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51 130. SARAH ANN WHEELER (1831- )

Sarah A. Wheeler was born about 1831 in Rutherford County, Tennessee, daughter of Elisha and Susan (Blanton) Wheeler.
She married William Peak, 23 December 1847 in Rutherford County, Tennessee. He was born about 1825 in Tennessee. They had the following family:

683. Elisha Peak, b. abt 1849, Rutherford Co, TN; d. young; not married
684. Thomas Peak, b. abt 1851, of Gibson Co, TN
685. Malinda Peak, b. abt 154, of Gibson Co, TN
686. Margaret Peak, b. abt 1654, of Gibson Co, TN
687. Susan Peak, b. abt 1857, of Gibson Co, TN
688. Nancy Peak, b. abt 1857, of Gibson Co, TN
689. Sarah Peak, b. abt 1858, of Gibson Co, TN
690. John Peak, b. abt 1859, of Gibson Co, TN; md. Laura Ann McCracken
691. Jesse Peak, b. abt 1864, Gibson Co, TN
692. Samuel Peak, b. abt 1865, Gibson Co, TN
693. Josiah S. Peak, b. 5 Apr 1867, Gibson Co, TN; d. 7 May 1915, Gibson Co, TN
694. Millie Peak, b. abt 1870, Gibson Co, TN
695. Mattie Peak, b. abt 1872, Gibson Co, TN


1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, RUTHERFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William Peak W M 25 Farmer TN
Sarah " W F 19 TN
Elisha " W M 1 TN
Nancy " W F 60 $800 VA
Elizabeth " W F 20 TN
Wm Shepherd W M 35 Blacksmith VA
Wm Mitchil W M 9 TN
p. 249a; McCracken District; #4/4

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William Peak W M 35 Farmer $1940 $1020 TN
Sarah Ann " W F 29 TN
Malinda " W F 6 TN
Thomas " W M 9 TN
Margrett " W F 6 TN
Susan " W F 3 TN
Nancy " W F 3 TN
Sarah " W F 2 TN
John " W M 1 TN
p. 331a; Milan; #1920/1940

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William Peak W M 45 Farmer $3000 $400 TN
Sarah " W F 40 Keeps House TN
Thomas " W M 19 Farm Labor TN
Margrett " W F 16 At Home TN
Susan " W F 14 " TN
Nancy " W F 12 " TN
Sarah " W F 9 " TN
John " W M 7 " TN
Jesse " W M 6 " TN
Samuel " W M 5 " TN
Josiah " W M 4 " TN
Millie " W F 4/12 " TN
Ann " B F 30 Farm Labor TN
Columbus " B M 8 Farm Labor TN

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William Peak Head W M 55 Farmer TN VA VA
Sarah A. " Wife W F 51 Keep House TN TN TN
Jessie " Son W M 18 At Home TN TN TN
Samual " Son W M 16 At Home TN TN TN
Josiah " Son W M 14 At Home TN TN TN
Bessie " Dau W F 10 At Home TN TN TN
Mattie " Dau W F 8 TN TN TN
William Whitehead Othe W M 19 Farm Labor PA -- --
p. 422A; Milan 
Wheeler, Sarah Ann (I1033)
 
52 131. REGISTER OF ST. PETER?S PARISH
Jesse Son of John and Mary Chandler, born Nov? r 4, baptized Dec?r 4, 1737
Source: http://www.vagenweb.org/newkent/stpete07.html

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=andrewsmith&id=I00828 
Chandler, Jesse (I3518)
 
53 131. JESSE WHEELER (1833-1863)

Jesse Wheeler was born about 1833 in Rutherford County, Tennessee, son of Elisha and Susan (Blanton) Wheeler. He was reportedly killed in the Civil War in 1863.

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, Jesse B. (I1037)
 
54 132. SAMUEL H. WHEELER (1834-1879)

Samuel H. Wheeler was born 22 December 1834 in Rutherford County, Tennessee, son of Elijah and Susan( Blanton) Wheeler.
He married Sarah A. Taylor, 13 October 1854 in Gibson County, Tennessee.
Samuel passed away 30 October 1878 from yellow fever in Gibson County, Tennessee. He was laid to rest at Oakwood Cemetery.

696. Mathew Wesley Wheeler, b. abt 1855, Rutherford Co, TN; d. 1922; md. Mary Rebecca
Adeline Dickey (1 Aug 1859-14 Mar 1921), 24 Oct 1879, Gibson Co, TN
697. Delilah H. Wheeler, b. abt 1856, Rutherford Co, TN
698. Mary Josephine, b. abt 1858, Gibson Co, TN
699. William Wheeler, b. abt 1861, Gibson Co, TN
700. Elisha Wheeler, b. abt 1863, Gibson Co, TN
701. Sarah Wheeler, b. Sep 1879, Gibson Co, TN
702. George Wheeler, b. abt 1872, Gibson Co, TN

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
S. H. Wheeler W M 25 Farmer $1600 $400 TN
Sarah A. " W F 26 TN
Mathew W. " W M 4 TN
Idella H. " W F 2 TN
Mary J. " W F 1/12 TN
p. 333B; #1950/1973

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Samuel H. Wheeler W M 38 Retail Grocer $1520 $300 TN
Sarah " W F 38 Keeps House TN
Mathew " W M 14 At School TN
Delila " W F 13 At School TN
Josephine " W F 11 At School TN
William " W M 9 At School TN
Elisha " W M 7 At Home TN
Sarah " W F 4/12 At Home B. Sept) TN
p. 435a; Milan Post Office; District 13; #175/175

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Mat W. Wheeler Head W M 24 Grocer TN TN TN
Mollie " Wife W F 20 Keeps House TN -- --
Sallie " Sis W F 10 TN TN TN
George " Bro W M 8 TN TN TN
Elizabeth McCollum Othe B F 45 Keeps House TN -- --
p. 412A; Milan

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, Samuel H. (I1038)
 
55 133. MEREDITH A. WHEELER (1837- )

Meredith A. Wheeler was born in March 1837 in Gibson County, Tennessee, son of Elisha and Susan (Blanton) Wheeler.
He married first, Lucy J. Jones, 8 October 1857 in Gibson County, Tennessee.
He married second, Amanda Taylor. She was born about 1843 in Tennessee. She apparently passed away in the 1880s. Meredith married third, Sarah T. ________. She was born in April 1854 in Tennessee.
Meredith had the following family, but it it unclear which children belong to each wife:

703. Thomas Wheeler, b. abt 1863, TN
704. Jesse Wheeler, b. abt 1865, TN
705. Robert L. Wheeler, b. May 1868, TN
706. Susan Wheeler, b. abt 1873, Dyer Co, TN
707. John Wheeler, b. abt 1865, Dyer Co, TN
708. Margaret Wheeler, b. abt 1866, Dyer Co, TN
709. Allen Wheeler, b. Feb 1882, Dyer Co, TN
710. Alvin C. Wheeler, b. May 1886, Dyer Co, TN
711. Minnie C. Wheeler, b. Oct 1891, Dyer Co, TN
712. Lulu W. Wheeler, b. May 1894, Dyer Co, TN
713. Meredith A. Wheeler, b. Jul 1855, Dyer Co, TN

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, DYER COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Man Wheeler W M 35 Farmer $--- $200 TN
Amanda " W F 26 Keeps House TN
Hagon " W M 7 TN
Jessie " W M 5 TN
Rob't " W M 1 TN
p. 73; District 5; Dyersburg; #81/81

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, DYER COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Man Wheeler W M 27 Farmer $--- $100 TN
Mandy " W F 26 Keeps House TN
Wes " W M 7 TN
Jessie " W M 5 TN
Rob't " W M 2 TN
p. 76; District 5; Dyersburg, #114/114

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, DYER COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Mendith A. Wheeler W M 53 Farmer TN VA VA
Amanday " W F 37 Keeps House TN NC NC
Thomas " W M 15 Field Hand TN TN TN
Jesse " W M 13 Field Hand TN TN TN
Robt. " W M 11 Field Hand TN TN TN
Susan " W F 7 TN TN TN
John " W M 5 TN TN TN
Margarett " W F 4 TN TN TN
John Knight W M 23 Farm Hand KY KY KY
William S. Jones W M 25 TN TN TN
p. 146A; District 11

1900 FEDERAL CENSUS, DYER COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Merida A. Wheeler Head W M Mar 1837 63 md-35 Farmer TN NC NC
Sarah T. " Wife W F Apr 1854 46 md-35 8-6 TN SC TN
Alvin C. " Son W M May 1886 14 S Farm Labor TN TN TN
Minnie C. " Dau W F Oct 1891 8 S TN TN TN
Lulu W. " Dau W F May 1894 6 S TN TN TN
Meridun A. " Son W M Jul 1855 10/12 S TN TN TN
Robert L. " Son W M May 1868 32 Wid Farm Labor TN TN TN
Alen " Son W M Feb 1882 18 S Farm Labor TN TN TN
ED 26; Sheet 13A; Line 4; #106/108

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, Meredith (I1039)
 
56 134. MARGARET J. WHEELER (1839- )

Margaret J. Wheeler was born 21 January 1839 in Rutherford County, Tennessee, daughter of Elisha and Susan (Burton) Wheeler.
She married Jarvis Pike Taylor, 21 November 1857 in Gibson County, Tennessee. He was born about 1835 in Tennessee. They had at least the following family:

714. Nancy Elizabeth Taylor, b. abt 1858; md. Edward F. Talley, 1880
715. James Pike Taylor
716. Robert Taylor, b. abt 1864, TN
717. John M. Taylor, b. abt 1868, TN
718. George W. Taylor, b. abt 1872, TN

Barbara Jean Hathcock wrote the following about the family of Jarvis Taylor.
"NANCY A. ACUFF b. about 1805-1815 in Bedford Co., TN m. WILLIAM TAYLOR in Gibson Co., TN. WILLIAM died in Lauderdale Co., TN on February 18, 1875. NANCY married, lived, and died in Gibson Co. NANCY died February 6, 1857. They had at least three children. JARVIS PIKE TAYLOR b. 1834, JOHN M. TAYLOR d. November 30, 1864 and WILLIAM C. TAYLOR d. before 1887. JARVIS PIKE m. MARGARET J. WHEELER, dau. of ELISHA & SUSAN (BLANTON) WHEELER, on November 28, 1857. They had seven children, three died before 1887. The other four were: NANCY ELIZABETH TAYLOR (1858), JAMES PIKE TAYLOR, JOHN M. TAYLOR and GEORGE W. TAYLOR. NANCY m. EDWARD F. TALLEY (1860) in 1880 in Lauderdale Co., TN. Children of this marriage were: EUGENE B. TALLEY (1881), GEORGE T. TALLEY (1883) and EURIS A. TALLEY (1885). All born in Lauderdale Co. EUGENE B. m. JOHN ELLA AUSTIN in 1900.
"EDWARD F. TALLEY is the son of E. F. & LUCY ANN FRANCES (BIBB)TALLEY. EDWARD F. TALLEY was the fourth of five children. SARAH TALLEY was born about 1857, EDWARD F. TALLEY in 1860 and W. GEORGE TALLEY in 1862. WHO WERE THE OTHER TWO SONS? (Two more male TALLEYs were born between 1850 and 1860). This marriage had produced five children, one daughter and four sons."

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, Margaret J. (I1040)
 
57 135. JAMES M. WHEELER (1841-1887)

James M. Wheeler was born 25 December 1841 in Rutherford County, Tennessee, son of Elisha and Susan (Blanton) Wheeler.
He married Nancy A. Williams 19 October 1863 (Book A, p. 82) in Gibson County, Tennessee. She was born about 1845 in Tennessee.
Nancy passed away about 1875 in Gibson County. They had the following family:

719. Louisa Wheeler, b. 1864, Gibson Co, TN
720. Alice Wheeler, b. abt 1867, Gibson Co, TN
721. John Wheeler, b. abt 1867, Gibson Co, TN
723. Idia Wheeler, b. Feb 1870, Gibson Co, TN
724. Susie Wheeler, b. abt 1873, Gibson Co, TN
725. William Wheeler, b. abt 1875, Gibson Co, TN

James married second, Fanny Taylor, 25 May 1884 in Gibson County, Tennessee. James passed away 16 February 1887 in Gibson County, and was laid to rest at Hughes Cemetery, Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee.

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
James M. Wheeler W M 29 Farmer TN
Nancy " W F 25 Keeps House TN
Louisa " W F 5 TN
Alice " W F 4 TN
John " W M 3 TN
Idia " W F 4/12 (b. Feb) TN
p. 435B; District 13; Milan #183/183

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
James Wheeler Head W M 39 Farmer TN VA VA
Susan " Moth W F 80 Keeps House TN VA -
Lou " Dau W F 15 At Home TN TN TN
Alice " Dau W F 13 At Home TN TN TN
John " Son W M 11 At Home TN TN TN
Susie " Dau W F 7 TN TN TN
Willie " Son W M 5 TN TN TN
James Jordan Othe W M 70 Laborer IR IR IR
p. 417D; Milan

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, James M. (I1041)
 
58 136. Catherine Call, b. abt 1837, Bedford Co, TN
137. William Jabe Call, b. 21 Oct 1839, Bedford Co, TN; d. 1 Jul 1914, Obion Co, TN;
md. Mary Jane Rodgers, 13 Feb 1860, Obion Co, TN
138. Mary Ann Call, b. abt 1842, Bedford Co, TN; md. James K. Polk Huffstutter, 11 Dec
1863, Obion Co, TN
139. James A. Call, b. abt 1845, Bedford Co, TN; md. Mary Elizabeth Huffstutter, 1 Dec
1863, Obion Co, TN
140. Samuel W. Call, b. abt 1847, Bedford Co, TN;
141. L. W. Call, b. abt 1850, TN
142. S. E. Call, b. abt 1852

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Thomas Call W M 38 Farmer SC
Mary " W F 35 SC
Catherine " W F 13 TN
William J. " W M 10 TN
Mary " W F 8 TN
James A. " W M 5 TN
Samuel W. " W M 3 TN
Mary A. E. " W F 85 SC
p. 178A/B; District 11; #113/113

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, OBION COUNTY, TENNESSEE
R. W. Camel W M 21 Farmer $50 TN
M. J. " W F 19 TN
Holly Call W F 44 $500 SC
M. A. " W F 18 TN
J. A. " W M 15 Farmer TN
L. W. " W M 10 TN
S. E. " W F 8 TN
p. 54A; #809/809

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, OBION COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Olive Call W F 55 Keeps House $250 SC
Samuel W. " W M 22 Farmer TN
p. 205; P. O.: Troy; #70/70
Source: Phil Wheeler 
Farmer, Mary (I0948)
 
59 1790 Ninety-Six District, Greenville County, SC, Page 83
John Wheeler 1m 16 & over, 4m under 16, 3f all ages, 0 other whites, 0 slaves

1800 Greenville District, SC
John Whealer 40101-21201-00

1810 ? (Two John Wheelers listed in Edgefield County, SC)

1820 Spartanburg County, SC


JOHN WHEELER (c1745-c1828)

John Wheeler was perhaps born about 1745, probably in Virginia, and is the first ancestor who can be proved in a line of unbroken descent. He resided in that section of Old Ninety-Six District, which became Greenville District, South Carolina at the enumeration of the 1790 census. At the time that the 1790 census was enumerated, he apparently had eleven children, six sons, and five daughters.
His son, John, Jr. was enumerated in the 1800 census of Greenville District, but he (John, Sr.), apparently missed the 1800 census, though he was in Greenville District until at least 1803 when he-John Wheeler, Senior-sold property and was listed as a resident of Greenville District.
He lived on Rich Mountain, which is the dividing mountain between the Pacolet and Saluda Rivers and is only a few hundred yards from the branches that form the headwaters of the Middle Tyger River. He had a farm or plantation of at least 440 acres. John Wheeler received a 140 acres grant (Index III-After the Revolution) in Greenville (96) District, 2 November 1795. His earliest documented purchase was a 100 acres tract from William Taylor of the grant of George Hayes in Greenville District, 3 April 1786 (Book HHHH, P. 481). He sold 300 acres of land on Rich Mountain to Aron Templeton 23 February 1803 for $250. Of some interest is the fact that John Wheeler bought land from a William Taylor in Greenville District, South Carolina, as the will of William Taylor, Senior, written in Loudoun County, Virginia in 1782, and probated in 1790 lists as heirs "the three children of Mary Wheeler." William Taylor (Jr.) was selected as administrator of the will. This Wheeler family had also resided in Loudoun County, Virginia, as had the McMakin and Carr families into which at least two of John's children, David and Jesse married.
An Ignatius Wheeler had married the Mary Taylor above.
On 11 September 1803, John Wheeler purchased from John McDade, 156 acres of the grant of Henry Hughes (Book IIII, p. 508, Original Grant 2-5-1787) for $156.00. This new property was about ten miles south of the Rich Mountain property, in Greenville District on relatively level land. This property was several miles north of the confluence of Middle Tyger River and Beaverdam Creek, where David Wheeler later built a water-powered gristmill.
Because he was listed as John Wheeler, Senior, in his sale of land, 10 September 1803, it is a relatively safe assumption that the John Wheeler, Junior in Greenville District was his son.
John Wheeler, Sr. was possibly the John Wheeler who bought 200 acres of land in Old Ninety-six District on the Saluda River in 1786.
The children of John Wheeler have been proved somewhat circumstantially. Tradition from South Carolina states that David, Jesse and Rachel were brother and sister. Elisha Wheeler is identified as a son of John and brother of Rachel when he deeded property to them. The History of South Carolina by Moore, Volume II, states that their father came to South Carolina at about the time of the Revolutionary War. There was a William Wheeler and an Ignatius Wheeler who can be linked to this family (probably as brothers of John, Sr.) through deeds and other records. John, Junior can be added based upon deeds as stated above.
Jesse is related to Margaret Wheeler who married Nathan Farmer as proved not only by his involvement in the probate of Nathan Farmer's estate, but his statement that "he is well acquainted with the land belonging to the Estate of Nathan Farmer, late of the District aforesaid, deceased, and also with the heirs of said deceased."
It is my considered opinion that David and Jesse Wheeler stayed with Nathan and Margaret "Peggy" Farmer in Spartanburg District, South Carolina when the family moved west to Tennessee. Nathan resided close to Mary McMakin in the census, and that would account for their presence in that specific location, and their becoming acquainted with, and marrying her daughters Elizabeth and Jane respectively.
Margaret "Peggy" (Wheeler) Farmer was named in an 1854 letter from William Wheeler, a son of her brother William in Decatur, Illinois to another brother Thomas Wheeler in Bedford County, Tennessee. Also mentioned in those letters were another brother James Wheeler, and several sisters, namely Stacy wife of Elliott Rucker, and Sarah who married James Taylor. James Rucker and his wife were also mentioned, however because they resided in Dacatur, Illinois at that time the wife of James Rucker (Mary) was not mentioned by name. Nathan Wheeler and Elizabeth Wheeler are named as brother and sister in a manuscript written by Hanie Wheeler Wharton, granddaughter of Thomas Wheeler. The children of Nathan Wheeler are known to be nephews and nieces of Susannah Wheeler, which links her as well.
Some pertinent land deeds follow in total:

State of South Carolina
Greenville District
Know all men by these presents, that I John Wheeler, Sen'r, of the State and District aforesaid for and in consideration of the sum of two-hundred and fifty dollars in hand paid to him, the said John Wheeler, by Aron Templeton of Spartanburg District and the State aforesaid the receipt is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargained and sold, released and confirmed and by these presents doth bargain, sell and release to unto him, the said Aron Templeton a certain plantation or tract of land some three hundred acres be the same, more or less, situated in the District aforesaid on mountain between the head of the Saluda and Pacolet Rivers now known by the name of Rich Mountain including some small branches of each river in the District aforeasaid, bounded on all sides by vacant land having such shape, form and marks as represented by a plat thereunto annexed, together with all woods, headwaters, watercourses, profits, commodities, appurtenances and hereditaments whatsoever thereunto belonging to have and to hold the said tract of land all the above bargained premises and the said John Wheeler do by these presents warrant and forever defend all and singular the above bargained premises unto the said Aron Templeton, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns and every other person or persons laying or making any lawful writ dium or title to the above bargained premises or any part thereof, and in witness thereof the same, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty-third day of February A. D. one thousand eight hundred and three---
John Wheeler
Signed in the presence of
Dd. Culberson
Elizabeth Demsey

State of South Carolina
Greenville District
Personally came before me David Culberson one of the subscribing witnesses to the within deeds before me and made oath in due form of law and saith on said oath that he was present and saw John Wheeler sign and on his rail act and deed deliver the within deed for the use and purpose therein mentioned, and also that Elizabeth Demsy together with himself in presence of each other subscribed their names as witnesses to the due execution of the same. Subscribed to and sworn before me this 10th day of September 1803.
D. Culberson
Test. James Kilgore, J. Q.

The following deed of conveyance from Wm Taylor to John Wheeler being proven before James Kilgore, Esqr. by the oath of John Cox, Junr. was presented and recorded this 17th day of Sep 1801.
The State of South Carolina-know all men by these presents that I William Taylor of Greenville District in the State aforesaid for and in consideration of fifty pounds to me in hand paid by John Wheeler of the State and District aforesaid. I have granted, bargained, sold and released unto the said John Wheeler all that tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres be the same more or less it being a tract of 200 acres originally granted to George Hayes the third day of April 1786 and recorded in grant Book HHHH, page 481, beginning on the original line N50, W44 Chains to a post oak corner ? thence S58 W27-75 to stake corner new, thence through said tract S40 E on a new made line to a stake on the original line thence to the beginning corner which includes the full land to be conveyed be the same more or less together with all and singular the rights, members, hereditaments and appurtenances thereinto belonging or in any way incident or appertaining thereunto to have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned to the only proper use and behoof of him, the said John Wheeler, his heirs executors and admr. and assigns forever against my heirs and assigns forever and against all other persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof: witness my hand and seal this 7th day of March one thousand eight hundred and one & in the twenty fifth year of American Independence.

Jesse Morgan Wm Taylor LS
John Cox, Jr.

The State of South Carolina Know all men by these presents that I John McDade of Greenville District in the State aforesaid for and in consideration of one hundred and fifty six dollars to me in hand paid by John Wheeler of the State and District aforesaid have granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, grant sell and declare unto the said John Wheeler a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and fifty six acres it being a part of a tract of 500 acres originally granted unto Henry Hughes the fifth day of February 1787 & recorded in grant QQQQ, page 568 500 acres originally granted unto Henry Hughes the fifth day situated in the State and District aforesaid beginning at a post oak corner old made for George Hayes and runs on said Hayes line S50 E41 chains to a hickory corner then S50 W23 ck to a white oak corner, then S40 E15 to a stake corner then N84 E8.50 to a Spanish Oak corner then S19 W10 to a post oak corner then N69 1/2 W25 to a red corner then S50 W17.75 to the beginning post oak which includes the full land to be conveyed-together with all and singular the rights members hereditaments appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise incident or appertaining thereunto unto the said John Wheeler his heirs and assigns forever and the said John McDade doth hereby bind himself, his heirs and assigns forever against himself, his heirs, executors and administrators to forever warrant the above described premises unto the said John Wheeler, his heirs, assigns, executors and administrators forever against himself, his heirs and against every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim any part thereof-Witness my hand and seal this 14th day of Sept. one thousand Eight and three, And in the twenty eighth year of the Independence of America-

Josh J. Benson

His John McDade
Ignatius X Wheeler {SEAL}
Mark


South Carolina, Greenville District, personally came Joshua Benson one of the subscribing witnesses to the within deed & under oath in due form of law & saith on said oath that he saw John McDade sign and as his said act & deed deliver the within deed for the use and purposes therein mentioned, also that Ignatius Wheeler together with himself subscribed their names as witnesses to the due execution of the same-sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of Sept., 1803 Test,

Jas.Kilgore, J. Q.
Recorded this 5th Day of April 1818


John Wheeler's first known purchase of land in Rutherford County, Tennessee was on 3 October 1813 (Book K, p. 205) when he purchased a tract of land on the east side of Overalls Creek on the branch of Stones River from Nimrod Jenkins. It was bounded by property of John Lively and William Tyrel. That tract was "on the old military line" and was originally granted to Duncan Stewart. Witnesses were Nathaniel Hinnards and H. Robinson.
He sold a portion (50 acres) of that property to Elizabeth Alexander on 5 September 1818 (Book L, p. 339). On that occasion the (same) neighbors appear to be John Linelly and William Terrills. Witnesses were H. Robinson and William Elder. There is a distinct possibility that Elizabeth Alexander was related to John Wheeler in some way as the Alexander name was used repeatedly as a given or middle name among the descendants of John Wheeler. Carrying on that tradition, I named my own son David Alexander Wheeler. Several members of the family lived along Alexander Creek in Bedford County which may have been named after Ebeneezer Alexander who was granted land along the creek early. Ironically, his property later came into possession of Elliott Rucker.

This indenture made this fifth day of September in the Year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen between John Wheler of the County of Rutherford and State of Tennessee of the one part and Elizabeth Alexander of the said County and State of the other part witnesseth that the said John Wheeller for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars to him the said John Wheeller in hand paid by the said Elizabeth Alexander, the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell convey and confirm unto the said Elizabeth Alexander all that certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Rutherford and State aforesaid and on the east side of overalls creek of Stone River and bounded as follows-Beginning at a small black oak, the northeast corner of John Livell's preemption on William Terrill's south boundary line, thence south fifteen poles to a stake, then east crossing the center of the well, eighty three poles to a stake, then north thirty nine and one half poles to a stake, then east one hundred and fourteen and one half poles to a stake, then north forty seven and one half poles to a hickory, then west one hundred and thirty three poles to a stake, on the east boundary of William Tyrell's then south with Tyrell's line seventy three poles to said Tyrell's southeast corner a stake, then west with his line sixty four poles to the beginning-containing fifty five acres more or less. It being part of a tract granted to Duncan Stewart, to have and to hold the before recited tract of land and bargained premises with all and singular, the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining, to the only proper use benefit and behoof of her, the said Elizabeth Alexander, her heirs and assigns forever and to the said John Wheeller for himself his heirs executors and administrators do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said Elizabeth Alexander that they will warrant and defend the right and title of the said tract of land against all and every title or claim of all and every person or persons whatsoever, unto the said Elizabeth Alexander, her heirs and assigns forever-In witness hereunto, the said John Wheeller have set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year above written-
Signed, sealed and delivered his
In the presents of us John X Wheeler {SEAL}
H. Robinson & William Elder mark

State of Tennessee
Rutherford County Court, September Term 1818
The execution of the within deed of conveyance was duly proven in open court by the oath of Hugh Robinson and William Elder subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Registered 16th day of April 1819 Blackman, Clerk

John Wheeler sold the remainder of his Rutherford County, Tennessee property to his son Elisha and his daughter Rachel as follows (Book Q, pp 300-302):

John Wheeler, Sr.
Deed 50 acres
Elisha & Rachel Wheeler

This indenture made this eighteenth day of March in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and twenty five between John Wheeler, Senr. Of the County of Rutherford and State of Tennessee of the one part and Elisha Wheeler and Rachel Wheeler both of the same county and state of the other part witnesseth that the said John Wheeler for and in consideration of that the said Elisha and Rachel will maintain the said John Wheeler, their Father decently during his natural life and in consideration of the further sum of five dollars to him in hand paid by the said Elisha and Rachel Wheeler, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have given, granted, bargained and sold, confessed and confirmed unto Elisha and Rachel Wheeler, their heirs and assigns all that lot or parcel of land situated lying and being in the County of Rutherford and state of Tennessee, being part of a tract of land conveyed to said John Wheeler by Nimrod Jenkins on the twenty-third of October 1813, beginning at two Sasafras trees on the east boundary of John Lively and a corner of a tract of land belonging to John Henderson running thence eighty three degrees east with said John Henderson's line one hundred and ninety eight poles to two hickories & dogwood thence north forty seven and one half to a stake, thence west one hundred and fourteen and one half poles to a stake, thence west eighty seven poles crossing centre of the well to a stake, thence south to the beginning, Containing fifty acres more or less to have and to hold the before recited tract of land bargained and sold will all and singular the hereditaments & appurtenances herewith belonging or appertaining to the only and proper use of the said Elisha and Rachel Wheeler, their heirs and assignes forever and the said John Wheeler for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said Elisha and Rachel Wheeler that we will warrant and forever defend the before mentioned parcel or tract of land & bargained said premises against every right, title and claim of any person or persons to the said Elisha and Rachel Wheeler their heirs and assigns forever. In witness hereunto, the said John Wheeler have set my hand and affixed my seal the day, month and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in presents of
His
Joseph A. Farmer John X Wheeler {SEAL}
Mark

Elisha and Rachel later sold the same parcel as follows (excerpt, Book R, pp. 392-393):

11:534
Elisha Wheeler & Rachel Wheeler
Deed 50 acres
To Nimrod Jenkins

This indenture made this 20th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand and twenty-eight between Elisha Wheeler and Rachel Wheeler of the county of Rutherford and state of Tennessee of the one part and Nimrod Jenkins of the same County and State of the other part, witnesseth that the said Elisha Wheeler and Rachel Wheeler hath for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred and fifty dollars to them in hand paid by the said Nimrod Jenkins and before the deposing, sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged given, granted, bargained and sold and conveyed and by these presents do bargain and sell and convey, give and grant to the said Nimrod Jenkins, and to his assigns and heirs forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Rutherford & State of Tennessee, the same being the tract of land conveyed from John Wheeler to the said Elisha and Rachel on the 18th March 1825. Beginning at two sasafras trees on the east boundary of John Sevills, for ??? and a corner of a tract of land belonging to John Henderson, running thence eighty three degrees east with said John Henderson's line one hundred and ninety eight poles to two hickories and dogwood, thence north forty seven and one half poles to a stake, thence west one hundred and fourteen and a half poles to a stake, thence south forty seven and a half poles to a stake, thence west eighty three poles crossing the centre of the well to a stake thence south to the beginning containing fifty acres be the same more or less with all the rights, title. Property and estate and all the appurtenances and improvements thereto belonging, to have and to hold the said before described land to the only proper use of the said Nimrod Jenkins, his heirs and assigns forever, and the said Elisha Wheeler & Rachel Wheeler for themselves and their heirs and assigns doth hereby covenant to and with the said Nimrod Jenkins, his heirs and assigns the before described land against the right, the right, title, claim and demand of them the said Elisha Wheeler and Rachel Wheeler their heirs and assigns and against the right, title, claim or demand of all and every person whatsoever. In witness whereof, the said Elisha Wheeler and Rachel Wheeler hath hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us

Drury Dana Elisha Wheeler {SEAL}

Isaac H. Overall her
Rachel X Wheeler {SEAL}
mark

The sale of the land which had formerly belonged to John Wheeler in 1828 by Elisha and Rachel may approximate the death of John Wheeler.
The following manuscript ties together a number of the children of John Wheeler. It was originally written by Haney Wheeler Wharton who was born in 1847:
"The following is a record of David Jones Wheeler as written by Hanie Wheeler Wharton and copied there from the original manuscript by Charles Forrest Wharton, grandson of J. H. Wharton and Hanie Wheeler
Wharton.
"David Jones Wheeler, son of Thomas Wheeler and wife Martha Miller emigrated from North Carolina in 1800 along with some of their Beasley kin, and settled in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Nathaniel Miller was Joe Miller's grandfather. Their father was an Englishman who settled in this country (America) at the close of the Revolution. He died young leaving two children. Their mother was a Beasley and her mother was a Jones. She married again and her two children were about grown and came with their Beasley kin to Tennessee. The Beasleys are prominent in Rutherford County, and I think in Davidson County to this day.
"Thomas Wheeler had many brothers and sisters and they originally came from South Carolina. David Jones Wheeler (father of Hanie Wheeler Wharton) visited there (South Carolina) when he was about 78 years of age. I think Spartanburg, South Carolina was the name of the town where some of the Wheelers lived. They scattered widely. One sister of my (Hanie) grandfather Thomas Wheeler married a very wealthy man named Duke. He (Duke) had the misfortune to kill a man in a fuss in North Carolina and he fled to Louisiana.
"(Another) sister married a man named (There was a hole in the original paper here, and the name is missing) and settled in Bedford County, Tennessee. Two sisters married Ruckers. One, Stacy, married Elliott Rucker and settled in Bedford County, Tennessee. She (Stacy) was the great grandmother of Amanda Stewart. The other sister who married a Rucker settled in Macon County, Illinois.
"One of Thomas Wheeler's brothers settled in Alabama. Other brothers settled, one in West Tennessee and one, maybe in Mississippi. Another brother of Thomas, Nathan, settled in Bedford County, Tennessee and he became quite wealthy, as well as other brothers from the standpoint of wealth. My Grandfather (Thomas Wheeler) had one brother who settled in Illinois and whom my father (David Wheeler) visited at Decatur, Illinois in 1860. There (Decatur) was a judge Rucker, a first cousin and William Wheeler, who was the Sheriff of the County.
"Grandfather, Thomas Wheeler, had eight children. They are: William, Nathaniel, David, Jesse and John. The girls were Ann who married a Barnhill and Mary who married a Pressgrove. Elizabeth died unmarried. They and their descendants live mostly in Bedford County, Tennessee. Grandmother Wheeler died about 1851, and Grandfather married Sallie Allison, a wealthy old maid. He (grandfather) died about 1856 and he left an estate worth about five or six thousand dollars to his children. He gave all his household (another hole in the paper) Negro man to his wife and (another hole in the paper) she had also back to her. He was an (abolition)nist and never owned but one Negro and the (another hole) was the same as free. (His) last wife had several. All (another hole) grandfather was the kindest, best, gentle old man in the world. My father said he bought that Negro to free him, but he gave him to his wife. She would have freed him if the war had not, I guess.

2. Margaret Wheeler, b. abt 1765; d. 1856, Bedford Co, TN; md. Nathan Farmer
3. Elizabeth Wheeler, b. abt 1770; md. __________ Duke
4. John Wheeler, Jr., b. abt 1773
5. Mary Wheeler, b. abt 1775; md. James Rucker
6. Susannah Wheeler, b. abt 1777; d. 1842; md. John Sanders
7. Sarah Wheeler, b. 1778; d. 1837(?); md. James Taylor
8 . William Wheeler, b. abt 1781; d. 1838; md. Elizabeth Hayes
9. Nathan Wheeler, b.1783, NC; d. 12 Nov 1842; md. 1. Permelia Locke; md 2. Emily Mariah
10. Stacy Wheeler, b. 1 Nov 1783; d. 8 Dec 1866; md. Elliott Rucker
11. Rachel Wheeler, b. abt 1788; md. Harris Reeder
12. Thomas Wheeler, b. 1789; d. 1857; md. Martha Miller
13. David Wheeler, b. 1790; d. 7 Feb 1848; md. Elizabeth Coursen McMakin
14. James Wheeler, b. 17 Jan 1795; d. 15 Jan 1869; md. Margaret Mayberry
15. Jesse G. Wheeler, b. abt 1796 d. 25 Jan 1844; md. Jane McMakin
16. Elisha Wheeler, b. abt 1800; d. before 1850; md. Susan Blanton

1790 FEDERAL CENSUS, GREENVILLE DISTRICT SOUTH CAROLINA
John Wheeler
Free White Males Free White Females
Over 16 Under 16 (Total)
3 4 6

1800 FEDERAL CENSUS, GREENVILLE DISTRICT SOUTH CAROLINA
FREE WHITE MALES John Wheeler FREE WHITE FEMALES
U10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45+ U10 10-16 16-26 26-45 45+
4 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 1

Source for all above: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, John (I0845)
 
60 1790 Ninety-Six District, Spartanburg County, SC Census (Listed as Dany):
1 Free white male over 16
2 Free white females

1800 Spartanburg County, SC Census (Listed as Dempy)
[M-32, Reel 50, Pg. 171, F.G. 30010-11010-00]
H/H Dempsey BONNER, age 29 b. *1771 (45 Over) <--Note Age!
2nd Wife: Nancy (Knight) age 27 b. c1773 (26 to 45)
1 1st Dau: Winnie, age 10 b. c1790 (10 to 16)
2 1st Son: Bryant, age 08 b. c1792 (09 Under)
3 2nd Son: Linnie, age 05 b. c1795 (09 Under) (Should be Benjamin. Linnie is unknown daughter below. HB)
4 3rd Son: Dempsey Jr. age 03 b. *1797 (09 Under)
5 2nd Dau: Unknown age 01 b. c1799 (09 Under) (Should be Linnie. HB)
Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=prsjr&id=I3395

1810 Spartanburg District, SC Census
[M-252, Reel 61, Pg. ???, F.G. Need Record
H/H Dempsey BONNER, age 39 b. *1771 (26 to 45)
2nd Wife: Nancy (Knight) age 37 b. c1773 (26 to 45)
1 1st Dau: Winnie, age 20 b. c1790 (16 to 20)
2 1st Son: Bryant, age 18 b. c1792 (16 to 20)
3 2nd Son: Linnie, age 15 b. c1795 (16 to 20) (Should be Benjamin, Linnie is unknown daughter below. HB)
4 3rd Son: Dempsey Jr. age 13 b. *1797 (10 to 10)
5 2nd Dau: Unknown age 11 b. c1799 (10 to 16) (Should be Linnie. HB)
Note: Father Benjamin living on Page 202
Brother Bryant, Sr. living on Page 201
Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=prsjr&id=I3395

1820 Cannot find. Maya be in AL by now. No 1820 AL census available.

1813 Jackson County, GA
Thomas Roseborough, Lina Merriman, Deticha Merriman, and Tabitha Merriman of Warren County, TN signed a power of attorney to Demcy Bonner of Jackson County, GA, to sell 220 acres on head waters of Sarratt's Creek. Dated August 30, 1813 and recorded in Spartanburg, SC Deed Book O, page 88. (Dempsey's brother, Benjamin, married in Jackson County, GA in 1816.)

Tuscaloosa County, AL May 12, 1825
Deed Book G, pages 580-581
Received of Bryant Bonner (Son?), Administrator of Dempsey Bonner deceased, ninety five dollars and ninety four cents in full of the legacy of Dempsey Bonner, Benjamin Bonner and Warren Young, legatees or distributees of the said Dempsey Bonner deceased.
By me this date above written.

Tuscaloosa May 12, 1825
Received of Bryant Bonner, Administrator of the estate of Dempsey Bonner deceased as deposit the sum of thirty one dollars and ninety seven cents in full of the legacy of Cecileah Bonner, a minor heir of Dempsey Bonner deceased as her distributive share of said estate to be paid to the order of the Judge of the County Court. Received by me this day above written. H.T. Anthony Clk

When Dempsey died, his brother (son? HB) Bryant was named Guardian of Celia Bonner, in the courts of Tuscaloosa co., AL.
Source: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/BONNER/1997-09/0873584324 
Bonner, Dempsey Sr. (I00017)
 
61 1790 United States Federal Census
Name: Nicholas Merienan
[Nicholas Meriman]
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Montgomery, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females: 3
Number of Household Members: 4

1800 United States Federal Census
Name: Nicholas Merryman
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Montgomery, North Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 5
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 7

War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815
Soldier: James Merriman
[James Merryman]
Widow: Tabitha Merriman
Military Service Location: Tennessee
Pension Number - #1: SO 23271
Pension Number - #2: SC 14602
Pension Number - #3: WO 38603
Pension Number - #4: WC 29397
Roll number: 64
Archive Publication Number: M313

James Nicholas Merriman
Birth: 1769
North Carolina, USA
Death: 1813
Warren County
Tennessee, USA
He and Delitha Bonner were married 7-18-1789 in Granville Co., North Carolina. Three daughters: Deticha, Lina, and Tabitha Merriman. The 1790 U.S. Census lists 3 white females living in Montgomery Co., NC. The 1800 U.S. Census, Montgomery Co., NC, lists 3 white females under 10 years old, 1 white female 10 thru 15 and 1 male under 10 years, so there may have been more children born to James and Delitha.
Deed Book F, p. 278-279, 12-13-1797, James Martin, Lincoln Co., NC to Nicholas Merryman, Montgomery Co., NC for 40 pounds sterling sold 216 acres on Cherokee Creek.
SC Deed Book 0, p. 88, 8-30-1813, Thomas Roseborough, Lina Merriman, Deticha Merriman and Tabitha Merriman, Warren Co., Tennessee give power of attorney to Demcy Boner of Jackson Co., Georgia to sell 220 acres on Sarrat's Creek. Witnesses are Wm. Barnett, James Merrman, Ferraba Bonberry.
James Nicholas died abt. 1813 in Warren Co., Tennessee. Delitha then married William Edwards and travelled north to Fayette County, IL with the family of her daughter, Tabitha and James Stokes.
Family links:
Spouse:
Delitha Bonner Merriman (1770 - 1861)
Children:
Deticha Merriman
Lina Merriman
Tabitha Merriman Stokes (1795 - 1884)
Burial:
Unknown
Created by: Marilyn
Record added: Jul 12, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 132715018
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=132715018 
Merriman, James Nicholas (I00193)
 
62 1800 Spartanburg County, SC Census (Listed as Dempy)
[M-32, Reel 50, Pg. 171, F.G. 30010-11010-00]
H/H Dempsey BONNER, age 29 b. *1771 (45 Over) <--Note Age!
2nd Wife: Nancy (Knight) age 27 b. c1773 (26 to 45)
1 1st Dau: Winnie, age 10 b. c1790 (10 to 16)
2 1st Son: Bryant, age 08 b. c1792 (09 Under)
3 2nd Son: Linnie, age 05 b. c1795 (09 Under) (Should be Benjamin. Linnie is unknown daughter below. HB)
4 3rd Son: Dempsey Jr. age 03 b. *1797 (09 Under)
5 2nd Dau: Unknown age 01 b. c1799 (09 Under) (Should be Linnie. HB)
Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=prsjr&id=I3395

1810 Spartanburg District, SC Census
[M-252, Reel 61, Pg. ???, F.G. Need Record
H/H Dempsey BONNER, age 39 b. *1771 (26 to 45)
2nd Wife: Nancy (Knight) age 37 b. c1773 (26 to 45)
1 1st Dau: Winnie, age 20 b. c1790 (16 to 20)
2 1st Son: Bryant, age 18 b. c1792 (16 to 20)
3 2nd Son: Linnie, age 15 b. c1795 (16 to 20) (Should be Benjamin, Linnie is unknown daughter below. HB)
4 3rd Son: Dempsey Jr. age 13 b. *1797 (10 to 10)
5 2nd Dau: Unknown age 11 b. c1799 (10 to 16) (Should be Linnie. HB)
Note: Father Benjamin living on Page 202
Brother Bryant, Sr. living on Page 201

(NOTE: Warren Young is listed below to receive Linnie's share of her father's estate - assumed to be her husband. HB)
Tuscaloosa County, AL May 12, 1825
Deed Book G, pages 580-581
Received of Bryant Bonner (Son?), Administrator of Dempsey Bonner deceased, ninety five dollars and ninety four cents in full of the legacy of Dempsey Bonner, Benjamin Bonner and WARREN YOUNG, legatees or distributees of the said Dempsey Bonner deceased.
By me this date above written.

Tuscaloosa May 12, 1825
Received of Bryant Bonner, Administrator of the estate of Dempsey Bonner deceased as deposit the sum of thirty one dollars and ninety seven cents in full of the legacy of Cecileah Bonner, a minor heir of Dempsey Bonner deceased as her distributive share of said estate to be paid to the order of the Judge of the County Court. Received by me this day above written. H.T. Anthony Clk 
Bonner, Linnie (I00176)
 
63 1810 New Kent County, VA Census
William Chandler
1 male under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 16-26
1 male 26-45
1 female under 10
1 female 16-26
11 slaves

1820 New Kent County, VA Census
4 males under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 16-26
1 male 26-45
4 females under 10
1 female 10-16
1 female 16-26
1 female 26-45

1830 New Kent County, VA Census
Frances Chandler (Wife)
1 male 0-4
1 male 5-9
1 male 10-14
1 male 20-29
1 female 10-14
2 females 15-19
1 female 20-29
1 female 30-39
1female 40-49
4 male slaves
3 female slaves

Chandler, William 60766109
b. unknown d. 1825 Chandler Cemetery - Laure...
New Kent
New Kent County
Virginia, USA
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=2375543 
Chandler, William (I3230)
 
64 1810 New Kent County, VA, Thomas B. Chandler, H/H

1820 New Kent County, VA, Thomas B. Chandler, H/H

1830 New Kent County, VA, Tabitah Chandler, H/H

Source: Nellie Barham book 
Chandler, Thomas Bartholomew (I2948)
 
65 1813 Jackson County, GA
Thomas Roseborough, Lina Merriman, Deticha Merriman, and Tabitha Merriman of Warren County, TN signed a power of attorney to Demcy Bonner of Jackson County, GA, to sell 220 acres on head waters of Sarratt's Creek. Dated August 30, 1813 and recorded in Spartanburg, SC Deed Book O, page 88. (Dempsey's brother, Benjamin, married in Jackson County, GA in 1816.)

1850 Fayette County, IL Census
James Stokes 54
Tabitha 53
Elias B. 19
James W. 16
John C. 13
Frances B. 11
Mary M. 19
Lydia I. 14
John H. 9
Samuel Beck 29
(Tabitha's mother, Delitha Edwards, living next door.)

1860 Ramsey, Fayette County, IL Census
Jas Stokas 64
Tabitha Stokas 65
E B Stokas 28
Geo C Stokas 24
F R Stokas 21
Lidia Stokas 25
John Stokas 19
Kitty Hayn 13 (Harper?)
Eletha Edwards 91 (Tabitha's mother)

1870 Ramsey, Fayette County, IL Census
James Stokes 72 b. NC
Tabatha Stokes 72 b. NC
Frances R. Lee 31, Domestic servant

Stokes, Tabitha Merriman 132718157
b. 1795 d. Jan. 28, 1884 Ramsey Cemetery
Ramsey
Fayette County
Illinois, USA
Tabitha born abt. 1795 in North Carolina, a daughter of James Nicholas Merriman and Delitha (Bonner) Merriman, was married to James Stokes abt. 1814 in Tennessee. They were both natives of North Carolina of English ancestry and emigrated to Tennessee with their families. Soon after, they travelled north to Illinois and eventually settled in Fayette County, Ramsey Township, near Ramsey, Illinois. They were the parents of 12 children (see list on James Stokes site).
The 1860 U.S. Census lists Tabitha Stokes at age 65, (the wife of James Stokes), birthplace NC, unable to read or write, with her mother, Eletha (Delitha) Edwards at age 91 living with the family in Ramsey, Fayette Co., IL. The 1870 U.S. Census lists Tabitha living with husband, James Stokes and one daughter Frances R. (Stokes) Lee.
Family links:
Parents:
James Nicholas Merriman (1769 - 1813)
Delitha Bonner Merriman (1770 - 1861)
Spouse:
James Stokes (1796 - 1874)
Some Children:
Mary Ann Stokes Little (1815 - 1856)
William Elkin Stokes (1817 - 1875)
Elias Bonner Stokes (1831 - 1921)
James W. Stokes (1834 - ____)
George C. Stokes (1836 - 1902)
Frances R Stokes Young (1839 - 1911)
John F Stokes (1841 - 1917)
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=stokes&GSfn=tabitha&GSiman=1&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1884&GSdyrel=in&GSst=16&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=132718157&df=all& 
Merriman, Tabitha (I01920)
 
66 1813 Jackson County, GA
Thomas Roseborough, Lina Merriman, Deticha Merriman, and Tabitha Merriman of Warren County, TN signed a power of attorney to Demcy Bonner of Jackson County, GA, to sell 220 acres on head waters of Sarratt's Creek. Dated August 30, 1813 and recorded in Spartanburg, SC Deed Book O, page 88. (Dempsey's brother, Benjamin, married in Jackson County, GA in 1816.)

Lina Merriman
Birth: unknown
North Carolina, USA
Death: unknown
North Carolina, USA
Lina was a daughter of James Nicholas and Delitha (Bonner) Merriman, along with her sisters, Deticha and Tabitha.
1790 U.S. Census for James Nicholas Merriman of Montgomery Co., NC lists 3 white females.
Family links:
Parents:
James Nicholas Merriman (1769 - 1813)
Delitha Bonner Merriman (1770 - 1861)
Siblings:
Lina Merriman
Deticha Merriman
Tabitha Merriman Stokes (1795 - 1884)
Burial:
Unknown
Created by: Marilyn
Record added: Jul 15, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 132848721
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=132848721 
Merriman, Lina (I01921)
 
67 1830 Monroe County, AL

1840 Monroe County, AL
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 60 thru 69: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 2
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total Slaves: 1
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:

1850 Monroe County, AL
Parmer Forehand 70 b. SC
Synthia Forehand 60
Martha Forehand 10

Also1850 Monroe County, AL State Census

Palmer Forehand left a will in 1855 in which Nancy is listed.
Source: http://genforum.genealogy.com/forehand/messages/407.html 
Forehand, Palmer (I00014)
 
68 1830 FEDERAL CENSUS, McMINN COUNTY, TENNESSEE
FREE WHITE MALES James Grisham FREE WHITE FEMALES
U5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 U5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1840 FEDERAL CENSUS, MEIGS COUNTY, TENNESSEE
FREE WHITE MALES James Grisham FREE WHITE FEMALES
U5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 U5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-30 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80
0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BRADLEY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
James Grisom W M 43 Farmer $2500 TN
Emely " W F 40 TN
Jesse " W M 20 TN
William " W F 18 TN
Elizabeth " W F 16 TN
Matilda " W F 15 TN
Harriett " W F 11 TN
Mary " W F 13 TN
Richard " W M 9 TN
James " W M 8 TN
Joseph " W M 6 TN
Margaret " W F 4 TN
John " W M 2 TN
p. 47; 26th Sub Division

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, BRADLEY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Emelia E. Grisham W F 55 $6000 $--- TN
Richard " W M 18 TN
James Wilford " W M 16 TN
Joseph " W M 14 TN
John " W M 12 TN
Mordecia " W M 10 TN
James " W M 6 TN
Jesse " W M 26 Farmer $--- $300 TN
Jemima " W F 25 TN
James " W M 6 TN
Guard McCuan W M 24 TN
Mary " W F 22 TN
James Wilford W M 1 TN
p. 236B; 9th District; #1176/1176

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BRADLEY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Emily Grisham W F 60 Keeps House $1300 $375 TN
Benjamin M. " W M 19 Farmer TN
James W. " W M 25 Farmer TN
p. 352A; 9th Civil District; #4/4 
Gresham, James Richard (I1702)
 
69 1830 United States Federal Census
Name: Molton Killpatrick
[Melton Kttpatrick]
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Franklin, Tennessee
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 5 
Kilpatrick, Andrew Milton (I00880)
 
70 1840 Covington County, AL

1850 Coffee County, AL

1860 Monroe County, AL

1870 Monroe County, AL

1880 Monroe County, AL

1900 Monroe County, AL (with son, Robert Pinkney) 
Watts, Edward J. "Ned" (I00024)
 
71 1840 Lincoln County, TN Census. Winney may be living with son, Green Conway. Census list female age 50-59.
1840 United States Federal Census
Name: Green Conway
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Lincoln, Tennessee
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 2
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: 1 (Winney?)
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 6

1850 Franklin County, TN Census as Winney Conway, 62, TN living with son, Demsy Conway.
Demsy Conway 40 (Conaway) b. TN
Mary Conway 13
Anney Conway 11
Caroline Conway 9
H Clay Conway 7
Wm Burton Conway 5
Wenney Conway 62 (Mother) b. TN
Ebby Conway 50 b. TN

1860 Franklin County, AL Census as Wine A. Conoway, 73, SC living with daughter Lucinda, and her husband Solomon P. Simpson.
Salomon P Simpson 54
Lucinda Simpson 48
James H Simpson 5
Wine a Conoway 73 (Mother-in-law) b. SC 
Bonner, Winnifred Ann "Winney" (I00175)
 
72 1840 United States Federal Census
Name: Andrew Brown
[Andrew Bonner]
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Spartanburg, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 60 thru 69: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 6

1860 Spartanburg County, SC
Andrew Bonner 52
Louisa Bonner 48
Memory Bonner 27
Pinckney Bonner 24
Luther Bonner 21
Edward Bonner 18
Julia A Bonner 16
Bryant Bonner 14
Sallie C Bonner 12
Louisa Bonner 10
Andrew Bonner 2

Cemetery is on the property of Mr. Smith Wood, 1414 Twin Bridge Rd., North of Gaffney, SC (9-19-2000)

Bonner, Andrew 44214965
b. Oct. 18, 1808 d. Oct. 29, 1862 Old Bonner Cemetery
Cherokee County
South Carolina, USA
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=2330991 
Bonner, Robert Andrew Sr. (I00231)
 
73 1840 United States Federal Census
Name: Soloman P Simpson
[Solomon P Simpson]
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Lincoln, Tennessee
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 2
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 6

1850 Franklin County, TN Census
Solomon P. Simpson 45 b. TN
Lucinda 36 b. TN
James 18
Benjamin 16
William S. 11
Weely 8
Fanny Kilpatrick 21 (Children of Sister Nancy Conaway Kilpatrick who died in 1848)
Jane Kilpatrick 19 " "

1860 Franklin County, AL Census
Salomon P Simpson 54
Lucinda Simpson 48
James H Simpson 5 Grandson
Wine a Conoway 73 (Mother-in-law) b. SC

 
Conaway, Lucinda (I00238)
 
74 1850 Census - MS, Chickasaw County, Eastern Division, Page 304, Dwelling 84, Family 84, (13/107)
Name Age. Sex Color Occupation Real Estate Nativity Student? Illiterate?
Dempsey Bonner 53 M Farmer SC
Foster E. Bonner 25 M Farmer SC
James W. Bonner 22 M Farmer AL
Dempsey D. Bonner 18 M Farmer AL
John C. Bonner 16 M Farmer AL
[illegible] CC. Bonner 11 M AL
D. H. Bonner 20 M None AL
Nancy C. Bonner 13 F AL
Melvina Hill Bonner 3 F MS
H. M. Leovell 5 F MS twins Grandchild
M. A. Leovell 5 F MS Grandchild
N. H. Leovell 10 M MS Grandchild
Dempsey W. Leovell 7 M Grandchld
Source: http://www.terrystexasrangers.org/biographical_notes/l/lovell_nh.htm 
Bonner, James Washington (I00224)
 
75 1850 Census showsSarah and three children living with Charles Dannelly (probably brother) in Harrison County, MS Dannelly, Sarah (I02134)
 
76 1850 Fayette County, IL Census
James Stokes 54
Tabitha 53
Elias B. 19
James W. 16
John C. 13
Frances B. 11
Mary M. 19
Lydia I. 14
John H. 9
Samuel Beck 29
(Tabitha's mother, Delitha Edwards, living next door.) 
Stokes, John Cecil (I03207)
 
77 1850 Fayette County, IL Census
James Stokes 54
Tabitha 53
Elias B. 19
James W. 16
John C. 13
Frances B. 11
Mary M. 19
Lydia I. 14
John H. 9
Samuel Beck 29
(Tabitha's mother, Delitha Edwards, living next door.) 
Stokes, May\Mary Melissa (I11806)
 
78 1850 Fayette County, TX Census
G. B. Conway 34 b. GA (Green B. Conaway)
Rosanna 33
Winney 13
Elizabeth 11
Matilda 9
Wiley 6
Sarah 5
Mary 3
James 1

1860 Lavaca, Lavaca County, TX
E S Close 27
Sarah Close 15
John Shefield 27

1870 Lavaca County, TX
Smith Close 37 Farmer
Sarah J Close 24
John ? 10
William S. 8
James H. 5
Joseph C. 1

1880 Lavaca County, TX
E. S. Close 50 Widow
J. T. Close 19
W. S. Close 17
J. H. Close 15
M. E. Close 7
J. C. Close 11
E. P. Close 3

Close, Sarah J. 113314751
b. Sep. 9, 1844 d. Feb. 13, 1880 Moravia Cemetery (Cumberl...
Lavaca County
Texas, USA
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=close&GSfn=sarah&GSiman=1&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=46&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=101082766&df=all& 
Conaway, Sarah Jane (I01400)
 
79 1850 Fayette County, TX Census
G. B. Conway 34 b. GA (Green B. Conaway)
Rosanna 33
Winney 13
Elizabeth 11
Matilda 9
Wiley 6
Sarah 5
Mary 3
James 1

Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002
Name: John S. Newman
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 15 May 1865
Spouse: Mary Conneway
Marriage City: Lavaca
Marriage State: Texas
Source: Texas Marriages, 1851-1900

1870 Bell County, TX
J S Newman 33
Mary Newman 22
Thomas Newman 4
Josephine Newman 2
William Newman 7/12

1880 Hamilton County, TX
John S. Newman 43 b. TN
Mary L. Newman 33 b. TN
Thomas J. Newman 13 All children b. in TX
Josephine Newman 12
William H. Newman 10
Alice Newman 8
James F. Newman 6
Rosa L. Newman 4
Wiley A. Newman 2
Lee Newman 5m

1900 Stonewall, TX
John S Newman 63
Mary L Newman 55
W Harvey Newman 30
R Pearl Newman 14
Roxie G Mankins 8 Granddaughter

Newman, Mary L. 30438676
b. Mar. 9, 1847 d. Jan. 20, 1906 Illinois Bend Cemetery
Illinois Bend
Montague County
Texas, USA
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSiman=1&GScid=1962378&GSfn=&GSln=newman 
Conaway, Mary Loving (I01401)
 
80 1850 Fayette County, TX Census
G. B. Conway 34 b. GA (Green B. Conaway)
Rosanna 33
Winney 13
Elizabeth 11
Matilda 9
Wiley 6
Sarah 5
Mary 3
James 1

Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002
Name: W. L. Close
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 29 May 1860
Spouse: Matilda H. Connaway
Marriage City: Lavaca
Marriage State: Texas
Source: Texas Marriages, 1851-1900

1860 Lavaca, Lavaca County, TX
James White 25
Lee White 19
Helen White 5
Eliza White 2
William Clore 21 (Close)
Matilda Clore 18 (Close) 
Conaway, Matilda H. (I01398)
 
81 1850 Fayette County, TX Census
G. B. Conway 34 b. GA (Green B. Conaway)
Rosanna 33
Winney 13
Elizabeth 11
Matilda 9
Wiley 6
Sarah 5
Mary 3
James 1 
Conaway, Elizabeth (I01397)
 
82 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
John Presgrove W M 34 Farmer $860 TN
Mary B. " W F 32 TN
Isabella " W F 13 TN
Thomas " W M 11 TN
Harris W. " W M 8 TN
James M. " W M 5 TN
Nathaniel " W M 2 TN
Minos " W M 6/12 TN
Anna " W F TN
p. 158B; 8th Civil District; #86/86

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
John Presgrove W M 40 Farmer $5000 $1265 TN
Harriet " W F 39 TN
Thos " W M 20 Laborer TN
Harris " W M 18 TN
J. M. " W M 15 TN
N. " W M 12 TN
Minos " W M 9 TN
Mary " W F 8 TN
Viana " W F 5 TN
R. J. " W F 3 TN
Johnson " W M 10/12 TN
p. 213A; Western Division; 8th District; #408/378

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
John Pressgrove W M 52 Farmer TN
Harriett " W F 47 Keeps House TN
J. M. " W M 24 Works on Farm TN
Nathaniel " W M 22 Works on Farm TN
Minos " W M 19 Works on Farm TN
Mary B. " W F 18 At Home TN
Viana " W F 15 At Home TN
R. J. " W F 13 At Home TN
John " W M 11 Works on Farm TN
Lincoln " W M 6 At Home TN
Jon " W M 3 At Home TN
Ann " W F 95 None TN
p. 297; Post Office: Shelbyville; #8/10; 11th District

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
John Presgrove Head W M 60 Farmer TN NC TN
Harriett " Wife W F 56 Keeps House TN TN TN
Rebea J. " Dau W F 23 TN TN TN
Lincoln " Son W M 16 Works on Farm TN TN TN
Joseph " Son W M 13 Works on Farm TN SC NC
Mary B. Johnson Dau W F 27 TN TN TN
Thos. " Gson W M 8 TN TN TN
Hary Thompson Othe B M 28 Servant TN TN TN
Johnson A. Presgrove Son W M 20 Works on Farm TN TN TN
S. Ella " DIL W F 31 TN VA TN
p. 257C; District 8

Burial: Pressgrove Cemetery, Bedford County, TN 
Pressgrove, John (I1011)
 
83 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
J. M. Wheeler W M 26 Merchant $80 TN
Paulina T. " W F 19 TN
Frances A. " W F 1 TN
p. 231; Western Division, 11th District: #132/132

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Jesse Wheeler W M 38 Farmer $2800 $320 TN
M. P. " W F 22 TN
Francis " W F 10 TN
S. P. " W F 6 TN
T. Yancy " W F 3 TN
L. J. " W F 1 TN
p. 231A; Western Division; 11th District; #997/950

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Jessie M. Wheeler W M 48 Farmer $2000 $4000 TN
Mary " W F 32 Keeps House TN
Francis " W F 20 TN
Tolith " W F 13 TN
Josephine " W F 11 TN
Acey T. " W M 9 TN
William " W M 5 TN
p. 298; District 11; #20/23

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Mary Wheeler Head W F 42 Keeping House TN TN TN
Josie " Dau W F 21 At Home TN TN TN
Asa T. " Son W M 19 Laborer TN TN TN
William " Son W M 15 Laborer TN TN TN
Jessie L. " Son W M 8 TN TN TN
p. 288A; District 11

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, Jesse M. (I1007)
 
84 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Nathaniel M. Wheeler W M 36 Miller $1000 TN
Mary " W F 35 TN
Zilpha W. " W F 12 TN
Michael " W M 6 TN
Elizabeth F. " W F 2 TN
John R. " W M 1 TN
p. 177B; 11th Civil District; #103/103

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
N. M. Wheeler W M 44 Farmer $4040 $940 TN
Mary " W F 45 TN
Mike " W M 16 TN
E. F. " W F 13 TN
Temperance " W F 10 TN
Darling " W M 9 TN
Pinkney " W M 7 TN
Letitia " W F 5 TN
Cansas " W F 3 TN
Caldonia " W F 1 TN
p. 232B; Western Division; 10th District; #1016/969

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Nathaniel Wheeler W M 54 Farmer $4600 $2200 TN
Mary " W F 55 Keeps House TN
Zilpha " W F 32 TN
Duren " W M 18 TN
Pinkney " W M 16 TN
Selitia " W F 14 TN
Cansus " W F 13 TN
Caldobia " W F 11 TN
p. 297; Post Office: Shelbyville; #8/10; 11th District

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Nathaniel Wheeler Head W M 63 Farmer TN SC NC
Maggie " Wife W F 39 Keeps House TN GA GA
Zilphie " Dau W F 42 At Home TN TN TN
David " Neph W M 13 TN TN TN
p. 289C; District 11

Burial: Pressgrove Cemetery, Bedford County, TN 
Wheeler, Nathaniel Miller (I1003)
 
85 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William B. Wheeler W M 38 Farmer $500 TN
Rebecca " W F 48 SC
Thomas D. " W M 18 Laborer TN
Nathan P. " W M 16 TN
John A. " W M 14 TN
Mary Ann " W F 13 TN
Elisha J. " W M 12 TN
Martha Ann " W F 10 TN
Jesse C. " W M 9 TN
Stancy M. " W F 6 TN
Margaret " W F 8 TN
Nathaniel M. " W M 3 TN
p. 156B; 8th Civil District; #56/56

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Wm Wheeler W M 48 Farmer $5120 $1995 TN
Rebecca " W F 58 TN
John A. " W M 25 Laborer TN
Mary A. " W F 23 TN
E. J. . " W M 22 Laborer TN
M. M. " W F 21 TN
Jesse C. " W M 19 Laborer TN
Margaret M. " W F 18 TN
S. M. " W F 16 TN
N. M. . " W M 13 TN
S. J. Farmer W F 10 TN
p. 212B; Western Division; 8th District; #406/376


1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
W. B. Wheeler W M 58 Farmer $4000 $1000 TN
Mary A. " W F 32 Keeps House TN
Martha " W F 31 Keeps House TN
Margaret " W F 28 Keeps House TN
Sarah Farmer W F 20 At Home TN
W. T. Barns W M 11 Works on farm TN
p. 261B; Post Office: Shelbyville; #52/52

1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William B. Wheeler Head W M 68 Farmer TN SC NC
Mary A. " Dau W F 42 Keeps House TN TN SC
Martha M. " Dau W F 37 TN TN SC
Margaret M. " Dau W F 36 TN TN SC
William T. Burniss Cous W M 19 TN TN TN
p. 257C; District 8

William passed away 6 October 1888 in Bedford County, Tennessee. The following appeared in the Shelbyville Gazette (18 Oct 1888): Mr. Will Wheeler died week before last on Saturday. He left a son J. C. Wheeler.

Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, William Beesley (I1002)
 
86 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
John W. Wheeler W M 41 Laborer TN
Edaline G. " W F 37 SC
William D. " W M 15 TN
Mary M. " W F 12 TN
James B. " W M 4 TN
Rufus T. " W M 2/12 TN
p. 157A; 8th Civil District; #59/59

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
William D. Wheeler W M 34 Farmer $2000 $900 TN
Martha L. " W F 29 Keeps House AL
Mary A. " W F 7 TN
Ette D. " W F 6 TN
Malisa " W F 5 TN
John W. " W M 2 TN
Rufus " W M 20 TN
p. 306; Post Office: Shelbyville; 11th Civil District

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
John M. Neely W M 32 Farmer TN
Mary E. " W F 31 Keeps House TN
Martha J. Ward W F 31 TN
Elijah G. Neely W M 4 TN
Norah H. " W F 2 TN
John E. " W M 5/12 TN
James B. Wheeler W M 24 TN
p. 299; Post Office: Shelbyville; 11th Civil District 
Wheeler, John William (I1001)
 
87 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Thomas Barnhill W M 35 Laborer TN
Anna " W F 36 TN
James H. " W M 9 TN
Nathan W. " W M 8 TN
Nancy M. " W F 3/12 TN
p. 181A; 11th Civil District; #154/154 
Wheeler, Anna Miller (I1005)
 
88 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS, MONROE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
Martin Wheeler W M 46 Farmer $400 SC
Nancy " W F 40 TN
Hiram H. " W M 20 TN
Martha E. " W F 18 TN
Emily " W F 16 TN
Nathan " W M 14 TN
David " W M 12 TN
Jackson V. " W M 9 TN
James H. " W M 7 TN
Reuben " W M 5 TN
McDonald " W M 2 MS
p. 35; Eastern Division; #474/494

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, ITAWAMBA COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
Martin Wheeler W M 56 Farmer $600 $470 SC
Nancy A. " W F 50 TN
Emily " W F 24 TN
David " W M 21 TN
Jackson V. " W M 19 TN
Ja H. " W M 17 TN
Reuben F. " W M 15 TN
Wm Mc " W M 12 MS
John W. " W M 9 MS
p. 317; Bexar; #2135/2135

1870 FEDERAL CENSUS, ITAWAMBA COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
Martin Wheeler W M 65 Farmer $--- $300 SC
Nancy " W F 60 Keeps House TN
Emily " W F 26 At Home TN
Franklin " W M 22 Farm Laborer TN
John " W M 19 Farm Laborer TN
p. 420; Township 10; Fulton; #124/124
Source: Phil Wheeler 
Wheeler, Martin John (I1917)
 
89 1850 Franklin County, TN
Demsy Conway 40 (Conaway) b. TN
Mary Conway 13
Anney Conway 11 (Winney)
Caroline Conway 9
H Clay Conway 7
Wm Burton Conway 5
Wenney Conway 62 (Mother)
Ebby Conway 50

1860 Lauderdale County, AL
Dempsey Conway 50
Emily L Conway 30
Caroline Conway 19
Henry C Conway 16
William Conway 15
Frederic Conway 12
Dempsey Conway 8
John Conway 5
Peter Conway 1  
Conaway, Caroline (I01383)
 
90 1850 Franklin County, TN
Demsy Conway 40 (Conaway) b. TN
Mary Conway 13
Anney Conway 11 (Winney)
Caroline Conway 9
H Clay Conway 7
Wm Burton Conway 5
Wenney Conway 62 (Mother)
Ebby Conway 50

1860 Lauderdale County, AL
Dempsey Conway 50
Emily L Conway 30
Caroline Conway 19
Henry C Conway 16
William Conway 15
Frederic Conway 12
Dempsey Conway 8
John Conway 5
Peter Conway 1

H. C. (Henry Clay) served in Co. C, 23rd Alabama Infantry, 1861-63. He enlisted in Montgomery, AL on October 1, 1861.
Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2325030&id=I43 
Conaway, Henry Clay (I01384)
 
91 1850 Franklin County, TN
Demsy Conway 40 (Conaway) b. TN
Mary Conway 13
Anney Conway 11 (Winney)
Caroline Conway 9
H Clay Conway 7
Wm Burton Conway 5
Wenney Conway 62 (Mother)
Ebby Conway 50

1860 Lauderdale County, AL
Dempsey Conway 50
Emily L Conway 30
Caroline Conway 19
Henry C Conway 16
William Conway 15
Frederic Conway 12
Dempsey Conway 8
John Conway 5
Peter Conway 1  
Conaway, William Burton (I01385)
 
92 1850 Franklin County, TN
Demsy Conway 40 (Conaway) b. TN
Mary Conway 13
Anney Conway 11 (Winney) b. TN
Caroline Conway 9
H Clay Conway 7
Wm Burton Conway 5
Wenney Conway 62 (Mother)
Ebby Conway 50  
Conaway, Winney Ann "Annie" (I01382)
 
93 1850 Franklin County, TN
Demsy Conway 40 (Conaway) b. TN
Mary Conway 13 b. TN
Anney Conway 11 (Winney)
Caroline Conway 9
H Clay Conway 7
Wm Burton Conway 5
Wenney Conway 62 (Mother)
Ebby Conway 50  
Conaway, Mary (I01381)
 
94 1850 Franklin County, TN
John Kilpatrick 25
Emely Kilpatrick 25
Elizabeth Kilpatrick 8
William Kilpatrick 6
John Kilpatrick 2

1870 Claiborne Parish, LA
Killpatrick, ? 25, b. TN
Mary Killpatrick 24 b. LA
Ellen 3
Sarah 6/12

1880 Claiborne Parish, LA
Wm Kilpatrick 33
Mary Ann Kilpatrick 33
Ellen Kilpatrick 12
Sally Kilpatrick 10
Josephine Kilpatrick 8
Nelly Kilpatrick 6
Alice Kilpatrick 3
Franklin Kilpatrick 4
Lewis Kilpatrick 5m

Kilpatrick, William Thomas 15474193
b. Jul. 6, 1846 d. Jun. 15, 1886 Hurricane Cemetery
Hurricane
Claiborne Parish
Louisiana, USA
Born in Franklin Co., TN; William Thomas joined the CSA at age of 18, serving in the 12th LA Inf., Co. B, from Bienville Parish along with his future bros-in-law, Marcus DeLafayette, George Marion and William Green Spurlock; cited as being the first person buried in Hurricane Cemetery; shares a gravestone with wife, Mary Ann Spurlock Kilpatrick. Refer to bio of wife for more info
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=kilpatrick&GSfn=william&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1886&GSdyrel=in&GSst=20&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=15474193&df=all& 
Kilpatrick, William Thomas (I03545)
 
95 1850 Franklin County, TN
John Kilpatrick 25
Emely Kilpatrick 25
Elizabeth Kilpatrick 8
William Kilpatrick 6
John Kilpatrick 2

1870 Claiborne, LA
R. J. Taylor 30
Martha E Taylor 26
John T. 1

1880 Claiborne, LA
Robt Taylor 40
Martha E Taylor 35
John S Taylor 11
George M Taylor 5
Willy J Taylor 3

1900 Claiborne, LA
John U Gringsten 49
Margret A Gringsten 70
Elizabeth Taylor 52 Widowed, Lodger
Morgan Taylor 13 (Son) 
Kilpatrick, Martha Elizabeth (I03544)
 
96 1850 Franklin County, TN
Solomon P Simpson 45
Lucinda Simpson 36
James Simpson 18
Benjamin Simpson 16
William S Simpson 11
Weely Simpson 8
Fanny Kilpatrick 21
Jane Kilpatrick 19

1860 Lincoln County, TN
Stephen Pittock 30
Euphemia Pittock 31

1880 Lincoln County, TN
Stephen Pitcock 50
Euphamia Pitcock 50
Stephen Pitcock 10

1900 Lincoln County, TN
Stephen W Pitcock 70
Fannie Pitcock 70
Benton Pitcock 30
Ella C Mullens 28 Servant

Pitcock, Euphamy Kilpatrick 94772008
b. Jul. 30, 1830 d. Aug. 10, 1904 Sandlin Cemetery
Camargo
Lincoln County
Tennessee, USA
Spouse:
Stephen Morgan Pitcock (1830 - 1906)
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=kilpatrick&GSiman=1&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=45&GScnty=2476&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=94772008&df=all& 
Kilpatrick, Euphamy "Fanny" (I01352)
 
97 1850 Franklin County, TN
Solomon P Simpson 45
Lucinda Simpson 36
James Simpson 18
Benjamin Simpson 16
William S Simpson 11
Weely Simpson 8
Fanny Kilpatrick 21
Jane Kilpatrick 19
 
Kilpatrick, Jane (I01353)
 
98 1850 Franklin County, TN Census
Solomon P. Simpson 45 b. TN
Lucinda 36 b. TN
James 18
Benjamin 16
William S. 11
Weely 8
Fanny Kilpatrick 21 (Children of Sister Nancy Conaway Kilpatrick who died in 1848)
Jane Kilpatrick 19 " "

1860 Madison County, AL
Benj M Simpson 26
Orlena Simpson 23
Robert M Simpson 5
Mary F Simpson 3

1870 Hillsboro, Lawrence County, AL
Benj Simpson 36
Orlena A Simpson 34
Robt M Simpson 15
Mary F Simpson 13

1880 Hillsboro, Lawrence County, AL
B. M. Simpson 46
O. A. Simpson 44
R. S. Bentley 67 Father-in-law

Simpson, B M 39385330
b. Jan. 10, 1834 d. Apr. 11, 1894 Cottingham Cemetery
Hillsboro (Lawrence County)
Lawrence County
Alabama, USA
Spouses:
Orlena Ann Bentley Simpson (1836 - 1880)
H V Simpson (1859 - 1911)
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=simpson&GSiman=1&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1894&GSdyrel=in&GSst=3&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=39385330&df=all& 
Simpson, Benjamin Murphy (I01393)
 
99 1850 Franklin County, TN Census
Solomon P. Simpson 45 b. TN
Lucinda 36 b. TN
James 18
Benjamin 16
William S. 11
Weely 8
Fanny Kilpatrick 21 (Children of Sister Nancy Conaway Kilpatrick who died in 1848)
Jane Kilpatrick 19 " " 
Simpson, William S. (I01394)
 
100 1850 Franklin County, TN Census
Solomon P. Simpson 45 b. TN
Lucinda 36 b. TN
James 18
Benjamin 16
William S. 11
Weely 8 (Wiley)
Fanny Kilpatrick 21 (Children of Sister Nancy Conaway Kilpatrick who died in 1848)
Jane Kilpatrick 19 " "

Alabama, Select Marriages, 1816-1957
Name: Pauline J. Dunnavant
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1868
Marriage Place: , Lawrence, Alabama
Spouse: Wiley M. Simpson
FHL Film Number: 1031091

1870 Lawrence County, AL
Wiley Simpson 29
Pauline J Simpson 22
Lucy Simpson 5/12
Wm A Simpson 13 
Simpson, Wiley W. (I01395)
 

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