William Harvey Wood1

M, b. 20 May 1817, d. 25 September 1878
Father*Absalom Wood1 b. 1782, d. 10 Mar 1824
Mother*Jane Abrams1 b. 5 Sep 1771, d. 1854

Family

Leannah Susannah Utter b. 1827
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     William Harvey Wood was born on 20 May 1817 at Clermont, Ohio.1 He married Leannah Susannah Utter, daughter of Dowty Utter, on 26 March 1846 at Clermont, Ohio.2 William Harvey Wood died on 25 September 1878 at Washington Township, Clermont, Ohio, at age 61.1
Last Edited12 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S29] Clermont Co. Genealogical Society, History of Clermont Co, Page 363.
  2. [S29] Clermont Co. Genealogical Society, History of Clermont Co, William H., who married a daughter of Dowry Utter, and died in Washington in the fall of 1879.

Hannah unknown1

F

Family

John Wood Sr. b. bt 1734 - 1740, d. 30 Jan 1799
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Hannah unknown married John Wood Sr.1 Hannah unknown died; John Wood's wife was alive but not named in his will that was written on 10 March 1796, in Derry Township, Mifflin County PA. She was very possibly still alive in 1803/4 after the probate of her husband's estate, as there is no record of a charge on the estate for a coffin and burial such as noted for John Wood, Sr. and his daughter Mary. Their four sons, Joseph, John, Jeriah, and David were made fully responsible for their mother's maintenance and welfare under the terms of the will, dated March 10, 1796.1,2
     Her married name was Wood.1
Last Edited9 Apr 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File, Sheet for John Wood, Sr.
  2. [S432] John Wood Sr's Will unknown file number.
  3. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  4. [S29] Clermont Co. Genealogical Society, History of Clermont Co.

Richard Manning1

M, b. circa 1771, d. 1852
Father*Nathan Manning d. 1808
Mother*Jane unknown d. 1808

Family

Catherine Wood d. a 1796
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Richard Manning was born circa 1771 at Pennsylvania.1 He married Catherine Wood, daughter of John Wood Sr. and Hannah unknown.1 Richard Manning died in 1852 at Neville, Clermont, Ohio.1
Last Edited5 Aug 2006

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.

Joseph Wood1

M, b. circa 1762, d. 1849
Father*John Wood Sr.1 b. bt 1734 - 1740, d. 30 Jan 1799
Mother*Hannah unknown1

Family

Phebe Waits b. c 1787, d. 14 Sep 1858
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Joseph Wood was born circa 1762.1 He married Phebe Waits.1 Joseph Wood died in 1849 at Clermont, Ohio.1
     He Patricia R. Donaldson states that there are several men in Clermont Co., OH of this name and no conclusive proof to connect this son with correct vital data, He appears in his father's will of 1796 and prior to that he appears on the 1785, 1786, & 1787 Tax Lists for Northumberland Co., PA, and the 1791 Beaver Twp. Tax list, Northumberland Co., PA. [Mifflin Co., PA Wills, 1:70; Northumberland Co., TX lists 1785-87; 1st Fed. Census (1790) Northumberland Co., PA, p. 191, col. 1; 1790 Beaver Twp. Northumberland Co., PA Tax list.] He appeared on the census of 1790 in the household of John Wood Sr. at Northumberland, Pennsylvania;

US Census 1790: WOODS & MANNING Families in Northumberland Co. PA

Living adjacent to each other were:
Elisha Manning: 1 male and 1 female 16 or over
Nathan Manning: 5 males 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 4 females
John Woods Jr.: 1 male 6 or over, 4 males under 16, 1 female
Joseph Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 3 males under 18, 2 females
John Woods Sr.: 1 male 16 or over, 4 females
Jereah Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 1 male under 18, 3 females
Abraham Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 3 females
Levy Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 3 females

The Mannings are sons-in-law to John Sr. Abraham is believed to be maried to John Sr's daughter Anna. The relationship of Levy is unknown at this time.

Note, at least two other John Woods families were found in this area in the 1790 census.2
Last Edited8 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S689] 1790 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  3. [S445] Millie Emmit, "EMail Millie Emmitt 030320", Ancestral File.
  4. [S55] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, was age 30 when married to Lizzie Snell on 14 Feb 1867.

Phebe Waits1,2

F, b. circa 1787, d. 14 September 1858

Family

Joseph Wood b. c 1762, d. 1849
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Phebe Waits was born circa 1787.3 She married Joseph Wood, son of John Wood Sr. and Hannah unknown.2 Phebe Waits died on 14 September 1858 at Virginia.3
     Phebe Waits was also known as Febba Waits.3 Her married name was Wood.2
Last Edited3 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. Not sure of Phebe's surname.
  2. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  3. [S445] Millie Emmit, "EMail Millie Emmitt 030320", Ancestral File.
  4. [S55] 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, was age 30 when married to Lizzie Snell on 14 Feb 1867.

Anna Wood1

F, b. circa 1763, d. after 1796
Father*John Wood Sr.1 b. bt 1734 - 1740, d. 30 Jan 1799
Mother*Hannah unknown1

Family

Abraham Wood
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Anna Wood was born circa 1763.1 She married Abraham Wood circa 1778.1 Anna Wood died after 1796 at Mifflin, Pennsylvania;
It is not clear when Anna died. Was she already dead when her father John Wood Sr. wrote his will in 1796? in any vent she had died by 1804.

In his will written in 1796, John Wood Sr. left a portion of his estate to Anar's [Anna] children John and Jean. It would be unusual to leave the grandchildren anything while their mother and father were still alive. But later in the will John "bequeath[ed] to my Daughter Anar one Silver Doler."

Later Anna's husband Abraham Wood petitioned petitioned the Mifflin Co. Orphan's Court for appointment of a guardian for his daughter, Jean Wood, under age 14 a minor heir of John Wood, Sr. His son John, over 3 age 14 petitioned the Court 24 April 1804 for the appointment of his father, Abraham Wood as guardian ad litem. I assume this was to allow him (Abraham) to manage the estate left to his children by their grandfather.1,2

     Anna Wood was also known as Anar.1
Last Edited8 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S432] John Wood Sr's Will unknown file number.
  3. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.

Abraham Wood1

M

Family

Anna Wood b. c 1763, d. a 1796
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Abraham Wood married Anna Wood, daughter of John Wood Sr. and Hannah unknown, circa 1778.1
     Abraham Wood appeared on the census of 1790 in the household of John Wood Sr. at Northumberland, Pennsylvania;

US Census 1790: WOODS & MANNING Families in Northumberland Co. PA

Living adjacent to each other were:
Elisha Manning: 1 male and 1 female 16 or over
Nathan Manning: 5 males 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 4 females
John Woods Jr.: 1 male 6 or over, 4 males under 16, 1 female
Joseph Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 3 males under 18, 2 females
John Woods Sr.: 1 male 16 or over, 4 females
Jereah Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 1 male under 18, 3 females
Abraham Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 3 females
Levy Woods: 1 male 16 or over, 1 male under 16, 3 females

The Mannings are sons-in-law to John Sr. Abraham is believed to be maried to John Sr's daughter Anna. The relationship of Levy is unknown at this time.

Note, at least two other John Woods families were found in this area in the 1790 census.2
Abraham Wood On 23 April 1804, in Mifflin Co., PA, Abraham Wood petitioned Mifflin Co. Orphan's Court for appointment of a guardian for his daughter, Jean Wood, under age 14 a minor heir of John Wood, Sr. His son John, over 3 age 14 petitioned the Court 24 April 1804 for the appointment of his father, Abraham Wood as guardian ad litem. on 23 April 1804 at Mifflin, Pennsylvania.3,4
Last Edited8 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S689] 1790 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  3. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.
  4. [S432] John Wood Sr's Will unknown file number, A portion of John Wood Sr's estate was left to his daughter's children John and Jean.

Elizabeth Wood1

F, b. 9 September 1774, d. 13 August 1847
Father*John Wood Sr.1 b. bt 1734 - 1740, d. 30 Jan 1799
Mother*Hannah unknown1

Family

John Manning Sr. b. 22 Oct 1769, d. 1 Oct 1861
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Elizabeth Wood was born on 9 September 1774 at Elizabeth, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.1 She married John Manning Sr., son of Nathan Manning and Jane unknown, circa 1793 at Northumberland, Pennsylvania.1 Elizabeth Wood died on 13 August 1847 at Washington Township, Clermont, Ohio, at age 72.1 She was buried at Private Wood Cemetery, Turkey Road, Clermont, Ohio.1
     She was a witness David Wood, Sr. was the youngest of four sons of John Wood, Sr., who died in Derry Township, Mifflin County, PA, shortly before March 8, 1799, and his wife (name unknown), who was living at that time and probably after the probate of her late husband's estate in 1803. Although David's birthplace in 1764 is unknown, his son Joseph Wood's obituary in the Clermont Sun of November 7, 1877 states that his father was "raised in Pennsylvania." This tallies with the record of the Order of Survey #5012 granted to John Wood on 31 May 1768 for 80 acres in Derry Township then in Cumberland County, PA, later Mifflin County, PA. Nothing is known of David's life until his Revolutionary War service in the 7th Virginia Regiment. After the War he appears to have settled for a time in Frederick County, where he met and married LOUISA SMITH/SCHMIDT on February 15, 1793.

David Wood, Sr., his wife Louisa, and at least two children, Elizabeth and Mary Wood, joined the Wood-Manning migratory group in Mason County, KY ca. 1795-6, where he is of record in the tax list of 1796 with 1 male aged over 21 years, 3 horses and 5 cows. The interrelated group consisted basically of the married sons and daughters of two Pennsylvania settlers of the middle 1700's, John Wood, Sr. of Beaver and Penn's Townships, Northumberland County and Derry Township in Cumberland County, later Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, and his friend and sometime neighbor, Nathan or Nathaniel Manning of Beaver and Penn's Townships, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania with wife Jane. Nathan Manning outlived his friend, John Wood, Sr. by nine years and lived to see his large family settled in Clermont County, OH, where he died August, 1808.

Among the group of settlers were John Wood, Jr and wife Margaret, Jeriah and Mary (Manning) Wood, John and Elizabeth (Wood) Manning, Joshua and Martha (Wood) Manning, and bachelor Nathan Manning, Jr.

John Wood, Jr had been the first known of the family to settle in Mason County, KY ca. 1792/3, where he was of record on tax lists from 1793-97. The John and Joshua Manning families of record in Mason County in the 1795-1797 tax lists had joined John Wood, Jr. in Mason County ca. 1794/5. The Jeriah Wood family appears on the Mason County tax lists of 1796 and 1797.

The Wood and Manning family group crossed the Ohio River and established a fortified "station" or stockaded settlement similar to those along the frontier in Kentucky in the Virginia Military District near Big Indian Creek on land actually owned by Thomas Buckner (Survey #1087) in the southern area of the Northwest Territory, later Clermont County, Ohio. There they built rough log cabins enclosed by a fortified stockade. The settlement called "Wood and Manning's Station" was near a free flowing spring still visible today west of Collier Road in Washington Township, a mile east of Calvary Methodist Church on Route 756.

In the early 1800's according to the research of Richard Scamyhorn and John Steinle (Stockades in the Wilderness) and noted genealogist, Patricia Donaldson, an expert on this area and its settlers, the Deputy Surveyor for the Virginia Military District, Nathaniel Massie, asserted the legal ownership of the Buckner Survey to remove the Woods and Mannings from what was actually a "squatter" settlement. Shortly thereafter, the various Wood and Manning families received title to other nearby lands to compensate them for improvements made on the Buckner tract. [Mifflin Co., PA will Bk. I:70, File # 5023 (John Woods, Sr.) The Clermont Sun, Neville, OH, 7 Nov., 1877]
with David Wood Sr.2 Her married name was Manning.1
Last Edited9 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.

John Manning Sr.1

M, b. 22 October 1769, d. 1 October 1861
Father*Nathan Manning1 d. 1808
Mother*Jane unknown1 d. 1808

Family

Elizabeth Wood b. 9 Sep 1774, d. 13 Aug 1847
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     John Manning Sr. was born on 22 October 1769 at Newton, Sussex, New Jersey.1 He married Elizabeth Wood, daughter of John Wood Sr. and Hannah unknown, circa 1793 at Northumberland, Pennsylvania.1 John Manning Sr. died on 1 October 1861 at Livertyville, Jefferson, Iowa, at age 91.1
     He was a witness David Wood, Sr. was the youngest of four sons of John Wood, Sr., who died in Derry Township, Mifflin County, PA, shortly before March 8, 1799, and his wife (name unknown), who was living at that time and probably after the probate of her late husband's estate in 1803. Although David's birthplace in 1764 is unknown, his son Joseph Wood's obituary in the Clermont Sun of November 7, 1877 states that his father was "raised in Pennsylvania." This tallies with the record of the Order of Survey #5012 granted to John Wood on 31 May 1768 for 80 acres in Derry Township then in Cumberland County, PA, later Mifflin County, PA. Nothing is known of David's life until his Revolutionary War service in the 7th Virginia Regiment. After the War he appears to have settled for a time in Frederick County, where he met and married LOUISA SMITH/SCHMIDT on February 15, 1793.

David Wood, Sr., his wife Louisa, and at least two children, Elizabeth and Mary Wood, joined the Wood-Manning migratory group in Mason County, KY ca. 1795-6, where he is of record in the tax list of 1796 with 1 male aged over 21 years, 3 horses and 5 cows. The interrelated group consisted basically of the married sons and daughters of two Pennsylvania settlers of the middle 1700's, John Wood, Sr. of Beaver and Penn's Townships, Northumberland County and Derry Township in Cumberland County, later Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, and his friend and sometime neighbor, Nathan or Nathaniel Manning of Beaver and Penn's Townships, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania with wife Jane. Nathan Manning outlived his friend, John Wood, Sr. by nine years and lived to see his large family settled in Clermont County, OH, where he died August, 1808.

Among the group of settlers were John Wood, Jr and wife Margaret, Jeriah and Mary (Manning) Wood, John and Elizabeth (Wood) Manning, Joshua and Martha (Wood) Manning, and bachelor Nathan Manning, Jr.

John Wood, Jr had been the first known of the family to settle in Mason County, KY ca. 1792/3, where he was of record on tax lists from 1793-97. The John and Joshua Manning families of record in Mason County in the 1795-1797 tax lists had joined John Wood, Jr. in Mason County ca. 1794/5. The Jeriah Wood family appears on the Mason County tax lists of 1796 and 1797.

The Wood and Manning family group crossed the Ohio River and established a fortified "station" or stockaded settlement similar to those along the frontier in Kentucky in the Virginia Military District near Big Indian Creek on land actually owned by Thomas Buckner (Survey #1087) in the southern area of the Northwest Territory, later Clermont County, Ohio. There they built rough log cabins enclosed by a fortified stockade. The settlement called "Wood and Manning's Station" was near a free flowing spring still visible today west of Collier Road in Washington Township, a mile east of Calvary Methodist Church on Route 756.

In the early 1800's according to the research of Richard Scamyhorn and John Steinle (Stockades in the Wilderness) and noted genealogist, Patricia Donaldson, an expert on this area and its settlers, the Deputy Surveyor for the Virginia Military District, Nathaniel Massie, asserted the legal ownership of the Buckner Survey to remove the Woods and Mannings from what was actually a "squatter" settlement. Shortly thereafter, the various Wood and Manning families received title to other nearby lands to compensate them for improvements made on the Buckner tract. [Mifflin Co., PA will Bk. I:70, File # 5023 (John Woods, Sr.) The Clermont Sun, Neville, OH, 7 Nov., 1877]
with David Wood Sr.2 John Manning Sr. lived; John went from New Jersey to Pennsylvania to Mason Co, Kentucky
(ca. 1795/6) to Ohio to Iowa.1
Last Edited9 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.

Joshua Manning1

M, b. between 1773 and 1776, d. 1834
Father*Nathan Manning1 d. 1808
Mother*Jane unknown1 d. 1808

Family

Martha Wood b. c 1775, d. a 1841
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Joshua Manning was born between 1773 and 1776.1 He married Martha Wood, daughter of John Wood Sr. and Hannah unknown, circa 1793.1 Joshua Manning died in 1834 at Davies, Indiana.1 His estate was probated in 1834 at Davies, Indiana; Inventory of Estate taken 30 Oct. 1834; Sale: 31 Oct. 1834; Deed from heirs: 19 Apr. 1836. Final accounting 8 Feb. 1841. Davies Co., Probate.2
     He was a witness David Wood, Sr. was the youngest of four sons of John Wood, Sr., who died in Derry Township, Mifflin County, PA, shortly before March 8, 1799, and his wife (name unknown), who was living at that time and probably after the probate of her late husband's estate in 1803. Although David's birthplace in 1764 is unknown, his son Joseph Wood's obituary in the Clermont Sun of November 7, 1877 states that his father was "raised in Pennsylvania." This tallies with the record of the Order of Survey #5012 granted to John Wood on 31 May 1768 for 80 acres in Derry Township then in Cumberland County, PA, later Mifflin County, PA. Nothing is known of David's life until his Revolutionary War service in the 7th Virginia Regiment. After the War he appears to have settled for a time in Frederick County, where he met and married LOUISA SMITH/SCHMIDT on February 15, 1793.

David Wood, Sr., his wife Louisa, and at least two children, Elizabeth and Mary Wood, joined the Wood-Manning migratory group in Mason County, KY ca. 1795-6, where he is of record in the tax list of 1796 with 1 male aged over 21 years, 3 horses and 5 cows. The interrelated group consisted basically of the married sons and daughters of two Pennsylvania settlers of the middle 1700's, John Wood, Sr. of Beaver and Penn's Townships, Northumberland County and Derry Township in Cumberland County, later Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, and his friend and sometime neighbor, Nathan or Nathaniel Manning of Beaver and Penn's Townships, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania with wife Jane. Nathan Manning outlived his friend, John Wood, Sr. by nine years and lived to see his large family settled in Clermont County, OH, where he died August, 1808.

Among the group of settlers were John Wood, Jr and wife Margaret, Jeriah and Mary (Manning) Wood, John and Elizabeth (Wood) Manning, Joshua and Martha (Wood) Manning, and bachelor Nathan Manning, Jr.

John Wood, Jr had been the first known of the family to settle in Mason County, KY ca. 1792/3, where he was of record on tax lists from 1793-97. The John and Joshua Manning families of record in Mason County in the 1795-1797 tax lists had joined John Wood, Jr. in Mason County ca. 1794/5. The Jeriah Wood family appears on the Mason County tax lists of 1796 and 1797.

The Wood and Manning family group crossed the Ohio River and established a fortified "station" or stockaded settlement similar to those along the frontier in Kentucky in the Virginia Military District near Big Indian Creek on land actually owned by Thomas Buckner (Survey #1087) in the southern area of the Northwest Territory, later Clermont County, Ohio. There they built rough log cabins enclosed by a fortified stockade. The settlement called "Wood and Manning's Station" was near a free flowing spring still visible today west of Collier Road in Washington Township, a mile east of Calvary Methodist Church on Route 756.

In the early 1800's according to the research of Richard Scamyhorn and John Steinle (Stockades in the Wilderness) and noted genealogist, Patricia Donaldson, an expert on this area and its settlers, the Deputy Surveyor for the Virginia Military District, Nathaniel Massie, asserted the legal ownership of the Buckner Survey to remove the Woods and Mannings from what was actually a "squatter" settlement. Shortly thereafter, the various Wood and Manning families received title to other nearby lands to compensate them for improvements made on the Buckner tract. [Mifflin Co., PA will Bk. I:70, File # 5023 (John Woods, Sr.) The Clermont Sun, Neville, OH, 7 Nov., 1877]
with David Wood Sr.2 Joshua Manning lived between 1795 and 1797 at Mason, Kentucky; was on tax list of Mason Co Ky 1795, 1796 & 1797.1 He was appointed constable in January 1801 at Washington Township, Clermont, Ohio.1 He witnessed the will of Jeriah Wood in 1805 at Clermont, Ohio.1
Last Edited9 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.

Mary Wood1

F, d. between 10 March 1796 and 3 April 1804
Father*John Wood Sr.1 b. bt 1734 - 1740, d. 30 Jan 1799
Mother*Hannah unknown1
ChartsDescendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Mary Wood was born. She died between 10 March 1796 and 3 April 1804 at Mifflin, Pennsylvania; She was named in her father, John Wood Sr.'s will dated in 1796 but died before 3 April 1804, in Mifflin Co., PA, when the bill for her coffin was charged to the estate of John Wood, Sr.1,2
Last Edited9 Apr 2013

Citations

  1. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  2. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.

Julia Ann West1

F, b. 9 June 1824, d. 9 October 1852

Family

Archiblad Worley Blaine b. 14 Oct 1814, d. 7 Jul 1876
     Julia Ann West was born on 9 June 1824; calculated from information on headstone. She married Archiblad Worley Blaine before 1852; This was taken from "Cemeteries of Johnson County, Iowa: NE Townships"
Oakland Cemetery, Solon
A.W. Blain
b Carlisle, PA
Oct 4, 1814 - July 7, 1876

Juliann,
wife (of) A.W.
died Oct. 19, 1852.

Julia Ann West died on 9 October 1852 at Oakland Cemetary, Johnson, Iowa, at age 28. She died on 19 October 1852 at Oakland Cemetary, Johnson, Iowa, at age 28; Taken from "Cemeteries of Johnson County, Iowa: NE Townships."

     Her married name was Blaine. Julia Ann West was also known as Juliann.
Last Edited31 Jan 2005

Citations

  1. Unknown DAR record indicates Worley Archibald Blaine (1813-1877) married Julia A. West (1825-1852).

Mary Margaret Mixson1

F
Father*Mack C. Mixson1 b. 26 Jul 1880, d. 18 Dec 1965
Mother*Edna Lenora 'Nonie' Dowling1 b. 14 Mar 1891
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS (#1)
Descendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS (#2)
Last Edited11 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 553.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Guy Jefferson Dowling1

M
Father*Wade Hampton Dowling2 b. 14 Oct 1876, d. 4 Jun 1938
Mother*Laura Bassett2 b. 26 Jun 1883, d. 26 Jun 1960
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS (#1)
Descendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS (#2)
Last Edited14 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 553 & Addendum 654.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Jimmy Dowling1

M
Father*Guy Jefferson Dowling1
Mother*Mary Margaret Mixson1
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Larry Dowling1

M
Father*Guy Jefferson Dowling1
Mother*Mary Margaret Mixson1
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Margaret Ann Dowling1

F
Father*Guy Jefferson Dowling1
Mother*Mary Margaret Mixson1
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Wade Hampton Dowling1

M, b. 14 October 1876, d. 4 June 1938
Father*Oliver Perry Dowling2 b. 27 Dec 1833, d. 15 Feb 1885
Mother*Henrietta Googe3 b. 3 Sep 1848, d. 20 Nov 1918

Family

Laura Bassett b. 26 Jun 1883, d. 26 Jun 1960
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Tombstone - DOWLING Wade Hampton 1876-1938
     Wade Hampton Dowling was born on 14 October 1876 at Hampton, South Carolina.4 He married Laura Bassett on 14 March 1906; year of marriage is uncertain.5 Wade Hampton Dowling died on 4 June 1938 at Brunson, Hampton, South Carolina, at age 61.6 He was buried after 4 June 1968 at Dowling Cemetery, Brunson, Hampton, South Carolina.6
     He OLIVER PERRY'S SIXTH CHILD by his two wives was born October 14, 1876, and named for Robert E. Lee's famed cavalry commander, Wade Hampton. This boy was WADE HAMPTON Dowling . . . appropriately born in the new South Carolina County that had been named for Carolinian Hampton . . . The majority of Dowling's life was spent in the retail grocery
and meat business in the towns of Brunson and Fairfax. On March 14 (1906?) he married Laura Bassett. Their only son, GUY JEFFERSON is Assistant Superintendent of Stations for F. E. C Railroad in St. Augustine. (For other descendants see Addendum 664. Laura's birthdate was June 26, 1883; her parents were Anna Googe and Michael Bassett. She lives in Thomasville, North Carolina. WADE died June 4, 1938, and was buried near Brunson in the Dowling Cemetery.) on 14 October 1876 at Hampton, South Carolina.7 He appeared on the census of 19 June 1880 in the household of Oliver Perry Dowling and Henrietta Googe at Allendale, Branwell, South Carolina.8
Last Edited25 Jun 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Page 33-34.
  4. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323 & Page 34.
  5. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Page 34, Chart 323 & Addendum 654.
  6. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 34.
  7. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 34, Chart 323-R and Addendum 664.
  8. [S755] 19 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Laura Bassett1

F, b. 26 June 1883, d. 26 June 1960

Family

Wade Hampton Dowling b. 14 Oct 1876, d. 4 Jun 1938
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
     Laura Bassett was born on 26 June 1883. This date taken from her tombstone in Dowling Cemetery near Brunson, Hampton Co. SC. She was shown as age 28 in 1910 and as 46 in 1930 Hampton Co. US Census. She married Wade Hampton Dowling, son of Oliver Perry Dowling and Henrietta Googe, on 14 March 1906; year of marriage is uncertain.2 Laura Bassett died on 26 June 1960 at Brunson, Hampton, South Carolina, at age 77. This date was taken from her tombstone in the Dowling Cemetery.
     Her married name was Dowling.1
Last Edited14 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323 & Addendum 654.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Page 34, Chart 323 & Addendum 654.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Anna Sue Dowling1

F, b. circa 1916, d. 1956
Father*Wade Hampton Dowling1 b. 14 Oct 1876, d. 4 Jun 1938
Mother*Laura Bassett1 b. 26 Jun 1883, d. 26 Jun 1960
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Tombstone of Anna Sue Dowling Bonner 1913-1956
     Anna Sue Dowling was born circa 1916 at Hampton, South Carolina; age 14 in 1930 US Census. She died in 1956 at Hampton, South Carolina. Date takne from her tombstone in the Dowling Cemetery.
     Her married name was Bonner.1
Last Edited25 Jun 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Emmitt H Bonner

M

Family

Anna Sue Dowling b. c 1916, d. 1956
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited14 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Anna Claire Bonner1

F
Father*Emmitt H Bonner1
Mother*Anna Sue Dowling1 b. c 1916, d. 1956

Family

unknown Lane
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited14 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

unknown Lane1

M
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Nettie Dowling1

F
Father*Wade Hampton Dowling1 b. 14 Oct 1876, d. 4 Jun 1938
Mother*Laura Bassett1 b. 26 Jun 1883, d. 26 Jun 1960
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited14 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

C. Murphy Crosby1

M
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Annette Crosby1

F
Father*C. Murphy Crosby1
Mother*Nettie Dowling1
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

unknown Rumple1

M
Last Edited25 Apr 1998

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Addendum 654.

Helen Hattie Lee Mixson1

F
Father*Mack C. Mixson1 b. 26 Jul 1880, d. 18 Dec 1965
Mother*Edna Lenora 'Nonie' Dowling1 b. 14 Mar 1891

Family 1

Curt Swofford

Family 2

Berkley Farrell
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Last Edited11 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 553.