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| My research begins with Thomas IRONSIDE. He may have been born in Scotland and traveled to Indiana in 1850? then on to Ill. where he married Sarah Cornman NASLEY (1857).He had one son George Wilson IRONSIDE b. 1858 Jackson Co. Ill. m.1885 Sarah Caroline MOREN d. 1923 Denmark Ar.*photos George IRONSIDE with Sarah MOREN and Harris Leamon IRONSIDE his son, with wife Lena WINNINGHAM.*photo Cora and Rosa IRONSIDE sisters of Harris.|
Sarah Caroline MOREN married George Wilson IRONSIDE(1885) Her grandfather was Joshua MOREN (b.Va.). He traveled to Tn. where he married Rhoda GRISHAM, he died in Wilson Co.Tn.1824. His widow and son Harris Joshua MOREN traveled to Ill. in 1830 one of the earliest settlers of Williamson Co.*photo MOREN Home, Josh and Punk MOREN
WINNINGHAMDavid WINNINGHAM b.1799 d. Oregon traveling there with second wife Lucinda DENNY, son Hiramb.1803 Tn. m.1847 Anastacia WEST and died 1885 Miller Co.Mo. Early settlers of Miller Co. Mo. *photo Hiram WINNINGHAM
WESTIsaac(b.1745Va.)Married Susannah ANDERSON lived
near the Rev. War battle of King's Mountain.*photo Anastacia WEST wife of Hiram WINNINGHAM
LAFOON/LAFFOONWilliam b.1754 Va.m. 1780 Sarah Mary HARDEN d. 1821 Hopkins, Co. Ky.William's father Matthew LAFOON b. 1727. married and had seven children, married again and had 4 more. He spent his life in Lunenburg Co. Va. He was the owner of a large plantation and grist mill. On August 1775 he signed "The Declaration for Constitution and Provincial Congress" He was a constable. He died in the Spring of 1789 in Brunswick Co. Va.
ANDERSON/ANDREASSON/JORANSSONPeter b.1706 Del. married Catherina LYNAM,. Peter , Catharinatheir seven children, with families SPRINGER, STALCUP, and BRIMBERRY arrived in the colony of North Carolina in 1768, In 1787 they sold their land and disappeared, some may have ended up un Ky or Va.(their daughter Susannah married Isaac WEST).Peter's father Eric JORANSSON(Anderson) b.1666 Ft. Christina Del. His father was Andreas JORANSSON b. 1601 Gothenburg ,Sweden, he was the Captain of the transport vessel "Fogel Grip", along with the naval friget "Kalman Nickel" these ships were given the task to take the first expedition of settlers to America and colonize New Sweden. He married Sophia PAULSSON 1657. They are all buried at Old Swedes Church, Wilmington , Del.
SULLIVAN /SULLIVANTLittle Berry *photo was a farmer in Giles Co. moved to Ar. 1851,Sharp Co. married Celia Lee *photo (Daughter of William Lee and Massey West).His father was Nathaniel F.SULLIVAN b.1793 *photo Sullivan Home
*CONTACT ABOUT JOINING A SULLIVAN FAMILY SITE more photos and information* Great Grandson of Little berry, Murphy Mobley SULLIVAN *photo ,married Jewel Wayne RYE (daughter of Newt RYE and Lucy Belle CLARK *photo)(Lucy Belle daughter of Andrew Jackson CLARK b.1836 Trigg Co. Ky.and Martha Jane VAUGHN*photo) (Andrew Jackson CLARK son of William CLARK b.1796 Va. AND Sophia DAWSON.)
MOBLEY/MOBBERLYSurrell b.1776,married Winiford, son John "jack" b. 1812 Sampson Co. N.C. early settler Sharp Co. Ar. (before Ar. became a state)his son Calvin MOBLEY a Judge in Sharp Co.*photo(married Amanda MCGEE*photo) Surrell's father Middleton MOBLEY (1740-1782)descendant of Edward MOBBERLY (1593-1633) England. Amanda MCGEE was the daughter of Joseph C. MCGEE.*photo Mobley Home