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Descendants of Nicholaas of Melton


125. ISHAM WILLIAM18 MELTON, JR. (ISHAM WILLIAM17, ROBERT16, RICHARD**15, WILLIAM** MICHAEL14, WILLIAM**13 MILTON/MELTON, (I), RICHARD**12 MILTON, (I), THOMAS11, RICHARD10, HENRY9, RICHARD8, THOMAS/RICHARD7, JOHN6 MELTON, JOHN5, SIR THOMAS4, RICARDUS3 DE MELTON, JOHN2, NICHOLAAS OF1 MELTON) was born Abt. 1775 in Orange Co., NC, and died 1840. He married SUSANNAH COLLINS. She was born 1785 in SC, and died Aft. 1860 in Holmes Co., MS.

Notes for I
SHAM WILLIAM MELTON, JR.:



Notes for S
USANNAH COLLINS:
In the old Melton cemetery is buried a Susannah Melton born 1785 thought to be the widow of Isham who died about 1840. The Susannah doesn't show up in the MS census until after 1860 (in Jesse's household). A Susannah does show up in the 1850 Chesterfield, SC census of an Isham Melton that would have been about the same age.

     
Children of I
SHAM MELTON and SUSANNAH COLLINS are:
228. i.   JESSE MICHAEL COLLINS19 MELTON, b. 1808; d. Holmes County, Mississippi.
  ii.   BETSEY MELTON.
  iii.   NANCY MELTON.


126. MARY POLLY18 MELTON (ISHAM WILLIAM17, ROBERT16, RICHARD**15, WILLIAM** MICHAEL14, WILLIAM**13 MILTON/MELTON, (I), RICHARD**12 MILTON, (I), THOMAS11, RICHARD10, HENRY9, RICHARD8, THOMAS/RICHARD7, JOHN6 MELTON, JOHN5, SIR THOMAS4, RICARDUS3 DE MELTON, JOHN2, NICHOLAAS OF1 MELTON) was born Abt. 1772 in Orange Co., NC, and died Abt. 1832 in Chesterfield District, South Carolina. She married AARON COPELAND 1784 in Chatham Co., N. C., son of NICHOLAS COPELAND and DOROTHY. He was born 1762 in Chatham Co., N. C., and died May 09, 1839 in Chesterfield District, South Carolina.

Notes for A
ARON COPELAND:
Per Pioneer of Wiregrass Georgia, Folks Huxford Aaron Copeland and Pollie were said to have 12 children, however 3 names are unknown. Aaron served 2 or 3 enlistments in the Revolutionary War in the South Carolina militia, between 1777 and 1781. He moved about 1787 to N. Orangeburg District, S.C. and from there to Chesterfield District, S.C. where he lived until his death May 9, 1839. He is listed in the 1790 census in Orangeburg. Pollie survives him and dies in the 1840s.


Volume VII of "Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia", Folks Huxford:
page 95

COPELAND, AARON      1762-1839      South Carolina

      Aaron Copeland, Revolutionary War ancestor of a number of Wiregrass Georgians, was born in Chatham County, N.C., c1762, son of Nicholas Copeland, c1710-c1775, and his wife Dorothy, of Essex County, Va. Aaron Copeland married in 1784 in Chatham County, N.C., Pollie Melton, born 1770 in N.C., daughter of Isham Melton. They were said to have had twelve children but the names of all of them are not known. The following were their known children:

1. Lott (vol. I)      b. 1785      m. 1st. Ellender Rice;
                              2nd Susan Guess, dau. of John Jr.
2. Nancy            b. 1789      m. --?-- Copeland (cousin)
3. James            b. 1791      m. (unknown)
4. John Whetstone      b. 1793      m. (unknown)
5. Elizabeth            b. 1795      m. Samuel Surrency, 1812 (vol. III)
6. Archibald            b. 1802      m. Mary --?--
7. Joseph            b. 1806      m. (unknown)
8. Catherine            b. 1810      m. John White, 1829
9. Mary Caroline      b. 1812      m. Jesse Howell (vol. II)

Aaron Copeland served two or three enlistments in the Revolutionary War in the South Carolina militia, between 1777 and 1781. He moved about 1787 to North Orangeburg District, S.C., and from [... photocopy ends ...]

"On May 14, 1853, Archibald Copeland, age 50 years of ChesterfieldDistrict, testified that he was the only living child of Aaron Copeland and his wife Polly Melton, that Aaron died about 1839, having survived his wife by six or seven years leaving ten children." This was from their son. According to this Polly died about 1832/33.
     
Child of M
ARY MELTON and AARON COPELAND is:
  i.   LOTT19 COPELAND, b. Abt. 1785.


127. ANSEL (ANCIL)18 MELTON (ARCHELOUS17, ROBERT16, RICHARD**15, WILLIAM** MICHAEL14, WILLIAM**13 MILTON/MELTON, (I), RICHARD**12 MILTON, (I), THOMAS11, RICHARD10, HENRY9, RICHARD8, THOMAS/RICHARD7, JOHN6 MELTON, JOHN5, SIR THOMAS4, RICARDUS3 DE MELTON, JOHN2, NICHOLAAS OF1 MELTON) was born Abt. 1775 in Raleigh, Moore Co., N.C., and died August 07, 1843 in Cannon Co., TN // Buried Old Melton Cem, Sugar Tree Knob, Tn. He married MARY HUFFMAN 1790 in Moore Co., N.C., daughter of JOHN HUFFMAN. She was born January 1766 in PA, and died 1859 in Cannon Co., TN // Buried Old Melton Cem, Sugar Tree Knob, Tn.

Notes for A
NSEL (ANCIL) MELTON:
In the Moore County court records, Ansel Sr. and Ansel Jr. appear on the same jury together. Ansel Jr. is cited on road maintenance.
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Moore Co., NC Census 1790
Melton, Anseel 2,1,4,0,0 (m+16, m-16, f+16, f-16, others, slaves)

Moore Co., NC Census 1800
MILTON, Anson 0-0-0-0-1 0-1-0-0-1 00 00

Cannon Co.,TN Census 1840
page Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
137 John B. Melton 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
John Melton Sr 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
138 Jesse Milton 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
John Milton Jr 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ansil Milton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Joel Milton 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
139 James Melton Sr 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
William S. Melton 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
143 Wm. Melton 0 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Information gathered from: Cannon County Cousins Shirleys and Melton's; by: Anne Shirley Bumpus 1986.
Ancil Melton served in the American Revolution.
      Ancil Melton bought a 300 acre tract of Land and Orange County, North Carolina, on 29 January 1799. In 1800 he was listed on the Orange County tax list as having 300 acres and one poll. There are no surviving Orange County tax lists for the years 1801 through 1816. He sold this tract of Land situated on the waters of Dry Creek and a little Almance on 11 December 1806. The following year Ancil and Mary Huffman Melton appeared in Warren (later Cannon) County, Tennessee. According to the History of Woodberry and Cannon County, Tennessee, Ancil Melton, his wife, Mary Huffman Melton, and thier seven year old son, John, were among the first group of settlers to arrive in 1807. It appears that the Ancil Melton who resided in Orange County sold all his property there and moved his family to Tennessee. He was not enumerated on the 1820 Census in Orange County. Also living in Orange County in 1800 were John and Daniel Huffman.

      The Ancil Melton who migrated to Tennessee was born between 1770 and 1780 according to Census records for 1820, 1830 in 1840. He had four sons William, James, Jacob and John -- born between 1790 in 1800.

      Researchers have found the following children for Ancil and Mary Huffman; John, Mary, Joel, Jesse and James. A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region published in by Goodspeed Bros., Chicago, Illinois, 1894, lists one other son -- Austin.
Ancil's Will names another son, William, and "the heirs of Elisha." Jacob is listed in among heirs in the Estate Settlement, making a total of nine children.
Family traditions relates that Ancil and Mary Melton lived to be well over hundered years of age. Ancil Melton's will was proven in court in August, 1843, and the estate of both Ancil and Mary Melton was settled in 1862, refuting such traditions.

Orange County, North Carolina, Deed Book 9, P. 296-297

George Clark
to Ancil Melton 29 January 1799
      This Indenture made this twenty ninth day of January in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundered and ninty nine between George Clark of the one part and Ancil Melton of the other part being both of the County of Orange and state of North Carolina Witnesseth that the said George Clark for any consideration of the sum of sixty pounds to him in hand paid by the said Ancil Melton at or before the sealing and Delivering of these presents the receipt whereof the said George Clark doeth hereby and acknowledge hath Granted, bargained, sold aliened released and Confirmed and by these doth Grant barain sell alien release and Confirm from him and his heirs unto the said Ancil Melton his heirs and assigns forever; all that seat Tract or Parcel of Land and premises situate lying and being in the aforesaid County of Orange on the waters of Dry Creek and the little Allemance; Begining at a Popalar at a spring of said Creek Running thence south Seventeen Chairs to a Red Oak thence East Seventy Seven Chains to a Black Jack thence North five Chains to a Black Jack thence East twenty Chains to a Black Jack thence North ten Chains to a Black Jack thence East ten Chains to a Red Oak on a Hill side near a head branch of the little Allemance thence North Crossing the said creek thence up the meander thereof to the Beginning, Containing three hundred Acres of Land obtained from the State of North Carolina and Registered in the County of Orange for that purpose Refferance thereunto being had will more fully appear... In witness where of teh said George Clark hath unto set his hand and Seal the day and year first above Written.
Signed Sealed and Delevered in presents of us Samuel James, Conrad Farmer.
                  George Clark (SEAL)

Orange County
August Term 1801 The Execution of the within Deed was duly proved in open Court by the oath of Samuel James a subscribing witness there to and ordered to be Registerd.
                        TEST
                        Jno. Taylor CC

Ancil Melton
to
Daniel Johnston                  11 December 1806
      This Indenture made this Eleventh day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundered and Six between Ancil Melton of the County of Orange in the state of North Carolina to the one part, and Daniel Johnston of the County & State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Ancil Melton for and in Consideration of the sum of one hundered and Twenty Five pounds current money to him in as paid by the said Daniel Johnston at or before the sealing and delivering of these presents the right whereof the said Ancil Melton do is hereby and acknowledge hath Granted, bargained and sold... And by these presents do grant, bargain, sell... unto the said Daniel Johnston his heirs and assigns forever all that seat Tract or Parcel of Land and premises situate lying and being in the County of Orange on the waters of Dry Creek and the little Alamance beginning at a poplar at a spring of said Creek running thence South seventeen chains to a red oak, then East twenty seven chains to a black Jack, thence North five chains to a black Jack, then East twenty chains to a black Jack, thence North ten chains to a black Jack, thence East ten chains to a red oak on a hill side near a head branch of the little Alamance thence North and crossing said Creek forty eight chains to a red oak, thence West fifty chains to Dry Creek thence up the meander thereof to the beginning. Containing Three hundred and acres of Land obtained from the state of North Carolina and registered in the County of Orange for that purpose of reference being thereunto had will more fully appear and the reversion... in Witness whereof the said Ancil Melton hath hereunto Set his hand and Seal the day and year first above written.
Signed Sealed & delivered
in the presence of
Osborne James                        Ancil Melton SEAL\\
      his
James X Osborne
mark                        Orange County August Term 1808
                              The Execution of the within Deed was duly
                              proved in open Court by the oath of Osborne
                              James a subscribing witness there to
                              ordered to be registered
                                    Test John Taylor
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WILL OF ANCIL MELTON, 1842

CANNON COUNTY, TENN. WILL BOOK A, PAGE 32

ANSIL MELTON
TO
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

2 JUNE 1842

In the name of God Amen. I Ancil Melton being of sound and perfect mind and memory blesed be God do this second day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and forty two make and publish this my last will & Testament in manner following. That is to say (First) I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Mary, during her natural life all that tract or parcel of Land Whereon I now live and at her death or marriage the aforesaid land to be sold and Equally divided amonst all my children. And the Heirs of Elisha Melton to draw an Equal part and all other lands be-longing to my Estate at my death to be sold and Equally divided amongst all my children William Melton and James Melton Equal shares of the land to be sold and divided and all my Household and farming Utensils - Mare and Colt bridle and saddle two cows and calves sheep and hogs and beehives geese and five hundred and fifty dollars worth of notes. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Melton during her natural life or widowhood and also my blacksmith tools and let the Hand and all my children as their work as they have done heretofore. And all other stock to be sold at my death and Equally divided amongst all my children William Melton and James Melton to draw Equal Shares with the rest of the children. I do hereby give and bequeath to my son James Melton that tract of land which he holds my bond for And for the deeds to be made according to it -- I Ancil Melton Do hereby make and ordain my worthy friend John Melton Executor of this my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I the said Ancil Melton have to this my Last will and Testament Set my hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed Seald published and declared By the said Ancil Melton The Testator as his last will and Testament in the presence of us who were present at the time of signing and sealing

Test Luke Shirley
      James P. Perry      ANCIL MELTON      (SEAL)

State of Tennessee )
Cannon County      August Term of said county court A.D. 1843

There personally appeared in open court Luke Shirley and James P. Perry subscribing witnesses to the within paper writing purporting to be the Last will and Testament of Ancil Melton deceased. Who being first sworn depose and say that they were acquainted with said Testator in his life and that he acknowledged the same in their presence to be his Last Will and Testament on the day it bears date.
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Term of the circuit court of said county 1840...
Dist. No.      9 - Wm. B. Jones and Luke Shirley 7 - C. C. Evans and Thomas Elkins

P.61 -
Ancil Melton)
Deed)
Stephen Cantrell)


A deed on conveyance from Ancil Melton to Stephen Cantrell for 30 acres of land lying in Cannon Co. (originally Warren Co.) bearing date the 15th day of August AD 1834 was this day produced in open court for probate and was duly acknowledged by Ancil Melton the bargainer and ordered to be certified for registration.

P. 61 - James Melton)
Deed)
Stephen Cantrell)

A deed of conveyance from James Melton to Stephen Cantrell for ten acres of land lying in Cannon Co. (originally Warren Co.) bearing date the 12th day of August 1834 was this day produced in open court for probate and was duly acknowledged by James Melton the bargainer and ordered to be certified for registration.

P.160 - On motion ordered by the court that Joseph Moore be appointed Overseer of the road from Liberty to Woodbury commencing at the mouth of rock house fork leading up said fork and over the ridge to Rackleys and that he have the following list of hands and bounds to keep the same in repare... Jesse Melton... Wm. L. Melton.. .Wm. Elkins... Elisha Melton... James Melton...

(Note:      Woodbury to Liberty approx. 20 miles)
Above notes copied from WPA Book,
Cannon Co. Minute Book A
Archives, Nashville, June, 1973 ASB
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Cannon Co.
Minute Book B, 1841 - 1850

p.131
John Melton)
Qual as)
Exct of Ancil)
Melton decd)

John Melton this day produced in Open Court a paper writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Ansil Melton decd. which paperwriting being duly proven by the oath of Luke Shirley and James P. Perry sub-scribing witnesses thereto.

p. 132
1st Monday in August at Woodbury.. The last Will and Testament of Ancil Melton Late of said county deceased was produced and proven in open court
..John Melton has been duly qualified as Executor...
1st Monday in August 1843 Regin Fowler, Clerk
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1850 census St Clair Co, AL: ( by Howard Lehman)
#132 John Melton 36 b. NC
Mary 30 "
Their children were all born in AL:
Elijah, 12;
Elizabeth,10;
Elisha,8;
Isaac,6;
John,5;
Enoch,4;
Rachel, 3 months
Also in the household were:
Ansel Melton, 77 NC (occupation: hatter)
and
Rachel Sewell 22 GA
(I believe that John Melton is Ansel's grandson, son of Elisha, John Melton is listed in Ansel's Will, " I Ancil Melton Do hereby make and ordain my worthy friend John Melton Executor of this my Last Will and Testament. ")
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ST. CLAIR, ALABAMA LAND PATENTS
PATENTEE NAME SIGNATURE DATE DOCUMENT NR. ACCESSION NR. CERTIFIED DOC.
MELTON, ELISHA B 09/30/1882 851 AL4030__.165
MELTON, JAMES S 01/24/1895 9197 AL4200__.059
MELTON, JAMES 04/01/1850 14152 AL3660__.001
MELTON, JAMES 03/01/1858 22041 AL3790__.343
MELTON, JOHN 07/01/1845 12421 AL3620__.275
MELTON, JOHN 07/01/1845 12656 AL3620__.479
MELTON, JOHN 03/01/1858 19423 AL3780__.027
MELTON, LAURA J 12/05/1884 3255 AL4650__.054
MELTON, MATTIE A 05/04/1894 24477 AL4570__.468
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STONE COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGES
MELTON, ELISHA J OVERSTREET, SUSAN JUL 26 1856
MELTON, H H PRICE, FLORENCE MAR 8 1893
MELTON, ISAAC COFFER, ELIZABETH MAR 8 1854
MELTON, JAMES A McCROSBY, LYDIA A SEP 10 1865
MELTON, JAMES H HODGES, TELITHA DEC 30 1895
MELTON, JOEL D NICKELS, ELIZABETH FEB 8 1866
MELTON, JOHN C HAYNES, LILLIE JAN 22 1896
MELTON, ALCEY DAVIS, JOHN W SEP 22 1867
MELTON, ALCEY M STANDRIDGE, CHARLES A DEC 31 1885
MELTON, ALCY McDOWELL,HENRY MAR 7 1875
MELTON, ALICE McKINSEY, JAMES APR 4 1871
MELTON, CLARA TAYLOR, JOHN M NOV 7 1880
MELTON, EMALINE MOORE, JOHN H SEP 25 1853
MELTON, FLORENCE THOMAS, W C AUG 8 1894
MELTON, IDA M SEAMAN, CHARLEY SEP 19 1894
MELTON, JULIA M KERR, A B SEP 1 1882
MELTON, MINNIE KEMR, H R OCT 6 1897
MELTON, SARAH F HENSON, LAFAYETTE DEC 21 1876

More About A
NSEL (ANCIL) MELTON:
Fact 1: also spelled Ancel
Fact 2: 1807, Warren Co., TN

Notes for M
ARY HUFFMAN:
1850 Census for Cannon County,
Mary, age 78, is Ansilís widow. She is listed as head-of-household with James 15 and Sarah Miles 16.
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IZARD CO., ARK., FEDERAL LAND RECORDS
MELTON ANSEL 1 17N 9W 80 1860/05/01
MELTON BALUM 17 17N 8W 200 1906/03/05 CANCELED DOCUMENT
MELTON BALUM 17 17N 8W 200 1906/03/05
MELTON BALUM 18 17N 8W 0 1906/03/05 CANCELED DOCUMENT
MELTON BALUM 18 17N 8W 0 1906/03/05
MELTON BALUM 19 17N 8W 0 1906/03/05 CANCELED DOCUMENT
MELTON BALUM 19 17N 8W 0 1906/03/05
MELTON CALVIN 35 18N 9W 160 1889/07/05
MELTON ELIJAH 1 17N 9W 0 1860/05/01
MELTON ELIJAH 1 17N 9W 86.36 1860/05/01
MELTON JESSE 18 17N 7W 77.48 1861/05/01
MELTON TILFORD 35 16N 8W 0 1860/05/01
MELTON TILFORD 35 16N 8W 120 1860/05/01
MELTON TILFORD 34 18N 10W 80 1860/05/01
MELTON WILLIAM J 17 15N 9W 0 1893/10/19
MELTON WILLIAM J 17 15N 9W 160 1893/10/19
MELTON WILLIAM P 6 17N 9W 40 1904/03/01
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(This is probably a grandson but I am unable to place him as of yet!)

1880 Izard Co.,AR
MELTO J D M 53 **** Farmer TN .. ..
107/15 Mary F 44 wife Keeping House " TN TN
Sarah F 18 daughter AR " "
Frances F 15 " " " "
Henry M 12 son " " "
Wm(William P.)M 10 " " " "
(m.abt.1893 Georgia M. DAVIS b. Jan 1877 AR)
Venia F 7 daughter " " "
Lous F 4 " " " "
Tilford M 1 son " " "

1850 Anderson Co. TE
MELTON, Richard 58, (b.1792) Va T, Anderson-901-128
(widowed after 1840...)
Alfred 35, (b. 1815)
Joel 22, (b.aug1827...check date of enumeration)
(wife Mary M. (?) b.oct 1836 TENN. LDS record has
Elizabeth HITT as wife)

      1       Joel D. MELTON      b: August 1827 Tennessee
..            +Mary ?      b: October 1836
.....      2       Maranda Melton      b: 1854
.....      2       Polly A. Melton      b: 1857
.....      2       Sarah Melton      b: 1862
.....      2       Frances Melton      b: 1865
.....      2       Henry Melton      b: 1868
.....      2       William Melton      b: February 1870            d: 1936
.........            +Georgia M. DAVIS      b: January 1878 MS      m: 1893      d: 1939
................ 3       John W. Melton      b: February 1894
................ 3       James A. Melton      b: August 1896
................ 3       Jesse E. Melton      b: 1901
................ 3       Alvada Melton      b: 1906
+Thural Marshall JONES m.14 dec 1924 Pleasant Grove AR.

.... 2       Venia Melton b: 1873 +J. N. EVANS m: May 28, 1891 Izard Co., Arkansas d: Bef. 1900
................ 3       Rosa M. Evans      b: March 1892
................ 3       William M. Evans      b: March 1894
.....      2       Lucienda Melton      b: March 1876
.........            +W. J. MOSS            m: September 03, 1901 Izard Co., Arkansas
.....      2       Tilford Melton      b: November 1877
.........            +Ida Nancy HANEY      b: July 1881      m: 1899
................ 3       Garland Melton      b: 1902
................ 3       Arlin Melton      b: 1905
................ 3       Rilla Melton      b: 1907
................ 3       Opal Melton      b: 1909 +Carl HARE      m: July 25, 1928 Izard Co., Arkansas

Joel Dillard Melton (b. aug1827 TN-d.AR) married ca1853 a Mary M.?(b.TN-d.AR),children:
1.Maranda (b.oct1854 KY) married William SUGGS (b.nov1853 MI),no children
2.Sarah (b.?) married Monroe MOSS
3.William Presley (b.feb1870 Izard Co.AR-d.22jun1935 Izard Co.AR) married ca1893-Izard Co.AR Georgia M. DAVIS (b.jan1877 AR)and ahd children:
a.John W. "Johnny" MELTON (b.feb1894 AR) married May DOWNIE.
b.James A. MELTON (b.aug1896-d.1903 AR)
c.Jessie MELTON (b.03nov1900 AR-d.1977 AR) married Grady Olene DOCKINS (b.06june 1905 AR)(father Walter Loren DOCKINS (b.feb1879-d.1899),(son of Barto G. & Louise V. DOCKINS)mother Dora/Dory HICKS (b.dec1885 AR).
d.Lavada MELTON (b.29may1905 Izard Co.AR-d. Yakima WA) married Theral Marshall JONES son of Henry Bennett JONES and Phoebe LANGSTON of Izard Co.AR. Henry Bennett JONES is the son of Alexander JONES and Liza Jane REYNOLDS. Alexander B.? JONES is the son of Thorton B. JONES & Sarah (Jerden) Ann Bennett. Theral & Lavada had 6-7 children one of which is Orba (Aubrey) Daryl JONES who married Delores Faye FORD the dau. of Oyed and Edith THOMASSON FORD.
     
Children of A
NSEL MELTON and MARY HUFFMAN are:
229. i.   ELISHA19 MELTON, SR., b. Abt. 1790, Moore Co., N.C.; d. Aft. 1842, Cannon Co., TN.
230. ii.   JAMES MELTON, b. December 20, 1794, Moore Co, NC.
231. iii.   WILLIAM J. MELTON, SR., b. November 28, 1795, Moore Co, NC; d. 1859, TN.
232. iv.   JACOB M. MELTON, b. Abt. 1799, Moore Co., N.C.; d. October 1871, Christian County, MO.
233. v.   JOHN A. MELTON, b. September 27, 1800, Moore Co, NC; d. July 18, 1896, Gassaway, Cannon County, Tenn // buried Beech Hill Cem..
234. vi.   MARY "POLLY" MELTON, b. Abt. 1803, Moore Co, NC; d. Cannon Co., TN.
235. vii.   AUSTIN MELTON, b. February 08, 1805, Raleigh, Moore Co., N.C.; d. March 18, 1893, Lebanon, Laclede Co., Mo // on his farm.
236. viii.   JOEL DILLARD MELTON, b. Abt. 1807, Moore County, N.C.; d. Abt. 1854, Mountain Grove, Wright Co., MO // buried Stubbs Cem, Texas Co., Mo..
237. ix.   JESSIE "DOC" MELTON, b. Abt. 1809, Warren Co., TN; d. 1891, TN.


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