This Stewart Family moved from NC,South Carolina, GA thento AL between 1856 & 1858;Then they moved from AL to AR betweem 1863 & 1873 as Ida M. was born AR 1873.
John P.Born 1835 GA, was to have been a doctor and lived Lexington,AR and his brother's ;
James and Church lived in Lone Rock, AR and one was a preacher.Their parents were from NC & SC. according to Census Record.
John P. STEWART and bros Poss: Church (a nickname?), and James. Both born GA
Bible record of Fayle Folks-Cavner.
Marriage License dated Oct. 9th,1851 in Upson Co.,GA Signed by Eustace Reeves (Eustace, was a Militia Capt and Justice of the Peace) C.C.O. was A. Cobb. In possession of Paula L. Hawkins Johnson Family Records.
Bible records of Faye Folks-Cavenar.
Marriage license dated Oct. 9th, 1851 Upson Co., GA. Signed by Eustace Reeves (Eustace, was a Miltia Capt. and Justice of the peace) C.C.O. was A. Cobb.
STEWART/HAND family records of Paula L. Hawkins Johnson *Researcher -Compiler 20030 SE Seibert Lane, Sandy Oregon 97055
Civil War Military Records (copy given to me, from cousin Lu Smith of Columbia, MO. Now, in my family records.)Confederate States of America: Headquarters 16th Army Corps, Office Provost Marshal, Montgomery, AL, June 12, 1865: I the Undersigned: J. P. Stewart, Private G 34 Ala Infty.This paper of statement given upon release of his being taken captive:Do Solemnly Swear that I will not bear arms against the United States of America, or give any information, or do any military duty whatever, until regularly exchanged as a prisoner of war.Signed John P. StewartDiscription: 5 feet 6 and half inches tall, Hair: Dark, eyes: blue, complexion: dark.
I certify that the above parole was given by me on the date above given, and the above named Private will not be disturbed by United States authorities so long as he observes the conditions of his parole, and the laws and regulations in force where he resides.By Order Of Major General A.J. Smith
**Muster Roll:John P. Stewart, Company G34th ALa. Regiment, of non-commissioned Officers and Privates of the organization named, made in accordance with Par. III,G.O. No.27, A.I.G., for apr. 1, 1864 Roll dated near Dalton, GA.. signed by Lt. Falland?
**Confederate Register of Paroled Soldiers for the month of June, 1865, by Maj. Ross Wilkinson, A.D.C. and Provost Marshal, 16th A.C. J. P. Stewart Pvt.Co.G.34 Regt Ala Inf. Dated June 12.. roll not dated....copyist H. King.
**Confederate Jno. P. Stewart Pvt.Co.G 34 Regt Ala, appears on a Register of St. Mary's Hospital, West Point, Miss dated Jan 10, 1865, Disease V.D., remarks: Admitted.Signed by O D Moses copyist. (Confed.Arch.,Chap.6, File No.274, Page 70.
Arkansas Land Records, Page 67 Baxter Co.Stewart, John P. Vol. AR2560.287 Land ofc. Harrison.06-Dec. 1890 lDoc#7311,Misc. doc#9497, Homestead.Original: Part #1: N NW Sec.36 Twp. 17 N, R 14 W.Part #2: /w NW Sec. 6 Twp. 17 N, R 13 W, 133.080 acre's.
***Copies of Documents listed above, in the Family Records of Paula L. Hawkins Johnson20030 SE Seibert Lane, Sandy Oregon 97055
John is the Second Great Grandfather of:
Paula L. Hawkins Johnson *Researcher-Compiler