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Some Descendants of Robert Joseph McJunkin, Sr. A Report

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Some Descendants of Robert Joseph McJunkin, Sr. A Report

Posted: 23 May 2012 10:24AM GMT
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(Some) Descendants of Robert Joseph Mc Junkin Sr.

First Generation

1. Robert Joseph Mc Junkin Sr. was born on 4 Apr 1689 in Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, died on 11 May 1743 in Cumberland County, PA, and was buried in Cenotaph in McJunkin Cemetery, Union Co., SC.

General Notes: Scots Irish Presbyterian, Ulsterman

Robert & sons William & Samuel migrated from Ireland to Cumberland Co., PA in 1741.

Born in Port Williams, Scotland, lived in Stewartstown, Ireland, came to Pennsylvania (near Carlilse) in 1741.
McJunkins are from Clan Duncan, descended from Duncan and Malcolm. Maternal line descendants of Robert the Bruce.
Infokey.com: "The "McJunkin" family name originated in Monmouthshire, located in Wales."
#3626 at ourkinfolks.com.

He was not born in Port Williams, he was born in Wigtown.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=82...

Robert married Margaret Mc Gee Caldwell, daughter of Joseph Jennings Caldwell and Jane Millikin Mc Ghie, on 7 Jan 1715 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland. Margaret was born on 5 Sep 1686 in Lifford, County Donegal, Ireland, died on 25 Apr 1740 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland, and was buried in Ballycogan, County Donegal, Ireland - Cenotaph in McJunkin Cemetery, Union Co., SC.

General Notes: AKA Mc Ghia, McGil, McGhie

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=66...

Children from this marriage were:

2 F i. Infant Daughter Mc Junkin was born in 1716 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland and died in 1716 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland.

+ 3 M ii. William Mc Gee Mc Junkin was born on 15 Jun 1718 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland, died on 15 Apr 1799 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

4 M iii. Robert Joseph Mc Junkin Jr. was born in 1720 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland and died in Inver Parish, County Donegal, Ireland.

General Notes: Moved to County Donegal, Ireland abt. 1740.

****COULD it be possible that James, David & John McJunkin as well as two sisters who settled in Butler County, PA are grandchildren of his?

Robert married Agnes Stuart.

5 F iv. Margaret Caldwell Mc Junkin was born in 1723 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland.

+ 6 M v. Samuel Caldwell Mc Junkin Sr. was born on 25 Jan 1725 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland, died on 25 Apr 1808 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, KY, and was buried in Unmarked Grave On Boone's Trail - Cenotaph in McJunkin Cemetery, Union Co., SC.

7 F vi. Jane Bruce Mc Junkin was born in 1727 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland.

8 F vii. Rachel Alexander Mc Junkin was born in 1729 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland.

9 M viii. Infant Son Mc Junkin was born in 1731 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland and died in 1731 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland.

+ 10 M ix. Butler Co., PA Mc Junkin's was born in Ireland and died in Butler County, PA. ***ONLY INCLUDED BECAUSE I BELIEVE THEY ARE GRANDCHILDREN

Second Generation (Children)

3. William Mc Gee Mc Junkin (Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 15 Jun 1718 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland, died on 15 Apr 1799 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

General Notes: Stewartstown is now in County Cookstown.

The only evidence I have that William, brother of Maj. Samuel, is buried here is that in the 1808 deed containing the cemetery Samuel states "some of my family...interred there."

****COULD it be possible that James, David & John McJunkin as well as two sisters who settled in Butler County, PA are grandchildren of his by his first marriage?

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89...

William married Janet (Mc Junkin) in 1736 in County Donegal, Ireland. Janet was born in 1720 in County Donegal, Ireland and died in 1741 in County Donegal, Ireland.

William next married Mary Pearce Hollingsworth, daughter of Elias 'Eli' Hollingsworth and Susannah 'Dinah' Pearce, in 1785 in (Probably) PA. Mary was born on 15 Jan 1756 in Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle County, DE, died on 15 Nov 1819 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

Marriage Notes: He was 67 & she was 29????

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89...

Children from this marriage were:

+ 11 M i. Aquilla Hollingsworth Mc Junkin was born in 1788 in Union District, SC and died on 27 Dec 1879 in Gadsden County, FL.

12 F ii. Susan Mc Junkin was born in 1790 in Union District, SC.

+ 13 M iii. Lanlott Mc Junkin was born on 18 Apr 1792 in Union District, SC and died on 25 Jul 1845 in Yountsville, Montgomery County, IN.

14 F iv. Eleanor Mc Junkin was born in 1795 in Union District, SC.

15 F v. Nelly Mc Junkin was born in 1798 in Union District, SC.

16 F vi. Rachel Mc Junkin was born in 1800 in Union District, SC.

6. Samuel Caldwell Mc Junkin Sr. (Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 25 Jan 1725 in Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland, died on 25 Apr 1808 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, KY, and was buried in Unmarked Grave On Boone's Trail - Cenotaph in McJunkin Cemetery, Union Co., SC.

General Notes: He has a two bronze markers outside the door of the Masonic Chapel, Riverside Cemetery, Hopkinsville, KY.

Photo -

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Comments from photo -

Michael Davis Photography (29 months ago)
Really intresting story behind this fellow and his family.
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Upstate South Carolina added this photo to their favorites. (28 months ago)

Upstate South Carolina (28 months ago)
Thanks for posting this photo. I'm descended from him on my mother's side of the family. I had heard about this marker. I doubt that I will ever go there. He was too old to fight in the war, but two of his sons, Joseph and Daniel, did. They are both buried in SC. Samuel was a representative sent from his community to vote for or against ratification of the Constitution. He voted against it, along with many others from upstate SC.
Upstate South Carolina

creneedavis (28 months ago)
WOW! Thanks so much! I couldn't really find much info about him, just his son Joseph, so I really appreciate the information you have provided.

FL DAR Markers (15 months ago)
There are 55 members of DAR who have been verified to this man. He may not have fought, but he is considered a Patriot, nonetheless. His service is listed as both Civil and Patriotic, as a Member of Legislature in 1782, and a juror.
Service Source: HENDRIX & LINDSAY, JURY LISTS OF SC 1778-1779, P 102; ERVIN, SC IN THE REV, P 115
The upper marker was placed by a Florida DAR chapter.

Samuel, his brother William & father Robert migrated from Ireland to Cumberland Co., PA in 1741.

I have a note stating Samuel & Mary Anne also lived in Spartanburg Co., SC. I don't know if this was before or after arriving in Union Co., SC.

Migration to America:

Samuel McJunkin purportedly migrated to America in about 1740; he married Ann Bogan at Holy Trinity (Old Swede's) Church in Wilmington, Delaware on 9 September 1754. His first son, Joseph, was born in Chester County, PA on 22 June 1755.

To avoid Indian problems along the PA frontier, the family migrated to South Carolina, arriving in the Tinker Creek area of what is now Union County, SC on 24 December 1755. All of Samuel's other children, starting with Daniel, were born in this area of the South Carolina Colony. A number of other families migrated to South Carolina and settled on Tinker Creek with the McJunkin's, including the Brandon's, Bogan's, Young's, Steen's and Kennedy's.

The earliest mention of Samuel McJunkin, Sr. in the official records of South Carolina, that have been found, is when he surveyed a 150-acre tract of land located on Tinker Creek, on 23 May 1765. He received a patent for this land on 13 February 1768.

South Carolina historical note: Until 1868 there were districts instead of counties.

Samuel McJunkin was too old for active campaigning during the Revolution, but urged the Colonists to revolt and was imprisioned for his efforts. He recognized the new government by serving as a Juror.

Birth date wrongly given as 05 Sep 1725 in Broderbund "World Family Tree", Vol 18, Tree 1184.

Samuel served in the American Revolution and in the South Carolina Legislature.

Military Service Bet. 1759 - 1760 Served with Col. Chevillette and Capt. Ed. Musgrove in the Cherokee Expedition from Ft. Prince George, SC.

Tinker Creek is between Union & Whitmire, SC.

He served as Justice of the Peace under the Royal Government prior to the Revolution, and in 1781 was elected to the legislature, representing the Broad River Dist. (Upper or Spartan) for 1781-1782; and again 1786-1788.

In 1807, although 82 years of age, and a widower - Ann Bogan McJunkin died during the Revolution while nursing her son, Major Joseph McJunkin, of smallpox - he decided to move to Indiana with his daughter Jane McDaniel, and others along the new trail opened through Kentucky. En route to Indiana he died on the Boone's Trail in Kentucky in 1807, and was buried in an unmarked grave by the Trail road.

SAMUEL McJUNKIN..Born Sept. 5, 1725 in Ireland.Born in Ireland, Settled in Cumberland Co, PA. @1741
Moved to (Union Co.) SC. Found in The Colonial America, 1607-1789,Census Index for 96 District, SC Listed in 1779. Fought in Revolutionary war.Listed N.S.D.A.R., Volume III, Ancestor's Index, pg. 256. also volume II, pg 259.
Jury list 1778-1779 Misc. Act No. 1123, for District 96. Pg. 102. Samuel McJunkins.
He was married to Ann Bogan on Sept. 9, 1754 at Holy Trinity Church in Wilmington, Deleware. Their first child was born in Chester Co., PA in 1755. The family came to Tinker Creek (Union Co.), SC in December of 1755.
Samuel served under Colonel John Chevillette's command on expeditions to Ft. Prince George in 1759-60. Married Anne Bogan prior to going to the seige of Fort Schuyler. Joseph McJunkin, his son, was born in 1755 and the seige of Fort Schuyler was in 1757. Samuel fought in the Indian Wars, 1761-2-3.
He also is on the lists for services to frontier forts to Fort William Henry in 1762
He served as Justice of the Peace under the Royal Government prior to the Revolution,and in 1781 was elected to the Legislature , representing the Broad River District 1781-1782.

He was a prisoner with Cornwallis at the Battle of Cowpens, having been wounded previously at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He held the position of magistrate under the Colonial Government, and was originally a Captain, but on account of his age surrendered his position and Joseph succeeded his father. Joseph McJunkin was the executor of his will, filed Bundle 5 page 33. Samuel was also a member of the Legislature at Jacksonborough in 1782. He was a member of the Legislature in 1782-1788
Samuel McJunkin in 1807,at the age of 82 years,decided to move to Indiana with his daughter Jane McDaniel,and others along the trail opened through Kentucky.Enroute to Indiana he died on the Boone Trail on April 25, 1808 in Christian County, Kentucky and buried in an unmarked grave.
"Captain Samuel McJunkin took patent to the following lands;

"Crown Patent 1762, 800 acres near Tinkers Creek, Ninety-six District, Vol 2 page 68".
507 acres, Tinkers Creek, Dec 4, 1786, 10 Qt.257
220 acres June 5th 1780
300 acres Oct 15th, 1784 on the Saluda.
400 acres Aug. 18, 1785, 4 Qt. 377.

DAR Patrriot Index.
SC Patriots in Am. Rev by Bobby Moss, page 631: He served 72 days in
the milita under CPT Josph Huges and COL Brandon from 1 APR to 29 JUN
1781. A.A.5082A;X2398

Captain John Lillard Chapter
Kentucky State DAR
Williamstown, Kentucky
Grant County, Kentucky

Revolutionary War Patriot Ancestors of Past and Present Members

ANCESTOR SPOUSE STATE RNK. # NOTES

McJunkin, Daniel Jane Chesney SC 1 WPNS
McJunkin, Samuel Ann Bogan SC 1 PS

SOUTH CAROLINA - 1779
INDEXED BY LAST NAME, FIRST NAME
SINDX L Name F Name Date County St. Township
M252 McJUNKIN Joseph 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
M252 McJUNKIN Samuel 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed

In 1780, William Sims was about 12 years old and lived in that area of South Carolina which became part of Union County in 1785. In the interview, Sims mentions Samuel McJunkin and "Bloody Bill" Cunningham as follows:

"I knew the McJunkin family, a very clever set of people & great Whigs. The old man, Samuel, was very angry with DANIEL for marrying into a Tory family (CHESNEY).

" ... I saw Bloody Bill Cunningham when he ordered my mother to leave the Country. His face was long and bony. ... "

More About Samuel Esq. McJunkin:
Census: 1790, Pg. 90, of the 96 District, Union Co. SC
Military service: Bet. 1777 - 1781, SC and other places
Will: Bet. 1799 - 1814, Will Book "A" pg. 86-87-88, Christian Co., KY

Stewartstown is now in County Cookstown.

Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine

Vol. XLIV - No. 4 - April 1914

General Department - Answers - P. 226

2709. McJunkin - Robert McJunkin, a native of Scotland, m Margaret Caldwell and settled in County Tyrone, Ireland, where several children were born, and emigrated to America in 1741, settling in Penna. (Pennsylvania) Samuel, one of the sons born before they emigrated, m Anne Bogan, lived some years in Cumberland Co., Penna., and then moved to S. C., where he settled in 1755 on Tinker Creek, four miles from the Union Co. Court House. They had a large family, some of whom were Joseph (q.v.), Jane, Margaret who m Capt. Beaty, and Daniel, who was badly wounded at the Battle of Camden, S. C. Samuel was a J. P. under the Royal Government; but during the Rev., took part with the provinces, and was a staunch advocate for the liberties of the people. He was held prisoner of war most of the time of the Tory ascendancy in the state and was under Cornwallis' charge at the time of the battle of Cowpens. In 1781, he was elected a member of the legislature that met at Jonesboro in 1782. After the Rev., he sold his property to his son-in-law, Capt. Beaty, and started to move to Indiana with some of his children, was taken sick on the way and died in Kentucky, where he was buried beside the public road. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church for forty years. His son, Joseph, b. Cumberland Co., Penna., June 22, 1755, emigrated with his parents to Union Co., S. C., where he m Mch. 9, 1779, Annie Thomas, dau of Col. John and Jane (Black) Thomas, who was b Jan. 15, 1757. Their ch were Samuel, b Jan. 25, 1780, d June 1, 1815; Ann Jane, b Nov. 16, 1782; John Thomas, b Jan. 29, 1785; Abraham, b Feb. 27, 1787; Wm. Humphries, b 1789, d 1806; Joseph, b Oct. 8, 1791; James Black, b Nov. 20, 1793; Benjamin, b Oct. 20, 1796; Amelia Sarah, b May 3, 1799; David W., b May 2, 1801; and Davis L., b Feb. 16, 1803.
Joseph served faithfully under Brandon and Sumter throughout the Rev. and d May 31, 1846. He was an elder for sixty years and the place has been filled by one of his descendants to the present time. Abram McJunkin, fourth son of Joseph, m Margaret Savage, dau of Capt. John Savage, who is said to have fired the first gun at Cowpens. He d Apr. 29, 1859, after having been a ruling elder for thirty-five years and is buried in Cane Creek Cemetery, Union Co., S. C.
Mrs. L. D. Childs, 2202 Plain St., Columbia, S. C.


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Samuel married Mary Anne Bogan, daughter of William Patrick Bogan Sr. and Eleanor (Bogan), on 9 Sep 1754 in Wilmington, New Castle County, DE. Mary was born on 15 Jun 1727 in Cumberland County, PA and died on 17 Apr 1781 in Whitmire, York District (now Newberry Co.), SC.

Marriage Notes: Married in Holy Trinity (Old Swede's) Church.

General Notes: Died during the Revolution while nursing her son, Major Joseph McJunkin, of smallpox.

Whitmire is now in Newberry Co.

I also have DOD as Apr. 7.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=82...

Children from this marriage were:

+ 17 M i. MAJ Joseph Caldwell Mc Junkin was born on 22 Jun 1755 near Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA, died on 31 May 1846 in Spartenburg, Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Union County, SC.

+ 18 M ii. Daniel Bogan Mc Junkin Sr. was born on 30 Nov 1756 in Ninety-Six/Union District, SC and died on 20 Mar 1825 in Greenville District, SC.

19 M iii. Robert Alexander Mc Junkin Rev. War was born in 1762 in Union District, SC and died on 10 Jun 1780 in SC.

General Notes: Died in Rev. War.

20 F iv. Jane Mc Gee Mc Junkin was born in 1763 in Union District, SC, died in Hendricks County, IN, and was buried in Mill Creek Friends Cemetery, Danville, IN.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=83...

Jane married David Mc Daniel in 1784 in SC. David died in 1838 in Hendricks County, IN and was buried in Mill Creek Friends Cemetery, Danville, IN.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=83...

+ 21 M v. Samuel Caldwell Mc Junkin Jr. was born in 1764 in Union District, SC and died on 31 Oct 1841 in Greenville District, SC.

22 M vi. John William Mc Junkin was born in 1765 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: War of 1815: Old War IF-#16324, srv Capt. Henderson's Co. SC Mil as a Pvt.
Ref: Index to War of 1812 Pension Files Vol II:G-M.

John married Susannah (Mc Junkin) in 1790 in SC.

23 F vii. Margaret Eleanor Mc Junkin was born in 1766 in Union District, SC and died on 2 Aug 1840 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: One source says she was born 09/05/1760 & died 03/04/1825.

It is said she is buried in Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., SC, about 9 miles from the town of Union, BUT the church wasn't established until about 1847, and the cemetery sometime later.

Margaret married CAPT Robert Beatty Rev. War in 1787 in Union District, SC. Robert was born on 8 Nov 1757 and died on 7 Jun 1825 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: Captain. Continental Army of the U. S.

24 F viii. Rebecca Anne 'Nancy' Mc Junkin was born in 1768 in Union District, SC.

Rebecca married Daniel Conner in 1789 in Union District, SC. Daniel was born in 1764 in SC.

10. Butler Co., PA Mc Junkin's (Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in Ireland and died in Butler County, PA.

General Notes: I feel that John, William & James of Butler County, PA are grandsons of either William McGee or Robert Joseph, sons of Robert Joseph McJunkin. They were Presbyterian also.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pabutler/1895/95x70-2.htm

JAMES McJUNKIN was one of the early settlers of Butler county. Three brothers, James, John and William McJUNKIN, immigrated from the North of Ireland to Pennsylvania about 1796. James and William settled near what is now known as Muddy Creek church, in Butler county, in 1799. The former was born in 1777, and died in 1833. He married for his first wife Asenath TURK. She was born in Ireland in 1788, and her family were among the first settlers of Parker township, Butler county. She was the mother of two sons, David and William. Mr. McJUNKIN was married to Nancy TURNER, in 1818, who became the mother of eight children: Mary; James T.; Hannah; Samuel; John R.; Sarah J.; Martha, and Susan.

Butler married someone.

His children were:

+ 25 M i. James Mc Junkin was born in 1777 in Ireland and died in 1833 in Butler County, PA.

26 M ii. John Mc Junkin was born in Ireland and died in PA.

27 M iii. William Mc Junkin was born in Ireland and died in Butler County, PA.

William married Mary Alexander.

28 M iv. David Mc Junkin was born in 1778 in Ireland.

General Notes: Settled in Centre Township, Butler Co., PA

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pabutler/1883/83-36.htm

The first settlements in Centre were made about 1796.

Probably no one family were more prominent in the early settlement of the township than that of David MCJUNKIN, who settled here in the autumn of 1796. David MCJUNKIN served as a soldier during the war of 1812-14. He was born in Ireland in 1778, and came to America when six years of age, with this father, William MCJUNKIN, who located in Plum Township, Allegheny Co., Penn. William MCJUNKIN reared a family of three sons - William, James and David - and six daughters. One son of the family, David, made this county his home.

When eighteen years of age, David, accompanied by his brother William, came to Centre Township and each located 400 acres of land, and moved into their little cabins, and commenced the life of pioneers. The succeeding spring, William was so dissatisfied with his pioneer experiences that he return home and remained there, but succeeded, though the assistance of David, in getting some one to represent him on his lands until he came in possession by right of settlement.

David was a man of great physical strength and resolute will, therefore not easily discouraged, and setting manfully about the laborious task of clearing and tilling his farm, he became one of the largest and most extensive farmers in the township and county.

In the early days many prosperous farmers engaged in the business of distilling whisky, and David built a distillery for this purpose, but being a man of strong religious convictions, and becoming convinced that the business was prejudicial to the best interest of the people, he abandoned the enterprise. He, however, engaged very extensively in tanning leather and saddlery, and erected one of the early and most extensive tanneries on his farm in the county, and conducted this enterprise very successfully for many years, its immediate supervision ultimately falling under the control of his son William.

Third Generation (Grandchildren)

11. Aquilla Hollingsworth Mc Junkin (William Mc Gee 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1788 in Union District, SC and died on 27 Dec 1879 in Gadsden County, FL.

Aquilla married Martha Ferguson.

General Notes: 1880 Gadsden Co., FL

Children from this marriage were:

29 F i. Mary Elizabeth Mc Junkin.

30 M ii. William Mc Gee Mc Junkin was born on 9 Jun 1819 in Union District, SC.

William married Mary Mathison.

William next married Margaret L. Roberts.

31 M iii. Thomas Mc Junkin.

32 F iv. Parthenia G. Mc Junkin was born on 1 Jan 1832 in Union District, SC.

Parthenia married George W. Brown on 10 Dec 1850 in Gadsden County, FL.

+ 33 M v. David Mc Junkin.

34 M vi. James Samuel Mc Junkin was born in 1836 in Quincy, Gadsden County, FL.

James married Alice Delilah Campbell.

35 F vii. Ann E. Mc Junkin was born in 1833 in Quincy, Gadsden County, FL.

13. Lanlott Mc Junkin (William Mc Gee 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 18 Apr 1792 in Union District, SC and died on 25 Jul 1845 in Yountsville, Montgomery County, IN.

Lanlott married Lucy Eliza Hood on 23 Dec 1824 in Warren County, OH. Lucy was born on 25 Dec 1809 in ? Warren County, GA ? and died on 25 Jul 1848 in Yountsville, Montgomery County, IN.

Children from this marriage were:

36 M i. Robert Henry Mc Junkin was born in 1841 in Montgomery County, IN.

37 F ii. Jane Mc Junkin.

38 M iii. William Mc Junkin.

39 M iv. Abijah Mc Junkin.

40 M v. Alfred Mc Junkin.

41 M vi. Unknown Son A Mc Junkin.

42 M vii. Unknown Son B Mc Junkin.

43 F viii. Mary Mc Junkin.

44 F ix. Unknown Daughter Mc Junkin.

17. MAJ Joseph Caldwell Mc Junkin (Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 22 Jun 1755 near Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA, died on 31 May 1846 in Spartenburg, Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Union County, SC.

General Notes: Tombstone inscription:

Erected
To The Memory Of
Major Joseph McJunkin
Born June 22nd 1753
Died May 31st 1846

He commenced the service of his country in
the war for its independence as a private soldier,
never ceased from that service till the war closed,
when he held a Major's Commission.

He was a useful and upright citizen through
the period of manhood promoted diligently
the best intrests of society.
He was a ruling elder in the Presbyterian
Church for a period of 60 years.

But mark the man of holy fear,
How blest is his decease.
He spends his days in duty here
And leaves the world in peace.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Joseph McJunkin is a well known Revolutionary War soldier, whose "Memoirs" is a significant primary source of information concerning the War in the SC Backcountry.

He was a farmer, who fought in the Indian Wars and was a Major in the Revolution. In his memoirs, edited by the Rev. James Hodge Saye: "Through life he was a peaceable, industrious, enterprising man, a public spirited, upright citizen, a friend to science and a devout Christian. He died on Sabbath morning, May 31, 1846, near the end of his ninety-first year. He was buried the day following at his family burying ground, near the road leading from Union to Cook's Bridge, on Tyger River."

http://gaz.jrshelby.com/mcjunkingrave.htm

Grave of Joseph McJunkin.
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Where: 34.63725, -81.59775 Grave of Joseph McJunkin

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34.63725, -81.59775, Grave of Joseph McJunkin
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McJunkin Cmty, described as "intersection of US176 and SC163" and as "5 mi. S. of Union on US176 on the Sartor farm". Search for mcjunkin. GPS mark of this site is needed.
Email providing more accurate location (source for above location):
I was there on 6/2/09. I used [AcmeMapper] to get the correct coordinates, which are approximately [34.63725], -81.59775. These coordinates as exact as I can get without actually using a gps unit. This cemetery is very hard to find without help.
The Union County, SC, Chamber of Commerce will contact the owner of the property for anyone who is interested in finding the McJunkin Family Cemetery.
Jimmy Gillespie
Central, SC
[Note: the cemetery is approximately 1400 yards 040 degrees from the Tyger Ranger Station for Sumpter National Forest.]

Pictures of graves and epitaphs from Jimmy Gillespie.
McJunkin, Joseph (1755-1846)
Bio
Saye, James, Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin. From Phil Norfleet's website. See notes for minor editorial changes made.
McJunkin was approximately 25 years old in 1780, and was approximately 91 years old when he died.
Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Vol.2 No.11, November 2005. "What Did Joseph McJunkin Really Saye?" by Will Graves. Advance to page 26.
Baxley, SCAR
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Joseph married Ann Jane Thomas, daughter of COL John Newcastle Thomas Sr. and Ann Jane Black, on 9 Mar 1779 in Union District, SC. Ann was born on 15 Jan 1757 in Cumberland County, PA, died on 17 Mar 1826 near Union, Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Union County, SC.

Marriage Notes: South Carolina Marriages, By Bride, T-Z: THOMAS, Annie - MCJUNKIN, Joseph - 9 Mar 1779 Union Co., SC

At the time they married it was Ninety-Six District.

General Notes: Tombstone inscription:

Sacred
To
the memory of
Mrs. Ann McJunkin
The wife of Major Jos. McJunkin
and daughter of Col. John Thomas
who departed this life March 17th
1826.
Aged 69 Years.
The deceased was an intrepid heroine of the
revolution, who with the aid of her
mother, brother, & brother in law defended
her father's house with success against the
attack of 300 Tories.
Lord I am thine but thou will prove
My faith, my patience, and my love
When men of spite against me join
They are the sword, the hand is thine
Their hope and portion lie below
'Tis all the happiness they know
'Tis all they seek; they take their shares
And leave the rest among their heirs.
What sinners value I resign;
Lord 'tis enough that thou art mine
I shall behold thy blissful face
And stand complete in righteousness.
This life's a dream an empty show;
But the bright world, to which I go,
Hath joys substantial and sincere;
When shall I wake and find me there?
O glorious hour; O blest abode
I shall be near and with my God;
And flesh and sin no more control,
The sacred pleasures of the soul.
My flesh shall slumber in the ground,
Till the last trumpet's joyful sound;
Then burst the chains with sweet surprise,
And in my savior's image rise.

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http://www.teachergenealogist007.com/2010/01/bell-168-169.ht...

vi. Anne Thomas, born 1/15/1757.
3/9/1779, Anne married Major Joseph McJunkin, born 6/22/1755 near Carlisle, PA; s/o Samuel of Ireland.
(S) 1779, SC State Census, 96th Distr.: Joseph McJunkin.
5/8/1781, Joseph taken prisoner at his father's home on Tinker's Creek.
4/14/1785, Joseph, plat for 40 acres on Tinkers Creek, 96th Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190.
8/22/1786, Joseph, plat for 325 acres on Tinkers Creek, 96th Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, Union Co. Joseph: 1,4,2; 4 slaves.
2/18/1792, Daniel McJunkin of Greenville County SC conveys to Joseph McJunkin of Union County SC, for £7, a 150-acre tract of land in Union County on Tinker Creek.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, Union Co. Joseph: 33120,10110; 10 slaves.
1802, Joseph, “Contractor, petition asking compensation for losses sustained in building the Union District Court House.” (S) SCDA&H, S-165015.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, Union Co. Joseph: 22201,01001; 8 slaves.
11/20/1810, Joseph, “petition asking compensation for losses sustained in building the Union District Court House.” (S) SCDA&H, S-165015.
4/18/1811, Joseph & Anne given “My Negro Woman Rose” in the will of her father.
1/31/1814, Anne given $40 in the will of her brother Wm D Thomas.
7/6/1818, Joseph, plat for 15.5 acres on Tinkers Creek, 96th Dist. (S) SCDA&H, S-213192.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, Union Co. Joseph Sr: 220001,20111; 11 slaves.
3/17/1826 Anne died; buried with Joseph.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Union Co. Joseph Sr, 70-80; 1 f 20-30, 4 males 5-30.
6/1/1840, (S) 1840 Census, SC, Union Co. “Maj.” Joseph, age 85, revolutionary pensioner. 1 f 30-40, 1 m 15-20.
5/31/1846 Joseph died; buried in the McJunkin Cem., on the Sartor farm in Union Co., 5 miles south of Union on US Hwy 176 [near the point where SR163 intersects].

Thomas Family - Wales > Pennsylvania > South Carolina

"John Ap Thomas and his Friends, a contribution to the Early History of Merion," by James J. Levick, M.D. (pp.301-327)

Source: PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE, HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, VOL. IV, No. 3 publication of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1880
Extracted by Ilene Jones-Cornwell, Nashville, TN, Nov. 24, 1996; contact: (E-mail) icornwel@dubois.fisk.edu OR Ilene.Jones-Cornwell@nashville.com

Three South Carolina Sites Associated With Revolutionary "Feminist" Jane Black Thomas (1720-1811)

Jane Black Thomas could be called South Carolina's first feminist. Had the word existed, she never would have approved of such a radical term for herself, given her conservative, strict Presbyterian upbringing and her standing as a bedrock pillar of the Fairforest Presbyterian Church. She would have been pleased, however, to discover herself described as a "sincere and spirited whig"-a Patriot-who fought for independence of the American colonies.

When Pennsylvania-born Jane Black and her husband, Welshman John Thomas, brought their children from Pennsylvania to South Carolina around 1749, they and their accompanying Scot-Irish-Welsh neighbors found themselves up to their necks in Cherokee Indian territory. Their first homestead on Fishing Creek at Catawba River and the second, in 1762 on Fairforest Creek in the Upper or Broad River District, had to be defended constantly from marauding Cherokees and allied tribes. Just when it seemed a decade of self-defense had brought some peace and stability to the Upper Piedmont, the Revolutionary War broke out in the northeast and swept southward.

Jane's husband John had been commander of the area's loyalist militia, taking part in Braddock's defeat in 1755 and in the "snow campaign" against the Cherokees in 1762. When the British-colonial hostilities began in the early 1770s, John Thomas resigned his English commission and formed the Patriots' Spartan Regiment in 1775. He was elected colonel and commander of the militia, in which the older Thomas sons-John, Jr., Abram, and Robert-and several sons-in-law served. The Thomas matriarch, her daughters, and her daughters-in-law all were as immersed in the defense of the Upper Piedmont as their men - for more information see Ilene Jones Cornwell E-mail: ijcorn@bellsouth.net

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Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia extracted from the original court records of Augusta county, Virginia 1745-1800
by Lyman Chalkley. 3 vols. John Thomas is listed as surveyor. Spartanburg neighbors are the Black family. John Thomas and John Black are listed as Justices 1777-1778.

About 60 miles southeast of Spartanburg is another site associated with Jane Black Thomas' courage: The National Park Service's Ninety Six Historic Site, where Jane's husband John and two of their sons, Abram and Robert, were imprisoned in the two-story brick jail in June of 1780. http://www.rootsweb.com/~scsparta/sparta_troops.htm When Jane went to visit her menfolk on July 11, she overheard two Tory women talking. One woman said to the other, "Tomorrow night the Loyalists intend to surprise the Rebels at Cedar Spring."

Jane's heart must have missed several beats upon hearing of the planned attack. Cedar Spring, a few miles from the Thomas home, was where her firstborn, John, had headquartered about 60 members of the reorganized Spartan Regiment. Several of her sons-in-law and various kin were at Cedar Spring with the Flying Camp--a name often applied to the Spartan Regiment because of its frequency of action and movement. The little, black-haired Irishwoman didn't wait around for confirmation of the overheard Tory gossip. She rushed to her horse and made a hasty departure from Ninety Six jail, heading northwest to warn the Spartans of the impending attack. She rode over 60 miles of rough, forbidding terrain during the night and through the following day, arriving at Cedar Spring with the timely warning. Then, as Jane rode on to her home, a plan was drawn up to entrap the Tories. The Spartans built up their campfires at dusk to burn brightly near improvised bedrolls. Then the men withdrew and hid themselves in the surrounding forest. They hadn't long to wait. Shortly after preparations were complete, 150 British and Tory soldiers cautiously advanced to surprise the "sleeping" Spartans. The soldiers suddenly found themselves attacked from the rear by the militia they had expected to surprise. "Thrown into confusion by this unexpected reception, defeat, overwhelming defeat, was the consequence to the loyalists. . .The victory thus easily achieved they owed to the spirit and courage of a woman!"

After the Revolutionary War's conclusion, Jane Black Thomas established yet another homestead in the western frontier. In 1785 she and John Thomas moved to the vicinity of Greenville, when Colonel Thomas was appointed commissioner of land locations for the new Greenville County. Here the couple resided and prospered until their deaths just six months apart in 1811.

Until the day of her death on April 16, 1811, this spunky "feminist" adamantly refused to drink tea, saying it was "the blood of the poor men who first fell in the war" (and two of her sons and two sons-in-law were among those slain in battle). Jane Black Thomas remained a "sincere and spirited whig" -a Patriot-to the very end of her 91 years.

Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina by J. B. O. Landrum p. 110 and 144 stories of Jane Thomas as above.

Dr. Landrum's HISTORY OF SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SC There is a chapter devoted to Col. John Thomas, of Revolutionary War fame. He was born in Wales and raised in Chester County, PA.

Thomas, John, Sr. b. 1720 d. post 1811 m. Jane Black. He served as Col of the Spartan Regiment of Militia during 1775 and 1776. He was taken prisoner and held fourteen months. Council of Safety, 7, VN 1775. South Carolina Roster of Patriots. p. 925. http://home.netcom.com/~fzsaund/thomas.html

Some Heroes of the American Revolution by J.D. Bailey -- Col. John Thomas has a chapter, as does Col. Joseph McJunkin, his son-in-law.

Women of the American Revolution by Elizabeth Ellet -- Jane (Black) Thomas, wife of Col. John Thomas has a chapter in this book.

A Coloring Book of Heroines of the American Revolution by Joel Canon (Illustrator), Alan Archambault -- Includes a picture and a page about Jane (Black) Thomas, our ancestor.

Noble Deeds of American Women by Jesse Clement -- Jane (Black) Thomas is covered in two pages.

Biographical Directory of the South Carolina House of Representatives, volume III, 1775-1790 by N Bailey -- Col. John Thomas Sr. and Col. John Thomas Jr. covered in a nice biographical sketch with references. Thanks to the McCown website for these references

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Joseph married Ann Thomas on 09 March 1779 in Ninety-Six District SC.

war record http://sc_tories.tripod.com/sketch_of_joseph_mcjunkin.htm Major Joseph McJunkin was born on 22 June 1755 in Chester County, Pennsylvania (PA); he died 31 May 1846 in Union County, South Carolina (SC). Ann was the daughter of Colonel John Thomas and Jane Black. She was born 15 January 1757 in Chester County PA, and died 17 March 1826 in Union County SC

Joseph Jr. b.1791 m. 1817 Nancy Sartor (1801-53) dau. Amanda McJunkin m. David Jones Fant (1814-81)

John Thomas McJunkin m. Margaret Alexander -- Troup Co., Ga 1840 sale of land recorded.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10...

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 M i. CAPT Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' Mc Junkin was born on 25 Jan 1780 in Ninety-Six District, SC, died on 1 Jun 1815 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

+ 46 F ii. Ann Jane 'Annie' Mc Junkin was born on 16 Nov 1782 in Union District, SC, died on 9 Aug 1846 in Pickens County, AL, and was buried in Old Mount Moriah Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL.

+ 47 M iii. John Thomas 'Jack' Mc Junkin was born on 29 Jan 1785 in Union District, SC, died on 15 Jun 1854 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

+ 48 M iv. Abraham Fawill 'Abram' Mc Junkin was born on 27 Feb 1787 in Cane Creek, Union District, SC, died on 29 Apr 1859 in Brushy Creek, Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

49 M v. William Humphries 'Bill' Mc Junkin was born on 16 Jan 1789 in Union District, SC, died on 9 Dec 1806 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10...

+ 50 M vi. Joseph Caldwell 'Joe' Mc Junkin Jr. was born on 8 Oct 1791 in Union District, SC, died on 27 Feb 1850 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

51 M vii. Dr. James Black 'Jim' Mc Junkin M.D. was born on 20 Nov 1793 in Union District, SC and died in 1845 in Wilkes County, GA.

General Notes: James McJunkin, son of Abram & Margaret Savage McJunkin, married Eveline Hobson. I wonder if prior researchers got this mixed up?

James married Miss Hobson.

+ 52 M viii. Benjamin Franklin 'Ben' Mc Junkin was born on 20 Oct 1796 in Union District, SC and died on 2 Feb 1851 in Newberry District, SC.

53 F ix. Amelia Sarah 'Sally' Mc Junkin was born on 3 May 1799 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: Amelia possibly remarried? Did she go to GA with her younger siblings?

Amelia married Thomas O' Keefe on 14 Sep 1823 in Union District, SC. Thomas was born in 1770 and died on 25 Sep 1823 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: Thomas could be buried in the Union Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., SC

He died shortly after they were married. Why?

+ 54 M x. Dr. David Waites 'Dave' Mc Junkin M.D. was born on 2 May 1801 in Union District, SC, died on 28 Jul 1871 in Greene County, GA, and was buried in Siloam Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, GA.

55 M xi. Davis Lewis 'Lou' Mc Junkin was born on 16 Feb 1803 in Union District, SC and died in ? Wilkes County, GA ?.

General Notes: Davis L. McJunkin bought Lot 104 in the 14th District in 1840, Troup Co., GA. This 40 acre lot was part of north Pool's Mills.

In 1840 J.T. McJunkin sold to D.L. McJunkin a mortgage for a slave, a horse and wagon, and a bale of cotton, Troup Co., GA.

Davis is listed in the 1850 Wilkes Co., GA census in the household of his brother, David. He is listed as a mechanic, which in those days was a carpenter.

1860 Troup Co., GA - Pools Mills District Page: 224 (#52) - June 12, 1860
356/324 Davis McJunkin 48 mw Georgia
Tabitha 44 fw Georgia
Elisha Porter 20 wm Georgia

Married before Tabitha?

Davis married Tabitha Evans, daughter of Unknown, on 21 Apr 1859 in La Grange, Troup County, GA. Tabitha was born in 1820 in SC, died in ? Pool's Mill, Troup County, GA ?, and was buried in Probably Liberty Hill Cemetery, Heard Co., GA.

Marriage Notes: David Mcjunkin to Tabitha Porten. (both misspelled)

Davis next married Susan (Mc Junkin).

18. Daniel Bogan Mc Junkin Sr. (Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 30 Nov 1756 in Ninety-Six/Union District, SC and died on 20 Mar 1825 in Greenville District, SC.

General Notes: Military Service Bet. 1779 - 1782: Colonels Brandon and Thomas' Regiments of the SC Militia. Daniel McJunkin was an American Revolutionary patriot. He married Jane Chesney. He was a Revolutionary War Patriot, serving in the Battle of Kings Mountain, North Carolina. Prior to this battle, he was captured by the British and escaped. He was later "run through" by a British Officer's sword.
Daniel served in the American Revolution. Was wounded in the shoulder with a saber. Taken prisoner. Brother Joseph tried to make an exchange with the British for Daniel, but British wouldn't accept. Daniel later made his escape. Fought in Battle of King's Mountain. During this battle, Alexander Chesney, his brother-in-law, also fought - for the British. Daniel was mentioned in the record of the battle of King's Mountain.

Daniel married Jane Purdy Chesney on 28 Feb 1782 in Cleveland, Union District, SC. Jane was born on 15 Sep 1763 in Dunclug, County Antrim, Ulster Province, Ireland and died on 21 Aug 1841 in Greenville District, SC.

General Notes: http://mayfield02.tripod.com/mcjunkin_family.htm

Jane Chesney is the sister of the well known Loyalist leader, Alexander Chesney. Alexander Chesney's "Journal" is a primary source of information on the Revolutionary War in the SC Backcountry.

My understanding is that there was much consternation in the McJunkin family, particularly from Daniel's brother, Major Joseph McJunkin, when Daniel married the sister of a leading Tory. At the time, in 1782, the Revolution was virtually over, but ill feeling between the loyalists and rebels lasted for many years after the end of the War.

Jane Chesney's family had arrived in South Carolina from Ulster Province, Ireland, in October 1772. After a few months search for good land, the family settled on a 400-acre tract on the north side of Pacolet River near Grindal Shoals, about 12 miles from where the Pacolet empties into the Broad River. At the time, this land was in the Ninety-Six District of SC, in that part which, after the Revolution, became Union County.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 56 M i. Joseph Dyar Mc Junkin Sr. was born on 1 Dec 1783 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 27 Jan 1855 in Union, Union County, SC.

57 F ii. Elizabeth Mc Junkin was born on 5 Nov 1785 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died <1806> in Greenville, Greenville District, SC.

Elizabeth married Mr. Steward.

+ 58 M iii. William Chesney Mc Junkin was born on 28 Nov 1787 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 11 Dec 1874 in Pendleton County, KY.

59 M iv. James Bogan Purdy Mc Junkin was born in 1789 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC.

James married Margaret Douthit <1814> in Union District, SC.

60 M v. John Thomas Mc Junkin was born on 27 Oct 1792 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC.

John married Nancy T. (Mc Junkin).

John next married Susan (Mc Junkin).

+ 61 M vi. Samuel Caldwell Mc Junkin was born on 23 Oct 1795 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 17 Apr 1873 in Ducktown, Polk County, TN.

62 F vii. Margaret Mc Junkin was born on 20 Jul 1798 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 20 Apr 1863 in Springville, St. Clair County, AL.

Margaret married James P. Pearson Sr..

General Notes: 5 Unknown PEARSON
5 Moriam Sylvania PEARSON
5 Jane PEARSON
5 Unknown PEARSON
5 Charles M. PEARSON
5 Harvey K. PEARSON
5 James PEARSON , Jr.
5 Margaret E. PEARSON
5 John Bogan PEARSON
5 Joshua PEARSON
5 Unknown PEARSON
5 Unknown PEARSON

+ 63 M viii. Daniel Bogan Mc Junkin Jr. was born on 12 Nov 1802 in Pickens District, SC, died on 10 Nov 1882 in Pickens District, SC, and was buried in Saluda Hill Cemetery, Dacusville, SC.

64 M ix. George Shotwell Mc Junkin was born on 6 Dec 1803 in Henderson County, NC and died in 1869.

George married Anna (Mc Junkin).

21. Samuel Caldwell Mc Junkin Jr. (Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1764 in Union District, SC and died on 31 Oct 1841 in Greenville District, SC.

General Notes: http://mayfield02.tripod.com/mcjunkin_family.htm

Samuel McJunkin's will, dated 20 July 1839, was entered into probate in Greenville County SC on 6 Dec 1841. In the will, Samuel mentions his wife, Sarah; his daughters, Polly Cobb and Nancy Mayfield; and his grandson, Samuel Mayfield. David Blythe and Absolom Blythe are named as executors. [See Greenville County SC Will Book C, pages 73-75.]

Samuel married Sarah Elizabeth Brummett on 2 Feb 1793 in SC. Sarah was born in 1770 and died on 15 Aug 1860.

Children from this marriage were:

65 F i. Ann 'Nancy' Mc Junkin.

66 F ii. Mary 'Polly' Mc Junkin.

25. James Mc Junkin (Butler Co., PA 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1777 in Ireland and died in 1833 in Butler County, PA.

General Notes: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pabutler/1883/83-46.htm

James MCJUNKIN came from the North of Ireland, and in the year 1798 located upon the 400-acre tract now owned for the most part by his son, John R. MCJUNKIN. The first night int he wilderness was passed by sleeping upon a huge sandstone rock, which stood near the site of the large barn on the homestead. A small log cabin was erected at once, however, which served as a dwelling until about 1830, when a substantial house of hewed logs was built, to be succeeded in turn by the present brick structure, which was erected in 1861, by John R. MCJUNKIN. The elder Mr. MCJUNKIN (James) was married soon after his settlement in this county to Miss TURK, and by her he had two sons, viz., David and William. She died early, and in 1818 he was married again to Miss Nancy TURNER. The children by this marriage were Mary Ann, James, Hannah, Samuel, John R. and Sarah J., twins, Martha and Susan; of whom James, John C., Hannah, Sarah J. and Susan are living. The father died March 6, 1833, and his second wife, February 25, 1858. When James MCJUNKIN died, he left his wife and a large family of little ones still struggling upon an encumbered estate, the conditions of its purchase not yet fulfilled. As a consequence, men denominated in those days "land jobbers," ever on the alert to take advantage of one's pecuniary distress, stepped forward and obtained possession of three-fourths of the tract. However, the widow and the children managed successfully. One of her sons was elected County Register and Recorder, also to represent this district in the State Legislature, while another son (John R.) besides being known as one of the most respected citizens of the township and county, has succeeded in again obtaining possession of 350 of the 400 acres first settled by his father, and also owns eighty acres in a separate tract. James MCJUNKIN, Sr., had two brothers, viz., David and John, and two sisters, who settled in this part of the county, besides a cousin named William MCJUNKIN, who was the first to occupy the BRACKNEY farm.

In the MCJUNKIN neighborhood was erected the first church edifice (in church history) and the first school building in this part of Butler County. The first schoolhouse, which stood near the present Muddy Creek Presbyterian Church, was built in 1827, of the logs which formed the first church building. One side of the interior was occupied by a large fire place. In summer an opening the width of one log extending around the three remaining sides, afforded space for the penetration of light. In winter these open spaces were covered with greased paper. The building when used either as a church or schoolhouse, had no floor, and the sittings were rude and rough benches hewed from the trunks of trees. Thomas ALLEN, Joseph STERRITT and Stephen ALLEN were the early subscription teachers. After the adoption of the free school law in 1834, Daniel CARTER and others, among them, John R. MCJUNKIN officiated as teachers.

James married Asenath Turk in 1804 in Butler County, PA. Asenath was born in 1788 in Ireland.

Children from this marriage were:

67 M i. David Mc Junkin.

68 M ii. William Mc Junkin.

69 M iii. John R. 'Squire' Mc Junkin.

James next married Nancy Turner in 1818 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

70 F i. Mary Mc Junkin.

71 M ii. James T. Mc Junkin.

General Notes: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pabutler/1895/95x70-2.htm

JAMES T. McJUNKIN, eldest son of James and Nancy McJUNKIN, was born in 1820 upon the old homestead. He received a common school education and in early life taught school for several years. In 1848 he was elected to the office of register and recorder, and re-elected in 1851. He engaged in the insurance business in 1860, and from that date up to 1873 followed that busines in connection with a foundry and marble shop. In 1867 he was elected to the legislature, and served in the sessions of 1868-69. He continued in the insurance business to the time of his death, March 16, 1885. He married Martha, daughter of John ROSE, a native of New Jersey, but a resident of Butler, and his family consisted of seven children, as follows: John P., who died February 6, 1866; Agnes D., widow of George A. BLACK; Mary E., wife of W.T. MECHLING; James C.; Loyal S.; Ira, and Minnie, deceased. Politically, he was a Whig and afterwards a Republican, and a leading spirit in public affairs. In 1862 he enlisted in Company G, [p. 736] Fourteenth Pennsylvania Militia, which went out to assist in repelling Lee's invasion of the State. He was a member of Connoquenessing Lodge, Number 278, I.O.O.F., and Butler Lodge, Number 272, F.&A.M. In religious belief, he was a Presbyterian.

72 F iii. Hannah Mc Junkin.

73 M iv. Samuel Mc Junkin.

74 M v. John R. Mc Junkin.

75 F vi. Sarah J. Mc Junkin.

76 F vii. Martha Mc Junkin.

77 F viii. Susan Mc Junkin.

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)

33. David Mc Junkin (Aquilla Hollingsworth 3, William Mc Gee 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1).

David married Mary Elizabeth Hay.

Children from this marriage were:

78 M i. James Henry Mc Junkin.

79 M ii. William D. Mc Junkin.

45. CAPT Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 25 Jan 1780 in Ninety-Six District, SC, died on 1 Jun 1815 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

General Notes:

The transcription I have of the tombstone appears to be wrong. He was born in 1780, not 1770-ish as the stones age of "44 years" would put it, making him 35 years at death. Also, the coroner's inquest states he died 1815.

Tombstone inscription:

Erected
To The Memory Of
Capt. Samuel McJunkin
Who Died The
First Day of June, 1814
Aged 44 Years.

Death like an overflowing stream
Sweeps us away, our life's a dream
An empty tale, a morning flow'r
Cut down & withered in an hour.

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This Samuel McJunkin died in Union County SC in a rather bizarre manner, on or about 1 June 1815. The county coroner's inquest stated the following:

"Union District - 1 June 1815.

"An inquest taken before William Kennedy, Coroner, upon the dead body of Capt. Samuel McJunkin lying dead at his own dwelling house upon the oaths of twelve good and lawful men being duly sworn and charged. Saith that the said Samuel McJunkin came to his death according to all evidence and circumstance that came before them by the stroke of an axe glanced out of a Negro man's hand, stoke him under the chin and split him upward which was the cause of his death. Negro man name Dick belonging to said McJunkin. ... " [See "Union County Coroner's Inquisitions 1806-1869," page 205.]

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10...

Samuel married Jemima Glenn Saunders in 1803 in Union District, SC. Jemima was born on 13 Feb 1783 in Goochland County, VA, died in 1866 in Polk County, TX, and was buried in ? Goochland Co., VA ?.

Children from this marriage were:

80 M i. Francis Marion Mc Junkin was born in 1804 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC.

General Notes: Went to Indiana.

Francis married Martha Beasley in IN.

81 M ii. Erasmus Harvey Mc Junkin was born in 1805 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC and died on 11 Apr 1834.

General Notes: Went to Indiana.

Erasmus married Mary Ann Smith Warner on 7 Oct 1827 in Daviess County, IN.

+ 82 M iii. John Saunders Mc Junkin was born on 8 Dec 1806 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC and died on 1 Mar 1878 in Leona, Leon County, TX.

+ 83 M iv. Joseph Jefferson Mc Junkin was born on 16 Sep 1808 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC, died on 28 Sep 1879 in Ida, Caddo Parish, LA, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, near Doddridge, AR.

84 M v. Thomas Newcastle Mc Junkin was born in 1810 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC.

General Notes: Died young.

+ 85 M vi. Samuel Sumpter Mc Junkin was born on 16 Apr 1813 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC, died on 18 Jan 1907 in Oconee County, SC, and was buried in South Union Baptist Church Cemetery.

86 M vii. William Henry Harrison Mc Junkin was born in 1815 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC.

William married Martha M. (Mc Junkin).

46. Ann Jane 'Annie' Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 16 Nov 1782 in Union District, SC, died on 9 Aug 1846 in Pickens County, AL, and was buried in Old Mount Moriah Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89...

Ann married George Baldwin Alexander, son of Rev. Dr. Joseph Wallace Alexander and Martha Esther Davis, in 1805 in Bullock Creek, York Dist., SC. George was born in 1775 in York District, SC, died in 1835 in Pickens County, AL, and was buried in Old Mount Moriah Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL.

Marriage Notes: Married in Bullock Creek Presbyterian Church by his father, Rev. Dr. J.W. Alexander.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89...

Children from this marriage were:

87 M i. James Mc Junkin Alexander was born in 1806 in Union District, SC.

88 F ii. Esther Alexander was born in 1810 in York District, SC and died 1853 ? in GA Or AL.

Esther married Samuel Keasler in 1833 in Union District, SC. Samuel was born on 8 Aug 1808 in Union District, SC and died on 29 Oct 1895 in Pickens County, AL.

+ 89 F iii. Margaret Jane Alexander was born on 5 Jul 1816 in York District, SC, died on 12 Nov 1858 in Pickens County, AL, and was buried in Old Mount Moriah Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL.

47. John Thomas 'Jack' Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 29 Jan 1785 in Union District, SC, died on 15 Jun 1854 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

General Notes: Founding members of the LaGrange Presbyterian Church, now First Presbyterian Church of LaGrange.

War of 1812????

http://clanboyd.info/aBoydFamilyFile.pdf
From document F229819:
01 March 1813 - John and Janet Boyd to grandson James Boyd, 46 acres on branch of Swift Creek. Witnesses: John Thomas McJunkin and Isaac Cook. (Union Co.)

In 1840 J.T. McJunkin sold to D.L. McJunkin a mortgage for a slave, a horse and wagon, and a bale of cotton, Troup Co., GA.

After much research with the city & archives, there is no burial record or plot/lot info for the location of the McJunkin/Wright graves. A great aunt pointed the location out to me.

1850 Troup Co., GA

John D. McJunkin
Mary E. (Manning)
Jervenia
John T.

Next door to T.M. & Parthenia Pool McJunkin.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=51...

John married Margaret Cannon 'Maggie' Alexander, daughter of Rev. Dr. Joseph Wallace Alexander and Martha Esther Davis, on 4 Feb 1803 in Bullock Creek, York Dist., SC. Margaret was born on 15 Jun 1783 in Union District, SC, died on 25 Sep 1843 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

Marriage Notes: Married in Bullock Creek Presbyterian Church by her father, Rev. Dr. J.W. Alexander.

General Notes: Margaret's brother George married her sister-in-law Ann Jane McJunkin.

Through Margaret we are descended from Robert the Bruce & the line of Scottish Kings he produced, ending (for us) with King James IV.

http://clanboyd.info/aBoydFamilyFile.pdf
From document F229819:
01 March 1813 - John and Janet Boyd to grandson James Boyd, 46 acres on branch of Swift Creek. Witnesses: John Thomas McJunkin and Isaac Cook.

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/troup/bibles/johnwwri119bb....
Wright Family Bible:
Margaret Cannon Alexander McJunkin (Ann's mother) died the morning of September 25, 1843.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=51...

Children from this marriage were:

90 M i. Joseph Andrew 'Joe' Mc Junkin was born on 25 Dec 1803 in Union District, SC and died on 17 Mar 1858 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: Stayed in SC.

91 M ii. George Washington 'Wash' Mc Junkin was born in 1805 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: Stayed in SC.

92 F iii. Martha Matilda 'Molly' Mc Junkin was born in 1807 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: Stayed in SC.

Martha married Lavender Or Alexander Smith in 1824 in Union District, SC.

93 M iv. Samuel Alexander 'Sam' Mc Junkin was born on 17 Mar 1810 in Union District, SC, died on 21 Jan 1853 in Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

General Notes: Never married, no issue.

Samuel W. McJunkin of Walton Co. (GA), bought Lot 229 in the 6th District, Feb. 1828. He sold this land in 1831, never having lived on it. This land is SE of LaGrange, in the middle of nowhere. (Troup Co., GA)

Sam went to Chambers Co., AL with his brother Theo.

1850 Census of Chambers Co., AL - HH194

Samuel McJunkin - - - 40 - M - shoe maker - - - SC - in the home of Rolin McKnight

+ 94 F v. Ann Jane 'Annie' Mc Junkin was born on 29 Aug 1812 in Union District, SC, died on 12 Oct 1850 in Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

+ 95 M vi. Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' Mc Junkin was born on 21 Jan 1814 in Union District, SC, died on 10 May 1877 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

96 M vii. Thomas Madison 'Tom' Mc Junkin was born on 16 Feb 1816 in Union District, SC, died on 17 Mar 1877 in Clay County, AL, and was buried in Mt. Gilead Methodist Church Cemetery, Clay County, AL.

General Notes: He was in Troup Co., GA 1840-1850.

Thomas married Mary Partheny 'Parthena' Pool on 20 Nov 1839 in Troup County, GA. Mary was born on 2 Apr 1822 in Troup County, GA, died on 3 Nov 1912 in Clay County, AL, and was buried in Mt. Gilead Methodist Church Cemetery, Clay County, AL.

97 F viii. Susan Margaret 'Susie' Mc Junkin was born in 1819 in Union District, SC and died in 1821 in Union District, SC.

+ 98 M ix. John Davis 'J.D.' Mc Junkin was born in 1822 in Union District, SC.

99 F x. Esther Elmira 'Essie' Mc Junkin was born in 1825 in Union District, SC.

Esther married Daniel H. 'Dan' Hollingsworth on 4 Jul 1841 in La Grange, Troup County, GA. Daniel was born in 1813 in Stokes County, NC.

General Notes: 1850 Troup County GA
Daniel H. Hollingsworth 27 born NC - Harness maker
Easter E. 21 SC
Sarah J. 4 GA
Theophilus Z 4 GA
William J. GA

1860 Troup County GA
D.H. Hollingsworth 47 NC
E.A. 43 SC
S.J. 15 GA
Theophilus 12 GA
William J 9 GA
E.T. 7 GA
Daniel 5 GA

Maybe moved to Muscogee Co., GA during the start of the war?

I cannot locate them in 1870 or 1880. Daniel & Easter were surely dead by 1900.

Theo m. Mittie McBride (T.A. Hollingsworth & M.A. McBride) 1869 Barbour Co., AL & was in Dale Co., AL by 1880, but none of the other family members.

Sarah J. Hallingworth m. Geo. W. Knowles 1865 in Muscogee Co., GA.
William J. Hollingsworth m. Jessie A. Leitner 1887 in Muscogee Co., GA.

48. Abraham Fawill 'Abram' Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 27 Feb 1787 in Cane Creek, Union District, SC, died on 29 Apr 1859 in Brushy Creek, Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12...

Abraham married Margaret Savage, daughter of John Savage and Sarah Palmer, on 14 Mar 1809 in Union District, SC. Margaret was born on 10 Jul 1785 in Union District, SC, died on 23 Jun 1845 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12...

Children from this marriage were:

100 M i. William Davis Mc Junkin was born on 4 May 1809 in Union District, SC, died on 8 Sep 1812 in Union District, SC, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Union County, SC.

101 F ii. Sarah Ann Mc Junkin was born on 29 Oct 1811 and died on 26 Sep 1896.

Sarah married William T. Savage on 20 Apr 1847 in Union District, SC.

102 F iii. Nancy Harriet Mc Junkin was born on 13 Aug 1813 and died on 17 Aug 1849.

Nancy married George Spencer.

+ 103 M iv. James Mc Junkin was born on 28 Dec 1815 in Union District, SC, died on 1 Jul 1847 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

104 F v. Rebecca Mc Junkin was born on 11 May 1818 and died on 6 Apr 1904.

Rebecca married James Hodge Saye on 30 Jan 1838 in Union District, SC. James was born in 1808 and died in 1892.

105 M vi. Abram Savage Mc Junkin was born on 18 Nov 1820 and died on 17 Mar 1855.

50. Joseph Caldwell 'Joe' Mc Junkin Jr. (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 8 Oct 1791 in Union District, SC, died on 27 Feb 1850 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12...

Joseph married Nancy Hughes Sartor on 15 Jun 1815 in Union District, SC. Nancy was born on 7 Sep 1796 in Union District, SC, died on 15 Jan 1856 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=

Children from this marriage were:

106 F i. Evalina Emeline Mc Junkin was born on 9 Jan 1816 in Union District, SC and died on 24 May 1863.

Evalina married William Wilson.

General Notes: 6 Cornelia WILLSON
6 Ann WILLSON
6 Nancy WILLSON
6 Mazie WILLSON
6 Evie WILLSON
6 Thomas WILLSON
6 Mary WILLSON
6 Robert WILLSON
6 Laura WILLSON
6 Joseph WILLSON
6 William Jesse WILLSON
6 Ida WILLSON

107 F ii. Rebecca Victoria Mc Junkin was born on 13 Feb 1818 in Union District, SC, died on 22 Sep 1822 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

108 F iii. Elizabeth Frances Mc Junkin was born on 15 Jan 1820 in Union District, SC and died on 9 Aug 1904.

Elizabeth married Peter Anderson Davis. Peter was born in 1805 and died in 1887.

General Notes: 6 William J. DAVIS b: 1838 d: 1874
6 James P. DAVIS b: 1840 d: 1861
6 R. Thomas DAVIS b: 1841 d: 1924
6 John Phillip DAVIS b: 1843 d: 1868
6 Eruasmus DAVIS b: 1844 d: 1854
6 D. Sumpter DAVIS b: 1845 d: 1868
6 Warren McJunkin DAVIS b: 1849 d: 1872
6 Phillip DAVIS b: ABT. 1850
6 Martha Rebecca DAVIS b: ABT. 1853
6 Edwin DAVIS b: ABT. 1855
6 Samuel Jefferson DAVIS b: 1858 d: 1926
6 David Ashmore DAVIS b: 1859 d: 1916

109 F iv. Nancy Amanda Mc Junkin was born on 9 Nov 1821 in Union District, SC and died on 15 Nov 1901.

Nancy married David Jones Fant on 2 Apr 1839.

General Notes: 6 Lewis FANT
6 Perlicer Ephram FANT
6 Sarah Aramentha FANT b: 1840
6 Adolphus Ellsworth FANT b: 1841
6 Eudora FANT b: 1844
6 Monroe R. FANT b: 1845
6 David Bothwell FANT b: 1846
6 Mary Throne FANT b: 1847 d: 1921
6 John Alexander FANT b: 1857 d: 1907

+ 110 M v. William Sartor Mc Junkin was born on 19 Dec 1823 in Union District, SC and died on 2 Jul 1895 in Huntsville, Walker County, TX.

111 F vi. Mary Ann Mc Junkin was born on 26 Apr 1826 in Union District, SC and died on 22 May 1845 in Union District, SC.

Mary married Thomas Wilson.

112 M vii. Daniel Thomas Mc Junkin was born on 19 Feb 1829 in Union District, SC, died on 5 Jul 1830 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

+ 113 F viii. Sarah Jane Mc Junkin was born on 13 May 1831 in Union District, SC and died on 14 May 1897 in Santuc, Union County, SC.

114 M ix. Robert David Mc Junkin was born on 21 Aug 1833 in Union District, SC and died on 11 Oct 1866.

Robert married Della Thomas.

Robert next married Sarah Jane Jeter.

115 F x. Harriett Catherine Mc Junkin was born on 21 Jun 1836 in Union District, SC and died on 11 Aug 1916.

Harriett married R. Gillam H. Jeter on 25 Nov 1857.

52. Benjamin Franklin 'Ben' Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 20 Oct 1796 in Union District, SC and died on 2 Feb 1851 in Newberry District, SC.

General Notes: 1850 Newberry District (County), SC

Benjamin married Katherine Young 'Kate' Cunningham, daughter of John Cunningham and Eleanor Young, about 1825 in Union District, SC. Katherine was born in 1806 in Union District, SC and died in 1841 in SC.

Children from this marriage were:

116 F i. Harriett A. Mc Junkin was born in 1834 in SC.

117 M ii. J. B. Mc Junkin was born in 1837 in SC.

118 M iii. R. S. Mc Junkin was born in 1839 in SC.

119 M iv. Thomas W. Mc Junkin was born in 1841 in SC.

Benjamin next married Nancy Wilson in 1844 in Union District, SC. Nancy was born in 1811 in Newberry District, SC.

54. Dr. David Waites 'Dave' Mc Junkin M.D. (Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 2 May 1801 in Union District, SC, died on 28 Jul 1871 in Greene County, GA, and was buried in Siloam Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene County, GA.

General Notes: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/taliaferro/cemeteries/mcjun...

TALIAFERRO COUNTY, GA - CEMETERIES McJunkin Family

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Source:
Rest in Peace: A Cemetery Census of Taliaferro County -
Wiley B. Jones Wilkes Pub. Co. (Washington, Ga. 1984)
83 pages.


McJunkin Family

This burial site is located .3 mile north of Highway 44 and 3/4 mile west of the junction of Highways 22 and 44 on land now belonging to Jimmy McAvoy. [1984] It comprises approximately one acre but most graves are unmarked except for field stones. Two of the above graves are marked by initials carved into slate field stones. The site is very near the west boundary of the McAvoy place

E.A. M'J
(probably Elizabeth A. Daniel, wife of Dr. David W. McJunkin)

E.D. M. - 1812

Robert W. McJunkin 1840-1858
(probably son of Dr. David W. and Elizabeth Daniel McJunkin)

1850 Wilkes Co., GA

292 65 McJunkin D. W. 49 M W M. D. South Carolina [1801]
292 65 McJunkin Jane 28 F W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Anderson C. 21 M W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Sarah A. 18 F W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Samuel P. 16 M W Student Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Mary J. 14 F W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Robert W. 12 M W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin John 5 M W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin James 4 M W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Charles 2 M W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Edwin 1 M W Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Infant 1/12M W Georgia
292 65 Rhodes Benjamin 25 M W Teacher Georgia
292 65 McJunkin Davis 45 M W Mechanic

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David married Elizabeth Ann Daniel on 18 Dec 1828 in Wilkes County, GA. Elizabeth was born in 1806 in GA, died in 1842 in Wilkes County, GA, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Taliaferro Co., GA.

Marriage Notes: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/wilkes/vitals/marriage/wlkb...

Mcjunkin, David W. Daniel, Elizabeth A. 18 Dec 1828

Children from this marriage were:

+ 120 M i. Andrew Cunningham Mc Junkin was born on 18 Oct 1829 in Wilkes County, GA and died in TX.

121 F ii. Sarah Ann Mc Junkin was born on 17 Jul 1831 in Wilkes County, GA.

Sarah married Mr. Arnold.

122 M iii. Joseph Davis Mc Junkin was born on 15 May 1833 in Wilkes County, GA.

123 M iv. Samuel Pinckney Mc Junkin was born on 6 Feb 1835 in Wilkes County, GA and died on 8 Dec 1862 in Oglethorpe County, GA.

124 F v. Mary Jane Mc Junkin was born on 11 Dec 1838 in Wilkes County, GA and died on 30 Jun 1868 in Oglethorpe County, GA.

125 M vi. Robert Waites Mc Junkin was born on 4 Feb 1840 in Wilkes County, GA, died in 1858 in Oglethorpe County, GA, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Taliaferro Co., GA.

David next married Jane Hannah Mc Hargue, daughter of John Mc Hargue and Martha Hannah Thomas, on 25 May 1843 in Greene County, GA. Jane was born on 7 Mar 1812 in GA, died on 7 Sep 1884 in Greene County, GA, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Talliaferro Co., GA.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=73...

Children from this marriage were:

126 M i. John Mc Hargue Mc Junkin was born on 1 Aug 1844 in Wilkes County, GA, died on 1 Dec 1862 in Greene County, GA, and was buried in McJunkin Cemetery, Taliaferro Co., GA.

+ 127 M ii. James Black Mc Junkin was born on 9 Aug 1845 in Wilkes County, GA, died on 8 Mar 1903 in Siloam, Greene County, GA, and was buried in Siloam Cemetery, Siloam, GA.

128 M iii. Charles Mc Junkin was born on 6 Jan 1847 in Wilkes County, GA.

Charles married Emma Jane Winter.

+ 129 M iv. Edwin Thomas Mc Junkin was born on 9 Jul 1848 in Wilkes County, GA and died in AL.

+ 130 M v. Henry King Mc Junkin was born on 7 Apr 1850 in Wilkes County, GA and died on 4 Jun 1916.

56. Joseph Dyar Mc Junkin Sr. (Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 1 Dec 1783 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 27 Jan 1855 in Union, Union County, SC.

Joseph married Lanetta Evans.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 131 M i. Samuel Huston Mc Junkin.

+ 132 M ii. Berry Mc Junkin.

+ 133 M iii. Joseph Dyer Mc Junkin Jr. was born on 3 Feb 1826 in Greenville District, SC and died in Jul 1905 in Greenville District, SC.

134 F iv. Catharine Mc Junkin.

135 F v. Esther Nelson Mc Junkin.

136 F vi. Lettie Mc Junkin.

58. William Chesney Mc Junkin (Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 28 Nov 1787 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 11 Dec 1874 in Pendleton County, KY.

William married Mary Bailey on 21 Feb 1808 in Greenville District, SC.

The child from this marriage was:

137 F i. Marty Elizabeth Mc Junkin was born in 1809 and died in 1880 in Grant County, KY.

Marty married Hardy Phillips in 1825 in TN.

61. Samuel Caldwell Mc Junkin (Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 23 Oct 1795 in Greenville, Greenville District, SC and died on 17 Apr 1873 in Ducktown, Polk County, TN.

General Notes: http://mayfield02.tripod.com/mcjunkin_family.htm

26. Samuel4 McJunkin (Daniel3, Samuel2, Robert1) was born 23 October 1795 in South Carolina, and died 17 April 1873 in Polk County TN. He married (1) Catherine Elizabeth Kerr Abt. 1817 in Polk County TN, daughter of Richard Foreman and Elizabeth Kerr. She was born 01 January 1800 in Tennessee, and died January 1871 in Izard County, Arkansas. He married (2) Jane McClanahan Abt. 1848 in Polk County TN. She was born 26 January 1820 in Blount County TN, and died Abt. 1903 in Polk County TN.

NOTES FOR SAMUEL MCJUNKIN

Samuel McJunkin served in the War of 1812 as a horse farrier under Captain James Monroe. By occupation, he was both a blacksmith and gunsmith.

NOTES FOR CATHERINE ELIZABETH KERR

In about 1837, Elizabeth, who was half Cherokee, removed to Arkansas - probably with a group of Cherokees that were forced to remove west of the Mississippi. Prior to the Cherokee removal, the couple had experienced serious marital difficulties. Elizabeth claimed that she had been abused by Samuel; the couple were formally divorced on 23 August 1841. When she departed to Arkansas, Elizabeth took three of her four children with her, i. e., Hester, Tilman and Juliette; these three children lived out their lives and died in Arkansas. Thadeus Turk McJunkin stayed behind in Tennessee.

http://boards.ancestry.ca/surnames.mcjunkin/95.96.97.105/mb....

Notes for SAMUEL MCJUNKIN:
Occupation - Blacksmith, Farmer

Lived at - Greeneville District, SC McMinn, Braadley, Polk Co., TN

Military service - Cherokee Indian Removal, Bradley Co., TN 1837-8 US Navy (1812)

Buried at McJunkin Cemetary - 2 miles west of Ducktown, Polk Co., TN

Scottish Presbyterian

Samuel served in war of 1812 as a horse farrier under Capt. James Monrow. His occupation was a blacksmith/gunsmith

More About SAMUEL MCJUNKIN:
Fact 1: 1840, Census; Bradley Co. TN
Fact 2: 1851, living in (Polk), TN

Notes for CATHERINE ELIZABETH CARR:
Indian name: Forman

Kerr, Karr, Carr

Elizabeth, Catherine Elizabeth, Mary Elizabeth

Betsy, Betsey

Parent's unkown at present

Places of residence: SC, TN, AR

Occupation: Innkeeper

Katherine Elizabeth Carr divorced Samuel due to (her story) spousal abuse. Story goes like this: Samuel would get drunk, tie her to a chair and threaten to cut off her hair then go outside and shoot at the moon! I have no idea if this is true or not but according to descendants of Samuel's second marriage, Samuel never touched liquior. She remarried to William P. Morris ( a doctor, I think) then a third time to Judge Samuel Billingsley. At one point she was said to have owned a hotel.


More About CATHERINE ELIZABETH CARR:
Fact 1: Abt. 1837, left for Arkansas
Fact 2: 1851, living in (Polk), TN

Children of SAMUEL MCJUNKIN and CATHERINE CARR are:
i. HESTER ANNE5 MCJUNKIN4, b. 01 Dec 1818, (Greenville District), SC; d. 20 Jul 1881, Ward, (Lonoke), AR; m. ROBERT JOSHUA WILLIAMS5, 25 Jun 1835, (McMinn), TN ?6.

Notes for HESTER ANNE MCJUNKIN:
Buried at Old Austin, (Lonoke) AR

Lived at - SC, TN, AR, TX

More About HESTER ANNE MCJUNKIN:
Fact 1: 1819, Came to Indian Nation (now East TN)

Notes for ROBERT JOSHUA WILLIAMS:
Occupation - farmer, miller

Church - Baptist (Ocoee),TN

Lived at - (Pulaski), KY - McMinn and Polk Co. TN

ii. TILLMAN ROLEN MCJUNKIN7, b. 09 Jul 1820, (McMinn), TN; d. Abt. 1869, (Izard), AR; m. MILLA (WALKER) HAMMONDS, 1843.

Notes for TILLMAN ROLEN MCJUNKIN:
Could have died circa 1868

A William Findley lived with this family in 1850. 1850 Census - Fulton Co., Arkansas. 1860 Census - Izard Co., Arkansas.

iii. JULETTE MANDEYVILLE MCJUNKIN7, b. 01 Oct 1825, (McMinn), TN; d. Aft. 1850, AR; m. (_) LOYD8.

More About JULETTE MANDEYVILLE MCJUNKIN:
Fact 1: Married in Llyod, AR

iv. THADDEUS TURK MCJUNKIN9, b. 26 Jun 1833, (Bradley), TN; d. 1913, (Bledsoe), TN; m. (1) SARAH TRAUGER; m. (2) MARTHA ANN PATSY JOHNSON EMANUEL, Abt. 1851, (Polk), TN.

Notes for THADDEUS TURK MCJUNKIN:
First Postmaster Glade Creek, TN

Went by Turk

More About THADDEUS TURK MCJUNKIN:
Fact 1: 1850, Living with Robert & Hester Williams; age 17

Notes for SARAH TRAUGER:
belong to Cherokee Indian tribe

Notes for MARTHA ANN PATSY JOHNSON EMANUEL:
AKA - Patsy

Children of SAMUEL MCJUNKIN and JANE MCCLANAHAN are:
v. SARAH CAROLINE5 MCJUNKIN, b. 07 Apr 1845.
vi. SAMUEL JAMES MCJUNKIN, b. 23 Dec 1850; d. 15 Jan 1900.

More About SAMUEL JAMES MCJUNKIN:
Cause of Death: Fever

vii. LOUISA JANE MCJUNKIN, b. 20 Mar 1855, (Polk), TN; d. 1955, (Polk), TN; m. ANDREW JACKSON CARNEY.
viii. MARGARET ANGELINE MCJUNKIN, b. 02 Sep 1861, (Polk), TN; d. 13 Jul 1934, (Polk), TN; m. JAMES HENRY NICHOLSON, Abt. 1883.

Notes for MARGARET ANGELINE MCJUNKIN:
Buried in Ducktown, (Polk), AR in McJunkin family cemetary

14. MARGARET4 MCJUNKIN (DANIEL3, SAMUEL2, ROBERT1)10 was born 20 Jul 1798 in (Greenville), SC. She married JAMES PEARSON, SR. Abt. 1819 in SC, son of CHARLES PEARSON and JANE ?.

Children of MARGARET MCJUNKIN and JAMES PEARSON are:
i. UNKNOWN5 PEARSON.
ii. MORIAM SYLVANIA PEARSON.
iii. JANE PEARSON.
iv. UNKNOWN PEARSON.
v. CHARLES M. PEARSON.
vi. HARVEY K. PEARSON.
vii. JAMES PEARSON, JR..
viii. MARGARET E. PEARSON.
ix. JOHN BOGAN PEARSON.
x. JOSHUA PEARSON.

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Samuel McJunkin b 23 Oct 1795 in Washington District of Greenville Co, SC d 17 Apr 1873 in Ducktown, Polk, TN did indeed have two wives. He m (1) Catherine Elizabeth "Betsy" Kerr (Karr, Carr) and had four children:
Hester Anne b 01 Dec 1818, Greenville District,SC
Tilman Rolen b 09 July 1820, McMinn Co, TN
Juliet Mandeville "Mandy" b 01 Oct 1825, McMinn Co, TN
Thadeous Turk b 26 Jun 1833, Bradley Co, TN
After Samuel and Elizabeth divorced in Bradley Co, TN in 1840, Samuel m Sarah Jane McClanahan and they had four children:
Sarah Caroline b 07 Apr 1843, Polk Co,TN
Samuel James b 23 Dec 1850, Polk Co,TN
Luisa Jane b 20 Mar 1855, Polk Co, TN
Margaret Angeline b 02 Sep 1861
Samuel is the son of Daniel McJunkin b 30 Nov 1756 in Ninety-Six District, SC, d 20 Mar 1825 in Greeneville District, SC and m Jane Chesney 28 Feb 1782.
Daniel is the son of Samuel McJunkin b 25 Jan 1724/25 in County Tyrone, Ire, d 25 Apr 1808 on the Boone Trail, Christian Co, KY. He m Anne Bogan 09 Sep 1754.
Daniel served in the Revolutioary War and his father, Samuel was imprisioned by the British for inciting the Colonists to revolt.

Samuel married Catherine Elizabeth Kerr.

General Notes: Also Karr, Carr.

Children from this marriage were:

138 F i. Hester Anne Mc Junkin was born on 1 Dec 1818 in SC and died on 20 Jul 1881 in AR.

Hester married Robert Joshua Williams. Robert was born on 26 Nov 1796 and died in 1868.

+ 139 M ii. Tillman Rolen Mc Junkin Sr. was born on 9 Jul 1820 and died in 1869.

140 F iii. Juliette Mandyville Mc Junkin was born on 1 Oct 1825.

Juliette married Mr. Loyd.

+ 141 M iv. Thaddeus Turk Mc Junkin was born on 26 Jun 1833.

Samuel next married Sarah Jane Mc Clanahan in Polk County, TN.

Children from this marriage were:

142 F i. Sarah Caroline Mc Junkin was born on 7 Apr 1845.

143 M ii. Samuel James Mc Junkin was born on 23 Dec 1850.

144 F iii. Louisa Jane Mc Junkin was born on 20 Mar 1855.

Louisa married Andrew Jackson Carney.

145 F iv. Margaret Angeline Mc Junkin was born on 2 Sep 1861.

Margaret married James Henry Nicholson.

63. Daniel Bogan Mc Junkin Jr. (Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 12 Nov 1802 in Pickens District, SC, died on 10 Nov 1882 in Pickens District, SC, and was buried in Saluda Hill Cemetery, Dacusville, SC.

General Notes: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=77...

Daniel married Elender Douthit.

Children from this marriage were:

146 M i. John D. Mc Junkin.

147 F ii. Polly Mc Junkin.

148 F iii. Jane Mc Junkin.

149 M iv. Robert Mc Junkin.

150 F v. Lucretia Ann Mc Junkin.

151 F vi. Elizabeth Mc Junkin.

152 F vii. Sarah Mc Junkin.

153 M viii. Joseph Mc Junkin.

154 F ix. Lena Mc Junkin.

155 F x. Lucy Mc Junkin.

156 F xi. Nancy Rebecca Mc Junkin died on 11 Dec 1911 in Pickens District, SC.

Nancy married John Masters.

General Notes: 6 Sleta R. Lillie MASTERS
6 John King MASTERS
6 Martha Rebecca MASTERS
6 Angie F. MASTERS
6 Ida Elender MASTERS
6 Maxwell Rufus MASTERS
6 Florence Athalander MASTERS
6 Mary Ivey MASTERS
6 Dovie Durangy MASTERS
6 Walker Terrel MASTERS
6 Dick MASTERS

Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)

82. John Saunders Mc Junkin (Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' (CAPT) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 8 Dec 1806 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC and died on 1 Mar 1878 in Leona, Leon County, TX.

General Notes: Went to Texas.

John married Elizabeth Ann Morrow on 4 Feb 1830 in Franklin County, GA.

Children from this marriage were:

157 F i. Mary Ann Jemima Mc Junkin was born on 30 Sep 1831 in GA and died in 1866 in Grimes County, TX.

Mary married Elijah Winzer on 16 Nov 1848 in Stewart County, GA.

158 F ii. Martha Ann Eliza Mc Junkin was born on 27 Apr 1834 in GA.

159 F iii. Nancy Jane Mc Junkin was born on 25 Oct 1836 in GA and died on 8 Sep 1857.

Nancy married Silas Winzer on 24 Feb 1853 in Stewart County, GA.

General Notes: Also: Windsor

+ 160 M iv. Samuel Brooks Mc Junkin was born on 23 Dec 1838 in Stewart County, GA, died on 25 Feb 1925 in San Angelo, Tom Green County, TX, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Waco, TX.

161 F v. Amanda Malina Mc Junkin was born on 6 Apr 1842 in Stewart County, GA, died on 22 Nov 1920 in Bexar County, TX, and was buried near huntsville, Walker Co., TX.

Amanda married G. O. Bush in 1890 in Grimes County, TX.

162 F vi. Frances Elizabeth Mc Junkin was born on 22 Nov 1846 in GA.

Frances married J. L. Durham on 28 Aug 1873.

163 M vii. John Morrow Mc Junkin was born on 21 Sep 1849 in GA, died on 1 Jan, and was buried in Madisonville, Madison Co., TX.

John married Mary Sulecia Hutchins on 5 Jan 1876 in Madison County, TX.

164 F viii. Angelina Victoria Mc Junkin was born on 6 Sep 1854 in Twiggs County, GA, died on 12 Sep 1948 in Combs County, TX, and was buried near huntsville, Walker Co., TX.

Angelina married Edwin Harris Tharp on 24 Dec 1874 in Grimes County, TX.

83. Joseph Jefferson Mc Junkin (Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' (CAPT) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 16 Sep 1808 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC, died on 28 Sep 1879 in Ida, Caddo Parish, LA, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, near Doddridge, AR.

General Notes: McJUNKINS, Joseph J. m Milley COCKERBAM, 30 Nov 1855, Franklin Co. GA. Same Joseph?

Joseph married Amelia Monroe Cockerham, daughter of Richard Cockerham and Sarah Hooper, <1835> in GA. Amelia was born on 5 Apr 1812 in Polk County, GA, died on 21 Oct 1879 in Ida, Caddo Parish, LA, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, near Doddridge, AR.

Children from this marriage were:

165 M i. Charles Marion Mc Junkin was born on 9 Nov 1836 in Polk County, GA.

Charles married Barbara Anne Robison on 13 Oct 1859.

166 M ii. Erasmus Harvey Mc Junkin was born on 30 Jul 1838 in Polk County, GA.

Erasmus married Adeline S. Morgan.

167 F iii. Massey Susan Mc Junkin was born on 17 Jul 1840 in Polk County, GA.

Massey married William Wyckle on 15 Jul 1858.

168 F iv. Ameda Sophronia Mc Junkin was born on 24 Sep 1842 in Polk County, GA.

Ameda married William Richard Wynne on 15 Jun 1864.

169 F v. Mary Glenn Mc Junkin was born on 5 Dec 1844 in Polk County, GA.

Mary married Britton Gillam Smith.

170 F vi. Margaret Anne Mc Junkin was born on 18 Jun 1849 in Polk County, GA.

Margaret married Elijah Sanford Paty.

85. Samuel Sumpter Mc Junkin (Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' (CAPT) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 16 Apr 1813 in Tinker Creek, Union District, SC, died on 18 Jan 1907 in Oconee County, SC, and was buried in South Union Baptist Church Cemetery.

General Notes: H. Samuel Sumter McJunkin
1813 - 1907
W. Nancy Belle Wright
1814 - 1890
m. 15 Jan 1833
William Thomas Harrison McJunkin
1833 - 1857
Martha Elizabeth McJunkin
1836 - 1913
Samuel Pinckey McJunkin
1838 - 1862
Francis Harvey McJunkin
1840 - 1841
Eliza Ann P. McJunkin
1842 - 1902
Harriet Catherine McJunkin
1844 - 1873
Nancy Jane McJunkin
1846 -
Dr. John McJunkin
1848 - 1905
Morgan Henry McJunkin
1851 - 1921
Mary Glenn McJunkin
1853 - 1913
Joseph Buchanan McJunkin
1856 - 1936


Name[1][2][3][4][5] Samuel Sumter McJunkin
Alt Name Samuel McJenkins
Alt Name Sam McJunkin
Alt Name Samuel McJunkins
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][4][6] 16 Apr 1813 Tinker Creek, Union, South Carolina, USA
Marriage 15 Jan 1833 , Pickens, South Carolina, USA
Reference number: 3041
to Nancy Belle Wright
Residence[1] 1849 South Union, Oconee, South Carolina, USA
Residence[7] 1850 , Franklin, Georgia, USA
Residence[7] 1870 Center Twp, Oconee, South Carolina, USA
Residence[7] 1880 , Oconee, South Carolina, USA
Will[7] 8 Jun 1899 , Oconee, South Carolina, USA
Death[1][2][4] 18 Jan 1907 South Union, Oconee, South Carolina, USA
Probate[7] 6 Jul 1907 , Oconee, South Carolina, USA
Burial[7] South Union, Oconee, South Carolina, USA
South Union Baptist Church Cemetery, South Union, Oconee, South Union, South Carolina, United States

Samuel married Nancy Belle Wright on 16 Jan 1833 in Union District, SC. Nancy was born in 1814 in SC and died in 1890 in SC.

Children from this marriage were:

171 M i. William Thomas Harrison Mc Junkin was born on 15 Dec 1833 in SC and died on 22 Jun 1857.

172 F ii. Martha Elizabeth Mc Junkin was born on 23 May 1836 in SC and died on 21 Jan 1913.

Martha married Benjamin Stonecypher. Benjamin was born in 1838 and died in 1863.

173 M iii. Samuel Pinckney Mc Junkin was born on 5 Dec 1838 in SC and died on 29 Jun 1862.

General Notes: Named in part after C.C. Pinckney, the famous South Carolina statesman.

174 M iv. Francis Harvey Mc Junkin was born on 14 Aug 1840 in SC and died on 26 Nov 1841 in SC.

175 F v. Ann Eliza Mc Junkin was born on 15 Jun 1842 in SC and died on 6 Oct 1902.

Ann married James Lawrence Burris. James was born in 1846 and died in 1919.

176 F vi. Harriett Catherine Mc Junkin was born on 18 Nov 1844 in SC and died on 13 Sep 1873.

Harriett married David F. Mills.

177 F vii. Nancy Jane Mc Junkin was born on 30 Jan 1846 in SC.

Nancy married Cromwell L. Cleveland.

+ 178 M viii. John Mc Junkin was born on 16 Nov 1848 in SC and died on 10 Jan 1905.

179 M ix. Morgan Henry Mc Junkin was born on 5 Jun 1851 in SC and died on 29 Dec 1921.

180 F x. Mary Glenn Mc Junkin was born on 10 Oct 1853 in SC and died on 18 May 1913.

Mary married John M. Dowis. John was born in 1834 and died in 1909.

+ 181 M xi. Joseph Buchanan Mc Junkin was born on 23 Sep 1856 in Westminster, SC and died on 18 May 1936 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, FL.

89. Margaret Jane Alexander (Ann Jane 'Annie' Mc Junkin 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 5 Jul 1816 in York District, SC, died on 12 Nov 1858 in Pickens County, AL, and was buried in Old Mount Moriah Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL.

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ALSO:

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Margaret married Nathan B. Arendale in 1835 in GA. Nathan was born in 1815 in Pickens County, AL, died in 1873 in Pickens County, AL, and was buried in Arendale Family Cemetery, Pickens Co., AL.

The child from this marriage was:

182 F i. Synthia Elizabeth Arendale was born on 14 Apr 1840 in Pickens County, AL.

Synthia married Thomas Benjamin Branch.

94. Ann Jane 'Annie' Mc Junkin (John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 29 Aug 1812 in Union District, SC, died on 12 Oct 1850 in Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

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Ann married John W. Wright on 17 Oct 1837 in Troup County, GA. John was born on 29 Jan 1804 in England, died on 19 May 1891 in Clay County, AL, and was buried in Mt. Gilead Methodist Church Cemetery, Clay County, AL.

General Notes: John is buried with his second wife, Frances Emaline Parker.

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Troup County GaArchives Bible Records
John W. Wright (Wright - McJunkin - Parker)
Copyright Date 1800's

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The Bible is in fragile condition and appears to have been published circa 1828. It bears notations on the families of John W. Wright and first wife, Ann Jane McJunkin, who were married in Troup County GA on October 17, 1837; and of John W. Wright and second wife, Frances Emmaline Parker, who moved to what is now Clay County AL.
The Bible is in possession of Wright-Parker descendants in AL.

Birth and death dates as recorded in the Bible are summarized as follows (notations in parentheses have been added):

John W. Wright: January 29, 1804 (England) - May 19, 1891
Ann Jane McJunkin: August 29, 1812 - October 12, 1850
F. Emmaline Parker: September 15, 1835 - December 16, 1936

Margaret Cannon Alexander McJunkin (Ann's mother) died the morning of September 25, 1843

Margaret Elizabeth Wright: Born August 28, 1838 (d. August 25, 1887; m. Pleasant Yarbrough, January 19, 1858)
Samuel Thomas Wright: Born June 15, 1841
Sarah Ann Jarusa Wright: August 14, 1849 - September 20, 1849

John S. Wright: June 20, 1857 - June 18, 1889
Martha Jane Wright: November 13, 1859 - March 20, 1947 (m. James M. Evans)
William Jackson Wright: April 30, 1862 - November?, 1947 (m. Laura Alford)
Nancy Ann Frances (Fannie) Wright: August 19, 1864 - January 3, 1946
Pleasant Edward Wright: April 16, 1867 - June 20, 1938 (m. Matilda Lynch)
Dora Ann Wright: November 12, 1869 - November 4, 1959
Thomas Ivens Wright: March 17, 1872 - November 14, 1945 (m. Ida Lynch)
Step Enoch Wright: March 7, 1875 - July 23, 1951 (m. S. Emily Kenady)
Mary Ellah Wright: April 11, 1878 - February 7, 1958 (m. W. Andrew Alford)
Ida Fredonia Wright: September 15, 1881 - April 13, 1963 (m. John W. Kenady)

S. J. Parker was born July 28, 1800
William W. Smith was born May 6, 1849 (Marriage Page)
A. J. Smith was born November 2, 1844 (Marriage Page)


Additional Comments:
John W. Wright was born in England in 1804 and came to America with his parents (John W?. and Elizabeth), a brother, Samuel, and sister, Ann, circa 1808. Although young, John W. was always said to remember Liverpool. The parents died of fever and were buried near Charleston, SC. Samuel returned to England. John W. made his home with his sister Ann who was said to have married Jake Ringer and lived near LaGrange, GA. Two of the Ringer children were Douglas and Jane (m. Hubbard).

Following Ann Jane McJunkin Wright's death in 1850, John married Emmaline Parker. By the mid-1870's, they were living in Clay County, AL where their three youngest children were born. Other McJunkin and and Parker relatives also migrated to Clay County. Many Wright and McJunkin descendants are buried in the Mt. Gilead Methodist Cemetery (Sikesville Community) in Clay County, AL. Frances Emmaline Parker Wright's 100th birthday celebration in 1935, including relatives in attendance, is recorded under newspaper articles, AL Gen Web Archives site, Clay Co.

Source: Oral family history. Family Researchers.

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Children from this marriage were:

183 F i. Margaret Elizabeth Wright was born on 28 Aug 1838 in Troup County, GA and died on 25 Aug 1887.

Margaret married Pleasant J. Yarbrough on 19 Jan 1858 in Tallapoosa County, AL.

184 M ii. Samuel Thomas Wright was born on 15 Jun 1841 in Troup County, GA.

Samuel married Rebecca J. (Wright).

185 M iii. Infant Son Wright was born on 27 Oct 1845 in Troup County, GA, died on 27 Oct 1845 in Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

186 F iv. Sarah Ann Jarusa Wright was born on 14 Aug 1849 in Troup County, GA, died on 20 Sep 1849 in Troup County, GA, and was buried in J.T. McJunkin Family Plot, Hillview Cemetery, LaGrange, GA.

95. Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' Mc Junkin (John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 21 Jan 1814 in Union District, SC, died on 10 May 1877 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

General Notes: Tombstone inscription:

"Joined the Church of Christ in
LaGrange, GA 01/1840
thence to LaFayette, AL 1849
thence to Lebany Church, AL 1866."

The inscription is no longer readable on the slab Dec. 2007.

The huge concrete platform that covers their graves was done I believe in the 1920's by Dewitt Sharp & his son Hershal, who married Lilla McJunkin, granddaughter of Theo & Adella. I think this because they also did concrete work in the Sharp Family Cemetery a few miles away.

Possibly married before Adella?

Theo's name has been spelled may different ways, I myself have been using the spelling of Theophelis. But after much research the concensus on his name is Theophilus.

Theo. McJunkin signed bond on will of Theodore Johnson in 1853. Also signing was Cicero Heath, brother of Adella, Theo. McJunkin's wife. Chambers Co., AL

Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1833-1866 - p. 95 - Bk 4 - p.341 - Theophilus McJunkin - Ardella A. Heath - 02/04/1851 by A.B. Camp, minister. Thos. H. Ellis, LS. Mary J. Heath, mother, gives consent.

Chambers Co. ML V4 #341 issued to Theophilus McJunkin & Ardilla A. Heath, 4 February 1851 by A. B. Camp (Min.),
Thos. H. Ellis second bondsman, Mary I. Heath gave consent to her daughter's marriage.

Heritage of Chambers Co. - Theophilus McJunkins employed @ Thos. S. Cook Carriage Co. in Milltown, AL 1846 building carriages.

Theo was a cabinet maker. He made furniture & wagon wheels out of milled wood.

His family was from a long line of Presbyterians, but he converted to the Methodist faith late. Adella was a Methodist. His parents, John Thomas & Margaret Alexander McJunkin, were founding members of the LaGrange Presbyterian Church.

Abstracts of Chambers Co. Will Books 1 & 2 - Orr - 1985

Cicero Heath admin. of Theodore Johnson, 1853. Theo McJunkin also bondsman.

Chambers Co. 19th Century Records - Crump - 1985
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p. 21 - 1854 Census of Chambers Co., AL

Theophilus McJunkin - 0-1-3-2-6-0-0-18-0-24

white males under 21 - 0
white males over 21 - 1
white female under 21 - 3
white female over 21 - 2
total whites - 6
insane - 0
insane - 0
slaves - 18
free colored - 0
total - 24

Chambers Co. 19th Century Records - Crump - 1985 -
p. 87 - Theophilus McJunkin, 5th precinct, Oath of Allegiance to the United States post Civial War.

1850 Census of Chambers Co., AL - H860

Theophilus McJunkin - 31 - M - cabinet maker - SC - in the home of William W. Carlisle

1850 Census of Chambers Co., AL - HH194

Samuel McJunkin - - - 40 - M - shoe maker - - - SC - in the home of Rolin McKnight

1860 Census of Chambers Co., AL - H634

Theophilus McJunkins - 45 - M - farmer - R1,500 - P3,000 - SC - 3 slaves
Ardella 27 F GA
Mary A. 7 F AL
Susan M. 5 F AL
Thomas W. 2 M AL
Samuel A. McLean 25 M P50 AL

1870 Beat 5, Chambers Co., AL

Theo McJunkin - 56 - SC - Farm
Ardellar - 38 - GA
Susan - 16 - AL
Thomas - 12 - AL
Rebecca - 9
James B. - 6

1880 Chappell Hill, Chambers County, AL

A. A. McJinkin - 49 - GA
William T. - 21 - AL
James Debarney - 15 - AL
Theophilus W. - 9 - AL

Theo Sr. had passed away.

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Theophilus married Miss Unknown in 1837 in Union District, SC. Miss was born in 1821 in York District, SC and died in 1845 in Union District, SC.

Theophilus next married Adella Ann 'Della' Heath, daughter of William Henry Heath Sr. and Mary Irons Taylor, on 4 Feb 1851 in Chambers County, AL. Adella was born on 18 Dec 1832 near Covington, Newton County, GA, died on 27 May 1898 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1833-1866 - p. 95 - Bk 4 - p.341 - Theophilus McJunkin - Ardella A. Heath - 02/04/1851 by A.B. Camp, minister. Thos. H. Ellis, LS. Mary J. Heath, mother, gives consent.

General Notes: See husband's notes.

You may often see her name as some variation of Ardella, but there was no "R" officially in her name. The pronunciation may have stressed an "R" but written it should be Adella.

Adella was the baby of 12 children. Her parents were almost 50 when they had her.

***Adella's stone reads: 12/18/1832 - 04/09/1896, but her obituary (07/20/1898) states she died 05/27/1898!***

The LaFayette Sun - Wednesday, July 20, 1898 - Page ?

Mrs. Ardella A. McJunkins was born in Newton County, Georgia in 1832 and was married to Theopholis W. McJunkin of Union District, South Carolina in 1857. She was converted and joining the Methodist Church in 1842 and continued a faithful and consistent member until she was transferred by the Great Head of the Church to the church triumphant on the 27th day of May, 1898.
Modest and unassuming, gentle and kind, faithful and true, hers was a character to be admired whenever and where ever found. A Christian experience of fifty-six years, ripened as it grew older, it shed a halo of beneficent love throughout the bounds of an extended acquaintance.
Naturally sympathetic and easily touched, as feeble as she was, it seemed a labor of love for her to minister to the wants and necessities of those around her, especially at the bedside of the sick and dying. She was devoted to the church, and was ever present attending upon its ordinances unless prevented by sickness. Her life was an inspiration and benediction to all who came within the charmed circle of her Christian influence. It was her highest aspiration to live a consistent Christian life - to do good and get good, hence she was always found being and doing for the Master.
It was the pleasure of this writer to visit her several times during her sickness, and always found her perfectly resigned to suffer her affliction, which she did with much patience, fortitude and courage. It was her great joy to hear the precious promises of God read, and then have prayer offered in which she always joined her feeble voice.
Just a short time before laying down this mortal to put on immortality, she called her children around her bedside and bade them continue to follow her as she had followed Christ. She was the mother of nine children, three of whom with her husband preceded her to the Kingdom. Six are left to mourn her loss, but cherish her memory. She was a good wife, a kind, faithful, never tiring, loving, tender mother, a good neighbor and a true Christian.
Owing to the absence of the writer at the time of her death, the funeral service was not held, but will be some time in the near future.
Her pastor, George W. Hall

(She was actually mother of 10 children, but one died shortly after birth)

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Children from this marriage were:

187 F i. Mary Ann 'Polly' Mc Junkin was born in 1853 near Penton, Chambers County, AL.

General Notes: Gone by 1870. I don't find a marriage for her. Died? None note does say died as infant.

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+ 188 F ii. Susan Margaret 'Susie' Mc Junkin was born on 28 Nov 1855 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 23 Mar 1919 in Titus County, TX, and was buried in Hickory Hill Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, TX.

+ 189 M iii. William Thomas 'Tom' Mc Junkin was born on 21 Jan 1859 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 14 Oct 1933 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

+ 190 F iv. Sarah Rebecca 'Sally' Mc Junkin was born on 5 Oct 1861 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 1 Jan 1916 in Cass County, TX, and was buried in Holly Springs Cemetery, Hughes Springs, TX.

191 F v. Martha Matilda 'Molly' Mc Junkin was born in 1863 near Penton, Chambers County, AL.

General Notes: Gone by 1870. I don't find a marriage for her. Died?

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+ 192 M vi. James Barney 'Jim' Mc Junkin was born in 1863 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died in 1932 in Okaloosa County, FL, and was buried in Pyron Chapel Cemetery, Okaloosa Co., FL.

193 M vii. Renaldo Wallace Mc Junkin was born on 22 Mar 1867 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 17 Apr 1867 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

General Notes: Twin to Vasco.

194 M viii. Vasco Heath Mc Junkin was born on 22 Mar 1867 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 31 May 1868 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

General Notes: Twin to Renaldo.

195 F ix. Infant Daughter Mc Junkin was born on 6 Aug 1869 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 6 Aug 1869 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

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+ 196 M x. Theophilus Persby 'Roy' Mc Junkin was born on 27 Oct 1871 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 10 Apr 1905 near West Point, Troup County, GA, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

98. John Davis 'J.D.' Mc Junkin (John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1822 in Union District, SC.

General Notes: J.D. McJunkin was a private in Arsnal Battalion, Infantry (Columbus) during the Civil War.

1850 Troup Co., GA

1860 Muscogee Co., GA

1870 Muscogee Co., GA? Had to be, he married there again in 1874.

1880????

A William T. McJunkin married 1885 in Muscogee Co., GA. Related?

John married Mary E. Manning on 29 Jan 1846 in La Grange, Troup County, GA. Mary was born in 1830 in NC.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 197 F i. Vernie Mc Junkin was born in 1847 in La Grange, Troup County, GA and died in ? Natchez, Adams County, MS ?.

198 M ii. George Mc Junkin was born in 1857 in Columbus, Muscogee County, GA.

General Notes: Died young?

A George A. McJunkin b. 1858 GA was in Indian River Co., FL 1930's & 1940's. Same George?

John next married Melissa Youngblood on 1 Nov 1874 in Muscogee County, GA.

103. James Mc Junkin (Abraham Fawill 'Abram' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 28 Dec 1815 in Union District, SC, died on 1 Jul 1847 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

James married Elvina Hobson on 12 Aug 1836 in Union District, SC. Elvina was born in 1820 in SC.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 199 M i. William Davis Mc Junkin was born on 30 Apr 1837 in Union District, SC and died on 19 Apr 1906.

200 F ii. Susan Amanda Mc Junkin was born on 17 Jul 1838 in Union District, SC, died on 23 Oct 1842 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

201 F iii. Harriett Regina Mc Junkin was born on 27 May 1840 in Union District, SC and died on 9 May 1926.

Harriett married Warren Davis Reid.

202 M iv. Abram Leland Mc Junkin was born on 24 Aug 1842 in Union District, SC.

Abram married Georgia Hodges.

203 F v. Cicely Jane Mc Junkin was born on 26 Dec 1844 in Union District, SC.

Cicely married Warren Davis Reid.

204 F vi. Sarah Ann Mc Junkin was born on 13 May 1846 in Union District, SC.

205 F vii. Margaret Rebecca Mc Junkin was born on 13 May 1846 in Union District, SC, died on 11 Apr 1848 in Union District, SC, and was buried in Cane Creek Quaker Church Cemetery, Santuc, SC.

110. William Sartor Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell 'Joe' Jr. 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 19 Dec 1823 in Union District, SC and died on 2 Jul 1895 in Huntsville, Walker County, TX.

William married Martha Caroline Kelly.

Children from this marriage were:

206 F i. Mary Mc Junkin.

Mary married Willie Sartor.

207 F ii. Nancy Mc Junkin.

208 M iii. Joseph Mc Junkin.

209 F iv. Frances Mc Junkin was born in 1853 and died in 1917.

Frances married Claude B. Smith.

210 M v. Samuel Mc Junkin was born in 1855 and died on 8 Mar 1903.

Samuel married Hattie Red.

Samuel next married Jessie Mc Intyre.

113. Sarah Jane Mc Junkin (Joseph Caldwell 'Joe' Jr. 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 13 May 1831 in Union District, SC and died on 14 May 1897 in Santuc, Union County, SC.

Sarah married Robert Goodloe Thomas on 30 Nov 1853. Robert died in 1854 in Union District, SC.

The child from this marriage was:

211 M i. Robert Goodloe Harper Thomas.

Sarah next married John Alexander Fant on 29 Oct 1857 in Union District, SC. John was born in 1825 and died in 1894.

General Notes: 6 Hurie FANT
6 Joseph McJunkin FANT b: 1858 d: 1926
6 Nancy Aurelia FANT b: 1861 d: 1917
6 Lewisly Irene FANT b: 1864
6 Mary Davis FANT b: 1866 d: 1915
6 David Jones FANT b: 1868 d: 1965
6 John Sartor Peter FANT b: 1872 d: 1937

120. Andrew Cunningham Mc Junkin (David Waites 'Dave' M.D. (Dr.) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 18 Oct 1829 in Wilkes County, GA and died in TX.

Andrew married Mary Jane Hudspeth.

Children from this marriage were:

212 M i. William Mc Junkin.

213 M ii. Samuel David Mc Junkin.

127. James Black Mc Junkin (David Waites 'Dave' M.D. (Dr.) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 9 Aug 1845 in Wilkes County, GA, died on 8 Mar 1903 in Siloam, Greene County, GA, and was buried in Siloam Cemetery, Siloam, GA.

James married Elizabeth Corine Alma Johnson. Elizabeth was born in 1858 and died in 1904.

Children from this marriage were:

214 M i. William Thomas Mc Junkin was born on 9 Dec 1877 and died on 10 Mar 1904.

215 M ii. Johnson Edward Mc Junkin was born on 15 May 1880 and died on 17 Feb 1954.

Johnson married Willie Catherine Stephens.

Johnson next married Esther Lewis Hill.

216 M iii. James Otis Mc Junkin was born on 27 Apr 1883 and died on 19 Feb 1908.

217 M iv. Robert Lee Mc Junkin was born on 29 Jun 1885 and died on 25 Mar 1973.

218 M v. George Henry Mc Junkin was born in 1888 and died in 1965.

219 M vi. Fredder Parke Mc Junkin was born on 7 Apr 1891.

Fredder married Grace Toney.

220 F vii. Ethel Elizabeth Mc Junkin was born on 4 Sep 1894 and died on 31 Oct 1915.

Ethel married Joseph D. Hall.

221 F viii. Alma Corine Mc Junkin was born on 22 Feb 1897 and died on 14 Jul 1935.

Alma married Herbert Grant Jones.

222 F ix. Nona Rachel Mc Junkin was born on 12 Oct 1899 and died on 7 Jun 1926.

Nona married Harley Fulgham.

129. Edwin Thomas Mc Junkin (David Waites 'Dave' M.D. (Dr.) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 9 Jul 1848 in Wilkes County, GA and died in AL.

Edwin married Jessie Frances Dolvin, daughter of William Black Dolvin and Sarah C. Baswell. Jessie was born in 1862 and died in 1896.

Children from this marriage were:

223 F i. Mabel Mitchell Mc Junkin was born on 12 Aug 1888 and died on 16 Aug 1889.

224 F ii. Lucy Mc Junkin was born on 10 Jan 1889 and died on 1 Jun 1935.

Lucy married William Henry Sole.

225 M iii. Robert Edward Mc Junkin was born on 31 Mar 1891 and died on 7 Jun 1892.

226 M iv. James Dolvin Mc Junkin was born on 1 Apr 1893 and died on 20 May 1893.

227 M v. Walter Moses Mc Junkin was born on 15 Jul 1894.

130. Henry King Mc Junkin (David Waites 'Dave' M.D. (Dr.) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 7 Apr 1850 in Wilkes County, GA and died on 4 Jun 1916.

Henry married Sarah Matilda Bradley. Sarah was born in 1860 and died in 1929.

Children from this marriage were:

228 M i. Jesse Henry Mc Junkin was born in 1891.

229 F ii. Harriett Emmaline Mc Junkin was born in 1893.

230 F iii. Lillie Boswell Mc Junkin was born in 1895.

131. Samuel Huston Mc Junkin (Joseph Dyar Sr. 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1).

Samuel married Nancy (Mc Junkin).

Children from this marriage were:

231 M i. Benton Mc Junkin.

232 M ii. Berry Mc Junkin.

233 F iii. Nancy Mc Junkin.

234 F iv. Adaline Mc Junkin.

235 F v. Jane Mc Junkin.

+ 236 M vi. Joseph Mc Junkin.

237 F vii. Annett Mc Junkin.

Samuel next married Molly Leona Howell.

The child from this marriage was:

238 M i. Hovey Loyd Mc Junkin.

Hovey married Hazel Irene Knight.

132. Berry Mc Junkin (Joseph Dyar Sr. 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1).

Berry married Sarah (Mc Junkin).

Children from this marriage were:

239 F i. Nancy Mc Junkin.

240 F ii. Sarah Mc Junkin.

241 M iii. John Mc Junkin.

242 M iv. Dyar Mc Junkin.

243 F v. Annett Mc Junkin.

244 M vi. Joseph 'Joe' Mc Junkin.

Berry next married Syrena Bates.

Children from this marriage were:

245 F i. Syrena Mc Junkin.

Syrena married George Washington Medlin.

246 F ii. Sara Elizabeth Mc Junkin.

Sara married William Andrew Fortner.

133. Joseph Dyer Mc Junkin Jr. (Joseph Dyar Sr. 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 3 Feb 1826 in Greenville District, SC and died in Jul 1905 in Greenville District, SC.

Joseph married Fanny Couch.

The child from this marriage was:

247 F i. Lydia Mc Junkin.

139. Tillman Rolen Mc Junkin Sr. (Samuel Caldwell 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 9 Jul 1820 and died in 1869.

General Notes: Could Elizabeth A., Betsey T. & Tizzy all be the same person?

Could Mary & Polly be the same person?

Tillman married Milla Walker.

General Notes: Had previously married a Mr. Hammonds.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 248 M i. Samuel Thomas Mc Junkin was born in 1843 and died in 1920.

249 M ii. William Mc Junkin was born on 4 Jan 1846 and died on 25 Apr 1921.

250 F iii. Elizabeth A. Mc Junkin was born in 1848.

251 F iv. Betsey T. Mc Junkin was born in 1850.

Betsey married Mr. Finley.

252 F v. Tizzy Mc Junkin was born in 1851.

253 M vi. Henry Mc Junkin was born in 1853.

254 F vii. Mary Mc Junkin was born in 1854.

255 F viii. Polly Mc Junkin was born in 1856.

256 F ix. Azariah Mc Junkin was born in 1860.

257 M x. Jefferson Davis Mc Junkin was born in 1862.

258 M xi. Tillman Rolen Mc Junkin Jr. was born in 1864.

141. Thaddeus Turk Mc Junkin (Samuel Caldwell 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 26 Jun 1833.

Thaddeus married Sarah Trauger.

Thaddeus next married Martha Ann 'Patsey' Johnson.

Children from this marriage were:

259 M i. Andrew Mc Junkin was born on 23 Oct 1852.

260 F ii. Elizabeth Arvie Mc Junkin was born in 1855.

261 F iii. Margorih Mc Junkin was born in 1863.

262 M iv. Sherman Mc Junkin was born in 1869.

Sixth Generation (3rd Great-Grandchildren)

160. Samuel Brooks Mc Junkin (John Saunders 5, Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' (CAPT) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 23 Dec 1838 in Stewart County, GA, died on 25 Feb 1925 in San Angelo, Tom Green County, TX, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Waco, TX.

Samuel married Rosaline Tharp, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 3 May 1864 in Sumpter County, GA.

Children from this marriage were:

263 F i. Menta Ann Mc Junkin was born on 2 Sep 1870 in Oakland, Grimes County, TX.

264 F ii. Rosie Lee Mc Junkin was born on 17 Dec 1866 in Sumpter County, GA, died on 25 Dec 1962 in San Angelo, Tom Green County, TX, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, San Angelo, TX.

Rosie married William Reuben Johnston.

Samuel next married Leah Ann Thomas on 14 Jan 1875 in Grimes County, TX.

Children from this marriage were:

265 M i. Rayborn Mc Junkin was born in 1881 in Independence, Washington County, TX.

266 F ii. Ruby Mc Junkin was born in 1879 in Independence, Washington County, TX.

267 M iii. William Brooks Mc Junkin was born on 4 Nov 1877 in Independence, Washington County, TX, died on 18 Oct 1930 in Waco, McLennan County, TX, and was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Waco, TX.

William married Katherine Louise Smith on 6 Jan 1910 in Waco, McLennan County, TX.

178. John Mc Junkin (Samuel Sumpter 5, Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' (CAPT) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 16 Nov 1848 in SC and died on 10 Jan 1905.

John married Pauline Perteet. Pauline was born in 1855 and died in 1924.

The child from this marriage was:

268 M i. Samuel Pinckney Mc Junkin was born on 16 Jun 1877 and died on 27 Dec 1905.

General Notes: Named after his uncle.

181. Joseph Buchanan Mc Junkin (Samuel Sumpter 5, Samuel Caldwell 'Sam' (CAPT) 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 23 Sep 1856 in Westminster, SC and died on 18 May 1936 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, FL.

General Notes: 1910 in Center Township, Oconee Co., SC

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FP87-X29Name: J. B. McjunkinDeath Date: 13 May 1936Death Place: Fort Lauderdale, Broward, FloridaGender: MaleRace (Original): wRace (Expanded): WhiteDeath Age: 79y7m23dBirth Date: 20 Sep 1856Birthplace: Westminester, S. C.Marital Status: MarriedSpouse's Name: Lucy NevillFather's Name: S. S. McjunkinFather's Birthplace: S. C.Mother's Name: Nancy WrightMother's Birthplace: S. C.Occupation: FarmerStreet Address: 521 N. E. 2nd St.Place of Residence: Demorest, Ga.Burial Place: Westminester, S. C.Burial Date: 14 May 1936Film Number: 2135881Reference Number: 8459Collection: Florida, Deaths, 1877-1939

Joseph married Lucy Haseltine Neville in SC. Lucy was born in 1865 and died in 1951.

Children from this marriage were:

269 M i. William Henry Mc Junkin was born in 1887.

270 M ii. Mc Roy Mc Junkin was born on 5 Jun 1890 in SC and died on 23 Mar 1979.

271 M iii. Joseph Neville Mc Junkin was born on 9 Aug 1893 in SC and died on 8 Jul 1988.

Joseph married Jessie Mozelle Pitts. Jessie was born in 1894 and died in 1981.

272 F iv. Nancy Belle 'Nannie' Mc Junkin was born on 16 Apr 1894 in SC and died on 6 Dec 1915.

273 M v. Infant Son Mc Junkin was born on 11 Apr 1898 and died on 11 Apr 1898.

188. Susan Margaret 'Susie' Mc Junkin (Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 28 Nov 1855 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 23 Mar 1919 in Titus County, TX, and was buried in Hickory Hill Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, TX.

General Notes: Susie died at age 63 from uteran cancer. Susie's sister Sally & husband Thomas Jefferson Adams moved to Texas also & lived next door in Morris & Cass Co.

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Susan married John Adam Hughes on 16 Nov 1871 in Chambers County, AL. John was born in 1851 in GA and died <1926> in Titus County, TX.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1861-1890 - p. 223 - Bk 7 - p. 14b - John A. Hughes - Susan McJunkins - 11/16/1871 by James L. Reid, minister. John A. Hughes, W. R. Sherman, LS.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage: 16 Nov 1871, Chambers Co., AL. Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1861-1890 - p. 223 - Bk 7 - p. 14b - John A. Hughes - Susan McJunkins - 11/16/1871 by James L. Reid, minister. John A. Hughes, W. R. Sherman, LS.

General Notes: He died after his wife, but I don't know when. I cannot find a death for him in Texas. He is not in the 1920 census with either of his children.

1880 Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL census

John A. Hughes - 1851 - GA GA GA
Susan - 1857 - AL GA GA
Hiram - 1878 - AL GA AL

1900 Prattville, Autauga County, AL census (Prattville is close to Montgomery)

John Hughs - 50 - 1850 - GA GA GA - married 29 years (1871) - Stationary Engineer
Susan M. - 40 - 1860 - AL SC AL
Hiram - 22 - Apr 1878 - AL GA AL - Painter
Annie P. - 17 - Dec 1882 - AL GA AL

1910 Titus Co., TX census

John A. Hughes - 63 - 1847 - GA
Susie M. - 53 - 1857 - AL (4 born, 2 living)
Annie P. Bailey - 28 - AL (widowed) (2 born, 2 living)
Emma L. Hughes - 6 - AL (granddaughter)
Husmon Bailey - 1 10/12 - TX (grandson)

Son Hiram & little family are not far away.

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Children from this marriage were:

274 M i. Hiram Raymond Hughes was born on 10 Apr 1878 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL.

General Notes: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Hiram Raymond Hughes
County: Titus
State: Texas
Birth Date: 10 Apr 1878
Race: White
Nearest Relative: Mary Hughes (same address)

1910 Titus Co., TX census

H. R. Hughes - 33 - AL (married 1 year)
Mary - 34 - OK

1920 Titus Co., TX census

H. R. Hughes - 41 - AL
Mary - 43 - TX
Lillie Bell Hughes - 10 - TX (adopted daughter)

Hiram married Mary E. Griggs on 30 Jun 1908 in Titus County, TX.

+ 275 F ii. Anna Pearl 'Annie' Hughes was born in 1882 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL, died in 1957 in Lawton, Comanche County, OK, and was buried in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Lawton, OK.

276 M iii. John Adam Hughes Jr. was born in 1886 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL and died in 1886 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL.

277 F iv. Adella Ann Hughes was born in 1905 in Titus County, TX and died in 1905 in Titus County, TX.

189. William Thomas 'Tom' Mc Junkin (Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 21 Jan 1859 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 14 Oct 1933 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

General Notes: I don't know if he was a Mason like his father.

They lived at one time or another in LaGrange & West Point, GA & Buffalo & Penton, AL.

The LaFayette Sun, 01/10/1884 -
"Married, on the morning of the 6th, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. James Christler, by Rev. J.W. Callahan, Mr. J.B. Haralson to Miss M.E. Christler and Mr. W.T. McJunking to Miss J.I. Christler, all of this county."

The LaFayette Sun, Wednesday, August 9, 1893 - W.T. McJunkin listed as a Jeffersonian Democrat.

The LaFayette Sun - 10/17/1900 & 11/07/1900 - Chambers County Teetotaler's Lodge Meeting at Penton - Lila & Minnie McJunkin gave recitations. (Teetotaller's were a prohibition group)

The LaFayette Sun - 06/26/1901 - McJunkins lived at West Point. (Louella & Minnie with parents)(WHO MARR. BOYD ABERNATHY, if anyone?)

The LaFayette Sun, Wednesday, October 18, 1933, Page 3

Local Happenings - White Plains - Paragraph 5

Several from here attended the funeral of Mr. W. T. McJunkin at Chapel Hill Sunday. There was a large concourse of relatives and friends. Many kind tributes were payed. Truly a good man has gone to his reward.

Notes: There was no formal obituary printed in the LaFayette Sun for Tom.

from familysearch.org:

Name: William Thomas Mcjunkins
Death Date: 14 Oct 1933
Death Place: Roanoke, Chambers, Alabama
Gender: Male
Age at Death: 74y
Estimated Birth Date: 1859
Father's Name: Theopolis Mcjunkins
Mother's Name: Ardella Ann Heth
Film Number: 1908512
Reference Number: cn 19419
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

The above is incorrect. He died in La Grange, Troup Co., GA, according to some of his granddaughters. There is no death record in Troup Co., GA for him.
Also, Roanoke is in Randolph Co., AL, not Chambers.

From another donated family record:

William Thomas McJunkin was a well-to-do plantation owner at Chapel Hill, Ala. He was owner of one of the first Star automobiles that came out, and prior to the Star, he was the proud possessor of a plush four-door surrey with fringe on top. He was said to be a man ahead of his time because of his foresight into the future, his power to hypnotize, and among other things.

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William married Jimmie Ida 'Ida' Crisler, daughter of James Monroe 'Jim' Crisler C.S.A. and Rebecca Penelope 'Becca' Wheelis, on 6 Jan 1884 in Chambers County, AL. Jimmie was born on 23 Nov 1861 near Milltown, Chambers County, AL, died on 6 Oct 1926 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

Marriage Notes: It was a double wedding, at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Rebecca Crisler, Ida & Mary's mother.

Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1861-1890 - p. 302 - ? - W. L. McJunken (groom) - J. J. Christian - 01/06/1884 - J. B. Haralson, LS.

General Notes: Robert Carter & Charles Sewell state Ida's birthday as 11/23/1864. Her obit & stone state 1861.

See husband's notes.

Chambers Co. Death Index (immie Ida Crisler McJunkin)- James I. McJunkin - Oct 1926 - Vol. 46 - Role 2 - Pg. 22783

The LaFayette Sun, Wed. Oct. 13, 1926, Front Page

Mrs. Ida McJunkin Dies Last Wednesday

Mrs. Jim Ida McJunkin, age 62, died at her home in the Chapel Hill community last Wednesday after a stroke of paralysis from which she died a few hours later. The deceased had been in apparent good health, and her sudden death was a shock to the community.

She was the wife of W. T. McJunkin, farmer of the Chapel Hill community and a long time resident of Chambers county.

She is survived by her husband and several children besides a large number of grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral Services were held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock with Revs. L. D. Adkins and T. H. Johnson officiating. Interment was in Penton cemetery.

Publication & date unknown, probably The Southern Christian Advocate, or maybe the Chambers County News, shortly after her passing:

Mrs. Ida McJunkins
Wife of Mr. W. T. McJunkins
Passes Away

Mrs. Ida McJunkins, whom resided near Buffalo, Ala., was claimed by death on Oct. 6th, 1926, after a short illness. She was stricken with a severe attack of Paralysis on the morning of Oct. 6th at 8 o'clock and died at 2 P.M. the same day, she had only 6 hours to suffer and then a Blessed rest.
Mrs. McJunkins was born on Nov. 23rd, 1861 A.D. and died on Oct. 6th, 1926 A.D. She was 64 years 10 mo. and 13 days old. Before her marriage to Mr. McJunkins she was Miss Ida Crisler, at the age of 18 she and Mr. McJunkins pledged their love to each other to begin life's voyage. They consecrated their lives to God at an early age and joined the Methodist Church, South, and have been loyal to the cause of their Master for 43 years, and God smiled upon them, blessed their home with 8 children, of which seven are still living to mourn their great loss. The surviving family are Mr. W. T. McJunkins, husband, Mrs. L. W. Robertson, of LaGrange, Ga., Mrs. S. H. Sharp, of Five Points, Ala., Mrs. J. M. Mobley, of Shawmut, Ala., Mrs. W. R. Williams, of Griffin, Ga., Mrs. Cleve Stevens of Roanoke, Ala., Mrs. A G. Johnston, of LaGrange, Ga., Mrs. E. P. Hill, of Buffalo, Ala., one daughter who preceeded her to the grave by eight years, Mrs. Loulla Mobley. The house was blessed with 31 grand children and 2 great grand children, 3 brothers: Mr. N. A. Crisler, of LaGrange, Ga., Mr. J. A. Crisler, of Buffalo, Ala., and Mr. Tomie Crisler, of Louisiana, one sister, Mrs. J. B. Harralson, near Milltown, Ala.
Funeral services were held at Chapel Hill, M.E. Church, Thursday, at 11:30 o'clock A.M., Oct. 7th, by her faithful pastor, Rev. Adkinson, assisted by Rev. Johnson, pastor of the Methodist Church at LaFayette, Ala. A very beautiful and touching sermon that was full of love, hope and sympathy, was extended, after which Mr. Cutland, the sympathetic and courteous Undertaker of LaFayette, Ala., carefully placed the body in it's vault in the Penton Cemetery to await the call of the Master and Lord, in Whom she trusted, Who's voice shall be heard by all in their graves, for He is the Resurection and the Life, and has overcome death to give life to all who love Him.
She was a kind and loving wife, a tender and affectionate mother, kind to friends and strangers, devoted to the Saviour and church. Sweet memories of mother are inthroned in the hearts of loved ones, a hope steadfast and sure, "Mother awaits the home coming of love ones to a Heaven Glorious, Lovely and Pure."
May God's richest Blessing rest upon all the sorrowing family and friends.
Rev. & Mrs. W. R. Williams
(Ida's daughter & son-in-law)

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Children from this marriage were:

+ 278 F i. LouElla Mc Junkin was born on 4 Nov 1884 in Chambers County, AL, died on 14 Nov 1918 in Valley (Shawmut), Chambers County, AL, and was buried in J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

+ 279 F ii. Minnie Alice Mc Junkin was born on 2 Aug 1886 in Chambers County, AL, died on 26 Sep 1970 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in L. W. Robertson Family Plot, Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

+ 280 F iii. Lillian Rebecca 'Lilla' Mc Junkin was born on 26 Jul 1888 in Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 18 Jul 1954 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in Sharp Family Cemetery, White Plains, AL.

281 F iv. Mittie Irene Mc Junkin was born on 15 Oct 1890 in Chambers County, AL, died on 6 Oct 1956 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

General Notes: Nell Sharp Foster has in her notes that Irene died 12/31/1960.

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Mittie married John Marion Mobley on 6 Sep 1919 in Valley (Shawmut), Chambers County, AL. John was born on 15 Aug 1882 in Buffalo, Chambers County, AL, died on 12 Oct 1966 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

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282 F v. Oddie Leann Mc Junkin was born on 13 Mar 1893 in Chambers County, AL, died on 30 Dec 1960 in Morrow, Clayton County, GA, and was buried in Atlanta, Fulton County, GA.

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Oddie married Reverend W. Raleigh Williams on 2 Jul 1911 in Valley (Shawmut), Chambers County, AL.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage: 2 Aug 1911, Valley (Shawmut), Chambers County, AL. Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1890-1918 - p. 136 - Bk 11 - p. 123 - Mr. W. R. Williams - Miss Oddie McJenkins - 07/02/1911 by W. C. Crowder @ Shawmut, AL.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1890-1918 - p. 136 - Bk 11 - p. 123 - Mr. W. R. Williams - Miss Oddie McJenkins - 07/02/1911 by W. C. Crowder @ Shawmut, AL.

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283 F vi. Cora May Mc Junkin was born on 10 Mar 1896 in Chambers County, AL, died on 4 Jan 1973 in La Fayette, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in La Fayette Cemetery, La Fayette, AL.

General Notes: I have one note stating she was born 05/10/1896.

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Name: Cora Mae Stevens
Death Date: 04 Jan 1973
Death Place: Lafayette, Chambers, Alabama
Gender: Female
Age at Death: 76y
Estimated Birth Date: 1897
Spouse's Name: Cleve Stevens
Father's Name: Thomas Mcjunkin
Mother's Name: Jimmy Chrisler
Film Number: 2242014
Reference Number: 204
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

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Cora married Cleveland P. 'Cleve' Stevens in Dec 1920 in Troup County, GA.

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+ 284 F vii. Jimmie Lara Mc Junkin was born on 3 Aug 1900 in Chambers County, AL, died on 19 Jul 1927 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

+ 285 F viii. Sarah Allera Mc Junkin was born on 9 Nov 1902 in Chambers County, AL, died on 8 Jul 1990 in Roanoke, Randolph County, AL, and was buried in Chapel Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery, Chapel Hill, AL.

190. Sarah Rebecca 'Sally' Mc Junkin (Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 5 Oct 1861 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 1 Jan 1916 in Cass County, TX, and was buried in Holly Springs Cemetery, Hughes Springs, TX.

General Notes: Married 6 months after her father died, and less than 2 months after her 16th birthday.

Sally's sister Susie & husband John Adam Hughes moved to Texas also & lived next door in Titus Co.

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Sarah married Thomas Jefferson Adams, son of Middleton Adams C.S.A. and Miss French, on 13 Dec 1877 in Chambers County, AL. Thomas was born on 7 Aug 1856 in Chambers County, AL, died on 26 Aug 1916 in Cass County, TX, and was buried in Holly Springs Cemetery, Hughes Springs, TX.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1861-1890 - p. 262 - Bk 7 - p. 320a - Thos. J. Adams - Sarah R. McJunkin - 12/13/1877 by James M. Towles. James Mooreman, 2nd bondsman. Consent of Adrella A. McJunkin.

General Notes: 1880 Chapell Hill, Chambers Co., AL

T. J. Adams - 1856 - AL GA GA
Sarah R. - 1861 - 19 - AL ? ?
Ellis N. - 1879 - 1 - AL

1900 Morris Co., TX census (I believe they lived just outside of Daingerfield, TX)

Thomas J. Adams - Aug. 1856 - AL GA GA - married 23 years (1877)
Sarah R. - Oct. 1861 - AL SC SC
Ellis N. - Nov. 1878 - AL
Oscar B. - Jun. 1881 - TX
William A. - Feb. 1885 - TX
Mary Etta - Sep. 1891 - TX
Eugene - Apr. 1893 - TX
Cora Belle - Nov. 1895 - TX
Exadu - Jan. 1898 - TX
Vernon - Apr. 1900 - TX
John French - Jul. 1818 - SC - grandfather to HOH - widowed

1910 Morris Co., TX census

Thomas J. Adams - 54 - AL GA GA
Sarah - 49 - AL SC SC
Etta - 17 - TX
Eugene - 14 - TX
Bell - 12 - TX
Exerdee - 11 - TX
William -24 - TX

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Children from this marriage were:

286 M i. Ellis N. Adams was born on 11 Nov 1878 in Chapel Hill, Chambers County, AL, died on 21 May 1932 in Hughes Springs, Cass County, TX, and was buried in Holly Springs Cemetery, Hughes Springs, TX.

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Ellis married Lonnie Hall on 23 Dec 1902 in Morris County, TX.

287 M ii. Oscar Barnes Adams was born on 25 Jan 1881 in Morris County, TX, died on 12 Jan 1952 in Hughes Springs, Cass County, TX, and was buried in Bradfield Chapel Cemetery, Daingerfield, TX.

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Oscar married Mabel Price on 17 May 1905 in Morris County, TX.

288 M iii. William A. Adams was born in Feb 1885 in Morris County, TX.

289 F iv. Mary Etta Adams was born in Sep 1891 in Morris County, TX.

290 M v. Earnest Eugene Adams was born on 8 Sep 1893 in Morris County, TX, died on 13 Aug 1965 in Hughes Springs, Cass County, TX, and was buried in Hughes Springs Cemetery, Hughes Springs, TX.

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291 F vi. Cora Belle Adams was born in Nov 1895 in Morris County, TX.

292 F vii. Exader Adams was born in Jan 1898 in Morris County, TX.

293 M viii. Vernon Adams was born in Apr 1900 in Morris County, TX.

294 M ix. Waltus Adams was born in Morris County, TX.

295 M x. Archie Adams was born in Morris County, TX.

192. James Barney 'Jim' Mc Junkin (Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1863 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died in 1932 in Okaloosa County, FL, and was buried in Pyron Chapel Cemetery, Okaloosa Co., FL.

General Notes: From Okaloosa County Florida Cemeteries, Volume II compiled by the Genealogical Society of Okaloosa County:

Pyron Springs Cemetery, located about 3.5 miles north of Baker, FL

McJunkin Plot
159. Thomas T. McJunkin 1902-1940
160. James B. McJunkin 1863-1932
161. Texas Virginia Scott McJunkin 1866-1930
162. Maybelle McJunkin 1898-1929

1900 Albertville, Marshall Co., AL

James B. McJunkin - 35 - 1864 - m. 1891 - AL SC AL - General Farm
Luas V. - 34 - 1865 - AL - GA - AL
May B. - 2 - AL
Infant Dau. - 4 mo. - AL

1910 Joppa, Cullman Co., AL

James B. McJunkin - 45 - 1865 - AL AL AL - General Farm
Texas V. - 44 - AL - GA - AL
Mabel - 12 - AL
Della K. - 10 - AL
Thomas T. - 7 - AL
William - 3 - AL

1920

1930 - N. Baxter, Okaloosa Co., FL

James B. McJunkin - 65 - 1865 - AL AL AL
Texas - 64
Della - 30
Thomas - 28

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James married Texas Virginia Scott, daughter of Thomas Scott and Unknown, on 30 Dec 1890 in Chambers County, AL. Texas was born in 1866 in AL, died in 1930 in Okaloosa County, FL, and was buried in Pyron Chapel Cemetery, Okaloosa Co., FL.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1861-1890 - p. 341 - ? - J. B. McJunkins (groom) - T. V. Scott - 12/30/1890 - @ Thos. Scott's home.

General Notes: Her obituary is available in The Methodist Christian Advocate / Alabama Christian Advocate Date: Jan 22, 1931, Page 16 - Baker, FL

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Children from this marriage were:

296 M i. James Scott Mc Junkin was born on 10 Sep 1893 in Chambers County, AL and died on 29 Jan 1894 in Chambers County, AL.

297 F ii. Maybelle Mc Junkin was born in 1898 in Chambers County, AL, died in 1929 in Okaloosa County, FL, and was buried in Pyron Chapel Cemetery, Okaloosa Co., FL.

General Notes: Never married, no issue.

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298 F iii. Della Katherine Mc Junkin was born on 18 Jan 1900 in Marshall County, AL, died on 6 Jul 1979 in Hollywood, Broward County, FL, and was buried in Hollywood Memorial Gardens, Hollywood, FL.

General Notes: Never married, no issue.

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299 M iv. Thomas T. Mc Junkin was born on 16 Jun 1902 in Albertville, Marshall County, AL, died on 12 Sep 1940 in Baker, Okaloosa County, FL, and was buried in Pyron Chapel Cemetery, Okaloosa Co., FL.

General Notes: McLaughlin Funeral Records #2786
McJunkin, Thomas T. married, male, 6-16-1902 to 9-12-1940, died in Baker, FL Pyron Springs cemetery, farmer, parents: Jim McJunkin and ____Scott .

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+ 300 F v. Willian Virginia 'Bill' Mc Junkin was born in 1907 in Cullman County, AL.

196. Theophilus Persby 'Roy' Mc Junkin (Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 27 Oct 1871 near Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 10 Apr 1905 near West Point, Troup County, GA, and was buried in McJunkin Family Cemetery, Near Penton, AL.

General Notes: 1900 Columbus, Muscogee Co., GA

T. Mcjunkin - 28 - AL - m. 6 y - Motorman
B. R. - 25 - AL
Loyd - 5 - GA
Bryant - 3 - AL

1910 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Bessie R. Newsome - 34 - AL - m. 3 y - 4 children born, 3 living
Lloy W. McJunkin - 15 - GA
Bryant - 13 - AL
John A. Newsome - 10 mo.

1920 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Bessie McJunkin - 40 - AL - widowed
Lloyd - 23 - GA
John E. - 11 - AL

*I don't know if Mr. Newsome died or they divorced, but she is listed as a widow in the 1920 census as Bessie McJunkin. It seems she reverted to the McJunkin name to coincide with Lloyd & Bryan. Even John Alex Newsome, her son & their half-brother, was finally known as John Alex McJunkin.

1930 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Bessie Newsome - 52 - AL
Lloyd W. McJunkin - 34 - GA - single - clerk at steel mill office
William B. - 31 - AL - single - mechanic at Birmingham Electric
John Newsome - 22 - AL - apprentice at pattern shop

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Theophilus married Elizabeth R. 'Bessie' Davis, daughter of W. J. Davis and Martha Mathis, on 18 Apr 1894 in Columbus, Muscogee County, GA. Elizabeth was born in 1875 in AL, died on 7 Nov 1958 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL, and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, AL.

Marriage Notes: She is listed as Harvis or Havis in Marriage record, or it was a bad transcription.

General Notes: Also seen misspelled as Havis.

After Theo died the family moved to Birmingham, AL.

See husband's notes for census & other info.

Obit: (Bessie R. McJunkin) Birmingham News Date: Nov 9, 1958 Section: Announcements/Deaths Page: B-5

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Children from this marriage were:

301 M i. Lloyd Wesley Mc Junkin was born in 1895 in Troup County, GA, died on 28 Dec 1946 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL, and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, AL.

General Notes: Name: Lloyd Wesley Mcjunkin
Death Date: 28 Dec 1946
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Gender: Male
Age at Death: 51y
Estimated Birth Date: 1895
Spouse's Name: L. W. Mcjunkin
Father's Name: Roy T. Mcjunkin
Mother's Name: Vessie Havis
Film Number: 1908812
Reference Number: cn 22798
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

Possibly born in Muscogee Co., GA?

Obit: Birmingham News, Date: Dec 30, 1946, Page 2 & Page 18 (uneven print)

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Lloyd married Ann F. Burris on 15 Oct 1932 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL. Ann was born in 1904 in AL.

302 M ii. William Bryan Mc Junkin was born on 31 Dec 1896 in Chambers County, AL, died on 17 Feb 1967 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL, and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, AL.

General Notes: Name: William Bryan Mcjunkin
Death Date: 17 Feb 1967
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Gender: Male
Age at Death: 70y
Estimated Birth Date: 1897
Spouse's Name: Gladys B. Mcjunkin
Father's Name: Theo Mcjunkin
Mother's Name: Bessie Havis
Film Number: 1909099
Reference Number: 3497
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

Obits:

Birmingham News Date: Feb 18, 1967 Edition: Metro Section: Announcements/Deaths Page: 11

Birmingham News Date: Feb 19, 1967 Edition: Metro Section: Announcements/Deaths Page: B-4

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William married Gladys Johnson on 3 Aug 1931 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL. Gladys was born in 1913 in AL.

197. Vernie Mc Junkin (John Davis 'J.D.' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1847 in La Grange, Troup County, GA and died in ? Natchez, Adams County, MS ?.

General Notes: 1870 ? Mississippi

1880 Natchez, Adams Co., MS - Virnie is widowed.

Vernie married Thomas R. Guice on 23 Mar 1865 in Columbus, Muscogee County, GA. Thomas was born in 1843 in MS and died <1875> in ? Natchez, Adams County, MS ?.

Marriage Notes: One source states March 2, 1865.

Children from this marriage were:

303 F i. Mary L. Guice was born in 1867 in MS.

304 F ii. Stella E. Guice was born in 1870 in MS.

305 F iii. Susan Guice was born in 1873 in MS.

199. William Davis Mc Junkin (James 5, Abraham Fawill 'Abram' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 30 Apr 1837 in Union District, SC and died on 19 Apr 1906.

William married Anna E. Hodges. Anna died in 1876.

The child from this marriage was:

306 M i. William Leland Mc Junkin was born on 25 Jun 1876.

William next married Mary E. (Mc Junkin) <1878>. Mary was born in 1858 and died in 1934.

Children from this marriage were:

307 M i. James Eugene Mc Junkin was born on 11 Oct 1881.

308 M ii. William Savage Mc Junkin was born on 28 Apr 1883.

309 F iii. Jane Catherine 'Janie Kate' Mc Junkin was born on 30 Nov 1885.

310 F iv. Mary Eliza Mc Junkin was born on 5 Jun 1887.

311 M v. Walthall Mc Junkin was born on 26 Sep 1889.

312 F vi. Nannie Florence Mc Junkin was born on 1 Jan 1892.

313 M vii. Robert Lee Mc Junkin was born on 29 May 1894.

314 M viii. Joseph Cunningham Mc Junkin was born on 3 Jan 1898.

315 F ix. Infant Daughter Mc Junkin was born on 27 Jun 1898 and died on 27 Jun 1898.

236. Joseph Mc Junkin (Samuel Huston 5, Joseph Dyar Sr. 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1).

Joseph married Nancy Hall.

Children from this marriage were:

316 M i. Benton Mc Junkin.

317 M ii. Joseph Mc Junkin.

318 M iii. Samuel Mc Junkin.

319 M iv. Dyer Mc Junkin.

320 F v. Jane Mc Junkin.

321 F vi. Sarah A. Mc Junkin.

322 M vii. Andrew A. Mc Junkin.

323 F viii. Esther Mc Junkin.

248. Samuel Thomas Mc Junkin (Tillman Rolen Sr. 5, Samuel Caldwell 4, Daniel Bogan Sr. 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1843 and died in 1920.

Samuel married Hiley Keeling.

Children from this marriage were:

324 F i. Elizabeth Mc Junkin.

Elizabeth married J. H. Pool.

325 M ii. Samuel J. Mc Junkin.

326 M iii. Charles Thomas Mc Junkin.

Charles married Annie Young.

327 M iv. Emmett Garland Mc Junkin.

Seventh Generation (4th Great-Grandchildren)

275. Anna Pearl 'Annie' Hughes (Susan Margaret 'Susie' Mc Junkin 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1882 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL, died in 1957 in Lawton, Comanche County, OK, and was buried in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Lawton, OK.

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Anna had a relationship with Charles Hughes.

Their child was:

328 F i. Emma Loys Hughes was born on 24 Apr 1904 in Prattville, Autauga County, AL, died on 31 Aug 1966 in Hughes Springs, Cass County, TX, and was buried in Clark Cemetery, Morris Co., TX.

Anna married J. W. Bailey on 8 Aug 1907 in Titus County, TX. J. died in 1909 in Titus County, TX.

The child from this marriage was:

329 M i. Herman Bailey was born in 1908 in Titus County, TX.

General Notes: Listed as Hermon Hughes in the 1920 census.

Anna next married Warren Henry Honea. Warren was born on 21 Jul 1881 in GA, died in Dec 1971 in OK, and was buried in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Lawton, OK.

Marriage Notes: I cannot locate a marriage between Warren & Annie.

General Notes: In 1942 he registers WWII draft card in Faxon, Comanche Co., OK.

1900 Warren is in Cherokee Co., GA.

1920 Titus Co., TX census

Warren Honea - 39 - GA
Pearl - 38 - AL
Margaret - 2 6/12 - TX
Lois Hughes - 16 - AL (step-dau to HOH)
Hermon Hughes - 10 - TX (stepson to HOH)

1930 Titus Co., TX census

Waren Holna - 48 - GA
Perl - 47 - AL
Margaret - 13 - TX

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The child from this marriage was:

330 F i. Margaret Honea was born in Titus County, TX.

Margaret married Mr. Spencer.

278. LouElla Mc Junkin (William Thomas 'Tom' 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 4 Nov 1884 in Chambers County, AL, died on 14 Nov 1918 in Valley (Shawmut), Chambers County, AL, and was buried in J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

General Notes: After Loulla's death, John married her sister Irene.

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LouElla married John Marion Mobley on 14 Jan 1906 in Penton, Chambers Co., AL. John was born on 15 Aug 1882 in Buffalo, Chambers County, AL, died on 12 Oct 1966 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1890-1918 - p. 104 - Bk 10 - p. 298 - Mr. John Mobley - Miss Louella McJenkins - 01/14/1906 by J. H. Harris, minister @ bride's home.

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Children from this marriage were:

331 F i. Vertyce Mae Mobley was born on 6 Dec 1906 in Buffalo, Chambers County, AL, died on 11 May 1984, and was buried in Cremated, Ashes Scattered in the Gulf of Mexico.

General Notes: Cenotaph in the J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

Inscription:

"Daughter of John & Lou Ella Mobley
Her ashes mingle with every wave,
still traveling world-wide,
she's free from the grave."

Vertyce married Mr. Brooks.

Vertyce next married Mr. March.

332 M ii. John Truitt Mobley was born on 8 Jan 1912 in Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 16 Jun 1913 in Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in J. M. Mobley Family Plot, Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

279. Minnie Alice Mc Junkin (William Thomas 'Tom' 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 2 Aug 1886 in Chambers County, AL, died on 26 Sep 1970 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in L. W. Robertson Family Plot, Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

General Notes: Sect. A, Lot 152 & 153 (Robertson/Crouch/Curry).

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Minnie married Leslie W. 'Les' Robertson. Leslie was born in 1882, died in 1942, and was buried in L. W. Robertson Family Plot, Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

General Notes: Had a sister Sally who married Jet Smith.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MLLP-BTHName: Leslie RobinsonBirthplace: AlabamaRelationship to Head of Household: SelfResidence: Hogansville, Troup, GeorgiaMarital Status: MarriedRace : WhiteGender: MaleImmigration Year: Father's Birthplace: AlabamaMother's Birthplace: AlabamaFamily Number: 156Page Number: 6Collection: United States Census, 1910
Household Gender Age
Leslie Robinson M 28y
spouse Minnie Robinson F 24y
child Connie Robinson F 4y

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Children from this marriage were:

333 F i. Helen Robertson.

Helen married Mr. Shaw.

334 F ii. Marjorie 'Margie' Robertson.

Marjorie married Mr. Mirra.

335 F iii. Connie Lee Robertson was born on 15 Jun 1905, died on 22 Apr 1989, and was buried in J. W. Curry Family Plot, Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

336 F iv. Melva Robertson was born on 15 Jul 1910 in Chambers County, AL, died on 13 Dec 1973 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

337 M v. Merrell La Joie 'Jack' Robertson was born in 1912, died on 10 Jul 1936, and was buried in L. W. Robertson Family Plot, Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

General Notes: GEORGIA
MACH . MATE . CL.
US NAVY

He never married. Died while in the US Navy.

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Minnie next married William Henry Crouch. William was born on 22 May 1878, died on 22 Apr 1961, and was buried in L. W. Robertson Family Plot, Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

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280. Lillian Rebecca 'Lilla' Mc Junkin (William Thomas 'Tom' 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 26 Jul 1888 in Penton, Chambers County, AL, died on 18 Jul 1954 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in Sharp Family Cemetery, White Plains, AL.

General Notes: See husband's notes.

The LaFayette Sun, Wednesday, July 21, 1954, Front Page

Mrs. Herschel Sharpe Of White Plains Passes

Mrs. Herschel Sharpe, age 65, of White Plains, passed away at her home July 18 following an illness of several months. Mrs. Sharpe was born and lived her entire life in Chambers County.
Funeral services were held from the residence on Monday, July 19, at 3:00 p.m. Interment was in the family cemetery at White Plains. Services were conducted by Rev. Ernest Talley and Rev. J. H. Harris. Johnson and Sanders Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
A member of the Penton Church of God, Mrs. Sharpe is survived by the husband; 6 daughters, Mrs. S. T. Foster, Lanett; Mrs. Crawford McKay, West Point; Mrs. W. K. Cofield, Beulah, Ala; Mrs. Frank Hammond, Gadsden, Ala; Mrs. Chester Carter, Huntingdon, West Va.; Mrs. Buford Sewell, Leesburg, Ala; three sons, Preston and Harvey Sharpe, White Plains; Marion Sharpe, Oklahoma City, Okla.; five sisters, Mrs. Raleigh Williams, Atlanta; Mrs. Will Crouch, Shawmut; Mrs. Cleve Stevens, LaFayette; Mrs. John Mobley, LaGrange; Mrs. Ernest Hill, Buffalo; eleven grandchildren.
Pallbearers were sons and sons-in-law.

Notes: Herschel should be Hershal & Sharpe should be Sharp.

From familysearch.org:

Name: Lille Rebecca Sharpe
Death Date: 18 Jul 1954
Death Place: Alabama, United States
Gender: Female
Age at Death: 65y
Estimated Birth Date: 1889
Father's Name: Tom Mcjnokin
Mother's Name: Ida Chrisler
Film Number: 1908890
Reference Number: cn12861
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

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Lillian married Hershal Tomlinson 'Hut' Sharp, son of Dewitt Clinton 'Tent' Sharp and Mary Jane 'Polly' Tomlinson, on 10 Jan 1909 in Penton, Chambers County, AL. Hershal was born on 28 Apr 1882 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 22 Jul 1963 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in Sharp Family Cemetery, White Plains, AL.

Marriage Notes: Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1890-1918 - p. 122 - Bk 11 - p. 8 - Mr. Hershal Sharpe - Miss Lizzie McJenkins - 01/10/1909 by Rev. J. C. Francis @ Penton.

I previously had a note that stated they were married in Stroud, Chambers Co., AL. I cannot relocate the source for this. All records I can find now state they were married at the McJunkin homeplace near Penton.

General Notes: Hershal's death cirt. #18824, Alabama

Hershal was living in Fairfax (AKA Fairview, now Valley, AL) at the time of their marriage & they lived there for a short time.

The LaFayette Sun, 01/20/1909
Local Happenings - Tersley Told
Fairview -
Mr. H. Sharpe and Miss Lilla McJunkins were happily married at the bride's home, near Penton, Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
We wish for them a long and happy wedded life.

The Valley Times-News, Wednesday, July 24, 1963, Page 3

Herschel Sharp Services Held At White Plains

Funeral service was held at 12 noon (EST) today for Herschel Sharp (Hershal), 81, of the White Plains Community north of LaFayette, who died Monday, apparently following a heart attack.

The funeral service was held at the residence, with the Rev. Ernest Talley officiating. Burial was in the Sharp Family Cemetery near White Plains, with Johnson and Sanders Funeral Home of LaFayette in charge.

Mr. Sharp, a native and life-long resident of Chambers County, was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Penton, Ala., Church of God.

Survivors include six daughters, Mrs. Nell Foster, Opelika, Mrs. Gladys McKay, White Plains; Mrs. Janet Cofield, River View; Mrs. Grace Hammock, Gadsden, Ala.,: Mrs. Ann Carter, Huntington, West Va., and Mrs. Reba Sewell, Leesburg, Ala.; three sons, Preston Sharp, White Plains; Harvey Sharp, Atlanta, and Marion Sharp, Dallas, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Alleen Benton, White Plains, and Mrs. Irene Earle, Stroud, Ala.; 17 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

Corrections: Herschel should be Hershal.

The LaFayette Sun, exact date unknown:

Herschel Sharp, 81, Passes On Monday

Herschel Sharp, age 81, well known White Plains resident, passed away at his home Monday of this week following a heart attack. He was a retired farmer.

Funeral services were held today (Wed.) at 11:00 a.m., from the residence with Rev. Ernest Talley officiating. Interment was in the Sharp Family Cemetery with Johnson & Sanders Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

A member of the Penton Church of God, the deceased was a life-long resident of this county and is survived by 6 daughters, Mrs. Nell Foster, Opelika; Mrs. Gladys McKay, LaFayette Route 2; Mrs. Janet Cofield, River View; Mrs. Grace Hammock, Gadsden; Mrs. Ann Carter, Huntington, WV; Mrs. Reba Sewell, Leesburg; 3 sons, Preston Sharp, LaFayette; Harvey Sharp, Atlanta, Ga.; Marion Sharp, Dallas, Texas; 2 sisters, Mrs. Alleen Benton, LaFayette, Route 2; Mrs. Irene Earl, Stroud; 17 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter.

Corrections: Herschel should be Hershal and Earl should be Earle.

From familysearch.org:

Name: Herschel Sharpe
Death Date: 22 Jul 1963
Death Place: Lafayette, Chambers, Alabama
Gender: Male
Age at Death: 81y
Estimated Birth Date: 1882
Father's Name: Dewitt C. Sharpe
Mother's Name: Jane Tomlinson
Film Number: 1909056
Reference Number: 18824
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

1920 Chambers Co., AL

Hushel Sharp - 37 - AL - Farmer
Lilla - 31 - AL
Preston O. - 9 - AL
Nellie V. - 8 - AL
Gladys A. - 5 - AL
Mildred J. - 3 - AL
Harvey - 2 - AL
Dewitt C. - 69 - AL

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Children from this marriage were:

338 M i. Preston Oliver Sharp was born on 9 Feb 1910 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 4 Nov 1996 in Penton, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

General Notes: Never had children. Helped raise his step-nephew Richard White for about 6 years.

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Preston married Alice Moore. Alice was born on 17 Jul 1914 in Chambers County, AL, died on 9 Jul 2009 in Cleburne County, AL, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

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339 F ii. Nellie Vaughn 'Nell/Von C' Sharp was born on 27 May 1911 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died in La Fayette, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in McKay-Yarbrough-Foster Family Plot, Oakwood Cemetery, Lanett, AL.

340 F iii. Gladys Alleen Sharp was born on 15 May 1914 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 29 Sep 2003 in Opelika, Lee County, AL, and was buried in McKay-Yarbrough-Foster Family Plot, Oakwood Cemetery, Lanett, AL.

341 F iv. Mildred Janet Sharp was born on 12 Mar 1916 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 28 Dec 2002 in Valley (Langdale), Chambers County, AL, and was buried in J. G. Cofield Family Plot, Beulah Cemetery, Beulah, AL.

342 M v. Harvey Mc Junkin Sharp was born on 8 Jan 1918 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 14 May 1994 in Atlanta, Fulton County, GA, and was buried in New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Greshamville, GA.

343 F vi. Grace Rebecca Sharp was born on 3 Jul 1920 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL.

344 M vii. Daniel Marion Sharp was born on 18 Mar 1925 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 27 Jun 2007 in Kaufman, Kaufman County, TX, and was buried in Roselawn Memorial Park, Seagoville, TX.

345 F viii. Mary Ann Sharp was born on 18 Nov 1925 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL.

346 F ix. Reba Frances Sharp was born on 10 Sep 1927 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL.

347 F x. Ruth Kayron Sharp was born on 7 Oct 1930 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, died on 1 Dec 1937 in White Plains, Chambers County, AL, and was buried in Sharp Family Cemetery, White Plains, AL.

General Notes: The Chambers County News, Thursday, December 9, 1937, Front Page

Kyron Sharp Passes After Short Illness

Little Miss Kyron Sharp, 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sharp of Buffalo, died at the home of her parents last Wednesday following an illness of only five days.
Kyron was a student of the Five Points school and was a member of a family of ten children. She bore her illness with fortitude but on Wednesday, December 1, her strength gave way and she slipped quietly away. She was a favorite with her school mates and had a wealth of friends. She was a member of one of Chambers County's most prominent families.
Surviving are a mothe and father, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sharp, nine brothers and sisters, Mrs. Nell Foster, Fairfax, Preston Sharp, Gladys Sharp, Janet Sharp, Harvey Sharp, Grace Sharp, Marion Sharp, Mary Anne Sharp and Reba Sharp, all of Buffalo. Also surviving are a wealth of relatives throughout East Alabama and West Georgia.

Notes: Kyron should be Kayron and Herschel should be Hershal.

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284. Jimmie Lara Mc Junkin (William Thomas 'Tom' 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 3 Aug 1900 in Chambers County, AL, died on 19 Jul 1927 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in Penton Church Of God Cemetery, Penton, AL.

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According to information translated to me by her son (my great uncle, Charles Grady Johnson) she died so young of Diabetes. This was made even more tragic due to the fact that insulin was discovered only a year later.

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Jimmie married Adolphus Grady 'Dolphus' Johnson, son of Cornelius Morellus Johnson and Ozella Adeline Messer, on 23 Jun 1918 in Chambers County, AL. Adolphus was born on 29 Jan 1897 and died on 25 May 1944 in Lanett, Chambers County, AL.

Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage: 23 Jun 1918, Penton, Chambers County, AL. Chambers Co. Marr. Rec. 1890-1918 - p. 175 - Bk 11 - p. 421 - Mr. Adolphus Grady Johnson - Sarah McJenkins - 07/23/1918 by W. R. Williams, Baptist Minister @ bride's home. (Note: W. R. Williams was the husband of Sarah's sister Oddie.)

General Notes: 1920 Beat 5, Chambers Co., AL (White Plains/Penton area) - Just Dolphus & Lara by themselves.

1930 can't find???

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JK35-Y8PName: Adolphus Grady JohnsonDeath Date: 25 May 1944Death Place: Lanett, Chambers, AlabamaGender: MaleAge at Death: 47yEstimated Birth Date: 1897Spouse's Name: DerritFather's Name: C. M. JohnsonMother's Name: Ozella MesserFilm Number: 1908784Reference Number: fn 10814Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

I don't know where he is buried. He does not have a marked burial in Oakwood Cemetery in Lanett, and I don't find him at Shadowlawn in La Grange, either. He for sure is not buried with Lara in Penton.

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Children from this marriage were:

348 M i. Charles Grady Johnson was born on 22 Oct 1925 in Chambers County, AL, died on 15 Dec 2004 in La Grange, Troup County, GA, and was buried in Shadowlawn Cemetery, La Grange, GA.

General Notes: Served in WWII.
Was a Methodist minister for many years.
Buried on 17 December 2004 at Shadowlawn Cemetery in LaGrange, Georgia.
He was also very interesterd in family trees and gave me much of the information used for the McJunkin family line.

Charles married Ruth (Johnson).

349 F ii. Sarah LeMerle Johnson was born on 9 Aug 1923 in Chambers County, AL and died on 5 Jan 1995 in Monterey, CA.

Sarah married Horace Elma Bailey on 7 Mar 1944 in La Grange, Troup County, GA. Horace was born on 4 Jun 1923 in Lanett, Chambers County, AL.

285. Sarah Allera Mc Junkin (William Thomas 'Tom' 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born on 9 Nov 1902 in Chambers County, AL, died on 8 Jul 1990 in Roanoke, Randolph County, AL, and was buried in Chapel Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery, Chapel Hill, AL.

General Notes: The Valley Times-News, July 9, 1990, Page 10

Mrs. Hill

Rock Mills - Mrs. Sarah Allera Hill, 87, of Rock Mills, died Sunday at Randolph County Hospital in Roanoke.

Funeral services are scheduled for Tuesday at 2 p.m., CDT, at Five Points Methodist Church with the Rev. James Harper and the Rev. Richard Walls officiating. Burial will follow in the Chapel Hill Methodist Church Cemetery in LaFayette.

Mrs. Hill is survived by one son, Richard Hill of Rock Mills and two grandchildren.

A native of LaGrange, Mrs. Hill was a member of Rock Mills Methodist Church. She was a resident of Five Points for 18 years prior to moving to Rock Mills.

Sanders Funeral Home in LaFayette is handling arrangements.

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Sarah married Ernest P. Hill on 6 Nov 1921 in Chambers County, AL?. Ernest was born on 5 May 1900, died on 30 Jan 1971, and was buried in Chapel Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery, Chapel Hill, AL.

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The child from this marriage was:

350 M i. Richard Hill.

300. Willian Virginia 'Bill' Mc Junkin (James Barney 'Jim' 6, Theophilus Wallace 'Theo' 5, John Thomas 'Jack' 4, Joseph Caldwell (MAJ) 3, Samuel Caldwell Sr. 2, Robert Joseph Sr. 1) was born in 1907 in Cullman County, AL.

Willian married John Robert 'J.R.' Miller Sr..

The child from this marriage was:
351 M i. John Robert 'Bobby' Miller Jr.



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