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Descendants of Luke Landers


12. WILLIAM NELSON3 PAGE (DELILA "DILLY"2 LANDERS, LUKE1) was born September 11, 1790 in Columbia County, Georgia. He married MARY LANDERS December 22, 1815 in Columbia County, Georgia, daughter of JOHN LANDERS and LUCY JOHNSTON. She was born September 05, 1791, and died Unknown.

Notes for W
ILLIAM NELSON PAGE:
1812 Pension application in Columbia County, Georgia
     
Child is listed above under (9) Mary Landers.


13. NANCY3 CARTLEDGE (DELILA "DILLY"2 LANDERS, LUKE1) was born 1792, and died February 1879. She married (1) WILLIAM BROWN. She married (2) JOHN T. DUDLEY.

More About N
ANCY CARTLEDGE:
Burial: Frankfort Cemetery, Texas
     
Children of N
ANCY CARTLEDGE and WILLIAM BROWN are:
  i.   FRANCIS4 BROWN.
  ii.   DANIEL BROWN.
     
Children of NANCY CARTLEDGE and JOHN DUDLEY are:
  iii.   WILLIAM4 DUDLEY, b. Moore County, Tennessee.
  iv.   JOHN S. DUDLEY, b. Moore County, Tennessee; d. 1863, Kill in Civil War at Chancellorsville; m. MARTHA CAROLINE MAPLES; d. 1873.
  Notes for JOHN S. DUDLEY:
John S. moved to Woodville, Jackson Co AL, married and had two surviving children. He enlisted in the Confederate army, and his mother Nancy moved to AL to help with the farm and the children. In 1863, John S. was killed at Chancellorsville and at some point Nancy moved to TX, where the other three
sons had moved. Record shows that she died Feb 1879 and is buried at Frankfort Cemetery. After the death in 1873 of Martha Caroline Maples Dudley, widow of John S., the two surviving children also moved to Collin Co, TX.

  More About JOHN S. DUDLEY:
Military service: Confederate Soldier

  Notes for MARTHA CAROLINE MAPLES:
After the death in 1873 of Martha Caroline Maples Dudley, widow of John S., the two surviving children moved to Collin County, Texas.

  v.   NICHOLAS DUDLEY, b. Moore County, Tennessee.
  vi.   VIRGIL DUDLEY, b. Moore County, Tennessee.
  vii.   ELIZABETH DUDLEY, b. 1828, Columbia County, Georgia.


14. SAMUEL3 CARTLEDGE (DELILA "DILLY"2 LANDERS, LUKE1) was born March 28, 1795 in Columbia County, Georgia, and died January 16, 1846. He married AGNES WEAKLY GROVES November 16, 1815 in Madison County, Georgia, daughter of STEPHEN GROVES and ISABELLE WEAKLEY. She was born August 15, 1792 in Wilkes County, (now Madison) Georgia, and died October 25, 1854.

Notes for S
AMUEL CARTLEDGE:





More About S
AMUEL CARTLEDGE:
Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Cemetery, Paoli (Madison), Georgia

More About A
GNES WEAKLY GROVES:
Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Cemetery, Paoli (Madison), Georgia
     
Children of S
AMUEL CARTLEDGE and AGNES GROVES are:
30. i.   GROVES HARRISON4 CARTLEDGE, b. February 15, 1820, Madison County, Georgia; d. July 05, 1899, Bold Springs, Franklin County, Georgia.
  ii.   ELIZABETH WEAKLY CARTLEDGE, b. October 13, 1817, Madison County, Georgia; d. December 23, 1860, Madison County, Georgia.
  iii.   MARY JANE CARTLEDGE, b. November 1821, Madison County, Georgia; d. October 15, 1893, Hart County, Georgia; m. SAMUEL THOMPSON, December 19, 1844, Madison County, Georgia; b. February 18, 1824, Madison County, Georgia; d. April 01, 1862, Civil War.
  iv.   WILLIAM M. CARTLEDGE, b. January 29, 1824, Georgia; d. May 06, 1893, Madison County, Georgia; m. ELIZABETH JANE MCCURDY, September 28, 1848, Madison County, Georgia; b. December 26, 1823, Georgia; d. August 05, 1893, Madison County, Georgia.
  Notes for WILLIAM M. CARTLEDGE:
Census: 1880 Brookline, Madison Co., Georgia Page 14C



  More About WILLIAM M. CARTLEDGE:
Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Cemetery, Paoli, Madison Co., Georgia

  More About ELIZABETH JANE MCCURDY:
Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Cemetery, Paoli, Madison Co., Georgia

  v.   STEPHEN CICERO CARTLEDGE, b. Abt. 1826, Georgia; d. May 21, 1862, Goldsboro, North Carolina; m. MARY FRANCES GARTHRIGHT, September 30, 1851, Clark County, Georgia.
  vi.   JOHN LANDERS CARTLEDGE, b. January 29, 1828, Newton County, Georgia; d. December 30, 1910, Athens, Clarke County, Georgia; m. (1) CYNTHIA ANN MCCURDY; m. (2) CYNTHIA ANN MCCURDY, December 24, 1850, New Hope Presbyterian Church, Madison Co., Georgia; b. October 01, 1825, Madison County, Georgia; d. January 17, 1883, Madison County, Georgia.
  Notes for JOHN LANDERS CARTLEDGE:
Census: 1880 Danielsville, Madison Co., Georgia Page 81D



  More About JOHN LANDERS CARTLEDGE:
Burial: Mizpah Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Center, Jackson Co., Georgia

  More About CYNTHIA ANN MCCURDY:
Burial: New Hope Presbyterian Cemetery, Paoli, Madison Co., Georgia

  vii.   MARTHA N. CARTLEDGE, b. 1830, Madison County, Georgia; d. Abt. November 12, 1891, Bowman, Elbert County, Georgia; m. WILLIS J. DUDLEY, May 29, 1851, New Hope Presbyterian Church, Madison Co., Georgia; b. Abt. 1831, Georgia.
  viii.   DILLAH AMANDA CARTLEDGE, b. March 20, 1832, Madison County, Georgia; m. JOHN ALEXANDER JOHNSON, November 09, 1854; b. July 18, 1826, Elbert County, Georgia; d. June 04, 1913, Mountain City, Rabun County, Georgia.
  ix.   JOSEPH WILSON CARTLEDGE, b. November 03, 1834, Franklin County, Georgia; d. April 05, 1888, Dahlonega, Lumpkin County, Georgia; m. HARRIET C. ALEXANDER, November 25, 1856, Franklin County, Georgia; b. 1836; d. 1906.


15. DAVID P.3 ROBERTS (DELILA "DILLY"2 LANDERS, LUKE1) was born 1784 in Chester, South Carolina, and died July 07, 1837 in Calhoun (Benton) County, Alabama. He married ELIZABETH PAGE February 06, 1818 in Columbia County, Georgia (Source: Columbia County Marriage Book A, 1807-1829, p115), daughter of BENJAMIN PAGE and DELILA LANDERS. She was born May 19, 1788 in Columbia County, Georgia, and died March 05, 1872 in Calhoun (Benton) County, Alabama.

Notes for D
AVID P. ROBERTS:
The Calhoun County Courthouse had been destroyed by fire twice, 1861 and 1865.
This has hampered the genealogy research on this family.

David P. Roberts was born 1784 in Chester, South Carolina, and died January 1838 in Calhoun (Benton) County, Alabama (Source: Old Records of Estates & Administration, Benton County, Alabama. Vol.V, pp. 71-74.)

David P. Roberts' Date of Birth and Death; 1784 - July 7, 1837
Source: Roberts Family Bible printed by John Holbrook, Brattleborough, Vermont in the year 1816
which was in the possession of Emmett Macon Landers in 1931.

Married on the 26th February, 1818, David Roberts, in the thirty fourth year of his age , to Elizabeth Spalding, in the 30th year of her age.

Migrated from Columbia County, Georgia to Gwinnett County, Georgia and then to Benton (Calhoun County, Alabama.

CENSUS YEAR: 1820 State: GA County: Columbia Page 28

CENSUS YEAR: 1830 State: GA County: Gwinnett Microfilm#: M19-17 Enumerator: Shadrach Bogan
Name of Head of Family
PG# 335 LN# 19 LAST NAME Roberts FIRST NAME David P.
Number of 6 Males:
Ages 0-5: 1, Ages 5-10: 2, Ages 10-15: 1, Ages 20-30: 1, Ages 40-50:1.
Number of 4 Females:
Ages 0-5: 2, , Ages 20-30: 1, Ages 40-50:1.
Number of 2 Male Slaves:
Ages 0-10: 1, Ages 10-24:1
Number of 3 Female Slaves:
Ages 0-10: 1, Ages 10-24:1, Ages 36-55: 1.
Total for Household: 15

CENSUS YEAR: 1840 State: Alabama County: Benton Page 29
CENSUS YEAR: 1850 State: Alabama County: Benton Page 359A Line 2 Dwelling 421



............................................David P. Roberts' Last Will and Testament........................................
Source:
"Old Records of Estates and Administration" Benton, (now Calhoun) County, Alabama,
Volume V, Pages 71-74

In the name of God Amen. I DP Roberts of the County of Benton and State of Alabama considering the mortality of man and finding myself weakning but sound in mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in maner following.

In the first place I give my Soul to God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be laid away as my friends may think proper in a Christian manner. As to my estate and property I possess I dispose of as follows. My will and desire is that all my just debs be paid. I lend to my beloved wife one negro woman named Charlotte one third part of the land on which I now live, one cow and calf, one horse and saddle, one bed, one sow and pigs, which propery she is to have during her natural life and then return to my children and be equally divided among them.

My desire is that all the rest of my property remain as it now is until the youngest child becomes of the age of twenty one each child to receive equal portion of schooling and then to be equally divided among my children to wit Wm. P. Roberts, Littleton J. Roberts, Henry S. Roberts, Sarahann P. Roberts, Luke R. Roberts, Julia C. Roberts, John L. Roberts.

Last I do appoint John Roberts and Wm. P. Roberts executors to this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterly disannull revoke and make void all and every other will and testament legaces and bequests by me made before ratifying and confirming this and no other to bbe my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this 24 March 1837.
Signed and sealed in presence of us:
John Landers
Abr Landers
Philip Sieber
D.P. Roberts (Seal)

Source:
Cherokee County Historian, CATHRINE C. MANN, (Mrs. robert N. Mann) of Cedar Bluff, Alabama.
I, DeCody Brad Marble visited Cathrine Mann on 27 February 1988. I was visiting the cemeteries and taking photos of ROBERT ancestors' tombstones. I stopped in Cedar Bluff and discussed ROBERTS/WEBB lineage with Cathrine. Mrs. Mann was the greatest influence, helper, and guide to me. She corrected alot of my material; I was just a real amateur at genealogy research. Written correspondence from her, dated 27 Feb. 1986 & 11 Feb. 1988, is very well typed and organized. When I visited Mrs. Mann, she had many file cabinets, and she immediately retrieved my file, which included all the written correspondence between us. She was truly a professional historian and genealogist, organized and knowledgeable. Most impressive individual I've met on all my genealogy adventures.

Notes for E
LIZABETH PAGE:
Elizabeth Page Spaulding Roberts
widow of ______ Spaulding, son of Henry Spauding
..................................................................................................
1817, July 1st Last Will and Testament of Henry Spaulding
Henry Spaulding, for love, goodwill and affection, to my cousin, William Page, on Little River, farmer:
A negro named Martha, about two years old. To Elizabeth Spaulding, dau-in-law-widow, and to heirs of her body. I fno heir, to William Page, her brother, a tract of land wheron she now lives, 200 acres more or less.
Source: Georgia Pioneers, Columbia County, Georgia Early Court Records,
Albany, N. D. Page 38. Gr 929.3G Augusta Regional Library
......................................................................................................

Census:
1840 Benton County, Alabama
Roberts, Elizabeth
in dwelling a female age 70 & under 80 (could be Delila Landers Roberts)

1850 Benton County, Alabama,
Family # age birth occup. value of estate
421
Roberts, Elizabeth 63 GA. $2000
John L. 16 GA. carpenter
Luke R. 24 GA. farmer
Case (fem) 17 GA.
     
Children are listed above under (11) Elizabeth Page.



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