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FIRST GENERATION

is Thomas Williamson Married Ann (unknown) and they had 4 children all born in London, Middlesex, England.

1. George b. Ab. 1589, 2. Elizabeth b. Ab. 1591, 3. OUR Richard b. Ab. 1593-94, 4. William b. Ab. 1595 all b. London.

The will of Nathaniel West, citizen and mercer of London, England, Proved Sept. 8, 1630, mentions his Uncle and Aunt, Thomas and Ann Williamson and also mentions cousins: George, Elizabeth, Richard, and William Williamson

Research Notes : Nathaniel West is a Sir. John Norton descendant family

SECOND GENERATION

is Richard Williamson, b. 1593-94 and died 1659 in Isle of Wight, Va. He married Margaret Sherwood. Margaret married John Jarrett after Richard died.

There is proof that Richard was in Va. (Isle of Wight) 1640. He was a witness to a deed of Cap. John Upton 1640 and also witness to deed of William Yarnett 1646 a well known Quaker in America. Richard



signed as Richard Sr.

Richard Williamson was Imported by Lt. John Upton; 1638. John Upton came to Va. 1624.

Richard Williamson went back to England 1640 and was imported by Ambrose Bennet 1641 with a new wife, Margaret Sherwood.

He had a plantation called Codham Hall on the Pagan River across the James River from Jamestown Va. in what is now Surry Co. Va.(this is the word of Landon C. Bell)

There were also records of Kent England an estate called Codham Hall owned by Sir Joseph Williamson. Sec. of State for King George 2nd.1680's according to Landon C. Bell's Book (Old Free State) (He married a Williamson.) Proven



Children of Richard and Margaret are 1. Dr James b. 1621 d. 1656 Old Rappahannock Co. Va. m. Ann Underwood 2. Our Robert (Later) 3.John b. 1624 d. Henrico Co. Va. 4. Henry b. 1628 d. Henrico Co. Va. 5. Richard Jr. b. 1629 . All the children were born in England.

THIRD GENERATION

Dr. Robert b. Ab 1623 England. Will probated 16 Feb 1669, his wife Joane Allen Williamson; was granted the lifetime use of the home-plantation of 850 acres on the branches of Pagan Creek.(River)

Joane was the daughter of Col Arthur Allen of Surry Co. Va.,who built the first brick mansion south of the James River known in History as Bacon's Castle of Bacon's rebellion. After Robert died, Joan married Robert Burnett by 1678.

The children of Robert and Joan are Robert (oldest and heir), Our George, then Arthur and Frances.



FOURTH GENERATION

George Williamson b. Isle of Wight, Va. 6 Feb1654 and died in Isle of Wight, Va 28 Oct 1721. George married Easter Bridger, daughter of Col Joseph Bridger and wife Hester Pitt. Known children

are 1. George M. m. Frances Davis, 2. Robert (moved to Henrico Co. Va.), 3.Thomas m. Olive Exum 4. Patience m Robert Exum 5. Elizabeth m. ? Jaynes. 6 Juliana unmarried 7. Anne m. Jacob Darden and 8.John m. Susan Lowe. (Ours)

FIFTH GENERATION

John Williamson b. 1694, Isle of Wight. He married Susannah Lowe probably Buckingham Co. Va. 1723. Susannah was b. Charles City, Co. Va. 1699. She was the daughter of Michael Lowe and Mary Perry (dau. of Micajha Perry of London England). Micajha Perry Jr. was Lord Mayor of London. In one of Jr.s records in London speaks of his sister's (Mary Lowe) Grandsons "Col. Micajha, Lt. William and Peter Williamson in the Rev. against England".

Susannah Lowe had siblings Mary and Micajha. Micajha Perry a wealthy London merchant and ship owner. Headed the firm of Perry, Land & Co. Records of that period along with the college of Wm. & Mary, has the Perry and Lane Co. bequeathed considerable sums toward the establishment of this College. Susannah and Mary Lowe are mentioned in a will of this Micajha Perry. (Uncle to Susannah,

brother to Mary Lowe. Susannah was not married at the time) received 10,000 Pounds. In 1728 Micajah Perry (son of the above) was Lord Mayor of London. It is in his History record & rsquo:s William, Micajha and Peter are the Grandchildren of Michael and Mary Lowe.

John and Susannah's children are 1. William (ancestor of our friend David) b. Buckingham Co. Va. 14 Dec 1745. Wm married Molly Terrell (Terrill), Bedford Co. Va. and d. 27 Mar 1801 Wilkes Co. Ga.

Wm. sold land in Campbell Co. Va. 1785. Stopped in Mecklenburg Co. NC for a year with brother James. Was in Wilkes Co. 1787 purchased 1336 acres from Micajha 1787 with the same $300. he got in Campbell co. for land sold there. Lived 9 miles west of Washington. There are copies of his will. His children are William T., Elizabeth Betsy m. James Mercer Jr. Claybrook m. Mary Callaway, James, Lydia, Robert, Thomas, Micajha m. Eliz? d. after 1850 Randolph Co. Al., and Jonathan b. 1783 Va. d. 1843. He m Margaret Hudson (dau. of Lemach Hudson) in Mecklenburg, NC. (this is Davids line)

2. J.Peter (more later) b. 1737 probably Buckingham Co. Va. d. between 4 Jun-17 Jul 1798 Franklin Co. Ga.

3. Micajah b. Buckingham Co. Va. 28 Jul 1744 m.Sarah Gilliam 28 May 1765. Sarah b. Henrico Co. Va. ab. 1735. There is a lot on Micajah. He was Lt.Col of Geo. troops in the Am. army during the

Rev.War. His children are 1. Charles m. Mary Clarke,dau of Gen. Elijah Clarke, 2.Micajah Jr., 3. William: b. 2 Apr 1766 Va. and was hung Jul 1778 at 12 yrs. old by Tarlaton, British Com. for refusing to betray Gen Francis Marrion, 4, Peter B. b. 1772 m. Rebecca McAlpin, 4. Nancy m. John Clarke who became Gov. of Ga., 5. Sarah m. Judge John Griffin, after his death m. Judge Charles Tait, US Senator 1809-1819., 6. Susan m. Dr. Thompson Bird, Martha m. Thomas Fitch, 7. William Washington

who was in the 1st graduating class at the Univ. of Ga. , 8. Elizabeth m. Peterson Thweat, 9. Jefferson and last is 10. Mary m. Duncan G. Campbell. He at one time was member of the House of Rep (Their son became Justice of the Supreme Court of the US)

SIXTH GENERATION

J. Peter was b. 1737 Bedford Co. Va. He died between 4th Jun-17 Jul 1798 in Franklin Co. Ga. He married Elizabeth (some say Peters) b. ab 1745

Georgia, Wilkes Co. Personally appeared Peter Williamson Lately from the State of Virginia with a sufficant caretor before us and made Oath that he hath a wife seven children and one negro and himself which he never hath taken any land on their head Rights in this State Sworn before us this 6 day of Apr 1784 Signed Peter Williamson

Witness - Wm. Downs, J.P., J. Gorham, J.P., M. Williamson

Your Petitioner prays for a warrent of Survey for six hundred acres of land in Washington Co. on the within mentioned head wrights...Peter Williamson

There is also a list of 54 Rev. soldiers due certain sums of money on April 12, 1784. Peter was one of these.

I have warrants for 660 acres of land 1790,bought another 1000 acres in 1891, and 950 acres in 1887.

---PETERS WILLIAMSON'S WILL----

In the name of God Amen-J.Peter Williamson of the State of aforesaid and county aforesaid. planters, being sick and weak in body, but of sound memory, blessed be to God for his mercies do make and publish this to be my last will and Testament, first I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to the discreation of my Executors, to be burried in a decent manner at the expense of my estate, and as touching my worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with. I dispose of in the following manner, that is to say first-I give & bequeath to my beloved wife Elizabeth Williamson all my real estate to be disposed of as she may think proper. I also give her four negroes to wit Frank, Sam, Luce & Rachel. I also give her all my stock and Cattle, horses, hog and sheep and Goats, together with my household furniture and plantation tools &c-

I also give to my son Robert Williamson one negro boy named Walker,

I also give to my son Richard Williamson one negro boy named Lewis.

I also give to my daughter Elizabeth, wife of Richard Allen one negro girl named Silvey.

I also give to my daughter Patsey wife, of Josiah Prickett five dollars.

I give to Thomas Gorham one negro boy named Ruben.

I also give to my daughter Jennett Henby the sume of five dollars.

I also give to daughter Mary wife of William Henby one negro girl named Mary, one sorrel Mare one feather bed and furniture.

I also give to my daughter Fanny Williamson one negro woman named Hannah.

I also give to my daughter Nancy a negro girl name Cloe.

I also give to my daughter Sally one negro named Clarissa.

I also give to my son Peter Griffin Williamson a negro boy named Jack,

I also give to my son John one negro boy named Sterling. I also give him three hundred dollars to be

raised out-of my estate.

I appoint and leave my wife, Elizabeth Williamson whole the sole Executor of this my last will and testament whereof I have herunto set my hand and affixed my seal the 4th Day Jun 1798.

Signed in presents of James Terrell, Jo s Dabbs, and Jos. Chandler

Proved 17 Day of July 1798 by Joseph Chandler R. Probates

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Children of WILLIAM HENLEY and MARY WILLIAMSON are:

i. SALLY7 HENLEY.

ii. ELIZABETH HENLEY, m. JOHN SIMS GREEN.


Notes for ELIZABETH HENLEY:

Elizabeth (Betsy) and Husband John Green left TN about 1832 for PA. They also took Robert, brother of Betsy with them. I assume William the father had died by then.


iii. JOHN C. HENLEY, b. 1801, Ga.; d. Aft. 1880, Prob. Ky.; m. LYDIA A.C, 1818, Tn..
Notes for JOHN C. HENLEY:

John and Lydia on 1850 census also had Sarah 20.

John C. had a second wife in 1880 named Docia. She was 76 b. Ky.

He was 79 b. Ga. Father b. MD. and Mother Va. William P. was 73, with his father b. NC. and Mother Va.


5. iv. WILLIAM PHILLIP HENLEY, b. 21 Jul 1806, Ga.; d. 22 Jan 1888, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co..

6. v. MICAJAH P. HENLEY, b. Abt. 1815, Tn..

7. vi. MARY HENLEY, b. 25 Jul 1816, Maury Co. Tn.; d. 17 Feb 1887, Weakley Co., Tn..

8. vii. ROBERT WILLIAMSON HENLEY, b. 17 Apr 1814, SC; d. 09 May 1890, PA.

4. SUSANNAH6 HENLEY (JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1) was born 10 May 1785 in Washington, Wilkes ? Georgia, USA3, and died 22 Nov 1855 in Walnut, Tippah, Mississippi, USA3,4. She married WILLIAM PRESTON JOHNSON5 Abt. 1803 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA6, son of UKN and UKN. He was born 1785 in North Carolina, USA6,7, and died 05 Dec 1868 in Tippah, Mississippi, USA8,9.
Notes for SUSANNAH HENLEY:
THE WILL OF JOHN HENLEY, SENR. WILKES CO GA.

copied from the original will in Washington, Ga. dated July 19, 1801/ Probated July 24 1806

1st and for the better maintenance and education of my children by my present wife Katharine, I do give and dispose of tuition to custody of them to my wife Catharine until such time as they and

either of them respectively continue unmarried and under the age of 21 years and that my wife remains my widow but if my wife die or marry: during the decease or marriage of any of my children I gave them

____her tuition and custody of such of my children as remain unmarried or under age of 21 years at marriage or death of my wife to Thomas Terrell,Junr. and Wm. Prince John McLowd whom I do constitute and appoint as trustees to my said children

2ndly I also do give and devise all those Freehold Lands tenements heredetaments lying and being in the town of Washington or elsewhere with rents___ and profits of all the singular premises I

likewise give to my said wife the use of my negroes during her natural life or while she remains unmarried excepting a negro girl named Nancy with the household furniture and all debts that may now be due or hereafter became due excepting one bed and Furniture to the lone use and behalf of my said wife and children.

3rdly I give and bequeath to my daughter Sukey Henly a negro girl by the name of Nancy to be delivered to her at the age of 6 with one bed and furniture at the time of marriage of Sukey with 50 dollars at the death or marriage of my wife which ever shall first happen.

ITEM to my son John Henly I give the sum of five dollars and John Henly the son of said John I give the sum of fifty dollars.

ITEM to son Philip Henly I give the sum of one Hundred Dollars.

ITEM to my son Edmund Henly the sum of fifty Dollars.

ITEM to my son Wm Henly the sum of fifty Dollars.

ITEM to my son James Henly the sum of one Hundred Dollars.

ITEM. to my son Darby Henly the sum of one Hundred Dollars

ITEM to my son Elijah Henly I give the sum of one Hundred Dollars.

ITEM to my son Micajah Henley the sum of five Dollars.

It is to be understood the above sums of money are not to be paid to the Legatees at the death or marriage of my wife which ever shall first happen but that the Legacies are to be kept in the hands of the Trustees of my Estate and children as above appointed until All my children become of age and in Fair Sale thus made of my remaining Property to be sold to the highest bidder and credited with good security such as my trustees shall approve of. I likewise Will that at the decease or marriage of

my wife and when my children come of age the negro Betsy with her offspring except Nancy as above directed and the monies arising from such Sale be equally divided among all my children.

I also Will that the Lands and Tenements Heredetaments and with Household Furniture that may then remain on the decease or marriage of my wife and when my children come of age to be sold as above directed and the money arising from such sale (when collected shall first be

applied to the discharge of the Legacies Here-to-fore given by this Will and the Remainder)to be Equally between my son Abner by my present wife and the rest of her children that is Abner to have one half and the other Half to be equally divided between my present wife's children. I likewise Will that my Negro fellow James to be given to my son Abner. I further declare all Wills Power of Attorney

Here-to-fore made to be Revoked and declare them to be nul and void to all tents and purpose whatever. This I declare to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have this nineteenth day of July in presence of ___my hand and Seal in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight Hundred and One. Codicil to the above Will

It is understood that the above sums of money are not to be at the decease or marriage of my wife but until all my children come of age and not until then shall the sales be made the Signing and

acknowledging of this day will the following words towit, when collected shall first be applied to this Will and Remainder were interlined between the Second and 3rd lines of this concluding page.

Signed Sealed and acknowledged in the presence of us.

Francis Willis

Abram Tyson John Henley, Senr.

Wm Prince

Recorded July 24 1806 Wilkes Co., Ga.


More About WILLIAM PRESTON JOHNSON:

Residence: 1850, Division 3, Tippah, Mississippi10


Children of SUSANNAH HENLEY and WILLIAM JOHNSON are:

9. i. DOVIE MARTHA7 JOHNSON, b. 1803, GA; d. 1903, Tennessee, USA.

10. ii. LEVI C JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1810, GA; d. MS.

iii. ELIZABETH JOHNSON11, b. 1811, Georgia, USA11; d. Ms.

11. iv. BARTLETT (BARTLEY) JOHNSON, b. 15 Apr 1813, GA; d. 15 Sep 1871, Fayette Co.Tennessee.

12. v. HENRY BLUEFORD JOHNSON, b. 1816, Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA; d. 25 Oct 1863, Alton, Illinois, USA. Family is unsure of proof of this individual as son of Wm. P. Johnson

13. vi. JOSEPH WINN JOHNSON, b. 08 Jun 1822, Tennessee, USA; d. Erath Co., TX.

14. vii. DARBEY HENLEY JOHNSON, b. 1824, Tennessee, USA; d. 1868.

Generation No. 4
5. WILLIAM PHILLIP7 HENLEY (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1) was born 21 Jul 1806 in Ga., and died 22 Jan 1888 in Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.. He married (1) REBECCA ALLEN RUSSELL 27 Dec 1827 in Maury Co., Tn.. She was born 08 May 1811 in Tn., and died 21 Aug 1860 in Humbolt, Ks.. He married (2) MARY ANN HEART 05 Mar 1862 in Church of Christ, Allen Co. Ks.. He married (3) ELEANORE JANE GIBBS 07 Dec 1864 in Allen Co. Ks.. She was born Abt. 1832 in Oh..
Notes for WILLIAM PHILLIP HENLEY:

On 1850 Dade Co. Mo. census shows Wm. born in S.C. also on the Kansas Territorial 1860 shows him born in S.C. and coming to Kansas from Mo. There was a Jessie Henley in Dade Co. Mo. 1850 also born in S.C. (1803) 3 years older than Wm. He went to Ky. then Mo. Also on the 1850 census Dade Co. Mo. was a Burton Henley, Blacksmith, born 1810 TN. Our Richard Henley named his son Richard Burton. Jessie was in Mo. about 2 years before Wm. and Burton. I am sure these people are all relation but don't know how. Part of the family was in eastern NC early and on the Mo. Census lots of them were those coming to Mo.

1860 Allen Co. Ks. has Wm. born Ga. all the rest have TN.

Book B page 74 has Wm. P. Henley of Co. of Marshall, TN. selling land on the 9th of Dec. 1837. He sold it for $350. located on the waters of Wilson Creek a North Branch of Duck River bounded as

follows. Beginning at an Elm and Oak Hills Corner on Samuel Wilson's line Running East one hundred and eighty eight poles and eleven links to a stake thence south twenty two poles to a stake on Hills line thence East fifteen poles to a cedar and oak thence north seventy six poles to an ash on Grays line thence west one hundred and ninty three poles to a Hickory thence south fifty six poles to the beginning containing sixty acres more or less.

About 1838 William was in Mo. near Greenfield. He owned 40 acres of land.

William shows on the census of 1857 with right to vote, near Humbolt, Ks. According to papers from the grandchildren of Eleanore Gibbs, in Humbolt she married a (Merchant) named Henley.

By 1870 they were in Woodson Co. Ks. William P. in 1869 bought 58 acres and 84 acres from the Gov. Francis (Grandpa) bought the 80 acres from his father 1890. and it was not sold until after Grandma died.

William went back to Mo. to his grandchildren after he divorced Eleanore. When he become ill Frank went after him and he died in Woodson Co. We have all three of his marriages amd record of his one

divorce certificate.


More About WILLIAM PHILLIP HENLEY:

Burial: Big Sandy Cem., S.of Toronto, Ks.


Notes for REBECCA ALLEN RUSSELL:

Rebecca was a daughter of Richard Russle (Russell) and ?.

RICHARD RUSSLE (RUSSELL)

Richard b. about 1780. Died 1821 Maury Co. TN. He was married to a woman before 1799, I think would be Allen as Rebecca's name is Rebecca Allen. Rebecca named Edmund -Russell. Richard's first wife died before 1815 as Richard married Cathy Moore 26 Nov. 1815 in Maury Co. TN.

I found a Miles M. Russell in Dade Co. Mo. 1850 when Wm and Rebecca were there. He was b.1809, 2 years older than Rebecca. He named one of his sons Miles Allen Russell (this is also why we think

Richard's 1st wife was an Allen) b.1852. Wife was Sarah 30 Probably 2nd wife, and Children 1850 were Julian 12, Samuel 9, John 7, Arena 5, Columbus 4, Francy 2, Sarah Jene 6/12 then 1860 was Miles 8, Martha 6, Rober 4, Flora 2, and Mary 5/12.

A deed in Maury Co. DB G, p462 has 27 Aug 1817 Morgan Fitzpatrick and Peter Young convey to Richard Russell.

Marshall and Maury Co. TN Deed books show Rebecca as legatees of Richard Russell deceased. 25 Nov 1836, this should mean both his wives are deceased. signing this transaction to sell the property was W. P. Boatright and wife Juliann, Horatio Wade and wife, Mary M., Wm. B. (P) Henly and wife Rebecca, Peter Aldridge and wife, Martha and James Russell. These would be brother and sisters. I also have a land record of James Russell stating his father Richard Russell was desc.

This land was bought 1814. Deed book F, page 73 - Nicholas Perkins, Jr., of Williamson Co. to Morgan Fitzpatrick, Peter Young and Richard Russell of Maury, Co. TN. for $l000, 1000 acres on Globe

Creek, west of 5000 acre grant by the State of N.C. to William T. Lewis, being the tract conveyed by Thomas Hardeman and Thomas Hardis Perkins to Nicholas Perkins. Hardeman had purchased the tract from Michael Troy and Troy from William T. Lewis

Wit: William Alexander, Will Bradshaw. Dated Nov. 21, 1814. N.

Perkins.


April 23,1821 Will book page 437: Philip Anthony, John Bills and Willis Bobo were appointed to lay out a year's provision for Catharine Russel. (2nd wife). Then Cathy died around 1836 Marshall Co. We know this by the children having to sell the land. Maury Co. changed to

Marshall Co. in that area in 1836.

I found in Oct. a census 1820 Maury Co. TN. of David Russle 2 boys under 10, he was 26/45, Girls 2 under 10, l-10/16 and 1-16/45.

Richard Russle next to him on the census. boys-l under l0, 3-10/16, l-16/18, 1-16/28 and 1 26/45, Girls 3 under 10, 3-10/16, and 1-26/45

Could be brothers.? It is the only Richard I have found in Maury Co. except land records. He and Rebecca fit the time slot on the census and Richard died the next year.

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Notes for MARY ANN HEART:

Ruth Snyder, descendent of William Henley, states Mary Ann and Wm. parted in June 1862. I don't doubt that but I couldn't find a Divorce. She could have gone to another Co. for that.

Children of WILLIAM HENLEY and REBECCA RUSSELL are:

i. EDMUND RUSSELL8 HENLEY, b. 18 Nov 1829, Tn; d. 13 Jun 1860, Humbolt, Ks.; m. PRISCILA MASTERS, Apr 1850, Mo..


Notes for EDMUND RUSSELL HENLEY:

Ed was a farmer.

In Allen Co. courthouse probate has papers of land transactions. His name is not on it but the first record Saline Co. Mo. had land of Jonathan Milsap of Capt. Jones Co. war 1812 (Deceased) Nov. 1852 sold to Smith Campbell Chariton Co. Mo. record sold it to George Wilson 28Nov 1860. Geo. sold it to William W. Saling. all in Carrol Co. Mo. This was in Ed's probate box.

He also had a doctor bill for medicine and treatment for $59. May and June 1860. One paper has Ed owing Wm. Chambers for schooling, two dollars and fifty cents. Mar. l, 1861.

On Ed's inventory was Humbolt twp. Other names on the papers were Anderson Wray, Wm. Chambers, M. Neal, Hugh Hamlin and Fannie. Lots of these names were also in TN.
Notes for PRISCILA MASTERS:

I found in Iola courthouse where Priscila married a John Tripp 28 Aug 1860 after Ed died. She divorced him a couple months after that. He was Adm. of Ed's estate. She later married a man named Donohue and had 2 more children.


ii. MARY E. HENLEY, b. 15 Oct 1831, Tn; d. 15 Feb 1870; m. (1) UNKNOWN COPELIN; m. (2) GEORGE KELLY, 07 Mar 1855, Lawrence Co. Mo., Cumberland Pres., Church.
More About UNKNOWN COPELIN:

Record Change: 06 Jul 1996


iii. JOHN C HENLEY, b. 20 Oct 1832, Tn; d. Aft. 1895, California.

iv. MARGARET A HENLEY, b. 25 Oct 1834, Nashville, Tn.; d. 27 Jul 1902, Champaign Co. Il; m. (1) JOHN WALKER, 22 Jul 1851, Greenfield, Lawrence Co., Mo.; m. (2) ROBERT OSBORN, 13 May 1858, Iola, Allen Co., Ks..


Notes for MARGARET A HENLEY:

According to Margaret's obituary from the Curtis line, when a mere child she moved to Dade Co. Mo. near Greenfield. The next year after she and Osborn were married, they went to Champaign Co., IL. 6

miles southeast of Mansfield where they resided until they moved into town about 11 years ago. For nearly 3 years, she has been a widow.

She also had 3 daughters - Mrs. C.J. Gillespie, Mrs. C.M. Dauberman, and Mrs. U.G. Norman. 15 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

Margaret later joined the Methodist church and for half century she has been an earnest worker for the Lord she loved so well and to whom she dedicated her children in infancy.
More About MARGARET A HENLEY:

Burial: Mansfield, Il.


v. SARAH W. HENLEY, b. 09 Jan 1837, obituary says, Dade Co., Mo.; d. 03 Mar 1865, Lucas Co. Iowa; m. ALFRED CURTIS, 13 Nov 1856, Mt. Vernon, Lawrence Co., Mo.; b. 17 Aug 1824, Clinton Co. Oh.; d. 24 Sep 1884, Lucas Co. Iowa, Hit by train.
More About SARAH W. HENLEY:

Burial: Old Douglas Cem.


vi. MARTHA E. HENLEY, b. 23 Feb 1839, Dade Co. Mo.; d. Abt. 1920, Myton, Ut.Duchesne Co.; m. ROBERT J. STEWART, 04 Sep 1860, Humbolt, Ks.Allen Co..

vii. ELIZA REBECCA HENLEY, b. 10 Mar 1841, Dade Co. Mo.; d. 10 Sep 1921, Hooker, Ok., Tx. Co.; m. JAMES HAMLIN, 29 Jul 1860, Humbolt, Ks.Allen Co., Christian Church; b. 06 Jun 1836, Cumberland Gap, Whitley, Ky.; d. 07 Mar 1917, Hooker, Ok., Tx. Co..


Notes for ELIZA REBECCA HENLEY:

Eliza Henley Hamlin wrote this in a book now in the hands of Nedra Maxine Dudley, her granddaughter Left Barber Co. Ks August 28, 1905 got to mead Co. Kansas Sep the 3 1905 Moved in our new house November 2 day eat our first meal


More About ELIZA REBECCA HENLEY:

Baptism (LDS): Christian Ch., then 7th Day Adv


Notes for JAMES HAMLIN:

There was a Hugh and Fannie Hamlin west of Humbolt 1860. They owned several acres of land. They were at Ed Henley's sale of estate 1860.

Eliza Rebecca's Granddaughter Nedra Maxine Dudley has Hugh Hamlin b abt 1813 Ky m. Francis (Fannie)Colavan abt 1812 Ky. Hugh's father is John and Mother is Dudah Cummins. Francis (Fannie) Colavan's father is James and mother Nancy Stow.
viii. L.D. HENLEY, b. 15 Feb 1843, Dade Co. Mo.; d. 13 Dec 1843, Dade Co. Mo..

ix. SUSAN MATILDA (TILDA) HENLEY, b. 08 Mar 1845, Dade Co. Mo.; d. 1887, Glen Rose, Tx. Clark Co.; m. JOHN FAULKNER, 01 Jan 1861, Humbolt, Ks.Allen Co..

x. MILES M. HENLEY, b. 31 May 1847, Dade Co. Mo.; d. 25 Apr 1864, Springfield Mo., Hospital.
Notes for MILES M. HENLEY:

Miles died during the Civil War with Measles.


More About MILES M. HENLEY:

Burial: Springfield Natl, Cem. Sec. 20, Grave 1099


xi. RICHARD MCCLINGAN HENLEY, b. 17 Aug 1849, Greenfield, Dade Co.Mo.; d. 29 Mar 1913, White Bird, Idaho Co. Id.; m. (1) MARGARET DUDLE, 07 Sep 1867, Humbolt, Ks.Allen Co.; d. Abt. 1870, Woodson Co. Ks.; m. (2) MARTHA JANE STRICKLER, 14 Jan 1875, Deer Creek, Allen Co., Ks.; b. 25 Oct 1852, Rockville, Park Co. In.; d. 27 May 1934, Grangeville, Idaho Co. Id..
Notes for RICHARD MCCLINGAN HENLEY:

According to Dora Hobbs, from and Idaho Co. History, Richard and family left Kansas in 1880 and crossed the plains in wagons to Buena Vista, Ca. Guess they didn't like it as 3 years later they came back to Kansas.

From the obituary - another pioneer departed

Richard attended Manhattan University, graduating with honors at age of 16. He followed the buying and selling of stock for 6 years. He had a mercantile business in Neodesha and Parsons, Kansas.

Suffering financial losses during the panic of 1873 he entered the United States Marshall's office. He served both in Kansas and Colorado. Mr. Henley served as deputy sheriff of Idaho Co.

He came to Idaho county in June 1885. Built the first telephone line extending from Mt. Idaho to Lewiston.. During the Buffalo Hump excitement. He was engaged in the mercantile business and also served as the first post master of that camp.

Mr. Henley was buried in the I.O.O.F. cemetery which he had been a member of for about 35 years.
More About MARTHA JANE STRICKLER:

Burial: 29 May 1934, Grangeville, Idaho Co. Id., Prairie View Cem


xii. FRANCIS MITCHEL HENLEY, b. 10 Jan 1854, Dade Co. Mo.; d. 12 Jan 1924, Toronto, Ks. Woodson Co.; m. SARAH ELIZABETH HARP, 24 Dec 1876, Woodson Co. Ks.; b. 12 Aug 1858, Bates Co., Mo.; d. 19 Jul 1938, Wilson Co., Ks. N., of Coyville, Ks..
Notes for FRANCIS MITCHEL HENLEY:

The Henley family came from Dade Co Mo in 1857 to Humbolt, Ks. then moved to Woodson Co. to do farming. Francis stayed there and we still have cousins in the area.

A story handed down has Francis courting Sarah and another man wanted her hand. He called for a duel with Grandpa, but he didn't show up, giving Grandpa and open field.

In the Toronto Republican newspaper was the following: 25 Years Ago items taken from the Yates Center News. Oct. 3 1913.

Frank Henly was in town Saturday carrying around a harness tug and looking for the editor. He merely wished to pay his subscription, however. Frank had just sold over $l000 worth of cattle and hogs and said if he could sell two or three teams of horses and mules he'd be dad-binged if he didn't spend the winter in Arkansas.

Frank belonged to the Grange close to where he lived and also to the Knights of Pythais in Yates Center.

There are pictures in the back showing different times the Henley family hayed for other people with large operations.
More About FRANCIS MITCHEL HENLEY:

Burial: Big Sandy Cem., S. of Toronto, Ks.


Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH HARP:

Sarah is a Daughter of Absolum and Nancy Jane (Clemens) Harp

The Harp family came to Kansas in 1864 from Barry Co. Mo.,

Grandma Henley was well liked and know all over the Big Sandy area as Aunt Sis.

Zoe told stories that Grandma Sarah and their family went to White river area (probably southern Mo.) to buy cows. They drove them to Kansas on foot.

Grandpa Henley and Aunt Lela died the same day so Uncle Curt moved in with Grandma.

Floyd said Grandma told about sending the dogs up what was then called Harp Hallow, just above their home. They came back bringing deer. The Harp's would shoot them and that was their meat. They lived just south of Big Sandy school right near the Woodson and Wilson Co. line.

Grandma was a very sweet little lady. She was liked by all. You can tell this by the number that came to her birthday party. Article in back of this book. She was a good cook. I can remember her always cooking or out with the chickens and garden. She would kill a chicken and we had it that day for dinner. Of course there was no iceboxes in those days.

Ella Mae remembers the hollyhocks, garden and chickens. Also a red stone rock made into a game near the kitchen steps, little yellow sticky roses, and gooseberries.

Grandma made jelly out of anything wild. I can remember her simmering Apple peelings from a pie and making Jelly.

Floyd told about my Dad (Wm Wilson)and his Dad (Uncle Curt) picking a basket of wild grapes. They were thick on the creek. They were going to make wine, but Grandma had them in jelly by the time

they came back. Uncle Curt and Daddy got more and made their drink.

Ella Mae also tells about Grandma's pantry and wanting a piece of her good chocolate cake with white icing, but knew she would get into trouble. Cecil told her to cut a thin piece clear across the pan and Grandma wouldn't know. It worked.

Ella Mae also remembers the long lane to the house and the path to river. She wondered how her mother ever got down there to ice skate. Of course, Zoe was raised in this house and Marie was born in this house.

Uncle Curt told me they moved the house to near Coyville, Ks. and when they tore it down it was all made of walnut. It was a small 3 room house with a curtain between beds in the bed room. Now all our

grandchildren have to have a bedroom of their own.


More About SARAH ELIZABETH HARP:

Burial: Big Sandy Cem., S.of Toronto, Ks.

6. MICAJAH P.7 HENLEY (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1) was born Abt. 1815 in Tn.. He married ELIZA M WILLIAMSON 19 Dec 1838 in Marshall Co. Tn..
Notes for MICAJAH P. HENLEY:

Grandma Sarah Henley wrote to Iowa, We have the letter, saying "Frank had an Uncle Cagey Henley". We know this is him with Mother Mary living with him as we also have land records of 1855 Marshall Co. TN. they sold 80 acres book O pg 320 with him living in Green Co. Mo.

1830 Census has Micajah Henley in Bedford Co.,This is not our immediate Micajah as ours was only 17 at the time. 1840 census has him married and in Marshall Co. He moved to Green Co., Mo. in 1850 according to the census. He was still in Green Co. in 1860 Census.

In 1843 & 1846 has Micajah a member of the Chapel Hill Pleasant Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church TN.

At the Old Fair Grove Cem. there was a stone beside James M. Henley with no information also one beside Mary A Henley with no information.

Children of MICAJAH HENLEY and ELIZA WILLIAMSON are:

i. LEONIDAS W.8 HENLEY, b. Abt. 1839, Marshall Co., Tn.
Notes for LEONIDAS W. HENLEY:

Leonidas Married Nancy Ramey 7 Dec 1859. On 9June 1881 He Married S.E. Briton. His Grandmother Mary Wilson lived with him in l860.


ii. JAMES M. HENLEY, b. 23 Dec 1841, Marshall Co., Tn; d. 09 Aug 1882.
Notes for JAMES M. HENLEY:

James stone had dates plus son of M.P. and Eliza M. on it. Note that the stone was broken


More About JAMES M. HENLEY:

Burial: Jackson Twp., Greene Co., Mo.


iii. WILLIAM NEWTON HENLEY, b. 12 Jun 1842, Marshall Co., Tn; d. 18 Mar 186.
Notes for WILLIAM NEWTON HENLEY:

He was buried by Mary (his Grandmother) On the stone b.12 Jun _18 d. Mar 186_ s/o M.P. & E.M. Fs WNH


iv. MARY FLORILLA HENLEY, b. Abt. 1847, Marshall Co., Tn.

v. SARAH FLETA HENLEY, b. Abt. 1850, Marshall Co., Tn.

vi. LUCIAN HENLEY, b. Abt. 1853, Greene Co., Mo. Jackson Twp..

7. MARY7 HENLEY (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1) was born 25 Jul 1816 in Maury Co. Tn., and died 17 Feb 1887 in Weakley Co., Tn.. She married JAMES MEEK 08 Dec 1836 in Maury Co., Tn.. He was born 21 Mar 1816 in Bedford Co. Tn., and died 23 Feb 1877 in Weakley Co., Tn..


Notes for MARY HENLEY:

Land sold 13 Oct. 1837 Marshall Co. TN. was Mary Meek to James Meek. Wit. M.P. Hemby (Henley) and John C. Hemby (Henley). 38a $108 on the S. side of Duck River. (Duck River runs through Bedford Co. on through parts of Maury and Marshall Co.) Beg. at an elm on the SE corner of the 1000 a grant, N. 114 poles,W. 54 poles, S. 114 poles to the original line, E. 54 poles to the beg. (Marshall Co., TN. Book B p45.)

A G.G.G.Granddaughter of Mary told of Mary having sisters Sally and Betsey and brothers John, William, David and McCagey. This was Charlene Kelems of Mi. Her ancestor was Pleasant A. All of Mary and James Meek's children were born in Marshall and Weakley Co.s TN.

Mary and James had 11 children. William b.1837, died 1864 in the Civil War, Mary L. b.1838, married J.E. Leffler 1877, Rufus 1839, died 1855, Sarah I. b.1840, John Wilson b.1841, died 1866 in the Civil War. Franklin (James) b.1843, died 1856, Susan O. b.1848, died 22 Feb 1885, married Wm. Haggard 1871. Felix McCager b.1850, died 15 Mar 1928, married Temperance C. Atkinson, Pleasant A. b. 30 May 1852, Parlee b.1855, married James Mahon, 18 Dec 1879, died 20 Nov 1943 and Madison

b. 14 Sept. 1858. married A.C. Jackson 1878, died 11 Sep 1889.

Child of MARY HENLEY and JAMES MEEK is:

i. PLEASANT8 MEEK, b. 30 May 1852, Weakley Tn.; d. 07 Mar 1937.
Notes for PLEASANT MEEK:

Pleasant married Clementine Mahon 1877. This was Charlene's great grand father

Clementine Mahonn' Parents were Jacob and Sarah E. Henley. Sarah E.'s parents were John C. Henley b. 1801 Ga. and Lydia A.C. b. 1802 Ga.

8. ROBERT WILLIAMSON7 HENLEY (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1) was born 17 Apr 1814 in SC, and died 09 May 1890 in PA. He married SARAH ANN LOPES. She was born 08 May 1815 in NJ, and died 28 Mar 1884.


Notes for ROBERT WILLIAMSON HENLEY:

After John Edmund

William Henley b: 1772 Hillsborough, Orange County, NC d: 1832 Maury, Tn. married Molly Mary Williamson b. 1778 d. 1860

Robert Williamson Henley b. Apr. 17, 1814 in South Carolina, d. May 9, 1890 in PA. married Sarah Ann Lopez b. May 8, 1815 in NJ, d. March 28, 1884

Green Henley b. 1844 in PA. d. 1929 Bradford, PA married Caroline Pritchard b. May 13, 1847 in NY, d. Feb. 1893

George Franklin Henley b. January 10, 1873 d. 1954-55, married Retta Alice Snell b. 1883 d. ?

Delaus Arthur Henley b. August 19, 1903 Ernest, PA, d. September 27, 1957 Freedom, PA, married Alta Grace Cramer, b. February 14, 1905 in Reynoldsville, PA, d. March 27, 1939 in Freedom, PA ** my grandfather

Allen Deloin Henley b. May 11, 1932 in Sykesville, PA , still living, married Shirley Mae McClure (on June 28, 1952) b. Jan. 11, 1936 in Freedom, PA , still living. ** my father

if you have any questions or are looking for any moe info check out the Henley family tree on Ancestry.com.

Please keep in touch, I'd like to figure out just how we are related.


Sherry Mihelic in PA

Child of ROBERT HENLEY and SARAH LOPES is:

i. GREEN8 HENLEY, b. 1844, PA; d. 1929, Bradford, PA; m. CAROLINE PRITCHARD; b. 13 May 1847, NY; d. Feb 1893.

9. DOVIE MARTHA7 JOHNSON (SUSANNAH6 HENLEY, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1) was born 1803 in GA, and died 1903 in Tennessee, USA11,11. She married SAMUEL SUTTON Jun 182311. He was born 1790 in Pennsylvania, USA11, and died in Tennessee, USA11.

Children of DOVIE JOHNSON and SAMUEL SUTTON are:

i. BARTLEY JOHNSON8 SUTTON11, b. 1855, Shelbyville, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11; d. 1882, Moscow, Fayette, Tennessee, USA11; m. MARTHA EVA HAMPTON, 04 Sep 1865, Moscow, Fayette, Tennessee, USA11; b. 08 Apr 1847, Moscow, Fayette, Tennessee, USA11; d. Abt. 1882, Fayette Co. TN.


More About MARTHA EVA HAMPTON:

Record Change: 06 Jun 2006


ii. JOHN W SUTTON11.

iii. SAMUEL J SUTTON11.

iv. ARMANDA E SUTTON11.

v. NARCISSUS EMALY SUTTON11, b. 1837, Shelby Ville, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11.

vi. RUFUS F SUTTON11.

vii. DOVEY SUTTON11.

viii. MARTHA S SUTTON11.

ix. WILLIAM SUTTON11.

x. CALIDONA SUTTON11.

xi. FRANCIS A SUTTON11.

xii. JOHNSON SUTTON11, d. 1882, Moscow, Fayette, Tennessee, USA11.

10. LEVI C7 JOHNSON (SUSANNAH6 HENLEY, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1)11 was born Abt. 1810 in GA, and died in MS. He married ELIZABETH NASH11. She was born Abt. 1812 in Bedford, Tennessee, USA11.

Children of LEVI JOHNSON and ELIZABETH NASH are:

i. GRANVILLE C8 JOHNSON11, b. 1838, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11.

ii. WILLIAM T JOHNSON11, b. 1840, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11.

iii. ALBERT S JOHNSON11, b. 1842, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11.

iv. THOMAS LEVI JOHNSON11, b. 02 Mar 1844, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11; d. 18 Aug 187111.

v. JAMES JOHNSON11, b. 1851, Bedford, Tennessee, USA11.

11. BARTLETT (BARTLEY)7 JOHNSON (SUSANNAH6 HENLEY, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1)12,13 was born 15 Apr 1813 in GA, and died 15 Sep 1871 in Fayette Co.Tennessee14,15. He married ELIZA B. (BOSTICK) HAMPTON 1846 in 25 November, daughter of HENRY HAMPTON and MARY HAMPTON. She was born 15 Aug 1830 in NC, and died 17 Sep 1888 in Fayette Co. TN.
Notes for BARTLETT (BARTLEY) JOHNSON:
Bartlett (Bartley) Johnson b: ABT. 1813 Married Eliza B. Hampton fullerbb@verizon.net Debra Lynn Johnson Descendent

Married—On the 25th of November, by O. GRIFFIN, Esq., Mr. B. JOHNSON to Miss Eliza B. HAMPTON, of Fayette county, Tenn. Tri-Weekly Memphis Enquirer, Thursday, 12/3/1846.

Children of BARTLETT JOHNSON and ELIZA B. (Bostick) HAMPTON of the Wade Hampton family [Aunt of
Martha Eva Hampton who married Bartley Johnson Sutton (son of sister Dovie)
i. MARY ALICE JOHNSON, b. 1854. Married "Walker", 2 sons Bob & Lonnie (Dad's notes)
ii. ARMSTEAD JOHNSON, b. 1849. (married Annie Turner-Dad's notes)-not in census'-died?
iii. JOHN B JOHNSON, b. 1848. Never married (Dad's notes)
iv. WILLIAM HENRY JOHNSON, b. 13 Dec 1847, Marshall Co MS; d. 27 Nov 1898, Hot Springs AR.
married Luella Florence Hughes from Collierville TN
daughter of Dr. John Hughes by 2nd marriage-9 children
(Dad's notes)
v. SUSAN JOHNSON, b. 1852. (married "Abernathy"-Dad's notes-no children)
vi. SIDNEY S. JOHNSON-Married Cousin Maggie (Margaret Thomas Tiller) Mother was
Sallie Fitzhugh Thornton + cousin Albert Horner Thornton
[Thornton line of Wm Thornton Gloucester Immigrant VA]
Maggie's Father was Thomas Tiller-second marriage
2. vii. DR. ALBERT JOSEPH JOHNSON, b. 1859, Fayette County TN.
married Marianna Mildred Thornton-Daughter of
Sallie Fitzhugh Thornton + cousin Albert Horner Thornton
[Thornton line of Wm Thornton Gloucester Immigrant VA]

1860 census

Bartlett JohnsonDistrict 12, Fayette, TN 45 1814

Eliza JohnsonDistrict 12, Fayette, TN30 1829

1. Wm H Johnson + HughesDistrict 12, Fayette, TN13 1846

2. J D Johnson John B never marriedDistrict 12, Fayette, TN11 1848

3. A C Johnson Armstead District 12, Fayette, TN10 1849

4. S C Johnson Susan District 12, Fayette, TN7 1852

5. M A Johnson Mary Alice(Walker) District 12, Fayette, TN5 1854

6. M J Johnson Mattie? Married BriggsDistrict 12, Fayette, TN3 1856

7. J A Johnson Dr. Albert Joseph Albert Joseph married Marianna Mildred Thornton 1st. & 2nd, Lucy Ella Williams

8. Sidney S.

FOUND! : Sidney S. Johnson m. Maggie Tiller District 12, Fayette, TN10.12 Daughter of Sallie Fitzhugh Thornton through second marriage to Thomas Tiller. Maggie is Marianna Mildred Thornton’s ½ baby sister.

Hobson, Rupert C., Earl L., Laverne B., Sidney S. [found 1910, 20, 30 census

1860 census

Bartlett JohnsonDistrict 12, Fayette, TN 45 1814

Eliza JohnsonDistrict 12, Fayette, TN30 1829

1. Wm Henry Johnson + HughesDistrict 12, Fayette, TN13 1846

2. J D Johnson John B never marriedDistrict 12, Fayette, TN11 1848

3. A C Johnson Armstead District 12, Fayette, TN10 1849

4. S C Johnson Susan District 12, Fayette, TN7 1852

5. M A Johnson Mary Alice(Walker) District 12, Fayette, TN5 1854

6. M J Johnson Mattie? Matilda Jane Married BriggsDistrict 12, Fayette, TN3 1856

7. J A Johnson Dr. Albert Joseph Albert Joseph married Marianna Mildred Thornton 1st. & 2nd, Lucy Ella Williams

8. Sidney S.

Children of William preston Johnson & Susannah Henley

Dovie Martha Johnson b: 1803 in Georgia Samuel Sutton Dalina Stevens dtsbws@yahoo.com

Bartley Johnson Sutton m. Martha Eva Hampton

Doney Johnson b: 1805 in Georgia

Jane Johnson b: 1807 in Georgia

Mary Johnson b: 1809 in Georgia Allen Newsom b: 1811 in Tennessee doris_sanders@yahoo.com Doris Sanders &

1. Martha S. Newsom b: 1 FEB 1833 in Tennessee

2. Nancy J. Newsom b: 1835 in Tennessee

3. Elissa Elizara Newsom b: 1836 in Tennessee

4. Joseph G. Newsom b: 1837 in Tennessee

5. Wesley D. Newsome b: MAR 1839 in Tennessee

6. Mary C. Newsom b: 1840 in Tennessee

7. William S. Newsom b: 1842 in Tennessee

8. Amanda M. Newsom b: 1843 in Tennessee

9. Eliza Harriet "Tine" Newsom b: 8 FEB 1845 in Tennessee

10. Julia Ann Newsom b: 1847 in Mississippi

11. John A. Newsom b: 1850 in Mississippi

12. James B. Newsom b: 1852 in Mississippi

Elizabeth Johnson b: 1811 in Georgia Elizabeth Maddox b: 1820 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

1. Jesse Jackson Johnson b: 12 Jun 1837 in Near Athens, Clarke, Georgia

2. Thomas Johnson b: 1840 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

3. Green Johnson b: Abt 1841 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

4. Mary A. Johnson b: 1842 in , , Georgia

5. Lewis Johnson b: 1843 in Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia

6. John Tyler Johnson b: 1845 in Near Athens, Clarke, Georgia

7. David Johnson b: Abt 1847 in Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia

8. Polly Johnson b: 1848 in Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi

9. Carmilla Francis Johnson b: 20 May 1849 in Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi

10. Jane Johnson b: 1849 in , , Georgia

11. Jane Elizabeth Johnson b: 15 Apr 1850 in Falkner, Tippah, Mississippi

12. James Lafayette Johnson b: 6 May 1855 in Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia

13. Lovey Ann Johnson b: 31 Jul 1856

Barkley Johnson b: ABT. 1813 Married Eliza B. Hampton

Bartlett Johnson

District 12, Fayette, TN 45 1814

Eliza Johnson

District 12, Fayette, TN 30 1829

Wm H Johnson + Hughes

District 12, Fayette, TN 13 1846

J D Johnson John B never married

District 12, Fayette, TN 11 1848

A C Johnson Armstead

District 12, Fayette, TN 10 1849

S C Johnson Susan

District 12, Fayette, TN 7 1852

M A Johnson Mary Alice(Walker) District 12, Fayette, TN 5 1854

M J Johns on Mattie? Married Briggs District 12, Fayette, TN 3 1856

J A Johnson Albert Joseph
Missing: Sidney S. m. Maggie Tiller Prob born last. District 12, Fayette, TN 10.12

Henry Blueford Johnson b: 1814 in Athens, Clark Co., Georgia Elizabeth Maddox b: 1820 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

14. Jesse Jackson Johnson b: 12 Jun 1837 in Near Athens, Clarke, Georgia

15. Thomas Johnson b: 1840 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

16. Green Johnson b: Abt 1841 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

17. Mary A. Johnson b: 1842 in , , Georgia

18. Lewis Johnson b: 1843 in Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia

19. John Tyler Johnson b: 1845 in Near Athens, Clarke, Georgia

20. David Johnson b: Abt 1847 in Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia

21. Polly Johnson b: 1848 in Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi

22. Carmilla Francis Johnson b: 20 May 1849 in Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi

23. Jane Johnson b: 1849 in , , Georgia

24. Jane Elizabeth Johnson b: 15 Apr 1850 in Falkner, Tippah, Mississippi

25. James Lafayette Johnson b: 6 May 1855 in Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia

26. Lovey Ann Johnson b: 31 Jul 1856

Bettie Johnson b: 7 Mar 1859 PROBABLY A REPEAT OF NAMES

Levi Johnson b: ABT. 1815 in Tennessee Married Mrs. Sol Street & moved to TX

Joseph Winn Johnson b: 8 JUN 1822 in Tennessee

Darvey H. Johnson b: ABT. 1824 in Tennessee (Went by Henley) BanC36@aol.com Barbara

William Johnson b: ABT. 1826 in Tennessee PROBABLY A REPEAT OF NAMES

Zilly Ann 1860 Census

Name: Zilly Ann Johnson

Age in 1860: 35

Birth Year: abt 1825

Birthplace: Tennessee

Home in 1860: Northern Division, Tippah, Mississippi

Gender: Female

Post Office: Jonesborough

Value of real estate: View image Household Members: Name Age

Joseph Johnson

38

Zilly Ann Johnson



35

Mary E Johnson

16

M A E Johnson



13

D A Johnson

9

Julia A Johnson



7

Ellen Johnson

3

Infant Johnson



2.12
1880 census all on same page"- I don't think all ages are exact

Eliza Johnson 53 Bartlett is deceased

John 27

Armstead 25



Susan 23

More About BARTLETT (BARTLEY) JOHNSON:

Residence: 1850, Northern Division, Marshall, Mississippi16,17,18

Children of BARTLETT JOHNSON and ELIZA HAMPTON are:

i. WILLIAM HENRY8 JOHNSON, b. 13 Dec 1847, Marshall Co MS; d. 27 Nov 1898, Hot Springs AR.

ii. JOHN B JOHNSON, b. 1848, Marshall Co MS.

iii. ARMSTEAD JOHNSON, b. 1849, Marshall Co. MS; d. Tn.

iv. SUSAN JOHNSON, b. 1852.

v. MARY ALICE JOHNSON, b. 1854, Marshall Co MS; m. WALKER.

vi. DR. ALBERT JOSEPH JOHNSON, b. 1859, Fayette County TN; d. 1941, Fayette Co. TN; m. MARIANNA MILDRED THORNTON; b. 08 Feb 1867, Fayette Co. Tn; d. TN.

vii. SIDNEY S. JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1862, Fayette Co. TN; m. MARGARET (MAGGIE) TILLER; b. 1880, Fayette Co. TN19.
More About SIDNEY S. JOHNSON:

Residence: 1930, District 12, Fayette, Tennessee19


More About MARGARET (MAGGIE) TILLER:

Residence: 1930, District 12, Fayette, Tennessee19

12. HENRY BLUEFORD7 JOHNSON (SUSANNAH6 HENLEY, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1)20 was born 1816 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20, and died 25 Oct 1863 in Alton, Illinois, USA20,20. He married ELIZABETH L MADDOX20 1836 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20. She was born 1816 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20.

Children of HENRY JOHNSON and ELIZABETH MADDOX are:

i. JAMES LAFAYETTE8 JOHNSON20, b. 06 May 1855, Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. 04 Aug 1917, Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

ii. JESSE JACKSON JOHNSON20, b. 12 Jun 1837, Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. 28 Jun 1898, Saulsbury, Hardeman, Tennessee, USA20.

iii. DAVID JOHNSON20, b. 1847, Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. 1899, Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

iv. ELIZABETH JANE JOHNSON20, b. 15 Apr 1849, Falkner, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20; d. 17 Aug 1915, Paris, Logan, Arkansas, USA20.

v. CARMILLA FRANCIS JOHNSON20, b. 20 May 1849, Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20; d. 07 Mar 1922, Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

vi. JANE JOHNSON20, b. 1849, Georgia, USA20; d. 185020.

vii. LEWIS JOHNSON20, b. 1838, Nr Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. 1909, Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

viii. LOVEY ANN JOHNSON20, b. 31 Jul 185620; d. 02 Nov 194820.

ix. POLLY JOHNSON20, b. 1848, Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20; d. Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

x. GREEN JOHNSON20, b. 1841, Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

xi. THOMAS JOHNSON20, b. 1840, Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

xii. JOHN TYLER JOHNSON20, b. 1845, Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20; d. Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, USA20.

xiii. BETTIE JOHNSON20, b. 07 Mar 185920; d. 08 Apr 193020.

xiv. MARY A JOHNSON20, b. 1842, Athens, Clarke, Georgia, USA20.

13. JOSEPH WINN7 JOHNSON (SUSANNAH6 HENLEY, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1)20 was born 08 Jun 1822 in Tennessee, USA20, and died in Erath Co., TX20,20. He married (1) ZILLY ANN SOWELL 1842. She was born Abt. 1820, and died 13 Nov 1862 in Tippah Co., MS.
Notes for JOSEPH WINN JOHNSON:

Joseph Winn Johnson b. 8 Jan 1822 TN d. 15 May 1916 Erath Co., TX bur Pecan Cem., Purvis, Erath Co., TX m.1 5 Aug 1841 Zilley Ann Sowell b. abt 1820 d. 13 Nov 1862 bur Mt. Hebron Cem., Tippah Co., MS

Their children:

Mary E. Johnson b. abt 1844

Margaret Johnson b. abt 1846

Susan J. Johnson b. abt 1847

D. A. Johnson female b. abt 1851

Julia A. Johnson b. abt 1853

Ellen Johnson b. abt 1856

another female b. abt 1860

George Washington Johnson b. 1862 d. 1929 bur. Pecan Cem., Purvis, Erath Co., TX m. Lauren F.

I have Joseph's d.c. and his family is on the 1850 and 1860 census Tippah Co., MS

1870 Tippah Co., J. W. Johnson age 49 is with Martha Johnson age 31, E. A. age 13 (female) and G. W. age 8 and J. W. Struck age 13 assumed to be the child of Martha.

by Doris Barfield Sanders


Dovie Martha Johnson b: 1803 in Georgia Samuel Sutton Matilda? Jane Johnson b: 1807 in Georgia *

Mary Johnson b: 1809 + Allen Newsom b: 1811 in Tennessee

Elizabeth Johnson b: 1811 in Georgia

Bartlett (Bartley) Johnson b: ABT. 1813 TGA Married Eliza B. Hampton NC 1830

Henry Blueford Johnson b: 1814 in Athens, Clark Co., Georgia Elizabeth Maddox b: 1820 in Athens, Clarke, Georgia

Levi Johnson b: ABT. 1815 in Tennessee Married Mrs. Sol Street & moved Tx Joseph Winn Johnson b: 8 JUN 1822 in Tennessee

Darbey Henley Johnson b: ABT. 1824 in Tennessee m. 1853 in TX Polly Susan Douthit widow of John Wilkinson Sherwood. Darby d. 1901 in TX

Zilly Ann Johnson 1825 TN married Joseph Johnson to Tippah MS

More About JOSEPH WINN JOHNSON:

Residence: 1910, Justice Precinct 6, Erath, Texas21

Child of JOSEPH JOHNSON and ZILLY SOWELL is:

i. GEORGE W8 JOHNSON21, b. 1863, Mississippi21; d. Tx; m. LAUREN FRANCES MCKENZIE22, 14 Jun 188822; b. 18 Feb 1868, Madison City, Texas, USA22; d. 1950, Purves, Erath, Texas, USA22,23.
More About GEORGE W JOHNSON:

Residence: 1910, Justice Precinct 6, Erath, Texas24


Children of JOSEPH WINN JOHNSON are:

ii. MARY E8 JOHNSON25, b. 184325.

iii. ELLEN JOHNSON25, b. 185725.

iv. SUSAN J JOHNSON25, b. 184725.

v. D A JOHNSON25, b. 185125.

vi. JULIA A JOHNSON25, b. 185325.

vii. MARGARET A JOHNSON25, b. 184525.

viii. INFANT JOHNSON25, b. 186025.

14. DARBEY HENLEY7 JOHNSON (SUSANNAH6 HENLEY, JOHN5, DARBY4, DARBY3, HENRY2, RICHARD1)25 was born 1824 in Tennessee, USA25, and died 186825. He married POLLY SUSAN DOUTHIT25 1850 in Texas, USA25. She was born 10 Dec 1831 in Red River Township, AR, Texas, USA25, and died 1901 in Erath, Texas, USA25.

Children of DARBEY JOHNSON and POLLY DOUTHIT are:

i. HOWELL8 JOHNSON25, b. 1855, Erath, Texas, USA25; d. 1900, Texas, USA25.

ii. AILSEY ANNA JOHNSON25, b. Jul 1861, Hillsboro, Hill, Texas, USA25.


  1. HENLEY ETTA JOHNSON25, b. Feb 1864, Hillsboro, Hill, Texas, USA25.

ABT. 1775 John WESTERMAN born in Dutchman's Creek, Rowan County, North Carolina. Married: 8 Nov 1795 in Madison County, Kentucky Lydia KNIGHT Birth: 1773 in Virginia He was the son of Charles WESTERMAN Death: 1820 in Booneville, Bedford County, Tennessee wife Eleanor CLIFFORD http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3222749&id=I13648



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