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[NI5802] ID: I2574
Name: Late E. HOLLIS
Sex: F
Birth: 1882 in TN
Death: 1973
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetary, Sharon, TN

Father: Unknown HOLLIS
Mother: Mary L. wife of Unknown HOLLIS b: ABT 1854 in NC

Above from Patrick Murphy @ http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi -bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=plmurphy
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[NI5803] ID: I2664
Name: Effie Pearl HARKEY
Sex: F
Birth: MAY 1878 in Weakley Co, TN
Death: 1959 in Cabot, AR
Burial: Antioch, Arkansas
Note: Info on this family from Howard, Carrington and related families, Co ntact: David Howard

Father: William Albert HARKEY b: 28 JUN 1854 in Weakley Co, TN
Mother: Elizabeth Ann BUTLER b: 20 JUN 1855 in TN

Marriage 1 Martin Luther PICKENS b: AUG 1878 in Obion Co., TN
Children
Thelma PICKENS
Jesse PICKENS
Lester PICKENS
Dallas PICKENS
Wallace PICKENS
Living PICKENS
Living PICKENS

Above from Patrick Murphy @ http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi -bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=plmurphy
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[NI5805] ID: I2738
Name: Jesse L. HARKEY
Sex: M
Birth: AUG 1880 in Weakley Co, TN
Death: AFT 1903
Event: Census 1900 Weakley Co., TN Dist 19, Sheet 12A, Image 24/24
Note:
Friday, March 27, 1903 THE DRESDEN ENTERPRISE Dresden, Tennessee in "Sidon ia Items" reported: "Jess HARKEY who has been very feeble was able to atte nd preaching Sunday."

Living next door to Father in 1900

Above from Patrick Murphy @ http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi -bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=plmurphy
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[NI5813] Hi Jim:

Thanks for the note. I am very impressed with your website. I found some d etails there I was able to add to my data.

You have to go all the way back to Rueben Harkey's daughter Margaret Chris tina Harkey (1845-1930) to find my direct connection to the Harkey's. S he married Adam Mowery (1844-1928) and their daughter Vinia Ann Mowery
(1878-1916) married Luther Marlar (1881-1963) and had my maternal grandmot her Zula Mae Marlar (Hill).

Pat
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[NI5814] ID: I2294
Name: Obie Lee HILL
Sex: M
Birth: 11 NOV 1901 in Obion County, TN
Death: 19 SEP 1940 in Chicago, IL
Burial: 22 SEP 1940 Tansil Cemetery, Sharon, TN
Event: Census 1920 Rives, Obion Co, TN Dist 4, ED 117, Image 7 of 30
Note: In 1920, Obie and Zula (ages 18 and 17) were married but living in h ousehold of Obie's father Will Hill and next door to Zula's father Luth er Marlar.

Above from Patrick Murphy @ http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi -bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=plmurphy
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[NI5817] ID: I11534
Name: Daniel Rummage
Sex: M
Note: Note: Century Review of Maury Co, TN
Change Date: 24 APR 2001

Marriage 1 Susan (Susannah) Montgomery b: abt 1760? in Virginia
Married: 1 JUN 1797 in Washington Co, Virginia
Note: Washington Co., VA Marriage Register, 1782-1820
Children
Asa Rummage b: ABT 1802 in Tennessee
Martha Rummage b: ABT 1805 in Tennessee
William Rummage b: ABT 1806 in Tennessee
Samuel Rummage
James Rummage

Above from Gay Mathis @ http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o p=GET&db=lgmathis
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ID: I22781
Name: James Rummage
Given Name: James
Surname: Rummage
Sex: M
Birth: in ,TN
Death: 1837 in ,Carroll,TN
Change Date: 17 JAN 2002 at 14:46:09

Above from Barbara Cunningham @ http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op =GET&db=barbjo
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[NI5819] Humboldt,Tennessee Friday June16th,1916
LOCAL NEWS---Mrs.J.C.Givens was called here by the death of her
father,Mr.Winstead.
The remains of Mrs.Marshall were brought here Sunday from Gadsden
for burial in Oakwood Cemetery.
DEATH---W.T.WINSTEAD,who resided with his family on Fork Hill,was run
over and killed by the north bound local freight on the M.& O.railroad
while it was switching in the Yard Monday morning.He was 60 years of age
and is survived by his wife and six children.

Above from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/Register/humboldtcourier.htm
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[NI5820] Gibson County TN Deaths and Obituaries from the Humboldt Courier-Chroncl es 1921
Transcribed and submitted by Sarah Hutcherson
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OBITURIES FROM THE COURIER-CHRONICLE VOLUME XXIII-NO.16 THROUGH XXIII NO .51
FRIDAY ARPIL 22,1921 THROUGH FRIDAY DEC.23,1921 HUMBOLDT,TENNESSEE THE RE ARE
MISSING ISSUES IN THIS YEAR OF 1921 AND ENDS WITH THE DECEMBER 23RD,1921 I SSUE.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 14,1921

MRS.KATE NEWBERRY--died at the home of her daughter,Mrs.A.J.WINSTEAD Sunda y
morning after an illness of several weeks.The remains were laid to re st in Rose
Hill Cemetery Monday morning after funeral services at the Sacred Heart
Church,Father Charles C.REID officiating.She was the mother of ten childre n,seven
of whom now survive her.She had made Union City her home until a short tim e
ago,when she came to live with her daughter.She was a member of the Cathol ic
Church and in her 78th year at the time of her death.
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Above from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/OBITS/courier1921.txt
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[NI5821] Gibson County TN Deaths and Obituaries from the Humboldt Courier-Chroncl es 1921
Transcribed and submitted by Sarah Hutcherson
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OBITURIES FROM THE COURIER-CHRONICLE VOLUME XXIII-NO.16 THROUGH XXIII NO .51
FRIDAY ARPIL 22,1921 THROUGH FRIDAY DEC.23,1921 HUMBOLDT,TENNESSEE THE RE ARE
MISSING ISSUES IN THIS YEAR OF 1921 AND ENDS WITH THE DECEMBER 23RD,1921 I SSUE.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 14,1921

MRS.KATE NEWBERRY--died at the home of her daughter,Mrs.A.J.WINSTEAD Sunda y
morning after an illness of several weeks.The remains were laid to re st in Rose
Hill Cemetery Monday morning after funeral services at the Sacred Heart
Church,Father Charles C.REID officiating.She was the mother of ten childre n,seven
of whom now survive her.She had made Union City her home until a short tim e
ago,when she came to live with her daughter.She was a member of the Cathol ic
Church and in her 78th year at the time of her death.
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Above from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/OBITS/courier1921.txt
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[NI5825] p. 61 from "With the Colors"

Gibson County Men Who Entered Service (cont'd)

Winstead G. R.

Above from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/COLORS/colors61.htm
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[NI5826] Humboldt,Tennessee Friday June16th,1916
LOCAL NEWS---Mrs.J.C.Givens was called here by the death of her
father,Mr.Winstead.
The remains of Mrs.Marshall were brought here Sunday from Gadsden
for burial in Oakwood Cemetery.
DEATH---W.T.WINSTEAD,who resided with his family on Fork Hill,was run
over and killed by the north bound local freight on the M.& O.railroad
while it was switching in the Yard Monday morning.He was 60 years of age
and is survived by his wife and six children.

Above from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/Register/humboldtcourier.htm
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[NI5828] The Jackson Sun, Jackson, Tennessee, Monday, July 7, 1980

Charles S. Winstead
Services for Charles S. Winstead, 79, former area resident, wi ll be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Main Street Chapel of George A. Smith a nd Sons with Dr. Jack Henton officiating. Burial will be in Highland Memor ial Gardens.

Mr. Winstead died Sunday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis after a long illne ss.

A native of Erin, he had lived most of his life in the Jackson area unt il he moved to Memphis four years ago. He was a civil engineer for the Ten nessee Highway Department for 48 years and retired in 1966 as resident eng ineer for 26 West Tennessee counties.

He received a citation from former Secretary of War Harry L. Stinson for h is contribution to the Oak Ridge project and other war-related installatio ns.

He was a Methodist.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ollie Taylor Winstead; a stepson, W. J. Dani el of Little Rock, Ark.; a step daughter, Mrs. Virginia McCullar of Memphi s; and a sister, Mrs. Lorine Winstead Roberts of Jackson.

Pallbearers wil be Robert Rainwater, Glenn Gibson, Charles Regan, Chest er Ray Taylor, Charlie Aldridge and James Terry Taylor.

[NI5850] The Jackson Sun, Jackson, Tennessee, Monday May 25, 1981

Mrs. Ollie M. Winstead

Services for Mrs Ollie M. Winstead, 81, wil be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesd ay at George A. Smith and Sons' South Chapel with the Rev. John Deal offic iating. Burial will b ein Highland Memorial Gardens.

Mrs. Winstead, widow of Charles S. Winstead, died this morning at Bapti st memorial Hospital in Memphis after a long illness.

She was born in Hardeman County.

Mrs. Winstead, a former Jacksonian, had been living since her illness wi th her daughter, Mrs. Virginia d. McCullar of Memphis.

She was a member of Lesters Chapel United Methodist Church.

Besides her daughter, she leaves a son, William J. Daniel Jr. of baton Rou ge, La.; three sisters, Mrs. Ada Short, Mrs. Bertha Ragan and Mrs. Vern ez Ivy, all of Jackson; a brother, Allford Taylor of Jackson; nine grandch ildren and 13 great-grandchrildren.

[NI5859] Email 13 April 2003
Re: John Boyd Carne and John Boyd Carne, Jr

I married Jean Carne, John Boyd Carne's daughter. We visited her grandfath er's grave at Trenton and were pleased with the Air Corps monument there ( he died of the flu on his way home from training at Fort Sam Houston duri ng WWI). Her dad, a major during WWII and after that an electrical engine er and consultant with the Rand Corporation, died in a home electrical acc ident back in the late '80s.

John Boyd Carne's wife Jean Benson Carne died December 18, 2002, missing J ack to the end. She was the most wonderful woman I have ever met. The Carn e's had another daughter, Jeanie Carne Ford in Richmond, WA.

Regards,

Wes Carter, Major USAF Ret
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[NI5961] District 9 Page 151 Dresden Post Office - W. B. F. Gibbs, Asst. Marsha ll - August 10th

Page 151
151 129 129 WAMBLE JEFF 30 M W FARMER R600 P700 TN V
151 129 129 WAMBLE ELIZABETH E 23 F W KEEPS HOUSE TN NR NW
151 129 129 WAMBLE MARY E 2 F W TN
151 129 129 WAMBLE MAISY 2/12JUN F W line thru, born after June 1st? TN

http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnweakle/1870_page151.htm
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[NI5964] Per Marguerite Harrison, "Irma was a Mason. Sister Mary married an Engler t. Mary moved in with Irma after Jim Died. Mary had two children while J im and Irma had none."

[NI5982] 1880 US Census:

Census Place:District 11, Madison, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255270 National Archives Film T9-1270 Page 25 0C
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Mathew WATSONSelfMMW39TN
Occ:FarmingFa: SCMo: SC
Elizabeth WATSONWifeFMW37NC
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: NCMo: NC
James WATSONSonMSW13TN
Occ:Works On FarmFa: TNMo: NC
Elnora WATSONDauFSW12TN
Fa: TNMo: NC
Lilian WATSONDauFSW6TN
Fa: TNMo: NC
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Census Place:District 11, Madison, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255270 National Archives Film T9-1270 Page 25 0C
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Mathew WATSONSelfMMW39TN
Occ:FarmingFa: SCMo: SC
Elizabeth WATSONWifeFMW37NC
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: NCMo: NC
James WATSONSonMSW13TN
Occ:Works On FarmFa: TNMo: NC
Elnora WATSONDauFSW12TN
Fa: TNMo: NC
Lilian WATSONDauFSW6TN
Fa: TNMo: NC

[NI5983] 1880 US Census:

Census Place:District 11, Madison, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255270 National Archives Film T9-1270 Page 25 0C
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Mathew WATSONSelfMMW39TN
Occ:FarmingFa: SCMo: SC
Elizabeth WATSONWifeFMW37NC
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: NCMo: NC
James WATSONSonMSW13TN
Occ:Works On FarmFa: TNMo: NC
Elnora WATSONDauFSW12TN
Fa: TNMo: NC
Lilian WATSONDauFSW6TN
Fa: TNMo: NC
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[NI6001] From http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1094573&i d=I226http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1094573&id=I226

Note:
Sgt. in Turner's Co., 3rd Regiment, Col. Jethro Sumner, NC ContinentalLine
Discharged Oct. 1780
1
PROP: Rented 360 acres for 99 years for $15. 20 JUL 1810 York Co., SC
Note:
1810 census says "living within the Indian Lands" Matthew and hisheirs p ay $15 lease money for 360 acres for 99 years, July 20, 1810.July 1819 Jo hn Goodrich paid rent for 145 acres and William Goodrichpaid rent for 2 15 acres.
Surveyors Plat Book and Indian Commissioners Rent Book. York Co, SC
2
Census: 1786 Warren Co, NC
Note:
Mathias Goodrich: 1 white male 21-60
1 white female under 21
3 white females, all ages no slaves

1786 Warren Co, NC. Capt John Weathers' Dist,
NC State Census 1784-1787, by Register p. 1
2
Event: Power of Attorney to Randolph Cheek concerning soldier's pay Leg.Re f. 1792 Mecklenburg Co (Later York Co) ,NC 2
Event: Estate Sale Bill Leg.Ref. 28 OCT 1813 York Co., SC
Note:
Estate sale bill for Matthew Goodrich, 28 Oct, 1813, shows $3483.42.The re were five slaves sold. Settlement papers- 18161820 shows 6legatees ea ch entitled to $2,488.35. The legatees were ElizabethWeathers; Mary Jackso n; William Goodrich, John Goodrich; _______Goodrich, wife of James Bobbit t; Silas Cheek Goodrich and NancyGoodrich. Nancy was given a lump settleme nt- she was probably thesecond wife of Mathew. There was no issue from t he second marriage.
Case 57, file 2555 and Case 20, file 829 York Co, SC
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[NI6003] From http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1094573&i d=I227

Note:
Will of William Cheek
In the name of God amen, This fourteenth day of October one thousandsev en hundred and ninety seven. I William Cheek of Warren County andsta te of N Carolina: Being mindfull(sic) of the mortality of my bodydo consti tute and ordain this my last will and testament. In the firstplace I do re commend my soul into the hands of almighty God hoping andbelieving th at he will raise it up at the last day and reunite bothbody and soul aga in at the general resurrection as for my worldlygoods I shall dispose of t hem in the following manner to wit:
Item: I lend to my loving wife Sarah Cheek during life or widowhoodfour ne groes(sic) to wit Harry, ???, Hannah and ???? one horse calledSauny one fe ather bed and furniture four cows and calves all thisduring life or widowh ood.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son John Cheek four hundred acres ofland w hereon he now lives and one negroe(sic) named Sam to him and hisheirs f or ever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Randolph Cheek four hundred acresof la nd whereon he now lives and two negroes(sic) to wit Arthur & Edywhi ch he is now possest(sic) of to him and his heirs.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Smith one negroe(sic)woman n amed Agge and her increase and at her death for the and herincrea se to be equally divided between all the children she has byJohn Smith.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Silas Cheek three negroes(sic) towi t- Brunswick,Peter & Lucy all which he is now possest with to himand his h eirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeath to my Daughter Martha Smart threenegroes(si c) to wit: Grace darkess & Solomon to her and her heirswhich she has by Fr ancis Smart and to be equally divided at her death.
Item: I give and bequeath to my Daughter Phebe Goodrich twonegroes(si c) to wit Sarah and Major to her during life and after herdeath to be equa lly divided amongst all the children she has byMatthew Goodrich with ?? ?? increase.
Item: I give and bequeath to my Son Robert Tynes Cheek the plantationwhere on I now live on both sides of the creek only my wife is to haveher li fe or widowhood in the said land also twenty one negroes(sic)with tho se I lent to my wife during her life or widowhood but she isnot to have po ssession of them until all my debts is paid and it is tobe observed that t wo old women to wit: Silva and Easter is to havethere choice to live wi th who they please in the family after mydeath. The other Negroes I gi ve to my son Robert Tynes Cheek Namly:Harry Luvey Jacob Kitt Dick James Fa nny Hannah Captain
Vice Rachel Little Berry Linder David Pud Phillip Brunswick PollyKinchen
General Sumpter Kinny all which twenty one negroes(sic). I give to myson R obert Tynes Cheek also all my stock of heifer cattle and hogswith all my h ousehold & kitchen furniture also my still but my otherchildren livi ng to have the use still their own liquor in all which Igive to him and h is heirs forever.
Item: I do constitute and appoint my wife Sarah Cheek and my sonRobert Tyn es Cheek my whole and sole executors to this my last willand testament giv en under my hand and seal the day and year firstabove written.
Signed in the presence of:
Jesse Person
Amy Person

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[NI6016] Madison County 1860 Mortality Schedule:

Page 365, Districts #10, #11
Name Age Sex Marital Status Nativity Month of Death Cau se of Death
Wm. B. Watson 54 M M S.C. Mar ch Groseplien
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[NI6025] 1880 Federal Census

Census Place:District 11, Madison, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255270 National Archives Film T9-1270 Page 24 3A
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
James WATSONSelfMMW35TN
Occ:FarmingFa: NCMo: NC
Nancy WATSONWifeFMW30TN
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: TNMo: TN
Tennie WATSONDauFSW10TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Elza WATSONDauFSW8TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Addie WATSONDauFSW6TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Emma WATSONDauFSW5TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Arty WATSONDauFSW10MTN
Fa: TNMo: TN
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[NI6027] Aunt Thelma was a Christian Scientist according to Lyda Rone who often spo ke of her.

[NI6050] "The Justice of the Peace that performed the marriage ceremony between Wil liam A. Fly and Martha E. Hale on November 14, 1860 was Jacob Mathis"

Richard Holt's "Photographs of the Hale Family...", pp. 6-7
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[NI6066] Mrs. Daisy Rone Harlan, widow of Allan B. Harlan, died early Sunday morni ng at the Maury County Hospital following a short illness.

Services are to be conducted Tuesday morning at 10:30 a. m. at the Oakes a nd Nichols Funeral Home by the Rev. Fred Blankingship, pastor of the Fir st Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Rose Hill Cemetery.

A native of Spring Creek, Tenn., she was the daughter of the late Jo hn T. and Jane Blackman Rone. Before Mr. Harlan's death in 1926, she and M r. Harlan operated the Harlan Farm, "Shipwith Place," a prominent landma rk on the Williamsport Pike.

For several years she was connected with Peabody College in Nashvill e. In 1932, she made her home with her sister, Mrs. P. H. Mangrem, on h te Nashville Pike until her shister's death in 1962. Since then, she has l ived at the Randall Hotel.

Before her retirement, she was active in civic and church affairs. She w as a member of the First Methodist Church, and had served in the Maury Cou nty Garden Club and the Columbia Auxiliary of the Polk Memorial Associatio n. She was a well known horticulturist and an outdoor enthusiast.

Survivors include her brother, Houston Rone, Oakfield, Tenn.; three niece s, ; Mrs. Everhart Cunningham, Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Hugh N. Carne, Dyer, Ten n., and Mrs. Lewis F. Forsyth, Humboldt, Tenn.; three great - nephews, Wil liam E. Cunnigham Jr., Dallas, Texas, and Dr. Robert P. Cunningham and Jos eph Chapman Cunningham, both of Atlanta, Ga.

Obituary, Daisy Rone Harlan - Daily Herald, Columbia TN, Oct 26, 1964
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[NI6067] Mrs. J. T. M'cutcheon (sic) of Jackson is dead

Rites today for Episcopal lay leader

From the Commercial Appeal
Jackson, Tenn., Bureau

Jackson, Tenn., Feb. 19 -- Mrs. Lyda Rone McCutchen died Sunday at the Jac kson General Hospital.

Mrs. McCutchen was a lifelong Madison Countian and was an Episcopalian. S he a lay leader in the church and was active in civil affairs.

Services will be held at St. Lukes Episcopal church at 3 Monday afternoo n. The Rev. Frank N. Butler will officiate. Burial will be in Hollywood C emetery with Griffin Funeral Home in charge.

She leaves her husband, J. T. McCutchen, real estate and insurance ma n; a brother, Houston D. Rone of Jackson; two sisters, Mrs. P. H. Mangr um and Mrs. A. B. Harlan of Columbia, Tenn.

Commercial Appeal Obituary Feb 19, year unknown
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[NI6070] Mrs. P. H. Mangrem, Madison Native Dies in Columbia

Mrs. Jennie Seay Rone Mangrem, native of Madison County, but for many yea rs a resident of Columbia, Tenn., died in the Maury County Hospital in th at city Sunday morning at an advanced age.

She was the widow of Dr. Partee Harris Mangrem, prominent physician, plant er and landowner who died in 1932.

Mrs. Mangrem was born near Spring Creek, this county, was educated in t he county schools and attended the Memphis Conference Female Institute, pr edecessor of Lambuth College. She taught school in Maury County before h er marriage.

Mrs. Mangrem took a prominent part in the life of Columbia and Maury Coun ty for many years. She was active in the King's Daughters Hospital at Colu mbia.

She was a member of teh Maury County Garden Club, the James K. Polk Memori al Association, the Farm Bureau, the Rose Hill Endowment Association and h ad been active in the Tennessee TB Association, both on the local and sta te level.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Everhart Cunningham of Atlanta, a siste r, Mrs. Allan B. Harlan of Columbia, a brother, Houston Rone of Oakfiel d, this county, three grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Anoth er sister was the late Mrs. Tom McCutchen of Jackson.

Services were held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Oakes and Nichols Funeral Home a nd burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery in Maury County.

Mr. and Mrs. Rone left Sunday morning for Columbia.

Obituary, Mrs. P. H. Mangrem, assumed to have been in the Jackson Sun.
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[NI6072] 2511 Elizabeth COOK 44 F . . 620 SC
Margaret COOK 25 F . . . SC
Rosanna COOK 23 F . . . SC
James COOK 20 M . Farmer . SC
George COOK 17 M . Farmer . SC
William COOK 15 M . Farmer . SC
Josiah COOK 13 M . . . TN

GIBSON COUNTY TN 1850 CENSUS Civil District No. 12 Pages 299A-306B
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/fedl1850/dist_12.txt
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CENSUS YR: 1860 TERRITORY: TN COUNTY: Gibson DIVISION: Tuckervil le PAGE NO: 325b
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. RE AL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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8 1838 1840 Cook Elizabeth 56 F W 1 ,200 300 SC X
REMARKS: Married within the year
9 1838 1840 Cook Rosanna 30 F SC
10 1838 1840 Cook W. 25 M W Farm er 100 Tn
11 1838 1840 Cook Joscak 23 M W Labor er 60 Tn

3 1858 1881 Carnes J.T. 55 M W DR 8,940 5,000 SC X X
REMARKS: Has 3 att school
4 1858 1881 Carnes Nancy 55 F NC
5 1858 1881 Carnes Eliza 23 F Tn
6 1858 1881 Carnes May 20 F Tn
7 1858 1881 Carnes John 18 M Tn
8 1858 1881 Carnes Blarnd(?) 12 M Tn
9 1858 1881 Carnes Anne Bell 6 F Tn
10 1859 1882 Cook George 24 M W Farmer 627 SC
11 1859 1882 Cook Margrett 25 F Tn

District 12 - http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/1860/1860-dist12.tx t
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Gibson County Tennessee 1880 Census Dist. No. 12
MARIT AL FATHER MOTHER
PAGE# FAM# NAME RACE SEX AGE RELATION STATUS OCCUPATI ON POB POB POB
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# 119George COOK W M 47 M Farm er SC IRE SC
Margrett E. COOK W F 46 Wife M Keeping Ho use NC SC NC
Nancy E. COOK W F 19 D au S TN SC NC
James A. COOK W M 18 Son Work On Fa rm TN SC NC
Emma A. COOK W F 15 Dau At Scho ol TN SC NC
Margrett M. COOK W F 12 D au S TN SC NC
John C. COOK W M 10 S on TN SC NC
398 A Mitty A. COOK W F 7 Dau At Scho ol TN SC NC
Rosy E. COOK W F 4 D au TN SC NC
Wilson B. COOK W M 11moS on TN SC NC
# 120J. H. WALKER W M 25 M Farm er GA GA GA
Ida WALKER W F 22 Wife M Keeping Ho use TN TN TN
Lula E. WALKER W F 4 D au MO GA TN
James C. WALKER W M 2mo S on KY GA TN
# 121William COOK W M 46 M Farm er SC IRE SC
Martha E. COOK W F 45 Wife Keeping Ho use TN SC NC
Martha COOK W F 17 D au S TN SC TN
N. R. COOK W F 12 D au TN SC TN
Mary E. COOK W F 10 Dau At Scho ol TN SC TN
Matilda C. COOK W F 6 Dau At Scho ol TN SC TN
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/1880/1880-dist12.txt
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[NI6073] 2511 Elizabeth COOK 44 F . . 620 SC
Margaret COOK 25 F . . . SC
Rosanna COOK 23 F . . . SC
James COOK 20 M . Farmer . SC
George COOK 17 M . Farmer . SC
William COOK 15 M . Farmer . SC
Josiah COOK 13 M . . . TN

GIBSON COUNTY TN 1850 CENSUS Civil District No. 12 Pages 299A-306B
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/fedl1850/dist_12.txt
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CENSUS YR: 1860 TERRITORY: TN COUNTY: Gibson DIVISION: Tuckervil le PAGE NO: 325b
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. RE AL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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8 1838 1840 Cook Elizabeth 56 F W 1 ,200 300 SC X
REMARKS: Married within the year
9 1838 1840 Cook Rosanna 30 F SC
10 1838 1840 Cook W. 25 M W Farm er 100 Tn
11 1838 1840 Cook Joscak 23 M W Labor er 60 Tn
District 12 - http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/1860/1860-dist12.tx t
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Gibson County Tennessee 1880 Census Dist. No. 12
MARIT AL FATHER MOTHER
PAGE# FAM# NAME RACE SEX AGE RELATION STATUS OCCUPATI ON POB POB POB
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# 119George COOK W M 47 M Farm er SC IRE SC
Margrett E. COOK W F 46 Wife M Keeping Ho use NC SC NC
Nancy E. COOK W F 19 D au S TN SC NC
James A. COOK W M 18 Son Work On Fa rm TN SC NC
Emma A. COOK W F 15 Dau At Scho ol TN SC NC
Margrett M. COOK W F 12 D au S TN SC NC
John C. COOK W M 10 S on TN SC NC
398 A Mitty A. COOK W F 7 Dau At Scho ol TN SC NC
Rosy E. COOK W F 4 D au TN SC NC
Wilson B. COOK W M 11moS on TN SC NC
# 120J. H. WALKER W M 25 M Farm er GA GA GA
Ida WALKER W F 22 Wife M Keeping Ho use TN TN TN
Lula E. WALKER W F 4 D au MO GA TN
James C. WALKER W M 2mo S on KY GA TN
# 121William COOK W M 46 M Farm er SC IRE SC
Martha E. COOK W F 45 Wife Keeping Ho use TN SC NC
Martha COOK W F 17 D au S TN SC TN
N. R. COOK W F 12 D au TN SC TN
Mary E. COOK W F 10 Dau At Scho ol TN SC TN
Matilda C. COOK W F 6 Dau At Scho ol TN SC TN
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[NI6074] Gibson County Tennessee 1880 Census Dist. No. 12
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MARIT AL FATHER MOTHER
PAGE# FAM# NAME RACE SEX AGE RELATION STATUS OCCUPATI ON POB POB POB
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403 A # 211G. M. HOPKINS W M 49 M Farm er TN NC NC
M. J. HOPKINS W F 40 Wife M Keeping Ho use TN SC NC
G. D. HOPKINS W M 15 Son At Scho ol TN TN TN
Cassie HOPKINS W F 12 Dau At Scho ol TN TN TN
Linie HOPKINS W F 9 Dau At Scho ol TN TN TN
Lula HOPKINS W F 7 D au TN TN TN
Eva HOPKINS W F 2 D au TN TN TN

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[NI6080] Names from will[1811] and estate records of William Jackson of York Co ., SC
Wife-- Elizabeth Pettus Jackson
Sons- Lewis Elbert Jackson, William Pettus Jackson[born aft death of h is father]
Daughter- Rebecca Mariah Jackson -- m. Robert Tilghman
Executors of will-- Zebulon Jackson and William Pettus
Bond for estate by Zebulon Jackson, John Jackson and John Goodrich---

From Buddy Jackson email 7/19/2003
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[NI6083] Martha T. Guffey B.2 Aug 1810 in NC. M.16 August 1827,Jefferson Robinson;
eight children. D.12 Apr 1840, at 29 years, 4 months, 14 days.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6084] Elizabeth Robinson(9) B.2 Jul 1828, probably in Rowan County NC, first chi ld
of Jefferson Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey. Counted in Rowan County 183 0
census. Migrated in 1836 with family to Gibson County TN. Is believed to b e
the "Sis" mentioned in her brother's l854 letter from Texas in which he sa ys
she should marry "as soon as she gets a good chance," but not to marry Joe l
who "is too old to get married." M.1856, E. C. Rankin; three children. D.2 6
Oct 1890. Buried Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, YorkvilleTN. (FC 9.1)

From Phillip Robinson, "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6086] Thomas F. Robinson(9) B. about 1829, probably in Rowan CountyNC, second
child of Jefferson Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey. Counted inRowan Count y
1830 census. Migrated in 1836 with family to Gibson County TN.Family
records inconsistent on his middle initial, some showing it Jand some L, b ut
in an 1854 letter to the family from Texas he signed it ThomasF, as above.
Left home with $232 to seek fortune in Texas. According to hissurviving
letter raised cotton and corn in Smith County TX near MountCarmel. Planned
to strike it rich further west near Fort Worth. Drowned 23 Jul1855 while
crossing Trinity River near Fort Worth.

From Phillip Robinson, "Mattie Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6087] Sarah A. Robinson(9) B.7 Sep 1831 in NC, third child of Jefferson
Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey. Migrated in 1836 with family to Gibson
County. M. William Ashley (1828-1894). No Gibson County marriage record.
Name appears on many Gibson County deeds and wills, according to researche r
Louise Robinson Bonds. D. 5 Jan 1918. Buried Bethel Cemetery near Yorkvill e
TN.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
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[NI6091] Pleasant A. Robinson(9) B.10 Feb 1835, fifth child and second son of
Jefferson Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey. At 19 is believed to have
accompanied older brother Thomas to TX. D.1860 of typhoid fever in Millica n
TX.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattic C. Robinson Ancestors"
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[NI6092] James Henry Robinson(9) B.11 Nov 1836 in Gibson County TN, sixth child of
Jefferson Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey. M.1868, Mary Alice Ramsey; six
children. According to A.J. Vaughan's Personal History of the13th Regiment ,
published in 1897, James Henry's residence was in Trenton TN. D.1883.
Buried Union Cemetery, between Trenton and Bradford, Gibson County TN.
Research by Louise Robinson Bonds of Gibson County land records shows th at in
1916 heirs of James Henry Robinson deeded land to S.E. Reed. In 1953, othe r
land, believed to be the 110-acre parcel acquired by Jefferson Robinson in
1848, was sold to a Billy Davidson. With his brother William Jiles (WIP)
Robinson, James Henry Robinson was administrator of his father's estate.
Buried Union Cemetery, between Trenton and Bradford, Gibson County TN. ( FC 9.
6) James Henry Robinson is also known among his decendants as James Hender son
Robinson.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
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[NI6094] Dr. William Jiles (Wip) Robinson(9) B. 3 Sep 1836 in Gibson County TN,
seventh child and fourth son of Jefferson Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey .
His mother died when he was 3; he was raised by Elizabeth Trout who beca me his
stepmother when he was 4 years, 3 months. Joined Company D, 13th Regime nt TN
Infantry CSA 3 Jun 1861. The 13th was part of a division under the comma nd of
General B. F. Cheatham. After preliminary engagements in Missouri, the 13t h
was ordered to occupy Columbus KY, which it did on 6 Sep 1861. On 7 Nov,
federal troops advanced on both sides of the Mississippi River toward Colu mbus.
In its first battle, the 13th engaged the enemy near Belmont MO, was drive n
back to the river, reinforced and advanced, according to Col. A.J. Vaughan ,
driving the federals from their position and causing them to flee to their
gunboats. While federal losses at Belmont were heavy, 134 men of the 13th
were killed and wounded. Among the dead were five members of Company D; Wi p
Robinson was wounded. From his recouperation, Wip developed an interest in
and ultimately studied medicine, became a physician, and established a
practice in Eaton TN. There he met Jenny Carruthers Hill, oldest daught er of
the late Rev. Hugh Bone Hill of Smyrna, TN and Mary Walker Read Hill. They
were married in 1867 and had five children. In the 1870s Wip, with his
brother George Washington Robinson, was appointed administrator of his
father's estate. Jefferson Robinson died intestate in 1865, and the estate
division was delayed by postwar economic conditions and the need to provid e
for minor heirs. Wip died 6 Sep 1906, outliving his wife by about eight ye ars.
Buried Wilson Cemetery, Eaton TN.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6095] Manliff Rease Robinson(9) B.19 Mar 1840, Gibson County TN, eighth child an d
fifth son of Jefferson Robinson(8) and Martha T. Guffey. His mother died a
few weeks following his birth; he was raised by Elizabeth Trout, his
stepmother. By the time Rease was 14, seven babies were born to Jeffers on and
Elizabeth. Rease said later that this large family called itself "the prou d
fourteen." Rease's older brothers, Thomas and Pleasant, sought their fortu nes
in Texas where both died prior to outbreak of the Civil War. With brothers
Jim, Wip, and John, Rease enlisted 4 Jun 1861 as a private in Company D, 1 3th
Regiment, TN Infantry, Confederate Army. Younger brothers George and Polk
enlisted on reaching eighteenth birthdays. See Personal Record of the
Thirteenth Regiment by A. J. Vaughan. See The Life and Times of Guffey
Jefferson Robinson, A Memoir by Robert E. Robinson for text of letters by
Rease and brothers to their parents. Rease's brother Wip was wounded at th e
Battle of Belmont and fulfilled limited military service thereafter. Rease 's
brother John died in 1864 of battle wounds. Apparently Rease did not lea rn of
John's death until he returned home from the war in April 1865 following t he
final Confederate surrender. Of 1,200 men who served in the13th Regiment
when mustered, Rease was one of 50 remaining when General Joseph Johnston
surrendered to General Phil Sherman in North Carolina. In 1867, Rease's ol der
brother Wip, who had become a physician, married Jenny Caruthers Hill. Six
years later on 13 Apr 1873, Rease, 33, married Martha Hugh Hill, 19, young er
sister of his sister-in-law, Jenny. Between 1874 and 1894, eight children
were born to Rease and Martha. In 1883, Rease and Martha sold their land i n
Gibson County and moved their family of five children to Texas, renting la nd
at Hutto in Williamson County, north of Austin. In 1885, Rease bought la nd in
Coryell County, west of Waco, raising cotton, using the labor of his child ren
and hired hands. In 1896 Rease made available 40 acres of land for u se of his
oldest son, Guffey Jefferson, who desired to become a physician like his U ncle
Wip in Eaton TN. Three children were born to Rease and Martha after their
move to Texas. After his oldest son went to the University of Texas Medica l
School in Galveston in 1901, Rease and Martha rented and later sold the ir farm
land, building a house in Gatesville, the county seat of Coryell County. T hree
of their daughters, Bessie Dee, Opal Rease, and Jennie Threet, and one of
their sons, Manliff Eldon, graduated from Gatesville High School. See 1900
Coryell County TX census. In 1913, when Rease was 73 and his son was
established in a medical practice in Houston Heights TX, Rease moved his
family to 232 West 18th Avenue, a house built for the family by Austin
Copeland. Living in this home with Rease and Martha were their unmarried
daughters, Mary Wip, Bessie Dee, and Jennie Threet, and two bachelor sons,
William Boyd and Manliff Eldon. Son Tully Hugh Robinson was a farmer near
Gainesville TX. Daughter Opal Rease married in 1907 and lived at Big Sprin g
TX with her family. Rease died 4 Mar 1922, at 82. Buried Hollywood Cemeter y
off North Main Street, Houston TX. Seven of his eight children survived hi m;
to them and his grandchildren he was "Daddy Rease."

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6098] See bio notes in American Family Robinson, also letter by Lucy A. Rogers o f
July 25, 1864 describing John's death.
John W. Robinson(9) B.31 Oct 1841 in Gibson County TN, sixth son of Jeffer son
Robinson(8), first child of Elizabeth Trout. Joined Company D, 13th Regime nt
TN Infantry CSA 3 Jun 1861. Wounded, according to family memory, at Batt le of
Shiloh 6-7 Apr 1862. [Obviously was another battle.] D.19 Jul1864. See 29
Jul 1864 letter from Brother George Washington Robinson to hisparents
describing John's final illness; also 25 Jul 1864 letter from Lucy A. Roge rs
to Jefferson Robinson describing John's care during his final days. Buried
Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, Yorkville TN.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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1900 Federal Census Gibson Co., TN District 21
http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tn+index+430867583720+F

135 Robinson, ---- Head W M Jun 18 43 56 M TN TN TN Me rc Dry Goods yes yes y es O M H
Anna Wife W F Dec 18 55 44 M 0 0 0 AL NC NC yes yes yes
Emma D. Daughter W F Sept 18 ?? ? S TN TN TN Sal esman Hats yes yes yes
Geo. N Son W M Sept 18 82 17 S TN TN TN At Scho ol 10 yes yes yes
Walter F. Son W M Jan 18 85 15 S TN TN TN At Scho ol 10 yes yes yes
Elizabeth Mother W M Nov 18 21 78 W 7 2 NC NC NC yes yes yes
Thompson, Bet Servant B F Apr 18 80 20 S TN TN TN Co ok yes yes yes
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Gibson County TN Federal Census 1870, Civil District No. 8
enumerated 25 August 1870 by B. F. Northcott pg. 370 b
P.O., Yorkville
Value of
House Property Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Col Profession Real Pers Place
158 Robenson, G. W. 27 M W Farmer 1800 600 TN
Amanda 22 F W Keeps house "
Luther 6/12 M W At home "
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George Washington Robinson(9) B.10 Nov 1843, seventh son of Jefferson
Robinson(8) and second child of Elizabeth Trout. Joined Company D, 13th
Regiment TN Infantry CSA sometime after its organization 3 Jun 1861. See
letter George Washington Robinson wrote to his parents on 29 Jul 1864
describing the death of his brother John from battle wounds. Served in
the13th until final surrender by General Joseph E. Johnston on 26 Apr 1865 .
According to its commander, the unit, which had once numbered 1,200 men, h ad
less than 50 officers and men at the end. George Washington Robinson retur ned
to Gibson County and married Amelia K. Overall in 1865, the same year his
father, Jefferson Robinson, died. George Washington Robinson's mother,
Elizabeth Trout, lived in his home during her final years. With developmen t
of Dyer as a rail center, George Washington Robinson moved his home the re from
Yorkville about 1891-1892. In Dyer, George Washington Robinson operated a
general store. An advertisement published at the time indicates clothing,
furnishings, hardware, and supplies were offered for sale. Photograph exis ts
showing family posed in doorway. The family lived on the upper floor.
Following the death of Amanda in 1888, George Washington Robinson married
Annie Guthrie in 1889. D.14 Jun 1910. Buried Bobbitt Cemetery, Dyer TN

From Phillip Robinson "Ancestors of Mattie C. Robinson"
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[NI6100] Hiram K. Polk Robinson(9) B.23 Oct 1845 in Gibson County TN, eighth son of
Jefferson Robinson(8), third child of Elizabeth Trout. D. 8 Apr1868, at 22
years, 5 months, and 16 days. Buried beside his father in Cumberland
Presbyterian Cemetery, Yorkville TN.

From Phillip Robinson, "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
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[NI6101] Mary Permelia Robinson(9) B.19 Oct 1849 in Gibson County TN (cemetery ston e
shows name as Molly P.), thirteenth child of Jefferson Robinson(8), fifth
child of Elizabeth Trout. M.1867 W.D. Ramsey in Gibson County; no record o f
children. D.4 Feb 1871. Buried Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, Yorkville
TN. Gravestone shows name as Molly P.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
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[NI6102] Emily Pearce Robinson(9) B.19 Oct 1851 in Gibson County TN, fourteenth chi ld
of Jefferson Robinson(8), sixth child of Elizabeth Trout. D. 22 Dec 187 2, at
21 years, 2 months, and 3 days. Buried Cumberland PresbyterianCemetery,
Yorkville TN

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
(Note that this does NOT AGREE with the tombstone which states she died
Aug 7, 1862 at age 9Y 9M 18D.)
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[NI6103] Samuel J. Robinson(9) B.19 Jul 1854 in Gibson County TN, ninth son and
fifteenth child of Jefferson Robinson (8), seventh child of Elizabeth Trou t.
Killed in sawmill accident 22 Dec 1872, at 18 years, 5 months, and 3 days.
Buried Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, Yorkville TN. (Note same death da te
as Emily Pearce Robinson.)

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
NOTE that Emily Pearce Robinson's tombstone actually says she died A ug 7, 1862
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[NI6104] William (6) Robinson B. about 1745-50. Probably in Princess Anne County, V A.
1st child and only son of William (5) and Anne Robinson. Since his parents
both lived and died in Princess Anne County, it is assumed William (6) was
born there. Under the terms of his father..s will, William (6) was to inhe rit
land in Princess Anne County after the death of his mother, which occurred
after I 768 when William (6) would have been 18 - 23 years old. Believ ed to be
the William Robinson on 1782 Princess Anne County tax which listed h im as ..of
the seaside, father of Charles & William.' No slaves. The 1783 Princess An n
County tax list includes a William Robinson and household of one person a nd 15
slaves. We speculate the 1783 William Robinson not to be William (6) becau se
no mention is made of sons and the ownership of 15 slaves not probable.
William (6) had a cousin, Major William (6) Robinson, son of Captain Tul ly (5)
Robinson, who was an attorney-at-law and lived in Princess Ann County unti l
his death on June 23, 1787. The will of Major William (6) Robinson leaves
property to a step-son, John Reed, and a son, possibly Tully. William (6)
Robinson probably left Princess Ann county after 1782 and before 1790. The
U.S. Census of 1790 lists him as the head of a household in Currituck Coun ty
in North Carolina which included...1 male 16 or over, 2 males under 16, a nd 4
females. In a note in the margin next to William (6)'s name is listed
Elizabeth Robinson as 1 fernale with 1 male under 16. We believe Elizabe th was
widow of William (6)'s second son, William (7), and that she and her son m ade
the migration from Princess Anne County, Virginia to Currituck County, N.C .
with her father-in-law, William (6). William (6) would have aged 40- 45 by 1790.
His will was dated Oct. 14, 1798. It was proved Feb 5, 1799 and names his
wife Mary and 4 sons, Charles, Jonathan, Tully, and Manliff .Will also lea ves
2 shillings 'to Vashti Jaones, daughter of Lucia Jaones, a child swo rn to me.'
At death William (6) would have been aged 50-55 years. Whether he
participated in the Revolutionary War (1776- 1783), we do not know.

A William Robinson Senior is listed as owning 616 acrea of land, 235 acr es of marsh land, and 10 slaves in the PAC
Propertyowners list.
A William Robinson is listed as head of household in the PAC Census of 17 85 in the middle precinct of the Eastern Shore
as ahead of household for 15 (non-slaves).
A William Robinson, Sr. is listed as owning 2 horses and owning19 catt le in PAC 1789 Tax list and also father of
WilliamRobinson Jr.
A William and Mary Robinson deeded property to a McDaniel in PAC Deed Bo ok 10, page 456 (9/5/1769). Land was given
to William byhis father Adam Robinson.
A William Robinson Sr. was awarded a claim of 5-6 Pounds for Cattle tak en into serve 4/26/1782.
A William Robinson is listed as a head of houshold in the Eastern Precin ct of PAC in the census of 1785 with no family.
Currituck County Deedbook 7, p. 30, William MUNCRIEF to William ROBINSO N. February 18, 1794. Martha, William's
wife. Muncrief of Currituck, Robinson of Princess Anne, Virginia. Five hun dreddollars. Land by the name of William
MUNCRIEF's plantation, bounded by THOMSON's line. One hundred acres. /s/W m. MUNCRIEFand Martha (x - her mark)
MUNCRIEF. Witnesses, William TAYLORand William THOMSON. February Term 179 4. Proved by the oath of William
TAYLOR. Registered March 29, 1794.
Currituck County Court: Accounts of Sales Exhibited & proved Feby. Term 18 02 Account of Sale of the Estate of... Wm.
Robertson deceased...288.15.9 [pounds shillings pence]

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6105] A Mary Robinson is listed as a head of household in the 1785 Census for P AC with no family or property.
A Mrs. Mary Robinson married John Preter 11/10/1792 in Norfolk.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson's Ancestors"
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[NI6120] The listing of George Washington Robinson's wife as Amanda H. age 22 in t he 1870 census lends credance to the idea that she might have been the dau ghter of Nathaniel Overall. He was listed as having a daughter A.H. Overa ll age 11 in the 1860 census. However Amelia K. "Amelia wife of G.W. Robin son born Nov 10, 1848 died July 13, 1888" and A. H. Overall "A.H. Overa ll Aged 72 Years" are buried nearby each other in the Yorkville cemeter y. George Washington Robinson "ROBINSON G. W. Robinson June 8, 1843 - Ju ne 14, 1910" is buried in Bobbitt Cemetery in Dyer with his SECOND wife An nie "ROBINSON Annie his Wife Dec. 25, 1855".
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[NI6125] Tully (8) Robinson was, according to Rowan County NC Court records, an inf ant
heir of Tully (7) Robinson's
death late in 1820. The court named Rich Gillespie as guardian in 1821 In
1829 the court named Tully (8)'s older brother, Jefferson Robinson, as
guardian. More research is needed on Tully (8)'s life following the 1836 m ove
of his family from Rowan County NC to Gibson County, TN.

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
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[NI6129] Gibson Co. TN, 12th Dist, Hse. 2498/-, p. 304-B, l. 10, 30 Dec 1850 R-DA-0 04 |
John RATLEDGE M (W) 43 NC F |
Ailsey (ROBINSON) F (W) 39 NC -- |
Mary (A.) F (W) 15 IN -- m. Jeremiah A. TILMON |
Reason (A.) M (W) 13 TN -- m. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON |
Hester (A.) F (W) 11 TN -- m. J. A. SPENCER |
James M (W) 9 TN -- m. Fannie HANKINS |
Manlief (Dickerson) M (W) 6 TN -- m. Margaret Arbelia MITCHELL
William (C.) M (W) 4 TN --

From Phillip Robinson "Mattie C. Robinson Ancestors"
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