Rev. 6 March 2014, Gen. 270

 

JOHN GRAVES/GREAVES

OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, ENGLAND & VIRGINIA

 

 

COMMENTS

 

John Graves, presently shown as the earliest known ancestor in this genealogy, may have been a son of William Graves and Ann, who were named as headrights in 1658 in New Kent Co., Virginia.  The background and evidence for this is discussed in a research study.

It has been shown by DNA testing of descendants in the United States, England, and Australia, that this Graves/Greaves family is from the Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire area of England.  The various parts of this family and their probable connections are shown on the Charts page of the Graves Family Association website.  It is expected that future research and improved DNA testing capabilities will provide a more complete and precise picture of this family.

 

 

GENERATION 1

 

John Graves (1) was born about 1665 and died after 1737.  His wife's name is not known.  It is believed that he was an immigrant to Virginia from Northamptonshire, England (based on DNA testing, and the Bible record of Solomon Graves in the Appendix), and his surname may have been spelled Greaves in England (since all other proven relatives of his in England spelled their name as Greaves).  It was previously thought that this John was a son of Thomas and Elizabeth Graves (descended from Capt. Thomas Graves of VA, genealogy 169), since the ages were right, and there were no other known Graves of the right age to be the father of this John.  He is obviously too old to be one of the Johns of the Abingdon Parish Register.  Francis (genealogy 220, previously thought to be youngest son of Capt. Thomas Graves of gen. 169) may possibly have had a son John by a first marriage, but this John died in Essex Co. in 1720.  He was also in Essex Co. at the same time that John Sr. (1) was in King and Queen and King William Counties.  Two John Graves are in the 1704 Quit Rent Rolls, one in King and Queen Co. and one in King William Co.  The one in King and Queen Co. might be the John bapt. 1677, Abingdon Parish, but it is also quite possible that both Johns are one and the same person.  As deeds show, John Sr. (1) was of King and Queen Co. in 1704 when he purchased land in King William Co.  Therefore, it is quite possible that he is listed for both areas.  The Quit Rent Rolls are obviously incomplete, as only seven Graves appear on them:  Thomas and John in King William Co., John and Robert in King and Queen Co., Thomas and Jeffery of Gloucester Co., and James of James City Co.  There should be many more.

There are several deeds that are crucial to establishing this line.  They substantiate the birth dates of John Sr. (1) and his son John Jr., and show that this is the same family that later settled in Spotsylvania Co.  King William Co., Deed Book 1, pp. 195-7: John Clayton (or Clayborne) of St. John's Parish, King William Co., sells 100 acres on the north side of the Pamunkey River to John Graves of Stratton Major (Manor) Parish, King and Queen Co., 6 May 1704.

King William Co., Deed Book 1, p. 342: John Graves assigns over all rights, etc., to the above 100 acres on the Pamunkey to his son John, 20 March 1706/7.

Spotsylvania Co. Deed Book A, May 24, 1729.  Thomas Gambrill of St. Margaret's Parish, King William Co.  In consideration of 100 acres of land, a tract of land containing 200 acres in Spotsylvania Co. (one of the witnesses to this deed was Thomas Graves).

This deed does not describe the bounds of the 100 acres which John Jr. traded off in King William Co., but inasmuch as he was described as being of King and Queen and owning 100 acres in King William, it must be the same 100 acres assigned to him as a Deed of Gift by his father John Graves Sr.  There are no other records showing the disposal of the 100 acres or of any other John Graves owning 100 acres in this section.

Spotsylvania Co. Deed Book F, p. 563, May 31, 1765. John and Frances Graves made a Deed of Gift to their son, Joseph Graves, specifically mentioning the 200 acres content and that it was purchased by them in 1729 from Thomas Gambrill.

Journal of the House of Burgess, 1717-1726, p. 56:  William Smith of King William Co. petitions for a bill to make good the title on entailed land he sold to John Graves Jr., 16 Nov. 1713.

It is obvious John Graves Jr. was of age by 1713 and most likely either of age or very close in 1706/7 when given the land on Pamunkey by his father.  Therefore, John Jr. was probably born 1685-90 and was the oldest of John Sr.'s known sons.  By this same reasoning, John Sr. must have been born by 1670 and more likely by 1665.

Although there is no record of John Sr. moving to Spotsylvania Co., Va., it is likely that he moved with his sons.  In Spotsylvania Co. Order Book, 1735-38, p. 501, 7 June 1737, John Graves is set free of any county levies, he being very ancient and unable to labor.  There is no other John in the area to whom this description would apply.  It is also more appropriate for a man born 1665 than the John who was probably baptized 1677.  John Graves Sr. died sometime after 1737.

Thomas Graves, in his will of 1768, specifically mentions Joseph Graves (son of John Graves, Jr. of Spotsylvania Co.) as his nephew and makes him executor of his will.  This proves beyond contention that John Graves, Jr. and Thomas Graves, both of Spotsylvania Co., were brothers and the sons of John Graves Sr. of King and Queen Co.

The evidence for Joseph Graves as a son is discussed in the section on Joseph and his family.

Miss Louise Graves, in her book referenced at the end of this paragraph, has an excellent discussion of the ancestry of this John Graves.  On pages 47-50 of her book, she points out the errors in the lineage of this line in the publications of Mrs. Hiden and John Card Graves.  She quotes Mr. John Frederick Dorman as stating, "The John Graves of King and Queen Co. who deeded 100 acres in King William Co. to his son is the only logical John Graves to be the father of Thomas and John Jr.  The deed of 1706/7 appears to be an adult John Jr., and if that is so we must put his birth as ca. 1685 and the father's birth back before 1665.  This would make the father a contemporary of John Graves of St. Ann's Parish, Essex Co. (will 1719-20) who was of age when he purchased 200 acres there.  Neither of these John Graves is identified in Adventurers of Purse and Person although they fall within the generations covered in that book.  They must be either sons of Thomas Graves, Jr., or Francis Graves, or grandsons of John Graves, the eldest son of old Captain Thomas."

We now know (as a result of DNA testing) that this John Graves was not descended from Capt. Thomas Graves of VA.  That conclusion is also supported by the Bible record of Solomon Graves in the Appendix to this genealogy.  (R‑14, R‑901)

Children - Graves

+2.  John Graves, Jr., b.c. 1685, m. Frances ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1715, d. after 1772.

+3.  Thomas Graves, b. 1691, m(1) Mary Perkins, m(2) Ann Davenport, d. 1768.

+4.  Joseph Graves, b.c. 1715, m. Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 1774.

 

 

GENERATION 2

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN GRAVES (1)

John Graves, Jr. (2) was born about 1685-90, and most likely about 1685, as shown in the deed discussed in the section on his father.  He was probably born in either York Co. or New Kent Co., VA.  He died after 1772.  He married Frances ‑‑‑‑‑‑ about 1715.  The first record of John's arrival in Spotsylvania Co., VA is found in Deed Book A, p. 405: John Graves, Jr. of St. Stephens Parish, King and Queen Co., VA purchases 200 acres of land in Spotsylvania Co. for 100 acres of land in King William Co., VA from Thomas Gambrill of St. Margaret's Parish, King William Co., 24 May 1729; wit: Thomas Graves.  This deed is the key to the relationships of the Graves of King William Co. and King and Queen Co. to those who were later in Spotsylvania Co.  It proves that John Jr. of Spotsylvania Co. is the same John Jr. who received the 100 acres from his father in King William Co. in 1706.  It also proves that Thomas Graves (#3) was a brother of John Jr., and therefore also a son of John Graves Sr.  In 1765, John and Frances deeded this very same land to their son Joseph, reserving a lifetime tenancy for themselves (Spotsylvania Co., Deed Book F, p. 563).  This Joseph is named by Thomas Graves as his nephew and an executor of his will, confirming that John Jr. and Thomas were brothers.

John Graves Jr. owned land in several counties, which he gave as gifts to his sons over the years, but he maintained his original Spotsylvania Co. residency as witnessed by the above deed.  Frances died between 1765 and 1772.  John died sometime after 1772 when he made a final gift to his son Joseph.  (R‑14, R‑911, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+5.  Elizabeth Graves, b. 14 Feb. 1720, m. William Sandidge, d. 6 Jan. 1826.

+6.  Thomas Graves, b. by 1724, m. Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 1792.

+7.  James Graves, b. by 1722, m. Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 1781.

+8.  Joseph Graves, b. by 1725, m(1) Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Frances Coleman, d. 12 May 1785.

+9.  John Graves, b.c. 1725, m. Mary McGehee, by 1761, d. 17 Nov. 1798.

+10.  Ann Graves, b.c. 1725, m. John McGehee, by 5 Aug. 1743, d. before 2 Nov. 1798.

+11.  Frances Graves, b.c. 1730, m. Joseph Bush, d. 1778-1788.

 

Thomas Graves (3) was born in 1691 (based on a deposition, Caroline O.B. 1746-54, p. 362), and died in 1768 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  Mrs. Hiden states: "in the absence of documentary proof, we can still feel confident that Thomas Graves was the son of a John Graves who had lived in King and Queen Co. but was of the Gloucester Co. family, born about 1670, son of Thomas and Mary Graves, son of Thomas, son of Capt. Thomas."

Thomas Graves consistently maintained his residence on the Pamunkey in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  His wife Ann (or Anne or Sarah Ann) has generally been thought to be a Davenport, daughter of William Davenport and Anne Woodruff, but Mrs. Hiden thought she was more likely a Clark, or of that family connection.  Mrs. Taylor says she was born before 1696.  She lived until 1782, and during the Revolution she furnished supplies to the Continental troops.

It now appears that the wife of Thomas Graves was definitely Ann Davenport, and that she was a daughter of Davis Davenport of Pamunkey Neck, Virginia.  For further information, see the website at http://www.pamunkeydavenport.com.

It appears that Thomas Graves first married Mary Perkins by 1715, and had by this marriage only three children, two daughters and one son.  His wife then died and he remarried by no later than 1721.  The son was John Graves and one of the daughters was Eleanor Graves, based on Thomas Kimbrough’s will dated 20 Sept. 1777 in Caswell Co., NC[1].  The source for the former statement is a record from the Bible of Solomon Graves, son of Rev. Barzillai Graves (who died 1827).  A copy of the Bible record was made by the NC Archives in 1971.  A detailed discussion of this is in the Appendix of this book.  A discussion of the research for determining the ancestry of Thomas and his brothers is also in the Appendix, but it has now been determined that the conclusions were wrong, since all researchers had made the incorrect assumption that this family was descended from Capt. Thomas Graves (genealogy 169).  The third child by Mary Perkins may have been Louisa Graves, although the proof of her date of birth is not good.

The will of Thomas Graves (Spotsylvania Co. Rec. Will Book D, p. 318) was dated 17 Oct. 1767, probated 6 June 1768, but final settlement was not until July 1802.  Thomas is credited with a total of 16 children.  However, the estate settlement plainly states there were only 15 legatees.  There were probably other children who died before reaching adulthood.  There is some question about some of the following children, and additional proof is needed.  Mrs. Ethel Taylor suggests that there may also have been another child named Sarah.

Children - Graves, by Mary Perkins

+12.  Eleanor Graves, b. probably by 1712, m. Thomas Kimbrough, d. aft. Sept. 1781.

+13.  John Graves, b.c. 1715, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Herndon, m(2) Isabella Lea, c. 1752, d. 18 Jan. 1792.

+14.  Louisa Graves, b.c. 1717, m. Thomas Pulliam.

Children - Graves, by Ann Davenport[2]

+15.  Thomas Graves, b. by 1721, m. Isabella Susan Bartlett, by 1751, d. 18 Nov. 1801.

+16.  Solomon Graves, b. by 1723, m. Sarah Winfield, c. 1746, d.c. 1785.

+17.  William Graves, b. 1720-30, m. Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d.c. 1791.

+18.  Richard Graves, b.c. 1725, m. Lucy Davenport, 1750, d. after 1788.

+19.  Susanna Graves, b. by 1740, m. William Pettus, 1759, d. by 1802.

+20.  Rice Graves, b.c. 1729, m. Jane Young, 1751-2, d. 1814.

+21.  David Graves, b.c. 1730, m. Agnes Holloway, d. Jan. (or Feb.) 1808.

+22.  Nancy Graves, b.c. 1735, m. William Lea, d. by 1809.

+23.  Rosanna Graves, b.c. 1734, m. John Spencer, c. 1757, d. 1831.

+24.  Robert Graves, b.c. 1735-40, m. Jean ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  25.  Jonathan Graves, married, d. by 1768.  He probably married a Davenport, since a William Davenport was made guardian of his son William.

  26.  Mary Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Campbell (?).  John Bostick signed receipts for her in all disbursements from her father's estate.

 

Joseph Graves (4) migrated from Orange Co., VA to Rowan Co. or Surry Co., NC prior to 1771, probably 1763-1769.  (Surry Co. was formed from Rowan Co. in 1770.)  He married Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  He may only have had the one child listed below, since she is the only one mentioned in his will.  His will in Surry Co., NC was dated 12 July 1774 and proved in August Court 1774.  In it he mentioned his wife Sarah, his daughter Mary, and his son-in-law Benjamin Cleveland.  It leaves portions of his estate to his daughter's two sons, Absalom and John Cleveland, and states that Benjamin Cleveland, husband of his daughter, be executor of his estate.

Joseph lived in Orange Co., VA, and later on Roaring Creek, Rowan (later Surry, now Wilkes) Co., NC.  (Wilkes Co. was formed from Surry Co. in 1777.)

Mrs. P. W. Hiden found a 1752 Orange Co. land sale by a Joseph Graves with the consent of his wife Sarah.  Mrs. Hiden thought this was Joseph6, son of John5 and Frances, and nephew of Thomas5 who married Ann Davenport, descended from Capt. Thomas Graves of VA.  That Joseph Graves was born by 1725 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, died 12 May 1785 in Orange Co., VA, m(1) Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Frances Coleman.  However, that is not possible, since that Joseph died 1785 in Orange Co., VA, whereas the Joseph Graves of interest died 1774 in Surry Co., NC.  The Joseph Graves who died 1785 was also too young to be the father of Mary, since she was born about 1738.

A discussion of the evidence for Joseph Graves as a son of John Graves is in the Appendix to this genealogy.

[Prior to determining the ancestry of this Joseph Graves, the following speculation was being pursued: It does appear possible, however, that the Joseph Graves of this genealogy was related to the Joseph Graves who married Frances Coleman.  David Graves, son of Thomas Graves and Ann Davenport, was in Surry Co., NC by 1762, before moving to Shelby Co., KY, and it is likely that other members of this family also lived in Surry Co., NC for a few years.  Maybe the John4 Graves who was the father of John and Thomas had another son who had a son, Joseph6 Graves.  Perhaps, also, there were two men named Joseph Graves in Orange Co., VA, one who married Sarah, and the other who married Frances Coleman (with no first marriage to a Sarah).  These possibilities need to be explored.  There was also another John Graves (genealogy 56) who died about 1764-68 in Orange Co., NC, may have had a wife Frances, and could have been the father of Joseph Graves.]  (R‑205, R‑210, R‑211)

Children - Graves

+27.  Mary Graves, b.c. 1738, m. Benjamin Cleveland, c. 1758-60, d. 1800.

 

 

GENERATION 3

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN GRAVES (2) AND FRANCES ‑‑‑‑‑‑

Elizabeth ("Betty") Graves (5) was born 14 Feb. 1720 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 6 Jan. 1826 in Green Co., KY.  She married William Sandidge (or Sandridge), son of William Sandidge and Anne Pulliam.  He died testate in Albemarle Co., VA, probated July 1777.  His will was dated 16 Jan. 1776, and mentioned all his children.

A note of interest concerning the Sandridge name is that the original spelling is Sandwich, pronounced Sandage or Sandige.  The letter "r" was added to the spelling of the name during the Revolutionary War period, reason unknown.

In the Green Co., KY Circuit Case number 5593, dated 1826, John Hall and wife, Milly vs. John Sandidge, Elizabeth and William’s children were recorded.  The document stated that Mary, William, Ann, and Susannah were deceased.  According to R‑256, there was another child named Nancy Sandidge, born 1762, however she was not listed in the 1826 case.  (R‑14, R‑138, R‑169, R‑256, R‑304, R‑911)

Children - Sandidge

+28.  Mary Sandidge, b.c. 1748, m. Littleberry Lane, d. 1809.

  29.  Elizabeth Sandidge, b.c. 1750, m. William Rowe, d. aft. 1826.

+30.  Stephen Sandidge, b.c. 1752, m. Sarah Henderson, d. 1826.

  31.  William Sandidge, b.c. 1754, m(1) Susannah Spencer (#191)[3], d.c. 1786.  William died testate in Albemarle Co., VA.  He named one son Augustine, and asked his brother to take him.

+32.  Ann Sandidge, b.c. 1756, m. Gideon Winston Carr, d. bef. 1826.

+33.  Mildred Sandidge, b.c. 1756-58, m. John Hall, c. 1776, d. aft. 15 Nov. 1826.

+34.  John Sandidge, b. 25 Nov. 1760, m. Mary Wood, d. 27 July 1832.

  35.  Susannah Sandidge, b.c. 1764, m. William Thurman, d. before 1826.

 

Thomas Graves (6) was born by 1724, as his father, John Jr., gave him 200 acres on Muddy Run in 1745 (Orange Co., VA Deed Book 10, p. 24, 1745), and he would have had to have been at least 21 to own land.  Thomas and his wife Elizabeth sold this land on 22 April 1757.  By then it had become part of Culpeper Co., VA (Culpeper Deed Book C, p. 3).  It is possible that Elizabeth was the widow Elizabeth Simms.  In commenting on this, Mrs. Sue Davis said: "Mrs. Hiden thought it possible that Elizabeth was also called Ann and a daughter of Thomas Sims who died testate 1785 in Culpeper Co., Va., naming a daughter Ann Graves.  This seems unlikely, as Thomas and Elizabeth's daughter married Zachariah Sims, son of Thomas Sims, who died 1785.  If Ann were her mother, she would have married her uncle."  However, the fact that one of their grandchildren was named Thomas Sims Graves raises the question of whether he may have been named after his great-grandfather.

Thomas Graves died in 1792 (before 18 June 1792, the date his will was proved), testate, in Culpeper Co., VA.  Elizabeth had died before this date, since she was not named in the will.

According to tradition, Thomas and Elizabeth had 13 or 14 children.  The first 9 children listed below are named in the will of Thomas, and the will gives no implication of other children.  Although Mrs. Hiden credits Thomas with several other children, Mrs. Sue Davis (R‑14) knew of no evidence to support this.

(See correspondence of June 6, 1982 from Gerald Born for more information on this part of the family.)  (R‑12, R‑14, R‑911, R‑912)

Children - Graves

+36.  Thomas Graves, b. Sept. 1747, m(1) Martha Ryan, possibly m(2) Mary Mason, d. 12 March 1834.

+37.  Lewis Graves, b.c. 1750, m(1) Ann Sims, bef. 1782, m(2) Rebecca (Starnes) Sims, aft. 10 Sept. 1805, d. 11 May 1810.

+38.  Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1752, m(1) Zachariah Sims, m(2) John Creecy, d. bet. July 1829 and 4 Nov. 1831.

+39.  Anne Graves, b.c. 1755, m(1) Richard Wait(s), c. 1774, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Jones.

+40.  William Thomas Graves, b.c. 1755, m. Sarah Fisher, d. 1833.

+41.  Philip Graves, b.c. 1760, m. Elizabeth Jones, 25 Sept. 1785.

+42.  Frances Graves, b.c. 1760, m. John Wait, 11 Dec. 1781, d.c. 1844.

+43.  James F. Graves, b.c. 1765, m(1) Elizabeth Pratt, c. 1782, m(2) Elizabeth Parnell, 8 Sept. 1809, d. Dec. 1811.

+44.  Joseph Graves, b.c. 1767, m. Nellie Branham, 1 Jan. 1800.

  45.  Henrietta Graves, b.c. 1769, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Hudson.

  46.  Mary Graves, b.c. 1770, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Haynes.

  47.  John Graves

+48.  Charles Graves, m. Ellender ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. March 1798.

  49.  Richard Grant Graves

 

James Graves (7) was born by 1722 and died in 1781.  He married Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  James left a will, recorded in Culpeper Co., Va., Book B, p. 416, bequeathing to the following: son John; daughter Mary, wife of Richard Parks; daughter Jael, wife of William Jones.  Also mentioned was James Parks as executor, and son John who married Lucy Farquson 10 May 1772 (Genealogical Notes, by Slaughter).  (R‑38, R‑911)

Children - Graves

+50.  Mary Graves, bapt. 1747, m. Richard Parks, c. 1765, d. bef. 12 Jan. 1796.

+51.  Jael Graves, m. William Jones.

+52.  John Graves, b. 4 Sept. 1745, m(1) Lucy Farquson, 10 May 1772, m(2) Catherine West, 1795, d. 24 June 1824.

 

Joseph Graves (8) was born by 1725 in Spotsylvania Co., Va., and died 12 May 1785 in Orange Co., VA.  He was working in an iron foundry in Orange Co., VA. when he died.  His will was probated in 1786.  He first married Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  He married second Frances ("Frankey") Coleman, daughter of John Coleman (b. 1728, d. 1764), who supposedly served three years in the Revolutionary Army, but, if so, his death date must have been later) and Eunice ("Nicie") Hawes (b. 1730, d. 1807), daughter of Samuel Hawes and ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Spencer).  Frances was born Dec. 1744, and died Dec. 1843 in Fayette Co., KY.  Joseph received from his parents deeds of land and chattels on 2 June 1762 and 31 May 1765.  After he died, his wife and children except Joseph, moved to KY.  All the following children are supposedly by Joseph's marriage to Frances.  Frances’ will was written 22 April 1840 and probated in June 1845.  (R‑57, R‑911, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+53.  Nancy Graves, b. 27 May 1765, m. James Coleman Goodwin, 6 Sept. 1782, d. 12 Aug. 1844.

+54.  John Coleman Graves, b. 13 April 1767, m. Elizabeth Parrish, 26 Oct. 1790, d. 14 April 1840.

+55.  Joseph Graves, b. 16 July 1769, m(1) Mary Goodwin, 26 Oct. 1790, m(2) Fanny Waller, 2 Nov. 1815, d. 6 June 1826.

+56.  Benjamin Franklin Graves, b.c. 1771 (or 9 April 1773), m(1) Mary Boxley, m(2) Polly Dudley, d. Jan. 1813.

+57.  Sally Graves, b.c. 1774, m. William Ball Chinn, d. 12 Feb. 1832.

+58.  Polly Graves, b.c. 1776, m. Joseph Chinn, d. 1819.

  59.  Eunice ("Nicie") Graves, b.c. 1778, never married, d. 18 April 1857.

+60.  George Graves, b. 21 March 1780, m(1) Mary Blaydes, 14 Aug. 1800, m(2) Polly Coleman, 16 Aug. 1814, d. 6 Sept. 1831.

+61.  Hawes Graves, b.c. 1782, m(1) Eunice Hawse Blaydes, m(2) Ann Bibb White, 8 April 1819, d.c. 1859.

  62.  Thomas Coleman Graves, b.c. 1785, never married, d. 22 Jan. 1813.  Col. in War of 1812.  Killed at Battle of River Raisin.

 

John Graves (9) was born about 1725 and died 17 Nov. 1798 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  He married Mary McGehee, daughter of Samuel McGehee of Louisa Co., VA, by 1761. He was living in St. Martin's Parish, Louisa Co., VA on 31 Oct. 1761.  He afterwards lived in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  He received several gifts of land in St. George Parish from his parents in 1761 and 1766, and he made many gifts to his children in 1794 and 1797.  (R‑911)

Children - Graves

  63.  Samuel Graves, b.c. 1774-1776.  Moved to Fayette Co., KY.

  64.  John Graves, b.c. 1774-1776.

  65.  James Graves, b.c. 1774-1776, m. Elizabeth Ashton Garrett (?), 17 Nov. 1802 (?).

+66.  William Graves, b.c. 1765, m. Susannah Arnold, by 1797, d. 1819.

  67.  Susanna Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Wigglesworth.

+68.  Mary Graves, b.c. 1770, m. Lewis Partlow, c. 1792, d.c. 1825.

  69.  Elizabeth Graves

 

Ann Graves (10) was born about 1725 and died before 2 Nov. 1798.  She married John McGehee, son of William McGehee and Mary Carr, by 5 Aug. 1743.  He was born about 1718, died by 14 Sept. 1801, and his will was proved in Louisa Co., VA (Will Book 5, pp. 44-45).  (R‑282, R‑911)

Children - McGehee

+70.  William McGehee, b.c. 1747, m. Lavinia Smith, 30 Oct. 1783, d. 2 Oct. 1842.

+71.  John McGehee, Jr., b. 15 March 1749, m. Mary Stewart, 2 Feb. 1775, d. 4 June 1825.

+72.  Augustine McGehee, b. 28 Feb. 1750, m(1) Mary Harris, m(2) Sarah (Wyatt) Thomason (Thompson), 4 Feb. 1790, d. 20 Dec. 1830.

  73.  Elizabeth McGehee, b.c. 1755, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Bond, bef. 2 Nov. 1798.

  74.  Mary (“Molly”) McGehee, b.c. 1757, probably never married, d. after 21 Dec. 1808.  Her will was dated 21 Dec. 1808 (Louisa Co., VA).

+75.  Edward McGehee, b. 16 Feb. 1758, m. Frances Lumsden, 28 Aug. 1781, d. 25 Feb. 1819.

  76.  Susannah McGehee, b.c. 1759, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Mallory, by 2 Nov. 1798.

  77.  Agnes McGehee, b.c. 1761, probably never married, d. after 21 Dec. 1808.  She was a witness to her sister Mary’s will.

  78.  Sarah McGehee, b.c. 1763, probably never married, d. after 21 Dec. 1808.  She was a witness to her sister Mary’s will.

+79.  Lucy McGehee, b.c. 1765, m. Reuben Cason, 15 Oct. 1790, d. bef. 24 April 1824.

  80.  Barbara McGehee, b.c. 1767, m. Richard Groom, 9 March 1795 (Louisa Co., VA).

 

Frances Graves (11) was born about 1730 and probably died about 1780 (between 1778 when her last known child was born and 1788 when the first known child of her husband’s second wife was born).  She married Joseph Bush, son of Philip P. Bush and Mary Bryan.  He was born 5 April 1741 in St. Thomas Parish, Orange Co., VA, and died about 1809 in Caswell Co., NC.  After Frances died, Joseph married Maryann ‑‑‑‑‑‑ and had 4 more children: Lowas Bush, b.c. 1786, Merah Bush, Rhoda Bush, b.c. 1788, and Mary Bush, b.c. 1795.  (R‑521)

Children - Bush

+81.  Nancy Ann Bush, b.c. 1770, m. Thomas Paul Harrelson, 18 Nov. 1787, d. before 27 April 1804.

  82.  Betsy Bush, m. Pleasant Fleming.

+83.  Frances Bush, b.c. 1774, m. Forbes Harrelson, 24 Nov. 1790, d.c. 1791.

+84.  Zenas Bush, b. 11 May 1776, m(1) Liddy Rice, c. 1797, m(2) Martha Brooks, 27 Nov. 1805, d. 23 Feb. 1836.

+85.  Zebba Bush, b.c. 1778, m. Archibald Rice, 22 Feb. 1803, d.c. 1811.

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS GRAVES (3)

Eleanor Graves (12) was probably born by 1712 in VA, and died after Sept. 1781 when her late husband’s will was divided in Caswell Co., NC[4].  She married Thomas Kimbrough, son of John Kimbrough and his second wife Sarah Elizabeth Bradley.  He was born in 1690 (is this date correct?), and died in 1777 in Caswell Co., NC.  The probate of his will in 1777 is recorded in Book A, p. 25.  They moved from Spotsylvania Co., VA in 1764 to Orange Co., NC.  When Caswell Co., NC was formed from Orange Co. in 1777, the family was living in the new county.  (R‑127, R‑195, R‑910, R‑911)

Children - Kimbrough

+86.  Nancy Ann Kimbrough, b.c. 1732, m. Henry Turner, d. aft. 15 Feb. 1810.

+87.  John Kimbrough, b.c. 1733, m. Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. aft. Nov. 1817.

+88.  William Kimbrough, b.c. 1734, m. Elizabeth Gooch, 1 Aug. 1770, d. 1816.

  89.  Robert Kimbrough, b.c. 1735, d. aft. Sept. 1781.

+90.  Thomas Kimbrough, b.c. 1736, m. Elizabeth Graves (#501), 29 March 1792.

+91.  Susanna Kimbrough, b.c. 1738, m. Edward Nowell, d. aft. Sept. 1781.

+92.  Sarah Kimbrough, b.c. 1740, m. Leonard Brown, d. 2 Aug. 1824.

  93.  Mary Kimbrough, b.c. 1744, m. John Bryant, d. aft. Sept. 1781.

  94.  Nancy Kimbrough, b.c. 1746.

  95.  Betty (or Betsy) Kimbrough, b.c. 1747, m. Robert Bruce, d. aft. Sept. 1781.

  96.  Franky (or Frankey) Kimbrough, b.c. 1748, m. Caleb Carmon (or Carmen or Cameron), d. by Sept. 1781.

  97.  Graves Kimbrough, b.c. 1751, d. aft. Sept. 1781.  Probably afflicted in some way, as his father made special provision for him in his will.

 

John Graves (13) was born about 1715, and died 18 Jan. 1792 in Caswell Co., NC.  Mrs. Hiden believed that John may have married twice and that his first wife may have been a Herndon.  All authorities agree that John married Isabella (or Isabel) Lea.  John Card Graves states that Isabella was related to the Herndon family of VA.  Mrs. Louis Balthasar states that Isabella was a daughter of James Lea and Ann Herndon (which would provide the Herndon connection and make the idea of a previous marriage less likely), and that she was married to John in 1752 or 1753.  If this marriage date is correct, then there must have been a previous marriage for John Herndon Graves to have been born in 1749.

According to a genealogy compiled by Charles T. Stamps, father of William T. Stamps (R‑179), John's first wife was Catherine Herndon.

John and Isabella moved from James City Co., VA, where most of their children were born, to what is now Caswell Co., NC., and settled on County Line Creek in the vicinity of what is now Yanceyville.  Deeds to John of property there, dated 4 Oct. 1771 and 2 April 1772, are on record.  (R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+98.  John Herndon Graves, b. Sept. 1749, m(1) Nancy Slade, 5 Feb. 1770, m(2) Elizabeth Coleman, 28 Nov. 1808, d. 28 Aug. 1829.

+99.  Mary Graves, b. 26 Jan. 1754, m. John Kerr, d. 22 Feb. 1831.

+100.   Thomas Graves, m(1) Hannah Miles, m(2) Hannah Simmons, d. before 1800.

+101.   Barzillai Graves, b. 12 Dec. 1759, m. Ursula Wright, 10 April 1783, d. 14 July 1827.

+102.   Ann Graves, m. Bartlett Yancey, d. 1818.

+103.   Solomon Graves, b. 29 April 1766, m. Frances Byrd Lewis, d. Oct. 1830.

+104.   Azariah Graves, b. 29 Oct. 1768, m. Elizabeth Williams, 3 June 1790, d. 1 March 1850.

  105.   James Graves, possibly b.c. 1772, never married, d.c. Jan. 1790 (Caswell Co., NC).  He died without heirs.  It was previously mistakenly believed that this was the James Graves (#523) who was a son of his brother Thomas Graves (#100).  Katherine Kerr Kendall, Caswell County North Carolina Will Books 1777-1814, copyright 1979 by author, 29, will filed in Book B, p. 311, Caswell County, dated April 14, 1781, names sister Ann Yancey, brother Thomas Graves (also named executor); witnessed by Barzillai Graves and John Graves, Sr.; proved by oath of Barzillai Graves and Azariah Graves who made oath that he believed John Graves, Sr. was a ‘concurring evidence to the said will at the time of execution of same.’

+106.   Isabella Graves, m. Thomas L. Slade, 12 Dec. 1782.

 

Louisa Graves (14) was born about 1717 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  She married Thomas Pulliam.  He was son of Thomas Pulliam, Sr., who died testate, Spotsylvania Co., 1758.  (R‑537)

Children - Pulliam

  107.   Isabel Pulliam

  108.   John Pulliam

  109.   Lydia Pulliam

  110.   Mary Pulliam

  111.   Rosanna Pulliam

  112.   Sally Pulliam, b.c. 1743.

  113.   William B. Pulliam, b.c. 1755, d. 1818.

  114.   Bartlett Pulliam, b.c. 1766, d. 1855.

 

Thomas Graves (15) was born by 1721 in St. George Parish, Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 18 Nov. 1801 in Fayette Co., KY.  He married Isabella (or Isabel or Arabella) Susan Bartlett, sometimes called Susan, by 1751 in VA probably Louisa Co.

The marriage date is indicated by an Orange Co., VA deed dated 24 Oct. 1751, Thomas Graves and wife Isabella of Orange Co. sell to William Warren 150 acres on Negro Run of Northanna River, signed by Thomas Graves Jr. and Isabella (X) Graves.  Thomas had purchased this land in May 1751 from William and Ann Lea of Louisa Co., VA.

Isabella was a daughter of William Bartlett (d. 1775) and Susanna (or Susannah) ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  William Bartlett was a son of Thomas Bartlett of Spotsylvania Co., Va.  Isabella was born about 1737 or earlier in Spotsylvania Co., and died April 1818 in Fayette Co., KY.

Thomas Graves lived in Spotsylvania Co., then in Orange Co., VA, where he was Constable in 1754, and later he is found in the records of Louisa Co., VA.  In Louisa in 1777, his name appears on a tax list being charged with 7 tithables (History of Louisa Co., by Harris, p. 169).  About 1784 or 1785 he moved to Fayette Co., Kentucky, where he bought and settled on a 700 acre tract of land (bought from Gen. William Christian of the Revolutionary Army) situated about five miles north of Lexington, Ky.  He was a cooper.  He was a Revolutionary soldier, and also contributed to the cause by furnishing food and supplies to the Continental troops.  He was at the battle of Yorktown, and later stated that he had witnessed the surrender of Cornwallis there (History of Kentucky, by Collins).  At one time his home was headquarters for General Lafayette (History of Fayette Co., Ky., by Perrin).

In a suit filed in Fayette Co., Ky., Oct. 1788, "Henderson vs. Graves", Thomas deposed that "sometime before I moved to Kentucky, my son William purchased for me, from John Henderson of Orange Co., 10 bbls. of corn which was sent to Fredericksburg for salt."  Although Thomas Graves died in 1801, his estate was not settled until 1819, and settlement is recorded in Fayette Co. Will Book E, p. 40.  A brief abstract of his will, made in Fayette Co., is as follows:    I desire my just debts be paid, to my son William Graves 500 acres situate on Licking in the co. of Campbell, the title to me made by Lewis Craig, Sr., also the money he has collected from my father's estate by virtue of a power of attorney from me to him, the said William for that purpose.  To my son Bartlett, a negro man named Charles, also the one half of 700 acres on Green River, part of 1000 acres purchased of Hubbard Taylor.  To my son John, the tract whereon I live at the death of my wife Isabel Graves, also all my lands on the south side of Ky. river except 300 acres to James Randolph and Rosannah his wife, and the one half of 700 acres to Bartlett Graves.  To daughter Rosannah Randolph 300 acres.  To daughter Isabel Hall 150-1/2 acres land situate in Campbell Co. and on the Ohio adjacent Wood and Ware.  To my daughter Ann Hancock a negro named Rachel. To my daughter Sally Graves a negro named Dinah.  To my daughter Mary Beeler a negro named Jane.  To my daughter Liddy Graves a negro named Eve.  To my loving wife Isabel half of land whereon I live with the mansion house and certain personality.  Sons John and Bartlett Graves and friend Bartlett Collins to be executors.  Witnesses: James Martin, William Dickey, Jeremiah Buckley.  (R‑24, R‑910, R‑915, R‑917)

Children - Graves

+115.   William Bartlett Graves, b. 19 Oct. 1755, m. Ann P. Pettus, 3 Feb. 1778, d. 7 Jan. 1818.

+116.   Ann Graves, b. 22 July 1756, m. John Hancock, 7 May 1774, d. 6 March 1846.

+117.   Isabella Graves, b. 1764, m(1) John Hall, by 1801, m(2) William Nash.

+118.   Roseanna Graves, b.c. 1765, m. James Randle/Randolph, d.c. 19 Oct. 1827.

+119.   Bartlett O. Graves, b. 22 Nov. 1766, m(1) Frances Lane, 16 April 1787, m(2) Kitty Patterson, 1793, m(3) Elizabeth Leathers, 7 Oct. 1806, d. 1855.

+120.   Mary Susan Graves, b.c. 1766, m. Samuel Beeler, 11 June 1790, d. 3 Nov. 1851.

  121.   Sarah ("Sally") Graves, b. 1768, m. Samuel Graves (#144), 17 Nov. 1783 (Louisa Co., VA).  Moved to Fayette Co., KY, where she died.  No children.

  122.   Lydia Graves, b. 2 Oct. 1769, m. John Graves, 23 Dec. 1784, d. 7 Sept. 1856.  See John Graves (#143), son of her uncle Richard, for descendants.

+123.   John C. Graves, b. 2 March 1775, m. Margaret Cloud, 1792, d. before 14 Aug. 1848.

 

Solomon Graves (16) was born in 1723 or before in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died about 1785 in Sussex Co. (created from Surry Co. in 1752), VA.  His will was dated 17 March 1784 and proved 17 Feb. 1785, Sussex Co., VA WB “D”, p. 297.  He married Sarah Winfield or Wingfield, daughter of William Winfield and Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, about 1746.  She died about 1802, also in Sussex Co., VA.  Her will was dated 26 June 1801 and proved 4 Feb. 1802 in Sussex Co., WB “F”, p. 278.  Solomon was a farmer.  He bought land in Surry (later Sussex) Co., where he lived until he died.  Their first four children were born in Surry Co., and the others in Sussex Co., VA (although they probably did not move).  (R‑63, R‑221, R‑910)

Children - Graves

  124.   William Graves, b. 5 Oct. 1747, died young (Surry Co., VA).

  125.   Thomas Graves, b. 29 Jan. 1749, d. aft. 1805.

+126.   David Graves, b. 11 Nov. 1750, m. Martha Moore, c. 1772, d.c. 1821.

+127.   Anne Graves, b. 12 Dec. 1752, m. Marcus Pennington, 28 July 1769.

+128.   William Graves, b. 13 Nov. 1754, m(1) Rebecca Williamson (?), m(2) Susanna ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. aft. 23 Dec. 1815.

+129.   Sally Graves, b. 26 June 1760, m. John Pennington, 20 Dec. 1786, d. 28 July 1811.

  130.   John Graves, b. 22 May 1762, m. Sarah Parham, 1 Dec. 1780 (Sussex Co., VA).  She was a dau. of Nathaniel Parham.  This is probably the John Graves from genealogy 835.

+131.   Rebecca Graves, b. 30 July 1764, m. William Charles Chambliss, Jr., 27 March 1782.

  132.   Martha ("Patsy" or "Patty") Graves, b. 21 June 1768, m. Thomas Williamson, 17 Sept. 1785 (Sussex Co., VA), d. 30 May 1828 (Williamson Co., TN).  He was a son of Arthur Williamson.

+133.   Richard Graves, m. Dorothy Blunt, 21 Aug. 1783, d. bef. 1790.

  134.   Polly Graves, m. Balaam Freeman, 6 Aug. 1789 (Sussex Co., VA), d. by 1798 (Sussex Co., VA).  He m(2) Mary Jones 2 Aug. 1798 (Sussex Co., VA).

 

William Graves (17) was born about 1724 (?), and died between May 1790 and Aug. 1790 in Henry Co., VA.  He married Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (R‑910)

Children - Graves

  135.   William Graves, Jr.; probably went to Fayette Co., KY.  It has been believed by some that this was the William from whom Gov. Bibb Graves was descended.

+136.   Thomas Graves, b. by 1769, m. Elizabeth Lanier, 16 Dec. 1800, d. 1844.

  137.   Elizabeth (“Betty” or “Betsy”) Graves, b. aft. 1763, m. Robert Anderson, 4 Sept. 1794 (Henry Co., VA), d. after 1801.

  138.   Nancy Graves, b.c. 1762, m. James Pasbury, 10 May 1784 (Henry Co., VA), d. after 1801.

+139.   Susannah Graves, b.c. 1763, m. Joseph Martin, Jr., 24 Feb. 1784, d. 9 March 1837.

  140.   John Graves, b. after 1764, d. after 1801.  Resident of Fayette Co., KY in 1799.

+141.   Mary Graves, b.c. 1759, m. Green Bouldin, 28 April 1791, d. by 1815.

+142.   Sarah Graves, b. aft. May 1775, m. Thomas East, 12 Aug. 1790, d. 4 Jan. 1866.

 

Richard Graves (18) was born about 1725, and died after 1788 in Fayette Co., KY.  He married Lucy Davenport in 1750.  They moved to Fayette Co., KY, and settled 8 miles from Cincinnati, Ohio.  They took 30 slaves with them.  Kentucky Co., Virginia was divided in 1780 to form three counties:  Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln.  Fayette County originally bordered Cincinnati, OH.  (R‑179, R‑910)

Children - Graves

+143.   John Graves, b. 18 Dec. 1757, m. Lydia Graves (#122), 23 Dec. 1784, d. 31 Oct. 1843.

  144.   Samuel Graves, m. Sarah (“Sally”) Graves (#121), 17 Nov. 1783 (Louisa Co., VA).  She was his first cousin, a daughter of Thomas Graves and Isabella Bartlett.  They moved to Fayette Co., KY.  No children.

  145.   James Graves, b.c. 1760 (Louisa Co., VA), d. aft. 1 Sept. 1832.  Signed an affidavit for his brother John’s Revolutionary War pension application on 1 Sept. 1832 in Fayette Co., KY.

+146.   William B. Graves, b.c. 1761, m. Judith (or Judah) Harrison, 29 Dec. 1779, d. by 2 May 1825.

 

Susanna (or Susannah) Graves (19) was born by 1740 and died by 1802.  She married William Pettus, son of Dabney Pettus and Ann Overton, in 1759.  He was born about 1729, and died 18 Sept. 1795 according to his will filed in Spotsylvania Co., VA (Virginia County Records, 1721-1800, WB F, p. 53), bond dated 18 Sept. 1795.

According to The Pettus Family, compiled and edited by A. Buhmer Rudd, 1957, pp. 22ff, it is more reasonable that William Pettus was the father of William Pettus who married Susanna Graves.  This is based on the connection with the Hart name and family, and other evidence.

William Pettus (who married Susanna) moved to Louisa Co., VA, where his father's brother John lived.  In 1751, William Pettus witnessed a deed (Book A, p. 444) when his uncle bought 214 acres on Elk and Little Rocky creeks.  In 1756, John Pettus sold this 214 acres to William Pettus (Book B, p. 96).  This was in St. Martin's parish.  Valentine calls him "of Trinity" in 1773 (Trinity was made from St. Martin's) and "of Spotsylvania" in 1788 (Valentine, pp. 103, 426).  He was known as Col. William Pettus of Louisa, this because he served in the militia of Louisa Co. before the Revolution and was a militia Colonel after the war.  He was on the Committee of Safety in 17‑‑ in Louisa Co.  He finally settled in Spotsylvania Co., Va., probably because his wife's people were there.

In 1772, Ann Graves, mother of Susanna (Graves) Pettus, gave a negro girl to her granddaughter Barbara Pettus (Crozier, pp. 153, 296).  Col. William Pettus's will, dated 18 Sept. 1795 and proved 4 Dec. 1798, listed children: Barbara, Anne, Susan, Louisa, William, Joseph, James, and Hart.  The last child was called "Hart" in will and deeds, but Hart always signed as Overton Hart and married as Overton Hart.  (R‑44, R‑109, R‑530, R‑910)

Children - Pettus

  147.   Ann P. Pettus, b. 1 Feb. 1760, m. William Bartlett Graves, 3 Feb. 1778, d. 12 Oct. 1815.  See #115 for descendants.

+148.   Barbara Pettus, m. John Arnold, 1775.

+149.   William Pettus, b. 1764, m. Lucy Waters Pettus, 9 Feb. 1784, d. 1813.

+150.   Susannah Pettus, m. John Davenport, c. 1778.

+151.   Joseph Pettus, b. 6 June 1773, m. Lucy Graves, 12 Dec. 1796, d. 2 Jan. 1853.

+152.   Louisa Maria Pettus, b. 15 Sept. 1780, m. Aaron Arnold, 13 Dec. 1803, d. 12 Sept. 1870.

+153.   Overton Hart Pettus, m. Barbara Cosby, 1795, d. 1812.

+154.   James Overton Pettus, b.c. 1773, m. Louisa Anna Shotwell, d. 1820.

 

Rice Graves (20) was born about 1729 in St. George Parish, Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died in 1814 in Louisa Co., VA.  In Spotsylvania Records, O. Book 1738-49, p. 466, June 7, 1748, he is called "Rice Graves, son of Thos. Graves Sr." and would hardly have been so designated had he then been 21 years of age.

He married Jane Young, daughter of John Young and Christian Bruce, about 1751-2.  (John Card Graves said this was his second marriage.)  Jane died in 1812.

We next find Rice as defendant in a chancery suit brought by Thomas Graves on Feb. 6, 1752 (Spots. Rec., O. Book 1749-55, p. 166).  In 1759, he was appointed to serve under John Robinson, surveyor of roads (Spots. Rec., O. Book 1755-65, p. 140).  In 1760, as Rice Graves of Spotsylvania Co., he bought from William and Mary Macon of New Kent Co. 190 acres "on North Anna River of Pamunkey" (Louisa Rec., Deed Book D, p. 31), and probably moved at once into Louisa Co.  Parenthetically, it might be remarked that all the members of this Graves family had their habitat, so far as can be determined, either on the north side of the Northanna River in Spotsylvania Co., or on the south side in Louisa Co.  Not until John ventured into North Carolina did any of them stray far from this river.  In 1772, Rice added more land to his holdings (Louisa Records, Deed Book D-1/2, p. 375), and in 1777 we find him listed with five tithables (Harris' History of Louisa Co., p. 169).  Rice was a soldier in the Revolutionary War.  He was administrator of his mother's estate, 15 Aug. 1782.  He was on the first U.S. census in 1783 in Essex Co., VA, and his family then consisted of four whites and three blacks.  In 1806 (Louisa Rec., Deed Book K, p. 253), describing himself as old and infirm, he appointed his son John to act as trustee in an equal division of his property among his children.  Louisa Co., Deed Book L, p. 225, July 11, 1809, begins:  “This Deed entered into betwixt John Tate executor of Elizabeth Tate, dec’d. of the first part and William Arnett attorney in fact for Richard Graves of the second part, James Arnett, Thomas Arnett, William Arnett and Susan Arnett who intermarried with John Long of the fourth part, Lawrence Young attorney in fact for Thomas Graves of the fifth part, William Graves of the sixth part Joseph Pettus of the seventh part Benjn Graves of the eighth part, Nancy Graves of the ninth part Catharine Graves of the tenth part and John Graves of the eleventh part”.  It is not known if this is the exact birth order, but the order is consistent with the list of children recorded in Book K.  .In the settlement of the estate as returned by John Graves (Will Book 5, p. 572, July 10, 1815) occur these entries: "Aug. 1812, to pd. Absalom Waller for preaching Mother's funeral", and "Aug. 1814, to pd. Wm. G. Hiter for preaching Father's funeral."

Other sources believe Rice and Jane had two other daughters, Mildred or Amelia, nicknamed Millie, and Judith.  Millie married William Abney in 1785 in Amherst Co., VA, and died about 1810 in Rockcastle Co., KY.  William married second Judith (Graves) Clark, widow of Joseph Clark, on 29 July 1811 in Estill Co., KY.  She died 10 Feb. 1853 in Rockcastle Co., KY.  On the marriage record for ‘Milley’ Graves and William Abney, her mother ‘Gean’ Graves gave consent for the marriage.  However, Rice Graves was still alive and would have been the likely person to give his consent.  Neither of these daughters has been added to this family.

Based on the newly acquired deed information, Mildred/Amelia and Judith are not daughters of Rice Graves.  (R‑21, R‑188, R‑219, R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+155.   John Graves, m. Mary Ragland, 24 Aug. 1795, d. 1843.

+156.   Thomas Graves, b. Oct. 1763, m(1) Mary Chilton, 25 Aug. 1785, m(2) Marley P. Walthall, 19 Oct. 1842, d. May 1847.

+157.   Benjamin Taylor Graves, b.c. 1765, m. Sallie Cole, d.c. 1846.

+158.   Elizabeth Graves, m(1) Enos Tate, 13 July 1772, m(2) Uriah Tate, 12 Oct. 1772, d. 18 May 1807.

+159.   Richard Graves, m. Sarah Arnett, 20 Nov. 1780, d. by 1811.

  160.   Susanna Graves, m. James Chiles, 20 Dec. 1785 (Louisa Co., VA).

+161.   Mary Graves, b.c. 1765, m. William Arnett, 11 Dec. 1781.

+162.   William Graves, b. 29 Jan. 1768, m. Lydia Ann Williams, 30 April 1793 (or 2 May 1793), d. 12 Dec. 1852.

  163.   Lucy Graves, m. Joseph Pettus (#151), 9 Feb. 1784.  See #151 for descendants.

  164.   Nancy Graves, m. Lewis W. Johnson, 10 Nov. 1820 (Louisa Co., VA).  Nancy made her home near Huntsville, Madison Co., AL.  Her will dated 6 Aug. 1827 gave her sister Lucy Pettus, a negro woman, to her niece Maria Graves a negro woman, to Thomas Arnett a negro boy, gifts to the heirs of her deceased niece Susannah Long, to James O. Pettus a negro man and some furniture; to her sister Catherine Graves a negro man, all of her household and kitchen furniture, stock of horses, cattle and hogs, and her land; and appointed her nephew James O. Pettus executor.  It is likely that her sister Lucy Pettus and family, Thomas Arnett, and her sister Catherine Graves, were then living in Madison Co., AL, instead of KY.

  165.   Catherine ("Kate") Graves, unmarried in 1815.

 

David Graves (21) was born about 1730 in Louisa Co. (or Spotsylvania Co.), VA, and died in Jan. (or Feb.) 1808 in Shelby Co., KY.  He married Agnes Holloway.  She outlived David.  By the settlement of his estate, they had two sons and four daughters.

Agnes was a daughter of Charles Holloway and his wife Hannah ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  Charles died by Jan. 17, 1803, in KY.  In his will, witnessed by John Graves, he did not name his children.  He mentioned his brother George Holloway in Virginia.  In Spotsylvania Co., VA, William Holloday/Holloway left a will dated 4 May 1746, and mentioned his sons Charles and George, along with other children.  Also in Spotsylvania Co., VA, John Graves, Jr., left a will dated 2 June 1747.  Witnesses to that will were Joseph and Benjamin Hollowday.

David Graves was in Surry Co., NC by 1762, when his son Edmund was born, and moved to Shelby Co., KY as one of the early settlers.  He is said to have served in the Revolutionary War.

In the Louisa Co., VA Loose Papers, there is a bond dated Oct. 22, 1766 from John Day to David Graves.  On Sept. 20, 1779 in Surry Co., NC, David witnessed a deed.  In Fayette Co., KY, a David Graves is listed with 2 tithables, and in the first tax list of Shelby Co., KY, David is listed with 220 acres on Beech Creek.

The Shelby Co., KY Grantor Deeds, 1789-1838, records that David gave a "deed of Gift" to Thomas Martin, his son-in-law, on May 25, 1807, 196 acres on Guist.  Then on Feb. 8, 1808 there is an agreement from Thomas Martin marked "division."

David's will, on record in Shelby Co., was written 9 Jan. 1808, and was produced in court on 8 Feb. 1808.  His children are not listed in the will by name, but his granddaughter, Agnes Conely, is given a "two-year old mare and saddle and a bed and furniture such as his wife Agnes shall give her."

David also states that his wife, Agnes, shall have the possession of his estate during her natural lifetime.  He wills that his daughter, Elizabeth Leatherman, shall receive an equal portion but it is to be lodged in the hands of Richard Graves for her use and under his direction.  His son Richard is to be the executor.

On June 18, 1819 the heirs of David are mentioned in a court order about a certain tract of land in Shelby Co. on Beech Creek containing 248 acres.  (R‑70, R‑148, R‑910)

Children - Graves

+166.   Edmund Graves, b.c. 1762, m(1) Nancy (or Jane) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Judith Holloway, 21 Aug. 1823, d. 12 July 1834.

  167.   William Graves, b. 1763.  (May not be a child of David.)

+168.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1775, m. John Leatherman, 3 Feb. 1797, d. 10 June 1846.

+169.   Richard Graves, b.c. 1776, m. Nellie Tilley, 26 Dec. 1797, d. 13 Sept. 1847.

+170.   Susannah Graves, b.c. 10 May 1780, m. Thomas E. Martin, 22 (or 28) Aug. 1801, d. 19 Sept. 1851.

+171.   Samuel Graves, b. 10 July 1791, m. Priscilla Hedden, 11 Jan. 1813, d. 7 March 1840.

  172.   daughter, m. William Burgin.

+173.   daughter, m. William Connelly.

 

Nancy Graves (22) was born about 1735, and died by 1809 in Wilkes Co., GA.  (Mrs. Hiden had suggested the possibility that this was Catherine or Katherine Graves.)  She married William Lea, brother of Isabella Lea.  They moved to and lived in Caswell Co., N.C.  William died testate May-July 1794 in Wilkes Co., Ga.

Nancy is not documented as a daughter of Thomas and Ann, but there is circumstantial evidence.  A daughter did marry a William Lea, and this William was a brother of Isabella Lea who married John Graves.  The names used in this family are names used by this Graves line.  (R‑14)

Children - Lea

  174.   Thomas Lea, m. Sally Lea.

  175.   John Lea, m. Elizabeth Bradley.

  176.   Jonathan Lea, m. Mary Hightower.

  177.   Nancy Lea

  178.   Solomon Lea

  179.   Rosanna Lea, m. Gene Sherwood, d. before 1809.

  180.   Sarah Lea, m. William Roper, d. before 1794.

  181.   Jean (Jane) Lea

 

Rosanna ("Ann") Graves (23) was born about 1734 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and may have died as late as 1831 (although some people have said 1782) in Albemarle Co., VA.  She married John Spencer, perhaps 1757 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  He was born about 1732 in Hanover Co., VA, and died in 1789 in Albemarle Co., VA.  They lived in Albemarle Co., VA.  (R‑14, R‑60, R‑252, R‑902, R‑910, R‑911)

Children - Spencer

+182.   John Spencer, b.c. 1763, m. Mary Humphrey, 4 Nov. 1785, d. 22 July 1820.

  183.   Sharp Spencer, b.c. 1770, d. 1834.

  184.   Abraham Spencer, b.c. 1768

  185.   Thomas Spencer; killed at Guilford Court House during the American Revolution.

  186.   Elizabeth Spencer, m. Dr. Melvin.

+187.   Anna Spencer, b.c. 1770, m. Thomas Maupin, 10 June 1784, d. 1848.

  188.   Sarah Spencer, m. David Maupin, 13 Oct. 1785 (Albemarle Co., VA).

+189.   Rosanna Spencer, b.c. 1779, m. Thomas Chapman Naylor, 16 Jan. 1799, d. bet. 1811-1813.

+190.   Mary Graves Spencer, b. 25 Dec. 1779, m. Chapman White Maupin, 26 Dec. 1805, d. 23 July 1868.

  191.   Susannah Spencer, b.c. 1766, m. William Sandidge (#31).  He d. 1786.  A Susannah Sandidge m. Daniel Maupin on 27 Feb. 1792.  This is a possible 2nd marriage for this Susannah, but could be Susannah (#35), the sister of William, instead.

  192.   Rachel Spencer, b.c. 1792, m. William Humphreys (or Humphries), 16 July 1807, d. aft. 1850.

 

Robert Graves (24) was born before 1755, based on the 1800 census for Chesterfield Co., SC, showing him in the 45 and over age category.  Based on the birth dates of his children, his birth date may have been 1735-1740.  His wife may have been Jean ‑‑‑‑‑‑, since she was cosigner with him on one deed.  Most of the following evidence is from Mrs. Sue Davis (R‑14).

Although most of the evidence is circumstantial, it appears that Robert is the father of at least the following three children.  He is the only Graves in SC land records to be in the right place at the right time. The probability that he is a son of Thomas and Ann (Davenport) Graves also explains the Davenport name for many of his descendants.

Robert Graves was the only Graves in Chesterfield Co. records during at least 1770-80, as evidenced by the deeds listed below.  Chesterfield Co. was created from Craven District.  Both Lewis and Richard Graves owned land on Thompson Creek in Anson Co., N., just across the state line.

S.C. Memorials (land grants):  A memorial exhibited by Robert Graves for a tract of land containing 250 acres in Craven Co. on the north side of Great PeeDee adjoining Lipham, Husband, Wise and Claudius Pegues, certified 7 Nov. 1770, granted 15 March 1771.

A memorial exhibited by Robert Graves for 150 acres on Thompson Creek, waters of PeeDee, bounded by vacant sides.  Surveyed 1 Oct. 1771, granted 28 Nov. 1771.

Charleston, S.C. Deed Records (all S.C. deeds prior to the Revolution were filed in Charleston), Book C, p. 78, Robert Graves to James Blanton.  Lease and release for 250 acres, 1 July 1772, Parish of St. David, County of Craven, land granted 15 March 1771, north side of PeeDee, bound by Lipham, Husband, etc.

                                                        signed  Robert Graves

                                                                    Jean (x) Graves

Family papers or oral tradition in the Sholars family say Lewis Graves had brothers Richard and John.  Records seem to bear this out.  Richard Graves gave testimony to Lewis' service in pension application.  He witnessed an Anson Co., NC deed of Lewis Graves.  He signed a receipt for Lewis on SC Stub Indent.  John Graves also witnessed an Anson Co. deed.  John lived in the same district in Hancock Co., GA and in Jasper Co., GA as Lewis.  He was also a codefendant in a law suit with Lewis in Hancock Co.  (R‑14)

Most of the information on Robert Graves and all his known descendants was previously published in Robert Graves of Anson Co., N.C. and Chesterfield Co., S.C., by Kenneth Vance Graves, 1980.  (R‑916)

Children - Graves

+193.   Lewis Graves, b. 17 July 1760, m. Ann or Amy Worthen, 1781, d. 1839.

+194.   John L. Graves, b.c. 1763, m. Rebecca Harris, c. 1792, d. 1851.

+195.   Richard Graves, b. 30 Dec. 1765, m. Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH GRAVES (4) AND SARAH ‑‑‑‑‑‑

Mary Graves (27) was born about 1738, and died in 1800 at Fort Madison, Pickens Co., SC.  She married Benjamin Cleveland about 1758-60. He was born 26 May 1738 in Blue Run, Orange Co., VA, and died 15 Oct. 1806 in Fort Madison, Pickens Co., SC.  They were buried on the Cleveland Plantation, Fort Madison.

Col. Benjamin Cleveland moved from VA to Yadkin, Rowan Co., NC about 1763 (Rowan became Surry Co. in 1770 and Wilkes Co. in 1777), and lived there until after the Revolution.  Benjamin lost his home in Wilkes Co., NC through a faulty title, and then moved to Pendleton District, SC, on the Tugaloo River, where he was a judge, as he had been in NC.

Col. Benjamin Cleveland was "the famous Colonel of Indian Wars in NC and of the Revolution at the Battle of King's Mountain, and the terror of Tories whom he hanged without ceremony."  Cleveland Co., NC and the town of Cleveland, TN are named for him.

It has been incorrectly believed by some that Benjamin Cleveland had Graves ancestry, descended from Jane Graves, a great-granddaughter of Capt. Thomas Graves of VA through Thomas's son Francis[5].  It was believed that Jane Graves and John Coffey had a daughter, Martha Elizabeth Coffey, who married John Cleveland.  However, that is not correct.  Elizabeth Coffey, daughter of Edward Coffey and sister of John Coffey, is the one who married John Cleveland.  This couple lived most of their lives at Blue Run, Orange Co., VA, and had several famous sons, most notably Col. Benjamin Cleveland of Revolutionary War fame.  This ancestry is discussed by George A. Martin in "Virginia Cleveland Ancestor Discovered", Nat. Gen. Soc. Quarterly, vol. 46, no. 3, Sept. 1958, p. 152.

One account says: Col. Ben's only daughter married General Wyly of Iredell Co., NC, and their son, General James Rutherford Wyly, was a distinguished officer of the War of 1812.  He married Sarah Hawkins Clark, granddaughter of Gov. John Sevier of TN, who was a General at King's Mountain.  It is possible that Col. Ben’s daughter, Jemima, was adopted; that would explain why she was left out of his will.

According to R‑501, Jemima was the illegitimate daughter of Col. Cleveland by Mary Elizabeth Meyers.  ‘Jemima had two children out of wedlock with James Wyly’ in 1782 and 1784.  After the Revolutionary War, Wyly married another woman.  Jemima had four children by Evangelist (Evan) Edwards; although they did not marry, they lived together the required seven years for a common-law marriage.  After the death of Edwards in 1794, Jemima’s father instructed William Martin to come to Oconee, Tugaloo Co., SC where he gave her a plantation house, cattle, etc. and slaves.  She married Daniel Cleveland, son of David Cleveland.  He was the overseer for her father.  He was born about 1776 in VA, and died after 1860.  He was recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in East Feliciana Parish, LA.

At least the two sons were born in Albemarle Co., VA.  (R‑20, R‑204, R‑205, R‑208, R‑209, R‑501)

Children - Cleveland

+196.   Absalom Cleveland, b.c. 1759, m. Martha Harrison, 11 Nov. 1782, d. 1838.

+197.   John Cleveland, b. 1760, m. Catherine (Slocum) Montgomery, 9 June 1781, d. 1810.

  198.   Jemima Cleveland, b. 1765, m(1) James Wyly (or Wyley), 1780, m(2) Evangelist Evan Edwards, m(3) Daniel Cleveland, d. 1810 or 1832 (LA).

 

 

GENERATION 4

 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH GRAVES (5) AND WILLIAM SANDIDGE

Mary Sandidge (or Sandridge) (28) was born about 1748 and died in 1809.  She married Littleberry Lane.  He died in 1807.  (His name was given as William Lane by one source.)  Reference for the information on this family is Layne-Lain-Lane Genealogy compiled by Floyd Benjamin Layne, pp. 123-124.  (R‑138, R‑256)

Children - Lane

  199.   Betsey Lane, m. William Faris.

  200.   Unity Lane, m. Stephen Rowe.  He was the son of William Rowe and Elizabeth Sandridge.

  201.   son, d. by 1790.

  202.   son, living with his father 1799-1801.

  203.   Nancy Lane, m. Hezekiah Faris.

  204.   William S. (Sandridge?) Lane

  205.   Lucy Lane, m. Dennis Reiley.

  206.   Polly Lane, m. Nathan Sandage.

  207.   Frances T. Lane, m. Pleasant Howard.  She was his second wife.

 

Stephen Sandidge (30) was born about 1752 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died after 1826 in Franklin Co., TN.  He married Sarah Henderson.  She was born about 1753 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died in 1810 in Franklin Co., TN.  At least the first 3 children listed below were born in Albemarle Co., VA.  (R‑335)

Children - Sandidge/Sandridge

+208.   John Sandidge, b.c. 1773, m. Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d.c. 1825.

  209.   Dillard Sandridge, b.c. 1777, m. Hannah Epperson, 14 Oct. 1797 (Albemarle Co., VA), d. after 1860 (Albemarle Co., VA).  She was b.c. 1776 and d. after 1860, both in Albemarle Co., VA.

+210.   Nathan Sandridge, b.c. 1778, m(1) Polly Lane, m(2) Catherine Modena, d.c. 1844.

  211.   Benjamin Thurmond Sandidge

  212.   Joshua Sandidge

  213.   Reuben Sandidge, m. Jester K. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 9 Oct. 1800.

+214.   William Sandidge, b.c. 1780, m(1) Mary Wood, c. 1800, m(2) Elizabeth Garrison, 4 Jan. 1831, d. 10 April 1852.

+215.   Sarah Henderson Sandidge, b.c. 1784, m. Peter Eades, 28 May 1803, d. bet. 1860-1870.

 

Ann (or JoAnne) Sandidge (32) was born about 1756, and died before 1826.  She married Gideon Winston Carr.  He was born about 1750 and died in 1844 in Dickson Co., TN.  Their children were born in Albemarle Co., VA.  (R‑138, R‑256)

Children - Carr

  216.   Elizabeth Carr, m. James Wood.

  217.   Sally Carr

+218.   Nancy Carr, b.c. 1770, m. William Cunningham, 24 Dec. 1795, d. 1834.

  219.   Meekins Carr, m. Mary S. Hamner (or Hammer).

  220.   Susannah Carr, m. Minor Bibb.

  221.   Anna Carr, m. Thomas Gentry, 12 Dec. 1804 (Albemarle Co., VA).

  222.   John Bluford Carr, m. Susannah Hamner (or Hammer).

+223.   Mary Carr, b.c. 1787, m. James W. Carr, 3 Feb. 1806, d. 1863.

  224.   Martha Ann ("Patsy") Carr, b.c. 1791, m. Cornelius Beasley, d. 1886.

+225.   Dabney Carr, May 1793, m. Mary Appleberry, 11 March 1817, d. 1872.

  226.   Micajah Walter Carr, m. Ann Thurmond, 16 Dec. 1815 (Albemarle Co., VA).

 

Mildred ("Milly") Sandidge (33) was born about 1756 and died after 15 Nov. 1826, both in Albemarle Co., VA.  She married John Hall, son of John Hall, about 1776.  He was born in 1748 and died after 31 Jan. 1833 or 1834, both in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was a tailor and served in the Rev. War.

On 15 Nov. 1826, their son-in-law Richard Dowell, who held their power-of-attorney in Green Co., KY, filed for a dismissal of a suit against her brother John Sandidge.  (R‑174, R‑178, R‑311)

Children - Hall

+227.   Elizabeth Graves Hall, b.c. 1778-80, m. John Keen, d. 6 May 1864.

  228.   John Hall

  229.   Richard Hall

  230.   Mary Hall

  231.   Jane Hall

  232.   Susan Hall, b.c. 1790 (VA), never married, d. after 1860.  Recorded with nephew John S. Dowell on the 1860 census in Metcalfe Co., KY.

+233.   Mildred Hall, b.c. 1790, m. Richard Dowell, 25 Dec. 1812, d.c. 1832.

+234.   Nancy Hall, b.c. 1795, m. Harrison Dowell, 26 Dec. 1812, d. aft. 1850.

  235.   Peter Adam Hall, b.c. 1798 (Albemarle Co., VA), m. Lucinda Burton, 4 May 1819 (Orange Co., VA), d. 16 Sept. 1855 (Green Co., KY).  She was b.c. 1803 (Orange Co., VA), d. 18 Oct. 1855 (Liletown, Green Co., KY).

 

John Sandidge (34) was born 25 Nov. 1760, and died 27 July 1832 in Wilson Hill, Green Co., KY, and was buried in Sandidge Cem., Newt, Green Co., KY.  He married Mary (“Polly”) Wood, daughter of David Wood and Mary Watson.  She was born about 1760 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 4 March 1824 in Wilson Hill, KY.  Their children were born in VA, most probably in Albemarle Co.  They were buried in Sandidge Cem., D.A.R. Cemetery Rd. on the farm of Howard Curry in the Newt Community of Green Co., KY.  It is one of two Sandidge Cemeteries in Green Co., KY.  (R‑304, R‑557)

Children - Sandidge

  236.   Elizabeth Dabney Sandidge, b. 11 Oct. 1784.

  237.   Rachel W. Sandidge, b. 22 Aug. 1787, d.c. 1790

  238.   Ann Wood Sandidge, b. 29 Oct. 1789, m. John Edwards, 11 Sept. 1810 (Albemarle Co., VA), d. aft. 1860 (Green Co., KY).  He was b. 8 April 1785, d. 30 Nov. 1842.  Bur. Edwards Cem. (Greensburg, Green Co., KY.  Seven children.

+239.   Pleasant Wood Sandidge, b. 19 Dec. 1791, m. Elizabeth Jones Edwards, 22 June 1813, d. 3 July 1849.

  240.   Henrietta Sandidge, b. 9 Dec. 1793, m. Christopher Goulder, 2 April 1811 (Green Co., KY), d. 26 June 1883.  Seven children.

  241.   Sarah (“Sally”) Sandidge, b. 23 Dec. 1796, m. C. Jones, m(1). Manoah Lasley, 24 July 1812 (Green Co., KY), m(2) Phillip P. Jones, d. 21 July 1886.  One child.

  242.   Christopher Kit Sandidge, b. 17 Dec. 1797, m. Elizabeth Warner Whitlock, 26 Jan. 1821 (Green Co., KY), d. 10 Sept. 1886 (Green Co., KY).  She was b. 15 Jan. 1805 (Buckingham Co., KY), d. 28 June 1881.  Thirteen children.  Both bur. McGlasson Cem. Green Co., KY.

  243.   Lucy Sandidge, b. 1 Jan. 1800, m. Supry Higgason, 8 April 1817 (Green Co., KY), d. 21 Dec. 1855 (Green Co., KY).  Bur. Sandidge Cem.

  244.   Aaron Burr Sandidge, b. 3 Dec. 1801 (Albemarle Co., VA or Green Co., KY), m(1) Polly Robertson Thompson, 22 Dec. 1825 (Green Co., KY)), m(2) Lucy Trigg (Thompson) French, 25 Feb. 1848, d. 1 June 1854 (Hart Co., KY).  Polly was b.c. 1805 (Hart Co., KY), daughter of William Thompson and ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Robertson, d.c. 1845 (Green Co., KY).  Lucy was b. 6 Nov. 1822 (Hart Co., KY), daughter of William Thompson and Judith Trigg, d. 3 April 1864 (Green Co., KY).  Polly and Lucy were half sisters.  Eight children by 1st marriage, three by 2nd marriage.

  245.   Dabney M. Sandidge, b. 15 April 1804, m. Dorothy L. Thompson, c. 1829, d. 18 Jan. 1898 (Green Co., KY).  She was b. 16 Oct. 1816 (Hart Co., KY), daughter of William Thompson and Judith Trigg, d. 19 Sept. 1890 (Green Co., KY).  Five children.  Both bur. Sandidge Cem.

  246.   Micajah C. Sandidge, b. 5 March 1806, m. Eleanor G. Ingram, d. 1832 (Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY).  She was b.c. 1806.  No children.

  247.   John W. Sandidge, b. 29 June 1809, m. Maria Louisa Brents, 15 July 1834 (Green Co., KY), d. 14 June 1857 (Saline Co., MO).  She was b. 16 July 1813 (KY), daughter of Joshua Brents and Rebecca A. Worley, d. 8 Jan. 1906 (Saline Co., MO).  Eight children.

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS GRAVES (6) AND ELIZABETH ‑‑‑‑‑‑

Thomas Graves (36) was born Sept. 1747 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 12 March 1834 in Lincoln Co., MO.  He married Martha Ryan, and possibly Mary Mason.  [His son Thomas married Mary Mason on 20 Nov. 1795, so this appears to be incorrect.]  He moved to Bourbon Co., KY, and was in Warren Co., MO in 1820.  He was judge of the county court for Warren and Montgomery Co’s., MO.  According to Mrs. P. W. Hiden, Martha Ryan may have been Thomas' second wife.  She was first married to William Sims, who died in 1769.  (R‑12, R‑310, R‑911)

Children - Graves, by Martha Ryan

+248.   Elizabeth Graves, b. 5 Sept. 1771, m. Thomas Wright, 6 Sept. 1788, d. 8 Sept. 1807.

+249.   Thomas Nelson Graves, b.c. 1774, m. Mary Mason, 20 Nov. 1795, d. aft. 1860.

  250.   Nancy Graves

  251.   Lucy Graves

  252.   Waller Graves, b.c. 1782, m. Mary ("Polly") Rucker, d. 1833 (in prison).  She was dau. of John Rucker (b. Caroline Co., VA, d. 1794, Orange Co., VA) and Mary Burton (d. 1823).  This is probably the Waller Graves who was insane when he killed William Kent (husband of Mary Ann Zumwalt) at Newton Howell's home on Oct. 2, 1830 in Montgomery, MO.  Other sources identify the victim as ‘the father-in-law of Henry B. Graves, his nephew’.

 

Lewis Graves (37) was born about 1750 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 11 May 1810 in Laurens, Laurens Co., SC[6].  Various deeds place his parents in Culpeper from the 1740’s on.  He first married Ann Sims, daughter of Thomas Sims, before 1782 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He married second Rebecca (Starnes) Sims, daughter of Ebenezer Starnes and Anna Fields, after 10 Sept. 1805, when the will of her first husband, William Sims, was proved.  She was born about 1760 in SC, and died after 1850, probably in TN.  She apparently remarried after Lewis’ death to an unknown McWhorley, whom she outlived.  She was recorded with Martin Graves on the 1850 census in Hardin Co., KY as Rebecca McWhorley.  She would have been both mother-in-law and stepmother to Martin Graves.

Lewis is listed in the 1790 U.S. census of Laurens Co., SC as Lewis Greaves.  He is found with this spelling elsewhere as well.  In reading the will of his father, Thomas Graves of Culpeper Co., VA, one might interpret some of the wording in the codicil to mean a family tift had developed between father and son.  Perhaps this was the reason for his adoption of an alternative spelling.  Lewis is listed in this census as having one free white male over 16 (himself), 3 free white males under 16, 5 free white females, and 3 slaves.  Based on this data, we can conclude he probably had 3 young sons, a wife, and 4 daughters.

On the same page of the census are found Elizabeth Simms, probably his sister who was widowed in 1789 and yet to marry Dr. John Creecy.  She is listed with 1 male over 16, 4 males 16 and under, 5 females (including herself), and 4 slaves.  Also on the same page is Aaron Stern (Starnes), the father of Rebecca Starnes, wife of his son Lewis.

The 1800 census for Laurens Co., SC listed Lewis Graves with 1 male 0-10, 2 males 10-16, 1 male 26-45, 1 male over 45 (Lewis), 1 female 0-10, 2 females 16-26, 1 female 26-45, 6 slaves.

Even though Lewis Graves was a justice of the peace and probated many wills, he apparently died intestate.  There is an estate sale in the records of Laurens Co., SC.  His heirs are listed as George C. Madden, Fanny Graves, John Addams, and Lewis Graves.  Administrators are William and Martin Graves.  Purchasers were Rebecca and Fanny Graves.  This estate sale occurred on 31 May 1810 (bundle 29, package 7, Laurens Co., SC).  The doctor bill was paid to Dr. John Creecy.  John Wait was appointed to appraise the estate.  Another source has slightly different data.  No date is given, but the administrators are the same William and Martin Graves.  Heirs are not listed as such, but the following purchasers are named: Rebecah Graves, Wm. Graves, Lewis Graves, Fanney Graves, Martin Graves, Moses Madden, George Madden, Jacob Niswanger, John Adams, John Williard (?), Richard Golden, John Newman, William Crocker, John Creecy, John Boyce, Martin Shaw, James Sims, Martin Sims, George Morgan, John Wait, Joseph Bolton, William McFerson, Isaac Mosely, Larkin Gaines, Samuel Anderson, Thomas Brock, and Ebeneezer Harris.  (Notice some of the spellings differ, but they were copied exactly as written.)

From another source, purchasers at the estate sale were: James Sims, John Sims, Joel Sims, John Wait, Phillip Wait, Dr. John Creecy.

Lewis had a sister Elizabeth (will of Thomas Graves, 1792; will of Dr. John Creecy; 1790 Laurens Co., SC census).  Lewis also had a sister Frances Wait (will of Thomas Graves, 1792; will of Dr. John Creecy).  Lewis was listed in the Culpeper Co. personal property tax roll for 1782 and 1783; 1 slave, Winnie.  He was in SC in 1792, according to the will of Thomas Graves.

Pension application of John Wait, no. 7812, filed 1834, from Laurens Co., S.C., states he served from Culpeper Co., VA.  Elizabeth Creecy gave testimony that she had known Wait for 62 years.  (Elizabeth was widow of Dr. Creecy and widow of Zachariah Sims; see will of Creecy.)  Witnessed by William Graves (son of Lewis Graves who died 1810).

The first 2 children listed below were probably born in VA, the third one definitely was, and the others were born in Laurens Co., SC.  (R‑196, R‑202, R‑585, R‑920)

Children - Graves, by Ann Sims

+253.   Nancy Ann Graves, b.c. 1782, m. George Madden, d. 11 Feb. 1855.

+254.   Lucy Graves, b.c. 1783, m. John Adams, d. bef. 1850.

+255.   Martin Graves, b.c. 1785, m. Ann(a) Sims, 31 Dec. 1807, d. bet. 11 Jan. 1854 and 7 March 1854.

+256.   William Graves, b.c. 1788, m. Mary Wait, d. bet. 1856-1860.

+257.   Lewis Graves, b.c. 1789, m. Rebecca Starnes, c. 1810, d. 1857.

  258.   Fanny Graves, b.c. 1790; no record found for a marriage.

  259.   Amey S. (Sims?) Graves, b.c. 7 May 1799, d. aft. 7 May 1820.  Joseph Neely became her guardian on 18 May 1816 and payments were made to him for her care by her brothers Martin, Lewis, or William Graves until she became of age of 7 May 1820.

 

Elizabeth Graves (38) was born about 1752 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died between July 1829 and 4 Nov. 1831 in Laurens Co., SC.  She first married Zachariah Simms (or Sims), son of Thomas Simms and Rebecca Petty, in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born about 1748 in Culpeper Co., and died about 24 Aug. 1790 or before in Laurens Co., SC.  After the death of Zachariah, Elizabeth married second Dr. John Creecy in Laurens Co., SC.  He died before 15 Jan. 1812 in Laurens Co.

Zachariah Sims, husband of Elizabeth Graves, appears in Culpeper Co., Va. records.

·      Culpeper Co. Will Book C, p. 129, named in will of his father, Thomas Sims, 1784.

·      Deed Book L, p. 261, 17 March 1783, Zachariah Sims and wife Elizabeth sell land to Samuel Delph.

·      1783 personal property tax roll of Culpeper Co. includes Zachariah Sims, John Wait, and Lewis Graves.

Laurens Co. Will Book I, 1810-1818, section D-1, p. 13. John Creecy to wife Elizabeth and her children by Zachariah Sims, deceased:  James Sims, Joel Sims, Zachariah S. Sims, and Fanny, wife of Jacob Clemmons. John Wait, executor, 15 Jan. 1812.  Witnesses:  John and Frances Wait.

From Abstracts of Early Records of Laurens Co., SC, 1785-1820, in Deed Book H: 2/4/1804-4/17/1806, Jesse Pugh and wife Lydia to John Creecy for 75 acres on Black Cr. of Reedy R. bordering on Ezekiel Andrews, John Wait & John Sims, Geo. Wharton. D. Anderson, JQ.  D.R. (Dower Rights) of Lyda Pugh.  In Deed Book J: 6/9/1810-2/5/1812, John Creecy and wife Elizabeth (former widow of Zachariah Sims) marriage settlement to equalize division of slaves among legatees: John Sims, Thomas Sims, Jesse Pugh and wife Lyda, James Wait and Sarah, James Sims.  Wit.: D. Anderson, John Wait, William Fulton, J.P.

There is a question as to whom the children of Elizabeth Graves were.  The will of John Creecy lists as children of Elizabeth’s first marriage James, Joel, Zachariah S., and Fanny.  The marriage settlement of John Creecy and Elizabeth lists as legatees John Sims, Thomas Sims, James Sims, Lydia (Pugh), and James Wait.  Since James Wait was probably a nephew (son of Elizabeth’s sister Frances), how can we be sure that John, Thomas and Lydia were also children?  Perhaps John and Thomas were children of Joel or Zachariah, since neither of them were listed in the settlement, or perhaps the people not mentioned in the settlement had already been provided for separately.  (R‑140, R‑233, R‑247)

Children - Sims

  260.   Rebecca Sims, b.c. 1772 (VA), m. Lewis Pugh, d. Jan. 1841 (AL).  He was b.c. 1772 (VA), and d. 1836 (AL).

  261.   John Sims, b.c. 1774.

+262.   Frances Sims, b.c. 1776, m(1) Zachariah Simpson, c. 1790, m(2) Jacob Hilliard Clements, c. 1797, d. 3 Feb. 1856.

+263.   Lydia Sims, b.c. 1777, m. Jesse Pugh, c. 1794, d. Sept. 1864.

+264.   Joel Sims, b.c. 1779, m. Elizabeth McGlathery, d. 1 Dec. 1829.

  265.   Son, b.c. 1780.

  266.   Thomas Sims, b.c. 1782.

  267.   Sarah Sims, b.c. 1784, m. James Wait (#272), bef. 1800, d. aft. 1870.  See #272 for descendants.

+268.   James Sims, b.c. 1785, m(1) Mariah Parks Wait, #291, m(2) Sarah Razor, d. bet. 1829-1841.

  269.   Zachariah S. Sims

 

Anne (“Nancy”) Graves (39) was born about 1755 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in Laurens Co., SC.  She first married Richard Wait(s) about 1774.  He was born about 1750 in VA, and died about 1785 in Culpeper Co., VA.  She married second ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Jones about 1785 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in Laurens Co., SC.  (R‑45)

Children - Wait

  270.   Child

+271.   Elizabeth Wait, b.c. 1775, m. Isaiah Jones, c. 1794, d. Feb. 1838.

+272.   James Wait, b.c. 1779, m. Sarah Sims (#267), bef. 1800, d. aft. 1840.

 

William Graves (40) was born about 1755 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in 1833 at the old home place in Mackville, Washington Co., KY.  It is possible that his full name was William Thomas Graves, but there is no proof of that.  He married Sarah Fisher of Culpeper Co., VA, possibly on 22 Dec. 1790 (although there is some belief that that is the marriage date to a second wife).

It was previously believed that the son Thomas was Thomas Sims Graves, born 13 July 1794 in Culpeper Co., VA, died 6 May 1859 in Nelson Co., KY, who first married Harriet R. Gist and married second Mary E. Graves.  Through DNA analysis, it has been conclusively proven that Thomas Sims Graves was not a descendant of Capt. Thomas Graves (genealogy 169) nor of genealogy 270.  Uriah Noah Graves was also confirmed by DNA testing to be a brother of Thomas Sims Graves, and both have been put in genealogy 94.  Both these men were sons of a William Graves.  The birth date of William Graves has been given as about 1755 by some researchers and about 1776 by others, and he has been listed with different wives and different children.  The most likely answer to this confusion is that there are two different men named William Graves.  We need to separate the two families and perform DNA testing on any lines that are still questionable.  It is likely that some of the other children listed below also belong in genealogy 94.  (R‑190, R‑276, R‑911, R‑912)

Children - Graves

  273.   Ony Graves, b. 1770 (or 1786), m. Adam Pierce, 6 Dec. 1798.  Her name has also been given as Amy.  Some researchers have incorrectly given her parents as William Graves and Nancy Buckler, descended from John Graves and Sarah Noble of MD & KY (genealogy 96).  That William Graves was b.c. 1780-1790, so he couldn’t possibly have been Ony’s father.

+274.   John Graves, b. 19 Aug. 1775, m(1) Margaret Stinnette, 2 Feb. 1795, m(2) Delilah (Smith) Bailey, d. 9 Nov. 1838 (or 16 May 1839).

+275.   Jane (or Jean or Joan) Graves, b.c. 1779, m. John Pierce, 7 Jan. 1797 (Washington Co., KY), d. 27 May 1842.

+276.   William Graves, Jr., b.c. 1781, m. Elizabeth Sweeney, 4 Nov. 1805, d. 24 Dec. 1850.

+277.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1786, m. Jesse Peter, 6 Dec. 1814, d. 6 April 1842.

+278.   Nancy Graves, b.c. 1788, m. Zachariah Lawson, 10 March 1806, d. by 25 March 1850.

+279.   Thomas Graves, b. 15 Jan. 1790, m. Sarah Lawson, 22 Feb. 1812, d. Jan. 1855.

+280.   James Graves, b.c. 1793, m(1) Ruth Sherrell, 10 Feb. 1814, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 11 May 1865.

+281.   Lewis Graves, b. 25 Oct. 1798, m. Sarah J. Milbourne, 6 Feb. 1822, d. aft. 16 Aug. 1850.

+282.   Edward J. Graves, b.c. 1801, m(1) Lucinda Schooling, 7 Aug. 1823, m(2) Lydia Wisdom, 2 June 1835, d.c. July 1868.

 

Philip Graves (41) was born about 1760.  He married Elizabeth Jones on 25 Sept. 1785 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was on the 1788 tax list for Culpeper Co.  He left Culpeper Co. in 1804 and appeared in Madison Co., VA in 1810.  After 1820 he left Madison Co.  They supposedly had at least 10 children. The following children were all born in Madison Co., VA.  (R‑911)

Children - Graves

  283.   Nancy Graves, m. John Ross, 2 March 1811 (Madison Co., VA).

  284.   Frances Graves, m. John Wilson, 18 April 1811 (Madison Co., VA).

  285.   Malinda Graves, m. John Hunt, 28 Jan. 1813 (Madison Co., VA).

  286.   Elizabeth Graves, m. Richard Holmes, 14 Nov. 1816 (Madison Co., VA).

  287.   son, b. 1800-1810.

 

Frances Graves (42) was born about 1760 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died about 1844 in Laurens Co., SC.  She married John Wait on 11 Dec. 1781[7] in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born 15 Aug. 1757 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 7 March 1836 in Laurens Co., SC[8].  Their first five children were born in Culpeper Co., VA and the last three in Laurens Co., SC.  (R‑45)

Children - Wait

+288.   Philip Wait, b. 20 Sept. 1782, m. Rhoda Francis Powell, 1 Feb. 1807, d. bet. June 1850-6 Feb. 1851.

+289.   Franklin Wait, b.c. 1784, m(1) Orphie Hansel Sims, 27 April 1828, m(2) Sarah West, 5 April 1837, d. 1838.

+290.   Peachy (or Peachey) Wait, b. 2 March 1786, m. William J. Crocker, d. aft. 1860.

  291.   Mariah Parks Wait, b. 3 April 1788, m. James Sims, (#268), d. 22 Nov. 1815.  See #268 for descendants.

+292.   Frances Wait, b. 14 Feb. 1790, m. James Anderson, d. 1865.

  293.   Elizabeth Wait, b. 27 Feb. 1791, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Simms.

  294.   Mary Wait, b.c. 1793, m. William Graves, (#256), c. 1815, d. bef. 10 June 1844.  See #256 for descendants.

  295.   John W. Wait, b. 10 July 1794, d. bef. 28 March 1829 (Laurens Co., SC).

 

James F. Graves (43) was born about 1765, and died in Dec. 1811.  He was described as being 16-21 in 1783 in Culpeper Co., Va.  He was out of the county in 1784-85 and there in 1786.  He first married Elizabeth Pratt of Culpeper Co., daughter of Thomas Pratt and Maryann ‑‑‑‑‑‑, about 1782.  He married second Elizabeth Parnell on 8 Sept. 1809.  In 1810 he moved to New Madrid, MO, where he died in Dec. 1811.

There is some question regarding the following children, since one source lists the first three, then lists Mary E. Graves who married her first cousin Thomas S. Graves, and then does not show any of the other children.  (R‑179, R‑911, R‑912)

Children - Graves, by Elizabeth Pratt

  296.   Mary Ann Graves, b.c. 1783, d. in infancy.

+297.   Williamson Graves, b.c. 1785, m. Sarah Evans, d.c. 1843.

+298.   Susanna Graves, b. 15 Dec. 1787, m. John Collier, Jr., 8 April 1803, d. 30 Jan. 1850.

  299.   Mary Ann Graves, b.c. 1789 (probably KY), m. William Whitesides, 5 Sept. 1809 (Rockcastle Co., KY).

  300.   Lucy Graves, b.c. 1791, m. Elijah Collier, 1 April 1809 (Lincoln Co., KY).

  301.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1793, m. Samuel McCoy, 20 May 1809, d.c. 1878.  Her full name may have been Mary Elizabeth Graves, and she may have m(2) Thomas Sims Graves (Gen. 94).

  302.   Sally Graves, b.c. 1797, married.  No children.

+303.   Joseph Graves, b.c. 1799, m. Sarah Ann Howe, 22 Dec. 1821.

 

Joseph Graves (44) was born about 1767.  He married Nellie Branham on 1 Jan. 1800 in Culpeper Co., VA[9].

It was previously believed (incorrectly) that this was a George Graves, and that he might be descended from Johann Sebastian Graff, an immigrant from the German Palatinate, who lived in PA, NC and TN.

There is no proof that Horace Graves was a son of this Joseph Graves.  However, the 1850 census for Gallatin Co., KY showed him living very close to Lorenzo D. Graves, and the 1820 and 1830 Boone Co., KY censuses for Joseph Graves showed 3 sons of the right ages to be those listed below.  (R‑197)

Children - Graves

+304.   Hedgeman Bratten Graves, b.c. 1810, m(1) Mahala Glore, 13 Oct. 1831, m(2) Mary A. Richardson Wilson, 1863, d. 1876.

+305.   Horace Graves, b.c. 1813, m. Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

+306.   Lorenzo D. Graves, b.c. 1818, m. Virginia Hampton, 21 Dec. 1845.

  307.   Howard Graves

 

John Graves (47) married ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  He moved to KY.  There were probably more children than the one listed below.  The following information is incorrect; Mary Cloud (“Polly”) Graves is #637 in this genealogy, daughter of John C. Graves and Margaret Cloud.  William W. Graves is #790 in this genealogy, son of Benjamin Graves and Sallie Cole.  (R‑179)

Children - Graves

  308.   Mary ("Polly") Graves, b. 1797, m. W. W. Graves (#311).

 

Charles Graves (48) married Ellender ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  His will was dated 22 March 1798 and proved 3 April 1798 in Washington Co., KY.  (R‑179)

Children - Graves

  309.   Charles Graves, b. 1 Sept. 1787.

  310.   John Graves, b. 1792.

 

Richard Grant Graves (49) married ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  The child listed below is incorrect; William W. Graves is #790 in this genealogy, son of Benjamin Graves and Sallie Cole.  Mary Cloud (“Polly”) Graves is #637 in this genealogy, daughter of John C. Graves and Margaret Cloud.  (R‑911, R‑912)

Children - Graves

  311.   W. W. Graves, b. 5 Oct. 1787 (Culpeper Co., Va.), m. Mary Graves (#308).

 

CHILDREN OF JAMES GRAVES (7) AND SARAH ‑‑‑‑‑‑

Mary Graves (50) was baptised 1747 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died before 12 Jan. 1796.  She married Richard Parks about 1765 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born about 1745 and died about 1817.  He married second Anne Farrer on 12 Jan. 1796 in Culpeper Co. (Geneal. Notes, by Slaughter, p. 52).  His will, probated 2 March 1817, names wife Anne, and mentions seven children, but not all by name.  (R‑38, R‑482)

Children - Parks

  312.   John Graves Parks, b.c. 1760, m. Katherine Harrison, d. Nov. 1828 (Wilkes or Columbia Co., GA).  Note:  His D-O-B is before his parents’ marriage date.

  313.   Jane Parks, b.c. 1762, m. Randolph Smith.  Note:  Her D-O-B is before her parents’ marriage date.

  314.   James Parks (named for Mary's father, James Graves), m. Lucinda Colvin, 1816 (or Katherine Harrison).

  315.   Gabriel Parks, m. Millie ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 1812 (or Elizabeth Botts).

+316.   Annis (Ann) Parks, b.c. 1765, m. John Francis Pulliam, d.c. 1833.

+317.   Sarah Parks, bapt. 1769, m. Thomas Tutt, 23 Aug. 1787, d.c. 1820.

+318.   Margaret Parks, b. 20 April 1772, m. James Francis Nalle, 26 April 1792, d. 24 Oct. 1806.

 

Jael Graves (51) married William Jones.  (R‑911)

Children - Jones

  319.   James Graves Jones

 

Colonel John Graves (52) was born 4 Sept. 1745 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester Co., Va., and died 24 June 1824.  He served as Ensign and Lieutenant in the company commanded by Maj. George Slaughter in the 8th Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Abraham Bowman in the Revolutionary War.  The company was designated at various times as "Capt. George Slaughter's Co." and as "Lieut. John Graves' Co."  He was commissioned 26 Jan. 1776 and resigned 22 April 1778 (Record and Pension Office, War Dept.).  He was in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth and Yorktown.  He was a trusted officer of Gen. Nathaniel Greene in N.C. and was detailed by him to oppose the passage of part of Cornwallis' force across the Yadkin, which he did with conspicuous and distinguished gallantry.

After the war, probably in 1781, he moved to Wilkes Co., Ga., and in 1786 was Colonel commanding a Georgia regiment against the Creek Indians.  Another source stated that he moved to Ga. in 1823, and that his nephew, William Francis Strother, went with him.  William was a son of Anne Fargeson, sister of John Graves' first wife.

John Graves first married Lucy Farquson (or Fargeson), daughter of Samuel Fargeson of Culpeper Co., Va., on 10 May 1772.  He married second Catherine West in 1795. She was born 1763 in Holland, and died in 1841.  (R‑160, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Catherine West

+320.   John Temple Graves, b.c. 1796, m. Sophia Dickinson, c. 1816, d. 21 Oct. 1826.

 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH GRAVES (8) AND FRANCES COLEMAN

Nancy Graves (53) was born 27 May 1765 in VA, and died 12 Aug. 1844 in Fayette Co., KY.  She married her first cousin James Coleman Goodwin, son of Peter Goodwin and Sarah Coleman, on 6 Sept. 1782 in VA.  He was a farmer in Caroline Co., VA, and was living in Spotsylvania Co., VA in Oct. 1788.  .  They moved to Pendleton Co., KY, and later to Fayette Co., KY.  (See Wm. & Mary Quarterly, 1st series, vol. 6, p. 25.)  He died 9 Feb. 1814 in Fayette Co., KY.  Their children were born in Pendleton Co., KY.  (R‑275)

Children - Goodwin

  321.   Sarah ("Sally") Coleman Goodwin, b. 23 Feb. 1785, m. Francis ("Frank") Flourney, 25 Sept. 1800 (KY), d. 20 June 1858 (Scott Co., KY).

+322.   Joseph Graves Goodwin, b. 26 Feb. 1789, m(1) Frances Coleman Graves (#336), 25 Dec. 1810, m(2) Rachel Downey, 10 June 1831, d. 23 June 1872.

+323.   Lloyd King Goodwin, b. 17 Nov. 1791, m. Mary Jane Graves (#337), 25 Aug. 1813, d. 9 Jan. 1878.

  324.   Mary ("Polly") Coleman Goodwin, b. 1 June 1802, m. Lewis Barber, 6 Sept. 1822.

 

John Coleman Graves (54) was born 13 April 1767 (or 1768) in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 14 April 1840 (or 12 Aug. 1844) in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY.  He married Elizabeth Parrish in 1788 in Louisa Co., VA.  He sold 100 acres bequeathed him by his father and moved from Virginia to Kentucky in 1781.  (R‑911, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  325.   Malinda Graves, m. Zachariah Graves (#720), 12 Sept. 1814[10].  See #720 for descendants.

  326.   Mary Graves, b.c. 1794, m. Asa Graves (#719), 15 Dec. 1814, d. 15 Dec. 1870.  See #719 for descendants.

  327.   Mariah (or Marrah) Kimbrough Graves, m. John D. Thomas, Dec. 1819 (Winchester, KY).

  328.   Hannah Graves, m. Hamlet Hansboro.

  329.   Frances ("Fannie") Coleman Graves, b.c. 1800, m. Hamlet Hansboro (could this be the same as the husband of Fannie's sister Hanna?), 13 Jan. 1828, d. 26 March 1870.  Lived and died in Lexington, KY.

+330.   Joseph K. Graves, b.c. 1800, m. Susan G. Price, 10 March 1842, d. bet. 1853 and 1860.

  331.   Benjamin F. Graves, b. 16 Feb. 1802, never married, d. March 1874.  Bur. 14 March 1874 ( Lexington Cem., Lexington, KY).  He was a lawyer,and mayor of Lexington, KY.  He was a county judge for 16 years.

  332.   James P. Graves

  333.   Barbara P. Graves, m(1) David D. Chinn (#356), 1 (or 10) March 1824 (Fayette Co., KY), m(2) Daniel Hemmingway (or Hemingway).

  334.   Eliza Ann Graves, m. Theophilus Walker (Harrison Co., KY), d. March 1865.

 

Joseph Graves (55) was born 16 July 1769 (or 10 July 1760) in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 6 June (or July[11]) 1826 in Fayette Co., KY.  He first married Mary Goodwin, daughter of Robert Goodwin and Jane Tulloch, on 26 Oct. 1790 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born 28 Sept. 1772 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 11 Jan. 1815 in the "Red House", Spotsylvania Co.  After the death of his wife, he moved his family to Kentucky and settled in Fayette Co.  He was the last member of his father's family to move to KY.  He married second Fanny Waller, sister of Absolom Waller, on 2 Nov. 1815 in Orange Co., VA.  She died in 1818.  (John Card Graves said they married after Joseph moved to Ky.  Did he return to Va. to marry?  R‑275 said he moved to KY after his second marriage.)  (R‑275, R‑292, R‑911, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Mary Goodwin

  335.   Eliza Tulloch Graves, b. 18 Dec. 1791, m(1) Jesse Bibbs Key (or Keyes), 18 Dec. 1809, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Garrett, d. 15 May 1855.  Jesse d. 15 Dec. 1830.

  336.   Frances Coleman Graves, b. 26 Oct. 1793, m. Joseph Graves Goodwin (#322), 25 Dec. 1810, d. 25 Sept. 1823.  Her tombstone inscription reads: Mrs. Frances C. Goodwin/ born December 26, 1793/ died September 25 1823/ She opened her mouth with wisdom./ Her tongue was the law of kindness.

  337.   Mary Jane Graves, b. 14 Jan. 1796, m. Lloyd King Goodwin (#323), 25 Aug. 1813, d. 9 Sept. 1880.  See #323 for descendants.

+338.   Adeline Graves, b. 15 April 1798, m. James Allen Cartwright, 11 April 1817, d. 6 Sept. 1844.

  339.   George L. Graves, b. 7 March 1800.  Died young.

  340.   Barbara Garland Graves, b. 4 (or 14) Sept. 1802, m. (Dr.) Joseph Graves Chinn (#358), 30 Dec. 1820 (Fayette Co., KY), d. 19 March 1849.

  341.   Eleanor (or Eleanora or Elenora) Burnley (or Burley) Graves, b. 28 Nov. 1804, m. (Rev.) Buford Early Allen, 7 Feb. 1833, d. 22 April 1873.  He was b. 19 June 1801, d. 9 Dec. 1861.

+342.   Elizabeth Chapman Graves, b. 28 Jan. 1806, m. Samuel L. Coleman, 22 Nov. 1825, d. 7 Feb. 1893.

+343.   Joseph Graves, b. 1 March 1809, m. Margaret Ann Hayes, 1 Feb. 1830, d. 23 March 1885.

+344.   Benjamin Robert Graves, b. 19 April 1813, m. Jane Rachel Hughes, 18 Dec. 1844, d. 7 Sept. 1887.

 

Maj. Benjamin Franklin Graves (56) was born 9 April 1773 (or in 1771) in Spotsylvania Co., VA and died 22 (or 23) Jan. 1813.  He was killed at the battle of River Raisin in Michigan when Gen. Winchester was defeated Jan. 22, 1813, and when his brother, Col. Thomas Coleman Graves was also killed.  He first married Mary Boxley.  She died in 1803 in Spotsylvania Co.  In the year of her death he and Mary sold a house lot, which she had inherited from her father, to her brother George Boxley.  They had no children.

He married second Polly Dudley, daughter of Rev. and Capt. Ambrose Dudley and Ann Parker.  Polly was born 6 Sept. 1783 in Fayette Co., KY, and died 15 Aug. 1868 in St. Louis, MO where she had resided for 40 years.  In 1858, she applied for an extension of the pension she had been receiving based on Benjamin’s War of 1812 service.  This was signed on 30 Nov. 1858 in Pike Co., KY.

Ann Parker was a daughter of William Parker and Susanna Winslow of Spotsylvania Co., Va., where the Dudleys were also seated.  Ambrose Dudley was a son of Robert Dudley and Joyce Gale/Gayle, and was an officer in the Revolution.

In 1805 Benjamin and Polly Graves sold to his brother Joseph Graves 80 acres in Spotsylvania Co. bequeathed to Coleman Graves by their father.  The will of Benjamin Graves mentions his wife Polly Graves, his mother, and brother Thomas C. Graves.  His mother, brothers John C. Graves and George Graves, and brother-in-law James Dudley, were executors of his will.

Benjamin was a member of the Kentucky Legislature from Fayette Co. from 1801 to 1806.  He engaged in agricultural pursuits and was an amiable, shrewd, and vigorous man.  He was among the first to volunteer after war was declared against the British in 1812.  He was made Major of the 5th Ky. Regt. commanded by Col. Lewis, and proved to be a vigilant and gallant officer.  He and his brother Coleman Graves were killed in Jan. 1813 at the Battle of River Raisin.  Graves Co., KY was named for him in 1823.  According to the family Bible, six children were born to Benjamin and Polly, all in Fayette Co., Ky.

Even though it is said that Benjamin and his first wife Mary had no children, and that Benjamin and Polly only had 6 children, James Dudley Graves is listed as a child.  The rationale for this is that descendants believe this is the proper placement, it seems reasonable based on name, date and place of birth, and there is no better place to put him.  It is also possible that he could be the same as Ambrose Dudley Graves, or that Benjamin and Polly actually had 7 children but only 6 lived.  (R‑7, R‑115, R‑507, R‑911, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Polly Dudley

+345.   James Dudley Graves, b.c. 1800, m. Mary Elizabeth Chandler.

  346.   Ambrose Dudley Graves, b. 1802.

  347.   Nancy C. Graves, b. 1804.

  348.   Francis H. Graves, b. 1806.

  349.   Lucien W. (or Lucian B.) Graves, b. 1808.

+350.   Elizabeth Mary Graves, b. 16 Sept. 1810, m(1) Alfred William Carr, 1828, m(2) Adam Black Chambers, 28 Oct. 1833, d. 2 Jan. 1886.

  351.   Marion W. Graves, b. 1812.

 

Sally Graves (57) was born about 1774 and died 12 Feb. 1832.  She married William ("Will") Ball Chinn.  He was born 14 Feb. 1770 and died 17 Feb. 1830.  (R‑179)

Children - Chinn

  352.   Matilda Chinn, m. E. R. Wilmott.

  353.   Frances Chinn, m. Richard Harcourt.

  354.   Polly Chinn, m. (Major) William Burton.

  355.   Susan Chinn, m. J. H. McHatton.

  356.   David D. Chinn, m. Barbara P. Graves (#333), 1 (or 10) March 1824 (Fayette Co., KY).

  357.   William Chinn, died in infancy.

  358.   Joseph Graves Chinn, b. 1 April 1797, m(1) Barbara Garland Graves (#340), 30 Dec. 1820 (or 1 Jan. 1822) (Fayette Co., KY), m(2) Mrs. J. W. Shepperd, 22 Sept. 1850, m(3) Mrs. Katherine Lawson (when she was almost 90), 1877, d. 6 Sept. 1891.

 

Polly Graves (58) was born about 1776 and died in 1819. She married Joseph Chinn, brother of William Ball Chinn. (R‑70, R‑179, R‑241)

Children - Chinn

+359.   Sarah Chinn, b. 22 Nov. 1800, m(1) Henry Smith Hawkins, 27 Nov. 1822, m(2) Hubbell Shropshire, 2 July 1853, d. 27 April 1890.

  360.   Alexander Chinn, b. 22 June 1802, m. Polly Hardin.

  361.   Coleman Chinn, b. 2 April 1804, m(1) Penelope Chinn, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Peters.

  362.   Milton Chinn, b. 4 April 1806, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Chinn.  She was the dau. of William Chinn.

+363.   Christopher Chinn, b. 11 Feb. 1808, m. Nancy (Shropshire) Parrish, 11 Feb. 1830, d. 6 April 1871.

+364.   Penelope Chinn, b. 15 Feb. 1810, m. Walter Shropshire, 23 June 1828, d. 3 Aug. 1866.

  365.   Margaret Chinn, b. 13 Dec. 1811, never married.

  366.   Matilda Chinn, b. 8 May 1814, m. Silas Corbin.

  367.   Benjamin Graves Chinn, b. 5 April 1816, never married.

  368.   Elvyra Eloise Chinn, b. 6 Dec. 1822, m. Dr. Carson.

  369.   Richard Mitchell Chinn, b. 8 March 1825, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Burton.

 

George Graves (60) was born 21 March 1780 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, died 6 Sept. 1831, probably in Fayette Co., KY, and was buried in “Cherry Hill” Cem.  He first married his cousin Mary Blaydes, daughter of William Blaydes and Mary Ann Coleman, on 14 Aug. 1800.  On 20 Aug. 1804 they, with Hawes and Nicie Graves of Albemarle, sold to Joseph Graves of Spotsylvania Co. their share in their father's estate.  Mary died 14 June 1813.  George married second Polly Winston Coleman on 16 Aug. 1814.  Polly was born 24 Oct. 1791, and died in Dec. 1864 at the home of her daughter Ormasinda Hayes.  George lived in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY where he raised pedigreed horses.

In addition to the children listed below, John Card Graves also included Annie and Mary by the second marriage.  (R‑70, R‑179, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Mary Blaydes

+370.   Benjamin Hawes Graves, b. 14 Feb. 1802, m. Julia Owings, 25 May 1827, d. aft. 1860.

  371.   Spencer Coleman Graves, b. 15 Feb. 1803, m. Martha Ellis, 7 April 1842 (Fayette Co., KY), d. aft. 1850.  He owned fine thoroughbred horses in Lexington, KY.  One set a record of a mile in 1 min., 47 sec. in 1848.  He was listed in the 1850 census for District 2, Fayette Co., KY, page 229, age 45, with Nicy Graves (probably his step-mother), age 67.

  372.   Martha Ann Graves, b. 26 Jan. 1810, m. Samuel Carrington (of Mt. Sterling, KY), 9 Dec. 1831 (Fayette Co., KY).

  373.   Frances Graves, b. 15 Nov. 1811, m. William S. Ellis (of Paris, KY), Dec. 1831 (Fayette Co., KY).

  374.   Joseph Graves

Children - Graves, by Polly Coleman

  375.   Thomas C. Graves, b. 10 July 1815, d. 18 June 1836.  Bur “Cherry Hill” Cem.

  376.   Lucy Coleman Graves, b. 9 Sept. 1817, m. Joseph J. Goodwin (#1238), 25 Oct. 1837, d. 21 May 1850.  See #1238 for descendants.

+377.   Ormasinda Graves, b. 30 Jan. 1821, m. Samuel T. Hayes, 22 Oct. 1835, d. Feb. 1884.

  378.   John W. (or Julian) Graves, b. 9 Sept. 1822, d. 26 Dec. 1850.

  379.   Julian Graves

 

Hawes Graves (61) was born about 1782 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died about 1859 in Nashville, Davidson Co., TN.  He was a farmer and magistrate.  He first married Eunice ("Nicie") Hawse (or Hawes) Blaydes.  She was a sister of George Graves' wife, Mary Blaydes, and daughter of William Blaydes and Mary Ann Coleman.

In 1806, Hawes Graves, in Fayette Co., KY, gave power of attorney to John C. Blaydes to act for him in making joint deed with his brother George Graves for land bequeathed to him by William Blaydes, and to act in the matter of legacies left him by his grandfather John Coleman.  In 1810 he lived in Fayette Co.

Hawes married second Ann Bibb White, only daughter of John White and Martha Key, on 8 April 1819 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  She was born about 1798 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, died 24 March 1830 in Fayette Co., KY, and was buried in the White Family Cem., Montgomery Co., KY.  Her father was born about 1765 and died about 1837 and her mother was born about 1759, and died about 1853.  (R‑179, R‑351, R‑911, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Eunice H. Blaydes

  380.   Mary Ann Graves, b. 17 March 1803, m. Jefferson Graves (#725), 31 Oct. 1823, d. 22 March 1829.  See #725 for descendants.

+381.   Coleman Graves, b. 24 April 1806, m. Elizabeth Virginia Chiles, 21 Nov. 1830, d. 21 April 1874.

Children - Graves, by Ann B. White

  382.   John Graves, b. 1819 (KY), d. 27 July 1838 (Davidson Co., TN).

  383.   Martha Graves, b. 19 Jan. 1822 (Montgomery Co., KY), m. William B. Ewing, 22 March 1838 (Davidson Co., TN), d. 22 April 1908 (Davidson Co., TN).  Bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. (Nashville, TN).

+384.   Edmund Pendleton Graves, b. 25 Jan. 1824, m. Helen Clarissa Streck, 14 June 1845, d. 23 Jan. 1905.

  385.   Louisa C. Graves, b.c. 1828 (Montgomery Co., KY), m(1) Ethelbert H. Hatcher, m(2) Dr. Jesse McClain.

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN GRAVES (9) AND MARY McGEHEE

William Graves (66) was born about 1765 in Louisa and St. George’s Parish, Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died in 1819 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  He married Susannah Arnold by 1797, probably about 1788, in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  (R‑146)

Children - Graves

  386.   Tazewell Graves, b.c. 1790.  He was in the 1820 census for Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Co., VA.

  387.   Woodson Graves, b.c. 1792.

  388.   William H. Graves, b.c. 1794.

  389.   Mansera E. Graves, b.c. 1796.

  390.   Emily Graves, b.c. 1798.

 

Mary Graves (68) was born about 1770 in Louisa Co., VA, and died about 1825 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  She married Lewis Partlow, son of John Partlow, Jr. and Sarah Reynolds, about 1792.  He was born 18 Feb. 1769 in Carolina or Spotsylvania Co., Va.  He gave the name of his post office as Partlow, Spotsylvania Co., VA.

From Spotsylvania Co. (Va.) Records, Will Book A, p. 975 (p. 45 of book): John Partlow, Spotsylvania Co., d. Dec. 11, 1789, Executor Bond dated April 6, 1790.  Wit. Thomas Minor, Martin Devenport, Robert Hackney, Carr Walker.  Ex. wife Sarah, son Lewis.  Benjamin Waller, Thomas Minor.  Leg. wife Sarah, son Benjamin Partlow. 250 acres in Culpeper Co., daughter Lucy Yates; daughter Dorothy; son John, land joining Martin Devenport, Col. Jonathan Clark and Thomas Waller's estate; son Lewis; daughter Sarah Devenport; son Elijah; daughters Polly and Sarah.

In the will of Mary's father John, he listed daughter Mary Partlow, and named Lewis Partlow (Spotsylvania Co. Will Book F, p. 67).  (R‑81)

Children - Partlow

+391.   John Graves Partlow, b. 17 Feb. 1793, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Malinda Grimes, 3 Oct. 1822, d. 19 Jan. 1870.

  392.   Baldwin L. Partlow, b. 4 May 1794, d. before 1845 (was not in his father's will).

  393.   Elizabeth Partlow, b. 24 Aug. 1795, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Hackney.

  394.   Boswell Y. Partlow, b. 11 June 1797.

  395.   Eliza Partlow, b. 8 Sept. 1798, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Graves.

  396.   Lancelot Partlow, b. 12 June 1800, m(1) Nancy Henry Dickenson (or Dickerson), 20 Sept. 1825, m(2) Mary Ann E. Pulliam, 18 Jan. (or 6 June) 1848.

  397.   Sarah Partlow, b. 24 Dec. 1802, m. James Crawford.

  398.   Mary A. ("Polly") Partlow, b. 18 Dec. 1805, m. Garland S. Chewning.

 

CHILDREN OF ANN GRAVES (10) AND JOHN McGEHEE

William McGehee (70) was born in 1747 in VA, and died 2 Oct. 1842.  He married Lavinia (or Lavina or Levina) Smith, daughter of David Smith and Elizabeth Ragland, on 30 Oct. 1783.  The children listed below are questionable except for Augustine S. McGehee.  R‑918 has Thompson and Mary McGehee marrying brother and sister Mary and Richard Thompson in 1799; if the marriage date of William and Lavinia is correct, Thompson and Mary would have been quite young.  It is probable that they are the children of William’s brother Augustine and his second wife Sarah (Wyatt) Thompson.  (R‑179, R‑282, R‑918)

Children - McGehee

  399.   Nancy McGehee, b. 31 Oct. 1783.

+400.   Augustine S. McGehee, b.c. 1786, m. Mary M. Hester, 1 Aug. 1812, d. 1845.

  401.   Thompson McGehee, m. Mary Thompson, 19 Nov. 1799 (Louisa Co., VA).  No record of this marriage has been found.

  402.   Mary McGehee, m. Richard Thompson, 19 Nov. 1799 (Louisa Co., VA).  No record of this marriage has been found.

  403.   Elizabeth McGehee

 

John McGehee, Jr. (71) was born 15 March 1749 in VA, and died 4 June 1825.  He married Mary Stewart on 2 Feb. 1775 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born 17 July 1756, and died 25 Oct. 1846 in Louisa Co., VA.  (R‑23, R‑918)

Children - McGehee

+404.   John Stewart McGehee, b. 2 Nov. 1775, m. Lucy Harris, 25 Nov. 1811, d. by 4 June 1825.

  405.   Nancy McGehee, b. 3 Oct. 1777, m. John Edwards, 9 Jan. 1797 (Louisa Co., VA).

  406.   Lucy McGehee, b. 8 Feb. 1780, m. George Hicks, 11 Feb. 1799 (Louisa Co., VA).

  407.   Charles McGehee, b. 25 Oct. 1782, christened 24 Dec. 1782, died in infancy.

  408.   Mary (“Polly”) McGehee, b. 29 April 1785, m. James Williams, 20 Jan. 1812 (Louisa Co., VA).

  409.   Jean (“Jeanie”) McGehee, b. 7 Aug. 1787, christened 13 Oct. 1787 (Goochland Co., VA), m. William Williams, 20 Nov. 1810 (Louisa Co., VA).

  410.   Dillard McGehee, b. 11 May 1790, christened 1 Nov. 1795 (Goochland Co., VA), m. Elizabeth Talley, 16 Dec. 1817 (Louisa Co., VA), d. 18 July 1853 (Todd Co., KY).

  411.   Agnes McGehee, b. 25 Jan. 1793, died in infancy.

  412.   Carr McGehee, b. 25 June 1795, christened 1 Nov. 1795 (Goochland Co., VA, m. Lucy Tate, 20 April 1815 (Louisa Co., VA), d. 7 Oct. 1852 (Todd Co., KY).

  413.   Martha (“Patsy”) McGehee, b. 18 Oct. 1797, m. Francis Tate, 2 Feb. 1819 (Louisa Co., VA).

+414.   Garrett Conner McGehee, b. 16 Nov. 1799, m. Elizabeth Lewis Cole, 15 Jan. 1824, d. 9 Aug. 1878.

 

Augustine McGehee (72) was born 29 Feb. 1750 in VA, and died 20 Dec. 1830 in Washington Co., VA.  He first married Mary Harris.  She died before 1790.  He married second Sarah (Wyatt) Thompson, daughter of Richard Wyatt and Amy Chiles, on 4 Feb. 1790 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born about 1754 in Caroline Co., VA, and died 26 Jan. 1830 in Washington Co., VA.  Sarah had first married Matthew Thompson.  The Douglas Register lists the births of three children of ‘Saray’ and Matthew Thompson.  (R‑282, R‑918)

Children - McGehee, by Mary Harris

  415.   William Graves McGehee, b. 19 Jan. 1786 (Louisa Co., VA).

Children - McGehee, by Sarah Wyatt

+416.   Wyatt McGehee, b. 11 Nov. 1790, m. Jane Anderson, 1 Sept. 1814, d. 5 Aug. 1873.

  417.   Walter McGehee, b. 13 Jan. 1793 (VA), bapt. 7 May 1793.

+418.   Thompson McGehee, b.c. 1793, m. Mary Thompson, d. 1857.

  419.   Amie Chiles McGehee, b. 3 Oct. 1795 (VA), bapt. 22 April 1796, m. John Harris, 2 Feb. 1815 (Washington Co., VA).

 

Edward McGehee (75) was born 16 Feb. 1758, and died 21 (or 26) Feb. 1819 in Louisa Co., VA.  He married Frances Lumsden, daughter of George Lumsden, on 28 Aug. 1781 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born 20 Aug. 1762 and died 3 Aug. 1841, both in Louisa Co., VA.  Their children were born in Louisa Co., VA.  (R‑282, R‑512, R‑918)

Children - McGehee

+420.   Dabney Oswell McGehee, b. 13 Dec. 1782, m. Esther Meriwether, 3 April 1806, d. 10 Nov. 1843.

  421.   Nancy Esther McGehee, m. Nelson Mordecai Cooke, 21 Nov. 1803 (Louisa Co., VA), d. Greene Co., AL?.

  422.   Matilda McGehee, b. 16 March 1784, m. Ralph Tandy, 14 March 1808 (Louisa Co., VA), d. Greene Co., AL?.

  423.   Oswell (Oswald) McGehee, b. 28 April 1791, m. Martha Cooke, 25 Oct. 1813 (Louisa Co., VA), d. 30 Oct. 1849.

  424.   Frances Barbara McGehee, b. 5 Feb. 1800, m. William Bibb Blaydes, 4 Dec. 1829 (Louisa Co, VA), d. Feb. 1860.

 

Lucy McGehee (79) was born about 1765 in VA, and died before 24 April 1824; she was not listed in Reuben’s will dated that same date.  She married Reuben Cason, son of William Cason and Agatha Pemberton, on 15 Oct. 1790 in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born about 1765 in VA, and died between 24 April 1824, the date of his will in Fluvanna Co., VA (Fluvanna Will Book 3 - old series -p. 82) and 25 July 1825, the date the will was probated.  Reuben’s four sons left VA in 1831.  Augustine (“Austin”) settled near Hopkinsville, KY; Fendall moved to Randolph Co., MO, then later to Portland, OR; John and George settled in Howard Co., MO, near Glasgow.  (R‑350)

Children - Cason

+425.   Elizabeth Cason, b.c. 1788, m. Elijah Partlow, 15 Feb. 1805, d. bef. 9 Feb. 1813.

+426.   John M. Cason, b. 27 Sept. 1790, m. Rebecca L. Cropp, 17 June 1818, d. 24 July 1845.

+427.   Augustine M. Cason, b. 19 Aug. 1791, m(1) Nancy D. Hope, c. 1820, m(2) Lucy Ann Lackey, Nov. 1839, d. 4 Oct. 1846.

+428.   George William B. Cason, b. 2 March 1793, m. Maria Elizabeth Partlow, 7 Jan. 1820, d. 23 Dec. 1877.

+429.   Fendall Carr Cason, b. 12 Oct. 1799, m. Rebecca Rawlings Holladay, 18 Dec. 1822, d.c. 1860.

 

CHILDREN OF FRANCES GRAVES (11) AND JOSEPH BUSH

Nancy Ann Bush (81) was born about 1770 and died before 27 April 1804, both in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Thomas Paul Harrelson, son of Nathaniel Harrelson and Dorcas Forbes, on 18 Nov. 1787 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born about 1760.  All their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑521)

Children - Harrelson

  430.   Frances Harrelson, b.c. 1788, d. before 4 April 1845 (Caswell Co., NC).

  431.   Elizabeth Harrelson, b.c. 1790, d. 20 Oct. 1855.

  432.   Nathaniel Harrelson

  433.   Sarah Harrelson, b.c. 1794.

  434.   Dorcas Harrelson, b.c. 1796, m. Henry Willis, 21 Feb. 1821.  He was b.c. 1794.

  435.   Nancy Harrelson, b.c. 1798, m. Asa Gunn, c. 22 Nov. 1819 (Caswell Co., NC), d. Bowling Green, Pike Co., MO.  He was b. 18 April 1797, d. July 1841 (Bowling Green, MO).

 

Frances Bush (83) was born about 1774 and died about 1791.  She married Forbes Harrelson, son of Nathaniel Harrelson and Dorcas Forbes, on 24 Nov. 1790 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born about 1761 in NC, and died in Oct. 1824 in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑521)

Children - Harrelson

  436.   Bennett Harrelson, b.c. 1791 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Anna Bradsher, 14 Aug. 1815, d. Henry Co., MO.  She was b.c. 1781.

 

Zenas Bush (84) was born 11 May 1776 and died 23 Feb. 1836.  He first married Liddy Rice about 1797.  He married second Martha Brooks on 27 Nov. 1805 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born about 1787.  (R‑521)

Children - Bush

+437.   Nathan W. Bush, b. 29 April 1811, m. Judith Ann Thacker, 2 Jan. 1836, d. 1882.

  438.   George Brooks Bush

  439.   Elizabeth Bush, m. Robert Brice McNutt.

  440.   William Tandy Bush, b. 1819, m. Zillah N. Sherrill, d. 1888.  She was b. 11 Aug. 1820 and d. 21 Aug. 1857.

+441.   Howard Brooks Bush, b.c. 1820, m. Panthea B. Ellis, d. Jan. 1862.

  442.   Eustasia A. Bush, b. 1 Oct. 1826, m. W. H. Pearson, d. 29 Aug. 1850.

 

Zebba Bush (85) was born about 1778 and died about 1811.  She married Archibald Rice, son of Nathaniel Rice and Susannah Butler, 22 Feb. 1803 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 19 Dec. 1782 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 14 Oct. 1849 in Jackson Co., MO.  (R‑521)

Children - Rice

  443.   Eunice Rice, b.c. 1805, m. Reuben McFarland, 17 Jan. 1828 (Cooper Co., MO).

  444.   Frances Rice, m. William Adams, 2 Oct. 1828 (Ralls Co., MO), d. 10 Dec. 1830.

  445.   Susan Rice, b. 15 March 1805 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Jerre Jackson, 22 March 1827 (Ralls Co., MO), d. 5 Aug. 1871 (Dallas, TX).  He was b. 22 Sept. 1804 in Caswell Co., NC.

 

CHILDREN OF ELEANOR GRAVES (12) AND THOMAS KIMBROUGH

Nancy Ann Kimbrough (86) was born about 1732, and died after 15 Feb. 1810 when she was mentioned in the sale of her late husband Henry’s estate[12].  She married Henry Turner.  He was born 25 Sept. 1721, and died 9 Dec. 1809 in Caswell Co., NC.  In his will dated 9 May 1807 (Will Book F, p. 116, entry 82, Caswell Co., NC), wife Anne, sons John, Henry, Billey [sic], Thomas, and James and daughters Elizabeth Lipscomb, Frankey Martin, Milley Jones, Nancy Kimbrough, Sally French and Mary Cochran were mentioned.  Also mentioned were John Turner’s daughters Fanny Turner, Delila Turner and Nancy Turner.  (R‑514, R‑539)

Children - Turner

+446.   James Turner, b. 19 June (or 9 Oct.) 1756, m(1) Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 27 June 1778, m(2) Catherine S. (or L. ) White, 2 Sept. 1811, d. 21 (or 24) May 1835.

+447.   John Turner, b. 6 Oct. 1761, m(1) Sarah Kimbrough (#462), 14 Feb. 1787, m(2) Catherine (Cheeks) Butler, 5 Sept. 1805, d. 6 Oct. 1830.

  448.   Thomas Turner, d. 10 July 1823 (Caswell Co., NC).

  449.   Henry Turner, d. bet. 1807-1809 (Caswell Co., NC).

  450.   William Turner, m. Ann Bartlett, 4 Dec. 1802 (Caswell Co., NC).

  451.   Elizabeth Turner, m. Thomas Lipscomb, 14 Oct. 1799 (Caswell Co., NC).

  452.   Frances (“Frankey”) Turner, m. Richard Martin, 25 Oct. 1783 (Caswell Co., NC), d. aft. 1807.

  453.   Milley (or Milly) Turner, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Jones.

  454.   Nancy Ann Turner, b. 18 March 1764, m. James Kimbro (#458), 27 Dec. 1787, d. 22 Jan. 1843.  See #458 for descendants

+455.   Sally Turner, b.c. 1766, m. Benjamin French, 10 Nov. 1784, d. 26 Aug. 1822.

+456.   Mary Turner, m. John Cochran, d. aft. 1807.

+457.   Susannah Turner, b.c. 1764, m. James Donoho, 22 April 1802, d.c. 1820.

 

John Kimbrough (87) was born about 1733 in VA, and died after Nov. 1817.  His will was dated in Nov. 1817, and the sale of his estate was recorded in April 1823, Book I, p. 62, entry 205 in Caswell Co., NC.  He married Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑ (Turner, or Warwick or Lassiter).  She died after 1817.  (R‑127, R‑195, R‑241, R‑530)

Children - Kimbrough

+458.   James Kimbrough, b. 30 Oct. 1765, m. Nancy Ann Turner (#454), 27 Dec. 1787, d. 12 Sept. 1841.

  459.   Thomas Kimbrough, d. by April 1823.

  460.   John Kimbrough, Jr., m. Isabel Yancy (#542), c. 1790, d. by July 1802.  See #542 for descendants.

  461.   William Kimbrough; mentioned in father’s will.

  462.   Sarah Kimbrough, m. John Turner (#446), 14 Feb. 1787 (Caswell Co., NC), d. Nov. 1817.  See #446 for descendants.

  463.   Nancy Kimbrough, m. Jacob Graves (#522).  See #522 for descendants.

+464.   Frances Kimbrough, b.c. 1774, m. Robert Browning, 13 Dec. 1791, d. 22 Sept. 1846.

  465.   Patsy Kimbrough, m. David Thomas, 14 April 1799 (Caswell Co., NC).

+466.   Tabitha Kimbrough, b.c. 1782, m. Nathaniel Snipes, 16 June 1801, d. 1855.

 

William Kimbrough (88) was born about 1734 in New Kent Co., VA, died in 1816 in LaVergne, Rutherford Co., TN, and was buried in Kimbrough Cem., but was later moved to Maple View Cem., Smyrna, TN.  He married Elizabeth Gooch, daughter of William Gooch and Frances Rice (or Kenaiah Ann Hart), on 1 Aug. 1770.  She was born in 1750 in Hanover Co., VA, died in 1826 in LaVergne, TN, and was buried in Kimbrough Cem., but was also moved to Maple View Cem.  Their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.

William and Elizabeth were among the first settlers in middle Tennessee.  They purchased a tract of 200 acres in Davidson Co.  In 1799 William purchased an additional 250 acres.  Both purchases became part of Rutherford Co., TN.  (R‑127, R‑141)

Children - Kimbrough

+467.   John Kimbrough, b. 11 April 1771, m(1) Beth Ann Morton, c. 1804, m(2) Nancy Bearden, 13 March 1812, m(3) Martha Walden, 15 Sept. 1815, m(4) Tabitha Burnett, 28 Dec. 1841, d. 10 Feb. 1852.

  468.   Nancy Kimbrough, b.c. 1776 (Davidson Co., TN), m. Matthew Hunt, 13 Nov. 1797 (Davidson Co., TN).  He was b.c. 1776.

+469.   Elizabeth Kimbrough, b. 13 Nov. 1779, m. Mark Hart, 20 July 1799, d. 16 Nov. 1845.

+470.   William G. Kimbrough, b. 13 Dec. 1780, m. Lucinda Basye, 5 Aug. 1813, d. Nov. 1824.

  471.   Sarah Kimbrough, b.c. 1782, m. John Gambull, 1 Nov. 1798 (Davidson Co., TN), d. 1816 (Stewart Creek, Rutherford Co., TN).  He was b. 1771 and d. 1843.

+472.   Azariah Kimbrough, b. 1 March 1783, m. Nancy Ann Basey, 5 Aug. 1813, d. 6 Feb. 1864.

+473.   Joseph A. Kimbrough, b. 10 Dec. 1790, m. Lucinda Tait Gooch, 2 Feb. 1822, d. 1 Nov. 1860.

 

Thomas Kimbrough (90) was born about 1736 in VA, and died between 8 June 1802 when he witnessed Edward Noel’s will[13] and 1803 when an inventory of his property is found in Record Book B, p. 19, both in Caswell Co., NC.  He married Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Graves (#501), daughter of John Herndon Graves and Nancy Slade, on 29 March 1792 in Caswell Co., NC[14].  She was born 29 Jan. 1771 in Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC, and died in 1828.  Verification for the children listed below is found in Elizabeth's will, dated 5 Oct. 1827, probated 1828, Will Book L, p. 89, entry 266.

All the following children, except for Vincent and John, were mentioned in the will of John Herndon Graves (Caswell County, NC Will Books, Book L, p. 97, entry 462).  (R‑127)

Children - Kimbrough

  474.   Azariah Graves Kimbrough, d. by 12 Nov. 1834 (Caswell County, NC Will Books, Book M, p. 119, entry 452).

+475.   Nancy Graves Kimbrough, b.c. 1793, m. Goodwin Evans, 5 Jan. 1814, aft. 1860.

+476.   Mary Jennings Kimbrough, b. 27 March 1794, m. John Chandler, 16 Dec. 1822, d. 7 Oct. 1865.

  477.   Marmaduke W. Kimbrough, b.c. 1797, m. Salley Love, 30 Nov. 1818 (Caswell Co., NC).

+478.   Elijah G. Kimbrough, b. 22 July 1799, m. Mildred Crowder, d. 20 Aug. 1878.

  479.   Vincent Tucker Kimbrough, b.c. 1799.

  480.   John Kimbrough

 

Susannah (“Sucky’) Kimbrough (91) was born about 1738, and died after July 1803 when she was recorded as an insolvent[15].  She married Edward Noel (or Nowell).  His will was dated 8 June 1802 in Caswell Co., NC[16].  The children below were recorded in his will.  (R‑539)

Children - Noel

  481.   Nancey Noel

  482.   Ellenor Noel

  483.   Margret Noel

  484.   Betsy Noel

  485.   Martha Noel

  486.   Reubin Noel

  487.   William Noel

  488.   Thomas Edward Noel

  489.   James Noel

  490.   Joel Noel

 

Sarah Kimbrough (92) was born about 1740 in Orange Co. (probably the part that became Caswell Co. in 1777), and died 2 Aug. 1824 in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Leonard Brown.  He was born about 1737 in that part of Orange Co. that became Caswell Co., NC, and died 8 Aug. 1824 in Sumner Co., TN.  Their children were probably born in that part of Orange Co., NC that became Caswell Co. in 1777.  (R‑18, R‑467, R‑469)

Children - Brown

+491.   Eleanor Brown, b.c. 1763, m. William Dorris, Jr., 15 Jan. 1785, d. aft. 1850.

+492.   Elizabeth Brown, b.c. 1764, m. M. R. Crickman, d. 1835-1840.

  493.   daughter, b.c. 1766.

+494.   William Brown, b.c. 1766-1767, m. Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1788.d. 10 Dec. 1808.

+495.   Thomas Brown, b.c. 1768-1769, m. Sarah Murray, 15 Dec. 1795, d. 1 Aug. 1855.

+496.   Robert Brown, b.c. 1770, m(1) Lydia Harris, 19 Dec. 1795, m(2) Susannah Brown, 11 June 1812, d. Nov. 1849.

+497.   Susanna Brown, b.c. 1771, m. John Milton, c. 1788, d. aft. 1840.

+498.   Solomon Brown, b.c. 1772, m. Hannah Cantrell, 5 April 1790, d. 1 May 1849.

+499.   Sarah Brown, b.c. 1776, m. John Askew, 26 Oct. 1799, d. aft. 1841.

+500.   Leonard Brown, b. 1780-1785, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Phoebe (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Brown, 28 Oct. 1850, d. 28 Sept. 1851.

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN GRAVES (13)

John Herndon Graves (98) was born Sept. 1749, probably in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 28 Aug. (or Oct.) 1829 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was a captain in the Revolutionary War and was wounded in the battle of Guilford Court House, 15 March 1781, and left on the field.  He lived in Caswell Co., NC during the Revolution.

He first married Nancy Slade, daughter of Thomas Slade and Hannah Miles[17], on 5 Feb. 1770.  She died 4 June 1807 at Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC.  He married second Elizabeth Coleman on 28 Nov. 1808 in Caswell Co., NC.  There were no children by his second marriage.  His will (Caswell Co., NC. Book L, p. 462) was dated 9 Jan. 1826, codicil dated 26 Aug. 1829, probated 1830.  His will was witnessed by Jeremiah Graves, probably his nephew.

He was a representative in the NC State Assembly in 1788, 1791, 1792 and 1793, and a member of the State Convention to consider the Federal Constitution in 1788 and 1789.  (R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Nancy Slade

  501.   Elizabeth Graves, b. 29 Jan. 1771, m. Thomas Kimbrough (#90), 29 March 1792, d. 1828.  See #90 for descendants.

+502.   Catherine Graves, b. 23 Feb. 1773, m. Groves Howard, 12 Feb. 1792, d. 12 Jan. 1860.

+503.   Thomas Slade Graves, b. 5 Feb. 1775, m. Mary Lee Bennett, 7 May 1800, d. 17 March 1847.

  504.   Azariah Graves, b. 1 Nov. 1776, never married, d. 30 April (or 1 May, according to his grave stone) 1837.  He was a merchant, teacher, and justice of the peace.  Bur. Graves Family Cem. (Yanceyville, NC).

  505.   Elijah Graves, b.c. 9 Dec. 1778, never married, d. 29 Oct. 1855.  According to his gravestone, he was 76 yrs., 10 months, 21 days of age at death.  Bur. Graves Family Cem.

+506.   William Graves, b. 27 Oct. 1780, m(1) Isabella Graves, 21 Nov. 1805, m(2) Anne Lea Graves, 25 May 1815, d. 25 Dec. 1845.

+507.   Barzillai Graves, b. 16 April 1782, m(1) Frances Williams, 2 May 1811, m(2) Mary Thomas (Marshall) Royal, 23 Oct. 1832, d. 10 Oct. 1850.

+508.   Delilah Graves, b. 7 Sept. 1784, m(1) David Womack, 24 March 1800, m(2) Abner Miles, 24 Nov. 1818, d. 13 April 1848.

  509.   Nancy Graves, b. 3 Dec. 1786, m. Bartlett Yancey, Jr. (#547), 8 Dec. 1808, d. 8 April 1855.  See #547 for descendants.

  510.   Mary ("Polly" or "Molly") Graves, b. 15 Jan. 1792, m. James Mebane, Feb. 1833 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 3 Feb. 1846.  No children.  Bur. Graves Family Cem.

 

Mary Graves (99) was born 26 Jan. 1754 and died 22 Feb. 1831.  She married Hon. John Hosea Kerr, son of Alexander Kerr and Mary Elizabeth Rice.  He was born 29 (or 26) Jan. 1753 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 22 Feb. 1816.  He served seven terms in Congress from NC.  (R‑179, R‑521)

Children - Kerr

+511.   Nancy Kerr, b. 18 Dec. 1774, m. Benjamin J. Lea, 9 Feb. 1796, d. 6 Nov. 1854.

  512.   William Kerr, b.c. 1776, d.c. 1803.

  513.   Mary Kerr, b.c. 1779.

+514.   John Kerr, b. 4 Aug. 1782, m. Elizabeth Williams, c. 1805, d. 25 Sept. 1842.

+515.   Barzillai Kerr, b. 21 Aug. 1784, m. Polly Cantrell, 22 March 1806, d.c. 1828.

  516.   Alexander Kerr, b. 9 Aug. 1786, d.c. 1816.

+517.   James Kerr, b. 19 Aug. 1788, m. Frances Ann McNeill (#1747), 29 Sept. 1835, d. 20 April 1848.

+518.   Isabella Kerr, b. 12 June 1790, m. Christopher Williams Brooks, 28 Nov. 1812, d. 4 Feb. 1851.

+519.   Elizabeth Kerr, b. 23 May 1794, m. Joseph N. Pinnix, 23 Jan. 1816, d. 8 Jan. 1865.

  520.   Solomon Kerr, b. 20 March 1796.

 

Thomas Graves (100) was born about 1740 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died by April 1799, when an inventory of his estate was ordered.  The division of land was approved at January Court 1800.  Almost 2500 acres were allotted to his 10 children.

He first married Hannah Miles about 1770.  She was a daughter of Jacob Miles who mentioned four of his Graves grandchildren in his will, to wit: Jacob, John, James, and Martha Graves and granddaughter Martha Gunn.  Thomas married second Hannah Simmons, a relative of his first wife.  Her father, Thomas Simmons, named Thomas Graves, son-in-law, as executor of his will in 1794.  Hannah’s will dated 27 July 1802 listed “sons Azariah and Major, my 4 children Isbell, Azariah, Lewis, and Major Graves, and Isbell Moore if in case Isbell Moore (daughter of Nancy Graves and William Moore, should die before lawful age then to return to my 4 children”.

The following list of children is not necessarily in order of birth, but rather in order of their drawing for land.  However, Hannah’s will shows that her four children are Isbell, Azariah, Lewis, and Major.  (R‑910, R‑931)

Children - Graves, by Hannah Miles

  521.   John Graves, Jr., b.c. 1770, m. Mildred George (or possibly Mary Yancey (#544), 13 Feb. 1794), d. 9 May 1817 (Pittsylvania Co., VA).

+522.   Jacob Graves, b.c. 1772, m. Nancy Kimbrough (#463), c. 1793, d. 1826.

+523.   James Graves, b.c. 1773, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Wright, m(2) Mary Slade, 15 April 1800, d. 1 July 1826.

  524.   Thomas Graves, b.c. 1775, never married, d. bef. 27 July 1802.  Not listed in Hannah’s will dated 27 July 1802.

+525.   Martha Graves, b.c. 1776, m. Thomas Gunn, Jr., 22 Sept. 1792, d. 10 Nov. 1801.

+526.   Nancy Graves, b.c. 1782, m. William Moore, 25 Nov. 1799, d. before 1803.

Children - Graves, by Hannah Simmons

+527.   Azariah Graves, b. 23 June 1787, m. Penelope Simpson, 16 May 1809, d. 11 June 1868.

  528.   Lewis Graves, b.c. 1788, m. Elizabeth Williams Graves (#557, according to R‑931), 12 Nov. 1818 (Caswell Co., NC).

  529.   Major Graves, b.c. 1790, d. aft. 1802.

  530.   Isabel Graves, m. William Graves (probably #506), 25 Nov. 1805.

 

Rev. Barzillai Graves (101) was born 12 Dec. 1759 and died 14 July 1827.  He married Ursula Wright, daughter of William Wright and granddaughter of John Wright who married Miss Parsons, on 10 April 1783.  She was born 26 (or 28) April 1755 and died 27 Nov. 1843.  Barzillai lived and died in Caswell Co., NC about three miles from Yanceyville.  He was the most distinguished Baptist clergyman of his time in Virginia, NC, and TN.  He was in the N.C. Senate in 1814-1815 and in the House from 1818 to 1822.  He was a taxpayer in Gloucester District of Caswell Co., N.C. in 1790.  (R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+531.   Solomon Graves, b. 14 Feb. 1784, m. Mary Cleveland Franklin, 10 April 1817, d. 28 April 1861.

+532.   Jeremiah Graves, b. 4 Jan. 1786, m. Delilah S. Lea, 14 March 1816, d. 23 Sept. 1868.

+533.   Isabella Graves, b. 18 March 1788, m. Hosea MacNeill, 16 March 1807, d. 26 Dec. 1861.

  534.   Barzillai Graves, b. 17 Oct. 1790, never married, d. 6 Dec. 1828.

  535.   Elizabeth ("Betsey") Graves, b. 2 March 1793, m. James Lea, Jr., 15 April 1815 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 1854.  Moved to TN.

  536.   Margarette (or Margaret) Graves, b. 3 July 1795, m(1) William Lipscomb, m(2) J. V. Cross, d. 1853.  Moved to TN.

  537.   Mary Graves, b. 15 Sept. 1798, m. Thomas Williams Graves (#1700), 17 July 1828, d. 24 Aug. 1875.  See #1700 for descendants.

 

Ann Graves (102) died in 1818.  She married Bartlett Yancey.  He was born about 1736 in Hanover Co., VA[18], and died 18 April 1785 in Caswell Co., NC.  Bartlett, a native of Granville Co., NC, of Welsh descent, moved to Caswell Co., NC, and settled some six miles south of what is now called Yanceyville.  His parents were James Yancey (b. 1717, d. 1779) and Ann Thornton, who had migrated from Hanover Co., VA, to Granville Co., NC.  (See Granville Co. wills.)  The following list of children is found in her will and in administration records of Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑151, R‑177, R‑910)

Children - Yancey

+538.   John Graves Yancey, b.c. 1764, m. Elizabeth Lightfoot Moore, 24 Feb. 1789, d. Nov. 1818.

+539.   James Yancey, b.c. 1772[19], m(1) Lucy Kerr, 14 Jan. 1794, m(2) Zilpah Johnston, 24 June 1811, d. 17 Oct. 1829.

+540.   Thomas Yancey, b.c. 1769, m(1) Keziah Simmons, 24 Feb. 1789, m(2) Elizabeth Tate, 2 (or 10) Feb. 1802, d. 1804.

+541.   Elizabeth Perry Yancey, b.c. 1770, m. Nathaniel Slade, 26 June 1792, d. 1854.

+542.   Isabel (or Isabelle) Yancey, b.c. 1774, m(1) John Kimbrough (#460), c. 1790, m(2) Joseph Collier, 17 Sept. 1805.

+543.   Sarah Yancey, b.c. 1777, m. Isaac Rice, 6 July 1811, d. before 1816.

+544.   Mary Yancey, b.c. 1768 (or 1774), m(1) John Graves (possibly #521), 13 Feb. 1794, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Riddle (or Biddle).

  545.   Nancy Yancey, b.c. 1770 (or 1775), m. Isaac Johnston, 10 Dec. 1795 (Caswell Co., NC).

+546.   Frances W. Yancey, b.c. 1780 (or 1784), m. Alexander Wiley, 2 Oct. 1804, d. before 1816.

+547.   Bartlett Yancey, Jr., b. 19 Feb. 1785, m. Nancy Graves, 8 Dec. 1808, d. 3 (or 30) Aug. 1828.

 

Solomon Graves (103) was born 29 April 1766 in Caswell Co., NC, died Oct. 1830 in Newton Co., GA, and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Cem., Newton Co., GA.  He married Frances Byrd Lewis of Virginia, daughter of Iverson Lewis and Frances Bird.  He moved to Newton Co., GA about 1819.  He was in the NC House of Commons in 1795 and 1797.  (R‑96, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+548.   William Byrd Graves, b. 20 Aug. 1791, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. June 1864.

+549.   John Lewis Graves, b. 12 Feb. 1793, m. Martha W. (Graves) Dick (#559), 20 May 1824, d. 26 Oct. 1854.

+550.   Frances Lewis Graves, b. 15 July 1797, m. Dr. William P. Graham, 3 Nov. 1825, d. Oct. 1850.

+551.   Iverson Lea Graves, b. 20 June 1799, m(1) Elizabeth W. Paine, 2 Oct. 1828, m(2) Sarah Ward Dutton, 29 Oct. 1834, d. 2 Oct 1864.

+552.   Barzillai Graves, b. 12 March 1802, m. Sarah Maria Goneke, 6 July 1837, d. 21 Dec. 1867.

+553.   Solomon Graves, Jr., b. 12 (or 22) Sept. 1803, m(1) Rebecca Littleton Lane, 23 April 1828, m(2) Anne Slade Graves, 22 May 1836, m(3) Catherine Goneke, d. 20 Aug. 1850.

  554.   Sidney Graves, b. 14 March 1806, never married, d. 1833.

 

Gen. Azariah Graves (104) was born 29 Oct. 1768 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 1 March 1850.  He married Elizabeth ("Betsy") Williams, daughter of John Williams who was a colonel in the Rev. War, on 3 June 1790.  She was born 15 Oct. 1773 in Orange Co., NC, and died 21 Aug. 1841.  In the War of 1812, Gen. Graves was in command of the 16th Brigade, 3rd Division, of the N.C. State Militia.  He was a prominent and influential man, member of the State Senate from 1805 to 1811.  He was taxed in the Gloucester District, Caswell Co., NC in 1790.  They lived in Caswell Co., and were buried in Trinity Baptist Church Cem. (old), Caswell Co., NC.

It is believed by some that he (or someone in his household) may have had a daughter, Nancy Ann Graves, by a slave.  Nancy is said to be a mulatto slave owned by Azariah Graves and given to his daughter, Frances Lea Graves, as a wedding present about 1826.  See genealogy 115 for more information.  (R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+555.   John Williams Graves, b. 4 March 1792, m. Martha Elizabeth Hinton, 26 Oct. 1814, d. 9 Feb. 1847.

  556.   Ann Lea Graves, b. 5 Jan. 1794, m. William Graves (#506), 25 May 1815, d. 10 Oct. 1857.  See #506 for descendants.

  557.   Elizabeth Williams Graves, b. 2 Feb. 1797, m. Lewis Graves (#528, according to R‑931), 12 Nov. 1818 (Caswell Co., NC).

+558.   Henrietta Williams Graves, b. 7 April 1799, m. Thomas Settle, 21 Sept. 1820, d. 14 Jan. 1886.

  559.   Martha W. Graves, b. 2 June 1801, m(1) John W. Dick, 31 May 1822, m(2) Dr. John L. Graves (#549), 20 May 1824, d. June 1868.  See #549 for descendants.

+560.   Calvin Graves, b. 3 Jan. 1804, m(1) Elizabeth Lea, 2 (or 9) June 1830, m(2) Mary (Wilson) Lea, 4 Feb. 1859, d. 11 Feb. 1877.

+561.   Frances Lea Graves, b. 2 Sept. 1807, m. Josiah Thomas Settle, 8 June 1826, d. 7 Oct. 1829.

+562.   Mary Kerr Graves, b. 15 April 1810, m. Alexis Howard, 7 Dec. 1842.

  563.   Rebecca Williams Graves, b. 8 Oct. 1812, m. Henry Lee Graves (#1628), 3 Feb. 1836, d. 18 Nov. 1865.  See #1628 for descendants.

+564.   Azariah Graves, Jr., b. 10 Aug. 1815, m(1) Meekey Harden Slade, 26 June 1844, m(2) Elizabeth Jane Neal, 1 July 1846, m(3) Isabella Howard, 17 March 1858, d. 8 July 1897.

 

Isabella Graves (106) married Thomas L. Slade on 12 Dec. 1782 in Caswell Co., NC.  His will is dated 27 Aug. 1827, proven in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑179)

Children - Slade

  565.   Isabella Slade, m. William Russell, 29 May 1825.

  566.   Susan Slade

  567.   William Slade

  568.   John Slade

  569.   Polly Slade, m. James Graves, 15 April 1800 (Caswell Co., NC).  After the death of her husband, her nephew Milton Stamps lived with her in Rockingham Co., NC.

  570.   Thomas Slade

  571.   Milton Slade

  572.   Emily Slade

+573.   Nancy Slade, b.c. 1792, m. John Stamps, Jr., 13 Jan. 1808, d. before 10 Nov. 1844.

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS GRAVES (15) AND ISABELLA S. BARTLETT

William Bartlett Graves (115) was born 19 Oct. 1755 and died 7 Jan. 1818, both in Louisa Co., VA.  He married Ann (or Anne) P. ("Nancy") Pettus (#147), daughter of Col. William Pettus and Susannah Graves, on 3 Feb. 1778 in Louisa Co., VA.  Ann was William's first cousin.  She was born 1 Feb. 1760, and died 12 Oct. 1815 in Louisa Co., VA.  The will of William B. Graves is recorded in Louisa Co., VA.  He was a Revolutionary War patriot.  They are said to have moved to Todd Co., KY.  (R‑13, R‑109, R‑306, R‑430, R‑910)

Children - Graves

  574.   Mary Graves, b. 19 March 1779, m. George Wash, 14 Feb. 1804 (Louisa Co., VA by Rev. William Cooke).  Marriage bond was dated 2 Feb. 1804.

+575.   Ann Pettus Graves, b. 13 May 1781, m. Charles Thompson, 14 Dec. 1800, d. 24 July 1858.

  576.   Overton Hart Graves, b. 1 June 1783.

+577.   Susannah Pettus Graves, b. 16 May 1785, m. John Hancock, 24 Aug. 1813, d. 1862.

+578.   Hulda Graves, b. 24 Feb. 1788, m. James C. Hall, 22 Dec. 1809, d. 7 July 1852.

+579.   Amelia Graves, b. 8 Feb. 1790, m(1) James Wash, 28 Jan. 1805, m(2) Mills Tandy, 9 Dec. 1805, d. 14 Sept. 1843.

+580.   Joseph Robert Pettus Graves, b. 4 June 1792, m(1) Mary Ann Pettus, 14 Jan. 1813, m(2) Mary Elizabeth Smoot, 13 April 1845, d. 14 July 1855.

  581.   William Overton Graves, b. 31 May 1796, m. Jane Frances Garnett, 26 May 1824 (Christian Co., KY), d. by 20 April 1829.  Jane, daughter of James Garnett and Frances Chiles, was b. 22 Sept. 1808 (probably in Albemarle Co., VA), d. 9 May 1837 (Pembroke, Christian Co., KY), and was bur. Rosedale Cem. (Pembroke, KY).  She m(2) James S. Quisenberry, 24 April 1829 (Christian Co., KY, intentions filed 20 April 1829).

+582.   James Otho Graves, b. 7 Oct. 1798, m. Ann Mills Perry, c. 1820, d. 20 Aug. 1875.

+583.   Caswell Thomas Graves, b. 8 Aug. 1801, m. Delphia Eads, 28 July 1806, d. 2 Aug. 1875.

 

Ann ("Nancy") Graves (116) was born 22 July 1756 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 6 March 1846 in Butler Co., OH.  She married John Hancock, son of Benjamin Hancock and Mary (“Polly”) Beadles of Hanover Co., VA, on 7 May 1774 in Louisa Co., VA[20].  He was born 4 March 1753 in Hanover Co., VA, and died before 27 Oct. 1827 in Butler Co., OH, when an appraisal of his estate was recorded..

The family lived in Louisa Co., VA during the Revolutionary War, where John served and was appointed Captain in the Militia on April 13, 1779.  For this service, he received a land warrant for bounty land.  The family moved to Kentucky about 1788, where they settled in Woodford Co. for a short time, then moved to Franklin Co.  Sometime between 1805 and 1812, they moved to Butler Co., OH, where it is said John Hancock built the first cabin on what is now the town square of Oxford.  This location was at the crossing of two Indian trails and because of the scarcity of water, he abandoned it and moved closer to what is now Hamilton, OH.  He died there in Hanover Twp. before Oct. 27, 1827, when an appraisal of his estate was recorded.

Nancy died in Reily Twp., Butler Co., OH, and both were buried on a part of their property which they set aside as a burial ground.  A few years ago, a committee was appointed in Butler Co. to locate the graves of the early pioneers who died there before 1860.  The graves of John and Nancy Hancock were located and their remains were moved to Oxford Cem. at Oxford, OH (Butler Co. Graveyard Records by Jane Knox Skinner).  (R‑13, R‑16, R‑122)

Children - Hancock

+584.   Thomas Graves Hancock, b. 15 May 1776, m(1) Jemima Hayden, 19 Jan. 1801, m(2) Elizabeth Cox, 27 Nov. 1810, m(3) Eleanor Cook, c. 1825, d. 26 Sept. 1848.

+585.   Susannah Hancock, b. 7 Aug. 1779, m. Henry C. Crutcher III, 19 April 1802, d. 16 July 1849.

+586.   Bartlett Hancock, b. Oct. 1786, m. Sophia Dixon, 28 Jan. 1812, d. 13 May 1859.

+587.   John Alexander Hancock, Oct. 1786, m. Lucy Smith, 15 June 1806, d. bef. 21 Oct. 1850.

+588.   Joel Hancock, b. 15 March 1788, m(1) Sarah Jane Lintner, 11 Jan. 1816, m(2) Sarah Hall, 24 May 1822, d. 12 Oct. 1863.

  589.   Nancy Ann Hancock, b.c. 1790, m. Jonas Jones, 20 July 1809 (Butler Co., OH), d. 1840-1850.

+590.   Graves Hancock, b.c. 1790, m. Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d.c. 1820.

+591.   Isabella Hancock, b.c. 1793, m. Henry Clem, 2 April 1812, d. July 1826.

+592.   James Bartlett Hancock, b. 30 Sept. 1794, m. Lucinda Sheeley, Nov. 1824, d. 21 Dec. 1871.

+593.   Henry Graves Hancock, b. 19 March 1797, m(1) Sarah Ella Watson, 28 May 1822, m(2) Jane Camp, d. 5 Sept. 1876.

  594.   William Thomas Hancock, b. 27 Sept. 1802, d. 18 Sept. 1853.

 

Isabella (or Isabel or Arabella) Graves (117) was born in 1764 (or about 1750 according to another source) in VA, and died in Shelbyville, Shelby Co., KY.  She first married Col. John Hall by 1801.  He died by 1819.  The children listed below were named in John's will probated in Scott Co., KY, in June Court 1819 and recorded in Scott Co. Will Book C, pages 247-248.  She married second Col. William Nash.  (R‑137, R‑182)

Children - Hall

  595.   Warren Hall

  596.   John Hall

  597.   Emily Boswell Hall

  598.   William Hall

  599.   Charles W. Hall

  600.   Malinda Darniby Hall

+601.   Braxton P. Hall, b. 12 March 1786, m. Catherine Shroyer, c. 1810, d. 20 May 1859.

  602.   Thomas G. Hall

  603.   Bartlett Hall

  604.   Washington Hall

Children - Nash

  605.   William Nash, Jr.

 

Roseanna (or Rosannah or Roxanna) Graves (118) was born about 1765 in VA, and died about 19 Oct. 1827 in Hancock Co., GA, and was buried about ten miles from Sparta, Hancock Co., GA, possibly in the Powelton Baptist Church Cem.  She married James Randle/Randolph, possibly in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born about 1745 in VA, son of James Randle, and died before 13 Aug. 1803 in Hancock Co., GA.  Their children were born in Brunswick Co., VA.  (R‑54)

Children - Randle

+606.   John Randle, b.c. 1764-1767, m. Susanna Coffee, d. 1806.

  607.   Thomas Graves Randle, b.c. 1771, m. Rebekah Robinson, 4 July 1793 (Greensville Co., VA), d. bef. Dec. 1799 (Greensville Co., VA).  Rebekah was b. 16 Jan. 1775 (Brunswick Co., VA), dau. of Littleberry Robinson and Susanna Rottenberry, and d. 29 May 1827 (Morgan Co., GA).  She m(2) Isaac Rowe Walton, 24 May 1800 (Greenville Co., VA).

+608.   William Randle, b.c. 1778, m. Susan Robinson Rives, 24 Sept. 1802, d. 19 Oct. 1830.

+609.   Willis Randle, b. bef. 1782, m(1) Milly Moore, 17 Jan. 1809, m(2) Tabitha C. Huckaby, d. bef. 3 Jan. 1826.

+610.   Washington Randle, b.c. 1788, m. Sarah Hendricks, 12 Dec. 1811, d. aft. 1840.

+611.   Peter Randle, b.c. 1789, m(1) Martha Long, bef. 1815, m(2) Eliza A. Foster, 19 Feb. 1857, d. 14 June 1869.

+612.   James Graves Randle, b.c. 1790, Sarah C. Coleman, 26 Jan. 1808, d. 1863.

+613.   Edmund Randle, b. 26 May 1793, m. Sarah Hines Colquitt, 25 Oct. 1814,  d. 18 Nov. 1838.

 

Bartlett O. Graves (119) was born 22 Nov. 1766 in VA, and died in 1855.  He first married Frances Lane, daughter of Henry Lane, on 16 April 1787 in Louisa Co., VA.  She died in 1793.  He married second Kitty Patterson in 1793.  She died in 1805.  They apparently had no children.  He married third Elizabeth Leathers on 7 Oct. 1806 in Campbell Co., KY.  She was born in 1781 in VA, and died in 1867.

Bartlett was in the 1820 and 1830 censuses for Campbell Co., KY.  He was in the 1840 census for Kenton Co., KY.  He was in the 1850 census for Kenton Co., KY, when he and wife Elizabeth were living with his son Milton.  Elizabeth was in the 1860 census for Kenton Co., KY in Milton’s household.  (R‑910)

Children - Graves, by Frances Lane

+614.   Henry Bartlett Graves, b. July 1788, m. Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 12 Jan. 1823, d. 3 April 1871.

  615.   Mary (“Polly”) Graves, m. William Grant.

+616.   Bartlett L. Graves, b. 29 Feb. 1793, m. Hannah D. Estill McCreary, 1 Jan. 1817, d. 19 Oct. 1847.

Children - Graves, by Elizabeth Leathers

+617.   John Leathers Graves, b. 10 April 1807, m(1) Maria W. Graves, 4 Feb. 1836, m(2) Martha Lucas, 22 Sept. 1857, d. 29 Jan. 1890.

  618.   Louisa Graves

+619.   Milton White Graves, b. 22 Aug. 1809, m. Catherine A. Osborn, d. 13 Dec. 1893.

  620.   Clarissa Graves

  621.   Arminta Graves

+622.   Joseph Addison Graves, b. 15 Nov. 1814, m. Anna C. Harrison, d. 19 March 1867.

  623.   Thomas C. Graves, b.c. 1820, d. 14 Aug. 1845 (age 25 years, 9 months, 29 days).

  624.   William B. Graves, b.c. 1821, d. 25 July 1822 (age 1 year, 4 months, 7 days).

  625.   Benjamin Graves, b.c. 1822, d. 8 Oct. 1841 (age 18 years, 9 months, 7 days).

  626.   Elizabeth Graves

+627.   Mary Jane Graves, b. 1829, m. Williams A. Williams.

 

Mary Susan ("Polly") Graves (120) was born about 1766, probably in Louisa Co., VA, died 3 Nov. 1851 (or 1831?) in McLean Co., IL, and was buried in East Grove Cem., McLean Co., IL.  She married Col. Samuel Beeler, son of Capt. Samuel Beeler and Amelia Hurst (?), on 11 June 1790.  He was born 27 Jan. 1761 (or 1760) in Virginia, died 14 Jan. 1840 in McLean Co., IL, and was also buried in East Grove Cem.  They lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Butler Co., Ohio, and McLean Co., IL.  They were Methodists.  He was a farmer and was in the War of 1812.  John Card Graves said she was called Susan, married Samuel Bealert in Va., moved to Fayette Co., Ky., and then to Ohio.  (R‑1, R‑24, R‑915)

Children - Beeler

  628.   Samuel Beeler III, b. 12 July 1791, m. Sarah Dollahan, 10 Dec. 1818, d. 8 April 1865 (IN).  5 children.

  629.   Isabella Beeler, b. 10 Feb. 1793 (OH), m. Francis Rockhild, 4 March 1824, d. 14 April 1844.  6 children.

+630.   William Beeler, b. 26 Sept. 1796, m(1) Mary Hall, 12 May 1818, m(2) Elizabeth Sheely, d. 3 March 1878.

+631.   Mary Elizabeth Beeler, b. 4 Oct. 1797, m. William E. Henry, 12 May 1818, d. 26 July 1881.

  632.   Elizabeth Beeler, b.c. 1800, m. Milton Dollahan, Sr.  She was buried near Cedar Rapids, IA.  2 children.

  633.   George Beeler, b. 6 Sept. 1802 (KY), m. Delilah Sheely, 9 Oct. 1823, d. 4 Aug. 1855.  Bur. McLean Co., IL.  4 children.

  634.   Amelia Beeler, b.c. 1805, m. Patrick Kelly, 22 Sept. 1833.  She was buried near Cedar Rapids, IA.  4 children.

  635.   Nancy Beeler, b. 4 April 1809, m. Jesse Hill, 18 Aug. 1831, d. 1833.  4 children.

  636.   Lavina Beeler, b.c. 1810, m. Isaac Rynearson, 12 Feb. 1830.  She was bur. near Cedar Rapids, IA.  2 children.

 

John C. (or Robinson[21] Graves (123) was born 2 March 1775 (or 1773 according to John Card Graves, or 2 March 1767 according to H. Gordon Kenney; however, this latter date seems unlikely, since it was less than 4 months after his brother Bartlett was born) in Louisa Co., VA, and died before 14 Aug. 1848 in Fayette Co., KY.  He married Margaret Cloud, daughter of Henry Cloud (who died 6 Aug. 1787), in 1792.  She was born 1773 in Shenandoah Co., VA, and died 11 March 1849 in Fayette Co., KY.  They were buried in Fayette Co., KY.  John served in the War of 1812; he held the rank of quartermaster.  He was also Colonel of the 10th Ky. Regt., State Militia[22].  Their children were born in Fayette Co., KY.  (R‑53, R‑245, R‑430, R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  637.   Mary Cloud Graves, b. 15 Feb. 1797, m. William W. Graves (#790), 18 Oct. 1815, d. 13 March 1901.  See #790 for descendants.

  638.   Thomas C. Graves, b. Jan. 1799, m. Mary Ann Scott.

  639.   William C. Graves, b. 17 Feb. 1801 (Donerail, Fayette Co., KY), m. Sally Ann Walker, 14 Dec. 1837, d. 26 July 1890.

+640.   Harvey Cloud Graves, b. 19 Feb. 1804, m(1) Lucinda Garth, 1829, m(2) Martha Rebecca Crockett, 7 March 1837, d. 14 Aug. 1885.

+641.   Louisa Graves, b. 19 Feb. 1806, m. Jesse Beauchamp, 4 Nov. 1822, d. 29 Feb. 1884.

+642.   George W. C. Graves, b. 11 March 1808, m(1) Sidney Jane Dougherty, 7 Oct. 1829, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Shropshire, 1884, d. 11 May 1894.

  643.   Eliza (or Elizabeth) Ann Graves, b. 4 April 1810, m. John Madison Garth, 20 Sept. 1831 (Fayette Co., KY), d. 23 March 1879 (Scott Co., KY).  He was b.c. 1811, son of John Garth and Sarah Griffith, and d. 1898 (Scott Co., KY).

 

CHILDREN OF SOLOMON GRAVES (16) AND SARAH WINFIELD

David Graves (126) was born 11 Nov. 1750 in Surry Co., VA, was christened 11 Dec. 1750 in Albemarle Parish, Surry Co., VA, and died about 1821 in Sussex Co., VA.  He married Martha Moore, daughter of Thomas Moore and Sarah Sands (widow), about 1772.  She was born 15 Feb. 1753 in Surry Co., VA, was christened 6 May 1753 in Albemarle Parish, Surry Co., VA, and died before 1816.  David was a farmer.  Their children were born, married, and died in Sussex Co., Va., with the possible exception of Ann whose death place is not known.

David was probably the one in the 1820 census for Sussex Co., VA, page 224, with 1 male 26-45, 1 male 45+, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 45+, and 34 slaves.  (R‑63, R‑910)

Children - Graves

+644.   Rebecca Graves, b.c. 1773, m. Willis Adkins, 13 July 1793, d. April 1850.

+645.   Sally Graves, m. Thomas Lee Chambliss, 28 Feb. 1793, d. 1827.

+646.   Solomon Graves II, b.c. 1775-1794, m. Polly Pennington, 22 April 1807, d. 1825.

  647.   Lucy Graves, m. Thomas Potts, 3 Sept. 1807 (bond dated 29 Aug. 1807, Sussex Co., VA), d. by March 1816.

  648.   Elizabeth Graves, m. Robert Moore, 7 Feb. 1811 (Sussex Co., VA bond).

  649.   Susanna Graves, b.c. 1792, m. Williamson Howle (or Howell), 6 Oct. 1821 (Sussex Co., VA), d. 26 April 1870.

  650.   Ann Graves, m. Alexander Rainey, 20 Dec. 1808 (or 12 Jan. 1809) (Sussex Co., VA).

  651.   Martha Graves, m. James Bell, 3 Sept. 1801 (Sussex Co., VA).

 

Anne (or Ann) Graves (127) was born 12 Dec. 1752 in Surry Co., VA.  She married Marcus Pennington on 28 July 1769 in Sussex Co., VA.  He was born in 1744.  (R‑90, R‑185, R‑186)

Children - Pennington

+652.   Sarah Pennington, b.c. 1777, m. Edward Marable, 21 Oct. 1794.

  653.   Polly Pennington, b.c. 1780, m. Solomon Graves (#646), 22 April 1807.  See #646 for descendants.

+654.   Graves Pennington, b.c. 1783, m(1) Frances Graves, 11 Aug. 1803, m(2) Martha M. Bondurant, 7 June 1820, d. 1854.

 

William Graves (128) was born 13 Nov. 1754 in Sussex Co., VA, christened 5 Jan. 1755 according to the Register of Albemarle Parish, Surry and Sussex Counties, 1739-1778, and died after 23 Dec. 1815.  His will dated 23 Dec. 1815, was proved 4 Jan. 1821 in Sussex Co., VA, Will Book ‘H”, p. 248.  He first married Rebecca Williamson (?).  She died 20 Jan. 1774.  He married second Susanna ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  She may be the one in the 1820 census for Sussex Co., VA, page 224, with 1 female 45+, and 9 slaves.  William’s will mentioned daughters Sally, Mariah, Patsy Moore, and Elizabeth Rogers.  The sons mentioned in the will were Williamson, Thomas, and Joseph.  (R‑343, R‑910)

Children - Graves

  655.   Mariah Graves, unmarried in 1815.

+656.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1771-1780, m. James Rogers, 17 April 1800, d. bet. 1840-1850.

  657.   Williamson Graves, b.c. 1781-1790, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. aft. 1840.  Recorded on the 1840 census in Greensville Co., VA.

+658.   Joseph Henry Graves, b. 1781-1790, m. Mary Moore, 28 May 1813, d. bet. 1840-1850.

  659.   Thomas Graves, unmarried in 1815.

+660.   Sarah Graves, b.c. 1792, m. James Watkins Cook, 19 Feb. 1817, d. Sept. 1861.

+661.   Martha Graves, b. 8 Oct. 1793, m. Matthew D. Moore, 6 Jan. 1814, d. 13 June 1881.

 

Sally Graves (129) was born 26 June 1760 and died 28 July 1811, both in Sussex Co., VA[23].  She married John Pennington, son of Joseph Pennington and Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 20 Dec. 1786 in Sussex Co., VA.  He was born 1 Dec. 1760 in Surry Co., VA, and died 20 Jan. 1823 in Sussex Co., VA.  All their children were born in Sussex Co., VA.  (R‑90)

Children - Pennington

  662.   Patsy Pennington, b. 20 March 1788.

  663.   Thomas Pennington, b. 1 Jan. 1790, m. Mary Adkins (#2129), 6 Nov. 1810, d. 7 Sept. 1831 (Sussex Co., VA).  See #2129 for descendants.

  664.   Nancy Pennington, b. 19 Oct. 1791.

+665.   David Pennington, b. 29 Sept. 1793, m. Martha Wilson Holleman, 18 Dec. 1817, d. 13 June 1832.

+666.   Henry Pennington, b. 23 Oct. 1796, m. Lucy Graves Adkins, d. 25 Oct. 1849.

  667.   William Graves Pennington, b. 22 Feb. 1797.

+668.   Richard Pennington, b. 15 Jan. 1800, m. Sally Lamb, 25 Nov. 1825, d. 7 July 1837.

+669.   Rebecca Pennington, b. 12 Jan. ‑‑‑‑, m. Crosher Graves, 23 Nov. 1826, d. bef. 1 Nov. 1831.

 

Rebecca Graves (131) was born in 1764.  She married William Charles Chambliss, Jr., son of William Charles Chambliss and Elizabeth Rives (?), on 27 March 1782 in Sussex Co., VA.  He was born in 1760 in VA.

The original consent filed among the loose papers of the Circuit Court for the County of Sussex, VA, and recorded in Marriage Register 1754-1850, page 30, states: "This is to certify that I have given my consent for my daughter Rebeccah Graves of Sussex County to marry to William Chambliss of the said County.  Given under my hand this 24th day of March 1782.  Solomon Graves. Witness: John (?) Graves, Thomas Chambliss."  The marriage bond was also recorded with the consent, and was signed by William Chambliss and witnessed by James Chambliss.  (R‑59)

Children - Chambliss

  670.   Polly Chambliss, b. VA, m. Mitchell Grigg, 27 Dec. 1808 (Sussex Co., VA) or 4 Jan. 1809.

+671.   John Graves Chambliss, b. 1800, m. Celia Jane Mabry Cain, 1818, d. 19 May 1865.

 

Richard Graves (133) died in Dinwiddie Co., VA.  He married Dorothy ("Dolly") Blunt, daughter of Richard Blunt, on 21 Aug. 1783 in Sussex Co., VA.  Most of the following information is from the family Bible of Richard Graves' son, George Graves.  (R‑267)

Children - Graves

+672.   Robert Graves, b. 30 May 1791, m. Susan Adams, c. 1815, d. 15 Sept. 1844.

+673.   George Graves, b. 30 May 1796, m. Ann Booth Tyus, 1 Oct. 1818, d. 19 Feb. 1845.

 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM GRAVES (17) AND MARY ‑‑‑‑‑‑

Thomas Graves (136) was born by 1769 and died in 1844.  He married Elizabeth Lanier, daughter of David Lanier, on 16 Dec. 1800 in Henry Co., VA.  She was born about 1783 in VA, and died 28 Oct. 1855 in Giles Co., TN at the home of her daughter Mary New.

Elizabeth was recorded as the head of household on the 1850 census in Giles Co., TN.  Living with her were her grandsons David L. Graves, 21, and William R. Graves, 9.  They were the sons of William Branch Graves, below.  Elizabeth was living with son-in-law and daughter, Pleasant and Mary Louisa New, when she died.  (R‑11, R‑46, R‑238)

Children - Graves

+674.   William Branch Graves, b. 1803, m. Harriet Huldah Abernathy, by 1827, d. Aug. 1859.

+675.   Ann Graves, b. 21 Aug. 1804, m. Alexander Graves, 25 Dec. 1825, d. aft. 1860.  See Gen. 169 for their descendants.

  676.   Thomas Martin Graves, b.c. 1811 (VA), m(1) Eliza J. (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Wilburn, 2 Sept. 1845, m(2) Eliza K. Gray, 2 Sept. 1854 (Maury Co., TN), d. aft. 1859.  His first wife was the widow of Benjamin O. Wilburn; she died 28 Dec. 1852.  His 2nd wife was the widow of Matthew Gray.  This marriage ended in divorce on 19 March 1856 (Maury Co., TN).  Thomas was listed in his father’s estate in 1859 as recorded in the Giles Co., TN Chancery Court Minutes.

  677.   James L. Graves, b. May 1819 (NC), m(1) Nancy E. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Sallie M. Thompson, 23 Dec. 1865, d. 12 Dec. 1872.

  678.   Sarah Graves, m. Granderson Booth, d. bef. July 1891.  Moved to Phillips Co., AR.

  679.   Eliza Graves, m. James Gibson.  Moved to MS.

+680.   Mary Louisa Graves, b.c. 1823, m. Pleasant New, Jr., d. 13 July 1873.

  681.   John L. Graves, d. 17 May 1840.  Assassinated.  Died without wife or children.

 

Susannah Graves (139) was born about 1763, and died 9 March 1837 in Henry Co., VA.  She married General Joseph Martin, Jr., son of Joseph Martin and Susannah Chiles, on 24 Feb. 1784 in Henry Co., VA.  He was born 18 Sept. 1740 in Albemarle Co., VA, died 18 Dec. 1808 in Henry Co., VA, and was buried at "Bell Monte" on Leatherwood Creek, Henry Co.  Susannah was Joseph's third wife.  He first married Sarah Lucas in 1762.  Sarah died 17 March 1782 in Henry Co., Va.  Children by this marriage were Susannah, b. 1763, m. Jacob Burns, d. 1844; Col. William, b. 1765, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Donelson, d. 1846; Elizabeth, m. Carr Waller, d. 1805; Brice, b. 1770, m. Malinda Perkins, d. 1856; Polly, m. Daniel Hammock; Martha, m. William Cleveland; Nancy, m. Aichilus Hughes.  After his appointment as Indian Commissioner (while his first wife was living) Joseph married Elizabeth Ward, a Cherokee princess (probably half Indian), and had children James, b. 1781, and Nannie.  He was still her husband in 1800.  His Indian name was Gulkalu or Longknife.  Both his white wives knew of the Indian one.  According to R‑259, he married Mary Emory as his fourth wife.  All the children of Susannah and Joseph were born in Henry Co., VA.  (R‑8, R‑317)

Children - Martin

+682.   Joseph Martin III, b. 22 Sept. 1785, m. Sarah Hughes, 27 April 1810, d. 3 Nov. 1859.

+683.   Jesse Martin, b.c. 1786, m(1) Annie Armistead, 16 Nov. 1808, m(2) Cecelia Reid, 17 June 1812, d. 28 Nov. 1836.

+684.   Thomas W. Martin, b.c. 1788, m. Nancy Carr, 20 Jan. 1812, d. bef. 1838.

+685.   Sarah Martin, b.c. 1792, m. Samuel Armistead, 7 Feb. 1807, d.c. 1813.

  686.   Patrick Henry Martin, b.c. 1792, never married, d. April 1815.  D. after his return from TN serving in Jackson’s Army.

  687.   Polly Martin, b.c. 1793, m. Reuben Hughes, 7 March 1812 (Henry Co., VA), d.c. 1839 (Henry Co., VA).  He was b.c. 1790.

+688.   Lewis Graves Martin, b. 1 April 1793, m(1) Belinda America Rucker, 16 Sept. 1816, m(2) Alice H. Conn, 4 March 1839, d. 27 March 1877.

+689.   Susannah Martin, b.c. 1799, m. George W. King, 6 May 1816, d. after 1860.

+690.   Alexander Martin, b. 5 Dec. 1799, m. Elizabeth Carr, 4 Nov. 1819, d. 15 Dec. 1850.

+691.   John Calvin Martin, b.c. 1803, m. Sofiah Rucker, d. aft. 1860.

+692.   George Wythe Martin, b. 7 July 1805, m(1) Eliza Starling, m(2) Caroline H. Watkins, 25 Oct. 1837, d. 27 Oct. 1857.

 

Mary ("Polly") Graves (141) was born before 1775 in Pittsylvania Co., VA, and died by 1815.  She married Capt. Green Bouldin, son of Thomas Bouldin II and Martha Moseley, on 28 April 1791 in Henry Co., VA.  He was born in 1760 (or 2 Oct. 1767) in Charlotte Co., VA, and died 16 Oct. 1830 in Morgan Co., AL.  He married second Elizabeth (Jiggets) Driver about 1815.  She was born in Henry Co., VA, and died about 1829.  Her daughter from her first marriage to William Driver married his son Green Bouldin.  (R‑203, R‑316, R‑544)

Children - Bouldin

  693.   Amey G. Bouldin, b. 25 Dec. 1791 (Charlotte Co., VA), m. Thomas Payne, 13 Jan. 1816 (Henry Co., VA).

+694.   Richard T. Bouldin, b.c. 1792, m. Sarah East (#708), 29 Nov. 1817, d. aft. 1860.

+695.   William Graves Bouldin, b. 21 March 1792, m. Elizabeth Purnell Hammond, 11 July 1821, d. 30 Sept. 1857.

+696.   James Massey Bouldin, b. 13 March 1795, m(1) Margaret Bouldin, 18 Oct. 1824, m(2) Mary Tabitha J. Hammond, 26 Oct. 1831, d. 8 Nov. 1844.

+697.   Green Bouldin, b.c. 1796, m. Margaret Ann Driver, d. 1883.

+698.   Thomas U. Bouldin, b.c. 1798, m. Mary Ann Dedman, 10 Dec. 1829, d.c. Oct. 1833.

  699.   Mary Bouldin, b. 8 Feb. 1799 (Henry Co., VA), m. Noble G. Majors, d. aft. 1850 (probably Bedford Co., TN).

  700.   Elizabeth Bouldin, b. Jan. 1802 (Henry Co., VA), m. Frederick Hood.

  701.   Massey Bouldin, b.c. 1804, m. Thomas S. Dupree, 15 Sept. 1822 (Morgan Co., AL).  Their marriage was also recorded in Limestone Co., AL.

 

Sarah ("Sally") Graves (142) was born sometime after May in 1775 in Pittsylvania Co., VA (in what later became Henry Co.), died 4 Jan. 1866, most likely at her son Joseph's home in Savannah, Hardin Co., TN, and was buried in Savannah Cem.  She married Thomas East on 12 Aug. 1790.  He was born in 1765 in VA, probably Halifax Co., since his father owned land there from 1764 to 1777 (in what later became Henry Co.), and died 4 Oct. 1844 in Waynesboro, TN, probably at the home of his son Joseph, who had moved there soon before 1840 from the Lynnville area.

Thomas and Sarah moved to Giles Co., TN in 1823 or 1824, and settled at old Lynnville (the present site of Lynnville is about five miles from the site of the 1830's), along with many of their children.  Thomas bought 80 acres in Giles Co. in 1826, and he and Sarah lived there in the 1830's near their son Barzley.  Many of their children were members of the Roberson Fork Church of Christ at Linnville, so there is good reason to assume that Thomas and Sarah were members also.

By May of 1849 (after Thomas had died) Sarah was living in McNairy Co. with or near her son Barzley.  On that date she gave him power of attorney to collect a debt owed her from someone in Hardin Co., and gave her place of residence as McNairy Co.  She could not write. In the early 1800's it was not uncommon for the women to be illiterate, since there were few public schools and there was little need for the women to work outside the home.

In the early 1850's Sarah moved to Savannah, TN, in nearby Hardin Co., where she died.  Their children were born in Henry Co., VA.  (R‑85)

Children - East

  702.   William East, b. 29 June 1791.

  703.   Elizabeth East, b. 26 Aug. 1792.

+704.   Joseph East, b. 5 Jan. 1794, m. Mildred Payne, 19 Nov. 1816, d. 12 Nov. 1868.

+705.   John East, b. 8 June 1795, m. Elizabeth Payne, 30 Nov. 1816, d. 11 Oct. 1827.

  706.   Patsy East, b. 26 Jan. 1797.

  707.   Thomas Massey East, b. 2 March 1799, d. by 15 June 1810 (probably in Henry Co., VA).

  708.   Sarah (“Sally”) East, b. 7 Dec. 1800, m. Richard T. Bouldin (#694), 29 Nov. 1817.  See #694 for descendants.

  709.   Susan East, b. 7 May 1802, d. 18 Aug. 1834.

+710.   Maria East, b. 7 Oct. 1803, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Abernathy, d. after 1858.

  711.   Evelyna W. East, b. 18 Jan. 1807, d. after 1858.

+712.   Thomas Martin East, b. 15 June 1810, m. Sarah Jane Alderson, 8 Oct. 1829, d. after 1850.

+713.   Barzley Graves East, b. 15 Dec. 1812, m(1) Nancy Jones, 22 Feb. 1833, m(2) Elizabeth Frances Tanner, 29 Oct. 1861, d. 29 Sept. 1889.

+714.   Edward Wallace East, b. 11 Oct. 1814, m. Wilmirth Matilda Greer, 2 Oct. 1839, d. 29 May 1884.

 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD GRAVES (18) AND LUCY DAVENPORT

Col. John Graves (143) was born 18 Dec. 1757 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 31 (or 10[24]) Oct. 1843 in Fayette Co., KY.  He married Lydia Graves (#122), daughter of Thomas Graves and Isabella Bartlett (his uncle and aunt), on 23 Dec. 1784 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born 2 Oct. 1769 in VA, and died 7 Sept. 1856.  She was recorded on the 1850 census in the household of her son Jefferson in Scott Co., KY.

The consent of her father to the marriage is filed with the marriage bonds of the county.  The pension record of John Graves (Bounty Land Warrant 26 574-160-55) shows that he was born in Louisa Co. Dec. 18, 1757, that he resided for a while in Spotsylvania Co. and later in Orange Co., VA, enlisting in Spotsylvania Co. in 1776.  After his death, on April 8, 1844, his son John applied for his pension to be continued to Lydia, the widow.  Lydia made oath that she was 74 years old on Oct. 2, 1843, and had married John Graves on Dec. 23, 1784, thus proving that she was the daughter of Thomas Graves and Isabella Bartlett.

John stated that he went to KY Dec. 5 or 6, 1786, that his brother, now living 8 miles this side of Cincinnati on the turnpike road, went out the year before and “purchased the place of John and Elijah Craig for my Father; Father, Mother and myself came out with 30 blacks.  My brother who had remained came by water.”[25]

The Bible record of John and Lydia’s children was included in the pension papers, and provided the data for all of the children listed below.  (R‑910)

Children - Graves

  715.   Nancy Graves, b. 5 Aug. 1786, m. George Gorham, 18 Sept. 1808 (Fayette Co., KY), d. 9 April 1878.  George m(1) Sally Graves, her sister.

  716.   Betsy Graves, b. 23 April 1789, m. Joseph Barby, 4 Aug. 1807 (Fayette Co., KY).

  717.   Sally Graves, b. 11 Oct. 1790, m. George Gorham, 2 July 1807 (Fayette Co., KY), probably d. 1807 or 1808.  George m(2) Nancy Graves, her sister.

  718.   William B. Graves, b. 27 April 1792.

+719.   Asa Graves, b. 7 Nov. 1793, m. Mary C. Graves (#326), 15 Dec. 1814, d. 1839.

+720.   Zachariah Graves, b. 11 July 1796, m. Malinda Graves, 12 Sept. 1814.

+721.   John Dillon Graves, b. 22 April 1797, m. Mary Patrick, 12 Jan. 1832, d. 7 June 1855.

  722.   Nicholas Graves, b. 11 July 1799.

  723.   Lysay Graves, b. 11 Dec.  Date of birth is from John’s Bounty Land Warrant; year of birth was illegible.

  724.   Polly Graves, b. 8 May 1801.

+725.   Jefferson Graves, b. 6 Aug. 1803, m(1) Mary Ann C. Graves (#379), 20 Oct. 1823, m(2) Jane Ellen West, m(3) Mary E. Dunn, 23 April 1844, d. 30 March 1880.

 

William B. Graves[26] (146) was born about 1761, and died by 2 May 1825 in Nicholas Co., KY.  He was recorded as “William B. Graves Decd” on a deed dated 2 May 1825 in Nicholas Co. KY.  He married Judith (or Judah) Harrison[27], daughter of Joseph Lovell Harrison and Margaret (“Peggy”) Richardson, on 29 Dec. 1779 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born about 1761, and died about 1836 in Nicholas Co., KY.  (R‑213, R‑297, R‑349)

Children - Graves

+726.   Harrison Graves, b.c. 1781, m(1) Julia ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Elizabeth Mann, 10 April 1836, d. aft. 1860.

+727.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1784, m. Thomas D. Hyatt, 11 Dec. 1811, d. after 1850.

+728.   Joseph Harrison Graves, m. Margaret Louise Selby, 9 March 1834, d.c. 1845.

+729.   John R. Graves, m. Elizabeth Ann Chaney, 20 March 1823.

  730.   Thomas D. Graves

  731.   Malinda R. Graves, m(1) James Wash, m(2) William Devers, c. 1827.

+732.   William B. Graves, b.c. 1795, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Jane ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. aft. 1880.

+733.   Asa Graves, m. Lally ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d.c. 1837.

  734.   Dulcina H. Graves, m. Henry Batterton, 4 July 1820 (Nicholas Co., KY), d. before 1837.  He was son of Samuel Batterton and Lydia ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

 

CHILDREN OF SUSANNAH GRAVES (19) AND WILLIAM PETTUS

Barbara Pettus (148) may have been born about 1752 in Louisa Co., VA.  However, since her parents were supposedly married about 1759, that date for her birth is questionable.  She died in Abbeville Co., SC.  She married John Arnold.  He was born about 1758 in Louisa Co., VA.  They moved to SC.  (R‑476)

Children - Arnold

  735.   William Pettus Arnold

  736.   Mildred (“Milly”) Arnold, b.c. 1786 (Cokesbury, Greenwood Co., SC).

  737.   Hart Pettus Arnold, b.c. 1791 (Spotsylvania Co., VA).

  738.   John Pettus Arnold, b. 1790-1810 (SC).

 

William Pettus (149) was born in 1764 in Louisa Co., VA, and died in Feb. 1813 in KY.  He married Lucy Waters Pettus, daughter of John Pettus and Mary Waters, on 9 Feb. (or 10 April) 1784 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was his first cousin once removed.

His father gave him land in Spotsylvania Co., VA in 1788 (Crozier 1, p. 451) and calls him "of Spotsylvania" in 1792, but he seems to have owned land in Louisa Co., Va. in 1811 (Valentine, p. 1143).  As executor of his father's will, he sold 376 acres in Spotsylvania Co. in 1799 (Crozier 1, p. 509).  In 1808, he followed the Arnolds to Ky.  The names of the following children and their dates are from a Bible record.  (R‑109)

Children - Pettus

  739.   Samuel Overton Pettus, never married.

  740.   James T. Pettus, never married.

  741.   William H. Pettus, b.c. 1793, never married, d. 1828.  Was in the War of 1812.  Lived in Mo. for a short time.

+742.   John Overton Pettus, b.c. 1785, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  743.   Lucy Overton Pettus, b.c. 1789, m. Thornton Strother, 24 Aug. 1816 (Christian Co., KY).

  744.   Anne Overton Pettus, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Mansfield.

  745.   Barbara Overton Pettus, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Bradley.

  746.   Betsy Hardenia Pettus, m. Gabriel Yancey, 7 Dec. 1823 (Todd Co., KY).

  747.   Eliza Pettus, b.c. 1787, d. 1821.

  748.   Louise Pettus, b. 1797, never married.

  749.   Amydiah Pettus, b.c. 1802, m. William Pettus Arnold (#763, her first cousin), 10 Feb. 1831, d. 1892.  See #763 for her descendants.

  750.   Mary Ann Pettus, m. Joseph Robert Pettus Graves, 14 Jan. 1813, d. 18 Dec. 1844.  See #580 for descendants.

 

Susannah Pettus (150) may have been born about 1758 in Louisa Co., VA.  However, since her parents were supposedly born about 1759, that birth date may not be correct.  She died in Abbeville District, SC.  She married John Davenport about 1778 (or 1789) in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born about 1748 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  (R‑477)

Children - Davenport

  751.   Charles Davenport

  752.   Richard Davenport

  753.   Peggy Davenport

  754.   Patsy Davenport

 

Joseph Pettus (151) was born 6 June 1773 in VA, and died 2 Jan. 1853.  He married his first cousin, Lucy Graves (#163), daughter of Rice Graves and Jane Young, on 9 Feb. 1784 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  (These dates don't look correct, since Joseph would have only been 11 years of age in 1784.  The Pettus Family says Lucy was a daughter of Richard Graves (#18), and married in 1796.  Either the 1784 marriage date is wrong or the parentage is wrong.  Although Richard Graves is not known to have had a daughter named Lucy, it is a possibility.)  They moved to Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co., KY in 1804.  Joseph, Lucy, and Nancy were recorded on the 1850 census in Lincoln Co., KY.  (R‑109)

Children - Pettus

+755.   James O. Pettus, m.‑‑‑‑‑‑.

+756.   Richard Pettus, b. 1802, m. Nancy Adams, d. 1837.

  757.   Joseph Pettus

  758.   William H. Pettus

  759.   Virginia Pettus, m. Uriah Dunn (or ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Young).

  760.   Nancy Pettus, b.c. 1810 (VA), m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Hicks (or ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Rice).

  761.   Barbara Pettus, m. Smith Pearl.  (Barbara is said by one source to be a daughter of Dr. William Hart Pettus.)

 

Louisa Maria Pettus (152) was born 15 Sept. 1780 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 12 Sept. 1870 in Shipman, Macoupin Co., IL.  She married Aaron Arnold on 13 Dec. 1803 in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born 24 May 1778 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 16 July 1844 in Trenton, Todd Co., KY.  They went to Christian Co., KY, and later to Illinois because they didn't approve of slavery.  Their first four children were born in Pottsville, Louisa Co., VA and the last three in Todd Co., KY.  Louisa was recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Macoupin Co., IL.  (R‑109, R‑530)

Children - Arnold

+762.   Sarah Hart Arnold, b. 15 Sept. 1804, m. John Hull Randle, 26 May 1825, d. 13 Sept. 1883.

+763.   William Pettus Arnold, b. 20 July 1806, m. Amydiah B. Pettus (#749), 10 Feb. 1831, d. Sept. 1885.

+764.   Maria Susan Arnold, b. 11 June 1808, m. John Graham Randle, 15 Sept. 1836, d. 2 Dec. 1885.

+765.   Lucy Ann Pettus Arnold, b. 2 Aug. 1810, m. George Daugherty Randle, 24 April 1818, d. 3 Dec. 1890.

  766.   George Pettus Arnold, b. 7 April 1813, d. 15 Oct. 1816 (Todd Co., KY).

+767.   Aaron Smith Arnold, b. 3 Aug. 1815, m. Sarah Griffith Reynolds, 20 Nov. 1840, d. 19 July 1884.

  768.   James Edward Arnold, b. 18 March 1818, m. Esther Laurena Hart, 10 Oct. 1852, d. 20 Dec. 1902 (Shipman, IL).  She was b.c. 1831 (Nova Scotia, Canada), d. 31 Dec. 1902 (Shipman, IL).  No children.

 

Overton Hart Pettus (153) married Barbara Cosby in 1795. He died in 1812.  She was born 1786 and died 1860, daughter of Wingfield Cosby and Mary Ann Baker.  (R‑910)

Children - Pettus

  769.   Overton Hart Pettus

  770.   James Garland Pettus

 

James Overton Pettus (154) was born about 1773, and died about 1820 in Abbeville Co., SC.  He married Anna Louise (or Louisa Anna) Shotwell, daughter of Robert Shotwell and Hannah Burdine.  (R‑478, R‑479)

Children - Pettus

+771.   Mary Hart Pettus, b. 27 Feb. 1799, m. Peter Lomax, 1817, d. 28 Sept. 1878.

+772.   Eleanor Pettus, b.c. 1790, m. Edward Lipford, d.c. 1848.

  773.   Lucy Overton Pettus, b. 25 Dec. 1801, m. William Saluda Jones (#1082), 17 Aug. 1821, d. 27 Oct. 1867.  See #1082 for descendants.

 

CHILDREN OF RICE GRAVES (20) AND JANE YOUNG

Capt. John Graves (155) may have been born in 1766, and died in 1843 in Louisa Co., VA.  He left a will there.  He married Mary Ragland, daughter of William Ragland and Agnes ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 24 Aug. 1795 in Louisa Co., VA.  He lived in Ellisville, Louisa Co., VA.  He served in the militia in the Rev. War, and received a pension of $40 per month.

John was the only son of Rice and Jane Graves to remain in Louisa Co.  In his will (Louisa Rec. W.B. 11, p. 33) he leaves to his daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Poindexter, of Christian Co., KY, ... and land gifts to his grandson John Poindexter, Jr. and grandson Richard M. Graves, son of John R., also to Richard a prize "given to me by the Fredericksburg Agricultural Society with a stallion engraved on it, together with my money scales". (In 1936 this prize given to John Graves was in the possession of a descendant, Mr. John Payton McGuire, 1510 Grove Ave., Richmond, VA.)  (R‑910, R‑930)

Children - Graves

+774.   Elizabeth Graves, b. 17 July 1796, m. John Poindexter, 9 Aug. 1815, d. 25 Jan. 1877.

+775.   John Ragland Graves, b.c. 1809, m. Lucy Bolling Smith, 8 Feb. 1830, d. 2 Jan. 1837.

 

Thomas Graves (156) was born Oct. 1763 in Louisa Co., VA, died in May 1847 at the home of F. V. Winfrey in Cumberland Co., KY, and was buried in the family cemetery, Cumberland River, KY below Well’s Island, KY.  F. V. Winfrey is probably Francis H. Winfrey, the husband of his daughter Catherine.  He moved to KY, probably Fayette Co., in 1783.  He first married Mary Chilton, daughter of Thomas Chilton and Ann Bayne Owsley, on 25 Aug. 1785 in Lincoln Co., KY.  She was born about 1765 in Loudon Co., VA, and died about 1842 in Cumberland Co., KY.  Mary Chilton was a half sister of Lydia Ann Williams, who married Thomas’s brother William Graves.

He married second Marley Pleasant (Bowman) Walthall, daughter of Pleasant Bowman and widow of William A. Walthall, on 19 Oct. 1842 in Cumberland Co., KY.  She was born about 1804 in VA, and died after 1860.  There were no children by Thomas's second marriage.  Thomas Graves enlisted in the Revolutionary War in 1780 under Capt. Phillips and Capt. Yancy and served to the end of the war.  See his pension record.

In the following list of children there are two Elizabeths.  It seems unlikely that this is correct.  It is more likely that one of them is not a child of Thomas Graves, or was not named Elizabeth.  (R‑262, R‑910)

Children - Graves, by Mary Chilton

+776.   Richard B. Graves, b.c. 1786, m(1) Sally Thomas, 7 Dec. 1808, m(2) Cynthia Goggins, 14 Sept. 1815, d. Sept. 1836.

+777.   Nancy Graves, b.c. 1788, m(1) Henry Whitesides, m(2) Thomas Dunbar, 3 June 1807, m(3) Richard Perkins, d. 14 March 1848.

+778.   John W. Graves, b.c. 1792, m. Casandra Philpott, c. 1816, d.c. 1848.

+779.   Lydia Graves, b. 29 June 1793, m(1) Thomas Williams, 1 July 1810, m(2) William Kirkpatrick, d. 10 Oct. 1867.

+780.   Jane Graves, b.c. 1793, m. Joseph Coffey, 29 Sept. 1808, d. after 1860.

+781.   Mary Graves, b.c. 1795, m. Durrett Higgins, 20 Aug. 1818, d. aft. 1850.

+782.   Joseph Graves, b. poss. 1795-1800, m. Phereby Thurman, d. 1848.  It is probable that he is not a son of Thomas Graves and Mary Chilton, but he is being entered in this family until further proof eliminates him.

+783.   Thomas Chilton Graves, b. 1 May 1801, m(1) Ann Thomas, c. 1818, m(2) Eliza (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Summers, 24 Aug. 1870, d. 27 March 1885.

+784.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1803, m. Robert Thomas, 1819, d. aft 1860.

+785.   Catherine Graves, b. 16 Sept. 1805, m. Frank Holly Winfrey, c. 1821, d. 3 Feb. 1884.

+786.   Benjamin Walter Graves, b.c. 1811, m. Margaret Embree, 18 (or 19) Jan. 1832, d. 19 July 1853.

  787.   Pinckney Graves, b.c. 1820-25 (KY), m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Williams, aft. 1840.

 

Benjamin Taylor Graves (157) was born about 1765 in Louisa Co., VA, and died about 1846 in Midway, Woodford Co., KY.  He married Sallie Cole of Virginia, daughter of Richard Cole and Ann Hubbard.  She was born about 1765 in VA, and died in 183- in Midway, KY.

Richard Cole (b. 1729, d. 1814) was from Culpeper Co., VA, and was a son of John and Susanna Cole.  In 1782, Richard Cole moved to Woodford Co. and eventually settled at what is now Midway, KY.  Located on the old Frankfort and Lexington Road, he was the proprietor of the Black Horse Tavern.  The tavern was continued by his son, Richard, Jr., and was a stopping place for historical figures of the day such as Henry Clay.  Richard Cole, Jr. was a greatgrandfather of Frank and Jesse James.

Probably all the children of Benjamin and Sallie were born in Woodford Co., KY, or in that part of Fayette Co. which became Woodford in 1788.  (R‑105)

Children - Graves

  788.   Horatio Nelson Graves, b.c. 1780 (VA), d. 1853 (Midway, Woodford Co., KY).

+789.   Richard C. Graves, b. 7 Dec. 1785, m. Nancy Martin, 16 March 1818, d. 11 May 1860.

+790.   William W. Graves, b. 3 Oct. 1787, m. Mary Cloud Graves, June 1815, d. 8 Nov. 1870.

  791.   Betsey Graves, b.c. 1790, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Finley (or Finlay).

  792.   Nancy Graves, b.c. 1794, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Johnson.

  793.   Thomas G. Graves, b.c. 1790-99, d. Cincinnati, OH.

+794.   John C. Graves, b. 14 July 1800, m(1) Susannah McCoy, 19 Aug. 1821, m(2) Amanda Hawkins, 4 March 1866, d. 8 Oct. 1880.

  795.   Mary (“Polly”) Graves, m. Thomas Sims Graves (of Nelson Co., KY, Gen. 94).  See Gen. 94 for the probable descendants of this couple.

 

Elizabeth Graves (158) died 18 May 1807.  According to the Louisa Co., VA marriage records, Elizabeth Tate married Enos Tate on 13 July 1772 in Louisa Co., VA[28], and Elizabeth Graves married Uriah Tate on 12 Oct. 1772 in Louisa Co., VA[29].  They may be the same person, but no definitive proof has been presented.  Uriah Tate was born about 1746 in VA, and died about 1803 in Louisa Co., VA.  According to Louisa Co., VA Deed Book L, pp. 225-227, dated 10 July 1809, John Tate was the executor for Elizabeth Tate.  (R‑188, R‑551)

Children - Tate, by Uriah Tate

  796.   Agnes Tate, b.c. 1775, m(1) Joseph E. Warren, m(2) Benjamin Bibb, 3 Aug. 1790 (Louisa Co., VA), d. 27 March 1867 (Louisa Co., VA).  Other sources indicated that she married Samuel Finley, or that she did not marry.

+797.   Benjamin Tate, b.c. 1781 (Louisa Co., VA), m. Mary Sims (or Syms), 29 Dec. 1807.

 

Richard Graves (159) died by 10 July 1809 according to Louisa Co., VA Deed Book L, pp. 225-227.  He married Sarah ("Sally") Arnett, daughter of James Arnett and Susannah McGehee, on 20 Nov. 1780 in Louisa Co., VA.  She died by 1811.  They moved to Bourbon Co., KY.  (R‑910)

Children - Graves

+798.   David Arnett Graves, b. 9 Sept. 1781, m. Susan Breckenridge, 1 Sept. 1806, d. 6 June 1821.

  799.   Robert Graves, never married, d. 1815.

  800.   Rice Graves, never married, d. 1813.

  801.   Thomas W. Graves, m. Mary Ann ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  802.   John G. Graves, b. aft. 1790, m. Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  Moved to Bourbon Co., KY.

  803.   Sarah ("Sally") Graves, b. aft. 1790, m. Charles Seavers.  Moved to Cape Girardeau, MO.

  804.   Mary ("Polly") Graves, b. aft. 1790, m(1) Levi Wolveston, 3 May 1819 (Bourbon Co., KY), m(2) Frederick T. Overfield, 23 March 1823 (Bourbon Co., KY).  Moved to Washington Co., KY.

 

Mary ("Molly") Graves (161) was born about 1765 in VA, and died before 1 Aug. 1791, probably in Louisa Co., VA.  She married William Arnett, son of James G. Arnett and Susannah McGehee, on 11 (or 27) Dec. 1781 in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born about 1760 in Louisa Co., VA, and died about 1820 in Franklin Co., TN.  (R‑40, R‑188)

Children - Arnett

+805.   James G. Arnett, b.c. 1782, m. Mary Ann Emily Robinson, 13 Dec. 1803, d. by 10 Oct. 1825.

+806.   Thomas Arnett, b. 1 Sept. 1785, m. Matilda E. Cole, 14 Dec. 1807, d. 11 Feb. 1824.

  807.   William Arnett

+808.   Susan Arnett, m. John Long.

 

William Graves (162) was born 29 (or 30) Jan. 1768 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 13 Dec. 1852[30] at Preacherville, Garrard Co., KY, near Crab Orchard, KY.  He married Lydia Ann Williams on 30 April 1793 (or 2 May 1793) in Louisa Co., VA[31].  Her father was the bondsman.  She was a daughter of John Williams of Lincoln Co., KY and Ann Bayne Owsley (the widow of George Chilton).  Lydia was a half sister of Mary Chilton, who married Thomas Graves, brother of William Graves.  Lydia died 17 June 1815 at Preacherville, KY, and was buried in the Old Drakes Camp Creek Churchyard Cem. there (tombstone listing published by Mrs. M. H. Dunn, Stanford, KY).  William was buried there in 1852 beside her.

William Graves wrote a will dated 31 Sept. 1827, dividing his property among five children.  The will follows:

I, William Graves of sound mind and disposing memory and though in good health yet concern of the uncertainty of life revoking all others do make this my last Will and Testament.

Item 1st: I have given to my eldest son John Graves one negro boy named Peter, one negro boy named Herod and one negro girl named Emily the three worth one thousand and seventy dollars and I have given to him four hundred dollars in money one hundred and seventy five dollars one bed, furniture, and some articles of property worth one hundred and twenty five dollars, amounting in all to 1670 dollars.

Item 2nd: I have given to my son William Jordan Graves one negro boy named Jason, one negro girl named Charity, and another boy named Peter, the three worth one thousand dollars, and I have given to him two hundred and seventy dollars in money paid for by education and books and money advanced him before and after he left me, together with two horses, one bed and furniture and some other articles of property worth two hundred dollars, making in all fourteen hundred and seventy dollars, $1470.

Item 3rd: I have given to my daughter Nancy Procter one negro boy named London, one negro boy named Reubin, and one negro girl named Milly, the three worth one thousand dollars, and I have given her two hundred and fifty dollars in money, two horses, one bed and furniture, some other articles of property worth two hundred dollars, making in all $1450.

Item 4th: I have given to my daughter Jane King one negro boy named Columbus, one negro girl named Gracey, and one negro girl named -----, the three worth one thousand dollars, and I have given to her two hundred and fifty dollars, two horses, one bed and furniture, and some other articles of property worth two hundred dollars, making in all $1450.

Item 5th: I have given to my daughter Mary Ann Graves one negro boy named Jackson, one negro girl named Syden, and another negro girl named Easter, the three worth one thousand dollars, $1000.

The above property and money given to my above mentioned three daughters to be possessed and held by them during their living and at their death to give to the heirs of their bodies.

It is further my will that after my son William J. Graves and three daughters above mentioned and made equal (in money or property as they may choose) to my son John Graves that the residue of my estate be equally divided between my five mentioned children leaving a sufficient amount of my undivided estate in the hands of my sons John Graves and William J. Graves whom I hereby constitute and appoint my executors to pay all my debts and other proper charges against my estate together with sufficient amount to support my four old negros Keaney, Judah, Rosey, and Salley, who are to be owned and held by my afsd. executors without ----- ---- anything to my estate for their value.

And it is my special request and desire that my undivided estate be divided properly amongst my heirs without any lawsuits or expense and that my negros be not sold at the division to any other person than some of my children.

Given under my hand and seal this the 31st day of Sept., 1827. Signed & sealed in the presence of: William Graves (seal)

Thomas J. Chilton

Daniel Owsley

A CODICIL

June 1831: In addition to what I mentioned as having given my daughter Mary Ann Mullins in my foregoing will, I have given her two hundred and fifty dollars in money and two hundred dollars from my estate, in all fourteen hundred and fifty dollars, an amount equal to that my other daughters have each received, and now by the way of codicil to my foregoing will I hereby state that to my desire that in the event of the death of either of my said children that their representatives shall receive his or her distributive share of my estate. 28 June 1831. State of Kentucky, Garrard County

I, William B. Mason, clerk of the Garrard County Court, do certify that the foregoing last Will and Testament of William Graves deceased was produced to Court at the January County Court, 1853.  John Owsley, being sworn, testified that Thomas J. Chilton and Daniel Owsley the two subscribed witnesses to said will both departed this life and that the signature of said Daniel Owsley was in his own proper handwriting approved and ordered to be recorded.

Thereupon the same together with the certificate hath been duly admitted to record in my office.

Given under my hand this 3rd day of January 1853.

                                                        William B. Mason, Clerk

                                                        Garrard County

Nancy Proctor, Mary Ann and Williamson Mullins are buried in the old Drakes Camp Creek Churchyard.  What happened to the old church is lost at present in antiquity, but a new church was built on the road.  This church burned and a modern church building was built in 1950.  It is known today as Drakes Creek Baptist Church.

On a trace going north from Crab Orchard, KY was the site of Lewis Craig's church located on Gilbert's Creek in 1781.  This is said to be the first church in KY.  The site is now in Garrard Co.  On this trace is a village called Preacherville, which has the distinction of being the only town of that name in the U.S.  This section of KY was the destination of many preachers who visited the territory in pioneer days.  Lewis Craig's people were what was known as "The Traveling Church".  His entire congregation in Virginia moved with him to Kentucky.  (R‑21, R‑114)

Children - Graves

+809.   John Graves, b. 29 Jan. 1795, m(1) Matilda Copeland, 1 March 1819, m(2) Fanny ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 24 June 1877.

+810.   Ann Graves, b. 17 July 1797, m. George Proctor, 11 Aug. 1825, d. 12 April 1840.

+811.   William Jourdan Graves, b. 8 July 1804, m. Emily Henderson, July 1825, d. 27 Sept. 1848.

+812.   Jane Young Graves, b. 1 April 1806, m. Adrial M. King, 6 (or 21) Sept. 1824, d. aft. 1860.

+813.   Mary Ann Graves, b. 10 March 1810, m. Williamson G. Mullins, d. 10 Sept. 1856.

 

CHILDREN OF DAVID GRAVES (21) AND AGNES HOLLOWAY

Edmund Graves (166) was born about 1762 in Surry Co., NC, and died 12 July 1834 in Shelby Co., KY.  In 1785, Edmund moved with his father to Shelby Co., where he lived until his death.  He was married twice.  He first married Nancy (or Jane) ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  In The Kentucky Gazette, Vol. X, No. 491, dated 25 Jan. 1797 was the following article:  “Whereas my wife Nancy Graves, has eloped from my bed and board without just cause, this is therefore to forwarn all persons from crediting her on my account, as I am determined to pay no debts of her contracting.  Signed Emund Graves”.  He married second widow Judith (or Judah) Holloway on 21 Aug. 1823 in Shelby Co., KY.

According to family legend, Edmund was known as Roman, his mother's name was Pendleton, and he was a descendant of one of three Graves brothers who came to Virginia from England in the 1600's.

Edmund is listed in the first tax list of Shelby Co., KY.  Jane (apparently Edmund's first wife) and Edmund Graves with their two children, Betsy and John, are listed in 1811 with 19 charter members of the Salem (Beech Creek) Baptist Church, which is near Mt. Eden, Ky.

Edmund served as a private with the North Carolina troops in the Rev. War.  He was drafted for two 6-month terms and volunteered for two 3-month terms.  He fought in an engagement against the British near Charleston, S.C., and was in the battles of Camden, Cowan's Ford, and Guilford Court House in N.C.  This was between the years of 1779 and 1781.

One of Edmund's daughters, Susan Ferguson, applied for his pension for him in New Castle, KY in 1834, application executed May 10, 1834.  In order to qualify, she stated that "he was born in 1762 in Surry Co., N.C., and was residing there when he entered the service in March 1779 under the command of Capt Scott, who was attached to Col. Cleveland's Regiment.  By order of General Nash, they marched to join General Lincoln in S.C."  He further stated that he lived in Surry until he came to Shelby Co., KY in 1785.

At the time Susan made application for his pension, they applied to a lawyer, William I. (or J.) Graves of New Castle, KY. (relationship not known).  The daughter stated that Edmund had married twice and had spent nearly all his property, and to add to this, the second Mrs. Graves had not used her influence to contribute to the wishes of the Fergusons.  Susan further said that Edmund was not in his right mind at the time of the application. From the Pensioners List, Edmund Graves, Private, N.C. Line, was paid $42.00, 27 May 1834, at which time he was listed as 72 years old.  Apparently, Edmund died shortly after this, as in July 1834, the Court House Records of Shelby Co., KY, reveal that the estate of Edmund Graves was ordered to be settled.  It lists his widow as Judith Graves (Edmund's second wife), and heirs as David Graves, Richard Graves, William H. Graves, William Ferguson, Joshua Jennings, William Figg, John Graves, and Ben Figg.

There is no will on record, but there is a division of land and settlement of personal property (mentioned above), and a division of slaves and release of the dower right of Judith Graves.

The division of slaves is interesting because the slaves were monetarily valued, then lots were drawn by the heirs and the money was adjusted accordingly. Daughters names were not mentioned but the names of sons-in-law were listed.  The widow, Judith Graves, sold her dower right of the slaves to the heirs, which would bind them to pay to her the legal interest annually on the one-third part of the value of said slaves.  (R‑70, R‑72, R‑301)

Children - Graves, by 1st wife

+814.   John William Graves, b.c. 1783, m. Jane Chapman, 9 (or 14) March 1809, d.c. 1884.

+815.   David Graves, b.c. 1793, m. Nancy Ann Holland, 17 (or 19) Oct. 1815, d. aft. 1850.

+816.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1794, m. William Figg, 19 Feb. 1816, d. aft. 1860.

+817.   Mary Graves, b.c. 1798, m. Benjamin Figg, 15 May 1815, d. bet. 1860-1870.

+818.   Richard Graves, b. 3 March 1800, m. Nancy Holloway, 31 Jan. 1826, d. by March 1867.

+819.   Susan Graves, b.c. 1801, m. William Ferguson, 7 Oct. 1822.

+820.   Tabitha Graves, b. 3 Oct. 1805, m. Joshua Jennings, 25 March 1830, d. 31 Jan. 1908.

+821.   William Harrison Graves, b.c. 1812, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Susannah Payne, 18 July 1844, d. 19 June 1888.

 

Elizabeth ("Betsy") Graves (168) was born about 1775 or 1776 in KY, and died 10 June 1846 in Claiborne Parish, LA.  She married John Leatherman, son of Christian Leatherman[32] and Julianna ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 3 (or 8) Feb. 1797 in Shelby Co., KY.  Permission for the marriage was granted by David Graves, her father.  John was born about 1777 in Washington Co., PA, and died 22 Aug. 1857 in Athens, Claiborne Parish, LA.  The will of Christian Leatherman was probated 6 Sept. 1786 in Shelby Co., KY, and named eldest son John and others, plus an unborn child.  He served in the War of 1812 as a private from Wilkinson Co., MS.  He received land for that service in Claiborne Parish, LA.  They had at least 9 children.  (R‑10, R‑72, R‑76, R‑148, R‑173, R‑301, R‑910)

Children - Leatherman

  822.   Theresa Leatherman, b.c. 1798, m. possibly ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Berry.

+823.   Elizabeth Leatherman, b. Dec. 1797, m. John Sharp, 14 Dec. 1813, d.c. 1881.

+824.   Samuel Gibbs Leatherman, b. 18 April 1799, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Helen Lois Koonce, 10 Aug. 1829, m(3) Mrs. Sidney Pricilla (‑‑‑‑‑‑) (Parker) Strickland, 14 Sept. 1879, d. 3 March 1888.

+825.   David B. Leatherman, b.c. 1801, m. Caroline Elizabeth Cargill, c. 1826, d.c. 1835.

+826.   Graves Leatherman, b.c. 1804, m. Mary Sawyer, 12 Jan. 1832, d. aft. 1850.

+827.   Delilah Leatherman, b.c. 1806, m. Derostus Beverly Cargill, 7 March 1822, d. 1838-1841.

+828.   Lucinda Leatherman, b.c. 1809, m. Osborne Cargill, c. 1824, d. Nov. 1884.

+829.   Daniel Leatherman, b. 10 March 1811, m. Rebecca C. Byas, 17 Jan. 1837, d. March 1853.

  830.   Peter Leatherman

+831.   John Thomas Leatherman, b. 13 Jan. 1816, m. Mary Jane Hadden, 30 March 1843, d. 20 Sept. 1901.

  832.   Sarah Leatherman, b.c. 1816.

 

Richard ("Dickey") Graves (169) was born about 1768[33] in Surry Co., NC, and died 13 Sept. 1847 in Howard Co., MO[34].  He married Nellie (or Nelly) Tilley, daughter of Lazarus Tilley, on 26 (or 20 or 10) Dec. 1797 in Shelby Co., KY.  She was born about 1780 in KY, and died after 1860, probably in Howard Co., MO.

There was some belief that Richard was a son of Edmund Graves (b. 1762), but this seems very unlikely, considering that Edmund would have been only about 14 years old when Richard was born.  It was also stated that Edmund gave his consent for Richard's marriage.  It appears that both these statements are referring to Richard's nephew who was also named Richard, and who married Nancy Holloway.

Richard was in Shelby Co., KY by 1800, and was listed in both the 1810 and 1820 censuses.  In 1820 the listing is: males, 1(0-10), 1(16-25), 1(45+); females, 1(0-10), 2(10-15), 1(26-44).

In 1818, Richard sold 51 acres on Guist, and in 1819 and 1820 bought property on Beech.  The family moved to Missouri in 1824.  Richard left a will in Howard Co., MO naming heirs: wife Nelly Tilley Graves, and the nine children listed below.  The first 8 children were born in Shelby Co., KY, and the last one in Howard Co., MO.  (R‑70, R‑301)

Children - Graves

+833.   David P. Graves, b. 7 Sept. 1799 (or 1800), m. Phoebe Mahurin, 26 April 1821, d. 8 Oct. 1880.

+834.   Susanna Graves, b. 25 Sept. 1801, m(1) Edmund Tilley, 23 (or 27) April 1821, m(2) John B. Ware, 16 June 1823, d. 9 Aug. 1850.

+835.   Mary Anna Graves, b. 30 June 1809, m. Abraham Enyart, 26 March 1826, d. 28 May 1894.

+836.   Charlotte Graves, b.c. 1810, m. Silas Enyart, 3 July 1828, d. aft. 1870.

+837.   James Simpson Graves, b.c. 1813, m. Susanna Blakely, 2 Sept. 1834, d. Dec. 1867.

  838.   Elizabeth J. Graves, b.c. 1820, m. John B. Ware, 26 March 1857 (Howard Co., MO).

+839.   Richard T. Willis Graves, b. 11 May 1821, m(1) George Ann Nichols, 17 July 1852, m(2) Louisa Ruark, 29 June 1854, d. 22 Aug. 1887.

+840.   John Bluford Graves, b. 29 May 1824, m. Elizabeth Robb, 16 Aug. 1849, d. 7 Dec. 1896.

+841.   Nellie Elvina Graves, b.c. 1830, m. Francis Travis Magruder, 13 Nov. 1845, d. Sept. 1897.

 

Susannah ("Suky") Graves (170) was born about 10 May 1780[35] in NC, died 19 Sept. 1851, and was buried in Cloverdale Cem., Cloverdale, Putnam Co., IN.  She married Thomas E. Martin on 22 (or 28) Aug. 1801 in Shelby Co., KY.  He was born about 1774-79 in NC, died about 1837, and was also buried in Cloverdale Cem.

They moved to Indiana, Owen or Putnam Co., about 1827, probably from Breckinridge Co., KY, or another nearby county.  They moved with the Sinclair family; two Martin daughters married two Sinclair sons in Putnam Co., IN.  Thomas was postmaster of Cloverdale, Putnam Co., IN.  He is said to have fought under Gen. Harrison, 1810-12.  (R‑193, R‑301, R‑457)

Children - Martin

+842.   Sarah Martin, b. 21 Aug. 1802, m. John Patterson Sinclair, c. 1820, d. 12 Oct. 1853.

+843.   Agnes Martin, b.c. 1805, m. John S. Taber, 22 April 1821, d.c. 1839.

+844.   America Lawson Martin, b. 17 March 1807, m. Isaac Patterson Sinclair, 17 Aug. 1826, d. 9 Dec. 1878.

+845.   David Graves Martin, b. 9 May 1810, m(1) Elizabeth Tabor, 18 Sept. 1828, m(2) Emily Jane (Parks) Griffin, 12 Dec. 1852, d. 30 Oct. 1885.

+846.   Owen Harrison Martin, b. 17 Feb. 1812, m. Margaret Jane Ross, 10 Oct. 1837, d. 17 Jan. 1892.

+847.   Nancy Martin, b. 17 July 1814, m. John Gillaspy, 27 Jan. 1833, d. bef. 1850.

  848.   Ellen (“Nellie”) Martin, b.c. 1815, m. Pleasant Hubbard, 15 July 1838, d. aft. 1850.

+849.   Lewis Monroe Martin, b. 22 June 1818, m. Mary Abby Ross, 10 Dec. 1840, d. 1888.

  850.   Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Ann Martin, b.c. 1819, m. Jonathan Forgy Duckworth, 17 April 1851 (Putnam Co., IN), d. bet. 1851-1858.  He m. Caroline M. Cooper, 28 Jan. 1858 (Gibson Co., IN).

  851.   Thomas Irvin Martin, b.c. 1825, d. 28 Aug. 1854.

 

Samuel Graves (171) was born 10 July 1791, died 7 March 1840, and was buried in Salem Baptist Church Cem., Shelby Co., KY.  He married Priscilla Hedden (or Heddon) on 11 Jan. 1813 (or 8 Jan. 1814) in Shelby Co., KY.

In the 1820 census for Shelby Co., KY his age is listed as 26-44.  The rest of the family is listed: males, 3(0-10), 1(16-18), 1(16-25); females, 2(10-16), 1(26-44).  Considering the age of the older males in the family, Samuel might have had some of his younger brothers with him at that time.

The 1830 Shelby Co., Ky. census shows Samuel as 30-40 years, and the others as: males, 2 males, 0-5, 2 males, 5-10, 2 males, 10-15, 1 male, 15-20; 2 females, 10-15, 1 female, 30-40.

Samuel bought land, as recorded in the grantor records of Shelby Co., from 1824 to 1840, on Jephta, Beech, 6 mile, and Guist.  He was living most of the time in the same area as the rest of the Graves family.  He also witnessed the release of Judith Graves' (widow of Edmund Graves) dower right in 1834.

Samuel died in March 1840 and the 1840 Shelby Co. census listed Priscilla, age 40-50, as head of the household.  There were still six children at home: 1 male, 10-15, 2 males, 15-20, 2 males, 20-30; 1 female, 20-30.

By 1850, Priscilla had moved to Spencer Co., KY.  She was 62 years of age, and with her were three sons and a grandson: Edmund, age 33, David S., age 24, Thomas W., age 23, and William Clayton (grandson), age 10.

Samuel's will was written in 1834 and mentions Edmund as his oldest son, Jacob, Francis Clayton (daughter), and Elizabeth Stearn (daughter), as his children of age. Samuel probably had 7 sons and 4 daughters.  The approximate dates of birth are from the I.G.I.  (R‑70)

Children - Graves

+852.   Edmund Henry Graves, b. 1 Jan. 1815, m. Martha Hedden, 26 Aug. (or 5 Sept.) 1850, d. 17 Aug. 1887.

  853.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1818-20, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Stearn.

+854.   Francis (or Frances) Graves, b.c. 1819, m. Isaac Clayton, 20 Oct. 1836, d. bet. 1840-1847.

+855.   Jacob Perry Graves, b. 11 Feb. 1819, m. Anna Pelina Gatewood, 19 Jan. 1846, d. 22 Aug. 1892.

+856.   William Edward Graves, b. 10 Oct. 1823, m. Edna Frances Saunders, 19 March 1846, d. 22 April 1879.

  857.   David S. Graves, b.c. 1824-26.

  858.   Thomas W. Graves, b.c. 1826-28.

 

A daughter (173) married William Connelly (or Connally).  (R‑910)

Children - Connelly

  859.   Agnes Connelly, m. James Archer, 22 April 1809.

 

CHILDREN OF ROSANNA GRAVES (23) AND JOHN SPENCER

Anna Spencer (187) was born about 1770 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died in 1848 in Moorman’s River, Albemarle Co., VA.  She married Thomas Maupin on 10 June 1784 in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was born about 1769 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died before Feb. 1834.  Their children were born in Albemarle Co., VA.  (R‑527, R‑902)

Children - Maupin

+860.   John R. Maupin, b.c. 1785, m. Rosannah Maupin, 9 Nov. 1812, d. aft. 1860.

+861.   Thomas G. Maupin, b.c. 1788, m. Nancy O. Harris, 13 April 1815, d. 17 Jan. 1878.

+862.   Martha Maria Maupin, b.c. 1790, m. William Turner Wood, 17 Dec. 1827, d. 1850.

+863.   Nancy R. Maupin, b.c. 1793, m. William C. Via, 14 Dec. 1818, d. aft. 1850.

+864.   Joel Rice Maupin, b. 5 May 1795, m. Martha Gentry, 18 Dec. 1827, d. 12 Aug. 1876.

  865.   David Maupin

+866.   Clifton Maupin, b.c. 1800, m. Elizabeth Maupin, 17 Sept. 1828, d. aft. 1860.

  867.   Mary L. (“Polly”) Maupin, b.c. 1801, m. John Clarke, 18 Nov. 1833 (Albemarle Co., VA).  He was the son of Thomas Clarke.

+868.   Rosannah G. Maupin, b.c. 1805, m. Isaac Wood, 3 March 1828, d. aft. 1860.

+869.   Arthur N. T. Maupin, b. 30 June 1811, m. Mary Virginia Harris, 17 Dec. 1836, d. 27 April 1880.

 

John Spencer (182) was born about 1763 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died 22 July 1820 in Greenbrier, VA.  He married Mary Humphrey (or Humphreys or Humphries) on 4 Nov. 1785 in Albemarle Co., VA.  She was born about 1753 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died after 1820.  (R‑252)

Children - Spencer

  870.   Mary Spencer, b.c. 1789.

  871.   Skelton (or Shelton) Spencer, b.c. 1790, m. Nancy Williams, 17 April 1810 (Greenbrier Co., VA).

+872.   Rachel Spencer, b.c. 1792, m. William Humphreys, 16 July 1807, d. aft. 1850.

  873.   Polly Spencer, b.c. 1792.

  874.   John Spencer, b.c. 1800, d. bef. May 1827.

 

Rosanna Spencer (189) was born about 1779 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died between 1811 and 1813.  She married Thomas Chapman Naylor, son of George Naylor and Susannah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 16 Jan. 1799 in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was born about 1773 in Prince Georges Co., MD, and died 31 Jan. 1860 in Albemarle Co., VA.  Their children were born in Albemarle Co., VA.  Thomas married second Jane Walton on 4 Jan. (or Feb) 1814[36].  (R‑60, R‑528)

Children - Naylor

  875.   Elizabeth Naylor, b.c. 1799, m. Asa Storms, 20 Nov. 1822 (Garrard Co., KY).

+876.   Sarah A. Naylor, b. 20 May 1802, m. Jordan Davidson, 28 May 1827, d. 26 Oct. 1874.

+877.   Mildred Naylor, b.c. 1803, m(1) Robert Fowler, 10 April 1823, m(2) George A. Turner, 13 Oct. 1833, d. 1883.

+878.   Susanna Naylor, b.c. 1805, m. Matthew Pate Walton, 27 Aug. 1826, d. aft. 1850.

+879.   Rosannah Naylor, b. 10 Oct. 1807, m. Jesse Davidson, 3 May 1831, d. 26 July 1897.

  880.   Polly Naylor, b.c. 1811, d. bef. 7 Aug. 1856.

 

Mary (“Polly”) Graves Spencer (190) was born 25 Dec. 1779 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died 23 July 1868 in Bedford Co., VA.  She married Chapman White Maupin on 26 Dec. 1805 in Albemarle Co., VA[37].  He was born 4 July 1777 and died 27 Aug. 1861, both in Albemarle Co., VA.  They were recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Albemarle Co., VA; their children were born in VA.  (R‑531)

Children - Maupin

+881.   Socrates Maupin, b. 26 Nov. 1808, m. Sarah Traver Hay Washington, 14 Dec. 1837, d. 19 Oct. 1871.

+882.   Chapman C. Maupin, b.c. 1810, m. Sarah Mildred Jarman, 8 Jan. 1838, d. bet. 1860-1870.

+883.   Addison Maupin, b.c. 1813, m. Lucy T. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. aft. 1870.

+884.   Logan W. Maupin, b.c. 1815, m. Helen ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1848, d. aft. 1850.

+885.   William A. Maupin, b.c. 1818, m. Jane A. Smith, 28 Oct. 1843, d. bef. 1850.

  886.   Mildred Maupin, b.c. 1826.

 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT GRAVES (24)

Lewis Graves (193) was born 17 July 1760 in Spotsylvania Co., VA (according to his Revolutionary War pension application R4207), and died in 1839 in Newton Co., GA (pension application statement by grandson John Sholars). The records cited in the following paragraphs show that he lived in Chesterfield Co. (Cheraw District), SC and Anson Co., NC before enlisting in 1776.  He apparently lived in Wilkes Co. and Washington Co., GA about 1782-1786, was in Anson Co., NC, 1786-1791, and was in Washington Co. (later Hancock Co.), GA, 1791-1809.  He moved to Jasper Co., GA in 1809, and to Newton Co., GA in 1823.  There is a Lewis Graves recorded on the 1790 and 1800 censuses in Laurens Co., SC, the 1820 census in Monticello, Jasper Co., GA, and the 1830 census in Newton Co., GA.  In 1830, one male and one female ages 70-79 were recorded in this household.

He married Ann (or Amy) Worthen (or Worthy or Worthington) in 1781, about the close of the Rev. War.  A wife Amy signed a Hancock Co. deed in 1808.  Since Lewis was closely associated with a William and Richard Worthan in NC, and later in GA, the last name of his wife may have been Worthan.  The 1800 NC census shows the surnames Worthy, Worthington, Wortham (the most common form), and Wartham, but no Worthan, Worthen, or other similar spellings.  The 1805 Georgia Land Lottery listing shows surnames spelled Wortham, Worthen (including a Richard and William in Washington Co., GA), Worthey, and Worthy.

Lewis entered Revolutionary War service in 1776, while a resident of Chesterfield Co. (Cheraw District), SC (pension app.).  He lived very close to the state line (pension app. of Richard Graves).  He enlisted for a tour of duty in 1781 from Wake Co., NC, and moved to Georgia one year after the war (pension app.).

He was in Wilkes Co., GA in 1785 (Land Grant FFF, p. 444, 100 acres, Early Records of Georgia, by Davidson, vol. 2, p. 65; 1 poll, 100 acres, Ledbetter's district). He was in Washington Co., GA in 1786.  He returned to Anson Co., NC in 1786 (Anson Co. adjoins Chesterfield Co., SC).  Deeds in Anson Co. show that Lewis Graves was there from 1786 to 1791.

Anson Co. Deed Book H, p. 38:  William Worthan sells 200 acres to Lewis Graves.  Both are listed as of Washington Co., GA.  The land was located on Taltons Creek, off Thompson Creek.  William had purchased the land from Richard Worthan in 1784.  The deed was witnessed by Richard and John Graves, as shown in the copy below.

William Worthan to Lewis Graves:  This indenture made the 15th day of October in the year of our Lord 1786 between William Worthan of the County of Washington and State of Georgia, planter, the one part and Lewis Graves of the same place, planter, of the other part. Witnesseth that the said William Worthan for and in consideration of the sum of thirty(?) pounds sterling to him in hand paid by the said Graves before the ensealing and delivery hereof the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and hath granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents doth firmly and absolutely grant, bargain, sell -----(?) convey and confirm unto one said Lewis Graves all that parcel of land containing two hundred acres of land granted to Blundrel (?) Curtis by patent dated 29th day of March in the 4th year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord 1780, and conveyed by Blundrel Curtis to Richard Worthan by a deed dated the --th (?) day of May 1784 and conveyed by said Richard Worthan to said William Worthan living and being in the County of Anson and State of No. Carolina, southwest waters of Pee Dee, Taltons Creek waters of Thompsons Creek, beginning at a hickory in Benjamin Hixson's(?) line among 4 pointers and runs with this line ‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑‑(?) and 70 ----(?) crossing the creek to his corner then the same course with Talton, Cammels ----(?) 4 chains to a stake among three white oaks then to ‑‑‑‑‑‑‑(?) chains crossing the ‑‑‑‑(?) to a stake among three pines then north 65 west 60 chains and 70 links to a corner, then south 25 west 33 chains to a corner in said Jackson's line, a direct course to the beginning. The right and title of said land by divers conveyance is now become vested (?) in the said Graves to have and to hold the above two hundred acres with the privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging to the said Lewis Graves, his heirs, and assigns to the only proper use and benefit of him the said Lewis Graves, his heirs, and assigns forever and lastly the said William Worthan for himself, his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns doth covenant and agree to and with the said Lewis Graves, his heirs, and assigns to warrant and defend the above mentioned land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Lewis Graves, his heirs, and assigns forever. In witness whereof the said W. Worthan hath ----- (?) set his hand and seal this 6th day of October in the year of our Lord 1786, and in the tenth year of American Independence the above written.  Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of

Richard (x) Graves

John (x) Graves                               William Worthan   (seal)

Anson County April Court 1787

Then this deed was proved in open court by Richard Graves and ordered to be registered.

                                                                                Michael Auld, clerk

Anson Co. Deed Book B-2:  Lewis Graves of Anson Co. purchased 60 acres from Malcolm Campbell.  Land on Thompson's Creek and the state line.  June 14, 1788.

Anson Co. Deed Book B-2, p. 245:  Lewis Graves sells the 200 acres to Richard Graves, March 22, 1790.  A copy of this deed follows.

Lewis Graves to Richard Graves:  This indenture made this twenty-second day of March in the year of our Lord on thousand seven hundred and ninety between Lewis Graves of the County of Anson and State of North Carolina, planter, of the one part and Richard Graves of South Carolina in the County of Chesterfield of other part, witnesseth that the the said Lewis Graves for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and seventy-five pounds current money of North Carolina to him in hand paid by the said Richard Graves before the ensealing and delivery hereof the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents doth firmly and absolutely grant, bargain, sell alien eneoff(?) convey and confirm unto the said Richard Graves a certain piece or parces of land containing two hundred acres lying and being in the County of Anson aforesaid on Taltons Creek, a branch of Thompsons Creek, beginning at a hickory on Benjamin Jackson's line amongst four pointers and runs with his line south 65 east 54 chains and 70 links, crossing the creek to his corner post oak, then the same courses with Cammel's line 4 chains to a stake amongst three pointers then south 65 west 60 chains and 70 links to a corner, then south 25 west 33 chains to a corner of the said Jackson's line, then a direct course to the beginning. The rights and titles of the said land by divers conveyances now become vested in the said Richard Graves to have and to hold the above said two hundred acres of land with the priviledges and appurtenances and thereto belonging to the said Richard Graves, to his heirs, and assigns to the only proper use, benefit, and behoof of him the said Richard Graves, his heirs, and assigns forever and lastly the said Lewis Graves for himself, his heirs, and executors and administrators doth covenant and agree to and with the said Richard Graves, his heirs, and assigns to warrant and defend the above mentioned land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Richard Graves, his heirs, and assigns forever, in witness whereof the said Lewis Graves hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written and in the fourteenth year of our independence. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us:                                         Lewis (L) Graves  (seal)

--st William Rushing

--ah Rushing                                                Anson County April Court 1790

This deed was duly proved in open court by William Rushing and ordered to be registered.  John Auld, clerk.

 

Anson Co. Deed Book C-2, p. 98:  Lewis Graves of Anson Co. sells the 60 acres to Stephen Jackson of Chesterfield, 23 March 1791.

Lewis Graves returned to Washington Co., GA in 1791 to the section which became Hancock Co.  Hancock Co. Deed Book I, p. 298:  Benjamin Upton sells 550 acres of land in Washington Co. to Lewis Graves, land on ridge between Little and Great Ogeechee Rivers adjoining Richard Worthan.  Lewis Graves was on the militia list for Washington Co., Ga., 1793 (GA Dept. of Archives and History), the 1795 Hancock Co. tax list (They Were There), and on the microfilmed 1796 tax roll, Capt. McDowls Dist., 1 poll, 490 acres adjoining R. Worthen, waters of the Ogeechee.

Lewis was in the 1804 tax list for Hancock Co., GA, Capt. Dixon's District, 1 poll, 490 acres adjoining Duckworth, waters of the Ogeechee.  John and Samuel Graves also appear in this district.  Lewis drew blanks in the 1805 and 1807 Land Lottery in Hancock Co., GA.

Hancock Co. Court Minutes:  2 June 1795, Lewis Graves, juror; 1 June 1797, appointed road commissioner; 2 June 1797, appointed election commissioner; 1 June 1798, election to be held at home of Lewis Graves in Capt. Elijah Worthen's District.

Hancock Co. Deed Book H, p. 363:  Lewis Graves was named codefendant with John Graves, 21 April 1805.  Suit was for debt, and 109 acres of land owned by John Graves was auctioned to satisfy the debt.

Hancock Co. Deed Book R, p. 41:  Lewis Graves sells 390 acres to Jacob Duckworth, land located between Little and Great Ogeechee, 10 Nov. 1808.  Signed by Lewis (x) Graves and Amy (x) Graves.

Lewis Graves moved to Jasper Co., GA in 1809.  Jasper Co. Deed Book I, p. 322:  Lewis Graves purchased from Thomas Davis lot 83, 16th District, Jan. 14, 1809.  He was in the 1820 census for Jasper Co.

He moved to Newton Co., GA in 1823, as shown by the following deeds.  He was also in the 1830 census for Newton Co.  Newton Co. Deed Book A, p. 270:  Lewis Graves of Jasper Co. buys 101-1/2 acres, lot 96, 9th District of Henry Co. from Sarah Buzbin, 21 Dec. 1822.

Jasper Co. Deed Book A, p. 656:  Lewis Graves of Newton Co. sells 101-1/2 acres, lot 83, 16th District, to Woody Dozier, 15 Sept. 1823.

Newton Co. Deed Book C, p. 1 and 6:  Lewis Graves sells 101-1/4 acres to Baswell Graves (his son), 30 July 1829.  (R‑14, R‑29)

According to Brunswig Sholars’ application to the National Society Sons of the American Revolution, his great-great grandmother Jane Graves (#890) was the daughter of Lewis Graves and Ruth Daugherty.  Ruth is also recorded as Ruth Worth/Worthy/Worthen on a number of family trees posted on Ancestry.com.

Children - Graves

  887.   Penelope Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Miller.

  888.   Malinda Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Sweeney.

+889.   Davenport Graves, b.c. 1786, m. Nancy McElroy, 13 March 1813, d. 1862.

+890.   Jane Graves, b. 11 May 1789, m. David Sholars, Jan. 1806, d. 28 Nov. 1865.

  891.   Betsy Graves, m. William Pritchard (or Pritchett).

  892.   John C. Graves, never married.

+893.   Maria Pamelia Graves, b. 9 Jan. 1800, m. Prior Reeves, 14 Dec. 1821, d. 2 Nov. 1872.

+894.   Basil Graves, b.c. 1800, m(1) Elizabeth Yancey, 2 April 1826, m(2) Rosina Thompson, d. aft. 1860.

  895.   William U. (or W.) Graves, m. Demmy McClendon, d. before 1819.

 

John L. Graves (194) was born about 1763, according to Varney Graves, although the 1820-1840 GA censuses indicate a birth date of 1770-1775.  According to History of Chattahoochee County, Georgia, he died 1851 in Fayette Co., GA.  The grave of John Graves, Revolutionary soldier, was marked by the DAR in Oct. 1933, and is south of Ga. highway 54, just east of Flint River in Clayton Co., Ga., once Fayette Co., but originally Henry Co., near Mundy's Mill, in the Ward Cem.  John Graves was living with the family of one of his daughters, Elizabeth ("Betsy") Ward at the time of his death.  It seems very likely that he died before 1850, since he was not listed in the Ward household in 1850, and he cannot be found anywhere else in that census.

John married Rebecca Harris about 1792 in SC.  Rebecca died in their home and was also buried in the Ward Cem.  It may be that John had a previous marriage.  Note the birth date of oldest daughter Mary Jane in 1783 (before the marriage date of 1792) and the long period of time between her birth and that of Minton about 1795.  One of the descendants of Mary Jane believed the mother of Mary Jane was a Rutland, but wasn’t positive.

John and his family lived in NC and SC before 1804, and moved to Hancock Co., GA by 1804.  The 1850 census gives the birthplace of John's sons as follows:  David, NC, John Jr., SC, Minton, SC, James, GA.  They were in Capt. Thomas' District, Hancock Co., GA in 1806, along with John's brother Lewis.  They moved to Jasper Co. between 1810 and 1818.  In 1820, when a treaty with the Creek Indians was being negotiated, John Graves, Lewis Graves and John's son David were in Jasper Co., GA.  In the spring of 1821, when this treaty was finalized and Fayette Co. was formed, lands west of Flint River became available for settlers, and John Graves, David Graves, and the rest of John's family moved there.  Family legend is that this move was made by loading all the family possessions in an ox cart.  All of John's children who had not yet married, except for Minton, married in Fayette Co.

By tradition, John Graves and Lewis Graves were brothers.  John witnessed an Anson Co., N.C. deed, William Worthan to Lewis Graves, 15 Oct. 1786.  Other evidence of their connection is shown in the following paragraphs.

1804 Hancock Co., Ga. Tax Roll, Capt. Dixon's District (same district as Lewis Graves):

Samuel Graves, 190-1/2 acres granted Borland, adjoining Graves, Little Ogeechee

John Graves, 1 slave, 578-1/2 acres granted Borland, adjoining Wadsworth, Little Ogeechee

 

John Graves was shown in the Hancock Co. 1805 and 1807 lottery lists, in the same district as Lewis Graves.

Hancock Co. deeds:

1808, John Graves to Sol Rimstrell (?), p. 363. 1810, Samuel Graves to Davice, p. 308.

Jasper Co. Deed Book 7-8, p. 304, 9 Feb. 1818.  David Sholars and Jane, his wife, to John Graves, Sr., all of Jasper Co., 1/2 of lot no. 113 in 16th district.  (Jane was a daughter of Lewis Graves, brother of John.)

John Graves, Sr., Jasper Co., Ga., Barleys District, won in the 1820 lottery, lot 258, section 3, Irwin Co; lot 56, section 10, Hall Co.

Jasper Co. Deeds:

26 Jan. 1820, John Graves, Sr. to Joseph Johnson, $600 for lot 113 in 16th District, 101-1/4 acres on Shoal Creek. 5 Feb. 1821, John Graves, Sr. to Joseph Johnson, land in Hall Co., no. 56 in 10th District, granted to John Graves, Sr.

Jasper Co. Deeds:

Deed Book 6, p. 20, Warren Hartsfield to Bethany Baptist Church, witness Davenport Graves (son of Lewis Graves), 24 April 1813. Deed Book 7, p. 94, Warren Hartsfield to William Graves (son of Lewis Graves), 150 acres, lot 72 in 16th District, witness Davenport Graves, 2 Oct. 1815. Deed Book 7, p. 209, Warren Hartsfield to Moor Bagley (son-in-law of John Graves, Sr.), northwest corner of lot 72, 16th District.

The preceding deeds show the close association of the families of John Graves and Lewis Graves.  Warren Hartsfield was a son of Dr. Godfrey Hartsfield.  The Hartsfield family was closely associated with the McElroy family for generations.  Davenport Graves married Nancy McElroy.  (R‑14, R‑29, R‑31, R‑136)

Children - Graves

+896.   Mary Jane Graves, b.c. 1783, m. Moor Bagley, 1 Nov. 1810, d. 11 Nov. 1865.

  897.   Minton N. Graves, b.c. 1795 (between 1792 and 1796); probably never married, d. aft. 1860.  Recorded on the 1860 census in Fayette Co., GA as age 65.

+898.   David Graves, b.c. 1800, m. Matilda Harris, 9 Dec. 1819, d. 30 March 1851.

+899.   Sarah Graves, b.c. 1802, m. Charles Pinkney Collier, 12 Aug. 1820, d. 26 June 1884.

+900.   John Graves, Jr., b.c. 1804, m. Susan Cleckler, 11 Jan. 1831, d. before 1876.

+901.   James Graves, b.c. 1808, m. Mary Smith, 17 May 1832, d. 3 March 1880.

+902.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1810, m(1) Stephen D. Lyle, 8 Nov. 1829, m(2) Jesse Ward, 31 Oct. 1841, d. Oct. 1876.

+903.   Charles Cudy Graves, b.c. 1812, m. Elizabeth Cleckler, 25 Nov. 1830, d. 1852-1860.

 

Richard Graves (195) was born 30 Dec. 1765, according to his pension application.  He lived in S.C. and N.C., and served in the Revolution (pension app. S-8598).  Richard declared in the pension application of Lewis Graves that they served together.  Richard signed the stub indent of Lewis Graves in S.C. (S.C. Archives).

Richard married Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  (The last name of his wife is not known.)

The pension application of Richard Graves states: Resident of Anson Co., N.C. in 1832, and had been for many years.  He entered the service from Chesterfield Co., S.C., and said he lived very close to the N.C. line at that time.  His father told him he entered the service when he was 15 years, 2 months of age, around 1779 or 1780.  His service was witnessed by Thomas Davis, who also was a witness for the application of Lewis Graves.

Joel Gullage, a minister, stated he had known Richard Graves for 48 years, and he was a faithful member of the church.  Reuben Phillips and James Gordon also stated they were well acquainted with Richard.

Included in Richard's pension file is a letter from Levi Adams, attorney, saying a granddaughter of Richard asked him to write and see whether Richard ever received a pension.  The letter was dated Sept. 30, 1860, Henderson Co., Tenn.

Richard Graves was a "messenger" in 1803 from Deep Creek Baptist Church, Chesterfield Co., S.C.

The following are the census records for Richard Graves:

1790 Chesterfield Co., S.C.:  1 male, 16+; 1 male, 0-16; 3 females.

1810 Anson Co., N.C.:  2 males, 0-10; 2 males, 10-16; 1 male, 45+; 2 females, 0-10; 1 female, 10-16; 1 female, 16-26; 1 female, 26-45; 4 slaves.

1820 Anson Co., N.C.:  1 male, 16-18; 2 males, 18-26; 1 male, 45+; 1 female, 0-10; 1 female, 10-16; 1 female, 26-45; 13 slaves.

1830 Anson Co., N.C.:  1 male, 0-5; 1 male, 15-20; 1 male, 50-60; 2 females, 0-5; 1 female, 5-10; 1 female, 10-15; 1 female, 20-30; 15 slaves.

Although there is no proof from these census records of relationship between members of Richard's household, the following summary is one possible interpretation.

Richard, b. 1765, d. 1830-1840 wife, b. 1775-1784 (perhaps about 1775), d. 1820-1830

male     1, b. 1785-1790 (perhaps about 1790)

            2, b. 1794-1800

            3, b. 1794-1800

            4, b. 1802-1804

            5, b. 1800-1810

            6, b. 1820-1825

            7, b. 1825-1830

female  1, b. 1774-1790

            2, b. 1784-1790

            3, b. 1794-1800

            4, b. 1804-1810

            5, b. 1815-1820

            6, b. 1820-1825

            7, b. 1825-1830

            8, b. 1825-1830

Even if the last two males and the last three or four females were grandchildren rather than children of Richard, it seems likely that he had more than the one son, Lewis, who is presently proven.

Anson Co., N.C. Deed Book F and G, p. 222, 25 June 1800. Richard Graves of Chesterfield Co., S.C. to Ann Kendricks of Anson Co., seamstress, $20.00 for 200 acres of land granted Richard Graves by letter patent, 9 March 1799, at head of Muddy Creek and a stake on state line, hence with Jackson line and Camden Road.

Wm. Rushing                                              Richard (x) Graves

Stephen Jackson

Anson Co., N.C. Deed Book L, p. 137, 24 Dec. 1805. Between Gustavus Ross of Anson and Richard Graves of Anson, $300 for 230 acres, southwest side of PeeDee, on both sides of Cedar Creek of Jennings Branch, adjoining Richard Worthen's and above Dicksons.

There are many additional deeds in Anson Co., NC for Richard Graves, up to 1823, for lands on Thompson Creek, Cedar Creek, and Muddy Creek.  (R‑14)

Children - Graves

  904.   Margaret Graves, b.c. 1796 (Chesterfield Dist., S.C.).  This information is from Goodspeed's Mississippi Memoirs, and there is no proof that Margaret is a daughter of Richard.

+905.   Lewis Graves, b.c. 1798, m. Miriam Lewis, d. 10 Dec. 1836.

 

CHILDREN OF MARY GRAVES (27) AND BENJAMIN CLEVELAND

Absalom Cleveland (196) was born about 1759 in Albemarle Co., VA, died 1838 in Pickens Co., SC, and was buried near his father at Cleveland Plantation, Pickens Co. (or Oconee Co.), SC.  He married Martha ("Patty") Harrison, daughter of Benjamin Harrison and Sarah Bullard, on 11 Nov. 1782 in Wilkes Co., NC.  She may have died and been buried in Oconee Co., SC.  (R‑208, R‑210, R‑211)

Children - Cleveland

  906.   Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Cleveland, b. 1783, m. Gideon Smith.

+907.   John Harrison Cleveland, b. 1 Oct. 1785, m. Amelia Eliza Martin, 24 July 1805, d. 1858.

+908.   Sarah Cleveland, b.c. 1787, m(1) Joshua Yowell, m(2) Hutson Greenwood, by 1817, d. aft. 1850.

  909.   Meeky Cleveland, b. 1791, m. B. F. Martin.

+910.   Mary Cleveland, b.c. 1795, m. Thomas Harbin, 1810-16, d.c. 1859.

+911.   Jemima (or Jenny) Cleveland, b.c. 1797, m. Moses P. Shannon, 28 April 1816.

  912.   Lucy ("Milley"?) Cleveland, b.c. 1799, m. Micajah Bryant.

 

Capt. John Cleveland (197), called "Devil John", was born in 1760 (or about 1769) in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in 1810 (or 1805) in Tugaloo, near Jerrett's Bridge, Oconee Co., SC.  He married a widow, Catherine (“Caty”) (Sloan) Montgomery, daughter of William Sloan and Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 9 June 1781 in Wilkes Co., NC.  She was born about 1769 in Co. Antrim, Ireland, and died 31 July 1841 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.  They died and their 4 daughters and 2 sons were raised by their grandparents, Ben and Mary Cleveland, although if Caty didn’t die until 1841, that may not be accurate.

Other than Mary Graves Cleveland, there is some uncertainty about their children.  One of their daughters could have been Catherine Cleveland (b.c. 1788) who married General Rush (perhaps the Thomas Jefferson Rusk or Rush mentioned in connection with John Cleveland's sister, Mary).  (R‑20, R‑205, R‑209, R‑210)

Children - Cleveland

+913.   Benjamin C. Cleveland, b. 13 June 1781, m. Argin Blair, 1802, d. 29 June 1858.

+914.   Mary Graves Cleveland, b. 15 March 1782, m. Abednego Franklin, c. 1800, d. 31 July 1858.

  915.   Absalom Fauche Cleveland, b.c. 1786, never married, d. 1838.

  916.   Elizabeth (or Eliza) Cleveland, b. 3 (or 8) June 1792, m. James Smith, 1 May 1810 (Morgan Co., GA), d. 11 March 1879 (Macon Co., GA).

  917.   Martha Cleveland, b.c. 1794, m. Thomas S. Bonner.

  918.   Catherine Nancy Cleveland, m. Chapley Ross Welborn.  (This daughter not given by R‑209.)

 

 

GENERATION 5

 

CHILDREN OF STEPHEN SANDIDGE (30) AND SARAH HENDERSON

John Sandidge (208) was born about 1773 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died about 1825 in VA.  He married Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  She was born about 1777 in VA, and died before June 1880 in Scott Co., VA.  Their children were born in VA.  (R‑335)

Children - Sandidge

  919.   Martha F. Sandidge, b.c. 1801, d. after 1880.

  920.   Ann Sandidge, b. before 1808.

  921.   Hasten Martin Sandidge, b.c. 1808, d. after 1880 (Scott Co., VA).

  922.   Archibald T. Sandidge, b. 10 March 1811, d. 9 March 1887 (Surgoinsville, Hawkins Co., TN).

+923.   James Hutson Lewis Sandidge, b. 20 Feb. 1818, m. Mary Ann Epperson, d. 3 Feb. 1857.

  924.   Harvey Sandidge, b. after 1820.

 

Nathan Sandridge (210) was born about 1778 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died about 1844 in Franklin Co., TN.  He first married Polly Lane, daughter of Henry Lane and Mary Sandidge.  She was born about 1773 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died after 4 May 1820.  He married second Catherine Modena, daughter of Francis Modena and Patricia ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  She was born about 1780, and died before Oct. 1850 in Franklin Co., TN.  (R‑335)

Children - Sandridge

+925.   Elizabeth Sandridge, b.c. 1801, m(1) William Martin, c. 1826, m(2) Jesse Garrett, after 1831, d. Aug. 1855.

  926.   Sarah Sandridge, b.c. 1806 (Albemarle Co., VA), m. William Farris, c. 1822.

  927.   Ann Sandridge, b.c. 1808, m(1) Jesse Garrett, m(2) Andrew Mitchell.  Andrew was b.c. 1806.

  928.   Nimrod Sandridge, b.c. 1810 (Franklin Co., TN), m(1) Frances Donaldson, c. 1833, m(2) Elizabeth Smith, 29 Aug. 1858 (Franklin Co., TN), m(3) Eliza J. Terrell, c. 1865 (Marshall Co., AL).  Frances was b.c. 1815 (AL), and d.c. 1855.  Elizabeth Smith was b.c. 1816 (Franklin Co., TN).  Eliza Terrell was b. 7 Nov. 1836 (Marshall Co., AL) d. 9 Oct. 1916 (Smith Co., TX).

  929.   Thornton Gideon Sandridge, b. 1812, m. Elizabeth Hutchinson, 13 March 1834 (Madison Co., MS), d. after 1870 (Catahoula Parish, LA).  She was b. 1818 in Cabell Co., VA, and d. Attala Co., MS.

  930.   Susan Sandridge, b.c. 1814.  Previous information submitted indicated that she married Francis Hill, however, that is incorrect.  Francis Hill m. Sarah Sanders about 1833.  All children attributed to Susan and Francis Hill are actually the children of Sarah Sanders and Francis Hill as recorded on the 1850-1880 censuses.

  931.   child, b. 1816.

  932.   Thomas Jefferson Sandridge, b.c. 1818, m. Mary Adell Ruff, 25 Aug. 1845 (Carroll Co., MS).  She was b. 16 March 1821 (NC), and d. (Carroll Co., MS).

  933.   Pendleton Franklin Sandridge, b. 4 May 1820 (Franklin Co., TN), m.; Frances Caroline Oliver, 2 Aug. 1842 (Franklin Co., TN), d. 17 Aug. 1892 (Rankin Co., MS).  She was b. 14 April 1828 (Franklin Co., TN), and d. (Madison Co., MS).

 

William Sandridge (214) was born about 1780 and died 10 April 1852, both in Albemarle Co., VA.  He first married Mary (“Molly”) Wood about 1800.  She was born about 1782 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died after 1825.  He married second Elizabeth Garrison on 4 Jan. 1831 in Albemarle Co., VA.  She was born about 1790 in VA, and died after 1850.  William and Elizabeth were recorded on the 1850 census in Albemarle Co., VA.  Living with them was Lucy Garrison, age 65.  (R‑169)

Children - Sandridge

  934.   James Sandridge, b.c. 1800.

  935.   Nathan W. Sandridge, b.c. 1800, m. Permelia C. Garrison, 29 Aug. 1837, d. aft. 1850.

+936.   Nicholas Sandridge, b.c. 1803, m(1) Elizabeth Sandridge, 18 April 1828 (or 1 May 1828), m(2) Mary Dunn, 25 Oct. 1847, d. 8 Aug. 1879.

  937.   Leland Sandridge, b.c. 1804, d. aft. 1870 (probably in MO).

  938.   Michael S. (“Miley”) Sandridge, b.c. 1813, m(1) Nancy E. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Mary C. Parsons, 28 Aug. 1847 (Albemarle Co., VA), d. aft. 1880.

  939.   Austin Sandridge, b.c. 1815, m. Sarah Jane Sandridge, 18 Aug. 1836 (Albemarle Co., VA), d. 1869.

  940.   Thomas J. Sandridge, b.c. 1816.

 

Sarah (“Sallie”) Henderson Sandidge/Sandridge (215) was born about 1782 in VA, and died between 1860 and 1870.  She married Peter Eades on 28 May 1803 in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was born about 1777 in Botetourt Co., VA, and died between 1870 and 1880, probably in Monroe Co., WV.  This family was recorded on the 1820 census in St. Anns Parish, Albemarle Co., VA, the 1830 census in Monroe Co., VA, the 1840 census in Union, Monroe Co., VA, the 1850 census in District thirty nine and a half, Monroe Co., VA, and the 1860 census in Rallingsburg, Monroe Co., VA, post office Peterstown.  Peter was recorded on the 1870 census in Wolf Creek, Monroe Co., WV living with his son George and his family.  Note:  Monroe Co., VA became Monroe Co., WV on 20 June 1863.  (R‑235)

Children - Eades

  941.   William Eades, b.c. 1804, m. Florence Crews, 28 Aug. 1830 (Monroe Co., VA).

+942.   Lucinda Eades, b.c. 1805, m. James G. Keadle, 1 Dec. 1823, d. aft. 1870.

  943.   Martha A. Eades, b.c. 1806, m. James Bryson, 10 Aug. 1842 (Monroe Co., VA).

  944.   Hastings Eades, b.c. 1811.

  945.   John Henry Eades, b.c. 1813, m. Nancy Kincaid.

  946.   Augustus Eades, b.c. 1817.  Killed in the Civil War.

  947.   Peter Eades, Jr., b.c. 1818.

  948.   Joshua Eades, b.c. 1821.

  949.   Stephen Eades, b.c. 1823.

+950.   George Washington Eades, b. 14 May 1827, m(1) Louisa Jane Alderson, 28 Sept. 1850, m(2) Rebecca A. McCorkle, 27 May 1888, d. 15 Dec. 1902.

  951.   Sarah Eades, b.c. 1828, m. William Smith, 22 Jan. 1850 (Monroe Co., VA).

 

CHILDREN OF ANN SANDRIDGE (32) AND GIDEON CARR

Nancy Elizabeth Carr (218) was born about 1770 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died in 1834 Trigg Co., KY.  She married William Cunningham on 24 Dec. 1795 in Albemarle Co., VA.  William was born about 1765 in Scotland and went to Virginia after the Revolutionary War.  He was born about 1765 in Bonnie, Ayrshire Co., Scotland, and died in 1823 in Trigg Co., KY.  They were buried in Trigg County Furnace Cem., Trigg Co., KY.  Their children were born in Albemarle Co., VA, with the exception of Nancy who was born in the Cumberland Mountains in 1818 while the family was on their way to Trigg Co., KY.

William is believed to have had a married sister in VA, and he was in Albemarle Co. in 1790, living with a family named Squaires.  Whether this is his sister is not known.  (R‑74, R‑123, R‑138)

Children - Cunningham

+952.   John Cunningham, b. 1 Nov. 1796, m. Mary Gresham, 19 Feb. 1822, d. 30 Oct. 1854.

+953.   Gideon Carr Cunningham, b.c. 1798, m. Harriet Tidwell, c. 1826, d. 1865.

+954.   William Thomas Cunningham, b.c. 1800, m. Virginia Janot Mitchell, 15 Aug. 1827, d. 12 Sept. 1879.

+955.   Malinda Elizabeth Cunningham, b. 30 Nov. 1802, m. Thomas Lawrence Baker, 29 June 1821, d. 29 Jan. 1871.

+956.   Andrew Cunningham, b. 4 Dec. 1804, m. Nancy P’Pool, 29 Jan. 1833, d. 20 July 1874.

+957.   Dabney Carr Cunningham, b.c. 1806, m(1) Rebecca Wimberly, 7 Sept. 1829, m(2) Tennessee G. Turner, d. 1863.

+958.   James Cunningham, b.c. 1808, m. Sarah D. Wimberly, 23 Jan. 1834, d. 1888.

+959.   Meekins Carr Cunningham, b. 18 Dec. 1810, m. Elizabeth Sivils, 7 Nov. 1832, d. 25 Oct. 1888.

+960.   Alexander Cunningham, b.c. 1812, m. Jasyntha Wallace, 1 Sept. 1839, d. 10 June 1878.

+961.   Robert T. Cunningham, b.c. 1815, m. Mary J. Sivils, 18 March 1839, d. bef. 1880.

  962.   Nancy Cunningham, b. 1818, d. 1830 (Trigg Co., KY).

 

Mary ("Polly") Carr (223) was born about 1787 in VA, and died in 1863.  She married James W. Carr, her cousin, on 3 Feb. 1806 in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was born about 1788 in VA, and died in 1871.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Adair Co, KY.  (R‑74, R‑256)

Children - Carr

  963.   Elmira Carr, b. 28 April 1812, m. Robert W. Keen, 2 April 1829, d. 9 Sept. 1840.  See #967 for descendants.

  964.   Marion Carr [son], b.c. 1827 (VA).  Listed on the 1850 census with the family.

 

Dabney Carr (225) was born in May 1793 in VA, and died in 1872 in Pike Co., MO.  He married Mary (“Polly”) M. Appleberry on 11 March 1817 in Albemarle Co., VA.  She was born about 1798 in VA, and died 29 May 1877.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in District 49, Lincoln Co., MO, and the 1860 census in Hurricane Twp., Lincoln Co., MO.  (R‑318)

Children - Carr

  965.   Georgiana Carr, b. 11 May 1825, m. Thomas G. Martin (#2269), 12 Oct. 1842, d. 14 May 1908.  See #2269 for descendants.

  966.   Pocahontas Carr, b. 24 July 1833 (Pike Co., MO), m. John Millroy, 2 Dec. 1855 (Pike Co., MO), d. 6 Feb. 1925 (Louisiana, Pike Co., MO).

 

CHILDREN OF MILDRED SANDIDGE (33) AND JOHN HALL

Elizabeth ("Betty") Graves Hall (227) was born 13 Sept. 1777 in Albemarle Co., VA, died 1 May 1862 in Green Co., KY, and was buried 6 May 1862.  She married John Keen, son of Robert Keen and Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  He was born 4 June 1777 in Orange Co., VA or Northumberland Co., VA, died 13 Nov. 1855 in Green Co., KY, and was buried in Keen Graveyard, Green Co., KY.  They lived in Albemarle Co., VA until about 1813 when they bought land in Orange Co., VA.  They moved to Green Co., KY about 1820-22.  The birthplace of the first child is not known with certainty but assumed to be VA, the last child was born in Green Co., KY, and all the others were born in VA.  (R‑74, R‑174, R‑178, R‑338)

Children - Keen

+967.   Robert W. Keen, b. 17 Nov. 1801, m(1) Elmira Carr, 2 April 1829, m(2) Catherine Carr, 30 Oct. 1844, d. Sept. 1845.

+968.   Mildred A. Keen, b. 2 March 1804, m. John Rodgers, Jr., 2 April 1829, d. after 1870.

  969.   Elizabeth B. Keen, b. 17 April 1807, m(1) Paschall Powell, 26 Dec. 1827, m(2) John Sandridge Dowell (#981), 16 March 1843, d. 27 July 1863.  See #981 for Dowell descendants.

+970.   John H. Keen, b. 7 July 1809, m. Elizabeth Moss Hicks, 30 Dec. 1835, d. 23 Aug. 1881.

+971.   William G. Keen, b. 21 June 1811, m(1) Mary ("Polly") ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Elizabeth Farquson, d. by 22 Sept. 1874.

+972.   Susannah Ann Keen, b. 11 July 1813, m. Thomas Aried Thompson, 16 April 1829, d. 13 Jan. 1862.

+973.   Mary Jane Keen, b. 24 Oct. 1815, m(1) David Kenney, 13 May 1835, m(2) Morris Woodson Crawley, 21 Nov. 1851, m(3) Henry W. Tisdale, bet. 1860 and 1870, d. 18 Dec. 1895.

+974.   Nancy S. Keen, b. 27 May 1817, m. William Orr, 1 Nov. 1841, d. after 1860.

+975.   James H. Keen, b. 29 July 1819, m(1) Naomi E. Ferguson, m(2) Elizabeth Bagley, 29 Sept. 1869, d. 20 Dec. 1873.

+976.   Elanza D. Keen, b. 3 June 1823, m. Mary Ann Williamson, 9 Sept. 1841.

 

Mildred A. Hall (233) was born about 1790 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died about 1832 in Green Co., KY.  She married Richard Dowell on 26 Dec. 1812 in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was born aoubt 1792 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died about 1830 in Green Co., VA.  (R‑337)

Children - Dowell

  977.   Perlina Dowell, b.c. 1811.

+978.   John Richard Dowell, b. 3 July 1814, m. Emily Bea Weaver, 10 Aug. 1841, d. 14 Dec. 1861.

 

Nancy D. Hall (234) was born about 1795 in Albermarle Co., VA, and died after 1850.  She married Harrison Dowell on 26 Dec. 1812 in Albemarle Co., VA.  He was born about 1790 in VA, and died in 1859 (or 20 June 1866).  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in District 1, Green Co., KY.  (R‑256, R‑311)

Children - Dowell

  979.   Elizabeth H. Dowell, b.c. 1815, m(1) Richard Bingham, 28 Feb. 1831 (Green Co., KY), m(2) George Hutchason, d. aft. 1860.

+980.   James A. Dowell, b.c. 1816, m(1) Mary A. (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Rose, m(2) Susannah Wilson, d. 1886.

+981.   John Sandridge Dowell, b. 5 Sept. 1819, m(1) Elizabeth B. (Keen) Powell (#969), 23 March 1843, m(1) Elizabeth Jane (Mitchell) Harris, Jan. 1864, d. 22 May 1889.

  982.   Susannah Dowell, b.c. 1821, d.c. 1846 (Fentress, TN).

  983.   Emily Dowell, b.c. 1822.

  984.   Frank Dowell, b.c. 1825, d.c. 1839.  Both in Green Co., KY.

  985.   Amanda C. Dowell, b. 2 Feb. 1828 (Green Co., KY), m. William Hubbard, bef. 1850, d. 28 Feb. 1900 (Metcalfe Co., KY).

+986.   Thomas Ward Dowell, b. 7 Sept. 1829, m. Sarah Woolfork Rose, 3 Aug. 1850, d. 26 June 1878.

+987.   Nancy D. Dowell, b. 18 Feb. 1834, m(1) James W. Hubbard, m(2) Pleasant Flat, Feb. 1870, d. 13 Aug. 1899.

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN SANDIDGE (34) AND MARY WOOD

Pleasant Sandidge (239) was born 19 Dec. 1791 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died 3 July 1849 in Green Co., KY.  He married Elizabeth Jones Edwards, daughter of Thomas Edwards and Elizabeth Ferguson, on 22 June 1813 in Albemarle Co., VA[38].  She was born 20 Feb. 1797 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died 7 June 1867 in Green Co., KY.  She was recorded on the 1850 census in District 1, Green Co., KY and the 1860 census in District 2, Green Co., KY; her children were born in KY.  They were buried in Sandidge Cem., D.A.R. Cemetery Rd. on the farm of Howard Curry in the Newt Community of Green Co., KY.  (R‑557)

Children - Sandidge

+988.   Elizabeth Graves Sandidge, b. 12 Feb. 1816, m. Creed Henry Craddock, 29 April 1833, d. 18 Oct. 1847.

  989.   Amanda Caroline Sandidge, b. 16 Feb. 1818 (Fry, Green Co., KY), m. Benjamin Radford Whitlock, 30 Sept. 1834 (Green Co., KY), d. 29 April 1893 (Green Co., KY).  He was b. 22 July 1811 (Buckingham Co., VA), son of Thomas Whitlock and Rebecca Radford, d. 10 Nov. 1886 (Green Co., KY).  Fourteen children.  Both bur. Sandidge Cem.

  990.   Thomas Pike Sandidge, b. 4 Nov. 1819, d. 19 Nov. 1819.

  991.   Lucy Ann Sandidge, b. 8 Feb. 1821, d. 16 Aug. 1847.

  992.   Martha Dillard Sandidge, b. 22 Jan. 1823 (Green Co., KY), d. 6 Aug. 1824.

  993.   America Temple Grace Sandidge, b. 2 Feb. 1825, m(1) John C. Buckner, 9 Feb. 1840, m(2) Thomas O. Wilson, 4 June 1896, d. 26 Oct. 1898.  John was b.c. 1821, d. 25 Sept. 1892 (Green Co., KY).  Twelve children.  Thomas was b.c. 1826 (Washington Co., KY), d. 9 Nov. 1897 (Washington Co., KY).  No children from 2nd marriage.

  994.   Mary Wood Sandidge, b. 20 Sept. 1827, m. Isaac P. Yates, 4 Oct. 1835 (Adair Co., KY), d. 5 April 1865 (Metcalf Co., KY).

  995.   John Henry Clay Sandidge, b. 9 Feb. 1830, m. America Allen, 1862 (Cumberland Co., KY, d. 2 Sept. 1916.  Six children.

  996.   Pleasant Edwards Sandidge, b. 21 Oct. 1832, m. Louisa J. Burks, 30 Oct. 1858 (Green Co., KY, d. 13 Jan. 1897.  She was b. 3 Feb. 1842 (Green Co., KY), d. 4 Oct. 1914.  Six children.

  997.   Thomas Christopher Sandidge, b. 24 July 1835, m. Sarah R. Turner, 22 Dec. 1859 (Green Co., KY), d. 27 July 1861.  Bur Sandidge Cem.

  998.   Sarah A. Sandidge, b. 1843, d. July 1849.

  999.   Brice Dabney Sandidge, b. 15 June 1844, d. 29 July 1847.  Bur. Sandidge Cem.

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS GRAVES (36)

Elizabeth Graves (248) was born 5 Sept. 1771 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 8 Sept. 1807 in Clark Co., KY.  She married Thomas Wright on 6 Sept. 1788 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born 19 Sept. 1765 in Staunton, Augusta Co., VA (or 29 Sept. 1765 in Culpeper Co., VA), died 16 Sept. 1852 in Winchester, Clark Co., KY, and was buried in Winchester City Cem.  He was said to have been a captain in the Revolutionary War, but that seems unlikely since he would have been only ten at the start of the war and 16 at its conclusion.  Their first 5 children were born in VA, and the last 3 in Clark Co., KY.

After Elizabeth’s death, Thomas married second Mary Rice about 1807.  According to the 1850 census for Clark Co., KY, she was born about 1780.  She died 18 May 1864 in Clark Co., KY, and was also buried in Winchester Cem.  Some have stated that she was the Mary Rice who was born 1 Feb. 1776 in Bedford Co., VA, daughter of David Rice and Mary Blair.  Others claim that person died in 1832 and never married.  Children by the second marriage of Thomas Wright, all born in Clark Co., KY, were Eliza, b.c. 1808, m. Robert W. Smith; Permelia, b.c. 1810, m. Harvey Wilson; William Henry Harrison, b. 21 June 1812, m(1) Sarah Ann Halley, m(2) Mary Ann Ridgeway; Emma, b. 21 Sept. 1814, m(1) Thornton Lewis, m(2) Eusebius Bainbridge.  (R‑308, R‑309, R‑442)

Children - Wright

  1000.   Nancy M. Wright, b. 5 June 1789, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Thomas.

  1001.   Morgan Wright, b. 3 Feb. 1792, m. Frances S. Duncan, 10 Dec. 1816 (Clark Co., KY), d. 1852 (Lincoln Co., MO).

+1002.   Waller Wright, b. 1 Feb. 1794, m. Nancy Butler, 23 Nov. 1815, d. 25 April 1837.

+1003.   Mary Wright, b. 27 April 1796, m. Darius Bainbridge, 27 Nov. 1815.

+1004.   Matilda Wright, b. 16 Aug. 1798, m(1) John Cofer, 2 April 1813, m(2) Joseph W. Gibson.

+1005.   Frances Wright, b. 8 Dec. 1801, m. John D. Jeans, 24 Dec. 1816, d. Nov. 1861.

  1006.   Thomas Jefferson Wright, b. 8 March 1803, m. Catherine M. Geiger, d. 2 Sept. 1867 (Lincoln Co., MO).

  1007.   Elizabeth J. Wright, b. 11 Jan. 1804, m. Richard D. Green, 4 May 1827 (Clark Co., KY), d. 15 April 1879 (Clark Co., KY).  He was b. 7 Feb. 1791, d. 13 Nov. 1857 (Montgomery Co., KY).  Both bur. Green Cem. (Montgomery Co., KY).  Twelve children.

  1008.   Dr. Lewis Conner Wright (probably called Conner), b. 20 April 1805, m. Mary (Hall) Hardan, d. before 1852 (Clark Co., KY).

 

Thomas Nelson (or Newton) Graves (249) was born about 1774 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died after 29 June 1860, probably in Grant Co., WI.  He married Mary ("Polly") Mason in Culpeper Co. on 20 Nov. 1795[39].  She was born in VA, and died in Warren Co., WI.

He went to Kentucky with his father in 1806, and to Warren Co., MO in 1820.  He was in the 1810 census for Stoner Twp., Bourbon Co., KY, and in the 1820 census for North Middletown Twp., Bourbon Co., KY.  He was a judge in Warren and Montgomery counties, MO.  He later moved to Wisconsin, and, according to the 1850 census for Grant Co., WI, he was 76 that year.  Moving with him to Wisconsin were his daughters, Candace and Lucy, his son, Henry, and their spouses and families.  Thomas was also recorded on the 1860 census in Potosi, Grant Co., WI, post office Hurricane Grove, living with his daughter and son-in-law, Candice and Eusebius Bainbridge.  (R‑12, R‑49, R‑258, R‑309)

Children - Graves

+1009.   James B. Graves, b. 4 Sept. 1796, m(1) Diana Newton, 24 Dec. 1822, m(2) Catherine Bewley, 26 Aug. 1849, d. 24 March 1882.

  1010.   William M. Graves; disappeared in a mysterious manner while in New Orleans, LA.

+1011.   Candace A. Graves, b.c. 1805, m. Eusebius Bainbridge, d. aft. 1860.

+1012.   Henry Benton Graves, b. 14 Jan. 1810, m. Lurena (or Lorena) Ann Howell, 8 Dec. 1830, d. 10 Nov. 1896.

+1013.   Lucy M. Graves, b.c. 1815, m. Woodson Allison Burton, d. aft. 1870.

 

CHILDREN OF LEWIS GRAVES (37)

Nancy Ann Graves (253) was born about 1782, probably in VA, and died 11 Feb. 1855 in Laurens Co., SC.  She married George Madden, son of Laughlin Madden and Ann Lewis.  He was born about 1755, and died 26 April 1844 in Laurens Co., SC.  Information for their children is from his will, proven 28 Aug. 1844.  Nancy and her daughters except for Elizabeth were recorded on the 1850 census in Laurens Co., SC; no place of birth was entered for them.  The place of birth was recorded for only the first person on the page.  Although there is a Samuel Saxon recorded with this family, it is probably Samuel Lomax.  Son George Saxon [sic] is also recorded with the family.  In 1860, Nancy, Frances, Sarah, and Mary lived with sister Amy and her husband Samuel Wesley Lomax in Laurens Co., SC.  The children were born in SC.  (R‑202)

Children - Madden

+1014.   Laughlin Lewis Madden, b. 1 Feb. 1804, m. Frances Powell Arnold, 8 Feb. 1838, d. 27 Jan. 1870.

  1015.   Nancy N. Madden, b.c. 1805, never married, d. 1872 (Claiborne Parish, LA).

  1016.   Frances (“Fanny”) Madden, b. 28 Dec. 1806 (Laurens Co., SC), never married, d. 22 Nov. 1893 (Lincoln Parish, LA).  Bur. Walnut Creek Cem.

+1017.   Elizabeth Madden, b.c. 1808, m. Carter Tarrant Wilborn/Wilburn.  Carter and wife Elizabeth were recorded on the 1850 census in St. Francois Co., MO and the 1860 census in Stoddard Co., MO.  Elizabeth was reported as 37 in 1850 and 48 in 1860, b. SC.  However, Carter also married an Elizabeth Taylor, and it is unclear which Elizabeth is recorded on the census.

  1018.   Rebecca Madden, b.c. 1811, m. Reuben Douglas Madden, aft. 1850, d. 15 Aug. 1858.

  1019.   Sarah Madden, b.c. 1812, never married, d. 1867 (Claiborne Parish, LA).

  1020.   Mary (“Polly”) Madden, b. 3 May 1813, never married, d. aft. 1870 (Lincoln Parish, LA).  Bur. Walnut Creek Cem.  Recorded as age 41 in 1850, 38 in 1860, and 48 in 1870.

  1021.   Lewis C. Madden, d. bef. 1850.

  1022.   Amy Madden, b.c. 1815, m. Samuel Wesley Lomax (#2463), c. 1847, d. 14 Dec. 1884.  See #2463 for descendants.

 

Lucy Graves (254) was born about 1783 and probably died between 1840-1850.  She married John Adams (or Addams).  He was born about 1780 according to the 1850 census; his place of birth was not recorded.  He lived in a pauper’s home in Laurens Co., SC.  John Adams was listed on the census in Laurens Co., SC from 1810-1850.  (R‑202)

Children - Adams

  1023.   Daughter, b.c. 1800-1810.

  1024.   Daughter, b.c. 1810-1820.

  1025.   Son, b.c. 1815-1820.

  1026.   Son, b.c. 1815-1820.

  1027.   Daughter, b.c. 1830-1835.

 

Martin Graves (255) was born in 1785 in VA (according to the 1850 census), and died between 1850 and 1860 in TN.  Martin married Ann(a) Sims, daughter of William Sims and Rebecca Starnes, on 31 Dec. 1807 in Lincoln Co., KY.  She was born about 1791 in SC, and died between 1860 and 1870 in TN.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Hardin Co., TN.  Recorded with the family is Anna’s mother Rebecca (Starnes) Sims Graves McWhorley, age 90, born in SC.  Ann Graves was recorded with daughter Mary Ann Morris’s family on the 1860 census in Hardin Co., TN.  (R‑202)

Children - Graves

+1028.   Lewis Graves, b.c. 1810, m, Catharine C. Arbuckle, 6 Dec. 1849, d. aft. 22 June 1880.

  1029.   daughter, b. 1800-1810, still at home in the 1840 census.

+1030.   Rebekah (or Rebecca) Graves, b.c. 1812, m. Marion Moses Meek, c. 1832, d. 1892.

+1031.   James F. Graves, b.c. 1814, m(1) Eliot Graves, m(2) Mary J. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, by 1860, d. aft. 1870.

  1032.   Nancy S. Graves, b.c. 1818.

+1033.   Lucy Mariah Graves, b. 1 Jan. 1819, m. Thomas Jefferson Jones, 8 Dec. 1846, d. 16 July 1883.

+1034.   Nathan S. Graves, b. 30 Dec. 1821, m(1) Matilda ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Mary F. (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Cook, aft. 1874, d. 17 Sept. 1885.

  1035.   daughter, b. 1825-1830.

+1036.   Mary Ann Graves, b.c. 1830, m. William B. Morris, by 1850, d. aft. 1880.

  1037.   Martha F. Graves, b.c. 1832.

 

William Graves (256) was born about 1788 in Laurens Co., SC, and died between 1856 and 1860 in Laurens Co., SC.  He married his cousin, Mary ("Polly") Wait, (#378), daughter of John Wait and Frances Graves.  She was born about 1793 in Laurens Co., SC, and had died by 10 June 1844 according to the following information.  Litigation dated 10 June 1844 in Laurens Co., SC regarding the dispersal of lands of John Wait, father of Polly and father-in-law of William, specifically names his children and states "the testator's daughter (Polly) who was intermarried with William Graves has also died…Nancy S. Graves, Elizabeth M. Graves, Joseph F. Graves, and Obed Wait Graves, also William Graves, Jr., Polly F. Graves, James T. Graves, Philip H. Graves, and Peachy K. Graves, her children, nine in number, the last five being minors..."  The matching of the first 5 children's names with the census dates may have some errors.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Laurens Co., SC.  A Peachy Graves, age 48, was recorded with this family; it is not known who she is.  In William’s will dated 11 Jan. 1854, only children Elizabeth, Joseph, and William are listed; presumably the other six children have died.  (R‑202)

Children - Graves

  1038.   John Lewis Graves, b. bef. 1823, d. 10 June 1844 (Laurens Co., SC).

+1039.   Joseph Franklin Graves, b. 19 Aug. 1820, m. Sydney Watson, 22 Oct. 1840, d. 17 Sept. 1859.

  1040.   Nancy Sims Graves, b. bef. 1823, d. by 11 Jan. 1854.

  1041.   Elizabeth Monroe Graves, b.c. 1822, m. John H. Spoon, 6 Oct. 1854 (Laurens Co., SC), d. 28 Feb. 1890 (SC).  He was b. Feb. 1822 (SC), and d. 29 Jan. 1905.  He was first married to her sister Mary Frances.  She had no children but raised her niece, Mollie Spoon.

  1042.   Obed Wait Graves, b. 4 Oct. 1822, d. 5 July 1849 (Due West, Abbeville Co., SC).  He was a student at Erskine College (Abbeville Co., SC) according to the 6 July 1849 issue of the Laurensville Weekly Herald.

  1043.   James Thomas Graves, b. aft. 10 June 1823, d.c. 1848 (SC).

+1044.   Mary Frances Graves, b. aft. 10 June 1823, m. John H. Spoon, c. July 1851, d. 11 July 1852.

  1045.   Sarah (“Peachy Keziah”) Graves, b.c. 1824, d.c. 1853.

  1046.   William Wesley Graves, Jr., b.c. 1827, m. Ann M. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 1860-1863, d. 6 July 1863.  He was a Confederate soldier, serving as a Pvt., Co. D, 27th Regiment, Haygood’s Brigade.  Died of typhoid fever.

  1047.   Philip Harvey Graves, b.c. 1830, d.c. 1853 (SC).

 

Lewis Graves (257) was born about 1789 in Laurens Co., SC, and died in 1857 in Illinois.  He married Rebecca Starnes, daughter of Aaron Starnes and Mary Ann ‑‑‑‑‑‑, about 1810 in Laurens Co., SC.  She was born about 1789 or 1790 in SC, and died in March 1858 in IL.  They moved to Wilson Co., TN in 1818, and to Illinois in 1851, where they lived the rest of their lives.  They belonged to the Baptist Church.  Their last 7 children were born in Tenn.

The 1850 census for Wilson Co., TN lists: Lewis Graves, 61, b. SC, Rebecca, 60, b. SC, Genetta, 30, b. NC, Nancy, 25, b. TN, Lewis, 24, b. TN, Minerva, 22, b. TN, Andrew, 20, b. TN.  The other children had probably left home.  Also, although some printed compilations show NC for the birthplace of both Lewis and Rebecca, the original census schedules clearly have SC.  (R‑202, R‑920)

Children - Graves

+1048.   William Graves, b.c. 1812, m. Elizabeth Ann Russell, 1 April 1839, d. 1853.

  1049.   Eliot Graves, b.c. 1815 (Laurens Co., SC), m. James F. Graves (her cousin), d. before 1900.  See #1031 for descendants.

+1050.   Genetta Graves, b. Feb. 1817, m. Leonard F. Martin, 8 Sept. 1853, d. bet. 1900-1910.

+1051.   Arabion Graves, b. 30 March 1819, m. Elizabeth Jane Solomon, 22 Dec. 1846, d. Nov. 1859.

+1052.   Aaron Graves, b.c. 1821, m(1) Louisiana Allen, 1848, m(2) Susan ‑‑‑‑‑, d. bet. 1862-1870.

+1053.   Nancy Graves, b.c. 1823, m. Joshua Lester Knight, 27 Feb. 1853, d.c. 1864.

  1054.   Daniel Graves, b.c. 1825 (Wilson Co., TN), d. 1843 (Wilson Co., TN).

+1055.   Lewis Sidney Graves, b. 11 Sept. 1826, m(1) Nancy Jane Edwards, 9 March 1854, m(2) Mary Malinda Whitlock, 6 Jan. 1867, d. 4 June 1894.

+1056.   Minerva D. Graves, b. 1 Feb. 1829, m. Cantrell Bethel Edwards, 3 Nov. 1851, d. 31 Aug. 1895.

+1057.   Andrew Carroll Graves, b. 10 Jan. 1831, m. Evelyn Bennett, 23 Nov. 1852, d. 6 Sept. 1904.

 

CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH GRAVES (38) AND ZACHARIAH SIMS

Frances (“Fanny”) Sims (262) was born about 1776 in VA or SC, died before 16 Feb. 1856 in Tuscaloosa Co., AL, and was buried in Hendrick Cem., Grady Bigham Farm.  She first married Zachariah Simpson, probably in Laurens Co., SC about 1790.  He died, and she married second Jacob Hilliard Clements (or Clemens or Clement) about 1797 in Laurens Co., SC.  He was born about 1775 in NC, and died 2 July 1846 in Tuscaloosa Co., AL.  Fanny was recorded on the 1850 census in Tuscaloosa Co., AL.  Her first four children were born in SC and the remaining children were born in TN.  (R‑140, R‑202, R‑233)

Children - Simpson

+1058.   Zachariah Sims Simpson, b.c. 1793, m. Elizabeth Pryor, 1820, d. 22 June 1869.

Children - Clements

  1059.   Sarah Clements, b.c. 1800, m. Zachariah Simms (or Sims).

+1060.   Manning Emanuel Clements, b. 20 Nov. 1800, m. Nancy B. Pryor, 12 Sept. 1824, d. 10 May 1858.

+1061.   Rebecca Clements, b. 22 March 1805, m. Ezekiel Waldrup, 26 Dec. 1822, d.c. 1870.

+1062.   James Lucius Washington Clements, b. 19 Nov. 1807, m. Sarah Pryor, 28 Dec. 1830, d. 9 July 1884.

+1063.   Thomas B. Clements, b.c. 1808, m. Anna Bolton, 7 Feb. 1828, d. 1900.

+1064.   Nancy Amey Clements, b.c. 1809, m. Herrod Swindle, d. bef. May 1848.

+1065.   John Connally Clements, b. 1 Dec. 1810, m. Jane Norris, 12 Jan. 1842, d. 2 Feb. 1885.

+1066.   Lydia Clements, b. 28 March 1813, m. Silas Cook, 29 April 1832, d. 18 Jan. 1871.

+1067.   Wade Hampton Clements, b.c. 1818, m. Loucinda ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1840.

 

Lydia Sims (263) was born about 1777 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in Sept. 1864 in Butler Co., AL.  She married Jesse Pugh, son of Willoughby Pugh and Sarah Bobo, about 1796 in Laurens Co., SC.  He was born 24 March 1776 in Amherst Co., VA, and died 13 June 1854 in Troy, Pike Co., AL.  They were recorded on the 1850 census in Pike Co., AL.  (R‑129, R‑202)

Children - Pugh

+1068.   Mastin Burrell Pugh, b.c. 1795, m(1) Rebecca Elizabeth Wiggins, 1814, m(2) Charlotte Taylor, 1834, d. 29 Jan. 1873.

+1069.   Malinda Pugh, b.c. 1797, m. Micajah B. Stinson, c. 1832, d. 24 March 1852.

+1070.   Burrell B. Pugh, b. 29 Nov. 1800, m. Barbara C. Smith, 18 Dec. 1823, d. 20 Sept. 1855.

+1071.   Elizabeth Pugh, b. 21 June 1802, m. Ira Pugh, d. 8 July 1851.

+1072.   Mary  Pugh, b.c. 1807, m. Kilby Wiggins, d. 24 March 1852.

+1073.   Ira Pugh, b.c. 1808, m(1) Christiana McFarland, 13 Dec. 1831, d. aft. 1880.

+1074.   Albert Downing Pugh, b.c. 1811, m(1) Martha Corbett, 1 March 1837, m(2) Effie Jane Parker, 19 July 1855, d.c. 1875.

+1075.   Lewis Harrison Pugh, b. 3 May 1814, m. Kerenkappuch H. Corbett, 7 Aug. 1838, d. 27 May 1889.

+1076.   Adaline Pugh, b.c. 1818, m. Stephen Blackburn, d. 20 Nov. 1869.

 

Joel Sims (264) was born about 1779, and died 1 Dec. 1829 in Shoal Creek, Morgan Co., AL.  He married Elizabeth McGlathery.  (R‑140, R‑202, R‑247)

Children - Sims

  1077.   David McGlathery Sims, b. 1815 (TN), m. Nancy Fuller, 1834 (AL), d. 1890 (MS).

 

James Sims (268) was born about 1785 in Laurens Co., SC, and died between 1829 and 1841 in Laurens Co., SC.  He first married his cousin, Mariah Parks Wait, (#291), daughter of John Wait and Frances Graves.  She was born 3 April 1788 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 22 Nov. 1815 in Laurens Co., SC.  He married second Sarah Razor between 1816-1825 in Laurens Co., SC.  She was born in Abbeville, SC.  (R‑45)

Children - Sims, by Mariah Wait

  1078.   Rhoda Sims, b.c. 1810, m. Thomas Wait, (#1094), c. 1827, d. bet. 1860-1870.  See #1094 for descendants.

  1079.   John J. Sims, b.c. 1815, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  Two children b. 1837 and 1839 (Laurens Co., SC).

Children - Sims, by Sarah Razor

+1080.   Mariah Sims, b.c. 1819, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Young, d.c. 1839.

 

CHILDREN OF ANNE GRAVES (39) AND RICHARD WAIT

Elizabeth Wait (or Waits) (271) was born about 1775 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in Feb. 1838 in Abbeville, SC.  She married Isaiah Jones, son of Joshua Jones and Elizabeth McKellar, about 1794 in Laurens Co., SC.  He was born before 1775 in DE, and died between 12 July and 3 Aug. 1831 in Abbeville, SC.  (His will was dated 12 July 1831 and proved in Aug. 1831.  Their children were born in Abbeville Co., SC.  (R‑45)

Children - Jones

+1081.   Nancy Jones, b.c. 1798, m. William Graham, c. 1825, d. aft 1860.

+1082.   William Saluda Jones, b. 1 Jan. 1801, m(1) Lucy Overton Pettus (#773), 17 Aug. 1821, m(2) Maria Louisa Hill, 8 Feb. 1870, d. 17 Aug. 1886.

+1083.   Wiley Jones, b.c. 1803, m. Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1825, d. aft. 1860.

  1084.   Waller G. Jones, b.c. 1805.

  1085.   Milly Jones, b.c. 1806, m. Christopher Watson, bef. 1831 (Abbeville, SC).

  1086.   Polly Jones, b.c. 1808, m. Nathan Glover, bef. 1831.

  1087.   Sarah Jones, b.c. 1811, m. Robert Waters, bef. 1831.

+1088.   Glenly F. Jones, b. 12 April 1812, m. Robert C. Morgan, 27 Jan. 1830, d. 18 June 1853 (Tuscaloosa Co., AL).

  1089.   Dorothy F. Jones, b.c. 1814.

  1090.   Emley G. Jones, b.c. 1815, m. Jay ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  1091.   Eleah (Alexander) S. Jones, b.c. 1818.

  1092.   Albert W. Jones, b.c. 1820, d. Abbeville, SC.

  1093.   James D. Jones, b.c. 1822.

 

James Wait (272) was born about 1799 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died after 1840.  He married Sarah Sims (#267), daughter of Zachariah Sims and Elizabeth Graves, before 1800.  She was born about 1784 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died after 1870 in Pontotoc Co. MS.  (R‑45)

Children - Wait

+1094.   Thomas Wait, b.c. 1805, m(1) Rhoda Sims (#1078), c. 1827, m(2) Charlotte ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1877, d aft. 1880.

+1095.   Phillip Wait, b.c. 1805, m. Brissilla ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1825, aft. 1860.

+1096.   James Matthew Wait, b. 1810-1820, m. Tempy A. Willard, bef. 1842, d. 1850.

+1097.   Madison Wait, b.c. 1816, m. Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1836, d. aft. 1870.

+1098.   Zachariah Wait, b. 15 Sept. 1821, m. Rebecca W. Roberts, 20 Dec. 1844, d. 30 June 1864.

+1099.   Sarah A. Wait, b.c. 1825, m(1) Joel Sugg, 19 April 1849, m(2) Boswell Freeman, 8 May 1858, d. aft. 1880.

+1100.   Virginia Wait, b.c. 1830, m. John Scott, 15 May 1855, d. aft. 1880.

 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM GRAVES (40) AND SARAH FISHER

John Graves (274) was born 19 Aug. 1775, probably in VA, died 16 May 1839 (or 9 Nov. 1838) in Washington Co., KY, and was buried on what is now Jim Powell farm on Wesley Miller Road, near Mackville, KY..  He first married Margaret Stinnett, daughter of John Stinnett, on 2 Feb. 1795 in Mercer Co., KY.  She was born in Aug. 1775 in Amherst Co., VA, died 20 June 1836 in Washington Co., KY, and was also buried in the cemetery in what is now Jim Powell farm.  After Margaret died, John married second Delilah (Smith) Bailey.  The children listed below were all named in the will of John Graves in Washington Co.

It was previously thought that this John Graves was a son of Leonard Graves of Mercer Co., KY, who first married Mariah Gordon and married second Sarah Brown, but that does not appear to be so.

Matilda Graves and William C. Graves are recorded as being born seven days apart; apparently one of those dates is incorrect.  However, those dates do appear on their tombstones.  (R‑224, R‑286)

Children - Graves, by Margaret Stinnett

+1101.   Nathan Graves, b.c. 1798, m. Margaret Hart, 12 Nov. 1817, d. after 1870.

  1102.   Milly Graves, b.c. 1800, m(1) Matthew Flournoy, 12 Oct. 1816 (Washington Co., KY), m(2) Seth Sevil.

+1103.   William C. Graves, b. 27 Oct. 1801, m. Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 24 July 1890.

+1104.   Matilda Graves, b. 3 Nov. 1801, m. James Bailey III, 20 (or 30) Oct. 1823, d. Oct. 1836.

+1105.   Mahala Graves, b.c. 1804, m. Charles Brady, 1 Dec. 1823, d. aft. 1880.

+1106.   Hardin Graves, b.c. 1805, m. Rhoda Gabbert, 18 Sept. 1828, d. aft. 1870.

  1107.   Johnson Graves, b.c. 1800-1810, m. Laviney ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  His will was dated 26 Jan. 1846, Mercer Co., KY.  He was listed in the 1840 census for Washington Co., KY, age 30-40 (b. 1800-1810), with 1 male under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 female under 5, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 20-30 (perhaps his wife).  In 1840 he was living next to or near his uncles Uriah and William, and Zachariah Lawson who was probably the husband of his aunt Nancy.

  1108.   Nancy Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Mayes.

+1109.   Felix Graves, b. 13 Jan. 1815, m. Mary Long, d. 26 March 1896.

 

Jane (or Jean or Joan) Graves (275) was born about 1779, and died between 1839 and 1842 in Washington Co., KY.  She married John Pearce (or Pierce) on 7 Jan. 1797 in Washington Co., KY.  (R‑416)

Children - Pierce

  1110.   William Pierce, b.c. 1798.

  1111.   John Thomas C. Pierce, b.c. 1799.

  1112.   James Pierce, b.c. 1800.

+1113.   Aaron Pierce, b. 11 Feb. 1811, m. Chiniasia Brown, 6 Aug. 1831, d.c. 1872.

  1114.   Adam Pierce, b.c. 1811, m. Maria Parks.  May be a twin of Aaron.

  1115.   Elizabeth Pierce, b.c. 1812, d. 13 June 1842.

 

William Graves, Jr. (276) was born about 1781 in Washington Co., KY, and died 24 Dec. 1850 (or in 1852).  He married Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Sweeney, daughter of Moses Sweeney (b. 1734 (near Belfast, Antrim, Ireland), d. 27 June 1813 (Lincoln Co., KY) and Elizabeth Johnson (d. 1832), on 4 Aug. 1805 in Lincoln Co., KY.  Moses Sweeney was the witness.  Betsy was born about 1785 in Amherst Co., VA and died in Washington Co., KY, probably 18 June 1843.  In settlement of Elizabeth Sweeney's estate, a William Graves helped.  William Graves also signed a receipt in settlement of Moses Sweeney's estate, 4 Feb. 1815, Lincoln Co., Ky.

According to Lincoln Co. Marriages & Tombstone Inscriptions, by S. Dunn, 1780-1850, Old Drake Cem.: William Graves, 30 Jan. 1768-14 Dec. 1852, a soldier under Anthony Wayne.

According to Virginia Genealogist, p. 120, Henry Co. Wills: Will of William Graves of Henry Co., dated 12 May 1790, To my son William Graves at his mother's death one Negro.  Lists other children and is by William Graves, Sr.

According to some people (R‑541, R‑542), William Graves married Peggy Graham on 11 July 1812 (or before 1810) in Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., KY, and had daughter Sydney (Lyseney) Graves, b. 20 Aug. 1809 (or 1810) in Mercer Co., KY, and married Michael Yankee (or Yankey) on 4 June 1827 in Mercer Co., KY.  This seems to be in conflict with some of the other information presented here, and it is not known which is correct.  It appears that there may be two different men named William Graves who married different wives in different counties, but that is not clear.  (R‑225, R‑562)

Children - Graves

+1116.   Sydney Graves , b. 20 Aug. 1810, m. Michael Yankee, 4 June 1827, d. 19 July 1869.

+1117.   Woodford Graves, b.c. 1811-15, m. Caroline Sweeney, d. bef. 1870.

+1118.   Marinda Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1810-1820, m. Milton Busby, d. bef. 1850.

+1119.   William Franklin Graves, b. March 1822, m. Amy C. Mayes, d. aft. 1880.

 

Elizabeth Graves (277) was born about 1786 in VA, died 6 April 1842 in Washington Co., KY, and was buried on White Hall Rd., Washington Co., KY.  She married Jesse Peter (or Peters), son of William Peter and Frances ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 6 Dec. 1814 in Washington Co., KY.  He was born 29 April 1770 in VA, died 14 Jan. 1848 in Washington Co., KY, and was buried on White Hall Rd., Washington Co., KY.  He is said to have married second Milly Sweeny, and married third Nancy Graves, but that may not be correct.  Their children were born in Washington Co., KY.  (R‑286)

Children - Peter

  1120.   Gideon Peter, b. 11 Feb. 1816, d. 12 Oct. 1837 (Washington Co., KY).

+1121.   Milly Sweeney Peter, b. 18 Dec. 1818, m. Joseph Turner, 25 Aug. 1836, d. 10 Dec. 1880.

  1122.   Elisha Peter, b. 29 March 1820, d. 18 Jan. 1823.

+1123.   Hartford Peter, b. 31 Dec. 1822, m(1) Jane Ellen Cornish, Nov. 1851, m(2) Arena Shewmaker, 6 Oct. 1857, d. 5 April 1872.

  1124.   Cyrus Peter, b. 20 May 1823, d. 1844 (Castile River, Clinton Co., MO).

+1125.   Cynthia Ann Peter, b. 15 Jan. 1825, m. Brazzeal Parrott, 19 Jan. 1843, d. 9 Sept. 1895.

  1126.   Frances Peter, b. 10 Sept. 1830, d. 15 Feb. 1831 (Washington Co., KY).

 

Nancy Graves (278) was born about 1788, and died by 25 March 1850.  She married Zachariah Lawson, son of John Lawson and Susannah (“Sukey”) Stinnett, on 12 March 1806 in Washington Co., KY.  He was born about 1784 in VA, and died 16 Nov. 1869 in Washington Co., KY.  He was recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Washington Co., KY with wife Darcus.  He married second Darcus Rogers on 25 March 1850 in Washington Co., KY.  (R‑286)

Children - Lawson, by Nancy Graves

  1127.   Golsby Lawson, b. bef. 1810, m. Catherine Yankee, 22 Oct. 1828 (Mercer Co., KY), d. 9 Dec. 1894.  She was b. bef. 1812.

  1128.   Lewis Lawson, b.c. 1810, m. Delila Lawson, 17 Dec. 1834, d. 30 Nov. 1900.

  1129.   Manson Lawson, b.c. 1814, m. Esther Hart, 20 March 1832 (Mercer Co., KY), d. aft. 1880.  She was b.c. 1811 (KY), d. aft. 1880.

+1130.   Elizabeth Lawson, b.c. 1815, m. Thomas Hall, 8 Oct. 1836, d. aft. 1880.

  1131.   Caroline Lawson, b.c. 1816, m. Patrick Hood, 18 Dec. 1834 (Washington Co., KY), d. aft. 1850.  He was b.c. 1811 (VA), d. aft. 1850.

+1132.   Milton Lawson, b. 23 Oct. 1818 (Washington Co., KY), m. Eliza Yankee, 12 Jan. 1839, d. 10 Feb. 1888.

 

 

Thomas Graves (279) was born 15 Jan. 1790 at a fort at the forks of the Kentucky River in KY, and died in Jan. 1855.  He married Sarah (“Sally”) Lawson on 22 Feb. 1812 in Washington Co., KY.  She was born about 1790 in KY.  They were in the 1850 census for Washington Co., KY, page 143, dwelling 179, with children Jackson, Susannah and Caroline still living with their parents.  (R‑286)

Children - Graves

  1133.   Andrew Jackson Graves, b.c. 1815-1817 (VA or KY), m. Jestine ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  She was b.c. 1827 in KY.  There is not absolute proof that this is the son of Thomas and Sarah, but the census records make it look very likely.  He was in the 1850 census as Jackson Graves, with his parents, and in the 1880 census as Andrew J. Graves, age 63, farmer, with his wife and no children.

  1134.   Susannah Graves, b.c. 1819 (VA).

+1135.   Caroline Graves, b.c. 1826, m. William Smith Christerson.

 

James Graves (280) was born about 1793 in Washington Co., KY, and died 11 May 1865.  He first married Ruth (or Rutha) Sherrell on 10 Feb. 1814 in Washington Co., KY.  She was born about 1796 in KY.  He married second ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  James and Rutha were recorded on the 1850 census in Washington Co., KY, page 220, dwelling 1233, with children Otis and Orrill listed, both born in KY.  James was a farmer.

Children - Graves

  1136.   Otis Graves, b.c. 1830.  He was a blacksmith.

  1137.   Orrill Graves, b.c. 1832.  He was a farmer.

 

Lewis Graves (281) was born 25 Oct. 1798 in KY, and died after 16 Aug. 1850 when he and son James were recorded on the census in McDonough Co., IL.  He married Sarah J. Milbourne on 6 Feb. 1822 in Washington Co., KY.  He was a carpenter.  Their children were born in KY.  (R‑189)

Children - Graves

  1138.   Nancy G. Graves, b. 15 March 1823.

  1139.   Robert Kendal Graves, b. 30 May 1825.

  1140.   John W. Graves, b. 3 May 1827.

  1141.   William H. Graves, b. 8 Dec. 1828.

+1142.   James Thomas Graves, b. 18 Jan. 1836, m. Eleanor Elizabeth Black, 1 July 1858, d. 24 April 1902.

 

Edward J. Graves (282) was born about 1801 (or 1803) in Washington Co., KY, and died about July 1868 in Boone Co., MO.  He first married Lucinda (“Lucy”) Schooling (or Schollney) on 7 Aug. 1823.  She died about 1833-1835.  He married second Lydia Wisdom, daughter of Thomas Wisdom and Luranna Barnes, on 2 June 1835 in Boone Co., MO.  She was born 12 Oct. 1812 in KY, and died 3 March 1902 in Boone Co., MO.  All children by his first marriage were born in Washington Co., KY, and those by the second marriage were born in MO, probably Boone Co.  Edward and Lydia were in the 1850 census for Boone Co., MO, household 180, with son John from his first marriage and all the children of his second marriage.  (R‑248)

Children - Graves, by Lucinda Schooling

+1143.   Simeon Schooling Graves, b. 17 May 1824, m. Lucy Ann Barnes, 6 Oct. 1842, d. 9 Jan. 1894.

+1144.   Joseph William Graves, b. 22 Jan. 1826, m. Susan Amilda Hendren, 18 Nov. 1851, d. 1864.

+1145.   Susanna E. Graves, b. 10 Nov. 1830, m. Robert B. Seymour, 15 March 1849, d. 19 Nov. 1901.

+1146.   John Thomas Graves, b. 10 Jan. 1833, m. Lucy A. McKittrick, 29 Feb. 1852, d. 13 July 1874.

Children - Graves, by Lydia Wisdom

+1147.   James Fielding Graves, b. 19 March 1836, m. Ann Woods, 24 Feb. 1859, d. 3 Nov. 1875.

+1148.   Nancy Jane Graves, b. 8 Nov. 1837, m. John P. Naylor, c. 1860, d. 1 Dec. 1903.

+1149.   Pollard Wisdom Graves, b. 25 Dec. 1839, m. Helen Margaret Cochran, 2 Jan. 1865, d. 2 Dec. 1922.

+1150.   Lucy Ellen Graves, b.c. 1842, m. Eli G. Rowland, 11 Feb. 1858, d. bef. 10 March 1878.

+1151.   Sarah C. Graves, b. July 1845, m. Benjamin F. Davis, 24 Dec. 1866, d. aft. 1910.

  1152.   Lura Anna (or Luvannah) Graves, b.c. 1847, m. John Ritter, 17 Feb. 1878 (Boone Co., MO), d.c. 1888.  She was listed as Lousany or Lourany in the 1850 census.

 

CHILDREN OF FRANCES GRAVES (42) AND JOHN WAIT

Philip Wait (288) was born 20 Sept. 1782 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died between June 1850 and 6 Feb. 1851 in Laurens Co., SC.  He married Rhoda Francis Powell on 1 Feb. 1807 in Laurens Co., SC.  She was born in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 20 July 1847 in Laurens Co., SC.  He and daughter Peachy and son-in-law Richard Tinny were recorded on the 1850 census in Laurens Co., SC.  (R‑45)

Children - Wait

  1153.   Obed Madison Wait, b. 31 Jan. 1808, d. 18 Feb. 1808.

+1154.   Lilly Franklin Wait, b. 14 June 1809, m. Sarah Minverva Ghent, 16 Sept. 1830, d. Feb. 1869.

  1155.   Polly Bobo Wait, b. 9 Feb. 1811, d. 28 Sept. 1831.

+1156.   John Culpepper Wait, b. 6 Sept. 1813, m. Jane Adeline McCullough, 17 March 1842, d. 10 Feb. 1867.

+1157.   Mariah Powell Wait, b. 10 Feb. 1816, m. James Calhoun Clardy, c. 1845, d. 11 July 1885.

  1158.   Rhoda Francis Wait, b. 25 Oct. 1818, m. John Hamilton, 22 Nov. 1839, d. aft. 1853.

+1159.   Peachy Leavell Wait, b. 20 April 1820, m. John Richard Tinny, 3 Feb. 1848, d. 26 Sept. 1886.

+1160.   Philip Crain Wait, b. 22 Feb. 1822, m. Sarah Ann Clardy, d. Aug. 1863.

+1161.   Belinda Elisabeth Wait, b. 6 Nov. 1824, m. Robert Todd, 27 Dec. 1846, d. 1863.

 

Franklin Wait (289) was born about 1784 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in 1838 in Laurens Co., SC.  He first married Orphie Hansel Sims on 27 April 1828 in Laurens Co., SC.  She was born about 1808 and died 11 Aug. 1830[40], both in Laurens Co., SC.  He married second Sarah West on 5 April 1837 in Laurens Co., SC.  She was born about 1815 and died between 8 Aug. and 27 Aug. 1868, both in Laurens Co., SC.  She was recorded on the 1850 census in Laurens Co., SC with her children.  (R‑45)

Children - Wait, by Orphie Sims

+1162.   John Travis Wait (twin), b. 31 March 1829, m. Rutha Watson, 2 April 1850, d. 1860.

  1163.   J. Louis Wait (twin), b. 31 March 1829.

Children - Wait, by Sarah West

  1164.   Elizabeth Wait, b.c. 1832.

+1165.   Luda Jasper Wait, b.c. 1835, m. Alice A. Dunn, bef. 1857, d. 1862.

 

Peachy (or Peachey) Wait (290) was born 2 March 1786 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died after 1860.  She married William J. Crocker, son of William Crocker and Nancy Ann Burke.  He was born about 1783 in SC, and died after 1850.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Lauderdale Co., TN.  Peachy was recorded on the 1860 census in Lauderdale Co., TN living with her son James’ family.  Her first three children were born in SC and the last in TN.  There may be other children than the ones listed below.  (R‑45)

Children - Crocker

+1166.   Lilly Crocker, b. 29 Aug. 1807, m. Lucinda Holland, 21 Dec. 1828, 23 March 1879.

+1167.   Joseph F. Crocker, b.c. 1822, m. Beersheba Lucey, 21 Dec. 1842, d. bet. 1850 and 1860.

+1168.   James M. Crocker, b. 25 Aug. 1825, m(1) Sabra Ann Condray, 27 Jan. 1853, m(2) Louisa Condray, 26 Feb. 1865, d. bef. 1900.

  1169.   Rhoda Crocker, b.c. 1830.

 

Frances Wait (292) was born 14 Feb. 1790 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died in 1865.  She married James Anderson.  He was born about 1780 in VA, and died 5 May 1856.  He was recorded living alone on the 1850 census in Laurens Co., SC.  Frances was recorded on the 1860 census in Waterloo, Laurens Co., SC.  Sons James and George lived with her.  (R‑45)

Children - Anderson

  1170.   William Berry Anderson, m. Rebecca Shirley, d. aft. 1854.

  1171.   Louisa Jane Anderson, b.c. 1822, m. Larkin Hinton Anderson, 11 Jan. 1842, d. after 1860.  They were recorded on the 1860 census in Laurens Co., SC.

  1172.   Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Anderson, d. young.

+1173.   Thomas Anderson, b.c. 1823, m. Nancy Verell, by 1843.

+1174.   Martha Ann Anderson, b. 3 July 1828, m. John Neiswanger Golding, 16 April 1846, d. 7 April 1897.

  1175.   John Anderson, b.c. 1830, m. Sarah Henderson, d. 1861-1865.  Died in the Civil War.

+1176.   George F. Anderson, b. Feb. 1834, m. Jane Smith, c. 1865, d. bet. 1910 and 1920.

  1177.   James J. Anderson, b.c. 1836, d. 1861-1865.  Died in the Civil War.

 

CHILDREN OF JAMES F. GRAVES (43)

William (or Williamson) Graves (297) was born about 1785, supposedly near olod Richmond, VA, and died about 1843 in Rockcastle Co., KY.  The place of his birth and the date of his death are according to his youngest daughter Martha, who left some notes in the family Bible.  He served in the War of 1812 in Byrne’s Regiment, Virginia Militia as a private.  His name has been given in records both as William and as Williamson.

Williamson married Sarah Evans[41] in KY, either Garrard or Madison Co.  No record of the marriage has been found.  She was born 15 April 1804 in VA[42], was taken sick with paralysis 5 May 1853, and died 26 June 1867.  She was a daughter of Edward Evans and ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Vaughn of Lancaster, Garrard Co., KY.

Sarah's daughter Martha wrote in the family Bible: "It was 1853 that my dear ma was taken sick with paralysis and lived til 1867, 26 day of June, 45 years ago today and my heart overflows with grief to think of her.  I wonder if my children will think of me when I have been gone 45 years."  "April 5, 1914 - 61 years today my dear Mother was stricken with paralysis and never spoke a word for four weeks.  I was 15 the Dec. before and I thought I could not live if ma died.  I loved her better than all else on earth.  She was the best mother ever lived.  My father died when I was 6 and ma raised us alone.  Never would let us tease her about remarrying.  She was so good..."

They lived in Rockcastle Co., KY in 1810, and in Madison Co., KY until about 1841.  Williamson is believed to have died shortly after they moved.  (R‑488, R‑490)

Children - Graves

+1178.   Thomas Graves, b. June 1814, m. Sarah Matilda Grider, d. April 1887.

+1179.   William Breckinridge Graves, b.c. 1817, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Easter (or Esther) Ann Butner, 15 Feb. 1838, d. 26 Oct. 1862.

+1180.   Adeline America Graves, b.c. 1818, m(1) Charles Lafayette King, m(2) James Hardin, 8 March 1872, d. 15 Sept. 1892.

+1181.   William H. Graves, b.c. 1820-1822, m(1) Martha Ester Crews, m(2) Catherine E. Freeman, 8 Feb. 1856, d. 5 June 1874.

  1182.   Sarah Jane (or Ann) Graves, d. 1833.

+1183.   Eliza Eveline Graves, b. 16 April 1825, m. William A. Butner, 18 Feb. 1840, d. 4 (or 14) Dec. 1868.

+1184.   John Leonidas Graves, b.c. 1825, m. Martha Ann Hill, 24 Feb. 1846, d. 9 April 1893.

+1185.   Clementine Graves, b.c. 1830, m. Jeff Cannefax, d. 19 Oct. 1862.

+1186.   Stephen Milton Graves, b.c. 1833, m. Mary Hill, d. 31 July 1899.

+1187.   Martha Angeline Graves, b. Dec. 1837, m. William Allen Aikman, c. 1854, d. 5 Aug. 1925.

 

Susanna Graves (298) was born 15 Dec. 1787 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 30 Jan. 1850 in Rockcastle Co., KY.  She married John Collier, Jr. on 8 April 1803.  He died 6 July 1833.  (R‑912)

Children - Collier

  1188.   Elizabeth Collier, b. 1804, never married, d. 1864.

  1189.   Hannah Collier, b. 1806, m. John Berry, 1827.

  1190.   James Collier, b. 1809, m. Rebecca H. Coyle, 6 Oct. 1837, d. 1875.

  1191.   John Collier, b. 1811, never married.

  1192.   Stephen Collier, b. 1814, d. 1828.

  1193.   William Collier, b. 28 March 1816, m. Margaret Hansford, 1844.

  1194.   Susanna Collier, b. 1821, m. John Gary Seargent, 1839, d. 1902.  He was b. 1818 and d. 1887.

  1195.   Mary Ann Collier, b. 1826, m. Jesse Caleb Williams, d. 1910.

 

Joseph Graves (303) was born about 1799 in Rockcastle Co., KY[43], and died after 1880, probably in Jackson, Cass Co., IN[44].  He married Sarah Ann Howe on 22 Dec. 1821 in Versailles, Ripley Co., IN.  He was age 21 and she was age 16 when married.  She was born about 1804-1806 in OH, and probably died 1870-1880 in IN, since she was in the 1870 census but Joseph was a widower in 1880.

Joseph was in the 1830 census for Decatur Co., IN, page 392, with 1 male under 5, 1 male 30-40, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10, and 1 female 20-30.  He was in the 1840 census for Decatur Co., IN, page 224, with 2 males under 5, 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 40-50, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 30-40.  The 1850 census for Jackson, Cass Co., IN, page 480, listed children Mary, James, John, George, and Newbury.  They were in the 1860 census for Jackson, Cass Co., IN, Logansport P.O., page 659, with children John and Newberry, living next door to son James.  They were in the 1870 census for Jackson, Cass Co., IN, Galveston P.O., page 111, with only son John living with them.  In the 1880 census for Jackson, Cass Co., IN, page 445C, Joseph, widower, 80, was living with son James.  He was a farmer.  Their children were born in IN.

Children - Graves

  1196.   daughter, b.c. 1820-1825.

  1197.   son, b.c. 1825-1830.

  1198.   Mary C. Graves, b.c. 1828.

+1199.   James D. F. Graves, b.c. 1830, m(1) Eliza ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Rebecca Stanley, March 18??, d. by 1900.

  1200.   John J. (or F.) Graves, b.c. 1833, probably never married.  He was in the 1880 census for Jackson, Cass Co., IN, page 445D, living as a boarder and retired farmer next door to his brother Newberry.

  1201.   George Graves, b.c. 1835.

+1202.   Newberry G. Graves, b.c. 1839, m. Anna M. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1870, d. 2 March 1917.

 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH GRAVES (44) AND NELLIE BRANHAM

Hedgeman Bratten Graves (304) was born about 1810, probably in Warsaw, Gallatin Co., KY, died 1876, and was buried at Mississippi Baptist Church on Route 123 between Arlington and Columbus, KY.  He first married Mahala Glore (also known as Martha Cloar or Clore, or as Mary Ann Clore) on 13 Oct. 1831 in Boone Co., KY.  He was a Baptist minister and moved around a lot.  In 1860 he was arrested by Union troops occupying Columbus, KY "for seditious utterances", and was jailed with son William Thomas Graves.  He married second widow Mary A. Richardson Wilson in 1863.  She was born 7 Oct. 1817 in OH, and died 1910, supposedly near Ste. Genevieve, MO.  It is said she was a cousin of Daniel Boone.  There were no children by this second marriage.

Hedgeman was listed in the 1840 census of Gallatin Co., KY and in the 1850 census of Ballard Co., KY.  (R‑197, R‑198)

Children - Graves

  1203.   Cheatham Graves, went to California in gold rush.

  1204.   Louis (or Lewis) Graves, went west about 1850.  Returned and fought at Vicksburg for the Union in the Civil War.

  1205.   James ("Jim") Cloar Graves, b.c. 1834.  He was a Universalist preacher.

+1206.   Joseph Allen Graves, b.c. 1836, m. Elizabeth Jane Ellis, bef. 1900.

  1207.   Nimrod Graves, b.c. 1838.

  1208.   Frank Graves, b.c. 1842 (twin).  Confederate soldier.

  1209.   Ellen Graves, b.c. 1842 (twin), m. Garrett Deweese.  Lived in Burkley, KY.

+1210.   William Thomas Graves, b. Dec. 1848, m. Mary Elizabeth Hogancamp.

  1211.   Ran Graves

 

Horace Graves (305) was born about 1813 in KY.  Like his brother, Lorenzo, he was listed as a constable in the 1850 census.  He married Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  She was born about 1826 in KY.  They were in the 1850 census for Gallatin Co., KY, page 155, dwelling 48.  Living with them in 1850 was Henry J. Jackson, 8.  All household members were born in KY.

Children - Graves

  1212.   Nancy E. Graves, b.c. 1844.

  1213.   Thomas A. Graves, b.c. 1847,

 

Lorenzo (or Loranzo) ("Ran") D. Graves (306) was born about 1818, probably in Warsaw, Gallatin Co., KY.  He married Virginia Hampton on 21 Dec. 1845.  She was born about 1830 in KY.  He was listed as a constable in the 1850 census, and was later a judge.  During the Civil War he took his family to Cincinnati, Ohio, but afterward returned to Warsaw, KY.  They later moved to Mt. Pleasant, MI.  They were in the 1850 census for Gallatin Co., KY, page 153, dwelling 19.  Living with them in 1850 were Nancy J. Hampton, 15, Thomas J. Hampton, 13, Emma Hampton, 10, and Jeanna Hampton, 8, probably all siblings of Virginia.  (R‑197)

Children - Graves

  1214.   Henry H. Graves, b. 12 Jan. 1847 (Warsaw, KY), m. Lulu B. Robinson, 18 April 1871 (Warsaw, KY).  He was a judge in Mt. Pleasant, MI. in the 1870's, and also ran a newspaper there.

  1215.   Anna Graves, b.c. 1849.

 

CHILDREN OF MARY GRAVES (50) AND RICHARD PARKS

Ann (“Annis”) Parks (316) was born about 1765 in VA, and died about 1833 in Allen Co., KY.  She married John Francis Pulliam.  He was born about 1760-1770 in VA, and died about 1831 in Allen Co., KY.  ((R‑482)

Children - Pulliam

+1216.   Mary Pulliam, b.c. 1791, m. James Cushenberry, 14 Feb. 1824, d. 28 July 1854.

  1217.   Frances Pulliam, m. William Long.

  1218.   Margaret Pulliam, m. Jonathan Brunson, 20 Feb. 1812 (Warren Co., KY).

+1219.   Gabriel Pulliam, b.c. 1807, m. Nancy Reynolds, 20 Sept. 1828, d. aft. 1840.

 

Sarah (“Sallie”) Parks (317) was baptized in 1769 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died about 1819 in Bardstown, Nelson Co., KY.  She married Thomas Tutt, son of Reuben Tutt and Sarah Covington, on 23 Aug. 1787 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born about 1762 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 9 July 1804 in Nelson Co., KY.  Their children were born in VA.  She married second James Watkins on 10 Oct. 1818 in Nelson Co., KY.  (R‑38, R‑74, R‑75)

Children - Tutt

+1220.   William M. Tutt, b.c. 1788, m. Katherine Connor, 17 Sept. 1817, d. 1860.

+1221.   Martha Kavenaugh Tutt, b.c. 1790, m. Thompson Botts, 10 June 1807, d.c. 1829.

  1222.   Sarah Covington Tutt, b.c. 1792, m. Charles Botts, 15 Feb. 1808 (Nelson Co., KY.  Charles was b. 17 Sept. 1784 (Stafford Co., VA), son of Thomas Joseph Botts and Catherine Butler, and d. May 1846 (Montgomery Co., KY).

+1223.   Mary P. Tutt, b. 16 Oct. 1794, m. Richard Parks, 15 Oct. 1814.

+1224.   Elizabeth Tutt, b.c. 1796, m. Samuel Baird Van Cleave, 13 March 1820, d. aft. 1860.

  1225.   Emily Tutt, b.c. 1798, m. John Mobley, 5 May 1817 (Nelson Co., KY).

+1226.   John Tutt (twin), b.c. 1803, m(1) Susanna C. Hicks, 23 June 1823, m(2) Mary J. Rogers, 22 March 1842, d. 3 Oct. 1867.

+1227.   Richard Lee Tutt (twin), b.c. 1803, m. Sarah Lee Hicks, 20 Jan. 1824, d. 17 Feb. 1870.

 

Margaret (“Peggy”) Parks (318) was born 20 April 1772 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 24 Oct. 1806 in Nelson Co., KY.  She married James Francis Nalle, son of Francis Nalle and Ann Gatewood, on 26 April 1792 in Culpeper Co., VA.  He was born 28 Aug. 1768 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 1 Dec. 1851 in Nelson Co., KY.  He married second Lucy Ellen Chenault on 20 Dec. 1807 in KY.  He married third Sally Elliot on 19 Nov. 1830 in Nelson Co., KY and married fourth Sarah Shepherd on 21 June 1840.  (R‑482)

Children - Nalle

  1228.   Richard Parks Nalle, b. 17 May 1793 (Culpeper Co., VA), d. 1838 (Ohio Co., KY).

  1229.   Francis G. Nalle, b. 3 Jan 1795 (Culpeper Co., VA), d. 16 July 1823 (Nelson Co., KY).

  1230.   James Nalle (twin), b. 27 March 1797, d. 1797.

  1231.   Jessie Nalle (twin) [daughter], b. 27 March 1797.

  1232.   Ann Nalle, b. 16 June 1798, d. 1798.

  1233.   Sally Nalle, b. 1 June 1802 (Culpeper Co., VA), m. James Lewis, 14 Sept. 1819 (Nelson Co., KY), d. 19 Aug. 1852.

+1234.   Larkin Gatewood Nalle, b. 7 Oct. 1804, m(1) Juliette Ann Griffin, 15 Dec. 1825, m(2) Catherine Ann Lewis, 6 July 1848, d. 28 Nov. 1888.

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN GRAVES (52)

Dr. John Temple Graves (320) was born about 1796 in Wilkes Co., GA, and died 21 Oct. 1826.  He was a southern planter of wealth and prominence.  He married Sophia (or Ann) Dickinson about 1816.  She was born in 1801 and died in 1842.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves

+1235.   Sarah Dillard Graves, b. 1817, m. Simeon Hester, July 1833, d. 10 Dec. 1848.

+1236.   James Porterfield Graves, b. 3 Sept. 1820, m. Catherine Florida Townes, 19 May 1847.

  1237.   Catherine Ann Graves, b. 1823, d. 1838.

 

CHILDREN OF NANCY GRAVES (53) AND JAMES C. GOODWIN

Joseph Graves Goodwin (322) was born 26 Feb. 1789 in Pendleton Co., KY, and died 24 June 1872 in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY.  He first married his first cousin Frances Coleman Graves (#336), daughter of Joseph Graves and Mary Goodwin, on 25 Dec. 1810.  He married second Rachel Downey on 10 June 1831.  (R‑70)

Children - Goodwin, by Frances Graves

+1238.   Joseph J. Goodwin, b. 26 March 1816, m. Lucy Coleman Graves (#376), 24 Oct. 1837, d. 14 Feb. 1863.

  1239.   Benjamin Goodwin, b. 15 Oct. 1818, never married, d. 7 Feb. 1888.

  1240.   John J. Goodwin, b. 24 Nov. 1820, m. Susanna Cartwright.

  1241.   Mary Frances (“Polly”) Goodwin, b. Dec. 1822, m. William Bowman.  No children.

 

Lloyd King Goodwin (323) was born 17 Nov. 1791 in Pendleton Co., KY, and died 9 Jan. 1878 in Fayette Co., KY.  He married Mary Jane Graves (#337), daughter of Joseph Graves and Mary Goodwin, on 25 Aug. 1813.  She was born 14 Jan. 1796, and died 9 Sept. 1880.  He was a Democrat and a Presbyterian.  Their children were born in Fayette Co., KY.  (R‑326, R‑275)

Children - Goodwin

+1242.   Mary Ann Eliza Goodwin, b. 17 Oct. 1814, m. William Hayes, 11 Feb. 1830, d. 16 Oct. 1876.

+1243.   Frances Jane Goodwin, b. 1 March 1817, m. Francis G. Brown, 5 Nov. 1835, d. 22 April 1879.

+1244.   Hardenia Burnley Goodwin, b. 2 Sept. 1819, m. William Harris Coleman, 24 April 1838, d. Feb. 1905.

+1245.   Elizabeth Eleanora Goodwin, b. 17 March 1822, m. Pike Montgomery Thomson, 15 Oct. 1843, d. 17 Oct. 1915.

  1246.   daughter, b. 23 April 1824, d. 6 May 1824.

+1247.   Barbara Adeline Goodwin, b. 27 April 1825, m. Spencer Coleman Tyler, 1 May 1847, d. Feb. 1894.

+1248.   George Joseph Goodwin, b. 8 Nov. 1826, m. Eliza M. Jamison, 18 Dec. 1849, d. 12 April 1899.

+1249.   Nancy Eloisa Goodwin, b. 29 May 1830, m. Joseph L. Cartwright, 2 Dec. 1847, d. 5 Oct. 1911.

  1250.   James Lucien Goodwin, b. 5 April 1832, d. 15 Jan. 1903.

  1251.   daughter, b. and d. 1 July 1834.

  1252.   Benjamin Lloyd Goodwin, b. 29 Sept. 1836, m. Florence Virginia McCauley, Dec. 1898, d. 27 Feb. 1903.

+1253.   Lucinda Victoria Goodwin, b. 20 Sept. 1838, m. John Thompson Hildreth, 5 April 1860, d. 1 Oct. 1924.

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN C. GRAVES (54) AND ELIZABETH PARRISH

Joseph K. Graves (330) was born about 1800 in KY, and died between 1853 and 1860.  He married Susan G. Price on 10 March 1842 near Lexington, Fayette Co., KY.  He moved to Cold Spring, Polk Co., (now San Jacinto Co.), TX about 1845, and died there.  He was recorded as J. C. Graves on the 1850 census in Polk Co., TX.  Also recorded with them was a W. G. Hansborough, age 22, born in KY.  He may have a son of Hamlet Hansborough who married Joseph’s sisters Hannah and Frances.  Susan was recorded on the 1860 census in Cold Springs, Polk Co., TX as the head of the family. By 1870, she had returned to KY and was recorded on the census in Lexington, KY.  She was born about 1813 in KY.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1254.   John Graves, b.c. 1842 (KY).

  1255.   Catharine Graves, b.c. 1842 (KY).

  1256.   Laura Graves, b.c. 1849 (TX).

  1257.   Evan Price Graves, b.c. 1853 (TX), d. aft. 1880.  Recorded on the 1880 census in Houston, Harrison Co., TX.

 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH GRAVES (55)

Adeline Graves (338) was born 15 April 1798, and died 6 Sept. 1844[45].  She married Dr. James Allen Cartwright, son of Justinian Cartwright and Frances Gillaspie, on 11 April 1817 in Fayette Co., KY.  He was born 3 Feb. 1788, probably in KY, and died in 1849 in Caldwell Co., KY.  (R‑191)

Children - Cartwright

  1258.   Serena (“Gennie”) Cartwright

+1259.   Mary Frances Cartwright, b. 12 March 1818, m. William O'Hara, 12 Oct. 1837, d. 14 Sept. 1848.

  1260.   Arabella (“Belle”) Cartwright, b. 9 May 1820, m. John Braxton Wall, d. Nov. 1888.

  1261.   Eliza Ann Cartwright, b. 21 Aug. 1821 (Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY), m. John Redd, d. 16 April 1853.

  1262.   Adeline Graves Goodwin Cartwright, b. 1 April 1823, d. 28 Aug. 1844 (Caldwell Co., KY).

  1263.   Joseph Lafayette Cartwright, b. 25 Oct. 1824, m. Laura Mitchell, d. 5 May 1888.

+1264.   Elizabeth Evelyn Cartwright, b. 20 Feb. 1826, m. William O'Hara, 18 June 1849, d. 7 Sept. 1909.

  1265.   Elnora Cartwright, b. 12 June 1827, d. 29 June 1845.

  1266.   James Newton Cartwright, b. 31 May 1830, d. 29 June 1853 (Caldwell Co., KY).

  1267.   Lucian Justinian Cartwright, b. 15 July 1832, m. Margaret L. Wadlington, 10 Aug. 1859, d. 3 July 1931 (Caldwell Co., KY).

  1268.   Elvira Cartwright, b. 18 Jan. 1834, m. Robert James Key, 29 Sept. 1853, d. 12 April 1868.

  1269.   Milton (“Mack”) M. Cartwright, b. 9 Aug. 1844.

 

Elenora (or Eleanor or Eleonora) Graves (341) was born 28 Nov. 1804 in VA, and died 22 April 1873.  She married Rev. Buford Early Allen on 7 Feb. 1833.  He was born about 1800 in VA.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Fayette Co., KY; their children were born in KY.  (R‑45)

Children - Allen

  1270.   Benjamin R. Allen, b.c. 1827.

  1271.   Buford Allen, b.c. 1832.

  1272.   George Allen, b.c. 1836.

  1273.   Sarah Allen, b.c. 1838.

  1274.   Adeline G. Allen, b. 7 Jan. 1840, m. James M. Graves (#2590), 25 July 1867, d. 28 April 1916.  See #2590 for descendants.

  1275.   Elenora Allen, b.c. 1842.

  1276.   Thomas Allen, b.c. 1844.

  1277.   Simeon Allen, b.c. 1846.

 

Elizabeth Chapman Graves (342) was born 28 Jan. 1806 and died 15 July 1894 (or 7 Feb. 1893), both in Fayette Co., KY[46].  She married Samuel L. Coleman, son of John Coleman and Lucy Chiles, on 22 Nov. 1825 in Fayette Co., KY.  He was born 7 Nov. 1804 and died 16 Nov. 1884, both in Fayette Co.  He was a farmer and belonged to the Macedonia Christian Church.  They lived in Fayette Co., KY.  This information is from the Register of the Ky. Hist. Soc., vol. 34, p. 376, and family records.  (R‑57)

Children - Coleman

+1278.   Mary Ellen Coleman, b. 13 May 1828, m. Levi Prewitt, 23 Oct. 1845, d. 15 July 1894.

  1279.   John George Coleman, b. 30 Sept. 1829, d. 28 July 1840.

  1280.   Joseph Hawes Coleman, b. 28 July 1831, d. 10 May 1833.

  1281.   Samuel Woodson Coleman, b.c. 1833, m. Martha (“Mattie”) Callaway, 17 Jan. 1857, d. 1860.  She was b.c. 1838, d. 1907.  Both bur. Eminence Cem. (Eminence, Henry Co., KY).

  1282.   Lucy Hawes Coleman, b. 22 Aug. 1840, m. Thomas Callaway, d. 9 April 1909.

  1283.   Adeline ("Addie") Coleman, b. March 1842, m. Willard Davis, d. April 1911.

  1284.   Anna Coleman, b. 31 July 1844, m. Samuel W. Willis, 25 May 1864, d. 20 June 1873.

  1285.   Benjamin L. Coleman, b. 16 June 1847, m. Bell Milligan, 10 June 1873, d. 1915.

 

Joseph Graves (343) was born 1 (or 7) March 1809 in Spotsylvania Co., VA[47], and died 23 March 1885.  He married Margaret Ann Hayes, daughter of William Hayes and Lucy Gatewood, on 1 (or 11) Feb. 1830[48] in Fayette Co., KY.  She was born 11 Feb. 1813 in KY, and died in 1887.  The family was recorded on the 1850, 1860, and 1870 censuses in Fayette Co., KY.  Their children were born in KY.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves

+1286.   William Hayes Graves, b. 22 Dec. 1832, m. Susan Frances Smarr, 12 Oct. 1857, d. 6 Dec. 1918.

+1287.   Lucy Graves, b. 15 May 1834, m. Thompson Burnam Field, 28 April 1855, d. 12 Aug. 1914.

  1288.   George W. Graves, b.c. 1837, m. Mary Keene.

  1289.   Mary F. Graves, b.c. 1838, m. William P. Talbott, 29 May 1855 (Aberdeen, OH).  Recorded in Kentucky Marriages, 1797-1865, p. 167 as posted on Ancestry.com.

  1290.   Anna E. Graves, b.c. 1840, m. Lafayette Crutcher, 9 Jan. 1862 (Fayette Co., KY).

  1291.   Ellen Graves, b.c. 1845, m. J. Couchman.

  1292.   Joseph Graves, b.c. 1847.

  1293.   Margaret (“Maggie”) Graves, b. 10 Sept. 1853, d. 1942.  Bur. Lexington Cem.

  1294.   Robert B. Graves, b.c. 1858.

 

Benjamin Robert (or Robert Benjamin) Graves (344) was born 19 April 1813[49] in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 7 Sept. 1887.  He married Jane Rachel Hughes, daughter of Jacob Hughes and Elizabeth Patton Hume[50], on 18 Dec. 1844 in Fayette Co., KY.  She was born about 1823 in KY, died 1 Jan. 1903 in Fayette Co., KY, and was buried in Lexington Cem.  The family was in the 1860 census for District 1, Fayette Co., KY, page 26, dwelling 202, and listed children Jacob H., Elizabeth C., Elenora, and Julia A., all born in KY.  (R‑110, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+1295.   Jacob Hughes Graves, b. 25 Oct. 1846, m. Virginia McKenney, c. 1866, d. 14 Feb. 1921.

  1296.   Elizabeth C. Graves, b.c. 1848, m. Douglas W. Gay.

  1297.   Elenora Burnley Graves, b.c. 1854, m. J. W. Coleman.

  1298.   Julia A. Graves, b. 1860, m. S. D. Ganff.

  1299.   Harriet (“Hallie”) Graves, b. 20 July 1863, m. J. D. Wilson, d. 24 Feb. 1939 (Fayette Co., KY, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, cert. 3551).  Bur. Lexington Cem.

 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN F. GRAVES (56) AND POLLY DUDLEY

James Dudley Graves (345) was probably born about 1800 or so.  He is believed to have been the father of the children listed below.  He married Mary Elizabeth Chandler.  They lived in Caswell Co., NC, and apparently moved to TN, perhaps in the early 1830's.

Although he is believed to be a son of Benjamin Franklin Graves and Polly Dudley, more proof is needed.  (R‑507, R‑508)

Children - Graves

+1300.   James Dudley Chandler Graves, b. 4 Dec. 1828, m(1) Rebecca Fox (or Rice), m(2) Winnie Mariah (Kinsolving) Tison, 1 Nov. 1868, d. 22 Jan. 1913.

  1301.   Josephine ("Josie") Graves, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Weaver.  Lived in KY or MO according to R‑507.

+1302.   Nancy Jane Graves, b. 27 March 1838, m. James Johnson, 24 Dec. 1857, d. 3 Nov. 1895.

 

CHILDREN OF POLLY GRAVES (57) AND JOSEPH CHINN

Sarah Chinn (359) was born 22 Nov. 1800 in KY, and died 28 Sept. 1882 in Monroe Co., MO.  She first married Henry Smith Hawkins on 27 Nov. 1822 in Bourbon Co., KY.  She married second Hubbell Shropshire, son of Abner Shropshire and Susannah Foster, on 2 July 1853 in Bourbon Co., KY (M.B. 3, p. 132, license issued 30 June 1853).  He was born 24 Aug. 1797 in Bourbon Co., KY, and died 1 Jan. 1866.  (R‑241)

Children - Hawkins

+1303.   Mary Catherine Hawkins, b. 28 Oct. 1828, m(1) Newton Kendall, m(2) Hubbell A. Christopher Chinn (#1311), 9 July 1863, d. 12 July 1900.  See #1311 for Chinn descendants.

 

Christopher Chinn (363) was born 11 Feb. 1808 in KY, and died 6 April 1871 in Monroe Co., MO.  He married Nancy (Shropshire) Parrish, daughter of Abner Shropshire and Susannah Foster, on 11 Feb. 1830 in KY.  She first married Calloway S. Parrish on 6 Oct. 1818 in Bourbon Co., KY and had three children.  She was born 6 Jan. 1800 in Bourbon Co., KY, and died 28 Sept. 1882 in Monroe Co., MO.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Monroe Co., MO; their first four children were born in KY and the others in MO.  (R‑241)

Children - Chinn

+1304.   Sarah Suzanne Chinn, b. Jan. 1831, m. George W. Webb, 12 Sept. 1850, d. 10 May 1907.

  1305.   Mary Matilda Chinn, b. 10 June 1832, m. Willis Atterbury, d. 31 July 1917.

  1306.   Elizabeth Perry Chinn, b. 20 Jan. 1834, m. Thomas Palmer, d. 31 Dec. 1912.

  1307.   Louisa Ann Chinn, b. 28 April 1836, m(1) Sidney Heathman, 20 May 1855 (Monroe Co., MO), m(2) James D. Hurt, 9 Aug. 1874 (Monroe Co., MO), d. aft. 1900.

  1308.   Nancy Ellen Chinn, b. 25 Dec. 1836, m. William T. Delany, 5 Sept. 1858 (Monroe Co., MO), d. aft. 1900.

  1309.   Julia M. Chinn, b. 10 April 1839, d. 15 Sept. 1840.

  1310.   John Milton Chinn, b. 27 Nov. 1840, d. 15 March 1863.

+1311.   Hubbell A. Christopher Chinn, b. 16 Aug. 1842, m(1) Mary Catherine (Hawkins) Kendall (#1303), 9 July 1863, m(2) Anna Vanderen, 21 Jan. 1903, d. 1 Jan. 1916.

 

Penelope Chinn (364) was born 15 Feb. 1810 in KY, and died 3 Aug. 1866 in Columbia, Monroe Co., MO.  She married Walter Shropshire, son of Abner Shropshire and Susannah Foster, on 23 June 1828 in Bourbon Co., KY (M.B. 2, p. 221).  He was born 11 Nov. 1801 in Bourbon Co., KY, and died 23 Oct. 1867 in Monroe Co., MO.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in District 5, Monroe Co., MO.  (R‑241)

Children - Shropshire

+1312.   Margaret Ann Shropshire, b. 2 Dec. 1829, m. William B. Webb, 30 Nov. 1848, d. 30 Aug. 1858.

  1313.   Hiram Joseph Shropshire, b. 30 Nov. 1831, m(1) Mollie V. Martin, m(2) Susan (“Sunie”) Shropshire, 19 July 1883, d. 13 Aug. 1883 (Monroe Co., MO).  Mollie was b. 24 Oct. 1840, d. 25 June 1883.  Susan was b. 17 Nov. 1847 (KY), daughter of Oliver Hazard Perry Shropshire and Ellen Hawkins, d. 6 April 1919.

+1314.   Mary Susan Shropshire, b. 15 Sept. 1833, m. Josiah T. Dickson, 4 July 1859, d. 29 May 1912.

+1315.   America Jane Shropshire, b. 22 Dec. 1836, m. Claiborne Rash, d. 6 March 1922.

  1316.   Milton Shropshire, b. 26 Sept. 1839, d. 7 Sept. 1864.

  1317.   Sarah Catherine Shropshire, b. 13 Feb. 1841, m. Thomas B. Dry, b.c. 1870, d. Dec. 1919.  One daughter, Zoulietta, b.c. 1870, d. bef. 1900.

+1318.   James Abner Shropshire, b. 18 Sept. 1843, m(1) Frances Lynn Cheek, 16 May 1878, m(2) Sallie Trotter, 16 July 1902, d.c. 1912.

 

Elizabeth Mary Graves (350) was born 16 Sept. 1810 or 1811 near Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, and died 2 Jan. 1886 in St. Louis, MO.  She first married Alfred William Carr in 1828.  He was born in 1804 in KY, and died in 1828[51] in MO.  He was a nephew of William B. Carr of St. Louis, MO.  Their sons were born in KY.

She married second Col. Adam Black Chambers, son of John Chambers and Elizabeth Black, on 28 Oct. 1833 in Lexington, KY.  He was born 9 Jan. 1808 in Mercer Co., PA, and died 23 May 1854 in St. Louis, MO.  Both Adam and Elizabeth, and their children Benjamin and Lizzie, were buried in Bellefontaine Cem. in St. Louis.  Elizabeth Black, Adam's mother, was a daughter of Adam Black and Polly Allegan of Adams Co., PA.

A. B. Chambers was something of a pioneer in early Missouri.  He was admitted to the Bar, and was an active newspaperman.  He first edited the frontier Salt River Journal, and later edited the Missouri Republican in St. Louis, where he was deeply engaged in politics.  He and "Madam Chambers", as accounts refer to her, had three children.  (R‑64, R‑115)

Children - Carr

  1319.   Lucien Carr; b.c. 1829, m. Cornelia L. Crow, 27 March 1854 (St. Louis, MO), d. 1915.  Described in his mother's obituary as "for some years Curator of the Peabody Museum at Cambridge, Mass., and the author of a volume on the History of Missouri."

  1320.   Alfred Carr, b. 4 Dec. 1831, m. Angelica C. Yeatman, 29 April 1862 (St. Louis, MO), d. 5 Feb. 1908 (St. Louis, MO).  Bur. Bellefontaine Cem.

Children - Chambers

  1321.   Benjamin G. (Graves?) Chambers, b.c. 1837, never married, d. 1861-5 (during the Civil War).

+1322.   Mary Graves Chambers, b. 3 Sept. 1840, m. Archer Christian Bankhead, 10 June 1857, d. 2 April 1906.

  1323.   Elizabeth ("Lizzie") Chambers, b. 1842, m. (Col.) Edward Brodie Hull, C.S.A. ("Uncle Brodie"), d. 1924.

 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE GRAVES (60)

Benjamin Hawes Graves (370) was born 14 Feb. 1802 in VA, and died after 1860.  He married Julia Owings, daughter of Elihu Owings and Mary Ravillon Hall, on 25 May 1827.  She was born 9 Jan. 1808 in Owingsville, KY, and also died after 1860.  This family was recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Montgomery Co., KY; their children were born in KY.  (R‑911)

Children - Graves

+1324.   George O. Graves, b. 23 May 1828, m. Keziah Calloway Hood, c. 1855, d. 26 Dec. 1921.

  1325.   Thomas Coleman Graves, b. 7 Jan. 1830 (Montgomery Co., KY), never married, d. 13 June 1922 (Winchester, Clark Co., KY, cert. 12948).

+1326.   Elizabeth Blades Graves, b.c. 1836, m. Joseph Fry Maury, bef. 1860, d. 22 Dec. 1876.

 

Ormasinda Graves (377) was born 30 Jan. 1821 in KY, and died in Feb. 1884.  She married Samuel T. Hayes on 22 Oct. 1835.  He was born about 1817 in KY, and died 19 March 1900 in Fayette Co., KY[52].  They were buried in Lexington Cem., Lexington, Fayette Co., KY.  This family was recorded on the 1850-1880 censuses in Lexington, KY; their children were born in KY.  (R‑70)

Children - Hayes

  1327.   Polly Hayes, b.c. 1839, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Bryan.  Three children.

  1328.   Georgette E. Graves, b.c. 1841.

  1329.   Ormasinda (“Ormie”) Hayes, b.c. 1849, d. 27 Jan. 1936 (Fayette Co., KY).  Bur. Lexington Cem.

  1330.   Carry Hayes, b.c. 1858.  Only recorded on 1860 census.

 

CHILDREN OF HAWES GRAVES (61)

Coleman Graves (381) was born 24 April 1806 in VA, and died 21 April 1874.  He married Elizabeth Virginia Chiles, usually called Virginia, daughter of Tarleton W. Chiles and Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 21 Nov. 1830.  She was born 18 Dec. 1813 in VA, and died 3 June 1876.  They were buried in Old Chiles Graveyard, Chiles’ Farm ‘Tranquility’, Clark Co., KY.

The family was in the 1850 census for District 2, Fayette Co., KY, page 227, dwelling 468, family 487, with all children born in KY.  This family was also recorded on the 1860 census in Montgomery Co., KY and the 1870 census in Clark Co., KY.  The 1880 census for Howards Mills, Montgomery Co., KY lists Haws Graves, age 42, living in the household of his brother Henry C. Graves, and Samuel C. and Chiles Graves living in the household of their brother Tarlton C. Graves.  (R‑5, R‑72, R‑179, R‑207, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+1331.   Tarlton Chiles Graves, b. 29 March 1832, m. Rachel Martin, c. 1875, d. 5 Feb. 1911.

  1332.   William Hawes Graves, b. 21 April 1834, d. 5 April 1882.  Bur. Old Chiles Graveyard.

+1333.   Robert B. Graves, b. July 1836, m. Louise White, c. 1864, d. 29 Dec. 1922.

+1334.   Samuel Chiles Graves, b. Oct. 1839, m. Margaret Eliza (Ritchey) Rice, 19 Dec. 1883, d. 10 Sept. 1909.

  1335.   Letha Ann Graves, b.c. 1840.

  1336.   Clementine (or Clementina) Graves, b.c. 1842, m. Samuel Y. Keene, c. 1880, d. 20 Aug. 1911 (Scott Co., KY, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, cert. 22099).

+1337.   Henry Chiles Graves, b. April 1845, m. Emma Durham, c. 1874, d. aft. 1900.

+1338.   Walker Coleman Graves, b.c. 1846, m. Maude Strother James, 1 June 1882, d. 11 Nov. 1920.

  1339.   Chiles Graves, b.c. 1850.  Listed as Cyrus on the 1870 census.  He may be the same Chiles Graves who d. 17 Oct. 1905 (Fayette Co., KY) and was bur. in Lexington Cem. (Lexington, KY).

  1340.   John Graves, b. Dec. 1852 (Fayette Co., KY).

 

Edmund Pendleton Graves (384) was born 25 Jan. 1824 in Fayette Co., KY, and died 23 Jan. 1905 in Whites Creek, Davidson Co., TN.  He married Helen Clarissa Streck, daughter of Ferdinand Moritz Streck (b. 1792 (Danzig, Prussia), d. 1854 (LA) and Elizabeth Gingery (b. 1791 (PA), d. 1862 (LA), on 14 June 1845 in Ascension Parish, LA.  She was born 20 Feb. 1822 in Ascension Parish, LA, and died 13 Dec. 1918 in Whites Creek, TN.  They were buried in Mt. Olivet Cem., Nashville, TN.  He was a farmer, and she was a homemaker and seamstress.

Edmund’s mother, Ann B. White Graves, died 1830 in Montgomery Co., KY.  The will of John White, Ann’s father, mentions that Hawes Graves owed him a sum of money, and that the children of Hawes and Ann were not to receive their inheritance from him until payment of that debt.  Sometime after Ann’s death, Hawes moved to Davidson Co., TN, and had William B. Ewing appointed trustee for his children Edmund and Louisa.  It is possible that Hawes was unable to pay the debt he owed to John White, and this may have been his motive for moving to Tennessee.  He appears in the 1850 census, age 68, living in the household of William and Martha G. Ewing.  Since their sister Martha was married to Ewing, it is likely that Edmund and Louisa were raised in that household.  After coming of age, Edmund received the money due him from his trustee Ewing, and shortly thereafter he married Helen Streck.

Helen’s aunt was Catherine Gingry Stump.  Evidently Helen spent a lot of time with aunt Catherine in Tennessee.  Catherine had married Frederick Stump when he was 93 and she was 27.  She obviously had no children.  He left her well off financially.  To keep Helen and Edmund in White’s Creek once they married, she gave them 200 acres and $4000.  They built the Graves/Thompson house around 1855.

Edmund and Helen were in the 1880 census for Dist. 24, Davidson Co., TN, page 355B, with children John H., Ferdinand S., Frederick, and Bettie, all single and all born in TN.  The birth information for the children was recorded in the family bible.  Edmund was a farmer.  (R‑351)

Children - Graves

  1341.   John Henry Graves, b. 23 May 1846 (“half past 3 o’clock in the morning”, m. Blanche Martin, d. 12 March 1920 (Nashville, TN).  She was b. 1878 (Canada), daughter of Charles E. Martin and Susan Bateson, d. 12 March 1964 (Nashville, TN).  Both bur. Mt. Olivet Cem.

  1342.   Ferdinand Streck Graves, b. 2 March 1849 (“forty five minutes past 10 o’clock in the morning”, d. aft. 1910.

+1343.   Andrew Joseph Graves, b. 8 June 1852, m(1) Virginia Lisbeth Harris, m(2) Mattie Sue Evans, d. 2 Oct. 1933.

  1344.   Charles Alexander Graves, b. 19 May 1854 (“4 o’clock in the morning”), bapt. 23 Sept. 1854, m. Sarah (“Sally”) Sutherland.  They were living with her parents in the 1880 census for Nashville, Davidson Co., TN.  She was b.c. 1856 (SC), daughter of William Sutherland (b.c. 1831 in Ireland) and Julia ‑‑‑‑‑‑ (b.c. 1840 in SC).  Charles was a foreman in a book bindery.

  1345.   William Hawes Graves, b. 26 Dec. 1856 (4 o’clock A.M.”), bapt. Sept. 1857, d. 27 Oct. 1860.

  1346.   Frederick Stump Graves, b. 3 Jan. 1860, bapt. 6 May 1860, m(1) Henrietta Hogan, m(2) Mary Treppard, d. 29 June 1946 (Nashville, TN).  Bur. Mt. Olivet Cem.

  1347.   Catherine Elizabeth Graves, b. 17 May 1862, d. 27 May 1960 (Davidson Co., TN).  She was in the household of her parents in the 1880 census for Dist. 24, Davidson Co., TN, page 355B, called Bettie.

 

CHILDREN OF MARY GRAVES (68) AND LEWIS PARTLOW

John Graves Partlow (391) was born 17 Feb. 1793 in Spotsylvania Co., Va., died 19 Jan. 1870 in Lee Co., Miss., and was buried in Center Hill Cem., Lee Co.  The name of his first wife is not known.  She may possibly have been a Graves.

He married second Malinda (or Melinda) Grimes of Ky. on 3 Oct. 1822 in Fayette Co., Ky.  She was born 20 Dec. 1802, possibly in Fayette Co., Ky., died 9 Feb. 1867 in Lee Co., Miss., and was also buried in Center Hill Cem., Lee Co.  Melinda was a daughter of James Grimes and wife Sarah Bryan, granddaughter of Philip Grimes and wife Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, and of William Bryan and wife Mary Boone (sister of Daniel Boone).

They moved to Lawrence Co., Ala. (near Courland) about 1823, and remained there until 1857, when they moved to Itawamba Co., Miss. (a part that is now in Lee Co., Miss.).  They transferred from Liberty Baptist Church, Lawrence Co., Ala. to Center Hill Baptist Church, Itawamba Co., now Lee Co., Miss. in Feb. 1858

According to descendant Thomas Wayne Whitehead, all living descendants of John Graves Partlow and Melinda Grimes are descended from Albert M. Partlow and Dorotha Ann Ruff, although this statement probably just refers to descendants named Partlow.

Their children were born in Lawrence Co., AL.  (R‑81)

Children - Partlow, by 1st wife

  1348.   John Gwathmy Partlow, b. 4 May 1815.

Children - Partlow, by Malinda Grimes

  1349.   William B. Partlow, b. 1824, d. after 1850.

+1350.   Caroline G. Partlow, b. 30 Sept. 1830, m. J. F. Belue, 19 Sept. 1850, d. 27 Jan. 1885.

  1351.   Henry Earl ("Hep") Partlow, b. 9 March 1827, d. 25 May 1896 (Lee Co., Miss.).

+1352.   John Calvin Partlow, b. 1 June 1834, m. Elvira Augustus Ruff, 1 Jan. 1868, d. 29 April 1897.

  1353.   daughter, b. 1825-30, d. 1840-50.

+1354.   Albert M. Partlow, b. 20 March 1837, m. Dorotha Ann Ruff, 8 Dec. 1859, d. 15 June 1915.

 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM McGEHEE (70) AND LAVINIA SMITH

Augustine S. McGehee (400) was born about 1786 in VA, and died in 1845 in Goochland Co., VA.  He married Mary M. Hester, daughter of John Hester and Agnes Mayfield, on 1 Aug. 1812 in Louisa Co., VA.  She died about 1848.  (R‑23)

Children - McGehee

  1355.   Robert P. McGehee, d. 1848 (Goochland Co., VA).

+1356.   John A. McGehee, Jan. 1816, m(1) Sarah Elizabeth Wilson, Jan. 1852, m(2) Mary Elizabeth Parrish, 28 Feb. 1854, d. 6 May 1901.

+1357.   William Samuel McGehee, b.c. 1816, m. Elizabeth Cameron Johnson, 27 Jan. 1849, d. 1879.

+1358.   James Franklin McGehee, b.c. 1819, m. Matilda A. Hester, 3 March 1847, d. 1881.

  1359.   Ann Nancy McGehee, m. Jacquelin D. Gillum, 5 Dec. 1843 (Goochland Co., VA), d. by 1850.  He was b.c. 1804 (Green Co., VA), and d. after 1880 (probably Louisa Co., VA).  One daughter, Anastasia, b.c. 1845 (VA); only recorded on the 1850 census.

  1360.   Charles Garrett McGehee, b.c. 1826, m. Martha Ann Dickinson, 18 July 1871 (Louisa Co., VA).

+1361.   David T. McGehee, b.c. 1828, m. Mary Jane Glass, d. after 1880.

+1362.   George Washington McGehee, b.c. 1829, m. Sarah Elizabeth Jordan, Dec. 1853, d. by 1870.

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN McGEHEE (71) AND MARY STEWART

John Stewart McGehee (404) was born 2 Nov. 1775 in VA, and died by 4 June 1825.  He married Lucy Harris on 25 Nov. 1811 in Orange Co., VA.  (R‑918)

Children - McGehee

  1363.   Edward Lindsey McGehee, b. 6 Oct. 1812.

  1364.   Louisa Ann McGehee, b. 16 Oct. 1813.

 

Garrett Conner McGehee (414) was born 16 Nov. 1799 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 9 Aug. 1878.  He married Elizabeth Lewis Cole on 15 Jan. 1824 in Louisa Co., VA.  She was born 7 Feb. 1804 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 20 April 1893 in Louisa Co., VA.  This family was recorded on the 1850-1870 censuses in Louisa Co., VA; their children were born in VA.  Elizabeth was recorded on the 1880 census in Louisa Co., VA living with daughter Susan’s family.  (R‑23)

Children - McGehee

  1365.   Lewis Cole McGehee, b. 23 July 1825, m. Mary Jane Keesaer, 23 Sept. 1846 (Louisa Co., VA).

+1366.   Alexander Stewart McGehee, b. 16 Sept. 1826, m. Mary Jane Thompson, 17 Aug. 1848, d. 13 April 1914.

+1367.   William Graves McGehee, b. 27 March 1828, m. Amanda M. Lancaster, 11 Dec. 1848, d. aft. 1880.

  1368.   Mary Ann McGehee, b. 3 May 1830, d. 30 April 1832.

  1369.   Albert Galatin McGehee, b. 29 Feb. 1832, m. Mary F. Kennon, 12 Nov. 1857.

  1370.   Andrew Jackson McGehee, b. 8 Feb. 1834, m. Mary J. Hambleton, Nov. 1855, d. 1912.

  1371.   Matilda Jane McGehee, b. 2 May 1836, m. Walker O. Bartley, 15 Feb. 1854, d. 10 March 1904.

  1372.   Sarah Elizabeth McGehee, b. 5 June 1838, m. A. J. Mason, 26 Nov. 1856.

+1373.   Garrett Conner McGehee, Jr., b. 19 Dec. 1839, m. Georgia Anna Harris, 19 Feb. 1863, d. 19 March 1905.

  1374.   Maria Louisa McGehee, b. 13 Oct. 1841, m. Charles R. Thompson, 16 April 1863.

  1375.   Susan Ann McGehee, b. 17 April 1844, m. George L. Hillman, 13 Feb. 1873, d. 12 March 1923.  Bur. McGehee Cem. (Louisa Co., VA).  He was b. 16 Aug. 1847.

  1376.   John Samuel McGehee, b. 6 Oct. 1845, d. 4 March 1846.

+1377.   Virginia Catherine McGehee, b. 17 April 1847, m. George Edward Ware, 21 Dec. 1871, d. 6 Sept. 1927.

+1378.   James Allen McGehee, b. 13 July 1850, m. Alice Belle Blakemore, 23 Dec. 1869.

 

CHILDREN OF AUGUSTINE McGEHEE (72) AND SARAH WYATT

James Wyatt McGhee (416), known as Wyatt, was born 11 Nov. 1790 in Goochland Co., VA, and died 5 Aug. 1873 in Boone Co., MO.  He married Jane Anderson, daughter of Thomas Anderson and Sarah (“Sally”) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 1 Sept. 1814 in Washington Co., VA.  She was born 8 March (or May) 1792 in VA, and died 4 (or 23) Oct. 1852 in Boone Co., MO.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Boone Co., MO.  Their first six children were born in VA and the last three in Boone Co., MO.  (R‑54, R‑282)

Children - McGhee

  1379.   Joseph A. McGhee, b. 16 June 1815.

  1380.   Walter W. McGhee, b. 29 Oct. 1816 (near 7 Mile Ford, Washington Co., VA), never married, d. 13 Dec. 1892 (Tangent, Linn Co., OR).

+1381.   James Harvey McGhee, b. 4 July 1818, m. Mary Jane Funk, 29 (or 31) Jan. 1839, d. 20 April 1887.

  1382.   Mary McGhee, 2 March 1820, never married, d. 18 Oct. 1880 (Midway, Boone Co., MO).

+1383.   John Wesley McGhee, b. 29 April 1821, m(1) Cordelia D. Miller, 10 Dec. 1840, m(2) Rachel Whittaker, c. 1859, d. July 1908.

+1384.   Jesse Anderson McGhee, b. 7 Aug. 1823, m(1) Amanda Catherine Norris, 14 Dec. 1848, m(2) Lavina (Arrowsmith) Wheeler, Jan. 1865, d. 10 Feb. 1908

+1385.   Sarah Jane McGhee, b. 25 Feb. 1827, m. John Sheppard Howes, 9 Jan. 1845, d. 1905.

  1386.   Elizabeth (“Betty”) McGhee, b. 26 April 1829, m. Henry Dennis, 2 Nov. 1857 (Boone Co., MO), d. 17 Aug. 1903 (Boone Co., MO).  Bur. Locust Grove Meth. Church Cem. (Boone Co., MO)

  1387.   Thomas McGhee, b. 9 Dec. 1832, d. 3 July 1852.  Bur. Locust Grove Cem.

 

Thompson McGehee (418) was born about 1793 in VA, and died in 1857.  He married Mary Thompson.  There is a Thompson McGehee recorded on the 1850 census in Smyth Co., VA, age 72 (born about 1778).  He is listed with Susan, age 30, Amy, age 28, Barbary, age 26, and Alfred R., age 24.  It is not clear if these are other children of Thompson and Mary.  The spelling of the surname changed with his son’s generation.  (R‑918)

Children - Thompson

+1388.   Anderson Petrie McGhee, b.c. 1810, m. Martha Glenn Earl, 21 Oct. 1835, d. 1887.

 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD McGEHEE (75) AND FRANCES LUMSDEN

Dabney Oswell McGehee (420) was born 13 Dec. 1782 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 7 Nov. 1843 in Greene Co., AL.  He married Esther Meriwether, daughter of Capt. John Meriwether and Esther McGehee, on 3 April 1806 in Abbeville, SC.  She was born 23 June 1785 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 9 Oct. 1843 (or 28 Feb. 1878) in Greene Co., AL.  Their first nine children were born in SC and the last four in Greene Co., AL.  (R‑512)

Children - McGehee

  1389.   Matilda H. McGehee, b. 26 Aug. 1805, m. Isaac Logan (Greene Co., AL), d. 10 April 1865 (Mobile, Mobile Co., AL).

  1390.   Frances Eliza McGehee, b. 1 Jan. 1809, m. Samuel A. Wilson, 5 May 1831 (Greene Co., AL).

  1391.   Dorothy L. McGehee, b. 3 Nov. 1810, d. 2 Aug. 1818 (Abbeville, SC).

  1392.   Dr. Edward L. McGehee, b. 15 July 1812, m. Nancy Montgomery, 11 June 1841, d. 24 Sept. 1876.  Bur. Ebenezer Methodist Church Cem. (Holmes Co., MS).

  1393.   John M. McGehee, b. 2 Feb. 1814, never married, d. 12 Feb. 1869 (Greene Co., AL).

  1394.   Zachary Meriwether McGehee, b. 27 Dec. 1815, m. Elizabeth Colvin, 11 June 1846 (Greene Co., AL), d. 12 April 1869 (Greene Co., AL).  Bur. New Hope Presbyterian Church.

  1395.   Esther McGehee, b.c. 1817.

+1396.   Elizabeth Lumsden McGehee, b. 6 Dec. 1817, m. John Cochran, 5 Nov. 1841, d. 28 Feb. 1878.

  1397.   Oswald (or Oswell) McGehee, b. 18 Dec. 1818, d. 3 Dec. 1823 (Greene Co., AL).

  1398.   Dabney Lewis McGehee, b. 16 June 1822, d. 11 Sept. 1823 (Greene Co., AL).

  1399.   Barbara Esther McGehee, b. 30 Jan. 1824, m. John Jewell, 18 March 1838 (Greene Co., AL).

  1400.   Louisa Virginia McGehee, b. 25 Aug. 1825, d. 3 Dec. 1826 (Greene Co., AL),

  1401.   Mary Ann Belinda McGehee, b. 17 Aug. 1829, d. 1 Sept. 1842 (Greene Co., AL).

 

CHILDREN OF LUCY McGEHEE (79) AND REUBEN CASON

Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Cason (425) was born about 1788 in VA, and died before 9 Feb. 1813 when Elijah married his second wife, Ann (“Nancy”) Thomas White.  Betsy married Elijah Partlow on 15 Feb. 1805 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  He was born 28 Oct. 1775 in VA, and died 9 July 1841 in Howard Co., MO.  (R‑350)

Children - Partlow

  1402.   Maria Elizabeth Partlow, b. 11 Feb. 1806, m. George William B. Cason (#428), 7 Jan. 1820, d. 16 Oct. 1895.  See #428 for descendants.

 

John M. Cason (426) was born 27 Sept. 1790 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 24 July 1845 in Howard Co., MO.  He served in the War of 1812 as a private in Captain Cary’s Virginia Militia.  He married Rebecca L. Cropp on 17 June 1818 in Stafford Co., VA.  She was born 27 Sept. 1790 in Stafford Co., VA, and died 27 July 1879 in Howard Co., MO.  Their children were born in VA except for the last one who was born in MO.  (R‑350)

Children - Cason

+1403.   Reuben James Cason, b. 29 March 1820, m. Mildred Melvina (or Melvina Mildred) Cropp, 26 Feb. 1852, d. 9 June 1865.

+1404.   Carter Braxton Cason, b. 14 April 1821, m. Thirza Woods, 6 Dec. 1845, d. bet. 1870 and 1880.

  1405.   Lucy Susan Cason, b. 21 Nov. 1822 (Louisa Co., VA), m. Howard Hunter Cropp, 18 Feb. 1841 (Howard Co., MO), d. 6 Feb. 1892 (Glasgow, Howard Co., MO).

  1406.   John T. Cason, b.c. 1824, d. Howard Co., MO.

  1407.   Martha E. Cason (twin), b. 19 Sept. 1826, m. Joseph S. Hyatt, 20 Sept. 1849 (Howard Co., MO), d. 1850.  Bur. Coldwater Cem. (Florissant, St. Louis Co., MO).

  1408.   Mary A. Cason (twin), b. 19 Sept. 1826 (Fauquier Co., VA), m. Lewis Franklin Hume, 16 March 1847, d. 15 Sept. 1899 (Howard Co., MO).

+1409.   Andrew Jackson Cason, b. 28 Feb. 1828, m. Judith Catherine Yager, 19 Sept. 1849, d. 10 Sept. 1861.

+1410.   Warner Carr Cason, b. 11 June 1831, m. Sarah Helen Daugherty, 1 Dec. 1857, d. 1 May 1880.

  1411.   J. C. Cason [daughter], b.c. 1831.

 

Augustine (“Austin”) M. Cason (427) was born 19 Aug. 1791 in Louisa Co., VA, died 4 Oct. 1846 in Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY, and was buried in Cason Cem., Hopkinsville, KY.  He served in the War of 1812 from VA.  He first married Nancy D. Hope about 1820.  She was born about 1791 in VA, and died 9 Jan. 1839 in Hopkinsville, KY.  He married second Lucy Ann Lackey on 21 Nov. 1839 in Christian Co., KY.  She was born 17 Aug. 1803 in VA, and died 17 Jan. 1885 in Hopkinsville, KY.  This family was recorded on the 1840 census in Christian Co., KY.  Lucy married second James Adkins on 11 July 1848 in Christian Co., KY.  (R‑350)

Children - Cason, by Nancy Hope

  1412.   Elizabeth Cason, b.c. 1823 (Louisa Co., VA).

+1413.   Velore Jerome Cason, b.c. 1831, m. Sarah L. Brown, bef. 1859, d. bef. 1900.

+1414.   Benjamin F. Cason, b.c. 1832, m. Susan B. Lackey, 2 July 1853, d.c. 1906.

  1415.   George Cason, b.c. 1835.

Children - Cason, by Lucy Lackey

+1416.   Lucy Ann Cason, b.c. 1841, m. Joel A. Wallis, 22 Sept. 1857, d. 15 Jan. 1872.

+1417.   Mary L. Cason, b. 25 July 1842, m. Robert John Armstrong, 4 Oct. 1864, d. 24 Sept. 1882.

 

George William B. Cason (428) was born 2 March 1793 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 23 Dec. 1877 in Howard Co., MO.  He was a soldier in the War of 1812 and served as a private in Capt. Thomas Bibb’s Co., VA.  He married his first cousin Maria Elizabeth Partlow (#1402), daughter of Elijah Partlow and Elizabeth (“Betsy”) Cason, on 7 Jan. 1820 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  She was born 11 Feb. 1806, and died about 1895[53].  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Howard Co., MO, the 1860 census in Chariton, Howard Co., MO, post office Glasgow, and the 1870 census Chariton, MO, post office Fayette; their first four children were born in VA and the others in MO, although the birthplace of Caroline is uncertain.  (R‑350)

Children - Cason

+1418.   Benjamin Carr Cason, b. 21 Sept. 1821, m. Mary Adeline Brown, 7 Dec. 1852, d. 17 May 1865.

  1419.   Anne Elizabeth Cason, 21 Sept. 1823, m. Davenport Burrows, d. 4 April 1848 (Howard Co., MO).  No children.

+1420.   Mary Jane Cason, b. 25 Nov. 1825, m. Bennett C. Brown, d. 29 March 1873.

  1421.   Lucinda A. Cason, b. 20 Jan. 1828 (Spotsylvania Co., VA, d. 19 March 1842 (Howard Co., MO).

+1422.   Caroline Virginia Cason, b. 15 Oct. 1829, m. Clifton Tooley, 28 May 1846, d. 4 May 1848.

+1423.   Lewis Henry Cason, b. 10 Sept. 1832, m. Martha Erickson, 1 April 1856, d. 1 Aug. 1878.

+1424.   Susan Mildred (or Catherine) Cason, b. 18 April 1836, m(1) Clifton Tooley, 8 May 1851, m(2) Stark Abraham Mauzey, 31 Oct. 1860, d. 19 Sept. 1880.

  1425.   John Austin Cason, b. 30 Oct. 1838, m(1) Sarah E. Beall, bef. 1860, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1900, d. aft. 1910.  Eight children by 1st marriage.

  1426.   George William Cason, b. 2 May 1841, m. Elizabeth M. (“Betty”) Howell, c. 1865, d. 13 Jan. 1921 (Spokane, Spokane Co., WA).  Only two of their nine children were alive in 1900.

  1427.   Thomas A. Cason, b. 5 Sept. 1843, m. Lavenia Frances Warden, 6 Sept. 1867 (Howard Co., MO), d. 17 Jan. 1890 (Boone Co., MO).  Four children.

  1428.   Isaac Cason, b. 23 Feb. 1846, d. 16 April 1850.

 

Fendall Carr Cason (429), called Carr, was born 12 Oct. 1799 in Henrico Co., VA, died about 1860 in Gladstone, Clackamas Co., OR[54], and was buried in Mountain View Cem., Oregon City, Clackamas Co., OR.  He married Rebecca Rawlings Holladay, daughter of William Holladay and Rebecca Rawlings, on 18 Dec. 1822 in Spotsylvania Co., VA.  She was born 23 June 1805 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 29 Aug. 1870 on Oregon City, OR.  (R‑350)

Children - Cason

+1429.   Frances Caroline Cason, b.c. 1826 (VA), m(1) Dr. John E. Long, 1845, m(2) William B. Campbell, d. 13 Oct. 1883.  William was b. 5 Dec. 1815 (Chester, Hampton Co., MA, d. 3 March 1879 (Portland, Multnomah Co., OR).  Both bur. Lone Fir Pioneer Cem. (Portland, Multnomah Co., OR).

  1430.   Rebecca Rawlings Cason, b. 13 Sept. 1826 (Culpeper Co., VA), m. Peter Grant Stewart, 1 Sept. 1842 (Springfield, Green Co., MO, d. 3 Oct. 1863 (OR).

  1431.   William Alexander Cason, b. 23 April 1828, d. 3 Dec. 1865 (Multnomah, Multnomah Co., OR).

+1432.   Adoniram Judson Cason, b. 27 Nov. 1829, m. Eliza J. Glover, 9 Jan. 1862, d. 28 Dec. 1892.

+1433.   James Pulliam Cason, b. 5 Jan. 1832, m. Mary Ellen Marsh, 25 Dec. 1853, d. 6 Sept. 1887.

  1434.   Joseph Holladay Cason, b. 19 Dec. 1833 (MO), d. 14 May 1856 (CA).

+1435.   John Lewis Cason, b.c. 1836 (MO), m. Mary E. Straight, 1860, d. aft. 1872.

  1436.   Thomas Benton Cason, b. 1 June 1840.  Died fighting Indians in Idaho.

  1437.   Benjamin Franklin Cason, b. 17 June 1842, d. 30 Jan. 1865 (OR).

 

CHILDREN OF ZENAS BUSH (84) AND MARTHA BROOKS

Nathan W. Bush (437) was born 29 April 1811 in NC, died in 1882, and was buried in Cochran Cem., Buckhorn, Austin Co., TX.  He married Judith Ann Thacker on 2 Jan. 1836.  She was born 15 Feb. 1813 in VA, and died 10 Jan. 1861.  (R‑521)

Children - Bush

  1438.   James Howard Bush

 

Howard Brooks Bush (441) was born about 1820 in Montgomery Co., TN, and died in Jan. 1862.  He married Panthea B. Ellis.  She died about 1856.  (R‑521)

Children - Bush

+1439.   Charles Henson Bush, b. 28 Oct. 1856, m(1) Jennie Gary, 1880, m(2) Mattie M. Rossiter, 1888, d. 10 Oct. 1941.

 

CHILDREN OF ANN KIMBROUGH (86) AND HENRY TURNER

James Turner (446) was born 9 Oct. (or 19 June) 1756 in Culpeper Co., VA, died 21 (or 24) May 1835 in Williamson Co., TN, and was buried in Webb Cem., Kirkland Community, Marshall Co., TN.  He first married Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑ on 27 June 1778.  She died 8 Aug. 1809.  Their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  He married second Catherine S. (or L.) White on 2 Sept. 1811 in Williamson Co., TN[55].  (R‑514, R‑539)

Children - Turner, by Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑

  1440.   Mildred Turner, b. 26 May 1780, m. William S. Webb, 4 April 1804 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 16 April 1830 (Williamson Co., TN).

+1441.   Josiah Turner, b. 18 Feb. 1782, m. Eliza Estes Evans, 12 April 1816, d. 21 Oct. 1874.

+1442.   Nancy Turner, b. 19 Jan. 1788, m. Richard Vaughn, 28 Sept. 1803, d. bet. 1870-1880.

+1443.   Mary Turner, b. 19 Sept. 1794, m. General Lee Nolen, 25 April 1810, d. 2 July 1860.

+1444.   James Turner, b.c. 1795, m. Martha W. Neil, 8 Aug. 1818, d. aft. 1880.

+1445.   Sarah Turner, b. 7 Aug. 1801, m. Joseph Ballanfant (or Bellenfant), 9 April 1819, d. 10 (or 18) April 1876.

+1446.   Frances M. Turner, b. 27 Jan. 1804, m. Jonathan S. Hunt, 30 Sept. 1822, d. 11 Nov. 1882.

  1447.   Lucinda Turner, b. 18 Feb. 1807, m. John Jordan, 27 Jan. 1827 (Williamson Co., TN).

Children - Turner, by Catherine White

+1448.   William M. Turner, b. 9 Oct. 1812, m. Lucie Jane (Gooch) Moore, 15 Sept. 1864, d. aft. 1880.

 

John Turner (447) was born 6 Oct. 1761 in NC, and died 6 Oct. 1830 in Williamson Co., TN. John’s death occurred at Hayes Creek, Williamson Co., TN; he was killed with an axe by one of his slaves, a 16-year old boy, names Charles or Charley.  Charles was later convicted and executed for the murder.  John first married Sarah Kimbrough (#462), daughter of John Kimbrough and Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 14 Feb. 1787 in Caswell Co., NC.  She died before Nov. 1817 when her father’s will listed ‘the heirs of daughter Sarah Turner’[56].  He married second Catherine (Cheeks) Butler on 5 Sept. 1805 in Wayne Co., KY.  Catherine was born about 1760 in NC, and died before 30 May 1842 in Fannin Co., TX[57].  Catherine first married Henry Butler in NC.  According to depositions by Thomas Butler, brother of Henry Butler, and James Turner, brother of John Turner, Catherine was still married to Henry Butler when she and John married.  James Turner stated that John and Catherine lived together for seven years and had two children prior to their marriage in 1805.  (R‑539)

Children - Turner, by Sarah Kimbrough

+1449.   Frances Turner, m. Burrell Green Lewis, 24 Aug. 1813, d. aft. 1840.

  1450.   Delila Turner, m. John Nowel (or never married).

  1451.   Nancy Turner, b.c. 1790, m. Bazel Maxwell, 1 July 1815, d. 20 Feb. 1854.

Children - Turner, by Catherine Cheeks

+1452.   Minerva Turner, b.c. 1800 (KY), m. William Hunter, 16 Sept. 1819, d. 1840-1842.

  1453.   Levitha Turner, m. Josiah Wynne.

  1454.   John Jackson Turner, b.c. 1806.

 

Sally Turner (455) was born about 1764 or 1766 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 26 Aug. 1822 in Limestone Co., AL.  She married Benjamin French, son of Samuel French, on 10 Nov. 1784 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 28 Nov. 1764 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 21 March 1847 in Rogersville, Lauderdale Co., AL.  (R‑241, R‑539)

Children - French

  1455.   Sarah (“Sallie”) French

+1456.   Amos French, b. April 1784-1787 (NC), m(1) Elizabeth Sanderson, c. 1807, m(2) Elizabeth S. (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Mitchell, 9 Sept. 1841, d. 4 July 1869.

  1457.   Jessie French, b. 16 May 1787 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Mary Smith, 24 Jan. 1808, d. 3 Feb. 1857 (NC).  Bur. Jackson Co., AL.  She was b.c. 1788 and d. 1863.

  1458.   Mary (“Polly”) French, b.c. 1789 (NC), m. Thomas Vaughan, 31 Aug. 1808 (Caswell Co., NC), d. before 1870 (AL).

  1459.   Jeremiah (“Jerry”) French, b.c. 1792 (Barren Co., KY), m. Jane ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1810, d. 1835 (Lawrence Co., AL).  She d.c. 1830.

  1460.   Samuel French, b.c. 1793 (KY), m. Sarah Greenshaw, 5 April 1816 (Madison Co., AL), d. after 1850 (Bastrop, Bastrop Co., TX).  She was b.c. 1792 and d. 1866.

  1461.   Benjamin Franklin French Jr., b.c. 1797, m. Martha (“Patsy”) Boiles, 9 Sept. 1813 (Sumner Co., TN), d. 1860-1870 (Barren Co., KY).  She was b.c. 1803 and d. after 1850.

  1462.   Millie or Emily French, b. 30 Sept. 1802 (Barren Co., KY), m. Benjamin West, 12 Feb. 1818 (Madison, AL).  He was b.c. 1795 and d. 1838.

  1463.   Ann (or Anna) French, b.c. 1805.  Mentioned in the Revolutionary War Pension file of Benjamin French.

  1464.   Frances French, b.c. 1806.  Mentioned in the Revolutionary War Pension file of Benjamin French.

  1465.   Jane French, b.c. 1807.  Mentioned in the Revolutionary War Pension file of Benjamin French.

 

Mary Turner (456) was born about 1771 in Caswell Co., NC.  She married John Cochran, Jr., son of John Cochran of VA.  He was born about 1757 in Hanover Co., VA, and died 24 Jan. 1833 in TN.  (R‑171)

Children - Cochran

+1466.   William Cochran, m. Martha ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 4 Aug. 1842.

 

Susannah Turner (457) was born about 1764 in Caswell Co., NC, and died about 1820 in Sumner Co., TN.  She apparently had a child by Thomas Yancey (#540); there is an agreement between Susannah Turner and Thomas Yancey for the maintenance of a child recorded in Caswell Co., NC in the Jan. 1787 court[58].  She married James Donoho.  He was born about 1764 in Bedford, VA, and died about 1820 in Sumner Co., TN.  (R‑539)

Children - Turner

+1467.   Yancy (or Yancey) Turner, b. 31 Oct. 1786, m. Mary Dillon, d. 2 Jan. 1878.

Children - Donoho

  1468.   Sarah Hannah Donoho

  1469.   Betsy Gouldman Donoho

  1470.   William T. Donoho, b. 9 May 1790 (Sumner Co., TN).

  1471.   Nancy Donoho, b.c. 1792 (Sumner Co., TN).

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN KIMBROUGH (87) AND MARY ‑‑‑‑‑‑

James Kimbrough (458) was born 30 Oct. 1765 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 12 Sept. 1841 in Giles Co., TN. He married his cousin Nancy Ann Turner (#454), daughter of Henry Turner and Nancy Ann Kimbrough, on 27 Dec. 1787 in Caswell Co., NC[59].  She was born 18 March 1765 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 22 Jan. 1843 in Whitley Co., KY.  (R‑195, R‑241)

Children - Kimbrough

+1472.   Elisha Kimbrough, b. 21 Oct. 1788, m. Martha (Kidd) Taylor, 16 Aug. 1821, d. 1825.

+1473.   Zilpha Lewis Kimbrough, b. 24 Feb. 1790, m. William Kimbrough Kidd, 2 Jan. 1810, d. 28 July 1862.

+1474.   John Marmaduke Kimbrough, b. 15 April 1792, m. Nancy M. Turner, 5 May 1825, d. 19 Dec. 1864.

+1475.   Henry Turner Kimbrough, b. 9 Jan. 1795, m. Ursula J. Anthony, 5 March 1818, d. 10 Nov. 1863.

+1476.   James B. Kimbrough, b. 3 Oct. 1799, m. Susannah Kimbro, 9 Jan. 1823, d. 1 April 1856.

 

Frances Kimbrough (464) was born about 1774 in VA, and died 22 Sept. 1846 in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Robert Browning, son of Edmund Browning and Mary Ann ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 13 Dec. 1791 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 15 March 1764 in Culpeper Co., VA, and died 11 April 1843 in Caswell Co., NC.  Most, if not all, were born in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑170)

Children - Browning

  1477.   Nancy Browning, b. aft. 1793, m. Robert Martin, 21 March 1812 (Caswell Co., NC bond).

  1478.   Hannah N. Browning, b.c. 1795.

  1479.   John K. Browning, b. aft. 1797, m. Mary Smith, 6 April 1825 (Caswell Co., NC bond).

  1480.   Sanders W. Browning, b.c. 1800, m(1) Leatha Warren, m(2) Sarah Oakley, 6 Oct. 1857 (Caswell Co., NC bond), d. 1868.

  1481.   William L. Browning, b.c. 1801, m. Permelia Nelson, 12 Nov. 1823 (Caswell Co., NC bond), d. aft. 1860 (Calhoun Co., AL).

  1482.   Ziebetha Tabitha Browning, b. aft. 1801, m. James Murrie, 26 Sept. 1818 (Caswell Co., NC bond) or 31 Oct. 1818 (family bible).

  1483.   Elijah G. Browning, b.c. 1803, m. Mary S. Stadler, 13 Feb. 1859, Caswell Co., NC bond).

  1484.   Frances S. Browning, b.c. 1805, m. Samuel H. Smith, 13 Nov. 1826 (Caswell Co., NC bond).

  1485.   James S. Browning, b.c. 1807, m. Drady Parks, 12 Nov. 1826 (Caswell Co., NC bond), d. aft. 1870 (TX).

  1486.   Robert Jonathan Browning, b. 17 May 1809, m. Frances Lou Biles, d. 15 July 1885 (Madison Co., AL).

  1487.   Young H. Browning, b.c. 1811, d.c. 1862 (Benton Co., AL).

+1488.   Ava P. Browning, b. 17 Dec. 1812, m. John C. Smith, Jr., 26 April 1845, d. 17 Jan. 1886.

  1489.   Ann D. Browning, b.c. 1813, m. Aaron P. Robertson, 15 Nov. 1838 (Caswell Co., NC), d.c. 1882 (Rockingham Co., NC).

 

Tabitha (“Tabby”) Kimbrough (466) was born about 1782 in NC, and died in 1855 in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Nathaniel Snipes on 16 June 1801 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born about 1770 in Orange Co., NC, and died about 1844 in Caswell Co., NC.  His estate sale was held 25 Oct. 1844 in Caswell Co., NC.  Tabitha was recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑530)

Children - Snipes

  1490.   Nathaniel Snipes, b.c. 1803, m. Susannah Hendricks, d. 2 Dec. 1862 (Camp Springs, Caswell Co., NC).  She was b.c. 1805.

+1491.   Nancy Snipes, b.c. 1804, m. Elijah Hester, 6 Sept. 1828, d. aft. 1860.

  1492.   John Kimbrough Snipes, b.c. 1806.

  1493.   Tabitha Snipes, b.c. 1805, m. James Smith Warren, 6 Jan. 1847 (Caswell Co., NC).  He was b.c. 1800.

  1494.   Sarah Snipes, b.c. 1806.

  1495.   Frances Snipes, b.c. 1814, m. James K. (or Madison) Pinnix, M. D., 1 Feb. 1868 (Caswell Co., NC).  He was b. 28 Aug. 1824, son of Capt. Joseph N. Pinnix and Elizabeth Kerr.

  1496.   Mary W. Snipes, b.c. 1815.  Lived with sister Cornelia and brother-in-law Alfred Nash in 1850.

+1497.   Cornelia Snipes, b.c. 1821, m. Alfred Moore Nash, 30 March 1841, d. aft. 1880.

+1498.   James Calvin Snipes, b.c. 1818, m. Emeline Eliza Swift, 27 May 1847.

+1499.   Elizabeth Laster Snipes, b. 22 May 1824, m. John Henry Simpson, 8 Nov. 1853, d. 2 July 1883.

 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM KIMBROUGH (88) AND ELIZABETH GOOCH

John Kimbrough (or Kimbro) (467) was born 11 April 1771 in NC, and died 10 Feb. 1852.  He first married Beth Ann Morton about 1804.  She died 2 Feb. 1811.  He married second Nancy Bearden on 13 March 1812 in Wilson Co., TN.  She was born about 1793.  He married third Martha Walden on 15 Sept. 1815 in Rutherford Co., TN.  He married fourth Tabitha Burnett on 28 Dec. 1841 in Davidson Co., TN.  She was born in 1785 in VA, and died after 1860.  (R‑141)

Children - Kimbro, by Beth Ann Morton

  1500.   William Kimbro, b. 14 July 1805, d. 1809.

  1501.   Frances Kimbro, b. 1807, m. Seth Neal, 6 Oct. 1823 (Rutherford Co., TN).  He was b.c. 1800.

  1502.   Mary Kimbro, b. 1810, m. Stephen H. Horn, 8 Sept. 1827 (Davidson Co., TN).  He was b.c. 1810.

+1503.   Samuel Kimbro, b. 1811, m. Elizabeth V. Nance, 22 Feb. 1832.

Children - Kimbro, by Nancy Bearden

  1504.   Lucinda Kimbro, b. 1813, m. Isaac N. Kimbro (#1519), 8 Nov. 1832.  See #1519 for descendants.

+1505.   Thomas H. B. Kimbro, b. 1815, m. Mariah C. Felts, 4 April 1850, d. 1862-1880.

Children - Kimbro, by Martha Walden

  1506.   Martha Elizabeth Kimbro, b.c. 1816, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Ogilvie.

  1507.   Sarah Caroline Kimbro, b.c. 1817, m. Bartlett Zachary, 2 Jan. 1834 (Davidson Co., TN).  He was b.c. 1817.

  1508.   Louisa F. Kimbro, b.c. 1818, m. Hiram White, 4 May 1843 (Davidson Co., TN).  He was b.c. 1817.

  1509.   Elizabeth Ellen Kimbro, b. 1823, m. William Smith Ogilvie, 11 Nov. 1841 (Davidson Co., TN), d. before 1852.  He was b. 1820.

 

Elizabeth Kimbrough (469) was born 13 Nov. 1779 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 16 Nov. 1845 in TN.  She married Mark Hart, son of Benjamin Hart and Nancy Ann Morgan, on 20 July 1799 in Davidson Co., TN.  He was born 3 Sept. 1776 in GA, and died 30 July 1835 in TN.  Their children were born in Rutherford Co., TN.  (R‑127, R‑141)

Children - Hart

+1510.   Benjamin Umpstead Hart, b. 12 Nov. 1802, m. Sarah Fredonia Old, 1830, d. June 1886.

  1511.   Thomas Morgan Hart, b. 1805.

  1512.   Martha B. Hart, b. 1807.

  1513.   Keziah H. Hart, b. 1809.

  1514.   Jane T. Hart, b. 1811.

  1515.   William Kimbrough Hart, b. 1813.

  1516.   Natheniel Breene Hart, b. 1816.

  1517.   James F. Hart, b. 1820.

  1518.   Elizabeth F. Hart, b. 1823.

 

William G. Kimbrough (470) was born 13 Dec. 1780 in NC, and died in Nov. 1824.  He married Lucinda Basey on 5 Aug. 1813 in LaVergne, Davidson Co., TN.  She was born in 1791 in VA.  (R‑141)

Children - Kimbro

+1519.   Isaac Newton Kimbro, b. 4 Nov. 1814, m(1) Lucinda Kimbro, 8 Nov. 1832, m(2) Sarah A. Ekredge, 28 Jan. 1858, d.c. 1891.

  1520.   Ethelbert B. Kimbro, b. 16 Jan. 1817.

  1521.   Joseph T. Kimbro, b. 2 March 1819.

+1522.   Amanda Ann Kimbro, b. 12 June 1821, m. Abel B. Rushing, 9 Dec. 1839, d. 29 Aug. 1898.

+1523.   William Payton Kimbro, b. 10 March 1824, m. Alley Walker, 11 Jan. 1877, d. 1 Sept. 1893.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

Azariah Kimbrough (or Kimbro) (472) was born 1 March 1783 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 6 Feb. 1864 in Rutherford Co., TN.  He married Nancy Ann Basey on 5 Aug. 1813 in Shelby Co., TN.  She was born in 1796 in KY.  All their children were born in Rutherford Co., TN, at least Azariah in Murfreesboro.  (R‑141)

Children - Kimbro

  1524.   Richard Taylor Kimbro, b. 6 May 1814, d. 8 May 1815 (TN).

+1525.   William W. Kimbro, b. 7 July 1818, m. Mary Ann Carless, 26 Nov. 1850, d. 4 July 1853.

+1526.   Rolly P. S. Kimbro, b. 1820, m. Sinia V. Crutcher, 15 Oct. 1844.

  1527.   Azariah Lycurgus Kimbro, b. 1825, d. 18 March 1888 (Memphis, TN).

  1528.   Almira C. Kimbro, b. 1828, m. Isaac J. Frazier, 19 July 1849 (Rutherford Co., TN).  He was b.c. 1828.

+1529.   John Basey Kimbro, b. 26 March 1831, m. Amanda Melvina Frazier, 12 Oct. 1852, d. 21 March 1872.

 

Joseph A. Kimbrough (473) was born 10 Dec. 1790 in NC, and died 1 Nov. 1860 in TN.  He married Lucinda Tait Gooch, daughter of Nathaniel Gooch and Martha Patsy Tait, on 2 Jan. 1822 in Rutherford Co., TN.  She was born 24 March 1803 in NC, and died 14 Aug. 1867 in TN.  All their children were born in TN.  (R‑141)

Children - Kimbro

  1530.   Martha L. Tait Kimbro, b. 27 Dec. 1822, m. Priged Mike Mire Alexander, 29 March 1842 (Rutherford Co., TN), d. 3 Dec. 1847.

  1531.   Susan W. Gooch Kimbro, b. 10 March 1824, m. William Scruggs, 23 Dec. 1844 (Rutherford Co., TN), d. 21 May 1849.

  1532.   Mary Elizabeth Kimbro, b. 1 July 1825, m. Priged Mike Mire Alexander, 29 March 1842 (Rutherford Co., TN), d. 3 Aug. 1903.  It may be that he married both Mary and her sister Martha, but, if that is the case, then the marriage date to Mary is wrong.

  1533.   Narcissus Sophronia Kimbro, b. 4 Dec. 1826, d. 14 Sept. 1863.

  1534.   John Claiborne Gooch Kimbro, b. 7 Feb. 1828.

  1535.   Joseph A. Kimbro, Jr., b. 11 March 1830, d. 16 Aug. 1893.

  1536.   Frances Cornelia Kimbro, b. 19 Jan. 1832, d. March 1850 (Rutherford Co., TN).

  1537.   Nathaniel Gooch Kimbro, b. 19 June 1833, m. H. L. Goodman, 15 Jan. 1861 (Rutherford Co., TN).  She was b.c. 1840.

  1538.   William W. Kimbro, b. 2 March 1835.

  1539.   Nancy Ann Kimbro, b. 14 Feb. 1837.

  1540.   Ellen Cone Kimbro, b. 17 March 1840.

+1541.   James W. Kimbro, b. 11 March 1842, m(1) Martha L. Hibbett, 25 July 1863, m(2) Henrie E. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1876.

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS KIMBROUGH (90) AND ELIZABETH GRAVES

Nancy Graves Kimbrough (475) was born about 1793 in Caswell Co., NC according to the 1850 census, and died after 1860.  She married Goodwin Evans, son of Lewis Evans, on 5 Jan. 1814 (Groom Book, Yanceyville Courthouse, NC[60]).  He was born about 1790 in Caswell Co., NC, and died after 1870.  This family was recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Caswell Co., NC; their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  Goodwin was recorded on the 1870 census in Caswell Co., NC; daughter Mary lived with him.  R‑127)

Children - Evans

  1542.   Wilson Evans, died young.

  1543.   Catherine Evans, b.c. 1816 (Caswell Co., NC), m. John W. Dameron, 27 Nov. 1841 (Caswell Co., NC, Record 01 069).

  1544.   Barzillai A. Evans, b.c. 1825 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Phoebe W. Dameron, 6 Dec. 1845 (Caswell Co., NC, Record 01 087).  Recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC.

  1545.   Mary Jane Evans, b.c. 1828, never married, d. aft. 1870.

  1546.   Nancy K. Evans, m. Thomas E. Moore, 24 Oct. 1842 (Caswell Co., NC, Record 01 207).

+1547.   Rufus Green Evans, b.c. 1831, m. Mary Ann Mildred Doggett, 18 Oct. 1866.

  1548.   Goodwin (or George) W. Evans, b.c. 1833.  Listed as Goodwin on the 1850 census and George on the 1860 census.

 

Mary Jennings (“Polly”) Kimbrough (476) was born 27 March 1794 and died 7 Oct. 1865, both in Caswell Co., NC.  She married John Chandler, son of Josiah Chandler and Polly Roberts, on 16 Dec. 1822 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 5 Nov. 1792 and died 20 Jan. 1829, both in Caswell Co., NC.  She was recorded on the 1830-1860 censuses in Caswell Co., NC as head of the household.  (R‑539)

Children - Chandler

+1549.   William G. Chandler, b. 24 Oct. 1825, m. Virginia F. Covington, 31 Jan. 1856, d. 20 Nov. 1909.

  1550.   Frances Elizabeth Chandler, b. by 5 Oct. 1827; recorded as an heir on her grandmother Elizabeth Kimbrough’s will (Caswell Co., NC Will Book, Book L, p. 89, entry 266); also recorded as an orphan on the Caswell County [NC] Guardians’ Accounts, with her mother as her guardian in 1831 and 1838.

 

Elijah G. Kimbrough (478) was born 22 July 1799 in NC, and died 20 Aug. 1878 (or 1879) in KY.  He married Mildred Crowder.  She was born 6 Dec. 1803 in VA, and died 11 March 1875.  All the following children were listed in the 1850 census for Fulton Co., KY.  The first three children were born in NC and the others in KY.  This family was also recorded on the 1860 and 1870 censuses in Fulton Co., KY.  (R‑127)

Children - Kimbrough/Kimbro

  1551.   Azariah Kimbro, b. 15 Sept. 1828, m. Martha Morris, d. 7 Jan. 1910.  She was b. 27 Oct. 1835, d. 30 March 1907.

  1552.   Romulus Kimbro, b.c. 1828, m. Elizabeth Cayce.

+1553.   Elijah Green Kimbro, b. 8 Dec. 1829, m. Martha Jane Clark, 10 Sept. 1853, d. 17 April 1910.

  1554.   Mary Kimbro, b.c. 1833, m. Chaney Linder.

  1555.   Frances Kimbro, b.c. 1836, m. Frank Pegram.

  1556.   Amanda Kimbro, b.c. 1839, m. Thomas (“Tom”) Baker.  Recorded as Elizabeth in 1860.

  1557.   Ellen Kimbro, b.c. 1841, m. Joseph (“Joe”) Lynch.

  1558.   William Thomas Kimbro, b.c. 1846, m. Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

 

CHILDREN OF SARAH KIMBROUGH (92) AND LEONARD BROWN

Eleanor Brown (491) was born about 1763 in Orange Co., NC, and died after 1850, probably in Sumner Co., TN.  She married William Dorris, Jr., son of William Dorris and Mary Williams, on 15 Jan. 1785 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born about 1761 in Hopewell Twp., Hunterdon Co., NJ, and died 22 Nov. 1842 in Sumner Co., TN.  They were buried in Fountain Head, Sumner Co., TN.  Their children were born in NC except for the last two who were born in Sumner Co., TN.  Eleanor was recorded as Ellen Dorris on the 1850 census in Sumner Co., TN; she lived with daughter Zelpha’s family.  (R‑18)

Children - Dorris

+1559.   Elijah Dorris, b. 27 Feb. 1786, m(1) Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, bef. 1808, m(2) Mary Jane Hough, 23 Feb. 1815, d. bet 1865-1870.

+1560.   William Dorris, b. 24 Nov. 1787, m. Mary Rippy, 16 July 1812, d. 13 Jan. 1882.

+1561.   John Dorris, b. 10 Jan. 1790, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Sarah Jane Dorris, 9 Feb. 1816, d. 8 Aug. 1824.

+1562.   Robert A. Dorris, b. 6 May 1791, m. Jane Rippy, 18 July 1818, d. 16 March 1857.

+1563.   Zelpha Dorris, b. 14 Jan. 1795, m. Abraham Bradley, 27 June 1818, d. 20 Sept. 1864.

  1564.   Abigail Dorris, b. 11 March 1797 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Joseph Logan, 31 Dec. 1819 (Sumner Co., TN).

+1565.   Lewis Dorris, b. 12 Oct. 1799, m(1) Mary Bush, 22 Sept. 1828, m(2) Nancy E. Priest, 6 Sept. 1857, d. 20 Oct. 1867.

+1566.   Jesse H. Dorris, b. 26 Dec. 1801, m. Mary Freeland, 14 Aug. 1828, d. 21 Oct. 1891.

+1567.   Elias Dorris, b. 21 Jan. 1807, m. Martha Rippey, 19 July 1830, d. 24 Dec. 1881.

 

Elizabeth Brown (492) was born about 1765 in Orange Co., VA (or Orange Co., NC), and died between 1835-1840, probably in Fayette Co., IL.  She married M. R. Crickman.  He died before 1800.  (R‑47)

Children - Crickman

+1568.   Thomas Crickman, b.c. 1790, (1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, bef. 1810, m(2) Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1813, m(3) Eliza Moore, 10 Nov. 1836, d. 1848.

+1569.   Sarah Crickman, b.c. 1793, m(1) Michael Osbrooks, c. 1809, m(2) Jacob Tinker, 13 Oct. 1813, d. 1875.

 

William Brown (494) was born about 1766 in Orange Co., NC, and died 10 Dec. 1808 in Sumner Co., TN.  He married Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑ about 1788.  (R‑47)

Children - Brown

+1570.   Mary Brown, b.c. 1789, m. John Garrison, Jr., d. bet. 1829-1831.

  1571.   Azariah Brown, b.c. 1790-1800 (Caswell Co., NC).

  1572.   Nancy Brown, b.c. 1790-1800 (Caswell Co., NC).

 

Thomas Brown (495) was born about 1768 and died 1 Aug. 1855, both in Caswell Co., NC.  He married Sarah (“Salley”) Murray, daughter of James Murray and Sarah Cantrell, on 15 Dec. 1795 in Orange Co., NC.  She was born 22 Nov. 1776 in the part of Orange Co., NC, that became Caswell Co. in 1777, died 7 Aug. 1845 in Caswell Co., NC, and was buried in Bush Arbor, Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑466)

Children - Brown

+1573.   Martha Brown, b.c. 1796, m. Edmund Butler Rice, 30 Nov. 1814, d.c. 1844.

+1574.   Mary Brown, b. 21 Jan. 1807, m. Nathan Massey, 10 Sept. 1828, d. 26 Feb. 1868.

+1575.   Nathan Brown, b. 22 Feb. 1809, m. Mary Walker, 30 Nov. 1842, d. 19 Aug. 1888.

+1576.   James T. Brown, b.c. 1812, m. Bidda Massey, 17 Feb. 1831, d. Oct. 1849.

+1577.   Sarah Brown, b.c. 1816, m. Alfred Moore Whitsett, 6 Sept. 1833, d. bef. 1889.

 

Robert Brown (496) was born about 1770 in Orange Co., NC, and died in Nov. 1849 in Sumner Co., TN.  He first married Lydia Harris on 19 Dec. 1795 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born about 1770 and died by 1811.  He married second Susannah (“Hannah”) Brown on 11 June 1812 in Sumner Co., TN.  (R‑467, R‑468)

Children - Brown, by Lydia Harris

+1578.   Jacob Cantral (or Cantrell) Brown, b. 28 July 1797, m(1) Anna Tatum, 16 Jan. 1823, m(2) Nancy Miller, 2 Jan. 1830, d. 12 Jan. 1884.

+1579.   Jeremiah Brown, b. 22 Sept. 1799, m. Nancy Hodges, 13 March 1821, d. 6 May 1880.

  1580.   Milly Brown, b.c. 1803, m. Samuel Cochran, Jr., 3 Dec. 1822.  He was b. 29 May 1804 (VA), son of Samuel Cochran and Sarah Northcutt.

  1581.   William Brown, b.c. 1806, m(1) Fanny Hodges, 29 March 1828 (Sumner Co., TN), m(2) Mary (‑‑‑‑‑) Bradley, d. 1840.

+1582.   Sally Brown, b.c. 1810, m. Richard W. Allen, 22 March 1830.

Children - Brown, by Susannah Brown

+1583.   Mary Jane Brown, b. 3 July 1812, m. Asa Washington Hodges, 7 Dec. 1833, d. aft. 1880.

+1584.   Robert Martin Brown, b.c. 1814, m. Mary A. Soaps, 13 June 1839, d. 1882.

+1585.   Susannah Brown, b.c. 1816, m. Josiah Martin, 12 Nov. 1834, d. bet. 1843-1847.

+1586.   Anthony C. Brown, b. 24 Aug. 1822, m. Martha Ann Moye, 4 Feb. 1851, d. 3 May 1880.

+1587.   Jonathan L. Brown, b. 7 April 1827, m. Mary Ann Purdue, 7 Feb. 1853, d. 18 March 1903.

 

Susannah Brown (497) was born about 1771 in Caswell Co., NC, and died after the 1840 census.  She married John Melton, son of William Melton and Keziah Lynne, about 1788, probably in Caswell Co., NC.  He died 16 Aug. 1833 in IL.  (R‑47)

Children - Melton

  1588.   Reuben Melton, b.c. 1789 (probably Caswell Co., NC), m. Ann ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1819.  She was b.c. 1800.

+1589.   Sarah Melton, b.c. 1792, m. John Swango, d. aft. 13 July 1870.

+1590.   Mary Melton, b.c. 1794, m(1) Wade Hampton, 23 Sept. 1816, m(2) Sidney McNutt, 6 Dec. 1847, d. aft. 1855.

  1591.   Thomas Melton, b.c. 1795 (probably Caswell Co., NC), m. Nancy Ausbrooks, 20 Jan. 1816 (Sumner Co., TN).  She was b.c. 1798, daughter of Michael Ozbrooks and Ruth Wilson.

  1592.   William Melton, b.c. 1800 (probably Warren Co., KY).

+1593.   Leonard Melton, b.c. 1802, m. Mary Warren, c. 1825, d. bef. 1855.

+1594.   Isaiah Melton, b.c. 1808, m. Elizabeth Osbrooks (#4935), 10 Dec. 1829, d. bet. 1880-1900.

+1595.   Mildred Melton, b.c. 1812, m. William Allen Forth, c. 1838, d. 16 April 1850.

+1596.   Daniel Melton, b.c. 1814, m(1) Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Martha Williams, c. 1839, d. aft. 1870.

 

Solomon Brown (498) was born about 1772 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 1 May 1849 in Sumner Co., TN.  He married Hannah Cantrell on 5 April 1790 in Orange Co., NC.  She was born about 1772.  Their children were born in NC, at least the last five in Caswell Co.  (R‑467)

Children - Brown

+1597.   Jacob Brown, b.c. 1791, m. Dovey Foster, 18 Sept. 1820, d. bef. 1 July 1864.

+1598.   Sarah Brown, b.c. 1794, m. Richard Martin, 16 March 1816, d. 1859.

+1599.   Jane Brown, b.c. 1800, m(1) William Jones, 23 Jan. 1818, m(2) Marcus Bruce, 26 May 1843, d. bef. Oct. 1849.

+1600.   Hannah Brown, b.c. 1802, m(1) James B. Cantrell, 13 May 1820, m(2) Robert Bruce, 27 Feb. 1830, d. bef. Oct. 1849.

  1601.   John Brown, b.c. 1805 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Sara Foster.

+1602.   Jemima Brown, b.c. 1811, m(1) Reuben Bruce, 9 Dec. 1826, m(2) Raleigh Law, 29 Dec. 1846, d. aft 1880.

 

Sarah (“Sally”) Brown (499) was born about 1776 in NC, and died after 1841 in Sumner Co., TN.  She married John Askins (or Askew) on 26 Oct. 1799 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born between 1770 and 1775 in NC, and died about 1840 in Sumner Co., TN.  Their descendants are shown with many surname variations, including Eskew, Escue, Ascue, and Asky.  (R‑52)

Children - Askew

+1603.   Elisha Askew, b.c. 1800, m(1) Martha Eubanks, 20 Jan. 1821, m(2) Margaret Elizabeth Tawney, 15 March 1838, d.c. 1879.

+1604.   Mary Polly Askew, b.c. 1801, m. Micajah C. Penn, 9 July 1831, d. aft. 1850.

  1605.   William Askew, b. 1804-1810, d.c. 1829.

+1606.   Sarah Catherine Askew, b.c. 1809, m. Howell Lewis, 16 Jan. 1830, d. aft. 1880.

  1607.   Nancy Askew, b.c. 1810.

+1608.   John Washington Askew, b.c. 1813, m(1) Elizabeth Smith, 23 June 1832, m(2) Margaret Mary Troutt, 20 Dec. 1842, d. bet. 1860 and 1870.

+1609.   Leonard Askey, b.c. 1817, m. Luvenia Green, 15 Nov. 1841, d. aft. 1850.

 

Leonard Brown, Jr. (500) was born about 1785 in NC, and died 28 Sept. 1851 in Haynesville, Claiborne Parish, LA.  He first married Mary Ann Simpson, daughter of Richard Simpson and Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, about 1803.  Their children were born in TN, the last two in Giles Co., TN.  He married second Phoebe (‑‑‑‑‑‑) Brown on 28 Oct. 1850.  Leonard was recorded on the 1850 census in Claiborne Parish, LA.  (R‑47)

Children - Brown, by Mary A. Simpson

+1610.   Nathaniel Brown, b. 3 Nov. 1804, m. Elizabeth A. Weeks, 9 March 1828, d. 28 Aug. 1892.

+1611.   Mary Ann C. Brown, b. c. 1812, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Ramsey, c. 1835, m(2) Charles R. Woods, c. 1846, d. aft. 1880.

+1612.   Samuel Jenkins Brown, b. 19 Jan. 1813, m. Jane Ann DeMoss, 17 Dec. 1842, d. 20 Sept. 1879.

Children - Brown, by Phoebe ‑‑‑‑‑‑

  1613.   Daniel Brown, b.c. 1851 (Haynesville, LA).

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN HERNDON GRAVES (98) AND NANCY SLADE

Catherine ("Katie") Graves (502) was born 23 Feb. (or Dec.) 1773 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 12 Jan. 1860 in Owensboro, Daviess Co., KY.  She married Groves Howard, son of Francis Howard and Ann Allen, on 12 Feb. 1792[61] in Granville Co., NC.  He was born 25 April 1769 in NC, and died 25 Nov. 1848 in Confederate, Lyon Co., KY.

They lived in Caswell Co., NC until about 1816, when they moved to Caldwell (now Lyon) Co., KY, where he died and was buried on his farm (the Rufus Barnett farm, 1/4 mile from Confederate, KY).

Catherine Graves is credited with bringing the Baptist doctrine into the Howard family, which had been Episcopalian in earlier generations.  Several of Catherine's brothers were Baptist ministers.  Her eldest son, whom she named John Graves for her father, was also a Baptist minister of prominence in Kentucky.

After living in Kentucky for some years, Catherine and Groves Howard returned to NC for a visit with relatives.  The trip was made on horseback, a distance of five or six hundred miles.

After the death of Groves Howard, Catherine went to live with their eldest son, Rev. John Graves Howard, of Daviess Co., KY, near Owensboro.  She died there, and was buried in the Elmwood Cemetery at Owensboro.  (R‑19, R‑51, R‑113)

Children - Howard

+1614.   John Graves Howard, b. 9 Nov. 1792, m(1) Priscilla Simon Yancey, 7 Dec. 1814, m(2) Rebecca Dupin, d. 17 May 1874.

+1615.   Nancy Slade Howard, b. 28 Sept. 1794, m. Broady Howard, 7 April 1813, d. 19 July 1840.

+1616.   Leah Howard, b. 11 Sept. 1796, m. John Barnett, 1 Oct. 1817, d. 20 Aug. 1856.

+1617.   Owen Howard, b. 14 (or 24) July 1798, m. Mary Howard, d.c. 1831.

+1618.   Groves Lea Howard, b. 27 Oct. 1801, m. Judith Frances Thorpe, 21 Jan. 1825, d. 1 March 1850.

+1619.   Catherine Graves Howard, b. 3 Feb. 1804, m(1) John S. Parker, 24 Jan. 1822, m(2) Ransford Smith, 22 Aug. 1829, d. 18 Dec. 1857.

+1620.   Franklin H. Howard, b. 3 Jan. 1806, m(1) Martha Elizabeth Betts, 18 Oct. 1831, m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 11 Nov. 1852, d. 17 Aug. 1854.

  1621.   Solomon Howard, b. 12 April 1807 (NC), m. Hannah Johnson, d. 26 Jan. 1874 (NC).

+1622.   Logan Howard, b. 1 Aug. 1809, m. Mary King, 5 March 1831.

 

Thomas Slade Graves (503) was born 5 Feb. 1775 in Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC, and died 17 March 1847 in Social Circle, Newton Co., GA.  He married Mary Lee (or Lea) ("Polly") Bennett (or Burnett) on 7 May 1800 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 22 Sept. 1781 in Notoway Co., VA, and died 29 May 1850 in Social Circle, GA.  He was postmaster at Yanceyville, NC for many years and was a colonel in the NC Militia.  He moved to Newton Co., GA.  (R‑109, R‑322, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1623.   Dr. George Washington Graves, b. 1801, m. Sarah Jane Hill.

+1624.   Leannah Herndon Graves, b. 1803, m. Paul Anderson Haralson, 30 Sept. 1824, d.c. 1848.

  1625.   Anne Slade Graves, b.c. 1803, m. Solomon Graves (#553), 21 May 1836, d. bef. 1842.

+1626.   John Herndon Graves, b. 6 March 1807, m. Julia Ann Hill, 14 June 1836, d. 19 April 1889.

+1627.   Thomas Augustus Graves, b. 11 Dec. 1812 (or 11 Dec. 1821), m. Celete A. Bailey, 3 June 1837, d. 1841.

+1628.   Henry Lee Graves, b. 22 Feb. 1813, m(1) Rebecca Williams Graves, 3 Feb. 1836, m(2) Myra Lusk Crumpler, 1872, d. 4 Nov. 1881.

  1629.   Louisa Maria Graves, m. Thomas U. Wilks, 31 Oct. 1837 (Caswell Co., NC).  Her name was recorded as Mirah L. on her marriage record.

  1630.   Mary Ann Graves, b. 31 Oct. 1815, died young.

 

Capt. William Graves (506) was born 27 Oct. 1780 and died 25 Dec. 1845.  (According to his grave stone, he died 25 Dec. 1845 at age 65 years, 1 month, 28 days.)  He first married Isabella (or Isabel) Graves (#1708), his first cousin one removed, daughter of James Graves and Nancy Slade (or Isabella Graves (#530), his first cousin, daughter of his uncle Thomas Graves and Hannah Simmons), on 21 Nov. 1805[62] in Caswell Co., NC.  He married second his first cousin Ann (or Anne) Lea ("Nancy") Graves (#556), daughter of his uncle, Gen. Azariah Graves, on 25 May 1815[63] in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 5 Jan. 1794 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 20 Oct. 1857.  William and Ann were buried in Graves Family Cem., Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC.  Ann and children William, M. F., C. W., and V. Y. were recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC, all born in Caswell Co.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Isabella Graves

+1631.   Elijah Graves, b.c. 1808, m(1) Eliza A. Gunn, 21 Oct. 1828, m(2) Mary J. Crump, 26 Nov. 1849, d. Sept. 1894.

  1632.   Ann Slade Graves

  1633.   Elizabeth Burton Graves

Children - Graves by Ann L. Graves

  1634.   Henrietta Williams Graves, b.c. 1818, m(1) Algernon Sydney Yancey (#1796), 21 May 1838, m(2) John H. Mebane, by 1850.  See #1796 for descendants.

+1635.   William Pinckney Graves, b. 24 April 1820, m. Eliza Virginia Bailey, 1853, d. 15 July 1892.

+1636.   John Azariah Graves, b. 18 Nov. 1822, m. Catherine (Dodson) Whited, 31 May 1848, d. 2 March 1864.

  1637.   M. F. Graves [daughter], b.c. 1832, married.

  1638.   Cornelia W. Graves, b.c. 1835, m. Lewis W. Turbeville, 30 Aug. 1852 (Caswell Co., NC).

  1639.   Virginia Y. Graves, b.c. 1838, m. William R. McDonald, 13 Jan. 1864 (Caswell Co., NC).

  1640.   daughter, married.

 

Gen. Barzillai Graves (507) was born 16 April 1782 and died 10 Oct. 1850.  He first married Frances Williams of Halifax Co., VA on 2 May 1811 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.  He married second Mary Thomas (Marshall) Royal, a near relative of Chief Justice John Marshall, on 23 Oct. 1822 in Halifax Co., VA[64].  She was born about 1786 in VA, and died at age 68.  He was a very prominent man, member of the N.C. Legislature for 1813-1815, 1819, 1821, 1832, Justice of the Peace, and General of the N.C. Militia for four counties.  Barzillai and Mary were buried in Graves Family Cem., Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Frances Williams

+1641.   Robert W. Graves, m. Leannah ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  1642.   John Kerr Graves

  1643.   Sallie F. Graves

  1644.   Frances Williams Graves, b. 16 Nov. 1825, m. Algernon S. Womack (of Caswell Co., NC), 8 Aug. 1855, d. 22 April 1896.

Children - Graves, by Mary Marshall

  1645.   Mary Marshall Graves

  1646.   Napoleon T. Graves, never married, d. at age 28.

 

Delilah Graves (508) was born 7 Sept. 1784 and died 13 April 1848.  She first married David Womack, son of John Womack and Lucy Pryor (who first married a Tapley), on 24 March 1800 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 27 March 1785 in Caswell Co., NC[65], and died in 1813 in Caswell Co., NC.  His estate was inventoried in Oct. 1813 in Caswell Co.  He was on the 1784 tax list with 300 acres; in 1787 he bought from the Haralson estate; in 1807 he bought from Spillsby Coleman; and in 1808 he received a commission in the estate of Quine.

In Jan. 1814, Delilah received an allotment from David's estate to care for her children.  All the children listed below were listed in the 1815 guardian accounts (p. 151) as orphans with Delilah as guardian.  The estate of David Womack was administered by Azariah Graves, with bonds on Abner Walker, Polly Birk, and Anderson Birk.  Nancy S. and P. H. were still under guardianship to Abner Miles in Aug. 1828.

Delilah married second Abner Miles, son of Jacob Miles, Jr. and Nancy Rice, on 24 Nov. 1819 in Caswell Co., NC[66].  He was born about 1782[67], died 16 Oct. 1856 of typhoid fever at age 74.  He was a magistrate and postmaster.  Delilah and Abner were buried in Graves Family Cem., Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑66, R‑521)

Children - Womack

  1647.   John Womack, d. 1830.

+1648.   Pleasant Henry Womack, b. 29 Feb. 1804, m. Sarah McComas Haralson, 4 Dec. 1828, d. 31 Oct. 1866.

+1649.   Nancy S. Womack, b. 31 March 1806, m. Thomas J. Blackwell, 6 Jan. 1831, d. 7 Aug. 1854.

+1650.   Green Pryor Womack, b.c. 1808, m(1) Mrs. Ann McIver, m(2) Elizabeth C. Hatchett, 17 Oct. 1831, d. aft. 1870.

+1651.   Vashti Womack, b.c. 1810, m. Griffin Gunn, 18 Sept. 1837, d. after 1880.

  1652.   Elizabeth G. Womack, b. 5 Sept. 1812, m. James L. Graves (#1701), 12 March 1840, d. 17 Feb. 1847.  Bur. Graves Fam. Cem.

Children - Miles

+1653.   Martha Rice Miles, b.c. 1815, m. Yancey Jones, 20 July 1850, d. 1870-1880.

+1654.   Mary Graves Miles, b.c. 1823, m. Albert Gallatin Yancey, 1843, d. 7 Feb. 1898.

+1655.   Thomas Herndon Miles, b.c. 1825, m(1) Elizabeth Olive Turbeville, 23 Sept. 1850, m(2) Lucy L. Palmer, 11 Nov. 1863, d.c. 1880.

 

CHILDREN OF MARY GRAVES (99) AND JOHN H. KERR

Nancy Kerr (511) was born 18 Dec. 1774 in Orange Co., NC, died 5 Nov. 1854 in Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC, and was buried in First Baptist Church Cem. of Yanceyville.  She married Benjamin James Lea, son of John (“Country Line”) Lea and Winifred Kavanaugh, on 9 Feb. 1796 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born about 1770 in Orange Co., NC, and died in 1833.  Their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑521)

Children - Lea

  1656.   John C. Lea, b.c. 1797 (Caswell Co., NC), d. MS.

+1657.   William Lea, b.c. 1798 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Harriet Lowry, 11 July 1831, d. 1833 (MS).

  1658.   Benjamin James Lea, Jr., b.c. 1800, d. New Orleans, LA.

+1659.   Mary Lea, b. 1802, m. Swift Williamson, 12 Dec. 1819, d. 1874.

+1660.   Alvis Graves Lea, b. 22 Dec. 1805 (twin), m. Nancy Kerr, 29 March 1832, d. 26 June 1876.

+1661.   Calvin Lea, M. D., b. 22 Dec. 1805 (twin), m(1) Emily Griffin, m(2) Sarah Hayes, d. 1833.

+1662.   James Kerr Lea, b. 15 Jan. 1809, m(1) Sarah Griffin, m(2) Margaret Delphia Sargent, 15 Dec. 1848, d. 20 June 1872.

  1663.   Cornelia K. Lea, b.c. 1812.

 

John Kerr (514) was born 4 Aug. 1762 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 29 Sept. 1843 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.  He married Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Robert Williams and Sarah Lanier, about 1805.  She was born 8 Dec. 1776 in Halifax Co., VA, and died 31 Oct. 1834.  He was a minister.  (R‑521)

Children - Kerr

  1664.   Nathaniel Williams Kerr, 7 Feb. 1806, d. 1836.

  1665.   Sarah Lanier Kerr, b. 26 Aug. 1807 (Danville, VA).

+1666.   Mary Graves Kerr, b. 22 April 1809, m. Nicholas Lanier Williams, 4 Aug. 1824, d. 29 June 1884.

+1667.   Martha Ann Kerr, b. 14 Sept. 1808, m. William Richardson, 4 Jan. 1827, d. 8 Oct. 1893.

+1668.   John Kerr, Jr., b. 10 Feb. 1811, m(1) Evelina B. Campbell, 23 Dec. 1835, m(2) Ann Eliza Royall, 14 Oct. 1863, d. 5 Sept. 1879.

+1669.   Frances Lewis Kerr, b. 10 March 1815, Thomas Dickson Connally, 14 Nov. 1838, d.c. 1845.

 

Barzillai Kerr (515) was born 21 Aug. 1784 in Caswell Co., NC, and died about 1828.  He married Polly Cantrell on 22 March 1806 in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑521)

Children - Kerr

  1670.   Nancy Kerr, b. 5 March 1813, d. 17 Sept. 1867.

  1671.   Alexander Kerr, b.c. 1817 (Caswell Co., NC).

 

James Kerr (517) was born 19 Aug. 1788 and died 20 April 1848, both in Caswell Co., NC.  He married Frances Ann McNeill, daughter of Hosea McNeill and Isabella (“Ibby”) Graves, on 8 Oct. 1835 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 1 Aug. 1813 and died 5 Sept. 1869, both in Caswell Co., NC, and was buried in Kerr’s Chapel Cem.  Their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  She married second James L. Graves (#1701) on 7 Nov. 1849.  See #1701 for their Graves children.  (R‑470, R‑521)

Children - Kerr

  1672.   Mary Isabella Judson Kerr, b. 1 Oct. 1836, d. 1854.

  1673.   John Kerr (twin), b. and d. 19 Nov. 1838.

  1674.   James Kerr (twin), b. and d. 19 Nov. 1838.

+1675.   Frances Letitia Kerr, b. 16 Aug. 1840, m. Benjamin Franklin Mebane, d. 28 Dec. 1912.

+1676.   James Luther Cary Kerr, b. 2 May 1842, m. Celestia Ennis Loftin, 28 Feb. 1878, d. 8 July 1917.

  1677.   John Hosea McNeill Kerr, b. 20 April 1844, m. Eliza Catherine Yancey (#5285), 19 Dec. 1870, d. 19 Aug. 1924.  See #5285 for descendants.

 

Isabella Kerr (518) was born 12 June 1790 in Stony Creek, Caswell Co., NC, and died 4 Feb. 1851 in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Christopher Williams Brooks, son of Christopher Brooks and Susannah Williams, on 28 Nov. 1812 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 11 Sept. 1781 and died 31 Aug. 1840, both in Caswell Co., NC.  Their children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  He first married S. Holderness on 9 Feb. 1810 in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑243, R‑521)

Children - Brooks

+1678.   John Kerr Brooks, b. 9 Nov. 1813, m. Eliza Malone, 28 June 1847, d. 9 July 1850.

+1679.   Mary G. Brooks, b. 18 Nov. 1815, m. James Iverson Boswell, 3 Dec. 1832, d. 30 Jan 1842.

+1680.   Robert Holderness Brooks, b. 27 Oct. 1817, m. Letha Ann Boswell, 6 Dec. 1842, d. 19 Jan. 1862.

  1681.   James Malone Brooks, b.c. 1821, d. aft. 1860.

  1682.   Christopher Williams Brooks, Jr., b.c. 1823, d.c. 1846 (Caswell Co., NC).

+1683.   Alexander Graves Brooks, b. 30 Dec. 1826, m(1) Patience Simms, 23 Dec. 1851, m(2) Alice Edmondson, 10 April 1866, d.c. 1888.

+1684.   Iverson Lea Brooks, b. 28 Feb. 1829, m. Elizabeth A. Lea, c. 1855, d. Dec. 1876.

  1685.   Sarah Isabelle Brooks, b.c. 1832.

 

Elizabeth (“Betsie”) Kerr (519) was born 23 May 1794 and died 8 Jan. 1865, both in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Joseph N. Pinnix, son of John Pinnix and Barbara Spencer, on 23 Jan. 1816 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 3 Jan. 1787 and died 23 March 1874, both in Caswell Co., NC.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC, the 1870 census in Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC; their children were also born in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑521)

Children - Pinnix

+1686.   Mary Ann Pinnix, b. 15 Nov. 1816, m. Jacob Garrison Dickey, 17 Dec. 1839, d. 10 Aug. 1888.

  1687.   Barbara Jane Pinnix, b. 7 Jan. 1819, m. Wagstaff Maynard, 4 Dec. 1841, d. April 1856.

+1688.   John Calvin Pinnix, b. 9 Nov. 1820, m. Barbara E. Davis, 28 March 1844, d. 24 Oct. 1856.

  1689.   Alexander Kerr Pinnix, b. 20 Aug. 1822, m. Harriet Susan Harrison, 28 April 1848, d. 24 April 1901.

  1690.   James K. (or Madison) Pinnix, M. D., b. 28 Aug. 1824, m. Caroline T. Doak, d. 5 April 1859.  She was b. 16 Sept. 1826, d. 12 March 1856.  Bur. Alamance Presbyterian Church Cem. (Guilford Co., NC).  Other sources say he m. Frances Snipes (#1495) on 1 Feb. 1868 (Caswell Co., NC).  Not found on any census with a spouse.  He has only been found on the 1850 census listed above; his name was entered as James M.

+1691.   Joseph Crocker Pinnix, b. 2 Sept. 1826, m. Mary Elizabeth Yancey Gunn, 10 Sept. 1851, d. 12 April 1908 (Dan River Township, Caswell Co., NC).

  1692.   George Washington Pinnix, b. 25 June 1829, m. Mary Ursula Graves (#5451), 19 Sept. 1854, d. 10 April 1898.  See #5451 for descendants.

+1693.   Jackson Graves Pinnix, b. 28 Nov. 1831, m(1) Mary Frances Baldwin, 28 April 1861, m(2) Isabella Adeline Tapscott, c. 1874, d. 10 Feb. 1893.

+1694.   Marshall Henry Pinnix, b. 22 Dec. 1835, m. Hannah Courtney Baxter, d. 3 Jan. 1897.

  1695.   Elizabeth Isabella Pinnix, b. 9 Jan. 1837, d. June 1844.

  1696.   William F. Pinnix, b. 15 April 1841, d. 20 May 1863.

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS GRAVES (100)

Jacob Graves (522) was born about 1772 in Caswell Co., NC, and died in 1826.  He married Nancy Kimbrough (#463), daughter of John Kimbrough and Nancy Turner (or Warwick or Lassiter), about 1793.  She was born about 1773.  (R‑521, R‑530)

Children - Graves

  1697.   Thomas Graves, b.c. 1795.

+1698.   Martha Graves, b. Feb. 1795, m. Joseph Aldridge, 25 Dec. 1816, d. 9 Jan. 1878.

+1699.   Tabitha Graves, b.c. 1810, m. John D. Vaughan, c. 30 Oct. 1832, d. aft. 1880.

 

James Graves (523) was born about 1773 and died 1 July 1826.  He was supposedly in the War of 1812, although Mr. William T. Graves says no proof of this has been found. He first married Miss Wright.  He married second Mary ("Polly" or "Polley") (or Nancy?) Slade on 15 April 1800.  She was born 1780, and died in 1844 in NC.  (R‑17, R‑910, R‑915)

Children - Graves

+1700.   Thomas Williams Graves, b. 27 Feb. 1801, m. Mary Graves (#537), 17 July 1828, d. 15 Oct. 1877.

+1701.   James L. Graves, b. 10 Feb. 1802, m(1) Elizabeth G. Womack, 12 March 1840, m(2) Frances Ann (McNeill) Kerr, 7 Nov. 1849, d. 18 April 1853.

  1702.   Mary ("Polly" or "Polley") S. Graves, b. 1807, never married, d. 20 July 1856.  Estate papers in N.C. Archives, File No. C.R. 020.508(38).  Recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC with brother Thomas’ family.

  1703.   Franklin Graves, b. 14 Oct. 1814, never married, d. 31 Jan. 1866.  Estate papers in N.C. Archives, File No. C.R. 020.508(38).  Recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC with brother Thomas’ family.

  1704.   Henry Major Graves, b. 4 March 1817, never married, d. 1894.  Recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC with brother Thomas’ family.  In the 1860 and 1870 censuses for Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC.  Called Major in the 1850 and 1870 censuses, and M. H. Graves in the 1860 census.

  1705.   John Slade Graves, b. 30 Nov. 1823 (or 1822), m. Mrs. Susan B. (Anderson) Simpson, 3 April 1858.  No children.  Recorded on the 1850 census in Caswell Co., NC with brother Thomas’ family.

  1706.   Askelon Graves, d. 14 July 1826.

  1707.   Martha Graves, d. Jan. 1833.

  1708.   Isabella Graves, m. William Graves.  See #506 for descendants.  She is only listed by Mr. William T. Graves, and she may actually be #530 (dau. of Thomas Graves).

 

Martha (“Patsy”) Graves (525) was born about 1776, and died 10 Nov. 1801 in Robertson Co., TN, five days after the birth of her last child.  She married Thomas Gunn, son of Thomas Gunn and Susannah Burnett, on 22 Sept. 1792 in Caswell Co., NC [68].  He was born 10 April 1770 in Nottoway Parish, Amelia Co., VA, died 13 May 1859 in Robertson Co., TN, and was buried in the Gunn Family Cem., near the Cedar Hill/Allensville Rd., Robertson Co., TN.  He married second Martha “Patsy” Miles on 20 Sept. 1802 in Caswell Co., NC[69].  He married third Frances Kilgore, daughter of Thomas Kilgore and Phoebe Lee, on 9 Jan. 1825 in Robertson Co., TN.  He and his third wife were recorded on the 1850 census in District 5, Robertson Co., TN with two of their three children.  (R‑910)

Children - Gunn

+1709.   Martha Lee Gunn, b. 27 Feb. 1794, m. Jesse Egbert Bell, 17 Oct. 1817, d. 26 Jan. 1881.

  1710.   Pinkney Gunn, b. 9 Nov. 1795.

+1711.   Miles Gunn, b. 17 Jan. 1797, m. Temple Fisher Webb, 10 Aug. 1819, d. 30 July 1821.

+1712.   Nancy Yancey Graves Gunn, b. 23 Aug. 1799, m. Alexander Gunn, 28 Dec. 1818, d. 8 April 1870.

  1713.   Priscilla Gunn, b. 5 Nov. 1801 (Robertson Co., TN), m. Jesse Garner, d. 21 Oct. 1820 (Robertson Co., TN).

 

Nancy Graves (526) married William Moore on 25 Nov. 1799 in Caswell Co., NC.  She died before 1803.  Her husband was listed in her father’s will, and her daughter Isbell, was recorded in the will of Hannah Graves’ (Nancy’s step-mother) dated 27 July 1802.

Children - Moore

  1714.   Isbell Moore, under 21 in 1802.

 

Azariah Graves (527) was born 23 June 1787 and died 11 June 1868, both in NC.  He married Penelope (“Penny”) Simpson, daughter of Aaron Simpson and Charlotte Wisheart, on 16 (or 25[70]) May 1809 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 28 Aug. 1793 in VA, and died 18 July 1856.  They were recorded on the 1850 census for District 17, Henderson Co., TN, page 232 (incorrectly indexed as Gravis) and the 1860 census also in District 17, Henderson Co, post office Lexington.  He was a farmer.  Their children were born in NC except for Susan who was born in TN.  (R‑125, R‑142)

Children - Graves

+1715.   Manilla A. Graves, b. 7 Dec. 1810, m. Brown Boswell, 16 Oct. 1829, d. 18 Nov. 1859.

  1716.   Sabrina S. Graves, b. 12 Sept. 1812.

  1717.   Abby L. Graves, b. 4 June 1814.

+1718.   Lewis Dixon Graves, b. 2 Aug. 1816, m. Nancy Willis, d. 6 June 1841.

  1719.   John O. Graves, b. 13 Oct. 1818.

  1720.   William S. Graves, b. 12 Dec. 1820, d. bef. 1837.

  1721.   Barzillai H. Graves [daughter], b. 29 Jan. 1823.

+1722.   Nancy Jane Graves, b. 26 Dec. 1824, m. Brown Boswell, by 24 Sept. 1860, d. 11 May 1898.

  1723.   Eliah S. Graves, b. 13 Nov. 1827.

+1724.   Major Lee Graves, b. 5 July 1831, m. Mary Gilliam Adams, 28 Dec. 1865, d. 30 April 1905.

+1725.   Thomas Jefferson Graves, b.c. 1835, m. Eliza J. Newsom, d. 11 Jan. 1899.

  1726.   William Graves, b. 8 Aug. 1837.

  1727.   Joseph Sidney Graves, b. 18 Feb. 1838.

  1728.   Susan F. Graves, b.c. 1838.

 

CHILDREN OF BARZILLAI GRAVES (101) AND URSULA WRIGHT

Hon. Solomon Graves (531) was born 14 Feb. 1784 and died 28 April 1861.  He married Mary Cleveland Franklin, daughter of Hon. Jess Franklin and Meekey Perkins, on 10 April 1817.  Jess Franklin was U.S. Senator, 1799-1813, and Governor of N.C., 1821-22.

Solomon was a prominent lawyer and esteemed by all. He was in the House of Commons of N.C. in 1818 and 1819, and in the State Senate, 1820-23.  He was Clerk and Master of Equity for Surry Co. for 32 years, and one of the Trustees of the State University.

Their children were born in Surry Co., NC.  (R‑521, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1729.   Meekey Ann Graves, b. 13 March 1819, m. (Rev.) Miles Foy, d. 22 Feb. 1853.

  1730.   Sarah Emily Graves, b. 10 March 1821, m. Joseph W. Hackett, d. 1882.

  1731.   Mary Ursula Graves, b. 6 April 1823, m. (Col.) Harrison M. Waugh, d. 24 June 1851.

  1732.   Elizabeth Franklin Graves, b. 16 June 1825, d. 22 June 1891.

+1733.   Jesse Franklin Graves, b. 31 Aug. 1829, m. Mary Elizabeth Porter, 26 Jan. 1858, d. 8 Nov. 1894.

  1734.   Margaret Isabella Graves, b. 30 May 1832 (Surry Co., NC).

+1735.   Barzillai Yancey Graves, b. 10 Oct. 1835, m(1) Mattie Rankin, m(2) Mary B. Moore, 16 Oct. 1876, d. 17 Aug. 1897.

 

Jeremiah Graves (532) was born 4 Jan. 1786 in Yanceyville, Caswell Co., NC, died 23 Sept. 1868, and was buried in First Baptist Church, Yanceyville, NC.  He married Delilah S. Lea, daughter of John (“Cainbrake”) Lea, on 14 March 1816[71] in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 1 Jan. 1799.

From Caswell Co., NC Wills, 1868 to 1908, Vol. A, pages 16-19, Jeremiah Graves, 1868:  The original will was dated 25 April 1860.  The children, except Jeremiah, were to receive money.  Jeremiah was to receive the home place and land.  The will listed the children in the following order: 1) son John L., 2) son Nathaniel S., 3) son-in-law A. C. Lindsey, husband of daughter Elizabeth, now deceased, 4) daughter Hannah Thomas, wife of William Thomas, 5) son Barzillia, 6) son-in-law Haywood Williams, now deceased, and daughter Rebecca, 7) son William B., 8) daughter Margaret, wife of Jesse Smith, 9) son Jeremiah.

First Codicil, 5 June 1866, children of Elizabeth already taken care of.

Second Codicil, 11 July 1868, includes son Jeremiah’s wife in will.  Donna is to have use of property in case of Jeremiah’s death until her death or she remarries, then to be divided equally among children.  Mentions two Lindsey children by name, Nathaniel and Mary, now Lea.  (R‑109, R‑212, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1736.   John Lea Graves, b. 25 Dec. 1816, d. 26 Oct. 1899.  Bur. First Baptist Church Cem.

+1737.   Nathaniel Slade Graves, b. 4 Oct. 1818, m(1) Melissa Strayhorn, 1 July 1840, m(2) Fannie Waller, bef. 1860, d. Aug. 1866.

  1738.   Barzillai Graves, b. 14 Dec. 1820, d. 27 June 1903.  Bur. First Baptist Church Cem.

+1739.   Elizabeth Lea Graves, b. 18 Dec. 1822, m. Archibald Clark Lindsey, 12 June 1843, d. 17 Dec. 1852.

  1740.   Hannah Graves, b. 25 Dec. 1824, m. William Thomas.

+1741.   William Blair Graves, b. 12 March 1827, m(1) Mary Elizabeth Shuford, 30 Aug. 1853, m(2) Sarah H. Lea (#5312), 21 July 1863, d. 14 Oct. 1894.

  1742.   Rebecca Graves, b. 22 April 1829, m. Haywood Williams, d.c. 1861.

+1743.   Margaret Isabella Graves, b. 5 Aug. 1831, m. Jesse Siler Smith, 15 March 1853, d. 10 Feb. 1911.

+1744.   Jeremiah Graves, b. 15 April 1835, m. Donna Rebecca Thornton, 13 June 1860, d. 6 Feb. 1901.

 

Isabella (“Ibby”) Graves (533) was born 18 (or 16) March 1788 in Yanceyville, NC, died 26 Dec. 1861 in Caswell Co., NC, and was buried at Kerr Chapel, NC.  She married Hosea MacNeill (or McNeill or McNeil or McNeal), son of John McNeill and Auness Lea, on 16 March 1807 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born in June 1785 in Person Co., NC, was baptized in the Baptist Church, died 8 Aug. 1857 in Caswell Co., NC, and was buried in Jonesville, NC.  (R‑254)

Children - McNeill

+1745.   Ursula Graves McNeill, b.c. 1809, m(1) James Stevenson Norleet, 11 Feb. 1826, m(2) Samuel C. McCall, 14 Oct. 1854, d. 31 March 1886.

  1746.   William Pinkney McNeill, b. and d. 1811.  Died at three months.

  1747.   Frances Ann (or Annis) McNeill, b. 1 Aug. 1813, m(1) James Kerr (#517), 29 Sept. 1835, m(2) James L. Graves (#1701), 7 Nov. 1849, d. 5 Sept. 1869.  See #517 for Kerr descendants.  See #1701 for Graves descendants.

  1748.   Margaret Irene McNeill, m. Leonadas B. Moore, 21 Oct. 1844 (Caswell Co., NC).

+1749.   Mary Elizabeth McNeill, b. 28 Oct. 1822, m. William Jackson Moore, 22 Dec. 1840, d. 13 June 1895.

  1750.   Susan Emily McNeill, b. 1828, m. ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Williams.

+1751.   Melissa Virginia McNeill, b. 29 Sept. 1830, m. Marcus Aurelius Turner, d. 8 Dec. 1882.

  1752.   Sarah McNeill

+1753.   Julia Aniss McNeill, b. 8 Dec. 1833, m. Capt. James Poteat, d. 27 May 1910.

 

CHILDREN OF ANN GRAVES (102) AND BARTLETT YANCEY

John Graves Yancey (538) was born about 1764 in Orange Co., NC, and died in Nov. 1818 in Giles Co., TN.  He married Elizabeth Lightfoot Moore, daughter of John Moore (son of John Moore) of Lunenberg Co., VA, and Caswell Co., NC, and Lucy ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 24 Feb. 1789 in Caswell Co., NC.  John Yancey was listed in the public records of Caswell Co. until about 1810 when he moved to Giles Co., TN.

The census records showed them in Caswell Co. in 1790 and 1800.  A deed record in Caswell Co. in 1801 showed that John bought 33 acres from his brother James, and in 1807 he sold 311 acres to his brother James.  An 1812 tax record shows that John was living in Giles Co., TN in 1812.  His wife was shown in the 1820 census of Giles Co., TN.  (R‑226, R‑228, R‑261)

Children - Yancey

  1754.   Lucy Yancey, b. NC.

  1755.   Mary (“Polly”) Yancey, m. John Flanagan, before 1827 (TN?).  Her husband was deeded land by child of John Yancy in 1830 in Giles Co., TN.

  1756.   Alfred M. Yancey, b. 1789 (NC), m. Lucy Ann ‑‑‑‑‑‑ (possibly Dodd), c. 1810 (TN).  They were in the census records of Giles Co., TN in 1820, 1830, 1832, 1840, 1850, 1860, and he was mentioned in the deed records of the county in 1830.

  1757.   Nancy Yancey, b.c. 1790 (NC).  She was mentioned in the deed records of Giles Co., TN in 1830, was in the census records of Giles Co. in 1830 and 1832, and in the 1840 Lawrence Co., TN census.

  1758.   John Yancey, b.c. 1792-5 (NC), m. Jane ‑‑‑‑‑‑.  She was b.c. 1800 (VA).  John as a child is not proven but is probable.  They are in census records for 1810 (in Onslow Co., NC), 1820 (wife living in Swansboro, Onslow Co., NC), 1830 (Onslow Co., NC), 1840 (Rutherford Co., NC), 1850 (Burke Co., NC), 1860 (Burke Co., NC).

+1759.   James Monroe Yancey, b. 18 Sept. 1797, m(1) Bessie Summers, c. 1822, m(2) Sarah Newton, 16 July 1828, d. 16 Nov. 1876.

  1760.   Henry Yancey, b.c. 1800 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Sarah Prather, 4 June 1824 (Neely’s?, TN), d.c. 1846 (TN).  She was b. 18 Jan. 1804 (Caswell Co., NC).  Could Sarah Prather have been the same as Sarah Yancey who married James Henry in Shelby Co., TN in 1846?  Henry was mentioned in Giles Co., TN deed records in 1830.  He was listed in census records for Giles Co., TN in 1830 and 1832, and for Tippah Co., MS in 1840, 1841 and 1845.

+1761.   Margarette E. Yancey, b. 28 Aug. 1801, m. David A. Gooch, 27 Feb. 1826, d. 28 Dec. 1841.

  1762.   Bartlett Yancey, b.c. 1805 (NC), m. Florilla ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1829-30 (AL?), d. 1869 (Franklin Co., AR).  She was b.c. 1808 (TN).  Bartlett was mentioned in a deed in 1830 in Giles Co., TN.  He was in the census for Lauderdale Co., AL in 1830 and 1832, for Tishomingo Co., MS in 1840, 1841 and 1845, for Madison Co., AR in 1850, and for Sebastian Co., AR in 1860.  His wife was listed in Franklin Co., AR in the 1870 census.

  1763.   Thomas A. Yancey, b.c. 1807 (NC), m. Sarah ‑‑‑‑‑‑, c. 1833 (?) (TN?).  She was b.c. 1803 (NC).  He was mentioned in deed records in Giles Co., TN in 1830.  He was listed in the census for Hot Springs Co., AR in 1830, 1838 and 1839, and for Champagnolia Twp., Dallas Co., AR in 1850.

 

James Yancey (539) was born about 1768 (or 1754 or 1772) in Orange Co., NC, and died 27 Oct. 1829 in Caswell Co., NC.  He first married Lucy Kerr, daughter of Alexander Kerr (son of Alexander Kerr) and Elizabeth Rice, on 14 Jan. 1794 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 2 May 1774 in NC.  James and Lucy had no children.  He married second Zilpah Johnston on 24 June 1811 in Caswell Co., NC.  Zilpah was a daughter of Dr. Launcelot (or Lancelot) Johnston and Zerurah (or Zeriah) Rice (daughter of Thomas Rice).  Dr. Johnston is noted for his outstanding work as a surgeon during the Rev. War.

James served as constable in Caswell Co., NC in 1788, was in the 1790 census of Caswell Co. in 1790, served in the Legislature from Caswell Co. in 1798, was in the 1800 census in Caswell Co., and was named guardian for the children of his brother Thomas (deceased) in Caswell Co. in 1804.  He was Justice of the County Court, Caswell Co., 1808-1829, was in the 1810 Caswell Co. census, served in the Legislature in 1811, was in the 1820 Caswell Co. census, and served in the Legislature in 1822.  His wife’s will and probate rercord is dated 1843.

All the children of James were born in NC, and all, with the possible exception of Elizabeth, in Caswell Co.  (R‑228)

Children - Yancey, by Zilpah Johnston

  1764.   James Monroe Yancey, b. 12 March 1812, m. Ann Shuemaker (?), 5 June 1833 (Caswell Co., NC?), d. before 1843 (?).  James wasn’t mentioned in the will of Zilpah Yancey in 1843, but his name and birth date are recorded in family Bible records, proving relationship.

  1765.   Elizabeth J. Yancey, b. 18 May 1815, m. James Gunn, 17 May 1831 (Stokes Co., NC), d. before 1843 (?).

  1766.   Albert Gallatin Yancey, b. 8 Sept. 1817, m. Mary Graves Miles (#1654), 1843 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 9 Aug. 1887 (Caswell Co., NC).  She was b.c. 1823 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 7 Feb. 1898 (NC), dau. of Abner Miles (son of Jacob Miles) and Delilah Graves (dau. of John Herndon Graves).  Albert was in the census for Caswell Co. in 1850 (Yanceyville), 1860 and 1870.  His will was recorded 1887 in Caswell Co.  See #1654 for descendants.

  1767.   William Yancey, b. 8 May 1820, m. Demarius R. Oliver, 16 Dec. 1839 (Caswell Co., NC).  She was b.c. 1824 (NC), dau. of Reuben Oliver (son of Stephen Oliver) and Nancy Lea (dau. of James, son of John, son of James Lea).  He was in the Caswell Co. censuses in 1840, 1860 and 1870 (age 50).

  1768.   Mildred Ann Yancey, b. 1 Nov. 1827, m. James Malone, 2 Jan. 1827 (Caswell Co., NC), d. before 1856 (NC).  He was b. 20 May 1827 (NC), son of James B. Malone (son of Thomas Malone) and Sally B. Murray (dau. of James Murray).  Their sons James and John died before adulthood.

 

Thomas Yancey (540) was born about 1769[72] in Orange Co., NC, and died about 1804 in Caswell Co., NC.  Although they never married, he and Susannah Turner (#457) had a son together, Yancey Turner (#1467).  See #1467 for his descendants.  He first married Keziah (or Kesiah) Simmons, daughter of Thomas Simmons and Priscilla McComas, on 24 Feb. 1789 in Caswell Co., NC.  He married second Elizabeth Tate (or Tait), daughter of Zephaniah Tait, on 10 Feb. 1802 in Caswell Co., NC.  After Thomas died, Elizabeth married David Mebane on 28 Oct. 1817 in Caswell Co., NC.

Thomas was mentioned as surety for the marriage of his brother John in 1789 in Caswell Co.  He was in the census in Caswell Co. in 1800.  In 1804 in Caswell Co., his wife was granted 85 acres after the death of her husband.  In 1805 in Caswell Co., James and Bartlett Yancey were made guardians of her children.  In 1806 in Caswell Co., land was deeded to the heirs of Thomas Yancey, and in 1812 in Caswell Co., the estate distribution was recorded in Deed Book Q, page 442.  All his children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑228)

Children - Yancey, by Keziah Simmons

  1769.   James Yancey, b.c. 1790.  His name was mentioned in the 1804 guardianship records, and in distribution of his father’s estate in 1812.  His birth date is estimated, but he definitely seems to have been the oldest son.

  1770.   Tryon Milton Yancey, b.c. 1794, m. Louisa Ann Flournoy, c. 1820 (TN), d. before 1870 (MS?).  She was b.c. 1804 (VA), dau. of Silas Flournoy (son of Samuel Flournoy, son of Jean J. Flournoy) and Martha Cannon (dau. of William Cannon).  Tryon was in the Univ. of N.C. Class of 1814, and was a lawyer at Pulaski, Giles Co., TN.  He was in the Caswell Co., NC records in 1812 when he inherited “Rice’s Old Plantation”, in 1816 with mention of Tryon “of Giles Co., TN” deeding land, in 1816 when he deeded land to Bartlett Yancey, and in 1816 with land referred to as Rice’s Plantation.  He was listed in the census in 1820 in Giles Co., TN, and in Marshall Co., MS in 1840, 1841, 1845, 1850, and 1860.

  1771.   Priscilla Simmons Yancey, b. 14 Feb. 1796, m. John Graves Howard (#1614), 26 Dec. 1814, d. 28 Dec. 1862.  See #1614 for descendants.

  1772.   Ann Graves Yancey, b. 19 Aug. 1798, m. Ambrose Knox Ramsey, 7 Oct. 1817 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 18 Jan. 1858 (Sumter Co., AL).  He was b. 22 Jan. 1795 (Chatham Co., NC), son of Matthew Ramsey and Ann Scurlock, d. 30 Nov. 1885 (MS).

  1773.   Attelia Yancey, b.c. 1803, m. George Allen Mebane, 25 April 1820 (Orange Co., NC), d. 1882 (Alamance Co., NC).  George was son of David Mebane (second husband of Attelia’s mother, Elizabeth Tait) by a previous marriage.  George was b.c. 1791 (NC), son of David Mebane, who was son of Alexander Mebane.

 

Elizabeth Perry Yancey (541) was born about 1770 in Orange Co., NC, and died in 1854 in NC.  She married Nathaniel Slade on 26 June 1792 in Caswell Co., NC.  He fought in the Revolutionary War.  He was born 21 Aug. 1761 in MD, son of Thomas Slade (son of Thomas, son of William Slade) and Hannah Miles, and died 18 Aug. 1846.  Their children were born in NC.  (R‑151, R‑228)

Children - Slade

  1774.   Polly Slade, b.c. 1794 (?).

  1775.   William Slade, b. 7 April 1796.

  1776.   Thomas Lewis Slade, b. 10 Nov. 1798 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Susan ‑‑‑‑‑‑.

  1777.   Nancy Graves Slade, b. 23 March 1801, m. Henry A. Burton, 21 Dec. 1823 (Caswell Co., NC).

  1778.   Elizabeth Perry Slade, b. 18 Sept. 1803, m. John Cobb, 9 Dec. 1826 (Caswell Co., NC).

  1779.   Bartlett Yancey Slade, b.c. 1805.

+1780.   Hannah Miles Slade, b. 20 Oct. 1808, m. James Samuel Henderson, 4 Dec. 1832[73], d. 27 March 1850.

 

Isabel (or Isabelle) Yancey (542) was born about 1774 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 15 Sept. 1844 in Harrison Co., TX.  She first married John Kimbrough, (#460), son of John Kimbrough and Mary ‑‑‑‑‑‑, (son of Thomas, son of John Kimbrough), about 1790 in NC.  He died by July 1802 in Caswell Co., NC.  She married second Joseph Collier, son of Thomas Collier and Elizabeth ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 17 Sept. 1805 in Caswell Co., NC.  All her children were born in NC.  (R‑228, R‑567)

Children - Kimbrough

  1781.   John Kimbrough, b.c. 1792.

  1782.   Patsy Kimbrough, b.c. 1794, m. William Collier, 13 April 1814 (Caswell Co., NC).

+1783.   Sarah Jane Kimbrough, b. 30 March 1795, m. James William Collier, 5 Sept. 1810, m. John J. Wells, d.c. 1860.

  1784.   Tabitha Kimbrough, b.c. 1796.  This is not the same Tabitha Kimbrough who married Henry Hooper in 1830.

Children - Collier

  1785.   Nancy Ann Collier, m. Eli T. Craig.

  1786.   Isabel G. Collier, m(1) ‑‑‑‑‑‑ Tisdale, m(2) Jonathan Craig.

  1787.   James Yancey Collier, b. 1809, m. Rebecca Wilder, d. 1868 (Marshall Co., TX).

 

Sarah Yancey (543) was born about 1777 and died 1812-1813 (definitely before 1816), both in Caswell Co., NC.  She married Isaac Rice (or Archibald Rice), son of Nathaniel Rice (son of John Rice) and Susannah Butler (daughter of James Butler), on 6 July 1811 in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑228)

Children - Rice

  1788.   Sarah (“Sally”) Rice, b.c. 1812 (NC).

 

Mary (“Polly”) Yancey (544) was born about 1768 (or 1774) in Orange Co., NC, and died in TN.  She first married John Graves on 13 Feb. 1794 in Caswell Co., NC.  He may have been #521, son of Thomas Graves.  He died before 1815 in TN.  She married second Mr. Riddle (or Biddle).  (R‑228)

Children - Graves

  1789.   Fannie Y. Graves

  1790.   Sally Y. Graves

 

Frances W. (or V.) Yancey (546) was born about 1780 (or 1784) in Orange Co., NC), and died before 1807 (definitely before 1816).  She married Alexander Wiley, son of Thomas Wiley (?), on 2 Oct. 1804 in Caswell Co., NC.  After she died, Alexander married Polly Kerr in 1807.  Alexander was listed in the 1850 census for Caswell Co., NC.  He was born about 1776 in NC, and die after 1850.  (R‑228)

Children - Wiley

  1791.   Yancey Wiley, b.c. 1806, m. Ann E. Thompson, 17 Dec. 1831 (Caswell Co., NC).

 

Hon. Bartlett Yancey, Jr. (547) was born 19 Feb. 1785 (after his father’s death) and died 3 (or 30) Aug. 1828, both in Caswell Co., NC.  He married his cousin, Nancy Graves (#509), daughter of John Herndon Graves and Nancy Slade, on 8 Dec. 1808 in Caswell Co.  She was born 3 Dec. 1786 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 8 April 1855.  Bartlett attended the Univ. of N.C. and studied law.  He was a distinguished lawyer, served in the N.C. Legislature, 1817-27, and was Speaker of the State Senate.  He was a member of the U.S. Congress, 1813-1817.  Yancey Co., NC, was named in his honor.  He was listed in the Caswell Co. census in 1810 and 1820, and his wife was listed in 1830, 1840 and 1850.  All his children were born in Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑177, R‑228)

Children - Yancey

  1792.   Rufus Augustus Yancey, b. 1809, never married, d. 5 Nov. 1829 (NC).  Bur. Shockhoe Hill Cem.

+1793.   Frances Williams Yancey, b. 31 May 1811, m. Henry McAden, 4 Nov. 1829, d. 3 Oct. 1839.

  1794.   Caroline L. Yancey, b. 13 Dec. 1812, d.c. 1812.

  1795.   Curtius Yancey, b. 30 May 1813, d. 6 May 1819 (Caswell Co., NC).

+1796.   Algernon Sidney Yancey, b. 28 Jan. 1816, m. Henrietta Williams Graves, 21 May 1838, d. 22 Aug. 1846.

+1797.   Mary Catherine Yancey, b. 26 Dec. 1817, m. Giles Mebane, 8 March 1837, d. 22 Feb. 1905

  1798.   Bartlett Yancey, b. June 1819, d. 1819.

  1799.   Ann Elizabeth Yancey, b. 15 June 1821, m. Thomas Jefferson Womack (#5258), 9 July 1855 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 1900.  See #5258 for descendants.

  1800.   Caroline Louisa Yancey, b. 19 Oct. 1823, m. Lemuel M. Mebane (brother of Giles Mebane), 1 Nov. 1841 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 24 Dec. 1843[74] (NC).  He was b. 4 Aug. 1816 in NC, son of James Mebane and Elizabeth Kinchen.  She apparently had no children.  Lemuel m(2) Mildred Sadler on 20 Jan. 1849.

  1801.   Virginia Bartlett Yancey, b. 2 Nov. 1826, m. George W. Swepson, 23 Nov. 1842 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 1904.  He was a native of Mecklenberg Co., VA.  He was b. 23 June 1819 (VA), and d. 7 March 1883.  No children recorded on 1850 census.  She was given the name Virginia Marie at birth but it was later changed to Virginia Bartlett.

 

CHILDREN OF SOLOMON GRAVES (103) AND FRANCES LEWIS

William B. Graves (548) was born 20 Aug. 1791 in Caswell Co., NC, and died in June 1864.  His wife’s name is not known.  (R‑96)

Children - Graves

  1802.   Albert Smith Graves

  1803.   Lewis F. Graves, b.c. 1826 (GA).  Recorded on the 1850 census in Randolph Co., GA.  He was an M.D.

 

Dr. John Lewis Graves (549) was born 12 Feb. 1793 in NC, and died 26 Oct. 1854.  He married Martha W. (Graves) Dick (#559), daughter of his uncle Gen. Azariah Graves, on 20 May 1824 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 2 June 1801 in NC, and died in June 1868.  She first married Dr. John W. Dick on 31 May 1822 in Caswell Co., NC.  John L. Graves graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1814.  He was a physician.

The 1830 census for Newton Co., GA, listed 2 males under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 30-40 (John), and 1 female 20-30 (Martha).  The 1840 census for District 420, Newton Co., GA, page 35, listed him with 1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 40-50, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10, and 1 female 30-40, living near his brothers Iverson and Solomon, and his cousin John W.  They were in the 1850 census for District 65, Newton Co., GA, page 501.  Their first child was born in NC and the rest in GA.  (R‑96, R‑97, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1804.   Calvin Graves, b.c. 1822.

+1805.   Lewis Marion Graves, b. 14 July 1826, m. Martha Lisco, d. 13 Nov. 1902.

  1806.   Gus Graves, b.c. 1825-1830.

  1807.   Elizabeth Graves, b.c. 1830-1835.

  1808.   John L. Graves, b.c. 1839.

  1809.   Junius Graves [son], b.c. 1840.

  1810.   Claudia Graves, b.c. 1847.

 

Frances Lewis Graves (550) was born 15 July 1797 in Caswell Co., NC, died in Oct. 1850, and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Cem., Newton Co., GA.  She married Dr. William P. Graham on 3 Nov. 1825 in Clarke Co., GA.  He died between 1842 and 1847 in Covington, Newton Co., GA.  Frances and her two younger children were recorded on the 1850 census, dated 19 Aug. 1850, in Newton Co., GA.  (R‑96)

Children - Graham

  1811.   Margaret Graham, b.c. 1829 m. John D. Goneke, 18 Oct. 1848, d. 1851.  He was b.c. 1819 (NC), son of John Frederick Goneke and Eliza Foster Henning, and d.c. 1852.

  1812.   John Graham, b. 27 Feb. 1837 (Covington, GA), d. 4 Aug. 1857 (Covington, GA).  Bur. Mt. Pleasant Cem.

  1813.   Frances (“Fannie”) Graham, b. 27 April 1841 (Covington, Newton Co., GA), d. 6 April 1867.  Bur. Mt. Pleasant Cem.

 

Iverson Lee Graves (551) was born 20 June 1799 in NC, and died 2 Oct. 1864.  He first married Elizabeth W. Paine of NC on 2 Oct. 1828 in Caswell Co., NC.  He married second Sarah Ward Dutton of Champion, NY on 29 Oct. 1834 in Newton Co., GA.  She was born 2 Sept. 1914 in NY, and died 19 Oct. 1899.  This family was recorded on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Newton Co., GA.  Sarah was recorded on the 1870 and 1880 censuses in Newton Co., GA as a widow.  They lived on the old homestead in Newton Co., GA.  (R‑96, R‑97, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Elizabeth Paine

+1814.   Rebecca Frances Graves, b. 4 (or 5) July 1829, m. James Gardner Paine, 6 Nov. 1849, d. 20 April 1905.

  1815.   Sara Graves, b March 1831, d. Sept. 1832.

  1816.   Iverson Graves, b. April 1832, d. July 1832.

Children - Graves, by Sarah Dutton

  1817.   Sarah (“Sallie”) Burge [foster daughter], b.c. 1837 (GA), m. Maj. David Henry Ansley, d. 1906.

+1818.   Henry Lee Graves, b. 7 July 1842, m. Henrietta D. Milligan, 2 June 1869, d. 16 Dec. 1892.

  1819.   Iverson Dutton Graves, b. 28 Aug. 1845 (GA), d. 29 Feb. 1907.

  1820.   Sidney Graves, b.8 Dec. 1847 (GA), d. 1850.

  1821.   Cornelia (“Cora”) Lansing Graves, b. June 1848 (NY).

 

Barzillai Graves (552) was born 12 March 1802 in NC, and died 21 Sept. 1867 in Tuskegee, Macon Co., AL.  He married Sarah Maria Goneke on 6 (or 14) July 1837 in Covington, Newton Co., GA[75].  She was born about 1819 in NC, and died in 1880.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Randolph Co., GA and the 1860 census in Northern Division, Macon Co., AL, post office Auburn.  Barzillai was incorrectly recorded under the given name Benjamin.  Their children were born in GA.  (R‑96, R‑471)

Children - Graves

  1822.   John Sidney Graves, b.c. 6 Sept. 1839, d. 17 Feb. 1840 (Randolph Co., NC). Age 5 months, 11 days.  Posted in Southern Banner published in Athens, GA.

+1823.   William W. Graves, b. 14 Jan. 1841, m. Anna L. Turner, c. 1868, d. 26 Dec. 1920.

  1824.   Louisa J. Graves, b.c. 1845.  Only recorded on 1850 census.

+1825.   Eugene Lewis Graves, b. 11 May 1845, m. Elizabeth Caroline Hamiter, April 1867, d. 25 July 1910.

+1826.   Florida Hortense Graves, b.c. 1848, m. Lycusgus L. Little, 20 Feb. 1868, d. by 1870.

+1827.   Sarah H. Graves, b. June 1858, m. Thomas Jelks Threadgill, 2 Jan. 1873, d. aft. 1900.

 

Solomon Graves, Jr. (553) was born 12 (or 22) Sept. 1803 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 20 Aug. 1850 in Randolph Co., GA.  He first married Rebecca Littleton Lane of GA on 23 April 1828 in Newton Co., GA.  She was born 23 Nov. 1811, died 12 June 1831 in Newton Co., GA, and was buried in Mt. Pleasant Cem., Newton Co., GA.  He married second Anne ("Annie") Slade (“Nancy”) Graves (#1625), daughter of Thomas Graves, on 22 May 1836 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born about 1803 and died before 1842.  He married third Catherine Goneke, daughter of John Frederick Goneke and Eliza Foster Henning.  She was born about 1822 in GA, and died after 1860.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Randolph Co., GA; their children were born in GA.  After Solomon’s death, Catherine married Lewis J. Leaird (or Laird) on 30 Dec. 1852.  She was recorded on the 1860 census in Randolph Co., GA; no children or husband were recorded with her.  (R‑96, R‑97, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Rebecca Lane

+1828.   Martha Helen Graves, b. 22 March 1829, m. Louis Alexander Goneke, 4 April 1849, d. 20 Dec. 1912.

  1829.   Frances Louis Graves [daughter], b. 31 Dec. 1830, d. 12 June 1831 (Newton Co., GA).

Children - Graves, by Catherine Goneke

  1830.   Frances Louis Graves, b.c. 1842.

  1831.   Ernest Dedrick Graves, b.c. 1845.

  1832.   Catherine L. Graves, b.c. 1850, m. Azariah Graves Howard (#1860), 30 Dec. 1869, d. 1905.  See #1860 for descendants.

 

CHILDREN OF AZARIAH GRAVES (104) AND ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

John Williams Graves (555) was born 4 March 1792 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 9 Feb. 1847 in Newton Co., GA.  He married Martha Eliza (“Patsy”) Hinton, daughter of Col. John Hinton of Wake Co., NC, on 26 Oct. 1814.  She was born about 1798 in Wake Co., NC, and died 19 (or 18[76]) Jan. 1862 in Rome, GA.  He was a very large man, weighing over 400 pounds.  He graduated from the University of NC in 1814.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1833.   James (or Junius) Hinton Graves, b. 11 Aug. 1815, d. 1831.

  1834.   Robert Hinton Graves, b. 23 Jan. 1817, d. 1831.

  1835.   Sarah Bryan Graves, b. 21 March 1819, d. Aug. 1819.  Bur Trinity Baptist Church Cem. (old), (Caswell Co., NC).

  1836.   Elizabeth Williams Graves, b. 27 Aug. 1820 (Atlanta, GA), d. Jan. 1901.

+1837.   Ann Bryan Graves, b. 7 April 1823, m. John E. Parke, 22 Sept. 1841, d. 23 Jan. 1890.

+1838.   John Hinton Graves, b. 19 Oct. 1825, m. Frances Lea (or Lewis) Settle (#1859), 5 Sept. 1852, d. 16 Sept. 1868.

+1839.   Claudia Hinton Graves, b. 30 April 1828, m. Oliver Hopkins Lee, 8 April 1846, d. 9 May 1891.

  1840.   James Osgood Andrew Graves, b. 23 Sept. 1830, d. 1834.

  1841.   Azariah Graves, b. 3 Sept. 1832, m. Sarah ("Sallie") Porter (of Madison, GA).  No children.

  1842.   Oscar Hinton Graves, b. 23 March 1835, d. 1882.  No children.

+1843.   Charles Iverson Graves, b. 26 July 1838, m. Margarette Rockwell Lea, 10 Nov. 1862, d. 31 Oct. 1896.

 

Henrietta Williams Graves (558) was born 7 April 1799 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 14 Jan. 1886 in Reidsville, Rockingham Co., NC[77].  She married Judge Thomas Settle of Rockingham Co., NC, son of David Settle and Rhoda Mullins, on 21 Sept. 1820.  He was born 9 March 1789, and died 5 Aug. 1857 in Reidsville, both in Rockingham Co., NC.  They were buried in Settle Cem., Rockingham Co., NC.  Their children were born in Reidsville, NC.  (R‑522, R‑523)

Children - Settle

  1844.   Elizabeth Settle, b.c. 1822.

+1845.   Henrietta Williams Settle, b. 7 Oct. 1824, m. David Settle Reid, 19 Dec. 1850, d. 3 March 1901.

+1846.   Caroline L. Settle, b. 7 Oct. 1824, m. Hugh Kearns Reid, July 1866, d. 1905.

+1847.   Thomas Settle, b. 23 Jan. 1831, m. Mary Ann Bynum Glen, 26 May 1859 (or 1854), d. 1 Dec. 1888.

+1848.   Frances K. Settle, b. 10 Nov. 1836, m(1) John Wall Covington, 16 Nov. 1854, m(2) Oliver Hart Dockery, d. 8 March 1894.

  1849.   Rebecca W. Settle, b.c. 1838.

  1850.   David A. Settle, b. 7 Nov. 1839, d. 20 July 1906 (Reidsville, NC).

  1851.   Elizabeth Settle, b.c. 1842, d. before 1850.

 

Hon. Calvin Graves (560) was born 3 Jan. 1804 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 11 Feb. 1877.  He first married Elizabeth Lea of Caswell Co., NC, daughter of John C. Lea, on 2 June 1830 in Caswell Co., NC.  She was born 28 Aug. 1804 in NC, and died 13 June 1858.  They were buried in Trinity Baptist Church Cem. (old), Caswell Co., NC.  He married second Mary (Wilson) Lea of Petersburg, VA, on 4 Feb. 1859.  She was the widow of William Lea who died in 1856.  She died 22 March 1892.

His biographer says, "When eminent abilities, valuable public services, an unblemished political integrity, and a stern private virtue contribute to adorn the character of an individual, then it is most proper to set it forth prominently as an example to those who would make themselves useful to their fellow men."  Hon. Calvin Graves was preeminently a man of sterling worth and ability, well educated, thoroughly equipped as a lawyer, a wise counselor and statesman.  He served his state in the Constitutional Convention of 1835, as a member of the House of Commons in 1840, as Speaker of the House in 1842, as a member of the State Senate in 1846 and 1848, and on the Board of Internal Improvements in 1849 and 1850.  He was without personal ambition and declined more prominent positions than he accepted, preferring to be a useful rather than a conspicuous citizen.  He gained for himself, by a conscientious discharge of every duty, the confidence and esteem of everyone who knew him.  (R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Elizabeth Lea

+1852.   Caroline Hannah Graves, b. 26 Jan. 1832, m. Hugh Kearns Reid, 27 May 1857, d. 6 Sept. 1864.

  1853.   John W. Graves, b. 23 June 1833, never married, d. 28 April 1872 (Salt Lake City, UT).

  1854.   Sarah Emily Graves, b. 26 Feb. 1836, d. 24 Nov. 1837.  Bur. Trinity Baptist Church Cem.

+1855.   George Alexander Graves, b. 28 Jan. 1838, m. Minerva Isabelle Williamson, 4 April 1865, d. aft. 1880.

  1856.   Elizabeth Lea Graves, b. 17 Aug. 1840.

  1857.   Son, b. 7 March 1842, d. 11 May 1842.  Bur. Trinity Baptist Church Cem.

 

Frances Lea Graves (561) was born 2 Sept. 1807 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 7 Oct. 1829.  She married Josiah Thomas Settle, son of David Settle and Rhoda Mullins, on 8 June 1826 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 24 Aug. 1799 in Rockingham Co., NC, died 13 May 1869 in Hamilton, Butler Co., OH, and was buried in Greenwood Cem., Hamilton, OH.

After Frances died, Josiah became involved with Nancy Graves (one of his slaves), started having children with her, moved from Rockingham, NC to Mississippi, then to Ohio. They finally married in 1858.  Josiah and Nancy continued their journey and settled in Tishomingo Co., Mississippi. Josiah purchased land Oct. 7, 1850 from Samuel & Fatinea Flake in Sec. 12 Twp. --, Range 6, where in 1853 their youngest daughter Josephine was born.  Josiah being devoted to his children and their mother, he manumitted them several years after arriving in Mississippi. After being informed that the laws of the State forbade free Negroes residing therein, Settle left in March 1856 for Hamilton, Ohio, where he relocated and purchased a home for them.  He spent summer vacations with his family in Ohio and maintained his Southern plantation the latter part of the year.  Josiah sold his last parcel of land in Corinth, Mississippi to C. P. Polk.  (All land records were destroyed when the Court House burnt in Luka, Tishomingo Co. several years ago and the only records to be found were in Corinth, Alcorn Co., Mississippi so he could have sold land later).  We know that his will was written in the fall of 1860 in Tishomingo Co., Mississippi.  Another problem arose concerning his relations with his slave family.  His northern neighbor informed him that he had to discontinue the relations with the neighbor's family unless he married the mother.  He immediately replied: "That is what I have always desired to do."  In 1858 his slave mistress, Nancy, became his lawful wife in a ceremony witnessed by their children, who became his legitimate heirs.  The advent of the Civil War in 1861 brought Settle northward where he remained until he died in 1869.  At no time do you find Nancy and Josiah living in the same house; Nancy lived with the younger children and Josiah lived with the older children.  On June 8, 1860 Nancy was living next door to Josiah in Hanover Twp., Butler Co., OH.  After Josiah died, Nancy was recorded on the 1870 census, dated July 19, 1870, in Fourth Ward, Hamilton, Ohio and on the 1880 census, dated June 9, 1880, in Hanover Twp., Butler Co., OH.  In 1883, she lived at 510 S. 9th St., Richmond, Indiana.

WILL OF JOSIAH SETTLE (2143)

JOSIAH SETTLE, dec. Exemplification of nunciepative will

J. M. Walker et al ex Josiah Settle, dec.

This day come this cause on to be heard, on the petition of said J. M. Walker, E. G. Howard [Elizabeth Graves Settle Howard], and her husband W. A. Howard [Henry Allen Howard, M.D.] and Thomas L. Graves, alleging that Josiah Settle, late of the County of Tishomingo, Mississippi, departed this life, sometime in the month of May 1869, leaving a last Will and Testament; that said Will, was left with A. B. Delworth, of the County of Tishomingo, State of Mississippi that said Will, was accidentally lost by said Delworth, that diligent search has been made for said Will in all places where it was probable the same would be found, and that said Will cannot be found; that said Will was duly signed and Witnessed by three attesting Witnesses, Josiah Walker, Daniel Hudson and W. F. Wallace, That said Will, contained the following bequests, namely; to his daughter Elizabeth G. Howard, he gave the following Negroes, namely, Lovenia and her children, John and Margaret, Julia and her children; Martha and her children, Winston, Moses, Madison, Lucinda, and her child. To W. A. Howard, he gave Dick, and his wife, Hester and Whet. To his granddaughter, F. T. Howard, he gave a girl, Ray. To his grandson, Josiah Howard he gave a boy John. To his daughter F. L. Seams [Graves], he gave Patsey , and her child Lafayette, Anderson and his wife Eliza, and her child Aaron, Cid and his wife, Lucy and her children, Albert, Enos, Dianna, and two children. To his grandson J . Graves, he gave Frank and his wife Jane, and her children and the residue of his Estate both real and personal, bequeathed to his two daughters, the petitioners above named , E. G. Howard and F. L. Graves, share and share alike. To Nancy and her children, Sidney, Pinkney, W. H. Harrison, Henry Clay, Winfield Scott, Cornelia, Josiah, Josephine, his former Slaves, the property which he had before the making of said Will given them in the State of Ohio. That the said petitioners E. G. Howard , and F. L. Graves, are heirs at law of the said Testator, and praying that said Will, as set forth in said petition, be upon due proof established and admitted to Probate and made as matters of record in this Court; and that said J. M. Walker, one of the petitioners be appointed Executor of said Will & after due consideration, and after having the affidavits and depositions made by petitioners, and the testimony of Witnesses in open Court, it is adjudged by the court, that in the fall of 1860, the said Josiah Settle, made a last Will and Testament, which was duly signed by him and published; that said Will was attested by three subscribing witnesses who subscribed their names to said Will, at the request of said Settle and that said Settle signed said Will in the presence of said subscribing Witnesses, and that the Witness signed in the presence of the Testator, and in the presence of each other.

 

The said above Will, as set forth, be admitted to probate, as the last Will and Testament of Josiah Settle, dec. Tis therefore now ordered and decreed by the court, that said J. M. Walker, be appointed Executor of the last Will and Testament of the said Josiah Settle, deceased, and that letters issue and be recorded, he having this day appeared in open court, and taken the oath prescribed by law and entered into bond, in the penalty of one thousand dollars, with B. B. Boone and W. O. Howard, as his Sureties.

 

J. W. Stevens, Probate Judge

 

Sept. 14, 1869 Second days minutes State of Mississippi, Tishomingo County; I. J. Webster, Clerk of Probate Court for said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy or transcript of an order of the Probate Court of said County, of the probate of the Will and grant o f letters thereon of Josiah Settle, deceased, as appears of record on the minutes of said Court, Witness my hand and official seal at office Jacinto, Miss. this 17th day of Sept. A. D . 1869 Joshua Webster, Clerk

 

The State of Ohio, Butler County Ss:-Probate Court:- Be it remembered that at the probate court of Butler County, Ohio holden at Hamilton, in said County and State, on the 5th day of March 1870, a copy of the last Will and Testament of Josiah Settle, deceased, was produced in open court, and it appearing that said Will, was duly proven and allowed in the Probate Court of Tishomingo County, in the State of Mississippi, as the valid last Will and Testament of Josiah Settle deceased. It is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court, that the same be admitted to record, among the records of Wills of this office, as the valid last Will and Testament of Josiah Settle, deceased. By the Court Joseph Traber Probate Judge.  (R‑521)

Children - Settle

+1858.   Elizabeth Graves Settle, b. 12 May 1827, Henry Allen Howard, 22 May 1847, d. 15 Dec. 1909.

  1859.   Frances Lea (or Lewis) Settle, b. 7 Oct. 1829, m. John Hinton Graves (#1838), d. 1880.  See #1838 for descendants.

 

Mary Kerr Graves (562) was born 15 April 1810 in James City, VA, and died after 1850 in Rockingham Co., NC.  She married Alexis Howard, son of Henry Howard and Mary McAden, on 7 Dec. 1842 in Caswell Co., NC.  He was born 17 June 1797 in Caswell Co., NC, and died after 1855 in Tuskegee, Macon Co., AL.  Their first 3 children were born in Caswell Co., NC, and the last in Tuskegee, AL.  (R‑521)

Children - Howard

+1860.   Azariah Graves Howard, b. 12 Nov. 1843, m. Catherine L. Graves (#1832), 30 Dec. 1869, d. 26 Jan. 1893.

  1861.   Elizabeth Williams Howard, b. 23 May 1845.  She may be the Bettie Williams Howard buried in Trinity Baptist Church Cem. (Caswell Co., NC).

+1862.   Susan Ann Alexis Howard, b. 21 Jan. 1847, m. Thomas H. Slade, 22 April 1874.

  1863.   Alexis McCaden (or McAden?) Howard, b. 26 March 1850, d. 18 Jan. 1851 (Tuskegee, Macon Co., AL).

 

Azariah Graves, Jr. (564) was born 10 Aug. 1815 in Caswell Co., NC, and died 8 July 1897.  He first married Meekey Harden Slade, daughter of William Slade and Nancy ‑‑‑‑‑‑ of Rockingham Co., NC, on 26 June 1844 in Rockingham Co., NC.  She was born 13 Jan. 1822, and died 29 April 1845 at the birth of her first child, a son, who also died.

Azariah married second Elizabeth (“Lizzie”) Jane Neal, daughter of Zachariah Neal and Rebecca Rice of Caswell Co., on 1 July 1846.  She was born 16 or 20 Nov. 1826[78] in the eastern part of Rockingham Co., NC, and died 15 April 1857 in Caswell Co., NC.

He married third Isabella Howard, daughter of Alexis Howard of Tuskegee, AL, on 17 March 1858.  She was born 21 Aug. 1835 in NC, and died 8 Oct. 1873.  They lived in Ashland, NC.  Azariah, Meekey, Elizabeth, and Isabella were buried in Trinity Baptist Church Cem. (old), Caswell Co., NC.  (R‑157, R‑239, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Meekey H. Slade

  1864.   son, b. and d. 29 April 1845.

Children - Graves, by Elizabeth Neal

  1865.   Claudia Kerr Graves, b. 1847, d. 16 Aug. 1847.  Bur. Trinity Baptist Church Cem.

+1866.   Algernon Sidney Graves, b. 1 Sept. 1848, m. Mary Settle Howard, 11 June 1876[79], d.c. 1915.

+1867.   Ella Williams Graves, b. 30 Sept. 1850, m. George Nicholas Thompson, 5 Dec. 1884, d. 20 Oct. 1914.

+1868.   Rebecca Neal Graves, b. 27 Nov. 1852, m. Thomas Chalmers Neal, 12 Oct. 1876, d. 9 April 1893.

+1869.   Azariah Graves, b. 27 Dec. 1854, m(1) Mary Thompson, 31 July 1881, m(2) Effie Maywood Trogdon, 18 Nov. 1891, m(3) Lucy P. Millner, c. 1899, d. 19 April 1903.

  1870.   Lizzie N. Graves, b. April 1857, d. 6 Aug. 1857.  Bur. Trinity Baptist Church Cem.

 

CHILDREN OF ISABELLA GRAVES (106) AND THOMAS L. SLADE

Nancy Slade (573) was born about 1792.  She married John Stamps, Jr., son of John Stamps and his second wife Eleanor Leannah Dodson, on 13 Jan. 1808 in Caswell Co., N.C.  Her father, Thomas Slade, Jr., gave his consent; Barzillai Graves and Sol DeBow were the bondsmen; Barzillai Graves performed the ceremony.

John and Nancy Stamps made their home at what was known as the "Stamps Quarters" in Locust Hill Twp., Caswell Co., N.C.  John owned and operated mills and farms, and dealt in land.  His land purchases were numerous.

Nancy Stamps and her daughter, Emily, died prior to 10 Nov. 1844; "Old Sister Stamps and her daughter Sister Emily Stamps' funeral preached from Prov. 8, 17th verse, by Rev. Elias Dodson, Jr."  John and Nancy Stamps were buried in a plot of ground between the Stamps and Russell plantations.  Their graves are unmarked.  In Nov. 1844, Isabella Stamps was received into Trinity Baptist Church. In Nov. 1849, Mary Stamps, then the wife of William Hightower, was dismissed.

Much more information on the descendants of Nancy Slade and John Stamps, Jr., can be found in The Stamps Family History and Lineage, by William T. Stamps.  (R‑179)

Children - Stamps

  1871.   Emily Stamps, d. before 10 Nov. 1844.

  1872.   Isabella Stamps, m. William Russell.

  1873.   Mary Stamps, m. William Hightower, 16 Dec. 1844 (Caswell Co., NC).

  1874.   John Stamps, never married.

  1875.   Milton Stamps, b. 1810 (Caswell Co., NC), m(1) widow Martha P. Stetson, 28 June 1836 (Stokes Co., NC), m(2) Ruth Hall, 14 July 1860 (Madison, NC), d. 1884.

  1876.   William Rufus Stamps, b. 1815 (Caswell Co., NC), m. Martha Frances Moore, 17 June 1845 (Caswell Co., NC), d. 1879.

+1877.   Thomas Slade Stamps, b.c. 1813, m(1) Margaret Albany Mahaffey, c. 8 March 1842, m(2) Margaret Thornton Tankersley, c. 1849, d. bet. 25 April 1871and June 1871.

 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM B. GRAVES (115) AND ANN P. PETTUS

Ann Pettus ("Nancy") Graves (575) was born 13 May 1781 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 24 July 1858 in Hancock Co., IL.  She married Charles Thompson (or Thomson), son of William Thompson and Frances Jackson Mills, on 14 Dec. (or Feb.) 1800 in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born 27 March 1773 in VA, and died 9 April 1844 in Hancock Co., IL.  They were buried in Woodring Cem. (Mt. Zion Cem.), Carthage Twp., Hancock, Co., IL.  Ann was recorded on the 1850 census in Hancock Co. IL.  Her first five children were born in VA and the second five in KY.  (R‑534, R‑910)

Children - Thompson

+1878.   America Thompson, b. 3 Nov. 1800, m. James C. Swan, c. 1834, d. 28 Aug. 1871.

+1879.   William G. Thompson, b. 30 April 1804, m(1) Louisa Haggard, 20 Dec. 1832, m(2) Mary Dodge, 27 Sept. 1841, d. 30 July 1884.

+1880.   George Overton Thompson, b. 20 Dec. 1805, m(1) Margaret Phaup, 14 April 1835, m(2) Martha Thomson, 6 Nov. 1848, d. 7 July 1892.

  1881.   Frances Ann Thompson, b. 1 (or 5) Dec. 1807, d. Nov. 1808.

+1882.   Albert Nelson Thompson, b. 15 Oct. 1809, m(1) Rebecca Reynolds, 20 April 1837, m(2) Rebecca Griffith, 3 May 1853, d. 22 Dec. 1858.

+1883.   Mary Jackson Thompson, b. 25 (or 29) Jan. 1812, m. John Haggard, 24 Jan. 1833, d. 15 Feb. 1870.

+1884.   Amelia Overton Thompson, b. 3 Sept. 1814, m. Benedict Reynolds, 6 Sept. 1848, d. 2 July 1864.

+1885.   Charles Mills Thompson, b. 23 Dec. 1816, m. Henrietta Wilkie, 26 Aug. 1840, d. 5 Aug. 1865.

  1886.   Nathaniel Thompson, b. 11 July 1819, d. 8 Sept. 1843.

+1887.   James Henry Thompson, b. 20 Aug. 1822, m. Sarah E. Harnep, 13 Sept. 1859, d. 24 Feb. 1905.

 

Susannah (“Susan”) Pettus Graves (577) was born 16 May 1785 in VA, and died in 1862 in Fairview, Christian Co., KY.  She married John Hancock, son of Joseph Hancock and Nancy Ann Luck of Hanover Co., VA, on 24 Aug. 1813 in Louisa Co., VA.  John was born 30 Jan. 1787 in Hanover Co., VA, and died between 24 April and 24 Aug. 1845 in Fairview, KY.  Susan was recorded as the head of household on the 1850 census in Todd Co., KY and the 1860 census in P.O. Elkhorn, Todd Co., KY; her first three children was born in Louisa Co., VA and the last in KY.  (R‑13)

Children - Hancock

+1888.   William Alfred Hancock, b. 2 June 1814, m. Sarah (“Sally”) Vass, d. 23 June 1899 (Fairview, KY).  She was b. 1814 and d. 1876.

  1889.   James Monroe Hancock, b. 21 March 1816, m(1) Catherine Ann Frazier, 1845, m(2) Harriet Jeffreys, aft. 1856.

  1890.   Joseph Caswell Hancock, b.c. 1818, m(1) Zilpha ‑‑‑‑‑‑, m(2) Mary (“Molly”) Susan Hancock.

+1891.   John G. Hancock, b. 1820, m. Susan E. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 1862.

 

Hulda Graves (578) was born 24 Feb. 1788 in VA, and died 7 July 1852 in Christian Co., KY.  She married James C. Hall on 22 Dec. 1809 in Louisa Co., VA[80].  He was born 4 ---- 1782 in VA, and died 26 March 1860 in Christian Co., KY.  They were buried in Hall Cem., Pembroke, KY.  He married second Elizabeth C. Williams on 28 April 1856.  Their first 4 children listed below were born in Louisa Co., VA, and the next 2 in Christian Co., KY.  (R‑109)

Children - Hall

+1892.   Addison Franklin Hall, b. 28 Aug. 1810, m(1) Susan Jones, c. 1835, m(2) Rebecca M. Jones, 21 July 1850, m(3) Anna Stell Rupley, 28 June 1868, d. 29 Oct. 1887.

+1893.   Charles G. Hall, b. 26 Nov. 1811, m(1) Elizabeth A. Jones, Sept. 1835, m(2) Maggie L. O'Neal, 1883, d. 5 Oct. 1889.

+1894.   Adelia Ann Hall, b.c. 1814, m. Madison B. Vass, 31 March 1834, d. between 1870 and 1880..

+1895.   Eliza S. Hall, b.c. 1819, m. James Thomas Gill, 15 Sept. 1851.

  1896.   James M. Hall, b. 11 Oct. 1821, m. L. J. ‑‑‑‑‑‑, d. 19 Dec. 1860 (Christian Co., KY).

  1897.   Sarah A. Hall, b.c. 1825, m. T. G. Alexander, 9 Aug. 1846.  He was b. 23 Aug. 1822 and d. 24 March 1862.

  1898.   Susan E. Hall, m. John G. Hancock, 26 June 1849.  He was b. 1820, d. 1862, Bur. Hall Cem. (Pembroke, KY).

+1899.   America J. Hall, m. Augustus Gustavus Snowden Calmes, 17 Dec. 1845, possibly d. before 1860.

 

Amelia ("Milley") Graves (579) was born 8 Feb. 1790 in VA, and died 14 Sept. 1843.  She first married James Wash on 28 Jan. 1805 in Louisa Co., VA[81], by Rev. John Lasley.  Martin Wash was surety for the bond and Harrison Graves was the witness.  She married second Mills Tandy, son of Henry Tandy and Anne Mills, on 17 Dec. 1805 in Louisa Co., VA.  He was born 6 July 1780 in Orange Co., VA, and died 28 Dec. 1861 in Christian Co., KY.  Mills and children Louisa, James, and Marion were recorded on the 1850 census in Dist. 2, Christian Co., KY.  He married second Margaret Tandy about 1844 in Christian Co., KY.  (R‑101, R‑109, R‑292, R‑910)

Children - Tandy

+1900.   William Henry Tandy, b. 24 Sept. 1806, m. Alice Lewis Woolfolk, 7 Dec. 1826, d. 29 July 1864.

+1901.   Ann Pettus Tandy, b. 21 Sept. 1808, m. James Agee Radford, 18 Oct. 1832, d. 28 July 1888.

+1902.   Nathaniel Mills Tandy, b. 9 June 1810, m(1) Mary Elizabeth Davis, 16 Jan. 1834, m(2) Margaret J. Jesup, 4 Nov. 1845, d. 14 July 1881.

+1903.   Charles Major Tandy, b. 8 June 1813, m(1) Mary S. Gary, 3 Sept. 1835, m(2) Mary S. Henry, d. Oct. 1877.

  1904.   Amelia G. Tandy, b. 16 Dec. 1815, m. Charles W. Radford, 14 Nov. 1833, d. 6 April 1878.  He was b. 29 May 1813 (Green Co., KY), son of Reuben Radford and Phoebe Gibson.

+1905.   Mary Elizabeth Tandy, b. 21 May 1818, m. Willis Wilson Chastain, 18 July 1838, d. 17 Dec. 1889.

+1906.   Martha Jane Tandy, b. 19 March 1821, m. Thomas Stanley Smoot, 18 Dec. 1838, d. 6 March 1914.

  1907.   Robert Oscar Tandy, b. 30 Dec. 1823 (KY), d. 19 Aug. 1851.

+1908.   Louisa Amanda Tandy, b. 26 Sept. 1827, m. Philip Larmon, 7 Oct. 1850, d. aft. 1880.

  1909.   Edward Napper Tandy (twin), b. 8 Nov. 1829.

  1910.   James Edwin Tandy (twin), b. 8 Nov. 1829, d. aft. 1850.

  1911.   Marion Emily Tandy, b. 4 March 1832, m. Jerome Loring Yates, 24 July 1855 (Christian Co., KY), d. 16 Sept. 1920 (Sherman, Grayson Co., TX).  He was b. June 1831 (TN), d. 18 May 1915 (Sherman, TX).

  1912.   Gustavius Adolphas Tandy, b. 24 Dec. 1834 (KY), d. 24 July 1835.

 

Joseph Robert Pettus Graves (580) was born 4 June 1792 and died 14 July 1855.  He first married Mary Ann ("Polly") Pettus (#750), a second cousin, on 14 Jan. 1813 in Christian Co., KY.  She died 18 Dec. 1844.

He married second Mary Elizabeth ("Bettie") Smoot, daughter of John Smoot and Lucy Buckner Thornton, on 13 April 1845.  After he died, his widow married second Maj. William E. Davenport of the Union Army.  There were no children from this marriage.  She died 14 July 1874.

According to Mrs. Mallinckrodt, Bettie (Smoot) Graves has a very interesting ancestry.  It was one of her family connections who helped J. J. Audubon out financially when he was turned down as a poor risk by banks.  They had been friends since childhood.  To show his appreciation, Audubon did a portrait of "his friend" and it now hangs in the home of Mrs. Robert Cooke of Clarksville, Tenn.  (R‑9, R‑915)

Children - Graves, by Mary A. Pettus

  1913.   William Pettus Graves, b. 14 Aug. 1814, d. 5 April 1876 (Todd Co., KY. Kentucky Death Index, 1852-1953).

+1914.   Joseph Monroe Graves, b.c. 1820, m. Lucy Ann Smoot, d. 1878.

  1915.   Caswell Graves, never married, d. 11 June 1841.

+1916.   Robert Nelson Graves, b. 26 Sept. 1824, m. Maria Louisa Bowles, 1846, d. 5 July 1894.

Children - Graves, by Mary E. Smoot

+1917.   John Otho Graves, b. 17 June 1846, m. Margaret Anna Cummins, 7 April 1870, d. 11 June 1902.

+1918.   Samuel Overton Graves, b. 14 Sept. 1852, m. Elizabeth McCarroll, d. 9 Sept. 1889.

 

James Otho Graves (582) was born 7 Oct. 1798 in Louisa Co., VA, and died 20 Aug. 1875 in Quincy, Adams Co., IL.  He married Ann ("Annie” or “Nancy") Mills Perry, daughter of James Perry and Nancy Tandy, about 1820 in KY.  She was born 28 Aug. 1793 (or March 1803) in VA, and died 11 Oct. 1874.  This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Carrollton, Greene Co., IL, the 1860 census in Quincy, IL, and the 1870 census in Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY.  His wife was recorded as Nancy Graves on all three censuses.  (R‑306, R‑915)

Children - Graves

  1919.   Ann Elizabeth Graves, b. 17 May 1822, m. Robert B. Bagby, d. 1866 (Quincy, IL).  He was b. 1808 (VA), and d. 1877 (Quincy, IL).

  1920.   James William Graves, b. 15 Feb. 1824, never married.

+1921.   Warner Lewis Graves, b. 12 Nov. 1825, m. Margaret Gunn.

  1922.   Virginia Frances Graves, b. 23 Oct. 1827, m. Tom A. McIntyre.

  1923.   Lucinda J. Graves, b. 21 Oct. 1829 (KY), m. James Hall.

+1924.   Henry L. Graves, b. 17 Feb. 1832, m. Georgie A. Bradley, d. 2 Dec. 1882.

+1925.   Washington Clay (or Charles) Graves, b. 24 March 1834, m. Sarah Ellen Thompson, 18 May 1858, d. 7 Nov. 1905.

  1926.   Lavinia Amelia Graves, b. 14 March 1836, d. aft. 1850.

  1927.   Joseph Mills Graves, b. 24 April 1838, never married, d. aft. 1850.

 

Caswell Thomas Graves (583) was born 8 Aug. 1801 in VA, died 2 Aug. 1875, and was buried in Tandy Cem., Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY.  He was recorded on the 1850 census in District 1, Todd Co., KY where he lived with sister Susan Hancock’s family.  He was also recorded on the 1860 census in Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY living with William and Mary E. Davenport.  Mary Davenport was the second wife of Caswell’s brother Joseph Robert Pettus Graves (#580).  Also in the household were John O. Graves and Samuel O. P. Graves, sons of Joseph and Mary.  On the 1870 census in District 4, Christian Co., KY, he is recorded as ‘Caz’ Graves, age 70.  He lived in the household of Charles M. Tandy.  Previous information stated that he married Delphia ("Delphy") Eads, daughter of Thomas Eads and Elizabeth Rutherford, on 28 July 1806 in Louisa Co., VA.  His daughter was recorded as Sarah Graves, born about 1810, and that she married Samuel DeHart.  Caswell’s date of birth would make it impossible for him to be either the husband or father.  The children formerly listed as children of Sarah Graves and Samuel DeHart are actually the children of Sarah Stigall (or Stegall) who married Joshua DeHart on 19 Feb. 1824 in Patrick Co., VA.  (R‑109)

 

CHILDREN OF ANN GRAVES (116) AND JOHN HANCOCK

Thomas Graves Hancock (584) was born 15 May 1776 in Louisa Co., VA, died 26 Sept. 1848 in Franklin Co., KY, and was buried in Fleming Graveyard, Franklin Co., KY.  He first married Jemima Haydon, daughter of James Haydon and Elizabeth Slaughter, on 19 Jan. 1801 in Franklin Co., KY.  She was born about 1780 in Spotsylvania Co., VA, and died 27 Nov. 1810 in Franklin Co., KY.  He married second Elizabeth Cox, daughter of Capt. John Cox and Elizabeth Marlow, on 27 Nov. 1810, in Franklin Co., KY.  She was born about 1785 in Falls Bucks, Fayette Co., PA, and died in 1825 in Franklin Co., KY.  He married third Eleanor Cook about 1825.  She was born about 1790 in VA.  She was recorded on the 1850 census in Franklin Co., KY with her sons Joseph and Graves Hancock.  (R‑13, R‑16)

Children - Hancock, by Jemima Haydon

+1928.   James S. Hancock, b. 19 Oct. 1802, m. Rachel Stansbury, 13 Jan. 1825, d. 10 Jan. 1896.

  1929.   Mariah (or Maria) Hancock, b. 7 Sept. 1804, m. Willis Wilhoite.

  1930.   John Bartlett Hancock, b. 6 June 1806.

  1931.   Jane Hancock, b. 17 April 1809, m. Charles Yancy, d. 27 Jan. 1890 (Hamilton Co., IN).

Children - Hancock, by Elizabeth Cox

+1932.   Thomas Graves Hancock, Jr., b. 2 May 1811, m. Maria J. Ellis, by 1839, d. aft. 1880.

  1933.   Nancy Ann Hancock, b. 28 July 1813, m. William Powell, d. 8 Aug. 1897.

  1934.   Eleanor (“Nellie”) Hancock, b. 15 Jan. 1816.

  1935.   Martha Hancock, b. 28 March 1818, m. Simeon Ellis, d. 10 July 1858 (Franklin Co., KY).

  1936.