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Descendants of Archibald W. Oxendine

Generation No. 2


2. JOHN F.2 OXENDINE (ARCHIBALD W.1) was born January 04, 1805 in Overton County, Tennessee, on the Obeges River, and died May 17, 1887 in Galena, Kansas. He married NANCY ABIGAIL LAWSON in Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1827 in Tennessee, and died Bet. 1860 - 1869 in Missouri.

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OHN F. OXENDINE:
John F. Oxendine was buried an Exendine in Shewmaker Cemetery 3 miles east of Galena in Jasper County, Missouri. Go south 1/10 mile on Central City Road on the west side of the road---4 rows back from the fence. Marker J. F. E. Saturday, May 21, 1887-Short Creek Republican, Grandpa Exendine obituary.




An affidavit signed by J. F. Exendine reads as follows:
My name is J. F. Exendine. I reside at the present in Jasper County, State of Missouri. My age is 76 years old. I was born in Overton County, State of Tennessee. On the Obeges river. January 4, 1805 and was well aquainted with "James Smith" who was called by the Cherokee indians than "Buck" Smith. I also knew his mother whose maiden name was Nancy Ann Shoemake. And his father was "Sanders Smith" and they were both Cherokee indian.
They had three children whose names were "Buck" or "James", Nancy, and Jourden Smith. Buck or James Smith marr "Polly Exendine" who was my sister. They had children whos names were Harvy, Loucinda, Martha, John, Emily, Mary Charity, Rosey.
Loucinda, married twice. Her Children and both of her husbands I knew them. Her first child was named "Margaret" who married "Richard Puffer". "Louisa Jane" married George Brown" She had five other children, named James Erwin, William Wade, Thomas Kirkman, Louise, and Sarah. The last five bear the name of "McDonald". And all of the children were cherokee indian by blood.
Descendants fo "Loucinda Smith".
I know these facts from my own personal knowledge. Witness my hand this day of December 1881.
J. F. Exendine

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OHN F. OXENDINE:
Census 1840: Hawkins County, Tennessee, page 261, Line 9
Census 1860: Texas County, Missouri, Rubadoux Twp, Plato P.O., page 127, HH 833/775
Census 1870: Texas County, Missouri, Rubadoux Twp, Plato P.O., page 459, Line 19, HH 64/64
Census 1880: Jasper County, Missouri, Galena Twp, Dwelling 61
Land 1: April 28, 1860, Texas County Missouri Land Records, 120 acres, section 24-32N-11W
Land 2: July 01, 1859, Texas County Missouri Land Records, 40 acres, section 24-32N-11W
Land 3: August 12, 1859, Texas County Missouri Land Records, 40 acres, section 24-32N-11W
Taxes: 1871, Texas County Missouri Personal Tax Lists, 4 cows $90, 15 hogs $25, other $30, Total value $145
     
Children of J
OHN OXENDINE and NANCY LAWSON are:
10. i.   NANCY3 OXENDINE, b. Abt. 1832, Tennessee; d. April 08, 1917, Galena, Kansas.
11. ii.   KATHERINE JANE OXENDINE, b. Abt. 1834; d. Abt. 1889.
  iii.   GEORGE W. OXENDINE, b. Abt. 1845, Tennessee.
  iv.   LUCY OXENDINE, b. Abt. 1854, Missouri.
  v.   RUTH C. OXENDINE, b. Abt. 1860, Tennessee.
  vi.   ALWILDY OXENDINE, b. Abt. 1864, Missouri.


3. LEVI2 OXENDINE (ARCHIBALD W.1) was born Abt. 1808 in South Carolina. He married CLARA HAYNES. She was born Abt. 1800 in South Carolina.

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EVI OXENDINE:
Census 1830: Overton County, Tennessee, page 203, listed as free persons of color 0-00001 white 11000-0 FPC
Census 1840: Overton County, Tennessee, page 33
Census 1850: Overton County, Tennessee, page 110, HH 600/220
Census 1860: Overton County, Tennessee, page 184/164

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LARA HAYNES:
Census 1850: Overton County, Tennessee, page 111, HH 608/221, living with mother
     
Child of L
EVI OXENDINE and CLARA HAYNES is:
  i.   WILLIAM S.3 OXENDINE, b. January 05, 1826, Overton County, Tennessee; d. Bet. 1910 - 1920, Jackson County, Alabama; m. SALLIE.
  More About WILLIAM S. OXENDINE:
Census 1850: Overton County Tennessee, page 105, HH 519/209
Census 1880: Jackson County Alabama, Twp 2, Range 7 east, page 16
Census 1900: Jackson County Alabama, Precinct 6, Parkler, page 8
Census 1910: Jackson County Alabama, Precinct 2, Stevenson, Page 20, HH 432/407



4. MARY POLLY2 OXENDINE (ARCHIBALD W.1) was born Abt. 1810 in Overton County, Tennessee. She married JAMES R. " BUCK " SMITH, son of SANDERS SMITH and NANCY SHOEMAKE. He was born Abt. 1792, and died Bef. 1850.

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ARY POLLY OXENDINE:
Census 1850: Monroe County, Kentucky, page 435, HH 352/992

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AMES R. " BUCK " SMITH:
Indian Status: Cherokee
     
Children of M
ARY OXENDINE and JAMES SMITH are:
  i.   HENRY3 SMITH, b. Abt. 1825.
12. ii.   LUCINDA SMITH, b. Abt. 1827; d. Abt. 1874.
  iii.   MARTHA SMITH, b. Abt. 1827.
13. iv.   JOHN ANDERSON SMITH, b. February 15, 1828, Tennessee; d. August 30, 1922, Jerome, Missouri.
  v.   EMILY SMITH, b. Abt. 1829.
  vi.   CHARITY SMITH, b. Abt. 1832.
14. vii.   MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, b. Abt. 1834.
15. viii.   ROSA SMITH, b. Abt. 1839.
  ix.   CARROLL SMITH, b. Abt. 1843.
  x.   PENELOPE SMITH, b. Abt. 1845.
  xi.   MALACHI SMITH, b. Abt. 1849.


5. JOHNSON MONROE2 EXENDINE (ARCHIBALD W.1 OXENDINE) was born Abt. 1813 in Tennessee, and died February 15, 1863 in Fayetteville Arkansas Military Hospital. He married REBECCA ANDERSON March 14, 1834 in Overton County, Tennessee, daughter of CHIEF WILLIAM ANDERSON. She was born Abt. 1814 in Delaware Camp, South Carolina, and died January 10, 1864 in near Springfield, Greene County, Missouri.

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OHNSON MONROE EXENDINE:
According to family lore, Johnson M. Oxendine changed his last name to Exendine reported after there was a difference of opinion about his marriage to Rebecca Anderson. Rebecca was reportedly the daughter of a Delaware Indian chief. None of this has been proven.

Johnson died of pneumonia and brain fever in a military hospital while serving in the Civil War at Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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OHNSON MONROE EXENDINE:
Cause of Death: Pneumonia and brain fever
Census 1850: Overton County, Tennessee, page 16, HH 102/102
Census 1860: McGhee County, Kansas, Brushville P.O., page12, HH 95/95
Military service: 1st Arkansas Cavalry, Co E, 5th Regiment, Union forces in Civil War
Taxes: 1836, Overton County, Tennessee, 11th Didtrict, Tax Rolls

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EBECCA ANDERSON:

According to family history, Rebecca Anderson was the daughter of a Delaware Indian chief, but this has never been proven.
     
Children of J
OHNSON EXENDINE and REBECCA ANDERSON are:
16. i.   PATSY JANE3 EXENDINE, b. November 12, 1832, Overton County, Tennessee; d. October 26, 1908, Georgia City, Jasper County, Missouri.
  ii.   NEWELL VINCE EXENDINE, b. Abt. 1835, Tennessee.
  More About NEWELL VINCE EXENDINE:
Census 1870: Douglas County, Kansas, 6th Ward, Lawrence twp., page 381

17. iii.   MARTHA ANN EXENDINE, b. Abt. 1836, Tennessee.
  iv.   ELIZABETH EXENDINE, b. Abt. 1840, Pennsylvania.
  v.   FRANCIS M. EXENDINE, b. December 18, 1843, Tennessee; d. February 15, 1905, Galena, Kansas; m. NANCY OXENDINE, March 27, 1872, Laclede County, Missouri; b. Abt. 1832, Tennessee; d. April 08, 1917, Galena, Kansas.
  Notes for FRANCIS M. EXENDINE:
F. M. Exendine --- Died of asthma on February 15, 1905. Buried in the Military section of the Galena Kansas Cemetery. On his stone F. M. Exendine, Co. Cl Arkansas Calvary. Death notice February 23, 1905 in the Galena Weekly Republican.

  More About FRANCIS M. EXENDINE:
Cause of Death: Asthma
Census 1870: Coffey County, Kansas, Neosho twp., page 302
Census 1880: Jasper County, Missouri, Galena Twp., Dwelling 61
Census 1910: Cherokee County, Kansas, Galena City Twp., page 6 HH 5/5

  Notes for NANCY OXENDINE:
The Galena Weekly Republican - Friday, April 13, 1917. Funeral services at the Oak Hill Cemetery. Died Sunday, April 8, 1917- age 92- nephritis. Nancy Exendine.

  More About NANCY OXENDINE:
Cause of Death: Nephritis
Census 1870: Texas County, Missouri, Rubadoux Twp, Plato P.O., page 459, Line 19, HH 65/65
Relationship: March 27, 1872, Marriage-Nancy and Francis are cousins. Nancy is John F. Oxendine's daughter.
Taxes: 1871, Texas County Missouri Personal Tax Lists, 5 cows $20, 5 hogs $5, 5 sheep $10, Total value $35

  vi.   GEORGE EXENDINE, b. Abt. 1845, Tennessee.
  vii.   LOUISA E. EXENDINE, b. Abt. 1847, Tennessee; m. JAMES P. SANDERSON, October 21, 1877, Miller County, Missouri.
  viii.   SUSAN JANE EXENDINE, b. December 17, 1851, Tennessee.
18. ix.   WILLIAM JASPER EXENDINE, b. May 30, 1853, Kentucky; d. June 23, 1931, Oklahoma.


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