PEEBLES Family - -

by Scott Owens Anrkee@aol.com

Descendants of Robert Peebles

Generation No. 1

1. ROBERT1 PEEBLES was born in Scotland.

Children of ROBERT PEEBLES are:

2. i. ALISON2 PEEBLES I.

3. ii. DAVID PEEBLES I, b. 1594, County Fife, Scotland; d. 1659, Charles City County, Virginia.

Generation No. 2

2. ALISON2 PEEBLES I (ROBERT1) She married JAMES SWAN.

Children of ALISON PEEBLES and JAMES SWAN are:

i. JAMES3 SWAN II.

ii. DAVID SWAN.

3. DAVID2 PEEBLES I (ROBERT1) was born 1594 in County Fife, Scotland, and died 1659 in Charles City County, Virginia. He married (1) ELIZABETH BISHOP 1655 in Charles City County, Virginia. She was born in Wynoke Parish, Charles City County, Virginia. He married (2) ELSPET MACKIE 1633 in Scotland. She was born in Scotland, and died in Scotland.

Notes for DAVID PEEBLES I:

David Peebles (Pebill) was a Captain of Royalist forces in the English Civil War. He had been engaged in commerce in Scotland beforehand, as he moved quite a bit. He did have a plantation "Bon Accord," near Aberdean, also called "Bonnicord." After the triumph of Cromwell he escaped to Virginia about 1650. H

Children of DAVID PEEBLES and ELIZABETH BISHOP are:

i. CHRISTIAN3 PEEBLES II, b. 1663, Wynoke Parish, Charles City, Virginia; m. JOHN POYTHRESS; b. Wynoke Parish, Charles City, Virginia.

ii. SARAH PEEBLES, b. Wynoke Parish, Charles City, Virginia; m. RICE HOE.

iii. ELIZABETH PEEBLES, m. JOHN DRAYTON II.

Children of DAVID PEEBLES and ELSPET MACKIE are:

iv. CHRISTIAN3 PEEBLES, b. 1634, St. Andrews Parish, County Fife, Scotland.

4. v. WILLIAM PEEBLES I, b. 1635, Kilconqubar, Carnbee, County Fife, Scotland; d. August 5, 1695, Charles City County, Virginia.

vi. THOMAS PEEBLES I, b. 1638, Scotland.

vii. ALISON PEEBLES II, b. 1641; m. JON ANDERSON; b. Balclavie, Carnbee, Fife, Scotland.

viii. MARGARET PEEBLES, b. September 18, 1642, St. Monance Parish, Fife, Scotland.

5. ix. JOHN PEEBLES, b. 1644, Balclavia Parish, Carnbee, Fife, Scotland.

x. DAVID PEEBLES II, b. 1646, County Fife, Scotland; d. 1726, Virginia.

Generation No. 3

4. WILLIAM3 PEEBLES I (DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1635 in Kilconqubar, Carnbee, County Fife, Scotland, and died August 5, 1695 in Charles City County, Virginia. He married (1) ELIZABETH BUSBY. She was born in Charles City, Virginia. He married (2) JUDETH DRAYTON 1662 in Charles City County, Virginia. She was born in Virginia.

Child of WILLIAM PEEBLES and ELIZABETH BUSBY is:

6. i. HENRY4 PEEBLES I, b. 1693, Prince George County, Virginia; d. 1738, Prince George County, Virginia.

Children of WILLIAM PEEBLES and JUDETH DRAYTON are:

7. ii. DAVID4 PEEBLES III, b. 1683, Prince George County, Virginia; d. 1726, Prince George County, Virginia.

8. iii. WILLIAM PEEBLES II, b. 1670, Burleigh, Prince George County, Virginia; d. October 12, 1727, Prince George County, Virginia.

5. JOHN3 PEEBLES (DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1644 in Balclavia Parish, Carnbee, Fife, Scotland. He married ELSPETH MARTINE. She was born in Scotland.

Child of JOHN PEEBLES and ELSPETH MARTINE is:

9. i. THOMAS4 PEEBLES, b. 1652, Kilconquhan, Fife, Scotland.

Generation No. 4

6. HENRY4 PEEBLES I (WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1693 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died 1738 in Prince George County, Virginia. He married AGNES NICHOLSON.

Children of HENRY PEEBLES and AGNES NICHOLSON are:

i. AGNES5 PEEBLES, m. JOHN SILLS.

ii. AMY PEEBLES, m. WILLIAM BISHOP.

iii. CONSTANCE PEEBLES, m. (1) BENJAMIN JONES; m. (2) HENRY JONES.

iv. HENRY PEEBLES II.

v. LUCY PEEBLES, m. MORRIS SILLS.

vi. REBECCA PEEBLES, m. JOHN BISHOP.

vii. JAHU PEEBLES II.

viii. ABRAHAM PEEBLES.

ix. THOMAS PEEBLES II.

x. ELIZABETH PEEBLES III.

xi. WILLIAM PEEBLES IV.

7. DAVID4 PEEBLES III (WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1683 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died 1726 in Prince George County, Virginia. He married (1) ANN MAYBURY in Surry County, VA. She was born in Surry, Virginia. He married (2) BETTY COOKE. She was born 1728 in Brunswick, Virginia.

Children of DAVID PEEBLES and ANN MAYBURY are:

i. DAVID5 PEEBLES IV.

ii. JOSEPH PEEBLES.

10. iii. JEHU PEEBLES I, b. Brunswick, Virginia; d. Brunswick, Virginia.

11. iv. DAVID PEEBLES, b. Surry, Virginia.

v. JOSEPH PEEBLES, b. Surry, Virginia.

Children of DAVID PEEBLES and BETTY COOKE are:

vi. LEWIS5 PEEBLES, b. December 22, 1760, Brunswick, Virginia.

vii. DAVID PEEBLES, b. August 21, 1764, Brunswick, Virginia.

8. WILLIAM4 PEEBLES II (WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)1 was born 1670 in Burleigh, Prince George County, Virginia, and died October 12, 1727 in Prince George County, Virginia. He married (1) ELIZABETH HAMLIN1 WFT Est. 1685-17151. She was born WFT Est. 1655-16791, and died WFT Est. 1717-17511. He married (2) MARTHA GREEN 1698 in Prince George County, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1680, and died 1709 in Prince George County, Virginia.

Notes for WILLIAM PEEBLES II:

m married to A Reid Peoples, Jr. who is descended from Capt David

Peoples as follows:

David (1) PEEBLES Capt. (1593 - 1659) & Elspet MACKIE

William (2) PEEBLES (1635 - 1695) & Judeth (Ward Of John DRAYTON)

William (3) PEEBLES II (1670 - 1747) & (probably) HAMLIN

Abraham (4) PEEBLES (1690 - 1782) & EPPES &/OR GREEN

David Of Pitt (5) PEEBLES (1715 - 1784) & Mary (Mollie) [settled in Pitt

Co, NC)

William (6) PEEBLES (1762 - 1820) & Elizabeth EDMUNDSON (MAYBE)

William (7) PEEBLES/PEOPLES (1792 - 1840) & Charity (1788 - after 1860 )

[from Pitt Co, NC to St Clair Co, AL in1818- 1819]

Warren T (8) PEEPLES/PEOPLES (1817 - 1870) & Mary Ann Eliza (A/ML)

MONTGOMERY (1820-1900)

Henry T (9) PEOPLES (1854 - 1917) & Manervy/Minervie C (9) BRADFORD

(1854 - 1929)

George (Pinkston) PINK (10) PEOPLES (1874 - 1938) & CYNTHA Eudora

Caroline WHITE (1877 - 1960)

Alvin Reid (Alvy) (11) PEOPLES Sr. (1903 - 1962) & Katie Lee DUCKETT

(1917 - 1976)

[moved from St Clair Co, AL to Jefferson Co, AL]

Alvin Reid (Bud) (12) PEOPLES Jr. (1945 - ) & Dr. Lynn THOMPSON (1950 -

) [moved from Jefferson Co, AL to Shelby Co, AL]

(Sorry for the formatting or lack of)

I have worked on the Thompson and Ragland families genealogy since I was

about 9 years old and since I married when I was 17 I feel like they are

really mine and often refer to them that way. Also, my Ragland aunt

married Bud's Peebles uncle in the early 1700's in Charles City,

Virginia. In any event, I have been working on the Peoples family for

about 15 years. During that time I have also had an active practice so

often there have been large blocks of time when I didn't work on my gen

research at all. I have accumulated so much information that we

commited to ourselves to finish organizing the bulk of info and publish

next year. In the process of working with our St Clair family I ended up

in many other counties and kept picking up cousins so decided to put

together what I had found throughout Alabama. I have found two Lemuels.

One was Buds's gg uncle and one is his cousin (your Lemuel) through

William Peebles II and - Hamlin. So far all Peebles,Peeples and Peoples

in Alabama up through 1860 are descended from Capt David.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,

Lynn

Children of WILLIAM PEEBLES and ELIZABETH HAMLIN are:

12. i. ABRAHAM5 PEEBLES, b. 1690, Princh George Va.; d. WFT Est. 1734-1782.

ii. HANNA PEEBLES1, b. WFT Est. 1691-17191; d. WFT Est. 1692-17851.

iii. SARAH PEEBLES1, b. WFT Est. 1691-17191; d. WFT Est. 1692-17851.

iv. WILLIAM PEEBLES III1, b. 17001; d. WFT Est. 1701-17901; m. (1) AGNES SHOCK; m. (2) MARY CARLISLE; b. Albemarle Parish, Surrey County, Virginia; m. (3) AGNESS SHOOK; b. Albemarle, Virginia.

v. JOHN PEEBLES1, b. 17101; d. WFT Est. 1711-18001.

13. vi. THOMAS PEEBLES III, b. 1711, Prince George County, Virginia; d. WFT Est. 1710-1799.

14. vii. PETER PEEBLES, b. July 28, 1714, Burleigh, Prince George, Virginia; d. April 2, 1794.

15. viii. JOSEPH PEEBLES, b. 1716, Prince George County, Virginia; d. January 11, 1753, Brunswick County, Virginia.

Children of WILLIAM PEEBLES and MARTHA GREEN are:

16. ix. ABRAHAM5 PEEBLES II, b. 1703, Prince George County, Virginia; d. 1782, Craven County, South Carolina.

17. x. JOHN PEEBLES II, b. 1703, Prince George County, Virginia; d. 1772, Brunswick County, Virginia.

18. xi. HANNAH PEEBLES, b. 1705, Prince George County, Virginia.

19. xii. SARAH PEEBLES II, b. 1708, Prince George County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1780, Camden District, South Carolina.

9. THOMAS4 PEEBLES (JOHN3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1652 in Kilconquhan, Fife, Scotland. He married MARGARET LANDALS. She was born 1652 in Kilconquhan, Fife, Scotland.

Child of THOMAS PEEBLES and MARGARET LANDALS is:

20. i. ALEXANDER5 PEEBLES I, b. 1676, Scotland.

Generation No. 5

10. JEHU5 PEEBLES I (DAVID4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born in Brunswick, Virginia, and died in Brunswick, Virginia. He married (1) ANN PEEBLES. She was born in Brunswick, Virginia. He married (2) MARY PEEBLES. She was born in Brunswick, Viurginia, and died in Brunswick, VA.

Children of JEHU PEEBLES and MARY PEEBLES are:

i. FREDERICK6 PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia.

ii. BRITAIN PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; m. JENNY GREEN; b. Brunswick, Virginia.

21. iii. PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia.

22. iv. JEHU PEEBLES II, b. 1730, Brunswick, Virginia; d. June 25, 1813, Guilford, VA.

23. v. HUBBARD PEEBLES, b. April 1745, Brunswick, Virginia.

11. DAVID5 PEEBLES (DAVID4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born in Surry, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH G.. She was born Bet. 1752 - 1753 in Brunswick, Virginia.

Children of DAVID PEEBLES and ELIZABETH are:

i. HENRY6 PEEBLES, b. Virginia; m. SUSANNAH; b. 1758, Virginia.

24. ii. MARY PEEBLES, b. Bet. 1752 - 1753, Brunswick, Virginia.

12. ABRAHAM5 PEEBLES (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)1 was born 1690 in Princh George Va.1, and died WFT Est. 1734-17821.

Child of ABRAHAM PEEBLES is:

25. i. LEWIS6 PEEBLES, b. 1731, Princh George Va.; d. Aft. 1830, Henry Co. Ala..

13. THOMAS5 PEEBLES III (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)1 was born 1711 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died WFT Est. 1710-17991. He met SARAH TATUM 1725 in Surry County, Virginia.

Children of THOMAS PEEBLES and SARAH TATUM are:

i. THOMAS6 PEEBLES IV.

ii. ELIZABETH PEEBLES IV.

iii. NATHANIEL PEEBLES.

iv. WILLIAM PEEBLES VI.

14. PETER5 PEEBLES (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)1 was born July 28, 1714 in Burleigh, Prince George, Virginia, and died April 2, 1794. He married HULDAH LADD. She was born February 13, 1711/12 in Henrico, Charles City, Virginia, and died June 6, 1784.

Children of PETER PEEBLES and HULDAH LADD are:

i. SUSANNAH6 PEEBLES, b. Prince George, Virginia; m. THOMAS WALTHALL; b. Prince George, Virginia.

ii. WILLIAM LADD PEEBLES, b. June 17, 1738, Burleigh, Prince George Virginia; d. December 30, 1781; m. SUSANNAH BUTLER, December 20, 1765, Prince George, Virginia; b. April 14, 1748, Blackwater, Surry, Virginia.

iii. SARAH PEEBLES III, b. September 24, 1741, Prince George, Virginia; m. JOHN SEARS; b. May 25, 1741, Prince George, Virginia.

iv. PETER PEEBLES, b. May 8, 1744, Prince George, Virginia; m. MOUNING HARGRAVE; b. April 29, 1757, Blackwater, Surry, Virginia.

v. JOHN PEEBLES, b. December 28, 1747, Prince George, Virginia; m. MARY; b. Blackwater, Surry, Virginia.

vi. JAMES PEEBLES, b. August 16, 1749, Prince George, Virginia; m. SARAH BAILEY; b. Burleigh, Prince George, Virginia.

vii. STEPHEN PEEBLES, b. January 22, 1750/51, Prince George, Virginia; m. (1) ELIZABETH CHAPPELL; b. Blackwater, Surry, Virginia; m. (2) SARAH HOLLOWELL; b. Prince George, Virginia.

viii. HULDA PEEBLES, b. July 5, 1753, Prince George, Virginia.

15. JOSEPH5 PEEBLES (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)1 was born 1716 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died January 11, 1753 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married MARY BARKER March 11, 1747/48 in Burleigh, Prince George County, Virginia. She was born in Burleigh, Prince George, Virginia.

Children of JOSEPH PEEBLES and MARY BARKER are:

i. MOURNING6 PEEBLES.

ii. ELIZABETH PEEBLES V.

16. ABRAHAM5 PEEBLES II (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1703 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died 1782 in Craven County, South Carolina. He married (1) MISS EPPES. He married (2) MISS GREEN. He married (3) KEGIAH CARLISLE. He married (4) GREEN. She was born in Lancaster, Virginia. He married (5) EPPES. She was born in Lancaster, Virginia. He married (6) KEZIA CARLISLE. She was born in Lancaster, Virginia.

Children of ABRAHAM PEEBLES and MISS EPPES are:

i. REUBEN6 PEEBLES.

ii. DAVID PEEBLES V.

iii. WILLIAM PEEBLES V.

iv. HENRY PEEBLES III.

Children of ABRAHAM PEEBLES and KEZIA CARLISLE are:

v. DAVID6 PEEBLES, b. Kershaw, South Carolina.

26. vi. WILLIAM PEEBLES, b. Kershaw, South Carolina.

vii. ISHAM PEEBLES, b. Beaufort, South Carolina; m. ELIZABETH PEEBLES; b. Kershaw, South Carolina.

viii. HENRY PEEBLES, b. Lancaster, South Carolina; m. MARY (POLLY); b. Lancaster, South Carolina.

ix. LEWIS PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, South Carolina; m. ELIZABETH1; b. South Carolina; d. Aft. 1840, Henry Co Ala.1.

x. REUBEN PEEBLES, b. June 10, 1745, Bristol, South Carolina.

17. JOHN5 PEEBLES II (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1703 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died 1772 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married (1) FRANCES CATO. She was born in Virginia. He married (2) ELIZABETH CLARK 1725. She was born 1705 in Surry County, Virginia, and died 1755 in Brunswick County, Virginia.

Children of JOHN PEEBLES and ELIZABETH CLARK are:

i. SARAH6 PEEBLES IV, m. MR. JORDAN.

27. ii. JOHN PEEBLES III, b. 1730, Surry County, Virginia; d. 1825, Wake County, North Carolina.

iii. ROBERT PEEBLES, b. 1735, Surry County, Virginia; d. January 1795, Northampton County, Virginia; m. LUCY BASS, 1757, Brunswick County, Virginia.

iv. SAMUEL PEEBLES, b. 1738, Surry County, Virginia; d. 1785, Clarendon County, South Carolina; m. SARAH KINCHEN.

28. v. MARY PEEBLES, b. January 28, 1739/40, Surry County, Virginia; d. 1810, Brunswick County, Virginia.

29. vi. VIRGINIA SAWREY PEEBLES, b. May 20, 1742, Surry County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1790, Wake County, North Carolina.

vii. EPHRAIM PEEBLES, b. October 7, 1743, Albemarle Parish, Surry County, Virginia; d. Warren County, Georgia; m. (1) HANNAH CLIFTON, 1765, Surry County, Virginia; m. (2) SARAH DRAKE, May 9, 1794, Warren County, Georgia; b. Abt. 1775.

viii. HENRY PEEBLES IV, b. 1749, Brunswick County, Virginia; d. 1818, Nrothhampton County, North Carolina; m. NANCY ANN TAYLOR, 1772, North Carolina.

18. HANNAH5 PEEBLES (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1705 in Prince George County, Virginia. She married (1) WILLIAM PATTERSON. He was born in Amelia, Virginia. She married (2) WILLIAM PATTISON January 3, 1729/30 in Prince George County, Virginia. She married (3) JOHN MERRYMOON December 1736 in Prince George County, Virginia. He was born June 11, 1713 in Henrico, Virginia.

Children of HANNAH PEEBLES and WILLIAM PATTERSON are:

i. MARTHA6 PATTERSON, b. January 28, 1732/33, Virginia; m. JOHN PATTERSON; b. December 8, 1731, Rich Square, Northampton, North Carolina.

ii. WILLIAM PATTERSON, b. March 22, 1733/34, Rich Square, Northampton, North Carolina.

Children of HANNAH PEEBLES and JOHN MERRYMOON are:

iii. SARAH6 MERRYMOON, b. Amelia, Virginia.

iv. JOHN MERRYMOON, b. Virginia.

v. PETER MERRYMOON, b. September 6, 1737, Surry/Amelia, Virginia; m. OBEDIENCE REAMS; b. April 1, 1742, Surry, Virginia.

30. vi. DAVID MERRYMAN, b. December 22, 1742, Amelia, Virginia.

31. vii. MARGARET (PEGGY) MERRYMOON, b. August 30, 1746, Amelia, Virginia.

viii. FRANCES MERRYMOON, b. February 12, 1747/48, Virginia; m. CHRISTINA HOLLOWELL; b. October 16, 1747, Northampton, North Carolina.

ix. HANNAH MERRYMOON, b. February 27, 1753, Virginia; m. JOSEPH PATTERSON; b. March 18, 1753, Amelia, Virginia.

19. SARAH5 PEEBLES II (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1708 in Prince George County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1780 in Camden District, South Carolina. She married (1) MR. THOMPSON Abt. 1726. He was born Abt. 1705, and died Abt. 1728. She married (2) AMOS HORTON I Abt. 1730 in Surry County, Virginia, son of DANIEL HORTON and MARTHA TIMMS. He was born 1710 in Surry County, Virginia, and died 1791 in Camden District, South Carolina.

Notes for SARAH PEEBLES II:

The Peebles/Peeples connection with the Horton is old and complex.

Amos I married Sarah Peebles, daughter of William Peeples about 1734.

Amos II married Virginia Peebles, daughter of John Peebles II in March

of 1767.

Amos II's daughter, Lavinia married John Peebles III and moved from

North Carolina to Green County, AL, locating within 10 miles of her

brother, Jesse Horton and her sister, Sarah Horton Scarborough.

The Peebles and Hortons from Pickens and Greene Counties are still

acquainted and Betty Peebles King, 2201 Mellon Lane, Oxford, Alabama

36203 has a wealth of information on the Peebles going back to their

roots in Scotland. Betty is a very nice and helpful person and would be

happy to hear from anyone tracing her line. She is not on the internet.

William Amos Horton (Bill)

Notes for AMOS HORTON I:

Amos Horton was six years old when his father Daniel died in Surry County, Virginia.

an Amos Horton for land patents at the Va Digital Library site:

URLhttp://198.17.62.51/

1) Amos Horton 29June1739 Card 2

Surry County 100 acres Patent

2) Amos Horton 10Sept 1755 Card 1

Brunswick County 400 acres Patent

A digitalized copy of the actual patent/grant record can be downloaded and

save to file. You can also right click and copy the index card which

contains a typed description with more detail than I put above.

Go to the URL, scroll down to Land Records, hit GO. When page loads, scroll

and choose first Land Records link (not the Northern Neck one). When page

loads, scroll down to the Horton name (it has its own separate entry). Click

on it, it may take a few seconds to load as it is bringing up the digitalized

card. When loaded, you will see the button to Retrieve document. Click it -

you then have a choice of opening it to the screen or save to hard drive.

I usually save to hard drive in a special folder, open in PhotoHouse, clean

up the black smutz, print a copy for my book files and save image to a floppy

and delete 1st copy from my hard drive. It makes for some very impressive

family books. Found 17 patent/grant records for my Webbs in Cabell and

Putnam Co, VA (now WVA).

Gloria

raglady@aol.com

From: "The Samuel Jones Family of Kershaw County, South Carolina,

1756-1979 Book II"

By Hazel Parker Jones.

Horton Sussex Co VA to Kershaw Co, SC

1. Amos Horton, Revolutionary War veteran, SC Militia, 1779, married Sarah

Peeples in VA. Moved to SC.

2. Daniel Horton b. 25 June 1740, Surrey Co VA. (later Sussex co). d. Nov

1795 Kershaw Co, SC. Married Mary _______; she died 1800, Kershaw Co, SC.

3a. Daniel Horton, II

3b. Lucy Horton, b. 14 Oct 1761; d. 27 Nov 1846

Lancaster Co, SC. Married William Williams.

3c. Martha Horton

3d. William Horton

3e. John Horton, 1768-1819

3e. John Horton, 1768-1819, Kershaw Co, SC., married Elizabeth

__________.

4a. Ivy Horton (probably Iry or Ira)

4b. Adrian Horton

4c. Hardy Horton

4d. Reuben J. Horton

4e. Jesse Horton, b. 1793

4f. Henry E. Horton

4g. Rebecca Horton

4e. Jesse Horton, b. 1793; d. 24 May 1880

More to follow.

Paul

Children of SARAH PEEBLES and AMOS HORTON are:

32. i. AMOS6 HORTON II, b. 1735, Surry County, Virginia; d. August 1822, Wake County, North Carolina.

33. ii. HENRY HORTON I, b. 1737, Surrey County, Virginia; d. 1797, Camden District, South Carolina.

34. iii. DANIEL HORTON II, b. May 25, 1740, Surrey County, Virginia; d. November 1, 1795, Camden District, South Carolina.

iv. JESSE HORTON I, b. February 9, 1742/43, Surrey County, Virginia; d. WFT Est. 1744-1833.

35. v. JOHN HORTON IV, b. Abt. 1746, Surrey County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1817, Kershaw District, South Carolina.

36. vi. WILLIAM HORTON IV, b. Abt. 1750, Surrey County, Virginia; d. July 18, 1834, Lancaster District, South Carolina.

37. vii. THOMAS HORTON VIII, b. 1752, Surrey County, Virginia; d. July 24, 1841, Decator County, Indiana.

38. viii. REBECCA HORTON I, b. January 1, 1760, Surrey County, Virginia; d. WFT Est. 1761-1854.

20. ALEXANDER5 PEEBLES I (THOMAS4, JOHN3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1676 in Scotland. He married ISABELL RANKILLON. She was born 1680 in Scotland.

Child of ALEXANDER PEEBLES and ISABELL RANKILLON is:

39. i. GEORGE6 PEEBLES.

Generation No. 6

21. PEEBLES6 (JEHU5, DAVID4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born in Brunswick, Virginia. She married LEMUEL LANIER. He was born in Brunswick, Virginia.

Children of PEEBLES and LEMUEL LANIER are:

i. DAVID7 LANIER.

ii. MOLLIE LANIER.

iii. SALLY LANIER.

22. JEHU6 PEEBLES II (JEHU5, DAVID4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1730 in Brunswick, Virginia, and died June 25, 1813 in Guilford, VA. He married (1) PEEBLES. She was born in Brunswick, Virginia. He married (2) CATHERINE (CATEY) SMITH 1753. She was born in Greensville, Virginia.

Children of JEHU PEEBLES and PEEBLES are:

i. HUGH7 PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; d. October 12, 1795, Chatham, North Carolina; m. ABIGAIL; d. February 18, 1812, Chatham, North Carolina.

ii. SETH PEEBLES, d. March 24, 1824.

Children of JEHU PEEBLES and CATHERINE SMITH are:

iii. HERBERT7 PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; d. Guilford, North Carolina; m. SARAH (SALLY) WILKINSON, November 30, 1796, Greensville, VA; b. Sussex, Virginia; d. Guilford, North Carolina.

iv. CATHERINE PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; m. PERDUE; b. Brunswick, Virginia.

v. SALLY PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; m. PHILLIP JEAN; b. November 27, 1762, Brunswick, Virginia.

vi. NANCY PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; m. GEORGE MCKENNEY; b. Brunswick, Virginia.

vii. WYATT PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; m. RHUHAMER BANNER; b. August 23, 1778, Stokes, Virginia.

viii. JENSEY PEEBLES, b. August 7, 1754, Brunswick, Virginia; m. BENJAMIN WOODROOF, December 31, 1793, Greensville, Virginia.

ix. DRURY PEEBLES, b. May 2, 1757, Brunswick, Virginia; d. July 13, 1825, Guilford, North Carolina; m. LUCY WILBURN, December 22, 1779, Brunswick, Virginia; b. August 7, 1754; d. July 12, 1825.

x. NATHANIEL J. PEEBLES, b. September 5, 1763, Brunswick, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH FOSTER; b. January 14, 1771, Brunswick, Virginia.

23. HUBBARD6 PEEBLES (JEHU5, DAVID4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born April 1745 in Brunswick, Virginia. He married AMY ROBINSON. She was born 1750 in Brunswick, Virginia.

Children of HUBBARD PEEBLES and AMY ROBINSON are:

i. EDWARD ROBINSON7 PEEBLES, b. Brunswick, Virginia; m. POLLY BRUCE, July 14, 1794, Guilford, North Carolina; b. Guilford, North Carolina.

ii. ELIZABETH FOSTER PEEBLES, b. January 14, 1771, Brunswick, Virginia; m. NATHANIEL PEEBLES, February 12, 1788, Guilford, North Carolina; b. September 5, 1763, Brunswick, Virginia.

24. MARY6 PEEBLES (DAVID5, DAVID4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born Bet. 1752 - 1753 in Brunswick, Virginia. She married THOMAS MASSEY. He was born Bet. 1738 - 1740 in Rockingham/Brunswick, NC/Va.

Children of MARY PEEBLES and THOMAS MASSEY are:

i. DAVID PEEBLES7 MASSEY, b. 1770, Rockingham, North Carolina.

ii. ELIZABETH MASSEY, b. June 21, 1772, Rockingham, North Carolina; m. SAMPSON LANIER; b. November 3, 1770, Pitt, North Carolina.

iii. NATHAN MASSEY, b. 1774, Rockingham, North Carolina; m. (1) ELIZABETH PEEBLES; b. 1781, North Carolina; m. (2) SARAH WORKS; b. 1778, North Carolina.

iv. REUBEN MASSEY, b. 1781, Rockingham, North Carolina; m. (1) SOPHIA ALLEN; b. 1785, Rockingham, North Carolina; m. (2) ELIZABETH WOMACK; b. 1785, Rockingham, North Carolina; m. (3) SUSAN ANDREWS; b. 1785, North Carolina.

v. LINDSAY MASSEY, b. 1783, North Carolina.

vi. MARY (POLLY) MASSEY, b. August 9, 1783, Rockingham, North Carolina; m. JOSIAH WOMACK; b. March 26, 1771, Caswell, North Carolina.

vii. AMY MASSEY, b. 1787, North Carolina.

viii. JANE MASSEY, b. 1789, North Carolina.

ix. LUCY MASSEY, b. 1791, North Carolina.

25. LEWIS6 PEEBLES (ABRAHAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)1 was born 1731 in Princh George Va.1, and died Aft. 1830 in Henry Co. Ala.1. He married (1) ELIZABETH1 WFT Est. 1749-17901. She was born in South Carolina, and died Aft. 1840 in Henry Co Ala.1. He married (2) UNKNOWN1 WFT Est. 1748-17831. She was born WFT Est. 1725-17511, and died WFT Est. 1777-18201.

Children of LEWIS PEEBLES and ELIZABETH are:

i. WILLIAM7 PEEBLES1, b. 1783, Kershaw S.C. Sumter Co.1; d. 1872, Henry Co Ala.1; m. ELIZABETH COXWELL BLANKENSHIP1, WFT Est. 1800-1830, S.C. Kerhaw1; b. 1784, S.C.1; d. 1852, Henry Co Ala.1.

ii. ISHAM PEEBLES1, b. 1779, Kershaw S.C. Sumter Co.1; d. 18311; m. WINNY TAYLOR1, WFT Est. 1796-18221; b. WFT Est. 1775-17941; d. WFT Est. 1796-18691.

Children of LEWIS PEEBLES and UNKNOWN are:

iii. JOHN7 PEEBLES1, b. 17631; d. 18491.

iv. DAVID PEEBLES1, b. 17671; d. 18561.

v. LEWIS PEEBLES1, b. 17701; d. 18301.

vi. SAMPSON PEEBLES1, b. 17721; d. 18001; m. LOCKHART1, 17921; b. WFT Est. 1755-17791; d. WFT Est. 1796-18501.

vii. EPHRAM PEEBLES1, b. 17751; d. 18221.

26. WILLIAM6 PEEBLES (ABRAHAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born in Kershaw, South Carolina.

Children of WILLIAM PEEBLES are:

i. WILLIAM7 PEEBLES, b. North Carolina.

ii. MARGARET PEEBLES.

iii. JOHN PEEBLES.

iv. HENRY PEEBLES, d. 1786; m. SARAH LEE.

v. CORNELIA PEEBLES.

27. JOHN6 PEEBLES III (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1730 in Surry County, Virginia, and died 1825 in Wake County, North Carolina. He married (1) AGNES BARKER 1750 in Surry County, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1728, and died Abt. 1765 in Wake County, North Carolina. He married (2) WINIFRED ROBERTSON Abt. 1790 in Wake County, North Carolina, daughter of JOHN ROBERTSON and AMY TEMPLE. She died Abt. 1803 in Wake County, North Carolina. He married (3) LAVINIA HORTON 1805 in Wake County, North Carolina, daughter of AMOS HORTON and VIRGINIA PEEBLES. She was born 1781 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died 1860 in Wake County, North Carolina.

Notes for JOHN PEEBLES III:

Happy to comply with your request for information regarding Lemuel Peebles from Ann Bradbury Peebles' book:

p. 109

John Peebles, 3rd, youngest son of John 2nd, according to tradition, married three times. The name of his first wife is not known and little information regarding any children from this marriage, if there were any.

In 1780 John married Winifred Robertson (1755-ante Nov., 1808), daughter of John and Ann Robertson of Wake County, North Carolina. John Robertson's will gives the names of Winifred's six children:

Rebecca - b. ante 1790; m. May 4, 1807 to Samuel Harris--children- Louise, Howlin and Harrison.

Sarah - m. October 28, 1807 to Theophilus Dean.

Charlotte (Lotta) - b. post 1790; m. March 14, 1818 to Henry Lassiter, children-

Sutherland and Loffie Lassister.

Faithey B. - m. January 17, 1816 to Matthew B. Jones.

*John (4th)

Winifred - b. ante 1800; m. May 5, 1818 to James Chapman, witnessed by S. H.

Pullen. Moved to Pickens County

[*John (4th) is the person from whom I descend. He is the John Peebles who initially settled in Pickens County--near Benevola/King's Store/Mitchell Cemetery. His wife, Elizabeth King Peebles, is buried in a marked grave in the Mitchell Cemetery.

His grave is unmarked, but according to tradition is also buried in Mitchell.]

John Peebles (3rd) married next ante 1805 to Lavinia Viney Horton (1781--ante 1860). John Peebles' will was probated in 1825. To this union were born nine children:

Alse C. - m. November 21, 1826 to Willie Powell.

Martha (Patsy) H. - m. March 16, 1826 to Richard M. Whittenton.

Elizabeth (Betsy) T. - m. July 9, 1825 to L(ittle) John Taylor.

Mary R. - m. March 9, 1830 to Turner Powell.

Cynthia C. - m. August 2, 1836 to Kimbrough Kelly;

Lemuel B.

Jesse W.

Minerva Ann Jane - m. December, 1844 to Charles H. Horton.

Joseph A.

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Lemuel B. Peebles (b. 1813), eldest son of third wife of John (3rd), Lavinia Horton. Lemuel never married. In the 1870 Census he is shown in Greene County, Alabama, near Union, and was regarded as a prosperous planter. He and his next older brother Jesse W. sold in Wake County, North Carolina in 1857 to their next older brother, Joseph A., 459 1/2 acres on Powell Creek. Lemuel moved to Greene County.

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Hope this helps you.

Take care,

David

Child of JOHN PEEBLES and WINIFRED ROBERTSON is:

i. JOHN7 PEEBLES IV, b. Abt. 1796, Wake County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1845, Pickens County, Alabama; m. ELIZABETH ORREN KING, Abt. 1820, Wake County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1802, Orange County, North Carolina; d. 1835, Pickens County, Alabama.

Notes for JOHN PEEBLES IV:

ate: 3/3/99 10:02:22 PM Central Standard Time

From: DWH1968

To: Anrkee

Hi Scott,

Please forgive my disappearance! Grandmother, with whom I share a house, has been a bit "under the weather" lately, and has required several trips to the doctor in Tuscaloosa.

I leave next week for an English conference in St. Louis, where I am to read a paper. I have been spending spare time brushing up the paper, and re-reading source material...with the hope of being able to dodge any questions about my research!

Let me supply some information here:

John Peebles, IV was the first Peebles to purchase land and live in Pickens County. He and his wife, Elizabeth Orren King Peebles, were both born in Wake County, NC. John is believed to have been born in 1796, son of John and Winifred Robertson Peebles. The area in North Carolina from which John came is north of Raleigh near the Neuse River; the landscape is not unlike the area in southeast Pickens County near the Sipsey River where the family settled in the early 1830s.

Elizabeth Orren King is believed to have been born in Orange County, NC.

The couple had five children, all born in Wake County, NC.

The first land John Peebles purchased, according to federal land grant records, was made on December 18, 1832. Other land purchases were made on November 13, 1833, June 25, 1834, and December 13, 1836.

Elizabeth Orren King Peebles died in 1835, according to sketchy family records, and is thought be buried in the Mitchell Cemtery in Benevola (Pickens County). No death date in known for John Peebles, but he is not listed on the 1850 census. No grave in Mitchell Cemtery is marked for John, but the late Emory Peebles Hildreth, John's great-granddaughter, always maintained that he was buried there. With the exception of William Battle Peebles, who is buried in Old Bethany Cemetery near Vienna, all of the couple's other children are also buried in Mitchell Cemetery.

The couple's children were:

1. Orren Robert (b. Jan. 1, 1821, m. Mary Anne Lucius; d. December 15, 1887)

2. John Vester (b. May 13, 1822; m. (1) Mary C. Woolfolk, (2) Louise Hood;

d. Jan. 14, 1871)

3. William Battle (b. March 19, 1824; m. (1) Elizabeth Jane Harris*, (2) Bettie Cox;

d. Aug. 31, 1884)

4. Hawkins (b. Aug. 22, 1828; m. J. William Curry; d. July 21, 1912)

5. Elizabeth Cornelia ("Neely") (b. May 10, 1830; m. David G. Hood; d. July 13,

1920)

*Grandmother, Betty Peebles King, has extensive records on the Harris family, many of whom lived at Vienna.

William Battle Peebles, born in Wake County, NC on March 19, 1824), was poorly educated (only attended school for twelve months) but highly industrious, with "energy and hands willing to work" (Emory Peebles Hildreth). He eventually became a successful merchant in Vienna. (We have newspaper accounts of his success as a merchant.)

As a teenager, William Battle cut saw logs at Fench's Ferry (on the Warrior River); then learned the blacksmith trade, which he practiced for several years; then he learned the daguerrotype business. Later he worked in Arkansas for six months, and then returned to Alabama to be employed as an overseer for James Carpenter of Greene County. At age twenty, he entered the merchantile business in Vienna, and remained in that business until his death forty years later.

On April 13, 1859, when he was thirty-five years old and established in business, he married Elizabeth Jane Harris, daughter of Owen Slaughter Harris and the former Polly B. Ricks. Elizabeth Jane Harris was born on October 22, 1837.

On April 6, 1860, the couple's first child, Emory Battle Peebles, was born in Vienna. Two years later (April 11, 1862), a daughter, Mary Ella, was born.

In the fall of 1862, William Battle Peebles joined the Confederate Army and was a member of Captain Hugh Summerville's Company G, 40th Alabama Regiment. Very little information has been located about his service in the Confederate Army, but upon his discharge at Demopolis, he returned to his family and business.

On January 18, 1865, third child, William Barnabas Peebles, who with his brother, Emory Battle, who eventually succeed their father in the merchantile business, was born. Two stillborn births followed in 1867 and 1869, respectively.

In 1871, nine year old Mary Ella died, most like of diptheria (sp?).

On April 6, 1874, Emory Battle's birthday, Elizabeth Jane Harris Peebles died.

In 1883, William Battle Peebles married Bettie Cox, who was born in Birmingham.

William Battle died on August 31, 1884 and is buried in the family plot at Old Bethany Cemetery, where now rest the remains of his entire family.

William Battle's obituary states that he "was in many respects a remarkable man: his friendships strong, his memory tenacious, his judgment good, influenced by a determined will. He was keenly alive to his duties as a citizen....a congenial friend, a kind husband and father."

William Barnabas Peebles, born in Vienna on January 16, 1865, grew up at his father's knee in the merchantile business, and with brother Emory Battle eventually inherited the reportedly successful business.

Both Emory Battle and William Barnabas attended Howard College at Marion, Alabama. William Barnabas completed his work there in 1884, the same year as his father's death. According to Howard College records, he took a variety of courses, including English, French, Latin, chemistry, mathematics and political economy. He was also a member of the social fraternity, Sigma Chi, which according to family lore was his chief interest in college.

On January 15, 1885, he married Bettie Green Darrow, orphaned daughter of William M. and Ophelia Franklin Wilder Darrow. Bettie Green Darrow was born on November 12, 1867.

The union resulted in six children, three of whom lived to adulthood. Sons William Battle (born July 31, 1887), Emory Bush (born April 18, 1889), and Frank Darrow (born July 4, 1892) spent their childhoods living in both Vienna and Columbus, Mississippi, where the family maintained a second home and where the children were educated at the Franklin Academy (which in 1997 still existed, though early records are poor and incomplete).

On February 22, 1904, after a brief illness, Bettie Green Darrow died at the family's Columbus residence. She was buried at Old Bethany Cemetery, Vienna, Alabama.

William Barnabas later married a distant cousin, Annie Laurie Curry, daughter of W. V. Curry.

William Barnabas, according to his obituary, was a "farmer, merchant and financier of notable achievement." He not only ran the merchantile business, but also commissioned the construction of and owned a steamboat, appropriately named "Vienna." He was an active observer of politics and also active as a citizen, supplying the Vienna community with a one-room schoolhouse, Cedar Grove Academy.

His sons, William Battle, Emory Bush and Frank Darrow, were educated at the Marion Military Institute, where each lettered in baseball and football. Emory Bush and Frank Darrow continued their educations at the University of Alabama. Emory Bush lettered and served as quarterback in football, was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and earned a degree in 1910. Frank Darrow lettered in baseball, was also an SAE, served on the student government association, and earned a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1913. Emory Bush and Frank Darrow pursued business careers in Mobile and Decatur, Alabama, respectively. After the three brothers sold the land they inherited in Vienna (10,500 acres), William Battle was the only one to remain in Pickens County. He was an Aliceville farmer until his death in 1963.

William Barnabas Peebles died on January 22, 1915 of what was described in the newspaper as an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound suffered while he was attemtping to cross a fence at his Vienna plantation. There is some family speculation that his death was not accidental. He was buried in the family plot at Old Bethany Cemetery in Vienna.

(NOTE: I have extensive information on Emory Battle and William Barnabas Peebles, their children, grandchildren, etc. My great-grandfather was William Battle (II). I will be happy to fill in this material and send copies of photographs in the (hopefully!) near future. I have recently acquired a number of photographs from a Marion Military Institute yearbook and from the archives of the University of Alabama of William Battle (II), Emory Bush and Frank Darrow.

By the way, the steamboat "Vienna" sunk in the Tombigbee River in the early 1900s, but has been located and raised. A gentleman in Columbus was responsible for it being raised and is donated what is left of the boat to the Aliceville Museum. I recently saw an unorganized bundle of lumber and a fire box from the boat, already on display at the museum. I have one photograph of it. Will Peebles has another photo (better than the one I have) and my cousin, E. B. Peebles, Jr. of Mobile has a painting of the Vienna, which he had done from photographs. I hope to acquire a photograph of the painting in the near future. I haven't seen the painting, but understand that it is quite good.

Sorry to load you down with all of this, but thought you might be interested in having all of this. Please feel free to offer amendments, corrections, etc. to whatever you feel might be in error. Most of what is here is what I wrote for the recently published HISTORY OF PICKENS COUNTY.

One major source was my cousin, the late Mrs. Emory Peebles Hildreth, daughter of Emory Battle and great-aunt of Ted Sisty (who has most of Em's papers and has loaned me several documents), who lived in Eutaw. She was a treasure, and I am glad to have a number of her papers. By chance, did you know her? She, in her own right, was an interesting person. In the early 1920s, she served as a Presbyterian missionary in Breathitt County, Kentucky, where she taught for two years at the Highland School. Before she had to move into a nursing home in Spanish Fort, she was working on an autobiography detailing these years in southwest Kentucky. She fortunately turned over her incomplete and sketchy manuscript to a friend in Eutaw, Jananne Wilson, who has written an interesting biography. Mrs. Wilson is revising her manuscript of several hundred pages and is in search of a publisher. I have enjoyed getting to know Mrs.Wilson and helping fill her in some of the family data about Em.

Well, enough of this....take care and let me hear from you when you have the time.

Thanks again for all the information you forwarded to me. I look forward to communicating with you further.

David H.

John Peebles IV, born about 1796, in North Carolina. He married January 12, 1820, in Wake County, to Elizabeth Orren King. John Peebles IV died about 1850 and was buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Pickens County, Alabama. Their children were:

Orren Robert Peebles - born January 1, 1821, in Wake County. He married September 18, 1850, in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama to Mary Anne Lucius. Orren Robert Peebles died December 15, 1887, at Pleasant Grove, Pickens County and was buried at Mitchell Cemetery. Their children were: Orella A. Peebles (1851-1928) married James Monroe Jay; Elizabeth M. Peebles (1852-1941) married rRiley C. Jones; Lucius Belton Peebles (1856-1864); John Orren Peebles (1858-1940) married Alice Lillian Haney; William L. Peebles (1860-1944) married Florence Powers; David Shafer Peebles (1862-1937) married Nettie Maddox; Mary E. Peebles (1865-1933); Robert O. Peebles (ca 1867-1930).

John Vester Peebles - born May 13, 1822, in Wake County. He married (1) about 1847, in Pickens County to Mary C. Woolfolk; (2) September 8, 1865, in Pickens County to Louisa Frances Hood. John Vester Peebles died January 14, 1871, and was buried in Mitchell Cemetery. Their children were: Frances Elizabeth Peebles (1847-1859); Mary Ella Peebles (1859-1904) married Lum Bailey; John Thomas Peebles (1854-1857); Martha Peebles *1858-1871); Joseph Peebles (1861-1861); Vester R. Peebles (1866-1887).

William Battle Peebles - born March 19, 1824, in Wake County. He married (1) April 13, 1859, in Pickens County to Elizabeth Jane Harris, daughter of Owen S. and Polly B. (Ricks) Harris, (2) 1883, to Betty Cox. William Battle Peebles died August 3, 1884, at Vienna, Pickens County and was buried at Old Bethany Cemetery near Vienna. Children by Elizabeth Jane Harris were: Emory Battle Peebles (1860-1895) married Mamie Eliza Bonner; Mary Ella Peebles (1862-1871); William Barnabas Peebles (1865-1915) married (1) Betty Green Darrow, (2) Annie Laurie Curry; Infant son Peebles (1867-1867); Infant daughter Peebles (1869-1869).

Hawkins Peebles - born August 22, 1828, in Wake County. She married about 1845, to William M. Curry. Hawkins Curry died July 21, 1912, and was buried in Mitchell Cemetery. Their children were: Martha E. Curry (1847-1926) married Andra P. Powell; Robert B. Curry (1850-1922) married Hassie H. Kirk; William Vester Curry (1852-1933) married (1) Kate Weston Jones, (2) Minter Hancock; George M. Curry (1855-1931) married Betty Teer; Theodosia Curry (ca 1858- ca 1870); Mary E. "Mollie" Curry (1860-1925) married James A. Clayton; Maggie Curry (1862-1929) married Kirk Clayton; John Samuel Curry (1886) married Nancy Ella Hudgins.

Elizabeth Cornelia Peebles - born May 10, 1830, in Wake County. She married David G. Hood. Neely Hood, died July 13, 1920, and was buried in Mitchell Cemetery. Their children were: Margaret J. E. Hood (1851-1862); Ella Hood; James Samuel Hood (1855-1925); Sallie Hood (1859-1887); Jessie Giles Hood (1860-1940; Betty Hood (1863-1927); Georgia Emma Hood (1864-1875); Daughter Hood (1864-1927) married Armistead L. Boone; Mattie A. Hood (1866-1875); Willie Hood (1868-1875); Infant son Hood (1871-1871).

Child of JOHN PEEBLES and LAVINIA HORTON is:

ii. LEMUEL B.7 PEEBLES2, b. Abt. 1813, Wake County, North Caroline2; d. WFT Est. 1846-1937, Greene County, Alabama; m. MARGARET FERGUSON2, WFT Est. 1841-1893, Greene County, Alabama2; b. Abt. 18202; d. WFT Est. 1846-1942, Greene County, Alabama2..

28. MARY6 PEEBLES (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born January 28, 1739/40 in Surry County, Virginia, and died 1810 in Brunswick County, Virginia. She married JOHN COLLIER III3, son of JOHN COLLIER and SARAH HORTON. He was born in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died 1805 in Greenville Co, VA3.

Child of MARY PEEBLES and JOHN COLLIER is:

i. MARY ELIZABETH7 COLLIER4, b. 1794, North Carolina4; d. 1876, Leatherwood Creek, Stewart County, Tennessee4; m. ELIJAH J. STAVELY4, WFT Est. 1809-1837, North Carolina4; b. 1790, North Carolina4; d. Abt. 1855, Leatherwood Creek, Stewart County, Tennessee4.

Notes for ELIJAH J. STAVELY:

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 23, Ed. 1, Tree #0720, Date of Import: Jun 19, 1999]

Some accounts say Eli came from South Carolina.

Eli and his wife had 15 or more children..

29. VIRGINIA SAWREY6 PEEBLES (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born May 20, 1742 in Surry County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1790 in Wake County, North Carolina. She married (1) WILLIAM TOOKE Abt. 1760. He died Abt. 1763. She married (2) WILLIAM EZELL Abt. 1765. He was born Abt. 1740, and died Abt. 1766. She married (3) AMOS HORTON II March 25, 1767 in Brunswick County, Virginia, son of AMOS HORTON and SARAH PEEBLES. He was born 1735 in Surry County, Virginia, and died August 1822 in Wake County, North Carolina.

Notes for AMOS HORTON II:

Amos Horton's Revolutionary Service is documented by only one reference to his command, in a 1785 payment by the State of South Carolina to a veteran who claimed service under a Capt. Amos Horton in Col. John Marshall's regiment.

This entry is for payment by the State of South Carolina for claims growing out of the Revolution. This appears in Stub Entries to Indents, Issued in Payment of Claims Against South Carolina Growing out of the Revolution, Books Y-Z, edited by A. S. Salley, Jr., Secretary of the Historical Commission of South Carolina, printed by The Historical Commission of South Carolina, by the State Company, Columbia, S. C., 1927. The specific reference is found on page 65 of this publication as "No. 352, Lib Y, Issued 26 Nov. 1785 to Mr. Jno. Fagon…"

Children of VIRGINIA PEEBLES and WILLIAM TOOKE are:

i. JOHN7 TOOKE, b. Abt. 1761.

ii. REBECCA TOOKE, b. Abt. 1762, Wake County, North Carolina; m. JESSE JONES, January 21, 1812, Wake County, North Carolina.

Children of VIRGINIA PEEBLES and AMOS HORTON are:

iii. DRURY7 HORTON, b. 1768, Brunswick County, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH WALL, February 17, 1784, Wake County, North Carolina.

iv. SARAH HORTON, b. 1770, Brunswick County, Virginia; d. 1821, Wake County, North Carolina; m. JOHN WESLEY SCARBROUGH I, December 2, 1788, Wake County, North Carolina; b. 1764, Virginia; d. 1850, Wake County, North Carolina.

v. JESSE HORTON II, b. January 7, 1773, Hanging Rock, Lancaster District, South Carolina5; d. August 2, 1850, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama5; m. (1) BETSY FOWLER, January 13, 1798, Wake County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1778; d. October 22, 1798, Wake County, North Carolina.; m. (2) SARAH ELIZABETH CHAMBLEE, March 15, 1799, Wake County, North Carolina; b. 1777, Wake County, North Carolina; d. March 17, 1862, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama5.

Notes for JESSE HORTON II:

In 1800, the Jesse Horton household in Wake County, NC, consisted of Jesse, Sarah, Jane Emeline, and a young gentleman 16-26 years old, possibly one of Jesse's or Sarah's brothers. At this time Jesse owned no slaves. This same year Jesse served as the administrator of the estate of Isaac Chamblee his father-in-law, who died intestate that year. Jesse received 36 acres "in right of his wife."

In 1816 Jesse Horton was taxed for 259 3/4 acres (probably someone else's) plus 919 acres. In 1817 and 1818 he was taxed for only the 919 acres. In 1819 his taxable acreage was 1,161, as it was in 1820, plus 4 slaves.

In 1821 Jesse was taxed for 1,331 acres and 5 slaves. During this year Jesse served as executor of the estate of his deceased father Amos Horton (Jr.). According to the will of Amos Horton, written March 28, 1821 and was probated August 18 of that year. Jesse received "all my lands on the north side of the Road, by his paying Drury Horton $50, and also two negros Barn and Eady." This will, of which Jesse was executor, was probated in August 1822. In 1822 Jesse was not listed in the tax lists, having moved to Alabama, but in 1823-25 his brother Hartwell was taxed "for Jesse Horton" several hundred acres of land. Jesse had taken his slaves to Alabama. According to family sources, Jesse moved his family to Blount County, Alabama, in 1822. His youngest daughter, Eliza, was born in 1823 there in Blount County. Other Hortons settled in Blount County and Jesse may have simply stayed there until Sarah delivered and was able to travel to move on to Greene County.

In 1824 the Jesse Horton family, including 8 slaves, moved to Greene County, Alabama, settling in the vicinity of Pleasant Ridge in the northeastern corner of the county. Jesse appeared on the tax lists of Wake County, North Carolina, until 1822 when he possibly moved to Blount County, Alabama. In late 1825 Jesse travelled back to Wake County to sell the remainder of his land and settle his affairs in that state, concluding two land sales in January 1826.

The 1830 Census of Greene County, Alabama, lists Jesse Horton with three sons (Jesse Habbord, 11, William, 18, and John D., 16) and three daughters (Elizabeth M., Mariah, and MaryAnn Rebecca) with his wife Sarah. Jesse owned 19 slaves at this time.

On December 1, 1830, Jesse acquired 79.87 acres of land in Pleasant Ridge through the Tuscaloosa Land Office. Jesse purchased 320 acres from David Scott and Edward Sims on August 4, 1831 for $1600. On January 10, 1832, he acquired 158.67 more acres nearby. Jesse gained 40.03 acres through the Tuscaloosa Office on March 30, 1837. Later that year, on August 18, Jesse purchased 235 acres from Albert, Hamilton, Mary, and Sarah McGowen for $2000.

In 1840 the Jesse Horton household consisted of Jesse, Sarah, William and his wife Marcia, and a boy 5-10 years old, possibly George Washington Horton, son of Elizabeth and John Henry. Jesse owned 23 slaves this year. On March 2 of this year Jesse purchased land from his son-in-law George W. Rives, husband of daughter Candice.

On April 21, 1841 Jesse purchased 285 acres from the Achilles Edwards' estate for $1650. In June of 1847 Jesse conveyed through "natural love and affection" 240 acres along with three Negro slaves: Abe, 24, Harriet, 20, and Esther, 14 to his daughter Candice, wife of George W. Rives. These were put in a trust, with son John D. as trustee, for the life of Candice. The proceeds of these properties were to be conveyed to Candice or her heirs. Apparently about this time George and Candice moved to Morehouse Parish, Louisiana, and Jesse felt some need to provide for her.

By 1850, all the children were gone, and Jesse and Sarah lived on their plantation with 25 slaves, 13 of whom were of age to be field hands. In the 1850 U.S. Census Agricultural Returns, Jesse Horton is shown with the following, the yearly production for 1849:

Land: 300 acres improved, 360 ac. unumproved, total value $7,980.00. (tot.660a)

Equiptment: $315;

Livestock: 5 horses, 3 mules, 11 milk cows, 4 oxen, 26 other cattle, 35 sheep,

95 swine, total livestock value: $1.120.00

Produce: 2,000 bu corn, 511 bu oats, 18 bales cotton, 50 lb wool, 50 bu peas,

10 bu potatoes, 350 bu yams (sweet potatoes), 150 lb butter, 200 lb

honey.

Estate of Jesse Horton, Greene County, Alabama: enumeration of heirs--

Jesse Horton departed this life in 1850, leaving:

his widow Sarah Horton, and the following children heirs, to wit:

Elizabeth Slaughter, widow of John Slaughter, deceased,

Therza, wife of John Bridges,

Rebecca, wife of Raleigh Brewer

who reside in the State of Alabama (?Mississippi)

Also,

Maria, wife of Henry Edwards,

Molsey, widow of Littleberry King,

John D., &

Wm Horton,

who reside in Greene County, Alabama

Emiline E., wife of Benj. Bolton,

Dianah Bonds, wife of A. Bonds,

Sarah A., wife of James Massey, &

Wm L. Jones,

of whom are the grandchildren, and heirs of

Jane Jones, a Deceased Daughter

who reside in Franklin County, Alabama

and

Eliza, wife of Wm Buntin &

Candice, wife of George W. Rives,

who reside in Moorehouse Parish, Louisiana, and all of whom are

lawful heirs.

The tombstone of Jesse Horton, in the Horton Cemetery in Pleasant Ridge, reads thus: "For the last 30 years of his life he was a faithful member of the Baptist Church."

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH CHAMBLEE:

Estate of Sarah Horton, Widow of Jesse Horton

Administered 1862 by John D. Horton

Sarah Horton died on or about April 17, 1862, leaving following heirs:

John D. Horton

William Horton

Maria, wife of Henry Edwards

Molsey, widow of Berry King

(all of Greene County, Alabama)

Also:

Elizabeth, widow of John Slaughter, of Leake County, Mississippi

Therza, wife of John Bridges, of Hamburg, Ashley County, Arkansas

Eliza Miller, of age near Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas,

heirs of Jane Jones, deceased, living in Franklin County, ALabama, now in lines of Federal Army:

Sarah A., wife of James Massey

William L. Jones

Dianan, wife of A. Bonds

heirs of Emeline E.,deceased, wife of Benjamin Bolton

Jane, wife of __ Hester

Jesse A. Bolton, age abt 26

Drusilla Bolton, age abt 22

Eliza Ann Bolton, age abt 20

John Bolton, age abt 18, &

Mary Bolton, age abt 8

who reside in Franklin County, Alabama.

heirs of Candice, deceased, living in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas:

Virginia Rives, wife of Rogers

Sarah Rives, age abt 16

Mary Rives, age abt 14

John L. Rives, age abt 7

other children, not named

heirs of Rebecca, deceased, wife of Raleigh Brewer, living in Pickens County, Alabama:

Jesse Brewer, age abt 20

Raleigh Brewer, Jr., age abt 14

Burrel Brewer, age abt 10

Alice Brewer, age abt 8 &

John Brewer, age abt 4,

living with their father Raleigh Brewer in Pickens County,

Alabama.

vi. AREADY HORTON, b. 1775, Hanging Rock, Lancaster District, South Carolina; m. FREEMAN.

vii. HARTWELL HORTON, b. Abt. 1778, Wake County, North Carolina; d. January 24, 1845, Wake County, North Carolina; m. NANCY VADEN6, January 8, 1798, Wake County, North Carolina6; b. 1778, Wake County, North Carolina6; d. Abt. 1824, Wake County, North Carolina6.

viii. SAMUEL HORTON, b. 1780, Lancaster District, South Carolina.

ix. LAVINIA HORTON, b. 1781, Wake County, North Carolina; d. 1860, Wake County, North Carolina; m. JOHN PEEBLES III, 1805, Wake County, North Carolina; b. 1730, Surry County, Virginia; d. 1825, Wake County, North Carolina.

Notes for JOHN PEEBLES III:

Happy to comply with your request for information regarding Lemuel Peebles from Ann Bradbury Peebles' book:

p. 109

John Peebles, 3rd, youngest son of John 2nd, according to tradition, married three times. The name of his first wife is not known and little information regarding any children from this marriage, if there were any.

In 1780 John married Winifred Robertson (1755-ante Nov., 1808), daughter of John and Ann Robertson of Wake County, North Carolina. John Robertson's will gives the names of Winifred's six children:

Rebecca - b. ante 1790; m. May 4, 1807 to Samuel Harris--children- Louise, Howlin and Harrison.

Sarah - m. October 28, 1807 to Theophilus Dean.

Charlotte (Lotta) - b. post 1790; m. March 14, 1818 to Henry Lassiter, children-

Sutherland and Loffie Lassister.

Faithey B. - m. January 17, 1816 to Matthew B. Jones.

*John (4th)

Winifred - b. ante 1800; m. May 5, 1818 to James Chapman, witnessed by S. H.

Pullen. Moved to Pickens County

[*John (4th) is the person from whom I descend. He is the John Peebles who initially settled in Pickens County--near Benevola/King's Store/Mitchell Cemetery. His wife, Elizabeth King Peebles, is buried in a marked grave in the Mitchell Cemetery.

His grave is unmarked, but according to tradition is also buried in Mitchell.]

John Peebles (3rd) married next ante 1805 to Lavinia Viney Horton (1781--ante 1860). John Peebles' will was probated in 1825. To this union were born nine children:

Alse C. - m. November 21, 1826 to Willie Powell.

Martha (Patsy) H. - m. March 16, 1826 to Richard M. Whittenton.

Elizabeth (Betsy) T. - m. July 9, 1825 to L(ittle) John Taylor.

Mary R. - m. March 9, 1830 to Turner Powell.

Cynthia C. - m. August 2, 1836 to Kimbrough Kelly;

Lemuel B.

Jesse W.

Minerva Ann Jane - m. December, 1844 to Charles H. Horton.

Joseph A.

Page 111

Lemuel B. Peebles (b. 1813), eldest son of third wife of John (3rd), Lavinia Horton. Lemuel never married. In the 1870 Census he is shown in Greene County, Alabama, near Union, and was regarded as a prosperous planter. He and his next older brother Jesse W. sold in Wake County, North Carolina in 1857 to their next older brother, Joseph A., 459 1/2 acres on Powell Creek. Lemuel moved to Greene County.

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Hope this helps you.

Take care,

David.

 

30. DAVID6 MERRYMAN (HANNAH5 PEEBLES, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born December 22, 1742 in Amelia, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH PATTERSON. She was born August 18, 1749 in Amelia, Virginia.

Children of DAVID MERRYMAN and ELIZABETH PATTERSON are:

i. MARTHA7 MERRYMOON, b. December 6, 1768, Northampton, North Carolina.

ii. BENJAMIN MERRYMOON, b. August 3, 1771, Northampton, North Carolina; m. RACHEL DICKS; b. March 21, 1788, Guilford, North Carolina.

iii. JESSE MERRYMOON, b. August 5, 1773, Northampton, North Carolina; m. LURANA HICKS; b. Northampton, North Carolina.

iv. ELIZABETH MERRYMOON, b. July 31, 1775, Northampton, North Carolina.

v. JOHN MERRYMOON, b. February 1, 1778, Northampton, North Carolina; m. RUTH LAMB; b. 1781, North Carolina.

vi. PETER MERRYMOON, b. December 7, 1778, Northampton, North Carolina; m. DOROTHY HARMON; b. December 16, 1786, North Carolina.

vii. JOSHUA MERRYMOON, b. August 19, 1783, Northampton, North Carolina.

viii. EDMUND MERRYMOON, b. May 13, 1785, Northampton, North Carolina; m. SARAH (STANTON) TAYLOR; b. 1786.

ix. DAVID HARMON MERRYMOON, b. October 20, 1786, Northampton, North Carolina; m. SUSANNAH CURRELL; b. 1788.

x. PRICILLA MERRYMOON, b. May 8, 1790, Northampton, Virginia; m. RICHARD HARMON; b. December 7, 1785.

31. MARGARET (PEGGY)6 MERRYMOON (HANNAH5 PEEBLES, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born August 30, 1746 in Amelia, Virginia. She married JEREMIAH REAMS. He was born January 7, 1745/46 in Prince George, Virginia.

Children of MARGARET MERRYMOON and JEREMIAH REAMS are:

i. WILLIAM7 REAMS, b. December 25, 1768, Prince George, Virginia; m. NAOMI VAUGHAN; b. February 8, 1778.

ii. JOHN REAMS, b. December 4, 1770, North Carolina.

iii. HANNAH REAMS, b. January 20, 1773, North Carolina; m. JOHN PIKE; b. 1773.

iv. ELIZABETH REAMS, b. July 22, 1774, North Carolina; m. JACOB LADD; b. July 13, 1767, Virginia.

v. ABIGAIL REAMS, b. January 17, 1775, North Carolina; m. JOHN BROWN; b. October 7, 1770.

vi. MARY REAMS, b. August 2, 1777, North Carolina.

vii. ELIJAH REAMS, b. September 16, 1779, North Carolina; m. SARAH PATTERSON; b. 1779.

viii. JEREMIAH REAMS, b. May 9, 1781, North Carolina; m. DOLLY FOWLER; b. 1781.

ix. OBEDIENCE REAMS, b. January 17, 1783, North Carolina.

x. PETER REAMS, b. May 24, 1786, North Carolina.

32. AMOS6 HORTON II (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1735 in Surry County, Virginia, and died August 1822 in Wake County, North Carolina. He married VIRGINIA SAWREY PEEBLES March 25, 1767 in Brunswick County, Virginia, daughter of JOHN PEEBLES and ELIZABETH CLARK. She was born May 20, 1742 in Surry County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1790 in Wake County, North Carolina.

Notes for AMOS HORTON II:

Amos Horton's Revolutionary Service is documented by only one reference to his command, in a 1785 payment by the State of South Carolina to a veteran who claimed service under a Capt. Amos Horton in Col. John Marshall's regiment.

This entry is for payment by the State of South Carolina for claims growing out of the Revolution. This appears in Stub Entries to Indents, Issued in Payment of Claims Against South Carolina Growing out of the Revolution, Books Y-Z, edited by A. S. Salley, Jr., Secretary of the Historical Commission of South Carolina, printed by The Historical Commission of South Carolina, by the State Company, Columbia, S. C., 1927. The specific reference is found on page 65 of this publication as "No. 352, Lib Y, Issued 26 Nov. 1785 to Mr. Jno. Fagon…"

Children are listed above under (29) Virginia Sawrey Peebles.

33. HENRY6 HORTON I (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)7 was born 1737 in Surrey County, Virginia7, and died 1797 in Camden District, South Carolina7. He married MILLEY Abt. 1765 in Surrey County, Virginia.

Notes for HENRY HORTON I:

1 Henry Horton b: Abt. 1745 in VA.

......... 2 Claiborne H. Horton b: June 27, 1787 d:

March 15, 1837 in Bethesda, Williamson County, TN

............. +Margaret E. Ingram b: Abt. 1797 in SC d:

Abt. 1873 in Williamson County, TN

.................... 3 Henry Hollis Horton I b: April 10, 1811 in

SC d: July 26, 1881 in Mt. Hope, Williamson County, TN

........................ +Rebecca Horton b: 1809 in Williamson

County, TN d: 1849 in TN

.................... 3 Mary Lucinda Horton b: 1813 in SC

.................... 3 Tabitha Jane Horton b: February 14, 1815

in SC d: July 10, 1853 in Motlow Cemetery, TN

........................ +William Everett Horton b: December

26, 1802 in SC d: November 17, 1856 in Franklin County, TN

.................... 3 James Dunwoody Horton b: Abt. 1820

.................... 3 Sarah Ann Horton b: Abt. 1822 d:

Abt. 1871

........................ +Claiborne Johnson

.................... *2nd Husband of Sarah Ann Horton:

....................... +Thomas Giles

.................... 3 Margaret Elizabeth Horton b: Abt. 1823

........................ +William J. Lockridge

.................... 3 John Wesley Horton I b: Abt. 1824

.................... 3 Susan Rebecca Horton b: Abt. 1830 in TN

........................ +Coatsworth T. Logan

.................... 3 Clabon Columbus Horton b: December 23, 1834

in TN d: August 21, 1852 in Bethesda, Williamson County, TN

......... 2 Henry Cato Horton b: July 24, 1794 in Lancaster

District, SC d: Abt. 1867 in Memphis, TN

............. +Elizabeth Elliott Kennedy b: August 12, 1795 in

Fairfield Co, SC d: March 1863 in DeSoto Co., MS

.................... 3 William Henry Horton b: November 10, 1813

in SC

.................... 3 Hilliard Terry Horton b: December 28, 1815

in SC d: November 12, 1837 in Texas

.................... 3 Mary L. Horton b: October 2, 1817 in SC

d: June 30, 1852 in Como, MS

........................ +Robert L. Andrews b: 1807 d:

1865 in MS

.................... 3 Martha Jane Horton b: March 12, 1819 in

SC d: May 12, 1872 in Sardis, MS

........................ +Benjamin W. Morris b: 1812 in NC

.................... 3 Miranda Mildred Horton b: January 2, 1821 in

Camden, SC d: October 14, 1903 in Nashville, TN

........................ +James Boyd Sharpe b: February

8, 1819 in TN d: March 13, 1872 in Memphis, TN

.................... 3 Elizabeth Caroline Horton b: December

8, 1823 in SC d: July 15, 1849

........................ +Frederick Fisher

.................... 3 Claiborne McKendree Horton b: December

20, 1825 in TN d: November 7, 1858 in Memphis, TN

........................ +Malvina Elizabeth Harrison

.................... 3 Sarah "Sallie" Margaret Horton b: January 4,

1827 in Williamson Co, TN d: July 16, 1849 in Panola Co, MS

........................ +James Fletcher Lavender b: in

TN

.................... 3 Susan Rebecca Horton b: June 4, 1829 in TN

....................... +Coatesworth Pinckney Logan

.................... 3 Minerva A. Horton b: 1832 in Williamson

Co, TN d: 1855 in Panola Co, MS

........................ +David O. Andrews

.................... 3 William Halbert Horton b: November 13, 1834

in Williamson Co, TN d: January 30, 1882 in Shelby Co, TN

........................ +Mary E. Scruggs

.................... 3 Francis Marion Horton b: June 10, 1836 in

Williamson County, TN d: October 27, 1837 in Williamson County, TN

................... 3 Amanda Tennessee Horton b: March 19, 1838 in

Williamson Co, TN d: February 4, 1915 in Nashville, TN

........................ +Edward H. East

.................... *2nd Husband of Amanda Tennessee Horton:

 

........................ +David Crockett Ward b: 1834

.................... 3 Francis "Fannie" L.H. Horton b: 1840 in TN

d: 1907

........................ +Samuel S. Spicer

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==== HORTON Mailing List ====

Jackie Perkins-Horton and Perry Horton Listowners

Children of HENRY HORTON and MILLEY are:

i. HENRY7 HORTON II, b. 1770, Lancaster District, South Carolina; d. 1857, Lancaster District, South Carolina; m. RHONDA CATO8,9; b. Abt. 1771, North Carolina10,11; d. WFT Est. 1785-187812,13.

Notes for HENRY HORTON II:

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Hey Hal,

Ran across a family tree in the library in Birminham, AL the other day

that is part of your family. Don't know whether you have it or not but

it don't cost nothing to send so here. How is the planning for the

gathering at Mary Puddin Hill coming. Looking forward to it.

David

 

Descendants of Peter Ivy Voris Horton

 

Generation No. 1

1. PETER IVY VORIS4 HORTON (WILLIAM 3, WILLIAM 2, HENRY 1) was born

1826 in TN, and died in San Bernardino, CA. He married (1) MARY A.

MELTON. He married (2) MARY MELTON Abt. 1869 in Prob. TN.

More About PETER IVY VORIS HORTON:

Burial: Old Pioneer Cemetery, San Bernardino, CA

Children of PETER HORTON and MARY MELTON are:

i.SIDNEY VORIS5 HORTON.

2. ii.BENJAMIN STERLING HORTON, SR., b. January 03, 1861, Greenville,

Hunt, TX; d. January 12, 1945, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Generation No. 2

2. BENJAMIN STERLING5 HORTON, SR. (PETER IVY VORIS 4, WILLIAM 3,

WILLIAM 2, HENRY 1) was born January 03, 1861 in Greenville, Hunt, TX,

and died January 12, 1945 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. He married

MARY CLEMENTINE COVINGTON April 28, 1889 in San Bernardino, San

Bernadino, CA.

Children of BENJAMIN HORTON and MARY COVINGTON are:

i.BENJAMIN STERLING6 HORTON, JR., b. July 15, 1899.

ii.GALVIN E. HORTON.

iii.CORA HORTON.

iv.HARRIET HORTON.

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1800

H635 LANCASTER CO SC HORTON Barben M-032 050 07 30010-11010-00

H635 LANCASTER CO SC HORTON Henry M-032 050 04 20021-20100-04

H635 LANCASTER CO SC HORTON William M-032 050 18 01311-00101-01

1810

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTEN Amos M-252 061 004 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTEN Hollis M-252 061 004 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Abraham M-252 061 004 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Clayburn M-252 061 006 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Henry M-252 061 004 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Michael M-252 061 004 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Westley* M-252 061 006 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON William M-252 061 004 NdRcd

1830

H630 LANCASTER Co SC HORTE William R. M-019 173 083 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Anna M-019 173 079 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Elijah M-019 173 066 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON HARBOD M-019 173 079 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Henry M-019 173 069 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON James M-019 173 079 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Jane M-019 173 083 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Michael M-019 173 083 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Sterling M-019 173 079 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON William M-019 173 083 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON Wylie M-019 173 078 NdRcd

1850

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON H. M-432 854 193 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON H. M-432 854 201 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON J. M-432 854 181 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON J. J. M-432 854 183 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON L. M-432 854 172 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON M. M-432 854 174 NdRcd

H635 LANCASTER Co SC HORTON R. M-432 854 173 NdRcd

ii. HARBOURT HORTON.

34. DANIEL6 HORTON II (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)14 was born May 25, 1740 in Surrey County, Virginia, and died November 1, 1795 in Camden District, South Carolina. He married MARY EZELL III15,16 Abt. 1760 in Surry County, Virginia, daughter of TIMOTHY EZELL II. She was born March 17, 1743/44 in Surry County, Virginia17, and died 1800 in Kershaw District, South Carolina17.

Notes for DANIEL HORTON II:

I have this Daniel as Daniel Horton, III(1775-1854), son of Daniel,

II(1740-1795) and Mary Ezell(1744-1800).

Daniel, III, m. Nidsey (?)(1778-1848). Mary was apparently his 2nd wife,

following the death of Nidsey in 1848.

Daniel, III, and Nidsey had 2 known sons - Jesse(1793-1857), and Wiley

B.(b.1800). The 1840 Census shows a 3rd male, under 16 years of age, who is

unidentified.

Known children of Jesse are: Daniel Ezell(1824); Joseph(1826); Mary(1830);

Sampson L.(1833); and, Elizabeth Ann(1837). There were 6 other children

who are unidentified!

Known children of Wiley are: Mary(1830); John(1836); Twins -Jesse &

Lewis(1838); James(1840); Isaac(1842); Clarissa(1844); and, Sarah

Elizabeth(1846).

Your John W. Horton: Nothing in my database close to him.

Hope this helps, and if you can add to or amend this data, it would be

appreciated.

No warranties, express or implied, as to the validity of this data!!

Garland Horton (ghort@aol.com)

 Children of DANIEL HORTON and MARY EZELL are:

i. LUCY7 HORTON18,19, b. October 12, 1761, Kershaw District, South Carolina20; d. November 27, 1846, Kershaw District, South Carolina.20; m. WILLIAM WILLIAMS20, Abt. 1777, Linches Creek, Kershaw District,South Carolina20; b. March 15, 1753, Ireland20; d. September 23, 1831, Kershaw District, South Carolina20.

ii. MARTHA HORTON21, b. September 25, 176321.

iii. RHODA HORTON22,23, b. April 3, 1767, Kershaw District, South Carolina24; d. March 2, 1852, Chattachoochie County, GA24; m. (1) UNKNOWN O'QUINN25; b. Unknown25; d. Unknown25; m. (2) JOHN O'QUINN I26, October 7, 1790, Kershaw District, South Carolina26; b. June 13, 1755, Halifax County, NC26; d. January 8, 1836, Chattachoochie County, GA26.

iv. JOHN HORTON, b. 1768, Camden District, South Carolina; d. 1819, Kershaw District, South Carolina; m. ELIZABETH.

v. HOWELL HORTON27, b. Abt. 177027.

vi. DANIEL T. HORTON27,28, b. Abt. 1775, South Carolina29,30; d. Abt. January 1854, Stewart County, Georgia.30; m. MARY NIDSEY (?)30, Abt. 1796, Prob. South Carolina30; b. Abt. 1778, South Carolina31,32; d. Abt. 1859, Stewart County, Georgia32.

Notes for DANIEL T. HORTON:

[Brown2.FTW]

History of Stewart County Ga. Vol II by Sara Robertson Dixon pub by A. H. Clark P.O. Box 401 Waycross, Ga 31501 (Ladson Gemealogical Library P.O.Box 258 Vidalia, Ga 30474 #3193...

Page 856 Et Seq.:

"THE DANIEL HORTON FAMILY

Daniel Horton, b. abt 1775;d. abt Jan. 1854; Will probated Mar. 1854; he m. abt 1798, Nidsey ........, b. abt 1778. They were among the well-to-do earliest pioneer settlers, settling on lots no. 159-160 in 23rd district north of Louvale, and he also owned at his death, lot no. 160 in the 33rd district, all the land was adjoining. Daniel Horton owned three slaves in 1850 census. In his will he names Jesse and Wiley B.; grandson Joseph, who was living with him in 1850 census; great-grand-daughter Elizabeth Ann, wife of Alexander Johnston. Daniel stated he had lived with his wife Nidsey, 50 years. There were doubtless other children for whom he had already provided. There was no further record of his wife. They were probably active in organizing of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in 1851 as well as giving land for same and are probably buried there in unmarked graves.

Coming with their parents were their sons Jesse and Wiley B., the 1840 census shows Daniel (E.) with 2, Jesse with 12, and Wiley B. with 9. Living with Daniel (E.) and wife in 1850 was Rhoda O'Quinn,(b.1771). In 1841 he made tax return for Elizabeth Horton as guardian...."

Query: Is Rhoda O'Quinn the grandmother of Daniel E. and the wife, Nidsey, of Daniel V. ??? - O'Quinn was 4 years older than Daniel V....

Looking for information on Daniel Ezell Horton born 1824 in S.C or perhaps

N.C. and moved to Washington county, Ga. and later to Stewart county, Ga.

About the same time there was a Daniel Horton bor about 1775 or 1776 who

had sons Willey and Jesse. Relationship to Daniel Ezell is debatable.

Daniel Ezell Horton married Mary Anne Rebecca Sherman and they had children,

Henry Clay, Monartus Nucomen, Monartus Nucomen(married Frank Jones), Virginia

(married Marin Luther Brown), Caroline (married Zachery Brown), and Mary

Jane (married a Streitman).

vii. MARY HORTON, b. Abt. 1777; m. ROBERT WILLIAMS.

35. JOHN6 HORTON IV (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1746 in Surrey County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1817 in Kershaw District, South Carolina. He married ELIZABETH IVEY Abt. 1766, daughter of HUGH IVEY and ELIZABETH HORTON. She was born Abt. 1748 in Surrey County, Virginia, and died in Kershaw County, South Carolina.

Notes for JOHN HORTON IV:

The children I have for John Horton & Elizabeth Ivey:

Ivy Horton

Adrian Horton

Hardy Horton

Reuben J. Horton

Jesse Horton

Henry E. Horton

Rebecca Horton

I have Jesse Horton married twice. 1st marriage

Elizabeth Middleton Jones 2nd marriage Mary Collins.

He is buried in the old Horton Cemetery in Kershaw Co.,SC

I checked your descendants of Daniel Horton but could not find Jesse.

Is Jesse the son of John & Elizabeth? If not would you know his04222

Children of JOHN HORTON and ELIZABETH IVEY are:

i. HANNAH7 HORTON.

ii. IVEY HORTON.

iii. JANE HORTON, m. HORTON.

iv. JENSEY HORTON.

v. JONATHAN REUBEN HORTON.

vi. REBECCA HORTON.

vii. WILLIAM HORTON, b. Abt. 1768.

viii. ABRAHAM HORTON III33, b. Abt. 1782, Kershaw District, South Carolina34,35; d. Shelby County, Alabama; m. OLIVIA LOVE WELSH36,37, Abt. 1803, South Carolina; b. , Lancaster District, South Carolina37; d. Bef. June 1860, Shelby County, Alabama38,39.

Notes for ABRAHAM HORTON III:

[horton17.FTW]

Old Tuscaloosa Land Office Records and Military Warrants 1821-1855

From register of receipts (does not appear to be a Military Warrant

4/2/1822 Abraham Horton Shelby Co 4 - 22 - 3w

1850 Shelby Co.,AL H/H 78/80 pg. 176

Abraham Horton 68 m farm 200 SC

Olive f 56 f SC

1860 Shelby Co.,AL H/H 400/400 pg. 299

Abraham Horton 75 m Farmer AL

known to have been born in SC

ix. HARDY J. HORTON, b. April 13, 1784, Kershaw County, South Carolina; d. May 17, 1866, Columbian, Shelby County, Alabama; m. MARY POLLY BAKER, Abt. 1805, Kershaw County, South Carolina; b. December 31, 1788; d. February 12, 1870, Columbian, Shelby County, Alabama..

Notes for HARDY J. HORTON:

. Hardy J. HORTON (72)(3) was born on 13 Apr 1784 in Kershaw Co., SC. He

died on 17 May 1866 in Columbiana, AL. He was buried in Old Good Hope

Cemetery.

105. Mary "Polly" BAKER was born on 31 Dec 1788. She died on 12 Feb 1870

in Columbiana, AL. She was buried in Old Good Hope Cemetery. Children

were:

i. Miel J. HORTON(54) (3) was born on 6 Mar 1806 in Kershaw Co., SC. He

died on 4 Feb 1856 in Columbiana, AL. He was buried in Old Good Hope

Methodist.

ii. Malissa HORTON(54) was born about 1807 in Kershaw Co., SC.(35)

iii. Minerva HORTON(54) was born about 1810 in Kershaw Co., SC.

iv. Myrick J. HORTON(54) (3)(73) was born on 25 Jan 1812 in Kershaw Co.,

SC. He died on 15 Jul 1891 in Columbiana, AL. He was buried in Old Good

Hope Methodist.

52 v. Henry Bingham HORTON.

vi. Ira J. HORTON(54) was born on 7 Oct 1816 in Kershaw Co., SC.(74) He

died about 1899 in Randolph Co., AL.

vii. Daniel Asbury HORTON(54) was born about 1822 in Kershaw Co., SC.

(35)

viii. Sarah Elizabeth HORTON(54) was born about 1824 in Kershaw Co., SC.

(35)

ix. Jonathan Hardy HORTON(54) was born about 1825 in Kershaw Co., SC.

(12)

x. Molcy HORTON(54) (3) was born on 15 Mar 1828 in Kershaw Co., SC. She

died on 12 Jan 1897 in Columbiana, AL. She was buried in Old Good Hope

Methodist.

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36. WILLIAM6 HORTON IV (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1)40 was born Abt. 1750 in Surrey County, Virginia41, and died July 18, 1834 in Lancaster District, South Carolina41. He married ELIZABETH BREWER42 Abt. January 1774 in Lancaster County, South Carolina42. She was born Abt. 176042, and died Abt. 1835 in Unknown43.

Notes for WILLIAM HORTON IV:

......... 2 William Horton b: Abt. 1749 in Surrey County, VA d: Abt.

1834 in Lancaster, SC

............. +Elizabeth b: Abt. 1750 in Unknown d: Abt. 1835 in

Unknown

.................... 3 Hollis Horton b: Abt. 1772 in Lancaster, SC

d: December 24, 1828 in Lancaster, SC

.................... 3 Celia Horton b: Abt. 1774 in Lancaster Co, SC

d: Abt. 1860 in Habersham Co, GA

.................... 3 Sterling Horton b: Abt. 1775 in South Carolina

d: October 1, 1836 in Crawford County, GA

.................... 3 Amos Horton III b: Abt. 1778 in Lancaster County,

SC d: May 1860 in Franklin County, TN

.................... 3 Michael Horton b: Abt. 1782 in Lancaster Co, SC

d: June 12, 1862 in Lancaster Co, SC

........................ +Susannah Massey b: Abt. 1785 d: Abt.

1843 in Lancaster Co, SC

............................... 4 Joanna Horton b: 1812

............................... 4 Ranford Horton b: 1814 d: 1864

............................... 4 Sanford Horton b: 1815 d: 1877 in Macon,

GA

............................... 4 Ellen Horton b: 1817

............................... 4 Narcissa Horton b: 1820

............................... 4 Hannah Jane Horton b: 1823 d: 1911

............................... 4 Martha Jane Horton b: 1823

............................... 4 Mary Ann Horton b: 1826 d: 1872

.................... *2nd Wife of Michael Horton:

........................ +Elizabeth Jane Roberts b: 1822 d: 1888 in

Shelby County, Alabama

............................... 4 Queen Elizabeth Horton b: February 6,

1846 in Lancaster Co, SC d: August 23, 1911

............................... 4 Albert Edward Horton b: 1848

............................... 4 Laura E. Hazeltine Horton b: 1851 d:

1923

............................... 4 Susannah Horton b: 1853

............................... 4 Celia Jane Horton b: 1855

............................... 4 Douglas Van Buren M. Horton b: 1858 d:

July 27, 1920

.................... 3 Jane Horton b: Abt. 1784

.................... 3 Susannah Horton b: Abt. 1785 in Lancaster, SC

d: Abt. 1866 in Unknown

.................... 3 William Ransom Horton I b: Abt. 1794 in SC d:

Abt. 1830 in Lancaster Co, SC

80. William Horton, born 1753 in Surrey County, Virginia; died 1834 in Lancaster County,

South Carolina. He married 81. Elizabeth.

81. Elizabeth.

Notes

William Horton resided in Camden District, Lancaster County, South Carolina. It is uncertain who his

parents were. William served in the Revolutionary War as a Captain & lived in Lancaster County

before & after the war. This is the first account of any Hortons in Lancaster County, South Carolina.

Records show that he owned quite a few parcels of land according to an Equity Estate Settlement of

1834 in Lancaster County, South Carolina. ( obtained from Otha Small, 605 Craig Street, Monroe,

North Carolina, 28112-4533

1. 28 acres - granted on the 5th of May, 1806

2. 200 acres - purchased at Sheriff sale on the 24th of November, 1796

3. 32 acres - no details

4. 100 acres - no details

5. 62 acres - no details

Children of William Horton and Elizabeth are:

i. Jane Horton, born 1775 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married James

Deason.

ii. Celia Horton, born 1776 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married Philip

Perry.

iii. William Ranson Horton, born 1778 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died

1834; married Jane Ingram.

iv. Susannah Horton, born 1780 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married

William Baskin in Lancaster County, South Carolina.

v. Henry Cato Horton, born 1781 in Lancaster County, South Carolina.

vi. Michael Horton, born 1782 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married (1)

Elizabeth Jane Roberts; married (2) Susannah Massey.

40

vii. Hollis Horton, born 1784 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died December

24, 1828 in Kershaw County, South Carolina; married Molcy A. Jones.

viii. Amos Horton, born 1786 in Camden, Lancaster County, South Carolina; died

May 1860 in Franklin County, Tennessee; married Sarah Kennedy 1800.

ix. Sterling Horton, born 1788 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died October 01,

1836 in Crawford County, Georgia; married Mary Truesdale November 16, 1808

in South Carolina.

x. Clairborne Horton, born April 10, 1811 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died

July 26, 1881 in Mt. Hope, Williamson County, Tennessee; married Margaret E.

Ingram.

83. Lydia.

Child of Lydia is:

 

41 i. Molcy A. Jones, born 1784; died November 15, 1854; married Hollis Horton. 40. Hollis Horton, born 1784 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died December 24, 1828

in Kershaw County, South Carolina. He was the son of 80. William Horton and 81. Elizabeth. He

married 41. Molcy A. Jones.

41. Molcy A. Jones, born 1784; died November 15, 1854. She was the daughter of 83.

Lydia.

Children of Hollis Horton and Molcy Jones are:

i. Henry Horton, born 1808 in Union County, North Carolina; married Jency.

ii. Harriet Horton, born 1810 in Union County, North Carolina; married Lewis James

Kirkley.

iii. Louisa Horton, born October 12, 1812 in Union County, North Carolina; married

James Riddle.

iv. Hollis H. Horton, born 1814 in Union County, North Carolina.

v. William J. Horton, born 1815 in Union County, North Carolina; married (1)

Milsbury Harrell; married (2) Mary Smith April 20, 1875 in Union County, North

Carolina.

vi. Bartlett J. Horton, born 1818 in South Carolina; married (1) Elizabeth; married (2)

Margaret Mccomb.

vii. Molsey Horton, born 1821 in Union County, North Carolina.

20

viii. Churchill J. Horton, born 1824 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died June 03,

1864 in Cold Harbor, Virginia; married Elizabeth Smith in Anson County, North

Carolina.

ix. Lydia Horton, born 1827 in Union County, North Carolina; married Nelson

Terrell.

x. Elizabeth Charlotte Horton, born May 01, 1829 in Union County, North Carolina;

died September 30, 1907 in Union County, North Carolina; married Robert H.

Smith March 28, 1850 in Union County, North Carolina.

42. John Smith. He married 43. Rebecca Huntly.

43. Rebecca Huntly.

Children of John Smith and Rebecca Huntly are:

 

21  i. Elizabeth Smith, born in Anson County, North Carolina; married Churchill J. Horton

in Anson County, North Carolina.

ii. Mary Smith, married William J. Horton April 20, 1875 in Union County, North

Carolina.

52. Jackson Mills, born WFT Est 1803-1832 in Anson County, NC (Source: Brøderbund

WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #1155, Date of Import: Dec 27, 1996 ); died WFT Est 1857-1917

(Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #1155, Date of Import: Dec 27, 1996 ). He married

53. Mary Carter WFT Est 1844-1876 (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #1155,

Date of Import: Dec 27, 1996 ).

53. Mary Carter, born WFT Est 1812-1835 (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree

#1155, Date of Import: Dec 27, 1996 ); died WFT Est 1857-1923 (Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol.

1, Ed. 1, Tree #1155, Date of Import: Dec 27, 1996 ).

Child of Jackson Mills and Mary Carter is:

 

26 i. William Alexander Mills, born November 13, 1854 in Anson County, NC; died July

26, 1918 in Chesterfield County, SC; married (1) Hattie Lurena Elliot WFT Est

1885-1912.

56. Green Threatt, born in Frank Collins farm Family Cemetery. He married 57. Becky

Stacks.

57. Becky Stacks.

Child of Green Threatt and Becky Stacks is:

 

28 i. Jesse Able Threatt, born 1839; died 1891; married Jennie Stacks in Zoar Church

Pageland, South Carolina.

A typewritten paper found in my mother's files. Author is not cited, and

no date. Probably came from Lancaster Library? Mother can't remember.

It seems that this AMOS son of WM HORTON is the same AMOS who went to TN?

Can anyone confirm?

Sadly, the estate settlement of this William Horton seems to eliminate

Sophia HORTON(?) wife of Vincent Cato and mother of my William H. CATO of

Lancaster County and Williamson County, TN, as a sister of AMOS. No

progress on the relationship between Amos Horton and Wm. H. Cato.

Please let me know if you know of anything wrong in this info, and thanks

for your time.

Best Regards,

Cynthia

Title: Descendants of William Horton of Lancaster District.

"In 1792, according to SC Archives records, William Horton, former

Revolutionary soldier, was living in the Waxhaws, a term often applied

loosely to greater portion of Lancaster County. Lancaster county old deeds

show that in 1793 he bought land on Little Lynches Creek not far from

present Pleasant Plain church. He was living there in 1796. He died there

about 1834 according the Lancaster county Equity records.

The equity records name eight children and a wife named Elizabeth. Of the

children, six survived him. The eight children were Jane, Sely, Susannah,

Michael, William Ransom, Hollis, Sterling, and Amos. The 1800 US Census

record shows that in that year all five of the boys were still in the home

ranging in ages under sixteen to 26 and over. One daughter over 26 was

still in the home. This indicates that by 1800 two of the girls had

already married. William and his wife both over 45 in 1800 were born about

1755.

The Lancaster County records and local Bible and cemetary records are the

sources of the following information, the greater portion being from

Lancaster court records.

When William Horton died and his estate was settled his wife received one

third.

The remaining two thirds was divided into eight parts, the following

children or grandchildren each receiving his share.

1. Jane Horton married ____ Deason (James?) No further information.

(Major James Deason was a member of the Lancaster County School Trustees

1809-1813.)

2. Sely Horton married ___ Perry. No further information.

3. Susannah Horton (Suckey) married (John?) Baskins. She had at least two

children of whom we find record. James B. Baskins and Elizabeth Baskins

who married Thomas Twitty before 1851.

4. Michael Horton had several children and grandchildren but only ones

recorded are Joseph Moore; Patrick Horton, son of Narcisser Horton (decd);

one daughter named Martha Jane Horton and a son Sanford Horton. (Miss

Robbie Horton, Lancaster county librarian, is descended from Sanford

Horton.)

5. William Ransom Horton married Jane Ingram, daughter of John and Sarah

Miller Ingram. He died about 1835 leaving his widow and three daughters,

namely Caroline (who later became Mrs. Samuel U. Robertson); Amanda (who

became Mrs. Evans Rollings); Elizabeth (Betty) who married a Johnson and

migrated from the state.

6. Hollis Horton (do not confuse with his nephew) married Molcey _______?

Hollis died before his father leaving his widow and the following children:

Jincey (Mrs. Hask ___?); Lewis Horton; Harriett Horton (Mrs. James

Kirkley); Louisa (Mrs. James Riddle); Hollis Horton; William Horton; Bartte

Horton; Molsey Horton; Churchill Horton; Lydia Horton; Charlotte Horton.

(Lydia later married Anderson Bowers. She was grandmother of Mr. James A

Cauthen New Hope section.)

7. AMOS HORTON married Sally ______? There are no records of his children

in Lancaster records. By November 13, 1837 he was living in Franklin

County, Tennessee.

8. Sterling Horton married Mary Truesdale. Sterling and Mary T. Horton

migrated to Crawford Co, Ga, where he died before 1837 leaving the

following heirs: a daughter (Mrs. William L. Johnson--do not confuse with

Betty Horton, dau of Ransom and Jane who also married a Johnson); a

daughter Mrs. William R.A.Ingram; Amos Horton, evidently named for his

uncle who migrated to Franklin County TN; Simmazinna Horton (do not confuse

with her niece who married Capt James M. Ingram); William R. Horton

(descendants in Columbia); James Jefferson Horton who married Sarah E.

Cauthen, dau of Thomas Cauthen; and finally a son who was deceased before

his father but who left the following children: Elizabeth I. Horton, Henry

Hollis Horton, Mary B. Horton, Everett H. Horton, Dineham Horton. The

descendants of James Jefferson Horton, son of Sterling Horton, are probably

more numerous in Lancaster County that any other Horton of this line...."

: 2benua@compuserve.com (Peter Benua)

"Micheal Horton et al vs Sterling Horton and Amos Horton. Bill for

Partition.

To John J. Blackman, James Helton (Hilton), William Roberts, Hardy Horton

and John Roberts....

.whereas

Jane Deason

Sely Perry (Cecelia)

Suckey Baskins (Susannah)

and Michael Horton

some of the children and heirs at law of Wm Horton (decd);

children of Wm R. Horton and grandchildren of Wm Horton, the intestate:

Sarah Mandy,

Mary Caroline,

Elizabeth Miranda Horton.

Representatives of Hollis Horton, decd:

Husk ___ ? and Jincey his wife,

Lewis,

James Kirkley and Harriet his wife,

James Biddle and Louisa his wife,

Hester (or Hollis?) ,

William Bartlett (could be William and Bartlett, 2 people?),

Molsey,

Churchill,

Lydia and

Charlotte Horton.

and Elizabeth Horton widow of the intestate Wm Horton

filed on 9 Jun 1834 in the Court of Equity, against

Sterling Horton and Amos Horton two of the children and heirs at law of the

intestate Wm Horton aforesaid.

30 Jan 1835

Children of WILLIAM HORTON and ELIZABETH BREWER are:

i. SOPHIA7 HORTON44,45, b. Abt. 1775, Camden District, South Carolina46,47; d. WFT Est. 1803-1851, Lancaster District, South Carolina48; m. (1) MOAB STEVENS48, WFT Est. 1773-181748; b. WFT Est. 1746-177848; d. WFT Est. 1773-183648; m. (2) VINCENT CATO48,49, Abt. 179050,51; b. Abt. 1765, North Carolina52; d. Bef. 182052,53.

ii. JANE HORTON54, b. Abt. 1784, Camden District, South Carolina55; d. WFT Est. 1785-187855; m. JAMES DEASON.

iii. STERLING HORTON56, b. Abt. 1775, South Carolina57; d. October 1, 1836, Crawford County, Georgia57; m. MARY TRUESDALE, Abt. 1800, South Carolina57; b. Abt. 1782, Kershaw District, South Carolina57; d. November 16, 1848, Crawford County, GA57.

iv. CELIA HORTON I58, b. Abt. 1774, Lancaster County, South Carolina59; d. Abt. 1860, Habersham County, Georgia59; m. PHILLIP PERRY, Abt. 1790, Greenville, Norht Carolina; d. Abt. 1845.

Notes for CELIA HORTON I:

Celia Horton b. Abt 1774 Lancaster Co SC d. Abt 1860 m. Philip Perry b. Abt

1770 Greenville NC.

Philip Perry d. Bet 1840-1850 , both buried in Habersham

Co, GA

Children: Miles Perry,

Allen Perry b. Abt 1801,

Ranson Perry b. 11/18/1809,

Katherine Perry b. Abt 1808, and

William Horton Perry b. Jul-6-1797 d. May-10-1871.

William Horton Perry m. Artimissa Green, and

according to my records (from Eugene R. Perry 1921-1999) these are my

GGGGrand parents, but I have no proof of the Celia & Philip connection!

Ted Perry, in OK

v. WILLIAM RANSOM HORTON I60, b. Abt. 177860; d. WFT Est. 1800-184560; m. JANE INGRAM60, WFT Est. 1782-184160; b. WFT Est. 1767-181160; d. WFT Est. 1800-186160.

vi. AMOS HORTON III60,61,62, b. 1778, Lancastor County, South Carolina63; d. April 16, 1860, Franklin County, Tennessee63; m. SARAH JENNETT KENNEDY64, 1800, Lancaster County, South Carolina65; b. October 7, 1783, Lancastor County, South Carolina65; d. January 7, 1854, Salem, Franklin County, TN65.

Notes for AMOS HORTON III:

Amos Horton

1 Amos HORTON b: South Carolina

. +Lou ??? b: South Carolina

....... 2 Nancy HORTON b: 1853 Alabama d: 1885 Lamar Co., TX

.......... +William WORSHAM b: Abt. 1849 Justice Precinct 6, AL d: 1884 Lamar

Co., TX m: Abt. 1867 Lamar Co., TX

................ 3 Nellie [P.M.] WORSHAM b: 1868 Lamar Co., TX d: Durant, OK

................... +James E. ROBINSON m: 29 Jan 1885 Lamar Co., TX

................ 3 Mary Elizabeth [Mollie] WORSHAM b: 22 Apr 1870 Tennessee d:

4 Apr 1952 Oklahoma City, OK

................... +Henry Albert [Bud Henry] MOORE b: 22 Feb 1871 Nashville,

Davidson Co., TN d: 20 Aug 1947 Stratford, Garvin Co., OK m: 8 Sep 1889 Lamar

Co., TX

................ 3 Joseph William [Willie] WORSHAM b: 28 Feb 1873 d: Ft.

Worth, TX

................... +Annie Lee ANDERSON b: Nov 1882 Texas

................ 3 Robert Edward [Lee] WORSHAM b: 19 Jun 1878 Honey Grove, TX

d: 26 May 1946 Ada, Pontotoc Co., OK

Thanks, Gloria Moore

We also have a line of Wood.

Descendants of John Henry Wood

1 John Henry WOOD b: Abt. 1827 Tennessee

. +Sarah E. SMITH b: Abt. 1825 North Carolina

....... 2 Archabald WOOD b: 1855

....... 2 Esther J. WOOD b: 1857

....... 2 Mary Ellen WOOD b: 1858

....... 2 Joseph WOOD b: 1860

....... 2 Louisa Ann [Nellie] WOOD b: 25 Sep 1861 Lexington, Henderson Co., TN

d: 17 Mar 1935 Pontotoc Co., OK

.......... +John Wiley MCGEE b: 8 Mar 1861 Lawrenceburg, Lawrence Co., TN d: 16

Aug 1926 Ratcliff, Franklin Co., AR m: 1884 Scotts Hill, Henderson Co., TN

....... 2 Rebecca WOOD b: 1864

....... 2 John WOOD b: 1866

....... 2 Sarah WOOD b: 1867

....... 2 Kyle WOOD b: 1869

vii. SUSANNAH HORTON II66,67, b. Abt. 1782, South Carolina68; d. Abt. 1829, South Carolina68; m. WILLIAM BASKIN III68,69, Abt. 1800, South Carolina70; b. Abt. 1772, Kershaw, SC70; d. 1830, Lancaster, SC70.

viii. MICHAEL HORTON70, b. Abt. 1782, Lancastor County, South Carolina70; d. WFT Est. 1794-184470; m. (1) SUSANNAH MASSEY; m. (2) ELIZABETH JANE ROBERTS, WFT Est. 1778-183570.

Notes for MICHAEL HORTON:

3 Michael Horton b: Abt. 1782 in Lancaster Co, SC

d: June 12, 1862 in Lancaster Co, SC

........................ +Susannah Massey b: Abt. 1785 d: Abt.

1843 in Lancaster Co, SC

............................... 4 Joanna Horton b: 1812

............................... 4 Ranford Horton b: 1814 d: 1864

............................... 4 Sanford Horton b: 1815 d: 1877 in Macon,

GA7

............................... 4 Ellen Horton b: 1817

............................... 4 Narcissa Horton b: 1820

............................... 4 Hannah Jane Horton b: 1823 d: 1911

............................... 4 Martha Jane Horton b: 1823

............................... 4 Mary Ann Horton b: 1826 d: 1872

.................... *2nd Wife of Michael Horton:

........................ +Elizabeth Jane Roberts b: 1822 d: 1888 in

Shelby County, Alabama

............................... 4 Queen Elizabeth Horton b: February 6,

1846 in Lancaster Co, SC d: August 23, 1911

............................... 4 Albert Edward Horton b: 1848

............................... 4 Laura E. Hazeltine Horton b: 1851 d:

1923

............................... 4 Susannah Horton b: 1853

............................... 4 Celia Jane Horton b: 1855

............................... 4 Douglas Van Buren M. Horton b: 1858 d:

July 27, 1920

Your line must be: Amos,Sr/William/Michael/Ranford/??

Our dob is different for Ranford, which is no big deal, and I have his wife

as Algerina, a different spelling. My information came from Dora Reeves of

Heath Springs, SC, who I hope to see next month while we're at the Columbia

meeting of the Horton Family Association. I haven't seen a different

spelling on Ranford, but there were two William Ransom Hortons, which is

confusing, and had me at an impasse for many years! William named a son

William Ransom(1794-1830), and William's son Sterling(1775-1836)( my

GGG-GF), also named a son William Ransom Horton(1807-1880) who is my GG-GF,

and was in the group that migrated to Shelby County, Alabama in 1834, which

is where I now live. This William Ransom went by the name "Ransom". Some of

Michael's family also came later to Shelby County, AL, and I can look it up

if you're interested.

I would appreciate any data you have on Ranford and Algerina, as I have no

children for them, and some of my dates may be suspect. I do have much

confidence in Dora Reeves, though, and she descends from Michael. Her data

on my direct line all checked out.

The following is a chart from my database - A Direct Descendancy Chart from

Amos, Sr. to Ranford, which I hope is useful to you. If you want more info,

please let me know. Take care, and let's stay in touch. Garland Horton

(ghort@aol.com)

ix. HOLLIS HORTON70, b. 1784, Lancaster District, South Carolina71; d. December 24, 1828, Kershaw District, South Carolina71; m. MOLSEY A. JONES72, 180772; b. 1784; d. November 15, 1854.

Notes for HOLLIS HORTON:

  40. Hollis Horton, born 1784 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died

December 24, 1828 in Kershaw County, South Carolina. He was the son of

80. William Horton and 81. Elizabeth. He married 41. Molcy A. Jones.

       41. Molcy A. Jones, born 1784; died November 15, 1854. She was

the daughter of 83. Lydia.

       Children of Hollis Horton and Molcy Jones are:

 i. Henry Horton, born 1808 in Union County, North Carolina; married

Jency

.ii. Harriet Horton, born 1810 in Union County, North Carolina;

married Lewis James Kirkley

.iii. Louisa Horton, born October 12, 1812 in

Union County, North Carolina; married James Riddle

.iv. Hollis H. Horton, born 1814 in Union County, North Carolina

.v. William J. Horton, born 1815 in Union County, North Carolina; married (1) Milsbury Harrell;

married (2) Mary Smith April 20, 1875 in Union County, North Carolina.

vi. Bartlett J. Horton, born 1818 in South Carolina; married (1)

Elizabeth; married (2) Margaret Mccomb.

vii. Molsey Horton, born 1821 in

Union County, North Carolina.20

viii. Churchill J. Horton, born 1824 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; died June 03, 1864 in Cold Harbor, Virginia; married Elizabeth Smith in Anson County, North Carolina.

ix. Lydia Horton, born 1827 in Union County, North Carolina; married Nelson

Terrell

.x. Elizabeth Charlotte Horton, born May 01, 1829 in Union

County, North Carolina; died September 30, 1907 in Union County, North

Carolina; married Robert H. Smith March 28, 1850 in Union County, North

Carolina.

Hollis's wife was the daughter of William Jones, Jr. & Lydia ?

I have that she died May 18, 1851 in Union Co., NC. She is buried

in the Smith family Cemetery,being the first recorded burial there.

Children of Hollis Horton & Molsey Jones:

Henry Horton "Hank" b. abt 1808 m. Jincey ?

Harriet Horton b. ca 1810 married Lewis James Kirkley

their daughter: Caroline E. Kirkley married in Union Co., NC Reese

Blakeley, 1834-1864, a confederate soldier died 19 June 1864, died

in that War, son of Albert & Annie Ray Blakeley. Their children were

Thomas M., James A, Harriet A., & Louisa J Blakeley

Louisa Horton b. 14 Oct 1812 Kershaw Co., SC died 1892-93

Lancaster Co., SC married James Riddle

(I have a list of their children)

William J. Horton b. abt 1815 Kershaw District,SC died 1885

Goose Creek Township Union Co., NC where he resided

a Confederate soldier, Co. F, 2nd Regiment, CSA

married first Millsberry Harrell Children:

Mary A, Elizabeth H. Margaret A, William H, James, Louis,

Benjamin C, Thomas B, Louiza, & Robert Horton,

William J. Horton married 2nd 20 April 1875 to Mary D Smith

b. 4 July 1844, Union Co.--she died 12 April 1896 buried

in Smith Family Cemetery Union Co., NC Children of his second

marriage: Lily, Elizabeth, Froney, & John Horton, he, 1882-1977

died

in Belmont, NC

Bartlett Horton "Bart" b. 1818 Kershaw Co., SC died in North

carolina married 1850 first Elizabeth ? Children 2 He married a

second time in 1870 to Margaret McCombs Children of his second

marriage 5

Hollis H Horton b. abt 1814 Kershaw Co., SC

Molcy A Horton b. Kershaw Co., SC

Churchill Horton b. abt 1824 Kershaw Co., SC a Confederate soldier

Co E 48 Regiment North Carolina Troops killed in that war abt 1862

in VA & is buried there. married Elizabeth Smith, 1830-1904

daughter of John M. & Rebecca Huntley Smith & sister of Mary

Smith, second wife of William J Horton

Lydia Horton b. abt 1827 Kershaw Co., SC married Nelson Terrell

"After June 23, 1904 in Stephens Co., Ark

Charlotte Elizabeth Horton b. 1 May 1829 Kershaw Co., SC

after her father's death on Dec. 24, 1828--she died 30 Sept 1907

Union Co., NC married 20 March 1850

Union Co., NC Robert H Smith b. 27 Nov 1827 he died 2 July 1903

both buried in Smith Family Cemetery, son of John M Smith &

Rebecca Huntley. Three Horton siblings married 3 Smith siblings

Molsey Jones Horton stayed with her daughter, Charlotte, in her

last years.

I have a list of their children

Molsey father was my ggggrandfather's brother.

My ggggrandfather was Samuel Jones

Anita duckula@bellsouth.net

This came from Book 3 of THE SAMUEL JONES FAMILY

Kershaw Co., SC 1750-1990 .

37. THOMAS6 HORTON VIII (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born 1752 in Surrey County, Virginia, and died July 24, 1841 in Decator County, Indiana. He married ORENDER BUSH November 1, 1802.

Children of THOMAS HORTON and ORENDER BUSH are:

i. ORENDER MAHALA7 HORTON, b. 1825; d. 1873, Brownsville, Oregon; m. NEHEMIAH B. FREDENBERG, 1849, Decatur County, Indiana.

ii. JOHN G. HORTON, m. CAROLINE P. FREDENBERG.

38. REBECCA6 HORTON I (SARAH5 PEEBLES II, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) was born January 1, 1760 in Surrey County, Virginia, and died WFT Est. 1761-185473. She married LEE Abt. 1780.

Children of REBECCA HORTON and LEE are:

i. REBECCA7 LEE.

ii. ELIZABETH LEE.

iii. FRANCES LEE.

39. GEORGE6 PEEBLES (ALEXANDER5, THOMAS4, JOHN3, DAVID2, ROBERT1) He married SOPHIA FARMER. She was born February 8, 1712/13 in Kilconquhan, Fife, Scotland.

Child of GEORGE PEEBLES and SOPHIA FARMER is:

i. ALEXANDER7 PEEBLES II, b. January 10, 1735/36, Kilconquhan, Fife, Scotland; m. (1) MARGARET BROWN; b. 1740, Newbury, Fife, Scotland; m. (2) HELEN LAING; b. 1740, Scotland.

Endnotes

1. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 22, Ed. 1, (Release date: June 8, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #0973, Date of Import: Jan 29, 1999.

2. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #2327, Date of Import: Oct 7, 1997.

3. Collier.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 14, 1999.

4. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 23, Ed. 1, (Release date: July 8, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #0720, Date of Import: Jun 19, 1999.

5. tombstone, Horton Cemetery, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

6. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #3007, Date of Import: Oct 6, 1997.

7. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1561, Date of Import: Sep 26, 1997.

8. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

9. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

10. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

11. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

12. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

13. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

14. See Page 4

15. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1, (Release date: October 17, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2025, Date of Import: Aug 16, 1997.

16. See Page 4

17. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1, (Release date: October 17, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2025, Date of Import: Aug 16, 1997.

18. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1, (Release date: October 17, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #4615, Date of Import: Oct 11, 1997.

19. See Page 4

20. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1, (Release date: October 17, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #4615, Date of Import: Oct 11, 1997.

21. See Page 4

22. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, (Release date: February 9, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2392, Date of Import: Nov 15, 1998.

23. See Page 4

24. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, (Release date: February 9, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2392, Date of Import: Nov 15, 1998.

25. See Page 4

26. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, (Release date: February 9, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2392, Date of Import: Nov 15, 1998.

27. See Page 4

28. Br²derbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Release date: August 22, 1996, Tree #0375, Date of Import: Nov 30, 1998.

29. 1850 cen. 258/260 age 75 M Farm SC $5000.

30. See Page 4

31. 1850 census shows Nary 72 F prob. error

32. See Page 4

33. horton17.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 15, 2000.

34. 1850 Census Shelby Co.,AL, pg. 176.

35. horton17.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 15, 2000.

36. Shelby Co.,AL Deed Bk F & G LDS 1561044, pg. 634 & 35, deed/dower's right.

37. horton17.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 15, 2000.

38. 1860 Census Shelby Co.,AL, pg. 299.

39. horton17.FTW, Date of Import: Jan 15, 2000.

40. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

41. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

42. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

43. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

44. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

45. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

46. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

47. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

48. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

49. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

50. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

51. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

52. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

53. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Nov 23, 1998.

54. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

55. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

56. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

57. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

58. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

59. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

60. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

61. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1, (Release date: October 17, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2025, Date of Import: Oct 12, 1997.

62. simeonhorton.ftw, Date of Import: Mar 28, 2000.

63. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

64. simeonhorton.ftw, Date of Import: Mar 28, 2000.

65. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 7, Ed. 1, (Release date: October 17, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #2025, Date of Import: Oct 12, 1997.

66. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

67. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1, (Release date: November 29, 1995), "CD-ROM," Tree #0954, Date of Import: Nov 9, 1997.

68. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

69. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1, (Release date: November 29, 1995), "CD-ROM," Tree #0954, Date of Import: Nov 9, 1997.

70. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

71. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

72. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #0170, Date of Import: Sep 3, 1998.

73. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2854, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1997

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