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John Royall was born 1521 in Essex, England., and died date unknown.

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Generation No. 1



1. JOHN1 ROYALL was born 1521 in Essex, England.

Notes for JOHN ROYALL:

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12060 i. Joseph ROYALL. ii. Sarah ROYALL was born in 1552 in,,, ENGLAND.



Child of JOHN ROYALL is:

2. i. JOSEPH2 ROYALL, b. 1550, London, London, Eng; d. 1615, London, London, Eng.



Generation No. 2



2. JOSEPH2 ROYALL (JOHN1) was born 1550 in London, London, Eng, and died 1615 in London, London, Eng. He married ANGELINE Abt. 1598 in London, London, Eng.. She was born 1550 in London, England.

Notes for JOSEPH ROYALL:



Children of JOSEPH ROYALL and ANGELINE are:

i. WILLIAM3 ROYALL, b. 1580, London, London, England.

ii. ROGER ROYALL, b. 1582, London, London, England; d. James City, Va..

iii. HENRY ROYALL, b. 1584, London, London, England.

iv. JOHN ROYALL, b. 1586, London, London, England.

3. v. JOSEPH ROYALL, b. 1600, ENGLAND; d. March 10, 1654/55, England.

vi. UNKNOWN ROYALL, b. Abt. 1604, Eng..

vii. ROYALL, b. 1604, , , England.

viii. UNKNOWN ROYALL, b. Abt. 1606, Eng..

ix. ROYALL, b. 1606, , , England.



Generation No. 3



3. JOSEPH3 ROYALL (JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1600 in ENGLAND, and died March 10, 1654/55 in England. He married KATHARINE BANKS Abt. 1645 in Henrico Co., Va., daughter of CHRISTOPHER BANKS. She was born WFT Est. 1596-1616 in CANTERBURY ENGLAND, and died December 01, 1686 in , , Henrico, Va.

Notes for JOSEPH ROYALL:

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Joseph Royall, aged 20 years came to Virginia in the CHARITIE in July of 1622. He landed at J amestown. (In March 1622 the Indians had killed 347 colonists). Joseph survived an outbreak o f "burning fever" which killed 500 colonists in 1622. The following year he was living in Cha rles City Co. Joseph transported people to Virginia, meaning that he arranged for and paid fo r their passage and by doing so was given "headrights" to several thousand acres of land on t he James River in an area known as Turkey Island and the Curles on the James. On 8/15/1637 h e received 300 acres of land in Henrico Co on Turkey Island Creek: "fifty acres for transport ing his own person, 50 acres for first wife Thomasin, 50 acres for now wife Ann, 50 acres fo r brother Henry Royall, and 100 acres for two" others. He received 200 acres in Charles Cit y Co for transporting four people the next year. In 1642 he received 600 more acres there fo r transporting twelve people including third wife Katherine Banks. Joseph's younger brother H enry settled in Charles City Co and also transported immigrants Joseph's plantation eventually grew to 1,100 acres, and by August, 1637, he was a large landowner and had built a mansio n at his plantation on the north side of the James River, called Doghams, named after the Fre nch river D'Augham.

Doghams lay above the plantation, "Shirley", opposite Hopewell, VA, about 20 miles east of Va rina. They lived in Henrico Co, VA, at Turkey Island. "This was an excellent location on th e James River where ships from England plied the wide river bringing cargoes of fine china, s ilver, furniture, stylish clothing, and supplies. These products the captains exchanged for t obacco, furs, and wood products." By 1690 Capt. Joseph Royall Jr. owned over 3,000 acres in t he Henrico Co, VA, area including 2,827 acres he earned "for transporting 57 Negroes." Dogham s remained in the Royall family for more than 200 years and still stands on the old road betw een Richmond and Williamsburg.

Joseph Royal Sr. was dead by March 10, 1665. He and Katherine Banks Royall had at least thre e children, whose names are known; Joseph Royall Jr, Sarah Royall, who married John Wilkinson , and Katherine Royall who married Richard Perrin. (He also may have been the father of Willi am, Richard And Henry as well as a daughter who married Richard Dennis And another daugher wh o married Machel Marshall. When Joseph died in about 1665, Katherine was a wealthy woman an d married a second time to Henry Isham, Sr. of Bermueda Hundred Plantation in Virginia. Accor ding to custom, Joseph Royall's estate became the property of the new husband. Henry Isham ad ded another wing onto the residence which was enhanced with tall pines and an English Flowe r Garden and was enclosed within a white picket fence. Katherine and Henry Isham were the lea ders of Virginia Society at that time. They had three children together. Mary , who married W illiam Randolph , Anne who married Francis Eppes and Henry Isham, Jr who died as a young unma rried man; he was lost at sea. In his will dated 11/13/1678, her son left Katherine, his moth er one third of his property which was in both VA and England. Through this second marrriage , Katherine is the direct ancestor of Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall. Katherine's daughte r Mary Isham was a much-courted belle in the scattered plantation society of the region. Sh e was a charming young lady, known to play a musical instrument called a cittern. William Ran dolph married Mary Isham and they have been called the "Adam and Eve of Virginia".

Social Life in Virginia in the 17th Century by P.A. Bruce, The Wm and Mary Quarterly

Notes for KATHARINE BANKS:

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Social Life in Virginia in the 17th Century by P.A. Bruce, The Wm and Mary Quarterly Historic al Magazine 1915 pp 116-142, The Virginia Dynasties by

Will of Katherine Royall Isham

Wills of Henrico Co Va.

To Grandson William Randolph, L 20, To Grandson Henry Randolph, L5 To grandaughter Mary Rando lph and Elizabeth Randolph, each [but leaves out the amount] All such money is now in hands o f son in law William Randolph. Residue of money in hands of my son in law William Randolph t o go to my daughters Mary Randolph and Anne Epes equally. The above two daughters to divide w hat is in my trunk and each to have two silver salt cellars. To Mary Randolph, my wedding rin g, best featherbed, my best silver tankard, and 15 shillings to buy mourning ring To grandso n Joseph Royal, one servant named John Townes, for the time hehas to serve, and my small silv er tankard To every child of my son Royall, two silver spoonsTo loving son Joseph Royal, my b est Tankard. To grandson Richard Dennis, one of best cows and 2 silver spoons. To grandson Is ham epes, my negro man Dick. To grandson Francis epes, my best silver tankard but one. To Chi ld my daughter Anne Epes now goes with,my largest silver porringer and great cupp. My seale d ring, great hoop ring, pair of silver clasps and silver bodkin to daughter Anne Epes. To gr andson Richard Perrin, 1 feather bed and furniture. To granddaughter Sarah Royal, a yearlin g heifer. To grandaughters Katherine Farrar, Mary*, Sarah, and Anne Perrin each 2 silver spoo ns and to Katherine Farrar, l guinney, and to Anne Perrin, one silver porringer. To grandaugh ter Sarah Dennis, 2 silver spoons and 1 pr. of dowlass sheets. To 2 daughters Sarah Wilkinso n and Katherine Perrin*. all my wearing clothes. To loving friend Mary Parker, 6 ells of bes t dowlass and as much of finest serge to make a gown and petticoat To granson Maiden Marshall , 1 heifer, two years old. To my son Joseph Royall, all my land. All my crop of corn to the e xecutors, except enough to buy 2 gravestones one to cover me and other my dec'd dear husban d All the rest to be divided between my four children: Sarah Wilkinson, Joseph Royall, Kather ine Perrin* and Anne Epes, and to each 15 shillings for mourning ring. Executors: son Josep h Royall and son in law Francis Epes. My body to be buried near my dear husband on my own pla ntation.

Dated Oct. 10, 1686

Wit: John Worsham, Nath. Hill, Littlebury Epes

Probated Dec 1, 1686



Children of JOSEPH ROYALL and KATHARINE BANKS are:

i. JOSEPH4 ROYALL.

ii. DAUGHTER ROYALL.

iii. SARAH ROYALL.

iv. DAUGHTER ROYALL.

4. v. KATHERINE ROYALL, b. WFT Est. 1621-1650, Henrico County, Va; d. WFT Est. 1657-1732, Henrico Co, Va.

vi. SARAH ROYALL, b. 1634, Of, Henrico Co, Virginia.

vii. SARAH ROYALL, b. 1634, Of, Henrico Co, Virginia.

viii. MISS ROYALL, b. Abt. 1636, Va..

ix. MISS ROYALL, b. Abt. 1636, Va..

x. ROYALL, b. 1636, Henrico Co, Va.

xi. ROYALL, b. 1636, Henrico Co, Va.

xii. MISS ROYALL, b. Abt. 1638, Doghams, Charles City, Va; d. Bef. 1686.

xiii. MISS ROYALL, b. Abt. 1638, Doghams, Charles City, Va; d. Bef. 1686.

xiv. ROYALL, b. 1638, , Henrico, Va.

xv. ROYALL, b. 1638, , Henrico, Va.

5. xvi. KATHERINE ROYALL, b. Abt. 1642, Henrico County, VA; d. October 10, 1686, Henrico Co, Va.

xvii. JOSEPH JUNIOR ROYAL, b. 1646, Doghams, Charles City, Va; d. May 07, 1722, Henrico, Va, Va.

xviii. JOSEPH JUNIOR ROYAL, b. 1646, Doghams, Charles City, Va; d. May 07, 1722, Henrico, Va, Va.

xix. ROYALL, b. 1648, , , Virginia.

xx. ROYALL, b. 1648, , , Virginia.

xxi. ROYALL, b. 1650, , , Virginia.

xxii. ROYALL, b. 1650, , , Virginia.

xxiii. SARAH ROYALL, b. 1652, Doghams, Charles City, Va; d. February 04, 1688/89, , Charles City, Va.

xxiv. SARAH ROYALL, b. 1652, Doghams, Charles City, Va; d. February 04, 1688/89, , Charles City, Va.

xxv. LITTLEBERRY ROYALL, b. 1656, Henrico, Va.

xxvi. LITTLEBERRY ROYALL, b. 1656, Henrico, Va.



Generation No. 4



4. KATHERINE4 ROYALL (JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born WFT Est. 1621-1650 in Henrico County, Va, and died WFT Est. 1657-1732 in Henrico Co, Va. She married RICHARD PERRIN WFT Est. 1652-1691. He was born WFT Est. 1613-1653, and died WFT Est. 1657-1734.



Child of KATHERINE ROYALL and RICHARD PERRIN is:

6. i. SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, b. WFT Est. 1657-1679; d. WFT Est. 1700-1768.

5. KATHERINE4 ROYALL (JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1642 in Henrico County, VA, and died October 10, 1686 in Henrico Co, Va. She married RICHARD PERRIN Abt. 1657 in Of, Henrico Co, Virginia, son of THOMAS PERRIN and UNKNOWN. He was born 1637 in New Kent Co., VA, and died April 01, 1695 in St. James Parish, Goochland, Virginia.

Notes for KATHERINE ROYALL:

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Katherine ROYALL was born in 1630 in , , Virginia. She died on 10Oct1686.She was bapt i z e d into the LDS church on 13 Jul 1935 in theLogan,UtahLDS temple. She was endowed o n 1 2 A p r 1937. She was sealedtoparentsSUBMITTED. She has Ancestral File number N03N-M1. Fr o m Anc estralFile(TM), data as of 2 January 1996. ii. Sarah ROYALL was born in1634in VA..S h e w a s baptized into the LDS church SUBMITTED. ShewasendowedSUBMITTED. She was sealed to p a ren t s SUBMITTED. ShehasAncestral Filenumber 42P7-7L. From Ancestral File (TM), data a s o f 2J anuary 1996.iii. ROYALL was born in 1636 in Henrico Co, VA. Shewasbaptized into theL D S c h urch on 26 Feb 1992 in the Salt Lake City,UtahLDS temple. Shewas endowed on 15 Dec 1 9 9 2 i n the Salt Lake City,UtahLDS temple. Shewas sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She has Ance s t ra lFilenumber N03N-N6.From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.iv.Miss RO Y A L L wasborn about 1636 in VA.. She has Ancestral Filenumber42P7-6F. FromAncestral File ( T M ) , data as of 2 January 1996. v.ROYALLwas born in1638 in , , Virginia. She was endo w e d o n 28 Oct 1992in theDallas,Texas LDS temple. She was baptized into the LDS church SUBM IT TED. Shewas sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She has Ancestral FilenumberN03N-PC.From Ances t r a l File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. vi.MissROYALL wasborn about 1638 in VA.. S h e h a s Ancestral Filenumber42P7-58. FromAncestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 3 0 1 5v ii.KatherineROYALL. viii. Joseph ROYALL [CAPTAIN] was bornin1646 inHenr i c o , VA. He died in 1732 in Henrico, Va, VA. He wasbaptizedintothe LDS church SUBMITTE D . H e w as endowed SUBMITTED. He wassealedtoparents SUBMITTED. He has Ancestral File numb e r 42P 7-4 3.FromAncestralFile (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. ix. ROYALL was bornin164 8 i n , , V irginia. She was baptized into the LDS church on 26Feb1992 in theSalt Lake City , Uta h L D S temple. She was endowed on 15Dec1992 in theSalt Lake City, Utah LDS temple. Sh e wa s sea l ed toparentsSUBMITTED.She has Ancestral File number N03N-QJ. From AncestralFile( TM) , da t a asof 2 January 1996. x. ROYALL was born in 1650 in ,,Virginia. She wasendowe d o n 5 M a r 1992 in the Jordan River, UtahLDStemple. She wasbaptized into the LDS church SU BMI TTE D . She wassealedto parentsSUBMITTED. She has Ancestral File number N03N-RP. FromAnce st ra l File(TM), data as of 2 January 1996. xi. Sarah ROYALL wasborn in1652 in ,Henric o C o , V irginia. She was endowed on 19 Aug 1992in theDallas,Texas LDS temple. She was bapti z e d int o the LDSchurchSUBMITTED. Shewas sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She has Ancestral Fi l enumbe r N03N-SV.From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.xii.LittleberryROY A L L wa s born in 1656 in Henrico, VA. He was baptizedintothe LDSchurch SUBMITTED. He was en d o we d SUBMITTED. He was sealedtoparentsSUBMITTED. He has Ancestral File number 42P7-8R. F r o m AncestralFile(TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

Notes for RICHARD PERRIN:

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i. Richard PERRIN was born about 1661 in Of , New Kent Co., VA. Hediedin1711. He was ba p t i zed into the LDS church on 16 May 1939. Hewasendowedon 8 Sep 1939. He was sealed to par e n t s on 21 Apr 1958 intheSalt LakeCity, Utah LDS temple. He has Ancestral File number H7ZN - X K.He wasburied in Henrico Co, VA. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of2January199 6 . i i . Katherine PERRIN was born in 1667 in Henrico Co.,VA..Shedied after 16 May 1748 in G o och l and Co, VA. She was baptizedintotheLDS church on 2 Apr 1937. She was endowed on 16 A p r 19 3 7. Shewassealedto parents on 21 Apr 1958 in the Salt Lake City, Utah LDStemple.Sh e h a sA ncestral File number 8JBC-F5. From Ancestral File (TM),data asof 2January 1996. iii . S a ra h PERRIN was born about 1669 in Of ,NewKentCo., VA. She died in 1711 in , New Kent C o , V ir ginia. Shewasbaptizedinto the LDS church on 24 Jun 1957. She was endowed on 9Oct195 7 . S h ewas sealed to parents on 21 Apr 1958 in the Salt LakeCity,Utah LDStemple. She has An c es t ral File number H7ZP-0V. She wasburiedin ,Henrico, VA. From Ancestral File (TM), da t a a s o f 2 January1996.iv.Richard PERRIN was born about 1669 in . S he h asAncestral File number X917-35. From Ancestral File (TM), data asof2January 1996 . v . A n n PERRIN was born in 1671 in Of , New KentCo.,VA.She was baptized into the LDS chur c h o n 2 4 Jun 1957. She wasendowedon27 Sep 1957. She was sealed to parents on 21 Apr 195 8 i n th e SaltLakeCity, Utah LDS temple. She has Ancestral File numberH7ZP-12.FromAncestra l Fi l e (T M), data as of 2 January 1996. 1507 vi.MaryPERRIN. vii. Katherine PERRI N w a s b orn about 1673 in <,King& QueenCo., VA.>. She has Ancestral File number QKQ9-VW. Fr o m A ncestralFile(TM), data as of 2 January 1996. viii. Richard PERRIN was bornabout1673 i n , N e w Kent, VA. He was baptized into the LDS church on 16May1939.He was endowed on 8 S e p 193 9 . He was sealed to parents on 21Apr1958 inthe Salt Lake City, Utah LDS temple. He h a s Anc e stralFilenumberQKQ9-X8. From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.



Children of KATHERINE ROYALL and RICHARD PERRIN are:

7. i. MARY5 PERRIN, b. New Kent, Henrico Co., VA; d. New Kent, Henrico Co., VA.

8. ii. MARY PERRIN, b. New Kent, Henrico, Virginia; d. New Kent, Henrico, Virginia.

iii. CATHERINE PERRIN, b. Abt. 1660, Of, Henrico Co, Virginia; d. Aft. 1748, Of, Henrico Co, Virginia.

iv. RICHARD PERRIN, b. Abt. 1661, New Kent, Henrico, Virginia; d. 1711, , , Virginia.

v. KATHERINE PERRIN, b. 1667, Farrar's Island, Henrico, Virginia; d. Aft. May 16, 1748, Goochland Co, Va.

vi. RICHARD PERRIN, b. Abt. 1669, .

vii. SARAH PERRIN, b. Abt. 1669, Of, New Kent Co., Va; d. 1711, , New Kent Co, Virginia.

viii. ANN PERRIN, b. 1671, New Kent, Henrico, Virginia.

ix. RICHARD PERRIN, b. Abt. 1673, , New Kent, Va.

x. THOMAS PERRIN, b. Abt. 1679, <, Henrico, Virginia>.

xi. ELIZA PERRIN, b. Abt. 1681, <, Henrico, Virginia>.



Generation No. 5



6. SARA PERRIN5 COCKE (KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born WFT Est. 1657-1679, and died WFT Est. 1700-1768. She married WILLIAM COCKE 1695, son of THOMAS COCKE and AGNES POWELL. He was born Abt. 1670 in Henrico Co. VA, and died 1717 in Henrico Co. VA 940111.01C.



Child of SARA COCKE and WILLIAM COCKE is:

9. i. TEMPERANCE COCKE6 BAILEY, b. WFT Est. 1687-1710; d. WFT Est. 1742-1798.

7. MARY5 PERRIN (KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born in New Kent, Henrico Co., VA, and died in New Kent, Henrico Co., VA. She married "CAPTAIN" ROBERT NAPIER, son of PATRICK NAPIER and ELIZABETH BOOTH. He was born in New Kent, Henrico Co., VA, and died Abt. 1625 in New Kent, Henrico Co., VA.



Child of MARY PERRIN and "CAPTAIN" NAPIER is:

10. i. KATHERINE6 NAPIER, b. 1673, England; d. Bef. 1750.

8. MARY5 PERRIN (KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born in New Kent, Henrico, Virginia, and died in New Kent, Henrico, Virginia. She married ROBERT NAPIER October 08, 1688 in Henrico Co., Va., son of PATRICK NAPIER and ELIZABETH BOOTH. He was born 1660 in Of, New Kent County, Va, and died in , New Kent Co., Virginia.



Children of MARY PERRIN and ROBERT NAPIER are:

11. i. KATHERINE6 NAPIER, b. Abt. 1651, Northumberland Co, VA; d. Bef. 1750.

ii. RENE NAPIER, b. 1690, , New Kent Co., Va; d. October 30, 1750, , Goochland, Virginia.

iii. PATRICK NAPIER, b. 1691, , New Kent Co., Va.

iv. BOOTH NAPIER, b. February 01, 1691/92, , New Kent Co., Va; d. February 21, 1780, , Goochland, Va.

v. FRANCES NAPIER, b. February 05, 1693/94, St. Peter's Par., New Kent County, Virginia; d. 1775, , Fluvanna, Virginia.

vi. ROBERT JR. NAPIER, b. September 16, 1697, St. Peter's Par., New Kent County, Virginia; d. January 05, 1763, , Albermarle, Virginia.

vii. RENE NAPIER, b. Abt. 1702, <, New Kent Co., Va>.

viii. SOUTH NAPIER, b. 1702, , New Kent Co., Va.

ix. ELIZABETH NAPIER, b. October 25, 1704, St. Peter's Par., New Kent County, Virginia; d. Aft. July 19, 1757.

x. REVE NAPIER, b. Abt. 1708, , Of Kaut, Virginia; d. 1751.

xi. JOHN NAPIER, b. Abt. 1710, , Of Kaut, Virginia.

xii. PATRICK NAPIER, b. February 01, 1712/13, , Of Kaut, Virginia; d. August 23, 1774, , Albemarle, Va.



Generation No. 6



9. TEMPERANCE COCKE6 BAILEY (SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born WFT Est. 1687-1710, and died WFT Est. 1742-1798. She married ABRAHAM BAILEY, JR. WFT Est. 1725-1755, son of ABRAHAM BAILEY, SR.. He was born Abt. 1694 in Henrico Co. VA, and died Abt. 1774 in Henrico Co. VA.



Children of TEMPERANCE BAILEY and ABRAHAM BAILEY are:

i. DAVID7 BAILEY, b. WFT Est. 1715-1744; d. WFT Est. 1721-1823.

ii. HENRY BAILEY, b. 1721; d. WFT Est. 1722-1811.

iii. JOSEPH BAILEY, b. 1725; d. WFT Est. 1726-1815.

12. iv. ROGER COCKE BAILEY, b. Abt. 1727; d. 1785.

v. PETER BAILEY, b. 1729; d. 1785.

vi. TEMPERANCE BAILEY, b. 1731; d. WFT Est. 1732-1825.

vii. ABRAHAM BAILEY III, b. 1733; d. WFT Est. 1734-1823.

viii. THOMAS COCKE BAILEY, b. 1740, 831105.26; d. WFT Est. 1741-1830.

10. KATHERINE6 NAPIER (MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1673 in England, and died Bef. 1750. She married JOHN ADAMS.

Notes for JOHN ADAMS:

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John (emigrant) settled in 1677 brought over by George Brent.



Child of KATHERINE and JOHN ADAMS is:

13. i. JOHN7 ADAMS, SR., b. Massachusettes; d. 1754, Fairfax County, VA.

11. KATHERINE6 NAPIER (MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1651 in Northumberland Co, VA, and died Bef. 1750. She married (1) JOHN ADAMS Abt. 1672. He was born Abt. 1705 in Church Hill, Fairfax, Va, and died 1725 in , Stafford, Va. She married (2) JOHN ADAMS Abt. 1687 in Virginia, USA, son of JOHN ADAMS. He was born Abt. 1642 in England, and died 1725 in Hunting Creek, Stafford, Virginia, USA.

Notes for KATHERINE NAPIER:

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TITL McCutcheon McMillan Files

AUTH McMillan, Tessy B.

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AUTH Michael Napier (from Richard Rodgers to Sherry Rosen)

rich@beldar.com

clannapier@mail.icnet.net

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Notes for JOHN ADAMS:

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TITL McCutcheon McMillan Files

AUTH McMillan, Tessy B.

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TITL Clan Napier in North America

AUTH Michael Napier (from Richard Rodgers to Sherry Rosen)

rich@beldar.com

clannapier@mail.icnet.net

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TITL Clan Napier in North America

AUTH Michael Napier (from Richard Rodgers to Sherry Rosen)

rich@beldar.com

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May have been born in Northumberland, Virginia, USA



Child of KATHERINE NAPIER and JOHN ADAMS is:

i. JOHN7 ADAMS, b. Abt. 1673, , Stafford, Va; d. , Fairfax, Va.



Children of KATHERINE NAPIER and JOHN ADAMS are:

14. ii. JOHN7 ADAMS JR., b. Abt. 1673, Stafford, Virginia, USA; d. Abt. 1751, Fairfax, Virginia, USA.

iii. GABRIEL ADAMS, b. 1692, Fairfax, Virginia, USA.

Notes for GABRIEL ADAMS:

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TITL Clan Napier in North America

AUTH Michael Napier (from Richard Rodgers to Sherry Rosen)

rich@beldar.com

clannapier@mail.icnet.net

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Generation No. 7



12. ROGER COCKE7 BAILEY (TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1727, and died 1785. He married MOURNING HOSKINS PETERS BAILEY, OR PETTUS WFT Est. 1758-1779. She was born WFT Est. 1719-1744, and died WFT Est. 1776-1834.



Children of ROGER BAILEY and MOURNING BAILEY are:

i. THOMAS8 BAILEY, b. WFT Est. 1748-1776; d. WFT Est. 1754-1855.

15. ii. YANCEY BAILEY, b. 1755; d. September 04, 1804, PERSON COUNTY, NC.

iii. TEMPERANCE BAILEY, b. December 16, 1761, No Doc; d. 1823.

iv. MARTHA D BAILEY, b. August 05, 1763; d. WFT Est. 1764-1857.

v. PETER COCKE BAILEY, b. October 09, 1765; d. WFT Est. 1766-1855.

vi. ANDREW BAILEY, b. August 01, 1767; d. WFT Est. 1768-1857.

16. vii. RICHARD R BAILEY, b. April 22, 1770, Henrico Co. VA 940827.01B, 890000.01; d. Abt. February 1825, HOPKINS CO KY.

viii. ELIZABETH BAILEY, b. Abt. 1772; d. WFT Est. 1773-1866.

ix. RUTH BAILEY, b. Abt. 1774; d. WFT Est. 1775-1868.

13. JOHN7 ADAMS, SR. (KATHERINE6 NAPIER, MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born in Massachusettes, and died 1754 in Fairfax County, VA. He married ELIZABETH JOHNS, daughter of RICHARD JOHNS and JANE FOX. She was born 1677 in Virginia.

Notes for JOHN ADAMS, SR.:

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I believe we are addressing two different Adams families. MyJohnAdamsdiedin Fairfax C o 1 7 5 4, will book B. p 69-74 and mentions 3sons:JohnAdamsJr; Nipper Adams and Will ( Willi a m ) A dams. I know thatsonsNipperandJohn moved to Halifax co., Va. I do not think Will mo v e dthere.HalifaxCo. John Adams died there in 1769 and was marriedtoElenerPowell. I hopet h i s cle ars up any misunderstanding. If notpleasee-mailagain. GraceUpshaw gu6225@telocity . c om

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Children of JOHN ADAMS and ELIZABETH JOHNS are:

i. NIPPER8 ADAMS.

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Nipper Adams b: Jan 1 1800 Halifax Va d: January 20 1862TallapoosaCountyALwife: Harri e t t S elfchildrenNancyAamanda adams 1843Larry1829Samuel1831Columbus 1831Amanda 1846Hil lia r d A. A dams1849NIPPER, HISWIFEHARRIET AND DAUGHTERS AMANDA AND NANCY ARE BURIED INTH E HAR M ONYCHU RCHCEMETERY...ITS LOCATED NEAR LAKE MARTIN IN TALLAPOOSACOUNTY.

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ii. WILLIAM ADAMS.

17. iii. JOHN ADAMS, b. 1769, in Church Hill, Fairfax, Halifax Co Va; d. 1769, in Halifax Co Va.

14. JOHN7 ADAMS JR. (KATHERINE6 NAPIER, MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1673 in Stafford, Virginia, USA, and died Abt. 1751 in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. He married ELIZABETH JOHNS Abt. 1698 in Fairfax, Virginia, USA, daughter of RICHARD JOHNS and JANE FOX. She was born 1677 in Virginia.

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Child of JOHN ADAMS and ELIZABETH JOHNS is:

18. i. JOHN8 ADAMS III, b. 1709, Churchill, Fairfax, Virginia, USA; d. September 21, 1769, Churchill, Fairfax, Virginia, USA.



Generation No. 8



15. YANCEY8 BAILEY (ROGER COCKE7, TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1755, and died September 04, 1804 in PERSON COUNTY, NC. He married SARAH FOWLKES BAILEY 1772. She was born WFT Est. 1736-1761, and died March 16, 1833.



Children of YANCEY BAILEY and SARAH BAILEY are:

i. WILLIAM9 BAILEY, b. 1776; d. WFT Est. 1777-1866.

ii. MARY BAILEY FORREST, b. WFT Est. 1776-1802; d. WFT Est. 1781-1885.

iii. SARAH BAILEY MOORE, b. WFT Est. 1776-1802; d. WFT Est. 1781-1885.

iv. ELIZABETH BAILEY HOLLAWAY, b. WFT Est. 1776-1802; d. WFT Est. 1781-1885.

v. GABRIEL BAILEY, b. WFT Est. 1776-1802; d. WFT Est. 1781-1882.

vi. JANE BAILEY HUNT, b. WFT Est. 1776-1802; d. WFT Est. 1781-1885.

vii. FANNY BAILEY SHEPART, b. 1778; d. WFT Est. 1779-1872.

19. viii. JOHN BAILEY, b. October 03, 1795, PERSON COUNTY, NC; d. April 07, 1871, PERSON COUNTY, NC.

ix. HARRIET CATHERINE BAILEY EASLEY, b. 1800; d. 1873.

16. RICHARD R8 BAILEY (ROGER COCKE7, TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born April 22, 1770 in Henrico Co. VA 940827.01B, 890000.01, and died Abt. February 1825 in HOPKINS CO KY. He married ANNE-NANCY BROWN BAILEY January 12, 1795 in MECKLENBERG CO VA, daughter of THOMAS BROWN and MARY BROWN. She was born 1774 in MECKLENBERG CO VA, and died 1859 in HENDERSON CO KY.



Child of RICHARD BAILEY and ANNE-NANCY BAILEY is:

20. i. RICHARD H9 BAILEY, b. 1801; d. 1850, HOPKINS CO KY.

17. JOHN8 ADAMS (JOHN7, KATHERINE6 NAPIER, MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1769 in in Church Hill, Fairfax, Halifax Co Va, and died 1769 in in Halifax Co Va. He married ELENER POWELL, daughter of HAZEKIAH POWELL and BATHIA.

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This from the WPA Halifax Bldgs Project, Danville Va, Adams Home 23nwofHalifax Va o n R t 5 0 1 House on N side of St built 1715. Owners:JohnAdamsSr 1715, John Adams Jr 1769, Ja me s Ad am s 1828, Richard E.Adams Sr1885,Jessie Adams 1896 to date.

Description This bldg stands to the rear of the mainbldg. Built oflogsandcovered with we a t h erboarding. 2 stone, very large chimneys attheendsof the bldg, one been removed, ....

Historical significance. This probably is the oldes ancestralhomestillused by a direct d e s c endant of the same name in Halifax Co.Built1715 byJohn Adams, Sr who emigrated here w i t h hi s wagonsfromFairfaxCo...indians..highly educated and "school master" by profession

(his people are supposed to have emigrated from Massachusetts)JohnAdamsSr remained wit h w a g ons loaded for 6 wks in fear ofattack.(Oct1766:sonsWilliam, John-copy ends here

John Adams Jr's children taken from the will of Mar 20, 1769 HalifaxVa(bythe research e r w h o put the wpa information in the file)areJoshua,Elizabeth, William, Mary, Martha, (w h o ma rr iedThosDIckson-Hlifax 20 Dec1771) John (who md Jane Hurt) and George.

His wife is Elener Powell and his parents are John AdamsandElizabethMiller

This from the WPA Halifax Bldgs Project, Danville Va, Adams Home23nwofHalifax V a o n R t 5 0 1 House on N side of St built 1715.Owners:JohnAdamsSr 1715, John Adams Jr 1769 , Ja me s Ad am s 1828,Richard E.Adams Sr1885,Jessie Adams 1896 to date.

Description This bldg stands to the rear of the mainbldg. Builtoflogsandcovered with w e a t h erboarding. 2 stone, very large chimneysattheendsof the bldg, one been removed, ....

Historical significance. This probably is the oldesancestralhomestillused by a direc t d e s c endant of the same name inHalifax Co.Built1715 byJohn Adams, Sr who emigrated her e w i t h hi swagonsfromFairfaxCo...indians..highly educated and "school master" byprofession

(his people are supposed to have emigrated from Massachusetts)JohnAdamsSrremained wi t h w a g ons loaded for 6 wks in fearofattack.(Oct1766:sonsWilliam, John-copy ends here

John Adams Jr's children taken from the will of Mar 20, 1769HalifaxVa(bythe researc h e r w h o put the wpa information in thefile)areJoshua,Elizabeth, William, Mary, Martha, ( w h o ma rriedThosDIckson-Hlifax 20 Dec1771) John (who md Jane Hurt) and George.

His wife is Elener Powell and his parents are John AdamsandElizabethMiller



Children of JOHN ADAMS and ELENER POWELL are:

i. NIPPER9 ADAMS.

ii. JOSHUA ADAMS.

iii. ELIZABETH ADAMS.

iv. MARY ADAMS.

v. JOHN ADAMS.

vi. GEORGE ADAMS.

vii. WILLIAM ADAMS, b. 1742; d. 1828.

21. viii. MARTHA ADAMS, b. Abt. 1756, in Halifax County, Virginia; d. December 28, 1812.

18. JOHN8 ADAMS III (JOHN7, KATHERINE6 NAPIER, MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1709 in Churchill, Fairfax, Virginia, USA, and died September 21, 1769 in Churchill, Fairfax, Virginia, USA. He married ELEANOR POWELL in Halifax, Virginia, USA. She was born 1724 in Amelia, Maryland, USA, and died Abt. 1772 in Virginia, USA.

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Child of JOHN ADAMS and ELEANOR POWELL is:

i. ELIZABETH9 ADAMS, b. May 11, 1753, Halifax, Virginia, USA; d. 1832, Franklin, Georgia, USA.

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Cousin of John & Samuel Adams.

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Generation No. 9



19. JOHN9 BAILEY (YANCEY8, ROGER COCKE7, TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born October 03, 1795 in PERSON COUNTY, NC, and died April 07, 1871 in PERSON COUNTY, NC. He married ELIZABETH SCOTT BAILEY September 05, 1816, daughter of JAMES SCOTT and REBECCA SCOTT. She was born February 14, 1797 in HALIFAX COUNTY, VA, and died May 15, 1884 in HALIFAX COUNTY, VA.



Children of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH BAILEY are:

i. FRANCIS MADISON BAILEY10 TRAYNHAM, b. October 27, 1817; d. WFT Est. 1818-1911.

ii. JANE BAILEY LAWSON, b. October 24, 1819; d. WFT Est. 1820-1913.

iii. BENJAMIN BAILEY, b. December 01, 1821; d. WFT Est. 1822-1911.

22. iv. HARRIET REBECCA BAILEY WALKER, b. October 24, 1823; d. April 19, 1902.

v. JAMES YANCEY BAILEY, b. August 19, 1825; d. WFT Est. 1826-1915.

vi. ROBERT W BAILEY, b. September 01, 1827; d. WFT Est. 1828-1917.

vii. ALBERT BAILEY, b. September 02, 1829; d. WFT Est. 1830-1919.

viii. ABNER BAILEY, b. December 07, 1831; d. WFT Est. 1832-1921.

ix. ADDISON BAILEY, b. October 27, 1833; d. WFT Est. 1834-1923.

x. THOMAS BAILEY, b. July 07, 1836; d. WFT Est. 1837-1926.

xi. BETTIE ANNE BAILEY, b. July 07, 1838; d. WFT Est. 1839-1932.

xii. MARY SUSAN BAILEY, b. May 17, 1840; d. WFT Est. 1841-1934.

20. RICHARD H9 BAILEY (RICHARD R8, ROGER COCKE7, TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1801, and died 1850 in HOPKINS CO KY. He married LETITIA S YEAGER BAILEY WFT Est. 1834-1848. She was born 1806 in ILLINOIS, and died WFT Est. 1838-1900.



Child of RICHARD BAILEY and LETITIA BAILEY is:

23. i. ELIZABETH E BAILY10 FORD, b. April 17, 1835; d. WFT Est. 1857-1929.

21. MARTHA9 ADAMS (JOHN8, JOHN7, KATHERINE6 NAPIER, MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1756 in in Halifax County, Virginia, and died December 28, 1812. She married THOMAS DIXON December 20, 1771 in Halifax County, Virginia, son of BENJAMIN DICKSON and WINIFRED FINNEY. He was born Abt. 1750 in Halifax County, Virginia, and died 1812 in Halifax County, Virginia.

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This from the WPA Halifax Bldgs Project, Danville Va, Adams Home23nwofHalifax Va o n R t 5 0 1 House on N side of St built 1715.Owners:JohnAdamsSr 1715, John Adams Jr 1769, Jam e s Ada m s 1828, RichardE.Adams Sr1885,Jessie Adams 1896 to date.

Description This bldg stands to the rear of the mainbldg. Builtoflogsandcovered with we a t h erboarding. 2 stone, very large chimneysattheends ofthe bldg, one been removed, ....

Historical significance. This probably is the oldesancestralhomestillused by a direct d e s c endant of the same name inHalifax Co.Built1715 byJohn Adams, Sr who emigrated here wi t h h i swagonsfromFairfaxCo...indians..highly educated and "school master" byprofession

(his people are supposed to have emigrated from Massachusetts)JohnAdamsSrremained wit h w a g ons loaded for 6 wks in fearofattack.(Oct1766:sonsWilliam, John-copy ends here

John Adams Jr's children taken from the will of Mar 20, 1769HalifaxVa(bythe research e r w h o put the wpa information in thefile)areJoshua,Elizabeth, William, Mary, Martha, (w h o mar riedThosDIckson-Hlifax 20 Dec1771) John (who md Jane Hurt) and George.

His wife is Elener Powell and his parents are John AdamsandElizabethMiller

This from the WPA Halifax Bldgs Project, Danville Va, Adams Home 23nwofHalifax Va on R t 5 0 1 House on N side of St built 1715. Owners:JohnAdamsSr 1715, John Adams Jr 1769, Jame s Ada m s 1828, Richard E.Adams Sr1885,Jessie Adams 1896 to date.

Description This bldg stands to the rear of the mainbldg. Built oflogsandcovered with wea t h erboarding. 2 stone, very large chimneys attheends ofthe bldg, one been removed, ....

Historical significance. This probably is the oldes ancestralhomestillused by a direct de s c endant of the same name in Halifax Co.Built1715 byJohn Adams, Sr who emigrated here wit h h i s wagonsfromFairfaxCo...indians..highly educated and "school master" by profession

(his people are supposed to have emigrated from Massachusetts)JohnAdamsSr remained with w a g ons loaded for 6 wks in fear ofattack.(Oct1766:sonsWilliam, John-copy ends here

John Adams Jr's children taken from the will of Mar 20, 1769 HalifaxVa(bythe researche r w h o put the wpa information in the file)areJoshua,Elizabeth, William, Mary, Martha, (wh o mar r iedThosDIckson-Hlifax 20 Dec1771) John (who md Jane Hurt) and George.

His wife is Elener Powell and his parents are John AdamsandElizabethMiller

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WILL OF THOMAS DIXON--HALIFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA. 1812.

In the name of God Amen--, I thomas Dixon ofHalifaxCounty,Virginia,being of soun d m i n d and disposing memory domake andordainthis my lastwill and testament etc.

Item--, I give unto my son Benjamin Dixon one Dollar etc.

Item--, I give unto my daughter Mary Dixon etc.

Item--, I give unto my son John Dixon etc.

Item--, I give unto my son Stephen Dixon etc.

Item--, I give unto my son Thomas Dixon etc.

IIem--, I give unto my daughter Betsy Barley etc.

Item--, I give unto my daughter Annie Petty etc.

Item--, I give unto my daughter Winnie Priddy etc

Item--, I give unto my daughter Eleanor White etc.

Item--, I give unto my daughter Martha Dixon etc

Item--, I give unto my son Joshua Dixon etc.

Item--, I give unto my daughter Nancy Dixon etc.

Item--, I give unto my son Samuel Dixon etc.

Item--, I give unto my daughter Susannah Dixon etc.

Item--, All the rest of my estate etc. I lend to mybelovedwifeMarthaDixon etc. I l e n d t o my son Samuel Dixon the landwhereon Inowlive etc.

THOMAS DIXON--(LS)

I hereby certify that the foregoing is an extract from therecordsoftheClerk's offic e o f H a lifax Co. Va

Lucy Medley

Sworn to before me this 16th day of June 1932

J.D. Harding Notary Public

I Jeannette Godby do certify that the above is an exact copysworntobeforeme this 24 t h d a y of January 1935.

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Children of MARTHA ADAMS and THOMAS DIXON are:

i. BENJAMIN10 DIXON.

ii. MARY DIXON.

iii. BETSEY DIXON, m. BARLEY.

iv. ANNIE DIXON, m. PETTY.

v. WINNIE DIXON, m. PRIDDY.

vi. ELEANOR DIXON, m. WHITE.

vii. JOSHUA DIXON.

viii. NANCY DIXON.

ix. SAMUEL DIXON.

x. SUSANNAH DIXON.

xi. JOHN DICKSON.

xii. BENJAMIN DIXON.

xiii. MARY DIXON.

xiv. JOHN DIXON.

xv. BETSY DIXON, m. BARLEY.

xvi. ANNIE DIXON, m. PETTY.

xvii. WINNIE DIXON, m. PRIDDY.

xviii. ELEANOR DIXON, m. WHITE.

xix. MARTHA DIXON.

xx. JOSHUA DIXON.

xxi. NANCY DIXON.

xxii. SAMUEL DIXON.

xxiii. SUSANNAH DIXON.

24. xxiv. THOMAS GREEN DICKSON, AMERICAN REV., b. 1772, Virginia; d. 1823, Hancock County, Georgia.

xxv. STEPHEN DICKSON, b. January 23, 1778, Halifax County, Virginia; d. Coweta County, Georgia buried Brester Cemetery near Newnan, Ga.; m. NANCY WHITE, September 15, 1803; b. January 23, 1776, Lunnenburg County, Virginia; d. August 25, 1851, Coweta County, Ga., buried Brewster Cemetery near Newnan, Ga..



Generation No. 10



22. HARRIET REBECCA BAILEY10 WALKER (JOHN9 BAILEY, YANCEY8, ROGER COCKE7, TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born October 24, 1823, and died April 19, 1902. She married ALEXANDER WALKER, REV August 06, 1845. He was born February 06, 1825 in PERSON COUNTY, NC, and died December 21, 1904.



Children of HARRIET WALKER and ALEXANDER WALKER are:

i. JAMES WILLIAM11 WALKER, b. June 02, 1846, PERSON COUNTY, NC; d. August 21, 1918; m. GRIZZELLE JENKINS MITCHELL WALKER, April 05, 1870; b. October 11, 1847, NEW BERN, NC; d. January 24, 1884.

ii. BENJAMIN WALKER, b. 1848; d. WFT Est. 1849-1938.

iii. ELIZABETH FRANCES WALKER COZART STREET, b. February 22, 1850, PERSON COUNTY, NC; d. August 11, 1921; m. (1) THOMAS GREEN COZART, October 01, 1873; b. August 25, 1844, LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS; d. February 23, 1904; m. (2) THOMAS STREET, July 30, 1908; b. WFT Est. 1837-1888; d. August 11, 1921.

iv. NANNIE DUVALL WALKER BURTON, b. October 22, 1852, PERSON COUNTY, NC; d. 1933; m. ROBERT CARTER BURTON, December 12, 1872; b. May 29, 1846, CASWELL COUNTY, NC; d. November 16, 1914.

v. JOHN BAILEY WALKER, b. June 15, 1854, CASWELL COUNTY, NC; d. May 19, 1914; m. ADA CHARLOTTE TILLEY WALKER, February 02, 1881; b. 1857, KNAP OF REEDS, NC; d. November 16, 1938.

vi. MOSES ALBERT WALKER, b. January 25, 1856, WOODSDALE, NC; d. August 31, 1922, PUERTO RICO; m. (1) NANNIE BAILEY WALKER; b. March 24, 1857, WALNUT COVE, NC; d. August 13, 1885; m. (2) BETTY BAILEY LIIPFERT WALKER, WFT Est. 1887-1915; b. WFT Est. 1852-1871; d. April 14, 1953; m. (3) CAROLYN THOMAS NEWMAN WALKER, WFT Est. 1892-1893; b. March 30, 1864, LEASBURG -CASWELL COUNTY, NC; d. July 04, 1894; m. (4) ESTELLE WILLIAMS HANES WALKER, August 13, 1908; b. WFT Est. 1854-1890; d. WFT Est. 1912-1978.

vii. LUELLA CHENEY WALKER PINNIX, b. November 29, 1857, PERSON COUNTY, NC; d. February 28, 1911; m. JOSEPH THOMAS PINNIX, October 12, 1879; b. January 11, 1857; d. June 15, 1904.

viii. ROBERT PENNELL WALKER, b. June 15, 1859, PERSON COUNTY, NC; d. July 03, 1924; m. EVELYN HALLIBURTON WALKER, August 08, 1883; b. September 02, 1861, ORANGE COUNTY, NC; d. February 22, 1938.

ix. HALLIE BAILEY WALKER, b. 1861; d. 1861.

x. ANNA STREET WALKER GOODSON, b. March 20, 1864, DURHAM, NC; d. August 12, 1906, KINSTON NC; m. JOHN WILLIAM GOODSON, December 13, 1882; b. September 14, 1853, CASWELL COUNTY, NC; d. November 11, 1928, KINSTON, NC.

23. ELIZABETH E BAILY10 FORD (RICHARD H9 BAILEY, RICHARD R8, ROGER COCKE7, TEMPERANCE COCKE6, SARA PERRIN5 COCKE, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born April 17, 1835, and died WFT Est. 1857-1929. She married PICKNEY H FORD October 30, 1851. He was born February 09, 1831 in CASWELL CO NC, and died June 13, 1901 in ARLINGTON TX.



Child of ELIZABETH FORD and PICKNEY FORD is:

i. LAURAH ANNIE FORD11 FINGER, b. September 30, 1852; d. WFT Est. 1890-1947; m. JOHN C FINGER, November 04, 1870, PRARIE TX; b. May 02, 1849, TARRANT CO TX; d. October 30, 1912, ARLINGTON TX.

24. THOMAS GREEN10 DICKSON, AMERICAN REV. (MARTHA9 ADAMS, JOHN8, JOHN7, KATHERINE6 NAPIER, MARY5 PERRIN, KATHERINE4 ROYALL, JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOHN1) was born 1772 in Virginia, and died 1823 in Hancock County, Georgia. He married (1) PRISCILLA 1790. He married (2) ELIZABETH SHELERS 1802.

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WILL OF THOMAS GREENE DICKSON OF HANCOCK COUNTY GEORGIA. 1823.

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In the name of God Amen--, I Thomas Dickson of the County ofHancockandthestate of Geor g i a , considering the uncertainty of life,andbeingsomewhatadvanced in years but of soun d a n d p erfect mindandmemory,blessed thename of the Almighty God for the same, do makeandpu bl i sh this my lastwill and testament, in the manner andformfollowingviz,--First it is my wi l l an d desire that after my deathall mydebts, ofwhich there are butfew, shall be speedi l y d isch arged.

Item--, It is my will and desire that after my debts arepromptlyp[aid,andthe followin g t r a ct of land be laid off agreeabletothefollowingdirections, which I leave to my belove d wi f e,ElizabethDickson, duringher natural lifetime, or if she shouldmarryagain that itsh o u l d be keptin her possession by herself or herhusband,that is tosay all of thattract o f l a n d lying in the County ofHancockandcomprehended by thefollowing boundaries. Beginni n g a t theHickorycorner on the LittleOgeechee, thence running north 35 chainstothepinstak e c or ne r, fromthence in a direct line to the mouth of mylaneatthe north end of saidland, t hen c e d own said lane to the headoftheStill Pond Branch, downsaid branch to Little Ogeeche e Cr e ek ,downsaidcreek to the beginnincorner.

Item--, I also give unto my beloved wife, one third part of allmystockofhorses and on e f o u rth part of my stock of cattle and sheepandonefifthpart of all my stock of hogs. I a l s o g ive her two featherbedsandtheirfurniture and also of household and kitchen furnitur e , e xceptbedsandtheir furniture, also one third part of all the workingandfarmingtools,tog e th e r with one year's support from the day of thesaleof mypersonalestate, to be adjudg e d b y m y Executor. Alsothreenegroestowit, Beckand her child Ephraim and a girl named Mar y , al so theloanduring herlifetime of three more negroes known by the namesofNathan,Tom a n d Isa ac.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Nancy Eubanks the sumof$10.00inaddition to wh a t s h e has been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son Isaiah Dickson the sumof$10.00inaddition to wha t h e h a s been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son John Dickson the sumof$10.00inaddition to what h e h a s b een given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Polly Smioth the sumof$10.00inaddition to wh a t s h e has been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son James Dickson the sumof$10.000inaddition to wha t h e h a s been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Margaret Howard onenegrogirlnamedHenrietta.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Matilda WorthenthreenegroesnamedJane and he r s o n S hepperd and a girl named Penny.

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Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Rutha Dicksontwolikelyyoungnegroes, that i s t o s a y one likely young fellow andonelikelyyoungwench, or their value thereof in likel y you n g n egroes,tobedelivered atthe time of her marriage of if she should continuetolivesi ng l e , at theage of twenty-one years. Also one goodfeatherbed,bedstead andfurniture and $7 5 . 0 0 in cash.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son Thomas Dickson twolikelyyoungnegroes,that is to s a y o n e likely young fellow and onelikelyyoungwench, or thevalue thereof in likely young ne g roe s , alsoonegoodfeatherbed, bedsteadand furniture and $75.00 in cash, to be giventohim a t t h e age oftwenty-one years.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Lucinda Dicksontwolikelyyoungnegroes, tha t i s t o s ay one likely young fellow andonelikelyyoungwench, or their value thereof in like l y you n g negroes,alsoonegoodfeather bed, bedstead and furniture and the sum of $75.00 inc a s ht obegiven to her at the time of her marriage or at theageoftwenty-oneyears.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son Greene WashingtonDicksontwolikelyyoung negroes, al s o o n e good feather bed, bedsteadandfurniture,and$75.00 in cash to be given to him at th e t i m e ofhismarriage or theageof twenty-one years of ge.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Suzanne Dicksontwolikelyyoungnegroes, tha t i s t o s ay one likely young fellow andonelikelyyoungwench, or their value thereof in like l y you n g negroes,alsoonegoodfeather bed, bedstead and furniture and $75.00 in cash to beg i vent o himat the time of his marriage or at the age of twenty-oneyears ofage.

Item--It is my will and desire that all the residue ofmypropertyshouldthere be any le f t , t ogether with the land andnegroesthat I haveloanedmy wife should be equally divided be t w ee n thewhole ofmyaforesaidchildren.

Will of Thomas Greene Dickson of Hancock County Georgia. 1823.

Item--, Lastly I hereby nominate, make and appointJosiahDicksonExecutorof this my las t w i l l and testament herebyrevoking allothers byme made.

In witness whereof I have heeunto set my hand, affixed my sealthis10thdayof April One T h o u sand Eight Hundred and Twenty Three.

Signed and sealed and declared by the above named ThomasDickson,beforeusto be his las t w i l l and testament, and who at hisrequesthavesubscribedour names as witnesses to the sam e.

ISAAC BIRDSONG THOMAS DICKSON (LS)

WILLIAM HARRELL

EDWIN BIRDSONG

Recorded in book M--page 182-185. Will probated the 5th, day of Nov.1827.

I, Mrs. T.L.Reese, do certify this to be a correct copysworntoandsubscribed, this 15 t h d a y of Jan. 1935. Mrs. T.L.Reese,OrdinaryofHancock Co., Ga.k

I, Jeannette Godby do certify this to be an exact copysworntoandsubscribed, this 18 t h d a y of Jan. 1935, before me, JeanetteGodby.

H.A. Godby

Notary Public State of Georgia at large.

see also: "Hancock Land Lottery" by Houston 34.

"Knights' Roster of the Revolution," p. 130.

"Reprint of Land Lottery" 1827, p. 27. District 114.

WILL OF THOMAS GREENE DICKSON OF HANCOCK COUNTY GEORGIA. 1823.

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In the name of God Amen--, I Thomas Dickson of the County ofHancockandthe state of Georg i a , considering the uncertainty of life,andbeingsomewhat advanced in years but of sound a n d p erfect mindandmemory,blessed the name of the Almighty God for the same, do makeandpubl i sh this my last will and testament, in the manner andformfollowingviz,--First it is my wi l l an d desire that after my deathall mydebts, ofwhich there are but few, shall be speedil y d isch arged.

Item--, It is my will and desire that after my debts arepromptlyp[aid,and the following t r a ct of land be laid off agreeable tothefollowingdirections, which I leave to my beloved wi f e ,ElizabethDickson, duringher natural lifetime, or if she should marryagain that itsho u l d be keptin her possession by herself or her husband,that is tosay all of thattract of l a n d lying in the County of Hancockandcomprehended by thefollowing boundaries. Beginnin g a t t heHickorycorner on the LittleOgeechee, thence running north 35 chains tothepinstake c or ne r, fromthence in a direct line to the mouth of my laneatthe north end of saidland, then c e d own said lane to the head oftheStill Pond Branch, downsaid branch to Little Ogeechee Cr e ek , downsaidcreek to the beginnincorner.

Item--, I also give unto my beloved wife, one third part of all mystockofhorses and one f o u rth part of my stock of cattle and sheep andonefifthpart of all my stock of hogs. I al s o g ive her two feather bedsandtheirfurniture and also of household and kitchen furniture , e xce ptbedsandtheir furniture, also one third part of all the working andfarmingtools,toge th e r with one year's support from the day of the saleof mypersonalestate, to be adjudge d b y m y Executor. Also threenegroestowit, Beckand her child Ephraim and a girl named Mary , al s o theloanduring herlifetime of three more negroes known by the names ofNathan,Tom an d Isa ac.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Nancy Eubanks the sum of$10.00inaddition to wha t s h e has been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son Isaiah Dickson the sum of$10.00inaddition to what h e h a s been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son John Dickson the sum of$10.00inaddition to what he h a s b een given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Polly Smioth the sum of$10.00inaddition to wha t s h e has been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son James Dickson the sum of$10.000inaddition to what h e h a s been given.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Margaret Howard onenegrogirlnamed Henrietta.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Matilda Worthen threenegroesnamedJane and her s o n S hepperd and a girl named Penny.

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Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Rutha Dickson twolikelyyoungnegroes, that is t o s a y one likely young fellow and onelikelyyoungwench, or their value thereof in likely you n g n egroes, tobedelivered atthe time of her marriage of if she should continue tolivesing l e , at theage of twenty-one years. Also one good featherbed,bedstead andfurniture and $75 . 0 0 in cash.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son Thomas Dickson two likelyyoungnegroes,that is to sa y o n e likely young fellow and one likelyyoungwench, or thevalue thereof in likely young neg roe s , also onegoodfeatherbed, bedsteadand furniture and $75.00 in cash, to be given tohima t t h e age oftwenty-one years.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Lucinda Dickson twolikelyyoungnegroes, that i s t o s ay one likely young fellow and onelikelyyoungwench, or their value thereof in likel y you n g negroes, alsoonegoodfeather bed, bedstead and furniture and the sum of $75.00 in ca s ht obegiven to her at the time of her marriage or at the ageoftwenty-oneyears.

Item--, I give unto my beloved son Greene Washington Dicksontwolikelyyoung negroes, als o o n e good feather bed, bedstead andfurniture,and$75.00 in cash to be given to him at the t i m e of hismarriage or theageof twenty-one years of ge.

Item--, I give unto my beloved daughter Suzanne Dickson twolikelyyoungnegroes, that i s t o s ay one likely young fellow and onelikelyyoungwench, or their value thereof in likel y you n g negroes, alsoonegoodfeather bed, bedstead and furniture and $75.00 in cash to be gi vent o himat the time of his marriage or at the age of twenty-one years ofage.

Item--It is my will and desire that all the residue of mypropertyshouldthere be any lef t , t ogether with the land and negroesthat I haveloanedmy wife should be equally divided bet w ee n the whole ofmyaforesaidchildren.

Item--, Lastly I hereby nominate, make and appoint JosiahDicksonExecutorof this my last w i l l and testament hereby revoking allothers byme made.

In witness whereof I have heeunto set my hand, affixed my sealthis10thday of April One Th o u sand Eight Hundred and Twenty Three.

Signed and sealed and declared by the above named Thomas Dickson,beforeusto be his last w i l l and testament, and who at his requesthavesubscribedour names as witnesses to the same.

I, Mrs. T.L.Reese, do certify this to be a correct copy sworntoandsubscribed, this 15t h d a y of Jan. 1935. Mrs. T.L. Reese,OrdinaryofHancock Co., Ga.k

I, Jeannette Godby do certify this to be an exact copy sworntoandsubscribed, this 18t h d a y of Jan. 1935, before me, Jeanette Godby.



Children of THOMAS DICKSON and ELIZABETH SHELERS are:

i. NANCY11 DICKSON, m. EUBANKS.

ii. ISAIAH DICKSON.

iii. POLLY DICKSON, m. SMITH.

iv. JAMES DICKSON.

v. MARGARET DICKSON, m. HOWARD.

vi. MATILDA DICKSON, m. WORTHEN.

vii. RUTHA DICKSON.

viii. THOMAS DICKSON.

ix. DAVID DICKSON.

x. LUCINDA DICKSON.

xi. GREENE WASHINGTON DICKSON.

xii. SUZANNE DICKSON.

xiii. JOHN (DICKSON) DIXON, b. 1789, Virginia to Hancock County, Ga.; d. 1856, Conecuh County, Alabama; m. MARTHA (PATSY) PEAVY, November 13, 1809; b. 1784, South Carolina; d. August 06, 1876, Escambia County, Alabama.

Notes for JOHN (DICKSON) DIXON:

[January 2005.ged]

1 AUTH wife and 11 children settled in Conecuh County

1 AGNC County later divided with new part called Escamgia

1 DEST one half of Dec 17, 1835, farm Gov SW Qtr, sect 35, Sept 5, 1836

1 MEDI Gov. SW Qtr of sect 28, Turs 1 North R 10 East Mostwasriverbottom land.



Local History, Escambia County Historical Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 4, 1977.

From the Ed Leigh McMillan Collection

The following information ws given me by Joe Dixon, who lives justovertheFlorida lin e f r o m Dixonville:

John Dickson, the original Dickson who came to thiscountry,settledat Dixonvil l e . H e was born in Virginia, married inSouthCarolina,andmoved to Georgia. He had eleve n c h ildr en born inGeorgia,and whenhemoved to Alabama he brought eleven and his slaves with hi m . Hesettledhere--then Conecuh County--in 1828. Three childrenwerebornafter hemoved t o A l aba ma.

John Dickson spelled his name Dickson. All of his childrenchangeditto Dixon exc e p t C laiborne. Why, no one seems to know.

He had ten sons: Claiborne, Francis, Berryman(Berry),Chappel,Abraham(Abe), Wade Ha m p t on, Green, William (Billie),John andAgustus(Gus); andfour daughters: Susan, Caroline, V i n e y, andJincey.Jincey married aMayo and moved to Corpus Christi, Texas; one ofthedaugh t e r smarrie aJernigan and a Smith--I don't know bout the other.

John Dickson died before the Civil War, and hisestatewasdividedamong his childr e n . H e had thirty-four slaves and 900headofcattle when he died. He owned very little l a n d beca use itwasnotnecessary to own land at that time. He owned very little landbecaus e i twa s not necessary to own land at that time; you couldcultivate anylandthat youchose t o c u lti vate. This John Dicksoncultivated land downinthe river swamp or hammock, north o f whe r e D anBrantley now lives.

Claiborne lived all his life near his birthplace and has24children,all dead, n d s o f a r as can be learned, all theirchildrenaredead.

John, Jr. lived at a point on Dixon Creek where he ownedandoperateda saw mill fo r m a n y years. Augustus lived at whatisDixonvilleuntilhis death. All of his children ar e de a d . Wehavenoinformationregarding the girls except that Jincey married a Mayoandtheym o v e d nearCorpus Christi, Texas. It is difficult to rememberfiftyorsixty years,and wit h m o s t of the entire Dixon family dead, youwillseewhat it meansto construct anything lik e a c o r rect account ofthefamily.

The family was among the oldest pioneers, and wentthroughallthehardships of the o t h e r settlers. They did their part tomaketheirpartof Escambia County a safe place in wh i c h t o live.Theyweregoodmarksmen, especially Claiborne, who had an old timeFlintandStee l r if le, long barrel that never failed to bring downtheshyold"Buck." Itis said that he h a d p u b as many as four balls ontopofeach other in ashooting match, and that on one occasi o n wh e nhewahunting, he saw adeer's head above a fallen tree top, shot it,butafterthe smo k e c l earedaway it was still there. He reloaded hisgun,tookanother shot at it,but it was s t i l l there. He loaded his gunagainandtook another crackat it. This time it did not reapp e a r , andgoingup tosee why he hadmissed twice he found that he had three dead deer.



The following letter, a copy, written by John Dixon, Jr.(fatherofMarkDixon) to his brot h e r , Wade Dixon, who lived in Texas:

Brewton, Escambia County, Alabama

January 29th, 1881

Wade H. Dixon

Dear Brother--I received your letter of December 29th afewdaysagoand was glad t o h e a r from you once more, but I would like toseeyouand talk to you better. Things have c han g e d round heremightilysinceyou left. A part of Old Conecuh County and a part ofBaldwi n C o untywastaken in and put together to make Escambia County,Alabama.Brewtonis asttio n o n t h e Mobile and Montgomery railroad abouttwo milesfromOldFort Crawford across Murder C ree k f r om here and aboutsevenmilesfromhere it is a small town, but there is a grew at dea l o f businessdone there during the timber season. I am now as busy as I canbeintryingto g e t m y t imber off as the river is in good stage. Ihavenearlyonethousand pieces of sawed sq u ar e ti mber about ready tosendoff.Labor isscarce and wages are high. You can stnd in th e o l d yardandhear thewhisltes of four steam saw-mills when they blow fordinnerallsquaringl o g s in to timber. You say I forgot to name Chappel.Heisscufflingalong as you say, bu t i t i s har d work.

I have just heard that Berry is very sick.

You wish to know the exact date of Mother's death. She diedattheold home plac e o n t h e sixth of August, 1876.

I farm some as well as running the old mill. I now own allthelandonthe river fr o m S p iers to the old Brooklyn place withtheexceptionofeighty acres belonging to G.F. Weav e r , s o you see Ihaveland a plentyto farm on having bought the Jameson Land, the Hodge,the H o bb s, andtheDauphin Land, also the Tol Travis land. You say youdon'texpect to seea n y o f u s again, but I will see you ifnothingextraordinary happens. Iwill see you by the l a s t o f June orsoonafter. I go just to see youall and not to look a location tosettle , a s I a m settled here for thebalance of my life. Strange thingshappenhere--nearly all th e pi n e sfrom Father's old place have been cutdownand sent down to Milton and theyare not cu tt i n g logs at the RedHillbetween here and Father's and aregoing to put another mill on th e D ix onCreek this summer, which willthin out the pines.

I will now close by sending my best wishes to youandallyourfamily--I remain

Your brother, John Dixon

Notes for MARTHA (PATSY) PEAVY:

[January 2005.ged]

Searching for information on the Rev. Joshua Peavy who was bornaround1785in North Carol i n a . Joshua was a Methodist Minister and withhiswifeMartha had the following children:

Emiline Peavy, b. 1812, NC, married Thomas Hinson

Bartlett Peavy, b. 1823, AL, married Bessie

Mary Peavy, b. 1825, AL

Joshua Peavy, b. 1831, AL

Charles Peavy, b. 1834, AL

John Peavy, b. 1837, AL

Morgianna Peavy, b. 1849, AL

Penelope Peavy, married John Hinson (married by 1851)

Female Hinson, married William Hinson (married by 1851)

Joshua was in Conecuh County, AL in 1820 and in Wilcox Co, AL by 1850.

Jeff W. Shirah

Searching for information on the Rev. Joshua Peavy who was bornaround1785 in North Caroli n a . Joshua was a Methodist Minister and withhiswife Martha had the following children:

Emiline Peavy, b. 1812, NC, married Thomas Hinson

Bartlett Peavy, b. 1823, AL, married Bessie

Mary Peavy, b. 1825, AL

Joshua Peavy, b. 1831, AL

Charles Peavy, b. 1834, AL

John Peavy, b. 1837, AL

Morgianna Peavy, b. 1849, AL

Penelope Peavy, married John Hinson (married by 1851)

Female Hinson, married William Hinson (married by 1851)

Joshua was in Conecuh County, AL in 1820 and in Wilcox Co, AL by 1850.

Jeff W. Shirah



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