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|51||Charles Milton Cunningham was founder of the Natchitoches Times and was its editor until 1930. Born in New Orleans, he died here in 1936. He served in the Legislature as both Representative and Senator.||CUNNINGHAM Charles Milton (I4770)
|52||Charnick was a Baptist preacher. Some of his churches were: Stone Creek Church, Beersheba Church in Twiggs County, Georgia, and Mount Moriah in Jones County, Georgia. He never received any pay for his services as a minister. Stone Creek was started by his father, Vincent Allentharp and Stone Creek Academy was the first know school in this section of Twiggs County, Georgia Charnick was an ardent secessionist.||ALLENTHARP Charnick, Reverend (I2424)
|53||Chris is a spervisor over a crew of men that install indoor overhead fire sprinklers. He has done exceptionaly well for himself and his family. The entire family are avid fishermen!||MCKNIGHT Ron Christopher (I0640)
|54||Christine started traveling with Grandad at an early age, as he traveled the country side preaching and spreading the good-news. She would stand up in a chair playing her guitar and singing. Grandad and Christine became a traveling Christain team while Granny would stay at home and run the church.|
Christine was 16 when she married "Bill" Huff. They sneaked out of the church while Grandad was kneeling and praying near the pulpit which was his practice before preaching. Granny wrote a note on a piece of paper and walked it up to Grandad. He closed the service and took off after them. Later at the house, Grandad, the Rev Simeon Tharp took his shotgun and fired a shot in Bill's direction. Bill took off running and tripped and fell. Noone knows to this day if Grandad's shot was aimed at Bill or over his head.
After several years with Alzehimers, Christine had a stroke on Saturday, January 19, 2002. She fell into a coma on Sunday and passed on early Friday morning. She's buried next to Bill, and just above Thurman and Virgie.
|THARP Ruby Christine (I0015)
|55||Col 40th Tennessee Infantry C.S.A.|
Proud Confederate Soldier
Member of Benevolent Association of Confederate Veterans
Husband of Mary Guice & Elizabeth Tharp
|HENDERSON Charles C (I4760)
|56||COLEMAN -- Bessie Lou Thomas Woodard, age 98, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 11, 2004. She was a resident of the Northwood Care Center in Marble Falls. |
Born on April 15, 1905 near Sanger, Texas, she was the daughter of Wade H. and Annie Simpson Thomas. In 1906, her family moved to Coleman County, where she lived for 92 years. She married Henderson Allen Woodard on November 27, 1923 in Gouldbusk. He preceded her in death on October 5, 1980. Survivors include her youngest sister, Juanita Taylor of Abilene; two sons and daughters-in-law, Harold and Billie Jean Woodard of Odessa and Robert and Norma Woodard of Marble Falls; grandchildren, Gayle Alexander and husband Elmus of Granite Shoals, Ginger Rogers and husband Steve of Coppell; Steve Woodard and wife Teresa of Abilene; great-grandchildren, Dana Poindexter of Glendale, Arizona, Morris McManigal of Garland, Jana Dumas of Austin, Megan Alexander and Courtney Garcia of Granite Shoals, Kyle, Eric and Kurt Rogers of Coppell, Jim and Katherine Woodard of Abilene; and a host of nieces and nephews, including Glenn Thomas of Coleman.
Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 17, 2004 at Stevens Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Don Northway officiating. Mrs. Woodard will be buried next to her husband in the Coleman City Cemetery, under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Glenn Thomas, Elmus Alexander, Steve Rogers, Kyle Rogers, Eric Rogers, and Steve Woodard.
|THOMAS Bessie Lou (I5664)
|57||COMPANY: 2 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (WILLIAMSON'S), TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS. |
Rank - Induction: SERGEANT
Rank - Discharge: SERGEANT
Roll Box: 11
Roll Exct: 602
|BARNES Hezekiah Callum (I3523)
|58||Confederate Soldier||BEAUCHAMP Jeroboam Dowing (I4984)
|59||Confederate soldier - never heard of or from again||CARNAHAN William Hiram (I2221)
|60||CPL US MARINE CORPS||KERSH Wright Patman (I1656)
|61||Cremated||DUNNAM Mack Woodward (I0060)
|62||Cremated||YARBROUGH Bobby Eugene (I0108)
|63||Cremated. Ashes are in the possession of his son Dennis Edward Allen Tharp.||THARP Gaston Edward (I4235)
|64||Cremation||ISAACKS Ernest Melvin (I1903)
|65||Cremation||ISAACKS Ernest Melvin (I1903)
|66||Dallas Morning News, The (TX) - March 14, 2002|
Deceased Name: Vander Tharp
Vander Cozelle "V.C." Tharp made work his hobby.
"He had a little farm in East Texas, and he loved to go there and tend to his cattle and repair the fences," said his wife, Helen Dowdy Tharp of Rowlett. "He was a worker - that's what he did."
Mr. Tharp, 81, died Sunday at his home in Rowlett. He was retired from Tharp Tire Co., which he started more than 40 years ago and operated in Dallas, Duncanville, Mesquite, Eastland and Longview. The Mesquite store is still in business.
Mr. Tharp served on the Sunnyvale school board during the 1950s and '60s, including several years as its president.
"He was the kindest, gentlest person. He was just a super human being," Mrs. Tharp said. "He loved God and was a churchgoing man, and he lived what he believed."
Mr. Tharp was a member of First Assembly of God in Mesquite, and his services were held there Wednesday.
Other survivors include his sons, Bill Welk of Ben Wheeler, Texas, and Dan Tharp of Sunnyvale; daughters Sue Hicks of Dallas and Kathy Tharp of Mesquite; nine grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
Obituaries are written by Karin Shaw Anderson. She can be reached at 972-272-6591, ext. 245, and at email@example.com.
Dallas Morning News, The (TX)
Date: March 14, 2002
|THARP Vander Cozell (I0014)
|67||Dallas Morning News, The (TX) - May 16, 2009|
Deceased Name: Yarbrough, Bobby
Yarbrough, Bobby Born 05/30/44, passed away 05/10/09 Preceded in death by parents, William David Yarbrough and Viola Brannon, Brother, David Yarbrough, Sister Glenda Gillard Survived by Children, Michelle Owens, Candi Yarbrough, Steven Yarbrough and Kevin Adams; Brother, Steven Yarbrough, Sisters, Cheryl Henderson, Penny Ramsey, Pam Claburn, Jimmie McCasland 4 Grandchildren, 4 Great Grandchildren, many Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, & friends Memorial Services 2 P.M. Sunday (5/17) at Victory Church, 7325 S. State Highway 34, Scurry TX, (near Kaufman) 75158 (Use Mapquest for directions)
Dallas Morning News, The (TX)
Date: May 16, 2009
|YARBROUGH Bobby Eugene (I0108)
|68||Dallas Morning News, The (TX) - October 5, 2008|
Deceased Name: Jenkins, Betty Kersh
Jenkins, Betty Kersh: Betty was born in Palestine, Texas on December 13,1927, to Eunice and Floyd Kersh. On October 2,2008, she lost her battle with cancer. She is preceded in death by her late husband, O.M. Jenkins, of Palestine,Texas. She is survived by her sister, Wanda Geisert, her two sons, Keith Rutledge and his wife Nancy and Randall Rutledge and his wife Paula, her step-father Coleman Garner, and numerous nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends. Betty excelled at whatever she tried. Along with being a loving and supportive mother, Betty was a Neiman Marcus model, a Cub Scout den mother, a real estate agent, a business property manager, an excellent bridge player, and a darn good square dancer. She was also an active volunteer for numerous causes in Palestine and a voracious reader and crossword puzzle solver. Her strength and courage, her beautiful smile and laughter, and her loving care will truly be missed by all who were lucky enough to know her. In lieu of flowers, Betty asked that donations be made to your local library, Red Cross, or The Habitat for Humanity
Dallas Morning News, The (TX)
Date: October 5, 2008
|KERSH Betty (I10137)
|69||Dallas, TX Business Building Explosion, May 1927|
Posted November 8th, 2011 by Stu Beitler
AT LEAST 8 DEAD IN EXPLOSION IN DALLAS BUILDING.
THIRTY OTHERS INJURED AS BLAST WRECKS TWO-STORY STRUCTURE AND SMALLER ONE ADJOINING IT.
Dallas, Tex., May 11. -- (AP) -- At least eight persons were killed and thirty injured when an explosion wrecked a two-story brick building in southeast Dallas tonight on the second floor of which between thirty and thirty-five men were attending a meeting of the Metropolis Lodge of the I. O. O. F.
Between a dozen and fifteen persons were in a drug store on the first floor.
A company of firemen from the Fair Park Station were in the building fighting a fire when the explosion came and Fire Captain W. HENRY LEE was killed. A one-story frame structure next door was wrecked by the explosion.
Members of an Odd Fellow lodge were assembling for a meeting on the second floor when the building toppled.
Among the dead were:
Capt. W. HENRY LEE, Fire Company No. 4.
W. D. HILL, secretary of the Metropolis Lodge 378, I. O. O. F.
JOHN BOYD, member of the lodge.
O. D. ALLEN, owner of the drug store.
MRS. CHRISTINA L. COUR, 61, sitting in a car outside the drug store.
E. P. NORVELL.
"FATTY" HILL, motorman.
The building was in South Dallas about two miles from the business district.
Among the injured were:
Assistant Fire Chief REDMOND, who was hurt in the rescue work.
J. R. GROVES.
E. R. BROWN.
C. F. SPRADLEY.
NICK V. MORGAN.
R. H. TRESP.
R. T. CANDRAY.
W. H. COLEMAN.
CLAUDE STRUVE, 21.
Joplin Globe Missouri 1927-05-12
|NORVELL Eddie Paschal, Sr (I0022)
|70||Daniel Green Rogers Kersh was born 16 November 1838 in Rankin County, Mississippi. He was the son of John Kersh, born 24 January 1814 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina and Mary Ann Rhodes, born 25 November 1818 in Georgia. Daniel served in the Civil War in a Mississippi Regiment and was wounded several times.|
On 14 May, 1861, he married Elizabeth E Lindsey Wilkinson Trigg, a widow with a small son, William Alexander Trigg. They were unhappy with the destruction of their home and lands caused by the terrible war years and decided (ca. 1870) to move to Texas and begin a new life. Daniel's uncles, Enos and Thomas Kersh also made the move and settled in Cherokee County Texas while Daniel and Elizabeth settled in Anderson County.
Daniel farmed, was a wood cutter, owned a store, and joined a Masonic Lodge. The first six children of Daniel and Elizabeth were born in Mississippi, the others in Anderson County, Texas.
On 14 November 1884, Elizabeth died and is buried at the Guiceland Cemetery near Salmon, Texas. Two of Elizabeth and Daniel's sons, Samuel and Charles, owned saloons in Palestine and raised race horses. After prohibition was passed, they moved away. Daniel married Mary Ann Johnson Holcomb, who was born 4 June 1855 in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana.
|KERSH Daniel Green Rogers (I0028)
Danny Wayne Moore, 35, of Beaumont, died Sunday, November 26, 2006. Danny was born on April 3, 1971 in Beaumont. He grew up in Silsbee, graduating from Silsbee High School in 1989. He attended San Jacinto Junior College in Houston on a golf scholarship and Lamar University in Beaumont. Danny was an accomplished golfer and an avid sportsman. He could always be found rooting for his favorite NFL team, the Denver Broncos. Danny loved classic cars and motorcycles and was most recently employed with Cowboy Honda/Harley Davidson. He is preceded in death by his brother, Jimmy Dale Moore. He is survived by his father, Morris Moore and his wife Linda; mother, Mary Ann Ester and her husband Richard; brothers, Ronald Moore, Michael Moore and his wife Kimberly, David Smith and his wife Elizabeth; sister, Donna Kasher and her husband Marc; nieces, Haley and Amber Moore, Kristin King, Karli Kasher, and Skylar and Trevor Smith; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends. Funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, November 30, 2006 at Broussard's, 2000 McFaddin, Beaumont with The Reverend Rick Sitton and Reverend Michael Baluyot officiating. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. A gathering of family & friends will be from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 29, 2006 at the Mortuary.
|MOORE Danny Wayne (I8290)
|72||Daniel Webster attended school with his brothers and sisters at Guiceland and Elkhart. They traveled to school by horseback, buggy and wagon. Daniel's first wife, Nora Etta Salmon was the daughter of Major Salmon, for whom Salmon, Texas is named.||KERSH Daniel Webster (I0436)
|73||Date of birth and death unknown, appeared in several deeds as a witness to transactions involving his father and brothers. According to Marian Easterling, he was a brother of Enos and Silas and was married and had children. The names of his wives and children are unknown.||EASTERLING John (I2294)
|74||Date of birth and death unknown, born in Germany and came to America through the port of Philadelphia on August 27, 1739. Since most of the personal data on John Daniel (dates of birth, death, marriages, etc.) are unknown, his age in 1739 cannot be accurately determined. Census records are not the most accurate data to cite for establishing the age of an individual, but in John Daniel's case that is about all we have. Even these records are based on certain assumptions. A "John Easterling" of old Collection County, South Carolina, married a Mary Lewis, widow of William Lewis in 1780. Is this the same John Easterling who appears in several transactions in the Charleston, Orangeburg, and Collection districts prior to 1800, and appears in the 1790 census for Charleston District, South Carolina? Several descendants claiming descent from John Daniel seems to think so. According to Marian Easterling, Mary Lewis was John Daniel's second wife. There is no doubt that Marian is correct in this statement, for John's sons, Thomas, Silas, Henry and Enos were heads of households in the 1790 census, or had established households by 1795. A John Easterling also sold land to Enos Easterling in 1790, and the deed was witnessed by William and John Easterling. Were William and John the sons of John? These sons would have had to be born prior to 1780, the date John married Mary Lewis. Marian believes that John Daniel had at least the following children: Thomas, William, Silas, Enos, John, James, and Henry. The order of birth has not been determined, but based on what little evidence we have the following seems to be as good a guess as any.||EASTERLING John Daniel (I2289)
|75||Date of birth and death unknown, was married and had two children as indicated in teh 1790 US census for Dorchester County, Charleston District, South Carolina. He also was involved in several land transactions with his father and brothers.||EASTERLING Henry (I2296)
|76||Date of birth and death unknown, was probably a yonger son of John Daniel. He may be a son born to John Daniel and his second wife, Mary Lewis||EASTERLING James (I2295)
|77||Deason, Nancy, Jan 3, 1807 - Mar 18, 1893 [Dau of Stephen Caudle] By request of our dear old father we announce the death of our dear mother who departed this life near Slick, Bibb Co., Ala., March 18, 1893. She was born in Lancaster Co., S. C., Jan. 1807 and was the Dau of Stephen Caudle, Sr. While she was very young Grandfather Caudle moved to North Carolina, near Saulsbury. Not being satisfied, they moved back to their former home, where she lived until she and my father, Wiley Deason, who is yet a survivor of the grave, were married. They moved to Monroe Co., Ala., then to Butler Co., where she united with the Primitive Baptist church, at Sweetwater, about the year 1836 or 1837, and, I think, was baptized by one of the Geeters. She lived a consistent member until 1843, when they moved to Bibb Co., Ala., where she remained until her death. After she moved to Bibb county, she and father, being overpersuaded, put their letters with the Missionary Baptists, but they never were satisfied while with them. She afterward went into the organization of the Primitive Baptist church at Little Hope, where she remained a devoted member until the Lord saw fit to call her home. She was the mother of nine children--six girls and three boys. Two girls and two boys have long since been laid in the silent grave. She leaves a heart-stricken husband, now in his 86th year, five children, and many grandchildren to mourn their loss. Mother had been afflicted for many years. For some time before she died her mind was considerably shattered, insomuch that she did not know her own children. For several weeks before her death she was helpless. Her remains were laid away in the cemetery near Little Hope meeting-house March 19. Eld. Hubbard, a relative of hers, gave a beautiful talk full of comfort and consolation to her bereaved husband, children, and many friends. Dear mother lived to see all her children now living unite with the Primitive Baptist church. One of her grandsons, J. D. McElroy, is an ordained minister, and is the pastor of the church at Little Hope, where her membership was. Dear mother is gone; but her memory still lives in the hearts of those dear ones that she left behind. May God be pleased to pour out his most choice blessings on the bereaved family until they shall be reunited beyond the shores of time.||CAUDLE Nancy (I1841)
|78||Della Faye was born in Muchison, Texas in the little house behind the Methodist Church that she owned until the late 70's. She graduated from Brownsboro High School in 1944. All during her school years, Faye was very popular and active in a number of extra curricular activities. She played basketball and softball and that's how she broke her nose. She was the student band director, probably because she played just about every instrument in the band except drums. She wrote her graduating class song and was voted most beautiful and a host of other titles and favorites and was valedictorian of her class.|
She sang for just about every wedding, including the wedding of the Principal of Brownsboro High School when her daughter, Anita was in school there. In fact, she sang at a number of other area functions.
Following graduation, she went to SMU on a music scholarship at the age of 16. She had been double promoted in High School, plus they only had 11 years of school due to the war. While attending SMU, she was voted SMU Beauty Queen, and also did modeling for Neiman Marcus. She was offered an opportunity to join and travel with either Jimmy Dorsey's or Benny Goodman's brother's band, but elected to continue her career in Accounting and Finance, and to remain at home to raise Claudia.
During this time, she met Johnny Crawford. They married and moved to Urbandale where she and Johnny owned a Sinclair service station. They moved to the Old Seagoville Road home around 1960 when Anita was born. Then in 1973 they moved to the farm 7 miles northeast of Muchison in the community of Barton's Chapel, where she built her dream home on a hilltop.
Johnny then drove for Ben Franklin Stores until he got in sick in 1978-79. During this same time Faye owned and ran "Crawford's General Merchandise" in the heart of Murchison. She later became the Director of Finance for the City of Athens until her death due to cancer in 1989.
|SCOTT Della Faye (I0226)
|79||Descendants of Joseph Dunklin|
Generation No. 2
2. JOSEPH D.2 DUNKLIN (JOSEPH1) was born Abt. 1758 in Four Hole Swamp, near Bonneau, Berkley County, S.C., and died 1806 in Greenville County, South Carolina. He married SARAH MARGARET SULLIVANT Abt. 1782 in Greenville County, South Carolina, daughter of CHARLES SULLIVANT and MARY CHARLTON.
Notes for JOSEPH D. DUNKLIN:
The eldest son of Joseph Sr. & Jean Warthen Dunklin. His parents emigrated to America on a ship from London, England. Joseph Sr. & Jean Warthen married in Charleston, South Carolina when they arrived. They located on Four Holes Swamp in Berkley County, S.C.
Joesph Jr. served with General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox," & General Horry for the greater part of the Revoluntionary War. ( by Ethel Hastings Scruggs Dunklin, wife of William Wathin Dunklin of Laplante & Dunklin Ptg. Co., New York, NY. DAR #145,482) After his father & mother died at the close of the war, he moved with his brothers & sisters to Greenville County, South Carolina on the Reedy River in 1785. The Dunklin family picked Greenville County because the Sullivan(t)s on their trading trips to Charleston, S.C. stayed with the Dunklin family of Four Holes Swamp. The Sullivan(t)s told them of the new purchase of rich & healthy lands in Greenville County & all the family moved up to Dunklin Township, Greenville County, S.C.
FROM "HISTORIC RAMBLIN'S THROUGH BERKELY COUNTY, SC" BY J. RUSSELL CROSS: "When the Sullivan family from the Piedmont came down to Charleston, they stayed with the Dunklins on the Old Indian Path (Gaillard Rd). The children of the two families intermarried and Joseph and Jean Dunklin sold their lands to Ezekiel Smith and moved in 1785 to settle on Reedy River in what became Dunklin Township."
After his marriage to Sarah Margaret Sullivan(t) and the births of their children, he traveled to Caldwell County, Kentucky, near the town of Fredonia to purchase land and build a new home. He returned or was returning to Greenville County, S.C. for his wife and children, but he died shortly after he returned or while he was returning. The "History of The Dunklin Family of South Carolina" says he was buried in the old homestead burying ground. Notes from the Web Site which focuses on the Sullivans & "The History of the Sullivan Family" by Wm. D. Sullivan, Sr. says he died on the Captain George Martin farm and is buried in the yard. It does not say, however, where this farm was located. (I assume SC and that this is the smae Capt. Martin that had a ranger company with Hewlett Sullivant at the end of the Rev.War.) His wife & children went on to their new land in Caldwell County, Kentucky. They were accompanied by his brother, John Dunklin, & his family and Sarah Margaret's brothers, Stephen & Claiborne Sullivan, and their families.
The following paragraph is from "Register of the Sullivan Family" by William D. Sullivan, Sr. and published in 1913. It varies somewhat from his information in "The History of the Sullivan Family" and other sources:
Joseph moved his family to Kentucky in 1804 or 1805 and settled near Fredonia, Caldwell Co. While in South Carolina completing his business, he died. Sarah stayed on in Kentucky. She later married John McElroy. (Both Scruggs Genealogy & History of the Sullivan Family state she married Micajah Sweeney. However, marriage records of Kentucky show she married John McElroy. In addition, Paula Dunklin has a copy of their pre-nuptial agreement.)
The 1800 Census of Grennville District, South Carolina lists the following;
3 boys under 10 years old - Stephen & either Joseph or Daniel, but the 3rd boy must have died or was a relative's baby. 1 boy 10-16 years old, either Daniel (born 1790) or Joseph; and 1 male 26-45 years old, which would be Joseph. Two girls 10-16, Mary and Jane; and two women 26-45, Sarah Margaret and ?, a relative? He also owned 11 slaves. Joseph and his family are also listed in the 1790 Census of Greenville District.
The 1790 Census of South Carolina, Georgetown District, All Saints Parish, 96 District, Greenville County, lists the following:
Joseph Dunklin - head of family
Free white males 16 & up, including head of family - 2
Free white males under 16 - 3
Free white females, incl. head of family - 3
All other free persons - 8
His property is listed as follows: 1787 Carile Br. Fk. Horse Cr. R.R. bounding #1048. Notes of another researcher says "To KY?"
More About JOSEPH D. DUNKLIN:
Fact 1: 1785, Moved with bros. & sisters to Greenville Co., S.C.
Fact 2: Married S. M. Sullivant in Greenville Co.
Fact 3: Went to KY & purchased land & built home
Fact 4: Returned for wife & family & died in S.C
Fact 5: Wife & children went to KY with his bro., John.
Fact 6: Oldest child of Jos. Sr. & Jean W. Dunklin
Fact 7: Served with Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox.
Fact 8: Also, Horry the greater part of Rev. War
Fact 9: Abt. 1806, Buried in old homestead burying grd. on Reedy R.
Fact 10: Place on Reedy R. after named Dunklin Twnshp.
Fact 11: & Dunklin Bridge after Dunklins
Fact 12: Middle initial may be D.
Notes for SARAH MARGARET SULLIVANT:
Little is known about Sarah Margaret Sullivan Dunklin. She and parents and brothers moved from Virginia to the "up country" of South Carolina from Virginia via Georgia. (See Notes of parents & brothers.) There she met and fell in love with Joseph Dunklin, Jr. from Four Hole Swamp. Joseph Jr. and his siblings had moved "up country" after their parents died at the end of the Revolutionary War. The "big, rough Sullivans" had stayed with the Dunklins on their way to trade in Charleston. They told the Dunklins of the rich land and more healthy climate of the "up country." So off went the Dunklins after new lands and opportunities just like thousands of other Scotch Irish families at that time. Always restless, always seeking the "Promised Land."
Sally and Joseph Jr. settled down and had children in the Greenville District of South Carolina, along with their brothers and sisters and their families. New land and opportunities always beckoned, however. By 1800, relatives and other families in their area began to move to Christian and Caldwell County, Kentucky. Joseph Jr. went to Caldwell County to purchase land and build a home near Fredonia. He returned to South Carolina for his family but became ill and died shortly after arriving there.
Sally, however, appears to have been a true Sullivan woman and possessed the characteristics that Wm. D Sullivan, Sr. described in his history of the Sullivans. "Our Sullivan women were noted for their managing qualities, and for their strengh of character. They were generally large of stature and with strong nerves, in fact, abundantly able to take care of themselves." She packed up her family and traveled to the new home in Caldwell County soon after Joseph's death. Other relatives and families were moving there, also. Her brother-in-law, John Dunklin, and his wife and children moved at this time. Her brothers, Claiborne and Stephen and their families moved there, too. Nathaniel Sullivan, a cousin and his wife, Nancy Ann Dunklin Sullivan, Joseph Jr.'s sister, were part of the families that moved.
According to Paula Dunklin, the marriage records of Kentucky, as well as a pre-nuptual aggreement(see below), show she married John McElroy after the move to Kentucky. John was in the Greenville District of South Carolina by about 1780. He made the move to Caldwell County about 1805 or 1806, too. Whether his first wife, Betsy, died before or after that move is unknown at this time.
Previous Dunklin Family Historys (Register of the Sullivan family & Scruggs - Dunklin Genealogy) all claim that Sally married a Micajah Sweeney after her move to Kentucky. There is no evidence that she ever did so. There is solid evidence she married John McElroy and it sppears she was still known as Sally Sullivant Dunklin McElroy when she died around 1820 or 1822 in Kentucky..
I wonder if she had red hair like her father, Charles. Gov. Daniel Dunklin, her son, has red hair in the painting which hangs in the Capitol. Perhaps this legacy from Charles B. and Sally were passed down to Zoe McGready Richeson and her great-granddaughter, Becky Richeson.
SOURCE: Will Book A 1809-1834 Caldwell Co, KY pgs. 28 & 29
The marriage contract made and agreed to between John McElroy of the state of Kentucky and county of Caldwell of the one part and Sarah Dunklin of the other part and state and county aforesaid witnessed that the said John does give to the said Sarah one negro woman named Esther and also one negro child named Sarah together with such part of his moveable esstate as he may think proper to bring to the possession of the said Sarah for life or widowhood and then to descend and belong to the child or children of the said Sarah if any there should be the legal descendants of the said John and Sarah after the said marriage and if there should be none then to be disposed of in such manner as the said John may think proper, and the said John covenants and agrees that the minor children of the said Joseph Dunklin shall be kept and raised by him and the said Sarah supported schooled and raised free from any expense to the said Joseph Dunklin estate or ?? of the dividend the said legatees are entitled to by law, and furthermore I the said John do by virtue of these presents forever quit claim to all and every part and parcel of the estate of the said Sarah which I the said John might have either law or equity to all or any and every part of the said estate both real and personal and do for myself my heirs etc. in legal manner and form of law release the same both real and personal forever from every claim and color of claim that I the said John might have by virtue of my said marriage with the said Sarah and further I the said John acknowledge by these presents that I am bound to convey and carry into full and complete effect a certain deed of gift made by the said Sarah Dunklin for the purpose of conveying the estate of her the said Sarah both real and personal unto the heirs of the said Joseph Dunklin decd. to wit: Polly H. Gregory, Jane C. Hicks, Daniel Dunklin, Joseph Dunklin, Stephen T. Dunklin and Nancy W. Dunklin and bearing the date sixth of July 1809. It is to be understood that all the property of the said John McElroy the Negroes excepted are to descend and belong to the former children of the said John at the death or marriage of the said Sarah and the Negroes also if there should be no issue. In testimony whereof we the parties do hereunto set our hands and seals this sexth day of July 1809. Signed before marriage--signed sealed and delivered in presence of J. Mercer
James Thompson John McElroy seal
Sarah X Dunklin
Caldwell County, Kentucky Marriages and Marriage Bonds 1809 are available over the WWW. This record lists John McElroy and Sally Dunklin marrying on July 06, 1809.
Paul Dunklin sent me the typewritten copy of the prenuptial agreement, as well as the copy of the Caldwell County Kentucky Marriages and Marriage Bonds 1809.
More About SARAH MARGARET SULLIVANT:
Fact 1: Married Joseph in Berkley Co., S.C.
Fact 2: Abt. 1805, Joseph Dunklin died.
Fact 3: Abt. 1806, Went to KY with children & other family
Fact 4: Married John McElroy. He died 1815
Fact 5: No evidence married Micajah Sweeney
Fact 6: Children went to MO to Uncle John & family
Fact 7: October 05, 1820, Alternative death date.
Children of JOSEPH DUNKLIN and SARAH SULLIVANT are:
8. i. MARY HEWLETT3 DUNKLIN, b. Abt. 1782, Greenville District, South Carolina; d. November 16, 1840, Chambers County, Alabama.
9. ii. JANE CAROLINE DUNKLIN, b. June 20, 1788, Greenville District, South Carolina; d. October 28, 1866, Near Potosi, Washington County, Missouri.
10. iii. JOSEPH DUNKLIN, b. Abt. 1786, Greenville County, South Carolina; d. 1834, Mississippi.
11. iv. DANIEL DUNKLIN, b. January 14, 1790, Greenville County, South Carolina; d. July 25, 1844, Jefferson County, Missouri.
12. v. STEPHEN TOMPLAT DUNKLIN, b. January 17, 1800, Greenville County, South Carolina; d. March 05, 1879, Jefferson County, MO.
vi. NANCY W. DUNKLIN, b. Abt. 1803.
Notes for NANCY W. DUNKLIN:
Neither I nor any other Dunklin researcher has ever come across this Nancy Dunklin. The only reference is in the prenuptial agreement between Sarah Sullivant Dunklin and John McElroy. Nancy is listed as an heir of Joseph Dunklin. The other children are listed in this marriage contract in their order of birth. Since Nancy is listed last, I assume she was the youngest. She either died or we have lost track of her.
3. NANCY ANN2 DUNKLIN (JOSEPH1) was born Abt. 1760 in Berkley County, SC. She married (1) WILLIAM SHIPP 1775-1777. She married (2) NATHANIEL SULLIVANT Abt. 1788 in Greenville County, South Carolina, son of CHARLES SULLIVANT and MARY.
Notes for NANCY ANN DUNKLIN:
Did she and her husband, Nathaniel Sullivan, move to Caldwell County, Kentucky around 1806? Certainly others in their families moved there before & about 1806 and their daughter, Nancy, married Perkins P. Pool there in 1817.
According to THE HISTORY OF THE SULLIVAN FAMILY by William Dunklin Sullivan, Sr., Tumbling Shoals. Laurens County, South Carolina, published in 1913, Nancy Ann Dunklin Shipp Sullivan and her husband, Nat Sullivan, moved to Alabama. Their daughter, Nancy, and her husband, Perkins P. Pool moved to Lauderdale County, Alabama after their marriage.
More About NANCY ANN DUNKLIN:
Fact 1: Called Nancy
Notes for WILLIAM SHIPP:
A Wm. Shipp family is listed in the 1800 Census of Greenville County, South Carolina:
Free white males under 10 yrs. - 2
Free white males 15-20 yrs. - 1
Free white females 26-45 yrs - 1
However, this family doesn't seem to match William & Nancy Ann Dunklin's family. Besides, William was dead by 1800 and Nancy Ann was married to Nathaniel Sullivant.
More About WILLIAM SHIPP:
Fact 1: 1788, His will is on file Greenville Court House S.C.
Fact 2: Lost his life in the Revolutionary War.
Fact 3: Source: Wm. D. Sullivan, Sr.
Notes for NATHANIEL SULLIVANT:
Both Paula Dunklin and others list him as "Nathaniel Sullivan(t)" and his father as "Charles Sullivan(t)."
When he was 12 years old, he served as chain-bearer for a man who was surveying the land of Thomas and Joseph Wharton of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Nathaniel as head of a household is listed in the 1790 Census of South Carolina, Greenville County, Georgetown District, All Saints Parish, Ninety-Six District, grouped with Joseph Dunklin and wife, Sarah Margaret Sullivan; Mikajah Swinney & family, Charles Sullivan & family, Moses Sullivan & family, and Hewlett Sullivan & family.
The household is listed as follows:
Free white males 16 and over, including head of household - 2
Free white males under 16 - 2
Free white females, including head of household - 3
All other free persons - 7
The 1800 Census of Greenville County, South Carolina, also lists the Nathaniel Sullivant household as follows:
Free white males under 10 yrs - 3
Free white males 10-15 yrs - 1
Free white males 16-25 yrs - 1
Free white males 26-45 yrs - 1
Free white females under 10 yrs - 2
Free white females 10-15 yrs - 1
Free white females 26-45 yrs - 1
Slaves - 3
Nathan may have been married before, as well as Nancy Ann. (Yes, married to Ann Shipp. Was she William Shipp's sister?)
Nathaniel and his wife, Nancy Ann Dunklin, moved to Caldwell County, Kentucky in the late 1790's. Their daughter, Charlotte, married David Doom there in 1810. Their daughter, Nancy, married Perkins P. Pool there in 1817. The Pools moved on to Lauderdale County, Alabama. According to Wm. D. Sullivan, Sr., Nat and Nancy Ann moved to Alabama at some time after their marriage. However, according to a descendant of their daughter, Charlotte, Nathaniel died and is buried in Lyon County (then Caldwell Co.), Kentucky.
CALDWELL COUNTY KY COURT ORDER BOOK "B," page 20, January 1816
On motion of NATHANIEL SULLIVANT and with the approbation of the court it is ordered that he be appointed administrator of the estate of Jacob Miller, dec'd whereupon he came into court and took the necessary oath required by law and ______bond in penalty of $250 with John Smith his security and conditioned as the law directs.
SOURCE: Margaret Odom Duncan, KY, lkrealty@apex,net
In Caldwell Co, on February 24 1816, a bond was issued to appoint Nathaniel Sullivant as guardian of Orrin Miller, son of Jacob Miller, dec'd. When Nathaniel died in 1817, Orrin Miller became the ward of a Sullivan cousin, the wife of Isaac B. McElroy. The heirs of Nathaniel were required to set aside a part of the estate for Orrin Miller. Because of this, D'Ann Sullivan, Memphis, Tenn., thought that Orrin Miller's mother may have been a daughter of Nathaniel (perhaps by an earlier marriage).
SOURCE: Margaret Odom Duncan & D'Ann Sullivan
CALDWELL COUNTY, KY COURT ORDER BOOK "B", Feb. 1816
On motion of Nathaniel Sullivan and the approbation of the court, he is appointed Guardian to Orrin Miller, infant and orphan son of Jacob Miller, dec'd, aged about six years the present date wherreupon the said Sullivant her in open court enters into and acknowledges bond in penalty of three hundred dollars payable to the Commonwealth of KY conditioned according to law.
SOURCE: Margaret Odom Duncan
CALDWELL COUNTY, KY COURT ORDER BOOK "B," page 147, 1817
On a settlement this day made in open court between the Legatees of the Estate of Nathaniel Sullivant, dec'd, and Isaac B. McElroy, Guardian of Orrin Miller, orphan of Jacob Miller, dec'd, they find a balance due the said Orrin Miller of the sam of One hundred and eleven dollars and forty seven cents, which sum is hereby ordered to be paid over to said McElroy, Guardian ......?(Some of this order was hard to read.) SOURCE: Marg. Odom Duncan
CALDWELL COUNTY, KY COURT ORDER BOOK "B," page 132, May 1817
Ordered that the court bind out to Benjamin Hayle, Orrin Miller, orphan of Jacob Miller, dec'd, aged seven years this date to learn the art and mystery of the blacksmith's trade in all its various branches according to law. SOURCE: Maggie Duncan
CALDWELL COUNTY, KY COURT ORDER BOOK "B," page 33, Tues., Feb. 1816
Ordered that Nathaniel Sullivant be appointed surveyor of that part of the public road leading from Eddyville to Salem commencing at the forks of the road near Moon Baker's old place to the Livingston Creek and that he with all the hands living within ten miles on the south side thereof and three miles on the north side, do open and keep the same in repair thirty feet wide clean and smooth according to law.
SOURCE: Maggie Duncan
Other notes of Maggie's: A Jacob Miller married Elizabeth Berry on March 17, 1803 in Livingston County. Was this the father of Orrin Miller who was born about 1810? On february 18, 1808, Livingston County, KY Isaac Ball McElroy married Polly Sullivant. On January 29, 1810, Isaac B. McElroy married Elizabeth Bennett In Caldwell County.
More About NATHANIEL SULLIVANT:
Fact 1: One source showed him as Matthew
Fact 2: Source for Nathaniel is Paula Dunklin & others
Fact 3: Often spelled "Sullivant"
Fact 4: Revolutionary War soldier.
Fact 5: Served in 3rd,4th,8th 10th VA Reg. of Cont. Army
Fact 6: In Capt. John Steed's Company. Served abt. 3 yr
Fact 7: Farmer
Fact 8: 1790, Listed in 1790 Census of SC, Georgetown Dist.
Fact 9: All Saints Parish, 96 Dist., Greenville County
Fact 10: Built large home
Fact 11: 42 yrs. old when marr. Nancy Ann Dunklin Shipp
Fact 12: February 24, 1816, Appt. guardian of Orrin Miller, orph., Caldwell Co.
Fact 13: February 1816, Appt. surveyor of public road in Caldwell Co., KY
Children of NANCY DUNKLIN and WILLIAM SHIPP are:
i. WILLIAM3 SHIPP.
ii. JOSEPH SHIPP.
iii. HARRIET SHIPP.
Children of NANCY DUNKLIN and NATHANIEL SULLIVANT are:
13. iv. CHARLOTTE3 SULLIVAN, b. January 18, 1789, Greenville County, South Carolina; d. February 04, 1874, Lyon County, Kentucky.
v. JANE SULLIVAN, b. 1791.
vi. NATHANIEL F. SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1792.
vii. JOHN SULLIVAN, b. 1798; m. REBECCA SCOTT, December 28, 1820, Livingston County , Kentucky.
Notes for JOHN SULLIVAN:
SOURCE FOR MARRIAGE: Kentucky Marriage Records. I'm assuming that Rebecca was this John Sullivant's wife as I don't have another John listed as a son of any other Sullivant known to have lived in western Kentucky in this time period.
More About JOHN SULLIVAN:
Fact 1: One of tripletts
viii. MARY SULLIVAN, b. 1798, Livingston County (Caldwell Co. formed 1809), Kentucky; m. JOHN BROWN, April 20, 1815, Caldwell County, Kentucky.
More About MARY SULLIVAN:
Fact 1: Moved to Mississippi
Fact 2: One of tripletts
14. ix. NANCY SULLIVAN, b. 1798, South Carolina; d. 1863, Lauderdale County, Alabama.
|DUNKLIN Joseph (I7175)
|80||Died as an infant.||PASCHAL Ethel (I0271)
|81||Died at age 70, after bein ill for six months of "reumatism and neuralgia"||JARRETT Mary Lane (I0381)
|82||Died at age four.||SHINN Thomas Shelton (I1346)
|83||Died at age ten.||SHINN Reuben O'Farrill (I1362)
|84||Died in childbirth of son, Junius Clifford McCrocklin, Jr||NORVELL Minnie Kate (I0092)
|85||Died of Yellow Fever||HOSS Nathan (I6679)
|86||Died of Yellow Fever, also called Swamp Fever||THARP Edgar Allen, Sr (I4918)
|87||Died the Friday before Christmas 1998||NORVELL Minnie Beatrice (I0062)
|88||Died when one month old.||SIRCY Dacy Nikia (I0287)
|89||Died young||KERSH Desmond (I0445)
|90||Dr Benjamin L Ross was the husband of Louisa Frances Mangham Ross. His headstone reads: Benjamin L Ross, Physician and Clergyman. "He fought the good fight. He kept the faith".|
He is buried next to his wife. They are buried in the same plot area with their daughter Mattie Ross and her husband, E
Z F Golden. Their granddaughter Bess Golden lies between the two sets of graves. Benjamin's mother, Charity Mitchell Ross Hall is also buried in the same plot area.
|ROSS Reverend Benjamine Lafayette, MD (I6879)
|91||Drowned at Badin Hill Bluff, Natchitoches at age 9.||CUNNINGHAM John Hamilton (I4766)
|92||During the early 1900's, Fate and Janie Young operated the toll gate at the bridge over the Caney Fork River, between Gordonsville and Stonewall. Both Fate and Nancy Jane Young are buried in the Gordonsville Cemetery.||YOUNG William Lafayette (I0983)
|93||Earl died accidentally while using the farm tractor.||PASCHAL Earl Eugene (I0281)
|94||Eden Taylor has passed a life of usefulness on his plantation in Monroe County. He is best known throughout the state as the efficient secretary of the state grange during its entire existence, from 1872 to 1888. It is but just to say that the success of that excellent farmers? organization in Georgia was largely due to his untiring efforts. He is now a member of the board which has charge of the state experiment station. Eden Taylor has been married twice. He was first married near Perry, Houston County, in 1859, to Miss Georgia V Tharp, by whom he had four children: Guy, farmer, Bibb County, Georgia; Maud, deceased; Claudia, wife of Will G Bass, Bibb County, and Georgia E, a lovely girl, who died June 1, 1894. The mother of these children died in 1872, and Eden Taylor contracted a marriage in 1874, near Hayneville, Houston County, with Miss Sallie H Brown. This second union has been blessed with four children; Rosa, Odille, Brown and Eden, Jr. As were his people before him, he is a member of the Missionary Baptist church, a public-spirited citizen, and a courteous gentleman.||TAYLOR Eden (I11237)
|95||Elizabeth  Norvell (Hugh ) must have been born by 1730, because she had a daughter who was married in 1760. Her father's will and court orders in Lunenburg in 1753 and 1763 name her as the wife of William Sandifer, a neighbor of the Norvells who came to Lunenburg about the same time that the Norvells did. He was listed in 1750 and 1751 tax lists for Lunenburg County and received a land patent for four hundred acres on the upper side of Allens Creek in 1750. This couple was, perhaps, already married by the time the Norvells arrived in Lunenburg.||NORVELL Elizabeth (I0329)
|96||Emily is buried in Elm Grove Cemetery in Roddy, Van Zandt County, Texas. On the back on her tombstone it reads, "E P T/'As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousmess/I shall be satisfied when I awake, with thy likeness. Psalms 17-15."||FISHER Emily Pernicia (I0057)
|97||FANNIE JEWELL (JEWEL) KERSH EARL|
Mulhearn Funeral Home - West Monroe, LA
Fannie Jewell (Jewel) Kersh Earl, 105 years old, was born January 3rd, 1901 in Salmon, TX and passed peacefully in her sleep on May 2, 2006, in Monroe, LA. Jewel moved to Monroe in 1918 with her (late) husband, Elmer Walter (E.W.) Earl. Jewel saw Monroe grow from a horse and buggy town. Jewel once said, ?when I came here, DeSiard was the only paved street and it was brick?. Jewel raised a son and daughter in Monroe. Jewel loved flowers, and her passion was growing and propagating daylilies, which she began doing in 1942. In 1951, she and E.W. moved to West Monroe. Jewel was a lifelong member of the First Baptist Church of Monroe, and was a long-standing member of several fraternal and civic organizations, including the order of the Eastern Star, Order of Rebecca, Ouachita Parish Home Demonstration Club, and the American Hemercalis Society, just to name a few. She was also the youngest and last surviving daughter of Daniel Green Rogers Kersh, a Confederate veteran and hero, who served with distinction with Company G, 28th Mississippi Cavalry during the Civil War. On Sunday, May 28th 2000, Jewel was honored as a Real Daughter of a Confederate Hero by the Sons of Confederate Veterans at a special ceremony at Guiceland Cemetery in Salmon, TX. Her father and mother are both buried at Guiceland. Jewel was preceded in death by her husband, E.W. Earl (October, 1961); daughter, Johnnie Geraldine (Jerry) Earl (September 1998), and son, Raymond Laverne (Buddy) Earl (March 2005). She is survived by grandsons Walter R. (Rusty) Earl, Michael W. Earl, and Jeffery S. Earl; great grandsons, Scott F. Earl and Nicholas S. Earl; great-granddaughters, Tiffany L. Traweek and Holland L. (Holly) Earl and great-great granddaughter, Amber Traweek. Funeral services will be 10:00 AM Friday May 5, 2006 in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home in West Monroe with Dr. John H. Traylor officiating. Burial will be in the Mulhearn Memorial Park Cemetery in Monroe, LA. Visitation will be from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM Thursday, May 4, 2006 at Mulhearn Funeral Home in West Monroe. Memorials may be made to the Louisiana Baptist Children?s Home in Monroe, LA.
|KERSH Fannie Jewel (I0442)
|98||Farmer||MCFARLAND Robert McCuin (I0713)
|99||Father of twins||THARP Daniel Wayne (I0162)
|100||Final Rites Wednesday Mrs. Carnahan, 81|
Mrs. Bettie Carnahan, 81, died at her home in the Fourth district at Burt Tuesday after a short illness.
Mrs. Carnahan had been a member of the Bethlehem church there for many years.
Among the survivors are several cousins in this county.
Funeral services were conducted by Supt. Rex C. Turman at the Thyatira church
Bural at Thyatira with McMillen and Company in charge.
This is from Cannon Courier micro film
|YOUNG Bettie N (I6560)