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[NI00001] William Blewett, Esq. was transported from England to the colonies whenabout ten years old f or the trivial offense of cutting a riding switch ofa nobleman's land. He was brough up in P hiladelphia City in the tailortrade. From there removed to North Carolina on the Pee Dee Riv er, whichis on the line between Anson and Richmond Counties, when a young man. Onland Grante d to him by King George the Second and King George the Thirdof England. William Blewett wa s a Justice of the Peace for Anson County,NC in 1776.

From: N. C. State Department of Archives and History Anson County Wills
Book A, p. 34 (microfilms)

No. 18
In the name of God Amen. I, William Blewett, of the county of Anson,
State of North Carolina, being well in body and of sound mind and memory,
calling to mind my own mortality, do think proper to make and constitutethis
my last will and testament in manner and form floowing -
Imprimis. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas 200 acres of land in
Richmond County patented in my own name. Also, 230 acres adj. aforesaid
patented by Robert Jarman, to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Eli Blewett 245 acres of landlying
between my son Thomas Blewett and Cartledge Creek, to him and his heirs
forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son William Blewett 300 acres ofland on McCoy Creek i n Anson County, to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Morris Blewett 100 acres ofland adj. my son Eli Ble wett on the lower side of Cartledge Creek inRichmond County to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son David Blewett 100 acres of landin
Anson County whereon I now live, to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son James Blewett 320 acres in Anson
County adj. my son David Blewett patented by Robert Jarman, to him andhis heirs and assigns f orever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my six sons Thomas, William, Eli,Morris,
David, and James all my Fishery to be equally divided amongst them eachone doing his proporti on of labour in keeping the same repairs, to themand thier heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to Thomas Watkins of Richmond County, the
seventh part of aforesaid Fishery willed to my six sons, he now beingpossessed of the propert y of the same but his title not by me conveyed,the said Thomas Watkins doing his portion of l abour to keep said Fisheryin repair, to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I leave with my loving wife Elizabeth Blewett (after my justdebts
being paid) during her life or widowhood all my movable estate, andsettle her on my son David 's land during her life.
My will is in case my wife Elizabeth should marry and after mydecease,
that two thirds of all my movable estate be sold and the money arising
thereform to be equally divided between my two daughters Susannah andAnne.
I will the privilege on my Ferry to my two sons Thomas and David, tothem and their heir s forever.
Lastly, I constitute and appoint my three sons, Thomas, William andEli my sole Executor s of this my last will and testment.
In witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and seal this 15th dayJune in the year o f our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety.

Wm. Blewett (Seal)

Assigned and Ack'd in the presence of us
Test: Thomas Smith, Jurate
Jacob Morris
Hardy Hooker, Jurate
John Smith, Carpenter
No Probate Shown.

NC Anson County Will Index

Devisor Devisee When Probated Book Page

Blewett, William Thomas Blewett Jun 15, 1790 A 34
William Blewett
Eli Blewett

Land Grants

This land grant is in Old English, and inasmuch as the Old English Letter
"s" is not on available in this program, I am substituting the letter"f", it
is not a typographical error.

GRANT

George the fecond by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and
Ireland, King Defender of the Faith, etc. To all to whom thefe Prefentsshall
come greeting:
Know ye that we for the inconfideration of the rentf and dutiefherein
referred have given and granted by thefe prefents for us and our Heirf and
succeffors fo give and grant unto William Blewett a tract of landcontaining
200 acref lying and bing in the County of Bladen our Province of NorthCarolina lying on the N orth East fide of Great Pee Dee beginning about amile and a half above the mouth of Cartledge s Creek at 2 white oaksrunning North 25 degrees El 114 poles to a pine; and afh on the Riverb ank then up the river to the firft ftop containing 200 acres as by theplat hereto annexed dot h appear. Together with all woodf, waterf, minef,mineralf, hereditamentf and appertances t o the faid landf belonging orappertaining (one half of all gold and filver minef excepted), t o holdhim, the faid Blewett, his heirf and affignf foreveraf our Manor ofGreenwich in our Cou nty of Kent in free and common soccage by Fealtyonly; yeilding and praying unto us our heir f and succeffors on the Secondday of February in each year at fuch placef in our province a s ourGovernor for the time being with the advice and confent of our confulfhall think fit t o direct and appoint provided always that in cafe of thefaid, William Blewett, heirs and affi gns, fhall not within the fpace ofThree yearf from the date hereof Plat the fame during his r ights andlikewise clear and cultivate according to the proportion of Three acresfor every hun dred, and alfo that if a Minute of Docket or thefe ourletters Patent fhall not be entered i n the office of our Auditor Generalfor the time being in our faid cafes thefe our Letters Pat ens fhall bevoid and of noe effest.
In teftimony Whereof we have caufed the great Feal of our Faidprovinces to be hereunto a ffixed witness our Trufty and well beloved,Gabriel Johnston, Efquire, our Captain General an d Governor in Chief atRaleigh, this 30th day of September, in the Twenty Second Year of ourRe ign, Anno Domini, One Thousand,
Seven Hundred and Forty-eight (9/30/1748).
Recorded in the Sec. Office, in Rice Dep Sec.
By His Excellency Command,
In Rice Dep. Sec.
Job Johnston
Enrolled in the Aud. General Office, 31st Sept., 1748
Alex McColloch
Deptuty Auditor.

GRANT

North Carolina ss. No. 235

George the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great Britian, France and
Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, etc., to all to whom thefe Prefentsfhall
come, Greeting: KNOW YE, that We, for an confideration of the Rent andDutief herein referred , have Given and Granted, and by thefe Prefents,for Us, Our Heirs and Succeffors, DO Give an d Grant unto William Blewetta Tract of Land, containing One Hundred Acres, lying and being i n theCounty of Anfon in Our Province of North Carolina, In Pee Dee River,Beginning at a Whit e Oak on a Quarry of Rocks On the North East Bank ofthe River just above Blewett's falls an d Running thence 1. 73 W. 21Chains acorff the River to the Western Bank by a Rock then down t he Riverside to the Western Bank by a Rock then down the River side to theMiddlemost of a Cle ft of 3 Collumns of Pillars of Rocks then North 11Chains and 30 Links to the Eastern Shore th en up the Water side to thefirst Station.
24th Dec - 11th Year of George III - 1770

As the Plat hereunto a (blurred) appear; together with all Woods, Waters,
Mines, Minerals, Hereditaments and Appurtenances to the (blurred) andbelonging or appertainin g (one half of all Gold and Siler Minesexcepted); To hold to him the faid William Blewett hi s Heirs and Affigns,for ever, as of our Monor of East Greewich, in our County of Kent, infre e and common Soccage, by realty only; Yeilding and Paying unto us, ourHeirs and Succeffors, f or ever, the yearly Rent of Four Shillings,Proclamation Money for every Hundred Acres hereb y granted; to be paidunto Us, our Heirs and Succeffors; on the Fecond Day of February in each year, at Fuch Places in our Faid Province as our Governor for the Timebeing with the Advice a nd Confent of our Council, shall think it fit todirect and appoint. Provided Always, That i n Cafe the said WilliamBlewett, his Heirs and Affigns, fhall not within Three Years from theD ate hereof, clear and cultivate according to the Proportion of threeAcres for every Hundred ; and alfo, That if a Minute or Docket of thefeour Letters Patent, fhall not be entered in th e office of OurAuditor-General, for the Time being, in our Faid Province, within SixMonths fr om the Date hereof; that then in either of the faid Cafes, thefeour Letters Patent, shall b e void and of noe Effect.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caufed the seal of our faid Province to behereunto affixed. Wi tness our trufty and well-beloved, William Tryon,Esq; Captain-General, Governor and Commande r in Chief, in and over faidProvince, this Twenty-fourth day of December, in the Eleventh Yea r ofReign. Annoque Domini, one thousand Feven Hundred and Seventy.

The two land grants just given covers that portion of land that William
Blewett owned and is now adjacent to Blewett's Fall and Blewett's FallsLake.

Note these land grants specify Bladen County, for at that time a large
portion of North Carolina was designated as Bladen County, and later Anson
County was cut out from Bladen County, and later Richmond County was cutoff from Anson County , so at this time we have three counties were thenwe only had one.

From: N. C. Department of Secretary of State
Land Grant Office

Additional Land Grants

Book 2, p. 200
Edmond Cartledge and Wm. Blewett. 275 acres on the NE side of PeeDee River beginning a t a hickory Thomas Jones beginning three on theriver, and runs North 35 Et 43 poles to a pin e Jones second corner, thenSouth 55 Et 140 poles with his land to a Red Oak on the bank of Ca rtledgeCreek, then North 35 Et 320 poles up the said creek to the variouscourses thereof to E dmond Cartledges upper tract of land on the saidcreek, then North Et 70 poles to a White Oa k Cartledges corner, thenSouth 77 West 210 poles to the third corner of Wm Blewett land on th eriver, then 25 West 154 poles with his Land to the river, the South 20poles with the river t o the first station.
Dated 1st July 1758
Entered ----------- (Does not give the county but indexed as Anson)

Book 13, p. 194
William Blewett. 400 acres on the North East side of the Pee DeeRiver
beginning at a White oak on the South side of Cartledges Creek and runsNorth 30 West 250 pole s crossing Cartledges Creek to a Black Jack, thenNorth 54 East 330 poles up the said Creek t o a Pine, then South 50 East130 poles crossing the said Creek to a Hickory, then South 54 Wes t 330poles down the said creek to the first station.
Dated 6th March 1759
Entered ------------

Book 20, p. 617
William Blewett. 100 acres Anson North East of Pee Dee on CartledgeCreek beginning at a n Elm on the lower bank of Cartledges Creek deemednear the 3rd corner of Blewetts and Cartled ges joint survey and runningthence South 55 East 31 chains and 63 links, then North 35 East 3 1 chainsand 63 links, then North 55 West 31 chains and 63 links, then direct tothe beginning.
Dated 24th Dec 1770
Entered 18th April 1767

Book 20, p. 616
William Blewett. 10 Acres Anson County on Pee Dee River beginning atWhite Oak and Quarr y of rocks on the North East bank of the river justabove Blewetts Falls and running thence So uth 73 West 21 chains acrossthe river to the Western bank by a rock, then up the river to the middlemost of a cleft of 3 columns or pillows of rocks, then north 11chains and 30 links to t he Eastern shore, then up the river to the firststation.
Dated 24th Dec. 1770
Entered ------------

From: N. C. State Department of Archives and History
Anson County Deeds (Microfilm)

Book C No. 1, p. 328
Edmund Cartledge and Wm. Blewett of Anson County to John Carwford

A tract of land to the said Edmund Cartledge and Wm. Blewett by his
Majesty letter patent the first day of July 1750 upper corner of saidland on
the North side of Cartledge Creek -- to Thos Jones Line - including halfthe
said tract being 137 1/2 acres.
Signed - Edm Cartledge
William Blewett
Test: James Downing
William Terry

Book 6, p. 34
October 3, 1758
William Blewett of Anson County Taylor and Sarah his wife to
George Carter of same County

10 lbs proc, money. All that part of a tract of land in county aforesaid
as per patent granted to said William Blewett 6th March 1759 containing125 acres - beginnin g at an oak on the North side of Cartledges Creekstanding the line of the above said trac t - to a black jack - to a branchof the said creek called the Dry Works - lying and being i n the countyaforesaid on the North East of the North West side of Cartledges Creek -containin g 125 acres.
William Blewett
her
Sarah X Blewett
mark
Test: Richard Rottenberry
his
James X Haltman
mark

Book 6, p. 199
29th May 1761
William Blewett of Anson County, Taylor and Sarah his wife to
Thomas Blassingin of same county

Tract of land in Anson County on the South side of Cartledge Creek
beginning at a white oak - to the creed part of a tract granted to thesaid Wm
Blewett March 6, 1759 beginning as a white oak on the East side ofCartledges Creek crossin g a spring branch to a black jack - to a whiteoak Wm Blewett beginning - 102 acres - that th e said Wm Blewett and Sarahhis wife are seized thereof a good absolute and indefeasible estat e ofinheritance.

William Blewett
her
Sarah X Blewett
mark
Test: Xtopher Hunt
John Long

Book H-1, p. 356
10th April 1768
William Blewett of Anson County and Elizabeth his wife to
William Morris of same county

5 lbs proc. money. Tract of land in Anson County containing 150 acres on
the North East of Pee Dee and North of Cartledges Creek beginning as awhite oak standing in E dmund Cartledges line and near a small branch - toa stake having 2 white oaks and a hickory p ointers - it being a tractgranted to the said William Blewett by patent dated April 1768.

William Blewett
Elizabeth Blewett
Test: Samuel Davis
Robert Webb

Proved: April Term 1769

Book 7, p. 323
28th August 1769
Morgan Brown, Gentleman and Elizabeth his wife of Anson County to
William Blewett and John Crawford Planters of same county

320 lbs. All that part of the said tracts of land in Anson on the North
side of Pee Dee it being part of the tract granted to John Newberry 8thOctober 1747 containin g 545 acres beginning at an ash standing on theriver below the Grassy Island Ford - to a re d oak - to a maple on theriver bank - the same course in the river including the Island calle dJordan's Island - containing 18- acres - it being part of the above saidtract - thence wit h Morgan Browns line being part of said tract that hebought of John Newberry - containing 20 0 acres more or less by JohnNetleberry the patent is to John Hamer by deed dated June 19, 175 2 andfrom John Hamer to Wm Farrell by dead dated 6th April 1754 and fromFerrell to Morgan b y deed dated 3rd July 1757.
Signed - Morgan Brown

Test: Jno Jamer
Hez Russ
Jno Hamer Jr
July Court 1770

Book 7, p. 317
6th July 1770
William Blewett Esq of Anson County and Elizabeth his wife to
Thomas Dockery

86 lbs. All that part of a tract of land in Anson County grated to the
said Wm Blewett 6th Mar 1759 except such part that is already sold -beginning on the West si de of Cartledges Creek about 20 poles below themouth of the fork and two poles to the beginni ng tree of said land soldto Thomas Dockery - 173 acres with all houses.
William Blewett
her
Elizabeth X Blewett
mark
Test: Jno Crawford
Wm Covington
Ack'd July Court 1770

William Blewett, Esquire and Elizabeth his wife
John Crawford, Esq and Anne his wife - all of Anson County to
James Stuart of Bladen County, Gentleman

200 lbs proc. money. Tract of land in Anson County on the North East side
of the Great Pee Dee River part of a tract given and granted unto JohnNewberry by patent date d 8th Oct 1747 - containing 545 - beginning at anash on the river bank below a Grassy Islan d Ford which crosses the saidriver - to a red oak - to a black oak standing on the lower en d ofJordan's Island - down the meanders of the West side of the Island to thebeginning - refe rence to deed from John Newberry to Morgan Brown 19thJune 1752 - 18 acres being part of the f irst above mention tract of 545acres. One more part or parcel of above 545 beginning at a Bl ack Oakstanding on the lower end on an Island - to a maple on Morgan Brown line- with his lin e to a white oak mention in conveyance from John Newberryto the said Morgan Brown - to a re d oak - to an oak standing on the Southbank of Mountain Creek thence to a pine growing on th e North bank of saidCreek - including the Island in the river - this last described tractbein g heretofore conveyed by John Newberry to John Hamer - by him toWilliam Ferrell and from hi m to Morgan Brown - including in these twotracts 380 acres.
William Blewett
Elizabeth Blewett
John Crawford
Ann Crawford
Test: Robert Jarman
David Love
Ack'd July Court 1774 by Wm Blewett
and John Crawford
Private examination of Elizabeth Blewett and Ann Crawford, Oct 13,1774

From: N. C. Department of Secretary of State
Land Grant Office

Book 20, p. 672

William Blewett. 300 acres Anson County on the South West side of PeeDee River beginning a t a White Oak standing on the South side on theNorth fork of McCoys Creek in the hollow and r uns thence South 78 Westpoles to a stake among four black jack poniters then North 12 West 22 0poles to a stake among three black jack pointers, then North 78 East 220poles, then South 1 2 East 220 poles to the first station.

Dated 18th April 1771
Entered -------------

Book 23, p. 299

William Blewett. 150 Acres Anson County North East of Pee Dee River and
North of Cartledges Creek beginning at a white oak in said EdmondCartledges line and near Eas t of a small branch and runs thence North 68West 38 Chains and 73 Links to a stake having tw o pines and a white oakpointers, then South 22 West 38 Chains and 73 Links to a stake two whi teoaks and a hickory pointer, then South 68 East 38 Chains and 73 Links toa stake and three w hite oaks pointers, then diret to the beginning.

Dated 29th April 1768
Entered -------------

From: N. C. State Department Archives and History
Anson County Court Minutes 1771 - 1776

July 1771 - William Blewett, Esq - Justice
William Blewett, Esq. is appointed to take the list oftaxables
from Hitchcocks Creek to Mountain Creek - Edward Almond andJohn
Webb Constables to warm the people within the same.

October 1772 - His Majestys Commission of the Peace for the County ofAnson
from the Excellency the Governor being produced in Courtdirect to
all his Majestys Honourable Council and to
William Blewett, et el
(He did not quality at this court)

Deed from Robert Jarman to Wm Blewett fro 230 acres proved by
Joseph Martin.
Wm Blewett - on Grand Jury for next court.
Deed from Wm Blewett to Samuel Williams proved by John Wade.
Deed from Wm Blewett to Robert Jarman for 30 acres proved by
Nathaniel Ashley.

July 1772 - Deed from John Husbands and Tabitha his wife and Wm Blewettand
Elizabeth his wife to Wm Thomas for 65 acres proved by Simon
Thomas.
Deed from John Husband and wife to Wm Blewett for 65 acresproved
by Wm Thomas.

January 1773 - Ordered that Isaac Falconberry be appointed overseer ofthe road
in the room of Robert Jarman from Blewett's Ferry to theCourt
House.
William Blewett - Juror for next Superior Court.
(N.B.) the road leading from Blewett's Ferry to Drowing Creekover
the rocky fork of Hichcock Creek omitted to have an overseer
appointed. Order therefor Thos Dockery former overseer.Feb 26,
1773.
(the above is as given in the minutes.)

April 1773 - The last will and testament of John Husbands proved byWilliam
Blewett and William Thomas. Tabitha Husbands, Exxappointed in
said will qualified. Inventory of estate returned.

William Blewett, Esq. - Justice

From: N. C. State Department Archives
Anson County Deeds (Microfilm)

Book K, p. 340
24th Oct 1774

Stephen Jackson of Anson County Blacksmith to
William Blewett of same, Taylor (Tailor)

225 lbs proc. money. Two certain tracts of land in Anson County - one
containing 400 acres on the South West side of Pee Dee River - beginningat a pine said to b e Hamor's corner in a Turkey oak pointer nearKitteralls and Mundines corner granted to Rober t Jarman by patent dated1769 and by him conveyed to Stephen Jackson by deed dated jan 5, 1773 .The other 100 acres on the South West side of Pee Dee River - beginningin a black oak Willia m McCoys beginning - granted to John Hamer by patentdated 1756 and by deed dated June 8, 176 8 and by him to Stephen Jacksonby deed dated Jan 5, 1773 only a reserve excepted for the us e of RobertJarman a privilege of making on the Shoals of the River below Blewett'sFall a prop er place to draw a seine without Letter.

Ack'd January Term 1775

Book K, p. 530
1st March 1776

Robert Jarman of Anson County, Farmer to
William Blewett of same, Taylor

Whereas his Majest George the Third King of Great Britian, etc by letter
patent dated 24 Dec 1770 did grat unto William Blewett of the countyaforesaid all that trac t or parcel of lan in Anson containing 100 acreson the Pee Dee River - beginning at a white o ak on a quarry of rocks onthe North East Bank of the river just above Blewett's Fall and runn ingacross the river to the Western bank by a rock - down the river to themiddlemost of a lis t of 3 Columns or Pillars of rock - to the Easternshore as by partent and conveyed by deed fr om William Blewett to the saidRobert Jarman by deed dated 7th Feb 1772.

Test: Chas. Medlock
John Batt Baird
Proved July Court 1778

Book 4, p. 351
4th January 1783

William Blewett of Ancon County and Elizabeth his wife to
David Love

5 lbs proc. money. Tract land in Anson County on the South West Side of
Pee Dee River - beginning at the West corner of a tract of land patent by
Robert Jarman 12th Sep 1769 containing 400 acres adj. Hamers and Mundinescorner - with his li ne to his other corner - to Jarmans line with WilliamBlewett received a deed for 80 acres.
Signed - William Blewett

Test: Joseph Martin
Morgan Brown
Proved Oct Court 1783

From: N. C. State Department of Archives and History
Anson County Court Minutes 1771 - 1776
(These minutes begin in middle of Jan Court 1775)

Jan 1775 - William, Esq - Justice

Apr 1775 - Deed from Samuel Davis to John Crawford proved by JonathanLewellyn.
Ordered that William Leggett be appointed overseer of the roadfrom
John Chiles Landing on Pee Dee to the Rocky fork near theBridge and
that all the hands from the mouth of Mountain Creek to thehead of
the South fork of Hitchcock and from thence down the rock forkof
Hitchcock, thence down Hitchcock to the mouth of Lick Catfishroad
thence to Blewett's Ferry thence up Pee Dee to the beginningwork
on the same and keep it in good repair.

July 1775 - Ordered that William Blewett be appointed overseer of theroad from
the Court House to his Ferry with the following hands, to-wit -
Isaac Falconberry, Samuel Spencer, David Love, and WilliamBlewett's
own hands.

William Blewett, Esq. mention in the Commision of the Peace from his
Excellenct the Governor came into court was was qualified.

Oct 1775 - Deed from John James Sr and wife to John James Junr proved byWm Love.
William Blewett, Esq. - Justice.

Jan 1776 - William Blewett, Esq. - Justice

July 1776 - State of North Carolina, Anson County
Whereas by a resolve or an ordinance of this state forestablishing
inferior courts of Pleas and Quarter Sessions and a Commissionof
the Peace and a Dedimus for the county of Anson from thePresident
or Governor of this State directed to William Blewett, Robert
Thomas, et el, was openly read at the Court House on the 14th
January in the first year of the Independence and in the yearof our
Lord 1777.
(William Blewett did not qualify at this court)

Jan 1777 - Deed from George Webb to William Thomas proved by AbrahanLeFever.
John Crawford was elected Sheriff.
Order that William Blewett be continued overseer of the roadfrom
his Ferry to the Court House.
Ordered that George Wilson be continued overseer of the roadfrom
Island Creek to the fork of Blewett's Ferry above Col DavidLove.

From: N. C. State Department of Archive and History
Anson County Willis and Inventory Books 1 and 2

Book 1, p. 19
12th Oct 1773

John Husbands of Anson County to Wife Tabitha

The whole of my esate for paying of debts and bring up my children. My
will is that my children male and female be co-heirs of my land and other
estate at the death or surrender of their mother.

Appoint my wife Tabitha sole Executor.

Signed John Husbands (Seal)

Test: William Blewett
Joseph Martin
William Thomas

Proved: April Court 1774 by Wm Blewett and Wm Thomas.
Tabitha Husbands Executor qualified.

From: N. C. State Department of Archives and History
Anson County Minutes 1771-1776 (Microfilm)

July 1774 - Two deed from Samuel Williams to
Henry Williams
proved by William Blewett

Ordered that William Blewett be allowed 50 lbs per annum to
commence from last Court for Ferrying and settling over theCounty
people at his own Ferry on the Pee Dee having business atCourt,
Elections, Musters, Etc.

William Blewett, Esq. - Justice.

Deed from William Blewett and Wife and John Crawford and Wife to
James Steward acknowledged by William Blewett and JohnCrawford.
Ordered that Dedimus issue to Charles Medlock to take the
relinquishment of Elizabeth Blewett and Ann Crawford.

October 1774 - William Blewett, Esq. - Justice

From: Anson County Wills and Inventories (Microfilm)

p.222

Account of John Husband's estate - May 17, 1774 - to William Blewett - 1
old chane (Chain?), 1 old box, 1 parcel of Pewter, 1 brass Kettle.
John James
Tabitha James, Admrs.

From: N. C. State Department of Archives and History
Anson County Deeds (Microfilm)

Book D and E (E and F?), p. 29

William Blewett of Anson County, Taylor to
John Hall Martin of same county, Planter

15 lbs. Tract of land in Anson County containing 25 acres beginning at
said Martins Spring Branch in McCoys line - up said branch to the head of
another branch it being part of a tract of land granted to Robert Jarmanby
patent dated 1769 and by him to Stephen Jackson in 1773 and from saidJackson to William Blewe tt by deed dated 1774.
Signed: William Blewett

Test: John Smith
Jesse Martin
Mauvis Blewett
Proved in Jan Court 1797 bt Jesse Martin

Book N and O, p. 195
13th Jan 1812

Elizabeth Blewett and David Blewett her son of Anson County to
Thomas G. Blewett of Richmond County

54 dollars. Tract of land on which said Elizabeth and David Blewett now
live formerly the property of William Blewett Dec'd - beginning on theRiver
bank of a point of rocks above the ferry about 12 poles the machine house- to a walnut tre e - to the bank of the river near a white oak andpersimmon tree - including Blewett's Ferry t he whole containing 5 1/2acres together with houses, etc.
her
Elizabeth X Blewett
Mark

[NI00010]

!Attorney General for the State of CO.

[NI00011] She had Alzheimers.

[NI00028] He had a Nervous Breakdown.

Baptist Preacher and Insurance Salesman.
.

[NI00058]

Per C.K. Monroe Jr., Malcolm was a Police Officer in Houston, Texas and
was killed by a run-away team at the corner of Texas and Main. This
happened in the late 1910's or early 1920's.

[NI00081]

Source: The Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 79,p. 68 & 367

DAR Number 78181

Descendant of John Major.
Daughter of G. J. Blewett and Mary C. Dillion, his wife, m. 1857.
Granddaughter of James T. Dillion (1791-1872) and Ann Bibb Thompson
(1799-1854), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Thompson and Francis Major, his wife, m.1795.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Major and Elizabeth Redd, his wife.
John Major (1740-1808) served as a Private in Capt. James Quarles'Company, 2nd Virginia regim ent, and was at Valley Forge. He died inFranklin County, Ky.

[NI00103]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Wilson E Nov 1871 29 68 77
18 40
KY Simpson County

Martha A W Nov 1869 31 KY

[NI00114]

Never Married.

[NI00132]

NC Marriage Bonds
Susanna Williams to Nicholas Stone m. 19 Apr 1780
Record #082-01-031
Bondsman Thomas Blewett
Witness Wm Love Clk
Bond #000115817

Singer of the Declaration of Independence.

[NI00135]

Source: Genealogies of Kentucky Families
From the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
Published By: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981

[NI00194]

!Elizabeth was 62 years of age, born in Kentucky, and her parents werefrom
Virginia and North Carolina.

[NI00203]

Served in WWI attaining the rank of Captain.

[NI00220]

Below notes are from Margaret Brumson, 307 E. 8th St. Crowley, LA 70526
Information also from WFT CD7 tree #2845

Daniel McNair was born in Scotland in 1748. He lived in Virginia and North Carolina before he settled in Georgia. One branch of his family has had the tradition that he was first in Pennsylvania, but this is not confirmed. There were McNair families in all three of the mentioned states in the 18th Century, and his brother John McNair was in North Carolina before Georgia.
Daniel was married at least twice. His first wife Catherine was the daughter of Daniel McNeil of Columbia County, Georgia. She was dead when her father made his Will on October 23, 1804 and was not called by name. Daniel McNeil mentioned, "my grandchildren Samuel McNair, Daniel McNair, John McNair and Anna McDonald".
Daniel then married Elean Martin. Elean Martin was Daniel's widow. Nothing has been discovered of her parentage or background. They were married at least by 1786, the year of the birth of their first known child. It was not legally necessary to record marriages in Georgia at this time. Elean was still living in 1818, appearing on the Tax List of Richmond County, Georgia.
Daniel McNair was a witness to the Will of Nathaniel Wood of St. Paul's Parish which was signed February 20, 1775 and proved May 16, 1775. St. Paul's Parish was the earliest name for that section that became Richmond County, Georgia in 1777.
Daniel McNair was a Revolutionary War Soldier and as such, was granted Bounty Land. He received 287 and 1/2 acres in Washington County, "bound east by Isaac Skinner, other sides vacant", being Lot 558, Warrant 856, page 196 on June 3, 1784. He gave Colonel James McNeil Power of Attorney to receipt for his land. The original Power of Attorney is in the Department of Archive and History, Atlanta, Georgia. A Xerox copy of the original reads: "I do hereby authorize and empower Jas. McNeil to act as my attorney & Call on his Honor the governor for the Certificates of bounty lands which the State of Georgia is due me for my Services in the revolution-as witness by hand and Seal this 5th of January 1784. Daniel McNair-legal seal. Test. Niel McNeill, John Culbreath." "September 18, 1784.
This day his Honor the Governor signed the following grants in Council: Daniel McNair 287 and 1/2 acres in Washington County". "To Joseph Pannill Surveyor for the County of Washington you are hereby authorized the required admeasure and lay out, or cause to be admeasured and laid out, unto Daniel McNair a Tract of Land which shall contain Two Hundred Eighty Seven and on half acres in the said County of Washington. Taking especial care that the same has not heretofore been laid out to any other person or persons: And you are hereby also directed and required to record the plat of the same in your office, and transmit a copy thereof, together with this Warrant to the Surveyor General, within the Term of three months from this date. Given under my ;hand, this seventeenth Day of May 1784. John Haberahain, Secretary's Office Certified by D. Rees, Dept. Secretary. (compiler had difficulty with last word)". With this was another paper: "Warrt. Daniel McNair 287 and 1/2 acres bounty Washington County, Eight Hundred and Fifty Six. Presented this 3rd of June 1784 by me Jas. McNeil."
The State had devoted a large part of Washington and Franklin for bounty land to its soldiers, and it was granted in lots of two hundred and fifty acres free from taxation for some years, and if one preferred to pay taxes he was to have two hundred and eighty-seven and one-half acres. Much of this land was of the best quality and many people came to the land granted them and made homes, though not a few sold their warrants." Daniel's Bounty must have been sold as it was not mentioned in his Will, nor did his widow pay tax on it in 1818. Mrs. McCall, in her book on Revolutionary War Soldiers of Georgia gave Daniel's given name as David. This has led to the confusing of Daniel McNair of Richmond County, Georgia with David McNair who married Delilah Vann, sister of Cherokee Chief James Vann. David was born in Virginia and was only two years old at the time of the American Revolution. His children, considering themselves more Indian than White, moved from Georgia to the West with the Cherokees in 1838. Though there may be some family connection in Virginia, Daniel and David McNair of Georgia are two different individuals.


He was a Revolutionary War solider and as such, was granted Bounty Land. He received 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co.

He won Lot #79 in the 14th District of Baldwin Co. Randolph Co was taken from Baldwin Co on 12-10-1807.

Daniel has no tombstone but his grave could be one of the many outlined by stones or bricks.

Daniel's last will (from Kathy Cappadona):
Last Will and Testament of Daniel McNair
State of Georgia,
Richmond County.
To all whom these presents shall come and be made manifest.
Greeting:
Know ye that I, Daniel McNair, of the state and county aforesaid have this the ninth day of March One Thousand Eigh hundred and eleven by this my last will and testament disposeth of all and singular my real and person property in manner and for as follows:
(That is to say), I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Elean, four negroes, namely, Ben, Hannah, Lucky and Sarah, the land I now live one, the stock of cattle, hogs and sheep, two gildings and one mare, plantation tools, two wagons, household and kitchen furniture.
I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter, Anna, the sum of one hundred dollars.
I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved son, Martin, one negro boy, namely, Jesse.
I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved son, Robert, one negro boy, namely, Trusty.
I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter, Harriet, one negro boy, namely, Sam.
I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved son, James S., one negro boy, namely, David, and one sorrel gelding.
I do give and bequeath unto my well beloved children, namely, Martin, Robert , Harriet and James S., my lot of land in Randolph county containing two hundred two and one-half acres to be equally divided among them.
And lastly, I do hereby appoint and ordain my well beloved wife, Elean McNair, Executrix of this my last will and testament.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date above written.
Daniel McNair (seal)
Sealed, signed and acknowledged in the presence of
Jany Lucky
Mark Whitaker
Mary McNair
Recorded July 1, 1811

Notes on GA land lotteries (from Kathy Cappadonna):
Daniel McNair b. 1748 in Scotland received an English Crown Grant in St. Paul Parish GA that later was Richmond County and later Columbia County. The 100 acres was granted January 19, 1773. In 1790 Daniel received a bounty grant of 114 acres in Richmond County which later was Columbia County. Daniel sold these lands to his son Samuel for 100 pounds in 1794.
In 1784 Colonel James McNeil with power of attorney, acknowledges receipt of warrants for 35 persons. One of these was Daniel McNair who received 287 acres in Washington County GA. The land later become part of Greene County when it was created. A plat of the land can be seen Washington County GA, Survey Plate Book A, 1784. Timber mentioned in plat and deed was ash, hickory, oak and poplar. Daniel McNair and his wife Elean of Washington County sold the land in 1792 to Robert C. Royston of Greene County for $431.20. Stephen Gibson and John McNair witnessed it. John McNair proved it in 1807 when it was recorded. I find it interesting that both Daniel and Elean signed the deed and they are listed as being of Washington County.
In 1805 Daniel McNair of Richmond County drew two blanks in the first Georgia Land Lottery.
In 1807 Daniel McNair of Richmond County drew a 202 acres land lot in the second Georgia Land Lottery. This is probably the land left to his children in his will. It was lot 79 in the 14th district of Baldwin County. Randolph County was taken from Baldwin County in 1807. The location given in the will is Randolph County that is today's Jasper County.
In 1808 Daniel received 200 acres in Richmond County which was left to his wife Elean in his will.

Received an English Crown Grant in St. Paul Parish, GA that later became Richmond County and then Columbia County. The 100 acres was granted January 19, 1773. In 1790, Daniel received a bounty grant of 114 acres in Richmond County which later was Columbia County. Daniel sold these lands to his son Samuel for 100 pounds in 1794.

In 1784, Colonel James McNeil, with power of attorney, acknowledges receipt of warrants for 35 persons. One of these was Daniel McNair who received 287 1/2 acres in Washington County, GA. The land later became part of Greene County when it was created. A plat of land can be seen in the Washington County, GA Survey Plate Book A, 1784. Timber mentioned in plat and deed was ash, hickory, oak, and poplar. Daniel McNair and his wife Elean of Washington County sold the land in 1792 to Robert C. Royston of Greene County for $431.20. Stephen Gibson and John McNair witnessed it. John McNair proved it in 1807 when it was recorded. In 1805 Daniel McNair of Richmond County drew two blanks in the first Georgia Land Lottery. In 1807 Daniel McNair of Richmond County drew a 202 1/2 acres land lot in the second Georgia Land Lottery. This is probally the land left to his children in his will. It was lot 79 in the 14th district of Baldwin County. Randolph County was taken from Baldwin County in 1807. The location in the will is Randolph County that is today's Jasper County. In 1808 Daniel received 200 acres in Richmond County which was left to his wife Elean in his will.

Received an English Crown Grant in St. Paul Parish, GA that later became Richmond County and then Columbia County. The 100 acres was granted January 19, 1773. In 1790, Daniel received a bounty grant of 114 acres in Richmond County which later was Columbia County. Daniel sold these lands to his son Samuel for 100 pounds in 1794.


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[NI00264]

US Census Kentucky - 1860

64/64 Young J. H. 21 M Farmer 2500 150 KY
Samuel 18 M Laborer KY
Eli 16 M Laborer KY
Meredith 14 F KY
Elizabeth 12 F KY
Mahala 10 F KY
Joseph 8 M KY
Benjamin 6 M KY
William 3 M KY
A. E. 5/12 M KY

Source: Kentucky. A History of the State
By: W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Company, 1887
Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL

Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol IV
Editor: Thomas W. Westerfield
Published By: Genealogical Reference Co.
Owensboro, KY, 1972

[NI00346]

They met as neighbors near Hutchins when she moved with her family from
Kentucky, and were married a few months later, when "Deed" drove then in a
buggy about three miles west to the home of a minister. A farmer, he wasa
manager/groundskeeper for the Dallas Hunting and Fishing Club (nearHutchins)
from 1925 to 1942, before they moved to the adjoining farm he hadpurchased in
the 30's, to the home with a view of the 900 acre lake. They are bothburied
in Laurel Cemetery in Dallas.

[NI00363]

He was in the insurance business a number of years, and was Mayor of Plano
about 1947. Elizabeth the daughter of William McMurray Hedgecoxe, a Plano
grocery store owner, and Nona Bartholomew, lives with her daughter inPlano.
Sofia (d. about June 1981) and Odise are buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery,
Houston, TX.

[NI00385]

He was a barber for several years, after which they owned rentalproperties
and managed the Dallas Hunting and Fishing Club. In retirement they liveat
her parents' former home near Hutchins.

[NI00401]

Following his service in the U. S. Air Force in World War II, theyoperated
together a business as Texaco Consignee and B. F. Goodrich tire dealers in
Altus, OK, where they continue to live in retirement.

[NI00411] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI00421]

His career was with the Veterans Administration, and following service in
World War II, in the Coast Guard, he continued Reserve status and retiredas a
Captain. They lived in Waco, Orange,Beaumont, Port Arthur, Galveston, and
Houston, before moving to Hurst, TX, where she now resides.

[NI00428] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI00430] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI00442]

Norma was born in St. Paul Hospital, Dallas, Dallas County, TX. Herfamily
resided near Hutchins, TX.

[NI00475]

!Source Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p. 9
Judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, 1814-1835.

[NI00477]

!A graduate of North Texas State University, she taught homemaking,worked in
insurance and for a map company, and is now employed in the sportsmemorabilia
industry.

[NI00502] US Census Kentucky - 1860

63/63 Young Benj. 46 M Farmer 9000 5785 KY
Rebecca H. 41 F KY
Tho K. 23 M Laborer KY

Following is a transcription of a sketch written about Benjamin Young in Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Volume IV. "Benjamin Young was educated and married in his native county where he was engaged in agricultural pursuits for many years, and was also extensively engaged in the tobacco business, owning two large warehouses-one on his farm and one at Woodburn, in Warren County. In December, 1846, he removed to Warren County, Ky; in 1878 to Collin County, Tex., and in the following year to Hill County, Tex., where he yet resides and is extensively engaged in farming. He and wife have been from early life members of the Old School Baptist Church in which he has been a regularly ordained minister for the past twenty-three years. He is also a member of the Grange. In the fall of 1846, his dwelling, with nearly all its contents, was destroyed by fire, and while raising a new house, he lost one eye by a splinter from a falling timber. His father, John H. Young, was a native of Virginia, but when a young man came to what is now Simpson County, Ky., then almost an unbroken wilderness. Here he married and remained until 1837, when he removed to Audrain County, Mo."
.

[NI00515]

!At the age of 20 he received a Master's degree in Finance from Southern
Methodist University. He has had a varied career, as insurance exectiveand as
owner and president of several radio stations. They have lived inFlagstaff,
AZ.; Prairie Viillage, KS; Wheaton, IL; Honolulu, and London, and nowdivides
their time between Dallas and a ranch near Denton.

[NI00551]

!In 1970 she was valedictorian of a graduating class of 634 at W. T.White High
School in Dallas. She and her husband are both graduates of SouthernMethodist
University, and he has followed a career in radio and television. Theylive in
New York.

[NI00556] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI00565]

1860 Census: Jasper County, Texas; Newton P.O.; Family #278
Thomas Adams, 20, Overseer, Real Estate $0; Personal Property $2,500, GA
Caroline Adams, 23, AL

1870 Census: Newton County, Texas
Thomas Adams, 31, Farmer, Real Estate $260, Personal Property $600, GA
Caroline Adams, 33, Al, Keeping House
William I. ? Adams, 8, TX
Mattie Adams, 4, TX
Alice V. Adams, 2, TX
Benjamin A. Adams, 6, TX
James Victoria, 20, F., Alabama (May be sister of Caroline)

[NI00581]

!Served in WWI 3 yrs in ETO, received Battle Start on ETO, Twice wounded,
Purple Heart with cluster and Bronze Star.

[NI00585]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880

Blewett, N (M) R 3/12 38 228
33 4

Dau of C. E. Blewett
KY Bowling Green

[NI00589]

Source: Anson County, NC
Will Records Jul 1809 WB-2/86

Lanier, Clement Sarah Lanier Jul 1809 2 86
Clement Marshall
Clement Lanier
Betsy McLeland
Poly McLelan
Nancy McLean widow of Neheah

[NI00594]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot Co., MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p.11
Clerk of the Lower House of Assembly, 1761.
Admitted to the bar of Talbot County, 1765.
Removed to St. Mary's County.
Register of Willias, 1770-1777.
Member of the Provincial Convention of Maryland, 1775.
Captain of the 5th Independent Company of Regular Troops in the Was of the
Revolution, 1775-1776.
Participated in the Battle of Long Island.

[NI00596]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p.17
Justice of Talbot County, 1782-1790.
Member Vestry St. Peter's Parish, 1781-1789.
Removed to Anapolis, MD, 1791.
Member Governor's Council, 1796-1800.

[NI00597]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p. 11
High Sheriff, 1767-1768, 1771-1774.
Rent Roll Keeper of the Eastern Shore, 1765-1774.

[NI00609]

Duane is employed by an electrical Wholesale Company, and she is anelementary
school teacher, they live in Forth Worth (North Richland Hills), TX.

[NI00613]

1870 Census, Newton County, TX
Living with father Fabian Adams
Blackshear Adams, 30, Farmer, Value of Real Estate $260, Georgia
Mary Adams, 24, Keeping House, Georgia
Angelina Adams, 2, Texas
Catherine Adams, 1/12, Texas, May

[NI00658]

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,Vol
104, p. 269 & 309

DAR Number: 103877

Descendant of John Major.
1. Marcus Youngs m. Mary 'Mollie' Blewett.
2. G. J. Blewett m. 1857 Mary C. Dillion.
3. James T. Dillion (1791-1872) m. Ann Bibb Thomson (1799-1854).
5. John Major m. Elizabeth Redd.
John Major (1740-1808) served as private in Capt. Quarles' company, Col.
Gregory Smith's 2nd Virginia regiment, 1778, and 1779, in Capt. WilliamLong's
company, Col. William Brent's regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in
Mehawken, Ky.

[NI00670]

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,Vol
79, p. 68 & 367

DAR Number 78181

Descendant of John Major.
Daughter of Marcus Youngs and Mary 'Mollie' Blewett, his wife, m. 1887.

[NI00708]

Nancy died within a few days of her mother. She was to have been marriedthe next week to Jud ge Iverson of Columbus, GA., who was at the time onhis way to their marriage.

[NI00760]

!Jessie Hrabal legally changed his name in Jul 1961.

Jessie entered the U.S. Navy Oct 16, 1943, and served through 1 Apr 1946,at
Corpus Christi, TX.

[NI00762]

Regina fathers Allen deGraffenried parents were Tscharner deGraffenriedand
Elizabeth Allen Embry. Her mothers Sarah Thomas parents were JamesThomas and
Susannah Mabry.

Death: The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol II, Summer1974,
Nr. 3
Published Quarterly, Kingstree, South Carolina.

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, VOL I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979.

[NI00765]

!Served in Georgia Legislature 1905-1908
District Attorney of the Untied District Court of the SoutheasternDistrict of
Georgia 1914-1920.
Appointed by President Woodrow Wilson as Federal District Attorney.

[NI00777]

!Truman served in the U. S. Navy Mar. 28, 1962 through Aug 5, 1964.

[NI00785]

!Anthony Antommarchi Hirst, II, is a descendant of Dr. AnthonyAntommarchi who
was Napoleon's Doctor and made his death mask.

[NI00816]

!Gary and Sandra Janell Dobson were divorced and then remarried Dec 18,1991,
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Terrell, TX, by Rev. Casey Perry.

[NI00824]

Twin of Raymond.

[NI00841] Never Married.
.

[NI00851]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

One of "Ye Worshipful Commissioners and Justices of the Peace", 1694-1696.
Member of Lower House of Assembly, 1694-1697 and 1704-1707.
Deputy Commissary General, 1707-1718.
Member of the Council, 1715-1719.
Judge of Provincial Court, 1719.

[NI00881]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p.7
Mayor of St. Louis, MO 1864-1869.
Married first, 31 Dec 1829, Mary Ann Skinner, d. 29 Jul 1835, LeavingIssue,
but no mention of who they were.

[NI00890]

!Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
District No. 1, Warren County
Post Office: Bowling Green

1211/1211 Blewett Eliz 55 F Farmer 7650 825 KY
Mary J 20 F KY
Sarah M 17 F KY

[NI00894]

Killed in Confederate Army. Served with Capt White's Co.

[NI00909]

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville, Tennessee: Byron Sistler and Ass ociates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Westerfield, Thomas W. (edited by). Kentucky Genealogy andBiography.
Vol II. Reprinted from 1886 from Kentucky: A History of the Stars.
Owensboro, Kentucky: Genealogical Reference Co., 1971.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol XVII,
Issue 2 (summer 1994). Bowling Green. Kentucky: Southern Kentucky
Genealogical Society, 1994.

Source: Kentucky. A History of the State
By: W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Company, 1887
Lousicille, Ky and Chicago, Il

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1860
District No 2 County of Warren 3 Jul 1880
Post Office: Bowling Green

270/270 Blewett William 36 M Farmer - 500 KY
Mary 33 F KY
Orville 11 M KY
Matte 5 F KY
Webster 3 M KY
James 3/12 M KY
Asher 3/12 M KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870

Blewett, W. H. 46 M KY
Mary 43 W KY
Orville 20 M KY
Webster Fort 13 M KY
James F 9 M KY
Asher E 9 M KY
George W 7 M KY
Mary 4 F KY

[NI00928]

Charles Eli was a Lawyer and District Judge in Bowling Green, KY.

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North Amercia. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville, Tenessee: Byron Sistler and Asso ciates.

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1860

37/37 Blewett C. E. 24 M Atty at Law KY
A 23 F KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870
District No 2, Warren County
Post Office: Bowling Green

16/16 Blewett C. E. 35 M ? City Court 13000 14000 KY
Adaline 33 F KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, Charles E. 55 28 228
35 49
KY Bowling Green Warren County

Martha C W 24 KY
Fannie D 7 KY
Adaline D 2 KY
Charles S 1 KY
M. R D 3/12 KY

Source: US Census Kansas - 1900

Blewett, Charles E Jun 1825 KY
Martha C W Mar 1877 KY
Adda D Feb 1877 KY
Charles S Feb 1878 KY
Mary D Feb 1879 KY
Grover S Mar 1880 KY
Betsie D Mar 1881 KY
Mattie D May 1882 KY
Mable D May 1883 KY
Virgil S Dec 1887 KY
Doriandia D Mar 1895 KY

[NI00934] US Census LA - 1900

Blewett, William J Oct 1867 GA
Etta Sep 1876 LA
William J Dec 1878 LA
Susan L Feb 1900 LA

US Census LA - 1910
Richland County, Ward 5; Enumeration Date 2 May 1910; Sheet 11A Line 38

210 216 Blewett, William J. Head 40 12 MI MI MI Machinist Sawmill
Etta Wife 32 12 LA LA LA
William B. Son 11 LA MI LA
Susie Dau 9 LA MI LA
Maggie Dau 7 LA MI LA
David Son 4 LA MI LA
Toy Son 1 7/12 LA MI LA
This Census has always puzzled the family since he was not born in MI, his
place of birth was not MI nor was the place of birth of mother of theperson.

[NI00955]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p.9
Member of Congress, 1825-1851.
Chief Judge Western Circuit of Maryland, 1845-1851.
Judge of the Superior Court of Baltimore City, 1859-1867.

[NI00963]

Source: Internationa Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.

Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol XVII, Issue 2
(summer 1994). Bowling Green, Kentucky: Southern Kentucky Genealogical
Society, 1994.

Source: Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Orignal Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI00968]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Spencer

p.9
A member of the Convention of Maryland, in April 1788, to radify the
Constitution of the Untied States, his colleagues from Talbot Countybeing the
Hon Robert Goldsborough, Jr., and Hon Edward Lloyd. One of the Associates
Justices, Talbot County, 1794.

[NI00982]

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04. -- North America.Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.

Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South West Kentucky --
Counties of Christian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg and Warren. Nashville,
Tennessee: Byron Sistler and Associates, Inc., 1993.

Source: US Census Missouri - 1880
Blewett, Albert E 49 KY 19 51
16 1
MO LaFayette Davis County

Mary W 52 TN
Edward W S 21 MO
Gideon H S 19 MO
Flora E D 17 MO
Newton A S 15 MO
Rosa B D 13 MO
Olla L D 11 MO
Turtle Dove S 7 MO

[NI00987]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p.9
Governor of Maryland, 1822-1825.

[NI01020]

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky
-- Counties of Christian, Logan, Simpson, todd, Trigg and Warren.Nashville, Tennessee: Byro n Sistler and Associates, Inc., 1993.

Source: The Longhunter, Vol XII, issue 4 (winter 1989), from the Southern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1989.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol XVII,
Issue 2 (summer 1994). Bowling Gree, Kentucky: Southern KentuckyGenealogical Society, 1994.

Source: The Longhunter, Vol XI, issue 2 (summer 1988), from the Southern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1988.

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1860
District No 2, Warren County
Post Office: Bowling Green

596/596 Blewett Alexander 25 M Farmer - 2000 KY
Sarah 18 F ?
Clarence 2 M KY
Harriett 3/12 M KY

!Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870

Blewett, Alexander 35 M KY
Sarah M 30 W
Clarence 12 M KY
Henry E 9 M KY
William 6 M KY
Gertando 4 F KY
Annie Lee 2 F KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, Alex C 48 KY 28 224
KY Bowling Green Warren County

Galveston W 34 KY
Henry E S 17 KY
William C S 16 KY
Gertrude M D 14 KY
Annie Lee D 12 KY
Hannibal C S 5 KY
Arthur S 3 KY
Roy S 1 KY

[NI01058] Name was spelled as Mary Bruett.

[NI01060]

Killed in the Battle of Corinth, MS in the Civil war, CSA. Company B, 6th
Regiment, MO Inf.

[NI01091]

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville, Tennessee: Byron Sistler and Ass ociates, Inc, 1993.

Source: Tyler, Mrs. Hazel A.. 1860 Federal Census, Laclede County,Missouri.
(2258 S. Virginia Ave., Springfield, Missouri 5807) 1984. Found in the
Kinderhook Regional Library, Lebanon, Missouri 65536.

[NI01102]

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky-- Counties of Ch ristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville,Tennessee: Bryon Sistler and Assoc iates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Tyler, Mrs. Hazle A.. 1860 Federal Census, Laclede County,Missouri. (2258 S. Virgini a Ave., Springfield, Missouri, 65807) 1984.Found in the Kinderhook Regional Library, Lebanon , Missouri 65536.

[NI01111]

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American RevolutionVol 57
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICA REVOLUTION, p. 311

[NI01130]

Sheriff (resigned to keep from hanging a negro he belived to be innocent).
Clerk of Superior Court - Putman County.
Justic of Inferior Courts - Putman and Bibb Counties.

[NI01135]

!Mary's parents lived on the farm in Warren County, Her father was ofDutch
descent.

[NI01136]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Henry Spencer

p.15
Edmond Law Rogers was the son of Lloyd Nicholas Rogers, and greatgrandson of
Daniel Parke Curtis and Martha Dandridge, who married second GeneralGeorge
Washington.

[NI01145]

Thomas Garton Blewett, Jr obtained the rank of General in the Mexican War.

[NI01154]

!Source: Thomas Family of Talbot County, MD and Allied Families
By: Richard Spencer

p.15
Hon James Black Groome was governor of Maryland, 1874-1875
United States Senator, 1879-1885.

[NI01159] Draft Notice Mexican War
Regimental Order** to Arms
Bowling Green, Kentucky
September 4, 1847

Sir:
The general government having made a levy upon Kentuck for two Infantry
Regiments of Volunteers to serve during the War with Mexico, HisExcellency, Gov. Owsley, ha s directed that two Companies shall be raisedin each Congressional District. To facilitate h is order, I hereby notifyyou to appear, armed and equipped as the law directs, in Bowling Gre en,on Wednesday next 8th inst., at 10 o'clock A.M. when and where Volunteerswill be recruite d for service.

By order of P. Dudley, Adj't Gen K.M.

P.B. Hawkins
COL Com'dt 25th Regiment KY, Militia

No proof that he really ever served, may have been excused.

US Census Kentucky

219/219 Bunch Elizabeth 72 F - 800 PA
Blewett George L 28 M KY
Lancy L 29 F KY
Harris Nancy 68 F NC
Blewett William B 8 M KY
James R 6 M KY
Ann E 5 F KY
George H 4 M KY
Samuel R 3 M KY
Maria J 1 F KY

Texas Historical Commission Marker: Blewett Cemetery

Established for family and community burials by Rev George L. Blewett,this cemetery was firs t used in 1855 after the death of his daughterAnn. A Cumberland Presbyterian minister, Blewe tt had come to Texas in1853 with his family and other pioneers from Kentucky. Nine of theBle wett children are buried here as are George (d. 1884) and his wife,Nancy 9d. 1903). The Blew ett Cemetery was for many years associated withthe Cumberland Presbyterian Church and until t he mid-1920's was one ofthe primary burial grounds for the Richardson Community.
.

[NI01162]

William Framcis Anderson joined the Macon Light Artillery as a FirstLieutenant in the sprin g of 1862. Commanded engagements of this unit.H.N. Ellis was Captain of the Company and som e of the members wereAdolphus Troutman, Eugenius Rutherford, Clay Corbin, Nathan Hodgkins, an dRichard Hines. He was in the battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville,Tarboro, NC, Goldsb orough, Newburn, defense of Drewey's Bluff, afterseven days of fight around Richmond, VA. Ca me back to GA and wasappointed aide-de-camp to Gen G. W. smith, Commander of the GA StateTroo ps about 1863. Later appointed Major-Lieut. Colonel, Colonel, inwhich poistion he surrendere d. Was in fight and defense of Atlanta, GAJuly 11, 1864. Returned to Bear Creek, thence t o Lovejoy, thence toGriffin, thence to Macon, thence to Savannah, December 24, 1864, LeftSava nnah over pontoon bridges built by Col Fobell. Surrendered toGeneral Wilson at Macon in Apri l 1865.

[NI01169]

Abstract of North Carolina Wills
Elinor Pinkett Beaufort County
May 17, 1757. March Court, 1758. Sons: William Daniel Pinkett, Thomas
and Zachariah Pinkett (one negro to each). Son-in-law: William Moore,
Daughter: Hannah Pinkett, Granddaughter: Rachel Cason. Executors:
William Daniel Pinkett and Thomas Pinkett. Witnesses: George Moye, Jr.,
William Procter, Margaret Smith.
Clerk of the Court: Walley Cahuncey.

[NI01171]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Orvile A Jan 1850 50 72 98
8 34
KY Warren County

Anna G W Jul 1859 40 KY
Harry K S Feb 1852 18 KY
Hershel G S May 1885 15 KY
Beulah M D Oct 1887 12 KY

[NI01179]

Editor of the Macon Telegraph.

[NI01194]

Source: Tyler, Mrs Hazel A. (compiled & published by). 1880 FederalCensus, Laclede County, Mi ssouri. (found in the Kinderhook RegionalLibrary in Lebanon, Missouri). Springfield, Missou ri: revised March 1992.

[NI01196]

Compiled the Lineage Records of Blewett, Love, Turner and Allied Families.

[NI01203] Source: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI01214]

Marriage: Warren County, KT Mariages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI01225]

Lost an Arm in the Civil War.

[NI01226] Source: US Census KY - 1870
Clay, Logan County
Blewett, James S.
38 KY

Elizabeth 40 W KY
James L 15 M KY
Grider 12 M KY
Chesterfield 10 M KY
George 7 M KY
Foster 2 M KY

[NI01229]

Source: US Census California - 1900
Blewett, Webster F May 1856 44 KY 18 49
276
CA Merceo

Kate W Nov 1861 38 CA
Willie S Dec 1883 16 CA
Stella D Jan 1886 14 CA
Clinton S Jan 1888 12 CA
Hallie W D Jun 1890 9 CA
Minnie J D May 1898 2 CA

[NI01292] Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870

Blewett, William 31 KY
Mary 20 W KY
Sallie 2 F KY

Source: US Census Texas - 1880
Blewett, William R. 50 KY 9 60
Pric 2 10 47
M TX Dallas

Mary W 30 KY
Sarah D 12
Charles S 9
E. C. D 7
Edward S 4
Lena Bell D 2
Birdie M. D 3/12

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, William R Dec 1838 61 KY 21 21
1241
TX Collin

Mary J W Aug 1845 54 KY
Maude D Feb 1881 19 TX
Mollie D Jul 1884 15 TX
Willie D Mar 1888 12 TX

[NI01314] Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870

Blewett, Thomas W 27 KY
Margaret 24 W KY
James H 8 M KY
Josephine 4 F KY
Thomas L 1 M KY

Source: US Census Texas - 1880
Blewett, Thomas W. 36 KY 9 60
Pric 2 21 23
M TX Dallas

Maggie Ann W 34 KY
Josephine D 13
J. H. S 9
T. L. S 7
Bellie Belle D 5

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Tom Sep 1842 57 KY 114 136
6 35
TX Wise

Margaret W Feb 1844 56 KY
Mittie D Jun 1882 17 TX

[NI01321]

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Geo W Dec 1872 27 AL 80 81
10 90
TX Milam

Delia W Jul 1877 22 TX
Walter S Oct 1894 15 TX
Jay S Aug 1897 2 TX
Marion S Aug 1889 9/12 TX

[NI01325] May have been related to his Mother?

[NI01329]

Marriage: Mississippi Marriages
Lowndes County 1830 - 1868
Monroe County 1821 - 1858
Compiled By: Betty Wood Thomas

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI01366]

Family information provided by:
NGB norbob@brightok.net

Census: Bet. 1840 - 1880, Kentucky

Census 2: 1900, Kentucky, Warren County, Hickory Flat Twshp Woodburn Dist.

Note: 1900, KY Census Listed as a widower - Nancy on 1900 OK Census

Note1: 11 Apr 2002, Marriage Date rec'd from Craig Andrew/LDS Center Fi

Occupation: farmer

.

[NI01370]

Burial: New Hope Cemetery Meeker Lincoln Co. OK

Census: 1910, OK Lincoln Co.

Census 3: May 1910, US Census OK - Lincoln Co

Census 4: 05 Jan 1920, US Census KY - Boyle County Junction City

Note1: Nancy had 2 sons, Clifford & Eddie, by her first marriage to ? Christy

.

[NI01388]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)
Served in War of 1812 as 3rd Lt. of the 1st Class Militia, 32nd Reg.,Putnam County, GA.

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

Source: Talbot County 1850 US Census

1069 Rolleigh Holt 79 VA Farmer $6900
Carolyn 59
Thomas 29 GA Laborer

Source: Talbot County Wills 1827 - 1856

31 Oct 1843 Raleigh Holt of Talbot Co., weak in body. To my beloved wifeCaroline M. Holt, 44 0 acres where I now live during her natural life,then to go to my daughter, Ann D. Turner, an d her heirs. Also to my wifemy carriage and horses, one third of my entire stock, during he r naturallife, to be disposed of at her death. She is to have all my householdand kitchen fu rniture during her natural life and my dispose of onethird. At her death my son, Tarpley T . P. Holt is to have the Secretaryand bookcase. The rest to be equally divided between my ch ildren TarpleyT. Holt and Ann D. Turner.
Executors: son Tarpley T. P. Holt & Thomas B. Turner.
Signed: Raleigh Holt
Wit: James A. Harp, Martha A. J. A. Dixon, Robert H. Dixon
Proved 31 Oct 1853 by Robert H. Dixon.
Codicil dated 17 Feb 1851
Appoints Robert H. Dixon & William Marshall, Jr trustees to manage theproperty left to son Ta rpley T. P. Holt. If he dies without heirs, hisproperty to go to the children of Ann D. Turn er.
Wit: Barnard Hill, Benjamin F. Reese, William B. Webb
Proved 31 Oct 1853 by Barnard Hill & wife Caroline M. Holt
Rec: pgs 329-334

[NI01389]

First cousin of Mary 'Stewart' Dixon wife of Hines Holt.

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01414] Mary Elizabeth was married first to a Mr Andrews, who was probably killed in the Civil War.

Mary Elizabeth was married first to a Mr Andrews, who was killed in the Civil War. It is believed that Mr. Andrews was killed in the Civil War. This seems to be a reasonable assumption since Mary Elizabeth had no children that are documented between the birth of John Harris Andrews in 1861 and the children she had after marrying James Love Blewett in 1869R.and this is during the time period covered by the Civil War. However, this cannot be proven at this time. Civil War deaths and soldier rosters for both Texas and Arkansas have been checked for a possible Mr. Andrews and none have been found at this time. Civil War widow pension applications have been checked and none were found for her. Even if she was indeed a civil war widowR..she would not have been able to apply for or collect a widow's pension. Law prevented widows who had remarried from applying for a pension. Due to her marriage to James Love Blewett she was not eligible to apply.

US Census Texas - 1870, Wise County, Pres 9, Pg. 21, E. D. 18 Aug 1870
Dwellin# 153, House# 153
Blewett, James, age 71, farmer, pob=NC
Mary, age 39, Keep House, pob=GA
James, age 11, pob=AK
George, age 9, pob=Ark
John, age 8, pob=TX

US Census Texas - 1880

Bluet, Elizabeth 46 GA 34 125
Pric 1 1 27
F TX Wise County

Rolin S 22
Allen S 20
Harris S 18
Sallie D 9
Joseph O. S 9
Granger S. S 6
Ann D 4


US Census Texas - 1900, Wise County, Prec. 1, Sheet #1, E. D. 2 June 1900 (Note: Per Ancestry.com Precinct 1 was outside of Decatur town lying to the East of the Ft. Worth and DRR and North of the Denton and Decatur wagon road.)
Dwelling# 12, House #12
Blewett, Mary, head of household, dob=Dec 1833, age=66, widowed, pob=GA
Andrews, Allen, Son, dob=May 1860, age=40, single, pob=Ark
Blewett, Joseph, Son, dob=July 1871, age=28, widowed, pob=TX
Williams, Emmet, grandson, dob=Nov 1892, single, pob=TX
Williams, Homer, grandson, dob=Aug 1895, single, pob=TX
Blewett, Lovie, grandson, dob=Sept 1895, single, pob=TX

US Census Texas - 1910, Wise County, Prec. 1, Sheet 3-B, E. D Apr 18, 1910
Dwelling# 61, House in # of visitation 61
Blewett, M. E., head of household, age=76, widowed, pob=GA
Andrews, George A, son, age=49, single, pob=Ark
Williams, Emmet, grandson, age=17, single, pob=TX
Williams, Homer I, grandson, age=14, single, pob=TX

US Census GA - Paulding County, 839th Dist, p. 97
Whaley, James D., age=44, farmer, pob=GA
Rachel, age=41, pob=GA
Mary E., age=16, pob=GA
Matilda F, age=12, pob=GA
Amanda C, age=9, pob=GA
James L, age=6, pob=GA
Jessie M, age=5, pob=GA
Isaac B., age=3, pob=GA
Agrippa J., age=1, pob=GA

US Census GA - Polk County (Polk was formed from Paulding County in 1857
All same family members are present with exception of Mary E.

Additional Documentation:

1.The Early Georgia Whaleys "A Closer Look" by Weeden and Nelson
A book published in 1997 and continuously updated by Jackie A. Weeden and Ruby L. Nelson on the Georgia Whaley families. It gives the parents of Mary Elizabeth Whaley as James Duces Whaley and Rachel Authur/Arthur. Siblings of Mary Elizabeth are as follows: John R born 1830, Caleb Arthur, Mary Elizabeth born 1833, Frances Matilda born 1838, Amanda Caroline born 1841, James Lewis born 1843, Jessie Mercer born 1845, Isaac Bird born 1847, and Agrippa Jones born 1849. Additional Whaley family information will be provided if you desire.

2.Marriage License of Mary Elizabeth Andrews and James Love Blewett, obtained from McKinney,
Collin County, Texas by Kathie Sarchet. Date of marriage=27 Feb 1869. I will include a scanned copy of the marriage certificate in a separate file.

3. Birth and death dates for Mary E. Blewett obtained from her tombstone. A photo was taken by
Kathie Sarchet in November 2003. I will include a scanned copy of this photo in a separate file.

4. Death Certificates of John Harris Andrews, James Rollen Andrews, and George Allen Andrews in
possession of Kathie Sarchet.

5.Birth and Death certificates of both of my parents.

6. Family information collected by Kathie Sarchet and Earlene Cleveland over a period of about 25
years.

.

[NI01428]

Was living in Henry County, Alabama in 1891 per Everitt/Everitt Family

[NI01434]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01435]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01439]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01440]

Line 30376 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
DEAT DATE 29 FEB 1937

[NI01441]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01444]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01446]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01448] Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Joe 38
TX Wise

Hilda W 38
Lovie S 14
Dora A D 8
Lorena D 3

Source: US Census Oklahoma - 1920
Blewett, Joe 68 254
1 88
W 48 TX
Stephens County

Wilda W 37 TX
Dera D 18 TX
Lorena D 13 TX
G. S. S 8 TX

[NI01449]

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01451]

Source: Alabama Records, Vol 29
Marengo County
Wills & Estate, Deeds, Tombstone Inscription, Marriages and ChanceryRecords
Compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud

p.16; Will Book A
p.170. Accounts of estate of Robertus Love with Falba Love,administratrix, December 26, 1832 .
Shows sums paid out for David A., Josephus, Robertus, Asa, Charles, andFalba Love.

[NI01453]

Died prior to 1891 (settlement of father's estate) per Everitt/EverittFamily

[NI01461]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01463]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01466]

Twin of Julia.

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI01467]

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,Vol
108, p. 216

DAR Number: 107654

Descendant of William Blewett.
1. Jonathan Donalson (1808-71) m. 1841 Caroline Jane Williams(1826-1903).
2. William Williams (1791-1860) m. 2nd 1825 Cassandra Sheppard (1806-45).
3. William Williams (1751-99) m. Hannah Blewett (1758-1830).
4. William Blewett m. Sarah Garton.
William Blewett served as Justice of the Peace in Anson County, NC.,1776. He
was born in England; died 1813 (1790), in North Carolina.

[NI01481] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, G. H. (S) Jan 1875 25 TX 100 109
298
TX Tarrant County

Minnie W Jul 1883 16 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Granger S 36
TX Wise

Minnie C W 26
Maddie D 7
Joseph C S 2

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, Granger 177 148
5 59
W 44 TX
Wise County

Minnie W 35 TX
Linnie D 16 TX
J. C. S 11 TX

[NI01489] Census: 1860, US Census Kentucky - 1 year old wm

Census: 1900, Kentucky, Warren County, Hickory Flat Twnshp Woodburn Dist.
.

[NI01500]

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,Vol
67
p. 264

DAR Number 66729

Descendant of Capt James Jones.
Daughter of Thomas Erkine Young (1831-69) and Georgia P. Butt (b. 1834),his
wife, m. 1855.
Granddaughter of Moses Butt (1781-1848) and Priscilla Banks (1802-53) hiswife,
m. 1822.

[NI01514] John S. and Elizabeth Harris obtained a marriage bond at Warren County, Kentucky. Ambrose E. Harris signed the bond as surety with John S. Blewitt. Eli Blewitt, father of the groom, gave his consent, and the bride's consent was given by her mother, Mary Harris. Sec: Ambrose E. Harris.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 63.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850.
.

[NI01539]

Marriage: Mississippi Marriages
Lowndes County 1830 - 1868
Monroe County 1821 - 1858

[NI01547]

Source: US Census Indiana - 1900
Blewett, Frances Apr 1899 IN 52 98
15 10
IN Monroe

[NI01558]

Henry Married Winifred Stone, 10 Dec 1797, The daughter of NicholasStone and
Sussannah Williams. Nicholas Stone was a Signer of the Declaration of
Independence.

[NI01571]

Source: Yazoo County, Mississippi Pioneers
By: Betty Couch Wiltshire
Published by Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1992

p.27. David Alexander Love
Brother - Josephus Love, Sisters - Talba (Falba) F. Love, Chaste A.Jennings, Faith Trooter.
Witness - Thomas G. Yarborough, William Emfinger, James M. Waskom.Slaves - Polly, Litsy, Char les, Abner, Joseph, Moses, Chancy, Louisa,Pricilla, Hannibal, Robin, Margaret, Randal, Clauss a and childe, Pleaseand Hannah, Elijah, Massena, Alonso, Harriet, William.
Dated December 1, 1849. Probated February 1850.

p.136
January Term 1848, p.329
Petition of David A. Love, Chaste A. Jennings, Falba F. Love andJosephine Love, heirs-at-la w of Asa Love, desceased, for division ofPersonal estate of Asa Love, deceased. George Trott er, William Trotter,Catherine Trotter, Alexander Trotter, Robertus Trotter and Joseph Trotter are also heirs of the estate and entitled to one distributive share.

[NI01576]

In 1891 they were in Panola Co. Texas per Everitt/Everitt Family

[NI01580]

May have been a McCormick.

[NI01581]

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI01586]

Source: Yazoo County, MS 1850 US Census & Marriages
Compiled & Transcribed by Diane Fyans Roos
Published by Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1990, p.68

#679 LOVE, Josephus 23 M AL Planter (COMPTON, Margaret E.)
LOVE, Falba 26 F AL (Johnson, James)
Hart, Meridith 26 M MS Overseer

Source: Yazoo County, Mississippi Pioneers
By: Betty Couch Wiltshire
Published by Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1992

p.133
May Term 1847, p.235
Letters of administration granted Josephus Love on the estate of AsaLove, deceased.

[NI01622]

Source: Yazoo County, MS 1850 US Census & Marriages
Compiled & Transcribed by Diane Fyans Roos
Published by Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1990, p.68

#679 LOVE, Josephus 23 M AL Planter (Compton, Margaret E.)
LOVE, Falba 26 F AL (Johnson, James)
Hart, Meridith 26 M MS Overseer

[NI01630]

Source: Our Ancestors
Compiled by: Chaste Alberta Malone
Dec, 1953 Atlanta, GA

[NI01654]

Source: Alabama Records, Vol 39
Marengo County
Marriages, Deeds, Wills, REv. Pensions, 1812 Pensions and Miscellaneous
Compiles by Pauline Jones Gandrud

p.12
p. 191. Alexander Trotter and Faith Love, Mar 30, 1839, excuted April1st by A. Yarbrough, J .P., Benjamin P. Whitlow, Security.

[NI01660]

Information provided by: Frank Drew McVey.

[NI01661]

Served in the US Air Force as a Journalist.
Information provided by: Frank Drew McVey.

[NI01662]

Was in the Navy and died in a Naval landing craft causality.
Information obtain provided by: Frank Drew McVey

[NI01670]

Source: US Census Missouri - 1900
Blewett, John S. Aug 1849 KY 52 109
50 47
Father-in-Law of William H. Clark

[NI01675]

Source: Yazoo County, Mississippi Pioneers
By: Betty Couch Wiltshire
Published by Heritage Books, Inc, Bowie, MD, 1992

p.133
May Term 1847, p.235
Letters of administration granted Josephus love on the estate of AsaLove, deceased.

p.136
January Term 1848, p.329
Petition of David A. Love, Chaste A Jennings, Falba F. Love and JosephineLove, heirs-at-law o f Asa Love, desceased, for fdivision of Personalestate of Asa Love, deceased. George Trooter , William Trotter, CatherineTrotter, Alexander Trotter, Robertus Trotter and Joseph Trotter a re alsoheirs of the estate and entitle to one distributive share.

[NI01705] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.

Marriage Records, Madison County, KY.
.

[NI01711] Virginia Darcy Slaughter, "Family Group Sheet".

Virginia Darcy Slaughter, "Family Group Sheet", citing tax and church records which help to establish that John Turner was deceased by 1768 and that his wife was Sarah (Williams) Turner.

Virginia Darcy Slaughter, "Family Group Sheet", citing Land Grant number 519, file 202.

Source: Family Letters of Talton Turner, 1850 KY Census, 1860-1900 MO Census, Orbit, Bur, Mar, Deed Records, Darcy Slaughter, Tim Dollens, Alice Reynolds.
.

[NI01724]

He received one of the first Bronze Cross of Honor of the Confederacy.

[NI01757]

Source: Automated Archives, Inc
CD 2, 1993

Marriage Records of KY

[NI01763]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01765]

Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p. 5: Simon Holt, 8/27/1816:9/16/1816, p. 112 Baldwin WB "A" (1806-1829)
Wife: Sarah. Sons: Peyton, Raleigh, Hines, Simon, . Grsons: SimonFowler, son of Thaddeus H olt; Simon, son of Singleton Holt; "To all mychildren and heirs of my sons, Thaddeus and Tob ert". Kinsman: AbnerHolt, his wife and children.
Exrs: Sons, Hines and Simon Holt.
Wits: Samuel Brooks, Bolling Hall, James D. Lester.

Source: Jasper County, Georgia
Deed Books 1 & 2; 1807 - 1810
By: John I. Bruno
Published by: Wolfe Publishing, 1999, Fernandina, FL

p.5
Deed Book 1 Pages 20-21
Seller: Asa Loper of Effingham County
Buyer: Jonathan Phillips of Randolph County
Land Lot: 182, 17th District Total Acreage: 202.5 acres
Sales Price: $200 Date Sold: 1/8/1808
Witnesses: William Foster
Zachariah Renfrow
Simon Holt, J.I.C., JP
Date Deed was recorded in Randolph County: 5/11/1808

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01766]

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01768]

He was a twin of Robert Holt. Moved with his family to Halifax County,VA then to Hancock Cou nty, GA.
Justice of the Peace of Houston County, GA

p. 87 Deed Book G Houston County, GA 1836-1840
Houston County, Georgia 6-28-1832 Deed pg. 206
Grantor: Lunsford Pitts Houston Co., GA
Grantee: George Williams Houston Co., GA
$750.00 Lot 15 in the 13th dist. Hoston Co., Ga. 202 1/2 a.
Drawn by: James Holt (10-21-1829) Jasper Co., GA 1821 LL
"Oak & Hickory land containing 200 acres Two & a half (2 1/2) acres ofsaid lot being reserve d in the south west corner for the use of theMETHODIST CHURCH"
See Deed Bk D/419 - Jas. Holt to Theodore Guerry (9-2-1830) 202 1/2 a.
See Deed BK F/785 - Theodore Guerry to Lunsford Pitts (10-1-1830) 202 1/2a.
Wit: James Holt
Robert Holt Signed: Lunsford Pitts
John Thomas Daniel, J.P. 6-6-1835
Recorded: May 9, 1837

Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.73 In 1824, Houston County Academy. The first trustees were HowellCobb, Wilson Collins, M ichael Watson, Charles F. Pattillo, and JamesHolt; and in 1836, an act was passed naming Char les H. Rice, ThomasWilliams, Joshua Patteshall, Samuel Felder, and Francis W. Jobson astruste es of this academy.

Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.313 Land Lottery Register No. 11
23rd Day's Drawing -- April 2nd
Houston County
James Holt, sen. R.S. Farnels 194 4 2

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI01770]

He was a twin of James Hinds Holt. Moved with his family to HalifaxCounty, VA then to Hancoc k County, GA. Was JP in Hancock County, GA andknown as Judge Holt. He married Nancy Holt hi s first cousin and daughterof Richard Holt of Essex County, VA.

p. 87 Deed Book G Houston County, GA 1836-1840
Houston County, Georgia 6-28-1832 Deed pg. 206
Grantor: Lunsford Pitts Houston Co., GA
Grantee: George Williams Houston Co., GA
$750.00 Lot 15 in the 13th dist. Hoston Co., Ga. 202 1/2 a.
Drawn by: James Holt (10-21-1829) Jasper Co., GA 1821 LL
"Oak & Hickory land containing 200 acres Two & a half (2 1/2) acres ofsaid lot being reserve d in the south west corner for the use of theMETHODIST CHURCH"
See Deed Bk D/419 - Jas. Holt to Theodore Guerry (9-2-1830) 202 1/2 a.
See Deed BK F/785 - Theodore Guerry to Lunsford Pitts (10-1-1830) 202 1/2a.
Wit: James Holt
Robert Holt Signed: Lunsford Pitts
John Thomas Daniel, J.P. 6-6-1835
Recorded: May 9, 1837

Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.315 Land Lottery Register No. 17
38th Day's Drawing -- April 19th
Houston County
Robert Holt Farnells 197 13 2

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[NI01771]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI01772]

Justice of the Peace of Houston County, GA

Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p.28, Tarpley Holt, 11/29/1839:9/7/1840, p.75 Bibb WB "A" (1823-1855)
Wife: Betsy Lane. Dau: Martha S. Holt. Sons: Abner Flewellen, WilliamSimon, Tarpley Lafayet te. Sons-in-law: John B. Ross, Timothy M. Furlow.
Exrs: Abner F. Holt, John B Ross, Timothy M. Furlow.
Wits: Simeon Holt, Phillip Thurmond, James Wilson.

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[NI01776]

In 1807 he was JP in Baldwin County, GA. He had no children and hiswill, probated January 13 , 1851, named nephews, great nephews, brothersand sisters.

Source: Early Records of Putnam County, GA; 1807-1860
Old Cemeteries, Wills, and Marriages
Compiled by: Edward F. Hull

(p.237) Peyton Holt. Wife, Polly. Brothers, Hines, Raleigh, Simm,Singleton Holt. Sister , Nancy Tarver. Nephews, William and David Holt,sons of deceased brother Robert Holt. Henry , Thaddius G., Leroy F.,Pulaski, Milton, sons of deceased brother, Thaddius Holt. Peyton Hol t,son of brother, Simm. Peyton Holt, son of nephew William Holt. PeytonColquitt, son of nep hew, Walter Colquitt. Peyton Holt, son of nephewPulaski Holt.
Executors, brother, Simm, and nephews, William and Pulaski Holt. WWOctober 24, 1840 WP Janu ary 5, 1851.

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[NI01777]

Source: Putnam County, GA Will Book B - 1822-1857 (p.9)
Singleton Holt, wife, Hollandbury. Daughter, Elizabeth. Other childrenmention, but not name d.
Executors, Wife, Isaac Moreland, Peyton Holt, William Turner.
WW August 25, 1823
WP September 29, 1823

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

Source: Early Records of Putnam County, GA; 1807-1860
Old Cemeteries, Wills, and Marriages
Compiled by: Edward F. Hull

(p.9) Singleton Holt. Wife, Hollandbury. Daughter, Elizabeth. Otherchildren mention, bu t not named.
Executors, Wife, Isaac Moreland, Peyton Holt, William Turner. WW August25, 1823. WP Septem ber 29, 1823

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[NI01778]

Mention as Simm in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857(.p.237)

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[NI01779]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI01783]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.215
Company G 8th GA Cavalry, Joel R. Griffin, Colonel
RPrivates T. D. Holt, Thad. Holt, A. C. Holt R

Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p.3 Thaddeus Holt, 9/27/1813:10/4/1813, P. 58 Baldwin WB "A" (1806-1829)
Wife, Anne (present wife) - Child in esse. Sons: Thaddeus Goode Holt,Milton, Leroy, Simon , Pulaski, Cicero, Fowler, Woodson, Patrick Henry.Dau: Sarah Ann Caroline.
Exrs: Robert Rutherford, Tarpley Holt, Simon Holt, Jr.
Wits: Robert Rutherford, Tarpley Holt, Simon Holt, Jr.

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[NI01792] Benjamin and Rebeccah Blewett obtained a marriage bond on 15 November 1815 at Madison County, Kentucky. John Turner signed the bond as surety with Benjamin Turner. Benjamin Turner's consent was given by his father. Rebeccah Blewett's consent was given by her father, Eli Blewett. John Turner, signed the bond with Benjamin Turner.Benjamin married Rebeccah Blewett in November 1815 at Warren County, Kentucky. Benjamin Turner acquired 80 acres beginning at the end of John Turner lane for $100.00 at Kentucky, from Eli K. Blewett on 21 April 1818. There were no witnesses.

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 39.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850.

Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky 1812-1821, page 96. Deed Book H8, 1816, 1818, page 471 - 21 Apr 1818, Eli Blewitt to Benjamin Turner, 80 acres beginning at the end of John Turner lane, consideration being $100.00. Wit: None.

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[NI01794]

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[NI01797]

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[NI01798]

A Blacksmith in Essex County, VA.

[NI01800]

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[NI01801]

First cousin of Caroline McDonald Dixon wife of Raleigh Holt.

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[NI01802]

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[NI01804]

Source: History of Upson County, GA
Author: Nottingham, Carolyn (Walker). Hannah, Evelyn
Publication: J. W. Burke Co., Macon, GA, c 1930, reprinted 1982

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[NI01806]

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[NI01807]

Source: History of Upson County, GA
Author: Nottingham, Carolyn (Walker). Hannah, Evelyn
Publication: J. W. Burke Co., Macon, GA, c 1930, reprinted 1982

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[NI01815]

Thomas was killed in the battle of Camden during the Revolutionary War in1780.

[NI01817]

Will probated October 27, 1800.

[NI01822]

Ovid Garten Sparks was an Attorney, Mayor of Macon, and a Member of theHouse of Representativ es of GA. A Graduate of Yale Univ. Resided in GA,MS, and LA.
He was a LT in the Floyd Rifles.

[NI01826]

Was a planter and a cooper. Will of Richard 1693 in Essex County.

[NI01833]

Will of Robert Holt in Essex County 1698 (i).

[NI01843]

Will of William Holt, 1734, Essex County, VA.

Will specifies that his children not be bound out. It specifies: to sonRobert, 100 acres whe re I now lie at age 18. If he dies without hiers,to son William. To sons William and Richar d, 500 lbs. tobacco to be paidthem at age 18 by son Robert. Daughters: Ann, Eliza, Mary an d Sarah:items at 16. Barnet Paine, Executor. WIT: Roger Bell, BenjaminFranklyn. Essex Co . WB 5, pg 248.
Inventory June 18, 1734 shows 18 cattle, 12 hogs, 6 sheep, 1 mare, 1horse, furniture and c. B arnet Paine, EX.

[NI01845]

Among the earliest definite records of the name Holt in England are thoseof John Holt of Warw ickshire, before 1272; those of Henry de la Holte ofWorchestershire, 1273; those of William d el Holt of Yorkshire. While itis not definitely know from which of the many lines of the fam ily inEngland the first emigrants of the name to come to America weredescendants, it is recor ded that the Holts were among the earliestsettlers in this country. The first of the name i n America was Randallor Randolph Holt who came over in the George in 1620. He married MaryBa ily of Hog Island, North Carolina in 1626. He was 13 when he cameover. They had two sons, J ohn and Captain Michael Holt. (Descendants ofJohn and Isabel Holt.)

A Robert, son of John Holte was baptised at Rochdale on 5 May 1605. ARobert Holt married Mar tha HEYWOOD 29 Aug 1621 at Rochdale and DorothieHeawood married Robert Houlte 19 Dec 1625 a t Manchester.
Provided by: Bruce Jackson, Archivist, Lancashire, England.

In Gust. Skordas' "Early Immigrants to Maryland", 1912, "Robert Holt,immigrated 1646 with wif e and 4 children" (2,fol, 229, 550).

Robert Holt was issued a land warrant to lay out 400 acres "in any placewithin this provinc e southward of Patuxent River". (Patents ABH.32)Edward (Edmund) Hudson was associated with R obert Holt and was living inthe same household.

Edward defaulted on a bond in 1650 and the court allowed Robert Holt to"attach his estate" fo r the cost. (p.135)

[NI01854]

"11 die 7" (date?) Dorothy Holt to serve Henry Aubrey for five years, todo household wor k & c but not "working the ground". She to receive acalf after three years. (Signed) Doroth y (x) Holt. WIT: John Poole,William Willams. (D&W) 1665-77. pg. 19.) Notes by Steven M. Man ning.

[NI01860]

Burial: 09 Jan 1942

Census: 1880, US Census Kentucky - 20 YOM

Census 2: 1910, Kentucky, Simpson County.

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[NI01876]

Moved from VA to KY.

[NI01886]

Most of his children moved to NC. The descendants eventually moved toWest VA, KY, TN and OH . (Charles Holt Genealogy).

Will of Plunkett Holt, dtd 1789, Prince Edward County, VA

Plunkett Holt and wife Ann bough land in Amelia County, VA in 1767. Hesold this land in 1767 . He moved from Nottoway County to Prince EdwardCounty (orginally part of Amelia County.

1748: Sept. Court Book of Amelia County, p.103
1748: Plunket on Amelia Co. Tax List in Tax Precinct 48c
1753: Plunket on Amelia Co. Tax List in Tax Precinct 53c
1754: Plunket on Amelia County, Tax List in Tax Precinct 54j
26 Feb 1670 - Amelia Co. Deed Bk. 7; land sale from George Brown toPlunkett Holt; 400 acres a t 20 pounds.
10 Nov 1762 - Prince Edward Co. Deed Bk. 2 (1759-1765). pg 132a; landsale from Abraham West o f Prince Edward Co. to Plunkett Holt of Amelia Co.
21 Mar 1673 - Amelia Co. Deed Bk. 8: pg 101; land sale from Plunkett Holtto St. Patrick Paris h, Prince Edward Co. to Thomas Oakley; 100 acres at25 pounds.
22 Oct 1767 - Amelia Co. Deed Bk. 9; pg 216; land sale from Plunkett Holtto Richard Burks o f Prince Edward County. Sale was 47 acres for 9pounds. Wife Ann of Plunkett personally appe ars in court to relinquishher rights to conveyed land.

[NI01887]

Last name may have been Featherston, a family in Amelia County, VA. Thefamilies moved to Row an and Surry Counties NC near Dan River.

[NI01888]

When William died in 1782, William's brother, John, became a surrogatefather to the teenage s ons of William, he and his wife Roseanna raisingthem to adulthood.

[NI01895]

When John's brother William died in 1782. He and his wife Roseannabecame surrogate parents o f the the teenage children of William raisingthem to adulthood.

[NI01898]

In Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS a monument with the followinginscription is erected:
Captain Randle Blewett
A Confederate Solider
Commander, Company C, 2nd Battalion Mississippi Volunteers
He fell on the field of Battle, Jun 30, 1862
Defending the City of Richmond, VA.
Aged 32 years.

[NI01899]

Ann moved the family to Campbell County after Plunkett death in PrinceEdward County. They so ld the land in Prince Edward County on October 19,1801 but evidently had already moved to Cam pbell County as several of thechildren and Ann appear on the Campbell County 1800 Tax List, A nn with1-3 listing (one white male, 3 Horses) Va Genealogist, #13, p.63.

[NI01900]

1830 Census, Jefferson County, Tennessee (J2860) 12000001-101001.Leonard Holt was about 50-6 0 years old, his wife Agnes Rowlett about40-50. Children George and female child were unde r age 5, John W. andRobert about 5-10 years old and Louisa Emelina was between 15 and 20year s old.

[NI01902]

In 1830 Cocke Co., Tennesse Census has 1 male 5-10, 2 males 10-15, 1 male15-20, and Asa at 40 -50.

[NI01903] Robert and Sally S. Blewitt obtained a marriage bond on 19 September 1829 at Warren County, Kentucky. Garland Y. Blewitt signed the bond as surety with Robert Turner. Following is a transcription of the letter of consent for the bride to marry. "Mr. Hobson this is to certify that I give Robert Turner license to marry my daughter Sally S. Blewett given under my hand this 19 day of September. Eli Blewett. Test. Eli (?initial) Blewett."

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 78.

The Will of Cornelias Turner, 1790-1830, VA Census Index, 1810-1830, Warren County, KY Census, Marriage Records, Deed Records.
.

[NI01909]

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1885
By: Marilyn Davis Barefield
Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., Easly, SC, 1983

p.138; Mitchell Field Cemetery; Located in the West Bend Community

Josephine C., dau of Belovid Love & Harriet K. Turner, d. 30 Jul 1844

[NI01964]

1743: Sold 100 acres he inherited from his father in spottsylvania Co. tothis brother Richard .
1748-1752: Was in Halifax Co., VA
May have lived in Albemarle Co., VA

[NI01974]

When the Holts moved to Ohio, Nathan moved into Scioto County. Nathan waprobably borin in Pi ttsylvania County, VA. Died before 1850 Census.

[NI01976]

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[NI01978]

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[NI01979]

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[NI01980] Rev. Christopher Harris Jr. conducted the ceremony for the wedding of Edward Turner and Lucretia Moberly on 6 October 1789 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Rev. Christopher Harris Jr. conducted the ceremony for the wedding of Christopher Martin and Anna Turner on 28 January 1790 at Kentucky.

Christopher was enumerated as head of a household on the census of 1820 at Simpson County, Kentucky, as "Christopher Harris". His household consisted of one free white male under 10 years of age, one free white male between 16 and 18, one free white male of 16 and under 26, one free white male of 45 and upwards, one free white female under 10, one free white female of 26 and under 45, and one free white female of 45 and upwards.

Rev. Christopher Harris Jr. conducted the ceremony for the wedding of John S. Blewitt and Elizabeth Harris on 11 September 1824 at Warren County, Kentucky.

Rev. Christopher Harris Jr. conducted the ceremony for the wedding of John Turner and Betsy Ann Blewett on 17 April 1826 at Kentucky.

Kentucky Historical Society, Kentucky Marriage Records, Part I, page 52

Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Marriage Records for Madison County, Kentucky, Volume IV, 1790-1843, page 21.

1820 US Census, Simpson County, Kentucky, 1820 US Census, Page 16, National Archives Microfilm M33, Roll 28.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 63.
Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.
.

[NI01981]

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[NI01982]

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[NI02025] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Nancy Feb 1820 80 KY
TX Dallas

[NI02036] Served in the military serving with several Regiments in the CSA.

[NI02040]

Source: Early Records of Putnam County, GA; 1807-1860
Old Cemeteries, Wills, and Marriages
Compiled by: Edward F. Hull

(p.56) Tabitha Dixon Napier. Son William Turner Napier. Brother JosephTurner. Sister, Mar tha Hunt and Hollandbury Holt.
Executors, William T. Napier. WW July 4, 1826 WP October 9, 1826

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[NI02042]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.190-191 Indian War Veterans
Georgia Houston County
A list of the names of the officers and men, marched from Houston Countyon the 27th instant , to rendevous at Columbus, Thursday the 2nd jan ofJune next, by order of the Commander-in-Ch ief of the 17th instant.

Captain Jesse Smith
1st Lieut. John Pool
2nd Lieut. David Hamilton
Ensign William M. Bateman

R#56 William Holt

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Source: Talbot County, GA 1850 US Census

#362 William Holt 58 VA
Francis 47 W GA
Francis 16 F GA
Louisiana 13 GA
Ann 11 GA
Cary 06 M GA
Micajah 04 GA
Harriett Bailey 28 GA
Sarah Bailey 07 GA

[NI02044]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI02046]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI02049]

Mention as dau. in her fathers will Putnam County, GA Willi Book B -1822-1857 (p.237).

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[NI02050]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

P.112 Deed Book F Houston County, GA 1834-1836
Jones County, Georgia 2-3-1834 Deed pg. 308
Grantor: Woodson Holt Jones Co., GA
Grantee: Fredrick Watson Houston Co., GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot 58 in the 11th dist. Houston Co., Ga. 67 1/2 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphs. (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., GA 1821 LL
Wit: Lewis Pollock
J. G. B. Watson Signed: Woodson Holt
Wit: Daniel Dupree, J.P.
Recorded: March 12, 1835

P.103 Deed Book F Houston County, GA 1834-1836
Houston County, Georgia 2-3-1833 Deed pg. 309
Grantor: Patrick H. Holt Jones Co., GA
Grantee: Fredrick Watson Houston Co., GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot 58 in the 11th dist. Houston Co., Ga. 67 1/2 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphs. (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., GA 1821 LL
Wit: Lewis Pollock
J. G. B. Watson Signed: Patrick H. Holt
Wit: Daniel Dupree, J.P.
Recorded: March 12, 1835

p. 46&47 Deed Book G Houston County, GA 1836-1840
Houston County, Georgia 12-8-1835 Deed pg. 104
Grantor: Lawrence Holt
one of the orphans of Thandeus Holt Jones County, GA
Grantee: Frederick Watson Houston County, GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot No 58 in the 11th Dist. Houston County, GA 67 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphans (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., Ga 1821 LL
Deed from Lawrence Holt to Frederick Watson 1/3 Lot 58/11th p.104
See Db. Bk..F/308 - Woodson Holt to Fredrick Watson 1/3 58/11th(2-3-1834)
Bk..F/309 - Patrick H. Holt to Fredrick Watson 1/3 58/11th(2/3/1834)
Wit: Elizah Butts
Jno. Fulton
James H. Fulton Signed: Lawrence Holt
Wit: Hinant Byrd, J.P.
Recorded: March 7, 1837

[NI02051]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

Marriage Source: Collections of Twiggs Countians "Here and There"
Compiled by Kathleen Jones Carswell, Dec 1973 (p.6)

p.6 12/7/1828 In Marion, Twiggs County, Thursday, 13 Inst., GenThaddeus G. Holt to Miss Nan cy Fleming.

Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.134 The subscriptions were secured as a result of a largely attendedjubilee meeting of cit izens at Fort Valley which was presided over byHon. C. B. Strong as chairman, the meeting bei ng addressed by R. R.Cuyler, Esq., President of the Central Railway, just built, Judge T. G.H olt, and others.

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[NI02052]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI02053]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI02055]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

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[NI02056]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

[NI02058] Source: US Census Texas - 1880
Blewett, J. R. 36 KY 9 60
1 1
TX Dallas

Georgia W 32 KY
William B. S 11 TX
Minniel D 9 TX
Sarah P. D 6 TX
Martha A. D 2 TX

[NI02059]

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
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[NI02063]

Mention in the will of Peyton Holt. Will Book B - 1822-1857 (.p.237)

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Family Search International Genealogical Index

[NI02064]

Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p.4, Abner Flewellen, 9/12/1812:11/20/1812, p. 90 Baldwin WB "A"(1806-1829)
Wife: Nancy. Daus: Patsey, wife of Timothy Mathews; Betsy Lane, wife ofTarpley Holt; Nancy a nd Peggy (minors); Sons: William and Abner H.
Exrs: Wife, Nancy, Timothy Mathews, William Flewellen, Tarpley Holt.
Wits: Hines Holt, Reuben Jones, Wilson Collins.

Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p.31, Ann Flewellen, 10/12/1846:12/28/1846, p.127 Bibb WB (1823-1855)
Daus: Patsy Mathews (eldest), Betsy Lane Holt, Nancy Myrick, MargaretRedding (youngest).
Exrs: William C. Redding
Wits: Roland Bivins, John G. Hardiman

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[NI02065]

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[NI02066]

Source: Early Records of Putnam County, GA; 1807-1860
Old Cemeteries, Wills, and Marriages
Compiled by: Edward F. Hull

p.16 Putnam County, GA Cemeteries
Old Union Church Cemetery, Eatonton

Mrs. Lavinia Holt
Wife of Pulaski S. Holt
Died at Belleveun
11th day of Aug 1836
age 32 years

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[NI02070]

IGI AL 10656

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1885

p.171; Inventory & Appraisal
p.146 Inventory of B.L. Turner, guardian of Joseph B. Boswell & OvidTurner, minor heirs of Ab ner Turner, dec'd. Comm: Andrew Henshaw,Charles Stokes, R.R. Hamilton; Charles Stokes, J.P . Recorded 1/9/1835

p.180; Inventory & Appraisal
p.382 B.S. Turner, guardian report for 1838 for minor heirs of AbnerTurner.
4/20/1839.

Beloved Loved Turner was a member of the Alabama Legislature 1845 fromChoctaw County.

[NI02071]

Source: Early Records of Putnam County, GA; 1807-1860
Old Cemeteries, Wills, and Marriages
Compiled by: Edward F. Hull

p.16 Putnam County, GA Cemeteries
Old Union Church Cemetery, Eatonton

Thaddeus G. Holt
Son of P.S. & L. Holt
d. June 1833
Age 2 years

[NI02072]

Occupation: Lawyer

[NI02080] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, G. H. Nov 1849 51 KY 30 46
4 60
TX Denton

Mary E W Nov 1854 45 MO
George E S Sep 1882 17 TX
Mettie M D Aug 1885 17 TX
Nancy J D Apr 1888 12 TX
Emerson S Apr 1890 10 TX
Lucile W D Oct 1892 8 TX
Avis N D Dec 1895 5 TX

Skiles Jane H ML

[NI02084]

p. 87 Deed Book G Houston County, GA 1836-1840
Houston County, Georgia 6-28-1832 Deed pg. 206
Grantor: Lunsford Pitts Houston Co., GA
Grantee: George Williams Houston Co., GA
$750.00 Lot 15 in the 13th dist. Hoston Co., Ga. 202 1/2 a.
Drawn by: James Holt (10-21-1829) Jasper Co., GA 1821 LL
"Oak & Hickory land containing 200 acres Two & a half (2 1/2) acres ofsaid lot being reserve d in the south west corner for the use of theMETHODIST CHURCH"
See Deed Bk D/419 - Jas. Holt to Theodore Guerry (9-2-1830) 202 1/2 a.
See Deed BK F/785 - Theodore Guerry to Lunsford Pitts (10-1-1830) 202 1/2a.
Wit: James Holt
Robert Holt Signed: Lunsford Pitts
John Thomas Daniel, J.P. 6-6-1835
Recorded: May 9, 1837

[NI02087]

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[NI02093]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02094]

Source: Genealogies of Kentucky Families
From the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
Published By: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981

Marriage: Mississippi Marriages
Lowndes County 1830 - 1868
Monroe County 1821 - 1858

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI02099]

P.112 Deed Book F Houston County, GA 1834-1836
Jones County, Georgia 2-3-1834 Deed pg. 308
Grantor: Woodson Holt Jones Co., GA
Grantee: Fredrick Watson Houston Co., GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot 58 in the 11th dist. Houston Co., Ga. 67 1/2 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphs. (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., GA 1821 LL
Wit: Lewis Pollock
J. G. B. Watson Signed: Woodson Holt
Wit: Daniel Dupree, J.P.
Recorded: March 12, 1835

P.103 Deed Book F Houston County, GA 1834-1836
Houston County, Georgia 2-3-1833 Deed pg. 309
Grantor: Patrick H. Holt Jones Co., GA
Grantee: Fredrick Watson Houston Co., GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot 58 in the 11th dist. Houston Co., Ga. 67 1/2 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphs. (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., GA 1821 LL
Wit: Lewis Pollock
J. G. B. Watson Signed: Patrick H. Holt
Wit: Daniel Dupree, J.P.
Recorded: March 12, 1835

p. 46&47 Deed Book G Houston County, GA 1836-1840
Houston County, Georgia 12-8-1835 Deed pg. 104
Grantor: Lawrence Holt
one of the orphans of Thandeus Holt Jones County, GA
Grantee: Frederick Watson Houston County, GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot No 58 in the 11th Dist. Houston County, GA 67 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphans (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., Ga 1821 LL
Deed from Lawrence Holt to Frederick Watson 1/3 Lot 58/11th p.104
See Db. Bk..F/308 - Woodson Holt to Fredrick Watson 1/3 58/11th(2-3-1834)
Bk..F/309 - Patrick H. Holt to Fredrick Watson 1/3 58/11th(2/3/1834)
Wit: Elizah Butts
Jno. Fulton
James H. Fulton Signed: Lawrence Holt
Wit: Hinant Byrd, J.P.
Recorded: March 7, 1837

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Source: US Census TX - 1920
Blewett Virgil 41 27
7 91
W 38 KY
Dallas County

Bell W 37 KY
Althea D 13 TX

Morgan Susan J 73 KY

[NI02147] Medical: Tuberculosis.

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Elizabeth was a widow when she married James, on May 21, 1838. Shereceived payment from Fran klin Pillow for 50 acres that he had boughtfrom John Fielder during his lifetime. (Campbel l Co. Will Bk. 8,1736-1841, p.209). She asked to be buried beside her first husband, JohnFie lder.

[NI02191] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, T. K. Mar 1855 45 TX 30 45
18 28
TX Denton

Dellas W Feb 1857 43 MO
Blanche D Mar 1884 16 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, J. K. 42 42
7 53
W 62 TX
Dallas County

Della W 61 MO
Blanche D 35 TX

[NI02205]

Source of information on Marvin Lee Blewett was provided by Wilma Lois
(Blewett) Machen.

Source: Social Security Death Records. Automated Archives. 1993 AutomatedArchives, Inc.

[NI02209]

Elizabeth may have married John Hampton

[NI02226] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, C. H. Dec 1856 43 TX 27 130
12 47
TX Dallas

Mattie W Sep 1856 44 AL
John S Apr 1881 18 TX
Jonnie D Jan 1886 14 TX
Jessie D Dec 1887 12 TX
Lara D Jun 1896 3 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Chapman 53
TX Dallas

Mattie W 32 AL
Laura D 13 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, Chapman H. 63 TX 45 84
2 7
W Dallas County

Mattie F. W 62 AL

[NI02231] Burial: New Hope Cemetery, Meeker Lincoln Co. OK

Census: 1880, US Census Kentucky - 15 YOWM

Census 2: Jun 1900, US Census OK - Lincoln Co. 36 YOWM Single

Census 3: May 1910, US Census OK - Lincoln Co 46 YOWM Married

Census 4: 05 Jan 1920, US Census KY - Boyle County Junction City 56 YOWM Married

Children: None - 2 step sons

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Source of information on William Benjamin Blewett II family was providedby Barbara Mellinger.

[NI02265]

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1885
By: Marilyn Davis Barefield
Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., Easly, SC, 1983

p.138; Mitchell Field Cemetery; Located in the West Bend Community

Turner, Lewis W., son of Belovid Love & Harriet K. Turner, d. 29 Jul1844, aged 1 yr. 6 mos . 1 day.

[NI02270] Medical: Killed by a Train.

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Joe W (N) May 1858 TX 30 46
10 47
TX Denton

Lavenia W Jul 1858 42 KY
Virgil S Jan 1886 14 TX
Harris S Feb 1888 12 TX
Charles H S Aug 1892 7 TX
Authur C S Aug 1894 5 TX
Alvin S Dec 1897 2 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, John 52
TX Bexar County San Antonio

Lavina W 52 KY
Virgil S 23 TX
Harry S 22 TX
Charles S 17 TX
Authur S 15 TX
Alvin A S 12 TX

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[NI02300]

Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p.106, Cicero Holt, 3/5/1830:1/3/1831, p.95 Clarke WB "B" (1822-1842)
Wife and ch. Exrs: Charles Dougherty, Richard D. Moore, Pulaski Holt.

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[NI02303] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Georgia A Aug 1847 KY 28 145
20 4
TX Dallas

Sallie D Nov 1873 26 TX
C. Marion S Oct 1883 16 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Georgia A 62 KY 71 141
36
TX Dallas

Sallie D 35 TX
James M D 26 TX
Martha D 32 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, Georgia 43 57
17 78
W 72 KY
Dallas County

James M. S 35 TX
Dollie DL 26 TX
Margaret GD 6 TX
Sallie D 40 TX

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Source: First Hundred and Ten Years of Houston County, GA; 1822-1932
Published by: Bookcrafters, Inc., 1983, Chelsea, MI

p.83 Houston Female College; Preparatory Class

Name Residence Parent or Guardian
Eugenia C. Holt Perry Fowler Holt, M.D.


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[NI02314] Medical: May have died of Tuberculosis.

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, W. B. Apr 1870 30 TX 26 100
8 39
TX Dallas

Nora W Aug 24 MO
Dorris D Oct 1 TX
Mary A M Jul 49 KY

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Source: Abstracts of Georgia Wills, Vol I
By: Jeannette Holland Austin

p.30, Mary G. Ross, 1/1845:1/1846, p.113 Bibb WB "A" (1823-1855)
Dau-in-law: Sarah Ross, wife of my son, Henry G. Ross and her ch.
Sons: Thomas L. Ross; John B. Ross, in tr for son, James L. Ross, and hisch.; Henry G. Ross ; William C. Redding in tr for son, William A. Ross andhis family; John S. Childres in tr fo r son, Benjamin F. Ross and family;John B. Ross in tr for son George W. Ross. Grch: ch of m y son, John B.Ross, Abner F. Holt, tr. for grch. Daus: James P. Holmes of EarlyCounty. in t ru for dau., Maria Warlaw, wife of George B. Warlaw and herch; John B. Ross in tr fo dau., He rriett M. Colquett. Grdau: AntoinettE. Griffin, with Joseph Willet, as tr her Mother, Sara h Griffin, to haveuse of legacy til Antoinett arrives at lawful age or marries. Grdau:John B . Ross, tr for Amaretta Ann Ross.
Exrs: Sons, Henry G. Ross and Thomas L. Ross.
Wits: William W. Chapman, William S. Holt, James M. Jones.
Codicil (p. 116) 10/22/1845:1/12/1846. Should grdau. Antoinett E.Griffin, d. without leavin g a child, her bequest to go to grson, JohnThomas Griffin under like trust.
Wits: J. Horne, J. T. Redding, James M. Jones.

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Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Ed 28
TX Dallas

Josie W 30 KY
Jewel D 3 TX
Althea M D 1/12 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, Edward 41 26
6 92
W 37 KY
Dallas County

Josie W 39 KY
Jewel D 12 TX
Alta D 9 TX
Allen S 7 TX
Edward S 5 TX
Frederick S 3 2/12 TX
Elma D 10/12 TX

Moss Leo 19 KY

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[NI02326]

Source: History of Sumter County, GA
By: Jack F. Cox, In Association with the Sumter Historic PreservationSociety
Published by: Wh Wolfe & Assoc., Roswell, GA, 1983

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[NI02379]

Source of information on Ely Marshall Blewett family was provided byWilma Lois (Blewett) Mach en.

Additional information on Ely Marshall Blewett family was provided by Mr.and Mrs Milton Easly .

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[NI02392] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
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[NI02406]

Served in the Columbus Guards mustered into service 1 Jan 1836 for 8months service as 3rd Lie utenant in the Creek War.

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Holt, Hines (1805-1865) Born near Milledgeville, GA, April 27, 1805. USRepresentative from G eorgia at-large, 1841; member of Georgia statesenate, 1859; Representative from Georgia in th e Confederate Congress,1862-63; delegate to Georgia state constitutional convention, 1865. D iedwhile attending state constitutional convention at Milledgeville, GA,November 4, 1865. In terment at Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, GA.

Source: Congressional Biographical Information
Holt, Hines, a Representative from Georgia; born near Milledgeville,Baldwin County, Ga., Apri l 27, 1805; completed preparatory studies; wasgraduated from Franklin College (now the Univer sity of Georgia) at Athensin 1824; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practic e inColumbus, Ga., elected as a Whig to the Twenty-sixth Congress to fill thevacancy caused b y the resignation of Walter T. Colquitt and served from 1February to March 3, 1841; resumed t he pratice of law; member of theState senate in 1859; Member of the House of Representative s of the FirstConfederate Congress 1862-1864; died while attending as a delegate theState con stitutional convention at Milledgeville, Ga., on November 4,1865; interment in Linwood Cemete ry, Columbus, Ga.

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[NI02425] Source: US Census Texas 1920

George (Georgia) A. Blewett 43 57
17 78
W 72 KY

James M S 35 TX
Dollie DL 26 TX
Margaret GD 6 TX
Sallie d 40 TX

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[NI02447]

Killed at Kingston, NC.
Adj. GA, C.S.A.

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Source: The Political Graveyard
Colquitt, Walter Terry (1799-1855) Father of Alfred Holt Colquitt. Bornin GA. Member of Geo rgia state Legislature; state court judge; USRepresentative from Georgia at-large, 1839-40, 1 842-43; US Senator fromGeorgia; 1843-48. Interment at Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, GA. Colqu ittCounty, GA is named for him.

Source: Congressional Biographical Information
Colquitt, Walter Terry, (father of Alfred Holt Colquitt), aRepresentative and a Sentor from G eorgia; born in Halifax County, Va.,December 27, 1799; moved with his parents to Mount Zion , Caroll County,GA; attended the common schools and Princeton College; studied law; wasadmitt ed to the bar in 1820 and commenced practiced in Sparta, HancockCounty, Ga.; moved to Cowpens , Ga.; elected judge of the Chattahoocheecircuit in 1826 and re-elected in 1829; was license d a Methodist preacherin 1827; member, State senate 1834, 1837; elected as a Whig to theTwent y-sixth Congress and served from March 4, 1839 to July 21, 1840,when he resigned; elected a s a Van Buren Democrat to the Twenty-seventhCongress to fill in part vacancies caused by th e resignations of JuliusC. Alford, William C. Dawson, and Eugenius A. Nisbet, and served from edJanuary 3, 1842 to March 3, 1843; elected as a Democrat to the UnitedStates Senate and serv ed from March 4, 1843, until his resignation inFebruary 1848; Chairman, Committee on Distric t of Columbia (Twenty-ninthCongress), Committee on Patents and Patent Office (Twenty-ninthCon gress); member of the Nashville convention in 1850; died in Macon,Ga., May 7, 1855; intermen t in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, GA.

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[NI02456]

Dau of the Tobacco Duke and Sister to Doris Duke.

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p. 46&47 Deed Book G Houston County, GA 1836-1840
Houston County, Georgia 12-8-1835 Deed pg. 104
Grantor: Lawrence Holt
one of the orphans of Thandeus Holt Jones County, GA
Grantee: Frederick Watson Houston County, GA
$100.00 1/3 Lot No 58 in the 11th Dist. Houston County, GA 67 a.
Drawn by: Thadeus Holt's Orphans (9-5-1833) Putnam Co., Ga 1821 LL
Deed from Lawrence Holt to Frederick Watson 1/3 Lot 58/11th p.104
See Db. Bk..F/308 - Woodson Holt to Fredrick Watson 1/3 58/11th(2-3-1834)
Bk..F/309 - Patrick H. Holt to Fredrick Watson 1/3 58/11th (2/3/1834)
Wit: Elizah Butts
Jno. Fulton
James H. Fulton Signed: Lawrence Holt
Wit: Hinant Byrd, J.P.
Recorded: March 7, 1837

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Burial: Body shipped to Meeker OK

Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Coronary thrombosis

Census: 1880, Kentucky - 12 YOF

Census 2: 1920, US Census MO in Centerview Twsp Johnson Co Mo

Census 3: 1900, US Census OK - listed with brother James

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[NI02481] Source: US Census TX - 1920
Blewett, Dollie 43 57
17 80
W 26 TX
Dallas County

Enumerated w/ George (Georgia) A. Blewett
Dau-in-Law

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According to the will of her mother she was living in Texas in 1905. Per
Everitt/Everitt Family

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In 1907, Lucy and Newman, moved to Dallas, where he worked as acarpenter. In the late 20's o r early 30's, they built a brick home on afive acre tract on Midway Road in Dallas, and alte r an adjoining home wasbuilt for their daughter Clora Mabel and her husband. Lucy and Newman were members of Lemmon Avenue Baptish Church.

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Source: History of Upson County, GA
Author: Nottingham, Carolyn (Walker). Hannah, Evelyn
Publication: J. W. Burke Co., Macon, GA, c 1930, reprinted 1982

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Source: Talbot County Muster Roll
Co A, 4th Regiment
GA Volunteer Infantry - The Southern Rifles

Private 26 Apr 1861. Appears on roll for 31 Dec 1862. Transfered toSignal Corps in 1862. N o later record. Died in Texas in 1890. Born ca.1844 Talbot County, the son of William & Fra ncis Cox Holt.

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1900 Census, Boston, Thomas County, Georgia
Virginia H. Adams Foy - Mother of how many children 13; Number of these
living 9.

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Source: Social Security Death Records. Automated Archives, Inc, 1992
Automated Archives, Inc.

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CHR PLAC Obituary, Mobile Press Register
BURI PLAC Governor George C. Wallace sent sympathy letter
ENDL PLAC Natural born
SLGC PLAC 419-03-5844

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Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

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She is listed in her mother's will as Fairfax Johnson of Newton (Baker
Co.). Her husband was a lawyer and was executor of her mother's will.
Per Everitt/Everitt Family

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Lived in Barwick, Brooks County, Georgia at the time or her fathers death
in1911. Source: Obit of Frank A. Monroe
1900 Census: Had 10 Children, 10 living

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He was born near Durham, North Carolina on December 23, 1856 toWashington Duke and his secon d wife, Artelia Roney Duke. James B. Dukereceived an intermittent education in local academie s. Later he brieflyattended the New Garden School in Greensboro, NC (now Guilford College)an d the Eastman Business College in Poughkeepsie, New York.
His primary education, however, was in the family's business -- firstfarming, then the hand m anufacture and "drumming" (marketing) of tobaccoproducts, and finally, the mass production an d mass marketing ofcigarettes. At the age of twenty-eight, Buck, as he was called, opened abr anch of the family's factory in New York City, which within five yearswas furnishing half th e country's total production of cigarettes. After a"tobacco war" among the five principal man ufacturers, Duke emerged as thepresident of the American Tobacco Company, which within a deca de became amultinational corporation. Through numerous foreign and domesticcombinations, Duk e interests controlled the manufacture of a variety oftobacco products until the United State s Supreme Court in 1911 orderedthe dissolution of the tobacco trust as a combination in restr aint oftrade.
Duke's older brother, Benjamin Newton, had launched the family into thetextile business as ea rly as 1892. As their textile interests developed,the need for economical water power led th e Dukes into the hydroelectricgenerating business. In 1905, they founded the Southern Power C ompany,now known as Duke Power. Within two decades, this company was supplyingelectricity t o more than 300 cotton mills and various other factories,electric lines, and cities and town s primarily in the Piedmont region ofNorth and South Carolina.
Lifelong Methodists, the two brothers practiced the kind of financialstewardship encouraged b y their church and instilled in them by theirfather. Ardent Republicans and sympathetic to th e downtrodden, the Dukes,individually and collectively, gave to a number of causes. In Decemb er,1924, James B., who was by far the wealthiest member of the family,established The Duke En dowment as a permanent trust fund with designatedbeneficiaries. In so doing, he was followin g the family's long-standingpatterns of philanthropy. In 1892, Washington Duke had helped aMe thodist-related institution, Trinity College, relocate to Durham, andsince 1887 Ben had bee n a member of the school's Board of Trustees. A newuniversity built around Trinity was to b e the prime beneficiary of theDuke Endowment, and at the insistence of Trinity President Will iamPreston Few, the college was rechartered as Duke University in honor ofWashington Duke an d his family.
Duke limited his philanthropy to the areas served by the power company.In addition to Duke Un iveristy, he designated annual income to bedistributed to non-profit hospitals and child car e institutions forblacks and whites in the Carolinas, to rural Methodist churches andretire d Methodist preachers in North Carolina, and to three otherinstitutions of higher education : Furman University (Greenville, SC),Johnson C. Smith University (Charlotte, NC), and Davidso n College(Davidson, NC). One of the largest foundations in the United States, theDuke Endowme nt, with offices in Charlotte, North Carolina, has nowdistributed more than one billion dolla rs to its beneficiaries.
After a brief marriage than ended in divorce, James B. Duke married awidow from Atlanta, Nana line Holt Inman, in 1907. One daughter, Doris,was born to the couple. James B. Duke died in N ew York City on October10, 1925, and is interred with his father and brother in the MemorialC hapel on the campus of Duke University.
(c) 1989, 1995 . William E. King, University Archivist

[NI02713]

aka: Poor Little Rich Girl

[NI02714]

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Joe L. Apr 1875 25 TX
TX Denton

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Joseph L 34
TX Dallas

Minnie W 31
Gladys D 6
Joseph F S 7/12

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett Joe L. 41 29
14 69
W 43 TX
Dallas County

Minnie W 40 TX
Gladys D 16 TX
Floyd S 10 TX

[NI02723]

Ellis Fischel St. Cancer Hospital
.

[NI02724]

1900 Census of Thomas County, Georgia
Metcalfe District
Physician
Age 40, Born Apr 1860
Seven Children, Four living

Mrs. Sarah Johnson knew Dr. Monroe. She lives in Metcalf and has
prescriptions that he wrote. He delivered a sister and brother of hers.
Her brother is named after him.

One of his daughters married a Stringer.

[NI02730]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02736]

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Waldo B Feb 1877 23 TX 114 134
231
TX Wise

Leona W Nov 1876 24 MO
Gray Margie ML KY

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Waldo B 33 TX
TX Denton

Levona L W 34 MO
Henry W S 8 TX
Willie E S 6 TX
Mary M D 4 TX

Grant Mary R ML 63 KY

[NI02747]

Isaac Brinson, was a Revolutionary Soldier, serving in the North Carolina
militia from Wilmington District; also was paid for supplies furnished
by him to the North Carolina Continental Line (see N.C. Archives
"Revolutionary War Accounts", Vol. V, p.26, folio 4).

[NI02761]

Sarah Ann Kornegay, b. ca 1844, Thomas Co., Ga. Whe was living with
Mrs. Elizabeth (Kornegay) Stow in the 1850 census. Sarah Ann married
15 Sept. 1859, Thomas Co., to Thomas I. Munroe, b. ca 1836, Thomas Co.,
son of Malcolm and Susan (Adams) Munroe. In Nov. 1859 Thomas J.
Munroesigned for the receipt of $441.00 in the settlement of the estate
of Aaron Everitt who died in 1838. His statement says "as share and
legacy of my wife Sarah Ann Munroe, formerly Kornegay, dau. of Sarah
Ann Kornegay, dau. of Aaron Everitt. Sarah, dau. departed this life 13
years ago, leaving my wife and E. A. Kornegay." Ref: Everitt/Everitt
Family.

[NI02780]

Only lived a few days.

[NI02782]

Source: Our Ancestors
Compiled by: Chaste Alberta Malone
Published Dec 1953, Atlanta, GA

Both Boswell and Vartus Mary died in Morgan Co., in 1819 from poison intheir drinking water.

[NI02792] Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Edgar 25
TX Tarrant

Ora W 25
Wilma D 4
Elizabeth D 3

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, Edgar 153 87
13 33
W 38 TX
Tarrant County

Ora C W 36 TX
Wilma D 14 TX
Eliza D 13 TX

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 453-09-5288

[NI02819]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02823]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02826]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02827]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02828]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02829]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02830]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02831]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02833]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02836] Source: US Census TX - 1920
Blewett, Emerson 49 55
3 5
W 29 TX
Denton County

Beatrice W 24 TX
Emerson, JR S 3 11/12 TX
Lucile D 6/12 TX

[NI02841]

Isaac Hill, III was one of the original founders of Auburn University,then known as East Alab ama Mens College in 1857. His name appears on thecharter minute meetings where he also serve d as Treasurer.

[NI02845]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02848] WWI Civilian Draft Registrations - Richard Ewing Andrews b. 4 Apr 1873 - Weld # 2 Colorado - brother lives Warren County, KY.
According to other records DOB is incorrect on the WWI Draft Registration.
.

[NI02849]

Died while persuing studies in College.

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Publishe by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI02895]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI02896]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02900]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02913]

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02916]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02918]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02920]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02921]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02923]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02924]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02930]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02934]

Picture of Tombstone owned by Mickey Barnes
Emma was engaged to a man named MCIntyre who died in the Civil
War before she met Daniel S. Monroe.

[NI02939]

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning
Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02940]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02942]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02943]

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning

[NI02944]

Source: Roots Web's World Connect Project: Families of Steven M. Manning

[NI02947]

Morris was married, wife unknown, had one child, name not known.
He may have died about 1810, place unknown.

Source: North Carolina Census, 1800

Bluwit, Morris Anson, Co NC 202 00300-02010-00

[NI02948]

SLGC PLAC 712-01-3785

[NI02949]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI02960]

SLGS PLAC IGI, Georgia, Page 7265.

[NI02972]

Aunt Teadie, No Children, He worked for Humble. Mary Emma Monroe
Smith said that Aunt Teadie was always stiring up trouble among her
brothers and it got out of hand.

[NI02987]

Source: Automated Archives, Inc., (CD-ROM) shows the spelling of JohnBosworth last name as BA YSWORTH and BAYWORTH.

[NI02996]

Died

[NI03014]

SLGC PLAC 547-38-9196

[NI03020]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI03023]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI03033]

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI03046]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

Source: The Political Graveyard
Colquitt, Alfred Holt (1824-1894) Son of Walter Terry Colquitt. Born inMonroe, GA, April 20 , 1824. US Representative from Georgia 2nd District,1853-55; member of Georgia state legisla ture, 1859; delegate to Georgiasecession convention, 1861; general in the Confederate Army du ring theCivil War; Governor of Georgia, 1877-82; US Senator from Georgia,1883-94. Died in Wa shington, DC, March 26, 1894. Interment at Rose HillCemetery, Macon, GA.

Source: Congressional Biographical Information
Colquitt, Alfred Holt, (son of Walter Terry Colquitt), a Representativeand a Sentor from Geor gia; born in Monroe, Walton County, Ga., April 20,1824; attended school in Monroe and a gradu ate of Princeton College in1844; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1846 and commencedpr acticed in Monroe, Ga.; served as a staff officer with the rank ofmajor during the Mexican Wa r; elected to the Thirty-third Congress (march4, 1853-March 3, 1855); was not a candidate fo r renomination in 1854;member, State house of representatives 1859; member of the Statesecess ion convention in 1861; entered the Confederate Army and servedthroughout the Civil War, atta ining the rank of Major General; Governorof Georgia 1876-1880; re-elected under a new constit ution for two years;elected as a Democrat to the Untied States Senate in 1883; re-elected in1 888 and served from March 4, 1883, until his death in Washington, D.C.,March 26, 1894; chairm an, Committee on Post Office and Post Roads(Fifty-third Congress); interment in Rose Hill Cem etery, Macon, BibbCounty, GA.

[NI03048]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI03049]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI03050]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI03053]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families

[NI03054]

Died in a Motorcycle accident on Chalk Hill, Highway 80, near Dallas,Dallas County, TX.

[NI03082]

Died as baby

[NI03095]

1850 Slave Schedule: Owned 14 Slaves

Census of 1850, Thomas County, Georgia
Daniel Kornegay 39 Value of Real Estate $2,450
Thomas Kornegay 15
Augustus Kornegay 13
1850 Slave Schedule: Owned 14 Slaves
Newspaper article from the Elizabeth F. Hopkins Collection, LDS Film
#0164471
Article dated March 4, 1856: February 28, 1856; Daniel Kornega burned
to death in lint room of gin house on plantation of Thomas Adams, Jr.
Friction of wooden rollers that seperate lint from seed of Sea Island
cotton. Widower: 1 son and 1 daughter. Highly respected citizen of
County.

[NI03107]

No information is known after March 1856 when John S. Ferrell was
appointed her guardian.

No information is known by the comnpiler after March 1856 when John S.
Ferrell was appointed her guardian. Ref: Everitt/Everitt Family

[NI03144]

Gustave ?
Augustus?
Gus?
Son of Daniel Kornegay and Sarah Ann Everett who married Jan 7,1830?
Confederate Army Records: Co. A, 3rd Battalion Florida Calvary, Private.
Enlisted at Monticello, Florida for 3 years. Pay records for Jan & Feb
1863.

[NI03152]

Source: Our Ancestors
Compiled by: Chaste Alberta Malone
Dec 1953, Altanta, GA

Henry Rogers was Sheriff in Greene County, GA
He was the guardian of Achsah Turner, daughter of Boswell Turner and hiswife Vertuous Mary Lo ve. At sixteen she married William Daugherty whoafterwards became the guardian of Friend Ovi d Rodgers whom she had nursedas an infant while she lived in the home of Henry Rogers. The l ast childof Henry Rogers was named for this husband for this husband of his wardAchsah Turner .

[NI03168]

1880 Census, Coryell County, Texas
Kornegay, Thomas, 21, Laborer, Farmer, Georgia/Georgia/Georgia
Living in the same house as:
Johnson, Julia, 56, Keeping House, Louisiana/S. Carolina/S. Corolina
Johnson, Haney, 20, Daughter, TX/N.C./LA
Johnson, Samuel, 14, Son, Farmer, TX/N.C./LA
Dwelling #300, Family #303

[NI03220]

William Ed Autry taught music in many area schools. His daughters playedthe piano (by ear) a t local churches with her dad.

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03223]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03226]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03227]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03228]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03230]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03232]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03238]

John was a native of Warren County, KY., he came to Texas in 1913. Hebegan working at the Mu rray Cotton Gin Co. in Dallas a year later at theage of 14. John remained with the company un til retiring in 1951 as anengineer. During his career he designed equipment and supervised t heinstallation of cotton gin plants at locations across the county.

[NI03242]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03244]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03250]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03253]

Killed in War in France, N.G. Co 28th Inft.

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03254]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03257]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03259]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03261]

Source: Decatur County, GA; Past and Present
Compiled by: Decatur County Historical Society, 1991
Published by: Wh Wolfe Assoc.

Marriage: Decatur County, GA Marriage Book A, page 195

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03263]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03265]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03268]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03270]

Twin of Penny Ann.

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03271]

Twin of Mary Ann.

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03272]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03273]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03274]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03276]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03277]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03278]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03287]

Source: Decatur County, GA; Past and Present
Compiled by: Decatur County Historical Society, 1991
Published by: Wh Wolfe Assoc.

[NI03289]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03298]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03299]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03310]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03312]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03315]

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03318]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03319]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03320]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03321]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NI03346]

Mary Ann was first married of a Mr. Swift (first name unknown), they hadtwo children: Willia m A. Swift who m. Susan A.; and Julian Ann Swift whom. George Bamburg, 12 Oct 1836, Carroll C ounty, MS. Mary Ann married athird time to a Robert Smith.

[NI03379]

May have been born in Gwinnett County per Mary Virginia Harris Peterson
1880 in Weimer, Texas

[NI03391]

Source of information on Beulah Florence "Boots" Blewett family wasprovided by Wilma Lois (Bl ewett) Machen.

Additional information obtained by grave markers.

[NI03406]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI03444]

Full Name: Benjamin Frederick August Cesar Dashiell

[NI03448] Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 454-03-0636

[NI03453]

Never Married
Telegrapher
Information from Virginia Peterson

[NI03466]

Never Married
Mansfield College Institute, Mansfield, Louisiana
School Teacher
Born and died on Easter Sunday
Information from Virginia Peterson

[NI03478]

Married by Rev. Dr. Adams per Mary Virginia Harris Peterson

[NI03502]

Methodist Preacher, then Oil found on his place and he took care of his
money. Raised registered Cattle.

[NI03594] The Will of Cornelias Turner, 1790-1830, VA Census Index, 1810-1830, Warren County, KY Census, Marriage Records, Deed Records.
.

[NI03595] The Will of Cornelias Turner, 1790-1830, VA Census Index, 1810-1830, Warren County, KY Census, Marriage Records, Deed Records.
.

[NI03599] The Will of Cornelias Turner, 1790-1830, VA Census Index, 1810-1830, Warren County, KY Census, Marriage Records, Deed Records.
.

[NI03622] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI03623] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
..

[NI03624] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI03628] Andrew Turner was born on 5 April 1762 at Rowan County, North Carolina.1 He was the son of John Turner and Rebecca Smith.1 Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Andrew died in August 1842 at Illinois, at age 80. His death date is given by his widow in the Revolutionary War Pension file as both 28 August 1840 and 8 August 8 1842.

Delma Donaldson, "Family Group Sheet".

"International Genealogical Index.

"Rootweb.com", online http://www.rootsweb.com, message written by Darcey Slaughter on 30 January 2000, citing Madison Co., Kentucky Will Book B page 7-8.

Virgil D. White, Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, Volume III, page 3556.
.

[NI03629] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI03630] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI03631]

Death PLAC KIA Metz, France. Western Union Wire from US Army, Adj Gen.
during WWII September 6, 1944, near Metz at French and German Border, with
Patton's Forces, 83rd Reconnaisance, Third Army.

[NI03638]

Moved to Brown County when he was 3 years old.
Four years as Brown County Commissioner
1918 served four years as deputy sheriff
Elected Sheriff in 1922
Chief of Police in Brownwood in 1930 serving 6 years

[NI03711]

She died on the was home from New Orleans.

[NI03718]

Michael, in 1776 served in the Jerseys in Capt. Barnard Zimmerman'scompany, Col Mathias Sloug h's regiment.
The Nationa Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol 51,page 165
.

[NI03724]

Source: Amarillo Globe News, Obituary Column, Thursday, August 3, 1995.

[NI03726]

John served as private in Capt. James Quarles' company, 2nd Virginiaregiment, and was at Vall ey Forge.

[NI03748]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03751]

Died in Infancy.
This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03754]

Died during the War between the States.

[NI03756]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03759]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03760]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03762]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03763]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03764]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03765]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03766]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03770]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03772]

This information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI03774]

Lived in Dunn County, Arkansas

[NI03779]

George Shaffer was on Corregidor and in the Bataan Death Marth and diedin a
Japanese Concentration Camp.

[NI03797]

Twin of William Bibb Rogers.

[NI03799]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett Charles 1 28 228
33 3
KY Bowling Green Warren County
Son of C. E. Blewett

[NI03801]

!Paul Shaffer served in WWII and was killed at Iwo Jima.

[NI03802]

Twin of Harry Brown Rogers

[NI03823]

Source: In Remembrance
By: Moss Chapel - Dunedin
23 Sep 1969

Born: 6 Oct 1884
Webster County, GA

Died: 21 Sep 1969
Dunedin, FL

Service at Moss Chapel - Dunedin
11:30 A.M. 23 Sep 1969

[NI03832]

Died of Yellow Fever, in New Orleans, LA.
Never Married.

[NI03842]

Died in LA buried Robartus Sparks 'at Napoleon.

[NI03843]

Killed in a Cotton Gin.

[NI03845]

Died while at Thomas Hardeman's in Vineville, GA

[NI03846]

She was a widow.

[NI03863]

Killed in the Battle of Atlanta in Confederate Army.

[NI03864]

Fought a duel.

[NI03866]

Died while a Cadet.

[NI03871]

Died a LT, C.S.A. after the War between the States.

Twin of Gale Whitfield Sparks.

[NI03873]

A twin of Abner Green Sparks.

[NI03876]

Died in prison after capture by Yankees on his place. Was not permittedto see his brother.

[NI03877]

Very beautiful girl. Died of Tuberculosis and buried at Talladega, AL.

[NI03883]

Died a Baby.

[NI03885]

Died a Baby.

[NI03888]

Died a Baby.

[NI03907]

Twin of Tamar Sparks.

[NI03908]

Twin of Laura Sparks

[NI03915]

General in C.S.A.

[NI03923]

John Thomas Hardeman was a graduated of Emory College, Athens, GA. 1845.Was admitted to the b ar in Clinton, Jones County, GA. April 20, 1847,having studied law under his uncle, Judge Rob ert Vines Hardeman.
He became a Cotton Commission Merchant in Macon, GA under the name ofHardeman and Sparks.
Represented Bibb Co. in the House of Representatives in 1853-1858.
Speaker of the House in 1863-1866.
Elected to the Senate 1855 of Georgia.
United States Congress in 1860-61 and 1882-3 from the State at large.
Captain of Floyd Rifles in 1856.
Major of Second GA Battalion C.S.A.
Colonel of 45 GA Regiment C.S.A.
Adjutant General of Staff of General G. W. Smith.
President of GA State Agricultural Fair 1876-1883.
Grand Commander Knights Templars #187.
Grand Chancellor Knights Pythais #187.
Chairman State Demoratic Executive Committee 1872-1875.

[NI03930]

Robert Ulla Jemison Hardeman was clerk in office of Comptroller Generalof the State of Georgi a.
Treasurer of State of Georgia for 12 years.

[NI03933]

Margaret Sue Hines was the son of Mrs. Hines and the half sister to Lee
Lipes. She had a son Jack Matthew and two daughters. Mamie and Leige
left all their money to them.

[NI03940]

Mayor of Macon, Bibb County, GA.
Proprietor of Hotel Lanier in Macon.

[NI03941]

Major Spain was a Lieutenant in the Palmetto Regiment in the Mexican War.

[NI03959]

He and Miss Ruby went together from their 20's until he died and never
married.
John and Miss Ruby both worked in the County Courthouse.

[NI03960]

John Lunsden Hardeman was graduated from Univ. of GA Athens Aug 1871.
Solicitor General of Macon Court 1880-1888.
Elected to GA House of Representative 1889.
Appointed Judge of Superior Court, April 27, 1894.
Elected to Legislature for four years.
Captain of the Floyd Rifles for 16 years.

[NI03966]

IGI Alabama, Page 10672.

[NI03984]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI03985]

David Boswell was brought up as a ward of Matthew Whitfield from whom henamed his second daug hter, Lucia Whitfield Turner. He married andestablished his home in LaGrange, GA where all o f his children wereborn. Altho he did not receive all of his rightful estate handled byMatth ew Whitfield who had made a fortune upon the capital, he acceptedwhat was turned over to hi m without any action against his guardian whomhe loved.
After the War Between the States was over, his widow Mary Lewis Turnermoved with her childre n to Atlanta, GA where the family continued toreside until all had died.

[NI03990]

Killed turning a summersault.

[NI03992]

Achsah Turner was brought up in the home of Henry Rogers, her guardian,who had married Allelu jah Love the sister of her mother, after the deathof her father and mother from drinking wate r that had been poisoned byslaves.

[NI03993]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI04005]

Killed by falling from the third floor of the Lanier House Hotel, Macon,GA.

[NI04024]

!Source: US Census Missouri - 1900
Blewett, Mary Feb 1927 73 KY 54 150
17 64
MO Lafayette County

Rose D Oct 1866 33 MO

[NI04056]

Muriel Tooke said that she introduced Duffie and Genevieve to each other
when they were teenagers.

[NI04062]

Gideon F. Blewett was a Major in WWI and a LTC in WWII.

[NI04075]

Daniel was reared by an aunt to whom he was given by his mother who diedwhen he was only eigh teen months old. This aunt cared for him until hewas of age.

[NI04081] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04082] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04083] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04084] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04085] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04086] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04087] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04088] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04089] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04090] Source: Dolores Davis
418 Backbone Dr.
Oakland, MD 21550
.

[NI04111] Kentucky Historical Society, Kentucky Marriage Records, Part I, page 519.

O. L. Thomas, Ancestral Graves in Warren County, Kentucky, page 361C.

"John and Ann Mobley, from the files of Stephen M. Lawson".

Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Marriage Records for Madison County, Kentucky, Volume IV, 1790-1843, page 20.

O. L. Thomas, Ancestral Graves in Warren County, Kentucky, page 361C. The transcriptions for Old Zion General Baptist are on handwritten pages added to the end of the book. Here, her death year is recorded as 10 Aug 1880, at which time she would have been 111 years of age. As her husband was living alone at the time of the 1830 census, and later went to Missouri with her son, this is probably an error, and the year of her death was likely 1830.
.

[NI04120] Audrain County Historical Society, History of Audrain County, Missouri an Update 1936-1986.
.

[NI04140] Andrew Turner witnessed the marriage of Benjamin H. Owings and Levinia M. Turner on 18 March 1828 at Warren County, Kentucky.

Andrew was enumerated as head of a household on the census of 1830 at Kentucky, as "Andrew Turner". His household consisted of one male under 5 years of age, one male of 20 and under 30, one female under 5, and one female of 15 and under 20.

Andrew Turner moved to Audrain County, Missouri from Warren County, Kentucky between 1830 and 1840. He was one of the early settlers of Audrain County.

Andrew Turner signed the marriage bond of an unknown person as surety on 1 December 1836 at Kentucky.

Andrew was enumerated as head of a household on the census of 1840 at Audrain County, Missouri, as "Andrew Turner". His household consisted of one male of 5 and under 10, one male of 10 and under 15, one male of 30 and under 40, one female under 5, one female of 10 and under 15, and one female of 20 and under 30.

Andrew was enumerated as the head of a household on the census of 18 September 1850 at Missouri, as "Andrew Turner", a 48 year old male born in Kentucky. He was a farmer, and the value of his real estate was $4,000.. Enumerated with Andrew were Mary Turner, Alexander John Turner, Charlotte Elizabeth Turner, Benjamin D. Turner, William Henry Turner and James Andrew Turner.

Andrew died on 16 August 1858 at Missouri.11 Andrew was buried at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery, Saling Township, Audrain County, Missouri. His stone is too deeply in the ground to read all of it, but his name and death date are visible there, and his age at death was 57 years and 2 months. His name is also engraved on a family marker next to his grave, with those of his wife Mary, son Benjamin, daughter in law Sarah E., and Henry O.

Andrew Turner left a will at Missouri. Alex Turner was named Executor, and on November 11, 1858, the Audrain County Court examined and approved his bond.

1850 US Census, Audrain County, Missouri, District No. 4, Page 186, Dwelling 462, Family 465, Lines 22-28, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 391.

1830 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, Page 88, National Archives Microfilm M19, roll 42.

Audrain County Historical Society, History of Audrain County, Missouri an Update 1936-1986, pages 144-145, "Mount Pisgah Primitive Baptist Church" by Mrs. Grady Warren.

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds : Andrew Turner witnessed the bond for the marriage between John Turner and Betsy Blewett 17 April 1826. He also witnessed the letter of consent from John Turner for the marriage of Levinia Turner to Benjamin Owings; and was bondsman for Dudley Turner's marriage to Martha Dillon..

Virginia Darcy Slaughter, "Family Group Sheet".

Delma Donaldson, "Family Group Sheet".

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.

O. P. Williams, History of Audrain County, Missouri, page 162.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 39.

1840 US Census, Audrain County, Missouri, Page 4, National Archives Microfilm M704, Roll 200.

Audrain County Area Genealogical Society, "Mt. Pisgah Cemetery, Saling Township", interment list, Audrain County Area Genealogical Society, page 14.

Audrain County Court Records, Audrain County Court in Vacation , "Audrain County Court Nov 11, 1858.
.

[NI04161] Will of John Turner, Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI04162] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI04163] Will of John Turner, Bible Records of Barnett Turner.

Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.
.

[NI04164] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI04166] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI04167] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.
.

[NI04168] Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.
.

[NI04170] Will of John Turner, Bible Records of Barnett Turner.

Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.
.

[NI04171] Will of John Turner.

Andrew Turner, Thomas Turner, Edward Turner, John Turner, Cornelius B. Turner, Anny Turner, Sarah Turner, Charity Turner, William C. Turner, Eleanor Turner, Jane Turner, Catharine Turner, Barnett Turner, James Turner, Phillip Turner, Jesse Turner, Jonathan Turner and Mildred Turner was mentioned as an heir in the will of John Turner on 3 December 1813 at Madison County, Kentucky.

Bible Records of Barnett Turner.
.

[NI04199]

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the AmericanRevolution, Vol 51, p. 165
DAR ID Number: 50364

[NI04210]

Never Married.

Frank was a Professor of Mathematics at GA Tech.

[NI04219] Source: Index to Probate Cases, Dallas County, TX, 1846-1900, Vol 1.
Published by: The Dallas Genealogical Society

C. H. Blewett, Gdn, of Lora A. Harris, minor, Case NO. 2053.

[NI04222]

Never Married.

[NI04230] Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 454-56-5721

Source: US Census Texas 1920
John W. Blewett 45 84
2 97
W 37 TX
Dallas County

Lillie M. W 38 TX
John W. Jr S 1 10/12 TX

Huffines ML 80 KY

[NI04243] Served in WWII, 3 yrs on Guam Island.

[NI04246]

IGI Alabama, Page 9860.

[NI04258]

It is belived that David was married and had one child that may have died
young. It is further belived that he died c. 1818.

[NI04272] Served 4 years in WWII and attained the rank of Major.

[NI04273] Served 4 years in WWII and attained the rank of Major.

[NI04284] Served in WWI France, also, served in WWII attain the rank of Major.

[NI04294] Source: US Census TX - 1920
Blewett LaVenia 45 84
5 47
W 61 KY
Dallas County

Enumerated W/ Virgil F. Blewett
Mother

[NI04295] Source: US Census TX - 1920
Blewett, Virgil F. 45 84
5 47
W 32 TX

LaVenia Mother 61 KY

[NI04297] Served in WWI.

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 449-62-7077

[NI04301] Served in WWI.

[NI04303]

Served in WWI.

[NI04305] Served in WWI.

Death Information from Social Security Death Index.

[NI04329] Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Elizabeth Feb 1830 70 50 51
15 64
KY Logan County

Foster S Jun 1867 32 KY

[NI04334] Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, James L. 26 19 174
21 22
KY Logan County

Mary M W 19 KY
Rocna D 1 KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, James L Dec 1853 46 50 51
16 5
KY Logan

Maggie W Aug 1860 39 KY
Tonie D Nov 1878 21 KY
Oda E D Nov 1883 16 KY
Spencer S Feb 1888 12 KY
Percey S Mar 1899 1 KY

[NI04339] Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Grider Mar 1858 42 50 51
1 60
KY Logan County

Malvina W Oct 1859 32 KY
Barnett S Feb 1881 19 KY
Miner S May 1888 12 KY
George S Oct 1889 10 KY

[NI04348] Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 406-70-7159

[NI04352]

Brother of Dennis Adams.
From Pitt County, North Carolina.
Family moved to Georgia between 1801 and 1805 settling in Tattnall County.
Father moved to Pulaski County in 1818 or before now Bleckley County.Brother Dennis Adams wa s in Pulaski County at same time now Dodge County.
Brother Dennis Adams served in Capt. Tooke's Detachment during War
of 1812.
1820 Census in Pulaski County (Check)
1830 Census in Thomas County
Males:
5/9 - 1
10/14 - 1
15/19 - 1
40/49 - 1
Females:
0/4 - 1
10/14 - 1
40/49 - 1
Slaves Male:
0/9 - 3
10/23 - 3
36/54 - 4
Slaves Female:
0/9 - 5
10/23 - 3
36/54 - 1

1850 Census of Thomas County, Georgia
Thomas Adams 68, Born N.C. Farmer, Value of Real Estate $4,000 or
$9,000 ?
Catherine Adams 65, Born S.C. ?
1850 Slave Schedule: Owned 46 Slaves
HISTORY OF THOMAS COUNTY, GEORGIA
In the issue of Nov. 27, 1858, there appears an account of the death ofThomas Adams, Esq., o ne of the oringinal settlers of Thomas County, Rev.Benjamin Manning preaching the funeral ser mon at the Parramore's Church.

1/29/1804, Tattnall County, Georgia, Nicholas Swilly of Tattnall toThomas Adams, $300 for on e negro girl named Leah.

11/18/1816, Pulaski County, Georgia, Thomas Adams living in Pulaski
County buys slave girl from John Adams of Laurens County, Georgia, Book
D-1, page 142

1/8/1822, Thomas County, Georgia, living in Pulaski County, Georgia;
Sale of 250 acres to William Hall for $500. Book A-1, page 396

12/6/1824, Irwin County, Georgia, living in Irwin County, Georgia; sale
of 1/2 of Lott #34, District 13. Book A-1, page 93

9/15/1825, Thomas County, Georgia; living in Irwin County, Georgia;
power of attorney from Nathan Sandiford of Telfair County. Book A-1,page 27, 28

12/6/1825, Irwin County, Georgia; Sold 1/2 of Lot #34, Dist. 13 to John
Hill Bryan for $31.12 1/2. Book A, page 229, 230

12/6/1825, Irwin County, Georgia; Sold 1/2 of Lot #34, Dist 13 to
Thomas Carlton except for 50 acres. Book A-1, page 69

1/5/1830, Thomas County, Georgia; Purchased Lot #111, Dist. 14, 490
Acres with Thomas Jones, Book A-1, page 265

5/14/1830, Thomas County, Georgia; Purchased Lot #111, Dist. 14, 490
acres with Thomas Jones, Book A-1, page 386

4/5/1831, Thomas County, Georgia; Purchased Lot #110, Dist. 14, 490
Acres with Thomas Jones, Book A-1, page 398, 399

9/14/1844, Thomas County, Georgia; Harmon Adams received $10,000
for his part of the property of Thomas Adams, Book D-2, page 438

5/8/1854, Thomas County, Georgia; Interest in Thomas Adams Estate to
Lucinda Blewett, Book F, page 472

8/5/1856, Thomas County, Georgia; Thomas Adams buys "Atkinson Hotel"
and other property from Sheriff at auction, Book G, page 362, 363, 364

9/1/1857, Thomas County, Georgia; Thomas Adams sells 1/2 interest in
"Atkinson Hotel" to Lewis Davis, Book H, page 386, 387

Brother of Dennis Adams.
From Pitt County, North Carolina.
Family moved to Georgia between 1801 and 1805 settling in Tattnall
County.

[NI04354] Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 407-07-9738

[NI04390] Source: US Census OK - 1920
Blewett, Edward F. 68 260
8 62
W 44 KY
Stephens

Mary E. W 44 TX
Cecil S 15 TX
Bert S 14 TX

[NI04409] Source: Social Security Death Index
SSN: 444-03-9787

[NI04412]

February 1, 1859 Thomas Adams, Jr. bought 3,430 acres, Dist 13, Lot12,Book H, Page 532, Thom as County, Georgia from Malcom & Susan Monroe.

1850 Census: Value of Real Estate $7380.
History of Thomas County, Dec 1920: "that Thomas Adams Jr. wasadministrator of the estate o f Thomas Adams, Sr."
Living with Thomas Adams Jr. in 1850 was Jane Adams 18. Was this hissister?
1850 Slave Schedule: Owned 29 Salves.

1900 Census for Thomas County, Georgia
Born Jan 1818, Seven Children & Seven Living, Farmer
Wife, Georgia Everett Born May 1824, Georgia

He is not in the will of Georgian (Everitt) Adams; therefore, must havedied between the 190 0 census and 1905. They lived in the Boston Districtof Thomas Co., they and many of their de scendants are buried in theBoston Cemetery. Per Everitt/Everitt Family

He fought in three hard won battles, including the one at Brushy Creek,where the Indians mad e their last stand. Bought a plantation on theSevilla river in Thomas County, where he live d the rest of his life,passing away in the year of 1906. He was a county judge. "History of Savannah and South Georgia" by William Harden

February 1, 1859 Thomas Adams, Jr. bought 3,430 acres, Dist 13, Lot12,Book H, Page 532, Thom as County, Georgia from Malcom & Susan Monroe.1850 Census: Value of Real Estate $7380. Histo ry of Thomas County, Dec1920: "that Thomas Adams Jr. was administrator of the estate of Thom asAdams, Sr." Living with Thomas Adams Jr. in 1850 was Jane Adams 18. Wasthis his sister?

[NI04422] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Buck Mar 1867 33 KY 114 134
1 91
TX Wise County

Lelia M W Aug 1875 24
Leola D Sep 1895 4
Mittie D Apr 1898 3
Joseph W L S Jul 1899 6/12

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, J. H. 43 KY
TX Young

Lelia M W 33
Leola D 15
Mattie D 13
Joe S 10
Beatrice D 9
Grace D 7
Zelma D 3
Margaret D 1

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, J. H. 4 8
7 63
W 53 KY
Archer County

Lelia May W 45 TX
Joe S 20 TX
Beatrice D 19 TX
Grace D 17 TX
Zella May D 14 TX
Maggie D 8 TX
G. H. S 7 TX

[NI04426] Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, Lewis T Oct 1871 29 KY 114 134
1 88
TX Wise

Martha W Apr 1876 24 TX
Lilly D Sep 1896 4 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Thomas L. 39 KY 3 21
3
TX Archer

Mattie W 36 UX
Lillia E D 14 TX
T. W S 9 TX
Mamie V D 6 TX

Thomas W F 67 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, Thomas L. 165 179
12 54
W 49 KY
Young County

Mattie W 46 TX
Thomas W S 19 TX
Verna D 15 TX

[NI04447]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 454-03-0635

[NI04450]

US Census 1850: Jasper County, TX
54/55 Fabian Adams, 46, Male, Farmer, $1500, Georgia
Sarah, 38, Female, House Keeping, Georgia
Jeradore, 18, Male, Student, Georgia
Catherine, 13, Female, Georgia
Thomas, 11, Male, Georgia
Abel, 8, Male, Georgia
Irvine, 4, Male, Georgia
Blackshur, 2, Male, Georgia
* Fabian Adams - Sarah Hurst m. 27 Dec 1829, Thomas County, GA!

Justice of the Inferior Court 1837-1841, Thomas County, Georgia
Member of the House of Representatives of the State Legislature 1842

1860 Census: Jasper County, Texas; Newton P.O.; Family #399
Fabian Adams, 55, Farmer; Real Estate $13,000; Personal Property
$26,500; GA
Sarah Adams, 47, GA
Thomas Adams, 20, GA
Casy Adams, 21, AL
Abel Adams, 19, GA
Charles Adams, 14, GA
Blackshear Adams, 12, GA
Catherine Allen, 23, F, Ga
Frances Allen, 3, F, TX
William Allen, 1, M, TX

1870 Census: Newton County, Texas
Fabian Adams, 66, Farmer, Real Estate $1800; Personal Property $600; GA
Sarah Adams, 60, Keeping House, GA
Blackshear Adams, 30, Farmer, Real Estate $260
Mary Adams, 24, Keeping House, GA
Angelina Adams, 2, TX
Catherine Adams, 1/12, TX, May
Charles I. Adams, 25, Farmer, Real Estate $260; Personal Property $600; GA
Louisa Adams, 24, Keeping House, GA
William Adams, 2, TX
Charles Adams, 1, TX; Real Estate $260, Personal Property $600; TX

[NI04467]

1860 Census: Jasper County, Texas; Newton P.O.; Family #382

Ballard Adams, 37, Farmer; Real Estate $10,000; Personal Property$16,500; GA
Nancy Adams, 39, GA
Included in household was James Nobles, 64, Overseer, Real Estate $1,280;Personal Property $0 , S.C.

1870 Census: Jasper County, Texas
Nancy Adams, 48, Keeping House, Value of Real Estate $2,000; PersonalProperty $1,000; GA
Augustus F. Adams, 25, Farmer, GA
John Adams, 24, Farm Laborer, GA
Abel Adams, 19, Farm Laborer, TX
Benjamin Adams, 17, Farm Laborer, TX
Catherine Adams, 16, TX
Nancy Adams, 14, TX
Thomas Adams, 10, TX

He served in Civil War on the Confederate side with Co. E First Texas
Legion, and died in a prison camp. He was captured at Howell's Ferry,
Cobb County, Georgia on 23 July 1864 and was sent to Camp Chase prison
(near Columbus, Ohio) where he died a few weeks later. His grave is
#256, the 19th in row 4.

[NI04485]

US Census 1850: Jasper County, TX
66/67 Abel Adams, 42, Male, Farmer, $7000, Georgia
Elizabeth, 36, Female, House Keeping, Georgia
Samuel S., 15, Male, Georgia
Nancy, 13, Female, Georgia
Adam, 10, Female, Georgia
John Thomas, 8, Male, Georgia
William J. B., 6, Male, Georgia
Redin Fabian, 3, Male, Georgia
Abel, 3/12, Male, Texas
James Nobels, 45, Male, Carolina
* Abel Adams - Elizabeth Parramore m. 22 Feb 1830, Thomas County, GA

Moved from Thomas County, Georgia to Jasper County, Texas in 1848.

1860 Census: Jasper County, Texas; Newton P.O.; Family #233
A. Adams, 52 Farmer, Real Estate $22,620; Personal Property $24,000 GA
Elizabeth Adams, 41; GA
John Adams, 18; GA
William Adams, 15; GA
Riddin Adams, 13; GA
Abel Adams, 11; TX
Sarah Adams, 8; TX
Susan Adams, 5; TX

1870 Census: Jasper County, Texas
Abel Adams, 61, Farmer, Real Estate $1,513; Personal Property $2,890; GA
Elizabeth Adams, 56, Keeping House, GA
William Adams, 25, Farmer, Real Estate $505; Personal Property $210; GA
Matilda Adams, 24, Keeping House, TX
Reddin Adams, 22, Stock Driver, Real Estate $1,500; Personal Property$250; GA
Abel Adams Jr., 20, Stock Driver, Real Estate $320; Personal Property$250; TX
Susan Adams, 15, Real Estate $675; Personal Property $150, TX
John Adams, 2, TX
James Nobles, 80, South Carolina (Listed in 1860 Census in household of
Ballard Adams)

[NI04489]

Source: Social Security Death Index
SSN: 400-03-2724

[NI04503] 1840 US Census, Murray County, GA:
William Ellard; 4 males under 5; 1 5/10; 1 30/40; 1 female uder 5, 25/10; /
20/30, 1 30/40.

1850 US Census, Murray County, GA: page , 63rd Sub November 11 & 12, 1850
William Ellard, 46, farmer, SC; Elender, 40, TN; Jeptha, 12, GA; Hannah,16,
GA; James M., 7, GA.

1860 US Census, Murray County, GA July 1860
William Ellard, 52, farmer, 2000, 300, NC; Ellen, 50, TN; James, 17 Farm
Laborer, GA.

Marriage Record on file in Murray County Court House, GA.

Census: 1820 Place: Pendleton Dist. SC
Census: 1830 Place: Jefferson Co. AL
Land: 10 Jan 1833 Place: Deeds Bk 4, pg 310, William Ellard to William Turner
Land: 1835 Place: Bk 5, pg 471
Census: 1840 Place: Jefferson Co. AL
Land: 1 Mar 1849 Place: Bk 10 pg 170 William Ellard & wife Margaret to John Ellard
Census: 12 Dec 1850 Place: Jefferson Co. AL
Land: 10 Feb 1855 Place: Bk 12 pg 632, William Ellard & wife Margaret to John Ellard
Land: 1860 Place: Rockville Twp. 17, Range 2W, Page 348, Nos 646, 652
Census: 1860 Place: Jefferson Co. AL
Census: 30 Jul 1870 Place: Jefferson Co. AL (living w/son John)
.

[NI04544]

Roster of the Confederate Soliders of Georgia; 1861-1865

James Monroe Ellerd served in the Confederate States Army 1861-1964,Company C, 11th Regiment , Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Private. July 3,1861, wounded in left arm necessitating amputa tion above the elbow. Thiswas done at the 2nd Manassas, VA, August 30, 1862. He was capture d atTilton, GA, 14 May 1864. He was paroled at Camp Marton, IN, andforwarded to Point Lookou t, MD, 10 March 1965. He was then received atJames River, VA, for exchange, 23 March 1865. H e is described as 5'7"tall, fair complexion, blue eyes and light hair.

Conflicting information on where he is burried:

Murry County Heritage Book
Copyright 1987

Shows James Monroe Ellard buried in the Confederate Cemetery at LaGrange,GA. Row 4 18th Grav e from East. Grave Marker: Pvt James M. Ellerd, CoK., 68th Tenn CSA. However, after personn aly checking this out 21 May1995, this can not be true for the Grave is plainly marked J. M . Feller,Co. K., 68th Tenn,
CSA. So the grave at Leatherwood Baptist Church Cemetery in Banks Countymust be the correc t grave.

[NI04553] Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 467-28-8432

[NI04562]

Source: Judge R. C. Bell
P.O. Box 418
Thomasville, Thomas County, GA

Source: History of Stewart County, GA "Bible Records"
p.456
Bible records of Willam Bell
Owned by Mrs K. D. Alexander, Hollandale, MS

William Bell and Olive Weaver were joined in the holy state of matrimonythe
6th day of September in 1828.

William Bell and Priscilla R. McBride m. Dec. 9, 1830.

William Bell and Susan Thomas Daniel were m. 28 Jun 1837 by Rev. James S.
Lunsford.

[NI04574]

!Medical: Died of Tuberculosis,

[NI04576] Served in WWI in England and France.

Source: US Census Records OK 1920
James L. Blewett 17 266
14 35
W 24 TX
Cotton Co

Sarah D. W 19 TX

[NI04581] She was Electrocuted.

[NI04586] Granger S. Served during WWII in the Medical Corp, 3.5 years, overseas 2yrs and 3 months, ser ving in England, Ireland, France and Germany. He was awarded two bronze stars, a good conduct ribbon, a E.T.O. and serviceribbons.

[NI04593] Served in WWII in England and France. Wounded in shoulder by a piece of Shrapnel.

[NI04616]

!Served in WWI.

[NI04617] Served in WWI and WWII.

[NI04629] Served in WWII as a Corporal.

[NI04635]

It is believe that Susan and Merit had 3 daughters and one son. Nofurther
information has been found.

[NI04646]

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, William L Sep 1864 35 KY 24 26
128
TX Cooke County

Sallie W Oct 1872 27 MS

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, W. L. 34 37
6 96
W 55 KY
Cooke County

Nettie W 28 TX

[NI04652] John and Betsy Ann Blewett obtained a marriage bond in April 1826 at Warren County, Kentucky. Consent for the groom was given by his father, John Turner, by letter in which his father stated that it was not convenient for him to come to "Bolin Green". The consent was witnessed by Andrew Turner and Levinia M. Turner. Eli Blewitt signed the bond with John Turner.

US Census Kentucky - 1880
Simpson County, Franklin Post Office

165/160 Turner John 52 Farmer 7680 5800 KY
Elizabeth 51 KY
Thomas W. 18 Laborer KY
Harriett 15 KY
John E. 14 KY
William 11 KY
Mary E. 9 KY
Blewett Betsy 84 NC

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850.
.

[NI04667]

Source: Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol IV
Editor: Thomas W. Westerfield
Published By: Genealogical Reference Company, 1972
Owensboro, KY

[NI04679]

Source: US Census Indiana - 1900
Blewett, Ella Apr 1857 43 IN 52 98
15 9
IN Monroe

[NI04687]

Source: US Census missouri - 1900
Blewett, Mary D May 1847 53 KY 72 108
6 44
MO Sedalia Pettis County

Ira D Oct 1889 MO
Ambrose S Jan 1882 MO

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett Mary 132 199
5 3
W 72 KY
Potter County

Irma D 38 MO

[NI04691]

Source: US Census Missouri - 1900
Blewett, Claude Jan 1876 MO 67 112
24 15
MO Newton County

[NI04701]

Medical: Killed in Auto accident.

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, John W. Aug 1871 KY 87 121
TX Pala Pinto

Lucy W Apr 1876 23 AR

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, John W. 38 KY
TX Palo Pinto

Lucia L W 33 AR
Mildred D 7 TX
Jennie D 3/12 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, John W. 135 189
11 24
W 48 KY
Palo Pinto County

Lucy L W 43 AR
Mildred L D 17 TX
Jennie B D 10 TX
Bradley, Etta D A 82 KY

[NI04726]

Killed in World War II, Assigned to Patton's 3rd Army.

[NI04744]

Medical: Andrew Devon was born with Cystic Fibrosis.

[NI04762]

ANSON County.

Capt David LOVE was rather accentric character and sold out his interestin the
plantation left him and his brother Christopher and moved to GREENECounty, GA.

[NI04776]

Source: US Census Missouri - 1900
Blewett, Newton A 35 April 1865 MO 6 24
14 13
Bates Walnutt Foster

Jennie W Dec 1866 MO
Charles S Feb 1888 MO
Mattie D Jan 1890 MO

[NI04787] DEATH DATE From Social Security Records: 464-30-4708

[NI04820]

Source: 1850 Federal Census
Copy # M-432 Roll # 619

Anson County

370 370 Merrith Lee 62 M Farmer 500
Nancy Lee 65 F
Fanny West 45 F

[NI04923]

!Member of the Georgia State Legislature 1843-44.

[NI04984] Killed Transporting Troops from Japan to Korea.

[NI05009]

William Blewett, III is thought to have moved to Jones Valley(Birmingham),
Jefferson County, Al, the year unknown.

1. In the "History of Alabama", by Albert Burton Moore, Phd, he write;

a. p. 294. "The military road blazed by General Jackson from
Fayetteville, Tennessee, to Ditto's Landing and down the eastern part ofthe
State to the Coosa; The Gains Road, which extended from Lawrence Countyto Cotton Gin Port o n the Tombigbee; and the Tennessee Road, called alsothe Huntsville Road, from Huntsville thro ugh Jones Valley to Tuscaloosa."

b. p. 310. "Everything in Jones' Valley and the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad depended upon the discovery of an economical method of makingpig iron with coke."

c. p. 527. "Since it was to be a great steel center, DeBardeleben said:
"Call it Bessemer," and Sir Henry Bessemer's name was to live forever inthe epic of steel man ufacture in Jones Valley, Alabama."

2. In the History of Walker County, Its Towns and Its People", by JohnMartin Dombhart wit h a foreward by Carl Elliott, Sr, he writes; p. 2.There was also an Indian trail extending fr om Ditto's Landing on theTennessee to Mudtown on the Cahaba. During the War of 1812 GeneralJ ackson cut a military road along this Indian trail, from Huntsvillethrough Jones Valley, pres ent site of Birmingham, to Tucaloosa."

[NI05037]

Brittany Mylinh was adopted.

[NI05137]

!Source: Judge R. C. Bell
P. O. Box 418
Thomasville, Thomas County, GA

[NI05146]

!Source: Family Bible of James Warren Bell.

[NI05200]

Sarah Garton parents were John Garton and Rebekah Gibbons.

Source: Quaker Marriage Certificates, Concord Monthly Meeting, DelawareCounty,
Pennsylvania, 1679-1808, compiled by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman.

p.39. John Garton of Bethel in the county of Chester in the Province of
Pennsylvia husband and Rebekeh Gibbons of ye Township and County aforeSaid
Spinster ..21m, 2nm, 1725 ... at the meeting house at Concord...

Rebekah Gibbons parents were Edbert Haywood and Sarah Ware. MAJ EgbertHaywood parents were J ohn Haywood, Sr and Mary Lovatt. John Haywood, Srparents were Thomas Haywood and Hester Tayl or.

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther
Allied Families
By: Elizabeth Griswold Anderson and Mrs William Thomas Anderson
Copied by Chaste Alberta Malone

Sarah Garton's mother gave the land upon which Benjamin Franklin built the
first circulating library in America in the city of Philadelphiain in1731.

[NI05210]

Died during the Civil War.

[NI05213]

Source of information on William Benjamin Blewett, IV family was providedby Barbara Mellinger .

[NI05233]

Never Married.

[NI05248]

!James Warren Bell was a missionary for 38 years in the Belgain Congo,Africa.

[NI05255]

Died in the Confederate Army 1861/65.

[NI05288]

Twin of Ruth.

[NI05313]

records indicate that the LOVE Family, of this will, was of a differentset
than that of the EPHRAIM LOVE branch in Rutherford, Buncomb, and WesternNorth
Carolina, which was represented by COL Robert LOVE and Thomas LOVE, ofthat

[NI05314]

Bible in possession of Ruth V. Botts, Bainbridge, Ga

Edward B. Martin and Sarah T. Blewett were married February 20th, 1823
(Anson County, NC)

William Everett and Sarah T. Martin were married March 10th, 1831
(Anson County, NC)

Samuel W. Patterson and Sarah T. Everett were married January 13th, 1839

William Everett was born October 4th, 1776
Sarah T. Blewett was born March 29th, 1802

Caroline E. Martin, Dau of Edward B. Martin and
Sarah T. Blewett Martin was born January 16th, 1824

Caroline E. Martin was married to John Clements Patterson October 17th, 1843
by her Uncle Reverend Wiley Blewett.

[NI05331]

!Source: Georgia, Decatur County Wills; dtd: 13 Sep 1833

Georgia, Decatur County September the Thirteenth day in the year of ourLord
One Thosuand Eight Hundred and Thirty-three.

In the Name of Almighty God, Amen. I William Everett finding my healthvery
presauius but my mind is as full vigor as ever do make this my last willand
testament. I do hereby revoke all other instruments of this kind made byme
heretofore.
First, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Sarah Ann Everett, Onethousand
Dollars in Cash, one bay horse known by the name of Charley Two and ofthe best
feather beds and furniture to said beds.
Secondly, I give to my nice Charlotte Everett Three Hundred dollars inmoney.
Thirdly, I give to Wiley Blewett my roan horse, saddle and bridle for the
purpose of his carrying my nice Charlotte to North Carolina.
Fourthly, all the estate of my property I desire to be sold and after my
bequeath are all Executed and Satisfied to be equally divided between my
brothers and sisters or there children if either are dead.
Fifthly, I do hereby __________ and appoint my wife Sarah Ann, JohnBlewett and
William Williams my Executors to this my last will and testament SignedSealed
in the present of:
her
Charlotte X Everett
mark
William Blewett
William Everett (Seal)

7th October, 1833 Georgia, Decatur County

Personally appeared before us William Blewett who after being duly sworn
departh and Saith that he saw William Everett sign and Seal the withinwill by
authorizing William Williams to sign the same for him as his last will and
testament and that he deparant saw Charlotte Everett sign the same as awitness
by making her mark. Sworn to and Subscribed before me this 7th day ofOctober
1833.

William Blewett (Seal)
Thos. Hines, JJG
Bennett Crawford, JJG

[NI05351]

He was an Elder of the Presbyterian Church in Bainbridge, Ga in 1860

Sheriff of Decatur County 1866-68

[NI05386]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 446-72-5852

[NI05391]

The following was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

According to family Folklore passed down by, my late father told me some hotly denied famil y history/scandal. Story has it that once of my ancestress' was kidnapped by a Creek/Seminol e named Charlie Amathala (spellings vary). She was returned pregnant but her fiance married h er anyway (and good on him for that!) and raised her son as his own. Charlie was a war chei f who eventually gave into reality and signed several peace treaties (including a few he ha d no right to sign). He was killed by Osceola in 1839and his death was the first act in th e 2nd Seminole War. Dad said half the family denied that this happened and the other half onl y whispered about it--but my dad sure looked like a native American.

.

[NI05411]

F. H. Butler was a Confederate soldier. In the 1870 census they areliving
in the Boston District near her parents and had four daughters. In 1880
they had moved to Thomasville and lived at the end of Dawson St. and had
three daughters, three sons, a boarder and a cook. Everitt Family
Genealogy.

[NI05464]

This family line information was provided by Katharine McCarrier.

[NI05508]

!Allen was adopted by his grandparents on his mothers side and his namewas
changed to McClellan.

[NI05518]

Died when he fell from a wagon and was crushed.

[NI05558]

William Wallace Botts, IV was killed in action during World War II inGermany, Patton's 3rd Ar my, and is buried in France.

[NI05564]

!Will of Daniel Thomas found in
Book of Wills No. 1, p. 144.
Richmond County, MC

Daniel Thomas and his wife Sarah, had a farm eight miles from Rockingham,NC
where he lived and reared his family. They had a little Island out in the
river where they pastured their stock. In the 1830's, Uncle Dan wentback to
visit the place, but a dam had been built below this island, and the water
blotted it out forever. Signed, Preston Thomas.

In 1774, John Long sold three acres of land to Simon Thomas, WilliamCovington
and Thomas Dockery. This was part of the land that had been granted toWilliam
Blewett on the east side of Cartledge Creek and it was to be used for aBaptist
meeting house and burial place. This was near Daniels land. and Danielwas the
first preacher.

Daniel and Sarah had three children by the time he was drafted into theRev War
on 21 Oct 1777. He served 71 days and was discharged 30 Dec 1777. Thereis a
record in the North Carolina Auditors Office, 9 Jul 1782 certifying thatDaniel
Thomas exhibited his claim and was allowed fifteen pounds one shilling.He
served under CPT Robert Porter's Company, in Tryons County, NorthCarolina.

Daniel was one of the petitioners to sign to have Anson County, dividedwhere
the Pee Dee River went through the county, and so from then on, 1777,their
land was not in Anson but in Richmond County, NC.

[NI05568]

Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills (1764-1767), Vol 13

p.92
Airey, Thomas, Dorchester, Co. 20 Oct 1765
25 Oct 1765
Children: Thomas Hill Airey, John Pitt Airey, Mary, Richard Hill Airey,
Elizabeth Gale, Fanny Ennalls, Leah Hicks Airey, Susan Haskins (Hoskins),
Louisa and Milca Airey.
Grandchildren: Thomas Ennalls.
Son-in-Law: Thomas Ennalls, husband of dau. Fanny; William Haskins(Hoskins), husband of dau . Sarah; Sister: Mary Herbert, widow.
Tracts: "Pilgrimage", "Prevention", and Airy's Chance".
Exrs: John Pitt Airey, Wm Haskins.
Wit: Moses Allen, Wm, Gray, Thomas Pitt. 33,369

[NI05575]

US Census 1850: Jasper County, TX
53/54 John Bluett, 47, Male, Farmer, $2000, North Carolina
Sarah, 39, Female, House Keeping, Georgia
William, 20, Male, Georgia
Nancy H., 16, Female, Georgia
Regina, 11, Female, Georgia
Rose Altha, 5, Female, Georgia
Richard H. Dove, 47, Male, Engineer, England!

1850 Census: Jasper County, Texas
John W. Bluett, 47, farmer, $2,000, North Carolina
Sarah, 39, Georgia
William, 20, Georgia
Nancy H., 16, Georgia
Regina, 11, Georgia
Rosealtha, 5, Georgia
Richard H. Dove, 47, Engineer, England

[NI05594] John Pankey is listed in the 1782 census of Halifax County, VA, with a family of eight and in the 1790 census of Fayette District, Richmond County, NC, with a family of four males age 16 or older, four under 16, and four females. His son william is listed separately in the 1790 census of Richmond Count ywith a wife and two children. These records indicate that in 1790 John Pankey had
eight sons and three daughters.

John Pankey was a party to the following conveyances in Halifax and Cumberland Counties VA:
.

[NI05602]

Never Married.

[NI05619]

Marker: Co. "B", 1st Florida Cavalry

[NI05621] High Sheriff of Choctaw County., 1915 - 1919.
.

[NI05623] He served in the War of 1812 under Capt Leonard White as a volunteer in the Illinois Militia from 13 March until 10 Jun 1813 and was honorably discharged. On 6 Aug 1838 was a candidate for Coroner.
.

[NI05626] Source: Federal Census Hardin County, IL - 1850

55/55 Pankey, John 35 M NC 2000 Farmer
Mary Ann 34 F Eng
William 16 M IL
John 14 M IL
Charlotte 9 F IL
George 7 M IL
Thomas 7 M IL
Samuel 3 M IL
Mary 1 F IL

Source: Federal Census Hardin County, IL - 1860

457/457 Pankey, John 63 M NC Farmer
Mary A 45 F Eng
Charlotte 19 F IL
Thomas B 18 M IL
Saml 14 M IL
Mary 12 F IL
Lucinda 6 F IL
.

[NI05628] Source: Federal Census Hardin County, IL - 1850

54/54 Pankey, James 45 M NC 1400 Farmer
Susan 35 F IN
Harriett 15 F IL
Joseph 12 M IL
Mary Jane 6 F IL
James 3 M IL
William 1 M IL

Source: Federal Census Hardin County, IL - 1860

67/67 Pankey, James 56 M NC Farmer
Anna 44 F KY
Mary J 17 F IL
James 14 M IL
William 11 M IL
.

[NI05629] Source: Illinois State Genealogical Societ
Prairie Pioneers of Illinois, Vol I
Edited By: Beth Rochefort
Published By: Illinois State Genealogical Society, 1986
Lincoln, IL

[NI05632] Never Married.
.

[NI05646]

!Source: Obituaries of Hardin County, IL
BY: Jennette Gray
Published By: Cook - McDowell Publications, Inc.
Owensboro, KY

[NI05677]

Never Married.

[NI05688] Graduated from Livingstone State College.
.

[NI05721] Barbara and James had eight children.
.

[NI05725]

William Wallace Botts, III was killed in action during World Wor II in
Germany, Patton's 3rd Army, and is buried in France.

Source: pat Utecht, Satellite Beach, FL
American Battle Monuments Commission and the US Army
Pvt Botts was killed at Trebur, Germany, on 24 March 1945. He wasinitially buried at a milit ary cemetery at Strombery, Germany on 27 Mar1945 and later moved to the Lorraine American Cem etery at St. Avold,Moselle, France (Plot B, Row 16, Grave 114). Military records show thath e was a Combat Infantryman in Patton's 3rd Army, 5th Division, 2ndInfantry Regiment , Compan y I.

[NI05736]

Enlisted 8 Sep 1862 in the Union Army, served with Co. G, 91st Regt., ILInf.
He developed an illness at Port Arthur, LA from which he later died.

[NI05737]

He was a pioneer in Colorado and Idaho.

[NI05742]

Source of information on Sgt Michael Blewett was provided by Barbara
Mellinger.

[NI05743] Luther and Faye had 2 girls and 2 boys.
.

[NI05746]

!Source: Federal Census Hardin County, IL - 1860

535/535 Pankey, John 23 IL Farmer
Sidney A 17 IL

[NI05748]

!Source: Obituries of Hardin County, IL
By: Jeannette Gray
Published By: Cook - McDowell Publications, Inc
Owensboro, KY

[NI05754] Leslie and Debbie had 3 Childres-1dy 2-son 3 dau.
.

[NI05763]

Served in the Union Army in Co. K, 9th IL Inf Regt and Co. A, 128th InfRegt.
Wounded at Salem, MS and Jackson, TN. He was also wounded a third time.

[NI05769] Served in the Union Army in Co. B, 29th Regt. IL Inf.

[NI05785]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 400-74-4298

[NI05794]

Redden Wallace Parramore was born in Screven County, in March, 1799,
oldest son of John Parramore. He was brought by his parents to Telfair
County when they moved there in his boyhood, and he was married there
Feb 17, 1828, to Artemisha Jones, born 1806 in Georgia. They had two
sons, Henry Jones Parramore, born 1832 in Florida, and Smith Alexander
Parramore, born 1834 in Florida; no information as to the marrriages of
these two sons. The first wife having died, Mr. Parramore married Miss
Mary Ann Tooke in Thomas County, Oct. 28, 1836. She was born in 1826,
daughter of Arthur and Mary Jones Tooke. By her seven children were
born.
Mr. Parramore was Clerk of Telfair Superior Court, 1821-25. Soon after
his marriage he and his wife moved with his parents to Leon County, FL,
where they lived four or five years, then moving back to Georgia and
locating in Thomas County. In 1844 he moved back over in Florida and
located at Madison in Madison County. The next year he was elected a
member of the Board of County Commissioners and served until his death
April 2, 1851. S.A. Smith was the administrator of his rather large
estate which included 4,000 head of cattle. Mrs. Parramore, the widow,
died in Orlando, FL, Jan 20, 1897, and was buried by her husband in the
Madison City Cemetery.

He was commissioned Lieutenant-Colonel of the 58th Regiment, Georgia
Militia, Nov. 7, 1825, and was succeeded Sept. 6, 1831, by George R.
McCall, also of Telfair County. The militia of Telfair and Irwincounties,
constituted the 58th Regiment. He was living in Leon County, FL, in the
1830 Census.

[NI05800]

Source: Our Todays and Yesterdays
"A Story of Brunswick and the Coastal Island"
Arthur: Margaret Davis Cate

p. 270
Peter Massie of Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey, To wife, Sarah;to Wife's daughter, A nna Elizabeth; to wife's mother, Hannah Williams;plantation in Glynn County, "Bonaventure".

[NI05803]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 455-78-9026

[NI05826]

!William Williams served as an officer with the British in the War of1776. He
was killed after the war in 1799 by Troy sympathizers at a "GeneralMuster" in
SC. His wife Hannah lived at the old family homestead in SC until herdeath.

!Source: Our Todays and Yesterdays "A story of Brunswick and the Coastal
Islands"
Arthor: Margaret Davis Cate

1789 - William Williams a GA State Senator from the Fouth District (Glynn,
Camden, and Charlton Counties.
1793 - William William "The Militia of the County of Glynn is arranged inthe
following order: A Troop of Horses to be commanded by William Williams,Capt."

[NI05828]

William disappeared during WWI.

[NI05841]

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1885
By: marilyn Davis Barefield
Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., Easly, SC, 1983

p.126
Estate of Albert A. Turner, deceased. Andrew J. Turner, Adm. Notice forclaim to be submitte r against the Estate, 12/25/1850.

[NI05882]

!Source: Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, Vol III

William Ashley, a Revolutionary soldier in South Carolina, was born inAnson
County, NC, in 1763, son of Nathaniel and Jane (William) Ashley. Hiswife was
Mary Raines, daughter of Nathaniel Raines, R. S.

He served in the South Carolina militia in 1781 in the Revolutionary War.
After the war, he came to Georgia where he married. The 1794 tax-digestof
Camden County shows him residing in that county then. He was commissioned
Captain, 32nd district, Camden County militia, 2 May 1804. After livingin
Camden some years, William Ashley with his family moved to Telfair Countyalong
with others of the Ashley connection, and settled on or near the Ocmulgee
River, where they became large plantation owners. William Ashley'splantation
was in the 1st land district of old Appling County, a section which hadbeen
added to Telfair about 1821, and which remained in that county until 1854when
Coffee county was made; it is now in Jeff Davis County.

Census References: 1820, 1830, Telfair County, GA.

[NI05887]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI05962]

!Wiley Pearce served as the first Mayor of Cario, GA when it wasincorparted in
1870.

[NI05980]

Served in WWI with the 81st Div KY Corp.

[NI05983]

Served in WWI.

[NI06003]

General in the Continental Army under Gen George Washington.
Elected to the Continental Convention in 1788.

General Benjamin H. Covington was a surveyor, and in Richmond County, NC,he
served in the House of Commons, 1785-86. He was elected as a delegate tothe
Constitutional Convention in 1788 along with John McAllister, EdwardWilliams,
Charles Robertson. (Wheeler's History)

.

[NI06033]

Source of information on William Benjamin "Junior" Blewett. Jr family
provided by Karen L. Blewett.

[NI06047]

!Medical: died of Typhoid Fever.

[NI06048]

A twin of Thelmer Howard 'Sid' Pankey.

[NI06051]

A twin of Elmer William Pankey.

[NI06055]

Never Married.

[NI06064]

Shilo Marie was adopted.

[NI06066]

Never Married.

[NI06077]

Never Married.
Served in WWI.
Died in the Mobile AL Infirmary.

[NI06084]

!George W. Smyth, JR was the son of George Washington Smyth, SR who was asigner
of the Texas Declaration of Independence.

[NI06103]

!Source: US Census OK - 1920
Blewett, M. M. 47 128
9 23
W 59 TX
Oklahoma County Oklahoma City

Rose Snyder D 29 TX

[NI06110]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI06111]

Never Married.
Served in WWI.

[NI06122]

Never Married.

[NI06144]

Never Married.

[NI06188]

Never Married.

[NI06194]

Source: US Census OK - 1920
Blewett, Edgar W. 64 197
5 97
W 30 TX
Payne County Cushing City

Verna H. W 18 KS
William H. 1/12 OK

[NI06210]

Never Married.

[NI06221]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI06222]

Never Married.

[NI06237]

the unusual names he bestowed upon his children, as shown by his
will, dated November 29, 1798, proved in Green County, Georgia. In hiswill he
mentions his wife Jean LOVE and the following children:
1. Robertus Love
2. Josephus Love

[NI06250]

Love
4. Vartus Mary Love
5. Beloved Love
6. Chaste Ester Love
7. Allelujah Love
8. Ovid Blewett Love
9. Friend Ovid Love
To his daughters Chaste Ester and Allelujah he leaves "a tract of landconveyed

[NI06251]

Benjamin Marshall Blewett married Elizabeth Francis Heard, the weddingtook place as William J . Heard's residence in Laclede County, Missouri,The ceremony was performed by David R. Jamiso n, Justice of the Peace.

A Bond of Guardian and Curator was filed 9 Jan 1882, in Laclede County,
Missouri, and signed by Elizabeth Blewett, W. W. Thomas, and L. B.Turner. It lists the mino r heirs of B. M. Blewett as Eli C., MargaretS., William J., and Annie E. Blewett.

Source: Tyler, Mrs. Hazel A.. 1860 Federal Census, Laclede County,Missouri. (2258 S. Virgini a Ave., Springfield, Missouri, 65807) 1984.Found in the Kinderhook Regional Library, Lebanon , Missouri 65536.

Source: Laclede County Historical Society. The Longhunter, Vol. XVII,Issue 2 (summer 1994) . Bowling Gree, Kentucky: Southern KentuckyGenealogical Society, 1994.

Source: Tyler, Mrs. Hazel A. (compiled & published by). 1880 FederalCensus, Laclede County , Missouri. (found in the Kinderhook RegionalLibrary, Lebanon, Missouri). Springfield, Miss ouri: revised March 1992.

Source: Certificate of Marriage filed in Laclede County, Missouri on 6 Dec
1871, now stored in the Laclede County Courthouse in Lebanon, Missouri.

[NI06268]

!According to the 1880 Federal Census of Laclede County, Missouri,Elizabeth's
father was from Indiana and her mother was from Virginia. Elizabeth mayhave
been married as many as five times. Her last married name was Johnson.

[NI06272]

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1834
By: Marilyn Barefield
Published by Sourthern Historical Press, Inc., Easly, SC, 1982

p.171; Inventory & Apprisal
p.146 Inventory of B.L. Turner, guardian of Joseph B. Boswell & OvidTurner, minor heirs of Ab ner Turner, dec'd. Comm: Andrew Henshaw,Charles Stokes, R.R. Hamilton; Charles Stokes, J.P . Recorded 1/9/1835.

[NI06281]

Kill near Bad Neuenahr, France, body later moved to IL.

[NI06284]

William was living on the Hawkins Farm at the time of his death. Thecause of death is liste d as "paralasis of the heart".

Source: Sourthern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol.XVII, Issue 2 (summe r 1994). Bowling Green, Kentucky: Southern KentuckyGenealogical Society, 1994.

Source: Certificate of Death from the State of Oklahoma for Susan AnnBlewett.

Source: US Census 1880, TX
Blewett, W. J. 235 167
Wilbarger 14 2
W 34 MO

Susie W
Bonnie S
Ennie D
Marvin S
Marshall S
Rual S

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, W. Jack Oct 1875 MO
TX Eastland

Sussie W Dec 1878 22 TX
Bennie S 1897 3 TX
Ennie D Dec 1899 9/12 TX

Source: US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, William J 34 MO 235 167
142
TX Wilbarger

Susie W 31 TX
Bennie S 13 TX
Emmil D 11 TX
Marvin S 9 TX
Marshall S 7 TX
Rush S 5 TX
Gertrude D 3 TX

Source: US Census 1920, OK
Blewett, W. J. 28 96
4 91
W 45 MO
Johnston County Mannsville City

S. A. W 41 TX
E. M. S 21 TX
Marvin S 19 TX
Marshall S 17 TX
Ruel S 15 TX
Gertrude D 13 TX
Beulah D 10 TX
Willima D 7 TX
Mabel D 4 OK
Earnistine D 1 OK

[NI06301]

Rebecca and James T. wedding took place at the Baptist Church calledAntioch.

Source: Tyler, Mrs. Hazel A.. 1860 Federal Census, Laclede County,Missouri. (2258 S. Virgini a Ave., Springfield, Missouri 65807) 1984.

Source: Laclede County Historical Society (compiled by). Laclede County,
Missouri, Marriage Records: 1849-1881. Lebanon, Missouri: Laclede CountyHistorical Society, 1 979.

[NI06332]

Source: Co K, 27th Regiment
Ga Volunteer Infantry
Muster Roll

3rd Sergeant, 4 Mar 1862. Appointed 2nd Sergeant in 1862. Wounded atCold Harbor, VA 27 Ju n 1862; Malvern Hill, VA 1Jul 1862. AppointedCommissary Sergeant. Surrendered 26 Apr 1865 a t Greensboro, NC. BornTalbot County, 28 May 1838; was living in Baldwin County, GA Sep 1963. His name appears on the membership list of the Olive Masonic Lodge #10 inTalbotton in 1864 a s being in the army at that time.

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI06398]

!About a month after Sarah was born in Feb 1677/8, from a letter to the
Governor from the High Sheriff of Somerset, we find the whole Family waskilled
by Indians.

[NI06419] John Pankey (Jean Panetier), came to America on the Ship Mary and Ann.

John Pankey (Jean Panetier), the immigrant to Manakin Town; b. Soubise,
anciently a fortified town and capital of a principality in the oldprovience
of Saintonge, France; d. Manakin Town, VA, Jul, 1717; m. Manakin Town,about
1710; wife's name is unknown.
.

[NI06420]

!The cause of Susan's death is listed as "acute dialatrug heart".

[NI06424]

Source: Minneapolis Tribune Sunday, May 17, 1981

Flaming Crash Kills Woman in Shoreview

Tribune News Services

An unidentified woman killed in a flaming crash Saturday in Shoreview wasone of four weeken d traffic fatalities in Minnesota.

Witness said the woman's car struck a curb while traveling at high speedat the intersection o f Dale St and Owasso Blvd. They said it sailedabout 30 feet through the air, bounced off th e top of an embankment, wentinto the air again struck two trees and plunged down the embankme nt intoa swamp, where it burst into flames.

The witness, Brad Hustad, 44, and his son, Rod, 19, who live nearby, saidthey found the car' s doors jammed when they tried to rescue the woman.Shoreview police did not release her ident ity last night.

A spokesman for the Ramesy County medical examiner's office said thewoman's body was burned b eyond recognition. Officials are waiting tocheck dental records before releasing her name.

Source: Minneapolis Tribune Mon., May 18, 1981

Dental records used to identify crash victim.

The Ramsey County medical examiner's office used dental records Monday toidentify the badly b urned body of a woman killed in a one-car crashSaturday in Shoreview.

She was identified as Nelda Wille, 58, 3654 Hoffman Rd., White BearLake. She died when the c ar she was driving went out of control at theintersection of Dale St and Owasso Blvd., hit tw o trees, landed in aswamp and burst into flames. Wille was alone when the accident happen.

[NI06443]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI06488]

Never Married.

[NI06515] Source: Rigsby, L. W. (compiled by). Historic Georgia Families.Baltimore;
Genealogy Publishing Co., Inc., 1969.

Rev Wiley Joseph Blewett, SR, the ninth child of William Jason Blewett, II
and Miss Rebecca Thomas; born March 12, 1812 in Anson County, NC, movedto Georgia in 1833, jo ined the Richland Creek Baptist Church, DecaturCounty, GA, May 10, 1834. He was licensed t o preach March 7, 1835.Ordained to the minister of the Gospel by Cotton Hill Church in Randol phCounty, GA, in 1837. He was called as the pastor of the First BaptistChurch, Thomasville, T homas County, GA, in 1851 and preached his firstsermon there February 14, 1852. The record s are unclear as to when butbelieved to be about 1849 or 1850 he and his family moved West to Lockhart, Caldwell County, TX. He was a preacher and farmer until hisdeath on August 10, 187 3 in Caldwell County, TX. He is buried in theBlewett Family Cemetery, South of Lockhart, Cal dwell County, TX,approximately 300 yards east of U.S. 183, just north of where Clear ForkCree k crosses U.S. 183, on Private Property.

Source: A History of Madison County, FL
Author: Elizabeth H. Sims

In November 1854 the Florida Baptist Association held its annual meetingat
Concord Church. During this meeting, a committee was appointed,consisting of R. J. Mays, W . B. Cooper, B. S. Fuller, W. H. Goldwire, W.Blewett, D. B. Daniel, H. Z. Ardis, S. C. Craft , John Cason, and T. W.Terrell, to work with representatives of two other Associations in the formation of a State Baptist Convention. This meeting took place in theparlor of the Clifto n Mansion, the Florida State Baptist Convention wasorganized. There is a monument commemorat ing this event in the City Parkin Madison.

Reference: Florida State University Studies, #39, "Ante-Bellum Thomas
County" 1825-1861 by William Warren Rogers, The Florida State
University, Tallahassee, 1963.
page 82-83. Lacey was followed by the popular Wiley Blewett, who in 1851was called to serv e as pastor "not only for the ensuing year, but so longas he would consent to serve here." Up on the resignation of Blewett, thechurch obtained the services of the Reverend D. G. Daniel i n 1854.

1870 Census: Colorado County, TX; Precinct #1
Dwellin #197, Family #198
p. 29 dtd 11 Aug 1870 Columbus Township
Dwelling #197 Family #198
Blewett, W.J., 59 Male, White, Farmer and Preacher, North Carolina
Blewett, Lucinda, 45, Female, White, Keeping House, Georgia
Blewett, William, 12, Male, White, Farming, Georgia
Blewett, John, 8, Male, White, Georgia
Blewett, Wiley J., 5, Male, White, Georgia
Webb, Lucy, 68, Female, White, At Home, North Carolina
Touiseso?, E.C., 30, Male, White, Farming, North Carolina
Zondan?, L.S., 21, Male, White, Farming, Georgia

[NI06516]

America was adopted at Daytona Beach, FL., by Norman Earl Grey Wadhamsand Mary Fellows, her n ame was changed to Mary Mac Wadhams.

[NI06532]

1860 Census of Madison County, Florida shows Real Estate of $16,200,
Personal Estate of $25,000.

[NI06535]

Margaret Blewett has not been proven nor has she been disproven to be a
daughter of Rev Avrett Blewett.

[NI06553]

!Source: Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, Vol II

Nathaniel Ashley, an early resident of St. Marys and Camden County, wasborn in
North Carolina about 1730, a son of William and Jane (Williams) Ashley.They
lived before and during the Revolutionary War in Anson County, NC. Afterthe
Revolutionary War they moved to South Carolina thence to Georgia. Heappeared
to have moved to Washington County, Georgia, very soon after theRevolutionary
War, and from Washington County to Camden County in 1788, and to have have
lived there until his death about 1800.

In a deed from Lodowick Ashley "of East Florida" dated 28 Oct 1806,recorded in
deed book "G", pp 410-412, Camden County records, he conveyed to hisbrothers
and sisters, his undivided interest in the estate of his father, Nathaniel
Ashley, late of Camden County, deceased, subject to the life-estate of his
mother Mrs. Jane (Williams) Ashley. The lands involved consisted of 950acres
on south side of the Great Satilla River. However, by a deed from theheirs of
Nathaniel Ashley, to George W. Thomas of Camden County, dated 7 April1835, the
list of heirs appears a little different from that above, the followingsigning
the Thomas deed: William Ashley, Francis H. Cone, James J. Scarborough,James
Boyd, Charles Shelton, Alexander Carswell, Lodowick Ashley and MarthaTison
(see Deed Book "M". page 248, CAmden County).

Nathaniel Ashley was an early Justice of Peace in Camden County and was a
member of the Land Court in that County in 1789. He was Representativefrom
Washington County, 1788. He became one of the original purchasers oftown lots
in the new village of St. Marys when it was first laid out as a town in1787,
and acquired Lot 73 containing four acres, which he sold to John Prentice10
Aug 1788 (see Deed Book "B", page 383, Camden County).

[NI06574]

Marriage location: Decatur County, GA 2 Mar 1931 Maggiage Book J-423.

[NI06583]

!The surname may have been spelled different, other variations: Messex,
Messick, Mezick or Mesex.

[NI06599]

IGI Alabama, Page 10662
SLGS PLAC IGI, Alabama, Page 9860

Served as an Ord. SGT, Company A Third Alabama Cavalry.

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1885
By: Marilyn Davis Barefield
Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., Easly, Sc, 1983

p.171; Inventory & Appraisal
p.146 Inventory of B.L. Turner, guardian of Joseph B. Boswell & OvidTurner, Minor heirs of Ab ner Turner, Dec'd. Comm: Andrew Henshaw,Charles Stokes, R.R. Hamilton; Charles Stokes, J.P . Recorded 1/9/1835.

[NI06646]

!Debbs Cullen died of Pneumonia, but he had cancer type unknown.

[NI06668]

!Source: The Biographical Review of John, Massac, Pope and HardinCounties, IL
Published BY: Chicago, Biographical Publishing Co., 1893

[NI06702]

The owner of Blewett's Mill on the Omuesse Creek, Houston County, AL andowner of several trac ks of land in Columbia, AL as recorded in Deed BooksE, F, H, and T at the Court House in Abbe yville, Henry County, AL. Afterher death the Blewett's Mill was Willed to Mrs T. P. McGriff , her niece,as per her Will on record at the court house in Abbeyville, Henry County,AL.

1860 Census of USA, AL
Henry County, Columbia Township, p. 4

509/508 Blewett, D. B. 40 Miller $7,000 $12265 NC
P. E. 42 AL
Latham, L. P. 60 Miller NC

[NI06763]

Quaker Marriage Certificates, Concord Monthly Meeting, Delaware County,
Pennsylvania, 1679-1808, Compiled by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman

P.39 John GARTON of Bethel in the county of Chester in the Province of
Pennsylvania husband man and Rebekah GIBBONS of ye Township and County
afore Said Spinster ... 21, 2m, 1725 ... at the meeting house at Concord..

[NI06794]

!A signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence.

!US Census 1850: Jasper County, TX
78/79 George W. Smyth, 47, Male, Farmer, $6600, North Carolina
Frances M., 41, Female, House Keeping, KY
Sarah Ann, 13, Female, TX
Susan, 11 Female, TX
Matilda, 10, Female, TX
George W., 8, Male, TX
Frances, 8, Female, TX
Emily, 6, Female, TX
Joseph, 4, Male, TX
Wm. Grigsby, 24, Male, Overseer, KY
Stephen Williams, 39, Male Carpenter, LA!

1850 Census: Jasper County, Texas
George W. Smyth, 47, Farmer, $6,600, North Carolina
Frances M., 41, Kentucky
Sarah Ann, 13, Texas
Susan, 11, Texas
Matilda, 10, Texas
George, 8, Texas
Frances, 8, Texas
Emily, 6, Texas
Joseph, 4, Texas
Wm. Grigsby, 24, Overseer, Kentucky
Stephen Williams, 39, Carpenter, Louisiana

George W. Smyth, Sr., was a signer of Texas Declaration of Independence.

Commissioner of the General Land Office of the State of Texas, March 20,
1848-August 4, 1851

[NI06797]

Prior to the Civil War 3 Jul 1861 joined Company C, 11th Regiment, Georgia
Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A., as a Private.Appointed
3rd Sergeant, 2 Sep 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox, Virginia, 9 Apr1865.

US Census 1880, Smith County, TX
Jeptha Ellard, 42, GA; Lydia, 36, GA; David, 15, GA; William, 14, GA;Joseph,
11, GA; John, 7, TX; May, 5, TX; Irene, i, TX.

US Census 900, Smith County, TX
Jeff Ellerd, 72, GA, living alone.

Smith County Marriage records show J. Ellard and A.M. Bell were married23 Dec 1888 by D.J. Be dell, an ordained minister of the gospel. Jepthawas 50 in 1888 and had lost Lydia in Mar an d his youngest child was notquite four, so it
seems logical that Jeptha married again.

[NI06816]

John Parramore, one of the first settlers of Thomas County before its
creation, was born in Onslow County, N. C., August 26, 1775 and was a
son of Matthew and Elizabeth Parramore. The parents moved to Screven
County, Georgia, before 1800, where Matthew died in 1804. John, the
subject, was married in 1799 in Screven County, to Nancy Brinson, born
April 10, 1783, in Onslow County, N. C., daughter of Adam Brinson.

Soon after the creation of Telfair County in 1809, John Parramore and
family removed there and lived until 1821 when they removed to the
southern part of Irwin County then being settled up, and he acquired land
there in the 13th district, and built his home and cleared up a farm and
lived there until his death Jan. 16, 1844. His wife died same date. They
were buried in the family burying ground on the home-place.

[NI06819]

Revolutionary Soldier in North Carolina, serving in the North Carolina
militia; see N.C. Archives "Revolutionary Army Accounts", Vol. I, page 7,
folio 2.

[NI06835]

!The daughter of George Washington Smyth, SR who was a signer of the Texas
Declaration of independence.

[NI06845]

1860 Census: Jasper County, Texas; Newton P.O.; Family #393
S. S. Adams, 24, Merchant; Real Estate $0; Personal Property $5,500; GA
S. E. Adams, 19, F, LA
Wallis Adams, 2, M, TX

Ref: "More Early Southeast Texas Families" by Madeleine Martin. Chapter
XIX, George Washington Smyth, note#21, Ray and J. D. Adams of
Kirbyville, Texas grandsons.

[NI06846]

CPT William Blewett served with Company 4, 13th Texas Infantry, departedthis life at Little R ock, Arkansas, then the Headquarters, ConfederateArmy
Trans-Miss Dept.

1860 Census: Newton County, Texas, Newton P.O.
William Blewett, 30, M, Merchant, Real Estate $8,500, Personal Property
$7,500, Georgia
Nancy, 22, F, Georgia
Sarah E., 4, F, Texas
William J., M, Texas
Emma ?, F, 4/12, Texas
Adam Adams, 20, M, Merchant, Real Estate, $4,200, Personal Estate
$3,720, Georgia
Blewett, Geo ?, Male, Merchant, Real Estate, $800, Personal Estate
$20,000

[NI06849]

William A. Phillips 1900 U. S. Census
William A. Head W M Feb 1850 50 M 28 __ _ GA NC NC Farmer YNY OFF 196
Rachel M. Wife W F Dec 1851 48 M 28 11 7 AR KY MS YNY
Esto H. Son W M Feb 1879 21 S AR GA AR Labor YYY
Preston A. Son W M Sep 1881 18 S AR GA AR Labor YYY
Lucy J. Dau W F Mar 1885 15 S AR GA AR School YYY
Joseph E. Son W M Apr 1888 12 S AR GA AR Labor YNY
Henry M. Son W M Jan 1894 6 S AR GA AR

[NI06854]

!1st District Congressman
House of Rep. 1909
Resigned Sep. 30, 1914 due to:
President Wilson naming him Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Taught Law at Georgetown University.

[NI06857]

!Lucy and her son lived in Electra, Texas during the depression,afterwards
they move to CA.

[NI06860]

!Lived in Electra, Texas when Preston Arthur Phillips died.

[NI06887]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI06932]

Died Young.

[NI06968]

!Katie Mae died of Pneumonia, she had cancer.

[NI06984]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 258-44-2252

[NI06998]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NI07019]

!Thomas H. never married, he was killed in the C. S. Army.

[NI07023]

Source of Death: Albany Hearld, Obituary Column, 3 Jul 1996.

Medical: Died of Pnemonia.
Had Cancer type unknown.

[NI07063]

Source: US Census GA 1920 Roll 269
Mitchell Co. (EDS 95-108)

Vol. 74 E.D. 103
Sheet 7 Line 76

Blewett, Avrett
W 27 GA
Mitchell, Pelham District

Blewett, Bertha W 20 GA
America D 2 4/12 GA

On his grave his middle name is spelled Ayton.

Medical: Believe to have died of Tuberculosis.

[NI07077]

Thomas O. Blewett was a Private in the Revolutionary War and a COL in theWar of 1812. Serve d in the General Assembly and Senate of the State ofNorth Carolina.

Source: McCaleb, Frances B., Letter to Gary Dale Trook, 9 Jan 1996. (155
Jaclyn Court, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104-7554).

Source: Medley, Mary L., History of Anson County, North Carolina1750-1976.
Baltimore, Maryland; Genealogical Publishing County, Inc., 1993.

Source: State Census of North Carolina 1784-1787

Thos. Blewitt 1 WM 21-60 yrs
1 WM under 21 & above 60
2 WF all ages
4 Blacks 12-50
3 Blacks under 12 & above 50

Source: Heads of Families - North Carolina, 1790
Fayette District, Richmond, County

Blewit, Thomas 2 Free white males of 16 years and upward,
including heads of families
1 Free white males under 16 years
1 Free white females including heads of families
10 Slaves

Source: North Carolina Census 1800

Bluit, Thomas Mecklenburg Co. NC 497 01001-01100-09

Source: North Carolina - Census

Richmond County - Census 1810 3rd Page 48
Thomas Blewett - Between 40 - 45 (must have been widower,
no female listed)
Son - between 10 - 15

Richmond County - Census 1820
Shows only the father registered

Richmond County - Census 1830
Thomas Blewett - between 30 - 40 (must be son)
Sons - 1, under 10
Daughters - 1, under 10
Wife - between 40 - 50
Male - between 70 - 80 (father, possibly living withonly son).

Land Grants
Thomas Blewett obtained numerous land grants, one of which is quotedbelow. You will note th e old style "s" is used, for which we aresubstituting the present "f".

State of North Carolin, No 1127
To All To Whom These Presents Shall Come
Know Ye That We, for and in the confideration of the fum of FiftyShillings for every hundre d acres hereby granted, paid into the Treafuryby Thomas Blewett have given and granted, and b y thefeprefents do giveand grant unto the faid Thomas Blewett, a tract of land containing Two Hundred Fifty acres lying and being in the county of Richmond. Beginningat a Stake admis t a White Oak and Spanish Oak on the East side of the PeeDee River. And runs North Eighty th ree East twenty poles to two West Onehundred and sixty five poles to a stake near William Tho mas's corner thenwith his line (reverse) South seventy seven West two hundred and fortyfive ( reverse) North seven East One hundred and sixty three poles to aStake in Morrehead's line the n joining on said line direct to thebeginning. Entered the 20th of October 1787, as the pla t hereby annexeddoth appear; together with all woods, water, mines, minerals,hereitaments, an d appurtenances to the faid land forever; Yeilding andpaying to us fuch fums of money, yearly , or otherwife, as our GeneralAffembly from time to time may direct. Provided always, That t he faidgrantee fhall caufe this grant to be regiftered on the Regifter's Officeof Our Count y of Richmond within twelve months from the date hereof,otherwife the fame fhall void and o f no effect.

In Teftimony whereof, We have caufed thefe our letters to be made patentand our great feal t o be hereunto affixed.

WITNESS BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, Esquire, Governor, Captain-General andCommander in Chief, at Ralei gh, the 2nd day of December in the XXIV yearof our Independence, and in the year of our Lor d one thousand sevenhundred and ninety-nine.
B. Williams
Will White, Secretary

From: N, C. Department of Secretary of State Land Grant Office
Book 107, p. 104

Thomas Blewett. 250 acres in Richmond County beginning at a stake amidsta White Oak and Spani sh Oak on the W side of the Pee Dee River and runsN83 E25 poles to Simon Thomas line, then wi th Simon and Daniel Thomasline S22 N165 poles to a stake near William Thomas corner, then wit h hisline (reverse) S77 W245 poles to a Pine being a corner of Blewetts 500acres survey, the n with his line reverse N7 E163 poles to a stake inMooreheads line, then joining on side lin e direct to the beginning.

Dated 2nd December 1799

Entered 20th October 1787
Book 109, p. 153

Thomas Blewett. 500 acres in Richmond County beginning at a Hickory neara Dogwood on the E si de of Pee Dee River Hamers 2nd corner and runs N12E120 poles to a stake Moorehead corner the n N31 E with his line(reversed) 150 poles to a corner, then with his other line N83 E60 poles to a corner, then S7 W Jarmans line N45 W150 poles to a Red Oak in Hamersline, then with sai d line S20 poles W120 poles, then direct to thebeginning.

Dated 17th September 1802

Entered 17th January 1799
Book 115, p. 372

Thomas Blewett. 50 acres in Richmond County beginning at an Elm oneWater Oak and Birch point ers to the E bank of the Pee Dee River runningN45 E2 poles to a stake and two Hickorys pointe rs, then S70 E66 poles toa Hickory, then S42 E54 poles, then S18 E60 poles, then S65 W30 pole s,then N48 W160 poles, then direct to the beginning, including the saidBlewetts Fishery an d a rock and gravel of said river.

Dated 17th September 1802

Entered 17 January 1799

Thomas Blewett served in the General Assembly of North Carolina in 1790and also was allowed p ayment for claims as shown below. Again you willnote incorrect spelling of the name. Late r Thomas Blewett also served inthe Senate of North Carolina, so evidently he was a man, not o nly of muchwealth, but also of much esteem and renown.

House Journal - 1790

At a General Assembly begun and held at Fayetteville, on the first day of
November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety,and in the Fifteenth y ear of the independence of the United States ofAmerica; being the first session of this Assem bly. The returningofficers for the several Counties certified that the following personswer e duly elected to represent the same in this house, to wit:

"Richmond -- William Robeson and Thomas Blewit."
State Records Vol. XXI, page 872.
(Also other references during the session of the Assembly.)

Record of Blewits taken from the Army Accounts of North Carolina on filein the Office of th e State Auditor.

In Vol. 5, Long Book 11, page 39, it is of record that Thomas Bluit waspaid
for some service in the Revolutionary War, the record is #2792. ThomasBluit, Ma. 168 Book 1 1 is:

"Claims allowed and passed by the Board of Auditors 18th March 1784. Forwhich certificates w ere issued from No. 1459 to No. 3348 inclusive -- &returned into the Comptrollers Office."

[NI07080]

Arabella Nicholson was the grand-daughter of Angus Nicholson whoemigrated to
America from Scotland in 1775. Dr. Malcom Nicholson was born Abt 1790
Cumberland County, NC.

[NI07110]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI07139]

!Note: Friend Ovid Love, son of David and Jeane (Blewett) Love, m. 28 Aug1821,
Marego Co., AL, Mary Ann Eskridge.

[NI07158] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07159] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07160] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07161] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07162] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07164] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07165] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock

When William Oliver m. Fannie Ballime Pollock he was using the name R. C. Johnson and used this name until the birth of MaeBelle was born when he corrected it back to Cardin.
.

[NI07173] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07174] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07176] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07178] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07179] Source: Patricia Hester Williams
Bible of Fannie Ballime Pollock
.

[NI07186] Census: 1850 Place: Jefferson Co. AL
.

[NI07203]

Tax Records Lowndes County, Georgia 1838:
Capt. Grantham's Dist.
1 Poll
2 Slaves
No land listed
Census of 1840, Lowndes County, Georgia
1 Male 20/30
1 Female 0/5
1 Female 20/30
8 Slaves
Tax Records Lowndes County, Georgia 1844:
Poll-1
Slaves-1
Decator County: 250 Acres Pine, 86 Acres ? Dist.21 or 27?
Lowndes County: 530 Acres Pine Dist. 12 Tax $1.512

[NI07229]

!Leader of the Talbot County Bar.

1st District Congressman

House of Rep. 1909

Resigned 30 Sep 1914 due to:
President Wilson naming him Chief Justic of the Supreme Court

Taught law at Georgetown Univeristy

[NI07232]

Must have been a Mason, he has the emblem on his grave.

[NI07238]

Source of information on Mark Wayne Blewett family was provided by KarenL. Blewett.

[NI07241] Lucinda Adams was married previous to Jessie EVERITT and they had onedaughter Sarah Jessie EV ERITT b. 10 Oct 1842, Thomas County, GA. She m/1Joseph Isiah Tillman, 1 Jan 1859 and m/2 D r Edison O. Arnold, 2 Apr 1867,Thomas County, GA.

[NI07266]

Justice of the Inferior Court - 1849-1853

[NI07302]

!Source: Covington Cousins
A Genealogy of the Covingtons and some Related Families
Complied by: Eurie Covington White

Data and History Submitted to Covington Cousins
by: Vaden Irwin Covington
100 Tennessee St., Suite 25
Redlands California 92373

He submitted the Straight line data used for the connection of Thomas and
Rachel Ingram to Thomas, II and Henry their children. Will probated 1744but
does not show where.

[NI07390]

!Governor of Maryland 1709-13

[NI07433] Source: John PANKEY of Manakin Town, VA, and His Descendants
Arthur: George Edward Pankey

The first PANKEYs in America, representing many of its branches, havestated
that the family is French. The earliest mention of the name found inColonial
records is at Manakin Town, Henrico (now Powhatan) County, VA, where in1700
French Huguenots settled. The lis of immigrants to Manakin Town does not
include the similiar French name PANETIER, pronounced Pa-ne-cia orPa-ne-ti-a.

Manakin Town tithe payers in the early 1730's included Etienne Panetieand Jean Panetie, who w ere listed with Peter Depp. In the late 1730'seach was listed separately. In the early 1740 's the names Stephen Pankeyand John Pankey appeared in Manakin Town records, and the names Et iennePanetie and Jean Panetie began to disappear. Although some of the otherFrench names rem ained.

The Huguenots were followerd of John Calvin, who in the sixteenth and
seventeenth centuries led the movement in France for religious libertknown as
the Reformation. In Germany it was led by Martin Luther and inSwitzerland by
Ulrich Zwingli. It was opposed by the Roman Catholic Church and by the
Catholic kings.

J. William Pankey accompanied his father from Halifax Co., VA to Richmond
County, NC. There on 18 March 1789 Solomon Strother conveyed to him 200(two hundred) acres . Witness: John Pankey and Stephen Pankey. (Bk. B,p. 395) On 3 Feb 1791 John Pankey and hi s wife Ann conveyed to WilliamPankey a 100
(one hundred) acres "on the west side of Mountain Creek" in RichmondCounty.
(Bk. B, p. 397). On 28 Oct 1804 William Pankey conveyed to JamesMorehouse a 100 (one hundred ) acres in Richmond County. (Bk. H, p. 17)Richmond County
court minutes for 1786-97 identify William Pankey in 1789, 1793, 1794,1795,
and 1796 as a juror; in July 1793, as overseer of the road from MountainCreek
Bridge to the ford of Little River and with John Pankey and StephenPankey as
buildre of a road from Zachariah McDonal's Ferry to Grassy Island Road onBull
Hill; and in April 1797, as overseer of the road from Leake Ferry to theford
of Mountain Creek. William Pankey is listed in the 1790 census ofRichmond
County with one male under age 16 and two females, which suggests that hethen had a son, a da ughter and a wife. He is listed in the 1890 censuswith three
young males and two young females in his household, doubtless his fiveeldest
children.

In 1804 William Pankey moved his family from Richmond County, NC, toSumner
County, TN, where his father had lived for several years. Because of the
difficulty of getting valid titles to land there, he moved in 1807 toIndiana
(after 1809 Illinois) Territory and settled near the Ohio River. In 1818when
Illinois became a state his original home site was in Pope (after 1839Hardin)
County. There he spent the remainder of his life.

On 6 and 16 Dec 1812 William Pankey and his brother Hampton Pankey signed
petitions to the President and Congress from Big Creek Settlement,Illinois
Territory, asking for grant from the public lands.

On 27 May 1819 William Pankey received from President James Monroe a
patent to Fractional Section 24, Township 12 South, Range 8 East, 540.60acres
in Pope County. IL. (Deed Bk A, p. 84). On 19 March 1821 he and hiswife Mary
conveyed to Felix Dickson Scott and Hardy Scott, copartners and possibly
relatives, 300 acres of the original 540.60 and in the deed explainedthat an
agreement to divide this land was reached before it was patented toWilliam
Pankey. (Bk A, p. 85-87). On 7 Feb 1823 William Pankey was "commissioned
Justice of the Peace for Pope Co." In 1826 he signed a petition for a new
county to be formed from Pope and Gallatin counties. On 1 Oct 1832 he was
"judge of election at Rocking Creek Precinct", Pope County. His name wasnot
found in the 1840 census. He is belived to have died between 1832 and1840.

In his "Centennial Records of Hardin County, 1876", William S. Morris
states, "Settlements were made in McFarland Precinct as early as the year1810,
and prominent among the early settlers were the McFarlands, the Scotts,the
Pankeys, and the Jacksons."

.

[NI07462]

She had the old Family Bible.

[NI07493]

Friend Ovid, Jr must have died prior to 24 Dec 1860 in Carroll County, MSwhere Beloved Blewet t Love, his brother, files his petition for theguardianship of the minor heirs of Friend Ovid , Jr., deceased.

[NI07514]

The daughter of Joseph and Miss Johnson Frey, Miss Johnson was thedaughter
of Jacob Johnson and the brother of Andrew Johnson who was the 19thPresident
of the USA, the Reconstruction President.

[NI07544]

!Burned to death at age 3.

[NI07554]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI07560]

!Al homesteaded in Wyoming and later farmed in Weeping Water, Cass County,
Nebraska.

[NI07564]

Medical: Served in WWI and was discharged with Tuberculosis.

[NI07597]

Medical: Killed by gunshoot.

[NI07620]

!Laura Emeline father Thomas Martin parents were Rev Abram Martin and Jane
Oglesby Tribble. Her mother Nancy Hennen Topp parents were John Topp and
Comfort Everett.

[NI07638]

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI07643]

He served in the Navy.

[NI07656]

!Dr. John Witherspoon was the father of Thomas Reese Witherspoon. He wasthe
President of Princeton, a member of the Continental Congress and a signerof
the Declaration of Independence.

!Marriage: Mississippi Marriages
Lowndes County 1830 - 1868
Monroe County 1821 - 1858
Compiled by: Betty Wood Thomas

[NI07665]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI07678]

Thomas Garton Blewett served in the Mississippi Legislature from 1919 to1928.

[NI07736]

!She was the first cousin to Wiley Post, aviator killed with Will Rogers,in a
plain crash in Alaska.

[NI07771]

Burial: Lowndes County Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B Chase
Published By: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS

[NI07776]

He was a MD.
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI07826]

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI07828]

The information of Mary Ann Love was copied from the Bible recovered byEverly Taylor Majure d aughter of Anna E. Reynolds and submitted byDeborah Seale Herbert.

[NI07845]

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, Ms 1979

[NI07868]

!Pheriba Rebecca was first married to a Mr. Mathis.

[NI07876]

!There is an account of Zachariah, freeing a slave named Harriet, age 28 -
August 18, 1828. He owned 10 slaves in 1790. Listed 1800 Kent County,
Maryland with 10 Salves, 1820 Census of Queen Anne County, Maryland.

[NI07887]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI07938]

!Dr M. Milo McElhinney was the Chief Engineer attached to the AtomicEnergy
Development of the Atomic Bomb at the University of Chicago and OakRidge, TN.

[NI07954]

Has a Masonic Emblem on Grave.

[NI07987]

Never Married.

[NI08001]

Robertus H., page 511, book C, Carroll County, MS records shows a RobertLove marring a C. Har vey on R Mar 1866. He somehow managed to getcounted twice on the 1850 Carroll County, MS Cen sus. In one taken 3rdAug, 1850, he is listed along with his brother Beloved Blewett Love, a s astudent in the household of Physician Dadney Lipcomb. In the other one,date unknown, he i s listed in the household 19/19 of Robert Smith (MaryAnn Eskridge's third husband).

[NI08014]

ghton in the Appalachie Forks".
To my cousin David Love who now lives with me, 100 acres in this county
surveyed by George Phillips and joining William Phillips of Virginia.

Directs that his son should go to the State of Virginia and get hisauditied
claim or certificate which shall be divided among his children. Suchclaims
are in the hands of John B. Scott.
Signed David LOVE
Executors: Wife Jane and sone Robertus LOVE and Josephus LOVE.
Witness: William Phillips, David Tatillo and Curtis King.

[NI08055]

Lived in Pitt County, North Carolina
Moved to Tattnall County, Georgia between 1801 and 1805
1805 Georgia Land Lottery, 2 draws, 1 Lot and 1 blank.
Lot 311, 20th Dist. Pulaski County, Georgia after War of 1812, 1818 Tax
Digest. Now in Bleckley County, Georgia.
Moved to Pike County, Alabama in 1819.

Alabama Genealogical Society Publications #36; Abstracts of Wills, Pike
County, Alabama 1830-1862
Colson Adams June 16, 1827
Heirs: Wife - Sarah Adams; Sons - John Cason Adams, Dairs Thomas
Adams, Isaac Adams, Andrew Adams; Daus - Jane Hall, Nelby Caster,
Pennilia Taylor, Lavinia Newsom; son - Lewis H. Adams; Daus - Sarah
Adams, Betsey Ellen Adams.
Wit: J. Clangham, William Boyd, Reddin Ballenger

[NI08079]

Reference: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of
Record of Pitt County, North Carolina
Deed Book M, page 509, 10/7/91
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Children of Colson Adams
Negro; __. Mentions Rachel Adams, daughter of John Cason, and her
husband, Colson Adams. Wit.: Adam Albriton, Jonathan Albriton

[NI08117]

Born between 1770 & 1780 in Pitt County, North Carolina.
Father Colson Adams of Pitt County, North Carolina.
Mother Rachel Cason of Pitt County, North Carolina. Her father was John
Cason of Pitt County, North Carolina.
Moved to Tattnall County, Georgia between 1801 & 1805.
1805 Georgia Land Lottery, 1 draw, blank
First wife: Elizabeth Cason a cousin.
Second wife: Sarah Williams of South Carolina. Daughter of William
Williams. Lived in Pulaski County, Georgia.
Served in War of 1812 as private in Capt. Allen Tooke's Detachment.
1813 at Fort Hartford, Ocmulgee River
1814 at Fort Mitchell, Ocmulgee River
After War Pulaski County15th Dist. Lot 383 now in Dodge County, Georgia
1820 lived in Conecuh County, Alabama (1820 Census)
1823 Moved to Decatur County, Georgia (1824 Tax Digest) with a lot of
land and 7 Slaves now in Dougherty County, Georgia.
1825/26 moved to Lowndes County now Brooks County, Georgia Lot 402,
12th Dist.
Died in Spring of 1829, widow Sarah Adams who died in the 1850's.
Likely buried at old Bethel Church.

[NI08127]

Medical: Killed when a tree fell on him.

[NI08141]

Thomas Garton Blewett was a member of the Masonic Fraternity. He was amember of Kilwinning L odge Number 64, in Wadesboro, NC. Also, Thomas O.Blewett was a member of this lodge in 1813.

He obatained the rank of MAJ in the War of 1812.

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979.

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, VOL I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979.

[NI08147]

!In 1865, the Bar of the State of Mississippi selected him to defendPresident
Jefferson Davis should the US Government try to bring charges. Heexcepted and
his defense kept the US Government from bring charges.

James Thomas Harrison, SR was a signer of the CSA Declaration ofIndependence.

!James Thomas Harrison parents were Thomas Harrison and Hannah Earle.
Thomas Harrison parents were James Harrison and Elizabeth Hampton,(Elizabeth
was the sister of Gen Wade Hampton.
James Harrison parents were John Harrison and Sarah Daniel.

[NI08164]

!Marriage: Mississippi Marriages
Lowndes County 1830 - 1868
Monroe County 1821 - 1858
Compiled By: Betty Wood Thomas

!Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI08168]

Beloved Blewett was an Attorney-at-Law and is mentioned in numerousestate records in Carrol l County, MS. From Carroll County Minutes of theProbate Court, dated 19 Nov 1862, John W. Sa nders was named executor ofthe will of Beloved B. Love. Beloved BLewett Love may have been a casualty of the Civil War.

[NI08201]

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI08221]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI08223]

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI08237]

William W. Lang was appointed Ambassador to Germany from the USA.

[NI08240]

James Thomas Harrison, Jr was Lt Governor of the State of Mississippiunder
Governor Longino.

[NI08265]

1860 Census: Newton County, Texas
Adam Adams, 20, M, Merchant, Real Estate $4,200; Personal Property
$3,700; GA
Living with William Belwett, 30 Merchant born in Georgia

1870 Census: Jasper County, Texas
Adam Adams, 30, Clerk, Dry Goods Store, Real Estate $3,000; Personal
Property $250; GA
Roxia Adams, 26, Arkansas
Katy Adams, 3, Texas

[NI08280]

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI08296]

Burial: Lowndes County, Mississippi Cemetery Records
By: Rolfe B. Chase
Published By: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

Source: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,Vol
67 p. 263

DAR Number 66725

Descendant of Capt John Earle, of South Carolina.
Daughter of James Thomas Harrison and Regina Blewett, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Harrison and Hannah Earle, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Baylis Earle and Sarah Taylor, his wife.
Gr-gr-Granddaughter of John Earle and Thomasine Prince, his 1st wife.
John Earle (1737-1815) commanded a company of South Carolina Rangers,1776, to
the close of the war. He was born in Virginia; died in RutherfordCounty, N.C.

[NI08317]

!Stephen Dill lee was the First President of Mississippi A and M College,now
Mississippi State University.

!Source: Sons of the South
By: Clayton Rand
Published by: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1961

p.160
Served as State Sentor 1878.

[NI08332]

IGI MS Page 4135.

[NI08339]

Some Authors have mention that "it is thought" that William Love who diedin Anson County, N C ca. 1760-1770 and married twice names not alwaysshown was the father of Col David Love. Hi s will dtd 7 May 1753 andrecorded in Book 1, p.20 in Anson County.

Children by 1st wife:
David Love
Henry Love
Daughter name unknown
Daughter name unknown

Children by 2nd wife:
Two sons went to Tennessee
One son went to Kentucky
One son, probably Robert, became father of COL Robert Love of Texas Army.

Other, including this arthur, think that the following is the family ofCol David Love:
JOHN LOVE - His Will. Proved in Mecklenburg County, July 23, 1791.Mentions his beloved wif e SARAH LOVE, and the following children:
1. Jane Reemy
2. William Love
3. John Love
4. Mary Adamson
5. Thomas Love
6. Samuel Love
7. Joseph Love
8. Christopher Love
9. Sarah Love
10. Elizabeth Love Banks
11. David Love
David and Christopher are left the plantation.
Executors: Joseph Todd and James Neel
Signed: John Love (Seal)
Witness: Michael Stinson and John Cannon

The records indicate the LOVE family, of this will, was of a differentset than that of the Ep hriam LOVE branch in Rutherford, Bumcomb, andWestern North Carolina, which was represented b y COL Robert LOVE andThomas LOVE, of that section. These LOVES were from Virginia to NorthCa rolina, but settled in that part of Anson County which for a time wasconsidered in Mecklenbur g, but later became Union County.

David was a member of the Provincial Congress in 1776.
He served as a Lieutenant-Colonel in the North Carolina State Troops in1777.
He served as a state Sentator.

David LOVE married the winsome lass Jean BLEWETT, about 1772, probably inANSON County, who us e to ferry him across the PEE DEE River, when he wasan Indian Trader, she being a daughter o f Capt William Blewett and hiswife Sarah Garton.
David LOVE was a Captain of a company in the Revolution War.

Capt David LOVE was rather accentric character and sold out his interestin the plantation lef t him and his brother Christopher and moved toGREENE County, GA. Near the present historic t own of Greensboro, wherehe lived and died. The place he owned there in his life - time was k nownas "LOVE Springs", and Dr. T. B. Rice, the historian, has written a veryinteresting stor y about the springs and the old Revolutionary Soldier.Some insight into David's character ma y be gleamed from the unsual nameshe bestowed upon his children, as shown by his will, date d November 29,1798, proved in Greene County, Georgia. In his Will he mentions his wifeJean L OVE and the following children: Robertus Love, Josephus Love,Achsah Love, Vartus Mary Love , Beloved Love, Chaste Ester Love, AllelujahLove, Ovid Love and Friend Ovid Love.

To his daughters Chaste and Allelujah he leaves "a tract of land conveyedto me by William DAN IEL and William HOUGHTON in the Appalachie Forks".To my cousin David LOVE who now lives wit h me, 100 acresin this countysurveyed by George PHILLIPS and joining William PHILLIPS of Virg inia.

Directs that his son should go to the State of Virginia and get hisauditied claim or certific ate which shall be divided among his children.Such claims are in the hands of John B. Scott.
Signed David LOVE
Executors: Wife Jean and son Robertus LOVE and Josephus LOVE.
Witness: William PHILLIPS, David TATILLO and Curtis KING.

[NI08404]

!Robert Thomas, a Baptist Minister. He was elected one of the first
commissioners of Richmond County, NS in 1779.

[NI08405]

Jesse Abner Turner, Private left Mt Sterling, AL a member of RuffinsDragoons on 25 Sep 1861 , Company A, Third Alabama Cavalry under Col.James Hagan of Mobile, AL in command of Gen. W . T. Martin's Division.
Awarded Cross of Military Service U.S.D. 1899 -1917-1918.
1861-1865 Certificate of Award Cross # 9721.

[NI08421]

Vol Colonel 34 th Regiment Al

[NI08425]

!SOURCE:
Everett/Everitt Family "A Genealogical History"
by Alvaretta Kenan Register dtd 1987

[NI08443]

Source: The Kudzu Families Links to 24 Families
Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI08493]

Listed in the 1860 Census of Jasper County, Texas, Newton P.O. as living
with her parents, Fabian and Sarah Adams with two children:
Frances Allen, 3, F, TX
William Allen, 1, M, TX

[NI08502]

Katie Lucinda died of Pneumonia, she also had cancer type unknown.

[NI08573]

1830 Tax Roll Lowndes County
1834 Tax Roll Lowndes County
1838 Capt. Albritton's Dist.
10 Slaves
490 + 490 acres of oak land in Lowndes County
250 acres in Early County
1840 Tax Roll Lowndes County:
Lacy Adams, Ant for Sarah Adams
11 Slaves
490 + 490 acres of oak and hickory in Lowndes County
250 acres in Early County
1844 Tax Roll Lowndes County
13 Slaves
980 acres Oak & Hickory, Dist 12 Lowndes County
490 acres Pine, Dist 12 Lowndes County
250 acres Pine & 409 ?, Dist 1 Early County

1830 Tax Roll Lowndes County
1834 Tax Roll Lowndes County
1838 Capt. Albritton's Dist.
10 Slaves
490 + 490 acres of oak land in Lowndes County
250 acres in Early County
1840 Tax Roll Lowndes County:
Lacy Adams, Ant for Sarah Adams
11 Slaves
490 + 490 acres of oak and hickory in Lowndes County
250 acres in Early County
1844 Tax Roll Lowndes County
13 Slaves
980 acres Oak & Hickory, Dist 12 Lowndes County
490 acres Pine, Dist 12 Lowndes County
250 acres Pine & 409 ?, Dist 1 Early County

[NI08592]

Jenna Lee and Samuel Ramsey Creel received a divorce but they laterremarried sometime befor e 1974.

Source of information on Virginia Lee 'Jenna Lee' (Blewett) Creel familywas provided by Mr an d Mrs Milton Easly.

[NI08608]

Source of information on Dorothy Allene (Blewett) Poplin was provided by
Dorthy Allene (Blewett) Poplin.

Addition information was provided by Mr and Mrs Milton Easly.

[NI08625]

Source of information on Donald Wayne Blewett family was provided by Mrand Mrs Milton Easly.

[NI08640]

Source of information on Larry Blewett was provided by Mr and Mrs Milton
Easley.

[NI08665]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI08676]

Frances R. guardianship was mention many times in the estate records ofFriend O. Love, SR. W hen Friend O. Love, Sr., died Mary Ann was pregantwith this child.

[NI08696]

S were from Virginia to North Carolina, but settled in that
part of ANSON County which for a time was considered in MecklenburgCounty, but
later became Union County.

Their son David LOVE married the winsome lass JEAN BLEWETT, who used toferry

[NI08758]

Justice of the Peace in Greene County, GA in 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806.

[NI08778]

!Lawrence died in a truck accident.

[NI08827]

!Source of information on Linda Geraldine (Poplin) family was provided by
Dorothy Allene (Blewett) Poplin.

[NI08843]

Served in the US Army in World War II.

[NI08847]

!Source of information on Jancie Faye Poplin family was provided byDorothy
Allene (Blewett) Poplin.

[NI08857]

cross the PEE DEE River, when he was an Indian Trader, she being a
daughter of Capt. William BLEWETT and his wife Sarah GARTEN. David LOVEwas a
Captain of a company in the Revolution, and was married to Jean BLEWETT,it is

[NI08863]

!Source of information on Marsha Allene Poplin family was provided byDorothy
Allene (Blewett) Poplin.

[NI08876]

Marriare record recorded: Decatur County, GA 10 Jul 1904 Marriage bookD-616.

[NI08880]

Medical: Heart attack, the doctors had to preform what was
suppose to be a by-pass, which turned out that they had to do fiveby-passes at one time. No t sure if he died of another heart attack 3 Apr1992 or not.

[NI08887]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI08930]

Maj Gen of Militia from Greene County, GA - 1810

[NI08963]

!Kyle Edward died of Meningitis.

[NI09017]

!Source:
U.S. Census 1850 (Free Schedule), Bulloch County, GA., p. 253, dwelling247,
family 259; National Archives Microfilm M-432, Roll 62.

She was 105 yrs old at her death and she lived alone.

[NI09021]

Line 96560 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
MARR DATE 29 FEB 1883

[NI09068]

Mary Frances died of a blood clot which caused heart failure.

[NI09087]

John Jr. went to West Texas

[NI09109]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI09122]

!Jane was a dau of Robert Kemp and first married Thomas Eubanks, JR whodied
approx 1722.

[NI09246]

Source: The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol 10 (1748-1753)
By: Jane Baldwin Cotton

p. 136
Anne Bozman Somerset Co. Md (29 Sep 1749) (26 Mar 1751)
... Nice Elinor Blewett.
To Martha Blewett, dau. of Elinor Blewett.
To Nice Elinor Blewett...
Wit: Elinor and Rebecca Covington. (28,534)

Source: Somerset County, Maryland Will Book EB 7; 1788-1799
By Ruth T. Dryden

p. 49 9f. 650-652)
Bluett, Eleanor 9 Mar 1797 24 Jan 1798
to gr.son-Benjamin Dashiell, family picture now in poss.
of George Taylor of Alexandria
to gr.gr.dau-Hetty Dashiell Taylor (Under 16)
to four children of Robert Handy dec'd, gr.daus- Martha Handy,
Susan Handy, gr.sons-Joseph Dashiell Handy, Sanuel Handy
James Bennett, Exec.
Wit: George Murray (dec'd by 1798) Temperance McIntyre

[NI09256]

Source: McCaleb, Frances B., Letter to Gary Dale Trook, 9 Jan 1996. (155Jaclyn Court, Bowlin g Green, Kentucky 42104-7554).

Source: Lineage Book of the National Society of the Daughters of theAmerican Revolution, Vo l 152 (1919). Washington, D.C.; Press of Judd &Detweiler, Inc., 1936.

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright1994. The Church o f Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

[NI09278]

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS., 1979

[NI09311]

Burial: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, MS
Tombstone Inscriptions and Burial Records, Vol I
Compiled by: James W. Parker
Published by: Lowndes County, Department of Archives and History
Columbus, MS, 1979

[NI09313]

Source: Linage Book of the National Society of the Daughters of theAmerican Revolution, Vol 1 52 (1919). Washington D.C.: Press of Judd &Detweiler, Inc., 1936.

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America.Copyright 1994. The Church o f Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints.

Source: Warren, Mary Bondurant. Georgia Marriages 1800 to 1810.Published in the Georgia Gene alogical Heriage Papers. Athens, GA.

Source: Marriage Records Series #2 1700-1850 Georgia
Automated Archives, Inc., #CD 226, 1993

Both Boswell and Vartus Mary died in Morgan Co., GA abt 1819 from poisonin their drinking wat er.

[NI09332]

Twin of Maria Turner.

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI09366]

She died young, perhaps as a teenager.

[NI09412]

!Henry Covington enlisted in the 7th Regiment of Queens Annes County, MD,Dec
10, 1776, promoted to Corporal, Jun 1779.

Discharged, January 12, 1780. He was at the Battle of Long Island, NewYork
after the Bristish had taken Boston. He served with the Maryland Troopsunder
George Washington. Henry listed in the 1790 Census of Queen Anne County,MD.

[NI09436]

Junior was a son by Edna and her first husband, but was adopted by Ruel
Franklin.

[NI09443]

Twin of Laura Turner.

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI09445]

50 Year member Orion Masonic Lodge #8, Bainbridge, Decatur County, GA.
Military Service: Co E, 1st BN, 29th Regiment
9th IN Regiment.

Medical: Influenza and Diabetes brought on from contunies use of medicinehe had to take for I nfluenza.

[NI09466]

Source: The Longhunter, Vol. XI, issue 2 (summer 1988), form the Southern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1988.

!Source: US Census California - 1910
Blewett Clarence Aug 1858 41 KY
CA Merceo

Clara L W Feb 1864 36 CA

[NI09472]

!Source: The Boone Family, p. 424
Indicates that George B. Dickey was a descendant of Sarah Boone and arelative
of Daniel Boone.

[NI09493]

!Source: History of Mitchell County (1857-1976)
by: Margaret Spence and Anna M. Fleming

p.149
Private - Dunbars Artillery

p.153
Pension List from Ordinary's Office beginning 1890
Co - Durhams Siege Art.

[NI09502]

!Source: US Census 1910, Georgia
Vol. 34 E.D. 29
Sheet 19 Line 1

Blewett, Ada Lide
W 39 Alabama
DeKalb
Atlanta Sterling 56

Blewett, Guy Courtenay S 19 MS
McClure, B. M. BO 40 AL
McClure, Paul BO 28 GA

[NI09554]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI09561]

Source: Lineage Book of the National Society of the Daughters of theAmerican Revolution, Vol . 152 (1919). Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd &Detweiler, Inc., 1936.

[NI09562] Source: US Census Kentucky - 1850

840/840 Blewett Susanna 52 F Farmer KY
Thomas 22 M KY
Susanna 18 F KY
Sarah 16 F KY
Margaret 14 F KY
Hensley 12 M KY
Nancy 10 F KY
Susan A 21 F KY
Elizabeth 6/12 F KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1860

85/85 Blewett Susanna 64 F Farmer 7600 10226 VA
Hensley G 22 M Farmer KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870
Sub Dist No 150 Simpson County
Franklin

Blewett, Susannah F W 9,000 150 KY

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

O. L. Thomas, Ancestral Graves in Warren County, Kentucky, page 361.
.

[NI09616]

1880 Census: Madison County, Florida
Parramore, Henry J., White, Male, 47, Physician, FL, GA, GA
Parramore, Antonynette B., White, Female, Keeping House, NY, NJ, NJ
Parramore, Willis B., White, Female, Daughter, At Home, FL, FL, NY

[NI09633]

Military Service: Retired
Served with: Co. A, 1st BN, 29th Regiment

[NI09665]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI09684]

Source: Clarke County, Alabama, Records 1814-1885
By: Marilyn Davis Barefield
Published by Southern Historical Press, Inc., Easly, SC, 1983

p.178; Inventory & Appraisal
p.308 Division of Estate of Abner Turner, dec'd. To Mrs Turner, James G.
Slater, Joseph B., Susan, Albert, Boswell & Amanda Turner. Rec. 1/16/1837

p.186; Onventory & Appraisal
Inventory of Chaste E. Turner, guardian of Adeline, Amanda, Ann, VituousM. & Francis Hurber t Turner, minor heirs of Abner Turner. 5/4/1839.

[NI09686]

1860 Census of Madison County, Florida shows living with E. J. Vann.
Merchant with Real Estate of $27,000 and personal estate of $4,000.

[NI09700]

"Orlando, A Centennial History" by Eve Bacon
James B. Parramore, a native Floridian, was an 1881 newcomer, who in
1897 would be elected mayor of Orlando, and serve six terms. A
dignified, friendly person, his acumen in solving knotty city problems
without "fuss or feathers' made him one of Orlando's most respected
men. Parramore Street is named for this unusual man.

All of Orlando's citizens were saddened in February of 1902 by the death
of Mayor Parramore. He was one of the most respected men of the town;
tall, dignified, courtly in manner, soft-spoken, and never in a hurry. He
had been a native of Madison County, and bore the nickname of "Buck". He
always wore a white string tie, and carried an ebony cane with a gold
head. In his passing the city council recorded:

"The city has lost a mayor who in his official capacity truly represented
the honor and dignity and integrity of the office vested in him."

[NI09714]

Died single in C.S.A.

[NI09727]

1880 Census: Madison County, Florida
Parramore, Reddin W., White, Male, 36, Farmer, FL, GA, FL
Parramore, Imogene M., White, Female, 28, Keeping House, GA, GA, GA
Parramore, Reddin W., White, Male, 4, Son, FL, FL, GA
Parramore, William F., White, Male, 2, Son, FL, FL, GA
Parramore, Mary A., White, Female, 58, Mother, Widow, At-Home,GA, GA,
GA
Parramore, James B., White, Male, 38, Brother, Widower, Farmer, FL, GA,
GA
3-Black Servants

[NI09740] Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Marriage: Warren County, KY 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold, and Elizabeth Price

Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol IV
Editor: Thomas W. Westerfield
Published By: Genealogical Reference Co.,
Owensboro, KY., 1972

Thomas W. Westerfield, Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Volume IV, page 254.

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 775, Family 775, Lines 31-39, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI09753]

1880 Census: Madison County, Florida
Parramore, William L., White, Male, 34, Merchant, FL, GA, GA
Parramore, Helen L., White, Female, 34, Wife, Keeping House, FL,
Scotland, S.C.
Parramore, Rhoda L., White, Female, 11, FL, FL, FL
Parramore, Mary H., White, Female, 10, FL, FL, FL
Parramore, Cora C., White, Female, 7, FL, FL, FL
1-Black Servant

[NI09782]

Named for father of Artemisia Jones (first wife of Reeein W. Parramore)
and grandfather of Mary Ann Tooke. Note by EFH.

[NI09784]

Frederick Davis Robertson, Pvt. Co. A1 La Cavalry, CSA, 28 Nov 1844 - 31 Oct 1931

.

[NI09818]

Source: Patricia Powers Harshbarger, Family History

[NI09821]

Source: The Longhunter, Vol. XII, issue 4 (winter 1989), form the Southern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1989.

Source: US Census California - 1900
Blewett, Henry E Jun 1861 28 KY
CA San Joaquin

Mary D W Dec 1869 20
Mabel L D Jun 1888 11
Frank S Aug 1889 10
Raymond S Dec 1896 3

[NI09859]

!Bible Records of Early Edgecombe, by Ruth Smith Williams and MargaretteGlenn
Griffin

p.274 John Haywood and wife and six children emigrated from New York City
about 1740 and settle in Edgecombe County, on Tar River, eight miles above
Tarboro, and two miles above the Parish Chapel, St. Mary, then situatedon the
north side of the river at Teat's Bridge, then called the Chapel Bridge.

[NI09887]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI09894]

Source: Linage Book of the National Society of the Daughters of theAmerican Revolution, Vol 1 52 (1919). Washington, D.C.: Press Judd &Detweiler, Inc., 1936.

Judge of County Court of Troupe County, GA.
Represented Troupe County in Legislature in 1884-5.

Served in C.S.A. 4th GA Volunteers
41st GA Regiment

Retired from the bench to become a Methodist Minister.

[NI09919] Source: US Census, Kentucky - 1860

186/181 Blewett E. H. 40 M Farmer 6000 2500 KY
Tabitha M 30 F KY
John S 12 M KY
Mary S 10 F KY
Madorah 8 F KY
Sarah F 5 F KY
Amanda A 3 F KY
Breedlove Dicalb 16 M Farm Labor KY

Source: US Census, Kentucky - 1870
Sub Dist No 152, Simpson County, 22 Jun 1870
Franklin County

137/137 Blewett Eli H 50 M W Farmer 8000 600 KY
Tabitha 40 F W KY
John S. 28 M W works on Farm KY
Mary S. 18 F W KY
Sarah F 18 F W KY
Amanda A 13 F W KY
Thomas R 9 M W KY
Robert O 6 M W KY
Cyrene A 3 F W KY
Eli H 9/12 M W KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, E. H. 60 26 220
25 21
KY Simpson County

Tabitha W 50 KY
Thandia D 22 KY
Thomas R S 20 KY
Robert S 17 KY
Rena A D 14 KY
Eli H S 10 KY

Taylor Henry 16 KY

1882 elected Simpson Co. jailer

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Eli H Dec 1819 80 68 75
1 1
KY Simpson County

Tobitha M W Sep 1829 70 KY
Eli H, JR S Sep 1869 30 KY

Source: Kentucky Family Records, Vol XII, p.22

Source: Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol II
Editor: Thomas W. Westerfield
Published By: Genealogical Reference Co., 1972
Owensboro, KY

Kentucky, a History of the State
Author: Perrin, Battle, & Kniffin
Publication: orig. pub. F.A.Batty & Co., Louisville & Chicago, 1887
Publication: Reprint, Southern Historical Pree, Inc, POB 1267, Greenville, SC 29602-1267
Repository: Collection, AGP
Text: p.640
.

[NI09943]

Died Young.

[NI09956] S. probably Slater for his grandfather. Ref: Everitt/Everitt Family

[NI09998]

Twin of Julian.

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI10021]

Source: US Census California - 1900
Blewett, William C
CA Merceo

Clara E W Jun 1869 30
Carrie Lee D May 1889 11 CA
Hazel D Oct 1891 8 CA
Williw Margaret D Jun 1896 3 CA

[NI10096] O. L. Thomas, Ancestral Graves in Warren County, Kentucky, page 361C.
.

[NI10193]

!Source: Micro-Copy # M-432 Rool #81
1850 Federal Census - GA
p.379/755 6th District, Randolph County, GA; dtd 9 Aug 1850

82/82 Jessee Pollock 33 M W Farmer GA
Acenitha 23 F GA
Jno 9 M GA
M. A. 8 M GA
L. M. 7 M GA
Henry Likes 4 M GA
Jesse Gasoway 2 M GA

Source: History of Mitchell County (1857 - 1976)
By: Margaret Spence and Anna M. Fleming

p.10
Sheriff of Mitchell County 1864-1866.

[NI10220]

Birth Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Death Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI10246]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett Sam D Nov 1867 32
KY Simpson County

Flora W Feb 1867 33 KY
Bennie S May 1891 9 KY

[NI10251]

Friend Ovid died on or about 13 Jun 1836 in Carroll County, MS in ahunting accident. His est ate must have been a large one, as his widowwas required to post a $40,000 bond.

Source: Carroll County, MS, Probate Court Orders
Page 37, October Term of the Court 1836.

"Albert Young, a minor of Joseph Drake, his next friend applied to theCourt to establish a nu mcupative will of Friend Ovid Love and introducedSamuel B. Eskridge and Taliaferro Eskridge w ho gave in court thefollowing testimony viz. Samuel B. Eskridge says that Friend Ovid LOVEo n or about the 13th June last was hunting in the woods in this countythree or four miles fro m his residence and by an accidental shot wasmortally wounded and expired in fifteen minute s after he was shot. Whilelanguishing he was asked by some of the company whether he had an y wordto send to his wife. He said he had -- that she knew as well what to doas he could dir ect her. He was then asked what must be done withAlbert. He said he wanted him to have on e thousand dollars. This wasfive or tem minutes before he expired, beliving he was perfectl y in hissenses. Albert is the reputed natural son of the deceased. He left awidow and eigh t children of the marriage and one yet unborn, as it isbelived. He made no further provision . He appeared to be very sick fromthe wound and perfectly conscious that he would die, did n ot convince atall about his estate except in answer to questions asked him by other.He did no t call on any person to bear witness that he wished Albert tohave any portion of his estate . What is stated is all he said about theestate of Albert. Witness was to close neighbors o f deceased during hislifetime and never heard him say at anytime that he wished Albert to hav ea part of his estate at his death. He supposed the estate worth forthythousand dollars. Th e personal estate eighteen or twenty thousand.Witness was a brother-in-law of Love, Albert ha d not been long in thiscounty before the demise of Love. Taliaferro Eskridge also was presen tand confirmed the above statement.

From which evidence the Court ordered and adjusted that the evidence didnot establish the Wil l and the motion was accordingly over-ruled.

Source: Carroll Co., MS. Deed Book E. p.231
Richard Eskridge to William Swift et al.
Dated 22 Sep 1842.
Richard Eskridge of the first part, and William Swift, Julia Ann Bamburg,Josephus Love, Davi d Love, Friend O. Love, Jane Love, Mary Ann Love,Robertus Love, Chaste Love, Francis Love, gr andchildren of the first partand heirs of the body of Mary Ann Love, formerly Mary Ann Eskrid ge, nowborn, and to them in trust for such other heirs of Mary Ann as mayhereafter by born o f the second part.

Witness, he of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of $20in hand paid, and n atural love and affection by and for them of thesecond part.

Source: Willo Institute of Genealogy Publication, Nr. 2
Marengo County, AL
Marriages 1818-1828
Published by Pass Christian, MS, 1967

p.4 30 Aug 1821 Frienda O. Love and Maryan Swift. P.27

[NI10315]

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Marriage: Warren County, KY 1797 - 1851
From the Orginal Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI10329]

Henry H. Tooke, the first Ordinary of Thomas County, was a prominent and
popular citizen of his county. He was a bachelor.
Henry H. Tooke came with his mother and step-father, James M. Vickers,
from Pulaski County to Leon County, Florida where they owned a large
plantation near Lake Iamonee, a short distance from the Georgia line. He
moved to thomasville, Georgia and lived there until his death, December
18, 1873. He served as Clerk of the Superior Court, 1842-1848, and
when the office of Ordinary was created he was elected to the office in
1852 and held it until his death.

Mr. Tooke as stated, was never married. He made his home with his
sister, Mrs. James L. Seward, in Thomasville. He was disqualified for
military service in the Confederate Army on account of being a cripple,
but was one of the first and most liberal subscribers to the equipment of
troops and fulfilled the duties of his office during that period.

The "Tribute of Respect" published by St. Thomas Masonhic Lodge (of
which he was long a member) gives the following estimate of him as a
man: "Therefore, be it resolved, that, although his place in the Lodgehas
been vacant for years owing to his physical disability, yet shall we miss
him, as shall also the needy, to whose wails he never turned a deaf ear,
but ever gave with a liberal hand." The presentmets of the Grand Juries
during his more than a quarter of century service, always mentioned the
neatness and correctness of his records and commended the
administration of his duties.

Mr. Tooke's grave was one of the first in Laurel Hill, known as "the new
cemetery" of Thomasville.

[NI10332]

Served in both WW I and WW II.

[NI10349]

!Source of information on Richard Farrell Barker was provided by JohnBarker.

[NI10365]

Served in WW1.

[NI10385]

!Source of information on John Mark Barker family was provided by JohnBarker.

[NI10435]

!Source: NC State Department of Archives and History
Richmond County Wills

Book 1, p.67; 20 May 1799
Last Will and Testament of COL Edward Williams

Edward Williams of Richmond County, being at this time indisposed in body--

Wife Susannah Williams. The tract of land I possess on the Pee Dee Riverabove
Blewetts Ferry, during her widowhood. If she should marry, the above be
divided between my four sons, Thomas, George, William and Edward. Also,to my
sd wife during her life the tract of land and plantation whereon I nowlive
then to be sold and the money equally divided between my sd four sons.

Also, to my wife Susannah the following negroes, to-with- Tobe and Venus,
together with all my household furniture (two feather beds and furnexcepted),
stock of cattle and hogs, horses, etc., during her life and then to besold
(after deducting 100 lbs for the use of my grandson Edward WilliamBlewett) an
the money to be equally divided between my three sons, George, William,and
Edward Williams.

dau. Polly Williams. Negro woman named Sylvia and her child Huldah, one
feather bed and furniture.

son Edward Williams. One negro girl named Violet.

dau. Betsy Ann Blewett. Negro woman named Nancy and her child Lilly.

grandson Edward William Blewett. 100 lbs to be raised out of my estate as
above provided to be put at interest until he comes of age or expended onhis
education at the option of my executers. In case my said grandson shoulddie
in his nonage to 100 lbs to be the property of his sister Rebecca Blewett.

son Edward. A judgement against Rugsdale and a note against BurwellEvans.

App't my wife Susannah EXX and my friend
James Pickett and my son Thomas H. Williams
and Thomas Blewett executors.

Test: Buckner Nance, Nicholas Stone
and Julius Nichols
Edward Williams

Book I, p. 134
24th June 1813
Thomas Blewett of Richmond County
to Susannah Williams widow and relict of Edward
Williams, dec'd and Thomas Hill Williams, George I.
Williams and Edward Williams, devisees of
Edward Williams, dec'd----

That whereas the said Thomas Blewett and Edward Williams dec'd in thelifetime
of the said Edward, did agree that the said Thomas and the said Edward,or that
the said Thomas should on behalf of himself and the said Edward, purphasea
tract of land above Blewetts Ferry commonly called Clarks land, and theyalso
agreed that the said land should be divided between them-- and whereasthe said
Thomas Blewett did purchase the said land as sheriffs sale in the year1799 but
did not obtain a title from the sheriff in the lifetime of sd EdwardWilliams
but hath since obtained a deed-- and whereas the said Edward Williams byhis
last will and testment did devise his part of said tract of land to hiswife
the sd Susannah for and during her widowhood and that if she should marrythe
land to be sold and the money divided between the said Thomas HillWilliams,
George I. Williams, William Williams, and Edward Williams.

Now the said Thomas Blewett for and in consideration of the afsdpresmises and
for the purpose of effectuating the will of sd Edward Williams in his will
expressed and also in consideration of 10 lbs, doth confirm unto the said
Susannah during hew widowhood and the remainder to the said Thomas Hill
William, George I. Willaims, William Williams, and Edward Williams the
following tract of land, being the part agreed and divided by a line ofmarked
trees by the sd Edward in his lifetime and the said Thomas out of the land
purchased by sd Thomas as the property of Robert Clark heir at law ofThomas
Clark dec'd- beginning at an elm on the river bank- to a persimmon bush-to a
branch- up sd branch to an ash in said branch marked as a boundarybetween COL.
Edward Williams and the sd Thomas Blewett- containing 82 acres.

Proved Dec. Court 1814

Book I, p.135
21 Mar 1814

Whereas COL Edward Williams late of Richmond Co. departed this life andby his
last will and testament devised to his wfie Susannah relict and widow ofsd
dec'd a right and title (during her widowhood) in and to the lands whichhe
died possessed of on Pee Dee River, to-wit- one tract known by the nameof the
Clark tract; another by the name of the Moody tract and the third a patent
obtained in the name of Thomas H. Williams, all which was adjacent to each
other and lying between Blewetts and Daniel Thomas line-- and at theexporation
of the widowhood the lands were to fall in equal proportion andequalinterest
to his four sons Thomas H., George, William, and Edward-- and whereas thesd
Susannah by deed of relinquishment this day has relinquished all her right
devised by said will, to her four sons as follows- Thomass H. Williams
(stepson), George Williams, William Williams, and Edward G. Williams.

Now this indenture witnesses that I William Williams, one of the heirs and
legatees under the will and under the relinquishment of my mother afsdand for
the consideration of 500 dollars paid by Edward G. Williams, one of the
legatees afsd, do bargain and sell to the said Edward G. Williams all myrights
and interest to the said land and premises as derived from my fatherswill and
my mother relinquishment- being 1/4 part- and not withstanding that thesame is
undivided I hereby vest in the said Edward G. Williams my right in and tothe
same.

Proved Dec. Court 1814 William Williams
Book O, p.136

Thomas H. Williams late a resident of the City of New Orleans herebyappoint my
brother Edward G. Williams of the county of Richmond in the State of North
Carolina my true and lawful attorney to execute any title release or
relinguishment which may be necessary to convey all the rights, title or
interest which has or may accrue to me by virture of the las will andtestament
of my late father Edward Williams deceased to two tracts of land lyingabove
Blewetts Ferry in the county of Richmond. Also, to convey all the rights,
title and interest in me vested by a grant from the State of NorthCarolina
dated 21st October 1800 for 100 acres adj the tract afsd.

Test: Thos. P. Williams
Proved Dec Court 1814 Thomas H. Williams

Book I, p. 162
7th Feb 1815
Edward G. Williams
to Thomas G. Blewett- both of Richmond County

Consideration 600 dollars. The said Edward G. Williams by virture of apower
of attorney from Thomas H. Williams dated 21st Oct. 1814, sells to thesaid
Thomas G. Blewett one tract of land granted to the said Thomas H.Williams 21st
Oct 1800 in Richmond County.- beginning at a red oak on the bank of thePee Dee
River Moodys corner- to a pine Moodys 3rd corner- to Mooreheads corner,entered
4 Oct 1795 containing 100 acres. Also, by virtue of sd power of attorneydo
hereby transfer and confirm to the said Thomas G. Blewett the said ThomasH.
Willaims rights, title and interest in the two following tracts, being an
undivided 1/4 part- one tract containing 82 acres known by the name of the
Clark tract lying in Richmond on the Pee Dee River above Blewetts Ferry
beginning on the river bank- to a persimmon bush between Williams fenceand sd
river. One other tract containing 150 acres patented to Jacob Folkenberg2nd
March 1754 commonly called the Moody tract in Richmond County and on saidPee
Dee River- beginning at a live oak--

Proved June Court 1815 Edward G. Williams

Book I, p.164
7th Feb 1815
Edward G. Williams
to Thomas G. Blewett-- both of Richmond County--

900 dollars. One undivided half of the following tracts of land. Firsttract
containing 72 acres commonly called the Clark tract on the Pee Dee Riverabove
Blewetts Ferry- beginning at an elm on the river bank- to a persimmonbush- to
a branch- up sd branch to an ash in sd branch marked as a boundry betweenCOL
Edward Williams and Thomas Bleweet Sons- with the dividing line to asycamore
by a dogwood in a branch- to a sycamore in Clarks line. The second tract
containing 150 acres patented by Jacob Folkenbery 2nd March 1754 commonlyknown
as the Moody tract in Richmond on the said Pee Dee River- beginning at alive
oak- to a pine--

Proved June Court 1815 Edward G. Williams

Book I, p.233
21 Oct 1814

I, Thomas H. Williams do hereby give to my stepmother Susannah Williamsthe
relict of my deceased father Edward Williams my proportion of the netproceeds
of the sales of two tracts of land lying above Blewetts Ferry in Richmond
County and State of NC. In like manner I give to her the terms afsd 1/4of the
proceeds of a tract of 100 acres adj the afsd granted to me by the Stateof NC.

State of NC
Richmond County- Oct 21, 1814

I Susannah Williams of the county and state afsd for a valuableconsideration
do hereby transfer and make over to my youngest son Edward G. Williamsall the
rights interest and claim which accruses to me by virtue of the within
transfer.
her
Proved Dec Court 1815 Susannah X Williams
mark

Book I, p.239
21st Mar 1814

Whereas the late COL. Edwd Williams departed this life leaving a lastwill and
testament wherein he devised to his widow and heirs the lands which hedied
possessed and whereas it is doubtful wheather by the said will a certaintract
of land called the Clark tract was devised by the sd will or net, and incase
it was not the tract of land falls equally in joint proportion to male and
female legatees of said estate. Now this indenture withnesseth that I
Winnefred Williams, one of the female heirs, in consideration of the sumof 20
lbs have sold to my brother Edward G. Williams all rights, title andinterest
claim of demand which has or may accrue as legatee or otherwise in and tosaid
land and afsd tract generally known as the Clark tract- and relinquish and
renounce all claim to the real estate of my deceased father.

Proved Dec Court 1814 Winny Williams

[NI10438]

Lieut.-Colonel in the War of 1812.

[NI10446]

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Marriage: Warren County, KY 1797 - 1851
From the Orginal Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI10451]

!She was a School Teacher, unmarried, lived in Cottonwood, HoustonCounty, AL!

[NI10465] Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Bryon and Samuel. 1850 Census, South West Kentucky -- Counties of Christian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg and Warren. Nashville, Tennessee: Bryon Sistler and Associates, Inc., 1993.

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

Source: 1860 Federal Census for the State of Kentucky.

84/84 Blewett Tho H. W. 32 M Farmer 4320 1147 KY
Susan A 31 F TN
Susanna E 9 F KY
Eliz C 8 F KY
Victoria S. 6 F KY
James T 2 M KY
Mahala M. 2/12 F KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870
Woodburn District in the County of Warren, 23 Jun 1870
Woodburn, KY

5/15 Blewett Tho H. W. 42 M W Farmer 5375 1000 KY
Susan A 41 F W Housekeeper TN
Eliza C 19 F W KY
Victora G 16 F W Attend School KY
James T 12 M W Attend School KY
Mahala W 10 F W Attend School KY
Rebecha 8 F W Attend School KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, T. H. W. Dec 1827 72 72 106
1 14
KY Warren County

Susan W May 1829 71 TN
Rebecca D Dec 1861 38 KY
Ragland J. B GS Jan 1892 8 MO

Source: The Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 - 1865, Vol II
Edited By: Janet B. Hewett
Published By: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1995
Wilmington, NC
.

[NI10475]

Reference: Census of 1880
Farmer in Coryell County, Texas. Parents born in N.C.?

[NI10483] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI10487]

!Source: Our Todays and Yesterdays "A Story of Brunswick and the CostalIsland"
Arthor: Margaret Davis Cate

p. 270
Peter Massie of Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey.
To wife Sarah; to wife's daughter, Anna Elizabeth; to wife's mother,Hannah
Williams; plantation in Glynn County, "Bonaventure"; for the education ofthe
poor children of Glynn County $5,000.00, to be applied for that purposein the
manner directed by the Justices of the Inferior Court; $5,000.00 for the
education of the poor children in the City of Savannah, as directed by the
corporate authority of said city; to Rev Nicholas N. Murray and Rev. David
Magee of Elizabethtown $5,000.00 in trust for the education of poorchildren in
the township of Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey; to the AmericanBoard
of Commissioners for Foreign Missionaries, the residue of his estate,both real
and personal. Exrs. for Georgia property; Francis M. Scarlett, andStephen M.
Timmions. Witness: Francis D. Scarlett, Zachariah Timmons and Andrew B.
Scarlett.

Recorded: 31 Aug 1840.

[NI10500]

Lived in Henry Co., Alabama per Everitt/Everitt Family

[NI10502]

Moved to California.

[NI10503] Source: Kentucky. A History of the State
By: W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Company, 1887
Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI10514]

Moved from Austin Texas to:
San Antonio, Texas Jan 1, 1937
moved to Waco, Texas, July 1, 1944
moved to Rosenthal, Texas, March 1946
moved to San Antonio, Texas, October 31, 1978
moved to Altamonte Springs, FL September 1981
Went to work for The Texas Co. (Texaco) 1920, retired in 1962
Lived in Osage, Waxahachie, Corpus Christi, Port Arthur, and Beaumont
Texas.

[NI10519] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI10530]

Information per LDS (AFN:19Z6-7N), submitted by Patricia Joan Hoyrup,
12213 83rd Place, N.E.; Kirkland, WA 98033 and Mariano Casteleiro, 40
Howard Drive, Middleton, NY 10940

[NI10538] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

US CENSUS Kentucky, 1870
Sub Dist No 150, Simpson County
Franklin County

Blewett, Hensley G 32 M W Farmer 1,000 IN
Mary 25 F W Housekeeper TX

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, Hensley G 42 28 240
5 37
KY Woodburn Warren County

Mary W 35 TX
Vernon S 8 KY
Mahalia D 5 KY
Lizzie D 2 KY (Elizabeth)
.

[NI10540]

LDS Ancestral File list her as being born 7 May 1793 near Mcrae, Telfair
County, Georgia

[NI10547]

Place of birth per International Genealogical Index. This may be wrong
as this part of Georgia was not settled until later.
LDS Ancestral File lists as born in Telfair County, Georgia

[NI10556] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 61, Dwelling 840, Family 840, Lines 4-12, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South West Kentucky -- Counties of Christian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg and Warren. Nashville, Tennessee: Bryon Sistler and Associates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Westerfield, Thomas W. (edited by). Kentucky Genealogy andBiograph.
Vol II. Reprinted from 1886 from Kentucky: A History of the Stars.Owensboro, Kentucky: Genea logical Reference Co., 1971.

This information was taken from Nancy M. Blewett Andrew's death certificate: Register No . 0 9475
Personal and Statistical Particulars
County: Lincoln Township: S Seminole
Full Name: Nancy M. Andrews
Sex: F Col. or race: W S. M. W. D.: Widowed
Date of Birth: Jan 13th 1840 Age: 77 yrs 11 mos. 21 days
(so the tombstone has apparently has the wrong date also - showing the year born as 1842)
Occupation: Housewife
Birth Place: Warren Co. KY
Name of father: Unknown
Birth place of Father: Unknown
Maiden name of mother: Susan Harris
Birth place of mother: Ken
The above is true to the best of my knowledge.
Informant: B. L. Andrew
Address: Pason, OK Rt # 1
County Supt. of Public Health: W. __. Nash
Medical Certificate of Death
Date of death: Jan 4th 1917 (but we know it was 1918)
I hereby certify that I attended deceased from 12/13/1917 to 1/4/1918 that I saw her alive 1/ 3/1918, and that death occurred on the date stated above at 4 a.m.
The cause of death* as follows: Lobar pneumonia
Duration: 20 days
Signed: E. F. Hurlbut, M.D.
1/11/1917 (address) Meeker, OK
(again this date should be 1918)

Place of burial is not on death certificate but Nancy M. Andrew is buried in Gable Cemetery, Rural Lincoln Co. OK. Her son James Clarence (aka Clarence and J.C.) Andrew is buried on one side of her and his son Lee P.is buried on the other.
When Nancy M. Andrew left Kentucky, exact year/date unknown, she, B.L. (Ben), Mattie O., Jame s Clarence, and Richard Ewing moved to MO. A few years before my father's death in 1979 he told that Eugene stayed in KY with other members of the family. Nancy and her children lived in MO for only a few years, stories are told of them living in Blue Eye MO.(unproven), then moved to OK in about 1898. It is believed that Richard Ewing did not move with the family to OK but possibly (unproven) moved to KS.

Family information provided by:
NGB norbob@brightok.net

Burial: Gable Cemetery, Rural Lincoln Co OK

Census: Bet. 1860 - 1880, Kentucky

Census 2: 1900, OK Lincoln County (listed as widow)

Census 3: 1910, Kentucky, Simpson County.

Death Certificate: Copy in possession - some date errors

.

[NI10566]

1st LT Marines during Korean War.

[NI10574] Moved to Texas with her second husband Dr. Edson O. Arnold between
1868 (birth of child born in Georgia) and 1871 (birth of child born in
Texas)

[NI10589]

Reference: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of
Record of Pitt County, North Carolina
Deed Book M, page 473, 10/7/1791
Grantor: John Cason (D-1761)
Grantee: James Albriton, Jr.
15 A; -15. Former owner: Archibald Adams

[NI10593]

Reference: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of
Record of Pitt County, North Carolina
Deed Book M, page 495, 10/7/1791
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Jonathan Albriton
200 A; $100 (Spanish milled). Former owners: Thomas Nobles, Jonathan
Jolly, John Jolly, John McDearman. Mentioned: James Albriton, Sr. Wit.:
Colston Adams, Adam Albriton

[NI10594]

Reference: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of
Record of Pitt County, North Carolina
Deed Book O, page 335, 7/22/1799
Grantor: Gardner Moye and Betsey Moye, wife, Matthew James and Mary
James, wife, Adam Albritton, Jonathan Albritton, Luke Albritton, Joel
Albritton.
Grantee: Joel Albritton
141 A; -212. Former owner: Peter Albritton, dec. Grantors all heirs of
Peter Albritton, dec. Wit.: Josiah Carney

[NI10595]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, John S. 33 26 215
26 30
KY Franklin Simpson County

Edith J W 29 KY
Elizabeth M S 6 KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, John W. (S) Apr 1847 53 68 76
1 80
KY Simpson

Joe W May 1851 51 KY
Lizzie M D Nov 1874 25 KY
Gary M S May 1884 16 KY
May (Mary) D Nov 1886 13 KY
Roy S Jan 1891 9 KY

[NI10611]

!Source: Our Todays and Yesterdays
"A Story of Brunswick and the Coastal Islands"

Author: Margaret Davis Cate

p.270
Peter Massie of Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey. To Wife, Sarah;to
wife's daughter, Anna Elizabeth; to wife's mother, Hannah Williams;plantation
in Glynn County, "Bonaventure".

[NI10643]

Ala Private 162, Depot Brugade.

[NI10670]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett J. (T) R Oct 1860 39
KY Simpson

Mahalia W Jan 1870 29
Emory S Oct 1891 8 KY
Floyd S Oct 1893 6 KY
Lucile D May 1897 3 KY

[NI10689]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Robert O Oct 1863 36 68 79
15 62
KY Simpson County

Ida W Dec 1862 37 KY
Jesse S Jul 1883 16 KY
Mary L D Oct 1887 12 KY

Source: Kentucky. A History of the State
By: W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Co., 1887
Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL

Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol IV
Editor: Thomas W. Westerfield
Published By: Genealogical Reference Co., 1972
Owensboro, KY

[NI10708]

Went to New Jersey with his brother Redden W. Parramore according to
EFH.

[NI10711]

Born before August 11, 1852, death of mother. From EFH Notes.
Also says went to New Jersey.

[NI10715]

Died before the 1880 Census

[NI10733]

LDS Ancestral File lists Strickland-Strickling

[NI10760]

LDS Ancestral file shows shows birth at Lowndes now Brooks County,
Georgia or Decatuer, Decalb County, Georgia

[NI10770]

!Migrated to Lynn Haven Parish from England in 1635.
Probably born in London, England, although his family seems to haveorginated
in Hertfordshire, England. He was a church warden in Lynn Haven Parishand was
a successful tobacco planter. He died there in 1651.

Huxford Genealogical Society Volume IV Number IV Dec 1977.

Migrated to Lynn Haven Parish from England in 1635.
Probably born in London, England, although his family seems to have
originated in Hertfordshire, England. He was a church warden in Lynn
Haven Parish, Virginia and was a successful tobaco planter. He died
there in 1651 Huxford Genealogical Society Volume IV Number IV Dec
1977

Migrated to Lynn Haven Parish from England in 1635.
Probably born in London, England, although his family seems to have
originated in Hertfordshire, England. He was a church warden in Lynn
Haven Parish and was a successful tobaco planter. He died there in 1651
Huxford Genealogical Society Volume IV Number IV Dec 1977

[NI10776]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI10795]

!Corner of Decatur County, GA 1842 to 1860.

[NI10831] John married Elizabeth Turner, daughter of John Turner and Tabitha Mobley, on 5 March 1812 at Warren County, Kentucky. John Young was over 21, and consent for Elizabeth Turner was given by her father, John Turner. John Young, Sr., signed the marriage bond as surety with John Young, Jr.
John was enumerated as head of a household on the census of 1820 at Simpson County, Kentucky, as "John Young". His household consisted of two free white males under 10 years of age, one free white male of 26 and under 45, two free white females under 10 years of age, and one free white female of 26 and under 45.

John was enumerated as head of a household on the census of 1830 at Kentucky, as "John Young". His household consisted of one male under 5 years of age, two males of 5 and under 10 years, one male of 10 and under 15, one male of 15 and under 20, one male of 20 and under 30, one male of 40 and under 50, one female of 10 and under 15, one female of 15 and under 20, and one female of 30 and under 40.

John Young moved to Audrain County, Missouri from Simpson County, Kentucky in 1837.

John was enumerated as head of a household on the census of 1840 at Audrain County, Missouri, as "John Young". His household consisted of one male of 5 and under 10 years of age, one male of 10 and under 15, one male of 15 and under 20, one male of 50 and under 60, and one female of 30 and under 40.

John Young obtained a land patent for 40 acres at Missouri, on 1 June 1845.

John was enumerated as the head of a household on the census of 18 September 1850 at Missouri, as "John Young", a 66 year old male born in Virginia. He was a farmer and the value of his real estate was $1,000.. Enumerated with John were Elizabeth Young and Ephraim M. Young.

John died on 28 October 1852 at Missouri, at age 67.2 John was buried at Macedonia Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri. His gravestone is inscribed: "In memory of John born July 8, 1785 died Oct. 28, 1852 aged 67 yrs. 3 mo. 20 ds."

1850 US Census, Audrain County, Missouri, District 4, Page 187A, Dwelling 459, Family 482, Lines 36-38, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 391.

Audrain County Area Genealogical Society, Saling Township Cemetery Records, page 28.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, Page 32, 1812 - Young, John Jr., over 21, and Elizabeth Turner, Mar. 5, Sec: John Young, Sr., her cons by F (John Turner).

Jordan R. Dodd, Marriages Kentucky to 1850.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 32.

1820 US Census, Simpson County, Kentucky, Page 16, National Archives Microfilm M33, Roll 28.

1830 US Census, Simpson County, Kentucky, Page 295, National Archives Microfilm M19, Roll 41.

O. P. Williams, History of Audrain County, Missouri.

1840 US Census, Audrain County, Missouri, Page 4, National Archives Microfilm M704, Roll 200.

John Young Land Patent, "the North East quarter of the North East quarter of Section 8, in township fifty-two of Range twelve in the District of Lands ____ to sale at Fayette, Missouri, containing forty acres."
.

[NI10846]

He was from Valdosta, Georgia per EFH

[NI10852]

1880 Census: Madison County, Florida
Living in house with Francis Tull listed as stepfather, Clerk in Store.

[NI10853]

1880 Census: Madison County, Florida
Shown living in house with Francis Tull, apparently stepfather.

[NI10857]

James first appears in the records buying land in 1686 and was a
prosperous tobaco planter. His wife Ann, maiden name unknown. She
predeceased him.
Huxford Genealogical Society, Volume IV, Number IV, Dec 1977

James first appears in the records buying land in 1686 and was a
prosperous tobaco planter. His wife Ann, maiden name unknown. She
predeceased him.
Huxford Genealogical Society, Volume IV, Number IV, Dec 1977

[NI10863]

!Carrie Joyce Tyrner
13111 Ashland
Granderein, MO 64030

[NI10881]

Administrator of the estate of James Cason (father) and after closing
out his fathers estate sold out and moved to Pitt Co., N.C.
Husford Genealogical Society, Volume IV, Number IV, Dec 1977

Administrator of the estate of James Cason (father) and after closing
out his fathers estate sold out and moved to Pitt Co., N.C.
Husford Genealogical Society, Volume IV, Number IV, Dec 1977

[NI10887]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI10899]

Source; North Carolina Census - 1800

Blewitt William Richmond Co. NC 256 11100-00100-03

Source: North Carolina Census - 1830

Blewett, William Anso 057 NC TWP L

Anson County - Census 1830 5th Page 57
William Blewett, Jr - Sixty under 70
Sons - 2, 15 under 20
Daughters - 2, 5 under 10
- 2, 20 under 30
Wife - Fifty under 60

William Blewett, The Second moved to Georgia about 1833 for the health ofhis daughter Hannah.

Source: From: N. C. Department of Secretary of State Land Grant Office

Book 116, p. 4

William Blewett. 249 acres in Anson County beginning at a Red Oak one
hickory and two post oak pointers standing in David Blewetts line andruns with his said lin e North 140 poles to a maple standing on the riverbank, then up the river North 5 deg West 3 7 poles to a Holly and Watertree Spencer's corner, then with his said line South 65 West 28 0 poles toa stake in Auld's line amihst two pines and a black oak pointers, thenwith the sai d Auld's line North 70 East 69 poles to a pine amidst twoblack jack pointers, then South 25 4 poles to a stake amidst two Pines andone Black Oak pointers in Traver's line, then East 8 2 poles to a stake inTraver's Field, then North 190 poles to a Pine one Black Oak pointersBle wett's corner, then East with his said line 111 poles to the beginning.

Entered Aug 13, 1801
Granted Nov 3, 1802

Book 131, p. 77

William Blewett. 47 acres Anson County adj his own and Samuel Spencer's
Island beginning at a stake one Posiman one Pine pointers and runs North25 West 23 chains an d 50 links to a stake one Black Gum one Red Oakpointers, then South 78 West 17 chains to a st ake in Samuel Spencersline, then South 12 East 26 Chains and 50 links to a stake, then Nort h 68East 22 chains to the beginning.

Dated 20th Dec 1816
Entered 10th Jan 1816

Book S, p. 461
26 Nov 1819

William Blewett, Admr of the estate of David Blewett of Anson County to
Daniel Kelly of same

100 dollars. By virtue of a bond given by the said David Blewett to the
said Daniel Kelly - to be void on condition of making him the said Daniela
good title to 100 acres of land where the said David Blewett lived anddied -
and the said William Blewett admr as aforesaid do by these presentsconfirm to the said Danie l Kelly a tract of land in Anson beginning at aBlack Oak South West of Pee Dee River Willia m McCoy's corner - to a WhiteOak in the river bank - 100 acres which was granted to John Hame r bypatent 27 Sep 1756 - and also the seventh of the Fish traps attached tothe aforesaid 10 0 acres of land.

William Blewett
Test: James Wall
Wm Clark
Sarah Blewett
Proved Jan Term 1820 by James Wall

Source: McCaleb, Frances B., Letter to Gary Dale Trook, 9 Jan 1996. (155
Jaclyn Court, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104-7554).

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

William Blewett, originally move to Boston, Thomas County, GA. However,later moved to Decatu r County, land lot #75, now Grady County, GA.

Decatur County, GA. Deeds Recorded: June 18th 1846 Georgia, DecaturCounty.

This indenture made the Twenty-eight day of April in the year of our LordOne Thousand Eight H undred and Forty-Six between the heirs of WilliamBlewett, deceased late of said County and St ate to wit - Rebecca Blewettwidow, John Blewett, Wiley Blewett, David B. Blewett, and Rebecc a S.Blewett wherein and Samuel W. Patterson who married Sarah Blewett a childthey being all t he Heirs of the said William Blewett deceased of one part- all the aforesaid County and Stat e and Nathan Vickers of the other part.

_____ _____ that the aforesaid heirs of the Estate of William Blewettdeceased for and in cons ideration of the sum of Two hundred dollars tothem in hand paid at and before the delivery o f thsoe present the receipt- whereof is ________ acknowledge __________ bargained and sold an d do bythese present bargain sell _____ _____ can firm unto the said NathanVickers his heir s and assign one third of the lot of land known asdistinguished by number Twenty-five in th e Sixteen district of OrginallyEarly County now Decatur County the said third of said lot bei ng the_____ third of said lot adjoining number Forty-six in the aforesaiddistrict containin g Eighty-five acres be the same more or less to haveand hold the said bargained premiss unt o him the said Nathan Vickers hisheirs and assign to his and their's own proper use beneficen t behaveforever
_____ fee simple.

And the said heirs of the estate of William Blewett deceased now actingfor
themselves will warrant and forever defend the said bargained premissunto the said Nathan Vic kers his heirs and against the claim ofthemselves their heirs and assign and against the clai m or claims of allother forms whoever.

In Testimony whereof the said heirs have hereunto set hands and affixedtheir seals the day an d year first written.

Signed sealed and delivered in the present of us by Rebecca Blewett,widow, John Blewett, Wile y Blewett, David B. Blewett and Rebecca S.Blewett.

her
Micajah Polk Rebecca X Blewett
Allen Bishop, JP mark
John P. Dickerson John Blewett
Thomas Hines, JJG Wiley Blewett
David B. Blewett
Rebecca S. Blewett
Samuel W. Patterson

Recorded: August 12th, 1846 Georgia, Decatur County.

This indenture made this the Twenty-eight day of April in the year of ourLord One Thousand Ei ght Hundred and Forty-six between the heirs ofWilliam Blewett deceased late of said County an d State to wit - RebeccaBlewett widow, John Blewett, Wiley Blewett, David B. Blewett and Rebe ccaS. Blewett children and Samuel W. Patterson who married Sarah Blewettchild they being al l the heirs of the said William Blewett deceased ofthe one part all of the County and State a foresaid and William McElveanof the same place the other part _____ _____ that the aforesai d heirs ofthe Estate of the said William Blewett deceased for and in considerationof the su m of One Hundred and Fifty Dollars to them in hand paid at andbefore the delivery of these pr esent the accepted whereof _____ _____sell causing and comfirm unto the said William McElvea n his heirs andassign the middle third the dividing line from east to west of lot ofland know n and distinguished by number seventy-five in the sixteenthdistrict of originally Early Count y now Decatur County containingEighty-five acres be the same more or less to have and to hol d the saidbargained premises unto him the
said William McElvean his heirs and assign to his and their own proper use
benefit and behalf forever in fee simple and the said heirs of the estateof
William Blewett deceased now acting for themselves will warrant andforever defend the said ba rgained premises unto the said William McElveanhis heirs and assign against the claim to them selves their heirs andassigns and against the claims of all other persons whatsoever intestim ony whereof we the said heirs of the estate of William Blewettdeceased hence hereunto and ou r hands and affixed our seals the day andyear first above written.

Signed Sealed and delivered in present of us by Rebecca Blewett, widow,John Blewett, Wiley Bl ewett, David B. Blewett, Rebecca S. Blewett.

Her
Micajah Polk Rebecca X Blewett
Allen Bishop, JP Mark
John P. Dickinson John Blewett
Thomas Hines, JJG Wiley Blewett
David B Blewett
Rebecca S Blewett
Samuel W Patterson

[NI10906]

Abstract of North Carolina Wills
Cannon, Edward Beaufort and Hyde Precinct.
June 10, 1729. Sons: Edward, Dennis, William, Henry, David, John("my
plantation"). Daughters: Margaret, Sarah Woodard, Jane, Mary, Olif,Ruth.
Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Witnesses: John Knowis, John Lawhon,
Richard Abel. Clerk of the Court: Jno. Matlock.

[NI10931]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 407-54-8509

[NI10965]

Source of information on Denny Wayne Blewett family provided by Karen L.
Blewett.

[NI10980] Source: Lockhart Weekly Post, dtd. Thursday October 8, 1903.

William Blewett shot to death! was killed in front of his saloon thismorning
at 2:00 am. Shot by Tom Dancer, city Marshall of Lockhart, TX.

This morning at 2 o'clock the town was thrown into a fever of tenseexcitement by the report o f several shots, and few moments thereafter thenews was spread rapidly that Will Blewett, a s aloon keeper on South sidewas fatally wounded by City Marshall Tom Dancer. The shooting occu red infront of Blewett's saloon and the weapons used were shotguns. Thekilling is the resul t of a trouble which has existed between Dancer andBlewett for sometimes. Last night Blewet t had started home when a pistolwas heard. A few moments later Dance arrested Blewett on th e charge offiring the pistol. He was brought back to the saloon where arrangementsfor an app earance bond were made. A few moments later the shooting tookplace, shotguns at short rang e being used. One shot was fired at Dancerwhich took effect in his horse. Blewett was sho t in the face with No. 7birdshot, about 100 taking effect. He also received a six-shooter ba llflesh wound across the upper abdomen. Mr Blewett was conveyed to hishome in a dying condit ion and expired at 5:40 o'clock.

His funeral took place this afternoon in the family burying grounds onClear
Fork Creek four miles South of the city. Deceased leaves a wife and alarge
family of children to mourn his death.

State of Texas Taxes for Caldwell County 1891.

BLEWETT, W. T. 337 W. T. Blewett 460 200
for Mrs. L. Blewett 1 E.Berry 144 1057
1213 8463

C&T Carriages Mach Horses
Value Buggies & Wagons Value Tool & Mules Value
3575 9 200 75 61 1165

Jacks &
Cattle Value Jennets Value Hogs Value
149 696 7 30 24 45

Total State School AD
Value Tax Tax Valorem Spec Total
1152 192 144 461 72 869

Source: US Census Texas - 1900
Blewett, William T May 1859 GA 15 118
11 89
TX Caldwell

Mattie W Jan 1860 40 TX
Ivie S Jan 1883 17 TX
Katie D Sep 1885 14 TX
Willie S Sep 1887 12 TX
Edgar S Nov 1889 10 TX
Jessie D May 1894 6 TX
Kirby Jerone S Jun 1896 3 TX

Patton, Margaret ML Mar 1825 GA

[NI10998]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI11081]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 401-14-4092

[NI11109]

Source: Linage Records of Hardeman, Collier, Sparks, Love, Turner andOther Allied Families.

[NI11134]

!Source: Virginia's Eastern Shore
By: Ralph T. Whitelaw
Publishe By: Picton Press, Camden, Maine; 1989

p.449 1654 Patent to Thomas Bell for 350 acres.
1678 Bell (wife Mary) left to his son Thomas and two years latersold to
Francis Pettit.

p.454 1657 Patent to Thomas Bell for 227 acres.
1674 Thomas and Mary Bell gave this land to Thomas and Elizabeth
Gittings (Giddens), the later perhaps their dau.

p. 494 1678 Thomas Bell (wife Mary) left 250 acres home-part of theplantation
to his son Thomas and 300 acres balance to his son William and Robert.

[NI11152]

Reference: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of
Record of Pitt County, North Carolina.
Deed Book M, page 470, 6/1/1791
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Benjamin Adams, grandson, Levi Adams, grandson, Lewisa
Adams, granddaughter, Summer Adams, granddaughter
Negroes; love and aff. Grantees Benjamin, Levi, Lewisa, and Summer are
children of Jane Adams, daughter of John Cason, and Peter Adams, dec.
Wit.: John Presson, Thos. Daniel
Deed Book M, page 471, 10/7/1791
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Jane Adams
20 A; -10. Former owner: Archibald Adams. Wit.: Jacob Little, Jonathan
Albriton

[NI11158]

!Source: The Virginia Genealogist
Vol 10, Number 1 Whole Number 37
January - March 1966

[NI11164]

Reference: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of
Record of Pitt County, North Carolina
Deed Book M (1788-1794) page 484, 12/15/1791
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Eleanor Albriton, daughter
2 negroes; love and aff. Wit.: Robert Hatton, James Albriton
page 483, 10/7/1791
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Eleanor Albriton
181 A: -200. Former owner: Archibald Adams. Adj.: James Adams
Deed Book O, page 469, 7/1/1799
Grantor: Peter Albritton, Dec.
Grantee: Heirs of James Albritton, Jr. son; Adam Albritton, son; Jonathan
Albritton, son; Joel Albritton, son; Luke Albritton, son; Elizabeth Moye,
daughter; Mary James, daughter.
Division of land to children. Men.: Gardner Moye, husband of Elizabeth
Moye, daughter of Peter Albritton; Matthew James, husband of daughter
Mary James.

[NI11165]

Source: US Census California - 1910
Blewett, Hannibal Nov 1874 25
CA Merceo

Galveston M Dec 1845 54 KY
Betsy S S Sep 1880 19 KY
Effie J S Sep 1882 17 KY

[NI11190] Source: Family Bible of Christopher Harris, Jr.
Thomas Hill Blewett is recorded as Thomas W. Blewett.

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

1820 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, 1820 US Census, Page 63, Irving Library Microfilm M33, Roll 28.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Bryon and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg, and Warren. Nashville, Tennessee: Bryon Sistler and As sociates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Logan County Kentucky Records, Vol I
By: Lalla McCulley
Published By: Lalla McCalley, Lewisburg, KY

Source: Kentucky, a History of the State
Author: Perrin, Battle, & Kniffin
Publication: orig. pub. F.A.Batty & Co., Louisville & Chicago, 1887
Publication: Reprint, Southern Historical Pree, Inc, POB 1267, Greenville, SC 29602-1267
Repository: Collection, AGP
Text: p.640
.

[NI11202]

Ref: Volume II (1782-1801) Index and Abstracts of Deeds of Record of
Pitt County, North Carolina.
Deed Book M (1788-1794), page 496, 8/9/1791
Grantor: John Cason
Grantee: Francis Hatton, daughter, and her husband, John Hatton
2 negroes; love and aff. Wit.: Matts. Moore, Colson Adams
150 A; -150. Wit.: Moses Rountree, Moses Chance

[NI11354]

Source: US Census California - 1910
Blewett, Arthur R Jun 1876 23 KY
CA Merceo

[NI11361]

Living in Jacksonville, Florida in 1943.

[NI11362] Source: McCaleb, Frances B., Letter to Gary Dale Trook, 9 Jan 1996. (155
Jaclyn Court, Bowling Green, KY 42104-7554).

Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Bryon and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville, Tennessee: Bryon Sistler and Ass ociates, Inc. 1993.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol XVII,
issue 1 (spring 1994). Bowling Green, Kentucky: Southern KentuckyGenealogical Society, 1994 . page 24.

Marriage: Kentucky Family Archives, Vol III
By: Charles F. Hinds and Betsy Crawford
Published By: Kentucky Department of Library and Archives.

Marriage: Warren County, KY 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1850
District No 1, Warren County
2 Oct 1850

771/771 Blewett, E. W. 53 M Farmer 4000 NC
Lucy 48 F NC
Thomas H 25 M NC
Lucy 22 F KY
Susan L 20 F KY
Edward W 18 M KY
David L 16 M KY
Mary A 14 F KY
Elizabeth M 12 F KY
Joseph W 8 M KY
Howard M 5 M KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1860

58/58 Blewett Ed W. 60 M Farmer 15 750 23160 NC
Lucy 59 F NC
Ellis M 21 F Domestic KY
Jos M 19 M Laborer KY
Howard 16 M Laborer KY

Edward W. Blewett acquired 113 acres, beginning at the NE corner of Benjamin Turner at Warren County, Kentucky, from Eli K. Blewett on 12 February 1821. Witnesses were Alex Graham and A. W. Graham.. The deed was witnessed by Alexander Graham and E. W. Graham.5 Edward W. was enumerated as the head of a household on the census of 2 October 1850 at Kentucky, as "E. W. Blewitt", a 53 year old male born in North Carolina. He was a farmer and the value of his real estate was $4,000.

Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky1812-1821, page 148, Deed Book I9, 1818-1821, page 437. "Eli Blewitt to my son Edward W. Blewitt, for love and affection, as well as $1.00, 113 acres, beginning at NE corner of Benjamin Turner. Wit: Alex Graham, A. W. Graham."

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

.

[NI11368]

Twin

[NI11369]

Twin

[NI11388]

Niece of Ethel Butler, adopted by H. M. and Ethel S. Butler.

[NI11409]

Served in WWII

[NI11420]

Served in WWII

[NI11443]

Served in WWII.

[NI11534]

Garland was one of the Leading attorneys of Bowling Green.
A Member of the KY Legislature in 1835.
He moved to Lexington, Missouri in July 1870. (Westfield).

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville Tennessee: Bryon Sistler and Asso ciates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol.XVII,
Issue 4. P. O. Box 1782, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104-3256.

Source: Westerfield, Thomas W. (edited by). Kentucky Genealogy andBiography.
Vol II. Reprinted from 1886 from Kentucky: A History of the Stars.Owensboro, Kentucky: Genea logical Reference Co., 1971.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol XVII,
issue 1 (spring 1994). Bowling Green, Kentucky: Southern KentuckyGenealogical Society, 1994 , page 24.

Source: The Longhunter, Vol XII, issue 4 (winter 1989), from the Southern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green Kentucky, 1989.

Source: History of Kentucky, Vol II
By: Lewis Collins
Published By: Collins and Company, 1882
Covington, KY

Source: The Biography Encyclopaedia of Kentucky
Published: J. M. Armstrong and Company, 1878
Cincinnati, OH

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Orginial Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

[NI11542]

Source: US Census California - 1900
Blewett, Roy V Jun 1878 22 KY

[NI11582]

Thales Watts (1837-1892) was the youngest opf the children of Thomas
nd Susan Hutchins Watts. During the Civil War he served as a private in
Company E, 27th Texas Cavalry Regiment, Ross's Brigade. A bachelor, he
was almost forty years of age when he married Catherine E. (Katie)
Adams, daughter of Ballard Adams. They went to Tyler County to live.
"More Early Southeast Texas Families" by Madelein Martin; copyright
1978.

[NI11665]

!Medical: Died of Pneumonia, she had Melanomia Cancer.

[NI11709]

The heirs of E. K. Blewett are listed in the Application for Letters of
Administration are as follows: Harriet B. Turner, Sarah Barnes, B. M.Blewett, Rebecca Turner , Winnie Blewett, all residing in Laclede County,Missouri, and Christopher C. Blewett, residi ng in Kentucky. TheApplication was sworn to by W. W. Thomas on 5 July 1879. Blewett wasspel led Bluet in the 1860 Census. Some records have his name as Eli C.instead of Eli K.

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South WestKentucky -- Counties of C hristian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg andWarren. Nashville, Tennessee: Byron Sistler and Ass ociates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Tyler, Mrs. Hazle A., 1860 Federal Census, Laclede County,Missouri. (2258 S. Virgini a Ave., Springfield Missouri, 65807) 1984.Found in the Kinderhook Regional Library, Lebanon , Missouri 65536.

Source: Application for Letters of Administration, signed W. W. Thomas, 5July 1879. This wa s to allow Mr. Thomas to function as administrator ofEli K. Blewett's estate.

Source: Laclede County Historical Society (compiled by). Laclede County,
Missouri, Marriage Record; 1849-1881. Lebanon, Missouri: Laclede County
Historial Society, 1979.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, Vol.XVII,
Issue 2 (summer 1994). Bowling Green, Kentucky: Southern KentuckyGenealogical Society, 1994.

Source: Marriage Records filed in Laclede County, Missouri, on 27 Dec1870, now stored in th e county courthouse in Lebanon, Missouri.

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth

Source: US Census - Missouri 1870

1/1 Blewitt, Eli K. 58 M W Farmer 800/835 KY
Margaret 55 F W Keeping House KY
Sarah 24 F W KY
Benjamin M 18 M W Works on Farm KY
Rebecca 16 F W KY
Winney 14 F W KY

Military: The Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861 - 1865
Edited By: Janet B. Hewett
Published By: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1995
Wilmington, NC

Listed as: Blewet, E. C. MO 4th Inf. Co E
MO 1st and 4th Cons Inf. Co. E

[NI11738]

Social Security #452-09-5585

[NI11739]

Social Security #452-09-2386

[NI11741]

Social Security #452-09-4042

[NI11744]

Social Security #458-30-5070

[NI11745]

1850 Census:
Value of Real Estate $4,000
1860 Census:
Value of Real Estate $8,400
Value of Personal Estate $20,000
33 Slaves (15 Male & 18 Female)

Reference: "From the Red Hills of Florida 1528-1865" University of
Alabama Press
Chart of Plantation Owners in Jefferson County, FL 1850
Slaves 14, Acres 400, Improved Acres 230, Farm Value
$2,000 Livestock Value $1,850, Corn Pruduced 1,300 bushels, Cotton
Produced 57 bales. Information derived from U.S. Agriculture
Reports and Census.

[NI11748]

Also found reference that she was born 28 Nov 1825
1870 Census:
City of Thomasville, County of Thomas, Georgia
Living with D.S. & Emma Monroe
Value of Personal Estate $100
Listed as living in household:
Bessie 18
Alice 16
Noah 11
Flavios 1
Rhoda 88

[NI11750]

Married: North End Methodist Church

[NI11754]

SLGC PLAC 419-03-3680

[NI11771]

Lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Birthday 20 Dec per Mary Emma Monroe
Smith.

[NI11772]

Works for Brokage firm from Boston. In charge of operations West of
Mississippi. Jeniffer's birthday 21 Jul, Per Mary Emma Monroe Smith

[NI11776]

Died young.

[NI11785]

First Husband: Shelby Moore
Telephone # 512-847-3478
Wimberly, Texas

[NI11814]

Information per Mary Emma Smith

[NI11815]

Attended Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois
522 Balmoral Rd
Winter Park, FL 32789
628-4498
Birthday is Sept. 10

[NI11817]

Mrs. Sam R. Barnes
Box 1851
Trinity, TX 75862
409-594-2067

[NI11829]

Per Harvey Norvell Monroe 4/11/91
Living in a retirement community near Irvington, Virginia

[NI11830]

Adopted
Lives outside of Albuquerque, N.M.
Harvey N. Monroe
4272 Indian Springs Drive, NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
(505) 883-4365
Retired Naval Officer, former trust banker and lawyer

[NI11834]

Per Harvey Norvell Monroe 4/11/91
Have five married children and twelve grandchildren
Douglas Monroe
P.O. Box 518
Irvington, Virginia 22480

[NI11835]

Per Harvey Norvell Monroe 4/11/91
Have three unmaried children

[NI11839]

1830 Census: Edgecombe County, N.C. 313 Dist.
1860 Census: Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida with Noah Teat
1870 Census:
City of Thomasville, County of Thomas, Georgia
Listed as living with daughter-in-law, Elizabeth (Miller) Teat and
daughter Emma Teat Monroe, wife of Daniel Smith Monroe.

[NI11841]

1820 Census:
3 Slaves (2 Male & 1 Female)
Estate Records of Edgecomb County, N.C. 1820-1850, Volume II. 975.645
Teat, Abner, inventory taken by James Coker, special admr., Nov. 20,
1821, Nov. Ct. 1821. Account of sale held the same day. Rhoda Teat was
the Principal buyer, Nov. Ct. 1821. Additional sale held Dec. 22, 1821,
Feb. Ct. 1822. Account current with James Coker, Junr., admr., and audit
and settlement of account, Nov. Ct. 1823.

[NI11847]

1870 Census:
City of Thomasville, County of Thomas, Georgia
Listed as 11 years old, living with mother
1880 Census:
Listed as 19 years old, living with James P. Monroe in Lampasas, Texas;
Laborer

[NI11849]

Lived with E. A. and Lucinda Monroe Kornegay in Colorado County, Texas in
1870.
1880 Census:
Lived in Lampasas, Texas; Laborer; Age listed as 31; lived on Western
Avenue Street.

[NI11852]

1860 Census:
Value of Personal Estate: $4,165
Buried Springfield Methodist Church Cemetery - Adjacent to church. Can
be reached by going south from Lloyd, FL on S59, for approx. 1-1/2 miles,
turn left on dirt road for about 1/2 mile Cemetery is on right.
1880 Census:
Listed in Jefferson County, Florida as a farmer, new wife Fannie is
listed along with step-son Eugene Sheppard age 10.

[NI11856]

Buried Springfield Methodist Church Cemetery, See Thomas J. Teat for
location.

[NI11860]

1880 Census for Jefferson County, Florida lists him living with his
father and his occupation as Fishing for Market.

[NI11865]

Killed by Indians in AL.

[NI11887]

Never married.

[NI11903]

Has daughter who has 2 boys and one daughter, lives in Longview/Tyler,
Texas area.

[NI11919]

Birthday: 3 Oct. Information per Mary Emma Monroe Smith

[NI11922]

Wrote Childrens Books and Poetry

[NI11924]

J. P. Monroe
3113 Sandra Lane
Rowlett, Texas 75088
(214) 475-3934

[NI11925]

2409 Hidden Valley Dr.
Grand Junction, CO 81503
303-245-4784

[NI11931] Source: International Genealogical Index 3.04 -- North America. Copyright
1994. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South West Kentucky -- Counties of Christian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg and Warren. Nashville, Tennessee: Byron Sistler and Ass ociates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society. The Longhunter, VolXVII,
issue 1 (spring 1994), Bowling Green, Kentucky: Southern GenealogicalSociety, 1994.

Marriage: Warren County, KY 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870
District No. 2, Warren County
Post Office: Bowling Green

870/870 Blewett James L 61 M Farmer 3800 770 NC
William 20 M KY
Thomas 18 M KY

No deed has been found where James Love Blewett purchased the homestead but since Mary Elizabeth first went to Texas in 1861, it is believed that she may already owned the land through her first husband. A deed was found where her heirs were selling property but no derivation clause for the property. In one entry for cencusus, they are listed as Blewitt.

US Census Texas - 1870, Wise County, Prec. 9, Pg. 21, E. D. 18 Aug 1870.
Dwelling# 153, House #153
Blewett, James, age =71, farmer, pob =NC
Mary, age= 39, keep house, pob=GA
James, age=11, pob=Ark
George, age=9, pob=Ark
John, age=8, pob=TX

US Census Texas - 1880

Bluet, Elizabeth 46 GA 34 125
Pric 1 1 27
F TX Wise County

Rolin S 22
Allen S 20
Harris S 18
Sallie D 9
Joseph O. S 9
Granger S. S 6
Ann D 4

It is believed that these are the children of James Love Blewett 3rd wife Mary Elizabeth Whaley by her fist husband a Mr Andrews - possibly Wilson Andrews.

US Census Texas - 1900, Wise County, Prec. 1, Sheet #1, E. D. 2 June 1900 (Note: Per Ancestry.com Precinct 1 was outside of Decatur town lying to the East of the Ft. Worth and DRR and North of the Denton and Decatur wagon road.)
Dwelling# 12, House #12
Blewett, Mary, head of household, dob=Dec 1833, age=66, widowed, pob=GA
Andrews, Allen, Son, dob=May 1860, age=40, single, pob=Ark
Blewett, Joseph, Son, dob=July 1871, age=28, widowed, pob=TX
Williams, Emmet, grandson, dob=Nov 1892, single, pob=TX
Williams, Homer, grandson, dob=Aug 1895, single, pob=TX
Blewett, Lovie, grandson, dob=Sept 1895, single, pob=TX

US Census Texas - 1910, Wise County, Prec. 1, Sheet 3-B, E. D Apr 18, 1910
Dwelling# 61, House in # of visitation 61
Blewett, M. E., head of household, age=76, widowed, pob=GA
Andrews, George A, son, age=49, single, pob=Ark
Williams, Emmet, grandson, age=17, single, pob=TX
Williams, Homer I, grandson, age=14, single, pob=TX

.

[NI11932]

!Eric and Jan adopted their three lovely children.

[NI11951]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 400-01-9142

[NI11959]

2601 Vincent
Brownwood, Texas 76801
915-646-8094

[NI11964]

Married four times: Last wife was named Virginia

[NI11989]

4132 Grassmere
Dallas, Texas 75205
214-526-3459

[NI11995]

Bubba
409-594-6021

[NI11996]

6519 Fairlawn Dr.
McLean, Va. 22101
703-893-7264

[NI11998]

Died in Milledgeville Sanitarium.

[NI12011]

9302 Memorial Drive
Houston, Texas 77024

[NI12015]

Per Harvey Norvell Monroe April 11, 1991
Willie died under the age of 5

[NI12021]

Died from Measles contracted by sleeping with another child who was illwith
that disease.

[NI12063]

Information per Mary Emma Monroe Smith

[NI12074]

Killed a man who he caught with his wife. The grand jury no billed him.
Information supplied by Muriel Tooke. 16 Jan 1991

[NI12078]

Source: 1860 Federal Census for the State of Kentucky.

Source: Kentucky. A History of the State
By: W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Company, 1887
Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL

Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol II
Editor: Thomas W. Westerfield
Published By: Genealogical Reference Company, 1971
Owensboro, KY

[NI12089]

5527 River Tree
Spring, Texas 77379
713-370-8707

[NI12095]

The name Muriel Lee had been in the Tooke Family for 5 generations
according to Muriel Tooke Talley.

[NI12096]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, J. T. Jul 1858 41 72 106
1 27
KY Warren County

Victoria W May 1859 41
French S Jun 1890 9
Arline D Sep 1893 6

[NI12101]

Cremated, no marker on grave

[NI12105]

Lives in Conroe, Texas
Has two children, a boy and girl
409-756-6911

[NI12106]

Lives in Houston
Has two children, a boy and girl
She is Marsha Sweton's twin sister
713-461-6380

[NI12107]

Lives in Houston
Has two children, a boy and girl
She is Melissa Sweeton's twin sister
713-240-6675

[NI12108]

Clifton M. Monroe, Jr.
3026 El Ku Avenue
Escondido, CA 92025
(619) 489-9050

[NI12109]

Never Married.

[NI12113]

Lives in New Hampshire

[NI12116] Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Medical: died of an Enlargement of the Spleen Wall, ill for 2 1/2 yrs -
probably cancer of the Spleen.

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

US Census Records, Kentucky, 1870
Sub Dist No. 150 in the County of Simpson, KY 22 Jun 1870
Post Office: Franklin

Blewett John S. 23 M W Farmer 3,000 3,000 KY
Bettie A 43 F W KY
Keaniel 33 F W KY
Tabitha L. 25 F W KY
Ambrose P. 21 M W KY

This must be his son John Sylvester, as his father (John S.) died in 1859.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 63. "Blewitt, John S. and Elizabeth Harris, Sept. 11, his cons by F (Eli Blewitt) her cons by M (Mary Harris) "to marry Thomas S. Blewitt", m. Sept. 16 by Christopher Harris, Sec: Ambrose E. Harris.

John S. married Elizabeth Harris, daughter of Mary (?), on 11 September 1824 at Kentucky. Rev. Christopher Harris Jr. married the couple.
.

[NI12117]

Lives in Littleton Colorado
Divorced August 27, 1986

[NI12122]

Larry and Cynthia divorced, and Larry has been married once or twice
since. No details of these marriages known. Larry is sort of out oftouch
with the rest of the family.

[NI12123]

Lives in Oregon

[NI12142]

10320 North 37th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
(602) 996-3282

[NI12175]

Author of "I'm OK - You're OK" and "Staying OK"
Psychiatrist
Founder of Institute for Transctional Analysis
P.O. Box 255039
Sacramento, California 95865

1st Wife: Nadine
Child: Jane Thomas
2nd Wife: Virginia
No issue
3rd Wife: Georgina
Child: Thomas
Child: Louise Marshall
Child: Robert Paul
4th Wife: Amy Bjork
Child: Gretchen
Child: Heidi

[NI12214]

!SOURCE:
Spes Alit Agricolam "Tilghman/Tillman Family" dtd 1 Mar 1962

!Described in the Vistitation of Kent, as "Tichardus Tilghman deFauersham."
In History of County Kent, reference is made to the fact that the Tilghman
family of Faversham Hundred and the Tilghman family of Snodland Parish,were
one and the same family.

[NI12217]

Estate Records of Edgecombe County, N.C. 1820-1850 Vol II, 975.645:
Fountain, Solomon, account of sale held by Rhoda Teat, admrx., Sept. 23,
1837. James, Timothy, John, and Lodrick Fountain were buyers (Nov. Ct.
1837). Account current with the admrx. and audit and settlement of
estate. Division of the money arising from the estate among the six
heirs, namely, Rohda Teat, Rebecca Louis, Loderick Fountain, Timothy
Fountain, James Fountain, and the heirs of Cary Fountain, decd., Aug. 20,
1839 (Aug. Ct. 1839).
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Reference: Bible Records of Early Edgecombe (975.648)
Solomon Fountain d. in Edgecombe Co. 1836, age 98 yrs. Soldier in
Revolution of 1776.

[NI12224]

Reference: Bible Records of Early Edgecombe (975.648)
Loderick Fountain, s. of Solomon Fountain, b. 1756, m. Feb 15, 1832,
Priscilla Dixon. He settled near Leggett, Edgecombe Co., and is said to
have been buried in Fountain family cemetery there.

[NI12257]

Reference: Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, by Folks Huxford
Came to America about 1710 with a company of German Palatines and
settled in North Carlonia, founding the town of Newbern, North Carolina.

[NI12258]

Reference: Bible Records of Early Edgecomb (975.648)
Auliff Fountain, wife of Solomon Fountain d. Edgecombe Co. age 70 yrs.
(No dates)

[NI12297]

Per Mary Emma Monroe Smith
The Swift's came from Dalton, Georgia and were French Hugenots

[NI12308]

Live in Atlanta, Georgia, Radiologist
Per Mary Emma Monroe Smith

[NI12319]

Information from 1880 Census

[NI12321]

1870 Census:
Colorado County, Texas; Value of Real Estate $30,000; Value of Personal
Estate $6,000.

[NI12323]

!James Henry Holt was a Farmer and Saw Mill owner in Delwaood Community,
Mitchell, GA.

[NI12347]

Married

[NI12352]

Marriage Record: Jefferson County, Florida, Book "D", page 277

[NI12357]

Listed as step-son of Thomas J. Teat in 1880 Jefferson County, Florida
Census.

[NI12359]

1860 Census:
Jefferson County, Florida; Age listed as 30, Farmer born in North
Carolina.
1870 Census:
Jefferson County, Florida; Age listed as 50, Farmer, Value of Land $400
1880 Census:
Jefferson County, Florida; Age listed as 60, Farmer

[NI12371]

!Source of information on Mary beth Barker was provided by Sherri Kendall.

[NI12377]

Marriage date per Virginia Peterson
Levy per Virginia Peterson
1990 Census: Levi W. Boles

[NI12379]

!Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Mary F Jan 1845 55
KY McCracken County

Lizzie H D Jun 1878 21 KY
Junness E S Aug 1884 15 KY

[NI12388]

!Rickey died of Berry's Anuerism.

[NI12396]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, V. H. Jan 1872 28 51 72
9 19
KY McCraken County

Minnie W Oct 1875 24 KY
Sterling S Jul 1896 5 KY
Eula M D Dec 1899 5/12 KY

[NI12402]

!Jay legally change his last name to Taylor.

[NI12424]

!Described in the "Visitation of Kent" as being "de Selling" which is tosay
that he lived in the Parish of Snelling, Faversham Hundred.

[NI12464]

No Children per Frank Boles

[NI12470]

Died young per Frank Boles

[NI12477]

Reference: 1910 Census
Probably a Carter

[NI12484]

Lives in Illinois

[NI12485] Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 39.

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.
.

[NI12503]

Rt. 2, Box 957, Boston, GA 31626
(912) 735-5903
Listed in Phone Book as home of Mrs. Ethel Boles

[NI12507]

!Dr John Witherspoon was the president of Princeton, a member of the
Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independance.

[NI12533]

Died in Civil War per Mary Virginia Peterson

[NI12536]

Line 57717 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
BIRT DATE 29 FEB 1854

[NI12553]

Never Married.

[NI12563]

1830 Census: Jefferson County, Florida

1840 Census: Jefferson County, Florida
Francis P. Miller
Males under 5 - 2
Males 5/under 10 - 1
Males 10/under 15 - 2
Males 40/ under 50 - 1
Females 10/under 15 - 1
Females 15/under 20 - 1
Females 40/under 50 - 1
Slaves:
Males under 10 - 1
Males 24/under 26 - 2
Females under 10 - 1
Females 10/under 24 - 1
Females 36/under 55 - 1

1850 Census: Jefferson County, Florida,
Francis P. Miller, Age: 51, Farmer, Value of Real Estate $4800, Born in
North Carolina.
Catherine Miller, 51, F, Georgia
Reddick Miller, 26, M, Georgia
Andrew Miller, 20, M, Florida
Richardson Miller, 16, M, Florida
Henry Miller, 12, M, Florida
Mary Miller, 10, F, Florida

1860 Census: Jefferson County, Florida,
F. P. Miller, Age: 61, Value of Real Estate $7,200, Value of Personal
Estate $9,662, Born in North Carolina Catherine Miller, 62, F, Georgia
Henry W. Miller, 21, M, Farmer, Florida
Mary M. Miller, 15, Florida
Noah (Teat?), 7, Florida
1860 Slave Schedule: 19, 8 Male, 11 female

Florida Land: Records of the Tallahassee and Newnansville General Land
Office 1825-1892, Heritage Books, Inc.
#2686. Miller, Francis P.
Jan 28, 1829, 2 1/2 miles E. Stringer, Leon Co. W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sect. 26 Tp.
3 R. 3, north and east.
#3212. Miller, Francis P.
Jan 16, 1830, 2 miles NE Havana, Gadsden Co. E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sect. 26 Tp. 3
R. 3, north and east. Paid in scrip issued to Alex. Macomb, survivor of
Edgar and Macomb.
#457. Miller, Francis P.
Nov. 12, 1833, 1 mile S Finch, Jefferson Co. E 1/2SE 1/4 Sect. 23 Tp. 3 R.
3, north and east.
#5332. Miller, Francis P.
Dec. 8, 1835, 2 miles NE Stringer, Jefferson Co. W 1/2 SE 1/4 Sect. 23
Tp. 3 R. 3, north and east.

[NI12567]

Marriage Record: Book "B" page 199, Jefferson County, Florida

Index:
Soldiers of Florida/Florida State Library (Civil War) F-973.7 (F636)
Miller, Andrew J., Co. E, 3rd Regiment Infantry, page 108

[NI12569]

Index: Soldiers of Florida/Florida State Library F-973.7 (F636)
Miller, Henry W. Co. E, 3rd Regiment Florida Infantry, page 109
Civil War

[NI12573]

Book or Records of Leon County, Florida by DAR 1937
Florida State Library, Tallahassee
page 63
1850, No Date, Isaac Miller to Mary Rebecca Hyman by _ _ _ _ _ _ .

[NI12579]

Marriage Record: Book "C", page 295, Jefferson County, Florida

[NI12635]

Bachelor, lives in New Orleans, Louisiana

[NI12653]

Source: The Longhunter, Vol. XII, issue 4 (winter 1989), form theSouthern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Kentuck, 1898.

[NI12660]

Source: Sprague, Stuart Seely. Kentuckians in Missouri. Including ManyWho Migrated by the w ay of Ohio, Indiana, or Illinois. Baltimore,Maryland:
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1984.

Benjamin T. was a Doctor of Divinity.

Source: US Census Missouri - 1880
Blewett, B. T. 59 KY 30 180
68 14
MO St Louis County

Alvis W W 54 ME
Lucy D 24 KY
Benjamin S 24 KY
Avis W D 20 KY
Scott S 29 KY
Francis DL 27 NY

Source: US Census Missouri - 1900
Blewett, Benjamin T Sep 1820 79 KY 84 125
71
MO St Louis County

Avis W Nov 1817 82 ME
Lucy D Oct 1852 48 KY
Benjamin S Feb 1856 44 KY
Avis D Jun 1860 39 KY

[NI12672] Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

International Genealogical Index, Film Number 962434, page 909.

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.
.

[NI12702] Source: Sistler, Barbara, Byron and Samuel. 1850 Census, South West Kentucky -- Counties of Christian, Logan, Simpson, Todd, Trigg, and Warren. Nashville, Tennessee: Byron Sistler and Associates, Inc., 1993.

Source: Coyle, Malle B. (compiled & edited by). Kentucky Cemetery Records
Volume II. Florence, Kentucky; Kentucky Society Daughters of the American
Revolution, 1968.

Source: Kentucky. A History of the State
By: J. H. Battle, W. H. Perrin and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Company, 1885
Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL

Burial: Kentucky Cemetery Records, Vol II
Compiled By: Malle B. Coyle
Published By: Kentucky Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 1968Florence, KY

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

US Census, Kentucky - 1870
Inhabitants in Burilwell District, 21 Jul 1870
P.O Box Burilwell

xxx/223 Blewett Tho H. 46 M W Tobacco Merchant 4,000 2655 KY
Sarah G 39 F W Keepinghouse KY
Wm D. 25 M W Farmer KY
Amanda 13 F W KY
Lucy M 12 F W KY
Mary M 8 F W KY
Ida 6 F W KY
Dora B 4 F W KY
Tho 4/12 M W KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, Thomas H 56 21 209
2 31
KY Marshall County

Sarah C W 49 KY
Lucy M D 21 KY
Mary M D 18 KY
Ida D 16 KY
Dora B D 14 KY
Hattie E D 7 KY
Martha J 24 KY
Thomas S 10 KY
.

[NI12719] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI12737] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI12755] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

Source: US Census, Kentucky - 1860

86/86 Blewett Ed W 28 M Farmer 4800 729 KY
Jane B 30 F KY
Elmira 5 F KY
Martha 4 F KY
Nancy 3 F KY
Lucy 2 F KY
Eliz 5/12 F KY

Source: US Census, Kentucky - 1870

Blewett, Edward W 38 KY
Jane B 40 W KY
Elmyra 15 F KY
Martha D 13 F KY
Lucy 11 F KY
Nancy 11 F KY
Elizabeth 9 F KY
Eliza 5 F KY
Samuel D 3 M KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Edward Mar 1832 68 68 78
4 2
KY Logan County

Jane W Nov 1829 71 KY
Lucy L D Nov 1857 42 KY
.

[NI12777]

Source: US Census TX - 1920
Blewett William J 104 94
2 69
W 61 TX
Jefferson County

Della W 59 TX
William H S 31 TX
Tom S S 29 TX
Bright Raymond SL 36 LA

[NI12792] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI12808]

Source: Will

William Covington Will dtd 1828
Wife: Elizabeth
Children: John
Emilea
Nancy
Elizabeth
Margaret
A young son no name

Sign, Seal & Delivered
in presence of
Thomas D. Panks
John Covington

[NI12811] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.
.

[NI12833] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

Thomas W. Westerfield, Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Volume IV, page 254.

Elizabeth married John Harrison Young, son of Benjamin Young and Rebecca Harris Blewett, on 26 December 1865 at Kentucky.
.

[NI12856] Rev John Robert Blewet, the Third child of Wiley Joseph Blewett, Sr and
Lucinda Adams. He was ordained to the office of Decon by LongbranchBaptist Church, Cario, Th omas County, GA on January 4, 1887. He waslater ordained to the Ministry of the Gospel Novem ber 4, 1890 atLongbranch Baptist Church. His first pastorate was Magnolia BaptistChurch, Dec atur County, GA.

Medical: Died of Pneumonia.

Source: US Census Georgia - 1900
Blewett, John Robert Apr 1864 40 GA 19 40
2212
GA Decatur

America W MAY 1870 30 GA
Johnie May D Jan 1888 12 GA
Willie O S May 1892 8 GA
Aten A S Jan 1894 6 GA
Thettica D May 1896 4 GA
Marvin S Mar 1898 2 GA

[NI12869] 1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1870

Blewett, Joseph W 38 KY
Mary 37 W KY
Eddy A 5 S KY
Elma 1 D KY

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900

Blewett, Joseph Jun 1841 58 68 78
15 42
KY Simpson County

Mary F W Mar 1842 57 KY
Blanch D Jun 1879 20 KY
.

[NI12874]

!Crystal was an adopted daughter.

[NI12885] Medical: Died of a massive heart failure, but it was feared that she alsohad Alzheimer's Dide ase, which was never proven before she died.

Gwendolyn Dorcus father was Thomas Latimore Pollock parents were JesseGasoway Pollock and Mar garet Mary Ann NeSmith. Mother was Bertha RebeccaHolt parents were James Henry Holt and Marg aret Rebecca Sullivan.

[NI12886] Howard Malcolm Blewett volunteered as a private in the Confederate Army (Co. B. 2nd Cavalry) August 14, 1862, together with Thomas Hill W. Blewett, and H. G. Blewett. After serving with John Hunt Morgan in the troops called "Morgan's Raiders", he was captured July 31, 1863, at Rank in Point, Ohio, and send as a Prisoner of War, to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois. On February 13, 1865, he was paroled at Camp Douglas and forwarded to Point Lookout, Maryland, for exchange.

Howard Malcolm Blewett died at the Kentucky Confederate Soldier's Home,Pewee Valley, Oldham County, Kentucky (near Louisville in Jefferson County).

1850 US Census, Warren County, Kentucky, District 1, Page 56, Dwelling 771, Family 771, Lines 5-15, National Archives Microfilm M432, Roll 220.

US Census Kentucky - 1870

xxx/13 Blewett Howard 26 M W Farmer 8500 900 KY
Elizabeth 24 F W House Keeper KY
Allice 2 F W KY
Lucy 17 F

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880
Blewett, H. M. 34 28 240
3 26

E. J. W 35 KY
Alice B D 12 KY
Willis H S 9 KY
Lina F D 6/12 KY
.

[NI12899]

Source: Social Security Death Index.
SSN: 701-01-9600

[NI12926]

Source: Us Census Missouri - 1900
Blewett, Scott H Nov 1850 49 KY 101 380
21 57
MO St Louis

Francis T W Jan 1855 45 NY

[NI12965] Source: North Carolina Census - 1800

Blewit, Eli Richmond Co. NC 256 30110-10100-02

Eli and Elizabeth immigrated to Kentucky and settled near Woodburn about1800.

Source: Dodd, Jordan R. (edited by). North Carolina Marriages - Early1800,
Bountiful, Utah; Precision Indexing; 1990.

Deeds
Indenture made January 13, 1811, Deed Book 5, page 278, between JohnSloss and Eli Blewett o f Warren County, Kentucky, 99 Acres, $150.00.
John Sloss
Nancy Sloss

Indenture made February 1, 1811, Book 5, page 380, between Mark Andrewsand Eli Blewett , bot h of Warren County, Kentucky, 100 acres, 100 poundspaid.
Mark Andrews
Elizabeth Andrews (her mark)

Indenture made April 21, 1818, Deed Book 8, page 471, between Eli Blewettand Benjamin Turner , both of Warren County, 80 acres, $100.00.
Eli Blewett

Indenture made November 28, 1818, Deed Book 9, page 11, between EliBlewett and Thomas Blewett , 110 acres, $100.00.
Eli Blewett
Betsy Ann Blewett

Order Book "E", page 34
County Court record for the County of Warren at Court House on Monday,December 4, 1815. Orde red that Eli Blewett and Benjamin Turner and theirhands assist William D. Mason in keeping ro ad in repair of which he issurveyor (supervisor?).

Indenture made February 5, 1821, Deed Book 9, page 437. Between Eli Blewett and Edward W. Ble wett, both of Warren County, consideration, loveand affection and $1.00 to said Edward W. Blewett, 113 acres.
Eli Blewett

Indenture made December 1, 1823, Deed Book 11, page 127, between EliBlewett and Edward Blewet t, both of Warren County, 118 acres,consideration $780.00.
Eli Blewett

A Tax list, Warren County Kentucky, 1806, Commissioner's Book shows the
following rendition: Eli Bluet, 300 acres, 3rd rate land, Warren County
Watercourse Barrens. 400 acres, 3rd rate land in Warren County,Watercourse Barrens.

On July 20, 1807, Surveyor's Book A, page 557, Warren County, Kentucky,
surveyed for Eli Blewett 180 acres of land by virtue of a certificategranted
by the county Court of Warren County #1649, signed Thomas A. Covington,D.S. and E.M. Covingto n, W.C.

Surveyed on June 21, 1813 for Eli Blewett, Surveyors Book B, page 117,200 acres of land assig nee of Bennett Wood who was assignee of DanielSmith by virtue of Certificate granted by Warre n Court.
Signed: J.W. Covington, D.C., and E.M. Covington, W.C.

Indenture made January 19, 1811, Deed Book 5, page 388, between EliBlewett and John Turner, b oth of Warren County, Kentucky, 100 acres ofland, consideration $300.00.
Signed Eli Blewett and Betsy Ann Blewett

Indenture made January 11, 1827, Deed Book 12, page 306, between EliBlewett and Edward W. Ble wett, 10 acres, Warren County, Kentucky,consideration $40.00.

Indenture made February 21, 1829, Deed Book 13, page 273, between EliBlewett and Coleman Wats on, 17 acres, consideration $50.00.
Eli Blewett

Indenture made August 2, 1831, Deed Book 14, page 241, between EliBlewett and Edward Blewett , 69 acres, consideration $278.00.
Eli Blewett

Indenture made October 15, 1833, Deed Book 15, page 328, between EliBlewett and Isaac Stahl , 108 acres, consideration $300.00.
Eli Blewett

Indenture made March 16, 1835, Deed Book 85, page 578, between EliBlewett and Rebecca Hartlan d, 113 acres, consideration $339.00.
Eli Blewett

Indenture made January 10, 1837, Book 16, page 277, between John S.Trewitt (Truitt) and Eli K . Blewett, 150 acres of land, consideration$500.00.

Indenture made January 30, 1837, Deed Book 16, page 411, between Eli K.Blewett and Jesse M. A ndrews, 2 acres, consideration $10.00 of currentmoney of Kentucky.
Eli Blewett

US Census Richmond County, NC - 1800

Blewit, Eli 30110-10100-2

Kentucky Census Records
I. Warren County - Census 1810 3rd - Census, page 10
Eli Blewett - Approximately 45
Sons - 2, under 5 years of age
- 2, under 10 years of age
- 1, under 18 years of age
Wife - 1
dau - 2
- 1
- 1
Slaves - 2

5th Census, page 62
Garland J. Blewett - Between age of 20 and 30
Sons - 2, under 5
- 1, under 10
Wife - Between age of 30 and 40

5th Census - 1830 - page 85
Thomas Blewett - Between age of 30 and 40
Sons - 1, under 5
- 1, under 18
Daughters - 1, under 5
- 2, under 10
- 1, under 15
Wife - Between 30 and 40

II. Simpson County

John S. Blewett - Between 30 and 40
Wife - Between 40 and 50
Daughters - 2, under 5

Note: None of the records give names of children. Only numbers in
columns, denoting age bracket, and whether male or female.

No Blewett names appear in 1820 Census in Warren or Simpson Counties.None in Logan County.

III. Warren County 1840 Census, page 36
Eli K. Blewett - between 20 and 30
Sons - 2, 5 under 10
Daughters - 1, 5 under 10
Wife - between 20 and 30

IV. Warren County 1850 Census
Bunch, Elizabeth Age 72 Born PA
Harris, Nancy 68 NC
Blewett, Geo. L. 28 KY
Nancy L. 29 KY
William Baxter 8 KY
Jas. R. 6 KY
Ann E. 5 KY
George H. 4 KY
Samuel R. 3 KY
Maria J. 1 KY

Blewett, C.E. 24 male KY Warren Co.
A. Female KY Warren Co.

Blewett, Wm. H. 26 Male KY Warren Co.
M. 24 Female KY Warren Co.
O.A. 3 mo. Male KY Warren Co

Blewett, James 51 NC
Sarah 44 KY
Garland J. 26 KY
Elizabeth A. 23 KY
Sarah J. 21 KY
James L. 18 KY
Mary J. 15 KY
Wm. R. 10 KY
Thos. 6 KY

Blewett, E. W. 53 NC
Lucy 48 NC
Thomas H. 25 NC
Lucy 22 KY
Susan L. 22 KY
Edward W. 18 KY
David L. 16 KY
Mary A. 14 KY
Elizabeth M. 12 KY
Joseph W. 8 KY
Howard M. 5 KY

Blewett, Elizabeth G. 46 KY
Albert E. 19 KY
Alex C. 15 KY
Garland J. 13 KY
Edward M. 11 KY
Mary J. 9 KY
Sarah M. 7 KY

Blewett, Susanna 52 KY
Thomas 22 KY
Susanna 18 KY
Sarah 16 KY
Margaret 14 KY

Blewett, E. K. 38 KY
Margaret 35 KY
Christopher M. 15 KY
Eli C. 12 KY
John C. 9 KY
Harriett S. 8 KY
Sarah C. 4 KY

Wood, Sarah

Marriage Register, Warren County, Kentucky, 1797-1850

10-24-1819 - Edward W. Blewett married Lucy Leaton
8- 2-1821 - James L. Blewett Married Mariah Bunch
12-22-1833 - Eli Blewett married Margaret Wood

Eli K. Blewett acquired 99 acres and 30 poles for $150.00 at Warren County, Kentucky, from John Sloss on 13 January 1811. The deed was witnessed by John turner and David Morris.

Eli K. Blewett and Elizabeth Ann Blewett conveyed 100 acres for $300.00 at Kentucky, to John Turner on 19 January 1811. The deed was witnessed by Edward Turner and Asa Covington. Eli Blewit and Edward Turner witnessed a deed conveying a tract of land of 82 1/2 acres for L80 at Kentucky, from David Morris and Patsy Morris to John Turner on 29 January 1811. Eli K. Blewett conveyed 80 acres beginning at the end of John Turner lane for $100.00 at Kentucky, to Benjamin Turner on 21 April 1818. There were no witnesses. Eli K. Blewett conveyed 113 acres, beginning at the NE corner of Benjamin Turner at Kentucky, to Edward Turner on 12 February 1821. Witnesses were Alex Graham and A. W. Graham.. The deed was witnessed by Alexander Graham and E. W. Graham. Eli K. Blewett signed the marriage bond of John Turner as surety on 17 April 1826 at Kentucky.
Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky1812-1821, page 93, citing Warren County Deed Book E5, 1809-1812, page 378.

Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky1812-1821.

Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky1812-1821, page 93, citing Warren County Deed Book E5, 1809-1812.

Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky1812-1821, page 96. Deed Book H8, 1816, 1818, page 471 - 21 Apr 1818, Eli Blewitt to Benjamin Turner, 80 acres beginning at the end of John Turner lane, consideration being $100.00. Wit: None.

Joyce Martin Murray, Deed Abstracts of Warren County Kentucky1812-1821, page 148. Deed Book I9, 1818-1821, page 437. Eli Blewitt to my son Edward W. Blewitt, for love and affection, as well as $1.00, 113 acres, beginning at NE corner of Benjamin Turner. Wit: Alex Graham, A. W. Graham.

Warren County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds.

O. L. Thomas, Ancestral Graves in Warren County, Kentucky, page 361.
.

[NI12998]

Never Married.

[NI13032]

Source: The Family Bible of Helen May (Blewett) Argall and her personal
memory.

Source: The Longhunter, Vol. XII, issue 4 (winter 1989), form the Southern
Kentucky Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1989.

[NI13042] Source: Banner Blue Software. Printed from GRS 3.04. Copyright 1995.

Marriage: Warren County, KY Marriages 1797 - 1851
From the Original Marriage Bonds and Consents
By: Helen Thomas, Mary Rabold and Elizabeth Price

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 39.

Mary Rabold, Elizabeth Price Helen Thomas, Warren County Marriages, 1797-1850, page 78.
.

[NI13074]

!Rebecca Thomas father was Rev Daniel Thomas, Sr parents were SimonThomas and
Susannah Sands. Rebecca Thomas mother was Sarah Covington parents wereJohn
Covington and Mary Airey.

[NI13077]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Lucy M Sep 1858 41
KY Marshall County

[NI13094]

Source: Kentucky, A History of the State
By: J. H. Battle, W. H. Perric and G. C. Kniffin
Published By: F. A. Battey and Company, 1885
Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL

Burial: Kentucky Cemetery Records, Vol II
Compiled By: Malle B. Coyle
Published By: Kentucky Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 1968Florence, KY

[NI13104]

!Dennis was Married and by his first marriage they had six sons: David,Daniel,
Donald, Douglas, Dennison and Derek.

[NI13148]

Medical: Asthma.

[NI13156]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1900
Blewett, Thomas A. (H) Feb 1870 30 54 109
194
KY Marshall County

Sallie B W Jul 1879 20 KY
Lorena D Dec 1899 6/12 KY

US Census Texas - 1910
Blewett, Thomas 34
TX Dallas

Sallie W 30
Lorena D 10
Joe B S 8
Elizabeth D 2

Source: US Census Texas - 1920
Blewett, T. H. 62 37
10 68
W 49 KY
Fannin County

Sallie W 40 TX
Joe Ben S 17 TX
Elizabeth S 11 TX

[NI13262]

Medical: Born with Asthma.

[NI13346]

Source: Christopher Thomas, The Immegrant 1609/10-1670
By: Louise Heiselman, 3918 Madison Ave; Lincoln, NE 68504

Christopher Thomas
Born: 17 Feb 1609/10 Died: 25 March 1670
Sundridge, Kent County, England Talbot County, MD

Christopher Thomas son of Tristram and Elizabeth Marsh, was born 17 Feb
1609/10, in Sundridge, Kent County, England. He was married about 1632.We
don't know to whom _____ or when she died. It may have been at the birthof
their son Tristran abt. 1633. We do know that she was dead by 1635. Itwas
stated in his fathers will that he had already been given his inheritance.
This probably happened when he married.

[NI13371]

!William L. McNeal was the first postman of Hico, Carroll County, TN.

[NI13449]

Source: The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol 1 (1635-1685)
By: Jane Baldwin Cotton

Source: Covington - Remembered
By: Da Costa Euclid Covington

p.19

Wrote the Will of Phillip Covington of Somerset County, MD.

Source: The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol 1 (1635-1685)
By: Jane Baldwin Cotton

p.3

Philip Covington, Somerset Co., MD (22 Jan 1732) (17Mar 1732/3)

...dau. Mary Jones and heirs, priviledges in any lands and marshes sold to
William and Daniel Jones...

Test: William Stoughton, John Leatherbury, William Jones, Thomas Bluett
(Blewitt).

Source: Covington Remembered
By: Da Costa Euclid Covington

p.19

Will of Philip Covington, 22 Jan 1732

Test: William Houghton, John Leatherbury, William Jones, Thomas Bluett

Source: Calendar of Kent County, Delware Probate Records 1680-1800
Compiled by: Leon deValinger, Jr

p. 131

Bluett, Thomas. Will Made July 30 1748. Dover. Heirs: wife Eleanor; dau.
Martha. Exec'x, wife Eleanor. Wits., Nicholas Ridgely, Peter Galloway,Robert
Willcocks. Prob. Feb. 3, 1748. Arch. vol A4, pages 149 & 154. Reg. ofWills,
Liber K, folio 1.

Source: Somerset County, State of Maryland, Judicial Records; 1733 to 1735
Abstracted by: Rebecca F. Miller

p. 26
Thomas Blewitt v. Thomas Dashiell gar. of James Emra
Wit. Robert King, gentleman, chief Justic of the court on 28 Nov 1732.
Court ordered that Bluett recover against Dashiell, garnishee of JamesEmra,
209 pounds of Tobacco for his costs of suit. [65-66]

[NI13450]

Michael K. Blewett retired from U. S. Army, Army Security Agency(INSCOMM) after 22.5 years o f active service.

Michael is a thirty-second degree K. C. C. H. Scottish Rite Mason, dualmember American Milita ry Scottish Rite Bodies Orient of CA where he is aPast Commander of Kodish and the Valley o f Houston; Past Master OutpostLodge, No. 895, Berlin, Germany and a dual member of Hay Marke t Lodge,No. 313 of VA and Jacques De Molay Lodge, No. 1390 of Hoston, TX; a PastHigh Priest o f Outpost Chapter No. 11 and Past Illustrious Master ofOutpost Council No. 11, Berlin, German y; a member of Fauquier R. A.Chapter, No. 25, The Plains, VA. and a member of Piedmont Comman dery, No.26, Manassas, VA.

Source: District Court of Harris County, TX
257th Judicial District

dtd: 11Jul 1996, Final Decree of Divorce.
After thirty years and 10 months of marriage.

Medical: Type II Diabetes.

[NI13474]

Source: US Census Kentucky - 1880

Blewett, Adaline 2 28 228
33 2

Dau of C. E. Blewett
KY Bowling Green

[NI13492]

!Walter Thomas Bickett became Governor of NC in 1916.

[NI13509]

!William M. Sullivan was in the Confederate Army and a Farmer.

[NI13596]

1850 Census:
Value of Real Estate $2,500
Slaves: 8 Male, 6 Female
1860 Census:
Value of Real Estate $10,000
Value of Personal Estate $28,000
Slaves: 17 Male, 14 Female
Farmer

8/27/1829, Thomas County, Georgia; purchased Lot #123, Dist. #18,
from Edward H. Maxey, Book A-1, page 244.

9/10/1829, Thomas County, Georgia; purchased male and female slave
from John Kirksey. Book A-1, page 244, 245.

11/19/1835, Thomas County, Georgia; Malcom Monroe purchased from
Murdock McKinnon Lots #376 and #377 plus 30 acres in Dist. #13 for
$800. Book B, page 309, 310

7/19/1838, Thomas County, Georgia; Malcom Monroe sold Lot #123, Dist.
#18 to Jason Brinson for $400. Book E, page 100

8/5/1839, Muscogee County, Georgia; James R. Jones, Exr. of Est. of
James Jones to Malcom Munroe, Lot #518, Dist. #13, Thomas County,
Georgia for $75. Book D-1, page 392

3/1/1842, Lowndes County, Georgia; Malcom Munroe and Daniel Munroe to
Elijah R. Young promissary note $3,243, Lots #450, 449 and 471 in Dist.
#12 Lowndes County and Lot #518 in Dist. #13 Thomas County for
$10.00. Book C, page 354, 355

4/17/1842, Thomas County, Georgia; Elander Nessmith to Malcom
Munroe, promissory note for $1,500, Lots #376, 377 and 30 acres in Dist.
#13, one man, one bay mare, 23 head of cattle, 50 head of hogs, 400
bushels of corn, 1,000# of bacon, household furniture, beds, four chairs
and one table for $5.00. Book C, page 352, 353

11/16/1842, Thomas County, Georgia; Malcom Monroe to Robert Peacock,
490 acres, Lot #518, Dist #13, Book F, page 268.

10/7/1843, Thomas County, Georgia; Malcom Munroe to Daniel Munroe for
$800, Lots #376, 377 and 30 acres. Book D-2, page 234

2/14/1848, Thomas County, Georgia; George Clewis to Malcom Monroe
and Ballard Adams, slave and Lot #135, Dist. #14. Book D, page 180, 181

12/30/1848, Thomas County, Georgia; Malcom Monroe and Ballard Adams
to James, Amos and Nahor Wheeler, Lot #135, Dist. #14. Book E, page
430

1/1/1851, Thomas County, Georgia; William G. Ponder to Malcom Munroe
Lot #97, Dist. #14 for $1,140. Book E, page 615

12/28/1866, Thomas County, Georgia; promissory note to William
McLendon for $750. Book L, page 79

[NI13624]

It is believed that He died in Civil War.

.

[NI13627] He consistently used the name "Harris Andrews" or J. H. Andrews, no documents can be found where he was referred to as "John Andrews".

.

[NI13645]

1860 Census:
Farmer
Value of Personal Estate, $4,000
Slaves: 2 Female
1870 Census:
Farmer
Value of Real Estate $10,000
Value of Personal Estate $1,000
Confederate Army Records: Co. A. 3rd Battalion Florida Calvary, Pvt.
Enlisted April 21, 1862 at Monticelo, FL. Discharged at Camp Jackson
July 30, 1862. Magnolia Dragoons Co. A Florida.
Pay for 4 Months $48
Horse for 4 Months $48

I certify that the written named, Francis A. Monroe a private of Captain
R. H. Partridge's Company of the Detachment, Florida Calvary. Born in
Thomas County, GA. Age 28 years; five feet eight inches high, Dark
complexion, Blue eyes, dark hair and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ from a farmer was
enlisted by R. H. Partridge at Monticello, FL on the 16th Day of April
1862 to serve for 3 years and is now entitled to discharge by reason of
disability. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - -

-
Reference: Confederate Records and History of the John B. Gordon
Chapter, UDC, LDS Microfilm #0164467

Mr. Frank A. Monroe, an old and highly esteemed citizen of Metcalfe, died
at the home of his son Dr. W. A. Monroe, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Monroe
was born in 1834 and has spent most of his life in this county. His is
survived by his son, Dr. W. A. Monroe and one daughter, Mrs. L. W. Boles,of
Barwick, as well as a number of grandchildren.

Mr. Monroe was a Confederate Veteran, having enlisted from Florida in
the company of Capt. Ben Partridge, now in Monticello. He was also a life
long member of the Baptist Church.

The remains passed through this city Thursday enroute to Evergreen
church in Brooks County, where they were laid to rest beside his beloved
wife, who had precided him to the grave several years ago. Rev. J. P.
McCann conducted the funeral services.

[NI13650]

Die as an infant from food poision.

[NI13658]

1860 Census:
Jefferson County, Florida
Page #15; #877; Dwelling #107, Family #107
Value of Personal Estate $10,000
Confederate Army Records: Thomas J. Monroe Co. A, 3rd Battalion Florida
Calvary, Private, Age 26, in Tallahassee April 30th, 1862. Joined April
21, 1862 at Monticello, Florida for 3 years. Discharged by reason of a
Substal???, Dec 31, 1862 also paid March & Apr 1863?
(Per Mary Emma Monroe Smith, Tom lived in Circleville, Texas between
Austin and Georgetown?)

[NI13671]

One of her sons was a Methodist Preacher in West Texas and also in the
printing business? He killed two men but was not indicted as it was in
self defence. This information supplied by Muriel Tooke 16 Jan 1991.
May have a middle name (initial J.) per Everitt/Everitt Family.

[NI13683]

Marriage Information: Recorded Jefferson County Courthouse July 15,
1865, File, Military Marriage
1870 Census:
City of Thomasville, County of Thomas, Georgia
Listed as City Butcher
Value of Real Estate $1,800
Value of Personal Estate $300
Confederate Army Records:
Daniel S. Monroe, 3:443
Co. B Ochlockonee Light Infantry, Thomas County, Georgia
29th Regiment Georgia Volunter Infantry, Army of Tennessee
Private July 27, 1861. Paroled Thomasville, Georgia May 20, 1865
(Per Mary Emma Monroe Smith, he sold Hides and was killed by his
horse when the buggy he was riding in turned over and the horse
kicked him to death. His second wife was the wife of a Judge
from Galveston who did not treat him very well. The Monroe
brothers took care of her and sent her money every month after
Dan S. died. She said that he rode a horse to Texas.)
1880 Census:
Lived on Olive Street in Lampasas, Texas; listed as laborer.
Tombstone showes date of birth as 29 Jan 1844.

[NI13691]

Burial: 11 Jun 1949, Auburn Cemetery, Auburn KY

.

[NI13708] Military sevice: Pvt, Kansas, 10th Ord. Guard Co.
.

[NI13725] Placed in Nursing Home in Michigan in 2002 - Alzheimer's Disease
.

[NI13730] Army Service Number: 1950, 16253222 Rank: E3 Reserve

Army Death Decord: 501130

Military Service: Died in Action - Korean War

[NI13744]

Buried in Waco, Texas Cemetary near her Mother
Married Isum Tooke, seperated but carried a Torch for him all her life.

Reference Census of 1880:
Lived with Susan Adams Monroe in Coryell County, Texas; School Teacher.
Inscription on tombstone "Life was a battle"
Information supplied by Muriel Tooke 16 Jan 1991. JKM

[NI13756]

1870 Census:
Living with Mother (Susan Adams Monroe) in Colorado County, Texas
listed as farm laborer.
1880 Census:
Living in Lampasas, Texas; Freighter; Lived on Live Oak St.
1900 Census:
Living on Farm that he owned in Hamilton County, Texas

[NI13767] He had Heart Problems.

[NI13774]

Retired Rutherford County Chief Deputy Property Assessor.

.

[NF0141]

Decatur County Marriage Book E page 673.

[NF0186]

Decatur County, GA Marriage Book A page 64.
Married by Rev Wiley Blewett (her Uncle) in Decatur County, GA
.

[NF0201]

Decatur County Marriage Book AA page 107.

[NF0231]

Marriage from Decatur Countu Marriage Index, Book A-566.
.

[NF0235]

Decatur County Marriage Book B-382
.

[NF0739]

Decatur County, Ga Marriage Book A page 41.

[NF1233]

Decatur County, Ga Marriage Book D page 357.

[NF1706]

Decatur County Marriage Book e page 456.

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Source: Talbot County Marriage Register

[NF3112]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF3196]

Decatur County Marriage Book AA-112
.

[NF3203]

Decatur County Marriage Index, Book D-638
.

[NF3531]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF3532]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF3647]

Marriage records show name as Tapley Holt. Marriage ceremony performedby A. F. Edwards, M.G.

[NF3819]

Marriage Source: Decatur County Marriage Book AA p.90.

[NF3928]

Source: History of Greene Co., GA
By Rice and Williams

[NF4028]

Marriage: Decatur County, Ga Marriage Book H, page 30

Updated family information provided by Robert Holt of AL.

[NF4037]

Marriage: Decatur County, Ga Marriage Book E, page 327

[NF4038]

Marriage: Decatur County Marriage Book H, page 11.

[NF4112]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF4151]

Decatur County Marriage Index, Book H-411
.

[NF4265]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF4288]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF4310]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA

[NF4321]

Source: Thomas Blewett Bible
Published by John E. Potter & Co., Philadelphia, PA


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