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Descendants of John FAIRLEY

By Robert Lee "Bob" Davis

Generation No. 1

I. John1 FAIRLEY was born 1717 in Argyleshire, Scotland, and died July 04, 1798 in Richmond Co., NC.. He married Margaret STUART 1747 in Argyleshire, Scotland. She was born 1719 in Scotland, and died August 20, 1781 in Richmond Co., NC..

Children of John FAIRLEY and Margaret STUART are:

1. John1 FAIRLEY was born 1717 in Argyleshire, Scotland, and died July 04, 1798 in Richmond Co., NC.. He married Margaret STUART 1747 in Argyleshire, Scotland. She was born 1719 in Scotland, and died August 20, 1781 in Richmond Co., NC..

Children of John FAIRLEY and Margaret STUART are:

+ 2 i. Archibald2 FAIRLEY, born 1749 in Argyleshire, Scotland.
3 ii. Mary FAIRLEY, born 1751 in Argyleshire, Scotland. She married Patrick Paraban McEACHIN; born Abt. 1751 in Scotland.
+ 4 iii. Alexander FAIRLEY, born 1753 in Argyleshire, Scotland; died December 25, 1827 in Robeson Co., NC..
+ 5 iv. Nancy Ann FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1755 in Argyleshire, Scotland; died Bef. 1798 in Richmond Co., NC..
6 v. Robert FAIRLEY, born 1760 in Argyleshire, Scotland; died May 09, 1821 in Robeson Co., NC.. He married Effie PATTERSON; born Abt. 1760.
+ 7 vi. John FAIRLEY, born 1763 in Argyleshire, Scotland; died April 18, 1854 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi.

Generation No. 2

2. Archibald2 FAIRLEY (John1) was born 1749 in Argyleshire, Scotland. He married Mary McRAE. She was born Abt. 1751.

Children of Archibald FAIRLEY and Mary McRAE are:

+ 8 i. John "Judge"3 FAIRLEY, born 1778 in Richmond Co., North Carolina; died 1867.
+ 9 ii. Peter FAIRLEY, born 1783 in Argyleshire, Scotland.
+ 10 iii. Esquire Angur FAIRLEY, born 1785.
11 iv. Alexander FAIRLEY, born 1789.
12 v. Margaret FAIRLEY, born 1791.
13 vi. Sarah FAIRLEY, born 1793.
+ 14 vii. Archibald FAIRLEY Sr., born 1795 in Richmond Co., North Carolina.

4. Alexander2 FAIRLEY (John1) was born 1753 in Argyleshire, Scotland, and died December 25, 1827 in Robeson Co., NC.. He married Abigail Effie McLAURIN Abt. 1791. She was born 1769 in Scotland.
Children of Alexander FAIRLEY and Abigail McLAURIN are:

15 i. Daniel3 FAIRLEY, born in Robeson Co., NC.. He married (1) Mary "Polly" McARTHUR; born Abt. 1806. He married (2) Catherine LUCAS; born Abt. 1806.
16 ii. Archibald FAIRLEY, born May 01, 1792 in Robeson Co., NC.. He married Eliza McLEAN; born Abt. 1791.
+ 17 iii. Peter FAIRLEY, born July 15, 1793 in Richmond Co., NC..
18 iv. Margaret FAIRLEY, born 1795 in Robeson Co., NC.. She married Daniel McNAIR; born Abt. 1795.
19 v. Nancy FAIRLEY, born 1797 in Robeson Co., NC.. She married Peter McEACHLIN; born Abt. 1797.
20 vi. Catherine FAIRLEY, born 1799 in Robeson Co., NC..
21 vii. Mary FAIRLEY, born 1801 in Robeson Co., NC.. She married Daniel McMILLIAN; born Abt. 1801.
22 viii. John Laurin FAIRLEY, born 1805 in Robeson Co., NC.. He married Margaret McLAURIN; born Abt. 1805.

5. Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY (John1) was born Abt. 1755 in Argyleshire, Scotland, and died Bef. 1798 in Richmond Co., NC.. She married Angus McGILL, son of Archibald McGILL and ?. He was born Abt. 1755 in Scotland.

Child of Nancy FAIRLEY and Angus McGILL is:

+ 23 i. Flora3 McGILL, born 1783 in Richmond Co., North Carolina; died December 11, 1859.

7. John2 FAIRLEY (John1) was born 1763 in Argyleshire, Scotland, and died April 18, 1854 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi. He married Katherine CRAWFORD. She was born 1768, and died July 31, 1833 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi.

Children of John FAIRLEY and Katherine CRAWFORD are:

+ 24 i. Alexander "Sandy"3 FAIRLEY, born 1797 in North Carolina; died Aft. 1850.
+ 25 ii. Peter * FAIRLEY, born December 24, 1798 in Richmond Co., North Carolina; died August 16, 1875 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
+ 26 iii. Archibald FAIRLEY, born 1801 in North Carolina; died 1860 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
27 iv. John FAIRLEY, born 1803.
28 v. Nancy FAIRLEY, born 1805.
29 vi. Barbara * FAIRLEY, born September 15, 1806; died June 28, 1888. She married James * PEARCE; born February 14, 1814; died November 07, 1886.
30 vii. Catherine FAIRLEY, born 1807.
31 viii. Christian FAIRLEY, born 1809.
32 ix. Effie FAIRLEY, born 1813.
33 x. Flora FAIRLEY, born 1815.
34 xi. Jeannette FAIRLEY, born 1820.
35 xii. Sarah FAIRLEY, born 1822.

Generation No. 3

8. John "Judge"3 FAIRLEY (Archibald2, John1) was born 1778 in Richmond Co., North Carolina, and died 1867. He married Isabelle McNAIR, daughter of Neal McNAIR and Jane. She was born October 04, 1790 in North Carolina, and died May 10, 1874.

Children of John FAIRLEY and Isabelle McNAIR are:

+ 36 i. David4 FAIRLEY.
37 ii. Archibald FAIRLEY, born 1811 in North Carolina; died November 11, 1908.
+ 38 iii. Mary FAIRLEY, born 1814 in North Carolina.
39 iv. Martha FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1821.
+ 40 v. John FAIRLEY Jr., born August 17, 1823; died November 04, 1909.
41 vi. James FAIRLEY, born February 19, 1823; died December 06, 1918.
42 vii. Daniel FAIRLEY, born 1835 in Mississippi.
+ 43 viii. Peter McNair FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1827.
+ 44 ix. Angus FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1830.
45 x. Jane FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1833. She married Alexander McLENDON; born 1833 in Jackson Co., Mississippi.

9. Peter3 FAIRLEY (Archibald2, John1) was born 1783 in Argyleshire, Scotland. He married Margaret LITTLE. She was born Abt. 1785.

Children of Peter FAIRLEY and Margaret LITTLE are:

+ 46 i. James Stuart4 FAIRLEY, born February 07, 1809 in Richmond Co., NC..
47 ii. Angus K. FAIRLEY, born 1811.

10. Esquire Angur3 FAIRLEY (Archibald2, John1) was born 1785. He married Flora McQUEEN. She was born Abt. 1785.

Children of Esquire FAIRLEY and Flora McQUEEN are:

+ 48 i. Angus John Knox4 FAIRLEY, born 1815 in Mississippi.
+ 49 ii. Peter FAIRLEY, born 1820 in Mississippi.

14. Archibald3 FAIRLEY Sr. (Archibald2, John1) was born 1795 in Richmond Co., North Carolina. He married ?.

Children of Archibald FAIRLEY and ? are:

50 i. Archibald4 FAIRLEY Jr., born Abt. 1830.
51 ii. James FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1832. He married Jane WILLIS; born Abt. 1832.
+ 52 iii. Effie Jane FAIRLEY, born 1835.
+ 53 iv. Flora A. Kathryn FAIRLEY, born 1834 in North Carolina.
+ 54 v. Matthew FAIRLEY, born 1829 in North Carolina.
+ 55 vi. Sarah FAIRLEY, born 1830 in North Carolina.

17. Peter3 FAIRLEY (Alexander2, John1) was born July 15, 1793 in Richmond Co., NC.. He married Mary Elizabeth McLAURIN 1818 in Jefferson Co., Ms.. She was born September 1795 in Caseyville, Richmond Co., NC..

Children of Peter FAIRLEY and Mary McLAURIN are:

+ 56 i. Abigail Effie4 FAIRLEY, born October 17, 1819 in Richmond Co., NC..
57 ii. Archibald Robert FAIRLEY, born August 14, 1821 in Jefferson Co., Ms.. He married Rebecca CARMICHAEL 1860 in Neshoba Co., Ms.; born Abt. 1821.
58 iii. Sarah FAIRLEY, born December 22, 1824 in Jefferson Co., Ms..
59 iv. Alexander Little FAIRLEY, born April 08, 1827 in Jefferson Co., Mississippi. He married Mary Elizabeth Torrey BUIE; born Abt. 1827.
60 v. Hugh James FAIRLEY, born August 01, 1829 in Jefferson Co., Ms.. He married (1) Margaret BAKER; born Abt. 1831. He married (2) Mahala Jane BUCKLES March 18, 1858 in Jefferson Co., Ms.; born Abt. 1829.
61 vi. Catherine Elma Penn FAIRLEY, born December 01, 1831 in Jefferson Co., Ms.. She married William S. SUGG in Jefferson Co., Ms.; born Abt. 1831.
62 vii. John Duncan FAIRLEY, born October 17, 1836 in Jefferson Co., Ms.. He married Anna TREVILLION; born Abt. 1836.
+ 63 viii. Daniel Patrick FAIRLEY, born May 15, 1840 in Jefferson Co., Ms..

23. Flora3 McGILL (Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born 1783 in Richmond Co., North Carolina, and died December 11, 1859. She married John FERGUSON, son of Malcolm FERGUSON and Margaret McDONALD. He was born May 03, 1776 in Richmond Co., North Carolina, and died January 03, 1835 in Jones Co., Mississippi.

Children of Flora McGILL and John FERGUSON are:

+ 64 i. Angus4 FERGUSON, born 1805 in Richmond Co., North Carolina.
+ 65 ii. Margaret FERGUSON, born November 10, 1809 in Richmond Co., North Carolina.
+ 66 iii. Malcolm FERGUSON, born 1811 in Wayne Co., Mississippi.
+ 67 iv. Elizabeth FERGUSON, born July 10, 1813 in Wayne Co., Ms.; died July 10, 1901.
68 v. Mary FERGUSON, born November 13, 1816 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died December 19, 1892.
69 vi. Flora FERGUSON, born 1818 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died 1903.
+ 70 vii. John FERGUSON, born February 24, 1820 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died May 03, 1884.
+ 71 viii. Annie FERGUSON, born 1809 in Wayne Co., Mississippi.
72 ix. Effie/Abigail FERGUSON, born November 25, 1824 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died June 18, 1900.
73 x. Sarah FERGUSON, born November 25, 1828 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died June 18, 1900.
74 xi. Catherine FERGUSON, born 1832 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died November 29, 1888.

24. Alexander "Sandy"3 FAIRLEY (John2, John1) was born 1797 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1850. He married Margaret Ann THOMPSON October 1822, daughter of James THOMPSON and ?. She was born 1804 in Effingham Co., Georgia, and died 1891 in Perry Co., Mississippi.

Children of Alexander FAIRLEY and Margaret THOMPSON are:

75 i. Mary4 FAIRLEY, born 1823 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. She married Benjamin P. McLEOD; born 1817 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1880.
+ 76 ii. Catherine FAIRLEY, born 1825 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1851.
77 iii. Mary FAIRLEY, born 1826 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Ms..
78 iv. John Thompson FAIRLEY, born 1828 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. He married B. B. WALKER; born Abt. 1830.
+ 79 v. Annie FAIRLEY, born July 04, 1830 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi; died May 13, 1923.
80 vi. Archibald FAIRLEY, born 1832 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. He married (1) Mildred WALLER; born Abt. 1834. He married (2) Cornilia McLAURIN February 14, 1877 in Simpson Co., Ms.. He married (3) Sabra McKAY August 20, 1884 in Jackson Co., Mississippi; born 1850 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 81 vii. Elizabeth Delilah FAIRLEY, born December 17, 1833 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi; died July 03, 1902 in Covington Co., Mississippi.
82 viii. Margaret FAIRLEY, born 1835 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. She married Benjamin LEONARD; born 1830 in Covington Co., Mississippi.
+ 83 ix. Jane FAIRLEY, born 1838 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi; died 1904.
84 x. Sarah FAIRLEY, born 1840 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. She married Jesse T. CALHOUN; born Abt. 1838.
+ 85 xi. Peter FAIRLEY, born April 17, 1841 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi.
86 xii. Alexander FAIRLEY, born 1843 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi.
87 xiii. Franklin FAIRLEY, born 1846 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. He married Isabell "Emma" RAMSAY; born 1848.
88 xiv. William W. FAIRLEY, born April 22, 1848 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi; died July 24, 1873.
+ 89 xv. Julius Kennedy FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1850 in Perry Co., Mississippi.

25. Peter *3 FAIRLEY (John2, John1) was born December 24, 1798 in Richmond Co., North Carolina, and died August 16, 1875 in Perry Co., Mississippi. He married Melissa Ann THOMAS. She was born September 18, 1820 in Georgia, and died November 28, 1888 in Perry Co., Mississippi.

Children of Peter FAIRLEY and Melissa THOMAS are:

90 i. Benjamin Franklin4 FAIRLEY, born 1847.
+ 91 ii. Margaret Catherine FAIRLEY, born November 06, 1848 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died February 15, 1915 in Wayne Co., Mississippi.
+ 92 iii. John C. FAIRLEY, born 1851.
+ 93 iv. Peter Lawrence Cambric FAIRLEY, born June 17, 1852 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died September 08, 1894 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 94 v. Alexander S. FAIRLEY, born July 28, 1854 in Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi; died November 28, 1933.
+ 95 vi. Clarissa Elizabeth FAIRLEY, born March 04, 1859 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died November 11, 1932 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 96 vii. Flora FAIRLEY, born 1864.

26. Archibald3 FAIRLEY (John2, John1) was born 1801 in North Carolina, and died 1860 in Perry Co., Mississippi. He married Sarah. She was born 1818, and died Aft. 1860 in Perry Co., Mississippi.

Children of Archibald FAIRLEY and Sarah are:

97 i. Peter4 FAIRLEY, born 1837.
98 ii. John FAIRLEY, born 1838.
99 iii. Abell FAIRLEY, born 1840.
100 iv. Alexander FAIRLEY, born 1842.
101 v. William FAIRLEY, born 1845.
102 vi. Catherine FAIRLEY, born 1847.
+ 103 vii. Levander FAIRLEY, born April 10, 1850 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died October 01, 1928 in Daisey, Jackson Co., Mississippi.

Generation No. 4

36. David4 FAIRLEY (John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) He married ?.

Child of David FAIRLEY and ? is:

104 i. Watson Mumford5 FAIRLEY, born 1873; died 1955.

38. Mary4 FAIRLEY (John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1814 in North Carolina. She married William J. RAMSAY III, son of William RAMSAY and Nancy HUEY. He was born December 15, 1811 in Leakesville, Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Mary FAIRLEY and William RAMSAY are:

105 i. John5 RAMSAY, born 1837 in Mississippi. He married Sarah CUNNINGHAM; born Abt. 1840.
106 ii. William "Rufus" RAMSAY, born 1839 in Mississippi.
107 iii. Andrew Jackson RAMSAY, born 1841 in Mississippi. He married Mary MYERS; born Abt. 1843.
108 iv. Amanda RAMSAY, born 1842 in Mississippi. She married Jack COWART; born Abt. 1840.
+ 109 v. Nephy Ann "Napsy" RAMSAY, born February 19, 1844 in Harrison Co., Mississippi; died April 05, 1883.
+ 110 vi. James Polk Ramsay, born December 23, 1845 in Mississippi; died November 05, 1911 in Coalville, Harrison Co., Mississippi.
111 vii. Isabell "Emma" RAMSAY, born 1848. She married Franklin FAIRLEY; born 1846 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi.
112 viii. Lewis C. Ramsay, born 1849.

40. John4 FAIRLEY Jr. (John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born August 17, 1823, and died November 04, 1909. He married Nancy McINTOSH January 04, 1868 in Greene Co., Mississippi, daughter of John McINTOSH and Rachel McINNIS. She was born June 08, 1845 in Vernal, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died October 22, 1925 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of John FAIRLEY and Nancy McINTOSH are:

+ 113 i. Watson5 FAIRLEY, born December 25, 1868 in George Co., Mississippi; died December 17, 1932.
114 ii. Mary Jane FAIRLEY, born June 07, 1870 in George Co., Mississippi; died June 02, 1953.
115 iii. Edith FAIRLEY, born March 03, 1873 in George Co., Mississippi; died November 09, 1955.
+ 116 iv. John McIntosh FAIRLEY, born June 20, 1873 in George Co., Mississippi; died April 26, 1951.
117 v. Rachel FAIRLEY, born June 29, 1875 in George Co., Mississippi. She married R. B. DRAUGHN; born Abt. 1873 in Benndale, Mississippi.
118 vi. Susan Bliss FAIRLEY, born July 30, 1877 in George Co., Mississippi; died September 30, 1884 in George Co., Mississippi.
+ 119 vii. Chester Eldridge FAIRLEY, born March 07, 1880 in George Co., Mississippi; died August 05, 1952.
120 viii. Catherine FAIRLEY, born April 29, 1884 in George Co., Ms..

43. Peter McNair4 FAIRLEY (John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born Abt. 1827. He married Sarah Ann * McKAY, daughter of Laughlin McKAY and Elizabeth VAUGHN. She was born May 03, 1828, and died August 03, 1889 in Moss Point, Jackson Co., Mississippi.

Children of Peter FAIRLEY and Sarah McKAY are:

121 i. Caleste5 FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1848.
122 ii. Oscar FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1850.
123 iii. Louisa FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1852.
124 iv. Bruner FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1854.
125 v. Harriet FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1856.

44. Angus4 FAIRLEY (John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born Abt. 1830. He married Laura MOORE. She was born Abt. 1830.

Children of Angus FAIRLEY and Laura MOORE are:

126 i. Isabel5 FAIRLEY, born April 1868; died January 1873.
127 ii. INFANT FAIRLEY, born April 12, 1873; died April 12, 1873.

46. James Stuart4 FAIRLEY (Peter3, Archibald2, John1) was born February 07, 1809 in Richmond Co., NC.. He married Abigail Effie FAIRLEY September 18, 1839 in Copiah Co., Ms., daughter of Peter FAIRLEY and Mary McLAURIN. She was born October 17, 1819 in Richmond Co., NC..
Children of James FAIRLEY and Abigail FAIRLEY are:

128 i. Virginia5 FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1840 in Simpson Co., Ms.. She married Angus CURRIE; born Abt. 1840.
129 ii. Albert Prince FAIRLEY, born September 01, 1847 in Simpson Co., Ms..
130 iii. Augustus FAIRLEY, born March 24, 1849 in Simpson Co., Ms..
131 iv. Mary Emma FAIRLEY, born August 31, 1851 in Simpson Co., Ms.. She married (1) James William SWANK; born Abt. 1851. She married (2) Perry Lincoln EMBREE; born Abt. 1851.
132 v. George Washington FAIRLEY, born April 09, 1855 in Johnson, Tx..
133 vi. Sarah FAIRLEY, born 1859 in Johnson, Tx..
134 vii. Abigail "Effie" FAIRLEY, born January 03, 1864 in Johnson, Tx..

48. Angus John Knox4 FAIRLEY (Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1815 in Mississippi. He married Sarah Ann BRELAND, daughter of Jesse BRELAND and Mary BOSTICK. She was born January 23, 1826 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died March 18, 1916 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Angus FAIRLEY and Sarah BRELAND are:

+ 135 i. Mary Virginia5 FAIRLEY, born 1843 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
136 ii. Jane C. FAIRLEY, born 1845 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 137 iii. Peter L. FAIRLEY, born April 10, 1847 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 26, 1922 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 138 iv. Sarah Ann "Polly" FAIRLEY, born December 21, 1849 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died May 17, 1918 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 139 v. Joseph A. FAIRLEY, born 1851 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 140 vi. David T. FAIRLEY, born August 24, 1853 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died May 28, 1886 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 141 vii. Matilda Silverine "Vena" FAIRLEY, born December 04, 1854 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died August 03, 1928.
142 viii. Flora FAIRLEY, born 1855 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Thomas J. MIZELL December 25, 1879 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born 1854.
+ 143 ix. Isabella Elizabeth FAIRLEY, born January 1858 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1925 in Deep Creek, Perry Co., Mississippi.
+ 144 x. Jane FAIRLEY, born August 08, 1860 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died January 18, 1949.
+ 145 xi. Mary Catherine FAIRLEY, born 1864 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1936.
146 xii. Margaret FAIRLEY, born 1866; died June 11, 1936 in Brooklyn, Perry Co., Mississippi.

49. Peter4 FAIRLEY (Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1820 in Mississippi. He married Margaret Abt. 1848. She was born 1827 in Mississippi.

Child of Peter FAIRLEY and Margaret is:

147 i. Margaret5 FAIRLEY, born 1849 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

52. Effie Jane4 FAIRLEY (Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1835. She married Calvin MOORE, son of MOORE and Sarah. He was born 1829 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died 1867.
Children of Effie FAIRLEY and Calvin MOORE are:

+ 148 i. Sarah Jane5 MOORE, born July 31, 1859; died November 02, 1939.
+ 149 ii. Rufus Calvin MOORE, born 1862 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 21, 1929 in Jackson Co., Mississippi.
+ 150 iii. William MOORE, born 1865 in Greene Co., MS..

53. Flora A. Kathryn4 FAIRLEY (Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1834 in North Carolina. She married Henry Oliver FLURRY Jr. Abt. 1858, son of Henry FLURRY and Elizabeth HAVENS. He was born May 15, 1829 in Mississippi, and died October 29, 1891.

Child of Flora FAIRLEY and Henry FLURRY is:

151 i. William5 FLURRY, born 1860 in Mississippi.

54. Matthew4 FAIRLEY (Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1829 in North Carolina. He married Mary E. BYRD, daughter of John BYRD and Agnes HOLLAND. She was born July 19, 1834 in Mississippi, and died June 29, 1924.
Children of Matthew FAIRLEY and Mary BYRD are:

+ 152 i. John Archibald5 FAIRLEY, born 1854 in Mississippi.
153 ii. Effy J. FAIRLEY, born 1857 in Mississippi.
154 iii. Mary J. FAIRLEY, born 1859 in Mississippi.

55. Sarah4 FAIRLEY (Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1830 in North Carolina. She married David Ely BERRY Sr. Abt. 1846, son of German BERRY and Susannah BAILS. He was born 1820 in South Carolina, and died Bet. 1861 - 1865 in Battle of Shiloh.

Children of Sarah FAIRLEY and David BERRY are:

155 i. German B.5 BERRY, born 1847 in Mississippi. He married Mary Elizabeth TAYLOR May 15, 1875 in Jackson Co., Mississippi; born Abt. 1859.
156 ii. Margaret A. BERRY, born 1849 in Mississippi. She married Abiezar HAVENS; born Abt. 1856.
157 iii. Elizabeth Ann BERRY, born June 29, 1852; died November 15, 1914 in Jackson Co., Mississippi. She married James G. HAVENS February 14, 1878 in Jackson Co., Mississippi; born 1856; died Bef. November 15, 1914.
158 iv. Jeanette BERRY, born 1854 in Mississippi.
+ 159 v. James Leggett BERRY, born February 14, 1856 in Jackson Co., Mississippi.
160 vi. Effy Jane BERRY, born 1858 in Mississippi. She married Jefferson KING; born Abt. 1860.
161 vii. Joseph BERRY, born Abt. 1861.
162 viii. David Ely BERRY Jr., born Abt. 1863. He married Florence FLURRY; born Abt. 1865.

56. Abigail Effie4 FAIRLEY (Peter3, Alexander2, John1) was born October 17, 1819 in Richmond Co., NC.. She married James Stuart FAIRLEY September 18, 1839 in Copiah Co., Ms., son of Peter FAIRLEY and Margaret LITTLE. He was born February 07, 1809 in Richmond Co., NC..

Children are listed above under (46) James Stuart FAIRLEY.

63. Daniel Patrick4 FAIRLEY (Peter3, Alexander2, John1) was born May 15, 1840 in Jefferson Co., Ms.. He married Lenorah Allif O'KELLEY April 07, 1868 in Wilkinson Co., Ms.. She was born Abt. 1840.

Children of Daniel FAIRLEY and Lenorah O'KELLEY are:

163 i. Elma O.5 FAIRLEY, born September 20, 1869 in Wilkinson Co., Ms..
164 ii. Peter James FAIRLEY, born February 16, 1872 in Jefferson Co., Ms..
165 iii. Mary Elizabeth FAIRLEY, born July 26, 1876 in Jackson, Hinds Co., Ms..
166 iv. Effie Argent FAIRLEY, born August 06, 1882 in Adans, Natchez Co., Ms..

64. Angus4 FERGUSON (Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born 1805 in Richmond Co., North Carolina. He married Dicey. She was born 1817 in Mississippi.

Children of Angus FERGUSON and Dicey are:

167 i. Flora5 FERGUSON, born 1838 in Mississippi.
168 ii. John FERGUSON, born 1839 in Mississippi.
169 iii. Nancy FERGUSON, born 1841 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
170 iv. Dicey FERGUSON, born 1843 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
171 v. Angus FERGUSON, born 1844 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
172 vi. Andrew FERGUSON, born 1848 in Jones Co., Mississippi.

65. Margaret4 FERGUSON (Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born November 10, 1809 in Richmond Co., North Carolina. She married John Campbell SMITH 1830, son of ? SMITH. He was born 1810 in Scotland.

Children of Margaret FERGUSON and John SMITH are:

173 i. Malcolm Ferguson5 SMITH, born 1832 in Mississippi. He married Annie M. McFARLAND October 26, 1850; born April 10, 1836 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died February 22, 1884 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
174 ii. Angus F. SMITH, born 1833 in Mississippi; died July 08, 1864. He married Carrie GOULDING June 25, 1861; born Abt. 1845.
+ 175 iii. John Angus Ferguson SMITH, born January 14, 1835 in Mississippi; died 1931.
+ 176 iv. Hector Campbell SMITH, born October 20, 1836 in Mississippi; died July 08, 1932 in Ellisville, Jones Co., Mississippi.
+ 177 v. Duncan P. SMITH, born July 14, 1838 in Mississippi.
178 vi. Daniel F. SMITH, born February 21, 1840 in Mississippi. He married Jane Eleanor McFARLAND June 17, 1863; born December 24, 1843 in Wayne Co., Mississippi; died June 06, 1917 in Erata, Jones Co., Mississippi.
179 vii. Margaret SMITH, born December 25, 1841 in Mississippi. She married Hugh N. McLAURIN; born Abt. 1840.
180 viii. Archibald "Archie" SMITH, born April 13, 1843 in Mississippi; died April 21, 1913.
181 ix. James Calvin SMITH, born April 21, 1845 in Mississippi.
182 x. Allen/Arland Newton Waddell SMITH, born April 21, 1848 in Mississippi; died July 02, 1932 in Marshall, Texas. He married Harriet Lucretia TERRELL; born June 13, 1854 in Heidlburg, Jasper Co., Mississippi.

66. Malcolm4 FERGUSON (Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born 1811 in Wayne Co., Mississippi. He married Annie McGILL, daughter of Archibald McGILL. She was born October 10, 1810 in North Carolina, and died January 27, 1896.

Children of Malcolm FERGUSON and Annie McGILL are:

183 i. Daniel5 FERGUSON, born 1837 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
184 ii. Flora FERGUSON, born 1840 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
185 iii. Archibald "Archie" FERGUSON, born 1842 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
186 iv. John FERGUSON, born 1844 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
187 v. Malcolm FERGUSON, born 1846 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
188 vi. James FERGUSON, born 1849 in Jones Co., Mississippi.
189 vii. Annie FERGUSON, born Abt. 1851.
190 viii. Angus FERGUSON, born Abt. 1853.
191 ix. Mary FERGUSON, born Abt. 1855; died Infant.

67. Elizabeth4 FERGUSON (Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born July 10, 1813 in Wayne Co., Ms., and died July 10, 1901. She married Neal McGILL. He was born Abt. 1813.

Child of Elizabeth FERGUSON and Neal McGILL is:

192 i. Mary5 McGILL, born 1833; died 1905. She married Jackson Patrick WARD; born 1835 in Mississippi.

70. John4 FERGUSON (Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born February 24, 1820 in Wayne Co., Mississippi, and died May 03, 1884. He married Catherine BOYCE, daughter of Robert BOYCE and Elizabeth McSCREWS. She was born April 26, 1838 in Georgia, and died May 23, 1899.

Children of John FERGUSON and Catherine BOYCE are:

+ 193 i. Angus Gray5 FERGUSON, born February 12, 1858 in Mississippi.
+ 194 ii. Robert Palmer Lamar FERGUSON, born September 20, 1877.

71. Annie4 FERGUSON (Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born 1809 in Wayne Co., Mississippi. She married Daniel C. SMITH, son of ? SMITH. He was born 1804 in North Carolina.

Children of Annie FERGUSON and Daniel SMITH are:

195 i. Flora5 SMITH, born 1834 in Mississippi. She married Mort SANDERS; born Abt. 1842.
196 ii. Daniel SMITH, born 1836 in Mississippi.
197 iii. John "Little John" SMITH, born 1838 in Mississippi. He married McLAIN.
198 iv. Angus SMITH, born 1842 in Mississippi.
199 v. Malcolm SMITH, born 1845 in Mississippi. He married Theressa SANDERS; born Abt. 1857.
200 vi. Hector SMITH, born 1846 in Mississippi. He married Susan KNIGHT; born Abt. 1858.
201 vii. Albert G. SMITH, born Abt. 1851.

76. Catherine4 FAIRLEY (Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born 1825 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi, and died Aft. 1851. She married Levi PIERCE. He was born 1817 in Mississippi, and died Aft. 1851.

Children of Catherine FAIRLEY and Levi PIERCE are:

202 i. David5 PIERCE, born 1844 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
203 ii. Jane PIERCE, born 1845 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
204 iii. Alexander Fairley PIERCE, born 1848 in Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Clara Ann CALHOUN; born 1870.
205 iv. Margaret PIERCE, born August 1850 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
206 v. Emma PIERCE, born 1851 in Greene Co., MS.. She married Reuben Watts McNAIR; born 1849 in Simpson Co., Ms..

79. Annie4 FAIRLEY (Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born July 04, 1830 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi, and died May 13, 1923. She married William Adison MATHISON Sr., son of James MATHISON and Rachel McINNIS. He was born December 01, 1816 in Marion Co., South Carolina, and died July 14, 1873.

Children of Annie FAIRLEY and William MATHISON are:

207 i. Ellen Fairley5 MATHISON, born 1862 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died 1946 in Covington Co., Mississippi. She married Archibald Zebulon McINNIS; born November 22, 1857 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died November 26, 1900 in Prentiss, Mississippi.
208 ii. John Thompson MATHISON, born 1864. He married Minnie REED.
+ 209 iii. Annie Jane MATHISON, born 1866.
210 iv. Margaret Rachel MATHISON, born 1867. She married Hugh Calhoun McLAURIN; born Abt. 1865.
+ 211 v. Nancy C. MATHISON, born 1869; died 1955.
212 vi. William Addison MATHISON Jr., born 1870. He married Mattie SMITH.

81. Elizabeth Delilah4 FAIRLEY (Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born December 17, 1833 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi, and died July 03, 1902 in Covington Co., Mississippi. She married Joseph McINNIS, son of John McINNIS and Nancy McINTYRE. He was born February 02, 1828 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died January 28, 1888 in Covington Co., Mississippi.

Children of Elizabeth FAIRLEY and Joseph McINNIS are:

213 i. Archibald Zebulon5 McINNIS, born November 22, 1857 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died November 26, 1900 in Prentiss, Mississippi. He married Ellen Fairley MATHISON; born 1862 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died 1946 in Covington Co., Mississippi.
214 ii. Nancy Delilah McINNIS, born April 04, 1869; died March 16, 1877.

83. Jane4 FAIRLEY (Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born 1838 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi, and died 1904. She married Alferd Hearn RAMSAY, son of Andrew RAMSAY and Nancy HOLDER. He was born 1835 in Mississippi, and died 1861.

Children of Jane FAIRLEY and Alferd RAMSAY are:

215 i. Alexander Enoch5 RAMSAY, born 1849.
+ 216 ii. Charles Horace RAMSAY, born December 06, 1858 in Jackson Co., Ms.; died 1928.
217 iii. James Alfred RAMSAY, born Abt. 1861; died 1910.

85. Peter4 FAIRLEY (Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born April 17, 1841 in New Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi. He married Leila E. "Lula" LANGLEY October 19, 1880 in Hinds Co., Ms., daughter of W. LANGLEY and ?. She was born Abt. 1841.

Children of Peter FAIRLEY and Leila LANGLEY are:

218 i. Albert L.5 FAIRLEY.
219 ii. Sophia L. FAIRLEY.
+ 220 iii. Margaret M. FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1878 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
221 iv. Peter A. FAIRLEY, born November 01, 1880 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died March 05, 1957. He married Mary Elizabeth COOPER; born June 09, 1886 in Mississippi; died April 30, 1984.

89. Julius Kennedy4 FAIRLEY (Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born Abt. 1850 in Perry Co., Mississippi. He married Harriet Elizabeth GILLIS, daughter of Malcolm GILLIS and Caroline TISDALE. She was born 1853 in Perry Co., Mississippi.

Children of Julius FAIRLEY and Harriet GILLIS are:

222 i. Malcolm5 FAIRLEY, born 1875 in Perry Co., Ms..
223 ii. Margaret FAIRLEY, born 1879 in Perry Co., Ms..
224 iii. Rosabella FAIRLEY, born 1879 in Perry Co., Ms..

91. Margaret Catherine4 FAIRLEY (Peter *3, John2, John1) was born November 06, 1848 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died February 15, 1915 in Wayne Co., Mississippi. She married Samuel Isom GREEN Abt. 1873, son of Francis GREEN and Priscilla MOODY. He was born December 15, 1842 in Neely, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died August 10, 1915 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Margaret FAIRLEY and Samuel GREEN are:

+ 225 i. William Wert5 GREEN Sr., born August 07, 1874 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 02, 1957 in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi.
+ 226 ii. Benjamin Ellsworth GREEN, born July 01, 1876 in Janice, Perry Co., Mississippi; died May 01, 1953.
227 iii. James William "Jim" GREEN, born September 19, 1878 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died February 28, 1946. He married Eugenia "Gennie" WELDY August 06, 1906 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born March 02, 1890 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died June 28, 1960.
228 iv. Charles Wesley GREEN, born March 04, 1881 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 28, 1967. He married Ella COX May 16, 1916 in *Forrest Co., Mississippi; born May 06, 1891; died August 01, 1953.
229 v. Peter Bliss GREEN, born June 1883 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 230 vi. Joseph E. "Joe" GREEN, born March 17, 1885 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.
+ 231 vii. Pearl M. GREEN, born June 22, 1888 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died February 24, 1965 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
232 viii. Wyatt A. "Slick" GREEN, born November 10, 1891 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.

92. John C.4 FAIRLEY (Peter *3, John2, John1) was born 1851. He married Sophronia BRELAND Abt. 1874, daughter of Josiah BRELAND and Julia MILES. She was born 1853 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died 1939 in Perry Co., Mississippi.

Children of John FAIRLEY and Sophronia BRELAND are:

233 i. John Watson5 FAIRLEY, born December 25, 1875 in Stone Co, Mississippi; died Aft. 1917. He married Eleanor Isabella FAIRLEY June 24, 1896 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi; born December 16, 1875 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1935.
+ 234 ii. Walter FAIRLEY, born March 07, 1878 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died January 28, 1930.

93. Peter Lawrence Cambric4 FAIRLEY (Peter *3, John2, John1) was born June 17, 1852 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died September 08, 1894 in Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Lucy Miranda "Rand" GREEN January 26, 1880 in Greene Co., Mississippi, daughter of Francis GREEN and Priscilla MOODY. She was born February 06, 1853 in Neely, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died November 26, 1938 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

Child of Peter FAIRLEY and Lucy GREEN is:

+ 235 i. Peter James Lawrence Cambric5 FAIRLEY, born April 06, 1884 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died November 25, 1951 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

94. Alexander S.4 FAIRLEY (Peter *3, John2, John1) was born July 28, 1854 in Augusta, Perry Co., Mississippi, and died November 28, 1933. He married Angaline Sarah BRELAND January 17, 1878 in Perry Co., Mississippi, daughter of Josiah BRELAND and Julia MILES. She was born August 03, 1855 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died August 06, 1907.

Children of Alexander FAIRLEY and Angaline BRELAND are:

+ 236 i. Andrew T.5 FAIRLEY, born November 09, 1878 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.
237 ii. David B. FAIRLEY, born September 14, 1880 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died October 19, 1907 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
238 iii. Daniel Webster * FAIRLEY, born September 1882 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died 1908 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Alice SMITH March 05, 1903 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born 1879.
+ 239 iv. Ruben Washington FAIRLEY Sr., born January 14, 1885 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died July 10, 1964 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 240 v. Julia Melissa * FAIRLEY, born February 24, 1887 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died January 08, 1948 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
241 vi. Peter Euleather * FAIRLEY, born January 06, 1890 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died October 03, 1968. He married Ethel * HINTON Aft. 1910; born October 12, 1893; died Aft. October 1968.
242 vii. Elizabeth "Lizzie" FAIRLEY, born December 24, 1891 in Perry Co., Mississippi. She married Robert E. FAIRCHILD December 23, 1909 in Perry Co., Mississippi; born November 29, 1880; died October 12, 1945.
243 viii. Bessie FAIRLEY, born January 1893 in Perry Co., Ms..
244 ix. Neeley Cicero FAIRLEY, born March 25, 1900 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died November 06, 1974 in Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Ida F. * MEADOWS; born April 03, 1900 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died May 20, 1975 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

95. Clarissa Elizabeth4 FAIRLEY (Peter *3, John2, John1) was born March 04, 1859 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died November 11, 1932 in Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Charles Wesley GREEN Sr. December 03, 1878 in Perry Co., Mississippi, son of Francis GREEN and Priscilla MOODY. He was born July 22, 1855 in Neely, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died November 17, 1921 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Clarissa FAIRLEY and Charles GREEN are:

245 i. James5 GREEN, born February 1880 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 246 ii. Peter Edward GREEN, born September 22, 1880 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died May 06, 1942.
247 iii. Charles W. GREEN Jr., born Abt. 1881.
248 iv. John "Jack" GREEN, born February 1882 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
249 v. Samuel Webster GREEN, born August 1883 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
250 vi. Mary GREEN, born December 1887 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
251 vii. George GREEN, born May 1889 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
252 viii. Rufus E. GREEN, born December 10, 1892 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died February 22, 1919 in Neely, Greene Co., Mississippi.
253 ix. INFANT GREEN, born August 19, 1893 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died November 20, 1893 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
254 x. Delman GREEN, born 1896 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
255 xi. Charity GREEN, born 1898 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
256 xii. Richard W. GREEN, born October 18, 1900 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died September 17, 1972. He married Carrie B.; born September 26, 1896; died February 03, 1969.

96. Flora4 FAIRLEY (Peter *3, John2, John1) was born 1864. She married A. Elijah O'NEAL. He was born Abt. 1860.

Children of Flora FAIRLEY and A. O'NEAL are:

+ 257 i. Susan5 O'NEAL, born Abt. 1888 in Mississippi.
258 ii. Virgene - O'NEAL, born March 10, 1893 in Mississippi; died April 1975 in Wiggins, Stone Co., Mississippi. She married Luther - BRELAND April 19, 1919 in Stone Co., Mississippi; born March 24, 1890 in Wiggins, Stone Co., Mississippi; died March 1974 in Wiggins, Stone Co., Mississippi.

103. Levander4 FAIRLEY (Archibald3, John2, John1) was born April 10, 1850 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died October 01, 1928 in Daisey, Jackson Co., Mississippi. He married (1) Melissa MILES Abt. 1872 in Mississippi, daughter of Helzekiah MILES and Mary BATSON. She was born 1847 in Harrison Co., Mississippi, and died 1880 in Big Level, Stone Co., Mississippi.

Children of Levander FAIRLEY and Melissa MILES are:

259 i. Archibald H.5 FAIRLEY, born 1872.
+ 260 ii. Mary Catherine FAIRLEY, born January 19, 1874 in Mississippi; died March 06, 1963 in Big Level, Stone Co., Mississippi.
261 iii. Webster Wiggins FAIRLEY, born March 20, 1878 in Vestry, Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.
262 iv. David FAIRLEY, born 1880; died 1884.

Children of Levander FAIRLEY are:

263 i. Absalom L.5 FAIRLEY, born 1882.
264 ii. Katie J. FAIRLEY, born 1883.
265 iii. W. P. FAIRLEY, born 1885.
266 iv. John L. FAIRLEY, born 1886.

Generation No. 5

109. Nephy Ann "Napsy"5 RAMSAY (Mary4 FAIRLEY, John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born February 19, 1844 in Harrison Co., Mississippi, and died April 05, 1883. She married Daniel John REED January 12, 1868 in Mississippi, son of John REED and Annie Myers. He was born November 05, 1837 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died March 19, 1912 in Woolmarket, Harrison Co., Mississippi.

Child of Nephy RAMSAY and Daniel REED is:

+ 267 i. John William6 REED, born February 09, 1870 in Woolmarket, Harrison Co., Mississippi; died May 18, 1949 in Woolmarket, Harrison Co., Mississippi.

110. James Polk5 Ramsay (Mary4 FAIRLEY, John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born December 23, 1845 in Mississippi, and died November 05, 1911 in Coalville, Harrison Co., Mississippi. He married Mary Margaret REED January 14, 1875 in Harrison Co., Mississippi, daughter of John REED and Annie Myers. She was born March 17, 1851 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died August 08, 1913 in Woolmarket, Harrison Co., Mississippi.

Children of James Ramsay and Mary REED are:

+ 268 i. Elva Florence6 RAMSAY, born April 24, 1877; died March 15, 1930 in Coalville, Harrison Co., Mississippi.
269 ii. Infant RAMSAY, born November 21, 1878; died Abt. 1878.
270 iii. Infant RAMSAY, born March 24, 1880; died Abt. 1880.
271 iv. Mary Eliza RAMSAY, born July 31, 1881 in Harrison Co., Mississippi. She married Joseph FRITZ December 29, 1903; born Abt. 1880.
272 v. Alma Bertha RAMSAY, born November 30, 1883; died May 08, 1970 in Coalville, Harrison Co., Mississippi. She married Lee CRUTHIRDS May 03, 1919; born Abt. 1881.
273 vi. Inez Lelia Margaret RAMSAY, born October 26, 1886 in Harrison Co., Mississippi. She married Ernest Elijah O'NEAL March 10, 1907; born Abt. 1884.

113. Watson5 FAIRLEY (John4, John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born December 25, 1868 in George Co., Mississippi, and died December 17, 1932. He married Azeline GOFF. She was born Abt. 1870.

Child of Watson FAIRLEY and Azeline GOFF is:

274 i. Bliss6 FAIRLEY, born August 13, 1910 in Leaf, Greene Co., Ms.. He married Anniece HOBBY August 08, 1936 in Lucedale, George Co., Ms..

116. John McIntosh5 FAIRLEY (John4, John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born June 20, 1873 in George Co., Mississippi, and died April 26, 1951. He married Lillie Pearl Maye MAYO. She was born May 27, 1889, and died March 08, 1916.

Children of John FAIRLEY and Lillie MAYO are:

275 i. INFANT6 FAIRLEY, born October 24, 1908; died November 11, 1908.
276 ii. INFANT FAIRLEY, born April 14, 1915; died April 14, 1915.
277 iii. Lily Pearl FAIRLEY, born March 01, 1916. She married William JUDGE in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana.
278 iv. Nancy FAIRLEY, born March 01, 1916. She married E. D. CAIN in Mobile, Mobile Co., Alabama; born Abt. 1916.

119. Chester Eldridge5 FAIRLEY (John4, John "Judge"3, Archibald2, John1) was born March 07, 1880 in George Co., Mississippi, and died August 05, 1952. He married Lena BATSON, daughter of Eli BATSON and Elizabeth DAVIS. She was born 1881.

Child of Chester FAIRLEY and Lena BATSON is:

+ 279 i. William McINTYRE6 FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1900.

135. Mary Virginia5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1843 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Albert Henry Smith THOMPSON 1868 in Greene Co., Mississippi, son of John THOMPSON and Susan. He was born 1845 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Mary FAIRLEY and Albert THOMPSON are:

280 i. James E.6 THOMPSON, born 1869 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
281 ii. Susan A. THOMPSON, born 1872 in Greene Co., MS.. She married Daniel Alexander STRICKLAND 1892; born 1861.
282 iii. Knox THOMPSON, born 1874 in Greene Co., MS..
283 iv. William THOMPSON, born 1877 in Greene Co., MS..
284 v. David THOMPSON, born 1879 in Greene Co., MS..

137. Peter L.5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born April 10, 1847 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died December 26, 1922 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Mary A. BRELAND December 26, 1873 in Greene Co., Mississippi, daughter of John BRELAND and Ellen STAFFORD. She was born November 26, 1856 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died December 06, 1927 in Jackson Co., Mississippi.

Children of Peter FAIRLEY and Mary BRELAND are:

285 i. Angus Knox6 FAIRLEY, born October 05, 1873.
286 ii. Eleanor Isabella FAIRLEY, born December 16, 1875 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1935. She married John Watson FAIRLEY June 24, 1896 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi; born December 25, 1875 in Stone Co, Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.
287 iii. Joseph Peter FAIRLEY, born January 27, 1878 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917. He married Bertha COCHRAN February 14, 1901 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born 1883 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 288 iv. Mary Ellen FAIRLEY, born May 03, 1879 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 06, 1937 in Big Level, Stone Co., Mississippi.
+ 289 v. Julia Viola FAIRLEY, born August 31, 1880 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
290 vi. Peter Monroe FAIRLEY, born November 13, 1882 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died July 21, 1899 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
291 vii. Sarah "Sallie" FAIRLEY, born June 19, 1885 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Rayner Ervin COCHRAN December 05, 1904 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born July 14, 1883 in Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.
292 viii. Anna FAIRLEY, born May 1886 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
293 ix. Angus Knox FAIRLEY, born October 05, 1887 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 22, 1949. He married Margaret Isabell COCHRAN October 09, 1903 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born April 1869 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
294 x. Ruby Idella FAIRLEY, born January 12, 1888 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died August 20, 1889 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
295 xi. Forrest Franklin FAIRLEY, born October 18, 1890 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died August 20, 1958. He married Addie BRELAND; born Abt. 1890 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
296 xii. INFANT FAIRLEY, born July 28, 1894 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died July 28, 1894 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi.
297 xiii. Margaret Elain "Maggie" FAIRLEY, born August 04, 1897 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 01, 1921. She married Oren AVENT; born Abt. 1895.
298 xiv. Lewis Batson FAIRLEY, born August 31, 1899 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 10, 1977. He married Inez Virginia BULLOCK; born Abt. 1901.

138. Sarah Ann "Polly"5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born December 21, 1849 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died May 17, 1918 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. She married William Washington BALL October 28, 1869 in Leakesville, Greene Co., Mississippi, son of James BALL and Sarah ROBERTS. He was born February 10, 1841 in Vernal, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died August 14, 1922 in Vernal, Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Sarah FAIRLEY and William BALL are:

+ 299 i. Edward Flimons6 BALL, born October 16, 1871 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 08, 1929 in Merrill, George Co., Mississippi.
+ 300 ii. Flora Imogene BALL, born February 22, 1874 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died June 25, 1951 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 301 iii. Lula Dorina BALL, born January 11, 1876 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1964 in Mobile, Mobile Co., Alabama.
+ 302 iv. William Pool BALL Sr., born May 03, 1882 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 07, 1930 in Texas.
+ 303 v. David Knox BALL, born July 03, 1883 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died April 17, 1935 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 304 vi. Charlotte Lee "Lottie" BALL, born October 29, 1885 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died September 21, 1975 in Mobile, Mobile Co., Alabama.
+ 305 vii. Calvin Gains BALL, born November 05, 1889 in Pine Grove, Greene Co., Mississippi; died February 25, 1963 in Richton, Perry Co., Mississippi.

139. Joseph A.5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1851 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Elizabeth "Eliza" MILES, daughter of Helzekiah MILES and Mary BATSON. She was born 1843 in Harrison Co., Mississippi.

Children of Joseph FAIRLEY and Elizabeth MILES are:

+ 306 i. Mattie E.6 FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1877.
307 ii. Cora J. FAIRLEY, born February 12, 1882; died April 30, 1897.
308 iii. James FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1883.
+ 309 iv. Florence FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1875.
310 v. Joseph Prentiss "Print" FAIRLEY, born January 27, 1881 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 20, 1946. He married Venia YAHN June 10, 1901 in Perry Co., Mississippi; born June 19, 1888 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died June 22, 1954 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
+ 311 vi. Ella Kate * FAIRLEY, born July 23, 1886 in Mississippi; died January 17, 1931 in Beaumont, Perry County, Mississippi.

140. David T.5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born August 24, 1853 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died May 28, 1886 in Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Neoma Jane GOFF June 09, 1876 in Greene Co., Mississippi, daughter of William GOFF and Alethia COCHRAN. She was born April 27, 1857 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died June 30, 1893 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of David FAIRLEY and Neoma GOFF are:

+ 312 i. Liza6 FAIRLEY, born 1876 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died Aft. February 08, 1898.
313 ii. Walter Joesier FAIRLEY, born March 07, 1877 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917. He married Lula DISMUKES May 27, 1896 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born Abt. 1880.
314 iii. Daniel FAIRLEY, born 1879 in Greene Co., MS..
315 iv. Tollie FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1883 in Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Mary Emeline COCHRAN April 07, 1901 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born November 1867 in Greene Co., Mississippi.
316 v. Gaines FAIRLEY, born November 1884 in Greene Co., MS..
+ 317 vi. Gavin FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1885.
+ 318 vii. Queenie "Tena" FAIRLEY, born Abt. 1887.
319 viii. Lula FAIRLEY, born November 1893 in Greene Co., MS..
320 ix. Floyd FAIRLEY, born December 25, 1896 in George Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.

141. Matilda Silverine "Vena"5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born December 04, 1854 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died August 03, 1928. She married Richard H. GOFF October 20, 1888 in Greene Co., Mississippi, son of William GOFF and Alethia COCHRAN. He was born August 21, 1859 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died February 05, 1940.

Children of Matilda FAIRLEY and Richard GOFF are:

321 i. Raz6 GOFF, born January 21, 1888 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 03, 1954. He married Thelma BRELAND; born June 1897 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
322 ii. Irvin William GOFF, born October 22, 1890 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died January 13, 1963. He married Betsy REEVES; born May 19, 1897.
+ 323 iii. Lela - GOFF, born June 15, 1893 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died January 02, 1982 in Hattiesburg, Forrest Co., Mississippi.
+ 324 iv. William Fimby * GOFF, born December 06, 1895 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died January 21, 1956.
325 v. Evelyn GOFF, born February 1900 in Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Bert DAVIS; born Abt. 1898.
326 vi. Silverine GOFF, born March 14, 1903 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died September 21, 1929. She married Isom Cicero BRELAND; born June 20, 1894 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died May 06, 1944.
327 vii. Sadie GOFF, born Abt. 1904 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Irvin ROUSE; born Abt. 1902.
328 viii. Irene GOFF, born Abt. 1906. She married STORK.

143. Isabella Elizabeth5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born January 1858 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died 1925 in Deep Creek, Perry Co., Mississippi. She married Loami BRELAND June 23, 1883 in Perry Co., Mississippi, son of Josiah BRELAND and Julia MILES. He was born January 1862 in Perry Co., Mississippi, and died 1942 in Deep Creek, Perry Co., Mississippi.

Children of Isabella FAIRLEY and Loami BRELAND are:

+ 329 i. Eddie Pauline6 BRELAND, born May 09, 1886 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi; died January 07, 1936 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
+ 330 ii. Willie Fitzhugh BRELAND, born April 25, 1888 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
+ 331 iii. Lo Ernie BRELAND, born August 23, 1890 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
332 iv. Mollie M. BRELAND, born August 1899 in Perry Co., Mississippi.
333 v. Malley M. BRELAND, born August 17, 1897 in Barbara, Mississippi; died Aft. 1917. He married Gertie Mae MASSEY; born Abt. 1903.
334 vi. Eddie BRELAND, born Abt. 1903 in Perry Co., Mississippi. She married Joseph FAILREY; born Abt. 1901.

144. Jane5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born August 08, 1860 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died January 18, 1949. She married James Kinchen COOLEY Sr. December 13, 1883 in Perry Co., Mississippi, son of Harbart COOLEY and Sarah WILLIAMS. He was born November 27, 1858 in Vernal, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died November 22, 1922 in Mississippi.

Children of Jane FAIRLEY and James COOLEY are:

335 i. Ramie L. "Rannie" *6 COOLEY, born June 30, 1887 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died 1957. He married Gladys * TAYLOR; born April 20, 1892; died June 11, 1942.
336 ii. James Kinchen "Jim" COOLEY Jr., born Abt. 1889. He married Gladys COCHRAN; born Abt. 1891.
+ 337 iii. Pearl J. * COOLEY, born June 10, 1890 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died Aft. June 1968.
338 iv. Eula Elizabeth COOLEY, born Abt. 1892. She married A. Printis MIXON December 22, 1909 in Greene Co., Mississippi; born Abt. 1890.
339 v. Geneva * COOLEY, born October 22, 1896; died February 27, 1964. She married Wyatt Kennedy * WHITTINGTON; born August 25, 1895 in Perkinston, Stone Co., Mississippi; died December 23, 1977.
340 vi. Elizabeth "Betty" COOLEY, born Abt. 1896. She married George MAPLES; born January 14, 1895 in Clarence, George Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.
341 vii. Maryetta COOLEY, born October 31, 1901 in Greene Co., MS.; died January 09, 1903 in Greene Co., MS..

145. Mary Catherine5 FAIRLEY (Angus John Knox4, Esquire Angur3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1864 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi, and died 1936. She married William W. "Millard" COOLEY October 05, 1882 in Perry Co., Mississippi, son of Harbart COOLEY and Nancy WILLIAMS. He was born 1864 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died 1935.

Children of Mary FAIRLEY and William COOLEY are:

342 i. Travis/Tarve6 COOLEY, born July 18, 1888 in Leaf, Greene Co., Mississippi; died May 22, 1968. He married Missouri Alice THOMPSON; born June 06, 1885; died November 14, 1964.
343 ii. Print COOLEY, born March 06, 1900; died December 31, 1985. He married Celia Victoria JOHNSON; born April 13, 1906; died October 18, 1985.
344 iii. William Hubby COOLEY, born July 18, 1897; died January 01, 1943. He married Bertha Mae SINGLES; born September 13, 1903; died July 30, 1982.
345 iv. Less C. COOLEY, born September 30, 1906; died January 12, 1959. He married Lula SINGLES; born Abt. 1891.
346 v. Ess C. COOLEY, born December 25, 1902; died January 08, 1978. He married Stella MORRIS; born February 15, 1915; died Aft. January 1978.
347 vi. Samp "Sampie" COOLEY, born August 15, 1890; died 1923. He married Effie BRELAND; born Abt. 1895.
348 vii. Rachel COOLEY, born Abt. 1895. She married Benjamin SULLIVAN; born July 07, 1887 in Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee; died Aft. 1917.
349 viii. Esther COOLEY, born Abt. 1897. She married Henry A. McCARDLE; born June 20, 1886 in Brooklyn, Forrest Co., Mississippi; died December 31, 1979.
350 ix. Abbie COOLEY, born Abt. 1899. She married Alfred COCHRAN; born Abt. 1897.

148. Sarah Jane5 MOORE (Effie Jane4 FAIRLEY, Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born July 31, 1859, and died November 02, 1939. She married William Wesley BROOM, son of Cicero BROOM and Martha CARTER. He was born July 29, 1852, and died December 12, 1932.

Children of Sarah MOORE and William BROOM are:

351 i. Leonard6 BROOM.
352 ii. Mae BROOM, born Abt. 1891.
353 iii. Stewart Calvin BROOM, born September 25, 1881 in Daisy, Jackson Co., Mississippi; died January 18, 1955. He married Frances "Fannie" SCARBOROUGH September 23, 1904 in Daisy, Jackson Co., Ms.; born Abt. 1881.
354 iv. James Wesley BROOM, born June 19, 1884; died May 17, 1926. He married Pattie Maude BATSON July 01, 1922; born 1894 in Brooklyn, Perry Co., Mississippi.
355 v. Lillian BROOM, born 1886; died 1955. She married Scott BOND; born 1887.
356 vi. Erette BROOM, born Abt. 1887. She married R. E. STEEN; born Abt. 1885.
357 vii. Myrtle BROOM, born Abt. 1888.
358 viii. Knox McLeod BROOM, born January 13, 1889 in Daisy, Mississippi; died 1970. He married Audrey PARKHURST; born Abt. 1891.

149. Rufus Calvin5 MOORE (Effie Jane4 FAIRLEY, Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1862 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died March 21, 1929 in Jackson Co., Mississippi. He married Caroline BYRD August 24, 1893 in Jackson Co., Mississippi, daughter of Reuben BYRD and Lydia WHITTINGTON. She was born Abt. 1862.

Child of Rufus MOORE and Caroline BYRD is:

+ 359 i. Ila Thelma6 MOORE, born September 15, 1929 in New York, New York.

150. William5 MOORE (Effie Jane4 FAIRLEY, Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1865 in Greene Co., MS.. He married Olivia Ann WILKERSON 1891, daughter of Joseph WILKERSON and Olivia WILKINSON. She was born 1877 in Florida.

Children of William MOORE and Olivia WILKERSON are:

+ 360 i. Wiley T.6 MOORE, born 1893; died 1977.
+ 361 ii. Effie MOORE, born 1895; died 1942.
362 iii. Vennie MOORE, born August 09, 1898 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died March 04, 1976. She married David Calvin TAYLOR 1923; born February 25, 1891 in Stone Co, Mississippi; died October 11, 1981.
363 iv. Bertha MOORE, born 1901 in Greene Co., MS..
364 v. Oxivie MOORE, born 1908 in Greene Co., MS..
365 vi. R. Willamette MOORE, born 1912 in Greene Co., MS.; died 1941.
+ 366 vii. Evon Lamar MOORE, born December 23, 1915; died December 15, 1979 in Starkville, Ms..

152. John Archibald5 FAIRLEY (Matthew4, Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born 1854 in Mississippi. He married Millie GRAHAM. She was born Abt. 1856.

Child of John FAIRLEY and Millie GRAHAM is:

367 i. Virtus "Vertia"6 FAILREY, born December 29, 1890; died July 23, 1960. She married John Ellis - BRELAND; born April 09, 1888 in Perry Co., Mississippi; died October 14, 1962.

159. James Leggett5 BERRY (Sarah4 FAIRLEY, Archibald3, Archibald2, John1) was born February 14, 1856 in Jackson Co., Mississippi. He married Margaret Louise HAVENS December 27, 1879 in Pascagoula, Jackson Co., Mississippi. She was born Abt. 1858.

Child of James BERRY and Margaret HAVENS is:

+ 368 i. Clifton Lyman-Liman6 BERRY, born January 06, 1888 in George Co., Mississippi; died Aft. 1917.

175. John Angus Ferguson5 SMITH (Margaret4 FERGUSON, Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born January 14, 1835 in Mississippi, and died 1931. He married Nancy Alethe TERRELL, daughter of James TERRELL and Alletha HEIDELBERG. She was born November 28, 1845 in Heidlburg, Jasper Co., Mississippi.

Child of John SMITH and Nancy TERRELL is:

+ 369 i. Milton S.6 SMITH.

176. Hector Campbell5 SMITH (Margaret4 FERGUSON, Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born October 20, 1836 in Mississippi, and died July 08, 1932 in Ellisville, Jones Co., Mississippi. He married Laura Viola KENNEDY. She was born Abt. 1836.

Children of Hector SMITH and Laura KENNEDY are:

370 i. Bessie6 SMITH. She married RAMSAY.
371 ii. Cammie S. SMITH.
372 iii. Willie SMITH.

177. Duncan P.5 SMITH (Margaret4 FERGUSON, Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born July 14, 1838 in Mississippi. He married Mary Elizabeth McFARLAND December 29, 1868, daughter of John McFARLAND and Ann RAE. She was born September 06, 1834 in Wayne Co., Mississippi, and died June 22, 1909 in Jones Co., Mississippi.

Children of Duncan SMITH and Mary McFARLAND are:

373 i. Maybell6 SMITH, born Abt. 1860.
374 ii. J. D. SMITH, born Abt. 1862. He married Anna HEIDELBERG; born Abt. 1964.
375 iii. Lamar SMITH, born Abt. 1864.
376 iv. George SMITH, born Abt. 1866.

193. Angus Gray5 FERGUSON (John4, Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born February 12, 1858 in Mississippi. He married Martha Jane HEIDELBERG October 12, 1892 in Mississippi, daughter of J. HEIDELBERG and ?. She was born August 1870 in Mississippi, and died November 24, 1911.

Children of Angus FERGUSON and Martha HEIDELBERG are:

377 i. Drucila Catherine6 FERGUSON, born November 1893 in Mississippi.
378 ii. John Preston FERGUSON, born April 1895 in Mississippi.
379 iii. Allen Palmer FERGUSON, born November 1896 in Mississippi; died February 24, 1925.
380 iv. Laura Lee FERGUSON, born September 1899 in Greene Co., MS..

194. Robert Palmer Lamar5 FERGUSON (John4, Flora3 McGILL, Nancy Ann2 FAIRLEY, John1) was born September 20, 1877. He married (1) Berdie BROCKMAN. She was born Abt. 1877 in South Carolina. He married (2) Nelle LANDRUM. She was born Abt. 1877.

Child of Robert FERGUSON and Berdie BROCKMAN is:

381 i. Berdie6 FERGUSON.

209. Annie Jane5 MATHISON (Annie4 FAIRLEY, Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born 1866. She married George H. BUCHANAN.

Children of Annie MATHISON and George BUCHANAN are:

382 i. Fleet Alexander6 BUCHANAN, born February 17, 1893; died April 20, 1894.
383 ii. Bessie Catherine BUCHANAN, born August 31, 1897; died August 14, 1907.

211. Nancy C.5 MATHISON (Annie4 FAIRLEY, Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born 1869, and died 1955. She married W. Samuel COULTER January 1891 in Covington Co., Mississippi, son of William COULTER and Angeline LEE. He was born August 28, 1862 in Williamsburg, Covington Co., Mississippi, and died August 28, 1904 in Covington Co., Mississippi.

Children of Nancy MATHISON and W. COULTER are:

384 i. Ruby6 COULTER, born March 02, 1892 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died June 12, 1893 in Covington Co., Mississippi.
385 ii. W. Lamont COULTER, born May 1893 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died 1964 in Covington Co., Mississippi.
+ 386 iii. John Knox COULTER, born July 01, 1897 in Covington Co., Mississippi; died August 05, 1975 in Covington Co., Mississippi.
387 iv. Addie Blanche COULTER, born 1899; died 1903.

216. Charles Horace5 RAMSAY (Jane4 FAIRLEY, Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born December 06, 1858 in Jackson Co., Ms., and died 1928. He married Lela HUBBARD September 06, 1894, daughter of W. HUBBARD and ?. She was born Abt. 1858.

Children of Charles RAMSAY and Lela HUBBARD are:

388 i. Ella Hubbard6 RAMSAY. She married Clyde E. LOWEREY.
389 ii. Archie Carr RAMSAY. He married Ruth WHITTAKER.
390 iii. Granville Story RAMSAY.
391 iv. Jane Fairley RAMSAY. She married Roland S. SCAIF.

220. Margaret M.5 FAIRLEY (Peter4, Alexander "Sandy"3, John2, John1) was born Abt. 1878 in Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Robert B. McLEOD, son of John McLEOD and Josephine McINNIS. He was born April 19, 1878 in Moss Point, Jackson Co., Mississippi, and died February 14, 1970.

Children of Margaret FAIRLEY and Robert McLEOD are:

392 i. Robert6 McLEOD, born Abt. 1898.
+ 393 ii. John Knox McLEOD, born 1900 in Wilcox Co., Alabama.

225. William Wert5 GREEN Sr. (Margaret Catherine4 FAIRLEY, Peter *3, John2, John1) was born August 07, 1874 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died December 02, 1957 in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi. He married Rachel Irene HINTON May 04, 1899 in Perry Co.,. Mississippi, daughter of Thomas HINTON and Trussia BRELAND. She was born October 15, 1877 in Beaumont, Perry County, Mississippi, and died June 09, 1967 in Mississippi.

Children of William GREEN and Rachel HINTON are:

+ 394 i. Gertrude6 GREEN, born Abt. 1900 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 395 ii. Victor Percy GREEN, born Abt. 1902 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi.
+ 396 iii. Eugene E. GREEN, born December 29, 1903 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi; died May 03, 1988.
+ 397 iv. Samuel Thomas GREEN, born April 19, 1906 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi; died November 16, 1994 in Harahan, Louisiana.
398 v. Melvin Clyde GREEN, born Abt. 1909 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi. He married (1) Jerry Abt. 1930; born Abt. 1910. He married (2) Estell BROWN Abt. 1932; born Abt. 1910.
+ 399 vi. Clarence Stewart-Sinclair "Buck" GREEN, born Abt. 1912 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi.
400 vii. Lurlene GREEN, born Abt. 1916 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Robert Hall WATT; born Abt. 1910.
+ 401 viii. William Wirt GREEN Jr., born March 30, 1919 in McLain, Greene Co., Mississippi; died September 24, 1995 in Hattiesburg, Forrest Co., Mississippi.

226. Benjamin Ellsworth5 GREEN (Margaret Catherine4 FAIRLEY, Peter *3, John2, John1) was born July 01, 1876 in Janice, Perry Co., Mississippi, and died May 01, 1953. He married (1) Margaret "Maggie". She was born January 16, 1880, and died January 19, 1916. He married (2) Mary Edna. She was born November 28, 1882, and died February 01, 1918.

Children of Benjamin GREEN and Margaret are:

402 i. Leroy Ellsworth6 GREEN, born January 30, 1905 in Leaf Greene Co., Mississippi. He married Lucretia STORY; born December 20, 1903; died July 13, 1964.
403 ii. Alvin Q. GREEN, born March 19, 1906 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 09, 1975. He married Evlyn M.; born September 20, 1909.
404 iii. Earl GREEN, born 1908 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

230. Joseph E. "Joe"5 GREEN (Margaret Catherine4 FAIRLEY, Peter *3, John2, John1) was born March 17, 1885 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died Aft. 1917.

Child of Joseph E. "Joe" GREEN is:

405 i. Catherine Orville6 GREEN, born Abt. 1906; died February 13, 1916.

231. Pearl M.5 GREEN (Margaret Catherine4 FAIRLEY, Peter *3, John2, John1) was born June 22, 1888 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died February 24, 1965 in Greene Co., Mississippi. She married Joseph Clayborn DAUGHDRILL February 14, 1909 in Greene Co., Mississippi, son of John DAUGHDRILL and Mary BRADLEY. He was born January 08, 1880 in Greene Co., Mississippi, and died July 04, 1926 in Greene Co., Mississippi.

Children of Pearl GREEN and Joseph DAUGHDRILL are:

+ 406 i. Dougals W. "Stuck" -6 DAUGHDRILL, born March 01, 1910 in Greene Co., Mississippi; died December 12 
FAIRLEY, John (I182430)
 
6
In Memory of
Charles Frances Darnell
August 5, 1916 - May 15, 2011
Obituary

After a long and happy life, Charles F. "Buck" Darnell passed away on May 15, 2011. Buck was born August 5, 1916, in Benton, Kentucky?a place he considered to be one of the most wonderful spots in the world?second only to the golf course at The San Angelo Country Club.

After attending Texas Tech University, he joined the Navy in 1939 and became a Midshipman and Line Officer?In his career as a Naval officer, he served for two years as Ensign of the destroyer, Ellet, in the Pacific?and was active in all the major battles of WWII including Guadalcanal, Coral Sea, Solomon Island, Midway and as escort for the Dolittle raid during its initial strike on Japan.

After serving in the Pacific, he trained as a Naval aviator and was appointed the Commander of the Fleet Air Detachment Dutch Harbor. While there, he was in charge of relocating refugees from Germany to various places in the United States and other Atlantic countries?an assignment he considered very meaningful and rewarding?

His long and illustrious career as a naval officer also included serving as Operations Officer during the Berlin Air Lift as well as executive officer at New York Naval Air Station, and the air stations in Olathe, Kansas and New Orleans, LA.

Before retiring from the Navy in 1963, Buck's last tour of duty was as Commanding Officer of reserve Training Centers in San Angelo, Midland and Odessa as well as Goodfellow AFB Navy detachment.

Buck is survived by his wife, Louise daughter, Cynthia Eckhardt, grandsons, Garrett Mayer, and Braden Mayer and granddaughter, Jaye Williams. His other close family members include Louise's daughters, Cynthia Clarke and Genevieve Hoelscher and son, Tom Clarke, as well as their children and grandchildren.

He was eagerly looking forward to the birth of his first great grandchild in July?

A Celebration of Life will be held at the San Angelo Country Club.

Family and friends may sign the on line register book at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com

The family asks that, in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Operation Finally Home in San Angelo. Contact 325-949-0190 or www.operationfinallyhomesanangelo.com 
DARNELL, Charles Frances (I5515)
 
7 Transcription Of Citizenship Papers for Robert Lathan dated April 14, 1812

Page 1

South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina
Fairfield District To the honorable David R. Evans

The humble petition of Robert Leathen [Lathan] - Showeth - That your petition was born in
Ireland a subject of the King of great Britain, that he immigrated to this country,
landed in Charleston on the fifth of December 1788 and hath continued to reside in the
state aforesaid ever since that time, that it is his bonafide intention to become a
citizen of the United States of America, and that he has resided at least five years
previous to this time in this state within the limits and under the jurisdiction of the
United State and one year at least in this State.

April 14th 1812 Your petitioner therefore prays your honor that he may be made a citizen
Agreeable to the act of Congress of the United States in such case made And provided

(signed Robt Lathan)

Page 2

We the subscribers do hereby certify that Robert Leathen who now petitions to be made a
citizen has resided twenty years previous to this time within the limits of the United
States and at least one year within the limits of this State and that he has behaved
himself as a man of good moral character, attached to the principles of the Constitution
of the United States and well desposed to the good order and happenings of the [good
order and happiness of the same-----

14 April 1812

(signed Saml. Johnston)
(Mathew Johnston)
(William Boyls)

Page 3

(signed and written sideways on the page as an outer sheet when folded in thirds to go in
an envelope)

Robert Lathan

Petition for Citizenship --- April Term 1812
D.R. Evans Judge

Certificate made out &
Delivered to petitioner

$4. Fees paid in ___(unreadable)____

Page 4

South Carolina At a court of common pleas holden

Fairfield District at Fairfield Court house on the third Monday after the fourth Monday
in March in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve and in the thirty
sixth year of AMERICAN independence.

Robert Leathen being sworn, upon his oath declareth and says that it is his bonafide
intention to become a Citizen of the United States that he has resided
____(unreadable)____ years previous to this time within the limits and under the
jurisdiction of this State and that he does abj[ure] and forever renounce all allegiance
and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, State or sovereignty whatever and
particularly to George the third King of great Britain to whom he was a subject and that
he will preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States and of this
State and that he is attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States
and well disposed to the good order and happiness of the same-----

Sworn in Court
Robt. Lathan
15th April 1812

 
LATHAN, Robert (I4057)
 
8 Mississippi Marriages, 1776-1935
Name: Abel Stringer
Spouse: Elizabeth Buckley
Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1832
County: Lawrence


U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
Name: Abel Stringer
Issue Date: 1 Dec 1849
State of Record: Mississippi
Acres: 54.29
Accession Number: MS0470__.284
Metes and Bounds: No
Land Office: Washington
Canceled: No
US Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Number: 6239
Legal Land Description: Section Twp Range Meridian Counties
22 7-N 1-E Washington Franklin

1850 United States Federal Census

Name: Abel Stringer
Age: 61
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1789
Birth Place: Georgia
Gender: Male
Home in 1850(City, County, State): Franklin, Mississippi
Household Members: Name Age
Abel Stringer 61
Abel Stringer 18
Catharine Stringer 11
Charles E Stringer 6
Elizabeth Stringer 14
Elizabeth Stringer 39
Littleton Stringer 4
Mary Stringer 16
Naomi P Stringer 2  
STRINGER, Abel (I503)
 
9 Mississippi Marriages, 1776-1935
Name: Abel Stringer
Spouse: Elizabeth Buckley
Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1832
County: Lawrence


U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
Name: Abel Stringer
Issue Date: 1 Dec 1849
State of Record: Mississippi
Acres: 54.29
Accession Number: MS0470__.284
Metes and Bounds: No
Land Office: Washington
Canceled: No
US Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Number: 6239
Legal Land Description: Section Twp Range Meridian Counties
22 7-N 1-E Washington Franklin

1850 United States Federal Census

Name: Abel Stringer
Age: 61
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1789
Birth Place: Georgia
Gender: Male
Home in 1850(City, County, State): Franklin, Mississippi
Household Members: Name Age
Abel Stringer 61
Abel Stringer 18
Catharine Stringer 11
Charles E Stringer 6
Elizabeth Stringer 14
Elizabeth Stringer 39
Littleton Stringer 4
Mary Stringer 16
Naomi P Stringer 2  
WARREN, Nancy Doty (I504)
 
10 James was born at Co. Antrim, Ireland, in 1709. He was the son of John Strong and (?) Weir. He married Elizabeth (?) at Co. Antrim, Ireland, in 1751. James immigrated, in 1771. Destination: an unknown place . He was land contract on 30 October 1771 at Chester Co., South Carolina; The earliest official record of James Strong in South Carolina is recorded on October 30, 1771. In the records of the proceeding of the Governor's Council of South Carolina the following Strong's applied for "Bounty Land" in Craven Co., South Carolina (this part of Craven Co. later became Chester Co.): Charles Strong, 100 acres; Elizabeth Strong, 100 acres; Martha Strong, 100 acres; Jennet Strong, 100 acres; James Strong, 100 acres; Susanna Strong, 100 acres; and Agnes Strong, 100 acres; . Whe the plat for the land assigned to James Strong was recorded, it showed 200 acres on a branch of Rocky Creek, Craven Co. (now Chester Co.), South Carolina, surrounded by vacant lands. The date of the grant was 6 Feb. 1773.ted to James Carr on August 1, 1769. One half of both the bounty land and the 300 acre tract was later bequeathed to each of James' sons, Robert and James. James, Jr. later acquired all of this property when he purchased his brother's half. He made a will at South Carolina on 1 November 1779. James died on 15 November 1779 at Chester Co., South Carolina. His body was interred in November 1779 at Chester Co., South Carolina, at Harbison Burying Ground. The cemetery is located about one mile above the Old Catholic Presbyterian Church in Chester Co., South Carolina.3 years STRONG, James (I2)
 
11 Notes for JOSIAH WARREN, (R.S.):

Capt., Rev. War, Born Feb. 18, 1759* in Northampton Co., NC. Died prior to
June 10, 1808, Montgomery Co., GA. (Inv. of Est made June 10th, 1808 &Sept
2, 1808) m. Nancy Doty, (1780 MB) Onslow Co, NC. Sec: Hinchey Warren,
Benajah Doty

*His birthdate has also been given as March 22, 1759

Listed as a slave owner in Burke County, 1798 - 3 slaves.

History of Laurens Co, Georgia 1807-1904- (Hart) P. 518, 519: Josiah Warren
moved to Burke Co., GA soon after the Revolution, and settled near Briar
Creek, where Josiah was a deacon of Bark Creek Baptist Church. Both Mr. &
Mrs. Warren were buried at Poplar Springs Church

Montgomery Co., GA, June 10, 1808 - INVENTORY &APPRAISAL of Estate of
JOSIAH WARREN, late of Montgomery Co., Deceased: Included itemized list,
including Negroes names - filed by Benajah Warren, Charles Culpepper.
Appraisers: Noah Stringer, William Whitehead, Joshua Hightower.

Sept., 2, 1808 - Appraisal by Joshua Hightower, Noah Stringer, Jeremiah
Connerly, shown to them by Benajah Warren &Charles Culpepper, Executors of
Est. of Josiah Warren, dec'd. 
WARREN, Josiah (I499)
 
12 "Colonel Powers began trying to organize a regiment in December, 1863. About March, 1864, six companies of the 18th Louisiana Cavalry Battalion, one independent Louisiana company, and three Mississippi companies were placed under Powers' command. The new regiment is attributed to both Louisiana and the regular Confederate army. Some sources erroneously call the unit the 4th Louisiana Cavalry Regiment. On April 7, [1864], the regiment defeated an enemy force near Port Hudson and captured an artillery piece. The men performed picket and outpost duty between Clinton, Louisiana, and Woodville, Mississippi, during the remainder of the spring. In June, the regiment moved to Jackson, Mississippi, as part of Colonel John Scott's cavalry brigade. The men skirmished with an enemy force moving against the city from Vicksburg, July 5-7, and pursued the enemy on their retreat back to Vicksburg. In late July or early August, the regiment returned to the Clinton area. For the next several months, the men performed picket and outpost duty again. On October 5, they helped drive an enemy force from near Jackson, Louisiana, to St. Francisville. The next day, the regiment moved toward Woodville to oppose another enemy raid. Later in the month, the six Louisiana companies in the regiment were transferred to Gober's Regiment Mounted Infantry. The Mississippi companies went into another command. Powers eventually commanded a Mississippi cavalry regiment that Union sources confused with this mixed unit." PRICHARD, Charles Abel (I568)
 
13 "Greenville" by Archie Vernon Huff

Page 18 "Settlers on Greenville land before the revolution were relatively rare, though there were hints in existing records of more. James Pritchard with his wife Eleanor and four children - Elizabeth, William, James, and Mary - purchased land from the Cherokees."

Page 38 "On the same day, (March 15 1784) the heirs of John (sic...should be James) Pritchard - his widow Eleanor and his four children - submitted a claim. (for land confiscated during the revolution)...

By legistative act on March 26, claimants received grants of land...the five Pritchards (received) 3,200 acres."

"The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1752 to 1786"

Page 646 "No 1247 AN ORDINANCE To Authorize The Several Persons Herein MenTIONED, TO OBTAIN GRANTS OF LAND IN THIS STATE.
WHEREAS, the several persons hereinafter mentioned are found to Preamble, deserve a donation of lands :

I. Be it therefore ordained, by the" honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the author- Names of per- ity of the same, That the following persons shall be, and they are hereby, entitled to grants of land for the quantity annexed to their names respectively, to wit:
George Hite, four grants of five hundred acres each ;
Jacob Obanion Hite, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
James Hite, one grant of five hundred acres;
Francis Hite, one grant of five hundred acres ;
Mary Manning, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
Elizabeth Beale, wife of Taverner Beale, two grants of five hundred acres each;
John Wilkinson, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Edward Wilkinson, and the youngest son of Edward Wilkinson, Esq. deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Eleanor Pritchard the widow, Elizabeth Purvis, William Pritchard, James Pritchard, and Mary Pritchard, children of James Pritchard, deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Ann Armstrong, a grant of five hundred acres;
Baylis Earl, a grant of five hundred acres;
which several grants of land shall be carried through the several offices established for the granting of lands, free of all fees and expenses; and that the lands be vested in each of the said persons respectively, as aforesaid, in fee simple. In the Senate House, the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and in the eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America."

 
PRICHARD, James (I1323)
 
14 "Greenville" by Archie Vernon Huff

Page 18 "Settlers on Greenville land before the revolution were relatively rare, though there were hints in existing records of more. James Pritchard with his wife Eleanor and four children - Elizabeth, William, James, and Mary - purchased land from the Cherokees."

Page 38 "On the same day, (March 15 1784) the heirs of John (sic...should be James) Pritchard - his widow Eleanor and his four children - submitted a claim. (for land confiscated during the revolution)...

By legistative act on March 26, claimants received grants of land...the five Pritchards (received) 3,200 acres."

"The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1752 to 1786"

Page 646 "No 1247 AN ORDINANCE To Authorize The Several Persons Herein MenTIONED, TO OBTAIN GRANTS OF LAND IN THIS STATE.
WHEREAS, the several persons hereinafter mentioned are found to Preamble, deserve a donation of lands :

I. Be it therefore ordained, by the" honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the author- Names of per- ity of the same, That the following persons shall be, and they are hereby, entitled to grants of land for the quantity annexed to their names respectively, to wit:
George Hite, four grants of five hundred acres each ;
Jacob Obanion Hite, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
James Hite, one grant of five hundred acres;
Francis Hite, one grant of five hundred acres ;
Mary Manning, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
Elizabeth Beale, wife of Taverner Beale, two grants of five hundred acres each;
John Wilkinson, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Edward Wilkinson, and the youngest son of Edward Wilkinson, Esq. deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Eleanor Pritchard the widow, Elizabeth Purvis, William Pritchard, James Pritchard, and Mary Pritchard, children of James Pritchard, deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Ann Armstrong, a grant of five hundred acres;
Baylis Earl, a grant of five hundred acres;
which several grants of land shall be carried through the several offices established for the granting of lands, free of all fees and expenses; and that the lands be vested in each of the said persons respectively, as aforesaid, in fee simple. In the Senate House, the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and in the eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America." 
BULLOCH, Eleanor (I1324)
 
15 "Greenville" by Archie Vernon Huff

Page 18 "Settlers on Greenville land before the revolution were relatively rare, though there were hints in existing records of more. James Pritchard with his wife Eleanor and four children - Elizabeth, William, James, and Mary - purchased land from the Cherokees."

Page 38 "On the same day, (March 15 1784) the heirs of John (sic...should be James) Pritchard - his widow Eleanor and his four children - submitted a claim. (for land confiscated during the revolution)...

By legistative act on March 26, claimants received grants of land...the five Pritchards (received) 3,200 acres."

"The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1752 to 1786"

Page 646 "No 1247 AN ORDINANCE To Authorize The Several Persons Herein MenTIONED, TO OBTAIN GRANTS OF LAND IN THIS STATE.
WHEREAS, the several persons hereinafter mentioned are found to Preamble, deserve a donation of lands :

I. Be it therefore ordained, by the" honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the author- Names of per- ity of the same, That the following persons shall be, and they are hereby, entitled to grants of land for the quantity annexed to their names respectively, to wit:
George Hite, four grants of five hundred acres each ;
Jacob Obanion Hite, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
James Hite, one grant of five hundred acres;
Francis Hite, one grant of five hundred acres ;
Mary Manning, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
Elizabeth Beale, wife of Taverner Beale, two grants of five hundred acres each;
John Wilkinson, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Edward Wilkinson, and the youngest son of Edward Wilkinson, Esq. deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Eleanor Pritchard the widow, Elizabeth Purvis, William Pritchard, James Pritchard, and Mary Pritchard, children of James Pritchard, deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Ann Armstrong, a grant of five hundred acres;
Baylis Earl, a grant of five hundred acres;
which several grants of land shall be carried through the several offices established for the granting of lands, free of all fees and expenses; and that the lands be vested in each of the said persons respectively, as aforesaid, in fee simple. In the Senate House, the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and in the eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America." 
PRICHARD, Mary (I1325)
 
16 "Greenville" by Archie Vernon Huff

Page 18 "Settlers on Greenville land before the revolution were relatively rare, though there were hints in existing records of more. James Pritchard with his wife Eleanor and four children - Elizabeth, William, James, and Mary - purchased land from the Cherokees."

Page 38 "On the same day, (March 15 1784) the heirs of John (sic...should be James) Pritchard - his widow Eleanor and his four children - submitted a claim. (for land confiscated during the revolution)...

By legistative act on March 26, claimants received grants of land...the five Pritchards (received) 3,200 acres."

"The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1752 to 1786"

Page 646 "No 1247 AN ORDINANCE To Authorize The Several Persons Herein MenTIONED, TO OBTAIN GRANTS OF LAND IN THIS STATE.
WHEREAS, the several persons hereinafter mentioned are found to Preamble, deserve a donation of lands :

I. Be it therefore ordained, by the" honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the author- Names of per- ity of the same, That the following persons shall be, and they are hereby, entitled to grants of land for the quantity annexed to their names respectively, to wit:
George Hite, four grants of five hundred acres each ;
Jacob Obanion Hite, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
James Hite, one grant of five hundred acres;
Francis Hite, one grant of five hundred acres ;
Mary Manning, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
Elizabeth Beale, wife of Taverner Beale, two grants of five hundred acres each;
John Wilkinson, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Edward Wilkinson, and the youngest son of Edward Wilkinson, Esq. deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Eleanor Pritchard the widow, Elizabeth Purvis, William Pritchard, James Pritchard, and Mary Pritchard, children of James Pritchard, deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Ann Armstrong, a grant of five hundred acres;
Baylis Earl, a grant of five hundred acres;
which several grants of land shall be carried through the several offices established for the granting of lands, free of all fees and expenses; and that the lands be vested in each of the said persons respectively, as aforesaid, in fee simple. In the Senate House, the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and in the eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America." 
PRICHARD, William (I1326)
 
17 "Greenville" by Archie Vernon Huff

Page 18 "Settlers on Greenville land before the revolution were relatively rare, though there were hints in existing records of more. James Pritchard with his wife Eleanor and four children - Elizabeth, William, James, and Mary - purchased land from the Cherokees."

Page 38 "On the same day, (March 15 1784) the heirs of John (sic...should be James) Pritchard - his widow Eleanor and his four children - submitted a claim. (for land confiscated during the revolution)...

By legistative act on March 26, claimants received grants of land...the five Pritchards (received) 3,200 acres."

"The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1752 to 1786"

Page 646 "No 1247 AN ORDINANCE To Authorize The Several Persons Herein MenTIONED, TO OBTAIN GRANTS OF LAND IN THIS STATE.
WHEREAS, the several persons hereinafter mentioned are found to Preamble, deserve a donation of lands :

I. Be it therefore ordained, by the" honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the author- Names of per- ity of the same, That the following persons shall be, and they are hereby, entitled to grants of land for the quantity annexed to their names respectively, to wit:
George Hite, four grants of five hundred acres each ;
Jacob Obanion Hite, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
James Hite, one grant of five hundred acres;
Francis Hite, one grant of five hundred acres ;
Mary Manning, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
Elizabeth Beale, wife of Taverner Beale, two grants of five hundred acres each;
John Wilkinson, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Edward Wilkinson, and the youngest son of Edward Wilkinson, Esq. deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Eleanor Pritchard the widow, Elizabeth Purvis, William Pritchard, James Pritchard, and Mary Pritchard, children of James Pritchard, deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Ann Armstrong, a grant of five hundred acres;
Baylis Earl, a grant of five hundred acres;
which several grants of land shall be carried through the several offices established for the granting of lands, free of all fees and expenses; and that the lands be vested in each of the said persons respectively, as aforesaid, in fee simple. In the Senate House, the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and in the eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America." 
PRICHARD, Elizabeth Ann (I1327)
 
18 "Greenville" by Archie Vernon Huff

Page 18 "Settlers on Greenville land before the revolution were relatively rare, though there were hints in existing records of more. James Pritchard with his wife Eleanor and four children - Elizabeth, William, James, and Mary - purchased land from the Cherokees."

Page 38 "On the same day, (March 15 1784) the heirs of John (sic...should be James) Pritchard - his widow Eleanor and his four children - submitted a claim. (for land confiscated during the revolution)...

By legistative act on March 26, claimants received grants of land...the five Pritchards (received) 3,200 acres."

"The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1752 to 1786"

Page 646 "No 1247 AN ORDINANCE To Authorize The Several Persons Herein MenTIONED, TO OBTAIN GRANTS OF LAND IN THIS STATE.
WHEREAS, the several persons hereinafter mentioned are found to Preamble, deserve a donation of lands :

I. Be it therefore ordained, by the" honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the author- Names of per- ity of the same, That the following persons shall be, and they are hereby, entitled to grants of land for the quantity annexed to their names respectively, to wit:
George Hite, four grants of five hundred acres each ;
Jacob Obanion Hite, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
James Hite, one grant of five hundred acres;
Francis Hite, one grant of five hundred acres ;
Mary Manning, two grants of five hundred acres each ;
Elizabeth Beale, wife of Taverner Beale, two grants of five hundred acres each;
John Wilkinson, Elizabeth Wilkinson, Edward Wilkinson, and the youngest son of Edward Wilkinson, Esq. deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Eleanor Pritchard the widow, Elizabeth Purvis, William Pritchard, James Pritchard, and Mary Pritchard, children of James Pritchard, deceased, each a grant of six hundred and forty acres of land ;
Ann Armstrong, a grant of five hundred acres;
Baylis Earl, a grant of five hundred acres;
which several grants of land shall be carried through the several offices established for the granting of lands, free of all fees and expenses; and that the lands be vested in each of the said persons respectively, as aforesaid, in fee simple. In the Senate House, the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, and in the eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America." 
PRICHARD, James Jr. (I310)
 
19 (2) Christopher A. Simonton (1818-?) married Margaret Thompson (1825-1849), dying four months after the birth of son, Hugh Thompson Simonton (1849-1928) who married Ida Mae Waller (1853-1885) no marker has been found for her, Hugh Thompson Simonton buried Munford Cemetery, Covington. Ida May Waller was taken into the home of an uncle, John Reid, after death of her father, Edmond Madison Waller, who died in Civil War. Their children, Christopher Reid Simonton (1873-1951) unmarried was a cotton buyer as was his father, Hugh T. Simonton; Hugh Ernest Simonton (1875-1948) married Mary Bennett Hill, two children: Mary Ida married Sterling G. Cato, Clarence Simonton married Myrtle Sellers. Lucy T. Simonton (1877-1946) married John Taylor Lucado, (1870-1937), eight children born of this union; Claud Buchanan Simonton (1880-1940) married Margaret Fyfe (1882 N.D.-1972) seven children of this union; (Capt. C.B. Simonton had Claud B. Simonton live in his home so he could go to school in the winter months. His daughter, Anna Simonton, helped with Claud's studies.) SIMONTON, Christopher A. (I1824)
 
20 (4) John Simonton (1823-1885) married Martha A. Miller (1828-no marker found for her). He was buried in Salem A.R.P. Cemetery, Their seven children: Robert C. Simonton (1848-1889) married Amanda Henderson; John M. Simonton (1850-1913) married Julia A. Thompson; Williarn A. Simonton (1855-1878); Christopher A. Simonton (1859-1917) married Mary Madison Purdy (1862-1944), children; Charles Bradley Simonton (1881-1941) married Anna Lanier. Lucile May Simonton (1883-1952) married Joseph Ira Cody, James Purdy Simonton (1886-1950) married Marianna Walker, John Will Simonton (1889-1958) married Lottye Elizabeth Hutchinson.
Charles Judson Simonton (1862-1921) married Fannie McLaughlin, Mary A. Simonton (1869) married John Fleming, moved to Arkansas; James Lee Simonton (1871-1920) married Delia Simmons.

Will recorded in Will Book B, page 342, Tipton County Clerk’s Office 
SIMONTON, John (I1657)
 
21 (6) Robert Romaine Simonton (1827-1881) married Margaret McQuiston (1828-1869) first, six children: Sarah M, Simonton (1856-1926) married J. Julian Whitley, Robert Simonton (1858-1883), Andrew J. Simonton (1860-1893) married Elizabeth (first name unknown), Archibald R. Simonton (1863-1865), William P. Simonton (1865-1949) married Annie Lee Mauldin, John M. Simonton (1867-?). Second wife was Mary Huffman (1835-1898), their children: Elnora Y. Simonton (1874-1927) married A. Manuel Moose, Spurgeon Simonton (1877-1886), Charles Borum Simonton (1880-1959) married Mattie Florence McQuiston. SIMONTON, Robert Romaine (I1751)
 
22 *In 1880, the Rutter family moved from Ohio to Netawaka, Kansas. Daughter Margaret (Maggie), who had married Hiram Haverstock in 1875, moved to Netawaka, as did young adult sons Lemon Freemont, Lewis Eugene and John March. Only daughter Cynthia stayed in Ohio with her husband, John W. Powell. Scandal -- Eldest son Andrew Kollar Rutter travelled with his wife Matilda and toddler son to Kansas too. A second son was born in Kansas in 1878. However, what happened in the next few years is a bit of a mystery. Andrew Kollar's wife Matilda can be seen on the 1880 census, 14 miles from Netawaka (where the rest of the Rutters were living), with two toddler sons but her husband Andrew missing (never to be reunited). Two of her brothers were living in her household. In 1890, Matilda appears to have died in Netawaka. Andrew cannot be found on the 1880 census, but pops up in 1900 in Colorado with a new wife Harriet (they had married around the time of Matilda's death). Censuses show second wife Harriet gave birth to only one child who didn't survive. RUTTER, Andrew Kollar (I4494)
 
23 *In 1880, the Rutter family moved from Ohio to Netawaka, Kansas. Daughter Margaret (Maggie), who had married Hiram Haverstock in 1875, moved to Netawaka, as did young adult sons Lemon Freemont, Lewis Eugene and John March. Only daughter Cynthia stayed in Ohio with her husband, John W. Powell. Scandal -- Eldest son Andrew Kollar Rutter travelled with his wife Matilda and toddler son to Kansas too. A second son was born in Kansas in 1878. However, what happened in the next few years is a bit of a mystery. Andrew Kollar's wife Matilda can be seen on the 1880 census, 14 miles from Netawaka (where the rest of the Rutters were living), with two toddler sons but her husband Andrew missing (never to be reunited). Two of her brothers were living in her household. In 1890, Matilda appears to have died in Netawaka. Andrew cannot be found on the 1880 census, but pops up in 1900 in Colorado with a new wife Harriet (they had married around the time of Matilda's death). Censuses show second wife Harriet gave birth to only one child who didn't survive. SHOUP, Matilda (I4495)
 
24 14 AUG 1795. NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40.

In the Name of God, Amen. I, Ralph Regan, of the County of Robeson
and State of North Carolina, Planter, being very sick and weak of
body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be unto God. Calling unto
mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for
all men once to die do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament
that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my
soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body, I
recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the
direction of my Executors nothing doubting but at the general
resurrection to receive the same again by the mighty power of God and
as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless
me in this life I give demise and dispose of the same in the following
manner and form.

First, I give and bequeath to my well-beloved son, Joseph Regan, 400
acres of land in two surveys on the North side of the Ten-Mile Swamp by
him to be freely possessed and enjoyed. Secondly, I give and bequeath to
my well-beloved son, Samuel Regan, 400 acres of land in two surveys on
the Wildcat Branch by him to be freely possessed and enjoyed. Thirdly, I
give and bequeath to my well-beloved Daniel Regan all my part of the
Plantation now possessed by Anne Regan by him to be freely possessed and
enjoyed. Fourthly, I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Millie Regan the
Plantation whereon I now live and all the rest of my property which is
not before mentioned by her to be freely possessed and enjoyed for the
support of her family during her life or widowhood and at that end of that
period to be divided as follows: To my son, Richard Regan the Plantation
whereon I now live and all the land adjoining to it, and to my daughters
Olive Powers, Sarah Regan, Nancy Regan, and Martha Regan, 100 pounds each
to be paid them in negros and the rest of my property to be equally
divided among all my children, and further constitute and ordain my son,
Joseph Regan and my son-in-law, Matthew Powers sole Executors of this Last
Will and Testament and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke, and disannull
all and every other former Testaments, Wills, legacies, bequests, and
Executors by me in any ways before named, willed and bequeathed, ratifying
and confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament in witness
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal fourteeth day of August one
thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, signed, sealed, published, pronounced
and declared by the said Ralph Regan as his Last Will and Testament in the
presence of us who in this presence and the presence of each other have
hereunto subscribed our names.

Ralph Regan (seal) Witness: John Regan Ala Regan mark
 
REGAN, Capt. Ralph (I2430)
 
25 1820 Conecuh County, Alabama
Warren Kitrel
1 male over 21, 3 males under 21
1 female over 21, 1 female under 21
3 slaves

1830 Clarke County, Alabama
Warren Ketral
1 male under 5, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 40-50
1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 40-50

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Bio of Kittrell Warren

An elder brother of Hon. Lot Warren (formerly a member of Congress from Georgia, and for a number of years Judge of the Superior Court,) and General Eli Warren, a most amiable and talented gentleman, and a lawyer of high respectability, was born in Burke county, in this State, October 17th, 1786. His father, Josiah Warren, removed near Bear-camp church, where he received most of his education, and in his eighteenth year the family settled in Lauren a county, on the Oconee river. In his twenty-second year he married Mrs. Floyd, daughter of Aaron Low, of Jefferson County. His wife was a woman of ardent and consistent piety. She soon discovered that her husband was the subject of strong religious impressions. These impressions, of course, she cherished with much assiduity and prayer. As he labored with his hands to support his family, he was accustomed to stop by the road side on his way to his field, fall upon his face before the Lord, and pour out his supplications with strong cries and tears. At that period, churches were "few and far between." The nearest to Mr. Warren was some fifteen miles. Now and then, ministers would travel and preach through the destitute regions. Brethren Manning and Bates were on one of those excursions of mercy and love when one anxious sinner, at least, listened to the words of truth. Mr. Bates' text was, "Behold, I bring him forth, that ye may see that I find no fault in him." Towards the close of his sermon, he paused and, in an impressive manner, exclaimed, "But he, will come again the second time, without sin, unto salvation." Mr. Warren was just then enabled to have a believing view of Christ, enthroned in majesty and glory, and something inwardly whispered, "Have you an interest in this Jesus?" His whole soul was immediately lit up with holy joy, and though it was succeeded by harassing doubts and fears, yet the good hope, through grace, which then sprang up in his soul never forsook him.

He went forward to the church most convenient to him, and was baptized by Rev. Charles Culpepper, at the meeting next ensuing after his conversion. The family altar was immediately erected in his house, which was never neglected afterwards, he was also wont to lead in prayer and praise in the assemblies of the saints, in his vicinity.

In 1817, he emigrated to Alabama, and settled near the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers. He united with a church in the neighborhood, attended by Rev. Isaac Suttles. In May following, having to return to Georgia on business, he left his new home in Alabama, and rode some thirty miles, when he learned the negroes of the settlement through which he was passing expected to have a religious meeting that night. At his own request, he was conducted to a retired spot n a field, whither they were in the habit of repairing to escape the persecutions and mockery of the Indians, who were numerous and very hostile to religion. Here he read to them from his traveling Testament, and gave them such instruction and exhortation as their situation seemed to demand. Bidding them an affectionate farewell, he rode on a few miles, lay down by the road-side and slept sweetly, though in a country infested with robbers, and rendered dangerous by the bands of treacherous Indians, lurking about in every direction. "The wicked flee when no man pursueth, but the righteous are as bold as a lion."

The next year he removed to another part of Alabama, where he began to exercise more in public, and where he was soon licensed to preach. This liberty was given him by Mars' Hill church, which desired his services. Mr. Warren possessed a heart of large and expansive benevolence. The orphan and widow were always to him objects of tender solicitude. Were they poor, he sent food and administered consolation to the one, and made judicious arrangements for the education of the other. Such was the confidence reposed in him by his neighbors, that he was made the umpire of many a difficulty. He possessed a happy faculty in reconciling differences thus submitted to him. While he resided in Alabama, in company with his wife, he visited a sick young lady, whose life was despaired of by her physicians. Being called upon to pray for her, he did so in a most fervent manner. Her disease at once took a favorable change. She speedily recovered, and two years afterwards joined the church, dating her conviction from that prayer.

In 1827, when he settled in Clark County, Alabama, there was no Baptist church in the vicinity. Many young people, grown up to mature years, had never heard the gospel from the lips of a Baptist minister. Being soon invited to preach at Clarksville, the county-town, he consented to do so, and was about this time ordained by Messrs. Bussey, Travis and Whatley. His zeal prompted him to search out the most destitute places. Such he found at a salt manufactory, where the people were understood to be more depraved and abandoned than any others in all the western wilderness. Here, also, the gospel was made the power of God unto salvation. A great revival was the result of his labors under God, and many souls were hopefully converted.

A lady of character and wealth, who had always shown great kindness towards Mr. Warren and his family, made them a visit on one occasion, as she said, "for the purpose of inviting his daughter to attend a dancing party at her house." Instead of giving his consent for his daughter to attend, he at once published a lecture on dancing, which he based on this text, "Wo to them that chant to the sound of the violin, and invent to themselves instruments of music like unto David." The lady and her family were so offended at the preacher's faithfulness that they withdrew from their accustomed attendance upon public worship for months. At length, however, she was stricken with a painful and lingering disease. In this situation, she became deeply anxious about her soul, and must needs send for Mr. Warren to instruct and pray for her. In this instance, likewise, his prayer prevailed. She rose from her bed of sickness, rejoicing in hope, and was soon baptized into the fold of Christ.

Having returned to Georgia and settled in Houston County, several years ago Mr. Warren was called to rest from his labors. The time and manner of his death are alike unknown to the writer.

The substance of the above sketch, as far as it goes, was prepared for this work by his widow; but in the midst of an unfinished sentence she breaks off suddenly, for she too is smitten by disease. The end of her journey is just at hand! She breathes one more prayer--a mother's prayer for her orphan children--oh! What a prayer was that! And then sinks sweetly into the arms of death. That prayer is registered in heaven, and it is hoped may yet be prevalent for those on whose behalf it was offered.

Since the foregoing was written, additional facts concerning this good man have been ascertained which ought not to be withheld. His early opportunities for education were exceedingly limited; yet his fondness for books was such that, after he attained to manhood, and even after his marriage, he prosecuted his studies with such diligence and perseverance as to make him a good English scholar, and in the course of years to furnish him a most valuable amount of information. He ever proved himself a friend of education within the sphere of his influence. It was a habit with him upon leaving home, even for a day, to assign to his children a certain amount of reading, upon which they were invariably examined upon his return, the good effects of which are discernible in their characters to this day. This rule was particularly enforced when they were left at home on the Sabbath day. No family of children, perhaps, were ever more faithfully cautioned as to the society they should keep. In all which efforts for the good of his children he was cordially seconded by his excellent wife.

He came to his death rather mysteriously in about 1837 or 1838. It was during one of those years that he attended one of his preaching appointments, a few miles from his home. His wife started with him to meeting, but stopped on the way on account of the illness of a brother's child. He went on, preached as usual, and started on his return alone. That evening he was found lying in the road, in a dying condition, and speechless. It was thought at first that his death was caused by a fall from his horse, (he was on horseback,) but as there were no bruises upon his person, many supposed he died from apoplexy, he being a person of full habit. His surviving children are Rev. Elijah Warren, Rev. E. W. Warren, and Kittrell Warren, attorney at law.

Additional Comments:
From: GEORGIA BAPTISTS: HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL
BY: J. H. CAMPBELL,

PERRY, GEORGIA.
MACON, GA.: J. W. BURKE & COMPANY. 1874

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874, by

J. H. CAMPBELL

In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.  
WARREN, Kittrell (I809)
 
26 1840 Houston County, Georgia, p. 377

1860 Census - Houston County, Georgia, p. 1013, no 436

Warren Elli 59 attorney at law 6200/2500

Eliza L. 57

Martha V. 19 F

Mary E. 10 F

1870 Census - Houston County, Georgia, Perry, p. 151B, Aug. 15, no 2731

Warren, Eli 69 Lawyer 4000/5000

Eliza J. 61

Martha V. 30

1880 Census - Houston County, Georgia, Perry p. 462A

Warren Eli 79 GA, VA, NC

Eliza J. 70 GA NC NC

The Constitution [Atlanta, Georgia] - 25 June 1876:

Perry Home Journal

- Gen. Eli Warren is suggested for governor.

Thurs. Feb. 16, 1882 Eastman Times

Death of Gen. Eli Warren

The many friends of General Eli Warren, one of the purest and noblest of men, will read with sorrow the news of his death which we copy from the Macon Telegraph of yesterday.

Fort Valley, Ga Feb. 14, General Eli Warren died suddenly of heart disease at his home in Perry at 12 o'clock today. He had been suffering for 2 or 3 days with rheumatism in his feet, but his condition was not thought to be critical by his family or friends. He was 82 years old today. A grand old man is gone.

**Birth and death dates are from articles in the Hawkinsville, Georgia newspaper.

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Notes for Eliza Jane Love:

Wed. June 22, 1887 Dodge County Journal

Death of Mrs. Gen. Eli Warren

The Hawkinsville Dispatch of the 16th. inst. speaking of the demise of Mrs. Warren says: Mrs. Jane Warren, consort of the late Gen. Eli Warren of Houston County, died at the home of her son-in-law Judge W. L. Grice, in Hawkinsville at 6 o'clock last Monday evening. Mrs. Warren was about 80 years old and had been in declining health for some time. She was a most excellent lady, and was loved and admired by those who knew her for the many rare virtues she possessed. The remains were carried to Perry Wed. morning where they will be interred in the family cemetery beside those of her husband.

More About Eli Warren and Eliza Love:

Marriage: 14 Apr 1825, Laurens Co, GA

 
WARREN, Eli (I812)
 
27 1850 Baker County, Georgia, 2nd. Dist. Jan. 12, p. 74A, no. 41

Warren Lott 52

Jane 47

Lewis L. P. 21

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Source:

BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS

WARREN, Lott, (1797 - 1861)

WARREN, Lott, a Representative from Georgia; born in Burke County, near Augusta, Richmond County, Ga., October 30, 1797; attended the common schools; moved to Dublin, Laurens County, Ga., in 1816; served as a second lieutenant of Volunteers in the expedition against the Seminoles in 1818; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1821 and commenced practice in Dublin, Laurens County, Ga.; was also a regularly ordained Baptist minister, but never filled a definite charge; moved to Marion in 1825; elected major of the State militia in 1823; member of the State house of representatives in 1824 and 1831; served in the State senate in 1830; solicitor general and judge of the southern circuit of Georgia 1831-1834; moved to Americus, Sumter County, in 1836; elected as a Whig to the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Congresses (March 4, 1839-March 3, 1843); was not a candidate for renomination in 1842; moved to Albany in 1842; was judge of the superior court of Georgia 1843-1852; resumed the practice of his profession; died in Albany, Dougherty County, Ga., June 17, 1861; interment in Riverside Cemetery.

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Lott Warren (October 30, 1797 - June 17, 1861) was a United States Representative from Georgia. He was born in Burke County, Georgia near Augusta, Georgia. He attended the common schools and the moved to Dublin, Georgia in 1816. He served as a second lieutenant of Volunteers in the expedition against the Seminoles in 1818. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1821 and commenced practice in Dublin, Georgia. He was also a regularly ordained Baptist minister, but never filled a definite charge.

Warren moved to Marion, Georgia, in 1825 and was elected a major of the state militia in 1823. He served as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives in 1824 and 1831. He also served in the Georgia Senate in 1830. He was solicitor general and judge of the southern circuit of Georgia 1831-1834. He moved to Americus, Georgia in 1836 and was elected as a Whig to the 26th and 27th Congresses (March 4, 1839 - March 3, 1843). He was not a candidate for renomination in 1842. He moved to Albany, Georgia in 1842 and was judge of the superior court of Georgia 1843-1852. He resumed the practice of his of law and died in Albany, Georgia, in 1861 and was buried in Riverside Cemetery.

Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949

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Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography

page 981

WARREN, Lott, a Representative from Georgia; born in Burke County, near Augusta, Richmond County, Ga., October 30, 1797; attended the common schools; moved to Dublin, Laurens County, Ga., in 1816; served as a second lieutenant of Volunteers in the expedition against the Seminoles in 1818; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1821 and commenced practice in Dublin, Laurens County, Ga.; was also a regularly ordained Baptist minister, but never filled a definite charge; moved to Marion in 1825; elected major of the State militia in 1823; member of the State house of representatives in 1824 and 1831; served in the State senate in 1830; solicitor general and judge of the southern circuit of Georgia 1831-1834; moved to Americus, Sumter County, in 1836; elected as a Whig to the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Congresses (March 4, 1839-March 3, 1843); was not a candidate for renomination in 1842; moved to Albany in 1842; was judge of the superior court of Georgia 1843-1852; resumed the practice of his profession; died in Albany, Dougherty County, Ga., June 17, 1861; interment in Riverside Cemetery.

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From "History of Bethel Association Including

Centennial Meeting", by Alexander Lee Miller

Some information from this bio found on the Dougherty County Archive page.

WARREN, LOTT, soldier, lawyer, state legislator, congressman, was born Oct. 30, 1797, in Burke County, Ga. He served in the Seminole war as a second lieutenant of militia in 1818; and in 1823 he was elected a major of battalion. In 1824 he was elected to the Georgia state legislature and in 1825 was appointed solicitor-general to fill a vacancy. In 1830 he was elected to the state senate. In 1831 he was again elected to the lower house of the legislature, and was a representative in congress from 1839 to 1843. He died June 17, 1861, in Albany, Ga.[p.981]

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He was a Senator from Laurens in the General Assembly, Solicitor General, Judge and Congressman. He is the author of the present "one hour rule" in the National House of Representatives.

Notes for Jane Desaubleaux:

Jane Desaubleaux was a daughter of the French gentleman who served with Lafayette in the Revolution.

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Sumter Co. Wills (1831?1900) From Transcripts of GA Wills by Jeannette Holland Austin

JANE WARREN

daughter: Mary A. Hardwick. Son: L.P.D. Warren. Grandsons: Lott and Robert H. Warren. Probated 1/5/1891.  
WARREN, Lott (I810)
 
28 28 years old in 1880 census SIMONTON, John M. (I1663)
 
29 2nd wife is deduced based on 1880 census showing children born after Margaret died and on two tombstones inscribed wife of R R Simonton and the 1880 census indicates that RR’s wife is named Mary HUFFMAN, Mary (I1758)
 
30 30 December 2010
Lawrence County Press

Geneva Catherine Barnett Mountain, 85 of Monticello, died Friday, December 24, at her residence in Monticello.

Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m., on Tuesday, December 28, at Wilson Funeral Home. Burial was in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery.

Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 
BARNETT, Geneva Catherine (I6633)
 
31 38107 SIMONTON, Robert Henry (I1697)
 
32 38107 SIMPSON, Nancy Pauline (I1710)
 
33 38116 SIMONTON, Ralph B. (I1695)
 
34 38134 SIMONTON, Houston Andrew (I1773)
 
35 5 Feb 1968

Letter from Annie C Byrd Gray to Lola Lee Prichard Crawford.

Dear Lola May,

Don't think I have seen you since you were a tiny girl, so I'll, in the beginning tell you who I am.
Annie Byrd Gray, a real old cousin. I have sweet memories of your father & mother. Its a shame that we, as a family have not kept in touch. Lets start now! Somehow I have a feeling that Charlie and I are the only ones left of the original Prichard-Byrd clan. Am I right?

Robert Byrd of Jackson is writing a book about the Bryds of Miss who originally came from Virginia. As we happen to be the Byrds he has asked me to help him in getting data. Unfortunately I was too young when I lost my parents to be interested in genealogy and now it seems there are so few of us left. Won't you please help me?

I know that you and two brothers are cousin Ingraham's children, but I don't know the names of the brothers or if there are other children. Nobia Round's daughter Annelle wrote to me after the death of her parents, said she was going to Texas. I've misplaced her address. Do you know Cato's address? Do you have any family records? Aunt May, before her death, gave Mr. Byrd some information. Said my father's mother was Christina Herrington. My father had told me his mother's name was Catherine Anne and I know her last name was Herrington because he and Lev were named Herington and he said that was his mother's maiden name.

I was able to correct Mr. Byrd about that but there is little I know. A distant relative of ours, (her great grand mother was my grandfather Byrd's sister) lives in Natchez. I'll put her address at the end should you be interested.

Uncle Millard's grandson, Millard, is trying to get information for Mr. B. and for us all, as is Ms. Porter. Did you hear that we lost our brother Kirby August 27 1965? The dear boy had cancer of throat. I came up in '64 to be with him in New Orleans when he had an operation on throat. We all came again the next July when my little brother lost his son. Stayed on as realized that Kirby couldn't get well.

I live in Miami now with my daughter Catherine. I sold my house in '57 as she didn't want me living alone. I've thoroughly enjoyed my only two grand children Suzanne and Gray. Suzanne graduated at U of Florida this past summer. Married August 19th and lives in Birmingham. I am returning to Miami soon but stopping there to see her. If you have time write me at Brothers. Love your cousin Annie Byrd Gray.

Mrs. Robert E Gray c/o M. F. Byrd
400 Hiway 11 North
Picayune, MS

PS. Lola neither bro. nor I knew your married name so I sent this way as he said you are the PM. 
BYRD, Annie Cornelia (I2261)
 
36 8:42 PM PRICHARD, Valarie Gail (I588)
 
37 94123 SIMONTON, Jean Shirley (I1739)
 
38 Abilene - Mildred Street, 89, of Abilene and a former longtime resident of Arlington, Texas, died Wednesday, June 13, 2007, at an Abilene care center.

Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Saturday in Elmwood Memorial Park with Rev. David Cason officiating, directed by Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home, 5701 Hwy 277 South. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

The daughter of Audry (Pharis) and Reuben Brister, Mildred was born on December 29, 1917 in Shreveport, Louisiana. She was an accountant, and moved from Arlington to Abilene in 1999.

For 56 years, Mildred was the loving wife of Clifton Street, who preceded her in death in 2000.

Survivors include her son, Dean Street of Arlington; daughter, Cheryl Edge and husband, Bill, of Abilene; brother, Mazy Street of Hattiesburg, Mississippi; grandson, Cliff Edge and wife, Stacy; and three great-grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the Broadview Baptist Church Building Fund, 2500 South 27th, Abilene, TX 79605.  
BRISTER, Mildred (I2823)
 
39 According to his funeral entry in church Funeral Register 3, page 282, he died of asphyxiation due to a lightning strike.  PERILLOUX, Louis Zephyrin (I183813)
 
40 Address at time of death: 101 S. Normandie Ave. Los Angeles, CA PRICHARD, Paul Montgomery (I1207)
 
41 Address at time of death: 306 N. Iuka St. Pratt, Kansas PRICHARD, Paul Bunyan (I548)
 
42 Adopted by Clifford Lee Moore and Ruby Stafford Moore(cousin) COOK, Shirley Ann (I8188)
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7133)
 
44 Affectionatly known as Lizzie, wife of George N. Perkins, daughter of Robert Purdy and Rebecca Cheney. Music teacher, she died at the home of her daughter, Kathleen Perkins Flaniken from pneumonia. PURDY, Elizabeth Ada (I1560)
 
45 Airplane crash. He was on his way to a Stokley Van Camp meeting of food brokers. A Piedmont 727-200 collided with a Cessna resulting in about 82 deaths. No one on either plane survived. It was the 5th largest accidental plane crash in US Hisory.

The identification of bodies was made more difficult by the removal and theft of watches and rings from body parts by locals who arrived on the scene. 
BENHAM, Webster Lance (I183880)
 
46 Alba Maria Chiozza, 90, died Wednesday morning, January 25, 2012. She leaves a sister, Mary Haley; four sons: Francis (Mary Gail) Chiozza of Orlando, FL, Michael (Mary Anne) Chiozza, Raymond Chiozza, and Mario Chiozza of Memphis; two daughters: Angela (Steve) Weise, and Elaine (Larry) Tincher of Memphis, 11 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. Visitation will be on Sunday, January 29, 2012 from 4-6 p.m., with a rosary service to follow at Family Funeral Care 4925 Summer Ave. A funeral mass will be held on Monday, January 30, 2012, at 10:30 a.m., at St. Michael's Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorials be sent to St. Michael's Catholic Church. Family Funeral Care (Published in THe Commercial Appeal on January 27, 2012) REPOSSI, Alba Maria (I8353)
 
47 Albert E. Gaia, 88, of Memphis, died November 26 at his home. He was preceded in death by his parents Johnny and Lena Omedio Gaia and his two brothers Johnny and Charley Gaia. Albert spent most of his life working in his family grocery store, Gaia Brothers Grocery. He also worked in the automobile industry at both Pryor Oldsmobile and Dobbs Ford. He was a veteran of WWII serving in the U. S. Army as a sergeant. He is survived by his sisters-in-law Brenda Gaia and Rose Gaia; nephew, Johnny Gaia Jr.; great nephews Adam Gaia, Mark Gaia and John Gaia; and great niece Sharon Gaia. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. Visitation will be 10 a.m.-11 a.m., Friday, November 29 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Funeral Mass will follow at 11 a.m. with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Canale Funeral Directors (Published in The Commercial Appeal on Nov. 28, 2013) GAIA, Albert (I8315)
 
48 Albert Quincy Porter was born July 24, 1825, the son of John and Mary Porter. He enlisted in Co. D of the 33rd Mississippi Infantry Regiment September 10, 1863 at Enterprise, MS. Private A.Q. was appointed Regimental Fifer in late 1863.

In his diary for April 11, 1864 he states, "This evening Poindexter applied to Gen. Featherston to have me regularly detailed as Brigade Musician, and Col. Drak(e) refused to let me go into the band as he could not do without me as fifer in the Regt." He joined the Brigade Band August 10, 1864, by order of Gen. W.S. Featherston, and was with the army when it was surrendered at Greensboro, NC in 1865. 
PORTER, Albert Quincy (I1174)
 
49 ALDO JOSEPH CHIOZZA, 92, of Memphis, passed away Monday, August 14, 2006 at St. Francis Hospital. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday, August 17, at Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel with interment to follow at Calvary Cemetery. Visitation will be 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, with a prayer service at 7 p.m. He was a communicant of Church of the Resurrection, and he was retired from Chiozza Liquors. He is survived by his wife, Fran E. Chiozza; three children, Roveda Boyd and her husband Gene of Germantown; Frank Chiozza and his wife Diane, both of Tampa, FL, and Janet Holloway and her husband Gordon of Germantown; his brother, Ettore Chiozza of Memphis; eight grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren; nine step-children; 29 step-grandchildren; and 25 step-great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Memphis Funeral Home (Published in The Commercial Appeal 8/16/2006) CHIOZZA, Aldo (I8288)
 
50 Ann Bradley Pickard
Date of Death - Sept. 25, 2007

Ann Bradley Pickard, 50, of Atoka, general manager of Sparky’s B.B.Q. and member of Munford Presbyterian Church, died at her residence.
Services were Sept. 28 at Munford Funeral Home chapel. Interment was in Salem A.R. P. Cemetery in Atoka.
Survivors include two sons, Colin McPherson of Cordova and John Evan McPherson of Atoka; a brother, Brett Pickard of Atoka; an aunt, Jena Holt of Atoka and a niece, Maegen Pickard of Atoka.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Wilford and Ann Pickard.
The family requests that memorials be sent to Munford Presbyterian Church Building Fund. 
PICKARD, Ann Bradley (I1678)
 

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