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301 Age 25, Union, Izard, AR, 1880 census.Nancy's unhappiness in Idaho was their reason for returning toArkansas, thenTexas (Oklahoma). She complained of no school, no church, noneighbors, andshe was afraid of the Indians (Aunt Ila Doughty Coe,granddaughter of Lemon andNancy). HIVELY, Nancy Ann (I9517)
 
302 Age 25, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census. CatherineSister to Russell Brewer, who married Henry Clay's sister, SarahAnn Doughty.Member Methodist Church. Resided Tn., Ark., Tx.,Ind.Terr./Oklahoma. BREWER, Mary Catherine (I9488)
 
303 Age 28 on 1850 Smith Co., TN, census.Age 36 on 1860 Macon Co., TN census.Age 58, Barren county, KY, 1870 census. RindaAge 60, District 12, Tracy township, Barren county, KY, 1880census.Age 79, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. Widow UNKNOWN, Malinda (I9579)
 
304 Age 29, District 12, Wilson county, TN, 1850 census. Enumeratormust have erred, she should be 39.Age 48, McMinville, Warren county, TN, 1860 census.Age 58, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census.Age 68, Union, Izard, AR, 1880 census. COOKSEY, Sarah (I9617)
 
305 Age 3, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. COOKSEY, Letha (I9595)
 
306 Age 3, Union, Izard, AR, 1880 census.Source says born 18 Sep 1875. DOUGHTY, James Archibald "Arch" (I9496)
 
307 Age 3, District 12, Wilson county, TN, 1850 census. LucindaAge 12, McMinville, Warren county, TN, 1860 census. LouizaAge 23, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census.Age 30, Union, Izard, AR, 1880 census. LouesannSource says her name is Louisa. DOUGHTY, Louesann (I9483)
 
308 Age 3, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census.Age 13, Newberg, Izard, AR, 1880 census. DOUGHTY, Frances (I9559)
 
309 Age 30, District 12, Tracy township, Barren county, KY, 1880census. Verna F.Age 57, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. Married28,6,5. UNKNOWN, Frances (I9606)
 
310 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9469)
 
311 Age 4, Barren county, KY, 1870 census.Age 14 Tracy, Barren, KY 1880 census.Age 33, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. COOKSEY, G.P. [Cornelius][Corneleus](Conilious) (I9414)
 
312 Age 4, District 12, Tracy township, Barren county, KY, 1880census. COOKSEY, Etha D. (I9610)
 
313 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9563)
 
314 Age 4, Mountain Home, Baxter, AR, 1880 census. BREWER, Cora (I9558)
 
315 Age 4, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census. NEWBY, Frances (I9646)
 
316 Age 4, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census. NEWBY, Louisa (I9652)
 
317 Age 4, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census.Age 12, 1860 Macon Co., TN census.Age 24, Barren county, KY, 1870 census.Age 33, Tracy, Barren, KY, 1880 census.Age 53, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. Married 11months.Location of Cooksey cemetery. Take Roseville Road to CooktownRoad. Go through Cooktown to Pleasant Point Church Road[Armstrong Road]. Go .4 mile. The cemetery is .2 mile off theright side of the road and behind a barn. Possible date of deathwas 1903. Age 4 on 1850 Smith Co., TN, census. Age 12 on 1860Smith Co., TN, census. COOKSEY, James Henry [Tobe] (I9412)
 
318 Age 4, Tracy, Barren, KY, 1880 census.Age 22, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. Livingwith brother, Dock. Married 7 months. Nov 1877Age 44, Tracy, Barren, KY, 1820 census. COOKSEY, Oscar (Osker) F. (I9420)
 
319 Age 40, District 12, Wilson county, TN, 1850 census.Age 49, McMinville, Warren county, TN, 1860 census.Age 59, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census. $700, $160.Age 69, Union, Izard, AR, 1880 census. Harrison Doughty, age22, living with them.WILSON COUNTY, ROLL 13DEED BOOK X, pp 167:168,116 Acres; $600.00[Tennessee State Archives]This indenture made and intend the 5th day of October in theyear 1847between CHARLES H. SPEARS of the State of Tennessee, SmithCounty, of theone part and L. D. DOUGHTY of the County of Wilson and Stateaforesaid ofthe other part, witnesseth that the said C. W. SPEARS for and inconsideration of the sum of Six Hundred Hundred Dollars to himpaid thereceipt whereof is acknowledged, hath bargained or sold andconveyed untothe said L. D. DOUGHTY his heirs and assigns forever a certaintract orparcel of land originally granted to JAMES DAVIDSON of 450 acresbeginningat a white walnut and ironwood, thence south eighty eight polesand a halfto a white walnut thence east 227 poles to two birches, thencenorth fiftyone and a half poles to an elm thence west fifty two poles to astake andelm and chinquepin oak, thence north thirty six and a half polesto a whiteash and Chinquepin oak, thence west 175 poles to the beginning,containingby estimation 116 acres to have and to hold the aforesaid landwith all therights, profits, hereditaments and appurtainances of the samebelonging tothe said L. D. DOUGHTY, his heirs and assigns forever and thesaid C. H.SPEARS for himself, his heirs and assigns the above [recited?]land, I willwarrant and defend against the right title interest or claim ofall andevery person or persons in witness whereof the said CHARLES H.SPEARS haththis day set his hand and seal the day and year above writtensigned,sealed and delivered in the presence of us.Charles H. Spear {SEAL}Test: ROLAND W. NEWBEYJAMES B. COOKSEYState of Tennessee, Wilson County } Personally appeared beforeme Josiah S.McClain, Clerk of the County Court of same county of Wilson,CHARLES H.SPEAR the within named bargainer with whom I am personallyacquainted withand who acknowledged that he executed the written deed for thepurposestherein contained. Witness my hand at office this 2nd day ofOctober, 1848.J. S. McCLAIN,ClerkRegistered October 3rd 1848A. W. VICK, Register of Wilson County, Transfer of RegistrationOctober5th 1848 at 4 o'clock p.m. fee $1.00A. W. VICK, RegisterofWilson CountySource: TN Library & Archives. Roll #194. Book 1843-1848, Page245.Type Record: InventoryJanuary Term 1846Final Inventory and List of Sales of the Estate of RobertDoughty, Decd. Sold 31st Oct 1845Henry Wheeler 1 Lard Stand, 1 Stand, 1 Chop Axe, 1 Spotorch, 1Smoothing IronHenry Wheeler 1 pail, 1 pr gear, 1 Loom, 1 Book, 1 Table, 1Bureau, +unreadableHenry Wheeler 1 Bed Stead & Furniture, 6 Chairs, One Jar.Jas. Bradley Bought 2 Barrels, 1 Churn, 1 Oven, 1 Coffee Mill, 1Cupboard, 1 ShovelPhillip Shares 1 Wheel, 1 Heifer, 1 Yearling, 1 Ox CartJoseph Mitchell 1 Filly, 1 Gray Filly, by Jesse Fuller; JosephFuller on Yoke [?this item?]Willis Miller 1 Handsaw, 7 Augers, 1 Hammer & Chisel, 1 LogChainWm. Tuggle 1 Tub, 1 set of gear, Meal Sifter, 1 Slay, 1 CoffeePot, 1 Spice BoxWm. Tuggle 80 bbls. Corn, 1 Pot, Lot of Sundries, 1 pairHarnessJno. Hearn 2 ?Reaphooks, 2 CalvesJoshua Wilson 1 Cutting Box & Knife & 1 Curry CombJonathan Bailey 1 Roan Colt, 1 pr Cords [Cards?]Richard Clark 1 ShovelJno. B. Shepard 1 Man's Saddle. 2- bbls Corn,James Spring 1 Lot SundriesJno. Bradshaw 1 Skiller, 1 Bed Cover, 1 Meal Bag, ?HenryBrown, 1 Iron WedgeJno Barber 2 Pr Door Hinges,David J. Cardwell 2 [sheep?], 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Lot SundriesAndrew Sky 1 Lot Tobacco,John H. Foust 1 [?], 1 Set of Spoons, 1 Side BoardJohn Stevens 1 Scythe & Cradle, 177 bbls Cotton, 2 [hacklers?],1 Reed? [Rud?], 1 ChairSam Bell 200 lbs CottonJ.J. Cunningham 1 Baskit, 1 Lot of Rough_ _ _ _ [Roughuess??]Gilbert Davis 1 CowThomas Kitchen A m. Cow and CalfAlexr Belcher 1 Chest,Benjn. Pnchell 1 Roan MareJno Smith 1 Bay HorseJohn Reece 1 Sausage StufferJohn Wheeler 10 bbls. CornJordan Kilgore 1 Pr Steelyards, 1 BedsteadHardin Raglin 1 HndleSaml. Hankins 1 Cow and CalfEnoch Gann 2 SteersJosh Owin 1 CowJas. P. Edwards 2 SowsLewis Manning 1 Sow, 10 bbl CornWm. Nunn 1 Lot Wheat & TubWm. Searcy 1 Lot Plank, 6 bushels Wheat, 1 barrel, 1 Lot Oats, 1Scythe HandleWm. Searcy 1 Cany? Plow, 1 Pr Shop ShearsHenry [Amugton?] 1 Wheat FanE.A. Wright 1 Pr Sheep Shares, 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Bridle CollarHenry Bradley 6 SheepSamuel McCleland 1 JugLucinda Doughty 1 PotWhaley Newby 2 PlowsRoland Newby 2 PlowsD.N. Estes 1 Stack Oats, to Hire of Woman and ChildJacob Thomason 600 Bundles of Fodder, 1 Cutting KnifePhillip Fisher To Hire of BoyEdward Lawrence 1 Grind StoneWm. Doughty 1 Bed & Furniture, 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Lot of Ware, 1Dish, 7 HogsL.D. Doughty 1 Jointer, 1 Boring Bitt, 1 Lot Sundries, 1Chopping AxL.D. Doughty 1 Pr Stretchers, 1 Pot, 1 Baker, 1 Lot of Soap &Vessels, 1 BibleL.D. Doughty 1 Book, 1 Sack & Potatoes, 1 Bed Cover, 1 Lot ofWare, 1 Tea PotL.D. Doughty 1 4 Cups & Saucers, 1 Candle Stick, 1 Jar, 1 Sow &Pigs, 1 Lot ?Stockers?L.D. Doughty All the Cotton in the Patch, 7 bbls & 1 BushelCorn, 17 bbls Short CornAlbert Arrington Bought Sheep1 Note on L.D. Doughty for $30.00, due 25 Dec 1845, with a?endit? 25 July 1845 $10.50. Bal $19.50The foregoing is a full and perfect account of the Sales of theproperty of Robert Doughty, decdby law directed to be Sold, which was sold on a c _______ oft______ _________s.State of Tennessee. Wilson County Court, January Term 1846 ...An Account of sales of theproperty of the estate of Robert Doughty decd was reported tocourt by his admr & ordered tobe recorded. Recorded: 12 January, 1846 J.L. McBlain,Clerk of the said courtDEED. WILSON CO. TN., District 12ROLL NO. 14, BOOK 2, pp 66:67Lorenzo D. DOUGHTY to William YOUNG[About 122 acs; $1400.00]I LORENZO D. DOUGHTY have this day bargained and sold and doherebytransfer and convey to WILLIAM YOUNG and his heirs and assignsforeverfor the consideration of One Thousand Four Hundred dollars to mepaida tract of land in the State of Tennessee, Wilson CountyDistrict 12on the waters of Dry fork of Round Lick Creek, being a part of atractof land Granted to JAMES DAVIDSON containing by estimation OneHundredand Twenty Two acres 149 poles be the same more or less andbounded asfollows beginning on a Chinquepin Oak on a branch in H. Z.BROWN'swest boundary thence west one hundred and fifty four and a halfpoles towhite walnut, thence south 40 degrees W. fifty poles to aSugartree, thencesouth fifty five poles to stake in DAVID YOUNG's north boundary,thenceeastwith said boundary two hundred and thirty nine poles to stakeDAVID YOUNG'snorth west corner, thence north fifty seven and a half poles toElm, thencewest fifty two poles to Stake, thence north thirty five poles tothebeginning. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same to the Said WILLIAMYOUNG that Iam lawfully seized of said land have a good right to convey itand that thesame is unencumbered. I do further covenant and bind myself, myheirs andassigns, and representatives to warrant and forever defend thetitle to theSaid land and every part thereof to the Said WILLIAM YOUNG, hisheirs andassigns against the lawful claims of all persons whatever This12th October1852.LORENZO D. DOUGHTYJacob Vantri--i ?James OakleyJames YoungClerk of the county court Said county of Wilson, LORENZO D.DOUGHTY, thewithin named bargainer, with whom I am personally acquainted,and that heacknowledged that he executed the within and for the purposesthereincontained. Witness my hand at office this 1st day of NovemberA.D. 1852J. I.McClain, ClerkRegistered November 1st 1852Received for Registration Nov 1st 1852 at 11 o'clock A.M.Fee $1.00 A. W. Vick, Registerof WilsonCounty==========================================================[Original Material in Poor Condition. Best Copy Available.]Certified Copy from Tennessee State Library and Archives.Back to Wilson Co. Deeds Index------------------------------------------------------------------------WILSON COUNTY DEEDROLL #14, BOOK 4, PAGE 560[Tennessee State Archives]I LORENZO DOUGHTY have this day bargained and sold and do herebytransfer and convey to WILLIAM B. GILL and his heirs for theconsideration of the sum of fifty eight dollars and fifty centsto me paid all my right title and interest in a tract of landbounded as follows Beginning at the said DOUGHTY's beginningcorner, thence south 38 poles with the said GILL's line to asugartree, thence 47 1/2 poles to a white walnut, thence west 34poles to the beginning, containing 4 acres, 3 roods and 21poles,to be same more or less to have and to hold all these untobelongingbelonging to the said WILLIAM B. GILL that I am lawfully seizedofsaid land, have a good right or title to convey. I do furtherconvenant to him, myself my heirs and representatives to warrantand forever defend the title to said land and every part thereofbelonging against all lawful claims whatever to the said WILLIAMB.GILL, his heirs and assigns this the 27th day of November, 1849.Lorenzo D. Doughtysigned, sealed and delivered in presence ofG. W. BrittleW. L. SwannJosiah L. McClain Clerk of the County of said county of Wilson,Lorenzo Doughty the within named bargainer with whom I ampersonallyacquainted and who acknowledged that he executed the within deedfor the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at officethis28th day of June, 1852.June, 1852 J. L. McClain, ClerkRegistered June 29th 1852Received for Registration June 29th 1852 at 12 O'clock m.fee $1.00 A. W. Vick, RegisterofWilson CountyDEED. WILSON CO. TENNESSEERoll #11, Deed Book 5, pp 25:26Hezikiah Cartright & Nancy Cartright to Lorenzy D. Doughty[Tennessee State Archives]We HEZEKIAH CARTRIGHT and NANCY H. CARTRIGHT have this daybargainedand sold and do hereby transfer and convey to LORENZY DOUGHTYand hisheirs forever for the consideration of seventy-five dollars touspaid a tract of land in the state of Tennessee, Wilson CountyDistrictN, containing fifteen acres to the same acre or less, andbounded asfollows, beginning at the northeast corner of the tract of landknownby the name of ROGERS TRACT of land lying on Kitchens Creek ofRoundLick Creek, thence south 141 poles to the southeast corner ofthesame tract, thence west 18 poles to a stake in the west boundrylineof said tract, thence 18 poles to the beginning to have and tohold thesame to the said DOUGHTY, his heirs and assigns forever, we docovenantwith the said DOUGHTY that we are lawfully seized of said land,have aright to convey it and that the same is unencumbered; we dofurthercovenant and bind ourselves, our heirs and representatives towarrantand forever defend the title to the said land and every partthereof tothe said DOUGHTY and his heirs and assigns against the lawfulclaims ofall persons whatsoever, this 10th day of September, 1838.Hezekiah CartrightNancy CartrightW. P. DavidsonShelah WatersB. W. BellT. C. GrissomYou are hereby authorized and empowered to takethe examination of Nancy H. Cartright privately and apart fromherhusband relative to her free execution of the within deed andthe sameso taken to certify under your hand and seal. Witness Josiah S.McClainof the County Court of Wilson County at this office this 19thday ofSeptember, 1838.J.D. McClainhaving personally appeared before me and having by the authorityin mevested her, examined privately and apart from her husbandHezikiahCartright, and she having acknowledged the due executions of thewithindeed by her freely voluntarily without compulsion, constraintcoertionby her said husband, the same is therefore certified. Witness myhandand seal this 22nd day of September, 1838.Shelah Waters N.P. DOUGHTY, Lorenzo D. (I9637)
 
320 Age 40, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census.Sister of James Cooksey. COOKSEY, Lucy (I9615)
 
321 Age 42, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census.Source: TN Library & Archives. Roll #194. Book 1843-1848, Page245.Type Record: InventoryJanuary Term 1846Final Inventory and List of Sales of the Estate of RobertDoughty, Decd. Sold 31st Oct 1845Henry Wheeler 1 Lard Stand, 1 Stand, 1 Chop Axe, 1 Spotorch, 1Smoothing IronHenry Wheeler 1 pail, 1 pr gear, 1 Loom, 1 Book, 1 Table, 1Bureau, +unreadableHenry Wheeler 1 Bed Stead & Furniture, 6 Chairs, One Jar.Jas. Bradley Bought 2 Barrels, 1 Churn, 1 Oven, 1 Coffee Mill, 1Cupboard, 1 ShovelPhillip Shares 1 Wheel, 1 Heifer, 1 Yearling, 1 Ox CartJoseph Mitchell 1 Filly, 1 Gray Filly, by Jesse Fuller; JosephFuller on Yoke [?this item?]Willis Miller 1 Handsaw, 7 Augers, 1 Hammer & Chisel, 1 LogChainWm. Tuggle 1 Tub, 1 set of gear, Meal Sifter, 1 Slay, 1 CoffeePot, 1 Spice BoxWm. Tuggle 80 bbls. Corn, 1 Pot, Lot of Sundries, 1 pairHarnessJno. Hearn 2 ?Reaphooks, 2 CalvesJoshua Wilson 1 Cutting Box & Knife & 1 Curry CombJonathan Bailey 1 Roan Colt, 1 pr Cords [Cards?]Richard Clark 1 ShovelJno. B. Shepard 1 Man's Saddle. 2- bbls Corn,James Spring 1 Lot SundriesJno. Bradshaw 1 Skiller, 1 Bed Cover, 1 Meal Bag, ?HenryBrown, 1 Iron WedgeJno Barber 2 Pr Door Hinges,David J. Cardwell 2 [sheep?], 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Lot SundriesAndrew Sky 1 Lot Tobacco,John H. Foust 1 [?], 1 Set of Spoons, 1 Side BoardJohn Stevens 1 Scythe & Cradle, 177 bbls Cotton, 2 [hacklers?],1 Reed? [Rud?], 1 ChairSam Bell 200 lbs CottonJ.J. Cunningham 1 Baskit, 1 Lot of Rough_ _ _ _ [Roughuess??]Gilbert Davis 1 CowThomas Kitchen A m. Cow and CalfAlexr Belcher 1 Chest,Benjn. Pnchell 1 Roan MareJno Smith 1 Bay HorseJohn Reece 1 Sausage StufferJohn Wheeler 10 bbls. CornJordan Kilgore 1 Pr Steelyards, 1 BedsteadHardin Raglin 1 HndleSaml. Hankins 1 Cow and CalfEnoch Gann 2 SteersJosh Owin 1 CowJas. P. Edwards 2 SowsLewis Manning 1 Sow, 10 bbl CornWm. Nunn 1 Lot Wheat & TubWm. Searcy 1 Lot Plank, 6 bushels Wheat, 1 barrel, 1 Lot Oats, 1Scythe HandleWm. Searcy 1 Cany? Plow, 1 Pr Shop ShearsHenry [Amugton?] 1 Wheat FanE.A. Wright 1 Pr Sheep Shares, 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Bridle CollarHenry Bradley 6 SheepSamuel McCleland 1 JugLucinda Doughty 1 PotWhaley Newby 2 PlowsRoland Newby 2 PlowsD.N. Estes 1 Stack Oats, to Hire of Woman and ChildJacob Thomason 600 Bundles of Fodder, 1 Cutting KnifePhillip Fisher To Hire of BoyEdward Lawrence 1 Grind StoneWm. Doughty 1 Bed & Furniture, 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Lot of Ware, 1Dish, 7 HogsL.D. Doughty 1 Jointer, 1 Boring Bitt, 1 Lot Sundries, 1Chopping AxL.D. Doughty 1 Pr Stretchers, 1 Pot, 1 Baker, 1 Lot of Soap &Vessels, 1 BibleL.D. Doughty 1 Book, 1 Sack & Potatoes, 1 Bed Cover, 1 Lot ofWare, 1 Tea PotL.D. Doughty 1 4 Cups & Saucers, 1 Candle Stick, 1 Jar, 1 Sow &Pigs, 1 Lot ?Stockers?L.D. Doughty All the Cotton in the Patch, 7 bbls & 1 BushelCorn, 17 bbls Short CornAlbert Arrington Bought Sheep1 Note on L.D. Doughty for $30.00, due 25 Dec 1845, with a?endit? 25 July 1845 $10.50. Bal $19.50The foregoing is a full and perfect account of the Sales of theproperty of Robert Doughty, decdby law directed to be Sold, which was sold on a c _______ oft______ _________s.State of Tennessee. Wilson County Court, January Term 1846 ...An Account of sales of theproperty of the estate of Robert Doughty decd was reported tocourt by his admr & ordered tobe recorded. Recorded: 12 January, 1846 J.L. McBlain,Clerk of the said court NEWBY, Roland (Rowland) (I9639)
 
322 Age 43, Mountain Home, Baxter, AR, 1880 census.Civil War - Battle Missionary Ridge near Chattanooga, Tn.,wounded - captured.Lived Salem, Arkansas. House still there (1985) corner 3rd andMain.(Kay Brewer Rhodes, descendant). BREWER, Russell (I9553)
 
323 Age 44, on 1850 Smith Co., TN, census. Another James Cooksey,age 20, KY, living with them.Age 53, on 1860 Macon Co., TN, census. House #826Age 63, Barren county, KY, 1870 census. Cooxey House#59(9/63)Age 74, District 12, Tracy township, Barren county, KY, 1880census.Cooksey, J. B.Age: 53Gender: MRace: WBirthplace: TNState: TennesseeCounty: MACONLocale: LAFAYETTESeries: M653Roll: 1263Part: 1Page: 55A COOKSEY, James B. (I9577)
 
324 Age 44, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census.Wilson Co., KY marriage of Whaland Newby & Elizabeth Cooksey,James Cooksey Bondsman 28 Mar 1825 & 14 Apr 1825.Source: TN Library & Archives. Roll #194. Book 1843-1848, Page245.Type Record: InventoryJanuary Term 1846Final Inventory and List of Sales of the Estate of RobertDoughty, Decd. Sold 31st Oct 1845Henry Wheeler 1 Lard Stand, 1 Stand, 1 Chop Axe, 1 Spotorch, 1Smoothing IronHenry Wheeler 1 pail, 1 pr gear, 1 Loom, 1 Book, 1 Table, 1Bureau, +unreadableHenry Wheeler 1 Bed Stead & Furniture, 6 Chairs, One Jar.Jas. Bradley Bought 2 Barrels, 1 Churn, 1 Oven, 1 Coffee Mill, 1Cupboard, 1 ShovelPhillip Shares 1 Wheel, 1 Heifer, 1 Yearling, 1 Ox CartJoseph Mitchell 1 Filly, 1 Gray Filly, by Jesse Fuller; JosephFuller on Yoke [?this item?]Willis Miller 1 Handsaw, 7 Augers, 1 Hammer & Chisel, 1 LogChainWm. Tuggle 1 Tub, 1 set of gear, Meal Sifter, 1 Slay, 1 CoffeePot, 1 Spice BoxWm. Tuggle 80 bbls. Corn, 1 Pot, Lot of Sundries, 1 pairHarnessJno. Hearn 2 ?Reaphooks, 2 CalvesJoshua Wilson 1 Cutting Box & Knife & 1 Curry CombJonathan Bailey 1 Roan Colt, 1 pr Cords [Cards?]Richard Clark 1 ShovelJno. B. Shepard 1 Man's Saddle. 2- bbls Corn,James Spring 1 Lot SundriesJno. Bradshaw 1 Skiller, 1 Bed Cover, 1 Meal Bag, ?HenryBrown, 1 Iron WedgeJno Barber 2 Pr Door Hinges,David J. Cardwell 2 [sheep?], 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Lot SundriesAndrew Sky 1 Lot Tobacco,John H. Foust 1 [?], 1 Set of Spoons, 1 Side BoardJohn Stevens 1 Scythe & Cradle, 177 bbls Cotton, 2 [hacklers?],1 Reed? [Rud?], 1 ChairSam Bell 200 lbs CottonJ.J. Cunningham 1 Baskit, 1 Lot of Rough_ _ _ _ [Roughuess??]Gilbert Davis 1 CowThomas Kitchen A m. Cow and CalfAlexr Belcher 1 Chest,Benjn. Pnchell 1 Roan MareJno Smith 1 Bay HorseJohn Reece 1 Sausage StufferJohn Wheeler 10 bbls. CornJordan Kilgore 1 Pr Steelyards, 1 BedsteadHardin Raglin 1 HndleSaml. Hankins 1 Cow and CalfEnoch Gann 2 SteersJosh Owin 1 CowJas. P. Edwards 2 SowsLewis Manning 1 Sow, 10 bbl CornWm. Nunn 1 Lot Wheat & TubWm. Searcy 1 Lot Plank, 6 bushels Wheat, 1 barrel, 1 Lot Oats, 1Scythe HandleWm. Searcy 1 Cany? Plow, 1 Pr Shop ShearsHenry [Amugton?] 1 Wheat FanE.A. Wright 1 Pr Sheep Shares, 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Bridle CollarHenry Bradley 6 SheepSamuel McCleland 1 JugLucinda Doughty 1 PotWhaley Newby 2 PlowsRoland Newby 2 PlowsD.N. Estes 1 Stack Oats, to Hire of Woman and ChildJacob Thomason 600 Bundles of Fodder, 1 Cutting KnifePhillip Fisher To Hire of BoyEdward Lawrence 1 Grind StoneWm. Doughty 1 Bed & Furniture, 1 Bed Quilt, 1 Lot of Ware, 1Dish, 7 HogsL.D. Doughty 1 Jointer, 1 Boring Bitt, 1 Lot Sundries, 1Chopping AxL.D. Doughty 1 Pr Stretchers, 1 Pot, 1 Baker, 1 Lot of Soap &Vessels, 1 BibleL.D. Doughty 1 Book, 1 Sack & Potatoes, 1 Bed Cover, 1 Lot ofWare, 1 Tea PotL.D. Doughty 1 4 Cups & Saucers, 1 Candle Stick, 1 Jar, 1 Sow &Pigs, 1 Lot ?Stockers?L.D. Doughty All the Cotton in the Patch, 7 bbls & 1 BushelCorn, 17 bbls Short CornAlbert Arrington Bought Sheep1 Note on L.D. Doughty for $30.00, due 25 Dec 1845, with a?endit? 25 July 1845 $10.50. Bal $19.50The foregoing is a full and perfect account of the Sales of theproperty of Robert Doughty, decdby law directed to be Sold, which was sold on a c _______ oft______ _________s.State of Tennessee. Wilson County Court, January Term 1846 ...An Account of sales of theproperty of the estate of Robert Doughty decd was reported tocourt by his admr & ordered tobe recorded. Recorded: 12 January, 1846 J.L. McBlain,Clerk of the said court NEWBY, Whaley "Whaland" (I9590)
 
325 Age 46, District 4, Mountain Home township, Baxter county, AR,1880 census.Caroline and husband Cyrus Lytle were living in Mountain Home,Baxter Co., Arkansas in 1880, with kids Josephine, abt. 1868,Mattie, abt. 1860, and William, born abt 1865. Cyrus Lytle wasthe son of Luke Lytle(Litle) and Mariah Angus, both of Giles Co.Tennessee. Mariah died giving birth and her husband ran offafter a few years alone with the kids, they were raised bygrandparents and relatives of the Angus family. I descend fromone of Cyrus's brothers in Warren County Tn.tntmartini@aol.com is the source. LYTLE, Cyrus Silas (I9551)
 
326 Age 47, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census.Age 76, District 18, Smith, TN, 1880 census. Daughter, Mary andgrandchildren living with her. Feraby Odasa, age 26, TN,Parents, TN, servant living with her.Sister of James Cooksey. COOKSEY, Elizabeth (I9613)
 
327 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9470)
 
328 Age 5 on 1850 Smith Co., TN, census.Age 13 on 1860 Macon Co., TN, census.Age 23, Barren county, KY, 1870 census. COOKSEY, Louisa (I9583)
 
329 Age 5, Barren county, KY, 1870 census.Age 14, District 12, Tracy township, Barren county, KY, 1880census.Age 34, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. Living withmother and grandmother. SEISSUM, John T. (I9601)
 
330 Age 5, District 2, Barren county, KY, 1900 census. COOKSEY, Cecil (I9594)
 
331 Age 5, District 12, Wilson county, TN, 1850 census.Age 15, McMinville, Warren county, TN, 1860 census.Age 26, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census.Military: Civil War, Co H 11th TN Cav Regt (CSA) Capt. Chatham DOUGHTY, Henry Clay (I9487)
 
332 Age 6 on 1860 Macon Co., TN, census. COOKSEY, Henry (I9587)
 
333 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9570)
 
334 Age 6, District 4, Mountain Home township, Baxter county, AR,1880 census. LYTLE, Buer? (I9635)
 
335 Age 6, Mountain Home, Baxter, AR, 1880 census. BREWER, Virginia (I9557)
 
336 Age 6, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census. NEWBY, Lausanah (I9651)
 
337 Age 6/12, 1860 Macon Co., TN, census.Age 10, Barren county, KY, 1870 census.Age 20, District 12, Tracy township, Barren county, KY, 1880census. COOKSEY, Thomas (I9588)
 
338 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9596)
 
339 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9597)
 
340 Age 7, Barren county, KY, 1870 census. SEISSUM, Molly (I9612)
 
341 Age 7, Metcalfe, KY, 1910 census.Age 16, Summershade, Metcalfe, KY, 1920 census.Age 27, Clarks Hill, Lauramie, Tippecanoe, IN, 1930 census.Tippecanoe County IndianaIndex to Marriage Record 1921-1941 Jan. 1, 1921 to Dec. 31,1941, Inclusive Volume 5, Pt 2 L to Z InclusiveW. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's OfficeLafayette Compiled by Indiana Works Progres Administration 1941County: TippecanoeName: Dessie SmelcerSpouse: Annie CookseyMarriage Date: 30 Dec 1922Birth Date: 29 Aug 1872Book: M-38Original Source Page: 495 COOKSEY, Anna Elzada (I9455)
 
342 Age 7, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census. NEWBY, Hester (I9645)
 
343 Age 7, Summershade, Metcalfe, KY, 1920 census.Age 17, Clarks Hill, Lauramie, Tippecanoe, IN, 1930 census.Bertie and Mertie were fraternal twins.Source says she died 23 Feb 1988 COOKSEY, Bertie Lee (I9453)
 
344 Age 8 months Tracy, Barren, KY 1880 census. COOKSEY, Adolphus [Delphus] (I9422)
 
345 Age 8 on 1860 Macon Co., TN, census. COOKSEY, Elizabeth (I9586)
 
346 Age 8, District 12, Wilson county, TN, 1850 census.Age 17, McMinville, Warren county, TN, 1860 census.Age 14, Union, Izard, AR, 1870 census. Little Sarah (Who isthis "Little Sarah"?)Age 36, Mountain Home, Baxter, AR, 1880 census.Little Sarah must be a grandchild or a later daughter. DOUGHTY, Sarah A."Little Sarah" (I9485)
 
347 Age 8, District 4, Mountain Home township, Baxter county, AR,1880 census. LYTLE, John (I9634)
 
348 Age 8, Ed #44, Middle township, Hendricks county, IN, 1920census.Age 19, District 19, Perry township, Clinton county, IN, 1930census.Name Father Mother Gender Birth Date Book Page Comment CountyReferenceWhite, Oran Gail James Georgia L Timmons F 20 Jan 1911 H-1 4Boone Boone County, IndianaIndex to Birth Records1882 - 1920 InclusiveVolume ILetters A - K InclusiveBoone County, IndianaIndex to Birth Records1882 - 1920 InclusiveVolume 2Letters L - Z Inclusive & Supplemental & Unknown WHITE, Oran Gayle (I9573)
 
349 Age 8, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census. NEWBY, Thomas (I9650)
 
350 Age 9, Mountain Home, Baxter, AR, 1880 census. BREWER, Mary E. (I9556)
 
351 Age 9, Newberg, Izard, AR, 1880 census. DOUGHTY, John (I9560)
 
352 Age 9, South Division township, Smith county, TN, 1850 census.Age 37, District 18, Smith, TN, 1880 census. NEWBY, Mary Elizabeth (I9491)
 
353 Agilulf, also called Aigulf (ca 537 601), was a Bishop of Metz between 590 or 591 and 601, and was the predecessor of Arnual or Arnoldus or Arnoald (601609 or 611). He was a son of Ferreolus, Senator of Narbonne, and wife Dode, Abbess of Saint Pierre de Reims. Bishop of Metz Agilulf (I40846)
 
354 Agnes (Anne) HOWARD (M. Winchester)
Died: 18 Nov 1601
Notes: See her Biography.
Father: William HOWARD (1 B. Howard of Effingham)
Mother: Catherine BROUGHTON
Married: William PAULET (3 M. Winchester) 20 Jun 1544 / 10 Nov 1548
Children:
1. William PAULET (4 M. Winchester)
2. Anne PAULET
3. Catherine PAULET
4. Elizabeth PAULET

 
HOWARD, Agnes (I671953456)
 
355 AKA (Facts Page)
Betty 
NEWSOM, Mary Elizabeth (Betty) (I1154)
 
356 AKA Moreton in Normandy.

1066 Joined father and brother to accompany William Duke of Normandy at the Conquest of England

Name changed to FitzCorbet or Corbet after arrival in England.

1086 held 24 lordships in Shropshire. Built a castle at Alfreton which was named Caux after Pays de Caux, his former home in Normandy. SOURCE Gencircles "Le Grande Ancestors" 
CORBET, Roger (I40590)
 
357 Alfreda is a sister to the wife of Jeptha. They lived for a time inBloomington, Il BEELER, Alfreda Rachel (I848)
 
358 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5095)
 
359 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5118)
 
360 Alias: Charles Sherrod "Bo" /Akins/ AKINS, Charles Sherrod (I5070)
 
361 Alias: Elijah "Lodge" Rasmuth /Lacey/
Custom Field:<_FA#> buried Christian Hill Cemetery, Wilcox County, GA@S02762@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998 
LACEY, Elijah Rasmuth (I4774)
 
362 Alias: Irene /Martiel"Pigue"Martin/
Custom Field:<_FA#> Occupation: housewife@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998
Custom Field:<_FA#> Residence: Thomasville, Thomas County, GA@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998
Custom Field:<_FA#> Religion:Southern Baptist@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998 
MARTIN, Irene Martiel (I5121)
 
363 Alias: James Mitchell "Buddy" /Henderson/ HENDERSON, James Mitchell (I5067)
 
364 Alias: Joseph Henry "Jo Henry"\"Uncle Joe" /McKinney/
Custom Field:<_FA#> Occupation: farmer, Pulaski & Thomas Counties, GA@S02762@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998
Custom Field:<_FA#> Religion: Baptist@S02762@S03018@Date ofImport: Dec 26, 1998 
MCKINNEY, Joseph Henry (I5117)
 
365 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5123)
 
366 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5047)
 
367 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4764)
 
368 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5122)
 
369 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5120)
 
370 Alias: Minnie Lenora "Nora" /Martin/
Custom Field:<_FA#> Occupation: housewife@S02762@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998
Custom Field:<_FA#> residence: Pavo, GA@S02762@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998
Custom Field:<_FA#> Religion: Baptist@S02762@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998 
MARTIN, Minnie Lenora (I5112)
 
371 Alias: Nance Jane "Mannie" /Martin/ MARTIN, Nance Jane (I5016)
 
372 Alias: Nealy /Lacey/ LACEY, Dora Cornelia (I4948)
 
373 Alias: Ronald Earl "Little Buddy" /Henderson/ HENDERSON, Ronald Earl (I5068)
 
374 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5473)
 
375 Alias: William Bennett "Billy" /Roberts/
Custom Field:<_FA#> Occupation:farmer, Ashburn, Turner County, GA@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998
CustomField:<_FA#> Religion: Baptist@S03018@Date of Import: Dec 26, 1998 
ROBERTS, William Bennett (I5222)
 
376 Alice Newsom married Roger Rawlings. (Received and passed on her Mother's mtDNA to her daughters)

Source: Newsom DNA Project, https://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/Newsome/pats?raw=1 
NEWSOM, Alice (I1428)
 
377 All five sons of Reuben and Peggy Hanson were Confederatesoldiers.
We do not know the exact date that Reuben Crawford, Sr. moved his family into Carroll County, Georgia where he died. They were in Morgan County in 1818 when he and Peggy Jones were married, in Campbell County in February 1828 when their sixth child, Henry Butler Hanson, was born, in Fayette County when their ninth child, Reuben Butler Hanson, Jr., was born and in Campbell County in September 1837 when their twelth child, John Jesse Hanson, was born. 
HANSON, Reuben Crawford SR. (I7350)
 
378 All that is known of Poppa is that she was a Christian, and the daughter to Berengar of Rennes, the previous lord of Brittania Nova, which eventually became western Normandy.  Poppa of Bayeux (I40760)
 
379 Allen Mack Walker is listed in the Taylor Co., GA 1860 Tax list with 99
slaves, 2372 acres and $102,359. It also has listed Nathaniel F. Walker
as Executor of estate for Allen Mack Walker with a list of property
totaling $28,300 and 99 slaves totaling $69,300. Also listed in the 1860
Slave Schedule: Nathaniel F. Walker listed by Briton Smith, overseer 17
slave houses, range in age 1-60 years and 55 slaves. John Caldwell,
Overseer, listed 8 slave houses ranging in age from 2 mo. - 60 years, 39
slaves. 
WALKER, Allen (I2703)
 
380 Allied to the English

There is a considerable amount of evidence indicating that Fergus married a daughter of Henry I (many believe it was Elizabeth Fitzroy).[48] For example, there is documentary evidence suggesting that all three of Fergus's children?Uhtred, Gilla Brigte, and Affraic?were related to the English royal family.[49] Specifically, Uhtred was called a cousin of Henry I's grandson, Henry II, King of England, by Roger de Hoveden.[50] Although sources specifically concerning Gilla Brigte fail to make a similar claim, potentially indicating that he had a different mother than Uhtred,[51] Gilla Brigte's son, Donnchad, Earl of Carrick, was certainly regarded as a kinsman of Henry II's son and successor, John, King of England.[52] In regard to Affraic, Robert de Torigni, Abbot of Mont Saint-Michel remarked that her son, Gurr lfsson, King of Dublin and the Isles, was related to Henry II through the latter's mother, Matilda,[53] one of Henry I's daughters.[54]

Henry I appears to have had about twenty-four illegitimate children.[55] Although the name and identity of Fergus's wife is unknown,[3] she would seem to have been one of Henry I's numerous illegitimate daughters through which the king forged marital alliances with neighbouring princes along the periphery of his Anglo-Norman realm.[56] The date of Uhtred's earliest attestation suggests that he was born in about 1123/1124 at the latest, whilst the fact that Gurr was old enough to render homage to the Norwegian king in 1153 suggests that Affraic herself was born no later than about 1122. Such birth dates suggest that Fergus's marriage dates to a period when the English Crown consolidated authority in the north-west and extended its influence into the Irish Sea. From the perspective of the English, an alliance between Henry I and Fergus would have secured an understanding with the man who controlled an important part of the north western flank of the Anglo-Norman realm.[57] In fact, one of Henry I's bastard daughters, Sybilla, was wed to the reigning Alexander, seemingly not long after the latter's accession.[58] Fergus's own apparent marriage, therefore, appears to evidence not only his pre-eminent status in Galloway itself, but the degree of political sovereignty he possessed as its ruler.[59] The unions of Alexander and Fergus evidence Henry I's intent of extending English authority north of the Solway Firth.[60]

 
Fergus Lord of Galloway (I40622)
 
381 Alpha resided in 1900 in Carroll County, Georgia and is listed on Census as married with 1 child - child is not listed on Census JONES, Alpha C. (I7477)
 
382 Also Known As
High Sheriff of Northamptonshire in 1505 and was the King's Escheator in Northamptonshire in 1528 and 1533 
LOVETT, Sir Thomas Esquire (I11731)
 
383 Also known as "Mattie" FRY, Martha Alzina (I835)
 
384 Also known as: Grace Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Old Sardis Church Cemetery on Sardis Church Road, Rutland, Bibb County, Georgia USA
 
DAUGHERTY, Sidney James (I29)
 
385 Also Lord of Pluckley and Woodnesboro. Succeeded his father as Lord of Ulcombe around 1225. He died young in 1234, leaving a widow whose first name was Johanna or Jeanne. She claimed one third of the land at Ulcombe for her widows portion. Sir John St. Leger's death also caused some conflict between the Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton and the Countess Alice d'Eu. John left three children, the eldest of whom Ralph succeded him, and the youngest of whom was known as Nicholas of Sellinger (a bastardisation of St. Leger)  ST LEGER, Sir John of Ulcombe (I672075292)
 
386 also spelled Cadwgan CADWGEN, Margaret (I671953259)
 
387 Alt. Born Abt. 1650 NEWSOM, Alice (I1428)
 
388 Although there is no positive proof that Johannah Jones' maden name was PERRY, this has been assumed, based on traditional naming patters, by researchers from the Kentucky brnach of the Gilreath family. Until proven otherwise, I accept this decision. (per John Norvill Jones)

We do not know the names of Johannah Perry's parents. There were a number of Perry families in old Granville/Bute County during the pre-Revolution period. Perry genealogists say that in the early 1740's seven Perry brothers, Jeremiah, John, Francis, Joshua, Nathaniel, William and Burwell, moved to Southern Granville county from Virginia because they were displeased with their father's second marriage. The 1754 militia census for Granville County (Col. William Eaton's Regiment of militia0 from which Bute County was formed in 1764 lists 6 Perry males: William, Jeremiah, John, Nathaniel, Francis, and Michael as members of Captain Osborn Jeffrey's Company. Jacob Perry in Capt. John Sallis' Company and Joshua Perry in Capt. Sugan Jones' Company. Most of these Perry's ended up in Franklin County when Bute was split into 2 counties, Warren in the North and Franklin in the South. However, there were Perry's in teh Northern part of Bute County.

In the area near the Virginia boarder, where Benjamin adn Johannah Jones lived, a Jeremiah and Burrell Perry bought items at the 1778 estate sale for David Young, deceased husband of Ann Jones. We do no know how they may have been related to Johannah. Members of both the Jones and Perry families migrated to Georgia after the Revolution. In the 1790's a Burrell Perry, along with his brother Willis and sister Priscilla, were living in the Long Creek area of Wilkes/Warren County, Georgia. By that time, Thomas, Adam and Samuel Jones, sons of Benjamin and Johannah Jones, had also migrated to Long Creek. So, it is likely that there was a connection between these Perry's and the Benjamin Jones family.

Benjamin Jones' will of 1776 gave his wife "Johannar" (Johannah), his farm for use during her lifetime or widowhood. But the land was to be under the management of her son-in-law, John Gilreath, the husband of their daughter, also named Johannah. There was no Johannah Jones in the 1790 census for Warren County. It appears that she migrated with John and Johannah Gilreath to Wilkes County before 1780 when John petitioned for land in that county.

Evidently Johannah Jones died sometime before the 1800 census. Only one female over 45 years of age is listed for the John Gilreath household, that would be his wife. 
PERRY, Johannah (I7759)
 
389 Among the most illustrious of the Norman Baronage and of a family which held in fee a third part of all Normandy;

Seigneur de Cinqueleiz in 1035.

Was at the battle of Val-es-Dunes 1047.

Living 1054, died soon after. 
TAISSON, Raoul (I41203)
 
390 Amy (Amee) was the widow of James Elkins who died in March 1716/1717. [67, 68]  HARRISON, Amiee (I11407)
 
391 Anastasie Hanson applied for and was awarded a Texas ConfederatePension, Application 03635, Bk I Shelby Co., Texas. Kenny, INDEX TO APPLICATIONS FOR TEXAS CONFEDERATE PENSIONS, 976.4 kin, page 105, Shreve Memorial Library, Texas Ave., Shreveport, Louisiana. HENRY, Anastasia (I9287)
 
392 ancester of Jeff Davis, Pres. CSA DAVIS, Johathan (I3394)
 
393 Ancestors of Kenneth MacAlpin WARREN, Allen , Jr. (I1050)
 
394 Ancestral File Number: 1T97-Z0M DAUGHERTY, Robert (I3356)
 
395 Ancestral File Number: 1T97-Z22
Rumour says that Henry Daugherty died atabout age 10 possibly from
hurting himself while working in a mill. 
DAUGHERTY, Henry (I3358)
 
396 Ancestral File Number: 1T97-Z38 DAUGHERTY, Ella (I3359)
 
397 Ancestral File Number: 1T97-Z5N DAUGHERTY, Maybell Laura (I24)
 
398 Ann H. Mack wrote an article for The Virginia Genealogist, Volume 28, 1984 entitled Hawley/Halley In Seventeenth Century Virginia. She has since done further well documented research on this family. The material found on this website is from her research. We are very grateful for her careful work.

Sarah Hawley was born about 1686 in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Her parents were Henry and Mary Hawley. A document is held in the Mount Vernon ladies Association Library dealing with a legal suit in Fairfax County which states, "Sarah Lewis, wife of Thomas Lewis of Fairfax county aged about 62 years... deposeth that her father Henry Hawley came and settled on Spencer's land about 55 years ago...." Signed by Sarah (S) Lewis and dated March 29 1748.

Sarah married Captain William Harrison about 1702. He owned a lot of land in Stafford County that later became Fairfax County. He died in Stafford County in 1724. Ms. Mack notes that the will was recorded in Stafford County Will book K, page 99 which is now lost

Sarah and William Harrison had five children:
1. William (who also became "Captain") born 1703 married Isabella Triplett.
2. Sybil born 1705 married Col. Hugh West
3. Sarah born 1708/9 married 1st Thomas Triplett, 2nd John Manley.
4. George born 1707 married Martha Price
5. Mary born after 1714 married 1st John Brown, 2nd John Peake.

In 1740, after Mary Harrison wed John Brown, Sarah married a second time. She was 54 years old and her new husband, Thomas Lewis was 10 years younger. He died in 1749. His will can be found in Fairfax Co, VA Will Book A-1 pp. 291-3. Sarah was to have the use of the estate, Difficult Run, during her natural life. All lands and estates were bequeathed to the children of his brother, Stephen Lewis. Sarah sued that her late husband and his brother had conspired to defraud her and she was granted a judgement of 6868 pounds of tobacco. However, she was ordered to pay 15 pounds, 2 shillings and 5 pence to the estate of Stephen Lewis.

Mary Harrison Brown had gone to Difficult Run to live with her mother after her husband John Brown died. There she met and married the overseer of Difficult Run, John Peake. By 1772 the Peake family had moved to Fauquier County, Virginia. Sarah moved there to be with her daughter and died there in 1778 at the age of 92. 
HALLEY, Sarah (I10331)
 
399 Ann Hinson was born about 1729. She married George Bell on April 15, 1745. HINSON, Ann (I69828)
 
400 Ann Hinson, married Matthew Conner on May 25, 1781. Bondsman were M. Conner and Edward Settle.

In Robert's will, he refers to her as Ann Dials, so she may have been remarried.
 
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