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Sherwood Jabez [Male] b. 28 DEC 1719 Rye, Westchester, NY - d. 15 MAR 1788 Greenwich, Conn.

Will of Capt. Jabez Sherwood, late of Greenwich, dated August 16, 1775, probated April 1, 1788, mentions his wife Hannah, and children Jabez, Daniel, Susannah, Elizabeth wife of Daniel Lyon, Rebecca, wife of Daniel Merritt, Ruth, wife of Shubel Kniffen, Hannah, wife of Samuel Peck, Jr., and MARY, WIFE of ISAAC FERRIS.
Executors, his son Jabez and son-in-law Samuel Peck, Jr.
Witnesses James Phillips, Solomon Wright and Daniel Lewis.
Jabez Sherwood refused to qualify, and letters were issued to Samuel Peck, Jr. page 150.
Inventory taken Feb 16, 1785, by John Mead and Joseph Wilson, and filed June 25, 1785, Page 55.
Additional inventory and account filed July 1, 1788, page 156.

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Sherwood Nathaniel [Male] b. ABT 1669 Rye, Westchester, NY - d. MAR 1731 Rye, Westchester, NY

WILL OF NATHANIEL SHERWOOD;
In the name of God, Amen, January 5, 1732. I, Nathaniel Sherwood, of Rye, in Weschester County, being very sick. I leave to wife Abigail, 1/3 of my estate, and ??8 in money towards the maintenance of my daughter Sarah. I leave to my son Nathaniel, 25 shillings. To my son Nehemiah, 30 shillings. To my son Stephen, ??6. To my daughter Rebecca, 5 shillings. To my grand-daughter Elizabeth Sherwood, 10, when eighteen. All the rest of estate to be sold at the discretion of my executors, and divided among my 5 youngest children, JABEZ, Silas, Abigail, Mary and Sarah. I make my wife Abigail, and my trusty friend, Joseph Steward, executors.
Witnesses, Samuel Brown, Thomas Lyons, William Robinson.
Proved, March 20, 1732/3.

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Burr Abigail [Female] b. ABT 1685

Abigail's maiden name was taken from several postings on Ancestry.com. No proof offered.

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Sherwood Stephen [Male] b. ABT 1642 Fairfield, CT - d. 1715 Rye, Westchester, NY

Stephen Sherwood was among the first 27 landowners of Greenwich, according to Greenwich Town Records. On Jun 25, 1696, as a resident of Rye, NY, he confirmed the sale of the Mill at the Mianus River to Dr. John Butler (town Record of Greenwich, Series I, part 2, p 759, and part 1, p 63. On March 16, 1674, the 27 landowners at Greenwich, CT, were: John Asten, John Bowers, Walter Butler, Thomas Close, James Ferris, Joseph Ferris, Angell Huested, William Hubbert, John Hubble, Samuel Jankeno (?), Joshua Knapp, Gersham Lockwood, Jonathan Lockwood, John Marshall, John Mead, Joseph Mead, Ephraim Palmer, John Palmer, Jeremiah Peck, Samuel Peck, William Ratleff, John Reynolds, Jonathan Reynolds, William Rundle, STEPHEN SHERWOOD, Daniel Smith, Joseph Finch.

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Ferris Ebenezer [Male] b. 1735 Greenwich, Conn. - d. 09 JAN 1824 Stamford, Conn.

No known children.

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Crawford Elizabeth [Female] b. ABT 1805 North Carolina - d. 31 MAR 1868 Tennessee

findagrave:
Burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Carroll Co. TN.
Elizabeth Crawford Brown
Birth: <1803>
North Carolina, USA
Death: March 31, 1868
says wife of Leonard Brown
(also note says "maiden name unknown )??

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Brown Charles Grantville [Male] b. 13 JAN 1845 Tennessee - d. 17 FEB 1905 Arkansas

1870 Henderson Co. TN census:
living next door to Leonard Brown
Charles G Brown......24.....TN
Sarah Brown.......... 24......TN

1880 Henderson Co. TN. census:
living next door to Leonard Brown:
C G Brown...........33...........TN
Salley Brown.........31..........TN
Twigs Brown.......... 9..........TN.... daughter
Nenner (?) Brown.......... 7..........TN..... daughter
Callie Brown..........5..........TN...... daughter
Fred Brown..........3...........TN...... son
Beth (?) Brown......... 1......TN...... daughter

1900 Yell, AR census:
C. G. Brown.........Jan 1845.....55.....TN
Sarah Brown.......Sept. 1846.....54.....TN.....had 9 children...8 are living
Connie Brown.....Nov 1874.....25.....TN
Bertha Brown.....Jul.....1878.....21.....TN
Ortho Brown....Jun....1882.....17.....AR
Beulah Brown.....April 1884.....16.....AR
Wade L Brown....Jan 1887....13....AR

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Brown Gideon Twiggs [Male] b. 31 DEC 1851 Tennessee - d. 01 APR 1939 Arkansas

1880 Pope Co. AR. census:
Gideon T Brown..........28........TN.........Farmer
Sarah A Brown........26.........AR
Etta M Brown........ 6...........AR
Bessie Brown....... 2............AR

1900 Pope Co. AR. census:
G Twiggs Brown............Dec 1851........48.........TN.........Superintendent of pauper's home **
Salley (?) A Brown ...........Jan 1854....... 46.......AR
Bessie Brown.............May 1878..........22..........AR
Joe H Brown.............Dec 1881..........18.........AR
Salemima Brown............Jan 1893........ 7........AR
** lists many "inmates"

1910 Pope Co. Ark. census:
Gideon T Brown......57......... Still Superintendent of pauper's home
Sarah Brown........... 56.......... Matron
also lists many inmates

in 1920 G T Brown is living with daughter Etta Falls - Pope Co. Ark.

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Lenoir Thomas [Male] b. 05 MAY 1700 Long Island, NY - d. 14 MAY 1765 St. Mary's Parish, NC

The City and county of Lenoir, N.C. were named for Thomas' son General William Lenoir, who was the hero of the battle of Kings Mountain during the revolutionary War.

Some sources say Thomas married Mourning in Ireland where he had fled to escape Huguenot persecution in France & they emigrated to Edgecombe Co., NC. This, however has never been confirmed. A key Lenoir ref: "Echoes of Happy Valley" by Thomas Felix Hickerson. FHC says b. NYC.

The Will of Thomas Lenoir, made in 1765, and recorded in Book A, Edgecombe County records, pages 147-149, with original spelling preserved:
"In the name of God, Amen, the fourteenth day of May, 1765. I, Thomas Lenoir, of the County of Edgecombe in the Parish of St. Mary's in the province of North Carolina, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect sence and memory, thanks be given unto God, therefore caling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament, that is to say, Princippally and first of all I give and recommend my Soul into the hand of Almighty God that gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth to be decently buried in a decent Christian burial without any superfluity at the discretion of my Excrs. hereafter nominated, nothing doubting but at the general Resurrection, I shall receive the same again by the mighty Power of God, and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased Almighty God to bless within this life, I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
In Prim, I Give and Bequeath unto my son Robert Lenoir One Shilling Sterling.
Item, I Give and Bequeath unto my Daughter Ann Westmoreland One Prayer Book.
Item. I Give and Bequeath unto my daughter Betty Lattemore One Prayer Book.
Furthermore my will and Desire is that all my land and lots in Tarburrow Town be sold and the money to be equally divided Between my five sons hereafter named.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Lenoir one fifth part of the money which my plantation and lots fetch.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac Lenoir one fifth part of the money which my Plantation and lots fetch.
Item. I lend unto my Loving Wife Mourning all my estate which is not heretofore mentioned, Both Real and Personal During her Natural Life by her to be Injoyd without any let or molestation and after her Deceas I Give as Followeth.
Item. I Give and Bequeath unto my son Lewis Lenoir one fifth part of the money which my Plantation and lots fetch to be paid to him when he come of age or lawful issue.
Item. I Give and Bequeath unto my son John Lenoir one fifth part of the money which my plantation and Lots fetch to be paid to him when he come of age or have lawful Issue.
Item. My Will and Desire is that if any thes four sons Beginning with Isaac should die before they come of age or marry that then their part to be Equally Divided between the fife sons Beginning at Thomas Lenoir and down, Robert Lenoir being excluded.
Item. My will and desire is that after the deceas of my love wife that all the Personal Estate which she leaves may be equally divided Between my Two Daughters to wit Leah Whitaker and Mary Perry.
Item. I do hereby constitute make and ordain my Loving Wife Mourning Lenoir and my Loving son Isaac my Executric and Excrs. of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby utterly dis-allow, Revoke and Disannull all and every former Testaments, Wils, Legacies and Bequest and Excrs. by me in anyways before named will and Bequathed. Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written. Sealed Published Pronounced and declared by the said Thomas Lenoir as his last Will and Testament In the presence of the subscribers.
Thomas Lenoir. (Seal)
James Atkinson
Joshua Pollard
Edgecombe July Court 1765
The last Will and Testament of Thomas Lenoir, Dec'd was exhibited on oath by the Excrs. and Proved by the Oaths of James Atkinson and Joshua Pollard two the Subscribing witnesses thereto, and at the same time the Excrs. were qualified according to Law, Ordered that the same be certified and the will be recorded.
Test.
James Hall, Clk. Court.

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James Ruby [Female] b. 11 JUN 1906 Oklahoma - d. 31 DEC 1989 Oklahoma

Social Security Death index:
Ruby M James, b. Jun 11, 1906, died Dec 31 1989 in Oklahoma.

She was probably divorced.

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Hamilton Millard Fillmore [Male] b. 26 DEC 1856 Tennessee - d. 05 MAR 1938 Tennessee

1900 Gibson Co. TN census:
Millard Hamilton.....Dec 1857......43.....TN
Addie Hamilton.....Mar 1861.....39.....TN
Stanley Hamilton......Dec 1890......9....TN
Velma Hamilton.....Apr 1892.....8.....TN
Glen Hamilton.....Mar 1895.....5.....TN
Dwite Hamilton.....Nov 1896.....3.....TN
Edith Hamilton......Dec 1898.....1.....TN

1910 Gibson Co. TN census:
Millard F Hamilton.....53.....TN
Addie J Hamilton.....49.....TN
Stanley Hamilton......19.....TN
Velma G Hamilton.....17.....TN
Henry G Hamilton.....15.....TN
Frances D Hamilton...13..TN...son
Edith L Hamilton......11.....TN
Mabel R Hamilton......9.....TN
Millard F Hamilton Jr......6....TN

1920 Gibson Co., TN census:
M. F. Hamilton....63....TN
Addie Hamilton....58....TN
Genn Hamilton....24....TN.....(Henry Glenn ?)
Edith Hamilton....21....TN
Mabel Hamilton....18 (?) TN
M. F. Hamilton, Jr......16....TN

1930 Gibson Co., TN census:
M F Hamilton Sr.....74......TN
Ada Hamilton......69.....TN
Mamie Hamilton......14.....TN....g.daughter
Mabel Hamilton......13.....TN.....g.daughter

1940 Gibson Co., TN census:
Addie Hamilton......79.....TN.....widow
Mable Hamilton......24.....TN....g.daughter

Rose Hill Cemetery, Gibson Co. TN
Same stone - Millard F Hamilton and Addie James Hamilton

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Vermillion Sally Vee [Female] b. 14 AUG 1890 Indian Territory - d. 1982 Oklahoma

1910 Wagoner Oklahoma census:
Romaless P Rogers 33 Alabama
Sallie Rogers 19 Oklahoma
Clark Rogers 8mo Oklahoma

1920 Wagoner Oklahoma census:
Romulues P Rogers 42 Alabama S. Carolina Alabama
Sallie Rogers 29 Oklahoma Missouri Tennessee
Clark Rogers 10 Oklahoma Missouri (?) Oklahoma
Ray Rogers 8 Oklahoma Alabama Oklahoma
Lynn Rogers 6 Oklahoma Alabama Oklahoma
John B Keathley 61 Tennessee N. Carolina Tennessee

1930 Wagoner Oklahoma census:
Sally V Rogers 39 Oklahoma Missouri Tennessee
Lynn F Rogers 17 Oklahoma Alabama Oklahoma

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Rogers Romulus Portius [Male] b. 02 MAY 1876 Wagoner, Ok - d. 21 DEC 1921

1910 Wagoner Co. BLUE MOUND township, OK. census:
(Next to Asa and Bessie Johnson)
Romalus P Rogers .......33......AL
Sallie Rogers........19.....OK
Clark Rogers.........8 mo......OK

1920 Wagoner Co, OK census:
Romulues P Rogers........42.....AL
Sallie Rogers........29.....OK
Clark Rogers......10.....OK
Ray Rogers.......8......OK
Lynn Rogers......6......OK

1930 Wagoner Co. OK census:
Sally V Rogers.......39......OK......widow
Lynn F Rogers......17......OK

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Rogers Craven Clark [Male] b. 17 JUL 1909 Oklahoma - d. 23 AUG 1977 San Antonio, TX

1940 Bossier Co. LA census:
Craven C Rogers.......30......OK
Agnes L Rogers......27......TX
Craven C Rogers......5......TX
Marke W Rogers.......3......TX

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Vaughter Lindsey [Male] b. 1808 Georgia - d. 1863 Georgia

1850 Elbert Co. GA census:
L Vautar....42........GA
M Vautar....38.......GA
J B Vautar....6.........GA
R J Vautar....4.......GA
F C Vautar....1.......GA (Female)

1860 Elbert Co. GA census:
Linsey Vauter......50......GA
Mary Vauter......46.....GA
J B G Vauter.......16.....GA
L F Vauter.......12.......GA .......(Female)
Thos. F Vauter.......10......GA
A. E. Vauter........8.......GA
R B Vauter........4........GA
notation: Linsey Vauter guar. of John's children

In the 1870 census, Mary is Head of Household

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Aderhold John Burton [Male] b. 20 JUN 1828 Georgia - d. 04 OCT 1906 Georgia

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Adams Absalom Quincy [Male] b. 26 JUL 1829 Georgia - d. 13 JUL 1907 Georgia

1860 Franklin Co. GA census:
Absolem Q Adams........30......GA
Frances Adams..........20.....GA
Samuel L Adams.......8 mo..... GA

He served in the Confederate Army.

1870 Franklin Co. GA census:
Absolum Adams.......51........GA
Frances J Adams......41.....GA
S L Adams.........20......GA
Marian B Adams.....17.....GA
William P Adams.....15.....GA
Mary J Adams......13......GA
Frances A Adams.....10.....GA
Sarah T Adams......8......GA
George A Adams.....6.....GA
Rosa J Adams........4......GA
Charles A Adams.....1.....GA
James E Adams......27.....GA.....nephew

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Dickson Jeptha [Male] b. 06 APR 1830 South Carolina - d. 22 NOV 1884 Georgia

He served in the Confederate Army.

1870 Franklin Co. GA census:
Jeptha Dickson.......40......SC
Mary E Dickson.....26....GA
Eliza J Dickson......3.....GA
Elizabeth Dickson.....6 months.....GA
Anna Pinson.....labor
Vina Sparks.....labor

1880 Franklin Co. GA census:
Jeptha Dickson......50.....SC
Mary E Dickson.....38.....GA
Eliza J Dickson.....13.....GA
Elizabeth C Dickson.....11.....GA
William W Dickson......7.....GA
Sarah Dickson......5.....GA

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King George L [Male] b. 26 JAN 1845 Georgia - d. 23 DEC 1917 Georgia

He served in the Confederate Army.

1900 Franklin Co. GA census:
G L King........Jan 1845........55......GA......married 33 years
Julia King......Jan 1845......55......GA......had 8 children, 8 are living
Cora King......Mar 1878......22......GA
Anderson King......Mar 1881......19.....GA
George King......Aug 1883......16.....GA
Eddie King.......Jan 1888......12......GA

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Mabry Memory Francis [Male] b. 29 DEC 1841 Georgia - d. 26 DEC 1915 Arkansas

1870 Franklin Co. GA census:
Memory Mabery.......25.......GA
Lucinda Mabery.......23......GA
Hiram Mabery......3......GA
James T Mabery......1.....GA
Ellen Payne.......48......GA

1880 Franklin Co. GA census:
Mem F Mabry.......38......GA
Lucinda A Mabry......32......GA
Hyram Mabry......12......GA
Cathren D Mabry......10......GA
James P Mabry......7......GA
Sara E Mabry......5......GA
John Mabry......3......GA
Robert Mabry......1......GA

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