother and Father, Ruby W. and John B. Tubb, Brother, Jack W. Tubb, infant son, John Alan Tubb.
He is survived by his son, Gary (Kim) Tubb of Stevenson, AL. Daughter, Ann (Buddy) Miller of Murfreesboro, TN. Grandchildren; Robert (Mariah) Tubb of Estill Springs, TN, John (Vanessa) Tubb of Winchester, Leslie Miller of Portland, OR and Bradford Miller of Murfreesboro, TN. Great-Grandchildren, Alan Tubb, Caleb Tubb and Katelynn Holder. Sister, Sara T. King, of Boulder, CO, Special Nieces, Arie Tubb (Mike) Motschman, Marietta, GA and Lisa Tubb (Bruce) Reid of Murfreesboro, TN, Special Sister-in-law, Mary Ruth (Everett) Grant of Winchester and a very special friend, Mary Nunley of Winchester, TN.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Southern Manor Assisted Living Center for all of the love and care they have given him since he became a resident in 2005.
Services for Dr. Tubb will be at 1:00 PM Monday at Winchester First Baptist Church with Bro. Darrell Williams officiating. Visitiation with the family will be from 11:00 A.M. until service time Monday. Interment will be in the Winchester Memorial Park. Serving as Pallbearers are his grandsons, and Bill Webb, Mike Motschman and Bruce Reid.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to be given to the Winchester First Baptist Church, 108 S. High Street, Winchester, TN 37398 or Hospice Compassus, 936 N. Jackson Street, Tullahoma, TN 37388
Grant Funeral Services • 103 Peters Rd. Estill Springs, TN 37330
|John L. Tubb
|3259||«b»West Virginia, Births Index, 1853-1969|
«b»Birth Date:«/b»25 May 1894«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Place:«/b»Milton, Cabell, West Virginia«tab»«tab»
«b»Mother's name:«/b»Fannie Killgore«tab»«tab»
«b»Mother's Birth Place:«/b»West Virginia«tab»«tab»
«b»FHL Film Number:«/b»559301«tab»«tab»
|Bessie Lee Tucker
|3260||Find-a-grave||William Richard Tucker
|3261||Banister Turner died before 1 Nov 1875. The following notes refer to the settlement of his estate. Note that he has remarried Nancy A. [Unknown] following the death of his wife, Susannah Hefner.|
"1875 Nov. 1 - To Phillip M. Turner, Adm. of Banister Turner Es. - You will take notice that application is hereby made for a years allowance for Nancy A. Turner widow of Bannister Turner, Dec'd, to be assigned to her out of the Estate of said Bannister Turner as the law directs. (Atty of Nancy A. Turner
1879 Nov. 20 - Notice for P. M. Turner to produce deed from Banister Turner, Dec'd, to M. S. ? for land to Haywood Co. Superior Court
1879 Dec. 17 - Settlement of the above land dispute."
Source: "Ancestors of Mark Franklin Turner" FamilyTreemaker.com Family Tree
Accessed by Shirley Dalton 2 Sep 2006
|3262||This is a UNDOCUMENTED burial, as no headstone has been found. There are two fieldstone markers right next to and in the same row with her eldest son William and his wife Mary and her mother Dorcus Ezell. These two stones may be the markers for Jemima and her husband John.|
From SPARTANBURG COUNTY Equity Court, Box 21, pkg.3, we learn she is the daughter of William Turner and granddaughter of John and Rebecca Turner. She was married about 1799 to John Parris.
In Aug. 1819 she ran into a little trouble with the law. She was accused of Assualt and Battery upon constable, Nimrod Horten, when he tried to rescue some property he had executed. In the spring term of 1820, she was found guilty on four counts.
Buck Creek Church records list her as dead in 1855.
Click on letter at right. From the center of page, "Grandfather Robt. Parris", down it talks about John & Jemima and their children.
Jemima was the mother of 15 children;
1. Rebecca b-abt 1800
2. William M. b-29 Aug.1802
3. Daughter (Jemima?) b- abt 1803
4. Mary "Polly" b-1805
5. John S. b-10 Mar.1807
6. David b-25 Sept.1809
7. James b-abt 1811
8. Enoch b-1813
9. Nathaniel b-1815
10 Daughter (Therese?) b-abt 1817
11 Phoebe "Fereby" b-Dec 1823
12 Robert Lee b-1825
13 Daughter (Susan?) b-abt 1827
14 Noah b-1830
15 Sylvester b-1831
|3263||Find A Grave Memorial #93209272|
Mamie Ellen Watkins Henry
(October 7, 1922 - August 17, 2007)
Mamie Ellen Watkins Henry, age 84, of Maryville passed away on Friday, August 17, 2007, at the family home. She was a member of Third Street Baptist Church. Preceded in death by first husband, Arvil J. Watkins; second husband, Rev. Eli Henry; brothers, Clyde and Clarence Tyler. Survived by sons and daughters in law, J.C. Sr. and Esielee Watkins of Maryville, Roy and Nancy Watkins of Maryville; step daughter, Carolyn Dockery of Coker Creek; grandchildren, Stephanie Watkins, John Watkins Jr., Steve Watkins and wife Alicia, Jennifer Watkins and Jeff Watkins; great grandchildren, Braeden Watkins, Caleb Watkins; brother, Frank Tyler of LA; several nieces and nephews. Family and friends will meet at 10:00 AM Monday, August 20, 2007 at Dotson Memorial Cemetery, for the graveside service and interment with Rev. Steve Hickman officiating. Family and friends may call at their convenience from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM on Sunday at Miller Funeral Home, Maryville.www.millerfuneralhome.org
|3264||U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865|
Name: James W. Vantrease Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: Kentucky Regiment Name: 1 (Butler's) Kentucky Cavalry Regiment Name Expanded: 1st Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry (Butler's) Company: E Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Film Number: M377 roll 13
National Park Service. «i»U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Original data: National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online <«u»
U.S., Appointments of U. S. Postmasters, 1832-1971
Name: James W Vantrease Post Office Location: Cammack, Hamilton, Illinois Appointment Date: 9 Feb 1895 Volume #: 87 Volume Year Range: 1893-1930 Appt end 26 Jul 1895
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington, D.C.; «i»Record of Appointment of Postmasters, 1832-Sept. 30, 1971«/i»; Roll #: «i»28«/i»; Archive Publication #: «i»M841«/i».
Ancestry.com. «i»U.S., Appointments of U. S. Postmasters, 1832-1971«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. This collection was indexed by «u» «/u»contributors.
|James William Vantrease
|3265||Peter was a yeoman, a cordwainer, and a Quaker. He and Elizabeth had seven children. Noyes, Libby, Davis, "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire," (1939), p. 704; Held, Ruth Varney, "Charles Varney and Rachel Parker of Berwick, Maine," [1976, San Diego, CA], p. 20.||Peter Varney
|3266||News Article/Obituary: Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, 1963|
A 58-year-old Tuscumbia farmer was killed Sunday (Oct. 6, 1963) in a tractor accident as he worked on his farm west of Tuscumbia. The body of Aubrey W. Vaughan was found about 2 p.m. Monday after he failed to report for work that morning at the Pryor Novelty Co. in Tuscumbia where he was a machine operator.
Dr. L. Stanley Humphreys, Miller County coroner, said Vaughan's chest was crushed by the tractor. He estimated the accident occurred about noon Sunday. It was believed that Vaughan was gathering firewood Sunday morning. An empty wagon-which did not overturn-was hooked onto the tractor. The tractor apparently overturned on a sharp incline.
Fred Pryor, an owner of the Pryor Company, and two employees-Morris Patterson and Russell Burks-started searching for Vaughan after he failed to report Monday. They were joined in the search by Bill Anson and Ralph Wilkerson.
The men found Vaughn's body about 200 feet from the overturned tractor. Vaughan had apparently walked or crawled from the tractor and had crossed a low fence, apparently trying to reach the home of Anson, a neighbor. Vaughan's wife, Mrs. Artie Vaughan, is employed at Lake Ozark through the week and had not been at the farm since Sunday morning, it was reported.
A native of the Tuscumbia area, Mr. Vaughan was born March 11, 1905, to Wilson M. and Deska Lee Dobson Vaughan. He married the former Artie Shackleford. He had been employed with Pryors 17 years.
Also surviving are two sons, James Aubrey Vaughan and Robert L. Vaughan and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Louise Kelly, and Mrs. Lois Dean Duncan, all of Kansas City, Kan. Three brothers, Oval Vaughan of Eldon, Robert Vaughan of Tuscumbia, and Harold Vaughan of Versailles; three sisters, Mrs. Goldia McDowell and Mrs. Dean Musick, both of Tuscumbia, and Mrs. Pauline Hessefort of Warsaw; two half-brothers, Theron Vaughan and Floyd Vaughan, both of Eldon; a half-sister, Mrs. Tressie Boswell of Vinita, Okla., and nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Flatwoods Baptist Church, with the Rev. Everett Cotton officiating. Burial was in the Scott Cemetery under the direction of Phillips Funeral Home of Eldon.
|Aubrey W. Vaughan
|3267||Find A Grave Memorial #12649024|
married 2nd Lela Mae Jones, 23 Dec 1960
|Oval C. Vaughan
|3268||Find A Grave Memorial #84136851|
Miller County Autogram-Sentinel, May 2005
Virginia Moneymaker 87, of Brumley died Saturday, May 21, 2005, at St. Mary's Health Center in Jefferson City. She was born Sept. 20, 1917, in Tuscumbia to Louie Berendzen and Bertha Vaughan Flaugher. On Oct. 5, 1933, she was married in Miller County to John Henry Moneymaker, who died July 13, 1972.
Mrs. Moneymaker attended Goodwill Baptist Church in Crocker.
Surviving her are a daughter, Barbara Harrison of Iberia; two brothers, Earl Flaugher of Eldon and John Flaugher of Belleville, Ill., 15 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and 37 great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Cleta Rowden; two sons, Bobby and Wayne Moneymaker; a step-son, Louis Moneymaker; and a step-daughter, Ina Wall.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Rekus Funeral Home in Iberia with Bro. Elton Dake and Bro. J.R. McGuire officiating. Burial was in Mt. Union Cemetery near Brumley. Memorial contributions may be made to the cemetery.
|3269||Find A Grave Memorial #36346636||Charles Ewing Veal
|3270||«b»U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006|
Name:«/b»Wendell Frankie Vespie«tab»«tab»
«b»Service Info.:«/b»SP4 US ARMY«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Date:«/b»22 Mar 1935«tab»«tab»
«b»Death Date:«/b»17 Aug 1997«tab»«tab»
«b»Cemetery Address:«/b»Lancing, TN 37770«tab»«tab»«i»
«/i»National Cemetery Administration. «i»U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
|Wendell Franklin Vespie
|3271||John Vickers' Revolutionary War Pension File|
John Vickers of Lincoln Co. in the State of Tennessee who was a private in the company commanded by Captain Ewell of the Regiment commanded by Colonel Gibson in the Virginia line, for the term of three years from 1777 to 1780.
|John R. Vickers
|3272||Find A Grave Memorial #34908755|
Phoebe Vickers Lewis was born in Tennesee to James Vickers and Elizabeth Moury. She married Jeremiah Thomas Lewis 23 Nov 1826 in Indian Mound, Stewart Co., TN. The moved to Hamilton Co., IL by 1830 where they lived out the rest of their lives. They were the parents of thirteen children.
|3273||Find-a-grave obit posted by|
Sleepy Hill, Mar. 22, 2011, Memorial #67267266
Virgie" Litteral of Oil Springs, Ky., Died Saturday a Victim of Influenza Virgie Litteral, age 78 years, of Oil Springs, Ky., known throughout this section of the state as "Aunt Virgie," died at her home at that place last Saturday, January 5, after a brief illness of influenza.
Probably no other woman in Johnson County was better known or held in higher esteem than "Aunt Virgie." She was the wife of the late Marion Litteral and during his life the two conducted the Litteral House at Oil Springs, which was a mecca for weary travelers of many Eastern Kentucky counties, and was widely known because of it's hospitality and the loving care bestowed upon the guests by Mr. Litteral and his good wife.
Mr. Litteral preceded his wife in death nearly 10 years ago, having died November 21, 1919. Mrs. Litteral was born February 4, 1850, and was married to F. Marion Litteral, January 1, 1872. She was known far and wide as a good Christian woman and had been a member of the Methodist Church at Oil Springs for more than fifty years and was a regular attendant until a few years ago when she was prevented from attending regularly because of the infirmities of advanced age. Two weeks ago she was stricken with influenza and because of her advanced age could not withstand the ravages of the dreadful malady and passed on to join the innumerable hosts who have passed on.
"Aunt Virgie" is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Curnutte of Dallas, Texas, and Letitia Manning of Morehead, Ky., and a vast circle of acquaintances who will be genuinely grieved on learning of the death of this good woman. Mrs. Manning, the youngest member of a family of ten children was present at the funeral and burial of Mrs. Litteral, which took place at Oil Springs Monday in the presence of a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives.
Paintsville Herald Thursday 1-10-1929
|Sarah Virginia "Virgie" Vincell
|3274||Buried with a marker that reads "Alice J. Wade 4 months"||Alice Jane Wade
|3275||DEATH: !Buried witha marker that reads "Bessie E. Wade 4 months 7 days".||Bessie Emma Wade
|3276||Buried with a marker that reads "Guy F. Wade". No dates are given.||Guy F. Wade
|3277||Buried with a marker that reads "Velma R. Wade 1 year 7 months 29 days".||Velma Wade
|3278||Find A Grave Memorial #14237874|
Information added by maintainer of memorial is incorrect. It states that this Effie A. Waggoner was born Jan 1885 and was d/o Eli & Julia Striker Waggoner.
Based on date of death and age at death on gravestone, Effie A. Waggoner was born November 1868. She is the widow of David S. Waggoner and daughter of Frederick Waggoner and Louise Goble.
|Effie Alsinda Waggoner
|3279||Find A Grave|
Feb. 8, 1899
79 yrs, 4 mos, 26 ds
[birth date calculated from this info]
|3280||In 1790 the town was Lincoln County, Virginia and is now Kentucky. In 1812, George married Elizabeth who was a daughter of Fred and Mary, who had moved to the Indiana Territory the year before. George and Elizabeth followed them in the Spring of 1815 and settled on a 160 acre parcel near Salem. He had this surveyed on August 17, 1815 and December 8, 1817, but tradition says that a man appeared with a legal deed to the property and George's family was dispossed of their land.|
It was in 1820 that the Waggoners decided to move north and came to Jackson County where they were said to be the second family to settle in Salt Creek Township. George's stock-mark was registered at the courthouse on November 28, 1822. The family erected a log home which was located a few miles east of the present village of Houston. They were Dunkards and helped to organize the first church in the area and George also assisted in building the first schoolhouse in 1823. This was a small log house (19 x 20) located one half mile north of Houston. In the 1850's the Waggoners settled a short distance away in Beck's Grove and remained for several years before returning to the Houston Area.
Source: Ancestry.com; Family Trees;Ruddick Family; Nancy Jacobsen
|3281||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
Feb. 10, 1817
Aug. 29, 1895
Wife of Hezekiah Strutton
|Margaret Elizabeth Waggoner
|3282||Find A Grave Memorial #40302591|
Carrie Waldrop Childress
Beloved Wife and Mother
Jan 18 1928 - Dec 16 2008
|Carrie Belle Waldrop
|3283||Findagrave||Sarah Jane Walker
|3284||BIRTH: !Est birth year based on age at marriage of 25, est marriage 1798, child born 1799||William Walker
Born in Olive Township, Elizabeth was the daughter of John Wall and Margaret Olive.
Elizabeth married James R. Luttrell on 30 May 1867 in Madison County, Illinois. They were the parents of 5 children.
James died in 1888.
Elizabeth lived with her son in Poag, Illinois. At the time of her death at their residence, she was 89 years old.
She was survived by her son, James; and 3 daughters, Clara Johnson, Tillie Wilkerson and Catherine Fensterman.
Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. on 06 Nov 1935 at the Wanda Methodist Church.
Children: 4 daughters, 1 son.
Catherine "Katie" Luttrell Fensterman
Bertha Luttrell Behrens
Clara Luttrell Johnson
James H. Luttrell
Matilda "Tillie" Luttrell Wilkerson
|3286||Find A Grave Memorial #80263307|
July 3, 1890
Dec. 25. 1945
Note: Stella married twice after Charles Shackelford died; 1st to Mr. Robinson, 2nd to Mr. Workman
|3287||Was in Confederate Army Div. of Nitre & Mining Bureau, CSA.||Wade H. Wallace
|3288||find-a-grave photo of gravestone||Benjamin Franklin Wallingford
|3289||1900 Federal Census states Mary had borne 12 children, only 5 were living.|
find-a-grave photo of gravestone
Levi B. Fuller
Mary L. His Wife
|Mary Louisa Wallingford
|3290||Find A Grave Memorial# 5542700|
Maggie was the daughter of Margaret Balch and Caleb Milton Walls. Her mother married 1st Drury Vinson Womack.
|Margaret J. "Maggie" Walls
|3291||Find A Grave Memorial# 53495766|
Regiment Name 9 Missouri Cavalry
Soldier's Rank_In Pvt.
Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt.
Film Number M390 roll 50
Jacob's name also appears on the following Roll Calls:
10th Regiment, Missouri Cavalry Co. I
1st Regiment Artillery Volunteers Co. A
47th Regiment Infantry Volunteers Co. K
78th Regiment E.M.M. Co. E
«u»"Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
«/u»Missouri State ArchivesSoldiers' Records: War of 1812 - World War I
«u»NPS Civil War Soldiers & Sailors «/u»
Served in Co I, 9th MO Cavalry then transferred to 10th MO Cavalry and enrolled in 78th Enrolled Missouri Militia 8/6/1862
|3292||photo of gravestone|
N. E. Luttrell
Aug. 27, 1871
Mar. 27, 1950
She is only sleeping
Mrs. Elzada Luttrell Services Held
Mrs. Elzada Luttrell, 78 years and seven months old, died at her home at Phil, Kentucky, Monday, March 27. She was the widow of J. R. Luttrell and was a very popular lady. She is survived by 12 children.
Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Orlando Rogers, were held at the grave March 28, at 10:00 A. M. with burial in the Luttrell cemetery.
Funeral arrangements were in charge of Pruitt Funeral Home, of this city.
|Nancy Elzada Ware
|3293||(Research):1880 Federal Census Linn Co., MO - Zachariah Ware, Sarah's brother, is living in household with Samuel and Sarah.||Sarah Ware
|3294||Not located after 1900 census.||Temperance Ware
|3295||«b»Tennessee, Delayed Birth Records, 1869-1909|
Name:«/b»Alice Mearle Watkins«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Date:«/b»15 Mar 1903«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Place:«/b»Madisonville, Monroe«tab»«tab»
«b»Father:«/b»John Earvin Watkins«tab»«tab»
«b»Mother:«/b»Sara Elizabeth Stratton«tab»«tab»
|Alice Mearle Watkins
|3296||«b»Proposed Change: Family: John Jasper Watkins/Catherine Rebecca Dills (F5799)|
«i»ntbl From:«b»Frank Watkins«/b» (firstname.lastname@example.org) This sender is in your «u»safe list
Tree: All Family Connections
Description: John Jasper Watkins Born July 22, 1837 Died Feb. 22 1923,
Catherine Rebecca Dills Born June 30, 1841 Died June 18, 1902 Married John Jasper Watkins Oct. 23, 1860.
John's Father was Pleasant Humphrey Posey Watkins born Jan.21,1813, died Dec.26,1889 Married to Rebecca M. Phillips on Mar. 5,1835. Rebecca was born April 15,1814 and died Aug.3, 1887.
John Jasper Watkins was my Great Grandfather.
|John Jasper Watkins
|3297||Find A Grave Memorial# 99339943|
[1st husband William Delves, died 30 Aug 1848]
William and Mary left England for the U.S. William became sick on the ship. He died Aug 30, 1848, 2 days after arriving at Staten Island, Aug 28. Mary stayed in New York 3 weeks and then made her way (mostly by boat) to Union Co IL, settling neat Jonesboro. She bought 40 acres a few miles south of Jonesboro and built a long cabin. She lived there until marrying William Eaves. She and William were Primitive Baptists.
Mary and her first husband, William Delves, immigrated to the US with their 3 children (Rachel Delves, age 4, Ruth Delves, age 2, and Sarah Delves, age 1) in 1848. William became sick four weeks after departing England. He became progressively worse for the remainder of the three weeks it took to reach Staten Island on August the 28th. He died on the 30th. William had intended to settle in New York but Mary had relatives in Jonesboro, Illinois so that's where she went instead.
As per Mary Jo Freeman
|3298||Find A Grave Memorial #91424002|
Beloved husband of Vergie E. Atkins Watkins whom he married on February 5, 1933. in Monroe County,Tennessee.
Parents: John Erwin Watkins and Sarah Elizabeth Stratton Watkins
|Willie Leon Watkins
|3299||BIRTH: !Est birth year based on age 21 at date of marriage.||Lucy Watson
|3300||1870 children of Rebecca's brother, Winston, are living with Robert and Rebecca -- Nancy C., age 16, James, age 13, William, age 9 [s/b11]. Winston and wife Malvina apparently died before 1870.||Robert Watson