|Susan Aduddell (#48322825)|
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|Anna Jaech||RE: John Williams|
After a year of study I am certain that the will that mentions Susannah and Susan has nothing to do with our Boone county family. The it is too old. It's the will of Philip Clayton, recorded in Culpeper 21 March 1786. It mentions wife Ann (Coleman); daughter Lucy Williams, son Samuel Clayton, daughter Susannah Slaughter, and grandson John Wiliams.
Susannah was the wife of James Slaughter. Samuel's wife is shown as Susannah ____. The daughter, Lucy, married William Williams. You can find this, and more under Seldens of Virginia and Allied Lines. Then index Philip Clayton (page 457). This source has been reliable for me for years and I refer to it often.
All the collateral names here are well known to us. A few members of the families went to S. Carolina.
Another thing. I have been including the Durrett family as I search, as there was someone named Durrett Williams Osborn or some such. I have him in the tree I use for this search; now at 3,000+ It often helps the search engines. I'm not recording Durretts.
Have you found anything that would help?
|Anna Jaech||RE: John Williams|
Try archive.org/detailsheadsoffamiliesaUnit 12
This is the actual census in book form, which is what I like to use. There are other options. Just enter 1790 Census of South Carolina and you will have options.
|Anna Jaech||RE: John Williams|
Breakthrough! Very slow going. You have to take note of every single speck. Both John Wms. & John Osborn appear in the 1790 census in Edgefield county, S. Carolina! They went there in 1793 from Culpeper with a large group of the usual families one finds them with. The two names are only two lines apart on the report - they were neighbors.
Dates fix this so that it should be John Wms, father of my John & your Susan. The numbers indicate they were there, too!; with a mother and 19 slaves. There were other Wms in Edgefield. This family was the largest slave holder in the county.
In adjacent Abbeville county are Benjamin Osborn & ? Osborn. This census is easy to find online. Who is the Jno Osborne who was a head of household?
I've known about this migration of Virginia families for 30 years. Only recently have I had the organization I needed.
If you are able to read Edgefield records & articles online, I will tell you a little more.
|Dennis Armstrong||L J Catron|
I found an obit from a locl Kingston, Ok newspaper in my mothers effects for L J Catron (Lee Jessie). My mother was Ellie Arnold and was married to his son John Catron. If you would like to add the text to his memorial, I would appreciate it:
LEE CATRON DIES IN KINGSTON HOME
Jessie Lee Catron, resident of Marshall county for the past 30 years, died in his home at Kingston Friday. He had been ill health for the past year and a half.
He was born in Tennessee December 17, 1881 and was married to miss Nettie Lee Chapman in 1906. They moved to this county in 1926.
Funeral services were conducted in Watts Memorial Chapel here Monday at 10 a.m. conducted by the Rev. J. L. Bates, Kingston.
Burial was in the in Kingston cemetery.
Mr. Catron is survived by his wife Mrs. Nettie Catron of the home address, a daughter Mrs. Birtie Laughlin, Los Angeles, Calif., four sons, John Catron, Los Angeles Charlie Catron, Denison, Tex., Marvin and Billie Catron, of Kingston, and by five grandchildren.
Pallbearers were R. L. Lemons, Richard Moore, Charles LeFlore, Bill Tucker, Scholar Arnold, and Buster Bearden.
|johanna dever epperson||Annie Myrtle Moore Snellgrove|
I added a pic of Annie if you would like to see what she looked like in the early 1900's.I am posting pics of all my cousins,etc as I find the memorials. Thank you for doing the memorial.There is no way I can do that.
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Alice Aduddell|
You are very welcome!
|Anna Jaech||Minor Neale|
I found information indicating that Daniel Neale can be
found on Find A Grave #94202886. Indications are that he was a man of some standing in the community - perhaps a lawyer. He is probably Susan's son; but that date brings problems.
He is buried in AR in the Neale Cemetery, WN county. Maybe you can connect with someone who knows of the family history. **One person** who knows is all we need!
|Anna Jaech||Susan Williams Neale|
It is certain that Susan's first husband was Spencer Neale who died in Dec 1799 in Scott county. I found quotes of court documents to provide for his orphans - Minor Neale, Elizabeth Neale & Daniel Neale. I've "known" this family for about 30 years. Minor married a sister-in-law of John. He helped when John died. So Susan was b. 1776; was a widow at 23, probably with 3 children. By the time she was 26 she had married John Osborn who died when she was abt. 38. She married Durrett Hubbard and was widowed when she was 72.
This is great because it gives us another line to use in our search. She may be found as Susan Neale. This one fact may help us find her parents more quickly. Do you enjoy this kind of project?
|Anna Jaech||John Williams|
I think I've done it!! The Google map will take you to Burleson Farms, Woodward county KY. I think this is where our line of folks from Culpeper county took land.
Susan's brother John said in his newspaper that he had communicated with a KY Cousin, Jennie Chinn Morton who reminded him that in a small graveyard a few miles from Georgetown, their grandparents and other relatives. I once saw a photo of the Old Williams Burying Ground. It had a lovely stone fence enclosing it in an odd shape - an isosceles triangle with the short end rounded. The north west corner of the land along the South Elkhorn and a plowed, unplanted field. It meets other requirements. I have learned alot about John Williams and his son John. If I prove these 2, we have it all back to 1680.
Jennie Chinn is respected by KY historians as an unusual genealogist. She established the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society & published it for years. The Chinn family had been with our mix for almost 200 years. Jennie, my John & Susan were all about the same age.
Is there anything you haven't told me about Susan? What is the reason you think their mother was named Susannah? I saw half of a sentence on the Net, in a reasonable place, saying that in a Culpeper will was found heirs named Susannah, John and Susan. I found a complete copy of that will & from other names mentioned therein I was unwilling to say it was the will we need. I surely believe Susan & John are siblings; but not necessarily their mother was Susannah. Can you tell me something I don't know about this?
|Trala Trammell McAnally||Mary Watkins|
Thanks for the transfer.
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