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Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Posted: 1 Nov 2003 2:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Jun 2004 4:08PM GMT
Surnames: Brooks, Jones, Stokely, Hayes
Need Brooks info on my family. All I have on them is below.

Descendants of Warren Brooks

Generation No. 1

1. Warren1 Brooks was born Abt. 1812 in ,,SC, and died Aft. 1850. He married Sarah Stokely Abt. 1833 in Del Rio, Cocke, TN, daughter of David Stokely and Jane Huff. She was born April 11, 1813 in Del Rio, Cocke, TN.

Children of Warren Brooks and Sarah Stokely are:
i. ROYAL2 BROOKS, b. Abt. 1834, ,,TN.
2. ii. MARIAH JANE BROOKS, b. February 13, 1836, ,,Tennessee; d. June 12, 1900, Cove, Union, Oregon.
iii. NATHAN BROOKS, b. 1838, ,,TN.
iv. SUSAN BROOKS, b. Abt. 1839, ,,TN.
v. STEPHEN BROOKS, b. Abt. 1841, ,,TN.
vi. DAVID BROOKS, b. Abt. 1844, ,,TN.
vii. RHODA BROOKS, b. Abt. 1846, ,,TN.
viii. SARAH BROOKS, b. Abt. 1849, ,,TN.


Generation No. 2

2. Mariah Jane2 Brooks (Warren1) was born February 13, 1836 in ,,Tennessee, and died June 12, 1900 in Cove, Union, Oregon. She married Thomas Jones, son of Russell Jones and Sarah Hayes. He was born September 12, 1827 in Del Rio, Cocke Co, Tennessee, and died February 22, 1909 in Union, Union, Oregon.

Children of Mariah Brooks and Thomas Jones are:
3. i. SARAH EVALINE3 JONES, b. December 1, 1854, Del Rio, Cocke Co, Tennessee; d. February 13, 1935, Newark, NJ.
4. ii. SUSAN FRANCES JONES, b. June 8, 1857, Del Rio, Cocke Co, Tenn; d. May 20, 1944, Portland, Multnomah, OR.
iii. NATHAN R. JONES, b. January 19, 1859, ,Washington, Arkansas; d. October 4, 1861.
5. iv. RUE EMMA JANE JONES, b. September 25, 1861, ,Benton, Arkansas; d. May 22, 1939, Portland, Multnomah, OR.
6. v. JOHN THOMAS JONES, b. February 10, 1865, Cove, Union, Oregon; d. June 23, 1910, ,Union Co, OR.
7. vi. ROYAL DAVID JONES, b. February 3, 1868, Cove, Union, Oregon; d. August 30, 1932, Hot Lake, Union, OR.
8. vii. MARY VELINA JONES, b. February 22, 1872, Cove, Union Co., Oregon; d. June 23, 1943, Cove, Union Co., Oregon.

Re: Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Posted: 5 May 2004 5:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Nov 2004 12:28AM GMT
Surnames: Wood, Roluf, Stokely, Jennings
My grandmother was Allie Stokely. Her fahter's name was possibly Hugh.

Could David be a bro of Hugh?

My sister is named after a Sara Jane in the family, but not sure what relationship

Re: Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Posted: 9 Nov 2004 3:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Brooks, Morgan, Stokely
My great grand mother was Willie Sue Brooks b. 10-27-1892 in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Her parents were W. D. (William D. ) Brooks b. 1-2-1867 Tennessee and Sue Ella Morgan. His parents were Nathan Brooks b. abt 1837 Tennessee and Sarah b. abt 1846 Tennessee. Their children were: Mary J., William D., Charles Warren, Lucy E., Stephen, Ellen, Stokely, and Burnett Brooks. I wonder If Nathan, is Warren and Sarah's son.
I hope this helps,
Jody

Re: Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Posted: 10 Nov 2004 2:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Dec 2004 2:15PM GMT
Surnames: Brooks, Stokely
Jody,
Thanks for the info. The names certainly fit with other family members: Nathan, Warren, Stokely, & Burnett. Could you tell me where in TN these people were? Could they have been around Cocke Co, TN? I have a book with many Brooks names. If I had more data, I might be able to make a link. Thanks.

Re: Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Posted: 10 Nov 2004 4:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Brooks, Morgan, Smith, Stone
Nathan and Sarah Brooks are located in the 1870 census in: District 23,Lincoln, Tennessee. In the 1880 census Nathan'a information states b. abt 1838 in Tennessee, that he is a laborer on a farm, District 25, Lincoln, Tennessee, His father's birthplace is: NC, and his mother's birth place is: TN.

They birth dates on their kids, except for W.D., is all from the census information. Mary J. b. abt 1865, W.D. b. 1-2-1867, Charles Warren b. abt 1869, Lucy E. b. 1871, Stephen b. abt 1873, Ellen b. abt 1875, Stokely b. abt 1877, Burnett b, abt 1800.

My Grt Grandma's mom died when she was 7 months old and she was raised by her grand parents till she was 17. All my information comes from a paper trail given to me by my great Aunt Louise.

W. D. Brooks married Sue Ella Morgan in Lincoln County, Tennessee on 11-21-1888.

Sue Ella Morgan's Parents were: John J. Morgan and Sarah Leftwich Stone.

William D. and Sue Ellan had three daughters:
Lallie Brooks b. 9-7-1889
Mable Brooks b. 7-28-1891
Willie Sue Brooks b. 10-27-1892

Sue Ella died 7-2-1893


W.D. Brooks then married Martha Smith abt 1895 in Texas.
In the 1900 Cenus William Brooks is living in Justice Precinct 3, Fannin,Texas. His brother Burnett is also living with him.

They eventually have 8 children: Thomas Nathan Brooks b. 11-5-1896, Dorsey David Brooks b. 12-22-1897, Andrew Pressly Brooks b. 8-12-1899, Joseph "Joe" Thompson Brooks b. 8-15-1900, Houston Stokely Brooks b. 1-14-1902,
Lloyd Messick Brooks b. 8-8-1904, William "Marion" Brooks b. 3-3-1906, Mary Elizabeth Brooks b. 3-3-1906 d. 6-4-1906.

I have their spouses names for W.D.'s children if you are interested.

I don't know if that is what you are looking for.
Jody

Re: Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

Posted: 11 Nov 2004 2:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Dec 2004 2:15PM GMT
Surnames: Brooks, Stokely, Jones
Hi. I just found that I already had Nathan & Sarah Brooks in my database, and, with the information you gave me, I now know Nathan was my ancestor's brother. Nathan's parents were Warren & Sarah Stokely Brooks from Del Rio, Cocke, TN. Nathan's sister was Mariah Jane Brooks who married Thomas Jones. They left Cocke Co, TN for Oregon in 1864. I lived in Cove, Union, OR where they settled and am 5th generation Oregonian from that town. Thanks. I have lots of new Brooks data.

Re: Warren Brooks & Sarah Stokely Brooks

LaMarr Brooks (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2006 2:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Brooks, Pulliam, Stokely
Hello to all these Cocke County, TN Brooks. Hope you get this reply. There is DNA matching going on for your Brooks. We have been matched to your Cocke County, TN Brooks and I have collected a great deal of information on them but still have not found the common ancestor. Ours are also Warren Brooks and we have used the Lucy E. and the Mariah and Jane-but we know where they came from. Right now we are looking at a Mathew Brooks from Newberry, SC as a possible common ancestory. He had a Warren Brooks, but he also had a son, Thomas Brooks that had a Warren Brooks-that one would be the one closer to the date yours was born. The marriages of 2 daughters of a Thomas Warren were to a total of 3 Brooks. I will include one of those here:

Descendants of William Brooks


Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM3 BROOKS (BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born in England. He married SARA WARREN 1701 in Christchurch Parish, VA.

Notes for WILLIAM BROOKS:
On Nov. 2, 1756 William bought 141 acres from his uncle Thomas and wife Rachel.

Child of WILLIAM BROOKS and SARA WARREN is:
2. i. JACOB4 BROOKS, SR., b. November 21, 1702, Middlesex County, VA; d. 1774, Craven County, SC.


Generation No. 2

2. JACOB4 BROOKS, SR. (WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born November 21, 1702 in Middlesex County, VA, and died 1774 in Craven County, SC. He married (1) ROSANNA CROSANNA WARREN in Edgefield County, SC, daughter of THOMAS WARREN and MARY HACKLEY. She was born 1711 in Spotslyvania County, VA, and died December 1774. He married (2) ELIZABETH WARREN, daughter of THOMAS WARREN and MARY HACKLEY. She was born 1715 in Essex County, VA, and died Bet. 1759 - 1760 in Winchester, Frederick County, VA.

Notes for JACOB BROOKS, SR.:
Jacob Brooks married Elizabeth Warren in circa 1724, his second marriage was to Rosanna J. Warren and his third marriage was to Rosanne Shepard in Frederick, Virginia.

Jacob Brooks, son of William, married a Mrs. Spephard and raised a large family from who descend Lewises, Wests, Downes, Sextons, Andrson, Hogdes,
In 1752 he sold 62 acres of lnad on west side of Shenandoah River and south of Opekan River, Rosanna signed dower rights.
Note: Richard & Charity Grubb Beeson woned land on the tuscarora Branch of this river. It is problale the Brooks in Beeson are related to this family.
Jacob and Rosanna Brooks moved in 172 from Frederick County, VA to Earl of Granville Dist., Orange County, NC. 1758 to SC. In 1758 received Royal Grant from GEorge II of England of 500 acres on Bush Creek, Berkeley County, Province of SC. He deeded this land to his son Jacob in 1768. He was Road Commissioner in VA and road overseer and justice of Peace in NC

More About JACOB BROOKS, SR.:
Baptism: November 21, 1702, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, VA

Notes for ROSANNA CROSANNA WARREN:
One source says this was Rosanna J. Shepherd (a widow)


Children of JACOB BROOKS and ROSANNA WARREN are:
3. i. PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, b. October 16, 1725, VA of Penns; d. Randolph County, NC.
4. ii. JACOB BROOKS, JR., b. 1730; d. 1787, Edgefield County, SC.
5. iii. JOHN BROOKS, b. Abt. 1739; d. 1782, Wilkes County, GA.
iv. EMILLY (MILLY) BROOKS, m. WILLIAM BAYLEY GARRY.
v. AGATHA BROOKS.
vi. STEPHEN BROOKS.


Generation No. 3

3. PRISCILLA5 BROOKS (JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born October 16, 1725 in VA of Penns, and died in Randolph County, NC. She married JOHN LEWIS, SR. 1745 in Frederick County, VA, son of DAVID LEWIS and MARY CRAWFORD. He was born Abt. 1720 in Orange County, VA, and died June 10, 1802 in Randolph County, NC.

Children of PRISCILLA BROOKS and JOHN LEWIS are:
6. i. DAVID6 LEWIS, b. March 21, 1746/47, Guilford, Guilford, NC; d. June 23, 1822, Anderson County, SC buried @ Old Stone Church, Clemson, SC.
ii. ROSANNA LEWIS, b. July 05, 1752, Rowan County, NC; m. WEST.
iii. JEAN LEWIS, b. July 15, 1755, Rowan County, NC; d. 1825; m. JOHN CAMPBELL.
iv. STEPHEN LEWIS, b. May 04, 1757, Rowan County, NC; d. 1792; m. SUSANNA.
v. RICHARD LEWIS, b. July 22, 1759, Rowan County, NC; m. LYDIA FIELDS.
7. vi. JOHN LEWIS, b. January 15, 1763, Rowan County, NC; d. April 05, 1848, Wayne County, IN buried @ Lewis Cem, Wayne Co., IN.
vii. SARAH LEWIS, b. March 09, 1765, Rowan County, NC; d. 1780; m. ISAIAH RUCKMAN.


4. JACOB5 BROOKS, JR. (JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born 1730, and died 1787 in Edgefield County, SC. He married MARY.

Notes for JACOB BROOKS, JR.:
When Jacob Sr. stopped in Orange County, NC, jacob, Jr. must have gone on to SC with some of the relatives. There is never any record of him as Jacob, Jr. in NC. He is first found in SC in 1760.

Commanded Rhall's Fort on Santee Branch Waters in Berkeley County, SC which he sold to THOMAS BROOKS. He was a revolutionary War soldier and was granted 287 acres of lnad in GA for this service.


Notes for MARY:
After Mary married Vachel Clary they and some of the Brooks children moved to Blunt County, ALA. Mary and Vachel had a son who was drowned before he was 21 years old in route to SC to visit his cousin and sweetheart, Ms. Drusilla Taylor.

Children of JACOB BROOKS and MARY are:
8. i. WILLIAM6 BROOKS, SR., b. 1764, SC; d. Aft. 1850, Blount County, ALA.
9. ii. MARY BROOKS, b. July 17, 1777; d. September 03, 1835.
10. iii. JOHN BROOKS, b. 1783; d. Bef. 1826.
11. iv. JACOB WARREN BROOKS, SR., b. June 23, 1786, SC; d. March 1876, Blount County, ALA.
12. v. ELIZABETH BROOKS.
vi. CHARLES BROOKS.


5. JOHN5 BROOKS (JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born Abt. 1739, and died 1782 in Wilkes County, GA.

Notes for JOHN BROOKS:
Will dated 1784 in Wilkes County, GA

Children of JOHN BROOKS are:
i. STEPHEN6 BROOKS.
ii. ROGER BROOKS.


Generation No. 4

6. DAVID6 LEWIS (PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born March 21, 1746/47 in Guilford, Guilford, NC, and died June 23, 1822 in Anderson County, SC buried @ Old Stone Church, Clemson, SC. He married (1) PENELOPY. She was born 1792 in Pendleton, Anderson County, SC. He married (2) ANN BEESON January 30, 1768 in New Garden, Guilford County, NC, daughter of BENJAMIN BEESON and ELIZABETH HUNTER. She was born May 30, 1749 in Hopewell, Frederick County, VA, and died December 07, 1812 in Pendleton District, now Anderson County, SC.

Children of DAVID LEWIS and PENELOPY are:
i. DAVID7 LEWIS, b. January 24, 1814, Anderson County, SC.
ii. ROSANNA LEWIS, b. October 26, 1815, Anderson County, SC.


Children of DAVID LEWIS and ANN BEESON are:
iii. ISAIAH7 LEWIS, b. September 03, 1769, Guilford County, NC; d. January 25, 1837, Terre Haute, IN; m. NANCY JULIAN.
iv. PRISCILLA LEWIS, b. September 04, 1770, Guilford County, NC; m. THOMAS FIELD.
13. v. JACOB LEWIS, b. January 14, 1772, Guilford County, NC; d. August 04, 1857, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Lewis Family Cem., Pickens Co., SC.
vi. ABNER LEWIS, b. September 22, 1775, Guilford County, NC.
14. vii. NERIAH FREDRICK LEWIS, b. June 25, 1778, Guilford County, NC; d. November 27, 1843, Macoupin County, IL.
viii. BENJAMIN LEWIS, b. May 26, 1781, Guilford County, NC.
15. ix. ELIZABETH LEWIS, b. September 21, 1783, Randolph County, NC; d. October 04, 1840, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC.
x. COSBY LEWIS, b. July 17, 1785, Guilford County, NC; m. JOHN WOODALL.
xi. TARLETON LEWIS, b. August 11, 1787, Guilford County, NC; d. Cass County, GA.
xii. HANNAH LEWIS, b. October 02, 1789, Guilford County, NC; d. October 19, 1865; m. (1) EZEKIEL HARLEN, 1804; m. (2) SILAS PERRY, 1821.
xiii. PETER LEWIS, b. 1788, Guilford County, NC.


7. JOHN6 LEWIS (PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born January 15, 1763 in Rowan County, NC, and died April 05, 1848 in Wayne County, IN buried @ Lewis Cem, Wayne Co., IN. He married SARA RUCKMAN March 15, 1781 in Guilford County, NC. She was born March 23, 1761 in PA, and died September 20, 1847 in Wayne County, IN buried @ Lewis Cem, Wayne Co., IN.

Children of JOHN LEWIS and SARA RUCKMAN are:
i. HANNAH7 LEWIS, b. January 18, 1782, NC; d. October 19, 1865; m. THOMAS LAMB.
ii. RICHARD W. LEWIS, b. August 06, 1784, NC; d. November 26, 1819; m. LAVINA HALL.
iii. SARAH LEWIS, b. July 19, 1787, NC; d. November 1842; m. OBADIAH HARRIS.
iv. ISAIAH LEWIS, b. December 26, 1789, NC; d. 1789.
v. JOHN LEWIS, b. January 06, 1792, NC; d. 1792.
vi. JOSEPH LEWIS, b. February 06, 1794, NC; d. March 04, 1883; m. MARTHA BOYD.
vii. NAOMI LEWIS, b. 1796, NC; d. May 14, 1870, Wayne County, IN buried @ Williamsburg Cem., Wayne Co., IN.
viii. MARTHA LEWIS, b. January 12, 1799, NC; d. May 17, 1827; m. SAMUEL K. BOYD.
ix. PRISCILLA LEWIS, b. July 31, 1801, NC; m. DAVID MARTINDALE.
x. LANSON LEWIS, b. October 31, 1805, NC; d. March 04, 1806.
xi. ALLEN WEST LEWIS, b. June 14, 1809, NC; d. February 13, 1895; m. LUCY T. HOLLINGSWORTH.


8. WILLIAM6 BROOKS, SR. (JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born 1764 in SC, and died Aft. 1850 in Blount County, ALA. He married NANCY HUDGINS 1850 in Pendleton Dist., SC, daughter of HUDGINS and ELEANOR CANNON.

Notes for WILLIAM BROOKS, SR.:
In Mary Gordon Duffe's " Sketches of ALA." which ran in an ALA newspaper some years ago (may have been Montgomery or Birmingham paper) number 34 has this to say: " In the year 1819 (she is too late on her date-it was about 1816-M. A. L.) a worthy Joseph Hickamn and his wife Martha.. in company with William Brooks and family, William Pullen ***counld this have been PULLIAM*****, jr., and family and Jong Brown and family emigrated from Pendleton Dist., SC.

William and his wife, Nancy, with most of thier childern went to ALA. about 1816, when the almost whoesale migration of the entire Brooks connection took place.

Notes for NANCY HUDGINS:
Stepdaughter of Maj. Samuel Taylor

Children of WILLIAM BROOKS and NANCY HUDGINS are:
16. i. JACOB WARREN7 BROOKS, b. 1800; d. Jefferson County, ALA.
ii. ELEANOR BROOKS, b. March 13, 1784, Pendleton Dist., SC; d. January 07, 1837, Sumter County, ALA; m. JESSE HAMILTON POSEY, 1802, Pendleton Dist., SC.
17. iii. SARAH BROOKS, b. March 06, 1788, Pendleton Dist., SC; d. 1865, Pontotoc County, Miss.
iv. MARGARET HODGES BROOKS, b. 1790, SC; d. 1849, Brownsboro, Henderson County, TX; m. JOHN (RED) BROWN, JUDGE, SC.
v. MATILDA BROOKS, b. 1792; m. GERSHAM KELLY, GA; d. 1838, Jefferson County, ALA.
18. vi. NANCY BROOKS.
vii. DRUSILLA T. BROOKS, m. GIBSON W. MURRAY, December 03, 1822, Jefferson County, TX.

Notes for GIBSON W. MURRAY:
Gone to Texas

viii. BAYLIS EARLE BROOKS.
ix. JOSEPH TAYLOR BROOKS.
19. x. WILLIAM BROOKS, JR., b. 1807, SC; d. Mobil, ALA.


9. MARY6 BROOKS (JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born July 17, 1777, and died September 03, 1835. She married WILLIAM YARBOROUGH 1787. He was born October 17, 1769, and died September 1835.

Children of MARY BROOKS and WILLIAM YARBOROUGH are:
i. MARY7 YARBOROUGH, b. April 12, 1812; d. July 23, 1893; m. NICHOLAS MILLER, COL..
ii. ELIZABETH YARBOROUGH.
iii. FRANCES (FANNY) YARBOROUGH.
iv. DRISILLA (DILLY) YARBOROUGH.
v. SARAH YARBOROUGH.
vi. LITTLETON YARBOROUGH, DR..
vii. JOHN YARBOROUGH.
viii. WILLIAM YARBOROUGH, JR..


10. JOHN6 BROOKS (JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born 1783, and died Bef. 1826. He married SARAH READE GLENN. She died 1826.

Notes for JOHN BROOKS:
Went to ALA about 1816 with brothers and sisters.

1810 Census Abbeville District, SC shows;
John Brooks males (10-16) 2
males (16-26) 1
males (26-45) 1
females (10-16) 2
females (26-45) 1


Notes for SARAH READE GLENN:
Abbeviile District Will
Feb. 20, 1826


Child of JOHN BROOKS and SARAH GLENN is:
20. i. SARAH AMANDA7 BROOKS, b. July 05, 1809; d. March 30, 1843.


11. JACOB WARREN6 BROOKS, SR. (JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born June 23, 1786 in SC, and died March 1876 in Blount County, ALA. He married ELIZABETH PURDY 1806 in Abbeville District, SC, daughter of HENRY PURDY and NANCY RITCHIE. She was born November 07, 1788.

Notes for JACOB WARREN BROOKS, SR.:
Will in Edgefield District, SC., Jacob Warren Brooks, Sr. was an infant and John Brooks, his brother, was made his gaurdian.

Children of JACOB BROOKS and ELIZABETH PURDY are:
i. ASMA BETH7 BROOKS, m. CYNTHIA CAIN, Blount County, ALA.

Notes for ASMA BETH BROOKS:
Went to Tenn.

21. ii. HENRY WARREN BROOKS, d. 1846, Blount County, ALA.
iii. SALLY BROOKS, m. LUDLOW NIXON; d. Bastrop County, TX.
iv. LOUISA DAVIDSON BROOKS, b. June 13, 1807; d. November 07, 1885, Mena, ARK; m. THOMAS H. HARRIS.
v. MARY ANN BROOKS, b. 1809, Abbeville District, SC; m. GILES JONES, July 06, 1826, Blount County, ALA; b. Walker County, ALA.
vi. NANCY SOPHRONIA BROOKS, b. May 06, 1813, Abbeville District, SC; d. April 19, 1899, Lawerence County, ALA; m. WILLIAM ALLDREDGE, DR., January 24, 1828, Blount County, ALA.
vii. JACOB CHARLES BROOKS, b. 1816, Abbeville District, SC; d. January 1860, Marion County, ALA; m. (1) REBECCA BYNUM, June 11, 1837, Blount County, ALA; d. July 07, 1845, Blount County, ALA; m. (2) JANE WILSON, 1847, Blount County, ALA.
viii. WILLIAM BLUFORD BROOKS, b. 1823, Blount County, ALA; d. July 29, 1885; m. NANCY ANN ANDERSON, January 06, 1844.
ix. JANE BROOKS, b. 1825, Blount County, ALA; m. STEVE BYNUM, December 21, 1843, Blount County, ALA.

Notes for JANE BROOKS:
Went to Tenn. after 1850

x. JASPER BROOKS, b. 1828, Blount County, ALA; m. MARY MORTON; d. TX.
xi. LUCINDA BROOKS, b. 1834, Blount County, ALA; m. (1) TOM ALLRED; m. (2) THORNHILL.
xii. JACOB WARREN BROOKS, JR..


12. ELIZABETH6 BROOKS (JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) She married JEREMIAH STROTHER.

Notes for JEREMIAH STROTHER:
Went to ALA with other family members in 1816

Children of ELIZABETH BROOKS and JEREMIAH STROTHER are:
i. WILLIAM7 STROTHER.
ii. JEREMIAH STROTHER, JR..

Notes for JEREMIAH STROTHER, JR.:
Found dead about 1850 at the back of his garden. Whey were supposed to have lived in Sumter County, ALA but fires there and in several adjacent counties prevent records from bing found.

iii. EDNA STROTHER, m. TUSTEN.


Generation No. 5

13. JACOB7 LEWIS (DAVID6, PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born January 14, 1772 in Guilford County, NC, and died August 04, 1857 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Lewis Family Cem., Pickens Co., SC. He married ALCY LEONARD February 22, 1792 in Guilford County, NC. She was born October 11, 1771 in Guilford County, NC, and died October 14, 1857 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Lewis Family Cem., Pickens Co., SC.

Notes for JACOB LEWIS:
Baptist Minister
1858 Will, Pickens County, SC


Children of JACOB LEWIS and ALCY LEONARD are:
i. ABSALOM8 LEWIS.
ii. DAVID LEWIS, b. January 10, 1793, Randolph County, NC; d. 1865, Cass County, GA; m. NANCY WILLIAMS.
iii. JOSEPH LEWIS, b. November 17, 1794.
iv. ABNER LEWIS, b. February 08, 1797, Randolph County, NC; d. September 24, 1885, Sonora, Gordon County, GA.
v. MARY LEWIS, b. May 20, 1799, Randolph County, NC; m. RICHARD BAKER.
22. vi. JOAB LEWIS, b. January 22, 1801, Randolph County, NC; d. March 12, 1881, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Old Pickens Presby Cem, Pickens County, SC.
vii. ANN BEESON LEWIS, b. December 13, 1803, Randolph County, NC; d. 1891, Gordon County, GA; m. WILLIAM ALEXANDER; b. 1794, NC.
viii. ELIZABETH LEWIS, b. September 07, 1805, Pendleton District, now Anderson County, SC; d. July 07, 1884, Oconee County, SC.
ix. JAMES E. LEWIS, b. January 26, 1807, Pickens County, SC; d. March 26, 1883, Pickens County, SC.
x. CATHERINE LEWIS, b. October 07, 1810, Pickens County, SC; d. February 14, 1894, Collins County, TX.
xi. JACOB LEWIS, b. April 20, 1813, SC; d. April 06, 1883, Pickens County, SC.


14. NERIAH FREDRICK7 LEWIS (DAVID6, PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born June 25, 1778 in Guilford County, NC, and died November 27, 1843 in Macoupin County, IL. He married MARY MOSS March 04, 1800. She was born October 29, 1775 in Rochester, GA, and died 1844 in Macoupin County, IL.

Children of NERIAH LEWIS and MARY MOSS are:
i. ANN8 LEWIS, b. December 21, 1800, Anderson County, SC; d. 1876.
ii. MARTHA LEWIS, b. March 06, 1802, Anderson County, SC; d. May 03, 1842.
iii. BENJAMIN LEWIS, b. April 20, 1803, Anderson County, SC; d. October 30, 1838, Haun's Mill, Caldwell County, MO.
iv. TARLTON LEWIS, b. May 18, 1805, Pendleton District, now Anderson County, SC; d. March 1891.
v. BEESON LEWIS, b. February 23, 1809, Pendleton District, now Anderson County, SC; d. January 22, 1888, Richmond, Cache County, UT.
vi. SAMUEL LEWIS, b. November 10, 1810, Franklin, Simpson County, KY; d. 1882.
vii. ELIZABETH LEWIS, b. June 25, 1812, Franklin, Simpson County, KY; d. November 05, 1843.
viii. DAVID LEWIS, b. April 10, 1814, Franklin, Simpson County, KY; d. July 22, 1890, Richmond, Cache County, UT.
ix. NERIAH LEWIS, b. April 29, 1816, Franklin, Simpson County, KY; d. July 22, 1890, Richmond, Cache County, UT.
x. HYRUM LEWIS, b. February 11, 1818, Franklin, Simpson County, KY; d. February 11, 1858; m. (1) CECILIA HARRIS; m. (2) CELIA HARRIT, December 03, 1838.
xi. MARY M. LEWIS, b. November 25, 1820, Franklin, Simpson County, KY; d. 1888; m. J. BLACKBURN.


15. ELIZABETH7 LEWIS (DAVID6, PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born September 21, 1783 in Randolph County, NC, and died October 04, 1840 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC. She married MICAJAH ALEXANDER 1802, son of DANIEL ALEXANDER and MARY. He was born May 08, 1778 in VA, and died December 27, 1877 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC.

Children of ELIZABETH LEWIS and MICAJAH ALEXANDER are:
i. DANIEL D.8 ALEXANDER, b. August 29, 1803, SC; d. November 10, 1853, SC.
ii. ANNA ALEXANDER, b. 1807; m. JEREMIAH ROBERTS; b. 1807.
iii. DAVID ALEXANDER, b. 1808, Pendleton District, SC; d. 1859, Harrison County, TX.
iv. MARY ALEXANDER, b. 1809.
v. MELVINA ALEXANDER, b. 1810; d. October 09, 1865, Greenville County, SC.
vi. JOHN BABTIST ALEXANDER, b. 1811, Pickens County, SC; d. November 1887.
vii. ELISHA ALEXANDER, b. 1814, SC; d. 1878.
viii. ELIZABETH ALEXANDER, b. 1820, Pickens County, SC; d. June 20, 1891, Pickens County, SC.
23. ix. MALINDA (MILLIE) ALEXANDER, b. January 07, 1823, Pickens County, SC; d. March 10, 1910, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Antioch Baptist Church, Pickens Co., SC.
x. MICAJAH ALEXANDER, b. 1824; d. August 1863.
24. xi. ELIZA LOUISA ALEXANDER, b. March 18, 1827, Pickens County, SC; d. October 19, 1912, Little Eastatoe, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC.


16. JACOB WARREN7 BROOKS (WILLIAM6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born 1800, and died in Jefferson County, ALA. He married CATHERINE LACEY July 27, 1820 in Jefferson County, ALA.

Notes for JACOB WARREN BROOKS:
1830 Census of Jefferson County, ALA

Child of JACOB BROOKS and CATHERINE LACEY is:
i. ELIZA8 BROOKS, b. 1822; m. (1) LEWIS STONE, COL.; b. Pickens County, ALA; m. (2) GERSHAM KELLY; d. 1838, Jefferson County, ALA.


17. SARAH7 BROOKS (WILLIAM6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born March 06, 1788 in Pendleton Dist., SC, and died 1865 in Pontotoc County, Miss. She married THOMAS SHEARER, DR. 1807 in Pendleton Dist., SC. He was born November 17, 1782, and died 1854 in Pontotoc County, Miss.

Children of SARAH BROOKS and THOMAS SHEARER are:
i. WARREN WALDO8 SHEARER, b. May 17, 1809.
ii. OLIVER VASSAR SHEARER, b. September 08, 1810.
iii. JOSEPH BERRY SHEARER, b. June 20, 1812.
iv. THOMAS BROWN SHEARER, b. February 19, 1814.
v. WILLIAM BECK SHEARER, b. May 05, 1818.
vi. MARTHA BEAL SHEARER, b. October 25, 1819.


18. NANCY7 BROOKS (WILLIAM6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) She married WILLIAM PULLIAM, JR., son of WILLIAM PULLIAM, SR..

Children of NANCY BROOKS and WILLIAM PULLIAM are:
i. MILTON8 PULLIAM.
ii. JACOB PULLIAM.
iii. HAMPTON PULLIAM, m. MUSGROVE.
iv. CLARA PULLIAM.


19. WILLIAM7 BROOKS, JR. (WILLIAM6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born 1807 in SC, and died in Mobil, ALA. He married CATHERINE ROSE IOOR July 09, 1833 in Greenville Dist., SC, daughter of DR. IOOR.

Children of WILLIAM BROOKS and CATHERINE IOOR are:
i. LOUISA8 BROOKS, b. 1834, ALA; m. EDGAR M. SANGER, 1852.
ii. MARY BROOKS, b. 1839, ALA.
iii. ELIZABETH BRADWELL BROOKS, b. 1841, ALA.
iv. WILLIAM IOOR BROOKS, b. 1844, ALA.


20. SARAH AMANDA7 BROOKS (JOHN6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born July 05, 1809, and died March 30, 1843. She married JOHN FRASER LIVINGSTON, DR., son of BRUCE LIVINGSTON and JANE MCELVOY. He was born December 02, 1803 in Abbeville Dist., SC, and died October 29, 1867.

Children of SARAH BROOKS and JOHN LIVINGSTON are:
i. DONALD FRASER8 LIVINGSTON, b. January 07, 1828; d. May 20, 1904.
ii. JOHN FRASER LIVINGSTON, JR., b. April 20, 1830; d. May 20, 1904; m. MARGERT FRANCES MCCOW, January 13, 1858; b. May 17, 1840; d. December 24, 1925.
25. iii. JAMES WILLIAM LIVINGSTON, CAPT., b. August 12, 1832; d. August 25, 1886.
iv. SARAH MARGARET LIVINGSTON, b. February 17, 1835.
v. MARY JANE LIVINGSTON, b. February 17, 1835.
26. vi. ELIZA LUCRETIA LIVINGSTON, b. April 26, 1837; d. July 24, 1912.


21. HENRY WARREN7 BROOKS (JACOB WARREN6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) died 1846 in Blount County, ALA. He married RACHEL SHAMBLEY.

Children of HENRY BROOKS and RACHEL SHAMBLEY are:
i. LEWIS C.8 BROOKS.
ii. JACOB WARREN BROOKS.

Notes for JACOB WARREN BROOKS:
Went to South Miss.


Generation No. 6

22. JOAB8 LEWIS (JACOB7, DAVID6, PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born January 22, 1801 in Randolph County, NC, and died March 12, 1881 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Old Pickens Presby Cem, Pickens County, SC. He married (1) ELIZABETH HOUSE. He married (2) VILANTA GIBSON April 26, 1857, daughter of ABSALOM GIBSON and FANNEY ALEXANDER. She was born July 05, 1812 in SC, and died March 17, 1901 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Old Pickens Presby Cem, Pickens County, SC.

Children of JOAB LEWIS and ELIZABETH HOUSE are:
i. GUYTON L.9 LEWIS, b. April 02, 1829, SC; d. December 10, 1898, Collins County, TX; m. KEZIAH ALEXANDER; b. September 09, 1831, SC; d. July 10, 1908, Collins County, TX Buried @ Elm Grove Cem..
ii. WILLLIAM LEWIS, b. 1832, Pickens County, SC; d. Aft. 1850, Pickens County, SC.
iii. JAMES LEWIS, b. 1834, SC; d. Aft. 1850, Pickens County, SC.


23. MALINDA (MILLIE)8 ALEXANDER (ELIZABETH7 LEWIS, DAVID6, PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born January 07, 1823 in Pickens County, SC, and died March 10, 1910 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Antioch Baptist Church, Pickens Co., SC. She married JEREMIAH SYLVESTER PARROTT 1842, son of JOSIAH PARROTT and FRANCES ROBERTS. He was born July 05, 1821 in Greenville County, SC, and died July 02, 1903 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Antioch Baptist Church, Pickens Co., SC.

Children of MALINDA ALEXANDER and JEREMIAH PARROTT are:
i. MALINDA ANN ELIZABETH9 PARROTT, b. May 14, 1843, Pickens County, SC; d. March 07, 1919, Liberty, Pickens Co., SC.
ii. JOSEPH COLUMBUS PARROTT, b. November 26, 1844, Pickens County, SC; d. June 29, 1919, Cohutta, GA.
iii. REUBEN ELIJAH PARROTT, b. February 18, 1848, Pickens County, SC; d. January 17, 1931, Pickens County, SC.
iv. DAVID ALEXANDER PARROTT, b. April 23, 1849, Pickens County, SC; d. November 08, 1936, Pickens County, SC.
v. JOHN ARIAIL PARROTT, b. November 14, 1851, Pickens County, SC; d. December 04, 1886, Pickens County, SC.
vi. WILLIAM LEWIS PARROTT, b. May 29, 1854, Pickens County, SC; d. February 21, 1928, Pickens County, SC.
vii. FRANCES PARROTT, b. 1856, Pickens County, SC; d. Aft. 1860, Pickens County, SC.
viii. SUSAN M. PARROTT, b. 1860.
ix. MARY EMMA LISA PARROTT, b. April 23, 1862, Pickens County, SC; d. May 14, 1953, Pickens County, SC.
x. MARTHA L. PARROTT, b. July 1864, Pickens County, SC; d. 1921.


24. ELIZA LOUISA8 ALEXANDER (ELIZABETH7 LEWIS, DAVID6, PRISCILLA5 BROOKS, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born March 18, 1827 in Pickens County, SC, and died October 19, 1912 in Little Eastatoe, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC. She married EPHRAIM GILSTRAP November 14, 1845, son of JOHN GILSTRAP and SUSAN SARGENT. He was born November 10, 1821 in SC, and died February 10, 1905 in Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC.

Children of ELIZA ALEXANDER and EPHRAIM GILSTRAP are:
i. SUSAN ADALINE9 GILSTRAP, b. August 04, 1846, Pickens County, SC; d. September 12, 1846, Pickens County, SC.
ii. MARY JANE GILSTRAP, b. July 18, 1847, Pickens County, SC; d. November 26, 1892, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Gilstrap Family Cem., Pickens, SC; m. GOERGE KEITH HENDRICKS, November 01, 1887; b. August 03, 1835, Pickens County, SC; d. March 19, 1913, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Oolenoy Paptist Church, Pickens, SC.
iii. ELIZABETH MARIAH GILSTRAP, b. January 05, 1849, Pickens County, SC; d. April 23, 1929, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC.
iv. MILLIE ANN GILSTRAP, b. August 01, 1850, Pickens County, SC; d. January 03, 1935, Pickens County, SC.
v. DAVID ALEXANDER GILSTRAP, b. April 03, 1852, Eastatoe, Pickens County, SC; d. January 15, 1930, Pickens County, SC.
vi. FRANCES FRIVEE GILSTRAP, b. May 30, 1854, Pickens County, SC; d. 1885, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC; m. JOHN FINLEY, December 25, 1884.
vii. HARDY RUFUS GILSTRAP, b. May 13, 1856, Pickens County, SC; d. June 19, 1884, Salem, Oconee County, SC buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC; m. VIRGINIA MAJORS, November 15, 1883.
viii. LOUISA ELVIRA GILSTRAP, b. November 29, 1863, Pickens County, SC; d. April 29, 1865, Pickens County, SC Buried @ Parrott Family Cem., Pickens, SC.
ix. SARAH MELVINA GILSTRAP, b. October 06, 1865, Pickens County, SC; d. January 27, 1940, Seneca, Oconee County, SC.
x. LAURA JOSEPHINE GILSTRAP, b. October 22, 1867, Pickens County, SC; d. February 03, 1922, Pickens County, SC.
xi. EPHRAIM MCFALL GILSTRAP, b. January 10, 1870, Pickens County, SC; d. October 28, 1933, Pickens County, SC.


25. JAMES WILLIAM8 LIVINGSTON, CAPT. (SARAH AMANDA7 BROOKS, JOHN6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born August 12, 1832, and died August 25, 1886. He married CLARA KILPATRICK April 29, 1858, daughter of JOHN KILPATRICK and ELIZA WHITNER. She was born December 19, 1835, and died 1908.

Notes for JAMES WILLIAM LIVINGSTON, CAPT.:
After his marriage on April 29, 1858, by the Rev. A. W> Ross at Pendleton, SC, he and his wife moved to Pendleton District and established a 2,125 acre plantation on Coneross Creek in what today is Oconee County.
After the US Civil War began in April 1861, Livingston becomae a commander of Company A 1st SC Rifles and held the rank of captain. Later the captin was rpomoted to major, and in August 1862 he was promoted to colonel and placed in command of the regiment. But in December , he resigned from the army because of a serious illnesses. Then, he retruned to his plantation in Pickens District. In 1874, Col. Livningston moved to Seneca, a new town established the previous year on the new tacks of the Charlotte-Atlanta Air Line Railroad. He established a law office in the town, and from 1874 until 1876 represented Oconee County in the SC House of Representatives.

Children of JAMES LIVINGSTON and CLARA KILPATRICK are:
i. MARY FRAZER9 LIVINGSTON, b. February 1864; d. November 1937; m. JOHN CURTIS CARY; b. 1848; d. 1908.
ii. ELLA LORTON LIVINGSTON.
iii. JOHN KILPATRTICK LIVINGSTON.
iv. SARA (SALLY) MARGURITE LIVINGSTON.
v. JAMES WILLIAM LIVINGSTON.
vi. CLARA KILPATRICK LIVINGSTON.
vii. WHITNER KILPATRICK LIVINGSTON.


26. ELIZA LUCRETIA8 LIVINGSTON (SARAH AMANDA7 BROOKS, JOHN6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born April 26, 1837, and died July 24, 1912. She married (1) JAMES ALFRED WARDLAW. He was born July 27, 1833, and died October 29, 1862. She married (2) JOHN LYON.

Children of ELIZA LIVINGSTON and JAMES WARDLAW are:
i. CLARA AMANDA9 WARDLAW, b. December 04, 1857.
27. ii. ELIZA BONNIE WARDLAW, b. February 15, 1860; d. October 06, 1940.


Generation No. 7

27. ELIZA BONNIE9 WARDLAW (ELIZA LUCRETIA8 LIVINGSTON, SARAH AMANDA7 BROOKS, JOHN6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born February 15, 1860, and died October 06, 1940. She married DAVID LUCIEN MABRY. He was born December 06, 1863, and died May 25, 1889.

Child of ELIZA WARDLAW and DAVID MABRY is:
28. i. ELIZA LIVINGSTON10 MABRY, b. August 15, 1886.


Generation No. 8

28. ELIZA LIVINGSTON10 MABRY (ELIZA BONNIE9 WARDLAW, ELIZA LUCRETIA8 LIVINGSTON, SARAH AMANDA7 BROOKS, JOHN6, JACOB5, JACOB4, WILLIAM3, BROOKS2, BROOKS1) was born August 15, 1886. She married JAMES HAWTHORNE AUSTIN. He was born September 21, 1886 in Abbeville District, SC.

Children of ELIZA MABRY and JAMES AUSTIN are:
i. ELIZA WARDLAW11 AUSTIN, b. August 18, 1920; m. BENJAMIN JUMPER, December 24, 1944; b. Aiken, SC.
ii. NANCY HAWTHORNE AUSTIN, b. March 10, 1923; m. CHARLES JOSEPH BESKID, January 10, 1946; b. Pittsburgh, PA.

Here is our line of Brooks-you can see the same names are used and some of the marriages were to the same families:

Descendants of Anderson with the Brooks line.


Generation No. 1

1. ANDERSON1

Children of ANDERSON are:
2. i. JOHN2 ANDERSON, b. Bef. 1655, Wales; d. 1723, King Georg County, VA.
ii. WALTER ANDERSON.

Notes for WALTER ANDERSON:
Listed in Loyd D. Bockstruct's Virgiania's Colonial Soldiers , page 21.

Frederick A. Virkus, "Immigrants to America Before 1750." p. 55, writes, "Anderson, Walter (d. abouty 1732), said to have come from Wales to VA. and settled as a planter in Richmond County, VA, before 1710. Had grants from Lord Fairfax in 1728 of 818 and 395 acres on the west side of Rappanannock Mountian"


Generation No. 2

2. JOHN2 ANDERSON (ANDERSON1) was born Bef. 1655 in Wales, and died 1723 in King Georg County, VA. He married VIRGINIA BROWNE in King George County, VA.

Notes for JOHN ANDERSON:
Westmoreland County, VA was created in 1653. Richmond County, VA was created in 1692. King George was cut out of Westmoreland and Richmond Counties in 1720-21. King George is east of old Stafford County and Prince William County, VA. Prince William was cut out of King George and Stafford in 1730-31. Faupuier County was cut out of Prince William in 1759. Caroline County is across the Rappanhannock, down stream, and was formed in 1727

1675 April 24, John Frederick Dorman's books on Westmoreland County deeds, patents and wills during ther period show John Anderson in an argument about shooting a wild hog. He is called a "sloope man" (sic. a sailor). A sloop is a sail with one mast and a single jib.

1677 November 21, John Anderson is involved in shipping a man's possessions to an address in England.

1721-Will of John Anderson in King George County, VA

Lived in a valley near and west of where Warrenton, VA is today- near Carter's Run, Watney Mountian and Rappahannock Mountian. Near here is where the battles of Bull Run were fought.

Children of JOHN ANDERSON and VIRGINIA BROWNE are:
3. i. WALTER3 ANDERSON, SR., b. 1718, King George County, VA; d. Bet. 1825 - 1830, Abbeville District, SC.
ii. SARAH ANDERSON.


Generation No. 3

3. WALTER3 ANDERSON, SR. (JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1718 in King George County, VA, and died Bet. 1825 - 1830 in Abbeville District, SC. He married (1) ANN THORNTON. She died Bef. 1762. He married (2) TABITHA LONG 1762 in Caroline County, VA. She was born 1742 in Caroline County VA, and died Bet. 1820 - 1823 in Abbeville District, SC.

Notes for WALTER ANDERSON, SR.:
1724-Listed in King George County, VA.-This was the uncle Walter Anderson.

1739 Walter Anderson is an adult and inherits his father's land.

1771 Walter Anderson listed by Campbell as Executive of a will, Caroline County, VA.
1771 Sept. 12 in Caroline County, VA-A deed indented form Walter Anderson & Tabitha his wife.

Revolution Walter served "Patriotic Service", he was 60 years old. He provided food for the colonial soldiers and horses. John Broadus was a Commissioner of Caroline County. He collected the supplies and gave the providers certificates for the value of the articles "impressed". Walter Anderson have two cows, bacon, oats and wheat.

1787 & 1788 listed for tax on 276 acres in Caroline County, VA.

1790 transferred 275 acres to John Chapman and Edwards Mathews.

May 1790-Moved to Abbeville District, SC from Caroline County, VA.
Walter lived to be over 105 years old, at which time he could walk from his home to Swancey's Ferry, thirteen miles away, in a few hours.

1816 June 24 LAURENS COUNTY, SC DEED BOOK K, PAGE 133
JOSIAH EVANS TO CORNELIUS PUCKETT for $300.00
95 acres north side of Saluda River Plat 1813 by James Crockett Show border on by David OWEN, John SADLER, Samuel McWILLIAMS, John BEASLEY, Nimrod & M. S. OVERBY. Original land laid out to LUCY PUCKETT by William Dunlap as 106 acres.
Witness:
WALTER ANDERSON
SAR Supplemental application claiming Walter Anderson
National Society Sons of the American Revolution
Walter Anderson Patriotic Service by providing cattle, bacon, wheat, & oats to the Continental Army in Caroline Couty, VA

James H. & John PINSON
D. R. & Frances EVANS
by William Plooard, JQ

1816 Jan. 27 Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
JAMES A. HARRIS-box 43, Pack 967
Est admnr. by THOMAS P. MARTIN, THOMAS HERON, WILLIAM ROBERTSON
sum 10,000 pounds
Cit. publ at Rocky River Church
Sale, Mar 4, 1816
Buyers;
William & Ester Harris
Solomon Blackwell, etc.

1816 Oct. 12 Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
WILLIAM ANDERSON -Box 2, Pack 40
Est. admr. Oct. 12, 1816 BY:
William Anderson, Sr.
William Anderson, Jr.
THOMAS HERRON
Abbeville Dist. sum $10,000
Expences:
Feb. 21, 1823 Paid admr. of est of James Anderson decd $268.00
Feb. 2, 1823 William Anderson, Sr. $200.00
Oct. 4, 1825, THOMAS ANDERSON in full $244.66
Oct. 10, 1825 paid S. & MARY AUSTIN in full $125.34

1819 Sept. 15-Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
DAVID GREER-BOX 38, PACK 810
Exrs: Richard Robinson of Little River, Alexander Stevenson of Pendleton Dist.
Wit: Stephen C. Durrum, Stephen Durrem Wife, Hannah Greer
Inv. made May 5, 1820 by:
WILLIAM ANDERSON, THOMAS HERRON, John McMahan, William Brownlee

1823 June 11 Abbeville Box 70, Pack. 3579 Land Deed Walter Anderson, Sr. gives all of his land to his children. Land with dwelling house, containing 262 acres more or less, horses & stock of all kinds and kitchen furniture, crop that might be growing, 9 slaves and gives names.


More About WALTER ANDERSON, SR.:
PS: VA American Revolution

Child of WALTER ANDERSON and ANN THORNTON is:
i. JOHN4 ANDERSON.


Children of WALTER ANDERSON and TABITHA LONG are:
4. ii. FRANCES4 ANDERSON, b. 1765, Richamond, Caroline County, VA; d. March 14, 1844, Abbeville District, SC.
iii. SARAH ANDERSON, b. 1768; m. CHARLES HODGES, 1788.
iv. RICHARD LONG ANDERSON, b. 1771, VA; d. December 24, 1858; m. LUCY LONG.
v. SUSANNAH ANDERSON, b. 1772; d. Bef. 1823; m. PLEASANT WRIGHT; d. 1844, Greene County, ALA.
5. vi. LUCY LONG ANDERSON, b. 1774, VA; d. August 1836, Abbeville Dist., SC now Greenwood Co., SC.
6. vii. SAMUEL ANDERSON, b. 1777; d. 1847.
viii. WALTER ANDERSON, JR., b. 1780.

Notes for WALTER ANDERSON, JR.:
1835 Sept. 7 ABBEVILLE DISTRICT WILLS & BONDS
WILLIAM BEAZLEY-BOX 6, PACK 103
Est admr. by Jesse C. Beazley, Downs Calhoun, WALTER ANDERSON,
Sum $12,00.00
BUYERS:
Franklin, Elizabeth John Willison B. Beazley
WALTER ANDERSON
Silas Bailey
William H. Green
Jesse Caldwell

1835 Sept. 7 Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
MARIA L. BEAZLEY-BOX 12, PACK 251
Willison B. Beazley, Downs Calhoun, WALTER ANDERSON,
sum $6.00.00
Willison B. Beazley made gdn. Maria L. Beazley, a minor over 14 years.

1835 Oct. 27 Downs Calhoun, WALTER ANDERSON, William A. Moore
sum $4,000
Downs Calhoun made gdn. Franklin, Amanda, Robert Beazley minor.
Expend: Mar. 20, 1837 Recd. of Franklin Beazley admnr. est of Elizabeth Beazley $30.00. Nov. 1837 Reck of Jesse Beasley admnr. est of William Beazley deck. $201.00 ( Name written Beazley & Beasley)

1837 Sept. 19
Nancy Beazley, Ephrain Davis, Thomas Riley
sum $2,000
Nancy Beazley made gdn. of Jess Beazley a mior leg. of Edmund Beazley



ix. TABITHA ANDERSON, b. 1782; m. THOMAS DAVIS; d. Aft. 1830, Abbeville District, SC.

Notes for TABITHA ANDERSON:
Went to Greene County, ALA after 1830, where her brother-in-law, Pleasant Wright and children were living in 1827.


Generation No. 4

4. FRANCES4 ANDERSON (WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1765 in Richamond, Caroline County, VA, and died March 14, 1844 in Abbeville District, SC. She married JOHN HODGES, MAJ. 1790 in Abbeville, SC, son of RICHARD HODGES and ELIZABETH JONES. He was born 1765 in Essex County, VA., and died December 24, 1834 in Abbeville District, SC.

Notes for JOHN HODGES, MAJ.:
A family legend is that the father of John Hodges was a Revolutionary soldier and while at home on furlough, his cabin was attacked by Indians, and he was killed. The legend continued that the Indians captured four Hodges daughters, bound them securely and put them inside the cabin ehich they prepared to burn. However, an Indian warrior was reported attracted to one daughter, Dorothy, released her and took her with him, while the others perished in the flames. Another version has it that the mother and two daughters died in the fire. Many years later, Dorothy Hodges and her Indian son returned for a visit on her promise, the story went, that she would return to her Indian husband in Alabama territory. She yielded to pleadings of relatives to remain and eventually married ______ Rosamond had children, lived for a time in Pickens, then went West, and South Carolina kin lost contact with them.

More About JOHN HODGES, MAJ.:
Military service: American Rev. Soldier
Religion: Baptist

Children of FRANCES ANDERSON and JOHN HODGES are:
7. i. MATILDA5 HODGES, b. July 12, 1791.
8. ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON HODGES, b. September 09, 1792; d. 1876.
9. iii. GABRIEL HEYWARD HODGES, b. 1794; d. 1874.
10. iv. DRUSCILLA HODGES, b. 1795.
11. v. ELIZABETH HODGES, b. 1797; d. 1826.
vi. SARAH HODGES, b. 1798; d. 1887; m. (1) BURRELL MCGEE; m. (2) AGNEW.
12. vii. MARGARET LONG HODGES, b. January 10, 1800, Abbeville District, SC.
viii. JOHN ANDERSON HODGES, b. 1801; m. (1) MALINDA DUNLAP; m. (2) MARTHA AMELIA FOSTER.
13. ix. SAMUEL ANDERSON HODGES, b. 1802; d. 1871, Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC.
x. ARMSTRONG JONES HODGES, b. 1804; m. CECELIA MORAGNE.
xi. FRANCES HODGES, b. 1805; m. WEATHERALL.

Notes for WEATHERALL:
Removed to Miss

xii. JAMES HODGES, b. 1806.
xiii. MARY HODGES, b. 1807; m. VALENTINE NASH; d. 1832.
xiv. BENJAMIN HODGES, b. 1808; m. MARY ANN WARDLAW.
xv. MAHULDA CHAPMAN HODGES, b. 1810; m. JOHN WENTWORTH MCKELLAR, DR..

Notes for JOHN WENTWORTH MCKELLAR, DR.:
Located first at Winterseat, south of Hard Labor Creek, and practiced medicine in that community for many years. Sometime during the Condederate War, he and his family removed to lamar, GA.\, then to Ellaville, GA. His mother went with hima and in Ellaville married Mr. Penney.

xvi. ABSALOM TURNER HODGES, b. 1812; m. JULIA S..
14. xvii. ROBERT HENRY WARDLAW HODGES, b. 1813.
xviii. LUCY WARDLAW HODGES, b. 1815; m. F. R. DAVIS.

Notes for F. R. DAVIS:
Lived at Cokesbury


5. LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON (WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1774 in VA, and died August 1836 in Abbeville Dist., SC now Greenwood Co., SC. She married (1) JOHN WILSON SWANCEY 1800, son of ROBERT SWANCEY and ROSANNA WILSON. He was born Bet. 1774 - 1784, and died Bef. 1804. She married (2) LEWIS B. SIMS 1804. He died Bef. December 07, 1807 in Abbeville Dist., SC. She married (3) BENJAMIN P. PULLIAM, JR. 1808, son of JOHN PULLIAM and ELIZABETH. He was born Abt. 1770 in VA, and died March 30, 1832 in Abbeville Dist., SC now Greenwood Co., SC.

Notes for LUCY LONG ANDERSON:
1833 Sept. 12th Will dated
Box 72, Pack 1772 Abbeville
Exrs: son Robert Swanzy, Jabez W. H. Johnson.

Witness: Nimrod Overby, J.W. Anglin, Watler Anderson.

Children to son Robert Swaney, $5.00; to son John's children: Lucy L., James Robert, Robert W. Swanzy each $1.00. To daughters Elizabeth Beazly, Tabitha Sims all interest in land on which I live. deeded by Pleasant Wright to Lewis Sims, and &5.00 to each of them.
Balance divided between daughters Polly, Mahala, Rody, Liza Ann Pulliam.

Appraisers:
Walter Anderson, Robert A. Cunningham, Downs Calhoun

Buyers at sale:
Franky & Elizabeth Beazley

1837 Nov. 27
Reced. of Franklin Beazley $9.12 S.

1838 Dec. 28th
Paid Thomas Brooks one of heirs (husband of Eliza), Lewis Busby, husband of Mary Pulliam $100.00.






Notes for JOHN WILSON SWANCEY:
1803 Bible Record: John W. Swanzy died Jan. 1803 in VA on the Potomac.

1803 March Will proved in Northhampton Co., NC, where he died.
State of NC, Northhampton Co. March Sessions 1804-This the will was exhibited into court and duly proved by the oath of Joh H. Marable one of the witnesses.

Will recorded in Abbeville Co., SC Box 87 Pack 2127

1804 Will dated Jan. 6, 1804 in Abbeville Dist.
I wish all my real and personal estate to be sold to the highest bid, twelve months credit, and to be equally divided between my wife Lucy Swancy and my son Robert Swancy. Provided my wife be pregnant it is my desire that the child she is pregnant with shall share an equal portion with my wife Lucy Swancy and my son Robert.
Exrs:wife, Lucy Swancy, Samuel Swancey, Samuel Anderson
Wit: John H. , Henry H. Marable, Burnel Russell

1804 April 11th
Appraisers: (?) Sample, John Readsona, Robert White,

1803 April 13 Sale
Buyers:
Dr. Samuel, Lucy Swanzy, Widow, Walter Anderson, Sr., Capt. John Hodges, Richard Duty, Thomas Pinson, John Sample, Robert White, David Steel, Maj. John Calhoun, William Richardson, Robert Sample, Howard Pinson, Alexander Sample, Robert Batrum, Samuel Anderson, Alexander Stewart, Joel Lipscomb, Esq., Henry Johnston, Pleasant Wright, John Sims, Little-Berry Bostic, Richard Long, Anderson, James Hodges.


Notes for LEWIS B. SIMS:
1790
April 30, 1790
Laurens District SC Deed Book C page 168
Clabourn Sims to Clement Deal for 21L 10 sh 168 acres part of 535 acres grant to Thomas Farr July 8, 1774 on LYNCHES Branch of Enoree River.
Witness: Andrew Rodgers, Jr., William Rodgers, Angus Campbell JP

1792
Laurens District SC Deed Book D page 94
Jan. 27, 1792
Peter Griffen & Wife Elizabeth to Meshech Overby for 55L 105 acres on North side of Great Saluda River, part of 210 acres granted to William Panton of Great Britain, border by Patrick Cunningham
Witness: William Griffin, NATHAN SIMS, Nimrod Overby, George Anderson, JP

1807 Dec. 7th
Abstracts of Old 96 etc. pg. 300 Estate Papers.
Box 87 Pack 2149
Est. Administrator Lucy L. Sims, Pleasant Wright, John Hodges, Samuel Thompson unto Andrew Hamilton Ord., Abbeville Dist. sum $5,000.00.

1807 Dec. 18th
Inventory made by John Sims, Eli Bowie, Thomas Davis.

1808 Jan. 2 Sale
Buyers: William Sims, Pleasant Wright, Daniel Ward, Smith Bolin, Robert White, Nicholas Overby, John Smith, Robert Sample, James Campbell, John Hodges, Jack Sims, Lucy L. Sims, Widow, Clhow Daves?, William Neely, Harrison Long, William Campbell, Stephen Buzbee, William Bramlett, Willliam W. Sims, David Brown, Jack Pulliam, Jr., John Sample, Sr., David Stuart, John Sample, Jr.

Notes for BENJAMIN P. PULLIAM, JR.:
Will of Thomas B. Byrd-Abbeville District -Box 144, Pack 4050

Will dated Janr. 1, 1856.
Filed Feb. 13, 1857
Exrs: Albert Waller
Thomas W. L. Templeton
Francis Arnold
Allen Vance
James M. Perrin
Witness: Emanuel Wiss
Wife: Elizabeth Byrd
William Parks, son of wife died recently in Texas
Leaves to childern of my wife viz:
Lewis Parks
James Parks
John T. Parks
Elizabeth wife of John Barrett, Jr.
Bequeath to
Catharine Ashe
Joseph Zebulen Hearst
Childern: John B. Byrd, deceased
Dudley Byrd
Frances, wife of E.P. Vaughn
Daughter in law, Frances E. S. Byrd, widow of my son John B. Byrd

LETTER TO Joel Smith, Esq. Stoney Point, SC,

Pickensville
Dec. 24, 1852
Friend J. Smith
Dear Sir,

I am in reciept of your esteemed favor enclosing the right end of ten hundred dollars

Hi all,
The PULLIAM surname can be researched for obituaries, census, and vitals from http://www.genealogybuff.com/data.htm#Pulliam
Be sure and use the data library at http://www.genealogybuff.com/library.htm as new data is being added almost daily from many states.
Hope this helps.
Bill
Obituary Central

The source of the clipping is the Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas from 1889. The book of biographies, including that of Marshall S. Pulliam, can be found on the Fannin County, Texas Genweb page.


Children of LUCY ANDERSON and JOHN SWANCEY are:
i. ROBERT5 SWANCEY, b. December 11, 1801, Abbeville Co., SC; d. August 11, 1882, Lowndes Co, MS.
ii. JOHN W. SWANCEY, b. 1804; d. Bef. 1833.


Children of LUCY ANDERSON and LEWIS SIMS are:
iii. ELIZABETH5 SIMS, m. FRANKLIN BEAZLEY.
iv. TABITHA SIMS.


Children of LUCY ANDERSON and BENJAMIN PULLIAM are:
15. v. MARY (POLLY)5 PULLIAM, b. 1810; d. Abbeville Dist., SC.
16. vi. MAHALA PULLIAM, b. 1814, Abbeville, SC; d. August 20, 1852, Ebenezer, Tippah Co., Miss.
17. vii. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN PULLIAM, b. 1816, South Carolina; d. February 22, 1892, Pickens Co., SC.
18. viii. RHODA PULLIAM, b. 1818, Abbeville Dist., SC; d. Pontotoc Co., Miss..


6. SAMUEL4 ANDERSON (WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1777, and died 1847. He married JANE P. (JENN) SWANCEY.

Notes for SAMUEL ANDERSON:
1847 Feb. 20 Abbeville District Will
Box 113, Pack 3325
SAMUEL ANDERSON
Will dated Feb. 20, 1847
Prov. Sept 17, 1848
Exrs.:
Wife: Jane P. Anderson
Son: Walter C. Anderson
Witness:
R. A. Francis E. Archer
Rhed Bowie
Children:
Nancy Anderson Agnew
Walter C. Anderson
Mary Ann S. Youngblood
Jonh S. Anderson
Tobaitha L. Anderson
Rebecca R. Anderson Brown
Grandson:
Samuel son of John S. Anderson
Inventory made Dec. 20, 1848 by:
W. C. Anderson
G. W. Hodges
D. M. Caldwell

Notes for JANE P. (JENN) SWANCEY:
1808 June 10 Abbeville District Wills
Box 1, Pack 13
AMOS ANDERSON
Est. admnr. by Jean, Amos Anderson, Jr.
William Hutchison
Sum $5,000.00
Cit. at ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH
Salw July 26, 1808
Buyers:
Jane Anderson
James Forest
Elizabeth Dornes
Joseph Thornton
John Youngblood. etc.

Children of SAMUEL ANDERSON and JANE SWANCEY are:
i. SAMUEL5 ANDERSON, JR., b. 1797.
ii. NANCY ANDERSON, b. 1803; m. AGNEW.

Notes for NANCY ANDERSON:
1827 Nov. 17
Est. admr. by NANCY & JOHM Anderson & Edmund Cobb
Abbeville Dist. sum $3,000.00
Nancy Anderson gdn. of minor children of William Anderson deced.:
Margaret Anderson
Robert Anderson
Edmund Anderson
Mary Anderson
William Anderson
Nathaniel Anderson
Inve. made Dec. 24, 1827 by
Nathaniel Cobb
Robert Anderson
Owen Selby


iii. REBECCA R. ANDERSON, b. 1803; m. BROWN.
iv. SARAH ANDERSON, b. 1805; m. SAMUEL AGNEW.
19. v. JOHN S. ANDERSON, b. 1807.
vi. TABIATHA L. ANDERSON, b. 1809.
vii. MARY ANN ANDERSON, b. 1811; m. JOHN YOUNGBLOOD.
20. viii. WALTER CARTER ANDERSON, b. 1812; d. 1877.


Generation No. 5

7. MATILDA5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 12, 1791. She married SHARPE.

Child of MATILDA HODGES and SHARPE is:
i. JACOB6 SHARPE, GEN..


8. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 09, 1792, and died 1876. He married REBECCA DOUGLASS, daughter of ARCHIBALD DOUGLASS. She was born 1798, and died 1868.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON HODGES:
He was a Sergeant in the War of 1812 and led a very active life after the war. He was appointed as a general in the militia, so he was called General Hodges and the town, Hodges, SC, got its name from him.

Cotton was replacing tobacco as the chief money crop in the upcountry when G. W. Hodges started farming for himself, and he was successful with that new crop. In 1822 he built his home in what would become the town of Hodges. He was elected sheriff of Abbeville District in 1826 for a four-year term and later served in the state legislature. He and his brothers, Gabriel and Samuel, took an active part in the development of the Cokesbury School, and G.W. Hodges was on the first board of trustees.

When the railroad was built near his home in 1852 there was a stop first called Cokesbury Junction, then Cokesbury Depot and, finally, hodges, as a compliment to G.W. Hodges. The village grew up around the depot.

Children of GEORGE HODGES and REBECCA DOUGLASS are:
i. ELIZABETH6 HODGES, b. 1817; m. PAUL WOOLFOLK CONNOR, DR., 1836.
ii. FRANCES G. HODGES, b. 1820; m. FRANCIS AMBROSE CONNOR, 1838.
21. iii. WASHINTON LUDLOW HODGES, b. 1827.
22. iv. ANNA REBECCA BOWEN HODGES, b. 1828; d. 1858.
23. v. VICTORIA AMERICA HODGES, b. 1831.
24. vi. JOHN FLETCHER HODGES, b. 1833.
vii. EMORY ARCHIBALD HODGES, b. 1835; d. 1862, Civil War.
25. viii. MARY EDWINA HODGES, b. 1839; d. 1898.
26. ix. GABRIEL MITCHELL HODGES, b. 1841.


9. GABRIEL HEYWARD5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1794, and died 1874. He married PHOEBE DOUGLASS, daughter of ARCHIBALD DOUGLASS.

Children of GABRIEL HODGES and PHOEBE DOUGLASS are:
27. i. SOPHRONIA6 HODGES.
ii. LAURA HODGES, m. BRANTLEY C. HART, DR..
iii. REBECCA HODGES, m. RICHARD CUNNINGHAM BOWEN.
iv. NEWELLA HODGES, m. (1) JOHN VANCE; m. (2) MURRAY.
v. MATTIE HODGES, m. BULL; b. Waterloo, SC.
28. vi. GABRIELLA HODGES.
29. vii. HARRIETT JANE HODGES.
viii. JOSEPH WIGHTMAN HODGES, b. 1842; d. 1903; m. ANNIE ELIZABETH SISTRUNK; b. 1854; d. 1922.


10. DRUSCILLA5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1795. She married DONALD DOUGLASS.

Child of DRUSCILLA HODGES and DONALD DOUGLASS is:
30. i. MAHULDA6 DOUGLASS.


11. ELIZABETH5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1797, and died 1826. She married BOWIE.

Children of ELIZABETH HODGES and BOWIE are:
i. RHODA6 BOWIE.
ii. FRANCES BOWIE.
iii. GRACY BOWIE.
iv. MATILDA BOWIE.
v. JOHN BOWIE.
vi. JAMES BOWIE.


12. MARGARET LONG5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 10, 1800 in Abbeville District, SC. She married (1) JOHN J. NASH, DR., son of RUEBEN NASH. He was born November 06, 1793 in Abbeville District, SC, and died September 17, 1832. She married (2) WILLIAM P. LEACH 1832.

Children of MARGARET HODGES and JOHN NASH are:
31. i. REUBEN MILTON6 NASH, b. August 1825; d. June 01, 1850.
ii. JOHN NASH.
iii. VALENTINE NASH.
iv. BOLIVAR NASH.
v. MARY R. NASH, b. September 01, 1827; d. November 04, 1922, Buried @ Masonic Cem., Louisville, MS; m. MICHAEL ALBERT METTS, CAPT., November 14, 1849; d. Buried @ Masonic Cem., Louisville, MS.
vi. NANCY NASH, m. MR. KNOX.


Children of MARGARET HODGES and WILLIAM LEACH are:
vii. MISSOURI6 LEACH, m. GEORGE DULIN.
viii. KITURA LEACH, d. Buried @ Masonic Cem., Louisville, MS; m. B. H. RICHARDSON; d. Buried @ Masonic Cem., Louisville, MS.


13. SAMUEL ANDERSON5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1802, and died 1871 in Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC. He married MARY A. D. CONNOR, daughter of FRANCIS CONNOR.

More About SAMUEL ANDERSON HODGES:
Fact 2: Occupation: Sheriff of Abbeville Dist., Postmaster 1841-1848

Children of SAMUEL HODGES and MARY CONNOR are:
i. GABRIELLA6 HODGES.
ii. HENRY (HAL) HODGES.
iii. JOHN FRANCIS HODGES.
iv. JULIA DRUCILLA HODGES.
v. LEILA VIRGINIA HODGES.
vi. MARY ANN DOROTHY HODGES, b. 1837; d. 1874; m. JAMES A. BAILEY.
32. vii. ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER HODGES, b. May 05, 1842, Cokesbury, Greenwood Co., SC; d. April 15, 1914, Laurens, SC.
33. viii. SAMUEL BENJAMIN HODGES, b. 1844; d. 1936.
ix. SOPHRONIA REBECCA HODGES, b. 1846; d. 1891; m. W. Z. MCGHEE.
34. x. GEORGE CONNOR HODGES, b. 1851; d. 1925.
35. xi. ELLA BELINDA HODGES, b. 1853; d. 1936.


14. ROBERT HENRY WARDLAW5 HODGES (FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1813. He married (1) CAROLINE RAIFORD, daughter of WILLIAM RAIFORD and SUSANNAH MONTAGUE. He married (2) DACUS.

Notes for DACUS:
Lived at Williamston, SC

Children of ROBERT HODGES and CAROLINE RAIFORD are:
i. SUSAN6 HODGES.
ii. FANNIE HODGES.


15. MARY (POLLY)5 PULLIAM (LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1810, and died in Abbeville Dist., SC. She married LEWIS BUSBY, son of STEPHEN BUSBY and ELIZABETH. He was born 1812, and died in Abbeville Dist., SC.

Notes for LEWIS BUSBY:
1813 Nov. 1 Abbeville District Wills
Box 105, Pack 2598
Elizabeth Buzbee,John Jackson sum $1,000.00
Elizabeth Buzbee made gdn. of Buzbee Minors under 14 years and Jane Buzbee minor over 14 years.

1830 Nov. 24 Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
Box 105, Pack 2599 Benjamin Buzbee & John Caldwell sum $200.00.
Benjamin Buzbee made gdn. of Lewis Buzbee, a minor over 14 years.

1832 March 13 Abbeville District Wills
Box 102, Pack 2508
STEPHEN WATSON
Exrs:
Robert Buchanan
Joel Smith
Witness:
James & Robert Buchanan
STEPHEN BUZBY
Children:
Morten Watson
Matthew Watson
Sarah Cobb
Sister in law: Steth Howlet
James Jonston
"Gave STEVEN PULLIAM a negro"
Sett:
May 3, 1842 Sarah Cobb in MISS. Her children were:
Thomas A. Cobb
Lewis B. Cobb
Elizabeth Cobb Lead
Mathew Watson's children:
Eliza McCants
Eilzabeth Jane Buchanan
Morten Watson's children:
Matilda Watson
Hulda Watson Pulliam
Belinda Watson
Jon A. Watson
Jabel Watson
Nancy Watson
Represented by:
Esq. McCants
Robert E. Buchanan
Larkin Pulliam
Joh & Jabel Watson
1840 CENSUS SOUTH CAROLINA
Lewis Busby-sp. Busbee
Abbeville Dist. pg. 48 no township
1 Male age 20-30 Lewis age 27
1 Female age 5 and under
1 Female age 20-30

ALSO ON THE SAME 2 PAGES:
Abbeville Dist. pg. 46 no township
BENJAMIN BUSBEE
1 male age 5 & under
1 male age 30-40 Benjamin age 40
1 female age 5-10
1 female age 10-15
1 female age 20-30 Mary age 30

JAMES ANDERSON
1 male under 5
2 males 10-15
1 male 40-50
1 female under 5
1 female 20-30

SAMUEL STUDDARD
1 male 20-30

WILEY PULLIAM
1 male 20-30
1 female under 5
1 female 5-10
1 female 30-40

FRANCIS LONG
2 males 20-30
1 female under 5
1 female 15-20

JOHN L. CHEATHAM
1 male 20-30
1 female 20-30

1850 CENSUS SOUTH CAROLINA
Post Office-Ninety Six
Abbeville Dist. pg 134 Saluda River Township
Lewis Busby-sp. Buzby age 38 occupation-Toll Bridge Keeper
Mary age 40
Narcissa age 10
John S. age 7
Eliza age 4
Fanny age 2

ALSO BESIDE:
CHARLES ANDERSON age 21 Manager-living alone

NOV. 26, 1853
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, SC
H. C. BROOKS TO NATHAN BUSBY
310 acres for $800.00 adjoining lands of C. W. Randale & Elias McCarty on the north and north east. Thomas Arthedon on the east. James Suris on the south and W. J. Williams on the west.
Witness:
R. J. Cook
H. Morris

NATHAN BUSBY-1830 IN GA. CENSUS HST. COUNTY PAGE 267

1860 CENSUS SOUTH CAROLINA
Abbeville Dist. Post Office Ninety Six
Lewis Busbee age 47 Farmer
Mary Busbee age 48 (50)
Narcissa Busbee age 20
John S. Busbee age 17 Farm Laborer
Eliza Busbee age 14 now missing Fannie Busbee
Young Busbee age 10

ALSO BESIDE:
TAP ANDERSON age 28 Overseer born SC
Gillie age 25 female b. SC

WILLIAM ANDERSON age 15 living with:
George Elmore age 38 Farmer
Lucy Elmore age 47

BENJAMIN BUSBEE age 60 Farmer b. SC
Mary age 50
Milly age 16
Benjamin age 12
John age 10
David age 8

Greenwood Post Office:

R. W. ANDERSON age 32 Farmer b. SC
Mary age 28
Lucy age 4
Saluda J. age 1
Robert KING age 22 Farm laborer b. SC


Children of MARY PULLIAM and LEWIS BUSBY are:
i. NARCISSA6 BUSBY, b. 1840.
ii. JOHN S. BUSBY, b. 1843.
iii. ELIZA BUSBY, b. 1846.
iv. FANNY BUSBY, b. 1848; d. 1858.
v. YOUNG BUSBY, b. 1850.


16. MAHALA5 PULLIAM (LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1814 in Abbeville, SC, and died August 20, 1852 in Ebenezer, Tippah Co., Miss. She married MATHEW HUNTER BRYSON 1840, son of JOHN BRYSON and ANNA. He was born 1818 in Laurens, SC, and died in Alabama.

Notes for MAHALA PULLIAM:
Mother of six childern two of which had gone before her. ARP Death & Marriage Notices from the Christian Magazine of the South, The Erskine Miscelaney & the Due West Telescope 1843-1863 by Lowry Ware

Died at Ebenezer, Tippah Co., Miss, Miss Mahala Bryson, wife of Matthew H. Bryson and daughter of Benjamin Pulliam of Abbeville District, SC. She was the mother of six children, two of which had gone before her.

I'm almost sure the Mahala Pulliam you are searching for was the first wife of my gg grandfather, Matthew Hunter Bryson of Laurens, SC. They married in SC in 1840, then moved to MS abt. 1850 since they and their five children were listed in the Oktibbeha Co, MS census of 1850. Mahala died in 1852 in Tippah County, MS, then Matthew joined other Brysons in what is now Lee County, MS where he married Emily (Bryson) Bryson , who is my gg grandmother. Would be happy to share info I have with you.


Notes for MATHEW HUNTER BRYSON:
1820 Census South Carolina
Laurens County, SC page 22
Mathew Bryson

1830 Census South Carolina
Laurens County, SC page 245
Mathew Bryson

SOUTH CAROLINA MAGAZINE OF ANCESTRAL RESEARCH VOL. 1-20
Vol.11 Number 3, Summer, 1983 page 135
Some Legal Notices from the Columbia Telescope 1830-1835
In Equity Laurens District-MATHEW BRYSON, administer withe the will annexed of WILLIAM BRYSON decd vs George Nickels and wife and others. Bill to settle the estate...James Bryson, James Burnsides & Margarett his wife and Henry Bryson defendants in the above case, reside from and without the limits of this state.

1850 Census Mississippii
Oktibbeha County page 291 No Township Listed
Mathew H. Bryson AGE 32 Farmer $400.00 born SC
Mahala age 36
Eliza age 7
Robert age 6
James age 5
Isabella age 4
Susan age 3/12 all born in SC

1850 Census-Others in Oktibbeha County, Mississippii:

William P. Pullen age 42 Farmer born in VA. (Pulliam)
Mary age 33 born in NC
William age 7 born in Miss

William Brooks age 44 Farmer born in VA born 1806
Arescy age 27 born in VA
Mary age 8 born in Miss
Sarah age 8 born in Miss
James age 5 born in Miss
John age 1 born in Miss

Children of MAHALA PULLIAM and MATHEW BRYSON are:
i. ELIZA6 BRYSON, b. 1843.
ii. ROBERT BRYSON, b. 1844.
iii. JAMES BRYSON, b. 1845.
iv. ISABELLA BRYSON, b. 1846.
v. SUSAN BRYSON, b. 1850.


17. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM (LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1816 in South Carolina, and died February 22, 1892 in Pickens Co., SC. She married THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, SR. 1836, son of THOMAS BROOKS and UNKNOWN. He was born 1816 in South Carolina, and died 1892 in Pickens Co., SC.

Notes for THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, SR.:
1768 and Before the only court held in South Carolina was in the City of Charleston. The State was divided into six districts-a court house was established at Ninety-Six, at Cambridge.

1775-1783 at the close of the Revolutionary War all the territory embraced in the present counties of Greeville, Anderson, Oconee and Pickens belonged to the Cherokee Indians, although embraced within the State lines.

1791 Washington District composed of the counties of Pendleton and Greenville. The courthouse was located at Pickensville, near the present Town of Easley.

1798 the name County was changed to District.

1815
Laurens District, SC Deed Book K page 100
July 3, 1815
Henry & Edward Box to James South for $320.00 150 acres on Rabourns Creek, Watkins Branch & Burris Creek bordered on by Henderson, SIMS (wife, Cynthia Jane Pulliam's mother was married to Lewis B. Sims first) , Thomas Brock or BROOKS
Witness: James Powell, Joseph South

THERE IS A DUKE-BROOKS CONNECTION IN THE PICKENS SENTINEL with an Abbeville connection.

There is a Thomas Brooks living next to the Haynie property

THERE IS A VERY STRONG POSSIBILITY THAT THIS 1820 THOMAS BROOKS IN PENDLETON CO, SC COULD BE THE THOMAS THAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR-OUR THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, SR WOULD HAVE BEEN 4 YEARS OLD AT THE TIME. THIS IS NOT THE THOMAS BROOKS THAT MARRIED THE SUTTLES AND HAD ONLY GIRLS.

1820 CENSUS-PENDLETON CO., SC
Thomas Brooks 1 male 26-45
2 males under 10 Thomas Warren Brooks, Sr.?
2 females under 10
1 female 26-45 Is this daughter Limbecker?
Listed near: Samuel Mitchel (Fanny Pulliam Mitchel)
James Stewart
James Fegason (Ferquson)
Rosanah Duke
Elnathan Davis

IN 1826, PENDLETON DISTRICT WAS DIVIDED INTO PICKENS & ANDERSON COUNTIES with the name Pendleton disappearing as a contemporary legal entity.

1840 CENSUS- ANDERSON COUNTY, SC-Who is this?
Thomas Brooks 1 male 50-60............born 1780-1790
2 males 5-10............born 1830-1835
2 males 10-15..........born 1825-1830
2 males 15-20..........born 1820-1825
2 males 20-30..........born 1810-1820
2 females 10-15.......born 1825-1830
1 female 15-20.........born 1820-1825
1 female 20-30.........born 1810-1820
1 female 40-50.........born 1790-1800

Listed near William Caldwell, John Caldwell, Garner Brooks, S. P. ? Earle, Willaim Reid, Isaac West, R. B. Rivers.

**********THIS IS OUR THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, SR.*************
1840 CENSUS-ABBEVILLE DIST., SC
Thomas Brooks 1 male 20-30 Thomas Warren Brooks, Sr. age 24 years
1 male under 5 Andrew P. Brooks-age 2 or 3
1 female 20-30 Eliza Ann Pulliam-age 24
1 female under 5 Lucy Brooks-age 1 or 2

Listed near Larkin Pulliam, Robert Caldwell, Matilda Lomax, James Jay, Lucy Lomax
This is the same area where Lucy Pulliam, Eliza Ann's mother was living in the census of 1820 & 1830.

1848
IN EQUITY
AFFIDAVIT FILED AUGUST 8, 1848
ABBEVILLE DIST., SC

Thomas W. Brooks and wife Eliza Ann &
Lewis Busby and wife Mary
South Carolina
Abbeville District

To the Honorable the Chancellors of said State-Humbly complaining show unto your Honors your Orator and Oratrix Lewis Busby and Mary his wife of said state and District as follows died in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred And thirty two, and left surviving his his wife Lucy Pulliam who died in August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight Hundred and thirty six, leaving four daughters to wit your Oratrix, Mahala now the wife of Mathew H. Bryson who lives in Alabama, Rhoda now the wife of William Sanders who live in Pontotoc County, Mississippi, and Eliza Ann now the wife of Thomas W. Brooks who live in Abbeville District. All these children of Lucy Pulliam have married since her death.
Rhoda Pulliam, who was the widow of James Pulliam deceased was possessed of considerable property and in or about the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five gave and delivered to your Oratrix and her sisters named aforesaid who had but small means a negro woman named Leah and daughter Ally. Whatever the precise terns aft said Gift was your Orator and Oratrix assert there was a substantial and legal gift of said Leah and her said daughter to the Sisters of your Oratrix with herself and actual delivery of the said slaves accompanied for some time by possession and that the little ____ said slaves passed from said Rhoda Pulliam to your Oratrix and her sisters aforesaid. Some time after the said Leah and her child Ally had been in the possession of your Oratrix and her sisters Leah proved inciente and the time of her delivery approaching Leah returned to Rhoda Pulliam for the purpose of receiving some comforts and attention which your Oratrix and sisters had not the means to bestow upon her. Soon after this return of Leah to Rhoda Pulliam your Oratrix mother Lucy Pulliam died, and your Oratrix and her sisters ceased to live together and they had before and lived among their friends and relatives. For this reason your Oratrix alleges the said Leah who now had some children was returned to or repurchased by said Rhoda from J. P. Coleman and as your Orter and Oratrix have heard and believe on account of the acknowledge right of you Oratrix and her Sisters. They said Leah and her children who increased rapidly in number thu unmarried in the possession of Rhoda Pulliam until her death and during this time the said Rhoda always acknowledged the rights of your Oratrix and sisters to said slaves and never put in jeopardy their right by a claim of any interest on her part but wished _____ the use of Leah and her children until her death, which possession was entirely permissive on the part of your Oratrix and sisters and not adverse to their rights. On the twenty sixth day of June Anno Domino one thousand eight hundred and forty six the said Rhoda Pulliam died in possession of said slaves leaving no will and of her estate Thomas Byrd is the administrator upon whom soon afterwards a demand of Leah and her children was made whom he refused to deliver.
Proceeding at once against the said Thomas B. Byrd would have been instituted, but the title of Rhoda Pulliam at a time prior to the gift aforesaid was in litigation and your Orator and Oratrix availed the result of this controversy which resulted in favor of the title of Rhoda Pulliam. In this contest the rights of your Oratrix and her sisters was not at all involved. So soon as the question of title to said slaves was settled as above an action of controversy was instituted by the defendant and Thomas W. Brooks for his interest in said slaves in which he was non suited upon the ground that such action could not be maintained for an undivided interest in slaves existing in right of a ?fione avvast his wife. This claim though apparently long delayed is one to which your Orator and Oratrix have been always alive and which has always been urged by some of the parties in interest.
At the death of Rhoda Pulliam, Leah had the following children, Ally, Caleb, Hannah, Sarah, Winny, Adam, Melzao and since then, has had Francis and an infant not named. Since the death of Rhoda Pulliam the said slaves have been in the possession of the said Thomas B. Byrd, who however does not claim them in his own right but only as the administrator of his said interest.
Your Orator and Oratrix charge that the hire of these slaves since the death of said Rhoda Pullliam is of the value of Five Hundred and Seventy five dollars per annum.
Your Orator and Oratrix desire that in as much as these slaves have been raised among the relations of your Oratrix and being the gift of a relation have in their estimation a peculiar value and the desire and ask the aid of this court for this specific delivery of said slaves for the purpose of partition between your Orator and Oratrix and her sisters and Thier husband. The aunt of kin of Rhoda Pulliam, who have an interest in the result of this litigation are so far as your Orator knows Fanny Mitchell, living in Alabama, Anna Cooper living in Mississippi, Larkin Pulliam, nephew of said Rhoda Pulliam son of John Pulliam deceased, the next of kin of Charles Fooshe, deceased whose names are not at this moment known to hour Orator and Oratrix and when known they will be ? interest in the bill, Zachariah Gholstein and Benjamin Gholstein, children of Elezabeth Gholstein deceased who live in Georgia.

THERE ARE MANY DEPOSITIONS-HAND WRITTING ON SOME IS VERY DIFFICULT TO READ.
Deposition of Wiley Pulliam

Deposition of John P. Coleman
Mississippi
Holmes County
Franklin
In '35 or'36 was the _____ through the farm of Mrs. Lucy Pulliam. Mrs. L. Pulliam and the _____ Leah was with Mrs. L. Pulliam the girl was with them. At that time none of the daughters were married. I remember Anna Cooper, sister of Rhody Pulliam. John P. Coleman is the nephew of Rhody Pulliam, his mother is having_____
Leah was sold to John P. Coleman after having been returned to Rhoda Pulliam and repurchased by Rhoda Pulliam from John P. Coleman.

Deposition of Martha A. Pulliam
Knows the negro woman Leah and her Childerns. Knew Rhody Pulliam. It was Thomas W. Brooks that wanted to get Leah and Childerns from him he (Thomas Brooks) should not have any part of her property. She R.P. said this because R. Brooks & Rody Pulliam daughter of L. Pulliam have been troubling her for moving a negro.
_____ with R. Pulliam for company when sick-R. P. was in _____ health-The year 1846. In her conversations said that know slave Leah _____

Other names listed in depositions;
John W. Fooshe
William Cobb
Fannie Fooshe married Thomas B. Byrd who died on Feb. 13, 1857
John Davis a member of the family

Fanny Mitchel living in Alabama, Pickens County-Mahala and Mathew were living in Alabama.
Anna Cooper living in Mississippi and John P. Coleman living in Franklin, Holmes County, Mississippi-Rhoda and William Sanders were living in Pontotoc County, Mississippi.
MAY 28, 1851
Delivering a copy to Lewis Busby and delivering a copy to Thomas W. Brooks.

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1853
ABBEVILLE BANNER-NOVEMBER 3, 1853
The subscriber offers for sale his valuable plantation situated between Abbeville Court House and Cokesbury and immediately on the Abbeville branch of the Greenville and Columbia Rail Road, two miles from the Cokesbury Depot, contains 1400 acres.......on BAGGS AND BROOKS CREEK.
W. G. Lomax ( Warren George Lomax)

COUNTY, SC-DEC. 16, 1779
WILLIAM HERRING & his wife Delilah of Berkley Co., Ninety Six Dist., SC to JOHN BAGGS of same, by grant dated 4-21-1774 to WILLIAM HERRING, 300 acres in Barkley County in the fork between Broad & Saludy Rivers on a small branch of Cannons Creek called Roofs branch adj. land of Thomas Hamilton, Jeremiah Williams, now conveyed for 300 sterling. William (Seal), Delilah Herring (Seal), Wit: Nathan Brown, William Bean, William Hamilton.

SAME DAY, NEXT ARTICLE:
In ordinary........ James M. Carwile, appl/t vs. Ransom A. BROOKS, James A. Brooks and others......W. A. Brooks, William H. Wilson, Emory D. Brooks, and others, defentdants, reside without the limits of this State.
F.W. Selleck, O.A.D.

1860
SEPT. 11, 1860-CENSUS-COKESBURY TOWNSHIP-ABBEVILLE DIST., SC
#2257
Thos. Brooks age 44 Overseer value of real state $1,200
value of personal property $1,200
Lizzie Brooks age 44
Andrew P. Brooks age 22 Day Laborer
Lucy C. Brooks age 21
Mary Brooks age 19
Thos. Brooks age 17 Day Laborer
John R. Brooks age 13
Joel Brooks age 9
Preston S. Brooks age 6

Living beside
William Caldwell age 47 Farmer value of real estate $21,000
personal property $16,00
Nancy Caldwell age 40 (Nancy Fowler)
Manibla Caldwell age 15
William Caldwell age13
John Vance age 55 Farmer value of real estate $17,000
Nancy Vance age 53
Mary Vance age 17
"Hodges"- Cokesbury P.O.
Warren, Vincent age 50M born SC 1810 Farmer
David Owens age 40M born VA 1820 Mattrass Maker
Dilly Owens age 27F born SC
John Owens age 6M born SC

1870-Press and Banner-Jan. 14, 1870
By order of Court of Probate, I will sell on Sale day in Febrary next the real estate of John H. Waller, dec'd, situated on IRON CREEK, adfoining lands of T. Chatham, P. McKellar, Thomas Brooks, and others.
H.S. Cason, S.A.C.
1870-Press and Banner-February 4, 1870
By the Judge of Probate: the real estate of John H. Waller, dec'd, consisting of 314 acres, was sold for $2,640.00, William Allenburg the purchaser.

1870 CENSUS-COKESBURY TWP.-ABBEVILLE DIST., SC-June 1
#455
T.W. Brooks age 55 Farmer value real estate $3,000.00 Personal $3,000 born SC
E. A. Brooks age 55 keeping house
L. C. Brooks age 26 at home
Mary Brooks age 24
J. A. Brooks age 20
Maria Brooks age 17
P. S. Brooks age 15

1870 CENSUS
#317
Smithville Twp., Abbeville Dist., SC
Thos. W. Brooks age 26 farmer no property
Jane S. Brooks age 22
Carrie E. Brooks age 4
John T. Brooks age 2

1870 CENSUS
#251
Long Cane Twp.-Abbeville Dist., SC
J. R. Brooks age 21 farmer property-$1,200 personal-$200
Alice Brooks age 26
William S. Brooks age 1

1870-JANUARY 14-PRESS AND BANNER
By order of Court of Probate, I will sell on Sale day in February next the real estate of John H. Waller, dec'd, situated on Iron Creek, adjoining lands of T. Chatham, P. McKellar, Thomas Brooks, and others.
H. S. Cason, S. A. C.


1874-MAY 17-BENJAMIN MAULDIN TO THOMAS W. BROOKS
RELEASE FOR ACRE LAND
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
PICKENS COUNTY

Know all men by these present that I Benjamin Mauldin in the State a fore said for and in consideration of the sum of One Hundred Dollars to me paid by Thomas W. Brooks in the State aforesaid have Granted, bargained , sold and released and by these presents do grant bargain sell and release unto the said Thomas W. Brooks Two Lots of Land in the Town of Easley No. 70 and No 71 containing near One Acre Lying on the West side of Pumpkintown Street and next to Allen Mauldins Land.....To have and to holdall and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Thomas W. Brooks and his Heirs and assigns forever.....Witness my hand and seal this day of in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and seventy four and in the Ninety Eighth year of the Sovereignty and Independence of the United States of America Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of
W. A. Clyde
J. Perry Looper
Benjamin Mauldin

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
PICKENS COUNTY
Personally appeared before me W. A. Clyde and made Oath that he saw the withnese named Benjamin Mauldin sign and seal and as his Act and deed deliver the within written deed and that he with J. Perry Looper witnessed the execution thereof Swore to before me this 16th day Mary 1874.
R. E. Holcombe Notary Public
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
PICKENS COUNTY
I R E Holcombe Notary Public do hereby entify unto all whom I may concern that Maoma Mauldin wife of the within Benjamin Mauldin did this day appear before me and upon being privately and separately examined by me, did declare that she does freely Voluntarily and without any compulsion dread or fear of any person or persons whomsoever renounce, release and forever relinquish unto the within named Thomas W. Brooks his heirs and assigns all her interest and estate and also all her right and claim of Dower of in or to all and singular the premises within mentioned and released, give under may hand and seal this the seventieth day May Ami Domini 1874 Naoma Mauldin
R. E. Holcombe
Notary Public
Recorded the 4th day of August 1874 and examined S. D. Shutle
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HISTORY OF LAND THAT THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, SR. PURCHASED

1826
From Pickens District SC
Deed Book C-1 1834-1838
Jan. 7, 1826
Page 159-160 Pendleton District Land Deeds Book
JAMES SMITH to ALLEN MAULDIN
State of South Carolina Pendleton District, I James Smith of said District for the sum of five hudred dollars paid by Allen Mauldin of same a tract of land being part of a tract granted to PHILIP GADSDEN containing one hundred acres on Eighteen Mile Creek-Waters of Savanna River.
Dated Jan. 7, 1826. Signed: James Smith. Wit: Micajah Hughes, Hampton Smith. Proven Mar. 23, 1826 Rec. Aug. 3, 1829.

1836
Nov. 12, 1836
Page 336-337
ROBERT WILSON of Anderson District, state of South Carolina for the sum of $600.00 paid by William Holcombe of the District -Anderson-all that tract of land in the District of Pickens on Waters of Eighteen Mile Creek near Pickensville containing 200 acres bounded by lands of Maj. Andrew Hamilton, William Campbell, Allen Mauldin and James Mansell this conveyance supposed to contain considerably over 200 acres but whatever quantily it being part of a tract of land originally granted to CHRISTOPHER E. GADSDEN or rather to Philip Gadsden and sold by the Sheriff of Charleston to the said Christopher E. Gadsden and by him conveyed to me.
Dated Nov. 12, 1836
Signed: Robert Wilson
Witness: W. E. Holcombe, M. Loveland
Proved Dec. 1, 1836
Dower released at Anderson District South Carolina before Van A. Lawhorn, Clerk of Court, Sarah Wilson wife of the Robert Wilson Dec. 31, 1836

1837
Jan. 12, 1837
Page 338 Anderson District, South Carolina
Paid by John P. Archer For the sum of $600.00 to William Holcombe all that tract of land situate in the District of Pickens on the Waters of Eighteen Mile Creek near to Pickensville containing 200 acres bounded by lands of Maj. Andrew Hamilton, William Campbell, Allen Mauldin and James Mansell. It being part of a tract of land originally granted to Philip Gadsden and sold by the Sheriff of Charleston to the Rev. Christopher E. Gadsden by him conveyed to Robert Wilson and by him to me.
Dated Jan. 12, 1837.
Signed: William Holcombe
Witness: W. E. Holcombe, Malashi Loveland
Proved Jan. 26, 1837
Recorded March 20, 1837

1837
Jan. 12, 1837
Page 334-335 Anderson District, State of South Carolina
JOHN P. ARCHER for the sum of $700.00 paid by STEPHEN WATSON of the same District all that tract of land situate in the District of Pickens on the Waters of Eighteen Mile Creek near to Pickensville containing two hundred acres by lands of Major Andrew Hamilton, William Campbell, Allen Mauldin and James Masell it being part of a tract of land originally granted to Philip Gadsden and sold by the Sheriff of Charleston to the Rev. Christopher E. Gadsden by him conveyed to Robert Wilson by him to William Holcombe.
Proved Jan. 26, 1837--Dower released by Malinda Archer the wife of the named John P. Archer
Jan. 25, 1837.
Recorded March 20, 1837.

SEE: 1832 March 13 Abbeville District Wills Box 102 Pack 2508 STEPHEN WATSON
Witness: James
Robert Buchanan
JOEL SMITH
STEPHEN BUZBY-Lewis BUZBY married Mary Pulliam-Eliza Ann Pulliams' sister
Children: Moren Watson, Matthew Watson, Sarah Cobb
Son-in-law: Steth Howlet, JAMES JOHNSTON
"Gave STEVEN PULLIAM" a negro.
Sett: May 3, 1842
Sarah Cobb in MISS
Her children:
1. Thomas A. Cobb
2. Lewis B. Cobb
Morten Watson's Children:
1. Matilda Watson
2. Hulda Watson Pulliam-married Larkin Pulliam
3. Belinda Watson
4. John A. Watson
5. Nancy Watson
Represented by: Esq. McCants, Robert E. Buchanan, Larkin Pulliam, John & Jabel Watson.

SEE: Greenville County, SC Deed Book H, page 260
#2960 Dec. 31, 1808
ARCHER BROOKS (Montgomery Co., KY) to Eliott CLARDY (Greenville Dist); for 4105 sold 200 acres on Beaverdam Creek, waters of Enoree River; borders at a white oak on said CLardy's line, joins a branch & a conditional line between YOUNG GRIFFIN & Page Rickett.
Signed Archer Brooks' mark "X"
Witness: Robert Nelson, Jr.
Ephraim Christopher
Wit. Oath Jan. 16, 1809 by Ephraim Christopher before John Cox JQ
Recorded May 26, 1807 book H. page 260

Greenville County, SC Deed Book H
Page # 433 Dec. 31, 1808
Young Girffin (Greeneville District) to ARCHER BROOKS (same) for $100.00 sold 200 acres on waters of Beaverdam Creek branches of Enoree River border on Elliot Clardy's line joins a conditional line between Young GRIFFIN & Page Puckett, Witness: Robert Nelson, Jr., Ephraim Christopher
Recorded Feb. 7, 1811 book H page 433
Recorded

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1874-JULY 25
P. S. Brooks July 25, 1874 $10.50
In the estate papers of Robert Elliot Holcombe, Pickens County, SC

1875 AUGUST 18th
THE PICKENS SENTINEL
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Pickens County,
In the Probate Court.
Nancy Henderson, Petitioner, aginst John Wilson et al, Respondents
Petition to apply sles of real estates to payment of debt.
It appearing to my satisfaction that, J. W. Nally, Cunningham Nally, Jefferson Nally, heirs of Isabella Wilson, to wit Sarah Ellis, Elizabeth Brooks, Adaline Grant, G. J. Wilson and Susan Griffin, defendants in this case, are absent from and reside beyoud the limits of this State.
On motion of Holcombe & Child, re tet., it is ordered that they appear personally or by attorney, at my office in Picken Courthouse on Wednesday, the 18th of August, 1875, to show cause, if say they as why the ____ of the petitioner, now on file in my office, shall not __ ____ or their content will be

LAURENS COUNTY- JULY 3, 1809
Deed Book page 88
Witness: William Brooks, Jr.
Daniel Long
Robert Long
Alexander Adair to Benjamin WILSON
South Fork of Duncans' Creek part of Grant 1786 by Moultrie

JAMES WILSON b. August 1775 in SC
married MARY PULLIAM about 1800
chidern born in Laurens County 1801, 1804 & 1806

MIDDLETON NALLEY b. 1797 d. 1871 in Anderson Co., SC
married MARGARET WILSON b. 1791 SC

1875 SEPTEMBER 10
THE PICKENS SENTINEL
Court of Common Pleas
Baylis W. Mansell, Thomas Fletcher Mansell, Camilla Hendricks and husband James B. Hendricks, Malinda A. Thigpen and husband Caleb Thigpen, Plaintiffs,
against
James Baswell, Robert Bowen, William A. Clyde, Henry C. Briggs, THOMAS W. BROOKS,George N. Brown, James R Glazener, Paschal D. Cureton, Nancy A. Green, William B. Bramlett, Allen J. Mauldin, Robert Elliott Holcombe, Washington E. Halcombe, William H. Halcombe, Thomas W. Russell, Orland C. Folger, and Atlanta and Richmond Air Line Co., Defendants.
Copy of Summons for Relief
To the heirs at law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, wife of ____ Johnson, now deceased-names and numbers unknown, defendants in this action.
You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for said county, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscribers at their office, in the city of Greenville, SC within twenty days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of the day of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Sept, 10, 1875
WHITNER & SYMMES
Plaintiffs Attorneys.

1880 CENSUS-LIBERTY TWP., PICKENS CO., SC
BROOKS, Thomas, Sr. age 64 Farmer b. SC father b. VA mother b. SC
Eliza A. age 64 Housekeeper b. SC father b. VA mother b. VA
Lucy C. age 38 Daughter At Home
Joel A. age 30 Son At Home
Maria age 28 Daughter At Home
Preston S. age 25 Son Farmer
Lemuel P. age 9 Nephew (this is belived to be incorrect -they
Gadsden M. age 7 Nephew appear to be grandsons.)
Luralia age 1 Grand Daughter
Living near:
Laban Mauldin age 38
Mary A. age 36
Rogers, Cassandre age 71
Rogers, Milton T. age 40
Martha A. age 37
Sarah J. age 13
Francis A. C. age 11
James D. age 9
Laban A. age 7
John M. age 3


Children of ELIZABETH PULLIAM and THOMAS BROOKS are:
i. ANDREW PULLIAM6 BROOKS, b. 1838, South Carolina; d. June 14, 1865, Elmira Prison. NY.

Notes for ANDREW PULLIAM BROOKS:
1ST REGIMENT RIFLES
Known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, in July, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. The unit was first stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "The Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor. Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, fifty-nine percent were killed, wounded, or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Second Manasses and 170 at Fredericksburg, then lost forty-none percent of the 233 at Chancellorsville and three percent of the 366 at Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The Wilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at Spotsylvania, 3 killed and 34 wounded at Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church. It surrendered 9 officers and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W. Livingston, J. Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels William M. Hadden, J. E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B. Moore and Leonard Rogers.

BOOK OF THE DEAD
South Carolina Troops, Confederate States Service

Brooks, Andrew P. Abbeville District Private Co. G Orrs Rifles 1st Regiment
Date of Death: 1865 In Elmira Pris. N.Y.

South Carolina Soldiers, Sailors and Citizens Held in US Prisons 1861-1865 page 52
Andrew P. Brooks Pvt. Co. G Orr's Riffles Captured at Falling Waters, MD July 14, 1863 Prison in Baltimore, MD
Aug. 16, 1863 Moved to Pt. Lookout, MD
Aug. 18, 1864 Moved to Elmira, NY
July 15, 1865 Died in Prison of Chron. Diarrhea
Complied Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of South Carolina. National Archives microfilm Series M267 in 392 rolls. P113, P116, P120.
Frances Ingmire & Carolyn Ericson, Confederate P.O.W.'s Soldiers & Sailors Who Died in Federal Prisons & Military Hospitals in the North. Complied in the Office of the Commissioner for Marking Ground of Confederate Dead, War Department, 1912. (J.P. 1984) P12

July 14, 1863 THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN
What seems to have happened was that in the morning of the 14th, while in pursuit of Lee's army, Buford's division coming from the east and Kilpatrick's from the north approached the position occupied by Heth's division on a ridge about a mile and a half from Falling Waters. Pender's division on a ridge about a mile and a half from Falling Waters. Pender's division lay back of Heth's waiting its turn to march over the pontoon bridge. Kilpatrick arrived a little ahead of Buford. His attack was a complete surprise, and he caught the Confederates, who were tired out from the night's hard march, napping amidst their stacked and unloaded arms. Fortunately for the Southerners Kilpatrick generalship was faulty. He permitted two small squadrons without any supports to rush ahead and make the initial charge, but they only served to alert the enemy without causing him Much harm, except for the loss of General Pettigrew who in the melee received a mortal wound. The Confederates, wielding Thier rifles as clubs and in some instances using fence rails or axes, knocked most of the troopers from their horses and killed or wounded them. Kilpatrick, however, renewed his attack, while Buford struck the Confederates on their right and rear. Before Heth could get this own and Pender's division across the river, they had lost 719 officers and men as prisoners; of these about 230 came from Brockenbrough's' brigade, which had borne much of the fighting, and nearly 200 from Colonel Lowrance's (Scales's) Buford reported he had captured over 500 prisoners, Kilpatrick claimed upwards of 1,500, Meade combined the two and set the figure at 2,000, but Lee admitted the loss of only an indeterminate number of stragglers. However, General Patrick, whose responsibility it was to herd all prisoners, confirmed that Buford's figures were quite accurate. The Yankees might have make an even greater haul of rebels if Kilpatrick had exercised greater control over his men and coordinated his movements with Buford's.

ii. LUCY C. BROOKS, b. August 1840, Abbeville Co., SC; d. 1925, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch Meth. Ch. Cem., Easley, SC.

Notes for LUCY C. BROOKS:
Never married.

1900 CENSUS-TWP #1 EASLEY, PICKENS COUNTY, SC
Brook, Lucie C. age 60 Head House Keeping
Mariah age 49 Sister House Keeping
owned or rented R
owned free or mortgaged F
Farm or House H
months not employed 12 for both
Can read yes
Can write yes
Lived near:
Robinson, Arthor H. age 40 Head
Elizabeth L. age 37 Wife
Freeman, Joseph B. age 33 Head b 1867
Frank Belt age 19 Hirling b. 1881

1910 CENSUS-EASLEY, PICKENS COUNTY, SC
Nalley, William W.T. Head age 62 Farmer General Farm own
Eva Sister age 62
James A. Son age 23
Vernessa Daughter age 16
Brooks, Lucy Boarder age 65 Nurse Private Family
Maria Boarder age 50 Nurse Private Family

1920 CENSUS-EASLEY, SOUTH 5TH STREET, PICKENS COUNTY, SC
Balentine, Holy B. Head age 53 no trade
King, Clora Daughter age 26
Brooks, Lucie Boarder age 81 no trade
Maria Boarder age 65 no trade
Lived near:
Oats, Willliam R. Head age 54 farmer
C. Frances Wife age 53
Annebelle Daughter age 22
Doe Daughter age 18
Johny Son age 7






iii. MARY BROOKS, b. 1841.
36. iv. THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, JR., CAPT., b. August 1844, Cokesbury Dist., Abbeville Co., SC, now Greenwood Co.; d. December 18, 1928, Baldwin, GA buried at New Hope Church, Cornelia, GA..
37. v. JOHN ROBERT BROOKS, b. 1847, possible Abbeville Dist., SC; d. October 30, 1876, Easley Station, Pickens Co., SC.
vi. JOSEPH (JOEL) A. BROOKS, b. August 1849, Abbeville Dist., SC; d. April 07, 1910, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch Meth. Ch. Cem., Easley, SC.

Notes for JOSEPH (JOEL) A. BROOKS:
Never married.
Raised Niece Lula May Brooks, daughter of brother Preston Brooks.

1900 CENSUS-EASLEY TOWNSHIP #1, PICKENS COUNTY, SC
Addington, Robert P. born 1871 married for 5 years
Martha L. born 1878 married for 5 years
Albert P. son born 1896
Lowry son born 1899
Brooks, Joseph A. uncle (of Martha L. Brooks) born Aug. 1849


vii. MARIAH BROOKS, b. February 1853, Abbeville Co., SC; d. 1926, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch Meth. Ch. Cem., Easley, SC.

Notes for MARIAH BROOKS:
Never married.

38. viii. PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER BROOKS, b. September 24, 1854, Cokesbury Twp. Abbeville Dist., SC; d. April 27, 1899, Baldwin Ga. buried @Level Grove Baptist Church\ City Cem. in Habersham Co..


18. RHODA5 PULLIAM (LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1818 in Abbeville Dist., SC, and died in Pontotoc Co., Miss.. She married WILLIAM M. SANDERS. He was born 1821 in Alabama, and died in Pontotoc Co., Miss..

Notes for WILLIAM M. SANDERS:
1822 August 14 Donald SANDERS
Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
BOX 85, Pack 2086
Will dated Aug. 14 1822 in Abbeville, Distr. Prov. Sept. 2, 1822
Exr:
Thomas P. Martin
Witness:
Jacob Martin
E. S. Murray
Henry Power
Mother:
SARAH BROOKS
Brother:
Thomas A. Sanders
Half sister:
AMANDA BROOKS

1843-Nov. 28
WILLIAM T. SANDERS
Mississippi Land Records-Pontotoc County-Chickasaw Base Line
Document No. 14766-160 Acres

1844-Dec. 9
WILLIAM T. SANDERS
Mississippi Land Records-Pontotoc County-Chickasaw Base Line
Document No. 16199-160 Acres

1845 CENSUS
Mississippi-Tippah County page 37-No Township listed
WILLIM T. SANDERS

1860 CENSUS
Pontotoc Sounty, Miss.
WILLIAM SANDERS age 39 born in Alabama
Rhoda age 39 born in SC
Eliza A. age 15 born in Alabama

1870 CENSUS
Mississippi Pontotoc County pp. 315 Township 10
WILLIAM SANDERS age 49 Farmer born Ala
personal property $400 real estate $200
Rhoda age 52 Keeping House born SC
William age 18 Farmer born Miss
Lucy age 22 At Home born Miss



Children of RHODA PULLIAM and WILLIAM SANDERS are:
39. i. ELIZABETH ANN6 SANDERS, b. 1845, Alabama.
ii. LUCY SANDERS, b. 1848.
iii. WILLIAM SANDERS, b. 1852.


19. JOHN S.5 ANDERSON (SAMUEL4, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1807. He married LOUISA.

Child of JOHN ANDERSON and LOUISA is:
i. SAMUEL6 ANDERSON.


20. WALTER CARTER5 ANDERSON (SAMUEL4, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1812, and died 1877. He married (1) MARY EDWARDS. He married (2) PATIENCE READY.

Children of WALTER ANDERSON and PATIENCE READY are:
i. GIBEON WALTER6 ANDERSON.
ii. SAMUEL MATHEW ANDERSON.


Generation No. 6

21. WASHINTON LUDLOW6 HODGES (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1827. He married ANN ELIZABETH WARING PARKER, daughter of WILLIAM PARKER and SARA CONNOR.

Children of WASHINTON HODGES and ANN PARKER are:
i. ANNIE7 HODGES, m. WALTER LINDAMOOD; b. Wythevillle, VA.
ii. FRANK EMORY HODGES, m. JENNIE LOU HODGES.
40. iii. BESSIE HODGES.
iv. LUDLOW HODGES, m. JANIE REED.
v. GEORGIA HODGES.


22. ANNA REBECCA BOWEN6 HODGES (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1828, and died 1858. She married JOSEPH H. STOKES.

Notes for ANNA REBECCA BOWEN HODGES:
1858 July 30
Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six & Abbeville District Wills & Bonds
STOKES, ANNA R.
Box 148, Pack 4201
Est Admnr. by W. Ludlow Hodges, G.W. Hodges, Lewis Dantzler bound to William Aill Ord. sum $10,00.00.

Child of ANNA HODGES and JOSEPH STOKES is:
41. i. LAURA JOSEPHINE7 STOKES.


23. VICTORIA AMERICA6 HODGES (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1831. She married LAWRENCE R. DANTZLER.

Children of VICTORIA HODGES and LAWRENCE DANTZLER are:
42. i. GEORGE7 DANTZLER.
ii. JOHN DANTZLER, m. MAGGIE LUMLEY.
iii. LAWRENCE DANTZLER, m. MARY E. SMITH.


24. JOHN FLETCHER6 HODGES (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1833. He married MARY TOWNSEND, daughter of JOEL WILSON TOWNSEND.

Children of JOHN HODGES and MARY TOWNSEND are:
i. FRANK CONNOR7 HODGES.
ii. REBECCA DOUGLASS HODGES, m. JESSE C. ELLIS.
43. iii. FLETCHER DANTZLER HODGES.
44. iv. BOB SHIVER HODGES.


25. MARY EDWINA6 HODGES (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1839, and died 1898. She married E. J. WISS. He was born in Charleston, SC.

Children of MARY HODGES and E. WISS are:
i. ROSA7 WISS.
ii. VICTORIA WISS, d. Meridian, MISS.


26. GABRIEL MITCHELL6 HODGES (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1841. He married IMOGENE PETRONELLA CANTEY.

Children of GABRIEL HODGES and IMOGENE CANTEY are:
i. GABRIEL MITCHELL7 HODGES, JR..
ii. MARY CANTEY HODGES.
iii. BENNETT HODGES.
iv. HELEN M. HODGES.
v. MITCHELL HODGES.


27. SOPHRONIA6 HODGES (GABRIEL HEYWARD5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married (1) JOSEPH CANTEY. She married (2) GEORGE ALLEN.

Children of SOPHRONIA HODGES and JOSEPH CANTEY are:
i. IMOGENE7 CANTEY.
ii. MARY J. CANTEY.


Children of SOPHRONIA HODGES and GEORGE ALLEN are:
iii. LYNN7 ALLEN.
iv. GEORGE C. ALLEN.


28. GABRIELLA6 HODGES (GABRIEL HEYWARD5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married FRANK ANDERSON.

Child of GABRIELLA HODGES and FRANK ANDERSON is:
i. CANTEY7 ANDERSON.


29. HARRIETT JANE6 HODGES (GABRIEL HEYWARD5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married THOMAS BOLT MAHON.

Notes for THOMAS BOLT MAHON:
Merchant at Cokesbury

Children of HARRIETT HODGES and THOMAS MAHON are:
i. CARRIE7 MAHON.
ii. MARY MAHON, m. DR. WILSON.
iii. BELLE MAHON, m. WALTER F. PICKELL.
iv. THOMAS MCSWAIN MAHON, b. 1861; d. 1946; m. SUSAN GRAY; b. Cokesbury, SC.

Notes for THOMAS MCSWAIN MAHON:
Lived in Williamston, SC

v. GABRIEL HEYWARD MAHON, m. MARY BROWN.


30. MAHULDA6 DOUGLASS (DRUSCILLA5 HODGES, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married JOHN WENTWORTH MCKELLAR, DR., son of JOHN MCKELLAR and NANCY.

Notes for JOHN WENTWORTH MCKELLAR, DR.:
Located first at Winterseat, south of Hard Labor Creek, and practiced medicine in that community for many years. Sometime during the Condederate War, he and his family removed to lamar, GA.\, then to Ellaville, GA. His mother went with hima and in Ellaville married Mr. Penney.

Children of MAHULDA DOUGLASS and JOHN MCKELLAR are:
45. i. JOHN DONALD7 MCKELLAR, b. 1837; d. 1883.
ii. ELIZABETH MCKELLAR.


31. REUBEN MILTON6 NASH (MARGARET LONG5 HODGES, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 1825, and died June 01, 1850. He married ERMINIA BENTON RAIN, daughter of DANIEL RAIN and PHERIBA BENTON.

Child of REUBEN NASH and ERMINIA RAIN is:
i. REUBEN BOLIVAR7 NASH, m. ANN MANLEY; b. Monroeville, ALA.


32. ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES (SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 05, 1842 in Cokesbury, Greenwood Co., SC, and died April 15, 1914 in Laurens, SC. She married WILLIAM YANCEY SHERARD August 18, 1858 in Cokesbury, Greenwood Co., SC, son of WILLIAM SHERARD and PHOEBE BEATY. He was born May 07, 1838 in Moffettesville, Anderson Co., SC, and died October 21, 1864 in Civil War, Fort Harrison, Richmond, Va..

More About ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER HODGES:
Fact 1: Buried in City Cem., Laurens, SC

Children of ANZELLE HODGES and WILLIAM SHERARD are:
46. i. JULIA ALPHA7 SHERARD, b. August 11, 1860, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; d. November 05, 1929, Laurens, SC buried @ City Cem..
47. ii. WILLIAM YANCEY SHERARD, JR., b. July 02, 1862, Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC; d. March 13, 1904, Orangeburg, SC buried @ Pres. Ch. Cem., Ninety Six, SC.
iii. SAMUEL HODGES SHERARD, b. March 1865, Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC; d. April 14, 1938, Ninety Six, SC Buried @ Mt. Lebanon U. Meth. Ch..


33. SAMUEL BENJAMIN6 HODGES (SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1844, and died 1936. He married HARRIET LOUISE BAILEY.

Children of SAMUEL HODGES and HARRIET BAILEY are:
48. i. SAMUEL CONNOR7 HODGES.
ii. ANNIE HODGES, m. JAMES E. CRYMES.
iii. HARRIET (HATTIE) LOUISE HODGES.
49. iv. JAMES BAILEY HODGES.
50. v. LEE HODGES.
vi. JOHN FRANK HODGES, m. GEORGIA TRAXLER.


34. GEORGE CONNOR6 HODGES (SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1851, and died 1925. He married CORINNE WALDROP. She was born in Cokesbury, SC.

Children of GEORGE HODGES and CORINNE WALDROP are:
i. GEORGE CONNOR7 HODGES, JR., m. ELIZE SMITH.
ii. SUSIE HODGES.


35. ELLA BELINDA6 HODGES (SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1853, and died 1936. She married A. ST. CLAIR LEE. He was born 1851, and died 1913.

Children of ELLA HODGES and A. LEE are:
i. FITZHUGH7 LEE.
ii. J. ALISON LEE, m. SADIE SULLIVAN.
iii. ARTHUR LEE.
iv. STEPHEN D. LEE.
v. LAWRENCE LEE.
vi. JULIA LEE.
vii. ELLA HODGES LEE, m. WHITFIELD CARLISLE WHARTON.


36. THOMAS WARREN6 BROOKS, JR., CAPT. (ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 1844 in Cokesbury Dist., Abbeville Co., SC, now Greenwood Co., and died December 18, 1928 in Baldwin, GA buried at New Hope Church, Cornelia, GA.. He married (1) LUCINDA ALICE ADELAIDE PEDEN, daughter of DAVID PEDEN and LUCINDA TERRY. She was born November 25, 1856 in Simpsonville,SC, and died February 14, 1912 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Hopewell Meth. Ch.. He married (2) CYNTHIA JANE STRAWHORN 1865, daughter of JAMES STRAWHORN and LOUANY ELLIS. She was born May 11, 1847 in Cornacre, Abbeville Co., SC, now Greenwood Co., and died January 07, 1889 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Magnolia Cem., Greenwood, SC.

Notes for THOMAS WARREN BROOKS, JR., CAPT.:
1861-July 20th
Confederate 1 Rifles (Orr's) SC
Thos. W. Brooks
Private Capt. Geo. McDuffie Miller's Co.
Orr's Reg't, South Carolina Rifles
Age: 18 years
Appears on:
Company Muster-in Roll
of the organization named above. Roll dated
Camp Pickens Sandy Springs
Anderson, SC July 20, 1861
Muster in to date July 20, 1861

Joined for duty and enrolled
When July 20, 1861
Where Anderson Dist. Camp Pickens
By whom W. B. Sloan CSA
Period three years or the war
This company subsequently became Company G, 1st (Orr's) Regiment, South Carolina Rifles.
This Regiment was organized with ten companies, A to H, K and L, July 20, 1861, for three years or the war. It was designated the 1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles by the A. & I. G. O., but was known in the field as Orr's Regiment, South Carolina Rifles.

1ST REGIMENT RIFLES
Known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, in July, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, and Marion. The unit was first stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "The Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virginia with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's Brigade it fought with the army from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor (Jun 25, 1862-July 1, 1862). Later the regiment endured the hardships of the Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, fifty-nine percent were killed, wounded, or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Second Manasses and 170 at Fredericksburg, then lost forty-nine percent of the 233 at Chancellorsville and three percent of the 366 at Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The Wilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at Spotsylvania, 3 killed and 34 wounded at Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church. It surrendered 9 officers and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W. Livingston, J. Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels William M. Hadden, J. E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B. Moore and Leonard Rogers.
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Company Muster Roll
for July 20, 1861 to Aug 31, 1861
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Company Muster Ro
for dated Oct. 31, 1861
_____________________________________________________________
Company Muster Roll
for Nov. & Dec. 1861
Last paid:
By whom: Capt. Hutson Lee
To what time: Oct. 31, 1861
Present or absent: Present
______________________________________________________________
Company Muster Roll
for Jan. & Feb. 1862
Last paid:
By whom: Capt. T. B. Lee
To what time: Jan. 1, 1862
Present or absent: Present
______________________________________________________________
Company Muster Roll
for Mar. & April 1862
Last paid:
By whom: Capt. Thos. B. Lee
To what time: Feb. 28, 1862
Present or absent: Present
______________________________________________________________
Appears on
Regimental Return
for the month of: October 1862
About enlisted Men accounted for:
Absent wounded
______________________________________________________________
Company Muster Roll
for Nov. & Dec. 1862
Remarks:
Wounded at Manasses & ordered unfit for service.
Discharged Dec. 19, 1862

The grandchildren of Shelton O. and Anna Eugenia Brooks Shore remember Anna telling the story of how her father, Thomas W. Brooks, Jr., was once hiding from Union soldiers and scared them away from the house by dressing himself up as a ghost with a white cotton beard and flour on his face and appearing in an upstairs window. This must have been after he was discharged and sent home. This would mean that the home they were living in Cokesbury had a second floor.

1870 Census-Smithville Township, Abbeville District, SC
Thomas W. Brooks age 26 M W Farmer
Jane S. age 22 F W Keeping house
Annie E. age 4 F W
John R. age 2 M W

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Methodist Church Members in 1876
MT. Olivet Methodist Church now The First Methodist Church of Easley, SC
Name Residence: Dated joined:

Brooks, Thos. W., Sr. Liberty Feb. 1875
Brooks, Thomas W., Jr. 4 miles East Feb. 1875
Brooks, Preston L. " Feb. 1875
Brooks, Mrs. Cynthia J. " Feb. 1875
Brooks, Mrs. Eliza A. " Feb. 1875
Brooks, Miss Lucy C. " Feb. 1875
Brooks, Miss Maria " Feb. 1875
Brooks, Joseph Easley Station Jun 12, 1876
Brooks, Jno T. (Dead) 1877
Brooks, Anne E. 1877
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1877-JUNE 14
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
RELEASE FOR 2 LOTS IN EASLEY
R. E. BOWEN
W. C. BRIGGS
T.W. RUSSELL
TO
T. W. BROOKS, JR.
Know all men by these presents, that we R. E. Bowen, T. W. Russell and G. C. Briggs, trustees of Pickens County in the State aforesaid in consideration of the sum of Five dollars to us paid by T. W. Brooks , Jr. of Pickens County, in the State aforesaid have granted, bargained, sold and released and by these presents do grant bargain sell and release unto the said T. W. Brooks, Jr. all those 2 Lots or parcels of land situate in the Town of Easley, County of Pickens and State aforesaid, known in the old Plat of the Town as Nos 70 & 71 each containing one fourth of an acre and Seventy Nine rods, more or less.
Recorded 6th November 1877 and examined by me J. J. Lewis, CCP & RMC

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MOVED TO GA
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1878-May 9th-daughter, Anna Eugenia married Shelton Oliver Shore in Habersham County, GA.

1880 JUNE 8, CENSUS-BANKS COUNTY-GOLDEN HILL DIST.-DAIL #448 GEORGIA
Brooks, Thomas W. age 36 born SC Boss RR section
Cintha J. age 33 born SC Keeping House
John T. age 13 born SC at school
Fannie age 8 born SC at school
Mary A. age 5 born SC at school
Lucy E. age 3 born SC
Anna was married by this census.
Near:
Shore, Peter L. age 23 dry goods merchant
Mandy E. age 20 keeping house
Lanis age 3 son
Ella J. age 1 daughter

1880-December 10
STATE OF GEORGIA
BANKS COUNTY
This Indenture made this the 10th of December in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty between Mary A. Herrin of the County and State aforesaid on one part and Thomas W. Brooks of the same place on the other part. Witnessed that the said Mary A. Herrin for and in consideration of the sum of One Hundred and Two Dollars in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained sold and conveyed and by these presents do grant bargain sell and convey unto the said Thomas W. Brooks his heirs and assigns all that Tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in Longview formally called Lulah and known and distinguished in the place of Said Town as Lot No Six (6) and in block number one (1) fronting Rail Road Avenue Sixty Six and two third feet (66 2/3) and running back tow Hundred feet said tract of Land being on the corner of Cook Street and Tail Road Avenue being part of Land Lot No. Two Hundred in originally Habersham County now Banks. To have and to hold the sum tract or parcel of Land with all and singular the rights members and appetencies thereof to the same being belonging or in anywise appertaining to the proper use benefit and behalf of him the said Thomas W. Brooks his heirs executors administrators and assigns in fee simple. And the said Mary A. HERRIN her heirs executors and Administrators the said Bargained premises or tract of Land with the said Thomas W. Brooks his executors Administrators and assignee against the said Mary A. Herrin her heirs executors and Administrators and all and every other person or persons shall and will surround and forever.......
Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of M. A. Herrin
B. H. Oliver
Robert A. Wynn, J. P.
Recorded November 2, 1881

MARY A. HERRIN:
1870 Census GA Habersham County, Mud Creed District page 197
Herrin Simeon age 31 Farmer Real Estate $200.00 Personal Estate $300.00
Mary A. age 28
Mary A. age 5
not named 1/12

LAND IN LIBERTY WAS AUCTIONED:

1883-JANUARY 25th
THE PICKENS SENTINEL
DELINQUENT LAND SALE
Auditor's Office
Pickens C. H., SC Jan 22, 1883
EASLEY TOWNSHIP
T. Warren Brooks, 2 lots and 2 buildings
S. C. Clyde, 150 acres

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1883-Living in Marshall, Madison County, NC. Working on the railroad with his brother Preston Brooks. Preston was there with wife, Martha Jane Shore.

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MOVED TO GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA:
Was laying the railroad track through Greenville, SC when he lost his right leg in an accident.

1889-January 7th-Death of wife-Cynthia Jane Strawhorn- 42 years old-buried in Greenwood, SC in her father's burial plot.

1890 Living in Simpsonville, Greenville Co., SC

1890-November 24th
Alice Brooks Power of attorney to T. W. Brooks.
The State of South Carolina.
Know all _____ by these present that Alice Brooks of the County of Greenville in the state aforesaid, do Herby make constitute and appoint my husband, T. W. Brooks of the same place my true, sufficient and lawful attorney for me and in my name and stead, and to my use to ask, demand sue for, collect, receive and give acquittance for all such sums of money debts and demands what soever which which are on shall be due, owning and be longing to me, or detained from me, by any person or persons whom soever; to ask, demand, disdain for, collect and receive all such suits and ? and units, as now or may be often be due, or owning to me from any person or persons, as ? or occupants of any lands, tenants of hire amounts, belonging to or claimed by me when over in situated and upon occupant thereof to give proper acquittances and discharges hire of to execute the general c? and supervision over all my lands, Tennant and hire and al of my personal property, and to forbid by all lawful means, the commission of any trespass or wast ? or ? if my hire to, and ........

In Witness whereof & hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of November 1890
in the presence of
John Edwards...(Mary Grace Edwards married to Al ices' g.son Willliam Grady League)
Y. R. Scruggs...(Shore marriage)

1893-October 11th
Greenville County
State of South Carolina
......
And where as I the said Alice Brooks and dismiss of revoking , annulling and discontinuing said power of attorney now therefore know all men by these present that I the said Alice Brooks, have revoked and annulled and discontinued said power of Attorney and by these presents of revoke, annul and discontinue said poser of Attorney and the the said T. W. Brooks from this day has no right power or attorney to do or ? to be done any of theses acts or things there-in stated. Witness by hand and seal this 11th day of October A. D. 1893. Signed, Sealed and delivered in presence of
J. M. ?man
W. B. Stoddard Alice Brooks



1900 Census-Fairview Township, Greenville County, SC
Thomas W. Brooks b. Aug. 1844 age 53 b. SC
Mrs. T. W. wife b. Nov 1856 age 43 b. SC
Birdie (Bertie) son b. Mar 1891 age 9 b. SC
Marie daughter b. May 1893 age 7 b. SC
Gertrude daughter b. Dec 1894 age 5 b. SC
Carl son b. Dec. 1896 age 4 b. SC
THOMASON, Eddie ss b. Mar. 1879 age 21 b. SC
Nina sd b. Sept. 1880 age 19 b. SC
Annie sd b. Mar 1882 age 9 b. SC-
[Thomas Warren had a daughter named Annie-maybe this is the reason that Anner Shore was the name on her tombstone-to tell the difference between his step-daughter and his own daughter they changed her name to Anner.]
Capers ss b. Jan. 1884 age 6 b. SC

1901-April 10th-Marriage of Step son-Eddie Thomason to Margaret Mae Parson

1901-November 30th-Death of Step daughter Nina Lee Thomason-age 21

1905-February 3rd-recorded Feb. 14th, 1905
LOT NO.1 of the Frances Thomason Estate.
Ed Thomason of the County of Greenville, SC in consideration of the sum of $545.00 to Alice Brooks of the same place, have granted, bargained, sold and released, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and release unto the said Alice Brooks all my half interest in forty acres land deeded to us by Capers Thomason and Annie May Thomason on the 3rd February 1905 All that lot or parcel of land situate in the County and State aforesaid being lot No. 1 of the Frances Thomason Estate According to a survey made by J.A. Adams and hath the following meets and bounds to wit:
Bonded by J. M. Richardson, J. W. Jenkins and commencing at a stone on branch. J.M. Richardson corner running thence S. 60 E. to a stone thence S.5W4/80 to a stone on stage road, thence up said road N. 57 W. 6 to a stone, thence J.W. Jenkins corner.....
Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of
J.A. Adams
T. W. Brooks
Ed Thomason
Maggie Thomason the wife of Ed Thomason

1906-December 25th-Death of Step son Eddie Thomason-he was married and had 3 Children by this marriage-age 27 years

1908-October 23rd-Death of son Bertie Lee Brooks-age 17 years

1908-December 28th-Marriage of Step daughter, Annie Mae Thomason to William Donald League

1910 Census-Greenville County, SC
Thomas W. Brooks age 65
Alice-wife age 56
Marie-daughter age 16
Gertrude-daughter age 15
Carl P.-son age 13
THOMASON-Capers SS age 26

1912-January 30th-Will of Alice Brooks
State of South Carolina
County of Greenville
In the name of God Amen
I, L. Alice A. Brooks of Simpsonville, County & State aforesaid, Being of Sound mind & memory. Do make and Publish this my last will and testament. As follows:
1st- I give and bequeath to my beloved husband T. W. Brooks Ten Dollars
2nd-That all my Personal property be sold and after paying my funeral expenses and just & legal debts. The remainder to be divided between my children, Amie League, T.C. Thomason, heirs of E. E. Thomason, Deced. Marie, Gertrude and Carl Brooks. Share & share alike.
3rd-That my home place on which I now live be sold containing 75 acres more or less and situate about 1 1/2 miles south of Simpsonville, SC and be equally distributed. Share & share alike between, Marie, Gertrude, & Carl Brooks
4th-That my Place in Fair View Township, Greenville Co, SC containing 200 acres more of less be sold and equally divided Share & Share alike between my children, Amie League, heirs of D. E. Thomason Decd., F.C. Thomason, Marie, Gertrude & Carl Brooks
5th-It my will & desire that my son F.C. Thomason be Executor of this my last will & testament & I hereby revoke all former wills of mine
Given my hand & seal L. Alice A. Brooks
This 30th day on Jany. A. D. 1912
signed sealed in the presence of
J. L. Smith
W. M. Boyd
Wm. D. A. Smith

1912-February 14-Death of Alice

1916-August 31,-Death of Step son-Capers Thomason

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Thomas Warren Brooks, Jr. lived with his daughters for the remainder of his life. He passed away while at the home of his daughter Anner Shore and was buried beside her grave:

TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTION
@New Hope Babtist Church, Cornelia, Ga.
Pea Ridge Rd.
Thomas W. Brooks
Co. G.
SC Rifle
CSA
buried beside the graves of his daughter and son-in-law:
Shelton O. Shore
1861-1936
Father
Anner F. Shore
1866-1934
Mother

Thomas Warren Brooks was called a Captian on the railroad-he was responsible for laying the tracks in all the places that he lived. He wore a watch with a chain made from his mother's hair. When he returned to Greenville, SC and continued to work on the railroads in Ft. Inn, SC, he lost his leg in a railroad accident. He walked with a wooden leg from that time on. His interest in the railroad may have been spurred by the fact that Cynthia Jane Strawhorns' family owned property in Greenwood, SC adjoining the new railroad station. The railroad tracks were being laid in Greenwood County during the time that Warren and Cynthia Jane lived there. The tracks he laid followed the Broad River.

THE SOUTHERN RAILROAD

Greenwood, SC got its first railroad, the Greenville & Columbia, in 1852 after out-bidding neighboring Laurens in a spirited competition to get the first track in the upstate.
Between 1852 and 1929, Greenwood, SC got five more railroads.
The Greenwood & Augusta
The Piedmont and Northern
The Seaboard Air Line (later merged into the Seaboard Coastline)
Georgia & Florida joined the Greenville & Columbia (later the Southern)

Greenwood, Abbeville, Newberry, McCormick, Edge field, Laurens and other places, big and little in South Carolina were tank towns. That was when the railroads had to store water in huge wooden tanks beside a track, to supply the steam engines.

These grotesque kettles or tubs averaged 15 to 18 feet wide, and almost as deep. They stood on heavy upright timbers. At the bottom edge was a big pipe, like the straight neck of a kettle, long enough to reach across the track. This pipe worked on a hinge, at the bottom, so it could stay straight up against the tank to avoid the engine.



Notes for LUCINDA ALICE ADELAIDE PEDEN:
Her mother died a few weeks after her birth, leaving her 2 grandmothers and Aunt Ellen to raise her.

Children of THOMAS BROOKS and LUCINDA PEDEN are:
i. BERTIE LEE7 BROOKS, b. March 23, 1891, Greenville Co., SC; d. October 23, 1908, Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Hopewell Meth. Ch. Cem..

Notes for BERTIE LEE BROOKS:
Never Married

ii. MARIE ADELAIDE BROOKS, b. May 02, 1893, Simpsonville, Greenville Co., SC; d. October 1978, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Notes for MARIE ADELAIDE BROOKS:
Never married.

More About MARIE ADELAIDE BROOKS:
Social Security Number: #240-46=6050 issued in NC

iii. GERTRUDE ALICE BROOKS, b. December 18, 1894, Simpsonville, Greenville Co., SC; d. October 1982, Huntersville, North Carolina; m. E. P. HAYNES.

Notes for GERTRUDE ALICE BROOKS:
No childern.
Social Sercurity applied for on April 8, 1943
Working at the U.S. Rubber Co., Charlotte, N C
Age 48 at the time
Address was:
605 Lexington Ave.
Charlotte, NC

More About GERTRUDE ALICE BROOKS:
Social Security Number: #244-32-7100 issued in NC

Notes for E. P. HAYNES:
Sarah Emiline Haynes b. 6-2-1825 in Hall County, GA died 11-23-1922 in Gilmer County, GAA married David Quarles b. 1 13-1829 in Habersham Cinty, GA d. 11-23-1864 in Gilmer County, GA.

iv. CARL PEDEN BROOKS, b. December 23, 1896.

Notes for CARL PEDEN BROOKS:
Joined the Marines @ a young age.

John Thomas Brooks, Jr. remembers Carl and Warren Hamilton playing checkers together using their own code.


Children of THOMAS BROOKS and CYNTHIA STRAWHORN are:
51. v. ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, b. September 25, 1866, Cokesbury Twp., Abbeville Dist., SC; d. November 17, 1934, Cornelia, Ga., buried @ New Hope Bap. Ch. Cem..
52. vi. JOHN THOMAS BROOKS, SR., b. February 10, 1868, Hodges-Coronaca Creek, Abbeville Dist. SC now Greenwood Co. SC; d. November 29, 1960, Fountian Inn, Laurens Co, SC buried at Canon Cem..
53. vii. FANNIE ELIZABETH BROOKS, b. February 11, 1874; d. April 08, 1956, Pickens Co., SC buried at Antioch United Meth. Ch..
54. viii. ADDA MAMMIE BROOKS, b. 1875.
ix. LUCY E. BROOKS, b. 1877; d. young.
55. x. LULA BROOKS, b. July 13, 1879; d. December 12, 1966, Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem..


37. JOHN ROBERT6 BROOKS (ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1847 in possible Abbeville Dist., SC, and died October 30, 1876 in Easley Station, Pickens Co., SC. He married ALLSTON (ANN E.) GADSDEN June 10, 1868, daughter of FISHER GADSDEN and LAURA MICHAU. She was born July 07, 1844 in Charleston, SC, and died December 16, 1874 in Pickens Co., SC.

Notes for JOHN ROBERT BROOKS:
1870-Census-Long Cane Township, Abbeville District, SC
#251-J. R. Brooks-age 21-M-W-Farmer-Real Estate $1,200-Personal Property-$800
Alice-age 26-F-W-Keeping House-(Alston or Ann E. or Allie)
William S.-age 1-M-W
#250-Mick, Henry-age 22-M-W-Teacher (could this Mick be an attempt @ Michaux?or Muckels)
Map of Abbeville-Long Cane Dist. 1894 shows Mickels, T. & E.H.
Quakers-Camden-Pine Hill Tree- Companion settlers with the Quakers, though not members of the sect, coming between 1750 and 1755-Maj. Joseph Mickle and sons-Jonh, Joseph and Robert
Foster, Ed-age 18-M-W-Miller
Gadsden, L. W.-age 64-F-W-Keeping house-born 1806
she is the mother of Alice (Alston or Ann E. Gadsden), Laura
Washington Michaux Gadsden
#254-Lomax, Washington-age 22-M-W
Emeline-age 21-F-W-Keeping House
John B.-age 5-M-W
Charles E.-age1-M-W

1876-Nov. 2, Thursday, From the Pickens Sentinel
FATAL ACCIDENT-We have received the sad intelligence, that the boiler of an engine, used in ginning cotton at Easley Station, exploded on Monday last, instantly killing Mr. John Brooks, a worthy young white man, and seriously scalding a colored man. The top of Mr. Brooks head was torn off, and his body blown some distance. We have not learned the cause of the explosion, not any of the particulars of this sad accident.

1790
Laurens District, SC Deed Book C page 158
April 27, 1790
JOHN MICKLE of Camden District to John Jones for 100L 100 acres on HORSE Creek of Reedy River
Witness: John Doroh, Henderson Ferguson, Darling Jones, Isaac Love JP

Children of JOHN BROOKS and ALLSTON GADSDEN are:
i. WILLIAM (WILLIE) S.7 BROOKS, b. 1869, Long Cane Twp., Abbeville Co., SC.
ii. LEMUEL (LEM) PHILLIPS BROOKS, b. December 06, 1871, Pickens Co., SC.

Notes for LEMUEL (LEM) PHILLIPS BROOKS:
Post Card Photo of Lemuel has the name Miss V. A. Ribble, Lampasas, Texas on the bottom

56. iii. GADSDEN (GAD) MICHAUX BROOKS, b. 1873, Pickens Co., SC; d. January 18, 1955, Laurens Co., SC buried @ Fountain Inn Cem. SC (no tombstone).


38. PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6 BROOKS (ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 24, 1854 in Cokesbury Twp. Abbeville Dist., SC, and died April 27, 1899 in Baldwin Ga. buried @Level Grove Baptist Church\ City Cem. in Habersham Co.. He married (1) MARTHA JANE SHORE, daughter of WILLIAM SHORE and MARY CARTER. She was born September 25, 1859, and died February 22, 1946 in Baldwin Ga. buried @ Level Grove Baptist Church|City Cem.. He married (2) MARTHA C. MILLER 1877 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, daughter of TILLMAN MILLER and SARAH VINES. She was born 1865 in Pickens Co., SC, and died 1880 in Pickens Co., SC.

Notes for PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER BROOKS:
Pickens County Courthouse, Pickens, SC
July 25th, 1874 from the Estate papers of Robert Elliot Holcombe
P. S. Brooks Amount of $10.50 on book account owed money to Robert Elliot Holcombe


THE PICKENS SENTINEL- Nov. 9, 1876

Imprisoning Free Voters of a Free State for Partisan Ends

The arrest of free Democratic voters of this County last week, just before the election, was one of the most high-handed proceeding ever known in this County. The object was so apparent that the dullest mind could see through it. The marshals, perhaps, thinking that othello's occupation would soon be gone, were anxious to seize any pretext to make a few greenbacks, and at the same time keep themselves in good order withe their masters. Another reason moving these loyal adherents of Grant, Chamberlain and Company, was doubtless a desire to intimidate the Democrats in the County, and drive back to their ranks those of their party who had renounced it. The whole scheme was infamous to say the least of it and language fails us to denounce the whole proceedings before the U.S. Commissioner, from the Greenville News:
The following free Democratic voters were brought to this city on Wednesday night, under arrest, by Secretary Taft's Marshals, charged with the offense "intimidation and threats:"
Robert W. Holcombe, Preston Brooks, Charles Martin, Kirk Mauldin, William A. Clyde, Easley Station.
William Singleton, David Gilstrap, Pickens.
Johnathan Dark, Elias Holcombe, Liberty
We append the form of warrant for arrest, showing the section under which the indietment is brought, & et.

THE PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF PARTIES ARRESTED IN PICKENS COUNTY ON THE CHARGE OF "INTIMIDATION AND THREATS"

United States vs. Jonathan Dark, Elias Holcombe, Chrles Martin, Kirk Mauldin, Robert Holcombe, W. A. Clyde, David Gilstrap, W. O. Singleton, Preston Brooks, (no relation of the former member of Congress), Mr. Meeder, John R. Latham and Reese Bown, Jr.-indicted for intimidation and threats.
The above stated cases was up for preliminary examination before U.S. Commissioner T.M. Wilkes on yesterday. The entire day was taken up in the examination of the witnesses for the government. The Defendants were represented by Mr. Child, of Pickens C.H. Messrs. J. H. Whitner, E. P. Jones, G. G. Wells, M. F. Ansel., W. W. Vance and W. H. Perry of Greenville.
The examination of the witnesses was concluded about 61/2 o'clock P.M., when the Commissioner stated that he would look over the testimony, and make his decision by 10 o'clock.
The weight of the testimony, as adduced by the witnesses on the stand is to the effect, that there was some loud talking by some persons at the meeting held at Pickens Court House on the 28 of October last, but that there was positively no threats, intimidation or violence made or used by any person present that day. The speakers were heard by all persons present, who desired to hear them, an the loud talking was of no great extent than is usual at political meetings of either party. Some of Pickens County testify that there was no threats, intimidation, or violence made, or used, or attempted to be made or used by any one on the ground that day. The witnesses further testify that there were no Arms used or attempted to be used on threat day by any person; and that, with one or two exceptions, there were no arms seen on the ground that day. In our opinion, from the testimony the government has utterly failed to make out her case against either of the parties charged as above-and our idea of the whole matter is simply this: That our political enemies were under the impression that taking the bold step of arresting some of the best citizens of Pickens County, they might intimidate the Democratic voters and keep them away from the polls: but we are glad to say that our Pickens friends wont intimidate worth a cent.
There proceedings are had just in time, as our enemies suppose, to effect their infamous purpose.
When the facts and movies of these federal intimidators are made public, a righteous judgment will consign them to the infamy they deserve.
At 10 o'clock Commission Wildes rendered his decision, discharging six of the parties arrested, and continuing for further examination the others, who are released on giving bond for their appearance when the Commissioner returns. Mr. Wilkes was obliged to return to his post this morning. We are pleased to note the courtesy with which he conducted the examination.
DISCHARGED
Reese Bowen, Jr., Kirk Mauldin, Elias Holcombe, David Gilstrap, Charles Martin, Jonathan Dark.
CONTINUED.
R. W. Holcombe, A. J. Meeder, J. R. Latham, Preston Brooks, W. A. Clyde.


Moved to Pickens Co., ALA. then back to GA

Buried in a plot in front of his VAN HERRIN b. Sept. 20, 1901 d. July 1, 1922 with a Woodmen of the
World crest

Also buried near his grave: T. Rodgers WARREN b. Feb. 12, 1875 d. Oct. 20, 1906

Elijah WARREN b. Jane. 11, 1850 d. Apr. 8, 1931
wife: Elizebeth WARREN b. Une 4, 1853 d. May 10, 1919

Thomas J. WARREN b. 1853 d. 1927
wife : Ida Jane WARREN b. 1874 d. 1962
daughter: Mary Caline b. oCT. 28, 1900 d. Sept. 2, 1905


Family Researcher:
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Children of PRESTON BROOKS and MARTHA SHORE are:
57. i. OLIN PRESTON7 BROOKS, b. May 30, 1888, Baldwin GA.; d. February 07, 1946, Gastonia, NC.
58. ii. WILLIE BROOKS.
59. iii. NEZZIE BROOKS.
60. iv. LESSIE BROOKS.
v. JOHN BROOKS.
61. vi. JOE LEE BROOKS, b. March 01, 1897, Habersham Co, GA; d. September 06, 1987, Nursing home in Toccoa, GA.


Child of PRESTON BROOKS and MARTHA MILLER is:
62. vii. MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, b. June 09, 1878, Pickens Co., SC; d. September 12, 1906, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch Meth. Ch. Cem., Easley, SC.


39. ELIZABETH ANN6 SANDERS (RHODA5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1845 in Alabama. She married JOHN L. SPROUSE, son of LUIS SPROUSE and NANCY. He was born Bet. 1837 - 1849, and died March 31, 1907 in Mississippi.

Notes for ELIZABETH ANN SANDERS:
1880 Census in Pontotoc, MS


Children of ELIZABETH SANDERS and JOHN SPROUSE are:
i. TERRY7 SPROUSE, b. 1868, Pontotoc, Miss.
ii. WILLIAM SPROUSE, b. 1871, Pontotoc, Miss.
iii. RHODA JANE SPROUSE, b. February 19, 1872, Pontotoc, Miss; d. March 15, 1909; m. (1) J. C. DUGARD, October 02, 1889, Yalobusha, MS; m. (2) ANDREW JACKSON GOWER, June 05, 1904; b. February 16, 1880; d. April 03, 1910.
iv. HENRY ALFRED SPROUSE, b. May 03, 1873, Pontotoc, Miss; d. March 03, 1952, Yalobusha, MS buried @ Bethel Cem., Water Valley; m. LUCY ANN DENTIS, September 12, 1895, Lafayette, MS; b. July 13, 1877, Lafayette, MS; d. August 23, 1955, Yalobusha, MS buried @ Bethel Cem., Water Valley.
v. LEWIS EDWARD SPROUSE, b. June 1873; m. JULIA MARY JOHNSON.
vi. GEORGE LEWIS SPROUSE, b. January 23, 1875, Coffeeville, MS; d. February 07, 1963, Yalobusha, MS buried @ Jumper's Chapel Cem., Water Valley; m. JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH LOVELADY, November 12, 1900, Lafayette, MS; b. January 12, 1875; d. April 10, 1954, Yalobusha, MS buried @ Jumper's Chapel Cem., Water Valley.
vii. JOHN SPROUSE, b. 1877, Pontotoc, Miss.
viii. FINESS ROWLAND SPROUSE, b. July 10, 1880, Pontotoc, Miss; d. October 16, 1946, Grenada, MS buried @ Oddfellows Cem.; m. (1) FRANCES ASHMORE; b. January 02, 1894; d. November 09, 1962, Grenada, MS buried @ Oddfellows Cem.; m. (2) DELIA BRAZZLE, December 16, 1901, Water Valley, MS; b. May 11, 1881; d. August 10, 1938.
ix. DWIGHT L. SPROUSE, b. April 03, 1882, Pontotoc, Miss; d. May 05, 1964; m. (1) JESSE V. WHITTEN; b. December 15, 1898; d. July 09, 1991; m. (2) BESSIE LORENE MULLINS, February 03, 1940, Tallahatchie, MS.
x. ANDERSON SPROUSE, b. 1885.


Generation No. 7

40. BESSIE7 HODGES (WASHINTON LUDLOW6, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married GEORGE LEGARE CONNOR, DR..

Child of BESSIE HODGES and GEORGE CONNOR is:
i. FRANCES LEGARE8 CONNOR.


41. LAURA JOSEPHINE7 STOKES (ANNA REBECCA BOWEN6 HODGES, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married GEORGE THOMAS REID, son of SAMUEL REID and CAROLINE THOMSON. He was born in Chappells, SC.

Child of LAURA STOKES and GEORGE REID is:
63. i. WILLIAM ECKFORD8 REID.


42. GEORGE7 DANTZLER (VICTORIA AMERICA6 HODGES, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married ELIZABETH SMITH.

Children of GEORGE DANTZLER and ELIZABETH SMITH are:
i. JULIUS8 DANTZLER.
ii. ANNIE DANTZLER.


43. FLETCHER DANTZLER7 HODGES (JOHN FLETCHER6, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married JESSIE AIKEN, daughter of AUGUSTUS M. AIKEN.

Notes for FLETCHER DANTZLER HODGES:
Lived 1st at Coronaca, then in Roanoke, ALA

Children of FLETCHER HODGES and JESSIE AIKEN are:
i. MARY GILLAM8 HODGES.
ii. BOB S. HODGES.
iii. REBECCA HODGES.
iv. RACHEL HODGES.


44. BOB SHIVER7 HODGES (JOHN FLETCHER6, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married JANIE AGNES CONNOR, daughter of GEORGE CONNOR and ELLA LANDER.

Children of BOB HODGES and JANIE CONNOR are:
i. ELLA LANDER8 HODGES, m. S. PAUL HATCHER.
ii. FRANK CONNOR HODGES, m. SARAH MCCORMICK.


45. JOHN DONALD7 MCKELLAR (MAHULDA6 DOUGLASS, DRUSCILLA5 HODGES, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1837, and died 1883. He married TABITHA (TABBY) BAILEY, daughter of JAMES BAILEY.

Children of JOHN MCKELLAR and TABITHA BAILEY are:
64. i. HARRIET (HATTIE)8 MCKELLAR.
ii. H. JEWETT MCKELLAR, m. MARY W. SANDERS.
iii. ELIZABETH (BESSIE) MCKELLAR, m. EDWARD A. REYNOLDS.
iv. ALICE MCKELLAR.


46. JULIA ALPHA7 SHERARD (ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 11, 1860 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC, and died November 05, 1929 in Laurens, SC buried @ City Cem.. She married WILLIAM HUMBERT GILKERSON June 26, 1879 in Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC. He was born August 01, 1850 in Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC, and died January 05, 1928 in Laurens, SC buried @ City Cem..

Children of JULIA SHERARD and WILLIAM GILKERSON are:
i. YANCEY SHERARD8 GILKERSON.
ii. JOHN LEWIS GILKERSON.
iii. JULIA ALPHA GILKERSON.
iv. WILLIAM HUMBERT GILKERSON, JR., b. April 17, 1880, Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC; d. November 18, 1918, Laurens, SC buried @ City Cem.; m. CORA BELL BABB, February 12, 1918.
v. ANNIE GILKERSON, b. July 13, 1883, Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC; d. October 10, 1920, Laurens, SC buried @ City Cem..
vi. LILY MCGHEE GILKERSON, b. May 27, 1891, Laurens, SC; d. November 17, 1899, Laurens, SC buried @ City Cem..


47. WILLIAM YANCEY7 SHERARD, JR. (ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 02, 1862 in Cokesbury, Greenwood, SC, and died March 13, 1904 in Orangeburg, SC buried @ Pres. Ch. Cem., Ninety Six, SC. He married ANNIE FRANCES HOLLOWAY January 24, 1883 in Greenwood, SC. She was born March 20, 1866 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC, and died October 07, 1941 in Columbia, Richland Co., SC buried @ Pres. Ch. Cem., Ninety Six, SC.

Children of WILLIAM SHERARD and ANNIE HOLLOWAY are:
i. SAMUEL HODGES8 SHERARD II.
ii. JOHN FRANK SHERARD.
iii. WILLIE LEAKE SHERARD.
iv. MARY SHERARD.
v. JULIA ALPHA SHERARD.
vi. ELLA LEE SHERARD.
65. vii. WILLIAM HALE SHERARD, SR., b. April 28, 1884, Laurens, SC; d. June 03, 1957, Laurens, SC buried @ Greenwook Mem. Gardens, Ninety Six, SC.
viii. JOSEPH DOUGLAS SHERARD, b. December 08, 1896, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; d. March 19, 1897, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC burial @ Pres. Ch. Cem..


48. SAMUEL CONNOR7 HODGES (SAMUEL BENJAMIN6, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married MAY LILY BLAKE.

Child of SAMUEL HODGES and MAY BLAKE is:
i. LOUISE8 HODGES.


49. JAMES BAILEY7 HODGES (SAMUEL BENJAMIN6, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married MARGARET MARBERT.

Children of JAMES HODGES and MARGARET MARBERT are:
i. MARY8 HODGES, m. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON.
ii. MARJORIE HODGES, m. HAROLD NORMAN WEST.


50. LEE7 HODGES (SAMUEL BENJAMIN6, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married EMILY BURNSIDE.

Children of LEE HODGES and EMILY BURNSIDE are:
i. ROSALIE8 HODGES.
ii. HARRIET HODGES.


51. ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS (THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 25, 1866 in Cokesbury Twp., Abbeville Dist., SC, and died November 17, 1934 in Cornelia, Ga., buried @ New Hope Bap. Ch. Cem.. She married SHELTON OLIVER SHORE May 09, 1878 in Habersham Couny, GA, son of WILLIAM SHORE and MARY CARTER. He was born March 11, 1861 in Alto, Habersham Co., GA, and died April 12, 1935 in Atlanata, GA buried @ New Hope Bapt. Ch. Cem., View, GA.

Notes for SHELTON OLIVER SHORE:
The grandchildren of Shelton and Anna Shore tell the story that Shelton & Anna were married very young. They eloped on a mule. Anna was supposed to have been 13 years old and Shelton was 17.

The grandchildren also remember Anna telling the story of how her father, Thomas W. Brooks, Jr., was hiding from Union soldiers and scared them away from the house by dressing himself up as a ghost with a white cotton beard and flour on his face and appearing in an upstairs window.

Children of ANNA BROOKS and SHELTON SHORE are:
66. i. ESSIE NINA8 SHORE, b. July 21, 1879, Liberty Hil Dist., Habersham Co., GA; d. December 12, 1958, Banks Co., GA.
67. ii. WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE) SHORE, b. June 28, 1888, Banks Co., Ga.; d. April 21, 1980, Cornelia, Ga., buried at New Hope Bap. Ch..
68. iii. JOHN ROE SHORE, b. June 12, 1890, Banks Co., GA; d. July 19, 1956, Habersham Co., GA buried @ Toccoa, GA.


52. JOHN THOMAS7 BROOKS, SR. (THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 10, 1868 in Hodges-Coronaca Creek, Abbeville Dist. SC now Greenwood Co. SC, and died November 29, 1960 in Fountian Inn, Laurens Co, SC buried at Canon Cem.. He married RACHEL ISABELLA STODDARD June 22, 1893, daughter of ALEXANDER STODDARD and NANCY STEWART. She was born March 27, 1873 in Powers' Shop Community, Laurens Co., SC, and died February 08, 1947 in Fountian Inn, Laurens Co., SC buried at Canon Cem..

Notes for JOHN THOMAS BROOKS, SR.:
His favorite ice cream was bananna.


More About JOHN THOMAS BROOKS, SR.:
Fact 1: Buried at Cannon Memorial Park in Fountain Inn, South Carolina
Fact 2: Occupation: Railroad at Charleston and Western Carolina depot in Fountian Inn
Fact 3: Occupation: Operated Wholesale warehouse and furniture business in Fountian Inn

More About RACHEL ISABELLA STODDARD:
Fact 1: Buried at Cannon Memorial Park in Fountain Inn, South Carolina

Children of JOHN BROOKS and RACHEL STODDARD are:
i. JAMES EARL8 BROOKS, b. April 05, 1894, Laurens Co.,SC; m. EDDIE WOODSON, May 07, 1917; b. March 11, 1896.

Notes for JAMES EARL BROOKS:
NOV. 28, 1831 Greenville Mountaineer
Died at Hickory Grove the residence of his father In Pickens District on Friday the 20th, Mr. JAMES H. EARLE about 30 years of age.



69. ii. ALEXANDER LAKE BROOKS, SR., b. August 10, 1895, Laurens, SC; d. April 05, 1929, Florence Co., SC, buried at Pisgah Meth. Cem., Ebenezer, Florence Co., SC.
70. iii. STELLA BROOKS, b. October 04, 1896, Laurens Co.,SC; d. Fountian Inn, SC., buried at Canon Cem..
71. iv. JOHN (J.T.) THOMAS BROOKS, JR., b. July 21, 1899, Laurens Co.,SC; d. October 06, 2001, Foutian Inn, SC buried @ Canon Memorial Cem..
72. v. HOVIE CLYDE BROOKS, b. March 10, 1901, Laurens Co.,SC; d. August 13, 1957.
73. vi. GRADY STODDARD BROOKS,SR., b. June 28, 1906, Laurens Co.,SC; d. March 30, 1983, Wellford, Spartangburg Co., SC, buried @ Cannon Park, Fountian Inn, SC.
74. vii. HELEN ELIZABETH BROOKS, b. May 02, 1910, Laurens Co.,SC; d. January 08, 1974.
viii. NANNIE BROOKS, b. August 16, 1911, Laurens Co.,SC.

More About NANNIE BROOKS:
Degree: May 30, 1932, Commercial-Anderson College High School


53. FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS (THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 11, 1874, and died April 08, 1956 in Pickens Co., SC buried at Antioch United Meth. Ch.. She married MILTON LOMAX HAMILTON, son of WARREN HAMILTON and SUSAN ORR. He was born June 14, 1859 in Easley, Old Pendleton District, SC, and died November 12, 1912 in Pickens Co., SC buried at Antioch United Meth. Ch..

Notes for FANNIE ELIZABETH BROOKS:
1910 South Carolina Census:

Hamilton, Milton W M Age 50 Easley, Picken Co.
Fannie E. Wife 36
Ruth H. Dau. 14
Warren Son 12
Mary L. Dau. 9
Gracie Dau. 5
Blanche Dau. 3
Miller, Oscar L. Bro-in-law 36
did not record Lula Brooks sister of Fannie E. Brooks


Children of FANNIE BROOKS and MILTON HAMILTON are:
i. RUTH8 HAMILTON, b. September 30, 1894; d. June 19, 1910, Pickens Co., SC buried at Antioch United Meth. Ch..
75. ii. WARREN S. HAMILTON, b. November 29, 1898; d. July 23, 1930, Easley, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ West View Cem., Esley, SC.
76. iii. MARY L. HAMILTON, b. 1901, Pickens Co., SC; d. June 1996, Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Woodlawn Memorial Park, Greenville, SC.
77. iv. GRACE HAMILTON, b. 1905; d. Easley, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch U. Meth. Ch. Cem..
v. BLANCHE HAMILTON, b. 1907; d. Died young unmarked grave @ Antioch Meth. Ch., Easley, SC.
78. vi. CARRIE HAMILTON, b. September 19, 1912, Easley, Pickens Co., SC; d. November 29, 1997.


54. ADDA MAMMIE7 BROOKS (THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1875. She married ISAAC COLUMBUS SHORE, son of ISAAC SHORE and LECIE COOK. He was born July 1876 in Banks Co., GA.

Notes for ISAAC COLUMBUS SHORE:
1900 GA Census show them living in Anderson Dist. of Banks Co., GA

Children of ADDA BROOKS and ISAAC SHORE are:
i. RUTH8 SHORE, b. March 1899.
ii. TRULLIE SHORE.
iii. NELLI SHORE.
iv. GEORGE SHORE.


55. LULA7 BROOKS (THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 13, 1879, and died December 12, 1966 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem.. She married OSCAR LEE MILLER, son of PERRY MILLER and SOPHRONIA DOWDLE. He was born January 16, 1873 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, and died May 12, 1939 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem..

Notes for LULA BROOKS:
Greenville News Dec. 13, 1966
Mrs. O. L. Miller
Mrs. Lula Brooks Miller, 87, of 8 Blue Ridge Drive, widow of O.L. Miller, died yesterday at 5 a.m. at her home after several years of declining health.
Mrs. Miller was a daughter of the late Thomas Warren and Nancy Strawhorn Brooks. She had been a resident of Greenville since 1909 (57 years)
At the time of her death she lived with her son-in-law, J.C. Bailey, 8 Blue Ridge Drive. She was a member of Triune Methodist Church.
Her daughter, Mrs. Eloise Miller Bailey, died Dec. 16, 1964.
Surviving are nine grand-children and 26 great grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be conducted Wednesday at 3 pm at Trine Methodist Church by Rev. W. A. Horne and Rev.. R. W. Sammeth. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery.
The body is at the Mackey Mortuary.

Pallbearers will be W. Roy Miller, Woodrow Huff, Perry Huff, J. T. Brooks, Broadus Miller and Pickens Miller, Jr.

More About LULA BROOKS:
Religion: April 1907, Joined Easley 1st Methodist Church in Easley, SC

Notes for OSCAR LEE MILLER:
MILLER FUNERAL SET FOR TODAY
Greenville News May 13, 1939 page 11
Track Supervisor For Southern Railway Dies After Long Illness

Funeral services for O. L. Miller, 65, for many years track supervisor for the Southern Railway company, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Mackey morturary. The services will be conducted by the Rev. M. B. Patrick, pastor of Triune Methodist church; Dr. W. L. Mullikin, of Spartanburg, and the Rev. H. O. Chambers, of Newberry. Interment will be in the family plot in Graceland cemetery.
The following nephews will serve as pallbearers and will meet at the bortuarty at 3:50 o'clock: Clyde Brooks, W. C. Miller, Robert Miller, Hugh David Huff, Milford Miller and Melvin Miller.
Composing the escort of honor will be members of the present board of stewards of Triune Methodist Church of which Mr. Miller had been a member: A. D. Attaway, R. S. Ballenger, C. C. Bruce, R. C. Chapman, W. E. Etheredge, J. L. Garrett, Frank Gibson, A. T. Hardin, Dr. A. A. Odom, J. A. Pollard, C. H. Riddle, J. M. Smith, M. H. Smith, W. A. Smith, B. C. Jones, H. E. Stewart, W. C. Stewart, J. C. Thomas, S. R. Wiggins, E. L. Wilson, R. M. Williamson, E. B. Miller, L. P. Batson, W. C. Burns, L. E. Hunt, J. A. Russell, and E. E. Watson, together with W. P. Barton, T. E. Sharpe, J. L. Mauney, Dr. C. O. Bates, Dr. W. L. Bates, Dr. Mordecai Nachman and Chief of Detectives L. W. Hammond.
The death of Mr. Miller followed an illness of five years and occurred at his home, 910 hampton Avenue, at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. Just prior to moving to Greenville in 1909, he had lived at Easley and Pickens.
His widow, Mrs. Lula B. Miller, survives him, with three daughters, Mrs. J. D. Manly, of Leesburg, Fla., Mrs. J. C. Bailey and Miss Addie Miller both of this city.
Hi si also survived by one sister, Mrs. Frank L. Huff, of Anderson county;by six brothers Thomas Walter Miller, Pickens Worth Miller, Grover Cleveland Miller and DDowdle W. Miller, all of this city; Turner Samuel Miller of Anderson county, and Willilam I. Miller of Fletcher, NC, and by nine grandchildren.
Pending the hour of the service, the body will remain at the mortuary.

Children of LULA BROOKS and OSCAR MILLER are:
79. i. ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, b. November 24, 1895, Laurens, SC; d. October 19, 1954, Leesburg, Florida buried @ Lone Oaks Cemetary.
80. ii. ELOISE MILLER, b. May 29, 1898; d. December 16, 1964, Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem..
iii. ADDIE L. MILLER, b. July 20, 1899; d. September 10, 1941, Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem..


56. GADSDEN (GAD) MICHAUX7 BROOKS (JOHN ROBERT6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1873 in Pickens Co., SC, and died January 18, 1955 in Laurens Co., SC buried @ Fountain Inn Cem. SC (no tombstone). He married MARGARET LULA MCKELVEY, daughter of P.B. MCKELVEY and MARY NASH. She was born December 10, 1876 in Laurens Co., SC, and died June 26, 1950 in Laurens, SC., buried @ Fountain Inn Cem., SC (no tombstone).

Notes for GADSDEN (GAD) MICHAUX BROOKS:
The Pickens Sentinel-Mar. 5, 1891

There was also a true bill against jonh Sanders, Hamp Webb, William Addington and Gadsden Brooks, charged with riot at the house of Wiley Blassengame below Easley. Mr. H. O. Bowen apperared for the defendants. The coust then llowed a recess for the audience to attend the sheriff's sale.

The State vs. John Sanders, Hamp. Webb, William Addington and Gadsden Brooks, indicted for riot, assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, was then taken up.
Mr. Bowen made a telling argument for the defendants, and Solicitor Ansel presented the State's side with his usual ablility. Verdict: Guilty as to Sanders, the others not guilty.

JOHN SANDERS
John Sanders was arrested several times before this:

Picken Sentinel

November 12, 1885
Mr. John Sanders was xommitted to jail last Monday on a chare of retailing whiskey.

December 2, 1886
Mr. William Sanders has bought our Mr. E. R. Horton on GOLDEN CREEK.

September 22, 1892
State vs. John Sanders and Harvew Galloway-distrubing a religious meeting-guilty.
J. H. Hughes pleaded guilty to using blasphemous language and being intoxicated at a religious service. State vs. J. E. Howard, same charge.
Sealed sentences for J. E. Howard, H. M. Galloway and John Sanders.

SANDERS_BROOKS connection

Elizabeth Ann Pulliam Brooks' sister married, William Sanders-could this be a relative to Gadsden?

1822-Sarah Sanders m. David Brooks-the quarker Brooks- @ Abbeville by Rev. Emmett Lucus, Jr.



Child of GADSDEN BROOKS and MARGARET MCKELVEY is:
i. NONE8.


57. OLIN PRESTON7 BROOKS (PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 30, 1888 in Baldwin GA., and died February 07, 1946 in Gastonia, NC. He married GEORGIA MAE WHITE. She was born May 12, 1893 in Fulton Co., GA, and died 1925 in Florida.

Notes for GEORGIA MAE WHITE:
Killed in a hurrican in Florida, body was lost or casket was washed away suring another hurrican.
She was an orphan along with with her brother, Ollie White.

Children of OLIN BROOKS and GEORGIA WHITE are:
i. OLLIE GARRETT8 BROOKS, b. October 10, 1909; d. October 11, 1909.
81. ii. LILLIE MAE BROOKS, b. September 17, 1910, Alabama.
82. iii. CARA ABI BROOKS, b. February 16, 1913, Alabama.
iv. BABY BROOKS, b. June 10, 1914; d. June 10, 1914.
83. v. ADAM BROOKS, b. December 25, 1916, Baldwin, Habersham Co., GA; d. 1965, Garland, TX.
84. vi. OLICE PRESTON BROOKS, b. October 09, 1919, Woodstock ALA.


58. WILLIE7 BROOKS (PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) He married EULA MAE DAVIS, daughter of FRANKLIN DAVIS and GEORGIA IVIE.

Children of WILLIE BROOKS and EULA DAVIS are:
i. JEWELL8 BROOKS.
ii. ODIS BROOKS.
iii. BILL BROOKS.
iv. RUBY BROOKS.
85. v. BARTO BROOKS, d. 2001.
vi. PETE BROOKS.
vii. VIOLET BROOKS.
viii. JOHN BROOKS II.


59. NEZZIE7 BROOKS (PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married BUD HOSMER.

Children of NEZZIE BROOKS and BUD HOSMER are:
i. LUTHER8 HOSMER.
ii. PRESTON HOSMER.
iii. WESLEY HOSMER.
iv. RUBY HOSMER.


60. LESSIE7 BROOKS (PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married TOM WOODALL.

Children of LESSIE BROOKS and TOM WOODALL are:
86. i. VELMA8 WOODALL, b. Habersham Co, GA.
ii. CLINTON WOODALL.
iii. BILL WOODALL.


61. JOE LEE7 BROOKS (PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 01, 1897 in Habersham Co, GA, and died September 06, 1987 in Nursing home in Toccoa, GA. He married EULA KING. She was born in Athen, GA.

Children of JOE BROOKS and EULA KING are:
i. LOIS8 BROOKS.
ii. VERA BROOKS.


62. MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS (PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 09, 1878 in Pickens Co., SC, and died September 12, 1906 in Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch Meth. Ch. Cem., Easley, SC. She married ROBERT POSEY ADDINGTON 1895 in Pickens Co., SC, son of LOWERY ADDINGTON and SARA MILLER. He was born September 21, 1871 in Pickens Co., SC, and died May 02, 1941 in Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch Meth. Ch. Cem., Easley, SC.

Children of MARTHA BROOKS and ROBERT ADDINGTON are:
87. i. ALBERT PRESTON8 ADDINGTON, b. December 13, 1897, Easley, Pickens Co., SC; d. September 22, 1982, Griffen, Ga. buried @ Oakhill Cem..
88. ii. LOWERY (LARRY) THOMAS ADDINGTON, b. August 26, 1899, Pickens Co., SC; d. September 24, 1978, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Hillcrest Cem., Pickens,SC.
89. iii. ROBERT HENRY ADDINGTON, b. October 18, 1902, Easley, Pickens Co., SC; d. January 17, 1964, Greenville Co., SC.


Generation No. 8

63. WILLIAM ECKFORD8 REID (LAURA JOSEPHINE7 STOKES, ANNA REBECCA BOWEN6 HODGES, GEORGE WASHINGTON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1)

Child of WILLIAM ECKFORD REID is:
i. MARY9 REID, m. MUNGO.


64. HARRIET (HATTIE)8 MCKELLAR (JOHN DONALD7, MAHULDA6 DOUGLASS, DRUSCILLA5 HODGES, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married F. M. ALLEN.

Children of HARRIET MCKELLAR and F. ALLEN are:
i. LOUISE9 ALLEN.
ii. F. MARION ALLEN.
iii. JEWETT ALLEN.
iv. MARY ALLEN.


65. WILLIAM HALE8 SHERARD, SR. (WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born April 28, 1884 in Laurens, SC, and died June 03, 1957 in Laurens, SC buried @ Greenwook Mem. Gardens, Ninety Six, SC. He married (1) MINNIE BELL STILL. He married (2) SOPHIE CHAPPELL KINARD 1915. She was born November 14, 1898 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC, and died October 31, 1975 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC buried @ Greenwood Mem. Gardens.

Children of WILLIAM SHERARD and SOPHIE KINARD are:
i. ANNIE FRANCES (BOBBIE)9 SHERARD, b. March 18, 1916, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; m. JOE HAMILTON JETER, November 19, 1941, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC.
ii. INFANT SHERARD, b. 1918, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; d. 1918, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC, buried in Kinard Fam. Cem., Ninety Six, SC.
iii. BURR KINARD SHERARD, b. 1920, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; d. 1920, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC buried @ Kinard Fam. Cem. Ninety Six, SC.
90. iv. WILLIAM HALE SHERARD, JR., b. March 09, 1922, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC.
91. v. MARY CHAPPELL SHERARD, b. November 05, 1924, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC.
92. vi. SOPHIE ELIZABETH SHERARD, b. May 25, 1927, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC.
vii. NANCY BROOKS SHERARD, b. June 04, 1931, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; m. JAMES THOMAS BEAUFORD, June 23, 1953, Greenville, SC.
viii. LOLLA BYRD SHERARD, b. September 1933, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC; d. September 1933, Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC buried @ Kinard Fam. Cem. Ninety Six, SC.


66. ESSIE NINA8 SHORE (ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 21, 1879 in Liberty Hil Dist., Habersham Co., GA, and died December 12, 1958 in Banks Co., GA. She married WILLIAM EDWARD COOK 1896.

Notes for ESSIE NINA SHORE:
Essie died in a fire at her son's home.

Children of ESSIE SHORE and WILLIAM COOK are:
93. i. BERT9 COOK, b. 1898, Habersham Co., GA.
94. ii. BERTHA L. COOK, b. 1900, Habersham Co., GA.
iii. EARNEST COOK, b. 1902, Habersham Co., GA.
iv. EVIE COOK.
v. HOMER COOK.
vi. MARIE COOK.
vii. EULA COOK.
viii. MARY COOK.


67. WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8 SHORE (ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 28, 1888 in Banks Co., Ga., and died April 21, 1980 in Cornelia, Ga., buried at New Hope Bap. Ch.. He married IDA JESSIE BELL FERGUSON March 31, 1907 in White Co., Ga.. She was born June 22, 1893.

Notes for WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE) SHORE:
Uncle Warnie was about 5'9" tall and resembled his maternal grandfather, Thomas Warren Brooks.

Children of WARREN SHORE and IDA FERGUSON are:
95. i. LAKE HOWARD9 SHORE, b. February 19, 1908; d. December 06, 1957, Habersam Co., Ga..
96. ii. GUY REYNOLDS SHORE, SR., b. August 26, 1910; d. 1978.
97. iii. GRACE LUCILLE SHORE, b. December 03, 1916; d. July 31, 1976.
98. iv. DOROTHY MARIE SHORE, b. March 22, 1920.


68. JOHN ROE8 SHORE (ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 12, 1890 in Banks Co., GA, and died July 19, 1956 in Habersham Co., GA buried @ Toccoa, GA. He married (1) KATHLEEN CLOID HOVIOUS October 02, 1910 in Habersham Co, GA. She was born February 03, 1892 in Kentucky, and died October 24, 1918 in Cornelia, GA buried @ New Hope Baptist Ch. Cem., Cornelia (/View) , GA. He married (2) PAULINE ESSIE DAWKINS June 12, 1919, daughter of PINKNEY DAWKINS and EDITH BELLOW. She was born July 23, 1895 in Turnerville, GA, and died February 03, 1984 in Riverdale, GA buried @ Toccoa, GA beside John R.Shore.

Notes for JOHN ROE SHORE:
According to Pearl Skelton Shore, John had a lot of children.

Notes for KATHLEEN CLOID HOVIOUS:
died during the Flu Epidemic on Oct. 24, 1918 in Cornelia, GA.

More About KATHLEEN CLOID HOVIOUS:
Cause of Death: Flu Epidemic

Children of JOHN SHORE and KATHLEEN HOVIOUS are:
99. i. LILLIAN ESTELLA9 SHORE, b. July 11, 1911, Habersham Co., GA; d. July 16, 1980, Toccoa, GA buried @ Mt. Zion Baptist Ch. Cem., Turnerville, GA.
ii. JOHN ALVIN SHORE, b. June 22, 1912, Habersham Co., GA; d. March 01, 1915, Habersham Co., GA buried @ New Hope Baptist Ch. Cem., View, GA.

More About JOHN ALVIN SHORE:
Cause of Death: Influenza

iii. RICHARD OLIVER SHORE, b. July 21, 1914, Habersham Co., GA; d. March 10, 1915, Habersham Co., GA buried @ New Hope Baptist Ch. Cem., View, GA.

More About RICHARD OLIVER SHORE:
Cause of Death: Influenza

100. iv. JAMES EARL SHORE, b. March 24, 1916, Habersham Co., GA; d. August 16, 1968, Fort Campbell, Kentucky buried @ Mt. Zion Bapt. Ch. Cem., Turnerville, GA.
101. v. CARL EUGENE SHORE, b. October 14, 1918, Cornelia, GA; d. November 14, 1982, Greenville, SC buried @ Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Greer, SC.


Children of JOHN SHORE and PAULINE DAWKINS are:
102. vi. JOHN DAWKINS (J.D.)9 SHORE, b. February 21, 1921, Cornelia, GA; d. January 04, 1987, Tullulah Falls, GA buried @ Joy Baptist Ch. Cem. Rabun Co., GA.
103. vii. ANNA AUGUSTA SHORE, b. March 27, 1923, Turnerville, GA.
104. viii. DAISY GLADYS SHORE, b. July 12, 1928, Tunerville, GA; d. March 1998, Atlanta, GA buried @ College Park, GA.
105. ix. PAUL WESLEY SHORE, b. June 18, 1931, Turnerville, GA.
106. x. DOYLE WILEY SHORE, b. December 01, 1935, Turnerville, GA.


69. ALEXANDER LAKE8 BROOKS, SR. (JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 10, 1895 in Laurens, SC, and died April 05, 1929 in Florence Co., SC, buried at Pisgah Meth. Cem., Ebenezer, Florence Co., SC. He married VIOLA MATTIE JEFFORDS December 23, 1919, daughter of SAMUEL JEFFORDS and LOLA GEE. She was born November 11, 1897 in Timmonsville, Florence Co., SC, and died June 07, 1965 in Timmonsville, Florence Co., SC, buried at Byrd Cem..

Notes for ALEXANDER LAKE BROOKS, SR.:
A.L. went to teach after the war. He went to Dovesville, SC to become principal of the High School. Fred was born in Dovesville, SC. He died in Johnson City. He met viola before the War. At the time of his funeral Fred he the ricketts, Dot had double puenoia and they lost all their monety when the banks closed. The house they rented belonged to the Humpries. It had bats in the bellfry that had to be fixed-holes had to be closed in the roof.


From Newspaper Article Southern ____________, Thurs. May 9, 1929

OUR DEAD
Prof. Lake Brooks

On Friday, April 5, 1929, in the Government T.B. Hospital at Johnson City, Tenn. Prof. Lake Brooks lost his last battle in life-that to regain his health. His doctors said of: "No man in all their experience tried harder to get well than Lake Brooks." When he realized _____________ he had no fears of death, but he did try so hard for two years to get well for the sake of his good wife and three sweet children.
Lake Brooks was an honor graduate form Wofford College in 1917, and soon after his graduation he entered the U.S. Army and served during the World War. As soon as the War was over he took up school teaching as a life work: and it was while teaching in his first school-the Ebenezer school in Florence county that he met and won the heart and hand of Miss Viola Jeffords, a graduate nurse and daughter of Mr. Sam E. Jeffords of Timmonsville.
The writer of this sketch first knew Lake Brooks in College. He was a Senior. I was a Freshman. He was a real friend to the lower classman, especially the Freshmen. He was known by them to be a young man with a remarkable personality and Christian character. But it was not until I became the friend of Lake Brooks and intimately associated with him in church and school work, that I knew his real worth-what a great soul he was! To know Lake Brooks was to love him: and to have association with him was to be lifted up.
He was for six years superintendent of the Hickory Grove schools, and during that time won a warm place in the hearts of both the children and the parents of the whole community. He was a friend to all, and loved everybody
and no one in the community was more loved and respected by everybody, and his influence was always for good everywhere. He was an active church member, ever present at the services, taught the Ladies Bible Class, and was a steward in the Mount Vernon Methodist church. He was a man of great faith and prayer, truly a devout Christian. And the best of all, God was with him to the end! His sweet spirit toward all, and even toward death itself, deeply impressed all the doctors and nurses who came in contact with him. One of his doctors while sitting by the bed was heard to say, "My God, how helpless I feel that there is nothing more I can do to help Mr. Brooks: and he is such a brilliant and good man. The world so badly needs men like him.!
Shortly before the great soul of Brooks took its flight "far beyond the starry sky" he uttered the chorus of his favorite hymn. "Jesus, Jesus, sweetest Name I know, Fills my every longing, Keeps me singing as I go."
He is survived by his good wife, Mrs. Viola Jeffords Brooks, and three small children, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Brooks of Fountain Inn: and the following brothers and sisters: J.E. Brooks of Sumter, Mrs. J .L .Gray of Alliance, Ohio, J. T. Brooks, Jr., H. C. Brooks, G. S. Brooks, and Miss Nannie Brooks of Fountain Inn, and Mrs. C. G. Hipp of Owings.
His funeral service was held in the beautiful Pisgah Methodist church, near Timmonsville, Tuesday, April 9, at 11 o'clock with the writer of this sketch in charge of the service, assisted by the following: Revs. S. H. Booth, J. R. Johnson, Mark Osborne, and Mrs. Mason Smith.
The body was laid to rest in the church yard, close by the church, under a great band of the most beautiful flowers, while a great company of relatives and friends from far and near sat and stood by with sad hearts and bowed heads-yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die."
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
W. Glenn Smith


Lake enjoyed hunting squirrels & fishing, growing vegs & giving them to neighbors. He traded cars every 2 years and liked barbeque.


More About ALEXANDER LAKE BROOKS, SR.:
Fact 1: Buried at Pisgah Meth. Cem. , Florence Co. Ebenezer, SC

More About VIOLA MATTIE JEFFORDS:
Fact 1: Buried at Byrd Cemetry, Timmmonsville, S.C.

Children of ALEXANDER BROOKS and VIOLA JEFFORDS are:
107. i. ALEXANDER LAKE (A.L.)9 BROOKS, JR., b. November 09, 1920, Florence, Florence Co., SC.
108. ii. DOROTHY LOLA (DOT) BROOKS, b. June 06, 1923, Florence, Florence Co., SC; d. January 20, 2000, Myrtle Beach, Horry Co., SC.
109. iii. THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED) BROOKS, SR., b. October 04, 1926, Dovesville, Darlington Co., SC; d. January 15, 1990, McCormick, SC.


70. STELLA8 BROOKS (JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 04, 1896 in Laurens Co.,SC, and died in Fountian Inn, SC., buried at Canon Cem.. She married JOHN LITTLE GRAY June 29, 1921. He was born August 12, 1897, and died December 19, 1964 in Fountian Inn, SC., buried at Canon Cem..

Child of STELLA BROOKS and JOHN GRAY is:
110. i. NANCY JANE9 GRAY, b. April 23, 1927.


71. JOHN (J.T.) THOMAS8 BROOKS, JR. (JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 21, 1899 in Laurens Co.,SC, and died October 06, 2001 in Foutian Inn, SC buried @ Canon Memorial Cem.. He married (1) EDDIE PAULINE SHAVER MARLAR. She was born March 01, 1907. He married (2) BESSIE TAYLOR June 06, 1925. She was born December 04, 1900, and died December 07, 1973 in Foutian Inn, SC buried @ Canon Memorial Cem..

Children of JOHN BROOKS and BESSIE TAYLOR are:
i. INFANTDAU.9 BROOKS, b. September 17, 1928; d. September 17, 1928, Fountian Inn, SC, buried @ Fountian Inn City Cem..
ii. JAMES THOMAS BROOKS.


72. HOVIE CLYDE8 BROOKS (JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 10, 1901 in Laurens Co.,SC, and died August 13, 1957. He married MARGARET VIRGINIA MONROE June 03, 1931. She was born February 16, 1905.

Child of HOVIE BROOKS and MARGARET MONROE is:
111. i. HOVIE CLYDE9 BROOKS, JR., b. May 03, 1934, Fountain Inn, SC.


73. GRADY STODDARD8 BROOKS,SR. (JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 28, 1906 in Laurens Co.,SC, and died March 30, 1983 in Wellford, Spartangburg Co., SC, buried @ Cannon Park, Fountian Inn, SC. He married ANNIE KATHERINE MARSH April 16, 1932 in Harmony Meth. Ch., Edgefield Co., SC, daughter of WALTER MARSH and BERTA SMITH. She was born September 06, 1905 in Trenton, Edgefield Co., SC, and died December 03, 1984 in Wellford, Spartangburg Co., SC buried @ Cannon Park, Fountian Inn, SC.

Child of GRADY BROOKS and ANNIE MARSH is:
112. i. GRADY (BROOKY) STODDARD9 BROOKS, JR.,DDS, b. July 29, 1940, Groce Rd., Lyman, Spartanburg Co., SC.


74. HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS (JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 02, 1910 in Laurens Co.,SC, and died January 08, 1974. She married CLAY GRAY HIPP, SR. October 28, 1928. He was born November 12, 1908.

Children of HELEN BROOKS and CLAY HIPP are:
113. i. CHARLOTTE GRAY9 HIPP, b. July 22, 1932.
114. ii. CLAY GRAY HIPP, JR., b. November 14, 1941, Laurens Co., SC.
115. iii. CAROLYN BROOKS HIPP, b. August 28, 1949, Laurens Co., SC.


75. WARREN S.8 HAMILTON (FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 29, 1898, and died July 23, 1930 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ West View Cem., Esley, SC. He married BERNICE JONES April 13, 1950, daughter of JOHN JONES and IDA BARTON. She was born December 31, 1901, and died January 06, 1988 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ West View Cem., Esley, SC.

Notes for WARREN S. HAMILTON:
Killed on the railroad about 1930-32. Had 2 sons living in Easley in 1997.


Children of WARREN HAMILTON and BERNICE JONES are:
i. JOHN WALLACE9 HAMILTON.
116. ii. ALVA ROMAYNE (ROE) HAMILTON, b. May 31, 1926.


76. MARY L.8 HAMILTON (FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1901 in Pickens Co., SC, and died June 1996 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Woodlawn Memorial Park, Greenville, SC. She married LEONARD FURR DIXON, SR., son of JAMES DIXON and ELLA HERD. He was born in Hambersham, GA, and died February 14, 1972 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Woodlawn Memorial Park, Greenville, SC.

Children of MARY HAMILTON and LEONARD DIXON are:
117. i. LEONARD F.9 DIXON, JR., b. June 05, 1928.
118. ii. BARBARA JEAN DIXON, b. June 25, 1930.


77. GRACE8 HAMILTON (FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1905, and died in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Antioch U. Meth. Ch. Cem.. She married PERRY COX.

Children of GRACE HAMILTON and PERRY COX are:
i. YANAITA DAWN9 COX, m. HAROLD STARNES.

Notes for YANAITA DAWN COX:
Mrs. Dawn Starnes
P.O. Box 68
Perry, S. Car. 29124
#1-803-564-3278


ii. JIM COX.


78. CARRIE8 HAMILTON (FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 19, 1912 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, and died November 29, 1997. She married (1) M. C. FOWLER. She married (2) NARVEL WALDRIP.

Notes for CARRIE HAMILTON:
Mrs. Carrie Waldrip
13001 Old Statesville Rd.
Room G-252
Huntersville, N. Car. 28078

The Greenville News Dec. 1, 1997 Monday
Mrs. Narvel O. Wardrip
Carrie Hamilton Wardrip, 85 formerly of Greenville, died Friday. Born in Pickens County, she was a daughter of the late Milton and Fannie Brooks Hamilton and the wife of the late Narvel O. Wardrip
She was a member of Augusta Road Baptist Church, the Greenville Women's Club and Senior Action.
Surviving are a daughter and son-in-law, Joan and Charles "Charlie" Fuller, Jr. of Charlotte, three grandchildren, Eugene D. Falls, Jr. and his wife, Kay, Debra Falls and Curtis Falls and his wife, Pamela, all of Charlotte and one great-grand-daughter, Chelsea Falls of Charlotte
Memorials may be made to Augusta Road Baptist Church, 1823 Augusta Road, Greenville, SC 29605.
Graveside services 2:30 p.m. today in Woodlawn Memorial Park, section Q, with Dr. Marion H. Hare officiating.
Visitation 1-2 p.m. today at The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive.


Child of CARRIE HAMILTON and NARVEL WALDRIP is:
119. i. JOANNE9 WALDRIP.


79. ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER (LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 24, 1895 in Laurens, SC, and died October 19, 1954 in Leesburg, Florida buried @ Lone Oaks Cemetary. She married JOHN (DOT) DODSON MANLY August 26, 1915 in Greenville, SC, son of CHARLES MANLY and GERTRUDE CLEVELAND. He was born January 22, 1894 in Toccoa, GA, and died March 19, 1959 in Leesburg, Florida.

Notes for ELLA MAUDE MILLER:
Lived in Florida

More About ELLA MAUDE MILLER:
Religion: October 18, 1908, Baptism & Vows @ Esley, SC 1st Meth. Church

Notes for JOHN (DOT) DODSON MANLY:
Moved to Leesburg, FL and founded the J.D. Manly Construction Co. and became one of Florida's leading road builders.

Leesburg Commercial (Leesburg, FL)
March 19, 1959

J.D. Manly, Prominent Road Contractor, Dies

John Dodson Manly, 65, one of Florida's prominent road building contractors, died here this morning after an illness of several months.
Mr. Manly owned the J. D. Manly Construction Company and several subsidiary firms in the Leesburg area. He also was a citrus grower and extensive real estate holdings.
A soft spoken man, he was well liked in the community and gave generously to charity and worthwhile civic. One friend remarked this morning: " He have away more than a lot of people make." But it was part of his credo to say nothing about it to anyone.
Mr. Many died after the second of two heart attacks. He had been recovering from surgery at Duke University about six months ago.
A native of Toccoa, Ga., Mr. Manly came to Leesburg with his family in 1924. Through both the Florida boom and depression, he built his business interests steadily and was one of the state's most active road and highway builders. He was a past president and director of the Florida Road Building Association.
He was a member of the Morrison Memorial Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge Shrine and Elks Lodge.
Survivors are a son, Walter Manly; two daughters, Mrs. Ella Maude Gray and Mrs. Nancy Dunne: a sister, Mrs. Fletcher, all of Leesburg, and a brother, Harold Manly, of Birmingham, Ala. Eleven grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 4 pm in the Page-Theus Chapel, with interment to follow in the family plot in Lone Oak Cemetery. The Rev. Milton Wyatt, Methodist pastor will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Knud Larsen, rector of St James Episcopal Church.
Pallbearers will be J. B. Stewart, Ed Merrill, Gordon G. Oldkarn, Sr. Nash LeGette, W. F. Robinson, John L. Fahs, all of Leesburg: M. J. Carroll, Orlando and D. F. Taylor, Tampa.

Children of ELLA MILLER and JOHN MANLY are:
120. i. WALTER LEE9 MANLY, b. August 31, 1916, Greenville Co., SC; d. November 30, 1990.
121. ii. ELLA MAUDE MANLY, b. May 05, 1918, Greenville Co., SC; d. January 17, 1995.
122. iii. NANCY RUTH MANLY, b. July 03, 1931, Leesburg Lake, Florida; d. November 17, 1969, Leesburg , Florida.


80. ELOISE8 MILLER (LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 29, 1898, and died December 16, 1964 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem.. She married JAMES C. BAILEY, SR.. He was born July 14, 1899, and died April 15, 1977 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem..

Notes for ELOISE MILLER:
Greenville News Dec. 17, 1964 Thursday
Mrs. James Bailey
Mrs. Eloise Miller Bailey, 66 wife of James C. Bailey, of 8 Blue Ridge Drive, died at a local hospital at 3:45 yesterday after three years of declining health.
She was a native of Laurens, a daughter of Mrs. Lula Brooks Miller of Greenville and the late Oscar Lee Miller, and had lived in Greenville for 55 years.
She was a member of St. Mark Methodist Church, Circle 1 of the church and the auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen.
Also surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Hugh I. Cash of Atlanta, Mrs. Joseph A. Sammons of Greenville, Mrs. Stuart M. Burgin of Ft. Worth, Tex., and 2 sons, Jack C. Bailey, of Greensboro, NC and Joe M. Bailey of South Daytona, Fla. and 12 grandchildren.
The body is at the mortuary.

Dec. 18, 1964 Friday
Funeral services for Mrs. Eloise Miller Bailey, 66 of 8 Blue Ridge Drive, wife of James C. Bailey, will be conducted today at 3 pm at the Mackey Mortuary by Dr. Adial Holler and Rev. R. W. Sammeth. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery.
Pall bears, meeting at the mortuary at 2:45 pm will be B.B. Bailey, T. D. Bailey, J. D. Bailey, Jr. and John M. Dillard.

Children of ELOISE MILLER and JAMES BAILEY are:
i. WILMA J.9 BAILEY, m. STUART M. BURGIN; d. Ft. Worth, Texas.
ii. LOUISE ELOISE BAILEY, b. November 06, 1921, Greenville Co., SC; d. July 30, 1991, Greenville Co., SC; m. HUGH IRVIN CASH, April 06, 1957; b. November 14, 1925, Frankinton, NC.
iii. DORIS BAILEY, b. December 07, 1923, Greenville Co., SC; m. JOSEPH ALEXANDER SAMMONS, April 04, 1946, Greenville Co., SC; b. September 25, 1923, Greenville Co., SC.
123. iv. JACK CLAYTON BAILEY, JR., b. January 08, 1929, Greenville Co., SC; d. October 27, 1984, Greensboro, NC.
124. v. MARTHA ELLEN BAILEY, b. May 02, 1930, Greenville Co., SC.
125. vi. JOE MILLER BAILEY, b. October 22, 1931, Greenville Co., SC; d. May 22, 1996, Wilkesboro, NC.


81. LILLIE MAE8 BROOKS (OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 17, 1910 in Alabama. She married CHARLES PASKELL HOWELL, SR.. He was born December 20, 1908 in Greenville, Kentucky, and died December 27, 1980 in Detroit, Michigan.

Children of LILLIE BROOKS and CHARLES HOWELL are:
126. i. CHARLES PASKELL9 HOWELL, JR., b. 1928, Detroit, Michigan.
127. ii. ROBERT JEAN HOWELL (BOBBY), b. October 06, 1930, Detroit, Michigan.


82. CARA ABI8 BROOKS (OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 16, 1913 in Alabama. She married JEFF CLAY BROOKS. He was born June 01, 1910 in Baldwin, Habersham Co., GA.

Child of CARA BROOKS and JEFF BROOKS is:
128. i. JOE9 BROOKS, b. April 27, 1936.


83. ADAM8 BROOKS (OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 25, 1916 in Baldwin, Habersham Co., GA, and died 1965 in Garland, TX. He married (1) YVONNE. She was born in New Orleans, LA. He married (2) MARJORIE FELTON.

Children of ADAM BROOKS and YVONNE are:
i. VIVIAN9 BROOKS.
ii. MARY BROOKS.
iii. GERALDINE BROOKS.
iv. ALICE BROOKS.
v. JOANNE BROOKS.


84. OLICE PRESTON8 BROOKS (OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 09, 1919 in Woodstock ALA. He married MARGARET TEWLAH HARDY. She was born September 24, 1923 in Cornelia, Haersham Co., GA.

Children of OLICE BROOKS and MARGARET HARDY are:
129. i. STANLEY PRESTON9 BROOKS, b. October 28, 1946, Gainesville, Hall Co., GA.
ii. PAMELA LAURA BROOKS, b. September 28, 1947, Gainesville, Hall Co., GA.


85. BARTO8 BROOKS (WILLIE7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) died in 2001.

Child of BARTO BROOKS is:
130. i. BARBARA ANN9 BROOKS.


86. VELMA8 WOODALL (LESSIE7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born in Habersham Co, GA. She married ERNEST TENCH, SR..

Children of VELMA WOODALL and ERNEST TENCH are:
i. ERNEST9 TENCH, JR..
ii. LAMAR TENCH.
iii. BETTY TENCH.
iv. JAMES TENCH.
v. J. T. TENCH.


87. ALBERT PRESTON8 ADDINGTON (MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 13, 1897 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, and died September 22, 1982 in Griffen, Ga. buried @ Oakhill Cem.. He married PAULINE EUGENIA PIERCE May 24, 1919 in Suwanee, Guinett Co., Ga..

More About ALBERT PRESTON ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: telegraph operator, railroad agent

Children of ALBERT ADDINGTON and PAULINE PIERCE are:
131. i. DOROTHY EUGENIA9 ADDINGTON, b. September 28, 1920, Suwanee, Gwinett Co., Ga..
132. ii. ALBERTA PIERCE ADDINGTON, b. October 03, 1927, Macon, Bibb Co., Ga..


88. LOWERY (LARRY) THOMAS8 ADDINGTON (MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 26, 1899 in Pickens Co., SC, and died September 24, 1978 in Pickens Co., SC, buried @ Hillcrest Cem., Pickens,SC. He married GRACE LOOPER December 1922 in Pickens Co., SC.

Children of LOWERY ADDINGTON and GRACE LOOPER are:
133. i. JAMES THOMAS9 ADDINGTON, b. September 21, 1923, Easley, Pickens Co., SC; d. April 05, 2005, Anderson County, SC.
ii. ROBERT LOUIS ADDINGTON, b. December 09, 1925, Easley, Pickens Co., SC; m. JOANN LESLEY, April 10, 1968, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.

Notes for ROBERT LOUIS ADDINGTON:
No Children's.

More About ROBERT LOUIS ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupatin: U.S. Army

iii. GRACE EVELYN ADDINGTON, b. May 15, 1928, Easley, Pickens Co., SC; m. DAVID ELBERT HENSON, February 13, 1954, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.

More About GRACE EVELYN ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: Textile worker, seamstress.

134. iv. JOE ALLEN ADDINGTON, b. September 13, 1931, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.
135. v. JACK WILLIAM ADDINGTON, b. January 17, 1935, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.
136. vi. BETTY JEAN ADDINGTON, b. March 17, 1942, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.


89. ROBERT HENRY8 ADDINGTON (MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 18, 1902 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, and died January 17, 1964 in Greenville Co., SC. He married GLADYS ELIZABETH FINLEY December 23, 1922 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, daughter of JOSEPH FINLEY and LAUNA BABB. She was born May 04, 1904.

Children of ROBERT ADDINGTON and GLADYS FINLEY are:
137. i. ROBERT HENRY9 ADDINGTON, JR., b. September 23, 1923, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.
138. ii. LOIS ANNETTE ADDINGTON, b. June 19, 1925, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.
139. iii. KIMBERLY (KIM) OBERA ADDINGTON, b. November 30, 1927, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.


Generation No. 9

90. WILLIAM HALE9 SHERARD, JR. (WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 09, 1922 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC. He married HELEN ALVIE HUFF November 27, 1947 in Williamston, SC. She was born June 13, 1922 in Williamston, SC.

Children of WILLIAM SHERARD and HELEN HUFF are:
140. i. WILLIAM HALE10 SHERARD III, b. September 09, 1950, Greenville, SC.
141. ii. JOHN CALVIN SHERARD, b. December 26, 1955, Greenville, SC.
142. iii. THOMAS ANDREW SHERARD, b. October 08, 1959, Greenville, SC.


91. MARY CHAPPELL9 SHERARD (WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 05, 1924 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC. She married JOSEPH YATES WILLIAMS August 26, 1948 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC. He was born October 31, 1925 in Laurens, SC.

Children of MARY SHERARD and JOSEPH WILLIAMS are:
143. i. JOSEPH YATES10 WILLIAMS, JR., b. July 30, 1949, Greenville, SC.
ii. DENNIS GREGORY WILLIAMS, b. October 06, 1953, Greenwood, SC; d. July 25, 1976, Augusta, GA buries @ Mem. Garden, Greenwood, SC.


92. SOPHIE ELIZABETH9 SHERARD (WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 25, 1927 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC. She married JAMES EARL BRANNON June 24, 1949 in Ninety Six, Greenwood, SC. He was born May 14, 1926 in Inman, SC.

Children of SOPHIE SHERARD and JAMES BRANNON are:
i. JAMES HALE10 BRANNON.
ii. SHERRY LYNETTE BRANNON, b. September 30, 1956, Spartanburg, SC; m. LOUIS ROUND WILSON EDMONDS, March 11, 1878, Spartanburg, SC.


93. BERT9 COOK (ESSIE NINA8 SHORE, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1898 in Habersham Co., GA.

Child of BERT COOK is:
144. i. MARJORIE10 COOK.


94. BERTHA L.9 COOK (ESSIE NINA8 SHORE, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1900 in Habersham Co., GA. She married CHARLES C. WOOD.

Children of BERTHA COOK and CHARLES WOOD are:
i. MARJORIE10 WOOD.
145. ii. MAVIS NINA WOOD, b. November 26, 1925; d. July 12, 1960, Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL.


95. LAKE HOWARD9 SHORE (WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 19, 1908, and died December 06, 1957 in Habersam Co., Ga.. He married PEARL JOSEPHINE SKELTON September 05, 1926. She was born June 30, 1907.

Notes for PEARL JOSEPHINE SKELTON:
Talked with on phone Nov. 3, 1996. Living with her son outside of Atlanta, Ga. Remembers Thomas Warren Brooks living with his daughter, Anner until his death. Remembers that he had a leg removed and used a wooden leg. Also remembers going to see Warren's sisters, Fannie and Lula living together in South Carolina, after the death of their husbands. Says her father told her family history which is written down and can be found in the attic of her home place on Pea Ridge Rd. A house now painted "shinny" green behind her father-in-law"s home place- Warnie or commonly known as "Pa" Shore.

Children of LAKE SHORE and PEARL SKELTON are:
i. JEROME CLAUDE10 SHORE, b. September 18, 1928; m. META LINDENTHALER, April 02, 1953, Hiedelbery, Germany.
146. ii. WARREN SALONE SHORE, b. August 04, 1934.


96. GUY REYNOLDS9 SHORE, SR. (WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 26, 1910, and died 1978. He married (1) PAULINE GRANT. She was born December 08, 1910. He married (2) EVA MATHILDA SMITH July 19, 1941.

Notes for EVA MATHILDA SMITH:
Nov. 2, 1996, met Eva @ her home on Pea Ridge Road, while looking for the New Hope Baptist Church Cem. for Thomas Warren Brooks. She told us she was the widow of Guy Shore whose father was Warnie Shore-commonly know as "Pa" Shore. The Shore Country Store is beside her home and Warnie's home place is across the road.

Her address: 4145 Pea Ridge Road
Cornelia, Ga. 30531

Eva gave us the name of Bill, Bobby and Ken Ferguson to contact about family history. Bill Ferguson gave us the information on the Shores. His grandfather Ferguson and Ida Ferguson Shore were brother and sister. He also told us to contact Pearl Shore, 89, living in Atlanta, Ga. with her son, Warren Shore whose father was Lake Shore.

Children of GUY SHORE and PAULINE GRANT are:
147. i. JEAN10 SHORE.
ii. GUY REYNOLDS SHORE, JR..


Children of GUY SHORE and EVA SMITH are:
iii. REYNOLDS10 SHORE.
iv. DINAH SHORE.
v. ANN SHORE.


97. GRACE LUCILLE9 SHORE (WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 03, 1916, and died July 31, 1976. She married JOE P. SCROGGS June 06, 1934.

Children of GRACE SHORE and JOE SCROGGS are:
i. KEN10 SCROGGS.
ii. JANE SCROGGS.
iii. JOANN SCROGGS.
iv. INFANTBOY SCROGGS, b. 1944; d. 1944.


98. DOROTHY MARIE9 SHORE (WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 22, 1920. She married WILLIAM LEVIS MAXWELL May 29, 1943, son of WILLIAM MAXWELL and FANNIE ALLMAN. He was born April 13, 1920.

Notes for DOROTHY MARIE SHORE:
She teaches in Jasper, GA-graduated from Univ. of GA and Piedmont College
Members of the "Gooney-Bird Club"-town folk that fly rather than motor.

Child of DOROTHY SHORE and WILLIAM MAXWELL is:
i. JOHNNY10 MAXWELL, b. December 19, 1946.


99. LILLIAN ESTELLA9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 11, 1911 in Habersham Co., GA, and died July 16, 1980 in Toccoa, GA buried @ Mt. Zion Baptist Ch. Cem., Turnerville, GA. She married JAMES HARRY THACKER January 01, 1933 in Turnerville, GA. He died in Toccoa, GA buried @ Mt. Zion Baptist Ch. Cem., Turnerville, GA.

More About JAMES HARRY THACKER:
Occupation: 1940, Road Construction Engineer

Children of LILLIAN SHORE and JAMES THACKER are:
148. i. MARY CLOID10 THACKER.
ii. JAMES SHORE THACKER.
149. iii. DAVID MAXCY THACKER.
150. iv. IDA MIRANDA THACKER.


100. JAMES EARL9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 24, 1916 in Habersham Co., GA, and died August 16, 1968 in Fort Campbell, Kentucky buried @ Mt. Zion Bapt. Ch. Cem., Turnerville, GA. He married MARY FRANCIS BAKER April 12, 1933 in Tullulah Falls, GA. She died in Buried @ Mt. Zion Bapt. Ch. Cem., Turnerville, GA.

Children of JAMES SHORE and MARY BAKER are:
i. KERMIT10 SHORE.
ii. JOHNNY SHORE.
iii. ALAN SHORE.


101. CARL EUGENE9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 14, 1918 in Cornelia, GA, and died November 14, 1982 in Greenville, SC buried @ Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Greer, SC. He married WILMA MAE SHIRLEY December 27, 1941 in First Presby. Ch. Anderson, SC. She was born in Pendleton, SC.

More About CARL EUGENE SHORE:
Occupation: Printer

Children of CARL SHORE and WILMA SHIRLEY are:
i. CARL EUGENE10 SHORE, JR., b. November 22, 1942, Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC.
ii. PAULA ANN SHORE, b. November 23, 1945, West Palm Beach, Florida; m. (1) BLAIR; m. (2) PATTERSON.
iii. ROBERT SHELTON SHORE, SR., b. August 18, 1952, Greenville, SC.


102. JOHN DAWKINS (J.D.)9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 21, 1921 in Cornelia, GA, and died January 04, 1987 in Tullulah Falls, GA buried @ Joy Baptist Ch. Cem. Rabun Co., GA. He married MABLE A. WILBANKS.

Notes for JOHN DAWKINS (J.D.) SHORE:
Another source says he was buried @ Lakemont, Ga and died in Clayton, GA.

Children of JOHN SHORE and MABLE WILBANKS are:
151. i. SYLVIA10 SHORE.
ii. PATRICIA SHORE, m. LEE.
iii. JOHN DAVID SHORE.


103. ANNA AUGUSTA9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 27, 1923 in Turnerville, GA. She married ERNEST LUCIEN BELLINETTE.

Children of ANNA SHORE and ERNEST BELLINETTE are:
152. i. ERNEST FRANK10 BELLINETTE.
153. ii. NATALIE ANNE BELLINETTE.
154. iii. ANNA MARIE BELLINETTE.


104. DAISY GLADYS9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 12, 1928 in Tunerville, GA, and died March 1998 in Atlanta, GA buried @ College Park, GA. She married ANDERSON GUY HENDERSON.

Children of DAISY SHORE and ANDERSON HENDERSON are:
155. i. NANCY LEE10 HENDERSON.
156. ii. RODNEY HENDERSON.


105. PAUL WESLEY9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 18, 1931 in Turnerville, GA. He married PATRICIA GARYLE LEGG.

Children of PAUL SHORE and PATRICIA LEGG are:
i. LAURIE10 SHORE.
ii. JENNIFER SHORE.


106. DOYLE WILEY9 SHORE (JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 01, 1935 in Turnerville, GA. He married SARAH BRANTLEY BIGHAM September 22, 1956 in Hartsville, GA.

Children of DOYLE SHORE and SARAH BIGHAM are:
i. ANTHONY10 SHORE.
ii. JOHNNY SHORE.


107. ALEXANDER LAKE (A.L.)9 BROOKS, JR. (ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 09, 1920 in Florence, Florence Co., SC. He married LOUISE HOWFIELD April 15, 1945, daughter of PATRICK HOWFIELD and SELINA ATKINSON. She was born October 26, 1924 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK.

Notes for ALEXANDER LAKE (A.L.) BROOKS, JR.:
Ed Yound would call upon A.L., Jr. to kill his horse because he owned a 22 rifle that he saved his money to purchase. He was called upon to kill other animals.

Child of ALEXANDER BROOKS and LOUISE HOWFIELD is:
157. i. BARRY LAKE10 BROOKS, b. May 09, 1947, Florence, Florence Co., SC.


108. DOROTHY LOLA (DOT)9 BROOKS (ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 06, 1923 in Florence, Florence Co., SC, and died January 20, 2000 in Myrtle Beach, Horry Co., SC. She married DANIEL HYMAN (DAN) WINSTED June 10, 1947 in Timmonsville, Florence Co., SC. He was born September 10, 1918 in Mullins, Marion Co., SC, and died June 12, 1975 in Myrtle Beach, Horry Co., SC.

Children of DOROTHY BROOKS and DANIEL WINSTED are:
158. i. DAVID HAMILTON (TWIN)10 WINSTED, b. December 17, 1954, Mecklenburg Co., NC; Adopted child.
ii. DOROTHY JEAN (TWIN) WINSTED, b. December 17, 1954, Mecklenburg Co., NC; Adopted child; m. DAVID L. HELTON, June 10, 1990, Waco, McLennan Co., TX.


109. THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED)9 BROOKS, SR. (ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 04, 1926 in Dovesville, Darlington Co., SC, and died January 15, 1990 in McCormick, SC. He married JULIAANN QUARTERMUS May 30, 1949 in Main Street Methodist Ch., Greenwood, S.C., daughter of JAMES QUARTERMUS and SUSAN MCDONALD. She was born November 04, 1928 in Upland, Penn.-in hospital.

Notes for THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED) BROOKS, SR.:
After his father's death, Fred went to live with his mother and sister in the Jeffords homein Florence, SC, where his mother grew up. When the house was new it did not have a bath-the bath was added later. It had gas lights and a 5 party phone. Tommy Bateman owns the old home place in 2000. His sister is Mildred Mae Lewis
3646 W. Palmelto
Florence, SC
643-662-7528

More About THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED) BROOKS, SR.:
Fact 1: Buried at Overbrook Cem., McCormick, South Carolina
Fact 2: Occupation: Manager of the McCormick Milliken Mills
Fact 3: Education: Timmonsville High School 1943, Clemson University 1952
Fact 5: Activities: Veterans of Foriegn Wars,Exchange Club, Savannah River Hunting Club
Fact 6: Church: McCormick United Methodist Church, sunday school teacher
Fact 7: Military Service: US Army Korean War

Children of THOMAS BROOKS and JULIAANN QUARTERMUS are:
159. i. THOMAS (TOMMY) FREDERICK10 BROOKS, JR., b. October 04, 1954, Augusta Hospital, GA, McCormick Co., SC.
160. ii. JULIA (TAFFY) KATHRYN BROOKS, b. August 28, 1955, Augusta, Ga. Hospital, living in McCormick, South Carolina.
iii. JOHN PARKER BROOKS, b. November 13, 1962, Augusta, GA.


110. NANCY JANE9 GRAY (STELLA8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born April 23, 1927. She married WILLIAM (BILL) MATHESON CLARK, D. MIN. June 06, 1952. He was born February 02, 1928.

Children of NANCY GRAY and WILLIAM CLARK are:
i. SALLIE BROOKS10 CLARK, b. November 19, 1954.
ii. WILLIAM (BILL) MATHESON CLARK, JR., b. December 01, 1958.


111. HOVIE CLYDE9 BROOKS, JR. (HOVIE CLYDE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 03, 1934 in Fountain Inn, SC. He married ELEANOR MERRILL HENDERSON June 05, 1954 in Friendship Baptist Church, Ownings, SC, daughter of MERRILL HENDERSON and ERA CROW. She was born May 23, 1934 in Ownigs, SC.

Children of HOVIE BROOKS and ELEANOR HENDERSON are:
161. i. PHYLLIS ANN10 BROOKS, b. September 23, 1956, Fountain Inn, SC.
ii. DAVID CLYDE BROOKS, b. November 11, 1969, Fountain Inn, SC; m. JILL JENNINGS, February 15, 1997.


112. GRADY (BROOKY) STODDARD9 BROOKS, JR.,DDS (GRADY STODDARD8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 29, 1940 in Groce Rd., Lyman, Spartanburg Co., SC. He married MARY CAROLYN GOSNELL July 03, 1971. She was born April 17, 1948 in Greenville, SC.

Children of GRADY BROOKS and MARY GOSNELL are:
i. GRADY STOODARD10 BROOKS III, b. March 06, 1975, Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., SC.
ii. ARTHUR WILLIAM BROOKS, b. October 10, 1979, Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., SC.


113. CHARLOTTE GRAY9 HIPP (HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 22, 1932. She married THOMAS WILLIAM ARNOLD October 23, 1953. He was born March 29, 1931.

Children of CHARLOTTE HIPP and THOMAS ARNOLD are:
i. THOMAS CLAY10 ARNOLD, b. February 11, 1955; m. KIMBERLY ANNE WILLIS, July 11, 1981; b. January 20, 1961.
ii. HELEN BIRD ARNOLD, b. March 24, 1956.


114. CLAY GRAY9 HIPP, JR. (HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 14, 1941 in Laurens Co., SC. He married KAY MORGAN April 18, 1970 in Laurens, SC, daughter of HUGH MORGAN and KATHERINE COLEMAN. She was born July 18, 1938 in Laurens Co., SC.

Children of CLAY HIPP and KAY MORGAN are:
162. i. DAVID (ADOPTED) MORGAN10 HIPP, b. December 01, 1960, Laurens Co., SC.
163. ii. CLAY GRAY HIPP III, b. May 24, 1971, Laurens Co., SC.


115. CAROLYN BROOKS9 HIPP (HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 28, 1949 in Laurens Co., SC. She married JOHN MARTIN WHARTON II. He was born September 12, 1946.

Children of CAROLYN HIPP and JOHN WHARTON are:
164. i. JOHN MARTIN10 WHARTON III, b. December 03, 1970, Ft. Devens, Mass..
ii. AMANDA BROOKS WHARTON, b. June 05, 1974, Greenville, SC; m. ROBERT BROOKS.


116. ALVA ROMAYNE (ROE)9 HAMILTON (WARREN S.8, FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 31, 1926. He married GRACE FURQUERON YOUNG, daughter of HENRY YOUNG and GRACE FURQUERON. She was born September 20, 1929.

Children of ALVA HAMILTON and GRACE YOUNG are:
i. ALVA ROMAYNE10 HAMILTON, JR., b. December 21, 1955; d. October 31, 1993.

More About ALVA ROMAYNE HAMILTON, JR.:
Fact 2: Occup.:Actor

ii. HENRY YOUNG HAMILTON, b. April 14, 1957.

More About HENRY YOUNG HAMILTON:
Fact 2: Occup.:Banker @ Southern Trust, Atlanta, GA

165. iii. BERNICE GRACE HAMILTON, b. July 17, 1958.
iv. NANCY IRENE HAMILTON, b. January 22, 1966; m. DONALD GREENE.

Notes for NANCY IRENE HAMILTON:
Lives @ Warren Robins Air Force Base, GA.



117. LEONARD F.9 DIXON, JR. (MARY L.8 HAMILTON, FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 05, 1928. He married BETTY D. MCMATH.

Notes for LEONARD F. DIXON, JR.:
Leonard Dixon
5775 Victoria Ave.
Riverside, Calif. 92506


Child of LEONARD DIXON and BETTY MCMATH is:
i. TANNI10 DIXON, b. 1951; m. ROBERT M. NEWLIN.


118. BARBARA JEAN9 DIXON (MARY L.8 HAMILTON, FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 25, 1930. She married ROGER W. TEMPLE.

Notes for BARBARA JEAN DIXON:
Mrs. Jean Temple
130 Skyfields Drive
Groton, Mass. 01450

Children of BARBARA DIXON and ROGER TEMPLE are:
i. JULIE L.10 TEMPLE, b. December 12, 1960; m. MICHAEL STREETER; b. March 21, 1962, Melbourne, Australia.

Notes for JULIE L. TEMPLE:
Lives in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

ii. GREG ALLEN TEMPLE, b. March 21, 1962.

Notes for GREG ALLEN TEMPLE:
Lives in Richmond, Va.


119. JOANNE9 WALDRIP (CARRIE8 HAMILTON, FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married (1) CHARLES FULLER, JR.. She married (2) EUGENE D. FALLS, SR..

Notes for JOANNE WALDRIP:
Joann Fuller
5927 A Quail Hollow Rd.
Charlotte, N. Car. 28210


Children of JOANNE WALDRIP and EUGENE FALLS are:
i. EUGENE D.10 FALLS, JR., m. KAY.
ii. DEBRA FALLS.
iii. CURTIS FALLS, m. PAMELA.

Notes for CURTIS FALLS:
Live in Charlotte, NC


120. WALTER LEE9 MANLY (ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 31, 1916 in Greenville Co., SC, and died November 30, 1990. He married ELIZABETH VEOLA EZELL. She was born September 17, 1916, and died June 01, 1991.

Children of WALTER MANLY and ELIZABETH EZELL are:
i. ANN ELIZABETH10 MANLY, b. September 11, 1942.

More About ANN ELIZABETH MANLY:
Occupation: Chef in Seattle, Wa.

166. ii. BARBARA MAUDE MANLY, b. February 04, 1946.
167. iii. CAROL LEE MANLY, b. January 25, 1949; Stepchild.
168. iv. DODSON WALTER MANLY, b. August 28, 1950.
v. E CHARLES MANLY, b. September 20, 1953.


121. ELLA MAUDE9 MANLY (ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 05, 1918 in Greenville Co., SC, and died January 17, 1995. She married JULIUS ASHTON GRAY. He was born September 22, 1910 in Barton, SC, and died December 20, 1989 in Leesburg , Florida.

Children of ELLA MANLY and JULIUS GRAY are:
169. i. JOHN ASHTON10 GRAY, b. October 29, 1945, Washington, DC.
170. ii. MICHAEL GRAY, b. January 18, 1950, Leesburg , Florida.


122. NANCY RUTH9 MANLY (ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 03, 1931 in Leesburg Lake, Florida, and died November 17, 1969 in Leesburg , Florida. She married JOHN PATRICK (BUDDY) DUANE, JR. July 21, 1951 in Fruitland Park, FL, son of JOHN DUANE and MITTIS STANSELL. He was born August 15, 1931 in Bainbridge, Ga.

More About NANCY RUTH MANLY:
Education: Rollins College-Bristol, VA

Children of NANCY MANLY and JOHN DUANE are:
171. i. JOHN PATRICK (PAT)10 DUANE III, b. February 11, 1953, San Antonio, TX.
172. ii. NANCY KAREN DUANE, b. January 07, 1955, Orlando, FL.
173. iii. SANDRA (SISSI) RUTH DUANE, b. February 14, 1956, Leesburg, Florida.
iv. JAMES MICHAEL DUANE, b. September 08, 1958, Leesburg , Florida.
174. v. LINDA ANN DUNNE, b. June 24, 1960, Leesburg , Florida.


123. JACK CLAYTON9 BAILEY, JR. (ELOISE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 08, 1929 in Greenville Co., SC, and died October 27, 1984 in Greensboro, NC. He married MARGIE GRAY WILKINS March 03, 1951 in Fayetteville, NC, daughter of JAMES WILKINS and LUCY WHITLEY. She was born September 08, 1927 in Rocky Mt., NC.

Children of JACK BAILEY and MARGIE WILKINS are:
i. JIMMY GRAY10 BAILEY, b. February 09, 1954, Rocky Mt. Nash Co., NC; m. BARBARA WARD, December 27, 1978.
ii. JERRY CLAYTON BAILEY, b. February 09, 1957, Rocky Mt. Nash Co., NC; m. SHEILA WELCH, July 15, 1987.
iii. JACK MARKUS BAILEY, b. May 12, 1961, Greenboro, Guilford Co., NC; m. CHERYL RUDD, February 14, 1987.
iv. SCOTTY JOE BAILEY, b. June 04, 1963, Greenboro, Guilford Co., NC; d. June 18, 1971.


124. MARTHA ELLEN9 BAILEY (ELOISE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 02, 1930 in Greenville Co., SC. She married RAYMOND G. BODIE, JR. April 05, 1952, son of GARY BODIE and ELLEN QUARLES. He was born March 06, 1930 in Augusta, GA.

Notes for MARTHA ELLEN BAILEY:
Graduated from Furman University in 1952. Attended with cousin, Barbara Jean Dixon (Temple).

4403 Victoria Bld.
Hampton, Va. 23669
#1-804-723-5489

Children of MARTHA BAILEY and RAYMOND BODIE are:
175. i. CYNTHIA10 BODIE, b. July 22, 1954, Dekalb Co., Ga.
176. ii. GARY RAYMOND BODIE III, b. December 01, 1955, Norfolk, VA.
177. iii. ELLEN BODIE, b. October 01, 1957, Norfolk, VA; d. April 20, 1996.
iv. JAMES CLAYTON BODIE, b. January 28, 1959, Norfolk, VA.


125. JOE MILLER9 BAILEY (ELOISE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 22, 1931 in Greenville Co., SC, and died May 22, 1996 in Wilkesboro, NC. He married LULA NEVA FLOWERS, daughter of JOHN FLOWERS and ERMA MARSH. She was born March 13, 1943 in Jacksonville, Fla..

Children of JOE BAILEY and LULA FLOWERS are:
i. AVEN LYVONNE10 BAILEY, b. August 13, 1964, Daytona Beach, Fla..
ii. RHONDI ELOISE BAILEY, b. July 12, 1965.


126. CHARLES PASKELL9 HOWELL, JR. (LILLIE MAE8 BROOKS, OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born 1928 in Detroit, Michigan. He married MODEAN MILLER. She was born August 28, 1935 in Rocky Hill, ARK.

Child of CHARLES HOWELL and MODEAN MILLER is:
178. i. BRIDGET COLLEEN10 HOWELL, b. May 22, 1955.


127. ROBERT JEAN HOWELL9 (BOBBY) (LILLIE MAE8 BROOKS, OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 06, 1930 in Detroit, Michigan. He married MARIE CONSTANCE O'NEIL. She was born February 03, 1937 in Detroit, Michigan.

Children of ROBERT (BOBBY) and MARIE O'NEIL are:
i. CINDY MARIE10 HOWELL, b. 1957.
ii. ROBERT MARTIN HOWELL, b. 1958.
iii. CORNELIA JEAN HOWELL, b. 1960.
iv. JOHN DOUGLAS HOWELL, b. 1963.
v. GREGORY ALAN HOWELL, b. 1966.
vi. KURTUS JAMES HOWELL, b. 1969.
vii. VICTORIA LYNNE HOWELL, b. 1971.


128. JOE9 BROOKS (CARA ABI8, OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born April 27, 1936. She married ROBERT CALVIN WILSON. He was born July 14, 1933 in Lake Lure, NC.

Child of JOE BROOKS and ROBERT WILSON is:
179. i. ROBERT BROOKS10 WILSON, b. April 23, 1964, Battle Cave, NC.


129. STANLEY PRESTON9 BROOKS (OLICE PRESTON8, OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 28, 1946 in Gainesville, Hall Co., GA. He married BARBARA JEAN FUNK. She was born January 30, 1947 in Clarkesville, Habershan Co., GA.

Children of STANLEY BROOKS and BARBARA FUNK are:
i. ALLISON SUZANNNE10 BROOKS, b. 1974.
ii. STUART PRESTON BROOKS, b. 1978.


130. BARBARA ANN9 BROOKS (BARTO8, WILLIE7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married RICHARD DUANE FRITZ.

Child of BARBARA BROOKS and RICHARD FRITZ is:
i. RANDY10 FRITZ.


131. DOROTHY EUGENIA9 ADDINGTON (ALBERT PRESTON8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 28, 1920 in Suwanee, Gwinett Co., Ga.. She married JACK WESLEY MCDONALD December 26, 1939 in Pendergrass, Jackson Co., Ga., son of WILBURN MCDONALD and ADA SMITH. He was born June 09, 1918 in Pendergrass, Jackson Co., Ga..

More About DOROTHY EUGENIA ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: Secretary

More About JACK WESLEY MCDONALD:
Fact 2: Occupation: Supervisor Chrysler Motors, WWII veteran, U.S. Army, 2nd Armored Di

Children of DOROTHY ADDINGTON and JACK MCDONALD are:
180. i. BARBARA ELAINE10 MCDONALD, b. February 09, 1943, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.
181. ii. BRENDA JOYCE MCDONALD, b. April 19, 1947, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.


132. ALBERTA PIERCE9 ADDINGTON (ALBERT PRESTON8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 03, 1927 in Macon, Bibb Co., Ga.. She married TOM FLETCHER HARRIS March 12, 1949 in Griffin, Spalding Co., Ga., son of CHESTER HARRIS and MARY FLETCHER. He was born November 02, 1925 in Jendinsburg, Butts Co., Ga., and died December 13, 1976 in Roanoke, Al, buried @ Jendinsburg Meth Ch. Cem..

More About TOM FLETCHER HARRIS:
Fact 2: Occupation: salesman, U.S. Navy

Child of ALBERTA ADDINGTON and TOM HARRIS is:
182. i. RICHARD BRYAN10 HARRIS, b. November 20, 1952, Decatur, Dekalb Co., Ga..


133. JAMES THOMAS9 ADDINGTON (LOWERY (LARRY) THOMAS8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 21, 1923 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, and died April 05, 2005 in Anderson County, SC. He married FRANCES EARL BROWN July 11, 1970.

Notes for JAMES THOMAS ADDINGTON:
No Children.
James T. Addington, 81 of Lathem Road, widower of Frances Brown Addington, died Tuesday, April 5, 2005, at Anderson Area Medical Center. Born in Pickens County, he was a son of the late Laryy "L.T." and Grace Looper Addington. Mr. Addington retired from Saluda Valley Water Col, and was a member of Antioch Methodist Church. He was a US Army beteran of WWII, having served in the South Pacific. Survivors include two sisters, Evelyn Henson and Betty Raines, both of Easley, and two brothers, Joe Addington and Jack Addington, both of Easley.
Funeral services were held Thursday, April 7, 2005, in the chapel of Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown with the Rev. James McCoy-Bruce officiating. Burial followed in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown.

More About JAMES THOMAS ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: SAssistant Superintendent of Water Department, Easley, SC

Child of JAMES ADDINGTON and FRANCES BROWN is:
i. NONE10.


134. JOE ALLEN9 ADDINGTON (LOWERY (LARRY) THOMAS8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 13, 1931 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. He married DORIS FEANETTE BARNETT September 30, 1950 in Greenville Co., SC.

More About JOE ALLEN ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: U.S. Air Force

Children of JOE ADDINGTON and DORIS BARNETT are:
i. JOE ALLEN10 ADDINGTON, JR., b. May 28, 1953.
ii. ANNA MARIE ADDINGTON, b. March 14, 1956; m. (1) WILLIAM JOHN KELLY, May 17, 1976; m. (2) ROBERT MALCOM DODGE, October 1978.


135. JACK WILLIAM9 ADDINGTON (LOWERY (LARRY) THOMAS8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 17, 1935 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. He married MARY ELLEN MASENGILL December 31, 1955 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC.

More About JACK WILLIAM ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: Life insurance agent

Children of JACK ADDINGTON and MARY MASENGILL are:
i. TERESA MARY10 ADDINGTON, b. November 25, 1956; m. FRED C. JORDAN, July 15, 1980.
ii. JACK WILLIAMS ADDINGTON, JR., b. May 31, 1958.
iii. ANDREW THOMAS ADDINGTON, b. May 25, 1966; m. TRESSA BARKLEY, April 04, 1987.
iv. TALETHA NICHOLE ADDINGTON, b. June 06, 1977.


136. BETTY JEAN9 ADDINGTON (LOWERY (LARRY) THOMAS8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born March 17, 1942 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. She married PRESTON L. RAINES February 14, 1963 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, son of ROY RAINES and LILLIAN OTIS.

More About BETTY JEAN ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: Hairdresser

Child of BETTY ADDINGTON and PRESTON RAINES is:
i. LARRY PRESTON10 RAINES, b. May 18, 1965.


137. ROBERT HENRY9 ADDINGTON, JR. (ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 23, 1923 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. He married ALVYNE ELIZABETH RICHEY July 17, 1941 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. She was born April 30, 1921.

Children of ROBERT ADDINGTON and ALVYNE RICHEY are:
183. i. LINDA DARLENE10 ADDINGTON, b. June 11, 1946, Easley, Pickens Co., SC.
184. ii. REBA GAIL ADDINGTON, b. December 10, 1948.


138. LOIS ANNETTE9 ADDINGTON (ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 19, 1925 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. She married (1) JAMES WHITE HITT April 11, 1942 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, son of WILLIAM HITT and MOLLIE ROBINSON. He was born September 16, 1922 in Greenville Co., SC, and died January 26, 1944 in ship hit mine between Sicily & Italy. She married (2) LEROY FRANKLIN CRAIGO March 29, 1947 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. He was born July 03, 1917 in Greenville Co., SC, and died October 01, 1981 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem..

More About LOIS ANNETTE ADDINGTON:
Fact 2: Occupation: Asst. Registrat, Furman University

Notes for JAMES WHITE HITT:
No children

More About LEROY FRANKLIN CRAIGO:
Fact 2: Occupation: WWII veteran, printer

Child of LOIS ADDINGTON and LEROY CRAIGO is:
185. i. KAREN LEE10 CRAIGO, b. January 02, 1948, Greenville Co., SC.


139. KIMBERLY (KIM) OBERA9 ADDINGTON (ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 30, 1927 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. She married (1) HENRY MARTIN WARD November 06, 1946 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC, son of ESTON WARD and MAE GILBREATH. He was born October 31, 1922 in Gainesville, Hall Co, GA, and died October 05, 1976 in Greenville Co., SC, buried @ Graceland Cem.. She married (2) WALTER FRANK RODGERS April 23, 1977 in Freeport, Penrose Co., PA.

Notes for KIMBERLY (KIM) OBERA ADDINGTON:
Official name was Hazel vs. Kimberly.

Children of KIMBERLY ADDINGTON and HENRY WARD are:
186. i. BEVERLY RAYE10 WARD, b. September 26, 1948, Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., CO.
ii. INFANT WARD, b. August 17, 1962; d. August 17, 1962.


Generation No. 10

140. WILLIAM HALE10 SHERARD III (WILLIAM HALE9, WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 09, 1950 in Greenville, SC. He married BETSY LYNN BLANCHARD December 31, 1981 in West Pelzer, SC. She was born November 18, 1955 in Kansas City, KS.

Children of WILLIAM SHERARD and BETSY BLANCHARD are:
i. WILLIAM AARON11 RHODES, b. April 18, 1975, Titusville, FL.
ii. STEVEN HALE SHERARD, b. July 21, 1982, Titusville, FL.
iii. ASHLEY LYNN SHERARD, b. December 18, 1990, Palm Bay, FL.


141. JOHN CALVIN10 SHERARD (WILLIAM HALE9, WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 26, 1955 in Greenville, SC. He married LISA KATHERINE BENNETT May 27, 1977 in Williamston, SC. She was born September 01, 1958 in Belton, SC.

Children of JOHN SHERARD and LISA BENNETT are:
i. TYLER CALVIN11 SHERARD, b. June 22, 1983.
ii. WILLIAM BENNETT SHERARD, b. March 03, 1986.


142. THOMAS ANDREW10 SHERARD (WILLIAM HALE9, WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 08, 1959 in Greenville, SC. He married NANCY WACTOR October 17, 1981 in Alpharetta, GA. She was born June 04, 1959 in Lynchburg, VA..

Children of THOMAS SHERARD and NANCY WACTOR are:
i. THOMAS ANDREW11 SHERARD, JR., b. February 07, 1984, Atlanta, GA.
ii. CALLIE CORBITT SHERARD, b. November 22, 1987, Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA.


143. JOSEPH YATES10 WILLIAMS, JR. (MARY CHAPPELL9 SHERARD, WILLIAM HALE8, WILLIAM YANCEY7, ANZELLE (ANNIE) FLETCHER6 HODGES, SAMUEL ANDERSON5, FRANCES4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 30, 1949 in Greenville, SC. He married WANDA GLADYS FENDER December 18, 1971 in Rosinville, SC. She was born October 24, 1951 in Orangeburg, SC.

Children of JOSEPH WILLIAMS and WANDA FENDER are:
i. JOSEPH YATES11 WILLIAMS III, b. June 11, 1973, Merced, CA.
ii. TRACI SHANNON WILLIAMS, b. March 20, 1975, Bossier City, LA.


144. MARJORIE10 COOK (BERT9, ESSIE NINA8 SHORE, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married FLOYD JESEPH BLACKBURN in Alto, GA, son of T. BLACKBURN and LILLIE SHIRLEY. He was born September 29, 1925.

Children of MARJORIE COOK and FLOYD BLACKBURN are:
i. JOE11 BLACKBURN.
ii. KATHY BLACKBURN.
iii. ANN BLACKBURN.


145. MAVIS NINA10 WOOD (BERTHA L.9 COOK, ESSIE NINA8 SHORE, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 26, 1925, and died July 12, 1960 in Gainesville, Alachua Co., FL. She married JAMES ELBERT JOHNSON/HIBBERTS July 02, 1947 in York, York Co., SC, son of JOHN JOHNSON and SUDIE PATTERSON. He was born February 20, 1920 in Union Co., SC, and died February 23, 1980 in Gaston Co., NC.

Notes for JAMES ELBERT JOHNSON/HIBBERTS:
Step father was Jasper Hibberts with no formal adoption.

Children of MAVIS WOOD and JAMES JOHNSON/HIBBERTS are:
i. NINA RHEA11 HIBBERTS.
ii. JAMES CLIFTON HIBBERTS.
187. iii. MARK WAYNE HIBBERTS, b. September 17, 1955, Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL.


146. WARREN SALONE10 SHORE (LAKE HOWARD9, WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 04, 1934. He married CORA YVONNE HARPER April 27, 1957.

Notes for CORA YVONNE HARPER:
Dot & Bill Maxwell
107 Cherry Hill Drive
Calhoun, GA 30701
1-706-629-6540

Child of WARREN SHORE and CORA HARPER is:
i. KAREN SUZANNE11 SHORE, b. October 09, 1969, DeKalb Co., Decatur, Ga..


147. JEAN10 SHORE (GUY REYNOLDS9, WARREN COLUMBUS (WARNIE)8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married MAX SHETTLES in Huntsville, Ala..

Children of JEAN SHORE and MAX SHETTLES are:
i. DAUGHTER11 SHETTLES.
ii. DAUGHTER SHETTLES.
iii. DAUGHTER SHETTLES.


148. MARY CLOID10 THACKER (LILLIAN ESTELLA9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married FRYE.

Child of MARY THACKER and FRYE is:
i. DEXTER JACKSON11 FRYE.


149. DAVID MAXCY10 THACKER (LILLIAN ESTELLA9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1)

Children of DAVID MAXCY THACKER are:
i. MELISSA KAY11 THACKER.
ii. JENNIFER LEE THACKER.


150. IDA MIRANDA10 THACKER (LILLIAN ESTELLA9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married SPARKS.

Children of IDA THACKER and SPARKS are:
i. PAUL HENRY11 SPARKS.
ii. SELENA DIANE SPARKS.


151. SYLVIA10 SHORE (JOHN DAWKINS (J.D.)9, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married DEE.

Child of SYLVIA SHORE and DEE is:
i. DAVID11 DEE.


152. ERNEST FRANK10 BELLINETTE (ANNA AUGUSTA9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1)

Children of ERNEST FRANK BELLINETTE are:
i. WENDY LEE11 BELLINETTE.
ii. BRYAN WESLEY BELLINETTE.
iii. SCOTT FRANKLIN BELLINETTE.


153. NATALIE ANNE10 BELLINETTE (ANNA AUGUSTA9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1)

Children of NATALIE ANNE BELLINETTE are:
i. AMY LEIGH11 BELLINETTE.
ii. EMILY ANNNE BELLINETTE.


154. ANNA MARIE10 BELLINETTE (ANNA AUGUSTA9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) She married RANDALL.

Children of ANNA BELLINETTE and RANDALL are:
i. THOMAS11 RANDALL.
ii. CLAYTON RANDALL.


155. NANCY LEE10 HENDERSON (DAISY GLADYS9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1)

Children of NANCY LEE HENDERSON are:
i. TAMMY LEE11 HENDERSON.
ii. CHRISTY HENDERSON.


156. RODNEY10 HENDERSON (DAISY GLADYS9 SHORE, JOHN ROE8, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1)

Children of RODNEY HENDERSON are:
i. HOLLY11 HENDERSON.
ii. HEIDI HENDERSON.
iii. RYAN HENDERSON.


157. BARRY LAKE10 BROOKS (ALEXANDER LAKE (A.L.)9, ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 09, 1947 in Florence, Florence Co., SC. He married (1) IRENE JOANNE ARIANO RHOADS December 13, 1983 in San Bernadino, Upland, CA. She was born April 02, 1947 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA. He married (2) MARY JUNE CHILES February 06, 1993 in Hilton Head Island, Beaufort Co., SC, daughter of JOHN CHILES and ANN MCDOWELL. She was born December 21, 1956 in Asheville, Buncombe Co., NC.

Child of BARRY BROOKS and IRENE RHOADS is:
i. MICHAEL LAKE11 BROOKS, b. March 09, 1985, Mission Viejo, Orange Co., CA.


158. DAVID HAMILTON (TWIN)10 WINSTED (DOROTHY LOLA (DOT)9 BROOKS, ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 17, 1954 in Mecklenburg Co., NC. He married SHIRLEY ANNETTE STRONG July 09, 1977 in Andrews, Georgetown Co., SC. She was born August 27, 1951 in Andrews, Georgetown Co., SC.

Child of DAVID WINSTED and SHIRLEY STRONG is:
i. DANIEL HAMILTON11 WINSTED, JR., b. May 13, 1986; Adopted child.


159. THOMAS (TOMMY) FREDERICK10 BROOKS, JR. (THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED)9, ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 04, 1954 in Augusta Hospital, GA, McCormick Co., SC. He married HAZEL LAMARR QUARLES December 19, 1975 in First Baptist Ch., McCormick, South Carolina, daughter of CHARLES QUARLES and HAZEL GILLIAM. She was born September 25, 1954 in Abbeville, Abbeville Co., SC.

More About THOMAS (TOMMY) FREDERICK BROOKS, JR.:
Fact 2: Occupation: Technical Sepialist III, Oconee Nuclear Station, Seneca, SC
Fact 3: Education: McCormick HS 1972, Clemson Univ. 1985, Mathmetics-Computer Science
Fact 6: Church: Clemson United Methodist Church, Clemson, SC

More About HAZEL LAMARR QUARLES:
Fact 2: Occupation: Residential Designer & Draftsperson, Teacher
Fact 3: Education: McCormick HS 1972, Clemson Univ. 1995, Industrial Ed.
Fact 4: Baptism: First Presbyerian Ch., Dalton, Ga.
Fact 5: Activities: Genealogical Research
Fact 6: Church: Clemson United Methodist Church, Clemson, SC

Children of THOMAS BROOKS and HAZEL QUARLES are:
188. i. FRANCES LAMARR11 BROOKS, b. September 06, 1977, Anderson, S.C..
ii. THOMAS FREDERICK (ANDY) BROOKS III, b. February 18, 1979, Anderson, S.C..
iii. KATHRYN (K.K.) REEVES BROOKS, b. August 27, 1980, Anderson, S.C..


160. JULIA (TAFFY) KATHRYN10 BROOKS (THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED)9, ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 28, 1955 in Augusta, Ga. Hospital, living in McCormick, South Carolina. She married WILLIAM (KENNY) KENNETH PRICE May 24, 1975 in McCormick United Meth. Church, McCormick, SC, son of JOHN PRICE and MARY HAMILTON. He was born November 02, 1952 in Augusta, Ga. Hospital, living in McCormick, South Carolina.

More About JULIA (TAFFY) KATHRYN BROOKS:
Fact 2: Occupation: Social Services La Grange, Ga.
Fact 3: Education: McCormick HS 1972, Columbia College 1975, Pschology

More About WILLIAM (KENNY) KENNETH PRICE:
Fact 2: Occupation: Sales with Milliken Industries

Children of JULIA BROOKS and WILLIAM PRICE are:
i. WILLIAM (CROSBY)11 PRICE, b. December 04, 1977, Self Memorial Hos., Greenwood, SC.
ii. JULIANNA PRICE, b. October 19, 1981, Self Memorial Hos., Greenwood, SC, living in Chesterfield, VA..
iii. ASHTON BROOK PRICE, b. February 14, 1986, La Grange, GA..


161. PHYLLIS ANN10 BROOKS (HOVIE CLYDE9, HOVIE CLYDE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 23, 1956 in Fountain Inn, SC. She married (1) ASHLEY DAWES SHERMAN. She married (2) JOHN ROWELL THOMAS August 28, 1982. He was born May 31, 1946.

Children of PHYLLIS BROOKS and JOHN THOMAS are:
i. PHILLIP DAVID11 THOMAS, b. January 14, 1984.
ii. SUZANNE MICHELLE THOMAS, b. December 29, 1987.


162. DAVID (ADOPTED) MORGAN10 HIPP (CLAY GRAY9, HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 01, 1960 in Laurens Co., SC. He married DONNA TILL March 01, 1986.

Children of DAVID HIPP and DONNA TILL are:
i. KALLIE11 HIPP, b. November 10, 1989, Ruston, LA.
ii. KATIE HIPP, b. December 01, 1991, Ruston, LA.


163. CLAY GRAY10 HIPP III (CLAY GRAY9, HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 24, 1971 in Laurens Co., SC. He married CHRISTY ANSWORTH August 28, 1993.

Children of CLAY HIPP and CHRISTY ANSWORTH are:
i. GARRETT FOSTER11 HIPP, b. August 05, 1996, Ruston, LA.
ii. PARKER REID HIPP, b. August 18, 1999, Ruston, LA.
iii. GRACELAND ELISE HIPP, b. December 2001.


164. JOHN MARTIN10 WHARTON III (CAROLYN BROOKS9 HIPP, HELEN ELIZABETH8 BROOKS, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 03, 1970 in Ft. Devens, Mass.. He married MELISSA (MISSY) RODDY.

Children of JOHN WHARTON and MELISSA RODDY are:
i. JOHN MARTIN11 WHARTON IV, b. January 30, 1997.
ii. SOPHIA CAROLINE WHARTON, b. January 28, 1999.
iii. JORDAN (TWIN) WHARTON, b. May 31, 2000.
iv. JACOB (TWIN) WHARTON, b. May 31, 2000.


165. BERNICE GRACE10 HAMILTON (ALVA ROMAYNE (ROE)9, WARREN S.8, FANNIE ELIZABETH7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 17, 1958. She married DENNIS WAYNE DEENER, SR..

Children of BERNICE HAMILTON and DENNIS DEENER are:
i. DENNIS WAYNE11 DEENER, JR., b. July 02, 1981.
ii. KATIE AILEEN DEENER, b. April 07, 1983.


166. BARBARA MAUDE10 MANLY (WALTER LEE9, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 04, 1946. She married JAMES C. TICHENOR, LT. COL. USAF December 20, 1965. He was born September 16, 1939.

Child of BARBARA MANLY and JAMES TICHENOR is:
i. JAMES ROBERT11 TICHENOR, b. October 30, 1969; m. NICOLE RUTH HOLT, March 27, 1999.


167. CAROL LEE10 MANLY (WALTER LEE9, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 25, 1949. She married (1) JEFF DENNIE. She married (2) JACK ROSIER.

Notes for JACK ROSIER:
Carol and Jack have 8-10 acres in Sanford, Fl. and ran a U-Pick Strawberry farm for many years. They have a large family garden at this time, no strawberries. May 2000.
Carol is currently raising grandchildern ages 10 and 7, and they deep her busy.

Child of CAROL MANLY and JEFF DENNIE is:
189. i. PORTA LEE11 DENNIE, b. July 21, 1969.


168. DODSON WALTER10 MANLY (WALTER LEE9, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born August 28, 1950. He married DIANE MOORE August 20, 1971. She was born August 28, 1951.

Children of DODSON MANLY and DIANE MOORE are:
i. SHERMAN DADSON11 MANLY.
ii. MICHAEL JOSEPH MANLY.
iii. JESSICA DIANE MANLY.


169. JOHN ASHTON10 GRAY (ELLA MAUDE9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 29, 1945 in Washington, DC. He married DOROTHY (DOTTIE) JEAN SMITH.

Children of JOHN GRAY and DOROTHY SMITH are:
i. ROBERT ASHTON11 GRAY, b. April 16, 1975.
ii. MICHELE ANN GRAY, b. December 18, 1976.
iii. CHRISTOPHER LEE GRAY, b. March 28, 1980.


170. MICHAEL10 GRAY (ELLA MAUDE9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 18, 1950 in Leesburg , Florida. He married LINDA ANN SCAMBLER June 05, 1993 in Palm Beach, Fla, daughter of GLENN SCAMBLER and JANE WALLACE. She was born February 01, 1963.

Child of MICHAEL GRAY and LINDA SCAMBLER is:
i. SARA ANNE11 GRAY, b. November 08, 1994.


171. JOHN PATRICK (PAT)10 DUANE III (NANCY RUTH9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 11, 1953 in San Antonio, TX. He married PATRICIA (TRISH) ANN HEWITT September 12, 1976, daughter of JOE HEWITT and RUBY DAUGHTRY. She was born January 22, 1951 in Leesburg , Florida.

Children of JOHN DUANE and PATRICIA HEWITT are:
i. JOHN PATRICK11 DUANE IV, b. June 26, 1980, Leesburg , Florida.
ii. ROBERT BENJAMIN DUANE, b. February 20, 1984, Leesburg , Florida.


172. NANCY KAREN10 DUANE (NANCY RUTH9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 07, 1955 in Orlando, FL. She married (1) ANTHONY S. ENIX, son of CHARLES ENIX and AGNES STEWART. He was born September 11, 1951 in Leesburg , Florida. She married (2) JAMES F. WISDOM, JR. September 01, 1979 in Leesburg, FL, son of JAMES WISDOM and MILDRED STARLING. He was born December 02, 1946 in Ocala, FL.

Child of NANCY DUANE and ANTHONY ENIX is:
190. i. MARK ANTHONY11 ENIX, b. November 28, 1971, Leesburg , Florida.


Child of NANCY DUANE and JAMES WISDOM is:
ii. BRANDY KAREN11 WISDOM, b. December 15, 1980, Leesburg , Florida.


173. SANDRA (SISSI) RUTH10 DUANE (NANCY RUTH9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 14, 1956 in Leesburg, Florida. She married (1) AUBREY CARL MUNN II in Leesburg, FL, son of AUBREY MUNN and MYRA MOYE. He was born January 18, 1952 in Orlando, FL. She married (2) WILLIAM EDWARD (BILL) CRISPE June 24, 1989 in Leesburg, FL, son of WILLIAM CRISPE and ESSIE SIRMONS. He was born January 12, 1951 in Orlando, FL.

Child of SANDRA DUANE and AUBREY MUNN is:
i. CLINTON DOUGLAS11 MUNN, b. June 19, 1972, Leesburg , Florida.


174. LINDA ANN10 DUNNE (NANCY RUTH9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 24, 1960 in Leesburg , Florida. She married CARL DENNIS HEISE, SR. April 14, 1978 in Leesburg, FL, son of LEE HEISE and ALMA KENDALL. He was born October 19, 1957 in Op Locka, FL.

Children of LINDA DUNNE and CARL HEISE are:
i. CARL DENNIS11 HEISE, JR..
ii. JUSTIN DANIEL HEISE.


175. CYNTHIA10 BODIE (MARTHA ELLEN9 BAILEY, ELOISE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 22, 1954 in Dekalb Co., Ga. She married JAMISON BROW September 02, 1972.

Children of CYNTHIA BODIE and JAMISON BROW are:
i. DEYSI11 BROW.
ii. SARAH LOUISE BROW, b. November 21, 1973, Newport.


176. GARY RAYMOND10 BODIE III (MARTHA ELLEN9 BAILEY, ELOISE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 01, 1955 in Norfolk, VA. He married MARY PITCHFORD September 02, 1985.

Children of GARY BODIE and MARY PITCHFORD are:
i. KELLY D.11 BODIE, b. September 05, 1988.
ii. KATHERYN BAY BODIE, b. June 24, 1991.
iii. CAROLINE RAE BODIE, b. January 18, 1995.


177. ELLEN10 BODIE (MARTHA ELLEN9 BAILEY, ELOISE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born October 01, 1957 in Norfolk, VA, and died April 20, 1996. She married KEVIN ELLIS March 26, 1988.

Child of ELLEN BODIE and KEVIN ELLIS is:
i. LAUREN MARIE11 ELLIS, b. February 01, 1996, Fairfax Co., VA.


178. BRIDGET COLLEEN10 HOWELL (CHARLES PASKELL9, LILLIE MAE8 BROOKS, OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born May 22, 1955. She married MICHAEL B. SALUDARES. He was born 1953 in Ewa, Hawaii.

Child of BRIDGET HOWELL and MICHAEL SALUDARES is:
i. MICHAEL C.11 SALUDARES, b. February 20, 1970, Honolulu, Hawaii.


179. ROBERT BROOKS10 WILSON (JOE9 BROOKS, CARA ABI8, OLIN PRESTON7, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born April 23, 1964 in Battle Cave, NC. He married CATHY BURNETTE. She was born June 12, 1968 in Dallas, TX.

Child of ROBERT WILSON and CATHY BURNETTE is:
i. JERIS BROOKS11 WILSON, b. 1989.


180. BARBARA ELAINE10 MCDONALD (DOROTHY EUGENIA9 ADDINGTON, ALBERT PRESTON8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born February 09, 1943 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI. She married DOUGLAS R. GILBERT September 19, 1964 in East Lansing, MI, son of RUSSELL GILBERT and CARMEN ANDREE. He was born August 14, 1942 in Muskegon, MI.

More About BARBARA ELAINE MCDONALD:
Fact 2: Occupation: System analylist

More About DOUGLAS R. GILBERT:
Fact 2: Occupation: Photographer

Children of BARBARA MCDONALD and DOUGLAS GILBERT are:
i. RACHEL ELEZABETH11 GILBERT, b. February 24, 1971.
ii. ROBYN ELAINE GILBERT, b. August 17, 1973.
iii. ANNE DOUGLAS GILBERT, b. June 07, 1977.


181. BRENDA JOYCE10 MCDONALD (DOROTHY EUGENIA9 ADDINGTON, ALBERT PRESTON8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born April 19, 1947 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI. She married (1) RONALD PAUL ODOM October 01, 1966. He was born in Lincoln Park, Wayne Co., MI. She married (2) CHARLES H. HAWKINS III May 29, 1976 in White Sulphur Springs, MT., son of CHARLES HAWKINS and AVIS. He was born June 23, 1943 in NJ.

More About CHARLES H. HAWKINS III:
Fact 2: Occupation: forester Capt., US Marine Corps 1966-1969

Child of BRENDA MCDONALD and RONALD ODOM is:
i. JONATHAN PAUL11 ODAM, b. April 21, 1968.


Child of BRENDA MCDONALD and CHARLES HAWKINS is:
ii. SARA PIERCE11 HAWKINS, b. April 11, 1977.


182. RICHARD BRYAN10 HARRIS (ALBERTA PIERCE9 ADDINGTON, ALBERT PRESTON8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 20, 1952 in Decatur, Dekalb Co., Ga.. He married BETSY LYNN HENDERSON December 06, 1980 in Sandy Springs, Fulton Co., Ga..

More About RICHARD BRYAN HARRIS:
Fact 2: Occupation: Electrical engineer

Children of RICHARD HARRIS and BETSY HENDERSON are:
i. ASHLEY JO11 HARRIS, b. September 15, 1981.
ii. JUDSON BRYAN HARRIS, b. March 07, 1983.
iii. ROBYN LEE HARRIS, b. July 09, 1986.


183. LINDA DARLENE10 ADDINGTON (ROBERT HENRY9, ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born June 11, 1946 in Easley, Pickens Co., SC. She married GARY P. PULLIAM May 31, 1969. He was born June 26, 1947.

Children of LINDA ADDINGTON and GARY PULLIAM are:
i. ANDREW GARY11 PULLIAM, b. July 21, 1971.
ii. AMY ELIAZBETH PULLIAM, b. June 01, 1977.


184. REBA GAIL10 ADDINGTON (ROBERT HENRY9, ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born December 10, 1948. She married RICHARD H. KAPP December 12, 1969. He was born April 07, 1947.

Children of REBA ADDINGTON and RICHARD KAPP are:
i. LYDIA KATHERINE11 KAPP, b. November 11, 1972.
ii. RACHEL ELIZABETH KAPP, b. December 01, 1976.
iii. REBECCA ABBIGALL KAPP, b. March 20, 1979.
iv. KATHRYN GRACE KAPP, b. October 25, 1981.


185. KAREN LEE10 CRAIGO (LOIS ANNETTE9 ADDINGTON, ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born January 02, 1948 in Greenville Co., SC. She married (1) WINSTON DAVID HOLLIDAY September 09, 1967 in Greenville Co., SC. She married (2) DONNIE RAY EDWARDS May 01, 1982 in Greenville Co., SC.

Children of KAREN CRAIGO and WINSTON HOLLIDAY are:
i. WINSTON DAVID11 HOLLIDAY, JR., b. May 04, 1968.
ii. KRISTINA LOIS HOLLIDAY, b. April 29, 1971.


186. BEVERLY RAYE10 WARD (KIMBERLY (KIM) OBERA9 ADDINGTON, ROBERT HENRY8, MARTHA EULALAH (LULA)7 BROOKS, PRESTON (PET) SYLVESTER6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 26, 1948 in Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., CO. She married (1) WILLIAM JAMES KOSTOLNI January 20, 1968 in Sohren, Germany. She married (2) JAMES STEVEN FORD June 22, 1979 in Las Vegas, NV. He was born 1948. She married (3) PAUL SOLETSKI August 16, 1985 in Las Vegas, NV. He was born 1948.

Notes for JAMES STEVEN FORD:
No children.

Children of BEVERLY WARD and WILLIAM KOSTOLNI are:
i. BRANDON MARTIN11 KOSTOLNI, b. April 02, 1969.
ii. BRITTA LINN KOSTOLNI, b. March 31, 1970.
iii. BETHANI KIM KOSTOLNI, b. August 15, 1973.


Child of BEVERLY WARD and PAUL SOLETSKI is:
iv. ERIN MICHELLE11 SOLETSKI, b. October 21, 1986.


Generation No. 11

187. MARK WAYNE11 HIBBERTS (MAVIS NINA10 WOOD, BERTHA L.9 COOK, ESSIE NINA8 SHORE, ANNA EUGENIA (ANNER)7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 17, 1955 in Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL. He married JOYCE ANN WHALER August 19, 1974 in Elizabeth City, NC. She was born February 21, 1943 in Panama City, Rep. of Panama.

Children of MARK HIBBERTS and JOYCE WHALER are:
i. ROBERT DEAN O'BANNON12 HIBBERTS.
ii. GLENN TRACY O'BANNON HIBBERTS.
iii. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH O'BANNON HIBBERTS.
iv. CARL KEVIN O'BANNON HIBBERTS.


188. FRANCES LAMARR11 BROOKS (THOMAS (TOMMY) FREDERICK10, THOMAS FREDERICK (FRED)9, ALEXANDER LAKE8, JOHN THOMAS7, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born September 06, 1977 in Anderson, S.C.. She married HENRY ALAN YOUNG May 30, 1997 in Pickens Co., South Carolina, son of DAVID YOUNG and BRENDA TURNER. He was born March 08, 1975 in Central, Pickens Co., SC.

Children of FRANCES BROOKS and HENRY YOUNG are:
i. JAY ALEXANDER12 YOUNG, b. November 06, 1997.
ii. MATTIE ALLYSON YOUNG, b. August 30, 2004.


189. PORTA LEE11 DENNIE (CAROL LEE10 MANLY, WALTER LEE9, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born July 21, 1969. She married (1) HADJAS. She married (2) WHITTEN.

Child of PORTA DENNIE and HADJAS is:
i. DAVID ALEXANDER12 HADJAS, b. August 1989.


Child of PORTA DENNIE and WHITTEN is:
ii. KASSIE LEE12 WHITTEN, b. February 06, 1992.


190. MARK ANTHONY11 ENIX (NANCY KAREN10 DUANE, NANCY RUTH9 MANLY, ELLA MAUDE8 MILLER, LULA7 BROOKS, THOMAS WARREN6, ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) ANN5 PULLIAM, LUCY LONG4 ANDERSON, WALTER3, JOHN2, ANDERSON1) was born November 28, 1971 in Leesburg , Florida. He married LISA MICHELLE ROBERTSON March 15, 1997 in Orlando, FL, daughter of GORDON ROBERTSON and JUDITH LUND. She was born October 04, 1969 in Daytona Beach, FL.

Child of MARK ENIX and LISA ROBERTSON is:
i. ZACHARY HARRIS12 ENIX, b. March 27, 1998, Orlando, FL.

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