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2. died of typhoid fever.Wrote her mother in law to take care of her children.
3. Confedrate Records of Covington Co., MS.
4. buried Barnes Cem., Covington Co., MS.
5. buried Antioch Cem., Rankin Co., MS.
6. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Prestiss, MS.
7. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Antioch, Jeff Davis Co., MS.
8. Co D, 7th MS Infantry.
9. In his will he gave to his "grand children Mary, Sarah Ann and Ascriath the bodily heirs of my daughter Charity Lowe deceased the sum of six hundred and sixty six dollars.It is not my will or desire that Edmund Lowe" to recieve anything.Edmund was Charity's husband.Filed 1842.
10. buried Old Ebenezer & Barnes Cemetery, Marion, Co., MS.
11. Nathan in Company D, Covington Farmers, enlisted at Williamsburg 18 July 1862 - Captain - Nathan Barnes.Was surrendered at Citronelle by Lieut. Gen R. Taylor.He signed the oath to USA on 17 May 1863.His son William L. never signed a oath.Family saying is that Nathan signed to get William out of Ship Island, that because of his rank the Yankees were will to let both of them go if Nathan would swear the oath.He obeyed his oath and did not fight any more.
12. teacher in Marion Co. MS.
13. My and my mother's memories of Uncle Preston., Mama's memories - while Uncle Preston was in Movile working he lived on one side of a small lane and Grandmother Barnes lived on the other side.If Uncle Preston bought Grandmother anything he had to bring the very same thing to his wife.When Uncle Preston would visit Grandmother in Lumberton the last thing he did was shake hands with her.Grandmother knew that whatever he put in her hand (money) she was to take and not say a word not even a word of thanks because Aunt Floyd didn't know.My memories - My brother was born on Uncle Preston's birthday.When I was about 11 we visited Uncle Preston and his sister Aunt Loula.They lived in the same town.I remember a huge sun room, it seemed to be as big as a whole house.Uncle Preston took time with me.He made some shymes for me.Later he typed them out and mailed them to me.I still have them.My impression of him was of a gentle, kind man..
14. buried Rock Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Covington Co., MS.
15. His will was filed April 8, 1835 in Marion Co., MS.Recorded Oct 28, 1835.
16. Grace Sinclairgsinc@sccoast.net, This is probably not the right marriage because susannah was born before the marriage.
17. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Prestiss, MS.
18. buried Mt. Zion Baptis Church Cemetery, Simpson Co., MSdied fro pneumonia.
19. buried Old Ebenezer & Barnes Cemetery, Marion, Co., MS.
20. buried Barnes Cem., Covington Co., MS.
21. buried Mt. Zion Baptis Church Cemetery, Simpson Co., MSdied fro pneumonia.
22. buried Rock Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Covington Co., MS.
23. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Antioch, Jeff Davis Co., MS.
24. buried Rock Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Covington Co., MS.
25. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Antioch, Jeff Davis Co., MS.
26. buried Rock Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Covington Co., MS.
27. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Antioch, Jeff Davis Co., MS.
28. Confedrate Records of Covington Co., MS.
29. Aunt Nettie lived beside Uncle R.B. and Aunt Brewer.Aunt Ida and Uncle Henry owned a store in that location.The living room and dinning room were the store and the rest of the building was their home.(Marianna lived there for awhile.)Uncle R.B. and Aunt Brewer took care of Aunt Ida after she got old.They lived about a block away in a little wood house.When Aunt Ida died she left everthing to Uncle R. B.
30. Aunt Katie had diptheria or something like that when she was little.She said that Inez had it too and that is what killed Inez.Mama Eale had to paint their throats with something while they were sick.Aunt Katie said Inez wouldn't let Mama Eale paint her throat and that is why she died.Aunt Katie said that until then she was "normal".After that she had epilepsy and was mentally slow.About a year after Uncle Frank died Aunt Katie went to his grave and cussed him out for dying and leaving her.
31. Uncle Will was as old as Aunt Nettie's father and had a wife and family.My grandfather, her father, let her go to Uncle Will and his wife to live and go to school, college.Uncle Will was a legestrator.Uncle Will and Aunt Nettie fell in love and Uncle Will left his wife and children.My grandfather would not forgive either of them for a very long time because Uncle Will was suppose to be his friend and here he was stealing his dtr.Uncle Will was a very hard man.He ruled his family.Aunt Nettie taught school and obeyed him.
32. buried Mt Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Jeff. Davis Co., MS.
33. buried Oakdale United Methodist Church Cemetery, Covington Co, MS.
34. Memories of my mother and her sister, Uncle John was a drinker.Mama, Sarah Barnes McEwen, went to Grandmother Barnes's just before Jack was born.Mama's sister went home with Uncle John .Uncle John got drunk.His wife told Mama's sister not to bother Uncle John, that at one time he had lived in Texas and he had killed a man in self-defence.It seems to have happened in a very small town and Uncle John turned himself in and was turned loose.His wife said when the memories got too strong Uncle John drank.Uncle John went to New Orleans to stay with Fannie Allan when she was in the hospital dying of a tumor.When she died he sent a telegram home that read, "Allan's struggles are over."Uncle John was a very intelligent man.He was a judge.
35. In Calumbia SC married 9 aug 1828 Richland Co., recorded Charleston Observer 1827 - 1845.
36. buried Oakdale United Methodist Church Cemetery, Covington Co, MS.
37. buried in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Collins, MSShe died of a ruptured intestine.About 1849 Irvin and Sarah married in Monroe, MS.
38. My mother's memories - Grandfather was a soldier during the Civil War.He was wounded.He got consumption and later died of phenumonia at 40.Grandmother took in boarders.She had a large 2 story house.She had a black lady who helped her.The woman had a baby that she took to work with her and put on a pallet. There was a huge board over the dinning room table.It moved by someone pulling a rope that move it back and forth.Hessie pulled the rope.Hessie, while still a boy took over his mother's work when she died.He moved to Mobile with Uncle Preston, Aunt Loula and Grandmother.He later moved up north.Later he came back to Lumberton to visit Grandmother.He said when he married they got everthing from a frying pan to a piano.He had a good jn some kind of data processing.Grandmother said she couldn't die yet because she still hated the Yankees for 2 things - what they did to Grandpa and for killing her brother, probably Allan Stewart Davis.
39. buried Old Ebenezer & Barnes Cemetery, Marion, Co., MS.
40. buried Barnes Cem., Covington Co., MS.
41. buried in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Collins, MSShe died of a ruptured intestine.About 1849 Irvin and Sarah married in Monroe, MS.
42. Had the measles, went back to work too soon and got pneumonia and died.
43. My mother's memories - Grandma was spoiled, by her family and by Grandpa.She didn't want Uncle Son (her son) to go to town to work because she wanted to be able to look out her window and see him at anytime.She liked to take her "medicine" in the middle of the afternoon.She kept it in the side of a wardrobe.Two of her grandsons use to sneak in to get a slug.She thought she was always sick with something or other.
44. will page 93 Hinds Co., MSJuly 24, 1837 probated Nov 24, 1837.
45. Memories of Nellie Gray Lee Oldham, "Papa (Dr. Zachary Taylor Lee, a dentist, later in Kosciusko, had a brother Tom (Dr. Thomas Jefferson Lee who practiced in Philadelphia), who, I think, was the oldest in the family.There was also a Uncle Sugg Lee, maybe Grandpapa's brother, maybe not.Grandpapa (Noel) and his bother Joel married sisters.Cousins Jim, Henry, Dick, and Tom were all children of Joel, all double first cousins of Papa.Aunt Sudie (Susan), Papa's sister, married Thomas Yates.Thomas E. Yates had a flour allergy;his mother had to cook the family biscuits outdoors.His son was Dr. Parkes.I never saw Grandmama Lee but once.She lived in Philadelphia with Uncle Tom.Aunt Sudie and Thomas E. Yates had a big family,they were such fun to visit.One boy was name Bruce, with a pet goat.Two of my brothers, Roy and Guy and I ran the goat and fell into a cellar.They made cider out of apples with a horse.They had a great big house.One of the Yates boys married Uncle Tom's daughter, Hattie Lee, who was small with red harid.Bob Lee was Uncle Tom Lee's son and an architect in Meridian.He designed the Threefoot Bldg and the Marks Rothenberg store there.Grandpapa Noel Lee was killed at the siege of Vicksburg and buried in Pearl Valley Cemetery in Neshoba County, MS.Here is a dream Grandmama Lee had when the War ended.Uncle Tom was wounded, thought dead, and was put in the dead house.(Papa Zacary T., was just a boy and Aaron was little.)Grandmama was lying asleep before daybreak, dreaming that Uncle Tom was not dead, and was on his way home.Someone knocked on the door, and there was Uncle Tom with two men supportin him.As the was was over, he studied medicine and practiced.All this was in Philadelphia.Afterwards he moved to Meridian, but I think he is buried in Philadelphia.
46. buried Antioch Cem., Rankin Co., MS.
47. It is possible that Lydia's parents were John Alexander Rowland and Mary Saunders.
48. He emigrated to America in 1768 and settled in SC near the NC state line.He later moved to NC near what is now Rowland.He was a Presbyterian.It is thought he owned Long Branch Plantation near Rowland.He served 84 months in the Revolutionary War as a private in the 4th NC Regiment of the Continental Line.He received 640 acres of land and a slave for his service.In his will he is listed as John McCormaig, Nov. 10, 1806 and was proved in 1814.Will Book 1, page 151, Robeson County Courthouse..Buried old McCormick Cementery near Rowland, NC.There is a headstone there.
49. buried McCormick Cem., Rowland, NC.
50. occupation farmer, Presbyterian.
51. buried McCormick Cem., Rowland, NC.
52. buried Powers Cem., Coffeeville, MS.
53. buried Cemetery Hill, Carrollton, TX.
54. letter she wrote to her niece Barbara Stewart.I put it in the MS Archives in Jackson, MS., Robeson County, N.C.Dec 11th '49Dear Niece,Your kind letter of the last of July came safely to hand which found me alive and in tolerable health only.My head first commence hurting me very much which was followed by a blindness and I once thought or rather was afraid I would go blind but that blindness has nearly left me on the first of Oct.A wen on my left shoulder or near the point of the shoulder blade commence risin which was lanced on the middle of Oct. and been running ever since and it pains me very much, and is yet running matter, but the wen seems to be nearly apnagil (?).Your Bo., John was to see us in June last, and I did not know him when I saw him but I was very glad to see him and will every be grateful to him for the kind respect he showed to us by coming to see us.Altho he could not stay with us long he only but remained with us about a week and when he returned home he was kind enough to write to us a letter which we rec"d on the 5th August giving us an accounting of his traavel and safe arrival home.Your letter came to hand on the 18th Aug and I asure you it was a great satisfaction to hear from you and it would have been answered sooner only for the inconvenience in getting one written.It will no doubt be a source of some satisfaction to you to hear from your kin.Your Uncle John McCormic and family are well, as usual.Your Aunt (his wife) enjoys only tolerable health.Sometimes she is quite poorly.Your Aunt Flora is well as usual and living with your cousin Barbara Taylor who together with her family is well.Your uncle Neil McCormick and family are well as usual.You Aunt (his wife) is comlaining as usual with her head and is nearly blind supposed to be from St. Anton (Andrew's) fire.Your cousins JOhn and Mary Taylor are living at their old place all alone (except the negroes) are well.You cousins (Jno McCormic's children are well, Neil lives in Anson County and is married,Allen lives in the upper part of Robeson.
55. rest of letter, is married but neither have any children.Duncan lives in Marion Dist. is married and has five children.The only grandchildren your uncle John has.Your Uncle Neil'ssons are in the west that is all the older ones,Daniel in Miss, John and JOseph in Ark.Capt. Daniel McInnis at the bridge on Pedu died very recently of dropsy.There is a very dangerous fever raging below here on Ashsoh (?) which the doctors say is harder to conquer than the cholera.There are several cases of small pox in Fayetterville but the people are trying to keep it from spreading in town and have all the patients carried to one house in the edge of town.You can write to you Aunt Caty McMillan (or McWilliam couldn't tell which) and direct to Middleton P.O. Carroll Co. so if you should wish to go to see her inquire for Middleton and she lives about 6 miles north or NC of that place.Give my compliments & love & rbest respect to A. Anderson and family and be pleased to receive the same yourself from you aunt and well wishes.Crops are pretty good in fact an average cotton and an extra ordinary corn crop in Ole Carolina this year.Be sure to answer this soon for any person who can write such letter as you can is not excusable as I am, or even the writer of this scribble no more dear niece only remain your affectionate aunt.Most respectfull, Barbara Mclain per her nephew.(Addressed on outside of the letter)Alfordsville, N.C.Dec 15Miss Barbara StewartDry Creek P. O.Covington Co.Miss.
56. occupation:farmer and school teacher.He moved from Barbour Co., AL in 1843 to Lowndes Co., MS and later to Yalobusha Co.According to letter from his family he was opinionated, educated, and a sound businessman.
57. buried Powers Cem., Coffeeville, MS.
58. Larry W. Lewis5908 Sharon Rd.Charlotte, NC 28210.
59. newspaper report he died from a fall from his gin.
60. Francis Marion Van Hoozer, He was a member of Captain Stafford's Co. and was killed at Gaine's Mill, VA during the Civil War.
61. Thaddeus Charles McCormick, Jr., Occupationfarmer.A letter dated June 29, 1868, indicates that John C. had just moved to TX.The letter by Daniel Webster McCormick dated Feb. 27, 1852 was addressed to John Caswell at Buffalo Post Office, Washita Co. Ark. A letter of Daniel Webster dated June 29, 1868 says, John Casweell went broke in Ark.John Craswell lived in Ouachita Co., Calhoun Co., and Ashley CO.Thaddeus says, " I recall my father saying that his grandfather had come to TX after the Civil War not only because of 'losing everthing' during the War years but his brother had died and left children in north TX who needed help.There was a family story about an unkle who had a saloon and billiards hall in or near Trinity Mills.I still have an ivory billiard ball that my father had as a boy reportedly coming from that great-uncle.
62. buried Cemetery Hill, Carrollton, TX.
63. Francis Marion Van Hoozer, Joseph may have been the brother of John Caswell who had the billiard hall and died leaving his children in need.
64. buried Rock Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Covington Co., MS.
65. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Antioch, Jeff Davis Co., MS.
66. buried Powers Cem., Coffeeville, MS.
67. buried Cemetery Hill, Carrollton, TX.
68. buried McCormick Cem., Rowland, NC.
69. buried Oakdale United Methodist Church Cemetery, Covington Co, MS.
70. buried in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Collins, MSShe died of a ruptured intestine.About 1849 Irvin and Sarah married in Monroe, MS.
71. buried Rock Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Covington Co., MS.
72. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Antioch, Jeff Davis Co., MS.
73. Had the measles, went back to work too soon and got pneumonia and died.
74. Originial I gave to the MS Archives in Jackson, MS, State of North Carolina Superior Court OfficeRobeson CountySeptember Term 1813Allen Stewart an alien and a native of the Kingdom of Great Britain appeared in open court and prayed to become a Naturalized Citizen of the United States of America and it having been made appear to the satisfaction of the court that the said Allen Stewart migrated to the United States previous to the fourteenth day of April 1802 and that he has resided within the same and also that he behaved himself as a man of good moral character attached to the Constitution of the United States and well desposed to the good order and prosperity of the same and the said Allen Stewart having taken the Several oaths prescribed by the Act of Congress in that fare(?) made and provided the said Allen Stewart is admitted to become a citizen of the United States according to the Provisions of the said Act of Congress.Witness James McQueen, clerk of the said Superior Court at office and the seal of the said Counrt ammended this XXXVII Year of our Independence and 28th day of September AD 1813J. McQueenCSS.
75. newspaper report he died from a fall from his gin.
76. 1850 census Covington Co., MS, Arabella J. Stewart age 15 is living with Duncan McLaurin and his family.She is not there in the 1860 census.
77. newspaper report he died from a fall from his gin.
78. They moved to TExas.
79. originally settled in Albermarie Co, VA before moving to Norfolk Co., VA, then to Nash Co., NC and later to Robeson Co, NCHe owned a ship called The Ranger, that he sailed from Bristol, England to Norfolk Co, Virgin Islands and later to Bahamas and Barbados.His ship was captured and he was killed by pirates near Barbados in 1757.He had children by an Cheraw Indian woman and in Barbados by a wife of concobine..
80. buried Mt Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Jeff. Davis Co., MS.
81. Grace Sinclairgsinc@sccoast.net, This is probably not the right marriage because susannah was born before the marriage.
82. buried Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Prestiss, MS.
83. buried Mt. Zion Baptis Church Cemetery, Simpson Co., MSdied fro pneumonia.