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Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Regina (View posts)
Posted: 10 Nov 2001 1:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Does any one have any info on the Callicottt Family from Randolph County, NC?

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Posted: 2 Nov 2002 5:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
My Samuel Callicott was from Randolph Co., NC. He removed to Tennessee and then to Gallatin Co., Illinois

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Regina Haynes (View posts)
Posted: 7 Nov 2002 12:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Riley, Callicott
Your Samual Callicott is in my line also. I have that he was born in Randolph County, NC in 1798, died in 1892. Samuel and Rebecca Robbins had a son named Washington Callicott. Washington and Mary Jane Harrelson (both killed in the Shawneetown Flood of 1898) were the parents of Mary Ellen Callicott who married Joseph Riley. Their oldest child, Marshall Riley was my grandfather.

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Posted: 18 Oct 2003 8:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: CALLICOTT, HOOKER
I have a Rhoda Callicott (or any variation) who married Odom Hooker from NC. I believe they were married there but have no proof. I can not find who her parents were but I suspect it was Beverly or James.
They moved to Clark Co., IN, then onto Jennings Co., IN where Odom died in 1842, she was on the 1840 census with him and a son, but lost her after that.
Would love to hear from anyone who might have any insight into this.
Linda

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Rachel Watkins (View posts)
Posted: 8 Mar 2004 4:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Callicotte, James
Hi, I don't know about Randolph Co. but I do have an ancestor; Agatha Callicotte born October 11, 1797 in Mongomery, NC and died on Jan 10, 1854. Her parents were John Bailey Callicotte born 1775 in Prince Edward, Virginia and Sarah James born about 1750 in Virgina and died about 1820

Hope this helps, I'm looking for ancestors as well on that side.

Thanks,
Rachel Watkins
rachelwatkins@ev1.net

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Posted: 16 Apr 2004 10:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Jul 2005 2:27AM GMT
Surnames: Callicott, Houston, Riley
Rachel, I am descended from Samuel Wade Callicott Sr. thru his son Samuel Wade Jr. Samuel Wade Jr married Mary Houston in Gallatin Co. Samuel Wade died one month after enlisting in civil war. HE died of measles on board hospital ship at St. Louis. Mary later married Milton Patillo and they moved family to Ozark Co., MO. Mary and Samuel's son Alvin was my grandfather. I have a picture of sons of Marshall Callicott, who was son of Washington Callicott. The two sons have their hand on an old powder gourd, which the back of picture stated was Beverley's gourd which he used in REv War under Geo Washington. The son's names were Robert and Buddy (Wade).
I had wondered who the Mary Callicott that married Joseph Riley belonged to. Glad to find out. Samuel Wade Jr's sister Agnes (Aggie) married Isaac Riley about the same time.
will share information with you.
Wadene Callicott Bennett
wadeneben2@aol.com

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Roy Hill (View posts)
Posted: 22 Apr 2004 3:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hill, Callicott
I have a Callicott connection that seems to be connected somehow. I have a Mary Ann Callicott age 21 in 1870 census
who married Benjamin Garrett Hill May 31 1867 in Gallatin County. I find them in the 1870 Gallatin County Census Township 8 Range 9 right next to your W. C. Callicott Family. Mary A. Callicott is in the 1860 Census same location as 12 year old daughter of Samuel and Mary Callicott. They are next to a Harrelson Family and the Washington Callicott Family. I can't find Benjamin Garrett & Mary A. Hill in any other census. Any info would help, thank you.

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Posted: 22 Apr 2004 3:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Jul 2005 2:27AM GMT
The Mary that was living with Samuel and Mary Callicott in 1860 was the daughter of Samuel's deceased brother Claiborn H. Callicott who died Dec 1853, leaving widow Juliet and children Ellen, John and Mary. Ellen and John lived with Samuel's brother John A. Callicott in 1860 and Mary was with Samuel. I have Mary as marrying Benjamin Hill May 31, 1867. Samuel died in civil War Dec 1862 and Mary remarried in early 1870's to Milton Patillo and I have guardianship papers for Milton becoming guardians to Samuel and Mary's children, Alvin and his sister Martha.
Claiborn's son John married june 12, 1872 to Mary Murphy. I don't have marriage for Ellen.
Wadene Bennett

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Roy Hill (View posts)
Posted: 22 Apr 2004 4:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Callicott, Hill, Murphy
Thanks for the rapid reply. Do you have any info on Mary and Benjamin Garrett Hill ? It seems they left the area, there is no trace of them in the 1880 census. It is also interesting My 3rd Great Grandfather Ferdinand Hill, who was Garrett Hill's Brother, also married a Murphy. He married Ellen Murphy may 18, 1878, She was daughter of Daniel Murphy and Mary Anna (Polly) Battill, they had a daughter Mary born 1851.
Garrett and Ferdinand were Civil war orphans. Their Father William R. Hill died in Jefferson Barracks hospital, St. Louis 23 Feb 1862.Leaving his Widow Parthenia and seven children as orphans.
Thanks, Roy Hill

Re: Callicott's from Randolph Co., NC

Posted: 23 Dec 2006 4:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Callicutt Callicott
I grew up in Randolph County and the Callicutt/Callicott line has been there at least as far back as Pleasant Callicott, a distinguished Civil War veteran and can be found in the 1850 Census as the son of William Callicott. Pleasant, son Alfred, and grandson Rankin are in my line and all can be found with both Callicutt and Callicot and a few other variations. My father, Ricky still lives in Randolph County. I now live in the Charlotte area.

Based on what I gather from my research, my Great Grandfather Rankin Dewey, was orphaned when his father Alfred passed c. 1902 and can be found in an orphanage in the 1910 Census. He appears twice in the 1920 census as Rankin Callicott, a soldier stationed in Charleston and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. In 1922 he married Zelma McPherson in Randolph County and they evntually had by my count 6 children, the youngest being William Stafford, my grandfather. The 1930 Census shows him with the last name of Callicutt, which I still bear.

Oddly, in Rankin's 1920 census sheet, it shows him stationed with a James D Stafford. I wonder if James was the inspiration for my father's and grandfather's middle name of Stafford?

The tricky spot in my research was in finding multiple Pleasant and Alfred Callicotts, one line from Randolph and the other from Montgomery.

I know you posted this a few years ago, but I hope this helps.
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