Unzipping the Jean Roots

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

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201 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 (I417359)
 
202 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, Peter (I417360)
 
203 line 15 - household of Elisha Yarbrough 1-0-2-0-4-7 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 2 free white females; 4 slave
line 16 - household of Nathan Yarbrough 1-0-1-0-0-2 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 1 free white females
line 17 - household of Joseph Yarbrough 2-2-2-0-0-6 >> 2 free white males of 16 years of age; 2 free white males under 16; 2 free white females 
YARBROUGH, Nathan (I11299)
 
204 line 15 - household of Elisha Yarbrough 1-0-2-0-4-7 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 2 free white females; 4 slave
line 16 - household of Nathan Yarbrough 1-0-1-0-0-2 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 1 free white females
line 17 - household of Joseph Yarbrough 2-2-2-0-0-6 >> 2 free white males of 16 years of age; 2 free white males under 16; 2 free white females 
YARBROUGH, Joseph (I11306)
 
205 line 15 - household of Elisha Yarbrough 1-0-2-0-4-7 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 2 free white females; 4 slave
line 16 - household of Nathan Yarbrough 1-0-1-0-0-2 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 1 free white females
line 17 - household of Joseph Yarbrough 2-2-2-0-0-6 >> 2 free white males of 16 years of age; 2 free white males under 16; 2 free white females 
YARBROUGH, Elisha (I416211)
 
206 line 15 - household of Lewis Yarbrough 1-2-5-0-0-8 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 2 free white males under 16, 5 free white females YARBROUGH, Question? Lewis WARNING!!! RELATIONSHIP UNKNOWN/UNPROVEN (I416244)
 
207 line 17 - household of Joseph Yarborough 1-2-4-0-1 >> 1 free white male of 16 years of age; 2 free white males under 16; 4 free white females; 1 slave YARBROUGH, Joseph of Cumberland Co., NC (I416163)
 
208 line 20 household of William James Jr includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 16-26, 3 females under 10
line 22 household of William James (?) Sr includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 18-26, 1 male 16-18 and 1 female 45 & up
line 29 household of Thomas Jaines includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10 and 1 female 16-26 
JAMES, William of Russell Co., VA (I72098)
 
209 line 20 household of William James Jr includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 16-26, 3 females under 10
line 22 household of William James (?) Sr includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 18-26, 1 male 16-18 and 1 female 45 & up
line 29 household of Thomas Jaines includes: 1 male 26-45, 1 male under 10 and 1 female 16-26 
JAMES, William (I72105)
 
210 line 6 - household of Noah Buchannon includes: 1 male 30-40, 2 (?) males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 male under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 5-10 and 1 female under 5
line 7 - household of Nathan Yarboro includes: 1 male 80-90, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 15-20 and 1 female 50-60 
YARBROUGH, Nathan (I11299)
 
211 line 6 - household of Noah Buchannon includes: 1 male 30-40, 2 (?) males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 male under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 5-10 and 1 female under 5
line 7 - household of Nathan Yarboro includes: 1 male 80-90, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 15-20 and 1 female 50-60 
BUCHANAN, Noah (I15133)
 
212 Mrs. Matilda Jane Millard, daughter of Herod and Sarah Jane Phillips, was born October 14, 1858, at Dover, Arkansas. She died at her home on German Hill, this city, Sunday evening, December 20, 1942, at the age of 84 years, two months and six days. She had been gradually failing in health during the past
year or so and for about two years her daughter Ethel, Mrs. George Smith, had stayed at her home and cared for her. During the past couple of weeks Mrs. Smith was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Schultz, of Janesville.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church Rev. H.A. Allison officiating. The song service was given by Mrs. M.H. Moen, with Mrs. Jennie White as accompanist.
Pallbearers were Carl Faulkner, Clarence E. Reiels, James Tollefson, Mr. M.H. Moen, Eilert Hagen and Aleck Gunderson. Patriotic organizations of which she was a member attended the service. Interment was made in the family lot in Riverside.
Born in Dover, she was married there in February 1877 to Byron Aubrey Millard, who had come originally from Pennsylvania but who had been living in Black River Falls. He was a Civil War veteran, having enlisted from Springfield, Illinois. They lived in Arkansas for eleven years, moving to La Crosse in 1888, making part of the trip by covered wagon. They made their home for ten years in La Crosse, and then moved to Black River falls in 1898, and this had since been her home. Mr. Millard passed away in February 1900.
Mrs. Millard is survived by one son and one daughter: Ethel, Mrs. George Smith, Black River Falls; and Dr. George Millard, of Wisconsin Rapids. She also leaves eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, besides other relatives and many friends. Her husband and five daughters had preceded her in death: Maude Ellen at the age of 14 years; Minnie Margaret at the age of 15 years; Mary Pauline at the age of 24 years; and two married daughters, Sarah Jane, Mrs. Jake Longway, died in Menomonie, and Matilda, Mrs. Albert Smith, here. Mrs. Millard had cared for them all except Mrs. Longway during their last
illnesses.
In spite of the troubles that had come to her during her long life she was always cheerful. She enjoyed people, and was interested in the affairs of her community. When she was able to get out she was a faithful member of the Methodist church, the Woman's Relief Corp, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion Auxiliaries and also of the German Hill Sewing Club, which she always attended and always enjoyed. She had even planned on attending its Christmas party the first part of December but was unable to do so. She was a good neighbor and enjoyed her neighbors and friends, as they did her. She was a
colorful character, and the years of her long life had been filled with activity. She will be fondly remembered by her family and friends.
Among those from away who attended her funeral were her son, Dr. Millard, of Wisconsin Rapids; granddaughters, Mrs. J.J. Irwin, of Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Mrs. Margaret Schultz, of Janesville; and grandson, Jake Longway, of Camp Crowder, Mo. 
PHILLIPS, Matilda Jane (I64816)
 
213 Page 59, line 1 - household of John Mathis includes 1 male 20-30, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30 and 1 female under 5
Page 61, line 4 - household of Stephen Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 15-20
Page 66, line 1 - household of Andrew Bailey includes 1 male 40-50, 1 male 16-20, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 2 - household of John S. Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 3 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 2 females 5-10, 1 female under 5
Page 66, line 16 - household of Sidney P. Brantley includes 1 male 60-70, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 17 - Larkin N. Brantley includes 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 67, line 14 - household of Augustus Baily includes 1 male 30-40, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5 
MATHIS, John Lewis Sr. (I5617)
 
214 Page 59, line 1 - household of John Mathis includes 1 male 20-30, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30 and 1 female under 5
Page 61, line 4 - household of Stephen Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 15-20
Page 66, line 1 - household of Andrew Bailey includes 1 male 40-50, 1 male 16-20, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 2 - household of John S. Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 3 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 2 females 5-10, 1 female under 5
Page 66, line 16 - household of Sidney P. Brantley includes 1 male 60-70, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 17 - Larkin N. Brantley includes 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 67, line 14 - household of Augustus Baily includes 1 male 30-40, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5 
BRANTLEY, Larkin Newby s/o James Brantley & Lettice "Letty" Newby (I9702)
 
215 Page 59, line 1 - household of John Mathis includes 1 male 20-30, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30 and 1 female under 5
Page 61, line 4 - household of Stephen Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 15-20
Page 66, line 1 - household of Andrew Bailey includes 1 male 40-50, 1 male 16-20, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 2 - household of John S. Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 3 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 2 females 5-10, 1 female under 5
Page 66, line 16 - household of Sidney P. Brantley includes 1 male 60-70, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 17 - Larkin N. Brantley includes 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 67, line 14 - household of Augustus Baily includes 1 male 30-40, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5 
BAILEY, Augustus (I417730)
 
216 Page 59, line 1 - household of John Mathis includes 1 male 20-30, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30 and 1 female under 5
Page 61, line 4 - household of Stephen Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 15-20
Page 66, line 1 - household of Andrew Bailey includes 1 male 40-50, 1 male 16-20, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 2 - household of John S. Bailey includes 1 male 30-40, 3 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 2 females 5-10, 1 female under 5
Page 66, line 16 - household of Sidney P. Brantley includes 1 male 60-70, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 2 females under 5
Page 66, line 17 - Larkin N. Brantley includes 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5
Page 67, line 14 - household of Augustus Baily includes 1 male 30-40, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10, 2 females under 5 
BRANTLEY, Sidney P. (I417842)
 
217 pg 346 - Whereas I Parham Jean of Franklin Co., NC - will my real and personal estate to Emily Jean, my wife for as long as she lives, then estate to be divided betwen Loran Jean and Sally M. Jean, after giving to Gilfor Jean one dollar and Astar (??? it is written over) Jean one dollar, and at the decease of Loran Janes (?) Jean and Sally M. Jean then to their ___ (?) heirs. Burwell Baker shall act as exect. - signed this 12 Jan 1884 - Parham Jeans (or Jeane?), witness: Bartlett Medlen, Burwell Baker & Joseph J. Williams
pg 347 - last will and testament of Parham Jean, dec'd exhibited in court by Burwell Baker, the executor - 5 Jan 1885 
JEANS, Parham (I9824)
 
218 Prescott Evening Courier 29 June 1901
Deputy Sheriff Burdett, of Holbrook, who was in this city yesterday, says that the county seat of Navajo county is very much excited over the recent strike of artesian water 15 miles above the town.
Prescott Evening Courier 18 Sept 1901
when Deputy Sheriff Burdett went to give the prisoners their breakfast Tuesday morning, he found a surprise awaiting him. The prisoners had cut the bolts which held the lower bar to the door, and after removing the bar used it to try to force the door open. The upper bar passes through the lever box in such a way that the prisoners could not get at it, and they were unable to spring the door out more than about two inches; consequently they failed to get out of the cage. Holbrook Argus.
Prescott Evening Courier 31 Oct 1901
The penitentiary has been recruiting its inmates this week. Joe Dial came in from Graham county last Saturday with four prisoners, Sheriff Murphy, of Tucson, brought down foru on Monday; Sheriff Stont, of Phoenix, added two Sunday; and sheriff F. P. Sechrist and Deputy J. P. Burdett arrived Sunday with Apache county's cotribution (sic) of five. Yuma Sun. 
BURDETT, John Pinkney (I72452)
 
219 Robert Henry Gean, who lived at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Cecil Jackson at 1597 Lewellen Drive, died at 8 p.m. last night at Methodist Hospital. Memphis Funeral Home of Union has charge.
Mr. Gean, who was 84, was a retired farmer. He was a charter member of Graceland Baptist Church.
He leaves four other daughters, Mrs. W.A. Herrond and Miss Juanita Gean, both of 1338 Ashville, Dr, Mrs. Wade Ward of Memphis and Mrs. William Campbell of Blytheville, AR; a son George Robert GEan of 1474 Ranger Drive, 14 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. 
GEAN, Robert Henry "Bob" (I17084)
 
220 W. F. JEANS, poultryman near Woodland, was born in Vacaville, Solano County, this State, March 18, 1854, a son of T.J. and Isabel (Hoyle) Jeans. Father was a farmer by occupation, lived in Missouri, his native State, until 1851, when he came over-land to California. A short time afterward he returned to Missouri, and in 1853 recrossed the plains to the Golden State. He is now a resident of Woodland, aged sixty-seven years. The subject of this sketch was brought up on the farm, but since the age of seventeen years he has been employed with machinery, in which a [sic] has exhibited great talent. He has invented a number of useful devices which have been patented, and some are in use in the large harvesters of the coast. One of these is a spreader, operating upon the grain going to the machine, and is considered almost indispensable nowadays. The patent right is now owned by Byron Jackson of San Francisco. Another device is a sack-holder, now in use two years, which saves one man's labor in connection with the harvester. For the past year, however, Mr. Jeans has been giving his attention to the raising of thoroughbred chickens, --White Leghorns and Plymouth Rock, --at his place two miles southwest of Woodland. Both varieties are of the single-comb strain. Mr. Jeans has also invented an incubator, which promises to be a success; it will soon be placed upon the market.
He was married in 1887 to Miss Lottie Copland, a native of California. Their children are Jessie and Raymond. Mr. Jeans is a member of the I.O.G.T., at Woodland.
Source: Memorial & Biographical History of Northern California, The Lewis Publishing Co., 1891 - Transcribed by: Betty Wilson August 2004 
JEANS, William Francis (I24231)
 
221 "Amanda E. Jean, died at her home in this city Wednesday morning May 17th, 1905 of that dreaded disease consumption, from which she had been suffering for several years. Her maiden name was Ahl and she was born in Breckenridge county, Kentucky, November 3, 1859.
Mrs. Jean was twice married, her first husband being a Mr. Norton, who died a year or two after their marriage. In April 1896 she was married a second time to J. M. Jean. To this union two children, a daughter and son, were born.
The deceased was a good woman, quiet in disposition and made many friends. She was a member of the M.E. church, the pastor, F. M. VanTreese conducting the services at the family residence at 3 p.m. Friday. Two of her sisters, Mrs. Linda Beaven of Cloverport, Ky., and Mrs. Eliza Holmes of Evansville, Ind., were here and took care of her during the last month of her sickness. The latter sister will take care of the two children. Interment was made in the Robinson Cemetery." 
AHL, Amanda Emeline (I23076)
 
222 "In 1803, Malachi along with his brother Thomas and their families moved to Clermont County, Ohio."
"Malichi's life is a bit of mystery as Malachi moves to Iowa around 1810. He returns to Ohio by 1820, but he is in the Mississippi census from 1830 to 1840 and ends up in Alabama by 1850 married to Nancy ???? . Nancy was born in 1780. It us unknown when Malachi and Nancy married but it is likely that it was in the 1820's." 
MEDARIS, Malachi (I22520)
 
223 "One of America's leading impressionist painters, a California landscape artist, many of them florals featuring poppies and lupines. He was a deaf mute after losing his hearing at age 2-1/2 to scarlet fever. Educated at California School for the Deaf in Berkeley. He later studied painting in Paris, France.
He became friends with the actor Charlie Chaplin who he helped in perfecting his pantomime technique. Chaplin gave Redmond a studio on the movie lot, collected many of his paintings, and sponsored him in silent acting roles, including playing the sculptor in "City Lights" and a feature part in "You'd Be Surprised."
In 1899 Redmond married Carrie Ann Jean of Sullivan, Crawford, Illinois, also a deaf mute, and they had three children, Jean Granville, Helen and Hiram.
His parents were Charles C. Redmond and Elizabeth L. Buck." 
REDMOND, Granville Seymour (I23075)
 
224 "Since his father died when he was 12 years old, he was basically raised by his grandmother, Bridget Polk Clegg, with whom he was living on the 1850 census."
"Served as a Sgt., Co. G, in the 5th (63rd) NC Cavalry during the War Between the States. Served throughout the entire war, fighting in the following battles: Brandy Station, (where he had his horse shot out from under him), 3rd day at Gettysburg,Mine Run Campaign, Wilderness Campaign, Spotsylvania Campaign, Yellow Tavern (while Stuart was fighting the battle of Yellow Tavern near Richmond, the 5th NC Cav was harassing Sheridan's rear guard at the skirmish at Ground Squirrel Bridge), Haw's Shop, Ream's Station, Petersburg siege, Wade Hampton's Beefsteak Raid, Five Forks. Lee used the 5th as the rear guard of the rear guard to cover the retreat of the Army of Northern VA following Five Forks, and they were destroyed as a unit by a Division of Cavalry under Custer at the "Battle" of Namozine Church, fought the day after Five Forks. Henry returned to Avent's Ferry in April of 1865, where he was "captured" by elements of Sherman's Army, which was occupying the area at the time." 
AVENT, Henry Evans (I10891)
 
225 * page 33 - April Term 1834 - Annual account of Mary Humphreys, Adminstratrix of the estate of William Humphreys
* page 69 - April Term 1835 - Ordered by the court that the sum of $10 cash be allowed to Mary Humphreys for the maintainance and education of Repsenna and Mary Humphreys, infant heirs of William Humphreys, dec'd for the term of two years for Repsenna and seven years for Mary ammounting up to this term of the court to the sum of $90.
* page 182 - April Term 1838 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - On this day, it appearing to the court that the clerk had issued a notice to Mary Humphris Executrix of said estate and returned by the sheriff duly executed {{ crossed out - and the said Executrix failing to appear it is considered that this}} to appear at this term of this court and make settlement of her said executrixship and she failing to appear is considered by the court that this settlement be continued.
* page 187 - July Term 1838 - This day came Mary Humphries adminstratrix of said estate by Thomas McCauall (?), and moved the court for a continuance of the settlement of said estate until the next term of this court, whereupon sufficient cause beingn shown to this court it is ordered that this settlement be continued until the next term of this court.
* page 204 - October Term 1838 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - James Hues adminstrator of said estate appeared in open court and moved the court for a settlement of said estate, whereupon the court proceeded to setttle the same and he stands charged as per last settlment
* page 269 - January Term 1840 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - James Hues, administrator of said estate in right of his wife Mary appeared and filed his account current for settlement which is continued till the next term of this court.
* page 287 - April Term 1840 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - 24 Jan 1840 - James Hues admin in right of his wife Mary gave account of said estate
* page 349 - April Term 1841 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - James Hues, adminstrator of said estate in discharge of a citation and moved the court to continue his settment till the next term of this court, whereupon the settlement is ordered to ___ continued accordingly.
* page 358 - July Term 1841 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - Ordered that James Hughes, admin of said estate, having failed to appear and file his accoutn current, it is ordered by the court that a citation issue against said administrator to be and appear at the next October term of this court and show cause why an attachment should not issue against him. - written on the side is the date 28 Jul 1841
* page 374 - October Term 1841 - Estate of William Humphries, dec'd - The settlemetn upon said estate at this term of the court is continued until the next term of this court and the administrator to pay the court of this continuation individually. 
Mary (I421632)
 
226 * page 430 - October Term 1842 - Guaridanship of Mary Humphries, a minor heir of William Humphries, dec'd. Now on this day came the above named minor by petition and moved the court to appt John Humphries her guardian. Where upon the said John Humphries together with John S. Fricklin and Ferguson Booth as his securities and filed their bond for the sum of $500 HUMPHREYS, Mary (I421621)
 
227 * page 430 - October Term 1842 - Guaridanship of Mary Humphries, a minor heir of William Humphries, dec'd. Now on this day came the above named minor by petition and moved the court to appt John Humphries her guardian. Where upon the said John Humphries together with John S. Fricklin and Ferguson Booth as his securities and filed their bond for the sum of $500 {{Note: This is definitely Johnson and makes me wonder if he didn't sometimes go by John.}} HUMPHREYS, Thomas "Johnson" (I20338)
 
228 * line 21 - William Tomkins - 1 male 45& up, 1 male 18-26, 2 males 10-16, 2 males under 10, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 10-16 and 4 (?) females under 10
* line 24 - Gilly Jean - 1 male 10-16, 1 female 26-45, 2 females 10-16 and 1 female under 10
* line 25 - Samuel Cole - 1 male 26-45, 2 males 18-26, 3 males 10-16, 2 males under 10, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 16-26, and 1 female under 10
* line 26 - Arthur Pearce - 1 male 16-26, 1 female 16-26 and 2 females under 10
* line 29 - John Lee - 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 16-18, 2 males 10-16, 1 male under 10, 1 female 45 & up, 2 females 16-26, 2 females 10-16, and 1 female under 10
* line 31 - Elijah Bristoe - 1 male 26-45, 2 males under 10, 1 female 26-45, and 2 females under 10
* line 32 - Shedrach Lee - 1 male 26-45, 2 males under 10, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 10-16, and 1 female under 10
* line 33 - Samuel Vance - 1 male 26-45, 1 male 10-16 and 1 female under 10 
Gilly (I64053)
 
229 * Mosses Tomlinson, with Cato Riddle as security, was appt admin of the estate of John Tomelinson - 12 Nov 179__ (?) (the Back of the bond says Admr Bond Novr 98)
* Amout of Sale, dated 24 Nov 1798 - Nancy Tomlinson one bay mare; Jas Lassiter; __ sorrel mare; Nancy Tomlinson one colt, one saddle; Linvil Mc Daniel one saddle; Mary Burns, amt given, but item not listed; Mosses Tomlinson, amt given, but item not listed; Nancy Tomlinson, amt given, but item not listed; Mosses Tomlinson one gun - A second copy reveals that John Burn's had 14#s of the estate in his hands
* True inventory of John Tomblinson dec'd - by Moses Tomlinson (back says inventory Feb 99) 
TOMLINSON, John (I4948)
 
230 * Mosses Tomlinson, with Cato Riddle as security, was appt admin of the estate of John Tomelinson - 12 Nov 179__ (?) (the Back of the bond says Admr Bond Novr 98)
* Amout of Sale, dated 24 Nov 1798 - Nancy Tomlinson one bay mare; Jas Lassiter; __ sorrel mare; Nancy Tomlinson one colt, one saddle; Linvil Mc Daniel one saddle; Mary Burns, amt given, but item not listed; Mosses Tomlinson, amt given, but item not listed; Nancy Tomlinson, amt given, but item not listed; Mosses Tomlinson one gun - A second copy reveals that John Burn's had 14#s of the estate in his hands
* True inventory of John Tomblinson dec'd - by Moses Tomlinson (back says inventory Feb 99) 
TOMLINSON, Moses (I419368)
 
231 * Whitmon (or Whitmore?) Smith, with W.H. Randle as security, was appt admin of the estate of Wellington Smith on 14 Nov 1865
* Nov 1865 - Stanly Co., NC - Petition of Elizabeth Smith, widow Wellington D. Smith who died intestate leaving her unprovided for. He left an estate of ____ from which she is entitlted to a years support for herself and family. 
SMITH, Wellington D. (I425091)
 
232 ** Admin Bond - Upsher Elliott, with Thomas Thompson and Jonathan Lyerly securities, was appt admin in the estate of Rhuhamah (or Rhuhannah?) Elliott - dated 3 Feb 1851 Rheuhama (I424960)
 
233 ** Guardian's Bond - John C. MIller, with Charles R. Miller and L.S. (?) Trott as securities, was apt guardian of John A.L. Miller, M.E. Miller, A.R. Miller and A.A. Miller, orphans of Alfred A. Miller, dec'd - 2 Feb 1863
** Guardian's Bond - Mary Hall, with Wm M. Kincaid and G.W. Thomason securities, was appt guardian of Mary Elizabeth Hall and Ann Rebecca Hall, orphans of Alfred A. Miller on 4 Feb 1863
** Inventory of Alfred A. Miller as returned by John Miller, admin at May Term 1863 (sold Jan 20 1863).
** Guardian's Bond - John C. Miller, with H.G. Miller and Daniel Hoffman securities, was appt guaridan of John A.L. Miller and Sarah A. Miller on 8 May 1866 (No mention of the children M.E. Miller and A.A. Miller at this point)
** John C. Miller guardian of the minor heirs of A.A. Miller - in account with his wards - Feb Term 1867 - last return was Aug 1864 - it included monies from the sale of the estate of A.A. Miller who was killed in the war and the guardian obtained an order from the Superior Court of Equity to fund the amount in his hands in Confederate bonds, which was the only investment he could make and all the funds so invested are worthless. Having acted in good faith he does not believe he will be held liable for the loss. He therefore drops the former return as stated above and now begins a new account with what funds he has been able to save. The above sum included $1650 from the estate of Henry Propst in Confederate currency and the sum of $71.40 received from Solomon Halls estate in Confederate currency
** Petition for partition or sale for partition - John A. Miller & Jno C. Miller Guardian of Sallie R. Miller 1879
** Sheriff of Rowan Co., NC was commanded to summon Wilson Trott, David Swenke (?) and H.G. Miller to appear 6 Sept 1879 and testify and say the truth on behalf of John A.L. Miller in a certain matter of controversy between Sallie A. R. Miller Plaintiff vs John A. L. Miller Defendant - Issued 2 Sept 1879 (W.R. Fraley, John C. Foard, H.C. Bost and Daniel Penninger were summoned on behalf of Sallie A. R. Miller in the same case and for the same date.)
** The Annual Settlement for Sallie R. Miller, by John C. Miller guardian, dated 1 Feb 1880 includes a pmt for $100.00 to Mary Hall. Recorded 4 Feb 1880. In the annual settlement dated 1 Feb 1882 a pmt was made to Mary Hall for $200 in March 1881 and again in October 1881 (total $400).
** Final Settlement by John C. Miller guardian of Sallie R. Miller is dated 17 Nov 1883. 
MILLER, Capt Alfred Alexander (I424860)
 
234 ** Inventory of estate dated 14 Oct 1830
** List of property sold in the estate of William Crisswell, dec'd dated 21 Dec 1830
** 1 Feb 1834 - Jane Cresswell's guardian account with Jane Crisswell daugher of Wm Cresswell, dec'd
** 1 Feb 1835 - Jane Creswell guardian account with Jane Creswell her ward - recorded 26 Feb 1835 
CRISWELL, William (I424291)
 
235 ** Letters of Admin in the estate of George W. James, dec'd, W.P. King Adm'r, recorded 18 Mar 1898 - George W. James, of Franklin Co., GA died lately intestate, dated 7th (?) March 1898
** Bill of Sale for the property of G.W. James, dec'd for 82 acres of land to L.T. Phillips for $459.00, by W.A. King, Admr - dated 6 Dec 1898
** Petition for Letters of Dismission from Administration - in the estate of George W. James, Dec'd by administrator W.P. King - recorded 13 Mar 1899 
JAMES, George W. (I421304)
 
236 ** The nuncupative will of Stephen Bennett written out on the 2nd day of January 1843 mentions: daughter Sarah Bennett to have over and above what is left to the other children; the younger children who have not yet received a portion of his estate shall receive an allowance equal to the amount given to the older children; the children residing with him at the time of his death shall remain together on the plantation and keep all the property together for one year, so as to make another crop; then his remaining property and effects are to be equally divided amongst all his legal heirs; William Bennett, Micajah Bennett, and Josiah P. Bennett shall be appointed to take charge of the estate - Signed William Bennett and Micajah Benett - witness Josiah P. Bennett and by her mark Catharine "B" Bennett
** Petition of Duncan S. Morris, a resident and citizen of Fayette Co., AL - shos Stephen Bennett deparated this life in Lowndes County owning land. Heirs at law listed as Wm Bennett, Micaijah Bennett, Josiah Bennett, Elijah Bennett, Elisha Bennett, Stephen D. Bennett, Elizabeth Morris, Agathy BEnnett, Cyntha Shirley, Charlotta Kidd, Sarah Wells, Kisiah Bennett, Cyntha Bennett and Nancy M. (?) Baremore who are all tenants in common of said lands. William and Micajah Bennett gave bond and qualified to be executors of said dec'd. Petitioner's wife Elizabeth was the daughter of said dec'd and is due an equal share of said lands or proceeds from the sale thereof. Dated Feb 1845
** Report by William and Micajah Bennett Exr in the estate of Stephen Bennett - Nov Term 1846 - Account begins Sept 1843 - Disbursements to the distributtes are as follows: William Bennett; Micajah Bennett; Cynthia Bennett the sole heir of Mitchell Bennett, dec'd; Josiah P. Bennett; Elizabeth Morris, wife of Duncan S. Morris; Agness Bennett; Nancy Barmore, wife of N.N. Barmore; Sarah Wells, wife of Washington Wells; Elisha E. Bennett; Stephen D. Bennett; Charlotte Kid wife of Paul Kid; Kesiah Bennett; Cynthia Shirley, wife of Harrison Shirley; Elijah Bennett 
BENNETT, Mitchell (I425272)
 
237 ** The nuncupative will of Stephen Bennett written out on the 2nd day of January 1843 mentions: daughter Sarah Bennett to have over and above what is left to the other children; the younger children who have not yet received a portion of his estate shall receive an allowance equal to the amount given to the older children; the children residing with him at the time of his death shall remain together on the plantation and keep all the property together for one year, so as to make another crop; then his remaining property and effects are to be equally divided amongst all his legal heirs; William Bennett, Micajah Bennett, and Josiah P. Bennett shall be appointed to take charge of the estate - Signed William Bennett and Micajah Benett - witness Josiah P. Bennett and by her mark Catharine "B" Bennett
** William Bennett and Micajah Bennett, with D.W. Ragsdale and Baylis W. Earle securities, were appt admin in the estate of Stephen Bennett, dec'd on 3 Jan 1843
** Order to appraise esstate of Stephen Burnett, dec'd is dated 7 Jan 1843
** Petition of Duncan S. Morris, a resident and citizen of Fayette Co., AL - shos Stephen Bennett deparated this life in Lowndes County owning land. Heirs at law listed as Wm Bennett, Micaijah Bennett, Josiah Bennett, Elijah Bennett, Elisha Bennett, Stephen D. Bennett, Elizabeth Morris, Agathy BEnnett, Cyntha Shirley, Charlotta Kidd, Sarah Wells, Kisiah Bennett, Cyntha Bennett and Nancy M. (?) Baremore who are all tenants in common of said lands. William and Micajah Bennett gave bond and qualified to be executors of said dec'd. Petitioner's wife Elizabeth was the daughter of said dec'd and is due an equal share of said lands or proceeds from the sale thereof. Dated Feb 1845
** In Feb 1845 the petition of Duncan S. Morris indicates Stephen Bennett of Lowndes County passed away in the latter part of December 1842, having made a noncuputation will which was draw up, attested to, proven and admitted on 2 Jan 1843.
** Report by William and Micajah Bennett Exr in the estate of Stephen Bennett - Nov Term 1846 - Account begins Sept 1843 - Disbursements to the distributtes are as follows: William Bennett; Micajah Bennett; Cynthia Bennett the sole heir of Mitchell Bennett, dec'd; Josiah P. Bennett; Elizabeth Morris, wife of Duncan S. Morris; Agness Bennett; Nancy Barmore, wife of N.N. Barmore; Sarah Wells, wife of Washington Wells; Elisha E. Bennett; Stephen D. Bennett; Charlotte Kid wife of Paul Kid; Kesiah Bennett; Cynthia Shirley, wife of Harrison Shirley; Elijah Bennett 
BENNETT, Stephen (I425273)
 
238 13 Feb 1812 - Bryan Stroud & Samuel Glosson, with Daniel ____ (?) & Moses Atwater as securities, were appt admin in the estate of David Glasson, dec'd - signed Bryant Stroud, Samuel Glasson, Dan Burnett & Moses Attwater
May Session 1820 - Bryant Stroud, Admr of David Glasson dec'd vs Francis Jones
Petition of William Snipes, Executor of Joseph Glossen and guardian to Alfred, Jesse, Ann and Sarah minors and children of the said Joseph & Briant Stroud and Saml Glossen Administrators of David Glossen who was brother to the said Joseph and the said Briant as guardian to Delilia Glosson a minor daughter of the said David, respectfully state to the court that Joseph Glossen the Elder died about the year 1783 intestate leaving his wife Sarah and the following male children to wit: Hugh, William, James, David, John, Joseph and Samuel; that there never was any division of the real estate of the said Joseph the Elder; that Sarah the widow died about 1811; that Hugh sold his undivided share of his father's estate to his brother James; that James sold his own and Hugh's share to Joseph ad did also John; that William sold his share to Samuel; that Joseph the Younger made a will and died in 1811 dividing his estate equally amongst his children to wit the aforesaid Anna, Alfred, Sarah and Jesse; Your petitioners therefore pray that commissioners may be appointed under the act of assembly to divide the following lands lying in this county to wit: two tracts lying on Terrels Creek and Haw River agreeable to the deeds 
GLOSSON, Joseph Sr. (I7504)
 
239 13 Feb 1812 - Bryan Stroud & Samuel Glosson, with Daniel ____ (?) & Moses Atwater as securities, were appt admin in the estate of David Glasson, dec'd - signed Bryant Stroud, Samuel Glasson, Dan Burnett & Moses Attwater
May Session 1820 - Bryant Stroud, Admr of David Glasson dec'd vs Francis Jones
Petition of William Snipes, Executor of Joseph Glossen and guardian to Alfred, Jesse, Ann and Sarah minors and children of the said Joseph & Briant Stroud and Saml Glossen Administrators of David Glossen who was brother to the said Joseph and the said Briant as guardian to Delilia Glosson a minor daughter of the said David, respectfully state to the court that Joseph Glossen the Elder died about the year 1783 intestate leaving his wife Sarah and the following male children to wit: Hugh, William, James, David, John, Joseph and Samuel; that there never was any division of the real estate of the said Joseph the Elder; that Sarah the widow died about 1811; that Hugh sold his undivided share of his father's estate to his brother James; that James sold his own and Hugh's share to Joseph ad did also John; that William sold his share to Samuel; that Joseph the Younger made a will and died in 1811 dividing his estate equally amongst his children to wit the aforesaid Anna, Alfred, Sarah and Jesse; Your petitioners therefore pray that commissioners may be appointed under the act of assembly to divide the following lands lying in this county to wit: two tracts lying on Terrels Creek and Haw River agreeable to the deeds 
GLOSSON, David of Chatham Co., NC (I7514)
 
240 14 Nov 1811 - Samuel Glossen & John Farrar, with Mark Bynum & Stephen Justice securities, was appt admin in the state of Sarah Glosson, dec'd CLARKE, Sarah "Sally" (I7505)
 
241 31 Jul 1915 - He is listed as of Monroe City, Monroe Co., MO, had rheumatism and was 84 on 15 Jul 1915
9 Aug 1915 - From the War Department, The Adjutant General's Office to the Adjutant General, Jefferson City, MO - Records show that Alfred G. Janes (aka A.G. Janes/James) was a private in Co. O, under Capt McDonald, 1st MO, N.E. Cavalry, CSA - he enlisted 31 Jul 1862 in Monroe Co., MO and was captured 28 Oct 1862. He was convined at Alton, IL and on 16 Mar 1863 he was sent to Gratriot Street Prison, St. Louis, MO. He was discharged unconditionally at St. Louis, MO on 13 Apr 1863. {Note: Other documents in his MO, Confederate Pension Application, Approved show that he was sent home with the stipulation to not go south of Lincoln Co., MO and give his full name as Alfred Gradison Janes} 
JANES, Alfred Granison "Grayson" (I38248)
 
242 9 Nov 1869 - Application for letters testamentary by Alfred Glossen & Franklin Glossen, in the matter of the will of William Glosson - William Glossen, late of said county is dec'd and "Alfred Glossen William Glossen is the executors named therin" {{sic - No punctuation}} Further, the property of the sai dWilliam Glossen, dec'd consisting of a tract of land, two horses, household and kitchen furinture, money and note is worth about $1750 and that Mrs. Sarah Glosson, widow of said William Glossen, Alferd Glossen, Franklin Glossen & the children of Francis Glossen, Sarah Ann & Nancy Glossen, the last two minors without guardian are the parties entitled under said will. Signed A.A. Glosson and F. Glosson GLOSSON, William of Chatham Co., NC (I11241)
 
243 > Mary Jean of the city of Baltimore, MD mentions dau Mercella, my other two daughters namely Mary Miller Jean and Eleanora Jean, my three sons, David Jean, Elijah Jean and Ichabod Jean. House where she now lives and lot to be sold as soon as can be done. Balance of estate to be placed in the hands of a trustee herenafter appt by me for the use and maintenance of my dau Mercella Jean, to be used with as much economy as possiblefor her during her lifetime, and at her death to divide the balance or what may not be lawfully expended for her use between my other two daughters if they should remain single or unmarried, but if one should be married and the other single, I will that said money so unexpended be paid to her that is single and if they both should be married, then and in that case I will and desire that whatever surplus unexpended for my dau Marcella Jean to be equally divided between all my children both sons and daughters. And whereas in the settlement of the estate of my late husband Ichabod Jean, there appeared to upwards of $30 due each of said estate, which all left in my hands as aminixtratrix of said estate. Now be it understood and remember that the hereinbefore mentioned bequests and legacies are in lieu of all demands against me for said Estate as Adminstratrix or guardian of the heirs of the said Ichabod Jean, dec'd, namely David, Marcell, Elijah, Mary Miller, Eleanora and Icabod. And whereas my dau Marcella is considered non compos mentis, I appt and constitute my son David, her brother, to be her trustee to take, receive and kekep her part of said bequests and use the same to the best advantage for her support and maintenance. Appts son David Jean as executor. Signed 5 Jul 1839 - signed Mary Jean - with Geo Timanus, Joseph Barlow and George W. Timanus - Baltimore Co. on the 22 day of Apr 1846 came Joseph Barlow one of the witnesses of the aforegoing last will and testament of Mary Jean, late of said county, dec'd. MILLER, Mary (I421041)
 
244 Edward Hopson, Washington Co., GA - 100 acres on Williamsons Swamp, 1785 - Volume U, page 361 {{Note this is the same date as Briggs Hopson's first headright, but apparently filed in the same volume and page as Briggs Hopsons's 1791 headrights.}} HOPSON, Briggs Esq. // of Washington Co., GA (I419440)
 
245 Edward Hopson, Washington Co., GA - 100 acres on Williamsons Swamp, 1785 - Volume U, page 361 {{Note this is the same date as Briggs Hopson's first headright, but apparently filed in the same volume and page as Briggs Hopsons's 1791 headrights.}} HOPSON, Edward/Edmund of Washington & Wilkinson Co., GA (I419443)
 
246 He was 18 years of age when he appeared on Capt W.W. James' Co, TN Volunteers Muster Roll, on 4 Nov 1861. He mustered into service for 12 months. (Records show he mustered in on 4 Nov 1861 at Camp Trousdale.)
Name appears as Uriah Jean and Uriah Jeans. Listed as present 1 Jan 1862, 4 Aug 1862, and from 1 Aug to 31 Oct 1862. The muster roll 1 Nov 1862 to 10 Feb 1863 it is noted he was last paid 4 Aug 1862, he was currently absent and he left sick at Oxford, MS in Nov 1862. The muster roll for 28 Feb to 30 June 1863 shows he died about 1 Jan 1863 in hospital in Grenada, MS.
He appears on a Roll of Prisoners of WAr at Camp Morton, IN in June 1862. It shows he was captured at Fort Donelson on 16 Feb 1862. (Fort Donelson was a Confederate Fort in TN near the KY border.)
He appears as Hurriah Jeans on a Roll of Prisoners of War sent from Camp Morton, IN to Vicksburg, MS to be exchanged. on 28 Aug 1862.
He appears on a Register of Officers and Soldiers of the Army of the CSA who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Listed as dec'd 1 Jan 1863 from an unknown cause.
A return of deceased soldiers for the 41st Regiment TN Volunteers, up to 1 Feb 1864, shows he died 1 Jan 1863, location unknown, COD listed as sickness.
 
JEAN, Uriah (I13159)
 
247 household of Joseph Gheen includes: 1 male 45 & up (? it may be crossed out); 2 males 16-26; 1 male 10-16; 2 males under 10; 2 females under 10; 2 females 16-26 GHEEN, Joseph of Jefferson Co., KY (I12478)
 
248 household of Lemuel Elliott, - No TWP Listed, Franklin Co., NC - 1 male 26-45; 2 males 10-16; 3 males under 10; 1 female 26-45; 1 female 10-16; 2 females under 10

Also in the county are:
household of John Elliott, sheet 161, page 794, line 8 - No TWP Listed, Franklin Co., NC - 1 male 16-26; 4 males under 10; 1 female 16-26; 1 female under 10
household of Robert Elliott, sheet 161, page 794, line 9 - No TWP Listed, Franklin Co., NC - 1 male 16-26; 1 female 16-26
household of Robert Elliott, sheet 189, page 825, line 15 - No TWP Listed, Franklin Co., NC - 1 male 10-16; 1 female 16-26 
ELLIOTT, Lemuel (I15704)
 
249 household of Mathew Stewart includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 45 & up, 2 females 16-26 STEWART, Matthew (I65994)
 
250 household of Mathew Stewart includes: 2 males 26-45, 1 female 16-26 and 1 female up to 10 STEWART, Hugh (I65998)
 

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