James Fortson Thomas (1840-1892) and Some of His Ancestors

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James Thomas Fortson
(1840-1892)
And Some of His Ancestors

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Some of James Thomas FORTSON's lines can be traced back fourteen generations.

Note that in the eighth generation John WINN (#132 and #136) and Elizabeth MINOR (#133 and #137) appear twice--because they are the parents of two of James Thomas FORTSON's ancestors:  Minor WINN (#68) and Richard WINN (#66), James's great-great-great-great-grandfathers.  John WINN's and Elizabeth MINOR's lines are thus repeated twice in each previous generation of James's ancestry--known as "pedigree collapse."  This situation arose when James's great-grandparents, Thomas FORTSON Jr. (#16) and Rachel WINN (#17), who were second cousins, married each other.

In the chart below, a person's father has a number that is twice the child's number and a person's mother has a number that is one number higher than the child's father's number.  Thus the father of number 6 is number 12 and the mother of number 6 is number 13. 


James Thomas Fortson     James Thomas Fortson      James Thomas Fortson

First Generation

1. James Thomas FORTSON (Benjamin, #2)  (pictured above--portraits courtesy of Ann Fortson Marcy) was born on 27 Sep 1840 in Monroe County, Mississippi (near Aberdeen).1,2,3,4,5,6 He married Ida Carolyn CLAYTON, daughter of Joseph Alvey CLAYTON and Margaret Amanda POOLE, on 20 Jun 1867 in Navarro County, Texas.7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 He died on 11 Jan 1892 in Rice, Navarro County, Texas, at age 51.15,16,17 He was buried in Old Cemetery, Chatfield, Navarro County, Texas.18,19,20

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Generation Two

2. Benjamin Joseph FORTSON (John, #4) was born in 1820.21,22 He married Elizabeth Ann Titus HOLLIDAY (see #3), daughter of Titus HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth Ann Catherine EDWARDS, on 9 Dec 1839 in Monroe County, Mississippi.23,24,24a He died on 17 Sep 1855 in Navarro County, Texas.25,26

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3. Elizabeth Ann Titus HOLLIDAY (Titus, #6) was born on 28 Feb 1824 in Greene County, North Carolina.27,28,29,30 She married Benjamin Joseph FORTSON (see #2), son of John FORTSON and Sarah ('Sally') MOORE, on 9 Dec 1839 in Monroe County, Mississippi.31,32 After Ben died, she married Rodrick FORTSON on 12 Dec 1855 in Navarro County, Texas.33 She died in 1867.34,35


Generation Three

4. John FORTSON (Benjamin, #8) was born on 6 Feb 1794 in Elbert County, Georgia.36,37,38,39 He married Sarah ('Sally') MOORE (see #5), daughter of John MOORE and Mary LEWIS, on 17 Mar 1814 in Elbert County, Georgia.40,41,42,43,44,45 He died on 6 Dec 1860 at age 66.46,47,48 He was buried in Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Aberdeen, Monroe County, Mississippi.49 He and his family moved about 1820 from Elbert County to Greene County, Alabama, where he obtained land by deed signed by President James Monroe. He stated in a stockholder's oath for the Mississippi Union Bank in Jackson that he sold his land in Alabama and moved to Monroe County, Mississippi on 27 Jul 1837.50

Children of John FORTSON and Sarah ('Sally') MOORE (see #5) were:

5. Sarah ('Sally') MOORE (John, #10) was born on 13 May 1792 in Georgia.64,65,66,67,68,69 She married John FORTSON (see #4), son of Benjamin FORTSON and Sarah ('Sally') HEAD, on 17 Mar 1814 in Elbert County, Georgia.70,71,72,73,74,75 She died on 27 Jan 1847 in Monroe County, Mississippi, at age 54.76,77,78,79,80 She was buried in Odd Fellows Rest Cemetery, Aberdeen, Monroe County, Mississippi.81

6. Titus HOLLIDAY (William, #12) was born in 1801 in Greene County, North Carolina.82 He married Elizabeth Ann Catherine EDWARDS (see #7), daughter of Theophilus EDWARDS and Elizabeth SHEPPARD.83,84 He died on 19 Oct 1830.85

Children of Titus HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth Ann Catherine EDWARDS (see #7) were:

7. Elizabeth Ann Catherine EDWARDS (Theophilus, #14) was born on 21 Mar 1806 in Greene County, North Carolina.86,87 She married Titus HOLLIDAY (see #6), son of Col. William HOLLIDAY and Ann ('Nancy') CARR.88,89 She also married William Augustus DARDEN.90


Generation Four

8. Benjamin FORTSON (Thomas, #16) was born in 1765 in Caroline County, Virginia.91,92 He married Sarah ('Sally') HEAD (see #9), daughter of James HEAD and Elizabeth Janet POWELL, on 6 Dec 1790 in Orange County, Virginia.93 He married Elizabeth GAINES, daughter of Richard GAINES and Elizabeth EASTIN, in 1797.94,95,96 He died in 1823 in Elbert County, Georgia.97,98,99 He served in the War of 1812. He and Sally must have moved to Elbert County, Georgia within a short while after their marriage, for on 7 Oct 1793 they bought 100 acres on Beaverdam Creek. With the Heads, they were members of the Vann's Creek Baptist Church at Ruckersville, Georgia.100,101,102

Children of Benjamin FORTSON and Sarah ('Sally') HEAD (see #9) were:

9. Sarah ('Sally') HEAD (James, #18) was born circa 1776 in Orange County, Virginia. She married Benjamin FORTSON (see #8), son of Lt. Thomas FORTSON Jr. and Rachel WINN, on 28 Dec 1790 in Orange County, Virginia.111,112 She died circa 1796 in Elbert County, Georgia. Her father's will left her a feather bed, furniture, a horse, saddle, and bridle, and a slave, Liscy.113

10. John MOORE (Joseph, #20) was born on 8 Jan 1758.114,115,116 He married Mary LEWIS (see #11), daughter of Phillip LEWIS Sr. and Sarah _____.117 He died on 7 Jul 1823 in Alabama at age 65.118,119 He was from Elbert County, Georgia and served in the Georgia State Troops during the American Revolution.120

Children of John MOORE and Mary Lewis (see #11) were:

11. Mary Lewis (Phillip, #22) married John MOORE (see #10), son of Joseph MOORE and Agnes _____.141 She died in 1832 in Alabama.142 She was from Elbert County, Georgia.143

12. Col. William HOLLIDAY (Samuel HOLLADAY, #24) was born on 20 Oct 1770 in Dobbs County, North Carolina.144,145 He married Ann ('Nancy') CARR (see #13), daughter of Titus CARR and Winnie STEPHENSON, on 15 Mar 1796.146,147 He died on 12 Aug 1835 in North Carolina at age 64.148 He was born in the part of Dobbs County that became Greene County, North Carolina. He appears to have adopted Holliday as the spelling of the family name.149

Children of Col. William HOLLIDAY and Ann ('Nancy') CARR (see #13) were:

13. Ann ('Nancy') CARR (Titus, #26) was born on 7 Jan 1778.160,161 She married Col. William HOLLIDAY (see #12), son of Samuel HOLLADAY and Elizabeth DUGGAN, on 15 Mar 1796.162,163 She died on 18 Nov 1847 at age 69.164,165

14. Theophilus EDWARDS (Thomas, #28) was born on 14 Feb 1765.166 He married Elizabeth SHEPPARD (see #15), daughter of Benjamin SHEPPARD and Elizabeth _____, on 2 Jan 1797.167 He died on 7 Sep 1834 at age 69.168

Children of Theophilus EDWARDS and Elizabeth SHEPPARD (see #15) were:

15. Elizabeth SHEPPARD (Benjamin, #30) was born on 15 Oct 1780.182 She married Theophilus EDWARDS (see #14), son of Thomas EDWARDS and Mary _____, on 2 Jan 1797.183 She died on 27 Feb 1864 at age 83.184


Generation Five

16. Lt. Thomas FORTSON Jr. (Thomas, #32) was was born on 1 May 1742 in Caroline County, Virginia.186,187,188,189,190 He married Rachel WINN (see #17), daughter of Benjamin WINN and Ann TAVERNER, in 1764 in Caroline County, Virginia.191,192,193 He died on 15 Feb 1824 in Elbert County, Georgia, at age 81.194,195,196,197 He was buried in Elbert County, Georgia.185 In 1782 he and Rachel were living in Orange County, Virginia with a family of eight whites and six servants. In 1774 he had leased from William Stanard for twenty-one years a farm plantation on the west side of the south branch of the Rapidan River in Orange County. In 1785 they were living in Orange County with a family of nine whites. He had furnished supplies for the Revolutionary Army and in 1780 was appointed a lieutenant in Captain Edmund Shackleford's company. He and Rachel must have moved to Georgia by 1792, when Thomas Carter deeded to Thomas 330 acres on Beaverdam Creek in that part of Wilkes County that became Elbert County in 1790. They lived in the Ruckersville area of Elbert County and were members of Vann's Creek Baptist Church. One record gives the name of the Fortsons' Elbert County home as Gatewood. They were slave owners, and he has been described as a man of education, culture, and unusual refinement. He was justice of the peace during the period 1790-1805. His will, dated 24 Jan 1824, was probated in Elbert County 13 Mar 1824 and is reprinted at pages 61-62 of Boyd's family history. His estate, including nineteen slaves, was valued at $6,942.68. Thomas and Rachel were second cousins.198,199,200,201,202

Children of Lt. Thomas FORTSON Jr. and Rachel WINN (see #17) were:

17. Rachel WINN (Benjamin, #34) was born circa 1743 in Caroline County, Virginia.230 She married Lt. Thomas FORTSON Jr. (see #16), son of Thomas FORTSON and Elizabeth WINN, in 1764 in Caroline County, Virginia.231,232,233 She died before 1824 in Georgia.234 Deed records indicate that Rachel was alive in 1795. She was not mentioned in her husband's will and so probably had died before he wrote his will in 1824.

18. James HEAD (Benjamin, #36) was born in 1756.235 He married Elizabeth Janet POWELL (see #19), daughter of Simon POWELL, on 5 Dec 1775 in Orange County, Virginia.236,237 He died in Jan 1796 in Elbert County, Georgia.238 He may have been born in Culpepper County, Virginia. He and Elizabeth moved to Elbert County, Georgia sometime after their marriage. His will left Elizabeth land on Vann's Creek, named her as one of three executors, and directed that land on Kettle Creek in Wilkes County, Georgia be sold to pay debts. With the Fortsons, they were members of Vann's Creek Baptist Church at Ruckersville, Georgia. One source gives "Job." as his first name.239

Children of James HEAD and Elizabeth Janet POWELL (see #19) were:

19. Elizabeth Janet POWELL (Simon POWELL, #38) was born circa 1756 in Orange County, Virginia. She married James HEAD (see #18), son of Capt. Benjamin HEAD and Martha MARSHALL, on 5 Dec 1775 in Orange County, Virginia.246,247 She married Nathaniel ALLEN on 1 Sep 1798 in Georgia.248 She died circa Apr 1827 in Morgan County, Georgia.249 Her will, dated 22 Aug 1826, stated that she lived in Morgan County, Georgia; gave "a certain negro lad by name Anthony" and other personal property to daughter Sophia Jenkins of Alabama; gave property to grandchildren Sally, Lucy, Nancy, Patsy, Molly, Mary, Thomas, Jeremiah, and John Lewis (all identified as children of daughter Patsy Lewis), grandchildren James Fortson, Thomas J. Allen, and Elizabeth White, and son James Head; appointed "my much beloved son James Head" as executor; and mentioned son-in-law John Lewis.250

20. Joseph MOORE married Agnes _____ (see #21). He died on 1 Apr 1832.251,252

Children of Joseph MOORE and Agnes _____ (see #21) were:

21. Agnes _____ married Joseph MOORE (see #20). She died on 9 Mar 1832.261,262

22. Phillip LEWIS Sr. married Sarah _____ (see #23).

Children of Phillip LEWIS Sr. and Sarah _____ (see #23) were:

23. Sarah _____ married Phillip LEWIS Sr. (see #22). She died in 1824.263

24. Samuel HOLLADAY (William, #48) was born circa 1728 in James City County, Virginia.264 He married Elizabeth DUGGAN (see #25), daughter of John DUGGAN Sr. and _____ _____, on 14 Nov 1763.265 He died in 1811 in Greene County, North Carolina.266

Children of Samuel HOLLADAY and Elizabeth DUGGAN (see #25) were:

25. Elizabeth DUGGAN (John, #50) married Samuel HOLLADAY (see #24), son of William HOLLADAY and Elizabeth _____, on 14 Nov 1763.267

26. Titus CARR (Robert, #52) was born in 1743.268 He married Winnie STEPHENSON (see #27). He died in 1799.269

Children of Titus CARR and Winnie STEPHENSON (see #27) were:

27. Winnie STEPHENSON married Titus CARR (see #26), son of Robert CARR and Mary WILLIAMS. She was from Southhampton County, Virginia.271

28. Thomas EDWARDS married Mary _____ (see #29).

Children of Thomas EDWARDS and Mary _____ (see #29) were:

29. Mary _____ married Thomas EDWARDS (see #28).

30. Benjamin SHEPPARD married Elizabeth _____ (see #31).

Children of Benjamin SHEPPARD and Elizabeth _____ (see #31) were:

31. Elizabeth _____ married Benjamin SHEPPARD (see #30).


Generation Six

32. Thomas FORTSON (Frederick, #64) was born in 1716 in North Carolina.272,273,274,275 He married Elizabeth WINN (see #33), daughter of Richard WINN and Ann COCKE, in 1739.276,277,278,279 He died in 1742 in Caroline County, Virginia.280,281,282,283,284

Children of Thomas FORTSON and Elizabeth WINN (see #33) were:

33. Elizabeth WINN (Richard, #66) was born in 1703 in Caroline County, Virginia.295 She married Thomas FORTSON (see #32), son of Frederick FORTSON and Mary _____, in 1739.296,297,298,299 She also married Aguilla JOHNSTON.291,292 She married Ralph RICHARDS.293,294 She died in 1800 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.300,301,302 She may have died in Orange County, Virginia. When she married Thomas FORTSON she was the widow of Ralph RICHARDS. After Thomas died she married Aguilla JOHNSTON.303

34. Benjamin WINN (Minor, #68) was born in 1700 in Prince William County, Virginia.304 He married Ann TAVERNER (see #35), daughter of John TAVERNER and Rebecca TRAVERS, circa 1725.305 He also married Ann DURRETT.306 He died in 1779 in Caroline County, Virginia.307 He and Ann lived in Caroline County, Virginia.308

Children of Benjamin WINN and Ann TAVERNER (see #35) were:

35. Ann TAVERNER (John, #70) died in Virginia. She was born circa 1700 in Virginia.320 She married Benjamin WINN (see #34), son of Minor WINN and Ann BYRD, circa 1725.321

36. Capt. Benjamin HEAD (Henry, #72) was born in 1731 in Orange County, Virginia.322,323 He married Martha MARSHALL (see #37), daughter of Robert SHARMAN and Lucy _____, in 1754 in Culpeper or Orange County, Virginia.324,325 He died on 19 Aug 1803 in Orange County, Virginia.326,327 He may have been born in Lancaster or King George County, Virginia. He moved to Spotsylvania County, Virginia in 1743. He enlisted in the Continental Army on 24 Jan 1776 and served his two-year enlistment in Captain George Stubblefield's Company, 5th Virginia Regiment. He reenlisted under Spotswood Dandridge and served throughout the Revolutionary War. He was appointed captain on 28 May 1778 and was described as 'a brave and valuable soldier [who] rendered great service to his country; was much beliked by his officers, who reposed the greatest confidence in him.' He appears to have been living on the Rapidan River in Orange County, Virginia after the war. In 1778 his petition to open an ordinary at his some at 'the Old Trap' in Orange County was granted.328

Children of Capt. Benjamin HEAD and Martha MARSHALL (see #37) were:

37. Martha MARSHALL (Robert SHARMAN, #74) was born circa 1734.331,332 She married Capt. Benjamin HEAD (see #36), son of Henry HEAD, in 1754 in Culpeper or Orange County, Virginia.333,334 She died on 24 Nov 1821.335,336 Martha MARSHALL, related to Chief Justice John MARSHALL, probably was Benjamin HEAD's wife. One source believes his wife was _____ SHARMAN or SHERMAN.

38. Simon POWELL (Honorias, #76) married _____ _____.337,338 He died on 23 Dec 1779 in Orange County, Virginia.339

Children of Simon POWELL include:

48. William HOLLADAY (Thomas, #96) married Elizabeth _____ (see #49).

Children of William HOLLADAY and Elizabeth _____ (see #49) were:

49. Elizabeth _____ married William HOLLADAY (see #48), son of Thomas HOLLADAY and _____ _____.

50. John DUGGAN Sr married _____ _____ (see #51). He was from Tyrrell County, North Carolina.340

Children of John DUGGAN Sr. and _____ _____ (see #51) were:

51. _____ _____ married John DUGGAN Sr. (see #50).

52. Robert CARR was born in 1708.341 He married Mary WILLIAMS (see #53) in 1735.342 He died in 1773.343

Children of Robert CARR and Mary WILLIAMS (see #53) were:

53. Mary WILLIAMS married Robert CARR (see #52) in 1735.344


Generation Seven

64. Frederick FORTSON married Mary _____ (see #65).345,346 He lived in Spotsylvania or Orange County, Virginia.347

Children of Frederick FORTSON and Mary _____ (see #65) were:

65. Mary _____ married Frederick FORTSON (see #64).348,349 She died in 1742.350

66. Richard WINN (John, #132) was born in 1672 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.351 He married _____ _____ circa 1695352 and Ann COCKE (see #67) on 28 May 1711. He died in 1748 in Virginia.353

Children of Richard WINN and Ann COCKE (see #67) were:

67. Ann COCKE died in Virginia. She was born circa 1680 in Virginia.359 She married Richard WINN (see #66), son of Capt. John WINN and Elizabeth MINOR, on 28 May 1711. It is believed that she was from Middlesex County, Virginia and that she and Richard lived there.360

68. Minor WINN (John, #132) was born in 1672 in Virginia.361 He married Ann BYRD (see #69), daughter of Thomas BYRD.362 He died circa 1730 in Virginia.363 He and Ann lived in Prince William County, Virginia.364

Children of Minor WINN and Ann BYRD (see #69) were:

69. Ann BYRD (Thomas, #138) was born circa 1670 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.366 She married Minor WINN (see #68), son of Capt. John WINN and Elizabeth MINOR.367 She died in 1748 in Eden Plantation, Prince William County, Virginia.368

70. John TAVERNER (John, #140) married Rebecca TRAVERS (see #71).369 He was born on 7 Mar 1683 in Farnham Parish, Richland, Navarro County, Texas.370

Children of John TAVERNER and Rebecca TRAVERS (see #71) were:

71. Rebecca TRAVERS married John TAVERNER (see #70), son of John TAVERNER and Elizabeth _____.371

72. Henry HEAD was born circa 1695.372,373 He married _____ _____ circa 1715.374,375 He died on 5 May 1765 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.376,377 Tax rolls of Lancaster County, Virginia suggest that Henry, Frances, and Harry probably lived there in 1716. In 1743 Henry and Frances sold land in King George County that the Proprietor of the Northern Neck had granted to her father, and the deed indicated that they were then living in Spotsylvania County, where son Alexander bought land that year. Henry's estate included eight slaves, five pewter dishes, and 388 other dishes.378

Children of Henry HEAD include:

74. Robert SHARMAN married Lucy _____ (see #75).

Children of Robert SHARMAN and Lucy _____ (see #75) were:

75. Lucy _____ married Robert SHARMAN (see #74).

76. Honorias POWELL Jr. (Honorias, #152) was born circa 1695.390,391 He married Jeanette KIRTLEY (see #77) on 20 Apr 1736 in Virginia.392,393 He died circa 1763 in Orange County, Virginia.394,395

Children of Honorias POWELL Jr. and Jeanette KIRTLEY (see #77) were:

77. Jeanette KIRTLEY married Honorias POWELL Jr. (see #76), son of Honorias POWELL, on 20 Apr 1736 in Virginia.400,401 She died after 1771.402 She was still living in 1771, when son Simon mentioned her in his will.403

96. Thomas HOLLADAY married _____ _____ (see #97).

Children of Thomas HOLLADAY and _____ _____ (see #97) were:

97. _____ _____ married Thomas HOLLADAY (see #96).


Generation Eight

132. Capt. John WINN (Thomas WYNNE, #264) was born circa 1632 in Virginia.404 He married Elizabeth MINOR (see #133), daughter of John MINOR, circa 1650 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.405 He died in 1694 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.406,407 He appears to be the first person to spell the family name Winn.

Children of Capt. John WINN and Elizabeth MINOR (see #133) were:

133. Elizabeth MINOR (John, #266) died in Westmoreland County, Virginia.408 She was born circa 1630 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.409 She married Capt. John WINN (see #132), son of Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE and Dorothy HINES, circa 1650 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.410

136. Capt. John WINN (Thomas WYNNE, #264) was born circa 1632 in Virginia.411 He married Elizabeth MINOR (see #133), daughter of John MINOR, circa 1650 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.412 He died in 1694 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.413,414

He appears to be the first person to spell the family name Winn.

Children of Capt. John WINN and Elizabeth MINOR (see #133) were:

137. Elizabeth MINOR (John, #266) died in Westmoreland County, Virginia.415 She was born circa 1630 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.416 She married Capt. John WINN (see #132), son of Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE and Dorothy HINES, circa 1650 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.417

138. Thomas BYRD was born circa 1640 in Virginia.418

Children of Thomas BYRD include:

140. John TAVERNER was born in 1655 in Rappahannock County, Virginia.419 He married Elizabeth _____ (see #141) circa 1678.420

Children of John TAVERNER and Elizabeth _____ (see #141) were:

141. Elizabeth _____ married John TAVERNER (see #140) circa 1678.425

152. Honorias POWELL (Thomas, #304) was born circa 1669.426,427 He married _____ _____ circa 1694.428,429 He died after 1750.430,431 He lived in the part of Essex County, Virginia that became St. Mary's Parish of Caroline County in 1728. In 1732 he registered two young slaves and in 1834 owned a "negro boy, Dover, adjudged to be 12 years old." He was described as a planter of St. Mary's Parish of Orange County in 1738. In 1750 Charles Beazley and Zachery Coghill finished their apprenticeships under him and applied for their dues.432

Children of Honorias POWELL include:


Generation Nine

264. Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE (Robert, #528) married Dorothy HINES (see #265).435 He was born circa 1590.436 He died in 1625.437 He probably was born in Conway, Wales. He and kinsman Owen WYNNE arrived in Virginia in 1611, and he had large tracts of land in York and Warwick Counties.438

Children of Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE and Dorothy HINES (see #265) were:

265. Dorothy HINES married Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE (see #264), son of Sir Robert WYNNE and _____ _____.440 She was born circa 1600 in England.441

266. John MINOR (Harry MYNORS, #532) was born circa 1600 in Garway, England.442 He married _____ _____.443,444 He died in 1698 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

He is believed to have been the son of Ann _____ and Harry MYNORS of the Oldfield in Garway, England (of the family of Treago Castle, St. Weonards). He immigrated to Virginia before 1627 with his widowed mother, sisters Jane (wife of John KIDWALIDER) and Catharine (wife of Robert HADLEY), and brother, William. He settled in Westmoreland, where he was a planter and attorney. His will was probated in Westmoreland County 30 Mar 1698. Five children were mentioned in his will; there may have been others, not mentioned.

Children of John MINOR include:

272. Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE (Robert, #528) married Dorothy HINES (see #265).447 He was born circa 1590.448 He died in 1625.449 He probably was born in Conway, Wales. He and kinsman Owen WYNNE arrived in Virginia in 1611, and he had large tracts of land in York and Warwick Counties.450

Children of Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE and Dorothy HINES (see #265) were:

273. Dorothy HINES married Capt. Sir Thomas WYNNE (see #264), son of Sir Robert WYNNE and _____ _____.452 She was born circa 1600 in England.453

274. John MINOR (Harry MYNORS, #532) was born circa 1600 in Garway, England.454 He married _____ _____.455,456 He died in 1698 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He is believed to have been the son of Ann _____ and Harry MYNORS of the Oldfield in Garway, England (of the family of Treago Castle, St. Weonards). He immigrated to Virginia before 1627 with his widowed mother, sisters Jane (wife of John KIDWALIDER) and Catharine (wife of Robert HADLEY), and brother, William. He settled in Westmoreland, where he was a planter and attorney. His will was probated in Westmoreland County 30 Mar 1698. Five children were mentioned in his will; there may have been others, not mentioned.

Children of John MINOR include:

304. Thomas POWELL was born circa 1630.459,460 He married Mary PLACE (see #305), daughter of _____ _____, before 1657.461 He died circa 1701 in Essex County, Virginia.462,463 His 1701 will recited that he was of Sittenburn Parish and left land and cattle to his heirs. He is believed to have had a brother, John POWELL, who was married to Mary COGHILL and died in 1698 in Essex County, Virginia.464

Children of Thomas POWELL and Mary PLACE (see #305) were:

305. Mary PLACE (_____ _____, #611) was born after 1637.476 She married Thomas POWELL (see #304) before 1657.477 She died in Dec 1710.478,479


Generation Ten

528. Sir Robert WYNNE (John, #1056) married _____ _____ (see #529). He was born circa 1570.480 He died in 1598.481 He was from Conway, Wales. In the late 1500's he built Plas Mawr mansion in Conway, which now houses the Royal Cambrian Academy of Arts.482

Children of Sir Robert WYNNE and _____ _____ (see #529) were:

529. _____ _____ married Sir Robert WYNNE (see #528), son of John WYNNE and _____ _____.

532. Harry MYNORS (William MINERS, #1064) died in England. He was born circa 1570 in Garway, England.483 He married _____ _____ in England.484,485

Children of Harry MYNORS include:

544. Sir Robert Wynne (John, #1056) married _____ _____ (see #529). He was born circa 1570.486 He died in 1598.487 He was from Conway, Wales. In the late 1500's he built Plas Mawr mansion in Conway, which now houses the Royal Cambrian Academy of Arts.488

Children of Sir Robert WYNNE and _____ _____ (see #529) were:

545. _____ _____ married Sir Robert WYNNE (see #528), son of John WYNNE and _____ _____.

548. Harry MYNORS (William MINERS, #1064) died in England. He was born circa 1570 in Garway, England.489 He married _____ _____ in England.490,491

Children of Harry MYNORS include:

611. _____ _____ married _____ _____.

Children of _____ _____ include:


Generation Eleven

1056. John WYNNE (Meredith ap JEVAN, #2112) married _____ _____ (see #1057). He died in 1553.492

Children of John WYNNE and _____ _____ (see #1057) were:

1057. _____ _____ married John WYNNE (see #1056), son of Meredith ap JEVAN and _____ _____.

1064. William MINERS (Richard, #2128) was born circa 1549.493 He married Katherine GILBERT (see #1065).494 He died in Sep 1610.495

Children of William MINERS and Katherine GILBERT (see #1065) were:

1065. Katherine Gilbert married William MINERS (see #1064), son of Richard MINERS and Anne BURGH.496

1088. John WYNNE (Meredith ap JEVAN, #2112) married _____ _____ (see #1057). He died in 1553.497

Children of John WYNNE and _____ _____ (see #1057) were:

1089. _____ _____ married John WYNNE (see #1056), son of Meredith ap JEVAN and _____ _____.

1096. William MINERS (Richard, #2128) was born circa 1549.498 He married Katherine GILBERT (see #1065).499 He died in Sep 1610.500

Children of William MINERS and Katherine GILBERT (see #1065) were:

1097. Katherine Gilbert married William MINERS (see #1064), son of Richard MINERS and Anne BURGH.501


Generation Twelve

2112. Meredith ap JEVAN married _____ _____ (see #2113). He died in 1525.502

Children of Meredith ap JEVAN and _____ _____ (see #2113) were:

2113. _____ _____ married Meredith ap JEVAN (see #2112).

2128. Richard MINERS (Thomas, #4256) was born after 1520.503 He married Anne BURGH (see #2129).504 He died in 1550.505

Children of Richard MINERS and Anne BURGH (see #2129) were:

2129. Anne Burgh married Richard MINERS (see #2128), son of Thomas MINERS and Joan VAUGHN.506

2176. Meredith ap JEVAN married _____ _____ (see #2113). He died in 1525.507

Children of Meredith ap JEVAN and _____ _____ (see #2113) were:

2177. _____ _____ married Meredith ap JEVAN (see #2112).

2192. Richard MINERS (Thomas, #4256) was born after 1520.508 He married Anne BURGH (see #2129).509 He died in 1550.510

Children of Richard MINERS and Anne BURGH (see #2129) were:

2193. Anne Burgh married Richard MINERS (see #2128), son of Thomas MINERS and Joan VAUGHN.511


Generation Thirteen

4256. Thomas MINERS (Richard, #8512) married Joan VAUGHN (see #4257).512 He died in 1539.513

Children of Thomas MINERS and Joan VAUGHN (see #4257) were:

4257. Joan VAUGHN married Thomas MINERS (see #4256), son of Richard MINERS and Sybil BASKERVILLE.514

4384. Thomas MINERS (Richard, #8512) married Joan VAUGHN (see #4257).515 He died in 1539.516

Children of Thomas MINERS and Joan VAUGHN (see #4257) were:

4385. Joan Vaughn married Thomas MINERS (see #4256), son of Richard MINERS and Sybil BASKERVILLE.517


Generation Fourteen

8512. Richard MINERS (Philip, #17024) married Sybil BASKERVILLE (see #8513).518 He died in Mar 1528.519

Children of Richard MINERS and Sybil BASKERVILLE (see #8513) were:

8513. Sybil Baskerville married Richard MINERS (see #8512), son of Philip MINERS and Alice JOHN.520

8768. Richard MINERS (Philip, #17024) married Sybil BASKERVILLE (see #8513).521 He died in Mar 1528.522

Children of Richard MINERS and Sybil BASKERVILLE (see #8513) were:

8769. Sybil BASKERVILLE married Richard MINERS (see #8512), son of Philip MINERS and Alice JOHN.523


Generation Fifteen

17024. Philip MINERS was born between 1400 and 1415.524 He married Alice JOHN (see #17025).525

Children of Philip MINERS and Alice JOHN (see #17025) were:

17025. Alice JOHN married Philip MINERS (see #17024).526

17536. Philip MINERS was born between 1400 and 1415.527 He married Alice JOHN (see #17025).528

Children of Philip MINERS and Alice JOHN (see #17025) were:

17537. Alice JOHN married Philip MINERS (see #17024).529


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44. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the year, misstating it as 1860, and not naming the place).
45. Ibid., p. 2 (giving only the date).
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48. Dr. W. A. Evans, Monroe County, Mississippi Cemetery Records, above, p. 189.
49. Ibid.
50. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above.
51. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 4.
52. Ibid.
53. Dr. W. A. Evans, Monroe County, Mississippi Cemetery Records, above, p. 10.
54. Ibid., p. 10 (stating that grave marker identifies her as "wife of John T. Fortson").
55. Ibid., p. 10.
56. Ibid.
57. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 4.
58. Clara Moore Moody, "James McAllister," in A History of Monroe County, Mississippi, vol. 1 (n.p.: Monroe County Book Committee, 1988), p. 659.
59. Ibid.
60. Ibid.
61. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 4 (residence in Aberdeen).
62. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (dress and mug).
63. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 6.
64. Ibid., p. 4 (not naming the place).
65. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 77 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
66. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 2 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
67. Dr. W. A. Evans, Monroe County, Mississippi Cemetery Records, above, p. 189 (not naming the place).
68. Mary Love Berryman, 3106 Rollingwood Dr., Tyler, Tex. 75701, computer files sent to Roger Bartlett, 20 Jan 1998.
69. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family" (giving only the year and not naming the place).
70. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, pp. 3, 4.
71. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 77 (citing to Will Book K, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 162) (giving only the date).
72. John H. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, above, p. 232 (giving the year as 1815, but it is obvious from the surrounding entries that it is 1814) (citing to Will Book K, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 162).
73. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (no place or date).
74. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the year, misstating it as 1860, and not naming the place).
75. Ibid., p. 2 (giving only the date).
76. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 4.
77. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 77 (giving only the year).
78. Supposition as to place, based on family's believed residence at the time.
79. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 2 (giving only the year).
80. Dr. W. A. Evans, Monroe County, Mississippi Cemetery Records, above, p. 189.
81. Ibid.
82. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above.
83. Ibid.
84. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving her name as Catharine Edwards).
85. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999.
86. Theophilus Edwards Bible, above (giving only the date).
87. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving her name as Catharine Edwards).
88. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above.
89. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving her name as Catharine Edwards).
90. Ibid.
91. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73.
92. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the date).
93. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73.
94. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 3 (spelling her surname as Gains).
95. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73.
96. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (spelling her name as Gains).
97. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 3.
98. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73.
99. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the date).
100. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 3 (military service).
101. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (from Orange County; military service).
102. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (military service).
103. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 3 (giving only the date).
104. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, pp. 73, 74 (giving only the date).
105. Supposition as to place, based on family's residence.
106. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the date).
107. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 3.
108. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 74; also in 29 Apr 1969 letter from Lois Norris, 310 E. Turney, Phoenix, Ariz. 85016, to John W. Boyd, reproduced at pp. 75-76.
109. John H. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, above, p. 232 (date and place) (citing to Will Book K, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 163).
110. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
111. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 3.
112. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the date).
113. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73 (citing to Book A [presumably to probate records of Elbert County, Ga.], 1791-1803, for probate of his will).
114. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (giving only the year).
115. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
116. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family".
117. Ibid.
118. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (giving only the year and not naming the place).
119. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
120. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above.
121. John H. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, above, p. 241 (citing to Will Book L, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 79).
122. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
123. John H. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, above, p. 239 (citing to Will Book L, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 379).
124. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
125. Ibid.
126. Ibid.
127. John H. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, above, p. 217 (citing to Will Book L, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 236).
128. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
129. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family" (giving his name as Mr. Dupuy and not giving the date or place).
130. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family".
131. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above (attributing information to Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi, vol. II [n.p.: Reprint Pub. Co., n.d.], p. 461).
132. Ibid. (giving only the date and attributing information to Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi, vol. II [n.p.: Reprint Pub. Co., n.d.], p. 461).
133. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family".
134. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above (attributing information to Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi, vol. II [n.p.: Reprint Pub. Co., n.d.], p. 461).
135. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family" (giving only the date).
136. Miscellaneous Family Histories, online http://www.apc.net/rodbush/miscfami.htm, s.v. "John Moore Family".
137. Ibid.
138. Ibid.
139. Ibid.
140. Ibid.
141. Ibid.
142. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
143. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above.
144. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family (1919), p. 5. Evans Memorial Library, Aberdeen, Mississippi, provided a copy of this handwritten work from their vertical files to Roger Bartlett in March 1999.
145. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving only the date).
146. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above (not giving the date).
147. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family, above, p. 5.
148. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999.
149. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family, above, p. 5.
150. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above.
151. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving her name as Sally W. S. Holiday).
152. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above.
153. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving only the date).
154. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999.
155. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above.
156. Ibid.
157. Ibid.
158. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving only the date).
159. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above.
160. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family, above, p. 5 (giving only the year).
161. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving her name as Nancy Carr).
162. Dave Holiday, 28 Mar 1997 electronic mail, above (not giving the date).
163. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family, above, p. 5.
164. Ibid., p. 5 (giving only the year).
165. Ruth Fentress, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 18 Sep 1999 (giving her name as Nancy Carr).
166. Theophilus Edwards Bible, above.
167. Ibid.
168. Ibid.
169. Ibid.
170. Ibid.
171. Ibid.
172. Ibid.
173. Ibid.
174. Ibid.
175. Ibid.
176. Ibid.
177. Ibid.
178. Ibid.
179. Ibid.
180. Ibid.
181. Ibid.
182. Ibid.
183. Ibid.
184. Ibid.
185. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland: Ancestral Study of Wise and Allied Families (Sulphur, La.: n.pub., 1995), p. 98 (stating that he was buried "at or near their homesite").
186. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
187. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 57.
188. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 98 (stating that he was born "a month or two before his father's death").
189. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (year and county of birth).
190. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the date).
191. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1 (spelling her name as Wynn).
192. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, pp. 98, 161.
193. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (spelling her surname as Wynn) (giving only the year and not naming the place).
194. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
195. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 57 (date of death).
196. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 98.
197. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above (year and county of death).
198. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, pp. 1-2.
199. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, pp. 1-72.
200. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, pp. 98-99.
201. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above, citing to Scott's History of Orange County, Virginia (military service).
202. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1.
203. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
204. Ibid.
205. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (stating only that he was born in Orange Co., Va. without giving the date).
206. Rod Bush, "Fortson Family," online http://home.sprynet.com/sprynet/rodbush/FortsonA.htm, downloaded 5 Dec 1997.
207. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2 (spelling her name as Anne and not naming the town).
208. Rod Bush, "Fortson Family," above.
209. Ibid.
210. Ibid.
211. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
212. Rod Bush, "Fortson Family," above.
213. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
214. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (place only).
215. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
216. Ibid.
217. Ibid.
218. Ibid.
219. Ibid.
220. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1.
221. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
222. Ibid., p. 2 (giving 17 Dec 1783 as his birth date and adding that "it should be 1773 to fit in").
223. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 100.
224. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (place only).
225. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
226. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 100.
227. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
228. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 100.
229. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 2.
230. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
231. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1 (spelling her name as Wynn).
232. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, pp. 98, 161.
233. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (spelling her surname as Wynn) (giving only the year and not naming the place).
234. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, pp. 99 (pointing out that she was not mentioned in her husband's 1824 will), 161.
235. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head (1695-1770) in America (Columbia, Mo.: n.pub., 1948), p. 24.
236. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73 (citing to Orange Co. marriage records without volume or page).
237. Judy Smith Lee, Rt. 3, Box 113, Mineral Wells, Tex. 76067, 1984 ancestor charts, no. B5 (giving only the date). This chart was provided by Jack I. Head, Rt. 1, Box 82, Unicoi, Tenn. 37692, to Roger Bartlett on 8 Feb 1994.
238. Ibid., no. B5.
239. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73 (citing to Book A [presumably to probate records of Elbert County, Ga.], 1791-1803, for probate of his will).
240. Ibid. (in 29 Apr 1969 letter from Lois Norris, 310 E. Turney, Phoenix, Ariz. 85016, to John W. Boyd, reproduced at pp. 75-76).
241. Ibid.
242. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. B5 (year only).
243. John H. McIntosh, The Official History of Elbert County, above, p. 237 (date and place) (citing to Will Book L, Mixed Records, Elbert County, Ga., p. 89).
244. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. B5 (giving only the date).
245. Ibid., no. B5.
246. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 73 (citing to Orange Co. marriage records without volume or page).
247. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. B5 (giving only the date).
248. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above (in 29 Apr 1969 letter from Lois Norris, 310 E. Turney, Phoenix, Ariz. 85016, to John W. Boyd, reproduced at pp. 75-76, naming him as her second husband but omitting date or place of marriage).
249. Ibid., p. 77 (supposition as to date, based on will having been recorded on 11 May 1827).
250. Ibid., pp. 76-77.
251. Mary Love Berryman, "My Moore Family History," online http://www.tyler.net/mlb/moore.htm, downloaded 29 Dec 1997 (citing Daniel Ponder bible).
252. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
253. Mary Love Berryman, "My Moore Family History," above.
254. Ibid.
255. Ibid.
256. Ibid.
257. Ibid.
258. Ibid.
259. Ibid.
260. Ibid.
261. Ibid. (citing Daniel Ponder bible).
262. Mary Love Berryman, 20 Jan 1998 computer files, above.
263. Ibid.
264. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family, above, p. 4.
265. Ibid.
266. Ibid.
267. Ibid.
268. Ibid., p. 5.
269. Ibid.
270. Ibid., pp. 5-6.
271. Ibid., p. 5.
272. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1 (year only).
273. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 78 (year only, citing Lena Gathings Fortson data, but giving 1715 as his year of birth on p. 1).
274. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above.
275. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving only the date).
276. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
277. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 78 (citing Lena Gathings Fortson data).
278. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
279. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving her name as Mrs. Elizabeth (Winn) Richards, widow of Ralph Richards).
280. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
281. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, pp. 1, 78 (giving only the date) (citing Lena Gathings Fortson data on p. 78).
282. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 98.
283. Margaret Ruth Yeates Robertson, "Fortson Family," above.
284. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1.
285. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1 (giving only her first name).
286. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 10.
287. Ibid., p. 9.
288. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 98.
289. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 9 (citing to Fair, Roach, Roberts, Ridgeway and Allied Families, p. 178).
290. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 98.
291. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 10 (spelling his name as Aquilla).
292. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
293. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 1.
294. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
295. Michael Amer, electronic mail to Winn-L@rootsweb.com, 31 Aug 1997.
296. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
297. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 78 (citing Lena Gathings Fortson data).
298. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
299. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (giving her name as Mrs. Elizabeth (Winn) Richards, widow of Ralph Richards).
300. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
301. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 1.
302. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
303. Mrs. Samuel Anthony Fortson, "A Fortson Line," above, p. 1.
304. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
305. Ibid., p. 162.
306. Don Johnston, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 9 Sep 1997.
307. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
308. Ibid., p. 162.
309. Don Johnston, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 9 Sep 1997.
310. Ibid.
311. Ibid.
312. Ibid.
313. Ibid.
314. Ibid.
315. Ibid.
316. Ibid.
317. Ibid.
318. Ibid.
319. Ibid.
320. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 162.
321. Ibid.
322. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, pp. 21, 24 (stating that he was born in Lancaster or King George County, Virginia).
323. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C5.
324. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 24 (identifying her as Martha _____).
325. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C5 (giving only the date).
326. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 24 (stating that he died in Virginia on 19 Aug 1803 without identifying a county).
327. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C5.
328. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, pp. 24-28.
329. David Patton, electronic mail to Head-L@rootsweb.com, 19 Nov 1997.
330. Ibid.
331. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 24.
332. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C5.
333. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 24 (identifying her as Martha _____).
334. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C5 (giving only the date).
335. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 24.
336. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C5.
337. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., ed., comp., & pub., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South; Being an Encyclopedia of the Eight (8) Major Powell Families of Virginia and the South in General (Vidalia, Ga.: The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., 1969) ("printed under the Auspices of Georgia Genealogical Reprints"), pp. 413 (Martha named as wife of Simon Powell in his 3 Jan 1771 will, citing to Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Orange County, Va.), 419.
338. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, nos. B5, C7.
339. Ibid.
340. Judge Baxter McFarland, Holliday Family, above, p. 4.
341. Ibid., p. 6.
342. Ibid.
343. Ibid.
344. Ibid.
345. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 78 (citing Lena Gathings Fortson data).
346. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (referring to 20 Jun 1663 North Carolina will of "Mrs. Mary Fortson, wife of Frederick Fortson," citing to "Wills by Grimes (or Grymes)," p. 196).
347. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 78 (citing Lena Gathings Fortson data).
348. Ibid.
349. "Our Fortson Line," undated manuscript, above, p. 1 (referring to 20 Jun 1663 North Carolina will of "Mrs. Mary Fortson, wife of Frederick Fortson," citing to "Wills by Grimes (or Grymes)," p. 196).
350. John Wright Boyd, A Family History: Lt. Thomas Fortson [etc.], above, p. 78 (citing Lena Gathings Fortson data).
351. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
352. Ibid., p. 161 (supposition as to marriage date, based on children's birth dates).
353. Ibid., p. 161.
354. Michael Amer, electronic mail to Winn-L@rootsweb.com, 31 Aug 1997 (giving only the year).
355. Michael Amer, electronic mail to Winn-L@rootsweb.com, 31 Aug 1997.
356. Ibid.
357. Ibid.
358. Ibid.
359. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 162.
360. Ibid., pp. 161-2.
361. Ibid., p. 161.
362. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 15 Aug 1997.
363. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 161.
364. Ibid., p. 162.
365. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 15 Aug 1997.
366. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 162.
367. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 15 Aug 1997.
368. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 162 (not giving the date and giving only the county).
369. Don Johnston, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 8 Sep 1997.
370. Ibid.
371. Ibid.
372. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 21.
373. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C5.
374. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 21 (no date).
375. Supposition as to date, based on first child's believed birth date.
376. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 21.
377. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C5.
378. Idress Head Alvord, comp., Descent of Henry Head [etc.], above, p. 21 (citing to Deed Book No. 2, King George County, Va., for conveyance of Alexander Spence's land).
379. Ibid., pp. 21, 22.
380. Ibid., p. 22.
381. Ibid.
382. Ibid.
383. Ibid.
384. Ibid., pp. 21, 22.
385. Ibid., p. 22.
386. Ibid., pp. 22-23.
387. Ibid., p. 23. Mildred was named as the wife of Uriah Edwards in his 16 Apr 1781 will; as the relict of Uriah Edwards, deceased, in a 14 Dec 1784 transaction between John Edwards and his mother, Mildred Edwards, that included relinquishment of "a Negro man"; and as the widow of Uriah Edwards in a 5 Oct 1787 deed.
388. Ibid., pp. 21, 23.
389. Ibid., pp. 23-24. A 5 Oct 1787 deed shows Mildred Edwards, widow of Uriah Edwards, as owner of 50 acres in Berkley Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
390. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 411, 413.
391. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7.
392. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 411, 413 (not giving the date, place, or bride's surname).
393. Judith Hughes, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 3 Jun 1998.
394. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 411, 413.
395. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7 (giving only the date).
396. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, p. 413.
397. Ibid., p. 413 (Francis Kirtley named as husband of Eliza Kirtley, and Eliza named as sister of Simon Powell, in Simon's 3 Jan 1771 will, citing to Will Book 2, 1744-1778, Orange County, Va.).
398. Ibid., p. 419.
399. Ibid., p. 413.
400. Ibid., pp. 411, 413 (not giving the date, place, or bride's surname).
401. Judith Hughes, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 3 Jun 1998.
402. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, p. 411.
403. Ibid., pp. 411, 413.
404. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, pp. 160-1.
405. Ibid., pp. 161-2.
406. Ibid., pp. 160-1.
407. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 15 Aug 1997.
408. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 162.
409. Ibid.
410. Ibid., pp. 161-2.
411. Ibid., pp. 160-1.
412. Ibid., pp. 161-2.
413. Ibid., pp. 160-1.
414. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 15 Aug 1997.
415. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 162.
416. Ibid.
417. Ibid., pp. 161-2.
418. Ibid., p. 161.
419. Don Johnston, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 8 Sep 1997.
420. Ibid.
421. Ibid.
422. Ibid.
423. Ibid.
424. Ibid.
425. Ibid.
426. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 410, 411.
427. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7.
428. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 410, 411 (giving her name as Mrs. Joyce Lamberth, widow of George Lamberth).
429. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7 (giving her name as "Mrs. Joyce (?) Lamberth").
430. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 410, 411.
431. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7.
432. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 411, 412.
433. Ibid., pp. 411, 413 (stating that she survived him).
434. Ibid., pp. 411, 413.
435. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 160.
436. Ibid.
437. Ibid.
438. Ibid.
439. Ibid.
440. Ibid.
441. Ibid., p. 162 (citing "Compendium" [1942], p. 401).
442. Ibid., p. 162.
443. Ibid.
444. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
445. Ibid.
446. Ibid.
447. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 160.
448. Ibid.
449. Ibid.
450. Ibid.
451. Ibid.
452. Ibid.
453. Ibid., p. 162 (citing "Compendium" [1942], p. 401).
454. Ibid., p. 162.
455. Ibid.
456. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
457. Ibid.
458. Ibid.
459. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, p. 410.
460. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7.
461. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, p. 410.
462. Ibid.
463. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7.
464. The Rev. Fr. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., The Powell Families of Virginia and the South, above, pp. 410-11 (referring to Deed and Will Book 10, p. 75, Essex County, Va.).
465. Ibid., p. 417.
466. Ibid., pp. 410, 417.
467. Ibid., pp. 410 (unmarried at death), 411-12 (removal from Virginia, citing to Deed Book p. 353, King George County, Va.).
468. Ibid., p. 410.
469. Ibid., pp. 410, 418.
470. Ibid., pp. 410 (giving her name as Mary Gibson), 417 (giving her name as Mary _____).
471. Ibid., pp. 410, 417.
472. Ibid., pp. 410 (giving only the date), 417.
473. Ibid., p. 410.
474. Ibid.
475. Ibid.
476. Ibid., pp. 410-11 (referring to a 11 Aug 1655 deed by Francis Place, recorded in Record Book 2, p. 104, Lancaster County, Va., suggesting that his daughter, Mary, had not reached age 18 and was not married).
477. Ibid., p. 410.
478. Ibid., pp. 410-11 (citing to entry in Order Book 6, p. 108, Richmond County, Va., that she died about the middle of December 1710).
479. Judy Smith Lee, ancestor charts, above, no. C7.
480. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 160.
481. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 28 Aug 1997.
482. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 160.
483. Ibid., p. 162.
484. Ibid.
485. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
486. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 160.
487. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 28 Aug 1997.
488. Erbon W. Wise, Wise Footsteps from England and Ireland [etc.], above, p. 160.
489. Ibid., p. 162.
490. Ibid.
491. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
492. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 28 Aug 1997.
493. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
494. Ibid.
495. Ibid.
496. Ibid.
497. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 28 Aug 1997.
498. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
499. Ibid.
500. Ibid.
501. Ibid.
502. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 28 Aug 1997.
503. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
504. Ibid.
505. Ibid.
506. Ibid.
507. Linda Green, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 28 Aug 1997.
508. Dale R. Lutz, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 4 Oct 1997.
509. Ibid.
510. Ibid.
511. Ibid.
512. Ibid.
513. Ibid.
514. Ibid.
515. Ibid.
516. Ibid.
517. Ibid.
518. Ibid.
519. Ibid.
520. Ibid.
521. Ibid.
522. Ibid.
523. Ibid.
524. Ibid.
525. Ibid.
526. Ibid.
527. Ibid.
528. Ibid.
529. Ibid.


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