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201 "Halifax County, VA, Court Orders 1758-1759 (Plea Book 2, part 2), page 274, March Court 1758 ? Bartlett Lawson, Plaintiff vs. Joseph Mays, Defendant, in case. This day came the parties by their Attorneys and thereupon also came a jury (it then name the jury). The jury says that the Plaintiff has sustained damages because of Defendant?s breach of the promise and assumption in the declaration specified, to one penny besides his costs. Ordered that Plaintiff recover against Defendant and Hugh Henry and Joseph Ray, who were returned security for his appearance, his damage afd. and his costs." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
202 "Harnett Robards" was enumerated as in the household of "John Robards." His age is given as 16 and his birthplace as Tennessee. He attended school within the year. Other household members include Rebecca (54), "Money" (male, 21), Posey (male, 20), Marion (16), John (14), and Mary J (12). ROBERTS, Harnett (I2470)
 
203 "He acquired land and was in Buncombe County for probably ten or fifteen years before he and his son Thomas relocated again, this time to a land grant on the Harpeth River, near Nashville, Tennessee." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe ALEXANDER, John (I1609)
 
204 "He applied for a Rev War soldier's pension in1818, but was turned down because the only paper he had was for a militia unit." BURK, John (I1140)
 
205 "He came to America while a lad with his father's family. Their first residence in this country was probably in Pennsylvania." -> Mackeys and allied families MACKIE, Samuel (I1985)
 
206 "He came to the Red River country with his father." -> Mackeys and allied families, p.594 MACKIE, Isaac (I4253)
 
207 "He died from chicken pox in 1866." -> Confederate Voices HOOD, John Calvin (I4526)
 
208 "He drowned in a rain-swollen Sumach Creek." MCENTIRE, Joseph A. (I2962)
 
209 "He had been [in Buncombe County] but a short while when one morning he went out to find his horse. Soon his wife heard the report of guns, and, knowing too well what had happened, she took her child and the servant and made her way along the mountains to Old Fort. An expedition from there at once set out to avenge the death of Davidson. They found him on the mountain near his cabin, killed and scalped, and buried his body on the spot where it was found where his grave may still be seen. It is further said that they met the Indians in a battle fought near the Swannanoa River in that neighborhood or about Biltmore." -> Asheville and Buncombe County

Note: Major Ben Burgin was among the expedition who set out after Davidson. 
DAVIDSON, Colonel Samuel (I2322)
 
210 "He joined Lillard's 3rd Tennessee Mounted Infantry, Co. C." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, Andrew J. (I2603)
 
211 "He joined Lillard's 3rd Tennessee Mounted Infantry, Co. C." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, George W. (I2629)
 
212 "He lived much of his life in Murray County, Georgia." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, John Houston (I2604)
 
213 "He married Mary Polly Atchley. . ."


Martin Langston and Mary Atchley are reported as the parents of William Langston on his death certificate. 
Family F65
 
214 "He moved with his parents. . .in 1863 to Whitfield County, Georgia where they stayed briefly before settling at Spring Place, Murray County, Georgia 1864-1865." ROBERTS, Martin Lafayette (I1626)
 
215 "He owned 700 acres of land and had 13 slaves at the beginning of the Civil War." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, John Silas (I361)
 
216 "He owned a plantation on Muddy Creek." MORRISON, William (I909)
 
217 "He removed from Hall Co. Ga., c1820, to the Red River country (La.) where he drew land for nine in the family." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 594 MACKIE, William (I89)
 
218 "He served as a private in the 29th Tennessee Infantry of the C. S. A." -> Confederate Voices FERGUSON, Robert Cunningham (I2631)
 
219 "He was J. P. in Fayette Co., North Carolina and resigned from that office in 1785." -> Echoes in the Mist, p. 10 BURGIN, Benjamin (I1582)
 
220 "He was a good mechanic, both in wood and iron, as well as a good farmer." POWELL, George (I2251)
 
221 "He was a Greek scholar and taught in the Virginia schools." HOLMES, John (I4075)
 
222 "He was a member of the Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masons." HOLMES, John (I4075)
 
223 "He was chairman of the Polk County Quarterly Court and was a merchant in Benton." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, John Silas (I361)
 
224 "He was commissioned to build [Polk] county's first courthouse and was appointed trustee of the Ocoee Academy in 1840." -> Confederate Voices O'NEAL, John Silas (I361)
 
225 "He was later placed on the pension rolls of 1833 at a rate of $37.54 per annum. At that time, he was age 70. There was an affidavit from a fellow soldier, Michael Cline." WILFONG, John (I2301)
 
226 "He was with General Wheaton's Expedition in Lavit's Providence." WHITENER, William Adolphus (I1463)
 
227 "He [came] into Hawkins County, N.C. in 1783 and [is listed] on the accounts books of Capt.Thomas Amis trading post six miles out of Rogersville,N.C. Now Tn." HASKINS, John (I453)
 
228 "He, his brother-in-law James Bain (Bean), Methuselah Griffiths and sons, and others are ordered to construct a road from a ridge dividing the waters of New River from the waters of the South Branch of the Roanoke. This road would lead over the Blue Ridge Mountains. . .James Burk on the following day protested to the colonial administrator at Staunton. As a matter of fact, he protested so much and with such language, he was charged as a 'common swearer' in the Augusta Parish Registry Book. Later he was pronounced by a Grand Jury as a 'common swearer' and fined several pounds." BURK, James (I2336)
 
229 "Heinrich and Catherine Weidner would open the doors of hospitality for many other young men and women, who followed them to North Carolina: George Wilfong, Conrad Yoder, Michael Weidner, Jesse Robinson, Conrad Hildebrand, and many others. The road inland in the county from Sherrill's ford would be known as the 'road to Father Weidners' on maps and court records." -> Through Four Generations, p. 34 WEIDNER, George Heinrich (I1679)
 
230 "Henry Whitener, Sr" (73) was enumerated as head of household. He is the only male. The household also includes two females, likely Mary Catherine (Mull) (57) and possibly Mary Ann (36). WEIDNER, George Heinrich (I1679)
 
231 "Henry Whitener, Sr" (73) was enumerated as head of household. He is the only male. The household also includes two females, likely Mary Catherine (Mull) (57) and possibly Mary Ann (36). MULL, Catherina (I1678)
 
232 "Henry Whitener, Sr" (73) was enumerated as head of household. He is the only male. The household also includes two females, likely Mary Catherine (Mull) (57) and possibly Mary Ann (36). WHITENER, Mary Ann (I1757)
 
233 "Hense Patterson was once a widely known citizen of the northern-most section of the county. . .The father of Jackie Patterson (probably named John) moved into a cabin at the present Bud Jones place as soon as the Indians moved out. . .Besides Jackie, there were Sam, Josh, and Hiram Patterson. . .Hense Chapman, a brother-in-law to Jackie. . ." -> Annals of Upper Gilmer PATTERSON, John (I2514)
 
234 "Hickory was established by Henry Weidner who migrated to the region from Montgomery Pennsylvania. In 1750, along with his brother-in-law he acquired a land grant which included thousands of acres of land. During the 1790's Henry Robinson built a tavern located under an enormous hickory tree in the northwest portion of Catawba County." -> Hickory, North Carolina Facts WEIDNER, George Heinrich (I1679)
 
235 "Hiram Searcey" (54) appeared as head of household. He was a farmer and he owned no real estate. He was born in North Carolina. Other household members included Anna (45), Joel E. (22), Lovina E. (19), William O. (16), Harvy G. (14), Milly E. (12), Martha A. (9), Hiram W. (6), and Mary C. (4). SEARCY, Hiram W. (I1539)
 
236 "His first wife died about 1879, and he was later married again." Family F1165
 
237 "His pension application shows that he died 1 Feb 1836. His final pension check was returned with a note that it should be made payable to his heir Lewis Burk. BURK, John (I1140)
 
238 "Historical records (newspaper accounts) document that David Butler was a cousin of John Marion Quarles, also a grandson of John Quarles/Frances Winters. This also ties Rhoda Quarles to the John Quarles/Frances Winters family. I believe David Quarles (John Marion's father) and Rhoda were brother & sister." QUARLES, John Marion (I1048)
 
239 "I believe David Quarles (John Marion's father) and Rhoda were brother & sister." QUARLES, David (I2410)
 
240 "Icy Sharp" (29) appeared in the household of "F. M. Kendrick" (75) as his daughter. She was born in Georgia, and both parents in Tennessee. The household also includes "Barba" (66). KENDRICK, Icy S. (I1790)
 
241 "If this is John M. Butler, son of James and Rhoda, I believe this same individual is found in the roster of Company B, 40th Georgia Infantry Regiment, known as the Bartow Sentinels. The enlistment date is March 4, 1862 and no further data is available." BUTLER, John M. (I1074)
 
242 "In 1780 he served under Lt. Col. Robert Holmes and Colonel Frederick Hambright at the seige of Charleston. Most of these troops returned home just before the fall of Charleston in May 1780.

Under Colonel Hugh Brevard, of Burke County, Lytle served as a company commander and was at King's Mountain, but did not participate in the battle."
--> Emmett White book

Captain, Brevard's NC Legion --> tombstone 
LYTLE, Captain Thomas (I1591)
 
243 "In 1831 there was a motion passed in the Indiana General Assembly wherein a motion was passed that the governor be requested to send a copy of the memorial to the senators and representatives of the state requesting their assistance in helping John Burk of Wayne County obtain a pension for his service. In 1832 John applied for and obtained a Rev War soldier's pension in Wayne County." BURK, John (I1140)
 
244 "In 1840, the Reverend William Ellis, then a resident of Gilmer County, Georgia, stated that he was a son of James Ellis and a grandson of the soldier, Walter Ellis." ELLIS, Reverend William Austin (I2378)
 
245 "In 1903, he applied for a Confederate pension. He stated on the application that he had six children but none of them were able to help support him. He also stated that his wife was in bad health and was no longer able to take in laundry to help with their support. His attorney stated that David was in 'very bad condition' and any help would be thankfully received, but if David was not entitled to help, he didn't want it. The pension was denied because his Company was incorrectly stated on the application and officials were unable to verify his military service." LANKFORD, David N. (I2623)
 
246 "In 1946, he was elected to the House of Representatives but died of a heart attack. . .before he could take office." WHITENER, William Adolphus (I1463)
 
247 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." ATCHLEY, Mary (I4074)
 
248 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." MUIRHEAD, Enoch (I4076)
 
249 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." HOLMES, William (I4095)
 
250 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." MUIRHEAD, George (I4100)
 
251 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." MUIRHEAD, Eli (I4101)
 
252 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." MUIRHEAD, Mary (I4102)
 
253 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." MUIRHEAD, Ruth (I4103)
 
254 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." HOLMES, Joshua (I4104)
 
255 "In about 1790, this family emigrated from near Winchester, in Frederick County, VA. to this [Pulaski] county, in what was then Montgomery County, Va. They settled at the mouth of Peake Creek on New River, about eight miles below this town [Pulaski City]." HOLMES, Alexander (I4105)
 
256 "In Burke County Court for January 1810, Peter Sr and Jr were both mentioned in regards to a road 'Ordered by the court that the following persons be a Jury to View and alter the road if expedient from the corner of Peter Stroud Junr Field to the upper end of Peter Stroud Senr Plantation on the road from Rutherford to the mouth of Buck creak to wit, Thomas Green, William Green, William Green, Junr, John Mitchell, John Keller, Peter Stroud Jr, Peter Stroud Senr, James Patton, Joseph Richy, Mathew Mashburn, William Carson, Robert Hoodg [or possibly Moody or Woody], James Armstrong, Joseph Wilson, Thomas Morrison, James Hix, William Mashburn and report thereof.' April 14, the jury reported that it had 'met and found a road past Peter Strouds field.'" STROUD, Peter (I1571)
 
257 "In Burke County Court for January 1810, Peter Sr and Jr were both mentioned in regards to a road 'Ordered by the court that the following persons be a Jury to View and alter the road if expedient from the corner of Peter Stroud Junr Field to the upper end of Peter Stroud Senr Plantation on the road from Rutherford to the mouth of Buck creak to wit, Thomas Green, William Green, William Green, Junr, John Mitchell, John Keller, Peter Stroud Jr, Peter Stroud Senr, James Patton, Joseph Richy, Mathew Mashburn, William Carson, Robert Hoodg [or possibly Moody or Woody], James Armstrong, Joseph Wilson, Thomas Morrison, James Hix, William Mashburn and report thereof.' April 14, the jury reported that it had 'met and found a road past Peter Strouds field.'" STROUD, Peter (I2150)
 
258 "In January 1780, Hemphill joined a mounted rifle company commanded by Capt. Robert Patton. Hemphill served as lietenant. In early April, the company then began a march toward Charleston, S. C., then under partial siege by the British. They arrived at Monck's Corner, South Carolina, coming under the combined command of Gen. Isaac Huger. The day after they arrived, in a pre-dawn, the British completely routed and dispersed the Americans (April 14, 1780). By this action, the encirclement of Charleston was completed. Patton, Hemphill, and the remnants of their command later joined in with the the mounted troops of Col. William Washington, remained at Camden for a while, and then marched to Cross Creek. At Cross Creek, they came under the command of Col. Charles McDowell. Col. McDowell and his troops marched back toward Charlotte and eventually to Lincoln County.

Hemphill and his men, being mounted, advanced quickly into Burke County. He, in the meantime, had received a Captain's Commission, and began to organize a company at Burke Court House. From Burke Court House, he and his company marched to Ramsour's Mill and took part in that battle, June 20, 1780. Afterwards, Hemphill and his men accompanied the McDowells in the S. C. skirmishes in the summer of 1780 and in the King's Mountain campaign that followed." 
HEMPHILL, Captain Thomas (I1834)
 
259 "In the early 40's, Dock and his family moved to Ellijay, GA. Dock owned several pool halls and bowling alleys in North Georgia and Tennessee." WHITENER, William Adolphus (I1463)
 
260 "In the late 1780's, Peter Stroud moved with his parents from Orange County to Burke County and settled in the Muddy Creek region (now McDowell County)." STROUD, Peter (I1571)
 
261 "In the [Caswell County] Deed Books, it states on October 13, 1783, Moses Parker owns 200 acres adj. to Walter Ellis in Caswell County." ELLIS, Walter (I2104)
 
262 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2
 
263 "It appears that Mary's maiden name was Parker, and Moses Parker was her brother. Moses lived next to Walter and Mary in NC and moved to Georgia when they did. Walter was appointed Guardian to Moses's daughter, Mary, after Moses died."

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~lynda77/we2.htm 
PARKER, Mary (I2103)
 
264 "it is evident that he raised cattle, as the Inferior Court Minutes of Rowan County, North Carolina, for August 9, 1771 reveal that James Hemphill registered his mark as 'a Crop in the Left Eare and a Swallowfork in the Right Eare' and his brand as "H on the Left Sholder and Butock.'" HEMPHILL, James (I1838)
 
265 "It was in [the Fourth Creek settlement] that James Hemphill, planter, on April 24, 1756, purchased 226 acres of land from Michael Dickson, weaver, for the 'sum of Fifteen Pounds current Bills of North Carolina' and subject to the annual rent to be paid to Earl Granville. (Rowan Deek Bk. 30, p. 17)." HEMPHILL, James (I1838)
 
266 "J. B. Butter" (39) appeared as head of household. The family lived on a farm, which they owned, free and clear. He and both parents were born in Georgia. The household included his wife, Maud (36) and their children: Floyd (12), J. B. (10), George (8), Edna (6), Luke (4), and John (2). He was a general farmer. BUTLER, James Benjamin (I1521)
 
267 "Jacob Dellinger who lived on Buffalo Creek was the son of Henry and Johanna (Rudisill) Dellinger." DELLINGER, Jacob (I291)
 
268 "James 'Birk' and Lucretia, of Cumberland County, North Carolina, deed to Thomas Walker of Albemarle for 40 pounds, 100 acres on Goose Creek adjacent William Campbel's line. Witnesses were William Ingles, James Bane, John Hawkins and the document was delivered by Thomas Madison on 11 March 1763." BURK, James (I2336)
 
269 "James 'Birk' and Lucretia, of Cumberland County, North Carolina, deed to Thomas Walker of Albemarle for 40 pounds, 100 acres on Goose Creek adjacent William Campbel's line. Witnesses were William Ingles, James Bane, John Hawkins and the document was delivered by Thomas Madison on 11 March 1763." REES, Lucretia (I2446)
 
270 "James Alexander married Miss Nancy Foster. . ." -> History of South Carolina
8 Sep 1814, he married Nancy Foster -> Asheville and Buncombe County 
Family F1046
 
271 "James and family emigrated to Fannin County, Georgia in 1850." - > Facets of Fannin, p. 324 GERMAN, Nancy (I3204)
 
272 "James Burk deeded 117 acres to James Bane, part of a tract patented to Burk, 20th September 1748, on Goose Creek, a branch of the Roanoke River." BURK, James (I2336)
 
273 "James Burk was deeded 440 acres in Rowan County, North Carolina. This land is located on both sides of Joseph?s Creek and extends north along the west bank of the Yadkin River. This creek is now thought to be the Forbush Creek, in present-day eastern Yadkin County." BURK, James (I2336)
 
274 "James Debord voluntarily and on his own accord in open court acknowledged himself willing to serve Lt. Col. William Loyd [Lloyd], his present Master, or his assegns, half a year after his time of indenture, or Custom, shall be expired. Whereupon this court have ordered the same to be done accordingly."
Agency:Old Rappahannock County Court session 
DEBOARDE, James (I1743)
 
275 "James P. Foster" (55) appeared as head of household. He was born Aug 1844. He and both parents were born in Georgia. He was a farmer. He and Martha A. (33) had been married 11 years. The household included Magnola (6), Claud C. (4), Cattie V. (2), and George W. (1/12).

James' mother, Anie, appeared three households up, and his sister, Mary, appeared four households up. 
FORRESTER, James Polk (I1882)
 
276 "Jane Lytle" was enumerated in the household of Thomas Lytle (62). Her age is given as 62 and her birthplace as North Carolina. Other household members include William (24), Jane (27), and William Cordray (25). MCENTIRE, Jennie (I25)
 
277 "Jane Lytle" was enumerated in the household of Thomas Lytle, Sr. (73). Her age is given as 73, occupation as Keeping House and birthplace as North Carolina. Other household members include John P (18), Rosa J (16), Martha (14), George (12), and Mary (10). MCENTIRE, Jennie (I25)
 
278 "Jas Hemphill" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 16+, four males under 16, and four females (one is likely Elizabeth Patton). The only children I have belonging to James and Elizabeth are William, 10, and Thomas and James, ages unknown. They are likely part of the household. HEMPHILL, James Jr. (I1553)
 
279 "Jas Hemphill" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 16+, four males under 16, and four females (one is likely Elizabeth Patton). The only children I have belonging to James and Elizabeth are William, 10, and Thomas and James, ages unknown. They are likely part of the household. HEMPHILL, Thomas (I850)
 
280 "Jas Hemphill" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 16+, four males under 16, and four females (one is likely Elizabeth Patton). The only children I have belonging to James and Elizabeth are William, 10, and Thomas and James, ages unknown. They are likely part of the household. HEMPHILL, James (I851)
 
281 "Jas Hemphill" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 16+, four males under 16, and four females (one is likely Elizabeth Patton). The only children I have belonging to James and Elizabeth are William, 10, and Thomas and James, ages unknown. They are likely part of the household. HEMPHILL, William (I1551)
 
282 "Jas Hemphill" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 16+, four males under 16, and four females (one is likely Elizabeth Patton). The only children I have belonging to James and Elizabeth are William, 10, and Thomas and James, ages unknown. They are likely part of the household. PATTON, Elizabeth (I1552)
 
283 "Jenet b 5 Oct 1794" -> Genealogical Abstracts
Jenet sic. Mackie -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 citing pension claim
Jane -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597

Relationship to parents*Named as a child of Samuel Mackie and Mary Clark -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 citing pension claim 
MACKIE, Janet (I1420)
 
284 "Jim Hemphill of Dalton. . ." HEMPHILL, James Young (I1792)
 
285 "Jim Hemphill, of Dalton" HEMPHILL, James Young (I1792)
 
286 "John Alexander and his son James were members of the first company of white men to settle in the present western part of North Carolina." -> History of South Carolina

 
ALEXANDER, John (I1609)
 
287 "John Alexander and his son James were members of the first company of white men to settle in the present western part of North Carolina." -> History of South Carolina ALEXANDER, James Sr. (I1605)
 
288 "John and George moved their families as well as the widow and two children of Robert to Rowan County, North Carolina" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, Rachel (I1608)
 
289 "John and George moved their families as well as the widow and two children of Robert to Rowan County, North Carolina" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, John (I1615)
 
290 "John and George moved their families as well as the widow and two children of Robert to Rowan County, North Carolina" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, Major William (I2321)
 
291 "John and George moved their families as well as the widow and two children of Robert to Rowan County, North Carolina" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, Colonel Samuel (I2322)
 
292 "John and George moved their families as well as the widow and two children of Robert to Rowan County, North Carolina" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, George (I4169)
 
293 "John and George moved their families as well as the widow and two children of Robert to Rowan County, North Carolina" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe WIFE OF ROBERT DAVIDSON, Unknown (I4171)
 
294 "John and Rebecca were probably married around 1812 in North Carolina." -> The Heritage of Bradley County Family F64
 
295 "John b 3 Sep 1804" -> Genealogical Abstracts
8 Sep 1804 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 
MACKIE, John (I1426)
 
296 "JOHN BEAMER, dtd 1880, p. 71
Wife: Jane. Ch: Priscilla, Nancy, Henry, Phillip, Sitne Ann Hogan, Jane Hogan, Naomi Roberts (wife of Lorenzo Dow Roberts). Wits: Thomas Cleary, A. I. Cleary, Elias Couch."
Murray Co. WB 2 (1872 1922) 
BEAMER, Naomi (I623)
 
297 "John Burgan Esqr" was enumerated as head of household and one of two males aged 45+ (the 2nd is unidentified). Other household members include one male under 10 (likely Alney, 6), 3 males aged 10-15 (likely Albertis, 14, Merritt, 10,and Robert, 12), one male aged 16 to 18 (Jesse 17), one male aged 16 to 25 (Jesse 17), one female under 10 (likely Elizabeth, 3), one female aged 10-16 (likely Leah, 15), and 1 female aged 26 to 45 (likely Elizabeth Mann Burgin). Nine household members were engaged in agriculture. The household also included 4 male slaves aged 14 to 25, 1 male slave aged 26 to 44, 1 female slave under 14, and 1 female slave aged 14 to 25. BURGIN, John (I1579)
 
298 "John Burgan Esqr" was enumerated as head of household and one of two males aged 45+ (the 2nd is unidentified). Other household members include one male under 10 (likely Alney, 6), 3 males aged 10-15 (likely Albertis, 14, Merritt, 10,and Robert, 12), one male aged 16 to 18 (unidentified), one male aged 16 to 25 (likely John, Jr., 21), one female under 10 (likely Elizabeth, 3), one female aged 10-16 (likely Leah, 15), and 1 female aged 26 to 45 (likely Elizabeth Mann Burgin). Nine household members were engaged in agriculture. The household also included 4 male slaves aged 14 to 25, 1 male slave aged 26 to 44, 1 female slave under 14, and 1 female slave aged 14 to 25. MANN, Elizabeth (I1578)
 
299 "John Burk married 'Ailse Sebastin' in Wilkes County, NC on 6 Jun 1781, bondsman Henry Carter, witness Geo Wheatley. Source: Ancestry.com database 'North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868.' John's pension application file contains a 1936 request for information about his service which includes the following statement: 'His wife was Alcy Robinson who was first married to _____ Sebastian.' A Sebastian researcher states he has a 1972 genealogical book giving her maiden name as Alise Sebastian, sister or daughter of Bejamin Sebastian." Family F935
 
300 "John C. was an invalid and lived with his brother [James L.] until his death Oct. 15, 1860 and is buried at Sumach." -> Murray County Heritage MCENTIRE, John Cunningham (I30)
 
301 "John Debard" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes two males under 10 (James 2, Edward 7), one male 10-15 (George 15), one male 26-44 (John 40), four females under 10 (Elizabeth 4, Holly 5, Anna 6, Martha 9), two females 10-15 (Priscilla 11, Rhoda 13), one female 26-44 (Martha), and one female 45+ (possibly Martha's mother). DEBORD, John (I1737)
 
302 "John Debard" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes two males under 10 (James 2, Edward 7), one male 10-15 (George 15), one male 26-44 (John 40), four females under 10 (Elizabeth 4, Holly 5, Anna 6, Martha 9), two females 10-15 (Priscilla 11, Rhoda 13), one female 26-44 (Martha), and one female 45+ (possibly Martha's mother). DEBORD, Anna (I1538)
 
303 "John Debard" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes two males under 10 (James 2, Edward 7), one male 10-15 (George 15), one male 26-44 (John 40), four females under 10 (Elizabeth 4, Holly 5, Anna 6, Martha 9), two females 10-15 (Priscilla 11, Rhoda 13), one female 26-44 (Martha), and one female 45+ (possibly Martha's mother). EDWARDS, Martha (I1736)
 
304 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HEMPHILL, John Edward (I1514)
 
305 "John Mackie of Franklin Co. Ga. a deed sg. 20 Jan 1802 to Wm. Mackie of Elbert Co. original grant of 318 a. to John Mackey sic.
29 Jan 1792
Wit: David Clark, Samuel Mackey sic. John Mackie/S/
Recorded 3 Aug 1804. (Franklin Co. Ga: D-94)." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 594 
MACKIE, John (I87)
 
306 "John Mackie of Franklin Co. Ga. a deed sg. 20 Jan 1802 to Wm. Mackie of Elbert Co. original grant of 318 a. to John Mackey sic.
29 Jan 1792
Wit: David Clark, Samuel Mackey sic. John Mackie/S/
Recorded 3 Aug 1804. (Franklin Co. Ga: D-94)." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 594 
MACKIE, William (I89)
 
307 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). QUALLS, John (I2403)
 
308 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). QUALLS, Rhoda (I1532)
 
309 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). WINTERS, Frances (I2404)
 
310 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). QUARLES, John (I2407)
 
311 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). QUARLES, Joseph (I2408)
 
312 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). QUARLES, Mary (I2409)
 
313 "John Quals" was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male under five (likely David, 1), one male five to 10 (likely Joseph, 7), one male 10 to 15 (likely John, 12), one male 50 to 60 (likely John, 55), two females 5 to 10 (likely Rhoda, 5, and Mary, 9), and one female 30 to 40 (likely Frances Winters, 32). QUARLES, David (I2410)
 
314 "John Quarles" is enumerated. The household includes 1 male 26-45 (John) and 1 female 10-16. [the census page is 218; Frances Winters' father is enumerated on page 217.] QUALLS, John (I2403)
 
315 "John Robards" was enumerated as in the household of "John Robards." His age is given as 14 and his birthplace as Tennessee. He attended school within the year. Other household members include Rebecca (54), "Money" (male, 21), Posey (male, 20), Marion (16), Harnett (16), and Mary J (12). ROBERTS, John M Jr. (I2472)
 
316 "John Simpkins obtained a patent for 200 acres of land on Falling River in Brunswick (Lunenburg) County, Virginia." SIMPKINS, John (I2793)
 
317 "John Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. He is likely the male aged 60 to 70. The household also includes 1 male under 5 (likely Davidson, 6), 1 male age 5 to 9 (likely Phillip 7), 3 males age 10 to 14 (likely Michael 11, Martin 13, and Alfred 15), 1 male 15 to 19 (likely Abraham 18), 1 female under 5 (likely Margaret Caroline 2) 1 female 5 to 9 (likely Susannah), and 1 female 40 to 50 (likely Margaret Dellinger 43). Five household members were engaged in agriculture. They had no slaves. WHITENER, John (Johannes) D. Wilfong (I1541)
 
318 "John Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. He is likely the male aged 60 to 70. The household also includes 1 male under 5 (likely Davidson, 6), 1 male age 5 to 9 (likely Phillip 7), 3 males age 10 to 14 (likely Michael 11, Martin 13, and Alfred 15), 1 male 15 to 19 (likely Abraham 18), 1 female under 5 (likely Margaret Caroline 2) 1 female 5 to 9 (likely Susannah), and 1 female 40 to 50 (likely Margaret Dellinger 43). Five household members were engaged in agriculture. They had no slaves. WHITENER, Phillip B. (I1529)
 
319 "John Whitener" was enumerated as head of household. He is likely the male aged 60 to 70. The household also includes 1 male under 5 (likely Davidson, 6), 1 male age 5 to 9 (likely Phillip 7), 3 males age 10 to 14 (likely Michael 11, Martin 13, and Alfred 15), 1 male 15 to 19 (likely Abraham 18), 1 female under 5 (likely Margaret Caroline 2) 1 female 5 to 9 (likely Susannah), and 1 female 40 to 50 (likely Margaret Dellinger 43). Five household members were engaged in agriculture. They had no slaves. DELLINGER, Margaret (I1540)
 
320 "John Wilfong applied for Revolutionary War pension in Lincoln Co., N. C. in 1808 for disability from wounds received at Kings Mountain. Awarded $2.00 per month." WILFONG, John (I2301)
 
321 "John Wilfong entered military service in late August or early September, 1780 as a volunteer militiaman in Captain John Sigmon's Company of Colonel Charles McDowell's Regiment. They marched to Burke Courthouse and then to Cane Creek where a small skirmish occurred on September 12, 1780. Afterwards, they went to the Watauga Settlements with the remnants of McDowell's troops. They were joined by the men of Colonel Shelby and Colonel Sevier and marched back to Burke County. Wilfong fought in the Battle of Kings Mountain and received a wound in the left arm caused by a musket ball.

He next volunteered as a ten-months continental soldier in mid July, 1781. He served in Captain Cowan's Company of Colonel Samuel Hammond's S. C. Regiment. They marched from Lincoln Co., N. C. to near Augusta, Ga. and from there to the mid S. C. region joining the Army of General Nathaniel Greene. He took part in the Battle of Eutaw Springs (Sept. 8, 1781). In his pension statements, he mentioned the capture of Colonel William Washington by the British.

In March 1782, he fought against the Cherokees, serving in Captain Jesse Johnson's Company. This completed his tours of duty." 
WILFONG, John (I2301)
 
322 "John Word" (48) appeared as head of household. He was a farmer with real estate valued at $2,000 and a personal estate valued at $405 (neighborhood averages were $275 and $133, respectively). The household included Martha J. (18), John (1/12), John Butler (15), and Berry Griffin (20).

A "J. Butler" three households up may be Martha and John Butler's brother, James Evan. 
WARD, John (I1075)
 
323 "Lavina" Whitener (49) appeared as head of household. She was widowed and her occupation was keeping house. She and both parents were born in North Carolina. Other household members included Laura (21), Davis B (18), and Octavia (13).

Levina's mother, Anna Debord, lived two houses up and her son, William Whitener, lived three houses up. 
SEARCY, Levina J. (I1528)
 
324 "Leander P." Lytle appeared on the 1870 census in Thomas Y. Lytle's (26) household. He is 55 years old and a farm laborer. The household also includes Eliza A (22), Alvis W. (1), Elmira (60), and Thomas Hatcheson (23). LYTLE, Leander Perkins (I1997)
 
325 "Lettie West" is reported as William's wife on his death certificate. Family F412
 
326 "Lillian O" (6m) appeared on the 1900 census in the household of her parents, "Monteville E" (21) and "Louella" (17). She and both parents were born in Georgia. ROBERTS, Lillian Otho (I684)
 
327 "lived in Atlanta, Georgia" -> The Heritage of Bradley County ROBERTS, Grady M. (I789)
 
328 "lived in Atlanta, Georgia" -> The Heritage of Bradley County FERRELL, Mae (I790)
 
329 "lived in southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland until about 1740" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, John (I1615)
 
330 "lived in southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland until about 1740" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, George (I4169)
 
331 "lived in southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland until about 1740" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe DAVIDSON, Robert (I4170)
 
332 "lived in Virginia" -> The Heritage of Bradley County ROBERTS, Lewis (I776)
 
333 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3730)
 
334 "Living in King and Queen County [Virginia] in 1760." QUARLES, James (I48)
 
335 "Loranzo must have died before 1860 as Catherine was recorded as head of household on Bradley County census of 1860." ROBERTS, Loranza Dow (I2466)
 
336 "Loranzy D Roberts" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, "Naoma" and children, William H., Judson C., Henry, "Nanie M." ROBERTS, Loranza Dow (I1878)
 
337 "Loranzy D Roberts" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, "Naoma" and children, William H., Judson C., Henry, "Nanie M." BEAMER, Naomi (I623)
 
338 "Loranzy D Roberts" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, "Naoma" and children, William H., Judson C., Henry, "Nanie M." ROBERTS, William Hardin (I625)
 
339 "Loranzy D Roberts" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, "Naoma" and children, William H., Judson C., Henry, "Nanie M." ROBERTS, Judson C. (I753)
 
340 "Loranzy D Roberts" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, "Naoma" and children, William H., Judson C., Henry, "Nanie M." ROBERTS, Nannie Mayme (I758)
 
341 "Lorenzo" was enumerated in the household of Monteville Roberts in Militia District 984. His age is given as 15. His occupation is farm laborer. His birthplace is given as Tennessee. Other household members include Mariah (36), George W. (19), Martin L. (17), William H. (12), Edward (8), and Salina Slaughter (aunt, 59). ROBERTS, Loranza Dow (I1878)
 
342 "Louella" (17) appeared in the household of her husband, "Monteville E." Roberts (21). She had given birth to one child, which was still living. Her birthplace and both parents' is reported as Georgia. She can read and write. The household included their daughter, Lillian O. (6m). ADAIR, Frances Louella (I683)
 
343 "Louiza" Lankford (1) appeared in the household of "White H." (34) as his daughter. She was born Jun 1898. She and her mother were born in Georgia and her father in Tennessee. The household included Luella (36), Rossie E. (12), John A. (10), Newton (9), Charlie (6), Lillie (4), Sarah (8m); and Wyatt's nephew "White H." (17). The family lived on a farm, which they owned free and clear. They lived next door to Wyatt's sister, Leaty West, and her family. LANKFORD, Louise (I1229)
 
344 "Loula" M. (6) appeared in the household of David S. Butler (45) as his daughter. She was born Mar 1894 and was single. She and both parents were born in Georgia. The household also included Malinda J. (40), James (19), Callie (17), Rosa (15), Belle (12), Clara J. (9), William (8), Burgin (4m). The family lived on a farm, which Dave owned free and clear. BUTLER, Lula Maude (I1865)
 
345 "Lovina E." (19) appeared in the household of "Hiram Searcey" (54). She is reported as a male farmer. She was born in North Carolina and had attended school during the year. Other household members included Anna (45), Joel E. (22), William O. (16), Harvy G. (14), Milly E. (12), Martha A. (9), Hiram W. (6), and Mary C. (4). SEARCY, Levina J. (I1528)
 
346 "Lucile" (1m) appeared in the household of F. T. Kendrick (43) as his daughter. She and both parents were born in Georgia. The household included Lizzie (33) and Roy (1). KENDRICK, Frances Lucille (I1656)
 
347 "Lucinda C." (6) appeared in the household of Thomas Kindrick (36). She was born in Tennessee. Other household members included Mahala (38), Francis M. (14), William J. (14), Sarah M. (12), Mary J. (10), Elenor A. (8), and Tempy J. (1).

They lived four households down from Thomas' sister, Elizabeth Oneill. 
KENDRICK, Lucinda Callie (I2362)
 
348 "Lula" (8) appeared in the household of William Whitener (44) as his daughter. She was born Jun 1891. She and both parents were born in Georgia. She was at school. The household included Mary (34), Avery (23), Maud (13), "Bular" (10), John A. (7), and "Due Ric" (1). The family lived on a farm, which was rented. WHITENER, Minnie Louise (I1772)
 
349 "Lunenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 4, pages 320-321, 4 February 1754 ? John Lawson, Jonas Lawson and Barclay Lawson of Lunenburg County to Thomas Watkins of same county for 30 pounds, 143 acres in Lunenburg County on north side of Falling River where John Lawson?s father, William Lawson did live. Signed John (X) Lawson, Jonas (X) Lawson and Barclay (X) Lawson. Wit: Michael Pruit, Thompson Harris and George Pendleton. Recorded 2 April 1754." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
350 "Lunenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 4, pages 320-321, 4 February 1754 ? John Lawson, Jonas Lawson and Barclay Lawson of Lunenburg County to Thomas Watkins of same county for 30 pounds, 143 acres in Lunenburg County on north side of Falling River where John Lawson?s father, William Lawson did live. Signed John (X) Lawson, Jonas (X) Lawson and Barclay (X) Lawson. Wit: Michael Pruit, Thompson Harris and George Pendleton. Recorded 2 April 1754." LAWSON, William (I2792)
 
351 "Lunenburg County, Virginia Order Book 2 1/2b, page 615, April Court 1754. An Indenture of Bargain of Sale between John Lawson, Jonas Lawson and Barcley Lawson of the one part and Thomas Watkins of the other part is acknowledge by the said John Lawson, which is order to be recorded and the same is proved by the oaths of two of the subscribing witnesses thereto to be the Act Deed of the said Jonas and Barcley which is ordered to be certified." LAWSON, Bartholomew (I153)
 
352 "Lydia C." (81) appeared in the household of James West (52) as his mother. She was the homemaker. They did not own a radio. She was a widow. She could read and write. She and her mother were born in Tennessee and her father in the United States. The household included a servant, Ira Williamson (18). They lived on a rented farm. LANKFORD, Leaty Caroline (I363)
 
353 "M Roberts" (35) appeared as head of household on the 1860 census in District 6, Hamilton County, Tennessee. He is a blacksmith. His estate is valued at $4000 and his personal estate at $500. His birthplace is Tennessee. Other household members include Mariah (26), Go. (9), Martin (8), Loranza (5), William (3), and G.W. Langston (20). ROBERTS, Monteville (I1628)
 
354 "M. L. Hemphill, of Akron, Ohio" HEMPHILL, Martin Lafayette (I1793)
 
355 "MACKIE, THOMAS - Page 19 - To wife Rosannah one third of the plantation on which I live for life, the other two thirds to sons John and William during her life, at her death all to fall to son John. To wife Rosannah a slave Hager, at her death to dau. Martha Fleming. To sons Samuel and William slaves Cat, Isaac, Joan, and Jan. To daus. Rachel Strickland, Mary Hemphill, and Rosannah Temple $5.00 each. My clothes to Thos. Becxcy. John and Samuel Mackie, Excrs. Signed July 23, 1796. Rec. April 2, 1797. Samuel Hopkins, Elijah Hopkins, Test."
"The will of Thomas Mackie is recorded in Elbert Co. Ga. (B-19), and was sg 22 July 1796 pr 2 Apr 1797, naming his w. Rosannah and chn (listed in accordance with will):
2. John Mackie, Exor. (Killed 1802),
3. Wm. Mackie,
4. Samuel Mackie, Exor.
5. Marthew Fleamin sic & her chn. Janit & Rosanah,
6. Rachel Strickland
7. Rosannah Templeton,
8. Mary Hemphill
To: Thomas Brexey "My Cloase" (s.i.l.)
To: Janet Brexey "1 Cow" (Grd-dtr) 
MACKIE, Thomas (I1836)
 
356 "Manerva" (13) appeared in the household of John S. O'Neal (41). She was born in Tennessee and had attended school during the year. The household included Elizabeth (37), William H. (20), James H. (15), Richard J. (12), Martin V. (10), Geo. W. (9), Andrew J. (6), John H. (5), Martha C. (2), and Robt. N. (7/12). O'NEAL, Minerva Jane (I2628)
 
357 "Margaret Curtis Stroud was not found on the 1860 census, so she probably died in the 1850-1860 time-frame. I originally though she died in McDowell County, but someone pointed out that there is a tombstone in the Carter Cemetery in Towns County, Georgia next to her son Peter Grayson Stroud (1807) which says "Mother of Peter Stroud" with no dates." CURTIS, Margaret (I1570)
 
358 "Margaret Stroud, widow of Peter Stroud, late of Burke sold land to Thomas Green. Witnesses were Gardner Stearns and Joshua Curtis. Margaret signed with a mark. (McDowell Co, NC Deed Book 1 page 296)."
"Margaret Stroud, widow of Peter Stroud, late of Burke sold land to Thomas Green. Witnesses were Gardner Stearns and Joshua Curtis. Margaret signed with a mark. (McDowell Co, NC Deed Book 1 page 296)." 
CURTIS, Margaret (I1570)
 
359 "Margaret Whitner" was enumerated as head of household. Her age is given as 65 and her occupation as housekeeper. The value of her real estate is 600 and her personal estate is 150. Her birthplace is given as North Carolina. The household includes James Holt (10) (a grandson?). Her son Alfred and family live next door. DELLINGER, Margaret (I1540)
 
360 "Maria" (47) appeared in the household of Monteville Roberts as his wife. Her occupation was keeping house. She and both parents were born in Tennessee. Other household members include "Wm" (22), and Mary E. (18). (Martin Roberts', Edward Roberts', and Loranza Roberts' households are on the same page.) LANGSTON, Mariah M. (I1629)
 
361 "Marian" (21) appeared in the household of William West as his son. He was single and a day laborer. His birthdate was reported as August 1878. He was born in Tennessee, his father in South Carolina, and his mother in Georgia. Other household members included Letha C. (40), James (32), Lizzie (15), and Robert (12). The family lived on a farm, which they owned free and clear. They lived next door to Leaty's brother, Wyatt Lankford, and his family. WEST, William Marion (I368)
 
362 "Marion Robards" was enumerated as in the household of "John Robards." His age is given as 18 and his birthplace as Tennessee. He attended school within the year. Other household members include Rebecca (54), "Money" (male, 21), Posey (male, 20), Harnett (16), John (14), and Mary J (12). ROBERTS, Martin Marion (I2471)
 
363 "Married Elizabeth Dysart 1782. They were married in Mecklenburg Co., N.C." Family F488
 
364 "Marth Deboard" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 20-30 (likely Elisha 22, William 25, Thomas 28), one female 10-15 (?), one female 30-40 (likely Holly 35), one female 60-70 (Martha) and no slaves. EDWARDS, Martha (I1736)
 
365 "Martha McEntire" was enumerated as head of household. She is the free white female aged 45 and upward. The household also includes two free white males under ten (likely William 8 and James 11), one free white male aged 10 to 15 (likely John 13), one free white male aged 16 to 18 (likely Joseph), one free white male 16 to 25 (again, Joseph), one free white female under ten (likely Rebecca), one free white female 10 to 15 (likely Nancy 15), and one free white female aged 16 to 25 (likely Martha 20). Four members of the household are engaged in agriculture. There are also two male slaves under fourteen, two male slaves aged 14 to 26, two male slaves 26 to 44, four female slaves under fourteen, and two female slaves 26 to 45. HEMPHILL, Martha (I1602)
 
366 "Martin Hemphill of Akron, Ohio. . ." HEMPHILL, Martin Lafayette (I1793)
 
367 "Martin Roberts" (8) appeared on the 1860 census in District 6, Hamilton County, Tennessee in the household of "M. Roberts". He was born in Tennessee and attended school within the year. Other household members include Mariah (26), George (9), Loranza (5), William (3), and G.W. Langston (20). ROBERTS, Martin Lafayette (I1626)
 
368 "Martin sold part of the 400 acres on Leepers Creek, where he, Martin, then lived to Michael Rudisal, his son in law." RUDISILL, Johann Michael (I287)
 
369 "Mary b 9 Nov 1796" -> Genealogical Abstracts
9 Nov 1796 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 citing pension claim 
MACKIE, Mary (I1421)
 
370 "Mary b. November 9, 1796 m. Adarine." -> Rev War Soldiers of Burke County
m. Adarine -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 
Family F797
 
371 "Mary E." (18) appeared in the household of Monteville Roberts as his daughter-in-law. Her occupation was "at home." She and both parents were born in Georgia. Other household members include "Maria" (47), and "Wm" (22). HENDERSON, Mary Elizabeth (I1873)
 
372 "Mary J Robards" was enumerated as in the household of "John Robards." Her age is given as 12 and her birthplace as Tennessee. She attended school within the year. Other household members include Rebecca (54), "Money" (male, 21), Posey (male, 20), Marion (16), Harnett (16), and John (14). ROBERTS, Mary Jane (I2473)
 
373 "Mary J." (10) appeared in the household of Thomas Kindrick (36). She was born in Tennessee and had attended school during the year. Other household members included Mahala (38), Francis M. (14), William J. (14), Sarah M. (12), Elenor A. (8), Lucinda C. (6), and Tempy J. (1).

They lived four households down from Thomas' sister, Elizabeth Oneill. 
KENDRICK, Mary Jane (I1788)
 
374 "Mattie M. Patterson" (56) appeared as head of household. She is reported as a widow, but her former husband, John, appeared a few pages away in the same town (he is reported as divorced). She and both parents were born in Georgia. She was a farmer on a general farm. The household included her sons Carl M. (20) and Floyd G. (16), and a hired man Austin Mullinox (18). They lived on a rented farm.

Mattie's son, Horace, appeared next door. 
LEDBETTER, Martha (I2608)
 
375 "Maude Angela Butler" died on 07 Apr 1975 at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in Dalton, Georgia. She was 89 years old. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. Her daughter, Miss Edna Jo Butler, was the informant. WHITENER, Maud Angeline (I1520)
 
376 "Merrit" Burgin (40) appeared on the 1850 census as head of household. He was a farmer with $2000 worth of real estate (the neighborhood average was $1587). He was born in North Carolina. The household included Susannah A. (25), Jane E. (6), Joseph L. (4), Mary L. (2), and Martha D. (3m). BURGIN, Merritt (I1998)
 
377 "Merrit" Burgin (43) appeared on the 1860 census in McDowell County as head of household. He was a farmer with $2500 worth of real estate (compared to a neighborhood average of $1428) and a personal estate valued at $3,000 (neighborhood average: $2,450). He was born in North Carolina. The household included Susanah Burgin (35), Joseph Burgin (14), Jane E. Burgin (16), Mary Burgin (11), Martha Burgin (9), Eliza Burgin (8), Clarissa Burgin (5), Thomas Burgin (3), and John Burgin (1). BURGIN, Merritt (I1998)
 
378 "Miss Alacia Hemphill, of Akron, Ohio" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. HEMPHILL, Alacia Merle (I1261)
 
379 "Miss Edna Jo Butler has accepted a place as teacher in the Grammar school at Chatsworth. She teaches the grades formerly taught by Mrs. Kelley." - from The Chatsworth Times

"In 1945, Miss Edna Jo Butler began an almost 30-year tenure as head of the [Home Economics] department [at Murray County High School]." - from Murray County Heritage 
BUTLER, Edna Josephine (I1577)
 
380 "Misses Ann, Rebecca and Jean Hemphill, James Thomas and Morrison Hemphill, all of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. HEMPHILL, James Bradley (I390)
 
381 "Misses Ann, Rebecca and Jean Hemphill, James Thomas and Morrison Hemphill, all of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. HEMPHILL, Thomas C. (I391)
 
382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I392)
 
383 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I393)
 
384 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I394)
 
385 "Misses Ann, Rebecca and Jean Hemphill, James Thomas and Morrison Hemphill, all of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. HEMPHILL, Jean Evelyn (I395)
 
386 "Mont E" (31) appeared on the 1910 census in the Bull Pen community of Murray County, Georgia as head of household. The household includes his wife "Ella" (27), and children: Lillian O. (10), "Hurshel T." (8), Eva T. (5), "Demple A." (3) and grandmother, Mariah Roberts (75). ROBERTS, Elijah Monteville (I1872)
 
387 "Mont E" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife "Ella," and children: Lillian O., "Hurshel T.," Eva T., "Demple A.," and grandmother, Mariah Roberts. ROBERTS, Lillian Otho (I684)
 
388 "Mont E" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife "Ella," and children: Lillian O., "Hurshel T.," Eva T., "Demple A.," and grandmother, Mariah Roberts. ROBERTS, Herschel Titus (I800)
 
389 "Mont E" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife "Ella," and children: Lillian O., "Hurshel T.," Eva T., "Demple A.," and grandmother, Mariah Roberts. ROBERTS, Dimple (I802)
 
390 "Mont E" was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife "Ella," and children: Lillian O., "Hurshel T.," Eva T., "Demple A.," and grandmother, Mariah Roberts.. ROBERTS, Eva Irene (I801)
 
391 "Monteville E." Roberts (21) was enumerated as head of household (living next door to his parents, Martin and Rosa). His birthplace and his mother's was reported as Georgia, father's Tennessee. He was a farmer and can read and write. The household includes his wife Louella (17) and daughter Lillian O. (6m). ROBERTS, Elijah Monteville (I1872)
 
392 "Moses Qualls" is enumerated on the 1800 census. His household includes one male less than 10, one male 26-45, one male 45 and older, one female 26-45, and one female 45 or older. QUARLES, Moses (I2413)
 
393 "Moses Qualls" was enumerated in Union County, South Carolina. His household was listed with two white males 16 and upward, one white maile under 16, and 4 white females. "Thomas Qualls" is next door and "Eliz. M. Quals" is nearby. QUARLES, Moses (I2413)
 
394 "Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Butler. . .of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer Hemphill. BUTLER, Burgin Hemphill (I1866)
 
395 "Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Pendley, Janet and Dewey Pendley, Jr. . .of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. PENDLEY, Dewey Hobson (I977)
 
396 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1263)
 
397 "Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Pendley, Janet and Dewey Pendley, Jr. . .of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. PENDLEY, Dewey Hobson Jr. (I1267)
 
398 "Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Pendley, Janet and Dewey Pendley, Jr. . .of Dalton" attended a birthday dinner for Jim and Elmer. HEMPHILL, Rosa Edna (I1791)
 
399 "Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Hemphill of Dalton. . ." MORRISON, Mattie Leo (I389)
 
400 "Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Hemphill of Dalton. . ." HEMPHILL, James Young (I1792)
 

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