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27751 listed as Zarroll Wales Paden; Birth Date: 21 Jun 1897. Paden, Zarroll Wells (I21712)
 
27752 Listed Duzer O. Fowler. Fowler, Aubra Dee (I34116)
 
27753 Listed Linnie B. Paden. Dryer, Lonnie Blackledge (I31986)
 
27754 Listed Thurman Foster. Foster, Thomas Thurman (I34969)
 
27755 listeds as William Allan Oldfield; Birth Date: 4 Feb 1874. Oldfield, William Allen (I33387)
 
27756 Lived in Orange County, North Carolina until October 20, 1792, when hesold his interest in his fathers estate to his brother and moved toHawkins County, Tennessee, where he married Nancy Stubblefield. Theirfirst child was born in Hawkins County. In 1794, they returned to OrangeCounty where they lived until 1797, when they moved to Grainger County(now Claiborne County) Tennessee. He made several land transactions inClaiborne County where they lived until about 1807, when they moved againto Warren County, settling along Hickory Creek near Viola, Tennessee. Hebecame a prosperous planter and slave owner. He was a Tennessee Electorfor Andrew Jackson in 1828 and was a Warren County Commissioner for manyyears. He was a moderator of the Blue Springs Baptist Church for 30years. He made his will on March 26, 1839, dividing his remainingproperty to his 13 surviving children, although he had already given themcash and slaves. His estate was probated August 1841. On December 28,1843, after all debts were paid, the executors had $5,277.61 in cash.January 8, 1852 they sold 440 acres of his remaining plantation which hadbeen surveyed in 1807, on Hickory Creek, to his son-in-law William Ramseyfor $3,680.00. Stroud, William (I9491)
 
27757 Living with grandparents, James & Nancy Copeland. Copeland, James Bradford (I5895)
 
27758 MADISON - Our beloved husband, father, and friend, Bill Peden, passed away on June 30, 2016, surrounded by his family. He was born April 17, 1952, in Columbus, Ohio, to William and Theresa, and moved to Madison in the mid-1970s.
Bill enjoyed his career as a designer of plumbing and fire protection systems, especially the past 10 years with Henneman Engineering. But Bill was most well-known as a dedicated proponent and player of Irish traditional music, and was a talented and respected uilleann piper. He co-founded the Celtic Music Association of Madison and spent decades developing audiences for Celtic music in the Madison area, bringing numerous prominent artists to Madison through the years. He was involved in the development of Wild Hog in the Woods and the Madison folk music scene, and was also an opera lover and an early music enthusiast. In addition to his dedication to music, he served on the board of Porchlight for many years.
Bill celebrated both his paternal Irish heritage and his maternal Italian heritage, and travelled many times to both Ireland and Italy. Bill was known for his intellect and remarkable memory, and was fondly referred to as "Wikipeden." He will be missed by many, many people in the United States and abroad.
Bill is survived by his adoring wife, Chelcy Bowles; his loving daughter, Laura Zupko and son-in-law, Jim Zupko; by his grandchildren, James, Courtney, and Joe; his siblings, Mary Pitt, Chris Peden, Geri Foster, Don Peden, and Rick Peden; many fond cousins, nieces, nephews, and in-laws; and countless friends, and especially his long-time friends, John and Tom. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Patrick.
 
Peden, William Vance "Bill" Jr. (I45537)
 
27759 Male Seminary Grant, George Owen (I5715)
 
27760 March,2000 information from Verda Fulkerson:

Jim Reed and Myra Shirley married in Collin Co. TX. Daughter Pearl was born in Texas, but they were in California when the son was born. Soon afterward they returned to Texas for a short time and were living on Coon Creek, Bosque Co., TX. While living there, they would visit my great-grandmother (Jim's double cousin), a minister's wife in nearby Coryell Co. TX. Great grandma told a grandson that she was a nervous wreck while Jim was around, but he acted as if her were crazy about her and he and Belle went out of their way to be helpful. Jim was killed at a farm house near Paris Co. TX or Reeves Co., TX (forget which right now) A drunken bully, Morris was killed in a shoot out with the Texas Rangers. After Jim died, Belle married, in Labette Co., KS, Cole Younger's cousin Bruce Younger. That lasted no time as within three weeks, Belle married Jim Starr by Cherokee marriage. A picture of Jim and Belle shortly after their marriage shows a pretty young woman and a nice looking man. Hite relatives of Jesse James lived in Texas. A co-worker in Wichita Falls, TX, Vic Hite, was my father's age and told of his family stories about the James Boys coming to visit the Hite family (somewhere in the counties around Dallas) and how Jesse would give Vic's father, then a child, a gold dollar to make sure their horses were kept hidden. As you are probably aware, Jesse's sister lived in Wichita Falls and is buried in Riverside Cemetery there.
The only tie to the Reeds I know of is that the James boys and James C. Reed (first and legal husband of Myra Maybelle Shirley aka Belle Starr) rode with Quantrill during the Civil War. Jim Reed was the son of Solomon Reed and Susan Brock of Vernon Co.,MO. Also, Jim's grandparents (the Perry Green Brocks) and aunt Fatima Brock and her husband David Reed (cousin to Jim Reed's father) lived in Cass Co., MO prior to 1860
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Source: Book, Belle's Early Years, page 35. given to me by Lucille Perkey in 2000

James C. (Jim) Reed joined the ranks of Quantrill's Missouri irregulars during the Civil War. This was the beginning of his association with Jesse and Frank James, the Youngers, the Fishers, and others who were to become outlaws. Since Rich Hill is only about sixty miles north of Carthage, and since Quantrill's men often visited Shirley's Tavern and Hotel, Jim Reed undoubtedly became acquainted with the Shirley family in Missouri.
In 1866, one of the Missouri parties of ex-Confederated drifted into north Texas and stopped in to partake of the hospitality Judge Shirley was known to offer others like them. Jim Reed, the Younger brothers, John and Jim Fisher, "Bloody Bill" Anderson, and possibly even Jesse and Frank James were with the party.
Belle's next actions has given many past writers a great deal of speculation. Although Belle was only eighteen and her parents strongly objected to her association with men like Jim Reed, Belle rode off with the party to Collin County, Texas, only twenty-four hours after they had arrived at the Shirley Place. There a justice of the peace married Belle and Jim Reed in a horseback ceremony on November 1, 1866. Some writers have insinuated that Belle may have been pregnant at the time by Cole Younger, and since Cole refused to marry her, she chose Reed to be her husband.
____________________________________________________________________________________[Lynda Horan's tree.FTW]

 
Reed, James C. (I14360)
 
27761 Margaret Ritchie's family moved to Stoneburg in Montague County, Texas as
part of a wave of Sharp County immigrants during the 1870s and 1880s to
Texas, including the Ritchies, Turners, Sandefers, Levertons, Armstrongs,
and Padens (who all were or became interrelated by marriage). The Padens
went to Denton ca. 1870, which is about an hour's modern-day drive from
Stoneburg. The Ritchies went first to Grapevine, in Tarrant County,
Texas, also about an hour's drive from Stoneburg. They were part of a
wagon train, and included in that number was David Mastin Armstrong, a
heartbroken young man who was recently released from having been a
Confederate soldier captive in a Union prison. His father (Richard
Dickson Armstrong from Sharp Co.) died in that Union army prisonright at
the end of the war. David left his family behind to go for cheap land
and, more importantly, removal from all signs of the war in what was then
the frontier of Texas. On the long ride from Sharp County to Texas, David
struck up a relationship with Tommy Ritchie's young teenage daughter,
Margaret, that led quickly to marriage in 1874. They both often told the
story of howthey fell in love during this wagon train journey.
Margaret Ritchie is an iconic figure in our family. Despite being a shade
under 5' tall, with kind blueeyes, she was made of steel and is likely
the reason me and my generation are here today. The Ritchies and
Armstrongs stayed in Tarrant County only a fewyears. They heard of free
land, lots of it, available to settlers in the Crosstimbers region of
Texas, which was then and still is wonderful cattle and farming land
(blackland prairie). Texas had been depopulated during the Civil War,
particularly in the counties that were the border between older white
settlements and the regions claimed for millenia by Comanche, Kiowa and
Apache. Montague County (Stoneburg) was such a border zone, and had lost
much of its white settlement during the Civil War because there was no
around to prevent Comanche raids. Texas was offering free or extremely
cheap land in Montague County, the proceeds of which would go to fund
schools in Limestone County,Texas -- hence, it was known at Limestone
County School Land. Tommy Ritchie and David Armstrong moved their
families to homesteads just east of Stoneburg, David by 1880, Tommy a few
years later. David, having virtually nothing in the way of start-up
money, built a "soddie" or sod house in the side of a small hill for
himself, Margaret, and their young daughter Sarah Lee. Tommy and Joanah
Ritchie were able to afford a house. But they all did well economically,
surviving the difficulties of new settlement. David was able to buy a
stud horse and earn extra income from this endeavor. They all farmed
cotton, inaddition to raising most of their own food and farm stock.
Stoneburg grew enormously between 1880 and 1915, and reached the height
of its population during this time. This is when the Turners, Levertons,
and Sandefers joined their Sharp County friends and relatives in the area.
David and Margaret Armstrong donated a hilltop section of their land for
the only cemetery in particular area, known as Oak Hill. This is my
family cemetery and is still in active use for the residents of Stoneburg
-- it is where I've asked to be buried when Idie. David and Margaret
used this cemetery right away to bury a pair of male twins who died right
after birth and were never named. Their small, blank double headstone is
something I remember vividly as a child. David and Margaret had no more
children. Tragically, David became one of the next burials in Oak Hill.
He had contracted tuberculosis from nursing his father in the Union
prison camp. No doubt the rigors of breaking new land and living in a sod
house did nothing to hold this terrible disease at b 
Ritchie, Margaret Semmerine (I7749)
 
27762 Margaret Strunk was granted a divorce from Daniel Strunk on October 19, 1821.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky, County of Whitley
Friday Oct 19, 1821
Margareta Strunk Comptn
against
Daniel Strunk Deftn
Comes on and _________ ________ bill and deposition filed_________

This Cause comes on and it appearing that the Subpeona that was recorded(.) as the wife in the year 1820 --?-- the defendant being in the court admitted the same of the -- and consented that this cause---- for take up---- Chaucery.

The Court being sufficiently advised of and concerning promises (provisions) do decree and order that the complaintant be and she is hereby divorced from the defendant that the vow and matrimonial contract made and entered into between the complaint and defendant be set a side held for naught and made void and that all power and control of defendant over complaintant shall forever hereafter sease and that the property and estate which the complainant now has in her possession and which she has acquired within the last five years and all she may hereafter acquire shall be and the same; hereby vested in the complaintant free from the claim of the defendant and is further ordered and decreed that the complaintant recover of the defendant her costs by her in this suit [appended]


 
Cox, Margaret (I25126)
 
27763 Margaret Strunk was granted a divorce from Daniel Strunk on October 19, 1821.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky, County of Whitley
Friday Oct 19, 1821
Margareta Strunk Comptn
against
Daniel Strunk Deftn
Comes on and _________ ________ bill and deposition filed_________

This Cause comes on and it appearing that the Subpeona that was recorded(.) as the wife in the year 1820 --?-- the defendant being in the court admitted the same of the -- and consented that this cause---- for take up---- Chaucery.

The Court being sufficiently advised of and concerning promises (provisions) do decree and order that the complaintant be and she is hereby divorced from the defendant that the vow and matrimonial contract made and entered into between the complaint and defendant be set a side held for naught and made void and that all power and control of defendant over complaintant shall forever hereafter sease and that the property and estate which the complainant now has in her possession and which she has acquired within the last five years and all she may hereafter acquire shall be and the same; hereby vested in the complaintant free from the claim of the defendant and is further ordered and decreed that the complaintant recover of the defendant her costs by her in this suit [appended]


 
Strunk, Daniel (I25249)
 
27764 Margaret Strunk was granted a divorce from Daniel Strunk on October 19, 1821.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky, County of Whitley
Friday Oct 19, 1821
Margareta Strunk Comptn
against
Daniel Strunk Deftn
Comes on and _________ ________ bill and deposition filed_________

This Cause comes on and it appearing that the Subpeona that was recorded(.) as the wife in the year 1820 --?-- the defendant being in the court admitted the same of the -- and consented that this cause---- for take up---- Chaucery.

The Court being sufficiently advised of and concerning promises (provisions) do decree and order that the complaintant be and she is hereby divorced from the defendant that the vow and matrimonial contract made and entered into between the complaint and defendant be set a side held for naught and made void and that all power and control of defendant over complaintant shall forever hereafter sease and that the property and estate which the complainant now has in her possession and which she has acquired within the last five years and all she may hereafter acquire shall be and the same; hereby vested in the complaintant free from the claim of the defendant and is further ordered and decreed that the complaintant recover of the defendant her costs by her in this suit [appended]


 
Family F9644
 
27765 Maria Paden. Hickman, Maria L. (I31522)
 
27766 Marriage date and placed estimated. Family F9647
 
27767 Marriage date estimated from his birth year. Family F8552
 
27768 Marriage info estimated based on wife's birth year and where wife was living about the time they would have been married. Family F9717
 
27769 Marriage place estimated based on Susanah's birth place. Also, I found no record of their marriage in Whitley, KY records. Family F9669
 
27770 Marriage year estimated based on Daniel's birth year.
 
Family F9657
 
27771 Marriage year estimated based on daughter's birth year. Family F9570
 
27772 Marriage year estimated based on Nancy's birth year. Family F9693
 
27773 Marriage year estimated her birth year.
 
Family F9696
 
27774 MARRIAGE: 1st William to Sandle Argal Roberts on May 10 1824 by David Harbour Reg. 1 p 32. (Christou) Family F8267
 
27775 MARRIAGE: 2nd William age 56 widower born Cabell Co VA parents James and M. Beckett to Martha Ray single age 34 born Lawrence Co OH parents John Ray on Feb 6 1859 by William McComas. Reg. 2 p 7.
(Christou) 
Family F8268
 
27776 MARRIAGE: 6th Jan 1853 Andrew Wiseman and Hannah Pine signed James Haskell Jan 15 1853. Vol 5 p 11
Gallia Co marriages in a Dec 1963 newsletter
said she had six children Mary, George, John, Sarah, Hannah V, and Sophronia.
RESEARCHER: Robert N. Wiseman, Rt2 Box 234, Proctorville, OH 45669.
(Christou) 
Family F8272
 
27777 MARRIAGE: Charles W age 30 single born Cabell co parents Moses-Mary Beckett m. Martha A. Rece age 20 single born Cabell Co parents James H-Rebecca Rece on Dec 7 1865 by John M. Jordan. MB 2 p 14
(Christou) 
Family F8310
 
27778 MARRIAGE: Charles W. Smith age 25 single born Putnam Co parents Daniel-Sarah Smith m. Julia Ann Beckett age 16 single born Cabell co parents Moses-Mary Beckett. on Jan 6 1867 by Thomas Hawkins MB 2 p 17
(Christou) 
Family F8336
 
27779 MARRIAGE: Daniel P. Smith 19 parents Bert and Nancy Smith m. Jane Beckett age
19 parents George and Sarah. Nov 4 1860.
(Christou) 
Family F8283
 
27780 MARRIAGE: Emsley Beckett age 22 single born Cabell Co parents Moses-Rebecca Beckett m. Mary Roberts age 16 single born Cabell Co parents Sandy-Susan Roberts on Sep 26 1854 by Benjamin L. Perry MB 2 p 1
MARRIAGE: From papers of Josephine Orena Beckett Thompson. says witnesses to wedding were Frank Roberts and Nancy Smith. They were married at A.B. Roberts by Benjamin L. Perry.
(Christou) 
Family F8309
 
27781 MARRIAGE: Ironton Register Michael Thompson m. Anna Beckett May 23 1828 p. 79 by Silas Hughes JP.
(Christou) 
Family F8280
 
27782 MARRIAGE: Ironton Register newspaper gave marriage. They were married by Abraham Smith JP MB 4 p 39.
(Christou) 
Family F8293
 
27783 MARRIAGE: James Becket m. Lavonia Floyd on Oct 30 1845 by A.T.F. Fuller JP BK 4 p 46
(Christou) 
Family F8299
 
27784 MARRIAGE: John Beckett m. Nancy King Feb 21 1821 by Peter Wakefield JP BK 1-2-3 p 30
(Christou) 
Family F8274
 
27785 MARRIAGE: John Pine to Polly Beckett on Mar 1 1814 by David Harbour. Reg. 1 no 8
(Christou) 
Family F8270
 
27786 MARRIAGE: Joseph A. Smith m. Zulema Beckett May 21 1845 Ironton Register p. 74.
(Christou) 
Family F8294
 
27787 MARRIAGE: Josiah Beckett m. Henrietta King Nov 23 1820 by Peter Wakefield JP BK 1-2-3 p 26.
(Christou) 
Family F8275
 
27788 MARRIAGE: Supplied by Donna Lou LeGrand (Queen) Family F8318
 
27789 MARRIAGE: Washington Conner age 25 single born Cabell Co parents Andrew-Amelia Conner m. Louisa Beckett age 19 single born Cabell Co parents Moses-Rebecca
Beckett on Sep 6 1855 by John C. Rece MB 2 p 2
(Christou) 
Family F8312
 
27790 MARRIAGE:courthouse bk 1 p 48
(Christou) 
Family F8277
 
27791 Married by Elisha Huffines, Methodist Minister.
The only reference I found to their twin sons, was in Mary's
Obituary "...and to this union three children were born, twin
brothers, Daniel and Charles, having preceeded their mother
in death..."
None of the other handed down letters or material says
anything. I could not find anything on the web. 
Family F4846
 
27792 Married by Isaac N. Bledsoe (father of Cordelia) who was the Justice of the Peace for Lafayette County, MO. Family F3395
 
27793 Mary Conner Beckett 59, Conner, Mary (I21635)
 
27794 Mary Pine 76 VA Beckett, Mary (I21399)
 
27795 McGee Cemetery (Stratford, Garvin County, Oklahoma). Source (S2863)
 
27796 Member of the Confederate Army and died while in the service. He left a wife and six children. His youngest son "Little Ben" born 1861 was raised by Benjamin M. Estes, Edward's brother. Estes, Edward (I12150)
 
27797 Member of the firm Estes & Cowdrey, of Eros, AR which connection was made in NOV. 1893 Most of his life was around Marion and Boone Counties. At the age of 16 he entered the Confederate service (Harret Second Battalion, 27th Arkansas Infantry made up in Yellville, AR ) served faithfully from 1861 to 1865, being mustered out with the rank of Lieutenant in charge one section of courier line from Miss to Trans-Miss Department having participated in the engagements of Poison Springs, Marks Mill and too numerous others to mention.

Upon his return he found his parents in a needy condition and he at once gave them his aid in the making of a crop, and he never again was blessed with the opportunity of attending school.

Elliott's Regiment under General Cabbell. Military Marker in the Speer Cemetery reads: Ben M. Estes Lieut. Co. C ARK Calvary Confederate States Army Sep. 23, 1844 Aug.13, 1934

He was carpenter, farmer, tradesman, and other trades. STRONG DEMOCRAT. Bought, built, and sold several homes finally settling on a farm in the Capps area of Boone Co., AR He was married three times being widowed two times. 
Estes, Benjamin Mason (I12156)
 
27798 Michael Thompson 49, Thompson, Michael Edward (I21429)
 
27799 Migrated with 3 brothers to North Carolina in the 1740's. He was in Warren County, North Carolina in 1790. He owned a 795 acre p lantation with slaves on Sandy Creek in Granville County, North Carolina.

John Dickerson gives 100 acres to daughter, Elizabeth, for natur al love and affection, on June 3, 1755.

WILL OF EMANUEL FORKNER

*IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN. Be it known to all men that I, Emanue l Forkner, Of Iredell County in the state of North Carolina, bei ng in perfect mind and sound memory, and calling to mind the unc ertainty of this life and it has been pleased to god to bestow s ome small benefits of this life to me, I do dispose of them as f olloweth, I do this my last will and testament in manner and for m, the following items: I give unto my beloved wife, Elizabeth F orkner, My land and three Negroes, Eliza, Carry and Molly, and a ll estate of whatsoever kind I am possessed with until her death . I give unto my daughter, Anne, one shilling currency of this s tate. To my son, Moses, I give one shilling currency. I give unt o my son, Aaron, one shilling currency. I give unto my son, John , one shilling currency. I give unto my son, Ford, five pounds c urrency. I give unto my son, Hardy, one shilling currency. I giv e to my daughter, Temperance Ball, one shilling currency. I give to my son, Shugar, one shilling currency. I give unto me son, F rancis, at my wife’s decease, My Negro boy, Cary and one-half of my Negro winch, Eliza and my land and working horses. I give un to my daughter, Elizabeth, at my wife’s decease, one-half of Neg ro winch, Eliza and her girl, Nelly and their riding mare called Celcia. I do appoint that if either of my children, Frances or Elizabeth, should die without heir, that this estate will fall t o the other. I do appoint and ordain this my last will and testa ment and I do likewise appoint my wife executrix and my son, Fra nces, executor. Given under my hand and seal this twenty-eighth day of July in the year of our Lord one-thousand seven-hundred a nd ninety-seven.

Emanuel Forkner
X

/s/ John Thomson X
/s/ Wineford Dickerson X

DEED TO EMANUEL FALKNER

November 27, 1760 Granville County, North Carolina. Thos Child f or Lord Granville for King George II grants 695 acres of vacant land to Emanuel Falkner lying on Sandy Creek and John Dickerson' s line.

was born Abt. 1718 in Queen
Anne's County, Maryland8, and died 1798 in Iredell County, North Carolina

The 8 October 1754 roll of Colonel William Eaton's Regiment of N orth
Carolina Militia (Volume 22, North Carolina State Records) lists Emanuel
Falkner and William Falkner in Captain John Glover's Company; Em anuel
Falkner, William Falkner and Samuel Falkner in Captain Sugan Jon es' Company,
and Francis Falkner and Emanuel Falkner in Captain Andrew Hampto n's Company.

James Falkner reports that Emanuel Faulkner fought in the Americ an
Revolution. He was a Minute Man in the Cape Fear area.

25 Sep 1777: Court House Record - "John Gilliam to Joseph Mangum , 80
Acres on SS Courthouse Prong of Sandy Creek adj Joseph Mangum at County
Road to William Howels Branch on WS William Howel and adj Manuel Forkner where Aron Forkner now lives, including land where said Gilliam now lives."

13 Sep 1774: Court House Record - "Emanuel Forkner to Howell Man gum,
Planter, both of Bute Co. for 80 Acres on SS Court House Prong o f Sandy
Creek, adj to Joseph Mangum at the County Road to mouth of Willi am Howels Branch on WS Plantation of William Howel including the plantation on which Martin Dickerson lived." 
Faulkner, Emanuel Ford (I4475)
 
27800 Moses Beckett 60, Beckett, Moses (I21415)
 

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