Genealogy Data Page 38 (Notes Pages)

For privacy reasons, Date of Birth and Date of Marriage for persons believed to still be living are not shown.

Morse Margaret [Female] b. 09 MAY 1923 West Union, Iowa - d. 18 JAN 1998 Iowa

Saturday, Jan. 24, at Grace United Methodist Church, Oelwein, with the Rev. Robert Dagit officiating. Burial will be at a later date in Wadena. There will be no visitation. Hintz-Geilenfeld funeral Home, Oelwein, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Vawter, 74, died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998, at Mercy Living Plus, Oelwein, after a lengthy illness. She was born May 9, 1923, in Wadena, the daughter of Albert and Bess (Green) Morse. She married Donald Whittenbaugh on June 26, 1940 in West Union. He died Dec. 9, 1949. She married James V. Vawter on June 21, 1954 in Bellevue. Mrs. Vawter worked at Singer Sewing, Disco Mart, Spurgeon's and Connor's in Oelwein and from 1954 to 1962 owned and operated a grocery store in Calmar.
Survivors include her husband, James; one daughter, Penny McComb of Maynard; a sister, Mabel Larson of Elkader; a stepdaughter, Barbara Wegner of Oelwein; two grandsons; three step-grandchildren; six step-great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband; one brother, Harold Morse; a son-in-law Donald McComb; and a stepson-in-law, Wayne Wegner.

Back to Main Page

Vawter Melvin Glenn [Male] b. 23 SEP 1918 Keysport, Illinois - d. 25 SEP 1992 Illinois

M. Glenn Vawter was VVV President 1986-1988.

Back to Main Page

Kirkham Everett Wayne [Male] b. 17 APR 1920 Indianapolis, Indiana - d. 04 DEC 1988 Indiana

findagrave shows him married to Betty Lay

Back to Main Page

Vawter James Crawford [Male] b. 22 JAN 1825 Indiana - d. 27 FEB 1894 Jasper County, Illinois

1860 Jasper Co, IL census:
James Vawter....... 35........IN
Mary Vawter....... 33.........KY
Sara Vawter....... 10......IN
Ann E Vawter....... 9..........IN
Wm E Vawter....... 7.........IL
Sieras Vawter....... 5...........IL (Cyrus ?)

1870 Jasper Co, IL census:
James written as Vatter
Mary Vawter......43.......KY
Sarah Vawter......20.....IN
Ann Eliza Vawter......18.....IN
William Vawter......17......IL
Cyrus Vawter......15......IL
Xelina Vawter......8......IL
Albert Vawter......5.....IL
Mary Vawter.......3.....IL
Henry Vawter......7 mo......IL

1880 Jasper Co, IL census:
James Vawter......55.....IN
Mary Vawter......53......KY
Cyrus Vawter......25.....IL
Kelima ? Vawter......19......IL
Albert Vawter......15....IL
Mary Vawter......13......IL
Henry Vawter......10.....IL
Kystie ? Warden.....1....IL.....g.daughter

Back to Main Page

Vawter Cyrus Beverly [Male] b. DEC 1853 Jasper County, Illinois - d. 05 AUG 1905 Wray, Colorado

1900 Republic Co. Kansas census:
Cyrus Vawter...........Dec 1853...........46 ........IL
Lizzie Vawter............May 1860............40.......IL
Floyd S Vawter...........Aug 1889.........10 .........KS
Clayton B Vawter........Feb 1891.......... 9.........KS
Charles R Vawter........Feb 1893........ 7.. .......KS
Arthur D Vawter..........Jun 1899...........11/12........KS

Back to Main Page

Vawter Albert Grant [Male] b. 06 SEP 1864 Jasper County, Illinois - d. 06 APR 1943 Cooksville, Illinois

1900 Jasper, IL census:
Albert G Vawter......Sept. 1864......35.....IL
Sarah J Vawter......Mar. 1868.....32.....IL
Lula M Vawter.....Jan 1888.....12.....IL
James L Vawter......Jan 1890.....10.....IL
David G Vawter.....Feb 1892.....8.....IL
Skyler B Vawter.....Jan 1895.....5.....IL
Hiram C Vawter......Aug 1899......9 mo.....IL

1910 Jasper, IL census:
Albert G Vawter........45......IL
Sarah J Vawter.......42......IL
James L Vawter......20......IL
David G Vawter......18......IL
Skyler B Vawter......15......IL
Hiram C Vawter......10.....IL
Albert T Vawter......5......IL

1920 Mclean, IL census:
Albert G Vawter......55.....IL
Sarah Vawter......51....IL
Skyler B Vawter.....24.....IL
Hiram C Vawter......20....IL
Albert Vawter......15.....IL

1930 Mclean, IL census:
A G Vawter.....65....IL
Sarah J Vawter.....62,,,,IL
J W Kinkade....83....IN....father-in-law

1940 Mclean, IL census:
Albert G Vawter.....75....IL
Sarah J Vawter.....72....IL
James W Kinkade....93....IN....father-in-law

Back to Main Page

Wooden Francis [Male] b. 1848

Illinois Marriages:
Groom - Francis M Wooden, age 28
Bride - Sarah Vaughters, age 28
Date - September 9, 1876 in Jasper, Illinois
Groom - Francis M Wooden, age 26
Bride - Sarah Vanter, age 30
Date - Feb 11 1877 in Jasper, Illinois
Both of these records were found on

Back to Main Page

Rogers Thomas C [Male] b. 1850 Illinois - d. 1896 Jasper County, Illinois

1880 Richmond, IL census:
Thomas C Rogers......29......IL
Ann E Rogers......28.....IN
Mary E Rogers......4.....IL

1900 Jasper, IL census:
Ann Rogers......Jul 1850......49.....IN.....widow
Rolly Rogers......Aug 1879......20.....IL
Edwin Rogers.....Mar 1886.....14.....IL
Ella Rogers......OCt 1889.....10.....IL

Illinois birth record:
Edwin Rogers, Mar 1, 1886
Father - Thomas C Rogers
Mother - Ann Vanterz

Illinois death record
Rolla Burton Rogers, born Aug 27, 1879 - died Mar 21, 1931
Father - Thomas Rogers
Mother - Anna Vawter
Spouse - Sarah Rogers

Back to Main Page

Rogers Rolla Burton [Male] b. 27 AUG 1879 Richland County, Illinois - d. 31 MAR 1931 Illinois

1920 Jasper Co. IL census:
Rollie B Rogers.......38......IL
Sarah E Rogers......30.....IL
Roy W Rogers......2.....IL
Mina J Rogers.......2 months.....IL
Alonzo H Green......9.......IL.......step-son

1930 Jasper Co. IL census:
Rolla B is spelled Rogers on tombstone
Sarah E Rodgers......42......IL
Alonzo H Green......19.....IL.....step-son
Roy W s/b Rogers ?
Mina J ......10.....IL......daughter
Marvin C ......7......IL.....son

1940 Jasper Co. IL census:
Roy W Rodgers......22.......IL
Nina Rodgers......20......IL.....sister
Sarah C Rodgers......51......IL.....mother, widow
Filena Reid......90......OH......grandmother, widow

Back to Main Page

Rogers Edwin Peter [Male] b. 01 MAR 1886 Jasper County, Illinois - d. 14 DEC 1942 Newton, Illinois

Back to Main Page

Vawter Perry [Male] b. 15 JUN 1897 Jasper County, Illinois - d. 23 OCT 1967 Fresno, California

1920 Macon, IL census:
Perry Vawter......23.....IL
Delpha Vawter......20.....IL
Charlene Vawter........2.......IL

1930 Logan, KS census:
Perry Vawter......33.....IL
Delpha Vawter......32.....IL
Paul D Vawter......4.....IL

1940 Fresno, CA census:
Perry Vawter......43......IL
Delpha Vawter......41.....IL
Paul D Vawter......14.....IL

Back to Main Page

Vawter Henry Oliver [Male] b. 11 NOV 1869 Jasper County, Illinois - d. 27 SEP 1948 Bogota, Illinois

1910 Richland, IL census:
Henry O Vawter......40....IL
Ella Vawter......40....IL
Ellis Vawter......16.....IL
Perry Vawter....12....IL
Claud Vawter....7....IL

1920 Jasper, IL census:
Henry Vawter.....50....IL
Elle Vawter.....50....IL
Claud Vawter.....17....IL

1930 Jasper, IL census:
Henry Vawter....60...IL
Elzora Vawter....60....IL
Claud L Vawter....29......IL

1940 Jasper, IL census:
Henry O Vawter.....70.....IL......widowed

Back to Main Page

Vawter Charles Ralph [Male] b. FEB 1893 Kansas - d. 1981 Victoria, B.C.

1920 Nez Perce, Idaho census:
Floyd Vawter......30.....KS
Lizzie Hendrickson.....59 ?.....IL......mother
Mabel Vawter.....22.....OR....sister-in-law
Floyd Vawter......10 months.....Canada.....nephew

Back to Main Page

Vawter Ralph Emmet [Male] b. 1927 - d. 2004 Canada

Back to Main Page

Wilkinson William [Male] b. 1612 Yorkshire, England - d. ABT 1663 Popular Hill Parish, Maryland

Rev. William Wilkinson was the first Episcopal minister of the province of Maryland. He came out from Yorkshire to Virginia with his family and son-in-laws, William Hatton and Thomas Dent. Rev. Wilkinson was a graduate of the divinity school at Oxford, as were his father. The Virginia record show that in November, 1635, he was designated as a cleric.

1635, 20 Nov; William WILKINSON, minister, was granted 700 acres in Linhaven, commonly called Chisopean River, on a creek west of the lands of Thomas Keeling and George Downes, and bounded on the east by the creek opposite Capt. Thoroughgood's plantation, and on the north by Chisopean Bay, in Virginia, due 200 by assignment from Robert Newkerke, 3 October 1635, which lands were due to the said Newkerke, 50 for his own personal adventure, and 150 for the transportation of 3 servants; and the other 500 acres due as follows; 50 for the personal adventure of said Wilkinson, 50 for the personal adventure of his wife Naomy, and 400 for the transporation of 8 persons; William Wilkinson, Naomy Wilkinson, Robert Newkerke, Robert Haughton, John Goodwin, Thomas Preston, Edward Peane, Hugh Jones, Martha Deacon, THos. Crofton, Daniel Baker, John Boods, Jon. Johnson.

Owned "Westbury Manor" which he gave to his daughter Rebecca when she married Thomas Dent.

Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, Page 26
William Wilkinson, 29th May 1663;
in part:
To Eliza Budden, dau of Margaret Budden, "My last wife", personalty.
To grandchild, viz, WIlliam Haton, son, of William and Eliza Hatton, personalty.
To son-in-law Thomas Dent and Rebecca his wife, 1/2 residue of estate, real and personal.
To son-in-law William Hatton and Eliza his wife, other 1/2 residue of estate, real and personal.
Exs. sons-in-law Thomas Dent and William Hatton
Test: Randall Hanson, Daniel Smith. 1,100

Back to Main Page

Smallwood Thomas [Male] b. 1675 Charles Co. Maryland - d. 04 MAY 1734 Charles Co. Maryland

Was executor of his brother, John's will in 1694.
11/30/1732, bought 200 acres in Prince George Co. called "Wheelers Choice". (Marlboro,lib.T,fol.50)
and changed name to "Moore's Rest"
Also owned "Smallwoods Plains" and "Smallwoods Addition".
Charles County, Maryland
Will probated April 9, 1735

Thomas Smallwood

In the Name of God Amen

The fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord God 1734 I Thomas Smallwood of Charles County being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory {illegible}

Imprimis I give my well beloved son James Smallwood all my land belonging to me that lyeth on that side of Piney Branch whereon he now liveth to him and the Heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever forever but in default of such I give at his decease to be equally divided between my Sons Thomas and Pryor and to their Heirs Lawfully begotten forever the Land given here is all that part of Poor Call whereon the said James liveth --

Item I give to my beloved Son Thomas Smallwood a Tract of Land called Moore's Rest beginning at an Ancient Oak standing {illegible} 200 acres to the said Thomas and the Heirs of his body {illegible} in Default of such issue at his decease to be given to my Son Pryor and the heirs {illegible} and also do give unto him one Negro Man called Charles likewise one featherbed with furniture one Iron pot two Basons and six plates and do order that if my Son Pryor should die without Issue that my Son Thomas may have a Negro called Davy -

Item I give unto my Son Pryor Smallwood all that parcel or Tract of Land called Poor Call Lying on the northside of Piney Branch being the Plantation whereon I now live also a Tract of Land called Batchelors Delight also a Tract of land Adjoining to Smallwoods Plain whereon a certain Thomas Murphey now liveth containing 250 Acres do give it unto the said Pryor and the Heirs of his Body {illegible} and in Default of such Issue do give unto my Son James Smallwood all that part of Poor Call whereon I now live to him {illegible} the other Tracts to wit Batchelor's Delight and the Tract whereon Thomas Murphey now liveth if Pryor should decease without issue to be given unto my Son Thomas and the Heirs of his body {illegible} and also do give unto the said Pryor one Negro man called Davy one feather bed with Furniture one Iron pot Two Pewter Dishes and Six plates and his choice of two young Sorrel Horses -

Item I give unto my Daughter Elizabeth Cawood one Negro boy called Jeffry -

Item I give unto my Daughter Sarah Roby one Negro boy called Davy

Item I give unto my Daughter Esther Harrison one Negro Girl now in her possession called Judy -

Item I give unto my Daughter Charity Davy the use of a Negro Woman called Pegg from next April 1735 for and during her natural Life afterwards do give her to her two children Ann and Eleanor Davy and their Heirs forever.

Item I give unto Humphry Berry a Tract of Land called Smallwood's Plain containing Three Hundred Acres and after his Decease to be equally divided between his Sons Humphry and Thomas begotten of the body of my Daughter Mary to them and the Heirs of their boyds Lawfully begotten forever.

Item I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved Wife Alice Smallwood whom I likewise constitute and ordain my only and sole Executrix of this my last Will & Testament one Negro Man called Brieger {?} and two Negro Women called Moll and Lucy, one Negro Child Violetta and do also give unto her all the residue of my Household Goods or stuff Cattle Horses and Mares, Implements Utensils moveables and all the remainder of my Personal Estate Together with all Debts dues Demands & Tobacco whatsoever ordaining and requesting her the said Alice to pay what Debts is owing from me to any Person or persons whatsoever.

Thomas Smallwood (his T mark)

William (his W mark) Atchison
Thomas Metcalfe
John (his E mark) Robison

Back to Main Page

Smallwood James [Male] b. 1639 England - d. 1714 Charles County, MD

James Smallwood settled in the Zachia Hundred Area of the County. The first mention of him is found in the Maryland Land Warrants, Annapolis. He is in the index of Early Settlers of Maryland, 1633-1680, which says that he immigrated in 1664. His wife Hester was transported in 1650 to Anne. She was probably brought from England by her parents. In 1677, James bought 200 acres of land
from John Duglas called "Welcome". In 1675 James was a member of Godfrey's Rangers, protecting western limits of settlement along Piscataway Creek. In 1680 he was appointed Post for Charles County. He received a 75-acre grant in 1681 next to the lands of Edmond Lyndsey and Ralph Shaw, called "Eltham". In 1687 he purchased 300 acres from Edmond Lindsey called "May Day", and in 1688
he purchased "Tatshall" from Cornelius Maddock and his wife, as well as 110 acres called "Park Hall." In 1694, James received a warrant for 1000 acres, which he called "Batchelor's Hope". In 1696 he received 400 acres, called "Bayne". He was involved in the Orange Rebellion in 1688 and 1689, and many times acted as liaison with the Indians. From 1692 until his death, he represented Charles County in the Maryland Assembly.
In 1704, Colonel Smallwood visited Conoy Island at Point of Rocks in the Potomac River, reported that he had been informed of a "great Mortality" among the Indians there, which was supposed to be due to an epidemic of small-pox. He had lived more or less among the native Indians, trading with them and acquiring their language and confidence. Soon he became an intermediary between them and the Proprietary Government. In 1692 he was chosen as assemblyman for Charles County. During the session he became a member of several of the committees of importance, notably those on credentials, addresses and the introduction of new members to the Upper House. He introduced in the Lower House, a bill for the "establishment of the Protestant religion into the Colony." He was a firm believer in free schools and became a considerable contributor to their support.

From Maryland genealogies:
An indication of Hester's family name may be found in the following record: Apr. 18, 1677. James Smallwood, Charles County, showed the judge that John Evans, "his brother" of said county, dec'd had died intestate and prayed that the goods and chattels of said dec'd be committed to him. (test. proc. lib. 9, fo. 59) The inventory indicated an unmarried man. No wife appears in the records of the settlement. The probability becomes strong that John Evans was a brother of James's wife Hester. On May 19, 1651 one John Nicholls of Charles County made gift of a cow to John Evans, son of William Evans, dec'd, whose widow John Nicholls had married. If William Evans brought wife and two children, John and Hester, to the province in 1650 and died before May 19, 1651 he would have had slight opportunity for taking up land, and while the process seems irregular, James Smallwood in 1666 might be allowed to take land for Hester's importation which no one had yet claimed.
Hester was the mother of James's eleven children. She was still living on Aug. 9, 1692 on which date James Smallwood and Hester, his wife, sued Thomas Fowlkes for slander. (La Plata, Lib. R. No. 1, fol. 456) She apparently died before Mch. 20, 1693 as she was not mentioned in her son John's will. Maj. James Smallwood in January and May, 1695 was the admr. of Robert Thompson, Jr. dec'd, having intermarried Mary, relict of the dec'd.
Col. James Smallwood's will dated Sept. 16, 1712, prob. in Charles County, Jan. 12, 1714/15. His wife Mary was names as extx. He names children James, Thomas, Prier, and Leadstone Smallwood, and Mary Tayler and Sarah More. Aside from these children Col. James had five other sons, three and probably four of whom had predeceased him. A fifth son was for some reason not named though he lived until 1737.

Back to Main Page

Luckett Sarah Hines [Female] d. AFT 1738 Charles Co. Maryland

Samuel Luckett is probably not Sarah's father. Unless he was married earlier and Elizabeth is his second wife. There is not much good information about Sarah.

Back to Main Page

Luckett Samuel [Male] b. 1650 Kent, England - d. 18 JUL 1705 Charles Co. MD

Newman's "The Lucketts of Portobacco" (1938) states that the surname Luckett comes from the name Luke. Luckett is said to be of Norman-French origin, and legend tells that one Locard went to England with William the Conqueror in 1066. The most common derivatives of the name are Luckett and Lockett, both surnames that were common in Kent, England as early as the 1530s.

Marcelle D. Hoskins's "Samuel Luckett of Maryland: Some of His Descendants" (1990), which is lifted largely from "The Lucketts of Portobacco" by Harry W. Newman (Washington, 1938), contains the following:
"The first record of our immigrant ancestor, Samuel Luckett, which we have found, dates 1678, when he received 830 pounds of tobacco for his participation in the Nanticoke War. Man power was not conscripted for this war and we surmise that only young, adventurous men served. This would provide a basis for estimating Samuel's age; therefore, an estimate might place his birth about the year 1650. No ship's passenger list has been located which shows Samuel's arrival in this country.
No record has been found telling us that Samuel Luckett applied for his 50 acres of land which was due each settler upon declaring his intent to make his home in Maryland. An assumption could be that he paid his own way to Maryland. Newman has suggested that Samuel may have been sent by his father to promote the family business in London and/or Bristol.
In March 1684, at Port Tobacco, Maryland, Samuel witnessed the will of his neighbor, Colonel William Chandler, an early and wealthy planter, who had migrated from Virginia. In August of that same year, he purchased from William Smoot of Wicomico, for 5000 pounds of tobacco, the tract of land 'Johnson's Royke', formerly laid out for George Goodrick.
Samuel Luckett was married to Elizabeth Hussey, widow of John Gardiner, ca 1684. On 24 Nevember 1683, she had been granted letters of adminstration on the estate of her deceased husband. At the Perogative Court held in Charles County, Maryland, during 1684, '...appeared Samuel Luckett of Charles County who intermarried with the relict and administrator of John Gardiner and showeth that he never intermarried with goods...'
..."Among the records in the Archives of Maryland can be found many land transactions attributed to Samuel Luckett. In the year 1696, the record shows that he was a member of the Provincial Court and signed a petition to the King of England [William III] as a civil officer of Charles County. This would establish him as member of the Church of England since beginning with the reign of William and Mary, all members of the Catholic faith were barred from holding office.
At the time of Samuel Luckett's death he owned at least 1100 acres of land which were willed to his three oldest sons, Samuel, Thomas, and Ignatius, and his wife; he gave Elizabeth a tract of land called 'Smoot's Chance', and to the youngest son, Thomas Hussey, who had become the beneficiary of his grandfather Hussey, he gave Personalty. The residue of his estate was bequeathed to his wife and children which included 'money due to me in England and elsewhere...'"

Samuel Luckett's Will:
"In the name of God, Amen. I, Samuel Luckett of Charles County in the province of Maryland, being very weak in body but in perfect sense of sound mind disposeing memory, do make this my last will and testament in manner and forme following, herby revoking and annulling all former wills by me heretofore made.
First, I bequeath my soul to God that give it trusting in the alone merits of my blessed Saviour and Redeemer Jesus Christ for full and free pardon of all my sins, my body to the earth from whence it came to have a decent and Christian burial at the discretion of my executors hereafter named. Imprimis. I will that what debts oweing from me by law or convenience be lawfully answered and paid.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my loving wife one tract of parcel of land situate in Port Tobacco commonly known by the name Smoot's Chance with all house and appurtenances thereunto belonging containing one hundred and fifty acres more or less and an old negro called Hercules, a negro boy called Peter, a negro girl called Betty.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my eldest son Samuel Luckett one tract or parcel of land commonly known by the name of Hussey's Discovery containing two hundred acres more or less. I likewise give him, the said Samuel, a negro woman named Jenny aged twenty or there abouts, two feather beds, two blanketts, one rugg or quilt, one boulster, two pillows, six cows, six sows, and one boar, and an equal part of the moneys due me in England or elsewhere with what other movables not mentioned, my loving wife's thirds being first deducted.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas one parcel or tract of land situate and lying near a place called Quantiquott containing five hundred acres more or less, likewise, a negro man called Marke aged thirty odd, two feather beds, two blanketts, one rugg and quilt, one boulster, two pillows, six cows, six sows and one boar, and an equal part of the moneys due me in England or elsewhere with what other movables not mentioned, my loving wife's thirds first being deducted.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Ignatius one parcel or tract of land containing one hundred acres more or less commonly known by the name Thompson's Square, two negro women called Margaret and Ann, two feather beds, two blanketts, one rugg or quilt, one boulster, two pillows, six cows, six sows and one boar, and an equal part of the moneys due to me in England or elsewhere with what other moveables not mentioned, my loving wife's thirds being first deducted.
Item. I give and bequeath to my youngest son Thomas Hussey Luckett a negro man named Jack and a negro woman, his wife, called Sarah, two feather beds, two blanketts, one rugg or quilt, one boulster, two pillows, six cows, six sows and one boar, and an equal part of the moneys due to me in England or elsewhere with what other moveables not mentioned, my loving wife's third being first deducted.
Item. My intent is and I bequeath to every(one) of those to whome I given any female negroes to have not only them but their increase to them and their heirs forever.
Item. In case many of my sons before mentioned shall die before they or any of them respectively shall either arrive to sufficient age or one and twenty, or dye without lawful issue then their and every part of their respective descendants to be equally divided amongst the survivors.
Item. To my before mentioned son Samuel I give and bequeath one tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and fifity acres lying and being adjacent to the land formerly known to be Capt. Jonas Fendall's and now adjoining to the widdow Elizabeth Hawkins.
Lastly I do herby constitute and appoint my dear and loving wife and my eldest son Samuel Luckett to be my joint executors for the executing of my last will and testament and nothing to be done unless jointly consented to by both parties. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-fifth day of March Anno Domini one thousand and seven hundred and five.
Samuel (his mark) Luckett
Witnesses: Phillip Briscoe, Joseph Venom, Michl Waterer

The inventory of Samuel's estate was appraised Aug. 23, 1705 by Capt. Phillip Briscoe and Michl Martin. This appraisal also names Samuel's date of death as April 23, 1705. It is a very large estate worth over 500 Pounds. Included in the appraisal are 7 negro slaves and 8 white or mulatto indentured servants, all valued at 253 Pounds.
The Roby (Robey) records show Sarah Hines Luckett as daughter of Samuel Luckett. What proof?

Back to Main Page

Barfield Richard [Male] b. ABT 1662 Nansemond Co. Virginia - d. 1759 Duplin Co., North Carolina

In his will dated 1759, Richard Barfield lists children Henry, Jesse, LeBeth, Cattren, An, and Solomon.
The will was registered in Duplin Co. NC.

Back to Main Page

This HTML database was produced by a registered copy of GED4WEB icon (web page link)GED4WEB version 4.41

Back to Top Of Page

Back to Main Page

Copyright 2021 Patricia Renton