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1534 Steward to Stuart

1534 Steward to Stuart

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"Steward" Genealogy from 1534 to Present

Generation No. 1 1. JOHN2 STEWARD (JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1534 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England, and died Aug 1, 1577. John married an UNKNOWN woman with whom he had three children. He later married JANE PIGGE Nov 7, 1577, daughter of HUGH PIGGE and MISS CHRISTMAS. She was born Abt. 1517 in Floor, Northamptonshire, England, and died Feb 26, 1591 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. Notes for JOHN STEWARD: PROLOGUE NOTES FOR THE ENGLISH STEWARDS: Note Well: The name of the village where our Stewards derive has been spelled in various records as POTESHULL, PATESHULL, and recently PATTISHALL. However, in the probate records for "our" Stewards, the "Pattishall" spelling is used -- and all are located in Northamptonshire County, England, abbreviated as "Northants." I am currently researching the Pateshull ancestors from 1534 to 1641. According to the LDS, the Steward records are all located in Northamptonshire, including christening, marriage, and death records. The first item of note is that Pateshull was named after the Pateshull family who built their manor home in a small town called NORTH CRAWLEY in Northamptonshire. It is a small rural farming town which is proud of his heritage and offers a walking tour of the village, including the grounds of Pateshull Manor where the Pateshulls enjoyed their moat and fishponds on a rise overlooking Chicheley. There is only one church, St. Firmins. Their online website states North Crawley is one of those parishes where a complicated system of land ownership over the years has ensured that the pattern of small hedged fields close to the village centre has survived almost intact since 1773. The further from the village, the larger the fields, which are remnants of the ancient open field system. As a result, walks in the parish cross a pleasing mixture of pasture and arable lands. Some of the names of the fields still in use are modern forms of the names of previous owners, especially the colonizing Scandinavians who originally cleared the forests, and the Frenchmen who took possession after the Norman Conquest. One example is Allosey Field from Alwoldshey meaning Aethewalks enclosure. The village name itself is Old English - Craulai, Crowe (crow) leah (clearing). As for St. Firmins, it should be noted that there are only two churches in Britain dedicated to this little known saint who was the first bishop of Amiens, martyred in AD 287. Unfortunately, there is little information on the reason for his martyrdom. The villagers of Little Crawley resisted attempts to become part of neighboring Chicheley Parish in the early 16th century by proving that they truly belonged to St Firmins. They had paid their tithes and a large share of repairing the church wall. They had registered their burials there and had rights to church seats. Source: http://www.mkweb.co.uk/countryside/DisplayArticle.asp?ID=14713 Pateshull has close ties to Bedfordshire where many Bletsoes lived. I can't help but wonder if these are the ancestors of the Bledsoes that seemed to migrate with the with the Stewards in the colonies. Because of parish rivalries for parishioners, I am going to check out the records for both parishes. It should also be remembered that the original royal steward, Walter, was from Bedford. IMPORTANT: According to the book series entitled, "A Calendar of Wills relating to the counties of Northamptonshire and Rutland, now deposited in Northamptonshire," original wills exist for our ancestors, including John, Nicholas, and George. Also a will exists for Jane Steward which might refer to John's widow, who was the widow Clark when she married John, and a will for William who may or may not be related. 1st Series: 1570-1652, page 22, mentions a Will for WILLIAM STEWARD of Bozeat (questionably our Stewards), Book D at p. 53. Page 99, mentions the will for JANE STEWARD of Pattishall, Book Y, 1591; 1601, 4; 10-15, page 28 2nd Series, page 148, mentions a 1629 Will for NICHOLAS STEWARD of Pattishall, Book O, page 200. 3rd Series, page 163, mentions a 1640 Will for GEORGE STEWARD of Pattishall, Book A, p. 248. The same page 163 mentions a 1647 Will for JOHN STEWARD of Wooford in Book A, p. 237 (may be one of our John Steward) See also Stewart Clan Magazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, No. 1, July, 1943 and LDS for more info. Marriage Notes for JOHN STEWARD and JANE PIGGE: Jane Pigge was a widow when she married John Steward. Jane Pigge had 10 children by her first husband, Anthony Clark. Notes for JANE PIGGE: Jane Pigge had 10 children by her first husband, Anthony Clark. Marriage Notes for JOHN STEWARD and JANE PIGGE: Jane Pigge was a widow when she married John Steward More About JOHN STEWARD and JANE PIGGE:

Marriage: Nov 7, 1577 Children of JOHN STEWARD and UNKNOWN wife are:
2. i. NICHOLAS3 STEWARD, b. 1561, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; d. Jan 4, 1628, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. ii. JOHN STEWARD, b. 1562, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. More About JOHN STEWARD : Christening: Sep 26, 1562, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England iii. MARY STEWARD, b. 1564, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; m. JOHN TANSFIELD. More About MARY STEWARD : Christening: Apr 24, 1564, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England

Generation No. 2 2. NICHOLAS3 STEWARD (JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1561 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England, and died Jan 4, 1628 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. He married ANNE MADDOX. She was born Abt. 1559 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England, and died May 2, 1615 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. Notes for NICHOLAS STEWARD: See Steward Clan Mangazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, No. 1, July, 1943 for linage and date of death. Date of birth as well as mention of his children and wife can be found in the LDS AFN:1X2V-S5W In keeping with my theory that the Stewards were wealthy, landed, and politically connected to the crown, I found the following Source Information: Burke's Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland. Original data: Burke, Bernard. A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry; or, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank: but uninvested with heritable honours. London: Colburn, 1837-38. Family of Gerard, of Ince. Richard Gerard , esq. became possessor of Ince by purchase, from his cousin Thomas Gerard , of Ince . He m. first, Frances , daughter of Sir Ralph Hansley , of Tickhill Castle , in the county of York , by whom he had one son, who died in infancy. He espoused secondly, Judith , daughter of Sir Nicholas Stewart , knt. of Pateshal , and had (with other children, who all d. unmarried) two sons, viz. I am presuming that Sir Nicholas Stewart of Pateshal got his lands and title from Elizabeth I. As was the custom then, the crown granted land and titles to those who fought for the crown and/or pledged a certain number of soldiers, lances, horses, etc. should they be necessary to serve the Queen's interests. During this time frame, Elizabeth was often under seige. She had to adopt a delicate policy to prevent religious wars between the Catholics and the Anglican Protestants. She had to deal with the intrigues of Spain and France who wanted to annex her kingdom -- as well as those who supported Mary, Queen of Scots as a ruler of a united kingdom of Scotland and England. Reluctantly Elizabeth had Mary beheaded, then had to deal with the Spanish Armada. Thus, Elizabeth was always in need of loyal men who would fight for their Queen and country. More About NICHOLAS STEWARD: Christening: Jul 17, 1561, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England Notes for ANNE MADDOX: AFN:1X2V-S64 Children of NICHOLAS STEWARD and ANNE MADDOX are:
3. i. GEORGE4 STEWARD, b. 1591; d. 1641, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. ii. JOHN STEWARD, b. 1593, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. More About JOHN STEWARD : Christening: Jun 17, 1593, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England

iii. RICHARD STEWARD, b. 1595, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. More About RICHARD STEWARD : Christening: Aug 3, 1595, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England iv. REBECCA STEWARD, b. 1597, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; m. THOMAS RUDYARD. More About REBECCA STEWARD : Christening: Aug 7, 1597, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England v. NICHOLAS STEWARD, b. 1599, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. More About NICHOLAS STEWARD : Christening: Abt. 1599

Generation No. 3 3. GEORGE4 STEWARD (NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1591, and died 1641 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. He married ANNE CLARK, daughter of THOMAS CLARK and ANNE UNKNOWN. She was born Nov 16, 1601 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England. Notes for GEORGE STEWARD: See Steward Clan Mangazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, No. 1, July, 1943 for linage and date of death. Date of birth as well as mention of his children and wife can be found in the LDS #AFN:1X2V-QSH. George was the last of our Stewards to be born and die in England. The next generation would make their way to the New World. George's son, John, would take his family to Virginia. More About GEORGE STEWARD: Christening: Dec 7, 1591, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England Notes for ANNE CLARK: AFN:1X2V-QTP Children of GEORGE STEWARD and ANNE CLARK are:
i. MARGARET5 STEWARD, b. 1621, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; d. Sep 8, 1630. Notes for MARGARET STEWARD : LDS: AFN: 1X2V-QVW More About MARGARET STEWARD : Christening: Oct 25, 1621, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England ii. NICHOLAS STEWARD, b. 1624, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; m. SUSANA ELMES. Notes for NICHOLAS STEWARD : LDS: AFN: 1X2V-QW4 More About NICHOLAS STEWARD : Christening: Nov 1, 1624, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England iii. GEORGE STEWARD, b. 1626, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; d. Jun 27, 1627. Notes for GEORGE STEWARD : George lived only a year so his name was given again to a later born sibling. LSD: AFN: 1X2V-QXB More About GEORGE STEWARD : Christening: Oct 15, 1626, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England

iv. ANNE STEWARD, b. 1627, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. Notes for ANNE STEWARD : Anne lived for only one year, so her name was given to a later born sibling. AFN: 1X2V-QZJ More About ANNE STEWARD : Christening: Oct 28, 1627, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England v. MARIE STEWARD, b. 1629, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England. Notes for MARIE STEWARD : AFN: 1X2V-ROP More About MARIE STEWARD : Christening: Nov 23, 1629, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England vi. ANNE STEWARD, b. 1632, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; m. WILLIAM BLAND. Notes for ANNE STEWARD : Was given the name of a sibling who died before this Anne was born. Anne married into the colonial BLAND family. They appear all over colonial America. More About ANNE STEWARD : Christening: Jun 30, 1632, Pateshull, Northants, England 4. vii. JOHN STEWARD, SR., b. 1634, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; d. Jun 30, 1706, Henrico Co., VA. viii. GEORGE STEWARD, b. 1636. Notes for GEORGE STEWARD : AFN: 1X2V-R24 More About GEORGE STEWARD : Christening: Jun 29, 1636, Pateshull, Northants, England ix. THOMAS STEWARD, b. 1637. More About THOMAS STEWARD : Christening: Jul 21, 1637 x. DEBORAH STEWARD, b. 1638. Notes for DEBORAH STEWARD : AFN: 1X2VR4J More About DEBORAH STEWARD : Christening: Sep 7, 1638

Generation No. 4 4. JOHN5 STEWARD, SR. (GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1634 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England, and died Jun 30, 1706 in Henrico Co., VA. He married DOROTHY UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1645 in Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England, and died Aft. 1714. Notes for JOHN STEWARD, SR.: See Steward Clan Magazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, No. 1, July, 1943 for linage and date of death. Date of birth as well as mention of his children and wife can be found in the LDS AFN:1X2V-PTJ. See also page 74, tome D, for his son, John Steward.

John Steward was born in Pateshull, Northants, England where he was christened Jan. 6, 1634. His LSD no. is AFN:1X2V-PTJ. He married Dorothy Unknown who is listed as AFN: 1X2V-PVQ, having also been born in Pateshull abt. 1638, her age being disputed by deposition she gave, when she stated she was born in 1645. Between 1669 and the beginning of 1672, John and Dorothy emmigrated with their children, Sarah, John, Daniel, and Miss Steward, to Virginia. John is documented to be in Virginia as early as 1672, for on 15 March 1672, John Stuard was granted 600 acres, 3 roods, and 3 poles of land in Henrico County, VA, on the north side of the Appomattox River "beginning at a great branch of ye Ashen swamp," adjoining the lands of William Walthall's heirs, John Puckett, "a place called 'Cowpens' now in possession of Thomas Ligon, sr, extending to the Powhottan path." Ashen Swamp is apparently the place where Swift Creek flows into the Appomattox River in Chesterfield County (set off from Henrico County in 1749) at Port Walthall. John got this headright grant for having transported 12 persons into the colony (50 acres for each immigrant), and these persons were (as well as can determined from the antiquated writing) Sanders Dason, John Herress, Esam Dison, Henry Paine, William Pattison, Will Ward, Richard Moore, Martha Benn, Elizabeth Irving, John Renolds, Mary Armstid, and Christopher Webb. [land grants 6:446]. For "transporting" 12 persons to the new world, John was granted 600 acres of land because the British Parliament and the Virginia Land Co had provided that any person who transported another across the sea would be granted 50 acres of VA land per head, hence, the grant was called a "headright." According to genealogist and author, Paul Drake, when the ship arrived here with the new "indentured servants," an additional profit could be turned for their terms of service. Here's the math: it cost approximately 10 pounds per head for transport, plus food and shelter in England while transportees awaited til the ship filled up and sailed. The tranporter got land plus money for the contracts of service. And, of course, skilled laborers, sold for more than inexperienced day laborers. This land grant was confirmed 20 April 1685 when John Steward, sr., was given 70 additional acres adjoining his original 600 acres extending to Charles Featherston's corner - for importing two person into the colony. [land grants 7:450]. This parcel was in Bristol Parish which later became Henrico, then Dale County. William Walthall, merchant, was granted on 4 October 1657, 600 acres on the Ashen Swamp and the patent was renewed 18 March 1662/3 "and by him deserted" and John Stewart, Jr. obtained a patent 2 May 1705 to part of Walthall's land resulting in a lawsuit. In the dispute several neighbors gave deposition that the land seated 37 years ago in John Stewart - which would have been in 1675. [court records 5:159]. The old records for Henrico, Chesterfield, and Amelia Counties, VA, are now on microfilm in Richmond, VA, including a deposition given Dec 10, 1677, where John Steward gave his age as 45, or born in 1632. On Nov. 30, 1677, Dorothy Steward deposed that she was about 32 years old, or born about 1645. On Sept. 30, 1697, probably in order to circumvent probate, John Steward, Sr., conveyed to his sons, John, Jr. and Daniel the plantation on Ashen swamp, retaining a life estate for himself and his wife -- whereas in the conveyance John, Jr. stated, "I, John Steward, junr., for the natural love and affection I bare unto my brother Daniel Steward . . . be and with the good will, direction, order and appointment of my dear honored father John Steward, senr., "give to Daniel a part of the plantation then in our father's possession, "beginning at the corner tree on William Walthall's line . . . To have and to hold . . . from the day of the death of my dear father and Dorothy his wife, my dear mother." In short, John Sr. is keeping a life estate in the land for the lives of himself and his wife, then to his two sons, John Jr. and Daniel. John Jr adds to the conveyance giving probably part or all of his share of the plantation to Daniel. Note: I need to see this deed because I am getting this information second hand and although life estates originated in England, I have never seen one where two different grants were made by two different people in the same conveyance! About three years earlier, on Oct. 22, 1694, John Steward, Sr., for " ye good will & love I bear to my son-in-law William Fraiser and Sarah my daughter, the wife of said William," a parcel of land at Ashen swamp. In return John Steward, Sr. was to receive "one good bowl of punch" (liquor]. John Steward, Sr. died in 1706 at the age of 74. An inventory of his estate was taken on Oct. 24, 1706, and valued at 19,008 pounds of tobacco, presented in court by his

wife Dorothy Steward. On Nov. 1, 1707, Daniel Steward asserted in a court action that his father "on ye last day of June in ye year 1706 dyed intestate More About JOHN STEWARD, SR.: Christening: Jan 8, 1634, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England Property: Mar 15, 1672, Henrico Co., VA Notes for DOROTHY UNKNOWN: Dorothy can be found in the LDS at AFN:1X2V-PVQ. The following is an appraisal done by DOROTHY (maiden name unknown) STEWART of her husband's estate. It indicates that the family still had roots in England. 2 feather beds, bolsters, rug and blankets 2 feather beds, bolsters, rug and blankets 2 feather beds, bolsters, rug and blankets 1 small bed & c[hest] 2 old chest[s], 1 small box, 1 old trunk 1 looking glass & old spinning whee 6 leather chairs 17 head cattle running the woods 50 head hoggs running in the woods 1 mare & colt many other articles Total 12.00 8.00 11.00 5.00 2.50 .50 3.50 32.00 15.00 6.00 190.08

Appraised by Samuel Newman, Henry Walthall, Nich Dison, John Harley senr. Sworn before me the day and year above said, George Worsham, clk. We the undersigned appraised and hand you a second time the forementioned cattle and appreciate them at no higher value than we did at first and as appraised in the inventory. Samuel Newman, Nich Dison, John Harley senr. There is hogshead . . . . shipped to England. Henrico County, 1 January 1717, presented to the court by Dorothy Stewart relict and administrix of John Stewart snr deceased and proved by her oath to be a true and perfect inventory of her said deceased husbands estate to the best of her knowledge. Teste" James (undecipherable last name) More About DOROTHY UNKNOWN: Probate: Jan 1, 1714, Administratrix of Husband's Estate Children of JOHN STEWARD and DOROTHY UNKNOWN are:
i. SARAH6 STEWARD, b. Abt. 1661, Pateshull, Northamptonshire, England; m. WILLIAM FRAISER. Notes for SARAH STEWARD : Sarah's marriage to William Fraiser is documented in a conveyance of land to her and her husband, William Fraiser, by her father, John Steward on October 22, 1694. The land was a part of the Ashen Swamp property granted John for transporting immigrants to Virginia from England. [see notes for John Steward and reference to Stewart Clan Magazine]. Sarah is documented in the LSD at AFN:1X2V-PWX.

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ii. JOHN STEWART, JR., b. Abt. 1663, Henrico Co., VA [see notes]]; d. Bef. Aug 2, 1714, Henrico Co., VA. iii. DANIEL STEWARD, b. Abt. 1670, Pateshull, Northants, England; d. 1737, Amelia Co., VA. iv. MISS STEWARD, b. Abt. 1672; m. JOHN FORREST. Notes for MISS STEWARD : Miss Stewart is documented in the LDS at AFN:1X2V-PZC.

Generation No. 5 5. JOHN6 STEWART, JR. (JOHN5 STEWARD, SR., GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1663 in Henrico Co., VA [see notes]], and died Bef. Aug 2, 1714 in Henrico Co., VA. He married MICHAL BALLOW Abt. 1700. She was born Abt. 1686 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Bef. Jul 1719 in Henrico Co., VA. Notes for JOHN STEWART, JR.: I believe that John Stewart, Steward, etc., was born in Pateshull, Northants, England, rather than what is often inaccurately reported, i.e., that he was born in Henrico Co., VA. John's older sister Sarah and his other two siblings, Daniel and Miss Stewart, who was born after him were all born in Pateshull, as were his parents. This is documented in the LSD at AFN:1PGJ-B0T. Also known as John STUARD Junr., he was granted letters of administration of his mother-in-law's estate, Dorothy BALLEW. See Nov. 1 1701, Henrico Cty VA Deeds p. 279 In 1707, John was the defendant in a Trespass Upon the Case suit brought by Daniel Stewart [who is probably John's brother]. John probably won the case but was ordered to pay his witnesses, Katherine and Leonard Ballowe, John Pride, and Anne and Richard Holmes. Source: Henrico Co. VA Order Book 1707-1709, pg. 28 and see pg. 33 where he had to pay Chas Ballowe. On Aug. 20, 1707, John had to post a bond with the court for the estate property he was holding for the orphan WILLIAM BALLOWE. Source: Henrico Co. VA Orphans Court 1677-1739. pg. 49. In March of 1712, John got into a court battle with Arthur Mosley who owned land suitable for a mill on one side of Cornelius's Creek and according to law, was entitled to have the acre on the other side of the creek awarded to him. This land was owned by William Ballowe. John appeared and asked the court to refuse the petition because he was going to built a mill and already owned land on both sides of the creek. Source: Herico Co. VA Records (Orders) 1710-1714, pg. 222. The is the last Will of JOHN STEWART "of Henrico County" who was born about 1663. The will was dated April 25, 1714. It was admited was accepted by the court on August 2, 1714 and his wife, Michal, was named executrix. I. JOHN STEWART of Henrico County being sick of body but in sound and deposing memory praise be given to God for the same, do make this my last will in form following that is to say, First, and principally I resign my soul into the merciful hands of Almighty God my Creator assuredly hoping, through the merits of my blessed redeemer to obtain remission of all my sins and my body I commit to the earth whence it was taken to be decently buryed by the decision of my Exctr hereafter named and as for the worldly goods and effects ye Lord hath lent me I dispose thereof as followeth - Item: I give and bequeath to my son John Stewart three parcels of land two hundred at the . . . swamp four hundred and fifty more or less on the south side of branches brook; two hundred more or less at Lilly Valley with all . . . and profits to him and his heirs forever likewise a good fether bed and bolster worth at least five pounds current money, a new . . . quarter yarn . . . rugg a pair of blankets of the like , , , a . . . five pounds price and . . . with all my handy craft tools to be put into a chest that most of them are now in, and to be nailed up at my decease and not to be delivered to him til he cometh of age of one and twenty years, nor none of the aforesaid good. I likewise give my son and Indian boy named Frank.

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Stewart one Indian called Joan with her increase after the age of sixteen years or sooner if married likewise a part of a parcel of land lying in . . . between Walthall and myself viz: beginning at ye fork of the run where my mother now liveth and down the said run to ye swamp thence up a small holly branch to the line of C H Featherston so up the said Featherston line . . . to ye fork of ye run to her and her heirs if it proved mine or theirs by due proceeding at law and new bed and bolster of five pounds current money, a new . . . quarter rugg and pair of blankets of the like . . . a mare of two years old at ye least to be well grown at that age with her increase to be delivered at ye age aforesaid. Item: I give and bequeath to my three youngest daughters Michal, Mary and Judith Stewarts to each of them a bed and bolster of five pounds price with a new . . . quarter rugg and blankets to each a bed and ye lower parcel of that land in dispute with Walthall and myself, and to be divided by the decision now to each one their part, accordingly to ye true value thereof, to them and their heirs if proved mine or theirs by due proceeding at law. Likewise I give to my three youngest daughters each a young mare of two years old at least to be well grown at that age. I likewise give to my daughter Michal Stewart a negro boy called Dick to be delivered at ye age of sixteen years or sooner if married. I likewise give to my son John Stewart the land in dispute above the run beginning at ye said fork and so down the run to ye swamp and up the swamp to ye head line and so along the line to ye fork of ye run aforesaid according to ye same authority for he shall have by due proceeding at law to him and his heirs forever. All the rest of my worldly goods not before mentioned to be valued and appraised by some honest person who shall appraise ye said goods to the true value thereof and after all my debts are paid I give the third part of all that remaineth to my dear and loving wife Michal Stewart and the rest to be equally divided amongst my children and paid to them as they shall come to age to be paid in some staple commoditys to be seen delivered by some honest men when they come of full age. To my dear and loving wife Michal Stewart I give one negro wench called Aggy, one Indian wench called Doll and an Indian Man call Robin now living with my Mother but after her decease to return to my wife, and the Indian girl call Joan to continue with my wife till the daughter Sarah come of age or married likewise ye Indian man and two Indian women and the negro women with their increase to continue with my wife until her death - I likewise give to my two youngest daughters Mary and Judith of that increase each one a young slave after my wife's death what shall be then left to be divided by four men, my son John to have his first choice and the rest according to their birthright. After all my debts and funeral charges are paid by my dear and loving wife Michal Stewart whom I do make my whole and sole executrix of this my last will revoking all other wills by me heretofore made ye witness where of I have hereto set my hand and seal this 25 April 1714. JOHN STEWART Signed and sealed and fulfilled in presence of Francis Epes Jr., William Perkins, Charles Ballow At a Court held for Henrico County the 2 August 1714 This will was proved by the oaths of William Perkins and Charles Ballow, two of the witness thereto and the same was thereupon admitted to record. Teste: William Randolph, cfc The will was presented in court by his relic and executrix Michal Stewart who made oath thereto and and being proved by the oaths of William Perkins and Charles Ballew, two of the witnesses thereto, it is admitted to Record, and on the motion of the said Execx ordered that she be granted her for obtaining a Probate thereof in due form, John Pride and Edward Osborn entered themselves Securitys for the Same, it is futher ordered that she do present to the next Court an Inventory of the said Decdes estate. Ordered that William Cocke, Thom Bayle, Robert Burton and

Seth Ward or any three of them being first sworn by Mr. John Redford do appraise the estate of John Stewart Deced and make return thereof to the next Court. Judy Court 1714. [Henrico county, VA Records (Orders) 1710-1724 pp. 293-294] More About JOHN STEWART, JR.: Will: Bef. Aug 2, 1714, Henrico Co., VA Notes for MICHAL BALLOW: MICHELE is documented as being married to John in the LDS at AFN:1X2V-PZC. The following is the Will of MICHELE or MICHAL BALLOW (the wife of JOHN STEWART of Henrico County, Virginia, born 1663). I MICHAL STEWART of the parish and county of Henrico in Virginia being sick and weak in body, but of sound mind and memory praised by Almighty God for ye same do make and ordain and appoint this my last will in manner and form following - First and principally I recommend my sole to God who gave it me hoping through the merit and mediation of Jesus Christ my savior and Redeemer to receive just pardon for all my sins and my body to the earth from whence it was taken to be buryed in such manner as my Exectr hereafter named shall think fine and for such worldly goods as it hath pleased God to bestow upon me I give and bequeath viz: -In the first place I desire all my just debts and funeral charges may be satisfied and paid - 2. I give 20 pounds current money to . . . title of my land if any person should question any title thereto and my desire is the money may remain in my Exectr hands till my youngest child comes of age if it should not be expended in defending my title of land before and the whole or any part of the trust expend shall at ye time remain expended I will and desire it may be . . . and divided amongst all my children. 3. I will and desire my son may have two years schooling and the charge thereof be out of my estate and that he may remain with my Exctr till he shall attain to twenty one years of age . . . think fitt to bine him an apprentice. Item: I give to my daughter Sarah Stewart my black trunk it stand in my chamber. Item: I give to my daughter Mary Stewart one amber necklace and a pair of fine sizars with a silver chaine. Item: I give to my daughter Judith Stewart my silver tumbler. Item: I give to my son John Stewart my prize, his fathers silver buttons . . . contained therein. All of the rest of my estate of a nature or quality forever I give to be equally divided amongst all my children and I do constitute and appoint my loving brother Charles Ballows to be whole and sole Exctr of this my last will hereby revoking all former wills by me made in testimony whereof I have hereunto put my hand and affixed my seal ye day and year above written. MICHAL (her X sign) STEWART Sealed signed and published in the presence of Constant Perkins, John J.E. Ellis senr (his X mark) Drucilla Ballow. At a court held for Henrico County the 7 November 1719 This last will was proved by the oaths of Constant Perkins and John Ellis two of the witnesses thereto and was thereupon admitted to record Lowry Wood, dep clerk

By Feb, 1720, Michal Stewart had died as noted by the following court document: "in the action of Case between Leonard BALLEW Plt & Charles BALLEW, Exr of Mical Stewart Deceased Deft the Plt Joyns the Demirrer & Pleas pleaded by the Deft and tryall is refered to the next Court." [Henrico County, VA Minute Book 1719-1724, pg. 61] More About MICHAL BALLOW: Will: Nov 7, 1719, Henrico Co., VA More About JOHN STEWART and MICHAL BALLOW: Marriage: Abt. 1700 Children of JOHN STEWART and MICHAL BALLOW are:
i. SARAH7 STEWART, b. Abt. 1701, Henrico Co., VA; m. WILLIAM FRAISER. Notes for SARAH STEWART : AFN: 1X2V-NQQ See conveyance of Sarah's father, John Steward, Sr., dated Oct 22, 1694, where he names his daughter's husband as William Fraiser. ii. MICHAL STEWART, b. Abt. 1703, Henrico Co., VA; m. THOMAS LIGON. Notes for MICHAL STEWART : LDS# AFN: 1X2V-NRX Thomas Ligon and his wife Michal Stewart sold a tract of land in Halifax Co., VA July 22, 1790 to Robert Church. Michal Stuart Ligon married Henry Stokes in Halifax Co. on Dec. 9, 1799. iii. JOHN STEWART, b. Abt. 1705. iv. MARY STEWART, b. Abt. 1707. Notes for MARY STEWART : AFN: 1X2V-NTC v. JUDITH STEWART, b. Abt. Sep 1708, Henrico Co. VA; d. 1784, Dale Parish, Chesterfield, Amelia Co., VA; m. (1) JAMES LIGON, Dale Parish, Chesterfield, Amelia Co., VA; m. (2) JOSEPH LIGON ; b. 1704, Henrico Co., VA; d. 1784, Dale Parish, Chesterfield, Amelia Co., VA. Notes for JUDITH STEWART : Married twice to brothers. Notes for JAMES LIGON : Joseph married his brother's wife. More About JAMES LIGON and JUDITH STEWART : Marriage: Dale Parish, Chesterfield, Amelia Co., VA Notes for JOSEPH LIGON : AFN: PNWF-1T Son of William Ligon AFN: PNWF-TO and Elizabeth Batte AFN: AFN: PNXS-40

6. DANIEL6 STEWARD (JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1670 in Pateshull, Northants, England, and died 1737 in Amelia Co., VA. He married (1) ELIZABETH FARLEE Abt. Dec 1698 in Henrico Co. VA. He married (2) SARAH BAUGH Aft. 1700. Notes for DANIEL STEWARD:

Daniel and his siblings are listed in the LDS. His reference no. is AFN:1X2V-PX5 and is shown being born in Pateshull, Northants, England in 1670, which concurs with his own deposition given in Henrico Co., VA. See also "History of Henrico Parish," 1904, by Rev. L. W. Burton, to be found in the Richmond public library. In addition to various documents which mention Daniel (to be found in in the notes of John Steward, Sr. and John Jr.], in a deposition made March 31, 1698, Daniel gave his age as 28, or born in 1670. He was granted a license to marry Elizabeth Farlee, December 1698, recorded in court at Varina [the then county seat of Henrico], in April 1699, according to "Extracts from the Records of Henrico County, Virginia, 1677-1771" by Stanard. Amelia County, Virginia Deeds, Wills, and Court records have been published in book form by Gibson Jefferson McConnaughey and Bel Hubbard Wise, 1735 until 1786. Daniel Stewart of Henrico County was granted on Aug. 17, 1733, 396 acres in Prince George County near Flat Creek and on both sides of Neal's Branch, Henrico County Land Grant Book 15. This tract of land became a part of Amelia County, VA when that county was created in 1734. Daniel is mentioned also in the Virginia Land Patent Books which were reprinted by the Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly over a several year period and are now available on Ancestry.com. HENRY FARLEY, 318a, Amelia Co., upperside of Flatt Cr., and lower side of May's Br. adj Wm. Jackson and DANIEL STEWART (p. 734). 20 Aug. 1740 (Source: VA Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. XXV, No. 4 (01 Nov 1980], Virginia Land Patents.] DANIEL STEWART, of Henrico Co., 396a, NL, in Pr. George Co. in upper side Flatt Cr. and both sides of Neals Br. 17 Aug 1733. (Source: VA Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. XXIII, No. 4 (01 Nov 1985], Virginia Land Patents.] BENJAMIN RUFFIN, 400a, Amelia Co., upper side of Flatt Cr., both sides of Chandler's Br., bounded by John Burton, Ralph Jackson, DANIEL STEWART, Wm. Jackson (p. 528). 16 Jan 1738. Daniel's estate was appraised twice since he died siezed of land in both Henrico and Amelia counties. He died in 1737. His estate was appraised by William Pride, John Osborne, and Gilbert Elam. Sara [Baugh], Daniel's second wife, presented the inventory in Henrico County court on June 9. 1737. A second inventory of Daniel's estate took place in Amelia County on Aug. 26, 1737, with the same men as appraisers, according to "Henrico County Miscellaneous Court Records, Vol. 3, pages 1057-1058. The inventory contained over 100 items. Some of his personal possessions were one large Bible, an hour glass, one old looking glass, old pistols, and an old sword. On May 20, 1748, William Farley, Sr., conveyed to his son, William Farley, Jr., 198 acres on Neal's Branch, adjacent to Henry Farley, as laid off by Daniel Stewart, deceased, which was patented to Daniel Stewart Aug. 17. 1733. Notes for ELIZABETH FARLEE: Clan Stewart Magazine notes that Elizabeth was a widow when she married Daniel Steward, and also notes that her last name could be spelled in various ways, including FARLOE, FARLEIGH, and FARLEY. Marriage Notes for DANIEL STEWARD and ELIZABETH FARLEE: Marriage Licease granted in Amelia Co. More About DANIEL STEWARD and ELIZABETH FARLEE: Marriage: Abt. Dec 1698, Henrico Co. VA Notes for SARAH BAUGH: There seems to be some confusion on the spelling of Sarah's surname. Information of Sarah BANGER's status as Daniel's second wife was provided Louise Fair Henderson of Cleveland MS: lfhenderson@AOL.com. She is listed as Sarah BAUGH in the Steward Clan Magazine. More About DANIEL STEWARD and SARAH BAUGH: Marriage: Aft. 1700

Children of DANIEL STEWARD and ELIZABETH FARLEE are:
7. i. JOHN7 STEWART, b. Abt. 1700, Henrico Co., VA; d. Abt. 1777, Amelia Co., VA. ii. GEORGE STEWART. Notes for GEORGE STEWART : Except for Edson's speculation that George was the son of Daniel Steward, nothing more is known about this George Steward.

Generation No. 6 7. JOHN7 STEWART (DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1700 in Henrico Co., VA, and died Abt. 1777 in Amelia Co., VA. He married MARY BOWMAN 1722 in Henrico Co., VA (Source: 1607-1800 Marriages of Virginia Residences, Dorothy Wulfeck, Genealogical Publishinig Co., Baltimore, 1986, 157, "Stuart, John m. 1722 Mary Bowman, dau. of Edward, Henrico, p 229."), daughter of EDWARD BOWMAN. She was born Abt. 1701 in Henrico Co. VA, and died Bef. Sep 3, 1779. Notes for JOHN STEWART: John Stewart was born about 1700, and according to Stewart Clan Magazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, Sept. 1943, he was born in Bristol [later called Dale] parish, Henrico [later called Chesterfield] county. He inherited his father's (Daniel] part of the Ashen Swamp plantation and increased its acreage [see notes for John Stuart b. 1634 in Pateshull]. John married Mary Bowman in 1722. She was the daughter of Edward Bowman, according to "The Annals and History of Henrico Parish, Diocese of Virginia," by Moore [1904]. "Henrico County, Virginia Wills Addenda," by Weisiger, says, "On petition of John Stewart, setting forth that he married Mary, Daughter of Edward Bowman, Dec'd, who in his lifetime gave Mary 1 feather bed, prays the executors deliver same," Oct Court, Oct. 1. 1722. On Jan. 30, 1745, Joseph Jackson sold for 18 pounds to John Stewart of Dale Parish, Henrico Co., VA, 100 acres on West Creek in Amelia Co., VA. West Creek, running parallel with Deep Creek, is located in southern Amelia County, or what was then known as Nottoway Parish. The present Namozine Road runs between the two creeks. This deed was witnessed by Ralph Jackson, Thomas Franklin, and Mark Jackson. On March 7, 1748, John Stewart of Henrico County sold to John Walthall 400 acres of Ashen Swamp, "being part of the patent to John Stewart, Sr. in 1685." The deed recited the chain of title back to John Steward of Pateshull [born c. 1634] including the conveyance of this land to his brother Daniel [born c. 1670] and himself. This is a most significant deed because it traces the descendancy of John [b.1634] to Daniel [b. 1670] to this John who married Mary Bowman. In 1749 Dale Parish in Henrico County fell into the new county of Chesterfield. At this point in history, John moved his family to the newly formed Amelia County. On Aug. 18 1750, Field Jefferson sold to John Stewart of Dale Parish, Chesterfield County, VA, 300 acres in Amelia County, on a ridge between Deep Creek and West Creek. John Stewart and wife Mary of Nottoway Parish, sold the 42 acre tract on West Creek that they had purchased from Joseph Jackson to Peter Dupee, Jr., Oct. 30, 1762 for 100 pounds. This deed was witnessed by William Whitworth and James Farley. John Stewart sold about half of the 300 acre tract purchased from Field Jackson to his son Charles Stewart for 75 pounds on Feb. 18. 1763, witnessed by Daniel Farley, John Stewart, Jr., and Littlebury Stewart. This land lay "on ridges between West creek and Deep creek, near the Nottoway county line establish in 1789. John Stewart made his will Jan. 13, 1777, in "the Parish of Nottoway in the County of Amelia in the colony of Virginia." witnessed by Joseph Jennings, Samuel Thomson [a lay Baptish minister in Nottoway, according to "The Baptists of Virginia, 1699-1926," by Ryland], and John Howson. He appointed as executors his friend Daniel Farley and son Charles Stewart. Son LittleBerry Stewart received "the plantation whereon I now live," 155 acres. Wife Mary was to receive the negro servant, Peter.

Sons John, Daniel, Charles and Littleberry were to receive their father's copper still. The will also mentions daughters Obedience, Sarah, and Jane. John's estate was appraised Sept. 3, 1799. The appraisers were John Howson, Joseph Jennings, and Henry Ferguson, Amelia County Will Book 2, pp. 325-326. Here is a verbatim transcript of John's Will, dated Jan. 13, 1777 and probated in 1779 which I have highlighted the various names: In the Name of God Amen I JOHN STUART of the PAR ISH OF NOTTOWAY in the county of AMELIA in the colony of Virginia being in good health of body and of sound and disposing mind Memory and understanding thanks be given to God therefore & Calling to mind the Uncertainty of this Life and Knowing it is Appointed for all men once to die do therefore make ordain Nominate and Publish this to be my Last Will & Testament in manner and form following that is to say first of all and Principally I give my Soul to Almighty God who gave it and my body I commit to the Earth to be buryd at the discretion of my executor herein after named and as to what worldly Estate I have wherewith it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with this life I give devise dispose of[f] & bequath[sic] as follows, IMPRIMIS I give devise and bequeath unto my son Littleberry Stewart all and Singular the Plantation whereon I now live together with the Lands and Premises thereto belonging Containing one hundred fifty five acres be the same more or Less and all improvements thereon, made with the ------? Members and Appuaterianess thereunto belonging to have & hold unto the said LITTLEBERRY STEWART, his heirs & asaignes Forever and also one feather bed and the Furniture thereto belong ing after the decease of marriage of my WIFE MARY Itim I give devise and bequeath unto my son CHARLES STEWART and to his heirs and asaignes forever my negro fellow Peter But MY SAID WIFE, MARY shall have the use & benefit of the said negro[sic] fellow during her natural life or her intermarriage with any Person after my decease but if my said wife shall then desire [page 326] To part with said negro fellow after my decease unto the (original?) CHARLES STUART then and in that case the said Charles shall pay unto her during the aforesaid Term the Annual sum of forty Shillings Current money of Virginia ITIM I give devise and bequeath unto my DAUGHTERS OBEDIENCE one Feather bed and Furniture, ITIM I give devise and bequeath unto my FOUR SONS JOHN, CHARLES, DANIEL, AND LITTLEBERRY STUART my Copper Mill and all her utensils & I devise and bequeath my waring appearel unto my said sons, JOHN & DANIEL Itim I give devise and bequeath all the rest, residue and remain der of my Estate, which I devise may be Appraised, unto my WIFE MARY and my DAUGHTERS SARAH AND JANE Lastly I order and Direct that my Executors herein after named may pay off and discharge all my Just debts and Funeral Expences out of my Estate Itim I hereby Constitute Nominate & Appoint my Truly and well BELOVED FRIEND DANIEL FARLEY and my SON CHARLES STEWART to be Executors of this my Last Will and Testament hereby re

voking all former or other will or wills heretoford by me made and ordaining this only to be my Last will and Testament In Witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this thirteenth day of January one thousand seven hundred and seventy seven Signd seald & Decleared in presence of Jon IS Stewart (X) JOSEPH JENNINGS SAMUEL THOMPSON JOHN HOWSON By the time the American Revolution began in 1775, these Stewarts had already been in Virginia for over 100 years. They probably no longer thought of themselves as Englishmen but rather as Virginians. Old John Stewart furnished two sons for the cause of liberty, Littleberry and Charles, according to the "Virginia Revolutionary Publick Claims," Vol. I, Amelia County section, by Abercrombie and Slatten. This idea is reinforced by what Cousin Romaine Pointdexer found on her 2004 research trip in the Chancery Index, March 17, 1785, John Stuart is exempted from taxes. Note: this exemption was given to men who had fought in the Revolution and those with certain disabilites which may have included giving two sons up for the cause of independance. Furthermore, Littleberry's son Edward Steward (his grandfather's spelling] was also a Revolutionary soldier, but by this time, he had moved to Rowan [Davie] County, according to his pension file S7617. Littleberry's older brothers, John and Daniel, had moved during the war to Blackwater River in what would become Franklin County, VA, according to the Stewart Clan Magazine, Dec. 1943, written and researched by George Edson of Olathe, Kansas. Also, according to the Dec, 1943, Stewart Clan Magazine, John and his wife Mary were believed to have had two additional sons who died before John wrote his 1777 will. They were Gilbert and William [see notes following their names in this report]. I personally am of the opinion that Gilbert was their son -- but not William. Looking at William's will, I am unsettled by the fact, he didn't ask his siblings to look after his children in the event of his death -- but consigned them to the care of court appointed strangers. This doesn't jib with the closely knit Stewart/Stuart traditions. When Cousin Romaine Pointdexter was researching the Stuart/Stewart holdings on Stewart's Creek in Henry Co. VA she visited the county courthouse, she came across the following references to John Stewart: In the Land Entries Romaine found: Feb 1781, John Stuart - 225 acres adjoining John Clay. 17 Sep 1787, John Stuart 50 acres of Stewart's Creek. A Stewart (is this our Stuart?] was suing a MORGAN. Is this, his son John Jr.'s father-in-law? Case started in March of 1784 and was continued to 03 Mar 1785. No first name was given for parties. August 8, 1783, Adminstration of the estate of John Stewart 2nd is granted. John Cox who made oath according to law and with Wm. Ryan, his security. Mordecai Hord, John Barksdale, Price Martin and Baldwin Rowland appointed to appraise the estate. In 1785 a case entitled, Stewart vs. Patterson was continued. See also Stewart Clan Magazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, Sept. 1943. Louise Fair Henderson, of Cleveland MS,[LFHenderson@aol.com] is researching our line, as indicated by the following linage she supplied to me: 1] 2] 3] 4] George Stewart m. Anne Clarke John Stewart m Dorothy Unknown Daniel Stewart m. 1) Elizabeth Farloe 2) Sarah Banger John Stewart m. Mary Bowman

5] John Jaural Stewart m. Ann Hawe 6] Richard Stewart and Mary T. "Polly" Culbertson 7] Charles Augustus Stewart m. Ann Putman 8] Marcellus Asbury Stewart m. 1) Rosa Carrie Dickson 2) Mary Belle "Molly" Slay 9] Lily May Stewart m. Frank Love Fair (Louise's grandparents) 10] John Stewart Fair m. Mary Louise Richardson

Notes for MARY BOWMAN: Daughter of Edward BOWMAN More About JOHN STEWART and MARY BOWMAN: Marriage: 1722, Henrico Co., VA (Source: 1607-1800 Marriages of Virginia Residences, Dorothy Wulfeck, Genealogical Publishinig Co., Baltimore, 1986, 157, "Stuart, John m. 1722 Mary Bowman, dau. of Edward, Henrico, p 229.") Children of JOHN STEWART and MARY BOWMAN are:
i. GILBERT8 STEWART, b. Abt. 1728; d. Bef. Aug 1758, Amelia Co., VA. Notes for GILBERT STEWART : Although there is no proof, Stewart Clan Magazine, Dec. 1943, presumes that Gilbert was the son of John Stewart and Mary Bowman. Gilbert was probably named after his uncle Gilbert Bowman, who was named as a son of Edward Bowman. Gilbert appears to have died unmarried in Amelia County [wills, I: 136]. His estate was appraised in Aug. 1758. The inventory included "a parcel of surgeon's instruments," indicating that he was perhaps a doctor, and also "one gold ring, a parcel of books, a book of sundry dregs, three fawn skins, slait & pencilsl, set buckles, penknife, fountain pen and 1 lancet, two snuff boxes, parcel of wearing clothes, bone, razor and strop, old saddle & bridle, and an old horse," altogether valued at 9 pounds, 2 shillings, and 3 pence. 8. 9. ii. JOHN STUART, JR., b. Abt. 1729, Dale Parish, Chesterfield, Amelia Co., VA; d. 1805, Surry Co. NC. iii. CHARLES STEWART, b. Abt. 1730. iv. OBEDIENCE STEWART, b. 1734; d. Abt. 1801. Notes for OBEDIENCE STEWART : Steward Clan Magazine, Tome E, Vol. XXI, Sept. 1943, relates that Obedience died unmarried, calling her an old maid and "Aunt Biddy." Regardless of this epitaph, she was a kindly woman and ethically ahead of her time as witnessed by her will. Although she was well provided for by her brother Charles in his will, Obedience executed her own last will and testament soon after Charles died, with John White, Richard White, and Jenny White as witnesses. It was probated February 4, 1802 [wills, I: 479]. In her will she freed her negro woman named Dilcy and gave to Dilcy's husband who was a freedman named Julius "my negro boy Martin for his good service done me, together with half my stock cattle and pewter." She gave the other half of her cattle and some negroes to her nephew Alexander Stewart, and gave her remaining negroes, her bed, and furniture to her favorite niece, Prudence Stewart. 10. 11. 12. 13. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. WILLIAM STEWART, b. Abt. 1735; d. Bet. 1774 - 1780, Amelia Co., VA. DANIEL STEWART, b. 1736; d. Bef. Aug 1758. LITTLEBERRY STEWART, b. 1738. SARAH STEWART, b. 1740. JANE STEWART, b. 1742. Notes for JANE STEWART: Nothing more is known about Jane. Edson thinks that Sarah and Jane may be the same person.

Generation No. 7 8. JOHN8 STUART, JR. (JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1729 in Dale Parish, Chesterfield, Amelia Co., VA, and died 1805 in Surry Co. NC. He married RACHEL UNKNOWN.

Notes for JOHN STUART, JR.: According to tax lists, grants, deeds and other records, it is surmised that John Sr. was born in 1729, in Amelia Co., VA. Clan Stewart Magazine states that in 1775, John moved to Bedford [now Franklin] County, VA. From 1778 through 1782 he appeared on the Tax Lists of Henry Co., VA. According to the the NC State Census of 1784-1787 for Surry County John had moved to Surry Co. VA where he commissioned a land survey and deed which was recorded in 1793. John died in Surry, NC in 1805, naming his his wife, Rachel, and his children in a transfer of land. In a footnote in Stewart Clan Magazine, Oct. 1955, p. 119, the author states, "ABRAHAM HAWKS was adminstrator of the estate of John Stewart of Surry county, N.C., who died in March, 1807, =F:88". [presumably this date is an error]. John STUART paid a double tax on the Henry Co. VA 1778 Tax List because he refused to take the Oath of Affirmation to the State by Aug. 1, 1778. This would indicate that John was NOT a Loyalist to the Crown. There is also a John STEWART on this list as well as a William, James Jr. and Sr., and a Daniel Stewart. John Stewart Sr. and Jr. appeared on the the 1779 Henry Co. Tax List as did two other John Stewarts, a James Stewart, and James Sr. and Jr. On the 1780 Henry Co. Tax List, John Stewart appeared again, as did John Stewart, William Stewart, James Stuart, James Stewart Sr. and Jr., and a Murdock Stewart -- as well as John PACE and various PRATORS. On February 1, 1781, John obtained a grant of 225 acres (by survey dated Jan. 11, 1779) on the south side of Blackwater river, adjoining lands of Jesse Clay and Daniel Ward [land grants, D: 372] in Henry County. It should be noted that this land became situated in Franklin County in 1786 when Franklin was created from parts of Henry and Bedford counties. On the 1782 Henry Co. Tax List, the list grouped various Stewarts together thusly: Charles STEWART 1David Stewart 1Murdock Stewart 1 James Stewart Sr. 1James Stewart Jr. 1 John Stewart Sr. 1 John Stewart Jr. 1 John Stewart 11 John Stewart 1William Stewart 2 4 John Stewart Sr. and Jr. should be my Stewarts On the NC State Census of 1784-1787 for Surry County, a John STEWARD appears as a man over 60, living with three females which would be Rachel, his second wife, and two daughters, Nancy and Susanna. April 5, 1793, Surry County, NC, Book 130, pp. 122-123, records a survey commissioned by JOHN STEWART of James Lane for 100 acres, and witnessed by John Carland and John Stewart, Jr. The land is described as being on Naked Creek and waters of Stewarts Creek abutting John Hawks's line and that of Cornelius Keith's improvements. Recorded July 7, 1794. No. 1592, 85, page no. 33 on Naked Creek Note: According to Teresa, John Carlin showed up on the 1800 Greenville SC Census and one of his descendants say that his tombstone reads, "Born in 1750 PA.". As a curiosity, when "another" John Stewart applied for a Revolutionary War pension [see R10157, appl 16 Aug 1839, Davidson Co. NC], an Edward Stewart offered testimony that this John "was not his "cousin" John "Stuart" who lived in Amelia Co., VA some 160 miles from him during the Revolution." See Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files by White. Notes for RACHEL UNKNOWN:

It is presumed that Rachel was a second wife and may have been the mother of Joseph and Susanna. Particularly since the other children didn't seem to treat her well -- she had to petition the court for provisions when John died. Furthermore, none of John's children named a child after Rachel. Romaine Pointdexte wrote "My remaining mind works in strange ways. I was looking at this descendency chart today and thinking about people like Golly Stantliff, Gladys Blackburn, and Jerome Hawks. When I was growing up, I knew they were relatives, but when I look at the chart I see that we connect way back at Nancy's son, Edward Hawks. Therefore, we knew the ancestors--just nobody thought to talk about them. Anyway, this brought on the thought that Nancy and Edward were probably close in age, as she named a son for her brother. I find children are named for a brother more often than for a grandfather, no matter what the Scottish naming conventions were. With this, I began to wonder if Rachel had a brother named Edward or Joseph or Nathaniel. Bingo! I'll bet you and Craig are right and she was a sister of Nathaniel Payne. When her first son was born, she named him after that brother. Besides, there must have been some connection, as he received her year's provisions. I'm guessing the court handed it to her nearest male relative in the area." Teresa del Rios responded to Romaine, writing: "Romaine, Abraham Hawks also had a son named Nathaniel with his 2nd wife Elizabth Payne. Nathaniel Payne was David Payne and Molly Payne´s son. I don´t know exactly when he was born, buit I dont think he was one of the first born children of David and Molly Payne." Children of JOHN STUART and RACHEL UNKNOWN are:
14. 15. i. NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., b. Abt. 1753, presumably Amelia Co., VA; d. Aft. 1812, Buncombe Co., NC. ii. EDWARD STEWARD, b. Abt. 1755, Presumably Amelia Co., VA; d. Aug 13, 1838, Buncombe Co., NC. iii. JOHN STUART, JR., b. Abt. 1758; d. Abt. 1805, Surry Co.. Notes for JOHN STUART, JR.: This is the oldest survey and deed is for John Stewart that I have. Although the survey was done for John Stewart, it was witnessed by John Stewart Jr. and John Carland. The surveyor was James Lane. The survey of 100 acres was signed April 5. 1793 and the deed recorded July 7, 1794. No. 1592, 85, page no. 33 on Naked Creek, Surry Co., NC, the land being on Naked Creek and waters of Stewarts Creek abutting John Hawks's line and that of Cornelius Keith's improvements. iv. NANCY STUART, b. Abt. 1765; d. Carroll Co., VA; m. ABRAHAM HAWKS, 1784, Henry Co., VA. Notes for ABRAHAM HAWKS: Served in the Revolutionary War under Captain Daniel Carlin, Henry Co., VA 1779. More About ABRAHAM HAWKS and NANCY STUART : Marriage: 1784, Henry Co., VA 16. v. JOSEPH STEWART, b. Abt. 1770. vi. SUSANNA STUART, b. Aft. 1770; m. DAVID MAY.

9. CHARLES8 STEWART (JOHN7, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1730. He married RACHEL UNKNOWN. Notes for CHARLES STEWART: According to the Stewart Clan Magazine, Charles was living as a neighbor to his brother Littleberry in Amelia County, citing the tax list of Amelia Count for 1783. His household consisted of 9 whites, 6 dwellings, and 5 other buildings. Teresa notes that Charles and Nathaniel are found together on tax lists in 1774 and 1782, 1784-1787, but not on 1771 or 1772 lists. According to the Clan Stewart Magazine, Charles married Rachel Unknown and died in 1801 in Nottoway Parish which was part of Amelia County, VA . Since many of his children were still minors when he died, he presumably married late in life.

The following Amelia Co. deeds attest that Charles was a wealthy land owner who lacked the Stuart wander lust -he was born, grew wealthy, and died in Amelia County. On Nov. 19, 1757, Charles bought from John Ellis and his wife Mary of Lunenburg County, 42 acres of land on the north side of Deep Creek, adjoining Higdon Robertson, Worshaw, and Wilson. The deed was witnessed by Robert Cunningham, Daniel Farley, John Stewart, and Daniel Stewart [deeds, 6: 163]. Febuary 18, 1763, Charles bought of his father 150 acres on the ridges between Deep Creek and West Creek, adjoining Higdon Robertson, and the witnesses were Daniel Farley, John Stewart, and Littleberry Stewart. July 27, 1770, Charles Stewart of Nottoway parish, Amelia County, bought of Alexander Moore and his wife Ruth of Dale parish, Chesterfield county, 200 acres in Nottoway parish on both sides of Barebone branch [name later changed to Hamm's Creek] of West Creek, adjoining Richard Royall, Jr., William Jennings, James Oliver, and William Watson, and the witnesses were Theodore Vivian, John Jackson, and John Stuart. Charles made several other transactions which are repetitive and non-essential for tracking his family. Charles' will was executed on October 7, 1799 and probated September 3, 1801 [wills, I: 448]. It was witnessed by Daniel Verser, Thomas Morrris, and William Howson, and the executors were his friends, John Howson, Jr., Asa Davis, Stephen Dupuy, and William Farley. To his wife, Rachel, he left during her widowhood their 325 acre home and the use of three slaves: Esther, Amy, and Frances. He lent to his old maid sister, Obedience, (Aunt Biddy] during her lifetime, the 50 acres upon which she lived [the southeast part of a tract on Barebone Creek which he had purchased from Richard Royall on November 27, 1772] and lent her also a female slave, Dilcy. Charles left his sons, Alexander and Charles, the land he bought from Richard Royal and Alexander Moore -- but they were not to sell it until Charles was 32 years old, or molest their aunt in the enjoyment of the 50 acres. He gave his sons John and Daniel the remainder of his land, containing 325 acres, a division to be made when John was 21. The rest of the estate was to be equally divided between all of his children. At the time of his death all of his children were living. In 1802, Alexander and Charles sold some of the Barebone Creek parcel to Benjamin Ward and Joseph Jennings. This was shortly after Aunt Biddy passed on to join her beloved brother, Charles.

Children of CHARLES STEWART and RACHEL UNKNOWN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. ALEXANDER9 STEWART, b. Abt. 1775. ELIZABETH STEWART. CHARLES STEWART. PRUDENCE STEWART. Notes for PRUDENCE STEWART : Nothing is known about Prudence except for the fact that she was Aunt Biddy's favorite neice and remembered in her will. v. SARAH KEY STEWART. Notes for SARAH KEY STEWART : Nothing more is known about Sarah Key Stewart. vi. JOHN STEWART. Notes for JOHN STEWART : Nothing more is known about this John Stewart. vii. DANIEL STEWART. Notes for DANIEL STEWART: Nothing more is known about this Daniel Stewart.

viii. MARY KEY STEWART. Notes for MARY KEY STEWART : Nothing more is known about this Mary Stewart.

10. WILLIAM8 STEWART (JOHN7, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1735, and died Bet. 1774 - 1780 in Amelia Co., VA. He married MARY UNKNOWN. She died Nov 27, 1781 in Amelia Co., VA. Notes for WILLIAM STEWART: William Stewart, born about 1735, is believed to be the youngest son of John Stewart and Mary Bowman, as proposed by the Stewart Clan Magazine, Dec. 1943. On Mar. 22, 1770, Thomas Hamm of Raleigh Parish, Amelia Co., sold to William of the same county, a tract of land on both sides of Chandler's Branch, adjacent to Christopher Fortd and James Chapell. It should be noted that Chandler's Branch is a tributary to Flatt Creek as shown in a deed from Benjamin Ruffin to Christopher Ford dated Apr. 1, 1758, said deed also mentioned that the land of Daniel Stewart, dec'd ran adjacent to this Creek. Old Daniel Stewart owned land on Neal's Branch. The upper part of this tract included a section of Chandler's Branch, bordering Benjamin Ruffin. Old Daniel's grandson, William Stewart, subsequently acquired land on Chandler's Branch in 1770. bordering James Chappell. According to both modern and old land patent maps, William Stewart's land was near what is today the hamlet of Paineville, VA, and that Daniel Stewart lived just south of where William lived. These maps can be obtained from the Amalia Historical Society in Amelia, VA. Neal's Branch today still flows into Flatt Creek, however Chandler's Branch appears to now be extinct. On an 1820 map of Amelia Co., VA, the families shown still living in the area of Paineville were Ford, Chappel, and Seay. William Stewart died in 1774, pre-deceasing his parents. His will is dated Aug. 5, 1774, in Amelia Co. Will Book 2. The will names wife Mary, and children: John Stewart who was apparently named after his grandfather John, William Stewart, Edward Stewart, Salley Stewart, Charles Stewart, and Mary Stewart. The witesses were William Ford and Thomas Whitworth. Executors were Thomas Whitworth, Sr. and Thomas Whitworth, Jr. The land consisting of 174 acres, was to be equally divided between the wife and children once son John became 21 years old. The Will reads in part: "one feather bed I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, it being the best bed I have . . . my gun be sold towards paying my debts and the support of my children." William Stewart's mark was a circle with a line through the center. In a codocil to the will, dated Aug. 20, 1774, William Stewart had a witness write: "further my will, I desire that in case my executors should find that my children, any of them, are not brought up in a Christian-like, honest, and industrious way under their mother, that then my executors take them, or any of them, as they may see cause, or bind them to some trade to good honest people." The codicil was witnessed by Christopher Ford. William Stewart's wife Mary Stewart died only a few years later. On Nov. 24, 1780, "in her last sickness," she sent for Thomas Whitworth and stated her will to him. She died Nov. 27th. The will was proved Apr. 24, 1781, on oath of Thomas Whitworth before Christopher Ford, Amelia County Will Book 3. Children of WILLIAM STEWART and MARY UNKNOWN are:
i. ii. iii. iv. JOHN9 STEWART. WILLIAM STEWART, JR.. EDWARD STEWART. SARAH "SALLEY" STEWART, m. ROBERT FERGUSON, Apr 23, 1789, Amelia Co., VA. Notes for SARAH "SALLEY" STEWART: Sarah "Salley" Stewart, daughter of William, married Robert Ferguson Apr. 23, 1789, witnessed by Milton Ford. This Milton Fort was the sone of Christopher Ford, according to the Amelia County Will Book 4.

More About ROBERT FERGUSON and SARAH STEWART : Marriage: Apr 23, 1789, Amelia Co., VA v. CHARLES STEWART. vi. MARY STEWART, m. WILLIAM HUTCHESON, Jan 4, 1794, Amelia Co., VA. Notes for MARY STEWART : Mary was William's youngest daughter. She married Williaim Hutcheson on Jan. 4, 1794, William Booker surety. The ceremony was performed by John Skurrey, a Baptist minister, according to "Marriages of Amelia Coounty, Virginia, 1735-1815," by Williams. More About WILLIAM HUTCHESON and MARY STEWART : Marriage: Jan 4, 1794, Amelia Co., VA

11. DANIEL8 STEWART (JOHN7, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1736, and died Bef. Aug 1758. Notes for DANIEL STEWART: Daniel Steward, b. in 1736, was probably named after his grandfather who was born in Pateshull, England. Young Daniel was the son of John Stewart of Henrico Co. and Mary Bowman. John, Daniel's father, didn't move his family to Amelia Co. until 1745 -- so Daniel was probably born in Henrico Co. VA. STEWART CLAN MAGAZINE OF JANUARY 1939, VOL. XVI, NO. 7 p31 states that "Daniel Stewart went from Amelia county to Bedford county in 1775." On March 23, 1778, William Mead sold Daniel 160 acres on the Foxtrap branch, on the north side of Blackwater River, adjoining the land of Peter Blankenship [deeds, 6:29]. The Bedford Court, on Feb. 28, 1785, ordered that John Devers, Jesse Dillard, Daniel Stewart, and John Stewart, or any three of them, be appointed to view a way for a wagon road above Peter Holland's where John Devers road led off, the nearest and best way to Dillon's mill on Blackwater [court orders, 8: 101]. A year or so later this part of Bedford was put in the new county of Franklin. There is a Daniel's Run Gap in western Franklin County and a Daniel's Run flowing from it into Blackwater River. On September 4, 1786, Daniel Stewart of Franklin county sold to Edmond Winston of Campbell county 430 acres which had been patented to him on Dec. 2, 1785, in Franklin "late Bedford" county [deeds, I: 61] Daniel apparently only had one child, John, who was born, according to Clan Stewart Magazine on Jan. 18, 1757. It is presumed that Daniel's son, John, who was living in Orange County, NC and approaching senility, when he thought his dad was born in Amelia, Blandford or Bedford county, VA. The Clan Stewart Magazine reported that Daniel was living in Bedford county during the Revolutionary war, when his son, John served as a soldier from Bedford. =D: 31, 117. Daniel evidently resettled in Rowan county, N.C., where he was enumerated 1-0-1 in the census of 1790. On Aug. 7, 1793, he bought from Valentine Beard 119 1/4 acres on the north bank of Reedy creek, on Jonas Leatherman's line. He sold this tract Nov. 19, 1807, to Jonas Leatherman. This land lay in Davidson county after 1822. Daniel and his son, John were listed in the following tax list: 1790 North Carolina Salisbury District, Rowan County. page 328 Daniel Stuart 1 Free white male of 16 years and upward 1 Free white female including heads of families John Stuart Jur. 1 Free white males of 16 years and upward 0 Free white males under 16 years 2 Free white females including heads of families

Note: I wonder how Epson came up with an exact date for John birth's in 1757. Also note that these records and deeds often add a "Jr." to John's name which creates a problem, inasmuch as, genealogists insist on John being Daniel's son. Could this birth date be from his service records? Thanks to a new "cousin" [JayStuart@earthlink.net] for the following deed abstracts from Rowan Co., NC, referring to Daniel and his son, John: Rowan County was formed in 1753 from Anson. It was named in honor of Matthew Rowan who was a prominent leader before the Revolution and who for a short time after the death of Governor Gabriel Johnston was acting governor. It is in the central section of the State and is bounded by Davidson, Stanly, Cabarrus, Iredell and Davie counties. Its present land area is 511.11 square miles and the 1990 population was 110,605. The county seat was first called Rowan Court House. It has been called Salisbury since about 1755. DB 10: 539, 25 Sept 1784, States Grant # 760 77 Acres to Christian Leatherman on Reedy Creek adj Hugh & Joseph Cunningham, & Valentine Beard. DB 10: 70 , 4 Nov 1784, State Grant # 767, 150 Acres to Jonas Leatherman on Reedy Creek of Muddy Creek adj William Mitchell. Rowan Co., Deeds p. 32. DB 11: 13, 26 June 1785, Valentine Beard & wf. Margaret signs in Ger. to Jonas Latherman fpr 80 pounds, 246 Acres on Reedy Crk part of 640 Acres surveyed for Beard. George Coons, proved May Crt 1787. Valentine Beard & wf [Margaret] to Jonas Leatherman for 356A on Reed Crk Feb. 1793 proved by Koontz [Deed Bk 13:44]. Book 14 page 66: Aug 7, 1793: Valentine Beard of Rowan Co. NC- - no wife signs - -lets DANIEL STEWART of - - have 119 1/2 Acres on Reed Creek next John Leatherman on up the creek, of 90 pounds, witnessed by Goerge Koons & John Fonts, and proved by the latter in May 1795. (This is all of the State Grant to said Beard on ____ 1793.) DB 15: 31. 18 Feb 1797. Samuel Welsh & Christian Leatherman to Wm. Yonts 109 ac adj. JOHN STEWARD, Steesman & Helsey. (part of a state grant to Valentine Beard) DB 18: 989. 6 Apr 1797. Samuel Welsh to Christian Leatherman 13 1/4 ac on Reedy Creek adj. Statesman. Wit: JOHN STUART, JR. and Daniel Leatherman. Book 22 page 238: On Nov. 19, 1807 DANIEL STUART- - no wife signs- - lets Jonas Leatherman (both of Rowan Co. N.C.) have 119 1/4 acres on Reedy Creek on the north Bank next Jonas Leatherman for $450.00, witnessed by John Biry (?) & _____ Zimmerman & proved by John Buis in Aug. 1811. MAMIE GASKILL MCCUBBINS Davidson DB 1:375 17 Oct 1824 David Hoffman to Henry Sowers. West side of Reedy Creek. Doctor John P Mattaw's corner. John Zimmerman's line, JOHN STUART'S line, Hugh Cunningham's line, John Perrell's line. 81 1/2 acres.Wit: H C Monroe.

Child of DANIEL STEWART is:
i. JOHN9 STEWART, b. Jan 18, 1757. Notes for JOHN STEWART : See the notes for John's father that refers to various deeds that document John and Daniel's presence in Rowan Co., NC, as well as a mention in Stewart Clan Magazine which gives John's date of birth.

12. LITTLEBERRY8 STEWART (JOHN7, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1738. Notes for LITTLEBERRY STEWART: According to Stewart Clan Magazine, Littleberry was drafted and fought in the Revolutionary War from Amelia County. He was on the tax list for Amelia county in 1783 with 5 whites, 2 dwellings and another building. He was living on the property willed to him by his father in 1777, a parcel of 155 acres. Edson thinks he moved to Bedford county around 1795. Child of LITTLEBERRY STEWART is:
i. EDWARD 9 STEWART, b. Jan 26, 1762, Amelia Co., VA; m. MARY UNKNOWN. Notes for EDWARD STEWART : Stewart Clan Magazine states that Edward was born Jan. 27, 1762 and that he was Littleberry's son. According to the GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS OF REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION FILES by White, Edward Stewart or Steuart, was married to a MARY and fought in the VA line, W6170, BLW #26039-160-55, see all S7617. He was the son of LITTLEBERRY Stuart and was b. on Amelia Co. VA where he was living when he enlisted. About 1793, he moved to Rowan Co., NC where he applied for a pension on 11 Apr 1833, listing his age as 73 years old. (WHICH WOULD SET HIS BIRTH DATE AT 1750 AND IS AT ODDS WITH THE MAGAZINE). According to Cousin Teresa, after the war, Edward migrated to Orange Co., then to Rowan Co., NC.

13. SARAH8 STEWART (JOHN7, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1740. She married FRANCIS JACKSON Abt. 1790 in Amelia Co., VA. Notes for SARAH STEWART: According to Clan Steward Magazine "Sarah or Jane Stewart married Francis Jackson, the son of Francis of Dale parish, Chesterfield couny," =D: 210 and enumerated her eight children as per the family records of Miss Agnes Ball. More About FRANCIS JACKSON and SARAH STEWART: Marriage: Abt. 1790, Amelia Co., VA Children of SARAH STEWART and FRANCIS JACKSON are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. BURWELL9 JACKSON. STEWART JACKSON. JOEL JACKSON. JOHN JACKSON. FRANCIS JACKSON. MARY JACKSON. ELIZABETH JACKSON.

viii. LEROY JACKSON.

Generation No. 8 14. NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR. (JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1753 in presumably Amelia Co., VA, and died Aft. 1812 in Buncombe Co., NC. He married MARY BLEDSOE. She was born in VA. Notes for NATHANIEL STUART, SR.: Nathaniel Sr. was born about 1753, presumedly in Amelia Co., VA. Nathaniel Sr.'s father, John, died in Surry Co. in 1805. Nathaniel was named in the will, along with his other brothers and sisters. Nathaniel Sr. first shows up in 1774 in the Surry-Wikes Taxables. Also on the list were Chas., Wm. and Isaiah Stewart and the related John and Moses BLEDSOE.

Nathaniel Sr. fought in the Revolutionary War under the name of STUARD (his grandfather's spelling] along side of the BLEDSOES. Listed as serving in a unit under the command of Capt. William SEPPARD in a unit commanded by Capt. Joseph HERNDON and Lt. William LENOIR. Nathaniel appears on the census of 1790 in Surry County NC , enumerated with five boy under 16 years of age and three females in his family. That same year, on 14 Aug. 1790, Surry Co. Deed Book E, Nathaniel STUART conveyed to Henry NORMAN, 150 acres on Little Fish River for 75 pounds in VA currency. The deed was signed by both Nathaniel and Mary Stuart, with William Norman, George Keith, and Joseph Holder as witnesses. In looking at this deed book, familiar names appear, including William Hawks and Moses Cockerham. Furthermore, on May 25. 1797, Nathaniel Sr. bought 100 acres of land on Stewarts Creek in Surry Co. from Cornelius Keith. Cornelius eventually moved to Pendleton County, SC which was contiguous with Greenville Co. -and may have motivated Nathaniel and Edward to move to Greenville, SC. Nathaniel Stewart Sr. (age over 45 with a wife over 45] appears on the 1800 Census of SC in Greenville Co., living as a neighbor to his brother Edward Stewart who, according to Stewart Clan Magazine, Tome G, March, 1954, Vol. 31, p. 1, was living with "a son between 16 and 21, and a son and a daughter between 10 and 16" and "evidently the same Edward from Surry." See also Greenville Co. SC Deed Book L, page 129 AND Deed Book 1, page 451 which shows Nathaniel Stewart "from Surry Co. NC" witnessing a deed. Both Edward and Nathaniel, Sr. were sons of John Stewart and his wife Rachel, according to a Surry Co., NC division of land petition. This estate record is on microfilm in the NC State Library in Raleigh, NC. It would appear that Nathaniel never owned land in SC and before 1810 moved his family up to Buncombe Co, NC where they settled on Avery Creek, south of Asheville, NC. His brother Edward, however, remained in Greenville Co., SC where he conveyed land in 1802. Nathaniel Stuart, Sr. appears in the 1810 Census of Buncombe Co., NC, page 263. He appears as a male 45 and upward with 1 female 45 and upward. He is five houses down from his son, Nathaniel Steward, Jr. who is living with 3 males under 10, two males 26 to 45, and one female 26 to 45. The following two deeds should be researched backward to see what was in the original land grant. It is very probable that they were originally given to Nathaniel for his service in the Revolutionary War, the Indian Wars, or the War of 1812. The grants could have originated in VA. These grants can be confusing because the grant is issued in the state the warrantee lived -- for land that is being opened up to development (usually further West] and not necessarily in the grantor state. March 1, 1817, Buncombe Co., Book 11, pp 476-477; NATHANIEL STEWART to EDWARD STEWART [Nathaniel's brother], $50.00 for 200 acres of a land grant off Avery Creek formerly granted to Nathaniel from the State. Witnesses: JACOB AND CHARLES STEWART. The conveyance was proven in court in Sept. 22, 1819 by Jacob B. Stewart. March 1. 1817, Buncombe Co., Book 17, pp. 434-436; from NATHANIEL STEWARD to EDWARD STEWARD [Nathaniel's brother], between French Broad River and Averys Creek, abuts land of Jacob Steward. Land was originally a land grant to Nathaniel Steward. $200.00 paid for over 450 acres. Witnesses: JACOB B. AND CHARLES STEWART. Recorded Sept 15, 1818 Nathaniel Stuart, Sr. appears in the 1820 Federal Census of Buncombe Co., NC, page 128, NC2a1216461. He is listed next to Edward Stuart, Robert Rogers, John Carlan, and William Prator. He is living next door to his son, Nathaniel Jr. who appears on page 125, NC2a1216462. Nathaniel Stuart, Sr. was located in the Otto area of Macon Co. NC in the Vandyke's Store Precinct according to the Polls of 1835. He is listed as No. 20, his son, Nathaniel Stuart, Jr. is No. 45, and his grandson, Shemeter Stuart is No. 22. Nathaniel Stuart, Sr. appears in the 1840 Federal Census of Macon Co., NC, page 146, NCS4a2517003.

Children of NATHANIEL STUART and MARY BLEDSOE are:
17. 18. 19. 20. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. HAMILTON10 STEWART, b. Abt. 1760, Salisbury Dist., Surry Co., NC; d. Nov 1832, Franklin Co., TN. CHARLES STEWART, b. Abt. 1774. NATHANIAL STEWART, JR., b. Abt. 1774. JACOB STUART, b. 1777, NC; d. Aft. 1860, Fannin Co., GA. JAMES STEWART, b. 1780, Surry Co., NC. EDWARD STEWART, b. Abt. 1782; d. Abt. 1855; m. SARAH ISRAEL, Buncombe Co., NC; b. 1792; d. Abt. 1880. Notes for EDWARD STEWART : Teresa del Rios thinks this is another son of Nathaniel Sr. and found the marriage record for Edward and Sarah. According to Kenneth Davidson Israel in "The Children of Israel," Edward Stewart was born in 1782 at North Carolina, US. He was Miller. He married Sarah Israel, daughter of Johnson Israel and Ann (Anna?) (?). Edward Stewart appeared on the census of 1830 at Buncombe County, North Carolina, US. He died circa 1855. Edward Stewart was a miller and is believed to have operated a grain mill on Avery's Creek, on the Michael Israel, R. property. The mill and mill pond was just below the waggon road and was on the part of the Michael Israel estate which went to Johnson Israel, Sarah (Israel) Stewart's father. Notes for SARAH ISRAEL: According to Kenneth Davidson Israel in "The Children of Israel," Sarah Israel was born in 1792 at Wilkes County, North Carolina, US. She was the daughter of Johnson Israel and Ann (Anna?) (?). Sarah Israel married Edward Stewart. Sarah Israel died after 1880. She It is not known for sure if Sarah Israel and Edward Stewart had any children. In 1830 a Edward Stewart, Sr. is listed in Buncombe County, North Carolina with three children living in the household. This may be the Edward Stewart married to Sarah Israel, but there is no evidence to support that theory at this time. In 1840 Edward and Sarah (Israel) Stewart, are living in a household with no other members. The same was true in 1850. After Edward Stewart died, Sarah (Israel) Stewart, his widow, lived with her brother William Israel and her sister Jane Israel. Had she had children, she would have been more likely to live with them. Sarah (Israel) Stewart was 92 years old when the 1880 census was take. It is not known when she died. More About EDWARD STEWART and SARAH ISRAEL: Marriage: Buncombe Co., NC vii. JOSHUA STEWART, b. 1784.

15. EDWARD9 STEWARD (JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1755 in Presumably Amelia Co., VA, and died Aug 13, 1838 in Buncombe Co., NC. He married MARY UNKNOWN in Surry Co., NC. She was born Bet. 1760 - 1765 in Orange Co., NC, and died Abt. 1830 in Buncombe Co., NC. Notes for EDWARD STEWARD: Four Edwards show up in VA, NC, SC in the 1700's and early 1800's. They are often confused. The only way to untangle them is to scrutinize their birth dates, the census entries, then trace their purchases and sales of property. Two of the Edwards can be immediately distinguished and eliminated: the Edward (b c. 1782) who married Sarah Israel and lived a stationary life as a miller on his father-in-law's property on Avery Creek without owning any property. The second Edward to be eliminated from the confusion is Edward, grandson of John Stewart and Mary Bowman's doubtful son William. That leaves two Edwards, both of whom fought in the Revolution: 1) Edward, (b. 1762 VA) son of Littleberry Stewart, and 2) Edward, (b. 1755 VA) son of John Stuart and Rachel. Little is know about Littleberry, except that he, as well as his son, Edward, fought in the Revolution and according to Cousin Teresa, after the war, Edward migrated to Orange Co., then to Rowan Co., NC. Edward 2) however, son of John and Rachel, also served in the Revolutionary War in Capt. Peter Houston's Company, Col. Shelby's Regiment, according to a pension request filed by his son-in-law, William Praytor, who was married to Nancy Stewart while living in Union Co., GA. The pension request was denied -- presumably because the war dept. confused him with a Davie Co., "NC Edward" who was already receiving benefits. Then again Praytor could have been denied because Edward had fought with Captain Carlin as documented by the following payroll

where Edward is listed next to his brother John and several men above his nephew Hamp, better known as Hamilton: Here is my transcription from a photocopy of the original payroll which was labeled by hand in modern times as "Carlins Militia Henry Co. VA Rev. War 1779" - with a special thanks to Cousin Teresa for proofing my work in making out the antiquated spellings and handwriting. I do hereby certifie that I ordered Capt. Danl Carlin 6th March a Company of Militia of Volunteers against the Tories & British in the State of North Carolina Given under my hand this 27th Day of AUG 1786 William Mitchell Page 2 A Pay Roll for a Company of Militia under the Command of Capt. Daniel Carlin Ordered into Actual Service from the County of Henry. On the 25th day of July 1779 And Discharged the Tenth Day of September in the same year. Daniel Carlin Capt Thoman Carlin Lieut William Hawks Surgeon John Hawks - Sargon Isham Webb - Sargon Thomas Wray Thomas Hill Philip Holt Thomas Hardwick James Holdstead James Steward William Steward Isham Royalty John Royalty Richard Richards John Mcgown Junior Edward Stewart John Stewart Gilbert Turney John Jones William Sanders Hamp Stewart Benjamin Johnston Solomon Holder Luis Holder John Holder James Armstrong William Hammons Robert Hudspeth John Christian William Letcher Richard Owens Eli Scurry Reubin Harrison Hugh Rogan John Grymes William Roland Cornelius Carroll Moses Indecutt

Henry County} This Day Came Capt Daniel Carlin before me William Mitchell JP for the Said County & made oath that he was ordered on July by the County Lieutenant in 79 on July 25tth & sent him Self & the above officers & soldiers til September Certified under my name July 27th 1786 William Mitchell Nathaniel Stewart (age over 45] appears on the 1800 Census of SC in Greenville Co. as a neighbor to his brother Edward Stewart [age 26 to 45]. See also Greenville Co. SC Deed Book L, page 129 AND Deed Book 1, page 451 which shows Nathaniel Stewart as a witness indicating that he was from Surry Co. NC. Both Edward and Nathaniel, Sr. were sons of John Stewart and his wife Rachel, according to a Surry Co., NC division of land petition. This estate record in on microfilm in the NC State Library in Raleigh, NC. It would

appear that Nathaniel never owned land in SC and moved his families to Buncombe Co, NC before 1810 and settled on Avery Creek, south of Asheville, NC. This deed proves that Edward Stuart moved to Greenville, SC. It was executed 10 Oct 1802 in Greenville Co., SC and recorded May Term, 1806; Book I, p. 129-130. This deed recites that EDWARD STUART was the grantor and deeded land to LOUIS HAIL of Surry Co. NC, in consideration of 45 pounds for 100 acres. Witenesses: John Burrug and Powel Hail. The deed was proven in court by subscribing witness Powel Hail. Edward moved to the Buncombe Co., NC after 1810 as evidenced by the following conveyances that are abstracted in James Wooley Deed Index for Buncombe County, published in 1983 -- I have photocopies of most of the original deeds: Feb. 9, 1814, Buncombe Co., Book G, p. 293, Jacob Steward to Edward Steward, 200 acres on Avery. Feb. 9, 1814, Buncombe Co., Jacob Steward to Edward Steward, 200 acres on Avery Creek of French Broad River on the South side of Brittain's Mountain, $150.00 for 200 acres. Witnesses: William Praytor and Jacob Stewart Jurat. Recorded Feb. 14, 1815 proven by Jacob Stuart. March 1, 1817, Buncombe Co., Book 11, pp 476-477; Nathaniel Stewart to Edward Stewart, $50.00, 200 acres of a land grant off Avery Creek to Nathaniel from the State. Witnesses: Jacob and Charles Stewart. The will was proven in court in Sept. 22, 1819 by Jacob B. Stewart. March 1. 1817, Buncombe Co., Book 17, pp. 434-436; from Nathaniel Steward to Edward Steward, between French Broad River and Averys Creek, abuts land of Jacob Steward. Land was originally a land grant to Nathaniel Steward. $200.00 paid for over 450 acres. Witnesses: Jacob B. and Charles Stewart. Recorded Sept 15, 1818. Aug. 1, 1817, Buncombe Co., Book 11, p. 431, Nathaniel Stewart, Jr. to Edward Steward, Sr. $100.00 for 150 acres of French Broad River, abutting land of John Young. Witnesses: Jacob and Charles Steward. Recorded and proven in open court by J. B. Steward. Sept, 1819. Dec, 5, 1818, Buncombe Co., Book 13, p. 59, State of NC #2385 to Edward Stewart, 100 acres on Avery Creek. Dec. 19, 1821, Book 97, p. 21, State of NC #2542 to Edward Stewart, 200 acres on Avery Creek. Recorded April 6, 1896. 1821, Buncombe Co., Book 13, pp. 75-76; Edward Stewart to Jacob Stewart, part of Nathaniel Stewart's land grant off French Broad River and lying on Avery Creek, only $20.00 for 100 acres. Witnesses: E. R. McCluisse. Acknowledged and Recorded in July 1, 1823. Feb 6 , 1832, Buncombe Co., Indenture, Book 24, pp 218-219, Sarah Stuart, William Praytor, Joshua Jones, and Jacob Stuart, Grantors, to Polly Stuart. The grantors are the heirs of Edward Stuart, recently deceased, who got the land from Nathaniel Stuart which was located near Bull Mountain and French Broad River. Polly paid $200.00 for over 300 acres. Witnesses: William A. Byers, Joseph Lance. Nov. 1847, Buncombe Co., NC, Book ?, page 225, J. B., Stuart of Cherokee Co., Wm. Praytor of Buncombe Co., and Joshua Jones of Henderson Co. as heirs of the Estate of Edward Stuart to Polly Stuart of Henderson Co., $70.00. Witnesses: E B. Praytor and J.C. Israel. Recorded and proven by subscriber E. B. Praytor, Oct. Term 1849.

More About EDWARD STEWARD and MARY UNKNOWN: Marriage: Surry Co., NC Children of EDWARD STEWARD and MARY UNKNOWN are:
i. MARY "POLLY"10 STUART, b. Bet. 1784 - 1785, Surry Co., NC; d. Aft. 1850, Henderson Co., NC.

Notes for MARY "POLLY" STUART : When Mary "Polly" Stewart's father, Edward, died, her siblings sold their shares of the real property to her. Presumedly she widowed and had been left some money to buy this property. Abstracts of the deeds are as follows: Feb 6 , 1832, Buncombe Co., Indenture, Book 24, pp 218-219, SARAH STUART, WILLIAM PRAYTOR, JOSHUA JONES, AND JACOB STUART, Grantors, to POLLY STUART. The grantors are the heirs of EDWARD STUART, recently deceased who got the land from NATHANIEL STUART located near Bull Mountain Br. known as the Young old place abutting A. B. Carland and French Broad River. Polly paid $200.00 for over 300 acres. Witnesses: William C. Berry and Joseph Lance. Recorded Dec . 3, 1851. Nov. 1847, Buncombe Co., NC, Book ?, page 225, J. B., STUART of Cherokee Co., WM. PRAYTOR of Buncombe Co., and Joshua Jones of Henderson Co. as heirs of the Estate of EDWARD STUART to POLLY STUART of Henderson Co., $70.00. Witnesses: E B. Praytor and J.C. Israel. Recorded and proven by subscriber E. B. Praytor, Oct. Term 1849. 21. 22. 23. ii. NANCY STUART, b. Bet. 1787 - 1788, Surry Co., NC; d. Bet. 1859 - 1860, Cherokee Co., NC. iii. JACOB B. STUART, b. Bet. 1790 - 1794, Greenville Dist., SC. iv. LURANY STUART, b. Bet. 1798 - 1799.

16. JOSEPH9 STEWART (JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1770. He married MARGARET DEAN. Child of JOSEPH STEWART and MARGARET DEAN is:
24. i. JOEL10 STEWART, b. Abt. 1795.

Generation No. 9 17. HAMILTON10 STEWART (NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1760 in Salisbury Dist., Surry Co., NC, and died Nov 1832 in Franklin Co., TN. He married REBECCA ELIZABETH BLEDSOE Bef. 1786 in Surry Co., NC, daughter of JOHN BLEDSOE and SUSANNA DAWSON. She was born Abt. 1764 in Salisbury Dist., Surry Co., NC, and died Aft. 1806 in Surry Co., NC. Notes for HAMILTON STEWART: Hamilton served in the Henry Co. Militia group of Capt. Daniel CARLIN in 1779. This was a three month tour. He served with his uncles: Edward and John Jr. [Source: Payroll of Capt. Daniel Carlin, dated 27 Aug 1826] Hamilton was living in Surry Co., NC in 1786, appearing on the same census living near his grandfather, John Steward (husband of Rachel], Hamilton is described as being between 21 and 60 years of age and living with two females. More About HAMILTON STEWART and REBECCA BLEDSOE: Marriage: Bef. 1786, Surry Co., NC Children of HAMILTON STEWART and REBECCA BLEDSOE are:
25. i. JOHN CLARK11 STEWART, SR., b. Oct 18, 1781, Surry Co., NC; d. Aug 29, 1884, Shawnee Bend, Warsaw, Benton Co., MO. ii. ABIGAIL STEWART, b. Abt. 1785. iii. ANTHONY STEWART, b. Abt. 1788, Surry Co., NC; d. Aug 29, 1864, Franklin Co., TN; m. (1) MARY DONOHO; b. Oct 6, 1809, Hawkins Co,, TN; d. Mar 5, 1830, Franklin Co., TN; m. (2) MARGARET GONCE, Mar 5, 1830, Franklin Co., TN; b. Abt. 1803, Hawkins Co,, TN; d. May 18, 1883, Jackson Co., AL. More About ANTHONY STEWART and MARGARET GONCE: Marriage: Mar 5, 1830, Franklin Co., TN iv. ENOCH STEWART, b. Abt. 1790, Surry Co., NC. v. EVAN A. STEWART.

vi. NATHANIEL C. STEWART, b. 1782; d. 1854, Buncombe Co., NC. vii. HAMILTON STEWART, JR., b. Abt. 1800, Hawkins Co,, TN; d. Aug 19, 1843, Jackson Co., AL.

18. CHARLES10 STEWART (NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1774. He married ELIZABETH. Notes for CHARLES STEWART: This is line of Betty de Ramus from Brady, TX Child of CHARLES STEWART and ELIZABETH is:
i. ISOM P.11 STEWART, b. Sep 5, 1804; d. Mar 1, 1888, Mills River, Henderson Co., NC; m. SERENIA F. (ORA) RAY ; b. Feb 10, 1815; d. Apr 15, 1887, Mills River, Henderson Co., NC. Notes for ISOM P. STEWART : Member of the Mills River Baptist Church, Henderson Co., NC More About ISOM P. STEWART: Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC Notes for SERENIA F. (ORA) RAY : Member of the Mills River Baptist Church, Henderson Co., NC More About SERENIA F. (ORA) RAY : Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC

19. NATHANIAL10 STEWART, JR. (NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1774. Notes for NATHANIAL STEWART, JR.: In the 1810 Census of Bumcombe Co. NC, we find NATHANIEL STEWARD JR. listed are 3 males under 10, 2 males 26-46 and 1 female 26-45. This coincides with his Nathaniel Jr.'s age of 36, and his three boys who were all under 10 and the probable age of his wife. Nathaniel Stuart, Sr. appears in the 1820 Federal Census of Buncombe Co., NC, page 128, NC2a1216461. He is living near his son, Nathaniel Jr. who appears on page 125, NC2a1216462. Nathaniel Stuart, Jr. is located in the Otto area of Macon Co. NC in the Vandyke's Store Precinct according to the Polls of 1835. He is listed as No. 45, his father, Nathaniel Stuart, Sr. is No. 20, and his son, Shemeter Stuart is No. 22. In 1817, Nathaniel Senior conveyed property to his brother, Edward: March 1. 1817, Buncombe Co., Book 17, pp. 434-436; from Nathaniel Steward to Edward Steward, between French Broad River and Averys Creek, abuts land of Jacob Steward. Land was originally a land grant to Nathaniel Steward. $200.00 paid for over 450 acres. Witnesses: Jacob B. and Charles Stewart. Recorded Sept 15, 1818. The same year, 1817, Nathaniel Junior conveyed another nearby tract of land to his Uncle Edward: Aug. 1, 1817, Buncombe Co., Nathaniel Stewart, Jr. to Edward Steward, Sr. $100.00 for 150 acres of French Broad River, abutting land of John Young. Witnesses: Jacob and Charles Steward. Recorded and proven in open court by J. B. Steward. Sept, 1819. Notice that both deeds, are witnessed by Charles Steward.

Children of NATHANIAL STEWART, JR. are:
i. RICHARD 11 STEWART, b. Abt. 1800.

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ii. DANIEL STEWART, b. Abt. 1807, Greenville Co., SC. iii. SHEMENTER STEWART, b. Abt. 1810, Buncombe Co., NC. iv. UNKNOWN STEWART, b. Bet. 1810 - 1815, Buncombe Co., NC.

20. JACOB10 STUART (NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born 1777 in NC, and died Aft. 1860 in Fannin Co., GA. He married NANCY BRITTAIN Bef. Dec 21, 1821 (Source: Land Grant to James Brittain in the Land Office of Raleigh, NC, dated 21 Dec. 1821, This land grant named his daughter as Nancy STEWART proving that her marriage occurred prior to 21 Dec. 1821.), daughter of JAMES BRITAIN and DELILAH STRINGFIELD. She was born Abt. 1794 in Rutherford Co., NC, and died Aft. 1860. Notes for JACOB STUART: The Genealogical Study of James Brittain, by Shirley Brittain Cawyer, privately printed in 1988, contains extensive information on the descendants of Jacob Stuart who married Nancy Brittain, the daughter of James Brittain II and Delilah Stringfield down to my mother's generation. Jacob and Nancy with their family and relatives can be found on the 1850 Gilmer Co. GA Census, in Subdivison #33 #869 Name Stuart, Jacob Nancy Elam B. Arsenth R. 25 Keziah Benjamin Elizabeth C. 18 Elijiah E. Stuart, Iey T. Margaret Virgil Age 73 56 27 NC 23 21 NC 16 26 25 1 Birth Occupation NC Farmer NC NC NC NC NC NC NC GA Farmer Head of Household 200 Acres Land Head of Household 400 Acres

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Jacob and Nancy with their family and relatives can be found on the 1860 Fannin Co. GA Census, in the Flint Hill District (Fannin Co. was created from a part of Gilmer Co.] #557 Stuart, Jacob Nancy Rissa Benjamin Ashworth, Clarissa Ashworth, Rosea #558 Stuart, Eli T. Margaret 83 66 34 32 7 36 35 NC NC NC NC 8 GA NC NC Farmer Head of Household

GA [Jacob's grandchild] [Jacob's grandchild] Farmer Head of Household 200 Acres

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What follows is a list of deeds for Jacab Stewart/Stuart Dec. 10, 1812, Book S1-6; pp. 218-219; STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA Patent No. 2032 to JACOB STEWART, 75 shillings for 150 acres on both sides of Newfound Creek. Registered Mar. 23, 1814. Note: this deed requires further research inasmuch as it indicates that it derives from a grant to a soldier who fought in the Revolution. Jacob was too young to serve, so he either bought someone's grant or petioned for it through his father, Nathaniel's service. Oct. 11, 1810, Buncombe Co., NC; Book ?, pp. 324-326; ELIJAH McCREARY to JACOB STEWART, $150.00 for 200 acres on south side of Brittain's Mountain and Avery Creek, land formerly granted to Benjamin Beuring in 1807. Witnesses: James Martin and Matt ---- Jurat. Sept. 5, 1811, Buncombe Co., NC; Book D, pp. 237-239; JOHN YOUNG from the State of TN, Co. of Washington to JACOB STUARD, 60 pounds for 150 acres, west side of French Broad River, abutting land of Benjamin Merrell near Pendland's corner. Witnesses: Thomas Rogers Jurat and Charles Stewart. Feb. 9, 1814, Buncombe Co., NC; Jacob Stewart to Edward Stewart, on the Avery Creek of French Broad River on the South side of Brittain's Mountain, $150.00 for 200 acres. Witnesses: William Praytor and Jacob Stewart Jurat. Recorded Feb. 14, 1815 proven by Jacob Stuart. March 21, 1815, Buncombe Co., NC; Book G, pp. 256-257; Jacob Stewart to Nathaniel Stewart, $100.00 for 150 acres, on branch of French Broad River near Benjamin Merral and Robert Pondlands, originally John Young's land. Witnesses: Jn. Heller Jurat and James Abb. March 1, 1817, Buncombe Co., NC; Book 11, pp 476-477; Nathaniel Stewart to Edward Stewart, $50.00, 200 acres of a land grant off Avery Creek to Nathaniel from the State. Witnesses: Jacob and Charles Stewart. The will was proven in court in Sept. 22, 1819 by Jacob B. Stewart. March 1. 1817, Buncombe Co., NC; Book 17, pp. 434-436; from Nathaniel Steward to Edward Steward, between French Broad River and Averys Creek, abuts land of Jacob Steward. Land was originally a land grant to Nathaniel Steward. $200.00 paid for over 450 acres. Witnesses: Jacob B. and Charles Stewart. Recorded Sept 15, 1818. Aug. 1, 1817, Buncombe Co., NC; Nathaniel Stewart to Edward Steward, $100.00 for 150 acres of French Broad River, abutting land of John Young. Witnesses: Jacob and Charles Steward. Recorded and proven in open court by J. B. Steward. Sept, 1819. March 10, 1820, Buncombe Co., NC William Praytor to Jacob Stuart, $300.00 for 225 acres; between Brittain Mountain and Bald Mountain, abutting John Carlin's property and George Kenland's land, being part of grant no. 1576 to Kenland. Witnesses: Joshua Jones and John Carland. Deed acknowledged in open court March 22, 1823. 1821, Buncombe Co., NC; Book 13, pp. 75-76; Edward Stewart to Jacob Stewart, part of Nathaniel Stewart's land grant, off French Broad River and Avery Creek, only $20.00 for 100 acres. Witnesses: E. R. McCluisse. Acknowledged and Recorded in July 1, 1823. Feb. 6, 1822, Buncombe Co., NC; Jacob Stuart to David Cole for $300.00 for 150 acres on new found creek. Witnesses: John and Joseph Cole. Recorded July 6, 1822. April 25, 1823, Buncombe Co., NC; Philip Brittain to Jacob Stewart, $200.00 for 200 acres on Averys Creek. Witnesses: Jas. Brittain and Charles Stuart.

Nov. 30, 1829, Buncombe Co., NC; Book 16, pp. 232-233; Jacob Stuart to Swain Cockerham, $200.00 for 100 acres (including the Thomas Rogers family plantation) on Avery Creek. Witnesses: A. B. Carland and Wm. Roberts. Recorded Nov 5, 1830 and proven by subscribing of A. B. Carland. Feb 6 , 1832, Buncombe Co., NC; Indenture, Book 24, pp 218-219, Sarah Stuart, William Praytor, Joshua Jones, and Jacob Stuart, Grantors, to Polly Stuart. The grantors are the heirs of Edward Stuart, recently deceased who got the land from Nathaniel Stuart located near Bull Mountain and French Broad River. Polly paid $200.00 for over 300 acres. Witnesses: William A. Byers, Joseph Lance Feb. 6, 1832, Buncombe Co., NC; Sarah, Polly, and Jacob B. Stuart and Joshua Jones to William Praytor, $200.00 for 50 acres between the French Broad River and the Bull Mountain branch known as the Young old place abutting A. B. Carland. Witnesses: Wm. C. Berry and Joseph Lance. Recorded and proven by subscribing witness Joseph Lance Dec . 3, 1851. Nov. 1847, Buncombe Co., NC, Book ?, page 225, J. B., Stuart of Cherokee Co., Wm. Praytor of Buncombe Co., and Joshua Jones of Henderson Co. as heirs of the Estate of Edward Stuart to Polly Stuart of Henderson Co., $70.00. Witnesses: E B. Praytor and J.C. Israel. Recorded and proven by subscriber E. B. Praytor, Oct. Term 1849. Notes for NANCY BRITTAIN: Without the efforts of Shirley Brittain Cawyer, who wrote The Genealogy of James Brittain, which contained an exhaustive chapter on each of James II's children, including Nancy, this report would have died stillborn. More About JACOB STUART and NANCY BRITTAIN: Marriage: Bef. Dec 21, 1821 (Source: Land Grant to James Brittain in the Land Office of Raleigh, NC, dated 21 Dec. 1821, This land grant named his daughter as Nancy STEWART proving that her marriage occurred prior to 21 Dec. 1821.) Children of JACOB STUART and NANCY BRITTAIN are:
i. ELAM B.11 STUART, b. Abt. 1823. Notes for ELAM B. STUART: Elom B. is NOT mentioned in the 1860 census and is presumed dead between 1850 and 1860. 28. ii. ILEY THEOPOLIS STUART, b. Mar 6, 1824, Buncombe Co., NC; d. Oct 22, 1864, Dehlonega, GA. iii. ASSENITH PARALEE STUART, b. Abt. 1825, Buncombe Co., NC. Notes for ASSENITH PARALEE STUART: Assenith died an old maid. At one point she was the guardian of her sister's children. Her sister Delilah married Dr. John Ashworth who was a doctor who died in a Confederate prison. Delilah died first, leaving her children first in the care of her parents, Jacob Stuart and Nancy Brittain, and then later after John died, the children went to Assenith. (see Jacob's record on 1860 Fanin Co. GA Census which list the granddaughters by name]. I have a copy of the Fannin County Probate Court, dated 02 Jun 1868, wherein Asenith Stuart was appointed guardian of John Ashworth's children, Clarissa C. age 15, Rosana C. age 13 (Delilah Stewart mother) and Louis Napoleon age 7. Delilah was the mother of the two girls and the boy from John's second marriage. ASSENITH PARALEE STUART, daughter of Nancy Brittain and Jacob Stuart, was not married by the census of 1870 census of Polk Co., TN Assenith was guardian for her two nieces, daus. of Delilah Stuart and John H. Ashworth. We find Assenith, listed as Parilee Stuart, age 30, in the household of James and Alvira QUERY on the 1860 census of Polk Co., TN. Then in 1870, in the 8th Civil Dist., page 26, Polk Co., TN, we find Parilee Stuart, age 45, keeping house, with Clementine Ashworth, age 15, living with her. We find on page 42, same census, J.P. Houstin, age 24, miner, b. GA, and wife, CLERECY, age 17, b. GA Perhaps this is Clarissa Ashworth, we do not have proof since the early marriages of Polk Co. were lost. [Sources; Census of Buncombe Co., NC; Census of Gilmer & Fannin Cos., GA; Descendants of Iley T. Stuart; North Georgia Journal; Census of Polk Co., TN] From Papers located in the National Archives by Bill Kinsland of Dahlonega, GA, we quote:

"In 1868, Assenith Stuart was appointed legal guardian for the two children of John H. Ashworth since the father, Col. Ashworth, Commander of 1st. GA State Troops, U.S. Volunteers, (U.S.), had died from starvation in a Confederate Prison at Raleigh, NC May 1865. Their mother, Delilah, had predeceased 1857. In 1860, Col. Ashworth married Elizabeth Hunnicut. They had one son. 'I found a most interesting and detailed report of the fight at Bucktown, Gilmer Co., GA where Col. Ashworth was captured on 5 Nov. 1864 by Col. J.J. Findley, commanding 1st. GA State Cav. 'Home Guard'. Apparently, it seems that Ashworth was 'a physician, practicing in Dawson Co. GA.'"

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KEZIAH V. STUART, b. Abt. 1827, Buncombe Co., NC; d. Bet. 1850 - 1860. BENJAMIN OTHED STUART, b. Dec 15, 1829. ELIZABETH C. STUART, b. Abt. 1832. DELIAH E. STUART, b. Abt. 1834; d. Mar 16, 1857.

21. NANCY10 STUART (EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Bet. 1787 - 1788 in Surry Co., NC, and died Bet. 1859 - 1860 in Cherokee Co., NC. She married WILLIAM PRAYTOR, SR. Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Buncombe Co., NC, son of ARCHIBALD PRAYTOR. He was born in Laurens Dist., SC, and died Aft. 1860 in Clay Co., NC. Notes for WILLIAM PRAYTOR, SR.: On -- Nov 1847, William Praytor and the other heirs of Edward Stuart sold their interest in a tract of land to Polly Stuart. The deed was from J. B. Stuart of Cherokee Co, NC, William Prator of Buncombe, and Joshua Jones of Henderson. The deed states that they are heirs at law of Edward Stuart, Deceased. (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book 24 page 225). William and family were listed on the 1850 census in Buncombe County. He had some apparent grandchildren mixed in with his children, so I'm not sure which were his, and which were grandkids. 1850 Buncombe Co., NC census, page 195 abstract: (Explanation of this census) House/Family # 2/ 2 3500 SC 1789/1790 NC 1815/1816 1839/1840 1848/1849 1787/1788 1828/1829 1833/1834 1838/1839 1843/1844

PRAYTOR WILL 60 M W FARMER PRAYTOR E B 34 M W FARMER PRAYTOR WILLIAM 10 M W NC PRAYTOR CHARLES 1 M W NC PRAYTOR NANCY 62 F W NC PRAYTOR SARAH 21 F W NC PRAYTOR ADELIA J 16 F W NC PRAYTOR NANCY 11 F W NC PRAYTOR MARTHA 6FW NC

William and Nancy left Buncombe County and moved to Cherokee County, NC between 1850 and 1860. Nancy was apparently dead by the 1860 census. They lived in Fort Hembree District, which is now Clay County, NC.

More About WILLIAM PRAYTOR and NANCY STUART: Marriage: Bet. 1800 - 1810, Buncombe Co., NC Children of NANCY STUART and WILLIAM PRAYTOR are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. EDWARD B.11 PRAYTOR, b. Bet. 1815 - 1816, Buncombe Co., NC. ADELIA S. PRAYTOR, b. Bet. 1833 - 1834, Buncombe Co., NC. NANCY PRAYTOR, b. Bet. 1838 - 1839, Buncombe Co., NC. WILLIAM PRAYTOR, JR., b. Bet. 1839 - 1840, Buncombe Co., NC. MARTHA PRAYTOR, b. Bet. 1843 - 1844, Buncombe Co., NC.

22. JACOB B.10 STUART (EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Bet. 1790 - 1794 in Greenville Dist., SC. He married UNKNOWN. Notes for JACOB B. STUART: Jacob B. Stuart was born ca 1790/94, either in Surry Co, NC or perhaps in Greenville Dist, SC. Jacob was named in an 1847 deed where he and the other heirs of Edward Stuart sold some of Edward's land in Henderson Co, NC (for $75) to sister Mary "Polly" Stuart. Jacob used his middle initial "B" on most records to help distinguish him from other Jacobs, particularly his Uncle Jacob Stuart (c1777). Jacob B. Stuart, left Buncombe Co, NC between 1830 and 1832 and settled in Haywood County on Hominy Creek. He left Haywood for Cherokee Co, NC in the 1840's, and by 1850 was not found in NC. I suspect he was in Georgia that year, but haven't found him yet. Children of JACOB STUART and UNKNOWN are:
31. 32. i. JOHN A.11 STUART, b. Jan 14, 1827, Buncombe Co., NC; d. Apr 23, 1900, Fannin Co., GA. ii. CHARLES KEENER STUART, SR., b. May 20, 1830, Haywood Co., NC; d. Feb 10, 1906, Polk Co., TN. iii. R.M. "DOC" STUART, b. Oct 25, 1837, Haywood Co., NC; d. Apr 29, 1910, Polk Co., TN; m. CHRISTINE QUERRY; b. Apr 1, 1845; d. Jul 13, 1919, Polk Co., TN. iv. ADELINE STUART, b. Haywood Co., NC; d. Fannin Co., GA; m. UNKNOWN ELROD. v. ELMINA STUART, b. Haywood Co., NC; m. UNKNOWN PEEK. vi. SARAH A. STUART, b. Haywood Co., NC; m. UNKNOWN WOLFORD.

23. LURANY10 STUART (EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, J R., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Bet. 1798 - 1799. She married JOSHUA JONES. Notes for LURANY STUART: Lurany Stuart was born ca 1798/99 in Greenville Dist, SC. Her husband Joshua Jones was named in an 1847 deed where the other heirs of Edward Stuart sold some of Edward's land in Henderson Co, NC (for $75) to sister Mary Stuart. Lurany was not explicitly named as an heir, but since she was Joshua's wife (as proven by 1850 census), I think it is a safe assumption. (I am assuming that Lurany was Joshua's only wife). Lurany was apparently home with her parents for the 1800 census (age "under 10", born ca 1790/1800), and 1810 (age 10-15, born ca 1794/1800). She was not home in 1820, so apparently married by then. Lurany Stuart married Joshua Jones in Buncombe Co, NC before 1820. Joshua was born ca 1794/95 in NC. There was an older Joshua Jones always nearby, a possible suspect for his father, though there were other Jones' around also. Joshua Jones was listed on the 1820 census in Buncombe Co, NC. He was listed between Benjamin Hawkins and Charles Moore. Joshua had 11 slaves in 1820. 1820 Buncombe Co, NC pg 118 census analysis (explaination based on available evidence): Joshua Jones 000110-10100 Analysis: 1 Male(s) 26-44 (1775-1794) Joshua JONES (1794/95) 1 Male(s) 16-25 (1794-1804) Brother? (1800/04) 1 Female(s) 16-25 (1794-1804) Lurany STUART Jones (1798/99) wife 1 Female(s) 0-9 (1810-1820) Daughter? (1815/20) In 1830, there were three Joshua Jones' listed. One as "Sr", another as "Jr", the third with no suffix. "Sr" is not the one, but "Jr" and the other Joshua are both close. I think "Jr" is the one, as his entry matches up with the 1820 entry. Joshua "Jr" was listed between William Jones and James Long.

1830 Buncombe County, NC pg 242 census analysis (explainationbased on available evidence): (Explanation of this census) Joshua Jones Jr 0000110000000-0220010000000 Analysis: 1 Male(s) 30-39 (1790-1800) Joshua JONES (1794/95) 1 Male(s) 20-29 (1800-1810) Brother? (1800/04) --> gone by 1840 1 Female(s) 30-39 (1790-1800) Lurany STUART Jones (1798/99) wife 2 Female(s) 10-14 (1815-1820) Daughter? (1815/20) Daughter? (1815/20) * Not in 1820 --> gone 1840 2 Female(s) 5-9 (1820-1825) Daughter? (1820/25) Daughter? (1820/25) In 1838, Henderson County was formed from the southern part of Buncombe County, including McDowell Creek, where the Jones family resided. Joshua Jones was listed on the 1840 census in Henderson County, NC. They were just a few houses from Isam P. Stuart (cousin). They were between James Ballard Jr and George Killiam. 1840 Henderson County, NC pg 151 census analysis (explainationbased on available evidence): Joshua Jones 0001001000000-0012101000000 Analysis: 1 Male(s) 40-49 (1790-1800) Joshua JONES (1794/95) 1 Male(s) 15-19 (1820-1825) Son? (1820/25) * Not in 1830 --> gone by 1850 1 Female(s) 40-49 (1790-1800) Lurany STUART Jones (1798/99) wife 1 Female(s) 20-29 (1810-1820) Daughter? (1815/20) --> gone by 1850 2 Female(s) 15-19 (1820-1825) Daughter? (1820/25) --> gone by 1850 Daughter? (1820/25) --> gone by 1850 1 Female(s) 10-14 (1825-1830) Ruena JONES (1826/27) daughter * Not in 1830 On -- Nov 1847, Joshua Jones and the other heirs of Edward Stuart sold their interest in a tract of land to Polly Stuart. The deed was from J. B. Stuart of Cherokee Co, NC, William Prator of Buncombe, and Joshua Jones of Henderson. The deed states that they are heirs at law of Edward Stuart, Deceased. (Buncombe Co, NC Deed Book 24 page 225). Joshua and Lurany Jones and family were listed on the 1850 census in Henderson County. Lurany's sister Mary Stuart was residing with them. F. M. Fanning, a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church was residing with them. His wife Bertha, was the right age to be a daughter of Joshua and Lurany, matching up with their daughter born ca 1815/20. I'm assuming this is the case, especially considering they named their first son "Joshua". 1850 census abstract: (Explanation of this census) (Note: The dates at the end of each line are not part of the original census, but are approximate birth years based on age) 1850 HENDERSON CO, NC Page 239 House/Family # 335/ 335 JONES JOSHUA 55 M W FARMER 3000 NC 1794/1795 JONES LURANA 51 F W SC 1798/1799 JONES RUENA 23 F W NC 1826/1827 STEWART POLLY 65 F W NC 1784/1785 FANNING F M 38 M W Min M.E.P.C. VA 1811/1812 FANNING BERTHA 31 F W 1818/1819 FANNING JOSHUA 8MW 1841/1842 I have no data on them beyond this point.

Children of LURANY STUART and JOSHUA JONES are:
33. i. BERTHA11 JONES, b. Bet. 1818 - 1819, Buncombe, now Henderson Co., NC. ii. RUENA JONES, b. Bet. 1826 - 1827, Buncombe, now Henderson Co., NC.

24. JOEL10 STEWART (JOSEPH9, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1795. He married MILLY ROTEN. Child of JOEL STEWART and MILLY ROTEN is:
34. i. JORDON11 STUART.

Generation No. 10 25. JOHN CLARK11 STEWART, SR. (HAMILTON10, NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Oct 18, 1781 in Surry Co., NC, and died Aug 29, 1884 in Shawnee Bend, Warsaw, Benton Co., MO. He married MALINDA RICE. She was born Bet. 1785 - 1788 in TN. Notes for JOHN CLARK STEWART, SR.: Information about the descendants of John Clark Stewart provided by Elizabeth Stewart, P.O. Box 992, Plymouth, CA 95669. Phone: 209-245-3354 Email: EAStewart@jps.net More About MALINDA RICE: Burial: 1842, Stewart Cemetery, Shawnee Bend, Warsaw, Benton Co., MO Children of JOHN STEWART and MALINDA RICE are:
i. LOUIS12 STEWART. ii. KATE "KATY" STEWART, b. Abt. 1800. Notes for KATE "KATY" STEWART: See Jim Pool's web page. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. TERESA STEWART, b. Bet. 1808 - 1810, Hawkins, TN; d. Aft. 1884. MORGAN STEWART, b. Apr 1818, TN; d. Jan 12, 1904. LUCINDA STEWART, b. Sep 22, 1822; d. 1896, Benton Co., MO. MARY ANN STEWART, b. Mar 24, 1825, Jackson, AL; d. Mar 27, 1894. JOHN CLARK STEWART, JR., b. Aug 18, 1828. HAMILTON STEWART, b. 1832, Surry Co., NC.

26. DANIEL11 STEWART (NATHANIAL10, NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1807 in Greenville Co., SC. He married NANCY UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1817. Notes for DANIEL STEWART: The approximate birth years for Daniel's family are calculated from the 1850 Macon Co. NC Census, page 371B, House/Family #745/760, CANEBREAK Twp. Children of DANIEL STEWART and NANCY UNKNOWN are:
35. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. MARION12 STEWART, b. Abt. 1835, Buncombe Co., NC. JASPER STEWART, b. Abt. 1837, Macon Co., NC. ELIZA STEWART, b. Abt. 1839, Henderson Co., NC. MARY STEWART, b. Abt. 1841, Macon Co., NC. DANIEL STEWART, b. Abt. 1843, Macon Co., NC. FRANCES STEWART, b. Abt. 1846, Macon Co., NC.

27. SHEMENTER11 STEWART (NATHANIAL10, NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1810 in Buncombe Co., NC. He married ESTHER VERMILLION, daughter of SAMUEL VERMILLION. Notes for SHEMENTER STEWART: Shemeter is located in the Otto area of Macon Co. NC in the Vandyke's Store Precinct according to the Polls of 1835. He is listed as No. 22, his father, Nathaniel Stuart, Jr. is No. 45, and his grandfather, Nathaniel Stuart is No. 20. Child of SHEMENTER STEWART and ESTHER VERMILLION is:
i. SIDNEY ELLENDER12 STEWART, b. Abt. 1830.

28. ILEY THEOPOLIS11 STUART (JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 6, 1824 in Buncombe Co., NC, and died Oct 22, 1864 in Dehlonega, GA. He married MARGARET A. HYDE Jul 30, 1848 in Gilmer Co., GA. She was born Feb 2, 1826 in NC, and died Oct 1, 1911. Notes for ILEY THEOPOLIS STUART: The North Georgia Journal, presented a scholarly article on the military service and death of Iley Theopolis Stuart, entitled "Murder or Escecution?" in Vol. I, No. 2, Fall, 1984, written by the acclaimed Civil War historian, Bill Kinsland of Delonga, GA. It tells the story of how Iley was captured as a Union spy and killed by the Conferates and his body dumped in a ravine. His wife, Margaret Hyde, hearing of his death, took her sons in a buckboard from NC to GA, and searched the area in GA until she found his body and identified it by the socks she had knitted for her husband. The article also details the troubles she had in obtaining a widow's pension, since the authorities did not pay pensions for spying. There is over 200 pages of Congressional records of evidence presented that finally won her a widow's pension! Iley and Margaret were married in Gilmer Co., GA on July 30, 1848 by John Thomas, a Justice of the Peace, witnessed by Elijah and Joseph Johnson. More About ILEY THEOPOLIS STUART: Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Henderson Co., NC Notes for MARGARET A. HYDE: 57TH CONGRESS, 1st Session. { HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES } Report No. 1452. MARGARET A. STUART ________________ APRIL 7, 1902 - Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed. ________________ MR. GIBSON, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, submitted the following REPORT [To accompany H. R. 1238] The Committee on Invalid Pensions, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 1238) granting a pension to Margaret A. Stuart, submit the following report: This bill proposes to pension the beneficiary named therein at $8 per month.

A similar bill was favorably reported by your committee in the Fifty-sixth Congress, and the report of that committee is herewith. For the reason set forth in that report your committee believe that relief to the extent of granting her a pension of $12 is warranted, and the bill is reported back with the recommendation that it pass, after the same shall have been amended as follows: In line 6 strike out the word "the" and insert in lieu thereof the words "Company H." In line 8 strike out the word "eight" and insert in lieu thereof the word "twelve." ________________ [House Report No. 2560, Fifty-sixth Congress, second session] The Committee on Invalid Pensions, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 5615) for the relief of Margaret A. Stuart, of Mount Vernon, Tenn., submit the following report: This bill proposes to pension Margaret A. Stuart, a widow of Iley T. Stuart, late of Company G, Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension laws. Margaret A. Stuart, the beneficiary named in this bill, and now 75 years of age, applied for pension on June 18, 1869, alleging that she was the widow of Iley T. Stuart; that she was married to him July 30, 1849 and that he was killed while serving temporarily in and with Company H, commanded by Capt. W. A. Twiggs, in the Fifth Regiment Tennessee Mounted Infantry. The Adjutant-General, United State Army, reported to the Pension Bureau that he had no evidence of the service of said Stuart, but the beneficiary filed in the Pension Bureau the affidavit of W.A. Twiggs, late caption Company H, Fifth Tennessee Volunteers, to the effect that said Stuart volunteered in the service of the United State on or about September 25, 1864, and that he served temporarily in Company H, Fifth Tennessee page 2 Mounted Infantry, to repel rebel raids in Fannin Co., Ga., and that while on picket in the regular line of duty October 20, 1864, he was captured and killed by the rebels who made a raid on the picket post. Also, the affidavit of two citizens of Lumpkin County, Ga., to the effect that on or about October 20, 1864, Iley T. Stuart was brought to the town of Dahlonega, in said State, and held as a prisoner until about October --, 1864. when he was taken out and shot to death by the rebels. Upon this proof, and testimony of the beneficiary's marriage to the soldier and of the birth of three minor children, the name of the beneficiary was placed on the pension roll in September, 1869, at $8 per month, commencing October 21, 1864, and $ per month additional for each minor child, commencing July 25, 1866; and this allowance was made by virtue of the third paragraph of section 4693 of the Revised Statutes, United States, and who otherwise volunteered and rendered service in any engagement with rebels or Indians, etc., providing the claim for such pension shall have been prosecuted to a successful issue prior to July 4, 1874, etc. From papers on file in the Pension Office it appears that one John A. Wimpey collected the pension due the beneficiary by signing the name of the beneficiary to the vouchers for pension and by indorsing the checks made in her favor; that said Wimpey made restitution to the Government of $807.19 of such pension money, and that after the investigation of the case of the beneficiary by a special examiner of the Pension Bureau in March, 1877, her name was dropped from the rolls on the ground that her husband was acting with a band of citizens without authority from any United States officer at the time he was captured and killed, and that hence the beneficiary was not entitled to pension under section 4693. Revised Statutes. The gist of the testimony obtained by the special examiner of 1877 shows that the husband of the beneficiary was a Union man and had no sympathy at any time with the Confederacy; that he left home at the first opportunity given to the people in that section of the country and enlisted in Company G, Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry, which was afterwards called the Ninth Tennessee Cavalry; that he remained with his command after the siege of Knoxville, when he got home under the supposed purpose of getting recruits for the Union Army; that he became dissatisfied at being dismounted, which he gave as an excuse for not retuning to his command; that about the early part of March, 1864, the Fifth Tennessee Mounted Infantry was being organized, and that among those who received papers to get up recruiting for that regiment was W. A. Twiggs, formerly a member of the Fifty-second Georgia Infantry, C. S. A. That Twiggs started in October, 1864, to recruit men for his company, although he had not been mustered into the United States service, and was clothed only with authority to recruit; that about that time the Confederates, feeling that their grasp on the southern part of East Tennessee and northern Georgia was slipping off, improved the opportunity left by plundering the Union men living there; that Twiggs got into that part of the country and then

called on the citizens to join him, claiming that he had authority to call on them to aid him in driving out the Confederates and holding the country; that the citizens upon his representations rallied to his camp, and that he as their commander marched over Polk County, Tenn., and Fannin County, Ga.; that he had three or more skirmishes with the rebels and guerrillas, and that his command not being under proper control, took the opportunity of repaying past injuries, if not on those who inflicted them, on their abettors; that the husband of the beneficiary was of that number who joined Twigg's command; that about October 20, 1864, Stuart, who was a blacksmith, with several others, left the camp to shoe their horses, and while so doing a captain of Confederates with his men, captured Stuart and some six others, and sent them to Dahlonega to Colonel Finley on the evening of October 22. 1864, and that Colonel Findley ordered Captain Grissom to take Stuart and two others and have them shot, which order was obeyed. The beneficiary applied for restoration to the rolls under the act of June 27, 1890, on August 8, 1890, then stating under oath that her husband's correct service was first in Company G, Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry, and filed proof that she had not remarried since his death; that she was dependent on others for support, having only some interest in some land, 15 acres of which were in cultivation, and which would not rent for $25 per annum; and that by reason of physical disabilities she was unable to labor; but that claim was rejected October 20. 1891, upon the ground MARGARET A. STUART. 3

that her husband had not been honorably discharged from his military service, it appearing from the report of the War Department that he enlisted as a private in Company G, Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry, subsequently known as Company G, Ninth Tennessee Cavalry, September 22, 1863, and that he deserted January 12, 1864, and that here was no provision of law under which the War Department could remove the charge of desertion standing against the soldier. In view of the fact, however, that the husband of the beneficiary had again volunteered to serve in the Union Army, having been recruited for the Fifth Tennessee Mounted Infantry, and to have obeyed the orders of the recruiting officer, believing that such officer had full authority, and that he was shot by the enemy, your committee is of the opinion that while the case of the beneficiary may not fall within the letter, it, however, does fall within the spirit of the third paragraph of section 4693 of the Revised Statutes, and that consequently relief to the extent of granting the beneficiary a pension at the rate of $8 per month is warranted, and the bill is reported back with the recommendation that it pass after the same shall have been amended as follows: In line 6 strike out all after the word "Stuart," and all of lines 7, 8, and 9, and insert in lieu thereof the following; "late of the Fifth Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Mounted Infantry, and pay her a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month." Amend the title so as to read: "A bill granting a pension to Margaret A. Stuart." O More About MARGARET A. HYDE: Burial: Stuart New River Cemetery, Fannin, GA More About ILEY STUART and MARGARET HYDE: Marriage: Jul 30, 1848, Gilmer Co., GA Children of ILEY STUART and MARGARET HYDE are:
36. i. VIRGIL A.12 STUART, b. Nov 11, 1849, Gilmer Co., GA; d. Apr 1, 1927, Fallon, NV. ii. AMANDA M. STUART, b. Nov 24, 1850, Fannin Co., GA; d. Dec 29, 1866. Notes for AMANDA M. STUART : Never married. 37. iii. LAVADA STUART, b. Jan 8, 1852, Fannin Co., GA; d. Mar 8, 1877. iv. JULIUS CICERO STUART, b. Feb 16, 1853, Fannin Co., GA; d. Nov 20, 1928, St. Maries, IA; m. JANE BATES, 1873.

More About JULIUS STUART and JANE BATES: Marriage: 1873 v. ELIZABETH C. STUART, b. Dec 21, 1854, Fannin Co., GA; d. Feb 6, 1949, Fannin Co., GA; m. A. L. BURKE, Jan 13, 1889, Fannin Co., GA. Notes for ELIZABETH C. STUART : The marriage record of Elizabeth Stuart and A. L. Burke can be obtained by writing the Fannin County GA Court for the record on Film #0325994. They have no recorded children. More About ELIZABETH C. STUART : Burial: Stuart New River Cemetery, Fannin, GA More About A. BURKE and ELIZABETH STUART : Marriage: Jan 13, 1889, Fannin Co., GA 38. vi. ELAM STUART, b. May 6, 1857, Fannin Co., GA; d. Sep 25, 1903, Colorado.

29. BENJAMIN OTHED11 STUART (JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 15, 1829. He married (1) MARINDA AVELINE GODFREY. He married (2) REBECCA SIMMONS Sep 7, 1879. Notes for BENJAMIN OTHED STUART: The source material for the family of Benjamin Othed Stuart include: The Genealogy of James Brittain by Shirley Brittain Cawyer. Deeds of Fannin Co., GA/\; GA Marriage Records of Fannin Co.; GA and Van Buren Co., AK: 1870 and 1880 AK Census; Bible record in possession of Mrs. Sallie Parish of Clinton, AK and records of Mrs. Katherine Brashears of Mesquite, TX. According to descendants, BENJAMIN OTHED STUART, son of Nancy Brittain and Jacob Stuart, served in the War between the States, and received a pension. From Fannin Co. Deed Bk. D., p. 620, Benjamin O. Stuart was deeded 80 acres from the Admr. of the estate of his father, Jacob Stuart. Dated 24 Sept. 1866. This land was in 8th Dist. 3rd. section, Lot 138. On 17 Aug. 1868, Fannin Co., Deed Bk. D., p. 619. Benjamin sold this land Thomas G.L. Barker. Benjamin O. Stuart married a second time in Van Buren Co., AK on 7 Sept. 1879 to Rebecca Simmons, yet she is not with him on the 1880 census of Van Buren Co. She and her sons are living in another household. Notes for REBECCA SIMMONS: Although Benjamin O. Stuart married a second time in Van Buren Co., AK on 7 Sept. 1879 to Rebecca Simmons, she is not with him on the 1880 census of Van Buren Co. She and her sons are living in another household. More About BENJAMIN STUART and REBECCA SIMMONS: Marriage: Sep 7, 1879 Children of BENJAMIN STUART and MARINDA GODFREY are:
39. 40. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, b. Mar 26, 1862, Fannin Co., GA; d. Feb 1939, Granville, Hunt Co., TX. NANCY MIRIAM STUART, b. Apr 4, 1863. CATHERINE ELVIRA STUART, b. Aug 5, 1866. ARTEY EXEMINE STUART (TWIN), b. Oct 19, 1867; d. Presumed to have died in Chicago, IL; m. JOHN BURNS. ASSENITH CUMI STUART (TWIN), b. Oct 19, 1867, GA. DELILAH A. STUART, b. Jun 14, 1871; m. W. A. MOORE, Sep 15, 1895, Van Buren Co., AK. More About W. MOORE and DELILAH STUART :

Marriage: Sep 15, 1895, Van Buren Co., AK 41. vii. ALTHA LORETTA STUART, b. May 10, 1873, AK; d. 1897.

30. DELIAH E.11 STUART (JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1834, and died Mar 16, 1857. She married DR. JOHN H. ASHWORTH Oct 2, 1850 in Fannin Co., GA by J. P., John Thomas. He was born 1830, and died May 1865 in Confederate Prison, Raleigh, NC. Notes for DR. JOHN H. ASHWORTH: After the death of Delilah in 1857, John H. Ashworth married 2nd. time to Elizabeth Hunnicut on 12 Apr. 1860 in Clayton Co., GA. They had one son, Louis Napoleon Ashworth, b. 23 May 1861 in Pickins Co., SC. John H. Ashworth died in May 1865 in Raleigh, NC from starvation. Source: Cawyer's Genealogy From Papers located in the National Archives by Bill Kinsland of Dahlonega, GA, we quote: "In 1868, Assenith Stuart was appointed legal guardian for the two children of John H. Ashworth since the father, Col. Ashworth, Commander of 1st. GA State Troops, U.S. Volunteers, (U.S.), had died from starvation in a Confederate Prison at Raleigh, NC May 1865. Their mother, Delilah, had predeceased 1857. In 1860, Col. Ashworth married Elizabeth Hunnicut. They had one son. 'I found a most interesting and detailed report of the fight at Bucktown, Gilmer Co., GA where Col. Ashworth was captured on 5 Nov. 1864 by Col. J.J. Findley, commanding 1st. GA State Cav. 'Home Guard'. Apparently, it seems that Ashworth was 'a physician, practicing in Dawson Co. GA.'" More About JOHN ASHWORTH and DELIAH STUART: Marriage: Oct 2, 1850, Fannin Co., GA by J. P., John Thomas Children of DELIAH STUART and JOHN ASHWORTH are:
42. i. CLARRISA C.12 ASHWORTH, b. Nov 22, 1852, Gilmer Co., GA; m. J. P. HOUSTIN. ii. ROSSA CLEMENTIN ASHWORTH, b. May 2, 1855, Polk Co., TN.

31. JOHN A.11 STUART (JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 14, 1827 in Buncombe Co., NC, and died Apr 23, 1900 in Fannin Co., GA. He married MARY LOU EVANS Feb 17, 1853 in Cherokee Co., NC (Ranger, NC). She was born Nov 1831 in NC, and died May 26, 1908. More About JOHN A. STUART: Burial: Hemptown Bethel Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA Notes for MARY LOU EVANS: Bud Stuart made contact with me by email after corresponding with Teresa. He is the great grandson of John A. Stuart, son of Jacob B. Stewart. His address is Budstuart@cs.com and is working in Philadelphia, PA. Bud had many source documents for his relative. The source for the marriage of John A. Stuart and Martha Lou Evans is her US Military Pension request after John's death in Fannin Co., GA. More About JOHN STUART and MARY EVANS: Marriage: Feb 17, 1853, Cherokee Co., NC (Ranger, NC) Children of JOHN STUART and MARY EVANS are:
i. MARY12 STUART, b. Bet. 1844 - 1845, Fannin Co., GA. ii. JACOB STUART, b. Bet. 1855 - 1856, Fannin Co., GA.

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iii. JOHN HENRY STUART, b. Aug 17, 1858, Fannin Co., GA; d. Mar 10, 1934. iv. RUEMONA J. STUART, b. Bet. 1863 - 1864, Fannin Co., GA. v. ALICE D. STUART, b. Mar 5, 1866, Fannin Co., GA; d. Feb 18, 1939; m. THOMAS A. BROWN, Feb 7, 1886, Fannin Co., GA. More About THOMAS BROWN and ALICE STUART : Marriage: Feb 7, 1886, Fannin Co., GA vi. VIRGIL A. STUART, b. Aug 2, 1869, Fannin Co., GA; d. Nov 8, 1898. More About VIRGIL A. STUART : Burial: Hemptown Bethel Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA vii. SARA E. STUART, b. 1872. viii. HENRY STUART, b. 1874. More About HENRY STUART : Burial: Hemptown Bethel Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA ix. BABY STUART [TWIN], b. 1880, Still Born. x. LIZZIE STUART [TWIN], b. 1880.

32. CHARLES KEENER11 STUART, SR. (JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 20, 1830 in Haywood Co., NC, and died Feb 10, 1906 in Polk Co., TN. He married ROSANNAH JANE WATTS Oct 22, 1855 in Fannin Co., GA. She was born Oct 5, 1833 in Macon Co., NC, and died Mar 25, 1901 in Polk Co., TN. Notes for CHARLES KEENER STUART, SR.: The marriage of Charles K. is listed as STEWART to Rosena K Watts on 10/22/1855 in Fannin Co., GA, record @0325994 More About CHARLES STUART and ROSANNAH WATTS: Marriage: Oct 22, 1855, Fannin Co., GA Children of CHARLES STUART and ROSANNAH WATTS are:
i. SARAH ANN 12 STUART, b. May 4, 1859, Cherokee Co., NC; m. ANDREW W. BELL, Jan 26, 1878, Fannin Co., GA. More About ANDREW BELL and SARAH STUART: Marriage: Jan 26, 1878, Fannin Co., GA ii. NANCY B. STUART, b. Bet. 1863 - 1864, Cherokee Co., NC; m. JONATHAN L. BELL, Aug 19, 1880, Fannin Co., GA. More About JONATHAN BELL and NANCY STUART : Marriage: Aug 19, 1880, Fannin Co., GA iii. CHARLES KEENER STUART, JR., b. Bet. 1863 - 1864, Cherokee Co., NC; m. MARTHA A. WILLSON, Mar 6, 1884, Fannin Co., GA. More About CHARLES STUART and MARTHA WILLSON : Marriage: Mar 6, 1884, Fannin Co., GA iv. v. vi. vii. viii. JOSEPH M STUART (TWIN), b. Jun 11, 1866, Cherokee Co., NC. JOHN H. STUART (TWIN), b. Jun 11, 1866, Cherokee Co., NC. GRANT STUART, b. Bet. 1867 - 1868, Fannin Co., GA. MARY JANE STUART, b. Feb 27, 1870, Fannin Co., GA. DULCENY "SENIA" STUART, b. Aug 30, 1872, Fannin Co., GA.

33. BERTHA11 JONES (LURANY10 STUART, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Bet. 1818 - 1819 in Buncombe, now Henderson Co., NC. She married F. M. FANNING. Child of BERTHA JONES and F. FANNING is:
i. JOSHUA12 FANNING, b. Bet. 1841 - 1842, Henderson Co., NC.

34. JORDON11 STUART (JOEL10 STEWART, JOSEPH9, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) He married NANCY DUNFORD. Child of JORDON STUART and NANCY DUNFORD is:
44. i. WILLIAM MAHONE12 STUART, b. Mar 26, 1886.

Generation No. 11 35. JASPER12 STEWART (DANIEL11, NATHANIAL10, NATHANIEL9 STUART, SR., JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Abt. 1837 in Macon Co., NC. He married RACHEL UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1834 in NC. More About RACHEL UNKNOWN: Date born 2: Abt. 1834 Children of JASPER STEWART and RACHEL UNKNOWN are:
i. ANGELINA13 STEWART, b. Abt. 1862. ii. JAMES STEWART, b. Abt. 1865. iii. MARIETTA STEWART, b. Abt. 1866.

36. VIRGIL A.12 STUART (ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Nov 11, 1849 in Gilmer Co., GA, and died Apr 1, 1927 in Fallon, NV. He married MARY E. "EMMA" MCKINNEY Aug 15, 1869 in Fannin Co., GA, daughter of JAMES MCKINNEY and SARAH HAWKINS. She was born Oct 2, 1851 in TN, and died Oct 5, 1936 in Fallon, NV. Notes for VIRGIL A. STUART: The marriage record of Virgil A. Stuart and Mary E. McKiney can be obtained by writing the Fannin County GA Court for the record on Film #0325994. Notes for MARY E. "EMMA" MCKINNEY: Harold Streetman has a different birthdate for Mary, i.e., Oct. 2, 1951 More About VIRGIL STUART and MARY MCKINNEY: Marriage: Aug 15, 1869, Fannin Co., GA Children of VIRGIL STUART and MARY MCKINNEY are:
45. 46. i. AMANDA ADALINE13 STUART, b. Jun 21, 1870, Murray Co., GA; d. Nov 23, 1934, Hominey, OK. ii. JAMES ROBERT STUART, b. Dec 29, 1871, Fannin Co., GA; d. Apr 15, 1933, Atlanta, GA. iii. ALONSO CICERO STUART, b. Nov 2, 1873; d. Apr 5, 1937, Fallon, NV. Notes for ALONSO CICERO STUART : Never married. iv. LORENZO DOW STUART, b. Mar 19, 1876; d. 1960; m. (1) DENA JOHNSON; m. (2) CORA UPHAM. Notes for LORENZO DOW STUART : No issue. 47. v. OSCAR THOMAS STUART, b. Mar 30, 1877; d. May 7, 1974, Boise, IO.

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vi. JOHN HENRY STUART, b. Apr 3, 1878, Springplace, Murray Co., GA; d. May 18, 1964, Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA. vii. ISAAC NEWTON STUART, b. Jan 4, 1880, Murray Co., GA; d. Aug 25, 1955, Fallon, NV. viii. MARY ANN ELIZABETH STUART, b. Aug 22, 1882; d. Fernley, NV; m. ARTHUR THORVALD "PETE" ANDERSON ; b. Sep 11, 1885, Ringsted, Denmark; d. Fernley, NV. ix. FANNIE EMERLINE STUART, b. Nov 22, 1884, Springplace, Murray Co., GA; d. Jun 23, 1975, San Diego, CA. x. LUTHER VIRGIL STUART, b. Dec 29, 1889; d. Feb 13, 1947, Chicago, IL.

37. LAVADA12 STUART (ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 8, 1852 in Fannin Co., GA, and died Mar 8, 1877. She married JOHN A. HYATT Aug 11, 1872 in Fannin Co., GA. Notes for LAVADA STUART: The marriage record of Lavada Stuart and John A. Hyatt can be obtained by writing the Fannin County GA Court for the record on Film #0325994. My grandmother, when making a list of Stuart information, wrote that Lavada had died March 8, 1877 which means that the last child listed may be from a second marriage for John Hyatt Notes for JOHN A. HYATT: More research needs to be be done on Lavada. According to my grandmother, she wrote that Lavada had died March 8, 1877 which would mean that John's last child was with a second wife. More About JOHN HYATT and LAVADA STUART: Marriage: Aug 11, 1872, Fannin Co., GA Children of LAVADA STUART and JOHN HYATT are:
i. JOHNNIE13 HYATT, b. Feb 5, 1874, Fannin Co., GA; d. Sep 30, 1874. More About JOHNNIE HYATT: Burial: Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Fannin Co., GA ii. ALICE J. HYATT, b. Abt. 1877, TN. Notes for ALICE J. HYATT: Alice was born in TN according to the 1880 Census. iii. LEANDER J. HYATT, b. Abt. 1879, TN. Notes for LEANDER J. HYATT: Leander was born in TN according to the 1880 Census.

38. ELAM12 STUART (ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 6, 1857 in Fannin Co., GA, and died Sep 25, 1903 in Colorado. He married ELLEN ROSE MCCELLAND WILLIS Oct 14, 1894 in Fannin Co., GA, daughter of BENJAMIN WILLIS and ELVIRA MULL. She was born Dec 20, 1862, and died May 19, 1945 in Union, SC. Notes for ELAM STUART: This is a word for word transcription of the marriage license for E. Stuart to E. R. Willis (Elam to Ellen Rose Willis and the certification of marriage by the officiating minister. The original record is to be found in The Fannin County Courthouse located in the countryseat of Blue Ridge. I have a copy which was certified by Carrie W. Halloway, April 29, 2004 State of Georgia } Fannin County

To any Judge, Justice of the Peace or Minister of the Gospel. You are herby authorized to join Elam Stuart and E. R. Willis in the Holy State of Matrimony according to the Constitution and Laws of this State and for so doing this shall be your License, and you are hereby required to return this License to me with your Certification hereon of the fact and date of the Marriage. Given under my hand and Steal this 10 day of October 1894. L. Gleutelen ordinary (Seal) State of Georgia } Fannin County I hereby certify that Elam Stuart and E. R. Willis were joined in Matrimony by me this 14th day of October 1894 F. L. Cochran, minister +++++++++++++++ At the beginning of the new century, Elam took his family to Colorado -- but he contracted jaundice in 1903 and died. Ellen brought his body back to GA for burial and never returned to the West. More About ELAM STUART: Burial: Stuart New River Cemetery, Fannin, GA Notes for ELLEN ROSE MCCELLAND WILLIS: Ellen Rose kept a family bible in which has been passed down generation by generation to the oldest female to the next generation's oldest female -- perhaps a hangover from the matriarchcal culture of the Cherokee indians. This writer inherited the Bible from her mother. The Bible was started in the lifetime of Ellen's parents, Elizabeth Elvira Mulls who was the wife of B.F. (Benjamin Franklin] Willis. Elizabeth Elvira was a Cherokee and appears on the Hester Roll with B.F. Ellen Rose married Elam in Fannin, GA with F.L. Cochhra, M.G. officiating. Ellen Rose appears on the 1910 Fannin Co. Census were it says that she had 5 children with 3 living. More About ELLEN ROSE MCCELLAND WILLIS: Burial: Hot House Baptist Church Cemetery, Fannin, GA More About ELAM STUART and ELLEN WILLIS: Marriage: Oct 14, 1894, Fannin Co., GA Children of ELAM STUART and ELLEN WILLIS are:
52. i. MAUDE13 STUART, b. Sep 6, 1895, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA; d. Oct 12, 1968, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN. ii. UNNAMED STUART, b. Stillborn. iii. HOMER STUART, b. Nov 7, 1897. iv. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STUART, b. Apr 24, 1899, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA; d. Dec 7, 1981, Franklin, Macon Co., NC. v. ASHLEY JOHNSON STUART, b. May 25, 1902.

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39. LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART (BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 26, 1862 in Fannin Co., GA, and died Feb 1939 in Granville, Hunt Co., TX. She married EDWARD HARVEY DINSMORE. He was born Dec 24, 1856 in TN, and died Jul 21, 1927. More About LOUISA KEZIAH STUART: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX More About EDWARD HARVEY DINSMORE: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX

Children of LOUISA STUART and EDWARD DINSMORE are:
55. 56. 57. 58. i. ii. iii. iv. v. BENJAMIN MILLER13 DINSMORE, b. Mar 9, 1886, Campbell, Hunt Co., TX; d. Sep 12, 1960, Wichita Falls, TX. IRL EUGENE DINSMORE, b. Oct 26, 1887, Hunt Co., TX; d. Jun 16, 1953. ADAM WOODFIN DINSMORE, b. Dec 14, 1889, Hunt Co., TX; d. May 6, 1971, Commerce, TX. CLARK LINCOLN DINSMORE, b. Nov 28, 1891, Hunt Co., TX; d. Jun 7, 1979. AVA ESTELLE DINSMORE, b. Sep 15, 1896, Hunt Co., TX; d. Jan 14, 1897. More About AVA ESTELLE DINSMORE: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX 59. 60. vi. VERNON JEWEL DINSMORE, b. Apr 14, 1899, Hunt Co., TX; d. Dec 25, 1955, Fresno, CA. vii. CLARA ADDYLE DINSMORE, b. Jan 10, 1894, Hunt Co., TX; d. May 29, 1959, Greenville, Hunt Co., TX.

40. CATHERINE ELVIRA12 STUART (BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 5, 1866. She married BENJAMIN HARRISON THOMPSON. He was born Nov 25, 1856, and died Sep 22, 1906. More About BENJAMIN HARRISON THOMPSON: Burial: Bradley Cemetery Children of CATHERINE STUART and BENJAMIN THOMPSON are:
i. JAMES A.13 THOMPSON, b. Jul 12, 1891, Van Buren Co., AK; m. BESS WILLIAMS, Sep 30, 1919. More About JAMES A. THOMPSON : Burial: Bradley Cemetery More About JAMES THOMPSON and BESS WILLIAMS: Marriage: Sep 30, 1919 ii. SARAH J. THOMPSON, b. Feb 3, 1893, Clinton, AK; m. LUKE MCGLATHERY, Apr 1913. More About LUKE MCGLATHERY and SARAH THOMPSON : Marriage: Apr 1913 iii. WILLIAM L. THOMPSON, b. Mar 1, 1895, Van Buren Co., AK; d. Mar 19, 1941; m. FLORA COOK. More About WILLIAM L. THOMPSON : Burial: Bradley Cemetery 61. iv. MARY SUSAN THOMPSON, b. Sep 19, 1899, Clinton, Van Buren Co., AK; d. Sep 28, 1964.

41. ALTHA LORETTA12 STUART (BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 10, 1873 in AK, and died 1897. She married DANIEL L. GRIMES Aug 11, 1893 in Van Buren Co., AK. More About DANIEL GRIMES and ALTHA STUART: Marriage: Aug 11, 1893, Van Buren Co., AK Children of ALTHA STUART and DANIEL GRIMES are:
i. WILBURN13 GRIMES, b. Bet. 1894 - 1896. ii. GARLAND DANIEL GRIMES, b. Sep 17, 1897, Van Buren Co., AK; m. NETTIE BOWLING.

42. ROSSA CLEMENTIN12 ASHWORTH (DELIAH E.11 STUART, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 2, 1855 in Polk Co., TN. She married (1) MARSILES PITMAN. She married (2) JONATHON JASPER MARR.

Notes for ROSSA CLEMENTIN ASHWORTH: Information on the second marriage of Rossa to Jonathon Jasper Marr, provided by his descendant, William Marr and his website. STORY OF JONATHAN JASPER MARR & ROSANNA ASHWORTH Jonathan grew up in trying times. He was 13 or 14 when the Civil War started and his family was in complete disarray. His father was out of work at the mines and the war swirled around Polk Co. He had little or no schooling and the 1870 census stated he could neither read nor write. He was probably not too different than many of his contemporaries in East Tennessee at that time. By about 1878 he had experience as a miner and decided he could strike out on his own and he married Rosanna Clementine Ashworth. Rosanna was born in May 1855 in either GA or TN according to different census records. The 1850 and the 1860 census records for Ducktown, TN do not list Rosanna Clementine. The 1870 census does show however, a Clementine Ashworth, age 15, living with "Priville Stuart", a single women, age 45, that was a neighbor of the William Marr family and Jonathan in Ducktown TN. Relatives who knew Rosanna Clementine in the 1930's remember her referring to her family name of Ashworth. Information shows that Rosanna was a orphan from the Civil War period and Priville Stuart was her guardian. To support this assumption, a second Ashworth child was found living with another family in Ducktown. The Civil War disrupted and destroyed many family units creating many orphans including Rosanna Clementine Ashworth. In March 2001 contact on the internet was made with researchers of the Stuart family and they confirmed that Rosanna Clementine's family name should be Ashworth. According to their research, Rosanna Clementine was born on 5 May 1855 to Dr. John Ashworth of Georgia and Delilah Stuart, daughter of Jacob Stuart and Nancy Brittian. Delilah Stuart Ashworth died about 1857 and left Dr. Ashworth with Rosanna and an older sister. Sometime before the Civil War, Dr. Ashworth asked his in-laws, the Stuarts, to assume care of his two children. The grandparents died a few years later and care of the children was awarded to their unmarried daughter whose name is shown on different documents as"Permelia" or "Priville" or " Asenith Paralee" Stuart. Rosanna and her Aunt by 1870 were found to live in Polk Co. TN. Her father remarried for a short time and then became embroiled in the Civil War. Even though he was living in Georgia, he chose to side with the Federal Government and he was awarded the rank of Colonel and became the Commander of 1st GA State Troops, (U.S.). His unit became involved in a fight at Bucktown, Gilmer Co. GA and he was captured on 5 Nov. 1864 and sent to the Confederate Prison at Raleigh, NC where he died of starvation in May 1865. While no recorded have been found to substandiate their marriage, JJ and Rosanna must have become married about 1878 or 1879. By 1880, JJ and Rosanna were living in Anniston Al where they had their first child, William Monroe Marr born on Jan 2, 1880. While still in Alabama, Rosanna Clementine and JJ had a second child, Jessie Pauline Marr born in 1885. The next solid record found on JJ's family is the 1900 US Census that lists "John Mar" living in Jefferson Co., Alabama. Jefferson County which includes the big city of Birmingham which has several big steel mills and coal mines near by. Birmingham, Alabama is only about is 30 miles from Anniston where William Monroe Marr was born. The 1900 Census showed JJ birth's date as Nov. 1850 and that he had been married 22 years. This confirms that the JJ and Rosanna were married in 1878. "Clemmie" was given as his wife's name and she was born in May 1855. The 1900 census said she had 2 children and both were living and she was listed as being born in Tenn. Also included in this household was William M. Marr, a son born Jan 1880 and he was single. A statement was included that "father and son are coal miners and they rent a house". One conclusion that can be drawn from 1900 census is that by 1900, Jessie Pauline had already married Sam Parrott and they had setup their own household. A living relative stated that Jessie had her first daughter in 1900 in Ala and her name was Anna Mae Parrott. Jessie must have married at about the age of 14 to Sam Parrott. Jessie and Sam moved and set up a home in Herrin Il and in 1907 they had a second daughter, Margaret Parrott. Several months after the Margaret's birth, Jessie died suddenly from what her family believes was a diabetic coma. Apparently Jessie always had a craving for candy and sweets. Jonathan and Rosanna most likely moved to Herrin about 1902 and were united with Sam and Jessie because there is a picture taken about that time (shown below) of JJ, Rosanna, Jessie, Sam Parrott and daughter Anna Mae looks to be about 2 years old. Apparently after Jessie died in 1908, JJ and Clementine moved in with Sam Parrott so that Clementine could help take care of the two granddaughters. The US census of 1910 of Herrin Twp, Fordville,

Williamson Co, Il showed Sam A. Parrott as the head of a household; as a widower, who was born in TN. He had two daughters, Anna M., 9 years old born in Al and a second daughter Willie, (Margaret) 2 years old born in Il. Also living in the house was Rosana C. Marr, 55 years old, married for 37 years who had 3 children and only one living. Rosanna was listed as being born in TN. Also living in the house was John J. Marr, age 60 and he was born in TN. It is believed that JJ and Rosanna stayed with Sam Parrott for awhile. Then, later JJ and Rosanna took the two baby girls and moved, possibly to Colorado for a short period. Later Rosanna returned alone with the girls to Herrin Il. About 1918, JJ moved the Aberdeen Wash and he showed in the local registry as living with his son. He was remembered as having red hair as do many men with Scotch-Irish roots. In 1923 he died in Aberdeen and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery in Centralia, Wash where many of his son wife's family are interred. His his grave stone was put into place July 29, 1923 according to cemetery records. Rosanna Clementine continued to live with Sam Parrott and raise her granddaughters at 716 North 16th street in Herrin Ill. Anna Mae married in 1916 to a George Brown and immediately had a child, Sara Jessie Brown. Later they had a second child, Eugene Brown. Margaret married in about 1925 to Herman Bargesser and Ruth Helen Bargesser was born in 1926. Rosanna Clementine died in 1940 and is buried in Oakhills Cemetery, in Cook Co Il. I have all of the application papers from the National Archives wherein Rossa tried to secure a pension from the government for the death of her father. The pension was never granted because she abandoned the petition, because she did not have sufficient documentation. Children of ROSSA ASHWORTH and JONATHON MARR are:
i. WILLIAM MONROE13 MARR, b. Jan 2, 1880, Anniston, AL; d. Nov 1960, Tacoma, WA; m. LENA DELL CAREY, Feb 12, 1903, Williamson Co., IL. More About WILLIAM MARR and LENA CAREY : Marriage: Feb 12, 1903, Williamson Co., IL ii. JESSIE MARR, b. 1885; d. Jun 1908, Herrin, IL; m. SAM PARROTT, 1899, AL. More About SAM PARROTT and JESSIE MARR: Marriage: 1899, AL

43. JOHN HENRY12 STUART (JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 17, 1858 in Fannin Co., GA, and died Mar 10, 1934. He married RUTH A. SMITH Feb 1, 1885 in Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA. She was born Nov 4, 1851, and died Jul 30, 1937. Notes for JOHN HENRY STUART: John Henry was a farmer and Cobbler More About JOHN HENRY STUART: Burial: Harmony Cemetery, Fannin Co., GA Notes for RUTH A. SMITH: Ruth's parents were born in NC. Her father's name was Dal Smith. Ruth had five brothers, all of whom were killed during the Civil War in the Battle of Chickamauga. Ruth was widowed in 1883 and later married John Henry Stuart. More About RUTH A. SMITH: Burial: Morgantown Methodist Cemetery, Morgantown, GA

More About JOHN STUART and RUTH SMITH: Marriage: Feb 1, 1885, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA Children of JOHN STUART and RUTH SMITH are:
i. CHARLES P.13 STUART, b. Sep 6, 1885; d. 1931. More About CHARLES P. STUART : Burial: Harmony Cemetery, Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA ii. KATTIE STUART, b. 1887. iii. BERTHA STUART, b. Jul 17, 1888; d. Nov 1983. More About BERTHA STUART : Burial: Morgantown Methodist Cemetery, Morgantown, GA 62. iv. JUDSON VIRGIL STUART, b. Jan 15, 1889, GA; d. Sep 19, 1978, Birmingham, AL. v. JOHN A. STUART, b. Feb 29, 1892; d. Jan 2, 1924. More About JOHN A. STUART : Burial: Morgantown Methodist Cemetery, Morgantown, GA vi. FRANK STUART, b. May 1895. vii. KITTY STUART, b. Aug 11, 1897; d. Nov 6, 1901.

44. WILLIAM MAHONE12 STUART (JORDON11, JOEL10 STEWART, JOSEPH9, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 26, 1886. He married MAMIE KATHERINE SNOW, daughter of JOSEPH SNOW and MARY HOWELL. She was born Oct 12, 1896 in NC. Children of WILLIAM STUART and MAMIE SNOW are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. 63. BABY13 STUART, b. Stillborn. GILMER STUART. EARL STUART. MARGARET STUART, m. GRAHAM DYE. CHARLES BATES STUART, m. ALMA HAILE. EDWARD STUART [TWIN]. ELLEN STUART [TWIN], b. lived only four days. MARY IMOGENE STUART, m. GEORGE KRIGGER.

ix. ALFRED FRANKLIN STUART, b. Dec 2, 1938, Jackson Co., GA.

Generation No. 12 45. AMANDA ADALINE13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jun 21, 1870 in Murray Co., GA, and died Nov 23, 1934 in Hominey, OK. She married JAMES HOLLAND Dec 31, 1893 in Murray Co. GA. He was born Nov 15, 1858 in Anderson Co., SC, and died Dec 11, 1927. More About JAMES HOLLAND and AMANDA STUART: Marriage: Dec 31, 1893, Murray Co. GA Children of AMANDA STUART and JAMES HOLLAND are:
64. i. ii. iii. iv. v. WILLIAM V.14 HOLLAND, b. Apr 2, 1895, Murray Co., GA. MARGIE ELLEN HOLLAND (TWIN), b. Oct 29, 1896, Murray Co., GA; d. Nov 4, 1896, Springplace, GA. MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND (TWIN), b. Oct 29, 1896, Springplace, Murray Co., GA; d. Jan 31, 1972. JAMES WALTER HOLLAND, b. Aug 12, 1898; d. Aug 2, 1899, Murray Co., GA. JESSIE PEARL HOLLAND, b. Dec 19, 1900, GA; m. ROBERT GALLAWAY. Notes for JESSIE PEARL HOLLAND : Jessie lived as an adult in Fort Worth, TX.

vi. EARNEST ROY HOLLAND, b. Jun 20, 1903; d. Jul 13, 1909. More About EARNEST ROY HOLLAND : Burial: Pendergrass Cemetery, Comanche Co., TX

46. JAMES ROBERT13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 29, 1871 in Fannin Co., GA, and died Apr 15, 1933 in Atlanta, GA. He married MARGARET LANORA HOLT Jan 1, 1899 in Gilmer Co., GA. She was born Mar 7, 1876 in Gilmer Co., GA, and died Oct 27, 1943 in Calhoun, GA. Notes for JAMES ROBERT STUART: The marriage record of J. R. Stuart and Nora Holt can be obtained by writing the Gilmer County Court for the record on Film #0219505-0219506. The birthdays for James Robort and Nora, as well as all the children is found on the Family Record of Biship-Stuart Produce Co. located in Fairmount GA, dated Nov. 26, 1909 More About JAMES ROBERT STUART: Burial: Johnson Cemetery, Fairmont, GA More About MARGARET LANORA HOLT: Burial: Johnson Cemetery, Fairmont, GA More About JAMES STUART and MARGARET HOLT: Marriage: Jan 1, 1899, Gilmer Co., GA Children of JAMES STUART and MARGARET HOLT are:
i. FRANK HOWARD 14 STUART, b. Oct 15, 1899; d. Jan 6, 1968; m. JEWELL ASHWORTH, Oct 1943; d. May 28, 1981. Notes for FRANK HOWARD STUART: No issue. More About FRANK STUART and JEWELL ASHWORTH : Marriage: Oct 1943 65. ii. ETHEL STUART, b. Jul 13, 1902, Elijay, Gilmer Co., GA. iii. LUCILLE STUART, b. Feb 27, 1905, Crabtree, Haywood Co., NC; d. Apr 9, 1931; m. DR. JORDAN BILLING. Notes for LUCILLE STUART : No issue. 66. iv. VIRGIL SAMUEL STUART, SR., b. Dec 29, 1907. v. HAZEL JOSEPHINE STUART, b. Apr 8, 1910, Fairmount, GA; m. EMMETT L. MCTEEN, May 12, 1960; d. Oct 17, 1975. Notes for HAZEL JOSEPHINE STUART : No Issue. Last known address for Hazel is: Mrs. E.L. McTeen, Rte. 1, Box 138, Fairmont GA 30139 More About EMMETT MCTEEN and HAZEL STUART: Marriage: May 12, 1960 vi. ROBERT HOLT STUART, b. Nov 23, 1913. Notes for ROBERT HOLT STUART : Never married.

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vii. MARY DOROTHY STUART, b. Mar 10, 1919, Fairmount, Gordon Co., GA.

47. OSCAR THOMAS13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 30, 1877, and died May 7, 1974 in Boise, IO. He married MARY "EMMA" ROBERTS in Murray Co. GA. She was born Feb 11, 1888, and died Jan 2, 1970 in Boise, IO. More About OSCAR STUART and MARY ROBERTS: Marriage: Murray Co. GA Children of OSCAR STUART and MARY ROBERTS are:
68. 69. 70. i. ii. iii. iv. FARRIS WILLIAM14 STUART, b. Jul 28, 1910; m. MARY GROSS. OPAL BEATRICE STUART, b. Mar 30, 1913, Winchester, ID. WILLA PEARL STUART, b. Aug 22, 1915, Harney Co., OR. IRENE SYBLE STUART, b. Apr 27, 1918, Barber, ID.

48. JOHN HENRY13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 3, 1878 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA, and died May 18, 1964 in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA. He married MARY ELIZABETH ROBERTS Jul 14, 1901 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA. She was born Oct 28, 1881 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA, and died Apr 21, 1956 in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA. Notes for JOHN HENRY STUART: Source information of the family of John Henry and Mary is Mrs. Clarice [Stuart] Downing of Fitzgerald, GA. More About JOHN HENRY STUART: Burial: Evergreen Cemetery,Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA More About MARY ELIZABETH ROBERTS: Burial: Evergreen Cemetery,Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA More About JOHN STUART and MARY ROBERTS: Marriage: Jul 14, 1901, Springplace, Murray Co., GA Children of JOHN STUART and MARY ROBERTS are:
i. EDITH BEATRICE14 STUART, b. May 6, 1902; d. Jan 6, 1918. More About EDITH BEATRICE STUART : Burial: Springplace, Murray Co., GA 71. 72. ii. iii. iv. v. GEORGE LESTER STUART, b. Sep 22, 1904, Springplace, Murray Co., GA. ESMA PAULINE STUART, b. Oct 22, 1906, Springplace, Murray Co., GA; d. Oct 10, 1959, Augusta, GA. GENEVA CHRISTINE STUART, b. Jan 24, 1909; d. May 17, 1909, Springplace, Murray Co., GA. JUEL ALBERTA STUART, b. Feb 10, 1910, Sidney, TX; d. Jan 28, 1911. More About JUEL ALBERTA STUART : Burial: Pendergrass Cemetery, Comanche Co., TX vi. DRYSCAL DEVOTA STUART, b. Sep 14, 1913, Sidney, TX; d. Sep 28, 1913. More About DRYSCAL DEVOTA STUART: Burial: Pendergrass Cemetery, Comanche Co., TX 73. vii. CLARICE AVEJEAN STUART, b. Jul 14, 1917, Fairmount, Gordon Co., GA. viii. DOROTHY PRICILLA STUART (TWIN), b. Sep 21, 1923, Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA; d. Sep 24, 1923.

More About DOROTHY PRICILLA STUART (TWIN): Burial: Arbor Cemetery, Ben Hill Co., GA ix. DORIS DRUCILLA STUART (TWIN), b. Sep 21, 1923, Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA; d. Sep 24, 1923. More About DORIS DRUCILLA STUART (TWIN): Burial: Arbor Cemetery, Ben Hill Co., GA

49. ISAAC NEWTON13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 4, 1880 in Murray Co., GA, and died Aug 25, 1955 in Fallon, NV. He married ELLEN LUTICIA ROBERTS Dec 24, 1905 in Murray Co. GA, daughter of WILLIAM ROBERTS and ELIZABETH HENDERSON. She was born Mar 8, 1885 in Murray Co., GA, and died Feb 1, 1984 in Fallon, NV. Notes for ISAAC NEWTON STUART: Early on, Isaac migrated to Idaho and Oregon with his parents before settling in Fallon, NV. Isaac and Ellen lived abroad for many years until they came back to the states and Isaac took up farming. He dropped dead of a heart attack after coming in from irrigating his fields. More About ISAAC NEWTON STUART: Burial: Churchill Cemetery, Fallon, NV More About ELLEN LUTICIA ROBERTS: Burial: Churchill Cemetery, Fallon, NV More About ISAAC STUART and ELLEN ROBERTS: Marriage: Dec 24, 1905, Murray Co. GA Children of ISAAC STUART and ELLEN ROBERTS are:
74. 75. 76. 77. i. ii. iii. iv. v. MYRTLE ALLENE14 STUART, b. Oct 22, 1906, Springplace, Murray Co., GA. WILLIAM HARLAND STUART, b. Jul 9, 1908, Springplace, Murray Co., GA; d. Jun 5, 1980, Reno, NV. LUCY AGNES STUART, b. May 11, 1910, Springplace, Murray Co., GA. JAMES EARL STUART, b. Apr 5, 1912, Chatsworth, GA. MARV UNADELL STUART, b. Jan 3, 1915, Blitzen, Harney Co., OR; d. May 18, 1937; m. DANA DODGE. Notes for MARV UNADELL STUART : No issue -- died yound in a car accident. 78. vi. GEORGE HARRY STUART, b. Dec 8, 1919, Fallon, NV.

50. FANNIE EMERLINE13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Nov 22, 1884 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA, and died Jun 23, 1975 in San Diego, CA. She married HENRY E. PHILIPS in Fallon, NV. He was born Mar 29, 1875 in Santa Rosa, CA, and died Feb 8, 1949 in Fallon, NV. Notes for FANNIE EMERLINE STUART: Fannie attended nursing school in Chicago, IL, but returned home to Fallon, NV when her father became ill. More About FANNIE EMERLINE STUART: Burial: Fallon, NV More About HENRY PHILIPS and FANNIE STUART: Marriage: Fallon, NV Children of FANNIE STUART and HENRY PHILIPS are:

i. MARY KATHERINE14 PHILIPS, b. Nov 9, 1925. Notes for MARY KATHERINE PHILIPS: Mary Katherine received her degree in music and currently lives in San Diego, CA. 79. ii. RUTH ANN PHILIPS, b. Jul 25, 1923, Fallon, NV.

51. LUTHER VIRGIL13 STUART (VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 29, 1889, and died Feb 13, 1947 in Chicago, IL. He married ORA BURKE. Notes for LUTHER VIRGIL STUART: Luther married, had a child, then abandoned his family -- some say he ended up in CA. Child of LUTHER STUART and ORA BURKE is:
i. LUTHER VIRGIL14 STUART.

52. MAUDE13 STUART (ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 6, 1895 in Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA, and died Oct 12, 1968 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN. She married HUGH FRANKLIN SMITH Sep 1, 1917 in Walker Co., GA. He was born Aug 9, 1896 in Brandley Co., TN, and died Jan 24, 1965 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN. Notes for MAUDE STUART: Maude is a maternal grandmother and a memorable woman to all who were fortunate enough to know her. She was the "cement" that held together the Smith family which she married into. As a child I remember all the Smith family reunions "Mamaw" organized in the 1950ties. At that time we lived in Chattanooga and each year she would rent the huge screened pavillion at the city park for the reunions. Over 200 Smiths would turn out each year, bringing their whole family and the most amazing variety of homemake delicacies for the giant picnic. The pavillion had a trestle table that ran the length of the building at least 60 feet long. By lunchtime it was groaning under the weight of hundreds of pies, cakes, homemade preserves, jellies, fried chicken, deviled eggs, bar-b-qued pork and beef, hams direct from the smoke houses, creamed corn, green beans with new potatoes seasoned with fat back, corn and crakling corn bread, biscuits, baked beans, fried okra, home grown sliced tomatoes and batter dipped fried green tomatoes, green onions, cucumbers, pickled beets, chow chow, potatoe salad, cole slaw . . . and on and on and on. Throughtout the day we would drink gallons of ice tea and lemonade. The women would catch up on family gossip, trade recipes, quilting patterns, and other homemaking, useful information. The men would swap hunting and fishing stories, smoke, chew tobacco, and even make serrupticious trips to car trunks for sips of white lightning. We kids would ride the park rides until our money ran out. Then it was off to the giant swimming pool which was the park's center of attraction. I remember one year, I had secretly put highlights (blonde streaks) in my hair -- and was horrified, when minutes after going in the pool, the streaks turned a neon green from the clorine -- a truly memorable event I'll never forget -- and probably neither have my cousins. Now back to Mamaw -- she was the custodian of all the Stuart genealogy memorabilia. Ellen Rose, her mother, had also given her the Willis Family Bible and tintypes of both families. Mamaw also had the photos of Elam and Ellen Rose's ill fated move out West, the surving relics when the family was intact. Elam contracted jaundice there, died, and was brought back to NC by Ellen, to be buried in the family plot. Mamaw was a beautiful woman from her teens until the day she died. She loved fashionable dresses which she made herself and had a marvelous collection of hats. She was tall for that age at 5'8", had honey colored hair, and wonderous hazel eyes -- and an eviable hour glass figure. She attracted suitors like flies to honey and "Papaw" had to jump through hoops to win her hand. I still have dozens of cards from her suitors who pursued her even after her marriage! During the war, Maude and Hugh moved to Tullahoma where he worked as a barber in Camp Forrest and that is where Mother met my Dad.

After the war, my grandparents lived with us until I was 14. It was great to grow up in an extended family. I was never alone and always had someone at home to take care of my survival. I particularly loved the bedtime stories. I loved the "broken dish" tale about how Mamaw's first tea set was made from the pieces of china that was broken on the wagon trip out West -- and I loved to hear about going to school in the winter by buckboard, wrapped in a buffalo blanket, feet resting on heated bricks -- and one of the older boys carrying a rifle to fend off varmits. Papaw told me about the exploits of Buffalo Bill, the James Brothers, and dozens of other famous pioneers. No wonder, I love to tell stories, and have always been a writer. Mamaw was a wonderful cook and seamtress. She taught me to quilt, make my own clothes, and important homemaking skills. I helped with the canning, pickling, and preserving. She loved words and cross word puzzles. It's no wonder the power of words is still one of my facinations. But Mamaw wasn't only world class homemaker, she was a modern woman who worked during the war in the Burlington Mills. She loved cats and all God's creatures. As a child, she took me every Sunday to feed the squirels, ducks, and swans at the cemetery pond.

More About MAUDE STUART: Burial: National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN Notes for HUGH FRANKLIN SMITH: In 1945, Hugh and Maude were living in Oak Ridge, TN. Maud was working for the government on the Manhatten Project. More About HUGH FRANKLIN SMITH: Burial: National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN More About HUGH SMITH and MAUDE STUART: Marriage: Sep 1, 1917, Walker Co., GA Child of MAUDE STUART and HUGH SMITH is:
80. i. JEWELL MAUDE14 SMITH, b. Sep 2, 1918, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN; d. Jun 12, 1994, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL.

53. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN13 STUART (ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 24, 1899 in Blue Ridge, Fannin Co., GA, and died Dec 7, 1981 in Franklin, Macon Co., NC. He married VERA LOUISE HUMPHRIES, daughter of JAMES HUMPHRIES and EFFIE WATKINS. She was born Aug 20, 1906 in Gwinnett Co., GA, and died Jun 5, 1986. Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STUART: In 1945, Frank was living in Union, SC according to his mother's obituary. More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STUART: Burial: Dec 10, 1981, Woodlawn Cemetery More About VERA LOUISE HUMPHRIES: Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery Children of BENJAMIN STUART and VERA HUMPHRIES are:
81. 82. 83. 84. i. ii. iii. iv. JAMES ASHLEY 14 STUART, b. Sep 13, 1938, Atlanta, GA. BEVERLY FREDERICK STUART, b. Aug 21, 1940, Rome, Floyd Co., GA. NORA VIOLA STUART, b. Mar 1, 1942, Greensboro, Guliford Co., NC. ELAM ELMER STUART, b. Dec 31, 1946, Austell, GA.

54. ASHLEY JOHNSON13 STUART (ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 25, 1902. He married ETHEL UNKNOWN. Notes for ASHLEY JOHNSON STUART: In 1945 Johnson was living in Chattanooga, TN according to his mother's obituary. Children of ASHLEY STUART and ETHEL UNKNOWN are:
85. i. MARGIE14 STUART. ii. MAUDE STUART. iii. WILLIAM VICTOR STUART.

55. BENJAMIN MILLER13 DINSMORE (LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 9, 1886 in Campbell, Hunt Co., TX, and died Sep 12, 1960 in Wichita Falls, TX. He married BENNIE MAE HOLCOMBE. She was born Sep 2, 1890, and died Jun 23, 1976 in Burnet, TX. More About BENJAMIN MILLER DINSMORE: Burial: Crestview Cemetery, Wichita Falls, TX More About BENNIE MAE HOLCOMBE: Burial: Crestview Cemetery, Wichita Falls, TX Children of BENJAMIN DINSMORE and BENNIE HOLCOMBE are:
i. BENJAMIN MAURICE14 DINSMORE, b. Sep 13, 1911, Vernon, Wilbarger Co., TX; d. Feb 8, 1976, Houston, TX; m. FRANCES CARTER, Wichita Falls, Wichita Co., TX. More About BENJAMIN DINSMORE and FRANCES CARTER: Marriage: Wichita Falls, Wichita Co., TX ii. HELEN LEOISE DINSMORE, b. Jun 13, 1914, Mineral Wells, TX; m. LOUIS TACKETT. iii. MARY EDITH DINSMORE, b. Nov 18, 1923, Electra, Wichita Co., TX; m. CLARENCE FORSYTHE, Sep 5, 1948, Ft. Worth, TX. More About CLARENCE FORSYTHE and MARY DINSMORE: Marriage: Sep 5, 1948, Ft. Worth, TX

56. IRL EUGENE13 DINSMORE (LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Oct 26, 1887 in Hunt Co., TX, and died Jun 16, 1953. He married (1) JESSIE WHITE. He married (2) ZADDIE UNKNOWN. He married (3) MAGGIE CARTER Dec 28, 1911 in Hunt Co., TX. She was born Feb 7, 1881 in TX, and died Dec 12, 1918. More About IRL EUGENE DINSMORE: Date born 2: Oct 26, 1887, Hunt Co., TX Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX More About MAGGIE CARTER: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX More About IRL DINSMORE and MAGGIE CARTER: Marriage: Dec 28, 1911, Hunt Co., TX Child of IRL DINSMORE and JESSIE WHITE is:
i. VERONA VIRGINIA14 DINSMORE, b. Jan 4, 1922; m. FRED RICHARDS.

Child of IRL DINSMORE and ZADDIE UNKNOWN is:
ii. BETTY JOYCE14 DINSMORE, b. Jan 17, 1931; m. MAURICE W. BRATTON.

Children of IRL DINSMORE and MAGGIE CARTER are:
86. iii. EDWARD CARTER14 DINSMORE, SR., b. Aug 26, 1913, Hunt Co., TX. iv. WELDON GARNET DINSMORE, b. Sep 19, 1914; d. Dec 1928. More About WELDON GARNET DINSMORE: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX

57. ADAM WOODFIN13 DINSMORE (LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 14, 1889 in Hunt Co., TX, and died May 6, 1971 in Commerce, TX. He married FERRIS LASELLE BOWLES, daughter of WILLIAM BOWLES and ANNA REEVES. She was born Feb 8, 1894, and died Oct 9, 1976. More About ADAM WOODFIN DINSMORE: Burial: Brigman Cemetery, Cambell, Hunt Co., TX More About FERRIS LASELLE BOWLES: Burial: Brigman Cemetery, Cambell, Hunt Co., TX Child of ADAM DINSMORE and FERRIS BOWLES is:
i. ANNA LOUISE14 DINSMORE, b. Sep 27, 1913; d. Nov 3, 1984, Birmingham, AL.

58. CLARK LINCOLN13 DINSMORE (LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Nov 28, 1891 in Hunt Co., TX, and died Jun 7, 1979. He married EULA DORIS MALLOY, daughter of WILLIAM H. MALLOY. She was born 1893, and died 1919. More About CLARK LINCOLN DINSMORE: Burial: Stamford, Jones Co., TX More About EULA DORIS MALLOY: Burial: Brigman Cemetery, Cambell, Hunt Co., TX Child of CLARK DINSMORE and EULA MALLOY is:
i. WOODIE14 DINSMORE.

59. VERNON JEWEL13 DINSMORE (LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 14, 1899 in Hunt Co., TX, and died Dec 25, 1955 in Fresno, CA. He married BERYL REEVES. Notes for VERNON JEWEL DINSMORE: Died in a car accident. Child of VERNON DINSMORE and BERYL REEVES is:
i. KATHERINE14 DINSMORE, m. TOM BINER.

60. CLARA ADDYLE13 DINSMORE (LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 10, 1894 in Hunt Co., TX, and died May 29, 1959 in Greenville, Hunt Co., TX. She married WILLIAM GLENN NORTON Jan 14, 1914, son of WILLIAM NORTON and LAURA VAN ZANT. He was born Nov 15, 1885 in Cullman Co. AL, and died Nov 16, 1963.

More About CLARA ADDYLE DINSMORE: Date born 2: Jan 10, 1894 Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX More About WILLIAM GLENN NORTON: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX More About WILLIAM NORTON and CLARA DINSMORE: Marriage: Jan 14, 1914 Children of CLARA DINSMORE and WILLIAM NORTON are:
i. GLEN DINSMORE14 NORTON, b. Oct 17, 1917, Hunt Co., TX; d. Apr 1, 1985; m. MILDRED R. YOUNG, Jun 7, 1941. More About GLEN DINSMORE NORTON : Burial: Prairie Valley Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX More About GLEN NORTON and MILDRED YOUNG : Marriage: Jun 7, 1941 ii. JOE BUNN NORTON, b. Aug 23, 1921; d. Nov 10, 1984. More About JOE BUNN NORTON: Burial: Prairie Valley Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX

61. MARY SUSAN13 THOMPSON (CATHERINE ELVIRA12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 19, 1899 in Clinton, Van Buren Co., AK, and died Sep 28, 1964. She married ROY LEFLER, SR. Nov 7, 1920, son of MARTIN LEFLER and MARY LINDSEY. He was born Mar 14, 1900 in Scotland, Van Buren Co., AK, and died Sep 1, 1969. More About MARY SUSAN THOMPSON: Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Clinton, Van Buren Co., AK More About ROY LEFLER, SR.: Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Clinton, Van Buren Co., AK More About ROY LEFLER and MARY THOMPSON: Marriage: Nov 7, 1920 Children of MARY THOMPSON and ROY LEFLER are:
87. i. FRANCES LOUISE14 LEFLER, b. Jun 2, 1922, Clinton, AK; d. Jul 19, 1952, Search, AK. ii. ROY LEFLER, JR., b. Jul 6, 1926, Clinton, AK; m. CAROLYN GRIFFIN.

62. JUDSON VIRGIL13 STUART (JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 15, 1889 in GA, and died Sep 19, 1978 in Birmingham, AL. He married (1) MEMORY ELLIOT. She died May 25, 1926. He married (2) MARGARET SWEET MCCAUIG Sep 8, 1928. She was born Aug 28, 1901 in St. Johnsbury, VT, and died Mar 6, 1981. Notes for JUDSON VIRGIL STUART: Judson was a pipe fitter with Southern Railroad. More About JUDSON VIRGIL STUART: Burial: Forest Hills Cemetery, Birmingham, AL

Notes for MEMORY ELLIOT: Memory died in childbirth. More About MARGARET SWEET MCCAUIG: Burial: Forest Hills Cemetery, Birmingham, AL More About JUDSON STUART and MARGARET MCCAUIG: Marriage: Sep 8, 1928 Children of JUDSON STUART and MEMORY ELLIOT are:
i. JUDSON VIRGIL14 STUART, JR., d. Without Issue. More About JUDSON VIRGIL STUART, JR.: Burial: Forest Hills Cemetery, Birmingham, AL ii. RUTH ELIZABETH STUART, b. Jul 30, 1919; m. DUNCAN JONES. iii. HELLEN ELLIOTT STUART, b. Feb 16, 1924. iv. BABY GEORGE STUART, b. 1926, Still Born.

Children of JUDSON STUART and MARGARET MCCAUIG are:
88. 89. 90. v. HERBERT14 STUART, b. Apr 29, 1929, Birmingham, AL. vi. MARIAN JEAN STUART, b. Sep 26, 1930. vii. MARGARET ELEANOR STUART, b. Jan 28, 1933.

63. ALFRED FRANKLIN13 STUART (WILLIAM MAHONE12, JORDON11, JOEL10 STEWART, JOSEPH9, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 2, 1938 in Jackson Co., GA. He married MYRA JANE WALL, son of ALBERT WALL and ETTIE WHITEHEAD. He was born Apr 8, 1932, and died Nov 3, 1990 in Orlando, FL. Child of ALFRED STUART and MYRA WALL is:
91. i. TERESA JANE14 STUART, b. Dec 1, 1957, Warner Robins, GA.

Generation No. 13 64. MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND14 (TWIN) (AMANDA ADALINE13 STUART, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Oct 29, 1896 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA, and died Jan 31, 1972. She married JEROME FLETCHER STREETMAN. He was born Nov 20, 1896, and died Dec 11, 1965. Children of MARY (TWIN) and JEROME STREETMAN are:
92. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. HAROLD L.15 STREETMAN, b. Sep 6, 1920. ROZELLE GERALDINE STREETMAN, m. HAROLD O. DOWNEY. KATHRYN ELLEN STREETMAN, m. CARLATA W. CANADA. ROBERT FLETCHER STREETMAN, m. MARGARET RUTH STERNS. ANNA GENE STREETMAN, m. BILLIE JOE TUMBLESON. EDITH PEARL STREETMAN, m. BENJAMIN MAURICE TAYLOR. FANNIE ELIZABETH STREETMAN, m. SETH HOWARD BROWN. Notes for FANNIE ELIZABETH STREETMAN : Lived in Tulsa, OK as of 1987.

65. ETHEL14 STUART (JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 13, 1902 in Elijay, Gilmer Co., GA. She married JAMES W. HAMES. He was born Sep 23, 1899, and died Aug 26, 1975 in Columbia, SC. Notes for ETHEL STUART: Last address for Ethel and John Hames was #495, Jonesville, SC 29353. Ethel is a retired teacher and a member of the Methodist faith. More About JAMES W. HAMES: Burial: New Hope Cemetery

Children of ETHEL STUART and JAMES HAMES are:
93. 94. 95. i. SHIPLEY15 HAMES, b. Jul 17, 1932, Jonesville, SC. ii. HERBERT JAMES HAMES, SR., b. Jul 6, 1935, Jonesville, SC. iii. ETHELYNN HAMES, b. May 15, 1938, Jonesville, SC.

66. VIRGIL SAMUEL14 STUART, SR. (JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 29, 1907. He married LILLIAN MARGARET JUSTICE. Children of VIRGIL STUART and LILLIAN JUSTICE are:
96. 97. i. VIRGIL SAMUEL15 STUART, JR., b. Feb 27, 1936, St. Augustine, FL. ii. PHYLLIS ANN STUART, b. Jan 26, 1933, St. Augustine, FL.

67. MARY DOROTHY14 STUART (JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 10, 1919 in Fairmount, Gordon Co., GA. She married MACK B. RAY Aug 7, 1941 in Fairmount, Gordon Co., GA. He was born Apr 15, 1917 in Madison Co., NC. Notes for MARY DOROTHY STUART: Last known address for Dorothy and her retired husband is Box 181, Burnsville, NC 28714 Mary submitted the information on her family to Cawyer. More About MACK RAY and MARY STUART: Marriage: Aug 7, 1941, Fairmount, Gordon Co., GA Children of MARY STUART and MACK RAY are:
98. i. DR. CAROLYN LENORA15 RAY, b. Mar 26, 1945, Ashville, NC. ii. UNNAMED RAY, b. Stillborn.

68. OPAL BEATRICE14 STUART (OSCAR THOMAS13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 30, 1913 in Winchester, ID. She married (1) ARTHUR WOODLAND PERRY May 2, 1931 in Caldwell, ID, son of ROYAL PERRY and CYNTHIA WOODLAND. He was born May 15, 1906 in Carroll, Nebraska, and died Jun 2, 1947 in Boise, ID. She married (2) ARTHUR T. GROSS 1953. He died 1968. She married (3) GEORGE CUSIC 1976. He died 1982. Notes for OPAL BEATRICE STUART: Opal Stuart Cusic was last living in Boise, ID and submitted this information to Cawyer. More About ARTHUR WOODLAND PERRY: Burial: Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, ID More About ARTHUR PERRY and OPAL STUART: Marriage: May 2, 1931, Caldwell, ID More About ARTHUR GROSS and OPAL STUART: Marriage: 1953 More About GEORGE CUSIC and OPAL STUART: Marriage: 1976 Child of OPAL STUART and ARTHUR PERRY is:
99. i. THOMAS ROYAL15 PERRY, b. Apr 19, 1932, Portland, OR.

69. WILLA PEARL14 STUART (OSCAR THOMAS13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 22, 1915 in Harney Co., OR. She married ROBERT GOURLAY DUNCAN Nov 21, 1942 in Boise, ID. He was born Aug 2, 1909 in St. Andrews, Scotland, and died Jan 31, 1951 in Helena, Montana. Notes for ROBERT GOURLAY DUNCAN: Robert was an engineer and golf pro. He served in WWII from 1942-1945. He and his wife, Willa, were members of the Methodist Church. He died in Helena, Montana where Willa continued to live. More About ROBERT DUNCAN and WILLA STUART: Marriage: Nov 21, 1942, Boise, ID Children of WILLA STUART and ROBERT DUNCAN are:
i. ROBERT MICHAEL15 DUNCAN, b. Jul 6, 1947, Boise, ID. Notes for ROBERT MICHAEL DUNCAN : Was graduated from the University of Montana and employed as an auditor for the State of Montana. ii. GARY STUART DUNCAN, b. Jul 24, 1951, Boise, ID.

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70. IRENE SYBLE14 STUART (OSCAR THOMAS13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 27, 1918 in Barber, ID. She married MAURICE HENRY SMITH Sep 9, 1939, son of ARTHUR SMITH and GRACE INGRAM. He was born Jun 26, 1917 in Boise, ID. Notes for IRENE SYBLE STUART: Irene was the relative that wrote my mother in 1983 and shared the Stuart genealogy with her. Without this letter that my mother saved, I would never have gotten this far in the family genealogy -- with or without computers and the internet! Irene and Maurice owned and operated the Pacific Industrial Wholesale and General Store until they sold it and retired in 1987. Irene likes to travel and research her genealogy and upon retiring, traveling to Blitzen, OR to visit the property her grandparents homesteaded. Blitzen is now a ghost town with a few crumbling buildings yet standing. She last resided at Raymond, WA. More About MAURICE SMITH and IRENE STUART: Marriage: Sep 9, 1939 Children of IRENE STUART and MAURICE SMITH are:
101. i. STEVEN DOUGLAS15 SMITH, b. Jun 14, 1957. ii. TERRY LYNN SMITH, b. Jul 31, 1945, Council, ID.

71. GEORGE LESTER14 STUART (JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 22, 1904 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA. He married EFFIE ODESSA SLADE Apr 15, 1928 in Fitzgerald, GA, daughter of THOMAS SLADE and SARAH JAMES. She was born Jan 6, 1904. Notes for GEORGE LESTER STUART: Both George and Effie are members of the Baptist Church and George served in the U.S. Army. More About EFFIE ODESSA SLADE: Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Fitzgerald, GA More About GEORGE STUART and EFFIE SLADE: Marriage: Apr 15, 1928, Fitzgerald, GA Children of GEORGE STUART and EFFIE SLADE are:
102. 103. 104. i. MARY ANN15 STUART, b. Jan 3, 1929, Fitzgerald, GA. ii. JACK WAYNE STUART, b. Feb 9, 1931, Fitzgerald, GA. iii. SANDRA ODESSA STUART, b. Aug 21, 1933, Fitzgerald, GA.

72. ESMA PAULINE14 STUART (JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Oct 22, 1906 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA, and died Oct 10, 1959 in Augusta, GA. She married WILLIAM JOSEPH CLARK, JR. Dec 28, 1929 in Ben Hill Co., GA, son of WILLIAM CLARK and LULA BENNETT. He was born Jul 10, 1894 in Reidsville, NC, and died Jul 18, 1959 in Macon, GA. More About ESMA PAULINE STUART: Burial: Perry, GA Notes for WILLIAM JOSEPH CLARK, JR.: William was and electrician and veteran of WWII. He died in a car accident. More About WILLIAM JOSEPH CLARK, JR.: Burial: Perry, GA More About WILLIAM CLARK and ESMA STUART: Marriage: Dec 28, 1929, Ben Hill Co., GA Children of ESMA STUART and WILLIAM CLARK are:
105. 106. i. WILLIAM JOSEPH15 CLARK III, b. Sep 22, 1930, Fitzgerald, GA. ii. REBA JEAN CLARK, b. Aug 29, 1932, Fitzgerald, GA.

73. CLARICE AVEJEAN14 STUART (JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 14, 1917 in Fairmount, Gordon Co., GA. She married LOWELL MORRIS DOWNING, SR. Nov 12, 1938 in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA, son of ELMO DOWNING and FLORENCE SWORD. He was born Jan 29, 1916 in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA. Notes for LOWELL MORRIS DOWNING, SR.: Lowell owns a wholesale meat packing company.

More About LOWELL DOWNING and CLARICE STUART: Marriage: Nov 12, 1938, Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA Children of CLARICE STUART and LOWELL DOWNING are:
i. LOWELL MORRIS15 DOWNING, JR., b. Apr 3, 1942, Fitzgerald, GA; m. BONNIE JEAN PICKERING, Oct 26, 1968, Jackson, MI; b. May 11, 1942, Bellvue, PA. Notes for LOWELL MORRIS DOWNING, JR.: Lowell joined his father in the meat packing business in Fitzgerald, GA. He and his family are Baptists. More About LOWELL DOWNING and BONNIE PICKERING : Marriage: Oct 26, 1968, Jackson, MI ii. DONALD STUART DOWNING, b. Oct 26, 1946; m. CHRISTIAN COUCH, Sep 24, 1983, Atlanta, GA; b. Feb 23, 1955, Shreveport, LA. Notes for DONALD STUART DOWNING : Donald is a banker in Atlanta, GA as of 1987. More About DONALD DOWNING and CHRISTIAN COUCH : Marriage: Sep 24, 1983, Atlanta, GA

74. MYRTLE ALLENE14 STUART (ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Oct 22, 1906 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA. She married LOUIS WALTER BAUMANN Jun 24, 1925 in Fallon, NV, son of NICHOLAS BAUMANN and MARTHA EGGET. He was born May 5, 1896 in Oregon City, OR. Notes for MYRTLE ALLENE STUART: Last known address for Alene is 113 E. Richards, Fallon, NV 89406 Information for Myrtle's family contributed to Cawyer by daughter, Clarice Stuart Downing in Fitzgerarld, GA. Notes for LOUIS WALTER BAUMANN: Louis was a farmer in Fallon, NV. More About LOUIS WALTER BAUMANN: Burial: Fallon, NV More About LOUIS BAUMANN and MYRTLE STUART: Marriage: Jun 24, 1925, Fallon, NV Children of MYRTLE STUART and LOUIS BAUMANN are:
107. i. CRYSTAL ELOISE15 BAUMANN, b. Jul 25, 1927, Fallon, NV. ii. ROBERT OTTO BAUMANN, b. Apr 19, 1931, Fallon, NV; m. CYNTHIA L. VOGEL, Sep 4, 1954, Carson City, NV. More About ROBERT BAUMANN and CYNTHIA VOGEL: Marriage: Sep 4, 1954, Carson City, NV iii. EDITH ADALINE BAUMANN, b. Sep 14, 1935, Fallon, NV; m. ROBERT B. RELF, Mar 24, 1957, Fallon, NV. More About ROBERT RELF and EDITH BAUMANN : Marriage: Mar 24, 1957, Fallon, NV iv. LIDA ANABEL BAUMANN, b. Dec 23, 1938, Fallon, NV; m. GERALD ROBINSON, Jul 22, 1956, Fallon, NV. More About GERALD ROBINSON and LIDA BAUMANN : Marriage: Jul 22, 1956, Fallon, NV

75. WILLIAM HARLAND14 STUART (ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 9, 1908 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA, and died Jun 5, 1980 in Reno, NV. He married BEATRICE HOPE COBB Feb 2, 1935 in Reno, NV, daughter of ELMOR COBB and BEATRICE PIERSON. Notes for WILLIAM HARLAND STUART: Hartland was a career officer in the U.S. Air Force, retiring as a Lt. Col. He then went into an insurance brokerage firm.

More About WILLIAM HARLAND STUART: Burial: Masonic Memorial Gardens, Reno, NV More About WILLIAM STUART and BEATRICE COBB: Marriage: Feb 2, 1935, Reno, NV Child of WILLIAM STUART and BEATRICE COBB is:
108. i. BEATRICE ELLEN15 STUART, b. Apr 24, 1939, Reno, NV.

76. LUCY AGNES14 STUART (ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 11, 1910 in Springplace, Murray Co., GA. She married (1) CLIFFOR HIRAM "TIP" MELENDY. He was born Mar 2, 1904. She married (2) SIDNEY MILTON TAYLOR May 9, 1928 in Fallon, NV, son of THOMAS TAYLOR and RACHEL ATKISSON. He was born Dec 23, 1901 in Garfield, AK. Notes for LUCY AGNES STUART: Last known address is 805 N. Harmon Road, Fallon, NV 89406 Information for the family of Lucy Agnes contributed by her daughter, Barbara Machado who is living in Roseville, GA. More About SIDNEY TAYLOR and LUCY STUART: Marriage: May 9, 1928, Fallon, NV Children of LUCY STUART and SIDNEY TAYLOR are:
109. 110. i. BARBARA JUNE15 TAYLOR, b. Jun 9, 1929, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. ii. WALLACE MILTON TAYLOR, b. Aug 3, 1932, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV.

77. JAMES EARL14 STUART (ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 5, 1912 in Chatsworth, GA. He married ANNIE MAY RICHARDS Jan 7, 1938 in Carson City, NV, daughter of HAROLD RICHARDS and EATHEL MECHAM. She was born Dec 26, 1918 in Provo, UT. Notes for JAMES EARL STUART: Earl studied accounting, then in 1933 he went into construction. In 1949 he began the first of three terms as a a Churchill Commissioner. He retired as the head of the Road Dept. for Churchill Co., NV. More About JAMES STUART and ANNIE RICHARDS: Marriage: Jan 7, 1938, Carson City, NV Children of JAMES STUART and ANNIE RICHARDS are:
111. 112. 113. i. MARY JEAN15 STUART, b. Aug 20, 1938, Reno, NV. ii. LINDA ESTELLE STUART, b. Mar 2, 1943, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. iii. DENISE MARIE STUART, b. Dec 3, 1947, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV.

78. GEORGE HARRY14 STUART (ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 8, 1919 in Fallon, NV. He married (1) PATRICIA MARIE MCNEELEY, daughter of PATRICK MCNEELY and MARIE UNKNOWN. He married (2) HELEN NADINE LEWIS Jan 5, 1942 in Vancouver, WA, daughter of ALFRED LEWIS and NADINE JENKINS. She was born Sep 12, 1924 in San Leandro, CA, and died Dec 29, 1981 in Poway, CA. Notes for GEORGE HARRY STUART: Retired from United Air Lines and was last known living in San Diego, CA with his new wife.

Source for the family of Isaac Newton is Mrs. Irene Stuart Smith and Mrs. Barbara Machado of Roseville, CA. Notes for PATRICIA MARIE MCNEELEY: Patricia was graduated from DePaul University in Chicago and Mahattan College in NY. She served as the Dean of North Shores, San Diego Community College Center. More About HELEN NADINE LEWIS: Burial: Poway, CA More About GEORGE STUART and HELEN LEWIS: Marriage: Jan 5, 1942, Vancouver, WA Children of GEORGE STUART and HELEN LEWIS are:
114. i. MICHAEL SCOTT15 STUART, b. Jun 20, 1943, Reno, NV. ii. DAVID GRANT STUART, b. Jun 8, 1948, Reno, NV. Notes for DAVID GRANT STUART : Graduate from University of St. Paul, MN and works as a journeyman electrician.

79. RUTH ANN14 PHILIPS (FANNIE EMERLINE13 STUART, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 25, 1923 in Fallon, NV. She married ANDY TUSON. Notes for RUTH ANN PHILIPS: Ruth and Andy are retired school teachers, last living in Shelton, WA. Children of RUTH PHILIPS and ANDY TUSON are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. RUTHANA15 TUSON, b. Jan 5, 1945; m. DENNIS KRUMM. PAM TUSON, b. Jul 11, 1947. ANDREW RODGER TUSON, b. Jun 4, 1951. MARK TUSON, b. Feb 12, 1956. CONNIE TUSON, b. Feb 4, 1957.

80. JEWELL MAUDE14 SMITH (MAUDE13 STUART, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 2, 1918 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN, and died Jun 12, 1994 in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL. She married WILLIAM PRESTON SIMMONS Jul 18, 1941 in Coffee Co.,TN. He was born Jan 26, 1921 in Cowan, Franklin Co., TN, and died Aug 19, 1962 in Lake Worth, Palm Beach Co., FL. Notes for JEWELL MAUDE SMITH: Their is a mistate on the courtesy marriage certificate where Mary was used instead of Maude for Jewell's maiden name. More About JEWELL MAUDE SMITH: Burial: Lauderdale Memorial Gardens, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Notes for WILLIAM PRESTON SIMMONS: Preston joined the Masonic Lodge when the family moved to Chattanooga, TN. His daughter, Judy, became a Rainbow girl, the Masonic organization for girls, ages 11 thru 18 (now 20) I have letters from the Rainbow Assembly that Judy Ellen Simmons was in good standing at the age of 18 which is the year of her matriculation -and a letter stating that William Preston Simmons was in good standing in the Highland Park Lodge in Chattanooga TN when he died (having not yet transferred his membership to a FL lodge before his untimely death within months of his move to Ft. Lauderdale]. He was buried in his Masonic apron (symbol of purity) and his bronze grave marker bears the Masonic symbol. I have his ring that is presented upon achieving the 32 degree -- hoping that at some time, his grandson, Gerard, will earn the right to wear it.

More About WILLIAM PRESTON SIMMONS: Burial: Lauderdale Memorial Gardens, Ft. Lauderdale, FL More About WILLIAM SIMMONS and JEWELL SMITH: Marriage: Jul 18, 1941, Coffee Co.,TN Children of JEWELL SMITH and WILLIAM SIMMONS are:
115. i. JUDY ELLEN15 SIMMONS, b. Jul 29, 1943, Tullahoma, Coffee Co., TN. ii. WILLIAM FRANKLIN SIMMONS, b. Jan 31, 1951, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN. Notes for WILLIAM FRANKLIN SIMMONS: "Bill" to his friends or "Billy" to his sister, followed in his father's footsteps and became a meat cutter. He moved with his mother and father to Ft. Lauderdale, FL where he lived until 2001. He was graduated from Stranaham High School and attended Broward Community College for one year. As of this writing, he is living in Greenville, SC with his sister Judy and Amy his dog.

81. JAMES ASHLEY14 STUART (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN13, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 13, 1938 in Atlanta, GA. He married JANICE LEE PRUETT Feb 10, 1968 in Macon Co., NC, daughter of VERNON PRUETT and CARRIE CLOER. She was born Sep 2, 1942 in Farner, TN. Notes for JAMES ASHLEY STUART: James was married at 20 to an unknown spouse but there was no issue from this marriage which ended in divorce. More About JAMES STUART and JANICE PRUETT: Marriage: Feb 10, 1968, Macon Co., NC Children of JAMES STUART and JANICE PRUETT are:
i. ALAN NATHANIEL15 STUART, b. Feb 8, 1969, Denver, CO. ii. "THAD" THADEUS ANDREW STUART, b. Jan 5, 1971, Brevard, Transylvania Co., NC. iii. COURTNEY ALISON STUART, b. Aug 9, 1980, St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL.

82. BEVERLY FREDERICK14 STUART (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN13, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 21, 1940 in Rome, Floyd Co., GA. He married (1) CATHY COHN. He married (2) MARIA DESPENIA SASSO Jul 2, 1972 in Greenville, Greenville Co., SC, daughter of PETER SASSO and LILLIAN ABRAHAM. She was born Nov 7, 1939 in Greenville, Greenville Co., SC, and died Oct 9, 1980 in Greenville, Greenville Co., SC. Notes for BEVERLY FREDERICK STUART: Fred adopted Darcie Eugenia Zicko who was his step-daughter by his first wife . More About MARIA DESPENIA SASSO: Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Greenville, Greenville Co., SC More About BEVERLY STUART and MARIA SASSO: Marriage: Jul 2, 1972, Greenville, Greenville Co., SC Children of BEVERLY STUART and CATHY COHN are:
i. JENNIFER15 STUART. ii. MELISSA STUART. iii. ADAM STUART.

83. NORA VIOLA14 STUART (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN13, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 1, 1942 in Greensboro, Guliford Co., NC. She married (1) HOWARD CAREY PATTON Sep 2, 1960 in Macon Co., NC, son of CAREY PATTON and GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM. He was born Sep 21, 1934 in Franklin, Macon Co., NC. She married (2) DOYLE CLARK. Notes for NORA VIOLA STUART: Nora is a retired teacher who ran an antique store in Franklin until she and her second husband, Doyle Clark, retired. More About HOWARD PATTON and NORA STUART: Marriage: Sep 2, 1960, Macon Co., NC Child of NORA STUART and HOWARD PATTON is:
i. JANE ASHLEY 15 PATTON, b. Aug 4, 1966, Franklin, Macon Co., NC.

84. ELAM ELMER14 STUART (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN13, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 31, 1946 in Austell, GA. He married (1) ELLERY RAE HILLER in Anchorage, Alaska. She was born Mar 23, 1950. He married (2) ALICE RENEE ARMISTEAD. She was born Nov 30, 1958. More About ELAM STUART and ELLERY HILLER: Marriage: Anchorage, Alaska Children of ELAM STUART and ELLERY HILLER are:
i. DALLAS SHANE15 STUART, b. Apr 4, 1970, Anchorage, Alaska. ii. JASON ELAM STUART, b. May 1, 1972, Anchorage, Alaska. iii. ALICIA LEVA STUART, b. Apr 7, 1982, Anchorage, Alaska.

85. WILLIAM VICTOR14 STUART (ASHLEY JOHNSON13, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) He married JOYCE FITCH. Children of WILLIAM STUART and JOYCE FITCH are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. JUDY ANN15 STUART. LARRY WILLIAM STUART. JERALD VICTOR STUART. SANDRA KAY STUART. REBECCA GERTRUDE STUART.

86. EDWARD CARTER14 DINSMORE, SR. (IRL EUGENE13, LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 26, 1913 in Hunt Co., TX. He married CYNTHIA ESTELLE ARRINGTON Jan 1, 1938 in Dallas, TX, daughter of RAYMOND ARRINGTON and SUE KEMPER. She was born Mar 5, 1913 in Rains Co., TX. Notes for EDWARD CARTER DINSMORE, SR.: Members of the Baptist Church and residing in Mesquite, TX in 1987 Source of information on the Family of Edward Carter Dinsmore is his daughter Mrs. Katherine Breshers, of Mesquite, TX. More About EDWARD DINSMORE and CYNTHIA ARRINGTON: Marriage: Jan 1, 1938, Dallas, TX Children of EDWARD DINSMORE and CYNTHIA ARRINGTON are:
116. 117. i. GLENDA SUE15 DINSMORE, b. Sep 22, 1939, Dallas, TX. ii. KATHERINE JEAN DINSMORE, b. May 20, 1945, Dallas, TX.

iii. EDWARD CARTER DINSMORE, JR., b. Jun 28, 1949, Dallas, TX; d. Mar 17, 1968, Commerce, TX. More About EDWARD CARTER DINSMORE, JR.: Burial: Humbolt Cemetery, Hunt Co., TX

87. FRANCES LOUISE14 LEFLER (MARY SUSAN13 THOMPSON, CATHERINE ELVIRA12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jun 2, 1922 in Clinton, AK, and died Jul 19, 1952 in Search, AK. She married WILLIAM FORTE LONG, son of LEWIS LONG and MIRIAM FORTE. He was born Aug 24, 1920 in Little Rock, AK. Notes for FRANCES LOUISE LEFLER: Information on the family of Frances Lefler submitted by her daughter, Sallie Parrish of Clinton, AK. More About FRANCES LOUISE LEFLER: Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Clinton, Van Buren Co., AK Children of FRANCES LEFLER and WILLIAM LONG are:
118. i. SALLIE FRANCES15 LONG, b. Feb 12, 1941, Little Rock, AK. ii. MARY LOUISE LONG, b. Jun 1, 1945; m. JOE EDWIN LEE, Apr 12, 1963. More About JOE LEE and MARY LONG : Marriage: Apr 12, 1963

88. HERBERT14 STUART (JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 29, 1929 in Birmingham, AL. He married ESTHER P. ATCHISON Dec 26, 1947 in Birmingham, AL. More About HERBERT STUART and ESTHER ATCHISON: Marriage: Dec 26, 1947, Birmingham, AL Children of HERBERT STUART and ESTHER ATCHISON are:
119. 120. 121. i. JENNIFER LYNN 15 STUART, b. Mar 15, 1952, New Orleans, LA. ii. MATTHEW STUART, b. Nov 21, 1954, Birmingham, AL. iii. NANCY ANN STUART, b. Feb 1, 1963, Nashville, TN.

89. MARIAN JEAN14 STUART (JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 26, 1930. She married (1) PAUL H. MOORE Dec 27, 1953 in Birmingham, AL. He was born Feb 27, 1925, and died Mar 6, 1981. She married (2) GEORGE C. MANN May 9, 1991. More About PAUL H. MOORE: Burial: Memorial Cemetery, Auburn, AL More About PAUL MOORE and MARIAN STUART: Marriage: Dec 27, 1953, Birmingham, AL More About GEORGE MANN and MARIAN STUART: Marriage: May 9, 1991 Child of MARIAN STUART and PAUL MOORE is:
i. GEORGE ANDERSON 15 MOORE II, b. Nov 6, 1954.

90. MARGARET ELEANOR14 STUART (JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 28, 1933. She married JAMES HARGROVE. Children of MARGARET STUART and JAMES HARGROVE are:
i. JOHN HARGROVE15 [TWIN]. ii. JAMES HARGROVE [TWIN].

91. TERESA JANE14 STUART (ALFRED FRANKLIN13, WILLIAM MAHONE12, JORDON11, JOEL10 STEWART, JOSEPH9, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 1, 1957 in Warner Robins, GA. She married DOUGLAS ENRIQUE RIOS ROBREDO, son of RENE RIOS and MARIA ROBREDO. He was born Jun 12, 1957 in San Salvador. Children of TERESA STUART and DOUGLAS ROBREDO are:
i. DOUGLAS ENRIQUE RIOS15 STUART, b. Jan 18, 1986, San Salvador. ii. CATHERINE TERESA RIOS STUART, b. Mar 22, 1990, Orlando, FL. iii. CHRISTOPHER ALFREDO RIOS STUART, b. Dec 18, 1992.

Generation No. 14 92. HAROLD L.15 STREETMAN (MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND14 (TWIN), AMANDA ADALINE13 STUART, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 6, 1920. He married RAY JEAN NORRIS. Children of HAROLD STREETMAN and RAY NORRIS are:
i. NORRIS STUART16 STREETMAN, b. Jun 21, 1956. ii. CLAUDIA STREETMAN, b. Jun 3, 1952.

93. SHIPLEY15 HAMES (ETHEL14 STUART, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 17, 1932 in Jonesville, SC. She married JAMES W. KELLY Aug 29, 1954 in Jonesville, SC, son of BUTLER KELLLY and VIRGINIA NELSON. He was born May 13, 1929 in Union, SC. Notes for SHIPLEY HAMES: Shipley is a teacher and she and her husband are Methodists, and in 1987, residing in Columbia, SC. More About JAMES KELLY and SHIPLEY HAMES: Marriage: Aug 29, 1954, Jonesville, SC Children of SHIPLEY HAMES and JAMES KELLY are:
122. i. JOYE ELAINE16 KELLY, b. Dec 7, 1957, Columbia, SC; m. JAMES E. RUSH. ii. CYNTHIA DENISE KELLY, b. Nov 22, 1959, Union, SC.

94. HERBERT JAMES15 HAMES, SR. (ETHEL14 STUART, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 6, 1935 in Jonesville, SC. He married LLEWELLYN HIOTT Aug 24, 1960 in St. Matthews, SC, daughter of UNKNOWN HIOTT and ANNETTE GOLSON. She was born Jan 5, 1936 in St. Matthews, SC. Notes for HERBERT JAMES HAMES, SR.: Herbert was a pharmacist, working for E. R. Squibbs. He and his wife were Methodists and resided in Columbia, SC. More About HERBERT HAMES and LLEWELLYN HIOTT: Marriage: Aug 24, 1960, St. Matthews, SC

Children of HERBERT HAMES and LLEWELLYN HIOTT are:
i. ETHEL ANNETTE16 HAMES, b. Sep 25, 1962, Kannapolis, NC. ii. HERBERT JAMES HAMES, JR., b. Dec 11, 1964, Kannapolis, NC. iii. PATRICIA ANN HAMES, b. Jul 25, 1967, Kannapolis, NC.

95. ETHELYNN15 HAMES (ETHEL14 STUART, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 15, 1938 in Jonesville, SC. She married CHARLES HENRY BOOZER, SR. Jul 21, 1963 in Jonesville, SC, son of HAROLD BOOZER and WILLIE HUTTO. He was born Mar 22, 1936 in Denmark, SC. Notes for ETHELYNN HAMES: Ethelyn retired from teaching and was residing in Columbia, SC in 1987. More About CHARLES BOOZER and ETHELYNN HAMES: Marriage: Jul 21, 1963, Jonesville, SC Children of ETHELYNN HAMES and CHARLES BOOZER are:
i. CHARLES HENRY 16 BOOZER, JR., b. Jan 3, 1966, Ashville, NC. ii. ELLEN STUART BOOZER, b. Sep 4, 1968, Ashville, NC.

96. VIRGIL SAMUEL15 STUART, JR. (VIRGIL SAMUEL14, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Feb 27, 1936 in St. Augustine, FL. He married (1) JENNIFER TEDDER, daughter of NOLAN TEDDER and IRENE MARLOW. She was born May 22, 1948 in Florence, SC. He married (2) MELISSA ANN BUTCHER Nov 6, 1954 in Kingsland, GA, daughter of DWIGHT BUTCHER and CATHERINE NOTTING. She was born Jan 11, 1938 in Los Angeles, CA. Notes for VIRGIL SAMUEL STUART, JR.: In 1987 Virgil was working in construction and Jenny was working for an abstract co. in Burnsville, SC. More About VIRGIL STUART and MELISSA BUTCHER: Marriage: Nov 6, 1954, Kingsland, GA Child of VIRGIL STUART and JENNIFER TEDDER is:
i. NOVA RAIN 16 STUART, b. Apr 23, 1977.

Children of VIRGIL STUART and MELISSA BUTCHER are:
ii. JAMES SAMUEL16 STUART, b. Aug 3, 1955, St. Augustine, FL. iii. MATTHEW JUSTICE STUART, b. Aug 17, 1960; m. DERENDA SMITH. Notes for MATTHEW JUSTICE STUART: Divorced Derenda Smith.

97. PHYLLIS ANN15 STUART (VIRGIL SAMUEL14, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 26, 1933 in St. Augustine, FL. She married ANTHONY FRANK CATALETA, JR., son of ANTHONY CATALETA and IRENE BELLIVEAU. He was born Nov 12, 1929 in Leominster, MA. Notes for PHYLLIS ANN STUART: In 1987 Phyllis was a medical secretary and office manager for Crofton Medical Group in Crofton, MD. Children of PHYLLIS STUART and ANTHONY CATALETA are:
123. i. SUSAN DENISE16 CATALETA, b. Aug 21, 1956, St. Augustin, FL.

ii. TONI LYNN CATALETA, b. Jan 9, 1959, St. Augustine, FL; m. PATRICK CALLAHAN, Aug 2, 1980, Silver Springs, MD; b. Nov 24, 1957, Washington, DC. More About PATRICK CALLAHAN and TONI CATALETA: Marriage: Aug 2, 1980, Silver Springs, MD 124. iii. SCOTT ANTHONY CATALETA (TWIN), b. Dec 13, 1960, St. Augustin, FL. iv. STUART ALLEN CATALETA (TWIN), b. Dec 13, 1960; d. May 31, 1981, Died in a car accident.. More About STUART ALLEN CATALETA (TWIN): Burial: Lakemont Cemetery, Davidsonville, MD

98. DR. CAROLYN LENORA15 RAY (MARY DOROTHY14 STUART, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 26, 1945 in Ashville, NC. She married DR. DAVID A. CORT Jul 28, 1968 in Burnsville, NC, son of ERVIN CORT and DOROTHY FOSS. He was born Oct 9, 1943 in Burnsville, NC. Notes for DR. CAROLYN LENORA RAY: Carolyn gave birth to four girls. Carolyn is a pediatrician and her husband is a general practitioner. They reside in Burnsville, NC More About DAVID CORT and CAROLYN RAY: Marriage: Jul 28, 1968, Burnsville, NC Children of CAROLYN RAY and DAVID CORT are:
i. ii. iii. iv. LISA HANNAH16 CORT, b. Aug 8, 1973, Richmond, VA. HEIDI DOROTHY CORT, b. Jul 17, 1975, Ashville, NC. CARRIE GABRIELLA CORT, b. Aug 12, 1977, Ashville, NC. GRETCHEN STUART CORT, b. May 13, 1981, Mithchell Co., NC.

99. THOMAS ROYAL15 PERRY (OPAL BEATRICE14 STUART, OSCAR THOMAS13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 19, 1932 in Portland, OR. He married CORALEE SMITH Jun 9, 1962 in Boise, ID, daughter of EDWARD SMITH and LEONA OTTO. She was born Jun 2, 1936 in Kellogg, ID. More About THOMAS PERRY and CORALEE SMITH: Marriage: Jun 9, 1962, Boise, ID Children of THOMAS PERRY and CORALEE SMITH are:
i. MARK THOMAS16 PERRY, b. Mar 12, 1963, Boise, ID. ii. KARL KURT PERRY, b. Apr 6, 1965, Boise, ID.

100. GARY STUART15 DUNCAN (WILLA PEARL14 STUART, OSCAR THOMAS13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 24, 1951 in Boise, ID. He married CATHERINE MARIE WAKE Jul 13, 1974 in Helena, Montana. Notes for GARY STUART DUNCAN: Was graduated from the University of Montana and is employed by Mountain Bell. More About GARY DUNCAN and CATHERINE WAKE: Marriage: Jul 13, 1974, Helena, Montana Children of GARY DUNCAN and CATHERINE WAKE are:
i. KELLY MARIE16 DUNCAN, b. Sep 30, 1978, Helena, Montana. ii. SHANNON LESLIE DUNCAN, b. Mar 2, 1981, Helena, Montana.

iii. TRACEY KRISTIN DUNCAN, b. Apr 24, 1983, Helena, Montana.

101. TERRY LYNN15 SMITH (IRENE SYBLE14 STUART, OSCAR THOMAS13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 31, 1945 in Council, ID. He married WANDA FAYE JAYNES Oct 25, 1968 in Boise, ID, daughter of RUFUS JAYNES and DORA RICKARD. She was born Aug 26, 1948 in Florence, AL. More About TERRY SMITH and WANDA JAYNES: Marriage: Oct 25, 1968, Boise, ID Children of TERRY SMITH and WANDA JAYNES are:
i. MELISSA LYNN 16 SMITH, b. Mar 12, 1970, Tucson, AZ. ii. CANDACE NOELLE SMITH, b. Apr 2, 1974, South Bend, WA.

102. MARY ANN15 STUART (GEORGE LESTER14, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 3, 1929 in Fitzgerald, GA. She married ROBERT HASKINS CHANDLER Jun 3, 1953 in Fitzgerald, GA, son of JOE CHANDLER and CLAIRE SPIRES. He was born Mar 6, 1927 in Tift Co., GA. Notes for ROBERT HASKINS CHANDLER: Robert served in the US Marines from 1945 - 1949 abd was recalled in 1952. Robert retired from the USPS in Tifton, GA. He and his wife were members of the Calvery Baptist Church. More About ROBERT CHANDLER and MARY STUART: Marriage: Jun 3, 1953, Fitzgerald, GA Children of MARY STUART and ROBERT CHANDLER are:
125. i. CYNTHIA SUE16 CHANDLER, b. Sep 26, 1954, Tift Co., GA. ii. ROBERT STUART CHANDLER, b. Sep 12, 1961, Tift Co., GA.

103. JACK WAYNE15 STUART (GEORGE LESTER14, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Feb 9, 1931 in Fitzgerald, GA. He married JANE CAROL DANIEL May 13, 1952, daughter of JAMES DANIEL and POLLY VAN FLETCHER. She was born Nov 2, 1933 in Erwin Co., GA. Notes for JACK WAYNE STUART: Jack is a general contractor and his wife Jane operates a gift shop. They are members of a Baptist Church and in 1987 were residing in Fitzgerald, GA. More About JACK STUART and JANE DANIEL: Marriage: May 13, 1952 Children of JACK STUART and JANE DANIEL are:
i. JOHN HENRY16 STUART II, b. Dec 26, 1960, Fitzgerald, GA. ii. JASON WAYNE STUART, b. Apr 15, 1962; d. Apr 23, 1980, Died in a car accident. More About JASON WAYNE STUART : Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Fitzgerald, GA

104. SANDRA ODESSA15 STUART (GEORGE LESTER14, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 21, 1933 in Fitzgerald, GA. She married ERNEST LAMAR CATO Jun 20, 1954 in Fitzgerald, GA, son of WILLIAM CATO and CLARA FULLER. He was born Jan 31, 1936 in Gainsville, GA. Notes for ERNEST LAMAR CATO:

Ernest was working for Delta Airlines in 1987 and served in the U.S. Navy for four years. Both he and Sandra are Baptists. More About ERNEST CATO and SANDRA STUART: Marriage: Jun 20, 1954, Fitzgerald, GA Child of SANDRA STUART and ERNEST CATO is:
i. PAMELA ANN 16 CATO, b. Jun 15, 1956, College Park, GA; m. CARL RUFUS SAWYER; b. Jul 18, 1955.

105. WILLIAM JOSEPH15 CLARK III (ESMA PAULINE14 STUART, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 22, 1930 in Fitzgerald, GA. He married MARGARET NELL THAYER Apr 22, 1956 in Savanna, GA, daughter of HARRIS THAYER and GUSSIE UNKNOWN. She was born Jan 31, 1936 in Savanna, GA. Notes for WILLIAM JOSEPH CLARK III: William is in real estate and he and his wife are Baptists, living in Perry, GA in 1987. More About WILLIAM CLARK and MARGARET THAYER: Marriage: Apr 22, 1956, Savanna, GA Children of WILLIAM CLARK and MARGARET THAYER are:
i. LAURENE16 CLARK, b. Jun 15, 1962, Fort Valley, GA; m. CONRAD ANDERSON. ii. MARCELL CLARK, b. Jul 24, 1968, Fort Valley, GA.

106. REBA JEAN15 CLARK (ESMA PAULINE14 STUART, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 29, 1932 in Fitzgerald, GA. She married WILLIAM CLIFFORD LYLES Dec 7, 1952 in Perry, GA, son of WILLIAM LYLES and ALBERTA AMASON. He was born Sep 13, 1930 in Macon, GA. Notes for WILLIAM CLIFFORD LYLES: William is a turbine supervisor and Reba is a library clerk. Both are Baptists and in 1987 resided in Newman, GA. Family Information submitted to Cawyer by Clarice Downing of Fitzgerald, GA. More About WILLIAM LYLES and REBA CLARK: Marriage: Dec 7, 1952, Perry, GA Children of REBA CLARK and WILLIAM LYLES are:
i. MARTIN DALE16 LYLES, b. May 12, 1954, Macon, GA; m. GINNY HENNINGER, Jun 17, 1978, Roanoke, VA; b. Sep 16, 1953, Buzzards Bay, MA. More About MARTIN LYLES and GINNY HENNINGER: Marriage: Jun 17, 1978, Roanoke, VA 126. ii. LINDA KAY LYLES, b. Sep 15, 1955, Macon, GA. iii. KENNETH CLARK LYLES, b. Aug 20, 1958, Macon, GA; m. DEBORAH DAWN HINES, Oct 27, 1984, Lumberton, NC; b. Oct 2, 1959, Lumberton, NC. Notes for KENNETH CLARK LYLES: As of 1987, Kenneth is a Captain of the U.S. Marines and residing in Garden City, NY. More About KENNETH LYLES and DEBORAH HINES: Marriage: Oct 27, 1984, Lumberton, NC 127. iv. NANCY JEAN LYLES, b. Aug 29, 1959, Macon, GA. v. MARY ELLEN LYLES, b. Mar 8, 1967, Newman, GA.

107. CRYSTAL ELOISE15 BAUMANN (MYRTLE ALLENE14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 25, 1927 in Fallon, NV. She married PAUL EARL BROADY Jun 16, 1946 in Fallon, NV. More About PAUL BROADY and CRYSTAL BAUMANN: Marriage: Jun 16, 1946, Fallon, NV Child of CRYSTAL BAUMANN and PAUL BROADY is:
128. i. RONALD ALAN16 BROADY, b. Dec 5, 1948, Reno, NV.

108. BEATRICE ELLEN15 STUART (WILLIAM HARLAND14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Apr 24, 1939 in Reno, NV. She married WAYNE WINFRED LYNCH Sep 13, 1957 in Anchorage, Alaska, son of EDWARD LYNCH and MARGARET RARDIN. He was born Aug 24, 1938 in Minneapolis, MN. Notes for BEATRICE ELLEN STUART: Has six children and now lives in Anchorage, Alaska. Cawyer information submitted by Barbara Machadok, Roseville, CA. More About WAYNE LYNCH and BEATRICE STUART: Marriage: Sep 13, 1957, Anchorage, Alaska Children of BEATRICE STUART and WAYNE LYNCH are:
129. 130. 131. i. ii. iii. iv. v. DEBORAH KATHLEEN16 LYNCH, b. Jun 18, 1958, Anchorage, Alaska. MARIA ANNETTE LYNCH, b. May 7, 1959, Anchorage, Alaska. MICHAEL WAYNE LYNCH, b. Jan 25, 1961, Anchorage, Alaska. THERESA COLLEEN LYNCH, b. Jul 30, 1962; m. KENNETH ALAN CHRISMAN. JOEL PATRICK LYNCH, b. Mar 13, 1965, Anchorage, Alaska; m. JANI ELIZABETH CASQUERIRA, May 31, 1985, Anchorage, Alaska; b. Apr 8, 1965. More About JOEL LYNCH and JANI CASQUERIRA: Marriage: May 31, 1985, Anchorage, Alaska vi. CORINNA SUZANNE LYNCH, b. Apr 22, 1967, Anchorage, Alaska.

109. BARBARA JUNE15 TAYLOR (LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jun 9, 1929 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. She married (1) GERARD ANDREW WILSON in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV, son of GERARD WILSON and MABEL RAMBO. He was born Apr 28, 1926 in Portland, OR. She married (2) LARRY JOSEPH MACHADO. Notes for GERARD ANDREW WILSON: Gerard was a capenter and served in WWII in the U.S. Navy. More About GERARD WILSON and BARBARA TAYLOR: Marriage: Fallon, Churchill Co., NV Children of BARBARA TAYLOR and GERARD WILSON are:
i. KATHRYN LEA16 WILSON, b. Aug 13, 1948, Reno, NV; m. WENDELL NEWMAN, Aug 18, 1973, Carson City, NV. Notes for KATHRYN LEA WILSON : Kathryn divorced her husband and resumed her maiden name.

More About WENDELL NEWMAN and KATHRYN WILSON : Marriage: Aug 18, 1973, Carson City, NV 132. 133. ii. DWIGHT EVAN WILSON, b. Nov 9, 1949, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. iii. PENNY ALEEN WILSON, b. Mar 1, 1955, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. iv. CARL RAYMOND WILSON, b. Mar 16, 1956, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV; d. Apr 1, 1982, San Francisco, CA. Notes for CARL RAYMOND WILSON : Carl was a 1st Lt. in the U.S. Army stationed at Ft. Bliss, TX. His military papers stated "Lt. Wilson is the most technically qualified officer in this area of operations. He is totally dedicated tot he mission." More About CARL RAYMOND WILSON : Burial: Fallon, Churchill Co., NV

110. WALLACE MILTON15 TAYLOR (LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 3, 1932 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. He married (1) SAMMIE EUDORA CAMERON. He married (2) ROBERTA DEONE WILDER Oct 1, 1960 in Las Vegas, NV, daughter of HENRY WILDER and RUBY BOYD. Notes for WALLACE MILTON TAYLOR: Wallace served in the Korean Conflict. More About WALLACE TAYLOR and ROBERTA WILDER: Marriage: Oct 1, 1960, Las Vegas, NV Children of WALLACE TAYLOR and ROBERTA WILDER are:
134. 135. 136. i. ii. iii. iv. ROGER MILTON16 TAYLOR, b. Jun 17, 1955, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. DEONE MARIE TAYLOR, b. Jul 2, 1955, Redlands, CA. CATHERINE ANNE TAYLOR, b. Nov 6, 1955. LONDA ELLEN TAYLOR, b. Jan 2, 1962, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV.

111. MARY JEAN15 STUART (JAMES EARL14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 20, 1938 in Reno, NV. She married (1) CLARENCE DIRK SIKKENGA. She married (2) DENNIS LUMACAUS MCKINNEY Sep 20, 1956. He was born Jun 24, 1935 in Bluefield, WV, and died 1972 in in an auto accident. Notes for CLARENCE DIRK SIKKENGA: Clarence adopted his wife's children from her first marriage. More About DENNIS MCKINNEY and MARY STUART: Marriage: Sep 20, 1956 Children of MARY STUART and DENNIS MCKINNEY are:
i. MARY ANNE MCKINNEY16 SIKKENGA, b. Oct 12, 1957, Reno, NV; m. FRANK ROBERT KNOLL; b. Oct 14, 1953, Tonopah, NV. ii. JOSEPH EARL MCKINNEY SIKKENGA, b. Apr 21, 1961, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. iii. LENORA EILEEN SIKKENGA, b. Oct 24, 1964, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV.

112. LINDA ESTELLE15 STUART (JAMES EARL14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 2, 1943 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. She married RICHARD NATHAN JONIENTZ Jul 16, 1964 in Fallon, NV, son of HAROLD JONIENTZ and GENEVA BATES. He was born Jan 29, 1937 in Roseburg, OR. More About RICHARD JONIENTZ and LINDA STUART:

Marriage: Jul 16, 1964, Fallon, NV Child of LINDA STUART and RICHARD JONIENTZ is:
i. RENEE DARNELL16 JONIENTZ, b. Apr 18, 1965, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV; m. BEN KETCHAM. Notes for RENEE DARNELL JONIENTZ: Renee divorced and took her maiden name back.

113. DENISE MARIE15 STUART (JAMES EARL14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 3, 1947 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. She married (1) MARCUS ARTHUR CARPENTER. She married (2) RONALD LEHMAN. She married (3) THOMAS AUSTIN FRANKLIN May 21, 1966 in Las Vegas, NV. More About THOMAS FRANKLIN and DENISE STUART: Marriage: May 21, 1966, Las Vegas, NV Children of DENISE STUART and THOMAS FRANKLIN are:
i. TINA LYNN 16 FRANKLIN, b. Oct 22, 1966, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. ii. DENNIS ARTHUR FRANKLIN, b. Nov 3, 1968, San Diego, CA.

114. MICHAEL SCOTT15 STUART (GEORGE HARRY14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jun 20, 1943 in Reno, NV. He married CAROLYN SUE BEASLEY Jun 15, 1968 in Pensacola, FL, daughter of ORA BEASLEY and DAISEY UNKNOWN. She was born Jun 12, 1942 in Dyersburg, TN. Notes for MICHAEL SCOTT STUART: Served in the U.S. Navy for nine years. He was graduated from the University of Kansas. More About MICHAEL STUART and CAROLYN BEASLEY: Marriage: Jun 15, 1968, Pensacola, FL Children of MICHAEL STUART and CAROLYN BEASLEY are:
i. LAURA ANN 16 STUART, b. Jun 14, 1971, Brunswick, GA. ii. MARC DOUGLAS STUART, b. Nov 26, 1973, Escondido, CA.

115. JUDY ELLEN15 SIMMONS (JEWELL MAUDE14 SMITH, MAUDE13 STUART, ELAM12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 29, 1943 in Tullahoma, Coffee Co., TN. She married (1) PAUL NORRIS MATHIS Aug 30, 1961 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN (Source: (1) Marriage License of Judy Ellen Simmons and John Greenleaf Whittier Homan II., (2) Marriage License of Judy Ellen Simmons and Paul Norris Mathis, The Wedding took place in the parents' home of Judy's best friend, Carolyn Mount Gunter. Carolyn was a witness and maid of honor. Paul's best friend, Samuel Earl Muse was also witness and best man. They were married by Rev. Clyde W. Brown of the Boulevard Baptist Church.). She married (2) JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER HOMAN II Jul 22, 1966 in West Palm Beach Courthouse, Palm Beach Co., FL (Source: Marriage License of Judy Ellen Simmons and John Greenleaf Whittier Homan II, The marriage occurred in the W. Palm Bch. Court, officiated by County Judge, Paul T. Douglas.), son of JOHN HOMAN and MINNIE PLEISSE. He was born May 8, 1918 in Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH, and died May 10, 1972 in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL (Source: Death Certificate for John G. Homan, John died of a sudden heart attack on his birthday, age 54, following his birthday party.). She married (3) GEORGE GERSEN GLECER Jun 16, 1973 in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL. He was born Jun 16, 1930 in Poland, and died May 10, 2003 in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL. Notes for JUDY ELLEN SIMMONS: Judy's second husband, JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER HOMAN II was first married to ANNE ELIZABETH WOLL who was born 1922 and was adopted by the WOLL family [nothing more known of Anne]. When Anne died, John married Judy. When John died, Judy formally adopted the six children of John and Anne. Children of JOHN HOMAN and ANNE WOLL are: i. JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER HOMAN III, b. February 1, 1947, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH.

ii. MINNIE ANNE HOMAN, b. September 22, 1950, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. iii. GREEN WINFIELD HOMAN, b. August 15, 1951, Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH. iv. FREDERICK PETER HOMAN, b. August 24, 1953, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL. v. TERRY ELIZABETH HOMAN, b. April 5, 1957, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL. vi. COPE TODD HOMAN, b. October 5, 1971, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL. Judy was raised Baptist but converted to the Liberal Reform Jewish faith May 15, 1987 with Rabbi Marc Alan Gellman officiating, during a formal ceremony at Temple Beth Tora, in Dix Hills, NY. She took the name of "Rachel" as her Jewish name, in honor of George's mother who was killed during the holocaust. More About JUDY ELLEN SIMMONS: Religion: May 15, 1987, Jewish (see conversion certificate) More About GEORGE GERSEN GLECER: Burial: Cremated More About GEORGE GLECER and JUDY SIMMONS: Marriage: Jun 16, 1973, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL Child of JUDY SIMMONS and GEORGE GLECER is:
i. GERARD PRESTON16 GLECER, b. Oct 2, 1975, Paris, France.

116. GLENDA SUE15 DINSMORE (EDWARD CARTER14, IRL EUGENE13, LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 22, 1939 in Dallas, TX. She married FRED ALVIN WARD Jun 11, 1959 in Dallas, TX, son of FRED WARD and THELMA SMITH. He was born Dec 6, 1929 in TX. More About FRED WARD and GLENDA DINSMORE: Marriage: Jun 11, 1959, Dallas, TX Children of GLENDA DINSMORE and FRED WARD are:
i. DONNA LEE16 WARD, b. Nov 18, 1961, Dallas, TX. ii. DAVID ALLYN WARD, b. Apr 24, 1967, Dallas, TX; m. GINA SURRATT. iii. REBEKAH ESTELLE WARD, b. May 10, 1971, Dallas, TX.

117. KATHERINE JEAN15 DINSMORE (EDWARD CARTER14, IRL EUGENE13, LOUISA KEZIAH12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 20, 1945 in Dallas, TX. She married ROBERT GARY BRESHEARS Nov 22, 1975 in Garland, Dallas Co., TX, son of JAMES BRESHEARS and ANNA KUXHAUSEN. He was born Nov 3, 1949 in Albuquerque, NM. Notes for KATHERINE JEAN DINSMORE: Katherine's family is Baptist and she is a school teacher in Mesquite, TX as of 1987. More About ROBERT BRESHEARS and KATHERINE DINSMORE: Marriage: Nov 22, 1975, Garland, Dallas Co., TX Children of KATHERINE DINSMORE and ROBERT BRESHEARS are:
i. RAYMOND ROBERT16 BRESHEARS, b. Dec 10, 1976, Dallas, TX. ii. JOHN MICHAEL BRESHEARS, b. Sep 7, 1979, Dallas, TX.

118. SALLIE FRANCES15 LONG (FRANCES LOUISE14 LEFLER, MARY SUSAN13 THOMPSON, CATHERINE ELVIRA12 STUART, BENJAMIN OTHED11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Feb 12, 1941 in Little Rock, AK. She married TONEY PARISH Jan 9, 1960, son of J. PARISH and JULIA HAYES. He was born Apr 24, 1940 in Van Buren Co., AK. More About TONEY PARISH and SALLIE LONG: Marriage: Jan 9, 1960

Children of SALLIE LONG and TONEY PARISH are:
i. ANTHONY LEE16 PARISH, b. Oct 8, 1960, Sheppard AFF, Wichita Falls, TX; m. SUSIE KIRKENDOLL, 1979. More About ANTHONY PARISH and SUSIE KIRKENDOLL: Marriage: 1979 ii. iii. iv. v. LANNIE GALE PARISH, b. Apr 4, 1964, Little Rock, AK. MICHAEL SCOTT PARISH, b. Jan 14, 1966, Little Rock, AK. MISTI DEEANNE PARISH, b. Apr 20, 1967, Little Rock, AK; m. BOBBY CROCKETT. WENDY MICHELLE PARISH, b. Feb 22, 1970, Little Rock, AK.

119. JENNIFER LYNN15 STUART (HERBERT14, JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 15, 1952 in New Orleans, LA. She married JON CROCKFORD. Children of JENNIFER STUART and JON CROCKFORD are:
i. STUART CROCKFORD 16 [TRIPLET], b. Sep 12, 1981. ii. PARKER CROCKFORD [TRIPLET], b. Sep 12, 1981. iii. WHITNEY CROCKFORD [TRIPLET], b. Sep 12, 1981.

120. MATTHEW15 STUART (HERBERT14, JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Nov 21, 1954 in Birmingham, AL. He married (1) SUSAN SMITH 1975. He married (2) LINDA EVANS 1982. She was born in Omaha, NB. More About MATTHEW STUART and SUSAN SMITH: Marriage: 1975 More About MATTHEW STUART and LINDA EVANS: Marriage: 1982 Children of MATTHEW STUART and SUSAN SMITH are:
137. i. SETH16 STUART, b. Jan 6, 1976, Montgomery, AL. ii. NASH STUART, b. May 26, 1977, Nashville, TN.

Children of MATTHEW STUART and LINDA EVANS are:
iii. ROSS EVANS16 STUART, b. Jun 9, 1985, Nashville, TN; Stepchild. iv. GLEN EVANS STUART, b. Sep 20, 1988, Nashville, TN; Stepchild.

121. NANCY ANN15 STUART (HERBERT14, JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Feb 1, 1963 in Nashville, TN. She married (1) WILLIAM A. GRIFFIN. She married (2) WALTER ALLEN WARE Feb 16, 2002. More About WALTER WARE and NANCY STUART: Marriage: Feb 16, 2002 Children of NANCY STUART and WILLIAM GRIFFIN are:
i. TAGAN AARON 16 GRIFFIN, b. Oct 7, 1984, Auburn, AL. ii. TORI AMETHYST GRIFFIN, b. May 7, 1987, Seattle, WA.

Generation No. 15

122. CYNTHIA DENISE16 KELLY (SHIPLEY15 HAMES, ETHEL14 STUART, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Nov 22, 1959 in Union, SC. She married STEVEN CASON in 8/12/1978. More About STEVEN CASON and CYNTHIA KELLY: Marriage: 8/12/1978 Children of CYNTHIA KELLY and STEVEN CASON are:
i. MATTHEW SCOTT17 CASON, b. Feb 21, 1981. ii. STUART HAMES CASON, b. Feb 27, 1984.

123. SUSAN DENISE16 CATALETA (PHYLLIS ANN15 STUART, VIRGIL SAMUEL14, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 21, 1956 in St. Augustin, FL. She married JOHN WHITNEY CHRISTMAS Jul 14, 1980 in Silver Springs, MD, son of JOHN CHRISTMAS and ANN HAGNER. He was born Oct 26, 1950 in Washington, DC. More About JOHN CHRISTMAS and SUSAN CATALETA: Marriage: Jul 14, 1980, Silver Springs, MD Children of SUSAN CATALETA and JOHN CHRISTMAS are:
i. BRYAN STUART17 CHRISTMAS. ii. JUSTIN CHRISTMAS.

124. SCOTT ANTHONY CATALETA16 (TWIN) (PHYLLIS ANN15 STUART, VIRGIL SAMUEL14, JAMES ROBERT13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 13, 1960 in St. Augustin, FL. He married JENNIFER MAY CHANSLER Jul 11, 1980 in Annapolis, MD, daughter of WILLIAM CHANSLER and PHYLLIS STRAKE. She was born Aug 21, 1956 in Wilmington, OH. More About SCOTT (TWIN) and JENNIFER CHANSLER: Marriage: Jul 11, 1980, Annapolis, MD Children of SCOTT (TWIN) and JENNIFER CHANSLER are:
i. AUTUMN MAY17 CATALETA, b. Aug 22, 1981, Baltimore, MD. ii. STUART ALAN CATALETA, b. Jun 25, 1983, Baltimore, MD.

125. CYNTHIA SUE16 CHANDLER (MARY ANN15 STUART, GEORGE LESTER14, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 26, 1954 in Tift Co., GA. She married DONNIE HAROLD CHILDERS Feb 6, 1973 in Tifton, GA. More About DONNIE CHILDERS and CYNTHIA CHANDLER: Marriage: Feb 6, 1973, Tifton, GA Child of CYNTHIA CHANDLER and DONNIE CHILDERS is:
i. CLAY17 CHILDERS, b. Aug 6, 1980, Tift Co., GA.

126. LINDA KAY16 LYLES (REBA JEAN15 CLARK, ESMA PAULINE14 STUART, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Sep 15, 1955 in Macon, GA. She married CHARLES CLAY HOUGHTON Jun 16, 1979 in Newman, GA, son of ROSCOE HOUGHTON and NELLIE AYERS. He was born Nov 12, 1954 in Augusta, GA.

Notes for LINDA KAY LYLES: Charles is a constuction engineer in Lilburn, GA and he and Linda are members of a Baptist Church. More About CHARLES HOUGHTON and LINDA LYLES: Marriage: Jun 16, 1979, Newman, GA Children of LINDA LYLES and CHARLES HOUGHTON are:
i. MELISSA KAY 17 HOUGHTON, b. Feb 17, 1983, Atlanta, GA. ii. STUART AYERS HOUGHTON, b. Dec 9, 1984, Atlanta, GA.

127. NANCY JEAN16 LYLES (REBA JEAN15 CLARK, ESMA PAULINE14 STUART, JOHN HENRY13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Aug 29, 1959 in Macon, GA. She married JOE BLEDSOE JACKSON Oct 3, 1981 in Newman, GA, son of JOE JACKSON and MYRTLE WHITLOCK. He was born Aug 31, 1952 in Newman, GA. Notes for JOE BLEDSOE JACKSON: As of 1987, Joe is a G.B.T. agent and the couple was living in Dublin, GA. More About JOE JACKSON and NANCY LYLES: Marriage: Oct 3, 1981, Newman, GA Child of NANCY LYLES and JOE JACKSON is:
i. MATTHEW WILLIAM17 JACKSON.

128. RONALD ALAN16 BROADY (CRYSTAL ELOISE15 BAUMANN, MYRTLE ALLENE14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Dec 5, 1948 in Reno, NV. He married CAROL VERCO Apr 5, 1986 in Sparks, NV. She was born Aug 12, 1948 in Reno, NV. More About RONALD BROADY and CAROL VERCO: Marriage: Apr 5, 1986, Sparks, NV Child of RONALD BROADY and CAROL VERCO is:
i. PAMELA JEANNE MOE17 BROADY, b. Reno, NV.

129. DEBORAH KATHLEEN16 LYNCH (BEATRICE ELLEN15 STUART, WILLIAM HARLAND14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jun 18, 1958 in Anchorage, Alaska. She married BRADLELY CRAIG WILSON Dec 22, 1980 in Anchorage, Alaska, son of ROBERT WILSON and UNKNOWN BEASLEY. He was born Nov 17, 1956 in Anchorage, Alaska. More About BRADLELY WILSON and DEBORAH LYNCH: Marriage: Dec 22, 1980, Anchorage, Alaska Children of DEBORAH LYNCH and BRADLELY WILSON are:
i. JOSHUA CRAIG17 WILSON, b. Sep 15, 1983, Anchorage, Alaska. ii. BRYAN JACOB WILSON, b. Apr 30, 1985, Anchorage, Alaska.

130. MARIA ANNETTE16 LYNCH (BEATRICE ELLEN15 STUART, WILLIAM HARLAND14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 7, 1959 in Anchorage, Alaska. She married DENNIS EUGENE CHAVES Dec 18, 1976 in Anchorage, Alaska, son of FRED CHAVES and DELORES HARDING. He was born Dec 18, 1957 in MT.

More About DENNIS CHAVES and MARIA LYNCH: Marriage: Dec 18, 1976, Anchorage, Alaska Children of MARIA LYNCH and DENNIS CHAVES are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. SUMMER EMMA JO17 CHAVES, b. Mar 11, 1982, Anchorage, Alaska. SPARROW JOELLEN CHAVES, b. Jun 25, 1983, Fairbanks, Alaska. DESTINY ANNETTE CHAVES (TWIN), b. Sep 25, 1984, Fairbanks, Alaska. ZACHARY EUGENE CHAVES (TWIN), b. Sep 25, 1984, Fairbanks, Alaska. PERRY DANIEL CHAVES, b. May 20, 1986, Fairbanks, Alaska.

131. MICHAEL WAYNE16 LYNCH (BEATRICE ELLEN15 STUART, WILLIAM HARLAND14, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 25, 1961 in Anchorage, Alaska. He married LEANNA ELAYNE ROLL Aug 21, 1982 in Portland, OR, daughter of WAYN ROLL and DEMETRA KALLIMANIS. She was born Nov 11, 1960 in Portland, OR. More About MICHAEL LYNCH and LEANNA ROLL: Marriage: Aug 21, 1982, Portland, OR Children of MICHAEL LYNCH and LEANNA ROLL are:
i. CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL17 LYNCH, b. Jan 20, 1983, Anchorage, Alaska. ii. ANDREA NICHOLE LYNCH, b. Jan 21, 1985, Anchorage, Alaska.

132. DWIGHT EVAN16 WILSON (BARBARA JUNE15 TAYLOR, LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Nov 9, 1949 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. He married DEBORAH RAE ENOS Apr 1, 1972 in Manteca, CA, daughter of RAYMOND ENOS and CORA WILSON. She was born Jul 25, 1951. More About DWIGHT WILSON and DEBORAH ENOS: Marriage: Apr 1, 1972, Manteca, CA Children of DWIGHT WILSON and DEBORAH ENOS are:
i. CARL LYNN17 WILSON, b. Jan 4, 1975, Manteca, CA. ii. JERI RAE WILSON, b. Apr 18, 1977, Manteca, CA.

133. PENNY ALEEN16 WILSON (BARBARA JUNE15 TAYLOR, LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Mar 1, 1955 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. She married (1) BYRON FRANK BLACK Dec 1, 1973. She married (2) VICTOR STEVEN THILL Oct 14, 1979, son of VICTOR THILL and MOTES STANLEY. More About BYRON BLACK and PENNY WILSON: Marriage: Dec 1, 1973 More About VICTOR THILL and PENNY WILSON: Marriage: Oct 14, 1979 Child of PENNY WILSON and BYRON BLACK is:
i. MONICA ALEEN17 BLACK, b. Jun 28, 1974, Stockton, CA.

Children of PENNY WILSON and VICTOR THILL are:
ii. DONNA IRENE17 THILL, b. Jul 9, 1981, Salt Lake City, UT. iii. VICKI LEE THILL, b. Dec 13, 1982, Salt Lake City, UT.

134. ROGER MILTON16 TAYLOR (WALLACE MILTON15, LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jun 17, 1955 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. He married DEBORAH SUE HURT Apr 27, 1974 in Jackson, TN. More About ROGER TAYLOR and DEBORAH HURT: Marriage: Apr 27, 1974, Jackson, TN Children of ROGER TAYLOR and DEBORAH HURT are:
i. RODGER MILTON17 TAYLOR, b. May 4, 1978, Jackson, TN. ii. TRACYE COLLEEN TAYLOR, b. Nov 24, 1980, Jackson, TN.

135. DEONE MARIE16 TAYLOR (WALLACE MILTON15, LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jul 2, 1955 in Redlands, CA. She married JOHN HEMLER. He died Sep 1987. Child of DEONE TAYLOR and JOHN HEMLER is:
i. ANTHONY TAYLOR17 HEMLER, b. Feb 27, 1987, Reno, NV.

136. LONDA ELLEN16 TAYLOR (WALLACE MILTON15, LUCY AGNES14 STUART, ISAAC NEWTON13, VIRGIL A.12, ILEY THEOPOLIS11, JACOB10, NATHANIEL9, JOHN8, JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born Jan 2, 1962 in Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. She married MARTON LONNIE COOPER, son of RAYMOND COOPER and BEVERLY SNYDER. He was born Jan 9, 1962 in Lodi, CA. Children of LONDA TAYLOR and MARTON COOPER are:
i. SHEENA DEONE17 COOPER, b. Oct 5, 1983, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV. ii. RAYMOND DANIEL COOPER, b. Oct 31, 1985, Fallon, Churchill Co., NV.

137. NASH16 STUART (MATTHEW15, HERBERT14, JUDSON VIRGIL13, JOHN HENRY12, JOHN A.11, JACOB B.10, EDWARD9 STEWARD, JOHN8 STUART, JR., JOHN7 STEWART, DANIEL6 STEWARD, JOHN5, GEORGE4, NICHOLAS3, JOHN2, JOHN1 STEWART) was born May 26, 1977 in Nashville, TN. He married ERIKA HAMMOND 1996. Notes for NASH STUART: Nash and Erika were divorced in 2000. More About NASH STUART and ERIKA HAMMOND: Marriage: 1996 Child of NASH STUART and ERIKA HAMMOND is:
i. CALLIE ELIZABETH17 STUART, b. Aug 17, 1998, Jacksonville, NC.

A FAMILY LETTER DATED 1774 DONATED BY TERESA STUART RIOS.
I said John was married to Susanna Hatcher, but I was wrong. That was a much earlier John Stewart who was born in the 1600´s. It was Susanna Tanner that John Stewart married. John was the son of John Stewart and Mary Bowman who lived in Amelia CO VA after moving from the Chesterfield/Henrico CO VA area in the late 1750´s. John talks of his son "Jack" which is a nickname for John. He also mentions his son Dan, "Daniel" and John´s brother who died in Amelia CO VA "Berry" (Littleberry). This letter was written to his parents John Stewart and Mary Bowman. John had 1 brother and 2 sisters who stayed in the Amelia CO area. The brother who stayed in Amelia Co was Charles.

Here is that letter, it was a joy to read something this old that has survived time. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------STEWART FAMILY LETTER-Pittsylvania County Copied from a letter owned by Mr. Joseph Ward of Watauga County, North Carolina (now deceased). Mr. John Stewart Nottoway Parish Amelia County Virginia 6th May 1774 Dear Father John Davis bought your letter today and I write to tell you how pleased I am to hear from you as well as to share a few lines about your family here in Pittsylvania. Susanah as you know from brother John Kelly was very sickly and has been slow to mend. She is a good and dutiful wife and I must confess my fear was that she might never be any better. As for the children our Cely has taken to herself a husband since I wrote you Mr. Benjamin Ward. They stay with his brother Daniel Ward but talk much of going to Carolina. Jack tends to run wild much to the worry of his Mother and this does not help to better her poor state of health. Dan now stands as tall as brother Berry and is a favorite with the ladys. He is a fine son and in his conduct is much like brother Charles. Our Mary is a great comfort. Never was a girl more properly named for Mother being a most sensable girl and since Susanahs illness has taken

charge of her Mothers dutys. It has been near five years since our Jesse left us and never is the day we do not think of our dear boy lost at such a tender age. As for myself I am in perfect health. I close with our respects to you and Mother and all the family. May God keep and bless you all. Your son John Stewart Pittsylvania County Virginia

ADDITIONAL NOTES FROM TERESA.
Benjamin Ward of Ashe Co., NC had a full brother named Dr. William Ward who died 23 July 1835 in Rutherford Co., TN leaving a large estate -- passing his Bible and other personal records to nephew Pete Marcum. Note the following entry: Page 677 John Stewart was married unto Susannah eldest daughter of Joseph Tanner in the year of our Lord 1753 on May the 12th day in Dale Parish Chesterfied County and was blessed with 3 sons and 2 daughters viz John Daniel Jesse Celia and Mary Bowman all born in Nottoway Parish Amelia County Benjamin Ward and Celia Stewart were married April 16th 1774 William Ward and Mary Bowman Stewart were married May 8th 1777 William Ward and Mary Robertson were married October 24th 1812.

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