Holland, Gary L.

GARY L. HOLLAND - Gary was born October 6, 1951 and passed away July 31, 2004. He fought a long, gallant battle against cancer. He realized he would not be with us much longer and said a better place will be waiting for him. He was employed by Trevor-Boyce in Dayton for over twenty years when he moved to Houston to be near his doctors at M.D.Anderson Cancer Center. He was then employed by Texaco Country Club until he could no longer work. He is survived by his twin sons, Joshua and Thomas Holland, of Bloomington, IN; parents, Tom and Ethel Holland, Houston; brother, Larry Holland and wife Diana of Garland; sisters, Sherry McKeithen and husband Steve of Conroe and Kathy Genung and husband Steve of Sugar Land; and many other relatives. The family will receive friends for visitation from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p. on Monday, August 2, 2004 at Howard-Glendale Funeral Home, 1015 Federal Road, Houston, TX. Services will be at the Howard-Glendale Chapel, Tuesday, August 3, 2004, at 10:00 a.m., with Rev. Dan Danford officiating. Graveside services and interment will be at the family plot in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Columbus, TX at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in his name go to M.D. Anderson Research Center, 1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Houston, TX 77030 or Houston Hospice, 8811 Gaylord, Ste 100, Houston, TX 77024.

Published in the Houston Chronicle on 8/2/2004.

Holland, Larry Lee

Larry Lee Holland, 41, of Columbus, died Tuesday, Oct. 18. 1994, as the result of an automobile accident.

Born April 29, 1953, in Houston, he was the son of Thomas Guy and Elsie Mae (Karstedt) Holland II. Mr. Holland was an employee of Jimmie L. Class Construction Company who had resided in the Columbus area for the past three years. He was a Baptist who had served as a medical technician in the U. S. Army.

Funeral services were held Oct. 21, at Henneke Funeral Home in Columbus with Rev. Sammy Carr officiating. Interment followed in Masonic Cemetery in Weimar.

Serving as pallbearers were Rusty Class, John Alley Jr., Eugene Steinhauser, Brian Semora, Jason Class, Paul Tully, John McDonald and Don Grissom.

Mr. Holland is survived by Carolyn Reste of Columbus; mother and stepfather, Elsie and Lee Kiley of Bernardo; father, Thomas Holland of Eagle Lake and sisters, Mary Semora of Eagle Lake and Barbara Class and Sharon Alley, both of Bernardo.

Colorado County Citizen, October 26, 1994
Transcription by Dennis Boatright

Holland, Mary (Farrar)

Mrs. Mary Holland, Beloved Educator,Dies at 87

Death came to Mrs. Mary Farrar Holland, 87, Friday about 1 p.m. in an Austin hospital. She had been in delicate health for sometime, but developed a virus infection recently which caused her death. She had been in Austin at a rest home and in the hospital since her 87th birthday, Oct 21.

Born in Flat Creek, Tenn., in 1872, she was a daughter of Sam and Delia Bearden Farrar. Mrs. Holland’s parents met at the Battle of Murphreesboro[sic], Tenn., during the War Between the States. Mr. Farrar’s brother had been wounded in the mouth and could eat only soup which was brought to him by Delia Bearden, a nurse for Confederate soldiers. Mr. Farrar fell in love with her and later married her. During the war he wa imprisoned for several months in a federal prison as a Confederate spy.

Marriage in 1900

In 1900, in Huntsville, Ala. Mary Farrar married W. A. Holland. Both were teachers and they came to Texas soon after their wedding, teaching in several Texas towns before coming to Columbus in 1912. Their 2 children were born in Marlin, the daughter, Willie Farrar, in 1903, and the son, Sam in 1905. Willie Farrar died in 1926 and is buried in Columbus.

Mr. Holland was superintendent of the Columbus school until his death in 1924 and Mrs. Holland taught English until that time. She drilled her students thoroughly in Woolley’s Handbook of Composition and gave them Shakespeare for required reading. She always made the classics interesting for her students.

After Mr. Holland’s death, she went to San Antonio where she taught social studies in Sidney Lanier school for 15 years. She later came back to Columbus to live about 12 years before her death.

Book Compiled

After her retirement as a teacher, she compiled and published a humorous book, “Stories That Have Been Told,” using names of many of her friends in the text.

Services were held Sunday afternoon in Columbus Funeral home with W. H. Nichols, pastor of the Broadway Church of Christ in Galveston and former pastor of the local church officiating, assisted by Dr. Norman L. Roberts. Graveside services were conducted by Columbus chapter Order of the Eastern Star. [Interment in Odd Fellows Rest]

Pallbearers were Sam K. Seymour, C. L. Griffith, Kirby Etheridge, Ernest Kearney, T. W. Glithero and J. W. Tolbirt.

Mrs. Holland is survived by her son, Sam, of Tyler and several distant cousins.

Colorado County Citizen, December 24, 1959, page 11B

Holland, Tom L.

TWO COLUMBUS MEN KILLED IN HIGHWAY CRASH LAST SUNDAY

Tom Holland, about 40 years of age, a barber, of Columbus was fatally injured and Charles Tait, 32, also of Columbus, was critically injured in an automobile head-on collision near Missouri City at noon Sunday.

The two were traveling in Tait's Ford car to Houston to witness a baseball game.

According to best information received here, the Columbus car in going around a truck, met head-on with a large car occupied by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mudd and their small child, of Houston.

The Columbus car was badly wrecked in the accident and the Mudd car is said to have turned over three times. Mrs. Mudd, who was also slightly injured in the accident, was taken to the St. Joseph Infirmary in a private car.

A Bader Company ambulance carried the two injured men, then unconscious, to the Herman Hospital, where Holland died about an hour later. He had a fractured skull and internal injuries. Tait later recovered consciousness but died at the hospital between 11 and 12 o'clock Tuesday night.

Mr. Mudd told ambulance drivers for the Bader Company that he, his wife and their 2-year-old daughter were driving along the highway at a speed of about 40 miles an hour. They saw a car parked, half in the highway and half on the shoulder. As they approached the car, Mudd said, another one coming toward them pulled out into the highway at a rapid rate of speed. He said he did not have time to whip his car to the side; that both cars crashed head-on, his car turning over three times. He and his infant daughter were uninjured.

Mr. Holland was a barber by trade and is survived by his wife and two children of Columbus, and his mother, Mrs. Cleo Anderson, the latter of Runge. [Interment in Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery]

The remains of Charlie Tait were shipped to Columbus where the funeral was held.

The unfortunate accident is deplorable, for both young men were splendid citizens and popular throughout the community in which they lived.

Charlie Tait was the son of Mrs. William Tait, and was of one the old families of Colorado county. He was engaged in farming and stock-raising on the Tait plantation. The deaths of these two fine young men is deeply regretted.

Charlie Tait is survived by his mother and two brothers, Elbert and Sam. Sympathy, deep and sincere, is extended the sorrowing members of both families.

Eagle Lake Headlight, September 26, 1931

Tom Holland and Charles Tait Receive Injuries in Crash Near Missouri City Resulting in Death of both

Tom Holland, well-known barber of this city, was fatally hurt in an automobile wreck near Missouri city last Sunday, shortly after noon, and died at Herman hospital in Houston shortly after arriving there.

Charles Tait, owner and driver of Ford tudor in which the two Columbus men were riding, was seriously injured in the head and body and died about eleven o'clock Tuesday night.

The two men were driving to Houston to see the Dixie series ball game. A car stopped on the highway ahead of them and two cars ahead of the Tait car passed the standing car on the right had side. Charles turned to the left to pass the car, and collided with a Dodge car driven by C. L. Mudd of Houston and occupied by his wife and baby. Although the Dodge car was overturned, none of the occupants was seriously hurt.

The Tait car was practically demolished.

Mr. Tom Holland

Funeral services were held for Mr. Tom Holland at the residence of Mrs. Mary Warner at ten o'clock Tuesday morning, Rev. Wm. D. Wyatt of the First Baptist Church officiating. Pallbearers were E. G. Miller, Henry Rau, F. M. Tolbirt, J. A. Daggett, H.I. Townsend and Thomas Glithero. The local Pythian Lodge held its ritualistic service at the grave, Henry Buescher, B. H. Meinert and G. L. B. Cousins officiating in the three speaking parts, and the body laid to rest in Odd Fellows Rest.

Honorary pallbearers were Dr. E. C. Gordon, R. R. Hadden, J. J. Austin, Emil Burger, Chas. Kunze, Raymond Hoffman, H. P. Krause, (La Grange) Bill Timm, (Hallettsville), Joe Stafford, E. E. Irwin, J. J. Everett, Roy Burt, Jimmie Wilson, G. P. Wilburn, Owen Hoegemeyer, Frank Hoegemeyer, Willis Perkins, Johnnie Hastedt, Jr., S. A. Harbert, Harvey Hope, Freeland Glithero, Henry Hurr, E. O. Stapleton, G. H. Miller, W. A. Struss, C. B. Lowrey, S. K. Seymour, Jr., Judge Lester Holt, (Hallettsville) Chas. Bailey, Jim Wooten, Jesse More, Chas. Rau, Jr., J. C. Obenhaus, L. S. Lawrence, E. B. Mayes and Will Hillmer.

Tom Holland was born in Hallettsville, Texas, May 23rd, 1894. He married Miss Birdie Warner on June 26th, 1922. He was a barber by trade, and one of the best in this section. He worked in several different towns and cities, leaving Columbus several times to engage in his trade at other places, but as often returning to the town of his choice. He saw service overseas during the World War and was honorably discharged at the close of it.

He is survived by the heartbroken wife, two young sons, Tom, Jr. and John Ira, and, also, by a mother, Mrs. C. H. Anderson of Runge, and a grandfather, Mr. Tom Brown, to all of whom the sympathy of the entire community is extended.

Mr. Charles Tait

The people of this community were saddened beyond words by the untimely passing of Charles Tait, one of the most highly respected and popular young men of this city. The remains were brought here from Houston on the noon train yesterday, and funeral services held at the St. Anthony Catholic Church at ten o'clock this morning.

Charles Tait was born in this city on October 9th, 1899. He attended school here and attended A. and M. College, returning to take charge of the business affairs of the family after his father's death in 1921. He has been one of the substantial stockmen and farmers of this community, exercising rare business judgment in the direction of the operation of the big ranch, even at a young age.

Charlie had a host of friends over a wide territory.

He is survived by the mother, Mrs. Wm. Tait, and two brothers, Elbert and Sam, both of whom are at home.

They have the sincere sympathy of the entire community.

Colorado Citizen, September 24, 1931
Transcribed by Dennis Boatright

 

Holland, William Allen

To the Memory oif Prof. W. A. Holland

Another friend we loved so well has left a vacant chair;
For Jesus kissed his soul to sleep, Til he wakes 'mid angels, fair,
Not every one who crosses o'er
Leaves a record like our friend;
For he builded well in fruitful soil,
In the souls and hears of men,
We'll miss him sore in years to come,
For God in his wonderous way
Will soohe all anguish, dary all tears,
And we'll met him again some day.

Mrs. A. P. Hinton

Just as the leaves of a dying summer were burning away to gold, red and brown, and falling silently to earth, just when the childrren were turning their eager faces schoolward once more and there was a touch of autumn in the air, the soul of our dear Prof. Holland peacefully and calmly passed away from the storm lashed shores of earth to that beautiful City whose maker and builder is God.

His health began to fail last year during the session of school, and although urged to not do so he continured diligently at his work until after Commencement. Everything that mortals could do was done by a devoted wife, childrfen and loving friends. He was operated upon by skillful physicians, and for a time hope again revived for his recovery, but God in his wisdom knew best and took him home.

He was buried under the auspices of the Masonic Order of which he was a prominent member. Rev. Geo. W. Keeling of the Baptist Church conducted the funeral ceremonies at the home. A long concourse of sorrowing relatives and friend followed him to his last resting place in beautiful Odd Fellows Rest. There he was lowered to his last earthly abode by his brother Masons, the impressive Masonic ceremony being led by C. R. Grobe, Esq. After the completion of the Masonic ceremony the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan advanced bearing with them a beautiful fiery cross of immortelles emblem to bedeck the grave of their brother Knight.

Rev. E.. B. McLaughlin with head uncovered paid a high tribute to the memory of his departed brother and friend. The grave was then covered by a profusion of flowers the token of loving rememberance of hundreds who knew and loved him.

Prof. Holland was a Tennessean by birth, and a Texan by choice. William Allen Holland was born near Pulaski, Tennessee March 15th, 1868. He was the son of a family of nine boys and one girl, six of whom are now living. Dr. E. F Holland, Mulberry, Tennessee, B. E. Holland, Marlin, Texas, R. R. Holland, Orange, Texas, T. P. Holland, Nashville, Tennessee, Carl Holland, New York City, H D. Holland, Orange, Texas all survive him., Bunyon the fourth son was drowned in Elk River (World's Fair). Ira, the sixth son was lost in the San Francisco earthquake. Cora Smith, the only sister died in Nashville, November 14, 1920. Prof Holland was educated at Blanche Academy, The Winchester Normal, and the University of Tennessee.

He first came to Texas in 1895, to Nacogdoches, where he taught school for one year after which he returned to his home in Blanche, Tennessee. In 1897 he came back to Falls County, Texas, teaching at Durango for one year and at McClanahan two years. He then returned to Blanche, Tennesse. He was married in Huntsville, Alabama, Aug. 1st., 1900, to Miss Mary Farrar, whom he loved since childhood. Mr. and Mrs. Holland then came to Marlin, Texas the same year and taught school together at McClanahan for two years. Prof. Holland was next elected principal of the Marlin High School where he taught for four years. In 1905 he was elected Superintendent of the schools in Hearne, Texas, where he taught for six years. In 1912 Prof. Holland was elected Superintendent of the schools of Columbus reaching here July 15 of the same year. Here he lived and labored amongst us the remaining days of his life. He was a member of the Presbyterian church, a Knight Templar, a Shriner, and Exalted Cyclops of the Knights of the Ku Klux Kalan. Prof. Holland was a man of wonderul mind, heart and soul. His life was like a full grown flower, which unfolds in bursting bud and falling leaf. It lingers for a while in sweet perfume of life and service to fade away and bloom again. For the seed he has sown will fruit and flower many long years after he has passed away. He was honored and loved by all who knew him. A devoted wife and a son and daughter survive him, and to these we extend our loving sympathy.

For him the night is done, and it is written that, "joy cometh in the morning."

A. P. Hinton

Colorado Citizen, Thursday, October 2, 1924

Holland, Willie Farrar

BELOVED COLUMBUS GIRL PASSES

Deep sorrow was felt in this city and community at the news which reached here Tuesday evening of the death of Miss Willie Farrar Holland, which occurred in San Antonio at about two o'clock.

The remains were brought here on yesterday evening's train and funeral services held at the First Baptist church, Rev. A.B. Reimann conducting, and interment took place in Odd Fellows Rest.

The school was dismissed yesterday afternoon for the funeral.

Miss Willie Farrar, or "Sissy" as she was lovingly called by our people, was twenty two years of age and had been a sufferer of the dread disease, tuberculosis, for several years. She was born in Hearne and came here with her parents about fourteen years ago. During the thirteen years the family lived here, up to the death of her father, the late W. A. Holand [sic], last year, "Sissy" grew in the hearts of the people, and they were reluctant to let her go.

The sincere sympathy of The Citizen and its readers goes out to the mother and brother in their sorrow.

Colorado Citizen, February 18, 1926


 

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Hough, Fern

MISS FERN HOUGH DIED AT HER HOME IN LISSIE EARLY FRIDAY MORNING

Untimely Death of Popular Girl Graduate of Eagle Lake Hi, Class of 1927, Casts Sorrow Over Entire Community.

Miss Fern Hough, twenty-two years of age, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hough, in Lissie this (Friday) morning a 6 o’clock. For nearly two years Miss Fern has been working In Houston, and was engaged as a Stenographer for W.T. Eldridge, Jr., for some time past. She was taken ill during the first of the week with a severe attack of influenza and other complications. She was brought to her home in Lissie from Houston Monday. Miss Fern was a pretty and attractive girl and was a general favorite with all who knew her, and her death has cast a gloom of sorrow over the entire Lissie community. She attended the Eagle Lake public schools and graduated here with the class of 1927. After her graduation she worked in the grocery department of the Frank Stephens Company store, resigning her position here to take a stenographic course in one of the Houston business colleges. Since completing her business course, she has been employed as stenographer in Houston several months ago having connected herself with the sugar brokerage office under the management of W.T. Eldridge, Jr. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hough of Lissie, five brothers and three sisters, Curtis E. Hough, of Tela, Honduras Central America; Jack, Virgil and Frank, Jr., of Lissie; Mrs. John Kelley of Port Arthur; Mrs. E.H. Causey, and Loraine and Lucille, twins, of Lissie, to whom the Headlight extends its sincerest sympathy in their deep sorrow. Funeral services will be held at the home in Lissie at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Interment will be made in the Lakeside Cemetery at Eagle Lake.

Eagle Lake Headlight; January 3, 1931
Contributed by Patti Hall-Smith

Hough, John Franklin, Jr.

John Franklin Hough Jr., 77, of East Bernard, died Friday, November 11th, 1994 in a Wharton hospital.

Born January 27th, 1917 in Lissie, he was the son of John Franklin Sr. and Maude (Garrett) Hough. A native and life-long resident of the area, Mr. Hough spent his life as a farmer. And in 1947, he married Clara Katharine Graves in Lissie. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Army, where he was attached to the famed 36th Division, and served in Italy, Southern France, Rhineland and Central Europe. He was awarded the EAME Campaign Medal with five Bronze Stars and one Bronze Arrowhead.

Funeral services were held on November 14th at the Chapel of Dulany Funeral Home in Eagle Lake, with Rev. Sandra Kimbrow, Pastor of Lissie United Methodist Church officiating. Interment with military honors followed at Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake under the auspices of the American Legion Post 226 of the East Bernard.

Serving as pallbearers were Thomas Roy Tedder, Darrell Tedder, George Causey, Buck Matthews, Shane Hough and Jerry Crane.

Mr. Hough is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, Charles Edwin Hough of East Bernard, Jack Wayne "Bubba" and Patty Hough of Lissie, Randy Allen and Lisa Hough and Ricky Ray and Suzanne Hough, all of East Bernard; seven grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and loved ones.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, on April 16th, 1990; four brothers and four sisters.

Colorado County Citizen, November 16, 1994
Transcribed by Dennis Boatright

Hough, Ricky Ray

Hough

Mr. Ricky Ray Hough, age 49, of East Bernard, died Wednesday, June 7, 2006, at his residence following a lengthy illness. He was born on June 17, 1956, in Eagle Lake, the son of the late John F. and Clara Graves Hough.

Mr. Hough was a life-time resident of East Bernard. He was a 1974 graduate of East Bernard High School and later attended and graduated from Sam Houston State University with a degree in Agribusiness. On January 15, 1988, he married the former Miss Suzanne Hlozek in East Bernard. Mr. Hough worked in the agriculture industry in the sales department of Boettcher Hlavinka Company. He previously worked for Shoppa's Farm Supply in the East Bernard area. Ricky enjoyed being with his children, hunting and having fun with the Bimbo Cookers and members of the Black Jack Ranch deer camp.

Funeral services were held on Friday June 9, 2006, at 2PM from the chapel of Wharton Funeral Home in Wharton with The Reverend Don Storey officiating. Graveside services followed at Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake.

Survivors include his wife, Suzanne Hough of East Bernard; sons, John Jacob Hough and Jeremy Wade Hough both of East Bernard, brothers Charlie Hough of East Bernard, Jack "Bubba" Hough and wife, Patti of Lissie, and Randy Hough and wife, Lisa of East Bernard.

Pallbearers were Stephen Dybala, Corey Hough, Brady Hough, Cole Hough, Dusty Hough, Eugene Dusek, Bud Graves, and Darryl Kutach.

Honorary Pallbearers were William Dybala, members of the Bimbo Cookers, and the Black Jack Ranch deer camp.

Funeral services were under the direction of the Wharton Funeral Home.

Sympathy is extended to the family in their loss.  

Eagle Lake Headlight, June 15, 2006
Submitted by John Konesheck

Hough, Vera (Marek)

Vera Hough

Vera Hough, 86, of Wharton, passed away Tuesday, January 9 in El Campo.

She was born on May 15, 1920 in Crystal City, Texas.

Vera was a homemaker and was of the Catholic faith.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Edward Henry, Veronika Marek; husband, Virgil Hough; sisters, Vlasta Petrosky, Rosie Marek, Sophie Walkoviak, Louise Brasher, Lillie Thompson and Antonia Hough; brothers, Edward Marek Jr. and Louis Marek; and stepchildren, Mark Hough and Anita Scotka.

Survivors include stepsons, Edward F. Hough and wife, Margel, of East Bernard and Virgil Hough, Jr. of Brazoria; and sister, Annie Pavalat of Austin.

Visitation was held on Thursday,

January 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Eagle Lake Funeral Home Chapel.

Funeral services were held on Friday, January 12 at 10 a.m. at the Parish of the Nativity Church in Eagle Lake with the Father Robert Guerra officiating. Burial followed at Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake. Arrangements were under the direction of Eagle Lake Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were Edward F. Hough II, Garrett Hough, Brady Hough, Cole Hough, Dennis Scotka and Randy Hough.

Honorary pallbearers were Valerie Cheatham, Dr. Nyguen and Dr. Wissinger.

Donations can be given to Hospice Support, Inc. P.O. Box 1417 El Campo, TX 77437.

Sympathy is extended to the family in their loss.

Eagle Lake Headlight, January 18th, 2007
Submitted by John Konesheck

Hough, Virgil Eugene Sr.

Hough

Virgil Eugene Hough Sr., age 73, of Wharton, passed away March 15, at the Gulf Coast Medical Center in Wharton following a brief illness.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 16 from
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Eagle Lake under the direction of Dulany Funeral Home with Rev. Jesse Euresti officiating.

Burial was in the Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake.

Virgil Eugene Hough was born in Lissie August 31, 1914 to John Franklin Hough and Maude Garrett Hough. He lived in Lissie most of his life until moving to the Wharton area a few years ago. He married Vera Marek in Eagle Lake on September 1, 1977 and was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church of Eagle Lake.

Prior to his retirement Mr. Hough farmed rice in our area most all of his life.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Tony Hough, a son Mark Anthony Hough, two sisters and three brothers.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Vera Marek Hough of Wharton; daughter, Anita Scotka of Orange Grove; sons Edward Hough of Wharton and Virgil Hough, Jr. of West Columbia; sisters. Opal Causey of Eagle Lake and Adell Kelly of Groves, brother, Frank Hough of Lissie; five grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives and loved ones.

Colorado County Citizen, March 24, 1988, page 2

 

Howland, Elijah Piggott

ENTERED INTO REST.--Mr. Elijah Pigott Howland departed this life May 12, 1896, at the residence of Mr. J. J. Pinchback, and his remains interred in the Miller burying ground, [Pinchback Cemetery] Rev. H. C. Howard officiating. Mr. Howland was born in Newburne, North Carolina, July 31, 1814. He removed to Texas in 1839, and settled in La Grange, Fayette county, and was for some times sheriff of that county. He was married to Mrs. Eveline Griffin (nee Sinngs) of Fayette couty, on the 19th day of June, 1844. She died March 27, 1860, leaving four children, all of whom are married: viz: Mrs. Alia Pinchback of Columubus, Mr. E. P. Howland of Pettus City, Mrs. Ellie Wright of Columbus and Mr. C. D. Howland of Altair. Mr. Howland;s last days were peaceful. Surrounded by his children and grand-children, he passed to his everlastling rest.

Colorado Citizen, May 21 1896

 Mr. E. P. Howland, a respected citizen of this county, died Monday night at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. John J. Pinchback, south of Columbus, aged 84 yeas. He leaves many relatives and friends throughout the county to mourn his death. [Interment in Pinchback Cemetery]

Weimar Mercury, May 16, 1896, page 5

 

Margaret Dunbar (1420 - 1499)

Born in Berwickshire, Scotland on 1420 to David Dunbar and Mrs David Dunbar. Margaret married Alexander Lindsay and had 4 children. She passed away on 1499 in Crawford, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

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Thomas Hawkins (1618 - 1677)

Born in Virginia, USA on 1618 to Thomas Hawkins and Elizabeth. Thomas married Anne Underwood. Thomas married Mary Lucas and had a child. He passed away on 1677 in Rappahannock, Virginia, USA.

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LSmith5534  (View posts) Posted: 16 Jul 2001 7:47PM
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Seeking information on gggrandmother (b. 10/28/1824, d. 5/27/1893) in Dickson county, Tennessee. Possibly daughter of Abraham Self and Martha Freeman. Married to Ezekiel Norris Parrish on 2/17/1844. Eleven children: Robert Lee, James H., Indiana, America, W.T., M. Spencer, Ellis H., Mary, Abner T., John Daniel, and Martha E. Seeking confirmation of parents and siblings. Any information appreciated.

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Holly Prowant  (View posts) Posted: 21 Oct 2002 12:51PM
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Is it possible your Elizabeth had a sister/other relative named Julie Ann Self who married William L. Dunkin. I don't have years, but I know Julie and William's son Lee was born in 1865.

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Classification: Query
Surnames: Self, Parrish
MARY ELIZABETH7 SELF born 28 Oct 1824 in Dickson County, TN, and died 09 May 1893 in Dickson, TN, married EZEKIEL NORRIS PARRISH on 17 Feb 1843 in Dickson County, TN. He was born 12 Feb 1823 in Dickson, TN died 08 May 1887 in Dickson, TN. Children:
i.JAMES HUELL8 PARRISH, b. 18 Aug 1845, Humphreys, Tennessee, USA; d. 10 Feb 1910, Mcewen, Humphreys, Tennessee, USA.
ii. ABNER P PARRISH, b. 19 Apr 1861, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 09 Jan 1936.
iii. MELVILLE SPENCER PARRISH, b. 14 Jun 1852, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 04 Mar 1942, Texas, USA.
iv. JOHN DANIEL PARRISH, b. 03 Apr 1866, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 05 Oct 1946.
v. INDIANA PARRISH, b. 26 Jan 1847, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. Jan 1892.
vi. ROBERT LEE PARRISH, b. 13 Aug 1864, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 25 Apr 1943.
vii. ELLIS H PARRISH, b. 18 Sep 1854, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 27 Feb 1929.
viii. MARY F PARRISH, b. 19 Jul 1857, Tennessee, USA; d. 08 Jun 1948.
ix. AMERICA J. PARRISH, b. 03 Mar 1849, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 18 Jul 1929.
x. MARTHA E PARRISH, b. 28 Oct 1859.
xi. W T PARRISH, b. 28 Feb 1851.
xii. EDIE PARRISH.
xiii. MARY FRANCES PARRISH, b. 19 Jul 1857, Dickson, Tennessee, USA.
xiv. MARY F PARRISH, b. 19 Jul 1857, Dickson, Tennessee, USA; d. 08 Jun 1948.

 

I have two bits of information on the Ragland family. This is all I have.

Descendants of Steven Ragland Generation No. 1 1. STEVEN1 RAGLAND. He married MARY. Child of STEVEN RAGLAND and MARY is: 2. i. WILLIAM2 RAGLAND. Generation No. 2 2. WILLIAM2 RAGLAND (STEVEN1). He married SARAH AVENT, daughter of WILLIAM AVENT and SARA MASSIE/EY. Children of WILLIAM RAGLAND and SARAH AVENT are: i. ANN3 RAGLAND, b. 1754, Northampton County North Carolina; d. September 1832. ii. JOHN RAGLAND. iii. THOMAS RAGLAND. iv. FREDRICK RAGLAND. v. ELIZABETH RAGLAND. vi. ROBERT RAGLAND. vii. MARY RAGLAND. viii. DINAH RAGLAND. ix. BRIDGET
RAGLAND. x. CELIA RAGLAND. xi. WILLIAM RAGLAND. xii. SARAH RAGLAND.

And

The Duncan's

"1815 Tax list of Chatham Co NC" by Johnson, Memphis Pub Lib 929.3565C493, extract from Elelyn Sigler, has John Nall, Richard Jones, Nathan Nall, John Bray, William Duncan on Bear Creek. It also has William Duncan on Indian Creek. I just don't know if these Williams are the same people or not. Joe and Olive Harris "William Duncan of Scotland, Chatham Co NC, Maury and Marshall Co.'s TN and His Eleven Known Children" believes that they are father and son but didn't find evidence of a son of William named William. The only clue is that William signs as William Senior and another William is in Maury Co TN paying Poll Tax. It also has Levi Perry, John Stinson, and Joshua Tilmon adjacent to William Duncan on Indian Creek. Joseph Tilmon and Ruben Tilmon both show up in Duncan estate settlements in Maury Co TN.

Chatham Co NC deed index M-80 31 Oct 1801, John Nall sells to John Duncan 235a on Indian Creek, line of William Nall and John Nall, witnessed by William Brantly and Mark Brooks. John Duncan is son of William Duncan. John married Margaret Story, 1 Aug 1802 (family bible). Margaret's brother James
married Hanna Self. Hanna's sister, Elizabeth Self, married James Duncan brother of John. Nancy Self, sister of Hanna and Elizabeth, married Richard Brooks.

Richard Brooks is the son of Mark Brooks.

Richard Brooks married Nancy Self, daughter to Parish Self. The Duncan's and the Brooks are in-laws.

Parrish Self, wife Mary Thompson daughter of William Thompson Jr. and Hanna Bell (WFT)
(Hanna's will is in Will Book B pg. 153-154, 1764-1772 Sussex County, VA).
Children: Elizabeth Self married James Duncan son of William Duncan
(Joe and Olive Harris' book)
Hanna Self married James Story (James is brother of Margret Story who married John Duncan)
Nancy Self married Richard Brooks (I believe the marriage date was 16 Jul 1809, Chatham Co NC.
Lititia Self married her 1st cousin James Thompson son of Balaam Thompson(Thompson researcher, also Chatham Co Deed book X pg. 193 28 July 1818 has James Thompson husband of Letitia)
William Self married Sarah Williams 13 Nov 1817 Chatham County, NC. d. 13 Sep 1853 (she made a statement on behalf of Coleman and Elizabeth Ledbetter, Guilford Co 27 Jun 1856).
Garner Self
Thompson Self
Balaam Self married Elizabeth Hart, 1790 Hillsborogh District,
Orange Co NC (Elizabeth is cousin of John Hart who married Sally Duncan who was the sister of James and John Duncan)

William Duncan first married Isabella then Patsy West (a record in 1790 stated that she was his second wife)
William Sr. did have a son named William who married Winney Phillips and had a copy of his
will. He died young and Winney remarried his brother, Joseph.
Children:
William Duncan Jr. married Winney Phillips
James Duncan married Elizabeth Self (Parish's will)
Sarah Sally Duncan married John Hart
John Duncan b. 1 Apr 1773 d. 3 Aug 1853 (both buried at Shilo Cemetery,
Lewisburg TN) married Margaret Story 1 Aug 1802 (family bible)
Miajah Duncan (buried at cemetery on Old Duncan Farm) married Nancy
Robert Duncan
Josiah Duncan b. 19 May 1787 d. 2 Jul 1856 married Nancy Bigham b. 7 Nov 1789 d. 11 May 1833 (both buried at Old Duncan Farm, Lewisburg TN)
Joseph Duncan b. 14 Feb 1790 d. 16 Oct 1844 married Winney Phillips (same as above) buried at Old Duncan Farm
Jacob Duncan and Terrel Duncan are probably brothers also. In-laws could have been Reuben Tilmon, Joseph Tilmon, John Tilmon, James W Record, G W Record, William Rutledge, William Emmerson, W. Rhea. Some of these could have been Robert Duncan's son-in-laws. There is also possibly a Mary b. 1793 Chatham County, NC. died, 1834 Maury County, TN that married Abraham Talley 1810 Chatham Co NC 1810. But this Mary really could have been James and Elizabeth's daughter. There also is a Joab Duncan but I don't know where he fits in.

Chatham Co NC deed index Z-255 10 Dec 1818, Thomas Ragland, surviving adm. of William Brantley Esq. decd. to William Self, Gaines (Garner, Elizabeth Self named a son Garner) Self, Elizabeth wife of James Duncan, Hannah wife of James Hay? ( this is Story), Letitia Thompson widow, Nancy wife of ...husband Brooks (this is Richard), Thompson Self and Balaam Self, children and heirs of Parish Self dec'd, William Brantley sold land to Parish Self, gave bond, purchase money now paid, transfer of land. Witnessed H.D. Bridges.

The name Ragland shows up with Duncan's in Orange Co or Halifax Co.

 

Stephen RAGLAND's father was Evan RAGLAND, mother was Susanna PETTUS,d/o Stephen PETTUS, all of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA. Evan RAGLAND was born in Somerset, England about 1656 (according to others),and died May 30, 1717 according to the register at St. Peter's Parish. Evan and Susanna had children: Catherine, Evan Jr., Thomas, Stephen, and John. For Sarah (MASSEY) AVENT, I have that she was the daughter of Joseph MASSEY of Brunswick Co., VA. My husband descends from William and Sarah's son, Robert,who married ELizabeth STILES, and moved to Meriwether Co., GA. Their son John Stiles "Sandy" RAGLAND, moved to Drew Co., AR. Will be glad to share what I have on this line if you want it.
 

Glenda is the 2g granddaughter of Sarah Ragland (daughter of Benj. and Ann Tucker? Ragland). I will send you, at your E-mail address, a copy of the information that I obained from our LDS Family History Center. While we have all of these names, and the enclosed information, this came from submitted data, not EXTRACTED data, so we need to obtain proof for all of it. If you can be of any help, we would greatly appreciate it. We are willing to share whatever we find, as we obtain it. I hope the descendant chart will be of help to you.


Just to clarify, are you saying your husband descends from William and Sarah Ragland?

I did not have Sarah Massey's father, so that is new information to me, as was the father to Stephen Ragland. Do you have any additional on the Massey family?

Thank you for your help. I do have the Avent family back a ways (to the Romans) if you would like that.

Glenn Longest Bray     Yes, my husband descends from William & Sarah. Sorry I wasn't clear on that. No, I don't have anything further on the MASSEYs. I got her name from an AVENT family researcher. I've been following the AVENT forum's discussion of Thomas AVENT, but I really don't have anything much on that family. Have you seen the discussion of Thomas AVENT and Margaret GOOCH on that forum? I have quite a bit on these later RAGLANDs if you want that, especially from John Stiles RAGLAND forward. You can contact me directly at wgroce@netdoor.com if you want to.


Stephen RAGLAND's father was Evan RAGLAND, mother was Susanna PETTUS,d/o Stephen PETTUS, all of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA. Evan RAGLAND was born in Somerset, England about 1656 (according to others),and died May 30, 1717 according to the register at St. Peter's Parish. Evan and Susanna had children: Catherine, Evan Jr., Thomas, Stephen, and John. For Sarah (MASSEY) AVENT, I have that she was the daughter of Joseph MASSEY of Brunswick Co., VA. My husband descends from William and Sarah's son, Robert,who married ELizabeth STILES, and moved to Meriwether Co., GA. Their son John Stiles "Sandy" RAGLAND, moved to Drew Co., AR. Will be glad to share what I have on this line if you want it.
 

Mary Elizabeth Self, 2 SmartMatches ... 1802 in Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish, LA ... Marriage: 2 APR 1854 in Home of John Self -Sabine Parish, LA ...

THE ISAAC LEON AND JULIA ELIZABETH (SELF) BAILEY FAMILY
OAKDALE, ALLEN PARISH, LA
contributed by Cousin Janice

Isaac L. Bailey Family

Julia Elizabeth Self (1878)daughter of William A. Self (1855) and Mary Bolgiano (1860). She married Isaac Leon Bailey (1873) of Oakdale , La.
Julia (Self) Bailey is a descendant of the William Isaac Self line

Tombstone of Isaac and Julia (Self) Bailey

Tombstone of Isaac L. and Julia E. (Self) Bailey


 

First Generation

1. James Garner Duncan was born in 1770 in North Carolina. He died in 1856 in Franklin Co., AL.

James married Elizabeth Self daughter of Parrish Self and Mary Thompson in 1791 in Chatham Co., NC. Elizabeth was born in 1774 in Gaston Co., NC. She died in 1850 in Franklin Co., AL.

They had the following children:

+ 2 M i. William Howard Duncan was born in 1793. He died in 1884.

3 F ii. Hannah Duncan was born in 1795 in North Carolina.
Hannah married Causley .

4 F iii. Isabella Duncan was born in 1797 in North Carolina.
Isabella married (1) Alexander Robinson in 1819.
Isabella married (2) Farlor T McElroy on 21 Feb 1862.

+ 5 F iv. Nancy Duncan was born in 1799. She died about 1840.

+ 6 F v. Sarah Sally Duncan was born on 3 Jan 1803. She died on 20 May 1885.

+ 7 M vi. Garner Paris Duncan was born on 17 Mar 1804. He died in Feb 1887.

+ 8 M vii. James Garner Duncan Jr was born on 14 Dec 1811. He died on 7 Jan 1873.


Second Generation

2. William Howard Duncan (James Garner) was born in 1793 in North Carolina. He died in 1884 in Marshall Co., TN.

William married Eleanor Nelly Reeves . Eleanor was born in 1800 in North Carolina.

They had the following children:

9 F i. Mary Frances Duncan .

10 F ii. Martha Duncan was born in 1818 in Tennessee.

11 M iii. John G Duncan was born on 15 May 1820 in Maury Co., TN.

12 F iv. Thena Duncan was born in 1820.


13 M v. William Howard Duncan Jr was born in 1830 in Maury Co., TN.

14 F vi. Nancy A W E Duncan was born in 1835.

15 M vii. Newton C Duncan was born in 1836 in Tennessee.

16 F viii. Marine Duncan was born on 1 Jul 1837 in Tennessee.
Marine married J Amos London in 1860. J Amos London was born in 1839.

17 F ix. Sarah J Duncan was born in 1839 in Tennessee.

18 M x. James C Duncan was born in Dec 1844 in Mount Hope, Walker Co., AL.

5. Nancy Duncan (James Garner) was born in 1799 in Chatham Co., NC. She died about 1840 in Alcorn Co., MS. She was buried in Tuscumbia Baptist Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS.

Nancy married William Miller Easley on 1 Jan 1820 in Maury Co., TN. William was born on 19 Jan 1804 in Tennessee. He died on 2 Mar 1886 in Alcorn Co., MS. He was buried in Tuscumbia Baptist Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS. (This is the Duncan daughter I have been corresponding about with an Easley descendant. We have not definitively concluded that Nancy Duncan married William Easley, but are about 98% sure - this is due to transcription of the 1820 marriage record.)

They had the following children:

19 M i. Samuel Franklin Easley .

20 M ii. John Quincy Easley .

+ 21 M iii. L O D Easley was born in 1829.

22 M iv. William Green Easley was born in 1832 in Alabama.

23 F v. Lucinda Easley was born in 1836 in Alabama.

+ 24 M vi. Levi Easley was born in 1838.

25 M vii. Henry Easley was born in Mar 1839. He died in Sep 1839.

6. Sarah Sally Duncan (James Garner) was born on 3 Jan 1803 in Chatham Co., NC. She died on 20 May 1885 in Atkins, Pope County, AR. She was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

Sarah married Thomas Jefferson Wharton I son of Bartlett Wharton and Sally Ellis in 1817 in Georgia. Thomas was born on 11 Aug 1800 in South Carolina. He died on 29 Aug 1894 in Pope Co, AR. He was buried in St. Joe Cemetery, Atkins, Pope Co, AR.

They had the following children:

+ 26 M i. Jeptha H Wharton was born in 1818. He died on 19 Jan 1883.

+ 27 M ii. Bartlett Wharton was born on 12 Dec 1820. He died in 1897.

+ 28 F iii. Charlotte Wharton was born on 12 Dec 1822. She died in Sep 1884.


+ 29 F iv. Lucity Wharton was born on 4 Jul 1824. She died in 1897.

+ 30 F v. Lucinda C Wharton was born on 27 Aug 1826. She died in 1878.

+ 31 F vi. Mary "Polly" Hage Wharton was born on 22 Oct 1828. She died on 17 Sep 1895.

+ 32 M vii. Thomas Jefferson Wharton II was born on 27 Feb 1832. He died on 16 Mar 1908.

+ 33 M viii. John Pauldin Wharton was born on 4 Dec 1833. He died on 29 Jan 1910.

34 M ix. William Wharton was born in 1838 in Cobb Co., GA.

+ 35 F x. Sarah Ann Wharton was born on 15 Sep 1839. She died on 8 Mar 1927.

+ 36 F xi. Susan Annette Wharton was born on 4 May 1842. She died on 14 Jul 1928.

+ 37 F xii. Nancy Jane Wharton was born on 29 Aug 1844. She died on 20 Nov 1930.

7. Garner Paris Duncan (James Garner) was born on 17 Mar 1804 in North Carolina. He died in Feb 1887 in Saints, Colbert Co., AL.

Garner married Lydia Clements . Lydia was born in 1813 in North Carolina. She died on 18 Jan 1871 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscallosa Co., AL.

They had the following children:

38 F i. Elizabeth Duncan was born in 1830 in North Carolina.

+ 39 M ii. William H Duncan was born in 1832. He died in 1907.

40 M iii. James S Duncan was born in 1833 in Alabama.

41 M iv. Henry Duncan was born in 1835 in Alabama.

+ 42 F v. Martha "Mattie" Duncan was born in 1837. She died about 1913.

43 F vi. Vina Duncan was born in 1839 in Alabama.

44 F vii. Sarah Duncan was born in 1842 in Alabama.

45 F viii. Emaline Duncan was born in 1846 in Alabama.

46 F ix. Alabama Duncan was born in 1849 in Franklin Co., AL.

47 F x. Margaret Duncan was born in 1853 in Franklin Co., AL.

8. James Garner Duncan Jr (James Garner) was born on 14 Dec 1811 in North Carolina. He died on 7 Jan 1873 in Monroe Co., IN. He was buried in Clover Hill Cemetery, Harrodsburg, Monroe Co., IN.

James married Mary L Jordan in 1838 in North Carolina. Mary was born in 1821 in North Carolina.

They had the following children:

48 M i. Martin V Duncan was born on 15 Sep 1837 in Monroe Co., IN. He died on 24 Apr 1913 in Springdale, Washington Co., AR. He was buried in Sonora Cemetery, Sonora, Washington Co., AR.
Martin married Harriet A "Hattie" Knapp daughter of James D Knapp and Sarah Harris on 1 Jun 1863 in Greene Co., IN. Harriet was born on 10 Jan 1839 in Mt Carmel, Wabash Co., IL. She died on 8 Jun 1929 in Leroy, McLean Co., IL. She was buried in Springdale, Washington Co., AR.

49 F ii. Elizabeth Duncan was born in 1841 in Monroe Co., IN.

50 F iii. Mariam Duncan was born on 21 Aug 1844 in Monroe Co., IN. She died on 31 Dec 1928.
Mariam married Samuel Smallwood on 5 Mar 1871 in Greene Co., IN.

+ 51 M iv. Zebulon James Duncan was born in 1847. He died on 12 Sep 1872.

52 M v. Ezekiel Duncan was born in 1856 in Indiana. He died on 29 Aug 1918 in Dugger, Sullivan Co., IN.
Ezekiel married Louisa J Mitchell on 3 May 1874 in Greene Co., IN.

+ 53 F vi. Caroline Hunley "Carrie" Duncan was born on 8 Nov 1859. She died on 20 Jun 1934.


Third Generation

21. L O D Easley (Nancy Duncan, James Garner) was born in 1829 in Alabama.

L O D Easley married (1) Unknown .

They had the following children:

54 M i. Newton Easley was born in 1848 in Mississippi.
Newton married Levina P Nichols in 1875 in Mississippi. Levina was born in 1853 in Mississippi.


L O D Easley married (2) Mary A MNU . Mary was born in 1839 in Tennessee.

They had the following children:

55 M ii. William I Easley was born in 1857 in Mississippi.

56 M iii. John Easley was born in 1859 in Kentucky.

57 M iv. Newton C Easley was born in 1861 in Tennessee.

58 M v. Emcial Easley was born on 31 Jan 1866 in Tennessee. He died on 7 Mar 1939 in Chewalla, McNairy Co., TN. The cause of death was cancer, per death certificate. He was buried on 8 Mar 1939 in Tuscumbia Baptist Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS.

Emcial married Tempie Anne Dickson daughter of J M Dickson and Anne Hendrix in 1888. Tempie was born on 10 Feb 1867 in McNairy Co., TN. She died on 27 Jan 1943 in Ramer, McNairy Co., TN. She was buried in Tuscumbia Baptist Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS.

24. Levi Easley (Nancy Duncan, James Garner) was born in 1838 in Alabama.

Levi married Olivia F MNU . Olivia was born in 1841 in Alabama.

They had the following children:

59 M i. Edward Easley was born in 1880 in Texas.
Edward married Unknown .

60 F ii. Lenora B Easley was born in 1866 in Tennessee.

61 M iii. William H Easley was born in 1870 in Tennessee.

62 M iv. John F Easley was born in 1872 in Texas.

63 M v. Bedford Forrest Easley was born on 19 Jul 1874 in Texas. He died on 31 Jan 1962 in Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Bedford married Madge Frances Turpin . Madge was born on 1 Dec 1885. She died on 11 Feb 1943 in Maricopa Co., AZ. She was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

64 M vi. Levi Easley was born in 1880 in Texas.

26. Jeptha H Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born in 1818 in Georgia. He died on 19 Jan 1883 in Navarro Co., TX.

Jeptha married Frances Harris on 19 Apr 1843 in Muscogee Co., GA. Frances was born in 1815 in Georgia.

They had the following children:

65 M i. James T Wharton was born on 16 May 1846 in Marion Co., GA.
James married Martha Mattie S MNU in 1866 in Georgia. Martha was born in Nov 1846 in Georgia.

66 F ii. Mary Ann Wharton was born in 1847 in Marion Co., GA.

67 M iii. William Robert Wharton was born on 12 Apr 1850 in Marion Co., GA. He died on 13 Jan 1884 in Texas.

William married Sarah Jane "Sallie" Barr . Sarah was born in 1842 in Georgia. She died on 13 Feb 1879 in Texas.

68 M iv. Jeptha H Wharton was born in 1852 in Georgia.

69 F v. Frances Wharton was born in 1855 in Georgia.

70 F vi. Nancy Wharton was born in 1857 in Georgia.

71 M vii. Thomas P Wharton was born in Mar 1860 in Stewart Co., GA.

72 F viii. Martha "Mattie" R Wharton was born in 1862 in Georgia.

73 F ix. Caroline Wharton was born on 18 Aug 1864 in Georgia.

74 F x. Delilah M Wharton was born in 1866 in Georgia.

27. Bartlett Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 12 Dec 1820 in Georgia. He died in 1897.

Bartlett married (1) Mary Susan "Sookie" Bentley on 23 Dec 1841 in Benton Co., AL. Mary was born in 1820 in Oglethorpe County, GA. She died before 1864.

They had the following children:

75 F i. Elizabeth Wharton was born in 1846 in Alabama.

76 M ii. James Wharton was born in 1848 in Alabama.

77 F iii. Martha Wharton was born in 1851 in Alabama.

78 M iv. Thomas Wharton was born in 1852 in Alabama.

79 M v. John Wharton was born in 1853 in Alabama.

80 F vi. Charlotta L Wharton was born in 1856 in Alabama.

81 M vii. Andrew L Wharton was born in 1860 in Calhoun Co., AL.


Bartlett married (2) Mary S Davidson on 29 Aug 1864 in Benton Co., AL. Mary was born in 1840 in Georgia.

They had the following children:

82 F viii. Frances B Wharton was born in 1866 in Alabama.

83 M ix. William Wharton was born in 1868 in Alabama.

84 M x. Harrison A Wharton was born in 1870 in Alabama.

85 M xi. Jesse E O Wharton was born in 1873 in Alabama.

86 F xii. Rachel A F Wharton was born in 1875 in Alabama.

87 M xiii. Richard G Wharton was born in 1877 in Alabama. He died in 1908.

28. Charlotte Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 12 Dec 1822 in Georgia. She died in Sep 1884 in St Clair Co., AL. She was buried in Bowman Cemetery, St Clair Co., AL.

Charlotte married Zacariah Taylor Bowman son of Drewry M Bowman Jr and Frances Ann Mullins. Zacariah was born in 1822 in Georgia. He died in 1880 in St Clair Co., AL. He was buried in Bowman Cemetery, St Clair Co., AL.

They had the following children:

88 F i. Delilah P Bowman was born in 1844 in Alabama. She died in 1880.

89 M ii. Drewery Thomas Bowman was born in 1846 in Alabama.

90 F iii. Sarah E Bowman was born in 1848 in Alabama.
Sarah married Thomas J Bentley . Thomas was born in 1853 in Alabama.

91 M iv. Zachariah Taylor Bowman Jr was born in 1850 in Alabama. He died on 10 Nov 1927 in St Clair Co., AL. He was buried in Bowman Cemetery, St Clair Co., AL.
Zachariah married Mary F MNU . Mary was born in 1854. She died in 1932 in St Clair Co., AL. She was buried in Bowman Cemetery, St Clair Co., AL.

92 M v. Peter V Bowman was born in 1851 in Alabama.

93 M vi. John C Bowman was born in 1853 in Alabama.
John married (1) Tabitha E Evans in 1871.
John married (2) Sarah E Bell . Sarah was born in 1855 in Alabama.

94 M vii. Cicero W Bowman was born in 1854 in St Clair Co., AL. He died on 21 Nov 1917 in Jefferson Co., AL.

95 F viii. Susan Bowman was born in 1856 in Alabama.

96 M ix. Benjamin F Bowman was born in 1858 in St Clair Co., AL. He died in 1918 in St Clair Co., AL. He was buried in Bowman Cemetery, St Clair Co., AL.

Benjamin married Minnie MNU . Minnie was born in 1869. She died in 1955 in St Clair Co., AL. She was buried in Bowman Cemetery, St Clair Co., AL.

97 M x. Joseph A Bowman was born in 1863 in Alabama.

29. Lucity Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 4 Jul 1824. She died in 1897.

Lucity married (1) Peter F Bowman on 15 Dec 1843 in Carroll County, GA. Peter was born in 1809 in South Carolina. He died before 1870 in Prob St. Clair Co., AL.

They had the following children:

98 F i. Emily M Bowman was born in 1845.

Lucity married (2) John B Mize on 28 Sep 1865 in St Clair Co., AL. John was born in 1800 in Georgia. He died before 1880.

They had the following children:

99 M ii. John L Mize was born in 1862 in St Clair Co., AL.

30. Lucinda C Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 27 Aug 1826 in North Carolina. She died in 1878 in Jefferson Co., AL.

Lucinda married William Bullock . William was born in 1827 in Georgia. He died in 1868 in Jefferson Co., AL.

They had the following children:

100 M i. Reuben Thomas Bullock was born on 14 Feb 1849 in Alabama. He died on 28 Mar 1923 in Arkansas Co., AR. He was buried in Van Camp Cemetery, Arkansas Co., AR.

Reuben married Hannah O'Dell in 1870. Hannah was born on 10 Apr 1850 in Tennessee. She died on 1 Mar 1923 in Arkansas Co., AR. She was buried in Van Camp Cemetery, Arkansas Co., AR.

101 F ii. Delilah Jane Bullock was born in 1851 in Alabama.

102 F iii. Sarah F Bullock was born in 1853 in Alabama.

103 M iv. William Jackson Bullock was born in 1855 in Alabama. He died in 1889 in Arkansas City, Desha Co., AR.

104 M v. John Bullock was born in 1857 in Alabama.

105 F vi. Lucinda C Bullock was born in 1868 in Alabama.

31. Mary "Polly" Hage Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 22 Oct 1828 in Chatham Co., NC. She died on 17 Sep 1895 in Pope Co., AR.

Mary married Benjamin Franklin Baker on 29 Jan 1846 in Calhoun Co., AL. Benjamin was born on 1 Jan 1825 in Tennessee. He died on 19 May 1923 in Hector, Pope Co., AR. He was buried in Rock Springs Cemetery, Hector, Pope Co., AR.

They had the following children:

106 M i. William T Baker was born in 1848 in Alabama.

107 F ii. Lucinda Jane Baker was born on 25 Sep 1849 in Benton Co., AL.

108 M iii. Jesse Zachary Baker was born on 15 Dec 1858 in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL. He died on 18 Apr 1931 in Cheyenne, Laramie Co., WY.
Jesse married Martha Jane Martin on 28 Aug 1881 in Pope Co., AR. Martha was born in 1861 in Alabama. She died in 1918.


109 F iv. Arinda E Baker was born in 1863 in Alabama.

110 F v. Lavina A Baker was born in 1865 in Alabama.

111 F vi. Nancy Ann "Nannie" Baker was born in 1868 in Tennessee. She died in 1930 in Pope Co., AR.

32. Thomas Jefferson Wharton II (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 27 Feb 1832 in Alta Vista, Gainesville Co., Georgia. He died on 16 Mar 1908 in Pope County, AR. He was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

Thomas married Rutha Evaline Coleman daughter of John Henry Harrison Coleman and Cynthia Cochran on 26 Jul 1855 in St Clair Co., AL. Rutha was born on 1 Oct 1837 in Carroll Co., Georgia. She died on 19 May 1911 in Pope Co., AR. She was buried in St. Joe Cemetery, Atkins Arkansas.

They had the following children:

112 F i. Martha Wharton was born in 1857 in Alabama.

113 M ii. William B Wharton was born in 1858 in Alabama. He died before 1860 in St Clair Co., AL.

114 F iii. Mary Mathilda Wharton was born on 5 Oct 1859 in Anderson, Etowah Co., AL. She died on 26 May 1938 in Pope County AR. She was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

Mary married George Washington Burris Sr son of James Littleton Burris and Elizabeth Adeline Ashmore on 7 Oct 1877 in Pope County Ar. George was born on 18 Jan 1856 in Isabell Creek, Pope Co, AR. He died on 10 Mar 1929 in Pope County AR. He was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

115 F iv. Margaret Malinda Wharton was born on 14 Jan 1862 in Huntsville, Madison County, AL. She died on 14 Aug 1927 in Russellville, Pope County, AR. She was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Russellville, Pope Co., AR.

Margaret married Jefferson William "Jeff" Burris son of James Littleton Burris and Elizabeth Adeline Ashmore on 13 Mar 1881 in Pope County, AR. Jefferson was born on 13 Mar 1860 in Pope Co., AR. He died on 15 Jan 1941 in Pope County, AR. He was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Russellville, Pope Co., AR.

116 M v. Robert L Wharton was born in 1864 in Alabama. He died before 1870.

117 F vi. Sara Texana Wharton was born in 1865 in Alabama. She died in 1889 in Pope County, AR. She was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.
Sara married Owens . Owens was born in Arkansas.

118 M vii. John William Wharton was born on 21 May 1868 in Mississippi. He died on 29 Aug 1910 in Pope Co., AR. He was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

John married Josephine "Josie" Baker on 25 Dec 1889 in Pope Co., AR. Josephine was born in Jan 1872 in Tennessee.

119 F viii. Cora Innis Wharton was born in Apr 1869 in Mississippi. She died in 1902 in Pope Co., AR. She was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.
Cora married John Thomas Ennis son of John N Ennis and Martha Jane Owens on 12 Sep 1884 in Pope Co., AR. John was born in May 1863 in Pope Co., AR. He died in 1900 in Pope Co., AR. He was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

120 M ix. Benjamin Edward Wharton was born on 31 Dec 1871. He died on 2 Apr 1946 in Contra Costa, CA. He was buried in Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Contra Costa, CA.

Benjamin married Mary Frances "Fannie" Hall daughter of Hall and Kearns on 10 Dec 1893 in Pope Co., AR. Mary was born on 19 Oct 1874 in Nebraska. She died on 3 Dec 1962 in Contra Costa Co., CA.

33. John Pauldin Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 4 Dec 1833 in Atlanta, Cobb County, Georgia. He died on 29 Jan 1910 in Stephens County, OK. He was buried in Hope Cemetery, Marlowe, Stephens Co., OK.

John married Sarah Emaline Cochran daughter of John W Cochran and Unknown on 7 Aug 1856 in St. Clair County, AL. Sarah was born on 28 Jul 1833 in Georgia. She died on 22 Jul 1906 in Stephens County, OK. She was buried in Hope Cemetery, Marlowe, Stephens Co., OK.

They had the following children:

121 F i. Maria Isabelle Wharton was born on 10 Aug 1853 in Springfield, St. Charles County, AL. She died on 20 Oct 1939 in Mountain View, Kiowa County, OK. She was buried in Mountain View Cem, Mountain View, Kiowa Co., OK.

Maria married William Andrew "Bill" Burris son of James Littleton Burris and Elizabeth Adeline Ashmore on 10 Mar 1878 in Pope County, AR. William was born on 13 Oct 1853 in Pope Co., AR. He died on 20 Nov 1943 in Mountain View, Kiowa County, OK. He was buried in Mountain View Cem, Mountain View, Kiowa Co., OK.

122 M ii. William Bartley Wharton was born on 27 Jul 1857 in St Clair Co., AL. He died on 25 Dec 1920 in Norman, Cleveland Co, Oklahoma. The cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage. He was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Norman, Celeveland Co, OK.

William married Mary Alice Stiles daughter of Samuel Mathew Stiles and Mary Emeline Byrum in 1881 in Clarksville, Johnson Co., AR. Mary was born on 14 Jul 1862 in Clarksville, Johnson Co., AR. She died on 9 May 1930 in Norman, Cleveland Co., OK. She was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Norman, Cleveland Co, OK.

123 M iii. Robert Lee Wharton was born in 1863 in Alabama. He died in 1925 in Duncan, Stephens Co., OK.
Robert married Margaret E Stiles daughter of Samuel Mathew Stiles and Mary Emeline Byrum on 23 Jul 1882 in Pope Co., AR. Margaret was born on 16 Aug 1865 in Arkansas . She died on 16 Nov 1957 in Duncan, Stephens Co., OK.

124 F iv. Laura Wharton was born in 1866. She died before 1880.

35. Sarah Ann Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 15 Sep 1839 in Cobb County, GA. She died on 8 Mar 1927 in Mesa, Maricopa County, AZ. The cause of death was senility, inactivity (illeg) and general weakness, per death certificate. She was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Sarah married Phillip Marion Coleman son of John Henry Harrison Coleman and Cynthia Cochran on 29 Nov 1868 in Springville, St Clair Co., AL. Phillip was born on 17 Oct 1841 in Georgia. He died on 2 Jan 1923 in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried on 3 Jan 1923 in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

They had the following children:

125 F i. Maggie Emma Coleman was born in 1869. She died in 1934.

126 M ii. John Thomas Coleman was born on 22 Jan 1870 in Montogomery, Montogmery Co., AL. He died on 12 Aug 1938 in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ. The cause of death was congestive heart failure, per death certificate. He was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa, Co., AZ.

John married Annie Laurie Phelps on 29 Nov 1892 in Maricopa Co., AZ. Annie was born on 22 May 1874. She died on 8 Aug 1917 in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ. She was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa, Co., AZ.

127 M iii. Hyrum Coleman was born on 12 Feb 1872 in Springville, St Clair Co., AL. He died on 12 Feb 1872 in Springville, St Clair Co., AL.

128 M iv. Mabry Thaddeus Coleman was born on 17 Jun 1873 in Alabama. He died on 20 Feb 1901 in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

129 F v. Kitty Simpson Coleman was born on 17 Oct 1875 in Springville, St Clair Co., AL. She died on 31 Jul 1877 in Springville, St Clair Co., AL.

130 F vi. Minnie Florence Coleman was born on 30 May 1878 in St Clair Co., AL. She died on 6 Jul 1888 in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ. She was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa, Co., AZ.

131 vii. Unnamed Children Coleman died in Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ. Unnamed was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa, Co., AZ.

36. Susan Annette Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 4 May 1842 in St Clair Co., AL. She died on 14 Jul 1928 in Atkins, Pope Co., AR. She was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

Susan married (1) Jesse OBarr on 19 Nov 1857. Jesse was born in 1826 in Hall Co., GA. He died on 7 Mar 1869 in Houston, Chickasaw Co., MS.

They had the following children:

132 F i. Missouri OBarr was born in 1860. She died in 1888.
Missouri married William E Pollard about 1880 in St Clair Co., AL. William was born in 1862 in Georgia. He died in 1900.

133 M ii. Augustus Barto OBarr was born on 25 Dec 1862 in Alabama. He died on 6 Mar 1910 in Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Augustus married (1) Unknown .
Augustus married (2) Lola Lollie M Peppers on 18 Dec 1890 in Sebastian Co., AR. Lola was born on 26 Nov 1874 in Missouri. She died on 7 Aug 1969 in Maricopa Co., AZ. She was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

134 M iii. Camiel Duncan OBarr was born in 1864. He died in 1868.

135 F iv. Ica Dora OBarr was born on 24 Aug 1868 in St Clair Co., AL. She died on 24 Oct 1884.


Susan married (2) John Wesley Johnson in 1874. John was born on 1 Aug 1846 in Macon, Bibb Co., GA. He died on 24 Dec 1923 in Pope Co., AR. He was buried in St Joe Cemetery, Pope Co., AR.

They had the following children:

136 F v. Beulah B Johnson was born in 1875. She died in 1944.

137 F vi. Nancy Laverne Johnson was born in 1877. She died in 1969.

138 M vii. Joseph Lonzo Johnson was born on 30 Jul 1877 in Alabama. He died on 14 Jul 1923.
Joseph married Rosa M MNU in 1906 in Pope Co., AR. Rosa was born in 1888 in Arkansas.

37. Nancy Jane Wharton (Sarah Sally Duncan, James Garner) was born on 29 Aug 1844 in Cleburne Co., Alabama. She died on 20 Nov 1930 in Tempe, Maricopa Co., AZ. She was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Nancy married John Newton McBrayer on 1 Nov 1866 in St Clair Co., AL. John was born on 5 Mar 1837 in Jefferson Co., AL. He died on 15 Dec 1909 in Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

They had the following children:

139 M i. William D McBrayer was born in Oct 1867 in St Clair Co., AL. He died in 1933 in Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried in City of Mesa Cemetery, Mesa, Maricopa Co., AZ.

140 F ii. Mary McBrayer .

141 F iii. Ida A McBrayer was born in 1872 in St Clair Co., AL.

142 F iv. Ollie Ines McBrayer was born on 27 Aug 1875 in St Clair Co., AL. She died on 22 Nov 1911 in Bisbee, Cochise Co., AZ. She was buried in Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe, Maricopa Co., AZ.

Ollie married Carl Carlson . Carl was born on 18 May 1872 in Sweden. He died on 24 Nov 1950 in Maricopa Co., AZ. He was buried in Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe, Maricopa Co., AZ.

143 F v. Laura McBrayer was born in Oct 1877 in St Clair Co., AL.
Laura married Dixon in 1894.

144 M vi. John Newton McBrayer Jr was born in Sep 1880 in St Clair Co., AL.

145 M vii. (Phillip C) Maroni McBrayer was born in Oct 1883 in St Clair Co., AL.

146 F viii. Sarah Jane Rosalvia McBrayer was born in Mar 1886 in St Clair Co., AL.
Sarah married Thomas F Arline in 1912 in Maricopa Co., AZ. Thomas was born in 1883 in Florida.

39. William H Duncan (Garner Paris, James Garner) was born in 1832 in North Carolina. He died in 1907 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK. He was buried in Shoat Springs Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.

William married (1) Mary R Ross . Mary was born in 1840 in Alabama. She died before 1877.

They had the following children:

147 M i. James Duncan was born in 1862 in Colbert Co., AL.
James married Mary A MNU . Mary was born in 1867 in Alabama.

148 F ii. Martha Ann Duncan was born in 1864 in Colbert Co., AL.

149 F iii. Mary Frances "Fannie" Duncan was born in 1866 in Colbert Co., AL.

150 M iv. Arthur C Duncan was born in 1868 in Colbert Co., AL.

151 M v. John A Duncan was born in 1869 in Colbert Co., AL.

152 M vi. William Wesley Duncan was born on 24 Oct 1870 in Colbert Co., AL. He died on 28 Feb 1927 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK. He was buried in Shoat Springs Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.

William married Odie Pearl Hurst . Odie died in 1932 in Tipton, Tillman Co., OK.

153 F vii. Virginia Paralee Duncan was born on 16 Feb 1873 in Colbert Co., AL. She died on 30 Apr 1926 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK. She was buried in Shoat Springs Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.

Virginia married Charles G Williams . Charles was born on 18 May 1870. He died on 26 Apr 1938 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK. He was buried in Shoat Springs Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.


William married (2) Mary Angeline Snow in 1878 in Colbert Co., AL. Mary was born in 1849 in North Carolina.

They had the following children:

154 F viii. Lydia Irene "Lillie" Duncan was born on 16 Sep 1884 in Colbert Co., AL.

Lydia married George E Baty in 1902. George was born on 9 Mar 1878 in Lockesburg, Sevier Co., AR. He died on 15 Aug 1948 in Alameda Co., CA.

155 M ix. Edgar Eli Duncan was born on 9 Jul 1885 in Colbert Co., AL. He died on 17 Feb 1965 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK. He was buried in Shoat Springs Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.

Edgar married Mary Tokenny Richards on 15 Mar 1909 in Choctaw Co., OK. Mary was born on 9 Jul 1892. She died on 3 Oct 1977 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK. She was buried in Shoat Springs Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.

156 F x. Maggie R Duncan was born in Jul 1890 in Colbert Co., AL. She died in May 1944 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK.

Maggie married James Davis .

157 F xi. Joanna Alabama Duncan was born on 25 Jan 1892 in Texas. She died on 19 Sep 1976 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., OK.

42. Martha "Mattie" Duncan (Garner Paris, James Garner) was born in 1837 in Alabama. She died about 1913.

Martha married Edwin Buchanan Sockwell in 1871 in Colbert Co., AL. The marriage ended in divorce.Edwin was born on 1 Nov 1814 in Georgia. He died in 1892 in Saints, Franklin Co., AL. He was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, Colbert Co., AL.

They had the following children:

158 M i. DeWitt Clinton Sockwell was born on 26 Aug 1874 in Colbert Co., AL. He died on 19 Dec 1955 in Denton Co., TX.

DeWitt married Sallie Terria McDaniel on 4 Nov 1899 in Ferris Co., TX. Sallie was born in Mar 1876 in Mississippi. She died in 1952.

51. Zebulon James Duncan (James Garner, James Garner) was born in 1847 in Monroe Co., IN. He died on 12 Sep 1872 in Monroe Co., IN. He was buried in Clover Hill Cemetery, Harrodsburg, Monroe Co., IN.

Zebulon married Mary E Johnston . Mary was born in 1850 in Indiana.

They had the following children:

159 M i. Eugene Duncan was born in 1869 in Monroe Co., IN.

Eugene married Daisy Victoria Ragland in 1898. The marriage ended in divorce.Daisy was born on 10 Apr 1879 in Banner, Calhoun Co., MS. She died on 27 Jan 1971 in Red Oak, Latimer Co., OK.

160 F ii. Myrtle Duncan was born in 1872 in Indiana.

53. Caroline Hunley "Carrie" Duncan (James Garner, James Garner) was born on 8 Nov 1859 in Greene Co., IN. She died on 20 Jun 1934 in Bloomfield, Greene Co., IN. She was buried on 23 Jun 1934 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Park, Greene Co., IN.

Caroline married David Henry Mitchell on 29 May 1880 in Greene Co., IN. David was born on 9 Jan 1861. He died on 24 Nov 1944 in Greene Co., IN. He was buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Park, Greene Co., IN.

They had the following children:

161 M i. Ralph Hobart Mitchell was born on 1 Mar 1896 in Greene Co., IN. He died on 16 Dec 1900 in Greene Co., IN. The cause of death was extended illnesses, culminating in heart failure, per obituary. He was buried on 17 Dec 1900 in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Park, Greene Co., IN.

 

Elizabeth Malet was, in 1664, being offered 'for sale' by her stepfather Sir John Warre and her maternal grandfather, Lord Hawley. She was considered to be one of the most eligible heiresses in England, owner of Enmore and its Castle in Somerset, an income of more than £2500 a year, and was being wooed by, amongst others, Lord Sandwich's son, Viscount Hinchinbrooke and the Duke of Ormond's son, Lord John Butler. John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, had been lobbying Charles II on his behalf for her hand, although despite his courtier status and income, he was one of the poorest peers in the land. On the 26th of May, 1665 , after Elizabeth had dined at Whitehall with her grandfather, their coach was set upon by armed men under the pay of Rochester, and the heiress was transferred to a coach with two women in it waiting to receive her and she was driven out of London. The next day a warrant was issued for Rochester's arrest, and he was found and confined to the Tower. He stayed in the Tower while the plague ravaged the London populace, til about June 19. This should have effectively ended Rochester's chances for marriage with Elizabeth.

Rochester, in June, took part in a naval engagement in Bergen, Norway under the command of Lord Sandwich. It was a resounding failure, but Rochester acquitted himself well. In August Sandwich's fleet captured much of the Dutch fleet on its way back from Bergen. In September, John Wilmot returned to London at the height of the plague. Court had been moved to Oxford, and on October 31 he received £750 from the King, and in February 1666 he was made a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, which carried an additional £1000 a year. In September 1666 Elizabeth was reported to have no suitors, negotiations with her crusty guardians having been broken off. Suddenly, on Jan 29, 1667 she and Rochester were married.

He spent much of their married life at court, drunk, engaged in notorious affairs with both court women and common prostitutes, while Elizabeth tended Enmore, or resided at Adderbury. His affair with the actress Elizabeth Barry led to a child. He seemed to have spent summers with his family, and some of the rest of his time at Ditchley Park or the Ranger's Lodge at Woodstock, near Spelsbury in Oxfordshire, where many of his notorious escapades occurred. Elizabeth and the children spent their time at Enmore or at Adderbury (now an old folks home). The four children were born in quick succession, and Wilmot doted on them, though he didn't seem to have spent much of his remaining time with them. He lived for only thirteen years after the marriage, Elizabeth for fourteen.

Their son Charles lived 10 or ll years. Anne, their eldest married first Sir Henry Baynton, and then Francis Greville, son and heir of Fulke Greville of Warwick Castle. Elizabeth married Edward Montagu, Earl of Sandwich, son of her mother's suitor. Thomas Hearne reported, "I cannot learn anything of Woodstock people about the Lady Mallet, what sort of person she was, any further than that she was not so handsome as the other two; but I find by the Peerage of England that she was married to (John) Vaughan, Baron Lisburne, in Ireland."