Re: ELLIS - orphans - Martha H Spivey
Subject: Re: ELLIS - orphans
From: Martha H Spivey
Date: April 10, 1999

In my husband's family, I have a William John Ellis, b. ca 1844, served in
the Civil War, was a policeman in Charleston and owned a meat market
(perhaps in Charleston). He married Helen McKenzie. Is this Wm. Jno. Ellis
your Wm. Jno. Ellis? If you have more information on him, I would be happy
to share with you what I have.
Martha Spivey

At 07:07 AM 4/10/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I have info on the following from the Charleston Orphan
>House Records:
>ELLIS, WILLIAM JOHN. Admitted September 30, 1852 aged eight
>years by
>ELIZABETH ELLIS, mother, and Poor House. Indentures expired
>30, 1865. (Q-66) Delivered to his mother Feb. 1855  (ROC,
>ELLIS, WILLIAM J. Admitted October 4, 1855 aged eleven years
>ELIZABETH ELLIS, mother, and Poor House. Indentures expired
>30, 1865. (S-59) No further information.
>re: Pg 143;
>History and Records of the Charleston Orphan House 1790 -
>by Susan L King.
>SCMAR; 929.38 Charleston, Vol. 1.
>Located in the South Carolina Historical Society, Chas, SC.
>Janet Nielson Jilote

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