Unzipping the Jean Roots

Gean, Geen, Gheen, Jean, Jeane, Jane, Jayne (e, es, s) Families

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151 * Petitition for appt of admin - Petition of Jefferson may shows that Perry Jeans died intestate in Nov 1856 leaving a considereable persona estate and that no admin has been taken out. Therefore he prays that he may be appt admin of the said Perry Jeanes.
* Admin Bond of James A. Jeanes, with Adam Bur__ and Lewis D. (?) Jenes (Jones/Gones/Ganer?) as securities, for the estate of ; Perry Jeanes dec'd dated 13 Dec 1856
* Settlement of estate of Perry Jeans dec'd by the admr 20 May 1858 - all parties interested having been legally notified to be present. Legatees were the widow for her third; ___ Jeans who received land, one horse, a gun, and a saddle {{the document has bleed thru and I can't make their name out at all, based on receiving a gun I would say it is a male as none of the females received one}}; E.P. Jeans; Mrs. Eliza (?) May; Mrs. Charlote Braddock; Mrs. Martha Ray; Warren Jeans; T.Y. Jeans; then in the next accounting of payments paid before settlements it shows James A. Jeans first, followed by the others in the same order, so he must be the first one listed. 
JEANES, Elbert Perry of Laurens District, SC (I65816)
 
152 * Richd Locke with Benj (?) Howard & Jno Blackwell securities was appt admin of the estate of Thos Gheen on 22 Aug 1829
* C.W. Waggoner does showeth Thomas Gheen died in the year 1828, having made and published a last will and testament, which was admitted to probate in the May 1828 session in Rowan Co. He nominated Levi Gheen sole executor, who accepted, but is since dead. Among other bequests the will made the following devises, to wit: to my son Joseph Gheen the tract of land where on he now lives during his lifetime and then to be equally divided amongst "Elizabeth Trotts heirs & Levi Gheen & Warren Gheen & Loretta Gheen." The said tract of land contains about 200 acres. The life estate tenant is now dec'd and it is necessary that there should be an administration de bonis non of the will. Dated 24 Aug 1872 - Charles F. Waggoner was appt admin on 24 Aug 1872. 
GHEEN, Thomas (I12483)
 
153 ** Abner S. Elliott & Kinchen Elliott, with John G. Elliott, Thomas T. Lucke and Joseph T. Bur_s as securities, were appt admin on 4 Feb 1851
** Inventory of the Estate of William M. Elliott was made by Abner S. & Kinchen Elliott, Admrs - the account mentions "notes and accounts received of the firm of Brown & Elliott, as his part of the said firm" - Recorded Feb 1852 
ELLIOTT, William M. (I424921)
 
154 ** At a special court held 9 Jan 1856, Chatham Co., NC - request for appt Manly Snipes admin as well as an order for the admin to sell the parrishables
** Manly Snipes, with John Andrews & W. T. (?) Taylor securities, was appt special admin of the estate of Mary Jean, dec'd on 9 Jan 1856
** Manly Snipes, with William Griffin & Allen Patterson, appt admin of the estate of Mary Gean, dec'd on 10 Feb 1856 ((Note: Robert Love is crossed out and William Griffin written in. Also, Allen Patterson signed as R.A. Patterson))
** Purchasers at the estate sale of Mary Gean, dec'd by Manly Snipes, Admin on 24 Jan 1856 included: Simeon Fowler, Alfred, Patterson, Mark Fowler, Cornelias Myrick, Albert Gean, Hastin Straughn, Robert Love, William Thomas, William Hinton, Levi Andrews, John Andrews, John Cook, Calvin Jones, Trotmon Cheek, Wesley Perry, Martha Jones, Elizabeth Beaver, Mary Cheek, Thomas Gean, Harlin/Harlon Beaver, Levi Andrews, William Beaver
** Aug Term 1858 - We the undersigned having been appt at May Term last to settle with Manley Snipes, Admr of Mary Geans, dec'd do certify that we met and after examining the receipts & disbursemets do find the receipts and disbursements as follows: $156.70 in receipts, $148.11 in disbursements and $15.23 in commissions - signed J.J. Baldwin, Samuel Bladwin and Oliver Lamb - submitted 7 August 1858 
Mary (I292)
 
155 ** Benjamin Buchannon was appt admin in the estate of Milly Wicker, dec'd with Matthew Wicker & Riney Wicker as securities on 16 May 1839 - signed by his mark Benjamin "X" Buchannon, Matthew "X" Wicker and Rhinery Wicker
** Pursuant to a decree of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for Chatham Co., NC in Nov Term 1839, in the suit depending (defending?) in said court wherein Joseph Buchanan and others were petitioners and Beverly Hester & wife and others were defendants, after having previousl advertised for the space of thirty days at the public places in said county, the slaves and other goods and chattles belonging in common tot he parties to said ___, by virtue of the last will and testmanet of James Wicker dec'd and also the last will and testament of Milly Wicker on 29 Jan 1840 the county clerk did sale between the hours of 10 oclock and 4 oclock at the residence of James Wicker, dec'd the slaves and other goods and chattels of the said petitioners and defendants - purchasers included Isaiah Buchanan, Joseph Buchanan, Thomas Kelly, Merrit Dickens - submitted Feb Term 1840 
Mildred "Milly" (I420425)
 
156 ** Calvin Jones, with Bird Jean Senr & Samuel Perry Senr securities, was appt admin of the estate of Anderson Jean, dec'd on 13 Aug 1849
** Petition of Dower for Ann Jean widow of Anderson Jean, dec'd - her husband died intestate leaving her as his widow. Alford Glossen, Esq, Stephen Roberson, Hezekiah Henderson & Nathaniel Newling appt commissioners - Aug Term 1849
** Aug Term 1849 - Petition of Ann Jean vs Martilia (?) Jean and Martha Ann Jean - Petitioner showeth that Anderson Jean late of said county departed this life intestate, leaving his widow and relict unprovided for and that the said Jean died seized and possessed of a tract of land in said county containing 88 acres adjoining the lands of Bird Jean, Robert Love, Alford Russel (?) and others. Of which your peititioner is entitled to her dower and thirds. The petitioner further showeth that the defendants are infants under the age of 21 and she therefore prays your worships will appoint a suitable person to act as their guardian to defent their rights in this suit.
** The commissioners having been duly summoned & sworn to allot and sett of to Ann Jean her dower of land in all the lands which her husband Anderson Jean died seized and possessed of, on on the 7th day of Feb 1850 allot and set of to the said Ann Gean, widow and relict of Anderson Gean, dec'd, 1/3 part of a tract of land in the said county on the waters of Haw River containing 91 acres more or less as set, from a stake on the Fayetteville Rd, then east with Bird Geans line, containing 31 acres more or less 
GEAN, Anderson (I286)
 
157 ** In Suprerior Court of Chatham Co., NC - Mary Ann Wicker vs. Joseph Taylor Wicker, Jane Wicker and James Womack - sometimes during the late war David Wicker, late of the said county departed this life intestate leaving the plaintiff, his widow unprovided for. He died seized and possessed of a certain tract of land in Chatham Co., NC on the waters of Little Lick Cree and adjoining the lands of John Dickens, James Womack and others, said to containg 39 acres. That the defendant James Womack has since the death of said David Wicker contracted for and bought the said tract of land subject to the widows dower. That she is by law entitled to hold and occupy one third of the said tract of land, including the dwelling house and improvements during the term of her widowhood. (not dated) {{The order for the dower is dated 24 Apr 1876}}
** The estate file indicates that J.A. Womack was the admr of David Wicker, dec'd on 16 May 1876
** In Superior Court, proceedings to sell land to pay debts it shows John A. Womack as Public Admr on the estate of David W. Wicker, dec'd against Mary Ann Wicker and Taylor Wicker and Jane Wicker {{James Womack eventually became the last and highest bidder on 21 Sept 1875 and it was recorded 30 Sept 1875}} 
WICKER, David W. (I420456)
 
158 ** Inventory of the Estate of Thos Wicker Senr dec'd taken by the executors David & Thos Wicker Jr, 7 Jan 1784
** Amount of the sale of part of the estate of Thomas Whicker, Senr dec'd is dated 21 Feb 1784 - purchasers were David Whicker, Thomas Whicker and John Chapman - signed David Whicker, acting executor 
WICKER, Thomas Oscar Sr. (I420426)
 
159 ** Joseph Wicker was appt admin in the estate of Mary Wicker, with David Wicker & John Dickens securities on 19 Sep 1853 PATTISHALL, Mary (I420436)
 
160 ** M.C.S. Nabb, Admin vs Chas D. Yarborough, W.C. Yarborough, Mary Yarborough, Katie J. Yarborough and Alice (?) J. Nable (?) - Petition to sell land - Sidney Yarborough late of Chatham Co., NC died intestate on 15 Nov 1894 and the petitioner was duly appt administrator of the estate. The amount of debts outstanding against the estate is about $643, the personal estate is not enough to cover the debt, but the intestate died seized and possessed of the following real property situated in Chatham Co., NC: about 140 acres, of which about 40 acres are cleared and the remaning portion is woodland. It is a little north of east of the town of Pittsboro and adjoins D. (?) West Harris and Mrs. Martha Hatch. It is known as the Yarborough tract. The value is about $300. The names ages and residence of the heirs at law of the said Sidney Yarborough are: Thos D. Yarborough, age 32, Wilmington, NC; W.C. Yarborough age 32, Wilmington, NC; Mary Yarbaraugh age 35, Wilmington, NC; Katie J. Yarberaugh age 24, Wilmington, NC; Mrs. Alia (?) J. Noble age 34, Wilmington, NC - signed M.C.S. Noble
((NOTE: The heirs listed are the children of Oran S. Yarborough)) 
YARBOROUGH, Sidney S. (I12369)
 
161 ** On 3 Sept 1855 John M. Barmore guardian of the heirs of Amanda V. Bamore, dec'd and the estate of Joshua Shirley, dec'd reported that Frances L. Barmore intermarried with John Loftis. BARMORE, John Milford (I425251)
 
162 ** Persuant to an appointment from the heirs of Nath'l Perry, dec'd, we the undersigned proceeded on Friday, 8 December 1837 to divide and allott the lands of Nath'l Perry, dec'd lying in the County of Wake, among the heirs and legatees of the said Nath'l Perry. 1st to Benjamin P. Perry; 2nd to Wm P. Perry; 3rd to Athy Jean; 4th Jeremiah Perry Jumper (Jamsser? also, it is possible the name is in parenthesis, but it is the same way in more than one place); 5th Lavina Nicholson - signed Brian Green, William Ro___ (R or B?) and Benj^a Marrion (? Marrio_)
** 23 Dec 1837 - Jeremiah Perry, Ephraim Perry & Bennett Perry bond - Whereas Benj^a P. Perry Ex^r of Nath'l Perry, dec'd has this day delivered unto Jeremiah Perry a certain negroe gril named Mary, in full of his proportionable part of the personal estate of Nath'l Perry, dec'd. - signed by his mark Jeremiah "P" Perry, Ephraim Perry, Bennet Perry - wit: by his mark James "~" T. (?) Perry 
PERRY, Nathaniel (I58898)
 
163 ** To the Sheriff of Moore Co., NC - you are hereby commanded to summon ___ {Silvid??}} Wicker to appear in Chatham Co., NC at the Court House in Pittsborough on the second Monday in Nov next, to testify on behalf of John Gunter, of Moore Co., in the matter of John Gunter of Moore Co., plaintiff and James Wicker (crossed out) Richard Drake, Exers of Thoas Wicker, dec'd defendant - August 5th (or 15?) August 1831 - issued 27 Oct 1831 {{The back shows the name as Silvia or Sibia? Wicker}} WICKER, Thomas Oscar Jr. / Of Chatham Co., Nc (I420433)
 
164 Abraham L. Williams, of Jefferson Co., KY mentions: As to the children of his first wife to wit: John S. Williams, Cleaver P. Williams and Isaac Williams, they have received their mother's estate at her death; to his children by his last wife, viz: Jefferson W. Williams, Joseph J. Williams, Mary S. Schenk, Peter Green Williams, Lizzie E. Williams, Fanny H. Read and Jennie R. Hampton one hundread dollars each, being the amount their deceased mother's estate; which gives to my two sets of children each their mother's estate.; to dau Lizzie C. (?) Williams one thousand dollars and one bed & bedding as compensation for staying with me; grandson Paul Williams and son of P.G. Williams, one hundred dollars, balance of estate to be divided equally between my children share and share alike. Apts son P.G. Willaims and J.M. Hampton to be the executors - signed Abraham L. Williams - wit Thos R. Walker & I.T. (?) Murphy
Codicil attached: His son Joseph J. Williams having since died, and being indebted to me, he gives to his widow Jeanie (Jeamie?) Williams the sum of twenty five dollars - dated 24 Jul 1879 - signed Abraham L. Williams - wit I.T. Murphy and E. T. (?) Yeager
Proven 29 Aug 1881 at the county court house in the city of Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY 
WILLIAMS, Abraham L. (I417562)
 
165 Billy Glenn Jaynes, resident of the Burrowtown Community near Mason, United States Navy Veteran and husband of Alice Steward Jaynes died Saturday morning, September 8, 2012 at his residence. He was 62 years of age and died unexpectedly.
Services of Remembrance for Mr. Jaynes were conducted at 11 A.M. Thursday, September 13th at the Peebles Main Funeral Chapel in Somerville. Personal remarks and reflections were provided by Bro. William Harrell and Mike Russell. Interment with Military Honors followed in the Hebron Cemetery in the Bethlehem Community of Fayette County. Arrangements were provided by Peebles Fayette County Funeral Homes and Cremation Center - Main Chapel of Somerville.
Mr. Jaynes was born December 14, 1949 in Gadsden, Tennessee, the son of Alice May Howell Jaynes and the late Frankie Farrow Jaynes. He received his education in the Gadsden Public School System and lived in the Burrowtown Community for the past 30 years. He served his country in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War and was employed as a truck driver for over 40 years before his retirement three years ago.
http://www.peeblesfuneralhome.com/obits/obituary.php?id=204989 
JAYNES, Billy Glenn (I418889)
 
166 Early 1748: Family members attending the Trinity Reformed Church in the Tulpehocken region were: Jacob Seybert and his wife Mary Theiss; Maryís sister and brother-in-law, Christian Lauer; Johanna and husband, Henry Lorentz.
Later 1748: Jacob and his family, his mother and stepfather and other relations left their farms in Tulpehocken region of Pennsylvania and traveled 180 miles southwest to the South Fork valley wilderness of Highland County,[7] Virginia. In the mid 1700s, the area where they settled was on the leading edge of the Anglo-Saxon colonization of America. Jacobís brother, Wendel remained in Pennsylvania. 
SEYBERT, Capt. Johan Jacob of Pendleton Co., WV (I56502)
 
167 Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church for Unity Ann Jaynes, 68, who died Saturday in Pinal General Hospital, Florence. Rev. Elmer Geesey will officiate.
Mrs. Jaynes was born April 4, 1896 in Columbia, Kentucky. She had lived in Casa Grande for the past 25 years.
Survivors include her husband, William, of Casa Grande....
Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. 
WHEELER, Unity Ann (I71463)
 
168 He was born 19 Mar 1760 near Baltimore, MD and his aprents were Irish. When he was about five years old, he moved with his parents to Chester District SC
He was allowed pension on his application executed 24 Sept 1832 at which time he resided in Spartanburgh District, SC.
He died 19 Feb 1842
He married 27 Dec 1781 to Janet Nelson, who was born in 1760 in County Downs, Ireland and was brought to America by her parents in the year 1772.
He joined the Fishing Creek Church in the fall of 1782
The soldiers widow, Janet was allowed pension on her application dated 10 Dec 1844, at which time she was resident of Spartanburg Distrct, SC. She died 14 Apr 1849
John Morrow, the son of Samuel Morrow and his wife Janet, made affidavit in behalf of his mother's claim for pension in Spartanburg District, SC.
The family records records the following children: Mary Morrow born 13 Sep 1782; Agnes Morrow born 23 Dec 1784; John Morrow born 14 Nov 1785; William N. Morrow born 9 Dec 1788; David Morrow born 27 May 1791; Robert Morrow born 17 Nov 1793; Janet Morrow born 19 Mar 1796; Sarah Morrow born 17 Aug 1798; Samuel Morrow born 21 April 1802
William N. Morrow moved to AL, and started 11 Dec 1817, David Morrow and Henery M. Story started 27 Oct 1818, Richard Daniel & Saml Morrow the 2nd & 3rd of Nov 1825. Son Robert Morrow started to Kentuck (?) 11 Sept 1816 and came home by his uncles William Nelson who moved to AL the same fall 
MORROW, Maj. Samuel of Dutchmans Creek (I6705)
 
169 J. Eugene Johnson, Co. H, 15th Miss Inf, CSA - listed as a Pvt and a musician {aka: Eugene J. Johnson}
He appears as E.J. Johnson, as a Pvt in Capt F.M. Aldridge's Company, 15th Regt MS Volunteers Muster Roll, Corinth, MS, 8 Jun 1861 - age 20 - he enlisted 29 May 1961 at Corinth for 12 months "traveling to place of rendezvous 132 miles".
Another card shows him as enlisting 26 Apr (year not given) in Coffeeville under W.S. Stalham - the roll is not signed or dated, but he is shown as Eugene J. Johnson a Pvt in Capt F.M. Aldridge's Company (Yalobusha Rifles)
E. J. Johnson appears on the muster roll as a Pvt in Co. H, 15th Reg Miss Vols - 29 May to 30 Jun 1861 (and on other cards at least until 31 Aug 1862)
E. J. Johnson appears as a 4 Cpl, Co. H, 15th Reg's MS Vols - Nov & Dec 1862 and again May & June 1863
E. J. Johnson appears as a Musician, Co. H, 15th Reg MS Vols - July & Aug 1863 - he is listed as absent with remarks "sent to Meridian to practice 20 Jul 1863
E. J. Johnson appears on the Field & Staff Musther Roll as a Band Member of the 15th Reg MS Inf, July & Aug 1863 and again Sept & Oct 1863. He appears on the muster roll as absent Nov & Dec 1863 and is listed as on furlough, by Mar & Apr 1864 and July & Aug 1864 he is listed as present on the same muster roll
On 1 April he appears as E. James Johnson, Musician, 15th Reg MS Vols on a bounty roll of the non-commissioned staff and band of the orgranization, made in accordance with Par. III, G.O. No. 27, A. & I.G.O., Richmond, 2 Mar 1864
E. J. Johnston, Musician, 15th Reg's MS Inf, appears onb the muster roll of Officers and men paroled in accordance with the terms of a Military Convention entered into on the 26 day of Apr 1865, between General Joseph E. Johnson, Commanding Confederate Army and Maj Gen W.T. Sherman, Commanding US Army in NC. Roll dated near Greensboro, NC - , 1865 and Paroled at Greensboro, NC -, 1865 - this card shows his enlistment time as the "war" 
JOHNSTON, Eugene James Bonaparte "Jim" (I234)
 
170 J.R. Bridger died after a brief illness last night. His death was sudden and a severe shock to his family. Last night at the residence of Ben Nisbett on West Cherry Ave, J.R. Bridger died. On Wednesday he was taken quite ill and continued to grow worse. Before death came his fever ran up as high as 107.
The deceased has resided in this city and county for a number of years and was for some time constable of this township. At the time of his death he was engaged in the cold drink and fruit business on Main street.
He married about seven years ago to Miss Mary Nisbett, and to this union there has been two children born (both boys). His parents reside north of the city and several brothers and sisters.
At the time Mr. Bridger took ill his wife and babies were visiting near Bowling Green, KY. A message was sent to them but never reached them. Mrs. Bridger, with the children, returned home today and never heard of her husband's illness until she reached Jonesboro. 
BRIDGER, John R. (I424109)
 
171 Lexington District: Miscellaneous Record Book C, pp. 329-330:
Deed of Gift from Hannah Rives, of the District and State aforesaid, for and in consideration of natural affection, ..... do give and grant unto my beloved Children and grand Children here after named the following negro slaves, viz.
to Simon Rives...slaves, Abbey Charly, Bella Tenda Indah, Kizzy and Abram..etc
to my son Thomas Rives....slaves, vie. Dafu, Patience, Coope, David, Isaac and Sally...etc.
To my grand Children Timothy Dupree Jesse Dupree Lewis Dupree and Mary Ann Dupree ....slaves, vie. Cynthia, Bob, Hannah, and Peter, Jenny the woman and her three children Chloe, Liza and Dolly the last (Dated 12 Oct. 1816) four are now in my possession and I intend they shall remain so during my natural life (if they live)...and at my decease ... to be divided...etc...and Cynthia, Bob, Hannah and Peter together with their increase to be placed, under the direction of Major Francis Boykin for the only use and behoof of the said before mentioned Grand Children and to be equally divided among them at the time their father's Estate is divided---
Also, I give to Nathaniel W. Stewart and his Wife, Mary Stewart during their natural lives three negro, Slaves Tabb, Cherry and Child....and at their decease to be equally divided between Timothy Dupree Jesse Dupree, Lewis Dupree, and Mary Ann Dupree or those of them living.
Also I give to Doctor John Mathis and his Wife Priscilla a negro girl named Winney and Stephen her child...etc.
Witness: Priscilla Williamson
Leah Whitstone
Hannah Rives (LS)
Sterling C. Williamson Senior
Prov. 20 March 1817 by Leah Whitstone, now Kennerly;
Priscilla Williamson and Sterling C. Williamson. 
DUPREE, Priscilla Rives (I72757)
 
172 line 2 - household of John Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 3 males under10, and 1 female 26-45
line 3 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 4 males under 10, and 1 female 26-45
line 4 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 45 & up, 2 males 26-45, 3 males 16-26, 1 female 45 & up, 3 females 26-45 and 1 female 16-26
line 5 - household of Joseph Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10 and 1 female 26-45 
STOUT, Samuel of Randolph Co., NC (I417339)
 
173 line 2 - household of John Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 3 males under10, and 1 female 26-45
line 3 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 4 males under 10, and 1 female 26-45
line 4 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 45 & up, 2 males 26-45, 3 males 16-26, 1 female 45 & up, 3 females 26-45 and 1 female 16-26
line 5 - household of Joseph Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10 and 1 female 26-45 
STOUT, Samuel (I417359)
 
174 line 2 - household of John Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 3 males under10, and 1 female 26-45
line 3 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 4 males under 10, and 1 female 26-45
line 4 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 45 & up, 2 males 26-45, 3 males 16-26, 1 female 45 & up, 3 females 26-45 and 1 female 16-26
line 5 - household of Joseph Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10 and 1 female 26-45 
STOUT, John (I417361)
 
175 line 2 - household of John Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 3 males under10, and 1 female 26-45
line 3 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 4 males under 10, and 1 female 26-45
line 4 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 45 & up, 2 males 26-45, 3 males 16-26, 1 female 45 & up, 3 females 26-45 and 1 female 16-26
line 5 - household of Joseph Stout includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10 and 1 female 26-45 
STOUT, Joseph (I417364)
 
176 page 13 - Estate of William Lee in account with Joseph Lee - Receipt #1 paid William James his part as per receipt; Receipt #2 paid Phillip James his part as per receipt {{both paid $45.25 and both have the surname James undersligned}}; Receipt #3 paid Nancy Lee as per receipt $70.00 - Sworn to in open court on 4 Feb 1812
page 14 - Jos Henderson, exr of Wm Lee indicated the estate included notes for Solomon Lee, Nancy Lee, Noah Lee, Southy Littleton and John Moore 
LEA, William of Caswell Co., NC & Wilkes Co., GA (I10396)
 
177 Uncle Robert Gibson, the oldest of Rutherford township's citizens, passed away at his home here on Sunday, July 15th at the advanced age of 95 years. He had been married four times and all of his wives are dead except the last one. He was the father of twenty-four children, nine of whom are living. There are a large number of grand children and great grand-children besides the wife, one brother Martin, and a host of other relatives and friends, all of whom regret the passing of a splendid man. The funeral services were held Monday at Inman church by the Rev. John Carroll and the remains interred there.
Loogootee Martin County Tribune July 26, 1923 P.7
Date of birth on tombstone: June 20, 1828 Wives: Missouri Lemmon, Margaret Reed (Reeves?), Lidia Emily Allen, Emma Purcell. The brother referred to as "Martin" was John Martin Gibson
Submitted by: Elaine Thomas Sesheta111@aol.com 
GIBSON, Robert (I72146)
 
178 Voncille (Armstrong) Driver, 86, died Friday, November 17, 2006 at Rotan Healthcare Center.
Services will be 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday November 21, 2006 at Weathersbee - Ray Funeral Home Chapel with Ward Hayes officiating. Burial will be in the Roby Cemetery directed by Weathersbee - Ray Funeral Home. Visitation will be held from 6:00 -- 8:00 p.m. on Monday at the funeral home.
Born July 12, 1920 in Longworth, TX, Voncille was a daughter of the late Jessie and Maggie (Croswell) Armstrong. Voncille worked inside the home and raised her family in Roby where she was a lifelong resident after she married Raymond Driver in Roby on September 24, 1938. Her pastime consisted of cross-stitch, quilting and making afghans. Voncille belonged to the Eastern Star and was a member of the First Baptist Church.
She is preceded in death by her husband, parents, one sister (Edna Terry) and three brothers (Henry, Bill and Loyd Armstrong).
Survivors include: two sons and daughters-in-law...nine grandchildren; twenty great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. 
ARMSTRONG, Voncille (I61549)
 
179 * Inventory of the estate of William Duty Senr, dec'd, which came to the hand sof Solomon Dorsett his executor was recorded in Book B, pg 97 - taken 10 Nov 1815
* The account of the sale of William Duty, dec'd Estate includes the following purchasers: Duly (or Duty?) Dorsett, Solomon Dorsett, Edmon Adcock, John Adcock, William Dorsett, William Duty, James Marsh, and John Adcock - returned November Term 1816 
DUTY, William Sr. (I419278)
 
180 * Fall Term 1849 - Petition of Amos Plott, Admin of the estate of J.J. Janes, dec'd against Eliza Jane Janes, widow of the said intestate and Malcolmb (?) Nancy Evaline Janes (no commas) his minor children and heirs at law. He is humbly complaining and showeth unto the March Term of this Court 1849 took out letters of administration on the estate of the said J.J. Janes, dec'd. Upon examination of the estate, he finds that the goods and chattles belonging to the dec'd will be insufficient to pay all the debts of the dec'd. The intestate J.J. Janes died seized and possessed of a valuable tract of land in said county situated on the waters of Johnathan's (?) Creek, adjoining the lands of Daniel Killian, John Davis and Mrs (?) Lurthuns (?), containing about 740 acres and another tract of land adjoining the lands of Daniel Killiam and containing 75 acres more or less. The said intestate also held a bond for title for 200 acres of land from James R. Love which lies on the branch above the plantation where James Janes formerly lived, and adjoining the land when the said James Janes formerly lived and the lands of Danl Killian. The said widow Eliza Jane is entitled to her dower in the said tracts of land. That 200 acres of the lower end of the first named tract was sold off and conveyed by James Janes Senr before it was conveyed to the said Jeff.. (there is a line through this) J. Janes __ (? to/& ?) John John Davis/ The the said Jefferson (the efferson portion is lined out or written over). J. Janes did execute a mortgage on said lands, which is yet unpaid. The petitioner requested the court appt a guardian ad litem for the said minors Malcolm, Nancy and Evaline (Eoaline?), the heirs at law amd the said Eliza Jane, widow may be made a party to this petition. 27 Sept 1849 JANES, Grandson Jefferson John of Haywood Co., NC (I58865)
 
181 * Minor heirs of George W. Williforfd, dec'd - guaridan's bond shows that Samuel Ball, with WIlliam J. Gray and Porter Rickman as securities, was appt guaridan of Wilie Williford a minor under the age of 21, on 5 May 1879.
* Petition of Samuel H. Ball, who respectfully states that Willie Williford is a minor of about the age of six, a resident of Lawrence Co., AR and has interest in a certain real estate lying in Lawrence and Sharp Counties. That the siad minor needs a guardian to look after "his" interest in such real estate which is worth about $350. He requests that he be appt guardian. (no date)
* Receipt of ward - 7 Jan 1891 - Sam. H. Ball, my guaridan the sum of $547.38 in full of all sums of money or, other property coming to me from him as such guardian, signed Willie Janes, formerly Willie Williford and B.A. Janes, her husband
* Public notice was given that Sam H. Ball had made an account between himesel and Willie Williford, a minor, for the purpose of final settlement and it was filed in the Probate Court of Lawrence county (Western District) and he would be applying to make leave of his guardianship at the July Term 1891 and to be discharged from his guardianship. It was published in the Black Rock Republican on 24 Apr, 1 May and 8 May of 1891. 
WILLIFORD, Willie (I61933)
 
182 * The list of property of James Denton, by Frances Denton Admx is dated 14 Apr 1864
* Dowers Petition for dowers division dated 2 Mar 1866 shows Frances Denton, widow of James Denton and states the heirs at law were Mary & James Denton - the land adjoined John Richards and Pemberton Mitchell
* Order to lay off dowers third of James B. Denton, dec'd lists his widow as Frances Hodge, formerly Frances Denton - dated 22 Oct 1866
* Survey of land dated 22 Oct 1866 shows the land adjoined Michells corner, Richard's line, Norris' Creek, P. Mithcell's corner, and contained 100 acres more or less - the dower received 33 1/2 acres
* An "Execution Against Property" in the file is dated 23 June 1869 and shows Francis Denton, now Francis Hodge, as the Administratrix of James Denton
 
DENTON, James B. (I63053)
 
183 ** Joshua R. Shirley signed on 19 Jul 1862 for his share of the estate of Joshua Shirley, dec'd - his guaridan at the time was lsited as Gabriel Shirley, Admr of the estate - signed J.R. Shirley
** On 2 Feb 1863 a petition for the final settlment and discharged Gabriel Shirley as guardian of Joshua R. Shirley, an heir of Joshua Shirley, dec'd. - recorded and ordered 9 May 1863. 
SHIRLEY, Joshua R. (I425189)
 
184 ** Page at the front of the file show the following names associated with the file: Levonia Wiggin, E.M. Grones, Zenos Robinson, F. Jones, Thomas J. Wiggin, Thomas J. Wiggin Jr., Horace M. Wiggin, Amanda Wiggin, John T. Ellis, Dr. Benj Ellis, Frank Jones and Henry T. Wiggin
** Lavonia Wiggin was the widow and admin of the estate of Thomas D. Wiggin, dec'd; Heirs Thomas J. Wiggin, Horace M. Wiggin, Amanda L. Wiggin, Frank Jones and Henry T. Wiggin
** File includes his will (see will book abstraction) - will was proven on oath of M.M. Rowan, James M. Dowdle and W.L. Wells on 5 July 1858
** June Term 1867 - petition of Thomas J. Wiggins, showeth that Thomas D. Wiggins late of said county, departed this life on the ___ day of June 1858, leaving bothe real and personal property, and that his last will and testament was probated at the July term of this court in the year 1858. He shows that for nine years all of the said parities failed or refused to qualify as executors of said last will and said estate has remained virtually unresolved. He represents that he is the only surviving child of the aforesaid dec'd Thomas D. Wiggins. His late brother has minor children: Horace M. & Amanda L. Wiggins. He asks for letters of admin to be granted to him so he can administrate further. Dated 3 June 1867
** An order was given to the sheriff of Lowndes Co., MS to summon Levonia Wiggin, E.M. Groves and Zena (?) Robinson to appear on 1 July 1867 to answer to the petiion of Thomas Wiggin for appointment as admin of the estate of Thomas D. Wiggin, dec'd
** Petition of Thomas Wiggin filled in Lowndes Co. court for letters of admin in the estate of Thomas D. Wiggin, dec'd on 1 July 1867. A motion was made that he would need cash for his security.
** Livonia Wiggin, with F. Jones security, was appt admin on 6 Jan 1870 in the estate of Thomas D. Wiggin, dec'd 
WIGGIN, Thomas D. (I425289)
 
185 ** widow listed as Mrs. Sarah A. Shirley
** S.A. Shirley represents that her husband Joshua R. Shirley, lately departed this life leaving an estate which should be administered. She does not desire to be the administratrix, but recomments Gabriel Shirley, brother of the said dec'd, be appointed. Dated 9 Jan 1863
** Joshua R. Shirley is listed as dec'd by 20 Feb 1863
** On 8 Sept 1863, Gabriel Shirley admin of the estate of Joshua R. Shirley, dec'd, gave his final account and final settment of the said estate. He noted that he had not collected on the notes mentioned in the said estate because of the depreciatio of the currency and the heirs at law were willing to take the notes in lieu of money. The heirs at law of the said dec'd are Sarah A. Shirley, the widow of the dec'd, who has never been allowed her years provision which should be done before the final settlement. The dec'd left no heirs of his body, but a brother of the whole blood Richard W. Shirley and two sisters of the whole blood, viz: Hulda Mann a widow living in Choctaw Co. in the state; Nancy Spruil wife of Martin Spruil living in Calhoun Co. in this state, the said Richard being a citizen of this county.
** Richard W. Shirley signed for his distributinve share of the estate of Joshua R. Shirley on 24 Oct 1863 
SHIRLEY, Joshua R. (I425189)
 
186 ** A. W. McConnell, swore that Lemma James died intestate and that he will well and truly administer the estate of the said dec'd. - dated 5 Mar 1894
** Bill of Sale of the Real Estaet of Lemuel James, de'cd, sold on first Tuesday in December 1894 for cash - 5 December 1894, home place of said dec'd containing 22 2/10 acres more or less - sold to Lemuel T. Phillips for $175.50 - registered 29 July 1895
** Final Return of A.W. McConnell, Admin of the Estate of Lemuel James, de'cd made 15 Jul 1895 - voucher 14 was for $81.15 to D.W. & S.L. Phillips being "in full of my distributive share in said estate"; voucher 15 was for $165.00 to D. W. Phillips in full for the settlement of the case of D.W. Phillips vs A.W. McDonnel Admr of said dec'd in county court, July term 1895 - the other vouchers paid out of the estate are much smaller for notes on estate and expenses for settling the estate - it is not noted that the final two vouchers were for a legacy or their inheritance 
JAMES, Lemuel "Lemmie" (I421346)
 
187 ** Complaint of Benjamin M. Enloe, Lucius H. Enloe, Thomas J. (or I.?) Enloe, and James J. Enloe, infants by their next friend Benjamin M. Enloe and wife of Haywood Co., NC against Rachel Janes of Burke Co., NC. Complaining orator humbly showeth that about 8 years ago or more, Thomas Janes late of Burke Co., NC departed this life intestate, seized and possessed of a considerable real and personal estate and left him surviving the defendant Rachel Janes his widow and Nancy G. Janes, Jane __ Janes, Mary F. Janes, Angelina Janes, James Janes, Andrew & McQuarter Janes his children and heirs at law & distributees. John Hardin was duly appt admin of said personal estate and your orator Benjamin M. Enloe intermarried with the said Jane ___ (I can't make this initial out. It looks like a 5 or a 6) Janes, one of said children and heirs at law and distributee, by whom he had the complainants Lucius H. Thomas J & James J. Enloe, infants. Jane departed this life in July last and the orator has since intermarried with his present wife Mary F. an other of said children, heir at law and distributee. That the said defendant Rachael after the death of her said husband Thomas Janes and before the appt of a guardian for the said children and heirs at law (all of whom were infants) took into her possession all the lands of which her said husband died seized and leased a part to the said John Hardin for mining purposes that he made much gold on and paid to the said Rachael $200 as rent for the use of said land, the payment was in the form negroe girl who was swapped for out. The defendant Rachael lately sold off her property in this county that she cannot carry away and is proposing to remove to the state of MS. That she has never payed the said sum of $200, or any part of it, and she owes an equal share with the said children. Benjamin M. Enloe in right of his said wife Mary F. are entitled to one seventh part of said negroes and the said infants are entitled to a one seventh part. Filed 31 Oct 1840 (back of packet dated Spring Term 1841) JANES, Thomas of Burke Co., NC (I420755)
 
188 ** Complaint of Benjamin M. Enloe, Lucius H. Enloe, Thomas J. (or I.?) Enloe, and James J. Enloe, infants by their next friend Benjamin M. Enloe and wife of Haywood Co., NC against Rachel Janes of Burke Co., NC. Complaining orator humbly showeth that about 8 years ago or more, Thomas Janes late of Burke Co., NC departed this life intestate, seized and possessed of a considerable real and personal estate and left him surviving the defendant Rachel Janes his widow and Nancy G. Janes, Jane __ Janes, Mary F. Janes, Angelina Janes, James Janes, Andrew & McQuarter Janes his children and heirs at law & distributees. John Hardin was duly appt admin of said personal estate and your orator Benjamin M. Enloe intermarried with the said Jane ___ (I can't make this initial out. It looks like a 5 or a 6) Janes, one of said children and heirs at law and distributee, by whom he had the complainants Lucius H. Thomas J & James J. Enloe, infants. Jane departed this life in July last and the orator has since intermarried with his present wife Mary F. an other of said children, heir at law and distributee. That the said defendant Rachael after the death of her said husband Thomas Janes and before the appt of a guardian for the said children and heirs at law (all of whom were infants) took into her possession all the lands of which her said husband died seized and leased a part to the said John Hardin for mining purposes that he made much gold on and paid to the said Rachael $200 as rent for the use of said land, the payment was in the form negroe girl who was swapped for out. The defendant Rachael lately sold off her property in this county that she cannot carry away and is proposing to remove to the state of MS. That she has never payed the said sum of $200, or any part of it, and she owes an equal share with the said children. Benjamin M. Enloein right of his said wife Mary F. are entitled to one seventh part of said negroes and the said infants are entitled to a one seventh part. Filed 31 Oct 1840 (back of packet dated Spring Term 1841) ENLOE, Benjamin M. (I420764)
 
189 ** Widows petition for years allowance by Susan Elliott, widow of Samuel Elliott, dec'd - Dated 17 Mar 1882 - signed by her mark Susan "x" Elliott
** Report of Commissioners for Petition of Year's Support - Locke TWP, Rowan Co., NC - in the matter of Susan Ann Elliott, widow of Samuel Elliott, dec'd - commissioners W.M. Kincaid, M.A. Bost and Edmond Seaford (Seafore?) - dated 21 Mar 1882 
ELLIOTT, Samuel (I424912)
 
190 ** One of the documents listed the heirs of Martin Franks, dec'd as: Mrs. Martha Mcreynals (another document says Franks) living in Lamar Co., AL 14 or 15 miles east of Columbus post office mid creek; Martial (?) Franks, dec'd heirs living in Choctaw Co., MS the number of heirs not known, nor post office; Robert Franks heirs living in AR the names Lindsey, Laney, Clementine and Hamilton Franks, post office Clarendon, Monroe Co., AR; Gabriel Franks heirs: James, Sarah, Lee (there are no commas, so it could be Sarah Lee), William/Willian, living in AR same post office as Clarendon, Monroe Co.
** Polly Franks was the admin of the estate of Martin Franks, dec'd - Gabriel Shirley and Henry Barrentine as securities - dated 9 Aug 1875
** Receipt for coffin and case shows the date 16 Jun 1875
** Polly Franks, gave an annual account of the estate of Martin Franks, dec'd in 1877 - signed by her mark Polly * Franks on 15 Sept 1877.
** Petition of Polly Franks a resident of Lowndes Co., MS shows that Martin Franks, late fo said county, departed this life on or about 14 June 1875, leaving no will, but she believes he died seized and possessed of a small real and personal estate. The said deceased left one other heir and distributee Mrs. ____ (blank) M^crenolds living in Sanford Co., AL. The petitioner belives the said estate should be immediately administered as well - signed by her mark Polly + Franks - dated 9 Aug 1875 
FRANKS, Martin (I425359)
 
191 7 Sept 1824 - Inventory of the property of Stephen Bobbitt, Senr - proven in open court Feb 1825
Nov 1824 - Ordered that Sterling Johnson, Burwell Vaughan, Wm W. Vaughan, Xanthus (?) Snow & Sherwood Sledge or any three of them be appointed commissioners to divide the negroes belonging to the estate of Stephen Bobbbett, dec'd among those entitiled and report to next court.
1 Dec 1824 - Sale of the property of Steaphen Bobbitt, Senr, dec'd by John Bobbitt's Executor - purchasers included: Zachariah Shearin, William Thrift, Gardner Shearin, Sterling Johnson, Francis Riggan, William Shearin, John E. Harriss, James Y. Harriss, Curtis Hardy, Arthur Bobbitt, John A. Newell, Joseph Riggan, Elisha Shearin, Zachariah Pegram, Thomas A. Judkins, Lenard Harriss, Henry Harriss, Harry Bobbitt, Lemuel C. Newsom, John Bobbitt, Thomas J.C. Monford, Wood Shearin, William W. Vaughan, John B. Newsom, Kinchon Harriss, William D. Little, Steaphan Bobbitt - proven Feb 1825
17 Dec 1824 - Agreeably to an order from the court of Warren Co., NC, to us directed, being appointed to divide the negroes of Steaphen Bobbitt Senr, dec'd. equally between the heirs of the said Bobbitt, we have made the following division (to wit): No. 6 Harriss Bobbitt; No. 3 Arthur Bobbitt; No. 8 Polly Shearin; No. 5 Steaphan Bobbitt; No. 7 Drury Bobbitt; No. 4 Nancy Newell; No. 2 Amy ? {{Befferin, Pefefuie, I think they are f's and not double s's, but not sure}}; No. 9 John Bobbitt ; No. 1 ____a Manford - signed W.W. Vaughan, Shirwood Sledge and by his mark Sterling "X" Johnson - proven and recorded Feb 1825 
BOBBITT, Stephen J. (I19566)
 
192 Asenath Slafter was born at Mansfield, Connecticut, Aug 18, 1796. Her parents, Eleazer and Eunice Fenton Slafter were also born and raised in that same town. At 36 she married Josiah Janes on Dec. 6, 1832. Twin boys were born to her on March 12, 1834, but they only lived a few days. On March 8, 1835 their daughter Henrietta was born and she was their last child.
About 1839 they heard the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. Josiah read the Book of Mormon through, hardly putting it down, and then immediately applied for baptism into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Some two years later Asenath and her mother and two younger sisters Julia and Lucinda also were baptized into that religion.
The extended family, including her mother and sisters, moved to join the saints in Nauvoo, Illinois, arriving there in May, 1841. Their daughter Henrietta later remember seeing the Prophet Joseph Smith several times before he was martyred on June 27, 1844. Shortly thereafter, Josiah also died in Sept., 1844. The three generations of women were now alone, and Asenath remarried Samuel Bent in the Nauvoo Temple. He had been a preacher in the Congregationalist Church before joining the saints in Kirtland, Ohio. Soon after the exodus of the saints from Nauvoo, President Brigham Young appointed Samuel to be the presiding Elder at Garden Grove. He remained there until his death on August 16, 1846. Asenath and the family did not accompany him to Garden Grove but remained in Nauvoo until October, 1846. The reason for their delay was the sickness and death of Lucinda who passed away in September.
Asenath was now husbandless again and faced the great journey westward with her aged mother and daughter.
She was very poor and so had no equipment for the journey. Thus, she had to wait on the west bank of the Mississippi for four weeks before they other teams provided them transportation. They arrived in Garden Grove in mid-November, and stayed there nine months until they got more help to go to Council Bluffs, Iowa. There they stayed for another four years. While there, Asenath's mother died in 1848 at the age of 81. She had suffered much in her old age for the gospel. Now Asenath and Henrietta were alone.
On Dec. 5, 1848, Asenath married Benjamin Gibson for time only. This marriage proved to be a failure, so they separated. The great opportunity to go west came in 1852. They left Council Bluffs in June and arrived in September. Henrietta, now 17, walked nearly the entire distance. They lived in Union Fort in 1854 where Henrietta met her husband, Isaiah Cox. Asenath lived with them, and passed away in St. George, Utah, on Oct. 5, 1867. 
SLAFTER, Aseneth (I68065)
 
193 Confederate Pension Applications & Widow Pension, Georgia 1879-1960
Note: Name: John William Lindsey County: Fulton Approx. Application Year: 1917 Application Type: Soldier Archive collection name: Pension Applications of Confederate Soldiers and Widows Archive Collection #: GCP-198 Number of Images in Packet: 11
According to his penison filing in 1917, John Was wounded on Oct 2nd 1863 at Greenville and was unable to return to duty. Have not been able to locate this skirmish in Battle Dates of the US Civil War. Some researchers state that he was wounded at Spotsylvania Courthouse, but that was in May of 1864 and he stated he did not return to service after 1863 
LINDSEY, Judge John William CSA (I352750)
 
194 Funeral services for Frank Farrow Jaynes, 73, were conducted in the chapel of Bells Funeral Home Monday, May 3, 1993 at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Bill Harrell officiating. Burial was at Walnut Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Jaynes died Sunday, May 2, at 12:05 a.m. following a two-and-a-half-year illness. 
JAYNES, Frank Farrow "Frankie" (I62788)
 
195 George Harmon died intestate between 1899 and 1900. It took years for his estate to be settled and some of his heirs even died during the probate of his esate. Since he died intestate, without issue, his estate (after the dowers portion) reverted to his siblings or their heirs. Several of George's siblings are not mentioned and we can only surmise this is because those are siblings who George may not have even known really. George as born about 1831 from Littleton's second marriage and many of those thought to be his older siblings left NC/TN before George was an adult. He was about 4 years old when his brother Henry moved off to AR; at this time little is known of his brother John after 1830; his brother William was living in IL by 1831; and by 1839 his sister Nancy had moved off to MO. Certainly these siblings were most likely long forgotten by the citizens in the area by 1899, and while some of the nieces and nephews may have known their names, it is probable the great nieces and nephews may not have known.
In fact of those mentioned as having locations/residence unknown, they were the siblings who had stayed in the Dickson/Hickman Co., TN area at least until after the Civil War. It also probably didn't help that by the time George was dec'd all of his known siblings (via circumstantial or proven) were deceased, as were many of their children. The estate went to a few nieces and nephews, but primarily to great nieces and nephews and was divided up in to sizes as small as 1/315 & 1/189.
Basically the estate was divided into seven shares:
* 1/7 to the heirs of Charlotte Harmon, who m. Columbus Potter & whos whereabouts were unknown
* 1/7 to the heirs of Tabitha or Tabby Harmon, who m. a Sharron and whos whereabouts were unknown
* 1/7 to the heirs of Bettie Harmon, who m. Kendrick Myatt
* 1/7 to the heirs of Sallie Harmon, who m. Eli White
 
HARMON, George H. (I7280)
 
196 household of Benjamin Yarborough 1-1-1 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 1 free white male under 16; 1 free white female YARBROUGH, Benjamin of Moore Co., NC (I11169)
 
197 Jephtha Jeans, dealer in fresh meats at Winters, Yolo County, is a son of B. F. Jeans. Both his parents were natives of Kentucky, and he was born in Pike County, Missouri, June 28, 1842. In 1866, he came overland to California, stopping at Vacaville two months and then locating at Smith's Landing, where he purchased a band of dairy cows, drove them to the Humboldt River, and wintered there, but in the spring of 1860 went to Idaho and ran a dairy for three and a half months. Disposing of his stock there he returned to Vacaville and was engaged in the butcher business there three years, when he sold out, in 1875, and located in Winters, where he now conducts a neat butcher shop, or meat market, doing a good business. The town of Winters was started during the spring preceeding the autumn in which he settled there.
He was married in Solano County in 1874 to Miss A. Starks, and they have four children, named Frank L., Ida, Mabel and Robert H. She died in 1881 and he afterward married Mrs. Swan and by this marriage there is one child, Veda by name.
Source: Memorial & Biographical History of Northern California, The Lewis Publishing Co., 1891, Page 655 - Transcribed by: Christine Helmick 
JEANS, Jeptha (I14838)
 
198 line 10 household of Joseph Glosson - includes a male 26-45, 2 males under 10, 1 female 16-26 and 2 females under 10
line 17 household of Saml Glosson includes a male 26 - 45 (the females are way off in alignment, but it is possible his household includes 1 female 10-16 and that is all. However, it could include more females than that, including one who is 45 & up.) 
GLOSSON, Samuel of Chatham Co., NC (I7510)
 
199 line 10 household of Joseph Glosson - includes a male 26-45, 2 males under 10, 1 female 16-26 and 2 females under 10
line 17 household of Saml Glosson includes a male 26 - 45 (the females are way off in alignment, but it is possible his household includes 1 female 10-16 and that is all. However, it could include more females than that, including one who is 45 & up.) 
GLOSSON, Joseph Jr. / of Chatham Co., NC (I7513)
 
200 line 12 - household of Peter Stout includes: 1 male 16 & up
line 17 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 3 males 16 & up, 5 males under 16 and 6 females
line 23 - household of Samuel Stout includes: 1 male 16 & up and 1 female 
STOUT, Samuel of Randolph Co., NC (I417339)
 

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