Elizabeth (?)

F, #1369, b. circa 1848
Birth*circa 1848 Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1848. 
MARRIAGE*say 1866 She married Jepy Holland, son of Elisha Holland and Margaret Bryant, say 1866. 
Married Namesay 1866  As of say 1866,her married name was Holland. 
Census*1880 She appeared on the census of 1880 at Pulaski County, GA. 

Family

Jepy Holland b. circa 1848
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Elizabeth (?)1

F, #2022
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth (?) married Jethro Bass, son of John Bass Jr. and Elizabeth Winborn
Married Name Her married name was Bass. 

Family

Jethro Bass b. circa 1734, d. 1794
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S289] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Elizabeth (?)1

F, #2438, b. 1654, d. 1713
Father*Peter Jochimsson d. c 1655
Mother*Ella Stilley b. 1634, d. 1718
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-705
Birth*1654 Elizabeth (?) was born in 1654. 
 She was the daughter of Peter Jochimsson and Ella Stilley
MARRIAGE*1665 She married John Ogle, son of John Ogle of Eglingham and Eleanor Pringle, in 1665 at New Castle, DE.2 
Death*1713 She died in 1713.3,2 
Biography*  In 1684 Elizabeth Ogle became a historical figure by her involvement in the border dispute between Lord Baltimore and William Penn. Samuel Land, Sheriff of New Castle, sent a letter dated May 30, 1684 to Penn reporting that Jonas Erskine and Andrew Tilley (could this really be Stilley), who lived near the widow Ogle had been warned by Colonel Talbott, under orders from Lord Baltimore, that if they did not yield obedience to Lord Baltimore, he would in three weeks time return and turn them out. On his return he erected a fort near Christiana Bridge, six miles from New Castle. This location is now marked by a bronze tablet (State Historical Marker) The differences of Lord Baltimore and William Penn were settled, and Penn retained what had been claimed by the Governor. (Hibbard)
New Castle, Delaware court records show that she was a titheable living on the north side of Christiana Creek and was assessed with 1,000 acres. (New York Colonial Manuscripts, Volume XXXI, p.149b.) 
Married Name1665  As of 1665,her married name was Ogle. 
Note2007 She The extract below seems to argue against Elizabeth being Wollaston:

There were, however, other debts and problems. In 1684 Colonel James Talbot from Maryland raided the area, destroyed Elizabeth’s hay by throwing it into the river, and built a fort on her property. Anders Stille and Elizabeth Ogle sold that property and moved to property called “the Hopyard “in White Clay Creek . “The Hopyard” had been surveyed for John Ogle the previous year. In 1687 Peter Petersson Yokum purchased the Hopyard to protect it from Elizabeth’s creditors. These two events present perhaps the best evidence in the “wife mystery,” as Anders Stille, Elizabeth Petersdotter’s uncle, appears to be helping take care of her, and Peter Petersson, Elizabeth Petersdotter’s brother, was also assisting. (Note: In The History of Gatlinburg, 1931, the author describes the Ogle family as “blond.” Could this be a Swedish trait inherited from Elizabeth Petersdotter? Hmmm.) (Note 2: The name Yokum comes from Peter Jochimson. Jochimson was anglicized to Yokum. Peter Jochimson (Yokum) was Elizabeth and Peter’s father.) in 2007.4 
Note*2007 She Here is a real mystery. I was told by Mary Carey that Elizabeth's last name was Wollaston, but this completely contradicts that fact. Here she is called Elizabeth Petersdotter (Peter's daughter). I'm inclined to think this is correct and that Mary was wrong although Mary was very thorough. The association with the Stille (Stilley) family is something I've known (and Mary knew too) for a long time. I've decided that Mary Carey was wrong. She based her information on this: According to Dr. Simeon S. Todd, Ogle family genealogist of the 19th century, John Ogle married Elizabeth Wollaston, but no proof of this marriage is known to exist. Dr. Todd made his assertion about 1880, and the conclusion stood essentially unchallenged for 100 years.

Noted Ogle family researcher of the mid-twentieth century, Francis Hibbard, maintained that the Ogle, Wollaston, and Crawford families arrived together in Delaware and remained close through intermarriages, but he confirmed that no proof was known to exist that John Ogle married Elizabeth Wollaston. Family historian William J. McIntosh stated at the 1979 Ogle Symposium in Indianapolis: "John Ogle married Elizabeth. Dr. Todd said for sure Wollaston; I put Wollaston with a question mark, chiefly because I've never found "PROOF". From the time the Ogle/Ogles Family Association was formed in 1979, the organization acknowledged the doubt that existed in the name Wollaston as the maiden name of John Ogle's wife, Elizabeth. She was shown in O/OFA records as Elizabeth (Wollaston?). In 1999, O/OFA member Virginia L. Olmsted, a certified genealogist and member of the Editorial Board at that time, reiterated that no documentation was known to exist to support the name Wollaston. Thereafter, O/OFA charts and records listed her as Elizabeth ??? or (maiden name not known).


originally published in
Swedish Colonial News,
Volume 1, Number 15 (Spring 1997)

Peter Jochimsson, born in Schleswig in Holstein, was enrolled in Gothenburg in September 1642 to serve as a soldier in New Sweden at a wage of ten guilders per month. He sailed to the colony on the Fama, the same ship that carried the new Governor, Johan Printz.
In New Sweden, Peter Jochim (as he was usually called) was first assigned to the new Fort Elfsborg near the mouth of present Salem Creek NJ. Later, when the Dutch in 1648 built Fort Beversrede at Passyunk on the Schuylkill, he was transferred to Fort Korsholm on the Schuylkill. The Dutch commander complained that in September 1648 Peter Jochim "contemptuously pulled the palisades of Fort Beversrede apart and broke through them, making use of great insolence by words as well as deeds." The Swedes built a house in front of the Dutch fort, blocking its view from the river. They also prevented Dutch freemen from settling in the area, effectively preserving the trade with the Indians for themselves.
Stuyvesant countered in 1651 by abandoning Fort Beversrede and Fort Nassau (on the east side of the Delaware) and building a new fort at present New Castle (Fort Casimir). To counter this move, Printz sought declarations from the Indians that the new fort was built illegally on land sold by the Indians to the Swedes. Peter Jochimsson was instrumental in obtaining the needed affidavit from the Indians, which was signed at Fort Elfsborg on 3 July 1651.
Shortly thereafter, Peter Jochim married Ella Stille, daughter of Olof Stille. They made their home at Aronameck on the west shore of the Schuylkill. Their first child was born in 1652, and on 1 November 1652 Peter Jochim was granted his discharge and made a freeman.
As a freeman, Peter Jochim joined his father-in-law and 20 other freemen in filing a protest with Governor Printz on 27 July 1653, seeking relief from the Governor's oppressive treatment of the freemen, particularly the Finns. This was the last straw for the tormented Governor, who packed up his substantial belongings and returned to Sweden via New Amsterdam and Amsterdam.
Upon the arrival of the new Governor, Johan Rising, in May 1654, the Dutch fort surrendered to the Swedes without a shot being fired. Peter Jochim then found his services in demand once more. As one ofthe few freemen who could read and write and being well-known to the Dutch, Peter Jochim was chosen by Rising to travel overland to New Amsterdam (Manhattan) to deliver a diplomatic letter to Governor Stuyvesant and to find out his intentions towards New Sweden. Peter Jochim and his Indian guide Taques left on 27 May 1654. Taques returned on 25 June with a letter from Jochim reporting that he had become ill in Manhattan and was too sick to return. Shortly thereafter, Rising received a bill from Stuyvesant for 127 guilders for Jochim's burial.

Ella Stille Jochim, widowed at the age of 20, married Hans Månsson later in 1654. He took over operation of the Aronameck plantation and raised her two children by Peter Jochim as his own. In addition, Ella had six additional sons, the eldest of whom, John Hansson, was bom in 1655. Hans Månsson died in Senamensing NJ c. 1690. Thereafter, Ella and her sons by her second marriage adopted the surname of Steelman. Ella died in 1718 at the home of her youngest son, Eric Steelman, in Gloucester County NJ.
Peter Jochim and Ella Stille had two children:
1. Peter Petersson, born in 1652, grew up in a household where his closest friend was his half-brother, John Hansson Steelman, born in 1655. Both became Indian traders with John Hans Steelman becoming a big-time operator, establishing trading posts in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Peter, however, remained at Aronameck, which became his own in 1681 when Hans Månsson, having moved to New Jersey, sold the tract to Peter Petersson Yocum, the new surname which Peter had adopted. It was derived, of course, from his father's patronymic. The new spelling can be blamed on the English clerks. Although many spelling variations are to be found, the surname became standardized as Yocum, except among descendants of Jonas, who chose the Yocom spelling.
Peter Petersson Yocum was married c. 1675 to Judith, daughter of Jonas Nilsson. Aside from farming and trading with the Indians, Peter also served as an Indian interpreter for William Penn in the negotiation of new treaties and owned a small gristmill on Mill Creek, a creek just south of present Woodlands Cemetery. He died in 1702 and by his will asked to be buried at Gloria Dei Church in Philadelphia. His widow Judith moved to Berks County with two of her younger sons. She died at Manatawny in Berks County in 1727 and is buried at St. Gabriels Church in Douglassville.
Peter Petersson Yocum and Judith Jonasdotter Nilsson had ten children:
Peter Yocum, born 1677, died 1753 in Upper Merion Township; married Elizabeth; one surviving son.
Måns Yocum, born 1678, died 1722 at Aronameck in Kingsessing; married Margaret Boon; no children.
Catharine Yocum, born 1681, died 1723; married Swan Justis; 5 children.
Charles Yocum, born. 1682, died 1741, Kingsessing; married Ann Supplee; one son and one daughter.
Swan Yocum, born 1685, died 1758, Kingsessing; married Joanna Collins; two surviving sons.
Julia Yocum, born 1687, not traced.
Jonas Yocum, born 1689, died 1760, Douglass Township, Berks County; married Hannah Enochson; survived by two sons and three daughters.
Anders Yocum, born 1693, died after 1734, Kingsessing; married Elizabeth Trollup; survived by one son and three daughters.
John Yocum, born 1696, died 1727, Berks County; never married.
Maria Yocum, born c. 1699; married William Morgan.
2. Elizabeth Petersdotter, born in 1654, moved from her home as a teenager to help in the household of her uncle, Anders Stille, living on Christina River. Here she met and married John Ogle, an English soldier who had participated in the English conquest of the Delaware in 1664. John Ogle and Rev. Jacob Fabritius were indicted in 1675 for inciting the Swedes and Finns to riot in opposition to orders of the New Castle Court to build a dike and road for Hans Block, a Dutchman.
John Ogle and Anders Stille made their homes at Christiana Bridge, Christina River. Ogle, a big speculator in lands and tobacco, died insolvent in the winter of 1683/4. Adding to his widow's troubles was a 1684 raid by Colonel James Talbot from Maryland which resulted in the destruction of her hay and the building of a Maryland "fort" on her property. Elizabeth Ogle and Anders Stille then sold their property and moved to White Clay Creek. She lived at the "Hopyard," which had been surveyed for her husband the year before. Unable to pay all of the estate's debts, Elizabeth Ogle was discharged from all further debts of her husband on 17 June 1690 by the New Castle Court. Meanwhile, her brother Peter Petersson Yocum in 1687 had purchased the "Hopyard" to protect it from creditors. Elizabeth died before 12 Sept. 1702 when John Hans Steelman and Judith Yocum, as executors of the Yocum estate, sold the property.
John and Elizabeth Ogle had two sons:
Thomas Ogle, bom c. 1672, died 1734 in White Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle County; married [1] Mary Crawford, [2] widow Elizabeth Graham.,
John Ogle, born c. 1674, died 1720 in White Clay Creek Hundred; married widow Elizabeth Harris. in 2007. 
Name VariationJanuary 2008  As of January 2008, Elizabeth (?) was also known as Wollaston This name is definately wrong. I inserted it here in order to have a way to find this woman until I become accustomed to her proven name. 

Family

John Ogle b. September 1649, d. before 19 February 1683
MARRIAGE*1665 She married John Ogle, son of John Ogle of Eglingham and Eleanor Pringle, in 1665 at DE.2 
Children
Last Edited17 Apr 2008

Citations

  1. Some genealogists have recorded Elizabeth's maiden name as Wollaston but no evidence has been located to substantiate this assumption. Elizabeth apparently was a woman of good sense and competent in managing her affairs and looking out for her sons Thomas and John. New Castle court records show that she was titheable, living on the north side of Christiana Creek, assessed with 1,000 acres. (found on line Nov. 2007 - mvw)

    As far as I'm concerned, there is no support for Elizabeth being Wollaston so I'm removing it from my database. MVW 2007
    According to Dr. Simeon S. Todd, Ogle family genealogist of the 19th century, John Ogle married Elizabeth Wollaston, but no proof of this marriage is known to exist. Dr. Todd made his assertion about 1880, and the conclusion stood essentially unchallenged for 100 years.

    Noted Ogle family researcher of the mid-twentieth century, Francis Hibbard, maintained that the Ogle, Wollaston, and Crawford families arrived together in Delaware and remained close through intermarriages, but he confirmed that no proof was known to exist that John Ogle married Elizabeth Wollaston. Family historian William J. McIntosh stated at the 1979 Ogle Symposium in Indianapolis: "John Ogle married Elizabeth. Dr. Todd said for sure Wollaston; I put Wollaston with a question mark, chiefly because I've never found "PROOF". From the time the Ogle/Ogles Family Association was formed in 1979, the organization acknowledged the doubt that existed in the name Wollaston as the maiden name of John Ogle's wife, Elizabeth. She was shown in O/OFA records as Elizabeth (Wollaston?). In 1999, O/OFA member Virginia L. Olmsted, a certified genealogist and member of the Editorial Board at that time, reiterated that no documentation was known to exist to support the name Wollaston. Thereafter, O/OFA charts and records listed her as Elizabeth ??? or (maiden name not known).
  2. [S62] Owen Kardatzke, "Wollaston", Elsie Wollaston Administrative Support Librarian in Vancouver Canada sent me this information. She saw my web site with the Ogle information. e-mail address.
  3. [S4] John Ogle, Booklet Library of Congress.
  4. [S607] Unknown compiler.

Elizabeth (?)

F, #2954, b. circa 1700
ChartsWilliam Basse
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth (?) married Moses N. Bass, son of John Bass and Love Harris
Birth*circa 1700 She was born circa 1700. 
Married Name Her married name was Bass. 

Family

Moses N. Bass b. circa 1700, d. 1777
Last Edited27 Apr 2006

Elizabeth (?)

F, #3991
MARRIAGE*before 1734 Elizabeth (?) married George Bell Jr., son of George Bell Sr., before 1734 She is mentioned in a deed with her husband. 
Married Name Her married name was Bell. 

Family

George Bell Jr. d. after 21 December 1755
Last Edited13 Jul 2006

Elizabeth (?)1,2

F, #4386, b. 1785, d. circa 1890
ChartsJOHN GRAHAM
Birth*1785 Elizabeth (?) was born in 1785 at GA Her birth year is established by the 1850 census.2,3 
MARRIAGE*circa 1799 She married Green G. Graham circa 1799. 
MARRIAGE*after 1805 She married David Daniel Dees, son of Daniel Dees and Elizabeth (?), after 1805. 
MARRIAGE13 October 1813 She married William "Billy" Barefoot, son of Miles Barefoot, on 13 October 1813 at Richmond, GA., Found this date in Georgia Marriages. From: Betty J. Smith [mailto:bettyjsmith@bellsouth.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 6:28 AM
To: erh@harmon-insurance.com Cc: margo4it@tampabay.rr.com
Subject: Barefoot
I found the marriage for Elizabeth Dees and William Barefoot on Ancestry but it was not listed on the Richmond County page. Do you have a copy of this Certificate. I also found a Jon Dees on the 1790 Richmond County Census.

Note from Ed Harmon to Luan: You were not part of this discussion, months ago,but Victor looked for over 20 years for Grandma Barefoot, referenced by his grandmother, and never found anything about her. He asked my mother to ask my grandmother about Grandma Barefoot. My Grandmother'sresponse set off the alarmbells and confirmed that there was in fact a Grandma Barefoot. The 5 of us together put together the puzzle that Grandma Barefoot was Elizabeth, mother of Daniel Dees aka Daniel Graham, aka Daniel Barefoot aka Daniel Rodgers. We used the trial information, marriage records and census data.

The importance of these three documents is that they confirm, aslegal documents,that Daniel Graham of Pulaski County was the step son of William Barefoot and that it was our Danielwho killed William and it was Daniel's mother, Elizabeth,who is our Grandma Barefoot.The documents also confirm thatthe 1859 GA prison record of aDaniel Graham is for another Daniel not our Great Grandfather.

Here's a note from an on line Dees genealogy: Most of the Dees men listed here, died in Pulaski County, Georgia. They are listed in the Early Court Records of Pulaski County, punlished in January 1819.

After Daniel Dees Jr died, Elizabeth married William Barefoot in Richmond County, Georgia in October 1813. William was a brigand and preported member of the Murrell Gang.

Daniel Jr born after 1774 in North Carolina was the son of Daniel Dees.

Daniel Dees was born about 1749 in North Carolina his father was Emanuel Dees.2 
Death*circa 1890 She died circa 1890 She was said to have lived to be 100 and died in the rocker on the front porch while smoking her corn cob pipe. I believe I found her on the 1850 (where she is shown as being 65) census living with her brother in law G.G Graham. However an exhaustive search through all the other census failed to show her.2
GRANNY BAREFOOT REFERENCE
Married Namecirca 1804  As of circa 1804,her married name was Graham. 
Married Name13 October 1813  As of 13 October 1813,her married name was Barefoot. 
CENSUS1840*1840 She appeared on the census in 1840. 
CENSUS1850*1850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at Pulaski County, GA; I think I found her living with a couple named Graham who are the same age as she. I assume that G. G. Graham is her brother in law. Ed seems to agree. here's his note to Betty Smith:
Well Betty,
It looks like your Elizabeth Barefoot is the daughter of our William Barefoot and Elizabeth Dees/Deas. I say that because of the name, DOB and the connection to William and the sale of William's property.
As William was listed as being Daniel Graham's step father in the murder trial, I would say that Elizabeth Dees/Deas was previously married to Daniel's father. Daniel married Patsy Daniels in GA in 1822, so he would have been born about 1801. Later, when he ran off to SC with the slave, apparently, he married a Hurt girl. We have an Elizabeth Graham in the 1850 GA census born in 1785 living in the household of GG Graham. She is not listed as a relative, just shown as present. Margot thinks and I think rightfully so, that she is G G Graham's sister in-law, who had to find a place to live after the property of William was sold. Since the Barefoots all left, she only had the Grahams to look to for help. I do wonder about your Elizabeth and Elisha Hodges in that regard, though, if Elizabeth was her daughter. Of course she might have had a time finding anyone that would have anything to do with her, if the Barefoots were a criminal bunch like the paper says they were.

Here's another note from Ed Harmon: We know that Grandma Barefoot was Elizabeth Dees; she should have been born around 1785. Daniel Dees, her son was born 1801-1802. The Barefoot families moved away from Georgia prior to the 1850 census. Grandma Barefoot should not have died until near 1885. She does not appear in the census records after 1840. So where was she?

Near the Barefoot home lived a number of Grahams who appear to be brothers. In the home of G. G. Graham in 1850 appears an E. S. Graham age 65 female, no relation shown, at the end of the family (spot usually for relatives living with). We believe this is Green Graham and his sister Elizabeth, who is most likely also Elizabeth Barefoot/Dees. Over the years I recall hearing the name Green but always thought it was a last name. It appears now that it might have been a first name. See attached. Elizabeth and Sarah were common names in the family.3 
Note2006 She Victor Myrick's grandmother was Dollie Graham, daughter of John Allen Jack Graham. My grandmother then said she knew about Grandma Barefoot, my grandmother of course was the granddaughter of John Allen Jack Graham. Ed in 2006.2 

Family 1

David Daniel Dees b. 1777, d. 1807
MARRIAGE*after 1805 She married David Daniel Dees, son of Daniel Dees and Elizabeth (?), after 1805. 
Child

Family 2

Green G. Graham b. circa 1780, d. circa 1810
MARRIAGE*circa 1799 She married Green G. Graham circa 1799. 
Children

Family 3

William "Billy" Barefoot b. 1777, d. November 1842
MARRIAGE13 October 1813 She married William "Billy" Barefoot, son of Miles Barefoot, on 13 October 1813 at GA. Found this date in Georgia Marriages. From: Betty J. Smith [mailto:bettyjsmith@bellsouth.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 6:28 AM
To: erh@harmon-insurance.com Cc: margo4it@tampabay.rr.com
Subject: Barefoot
I found the marriage for Elizabeth Dees and William Barefoot on Ancestry but it was not listed on the Richmond County page. Do you have a copy of this Certificate. I also found a Jon Dees on the 1790 Richmond County Census.

Note from Ed Harmon to Luan: You were not part of this discussion, months ago,but Victor looked for over 20 years for Grandma Barefoot, referenced by his grandmother, and never found anything about her. He asked my mother to ask my grandmother about Grandma Barefoot. My Grandmother'sresponse set off the alarmbells and confirmed that there was in fact a Grandma Barefoot. The 5 of us together put together the puzzle that Grandma Barefoot was Elizabeth, mother of Daniel Dees aka Daniel Graham, aka Daniel Barefoot aka Daniel Rodgers. We used the trial information, marriage records and census data.

The importance of these three documents is that they confirm, aslegal documents,that Daniel Graham of Pulaski County was the step son of William Barefoot and that it was our Danielwho killed William and it was Daniel's mother, Elizabeth,who is our Grandma Barefoot.The documents also confirm thatthe 1859 GA prison record of aDaniel Graham is for another Daniel not our Great Grandfather.

Here's a note from an on line Dees genealogy: Most of the Dees men listed here, died in Pulaski County, Georgia. They are listed in the Early Court Records of Pulaski County, punlished in January 1819.

After Daniel Dees Jr died, Elizabeth married William Barefoot in Richmond County, Georgia in October 1813. William was a brigand and preported member of the Murrell Gang.

Daniel Jr born after 1774 in North Carolina was the son of Daniel Dees.

Daniel Dees was born about 1749 in North Carolina his father was Emanuel Dees.2 
Child
Last Edited2 May 2009

Citations

  1. I had her last name as Wood, but removed it as a Dees researcher gave the dated for Elizabeth Wood as b 1740 died 1803. We know from the 1850 census that this Elizabeth was born about 1785.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  4. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Elizabeth (?)1

F, #5129, d. May 1803
ChartsJOHN GRAHAM
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth (?) married Daniel Dees, son of Emanuel M. Dees and Elizabeth Price
Death*May 1803 She died in May 1803 Letters of administration given to her son Drewry. 
Note* She Her name could be Braswell or Wood. A Dees researcher gave dates for Elizabeth Wood an b. 1740 d. 1803 and these seem to match. 
TAXROLL*1802 She was on the tax roll in 1802 at Jefferson County, GA, She was on the tax roll. Also listed was needham Bryant one of the first settlers to Pulaski County Georgia. 

Family

Daniel Dees b. 1740, d. 8 January 1802
Children
Last Edited22 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. I once had her last name as Wood, but the Dees researcher seems to believe that Elizabeth Wood married David Daniel Dees.

Elizabeth (Lizzie) (?)

F, #1471, b. March 1855
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*March 1855 Elizabeth (Lizzie) (?) was born in March 1855. 
MARRIAGE*circa 1878 She married Stephen F. Floyd, son of Frederick Floyd and Roxy Ann Blount, circa 1878.1 
Married Namecirca 1878  As of circa 1878,her married name was Floyd.1 

Family

Stephen F. Floyd b. October 1862
Children
Last Edited12 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;, Living in house # 447 with parents.

Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?)1

F, #2088
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?) married Samuel Bass Sr. 
Married Name Her married name was Bass. 

Family

Samuel Bass Sr. d. 1790
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S306] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Elizabeth Storm (?)

F, #4059
MARRIAGE*1826 Elizabeth Storm (?) married John Braddock, son of Nicholas Braddock, in 1826.1 
Married Name1826  As of 1826,her married name was Braddock. 

Family

John Braddock b. 1787
Last Edited11 Aug 2004

Citations

  1. [S559] Jo David Berg, "Nancy Ruffner," e-mail to Margaret Woodrough, Dec 12 2003.

Ellen (?)

F, #1782, b. circa 1851
MARRIAGE* Ellen (?) married Larry Bryant
Birth*circa 1851 She was born circa 1851. 
Married Name Her married name was Bryant. 

Family

Larry Bryant b. circa 1847
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Ellen (?)1

F, #3749, b. 1818
Birth*1818 Ellen (?) was born in 1818.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1845 She married William McFadden circa 1845.1 
Married Namecirca 1845  As of circa 1845,her married name was McFadden.1 
CENSUS1860*1860  She is shown living alone with her children.2 

Family

William McFadden b. 1814, d. before 1860
Children
Last Edited28 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;, Living in the 6th ward.
  2. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Elyah (?)1

F, #1895
ChartsWilliam Basse
MARRIAGE* Elyah (?) married /Bass/ (?), son of Jordan Bass and (?) (?)

Family

/Bass/ (?)
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S271] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Emily C. Tubbs (?)1

F, #4999, b. 17 February 1844, d. 1914
Birth*17 February 1844 Emily C. Tubbs (?) was born on 17 February 1844 at N Y.1 
MARRIAGE*8 February 1863 She married Michael Wallace Plourde, son of Hubert Plourde and Marie Josephte Robidas, on 8 February 1863 at Monona, Clayton, Iowa.1 
Death*1914 She died in 1914 at Indianola, Red Willow, NE.1 
Married Name8 February 1863  As of 8 February 1863,her married name was Plourde.1 

Family

Michael Wallace Plourde b. 22 April 1838, d. 1922
Last Edited16 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S611] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Emily Simmons (?)1

F, #3177
MARRIAGE*2 October 1898 Emily Simmons (?) married Matthew A. Bryant, son of James Burwell Bryant and Winnifred Anderson, on 2 October 1898 at Coffee, GA.1 
Married Name2 October 1898  As of 2 October 1898,her married name was Bryant. 

Family

Matthew A. Bryant b. January 1872, d. 5 December 1953
Last Edited7 Sep 2001

Citations

  1. [S492] Cara Murray, "Bryant Family," e-mail to MVW.

Emma (?)

F, #1477
MARRIAGE* Emma (?) married Homer F. Floyd, son of Amos E. Floyd Jr. and Martha (Margaret) Martin, She is wife #1. 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd. 

Family

Homer F. Floyd
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Emma B. (?)1

F, #3663, b. 1884
MARRIAGE* Emma B. (?) married Henry R. Floyd, son of John J. Floyd and Elizabeth Martin.1 
Birth*1884 She was born in 1884.1 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd.1 

Family

Henry R. Floyd b. 25 September 1877, d. 31 October 1961
Last Edited24 Jun 2003

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.

Ephraim or could be Frank (?)

M, #1348, b. circa 1860
Mother*Nancy (?) b. c 1823
Birth*circa 1860 Ephraim or could be Frank (?) was born circa 1860. 
 He was the son of Nancy (?) 
CENSUS1880*1880  Census Place:     District 317, Dodge, Georgia
     Source:     FHL Film 1254143 National Archives Film T9-0143 Page 486C      Relation     Sex     Marr     Race     Age     Birthplace
Nancy HOLLAND     Self     F     W     W     47     GA
     Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: GA     Mo: GA
Martha G. BRIGGS     Dau     F     W     W     27     GA
               Fa: GA     Mo: GA
John J. BRIGGS     GSon     M     S     W     4     GA
               Fa: GA     Mo: GA
Frank HOLLAND     Son     M     S     W     21     GA
     Occ:     Farm Laborer     Fa: GA     Mo: GA. 
Last Edited10 May 2003

Fanny (?)

F, #508
MARRIAGE* Fanny (?) married John Theddius Baldwin
Married Name Her married name was Baldwin. 

Family

John Theddius Baldwin
Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Flora (?)1

F, #5095, b. 1820
MARRIAGE* Flora (?) married Moses Dykes.1 
Birth*1820 She was born in 1820.1 

Family

Moses Dykes b. 1808
Children
Last Edited16 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Florence (?)1

F, #3386, d. before 1880
FLORENCE DONALDSON
Burial* Florence (?) was buried Buried in Salen Cemetery. 
MARRIAGE* She married Jesse R Donaldson, son of Joseph Crawford Donaldson and Susannah "Susie" Odom
Death*before 1880 She died before 1880 She does not appear with husband and daughter in 1880 census. 
Married Name Her married name was Donaldson. 

Family

Jesse R Donaldson b. 1844
Child
Last Edited3 Feb 2004

Citations

  1. Note from Becky Nagle
    Florence was the wife of Jesse (Josephine's brother)...They are the ancestors of the Donaldson contact I've made - Cynthia Montford.
    2002.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Florence (?)1

F, #3487
MARRIAGE* Florence (?) married Alford Carl Purser, son of Pryor Green Purser and Elizabeth Juliette Holland.1 
Married Name Her married name was Purser.1 

Family

Alford Carl Purser b. March 1881, d. 1973
Child
Last Edited15 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. [S504] Kent Pusser, "Kent Pusser," e-mail to MVW, 1-2003.
  2. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.

Fortune (?)1

F, #2091
MARRIAGE* Fortune (?) married Samuel Bass Jr., son of Samuel Bass Sr. and Elizabeth and Sarah #1 &_#2 (?)
Married Name Her married name was Bass. 

Family

Samuel Bass Jr. d. 1796
Children
Last Edited21 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.

Frances E (?)1

F, #4826, b. 1807
MARRIAGE* Frances E (?) married Thomas R. Sandiford.1 
Birth*1807 She was born in 1807.1 
Married Name Her married name was Sandiford.1 

Family

Thomas R. Sandiford b. 1802
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.

Francis (?)

F, #1994
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
MARRIAGE* Francis (?) married Jesse Bass, son of Isaac Bass and Nancy (Ann) (?).1 
Married Name Her married name was Bass.1 

Family

Jesse Bass d. 1822
Children
Last Edited16 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S483] Joseph Watson, Nash County Wills.

Hannah (?)

F, #3582
ChartsAnnie Jane Holland
MARRIAGE*circa 1790  Date guessed from will dated 1816 mentioning sons under 21. 
Married Namecirca 1790  As of circa 1790,her married name was Donaldson. 

Family

Jesse Donaldson
Children
Last Edited27 Apr 2006

Hattie J. (?)

F, #1464, b. June 1865
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
MARRIAGE* Hattie J. (?) married Daniel Webster Floyd, son of Washington J. Floyd and Susan Lister
Birth*June 1865 She was born in June 1865. 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd. 

Family

Daniel Webster Floyd b. February 1859, d. 6 July 1918
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Henrietta (?)1

F, #4164, b. 1859
MARRIAGE* Henrietta (?) married John L. Anderson, son of Joseph Anderson and Mary Tyson.1 
Birth*1859 She was born in 1859.1 
Married Name Her married name was Anderson.1 

Family

John L. Anderson b. 1857
Children
Last Edited3 Jun 2005

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Hester (?)1

F, #4494
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
MARRIAGE* Hester (?) married William Basse, son of William Basse Sr. and Sarah Batten.1 

Family

William Basse b. 18 February 1647/48, d. 1695
Children
Last Edited3 Aug 2006

Citations

  1. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.

Ida R (?)1

F, #4461, b. 1873
ChartsDe Calmes
MARRIAGE* Ida R (?) married John Jack Richardson, son of William Hall Richardson and Jane Shore Stamps.1 
Birth*1873 She was born in 1873.1 
Married Name Her married name was Richardson. 

Family

John Jack Richardson b. 1860, d. 13 July 1937
Child
Last Edited13 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S518] 1930 Census;.