F, #1346, b. circa 1853
|Birth*||circa 1853 ||Martha (?) was born circa 1853. |
| ||She was the daughter of Nancy (?). |
F, #1455, b. May 1875
Martha J. (?)
F, #3650, b. 11 August 1862
- [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
- [S59] 1900 Census;.
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Mary (?) married Edward Goodson. |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Goodson. |
F, #1727, b. 1870
- [S60] 1910 Census;.
- [S61] 1920 Census;.
- [S492] Cara Murray, "Bryant Family," e-mail to MVW.
|Birth*|| ||Mary (?) was born at Northampton, NC. |
|MARRIAGE*||after 1724 ||She married John Bass, son of William Bass Sr. and Catherine LANIER, after 1724 at Perquimans, NC, I infer this date as it follows the birth of a supposed date of last child Patience. Patience is listed as being John's daughter, and evidently Mary had been married before and brought some children to the marriage who John called "my last wife's children - unnamed".|
Mary married a man named Staples before Nov 21 1748 as she sold her right of dower and thirds of property to John Bass, Jr.1
|MARRIAGE||after 1732 ||She married (?) Staples after 1732.2 |
|Married Name||1696 || As of 1696,her married name was Bass.1 |
|Married Name||after 1732 || As of after 1732,her married name was Staples.2 |
|DEED*||21 November 1748 ||She was shown on a deed on 21 November 1748 at NC Mary Staples of Northampton county, widow of John Bass Sr. deeds to John Bass "all my right of dower in the plantation and thirds of property to me as a widow."3 |
- [S65] The Bass Book.
- [S467] Free African Americans, online www.freeafricanamericans.com.
- [S487] John Bass, Documents MVW file.
- [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.
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Mary (?) married William Jackson. |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Jackson. |
F, #4623, d. after 1683
Mary A. (?)
F, #1792, b. circa 1825
|Birth*||circa 1825 ||Mary A. (?) was born circa 1825. |
|MARRIAGE*||say 1852 ||She married Davis Bryant say 1852. |
|Married Name||say 1852 || As of say 1852,her married name was Bryant. |
Mary E. (?)
F, #1636, b. July 1861
Mary E. (?)1
F, #4360, b. 1834
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Mary E. (?) married Robert Sparrow. |
|Birth*||1834 ||She was born in 1834.1 |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Sparrow. |
- [S55] 1870 Census;.
Mary J. (?)1
F, #3290, b. 1837, d. June 1881
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Mary J. (?) married Walter James Blakely, son of John Simpson Blakely and Jemima Cecelia Fortune, The 1880 census for St. Louis shows Mary J. Blakely wife age 43. The family lives with Walter's mother and aunt, a brother and a cousin. No children.1 |
|Birth*||1837 ||She was born in 1837.1 |
|Death*||June 1881 ||She died in June 1881 at St. Louis, MO.1 |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Blakely. |
- [S56] 1880 Census;.
Mary J. (?)
F, #3860, b. 1872
|Birth*||1872 || In 1872 atabase: :2630429|
Name: Pat Hayes
Wife #3, was Mary J (?) who was born about 1872 in Georgia. She was listed a a school teacher on the 1910 census in Irwin County, GA.
|MARRIAGE*||1907 ||Mary J. (?) married Jesse Jasper Holland, son of John Jasper Holland and Josephine Donaldson, in 1907 at Irwin, GA, On the census it appears that his wife's name was Mary J. and her occupation was school teacher.|
Note from Becky Nagle I double checked my census – JJ wasn’t in Wilkinson County with the new wife in 1910 – he was in Irwin County which was 3 counties south of Pulaski and 4 counties south of Bleckley.
His wife was teaching in Irwin and he rented a farm.
I’d love to find that marriage record, but where to look?? He married after 6 SEP 1905 (Mary Lou Vinson’s death date) and on the 23 MAY 1910 census date, it stated that they had been married 3 years…which puts the marriage date between 1906-1907. Let’s say he was ‘courting’ right after Mary Lou’s death - 1905-1906.
Here’s the question… Do you know if between 1905-1907 he was still farming away in GA or had he started his migration to the Florida everglades? I remember Shug saying that he dropped off Duckie, Florence and Bubba with the Floyds to live while Jesse and my grandfather took off – but when?
Mary J. was born in Georgia, so it’s not likely he met her and married in Florida. Do you think it is more likely that a teacher in Irwin Co. was ‘home-grown’ – hiring one of their ‘own’ to teach? Becky.1
|Married Name||1907 || As of 1907,her married name was Holland.1 |
- [S497] Becky Nagle, "Holland Correspondence," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, 2001.
Mary Lanier (?)1
F, #4897, b. circa 1715
|Birth*||circa 1715 ||Mary Lanier (?) was born circa 1715.1 |
|MARRIAGE*||circa 1734 ||She married James Bass, son of Edward Bass and Lovewell (?), circa 1734 at Bertie, NC.1 |
|Married Name||circa 1734 || As of circa 1734,her married name was Bass.1 |
- [S604] Sidney Polley, "Polley," e-mail to MVW, November 2007.
Mary McCray (?)
F, #4083, d. before 1837
|MARRIAGE*||10 February 1833 ||Mary McCray (?) married Elisha Holland, son of James Holland Sr., on 10 February 1833 at Pulaski County, GA, Found this marriage and date in Georgia Marriages - Ancestry.com. Its also in the Pulaski County History.1 |
|Death*||before 1837 ||She died before 1837.1 |
|Married Name||10 February 1833 || As of 10 February 1833,her married name was Holland. |
- [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
Mary Metcalfe (?)1
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Mary Metcalfe (?) married Joseph Morin.1 |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Morin. |
- [S494] Laura Glass, "Laura Woodrough Glass correspondence", This is taken from information assembled by LWG. Individual sources will be mentioned in each item.
My source for the THOMAS SHORE information was Marshall SHORE, who has done
extensive research on the SHORE ancestors; also, received information from
Tommy Wiggins, a descendant, on Jane Shore Morin and William STAMPS, and Sue Moore, another descendant of Jane Shore & James MORIN.
But Marshall Shore was the main source of info.
Mary Polly (?)
F, #4800, b. 1795
|Birth*||1795 ||Mary Polly (?) was born in 1795 at SC. |
|MARRIAGE*||1825 ||She married Daniel Dees, son of Shadrack "Shade" Dees and Grace Barefoot, in 1825 at Pulaski County His marriage is not recorded in the Pulaski County History although Ed Harmon says he found the marriage in Pulaski County.1 |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Dees. |
- [S602] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient.
Mary Walker (?)1
- [S492] Cara Murray, "Bryant Family," e-mail to MVW.
F, #2705, b. 1102, d. 1167
F, #2028, b. circa 1774
|Relationships||1st cousin 7 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.|
1st cousin 7 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
|MARRIAGE*||circa 1780 ||Mildred (?) married Sion Bass, son of Abraham Bass and Mary Rogers, circa 1780 The marriage of Sion Bass and Mildred, who later married Shad Floyd, is the earliest documented record of the link between the Bass and Floyd Family of North Carolina. It is interesting that the family linking occurred in the newly created county of Nash for it would be from this county that Fed Floyd and Mourning Bass would depart on the next significant migration of the family into newly opened lands in Georgia. The brothers John and Sion Bass seem to have died rather young. Sion's widow, Mildred married Shad Floyd who was the brother of Fed Floyd who was appointed administrator for John's estate and married John's daughter, Mourning.|
Both the Bass and the Floyd family had come as early settlers to the colonies from England and had slowly migrated from Virginia into North Carolina over a period of 100 years. The process continued into the 19th and 20th century as the more adventurous members gradually moved into Georgia and beyond seeking to better their lives. North Carolina Court Records part 1 (1778-1804) describe a segment of the family's life starting in 1798 where on page 19 Abraham Bass is appointed Guardian to Alden and Kitchen Bass orphans of Sion Bass. In May of 1799 on p. 43 is a note about articles of agreement between Abraham Bass and William Bridgers. On p. 49 is a note of the appointment of George Boddie Esq. as guardian to Kitchen, John, Alden and Quinny Bass orphans of Sion Bass. On pp. 48 and 49 is a note that a division of the Estate of Sion Bass established at this term which division ___ ____ Each Legatee part (cannot read rest - not much here).
Also during the May term of 1800 Court Nathan Whitehead, Benjamin A. Boom, John Edwards, Jason Rogers, John Drake are appointed commissioners to lay off and allot the land which Willis Bass deceased seized of the one six part of the one fifth part of John Parker and wife agreeable to the petition. The court appoints William Bridgers as guardian to the infant mentioned in the above petition.
Division of the land of Sihon Bass Nash County, N.C. Vol. 14 p. 31 Aug. Ct. 1803 State of North Carolina, Nash County August Term 1800. We the commissioners having met with the surveyor proceed to divide the Lands of Sihon Bass deceased between the heirs of said Bass. Plan 1st contains 2/7(?) of the land allowed to Willis Bass deceased which said lot contains 132 A whereof No. 1 is alloted to Shad Floyd for the mother of said deceased child. No. 2 Jordan Bass No. 3 John Parker for his wife each part containing 16 acres. Beginning at a Turkey Oak in Thomas line thence South 60 poles to a white oak John Turner's corner thence west 68 poles to his other corner thence _____ Turner's other line south 40 poles to a red oak thence Sampson Powells line West 36 poles to a co blk. (Black Gum Pine?) thence Masengales line North 100 poles to a black Jack Thence East to the first station containing forty eight acres. Plan 2nd contains Quinny Bass's part of the land of Willis Bass deceaseed. Beg. at a pine in Masingale's line and running south 25 poles to a blk Jack Thence east 140 poles to a turkey oak in Thomas line thence North 25 poles to a stake thence west to the first station containing 16 acres. Plan 3rd contains the lands of John Bass, Kitchen Bass & Aldin Bass their parts of the land of Sihon Bass deceased including their equal art of the lot of Willis Bass deceased viz. No 1 to John, No.2 to Kitchen & No. 3 to Alden Bass, as will appear by the plan annexed.
Beg at a red oak and running South 118 poles to a stake thence west 104 poles to a black jack in Masingale's line thence north 25 poles to acorner post oak thence west 127 poles to James Masingales corner sweet gum thence Chapman's line north 56 poles to a maple thence North 52 (d) 23 poles to a stake thence Gays line North 182 poles to a corner blk oak thence E 114 poles to a corner white oak thence Edward's line North 123 poles to a corner pine thence to the first station containing in all three hundred and eighty acres.
Plan 4th is a tract or parcel of Land lying on both sides of Tumblin Run Creek containing one hundred and twenty acres more or less and is bounded agreeable to a deed of conveyance from Abraham Bass to the said Sihon Bass deceased which said tract of land and premises we allot to Jordan Bass.
Given under our hands this 8 day of August 1800 (?) William Bridgers (his mark) Jacob Rogers Benjamin Boon August Court 1803 (?)
Nash County Deed Book #14 item #117 p. 27 lays off the one third of land of Sion Bass (allotment of dower) to widow, Mildred.
We the jurors have met with the county surveyor on the premises of this land of Sion Bass decd. and proceeded to lay off and allott two hundred acres of land lying in Nash county to the wife of Shadrick Floyd formerly the widow of Sion Bass deceased which we suppose to be one third part of the value of said land and its boundaries as follows:
Beginning at a red oak in Peter Hudspeths line thence running along his line east 66 poles to a corner from thence along his other line north 26 poles to a white oak Abraham Basses corner thence with his line east 195 poles to a hickory John Basses corner thence with his line south 68 poles to a corner thence along his other line east 44 poles to a pine in Pig Basket Creek thence up the meanders of the creek --- Thomases line south 54 degrees w 160 poles to the head thence with Thomases other line west 66 poles to a corner white oak stump thence along a line of marked trees to the beginning.
Given under our hands this 12 of October 1797 William Bridges, Jesse Powell, Sam Taylor, Eliah Boone, John Pitts, Benjamin Boon, Penuel Floyd, Dinton H ?, Will Pitts, Wm. B nt, Nathan Griffin, John Edwards.
Registered under order of Court this 13th day of Nov. AD 1801 /attested Jno G. Blount P.R.
|MARRIAGE*||say 1800 ||She married Shadrack Floyd, son of Thomas Floyd and Ann (?) (?), say 1800 at NC. |
|Married Name||say 1800 || As of say 1800,her married name was Floyd. |
|DEED||September 1800 || In September 1800 at Nash, NC, Deed book 14 item #117 p. 27 shows allotment of dower of 200 acres to wife of Shadrick Floyd formerly widow of Sion Bass who died 10-12-1797. Land on Pig Basket Creek adjoining Abraham and John Bass.3|
DIVISION OF SION BASS LAND
Here is location of Pig Basket Creek.
|DEED*||May 1804 || In May 1804 at Land, Nash, NC, In the Nash County NC Deed Book 7 on p. 240 we find the following:Indenture made this first day of August in the hear of our Lord Eighteen hundred and three between Mildred Floyd, John Parker, and Mary Parker, Jordan Bass and William Bridgers all of the county of Nash State of North Carolina of (the first)? Part and Walter Massengale Jun of said county and stoate of the other (part?)|
Witness, that we the (__ ) Mildred Floyd, John Parker and Mary Parker, Jordan Bass and William Bridgers __ for and in consideration of the sum of forty ___ and half Silver Dollars to us in hand paid the receipt of whereof I do hereby acknowledge we have Bargained sold and by these presents do absolutely Bargain Sale ___unto the said Walker Massingale a certain tract or parcel of land ___ and being in the County of Nash and bounded as followeth;
Beginning at a Turkey___in Thomas line thence south 60 pole to a white oak John Turners corner ___west 6 (?) poles to his other corner thence Said Turners other line south 40 poles to a red oak thence Sampson Powell line West 36 pole to a corner (BLK) ___ and pine then Massingales line North 100 poles to a Blk Jack thence ____first? Station containing 49 and a half acres be the same more or less ___ and to hold the said bargained premises with all woods, mines and minerals ___thereunto belonging or appertaining and we the said Mildred Floyd, John Parker and Mary Parker Jordan Bass and William Bridgers for our selves our Heirs Executors Administrators and assigns the said land and premises will warrant and forever defend unto the Said Walker Massingale his heirs executors Administrators and assigns forever against the claim or claims of all persons whatever in witmess whereof we have here unto sett our hands and seals this day and date first above.
Written Sign Sealed and Deld.
In presence of D. Sills and Miajah Wells Nash County May Term 1804 the written deed was in open court duly proven by the oath of Micjah Wells and ordered to be registered
Mildred Floyd (her X) (other parties signed Mark as well.
NoteThe land is the identical land that was inherited from Sihon Bass -
The metes and bounds describe the parcel that the parties inheirited from Sihon Bass in 1800.) Proved in May 1804 court Nash County Deed Book 7 page 240.
Note that William Bridgers was appointed guardian of John, Quinny, Alden and Kitchen Bass in the 1800 Court.4
- Here is a very clear indication of the connection of the Floyd and Bass family. Mildred, the widow of Abraham's son Sion, married Shadrick Floyd who was the brother of Federick Floyd. She is referred to as "Wife of Shad Floyd, widow of Sion Bass", in the Sion Bass land div.
- [S89] Sion Bass Land Division;.
- [S474] Watson, Nash Estate Records.
- [S66] Nash County Deed Book Book 7, Nash County NC.
F, #2049, d. 3 December 1825
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Milly (?) married Isaac Bass. |
|Death*||3 December 1825 ||She died on 3 December 1825. |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Bass. |
F, #5146, b. September 1873
- [S611] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient.
F, #1345, b. circa 1823
|Birth*||circa 1823 ||Nancy (?) was born circa 1823. |
|MARRIAGE*||circa 1850 ||She married John I. Holland circa 1850. |
|Married Name||circa 1850 || As of circa 1850,her married name was Holland. |
|CENSUS1860||1860 ||She appeared on the census in 1860 at Pulaski County, GA.2 |
|CENSUS1870*||1870 ||She appeared on the census in 1870 at GA.3 |
|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.4
- [S145] Unknown subject unknown repository.
- [S54] 1860 Census;, Living in house # 480.
- [S55] 1870 Census;, Appears with children and no husband.
- [S56] 1880 Census;.