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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. DRIVER, P.A. (I6232)
 
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Bahler ?tab?Peter ?tab?Self (Head) ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?64 ?tab?abt 1856 ?tab?Widowed ?tab?Ohio ?tab?Germany ?tab?Germany
Peavey ?tab?James E ?tab?Son-in-Law ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?53 ?tab?abt 1867 ?tab?Married ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Massachusetts ?tab?Massachusetts
Peavey ?tab?Adelia ?tab?Daughter ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?38 ?tab?abt 1882 ?tab?Married ?tab?Ohio ?tab?Ohio ?tab?Germany
Peavey ?tab?Donald J ?tab?Grandson ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?2 ?tab?abt 1918 ?tab?Single ?tab?Ohio ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Ohio

Year: 1920;Census Place: Cincinnati Ward 12, Hamilton, Ohio; Roll: T625_1391; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 209; Image: 527. 
PEAVEY, James Edward (I13194)
 
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Barnett ?tab?Agustus ?tab?Head ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?51 ?tab?abt 1869 ?tab?Married ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Artincy ?tab?Wife ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?43 ?tab?abt 1877 ?tab?Married ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Walton ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?23 ?tab?abt 1897 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Marie ?tab?Daughter ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?17 ?tab?abt 1903 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Kerney ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?13 ?tab?abt 1907 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Lemon ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?9 ?tab?abt 1911 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Adron ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?7 ?tab?abt 1913 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Huston ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?5 ?tab?abt 1915 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Rosco ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?2 2/12 ?tab?abt 1917 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi

Year: 1920;Census Place: Beat 4, Wayne, Mississippi; Roll T625_899; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 152; Image: 750. 
BARNETT, Augustus B (I11848)
 
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Eva W. Chesney

UNION - Services for Eva Watson Chesney will be held Thursday at 3 p.m. at Little Rock Baptist Church with the Revs. Lin Chesney and Gene Higginbotham officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery with Stephens Funeral Home of Union in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Chesney, 95, of Little Rock, died Monday, March 23, 2009, at her residence. She was a longtime member of Little Rock Baptist Church.

Visitation will be today, from 5 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home, and Thursday one hour prior to services at the church.
 
WATSON, Eva Seaco (I6487)
 
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Eva Watson Chesney
Services for Eva Watson Chesney were held Thursday, March 26, 2009 at 3 p.m. from Little Rock Baptist Church. The Rev. Lin Chesney and the Rev. Gene Higginbotham officiated. Burial was in Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery under the direction of Stephens Funeral Home of Union.

Mrs. Chesney, 95, of Little Rock died Monday, March 23, 2009 in her home.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Chesney; one son, Charles Chesney; three brothers; and two sisters.

Survivors include three daughters, Omera Moore and Lucy Irene Massey, both of LIttle rock, and Virginia Shoemaker of Cullman, Ala.; one son, J. T. Chesney of Little Rock; 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Robert Massey, Junior Moore, Jay Chesney, Ricky Chesney, B. J. Harrison, Ryan Gillis, Kyle Buckley and Robby Lipsey. 
WATSON, Eva Seaco (I6487)
 
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James Sullivan 38
Mary Sullivan 32
Sarah Sullivan 14
Mary Sullivan 12
Elisha Sullivan 10
Lourania Sullivan 4
James Sullivan 1

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Louisville, Winston, Mississippi; Roll: M593_753; Page: 473B; Image: 474; Family History Library Film: 552252. 
SULLIVAN, Elisha James (I9660)
 
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Jan 20, 1837 - MS State Census - Simpson Co. MS
Name: ?tab?Uriah Lucas
Census Date: ?tab?20 Jan 1837
County: ?tab?Simpson
Line: ?tab?17
Roll: ?tab?v229_2

Males:
1 - age 21 - 45 [Uriah]
Females:
1 - age 45+ [Mother, Sarah?]

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Mississippi State and Territorial Census Collection, 1792-1866 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Mississippi State and Territorial Censuses, 1792-1866. Microfilm V229. 3 rolls. Heritage Quest. 
LUCAS, Uriah (I15167)
 
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Jones William Head White Male Jun 1854 45 Married 19 1881 Alabama Alabama Alabama Erata, Jones, Mississippi
Jones Rebecca Wife White Female May 1858 42 Married 19 1881 Alabama Alabama Alabama Erata, Jones, Mississippi
Jones Hardy Son White Male Apr 1884 16 Single Mississippi Alabama Alabama Erata, Jones, Mississippi
Jones Julia Daughter White Female Sep 1887 12 Single Mississippi Alabama Alabama Erata, Jones, Mississippi
Jones Tabitha Daughter White Female Nov 1889 10 Single Mississippi

Year: 1900; Census Place: Erata, Jones, Mississippi; Roll: T623_ 813; Page: 21B; Enumeration District: 61. 
JONES, William W (I11767)
 
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Memorial services for James David Sessions, 72, of Nacogdoches will be held Thursday, December 29, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the Carroway Funeral Home Chapel in Lufkin with Brother Ford Adkins and Brother Elzine Strong officiating. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Carroway Funeral Home.

Mr. Sessions was born October 31, 1939 in Meridian, Mississippi to Zelona (Sullivan) and James Clifton Sessions, and died Sunday, December 18, 2011 in a local hospital.

A former resident of Lufkin, Mr. Sessions had resided in Nacogdoches since 1996. He served in the U.S. Army and had worked in various capacities of law enforcement since 1965. Mr. Sessions' friends and associates in the Angelina County Courthouse were his extended family. He attended the First United Pentecostal Church.

Survivors include his wife, Becky Sessions of Nacogdoches; son, David Wayne Sessions of Nacogdoches; daughters and son-in-law, Debbie Frazier and Tiffany and Raymond Barrett, all of Nacogdoches; grandchildren and spouses, Raymond Barrett, Jr. of Nacogdoches, Lerin and Rick Hill of Kennedale, Madison and Fisher Martin, Luke Frazier, all of Nacogdoches, and Lindsey and Bobby Guthery of Lufkin; great-grandchildren, Riley Hill of Kennedale and Bailee Badeaux of Lufkin; sister, Faye Benton of Bailey, Mississippi; and a number of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice in the Pines, 1504 West Frank Avenue, Lufkin, Texas 75904.

The family will welcome friends and loved ones from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Thursday evening prior to the services at the funeral home.

Memories and condolences may be added at www.carrowayfuneralhome.com.

Carroway Funeral Home, Lufkin, directors.
 
SESSIONS, James David (I9749)
 
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Name: ?tab?E.J. Sullivan
State: ?tab?MS
County: ?tab?Lauderdale County
Township: ?tab?Chunkeyville
Year: ?tab?1860
Record Type: ?tab?Federal Population Schedule
Page: ?tab?386
Database: ?tab?MS 1860 Federal Census Index 
SULLIVAN, Elisha Lafayette "Dow" (I9667)
 
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NELLIE W. PAGE

A memorial service for Nellie W. Page, 74, of Waynesboro, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 13, 2010 from Christian Fellowship Church in Waynesboro.
Born on Thursday, Jan. 23, 1936, she was a native of Mississippi. A Certified Nursing Assistant in the health care profession, she died on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at her residence.
She is survived by two daughters, Janie Carr of Waynesboro and Judy Green of Lafayette, La.; four sons, James Jerry Pearson of Waynesboro, Jimmy Ray Pearson of Clara, Edward Lee Page of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Johnny Pearson of Waynesboro; a brother, Bobby Ray Williams of Lubbock, Texas; 15 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Freeman Funeral Home of Waynesboro is in charge of arrangements. 
WILLIAMS, Nellie (I10319)
 
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Poe ?tab?Tempie ?tab?Head ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?Feb 1846 ?tab?54 ?tab?Widowed ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Georgia ?tab?South Carolina ?tab? Meridian, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Poe ?tab?Rosa ?tab?Daughter ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?May 1876 ?tab?24 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Alabama ?tab? ?tab?Meridian, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Poe ?tab?Mandy ?tab?Daughter ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?Jul 1886 ?tab?13 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Alabama ?tab? ?tab?Meridian, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Poe ?tab?Annie I ?tab?Daughter ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?Feb 1888 ?tab?12 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Alabama

Source Citation
Year: 1900; Census Place: Meridian, Lauderdale, Mississippi; Roll: T623_ 814; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 11. 
BEASLEY, Tempy M (I13934)
 
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The family name "Dennehy" is of old Irish Gaelic origin "O Duineacoa", or O'Dennehy, that can be traced back at least to the year 900 A.D. Other variants of the name are Dennahy, Dannahy, Denehy, and Denny. In Gaelic, the name Dennehy means "humane". The Dennehy Family lived near the village of Freemount in the Townland of Coolbane.

Danagher belongs to Co. Limerick: it originated in north-west Tipperary, where the chief was lord of a territory near Nenagh until dispossessed following the Anglo-Norman invasion. The Irish form of the name is given as? Duineachair, but ? Danachair may be correct. Dinagher is an approximation of the Dennehy (Irish ? Duineachdha), an 0 name. The prefix has seldom if ever been resumed in English, seldom found outside Counties Cork and Kerry where it is now numerous. An early reference to the name is Donall O'Denaghie of Cloghlea, Co. Cork, who in 1588 was described as a vestarius. It seems Denny was used as a synonym of Dennehy as early as the mid-seventeenth century: in 1657 the family of Denny is included in an official report relating to the Kerry families which with MacCarthy M?r were "plotting for trouble." This was not the Denny family of Tralee: the first of these was Sir Edward Denny (d. 1599), one of the principal Munster "undertakers" who was distinguished as a soldier at Fort del Ore in 1580. Sir Edward Denny, Bart., (1796-1889) of Tralce Castle owned more than 21,000 acres of good land in Co. Kerry three centuries later: he was a poet as well as a county magnate. Most notable of the Dennehys were Major-General Sir Thomas Dennehy (1829-1907), born in Co. Cork and educated in Paris, a distinguished administrator in India and author of topographical works, and Daniel Henry Deniehy (1828-1865), born in Sydney of Irish parents a a prominent figure in Australian journalism and politics. Denny is sometimes used also for Deeney i.e., ? Duibhne, a sept of Tirconnell very strongly represented in the priesthood of the diocese of Raphoe from the year 1400 to the present. Seldom met with outside the counties of Donegal and Derry. 
DENNEHY, Daniel Joseph (I7183)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SALTERS, B. (I10958)
 
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U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records.

Name: ?tab?Alfred Butler
Issue Date: ?tab?21 Aug 1837
State of Record: ?tab?Alabama
Acres: ?tab?40.055
Accession Number: ?tab?AL2190__.448
Metes and Bounds: ?tab?No
Land Office: ?tab?Sparta
Canceled: ?tab?No
US Reservations: ?tab?No
Mineral Reservations: ?tab?No
Authority: ?tab?April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Number: ?tab?5004
Legal Land Description: ?tab?
Section: 35
Twp?tab?Range: 6-N 26-E?tab?
Meridian:?tab?St Stephens
Counties: Henry
 
BUTLER, Alfred (I6474)
 
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U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records.

U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907 about Alfred Butler
Name: ?tab?Alfred Butler
Issue Date: ?tab?1 Nov 1858
State of Record: ?tab?Alabama
Acres: ?tab?160.22
Accession Number: ?tab?AL2440__.218
Metes and Bounds: ?tab?No
Land Office: ?tab?Elba
Canceled: ?tab?No
US Reservations: ?tab?No
Mineral Reservations: ?tab?No
Authority: ?tab?April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Number: ?tab?21292
Legal Land Description: ?tab?
Section:?tab?35: 35?tab?
Twp?tab?Range:?tab?6-N?tab?26-E; 6-N?tab?26-E
Meridian: ?tab?St Stephens; St Stephens
Counties: Henry; Henry 
BUTLER, Alfred (I6474)
 
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Watson ?tab?John T ?tab?Head ?tab?White ?tab?Male ?tab?Dec 1836 ?tab?63 ?tab?Married ?tab?32 ?tab?1868 ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Watson ?tab?Georgie A ?tab?Wife ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?Feb 1847 ?tab?53 ?tab?Married ?tab?32 ?tab?1868 ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab?South Carolina ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Baskin ?tab?Frances ?tab?Daughter ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?May 1871 ?tab?29 ?tab?Married ?tab?4 ?tab?1896 ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Baskin ?tab?John N ?tab?Son-in-Law ?tab?White ?tab?Male ?tab?Mar 1876 ?tab?25 ?tab?Married ?tab?4 ?tab?1896 ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?add ?tab?add ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Watson ?tab?Nathaniel ?tab?Son ?tab?White ?tab?Male ?tab?May 1876 ?tab?24 ?tab?Widowed ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Watson ?tab?Henry J ?tab?Son ?tab?White ?tab?Male ?tab?May 1884 ?tab?16 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Watson ?tab?Minnie ?tab?Daughter ?tab?White ?tab?Female ?tab?Feb 1886 ?tab?14 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Georgia ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Baskin ?tab?Nady M ?tab?Grandchild ?tab?White ?tab?Male ?tab?Feb 1898 ?tab?2 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab? ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Baskin ?tab?Mylord ?tab?Grandson ?tab?White ?tab?Male ?tab?Oct 1899 ?tab?7/12 ?tab?Single ?tab? ?tab? ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi

Year: 1900; Census Place: Meridian Ward 1, Lauderdale, Mississippi; Roll: T623_ 815; Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 14. 
WATSON, John Thomas (I10)
 
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Will of Robert Stewart 1732 - 1811

I, Robert Stewart, of Liberty township, Adams County and State of Pennsylvania, farmer, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, on due consideration, think proper to dispose of all my property at my death in the following form & manner:
1st. I order and direct my executors hereinafter named, and as soon as convenient after my decease,t o adjust, and pay off my funeral expenses, and all other just debts out of my estate.
2d. I leave and bequeath to my son William Stewart, the sum of one hundred dollars.
3rd. I leave and bequeath to my son John Stewart, the sum of fifty dollars.
4th. I leave and bequeath to my son James Stewart, the sum of one hundred dollars.
5th I leave and bequeath to my son David Stewart, the sum of one dollar.
6th. I leave and bequeath to my son Joseph Stewart, the sum of fifty dollars adn four dollars woth of my books.
7th. I leave and bequeath to my son Robert Stewart, one horse, saddle and bridele, the horse to be his choice of my stock, also his choice of guns, my silver watch and whip and four dollars worth of my books, and the further sum of one thousand dollars in my money, and to have the occupation and profits of the farm on which I now live, for the support of the family there with me, for one year after my death.
8th. I leave and bequeath to my daughter Mary Cunningham, the sum of two hundred dollars.
9th. I leave and bequeath to my daughter Jane, intermarried with John Stewart, the sum of two hundred, and twenty-six dollars and fifty cents.
10th I leave and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Stewart, a new suit, the gound to be of silk, and the residue of the suit conformable thereto; also her saddle and bridel, and spinning wheel, and half a dozen silver teaspoons with the initials of her namer thereon, and to be supported on the farm until the same shall be sold, and the sum of four hundred dollars in money.
ANd further I do order and direct, that the aforesaid pecuniary legacies to my ten children, shall be paid them by my executors equally in proportion to thier several legacies out of the money, as it may come to hand frommy personal estate, and the sale of my real estate. And I also direct that the said several legacies to my said children, shall be considered as a settlement of all amounts in full with them, severally up to this day, 12th. I order and direct that all my estate of whatever kind, real, person and mixed, shall be sold by executors hereinafter named, as soon as the same can be done to advantage, after my decease, and the residue thereof, after the payment of the aforesaid legacies, to be equally devided between my said ten children, to-wit: William, John, James, David, Joseph, robert, Mary, Jane, Sarah and Rebecca, share and share alike. And I do hereby impower my said executors to make and execute, as good a title to the purchasor, or purchasors of my real estate, as I could myself could do were I alive and personally present. And it is my will that my wareing apparal and books shall not be exposed to sale but divided by my executors as they may see fit, except the books already bequeathed.
And last of all, I do by these presents, nominate, constitute and appoint my son Robert Stewart, and y son-in-law John Stewart to be the executors of this my last will and testament with full lpower to carry the same into effect, revoking all other willsby me made, and declaring this and no other to by my last weill and testament.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand adn seal this ninth day of October, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and eleven.

Signed, sealed and delivered in preence of us, William Bigham, James Cunningham.}

Robert Stewart (seal)

Adams County, Ss.
Before me, James Duncan, Register for the Probate of Wills and Granting Letters of Administration, in and for the County of Adams, in the State of Pennsylvania, personally came William Bigham and James Cunningham, the two subscribing witnesses to the foregoing instrument of writing, and on thier solemn oaths do severally say that they were personally lpresent and saw and heard the therein named Robert Stewart acknowledge his name and seal to the foregoing instrument of writing and publish the same as and for his last will and testament, at the time of doing thereof he, the said Robert Stewart, was of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding, to the best of thier knowledge and belief, and that they subscribed thier names thereto as witnesses in the presence of each other at the same time

Sworn and subscribed before me at Gettysburg, the 13 day of Nov., 1811.
James Duncan}

William Bigham,
James Cunningham, 
STEWART, Robert (I12825)
 
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William Bennett. Born in France in 1742. Came to Bennett's Mills, New Jersey, 1760. Died at Mason, Ohio 1828. Age 86. Was born when Washington was 10, and was 26 when Bonaparte was born. Was a color bearer at Bunker Hill, and later a body guard of Washington. Was severely wounded at Yorktown.

Adria Ann Britton, wife of William Bennett, was born in Holland, came to New Jersey in childhood. Married my great grandfather William Bennett at the close of the Revolutionary War, and settled with him in Ligonier Valley, Pa. Probably married about 1787. She was red of hair. Their children are as follows - grandfather was the middle child. John, William, Nicholas, Abram, Mary, David, Isaac. William Bennett my great gandpap, moved from Westmoreland Co., Pa. to Warren Co., Ohio in 1816. William, Nicholas, Mary, David and Isaac went with him. John and Abram, mother's father, remained in Ligonier Valley.

The Nicholas Bennett line runs thus: William Bennett of the Revolution, Nicholas his 3rd son, born 1797. Married Catherine Innes 1816. Their eldest son was William born 1817 and married to Emaline Cuddy 1838. This William was quite a singer and religious charader. Nicholas Bennett was married a second time; to Rachel Anderson. Her oldest daughter Catherine was married to mother's brother Robert, her full cousin. By this union we get our geneology.

There was a reunion of the Nicholas Bennett family at the Boone Co., Ind. fair, at Lebanon the county seat, on Sept. 2, 1910. At it they chose a family historian who was Nicholas Bennett's granddaughter, Mrs. Essie Bennett Essex. This history was published by the Pioneer Press of Lebanon in a neat book. I borrowed it from my cousin, Mrs. Mary E. Anderson of Cincinnatti, now an old woman. From it I get our ancient history. So you are without doubt a daughter of the Revolution. I have taken a good deal of care to look this up for you.

Abram Bennett, mother's father, married Sarah Huston who was born in Ireland. They were married in 1811. His years were 1789 - 1866. Her's 1794 - 1888. Their children were Mother, Mary Ann, 1818 - 1903, Robert H. 1819, David B. 1820, Margaret 1822, William 1824, John B. 1826, Isaac 1828, Agness J. 1829, Elizabeth R. 1830, Sarah J. 1834, Samuel J. 1836, Samuel H. 1838. Of these Sarah J. died in childhood, and the two Samuels were drown in the same spot. I have seen the place.

My father and mother were James Hutchison 1809-1884, and Mary Ann Bennett 1818-1903. They were married in 1840 in Ligonier Valley and settled there on the farm in Lawrence Co., Pa. Then in woods. The children were Sarah J. Dodds 1842-1882, David Bennett 1844-1864 - a soldier and died a prisoner of war. Thomas Mehard 1846-, Laura Wilson 1848, and yours truly Adolphus Powers, 1850-, Robert Calvin 1853-1882, died of a hemorrhage in his buggy 9 miles from home, Mary Eliza 1862-1883, demented. Sarah had 7 children, Laura 4, mumsy and I 13.

Mrs Essie Essex says in her history that my grandfather Bennett and his three brothers John, Nicholas, and David were in the Mexican War, and that grandfather Abram and his brother Nicholas were color bearers. In this she is clearly mistaken, as grandfather's age would have been sixty and John's age and that of Nicholas still more, rather greater. They were just the soldier age for the War of 1812, and most likely served in it. Please let George see this sheet. My children should keep it as geneology. -Daddy 
HUTCHISON, Adolphus Powers (I13593)
 
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HIRAM ANDERSON Probate Records
Source: Boone County Indiana Probate Records
Book K pg 287-295. Filed 19 September 1853

Pleas before the Honorable Jeremiah C. Dougherty, sole judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Boone County Indiana at a term of said court held at the Court House in the Town of Lebanon on the 28th day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty six.

Petition to sell Real Estate to pay debts:

Thomas F. Anderson Administrator of Hiram Anderson deceased
Vs.
Naomi Elliott, William Anderson, Mary Jane Bennett, Nancy Furgeson, Rachael Bennett, Hannah Lewis, Eliza Bolby, Hiram B.
Anderson, Martha Chase and Joseph M. Anderson heirs at law of Hiram Anderson deceased,

Be it remembered that heretofore to wit on the 19th day of September AD 1853 said administrator filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Boone County on vacation of said court their petition , their petition in the above entitled cause which said petition is in the records and ( ) following to wit:

Petition:

The undersigned Administrator of the estate of Hiram Anderson deceased would represent to the Court of Common Pleas of said County that the personal Estate of the deceased amounts to three hundred and seventy one dollars, thirty three cents, $371.33, and that the amount of claims against the same including the widows portions of said Estate, to which she is entitled, and that amounts to the probable sum of four hundred and thirty five dollars, $435.00 leaving sixty four dollars $64 of indebtedness over the value of the personal Estate. That the decedent died the owner in fee simple of the West half of the South West quarter of section thirteen in Township No. 20 North Range one West and also part of the North half of the South

East quarter of Section fourteen in Township twenty north of Range one West. That lies on the East side of the State Road leading from Frankfort to Lebanon ------in all eighty two acres of land situate in the county of Boone and State of Indiana of the present value if twelve hundred and thirty dollars. $1230.00. That the decedent left as his heirs his widow, Mary Anderson and Naomi Elliot, William Anderson, Thomas F. Anderson, Mary Jane Bennett, Nancy Ferguson, Rachael Bennett, Hannah Lewis, Eliza Bolby, Hiram B. Anderson, Martha Chase and Joseph M. Anderson children and heirs of said deceased, all of whom are over twenty one years of age, except the said Joseph M. Anderson who is a minor aged nineteen years, who are all the heirs of the decedent. (Known to your petitions) they therefore ask for an order to sell such Real Estate at private sale subject to widows right of dower therein, Thomas F. Anderson, Administrator.
Subscribed and sworn to before me the 19th day of December 1853. W.C. Rise, Clerk.

The following page contains an affidavit of Henry Hill, publisher and editor of the Boone County Pioneer, a weekly newspaper verifying the printing and posting of a notice to creditors in the newspaper first published the 21st day of December AD 1853.

The Court appoints A. O. Nelson Guardian ad litem for Joseph M. Anderson who is under the age of 21 years. And the Guardian now files his answers: The Guardian ad litem answering says he knows nothing of the matters in issue in said cause, and therefore submits his ( ) and these interests to the care and protection of the Court.

The Administrators now file an Inventory and Appraisement of the Real Estate of said deceased:

We Milton Hopkins and George Hall swear that we will truly appraise the Real property of Hiram Anderson deceased as shown to us.

Subscribed and sworn the 26th day of January 1854.

Appraisal amount submitted for the 82 acres was $830.00.

Administrators, Thomas F. Anderson and Mary Anderson are required to post bond of $1640 for the sale of said Real Estate with surety, to the acceptance and appraisal of the court, which bond is in the records and figures following to wit:

"Know all men by these presents that we, Mary Anderson, Thomas F. Anderson, Isaac Bennett and John J. Elliott are come unto the State of Indiana in the sum of Sixteen hundred and forty dollars to pay which we jointly and severally bind ourselves, our heirs, executor and administrators. Sealed and dated the 28th day of January 1854. Administrators are ordered to sell the named Real Estate of Hiram Anderson, deceased.

Approved the 28th day of January 1856., W.C. Rise, Clerk.

The Court then empowers Mary Anderson and Thomas F. Anderson, administrators, to sell at private sale the described Real estate, subject to the widows right of dower therein, for a price and sum not less than the appraised sum.

At the April term, 1856, appeared Administrator Mary Anderson, who reports in an affidavit that she has not received any money whatever belonging to the Estate since her appointment, and that she has no other property in her possession belonging to said Estate, and that the Administration has been conducted principally by Thomas F. Anderson, her co-administrator. And at this time Mary Anderson files her resignation as administratrix and asks to be discharged from any further duties as such.

At the January term 1856, Thomas F. Anderson reports that he has sold the described Real Estate to Jacob M. Wood for the sum of Eight hundred and twenty dollars, $820.00, subject to the widows rights therein. Five hundred dollars paid in hand and the residue secured by taking the purchasers note with William Bennett surety payable May 1st 1856. .

At the April 1856 term, administrator Thomas F. Anderson appeared and reported that he has received full payment for the Real Estate, and that the purchaser, Jacob M. Wood is entitled to a Deed of Conveyance. Deed is made and executed by Henry Shannon, a commissioner appointed by the Court. (The full deed and title is here spelled out).

Signed and sealed the 29th day of April 1856.

Final settlement is made the 30th day of April 1856.

Thomas F. Anderson reports a full accounting of the assets of the Estate at $1216.99. Disbursements for payment of debts claims and expenses were $693.40. leaving a balance of $523.56 for distribution to the heirs.

The court accepts the amount to be held until the next court term for distribution at that time. No further papers are available that give the amounts paid to each individual heir. 
ANDERSON, Hiram Thomas (I240)
 
21
08-06-1941

Joel Berry Watson

Joel Berry Watson of Meridian, Route 6, died Tuesday at 2:25 p.m. at Rush's infirmary.

Mr. Watson was a retired Southern railroad car repairer. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Luna Watson, city; three daughters, Mesdames Obera Harris, C. C. Moore, Sylacauga, Ala., and Myrtle Elrod, Thomaston, GA; six grandchildren.

The remains accompanied by relatives and friends were taken to Sylacauga, Ala., for funeral and interment services. 
WATSON, Joel Berry (I6360)
 
22
138 ?tab?Poe ?tab?Edmond ?tab?27 ?tab?abt 1843 ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?Georgia
138 ?tab?Poe ?tab?Tempy ?tab?24 ?tab?abt 1846 ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?Alabama
138 ?tab?Poe ?tab?William ?tab?3 ?tab?abt 1867 ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?Alabama
138 ?tab?Poe ?tab?Nancy ?tab?2 ?tab?abt 1868 ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?Alabama

Source Citation
Year: 1870; Census Place: Township 17 Range 7, Talladega, Alabama; Roll: M593_41; Page: 465B; Image: 84; Family History Library Film: 545540. 
POE, Edmond Columbus (I13933)
 
23
16 Service Company Signal Corps to 1 Sept 1918;
Co E 422 Telegraph Battalion to Discharge.
Corporal 1 Dec 1918.
American Expeditionary Forces 20 Oct 1918 to 28 Jan 1919. Honorable discharge 17 Feb 1919. 
MCCLELLAND, Russell Bennett (I2076)
 
24
170 ?tab?Gatlin ?tab?Mary ?tab??tab?Head ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?56 ?tab?abt 1854 ?tab?Widowed ?tab?Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi
170 ?tab?Gatlin ?tab?Danid ?tab??tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab??tab?White ?tab?20 ?tab?abt 1890 ?tab?Single ?tab??tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
170 ?tab?Gatlin ?tab?Walter ?tab??tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab??tab?White ?tab?17 ?tab?abt 1893 ?tab?Single ?tab??tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
170 ?tab?Gatlin ?tab?Elias M?tab? ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab??tab?White ?tab?13 ?tab?abt 1897 ?tab?Single ?tab??tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi

Year: 1910; Census Place: Beat 4, Wayne, Mississippi; Roll T624_762; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 135; Image: 517. 
DAVIS, Mary Elizabeth "Dump" (I10428)
 
25
1850 Liberty, Butler, OH

Name: Nancy Shepherd
Age: 53
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1797
Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Gender: Female
Home in 1850(City,County,State): Liberty, Butler, Ohio

Household Members:
Name Age
Nancy Shepherd 53
Eliza Shepherd 21
James Shepherd 16
Rebecca Shepherd 15
Sarah J Shepherd 11 
GWINN, Nancy (I394)
 
26
1853 Mississippi State Census
Lauderdale County
Sullivant, Thomas J Males: 1 Females: 2 Total: 3

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Mississippi State and Territorial Census Collection, 1792-1866 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Mississippi State and Territorial Censuses, 1792-1866. Microfilm V229. 3 rolls. Heritage Quest. 
SULLIVAN, Thomas J (I9658)
 
27
1860 Beat 4 [Chunkyville], Lauderdale Co., Mississippi
J Edwards 35
Lourana Edwards 28
Melissa Young 2 
EDWARDS, Joseph W (I9815)
 
28
1860 Beat 4 [Chunkyville], Lauderdale Co., MS

T J Sullivan 32
Frances Sullivan 25
Mary Sullivan 8
Andrew Sullivan 6
Francis M Sullivan 4
Caroline Sullivan 1 
SULLIVAN, Thomas J (I9658)
 
29
1860 Beat 4 [Chunkyville], Lauderdale Co., MS

T J Sullivan 32
Frances Sullivan 25
Mary Sullivan 8
Andrew Sullivan 6
Francis M Sullivan 4
Caroline Sullivan 1 
Frances (I9670)
 
30
1860 US Census Vernon, Clinton, Ohio

Name: Samuel Beatty
Age in 1860: 41
Birth Year: abt 1819
Birthplace: Ohio
Home in 1860: Vernon, Clinton, Ohio
Gender: Male
Post Office: Clarksville
Value of real estate: View Image
Household Members: Name Age
Samuel Beatty 41
Eliza Beatty 33
Albert Beatty 7
Nancey Beatty 5
John Beatty 3

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Vernon, Clinton, Ohio; Roll: M653_946; Page: 237; Image: 474. 
BEATTY, Samuel Stewart (I315)
 
31
1880 Federal US Census Oswego, Oswego Co, NY
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John DENNEHY Self M Male W 38 IRE Confectioner IRE IRE
Elizabeth B. DENNEHY Wife M Female W 35 IRE Tend Store IRE IRE
Jenny E. DENNEHY Dau S Female W 11 NY At School IRE IRE
Mary DENNEHY Mother W Female W 72 IRE Helps In House IRE IRE
Margaret DENNEHY SisterL S Female W 28 IRE Dress Maker IRE IRE
Mary A. DENNEHY SisterL S Female W 24 IRE Dress Maker IRE IRE
Daniel J. DENNEHY Nephew S Male W 21 IRE Clerk IRE IRE
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Census Place 1st Ward, Oswego, Oswego, New York
Family History Library Film 1254913
NA Film Number T9-0913
Page Number 344C 
DENNEHY, John J (I7490)
 
32
1880 United States Census
William A. WATSON Self M Male W 32 MS VA GA Mill Hand
Mary WATSON?tab? Wife M Female W 24 MS --- --- Keeping House
Jack WATSON?tab?Son S Male W 10 MS MS MS
Joel WATSON?tab?Son S Male W 6 MS MS MS
Lois D. WATSON?tab?Dau S Female W 8M MS MS MS

Source Information:
Census Place Hurricane Creek, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254653
NA Film Number T9-0653
Page Number 203A
 
WATSON, William "Bill" A. (I6321)
 
33
1880 Wayne Co., MS Census

Name: E. Willams
Home in 1880: Beat 4, Wayne, Mississippi
Age: 53
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1827
Birthplace: Mississippi
Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head)
Father's birthplace: Mississippi
Mother's birthplace: Mississippi
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Keekping House
Marital Status: Widowed
Race: White
Gender: Female

Household Members:
Name Age
E. Willams 53
E. Willams 18
Ben Willams 16
Lance Willams 12
Francis Steveson 16

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Beat 4, Wayne, Mississippi; Roll: T9_668; Family History Film: 1254668; Page: 351.1000; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0560. 
GATLIN, Elizabeth (I10366)
 
34
1885 Lauderdale Co. MS School Census - Beat 4
Sullivan, R L
---, Sarah E?tab? 17
---, Fannie E?tab? 14
---, Bettie?tab? 12
---, Elisha J?tab? 10
---, George W 7
 
SULLIVAN, Reuben Lafayette "Fate" (I9648)
 
35
1896 Enumeration of Children in Kemper County

Name Child's name, age, sex Race Twp. Range Page
Watson, W. Joel 20, m White 9 15 047
Levis 16, f
G. D. 14, m 
WATSON, William "Bill" A. (I6321)
 
36
1930 US Census Cleburne Co. AL
M M Rollins 40 M Head AL
Mallie Rollins 38 F Wife AL
Amoins Rollins 13 Son M AL
Lois Rollins 11 F Daughter AL
Raymond Rollins 10 M Son AL
Newman Rollins 8 M Son AL
Freeman Rollins 6 M Son AL
Adel Rollins 4 M Son AL 
ROLLINS, Monroe Milford (I10839)
 
37
218 Dennehy John 30 abt 1840 Male White Ireland Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York Oswego
218 Dennehy Libbie 25 abt 1845 Female White Ireland Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York Oswego
218 Dennehy Clara 2 abt 1868 Female White New York Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York Oswego
218 Dennehy Jennie 1 abt 1869 Female White New York Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York Oswego

Year: 1870; Census Place: Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York; Roll M593_1073; Page: 69A; Image: 143; Family History Library Film: 552572. 
DENNEHY, John J (I7490)
 
38
218 Dennehy Jennie 1 abt 1869 Female White New York Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York Oswego

Year: 1870; Census Place: Oswego Ward 1, Oswego, New York; Roll M593_1073; Page: 69A; Image: 143; Family History Library Film: 552572.
 
DENNEHY, Jennie E (I7495)
 
39
379 ?tab?Dennehy?tab?Jennie ?tab?Lodger ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?41 ?tab?abt 1869 ?tab?Single ?tab?New York ?tab?Ireland ?tab?Ireland

Year: 1910; Census Place: Willimantic Ward 2, Windham, Connecticut; Roll T624_144; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 593; Image: 635. 
DENNEHY, Jennie E (I7495)
 
40
493 ?tab?Morris ?tab?Joseph ?tab?26 ?tab?Joseph Morris ?tab?abt 1844 ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Center Beat, Jasper, Mississippi ?tab?Paulding
493 ?tab?Morris ?tab?Caldonia ?tab?14 ?tab?Caldonia Morris ?tab?abt 1856 ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Center Beat, Jasper, Mississippi ?tab?Paulding


Source: Year: 1870; Census Place: Center Beat, Jasper, Mississippi; Roll M593_732; Page: 524B; Image: 385; Family History Library Film: 552231. 
MORRIS, Joseph N (I6437)
 
41
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Josiah ?tab??tab?49 ?tab?abt 1801 ?tab? Male ?tab?South Carolina
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Margarett ?tab?37 ?tab?abt 1813 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?South Carolina
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Martha ?tab??tab?17 ?tab?abt 1833 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Thos J ?tab??tab?15 ?tab?abt 1835 ?tab? ?tab?Male ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Tempy ?tab??tab?13 ?tab?abt 1837 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Robert ?tab??tab?12 ?tab?abt 1838 ?tab? ?tab?Male ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Matha ?tab??tab?10 ?tab?abt 1840 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Sarah ?tab??tab?8 ?tab?abt 1842 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?William ?tab??tab?6 ?tab?abt 1844 ?tab? ?tab?Male ?tab?Georgia
85 ?tab?Lanly [Langley] ?tab?Sarah Ann ?tab?1 ?tab?abt 1849 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Georgia


Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Southern District, Henry, Alabama; Roll M432_6; Page: 382A; Image: 278. 
LANGLEY, Josiah Jerimiah (I12249)
 
42
?b?Jones Francis E ?tab?18 ?tab?abt 1842 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama?/b?
Jones Eliza ?tab??tab?16 ?tab?abt 1844 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Jones Virginia ?tab? 8 ?tab?abt 1852 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: , Wayne, Mississippi; Roll M653_593; Page: 0; Image: 498. 
JONES, Frances Elizabeth "Bettie" (I12438)
 
43
?b?Note: Listed twice on 1880 Census. Once in Beat 4 and once in Beat 5!?
Beat 4 census taken 1 JUN 1880. Beat 5 census taken 26 JUN 1880
?/b?
J. H. Jones ?tab?44
Catharine Jones ?tab?38
Ananda Jones ?tab?22 [Amanda]
Ranson Jones ?tab?17 [Ransom]
John Jones ?tab?15
Letha Jones ?tab?13

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Beat 5, Wayne, Mississippi; Roll T9_668; Family History Film: 1254668; Page: 366.3000; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0590. 
JONES, James Joseph Henry (I11657)
 
44
?b?Note: Listed twice on 1880 Census. Once in Beat 4 and once in Beat 5!?
Beat 4 census taken 1 JUN 1880. Beat 5 census taken 26 JUN 1880?/b?


J. H. James ?tab?44
Cathrin James ?tab?41
Rensom James ?tab?19
John James ?tab?16
Luth. James ?tab?12

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Beat 4, Wayne, Mississippi; Roll T9_668; Family History Film: 1254668; Page: 341.2000; Enumeration District: 130; Image: 0541.
 
JONES, James Joseph Henry (I11657)
 
45
Add Update ?tab?124 ?tab?Poe ?tab?Tempy ?tab?Head ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?64 ?tab?1846 ?tab?Widowed ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Georgia ?tab?South Carolina ?tab?add
Add Update ?tab?124 ?tab?Poe ?tab?Mandy ?tab?Wife ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?23 ?tab?1887 ?tab?Single ?tab?Alabama ?tab?Georgia ?tab?Alabama

Source Citation
Year: 1910; Census Place: Jordan, Coosa, Alabama; Roll: T624_8; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 0059; Image: 1137; FHL Number: 1374021. 
BEASLEY, Tempy M (I13934)
 
46
Barnett ?tab?Augustus B ?tab?Head ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?40 ?tab?abt 1870 ?tab?Married ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Artonsey ?tab?Wife ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?34 ?tab?abt 1876 ?tab?Married ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Wilton J ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?12 ?tab?abt 1898 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Berry E ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?11 ?tab?abt 1899 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Bessie V ?tab?Daughter ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?9 ?tab?abt 1901 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Lellie M ?tab?Daughter ?tab?Female ?tab?White ?tab?7 ?tab?abt 1903 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Kerney L ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?Black ?tab?5 ?tab?abt 1905 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?Ollie ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?2 ?tab?abt 1908 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi
Barnett ?tab?James B ?tab?Son ?tab?Male ?tab?White ?tab?1/12 ?tab?abt 1910 ?tab?Single ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi ?tab?Mississippi

Year: 1910; Census Place: Beat 4, Wayne, Mississippi; Roll T624_762; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 135; Image: 492. 
BARNETT, Augustus B (I11848)
 
47
Beasely ?tab?W ?tab?46 ?tab?abt 1814 ?tab?Male ?tab? ?tab?Georgia
Beasely ?tab?M ?tab?23 ?tab?abt 1837 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?A ?tab?18 ?tab?abt 1842 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?T ?tab?14 ?tab?abt 1846 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?P ?tab?12 ?tab?abt 1848 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?W ?tab?10 ?tab?abt 1850 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?J W ?tab?9 ?tab?abt 1851 Male ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?L C ?tab?8 ?tab?abt 1852 ?tab?Female ?tab? ?tab?Alabama
Beasely ?tab?A G ?tab?5 ?tab?abt 1855 ?tab?Male ?tab? ?tab?Alabama

Source Citation
Year: 1860; Census Place: Northern Division, Talladega, Alabama; Roll: M653_24; Page: 666; Image: 205; Family History Library Film: 803024. 
BEASLEY, William (I13965)
 
48
Beasley ?tab?William ?tab?37 ?tab?abt 1813 ?tab? ?tab?Male ?tab?Georgia
Beasley ?tab?Rebecca ?tab?35 ?tab?abt 1815 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Alabama
Beasley ?tab?Martha ?tab?16 ?tab?abt 1834 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Alabama
Beasley ?tab?John W ?tab?13 ?tab?abt 1837 ?tab? ?tab?Male ?tab?Alabama
Beasley ?tab?Amanda ?tab?11 ?tab?abt 1839 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Alabama
Beasley ?tab?Tempy ?tab?5 ?tab?abt 1845 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Alabama
Beasley ?tab?Penelope ?tab?4 ?tab?abt 1846 ?tab? ?tab?Female ?tab?Alabama
Beasley ?tab?William ?tab?1 ?tab?abt 1849 ?tab? ?tab?Male ?tab?Alabama

Source Citation
Year: 1850; Census Place: Talladega, Talladega, Alabama; Roll: M432_15; Page: 446A; Image: 378. 
BEASLEY, William (I13965)
 
49
Beasley Lucas 68 LA
Eliza Lucas 48 GA 
LUCAS, Beasley (I15176)
 
50
Bennie Albert Fontan ?tab??tab?
Services for Bennie Albert Fontan will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Robert Barham Family Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Earl Wheatley Sr. of Northpark Church officiating. Burial will be in York Cemetery with Robert Barham Family Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Fontan, 71, of Enterprise, died Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009, at Anderson Regional Medical Center. He was retired from the U.S. Navy. He was also a master cabinet maker. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Fontan, of Enterprise; sons, Steven Curtis Fontan of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Bennie Eugene Fontan and his wife, Rosalva, of Gautier, Seth James Fontan and his wife, Debbie, of Pensacola, Fla.; daughter, Teresa Marianne Caraway and her husband, Bradley James, of Meridian; grandchildren, Kevin Fontan, Tiffany, Brittany, Destiny, Kelsie, Lee, Rickey, Weylan, Daniel, Eric Luca, Steven Luca, James Luca and Autumn Luca; great-grandchildren, Jaxon, McKensie, River, Niece, Alice Lester; and a nephew, Paul Lester. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Tyanne Noland; and his brothers and sisters, Johnny Fontan, Jimmy Fontan, Patsy Thead, and Bobbie Fontan. Pallbearers will be Paul Lester, Teddy Lester, Ben Brantley, Mike Hutchins, James Hutchins and Brad Carraway. Visitation will be Saturday, one hour prior to services at the funeral home. 
FONTAN, Bennie Albert (I2159)
 

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