I'm trying to learn more about Lawrence SCARBOROUGH and his families. Lawrence SCARBOROUGH and his first wife, Agnes STRINGER arrived in Jefferson County around 1809. Lawrence probably married his second wife, Elizabeth GIVEN, in Jefferson County around 1811. Possible children of the first marriage were Allen, Mary, Lawrence, Nancy Ann, Alice, Asa, Zilla Ann, Silas, Elizabeth, and John. Children from the second marriage
may include Martha, Lydia Agnes, and Jackson. Lawrence, his second wife, and some of his children moved on to Union County, Arkansas by 1825, but some grown children remained in Mississippi. I'm also trying to learn more about Silas SCARBOROUGH, son of Lawrence SCARBOROUGH. Silas was born in GA around 1805. He married Harriett CONNELL in Jefferson County in 1824. By 1825 the family had moved to Union County, Arkansas.
Charles (Culpepper) WARREN b. 5 Feb 1820, MS; married Lenora SCOTT 13 Jan 1842, Franklin Co., MS (Lenora b. 1824); children: Nehimiah B. b. 15 Apr 1842, MS; John Winfield b. 1846, MS. Lenora is first wife--believe family lived in Jefferson Co., MS. (Charles & the 2 boys & a Mary WARREN age 70 from SC show up on the 1850 Jefferson Co. Census.)
On 17 Sep 1850 Charles WARREN married 2nd wife Ann SMITH; children: Florence C. b. 16 Apr 1855, Union Church, Jefferson Co., MS. Around 1856/57 the family moved to New Waverly, TX.
Could Lenora be child of Nehimiah & Margaret Lee SCOTT m. 14 Aug 1823 in Franklin Co., MS? Trying to find family of Charles Warren in Jefferson CO.--late census records show his parents were born in GA? Looking for the Scott family & Smith family also. Happy to share information.
John SEARCY married Susannah COLE in 1795. Who were her parents? John died 1806 and in 1807 Susannah married Jeremiah ROBINETT. Her marriage bond was signed by William COLE. Was William her father? Children of John and Susannah Searcy were Elizabeth, Mary, Frances m. Benjamin ROBERTS, Sarah m. Joseph D. ABNEY, Anne d. before 1809 and Asa. Children born between 1796 and 1805. About 1809 an older Asa Searcy was appointed guardian of these children. How was he related to John Searcy? Will share and exchange info.
James SHANNON, War of 1812 Veteran, married Margaret GRIMLIER 1812 in Jefferson Co., MS, but the family lived in Claiborne Co. for many years as do descendants. James born ca 1794, ?where, Died 1847, burial site unknown. Margaret was born ca 1797 Mississippi Territory, died 1868, buried Sarepta Cemetery.
Children of James & Margaret: Madison T., William S., Ferdinand A., Benjamin Franklin (my line), Sarah Ann, Percy Lanoni, Sydneyham, Wellington, Priscilla M., James L., and 2 infants that died. Were James & Margaret living apart at his death? James was my 3rd great-grandfather.
I am looking for information on JOHN CALVIN SHOEMAKER and his wife, LENA SUMRALL, daughter of Green Sumrall and Hardie Jordan. JOHN CALVIN SHOEMAKER, b. August 4, 1875, D. 1960 and married LENA SUMRALL on December 18, 1892 in Jefferson County, MS. I am especially looking for John Calvin Shoemaker's parents and other ancestors. He had 3 uncles named Asberry, Booker and William J. Shoemaker. John Calvin Shoemaker's children with Lena were: Nonie May, John Elmer, Wylie, Joe, Effie, Luther, Mary Alice, J. C., Lucille and Julius. I have information on the Shoemaker and Sumrall families that I am willing to share.
Davis SHORT (1792-1865) m. Unity Jane BARKSDALE (1797-1876) 18 Feb 1814 Marion Co MS
(1) Malinda b. 23 May 1815
(2) Matilda b. 6 Dec 1816
(3) Aaron Burwell b. 24 Nov 1818
(4) Hezekiah b. 11 Dec 1820
(5) Elizabeth b. 8 Dec 1822
(6) Mary Ann b. 2 Jan 1825
(7) Clarinda b. 21 Nov 1826
(8) Elijah L. b. 26 Jan 1829
(9) Andrew Jackson b. 10 Dec 1830
(10)Salena b. 15 Feb 1833
(11)Lucy Ann b. 4 Apr 1834
(12)Sarah Jane b. 10 Mar 1836
(13)Clairborne b. 3 Aug 1837
Davis Short & Unity Barksdale Short and most of family are buried in Pleasant Hill Cem, Jefferson Co MS. Davis Short,, son of John & Mary Ann "Maggie" Short Unity (Barksdale) Short, daughter of Abner & Elizabeth "Betsy" (Garrett) Barksdale. If you are researching this family, please contact me - maybe we can put this puzzle together. Thank you, Bob Butler
Aaron Burwell SHORT (b.1818), son of Davis & Unity Jane (BARKSDALE) SHORT m. Mary Jane BUIE (b.1818), dau of Gilbert & Catherine (CAMERON) BUIE 29 Apr 1843 Jefferson Co, MS. Children: (1) Allen b. ca 1844 m. Evae MIKELL (2) Edward b. ca 1847 m. Geneva WEATHERSBY & Emma V. MCMILLAN (3) Eudora b. ca 1848 m. A.L. HUFF (4) Arthamissa b. ca 1850 m. W.H. CLARK (5) Viola b. 13 Sep 1852 m. Albert Gallatin BAILEY Are you researching this family? Please contact me. Thanks- Bob Butler
I'm looking for info on the ancestors of William Coffee SMITH b. 04 Oct 1850 in MS. He married 08 Jan 1874 to Elizabeth TAYLOR. William Coffee SMITH died 16 Mar 1929 in McBride, Jefferson MS. His mother was Mary CORNELIA (whom I would also like info about) and his father might have been William or Albert, but I'm not sure. Any help would be appreciated.
I am seeking information on the following surnames: William Monroe "Roe" SOUTHERN m.Lillie Olivia ASHLEY, SOUTHERN, Bremer b.23 May 1892, Rosetta, Wilkinson Co.,Ms, d.28 Aug 1962, buried Centruies Memorial Cem., Shreveport,La. Children: 1. Carter (m) 2. Normie (m) 3. Ossie (m) Twin 4. Clarence James b. 15 Nov 1911, Winnsboro, La d. 9 Oct 1969 Shreveport, La m.20 Sept 1932, Jessie Lee VICE b.23 Jan 1917, Monore, La, d.abt 1934 or 1935 Shreveport, La, buried Monore, La, cause unknown. Twin 5. Ernest Flowers (m) b. 15 Nov 1911, Winnsboro, La Twin 6. Leo (m) Twin 7. Cleo (m) Also, Jonathan DAY b. abt 1770, m. Miss TRICE. William PARTIN b. 1809 son: Oren PARTIN b. 9 May 1829 d. 27 July 1890, buried Shropshire Cem., Wilkinson Co., Ms., m. 17 April, 1851 Temperance "Tempy" SHROPSHIRE dau. Verona Alice PARTIN m. 29 NOV 1987 Thomas Curtis ASHLEY dau. Lillie O. ASHLEY. I have some information on ASHLEY, DAY, SHROPSHIRE, but nothing on SOUTHERN or Vice. Please help. Thanks.
I am looking for any information on the Stampley or Kinstley families in Jefferson County, Mississippi. I know my great great grandparents, John Jacob and Maybella Stampley. were residents. Their daughter, Naomi Julia Stampley married Christopher Columbus Kinstley on March 25, 1889. My mother was Naomi Julia's name sake. Also family legend speak of a community known as STAMPLEY, MS. Some say it was a large plantation, others say it was a small town that drifted apart. Any information is
I am looking for into on JAMES HENRY STAMPLEY married to DIRECTOR SMITH and their son JACOB married to MABELLA COMPTON both families listed on 1850 Jefferson Co., MS census. I was told that Stampley, MS was once a town and any additional info on that would be appreciated.
I am looking for the parents of Daniel H Stephens who lived in Jefferson Co. in the early 1800's. He fought in the War of 1812 and is buried in the Stephens Cemetery near Dennis Crossroads near Red Lick. His wife was Rutha Cater whose parents I am also seeking. Descendants of Daniel and Rutha still live in the Jefferson County area.
Looking for more information on ancestors of John H. Stuart whose obituary states he was born 1825 in Greenville, MS. I believe his parents to be James Stuart and Nancy Berkshire who married 1808 Clark Co., IN. and his grandfather as William Stuart who came to Campbell Co., KY. around 1775 and served in the Revolution. I believe all of this family moved on to IN. with William buried in Washington Co., James in Floyd Co., and John in Crawford Co. Any help appreciated.
Looking for information concerning the THETFORD/THEDFORD family in Jefferson County and surrounding counties. Also looking for other researchers of this surname. Preston G. THETFORD, (b. 16 Jul 1812; d. 15 Jan 1885) son of Gabirel THETFORD, is buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Jefferson County. Other members of the THETFORD family are also buried there. Have some information on this family that I am willing to share.
Seeking information on David TORREY (?January 29, 1827) who moved from Robeson County, NC to Jefferson County, MS with his family in 1817. His first wife was Anna McDUFFIE and their children were: Archibald, David II, and George D. His second wife was Margaret McPHAUL and their children were: Nancy or Emily C., Neill, Elizabeth, Mary, Effie, John M., Katherine, Margaret, Sarah and James. Would like to correspond with descendants of David Torrey or other Torrey family members from Mississippi or elsewhere who may not be sure of any connection. Thanks for any help offered.
Am searching for info. relative to CHARLES TREFOE, b.abt 1781, m.abt 1800, wife name unknown. HULDA E. TREFOE, b.11/09/1824, believed to be the youngest of 12 children. She married a JEREMIAH NICHOLS, b.12/21/1819. Both she and her husband were born in Jefferson Co. CHARLES TREFOE was in War of 1812. Enlisted as a private in Fitzpatrick Reg't, Mississippi Militia. Possible father and mother were CHARLES TROUFLEAU, b.1766, and FRANCOISE TROUFLEAU. Grandmother , MARIE ETAUNARD. All believed to have came from France to MS by way of NEW Orleans, LA
John and Vashti (Chruch) White were married in Ohio but moved to Port Gibson sometime thereafter as Elisabeth White, one of their children was born there in 1815. They had six other children but I do not know if they were born in Port Gibson also. Daughter Mary b.abt.1816 may have been born in Jefferson County, MS. By 1829 they had moved on to LA. Any info on this White family would be appreciated.
WILLIAM JACKSON WILKINSON, b. Jefferson Co., Ms, 11-29-1828. Removed from Jefferson Co. to Tx about 1863. M. Nancy Rose Mires, 1875, Menard Co., Tx. W.J. Wilkinson's parents were DANIEL WILKINSON and ELIZABETH OSBORN, reportedly living on a "plantation" in Jefferson Co. during noted time periods. Would appreciate info on any Wilkinsons, this county, this approximate time period.
Need help with PUTNAM T. WILLIAMS who married JUDITH VIRGINIA MARKHAM 1829 in Fayette, Jefferson Co., MS Where did he come from? I have searched many Jefferson Co., MS records but find no clues to Putnam T. William's ancestry. Family records state that he came from Vermont or Rhode Island. He was in Putnam Co., GA in 1820. Records suggest that he was well educated, a lawyer, appointed Treasurer of Jefferson Co., MS c. 1826. Putnam T. Williams died in 1835, 'about age 30' and the MS Bar Association in Jackson, MS wore black and closed down for the day to attend his funeral. He left a sizeable estate and two orphan children. Interesting man--but, who is he? Any ideas?? Thanks, Pam.
Looking for H.L. (possibly Hiram Levi) and W.C. (probably William). Both listed 1860, only H.L. in 1870 and
1880. William in 1900. They are brothers to my 4th great grandmother, Nancy Winters Peasley. They signed an affidavit in 1890 while living in Jefferson co., Miss, that they were present at her wedding in Dearborn co., Ind, to Jacob Peasley in 1831. I need proof of parents. It is thought that father of Nancy is Levi. Any help would be appreciated. I have all the census information for these census for the Winters family. Would like to correspond with descendants. Thanks. Peggy Powell, Hornick, IA 51026
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