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cheek - from SC to TX

Terrie Woodard (View posts)
Posted: 2 Sep 1999 6:37PM GMT
Looking for Johnnie Tucker Cheek ancestry. He was born 10-15-1858 Spartenburg SC; married Clara Isabell Laxson 5-12-1887; moved to Ft Spunky, TX died in 3-31-1947. Clara born 7-15-1870, Jasper Co, MO died 9-16-1968. They had 10 children.

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Linda Cheek Clark (View posts)
Posted: 11 Oct 1999 7:59PM GMT
Dear Terrie, My grandfather was Leonard Elray
Cheek, also known as boss. I'm starting a search of my geneology and came across your name. Johnny Tucker Cheek was my great grandfather. I can only go back to William Draton Cheek, who was Johnny Tucker Cheek's father. I would appreciate any other information you could give. Thanks, Linda Cheek

Johnnie Tucker Cheek

Terrie Woodard (View posts)
Posted: 15 Oct 1999 5:23PM GMT
Johnnie Tucker Cheek born 10-15-1858 in Spartenburg sc; died 3-31-1947 married on 5-12-1887 to Clara Isabell Laxson born 7-15-1870 died 9-16-1968; children: infant born 1-3-1888; Gracie Ann born 10-8-1889 died 5-4-1979(she married Perry Frank Woodard on 9-9-1906 and this is my husband's line); James William born 6-13-1892; Samuel Marion born 9-18-1894; Haden Grant born 3-20-1896; Riley Hague born 7-15-1898; Reathy Mae born 7-19-900; Johnnie Frances born 12-23-1902; Doc Orso born 3-31-1905; Eliza Pruitt born 4-10-1907; and Leonard Elroy born 7-12-1912 in Bonham Texas (which is your granddad). Can you email me with johnnie tucker cheek's father's birthdate/date of death?? Let me know if you have any specific questions I'll see what I can find. Thank you.

Cheek-Woodard

Doris Woodard (View posts)
Posted: 3 Dec 1999 5:50AM GMT
Terri, I saw you posting on Family History.com. I am a Cheek-Woodard. Interested in Cheeks from Ky. Also interested in Woodards from IA. Any info? I am married to a Woodard. I don't have a lot on them. This is the first time I have see the names together.
Thanks, Doris Woodard

woodard-cheek

Terrie Woodard (View posts)
Posted: 3 Dec 1999 6:38PM GMT
I don't have much. My husband's grandfather was Perry Frank Woodard bd: 9-22-1885 and dod: 12-15-1959. His brother was Jack Christopher Woodard bd: 1-18-1883. Their mother's name was Georgia and married a second to a Mr. Porterfield and had a daughter by him named Iva Pearl bd: 7-6-1890. I haven't found Perry Jack's father name yet. Mrs. Georgia Porterfield's obituary says she came from Arkansas around 1919. Good hunting!

Johnny Tucker Cheek

Jan McFarland (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jan 2000 11:34AM GMT
Terry,

I just received and have been reviewing a box
of genealogy information that my Grandmother,
Eliza Pruitt Cheek gave my brother. From this
information I have the following: Johnny Tucker
Cheek's father was William Cheek (some controversy
as to the middle name. I have found nothing in
my research to show that William Draton Cheek
fought in the Civil War or was killed in the
battle of Manassas. Johnny Tucker Cheek's mother
was Sarah Ann Stone. William and Sarah married in 1854
and had four children - Johnny Tucker, Samuel J.,
Sarah and Jim.

William's father was Willis Draton Cheek and his
mother was Priscilla Simms (?). They had 8 children
William, Barney Tucker, James M. , John P., Mary, E.V,
L.C, and Thomas. Willis's father was William Cheek and his
mother was Mary Polly Vines. William's father was James Cheek
and his mother was Elizabeth Smith., James's father was Richard
Cheek and his mother was Jane Randolph (?).

I live in Virginia and will be going to the National Archives
as well as visiting some sites in North Carolina and South Carolina
to verify the above. Until I do, I just look on this
information as leads. I'm rather new at this and am anxious
to confirm the lineage.

Johnnie Tucker Cheek

Terrie Woodard (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jan 2000 7:28PM GMT
Your information in very interesting. I look forward to what you find. I'm planning to visit my husband's aunt to see if she has any other information. Also, I'm searching cemetary records here in North Texas. I did find two Cheeks (while searching another family name) that are buried in a "lost" cemetary in Bedford, TX. They are Newton H Cheek died 3-24-1876 and Maudie M Cheek died 7-31-1886. The search for ancestors is fun and can be exciting. I recently found a whole branch of my father's family (Tarwater) that have been living in the same area as me and I didn't know it. We plan to meet soon a swap family info. Good hunting!

Daisy Jewell CHEEK-TX

Misty Fugitt (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jan 2000 6:43PM GMT
I have a Daisy Jewell Cheek b. ca 1900, who was married to Charles Edgar Fugitt and had seven children. Most decendants are still in the Corpus Christie area. Any info would be appreciated.

mistyfugitt@juno.com

Johnnie Tucker Cheek

Posted: 5 Mar 2000 7:59PM GMT
Edited: 17 Feb 2004 1:23AM GMT
To Jan McFarland and Terri Woodard
My great-grandfather was Samuel J. Cheek brother of Johnnie Tucker Cheek. From family stories: Samuel and Johnnie walked to Texas as young boys when their mother remarried after the Civil War. William Draton Cheek was a soldier during the Civil War and died of a disease but I don't know what disease. The name William Draton has been carried down two more generations. Samuel J. Cheek had a son named William Draton who is buried at the George's Creek Cemetery, TX. Samuel J. Cheek's daughter Cordie married Tell Armstrong and named her youngest son William Draton. I would like to hear from both of you. Please send e-mail to Lbwill@ovis.net

Richard Cheek Jane Randolph

Posted: 26 Jul 2000 9:50PM GMT
Edited: 8 Sep 2001 5:48PM GMT
Terry,
I have Richard Cheek born about 1700 of Spotsylvania, VA, md. Jane Randolph (Lowry), children: Jane (my line)md Cornelius Tyson, William, Richard, John, James, Robert. I have a little more information if this is the same one. Delois
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