I am looking for any information about Mary Holems Vause Garrison and Robert Garrison. Robert was sold to a Mrs. Rachel Chambers, widow of Isreal Chambers. Mary born 1825 died Nov. 1918 and burried in Chofiel Cenetery in Fayette. Children of Robert and Mary are as follows: Jno
1840, Isac 1845, Shelby 1848, Lee 1850, Monroe 1851, Henry 1853, Elick 1854, Fielding 1858, Kirk 1862 Louis 1864, Charles 1868, Mary 1871, and Sarah.
John Gilbert died about 1807 owning property in Jefferson and Claiborne Counties. Need names of his heirs from Probate or inventory. Do know that his widow was Elizabeth Alston Gilbert. She remarried Edmund Duggan of Clairborne Co. Elizabeth died about 1827, seperated from Duggan. Please help me! Contact me direct by E-mail DEC1019@aol.com or Dorothy E. Cox, 1019 Sugar Mountain Court, Sugar Land, Tx 77478-2759.
Beginning research on Gordon/Stewart family in Fayette, Jefferson Co., MS. JAMES JUDSON GORDON and MARY LOUCRETIA STEWART. J. J. Gordon's father, JOHN GORDON, JR., married MARY HOLDEN and ran the riverboat dock at Rodney?
I am looking for info on JOHN A. GRAVES and RACHEL I. (SANFORD) GRAVES. I think that J. J. "JAP" GRAVES was a brother to JOHN. John was born in 1860. They would probably show up in old Lawrence, Covington or Marion Counties. John had John C. Buford, Zeke, Oscar, Lewis and Belle. J.J. had William (Vann).
Searching for information on Abner Green, son of Thomas M. Green. He was born in Virginia in 1762. In 1784, he married Mary Hutchins. He died at White Apple Village near Natchez. And yes, he did live in Jefferson County. Would like to share
information with anyone else searching this line.
I would be very thrilled if someone could give me the exact location of the burial site for John Benjamin Griffing b.7 Aug. 1758 d.23 sep. 1803 and his wife Penelope Coleman Griffing b. 10. Jan 1756 d.23 sep. 1808. Any informantion information would be greatly appreciated.
Interested in the families of Daniel Griffing m. Elizabeth Curtis (he the son of John Benjamin Griffing and Penelope Coleman and she the daughter of William Curtis Jr. and Mary Barfield.) Also interested in others tracing Hannah Swayze mother of Penelope Coleman and her other daughter, Hannah Coleman who married John B. Griffing's brother Gabriel Griffing. Post replies directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have information on WILLIAM LEWIS HARPER and family-coming from VA to MS in 1807 and settling in Jefferson Co., MS. They owned property out from Fayette--Seclusval Plantation. I am the great-grandson and have much information on Harpers. Please contact.
Need information on WALKER SANDERS HARPER, son of William Lewis Harper of Jefferson Co., MS born 1849; never married; died 1914. He was a planter in Washington Co., MS.
I am in need of information on Richard HAWKINS, Robert HAWKINS, John HAWKINS and Richard C. HAWKINS from the year of 1790 to 1840. Richard and Robert lived in the Tombigbee area early 1800, John lived in Villa Gayoso in 1792. Richard C. joined the 1812 war in 1812 and later married Sylvana McDonald in 1819 in Jefferson Co, MS. Richard Sr. moved to warren Co. Robert disappeared and Richard C. and his Father John moved to Hot Springs, Territory in 1830. Thanks, Macon V. HAWKINS
I am looking for any information on my great-grandparents: ISAIAH HENCE and ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) COLE. They were married Feb 1870, Adams Co. by Elder Duncan and listed as newlyweds on 1870 Federal Census in Fayette, Jefferson Co., MS. They moved to Natchez between July, 1870 and 1880. All their children were born in Adams Co. Isaiah's mother was born in MS and his Father was born in VA. Elizabeth's mother was born in VA and her father in MD.
Looking for parents and family sheet on JOHN B. ISONHOOD b: abt 1790; d: bef 1850; lived in Jefferson County, MS. Children: Francis L.; John M. C.; Martha; and William. Descendants settled in Yazoo County, MS. John M.C. m: MATILDA ROWLEY in Yazoo City, MS.
DATE: 22 Jan 1997
NAME: Daniel Jackson*********************
JACKSON / STOKES
Seeking information on MARTIN ELISHA JACKSON b. 10 Sep 1854 in Clarke Co., MS di. 12 Sep 1928 in Jefferson Co., MS. Wife was named SARAH MATILDA STOKES. Any info on this family would be appreciated. Thanks!
My great-great grandfather, Michael KARRICK, was according to his obituary working in a mine in Rodney, MS for quite some time before his death. I have been unable to find out anything about this mine. I feel certain it was a lead mine. Any help???
I am looking for information about my gg-grandmother, MARTHA KEENAN who married JOHN ALFRED MATTINGLY in 1855. She had two children, MARY HELEN MATTINGLY and IDA MATTINGLY. John Alfred was killed in a saloon in Rodney, Jefferson Co., MS in 1857. Martha was pregnant with her second child at the time. She later married a Mr. TRIMBLE and had a son ADRIAN TRIMBLE (I know that line). Upon Mr. Trimble's death she moved north (maybe Arkansas) to care for her deceased sister's children. She soon married her brother-in-law "because it didn't look right" to the neighbors for her to be living there and not married. My problem: I cannot seem to find any information about Martha from before she married John Alfred Mattingly or after she left this area. I have information on the Mattingly family from 1664 if anyone is interested.
I visited the cemetery in Fayette where John Alfred MATTINGLY is buried and found nearby (J. A. M. is buried between them) these KEENAN folks: FRANCIS KEENAN, b 7 May 1792 in County Down, Ireland, d. 19 Nov 1857 in Natchez; MARTHA KEENAN w/o Francis Keenan, b. 20 Sept 1800 Washington, MS, d. 23 May 1822; MARY ANN KEENAN w/o Francis Keenan, b. 4 July 1818, d. 11 Apr 1852. There was also MARTHA THEODOSIA KEENAN, daughter of TIK and WEA, b 5 Mar 1850, d 25 Nov 1852. I speculate that my Martha was the daughter of Francis and Mary Ann Keenan as she was probably born around 1835 (family rumors). The visit to the cemetery was most informative. I also visited the STEPHENS cemetery at Dennis Crossroads near Red Lick and will have some inquiries about that later. Any help and any new relations will be appreciated.
LEE / BEAUBE / COFFEY / WALLACE / GREEN / BAREFOOT / BUTCHER / ABELS
I am continuing research on my paternal families: Andrew C. LEE, s/o John Hiram LEE and Clara WALLACE; John Hiram LEE s/o David William LEE and Cordelia B. COFFEY; David William LEE s/o John LEE and Esther GREEN; John LEE s/o Thomas LEE, Sr. and Milly Genette BAREFOOT.
Thomas LEE b. in KY, ca. 1790 is found in 1810 census of Jefferson Co., MS. Descendants later moved to Claiborne and Franklin Co., MS
Further researching family line of Cordelia B. COFFEY d/o Simeon COFFEY and Sarah Elizabeth BEAUBE (BOBEE); Sarah Elizabeth BEAUBE d/o Jacques Louis BEAUBE (BAUBET, BOBEE) and Susan BUTCHER. Primarily need data on COFFEY and BUTCHER lines.
Need information on Clara WALLACE d/o Joseph Monroe WALLACE and Josephine A. LEE; Joseph Monroe Wallace s/o James WALLACE and Mahala Abels. Primary interest is for James Wallace and Mahala ABELS lines.
Looking for information on Nell Vaughn LINDSEY. Her mother's last name was KIRBY and she is burined in Fayette, MS. Nell was born in 1919 and a sister in 1920. Their mom had one or two club feet. Nell was never adopted by the VAUGHN family in Hazlehurst, MS. Later she married J. B. LINDSEY of Crystal Springs. Any information regarding her parents would be appreciated especially because of a rare disease. Nell and J. B. Lindsey had 10 children--8 who are living today. Thanks.
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