Samuel W. Crockett

M, b. circa 1877
  • Last Edited: 12 Jun 2013

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, Name Age
    District 939, Heard, Georgia; Roll: T9_152; Family History Film: 1254152; Page: 63.2000; Enumeration District: 64; Image: 0128.


    Rush O. Crocket 29
    Susana A. Crocket 29
    Samiel W. Crocket 2
    Ambrose C. Crocket 1
    Dery Gipson 27
    Jenny Gipson 21
    Claudie Gipson 1
    Lonza Russell 7.
  2. [S395] Lisa (Crockett) Richmond e-mail, e-mail address, Jan 2008 - Jan 2017,.

Ambrose C. Crockett

M, b. July 1879
  • Last Edited: 12 Jun 2013

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, Name Age
    District 939, Heard, Georgia; Roll: T9_152; Family History Film: 1254152; Page: 63.2000; Enumeration District: 64; Image: 0128.


    Rush O. Crocket 29
    Susana A. Crocket 29
    Samiel W. Crocket 2
    Ambrose C. Crocket 1
    Dery Gipson 27
    Jenny Gipson 21
    Claudie Gipson 1
    Lonza Russell 7.
  2. [S395] Lisa (Crockett) Richmond e-mail, e-mail address, Jan 2008 - Jan 2017,.
  3. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Name Age
    State Line, Heard, Georgia; Roll: T623_204 Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 72.


    Rush O Crockett 49
    Luisanna Crockett 49
    Ambrose C Crockett 20
    James B Crockett 16
    Chas Hand 20
    Walter Hand 29.

James B. Crockett

M, b. June 1883
  • Last Edited: 12 Jun 2013

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, Name Age
    District 939, Heard, Georgia; Roll: T9_152; Family History Film: 1254152; Page: 63.2000; Enumeration District: 64; Image: 0128.


    Rush O. Crocket 29
    Susana A. Crocket 29
    Samiel W. Crocket 2
    Ambrose C. Crocket 1
    Dery Gipson 27
    Jenny Gipson 21
    Claudie Gipson 1
    Lonza Russell 7.
  2. [S395] Lisa (Crockett) Richmond e-mail, e-mail address, Jan 2008 - Jan 2017,.
  3. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Name Age
    State Line, Heard, Georgia; Roll: T623_204 Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 72.


    Rush O Crockett 49
    Luisanna Crockett 49
    Ambrose C Crockett 20
    James B Crockett 16
    Chas Hand 20
    Walter Hand 29.

James M. Lambert

M, b. say 1881
  • Last Edited: 28 Mar 2013

Family: Adlinda S. A. Stewart b. 30 May 1883

Citations

  1. [S1920] 1920 Federal Census, , Fir, Montgomery, Arkansas; Roll: T625_73; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 81; Image: 1075.


    Name, Age
    James M Lambert 39
    Adlindia Lambert 36
    Lizzie Lambert 13
    Robert Lambert 10
    Berthia Lambert 8
    Gleen Lambert 5
    Anson Lambert 2 0/12.
  2. [S498] Debra Qualls Spencer e-mail, e-mail address, Mar 2013,.

(?) Patton

M, b. say 1694
  • Last Edited: 15 Apr 2009
  • Birth*: say 1694

Family:

Nancy Stewart

F, b. between 1832 and 1834
  • Last Edited: 27 Sep 2009
  • Name Variation: Nancy Esther Stewart; The only known source for the name Esther for this person is an April 1952 article in the Stewart Clan Magazine by George Edson, which mentions Nancy Esther Stewart, daughter of William Stewart. Some think this was intended to be Mary Esther, daughter of James McEwen Stewart. The article conflates the families of the two brothers, William and James McEwen.
  • (Child) Birth*: between 1832 and 1834; Georgia; This date range is based on Nancy's age from the 1850 and 1860 census records, which recorded ages as of June 1st in the census year.1
  • (Child) Birth: 20 December 1836; Georgia; From Lew Grifffin:
    This date of birth is from an unknown source. Robert Bonner does not know the source, and does not know who might have the William Stewart family Bible.2,3
  • Married Name: 11 January 1848; Littlefield
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 11 January 1848; Springfield, Randolph Co., Alabama; From Lew Griffin:
    The original source of this marriage date is currently unknown. Lyles T. Littlefield lists the marriage date as 1849. Robert Bonner lists it as 1848.; Groom=William M. Littlefield2
  • (household member) 1850 Census: 1 June 1850; Chambers Co., Alabama; head of family=William M. Littlefield4
  • (household member) 1860 Census: 1 June 1860; Chambers Co., Alabama; Principal=William M. Littlefield5
  • Research Note: 26 February 1999; From: Marlene Wall
    Sent: Friday, February 26, 1999 10:24 AM
    To: Lew Griffin
    Subject: Re: William and Mourning Stewart


    Hi Lew,

    My Paf program is messed up this morning. I have a time with my printer at
    times.

    I will send you copies of my information on William Stewart and
    Mourning Mullins. I descend from Nancy Stewart who married
    William M. Littlefield, Sr. Nancy died in 1853 shortly after a child was
    born.

    William and Mourning were living close to the Littlefields in Chambers Co.,
    in 1850 or 1860. Can't remember just which one. They went to live with
    Nancy's youngest sister who married
    Dr. Powhatton (sp) Trent in Randolph Co., AL. He was a
    doctor in Randolph Co., AL for a long time. William died before or after
    1870.

    Several years ago I called you when Lela Craft had showed me some of your
    information. She joined DAR on James Stewart. I am going to do a
    supplimental on him some day.

    I believe Bud Mullins, RS who died in Paulding Co., GA is the
    father of Mourning. She was born in Hall Co., GA I believe
    and he was there early... I believe like 1814. Many of those doing Mullins
    families have never heard of her... but she and William were in all the same
    places as Bud and the other Mullins.

    I joined the DAR in 1993 on my father's line for his g grandfather was a RS
    of GA. Seems strange but it is my gg grandfather I joined the DAR on.
    Three fathers in a row were 48 to 50 years old when their sons were born.
    My grandfather James Wesley Meacham was 50 when daddy was born. My mother
    was Maude Lester, born 1902, died
    1994 and daddy was born 1898 and died 1994. They were married 74 years and
    7 months.

    I would love to get the Mullins thing done. I do have all the
    William Stewart family and know that he took James Stewart to sign for his
    pension. I believe William and James Stewart are buried there near McCosh's
    Mill. My grandfather, Nathan Littlefield owned it and sold it to Jacob
    Eichelburger. Peope in AL think that Jacob had it first... but the deed is
    a the Troup County Archives.

    I have my Littlefield line back to William and Rebecca Lee Littlefield who
    married in Frederick Co., MD. Rebecca was the daughter of James Lee who
    received land there in 1685.

    Have you joined the SAR?

    If I might have other things you need... just let me know.

    Your cousin,

    Marlene Meacham Wall
    3277 Sutcliffe Ridge
    Marietta, GA 30064

    PS I have just been nominated to be the Librarian for the Fielding Lewis
    Chapter DAR in Kennesaw, GA. How about that?2
  • Research Note: 17 July 2001; From: Bill Ikerd (now deceased)
    Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 7:49 PM
    To: Griffin, Lew
    Subject: Stewart

    Lew,
    Do you have a Nancy Esther in this family.
    I only show Ester H in my group sheet. Are these the
    same person? Can you shed some light here? Thanks,

    Bill Ikerd
    -----------
    Bill;
    Nancy Esther ( Stewart ) Littlefield Was My GG grandmother She was born
    Dec. 20,1836 in Heard Co. Ga. Died in 1865. She had four young children. She
    was the daughter of William Stewart. As far as I know , she had two
    brothers. John and David. John married America French Cole March 23,1837.
    David married Rebecca W. Cole. Wiliam M. Littlefield my GG grandfather
    married Nancy Stewart in 1849 in Randolph Co
    Ala. She was the daughter of Wiliam and Mornin ( Mullins )
    Stewart. She is burial in the Littlefield cem., Welch, Chambers Co. Ala.
    I hope this helps
    Lyles T. Littlefield1
  • Research Note: 17 October 2004; From: Marlene Wall
    Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004
    To: Lew Griffin

    Lew,
    
    ...No, we did not find a Bible for William Stewart, but I did find a descendant of the Trent Family. She lives in Portland, OR and came to see me last year and sent me this file when she got home. It has the information on the youngest child of William and Morning Mullins Stewart.
    
    I got my dates on my grandmother, Nancy Stewart Littlefield by researching the Littlefield family for 30 years, and from memories of my mother, daughter of Ada Lavonia Littlefield Lester, daughter of Alfred Allen Littlefield, born at Stroud, Hickory Flat, Chambers County, Alabama. My mother told me stories over and over when I would question her, until I feel like I was there.
    
    Gerald Littlefield from the 2nd family of William Littlefield gave me the information on his second family and helped me find the death date of Nancy Stewart Littlefield. My grandmother had a Bible, but someone else took it and they died and no one knows where it is now. On my grandfather, Alfred's death certificate it shows his mother was Nancy Stewart.
    
    ....
    
    Marlene
    
    2
  • Research Note*: 24 May 2009; This writer has no final proof that Nancy was a daughter of William Stewart, but the conclusion seems likely.

    William Stewart appears to be the William Stewart in 1840 Heard County, Georgia. If so, then this Nancy makes one too many daughters for him, based on that one record.

    Brides were normally married at their parent's homes, or at least in their county of residence. Since there is no recorded marriage record for William Littlefield to Nancy Stewart in Chambers County, AL, it seems likely that the couple married in either Randolph County, AL, or in Heard County, GA. The early records in both of these last two counties have been lost. From family sources, we have a marriage date of 11 Jan 1848 from one source (Marlene Wall), and 1849 from a second source (Lyles T. Littlefield). Marlene Wall was told that the couple was married at Springfield, Chambers County, AL, so perhaps the marriage was simply not recorded.

    We know that Nancy's maiden name was Stewart, based on the 1932 death certificate of her son, Alfred Allen Littlefield. We know that her first name was Nancy, based on the 1850 and 1860 census records. There was an April 1952 article in the Stewart Clan Magazine, which conflated the names of some of James McEwen Stewart's children with those of his brother William Stewart. However, one name mentioned in the list of children was Nancy Esther Stewart. James McEwen did not have a daughter named Nancy. And we have no other source for Nancy's possible middle name, than this one article.

    Nancy and her husband were living with her husband's mother in 1850 Chambers County, AL. They were on page 42, and James P. Strickland, Nancy's first cousin, was on page 47.

    She and her husband were on page 857 of the 1860 census of Chambers County, Alabama, and William Stewart was on page 863. The nearest post office for both pages was Hickory Flat. Living nearby were John W. Bonner, J. H. C. Bonner, Stephen Bishop, William B. Belcher, Cicero P. Hudson, Martin Van Buren Hudson, and John Carlos Strickland. These were all families in Nancy's supposed circle of relatives. Cicero Hudson was the father of Martin V. B. Hudson. Also living nearby were several others who were related to the Stricklands, if not to the Stewarts, including Augustus Hammond, Lewis Halsey, and N. G. Hammond.

    There is also a family tradition that Nancy was a sister to one of the daughters who married a Powhatan Trent. According to family tradition, from Marlene Wall, Nancy's orphaned children were said to have gone and lived for a while with Dr. Powhatan Trent, who married Nancy's younger sister. However, assuming the tradition is correct, it seems a little more likely that her children might have stayed for a while with the elder Powhatan Trent, and with Nancy's elder sister.

    Lyles T. Littlefield, in a 2001 e-mail to William Ikerd of KS, said that he knew from family tradition that Nancy was the daughter of William Stewart, and thought she was related to John and David Stewart, who married Coles. His e-mail to Bill Ikerd is listed in a separate research note.

    Finally, if one looks in Randolph, Chambers, or Heard County, GA, and at all the Stewarts living in that area, there does not seem to be another Stewart or Stewart couple who might possibly have been the parents of this Nancy Stewart. So the process of elimination favors Nancy as a daughter of William Stewart as well.

    So I believe there is circumstantial evidence, as well as oral family memories, in favor of the conclusion that Nancy was the daughter of William Stewart, son of James and Margery Stewart. Further research is needed on this line. One possible avenue of research might be MtDNA. MtDNA was passed from mother to daughter, down through the generations. Sons inherited their MtDNA from their mothers as well, but did not pass it along. So if we could locate someone (male or female) who is a direct matrilineal descendant of Nancy (Stewart) Littlefield, and then locate someone who is a direct matrilineal descendant of one of the other known daughters, and match their MtDNA, then this would certainly help confirm the circumstantial evidence and oral records we currently have.1
  • Research Note: July 2009; From Judy Griffin, with bracketed comments from Lew Griffin (no relation):

    "Nancy Stewart has not been proven to be a daughter of William and Mourning Stewart. Only family stories
    passed down says she is a daughter."

    [from Lew: The family "stories" passed down are the personal recollections of Marlene Lester Wall (born 1930), her mother Ethel Maude Lester (1902 -- 1994) and her grandmother Ada Lavonia Littlefield (1886 -- 1972). Ada Lavonia Littlefield was a granddaughter of Nancy Stewart, and a great granddaughter (according to her) of William Stewart.] Marlene's grandmother died when Marlene was about 42 years old, and Marlene was well acquainted with her from childhood, and with her knowledge of her family history.]

    "The 1840 Census for William Stewart does not show enough daughters for
    Nancy to be a daughter. All other children are proven either by the Bible record from the James Stewart Bible
    that was passed to John Stewart, of which I have a copy of the actual pages, or by the census records starting in
    1850 when all names were recorded."

    [from Lew: Nancy Stewart would not have been on the 1850 census with her parents, as she married William Littlefield in 1848 or 1849, and was living with his widowed mother and her family in 1850. As for the 1840 census, errors by the census takers were, unfortunately, common.]

    "She is added in hopes that other researchers could possibly prove through
    records or documents that she is or is not a daughter."

    [from Lew: Records in Chambers County could be checked for a possible will or estate for James or Sarah Stewart, mentioned below.]

    "Another possibility is that she could be a daughter of James & Sarah Stewart as they were living 'close by' [quotes added] in
    Chambers Co in the 1850 Chambers Co Census. Nancy and her husband William Littlefield were living in
    District 19 and A Half, Chambers Co., AL and so was James and Sarah Stewart and all were said to be born in
    Georgia. William and Mourning Stewart were living in Randolph Co in the 1850 Census."

    [from Lew: this James and Sarah Stewart were fourteen pages away from William and Nancy Littlefield in the 1850 census. The district they shared included half of Chambers County. As mentioned, Nancy Stewart and husband William Littlefield were living with William's widowed mother and her children in 1850, and were not near any Stewarts, other than James P. Strickland, Nancy's supposed first cousin. The 1840 census for both Alabama and Georgia have been checked, and the only James Stewart who matched the family found in 1850 Chambers County, Alabama, was in 1840 Marion County, Georgia. This couple did not have a daughter the right age to have been Nancy Stewart in 1840, who is not otherwise listed on the 1850 census in the James and Sarah household. This was probably the James Stewart who married Sarah Grimett or Grimmett on 1 October 1819 in Jasper County, Georgia. However, Nancy Stewart and husband William Littlefield were living just a few pages away from William Stewart in 1860 Randolph County, Alabama, with many Stewart relatives on the intervening pages. Although not proven, it seems almost certain that Nancy was the daughter of William Stewart and Mourning Mullins, as her descendants believe.]6

Family: William M. Littlefield b. 28 Aug 1818, d. 17 Sep 1893

Citations

  1. [S47] Lewis W. Griffin Jr., e-mail address.
  2. [S235] Lois Marlene (Meacham) Wall (Mrs. John Henry Wall Jr.) e-mail, e-mail address, 1999 - 2009,.
  3. [S230] Robert F. Bonner e-mail, e-mail address, 2004 - 2006,.
  4. [S1850] 1850, Census, District 19 So. Half, Chambers, Alabama; Roll: M432_2; Page: 404; Image: 803.

    Household Members: Name Age
    William Littlefield 31
    Nancy Littlefield 17
    Boley Littlefield 48
    Nancy Littlefield 24
    Martha Littlefield 21
    Sarah Littlefield 19
    John Littlefield 18
    Washington Littlefield 16
    Elisabeth Littlefield 14
    Martha Littlefield 9
    Albert Littlefield 26
    Emily Littlefield 28
    Bilzy Littlefield 0.
  5. [S1860] 1860, Census, Northern Division, Chambers, Alabama; Roll: M653_4; Page: 858; Image: 581.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Wm Littlefield 40
    Nancy Littlefield 26
    Wm M Littlefield 9
    John T Littlefield 6
    Alfred A Littlefield 1
    George W Littlefield 23.
  6. [S400] Judy Griffin e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
    Stewart Family, Genealogy Report, page 46.

Gilbert Hampton Jones1

M, b. 10 November 1906, d. 10 July 2000
  • Last Edited: 24 Apr 2009

Family: Bertha Inez Caswell b. 2 May 1907, d. 25 Sep 1977

Citations

  1. [S398] Sarra Suazo e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
  2. [S1] from birth certificate.

Jackie Ilene Jones1

F, b. 25 May 1933, d. 2 September 2006
  • Last Edited: 24 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S398] Sarra Suazo e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.

Malone Mullins

M, b. say 1778
  • Last Edited: 6 May 2009
  • Name-Comm: Lone Mullins
  • Birth*: say 1778

Green Mullins

M, b. circa 1781, d. August 1858
  • Last Edited: 23 Apr 2019
  • Birth*: circa 1781
  • Death*: August 1858; Tallapoosa Co., Alabama1
  • Biography*: 15 April 2019; From:
    A Heritage of Elmore County, Alabama

    In 1733, nineteen year old Thomas Mullins of Gravesend, Kent, England signed an indenture to serve for four years in South Carolina. He actually ended up in southeastern Virginia where he married Anne Malone and began a family that would gradually spread across the southeaster United States. By 1754, he was in North Carolina where he is listed as a blacksmith and served in the local militia.

    During the 1770s, the Mullins family developed a close association with the Hudman family which would last well in the next century. After the Revolutionary War, most of Thomas Mullins' sons moved to the new land that was being opened up in Georgia, appearing first in the records of Wilkes Co and then in Hancock Co.

    Green Mullins, a grandson of Thomas the immigrant, was born in 1781 and first appears on an 1802 tax list of Hancock Co. About this time, Green Mullins married Sarah Hudman, daughter of John Hudman, whose family had moved from North Carolina with the Mullins and lived near them for many years.

    I813, Green Mullins and his father-in-law, John Hudman, were living in Putnam Co. He remained there for 22 years and his older children married there (Nancy Mullins married Robert McTyre, date unknown; James Mullins married Hannah Stewart, 1824; Fountain S Blakely married Mary Mullins, 1825; Miles Buckner married Delila Mullins, 1829; John D Moultrie married Rebecca Mullins, 1832; and William Mullins married Elizabeth Bynum, 1833).

    In 1836, Green Mullins, many of his married children, as well as other relatives, had established farms in Harris County at Whitesville near the Chattahoochie River and Alabama state line. Here there were additional marriages of his children (Sarah Mullins married Larkin B Storey, 1837; John A Mullins married Sarah Ann Reed, 1839; Elizabeth Mullins married William S Reaves, 1842; Little Berry Mullins married Elizabeth Hadley, 1843; Cynthia Ann Mullins marries James Reynolds, 1845; Green Berry Mullins married Mary Jane Hadley, 1848). Little Berry Mullins and Green Berry Mullins married sisters, daughters of Henry Hadley and Elizabeth Matthews Hadley. The Hadleys had followed a similar migration route through several generations from Isle of Wright County, Virginia, in 1668, to Halifax County, North Carolina, to Warren County, Georgia, and then to Harris County.

    The two Mullins brothers, their parents, and their brother-in-law (Miles G Buckner) moved to Tallapoosa (later Elmore) County in 1850, buying land along the Tallapoosa River just north of Tallassee.

    Green Mullins died in 1858, leaving a modest estate to be divided by his many children. The final settlement reported in 1860 shows that his family had scattered to Barbour, St Clair, Chambers, and Macon Counties, Alabama, with one daughter in Arkansas and two daughters still in Harris County, Georgia.

    His wife, Sarah Hudman Mullins, died in 1859. Green Berry Mullins and Little Berry Mullins and their growing families are shown in the 1860 Tallapoosa County census with all of their sons being too young to serve in the Confederate Army. Sons of James Mullins of St Clair County and a son of Mary Mullins Blakely of Barbour County died in the Civil war. Green Berry Mullins (18 Aug 1817 - 26 Jul 1884), his wife Mary Jane Hadley Mullins (12 Sep 1822 - 26 Mar 1886), and a son, Daniel Webster Mullins (8 Dec 1858 - 26 Jan 1894), are buried at Doris Chapel Cemetery, off Deane Road, east of the Kent Community.2

Owen B. Monday

M, b. between 1832 and 1833, d. between 1880 and 1900
  • Last Edited: 28 May 2009

Family 1: Mariah (?) b. bt 1839 - 1840

Family 2: Esther Jane Stewart b. bt 1833 - 1835, d. c 1913

Citations

  1. [S1850] 1850, Census, Subdivision 31, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: M432_886; Page: 69; Image: 137.

    Household Members: Name Age
    James W Monday 45
    Permelia J Monday 42
    Eliza Ann Monday 21
    James Monday 19
    Owan B Monday 17
    Alfred S Monday 16
    Sarah E Monday 12
    David W Monday 8
    William M Monday 4.
  2. [S1860] 1860, Census, District 16, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: M653_1259; Page: 292; Image: 595.

    Household Members: Name Age
    O Wing Monday 25
    Mariah Monday 20
    Sallie Ford 10
    James Barber 12
    Sarah Barber 9
    William Barber 8
    Laura Barber 4.
  3. [S402] TN State Marriages, Online database at Ancestry.com.
  4. [S1870] 1870, Census, District 9, Blount, Tennessee; Roll: M593_1515; Page: 164; Image: 328.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Orion Mundy 28, born TN, house carpenter
    Easter J Mundy 27, born GA
    William Mundy 10
    Sidney J Mundy 4.
  5. [S1880] 1880 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: T9_1265; Family History Film: 1255265; Page: 160.3000; Enumeration District: 147;

    Household Members: Name Age
    Owen Monday 36
    Ester Monday 40
    Sidney Monday 14
    Albert Monday 8
    Jellia Monday 5.
  6. [S400] Judy Griffin e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
    Courtesy of Lela Craft, who got the photo from an unknown source. On the back it says "dau of Wm Stewart mar. ? Mundy."

Bobby Trent

M, b. say 1866, d. say 1868
  • Last Edited: 17 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S400] Judy Griffin e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
    Courtesy of Lois Nix.

Jessie E. Veasey

M, b. March 1889
  • Last Edited: 22 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Justice Precinct 1, Franklin, Texas; Roll: T623_1636 Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 40.

    Household Members: Name Age
    W J Ueazey 41
    L I Ueazey 32
    Jessie Ueazey 11
    Bessie Ueazey 11
    Mattie Ueazey 9
    Blanch Ueazey 7
    Iva Ueazey 2
    Eva Ueazey 2.

Bessie Veasey

F, b. March 1889
  • Last Edited: 22 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Justice Precinct 1, Franklin, Texas; Roll: T623_1636 Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 40.

    Household Members: Name Age
    W J Ueazey 41
    L I Ueazey 32
    Jessie Ueazey 11
    Bessie Ueazey 11
    Mattie Ueazey 9
    Blanch Ueazey 7
    Iva Ueazey 2
    Eva Ueazey 2.

Mattie Veasey

F, b. March 1891
  • Last Edited: 22 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Justice Precinct 1, Franklin, Texas; Roll: T623_1636 Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 40.

    Household Members: Name Age
    W J Ueazey 41
    L I Ueazey 32
    Jessie Ueazey 11
    Bessie Ueazey 11
    Mattie Ueazey 9
    Blanch Ueazey 7
    Iva Ueazey 2
    Eva Ueazey 2.

Blanche Veasey

F, b. August 1892
  • Last Edited: 22 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Justice Precinct 1, Franklin, Texas; Roll: T623_1636 Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 40.

    Household Members: Name Age
    W J Ueazey 41
    L I Ueazey 32
    Jessie Ueazey 11
    Bessie Ueazey 11
    Mattie Ueazey 9
    Blanch Ueazey 7
    Iva Ueazey 2
    Eva Ueazey 2.

Iva Veasey

F, b. June 1897
  • Last Edited: 22 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Justice Precinct 1, Franklin, Texas; Roll: T623_1636 Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 40.

    Household Members: Name Age
    W J Ueazey 41
    L I Ueazey 32
    Jessie Ueazey 11
    Bessie Ueazey 11
    Mattie Ueazey 9
    Blanch Ueazey 7
    Iva Ueazey 2
    Eva Ueazey 2.

Eva Mae Veasey

F, b. June 1897
  • Last Edited: 22 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Justice Precinct 1, Franklin, Texas; Roll: T623_1636 Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 40.

    Household Members: Name Age
    W J Ueazey 41
    L I Ueazey 32
    Jessie Ueazey 11
    Bessie Ueazey 11
    Mattie Ueazey 9
    Blanch Ueazey 7
    Iva Ueazey 2
    Eva Ueazey 2.

James W. Monday

M, b. between 1804 and 1805
  • Last Edited: 27 May 2009

Family: Permelia J. (?) b. bt 1807 - 1808

Citations

  1. [S1850] 1850, Census, Subdivision 31, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: M432_886; Page: 69; Image: 137.

    Household Members: Name Age
    James W Monday 45
    Permelia J Monday 42
    Eliza Ann Monday 21
    James Monday 19
    Owan B Monday 17
    Alfred S Monday 16
    Sarah E Monday 12
    David W Monday 8
    William M Monday 4.

Permelia J. (?)

F, b. between 1807 and 1808
  • Last Edited: 27 May 2009

Family: James W. Monday b. bt 1804 - 1805

Citations

  1. [S1850] 1850, Census, Subdivision 31, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: M432_886; Page: 69; Image: 137.

    Household Members: Name Age
    James W Monday 45
    Permelia J Monday 42
    Eliza Ann Monday 21
    James Monday 19
    Owan B Monday 17
    Alfred S Monday 16
    Sarah E Monday 12
    David W Monday 8
    William M Monday 4.

Mariah (?)

F, b. between 1839 and 1840
  • Last Edited: 27 May 2009

Family: Owen B. Monday b. bt 1832 - 1833, d. bt 1880 - 1900

William Monday

M, b. circa 1860
  • Last Edited: 27 May 2009

Sidney J. Monday

M, b. circa 1866
  • Last Edited: 28 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: T9_1265; Family History Film: 1255265; Page: 160.3000; Enumeration District: 147;

    Household Members: Name Age
    Owen Monday 36
    Ester Monday 40
    Sidney Monday 14
    Albert Monday 8
    Jellia Monday 5.
  2. [S400] Judy Griffin e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
    Courtesy of Lela Craft, who got the photo from an unknown source. On the back it says "dau of Wm Stewart mar. ? Mundy."

Albert F. Monday

M, b. September 1872
  • Last Edited: 28 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: T9_1265; Family History Film: 1255265; Page: 160.3000; Enumeration District: 147;

    Household Members: Name Age
    Owen Monday 36
    Ester Monday 40
    Sidney Monday 14
    Albert Monday 8
    Jellia Monday 5.
  2. [S400] Judy Griffin e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
    Courtesy of Lela Craft, who got the photo from an unknown source. On the back it says "dau of Wm Stewart mar. ? Mundy."
  3. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Knoxville Ward 6, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: T623_1581 Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 61.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Easter J Monday 67
    Albert F Monday 27, grocery salesman
    Ila A Monday 23
    Lizzie Doahleman 38, boarder.

Ila A. Monday

F, b. between 1874 and 1875
  • Last Edited: 28 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: T9_1265; Family History Film: 1255265; Page: 160.3000; Enumeration District: 147;

    Household Members: Name Age
    Owen Monday 36
    Ester Monday 40
    Sidney Monday 14
    Albert Monday 8
    Jellia Monday 5.
  2. [S400] Judy Griffin e-mail, e-mail address, Apr 2009,.
    Courtesy of Lela Craft, who got the photo from an unknown source. On the back it says "dau of Wm Stewart mar. ? Mundy."
  3. [S1900] 1900 Federal census, , Knoxville Ward 6, Knox, Tennessee; Roll: T623_1581 Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 61.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Easter J Monday 67
    Albert F Monday 27, grocery salesman
    Ila A Monday 23
    Lizzie Doahleman 38, boarder.

Sarah Cassandra Vance

F, b. 10 December 1839, d. 20 May 1914
  • Last Edited: 28 May 2009

Family: William M. Littlefield b. 28 Aug 1818, d. 17 Sep 1893