CHAPTER 11

ODDS AND ENDS







Early Settlers of Maryland

Skoodas 929.4skd Ref.

Liber Folio Transp. Remarks
Alice Ford 5 2 1661
Amb. 15 390 1676
Ann 15 437 1677
Constance 6 122 1660
David 16 79 1670
Edward 11 482 1668
Elizabeth 17 572 1672
Elizabeth 18 166 1674
Hannah ABH 244 1640
Joane 6 235 1663
John 10 571 1667 of Virginia
John 17 572 1672
Lydia 5 245 1663. Serv. Wife of Robert
Margaret 15 527 1678
Mary ABH 95 1641 Serv. (1,fol.113)
Mary 10 566 1667
Ford Liber Folio Transp. Remarks
Peter 10 569 1665-6
Rebecca 6 97 1659
Robert ABH 102 1641 a boy (1. Fol.130)
Robert 10- 499 1667 Immigrated
Robert 15 443 1673
Sarah WC2 364 1680 Widow of William
Stephen 9 433 1663
Thomas ABH 348 1652 prior
Thomas WC2 67 1673 Immig. Frm. Virg.
Thomas 15 452 1670 1678
Tomison WC2 120 1680
William WC2 364 m. Sarah dau of R. Preston
William 443 443




Emigrants in Bondage

London to America 1719-1744

Sheffield, John; 41A ESSEX. Virg. Bennet, James Reid, 3 people, April 25, 1731, T 53/35 P. 496-7

Speapman, None

Jobe None

Perkins, Chas. 43G Newgate, Vir Md. Forward Galley

George Buckeridge (1) Dec 21, 1731

Hannah 10 newgate, Maryland, Gilbert Darby Lux (85) Jan 32,1721.

John 37,54 Newgate, Vir. Forward Galley, Geo. Bucheridge, (155) Oct 28, 1730

Joseph 33 Newgate, Vir. Or Md. Elizab. Wm Whithorn (118) June 27 1740

Mary 64 Newgate, Md or Virg. ESSEX, Ambrose Cock, (50), May 31, 1740

Ford

B 32 Newgate Vg. Susanna, John Vickers, (700),June 24, 1727.

Eliza 70 Newgate, Vg. Seahorse, John Rindell, (102) Oct 2, 1741.

James (53E) (81) Surry. Vg or Md. Dorsetshire, William Long (138) Jan 26, 1735

John (3A) Surrey, Maryland, Margaret , William Green (44), May 11, 1719

Margt. (13) Newgate, Maryland Forward Frigate,

Daniel Rundell, 71, Oct 18, 1722.

Richard (63) Newgate Md. York Anthony Bacon, (114), oct 9, 1739

Sarah (39) Newgate Vg. Forward Galley, George Buckenridge, (1550 Oct. 28, 1730

Thomas (33) Newgate, Carolina or Vg. Ann Thos. Wrangham (66), Feb. 21, 1723/4

William Kent Colonies in American, Forward Galley Jno. Sargent 39 Sept 27, 1742







(Calender of Maryland State papers- The Black Book)

Before 1721; Scotch Prisoners taken at Preston, England. To the Gov. (Charles Calvert) and Council.

The prisoners, being confined in Liverpool were advised to petition the King for pardon; some merchants hearing of the King's intended clemency got an order whereby they hurried the prisoners off to sea; the prisoners did not sign any indentures; they consider that after their transportation they could not by any lawful means be made prisoners against their consent; yet, though they have served their masters five years according to the Acts of Assembly limiting the period of indenture services, their masters refuse to discharge them; they prey the King' speech to Parliament on May 6, 1717 and his pardon thereupon may be considered and hope that they may be liberated from servitude.

On verso; August 3, 1721, the Upper House decrees that the prisoners are to serve seven years according to the condition of their transportation.

1721, Aug. 3; To the Masters of Scotch prisoners who have petitioned for freedom. The servant's petition for freedom has been rejected, but the master is notified not to treat him ill because of his absence on the occasion. One of the names appearing beneath the message M J Lloyd, James Hill, David (?) Mackey, John McBeane, John Ford, Robert Hynderson, Edward Penn, Mary Bythe,

To Gov. Horatio Sharpe and Upper and Lower Houses of Assemble. from; The Inhabitants of Baltimore County.

Petition for a tobacco inspection warehouse at Fell's Point instead of at Baltimore Town; enumerate the advantage of the proposed site. 1753-1769; One of the signatures was Thomas Ford.

Index of Revolutionary War pension Applications

Ford;

Benjamin, Md. BLWt. 1133-450. Issued 9-20-1825

Benjamin, Mary R3658

Benjamin, Private in Lee's Legion Penn. Quota, BLWt. 9366 and 13107. Issued 4-27-1799 to Ab M. Bell, assignee. No papers

Lloyd, Md. S2555

John, Md. S39532 (see Quarterly, June 32, p. 59)

Joseph, Md S34867

William, Md. S31034

Sheffield;

William, N.C. Elizabeth, W26453; BLWt. 36648-160-55

George, N.C., Mary, W3611

List of Civil War Pensioners

Metcalfe & Monroe Co. Ky.

on the Rolls Jan. 1, 1883

Name Post office Cause Cert. No.

Wm. B. Artiburn $5 Summer Shade Total blindness 83595

Jesse H. Jobe $4 Summer Shade chr. diar. 6309

James W Perkins $8 Summer Shade inj. chest 154347

Wm. Perkins II $6 Summer Shade w. face 88904

Elizabeth Sheffield Tompkinsville widow 142823

Lisby M. Ford $4 Tompkinsville chr. diar. & 212673

dis. of abd. visc

Cemetaries

Green, Sullivan, Unicon and Washington Counties

Tennessee 1780-1960; Cemetary located on Peewe branch of Red River Creek (known locally as Red River) which is also a branch of Sinking Creek between Harmoney and Douglas Shed Community of Washington county Tn. It is on the farm of Mr. Houston Deakins 13 Civil District of Washington Co.

This cemetery is very heavily covered with undergrowth and trees. Many graves are unmarked and some have only plane unlettered field stones. Readable marked graves were copied.

Martha Ealnor Hall Oct 3, 1910 Jan 26, 1915

Alice Gertrude Ford June 15, 1889 July 11,1889

William S Ford Jan 1, 1855 Jan 18, 1926

Melvinea Ford Jan 30 1859 Jan 27, 1926

Grant June 7, 1859



Lloyd Ford, b. 1784, Near Grey's Station marked by limestone rock. L.F. 1834 PLW. Ref. McCrown. Ref. 1939 Year Book DAR.

Tennessee Divorces 1794-1854

by Gale W. Banner G G and Debbie W Spero

Mary Ford, married 1819 to Lloid Ford of Sullivan Co. 1829 with whom she lived many years. 269-1829.

Early Settlers of Maryland,

by Gust Skords. Baltimore

Gealogical Pub. Co. 1968.

Thomas Ford, Liber ABH, Folio 348 Transported prior to 1652. Servant.

John Price Liber 18. Folio 134,167, service 1674 of Ann Clrundel Co.

Maryland Wills

Alexander Chapell, A.A. co. Md.

Nov. 16, 1699; Nov 19, 1699

To wife Elizabeth, 1 shilling, friend Ann, wife of Samuel Chew, extx. And residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including dwelling plantation. Test; Thomas Fentham, Mosses Wilson, Daniel Lyon.

Morgan Capbell, wife of Alexander Capell,

Cecil Co. Jan 3, 1702; April 6, 1703

To Mathew Shall, Jean Hunt, George Douglas and Nicholas Dalton, personalty.

To William, son of William Douglas, 100 acres.

To Augusta Thompson, residue of estate, real and personal.

Exs., Thomas Mansell, William Douglas, Sr.

Test; Mathew Shaw, Jno. Tally, Nich. Dalton, George Douglass

Thomas Capell, Baltimore Co. Md.

May 19, 1703; Jan. 24, 1704

To godson Thomas, son of Greenfield, John Kinball, Sr. and Martha, wife of John Hall, personalty.

To wife Mary, extx. And residuary legatee of estate, real and personal during widowhood. At her marriage or deceased, estate to pass to John, son of Jno. Hall

Test; Jenry Knowies, Jas. Presbury, Francis Griffith.

Benjamin Capell, A.A. Co., Md.

May 9, 1711; August 20, 1711

To Capell Holland and heirs, dwelling plantation; should he die without issue, said plantation to pass to Jacob Holland and heirs, and in succession to Susannah Holland and heirs.

To Benjamin Price and heirs,; Old plantation bought of his father, Mordecai Price; he dying without issue, said plantation to pass ti Mordecai Price, Jr. and heirs.

To Elizabeth Lilly and heirs, certain Negroes; she dying without issue, said Negroes to pass to Benjamin Norris, Mary Price., Sr, Capell Gott, personalty.

To Thomas and Jacob Holland afsd. All testator's portion of estate of Anthony Holland. Wife Isabel, extx. And residue legates. Test; Thomas Holland, Richard Gott. Alexander Tanzey.

Isabella Campbell

Sept 10, 1717; Dec 22,1717

To grandson Jacob Holland and heirs, 50 acres, part of friendship, and personalty.

To granddaughter Isabelle Price and grandson Thomas Tucker, personalty.

To daughter Mary Price, extx. And heirs, residue of estate, real and personal.

Test; William Foard, Robert Gott.

William Coale, St. Jarome's, St. Mary's Co., Md.

March 25, 1659; July 17, 1669

To daughter Sarah, wife of Elias Beach, personalty.

To wife Sarah exec. Residue of estate during widowhood, In the event of said wife, estate to be equally divided between

Sarah and children, Richard, William, John, Nicholas and daughter Mary Coale.

Test; Thomas Pair , Thomas Griffin.

Robert Cole, St. Clement's Bay, St. Mary's Co. Md.

April 2, 1662; Sept. 15, 1663

To three sons, Robert, William, and Edward, land.

To Jane Cole of Middlesex Co. England, and Roman Catholic Church, personalty; child to be of age at age 18.

Exs.,Col. Wm. Evans of St. Clement's Bay, Capt. Luke Gardner and Cous. Henry Hankes of London.

Test; Thomas Brook, James Thomson Clarke, Edward Clarke.

Giles Cole, Cha. Co. Md.

Oct 7, 1675; Oct 27, 1675

To Stephen Coward and John Lemare, John Hawkins, Jr. and his brother Henry, and their sister Elizabeth Hawkins; also to Thomas Hawkins, personalty.

Henry Hawkins, Ex. And residuary legates.

Test; Humphery Jones, Henry Neal.

William Coale, A.A. Co.,Md.

Oct 26, 1678; Feb. 16, 1678

To son William by former wife Hester, and heirs, Great Bonnerstum on West River.

To second son William by said wife Hester, and heirs, 100 acres. Part of Hickory Hills at 21 years of age.

To wife Elizabeth, execx., 300 acres, part of Portland Manor.

To son Philip by said wife Elizabeth, land afsd. Bequeathed to wife at her death.

To daughter Elizabeth, personalty at 16 years of age.

Should either of afsd..... younger sons die without issue, surviving to inherit decease's portion. In the event of death of all sons without issue, land to descend to next in line of Coale first male, then female.

Test; Samuel Lane, Thomas Francis.

John Cole, St. Mary's Co. , Md.

Jan 3, 1687; March 3, 1687

To son William, land; also home plantation if unborn child to be a daughter.

To unborn child, if son, home plantation.

To wife Ann, Execx., personalty.

Test; Elias Beach, Jno Wilkes, Nich. Cole

Nicholas Cole, St. Mary's Co., Md.

Feb. 4, 1687; March 15, 1587

To Richard Renton during life, all land

To William Cole, son of John Cole, and heirs, said land at death of Richard afsd. Said land to pass to unborn child of Ann Cole should William afsd. Die without issue.

To Elizabeth Cole sister Mary Guyther, Elizabeth Beach, and To Mary Guyther, elder daughter of William Guyther, personalty.

Ex. Not named

Test; Sarah Benton, William Guyther, Thomas Griffin, Mary Luck.

George Cole, Calvert Co. Md.

Oct 2, 1699; Oct 3, 1700

To elder son Henry and heirs, 200 acres, Grantham Hall, between the Old Clift's Patch and Hardesines Branch, and 44 acres, Little Gunner

To 2nd son Edward and heirs, residue of Grantham Hall afsd.

To elder daughter Ann, 2nd. Daughter Sarah and young daughter Elizabeth, personalty.

To wife Ann, extx., life interest in land afsd.

Test; Thomas Cockshutt, Robert Woods.

William Cole, A.A. Co. Md

June 24, 1700; Oct 28,1700

To brother Philip and Cassandra his wife, brother William and sister Elizabeth, wife of Nathan Smith, and the Quakers, personalty.

Wife Elizabeth, extx. And residuary legatee. Test; Samuel Chew, Elizabeth Biggs, Jno. Ratford, Sarah Ratford

Elizabeth Cole, Kent Co. Md.

March 16,1707; April 24, 1710

To husband Daniel Cole, dwelling plantation, part of Hyde Park.

To sons William and James Watson and Nathaniel Cole, residue of Hyde Park afsd. In Kent co. Equally. Test; William Crowe, Sarah Reed, Philip Braddick.

Robert Cole, St. Mary's Co. Md.

March 3, 1719; April 1720

To son John and heirs, dwelling plantation.

To son Robert, and heirs, Cole"s purchase at head of Choptank Bay, personalty.

To daughter Mary and heirs, Pearewales; personalty.

To wife Elizabeth, personalty and with children residue of estate.

Exs; wife Elizabeth and brother Edward

Test; George Jenjens, Cuthbert Sewell, Vitus Herbert.

William Coale, A.A. Co. Md.

July 5, 1713; June 24, 1715

To wife Elizabeth, dwelling plantation and certain part of Nill's Chance and Talbotts Angles.

To son Samuel and heirs, 200 acres Martinton and Martin's addition, in Baltimore Co. Should he die without issue, to pass to son Tom and heirs.

To son Thomas afsd. And heirs. The Young Man's Adventure, in Baltimore Co.; he dying without issue, to revert to son Samuel and heirs.

To son William and sons afsd, and daughters Elizabeth Snowman and Mary, Hannah, Priscilla, Sarah, Ann and Margaret Coale, personalty.

Exs; Wife and elder son William

Overseers; Bro. Richard Gallaway and Gerrald Hopkins and friend William Richardson.

Test; Richard Jones , Abel hill, Jno. Gouldsberry.

Edward Cole, St. Mary's Co., Md.

April 16 1717; Dec. 20, 1717

To wife Elizabeth, personalty at Maiden Bower and her thirds.

To son Edward is., he having received share of estate. Goods from Capt John Hyde, cosigned to testator, and merchandise left in store to be disposed of by son Edward for benefit of estate.

Residue of estate divided equally among six children, Elizabeth Heard, Robert, Honor Spalding, Ruth Mattinly, Susanna Jenkins and Mary Jenkins.

Exs. Wife Elizabeth and Son Robert, jointly.

Test; Clement Gardiner, Joseph Power, James Thompson.

Joseph Coale of Patapsco River Baltimore Co. Md.

Jan 22, 1720; March 13, 1720

To daughters Sarah and Susanna Coale and their heirs, dwelling plantation Daniel's Whimsy, equally; should daughters die without issue, and said track to Charles

Gorsuch and his heirs by his wife Sarah Coale; should hey die without issue, said tract to pass to the heirs of Thomas Coale and Sarah, his wife; personalty at age 16 or marriage.

Wife Susannah extx.

Test; George Hitchcock, James Tracy, Mary Bosley, widow claims her thirds.

James Ford, Herring Creek, A.A. Co. Md.

July 28, 1702; Dec. 16, 1702

To wife Elizabeth, Extx. Upper Plantation during life and Lower plantation during minority of son Thomas.

To son Thomas, Lower Plantation at majority and Upper Plantation at death of wife afsd.

To brother John Ford and sister Elizabeth Barnes and their heirs, 300 acres Reputter, on south side of Susquehanna, Baltimore Co.

To 2 young sons John and James and their heirs, 300 acres Rockford, on South side of Susquehanna.

To daughters Mary and Elizabeth, personalty.

Residue of personalty to be divided between wife and children afsd. Daughters to be of age at 16 years. In the event of the marriage of their mother, sons to be of age at 16 years. Test; William Smith, Cornelius White, Andrew Norton

John Ford Calvert Co. Md.

June 12, 1707; August 14, 1707

To John, son of Ann Jarvice, and heirs, 150 acres, Kent's Troublesome brought from Martha Carr.

Test; Jno. Phillips, Elizabeth Sanders, Nicholas Waterer.

Note of proceedings give renunciation of Diana Ford, widow of John, of tract afsd.

Abraham Ford, Prince George Co. Md.

March 5, 1708; June 18, 1709

To Henry, son of George Britt, Charles Co. Personalty

To wife Christian, extx. Tract of Lunster and all personal estate during widowhood, and she marry to pass to son-in-law Thomas Pickral at majority and their heirs. Said Thomas dying without issue, estate to pass to Abraham, son of Elizabeth Dawson.

Guardians to son-in-law afsd. Henry Gutridge and James Young

Test; Jno. Stewart, Jno. John, Nicholas Barely.

Thomas Ford, Queen Ann's Co. Md.

July 9, 1707; July 18, 1709

To son John and heirs, tract Barton at decease of their mother.

To 3 sons William, David, and Jacob, residue of lands.

To daughters Sarah and Ann and to daughters Elizabeth Coale

By codicil June 13, 1709 testator devices to sons Thomas and William and heirs, Barton and residue of lands to sons William, David, and Jacob.

Wife Ann, extx. And residuary legatee.

Test; Nicholas Clonds, Henry Johnson, Wm. Lee.

Ambrose Ford planter, Talbot Co. Md.

March 8, 1722; April 2 1773

To Elizabeth and George (children of James Hurlock) and brother, Thomas, personalty.

To wife Elizabeth, extx. residue of personal estate.

Test; David Robinson, Edward Russam, Jr., Richard Nickson

Thomas Ford, Queen Anne's Co. Md.

Jan 8, 1728; March 28, 1729

To wife Rebecca, extx; Barton, South side Hambleton's Branch; the profit of Homesteat plan, until oldest son Isaac comes to the age 21; and personalty, excepting legacies to following;]To son Isaac and other child at age of 16 years, personalty.

Test; Jones Edingfield, Robert Maxwell, Nathaniel Fitzrandolph.

Robert Ford of Strand, planter, St. MARY'S Co., Md.

Dec 27, 1735; Sept 15, 1740

To wife Margaret, 1/3 personal estate and interest in 100 acres Strand during widowhood.

To sons John and Robert and heirs, Strand willed to them by testator's father Robert.

To sons John and Peter and heirs, 82 acres land

To sons Peter, May Pole Purchase willed to him by testator's father.

To sons afsd. 1 acre, left by testator's father for a wire house.

To children, John Robert, Peter Monica, Sherly, Teresa, Winestead and Annastasis Mattingly, personal estate,

Ex.; Son Peter

Test; William Howard, John Daly, Luke Cusake

John Ford, planter, Dorchester Co. Md.

Jan 16, 1739; June 1, 1740

To grandson John, part of Ford Regulation.

To daughter Mary and Sarah, residue of Ford's Regulation.

To wife, interest in real estate and entire personal estate.

Ex.

Test; John Ford, John Wall, William Mills, Richard lane, Jr., William Trego.

William Ford, Queen Anne's co. Md.

March 19, 1744; May 17, 1744

To sons Isaac and Thomas, Ashton. They to be of age at 21 years.

To son William

To wife Winifred, extx., life interest in real estate.

To 4 children Isaac, Thomas, Ellender, and Sarah Aaron, personal estate.

Test; Benjamin Gould, Peter Larrerice, Hu James,

Widow claims her 1/3 part.

John Hamilton, Calbert Co. Md.

August 12, 1693; Feg. 6, 1693

To John Briggs, personalty.

Son-in-law William Brebentine, ex., and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal

Test; Lewis Putte, Francis Putt, Richard Shurley, Jno. Griggs

Gavin Hambleton, Prince George's Co. Md.

; Dec 30, 1698

To only son Andrew, estate, real and personal.

To 3 children, residue of estate equally.

Son Andrew afsd and his mother, joint exs.

Overseers; col. Addison, William Tannehill

Test; Giles Bell, Jno. Willingsworth, Jno. Hurt, Henry Karmanlepp

Edward Hambleton, Kent Island, Md.

August 28, 1700; Dec , 1704

To son William, dwelling plantation and land belonging thereto except 60 acres.

To son George and heirs 60 acres afsd.

To sons John and James and heirs, Ellits Addition equally.

To daughter Sarah and heirs, personalty.

To

wife Elizabeth, extx. Residue of personalty during widowhood.

Test; Thomas Smith, Ann Smith, Jno Lloyd.

Edward Hambleton (innholder), Queen Ann's Co., Md.

March 2, 1713; Dec 10, 1716

To 5 children, William Edward, Elizabeth, Margaret and Sarah, entire estate.

Son Edward and daughter Margaret and Sarah to be in care of their uncle, Water Quinton, ex.

Son Edward of age at 18, daughters at 16 or marriage.

Test Mary Allchurch, Charles Vanderford, Chas. Lemarr.

Robert Perkins, Portobacco, Charles, Co. Md.

Dec 30, 1668

To Jane, wife of Arch. Wahob, Patrick Forrest, son of testators wife, and Richard Cornor, personalty.

Wife Ann, execx. And residue legatee.

Test; Bartho Coats, Thomas Corker, Clement Theobald

Col. John Price, St Mary's Co. Md.

Feb. 10, 1660; March 11, 1661

To son-in-law John Bullett, land on Herring Creek.

To Herbert Howman and William Styles, personalty.

To daughter Ann Price, execx. And residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, at 18 years of age. If she dies under age, estate to pass to said son-in-law Joseph Bullett; residue to establish a free school and in the event of said Joseph and Ann dying under age, all real estate to be used for establishing a free school.

Overseers; William Hatton, Daniel Clocker, George Mankall, Thomas Dent.

Test; William Wilkinson, Thomas Dent, William Hatton.

Edward Price, Charles Co. Md.

Jan 26, 1675; March 15, 1679

To Elizabeth Williams, personalty

Wife Jane, execx., and residuary legaree of estate, real and personalty, including 500 acres, Locus Thicket.

Test; Mathew Hill, Jno. Henson, Edward Hodgson.

William Price, Talbot Co. Md.

Feb 22, 1675; Oct 21, 1677

To wife Mary, estate, real and personal

To daughter Anne, residue of estate.

William Hemsley and James Clayland guardian of said daughter portion, should she die under age or without issue, Ex. Not named

Test; Hugh Paxston, Jno. Tellison

Thomas Price, Talbot Co. Md.

Jan 21, 1684; April 27, 1685

To William Bryan and Henry Parrot, personalty

Benjamin Parrot, ex., and residuary legatee of estate, reasl and personal

Test; Wm. Bryan, Jno. Teat, Henry Parrott

John Price, 64 years old, St. Mary's Co. Md.

Nov 15, 1697; May 28 1698

To wife Joan, extx., plantation and all personalty during life.

To daughter Elizabeth and heirs, plantation affd. And personalty at death of wife and plantation afsd. In event of death of daughter without issue. In the event of death of both daughters without issue, estate to be used for maintenance of free school.

Test; Jno. Gillman, Jno Johnson.

John Price, Buttinbrooke, Talbot Co.

Feb 8, 1701; Nov 21, 1702

To daughter Mary Saywell and heirs, land where she now dwells, part of White Phillips.

To daughter Rebecca, wife of Henry Frith, and heirs, Hunting Hill adjoining White Phillips. In the event of her deatrh without issue, to revert to his mother during life and at her deceased to pass to daughter afsd. And heirs.

To wife Margery and heirs, land at Williamstadt and personalty. Exs; Wife afsd. Qnd Morris Lewellin

Tesyt; Thomas Noble, Michael Deane, Joan Noble.

John Price, Somerset Co. Md.

Sept 12, 1704; Oct 19, 1703

To son Nathaniel, personalty.

To wife Elizabeth and 6 children, Elizabeth Jr. Deanah Jenkins, John, Sarah, and Thomas, residue of estate equally, Ex. Not given

Test; Woodman Stockly, Jos. Atkins.

Richard Price, Wye River, Talbot Co. Md.

Sept 8, 1704; Nov 25, 1704

To son John estate (personal) at majority.

Exs. Henry Jones, John Jones, Jr.

Test; John King, John Start, John King, Jr.

John Price, Talbot Co. Md.

Feb 20, 1710; May 23, 1713

To son John, daughters, Mary Armstrong, Elizabeth Tibbell, Phebe Nicks and grandchild Mary Nicks and heirs, personalty at death of wife.

To wife Elizabeth, entire estate during life, including dwelling plantation.

Exs., wife and son afsd.

Test; Antho. Rumball, Robert Copland, Walter moulton.

Robert Price, planter, Chas. Co. Md.

Dec 8, 1714; May 12, 1715

To daughter Elizabeth and daughter Mary, by 2nd and last marriage, all land; daughter Mary to have dwelling plantation, either of afsd. Dying without issue, survivor to inherit portion of deceased.

To wife Julianah, extx., and daughter afsd. Personal estate, daughters to remain with their mother during minority or until marriage.

To daughter Mary Shaw, personalty.

Test; Thomas Rogers, Thomas Cantwell, Wm. Colley.

Mary Price, widow, A.A. Co. Md

May 8, 1718; June 5, 1718

Money in hands of Francis Waston, merchant, London, be applied to purchase of land for sons John and

To sons Thomas and Benjamin, personalty

To daughters Rachel and Hannah and granddaughter Mary Carr.

To friend Edward Parish, Sr. claims against estate of testator's mother, Isabel Caple.

To following sons and daughters, Mary and Sarah, equally'

Exs; son Stephen and son in law Thomas Carr, jointly.

Test; Thomas Crutchy, Jacob Holland, Wm. Tipton.

Capt William Stone, Charles Co. Md.

Dec 3, 1659; Dec 21, 1660

To wife Verlinda, house and lands at St. Mary's and to remain in home t Nangemy during widowhood

To elder daughter, Elizabeth Stone and heirs, 900 acres at Bustard's Island, Patuxent River, and 600 acres at nagemy; that which testators formally gave her in trust by his brother Sprigg not be in force.

To son Richard and heirs, 500 acres of Nagemy Manor, and cattle in consideration of that formally given him by his uncle, Richard Stone.

To son John, 500 acres of Nagemy

To son Mathew, 500 acres of Nagemy

To daughters nary and Katherine, personalty.

Elder son and Thomas and heirs, exs. And residuary legatees.

Overseers and guardians of minor child; Gov. Josias Fendall,

brother-in-law Francis Doughty, and brother Mathew Stone.

Test; Francis Doughty, Stephen Motague, Stephen Clifton

Verlinda Stone, Cha. Co. Md.

March 1675; July 13, 1675

To Beony Thomas and heirs, 400 acres St. Verlinda. To daughter Doyen, personalty.

To son John ex. Residue of estate, real and personal, at 21 years of age.

Test; Margaret Baghay, Barbarie kendall, Ann Roughey.

John Stone, Calbert Co. Md.

Dec 14, 1693; Feb 24, 1694

To goddaughter and daughter in law Martha Fields, personalty.

Wife Mary, extx. And residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, during life.

To son-in-law John Fields and heirs, Forge at head of Battle Creek at death of widow afsd.

Test; George Parker, Jno. Parke, Martha Fields

William Stone, Charles Co. Md.

April 17, 1730; August 12, 1731

To eldest son Thomas and heirs, plantation beginning at mouth of Cold Springs Branch and plantation where William Mansell lives, adj. Land of cousin David Stone and Gerd. Foeke; and personalty.

To daughter Mary and heirs, plantation where she and her husband Thomas Matthews now lives, adj. Lands of cousin Matthew Stone and Robert Doyne and of O'Neals Dezearts, bou. Of James Tyer; and personalty.

To youngest son Richard and heirs residue of dwelling, plantation Poynton Manner, his mother to have use of house and portion of plantation during life; and personalty, including plantation where John Bannister is overseer.

To daughter Verlinda Harrison and heirs, 100 acres Dover's Clifts, tract bou. Of Martha Campbell and Mary, his wife, 39 acres adj. Dover Clifts, and money due her.

To daughter Theodosia and heirs, other half of O'Neales Dezeartts and part of Market Overton, at Pomankka, now leased to Robert Gording, and personalty.

To daughter Pretious Jones and heirs, 300 acres Millner, Bou. Of John Dickerson and 113 acres Langham's Rest. Prince George Co., made over by George Langham, and personalty.

To youngest daughter Berthis Barnes and heirs, 143 acres Stone's Rest, adj. To land of Thomas Jenkins, dec'd, and Market Overton, the part where John Queen now lives, and personalty.

To wife Theodosia, certain personalty during life, to be divided among children; said wife being obligated to make over Market Overton to her 2 daughters Theodosia and Bethis before her death or marriage; should son Thomas interfere and not make over such land, then the plantation where his brother William lived and Daniel McDaniell now lives shall pass to the said Theodosia and Bethia and their heirs.

John Lloyd, St. Mary's Co. Md.

July 27, 1658

To Thomas Eare, Capt. John Price. And Robert Jeans.

Wife Margaret execx., and residuary legatee of estate. Real and personal.

In the event of death of Margaret, intestate, all afsd. Estate to Philip Calvert and Thomas Eare in trust for the English College od Secular Priests at Doway, Flanders, except a gift of personalty to sister-in-law, Margery Molins.

Test; George Briton, Will Harper, William Bretton,

(Liber S., folio 219, Md. Historical Society, Baltimore, Md.)























Letter from Ree Redford Sheffielf

To Sandra Poe

1981

Dear Sandra;

you asked who Dow Sheffield was. He was your Great, Great , Great Grandfather. He was a soldier in the Civil War, or War between the States. Aunt Bessie Sheffield Allen told me this. She is the only one living of Denton's family. She is unable to write.

Maranzie, (Mordecai), Dow Sheffield was Bessie's grand father but he never returned home from the war. He was killed on a gunboat on the Cumberland River and was later learned he was buried by the Cumberland River.

Bessie's father (William) was 7 years old when his father, Dow Sheffield, went to war.

Dow Sheffield and Elizabeth Hamilton, (Perkins), Sheffield family was;

Jane Sheffield, m. Grimsley

Victora

William Christopher, Bessie's Denton.

Elzina Sheffield Ford.

Stillie Sheffield, never married.

Adrain's grandpa and grandma.

William Sheffield, b. Sept 14, 1856, d. Feb. 2, 1930, m. Marrie Compton, b. April 26, 1860, d. Feb 27, 1933

Adrain father and mother;

Denton Sheffield, b. 1885, d. 1963, m. Mary Fryer, b. 1887, d. 1916.,

Children;

Amos b. 1904, d. 1972

Adrain, b. 1905, d. 1976

Elmer b. 1907

Clyde b. 1910 d. 1949

Carl b. 1912

Cloud b 1914 d. 1980

Marry Compton Sheffield mother was Sara Dunlap Compton. They are buried at Bowl's Ky. They all have Tomb rocks. I was there one time several years ago.

P.S. just talked to your Grandmother Lura. She OK. I see Bessie all the time. We are fine. Carl gone for a walk Bye for now.

Ree Redford Sheffield

Carls Wife.

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Letter from Velino Guffey to Sandra Poe

Tompkinsville, Ky.

410 N. Main Street

5-3-1988

HI Sandra;

This is Velma (Poland) Guffey, Effie Poland's daughter. She got your letter, she is fine, but she can't write too well any more , so she ask me to write to you. She is in the nursing home.

Her address is Effie Poland, c/o Monroe Health Care Facility, Magnolia Street, Tompkinsville, Ky. 42167

I have put together all the information that she has, and I hope it will be of help to you.

Floyd use to visit us when he came to town. We miss getting to see him. He passed away in January, and our son passed away in November of 1985. Daddy passed away in January of 1986.

Hope you and the rest of your family are doing O.K. Give them all my love.

Love and best wishes

Velma Guffey

Vanus Crow Family.

James Crowe; b. 10-6-1859, d. 12-26-1934. M. Sarah (Taylor) Crowe, b. 2-20-1866, d.11-15-1927, m. Nov 1885.

Children;

Vance, b. 11-15-1886, d.12-31-1941, m. Loura Rouse, b 10-14-1888, d. 10-14-1968,

Buried at Soldiers Cemetery, Tompkinsville, Ky. (Died in a coal mine in Il.)

Cloid, b.8-17-1890, d. 9-17-1972, m.Dora Netherton, b.12-8-1893, d.4-28-1983, Buried at Moore Cemetary, Clay Co. Tn., children; Willard, Basel, James, Narnello.

Tommy, b.8-28-1892, d. 9-28-1957, m. Effie Emberton, b. 10-22-1895, d. 11-27-1969, Buried at Fredom Cemetery, Children; Grace.

Clara, b. 8-24-1894, D. 6-30-1933, m. Jessie Arnett, b.186, d.1933, Buried Monroe Cemetery.

Berley , b. 1-21-1897, d.10-18-1955, m. Myrtie Ford, b. 9-28-1898, d. 1931, Buried Beech Creek Cemetery. Children; Buford, Perry, Delma, Dois, Peggy.

Hubert, b.4-12-1899, d. 12-24-1975, m. Alta Henson, Buried Moore Cemetery, Children; Harold.

Bethel, b. 8-13-1901, d. 5-27-1949, m. Moe Grace, Buried at Moore Cemetery.

Effie , b.5-31-1903, d.----, m. Odis Poland, b. 6-18-1898, d. 12-14-1986, Children; Velina James T., Irene, Cecil Truman.

Freddie, b. 8-19-1905, d. 8-10-1908, not married, Buried Moore Cemetery

Willie, b. 1-7- 1907, d. 10-27-1923, Not married, Buried Moore Cemetary

Hanley, b. 7-23-1910, m. Dorthy Netherton, Children; Valey, Sally, Dellevern, Adrain, Glen, Wilburn, David, Evidean.

Cecil, b. 2-12-1912, 1st. Wife Viola Spear, Children; Omigesse, Janis, 2nd. Wife Claudine.



Tom Arnett, m. Elizabeth Ford.

Children;

Andrew, b. 11-18-1879, d. 10-23-1946, m. Sarah Poland, b.3-30-1876, d.10-27-1933, Buried at mt. Poland, Children, Myrite Henson.

Willie, b.8-1796, d. 11-14-1922, m. Enie Poland, b. 4-8-1887, d. 8-2-1961, Buried Freedom cemetery Monroe Co., Children, Elsie Wood, Effie Rhton, Orvil Arnet, Vella Spear, Dewey Arnet, Efford Arnet, Carl Arnet, Stella ---, Esra Arnett.

Johnny, M. Molie poland, b. 1885, Children Dumus, Ethridge, Brocie.

Issiah, Buried at Beech Grove, m. Druie Wood, Children, John Marvin, Poter, Leon, Gerlene

Sidney, m. Kerr.

Luther, M. Waggnes

Minnie Poland m. Georgie Poland, Buried in Il.

Fannie Buried at Mt. Poland, m. Hamp Rouse, Children, Paul, Gaither, Floyd.

Mollie, Buried at Mt. Poland, m. Isam Stewart, Children, Elisabeth, Nelma, Ted.

Jessie, b. 1886, d. 1933, m. Clara Crowe, b. 8-24-1894, d. 6-20-1933, Buried at Moore Cemetery, Clay Co. Tn.

Laura, b. 9-26-1892, d. 6-4-1965, Buried at Moore Cemetery Clay Co. Tn. m. Vanus Crowe, b. 10-14-1888, d. 4-19-1995, Children Beatrice, Flora, Donald, Freelove, Jimmy.

















Dairy of Flavil Ford During World War 11

I was with the 868 Heavy Bombardment Squadron. 13th. Air Force We were a radar outfit and did our bombing by radar mostly submarines at night, flying B-24 (Liberators) bombers because they were taking a heavy toll of our shipping and this was the only way of finding them and stopping them. Our name was "'Snooper". I was a radar technician and a sergeant. We participated in the battle of Guadalcanal, North Solomons, Bismark Archipelago, East Mandates, West Pacific, New Guinea, Borneo, South Phillipines, China, Japan, Munda, Los Negros, Noemfoor, Morotai, Leyte and Okinawa. We were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation and lots of purple hearts and a lot of good men never came back. We weren't suppose to keep a diary and this is the only one I kept and it is on our move by LST from Layte to Okinawa, landing in Okinawa July 30, 1945.

JULY 30, 1945

Today we landed in a little harbor off to one side of Okinawa and hoped the Japs wouldn't find us. On about the last six days we have been on our way by LST from Layte. The first few days the sea was as smooth as silk so didn't do much except ride and enjoy that wonderful navy chow, all good things must end sooner or later.

We ran into a Jap sub. He sank one of the ships in our convoy. We picked up three of our men and didn't get the sub. After that, everyone began to look around for life preservers There weren't enough to go around and of course, I didn't get one. We had all our squadron equipment above , the ships and about 400 men. Every inch of space was taken.

Next day the sea got rough and stayed rough for the rest of the trip. The guys who had never been on a ship before got sick and the rest of us didn't feel too goods. My guts tried to tear loose because the ship bounced around so hard but they didn't come apart. That night the Japs came over and dropped some bombs on the air strip and all our ships lay down a smoke screen and we liked to choked to death. Some of the guys woke up, thought it was gas and what a run for gas masks.

JULY 31, 1945

We lay out in the harbor all day waiting for orders to move in and unload, but didn't get them. That night we had a show and every inch on the weather deck was taken by trucks and jeeps. It was funny to see 400 men sitting all over them watching the show. The Japs came over right in the middle of the picture. Up went the smoke screen again. We had five raids that night but none came close enough to shoot at. We never did get to see the rest of the show.

AUGUST 1,1945

This afternoon we got orders to move in and unload. So we moved around the island to the airstrip. The Japs were bombing and some hit the beach. I was a special guard and the first man to hit the beach. I sure was a pretty guard in nothing but a sun helmet, shoes, a pair of ragged cut off paints, rifle and eight days growth of beard. It isn't hard to see why they call this the bloodiest battle ground in history.

All of the men, except sixty left to unload, of which I was one, went ashore to set up camp. I was glad to stay and keep eating that wonderful navy chow. It sure was better than what we had in our camp.

The sixty were spilt into two shifts and worked four hours on and four off. I was a Sgt. Over one group.

The guys setting up camp had to pile up dead Japs and burn them. Guess I had the best job. We sleep up behind the wheel house and while my shift was asleep orders came to get off. A Typhoon was coming and before I could get to the ramp the ship broke loose and blew out to sea, and had to ride out the typhoon.

Several hundred of all kinds did the same, ships as far as you could see in all directions! I wished I was on anything but a LST. It's bottom is round, draws 6ft. of water, an only weights 3000 tons. It bobs around like a cork. No one sleep that night, we were in the China Sea heading into the wind, straight toward Japan. We went in that direction all night and was the roughest ride I've ever had. We rolled better than 45 degrees and the gun whale would go under water. Dishes were flying against the wall in the kitchen and trucks on the tank deck were sliding around. If a truck had got loose, it would probably have sank us. This baby would run up a wave then subside leaving us in mid air. We would fall back to the water with back breaking jar. You could bending and twisting and would wonder how long it would be before it would break into. It was so dark you could not see your hand before you. We felt safe because we could see the other ships around us on "Good Old Radar". Radar kept us from hitting the reef in the dark.

August 2, 1945

By morning the wind had subsided enough so we headed back to Okinawi wondering how close we were to Japan. Yesterday and last night seem to be a good way not to get old.

Later in the morning our radar picked up a mind in our path.(That makes three times radar has saved us, makes me proud I'm a radar man) We made several passes shooting at the mind but the sea was so rough we couldn't hit it. We took its position and will send a mind sweeper after it.

This LST is equipped for hospital and will take out wounded from Okinawi after we unload. The food is good and I'm making good use of it and believe I'm getting fat. Sure could use some fat on these bones, sure would love to put my feet under Geneva's table. Don't want to think about that....

We had been riding rough seas all day and tonight the rend had picked up to over seventy miles per hour, so back toward Japan we go. I know Nean doesn't understand why I don't write more often but as long as I can keep her thinking I'm in a safe place I can take the rough going here. At times like this it is impossible to write and I couldn't mail it anyway. When I get back on land I'll write a nice letter and say I was too busy to write. I guess she must know there is more to this busy stuff than I'm telling.

I haven't been a bit seasick , I feel good and its funny that I never get scared and haven't for a long time, guess after a while you get feeling the war will never end when you have a close call, you think to die would be the end of the war for you.

August 3, 1945 The sea was really rough last night, so I sat my bunk in the tank deck but couldn't stay in it so I laid on my stomach and locked my arms under it, but the bunk was sliding all over the place, so I tied it to the wall but didn't sleep any and wondered if I could take it. And I did but a little sore from all the rolling and pitching. The typhoon ended this morning so we headed back and got back late afternoon. We dropped anchor in the bay. Guess we will start unloading the rest tomorrow. We had unloaded about half when the storm hit and were lucky because some of the LST's that still had their load turned over and were lost. All of our top deck was empty but we had a lot of heavy equipment in the tank deck, which was good. Well, the boat is laying still now and boy am I going to do some sleeping if I can but this clear weather means more air raids and we are at the place they have been hitting.

August 4, 1945

We pulled up and tied up early this morning and started unloading like hell. We got it all off by 4PM and went out to camp for the first time. Signs of hard fighting were everywhere and the Japs sure were ready and had every inch of the Island a fort and our boys sure have tore things up. I couldn't believe it would be possible to tear things up this bad. Our camp is in a pretty bad place with mud shoe top high and right in the middle of a Okinawa grave yard. There are big open tombs all around and you can look in and see bones in big earthen jars and dead Japs laying around. Not much left except hair and bones. The men had to move and burn them before they could set up camp. I was lucky and missed that job. There are a lot more dead outside the camp and it doesn't smell very good around here. Tonight I have my tin helmet and gas mast close by because the Japs are sure to come over tonight and we are in a bad spot and not a fox whole anywhere yet.

August 5, 1945

My boy is two years old today and it seems like ever since I saw him and the ways things are going it might be a lot longer . I know we have beaten the Japs back to Japan but taking Japan will be something else. I believe they will all die and most of us before we take it.

I'm in charge of building a mess hall. Didn't have much to eat and am hungry tonight. Supplies are short. This morning at 2 AM four Jap planes at about 3500 feet but didn't drop anything that I know, and we didn't get any of them although we were using radar control 90's. They kept us awake until 4 AM. These nuisance raids sure play hell with your rest. No mail again today.

August 6, 1945

Still on the mess hall, first mess we've had so the war must be about over. Anyway, the guys that take our place won't have to eat in the mud. Two of our planes went on strike tonight and we had another nuisance raid that lasted 2 to 4 AM. I saw one plane and don't know what was over rest of the Island. Wish they would give us time to dig fox holes .On three sides of us are three air strips and in front is a big harbor with several hundred ships. No mail again today and I'm in no mood to write. They tell us what we can write and it amounts to nothing, can't even date our letters. Gee, am I hungry! I give my eye sight to have Nean get me a peanut butter sandwich and a glass of milk. We had a spoon of maccaroni mixed with tomato sauce and black coffee for supper tonight and the way they mess it up the devil couldn't eat it. So I had a cup of warm water and a cigarette for supper.

August 7, 1945

Worked on the camp all day today and mad at the whole world tonight. The Japs kept us up from 2 to 4 AM again this morning. They tried to land some parachute troops but didn't make it alive. This is not a very safe place to be and you better carry a flashlight and stay on the main road or get shot by a guard because there are plenty live Japs around.

Went to the CB's show but had seen the picture so came back to camp. One of our planes didn't come back last night. We think it ran into a mountain. No mail today.

August 8, 1945

Started working on camp again this morning but they wanted to fly 646's. So Mack and I went to the line to check out equipment and set up everything for the mission. Of course we found enough to do to keep us busy until camp was finished.

Had three alerts last night, 9 PM., 12 midnight, and 3 AM. Only saw one plane and think it was shot down. Got off work at 4 PM and spent the rest of the time until dark digging a fox hold. I sure feel like a different man tonight. Got 9 letters today, 7 from Nean, 1 from Ferguson and a paper from Mom. Nean writes the most wonderful letters, makes me ashamed of the letters I write. We have been under a red-green alert since dark. Guess it's a bad IFF.

August 9, 1945

Boy oh boy, We just heard over the radio that the Japs want to give up. My god, this Island went wild! There were so many lights, shooting of tracers and flares and so many search lights that it was almost as bright as day. I've never seen such a sight in all my life. The news isn't official yet but we believe it will be soon. There are several ships in the harbor and did they ever put on a show. Oh Nean! Maybe I'll be with you before long.

I'm Sgt. Of the guard tonight and will sit in the mess hall and listen to the radio all night.

August 10, 1945

Well, the war isn't over yet, but I bet the world it won't be long. The Japs are trying to save face now but they are done for. I expect to have Xmas at home. We had a air raid right in the middle of everything last night, the Japs came within eight miles but turned and got the hell out. All the shooting would scare the day lights out of anyone.

August 11, 1945

The war isn't over yet, but we are sure expecting it and sweating it out. Worked on the line today putting a inverter in nose of a 646. Had a air raid last night but didn't anything fall around here. Six guys got killed Sunday night during that big show. When the end of the war comes, I'll get in my fox hole and stay there.

August 12, 1945

There still a war on and we are still waiting. Worked on 464 again today. Had a alert before dark but don't know what happened.

August 13, 1945

Still fighting today and everything goes on as usual Our plane isn't flying today so I'm working at the area building a mess hall, building forms and so on to pour a concrete floor. They sure getting fancy now that the war is nearly over. Before we ate in mud up to our shoe tops. I'll never understand the army.

August 14 1945

Still at war and looks like there is something they are not telling us. It's 9 PM and we expect something new any minute. The radio will probably run way into the night. At least I got some mail, two from Nean and a paper from Mom. Oh! does Nean write wonderful letters and I wish how much they mean to me. Another alert last night but no bombs here.

August 15, 1945

Well, It's over at last and it sure takes a load off my mind and I feel better tonight than I have for the last year and half. There wasn't any celebration at all. The news came at 8:30 AM and we stopped work long enough to hear it. Another air raid last night.

August 16, 1945

Worked all day pouring concrete for mess hall and talking about going home. I didn't get much work out of the men today, didn't want to anyway. Had another air raid last night.

August 17, 1945

Still building forms and pouring concrete. That sun will get me yet. People back home are having a swell time but over here we are still fighting or just the same as if the war hadn't ended. We're still in danger of bombs and snipers. Guess the Japs out here haven't found out or don't intend to give up. But I can't write things to my folks.

That was the end of the diary writing, spent next week closing camp and shop and getting things done so could leave.

Gone Home



The following stories demonstrating the Ford's family character were among the favorites told by Hovie Ford and recorded by Flavil, his son.

A Ford and another fellow were walking through the woods and a bobcat jumped out of a tree on the Ford's back and the other fellow ran off. Ford fought the bobcat and finally killed it with his bear hands. After a while the other fellow came back and found Ford sitting on the bobcat. "Did you kill it?", he asked. "Yes", said Ford, "and you're next!"

One rainy day the Ford's were playing cards when a man who was suppose to be really bad came in trying to scare the Fords. He took a big 44 and shot it all around the Fords. He pulled out a bottle of whiskey, broke off the neck with the gun barrel, drank it, and began to shoot again. The Fords were still playing cards. Finally, Wash Ford said to the man, " I wish you would stop shooting, You got so much smoke in here I can't see to play cards"

Samuel Ford lived in a log cabin. There was a shed like room at the back called the summer kitchen. The cats would run up the back door of the kitchen to get to the atiic. One night just as a cat made his run for the attic, grandfather opened and the cat ran right up him.

Years ago, Flavil Ford, who worked for Baldwin Corp. was down in southern Kentucky to tune up a organ. He stopped at a little grocery store in Glasgow Ky. When the owner heard his name, he asked If he knew the Fords from Monroe County. He told him his father's name He said he had known Hovie, Tommy, Dow and others. He said you couldn't find any better people but if you messed with them you would be in trouble.

Hovie drove street car most of his life in Louisville, Ky. Another story he told was about a lady who baby's was crying very hard on the street car. Finally, He said to the lady, "I think your baby is spoiled." The lady replied, "Oh!, No!, Mr!. All little babies smell that way"

The man who wrote the Tooterville Trolley Comic Strip was inspired and a lot of his material was picked up from ridding on his route.

Hovie Ford's Family

Hovie N. Ford, b. Oct 17, 1887 d. May 24, 1972

married; Virgie F. Grinestaff, b. Sept 9 1895 m. April 18, 1915, d. March 8, 1919.

Children;

Flavil Ford and Velma B. Ford

Married; Eva B. "Grinestaff" Miller, Mar 13, 1921, b. Dec 24, 1880, d. April 12, 1969.

Virgie F. Grinestaff b. Nov 27, 1917, d.June 9,1965

Married; Frazier H. Hite Feb. 11, 1943

Married; Hugh A. McMary June 6, 1963

Flavil H Ford, b. April 5, 1916 , d.

Married; Geneva B. Bush, May 7, 1939, b. July 8, 1920.

Children; Michael Ford b. August 5, 1943

Michael L. Ford, b. August 5, 1943

married (1); Charlotte Ann Pool Sept. 25, 1944

Children; Stephen T. Ford b. Feb 15, 1966

Christopher B. Ford, b. Sept 11, 1967

married(2); Peggy Webber Oct 24,1975, b. 6-28-47.



Application for Membership to the National Society

of the

Daughters of the American Revolution

Washington, D.C.

State; Virginia

City; Bristol

Name of Chapter; Port Chiswell

National Number; 471696

Mrs Diana Stair Minnick, wife of Glen Ray Minnick

223 West Fairview Road, Oak ridge, Tennessee

Descendant of

Mordecai Ford, Sr.

The undersign have investigated and approved the applicant and her application,

Annis Ford Godbey, Chapter Regent;;

Blanche Pyle Wright, Chapter Registrar;

Clara Hall Steel, Chapter Secretary;

Application and duplicate received by National Society Dec 21, 1959.

Fees received by National Society Dec 21, 1959

Application examined and approved Jan 21 1960

Marcha B. Hayward, Register General;

Accepted by the National Board of Management Feb 1, 1960

Betty Newkirk Seimes, Recording Secretary General;

Nominated and recommended by the two undersigned members of the Society in good standing, whom the applicant is personally known,. Endorsers must be of the same chapter; if joining at large, of the same state.

Endorsed in handwriting by

Name;

Resident;

Chapter;

LINEAGE

I,Dianna Stair Minnick being of the age of 18 and upward, hereby apply for membership in the Society by right of lineal descent in the following line from Mordecai Ford, Sr. who was born in Selsed, Baltimore Co. Md. On the 19th. Day of December 1727 and died in Baltimore Co. Md. On the day of December 1795. His place of residence during the revolutionary war was on his farm near Baltimore Md.

I am the Daughter of;

1. Cecil Stuart Stair, born on 6-26-1912 at Maxbass, N.D. died at On and his (first or ) wife, Georgia Cleo Ford, b. on 3-19-1911 at Norton, Va., died at On , Married on 9-5-1931

2. The said Georgia Cleo Ford, was the child of William Barney Ford, born 2-19-1872 at Big Bend of Holston, Sullivian Co. Tn., died at Bristol, Va on 5-19-1953 and his Wife Annis Lavenia Fickle, born on 10-5- 1872 at Va. and died at on and married on .

3. The said William Barney Ford was the child of Andrew Riley Ford, born on 2-8-1841 at Sullivan Co. Tn. Died at Arcadia, Tn. On 5-13-1907 and his wife Lucy Ann Johnson, born on 1-22-1883 , died Arcadia Tn. On 1-22-1883 and married on 2-9-1871

4. The said Andrew Riley Ford was the child of Rev Thomas Price Ford. Born 9-10-1805 at Baltimore Co. Md. Died at Tennessee on 6-12-1867 and his wife, Mary Hicks born on 3-23-1806 at Tennessee, and died at Tennessee on 5-28-1877 and married on 7-11-1829.

5. The said Rev. Thomas Ford was the child of Mordecai Ford, Jr. born on 1768 at Baltimore Co. Md., died at Tennessee on 1828 and his wife, Mary Price born on , at Baltimore Co. Md and died at Tennessee about 1845 and married on 5-20-1804.

6. The said Mordecai Ford, Jr. was the child of Mordecai Ford, Sr. born on 12-19-1727 at Baltimore Co. Md. And died at Baltimore Co. Md. 5-19-1853 , and his wife, Ruth Barney, born on 1-28-1732, at Baltimore Co. Md. And died at Baltimore Co Md. On And married on .

7. The said Mordecai Ford Sr. was the child of Thomas Ford, born on 2-28-1692 at A.A. Co. Md. , died at Baltimore Co. On 3-21-1784, and his wife, Leah Price, born on 1693 at A.A. Co. Md. And died at A.A. Co. Md. On And married 1-1-1711.

Reference for Lineage

Give below a reference to the Authority for each statement of Birth, Marriage and Death. If from Published records, give names of books and page no. If from unpublished records, applicant must file a photostatic, attested or certified copy of same.

2nd. Gen

3rd. Gen

4th. Gen.

5th. Gen.

6th. Gen.

7th. Gen.

8th. Gen.

9th. Gen.

Give, if possible the following dates;

My Revolutionary Ancestor was married

(1) to Ruth Barney at Baltimore Co. Md. 1752

(2)

(3)

Children of Revolutionary Ancestor

Names Date of Birth To Whom Married

Mordecai Ford, Jr. 1775 Mary Price

Barney Ford wife 8-19-1788

I was born on May 15, 1935, at Norton Virginia and married to Glen Ray Minnick who was born on June 19, 1933, and divorced on at.

Ancestor's Service

My ancestor's service in assisting in the establishments of American independence during the war of the Revolution were as follows.

Took the Oath of Allegiance Jan 14, 1778, three years before Cornwalls Surrender at Yorktown, thereby subjecting himself to conviction for treason against the British Government.

See National Number 236333.

The said Mordecai Ford Sr. is the ancestor who assisted in the establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of signed Oath of Allegiance Jan 14, 1778

Give reference by volume and page to the documentary or other authorities for Military Records where reference is made to unpublished or inaccessible records of service. The applicant must file the official copy.

Vol. 6. P. 32.

Returns from Baltimore Co. Md. (Hoges) Unpublished Records The Oath of Allegiance to the State of Maryland.

The following form of acknowledgment is required.

Applicant further says that the said Mordecai Ford, Sr. is the Ancestor mentioned in the foregoing application, and that the statements hereinbefore sat forth are true to the best of her knowledge and belief.

The applicant also pledges allegiance to the United States of America and agrees to support its Constitution. This applies only to citizens of the United States of America.

Signature of Applicant

Subscribed and sworn to before me at

this day Of A.D.

Signature of Notary



LINEAGE

Mary K. Ford

Linda Marie Ford

Mary Ford Wheeler

I, Linda Ford, Grosse being of the age of 18 and upward, hereby apply for membership in the Society by right of lineal descent in the following line from Mordecai Ford, Sr. who was born in "Selsed", Baltimore Co. Md. On the 19th. Day of December 1727 and died in Baltimore Co. Md. On the day of December 1795. His place of residence during the revolutionary war was on his farm near Baltimore Md.

I am the Daughter of;

1. Willie D Ford, Jr, born on 6-12-1930 at Louisville Ky., died at On and his (first or ) wife, Frances Agnes Condlin, b. on 7-24-1933 at Ogdensburg, Ny., died at On , Married on 7-4-1954.

2. The said Willie Dow Ford, Jr, was the child of Willie D. Ford, born 4-23-1894 at Monroe Co. Ky., died at Lexington, Ky. on 6- -1973 and his wife Wealtha Geora Ford, born on 10-16-1897 at Monroe Co. Ky. and died at Lexington, Ky., on 4-10-1985, and married on 4-21-1914. .

3. The said Willie Dow Ford was the child of Samuel Nelson Ford, born on 2-14-1847 at Washington Co. Tn.. Died at Monroe Co. Ky., on 1912 and his wife Elzina Catherine Sheffield, born on 2-25-1860, at Barren Co. Ky., died Monroe Co. Ky., on 1-6-1936 and married on - -1873.

4. The said Samuel Nelson Ford was the child of Mordecai Price Ford., born - -1820 at Washington Co. Tn., died at Monroe Co. Ky., on - -1861 and his wife, Elizabeth Jobe, born on - -1825 at Tennessee, and died at Monroe Co. Ky., on - - , and married on - -1842.

5. The said Mordecai Price Ford, was the child of Mordecai Ford, Jr. born on 1768 at Baltimore Co. Md., died at Tennessee on 1828 and his wife, Mary Price born on , at Baltimore Co. Md and died at Tennessee about 1845 and married on 5-20-1804.

6. The said Mordecai Ford, Jr. was the child of Mordecai Ford, Sr. born on 12-19-1727 at Baltimore Co. Md. And died at Baltimore Co. Md. 5-19-1853 , and his wife, Ruth Barney, born on 1-28-1732, at Baltimore Co. Md. And died at Baltimore Co Md. On And married on .

7. The said Mordecai Ford Sr. was the child of Thomas Ford, born on 2-28-1692 at A.A. Co. Md. , died at Baltimore Co. On 3-21-1784, and his wife, Leah Price, born on 1693 at A.A. Co. Md. And died at A.A. Co. Md. On And married 1-1-1711.

Reference for Lineage

Give below a reference to the Authority for each statement of Birth, Marriage and Death. If from Published records, give names of books and page no. If from unpublished records, applicant must file a photostatic, attested or certified copy of same.

2nd. Gen Birth Certificate; Willie Dow Ford, Jr.

3rd. Gen Death Certificate; Willie Dow Ford

4th. Gen. Census; Samuel Nelson Ford

1860 Monroe Co. Census

page 11, dwelling 66, Family 66; Samuel Ford, age 13, male, born Tn.

1850 Washington Co. Tn. Census

house 1693, family 1729 Samuel, age 3, Male

5th. Gen. Census; Mordecai Price Ford



1860 Monroe Co. Ky. Census

Page 11, dwelling 66, Family 66; Samuel Ford, age 13, male, born Tn.

Name Age Sex Occupation Born

Price Ford 40 M Farmer Tn.

Elizabeth 35 F Tn.

Washington 17 M Tn.

Samuel 13 M Tn.

Mary 15 F Tn.

William 11 F Tn.

Benjamin 8 M Tn.

Lara 6 F Tn.

Richard 4 M Tn.

Elizabeth 1 F Tn.

1850 Washington Co. Tn. Census

house 1693, family 1729 Samuel, age 3, Male

Name Age Sex

Price Ford 33 M

Elizabeth 30 F

Washington 7 M

Mary 5 F

Samuel 3 M

William 2 M

Leah 66 F



The family listed in house 1802, family 1841 is thought to be the same family. Since the census taker was paid by the number of people he listed, it is thought that double listing was a common occurrence. It is thought this family parents may have shared their homes with this family, Elizabeth Jobes mother was known to have been a Ford before her marriage. This listing was listed next to the household of Susanna Ford.

Name Age Sex

Price Ford 29 M

Elizabeth 27 F

Washington 6 M

Mary 4 F

Samuel 3 M

William 2 M



6th. Gen. Lineage Mordecai Ford, Jr

6th. Generation of Lineage of Mrs. Diana Stair Minnick, Daughters of the American Revolution Society. National Number 471696

also; 4th generation of Lineage of Mrs Adele Weiss Hilton Seed, Member of Daughters of the American Colonists. No; 14943

7th. Gen. Mordecai Ford, Sr.

8th. Gen.

9th. Gen.

Give, if possible the following dates;

My Revolutionary Ancestor was married

(1) to Ruth Barney at Baltimore Co. Md. 1752

(2)

(3)

Children of Revolutionary Ancestor

Names Date of Birth To Whom Married

Mordecai Ford, Jr. 1775 Mary Price

Barney Ford wife 8-19-1788

I was born on , at Paris, Ky. and married to who was born on , and divorced on at.

Ancestor's Service

My ancestor's service in assisting in the establishments of American independence during the war of the Revolution were as follows.

Took the Oath of Allegiance Jan 14, 1778, three years before Cornwalls Surrender at Yorktown, thereby subjecting himself to conviction for treason against the British Government.

See National Number 236333.

The said Mordecai Ford Sr. is the ancestor who assisted in the establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of signed Oath of Allegiance Jan 14, 1778

Give reference by volume and page to the documentary or other authorities for Military Records where reference is made to unpublished or inaccessible records of service. The applicant must file the official copy.

Vol. 6. P. 32.

Returns from Baltimore Co. Md. (Hoges) Unpublished Records The Oath of Allegiance to the State of Maryland.

The following form of acknowledgment is required.

Applicant further says that the said Mordecai Ford, Sr. is the Ancestor mentioned in the foregoing application, and that the statements hereinbefore sat forth are true to the best of her knowledge and belief.

The applicant also pledges allegiance to the United States of America and agrees to support its Constitution. This applies only to citizens of the United States of America.

Signature of Applicant

Subscribed and sworn to before me at

this day Of A.D.

Signature of Notary

LINEAGE

Mary K. Ford

Linda Marie Ford

Mary Ford Wheeler

I, Linda Ford, Grosse being of the age of 18 and upward, hereby apply for membership in the Society by right of lineal descent in the following line from Loyd Ford, Jr.who was born in Baltimore Co. Md. On thethe year of 1748 and died in Washington Co. Tn. Died in 1843. Hir place of residence during the revolutionary war was Baltimore Md.

I am the Daughter of;

1. Willie D Ford, Jr, born on 6-12-1930 at Louisville Ky., died at On and his (first or ) wife, Frances Agnes Condlin, b. on 7-24-1933 at Ogdensburg, Ny., died at On , Married on 7-4-1954.

2. The said Willie Dow Ford, Jr, was the child of Willie D. Ford, born 4-23-1894 at Monroe Co. Ky., died at Lexington, Ky. on 6- -1973 and his wife Wealtha Geora Ford, born on 10-16-1897 at Monroe Co. Ky. and died at Lexington, Ky., on 4-10-1985, and married on 4-21-1914. .

3. The said Wealtha Geora Ford was the thild of Benjamin Price Ford, born 12-20-1866 at Monroe Co. Ky. And died at Monroe Co. Ky. On 1937 and his wife Laura Belle Jobe born 1874, Metcalf Co. Ky. And died at Monroe Co. Ky. On 1956 and married

4. The said Benjamin Price Ford was the child of Lisby Milton Ford., born - -1828 at Washington Co. Tn., died at Monroe Co. Ky., on 2-16-1896 and his wife, Mary Ann Ellen Ford, born on - -1828 at Washington Cy. Tennessee, and died at Monroe Co. Tn. on 7-7-1914, and married on 9-16-1848.

5. The said Lisby Milton Ford, was the child of Lisby Ford, Sr., born at Baltimore Co. Md., died at

Tennessee on and his wife, Sarah Jackson, born on , at Washington Co. Tn., and died at Tennessee about 1845 and married on 11-25-1822.

6. The said Lisby Ford, Sr. was the child of Loyd Ford,Jr. born on - -1748 at Baltimore Co. Md. And died at Washington Co. Tn., - -1843, and his wife, Mary Wood, born on - - , at . and died at Washington Co. Tn.. on and married on 2-20-1780.

7. The said Lloyd Ford Jr. was the child of Lloyd Ford, Sr. born 11-10-1727, at Baltimore Co. Md., and died at , and his wife, Mary Grant, born , , and died at and married .

8. The said Lloyd Ford Sr. was the child of Thomas Ford, born on 2-28-1692 at A.A. Cy. Md. And died at Baltimore Cy. Md. On 3-21- 1784, and his wife, Leah Price, born on - -1693, at A.A. Co. Md. And died , on , and married 1-1-1711.

9. The said Thomas Ford was the child of James Ford, born on , at , and died at , on 16-12-1702 and his wife, Elizabeth , born on , and died at , on , and married on .

10. The said James Ford was the child of Thomas Ford, born on , at , and died at , on 16-12-1702 and his wife, Elizabeth , born on , and died at , on , and married on .

11. The said Thomas Ford was the child of , born on , at , and died at , on 16-12-1702 and his wife, Elizabeth , born on , and died at , on , and married on .

Reference for Lineage

Give below a reference to the Authority for each statement of Birth, Marriage and Death. If from Published records, give names of books and page no. If from unpublished records, applicant must file a photostatic, attested or certified copy of same.

2nd. Gen Birth Certificate; Willie Dow Ford, Jr.

3rd. Gen Death Certificate; Wealtha Geora Ford

4th. Gen. Death Certificate; Benjamin Price Ford

5th. Gen. Census; 1870 Monroe Co. Ky. Census



Dwelling 92, Family 91

Name Age Sex Where Born Color

Ford, Lisby Milton 42 M Tn. W

Mary E. 42 F Tn. W

Mary 20 F Tn. W

Susana 16 F Ky. W

Louisa 18 F Ky. W

Synthia 10 F Ky. W

Sarah 8 F Ky. W

Benjamin P 4 M Ky. W

Martha 2 F Ky. W

Application for pension for service in Revolutionary War.

Transcript for Supreme Court, Tn. Court Records

Lisby Ford States that Grant Ford, is his Uncle. Grant Ford was one of the plaintiffs and the son of Lloyd Ford, Jr.





6th. Gen. Land Records of Washington, Tn.

7th. Gen. Application for pensioner for service in Revolutionary War.

Maryland Revolutionary Records by Harry Wright Newman, Genealogical Publishing Co. 1957, Page 22.

Tennessee List of Revolutionary Pensioners.

Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications

Ford, Lloyd Md. S2555 listed on page 405

8th. Gen. INFORMATION FROM Mrs. Leroy Brewester, R. D. Berlin Heights, Ohio, published in Fore, Foree, Ford Family Notes by Collen Byrne, pub. By Century Enterprise, Genealogy Service, PO. Box 312, Huntsville, Al.

9th. Gen.

Give, if possible the following dates;

My Revolutionary Ancestor was married

(1) to Mary Wood at Baltimore Co. Md.

(2)

(3)

Children of Revolutionary Ancestor

Names Date of Birth To Whom Married

James

Grant

Alexander

William

Enoch

Thomas

Benjamin

Nancy Jackson

Rebecca Jackson

I was born on , at Paris, Ky. and married to who was born on , and divorced on at.

Ancestor's Service

My ancestor's service in assisting in the establishments of American independence during the war of the Revolution were as follows.

HE WAS ENROLLED IN Capt. John Corkey"s Militia, marched to the head of the Elk and was transferred to Capt Mugs Company, being commanded by Capt. Smith. He served out his three month tour and was discharged by Capt. Mung. Immediately upon his return home the British Fleet was in the bay and there was fear the magazine in Baltimore would fall into the hands of the British. By order of the Commanding Officer the ammunition was moved on the Lancaster Road and declarant volunteers under Capt. Stephenson went int service to guard the qualtity of ammunition, He was enrolled under Capt. Stephenson to perform said tour in August 1777 and was stationed there until about the same time of year in 1788 when all apprehension of the British attacking was over. He was discharged and paid for the years service with Continental money. He served as a private for the 15 months period.

See; Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications

Ford, Lloyd Md. S2555, listed on page 405.

The said Lloyd Ford Jr. is the ancestor who assisted in the establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of a private in the Revolutionary War for 15 months.

Give reference by volume and page to the documentary or other authorities for Military Records where reference is made to unpublished or inaccessible records of service. The applicant must file the official copy.

The following form of acknowledgment is required.

Applicant further says that the said Lloyd Ford,Jr. is the Ancestor mentioned in the foregoing application, and that the statements hereinbefore sat forth are true to the best of her knowledge and belief.

The applicant also pledges allegiance to the United States of America and agrees to support its Constitution. This applies only to citizens of the United States of America.

Signature of Applicant



Subscribed and sworn to before me at

this day Of A.D.

Signature of Notary

List of Civil War Pensioners

Metcalfe & Monroe Co. Ky.

on the Rolls Jan. 1, 1883

Name Post office Cause Cert. No.

Wm. B. Artiburn $5 Summer Shade Total blindness 83595

Jesse H. Jobe $4 Summer Shade chr. diar. 6309

James W Perkins $8 Summer Shade inj. chest 154347

Wm. Perkins II $6 Summer Shade w. face 88904

Elizabeth Sheffield Tompkinsville widow 142823

Lisby M. Ford $4 Tompkinsville chr. diar. & 212673

dis. of abd. visc

Cemetaries

Green, Sullivan, Unicon and Washington Counties

Tennessee 1780-1960; Cemetary located on Peewe branch of Red River Creek (known locally as Red River) which is also a branch of Sinking Creek between Harmoney and Douglas Shed Community of Washington county Tn. It is on the farm of Mr. Houston Deakins 13 Civil District of Washington Co.

This cemetery is very heavily covered with undergrowth and trees. Many graves are unmarked and some have only plane unlettered field stones. Readable marked graves were copied.

Martha Ealnor Hall Oct 3, 1910 Jan 26, 1915

Alice Gertrude Ford June 15, 1889 July 11,1889

William S Ford Jan 1, 1855 Jan 18, 1926

Melvinea Ford Jan 30 1859 Jan 27, 1926

Grant June 7, 1859



Lloyd Ford, b. 1784, Near Grey's Station marked by limestone rock. L.F. 1834 PLW. Ref. McCrown. Ref. 1939 Year Book DAR.

Tennessee Divorces 1794-1854

by Gale W. Banner G G and Debbie W Spero

Mary Ford, married 1819 to Lloid Ford of Sullivan Co. 1829 with whom she lived many years. 269-1829.

Early Settlers of Maryland,

by Gust Skords. Baltimore

Gealogical Pub. Co. 1968.

Thomas Ford, Liber ABH, Folio 348 Transported prior to 1652. Servant.

John Price Liber 18. Folio 134,167, service 1674 of Ann Clrundel Co.

























Letter from Ree Redford Sheffielf

To Sandra Poe

1981

Dear Sandra;

you asked who Dow Sheffield was. He was your Great Great, Great Grandfather. He was a soldier in the Civil War, or war between the States. Aunt Bessie Sheffield Allen told me this. She is the only one living of Denton's family. She is unable to write.

Maranzie (Mordecai) Dow Sheffield was Bessie's grand father but he never returned home from the war. He was killed on a gunboat on the Cumberland River and was later learned he was buried by the Cumberland River.

Bessie's father (William) was 7 years old when his father, Dow Sheffield, went to war.

Dow Sheffield and Elizabeth Hamilton Sheffield family was;

Jane Sheffield, m. Grimsley

Victora

William Christopher, Bessie's Denton.

Elzina Sheffield Ford.

Stillie Sheffield, never married.

Adrain's grandpa and grandma.

William Sheffield, b. Sept 14, 1856, d. Feb. 2, 1930, m. Marrie Compton, b. April 26, 1860, d. Feb 27, 1933

Adrain father and mother;

Denton Sheffield, b. 1885, d. 1963, m. Mary Fryer, b. 1887, d. 1916.,

Children;

Amos b. 1904, d. 1972

Adrain, b. 1905, d. 1976

Elmer b. 1907

Clyde b. 1910 d. 1949

Carl b. 1912

Cloud b 1914 d. 1980

Marry Compton Sheffield mother was Sara Dunlap Compton. They are buried at Bowl's Ky. They all have Tomb rocks. I was there one time several years ago.

P.S. just talked to your Grandmother Lura. She OK. I see Bessie all the time. We are fine. Carl gone for a walk Bye for now.

Ree Redford Sheffield

Carls Wife.

.

Letter from Velino Guffey to Sandra Poe

Tompkinsville, Ky.

410 N. Main Street

5-3-1988

HI Sandra;

This is Velma (Poland) Guffey, Effie Poland's daughter. She got your letter, she is fine, but she can't write too well any more , so she ask me to write to you. She is in the nursing home.

Her address is Effie Poland, c/o Monroe Health Care Facility, Magnolia Street, Tompkinsville, Ky. 42167

I have put together all the information that she has, and I hope it will be of help to you.

Floyd use to visit us when he came to town. We miss getting to see him. He passed away in January, and our son passed away in November of 1985. Daddy passed away in January of 1986.

Hope you and the rest of your family are doing O.K. Give them all my love.

Love and best wishes

Velma Guffey

Vanus Crow Family.

James Crowe; b. 10-6-1859, d. 12-26-1934. M. Sarah (Taylor) Crowe, b. 2-20-1866, d.11-15-1927, m. Nov 1885.

Children;

Vance, b. 11-15-1886, d.12-31-1941, m. Loura Rouse, b 10-14-1888, d. 10-14-1968,

Buried at Soldiers Cemetery, Tompkinsville, Ky. (Died in a coal mine in Il.)

Cloid, b.8-17-1890, d. 9-17-1972, m.Dora Netherton, b.12-8-1893, d.4-28-1983, Buried at Moore Cemetary, Clay Co. Tn., children; Willard, Basel, James, Narnello.

Tommy, b.8-28-1892, d. 9-28-1957, m. Effie Emberton, b. 10-22-1895, d. 11-27-1969, Buried at Fredom Cemetery, Children; Grace.

Clara, b. 8-24-1894, D. 6-30-1933, m. Jessie Arnett, b.186, d.1933, Buried Monroe Cemetery.

Berley , b. 1-21-1897, d.10-18-1955, m. Myrtie Ford, b. 9-28-1898, d. 1931, Buried Beech Creek Cemetery. Children; Buford, Perry, Delma, Dois, Peggy.

Hubert, b.4-12-1899, d. 12-24-1975, m. Alta Henson, Buried Moore Cemetery, Children; Harold.

Bethel, b. 8-13-1901, d. 5-27-1949, m. Moe Grace, Buried at Moore Cemetery.

Effie , b.5-31-1903, d.----, m. Odis Poland, b. 6-18-1898, d. 12-14-1986, Children; Velina James T., Irene, Cecil Truman.

Freddie, b. 8-19-1905, d. 8-10-1908, not married, Buried Moore Cemetery

Willie, b. 1-7- 1907, d. 10-27-1923, Not married, Buried Moore Cemetary

Hanley, b. 7-23-1910, m. Dorthy Netherton, Children; Valey, Sally, Dellevern, Adrain, Glen, Wilburn, David, Evidean.

Cecil, b. 2-12-1912, 1st. Wife Viola Spear, Children; Omigesse, Janis, 2nd. Wife Claudine.



Tom Arnett, m. Elizabeth Ford.

Children;

Andrew, b. 11-18-1879, d. 10-23-1946, m. Sarah Poland, b.3-30-1876, d.10-27-1933, Buried at mt. Poland, Children, Myrite Henson.

Willie, b.8-1796, d. 11-14-1922, m. Enie Poland, b. 4-8-1887, d. 8-2-1961, Buried Freedom cemetery Monroe Co., Children, Elsie Wood, Effie Rhton, Orvil Arnet, Vella Spear, Dewey Arnet, Efford Arnet, Carl Arnet, Stella ---, Esra Arnett.

Johnny, M. Molie poland, b. 1885, Children Dumus, Ethridge, Brocie.

Issiah, Buried at Beech Grove, m. Druie Wood, Children, John Marvin, Poter, Leon, Gerlene

Sidney, m. Kerr.

Luther, M. Waggnes

Minnie Poland m. Georgie Poland, Buried in Il.

Fannie Buried at Mt. Poland, m. Hamp Rouse, Children, Paul, Gaither, Floyd.

Mollie, Buried at Mt. Poland, m. Isam Stewart, Children, Elisabeth, Nelma, Ted.

Jessie, b. 1886, d. 1933, m. Clara Crowe, b. 8-24-1894, d. 6-20-1933, Buried at Moore Cemetery, Clay Co. Tn.

Laura, b. 9-26-1892, d. 6-4-1965, Buried at Moore Cemetery Clay Co. Tn. m. Vanus Crowe, b. 10-14-1888, d. 4-19-1995, Children Beatrice, Flora, Donald, Freelove, Jimmy.