Edwin Adelbert Locke

M, b. 3 November 1843, d. 19 November 1929
Father*Edwin Orletus Locke1 b. 20 Nov 1820, d. 1853
Mother*Mahala Nahana Fish1 b. 30 Nov 1820, d. 1906

Family 1

Margaret Cook d. 18 Apr 1873
Children

Family 2

Mary Elizabeth Kennedy b. Dec 1847, d. 27 May 1911
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Sir William LOCKE of England
     Edwin Adelbert Locke was born on 3 November 1843 at Cattaraugus, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.1 He married Margaret Cook on 5 July 1864 at Buffalo, Erie, New York, United States.2,3 Edwin Adelbert Locke married Mary Elizabeth Kennedy, daughter of James Kennedy and Bridget Martin, on 11 October 1874 at Holy Cross Cathedral, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.4,5,6
Edwin Adelbert Locke died on 19 November 1929 at Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States, at age 86. He was buried after 19 November 1929 at Glenwood Cemetery, Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.
     Edwin Adelbert Locke also went by the name of Sweetie. He and Mahala Nahana Fish lived after 1850 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States.2 Edwin Adelbert Locke appeared on the census of 21 August 1850 in the household of Edwin Orletus Locke and Mahala Nahana Fish at Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.7 Edwin Adelbert Locke witnessed the Milt-Note of an unknown person between 1862 and 1865.8 He began military service on 26 May 1862 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, enlisted a a Private in Company E, 84th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

He was described at enlistment as age 19 years, height 6 fet 1 inches, clmplexion light, hair brown and eyes blue.3 He ended military service on 20 September 1862 at Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, United States.3 He lived after 1865 at New York, United States.2 He and Edwin Albert Allie Locke lived before 1875 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.2 Edwin Adelbert Locke was author on 6 June 1900.4
Edwin Adelbert Locke and Mary Elizabeth Kennedy appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Chelsea, Sufflok, Massachusetts, United States.4 Edwin Adelbert Locke was Dramatic Writer on 14 June 1900.5
Edwin Adelbert Locke and Mary Elizabeth Kennedy appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 at Enfield Township, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.5
Edwin Adelbert Locke appeared on the census of 3 January 1920 at Enfield Township, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.9,10 He was occupation listed as "None" on 3 January 1920.9
Last Edited5 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S465] Unknown compiler, "Familysearch.org Edwin A Locke", Ancestral File.
  2. [S478] Letter, Mary Killoran to Walter Wood, 20 Apr 2005.
  3. [S477] Jerry Harrison, "Jerry Harrison Research", Ancestral File.
  4. [S473] Census, 1900, MA. Suffolk, Chelsea.
  5. [S474] 1900, Census, NH, Grafton, Enfield Twsp.
  6. [S477] Jerry Harrison, "Jerry Harrison Research", Ancestral File, The marriage ceremony with Edwin A. Locke and Mary Kennedy was performed by Rev. Father Metcalf, Holy Cross Cathedral, Boston, Massachusetts.
  7. [S472] Census, 1850, NY, Cattaraugus Co.
  8. [S478] Letter, Mary Killoran to Walter Wood, 20 Apr 2005, Then he went off in the Union Army at age 16. He was too young to enlist but he was 6' 4" and strong so they took him (he lied about his age to sign the papers). He was in the 64th Ohio (I think that's what it was called.). They headed south in the war and guarded bridges. Then he was assigned to escort a young guy with small pox home from the war. They got back to Ohio and it turned out the guy only had chicken pox. Sweetie returned to his group down south but the war ended right after that.
  9. [S466] Census, 1920, NH, Grafton, Enfield Twsp.
  10. [S477] Jerry Harrison, "Jerry Harrison Research", Ancestral File, became a playwright in 1879 ("Nobody's Claim" and "Uncle Daniel").
  11. [S478] Letter, Mary Killoran to Walter Wood, 20 Apr 2005, daughter and mother died in same epidemic.
  12. [S473] Census, 1900, MA. Suffolk, Chelsea, Census shows that Mary E. Locke has six children with five living. Five children were listed in this Census.

Anne Thigpen

F
Father*William G. Thigpen
ChartsDescendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
Last Edited7 Dec 1997

Nancy Thigpen

F
Father*William G. Thigpen
ChartsDescendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
Last Edited7 Dec 1997

Lawson L Thigpen

M
Father*Casey Verner Thigpen b. 26 Jul 1898, d. 20 Aug 1974
Mother*Sarah Cole Kittrel
ChartsDescendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
Last Edited17 Jul 2013

William G. Thigpen

M
Father*Thomas J. Thigpen
Mother*Rosa Viola McDaniel b. 18 Jan 1875, d. 22 May 1943

Family

Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
William G Thigpen
Last Edited1 Mar 2015

Casey Verner Thigpen

M, b. 26 July 1898, d. 20 August 1974
Father*Thomas J. Thigpen
Mother*Rosa Viola McDaniel b. 18 Jan 1875, d. 22 May 1943
ChartsDescendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
     Casey Verner Thigpen was born on 26 July 1898 at Riddleville, Washington, Georgia, United States. He died on 20 August 1974 at Davisboro, Washington, Georgia, United States, at age 76. He was buried on 22 August 1974 at Brownwood Cemetery, Sandersville, Washington, Georgia, United States.
     He appeared on the census of 15 January 1920 in the household of Albert Lewis Dowling and Ethel Louise McDaniel at Douglas, Coffee, Georgia, United States.1 Casey Verner Thigpen Was State Representative. at Glascock, Georgia, United States. As of 1971, Casey Verner Thigpen was also known as Judge from 1974 obituary. Obituary of Casey Verner Thigpen on 21 August 1974.
Last Edited29 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S584] 15 Jan 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

George Absalom Wood1,2

M, b. 5 October 1848, d. 30 May 1893
Father*Dr. David Wood3 b. 1815, d. bt 18 Jan 1854 - 2 May 1854
Mother*Mary Day3 b. 1822, d. 1906

Family

Lucy Ann Turner b. 25 Jul 1851, d. 8 Dec 1893
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
Descendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     George Absalom Wood was born on 5 October 1848 at Point Pleasant, Clermont, Ohio, United States.4,5,6,7,8 He married Lucy Ann Turner, daughter of Ezekiel Edwin Turner and Charlotte Welch Thompson, on 15 August 1869 at Clermont, Ohio, United States.3,9,7 George Absalom Wood died on 30 May 1893 at Science Hill, Pulaski, Kentucky, United States, at age 44.5,3,7,10 He was buried after 8 December 1893 at Union Cemetery, Science Hill, Pulaski, Kentucky, United States.11,12,13
Tombstone: Geo. A & Lucy A WOOD. 4 rough hewn logs, 1 for each of their children, are carved in the top of their four foot tall grey granite monument, a reminder of the frontiersman's sense of humor even at the saddest of times.
Tombstone - Wood, Geo & Lucy . Granite foot stones carved with "Mother" and "Father" are placed at the foot of each grave. One is missing in this photo.

     George Absalom Wood appeared on the census of 12 July 1860 at Washington Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States.14
George Absalom Wood and Lucy Ann Turner appeared on the census of 12 July 1870 at Tate Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States.15
George Absalom Wood and Lucy Ann Turner lived in 1876 at Franklin Township, Felicity, Clermont, Ohio, United States.13
George Absalom Wood and Lucy Ann Turner appeared on the census of 11 June 1880 at Franklin Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States.16
George Absalom Wood and Lucy Ann Turner lived on 13 April 1891 at Science Hill, Pulaski, Kentucky, United States.13
1891 George A Wood family home in Science Hill, KY facing Hamm Road (Heaton-Ford Road)
1891 George A Wood family home in Science Hill, KY facing Hamm Road (Heaton-Ford Road)
Last Edited1 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. [S23] Letter, Phyllis Gillaspie to Walter Wood, 10 Sep 1997, George A. Wood's middle name identified as Absalom.
  2. [S24] Unknown volume, Death Certificate - WOOD, Walter George, June 2, 1959, State of Florida: Parents of Walter G. Wood listed as George A. Wood and Lucy A. Turner. , 2 Jun 1959, unknown repository.
  3. [S23] Letter, Phyllis Gillaspie to Walter Wood, 10 Sep 1997.
  4. [S10] US Census, 1910, Sioux City Townshop, Woodbury County, Iowa., 1910 Census for Walter George Wood shows his father was born in Ohio.
  5. [S15] Fam Bible Geo & Lucy Wood.
  6. [S29] Clermont Co. Genealogical Society, History of Clermont Co, Page 281 lists George A. Wood as soon of Dr. David and Mary (Day) Wood.
  7. [S230] Charles N. Sinnett, Thompson Family in Maine.
  8. [S42] Phyllis Manning Gillaspie, "Phyllis M. Gillaspie", Ancestral File.
  9. [S45] Clermont County Genealogical Society, Mar Rec Clermont Co OH 1850-1874, Page 524.
  10. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File, Neither George, nor Lucy Ann had made a will however, under the laws of Kentucky the four children jointly inherited the entire holding at their mother's death. Letters of Administration were granted to Frank C. Wood, the eldest son, in Pulaski County Court, Somerset, KY, on December 27, 1893. At the same Court Session W. G. Wood and Carl E. Wood, minor orphans over the age of 14 years, chose their sister Mary L. Wood as Guardian ad litem with John J. Ivens, their neighbor, (and soon to be the father-in-law of Frank Wood) as surety to protect their interest in their mother's estate.
    The four children retained the 166½ acre Lucy A. Wood farm intact until February 18, 1898, by which time the three boys had long since decided to pursue careers in other states --Frank in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Walter and Carl in Sioux City, Iowa. In the early part of 1898 the Lucy A. Wood Farm was resurveyed for division. Between February 18, 1898 and September 19, 1908, after conveying various small parcels back and forth between them, Carl E. Wood purchased 140 acres (subsequently resurveyed as 147 acres) of his mother's 166½ acre farm, which he and his wife Addie R. Wood sold on October 10, 1910 to W. O. Bastin for a small profit of $773.
  11. [S423] Letter, Frank Charles Wood to Jack Carl Wood, 5 June 1976.
  12. [S688] Unknown author, Find a Grave: Wood, George & Lucy.
  13. [S464] Clare McVickar Ward, "Jack Wood Report by Clare Ward", Ancestral File.
  14. [S717] 12 Jul 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  15. [S716] 12 Jul 1870 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  16. [S715] 11 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  17. [S15] Fam Bible Geo & Lucy Wood, Family Bible lists date of birth but not place of birth. Name is also listed as Marly T. Wood under marriages.
  18. [S24] Unknown volume, Death Certificate - WOOD, Walter George, June 2, 1959, State of Florida: Listed as Father of Watler G. Wood, 2 Jun 1959, unknown repository.

Samuel Quinn McCord

M, b. 1851
Father*Samuel McCord b. c 1820, d. 9 May 1863
Mother*Eleanore unknown b. 13 Jul 1820, d. 7 Apr 1889

Family

Hester Mary Hill b. 17 Feb 1856, d. 21 May 1901
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Samuel MCCORD
     Samuel Quinn McCord was born circa 1851 at Pennsylvania, United States.1 He was born in 1851 at Iowa, United States.2 He married Hester Mary Hill, daughter of John Frederick Hill and Elizabeth May, on 23 May 1874 at Audubon, Audubon, Iowa, United States.3
     Samuel Quinn McCord appeared on the census of 1856 in the household of Samuel McCord and Eleanore unknown at Newport, Johnson, Iowa, United States.4 Samuel Quinn McCord lived on 9 June 1860 at Newport Township, Johnson, Iowa, United States.1 As of 9 June 1860, Samuel Quinn McCord was also known as Quain.1 He appeared on the census of 9 June 1860 in the household of Samuel McCord and Eleanore unknown at Newport Township, Johnson, Iowa, United States.1 Samuel Quinn McCord Weslyn College is located here, possibly he was a student at this school on 14 July 1870 at Western, College Township, Linn, Iowa, United States.5 He lived on 14 July 1870 at Western, College Township, Linn, Iowa, United States.6 As of 14 July 1870, Samuel Quinn McCord was also known as Quinn McCord.7 He lived on 19 June 1880 at Audubon Township, Audubon, Iowa, United States.8
Samuel Quinn McCord and Hester Mary Hill appeared on the census of 19 June 1880 at Audubon Township, Audubon, Iowa, United States.9
Samuel Quinn McCord and Hester Mary Hill appeared on the census of 1885 at Audubon, Iowa, United States.10 Samuel Quinn McCord Samuel Q McCord was reported to have deserted his family after going to town to sell a wagon load of grain. He was not heard from again. between 1893 and 1895.
Last Edited18 Apr 2015

Citations

  1. [S426] Census, 1860, IA, Johnson Co, Newport Twp, Page 543.
  2. [S427] Census, 1880, IOWA, Auduon Co, Audubon Twp.
  3. [S5] Dave & Pat McCord, "GEDCOM, MCCORD, Dave & Pat", Ancestral File.
  4. [S704] 1856 Iowa State Census, unknown repository address.
  5. [S425] Census, 1870, IOWA, Linn Co.
  6. [S425] Census, 1870, IOWA, Linn Co, Post Office Western, College Twp, Page 121.
  7. [S425] Census, 1870, IOWA, Linn Co, Post Office Western, College Township, Page 121.
  8. [S427] Census, 1880, IOWA, Auduon Co, Census for Audubon Twp Family no. 421.
  9. [S706] 19 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  10. [S705] 1885 Iowa State Census, unknown repository address.

Emma F. Barfield

F, b. circa 1848, d. 26 November 1930
Father*William C. Barfield b. 1 Sep 1823, d. 22 Mar 1907
Mother*Margaret C. Bacon b. 1 Oct 1823, d. 11 Oct 1905
ChartsDescendant Chart for William C BARFIELD
     Emma F. Barfield was born circa 1848 at Ohio, United States. She died after 22 March 1907.1 She died on 26 November 1930 at Chicago, Cook, Illinios, United States. She was buried after 26 November 1930 at Rosehill Cemetery and Mausoleum, Chicago, Cook, Illinios, United States.2
     She appeared on the census of 26 August 1850 in the household of William C. Barfield and Margaret C. Bacon at Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States.3 Emma F. Barfield appeared on the census of 22 June 1860 in the household of William C. Barfield and Margaret C. Bacon at 1st Ward, Peoria City, Peoria, Illinois, United States.4 Emma F. Barfield appeared on the census of 2 July 1870 in the household of William C. Barfield and Margaret C. Bacon at 6th Ward, Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States.5
Last Edited15 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S8] Mary Farmer BARFIELD, "GEDCOM, BARFIELD, Mary Farmer", Ancestral File.
  2. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Birth:      1850
    Cincinnati
    Hamilton County
    Ohio, USA
    Death:      Nov. 26, 1930
    Chicago
    Cook County
    Illinois, USA

    birth year "about" 1850

    Family links:
    Parents:
    William C Barfield (1819 - 1907)
    Margaret C Bacon Barfield (1823 - 1905)

    Siblings:
    Emma Barfield (1850 - 1930)
    Wellington Edward Barfield (1850 - 1934)*
    Callie Barfield (1856 - 1941)*
    Belle Barfield Wallace (1866 - 1927)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Rosehill Cemetery and Mausoleum
    Chicago
    Cook County
    Illinois, USA

    Created by: Debra
    Record added: Aug 22, 2014
    Find A Grave Memorial# 134738348.
  3. [S856] 26 Aug 1850 Federal Census, unknown repository address, Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
  4. [S499] 22 June 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address, 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
  5. [S497] 2 Jul 1870 Federal Census, unknown repository address, Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.

Gene Lewis Wood

M, b. 15 June 1951, d. 15 September 1999
Father*Clifford Ray Wood b. 6 Mar 1910, d. 17 Aug 1967
Mother*Saidee Elise Dowling b. 20 Jul 1910, d. 11 Dec 1966
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Descendant Chart for Samuel MCCORD
Descendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
Descendant Chart for Richard WARREN of the Mayflower
Descendant Chart for John WOOD Sr.
     Gene Lewis Wood was born on 15 June 1951 at Doctors Hospital, Washington, District of Columbia, United States.1 He died on 15 September 1999 at Montgomery, Maryland, United States, at age 48.
     He Gene was born with a severe case of Downs Syndrome and never lived at home but was in the care of the State of Maryland on 15 June 1951.
Last Edited15 Oct 2008

Citations

  1. [S2] Personal knowledge of, Walter Dowling Wood.

James Austin Dowling

M
Father*Herbert Lewis Dowling b. 26 Sep 1915, d. 15 Nov 2005
Mother*Anna Ruth Flood b. 11 Mar 1916, d. 22 Mar 1978
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Descendant Chart for Levi MCDANIEL
Last Edited20 Apr 2015

Franklin White Thames1

M, b. 18 February 1831, d. 31 August 1873

Family

Mary Jane Clifton b. 30 May 1837, d. 21 Jan 1921
Children
     Franklin White Thames was born on 18 February 1831 at Paxville, Clarendon, South Carolina, United States.2 He married Mary Jane Clifton, daughter of James Jesse Clifton and Mary Spears.1 Franklin White Thames died on 31 August 1873 at Crocketville, Hampton, South Carolina, United States, at age 42.1,2 He was buried after 31 August 1873 at Clifton Family Cemetery, Crocketville, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.3
     Franklin White Thames was also known as James F. Thames.
Last Edited12 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S957] Mary Jane Clifton THAMES, unknown record type, unknown file number, South Carolina Cpunty Pension Board, application for Mary Jane Thames requesting persion for husbands Franklin White Thames's service for the Confederacy.
  2. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 79970387.
  3. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Birth:      Feb. 18, 1831
    Paxville
    Clarendon County
    South Carolina, USA
    Death:      Aug. 31, 1873
    Crocketville
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Mary Jane Clifton (1837 - 1921)

    Children:
    Ida Louise Thames DeLoach (1867 - 1931)*
    Harriet Ann Thames Terry (1869 - 1955)*
    Ella T Thames (1871 - 1887)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Clifton Family Cemetery
    Crocketville
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA

    Created by: Stephen Rigg
    Record added: Nov 06, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 79970387.
  4. [S958] 13 June 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  5. [S959] 4 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  6. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com
  7. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 79970827.

Mary Jane Clifton

F, b. 30 May 1837, d. 21 January 1921
Father*James Jesse Clifton
Mother*Mary Spears

Family

Franklin White Thames b. 18 Feb 1831, d. 31 Aug 1873
Children
     Mary Jane Clifton was born on 30 May 1837.1,2 She was born in 1839 at Varnville, Hampton, South Carolina, United States. She married Franklin White Thames.3 Mary Jane Clifton died on 21 January 1921 at Crocketville, Hampton, South Carolina, United States, at age 83.4 She was buried after 21 January 1921 at Clifton Family Cemetery, Crocketville, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.5
     Her married name was Thames.6
Mary Jane Clifton appeared on the census of 4 June 1880 at Peeples Township, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.7
Mary Jane Clifton appeared on the census of 13 June 1900 at Peeples, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.2 She M. J. Thames requested enrollment under the Act of 1919 of SC as the widow of F. W. Thames who served in the Confederate States Army. She was 82 and living with J. F. Thames in Hampton SC. on 27 October 1919 at Hampton, South Carolina, United States.1
Last Edited12 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S957] Mary Jane Clifton THAMES, unknown record type, unknown file number.
  2. [S958] 13 June 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  3. [S957] Mary Jane Clifton THAMES, unknown record type, unknown file number, South Carolina Cpunty Pension Board, application for Mary Jane Thames requesting persion for husbands Franklin White Thames's service for the Confederacy.
  4. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 79970509.
  5. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Birth:      May 30, 1837
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA
    Death:      Jan. 21, 1921
    Crocketville
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Jesse James Clifton (1795 - 1845)
    Mary Spears Clifton (1800 - 1872)

    Spouse:
    Franklin White Thames (1831 - 1873)*

    Children:
    Ida Louise Thames DeLoach (1867 - 1931)*
    Harriet Ann Thames Terry (1869 - 1955)*
    Ella T Thames (1871 - 1887)*

    Sibling:
    Mary Jane Clifton (1837 - 1921)
    James E Clifton (1840 - 1864)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Clifton Family Cemetery
    Crocketville
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA

    Created by: Stephen Rigg
    Record added: Nov 06, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 79970509.
  6. [S957] Mary Jane Clifton THAMES, unknown record type, unknown file number, South Carolina County Pension Board, application for Mary Jane Thames requesting persion for husband's Franklin White Thames's service for the Confederacy.
  7. [S959] 4 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  8. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com
  9. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 79970827.

James Theophilus Dowling

M, b. 26 April 1814, d. 21 July 1882
Father*John Jabez Dowling b. 15 Jan 1782, d. 16 Feb 1866
Mother*Susan Barnes b. 4 Mar 1786, d. 1869

Family

Mary Ann Long b. 18 Apr 1819, d. 14 Dec 1896
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
James Theophilus Dowling
     James Theophilus Dowling was born on 26 April 1814 at Brunson, Beaufort, South Carolina, United States. He married Mary Ann Long, daughter of Alonzo Long and Catherine unknown, in 1841. James Theophilus Dowling died on 21 July 1882 at age 68. He was buried after 21 July 1882 at Hopewell Baptist Church, Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.
Tombstone - DOWLING, James T 1814-1882 in Hopewell Baptist Cem, Hampton SC

     He and Mary Ann Long

From A Dowling Family of the South

JOHN JABEZ and Susan Barnes first had a son named JAMES THEOPHILUS. The boy was born April 26, 1814. He did not marry, until he was twenty- seven; wife Mary Ann Long was called a Cain on JOHN VIRGLE'S death certificate (many years later) so there is a possibility that she had been married previously. She had been born to Alonzo and Catherine Long on April 18, 1819, and it is said that Alonzo or his father was massacred by the Indians. Before JAMES THEOPHILUS died July 21, 1882, he and Mary reared their nine children, shown on Chart 323. All of them were born near present day Hampton, South Carolina. Naturally, JAMES was farmer; but in conjunction with his large plantation he operated a cotton gin and gristmill. Widows and the indigent were never charged for the grinding of their corn into meal by Mr. Dowling. In his old age he took much time with his grandchildren, teaching them the art of fishing and the many tricks of proper horseback riding.

Descendants of James T and Mary Dowling can be found on Chart 323L in A Dowling Family of the South.1 James Theophilus Dowling Hopewell Baptist Church affiliation.2
Last Edited15 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 30.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South.

Mary Ann Long

F, b. 18 April 1819, d. 14 December 1896
Father*Alonzo Long
Mother*Catherine unknown

Family

James Theophilus Dowling b. 26 Apr 1814, d. 21 Jul 1882
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Mary Ann Long Dowling
     Mary Ann Long was born on 18 April 1819 at Barnwell, South Carolina, United States. She married James Theophilus Dowling, son of John Jabez Dowling and Susan Barnes, in 1841. Mary Ann Long died on 14 December 1896 at age 77. She was buried after 14 December 1896 at Hopewell Baptish Church Cemetery, Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.1,2
Tombstone - DOWLING, Mary Ann Long 1819-1896 at Hopewell Church, Hampton SC,

     She and James Theophilus Dowling

From A Dowling Family of the South

JOHN JABEZ and Susan Barnes first had a son named JAMES THEOPHILUS. The boy was born April 26, 1814. He did not marry, until he was twenty- seven; wife Mary Ann Long was called a Cain on JOHN VIRGLE'S death certificate (many years later) so there is a possibility that she had been married previously. She had been born to Alonzo and Catherine Long on April 18, 1819, and it is said that Alonzo or his father was massacred by the Indians. Before JAMES THEOPHILUS died July 21, 1882, he and Mary reared their nine children, shown on Chart 323. All of them were born near present day Hampton, South Carolina. Naturally, JAMES was farmer; but in conjunction with his large plantation he operated a cotton gin and gristmill. Widows and the indigent were never charged for the grinding of their corn into meal by Mr. Dowling. In his old age he took much time with his grandchildren, teaching them the art of fishing and the many tricks of proper horseback riding.

Descendants of James T and Mary Dowling can be found on Chart 323L in A Dowling Family of the South.3 Her married name was Dowling. Mary Ann Long and John Virgil Dowling : Mary Ann Long was called a Cain on [son] John V. Dowling's death certificate (many years later) so there is a possibility that she had been married previously.4 As of 1930, Mary Ann Long was also known as Mary Cain James Virgil Dowling's mother was listed ad Mary Cain on his death certificate so there is a possibility of another marriage. This is also noted on page 30 of A Dowling Family of the South.5
Last Edited21 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Burial:
    Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery
    Hampton
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: Richard Elliott
    Record added: Jan 27, 2014
    Find A Grave Memorial# 124231014.
  2. [S2] Personal knowledge of, Walter Dowling Wood.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 30.
  4. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 31.
  5. [S731] John Death Certificate SC - Dowling, John Virgil 1930 DOWLING, Death Certificate - DOWLING, John Virgil 1930.

Reverend William Hamilton Dowling1

M, b. 8 August 1842, d. 11 September 1924
Father*James Theophilus Dowling b. 26 Apr 1814, d. 21 Jul 1882
Mother*Mary Ann Long b. 18 Apr 1819, d. 14 Dec 1896

Family

Clara Louise Ruth b. 13 May 1844, d. 12 Dec 1923
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
Rev. William Hamilton Dowling 1842-1924
     Reverend William Hamilton Dowling was born on 8 August 1842. He married Clara Louise Ruth, daughter of Colonel Abram M. Ruth and Mary E Peeples, on 19 May 1867 at Hopewell Baptist Church, Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.2 Reverend William Hamilton Dowling died on 11 September 1924 at Baptist Hospital, Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, United States, at age 82.3 He was buried after 11 September 1924 at Hopewell Baptist Church, Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.2,4
Tombstone of Rev. William Hamilton Dowling 1842-1924 in Hopewell Baptist Church Cem. Hampton SC front
Tombstone of Rev. William Hamilton Dowling 1842-1924 in Hopewell Baptist Church Cem. Hampton SC back
Tombstone - DOWLING, Rev Wm H & Wife Clara Louisa Hopewell Cem Hampton SC

     Reverend William Hamilton Dowling also went by the name of Ham Dowling.
From A Dowling Family of the South

JAMES THEOPHILUS' OLDEST CHILD was boy who would later be the beloved pastor of at least thirty-five Baptist congregations throughout South Carolina. Named WILLIAM HAMILTON Dowling, he lived the life of a leader from August 8, 1842, to September 9, 1924.

“HAM”, as he was known, joined the church at the age of sixteen. He attended Pineville Academy near his birthplace; his remarkable intelligence caused neighboring planters in the Bethel Church area to use him as a teacher before his eighteenth birthday . . . Just as he was preparing to enter a Seminary to prepare for the ministry the War Between the States began. HAM was the only Chaplain that the 5th South Carolina Cavalry Regiment ever had.

At one time this Dowling was an aide of General Wade Hampton. As a staff-sergeant there was one time during the battle of Lee’s Mill that his officers were so decimated that HAM had to take charge of the entire Confederate right wing; a short time later, Sheridan's forces overwhelmed the battered Rebels. Young Dowling lost many horses to shellfire. Often- times missiles tore through his clothing; but he was never wounded! One of the battles he was in lasted from Thursday evening to Monday morning, his only rest being a pause for meals of parched corn. General V. R. Brooks described WILLIAM HAMILTON as one of the "bravest of the brave"; Colonel Z. Davis sent him the Cross of Honor.

HAM'S dangers did not end with the war. Daughter MAUD Turner, in her excellent brochure called "To the Dowlings Who Served in America's Wars", tells of events in the carpet-bagging days when WILLIAM HAMILTON had only God between him and mob-death! Once, on his river plantation, he went boldly into a camp of more than a hundred aroused negroes who were there fomenting trouble. They pulled him off of his horse and threatened to kill him, but he talked to them and then preached a sermon hours long . . . and they were never known to cause trouble as a group again.

As proof that God was always with HAM, there was the time, for example, when he had just given his one-year preaching salary of five dollars to a destitute family. Before this young preacher reached home an eloping couple had stopped him to perform a roadside marriage ceremony. When it ended they handed him twice the amount he had just given away!

When Hampton County was created, it was HAM who headed the school system. For twelve years its people elected him Probate Judge. Immediately afterwards, in 1832, he began a thirty-two year span of service on Hampton's Board of Education. Baptists honored him by making him president of their Savannah River Association. He and Clara Louise Ruth, his beloved wife, reared the children shown on Chart 551. (This couple celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary May 19, 1917. Clara had been born to Mary E. Peeples and Colonel Abram M. Ruth on May 13, 1844, in Beaufort District. Her parents had also been born there, at the beginning of the War of 1812. Clara and WILLIAM HAMILTON are buried in the cemetery of the church they married in: Hopewell Baptist. HAM'S wife died December 12,
1923.)5



Ham was preparing to enter a Seminary to prepare for the ministry when the War Between the States began. [He] was the only Chaplain that the 5th South Carolina Cavalry Regiment ever had.

At one time he was an aide of General Wade Hampton. As a staff-sergeant there was one time during the battle of Lee's Mill that his officers were so decimated that Ham had to take charge of the entire Confederate right wing; a short time later, Sheridan's forces overwhelmed the battered Rebels. Young Dowling lost many horses to shellfire. Often-times missiles tore through his clothing; but he was never wounded! One of the battles he was in lasted from Thursday evening to Monday morning, his only rest being a pause for meals of parched corn. General V. R. Brooks described William Hamilton Dowling as one of the "bravest of the brave"; Colonel Z, Davis sent him the Cross of Honor.6 He was Head of Hampton Co School System.
Probate Judge for 12 years.
Reverend William Hamilton Dowling appeared on the census of 21 July 1870 at Barnwell, Burnswick, South Carolina, United States.7 He was on the Board of Education beginning in 1892, a term that lasted 32 years.8

From Baptist Biography, Volume 1, 1917


Among the early settlers of South Carolina was Robert Dowling of the Darlington district, who was a soldier of the American Revolution. James T. Dowling was his honored descendant and the father of the subject of this sketch.

Rev. W. H. Dowling, of Hampton, South Carolina, was born near the same community, in which he now resides, on the 4th day of August, 1842. In 1858 he made a profession of faith in Christ and was baptized by Rev. John M. Hoover. In July of the next year, 1859, he taught school in the Bethel community of Barnwell County, where he manifested much zeal for the educational social, moral, and religious uplift of the entire community. Mrs. Clara Johnson Hitt, author of the “History of the Barnwell Baptist Association," referring to the years 1860-61, names W. H. Dowling as the only surviving delegate that attended that association in 1860, and the only surviving charter member of the Barnwell Baptist Sunday School Convention, organized in May, 1861.

In November, 1861, Mr. Dowling joined the Confederate army and served under Butler and Hampton until the surrender in 1865.· He participated in twenty-five of the great battles of Virginia and North Carolina, in which he distinguished himself as a brave Confederate soldier and Christian gentleman. General U. R. Brooks, in his history, "Butler and his Cavalry," places Mr. Dowling's photo in the center of a cluster of the bravest of the brave. Mr. Zimmerman Davis, colonel of the Fifth South Carolina Cavalry Regiment, sent him a cross of honor from the Charleston Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and in requesting him to wear it, said: "None deserves it more than you; you were loyal to the banners of the Confederacy, and loyal to the cross of Christ.” Judge Robert Aldrich said of him: "I have seen him upon the battle fields and in the dusty marches of Virginia, and I have never seen him since but always in the path of duty."

Mr. Dowling's piety and Christian character were such that his company and regiment never had any other chaplain. Under his influence a large number of his company was converted and baptized, especially while encamped in North Carolina. Officers and men attended his prayer-meetings and other services, and he was honored, loved, and esteemed by them all. General Butler referred to him tenderly on his dying bed, and General Hampton esteemed him highly.
When the war was over, Mr. Dowling felt that he had been spared for a holy warfare, in which he would not lose the victory. The country had been laid waste by Sherman's army, and the churches were unable to pay pastors living salaries. Somebody had to preach, and Mr. Dowling, with burning zeal for the salvation of souls, and prompted by the Holy Spirit, consecrated himself to the work and was ordained by a presbytery composed of J. M. Hoover, M. B. Boynton, and W. H. Shuman. With him a soul was a soul, and the first year after hit ordination he baptized one hundred and thirteen converts. His first pastorate were at Mt. Pleasant, Steep Bottom, St. John's, Bethel, Allen's Chapel, Canaan, Seven Pines, and Bethesda. In connection with these pastorates he visited many destitute places, sometimes on foot, where he conducted meetings and held the country for the Baptists.

On account of the impoverished condition of the country as a result of the war, ministerial support was very meager. Mr. Dowling, therefore, taught school for a living. He maintained a Bible and catechetical department in every school he taught, and he baptized many of his pupils, and some of them became distinguished in both church and State. In the early seventies he accepted calls and served the churches at Peniel, Doctor's Creek, Smoaks, Antioch and Edisto. At each of these places many souls were saved and baptized.

In 1878 he moved back to his old Hampton County home, and since then has served twenty-seven churches in the Savannah River Association. During this period he has baptized many hundreds of converts. At the present time he is pastor at Black Swamp, Sandy Run. Dry Swamp, and Mill Grove churches, and is the faithful clerk of his association. Mr. Dowling, in connection with his long and faithful ministry, has served his county two terms as Superintendant of Education, and two terms as Probate Judge. In accepting these positions he felt that it would not injure, but rather would be helpful to him in his ministry. These positions put him in touch with the young, and in a sense made him the guardian of the interests of widows and orphans. In both offices Mr. Dowling demonstrated his faithfulness and efficiency as a public official. Later he was a member of the Board of Education of his county for many years, and as president of the Anti-Saloon League he led his county to prohibition victory. Mr. Dowling has not been without honors in his denomination. He was president of the Barnwell Sunday School Convention for four years, and he has served the Savannah River Convention, which he organized in 1878, for more than twenty consecutive rears.

Few if any living ministers have married as many couples, preached as many funerals, written as many obituaries, organized churches, built houses of worship, and baptized as many persona as has Rev. W. H. Dowling. From his youth he has been considered a model in morals. He has never been intoxicated, never used tobacco in any form, never danced a set, never engaged in gambling even to the amount of one cent, and does not know one card from another. As a Baptist he is sound in the faith, and though seventy-four years of age, he still loves to tell the old, old story of Jesus and his love.

In his young manhood he was united in marriage to Miss Clara Louisa Ruth, a daughter of Hon. A. Y. Ruth, a distinguished citizen of old St. Peter's Parish, of old Beaufort district, South Carolina, a man of the old Carolina type of the ante-bellum days. This union has been fruitful in many ways. His wife has proven a helpmeet to him indeed in all his work. Their home has been blessed with eleven children, three of whom have passed away. The eight surviving children are all members of Baptist churches and occupy positions of honor and trust. W. H., Jr., is sheriff of Duval County, Jacksonville, Florida; D. B. holds a position with the National Exchange Bank, Augusta, Georgia; G. G. is engaged in the insurance and real estate business in Greenwood, South Carolina; J. F. is in the railroad business at Taylors, South Carolina; and Harry is with the United States Army. His daughters are Mrs. W. H. Turner, of Atlanta, Georgia; Mrs. Charles D. West, of Greenville, South Carolina, and Mrs. Edward Crouch, of Alabama, three most excellent Christian women and active workers in Baptist churches. Besides their children, there is a galaxy of bright and promising grandchildren devoted to their venerable grandparents.

Rev. W. H. Dowling is the efficient clerk of the Savannah River Association, a position which he has held for fifteen years. He still does some work for the State Mission Board of South Carolina, and is a contributor to the papers, both secular and religious. Few men who suffered privations in material things and education on account of the ravages of the Civil War have made a nobler record for their country and for their denomination.9


He was a witness M. J. Thames requested enrollment under the Act of 1919 of SC as the widow of F. W. Thames who served in the Confederate States Army. She was 82 and living with J. F. Thames in Hampton SC. with Mary Jane Clifton on 27 October 1919 at Hampton, South Carolina, United States.10
Last Edited18 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 30.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 31.
  3. [S729] Rev. Wm. Hamilton DOWLING, Death Certificate - DOWLING, Wm H 1924 SC.
  4. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Burial: Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery
    Hampton
    Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA

    Created by: Tricia
    Record added: May 24, 2012
    Find A Grave Memorial# 90685450.
  5. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 30-31.
  6. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, pages 30-31.
  7. [S723] 21 Jul 1870 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  8. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South.
  9. [S686] DD B J W Graham Baptist Biography Vol 1 on Rev Wm H Dowling.
  10. [S957] Mary Jane Clifton THAMES, unknown record type, unknown file number.
  11. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 551.
  12. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 551
    Died Single.

Lance Newcomb Ware1

M, b. 1842, d. 29 April 1916
Father*Nathan Henry Ware b. 20 Dec 1806, d. 7 Oct 1853
Mother*Charlotte Sebastian b. 8 Jan 1813, d. 12 Jan 1873

Family 1

Martha A Pierce
Children

Family 2

Ellen Dora Harris b. 2 Mar 1854, d. 21 Aug 1945
Children
     Lance Newcomb Ware was born in 1842 at Franklin, Missouri, United States. He married Ellen Dora Harris, daughter of Charles R Harris and Melinda Emaline Owens, on 4 April 1876 at Ray, Missouri, United States.2,3 Lance Newcomb Ware died on 29 April 1916 at Braymer, Caldwell, Missouri, USA.
     He witnessed the Milt-Note of an unknown person on 1 July 1863 at Morris, Carroll, Missouri, United States.4 He began military service in March 1864 at Morris, Carroll, Missouri, United States, Served 3 years and 8 months with Company D, (Missouri) 13th Regimental Calvary during the Civil War in the plains states.5,4 As of 23 June 1864, Lance Newcomb Ware was also known as Lanse Ware from marriage record.6 He witnessed the Milt-Note of an unknown person in February 1865 at Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.7 As of 25 June 1870, Lance Newcomb Ware was also known as Lyons Ware.8
Lance Newcomb Ware and Ellen Dora Harris appeared on the census of 17 June 1880 at Independance, Jackson, Missouri, United States.9
Lance Newcomb Ware appeared on the census of June 1890 at Plattier Township, Festus, Jefferson, Missouri, United States.10
Last Edited11 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. Name Lance N. Ware found in MO marriage records and MO Veterans Records.
  2. [S792] Ellen WARE, Death Certificate - WARE, Ellen, St Louis MO 1945.
  3. [S795] Marriage Record - Ware, Lance and Harris, Ellen 1876.
  4. [S725] Lance Ware, Draft Regisration - Ware, Lance 1863.
  5. [S507] Unknown subject, Veterans Schedule, 1890 MO, Jefferson Co, Special Schedule, Lance N. Ware rank Private Company D 13th MO Regiment Cavalry. Served 3 years 8 months.
    Post-Office Address: Festus, Jefferson Co MO.
    Disability: Incurred Piles incurred 1863.
    Remarks: Was absent at time of discharge of regiment.
  6. [S572] Ware_Harris_Marriage1876.
  7. [S726] "History of Missouri 13th Regiment Cavalry Sep 1864 Feb 1865."
  8. [S575] 25 Jun 1870 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  9. [S727] 17 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  10. [S507] Unknown subject, Veterans Schedule, 1890 MO, Jefferson Co, Special Schedule.
  11. [S8] Mary Farmer BARFIELD, "GEDCOM, BARFIELD, Mary Farmer", Ancestral File, from a post to genealogy.com.
  12. [S8] Mary Farmer BARFIELD, "GEDCOM, BARFIELD, Mary Farmer", Ancestral File, from a post by Mary to genealogy.com.

Susan Catherine Dowling

F, b. 31 January 1845, d. 7 June 1899
Father*James Theophilus Dowling b. 26 Apr 1814, d. 21 Jul 1882
Mother*Mary Ann Long b. 18 Apr 1819, d. 14 Dec 1896

Family

John Asa Tuten b. 22 Feb 1846, d. 9 May 1891
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
     Susan Catherine Dowling was born on 31 January 1845.1,2 She married John Asa Tuten on 12 September 1866.3 Susan Catherine Dowling died on 7 June 1899 at age 54.2 She was buried after 7 June 1899 at Stafford Cemetery, Furman, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.2
     
From A Dowling Family of the South

JAMES THEOPHILUS' SECOND CHILD was born January 31, 1845, and lived until June 7, 1899. Her name was SUSAN CATHERINE; she married John Asa Tuten September 12, 1866. Tuten died May 9, 1891; both are buried in the Stafford Cemetery, near Furman, South Carolina. Mr. Tuten had been born in South Carolina on February 22, 1846.

Of their children shown in Addendum 648, one was especially prominent. That was son J. Greene Tuten, a doctor. At the beginning of the century he was the first doctor to prescribe and use a special yellow-fever serum in epidemics raging on the Gulf Coast . . . Working under the direction of Doctor OSCAR Dowling (head of the Louisiana Health Service), young Tuten probably wondered about their kinship. Both were great-great-great-grandsons of our family's founder, ROBERT!2 As of 12 September 1866,her married name was Tuten.3
Last Edited23 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S518] 19 Sep 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 31.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323.

Argenia Rosetta Dowling

F, b. 22 November 1846, d. 12 October 1903
Father*James Theophilus Dowling b. 26 Apr 1814, d. 21 Jul 1882
Mother*Mary Ann Long b. 18 Apr 1819, d. 14 Dec 1896
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
     Argenia Rosetta Dowling was born on 22 November 1846 at Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.1,2 She died on 12 October 1903 at Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States, at age 56.2 She was buried after 12 October 1903 at Hickory Grove Church, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.2
     Argenia Rosetta Dowling was also known as AURIE Dowling.2 As of circa 1861,her married name was Rivers.3
Last Edited23 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S518] 19 Sep 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 31.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323.

John Virgil Dowling

M, b. 23 August 1849, d. 30 December 1930
Father*James Theophilus Dowling b. 26 Apr 1814, d. 21 Jul 1882
Mother*Mary Ann Long b. 18 Apr 1819, d. 14 Dec 1896

Family

Annie Williams b. Jan 1860, d. 15 Feb 1928
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
     John Virgil Dowling was born on 23 August 1848 at Varnville, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.1,2 He was born on 23 August 1849.3,4 He married Annie Williams, daughter of Josiah Williams and Susan Bassett, on 1 May 1880.5 John Virgil Dowling died on 30 December 1930 at Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, United States, at age 81.2 He was buried after 30 December 1930 at Hoopewell Baptish Church Cemetery, Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.6
Grave Marker of James V Dowling 1849-1930 in Hopewell Baptish Church Cemetery, Hampton SC

     He and Mary Ann Long : Mary Ann Long was called a Cain on [son] John V. Dowling's death certificate (many years later) so there is a possibility that she had been married previously.3
From A Dowling Family of the South

JAMES THEOPHILUS finally had another boy! He and Mrs. Dowling named him JOHN VIRGLE, the birth occurring August 23, 1849. The boy grew up in time to serve in brother HAM'S cavalry regiment, serving in Captain Mulligan's company . . . Later he attended Furman University, though a critical illness prevented his completion of the senior year.

In such places as Fairfax, Beaufort, Varnville, Ridgeland, and Bluffton he taught school. Wife Annie Williams, daughter of Susan Bassett and Josiah Williams, was also a schoolteacher.

JOHN'S final residence was Savannah, Georgia, where he became City Inspector. A friendly man, he was elected by the people of surrounding Chatham County as their Probate Judge. (His three sons and four daughters are shown on Chart 552.

His life ended December 30, 1930; Annie's, on February 15, 1928. Both are buried in the Hopewell Church Cemetery a few miles south of Hampton, South Carolina. Their marriage date was May 1, 1880.)3
Last Edited15 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S518] 19 Sep 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S731] John Death Certificate SC - Dowling, John Virgil 1930 DOWLING, Death Certificate - DOWLING, John Virgil 1930.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 31.
  4. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 145389865.
  5. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323.
  6. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Birth:      Aug. 23, 1849
    Death:      Dec. 30, 1930
    Burial: Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery
    Hampton, Hampton County
    South Carolina, USA

    Created by: liz parker
    Record added: Apr 21, 2015
    Find A Grave Memorial# 145389865.

Ellen Dora Harris

F, b. 2 March 1854, d. 21 August 1945
Father*Charles R Harris1,2 d. 18 Jul 1869
Mother*Melinda Emaline Owens2,3 d. 1903

Family

Lance Newcomb Ware b. 1842, d. 29 Apr 1916
Children
     Ellen Dora Harris was born on 2 March 1854 at Owasco, Sullivan, Missouri, United States.4 She was born on 2 March 1856 at Sullivan, Missouri, United States.5 She married Lance Newcomb Ware, son of Nathan Henry Ware and Charlotte Sebastian, on 4 April 1876 at Ray, Missouri, United States.5,6 Ellen Dora Harris died on 21 August 1945 at St Louis City Hospital, Max C Starkloff Memorial, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, at age 91.5
Tombstone of Ennen (Ella) Harris Ware (1854-1945)
She was buried on 23 August 1945 at Concordia Cemetery, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.5,7
Grave Marker - WARE, Ellen D Harris 1856-1945 in Concordia Cem. St. Louis, MO

     Ellen Dora Harris was also known as Ellen Dorisa Harris. As of 4 April 1876,her married name was Ware.
Ellen Dora Harris and Lance Newcomb Ware appeared on the census of 17 June 1880 at Independance, Jackson, Missouri, United States.8
Ellen Dora Harris appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Festus City, Jefferson, Missouri, United States.9
Ellen Dora Harris appeared on the census of 16 January 1920 at Flora City, Clay, Illinois, United States.10 As of 15 January 1930, Ellen Dora Harris was also known as Ella Ware.11
Ellen Dora Harris appeared on the census of 15 January 1930 at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.11 She appeared on the census of 15 April 1930 in the household of an unknown person and Florence Ware at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.11 Ellen Dora Harris was confirmed on 5 April 1931 at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.12 She lived with Florence Ware in 1935 at St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.13 Ellen Dora Harris appeared on the census of 8 April 1940 in the household of Florence Ware at St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.14 Ellen Dora Harris lived before 21 August 1945 at Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.5
Last Edited11 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S577] 16 Jan 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address, both parents are shown as born in Virginia.
  2. [S576] 6 June 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address, both parents are shown as born in Virginia.
  3. [S792] Ellen WARE, Death Certificate - WARE, Ellen, St Louis MO 1945, Death Certificate for Ellen Ware lists her mother as Malinda Emmline Ownes and father as ___ Harris. Informant was Mrs Florence Barfield.
  4. [S570] Unknown subject, Confirmation Records Lutheran Mission Assoc.
  5. [S792] Ellen WARE, Death Certificate - WARE, Ellen, St Louis MO 1945.
  6. [S795] Marriage Record - Ware, Lance and Harris, Ellen 1876.
  7. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Burial: Concordia Cemetery
    Saint Louis
    St. Louis City
    Missouri, USA

    Created by: Susan Ing
    Record added: Apr 22, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 68783807.
  8. [S727] 17 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  9. [S576] 6 June 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address, Servant Ellen Ware F 46 Born Feb 1854 in Missouri Age 46 widow has 3 live children

    Boarder Annie Ware F 6 Born Dec 1893 in Missouri.
  10. [S577] 16 Jan 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  11. [S571] 15 Apr 1930 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  12. [S570] Unknown subject, 1931, Page 73:
    April 5. Confirmation - Mrs. Ellen Dora Ware, nee Harris,
    born March 2, 1854, in Owasco, Sullivan Co.,
    Mo. Conf. in Niedringhaus. Verse, Mt. 6,33, Confirmation Records Lutheran Mission Assoc.
  13. [S975] 8 Apr 1940 Federal Census, unknown repository address, 1940; Census Place: St Louis, St Louis City, Missouri.
  14. [S975] 8 Apr 1940 Federal Census, unknown repository address, 1940; Census Place: St Louis, St Louis City, Missouri, Name:     Florence Barfield
    Respondent:     Yes
    Age:     57
    Estimated birth year:     abt 1883
    Gender:     Female
    Race:     White
    Birthplace:     Missouri
    Marital Status:     Widowed.
  15. [S8] Mary Farmer BARFIELD, "GEDCOM, BARFIELD, Mary Farmer", Ancestral File, from a post by Mary to genealogy.com.

Hester Mary Hill

F, b. 17 February 1856, d. 21 May 1901
Father*John Frederick Hill b. 7 Jan 1831, d. 12 Jun 1915
Mother*Elizabeth May b. 31 Mar 1834, d. 19 May 1928

Family

Samuel Quinn McCord b. 1851
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for Samuel MCCORD
     Hester Mary Hill was born on 17 February 1855 at Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States.1 She was born on 17 February 1856 at Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States.2 She was christened on 17 August 1856 at Lybarger Lutheran Church, Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States.3 She married Samuel Quinn McCord, son of Samuel McCord and Eleanore unknown, on 23 May 1874 at Audubon, Audubon, Iowa, United States.1 Hester Mary Hill died on 21 May 1901 at Exira, Audubon, Iowa, United States, at age 45.1 She was buried after 21 May 1901 at Exira Cemetery, Exira, Audubon, Iowa, United States.4
Tombstone - MCCORD, Hester HILL 1856-1901 in Exira Cem, Exira Iowa

     She WPA Cemetary records show date of birth Feb 17, 1885 while 1880 Audubon County Iowa Census shows 1860. As of 23 May 1874,her married name was McCord.
Hester Mary Hill and Samuel Quinn McCord appeared on the census of 19 June 1880 at Audubon Township, Audubon, Iowa, United States.5 Hester Mary Hill lived on 19 June 1880 at Audubon Township, Audubon, Iowa, United States.6
Hester Mary Hill and Samuel Quinn McCord appeared on the census of 1885 at Audubon, Iowa, United States.7 Hester Mary Hill was a witness Samuel Q McCord was reported to have deserted his family after going to town to sell a wagon load of grain. He was not heard from again. with Samuel Quinn McCord between 1893 and 1895.
Hester Mary Hill appeared on the census of 1895 at Greeley, Audubon, Iowa, United States. Hester McCord's husband is not shown in the census as he reportedbly abandoned his family around this time. In the Married column she is shown as 'M' and under Widow (W) or Divorced (D) she is shown as "GW".

Hester listed as born in PA and all children born in IA.8
Hester Mary Hill appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at Hamlin, Audubon, Iowa, United States.9
Last Edited21 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S5] Dave & Pat McCord, "GEDCOM, MCCORD, Dave & Pat", Ancestral File.
  2. [S427] Census, 1880, IOWA, Auduon Co, Census shows birth state as PA.
  3. [S732] Ed.D. Mary Lou Cook, "Family Group Sheet -Collectornuts.com HILL."
  4. [S754] Find-a-Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Burial: Exira Cemetery
    Exira
    Audubon County
    Iowa, USA

    Created by: Deb
    Record added: Jul 17, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 55058624.
  5. [S706] 19 Jun 1880 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  6. [S427] Census, 1880, IOWA, Auduon Co.
  7. [S705] 1885 Iowa State Census, unknown repository address.
  8. [S855] 1895 State Census, Greeley, Audubon, Iowa, unknown record info.
  9. [S707] 1 June 1900 Federal Census, unknown repository address.

Deborah Mellason Dowling1

F, b. 25 December 1853, d. 23 February 1927
Father*James Theophilus Dowling b. 26 Apr 1814, d. 21 Jul 1882
Mother*Mary Ann Long b. 18 Apr 1819, d. 14 Dec 1896

Family

Joseph D Deloache b. 5 Dec 1848, d. 28 Oct 1898
ChartsDescendant Chart for Robert DOWLING, RS
     Deborah Mellason Dowling was born on 25 December 1853 at Hampton, Hampton, South Carolina, United States.2,3 She married Joseph D Deloache in December 1872.1 Deborah Mellason Dowling died on 23 February 1927 at age 73.3
     Deborah Mellason Dowling was also known as Melly Dowling.
From A Dowling Family of the South

JAMES THEOPHILUS' SIXTH CHILD was daughter DEBORAH MELLISON. "MELLY", as this daughter was called married Joseph D. Deloache, son of William, in December of 1872. The ceremony might have been performed on Joseph's twenty-fourth birthday; for that event happened December 5, 1872 . . . On Christmas day that year MELLY was nineteen. (She lived some fifty-four years after that, dying February 23, 1927. Mr. Deloache died October 28, 1898. The author does not know their burial place.)

The crime - reporter of the "New Orleans Item", Ben Franklin Hay is a grandson of hers; other children and grandchildren are listed in Addendum 650.3
As of December 1872,her married name was Deloache.1
Last Edited23 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, Chart 323.
  2. [S518] 19 Sep 1860 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  3. [S37] R.A. Dowling, A Dowling Family of the South, page 32.

Cora Plank

F, b. 1889

Family

Edward Barfield b. Apr 1880, d. 14 Mar 1937
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart for William C BARFIELD
     Cora Plank was born in 1889 at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States. She married Edward Barfield, son of William C. Barfield and Mary Anna Millward, on 14 June 1905 at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States. Cora Plank and Edward Barfield were divorced on 25 March 1919.1
     Her married name was Barfield.
Cora Plank and Edward Barfield appeared on the census of 23 April 1910 at Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.2
Cora Plank and Edward Barfield appeared on the census of 23 April 1910 at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.2
Last Edited27 Nov 2016

Citations

  1. [S8] Mary Farmer BARFIELD, "GEDCOM, BARFIELD, Mary Farmer", Ancestral File.
  2. [S574] 23 Apr 1910 Federal Census, unknown repository address, "United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M217-JJC : accessed 8 July 2012), Edward Barfild, St Louis Ward 3, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri.

William Harry Barfield

M, b. 5 September 1907, d. March 1973
Father*Edward Barfield b. Apr 1880, d. 14 Mar 1937
Mother*Cora Plank b. 1889
ChartsDescendant Chart for William C BARFIELD
     William Harry Barfield was born on 5 September 1907 at 22 Cass, Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States. He died in March 1973 at Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, at age 65.
     He appeared on the census of 23 April 1910 in the household of Edward Barfield and Cora Plank at Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.1 William Harry Barfield appeared on the census of 23 April 1910 in the household of Edward Barfield and Cora Plank at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.1
Last Edited14 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S574] 23 Apr 1910 Federal Census, unknown repository address, "United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M217-JJC : accessed 8 July 2012), Edward Barfild, St Louis Ward 3, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri.

Francis Emily Barfield

F, b. circa January 1910
Father*Edward Barfield b. Apr 1880, d. 14 Mar 1937
Mother*Cora Plank b. 1889
ChartsDescendant Chart for William C BARFIELD
     Francis Emily Barfield was born circa January 1910.1
     She appeared on the census of 23 April 1910 in the household of Edward Barfield and Cora Plank at Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.1 Francis Emily Barfield appeared on the census of 5 January 1920 in the household of Edward Barfield and Florence Ware at Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.2
Last Edited11 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S574] 23 Apr 1910 Federal Census, unknown repository address, "United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M217-JJC : accessed 8 July 2012), Edward Barfild, St Louis Ward 3, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri.
  2. [S500] 5 January 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address, Sheet 4B.

Charles Gardner

M

Family

Florence Ware b. 23 Mar 1883, d. 25 Jan 1972
Child
Last Edited8 Jul 2012

Citations

  1. [S571] 15 Apr 1930 Federal Census, unknown repository address.