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601 "Wm. D." (7) was enumerated in the household of Martin L. Roberts (27) as his son. He attended school within the year. His birthplace and his mother's is given as Georgia; his father's is Tennessee. Other household members include Rosa M. (27), James S. (6), Nancy A. (3), and Elijah M. (1). (Monteville Roberts', Edward Roberts', and Loranza Roberts' households are on the same page.) ROBERTS, William Lafayette (I1870)
 
602 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Wyatt H. (I372)
 
603 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2).
"Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). 
Luella E. (I1225)
 
604 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANGFORD, Newton O. (I1226)
 
605 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANGFORD, Charles A. (I1227)
 
606 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Lillie J. (I1228)
 
607 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Louise (I1229)
 
608 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Sarah I. (I1230)
 
609 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Jimmie (I1231)
 
610 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Floyd (I1232)
 
611 "Wyatt H. Lankford" (43) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes his wife, Luella E (43), and children: Newton O (18), Charlie A (15), Lillie J (13), Louise (11), Sallie I (9), Jimmie (7), Floyd (5), and Dellie (2). LANKFORD, Dellie (I1233)
 
612 "[Heinrich] was the only son of Peter and Catherine Weidner to have taken the oath of allegiance, required of all men not born in Pennsylvania." -> Through Four Generations, p. 27 WEIDNER, George Heinrich (I1679)
 
613 "[lived] one mile east of Lenoir. He built the second brick house in Caldwell county. He was a large land owner." POWELL, George (I2251)
 
614 "[Martin] 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, Monteville (I1628)
 
615 "[Martin] 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, William Henry (I1876)
 
616 "[Martin] 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, Edward Austin (I1879)
 
617 "[Samuel] 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, John (I87)
 
618 "[Samuel] 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, Rachel (I88)
 
619 "[Samuel] 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, William (I89)
 
620 "[Samuel] 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, Rosannah (I90)
 
621 "[Samuel] 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, Martha (I91)
 
622 "[Samuel] 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, Mary Ann (I1833)
 
623 "[Samuel] 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 MCINTYRE, Rosannah (I1835)
 
624 "[Samuel] 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, Thomas (I1836)
 
625 "[sister], Mrs. Emma Coffey of Fitzgerald, Ga. . ." ROBERTS, Emma E. (I1874)
 
626 "[sister], Mrs. J. H. Moreland of Chatsworth. . ." ROBERTS, Sarah Eva (I1875)
 
627 (Name:
*John McEntire -> Murray County Heritage
*
John C. Mcentire -> 1850 census

Connection to parents:
His parents are named as Thomas Young Hemphill McEntire and Martha Hemphill in Murray County Heritage.]] 
MCENTIRE, John Cunningham (I30)
 
628 (Thomas M. (19) appeared in the household of James Y. Hemphill (44) as his son. He was a single, farm-laborer. He had attended school during the year. He and his mother were born in Georgia and his father was born in North Carolina. The household included Mary E. (38), "Roda J." (15), Walter (11), "Kate Y." (8), Annie G. (7), James A. (1), and Martha McEntire (47).]] HEMPHILL, Thomas M. (I1830)
 
629 *"1805-07" [I don't know if this means between 1805 and 1807 or Jul 1807] -> Facets of Fannin, p. 273
*ca. 1805/07 -> DAR app 758865 add vol 777 
Family F34
 
630 *"he d 5 Dec 1845" -> Genealogical Abstracts of Rev War Pensions
*5 Dec 1845 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 596 
MACKIE, Samuel (I1985)
 
631 *"James and Mary Brookshaw arrived in the Colony of Maryland aboard the barque 'Friendship' in 1674. They came as indentured servants." -> The Brookshire Family
*
James Brokshaw, 1675, Maryland -> Passenger List database 
BROOKSHAW, James (I2253)
 
632 *"James and Mary Brookshaw arrived in the Colony of Maryland aboard the barque 'Friendship' in 1674. They came as indentured servants." -> The Brookshire Family
*Mary Brokshaw, 1675, Maryland -> "Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s," database, Ancestry.com, entry for Mary Brokshaw. 
WIFE OF JAMES BROOKSHAW, Mary Elizabeth (I1126)
 
633 *"John b. September 8, 1804 m. Elizabeth Scott" -> Rev War Soldiers of Burke County
*"m. Elizabeth, dtr. of John Scott" -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 
Family F798
 
634 *"Major William Davidson took a prominent part in the preparations made by the North Carolinians for the battle of Kings Mountain." -> Asheville and Buncombe County

*"Major William Davidson, who had fought during the Battle of Kings Mountain" -> "Early Settlement of Buncombe County" Early Settlement of Buncombe County and the Drovers' Road

*"William was active in the fight for independence--a member of the Committee on Safety and Independence, and a Lieutenant in Captain Houston's Company. He was in the military campaigns of 1780-1781 when Cornwallis invaded North Carolina and fought at King's Mountain, during which time he rose to the rank of Major." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe 
DAVIDSON, Major William (I2321)
 
635 *"Martha b. January 5, 1809 m. John M. Allen" - Rev War Soldiers of Burke County
*23 Oct 1832 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 597 
Family F800
 
636 *"Oglethorpe City Cemetery (aka Oglethorpe Memorial Gardens)" -> Find a Grave
*27 Mar 1963; Oglethorpe Cemetery -> obituary


http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/macon/Obits/obitsHpg3.htm 
LITTLEFIELD, Henrietta (I1034)
 
637 *"Samuel Mackie and his brothers, William and John took part in various expeditions into the Indian country, and Samuel was at Kings Mountain and in other battles." -> Mackeys and allied families, p.592 MACKIE, Samuel (I1985)
 
638 *"Samuel Mackie and his brothers, William and John took part in various expeditions into the Indian country." -> Mackeys and allied families, p.592 MACKIE, John (I87)
 
639 *"the first land grant in Buncombe County was issued to William and James Davidson for 600 acres 'on both sided of the Savannah (Swannanoa)." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe

*
"In 1737 the State of North Carolina granted to James and William Davidson a tract of land comprised of 640 acres lying along each side of the Swannanoa River, including areas now known as Biltmore, Biltmore Forest, and Kenilworth. This grant was recorded as the Savannah River Grant." This 640 acres was sold to William Forster II in 1790 for 200 pounds -> "Newton Academy" 
DAVIDSON, Major William (I2321)
 
640 *"the first land grant in Buncombe County was issued to William and James Davidson for 600 acres 'on both sided of the Savannah (Swannanoa)." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe

*
"In 1737 the State of North Carolina granted to James and William Davidson a tract of land comprised of 640 acres lying along each side of the Swannanoa River, including areas now known as Biltmore, Biltmore Forest, and Kenilworth. This grant was recorded as the Savannah River Grant." This 640 acres was sold to William Forster II in 1790 for 200 pounds-> "Newton Academy" 
DAVIDSON, James (I4172)
 
641 *# 2630: John Debord warrant dated 22 Dec 1761 to (surveyors name not given) to survey ___ acres in ___ County in Lynches Creek joining Thos Jones, including the vacant land between Jones' line and George Debord, including also Debord's own improvement (document is not signed). Back of document reads 'Granted 1 Aug 1762.'"

Agency:Miscellaneous Land Office Papers - NC State Archives p. 236 
DEBORD, George (I1739)
 
642 *10 May 1856; Hall County GA -> blog comment
Nancy Patterson: Analysis of a Death
Certificate

*10 May 1856 -> Enoch Patterson's Eastern Cherokee app #9947
*10 May 1856 -> Joseph Patterson's ECA #9949 
PATTERSON, John Wm. (I2954)
 
643 *12 Jan 1872, Polk, TN -> Waldroup Family Tree
*1873, Tennessee -> age 7 on 1880 census
*1870, TN -> age 40 on 1910 census
*1872, GA -> age 68 on 1940 census [he was the informant] 
WEST, John B. (I366)
 
644 *12 Mar 1900 -> Hemphill-Roberts family bible
*Mar 1900, Georgia -> stated on 1900 census; she was probably born in Murray County, as she and her parents were enumerated there in the year of her birth.
*12 Mar 1900 -> SSDI
*Ramhurst, Georgia -> her marriage license 
HEMPHILL, Rosa Edna (I1791)
 
645 *14 Aug 1874 -> B.B. Ahnentafel report
*The 1900 census reports that James and Martha had been married 23 years -> 1877.
*14 Aug 1874 -> Pickens County Lost Marriage Records 
Family F670
 
646 *14 May 1914 -> SSDI
*1916, GA -> 1930 census
*1914, GA -> age 26 on 1940 census [her husband was the informant] 
BOWERS, Julia (I388)
 
647 *15 Aug 1823 -> blog comment
Nancy Patterson: Analysis of a Death Certificate

*13 Aug 1826; Hall, GA-> son Enoch's Eastern Cherokee app #9947
*1826-1830 -> age 10-14 on 1840 census
*Hall, GA -> son Joseph's ECA #9949
*13 Aug 1826; Hall, GA -> son Jack's ECA #9950 
PATTERSON, Samuel (I2864)
 
648 *16 Nov 1810; Orange Co NC -> Brick Church NC Mailing List, citing family bible translation published in The Alamance Genealogist, Vol. 1 Number 3, September 1984.
*16 Nov 1810; Hillsboro, Orange County, NC -> Nichols, etc. website
*16 Nov 1810; Orange Co NC -> DAR app 423982 
ALBRIGHT, Ludwig (I2232)
 
649 *17 Dec 1795; Pendleton District, SC -> Butler Ahnentafel
*17 Dec 1795; Pendleton District, SC -> blog comment
*Dec 1795 -> Find a Grave
*abt 1799, SC -> age 51 on 1850 census
*1796, SC -> age 64 on 1860 census
*1798, SC -> age 72 on 1870 census
*1798, SC -> age 82 on 1880 census
*1790-1800 -> age 40-49 on 1840 census
*1790-1800 -> age 30-39 on 1830 census
*Greenville SC [Greenville is in the old Pendleton District] -> Joseph Patterson's ECA #9949
**likely Pendleton District -> his parents appeared there in 1800. His father and maternal grandfather appeared there in 1790. 
PATTERSON, William (I2527)
 
650 *17 May 1824, Asheville -> Asheville and Buncombe County
*17 May 1824 -> "Newton Academy"
*17 May 1824 -> Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County 
SMITH, Colonel Daniel (I3090)
 
651 *1773 -> Maud Horn's Atchley Family, in a transcription of a letter written by his grandson
*19 Sep 1773; Frederick County, VA -> Maud Horn, p. 4 
HOLMES, William (I4095)
 
652 *1794, South Carolina -> age 56 on 1850 census
*1794, Pendleton District, SC -> Butler Ahnentafel

*likely Pendleton District -> his parents appeared there in 1800. His father and maternal grandfather appeared there in 1790.

*Greenville, SC [Greenville is in the old Pendleton District] -> Joseph Patterson's ECA #9949 
PATTERSON, John (I1537)
 
653 *1798 -> blog comment Nancy Patterson: Analysis of a Death Certificate
*1804 -> Find a Grave
1800, SC -> age 50 on 1850 census
*1797, SC -> age 63 on 1860 census
*1798, SC -> age 72 on 1870 census
*1800, SC -> age 80 on 1880 census
*1800-1810 -> age 20-29 on 1830 census
*1791-1800 -> age 40-49 on 1840 census
*TN -> Joseph Patterson's ECA #9949 
WELCH, Martha (I2528)
 
654 *18 Aug 1853 -> brother Enoch's ECA #9947
*18 Aug 1853 -> brother Joseph's ECA #9949
*18 Aug 1853, Forsyth Co. -> Ira's ECA #9950
*Forsyth County GA -> daughter Nancy's ECA #17846 
PATTERSON, Ira Jackson (I3421)
 
655 *1811-1820 -> probably one of unidentified females aged 10-14 or 15-19 on 1830 census.
*1812-1820 -> parents married in 1812 
KENDRICK, Tempy J (I124)
 
656 *1832, Georgia -> age 18 on 1850 census

*Georgia -> daughter's Eastern Cherokee app.

*Georgia - son's TN death index entry (Jesse) 
ARTHUR, Penelope L. (I2624)
 
657 *1833, GA -> age 17 on 1850 census
*1831-1834, Lumpkin County -> he did not appear on the 1830 census and likely appeared on the 1834 census. His father appeared in Lumpkin County in both 1830 and 1834, so he was probably born there.

*Gilmer County obtained from son William's Cherokee application, but this is probably incorrect based on his parents' residence in both 1830 and 1834. 
PATTERSON, Jeremiah (I1527)
 
658 *1833, GA -> age 17 on 1850 census
*possibly Lumpkin -> his father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, James A. J. (I3330)
 
659 *1836, GA -> age 14 on 1850 census
*possibly Lumpkin -> his father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, Thomas J. (I3331)
 
660 *1836, NC -> age 14 on 1850 census
*1837, NC -> age 23 on 1860 census

*His pension application says he was born in "McDonald Co"., NC, but I think that should say "McDowell Co." There is no McDonald County; there is a city called McDonald, but it is in eastern North Carolina. McDowell County was created out of Burke and Rutherford counties in 1842. I know the McEntires were from the Old Fort area, which was in the old Burke County, which is why I've listed Burke as his birthplace.]] 
MCENTIRE, James Alexander (I1910)
 
661 *1836, Tennessee -> Butler Ahnentafel Report.
*1836, Tennessee -> 1880 census
*near Chattanooga, TN -> son William Henson Patterson's Eastern Cherokee app #14089 
DAVIS, Elizabeth Sarah (I1526)
 
662 *1838, GA -> age 12 on 1850 census
*possibly Lumpkin -> her father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, Elizabeth L. (I3336)
 
663 *1840, GA -> age 10 on 1850 census
*probably Lumpkin -> his father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, Moses B. (I3332)
 
664 *1843, GA -> age 7 on 1850 census
*probably Lumpkin -> his father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, William (I3348)
 
665 *1846, GA -> age 4 on 1850 census
*probably Lumpkin -> his father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, Samuel (I3349)
 
666 *1849, GA -> age 1 on 1850 census
*probably Lumpkin -> his father appeared there as head of household in both 1840 and 1850 
CANTRELL, John (I3350)
 
667 *1880, GA -> age 50 on 1930 census
*Jul 1883, GA -> 1900 census
*30 Jul 1883, Hall County GA -> ECA #13050 [later in the same app, it states 30 Jul 1884] 
PATTERSON, Jerry Jackson (I1485)
 
668 *1882 -> Cemetery typescript
*listed as deceased in Dave Butler's funeral book, dated 1938 
BUTLER, George Thomas (I1963)
 
669 *1884 -> age 36 on 1920 census
*8 Oct 1883 -> Genealogy Trails
*8 Oct 1883 -> gravemarker
*1883, GA -> age 47 on 1930 census
*8 Oct 1883 -> SSDI
*Fannin County, GA -> K. Dillard email 
DILLARD, Mary Druscilla (I812)
 
670 *1887 -> cemetery typescript
*she is reported as deceased in Dave Butler's funeral book 
BUTLER, Julia Helen (I1966)
 
671 *19 Mar 1782; York District, SC -> Asheville and Buncombe County
*19 Mar 1782 -> DAR app 416655
*James names Rhoda as his wife in his will. -> Buncombe County Will Abstracts 
Family F51
 
672 *1906, GA -> age 4 on 1910 census
*1906, GA -> age 34 on 1940 census [her father was the informant] 
WEST, Florence Roxie (I1253)
 
673 *1910, Georgia -> age 1/12 on 1910 census
*Age 9, Georgia on 1920 census, but she appeared on 1910 census, so we know 1911 is not an accurate birthdate.
*31 Jan 1910 -> headstone inscription
*31 Jan 1910 -> SSDI
1910, GA -> 1930 census 
WARD, Nellie M. (I1850)
 
674 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2893)
 
675 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I393)
 
676 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1278)
 
677 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3788)
 
678 *2 Dec 1903 -> Hemphill-Roberts family bible
*Ramhurst, Murray, GA ->recorded on his son's death certificate.
*2 Dec 1904 -> SSDI 
HEMPHILL, Martin Lafayette (I1793)
 
679 *22 Jan 1984 -> headstone
*Jan 1984 -> SSDI
*22 Jan 1984; Whitfield County, GA -> GA death index 
BUTLER, Luke Hemphill (I1665)
 
680 *23 Apr 1916 -> headstone
*23 Apr 1916; Quanah, Hardeman, TX -> Butler Ahnentafel
*Age 67 at death -> obituary.
*1917, TX -> age 13 on 1930 census
23 Apr 1916 -> SSDI 
BUTLER, Luke Hemphill (I1665)
 
681 *24 Nov 1891 -> blog comment Nancy Patterson: Analysis of a Death Certificate
*24 Nov 1891 -> Find a Grave
*24 Nov 1891; Forsyth Co. GA -> Marty Grant website 
WELCH, Martha (I2528)
 
682 *25 Mar 1963 -> Find a Grave
*25 Mar 1963; Thomaston, GA -> obituary 
LITTLEFIELD, Henrietta (I1034)
 
683 *25 Nov 1777 -> DAR app 423982
*25 Nov 1777 -> DAR app 758865 add vol 777
*"Barbara Powel wife of Elias Powell" -> Orange County Will Abstracts 
Family F207
 
684 *27 Sep 1907 -> Hemphill-Roberts family bible
*probably Murray, GA -> his parents appeared in Murray County in both 1900 and 1910
*1907 -> Hemphill-McEntire Cemetery typescript
*27 Sep 1905 -> SSDI 
HEMPHILL, Walter Thomas (I1794)
 
685 *28 Jun 1918 -> SSDI
*1919, GA -> age 1 on 1920 census
*probably Cisco, GA ->parents resided there in 1918; F. T. Kendrick WWI Draft reg card
*1919, GA -> age 21 on 1940 census 
KENDRICK, Roy Edward (I1768)
 
686 *3 Sep 1886, GA -> death certificate
*Sep 1884, GA -> 1900 census
*3 Sep 1886 -> headstone
*abt 1887 -> 1930 census
*her parents resided in the Alaculsa District in 1880 and the Doogan District in 1900.
3 Sep 1886 -> SSDI 
WEST, Lizzie (I1519)
 
687 *6 Jul 1902 -> Hemphill-Roberts family bible
*probably Murray, GA -> parents residence in 1900
*6 Jul 1902 -> SSDI 
HEMPHILL, James Young (I1792)
 
688 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3742)
 
689 *age 81 at death -> Genealogy Trails
*1882, GA -> age 48 on 1930 census 
ROBERTS, Judson C. (I753)
 
690 *Akron, Ohio on her son's death certificate
*1911, Ohio -> age 29 on 1940 census 
MORRIS, Vivian (I1260)
 
691 *Alsace Lorraine, France -> son's TN death index entry
*1834, France -> age 36 on 1870 census 
CHABLE, Alphonse (I2662)
 
692 *Apr 1894 -> stated on 1900 census
*1894, GA -> age 36 on 1930 census 
LANGFORD, Charles A. (I1227)
 
693 *Berlene died from injuries sustained in a house fire. She spent nine weeks at an Augusta burn center before her death. She died 16 May 2006.
*16 May 2006 -> SSDI 
JOHNSON, Berlene (I2588)
 
694 *bet 1808 and 1810; Pendleton District, SC -> Butler Ahnentafel
*Pendleton District, SC -> blog comment (see link below)
*bet 1807 and 1810: Nancy and John's last child was born in June 1808 and Nancy appears as head of household in 1810, meaning that John probably died sometime between late 1807 and early 1810. -> Marty Grant

Nancy Patterson: Analysis of a Death Certificate 
PATTERSON, John (I2514)
 
695 *Dec 1976 -> SSDI
*15 Dec 1976, Whitfield Co. -> Genealogy Trails 
HEMPHILL, Beatrice Myrtie (I1511)
 
696 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I965)
 
697 *Dewey Hobson Pendley -> WWI Draft Registration
*Dewey Pendley -> SSDI
*Dewey H. Pendley -> marriage license 
PENDLEY, Dewey Hobson (I977)
 
698 *Elias married Malinda Corpening, daughter of Jacob Corpening of Burke county. -> Powell Family History
*Mary Malinda Corpening - Elias R. Powell -> Through Four Generations, p. 2 
Family F1315
 
699 *Family appears to have moved from Tennessee to Georgia sometime between 1874 and 1876. Mary (age 6 on the 1880 census) was born in Tennessee and William (age 4 on the 1880 census) was born in Georgia.

*William further states in his 1897 pension application that he had resided in Murray County about 22 years. 
WEST, William M (I362)
 
700 *Forsyth County obtained from son's (James W. Johnson) death certificate.
*1826, GA -> age 24 on 1850 census
*1826, GA -> age 34 on 1860 census 
JOHNSON, Amos (I1561)
 
701 *Grady was reported as single on the 1930 census. Berlene was born in 1935.


*Grady and Ruby were first cousins. His father (John Will Johnson) and her mother (Rachel Louisa Johnson) were siblings. 
Family F831
 
702 *He "was killed by the falling of the tree." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 592
*1802 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 593 
MACKIE, John (I87)
 
703 *He died in 1824 at the age of 67 and was a native of New Jersey. -> Asheville and Buncombe County
*
1757 -> "Early Settlement of Buncombe County"
*1757 -> age 67 at death -> Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County 
SMITH, Colonel Daniel (I3090)
 
704 *He does not appear on the 1860 census and his wife, Jane, appears as head of household.
18 Apr 1854; Fannin, GA -> Butler Ahnentafel 
PATTERSON, John (I1537)
 
705 *He was attended by J. W. Watkins (not sure about the last name), M. D. from August 12, 1930 through September 1. Cause of death was some form of convulsions.
Research note: The wife on his death certificate was "Mrs. Se??a Roberts." Is this a second wife? He is reported as married, not widowed.
*Sept 1929 -> Murray County Heritage 
ROBERTS, Edward Austin (I1879)
 
706 *Her husband was appointed guardian of their children on 3 Jul 1849. -> Old Records of Estates HEMPHILL, Ruth Bertha (I93)
 
707 *Her name is reported as Mary Tucker on her son William's death certificate.
*Mary E. -> 1870 census 
TUCKER, Mary E. (I1652)
 
708 *His body was moved to Newton Academy Cemetery in 1875. -> "Newton Academy"
*Newton Academy Cemetery -> Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County 
SMITH, Colonel Daniel (I3090)
 
709 *His parents are recorded on his death certificate as Jim Butler and Rhoda Q. Butler.

*"Historical records (newspaper accounts) document that David Butler was a cousin of John Marion Quarles, also a grandson of John Quarles/Frances Winters."

*His parents are named as James Butler and Rhoda Quarles Butler -> funeral book 
BUTLER, David Sanford (I1525)
 
710 *His parents are reported on his death certificate as "Francis Taylor Kendrick" and "Cora NMN Fouts."
*Richard is named as a brother in Lucille's obituary.
*He is named as a brother, "F. R. Kendrick" in Ruby's obituary. 
KENDRICK, Francis Richard (I376)
 
711 *Implied marriage: Moses and "wife" (along with James Hemphill) contested the will of Captain Thomas Hemphill.
*North Carolina -> MacFarlane email 
Family F307
 
712 *James Cantrell is the only "non-Patterson" who is a party of the first part on the 1831 Hall County deed and Elizabeth is the only daughter of John Patterson and Nancy Chapman (that I know of). Therefore, it makes sense that James Cantrell and Elizabeth Patterson were married.
*James' wife on the 1850 census was named Elizabeth. She was the 2nd oldest female in the household. The oldest female was Nancy Patterson. 
Family F1137
 
713 *Jan 1832, South Carolina -> stated on 1900 census
*1830, South Carolina -> age 98 on death certificate
*1835, South Carolina -> age 85 on 1920 census
*1844, South Carolina -> age 36 on 1880 census
*1846, South Carolina -> age 24 on 1870 census
*1840, South Carolina -> age 20 on 1860 census
*1841, South Carolina -> age 9 on 1850 census
*1842, Cumberland County, S. C. -> age 20 when he enlisted in the CSA on 22 Mar 1862 [I can find a town called Cumberland, but no county in S. C.]
*1837, SC -> age 73 on 1910 census

[I'm concluding that the correct birth year is 1842. That's consistent with his CSA enlistment and his age on 1850 census (age 9 and age 18 would be too much of a stretch to mix up and he is listed in the correct order to be age 9). It also makes sense that the year would get off the older he got.] 
WEST, William M (I362)
 
714 *John and Jane's residence in 1851 according to their grandson William Patterson's Cherokee application.
*and grandson Joseph Patterson's ECA #9949 
CHAPMAN, Jane (I1536)
 
715 *John and Jane's residence in 1851 according to their grandson William Patterson's Cherokee application.
*and grandson Joseph Patterson's ECA #9949 
PATTERSON, John (I1537)
 
716 *John Young is named as a "son by law" in Thomas Hemphill's will.
*John Young names his wife as Rosanna in his own will -> Buncombe County Will Abstracts, pp. 47-48 
Family F309
 
717 *Marriage license found.
*Jesse Lafayette Forrester's death certificate reports his wife as Addie. He was widowed at the time of his death. 
Family F570
 
718 *Martin Lafayette Hemphill -> Hemphill-Roberts family bible
*Martin Hemphill is named as a son in Alice Hemphill's obituary.
*Martin Hemphill -> SSDI 
HEMPHILL, Martin Lafayette (I1793)
 
719 *Mary is named as Col. Daniel Smith's widow in Asheville and Buncombe County.
*Colonel Daniel Smith married Mary McConnell Davidson in 1781 -> "Early Settlement of Buncombe County
*tombstone names her as widow of Col. Daniel Smith 
Family F1050
 
720 *Matilda's children are named as heirs in Millington Lytle's probate file, dated 1875.
*Matilda's daughter Mary lived with her sister in 1870 and 1880. 
LYTLE, Matilda (I3688)
 
721 *Montezuma, GA -> Gordon County news clipping - [this is a death notice provided by a relative and likely not as accurate as the obituary from the Macon County Citizen]
*6 Nov 1926 -> Find a Grave
*Oglethorpe, GA -> his obituary in the Macon County Citizen

He died at home from pneumonia. -> Macon County Citizen obituary 
HEMPHILL, Olin Edward (I1036)
 
722 *Names recorded on license as W. L. Roberts and Docia Townsend.
*The 1930 census implied that they had been married 29 years.
"4-7-1901" -> The Heritage of Bradley County 
Family F539
 
723 *Nellie's surname is Henderson on her father's death certificate and her tombstone.

*Her oldest child was 6 in 1920, so she was probably married about 1913. 
Family F647
 
724 *Newton Academy Cemetery -> "Newton Academy"
*1842, Newton Academy Cemetery -> Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County 
DAVIDSON, Mary McConnell (I3089)
 
725 *Norman was 12 in 1945, which implies a marriage date prior to 1933.
*"12-21-1929" -> The Heritage of Bradley County 
Family F626
 
726 *Oct 1861; Timpson, Shelby, Texas -> "Descendants of James Hemphill"
*bef 14 Dec 1864 -> he is noted as deceased in his father's estate records -> Old Records of Estates 
WHITESIDE, James Monroe Stark Sr. (I630)
 
727 *Private, 29th Tennessee Infantry, Company B, captured at Murry County, Ga, Jan 21, 1863 [year is a tick mark; not sure 1863 is accurate; 1864 makes more sense]. Sent to Rock Island, Ill. Jan 30, 1864. -> Civil War Prisoner of War Records, 1861-1865 KENDRICK, Francis Marion (I1769)
 
728 *Private/Sergeant. Company B, 29th Tennessee Infantry, CSA. Given name reported as "Franklin M," but also filed under "Kindrick, Francis M." -> Compiled Service Record KENDRICK, Francis Marion (I1769)
 
729 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. KENDRICK, Thomas Colvard (I1516)
 
730 *Rose is named as "Rose Butler McEver" in her father's obituary. Family F1228
 
731 *Sarie Lee Sinda Patterson -> husband Jack's ECA #9950
*Sinda Chalmurs -> daughter Nancy's ECA #17846 
CHALMURS, Sarie Lee Sinda (I3475)
 
732 *Served as an Ensign in North Carolina. "1st or Southern Batt Mil 1776." - DAR app 758865 add vol 777

*Elias Powel [sic] listed as an Ensign on a roll of Officers and Private Soldiers Detached from the first or Southern Battallion of the Militia of the County of Orange to March against the Hostile Indians under the Command of Col" Ambrose Ramsey -> Colonial Records of North Carolina, vol. 10 [the records included in this volume are from 1775-1776] 
POWELL, Elias (I2230)
 
733 *She "removed to South Carolina before her marriage." -> Asheville and Buncombe County
*
"the family moved to South Carolina in the York District where they were living when Humphrey saw service in the American Revolution." -> Heritage of Old Buncombe 
CUNNINGHAM, Rhoda (I1604)
 
734 *She died at Murray County Memorial Hospital in Chatsworth. Cause of death was "A.S.H.D. - Ventricular Fibrillation." -> death certificate

*Feb 1890 -> SSDI 
JOHNSON, Rachel Louisa (I1555)
 
735 *She died in 1842 in the "82nd year of her age." -> Asheville and Buncombe County
*1760 -> Heritage of Old Buncombe
*1760 -> Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County 
DAVIDSON, Mary McConnell (I3089)
 
736 *She is buried in the part of Montgomery County that later became Pulaski County, near Pulaski City. -> letter from John Wm. Holmes
*Her grave is unmarked. -> Maud Horn, p. 4 
ATCHLEY, Mary (I4074)
 
737 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I378)
 
738 *She is recorded as being deceased in 1938 -> Dave Butler's funeral book BUTLER, Rosa Mae (I1965)
 
739 *Surname obtained from 1900 census; her parents were living in her household.
*Susan (Tatum) Patterson -> son Jerry's ECA #13050 
TATUM, Susan Anne (I1202)
 
740 *Telephone [something illegible] -> death certificate
*Owner of the local telephone exchange -> Macon County message board obituary transcript for W. P. Hemphill 
HEMPHILL, Walter Patton (I1832)
 
741 *The date is derived from the age of their oldest child, Georgia, who was 8 in 1870.
*Harvey appeared in his parents' household in 1860, without a wife. 
Family F74
 
742 *The informant on Belle's death certificate was Joe Taylor.
*Belle is named as "Mrs. Joe Taylor" in her father's obituary.
*Joe R. Taylor -> 1940 census 
TAYLOR, Joe R. (I2488)
 
743 *They had been married 0 years on the 1910 census.
*According to the 1930 census, Robert was 21 and Lula was 17 when they married. This calculates to 1909/1910, respectively. 
Family F429
 
744 *They had been married 30 years according to the 1930 census.
*They had been married 10 years according to the 1910 census. 
Family F825
 
745 *They had been married 4 years according to the 1910 census.
*According to the 1930 census, Will was 23 and Emma was 22 when they were married, also consistent with a 1906 wedding date. 
Family F533
 
746 *They were married in Abbeville District, SC on 05 Apr 1792.
Their marriage was performed by Rev. Francis Cummins.
Emmett White reports Samuel's wife as Mary Clark and children as Rosanna, Jane, Mary, William Clark, Rachel, Thomas, John, Samuel Leech, Martha, and Andrew Hemphill.

*"Mary Mackie. . .states she m. Saml Mackie in Abbeville District, S. C. on Little River, Long Cane, S. C. by Rev. Frances Cummins, 5 Apr. 1792." -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 596 
Family F795
 
747 *Thomas Mackie named his "dau. Martha Fleming" in his will.
*1 May c1789 -> Mackeys and allied families, p. 598 
Family F819
 
748 *Thomas Mackie named his "dau. Martha Fleming" in his will. -> Historical Collections of GA DAR
*Robert Fleming -> Mackeys and allied families 
FLEMING, Robert (I1501)
 
749 *Wife, Sarah Malinda, was reported as a widow on both the 1880 and 1900 censuses.
*18 Apr 1862 -> Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County 
PORTER, John H. (I825)
 
750 *[Her son was born 8 Jul 1851. Monteville married Mariah Langston 28 December 1852. Jane had to have died in between.]
*[Her son was born in Bradley County, so it is probable that she died there.] 
JONES, Jane (I3534)
 
751 *[John Alexander] "married Rachel Davidson, sister to Major William Davidson and Samuel Davidson." -> Asheville and Buncombe County
*
"Rachel who married John Alexander" -> Heritage of Old Buncombe 
Family F53
 
752 *[They] "lived in Rowan County, North Carolina. . ." -> Asheville and Buncombe County DAVIDSON, Rachel (I1608)
 
753 , and one female 45+ (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 0-9 (likely Robert), three males 10-15 (likely Peter G., John, and unknown), one male 16-25 (likely James A.), one male 45+ (Peter), one female 16-25 (likely Mary), and one female 45+ (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 0-9 (likely Robert), three males 10-15 (likely Peter G., John, and unknown), one male 16-25 (likely James A.), one male 45+ (Peter), one female 16-25 (likely Mary), and one female 45+ (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, James A. (I693)
 
754 , and one female 45+ (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 0-9 (likely Robert), three males 10-15 (likely Peter G., John, and unknown), one male 16-25 (likely James A.), one male 45+ (Peter), one female 16-25 (likely Mary), and one female 45+ (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 0-9 (likely Robert), three males 10-15 (likely Peter G., John, and unknown), one male 16-25 (likely James A.), one male 45+ (Peter), one female 16-25 (likely Mary), and one female 45+ (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, Peter G. (I695)
 
755 , and one female 45+ (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 0-9 (likely Robert), three males 10-15 (likely Peter G., John, and unknown), one male 16-25 (likely James A.), one male 45+ (Peter), one female 16-25 (likely Mary), and one female 45+ (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud was enumerated as head of household. The household includes one male 0-9 (likely Robert), three males 10-15 (likely Peter G., John, and unknown), one male 16-25 (likely James A.), one male 45+ (Peter), one female 16-25 (likely Mary), and one female 45+ (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, Robert (I698)
 
756 , one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis). 
CURTIS, Merrit (I700)
 
757 , one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis). 
CURTIS, Casandra (I701)
 
758 , one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis). 
CURTIS, Joseph A. (I707)
 
759 , one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis).
Joshua Curtis, Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household included one male 0-4 (unknown), three males 5-9 (likely Joseph A., Merrit, and unknown), one male 40-49 (Joshua), one female 0-4 (likely Casandra), one female 5-9 (unknown), one female 10-14 (likely Rebecca), one female 15-19 (unknown), one female 30-39 (likely Mary Stroud), and one female 70-79 (likely Margaret Curtis). 
CURTIS, Rebecca (I708)
 
760 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Joseph (I871)
 
761 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Samuel (I872)
 
762 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Sara (I873)
 
763 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Rachel (I875)
 
764 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Barbara (I876)
 
765 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Jane (I877)
 
766 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Mary (I2335)
 
767 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Isaac (I2447)
 
768 , Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk"
"The will of Mordecai Bane written 12/6th month/1745 and proven 12/8th month/1747 - Bane, Mordecai, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Yeoman. Exec and wife: Mary and son Nathan. Children: Mordecai, Nathan, James, Joseph, Samuel, Isaac, Sara, Hannah, Rachel, Barbara, Jane, and Mary Burk" 
BANE, Mordecai Jr. (I2457)
 
769 0-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, William (I690)
 
770 0-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, Rebecca (I691)
 
771 0-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, Jane (I692)
 
772 0-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, James A. (I693)
 
773 0-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, Peter G. (I695)
 
774 0-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret).
Peter Stroud Jr. was enumerated as head of household. The household includes three males 0-9 (likely Peter G., John, and James A.), one male 10-15 (likely William), one male 26-44 (Peter), two females 0-9 (likely Susannah and Mary), one female 10-15 (likely Jane), one female 16-25 (likely Rebecca), and one female 26-44 (likely Margaret). 
STROUD, Susannah (I697)
 
775 01 Jan 1849 -> Murray County Heritage
1848, Tennessee -> age 12 on 1860 census
1848 -> age 2 on 1850 census 
KENDRICK, Sarah Mahala (I2365)
 
776 01 Sep 1903, Polk Co. Tennessee -> Lawson-Melton Group Sheet
01 Sep 1903 -> Sudie Clemmer Notebook
1 Sep 1903 -> inscribed on grave marker 
LAWSON, James (I2681)
 
777 02 Jan 1814, Tennessee -> Lawson-Melton Group Sheet
02 Jan 1814 -> Sudie Clemmer Notebook 
MELTON, Elizabeth W. (I2682)
 
778 02 Jun 1844; Hickory, Burke, NC -> Whitener-Hoyle group sheet
bef 1850 -> she does not appear in her husband's HH on 1850 census 
HOYLE, Margaret Susannah E. (I2733)
 
779 03 Mar 1900 -> SSDI
1900 -> 1900 census
1904, GA -> age 26 on 1930 census
1900, GA -> age 40 on 1940 census 
HEMPHILL, Beatrice Myrtie (I1511)
 
780 04 Jan 1833, Polk, Tennessee -> O'Neal-Lillard Group Sheet LILLARD, Sarah (I2711)
 
781 04 Nov 1841 -> Butler Ahnentafel
04 Nov 1841, Lincoln Co. NC -> NC Marriage Collection 
Family F923
 
782 05 Apr 1790 -> inscribed on grave marker
1781-1790 -> age 50 to 59 on 1840 census
1790, Tennessee -> age 60 on 1850 census
1791, Tennessee -> age 69 on 1860 census 
LAWSON, Stephen (I126)
 
783 05 Mar 1882 -> "Descendents of James Hemphill"
1882 -> Hemphill-McEntire Cemetery typescript 
HEMPHILL, Judson Clements (I828)
 
784 06 Jan 1876 -> Hemphills in North Carolina
1876 -> Hemphill-McEntire Cemetery typescript 
HEMPHILL, Mary Emma (I827)
 
785 06 Mar 1930 -> Hemphills in NC
05 Mar 1930 -> death certificate

He died of intestinal nephritis, after being in the care of a doctor for four months. Mrs. Nellie C. Henderson [his oldest daughter] was the informant on his death certificate.

Walter P. Hemphill: Analysis of a Death Certificate

He had a stroke two weeks before his death -> Macon County message board obituary transcript 
HEMPHILL, Walter Patton (I1832)
 
786 06 May 1894 -> inscribed on headstone KENDRICK, Elizabeth (I122)
 
787 06 Nov 1880 -> Hemphills in North Carolina
1880 -> Hemphill-McEntire Cemetery typescript 
HEMPHILL, Judson Clements (I828)
 
788 07 Feb 1822; Lincoln Co. NC -> Watkins Family site
1823; Catawba Co. NC -> age 27 on 1850 census
07 Feb 1822 -> Find a Grave 
WHITENER, Rhoda Salina (I178)
 
789 07 Jun 1854 -> gravestone
1854, Georgia -> age 66 on 1920 census
Jun 1854, Georgia -> stated on 1900 census 
GARRETT, Martha Jane (I1556)
 
790 07 Nov 1917 -> Hemphills in North Carolina
01 Nov 1917 -> headstone 
HEMPHILL, Martha Matilda (I1807)
 
791 08 Feb 1900, Burke Co NC -> Butler Ahnentafel
08 Feb 1900 -> Find a Grave 
WHITENER, Rhoda Salina (I178)
 
792 09 Feb 1830 -> "American Civil War Soldiers" BROOKSHIRE, Levi (I2171)
 
793 09 Jan 1826, Lincoln Co. NC -> Watkins Family site
09 Jan 1826 -> Find a Grave
Jan 1827, NC -> 1900 census 
WHITENER, William Jethro (I181)
 
794 09 Nov 1858, Polk, Tennessee -> O'Neal-Lillard Group Sheet
19 Nov 1858 -> inscribed on grave marker 
LILLARD, Sarah (I2711)
 
795 09 Oct 1880; Catawba Co, NC -> Butler ahnentafel
09 Oct 1880 -> Find A Grave 
WHITENER, Anna (I170)
 
796 1 Apr 1690 -> Facets of Fannin, p. 273
1 Apr 1690 -> The Brookshire Family, p. 8 
BROOKSHIRE, James (I2216)
 
797 1 Aug 1893; Rome, Floyd, GA -> DAR database POWELL, George Washington (I3302)
 
798 1 Aug 2010; Hamilton Medical Center -> obituary
1 Aug 2010 -> SSDI 
HARRISON, Pauline (I2572)
 
799 1 Dec 1840; Calhoun Co. AL -> "Descendants of James Hemphill" Family F764
 
800 1 Feb 1858, GA -> death certificate
1 Feb 1858; Murray County GA -> Murray County Heritage 
MCENTIRE, Laura R. (I2850)
 

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