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Immigrant to Virginia prior to1720, Thomas Wieland and related lines

Ed A. DOUGHERTY was born in Nov 1876. He married Adeline "Addie" Snell SWEARINGEN on 28 Nov 1906 in Howard Co., Missouri.

Posted 8/99: Edward A Dougherty was the son of George F Dougherty b Aug 1852 md 25 Jan 1871 Howard Co susan Ann Jameson. George F was the son of Paris Dougherty and Martha Jane Smith.


Adeline "Addie" Snell SWEARINGEN [Parents] was born on 6 Jun 1881. She died on 12 May 1969. Adeline married Ed A. DOUGHERTY on 28 Nov 1906 in Howard Co., Missouri.

Mother's obit in 1930 said that she was survived by "Mrs. E.A. Dougherty of Glasgow." This would have to be her as other dtrs have husbands or died.

George WHITE was born on 29 May 1859 in Campbell Hill, , Illinois. He died on 5 Oct 1908 in Arnett, , Oklahoma and was buried in Allmon Cemetary, Ellis Co., Oklahoma. George married Lucy Jane MORGAN on 7 Feb 1881.

Lucy Jane MORGAN [Parents] was born on 14 Dec 1864 in Campbell Hill, , Kentucky. She died on 26 Mar 1950 in Arnett, , Oklahoma. Lucy married George WHITE on 7 Feb 1881.

From Harley Wayland informaton.

They had the following children:

  F i Iva Rose WHITE


Opal Loretta WAYLAND [Parents] was born on 12 Oct 1911. She died on 30 Sep 1932. Opal married Living.

Father's obit says that she "died as a young mother".

They had the following children:

  M i Living

Living [Parents]


They had the following children:

  M i Living
  F ii Living
  F iii Living

Living [Parents]


They had the following children:

  M i Living
  M ii John Randall WAYLAND was born in 1955. He died in 1960.


Ruth Prudentia WAYLAND [Parents] was born on 23 Sep 1918. She died after 1964. Ruth married Living.

Father's obit gives her as "Ruth Bayless of Arnett". Ivan Stewart gives their address as: PO Box 275, Arnett, OK Phone: 405-885-7350

Living [Parents]


They had the following children:

  F i Living
  F ii Living


Jemima WAYLAND [Parents] was born on 7 Aug 1898. She died in Mar 1987 in Macomb, McDonough, IL. Jemima married Living.

Still living in Macomb, IL in 1984 at age 85, according to Clara Jean Wayland Lamb. I looked her up on SSDI records and got the dates put in now.


Isabell WAYLAND [Parents] was born in 1906. She died after 1983. Isabell married Living.

Still living at Rt. 5, Salem, MO in 1984

James TERRILL was born on 29 Dec 1801 in , Albemarle Co., Virginia. He died on 14 Sep 1876 in , Randolph Co., Missouri and was buried in Deskin Cem., Randolph Co.. James married Elizabeth Ann CRISLER on 16 May 1833.

He had the title "Judge". On the 1870 Randolph Co. MO census, his occupation is listed as "Judge of Probate Court". Listed with him are ELiza age 57, Julia J. age 19, William H. age 16, and Thomas J. age 13. His age is 68.

Here is his biography:

The subject of this sketch was born in Albemarle County, Virginia and
moved to KY when quite young. Thence he went to Randolph Co., MO near
where Moberly now is situated, where he resided for about 40 years.

He was the oldest of six brothers, all of whom were well known and highly respected and honored, enjoying the confidence of all who knew them.
Their names in order of their ages are James, Jesse, William, Benjamin,
John and Robert.

Jesse and Benjamin Terrill were Baptist preachers, and were known far and
wide in this part of the State. John Terrill moved to Texas and settled
in Tarrant county, where he is, and has been for some time, county
commissioner (county judge). Robert is still a resident of Randolph co.,
and is a physician of high standing. John and Robert are the only ones
now living.

James Terrill was born Dec 29 1801. The greater part of his early life
was spent in Boone county, KY. On Dec 29, 1825, he was married to
Henrietta Conner, of Boone co., KY, by which marriage two children were
born, one son and one daughter. John R. Terrill, the son, is a Baptist minister widely known in North Missouri. His first wife died August 15,
1830. On May 16, 1833 he was married to Eliza A. Crisler, Of Boone Co.,
KY and out of this union were born 12 children, 5 boys and 7 girls, all
of whom are still living, except one boy and one girl, both of whom died
while quite young.

James Terrill was a man of sterling qualities of head and heart,- a
Christian man, honored and respected by all who knew him, and loved by
all who enjoyed his personal acquaintance. Firm in his conviction of
right, he had the courage to defend his position, and he allowed no
pressure to swerve him from the performance of a known duty. The
confidence of the people is shown by the fact that, although he preferred
the quiet of the home circle ot the busy realities of public affairs, he
was several times reelected to fill the office of county judge, serving
in all about 20 years in succession, except a few years during the war,
when he resigned, refusing to take the test oath.

The following is from an obituary notice written by Rev. W. L. T. Evans: "Brother James Terrill professed faith in Christ at an early age and
became a member of the Bullittsburg Baptist Church. He had been a member
of the Baptist Church for 60 years, a deacon in the church and his
membership was with the church at Moberly. Bro. Terrill was an everyday Christian, and no man delighted to talk of the grace of God more than he.
He was a man in whom the people of Randolph county placed implicit
confidence, having been for a number of years judge of the county court.
His life was a living comment on the Bible."

James Terrill died September 14, 1876. His death was very sudden and
entirely unlooked for by his family and friends. He leaves a record of
which all may be proud. His motto seemed to be that "a good name was
rather to be chosen that [sic] great riches."

The booklet, "Original Land Purchases of Randolph County, Missouri" by Cecille Taylor Rice, pub. by the Randolph County Historical Society has this on him:

Terrill, James on 31 Oct 1836 purchased 160 acres; on 9 Nov 1836 two 80 acre tracts...found on p. 49 of original book.

I received this with other info 6/99 from Bob Deskin :

"I have not copied tombstone dates myself, but the copy of the cemetery plat I use has dates that do not always agee with those of the "Terrill Bible". In that Bible the first entry in left hand column is "James Terrill, father of John R. Terrill was born December 29th A.D. 1802. (Another hand?) Died Sept15th 1876." Next entry "Henrietta Conner,wife of James Terrill and mother of John R. Terrill was born June 20th, 1806. Died August 15th/1830". Next entry "Mary Elizabeth Terrill Sister of John R. Terrill was born May 30th AD, 1829. Died February 25th 1858". Next entry "Elizabeth Terrill,
Stepmother, was born Sept. 5th ..." and the copy is dim in this corner.
There are two more entries but I can only guess at them."

Elizabeth Ann CRISLER [Parents] was born on 6 Sep 1813 in , , Virginia. She died on 2 Feb 1905 in Randolph Co., Missouri and was buried in Deskin Cem., Randolph Co.. Elizabeth married James TERRILL on 16 May 1833.

Would have been only 16 when had first child...quite possible and also it is possible that she took some off her age for the census taker. She is the sister of the Delila Crisler who m. as second wife also James's bro. Benjamin. A later resource gives her birthdate exactly...6 Sep 1813; a yr. older than the census age, which is common as the census could have been anytime that year.

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