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Will Nottingham of Nottingham,Va.

Vandy Rioux (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jul 1999 9:58AM GMT
My grandfather was Will Nottingham of Nottingham, Virginia. My grandmother, Lucille Westfall and Will Nottingham divorced when my Mother Sylvia Westfall Nottingham was 9 months old. Will Nottingham sued for custody of my mother and lost. There was never any contact between my mother and her father, Will Nottingham after the resolution of the custody battle that I know of. I would like any information available on the Nottingham's of Virginia. I'm not sure what "Will's" name was, William I would assume.
Thank you.

Will Nottingham of VA - WV

Posted: 1 Oct 1999 10:03PM GMT
Edited: 9 Jul 2001 3:37AM GMT
I have tons and tons of data on Nottingham from the Pocahontas County, VA area. Let me know your email address and I can add you to the Nottingham MyFamily Web page. My email is merne@aol.com

Nottinghams of W.V.

Edward Petty (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jan 2000 6:19PM GMT
My GGGrandmother was Elizabeth Fannie Nottingham b 6Sept.1854 in W.V.Married George W. Minnick in 1871 in W.V. Any other info? Thanks,Ed

Elizabeth Fannie Nottingham

Posted: 12 Jan 2000 7:39PM GMT
Edited: 9 Jul 2001 3:37AM GMT
Hello Edward Petty - I have many levels above this but the files are too large. What software are you using so I can send you complete files? I also need your direct email address.

Descendants of James O'Brien Nottingham


Generation No. 1

1. JAMES O'BRIEN3 NOTTINGHAM (WILLIAM2, EDWARD1) was born October 7, 1780 in Greenbriar, Virginia, and died in Jonesville, Lee Co., Virginia. He married ELIZABETH WADDELL 1810 in Jonesville, Lee, Virginia, (Ca). She was born Abt. 1784 in Jonesville, Lee Co., Virginia, and died Abt. 1853 in Gate City, (Estilville), Scott, Virginia.

Notes for JAMES O'BRIEN NOTTINGHAM:
Subj: Re: Nottinghams in TX VA
Date: 12/21/99 8:43:05 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: enottingham@hotmail.com (Earl Nottingham)
To: rgjad@chisp.net
CC: Merklinlee@aol.com, Merne@aol.com, geh@sni.net
Bob, Supposedly, Susannah's last name was O'Brien. Some references I have seen show her maiden name followed by a question mark. Jan and Lee Merklin have compiled a 400+ page draft of the Nottingham lineage which they have made available to anyone requesting it. It is a wealth of information complete with wills. In it, are William Sr. and Susannah's wills which show that evidentally, James was the black sheep of the family, perhaps because of the jail-break event, and that William's property would be divided equally among all the sons except James. You are correct that Susannah's will excludes James also.
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Subj: Re: Nottingham's of England
Date: 12/7/99 1:53:05 PM Pacific Standard Time
From: rgjad@chisp.net (Robert G. Judith A. Dickinson)
To: Merne@aol.com
Merne, Thanks for your quick response to my question about William and Susannah. As you may know I am a descendant of a James Nottingham, possibly the son the William of Pocahontas Co., VA. The reason I say possibly is because at every turn I seem to find conflicting information. In 1923, my grandfather's sister Lida Dickinson McGauhey wrote to her cousin Maxi King about the Nottingham family. Lida was the daughter of Lavina Nottingham, who in turn was the daughter of James Nottingham of Lee County, VA. In her letter Lida gives in quotes the entire letter she had received from her Uncle Bill Nottingham in 1896. Uncle Bill was Lavina Nottingham's brother and son of James Nottingham. Part of the quoted letter follows:

"The Nottinghams came from Nottingham England in 1700. They were descendants of Lord Nottingham. My Grandfather James Obrien Nottingham settled in Green Brier County Virginia. My grandmother's maiden name was Mary Obrien. I never saw either of them. My mother's maiden name was Elisabeth Waddell. Her father and mother were both Dutch. They came from Germany and settled in Sullivan County Tennessee. My Grandmother Waddell's name was Jenny. And Grandfather Waddell was named Jacob."

I suspect this is the only record of the name O'Brien. Do you know of any kind of document that suggests the name was remembered "by recall." Price, 1901, in his "Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County" stated "His wife, whose name cannot be recalled." It seems very strange to me that it was remembered that she was Irish, while her name could have been forgotten in just 68 years. It seems likely there was a reason that these descendants could remember so much about William, and that James had migrated to TN, but not remember the name of the children's mother.

You will notice that Uncle Bill refers to where his grandfather Nottingham settled, not where his father settled. He also refers to his mother and grandfather Waddell. Because Uncle Bill stated his grandmother's name was Obrien other workers have apparently concluded he meant his father rather
than his grandfather when he referred to James Obrien. It is certainly possible that Uncle Bill's father was also James Obrien, but that is not what the letter states. It would not have been unknown for a man to have in his own name the surname of his wife. Of course Uncle Bill could have been in error when he stated his grandfather's name. One would have expected however, that if Uncle Bill, or William, had had a grandfather William he would have possibly believed he was named for him and would have
so stated.

In the 1970's some descendants of James were in contact with Mrs. Sylvia Gum of Green Bank, West Virginia, a descendant of William. She apparently reported that William's wife was Mary. From this, these workers apparently concluded that Uncle Bill was referring to his father not his grandfather
and that James was a son of the William of Pocahontas Co., WV. I wonder if they would have done this had they known William had a wife Susannah. I hope to contact these earlier workers to see if they ever learned about Susannah.

Lida's letter indicates James met his wife Elizabeth Waddell in Sullivan County, TN. Because William's son James reportedly migrated to TN it apparently seemed logical to assume the James who married Elisabeth was the son of William even though Uncle Bill's letter stated he was the son of James Obrien Nottingham. When it became known that William's wife was named Susannah other unidentified workers apparently decided her maiden name must have been O'Brien. This may be true, but it is very
presumptuous. It would be nice to have some evidence of it before Susannah is definitely given the surname O'Brien.

The possibility that the James of Pocahontas married Elisabeth Waddell is a tight fit. This James is listed in the 1803 Bath County tax records, but is missing in 1804. In 1806 he and some others were indicted for breaking into the Bath Jail and rescuing Charles Rogers in 1803. Elisabeth's
Waddell's oldest son Jacob, who presumably was named for her father, married an Eliza who was born 24 Mar 1805. If Jacob was at least as old as his wife, the Bath Co. James would have had to get to Tennessee and elope with Elisabeth by the summer of 1804. This is possible, but if Jacob was a
year or two older than his wife was, as was the normal situation, then a different James Nottingham may have been Elisabeth's husband.

There is some evidence to suggest William could have had a wife prior to Susannah if Elisabeth Waddell's husband James was the son of William. First, Susannah does not mention William's son James in her will, a strong suggestion that James may not have been her son. Second, 1820 and 1830 Lee County, VA census records suggest the James there was born between 1760 and 1770. This information conflicts with the reported Nottingham bible date of 7 Oct 1780.

In order to try to sort this out I checked personal property tax records for Augusta Co. and Bath Co., VA only to find that a James is not listed until 21 May 1800. In that year he is listed as a tithable, but with no property. This is usually understood to mean James was over 21. If James was born 7 Oct 1780 he would only have been 19 when the tax was taken. If he was born between 1760 and 1770 he should have been in the tax records by 1791 but he is not.

From 1795 through 1798 William is charged with 3 tithables. I presume this was for himself and his two older sons who were over age 16. If James was born in 1780 he should have been listed as a tithable with his father in 1797, but it does not appear that he was. On 21 Mar 1799 William's wife Susannah is listed as a widow next to her sons William and Jacob. From this it would appear that the two tithables with William did not include James. So where was James during this time? If William and Jacob were
listed as tithables with William Sr. one would expect James should have been listed as a tithable with Susannah after William died. I realize James could have been living with someone somewhere else.

It is interesting that William's will was written 5 Apr. 1799 and his gravestone reportedly indicates he died 8 Apr 1799, whereas his wife Susannah is listed in the tax records as a widow on 21 Mar 1799. How could this have been? Could the fact that the executor of his estate was his good friend and neighbor George Poage, Esquire been a factor? Could it reflect something about the Nottingham's past?

Because of all of this conflicting information I am trying to keep an open mind and search every possible lead. This includes looking for records giving the names Mary O'Brien, Susannah, and William and James Nottingham.

In the transported convict records a James Nottingham from Buckinghamshire was transported to Maryland from London in 1755 on the ship Tryal. In 1758 he was reported to be a farrier and a runaway. Interestingly my James Nottingham was also believed to be a blacksmith. A female convict on this
ship was Susanna Bird.

A felon on the Virginia bound ship Tryal, Jan. 1766, was listed as Ovins alias O'Brien, Mary. Along with the William Nottingham on the ship Neptune, Jan. 1786, were a Skelton, Susannah, Spinster from London, and a Bully, Susanna from Middlesex.

Clearly from the above, the felons James and William Nottingham had the opportunity to be acquainted with women by the name of Susannah. A Mary O'Brien arrived just a year before the William Nottingham in Virginia. All of this may not have any meaning, but should not be ignored in a records search.

Now, regarding your emails of 5 Dec 1999. I will be glad to send you a copy of the published Old Bailey Proceedings, which gives the record of the trial of William Nottingham if you will send me your mailing address. William's sentence of "Transportation for 7 years" meant if he returned to England before the end of the 7-year period he was subject to being hanged. Certainly no wife went with him.

For a better understanding of English criminal procedures and the process through which felons were sent to the colonies one should read "Colonists in Bondage" by Abbot Emerson Smith and "Bound for America" by A. Roger Ekirch. Ekrich, p. 57 indicates Elizabeth Martin ended up with a smart whipping for her efforts to get transported so she could join her husband. The felons were sent in over crowed ships with little food or other necessities of life. If they survived the journey, the Captain of the ship sold them to the highest bidder in much the same manner as slaves. The felons had few if any rights and got nothing from the master when their term was up.

Additional information is in Coldham's book "The King's Passengers to Maryland and Virginia". On p. v he states "the name, place of residence and offence of each convict listed in this volume should be found on a Bill of Indictment." This suggests further information might be found on William.

Information on the UK Public Record Office National Archives is at: http://www.pro.gov.uk/

At that site go to Finding Aids and one of the leaflets gives information on the availability of records regarding transported felons.

One commercial researcher who advertises on the Internet that he does London public record searches is at: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/rogerenixon/

I have not tried to contact him about searching for additional information on William Nottingham as I am not sure at this time that my James is a son of the William of Pocahontas. If you would like to contact him to pursue this please do.

Bob Dickinson
95 North Hoyt Street
Lakewood, CO 80226 - rgjad@chisp.net
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3/24/99 Reading from Jan Nottingham Merklin's wonderful book, page 11, March 1999, it says "The following is from 'Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County, WV', by William T. Price, Published in Marlinton WV, by Price brothers, 1901, " "William Nottingham .......... James Nottingham migrated to Tennessee.
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From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
James O'Brien Nottingham listed in the World Family Tree Volume #7 CD-ROM
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Elizabeth Waddell, born about 1784, died about 1853, married James O'Brien Nottingham. James was born in Greenbriar, VA., which is 350 miles northeast of Jonesville, Lee Co., VA.

9/29/98 I found a Jonesville Campground in Lee County in VA. It is in the southwest corner of Virginia. Knoxville is the closest 'big' town, 60 miles away. Jonesville is 120 miles southwest of Pocahontas Co, Virginia.

Elizabeth's 4th child, Mary Elizabeth Nottingham, was born in Lee [I think Lee County] in 1822.

Elizabeth Waddel died in Gate City, VA which is about 35 miles east of Jonesville, VA.
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Found below on Internet ---- Herkimer/Montgomery County Queries
Lynne H. DeMont Mon April 14 1997
John NOTTINGHAM, 1800-1810 census, possible father of James Nottingham, lived in Warren or Warren Township in Herkimer County. According to Lake County Illinois history, early settlers arrived there from Warren Township, Herkimer County, NY. They named their Illinois settlement Warren Township.


From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
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9/15/98 at LDS Church
Microfilm : 1394060 Submission AF83-011752
AFN = BVD5-GG
From Franklin J. Colson, Route #2 Box, Blackfoot ID, 83221
It says lived in Tennesse
Father is William Nottingham SR AFN 1bvp-grg
Mother is Susannah 1bvp-gsn
Married Elizabeth Waddell AFN BVD5-HM, 1830-1849, Jonesville, Lee, Virginia

The succession possibly goes like this:

John Nottingham, dob unknown, residence Herkimer County, 1800-1810, possible father of James.
James Nottingham, dob 1806, possible son of John, likely resident of Warren Township or town, Herkimer County, NY. Wife's name either Mary or Cloe. Moved to Lake County, Illinois around 1844-48
Cromwell Nottingham, dob on/about 1831 in New York State, son of James and my gg-grandfather

Additional note: there are two Nottingham's listed in the 1790 New York census--both in Ulster County--Stephen and Margaret. These people are descendants of Captain William Nottingham who arrived in America in 1664. I'm hoping that John Nottingham is the son of one or the other of these two people. The Ulster County Nottingham's have a traceable history.

One final question. How can I find church records for Warren Township, New York? I'm willing to write any number of letters. Thank you so much for your interest and help.




More About JAMES O'BRIEN NOTTINGHAM:
Ancestral File #: BVD5-GG
Baptism: , (Lived) in Tenn.
Occupation: Farmer, Blacksmith

Notes for ELIZABETH WADDELL:
Not the same but maybe related? Posted by Deanna Holm on July 02, 1998 at 01:28:40:

In Reply to: Elizabeth Waddell Taylor of Va posted by Terri Mullins on May 23, 1998 at 23:58:57:

Elizabeth Waddell was b. 1763 and M.
Sept. 13, 1792 Rawleigh Taylor they
had John, Rawleigh, George, Charles
and Wilford. I believe they married in
Fauquier Co. Va. Her father and
mother were John Waddell who m.
Elizabeth Green about 1757. John was
a child apprentice who emigrated in 1749.

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Elizabeth Waddell, born about 1784, died about 1853, married James O'Brien Nottingham. James was born in Greenbriar, VA., which is 350 miles northeast of Jonesville, Lee Co., VA.

9/29/98 I found a Jonesville Campground in Lee County in VA. It is in the southwest corner of Virginia. Knoxville is the closest 'big' town, 60 miles away. Jonesville is 120 miles southwest of Pocahontas Co, Virginia.

Elizabeth's 4th child, Mary Elizabeth Nottingham, was born in Lee [I think Lee County] in 1822.

Elizabeth Waddel died in Gate City, VA which is about 35 miles east of Jonesville, VA.

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From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

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Microfilm : 1394060 Submission AF83-011752
AFN = BVD5-GG
From Franklin J. Colson, Route #2 Box, Blackfoot ID, 83221




More About ELIZABETH WADDELL:
Ancestral File #: BVD5-HM

Children of JAMES NOTTINGHAM and ELIZABETH WADDELL are:
i. JAMES4 NOTTINGHAM, b. 1810, Lee County, VA..
ii. ISAAC NOTTINGHAM, b. 1813, Lee County, VA..
2. iii. LAVINA NOTTINGHAM, b. 1813.
iv. SUSAN CARTER NOTTINGHAM, b. 1815, Lee County, VA.; m. THOMAS COX.
v. LUCINDA NOTTINGHAM, b. 1817; m. JOHN ST. JOHN.
vi. MARY ELIZABETH NOTTINGHAM, b. 1819, Lee, VA; m. JAMES BYRD COLSON.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH NOTTINGHAM:
Mary Nottingham could have been born in Lee County and not the city of Lee in Virginia.

Jan's book shows her husband was Lorenzo Arnold, from Pocahontas Sketches.

More About JAMES BYRD COLSON:
Baptism (LDS): March 7, 1991, AFN:2NFK-C1
Endowment (LDS): April 26, 1991
Sealed to parents (LDS): December 13, 1991

vii. AMANDA F. NOTTINGHAM, b. 1821; m. WELLINGTON SMITH.
3. viii. WILLIAM D. NOTTINGHAM, b. 1823, Lee County, VA..
4. ix. GEORGE HAYNES NOTTINGHAM, b. March 15, 1825, Lee County, VA.; d. April 3, 1901.
x. THOMAS NOTTINGHAM, b. 1827.

Notes for THOMAS NOTTINGHAM:
Date: Resided (according to census records) 1870
Location: USA: VIRGINIA
Media: CD-ROM

This person is listed in the 1870 Virginia census. An extraction*
and index of this census is available on CD-ROM from Heritage Quest,
America's leading genealogical supplier:

The Virginia 1870 Census Index contains over 381,200 entries. It
lists the heads of households for all 1870 counties and cities in
Virginia, plus every male over age 50, every female over age 70, and
all persons with other surnames in the households. Entries include
name, age, sex, race, birthplace, locale, and county, and source
microfilm roll and page numbers. Published. 1989. Maps. 3816p.
ACD-0015 -- CD-ROM -- $39.95

To order this CD-ROM, or for more information, contact:

Web: www.heritagequest.com/genealogy/sierra
Phone: 1-800-658-7755
Fax: 1-801-299-0082

xi. ELIZABETH NOTTINGHAM, b. 1829; m. JAMES COALSON.

Notes for ELIZABETH NOTTINGHAM:
Who knows>>

NAME: Nottingham, Ulysses
DATE: 4/1866
PLACE:
PARENTS: Adison Elizabeth Nottingham

information from FTP://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/WV/Pocahontas/births/bir...

xii. JACOB NOTTINGHAM, b. 1831.

Notes for JACOB NOTTINGHAM:

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Many Jacob Nottingham were listed in the Civil War Muster sheets and I don't know if any apply.

Middle Initial: F. ; Company: H ; Unit: 3 Virginia Infantry. Rank In: Private; Rank Out: Private
National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000382, 0041, 00002485 Fought for: Confederate

Middle Initial: J. ; Company H; Unit: 19 Virginia Cavalry.; Rank In: Private; Rank Out: Private
National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000382, 0041, 00002484

Middle Initial: J. : Company: L; Unit: 14 Virginia Cavalry.; Rank In: Private; Rank Out: Private;
Misc: J. J. Nottingham 17 Va. Cavalry.; National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000382, 0041, 00002483




Generation No. 2

2. LAVINA4 NOTTINGHAM (JAMES O'BRIEN3, WILLIAM2, EDWARD1) was born 1813. She married JOHN DICKERSON.

Children of LAVINA NOTTINGHAM and JOHN DICKERSON are:
i. DANIEL S.5 DICKERSON, b. Aft. 1826.
ii. LIDA DICKERSON, b. Abt. 1843; m. MCGAUHEY; b. Abt. 1843.

3. WILLIAM D.4 NOTTINGHAM (JAMES O'BRIEN3, WILLIAM2, EDWARD1) was born 1823 in Lee County, VA.. He married MINERVA DULANEY September 1, 1846.

Notes for WILLIAM D. NOTTINGHAM:
2/26/99 I found this but I don't know if is the same one.

Middle Initial: D.; Company: H ; Unit: 6 Battalion Virginia Reserves.; Rank In: Private; Rank Out: Private
National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000382, 0041, 00002513 ; Fought for Confederate
Date: Military service approximately 1863
Location: USA
Media: CD-ROM
At least one person with this name is listed in the US Civil War
Muster Rolls Database. For more information concerning this soldier,
refer to the Civil War Muster Rolls Database.
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Date: Resided (according to census records) 1870
Location: USA: VIRGINIA
Media: CD-ROM

This person is listed in the 1870 Virginia census. An extraction* and index of this census is available on CD-ROM from Heritage Quest, America's leading genealogical supplier:

The Virginia 1870 Census Index contains over 381,200 entries. It
lists the heads of households for all 1870 counties and cities in
Virginia, plus every male over age 50, every female over age 70, and
all persons with other surnames in the households. Entries include
name, age, sex, race, birthplace, locale, and county, and source
microfilm roll and page numbers. Published. 1989. Maps. 3816p.
ACD-0015 -- CD-ROM -- $39.95

To order this CD-ROM, or for more information, contact:

Web: www.heritagequest.com/genealogy/sierra
Phone: 1-800-658-7755
Fax: 1-801-299-0082
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9/29/98 I found this information on CD #318 Census data

[Brøderbund Family Archive #318, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected States/Counties, 1860, Date of Import: Sep 27, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.318.1.27161.134]

Individual: Nottingham, William D.
County/State: Scott Co., VA
Location: Estillville P.O.
Page #: 525
Year: 1860


More About WILLIAM D. NOTTINGHAM:
Age Last child: Location: Estillville P.O.1
Age of 1 child: County/State: Scott Co., VA1
Baptism: Page #: 5251
Endowment: Year: 18601

Child of WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM and MINERVA DULANEY is:
i. CAROLINE N.5 NOTTINGHAM, b. 18472.

4. GEORGE HAYNES4 NOTTINGHAM (JAMES O'BRIEN3, WILLIAM2, EDWARD1) was born March 15, 1825 in Lee County, VA., and died April 3, 1901. He married MARTHA A. SLOANE December 25, 1849. She was born April 7, 1831 in VA3, and died December 13, 1926.

Notes for GEORGE HAYNES NOTTINGHAM:
Family Pedigrees: Everton Publishers, 1500-1990 [From my CD #15}
Submitter # : 4619; Submitter Name :DOUGLAS, Betty I; Submitter Address :3108 S SUMMIT BLVD, SAND SPRINGS OK 74063
--------------------SUBMITTED NAMES ----------------------------------------
Given Last Name/Dept Country Year Event SNDX
County State
Samual DOUGLAS TN 1837 Birth D242
William W ECCLES KNOX IN 1858 Death E242
Enoch GREATHOUSE WHITE IL 1822 Birth G632
Robert HILBURN GA 1854 Birth H416
George MINNICK WASHINGTON VA 1841 Birth M520
George H NOTTINGHAM VA 1825 Birth N352
Martha A SLOAN KY 1831 Birth S450
Jacob SMITH IN 1844 Birth S530



More About GEORGE HAYNES NOTTINGHAM:
Census: 1850, Lee Co., VA District 31, Age 26, Line 17
Occupation: 1850, Tanner4

Notes for MARTHA A. SLOANE:
I had Martha Stone as wife

More About MARTHA A. SLOANE:
Ancestral File #: 1BVW-P1X
Submitter (Facts Page): Karen Sue Haley, 50 Victory Way, Indianola PA 15051

Children of GEORGE NOTTINGHAM and MARTHA SLOANE are:
i. CHARLES K.5 NOTTINGHAM, b. July 16, 1851; d. July 28, 1858.
ii. CALADONIA NOTTINGHAM, b. February 8, 1853; d. August 25, 1853.
iii. ELIZABETH FANNIE NOTTINGHAM, b. September 6, 1854; m. GEORGE W. MINNICK, January 11, 1872; b. Abt. 1854.

Notes for ELIZABETH FANNIE NOTTINGHAM:
Message #17 Wednesday, January 12, 2000
Subject: Nottinghams of W.V.; Posted by: Edward Petty ; Message: My GGGrandmother was Elizabeth Fannie Nottingham b 6Sept.1854 in W.V.Married George W. Minnick in 1871 in W.V. Any other info? Thanks,Ed



iv. BURGESS SUSAN JEMIMA NOTTINGHAM, b. November 8, 1856; d. January 31, 1942; m. ROBERT WHITLET ORR, April 22, 1876; b. Abt. 1856.
v. WILLIAM T. NOTTINGHAM, b. December 7, 1858; d. January 10, 1938; m. LUCY JAMISON, Abt. September 1880; b. Abt. 1858.
vi. JAMES B. NOTTINGHAM, b. June 4, 1861; d. March 9, 1947; m. ELLA RUTH HICKS, March 24, 1890; b. Abt. 1861.
vii. MARTHA E. NOTTINGHAM, b. July 23, 1863; d. July 2, 1950.
viii. SAMUEL P. NOTTINGHAM, b. September 5, 1865; d. December 7, 1929; m. FLORA E. BOLTOU, June 25, 1890; b. Abt. 1865.
ix. GEORGE E. B. NOTTINGHAM, b. February 14, 1868; d. December 13, 1947; m. G. ANN HICKMAN, March 14, 1892; b. Abt. 1868.
x. MEARIAN R. NOTTINGHAM, b. December 17, 1870; d. January 12, 1902.
xi. AMELIA NOTTINGHAM, b. August 9, 1873; d. December 21, 1957; m. W. QUILLAN, November 30, 1893; b. Abt. 1873.
xii. ROBERT W. NOTTINGHAM, b. November 6, 1877; d. December 27, 1969; m. DORA J. KING, January 4, 1905; b. Abt. 1877.


Endnotes

1. Brøderbund Software, Inc., Family Archive #318, Census Index: U.S. Selected States/Counties, 1860, (Release date: November 11,1995), "CD-ROM," Internal Ref. #1.318.1.27161.134.
2. 1850 Census, Lee Co. Roll 955, Page 303,, Caroline N. Nottingham listed as 3 years old,.
3. 1850 Census, Lee Co. Roll 955, Page 303, Line 17 Shows George Nottingham, below him is Martha. Below Martha is Will D. and Minerva, Caroline N, and a Sarah Smith aged 60.
4. 1850 Census, Lee Co. Roll 955, Page 303, Line 23.

Nottingham's of West Virginia

Marlene Nottingham-Mays (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jan 2000 2:28AM GMT
My family was originally from England, my grandparents are Charley Ferrell and Barbara
Jean; my great-grandparents were Charley Alan
and Vera Susan they are all from Strange Creek, WVA. If we are some how related please reply. Thanks.

Family in West Virginia

Posted: 26 Jan 2000 12:24AM GMT
Edited: 7 Apr 2003 10:01AM GMT
Hi you can e-mail me back but all of my relatives are in WV. My aunt lives in strange creek. Perhaps I could give you info.
Danny

FAMILY IN WEST VIRGINIA

MARLENE NOTTINGHAM (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jan 2000 11:57AM GMT
HI DANNY, I WAS WONDERING WHAT YOUR AUNT'S NAME WAS WHO LIVES IN STRANGE CREEK? MY GRANDFATHER LIVES IN STRANGE CREEK HIS NAME IS CHARLEY FERRELL NOTTINGHAM, I WAS ACTUALLY LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER AND GREAT GRANDMOTHER, THEIR NAMES ARE CHARLEY ALLEN NOTTINGHAM AND VERA SUSAN JOHNSON(NOTTINGHAM). THE ONLY THING I NEED ON CHARLEY ALLEN IS WHEN AND WHERE HE WAS BORN AND WHEN AND WHERE HE DIED? ON VERA I NEEDED INFORMATION ABOUT HER PARENTS, THEIR NAMES WERE ELI JOHNSON AND ANNIE BELLE ROSE(JOHNSON), LIKE WHEN AND WHERE THEY WERE BORN AND WHEN AND WHERE THEY DIED?
MY OTHER RELATIVES THAT LIVE IN STRANGE CREEK ARE MY GRANDFATHERS BROTHERS AND SISTERS, MAYBE ONE OF THESE ARE YOUR AUNT AND SHE'LL HAVE THE INFOR I NEED:
FRED NOTTINGHAM(MAXINE IS HIS WIFE)
BRANTY NOTTINGHAM
BRETHIE SIRK(NOTTINGHAM)
MABLE NOTTINGHAM
DANA NOTTINGHAM
MAY NOTTINGHAM
ANY OF THESE SOUND FAMILIAR?
PLEASE RESPOND AS SOON AS YOU GET TIME.
HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON, MAYBE WITH SOME GOOD NEWS!!
MARLENE
Posted: 28 Jan 2000 12:53AM GMT
Edited: 7 Apr 2003 10:01AM GMT
i have some news on your great grand father so e-mail me so i can fill you in thanks

sorry forgot to put my e-mail

Posted: 28 Jan 2000 12:56AM GMT
Edited: 7 Apr 2003 10:01AM GMT

Family in West Virginia

Posted: 3 Feb 2000 7:37AM GMT
Edited: 9 Jul 2001 3:37AM GMT
Is this the family information you are looking for? I am at Merne@aol.com

Descendants of William Floyd Nottingham

1 [1] William Floyd Nottingham b: September 10, 1861 in Strange Creek, Braxton Co., VA d: December 10, 1932
. +Madora A. Talbert b: Bef. 1876 m: September 5, 1889
*2nd Wife of [1] William Floyd Nottingham:
. +Ella Tanner b: February 7, 1889 in Clay Co., WV m: Bef. 1906 d: September 29, 1969 in Parkersburg, Wood Co., WV Father: James Tanner Mother: Mary Susan Jarvis
2 Jink Nottingham b: Bet. 1906 - 1907 d: 1971 in Kanawha Co., WV Burial: St. Albens, Kanawha, WV
2 Tudie Nottingham b: October 2, 1908 d: June 3, 1913
2 [2] Romie Nottingham aka: Romeo Nottingham b: January 11, 1911
.... +Cornelia Agness Nottingham b: September 10, 1906 in Clay County, WV Father: John Elliot Nottingham Mother: Lydia Ferrell Hamrick
*2nd Wife of [2] Romie Nottingham:
.... +Cornelia Agnes Nottingham
2 Roy J. Nottingham b: June 2, 1913 d: February 10, 1948
2 Spencer Nottingham b: Abt. 1914
2 Charlie Allen Nottingham b: Abt. 1916
.... +Vera Susan Johnson Father: Eli Johnson Mother: Annie Belle Rose
... 3 Ethel May Nottingham b: Aft. 1929
....... +John Turner b: Aft. 1929
2 James Gay Nottingham b: July 18, 1916
2 Harry Nottingham b: Abt. 1917 d: 1965
2 Ray J. Nottingham b: June 6, 1920
2 Hallie Nottingham b: Aft. 1921
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