Primary records check and comparison.
By gloria October 30, 2012 at 05:17:55
There are so many ishams, moseses and johns that I have begun a comparison of extant records for clarification of the lines. I have found that the most frustrating thing is the overlapping of dates and names, especially Isham. The things i feel are proven to the best of my ability at.this time are.as follows:
Will of Isham Oneal marshall co tn 1860 codicil 1872. This will names Ishams children, their.spouses and some grandchildren. I need proof of ishams son moseses children that are not mentioned in Ishams will, because Isham speaks of his younger ch... meaning some older children of moses are excluded or were provided for.before the.will codiccil.was written. Who werethe children of ishamsdau who was deceased at time of will? These were george stephensons children by ishams dau milly.
ISOM ONEAL MARRIED TO ANN ARUNDELL. They were m apr 23 1779. Does anyone have a will for this isom or wife ann? This isom dissappears from census in johnston co nc in 1810 but there is Anny listed as f + 45 etcetc she is not in the 1820 census. This may be ann arundell oneal
The proof that MY isham o neal married ann pearce... there is a mrg of 1800 IN JOHNSTON co tn for an Isham and ann pearce. There is also a john pearce who witnessed the mrg. There is also only one john pearce in johnston co 1800 does anyone find a death or will for him? Anything as father of ann?
The *proof that that isham who married ann PEARCE is mine?
That Isham had a son named John Pearce ONeal. Is there a will for John Pearce oneal or contemporary docs proving his middle name was pearce? The will of my Isham says John P.
I find at least three Isham Oneals in NC johnston co and in bedford co later marshall co tn.. i think some people are confused by that.There is on ancestry right now a gentleman who says my isham died amd was transported to alabama and buried there in an 1812 grave yard... I disagree with that. I feel that the Isom oneal buried in alabama was a soldier in the indian wars 1814/15 and was killd in battle or died of wounds and was buried.at the fort, and that his headstone was moved When lay lake was going to cover the burial site. There is another researcher who states that my isham oneal died in 1848. I disagree, because, again, the will of 1860 codicil 1872... also federal census for Isham whch I now get into the sticky about... there is an overlap of an Isham Oneal possible husbamd of Ann pearce. They are in 1800 1810 1820 and 1830... ok if tht is my isham and ann who is the 1820 isham i Bedford co Tn who is later found in Marshall co Tn PROBABLY WITHOUT MOVING... because.Marshall was.formed from part of Bedford in 1836... Isham oneal is found on tax rolls of bedford co later marshall , in 1820, 1830 bedford co 1840 census 1850 and 1860 in marshall and probably 1870 will bbe his last fed census year.. he is also in court minutes for 1836-1840 with moses, john, and jon p.... and further... orelia horne campbell... did she die in 1848 was thee a will? Why did ishams son wiley J. Oneal name a child rely oneal? Was it after her? I see her as relly on another vensus... so who has a census with ann named as ishams wife in bedford co or marshall c tn. Who has census with orelia h campbell as wife of isham? Those are my questions and those are the answes needed to provide minimal proof. Does orelia leave.a will in bedford or marshall co?
widowed aft 1800 bef 1810.