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Note: Info on ancestors of Rachel Garrison comes from a message from Garth and Gail Ostrum dated 16 Aug 1999 (see printed copy in notes). Re the information Garth Ostrom writes:

"From some source on the net, I have information concerning a Rachel Garrison m. about 1779 to Cornelius Ostrom ............ This was just interesting information that I was unable to place anywhere with any concrete sources, except that Reformed Dutch Church records were mentioned."

In 1820, a Rachel Garrison was widowed and living in New York City. Source: Mercein's City Directory, New York Register and Almanac. Author/Publisher Wm. A. Mercein, NY, NY 1820., p. 219. Can't tell from this whether the person is Rachel Garrison Ostrom or some other Garrison.  ??

Birth date from email from Sandra Horwat 17 Aug 2000.

Marriage

Husband: Cornelius Ostrom
Wife: Rachel Garrison
Child: Annatie Ostrom
Child: Lenah Ostrom
Child: Gertie Ostrom
Marriage:
Date: ABT 1773
Place: Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Note: An IGI record for Cornelis Ostrom shows marriage to Rachael Garrison about 1773 in Westchester, NY.

In email from Joyce M. Popp on 2/11/00:
"Ellsworth, The only reference I was able to locate regarding a Cornelius
was in reference to the marriage of Cornelius Ostrom (Ostrum) to Rachel
Gerretse on 2/9/1779 at the Rhinebeck Reformed Church. ..
Ellsworth, I located the marriage of Cornelius in:

Marriages: Four Reformed Churches of Old Rhinebeck, NY
Dutchess County, NY 1731-1899
Transcribed and indexed by:
Arthur C. M. Kelly 1971 ISBN 1-56012-015-0

Marriage indexed on page 73 Item #2285

Could not parse date out of ABT 1773.


His father, Joseph G. Coles, a widely known and honored citizen of this section, was born April 8, 1843, also on this farm and his father, William Coles, a native of England, settled in Edwards county in the early '20s, when its history was young and the pioneer was hewing down the forest primeval and bringing the virgin soil to subjection. He entered government land and such was the origin of the Coles farm. The young Englishman, soon after his arrival in America, married Rachel 'Garrison, who .was born in South Carolina in 1804, and in 1814, migrated to White county, Illinois, and later came on to Edwards county and located near Grayville. Their son, Henry S. Coles, was the first white child born on the present site of Grayville. The father of Frank Coles answered to the dual calling of Baptist minister and farmer and the maiden name of the mother was Julia Compton of Wabash county. These worthy people reared four sons and four daughters, as follows: Frahk Jr.; Rachel, now Mrs. Thomas J. Jacobs, of Albion; Florence, wife of Clarence G. Johnson, of Albion; Harry P. Coles, residing in Aberdeen, South Dakota; Charles S. and Joseph Ross, of Glendive, Montana; Nannie, who lives in Albion, Edwards county; and Ollie, wife of Homer May, of Whittier, California, The father is a veteran of the war between the states, having served for over three years of that dread period in the cause of the Union as a member of Company B, of the Eighty-seventh Illinois Infantry. He was often in the thickest of the fray, participating in the battle of Vicksburg, the Red River Expedition and the Mississippi River Campaign. The mother passed away on October 7, 1887, when but forty-two years, her birth having occurred in 1845. 


Husband:  Ephraim GARRISON
Birth:  Abt 1787, Rockingham Co., North Carolina 
Death:  1877, De Kalb Co., Tennessee
Burial:
Father:  Moses GARRISON
Mother:  Elisabeth MIKELS

Marriage:   14 Jan 1809, Sumner Co., Tennessee

Wife:  Mary Catherine Thomas HAW
Birth:  Abt 1788, North Carolina 
Death:  Aft 1850, De Kalb Co., Tennessee 
Burial:  
Father:   Owen THOMAS 
Mother:   Mary "Polly" HARDIN 

Children:
1. William GARRISON, b: Abt 1809, Sumner Co., Tennessee
2. Hardin Thomas GARRISON, b: Abt 1811, Sumner Co., Tennessee      
3. John Wesley GARRISON, b: 19 May 1812, Sumner Co., Tennessee    
4. Basel GARRISON, b: Abt 1815, Sumner Co., Tennessee
5. James Hardeman GARRISON, b: 1824, Smith Co., Tennessee
6. Lemuel W. GARRISON, b: Sep 1825, Smith Co., Tennessee
7. Rachel GARRISON, b: 1829, Smith Co., Tennessee
                                     d: Aft 1880, De Kalb Co., Tennessee
8. Lucinda GARRISON, b: 1834, De Kalb Co., Tennessee
__________
Notes:
Mary was the young widow of James Haw.

 

Samuel Deason (1765 - )

Born on 1765. He passed away in Lauderdale, Tennessee, USA.

 


Samuel Deason (1790 - )

Born in South Carolina, USA on 1790 to Samuel Deason. Samuel married Nancy and had 6 children.

 

Abraham Deason (1828 - 1860)

Born on 1828 to Samuel Deason and Nancy. He passed away on 1860 in Arkansas, USA.

 

Samuel Deason (1829 - )

Born on 1829 to Samuel Deason and Nancy.

 

Minor Jackson Deason (1829 - 1893)

Born in South Carolina, USA on 1829. Minor Jackson married Sarah Jane Shamburger and had a child. Minor Jackson married Nancy Dollarhide and had a child. Minor Jackson married Mary Virginia Knox and had a child. He passed away on 1893 in Texas, USA.

 

Mahala Deason (1833 - )

Born on 1833 to Samuel Deason and Nancy.

 

John Deason (1841 - )

Born on 1841 to Samuel Deason and Nancy.

 

Earnest Linwood Deason (1872 - 1954)

Born in Texas, USA on 1872 to Minor Jackson Deason and Mary Virginia Knox. Earnest Linwood married Frances Gertrude Stutesman and had 2 children. He passed away on 28 Jan 1954 in Big Spring, Howard, Texas, USA.

 

John Davidson Knox (1874 - 1933)

Born in Topeka, Kansas, USA on 29 Jan 1874 to John Davidson Knox and Mary Dibert. John Davidson married Margaret May Helbert and had 3 children. He passed away on 22 Mar 1933 in Eskridge, Kansas, USA.

 

Margaret May Helbert (1882 - 1972)

Born on 6 May 1882. Margaret May married John Davidson Knox and had 3 children. She passed away on 29 May 1972 in Topeka, Kansas, USA.

 


In the 1860 Alachua Co., FL census are the following households #220/224 and
#220/225, Post Office Micanopy:

E. H. Jordan b. 1805 Virginia, his wife Jane J. b. 1815 Virginia, and their
seven children. Living with them is Mary V. Knox b. 1838 Virginia and her
son Edwin C. Knox b. 1858 Mississippi. Mary V. Knox is the daughter of E.
H. and Jane J. Penn Jordan.

Mary V. Jordan Knox was a widow in 1860, her husband John H. Knox having
died in 1858 in Fulton, Itawamba Co., MS. Mary V. and John H. had married
in 1855 in Winchester, Franklin Co. TN. Their first child, Virginia Octavia
Knox, died in 1857 in Huntsville, Madison Co., AL. I would like to find
Mary V. Knox and her son Edwin C. Knox after 1860.

Perhaps Mary V. Knox married again. Her parents, Edwin H. and Jane J.
Jordan, were living in Nassau Co., FL in 1870, but Mary V. and Edwin C. Knox
were not living with them.

Robert Jay Knox (1820 - 1899)

Born in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA on 26 Sep 1820 to John Knox and Mary Brandon. Robert Jay married Martha Jetton and had 4 children. He passed away on 31 Jan 1899 in Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA.

 


Emma Gordon McConnell (1868 - 1944)

Born on 3 Jan 1868. Emma Gordon married Joseph V Knox and had 10 children. She passed away on 6 Nov 1944.

 

Spouses & Children
Joseph V Knox
1862-1932

Joseph Ewart (1674 - )

Born in Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA on 1674.

 

Robert's Family Members

Parents
Joseph Ewart
1674-Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children

 

Joseph Catherwood ( - )

Born.

 

Catherine's Family Members

Parents
Joseph Catherwood
Unknown-Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
Robert Ewart
1700-1764

 

James Adams ( - )

Born.

 

William Adams ( - )

Born to James Adams.

William's Family Members

Parents
James Adams
Unknown-Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children

 

Margaret Adams (1725 - 1804)

Born in Tryon, North Carolina, USA on 1725 to William Adams. Margaret married Robert Ewart and had 8 children. She passed away on 16 May 1804 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.

Margaret's Family Members

 

Mary Ewart (1757 - 1833)

Born in Anson, North Carolina, USA on 1757 to Robert Ewart and Margaret Adams. Mary married Robert Knox and had 8 children. She passed away on 17 Dec 1833 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.

 

Robert Knox (1742 - 1833)

Born in Down, Northern Ireland on 29 Sep 1742. Robert married Mary Ewart and had 8 children. He passed away on 12 Jun 1833 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.

Robert's Family Members

 

John Knox (1777 - 1830)

Born in Tryon, North Carolina, USA on 22 May 1777 to Robert Knox and Mary Ewart. John married Margaret McElwee. John married Mary Brandon and had 4 children. He passed away on Apr 1830 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA.

 

Mary Brandon (1794 - 1874)

Born in North Carolina, USA on 28 Oct 1794. Mary married John Knox and had 4 children. She passed away on 28 Apr 1874 in Davidson, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA.

Mary's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
John Knox
1777-1830

 

Robert Jay Knox (1820 - 1899)

Born in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA on 26 Sep 1820 to John Knox and Mary Brandon. Robert Jay married Martha Jetton and had 4 children. He passed away on 31 Jan 1899 in Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA.

 

Martha Jetton (1820 - 1904)

Born in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA on 1820. Martha married Robert Jay Knox and had 4 children. She passed away on 1904.

Martha's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children

 

Joseph V Knox (1862 - 1932)

Born on 16 Feb 1862 to Robert Jay Knox and Martha Jetton. Joseph V married Emma Gordon McConnell and had 10 children. He passed away on 8 Apr 1932.

Joseph V's Family Members

 

Mary Virginia Knox (1897 - 1968)

Born in North Carolina, USA on 9 Feb 1897 to Joseph V Knox and Emma Gordon McConnell. Mary Virginia married Samuel Monroe Furr and had 2 children. She passed away on 15 Feb 1968 in Davidson, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, USA.

 

Rev. Isaac Suttle married Marcella Buxton circa 1841 in Lauderdale Co., MS. Nov 11. 9th 1842

In addition to child care, women performed an array of essential functions:  cooking and cleaning, making of clothing and numerous household items such as soap and candles, and cultivating vegetable gardens.  If there were no daughters old enough to assume these duties, the absence of a wife would be keenly felt.  This was true even in the higher realms of Piney Woods society.  Slave owner Isaac Anderson was among the wealthiest men in Jones County when his wife Teresia Powell Anderson died in 1850.  After a decent interval, the widower Anderson set about courting Sarah Rebecca Deason, the daughter of a local merchant with whom he was well acquainted.  Two years later, the sixty-six year old Isaac had successfully won the hand of twenty-three year old Sarah Rebecca.

The toll the Civil War exacted upon the male population of the South had a discernable, if not necessarily radical, impact on the institution of marriage.  In 1870 Jones County contained 449 white females between the ages of 20 and 40, compared to only 332 males.  And within this reduced pool of men, it can be assumed that some portion had lost limbs or otherwise been seriously impaired by the war.  Despite these obstacles, Piney Wood women, whether single or widowed, could and did marry local men during the Reconstruction era.  But in order to do so, many had to revise their concepts about what constituted a suitable domestic partner.

 

Birth: 1848
Death: 1927

AGE 79 HUSBAND WILLIAM KNOX DEASON 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  William Knox Deason (1845 - 1895)
 
 Children:
  Edmond Benjamin Deason (1868 - 1915)*
  Virginia Priscilla Deason Jones (1872 - 1960)*
  Joseph Lee Deason (1874 - 1938)*
  Nettie Deason Atkins (1886 - 1963)*
 

 

Deason, Amos Beri
b. Nov. 29, 1878 d. Sep. 25, 1967

 

Deason, Edward Adelbert
b. Jan. 10, 1871 d. Oct. 7, 1965 

 

Deason, Grace Dexter Wright
b. Mar. 26, 1929 d. Aug. 15, 1978 

 

Deason, Minor
b. Jan. 11, 1903 d. Nov. 17, 1964 

 

Deason, Nancy Arizona Burton
b. Mar. 18, 1884 d. Mar. 1, 1968 

 

Deason, Nettie Frank Holland
b. May 19, 1918 d. Jul. 3, 1998 

 

Deason, Robert Glenn
b. Feb. 7, 1962 d. May 7, 1979 

 

Deason, Winton
b. Apr. 29, 1913 d. Sep. 22, 1997 

 

 


Nov. 29, 1878
Hunt County
Texas, USA
Death: Sep. 25, 1967
Texas, USA

Amos Beri Deason was the son of Minor Jackson Deason and Mary Virginia Knox Deason. He married William Claudia Surratt in 1897 in Somervell, Texas. They had three sons, Glenn, Amos Beri, Jr., and Winton Deason.  
 
Family links: 
 Children:
  Glenn Deason (1898 - 1977)*

 


In the 1860 Alachua Co., FL census are the following households #220/224 and
#220/225, Post Office Micanopy:
E. H. Jordan b. 1805 Virginia, his wife Jane J. b. 1815 Virginia, and their
seven children. Living with them is Mary V. Knox b. 1838 Virginia and her
son Edwin C. Knox b. 1858 Mississippi. Mary V. Knox is the daughter of E.
H. and Jane J. Penn Jordan.

Mary V. Jordan Knox was a widow in 1860, her husband John H. Knox having
died in 1858 in Fulton, Itawamba Co., MS. Mary V. and John H. had married
in 1855 in Winchester, Franklin Co. TN. Their first child, Virginia Octavia
Knox, died in 1857 in Huntsville, Madison Co., AL. I would like for a
lookup to help me find Mary V. Knox and her son Edwin C. Knox after 1860.


Archibald More (1669 - )

Born on 1669. Archibald married Anna Jack and had a child.

Archibald's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
Anna Jack
1661-Unknown

 

Thomas's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
Elizabeth Pringill
1606-Unknown

 

Elizabeth Pringill (1606 - )

Born on 1606. Elizabeth married Thomas Jack and had a child.

Elizabeth's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
Thomas Jack
1606-Unknown

 

James's Family Members

Parents
Thomas Jack
1606-Unknown
Elizabeth Pringill
1606-Unknown

Spouses & Children
Margaret Haddoway
1636-Unknown

 

Margaret Haddoway (1636 - )

Born on 1636. Margaret married James Jack and had a child.

Margaret's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
James Jack
1631-Unknown

 

Anna's Family Members

Parents
James Jack
1631-Unknown
Margaret Haddoway
1636-Unknown

Spouses & Children
Archibald More
1669-Unknown

 

John Craig (1694 - )

Born on 1694 to John Craig and Janet Mitchell. John married Elizabeth More and had a child.

John's Family Members

Parents
John Craig
1669-Unknown
Janet Mitchell
1669-Unknown

Spouses & Children
Elizabeth More
1688-Unknown

 

Elizabeth More (1688 - )

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland on 1688 to Archibald More and Anna Jack. Elizabeth married John Craig and had a child.

Elizabeth's Family Members

Parents
Archibald More
1669-Unknown
Anna Jack
1661-Unknown

Spouses & Children
John Craig
1694-Unknown

 

James Knox (1713 - 1787)

Born in Glasglow, Scotland on 1713. James married Elizabeth Craig and had 13 children. He passed away on Dec 1787 in Chester Cty, South Carolina, USA.

 

Elizabeth Craig (1718 - 1822)

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland on 1718 to John Craig and Elizabeth More. Elizabeth married James Knox and had 13 children. She passed away on 1822 in Bedford Cty, Tennessee, USA.

 

William Knox (1736 - 1830)

Born in Glasglow, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 1736 to James Knox and Elizabeth Craig. William married Patience Gill and had 3 children. William married Patience Bell. He passed away on Oct 1830 in Richburg, Cheshire, England.

William's Family Members

Parents
James Knox
1713-1787

Spouses & Children
Patience Gill
1747-1830
Patience Bell
1755-Unknown

 

Patience Gill (1747 - 1830)

Born on 1747. Patience married William Knox and had 3 children. She passed away on 30 Nov 1830 in Richburg, Cheshire, England.

Patience's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
William Knox
1736-1830

 

Elizabeth Knox (1787 - 1860)

Born in Chester on 1787 to William Knox and Patience Gill. Elizabeth married James Knox and had 9 children. She passed away on 1860 in Mississippi, USA.

 

James Knox (1775 - 1827)

Born in Virginia, USA on 1775 to James Knox and Jannet Miller. James married Elizabeth Knox and had 9 children. He passed away on 1827 in Alabama, USA.

 

Elizabeth Knox (1787 - 1860)

Born in Chester on 1787 to William Knox and Patience Gill. Elizabeth married James Knox and had 9 children. She passed away on 1860 in Mississippi, USA.

 

Samuel Knox (1816 - 1870)

Born in Tennessee, USA on 1816 to James Knox and Elizabeth Knox. Samuel married Marcella and had a child. He passed away on 1870 in Tyler, Texas, USA.

Samuel's Family Members

Parents
James Knox
1775-1827

Spouses & Children
Marcella
1821-Unknown

 


Marcella (1821 - )

Born in North Carolina, USA on 1821. married Samuel Knox and had a child.

's Family Members

Parents
Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
Samuel Knox
1816-1870

 

CHARLES BURTON (ROBERT BURTON6) was born January 1740 and died 1785/86 in Caswell County, North Carolina. He married 1) MARY HOLLAND, November 3, 1763 in Goochland County, Virginia, daughter of GEORGE HOLLAND. He married 2) JANE ARMSTRONG.

Children of CHARLES BURTON and MARY HOLLAND are:

  1. GEORGE BURTON, b. July 3, 1764; d. 1815
  2. EDMUND BURTON, b. September 22, 1765
  3. ROBERT BURTON
  4. THEODORICK BURTON
  5. CHARLES BURTON
  6. DOLLY BURTON

 

26 Jan 1852    Thos. H. Burton              M/A    J.B. Burton                Polly Eastham              W    PC                PC24 Nov 1852    Thos. B. Burton              M/A    Spencer Burton             Katharine Baker            W    PC                PC
02 May 1852    Wm. H. Lane                  M/A    John L. Lane               Elizabeth Sowder           W    PC                PC24 Jun 1852    Charles W. Buster            M/A    John D. Buster             Mary A. Walden             W    PC                PC
20 Oct 1852    not named                    M/A    T.M. Cooper                Elizabeth Weaver         C20 Feb 1852    Lucy M. Burton               F/A    Benjn. Burton              Katharine Ferguson       

25.05--William Elias House II, b. 1 Jan 1836 in GA; m. ca. 1860 (reports md. 40 yrs. in 1900) to Charity (B.? E.?) (nee unk., b. ca. 1836 in GA; d. unk.; bd. unk.); d. unk.; bd. unk.; at least 9 ch. (reports 8 of 9 ch. lvg. in 1900)

[listed as Wm. House, age 12, in the  Aug 1850 census of 42 Dist., Henry Co., GA];
[listed as William E. House, age 44, in the 24 Jun 1880 census of (illeg.) Clay Co., AL];
[listed as William E. House
, age 64 (b. Jan 1836), in the 5 Jun 1900 census of Pct. No. 7 (Hollins), Clay Co., AL]

[listed as Charity B. House, age 44, in the 24 Jun 1880 census of (illeg.) Clay Co., AL];
[listed as Charity E. House, age 66 (b. Jan 1834), in the 5 Jun 1900 census of Pct. No. 7 (Hollins), Clay Co., AL]

26.01--Annet E. House, b. ca. 1863 in AL; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[listed as  Annet House, age 17, in the 24 Jun 1880 census of (illeg.) Clay Co., AL]

 

Thomas Chapman ancestors ahnentafel printable tree shareable tree family group view descendants Help
Born December 3, 1803 in North Carolinamap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of Rachel Garrison — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died March 20, 1872 in Illinoismap
 

Daniel Willis Chapman ancestors ahnentafel printable tree shareable tree Help
Born [date unknown] [location unknown]
Brother of Susan E. Chapman, Richard M. Chapman, Nancy Chapman, Sarah Chapman, John W. Chapman, [private sister (1820's - unknown)] and Mary Chapman
 

Here are up to five generations of the children of Charity Chapman ( m. Daniel Chapman ). Icons after childrens' names link to their family tree charts ancestors and descendant lists descendants. (Other views are available from their pages, including ancestor lists ahnentafel, printable trees printable tree, shareable trees shareable tree and relationship to you Find Relationship.) Click here for Charity Chapman's ancestors.

  1. Thomas Chapman ancestors descendants (December 3, 1803 - March 20, 1872) m. Rachel Garrison
    1. Daniel Willis Chapman ancestors ( - )
    2. John W. Chapman ancestors ( - )
    3. Nancy Chapman ancestors ( - )
    4. Richard Mervin Chapman ancestors ( - )
    5. Sarah Chapman ancestors ( - )
    6. Susan Emily Chapman ancestors ( - )
    7. [private granddaughter (1820's - unknown)] m. [private spouse]
      1. John C Tadlock ancestors descendants ( - ) m. Mary Unknown
        1. William T Tadlock ancestors descendants ( - ) m. Beulah Joplin
          1. Albert T Tadlock ancestors ( - )
          2. Evelenar Tadlock ancestors ( - )
          3. Ruthie L Tadlock ancestors ( - )
          4. [private g-g-great-grandson (1920's - 190's)]
    8. Mary Chapman ancestors (September 17, 1830 - )

 

DEASON, MAHALA J married 24 Mar 1864 in JACKSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, U.S.A. ..... DEASON, Minor D. was born ABT 1869 in Texas and he was in the 1920 ...

1843 amt. Pd. Clerk ex. & recorder last return voucher   35.  $1.12
" " land of the estate for year 1843 " 36. .53
" " Benjamin Deason Legatee " 37. 25.00
1844 " " Wiley Trammell " " 38. 8.00
" " " " for order " 39. 40.00
" " Emily Deason Legatee " 40. 24.81
" " John M. " " " 41. 28.21
1845 " " Milton H. Haynes Guardian of
Wm. Deason, Minor " 42. 138.00
" " R. W. King " 43. 94.89
" " Henry (?) Dudney per order " 44. 138.24
" " Isaac Brooks " 45. 138.24
" " Emily Deason " 46. 26.58
" " Wiley Trammell per order " 47. 30.00
" " John M. Deason " 48. 70.00
Commifsion on the above return $763.62 at 5 pr ct.            38.78
" " return No.1, 1841, on 142.77 at 5 pr ct. 7.13
" " " No.2, 1842, " 164.18 " 5 " " 8.20
May 5th/45     H. L. Williams, Admr.
Examined and sworn to before me this 5th May 1845 and
Approved of.

 

Marriage: 12 Jan 1856 St Mary, Dalton in Furness, Lancashire, England
James Slater - full age Labourer Bachelor of Newton
Jane Deason - minor Spinster of Newton
    Bride's Father: Joseph Deason, Joiner
    Witness: Joseph Deason; Anne Deason
    Married by Licence by: J: M: Morgan, Vicar
    Register: Marriages 1855 - 1857 from the Bishop's Transcripts

CONFEDERATE VETERANS

MAGNOLIA CEMETERY

(military marker)
DEASON, MINOR J. 29 JAN 1829 11 MAY 1893
Pvt., Co. A, 25 Texas Cavalry
(family marker)

 

Elizabeth (NICHOLS) DEASON was a d/o Jackson and Elizabeth (WHEELER) NICHOLS, formerly of TN. Both of the women were born in Bedford Co, TN. Jackson moved the family to MO in 1858. Jeff DEASON followed quickly thereafter, and married Jackson's daughter before that year ended.

Other NICHOLS children included: Jane C, John W, Emily A, Rebecca A, Coleman C, Sarah P, Minverva L, Susan F, and Richard L.

Jackson's parents have not been positively identified, but it is speculated by some that he was related to another Coleman NICHOLS (of TN) who married a relative of Jackson's wife.
 

William Deason and Mary Amyline (Rushing) Deason. Mary Amyline was also called Emaline and Emma.

Mary Amyline "Emmaline" Deason appeared on the 1850 Tennessee census with two children. Alfred Poplin also appeared in the same household.

William Deason and Mary Amyline Deason's children were William Jefferson Deason and Amanda Caroline Deason.

Bedford Co., TN court minutes. Book 2 page 419. Sept Term 1852. Jackson Nichols appointed Guardian of Thomas J. Deason and Amanda C. Deason, minor heirs of Wm. Deason, decd.

Book 2 Page 423. Sept Term 1852. Jackson Nichols among those reporting it advisable to sell the land of William Denson (Deason) decd.

When did the father, William Deason) die? Who were William Deason's parents?

Mary Amyline Rushing's parents were Evan Rushing and Kissiah Maxwell.

Mary Amyline (Rushing) Deason had a second marriage. She and second husband first appeared in Texas Co., MO on the 1870 census.

I would like to know who William Deason's parents are?

 

Deason, A.J. 25th Cav. Co.F
Deason, Daniel 7th Cav. Co.F
Deason, J.C. 10th Field Btty.
Deason, J.C. 19th lnf Co.H
Deason, J.H. 10th Cav. Co.E Sgt.
Deason, J.H. 10th Field Btty.
Deason, J.R. 10th Cav. Co.E
Deason, J.S. 14th lnf Co.D
Deason, Jeremiah 19th Inf Co.H Sgt.
Deason, John 3rd Cav. Co.B
Deason, John I Oth Cav. Co.E Cpl.
Deason, M.M. 12th Cav. Co.A
Deason. Minor J. 25th Cav. Co.A
Deason, R.C. 10th Cav. Co.E
Deason, W. 24th & 25th Cav. (Cons.) Co.F
Deason, Walter 10th Cav. Co.E
Deason, William 25th Cav. Co.F
Deason, William 3rd (Kirby's) Bn.Vol. Co.C

1773-1810James Deason, minor canon

 

Minor Jackson Deason, was in Lauderdale County in 1850 with a CBC Deason and family. He was also on the state census in 1853. A Pheraby Deason married a Spinks who was listed on the census as editor of a newspaper. I have been unsuccessfully trying to locate the name of the father of Minor Jackson Deason who later lived in Polk Co and Wise Co in Texas.

CHANCERY COURT RECORDS
1830-1848
pg 123
Absolom Halby and wife vs John Deason and Joseph RUSHING
Compls. Absalem Halby and his wife Elvy Halby against John Deason and Joseph RUSHING.
Absalem Halby and wife Elvy halby of Anson Co. NC, states that Shepherd Deason was the father of said Elvy Halby and that the said Shepherd Deason died intestate some years since whilst your petitioner was but a child leaving the said Elvy and Joel R. Deason his only heirs at law. Also, that Shepherd Deason was the son of Enoch Deason, late of Bedford Co. Enoch Deason died some five years ago since having first made and published his Last Will and Testament which was duly proven and recorded in the County Clerk's office of Bedford Co. Enoch appointed John Deason and Joseph RUSHING, both of Bedford Co., the executors. The will said Enoch willed and bequeathed all his property to his wife Rebecca Deason during her natural life and after bequeathing to his children, then living, being nine (9) in number the portions allotted them to have and to his grandson Joel Deason, $63.00 which he had before sent to him. Elvy Halby, his granddaughter, $25.00 he sent her. He then bequeathed to his son John Deason at the death of his widow all of which he possessed and then bequeathed as follows: " The other property shall be divided so as to make each legatees equal counting in what they have already had given by my will my grandson John Deason, son of William Deason, my son, an equal portion with my nine above named children; also, that the widow of said Enoch Deason is now dead that said executors refer under said will to pay you compl. Their portion as legatees and that they are advised that they are entitled under said Will and Testement, to an equal legacy with the other legatees. Absalem Halby (Hally) intermarried with Elvy Deason, the granddaughter of Enoch Deason before the death of him the said Enoch Deason and by means became interested in her potion of the estate". [Halby could be Hally, which is written both ways in this instrument.]

Pg 125
Will of Enoch Deason
I, Enoch Deason, considering the uncertainty of this natural life and being of sound mine and memory (blessed be Almighty God for the Son) do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say,
First, given and bequeathed unto my beloved wife Rebecca Deason her lifetime if she should be the longest lived, all the property, perishable and unperishable, to wit, negroes, household and kitchen furniture, and stocks of various kinds and that the clear profits shall be appropriated for the maintenance of my beloved wife Rebecca aforesaid entirely, no trading or trafficking of any of the above property without the ____of my term and legal assign.
2nd Item, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha RUSHING which I heretofore lease her.
3rd item, I give and bequeath unto my son William Deason $577.00 which I heretofore loaned to him.
4th Item, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Nancy RUSHING $36.00 which I heretofore loaned her.
5th Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Milly RUSHING $24.00 which I heretofore loaned her.
6th Item I give and bequeath unto my son Absalom Deason $301.00 which I heretofore loaned him
7th Item I will and bequeath unto my son Absalom Deason $169.00 which I heretofore loaned him
8th Item, I will and bequeath to my son Joel Deason $58.00 which I heretofore loaned him.
9th Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Belinda Cooper $37.00 I heretofore loaned her
10th item, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca Loyd $12.00 which I heretofore loaned her
11th Item, I give and bequeath unto my grandson Joel R. Deason $63.00. I heretofore loaned him in full of his legacy.
12th item I give and bequeath unto my grand daughter Elicy Halby $35.00 at the distribution of the aforesaid profits after the death of my wife Rebecca.
The tract of land and premises whereon I now live, I give and bequeath unto son John Deason to be wholly his property' the other profits shall be divided so as to make each legatee equal counting in what they have already had given by my will. My grandson Joel Deason, son of William Deason my son, an equal part with my nine above named children and if any child has had more than there will be property to make the rest in proportion to that one or more, the rest shall not have received as such a legatee for anything, and I do wholly and positively appoint authorize and empower my son John Deason and my son in law Joseph RUSHING both citizens of this County, to wit, Bedford, my two and lawful executors and assigns, and wish them at such times as may become necessary to divide the above property or such property as may be given by suitable ____and give it out as will be according to my above request and they, my executors shall led and direct so that there shall be no unnecessary exceptions of said properties my son John Deason and son in law Joseph RUSHING. I hereby appoint sole executors of this my last Will & Testament hereby revoke all other wills made by me. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this January 20th 1830
Wit: John Sugg signed: Enoch Deason (seal)
John R.(Rust)


1837-1845
Pg 24
Absalem Holly and wife vs John Deason & Joseph RUSHING Excs of _____Deason
Suit dimissed Aug 1837
Pg 71
Enoch D. RUSHING & William Rucker, admrs of Edward Brown, dec'd vs Alexander B Moon and others
Court learned that Ermine Brown, the mother of the plaintiff's intestate, Edward Brown advanced $100.00 to Ermine during her lifetime, that the amount that he was to get has not been learned by the court, over and beyond the $100.00 advanced by his mother, the defendants intestate. The complts. are to recover the balance of one distributive share of estate of Ermine Brown, dec'd.
Pge 150
Richard Bandy vs Turner, Page & Co. cause be dissolved.
Defts. In this case, John A.W. page and James R. Bedford, surviving partners of the late firm of John A.W. Page and James R. Bedford and Wade H. Turner, partners under the name of turner, Page & Co.. Recover from compls Richard Bandy and Enoch D. RUSHING and William Rucker, his securities for the injunction. To recover monies from Bandy
Pg 117
Gwynn Foster vs William D. Hill & John Shuffield
William D. Hill preparing to remove to AR from TN," trying to settle partership in business" Names: Enoch P. RUSHING and others.
Book B 1848-1851
Pg 545
Richard Bandy & others vs James H Locke orig. bill filed 1st Oct 1849
Orators, Richard Bandy, Enoch D. RUSHING, George W. Bandy and William D. Hill, all of Bedford County, states that they in order herein named endorsed for the accommodation of Washing F. Short, a Bill of Exchange for $4500.00, which was subsequently endorsed by James H. Locke, all of Bedford Co. at the request of said Short. The bill was dated 13 Apr. 1848 and due six months after date. It was protested for non-acceptance and for non-payment.
Pg 558
James H. Lock vs Enoch D. RUSHING, Richard Bandy & others. Att. And inj. Bill filed Aug. 13, 1850
James H. Locke filed against Richard Bandy, Enoch D. RUSHING, Wiley Perry, John M. Mayfield, William G. Height, Thomas B. Jeffreys, Daniel G. Deason, R. W. fain of Bedford Co. and Adolphus L. Adams and Thomas C.H. Miller of Marshall Co. Tn. John Watkins and William Jackson of Rutherford Co. Tn for $5128.67 plus cost of suit.
Pg 298
Borders on John RUSHING 20 Aug 1852
1854-1856-1858
Pg 763
Enoch D. RUSHING vs Joseph Vannoy & William Lyttle filed 7 Nov 1845 Enoch D. RUSHING of Bedford Co. filed against Joheph H. Vannoy and William Lyttle, the former of Mississippi and the latter of Bedford Co. orator states that on 1st Jan. 1840 He executed his note to the defendant Joseph Vannoy who was then a citizen of Mississippi of 791.00. Vannoy had owed your orator previously. Your Orator wanted to take 2 negroes of Vannoy's which were worth much more than his bill. Vannoy wanted to buy the negroes with a credit of 9 months and let orator have them.
Pg 85
Collins & Nance vs Foster & Phillips orig. bill 11 Jan 1855
William Collins of Bedford Co. and Richard Nance of Rutherford Co. filed against Gwynn Foster and Samuel P. Phillips, both of Bedford Co. Orators stated that Collins on the 13th day of Dec. 1848 recovered a judgement against Gwynn Foster, William D. Hill and Enoch RUSHING for $491.34 and cost, levied upon a one-half acre lote or tract of land in possession of Gwynn Foster in Bedford Co. in District # 11 in the Town of Unionville, joining lands of Meredith Blanton. Bounded by Meredith Blanton, Campground, William Collins bought said land. Richard Nance was one of the last endorsers on note and Nance paid part of the note.
Pg 552
Mary E. Wheeler vs W. K. Ransom & others Bill 1 July 1864
Mary E. Wheeler of Bedford Co. stated that her late husband David J. Wheeler departed this life intestate in Bedford Co. in Mar. 1864, leaving children, Martha H Wheeler, Newton T. Wheeler, John R. Wheeler, Edney C. Wheeler, Alice Wheeler, and Thomas R. Wheeler who have Abel RUSHING for their guardian who resides in Cannon Cannon Tn. David J Wheeler was owner of about 280 acres of land, at the time of his death in Civil Dist. # 5, bounded by RUSHING and William Murphy, Murphree, Horatio Coop and R.B. Rucker and M. R. RUSHING of parts unknown) executors of the Last Will & Testament of John RUSHING, dec'd. David J. Wheeler' admr is William K. Ransom of Bedford Co.

LAND DEED GENEALOGY
Deed Bk W pg 32 23 July 1824
Samuel Plumlee to Joseph RUSHING, 20 acres. Samuel Plumlee, adm. of estate of Thomas Plumlee, dec'd of Bedford Co. Tn, sold to Joseph RUSHING land in Bedford Co., on waters of Weakleys Creek. Borders Benjamin Lemons. Wit: Evan RUSHING and Solomon Maxwell. Reg: 17 Feb 1827
Deed Bk DD pg 269 5 Jan 1832
John RUSHING was wit. Along with Evan Harris on deed for Simeon Gilly
Pg 390 31 Oct 1832
Solomon Maxwell, Daniel Maxwell, Johnathan King, Mashea Hail of Randolph Co. IL, and Kexiah RUSHING and RUNSHIN & McGuffin of Bedford Co., all lawful heirs of Thomas Maxwell, Sr, dec'd, conveyed to Thomas Maxwell Jr of Bedford Co. land in Bedford Co., on Clems Creek. Borders Thoams Tompson, and Richard Varable(Venable), 82 acres. Wit: James T. Byler and Caleb Cox
Deed Bk EE pg 340 1 Nov 1834
"borders on Peter RUSHING
Deed Bk FF
28 Apr 1835
We, Elijah, Elizabeth, Jeremiah RUSHING and Elivra Deason, heirs of John RUSHING, dec'd, all of age, that our mother is a widow and that she has several small children to raise and support and that the estate is small, we jointly agree that she, our mother, have the remainder of the estate afer paying our father's debts. Wit Jesse Deason, William Burrow and Elijah RUSHING Reg; 3 Dec 1835
Pg 203 13 Mar 1835
James Ervin of City of New Orleans to Wilson E. RUSHING of Bedford Co., land in Bedford Co on headwaters of the Wartrace Fork. Borders Absalom Manley's corner, William Norvell, Thomas RUSHING and James Frizzle's corner. 39 acres. Wit: nathan Chaffin and Samuel Whitworth Reg: 8 Mar 1836
Pg 329 9 Ar 1833
Joel RUSHING of Giles Co. Tn, to William Taylor of Bedford Co. Tn, land in Bedford Co, on the waters of Weakley Creek. Borders George Doherty survey, Evan RUSHING dec'd, conrner and Caleb Cox. 45 acres. Wit: Joel Kimmons and Caleb Cox Reg:25 May 1836
Deed Bk GG
Pg 146 12 NoV 1836
Robert Allison of Bedford Co. to Travis C. Nash, Price C. Steele, John RUSHING, John thompson, Robert Allison, Thaoms C. Rankins, and Joseph Williams, as Trustees for the Christian Religion, donate land to be build a Meeting House. Bounded by North Fork, road leading from Shelbyville to Nashville. 1 acre. Wit" John Thompson and James A. KEELE Reg: 3 July 1837
Pg 172 26 Aug 1828
John L. KEELE of Bedford Co. to Christopher Hoover of Rutherford Co., 50 acres of land in Bedford Co. on waters of Alexanders, it being originally granted by NC to George Alexander. Bounded by John RUSHING. Wit: John Rawlings and John L Hoover Reg: 8 Aug 1837
Pg 332 5 Jan 1838
E.A. RUSHING wit for sale of slave from Wm. Hooper, Richard Bandy & Judah Hooper to Wm. Hooper
Deed Bk HH
Pg 124 1 Dec 1836
John S. Booth to Elizabeth Haynes and heirs. Deed 56 acres. John s. Booth of Bedford Co. and Elizabeth Haynes and Harriet, John , Thomas, and Henry Haynes, they being the widow and children of John Haynes, dec'd, all of Bedford Co. Tn . John RUSHING and Elizabeth Haynes, Executor and Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of John Hynes, dec'd. Will directed to purchase land for his wife and children during her lifetime or widowhood. In case of her death or marriage, should go to his five children. Land in Bedford Co., on waters of the North Fork. Borders James A Keel and William McKay. Wit: John Latimer and Jacob Ficher. Reg: 10 Aug 1838
Deed Bk JJ
Pg 135 6 Nov 1839
John Maxwell and others to Olive Bullock.
Deed 75 acres. John Maxwell, Keziah RUSHING and Mesheck Haile as attoney in fact, for Solomon Maxwell, Daniel Maxwell, Thomas Maxwell, Jonathon King and his wife Jemima King, Elizabeth Haile of Bedford Co., one part, and Olive Bullock of Bedford Co. the other part, Land in Bedford Co. on west side of Clems Creek in the 10th Dist. Borders Clems Creek. Wit J.C. RUSHING and A. Poplin Reg: 25 Dec 1839
Pg 317 21 May 1840
"bounded by Abel RUSHING"
Deed Bk MM
Page 135 23 Dec 1842
Keziah Rshing to Martha Poplin. Deed of Gift. For love and affection Keziah RUSHING has for daughter Martha RUSHING, now Martha Poplin, conveys a negro girl Eliza. Wit: Jno. H. Lane and G. W. Lain(Lane) Reg: 27 Dec 1842
Keziah to Dau. Amyline RUSHING now Amyline Deason, a negro girl Juda Keziah to dau. Jemima RUSHING now Jemima Lane, a negro girl Milly.
Pg 330 7 Mar 1843
E.D. RUSHING to William Bullock. Deed of Gift. E. D. RUSHING of Bedford Co. Tn for respect and love for William, son of Olive Bullock of Bedford Co. Tn, granted unto him, nine sheep. Reg: 18 Apr 1843
Pag 351 29 Dec 1842
E.D rushing AND Noah Putman Wit: for John Byler to Thomas Black
Pg 353 29 Dec 1842
E. D. RUSHING wit: for sale of slave
Deed Bk NN
Pg 27 25 Oct 1843
Marriage contract between Robert Taylor and Keziah RUSHING. Robert Taylor of Williamson Co. Tn. and Keziah RUSHING of Bedford Co. Tn ageed to marry and to make a marriage contract. Robert Taylor has a quantity of negroes (20 or more) and land from five to six hundred acres and he is to the exclusive right to dispose of the whole property to benefit his legal heirs. Keziah RUSHING has a negro woman and her three children and forty four acres which is to be disposed of according to the will of her former husband Evan RUSHING., dec'd The negro woman and her three children is to go with keziah RUSHING to Robert Taylor's house. Wit: William J. Lane and A. Poplin. Reg: 26 Oct 1843
Pg 342 9 Nov 1843
Joseph RUSHING BORDER and Marthiny RUSHING wit: for James T. Crain to Collins & Prry. (land belonged to Caleb Cox, dec'd)
Deed Bk OO
Pg 390 11 Jul 1846
N.W. Springer and others to Hugh McCory. Deed, undivided interest.
Nathan W. Springer, Wm. W. RUSHING and Susan RUSHING, conveyed to Hugh McCory, all the undivided interest that they have in a tract of land in Bedford Co., in Dist. # 9 off 115 Acres. The tract being the same Sarah Springer died seized and possessed of, their interest being one ninth of said tract. Nanthan W. Springer being one ninth and William W. RUSHING and Susan RUSHING being one ninth share. Land borders on land of Sarah Springer, James Hrt, Mathis Price, and Lydia Roane. Wit: Jmes T. Springer and Jacob Hileman. Reg: 4 Aug 1846
Deed Bk PP
Pg 73 22 Sept 1846
John RUSHING, borders on, and also wit. For Anna Presgrove to James Presgrove
Pg 162 8 Jan 1847
W. W. RUSHING and S.S, Whitworth witnessess for Jane E. Springer to Hugh McCrory
Pg 344 6 Jan 1848
Keziah RUSHING, border, Enoch RUSHING, Wit. For William Rucker to Thomas Black
Pg 399 28 Jan 1848
Borders on Joel RUSHING
Deed Bk QQ
Pg 113 1 Jan 1848
M.R. RUSHING wit for W.F. Phifer to James Ogilvie
Pg 117 1 Jan 1848
W.R. Phifer and Martin L. Phifer of Cabarrus Co. Nc, Joseph H. Wilson and M.L. Wlson his wife of Mecklenburg Co. NC, John L. Phifer of Lincoln Co. NC and E. Jones Ervin and his wife Ann E. Erwin of Buck Co. NC sold to Milton R. RUSHING of Bedford Co. land in Bedford Co. on the waters of Fall Creek, it being a part of a tract granted to Martin Phifer of NC and devised by him to the heirs at law of the estate of George Phifer, dec'd. Wit james Ogilvie. Reg: 12 Aug 1848
Pg 312 4 Mar 1848
Elijah RUSHING and wife to A. Burrow. Udivided interest.
Elijah RUSHING and Evaline RUSHING his wife, sold to A. Burrow, their undivided interest in land in Bedford Co. on waters of Flat Creek where Mary burrow now lives, which tract was left to Mary Burrow during he life by William Burrow, dec'd and was granted to William Burrow by the State of Tn. Elijah RUSHING and Evaline RUSHING of Walker Co. Ala. Reg: 21 Dec 1848
Deed Bk RR
Pg 36 4 Jan 1848
Abel RUSHING and others to Alfred Mustain.
Deed of Gift. Abel RUSHING of Rutherford Co. Tn, Milton R. RUSHING and John RUSHING of Bedford Co. Tn., sold to Alfred Mustain, land in Bedford Co. on both sides of Alexander Creek. Bounded by the mouth of Alexander Creek, George Alexander, George Wadley, Widow Short, the North Fork of the Duck River. Wit: Abraham Winsett and N.M. Wheeler. Reg: 30 Jun 1849
Deed Bk SS
Pg 101 7 Mar 1850
Jas. Ogilvie and others to Jennings Moore. Deed 60 acres. We, Jmes Ogilvie and Richard C. Ogilvie, Kimbrough Allison and his wife Sarah, Leonard Bullock and his wife Ann, Augustine Wilson and his wife Nancy, Briant Landis and his wife Margaret, Milton R. RUSHING and his wife Tabitha, sold to Jennings Moore, land in Bedford Co. in Dist # 11. Bounded by widow Covington, and Thomas Allison., Wit E.A. Wilson, W.E. Jeffries, and J.R. Stem. Reg: 9 Aug 1850
Pg 102
Same- sold to Briant Landis
Pg 103
Same- sold to Richard C. Ogilvie
Pg 197 29 Dec 1842
E. D. RUSHING and W. B. Marchant witnesses f or sale of land, John Byler to Noah Putman

 

  • DEASON, W. M., Representative from Copiah--
    • resolution offered by 80, 89.
    • votes 42, 45, 48, 50, 51, 68, 73, 82, 88, 89, 92, 93, 95.
  • DEASON, AMOS, Representative from Jones--
    • votes 30, 42, 45.

 

v     Lillie FIKES b.  1886,  m. Edmond DEASON   Lillie died 

Elizabeth married William Monroe DEASON, son of William DEASON and Massey WHITE, 
on 9 Jan 1856 in Monroe County, Alabama. William was born 16 Oct 1833 in Monroe County,
Alabama. He died 30 Sep 1918 in Union County, Arkansas.//
James married Martha J. DEASON on 29 Dec 1843. Martha was born 22 Jun 1823 in Monroe
County, Alabama. She died 22 Nov 1895 in Lauderdale County, Mississippi and was buried in
Fellowship Baptist Cemetery, Lauderdale County, Mississipp

 

1850 Federal Census

DEASON         Amos           45   M         Farmer                   SC
38 071 071 DEASON Elinder 40 F SC
39 071 071 DEASON Sarah 21 F SC
40 071 071 DEASON Dorcas J. 18 F SC X
41 071 071 DEASON Richard M. 15 M SC X

 

Absalom deason Pedigree
  Male   Family

Event(s):
Birth: 
Christening: 
Death: 
1857  
Burial: 

Marriages:
  Spouse:  Zipporah poe Family
  Marriage: 
25 JUL 1823   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama

 

ABSALOM DEASON Pedigree
  Male    

Event(s):
Birth: 
22 JUN 1810   , Bedford, Tennessee
Christening: 
Death: 
09 JUN 1890  
Burial: 

Parents:
  Father:  ABSALOM DEASON Family
  Mother:  MARY LOUISE YERBY

 

CALAWAY DEASON Pedigree
  Male    

Event(s):
Birth: 
About 1823   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Christening: 
Death: 
Burial: 

Parents:
  Father:  ABSALOM DEASON Family
  Mother:  MARY LOUISE YERBY  

 


Spouse:  Nancy A Rose Family
  Marriage: 
18 MAY 1848   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Absolom DEASON Pedigree
  Male    

Event(s):
Birth: 
24 MAR 1790   , Surry, North Carolina
Christening: 
Death: 
18 SEP 1857   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Burial: 
   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Parents:
  Father:  Enoch DEASON Family
  Mother:  Rebecca  

 

Absolom Deason Pedigree
  Male   Family

Event(s):
Birth: 
1790   , , North Carolina
Christening: 
Death: 
Burial: 

Marriages:
  Spouse:  Zepporah Family
  Marriage: 
1824   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama

 

ABSALOM DEASON Pedigree
  Male   Family

Event(s):
Birth: 
23 MAR 1790   , Surrey, England
Christening: 
Death: 
11 SEP 1857  
Burial: 

Marriages:
  Spouse:  ZEPPORAH APLING POE Family
  Marriage: 
05 AUG 1823   , Tuscaloosa, Alabama

 

Absalom DEASON Pedigree
  Male   Family

Event(s):
Birth: 
About 1800   <, , Georgia>
Christening: 
Death: 
Burial: 

Marriages:
  Spouse:  Zeporah Zepola APPLING Family
  Marriage: 
07 MAY 1823   , , Georgia

 

Absalom Deason Pedigree
  Male    

Event(s):
Birth: 
23 MAR 1790   , Surry, North Carolina
Christening: 
Death: 
18 SEP 1857   Northport, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Burial: 

Parents:
  Father:  Enoch Deason Family
  Mother:  Rebecca Deason

 

ABSALOM DEASON Pedigree
  Male   Family

Event(s):
Birth: 
23 MAR 1790   , Surry, North Carolina
Christening: 
Death: 
18 SEP 1857  
Burial: 

Marriages:
  Spouse:  MARY LOUISE YERBY Family
  Marriage: 
1808   , Bedford, Tennessee

 

bsolom DEASON Pedigree
  Male   Family

Event(s):
Birth: 
22 JUN 1810   , , Tennessee
Christening: 
Death: 
09 JUN 1890  
Burial: 

Marriages:
  Spouse:  Catherine Ray Family
  Marriage: 
About 1847   Of, , , Alabama

 

33. ABSALOM DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 23 MAR 1790 , Surry, North Carolina
34. Absalom deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 1790 , , North Carolina
35. Absalom Deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 23 MAR 1790 , Surry, North Carolina
36. Absalom DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: About 1800 <, , Georgia>
37. Absalom DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: About 1800 <, , Georgia>
38. ABSALOM DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 22 JUN 1810 , Bedford, Tennessee
39. Absalom deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Marriage: 25 JUL 1823 , Tuscaloosa, Alabama
40. ABSALOM DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Marriage: 05 AUG 1823 , Tuscaloosa, Alabama
41. Absolom Deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 1790 , , North Carolina
42. Absolom DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 24 MAR 1790 , Surry, North Carolina
43. Absolom Deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 1790 , , North Carolina
44. Absolom DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 23 MAR 1790 , Surry, North Carolina
45. Absolom DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 22 JUN 1810 , , Tennessee
46. Absolom Deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 1810 , , Tennessee
47. Absolom Deason - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 1810 , , Tennessee
48. Absolom DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 22 JUN 1810 , , Tennessee
49. Absolom Jr. DEASON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Birth: 12 JUN 1810 , Bedford, Tennessee

 

edward deason was born about 1758 and was christened on 26 Feb 1757 in dalton. He died on 19 Jan 1814 in newton and was buried on 21 Jan 1814 in dalton. edward deason married Mary Slater on 15 Mar 1783 in dalton.

Mary Slater was born in 1761 in Newton, Lancashire and was christened on 19 Jul 1761 in dalton. She died on 5 Apr 1829 and was buried on 17 Apr 1829 in Dalton in Furness Cemetry, Lancashire. Mary Slater married edward deason on 15 Mar 1783 in dalton.

n.b. apparent contradiction between dalton parish register which indicates burial 14th august 1772 , and dalton churchyard m.i. which indicates died 5th april 1829 aged 67. probable that 2 different individuals are involved.

They had the following children:

 
F i anne deason was born about 1784.
 
M ii james deason was born about 1785 in newton and was christened on 27 Nov 1785 in dalton.
 
M iii abraham deason was born about 1787 in newton and was christened on 28 Oct 1787 in dalton.
 
M iv john deason was born about 1790 in newton and was christened on 30 May 1790 in dalton.
 
M v william deason was born about 1791 in newton and was christened on 11 Dec 1791 in dalton.
 
M vi thomas deason was born about 1793 in newton and was christened on 18 Aug 1793 in dalton.
 
M vii edward deason was born about 1795 in newton and was christened on 15 Nov 1795 in dalton.
 
F viii jane deason was born about 1797 in newton and was christened on 10 Sep 1797 in dalton. She died in 1799 and was buried on 29 Mar 1799 in dalton.
 
M ix Joseph Deason was born in 1799 and died on 18 Jan 1855.
 
F x mary deason was born about 1801 in newton and was christened on 2 Aug 1801 in dalton. She died in 1814 and was buried on 1 Apr 1814 in dalton.

 

Samuel Deason (1765 - )

Born on 1765. He passed away in Lauderdale, Tennessee, USA.

 

Samuel Deason (1790 - )

Born in South Carolina, USA on 1790 to Samuel Deason. Samuel married Nancy and had 6 children.
Samuel Deason
1765-Unknown
Unknown

Spouses & Children
Nancy
1797-Unknown

 

Marriage: 18 Oct 1862 Priory Church of St Mary and St Michael, Cartmel, Lancashire, England
Abraham Deason - 30 Joiner Bachelor of Grange
Elizabeth Stamper - (X), 28 Spinster of Cartmel
    Groom's Father: John Deason, Joiner
    Bride's Father: Richard Stamper, Labourer

Rebecca Deason (1760 - 37)

Born in Surry, North Carolina, USA on 1760. Rebecca married Enoch Deason and had 10 children. She passed away on 37 in Bedford, Tennessee, USA.

 

Listed on page 759 (lines 27-34) and living in Dwelling 1325 (Family 1248) was the household of ABRAHAM DEASON, who was age 50, a farmer with real estate valued at $650 and personal estate valued at $1335, born in TN.  CATHERINE DEASON was age 39, born in NC.  They reported six children, all born in AL—(1)  MATILDA DEASON (age 15, attended school in the year), (2) WM. A. DEASON (age 12, attended school in the year), (3) JOHN A. DEASON (age 10, attended school in the year), (4) SUSAN L. DEASON (age 8, attended school in the year), (5) THOMAS P. DEASON (age 6, attended school in the year), and (6) ROBERT H. DEASON (age 1). This was actually mis-written.  His name was Absalom Deason.  Copy of census microfilm image and work sheet on file.

Listed on page 759 (lines 35-40) and page 760 (line 1), living in Dwelling 1326 (Family 1249) was the household of WM. T. DEASON, who was age 40, a farmer with real estate valued at $400 and personal estate valued at $720, born in AL.  NANCY DEASON was age 33, born in TN.  They reported five children living in the household, all born in AL—(1) JOHN T. DEASON (age 11, attended school in the year), (2) JOSEPH M. DEASON (age 9, attended school in the year), (3) WM. W. DEASON 9age 7, attended school in the year), (4) ABRAHAM F. DEASON (age 5), and (5) WALTER E. DEASON (age 8 months).

 

WALEY DEASON(1807-1901)married NANCY CAUDLE(1807-1893)and was told that she was a CHEROKEE INDIAN. they had 2 children, JOHN DEASON & LIZA DEASON (SMITH). THIS ALL I HAVE.I dont know if u remember me, we went to MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH.My mother THELMA JANE MALONE (CARNES). HER MOTHER IS JESSIE MAE SHUTTLESWORTH (CARNES)

Mary Virginia Knox was born in Lauderdale Co., MS 1 May 1849. 1850 census lists Samuel Knox, 34 (ca 1816), M, farmer, $200, b Tenn, Marsella, 39 (ca 1811), F, b in NC, Sarah E. P., 4 (ca 1846, F, b MS, Mary V., 2 (ca 1848), F, b MS, Robert L. R. 6/12, M, b in MS

William Knox Icn_world

Birth: circa 1685
Castlegea, County Mayo, Connaught, Ireland
Death: April 5, 1774 (89)
Blandford, Hampshire Co., MA

 

Notes for WILLIAM KNOX II:

The following information came from the Book, "William Knox of Blandford,

Mass: a record of the births marriages, and deaths of some of his

descendants/ by Nathaniel Foote (A descendant) of Rochester, N. Y.

November, 1926"

William Knox (ca1720-1773/1774 immigrated from Ireland to Hopkinton,

Massachusetts, and later moved to Blandford, Massachusetts. Descendants

lived in New England, New York, Ohio, Minnesota, Missouri and elsewhere.

Some descendants immigrated to Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. In the

forword of the "Blandford Knoxes", it explains how some relatives over many

years employed Mr. Lawrence Van Alstyne of Sharon, Conn." in writing "The

Ogden Family, Elizabethtown Branch" 1907, 532 pages, and in compiling

material for a Wheeler genealogy and a Knox genealogy. Nathaniel Foote got

the Knox material from Van Alstyne and finished it as "William Knox of

Blandford..." According to the forword, I quote:

"In the Ogden book pp. 323-326 is printed an interesting and appreciative

biographical sketch of William Ogden Wheeler, evidently written by Mr. Van

Alsyne. Near the middle of page 324 is the following, "While the Ogden

work was under way, Mrs. Tiffany, Mr. Wheeler's sister became interested in

tracing the ancestry of her grandmother, Eleanor Knox Wheeler. This he

found time to assist her in and succeeded in tracing the line back to

William Knox, Brother of John Knox, the Reformer." I did not see the Ogden

book until quite recently and since Mr. Van Alstyne's death. In the papers

he turned over to me there was nothing to suggest that anyone had succeeded

in tracing the line of William Knox of Blandford back to William, a brother

of John Knox the Reformer. He undoubtedly believed that Mr. Wheeler had so

succeeded at the time he made that statement in the Ogden book in 1907; but

between that year and 1918, he must have convinced himself that there was

not sufficient authority or proof to support the statement. "After all the

research over so many years, we do not know where in Europe our William

lived before he came here or who his ancestors were or what relatives he

left behind him."(In other words, Nathaniel Foote is saying "I don't

know"!)

Quoting from First Page of Book:

Knox Genealoby

First Generation

1. William Knox (1), B.---,-,---; d.---,-,---; will dated June 5, 1773,

proved April 5, 1774; m. Elizabeth ----, b.---,-,--; d.---,-,---; dau. of

-----.

William Knox, with who this record has to do, is first found at Hopkinton,

Mass. When he came there, or where he came from, is not definitely known,

though there is a tradition that he came from the north of Ireland with his

brothers Adam and John. In a work intitled, "The Taverns and Turnpikes of

Bandford", by Rev. Sumner G. Wood, published in 1908, it is said, on page

69, speaking of Deacon John Knox who began the business of innkeeper at

Blandford in 1757, that, "This town worthy had emigrated from Glasgow,

Scotland, his native city, with his older brothers William and Adam, when

only ten years old." No authority is given. This John is apparently

number 2 son of William. He was born about 1720, and if ten years of age

when he came to this country, he came about 1730. A work entitled, "The

Genealogical Memoirs of John Knox", by Rev. Charles Rogers, London, 1879,

contains this statement in an appendix at page 172, "Adam Knox, born in the

Province of Ulster in 1719, emigrated to America in 1737, accompanied by

his two younger brothers. he settled at Boston, one of the brothers,

William, accepting employment at New Glasgow, now called Blandford, in

western Massachusetts. Adam and William are both married. Their

descendants are numerous thoughout the States. " Knox Genealogy. -1. The

date of emigration, 1737, conflicts with the record at Hopkinton, which

under date of May 15th, 1730, "Born to William and Elizabeth Knocks, a

daughter, Elizabeth"

Children of WILLIAM KNOX and ELIZABETH are:

3.i.JOHN3 KNOX, b. 1720, Blandford, Hampden, MA; d. November 25, 1800,

Blandford, Hampshire, MA.

4.ii.ADAM KNOX, b. 1721, Blandford, Hampden Ma.

iii.GRISWOLD KNOX, b. 1725, Blandford, Hampden Ma; m. DAVID BLACK, 1745,

Blandford, Hampden Ma.

iv.AGNES KNOX, b. 1727, Blandford, Hampden, Ma; d. Abt. April 05, 1774;

m. UNKNOWN BROWN, 1747, Blandford, Hampden Ma.

v.ELIZABETH KNOX, b. May 15, 1730, Hopkinton, Ma; d. Abt. 1773.

____

   General Notes: 1. The exact date William Knox emmigrated from the Province of Ulster in 1Ireland is uncertain, but a book entitled "The Taverns and Turnpikes of 1Blandford," by Rev. Sumner G. Wood, says that John Knox was ten, and since 1he was born in 1720, the date of emmigration would be 1730. William Knox 1came with three sons, Adam, William and John. Adam, the oldest, stayed 1in the Boston area while the rest of the family moved in 1737 to the west 1part of Massachusetts to a town called New Glasgow, later Blandford, which 1is now in Hampden County, Massachusetts. 2. The first record of William Knox is at Hopkinton, Massachusetts, where 1there is a record dated May 15th, 1730 saying "Born to William and Eliza- 1beth Knocks, a daughter, Elizabeth." 3. "On April 1st, 1737, William Knox of Hopkinton, Mass., weaver, buys of 1Christopher Jacob Lawton and wife, of Leicester, Mass., 800 acres of land 1in a place called Glasgow (now Blandford); consideration 800 pounds." 4. "William Knox is frequently mentioned in Blandford town records up to 11774, when his will is probated at Northampton, Mass. The will is dated 1June 5, 1773 and proved April 5, 1774. He styles himeself, "William Knox 1of Blandford, Gentleman," and says he is infirm of body but of sound mind; 1names well beloved wife Elizabeth; son John, to be sole executor; son 1William; son Adam; daughter Griswold, the wife of David Black; names 1David Brown, James Brown and Elizabeth Brown, now Elizabeth Campfield, 1the children of my daughter Agnes, deceased."
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Descendants of William Deason




Generation No. 1


1. WILLIAM1 DEASON died April 27, 1693. He married ELIZABETH AYRES in Baltimore Co. Maryland, daughter of EDMUND AYRES.

Notes for WILLIAM DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
THE DEASONS OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND 'The family name occurs in
records with a variety of spellings, the most common being Deason,
Dison, Dyson. Less frequently, the name appears as Decen, Deson,
Desson, Deyson or Deacon. Some of the Deasons of Baltimore County,
Maryland may have arrived there in the late 1600s from southeast
Virginia, most likely either from Nansemond (Upper Norfolk) Co. or
from Isle of Wight Co. William Dison One of the earliest known members
of the family in Baltimore County was William Dison, who appears as a
taxable in 1692 in the north side of Lord BalLimore's Gunpowder
Hundred. William Dison married Elizabeth Ayres, a daughter of Edmund
Ayres, who died in Baltimore Co. by 27 April 1674. Elizabeth,
however, may not have been the mother of William's children, as
suggested by her will (see below). But although final proof is
lacking, it seems probable that William Dison was the ancestor of
later generations of Deasons in Baltimore Co. and elsewhere. William
Dison died by 27 April 1693 when Richard Adams and Robert Dowlas
inventoried Ws estate. Ms widow Elizabeth administered the estate of
William Dison in SepL 1693 in Baltimore Co. Elizabeth's marriage to
William Dison and her relationship to Edmund Ayres is established by a
record referring to her second marriage to John Devega, which states
that Elizabeth is the widow of William Dison and the dau-hter of
Edmund Ayres (Baltimore Co. Court Proceedings, Bk. G #1 1693-1696 and
Bk. RM #HS, abstracted by Robert W. Bames). Elizabeth's second
marriage after the 1693 death of William Dison must have lasted only
one year or less, as her will in Baltimore Co. is dated 5 March 1693
and was proved 30 July 1694. Named were husband John Devege (sic),
executor and sole legatee of estate, both real and personal. The
absence of any mention of Dison offspring suggests (but certainly does
not prove) that perhaps Elizabeth was not the mother of William
Dison's children. At the time of her death, Elizabeth's tentative
son, or step-son, known in later records as William Joshua Deason, may
have been living in the household of James Maxwell, who at the
settlement of Elizabeth's estate acted as witness, along Robert Dowlas
(or Dowse) and John Debruder. Another tentative son of William Dison
may have been Edward Dison, about whom little is known other than his
marriage to Anne Collett 28 THE DEASONS OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, MAR April
1702 in St. James Parish. Anne Collett was probably a daughter of
John Collett of Baltimore Co. Significant in regard to the question of
whether William Joshua Deason was the natural son of Elizabeth Ayres
Dison is the fact that one of the witnesses to the will of Elizabeth
Ayres Devega in 1693-94, namely Robert Dowlas (sic), is likely to be
the same as the one who, along with Richard Adams, had inventoried the
estate of William Dison in 1693. And in 1696 in Baltimore Co.,
William Desonn witnessed the will of Richard Adams. This William can
be none other than William Dison/Deason the younger, tentatively
identified as a son of William Dison. One of the other witnesses at
the will of Richard Adams was Mary Standeber (sic), who almost
certainly was Mary Standefer, the wife of William Standefer. Mary and
William Standefer seem to have been the parents of William Joshua
Deason's wife Mary Standefer (see below). It may be significant also
that Richard Adams the younger, son of Richard Adams who died in 1696,
was the fourth husband of a woman named Sarah Holman. Sarah was a
daughter of Abraham and Isabella Holman. The Holmans came to Maryland
ca. 1650 (the family may have spent time in VA). Abraham Holman was
one of Baltimore County's most active land traders, with ties to John
Collet, William York, John Hall (who may or may not be the same John
Hall who married Sarah Holman after the death of George Hooper & John
Collier), Thomas Preston & many others. Sarah's mother Isabella
Holman, after the death of Abraham Sr. ca. 1666, married Edward Ayres,
who may be related to, or identical with, Edmund Ayres, father-in-law
of William Dison/Deason. Because Isabella was bom ca. 1635, she would
have been young enough to still bear a child by Edmund/Edward Ayres.
One suggestion that Elizabeth was the mother of William Joshua Deason,
and not his step-mother, is the fact that William the younger named a
son Edmund Deason (see below). The first name of Elizabeth Ayres's
father is not certain, since it may have been transcribed from some
original records as Edward, a name which was often abbreviated as
Edw., and which could easily be confused with the abbreviation for
Edmund, rendered as Edm.. An Edward Ayres bought 200 acres called
"Wandsworth" from William and Susannah Orchard in March 1666/7. He
may be the same as the Edward Ayres who surveyed 100 acres of "Ayres
Addition" in April 1668 in.Baltimore Co. Someone named Edward Ayres
married Isabella Holman, widow of Abraham Holman sometime after
posting bond on 22 Nov 1666 on Holman's estate. Another, or the same,
Edward Ayres died by 27 April 1674 when administration bond was posted
by James Collier, William Osboume and James Phillips. It is likely
that the Edmund Ayres who was on the nearby Accomac (VA) Quit Rent
Rolls for 1704 had some connection to the Baltimore Co. Ayres or was
in some other way related to Elizabeth Ayres. There was at least one
other intermarriage of the Deason and Ayres families. Jeremiah Airs
who married Sarah Deason on 1 1 Feb. 1768 in Baltimore Co. may be a
son of Jeremiah Ayres and his wife Mary Franklin, who were married in
Baltimore Co. on 2 April 1738. The relationships of Sarah Deason to
earlier Deasons and that of the elder Jeremiah Ayres to earlier
generations of the Ayres family in Baltimore Co., have not been
established

       
Child of WILLIAM DEASON and ELIZABETH AYRES is:

2. i.   WILLIAM2 DEASON, d. May 12, 1730.

 

Descendants of William Deason


Generation No. 2


2. WILLIAM2 DEASON (WILLIAM1) died May 12, 1730. He married MARY STANDEFER, daughter of WILLIAM STANDEFER and MARY STANDERFER.

Notes for WILLIAM DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
William Joshua Deason of Baltimore County, Maryland is perhaps the
earliest Deason to be found in Maryland who can with some certainty be
linked to later Deasons who went to Virginia, North Carolina and South
Carolina. As indicated above, his relationship as a son of William
Dison is highly probable but not proven. In 1699 he is shown as a
taxable in the Baltimore County tax list as dwellin- in the house of
James Maxwell on the North Side of Gunpowder Hundred. This indicates
that he must have been at least sixteen years old in that year to be
taxable and, therefore, his date of birth must have been 1683 or
earlier. The birth of some of his children by 1704 (as shown below)
also suggests he was probably bom ca. 1680. However, a William Dison
witnessed the will of William York made at Bush River, Baltimore Co.,
dated 23 Nov 1690 and proved 6 Feb 1690/1, in which York gave his wife
and executrix Mary his plantation on Bush River, residue to go to sons
William, Oliver, John, George and James. Philip Collier, Edward Allely
and John Hall were other witnesses. Without doubt, this William Dison
may have been the elder one who died in 1693. If, however, this was
the same William Deason as in the 1699 record, then William Deason's
date of birth may have been ca. 1674 or earlier. 'ne inventory of
William York's will was made by Thomas Preston and Richard Adams in
1691 (Balto. Co. Inventories 4/150). As mentioned earlier, in 1696 a
William Desonn who witnessed the will of Richard Adams was William
Deason the younger. William Deason is shown on the Baltimore County
Tax List in the Gunpowder Upper Hundred area from 1699 through 1706
with the exception of 1705 when for some reason his name is absent THE
DEASONS OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND On March 20, 1720 William Deason
leased Lot #15 on Lord Baltimore's Gunpowder Manor (in Gunpowder Upper
Hundred). William Deason, John Fuller and William Demmitt were the
first lessees of the manor and took out their leases the same day.
William Deason leased his 100 acres on the manor for the lifetime of
his three eldest sons, Samuel, William Jr. and John. In 1767, Lord
Baltimore made a survey of his manor and the record shows that at that
time Samuel was 63 years old. William Jr. was 60 years old and John
was 58 years old. However, John's age was more likely "53" since St.
John's Church Register shows his year of birth as 1714. The entry
also significantly notes that the three Deasons had gone to Virginia
about 15 years earlier, that is, in about the year 1752. William
Deason Sr. married Mary Standefer, daughter of William Standefer and
his wife Mary. Their children were: 1)Samuel Deason b. ca. 1704 (per
manor "lives"). 2)William Deason Jr. b. ca. 1707 (per manor "lives").
3)Mary Deason b. ca. 1711/12 (per manor "lives"). 4)Rebecca Deason
b. 9 March 1712/13 (St. John's Parish). 5)John Deason b. 25 Sept.
1714 (St. John's Parish). 6)Benjamin Deason b. Sept. 1719 (St.
John's Parish). 7)Enoch Deason b. ca. 1720 (on 1737 tax list in home
of his sister's husband). 8)Edmund Deason b. 10 March 1721 (St.
Paul's Parish). Only four of Wiliam Deason and Mary's children are
registered in St. John's Parish but his three eldest sons are proved
by the Lord Baltimore Survey of the Gunpowder Manor in 1767. William
Deason had leased "Deason's Adventure" of the Manor on 20 March 1720,
for the lifetimes of sons Samuel, William Jr. and John. (See Slattery,
"Gunpowder Manor Individual Plats" based on Lord Baltimore Survey of
the Manor in 1767.) William and Mary's daughter Mary Deason married
Abraham Enloes (also spelled Enloe, Enlow, Inloe, Inloes), a lessee of
the Manor in 1730. Her age in the 1767 survey is shown in one
instance as 55 and in another as 56. She has to be the daughter of
William Deason Sr. and Mary because there was no other Deason old
enough to be her father in Baltimore County; in 1737 she and her
husband are obviously the guardian of her brother, Enoch Deason. There
is no record to be found regarding the exact date of death of William
Deason Sr. or his wife, Mary. William was deceased by 12 May 1730
when his widow Mary renounced administration of his estate in favor of
Luke Stansbury (an in-law), who on 27 July 1730 posted bond with
Thomas Stansbury and Walter James (the latter family intermarried with
the related Enloes family). William Deason Sr. does not appear on the
1737 tax list. On the same tax list, where Samuel, John and Benjamin
are shown as taxables in the same household, Enoch Deason is shown as
a taxable in the house of Abraham Enloes, and William Deason Jr. is
shown as living in a single household in the 1737 list.

       
Children of WILLIAM DEASON and MARY STANDEFER are:

3. i.   ENOCH3 DEASON, d. 1830, Bedford County Tennessee.

4. ii.   MARY DEASON.

5. iii.   SAMUEL DEASON, b. 1704.

6. iv.   WILLIAM DEASON, b. 1707.

  v.   REBECCA DEASON, b. March 09, 1711/12.

7. vi.   JOHN DEASON, b. September 25, 1714.

  vii.   BENJAMIN DEASON, b. September 1719; m. TEREZIER DEASON, 1759.

  Notes for BENJAMIN DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Benjamin Deason, son of William and Mary, was bom Sept. 1719 and
married Tarrisha Sheppard 9 Dec. 1742 in St. John's Parish. She was
the daughter of William Sheppard and his wife, Margaret. Tarrisha was
bom 2 Oct. 1726 in St. John's Parish, Baltimore Co., and she was
sister of Ann Sheppard who married William Deason, brother of
Benjamin. Benjamin Deason was in Craven Co. SC by 5 Dec. 1759 when he
sold to John Walker of Rowan Co. NC land in Rowan Co. on the south
side of the Dan River. In July, Tarrisha Deason relinquished her
dower. (Rowan Co. NC Deeds, Bk. 4, f. 239).



8. viii.   EDMOND DEASON, b. March 30, 1721.

 

Descendants of William Deason


Generation No. 3


3. ENOCH3 DEASON (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) died 1830 in Bedford County Tennessee. He married REBECCA DEASON in North Carolina.
       
Children of ENOCH DEASON and REBECCA DEASON are:

9. i.   SHEPPARD4 DEASON.

10. ii.   MARTHA DEASON, b. Anson Co NC; d. Abt. 1803, Bedford Co Tenn.

  iii.   RUTH ANNITA DEASON.

11. iv.   REBECCA DEASON.

  v.   JOEL DEASON.

12. vi.   NANCY DEASON, b. 1782, North Carolina.

13. vii.   WILLIAM DEASON, b. November 07, 1783, S.C..

14. viii.   JOSEPH DEASON, b. June 08, 1784, North Carolina; d. November 26, 1845, Georgia.

15. ix.   MILLY DEASON, b. 1785, S.C..

16. x.   ABSALOM DEASON, b. March 23, 1790, Surry Co., N.c.; d. September 18, 1857, North Port, Tuscaloosa Co. Al..

17. xi.   JOHN DEASON, b. 1795, Franklin Co. N.c.; d. 1848, Bedford County Tennessee.
4. MARY3 DEASON (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1). She married ABRAHAM ENLOES 1730 in Baltimore Co. Maryland.

Notes for MARY DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Mary Deason, daughter of William and Mary, was born ca. 1711/12 in
Baltimore Co. She married Abraham Enloes, another lessee of Gunpowder
Manor, in 1730 in St. John's Parish. Abraham Enloes was the son of
Abraham Enloes and Elizabeth. He was a grandson of Hendrick and
Christiana Enloes. His mother married second John Ensor ca. 1710, as
her husband had died in 1709 and she had a son, John Ensor Jr. in
1711. In 1733, Abraham Enloes leased Lot #50 on Lord Baltimore's
Gunpowder Manor which consisted of 100 acres and may have been called
at that time "Enloe's Last Shift." In 1743, he leased another 41 acres
on the Gunpowder Manor known at the time as "Abraham's Desire." In the
Maryland resurvey of the manor, these two leases were known as
"Enloe's Last Shift" (1785). Both leases were made for the lifetime
of his wife, Mary, age 55 (in 1767) and son, Benjamin Enioes, age 28
(in 1767) although the second lease showed Mary's age as 56 (in 1767).
Benjamin was actually born 19 Jan. 1738/39 so the 1767 survey was
correct on his age. Abraham Enloes died intestate between July and
August of 1758. His wife Mary Deason Enioes administered the estate
per Baltimore County Administration Accounts Liber 6, f. 244. The
account states that the deceased left ten children. Except for four
of these children, whose births were recorded in St. John's & St.
George's Parish, the "ten" children have had to be guessed at from
other records. The first child of Abraham Enloes and Mary according
to the church records was Anthony, born in 1731. However, this son
may have died in infancy since Benjamin Enloes is shown as Abraham's
heir in his lease of Lot #50 of the Gunpowder Manor in 1733. (Note:
Benjamin, born in 1738/39, was probbly added to the lease at a later
date since he was not alive when his father first leased the property
in 1733. Thomas Enloes is shown on most lists of genealogists as a
son of Abraham with the speculation he was born ca. 1729. This date,
of course, could mean he was born before the marriage of Abraham and
Mary. Also, there is no proof that Abraham Enloes and Henry Enloes
who married the Elliott sisters were sons of Abraham and Mary but it
is most likely that they were. You might say that the speculations
were based on people who were in the right place, at the right time,
and supported by church records in one way or another to be considered
children of Abraham and Mary Deason Enloes. Sometime after her
husband's death in 1758, Mary Enloes probably joined her Deason
relatives in York County, South Carolina. She left a will there and
one source said she died in 1774 while another said, 1789. She only
named directly one child in her will as a daughter: Christen, or
Christiana. The children of Abraham Enloes and Mary Deason accepted
thus far: 1)Thomas Enloes (b. ca. 1729) m. Sarah James (b. 10 Feb.
1733, daughter of William) 2 June 1754. 2)Anthony Enloes b. August,
173 1. No other info. 3)Abraham Enloes b. ca. 1733, m. Jemima Elliott
(b. 30 Nov. 1738, daughter of James Elliott and Mary Wickes) 28 Nov.
1754, d. 1808 Washington Co. PA. 4)Avarilla Enloes b. 1734 m. Robert
Garner 3 May 1757 (Note: the record shows Robert Gardener).
5)Benjamin Enloes b. 19 Jan. 1738/39 d. prob. SC. No other info.
6)Sarah Enloes b. 16 Feb. 1740. 7)Henry Enloes b. ? d. 1828
Kentucky, m. Mary Elliott (b. 24 May 1744, daughter of James and Mary)
26 May 1763. 8)Enoch Enloes b. ca. 1741 d. 1799 York Co. SC m. 1) _
Spruseband; 2) Jane McCord. 9)Isaac Enloes b. 13 Feb. 1745 (Enloes
Bible) d. 1819 York Co. SC, m. Violet Porter. 10)Deason Enloes. No
other info. I1) Christen Enloes (in mother's will). 12)Potter
Enloes. No other info. 13)John Enloes. No other info. The final
account of Abraham Enloes' estate in 1758 in Baltimore Co. not only
shows his wife, Mary Deason Enloes as his administratrix but shows the
appraisers of the estate to be Williwn Ensor and James Elliott. James
Elliott was the father of Jemima and Mary Elliott who married
respectively Abraham Enloes and Henry Enloes, supposed sons of Abraham
Enloes and Mary Deason Enloes. The fact that James Elliott appraised
the estate of Abraham Enloes adds a bit of support to the supposition
that James Elliott was the ather of Jem' a and Mary Elliott. Also of
interest is that William Ensor Sr. was security for William Ensor Jr.
and Charles Deason as shown on the Baltimore Co. Tax List of 1773 for
Gunpowder Upper Hundred. The only Deasons in Baltimore Co. as late as
1773 seem to be Enoch Deason and this Charles Deason. Mary Deason
Enloes, as Mary Enlow, left a will in York Co. SC which, according to
Col. Thomas A. Enloe (now deceased), was probated Feb. 1789. South
Carolina Wills. an index compiled by Martha Lou Houston, (originally
published in 1939), reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co.
Baltimore, 1970, shows the will may be found as part of the
collections of the University of South Carolina Library, Columbia, SC
(1939). The reference is given as Vol. 1, date 1770-1815, p. 3. Her
will referred to a daughter, Christen, or Christiana, and "to burial
at the discretion of my children."

       
Children of MARY DEASON and ABRAHAM ENLOES are:

  i.   MARY4 ENLOES.

  ii.   POTTER ENLOES, d. October 29, 1832, Spartanburg S.C.; m. NANCY ENLOE, 1815, Spartanburg S.C..

  iii.   ANTHONY ENLOES, b. August 1731.

  iv.   THOMAS ENLOES, b. 1732.

  v.   ABRAHAM ENLOES, b. 1733.

  vi.   ABARILLA ENLOES, b. 1734; m. ROBERT GARDNER, May 03, 1757.

  vii.   BENJAMIN ENLOES, b. January 19, 1737/38.

  viii.   SARAH ENLOES, b. February 16, 1739/40.

  ix.   ENOCH ENLOES, b. 1741.

  x.   ISSAC ENLOES, b. February 13, 1744/45.

  xi.   CHRISTEN ENLOES, b. 1753.
5. SAMUEL3 DEASON (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1704. He married MARY JOHNSON September 1737 in Baltimore Co. Maryland.

Notes for SAMUEL DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Samuel Deason, son of William and Mary, was bom ca. 1704 in Baltimore
Co. MD and mam'ed Mary Johnson in Sept. 1737 in St. John's Parish,
Baltimore Co. Mary's parentage is not proven, but she may be the
daughter of either Jacob Johnson (d. 1739) and Alice Moore; or of
Thomas Johnson and Mary Enloes, older sister of Christiana Enloes who
was the second wife of William Standefer, a nephew of Samuel Deason's
mother. 'Me children of Samuel Deason and Mary Johnson were:
1)William Deason b. 24 June 1738. 2)Jemima Deason, b. ca. 1740 (age
2 yrs. in 1742). 3)Mary Deason b. ca. 1740 (age 2 yrs. in 1742).
4)Samuel Deason b. 18 Nov. 1746. In 1742, Samuel Deason leased a part
of "My Lady's Manor" (a few miles away from the Gunpowder Manor) and
the lease was to be in effect for the lifetime of his children:
William, a-e 5; Jemima, age 2; and Mary, age 2. According to the 1767
survey of the Gunpowder Manor, the Deasons, probably including Samuel,
had moved to Virginia about 15 years ago which would indicate
approximately the year 1752. Samuel Deason does not appear on the
1773 List of Taxables in Gunpowder Upper Hundred of Baltimore County.
There is no evidence of his death in Baltimore County.

       
Children of SAMUEL DEASON and MARY JOHNSON are:

  i.   WILLIAM4 DEASON, b. June 24, 1738.

  ii.   JEMIMA DEASON, b. 1740.

  iii.   MARY DEASON, b. 1740.

  iv.   SAMUEL DEASON, b. November 19, 1746.
6. WILLIAM3 DEASON (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1707. He married ANN SHEPPERD February 09, 1738/39 in Baltimore Co. Maryland.
       
Children of WILLIAM DEASON and ANN SHEPPERD are:

  i.   MARY4 DEASON, b. April 08, 1739.

  ii.   ELISHABEE DEASON, b. December 1743.

  iii.   ALIMSWAY DEASON, b. December 1743.

18. iv.   WILLIAM DEASON, b. 1744.

  v.   JEMIMA DEASON, b. 1745.
7. JOHN3 DEASON (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born September 25, 1714. He married MARY HALL May 01, 1749 in Baltimore Co. Maryland.

Notes for JOHN DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
John Deason, son of William and Mary, was bom 25 Sept. 1714 and
married Mary Hall 1 May 1749 in St. John's Parish, Baltimore Co. He is
not shown on the Baltimore County Tax List of 1773. 'Me birth of his
last known child in St. John's Parish shows he must have remained in
Baltimore Co. until July 1752. However, since Lord Baltimore's survey
of the manor in 1767 indicates the Deasons had gone to Virginia about
1752, perhaps John Deason and his wife, Mary, left soon after the
birth of their daughter, Karranhappuck, along with the other Deasons.
Their children, bom in St. John's Parish, were:
1)MaryDeasonb.7Marchl751(?).Seenotebelow. 2)Karranhappuck or
Karanhapage Deason b. 17 July 1752. Note:In England the Julian (Old
Style Calendar was changed to the Gregorian Calendar in 1752. Also,
the church recognized March 25th as the first day of the year rather
than January Ist. Therefore, all church records before 25th of March
1752 should have double-dating, such as January 1, 1741/2 . . - these
double dates were applicable for the months of January, February and
March only. These church records were copied from the original St.
John's and St. George's Parish Records by a Mrs. Harrison in the late
1800s. In several cases, when there should be double-dating, such
dating is missing. Whether some of the double-dates were omitted by
Mrs. Harrison and she made a choice of one year or the other, I cannot
say. However, sometimes when double-dates are obviously called for and
are not there, some birthdates intimate a child was bom either out of
wedlock, or conceived before the parents marriage whereas the birth
was legitimate all the way. Since Mary Deason above was bom before
the 25th of March 1752 perhaps her bir-thdate should have been shown
as 1751/2 since the births of Mary and her sister, Karranhappuck,
couldn't have been so close together (I don't

       
Children of JOHN DEASON and MARY HALL are:

  i.   MARY4 DEASON, b. March 07, 1751/52.

  ii.   KERRENHAPPUCK DEASON, b. July 17, 1752.
8. EDMOND3 DEASON (WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born March 30, 1721. He married ELIZABETH DEASON 1740.

Notes for EDMOND DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Edmund Deason, son of William and Mary, was born 31 March 1721. His
wife may have been Elizabeth Armstrong, daughter of John Armstrong and
Rebecca Hicks. In 1742, Edmund leased part of "My Lady's Manor,"
Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore Co., for the lifetimes of himself and his
wife, Elizabeth, age 17 and their daughter Rebecca Deason, about two
months old at the time. Rebecca Deason may be the same as the one who
on 27 May 1767 married William Standefer, son of William Standefer and
Christiana Enloes.

       
Children of EDMOND DEASON and ELIZABETH DEASON are:

  i.   REBECCA4 DEASON, b. November 27, 1743.

  ii.   ELIZA DEASON, b. November 13, 1745.

 

9. SHEPPARD4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1).
       
Children of SHEPPARD DEASON are:

  i.   JOEL R.5 DEASON.

  ii.   ELVY DEASON.
10. MARTHA4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born in Anson Co NC, and died Abt. 1803 in Bedford Co Tenn. She married JOSEPH RUSHING.
       
Children of MARTHA DEASON and JOSEPH RUSHING are:

  i.   EVAN5 RUSHING, m. KEZIAH MAXWELL.

  ii.   JOSEPH C. RUSHING, b. Anson Co NC; d. 1857, Bedford Co Tenn.

  iii.   JOEL RUSHING, b. December 26, 1799, Anson Co NC; d. July 10, 1878, Grandcote Prairie, Perry Co. Ill.; m. (1) SUSANNA HAILE; m. (2) SABRA TACKET, 1843; m. (3) MARTHA Y. WELLS, November 25, 1850, Perry Co. Ill..
11. REBECCA4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1). She married (2) JOSEPH LOYD.
       
Children of REBECCA DEASON and JOSEPH LOYD are:

  i.   JOURDEN5 LOYD, b. 1822.

  ii.   WILLIAM LOYD, b. 1824.

  iii.   MARTHA ANN LOYD, b. 1829.

  iv.   JACKSON LOYD, b. 1831.

  v.   SOPHIAN LOYD, b. 1833.

  vi.   MARGARET LOYD, b. 1836.

  vii.   JOSEPH LOYDJR, b. 1838.
12. NANCY4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1782 in North Carolina. She married DAVID RUSHING, son of ROBERT RUSHING.
       
Children of NANCY DEASON and DAVID RUSHING are:

  i.   HOLDEN5 RUSHING, b. 1802, Anson Co NC; m. DELILA JACKSON.

  ii.   MARTHA RUSHING, b. April 15, 1803; d. April 05, 1876; m. EPHRAIM NEWSON.

  iii.   CALVIN RUSHING, b. March 31, 1804, Anson Co NC; d. January 1860, Decatur Co. Tenn; m. REBECCA WHITE.

  iv.   REBECCA RUSHING, b. 1805, Decatur Co. Tenn; m. JOHN JACKSON.

  v.   JEMIMAH M. RUSHING, b. August 15, 1806; d. September 10, 1840, Decatur Co. Tenn; m. ROBERT LOWRY.

  vi.   WILLIAM GILBERT RUSHING, b. October 23, 1810, Anson Co NC; d. April 15, 1875, Decatur Co. Tenn; m. ELIZA WILLIAMS, 1835.

  vii.   JANE RUSHING, b. August 20, 1813, North Carolina; m. JOHN GARRETT.
13. WILLIAM4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born November 07, 1783 in S.C.. He married (2) ELIZABETH RUSHING LYTLE.

Notes for WILLIAM DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
William Deason Married Elizabeth Rushing Lytle the widow of James
Lytle. Elizameth had four children by James Lytle ; Rebecca, William,
Abel, Drucilla.

       
Child of WILLIAM DEASON is:

  i.   JOEL5 DEASON, b. 1803; d. 1887.
       
Children of WILLIAM DEASON and ELIZABETH LYTLE are:

  ii.   JEMINA5 DEASON.

  iii.   BETTY DEASON.

  iv.   JOHN DEASON.

  v.   JACK DEASON.

  vi.   ROBERT DEASON.

  vii.   SHIP DEASON.

  viii.   ENOCH DEASON.
14. JOSEPH4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born June 08, 1784 in North Carolina, and died November 26, 1845 in Georgia. He married JELLICO GATES August 02, 1809.

Notes for JOSEPH DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Joseph Deason believed to have been born in South Carolina. However
. . . a check of 1880 census data shows that two sons (John and
Hilliard) advised the census taker that their father was born in North
Carolina and their mother in South Carolina Also, Jesse Deason, a
grandson, stated that Joseph Deason was born in Lancaster District,
North Carolina. Since Lancaster District is in South Carolina we can
only conclude that Joseph was born either in North or South Carolina!t
patriarch of the DEASON line. He was born 8 June 1784 and died 26
November 1845, according to the Leason Bible. He was a member of the
Methodist Church and helped constitute the Mt. Zion Church in the
1830's (near Griffin, Georgia Tradition also indicates that Joseph had
a twin brother named Benjamin. The number of twins among descendants
would lend credence to the fact that twins were cor=on in our
heritage. The first deed record we have found involving Joseph Deason
is in 1815, Jasper County, Georgia, when he bought 500 acres (for
$500) on Murder Creek. He sold that land in 1817 for $52.,;. la 1821
he bought 134 acres in Jasper County, and sold that tract in 1826,
when Jelico Deason signed her name in relinquishrneat of dower,
according to Deed Book A, page 639. Jasper came into being in 1812,
when the name of Randolph County was changed to Jasper. Joseph Deason
has several deeds on record i a Pike County (later Spalding). And the
Pike deeds indicate that the land was originally in Monroe (Moaroe was
formed in 1821). Pike County Deeds show the following purchases of
land by Joseph Deason: Joseph Deason died intestate in Pike County,
Georgia (1845) as mentioned above. Administrator's bond was signed by
Hilliard J. Deason, Edmund B. Leach, Isham Morris, Jelico Deason and
Daniel K. Blackstock, in 1846, Pike County. Here again Jelico Deason
is shown to have signed her name to the document. Some legal
documents indicate she signed with "her mark. " John Deason, son of
Joseph and Jellico had migrated to Texas prior to Joseph's death. He
was known to have been in Texas by 1839, and it is believed he came in
1837. After Joseph's death, John's brothers and sister (wife of
Daniel K. Blackstock) and his mother, Jellico, continued the trek to
Texas, where they settled in Rusk County. "They came to Rusk County
about 1854, " according to Mary Frank Deason Dunn. "They were already
here when John moved his family here ' (to Rusk County) from Tyler
County, Texas, when Grandpa Tim was 6 months old. That would be
December, 1856, or January 1857, as Grandpa Tim was born June Z7,
1856. John drove the ox wagon, loaded with furniture and the older
children. Then Mary Jane followed in the buggy with baby Tim. The
roads were so muddy and bad, she would have to put Grandpa on the
floor of the buggy and hold hirr, down with her feet on his clothes so
she could use both hands to drive the team. The Cherokee Indians were
expelled from East Texas in 1839, but the native Indians were not
removed to reservations until about 1854. 1, It is close to 800 miles
from Griffin, Georgia to Rusk County, Texas. It is a difficult trip in
an automobile, on beautiful interstate highways. It is beyond my
comprehension to picture the hardships of a migration of that scope in
the mid 1850's. If my ancestors had nothing else, they had bravery,
daring and fortitude. I salute them, and honor their memory, and wish
I could have known them personally

       
Children of JOSEPH DEASON and JELLICO GATES are:

  i.   WILLIAM5 DEASON, b. September 25, 1810; m. HONOR LOWRIE, November 21, 1828, Georgia.

  Notes for WILLIAM DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Pike County Georgia Will of James Lowery, first surveyor of Pike
County (Father-in law of william Deason b. 1810) In the name of God
Amen, this twenty Sixth day of September in the year of our Iord
eighteen hundred and thirty two. I James Lowery of the County & State
aforesaid being inform in body, but of Sound mind & memory do make &
ordain this my last will & testament in manner following (viz) Item
lst After paying all my Just debts I wish the whole of my estate both
real & personal & every thing that I am or may be possessed of, Sold
at such a time & on Such a credit as may be best for the interest of
my representatives, (which is to be left entirely with my hereinafter
named executor) and the amount to be equally divided among the
following legatees to wit, when they shall arrive to the age of twenty
one or So Soon thereafter, as he the Said executor can realize the
amount of Said Sale, to wit, my wife Frances Lowery, my son in law
William Dearon my son Asa Lowery, my Son Lewis Lowery, my daughter
Frances Lowery & my daughter Peggy Lowery. Item 2nd Ihereby reporing
(?) especial trust and confidence in my friend John Farley of the
County &State aforesaid, do appoint him the Said John Farley my Sole
executor of this my last will and testament, and at the Same time I do
hereby ordain & appoint the Said John Farley Testamenta.1 Guardian
both of the estates as well as of the persons of my Son Asa Lowery, my
Son Lewis Lowery &my daughter Peggy Lowery till they arrive at the age
of twenty one years. Item 3thd Having
during my lifetime given unto my Son in Law William Deason property to
the amount of Forty eight dollars, my will & desire is that that
amount be deducted from his distributive Share & equally divided among
the rest of the Legatees &himself So as to make each ones part either
received or to be received equal. Item 4th As it
may happen that my Executor John Farley may from wanting to remove,
wish to be discharged from his executor & Guardianship herein given I
do hereby give to him by & with the consent of my Son Asa Lowery, my
son Lewis Lowery &my daughter Peggy Lowery or Such of them as may be
under him as Guardian at that time, to appoint a Guardian for them &
their effects who shall be executor of this my last will and testament
in his & Stead, which appointment I hereby ratify &c allow, as fully &
effectually as if directly made by me &C In Witness whereof I the Said
James Lowery have hereunto Set my hand & Seal this day & date first
above written. Signed Sealed & acknowledged James
Lowrey (Seal) in presence of Joseph +(his mark) Deason Will of James
Lowery Closed the duties of his office aforesaid It is therefore
ordered that the Said Joseph Deason - page 2 Pike County, Ga. Isaac
B. Williamson Asa Sessions Georgia Pike County I Joseph Deason &Asa
Sessions Swear that we Saw James Lowrey Sign Seal publish & declare
this writing to be & contain his last will & Testament. That at the
time thereof he was of Sound disposing mind &memory. And that he did
it freely, without compulsion, to the best of our knowledge So help us
God his Sworn to &SubscribedJoseph + Deason in open Court this
3rdmark November 1834 H. G. Johnson C. Co.Asa Sessions Recorded
this 5th Nov. 1834 H. G. JohnsonC Co. Page 152 Inferior
Court Records 1 8 34 Ordered that Joseph Deason be & he
is hereby appointed guardian of the person & property of Le-is &
)viarg. Lowery rninors & orphans of James Lowrey late of Said County
deceased upon his giving Security in a bond of fifteen hundred
dollars, whereupon he gave J. E. Nunnally for Security & was qualified
in terms of the law . . .Deason, Guardian of the persons & property
of Lewis and Margaret Lowery, orphans of James Lowery Deceased late of
Said County. that he had in terms of the law published his Citation
that he Should apply to this Court for an Order of Dismission from
said Guardianship & It further appearing to this Court that no
objection had been made or filed in the Clerks office and after being
fully Satisfied with his actings & doings as Guardian aforesaid and
finding that he had faithfully discharged & Guardian as aforesaid be &
he is hereby discharged from his office of Guardianship &C f



  ii.   HILLARD JUDGE DEASON, b. November 27, 1812; m. HANNAH POSEY BLACKSTOCK, March 10, 1839, Georgia.

  Notes for HILLARD JUDGE DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
These are my great grandparents. In 1959 my sister, Sue Ring, did a
school project on her ancestors (it wasn't called "Roots" until this
past year!) and created the nucleus of a family tree. However, some
of the data given her by our grandmother, Hannah Eldora (Bartlett)
Ring was in error, and it took me some time to "disprove" some of that
information when I began genealogy in 1971. However, Sue did
interview that grandmother, and I quote from Sue's school paper:
"Grand Ma Bartlett was a Texan. Her name was Mattie Deason. She was
born at Nacogdoches, Tex. His (Claude's) great Grandma's name was
Blackstock. "Hilliard J Great Grand dad Deason, lived in a large two
story log cabin and cooked all their meals over a fireplace. The men
folks all had to go to the Civil War. Mother's folks had several
large mules. The North had gotten all of them but one grey mule, so
when they came after it They Couldn't catch it & they tried to make
the little boy at home catch it & he wouldn't, So they shot him & Took
Ever thing they had to eat, All the meat out of the smoke house, They
had killed her other Bro's. "Mrs. Ring can remember going to Church
in an Ox Wagon driving Oxen. Had one room school houses with Split
logs to Set on & slates - only 1 teacher. "They were like all people
Wanting to better them Selves Crossed the Miss. ; & settled in Rusk
Go. Mrs. Ring (was) born Minden - 1880. lived at Quanah since 1914. "
The above is in the handwriting of my Mother, Lee (Barbee) Ring, wife
of Claude Ring, and daughter-in-law of Hannah Eldora (Bartlett) Ring.
1959 ( Hannah was a grandaughter of Hilliard Judge Deason and Hannah
Posey (Blackstock) Deason and a namesake of Hannah. The marriage
record of Hilliard Judge Deason and Hannah Posey Blackstock has never
been found in Georgia. I personally wrote to Pike, Hall,
CowetaCounties, with the answer "no record. " Until the Bible of
Hilliard Judge Deason was found sent to Mary Frank Deason Dunn in
1976) I had not been certain that Harmah was not a second wife. The
1850 Census of Another deed in Rusk County (Deed Book Y - pg. 140) was
dated prior to Hannah's death, but did not include her signature. This
deed was to the Methodist Church Know all men by these presents that
I, H. J. Deason, of the County and State aforesaid (Rusk) for and in
consideration of the reverence, love and esteem I have for the
Methodist Episcopal Church South do grant to the trustees of the Mt.
Enterprise Circuit Vz.*T. J. J. Howard, J. W. King, J. A. Wallace, B.
F. Blanton, & J. H. Harper 2-1/2 acres . . . and it is further agreed
and understood that the right of way of 2O feet wide from the said
described lot of land and the present place of worship as the road now
runs through F. M. Deasons land to the public road near her home is
also a part of this Deed. To have and to hold the foregoing
instrument Signed: H. J. Deason Dated: January 27, 1877
Joseph Deason belonged to the Methodist Church in Georgia. Mary Frank
has an interesting article published in a newspaper in Griffin,
Georgia, entitled Mt. Zion Camp Ground, by Henry Wheeless. I don't
know the date of publication, but the history was taken from a letter
written in 1923 by Mrs. Sue Blanton Veal, d/o Benjamin Blanton, Jr.
"and stepdaughter of Henry Williamson, early participants in Camp
Ground activities. 11 I quote from that article: "Mt. Zion Methodist
Church is now located with the Camp Ground. However, a deed of May 18,
1830 shows that two (2) acres of land in Lot Z were purchased from
Grantor Asa Sessions by Grantees John Farley, JOSEPH DEASON, and Henry
Williamson, for a Methodist Church. This land is located behind the
present home of Paul Head. Little is known of this early church or
when it was moved to its present location. The earliest register of
members is of twentynine members, made in 1849 by William M. Blanton.
Herbert M. Timmons (1881-1970) who married Carolyn Deason in 1913,
compiled what the family called a "scrapbook" of the Deason family. I
quote from the records compiled by Mr. Timmons: "In 1953 while
visiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Deason in Henderson she
said 'If you want the lowdown on all the Deason family see Aunt Emma
Harrell. She keeps up with the name and all generations, and she
never forgot anything in her life. ' . . . It was from her that
Carolyn got the story that had puzzled her and her brothers, all their
lives. It seems that she got it from Hannah P. Deason, wife of
Hilliard J. Deason, "Hilliard Deason had some sons who did not want to
quit fighting when the Civil War was over. Soon after (possibly
during Reconstruction Days) these sons met up with some Yankee
soldiers near Pine Hill and killed them. They hid the bodies over
behind a log. "The killing was discovered and an attempt was made to
bring the Deason boys in for trial, but the family hid them out in the
woods and fields. Martin Deason, youngest son and just a boy, would
sneak food out to his brothers. The Hilliard Deason home was watched
and Martin was caught. They beat him over the head to make him tell
where his brothers were hiding, but he would not tell. Martin
Deason's eyes remained red and bloodshot the rest of his life from
this beating. The brothers were never caught. There was speculation
that they went to south Texas or Mexico and that they may have changed
their name to Blackstock. " "I've found exactly where the Deasons
killed the Yankees - It was in the edge Panola County, above Pine Hill
- on an old dirt road nearly to Fairplay. . "Calvin Smith (a man at
Pine Hill) said he had heard 'Old Man' Phillips tell it lots of times.
Mr. Phillips was in the same CSA Company with the Deasons - and said:
"if there had been Z more Deasons the South wouldn't have lost the War
"Since it happened in Reconstruction days, I am wondering if it was
James Henry Deason that the Yankees killed in retaliation. But then I
haven't found what happened to John Collingsworth or Jeremiah either.
"I've come to the conclusion that James Henry Deason was the one the
Yankees killed. The Henderson Times (newspaper) is incomplete for
that time, but I will continue to look. I've already checked
newspapers at Nacogdoches. Many newspapers are missing during those
days - lack of newsprint. They just closed down. "I had not mentioned
this to anyone out of the family until the day the Hilliard Deason
bible record came - a genealogist neighbor was at my house and we
discussed it. She said: "I remember Sam Patrick telling something
about that one time, I'll call him. His story had been heard from an
old-timer, Salon Winfrey, who said that when his family came here from
Ga. (or somewhere) they got to Minden and a man was hanging. He was a
Deason. Winfrey was a small boy and it impressed him, but that was
all he knew of it. "Since your Aunt (Luta) said they did not let them
take him in until sundown, it might suggest a hanging. There might be
court records at Henderson if there was a trial. After the Deason
boys killed the Yankees, they took their boots and their horses. The
retaliation was probably as much for that as anything. There was no
use in letting good boots and horses go to waste when they were so
scarce good Scotch thinking! - but it got them caught! "In this area,
the saying 'The only good Yankee is a dead Yankee, still pretty well
holds, so I'm sure most of Rusk County was on the Deason side, even if
it did involve killing. All had sons killed in the War - and the
Reconstruction Days were especially bitter ones, as you know. In
Goodbye to a River, by John Graves (1960) the last verse of an old
song titled "The Good Old Rebel" is quoted: "I hate the Constitution
and the uniform of blue; I hate the Declaration of Independence, too,
And I don't want no pardon for what I was or am,And I won't be
reconstructed and I do not give a damn. The wounds of war heal slowly
- and my Grandmother (Hannah Bartlett Ring) often recounted the
heartbreaking stories of the Civil War and she too felt . . . . . I'm
glad we fought agin her and I only wisht we'd won, And I ain't ast no
pardon



  iii.   ELIZABETH DEASON, b. December 14, 1814; d. 1816.

  iv.   JOHN DEASON, b. August 25, 1816, Jasper Co. Ga.; d. October 20, 1883, Rusk Co. Texas; m. (1) NANCY BARCLAY, December 23, 1835; m. (2) SELINA BRIDGES, October 09, 1845; m. (3) MARY JANE JONES, August 17, 1854, Tylor Co. Texas.

  Notes for JOHN DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
John Deason was the first of the Deason family to move to Texas,
ca.1837. and he was known to have lived Liberty County, Texas in 1839.
He was issued a 2nd Class Land Certificate on 5 December 1839, for
1280 acres of land, File 21, San Augustine. Texas. Tyler County was
cut from Liberty County in 1846, and the John Deason family appears on
the 1850 census of Tyler County, Texas. John Deason was married three
times. Mary ]Frank Deason Dunn, who compiled these records, is
descended from John and his third wife, Mary Jane Howell. John Deason
married 1 at) Nancy Barclay/ Barkley Marriage date: 23 December 1835
Letter from Jackie Barnes, 7126 Charpiot LaLne, Humble, Texas. to Mary
Frank Dunn (December 1977) stated: "John Deason's first wife, Nancy
Barclay is the daughter of Walter Barclay, b. 1774, Rowan County,
North Carolina, and married 29 January 1804 in Madison County,
Kentucky, E:lizabeth McQueen (d/o John McQueen and Nancy Crews; Nancy
was d/o David Crews who fought in the Rev. War.) Walter Barclay was
the son of Robert Barclay who d. 1786 and leah of Rowan Co. North
Carolina. "Back to John Deason and Nancy Barclay I know Nancy was dead
by 1850 - there are probate records in Tyler Co. (Vol. D) dated 21
October 1851, listing children: Robert Anderson Deason, John Deason,
Jr., Walter Deason, Carson Deason. Mr. G. A. Jones was appointed
guardian of the children. Then on the 185.0 census of Tyler County,
Texas: The State of Texas I County of TylerTo the Sheriff of Said
County, Greeting You are hereby commanded to summon Sarah M. Barcley
executrix of the last will and testament of Robert Barclay and .
Walter Barclay Anderson Barclay John M. Barclay James Barclay David
Barclay and James Bevens and Mary his wife formerly Mary Barclay John
Deason. jr Walter Anderson and Robert infant children of John Deason
Sen'r and Nancy his wife formerly Nancy Barclay and William Anderson
Barclay infant child of Jeremeah T. Barclay dec'd and Sarah M. Barclay
executrix of the last will and testament of Robert Barclay dec'd. of
the estate of William Barclay decld to be and appear before the Hon.
the district court to be holden in and for said county at the court
house in the town of Woodville on the fourth monday after the fourth
monday in Sept. A.D. 1850 then and there to answer the petition of Wm
HFurguson a certified copy of which petition accompanies this writ and
filed in my office Herein fail not and have you then and there this
writ with your returns hereon. In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal on this 17th Sept. A. D.
1850 Geo W. Van Vleck C. D. C. T. C. Note: Nancy
Barclay Deason actually died 18 Dec. 1842 (in childbirth) A History of
Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Rusk County, Texas 1868-1968,
which she dedicated to her great grandparents, John and Mary Jane
(Howell) Deason. I quote from her dedication: "John Deason was a
licensed Baptist preacher. He was a deacon and the first treasurer of
Zion Hill Church. Both he and his wife were charter members and they
have many descendants in the present membership. John Deason was a
patriot of the Republic of Texas, having come to Tyler County, Texas,
in 1837 from Pike County, Georgia. John and Mary Jane Deason are
buried in the Zion Hill Cemetery. " The first minutes of Zion Hill
Church were dated September 4, 1868, in which Brother John Sparkman
was elected minister by unanimous vote. "Also elected three brothers,
to wit: T. Harper, John Deason, and A. J. Welch to represent the
church in that body. On page 16 of Mary Frank's history is the
following: "On November 5. 1881-, a committee consisting of W. IF.
Deason, J. R. Holleman, John F. Bartlett and L.. V. Rousseau was.
appointed to collect x-noney to finish paying for the church house. "
John F. Bartlett is my great grandfather, the husband of Martha Zella
Deason, so Mary Frank's antecedents and mine were related by blood and
by fellowship, brothers in Christ.



  v.   MALINDA DEASON, b. January 11, 1819, Ga.; d. September 12, 1848, Ga.; m. DANIEL K. BLACKSTOSK, December 11, 1839, Ga..

  Notes for MALINDA DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Daniel K. Blackstock is buried at Minden, but the grave site is lost.
(Either Minden Methodist Church Gem , which is no longer in existence,
or Blackstock Family Cemetery. Some say these are the same. My
mother says they are not. ) Nancy Caroline (Deason) Blackstock, second
wife of Daniel, is buried in the same cemetery with Daniel K. "Daniel
K. Blackstock was married 3rd) to Sarah Jane Griffin. Mrs. Reuben
Griffin, of Mt. Enterprise, Texas, told me that Sarah Jane was
married four times. She was the daughter Of William Griffin. Sarah
Jane was married lst) to her :first cousin, William "Bill" Griffin;
2nd) to Thomas Stanhope Wallace; 3rd) to Daniel K'. Blackstock (29
June, 1888, Rusk County, Texas) and 4th) to J. L,. Hardy in 1898. --
Although I don't know full details, Daniel K. 131ackstock shot and
killed a man named McLothlin or McLoughlin; Daniel was said to have
shot in self-defense. Mary Frank Deason Dunn's father, Franklin Bruce
Deason, stated that the Hardys, Blackstocks and McLoughlin were all
"Intermarried "when they Came to Texas. Of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Moss
adopted and raised a McLoughlin girl.



  vi.   MILESSA DEASON, b. May 30, 1822, Jasper Co. Ga.; d. November 25, 1890, Spalding Co. Ga.; m. EDMUDD B. LEACH, November 22, 1839, Ga..

  vii.   NANCY CAROLINE DEASON, b. November 22, 1825; m. DANIEL K. BLACKSTOSK, December 30, 1848.

  viii.   JOSEPH COLLINGSWORTH DEASON, b. November 11, 1827; m. HARIETT A. HARPER, June 20, 1850, Ga..

  ix.   JEREMIAH DEASON, b. October 26, 1829; m. FRANCES CARLOTTE, October 03, 1850, Ga..
15. MILLY4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1785 in S.C.. She married JOHN RUSHING September 18, 1805.
       
Child of MILLY DEASON and JOHN RUSHING is:

  i.   ELIJAH5 RUSHING, b. March 23, 1806, North Carolina; d. January 23, 1854, Walker Co. Ala; m. EVALINE BURROW, 1830.
16. ABSALOM4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born March 23, 1790 in Surry Co., N.c., and died September 18, 1857 in North Port, Tuscaloosa Co. Al.. He married (1) MARY LOUIS YERBY 1808 in Bedford County Tennessee, daughter of EVERTTE YERBY and SARAH MCMILLIAN. He married (2) ZIPPORAH APPLING POE August 05, 1823 in Tuscaloosa County Alabama, daughter of THOMAS APPLING and NANCY BAKER.

Notes for ABSALOM DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Church record of the Bethel Baptist Church 1835 Nov. 5, 1831 Mr. Tom
Coley (?) came Forward and received. Dec.3,1831 A difference arising
between Brethren Lyon,Deason and sister Lyon in regard of some
unpleasant reports in circulation and all legal means having been
taken to settle the same and have failed. Jan.1832 Brother A. Forest
And Sister Hester Webb askfor letter of dismission. March 1832 Brother
Lyon laid his charge against Brother Deason, which charge was not
establishedin the judgment of the church, therefor the case is
discontinued.Brother Lyon apply for letter of dismission from the
church for himself and Sister Lyon. Brother Lyon resigns the office of
Deacon. May 5, 1832 Brother Pegues requested to give up his office of
Deacon. June 2, 1832 Brother Davis Andrews was received by letter.
Also our sister Rebecka Andrews was received by letter. Sat. before
1st Sabbath in June, 1832 Sister Aiddy applied for a letter of
dismission from the church. Note "Eddy" on tombstone. Aug 1834
Opposing party caled on to show a just cause for their objection to
Brother Bains. Their charges were false. The church sustained Brother
Bains and invited him to serve them as their supply. Brethern Whatley,
Fortson, Jeffrey were elected delegates to District Meeting. Sept -
Nov. 1834 No record found Dec. 1834 Brother William Lee dismissed by
letter. Jan & Feb. 1835 blank. March, 1835 Letter of dismission was
granted Henry Webster abd daughter. April, 1835 Brother Bains charged
certain members with disorder and partyism the parties not being ready
for trial. A communication was received from Big Creek church charging
Brother Luke with heresy. May, 1835 Brother Thomas Bains, moderator.
June, 1835 We excommunicate Absalom Deason, Joseph McGee, John Yerby,
John Deason, Nancy Yerby, Zeph Deason, John Garner, Miles Hassel,
Levina Landing, Nancy Deason, Catharine Hassel. A committee,
consisting of Grethern Fleming. Hancock and McGuire, M. Jeffery and
Richard Cole were appointed to labour with certain refactory brethern
referred to. Brother Jesse A C Melton and Sister Eliza Melton were
dismissed by letter. July 1835 Sister Hassel and William Yerby
excommunicated. Aug. 1835 Received by letter, Brother William Stoker
and Sister Elizabeth Stoker. Case of Brother Luke again deferred to
next meeting. Sister Rebecca Deasopn restored. Armstead Cole excluded.
Brother and sister Higginbottom referred to next meeting. Brother
Bains chosen as pastor. Nov 1835 Brother Luke restored. Brother
Higginbottom acquitted. Brother Samuel Cole and wife and daughter
applied for letters of dismission, which was granted. Brother Stoker
and wife dismissed. Dec. 1835 Brother Middleton chosen clerk. Brother
Fleming and Cole be employed to furnish shutters to doors and windows
of the meeting house. Sister Higginbottom acquited. Grented letters of
dismission to Brother Higginbottom and wife..


Notes for ZIPPORAH APPLING POE:
BIOGRAPHY
Marie Rushing told me that Zeporah came from Tennessee to North Port,
Al. and taught school for young ladies. I have reason to believe this
is why all her sons could read and write and corresponded with each
other through out the Civil War.

       
Children of ABSALOM DEASON and MARY YERBY are:

  i.   JOHN5 DEASON, b. January 07, 1809, Bedford Co Tenn; d. March 17, 1878, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama; m. (1) CATHERINE (HASSELL) CONDRY; m. (2) ELIZABETH REBECCA HASSELL, February 28, 1832, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  ii.   ABSALOM DEASONJR., b. June 22, 1810, Bebford Co. Tennessee; d. June 11, 1890, Tuscaloosa County Alabama; m. (1) ELIZABETH MCCLENDON, July 09, 1844, Tuscaloosa County Alabama; m. (2) CATHERINE RAY, November 28, 1847, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  iii.   ASA DEASON, b. 1812.

  iv.   MARY LOUISE DEASON, b. 1814; m. JOEL J. DOSS, March 11, 1844, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  v.   MICHAEL MERRICK DEASON, b. October 20, 1816, Tuscaloosa County Alabama; d. July 1903, Walker Co. Ala.; m. REBECCA MARIAH RUSSELL, Walker Co. Ala..

  vi.   ELIZABETH DEASON, b. 1818, Walker Co. Ala; m. JAMES A RIGHT, December 30, 1858, Walker Co. Ala.

  vii.   WILLIAM T. DEASON, b. 1821; d. June 11, 1862, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama; m. NANCY ANN RUSHING, September 26, 1848, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  viii.   CALAWAY C. DEASON, b. November 06, 1822, Tuscaloosa County Alabama; d. March 13, 1903, Walker Co. Ala.; m. NANCY A. ROSE, May 18, 1848, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.
       
Children of ABSALOM DEASON and ZIPPORAH POE are:

  ix.   IRA GRIFFIN5 DEASON, b. October 02, 1824, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama; d. January 31, 1857.

  x.   MARTHA A. DEASON, b. 1826, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama; m. ALPHUS CONDREY, November 28, 1850, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  xi.   GILBERT TINDLE DEASON, b. November 17, 1828, Tuscaloosa County Alabama; d. March 13, 1873, Jefferson Co. Ala.; m. (1) MARTHA (MATTIE) PRENTICE, Jefferson Co. Ala.; m. (2) MELISSA MCMILLIAN, March 30, 1854, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  Notes for GILBERT TINDLE DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Dr. Gilbert T. Deason was a surgeon in Company B., Tenth Alabama
Regiment of the Confederate Army. He was a state Swnator in Alabama
and at the time of his death was a candidate for United States
congressman. Gilbert died in Jefferson Co. Alabama March 13, 1873 at
the age of 44, from smallpox. His will was probated 1876. At the time
of his death, he was married to his second wife, Mittie Prentice who
was living in Rome, Floyd Co., Ga. at the time his will was probated.
He was appointed guardian of Hugh L. Deason, his younger brother, a
minor aged about 18 years on January 14, 1861.



  xii.   WASHINGTON DAVIS DEASON, b. February 22, 1830, Tuscaloosa County Alabama; d. November 18, 1885; m. DANIA SAVAGE, March 05, 1861, Tuscaloosa County Alabama.

  xiii.   ELBERT ROBINSON DEASON, b. August 28, 1836, Jefferson Co. Ala.; d. December 19, 1909, Johnson Co. Texas; m. (1) DELILA E. STANLEY, 1855, Walker Co. Ala; m. (2) ANNIE E. HARDIN, April 22, 1888, Alvarado, Johnson Co. Texas.

  Notes for ELBERT ROBINSON DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Elbert R. Deason, a farmer five miles southeast of Cleburne, Texas,
was born in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in 1835, a son of Absalom and
Zipporah (Applin) Deason. The father was born in North Carloina in
1791, and subseqently moved to Tennessee and later to Alabama, where
he was engaged in farming in Tuscaloosa County. He was first married
to Mary Louise Yerby, and they had eight children. By his second
marriage to Zepporah, he fathered thirteen children, of whome our
subject was the sixth child. Zepporah died in 1854 and Absalom in
1856. At the age of sixteen our subject moved with his parents of
Walker County, Alabama where he received his education and worked at
farm labor. During the late war, he worked in the salt-peter mines on
Black Warrior River in Walker County, and after the struggle, he moved
to Itawamba County, Mississippi, where he remained for four years. In
1869 Mr. Deason came with ox teams to Texas, first settling in Hood
County, where he farmed on rented land foru years, and then came to
Johnson County. In 1879, he purchased his present farm of 210 acres,
160 acres of which was the Charles Weber survey, ninty acres, the John
Schwartz survey, and now has ninety acres under cultivation. Mr.
Deason was married in 1855, in Walker County, to Delilah Stanley,
daughter of David Stanley, and they had nine children, five now
living. Mr Deason was again married April 22, 1888 in Johnson County
to Annie E. Hardin, and they have one child, Willie M. Politically,
Mr. Deason is a Democrat; socially, a member of The Farmer's Alliance;
and religiously, the Baptist Church. The cabin that E.R. built in Glen
Rose, Texas in 1874, when he first came to Texas, is still standing on
Shotgun Road. This information is verified by The State Arcives,
Austin, Texas. Karens City, Texas August 12th, 1910 Mr. J. W. Clayton
Karnes City, Texas, Dear Sir:- In compliance with your
request for an opinion as to the application and effect of the laws of
descent and distribution of Property in the case stated below, I have
to say: Case stated. In the year 1885 E. R. Deason and his wife
Delilah Deason owned a community estate of 210 acres of land in
Johnson County, Texas, which was their homestead and continued to be
such until the death of both of them. This property was never
disposed of by Mr. Deason nor by Mrs. Deason by deed, Will or
otherwise. There were born to E. R. & Delilah Deason the following
children, viz:;- 1. Mittie Deason who, married Garner. Of this
marriage there was born one child who is now Mrs. Cornelia Chappell of
Wilson County, Texas. In about the year 1877 Mrs. Mittie Garner (nee
Deason) died leaving said Cornelia Chappell as her only heir.
2.Augusta Deason, who married Richards, and who is still living
3.Mrs. Geo. R. Clifton of Bexar County, Texas. 4.Mrs. J. W.
Clayton of Karnes county, Texas. 5.Gilbert Deason who died in about
the year 1896 intestate, and before the death of his father and after
the death of his mother, and left surviving him a wife and one son of
this marriage as his only heirs. His said wife is now living. His son
is dead. He died without issue prior to the date of the death of his
grandfather, E. R. Deason, deceased. 6. Miss Lilly Deason. In the
year 1885 Mrs. Delilah Deason died. Afterwards E. R. Deason married
again, and of this marriage one son was born who is now living and
whose name is Martin Deason. He is a minor under the age of 21 years.
Some years after the birth of Martin Deason his father, E. R. Deason,
died intestate. His second wife still survives him. For a time after
E. R. Deason's death his last wife continued to occupy as a homestead
the land herein mentioned, but has since left it and now resides in
Cleburne where she has built a home, she having declared that it was
necessary to move to said town to educate her said minor son Martin
Deason, as well for other reasons. The question asked is, "What are
the rights and interests in said land of each of the persons mentioned
above who are now living?" Article 1653 of the Revised Statutes of
Texas, edition of 1879, defining the rule as to descent and
distribution of the community estate, read as follows: "Upon the
dissolution of the marriage relation by death, all of the common
property belonging to the community estate of the husband and wife
shall go to the survivor if the deceased have no child or children;
but if the deceased have a child or children his survivor shall be
entitled to one-half of said property and the other half shall pass to
the child or children of the deceased." By an Act of the Legislature
passed in the year 1887, Approved March 30th, 1887, this article of
the Statutes was amended so as to read as follows: Article 1653. "Upon
the dissolution of the marriage relation by deaths, all property
belonging to the community estate of the husband and wife shall go to
the survivor, if there be no child or children of the deceased or
their descendants; but if there be a child or children of the decease,
descendants of such child or children. then the survivor shall pass to
such child or children or their descendants. But such descendants
shall interim, such portion of said properties the parents through
whom they inherit would be entitled to if alive." We have said that
Mrs. Delilah Deason died in 1995. This was prior to the passage of
the amended Statute as set out above. Her one-half of the 210 acres
of land vested in her children living at the date of her death. The
other half of the land belonged to her surviving husband E. R.
Deason, The Statute of 1879, and which was the law in 1885, did not
include grandchildren if a husband, wife or child survived. Therefore,
Mrs. Cornelia Chappell has no interest in the community estates of
her deceased grandmother Mrs. Delilah Deason. The following children
and the descendants mentioned below of children of Mrs. Delilah Deason
are entitled to an equal undivided one-fifth (1/5) interest in her
half of the community estate, to-wit: 1.Mrs. Augusta Richards;
2.Mrs. Geo. R. Clifton; 3. Mrs. J. W. Clayton; 4.The surviving
wife of Gilbert Deason., deceased, she having inherited the interest
of her deceased son by her marriage with Gilbert Deason, deceased;
5.Miss. Lilly Deason. The following children and the descendants of
children of E. R. Deason., deceased, are entitled to an equal
undivided one-sixth (1/6) interest in his half of the community
estate, to-wit: 1.Mrs. Cornelia Chappell; 2.Mrs. Augusta Richards;
3.Mrs. Geo. R. Clifton; 4. Mrs. J. W. Clayton; 5. Miss Lilly
Deason; 6. Martin Deason. As we have before stated Gilbert Deason died
prior to the death of his father. He left a son but this son died
without issue before the date of the death of his grandfather, E. R.
Deason, deceased. Hence, the surviving wife of Gilbert Deason has no
interest in the community property of E. R. Deason, deceased. We have
stated that the wife of E. R. Deason, deceased, by the second marriage
occupied said property for a time as a homestead but that she has now
moved to Cleburne where she has built a home. If she has abandoned
the Deason homestead it is now subject to partition and distribution
among the heirs as set out above. The question of abandonment of the
old homestead is largely one of fact. This must necessarily be
determined by a complete statement of all the circumstances connected
with her removal to Cleburne. Her intentions in the premises will
have much to do with her abandonment. If she has in fact acquired a
new homestead in Cleburne she cannot longer claim the old one. The
law will not permit her to claim a home in the city and one in the
country at the same time Respectfully submitted



  xiv.   NEWTON DEASON, b. 1837, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama.

  xv.   SAMANTHA DEASON, b. 1838, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama.

  xvi.   PHELAN C. DEASON, b. 1839, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama; d. May 08, 1864, Dalton Whitfield Georgia.

  Notes for PHELAN C. DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
Phelan was killed May 8, 1864 at Dalton Georgia in the battle of Dug
Gap.



  xvii.   HUGH L. DEASON, b. 1843, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama; d. November 19, 1864.

  xviii.   NEWELL W. DEASON, b. 1843, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama.

  xix.   PLEASANT JOSHUA DEASON, b. November 01, 1846, North Port Tuscaloosa Alabama; d. December 30, 1923, Rome Floyd Georgia; m. (1) ANNA M. PLEDGER; m. (2) MAGGIE E. EVANS, January 30, 1861, Alabana.

  Notes for PLEASANT JOSHUA DEASON:
BIOGRAPHY
PLEASANT JOSHUA DEASON Pleasant Joshua Deason was born November 1,
1846 in North Port Alabama to Absolom (18) child and Zeporah Apling
Poe Deason (10) child. He entered the Confederate Army as a private
March 5, 1864 being recruited from depo by Lt. Smith and was assigned
to Co. F 2nd Batt'n Alabama Light Artillery. This outfit was known as
Lunsden's Batt'y, Williams Ref't, Smith's Brigade Confederate States
Army, commanded by Lt E. H. Hargrove. P.J. was only 17 years old when
he entered service. They marched for days without a bite to eat. At
one time when a falling tree hit and killed a mule, the men ate the
animal immediately. There were a lot of hardships they had to endure.
Once P.J. offered ten dollard for one half a pone of molded cornbread
but it was declined. Lt General R. Taylor CSA surrendered at
Citronelle Alabama to Major General E.R.S. Canby USA. They were
imprisoned and sent to Maridian Mississippi where they were paroled on
May 9, 1865. From there, P.J. returned to North Port, Ala. P.J.
married Maggie E. Evans in Alabama about 1866 and moved to Georgia.
They had five children. Clara B. born 1867, Rhodolphius E. b. 1873,
George H. b. July 21, 1874,Monrie E. b.1878 and Ira Thomas born Aug.
7. 1880. Maggie died April 30, 1897 . Anna M Pledger was born Sept
29, 1871 at Floyd Springs Floyd Co. Ga. Her mother died when anna was
six years old. Her father remarried and she was raised by her
stepmother. Anna married Jessie C. Brown Jan 8, 1888. Jessie was born
May 9, 1859 and died March 5, 1893. They were married five years
having four children. Lillian b.April 1890, J.C.(John) b. Oct 1891,
Malvin b. 1892 and another girl b. 1893. Anna attended Enon Baptist
Church where she met and later married Pleasant Joshua Deason who was
the minister and recent widowed. They were married June 13, 1897. They
moved to Texas where P.J.'s older brother Edmond R. Deason had bought
land in Johnson county southeast of Cleburne . They came by covered
wagon. It was a long and difficult trip and they had to do a lot of
walking. I do not know who all came out but I do know they passed
through Little Rock Ark. where they placed the two youngest Brown
children in a orphanage temporally. I do not know why this was done
unless the trip was too much for them. P.J., Anna, Ira, Lillian and
John came on down to Texas as Anna was expecting her first child by
P.J.. They settled in Johnson Co. where P.J. farmed and preached at
Midway Baptist church in 1898. He was ordained and licensed in
Cleburne Texas Sept. 14, 1899.In 1899, he pastored the Friendship
Baptist Church, moving on to Oakland Baprist church in 1901 in
Grandview, Tx. were he stayed until 1905. P.J. and Anna's first born
was Myrley D. on May 18, 1898 but died Sept 9, 1900. Seabe A. b. Aug
20, 1899 died March 25, 1901. William (Willie) Carlton b. 1902. Mittie
V. b.March 25, 1904 died Sept 8, 1905. These three children were
burried at Sand Flat Baptist Cemetery. Alma C. b 1905. They moved to
Crossett, Ashley Co., Ark. passing through Little Rock to pick up the
two Brown children at the orphange. There had been a fire and the girl
died. They picked up Marvin and went on to Crossett. P.J. continued to
farm and preach. Gilbert was born in 1907, Lonnie Dee in 1909 and Jack
P. in 1912. They returned to Georgia in 1916 settling in Rome, Floyd
co, Ga. P.J. died December 30, 1923 and was buried next to his first
wife Maggie at Everett Springs, Floyd co, Ga. Anna raised her sons
alone. She died April 22, 1963 and was buried at Salmon Cemetery Floyd
Co. next to her first husband. Further research showes P.J. pastored
Salem and Bois D'Arc churches in Grandview, Texas until 1906. The Bois
D'Arc church was moved from that community into the town of Itasca,
and is now The First Baptist Church of Itasca. In 1923, the church was
bricked but it still has the original stained glass windows, lighting
fixtures, decorative medal tiles for the ceiling and the original
bell. A historical marker is to be placed there this year. The church
just celebrated the church;s 125 anniversary in April 1995 stating the
church was started in 1870. We went to Arkadelphia, Ar. in May 1995 to
the Arkansas Baptist History Commission, Ouachita Baptist University
and found the folling information. From 1907 to 1909 he pastored in
Sparkman, Ar. 1910 to 1912, Mint, Ar. 1913 to 1917 he pastored four
churches at the same time in Hamburg, Ar. They are Brushy Prairie,
Hollis Chapel, New Hope, and Mt. Zion the latter being the only one
still in existence today. The original church was founded in 1857
burned and was rebuilt in 1885.He didn't return to Georgia until 1918.



  xx.   SARAH J. DEASON, b. 1850, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama.

  xxi.   IRENE DEASON, b. 1852, Tuscaloosa Co Alabama.
17. JOHN4 DEASON (ENOCH3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1795 in Franklin Co. N.c., and died 1848 in Bedford County Tennessee. He married SARAH ARNOLD December 16, 1815 in Rutherford Co. N.c..
       
Children of JOHN DEASON and SARAH ARNOLD are:

  i.   MAUD5 DEASON, b. Bedford County Tennessee.

  ii.   SARILDA DEASON, b. 1817, Bedford County Tennessee.

  iii.   TERRY DEASON, b. June 02, 1818, Bedford County Tennessee; d. July 31, 1900, Benton Co. Arkansas.

  iv.   ENOCH DEASON, b. 1819, Bedford County Tennessee.

  v.   ELLEN DEASON, b. 1820, Bedford County Tennessee.

  vi.   SUSAN DEASON, b. 1822, Bedford County Tennessee; m. THOMAS H. WALKER, 1850, Bedford County Tennessee.

  vii.   ELDRIDGE DEASON, b. 1827, Bedford County Tennessee; d. 1863, Benton Co. Arkansas.

  viii.   WILLIAM HOLDEN DEASON, b. November 17, 1828, Bedford County Tennessee; d. April 09, 1915, Benton Co. Arkansas.

  ix.   EDMOND A. DEASON, b. 1831.

  x.   LUCY M.F. DEASON, b. 1832; m. DANIEL BURNSON MAXWELL, July 03, 1856, Bebford Co. Tennessee.

  xi.   KENETH S.A. DEASON, b. 1833, Bedford County Tennessee.

  xii.   JOHN RICHARD DEASON, b. November 04, 1834, Bedford County Tennessee; d. January 23, 1886, Roger Arkansas; m. IRENA CAROLS MAXWELL, October 10, 1857, Roger Arkansas.
18. WILLIAM4 DEASON (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 1744.
       
Children of WILLIAM DEASON are:

  i.   WILLIAM5 DEASON, b. 1775; d. 1830; m. BRIDGET O. LINN, 1806.

  ii.   BENJAMIN DEASON, b. 1788; m. ELIZABETH DEASON, Va.

 

1  William (Dison) Deason  - 1693
. +Elizabeth Ayres - 1694
. 2 William Joshua Deason - 1730
.... +Mary Standefer
.... 3 Samuel Deason 1704 -
.... 3 William Deason 1707 -
.... 3 Mary Deason 1711 -
.... 3 Rebecca Deason 1711/12 -
.... 3 John Deason 1714 -
.... 3 Benjamin Deason 1719 -
.... 3 Enoch Deason 1720 -
....... +Rebecca unknown
....... 4 Absalom Deason 1790 - 1857
.......... +Mrs. Zipporah APPLING POE
.......... 5 Irene DEASON
.......... 5 Ira Griffin DEASON 1824 - 1857
.......... 5 Martha A. DEASON 1826 -
.......... 5 Dr. Gilbert Tindle DEASON 1828 - 1873
.......... 5 Washington Davis DEASON 1832 - 1885
............. +Diana Savage 1840 - 1932
............. 6 Charles Deason
............. 6 Sam Johnson Deason
............. 6 Lula Freeman Deason - 1951
............. 6 Horace Deason
............. 6 Marvin Deason
............. 6 H Clint Deason 1867 - 1949
............. 6 Elizabeth Pinson Deason 1872 - 1957
............. 6 Thomas Jackson Deason 1879 - 1964
................ +Eunice Sarah Swinney 1891 - 1969
................ 7 Robert DEASON
................ 7 Charles Albert Deason 1910 -
................ 7 Lois Deason 1913 -
................ 7 Thomas Jackson Junior Deason 1919 -
................ 7 Dorothy Elizabeth Deason 1923 -
................... +John Irving Herring 1919 -
................... 8 Paul Richard Herring 1943 -
................... 8 Diana Lynn Herring 1947 -
................... 8 Rebecca Dee Herring 1949 -
................... 8 Gregory Scott Herring 1954 -
................... 8 Dan Thomas Herring 1956 -
............. 6 Virgil Hawkins Deason 1880 - 1940
............. 6 Robert Paine Deason 1882 - 1970
.......... 5 Samantha DEASON 1833 -
.......... 5 Elbert Robinson DEASON 1835 -
.......... 5 Newton DEASON 1837 -
.......... 5 Philan C. DEASON 1839 -
.......... 5 Hugh L.W. DEASON 1843 -
.......... 5 Pleasant Joshuah DEASON 1846 -
.......... 5 Sarah J. DEASON 1850 -
.... 3 Edmond Deason 1720/21 -

 

(c) Hester b/1809 HCTN m/1834 Samuel DEASON

Heritage

Benjamin Franklin Deason (1822 - 1876) - Genealogy

View Benjamin Franklin Deason's complete profile: See if you are related to ... view all 19 Benjamin Deason's Timeline
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Benjamin Deason, Born 1719

According to records, Benjamin Deason was born September 1719, a son of William Joshua and Mary Standefer Deason of Baltimore County, Maryland.
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Louisa T. Ray (1829 - 1864) - Genealogy

profile: See if you are related to Louisa T. Ray; Request to view Louisa T. Ray ... Marriage of Louisa Ray to Benjamin Deason
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"Welcome to the Poe House":Information about Benjamin Deason

Home Page |Surname List |Index of Individuals |InterneTree |Sources Benjamin Deason (b. 1788, d. 1851) Benjamin Deason (son of William Deason IV and Unknown Spouse
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Books & Literature

Ancestry Library World Tree Project: Inlow

Benjamin DEASON was born September 1719 in Baltimore Co., Maryland. He married Tarrisha SHEPPARD 09 December 1742 in Baltimore Co., Maryland. She was born 02 October 1726.
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Related Documents

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Deason,Betty Lou 10-19-1928 F Annie Lee Gaither Robert Benjamin Deason. Deaton,Samye Ruth 11-24-1928 F Etta ...
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Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements

… burnt up in my mother's house got burnt in Carolina 7 th I am acquainted … Moore Benjamin Deason
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Benjamin Deason 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0. William Byers 0 1 3 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0. Cornelius McCarty 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1. Parkes King 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0
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News

RootsWeb: SCLANCAS-L [SCLANCAS] Re: Migration to Monroe CO, AL

Lynches Creek was signed by Benjamin Deason and several Faulkenberys. A 1794 petition was signed by Abraham Deason, Benjamin Deason, William Deason, and
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CW Letters

Benjamin Deason is the only one left of his (reg ?) in the company. He has been through all of the fights and never received a scratch. You said you had read two of my
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Ebenezer Cemetery Christian County, KY

S/o Benjamin Deason & Jimmie M. West: Deason: Richard Washington: 26 Aug 1901: 12 Sep 1983: S/o George F. Deason & Rosa Lee Tucker: Deason: Verna Jacobs: 18 Jul 1928
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Reports & Statements

Deason Family Genealogy Forum

Benjamin Deason, Born 1719 - Jo Deason Federspiel 9/04/09. Ida Mae Arnold Deason, wife of Adolphus - Gail Tomlinson 7/28/09. Jefferson, Samuel and Thomas Deason - Janet Saunders 7
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Ben Deason by Jay

Ebenezer Cemetery Christian County, KY. Deason, Benjamin Davis, 26 Jun 1888, 4 Feb 1967, S/o Ben. Deason, Earl David, 15 Nov 1932, S/o Benjamin Deason & Jimmie M. West
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Front Porch Rocker News: March 2010

#4516 Benjamin Deason, 12 November 1756, 93 acres in Rowan County, Parish of St. Luke's on Creek joining Tates corner, the mouth of a branch on South side of Dan River on
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Miscellaneous

Dan Benjamin Deason Obituary - Milton, Florida - Tributes.com

Death record and obituary for Dan Benjamin Deason from Milton, Florida - Dan was born on February 17, 1923 and passed away on Monday, December 13, 2010. Dan was a
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Pensacola Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home

Dan Benjamin Deason, age 87, of Milton, Florida, passed away Monday, December 13, 2010 at Joyce Goldenberg Hospice Inpatient Residence following a lengthy illness.
www.pmgfuneralhome.com

Blazek-Rodman Genealogy Site - Person Page 219

Benjamin Deason|b. Sep 1719|p219.htm#i6560|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219
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700000 people connected with European Royalty

I'm Rob Salzman of 4130 SW 117th Ave # 415 Beaverton, OR, ... Benjamin Deason 3
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John Dies at the End » Burritos As Big As Your Head

Benjamin Deason Bob Clark Brandi Couch Brandon Robinson Brendan Reilly Breno Nakao Brian Tolman Brian Wesley Schwartz Casper Van Gemert Damian Holter Daniel Sloane
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Blazek-Rodman Genealogy Site - Person Page 221

William Deason|b. 1839|p221.htm#i6602|William Deason|b. 1812\nd. 1852|p220.htm#i6591|Elizabeth Shelton|b. 1813|p220.htm#i6599|Benjamin Deason||p220.htm#i6585
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The Family of Amos Deason

Amos Deason was born in Lancaster County, South Carolina, the son of Benjamin Deason, born 8 June, 1784 in Lancaster County, and Dorcas Hough, born 1790.
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Deason Genealogy

Andrew Benjamin Deason August 1883 Alabama - January 1935 Oct 31, 2010 Zadie Belle Deason October 1886 Alabama - June 1966 Oct 31, 2010
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RootsWeb: LANGFORD-L [LANGFORD] Rev. War vouchers - #2 mailing

17 November 1757, Benjamin Deason, 93 acres in Rowan County in the Parish of St. Luke's on the South side of Dan River, joining Tates corner, the mouth of a
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Search Results page

Benjamin DEASON - Ancestral File Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1877 , , , Ms 47. Benjamin DEASON - Ancestral File Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1825
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Genealogy Index for surnames beginning with D

Deason, Benjamin (-) Deason, Emily (Milly) A. (1826-) Deason, John M. (-) Deason, Mary (BET. 1780 - 1790-BEF. 28 NOV 1839) Deason, Mary Ann (1817-AFT. 1870)
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Allison Lowry: Veromi's People Search and Business Directory

Kelchner, Benjamin Deason, Heather M Kelchner, Tina : Get Details... Lowry, Allison G: 41 Bynum, NC Burlington, VT Athens, GA Washington, VA Brunswick, GA
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UBS Securities LLC - First name starting with B - Financial Services ...

... Barry Dominguez Barry Finkelstein Barry Stanley Bart Breakstone Bart Mosley Behrooz Quinn Bei Zhou Ben Oren Benjamin Bare Benjamin Briskey Benjamin Cheng Benjamin Deason Benjamin
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Todd County Query Archive

Benjamin DEASON b.1788 SC m. 1808 Catherine DURBY b.1790 VA. children were: Simon DEASON b. 1809 SC m.Isabella TIGER 18 Feb. 1830 Todd Co.KY Suzy DEASON b, 1811
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William Vaughan and Fereby Benton:

Benjamin Deason 1. Wm. Shepard 2. Nathn Shepard. John Rutledg 2. Edward Rutledg. Neal Mackcafferter 2. Wm. Crisp. David Lay 1. Thos. Lay 1. Richd Robbins 3. Jacob Robbins
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People Search Results for Nehemiah Deason - Public Records ...

Nancee Benjamin Deason: 53: Loveland, CO; Fort Collins, CO; Scott Alan Frawley; Kevin Lex Frawley; David S Frawley; George Benjamin Deason; Gwenette Marie Andersen
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www.theharmons.us

Children were: Samuel DEASON, William Joshua DEASON, Mary DEASON, Rebecca DEASON, John DEASON, Joseph DEASON, Benjamin DEASON, Enoch DEASON, Edmond DEASON, Catherine
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Butts County Georgia Genealogy and History Marriages 1826 to 1835

Benjamin Deason: Jane McClower: 16 Feb 1832: John Dicken: Mary Kimbole: 25 Aug 1832: James Die: Martha Hardeman: 5 Jan 1832: Martha Douglas: Robert G. Duke: 25 Dec 1832
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Pontotoc County, MS, Posted Queries for

... 26 years of age) appears as the head of household, with a Rebecca Deason (24 years old) and a Benjamin Deason (10
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Will Book "A" (1837-1844) Lauderdale County, TN

... adm. Items were a rifle, axe, plough & coulter, 1/2 of a raft cable, over 200# of coffee, hogs, and a steel trap. $58.75 Buyers were: Benjamin Deason
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Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Book: Descendants of ...

1714 (St. John's Parish). 6)Benjamin Deason b. Sept. 1719 (St. John's Parish). 7)Enoch Deason b. ca. 1720 (on 1737 tax list in home of his sister's husband). 8)Edmund
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YEAGER - Bibb - Family History & Genealogy Message Board - Ancestry.com

Even though no proof has been found of a relationship between Benjamin Deason and William Wiley Deason, it is believed they were related. Most of my information is on the
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RootsWeb: SCLANCAS-L [SCLANCAS] Johnson and Frizzell

Gale Frizzle Senr was a purchaser at the estate sale held 13 Feb 1786 as were Benjamin Deason, Frederick Kimball, Benj Ladd Senr, and Ben Haile.
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Deason/Shepherd Relationships

William Shepherd's wife was Jemima Deason, d/o Samuel and Mary Johnson Deason and she was the niece of Benjamin Deason. Does anyone know the relationship between William
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Miscellaneous

Financial Advisors - First name starting with B, Last name starting ...

... Benjamin Dargusch Benjamin Darnaby Benjamin Darvin Benjamin Daves Benjamin Davey Benjamin Davidov Benjamin Davis Benjamin Day Benjamin Dean Benjamin Deane Benjamin Deason Benjamin
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George Washington HIGHTOWER & Serilda HENSON & Sarah F. DEASON

Father: James DEASON (b. 1817, Todd Co., KY), s/o Benjamin DEASON (b. 1788, SC) and Catherine __?__ (b. 1790, VA) Mother: Eliza Jane TUCKER
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Jefferson County

Benjamin Deason married J. (James) McClower, 2-16-1832, Butts County, Ga. Bryant Dees married Sarah Dodd, 1819. James Dees married Nancy Purvis, 1834
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Mary Deason Contact Info, Pictures, Background Check, Online Profiles ...

Kelly Deason; Anthony Deason; Scott Deason; Jeremy Deason; Richard Deason; Tonya Deason; Thomas Deason; Cynthia Deason; Benjamin Deason; Edward Deason
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newanc -> Other -> Died-1931 -> De - Click to learn more.

Benjamin Deason. Benjamin Deason (ba002566-26242) Effie Deason. Effie Deason (ba002566-26895) Horace Deason. Horace Deason (ho000050-4121) Horace Deason (ba002566-25982)
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Capt. George CHRISMAN & Elizabeth HAGLER

... of two adi. surveys 225 acres of Wm Bre---. amd 50 acres, part of grant to Eliza White...19 Sep 1805 Sigend George Cresman, Elizabeth Christman (X). Wit: Benjamin Deason
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www.drewa.com

He married Maria Carolina Deason, daughter of Benjamin Deason and Elizabeth Hardy, of Jasper County, Georgia on the 21st of February 1884.
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Calverley Parish Church Marriages 1781-1790

Benjamin Deason, Joseph Whiteley : 1782 05 26: HOLMES: Abraham: Husbandman: Calverley: SHARP: Sarah: Calverley: Richard Hanson, JO : 1782 06 02: HARGREAVE: William: Clothier
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Deason (last name) in the US Identify People Search Database

Benjamin Deason: Flora Deason: Leigh Deason: Rosa Deason: Bennie Deason: Florence Deason: Lela Deason: Rosalie Deason: Benny Deason: Floyd Deason: Leland Deason: Rose Deason
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DeWees August 2010 - aqw1316.htm

... Trevor James DEASON-42137. 54926: M: ii: Taylor Benjamin DEASON-42138.
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StarChef

Amos Deason was born in Lancaster County, South Carolina, the son of Benjamin Deason, born 8 June, 1784 in Lancaster County, and Dorcas Hough, born 1790.
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Clanton AL Graves

... Willard Davis Clanton Al Clanton City Cemetery, Orbie Day Clanton Al Chilton Memorial Gardens, Earnest De Loach Clanton Al Chilton Memorial Gardens, Benjamin Deason
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People search for the state of Alabama

Time:Feb 01 11:02 PM Population:26827 Local Zipcodes:35150, 35151 Area Codes:256 ... BENJAMIN DEASON
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Gibson Gilbert b. 1690 Louisa, Virginia, United States d. 1764 Louisa ...

He sold 200acres in Anson County, North Carolina, on the north side of the Pee DeeRiver on the Falling Creek branch of Hitchcock's Creek to Benjamin Deason 15 November
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1850 Census of LAUDERDALE County, TN

deason, benjamin deason, caroline deason, elizabeth deason, isaac deason, john deason, lysina a deason, mahala deason, malvina deason, mary deason, nancy
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benjamin f wilson lauderdale county alabama

There was a Benjamin Deason, l5, living in household in 1850. . http://www.kithandkinofthesouth.org/uploads/2/6/2/1/2621480/hugh _davison_davidson_family.pdf
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1800mcc

Benjamin Deason: 0: 0: 1: 1: 0: 0: 0: 1: 1: 0: 0: 0: 49: William Byers: 0: 1: 3: 0: 1: 1: 2: 0: 1: 0: 0: 0: 49: Cornelius McCarty: 1: 0: 1: 0: 0: 3: 0: 1: 0: 0: 0: 1: 49: Parkes King: …
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Hewitt-Trussville High School AL | Alumni Photos | Class Reunions

Benjamin Deason Lawanda Richardson Jane Sims Cheryl Rogers Youlanda French Shelia Kahler Katie Hornbuckle Shela McCoy Larry Whitten Karen Lykes Shelia Davis
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Blazek-Rodman Genealogy Site - Person Page 132

He married Tarrisha Sheppard, daughter of William Sheppard and Margaret (?). Benjamin Deason was born in September 1719; recorded St. John's Parish. 1 He was the son of William
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KILLEBREW/KENNEDY - Lancaster - Family History & Genealogy Message ...

on Feb 21, 1804, Andrew Baker conveyed part of this original land grant (in flat creek area) to Benjamin Deason... The Bakers and Johnstons were interacting in some form
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Deason, Caudle - Bibb - Family History & Genealogy Message Board ...

Jacque, Wiley Deason and Hadley Hubbard was said to be best friends who ... Re: Benjamin Deason
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RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Rajordan's Relatives

Benjamin Deason b: Sep 1719; Enoch Deason b: 1720; Edmond Deason b: Bet 30 Mar 1720-1721. Sources: Repository: Name: Rebecca Ann JORDAN. Title: Descendants of William Deason
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Butts County, Georgia Marriages 1832 - Access Genealogy

Benjamin Deason: Jane McClower: 16 Feb 1832: Edwin Ivey: Arreny Bridges: 23 Feb 1832: Robert P Coalman: Margaret Smith: 01 Mar 1832: Joseph Harmon: Ann Miriah Pitts
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James Adair, Rowan County c.1770, Barr & Duncan - Adair - Family ...

4-239: 5 Dec. 1759, Benjamin DEASON / DEESON / DEACON of Craven Co. SC to John WALKER of Rowan Co., £18, 93 acres on South side Dan River, Joseph Tates corner, down
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RootsWeb: KY-OWSLEY-CO-HISTORICAL-SOCIETY-L [OCKHS] 1751 Dan River Tax ...

Benjamin Deason 1 Wm. Shepard 2 Nathn Shepard John Rutledg 2 Edward Rutledg Neal Mackcafferter 2 Wm. Crisp David Lay 1 Thos. Lay 1 Richd Robbins 3
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RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: FROM BUCHAL TO YOUNGER AND INBETWEEN

He married Ellender 'Nellie' Deason in ,, Sc, daughter of Benjamin Deason and Dorcas Hough. She was born in ,, Sc, and died in ,, Sc. Child of Hugh M. McManus and
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Heritage

Duncans in Rowan Co. NC

4-239: 5 Dec. 1759, Benjamin Deason of Craven Co. SC to John Walker of Rowan Co., £18, 93 acres on South side Dan River, Joseph Tates corner, down various
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D Surnames - Alabama Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard World War II ...

Father, Mr. James Benjamin Deason, Rt. 4, Clanton. DE FOOR, Walton, Radarman 3c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Avis Claudette DeFoor, Rt. 1, Phil Campbell.
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Butts County, Georgia Marriages

... Jane Grier 10 Jan 1832 Alexander Urquhart Aletha Knight 17 Jan 1832 William Blalock Matilda F McLin 17 Jan 1832 Meredith Nelson Sarah Muckleroy 27 Jan 1832 Benjamin Deason Jane
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Warren County Georgia Queries - 1999

I am also told that Zachariah was listed as the administrator on the Warren County will of Benjamin Deason. Can anyone tell me how to obtain copies of this document?
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William Joshua Deason

M, #6547, b. 1660, d. 12 May 1730
William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|||||||Edmund Ayres||p219.htm#i6554||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=7 Jun 2008
     Anna Crum in her "Revised Book of Deasons" indicates that an Enoch Deason was born to William Joshua who eventually died and was the father of Absalom Deason born in 1790. This seems unrealistic. An Absalom Deason was found in the same census records as Enoch Deason and it is surmised that he most likely was the father of Enoch Deason and the reason for future generations of Deasons to be named Absalom. Therefore it is assumed that Enoch Deason, the son of William Joshua Deason, had a son Absalom who then had Enoch who was the father of the first latter Absalom in 1790. William Joshua Deason married Mary Standefer, daughter of William Standefer and Mary (?). William Joshua Deason was born in 1660. He was the son of William Deason and Elizabeth Ayres. William Joshua Deason died on 12 May 1730.1

Children of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum).

Mary Standefer

F, #6548
Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=9 Mar 1997
     Mary Standefer is the daughter of William Standefer and Mary (?). Mary Standefer married William Joshua Deason, son of William Deason and Elizabeth Ayres.

Children of Mary Standefer and William Joshua Deason

William Standefer

M, #6549

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=9 Mar 1997
     William Standefer married Mary (?).

Child of William Standefer and Mary (?)

Mary (?)

F, #6550

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=9 Mar 1997
     Mary (?) married William Standefer.

Child of Mary (?) and William Standefer

William Deason

M, #6551, d. 27 April 1693

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=9 Mar 1997
     It appears that William married two Elizabeths. The first was the daughter of Edmund Ayres and apparently all of his children were from this first Elizabeth. The second Elizabeth survived him and remarried. William Deason married Elizabeth (?). William Deason married Elizabeth Ayres, daughter of Edmund Ayres. William Deason died on 27 April 1693.1

Child of William Deason and Elizabeth Ayres

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 1.

Elizabeth (?)

F, #6552, d. circa June 1694

Last Edited=9 Mar 1997
     Elizabeth (?) married William Deason. Elizabeth (?) married John Devege. Elizabeth (?) died circa June 1694.1

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 1.

Elizabeth Ayres

F, #6553, d. 27 April 1674
Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|Edmund Ayres||p219.htm#i6554||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=27 Dec 1998
     Elizabeth Ayres was the daughter of Edmund Ayres. Elizabeth Ayres married William Deason. Elizabeth Ayres died on 27 April 1674.1

Child of Elizabeth Ayres and William Deason

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), Volume 1, page 1.

Edmund Ayres

M, #6554

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=9 Mar 1997

Child of Edmund Ayres

John Devege

M, #6555

Last Edited=13 Mar 1997
     John Devege died. He married Elizabeth (?).

Samuel Deason

M, #6556, b. circa 1704
Samuel Deason|b. c 1704|p219.htm#i6556|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=6 Apr 1997
     Samuel Deason died. He was born circa 1704. He was the son of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer. Samuel Deason married Mary Johnson in September 1737 at St. John's Parish.

Children of Samuel Deason and Mary Johnson

William Deason Jr.

M, #6557, b. circa 1707
William Deason Jr.|b. c 1707|p219.htm#i6557|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=6 Apr 1997
     William Deason Jr. died. He was born circa 1707. He was the son of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer. William Deason Jr. married Ann Shepperd, daughter of William Sheppard and Margaret (?), on 9 February 1739.

Children of William Deason Jr. and Ann Shepperd

Rebecca Deason

F, #6558, b. 9 March 1713
Rebecca Deason|b. 9 Mar 1713|p219.htm#i6558|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=13 Mar 1997
     Rebecca Deason died. She was born on 9 March 1713; recorded St. John's Parish.1 She was the daughter of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer.

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 7.

John Deason

M, #6559, b. 25 September 1714
John Deason|b. 25 Sep 1714|p219.htm#i6559|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=13 Mar 1997
     John Deason died. He was born on 25 September 1714; recorded St. John's Parish.1 He was the son of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer. John Deason married Mary Hall on 1 May 1749.

Children of John Deason and Mary Hall

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 7.

Benjamin Deason

M, #6560, b. September 1719
Benjamin Deason|b. Sep 1719|p219.htm#i6560|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=13 Mar 1997
     Benjamin Deason died. He married Tarrisha Sheppard, daughter of William Sheppard and Margaret (?). Benjamin Deason was born in September 1719; recorded St. John's Parish.1 He was the son of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer.

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 7.

Enoch Deason

M, #6561, b. circa 1720, d. 16 August 1835
Enoch Deason|b. c 1720\nd. 16 Aug 1835|p219.htm#i6561|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=7 Jun 2008
     Presumed to be the father of an Absalom Deason who was then presumed to be the father of Enoch Deason. Enoch Deason married Rebecca Sheppard. Enoch Deason was born circa 1720 at Gunpowder Hundred, Maryland. He was the son of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer. Enoch Deason died on 16 August 1835 at Bedford County, Tennessee.

Child of Enoch Deason and Rebecca Sheppard

Edmund Deason

M, #6562, b. 30 March 1721
Edmund Deason|b. 30 Mar 1721|p219.htm#i6562|William Joshua Deason|b. 1660\nd. 12 May 1730|p219.htm#i6547|Mary Standefer||p219.htm#i6548|William Deason|d. 27 Apr 1693|p219.htm#i6551|Elizabeth Ayres|d. 27 Apr 1674|p219.htm#i6553|William Standefer||p219.htm#i6549|Mary (?)||p219.htm#i6550|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=11 Apr 1997
     Edmund Deason died. He was born on 30 March 1721; recorded at St. Paul's Parish.1 He was the son of William Joshua Deason and Mary Standefer. Edmund Deason married Elizabeth (?) in 1740.

Children of Edmund Deason and Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 7.

Joseph Deason

?, #6563, b. 8 June 1784
Joseph Deason|b. 8 Jun 1784|p219.htm#i6563|Enoch Deason|b. 1720\nd. 1830|p143.htm#i4288|Rebecca Sheppard|b. c 1755\nd. 1837|p150.htm#i4487|Absolom Deason||p204.htm#i6114|Nancy (?)||p204.htm#i6115|||||||

Relationship=4th great-grand aunt/uncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=13 Mar 1997
     Joseph Deason died. Joseph Deason was born on 8 June 1784 at North Carolina.1 Joseph Deason was the child of Enoch Deason and Rebecca Sheppard.

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 27.

Elizabeth (?)

F, #6564

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=13 Mar 1997
     Elizabeth (?) died. She married William Penny.

Child of Elizabeth (?) and William Penny

Ira Griffin Deason

M, #6565, b. 2 October 1824, d. 31 January 1857
Ira Griffin Deason|b. 2 Oct 1824\nd. 31 Jan 1857|p219.htm#i6565|Absolom Deason|b. 23 Mar 1790\nd. 18 Sep 1857|p139.htm#i4157|Zipporah Appling|b. c 1804\nd. 1856|p142.htm#i4244|Enoch Deason|b. 1720\nd. 1830|p143.htm#i4288|Rebecca Sheppard|b. c 1755\nd. 1837|p150.htm#i4487|Thomas Appling||p150.htm#i4490|Nancy Baker||p150.htm#i4491|

Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=15 Mar 1997
     Ira Griffin Deason was born on 2 October 1824.1 He was the son of Absolom Deason and Zipporah Appling. Ira Griffin Deason died on 31 January 1857 at age 32.1

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 81.

Gilbert Tindle Deason

M, #6566, b. 17 November 1828, d. 13 March 1873
Gilbert Tindle Deason|b. 17 Nov 1828\nd. 13 Mar 1873|p219.htm#i6566|Absolom Deason|b. 23 Mar 1790\nd. 18 Sep 1857|p139.htm#i4157|Zipporah Appling|b. c 1804\nd. 1856|p142.htm#i4244|Enoch Deason|b. 1720\nd. 1830|p143.htm#i4288|Rebecca Sheppard|b. c 1755\nd. 1837|p150.htm#i4487|Thomas Appling||p150.htm#i4490|Nancy Baker||p150.htm#i4491|

Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=5 Dec 1997
     Gilbert Tindle Deason married Melissa Naomi McMillian, daughter of Lemuel McMillian. Gilbert Tindle Deason was born on 17 November 1828.1 He was the son of Absolom Deason and Zipporah Appling. Gilbert Tindle Deason married Martha Prentice on 30 March 1854. Gilbert Tindle Deason died on 13 March 1873 at age 44; smallpox.1

Children of Gilbert Tindle Deason and Martha Prentice

Children of Gilbert Tindle Deason and Melissa Naomi McMillian

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 81.

Hugh L. Deason

M, #6567, b. 1843, d. 19 November 1864
Hugh L. Deason|b. 1843\nd. 19 Nov 1864|p219.htm#i6567|Absolom Deason|b. 23 Mar 1790\nd. 18 Sep 1857|p139.htm#i4157|Zipporah Appling|b. c 1804\nd. 1856|p142.htm#i4244|Enoch Deason|b. 1720\nd. 1830|p143.htm#i4288|Rebecca Sheppard|b. c 1755\nd. 1837|p150.htm#i4487|Thomas Appling||p150.htm#i4490|Nancy Baker||p150.htm#i4491|

Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=15 Mar 1997
     Hugh L. Deason was born in 1843. He was the son of Absolom Deason and Zipporah Appling. Hugh L. Deason died on 19 November 1864.1

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 82.

Irene Deason

F, #6568, b. 1852
Irene Deason|b. 1852|p219.htm#i6568|Absolom Deason|b. 23 Mar 1790\nd. 18 Sep 1857|p139.htm#i4157|Zipporah Appling|b. c 1804\nd. 1856|p142.htm#i4244|Enoch Deason|b. 1720\nd. 1830|p143.htm#i4288|Rebecca Sheppard|b. c 1755\nd. 1837|p150.htm#i4487|Thomas Appling||p150.htm#i4490|Nancy Baker||p150.htm#i4491|

Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Sharon Gay Rodman.
Last Edited=15 Mar 1997
     Irene Deason died. She was born in 1852. She was the daughter of Absolom Deason and Zipporah Appling.

James W. Hassell

M, #6569

Last Edited=15 Mar 1997
     James W. Hassell married Mallisa N. Deason, daughter of Absolom Deason and Elizabeth McClendon, on 7 October 1866.1

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 94.

Elizabeth Snider

F, #6570

Last Edited=15 Mar 1997
     Elizabeth Snider married Thomas Jefferson Deason, son of Absolom Deason and Catherine Ray, in 1881 at Northport, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, U.S.A..

Virginia Hester Maddox

F, #6571

Last Edited=15 Mar 1997
     Virginia Hester Maddox married Robert Hillman Deason, son of Absolom Deason and Catherine Ray, on 11 October 1881 at Northport, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, U.S.A..1

Citations

  1. [S31] Anna Frances Deason Crum and Melvin Rush Crum Revised Book of Deason, Two volume set, (Bedford, TX 76021-4880 Apt. 173-A2416 Meadow Park Circle: Anna and Melvin Crum), volume 1, page 95.
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       The comprehensive book includes the history of William Deason Standiford, born in OH, 1827, and his wife, Anna Post, born in OH, 1829.  William's father, William, was born in Maryland and came to Ohio with his family in the 1820s.  William and Anna moved to Wisconsin in 1854, where their children grew up.  The book traces their 10 children down to the present time.  The family is also traced back to the earliest branches in America. Charts, picture from the families and stories about various family members are included.  This family descends through William R. Standiford, b. abt 1709 and Christina Enloes, b. abt 1710.

1782 05 20 FIRTH Joseph Clothier Calverley BELL Sarah Calverley Benjamin Deason, Joseph Whiteley
Deason, Enoch...................................1-2-6-0-0




 

17 Jun 1788 Hanna twin c/o Henry Deason at Penzance

17 Jun 1788 John twin c/o Henry Deason at Penzance

Calverley, BELL, Sarah, Calverley, Benjamin Deason, Joseph Whiteley ...


Elizabeth Caroline Deason

F, #6908, b. 29 December 1869, d. 14 January 1900
Elizabeth Caroline Deason|b. 29 Dec 1869\nd. 14 Jan 1900|p231.htm#i6908|John Washington Deason|b. 10 Mar 1840\nd. 11 Oct 1925|p231.htm#i6903|Frances Attillia Bell|b. 27 Dec 1844\nd. 30 Jan 1921|p231.htm#i6907|John W. Deason|b. 7 Jan 1809\nd. 17 Mar 1878|p183.htm#i5474|Elizabeth R. Hassell|b. 2 Jan 1810\nd. 13 Apr 1867|p230.htm#i6899|||||||

Mary Helen Smith

F, #6928

Last Edited=7 Jun 1997
     Mary Helen Smith died. She married John Absalom Deason, son of Absolom Deason and Catherine Ray, on 18 January 1873 at Northport, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, U.S.A..

Children of Mary Helen Smith and John Absalom Deason

Alda Deason

F, #6929
Alda Deason||p231.htm#i6929|John Absalom Deason|b. 5 Dec 1849\nd. 1930|p80.htm#i2383|Mary Helen Smith||p231.htm#i6928|Absolom Deason|b. 22 Jun 1810\nd. 9 Jun 1890|p80.htm#i2379|Catherine Ray|b. 11 Nov 1820\nd. 28 Feb 1899|p80.htm#i2382|||||||


 

Christian County

  • Amazing Acres - blueberries, pumpkins, strawberries, gift shop, restrooms, picnic area, petting zoo, farm animals, birthday parties, school tours
    3445 Deason Lane, Hopkinsville, KY 42240. Phone: 270-881-2445. Email: natalieallison@yahoo.com. Directions: Hopkinsville, KY-- Pennyrile Pky Exit 12, turn East onto Hwy 1682 go to end of the road (about 1 mile)-- Turn Left onto Hwy 107, Greenville Rd go 2 miles -- turn Right onto Deason Ln; 1 Mile turn right into the 3rd driveway marked "ENTRANCE" -- Pull up to the red picnic pavilion for parking instructions Open: by appointment Please call first No DROP INS Payment: Cash, Check. Our farm has pet-able KY wildlife
198-36  Deason,        Enoch             1   2   6       .       .

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MITCHELL D DEASON

1790 CANYON PARK RD

New Braunfels, Texas 78133

USA

Classification:

National Security

 


John Columbus Deason

John Columbus Deason

Elbert Deason (1835 - 1919)

Born in Jefferson, Alabama, USA on 1835 to Absolom Deason and Zeporah Appling. Elbert married Annie E Harden and had a child. Elbert married Delilah Stanley and had 10 children. He passed away on 19 Dec 1919 in Johnson, Texas, USA.
1880 United States Federal Census
  • Name: Elbert R. Deason
1860 United States Federal Census
  • Name: Elbert B Deason
1850 United States Federal Census
  • Name: Elbert Deason
1880 United States Federal Census
  • Name: Sarah A. E. Deason
1910 United States Federal Census
  • Name: Sarah E Deason

 

Coronation 63 - Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers

Hallelujah (Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers)

Pleyel's Hymn (Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers)

1569 (49)

13 May 1794

Daniel Ross enters 150 ac on Gum Log Br of Lanes Cr: border: John Deason, James Poe (Janus Poe) & Edward Castly.

 

2902 (420)

8 December 1794

Gov. Richard Dobbs Spaight (New Bern, NC) to James Poe; grant #1327 for pounds 0.30 per 100 ac sold 100 ac on Gum log Br of Lanes Cr; border: begins at a red oak on "the" bank of the branch "just below" John Deason's beginning (signed) Richd Dobbs Spaight & J. Glasgow, secretary; book E p. 419

 

25 July 1823

Absolem Deason (other sources: born 23 March 1790, died 6 September 1857)

Married Zeporah Poe, marriage license dated 25 July 1823 and solemnized 5 August; Tuscaloosa County, AL. Zeporah Poe was widow of _______ Poe and daughter of Thomas Appling. Absolem Deason conveys land to Benjamin Blackburn 26 January 1827 in Tuscaloosa Co, AL. He appears as a witness in February 1920 in Tusc. Co. Absolem Deason, SR buys land from John M. Davis

26 July 1838 in Tusc. Co one John Deason married Rebecca Hassell 28 February 1832 in Tus. Co.

NOTE: John Deason born 1 July 1809 died 17 March 1878

 

 

 

John DEASON   ____ - ____ [169]

  • BAPTISM: 26 DEC 1741, Tresco, Isles of Scilly
  • REFERENCE: 932
Father: Thomas DEASON
Mother: Mary LAKEY


Family 1 : Elizabeth NICHOLS
  • MARRIAGE: 05 NOV 1764, Isles of Scilly
  1. +Mary DEASON
                                                  _____________________
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    ______________________|
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    | |_____________________
    |
    _Edward HOARE _______|
    | (1865 - ....) m 1889|
    | | _____________________
    | | |
    | |______________________|
    | |
    | |_____________________
    |
    |
    |--Ellen HOARE
    | (1893 - ....)
    | _Samuel ELLIS _______+
    | | (1777 - 1865) m 1806
    | _Richard ELLIS _______|
    | | (1810 - 1900) m 1843 |
    | | |_Mary CHAWIN ________
    | | (1786 - 1873) m 1806
    |_Sarah Ann ELLIS ____|
    (1850 - ....) m 1889|
    | _James JENKIN _______
    | | (.... - 1843) m 1788
    |_Elizabeth JENKIN(S) _|
    (1811 - 1891) m 1843 |
    |_Mary DEASON ________+
    (1767 - ....) m 1788


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_Thomas DEASON ______|
| m 1735 |
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|--John DEASON
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|_Mary LAKEY _________|
m 1735 |
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INDEX

[169] A marriage of a John Deason to Elizabeth TOSSELL (both of Scilly) on 17 Oct 1754 is shown in transcript of Scilly marriage PR. ..

This page is dedicated to my cousin, Mary Franklin Deason Dunn and to my late aunt, Veda Mae Deason Anderson

Mary Frank has done much to promote our family heritage by her contributions to various historical and genealogical societies.  She is the author of numerous books, just to mention a few:

A history of Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church
Some early Rusk County, Texas families: Deason, Rushton, Welch, Hunt, and others
71 cemeteries, Rusk County, Texas
Rusk County, Texas, 1860 census
Rusk County, Texas, 1850 census

When ever I asked my mother a question about family history, if she did not know the answer, she would say, "I'll bet Mary Frank knows".  Her transcriptions of this cemetery set the ground work for this project. 

My Aunt Veda Mae got me started in genealogy over 20 years ago and is responsible for my obsession, even thought I have spells of laziness from time to time.

 

 

Out
of Mississippi – The John Robert Wingate Family

Hunt,
Deason

Jackson

Jackson
Cousins, Progeny of Alexander and Mary Jackson

Folmer,
Kathlyn Johnson

Wingate,
Moody, Hunt

Out
of Mississippi – The John Robert Wingate Family

Wingate,
Moody, Hunt

Out
of Mississippi – The John Robert Wingate Family

Hunt,
Deason

Hunt,
Deason


Hunt

Thomas
Sr. and Lucy Hunt Their Children and Descendents

Hunt,
Deason

Jackson

Jackson
Cousins, Progeny of Alexander and Mary Jackson

Wingate,
Moody, Hunt

Out
of Mississippi – The John Robert Wingate Family

Hunt,
Deason

Folmer,
Kathlyn Johnson


Hunt

Thomas
Sr. and Lucy Hunt Their Children and Descendents

Hunt,
Deason

Jackson

Jackson
Cousins, Progeny of Alexander and Mary Jackson

Folmer,
Kathlyn Johnson


Wingate,
Moody, Hunt

Out
of Mississippi – The John Robert Wingate Family

Hunt,
Deason

..+ Doris Mae Deason  b. Jul 17, 1924; d. Apr 23, 1972 (see Obits)  Buried in Holland Cemetery, Hardin Co., TX (d/o George Wesley Deason & Bertie Bratton)


Read more: http://www.texashistoryhunter.net

 

 


View Tree for Kitty WELLSKitty WELLS (b. Bef. 1935)

Kitty WELLS (daughter of George WELLS aka LAKER and Freida SOUTHAM) was born Bef. 1935. She married Raymond ETHERINGTON.

Children of Kitty WELLS and Raymond ETHERINGTON are:
  1. Kay ETHERINGTON, b. Abt. 1953.
  2. Graham ETHERINGTON, b. Abt. 1960, Sydney.

 

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http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ncschgs/knoxfam.htm#K05 [Huge One] 


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Ellen "Kitty Wells" Deason"
1919-
The queen of country music

Deason, Martha, 1825
Husband: John Thomas Hawkins, b. 14 Jan 1851, marr. 13 Mar 1873, d. 1926, bur. Strickland Plot, Hernando, MS
     Father: Henry James Hawkins; Mother: Martha A. Deason
Wife: Matilda Almira "Dixie" Young, b. xxx, d. 1923, bur. Strickland Plot, Hernando, MS.
     Father: Thomas Jefferson Young; Mother: Mary Mildred Ann Winn
Children:
     (1) Rosanna A. Hawkins
     (2) James Fountain "Fount" Hawkins
     (3) Milton "Milt" Smith Hawkins
     (4) Lucian Mode Hawkins
     (5) George Mack Hawkins
     (6) Dora Louise Hawkins
     (7) Clarabelle Hawkins
     (7) Hester Mae Hawkins

Husband: Franklin "Frank" Lafayette Hawkins, b. 5 Jun 1853, marr. 5 Oct5 1873, d. xxx
               Franklin is said to have disappeared one night and never was heard from again
Wife: Millie Ann "Sis" Young, b. xxx, d. xx
Children:
     (1) Caleb Hawkins
     (2) Amos Hawkins


Husband: Henry James "Hal" Hawkins, b. 25 Nov 1824, AL. mar. 14 Nov 1844 prob. Chickasaw Co. MS; d. xxx
     Father: Henry James Hawkins; Mother: Frances N. Bailey; both from Florence, AL
Wife: Martha R. Deason, b. 25 May 1825, prob. in Al
     Father: Unknown; Mother: Unknown

 

Marriage: 16 Oct 1756 St Michael and All Angels, Hawkskead, Lancashire, England
William Swainson - of the Parochial Chapelry of Church Coniston in the County of Lancaster
Elizabeth Deason - (X), widow of this Parish
    Married by Licence
    Source: LDS Film 1040305 

Marriage: 9 Jun 1764 St Michael and All Angels, Hawkskead, Lancashire, England
Olliver Ottley - taylor
Allice Deason -
    Married by Licence
    Notes: [In Bishops Transcripts, groom's surname is spelt Otley]
    Source: LDS Film 1040305
 

 

 

The good Reverend Suttle had more to say about that successful church thing: “Instead of pursuing faithfulness the sentimental church must provide a space where people can come to hear a comforting message from an effusive pastor spouting fervent one-liners which are intended to make us feel good about the decisions we’ve already made with our lives.  If our beliefs aren’t exactly, really true then at least we can have a Hallmark moment, right?  Above all the sentimental church must never teach us that in the kingdom of God, up is down, in is out, and nothing short of dying to ourselves and each other can help us truly live… the church’s job is not to affirm people’s lives, but to allow the gospel to continually call our lives into question.”

A Letter to the Baptist Newspaper

Submitted by Wiley R. Gandy, a loyal member of Ebenezer Church during its early years, mailed a letter to his Baptist newspaper in which he stated some interesting facts about the history of his church. This communication is quoted below.

"Ebenezer Church, Bibb County, Alabama, was constituted on this, then howling wilderness, on the 31st day of July, 1819, by Isaac Suttle, Lewis C. Davis, (old club axe) and William Herrod, presbytery. In the constitution there were but seven members, Samuel Crenshaw, John Allen, and John Gandy. The two first named were Deacons. The above named are all long since dead, perhaps Mr. Harrod may be still living. Ebenezer Church stands within one mile of the Perry county line, not more than three hundred yards from the Alabama and Tennessee Railroad, 27 miles North of Selma.

"Mr. Isaac Suttle was forthwith called to take the pastoral charge. A precious revival commenced immediately, about 50 were baptised in a few months, five of whom made ministers of the gospel, viz: William Clark, Enoch Hayes, Robert Martin, David Moore, and Wm. Allen. The last two only are living; Martin, Hayes and Moore were ordained by this Church. About 1825 there was another glorious revival,--the venerable Suttle still pastor, Ebenezer then began to be strong. Mr. Richard West, too, about this time was licensed to preach, and as such, he moved to the West. Some right curious things might be said. For example, September 1822, 'Appointed bro. Monk as clrk to set tunes,' also concluded 'not to join the Missionary business'. I suppose about this time the great Missionary question began to be agitated, which was kept up in some sort until 1835, when new Churches and Associations were formed.

In 1839, about this time, that man of God, Isaac Suttle, again pastor, a revival commenced eclipsing all other revivals put together, continued in some degree for about two years. (In those old fashioned days, men and women joined the Church, little boys and girls were not known, but it is a little changed now, it is easy in, easy out). The result of which was a new batch of preachers, viz: D. M. Loyd, George W. Scoggins, A. B. Hill, and G. W. Scoggins. The two first, Loyd and Scoggins, were ordained by this Church. About six years ago that venerable old brother, Josiah McGee, was ordained by this Church. -- About 1842, that great and good man, Isaac Suttle, left us forever, removed to Mississippi, and soon after died. He was the father of the Baptist in this region.

Old Mother Ebenezer has not only given the world many preachers, but she has also baptized others who have held high political stations, viz: Charles A. Dennis, John W. Suttle, Pendleton Murrah. Mr. Murrah joined this Church about 1841, a poor obscure boy, but now, it is said, that he is one of the most imminent judges in Texas. General Julius Goodwin, too, held a high station whilst a member of this Church. Old Mother Ebenezer has had days of rejoicing, and many days of deep sorrow and sore affliction. Well does the writer remember the days of humiliation, trials, that would seem to almost upheave the very pillars of her foundation. The good Lord most surely helped in time of great need. Old Mother Ebenezer is still here, a little green spot, and perhaps exactly in the center of the State of Alabama. We are about 70, mostly rather poor, a good house, shingled roofed and glass windows. A. Andrews is our pastor."

Wiley R. Gandy

Edward Adelbert Deason (son of Minor Jackson Deason and Mary Virginia Knox)61 was born January 1871 in TX, and died date unknown. He married Nancy Zona Burton Deason.

More About Edward Adelbert Deason:
Date born 2: 1871, Texas.61
Residence: 1910, Hunter Twp, Kiowa, Oklahoma.61

Children of Edward Adelbert Deason and Nancy Zona Burton Deason are:

  1. Sidney Doyle Deason.
  2. Minor Deason, b. 1903, d. date unknown.

 

Minor Jackson Deason (son of Unknown Deason) was born January 29, 1829 in SC, and died May 11, 1893 in TX. He married Mary Virginia Knox on September 26, 1865, daughter of Samuel Knox and Marcella Buxton.

More About Minor Jackson Deason and Mary Virginia Knox:
Marriage: September 26, 1865

Children of Minor Jackson Deason and Mary Virginia Knox are:

  1. +Mattie Deason, b. 1867, TX, d. date unknown, OK.
  2. +Minor DeWitt Deason, b. October 1868, TX, d. date unknown.
  3. +Amos Beri Deason, b. 1870, d. September 25, 1967, NUECES66.
  4. +Edward Adelbert Deason, b. January 1871, TX, d. date unknown.
  5. +Ernest Linwood Deason, b. April 03, 1873, Moscow, Polk, TX, d. January 28, 1954, Big Spring, Howard, TX.
  6. +William Oscar Deason, b. April 23, 1875, TX, d. date unknown.
  7. R. M. P. Deason, b. July 16, 1880, Tx, d. March 17, 1881, Wise Co, TX.
  8. +Cora Deason Collier, b. January 20, 1885, TX, d. October 02, 1976, OK.

 

William A. Knox of Ripley, MS

Debbie Hawkins  (View posts) Posted: 3 Jan 2004 2:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Knox, Wheeler, Hawkins
Looking for descendants, relatives, etc. of William A. Knox. He lived and died in Ripley,MS. b. 4-20-1801 d. 4-7-1877 He had a son Samuel Andrew Knox, he's my ancestor.

Re: William A. Knox of Ripley, MS

Mary Nell Sergemt  (View posts) Posted: 3 Oct 2004 6:55AM GMT
Classification: Query

My ggm, Mary Virginia Knox, was b in 1849 in Lauderdale Co, MS and her father's name was Samuel Knox. They later moved to Texas and were in Wise Co, TX in 1880. Her mother's name was Marcella (sometimes Marscilla) Buxton. Mary Virginia's sister was Sarah Knox who married Amos Strange.

 

Edward Jackson Jr was the son of Edward Jackson Tadlock (1821 - Jul 1859) and Jane Elzabeth Chapman, daughter of Thomas Chapman and Rachel Garrison)    Edward Jackson Tadlock was the sone of Thomas M. Tadlock Jr (1785 - Jan 1850) and Catherine David (or maybe Davis).    Thomas M. Tadlock Jr was the son of Thomas M. Tadlock (1746 - 1795) and Sarah Sally Sumner, daughter of Richard Sumner and Sarah (?).    Thomas M. Tadlock was the son of Thomas C. Tadlock (abt 1713 - aft 1784) and Sarah Elizabeth Jones.    Thomas C. Tadlock was the son of Edward Tatlocke/Tadlock (6 Nov 1681 - 1762) and Elizabeth (?).    Note: This Edward made the initial voyage from England to America in 1702, his name changed from Tatlocke to Tadlock shortly after arrival in America)    Edward Tatlocke was the son of William Tatlocke (abt 1646 - ?) and Jane Spencer.//Thomas B. Garrison    Born--about 1833 in Ohio
Civil War Veteran--Buried in Laurel/Conwell Cemetery

Marcella Buxton (daughter of Unknown Buxton and Sarah Bowman Buxton) was born 1811 in NC, and died date unknown in TX. She married Samuel Knox, son of James Knox III and Elizabeth Knox.

Children of Marcella Buxton and Samuel Knox are:

  1. Sarah E. Knox, b. 1848, Marion, Lauderdale, MS, d. date unknown.
  2. +Mary Virginia Knox, b. May 01, 1849, Marion, Lauderdale, MS, d. March 12, 1927, Otter Creek, Kiowa, OK.
  3. +Robert Alonzo Bowman Knox, b. 1851, Marion, Lauderdale, MS, d. 1882, Bridgeport, Jack, TX.
  4. C. M. Knox, b. 1853, TX, d. date unknown.

 

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I have this information in my family tree but he apparently is not your
James as he died in 1824. This James was in Robertson Co., TN where my
John Chapman, son of Benjamin was born in 1806. Could be a cousin.

This James father was Daniel and his mother Charity House. His siblings
were in order of birth: Mary, Unknown, John, Lyda, Rebecca, (James),
Giles, DanielJr, Thomas, Nancy, and Sally Chapman. I show James born
about 1796 and died at the early age of 28 in 1824.

I copied the following while in Nashville, several years ago.

"James Chapman
Died in 1824 and in a will dated 4 Sep 1824 left beloved brother, Giles,
a 65 acre tract of land, Browns? Fork, Cain Creek. Daniel Chapman was
one of the witnesses to the will. No wife or children are listed in the
will, just Giles. Ref: microfilm, TN State Library. Vol 3 from Robertson
Co. will book. "

If you find your James was in Robertson County, TN maybe the above will
give you a clue that will help. Hope so.

I would appreciate any information on the ancestors or decedents of
Benjamin Chapman. I suspect Benjamin's father is Silas Chapman but have
no actual proof yet.

I descend from John Chapman a son of Benjamin. John was born in
Robertson County, TN, April
9, 1806 and died November 28, 1874 in Mayfield, Graves County, KY,
at 68 years of age. His body was interred November 30, 1874 in
Mayfield, Graves County, KY., Liberty Cemetary.

He married Annie Traughber in KY., 1824. Annie was born in Logan
County, KY. September 19, 1808. Annie died 1887 in Logan County, KY.,
at
78 years of age. Her body was interred 1887 in Logan County, KY. John
was born in Robertson County, TN in 1808 and moved to Logan County,
KY. when he was about 10 years old. He married Anna Traughber and they
had 9 children. His son Harvey was born in 1828 in Logan County, KY.
They then moved to a farm north of Mayfield in Graves County KY. in
1855. John died in 1874 and Anna in 1887. Both are buried in the
Liberty Baptist Cemetery which is near the farm they owned.
The oldest relative I have found in the Chapman family tree thus far is
Michael
Dorebach who was born in Germany about 1715. He and two sons came to
America on the ship "Patience" in 1751. The family then changed their
name from Dorebach to Traughber. Michael had a son, William II whose
son William III was the father of Anna.

John Chapman and Annie Traughber had the following children:
Alfred Chapman was born June 25, 1825.
Harvey Chapman was born February 18, 1828.
Mary Ann Chapman was born in Mayfield, Graves Co, KY. 1833.
Mary died February 3, 1886 at 52 years of age. Steven Chapman was born in
Overton Co., TN. 1836.
Steven Chapman was born in Overton Co., TN. 1836.
Amanda Chapman was born in Overton Co., TN. 1840. She married Adams.
Jane Chapman was born in Overton Co., TN. 1842.
James Calvin Chapman was born April 21, 1844.
Angeline "Linnie" Chapman was born in Robertson Co, TN.February 5, 1847.
Angeline died January 8, 1929 at 81 years of age.
She married Joe Croley in KY., 1861.
John Chapman was born in Robertson Co, TN. 1849. He married
Georgia Ann Murphey 1876.

By August of 1892 Harvey and family were in Ellis County, TX. My
grandfather was Robert Edward Chapman, son of Harvey.

Wayne
On Mon, 18 Jun 2007 08:29:47 -0700 (PDT) Gilbert Alford
<gilalford@yahoo.com> writes:
> Hi,
>
> I'm new here - again - and would like to submit a query.
>
> Seeking information on the parents and ancestry of James Chapman
> who was b. about 1808 in TN. He married a lady named Mildred b.
> about 1804 in KY. They had at least six children with five b. in IA
> and one in TX: John 1828 IA, William D. 1832 IA, James M. 1834 IA,
> Martha 1838 IA, Mary E. 1840 IA, and Mandy 1848 TX. When they were
> enumerated in 1850 Dallas Co., TX the family also included a
> Katherine Chapman 16 IL, who is thought to be the wife of John.
> James apparently died before 1860 when Mildred was enumerated in
> Dallas Co. as the head of the family. John and Katherine were still
> with the family in 1860 and there were three new children in the
> household, thought to be their children: Mary 9, Lucinda 6 and
> George 3.
>
> .. Gil Alford

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Tennessee Caroline Hunt (1874 - 1942)

Born in Tennessee, USA on 22 Oct 1874 to Warrington Smith Hunt and Mariah Mary Chedester. Tennessee Caroline married Elihu Holland and had 6 children. She passed away on 1942 in New Market, Iowa, USA.

 

  7  Benjamin J. White  b: 1883 Greene Co. TN  
7 Alexander White b: 1887 Greene Co. TN
6 Nancy Ann Holland b: November 28, 1867 Greene Co. TN
................ +Samuel Arthur Thomas Mathes b: January 22, 1864 TN Father: Thomas Mathews m: September 13, 1885
6 John C. Holland b: January 3, 1869 Greene Co. TN d: July 15, 1897 Greene Co. TN
................ +Sarah A. Early b: January 17, 1870 Greene Co. TN d: October 19, 1920 Greene Co. TN Father: George Early Mother: Violet Louisa Hutchinson m: March 22, 1888 Greene Co. TN
7 Johnnie Ethel Holland b: August 1891 Greene Co. TN d: 1969 Greene Co. TN
................... +Henry Bert Reynolds b: 1885 Greene Co. TN d: 1957 Greene Co. TN
7 Ola E. J. Holland b: January 1890 Greene Co. TN
................... +Tyler W Morelock b: 1887 Greene Co. TN m: 1906 Greene Co. TN
7 Iva Holland b: November 1895
7 Guy Holland b: February 1897
6 Elihu Holland b: March 8, 1872 Greene Co. TN d: September 7, 1920 New Market, Iowa
................ +Tennessee Carolyn "Tennie Hunt" Hunt b: October 22, 1874 TN d: 1942 New Market, Iowa m: September 25, 1891 Greene Co. TN
7 Albert Fermond Holland b: Aft. 1891
7 Pauline Marie Holland b: Aft. 1891
7 Minnie Maude Holland b: August 1892 Greene Co. TN
7 Jennie Inez Holland b: June 1895 Greene Co. TN
7 Montie Josephine Holland b: February 1897
7 Odessa Elizabeth "Dessie Holland" Holland b: August 1899
6 Jacob Holland b: 1874 Greene Co. TN d: 1903 IA
................ +Meade Raynor b: 1881 d: 1961 IA
5 Elizabeth Holland b: 1834 Greene Co. TN
............. +Harvey Smith Malone b: 1838 Greene Co. TN Father: Joseph Malone Mother: Jenny Grimes m: January 28, 1861 Greene Co. TN by James E. Pierce J. P.
5 Mary Holland b: 1838 Greene Co. TN
5 Poby Holland b: 1841 Greene Co. TN
5 Anna C. Holland b: 1842
5 Julia Ann Holland b: 1843 Greene Co. TN
............. +Samuel Estep b: Bef. 1842 m: January 14, 1860 Greene Co. TN
5 Louisa Jane Holland b: 1847 Greene Co. TN
............. +Eli T. Ledwell b: Bef. 1847 m: December 21, 1865 Greene Co. TN J. P.: John Crabtree
5 George Holland b: 1853 Greene Co. TN
5 Sarah T. Holland b: 1857 Greene Co. TN

 

1910 United States Federal Census
Census & Voter Lists

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Name: Jamie L Holland 
Birth: 1895 - location
Residence: 1910 - city, Taylor, Iowa


1900 United States Federal Census
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Name: Jennie D Holland 
Birth: date - location
Residence: city, Greene, Tennessee


Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925
Census & Voter Lists

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Name: Jennie Inez Holland
Birth: abt 1895 - location
Residence: 1915 - Taylor, Iowa

 

Elihu H Holland

Born: 1873 at: Tennessee
Married: 25 SEP 1891 at: Greene County, Tennessee
Died: 03 SEP 1920 at: New Market, Iowa - Old Memory Cemetery
Father:William M Holland
Mother:Eliza Jane McNeese
Other Spouses:
PEDIGREE
Wife: Tennie Caroline Hunt

Born: 22 OCT 1874 at: Greene County, Tennessee
Died: 18 FEB 1942 at: New Market, Iowa - Old Memory Cemetery
Father:Washington Hunt
Mother:Marvina ?

 

   +--Andrew Holland  (1803-)
+--William M Holland (18 MAR 1832-22 APR 1880)
| +--Salina Grubbs (1808-)
+--Elihu H Holland (1873-03 SEP 1920)
| | +--Isaiah McNees (1677-AFT 1736)
| | +--William McNees, I (BEF 1736-28 MAY 1808)
| | | +--Lydia ? (-BEF 1736)
| | +--Samuel McNeese (1755-05 JUN 1838)
| | | +--Lydia ? (BEF 1736-)
| | +--Samuel McNeese, II (06 NOV 1804-30 NOV 1881)
| | | | +--Gravener Marsh (BEF 1760-JUL 1832)
| | | +--Lydia Marsh (1775-12 OCT 1845)
| | | +--Elizabeth Oliphant (BEF 1760-)
| +--Eliza Jane McNeese (18 APR 1830-23 NOV 1900)
| | +--Johannes Linebaugh (09 MAR 1674-FEB 1747)
| | +--Frederick Linebaugh (15 JUL 1703-06 FEB 1784)
| | | +--Anna Elizabeth Kliess (02 FEB 1680-25 APR 1765)
| | +--Johann Jacob Linebaugh (02 APR 1740-ABT JUL 1826)
| | | +--Amelia Elizabeth Frey (01 JUL 1719-03 JUN 1783)
| | +--Jacob Linebaugh (20 APR 1774-1851)
| | | | +--Johann Casper Nein (BEF 1725-)
| | | +--Susanna Margaretha Nein (ABT 1740-BEF 1826)
| | | +--Barbara ? (BEF 1725-)
| +--Mary E "Polly" Linebaugh (ABT 1797-BEF MAY 1840)
| +--Barbara Crook (BEF 1783-)
Jennie Inez Holland (JUN 1895-)
| +--Washington Hunt (1837-)
+--Tennie Caroline Hunt (22 OCT 1874-18 FEB 1942)
+--Marvina ? (1844-)

 


M Inez Thigpen
Oct 25 1905
Oct 9 1906
 

John Chapman (son of Daniel Chapman and Charity House) was born Abt. 1793 in ,, NC. He married Rachel Morris on October 25, 1846 in Robertson Co, TN..

 Includes NotesNotes for John Chapman:
It is believed that Rachel Morris is John's second wife.

More About John Chapman and Rachel Morris:
Marriage: October 25, 1846, Robertson Co, TN..

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Dear Wayne,

Thank you for your response. I am familiar with your Benjamin Chapman branch. Have you ever corresponded with a Peggy B. Chapman, Floyd R. Chapman, Pat Vancil, or Judge Nathan E. White? I have corresponded with all of them re: Benjamin Chapman and at least three of them descend from him.

Have you ever seen Mildred Chapman Fail's " Ancestors and Descendants of James Franklin Chapman and Mary Jane Wilson Chapman" compiled about 1978-79? She begins with John b. April 1806, but Peggy Chapman reports to me that some of her work is wrong.

There is no proof but over the years I have seen that the wives of Benjamin might have been a (1) Nancy and (2) Polly Ann.

I'm the corresponding secretary of the Chapman Family Association www.chapmanfamilies.org and will see what can be done about getting the Benjamin Chapman genealogy file updated and posted to our website.

I'll be on the lookout for more on the James Chapman, son of Daniel and Charity House Chapman, that you mentioned.

Thanks again for your response.

.. Gil Alford




Eldon W Chapman <waynechapman28@juno.com> wrote:
I have this information in my family tree but he apparently is not your
James as he died in 1824. This James was in Robertson Co., TN where my
John Chapman, son of Benjamin was born in 1806. Could be a cousin.

This James father was Daniel and his mother Charity House. His siblings
were in order of birth: Mary, Unknown, John, Lyda, Rebecca, (James),
Giles, DanielJr, Thomas, Nancy, and Sally Chapman. I show James born
about 1796 and died at the early age of 28 in 1824.

I copied the following while in Nashville, several years ago.

"James Chapman
Died in 1824 and in a will dated 4 Sep 1824 left beloved brother, Giles,
a 65 acre tract of land, Browns? Fork, Cain Creek. Daniel Chapman was
one of the witnesses to the will. No wife or children are listed in the
will, just Giles. Ref: microfilm, TN State Library. Vol 3 from Robertson
Co. will book. "

 

RICHARD BOWMAN and MARY SENTENEY are:

  i.   ABRAHAM4 BOWMAN, b. circa 1787.
  ii.   CHARITY BOWMAN, b. circa February 11, 1789, Somerset County, New Jersey; d. circa January 15, 1857, Logan County, Illinois; buried: Steenburgen Cemetery; m. (1) J. M. KNIGHT, Bef. 1810; d. Bef. 1810; m. (2) JOHN A. WILSON, June 04, 1810, Warren County, Ohio.
7. iii.   HANNAH BOWMAN, b. May 29, 1791, Hillsborough Township, Somerset County, New Jersey; d. May 08, 1843, Mt. Pulaski, Logan County, Illinois; buried: Steenburgen Cemetery.
8. iv.   GEORGE WILLIAM (WASHINGTON) BOWMAN, b. October 06, 1793, Somerset County, New Jersey; d. October 08, 1873, Sycamore Township, Hamilton County, Ohio: Buried Mt. Carvel Baptist Cemetery.
9. v.   HIRAM BOWMAN, b. July 07, 1796, Somerset County, New Jersey; d. January 30, 1877, Grain Valley, Jackson County, Missouri, Buried Perdee Cemetery.
10. vi.   SARAH BOWMAN, b. May 27, 1799, Kentucky; d. October 09, 1867, Lincoln, Logan Co., IL.; Buried Steenbergen Cemetery, aged 68 years 4 months 1.
11. vii.   EZEKIAL BOWMAN, b. circa 1802, Either Hamilton or Clinton County, Ohio; d. Aft. 1872, Probably, Logan County, Illinois.
12. viii.   JACOB SENTENEY BOWMAN, b. circa 1804, Ohio; d. Bet. 1845 - 1850.
13. ix.   JANE BOWMAN, b. January 06, 1808, Probably, Ohio; d. December 15, 1852, Logan County, IL., -Buried in Steenbergen Cemetery, aged 44 years 11 months 9 d.
  x.   WILLIAM BOWMAN, b. circa 1813, Ohio; m. SUSAN REID; b. circa 1813.

 

Sarah Elizabeth KNAPP


  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 26 APR 1776 in Salisbury,in those days,CT,Amenia NY is now
  • Death: 18 AUG 1850 in Oberlin,Lorrain,OH
  • Note:
    !email From: "Maida Follini" follini (at) ns.sympatico.ca
    Subject: Sarah Elizabeth Hoisington & family
    Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 5:39 PM
    Dear Warren: Thank you for your latest e-mail.
    Just a few comments: "The Oblong" in New York State was a piece of land
    about 10 miles wide, and a hundred or so miles long, extending along the west
    side of Connecticut, which had been given from Connecticut to New York to
    compensate New York for giving up Stamford and Greenwich in the Southeast
    corner (the notch you can see on the map extending towards N.Y. City.) So some
    villages which had been in Connecticut were shifted to New York's jurisdiction.
    According to William H. Hoisington, brother of Sarah E. who went to Oregon,
    their mother repeatedly spoke of Salisbury, Conn. as her birthplace. Salisbury
    is a small village in Connecticut near the New York border, and it may well be
    that Salisbury extended into what is now New York State in the past, and
    possibly the home of the Knapps was variously known as "in Salisbury Ct." and
    "in Amenia, NY", Amenia being a village in the Oblong, on the New York side of
    the border, but close to Salisbury in Conn. This is just speculation, but it
    seems that the Knapp family came from that area near Litchfield County in
    northwest Conn. and near Dutchess county in eastern N. Y. Sarah Elizabeth
    Knapp was born 26 April, 1776, [Bible record and self report - born in the
    year of Independence]and her family moved to Panton, Vermont, where her father
    died 3 December 1790.
    The above information is based partly on Fred Q. Bowman, "John
    Horsington of New England" New England Historic Genealogical Society Register,
    Jan. 1987, and partly on Lyman Draper "Hoisington Papers" MS in State
    Historical Society of Wisconsin, transcribed & edited by M. Follini, pp. 65 &
    68.
    Sarah Elizabeth Knapp who married Job Hoisington was the daughter of Zadock
    Knapp b. c. 1738-1746, died c. 1790 in Panton, Vermont, and his wife Elizabeth
    Turner of New Marlborough, Mass. [Source: Hoisington family papers.]
    Your IGI research adds a few specific dates to this family history.
    Sarah Elizabeth Knapp Hoisington married Asahel Munger, Sr. after Job
    Hoisington's death.
    Asahel Sr., born in Litchfield, Ct., 3 June 1770, died 13 August 1827, in
    Bethlehem, Ohio, where he had a job working on a canal. [Source: Lyman Draper's
    "Hoisington Papers" p. 68, family Bible transcription, and p. 69, Memo from
    Harriet Hoisington Draper and Mary Jane Hoisington, daughters of Sarah Knapp
    Hoisington Munger, to Lyman Draper].
    Sarah Knapp Hoisington Munger died 18 April, 1850, at Oberlin, Ohio.
    [Source: Bible record transcription in Lyman Draper's "Hoisington Papers, p.
    68.]
    The information about Sarah's daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Hoisington Munger,
    comes in part from the Draper "Hoisington Papers" (e.g. the four children dying
    in infancy) but the papers give her 2nd husband's name as Isaac Buxton.
    However, papers found on the Internet of the history of Oregon name Henry
    Buxton as her husband, as do the census records. There is much about Henry
    Buxton on the Oregon history pages - his birth in England, his coming to work
    for the Hudson Bay Co., his emigrating to the Oregon Country at a time when
    England and America were both sending settlers, in order to claim the country.
    He had a son by his first wife, named Henry Jr., and one daughter by Sarah
    Elizabeth Hoisington Munger - named Sarah Elizabeth Buxton.
    Henry and his descendants by his son Henry Jr. were prominent in Forest Grove
    and area.
    You certainly don't need to put all the above on your website, but it is
    interesting that the second Sarah Hoisington Munger was among the first
    settlers, and her daughter Sarah Buxton was born, grew up and married in
    Oregon. A long way from New England!
    Sarah Munger the younger had a brother, Henry Richard Hoisington, who was a
    missionary for many years in Ceylon. She also had a brother, William who was
    an itinerant preacher throughout the west.
    I still have not found out when and where Sarah Munger the younger died - I
    presume in Oregon - She appears in the 1880 census, living alone in Forest
    Grove, age 76, but not thereafter.
    Thank you for the information you have added to my records. Best wishes in
    your exploration of Oregon's early days.
    Maida Barton Follini ;
  • Note:
    !From: "Maida Follini" follini (at) ns.sympatico.ca
    To: "Warren Forsythe (Whitman Mission 1847 genealogies)"
    genealogy117 (at) elltel.net
    Subject: Re: sarah hoisington munger born ca 1815
    Date: Friday, April 15, 2005 12:53 PM
    Warren Forsythe - just to add to your information about my
    great-great-great-aunt, Sarah Elizabeth Hoisington, known as Eliza. She was
    born in Vergennes, Vermont, 12 January, 1804, daughter of Job and Sarah
    Elizabeth (Knapp) Hoisington. In 1811 she moved with her family to Buffalo,
    New York. In December, 1813, her father, Job, was slain by the attacking
    British and Indians in the Battle of Black Rock, near Buffalo. Eliza's
    mother in 1824 married a second husband, Asahel Munger, Sr., a carpenter, a
    widower with 8 children. Eliza married his son, Asahel Munger, Jr., who
    was also a carpenter, on 11 February, 1825, in Lockport, N. Y.
    In 1839, Asahel Jr. felt a call to become a missionary. He and Eliza were
    sponsored, along with Rev. and Mrs. J.F. Griffin, by the North Litchfield
    (Connecticut) Association (church group). Litchfield was the earlier home
    of the Munger family.
    Eliza and Asahel Munger Jr. set out in May 1839 and arrived in September,
    1839 at the Whitman Mission. Asahel was employed by Rev. Whitman in
    designing and helping build the new mission building, and in helping around
    the mission. Eliza helped Mrs. Whitman. On 25 June, 1840, Eliza gave birth
    to a daughter, Mary Jane Munger.
    In spring, 1841, Asahel became mentally ill. The Mungers travelled to the
    Rendevous on the Green River, attempting to meet an American fur caravan in
    order to return to Ohio, but no American caravan came. So the Mungers
    returned to Waillatpo. From thence they went to Salem, where, i December,
    1841, in an excess of religious fervour and despair, Asahel threw himself
    against the forge that he was working at, burning himself severely and dying
    within a short time.
  • Note:
    On 6 April, 1843, in Twality, Eliza Hoisington Munger married Henry Buxton,
    Sr. (not Isaac, as a different source had stated). Henry, Sr., was a noted
    pioneer in the Oregon country, born in England, worked in Canada, who came
    down with Canadian pioneers. He had a son, Henry Jr. by a first wife.
    Eliza and Henry Buxton had one daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Buxton.
    Henry died in 1870. .
  • Note:
    Eliza's older daughter, Mary Jane Munger, married Darius Smith 18 April
    1852, in Washington Co., Oregon Territory. Darius had a land grant in
    Washington County.
    I AM INTERESTED IN ANY INFORMATION ABOUT POSSIBLE DESCENDANTS OF MARY JANE
    AND DARIUS SMITH.
    In the 1870 census, SarahBuxton is listed as living in Forest Grove,
    Washington Co., Oregon, with Mary Smith, both listed as widows. So it seems
    that Darius must have died by then.
  • Note:
    Eliza's younger daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Buxton, married Charles
    Reynolds, married by June 1860. In the 1870 Census for Forest Grove,
    Washington Co., Oregon, Sarah and Charles are listed as having four
    children:
    Celia, William, Laura and Ednia, ages 8, 6, 4 and 2.
    I AM INTERESTED IN FOLLOWING THIS FAMILY.
  • Note:
    The above information comes from various sources: Asahel Munger's diary;
    accounts and letters from the Whitman Mission; census and land grant
    reports; and Hoisington family history.
    If you should locate
    anything further, please let me know!
    Maida
    Barton Follini, a Hoisington researcher..
  • Note:
    !Hoisington or Hossington compilation:
    20 Apr 2005 maida from warren
    copies to the hoisingtonweb person & to people who seemed to most credibly post
    on internet records of this person or her parents and husbands under spelling
    hoisington or hossington or horsington
    --on databases mbwheeler & buchroeder & mozinski & utzing & [mine] whitman
    at http://wc.rootsweb.com
    ----
    I include below the Apr 2005 email of Maida Barton Follini. Note particularly
    her assertion of Sarah hoisington's 2nd husband as a particular Henry Buxton
    (rather than the common assertion of an unidentified "isaac" Buxton ) from the
    records of [present day counties] Washington Co , Oregon at about the time
    Sarah's first husband died in Marion Co. Oregon. And she said she traces that
    particular Henry Buxton back through Canada to records of his birth in England.
  • Note:
    DOCUMENTS listed include
    (1) American Hoisington Family by Harry Hoisington pub. in Los Angeles 1934
    reprinted 1997 by http://higginsonbooks.com
    --page 9 of that book is cited especially
    (2) "The William Hodge Papers" Bufallo [NY] Historical Soc. pub. volume 26 of
    1922
    (3) "John Horsington of New England" NEHGS Register 141: 47
    In addition I read many of the LDS FHL IGI file assertions concerning whether
    any particular individuals named Zadock or Zadoc Knapp and Elizabeth Turner
    were likely to have been the maternal grandparents of the above sarah
    Hoisington or Hossington b. 1804 VT
    ------
    my database whitman at http://wc.rootsweb.com focuses on early Oregon
    Territory, and sarah Elizabeth Hoisington arrived there ca 1838 , a full five
    years before "the first" emigrant wagon train arrived in Oregon. So Sarah
    Elizabeth "eliza" Hoisington b. 1804 Vergennes, Addison, VT was indeed
    exceptionally early in Oregon. She was among the first ten mothers of European
    cultural background (approx #5) to join the many native American mothers living
    in Oregon Territory in 1838.
    ----
    The ancestry of Miss Hoisington is somewhat superfluous to my database whitman
    but I tried to supplement and clean-up the assertions sent to me in the email
    enclosed below by Maida Follini.
    --SO THE FOLLOWING WILL EXPLAIN, if you ever wonder, how and why I modified
    my database away from the exact words sent to me by Maida Follin concerning the
    ancestry and husbands of Sarah eliz hoisington b. 1804 VT :
    (from the email copied below plus the above listed databases plus a tiny
    influence from IGI assertions):
    Sarah Elizabeth Eliza Hoisington born 12 Jan 1804 Vergennes, Addison Co, VT
    daughter of Job [Capt. War of 1812] HOISINGTON or HOSSINGTON apparently born
    1762/1765 Farmington, CT died 30 Dec 1813 in battle of Black Rock in the
    Buffalo NY area. he apparently married 13 Dec 1792 Panton, Addison Co, VT [just
    across Lake Champlain from NY State] The widow remarried 1824 NY [probably near
    Lockport NY] to Asahel Munger Sr. (apparently born 3 June 1770 in Litchfield
    CT--reportedly died in Middlebury VT although not a credible death place
    unkless documented why he'd have backtracked from NY area where he was in 1824,
    or the OH area where hi second wife died?)
    Sarah Elizabeth Knapp was apparently born 1775/1776 probably in Dutchess Co.,
    NY, assertions attribute her birth to the towns of Oblong or Amenia NY, but
    weak documentation on the above databases & IGI doesn't even clearly confirm
    that such a Sarah Knapp of Dutchess Co. NY was for sure the same one who
    married Job Hoisington, so should ask that question rather than much
    distraction as to exact date of place of any Sarah Knapp's birth. However the
    date of her last known childbirth in early 1813 is quite consistent with a
    mother born ca 1775-1776. Sarah Elizabeth Knapp died 1850-1859 in Oberlin,
    Lonan Co. OH.
    Assertions for parents of Sarah Elizabeth Knapp b. ca 1775-1776 NY are much
    less confirmed than the above compilations. I'll compile the following parents
    "at arms length" (not directly asserting these as her parents) assertion of her
    mother as Elizabeth Turner is nearly undocumented but I'll compile a birth abt
    1740 in CT or MA or NY The specific places asserted, apparently without
    documents which definitely pertain to this particular identity, are Norfolk,
    Litchfield Co, CT or New Marlborough, Berkshire Co. MA, or Amenia, Dutchess Co.
    NY.
    Father of the Sarah Knapp born 1775-1776 NY [not really yet comfirmed as mother
    of the miss hoisington b.1804] is usually asserted to be a Zadock Zadoc Knapp
    born 1734-1738 in Norfolk or Danbury, CT and reportedly died 3 Dec 1790 in the
    above Panton, Addison Co, VT on Lake Champlain. The IGI marriage assertions
    seem to be at discrepancy with the other above assertions that Sarah Knapp had
    siblings born as early as 1759. Yet IGI asserts some Zadock or Zadoc Knapp
    married about 1768 Phebe Fairchild in Amenia, Dutchess Co. NY and asserts that
    a similarly named bridgegroom married an Elizabeth Turner abt 1772 possibly in
    same locality or possibly in Oblong, Dutchess, NY.
  • Note:
    !email from Hoisingtonweb (at) yahoo.com sent Apr 2005 by Harriette Jensen
    Hi, Warren.
    I'm attaching the information I have on Sarah Hoisington, Asahel Munger
    and Sarah's second husband Henry Buxton. You may use any of the
    information, but note that I have gathered it from several sources and
    they should be acknowledged. Some of the sources are the same ones
    that Maida used.
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Individual Summary - 15 Apr 2005
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Name:
    Sarah Elizabeth HOISINGTON
    Sex:
    Female
    Father:
    Job HOISINGTON (10 Aug 1762 - 30 Dec 1813)
    Mother:
    Sarah KNAPP (26 Apr 1776 - 18 Apr 1850)
    ----------------------------------------
    Individual Facts
    Birth
    12 Jan 1804
    Vergennes, Addison, VT1
    Misc
    4 May 1839 (age 35)
    traveling on the Oregon Trail
    Residence
    bet 1839-1841 (age 35)
    Waiilatpu, Oregon Territory (now part of WA)
    Residence
    1841 (age 37)
    Salem, Marion, OR
    Residence
    1850 (age 46)
    , Washington, OR
    Residence
    1860 (age 56)
    , Washington, OR
    Residence
    1886 (age 82)
    , , CA
    Death
    aft 1886 (age 82)
    Marriages/Children
    1. Asahel MUNGER
    Marriage
    15 Feb 1825 (age 21)
    Lockport, Niagara, NY2,1
    Children
    Unknown MUNGER ( - )
    Unknown MUNGER ( - )
    Unknown MUNGER ( - )
    Unknown MUNGER ( - )
    Mary Jane MUNGER (25 Jun 1840 - )
    2. Henry BUXTON
    Marriage
    abt 1842/43 (age 38)
    , , OH
    Children
    Sarah BUXTON ( - )
    Notes (Individual)
    Misc:
    The trip took from 4 May 1839 to September 3, 1839.
    Residence:
    In 1850 the Buxton family moved to the beautiful farm near Forest Grove, now
    known as Spring Brook Farm, one of the ideal farming places of the county. The
    father died in1870. (page 238)
    History of the Pacific Northwest
    Oregon and Washington 1889
    Volume II
    http://www.usgennet.org/usa/or/county/union1/1889vol2/volumeIIpage226-246.htm
    Residence:
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    Per email from Maida Follini, citing Lyman Draper letter.
    General:
    From an email from Maida Follini:
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    "Dear Harriette,
    the source of info about Asahel and Eliza (Hoisington) Munger's children is
    the Lyman Draper Hoisington Papers, p. 69 -
    In notes taken from what Lyman was told by his mother Harriet Draper and
    his aunt, Mary Jane Hoisington, Nov. 22, 1867, he writes, "Asahel Munger, Jr.
    and Sarah E. Hoisington were married by Rev. Acatus (?sp?) Kent at Lockport, NY
    Feb 13, 1825. Had five children, all dying young, save Mary Jane, born in
    Oregon in 1841 (actually I think 1840) and Mr. Munger died soon after. She
    [Eliza] married Isaac Buxton [listed as Henry in other sources] have one
    daughter, Sarah, married Mr. Reynolds. had 2 children. Mary Jane married
    Darius Smith - proabably no children living."
    -----------------------------------------
    Notes (Family #1)
    Marriage:
    Marriage was performed by Rev. Aratus Kent in Lockport NY
    ------------------------------------------
    Notes (Family #2)
    Marriage:
    THE STORY OF DR. WILLIAM GEIGER
    (given to S. B. Huston)
    -----------------------------------------------
    http://members.cox.net/lvtree/WilliamGeigerJr.htm
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Griffin and his wife and I came in the immigration of 1839. Mr. and Mrs. Munger
    were in that party. Munger died and Mrs. Munger afterward became Mrs. Henry
    Buxton, Sr. (Buxton was a prominent pioneer of Washington county, Oregon.)
    ====================
    MUNGER, Mrs. Asahel: "Mrs. Elisa Munger" (i.e. a widow) married Henry Buxton
    (see 1841) (note: this is Henry Sr. not Henry T.)
    --------------------------------------------------
    EARLY RECORDS/NAME INDEX
    http://www.usgennet.org/alhnorus/ahorclak/list41.html
    --------------------------------------------------------------------
    Sources
    1. Munger-Hoisington Bible. Located in the Oberlin College Archives.
    2. Hoisington/Munger Bible (1823)transcription in Branches & Twigs Vol 19,No.2;




    Father: Zadock Zadoc KNAPP b: ABT 1734/1738 in Norfolk,either town?,CT,Danbury
    Mother: Elizabeth TURNER b: ABT 1740 in New Marlborough,Berkshire,MA,of there later?

    Marriage 1 Job Hossington War_of_1812 HOISINGTON b: 1762/1765 in Farmington,,CT
    • Married: 13 DEC 1792 in Panton,Addison,NY
    Children
    1. Has Children Sarah Elizabeth Eliza HOISINGTON b: 12 JAN 1804 in Vergennes,Addison,VT,of BuffaloNY1811

    Marriage 2 Asahel Sr. a_carpenter MUNGER b: 3 JUN 1770 in Litchfield,,CT
    • Married: 1824 in Buffalo area,,NY,probably
  •  

         

    Children of SUSAN HOLTZINGER and HENRY FREED are:

          i.    ELIZABETH5 FREED, b. 1823, Hellam Twp. York County Pennsylvania; m. WILLIAM SMITH.

          ii.   MARY A. FREED, b. 1825, Hellam Twp. York County Pennsylvania; m. HARRY SMITH.

    13.   iii.  HENRY W. FREED, b. September 08, 1828, Hellam Twp. York County Pennsylvania; d. August 04, 1899, York Co., PA.

          iv.   DANIEL FREED, b. 1838, Hellam Twp. York County Pennsylvania.

          v.    JOHN H. FREED, b. 1841, Hellam Twp. York County Pennsylvania.

    8.  GEORGE4 HOLTZINGER (JOHN3, BERNHARD2, JACOB1 HOLSINGER) was born July 10, 1802, and died November 1866.  He married (1) ELIZABETH HEINDEL.    He married (2) SUSANNAH STAUFFER. 

    Notes for GEORGE HOLTZINGER:

    HAD ILLEGITIMATE CHILD WITH SARAH SHAMBERGER, DAUGHTER LOUISA, BORN,  OCTOBER 17, 1840. BAPTISED AT CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH OCTOBER 30, 1843.  NOTE SAYS: MOTHER HAS EXAMINED HER LIFE, AND CONFESSED  TRANSLATION OF OLD CHURCH RECORD, KREUTZ CREEK EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN  CHURCH, NEAR HELLAM, YORK COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA, BY GEORGE R. SEIFFERT:  JOHAN GEORGE, SON OF JOHANNES AND BARBARA HOTZINGER, WAS BORN JULY 10,  1802, AND BAPTIZED NOVEMBER 14, 1802; WITNESSES; JOHAN GEORGE AND  ELIZABETH DIETZ.  CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  PA  COUNTY:  York  DIVISION:  Windsor Township  REEL NO:  432-840  PAGE NO:  129a  REFERENCE:  Enumerated on 20 September 1850 by Wm. McCandless 

     

    Pleasant Jefferson Barron married to Eleanor Athens(?)

    Beth  (View posts) Posted: 15 Jan 2003 10:23AM
    Classification: Query
    Surnames: Barron and Athens
    I am looking for a Pleasant Jefferson Barrron who married an Eleanor Athens. Not certain of the spelling of Athens. She was one of 4 girls who moved to Nebraska from Indiana. She should have been born around 1877 or so. Together they had 4 children, Franklin Forrest Barron, Dorothy Barron, Virginia Mae Barron and Paul Jefferson Barron. Can anyone help me out?
    I think Pleasant got his name from his father, who got his name from the area where they lived, Pleasant Oaks, Pulaski, Kentucky. Do you know?
    Thanks!

    Re: Pleasant Jefferson Barron married to Eleanor Athens(?)

    Dorothy Fay Barron-Aldridge  (View posts) Posted: 27 Feb 2003 10:12PM
    Classification: Query

    I am also looking for this family. Forrest Franklin Barron - is my birth father and am looking for my sister - Carole Jean Barron.
    Headstone for Pleasant shows dates of: 1876 to 1927
    Headstone for Nellie A. (wife) shows dates of: 1883 to 1976
    Headstone for Virginia Barron Ballentine shows dates of:
    1920 to 1986
    Pleasant and Nellie are buried in Fairview Cemetery in Scottsbluff, Nebraska
    Not sure about Virginia - someone else gave me pictures of headstones
    At ancestry.com - you can find some info about them in a book - Nebraska: The Land and the People Vol 2
    Nellie's maiden name was Athen
    If you find any info would love to hear from you.
    Thank you
    Fay

    Re: Pleasant Jefferson Barron married to Eleanor Athens(?)

    bbgenealogy1  (View posts) Posted: 28 Feb 2003 1:11PM
    Classification: Query
    Edited: 29 Sep 2006 6:52PM
    Surnames: Barron, Athen
    I sent a message to your email at aol. Please check and let me know your thoughts. Glad to find you!

    Re: Pleasant Jefferson Barron married to Eleanor Athens(?)

    Dorothy Fay Barron-Aldridge`  (View posts) Posted: 28 Feb 2003 9:34PM
    Classification: Query

    I am also looking for info on Pleasant - who is my grandfather
    Am trying to find Forrest's daughter Carol - my sister (parents seperated when I was born)
    Pleasant - 1876 to 1927 - in Fairview Cemetary in Scottsbluff, NE
    Nellie A. Athens-Barron - 1883 - 1976 - in Fairview Cemetary in Scottsbluff, NE
    Virginia Barron Ballentine - 1920 to 1986 - not sure of cemetary as received this info from someone else
    At Ancestry.com - they had an article - Nebraska, The land and the People, Vol 2 - which had info on the family

    Would love to hear from you with any additional info that you may have.

    Thank you
    D. Fay Barron-Aldridge

    Re: Pleasant Jefferson Barron married to Eleanor Athens(?)

    MarkArslan  (View posts) Posted: 28 Oct 2006 10:30PM
    Classification: Query
    Surnames: Barron Shamberger
    Pleasant Jefferson Barron is a son of Pleasant Jefferson Barron and Sarah Jane Shamberger, who were married 18 November 1874 in Nodaway County, Missouri. See my Shamberger web site at http://arslanmb.org/shamberg/shamberg.html. Sarah Jane is #144 in my database.

     

    I'm looking for information on Earnest Linwood Deason's sister, Mattie. I was wondering if you ever heard about her. It's been handed down through the family that she was Indian and adopted.

    Re: Deason

    Verna Markham  (View posts) Posted: 28 Apr 2009 9:40AM
    Classification: Query
    Surnames: Markham/Collins
    Hi, I do not know, I've recently started again research of
    Carroll Markham my gggfather, b1822 TN dLimestone Co.TX.
    His father Anon???
    My ggfather: Jim Markham b1857 d1931
    My gfather: Nimrod Franklin b1896 d1955
    All my relatives from: Limestone, Eastland, Taylor,
    I have also site on Find a Grave.com, which has helped
    alot.Tree at Ancestory: Markham/Collins of Texas
    Email me vdmarkham@yahoo.com

    Re: Deason of Glen Rose

    garrisons86  (View posts) Posted: 30 Aug 2011 9:36PM
    Classification: Query

    i am searching for any info on my grandmother nora ellen deason. she married my grandfather robert edward markham she was suppose to have been born in norris, oklahoma and died in redoak ,okla homa if you have any info please contact me at garrisons86@yahoo.com thank you

    Re: Deason Markham Families

    garrisons86  (View posts) Posted: 30 Aug 2011 9:40PM
    Classification: Query

    i am searching for any info about my grandma nora ellen deason she suppose to have died in 1935 she was married to my grandpa robert edward markham he was a blacksmith he died in 1945 if you have any info please contact me at garrisons86@yahoo.com thank you

     

    My ggf, Minor Jackson Deason, b. Jan 29, 1829, died in 1893 in Texas had connections to Freestone Co. I have been searching for the name of his father for over 30 years. His son, my gf, Earnest Linwood Deason, and the brother of Earnest, Amos Beri Deason, married Claudia Surratt of Glen Rose and the Deason family were in and out of that County. Do you have any connection to them?

    deason of glen rose

    kubby35  (View posts) Posted: 28 Apr 2000 2:25AM GMT

    Edited: 23 Jun 2001 3:06AM GMT

    sorry, I do not have any info on Deason.I do have a search going for an Insley family in Glen Rose...Hood Co....Lucy and Ellen Ensley married Martin brothers from Freestone Co but I haven't run into your surname. Good luck with your search. John Kulbeth, Merced, CA.

    Deason of Glen Rose

    kubby35  (View posts) Posted: 28 Apr 2000 2:49AM GMT

    Edited: 23 Jun 2001 3:06AM GMT

    Oops...just after I sent the first email the surname Deason rang a bell. I do have a Deason family connected to a Markham Family in Limestone Co Texas. In the l880 Limestone Census in the household of Carroll Markham is a William Deason, age 40, born Tenn, parents from Tenn. In a household next door is Martha Deason, age l4 yrs born Tx. She is in household of James H. Markham, brother to Carroll. Carroll Markham found in l850 in Talobusha Co Miss. At this point I don't know the connection btw Markham and Deason but if you feel this is a clue I will do more research. Please let me know. Email me direct at John Kulbeth

    JAMES CARLTON DEASON

    JANE CARLOS DEASON  (View posts) Posted: 10 Nov 2000 11:06AM GMT


    JAMES CARLTON DEASON WAS MY FATHER. HE PAST AWAY IN 1970 AT AGE 63. HIS FATHER ,I NEVER KNEW,BUT HIS MOTHER WAS JANE MULLENS (I BELEAVE I'M CORRECT.THEY LIVED IN WARREN COUNTY MISSISSIPPI IN THE 1950 AND 60'S.
    THEY LIVED ON CLAY STREET IN VICKSBURG,MS.
    IF YOU KNOW ANY OF THESE PEOPLE PLEASE E-MAIL ME. JANE CARLOS DEASON NAIL
    MISSISSIPPI

    Deason Markham Families

    kubby35  (View posts) Posted: 10 Nov 2000 2:06PM GMT

    Edited: 23 Jun 2001 3:06AM GMT

    Jane...I don't have a whole lot of info on the Deason family. I do know the Deasons were related to a Markham family from Noxubee Co Miss....they finally ended up in Limestone Co Texas.

    In the l880 census of Limestone Co Texas in the household of Carroll Markham was William Deason, born l834 in Tenn. Next door in the household of James H. Markham (son of Carroll) was a Martha Deason, born l866 in Texas.

    The Markham family were apparently from Tenn...moved to Alabama, to Miss and then to Texas. You might want to write to Ruby Schmidt, 4204 Mojave Dr., Granbury, Texas 76049 as she is a direct relative to the Markhams and the Deasons. If you email me a kuland177@cs.com I might be able to come up with more information on the Deasons. I am not directly related to the Markhams or Deasons so have not done a whole lot of research. Good Luck and hope I have helped.
    John Kulbeth, Merced, Calif.

    DEASON MARKHAM

    DEASON- (JANE CARLOS DEASON)  (View posts) Posted: 13 Nov 2000 7:48AM GMT


    THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY TO MY ? ON THE DEASON FAMILY. MY GRANDFATHER DEASON CAME FROM GERMANY, BUT DO NOT KNOW WHEN. HE WAS TALL BIG BONE MAN, WITH LIE HAIR AND BLUE EYES. MAMAW DEASON WAS A VERY SMALL FRAME PERSON WITH DARK HAIR AND DARK BLUE EYES. THEY BOTH WERE VERY ARTISTIC.PAPAW DEASON WAS A CABINET MAKER.HE DID LOTS OF HAND CARVED ITEMS. MAMAW MADE TINY DOLL HOUSE ITEMS AND THE ONE I REMEMBER THE MOST WAS A SMALL CHURCH, WHEN YOU LOOKED IN THE DOOR YOU COULD SEE ALL THE LITTE HAND CARVED POUES AND HAND STAINED GLASS WINDOWS,PAPAW PUT ELECT.IN SO IT WOULD LITE UP THE STAIN GLASS WINDOWS.I COULD GO ON AND ON, THEY WERE VERY LOVING AND GENTAL PEOPLE. THESE ARE MY MEMORIES AS A SMALL CHILD. MY DADDY WAS THE OLDEST OF THEIR CHILDREN. THANK YOU AGAIN FOR WHAT YOU TOLD ME AND IF YOU FIND ANYTHING ELSE PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
    GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY, JANE CARLOS DEASON

    about James Carlton's father

    btrmom  (View posts) Posted: 1 Jan 2001 10:38AM GMT

    Edited: 1 Aug 2001 1:05AM GMT

    Jane Carlos, Your father was my uncle and your grandfather was my grandfather. Please email me at BTRMom@aol.com. You did not leave an email address for me to respond to. Please let me hear from you!!
    Cecille

    Re: Markham Family of Freestone Co., Texas

    verna  (View posts) Posted: 8 Sep 2001 8:32PM GMT
    Classification: Query
    Surnames: Markham
    My grand father was Nimrod Frank Markham, I have been searching for his parents,
    Jim and Sera Ann, from our family tree, contact me and will help you as me!!
    Nimrod died the yr I was born; 1955 and is buried in Rising Star, Tx.
    Hope to hear from u soon! Verna "Diane" Markham

    Re: Markham Family of Freestone Co., Texas

    jamesllewellyn28  (View posts) Posted: 23 Mar 2004 7:54PM GMT
    Classification: Query

    hi im looking for my biological father james llewellyn 54 or 55 years old. any information would be great thankyou kelly.

     

    Minor Jackson Deason, b SC 29 Jan 1829.


    Marriage record Lauderdale Co., MS185361Deason, M.J. Shamburger, Sarah


    I did not have much in finding these people on a census. Elizabeth

    -------------- Original message --------------
    From: Mary Nell <desertlily75@adelphia.net>

    > My great grandfatheer, Minor Jackson Deason, b. 1829 in SC, married a Sarah
    > Shamburger in Lauderdale Co. in 1850's. Have wanted more information on this
    > family for years. Does this sound familiar?
    > ---- mslauder-request@rootsweb.com wrote:
    >
    >
    > Today's Topics:
    >
    > 1. Re: Shamburger Family (h_magee@bellsouth.net)
    > 2. LISTOWNER POST - Thanksgiving Dinner (Carol C-H)
    >
    >
    > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > Message: 1
    > Date: 7 Nov 2006 17:44:08 -0700
    > From: h_magee@bellsouth.net
    > Subject: Re: [MSLAUDER] Shamburger Family
    > To: MSLAUDER-L@rootsweb.com
    > Message-ID:
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    >
    > This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.
    >
    > Classification: Query
    >
    > Message Board URL:
    >
    > http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/GJB.2ACE/179.125.2
    >
    > Message Board Post:
    >
    > I am a direct decendant of George Heinrich Shamberger. My great grandfather was
    > John Wesley Shamburger. My grandmother Mamye (his daughter) is 101 years old.
    > All of her other siblings are deceased. Do you have any information on this
    > family? Thanks, Shirley
    >
    >
    >
    > ------------------------------
    >
    > Message: 2
    > Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2006 13:25:16 -0600
    > From: Carol C-H
    > Subject: [MSLAUDER] LISTOWNER POST - Thanksgiving Dinner
    > To: Recipient list suppressed:;
    > Message-ID: <7.0.1.0.2.20061107130933.027bfb08@netdoor.com>
    > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed
    >
    > We will soon be celebrating Thanksgiving. Listmembers, if you could
    > have one of your ancestors with this surname join you for
    > Thanksgiving Dinner, which ancestor would you invite? What questions
    > would you ask him/her?
    >
    > Please send a post to this list telling us about this ancestor - and
    > please remember to include dates and locations.
    >
    >
    > Carol C-H http://www2.netdoor.com/~cch/

       



    Lewis Spinks[1]
    Male 1763 - 1845


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    • Birth  c1763  NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Gender  Male 
      Census  1790  Randolph County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Census  1800  Randolph County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Census  1810  Randolph County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Died  1845  Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
      Person ID  I21181  Moore County Wallaces
      Last Modified  29 Jan 2011 

      Father  Enoch Spinks,   d. Between Mar and May 1772, Guilford County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Mother  Amy Pearce 
      Family ID  F1641  Group Sheet

      Family  Mary Pearce,   b. 1772  [3
      Married  c1785 
      Children 
       1. Raleigh Spinks,   b. 1787, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1860, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
       2. John Spinks,   b. c1789, Randolph County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Dec 1843, Clarke County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location
       3. Martha Spinks,   b. c1791
      >4. Mary Spinks,   b. 20 Jan 1793, Randolph County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jan 1875, Lauderdale County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location
       5. Alexander Spinks,   b. c1795, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1822, Clarke County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location
      >6. Windsor Pierce Spinks,   b. 16 Jul 1797, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 May 1865, Mt. Sterling, Choctaw County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location
      >7. Amy Spinks,   b. c1800,   d. 4 Aug 1841
      >8. Kiziah Spinks,   b. c1802, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Oct 1851, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
      >9. William Lewis Spinks,   b. 1804,   d. 1852, Mobile Bay, AL Find all individuals with events at this location
      >10. Elizabeth Spinks,   b. 1805,   d. 1833
       11. Enoch L. Spinks,   b. 18 Apr 1806,   d. 25 May 1880, Kemper County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
       12. Olive Spinks,   b. 30 Apr 1808,   d. 19 May 1852, Kemper County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location

     

       



    Mary Pearce
    Female 1772 -


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    Kiziah Spinks[1]
    Female 1802 - 1851


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    Gender  Female 
    Died  Oct 1851  Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I04721  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified  28 Jan 2011 

    Father  Lewis Spinks,   b. c1763, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1845, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Mary Pearce,   b. 1772 
    Married  c1785 
    Family ID  F1064  Group Sheet

    Family 1  Elijah Shamburger,   b. 1798, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1840, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Married  9 Dec 1822  Clarke County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Shamburger,   b. 1824,   d. Bef Jun 1859
     2. Emsley A. Shamburger,   b. 1826
     3. Spinks Shamburger,   b. 1828, Copiah County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Sarah Jane Shamburger,   b. 1830
     5. Mary Elizabeth Shamburger,   b. 1831, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef Aug 1859, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. Susan A. Shamburger,   b. 1834

     

    Sarah Jane Shamburger
    Female 1830 -


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    Birth  1830 
    Gender  Female 
    Person ID  I33949  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified  09 Feb 2011 

    Father  Elijah Shamburger,   b. 1798, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1840, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Kiziah Spinks,   b. c1802, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Oct 1851, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  9 Dec 1822  Clarke County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F1656  Group Sheet

    Family  Minor Jackson Deason,   b. 1829,   d. 1893  [1

     

    Minor Jackson Deason
    Male 1829 - 1893


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    Family  Sarah Jane Shamburger,   b. 1830  [1
    Last Modified  09 Feb 2011 

     


    Elijah Shamburger
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    Birth  1798  NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1840  Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I04734  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified  09 Feb 2011 

    Father  John Shamburger,   b. 1768,   d. 12 Jul 1838, Moore County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F10704  Group Sheet

    Family  Kiziah Spinks,   b. c1802, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Oct 1851, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Married  9 Dec 1822  Clarke County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Shamburger,   b. 1824,   d. Bef Jun 1859
     2. Emsley A. Shamburger,   b. 1826
     3. Spinks Shamburger,   b. 1828, Copiah County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Sarah Jane Shamburger,   b. 1830
     5. Mary Elizabeth Shamburger,   b. 1831, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef Aug 1859, Lauderdale County, MS Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. Susan A. Shamburger,   b. 1834

     

    Birth: Oct. 31, 1868
    Henderson County
    Texas, USA
    Death: May 2, 1953
    Oklahoma, USA

    Minor was the son of Minor Jackson Deason & Mary Virginia Knox. He was married to Margaret Delia (Maggie) Miller and they had 4 children: Infant (who died at birth), James, Morris & Millard.
     
     
    Family links: 
     Parents:
      Mary Virginia Knox Deason (1848 - 1927)
     
     Spouse:
      Margaret Delia Miller Deason (1880 - 1960)
     
     Children:
      Infant Deason (1904 - 1904)*
      James DeWitt Deason (1907 - 1955)*
      Morris Homer Deason (1909 - 1923)*
      Millard Angus Deason (1911 - 1982)*
     
    *Calculated relationship
     
    Burial:
    Rogers Cemetery
    Tillman County
    Oklahoma, USA
     
    Maintained by: Peggy Ray
    Originally Created by: Okie Sister

     

    Birth: Feb., 1882
    Texas, USA
    Death: 1935
    Oklahoma, USA

    Cora Deason was the daughter of Minor Jackson Deason and Mary Virginia Knox. She married Melvin Thomas Collier 7 Jul 1897 in Glenrose, Somervell Co., TX. They had 2 children Estal & Floyd.
     
     
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     Parents:
      Mary Virginia Knox Deason (1848 - 1927)
     
     Spouse:
      Melvin Thomas Collier (1877 - 1936)
     
     Children:
      Estal Collier (1899 - 1972)*
      Floyd Collier (1901 - 1981)*
     
    *Calculated relationship
     
    Burial:
    Odessa Cemetery
    Lake Valley
    Washita County
    Oklahoma, USA
     
    Created by: Peggy Ray