Thomas Hendley1

Male, #45181, (say 1440 - 1495)
Birth*say 1440 Thomas was born at Cranbrook, co. Kent, England, say 1440. 
Marriage*say 1465 He married Joan (?) at Cranbrook, co. Kent, England, say 1465. 
Birth of Sonsay 1488 His son Gervase Hendley was born say 1488 at Glassenbury, co. Kent, England
Death*1495 He died at co. Kent, England, in 1495. 

Family

Joan (?) (say 1440 - say 1504)
Child
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 - 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Judy Brodie, Australia, e-mail address (Aug 2008).

Joan (?)1

Female, #45182, (say 1440 - say 1504)
Birth*say 1440 Joan was born at Cranbrook, co. Kent, England, say 1440. 
Marriage*say 1465 She married Thomas Hendley at Cranbrook, co. Kent, England, say 1465. 
Married Namesay 1465  As of say 1465, her married name was Hendley. 
Birth of Sonsay 1488 Her son Gervase Hendley was born say 1488 at Glassenbury, co. Kent, England
Death*say 1504 She died at Cranbrook, co. Kent, England, say 1504. 

Family

Thomas Hendley (say 1440 - 1495)
Child
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 - 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Judy Brodie, Australia, e-mail address (Aug 2008).

Eliza Brantley

Female, #45183, (1837 - circa 1864)
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*1837 Eliza was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, in 1837.1 
1840 Census1 Jun 1840 Eliza and Jemima was probably a free white female, under five years old, in Joseph Van Buren Brantley's household, on the 1840 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.2 
1850 Census1 Jun 1850 Emily, Elizabeth, Eliza, William, Susan, Joseph, Edwin and John was listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1850 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Married NameJan 1860  As of Jan 1860, her married name was Webb.3 
Marriage*Jan 1860 She married Joseph Franklin Webb at Alabama in Jan 1860.3 
Death*circa 1864 She died at Putnam Co., Florida, circa 1864.3 

Family

Joseph Franklin Webb (5 Mar 1829 - after 1900)
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 335B, Family 48, Ancestry.com image 10, Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL
    Joseph V. Brantley, 37, M, SC, Farmer, $600
    Emily Brantley, 36, F, SC
    Elizabeth Brantley, 16, F, AL
    Eliza Brantley, 13, F, AL
    William Brantley, 13, M, AL
    Jemima Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Susan Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Joseph Brantley, 6, M, AL
    Edwin Brantley, 3, M, AL
    John Brantley, 1, M, AL
    John McBride, 15, M, SC, Farmer.
  2. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 260, Ancestry.com image 4 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    Joseph V. Brantley, 1M0-4, 1M20-29, 2F0-4, 1F5-9, 1F20-29.
  3. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20

William Brantley

Male, #45184, (1837 - circa 1863)
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*1837 William was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, in 1837.1 
1840 Census1 Jun 1840 William was probably a free white male, under 5 years old, in Joseph Van Buren Brantley's household, on the 1840 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.2 
1850 Census1 Jun 1850 Emily, Elizabeth, Eliza, William, Susan, Joseph, Edwin and John was listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1850 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Relocationcirca 1859 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..3 
Death*circa 1863 He died circa 1863
He is believed to have died in the Civil War.4 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 335B, Family 48, Ancestry.com image 10, Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL
    Joseph V. Brantley, 37, M, SC, Farmer, $600
    Emily Brantley, 36, F, SC
    Elizabeth Brantley, 16, F, AL
    Eliza Brantley, 13, F, AL
    William Brantley, 13, M, AL
    Jemima Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Susan Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Joseph Brantley, 6, M, AL
    Edwin Brantley, 3, M, AL
    John Brantley, 1, M, AL
    John McBride, 15, M, SC, Farmer.
  2. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 260, Ancestry.com image 4 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    Joseph V. Brantley, 1M0-4, 1M20-29, 2F0-4, 1F5-9, 1F20-29.
  3. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  4. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20

Jemima Adeline Brantley

Female, #45185, (22 Apr 1840 - 16 Mar 1925)
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*22 Apr 1840 Jemima was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 22 Apr 1840.1,2 
1840 Census1 Jun 1840 Eliza and Jemima was probably a free white female, under five years old, in Joseph Van Buren Brantley's household, on the 1840 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.3 
Church20 Jun 1857 Joseph, Emily, Jemima and Susan joined at Beulah Baptist Church, Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 20 Jun 1857 (Joseph V., Emily K., Susan, and Jemina Brantly were accepted by letter from Pleasant Grove Church. On 14 Aug 1857, he was chosen as Deacon. On 16 Oct 1859, he was excommunicated. On the 3rd Saturday of Feb 1860, he was called back to the church on charges (wife, Emily Brantley). [Source: Padgett & Callicott, "Beulah Baptist Church Membership Rolls...", 2000].) 
Relocationcirca 1859 She, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..4 
Married Namecirca 1865  As of circa 1865, her married name was Webb.5 
Marriage*circa 1865 She married Joseph Franklin Webb circa 1865.5 
Death of Mother23 Dec 1870 Her mother Emily Katherine Travis died on 23 Dec 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida.6 
Death of Father18 Feb 1893 Her father Joseph Van Buren Brantley died on 18 Feb 1893 at Loango, Covington Co., Alabama
Death*16 Mar 1925 She died at Covington Co., Alabama, on 16 Mar 1925 at age 84.5 
Burial*circa 17 Mar 1925 Her body was interred circa 17 Mar 1925 at Brooklyn Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Conecuh Co., Alabama

Family

Joseph Franklin Webb (5 Mar 1829 - after 1900)
Marriage*circa 1865 She married Joseph Franklin Webb circa 1865.5 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
  2. Ken Brantley, Brantley Association research, including John/Jack Brantley Study and family group sheets, For more info on the Brantley family, contact author at e-mail address, 4750 Oakleigh Manor Dr., Powder Springs, GA 30127: Brantley Association, Oct 2003.
  3. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 260, Ancestry.com image 4 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    Joseph V. Brantley, 1M0-4, 1M20-29, 2F0-4, 1F5-9, 1F20-29.
  4. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  5. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  6. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    F-131, Brantley, Charles A., Sep 12 1955 - Sep 4 1972
    P-90, Brantley, D. E. Goodson, Aug 19 1850 - Jan 26 1914
    O-90, Brantley, Delila, May 1 1818 - Jul 25 1909
    J-87, Brantley, Emily K., Mar 26 1814 - Dec 23 1870
    I-87, Brantley, Infant Levi, No Dates
    D-131, Brantley, Lillie, Feb 22 1886 - Jul 15 1977
    R-90, Brantley, Robert T., Jan 25 1854 - Feb 15 1919
    N-91, Brantley, Sarah G., Sep 9 1843 - Sep 9 1928
    E-131, Brantley, Weldon, May 26 1880 - Oct 7 1969.

Susan Brantley

Female, #45186, (1840 - )
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*1840 Susan was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, in 1840.1 
1850 Census1 Jun 1850 Emily, Elizabeth, Eliza, William, Susan, Joseph, Edwin and John was listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1850 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Church20 Jun 1857 Joseph, Emily, Jemima and Susan joined at Beulah Baptist Church, Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 20 Jun 1857 (Joseph V., Emily K., Susan, and Jemina Brantly were accepted by letter from Pleasant Grove Church. On 14 Aug 1857, he was chosen as Deacon. On 16 Oct 1859, he was excommunicated. On the 3rd Saturday of Feb 1860, he was called back to the church on charges (wife, Emily Brantley). [Source: Padgett & Callicott, "Beulah Baptist Church Membership Rolls...", 2000].) 
Relocationcirca 1859 She, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..2 
Relocationbetween 1860 and 1870 She, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating between 1860 and 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida; By 1870, the family had moved from Clay Co., FL to the adjacent county of Putnam. 
Married Name4 Nov 1869  As of 4 Nov 1869, her married name was Jones.3 
Marriage*4 Nov 1869 She married E. J. Jones at Putnam Co., Florida, on 4 Nov 1869.3 

Family

E. J. Jones (say 1837 - )
Marriage*4 Nov 1869 She married E. J. Jones at Putnam Co., Florida, on 4 Nov 1869.3 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 335B, Family 48, Ancestry.com image 10, Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL
    Joseph V. Brantley, 37, M, SC, Farmer, $600
    Emily Brantley, 36, F, SC
    Elizabeth Brantley, 16, F, AL
    Eliza Brantley, 13, F, AL
    William Brantley, 13, M, AL
    Jemima Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Susan Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Joseph Brantley, 6, M, AL
    Edwin Brantley, 3, M, AL
    John Brantley, 1, M, AL
    John McBride, 15, M, SC, Farmer.
  2. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  3. Ken Brantley, Brantley Association research, including John/Jack Brantley Study and family group sheets, For more info on the Brantley family, contact author at e-mail address, 4750 Oakleigh Manor Dr., Powder Springs, GA 30127: Brantley Association, Oct 2003.

Joseph Van Buren Brantley Jr.

Male, #45187, (1844 - )
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*1844 Joseph was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, in 1844.1 
1850 Census1 Jun 1850 Emily, Elizabeth, Eliza, William, Susan, Joseph, Edwin and John was listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1850 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Relocationcirca 1859 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..2 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 335B, Family 48, Ancestry.com image 10, Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL
    Joseph V. Brantley, 37, M, SC, Farmer, $600
    Emily Brantley, 36, F, SC
    Elizabeth Brantley, 16, F, AL
    Eliza Brantley, 13, F, AL
    William Brantley, 13, M, AL
    Jemima Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Susan Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Joseph Brantley, 6, M, AL
    Edwin Brantley, 3, M, AL
    John Brantley, 1, M, AL
    John McBride, 15, M, SC, Farmer.
  2. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.

Edwin A. Brantley1

Male, #45188, (11 Jun 1847 - 18 Jul 1915)
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*11 Jun 1847 Edwin was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 11 Jun 1847.2 
1850 Census1 Jun 1850 Emily, Elizabeth, Eliza, William, Susan, Joseph, Edwin and John was listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1850 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.3 
Relocationcirca 1859 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..4 
Marriage*19 Jan 1870 He married Mary Jane Thomas at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 19 Jan 1870 at age 22. Rev. Jesse T. Thames, as minister, performed the marriage.5 
Death of Mother23 Dec 1870 His mother Emily Katherine Travis died on 23 Dec 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida.6 
Marriage*after 1875 He married Narcissa (?) at Covington Co., Alabama, after 1875.7 
Death of Spouse25 Aug 1875 His wife Mary Jane Thomas died on 25 Aug 1875 at Covington Co., Alabama
Death of Father18 Feb 1893 His father Joseph Van Buren Brantley died on 18 Feb 1893 at Loango, Covington Co., Alabama
Death*18 Jul 1915 He died on 18 Jul 1915 at age 68.8 
Burial*circa 20 Jul 1915 His body was interred circa 20 Jul 1915 at Brooklyn Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Conecuh Co., Alabama.8 

Family 1

Mary Jane Thomas (18 Mar 1846 - 25 Aug 1875)
Marriage*19 Jan 1870 He married Mary Jane Thomas at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 19 Jan 1870 at age 22. Rev. Jesse T. Thames, as minister, performed the marriage.5 

Family 2

Narcissa (?) (Aug 1850 - after 1900)
Marriage*after 1875 He married Narcissa (?) at Covington Co., Alabama, after 1875.7 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
  2. Ken Brantley, Brantley Association research, including John/Jack Brantley Study and family group sheets, For more info on the Brantley family, contact author at e-mail address, 4750 Oakleigh Manor Dr., Powder Springs, GA 30127: Brantley Association, Oct 2003.
  3. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 335B, Family 48, Ancestry.com image 10, Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL
    Joseph V. Brantley, 37, M, SC, Farmer, $600
    Emily Brantley, 36, F, SC
    Elizabeth Brantley, 16, F, AL
    Eliza Brantley, 13, F, AL
    William Brantley, 13, M, AL
    Jemima Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Susan Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Joseph Brantley, 6, M, AL
    Edwin Brantley, 3, M, AL
    John Brantley, 1, M, AL
    John McBride, 15, M, SC, Farmer.
  4. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  5. Family Adventures, compiler, Early Alabama Marriages (36 vols.), Shreveport, Louisiana: J & W Ent., 1991, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1 V2e.
  6. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    F-131, Brantley, Charles A., Sep 12 1955 - Sep 4 1972
    P-90, Brantley, D. E. Goodson, Aug 19 1850 - Jan 26 1914
    O-90, Brantley, Delila, May 1 1818 - Jul 25 1909
    J-87, Brantley, Emily K., Mar 26 1814 - Dec 23 1870
    I-87, Brantley, Infant Levi, No Dates
    D-131, Brantley, Lillie, Feb 22 1886 - Jul 15 1977
    R-90, Brantley, Robert T., Jan 25 1854 - Feb 15 1919
    N-91, Brantley, Sarah G., Sep 9 1843 - Sep 9 1928
    E-131, Brantley, Weldon, May 26 1880 - Oct 7 1969.
  7. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  8. Heritage Committee of Evergreen-Conecuh Public Library, Conecuh Co., AL Headstones, Vol. II, Evergreen, AL: Evergreen-Conecuh (AL) Public Library, 1981-1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1263 V3c v.2.
    Brooklyn Baptist Church, page 26.

John Manley Brantley

Male, #45189, (1849 - )
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*1849 John was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, in 1849.1 
1850 Census1 Jun 1850 Emily, Elizabeth, Eliza, William, Susan, Joseph, Edwin and John was listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1850 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Relocationcirca 1859 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..2 
Relocationbetween 1860 and 1870 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating between 1860 and 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida; By 1870, the family had moved from Clay Co., FL to the adjacent county of Putnam. 
Marriage*31 Mar 1870 He married Luvenia White at Putnam Co., Florida, on 31 Mar 1870.3 
Death* He died at Sumter Co., Florida

Family

Luvenia White (say 1852 - )
Marriage*31 Mar 1870 He married Luvenia White at Putnam Co., Florida, on 31 Mar 1870.3 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 335B, Family 48, Ancestry.com image 10, Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL
    Joseph V. Brantley, 37, M, SC, Farmer, $600
    Emily Brantley, 36, F, SC
    Elizabeth Brantley, 16, F, AL
    Eliza Brantley, 13, F, AL
    William Brantley, 13, M, AL
    Jemima Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Susan Brantley, 10, F, AL
    Joseph Brantley, 6, M, AL
    Edwin Brantley, 3, M, AL
    John Brantley, 1, M, AL
    John McBride, 15, M, SC, Farmer.
  2. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  3. Nancy Cooley Alvers, Putnam Co. FL Census Reports and Marriages, San Mateo, FL: Palvers Pub., 1999.
    Page 377: "John N. Brantley md. Luvine White, 31 Mar 1870."

Benjamin N. Brantley1

Male, #45190, (30 Aug 1850 - 2 Feb 1929)
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*30 Aug 1850 Benjamin was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 30 Aug 1850.2 
Relocationcirca 1859 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..3 
Relocationbetween 1860 and 1870 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating between 1860 and 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida; By 1870, the family had moved from Clay Co., FL to the adjacent county of Putnam. 
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Emily, Benjamin, Robert, Thomas and Lennia listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1870 Census at Timmons, Putnam Co., Florida. Lennia and Thomas appear in the 1870 census as ages 11 and 13 respectively. However, they are not found in this household in the 1860 census, so either the ages were wrong in 1860 or their parents are not Joseph V. and Emily Travis Brantley..4 
Death of Mother23 Dec 1870 His mother Emily Katherine Travis died on 23 Dec 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida.5 
Marriage*18 Jan 1876 He married Sarah Goodson at Putnam Co., Florida, on 18 Jan 1876 at age 25.6 
Birth of Son26 May 1880 His son Weldon Brantley was born on 26 May 1880 at Florida.7,8 
1880 Census*1 Jun 1880 Benjamin was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Putnam Co., Florida.9 
Death of Father18 Feb 1893 His father Joseph Van Buren Brantley died on 18 Feb 1893 at Loango, Covington Co., Alabama
Note* In the 1900 Putnam Co., FL census, David Brantley b May 1818 was living next door to Robert & Benjamin Brantley. Could David be a brother of Joseph V.? 
Death of Spouse9 Sep 1928 His wife Sarah Goodson died on 9 Sep 1928.2 
Death*2 Feb 1929 He died on 2 Feb 1929 at age 78.2 
Burial*4 Feb 1929 His body was interred on 4 Feb 1929 at Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., Florida.2 

Family

Sarah Goodson (9 Sep 1843 - 9 Sep 1928)
Marriage*18 Jan 1876 He married Sarah Goodson at Putnam Co., Florida, on 18 Jan 1876 at age 25.6 
Children
Last Edited21 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
  2. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    N-91, Brantley, Sarah G., Sep 9 1843 - Sep 9 1928.
  3. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  4. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Timmons, Putnam Co., FL, Page 502, Dwelling & Family 77
    Joseph V. Brantley, 60, M, W, Farmer
    Emily Brantley, 55, F, W, Keeping house
    Benjamin Brantley, 19, M, W, at school
    Robert Brantley, 17, M, W
    Thomas Brantley, 13, M, W
    Lennia Brantley, 11, F, W.
  5. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    F-131, Brantley, Charles A., Sep 12 1955 - Sep 4 1972
    P-90, Brantley, D. E. Goodson, Aug 19 1850 - Jan 26 1914
    O-90, Brantley, Delila, May 1 1818 - Jul 25 1909
    J-87, Brantley, Emily K., Mar 26 1814 - Dec 23 1870
    I-87, Brantley, Infant Levi, No Dates
    D-131, Brantley, Lillie, Feb 22 1886 - Jul 15 1977
    R-90, Brantley, Robert T., Jan 25 1854 - Feb 15 1919
    N-91, Brantley, Sarah G., Sep 9 1843 - Sep 9 1928
    E-131, Brantley, Weldon, May 26 1880 - Oct 7 1969.
  6. Nancy Cooley Alvers, Putnam Co. FL Census Reports and Marriages, San Mateo, FL: Palvers Pub., 1999.
    Putnam Co. Marriage Book D, page 105 (Page 388 of Ref.)
    "B.N. Brantley md. Sarah Goodson, 18 Jan 1876."
  7. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
  8. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    F-131, Brantley, Charles A., Sep 12 1955 - Sep 4 1972
    D-131, Brantley, Lillie, Feb 22 1886 - Jul 15 1977
    E-131, Brantley, Weldon, May 26 1880 - Oct 7 1969.
  9. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
    Benjamin Brantly, HH, M, M, W, 27, AL, AL, SC, Farmer
    Sarah Brantly, Wife, F, M, W, 32, SC, SC, SC
    Andra Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 2, FL
    ? Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 1M, b FL
    Joseph Brantly, Father, M, M, W, 67, b AL, SC, SC
    Dlilah Brantly, [Step] Mother, F, M, W, 60, b SC, SC, SC.

Robert T. Brantley

Male, #45191, (25 Jan 1854 - 15 Feb 1919)
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*25 Jan 1854 Robert was born at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 25 Jan 1854.1,2 
Relocationcirca 1859 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1859 at Clay Co., Florida; The move occurred sometime after joining Beulah Baptist Church in 1857 and before the 1860 census when the family appeared in Clay Co., FL. 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Emily, William, Jemima, Susan, Joseph, Edwin, John, Benjamin and Robert listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley in the 1860 Census at Middleburg PO, Clay Co., Florida. In spite of this census showing the children born in SC, they were probably all born in AL..3 
Relocationbetween 1860 and 1870 He, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating between 1860 and 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida; By 1870, the family had moved from Clay Co., FL to the adjacent county of Putnam. 
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Emily, Benjamin, Robert, Thomas and Lennia listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1870 Census at Timmons, Putnam Co., Florida. Lennia and Thomas appear in the 1870 census as ages 11 and 13 respectively. However, they are not found in this household in the 1860 census, so either the ages were wrong in 1860 or their parents are not Joseph V. and Emily Travis Brantley..1 
Death of Mother23 Dec 1870 His mother Emily Katherine Travis died on 23 Dec 1870 at Putnam Co., Florida.4 
Marriage*24 Jan 1873 He married Demie Goodson at Putnam Co., Florida, on 24 Jan 1873 at age 18.5 
Birth of Soncirca 1874 His son Preston Brantley was born circa 1874 at Putnam Co., Florida.6 
Birth of Soncirca 1878 His son Lawrence Brantley was born circa 1878 at Putnam Co., Florida.6 
Birth of SonMay 1880 His son Allen Brantley was born in May 1880 at Putnam Co., Florida.6 
1880 Census*1 Jun 1880 He was enumerated in the US Census of 1880 at Putnam Co., Florida.6 
Birth of Soncirca 1881 His son Freddie Brantley was born circa 1881 at Putnam Co., Florida.7 
Census*18 Aug 1885 He appeared on the census of 18 Aug 1885 at Putnam Co., Florida.7 
Death of Father18 Feb 1893 His father Joseph Van Buren Brantley died on 18 Feb 1893 at Loango, Covington Co., Alabama
Death of Spouse26 Jan 1914 His wife Demie Goodson died on 26 Jan 1914.2 
Death*15 Feb 1919 He died on 15 Feb 1919 at age 65.2 
Burial*circa 17 Feb 1919 His body was interred circa 17 Feb 1919 at Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., Florida.2 

Family

Demie Goodson (19 Aug 1850 - 26 Jan 1914)
Marriage*24 Jan 1873 He married Demie Goodson at Putnam Co., Florida, on 24 Jan 1873 at age 18.5 
Children
Last Edited21 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Timmons, Putnam Co., FL, Page 502, Dwelling & Family 77
    Joseph V. Brantley, 60, M, W, Farmer
    Emily Brantley, 55, F, W, Keeping house
    Benjamin Brantley, 19, M, W, at school
    Robert Brantley, 17, M, W
    Thomas Brantley, 13, M, W
    Lennia Brantley, 11, F, W.
  2. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-90, Brantley, Delila, May 1 1818 - Jul 25 1909
    R-90, Brantley, Robert T., Jan 25 1854 - Feb 15 1919
    P-90, Brantley, D. E. Goodson, Aug 19 1850 - Jan 26 1914.
  3. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 161, Genealogy.com image 23, Dwelling and Family #227, Middleburg PO, Clay Co., FL
    J. V. Brantley, 46, M, Farmer, RE=$1000, PE=$200, SC
    Emily Brantley, 45, F, SC
    William Brantley, 24, M, SC
    Mary Brantley, 22, F, SC
    Susan Brantley, 19, F, SC
    Joseph Brantley, 15, M, SC
    Edwin Brantley, 12, M, SC
    John Brantley, 10, M, SC
    Benjamin Brantley, 8, M, SC
    Robert Brantley, 5, M, SC.
  4. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    F-131, Brantley, Charles A., Sep 12 1955 - Sep 4 1972
    P-90, Brantley, D. E. Goodson, Aug 19 1850 - Jan 26 1914
    O-90, Brantley, Delila, May 1 1818 - Jul 25 1909
    J-87, Brantley, Emily K., Mar 26 1814 - Dec 23 1870
    I-87, Brantley, Infant Levi, No Dates
    D-131, Brantley, Lillie, Feb 22 1886 - Jul 15 1977
    R-90, Brantley, Robert T., Jan 25 1854 - Feb 15 1919
    N-91, Brantley, Sarah G., Sep 9 1843 - Sep 9 1928
    E-131, Brantley, Weldon, May 26 1880 - Oct 7 1969.
  5. Nancy Cooley Alvers, Putnam Co. FL Census Reports and Marriages, San Mateo, FL: Palvers Pub., 1999.
    Putnam Co. Marriage Book A, page 265 (Page 379 of Ref.)
    "R. T. Brantley md. Deeney Goodson, 28 Jan 1871."
  6. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Putnam Co., FL, Precinct 12, ED 135, page 16 (page 214 of ref. book)
    Robert Brantly, W, M, 26, Husb, M, Farmer, AL/AL/SC
    Demie Brantly, W, F, 29, Wife, M, Housekeeper, SC/SC/SC
    Preston [or Boston] Brantly, W, M, 6, Son, S, FL
    Lawrence Brantly, W, M, 2, Son, S, FL
    Allen Brantly, W, M, 1/12 (May), Son, S, FL.
  7. Nancy Cooley Alvers, Putnam Co. FL Census Reports and Marriages, San Mateo, FL: Palvers Pub., 1999.
    1885 Census, Putnam Co., FL, Precinct 12, ED 12, Page 115, Family 1174
    Adjacent to father, Joseph, Fam #1173)
    Robert Brantley, W, M, 31, Head, Md, Farmer, FL[sic]/SC/SC
    Lula Brantley, W, F, 35, Wife, Md, FL[sic]/SC/SC
    Lorence Brantley, W, M, 7, Son, S, FL/SC/SC
    Allen Brantley, W, M, 5, Son, S, FL/SC/SC
    Freddie Brantley, W, M, 4, Son, S, FL/SC/SC
    Demis Brantley, W, F,2, Dau, S, FL/SC/SC.

Thomas Brantley

Male, #45192, (1857 - )
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Birth*1857 Thomas was born at Alabama in 1857.1 
Biography* In the 1870 census, Thomas Brantley, age 13, and Lennia Brantley, age 11, appear in the household of Joseph and Emily Brantley. However, these children did not appear in Joseph and Emily's household in 1860, so they may have been adopted. A check of all Brantly/Brantley 1860 census records in Florida and in Conecuh Co., AL did not reveal these children. 
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Emily, Benjamin, Robert, Thomas and Lennia listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1870 Census at Timmons, Putnam Co., Florida. Lennia and Thomas appear in the 1870 census as ages 11 and 13 respectively. However, they are not found in this household in the 1860 census, so either the ages were wrong in 1860 or their parents are not Joseph V. and Emily Travis Brantley..2 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
  2. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Timmons, Putnam Co., FL, Page 502, Dwelling & Family 77
    Joseph V. Brantley, 60, M, W, Farmer
    Emily Brantley, 55, F, W, Keeping house
    Benjamin Brantley, 19, M, W, at school
    Robert Brantley, 17, M, W
    Thomas Brantley, 13, M, W
    Lennia Brantley, 11, F, W.

Lennia Brantley

Female, #45193, (1859 - )
Father*Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Mother*Emily Katherine Travis (26 Mar 1814 - 23 Dec 1870)
Name Variation She was also known as Jennie. 
Birth*1859 Lennia was born at Alabama in 1859.1 
Biography* In the 1870 census, Thomas Brantley, age 13, and Lennia Brantley, age 11, appear in the household of Joseph and Emily Brantley. However, these children did not appear in Joseph and Emily's household in 1860, so they may have been adopted. A check of all Brantly/Brantley 1860 census records in Florida and in Conecuh Co., AL did not reveal these children. 
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Emily, Benjamin, Robert, Thomas and Lennia listed as a household member living with Joseph Van Buren Brantley on the 1870 Census at Timmons, Putnam Co., Florida. Lennia and Thomas appear in the 1870 census as ages 11 and 13 respectively. However, they are not found in this household in the 1860 census, so either the ages were wrong in 1860 or their parents are not Joseph V. and Emily Travis Brantley..1 
Last Edited7 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Timmons, Putnam Co., FL, Page 502, Dwelling & Family 77
    Joseph V. Brantley, 60, M, W, Farmer
    Emily Brantley, 55, F, W, Keeping house
    Benjamin Brantley, 19, M, W, at school
    Robert Brantley, 17, M, W
    Thomas Brantley, 13, M, W
    Lennia Brantley, 11, F, W.

Mary Jane Thomas

Female, #45194, (18 Mar 1846 - 25 Aug 1875)
Birth*18 Mar 1846 Mary was born on 18 Mar 1846.1 
Marriage*19 Jan 1870 She married Edwin A. Brantley at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 19 Jan 1870 at age 23. Rev. Jesse T. Thames, as minister, performed the marriage.2 
Married Name19 Jan 1870  As of 19 Jan 1870, her married name was Brantley.2 
Death*25 Aug 1875 She died at Covington Co., Alabama, on 25 Aug 1875 at age 29. 
Burial*after 25 Aug 1875 Her body was interred after 25 Aug 1875 at Brooklyn Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 

Family

Edwin A. Brantley (11 Jun 1847 - 18 Jul 1915)
Last Edited20 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Heritage Committee of Evergreen-Conecuh Public Library, Conecuh Co., AL Headstones, Vol. II, Evergreen, AL: Evergreen-Conecuh (AL) Public Library, 1981-1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1263 V3c v.2.
    Brooklyn Baptist Church, page 26.
  2. Family Adventures, compiler, Early Alabama Marriages (36 vols.), Shreveport, Louisiana: J & W Ent., 1991, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1 V2e.

Mark Butler Travis Sr.1

Male, #45195, (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Father*Barrett Travis1 (1748 - 1812)
Mother*Elizabeth DeLoach1 (1752 - 1794)
Birth*6 Sep 1783 Mark was born at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 6 Sep 1783. 
Death of Mother1794 His mother Elizabeth DeLoach died in 1794 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
1800 Census4 Aug 1800 Mark was probably a free white male, age 16 and under 26, in an unknown person 's household on the 1800 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.2 
Deed20 Feb 1801 He witnessed a deed grant by Barrett Travis on 20 Feb 1801 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrot Travis, planter, to Elijah Pope, planter. Deed, $2000, 150 acres on Mine Creek of Saluda bounding W on Henry Bolton, granted by Lt. Gov. Wm. Bull 12 Apr 1770 to Henry Bolton, from Bolton conveyed to Barrot Travis 1779. Wit. Mumford Perryman, Mark Travers. /s/ Marrot (x) Travers. Proven 22 May 1802 by Mumford Perryman; Russell Watson, JP. Rec 12 Jun 1802.3 
Deed20 Feb 1801 He witnessed a deed grant by Barrett Travis on 20 Feb 1801 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrot Travis to Elijah Pope. Deed, $2000, 104 acres less schoolhouse lot, lying on Mine Creek of Little Saluda River, bing part of 312 acres granted to William Humphreys 4 Dec 1786 by Gov. Wm Moultrie, conveyed to Barrot Travers by sd Humphreys 12 Dec 1796, adjoining lands of Henry Bolton, 96 Road, William Daniel, Jno Glanton, estate of Fredk Sison, Henry Bolton. Wit. Mumford Perryman, Mark Travers. /s/ Barrot (x) Travers. Proven 22 May 1802 by Mumford Perryman; Russell Wilson, JP. Rec 12 Jun 1802.4 
Marriage*1 Jan 1808 He married Jemima Stallworth at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 1 Jan 1808 at age 24.5,6 
Birth of Son1 Aug 1809 His son Colonel William Barrett Travis was born on 1 Aug 1809 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Birth of Son10 Sep 1810 His son Nicholas Stallworth Travis was born on 10 Sep 1810 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Death of Father1812 His father Barrett Travis died in 1812 at Mine Creek, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Deed16 Jan 1815 He witnessed a deed grant on 16 Jan 1815 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Jos. Stallworth, Mark Travis and WIlliam Todd witnessed a deed from James Adams to Enoch Breazeale, $500, 200 acres partly in Edgefield and partly in Abbeville District. Proven 16 Jan 1815 and Rec 17 Mar 1815.7 
Birth of Son1 Mar 1816 His son Andrew Jackson Travis was born on 1 Mar 1816 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Death of Son1816 His son Andrew Jackson Travis died in 1816 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Relocation*circa 1818 He relocated circa 1818; The Creek Indians ceded much of South Alabama in 1814, and from part of this land, Monroe County was formed on 29 Jun 1815 by the Mississippi Territorial Governor. The Alabama Territory was created on 3 Mar 1817, and the AL Territorial legislature formed Conecuh County on 13 Feb 1818 from part of Monroe County.8 
Deed*19 May 1819 He was granted a deed on 19 May 1819 at Conecuh Co., Alabama,

Sec 24, Tsp 5, Rng 11.9 
1820 Census*7 Aug 1820 He was enumerated in the US Census of on 7 Aug 1820 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.10 
Birth of Son11 Feb 1822 His son Prior Smallwood Travis was born on 11 Feb 1822 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Death of Son25 Jan 1824 His son Prior Smallwood Travis died on 25 Jan 1824 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Birth of Son31 Jul 1824 His son Alexander Randelson Travis was born on 31 Jul 1824 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Birth of Son18 May 1827 His son Mark Butler Travis Jr. was born on 18 May 1827 at Old Town, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Birth of Son5 Aug 1829 His son James Calloway Travis was born on 5 Aug 1829 at Evergreen, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
1830 Census*1 Jun 1830 Mark was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.11 
Death of Son6 Mar 1836 His son Colonel William Barrett Travis died on 6 Mar 1836 at The Battle at the Alamo, San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas.1 
Death*4 Sep 1836 He died at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 4 Sep 1836 at age 52.1 
Burial*after 4 Sep 1836 His body was interred after 4 Sep 1836 at Old Beulah Cemetery, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 

Family

Jemima Stallworth (6 Sep 1783 - circa 1855)
Marriage*1 Jan 1808 He married Jemima Stallworth at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 1 Jan 1808 at age 24.5,6 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited23 Dec 2003

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    1800 Census, Edgefield District, SC, census page 155, ref page 28
    Barret Traverse 1M0-9, 1M10-15, 1M16-25, 1M45+, 1F10-15, 1F45+.
  3. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 3, page 123. Cites Conveyance Book 22, pages 131-133.
  4. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 3, page 123. Cites Conveyance Book 22, pages 133-135.
  5. Larry E. Pursley, 7500 Marriages from Ninety-Six & Abbeville Districts, SC, 1774-1890, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1980.
    p. 191: "Mary Travis of Edgefield md Jemina Stallworth, 1808 (Source: Margaret Watson, "Greenwood Co. Sketeches", 1970).
  6. Carlee T. McClendon, compiler, Edgefield Marriage Records, Edgefield SC, Columbia, SC: RL Bryan Co., 1970, Repository: Tomkins Library in Edgefield SC, Call No. F277.E2 C7M2 M4.
    Page 162: "Mark Travis, son of Barrett and Elizabeth Deloach Travis, and Jemima Stallworth, daughter of William Stallworth, Sr., January 1, 1808 (Family Record)."
  7. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 7, page 35. Cites Conveyance Book 32, page 207.
  8. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 211. "Travis Family" article by James Cary Travis, Route 1, Box 135, McKenzie, AL 36456. Ph 334-374-8197.
  9. Marilyn Davis Hahn, Old Cahaba Land Office Records and Military Warrants, 1817-1853, Southern University Press, Birmingham, AL 1986.
    Ref. Page 27: Cahaba Land Office Receivers Ledger, Book 301.
  10. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Federal Census Slave Schedule, Conecuh Co., AL, recorded by Alabama Dept of Archives and History, and contained in "Alabama's Pike Co., Vol. 1" by Mrs. Frank Ross Stewart. "3 slaves."
  11. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 98, Ancestry.com image 19 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    MarkeTravis, 2M0-4, 1M5-9, 1M15-19, 1M40-49, 1F0-4, 1F10-14, 1F15-19, 1F20-29, 1F40-49.
    Unaccounted for are 1F0-4 and 1F20-29. Perhaps this was Rosannah Cato, wife of William Barrett Travis, and a daughter. He abandoned his family early and by 1831 was living in Texas, never to return.

Jemima Stallworth1

Female, #45196, (6 Sep 1783 - circa 1855)
Father*William Stallworth Jr.1 (1745 - 9 Sep 1808)
Mother*Jemima Tripp1 (c 1755 - a 1819)
Birth*6 Sep 1783 Jemima was born at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 6 Sep 1783. 
1800 Census4 Aug 1800 Jemima was probably a free white female, age 16 and under 26, in William Stallworth Jr.'s household on the 1800 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.2 
Marriage*1 Jan 1808 She married Mark Butler Travis Sr. at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 1 Jan 1808 at age 24.3,4 
Married Name1 Jan 1808  As of 1 Jan 1808, her married name was Travis.1 
Death of Father9 Sep 1808 Her father William Stallworth Jr. died on 9 Sep 1808 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Birth of Son1 Aug 1809 Her son Colonel William Barrett Travis was born on 1 Aug 1809 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Birth of Son10 Sep 1810 Her son Nicholas Stallworth Travis was born on 10 Sep 1810 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Birth of Son1 Mar 1816 Her son Andrew Jackson Travis was born on 1 Mar 1816 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Death of Son1816 Her son Andrew Jackson Travis died in 1816 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Relocationcirca 1818 She, as a family member, accompanied Mark Butler Travis Sr. in relocating circa 1818; The Creek Indians ceded much of South Alabama in 1814, and from part of this land, Monroe County was formed on 29 Jun 1815 by the Mississippi Territorial Governor. The Alabama Territory was created on 3 Mar 1817, and the AL Territorial legislature formed Conecuh County on 13 Feb 1818 from part of Monroe County.5 
Birth of Son11 Feb 1822 Her son Prior Smallwood Travis was born on 11 Feb 1822 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Death of Son25 Jan 1824 Her son Prior Smallwood Travis died on 25 Jan 1824 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Birth of Son31 Jul 1824 Her son Alexander Randelson Travis was born on 31 Jul 1824 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Birth of Son18 May 1827 Her son Mark Butler Travis Jr. was born on 18 May 1827 at Old Town, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Birth of Son5 Aug 1829 Her son James Calloway Travis was born on 5 Aug 1829 at Evergreen, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
1830 Census1 Jun 1830 Jemima was probably a free white female, age 40 and under 50, in Mark Butler Travis Sr.'s household, on the 1830 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.6 
Death of Son6 Mar 1836 Her son Colonel William Barrett Travis died on 6 Mar 1836 at The Battle at the Alamo, San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas.1 
Death of Spouse4 Sep 1836 Her husband Mark Butler Travis Sr. died on 4 Sep 1836 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Death of Son1842 Her son Alexander Randelson Travis died in 1842 at Sparta, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Death*circa 1855 She died at Conecuh Co., Alabama, circa 1855.1 

Family

Mark Butler Travis Sr. (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Marriage*1 Jan 1808 She married Mark Butler Travis Sr. at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 1 Jan 1808 at age 24.3,4 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited23 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    page 20: William Stalsworth, 1M16-25, 1M26-44, 3F0-9, 1F10-15, 1F16-25, 1F45+, 3 slaves.
  3. Larry E. Pursley, 7500 Marriages from Ninety-Six & Abbeville Districts, SC, 1774-1890, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1980.
    p. 191: "Mary Travis of Edgefield md Jemina Stallworth, 1808 (Source: Margaret Watson, "Greenwood Co. Sketeches", 1970).
  4. Carlee T. McClendon, compiler, Edgefield Marriage Records, Edgefield SC, Columbia, SC: RL Bryan Co., 1970, Repository: Tomkins Library in Edgefield SC, Call No. F277.E2 C7M2 M4.
    Page 162: "Mark Travis, son of Barrett and Elizabeth Deloach Travis, and Jemima Stallworth, daughter of William Stallworth, Sr., January 1, 1808 (Family Record)."
  5. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 211. "Travis Family" article by James Cary Travis, Route 1, Box 135, McKenzie, AL 36456. Ph 334-374-8197.
  6. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 98, Ancestry.com image 19 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    MarkeTravis, 2M0-4, 1M5-9, 1M15-19, 1M40-49, 1F0-4, 1F10-14, 1F15-19, 1F20-29, 1F40-49.
    Unaccounted for are 1F0-4 and 1F20-29. Perhaps this was Rosannah Cato, wife of William Barrett Travis, and a daughter. He abandoned his family early and by 1831 was living in Texas, never to return.

Fannie E. Shepherd1

Female, #45197, (7 Oct 1844 - 19 Jan 1905)
Birth*7 Oct 1844 Fannie was born on 7 Oct 1844. 
Marriage*6 Feb 1863 She married Robert Dawson Simms at Troup Co., Georgia, on 6 Feb 1863 at age 18.2 
Name-AltSpell6 Feb 1863 This surname is sometimes spelled Sims. 
Married Name6 Feb 1863  As of 6 Feb 1863, her married name was Simms. 
Death*19 Jan 1905 She died at Troup Co., Georgia, on 19 Jan 1905 at age 60. 
Burial*after 19 Jan 1905 Her body was interred after 19 Jan 1905 at Pinewood Cemetery, Troup Co., Georgia

Family

Robert Dawson Simms (22 Apr 1844 - before 1880)
Last Edited23 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. Merle Massengale Bruce, compiler, Early marriages Troup County, Georgia, 1828-1900, Roswell, GA: WH Wolfe Assoc., 1982, Repository: Georgia Department of Archives & History in Atlanta.
  2. Merle Massengale Bruce, compiler, Early marriages Troup County, Georgia, 1828-1900, Roswell, GA: WH Wolfe Assoc., 1982, Repository: Georgia Department of Archives & History in Atlanta.
    Robert D. Sims and Fannie E. Sheppard on 6 Feb 1863 by A. R. Callaway, M.G. in Troup Co., GA, Book E-195.

Addis S. Roberts1

Female, #45198, (1869 - )
Father*Alexander J. Roberts (c 1830 - )
Mother*Mary Virginia Simms (1 May 1846 - )
Birth*1869 Addis was born at Georgia in 1869. 
ChartsWLC / Andrew Hartsfield: Descendant Chart
WLC / Martin Sims: Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.

Beale Roberts1

Male, #45199, (1879 - )
Father*Alexander J. Roberts (c 1830 - )
Mother*Mary Virginia Simms (1 May 1846 - )
Birth*1879 Beale was born at Corsicana, Navarro Co., Texas, in 1879. 
ChartsWLC / Andrew Hartsfield: Descendant Chart
WLC / Martin Sims: Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.

Maggie J. Roberts1

Female, #45200, (1880 - )
Father*Alexander J. Roberts (c 1830 - )
Mother*Mary Virginia Simms (1 May 1846 - )
Birth*1880 Maggie was born at Corsicana, Navarro Co., Texas, in 1880. 
ChartsWLC / Andrew Hartsfield: Descendant Chart
WLC / Martin Sims: Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.

Lizzy Amy French1

Female, #45201, (19 Aug 1860 - 30 Nov 1931)
Father*James Freeman French (2 May 1831 - 20 Dec 1901)
Mother*Anna F. Allison (7 Nov 1837 - 24 Mar 1897)
Birth*19 Aug 1860 Lizzy was born at Indiana on 19 Aug 1860. 
Marriage*22 Jun 1884 She married Jefferson Hartsfield Simms at Colorado on 22 Jun 1884 at age 23.2 
Married Name22 Jun 1884  As of 22 Jun 1884, her married name was Simms. 
Name-AltSpell22 Jun 1884 This surname is sometimes spelled Sims. 
Birth of Son3 Jan 1887 Her son James Wiley Simms was born on 3 Jan 1887. 
Birth of Son12 Feb 1891 Her son Charles Jefferson Simms was born on 12 Feb 1891 at Colorado.3 
Death of Son24 Jun 1892 Her son Charles Jefferson Simms died on 24 Jun 1892 at Velasco, Brazoria Co., Texas
Death of Spouse22 Apr 1893 Her husband Jefferson Hartsfield Simms died on 22 Apr 1893 at Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma
Birth of Soncirca Jan 1894 Her son Jefferson Hartsfield Simms Jr. was born circa Jan 1894 at Oklahoma.3 
Death of Son25 Apr 1895 Her son Jefferson Hartsfield Simms Jr. died on 25 Apr 1895 at Oklahoma.3 
Death of Mother24 Mar 1897 Her mother Anna F. Allison died on 24 Mar 1897. 
Death of Father20 Dec 1901 Her father James Freeman French died on 20 Dec 1901 at Keokuk Falls, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma.4 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Lizzy was listed as a mother-in-law (Lizzy Amy French, 62, IN, IN, IN) in James Wiley Simms's household on the 1920 Census at Red Mount, Seminole Co., Oklahoma.5 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Lizzy was listed as a mother in an unknown person 's household on the 1930 Census at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma.6 
Death*30 Nov 1931 She died at Oklahoma on 30 Nov 1931 at age 71. 
Burial*after 30 Nov 1931 Her body was interred after 30 Nov 1931 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma

Family

Jefferson Hartsfield Simms (2 Apr 1858 - 22 Apr 1893)
Marriage*22 Jun 1884 She married Jefferson Hartsfield Simms at Colorado on 22 Jun 1884 at age 23.2 
Children
Last Edited23 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).
  2. E-Mail, Corine Reynolds e-mail address to Warren Culpepper, 22 Aug 2003.
  3. E-mail written 2001 - 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Corine Simms Reynolds (#45262), (deceased 2005).
    Follow-up message on 19 Aug 2003.
  4. E-mail written 2001 - 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Corine Simms Reynolds (#45262), (deceased 2005).
    Cited her source as e-mail address.
  5. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED254, page 2A, Transcribed by Alvis Reynolds.
  6. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK, Roll T626_1919, ED 83, Page 18B
    Transcription from Ancestry.com image by Corinne Reynolds
    James W. Simms, Head, 43, md @ 24, OK, GA, IN, owned a fruit product business;
    Viola Simms, Dau, 17, CO, OK, MO
    Eunice Simms, Dau, 15, OK, OK, MO
    Pansie Simms, Dau, 12, OK, OK, MO
    Gordon Simms, Son, 6, OK, OK, MO
    Lizzie A. Phillips, Mother, 69, IN, IN, IN.

James Freeman French1

Male, #45202, (2 May 1831 - 20 Dec 1901)
Birth*2 May 1831 James was born on 2 May 1831. 
Marriage*say 1855 He married Anna F. Allison say 1855. 
Death of Spouse24 Mar 1897 His wife Anna F. Allison died on 24 Mar 1897. 
Death*20 Dec 1901 He died at Keokuk Falls, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma, on 20 Dec 1901 at age 70.2 
Biography* Sometime ca 1860 to 1863 James and Anna went to Iowa, where James had a brother and Anna a sister, then they lived briefly in Kansas, Texas and Arkansas, finally locating in the Indian Territory. In 1889 James and his son Fred participated in the Run at the first great land opening. They were unsuccessful, but James bought a claim on the spot, located a short distance east of where the State Capitol now stands, which he gave up after a struggle of several years. After Anna's death James operated a grocery store and P. O. near Keokuk Falls. On December 20, 1901, James was shot to death from ambush by John Phillips, second husband of his daughter Lizzie. John Phillips had told neighbors he blamed James for the breakup of his marriage. John later killed himself.2 

Family

Anna F. Allison (7 Nov 1837 - 24 Mar 1897)
Child
Last Edited16 Dec 2008

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).
  2. E-mail written 2001 - 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Corine Simms Reynolds (#45262), (deceased 2005).
    Cited her source as e-mail address.

Anna F. Allison1

Female, #45203, (7 Nov 1837 - 24 Mar 1897)
Birth*7 Nov 1837 Anna was born on 7 Nov 1837. 
Marriage*say 1855 She married James Freeman French say 1855. 
Married Namesay 1855  As of say 1855, her married name was French. 
Death*24 Mar 1897 She died on 24 Mar 1897 at age 59. 
Biography* Sometime ca 1860 to 1863 James and Anna went to Iowa, where James had a brother and Anna a sister, then they lived briefly in Kansas, Texas and Arkansas, finally locating in the Indian Territory. In 1889 James and his son Fred participated in the Run at the first great land opening. They were unsuccessful, but James bought a claim on the spot, located a short distance east of where the State Capitol now stands, which he gave up after a struggle of several years. After Anna's death James operated a grocery store and P. O. near Keokuk Falls. On December 20, 1901, James was shot to death from ambush by John Phillips, second husband of his daughter Lizzie. John Phillips had told neighbors he blamed James for the breakup of his marriage. John later killed himself.2 

Family

James Freeman French (2 May 1831 - 20 Dec 1901)
Child
Last Edited16 Dec 2008

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).
  2. E-mail written 2001 - 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Corine Simms Reynolds (#45262), (deceased 2005).
    Cited her source as e-mail address.

Mary Rebecca Grossman1

Female, #45204, (13 Sep 1855 - 24 Jul 1927)
Father*Christopher Grossman (s 1825 - )
Mother*Margaret Sykes (s 1828 - )
Birth*13 Sep 1855 Mary was born at Macon, Noxubee Co., Mississippi, on 13 Sep 1855. 
Marriage*7 Jun 1877 She married Wiley Sterling Simms at Macon, Noxubee Co., Mississippi, on 7 Jun 1877 at age 21. 
Married Name7 Jun 1877  As of 7 Jun 1877, her married name was Simms. 
Name-AltSpell7 Jun 1877 This surname is sometimes spelled Sims. 
Photographed*Mar 1892 She was photographed in Mar 1892 at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, at age 36.2
Wiley Sterling & Rebecca (Grossman) Simms
Death of Spouse18 May 1902 Her husband Wiley Sterling Simms died on 18 May 1902 at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama
Death*24 Jul 1927 She died at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 24 Jul 1927 at age 71. 

Family

Wiley Sterling Simms (26 Oct 1851 - 18 May 1902)
Marriage*7 Jun 1877 She married Wiley Sterling Simms at Macon, Noxubee Co., Mississippi, on 7 Jun 1877 at age 21. 
Child
Last Edited23 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).
  2. E-mail written 2001 - 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Corine Simms Reynolds (#45262), (deceased 2005).

Christopher Grossman1

Male, #45205, (say 1825 - )
Birth*say 1825 Christopher was born say 1825. 
Marriage*say 1848 He married Margaret Sykes say 1848. 

Family

Margaret Sykes (say 1828 - )
Child
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).

Margaret Sykes1

Female, #45206, (say 1828 - )
Birth*say 1828 Margaret was born say 1828. 
Marriage*say 1848 She married Christopher Grossman say 1848. 
Married Namesay 1848  As of say 1848, her married name was Grossman. 

Family

Christopher Grossman (say 1825 - )
Child
Last Edited20 Apr 2002

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).

Clara Grossman Simms1

Female, #45207, (12 Mar 1890 - 9 Mar 1967)
Father*Wiley Sterling Simms (26 Oct 1851 - 18 May 1902)
Mother*Mary Rebecca Grossman (13 Sep 1855 - 24 Jul 1927)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Sims. 
Birth*12 Mar 1890 Clara was born at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 12 Mar 1890. 
Death of Father18 May 1902 Her father Wiley Sterling Simms died on 18 May 1902 at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama
Married Name17 Feb 1909  As of 17 Feb 1909, her married name was Drummond. 
Marriage*17 Feb 1909 She married Perry Linton Drummond at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 17 Feb 1909 at age 18. 
Death of Mother24 Jul 1927 Her mother Mary Rebecca Grossman died on 24 Jul 1927 at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia
Death*9 Mar 1967 She died at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 9 Mar 1967 at age 76. 

Family

Perry Linton Drummond (29 Aug 1885 - 20 Oct 1975)
Marriage*17 Feb 1909 She married Perry Linton Drummond at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 17 Feb 1909 at age 18. 
Child
ChartsWLC / Andrew Hartsfield: Descendant Chart
WLC / Martin Sims: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).
  2. E-mail written 27 Jan 2011 to Warren Culpepper from David Drummond Boyd (#62208), e-mail address.

Perry Linton Drummond1

Male, #45208, (29 Aug 1885 - 20 Oct 1975)
Birth*29 Aug 1885 Perry was born at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 29 Aug 1885. 
Marriage*17 Feb 1909 He married Clara Grossman Simms at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 17 Feb 1909 at age 23. 
Death of Spouse9 Mar 1967 His wife Clara Grossman Simms died on 9 Mar 1967 at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia
Death*20 Oct 1975 He died at Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, on 20 Oct 1975 at age 90. 

Family

Clara Grossman Simms (12 Mar 1890 - 9 Mar 1967)
Child
Last Edited27 Jan 2011

Citations

  1. Jean J. Boicourt, compiler, Boicourt Genealogy, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree).
  2. E-mail written 27 Jan 2011 to Warren Culpepper from David Drummond Boyd (#62208), e-mail address.

Laura Louise Simms

Female, #45209, (8 May 1843 - 14 Apr 1844)
Father*Wiley Hartsfield Sims (4 Nov 1811 - 3 Dec 1871)
Mother*Virginia Jeffersonia Sterling (6 Feb 1825 - a 1900)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Sims. 
Birth*8 May 1843 Laura was born at Troup Co., Georgia, on 8 May 1843. 
Death*14 Apr 1844 She died at Troup Co., Georgia, on 14 Apr 1844. 
Burial*after 14 Apr 1844 Her body was interred after 14 Apr 1844 at Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia
ChartsWLC / Andrew Hartsfield: Descendant Chart
WLC / Martin Sims: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jul 2012

Wiley Henry Sims

Male, #45210, (say 1769 - 5 Oct 1828)
Father*Charles Sims1 (s 1721 - s 1805)
Mother*Ester Murry1 (s 1742 - )
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Simms. 
Birth*say 1769 Wiley was born say 1769. 
Deed10 Feb 1792 A deed was granted to him by James McElroy and Lucy McElroy witnessed by Reuben McElroy and William McElroy on 10 Feb 1792 at Wilkes Co., Georgia, (James McElroy & Lucey, his wife, to Wiley (Willie) Simms, all of Wilkes Co., for £200, 2 acres on Golden Grove Creek in said co., adj. vacant on all sides when surveyed, granted to James McElroy, 24 Feb 1785. /s/ James Muckleroy, Lucey Muckleroy. Wit: Charles Muckleroy, William (x) Muckleroy. Proved by Charles McElroy & Reubin McElroy, 24 Mar 1796, before John Luckie, J.P. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book B, p. 62.)2
Relocation*19 Dec 1793 On on 19 Dec 1793, Wilkes Co., GA was subdivided, creating at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia
Deed28 Mar 1796 He was party to a deed on 28 Mar 1796 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

Reuben Muckleroy & Christiana, his wife, to Wiley Sims, all of Oglethorpe Co., for $200 on West side of Grove Creek in said co., adj. where Reuben Muckelroy now lives, Joseph Embry, James Sims & Zachariah Lawrence, 200 acres, is part of 400 acres granted to Reuben Muckleroy by Gov. George Matthews, 7 Mar 1794. /s/ Reuben Muckleroy, Christiana (x) Mkleroy. Wit: A. Bell, J.P. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book B, p. 58.) 
Marriage*24 May 1796 He married Mary Hartsfield at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, on 24 May 1796.3 
Deed*2 Jan 1797 He granted a deed to Charles Sims, witnessed by John Hartsfield, Richard Hartsfield and William McElroy on 2 Jan 1797 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

Wiley Sims & Polley, his wife, to Charles Sims, all of Oglethorpe Co., for $100, on N. side of Grove Creek in said co... 100 acres. /s/ Wiley Sims, Polley (x) Sims. Wit: William McElroy, John Hartsfield. Proved before Richard Hartsfield, J.P. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book B, p. 325.)2 
Deed2 Jan 1797 He witnessed a deed grant to Charles Sims on 2 Jan 1797 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, (Zachariah Lawrence & Rhoda (Rhody), his wife, to Charles Sims, all of Oglethorpe Co., for $42.50 on N. side of Grove Creek in said co... 40 acres. /s/ Zachariah Lawrence, Rhody (x) Lawrence. Wit: Wiley Sims, William McElroy. Proved before Richard Hartsfield, J.P. (Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Book B, p. 329.)2
Birth of Son4 Apr 1797 His son Murry Sims was born on 4 Apr 1797 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia
Birth of Son17 Nov 1798 His son Bennett Sims was born on 17 Nov 1798 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia
1800 Census*4 Aug 1800 Wiley was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia.4 
Birth of Son23 Jun 1801 His son John H. Sims was born on 23 Jun 1801 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia
Deed25 Dec 1802 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Reuben McElroy to Richard Hartsfield witnessed by Henry Hartsfield on 25 Dec 1802 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, (Reuben McElroy to Richard Hartsfield, both of Oglethorpe Co., for $50, on E. side of Grove Creek of Broad River in said co., beg. at Grove Creek on Wiley Sims' line… on Hartsfield's line… 40 acres, part of tract granted to Reuben McElroy. Wit: Henry Hartsfield, Jas (x) House. Oglethorpe Co.: proved by Henry Hartsfield, 19 Jun 1804, Richd. Bailey, J.P. Recorded 26 Jul 1805. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book D, p. 476.)2
Deed1 Mar 1803 He witnessed a deed grant by William McElroy and with Richard Hartsfield as an adjacent landowner and with John A. McElroy as a previous landowner on 1 Mar 1803 (William McElroy to Gabriel Jones, both of Oglethorpe Co., for $400, on Grove Creek in said co., 100 acres… adj. Richard Hartsfield, Enoch Embry, Zachariah Lawrence & John McElroy, is part of 400 acres surveyed & granted to John McElroy. /s/ William McElroy. Wit: Enoch Embree, Wiley Sims, Henry McElroy. Proved by Enoch Embree & Henry McElroy, 30 Jul 1803, John Hardaman, J.P. Recorded 27 Aug 1806. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book E, p. 76.)2
Birth of Son16 Apr 1803 His son Charles Sims was born on 16 Apr 1803 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia
Land Lottery*3 Feb 1804 He was a fortunate drawer in the land lottery for Revolutionary War Soldiers on 3 Feb 1804 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia.5 
Death of Fathersay 1805 His father Charles Sims died say 1805 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia.1 
Guardian*Jan 1805 He was appointed after the death of John A. McElroy, guardian of Esther McElroy and Harvey McElroy in Jan 1805 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, (Third Monday in Jan 1805, Wiley Sims appointed guardian to Ester McElroy and Harvey McElroy, orphans and minors of John McElroy, deceased, Charles McElroy and Simon Hencock, sureties. (The National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume 41, Orphans of Oglethorpe Co., Ga., 1794-1806, Page 77.)6
Deed12 Oct 1805 He was a previous land owner in the deed granted by Charles Sims on 12 Oct 1805 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, (Charles Sims, Junr. of Oglethorpe Co., Ga., to Samuel Brightwell of Elbert Co., Ga., for $400, in Oglethorpe Co., but in Wilkes Co., when surveyed… 100 acres is part of tract granted to Reuben McElroy by Gov. George Mathews, 7 Mar 1794, recorded in Book BBBB, folio 808 & sold by Reuben McElroy to Wiley Sims & by Wiley Sims to Charles Sims. /s/ Charles Simes. Wit: Jesse Bridges, John Luckie, J.P. Recorded 18 Aug 1806. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book E, p. 63.)2
Deed10 Dec 1805 He was party to a deed on 10 Dec 1805 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

Wiley Sims & Mary, his wife, to Anthony Garnett Smith, all of Oglethorpe Co., for $900, all tract where Wiley Sims now lives on Golden Grove Creek in said co., 300 acres, 200 acres granted to James McElroy, 24 Feb 1775, vacant on all sides when orig. surveyed in Wilkes Co., … on Saml. Brightwell's line… Also, 100 acres, part of tract grant to Reuben McLeroy, 7 Mar 1794, adj. above tract… on Saml. Brightwell's line… on Joseph Embree's line… /s/ Wiley Sims, Mary (x) Sims. Wit: Joel Barnett, Garnett Andrews, William Andrews, James Noell. Oglethorpe Co.: proved by William Andrews, 20 Jan 1806, Alexr. McEwen, J.P. Recorded 27 Feb 1806. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book E, p. 17.) 
Deed*31 Jan 1809  An unknown person and Wiley Henry Sims witnessed a deed on 31 Jan 1809 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, (Jesse Bridges to Berry J. Bridges, both of Oglethorpe Co., for $180, on Beaverdam Creek waters in said co., 60 acres… /s/ Jesse Bridges. Wit: Wiley Sims, Baynes Bridges, A. Ponder, J.P. Recorded 3 Jul 1813, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book H, p. 140.)7
Deed11 Oct 1815 He was party to a deed on 11 Oct 1815 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

James Bridges, Senr. to Jacob Bridges, both of Oglethorpe Co., for $400 on Clouds Creek waters in said co., 200 acres… /s/ James (x) Bridges. Wit: James J. Wilson, Wiley Sims, George Crawford, Abner Ponder, J.P. Recorded 24 Oct 1815, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book H, p. 428.) 
Deed11 Oct 1815 He witnessed a deed grant on 11 Oct 1815 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

James Bridges, Senr. to Jacob Bridges, both of Oglethorpe Co., for $400, on Clouds Creek waters in said co., 200 acres, beg. red oak, S70W 45 ch. to red oak, S20E 45 ch. to post oak, N70E 45 ch. to post oak, N20W 45 ch. to beg. (signed) James (x) Bridges. Wit: James J. Wilson, Wiley Sims, George Crawford, Abner Ponder, J.P. Recorded 24 Oct. 1815, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., Ga. Deed Book H, 1812 - 1816, p. 428.)8
 
Birth of Son5 Sep 1816 His son Andrew J. Sims was born on 5 Sep 1816 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia
Deed4 Jul 1817 He witnessed a deed grant on 4 Jul 1817 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

Gresham Herren, exor. Of the estate of Humphrey Hendrick, dec'd., to Hugh Hendrick, both of Oglethorpe Co., for $301, 200 acres in said co. on Broad River waters... /s/ Gresham Herren, exr. Wit: Phillip P. Colbert, Wiley Sims, Britton Stamps, J.P. Recorded 8 Sep 1818, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book J, p. 24.)7 
Deed22 Jan 1818 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted on 22 Jan 1818 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

John Bullock to Joseph Huddleston, both of said co., for $500, 60 acres on Beaverdam Creek waters in said co., adj. Wiley Sims, Nathaniel Borum, Berry J. Bridges, & heirs of John Pope… dividing John Bullock & Nathaniel Borum… More's old line… Pope's line… Joseph Huddleston… /s/ Jno. Bullock. Wit: Nathaniel Borum, Jos. Hawkins. Proved by Nathaniel Borum, 12 Jan 1819, Wm. L. Ponder, J.P. Recorded 30 Jan 1819, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book J, p. 100.)9 
Deed7 Oct 1818 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted on 7 Oct 1818 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

Joseph Huddleston to John Huddleston, both of said co., for $500, 60 acres on Beaverdam Creek waters in said co., adj. Wiley Sims, Nathaniel Borum, Berry J. Bridges, & heirs of John Pope… More's old line… Pope's line… /s/ Joseph Huddleston. Wit: John Brooks, H. F. Goss, J.P. Recorded 22 Jan 1819, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book J, p. 97.)10 
Deed8 Feb 1819 He witnessed a deed grant on 8 Feb 1819 at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia,

John Oliver of Abeville Co., SC to Mathew Galloway of Oglethorpe CO., Ga., for $500, in Oglethorpe Co. on Beaverdam waters a branch of Broad River, 220 acres… Pope's line… McCree's line… to McCamon… part of 1500 acres granted to James McComon 14 Feb 1788. /s/ John Oliver. Test: William Galloway, Wiley Sims, Wm. L. Ponder, J.P. Recorded 30 Jan 1819, Isaac Collier, clk. (Oglethorpe Co., GA, Deed Book J, p. 100.)11 
1820 Census*7 Aug 1820 Wiley was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia. All of the enumerated people in this household could be accounted for. However, there is a census count of only one Free White Male age 0-10, while this genealogy includes two: Wiley Hartsfield Sims (1811-1871) and Andrew J. Sims (1816-1870). Thus, it is quite possible that one of these two names was not a member of this household..12 
Death*5 Oct 1828 He died on 5 Oct 1828. 

Family

Mary Hartsfield (17 Apr 1774 - circa 1855)
Marriage*24 May 1796 He married Mary Hartsfield at Oglethorpe Co., Georgia, on 24 May 1796.3 
Children
Last Edited22 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2001 - 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Corine Simms Reynolds (#45262), (deceased 2005).
  2. Michael Martin Farmer, Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books A-E, 1794-1809, Farmer.
  3. Frances Terry Ingmire, Oglethorpe County. Georgia Marriages Records, 1795-1852, , Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8175 V2i.
    Page 50, "Wiley Sims and Mary Hartsfield 05/24/1796."
  4. Florrie Carter Smith, History of Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Washington, GA: Wilkes Pub. Co., 1972, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8175 H2s supp..
    Page 241, "1800 Census from Misc Records Book in office of Clerk of Superior Court"
    Captain Lee's District, Oglethorpe Co., GA
    Wylie Sims, 2 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 M45+, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26.
  5. Martha Lou Houston, Land Lottery List of Oglethorpe Co. GA, 1804 and Hancock Co., GA, 1806, Columbus, GA 1928.
  6. Michael Martin Farmer, Wilkes Co., GA Deed Books A - VV, 1784 - 1806, Farmer Genealogy, Dallas.
  7. Michael Martin Farmer, Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books F-J, 1809-1820, Farmer.
  8. Michael Martin Farmer, Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books F-J, 1809-1820, Farmer.
    Page 188.
  9. Michael Martin Farmer, Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books F-J, 1809-1820, Farmer.
    pages 338-339.
  10. Michael Martin Farmer, Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books F-J, 1809-1820, Farmer.
    pages 337-338.
  11. Michael Martin Farmer, Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books F-J, 1809-1820, Farmer.
    page 341.
  12. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 181, Oglethorpe Co., GA, Ancestry.com image 12 of 28
    1 M0-10, 1 M16-18, 4 M16-26, 1M45+, 2 F0-10, 3 F10-16, 1 F16-25, 1 F45+, 4 agr, 7 slaves.