George Washington Kynerd

M, b. 25 April 1838, d. 9 October 1863
Father*Jacob Kynerd1 b. 21 Jul 1796, d. 10 Apr 1873
Mother*Rosannah Taylor b. 17 Jun 1798, d. 19 Jun 1872
George Washington Kynerd|b. 25 Apr 1838\nd. 9 Oct 1863|p85.htm#i4740|Jacob Kynerd|b. 21 Jul 1796\nd. 10 Apr 1873|p84.htm#i4729|Rosannah Taylor|b. 17 Jun 1798\nd. 19 Jun 1872|p84.htm#i4730|||||||Aaron Taylor|b. bt 1766 - 1774|p72.htm#i4196||||
Birth*25 April 1838 George Washington Kynerd was born on 25 April 1838 at Perry, Alabama.2,3 
 He was the son of Jacob Kynerd and Rosannah Taylor.1 
(Witness) Census4 September 1850 George Washington Kynerd appeared on the census of 4 September 1850 in the household of Jacob Kynerd and Rosannah Taylor at Marion, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Jacob Kinerd
Age:      53
Estimated birth year:      abt 1797
Birth Place:      South Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Marion, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      52
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Jacob Kinerd      53
Rosannah Kinerd      57
Telitha Kinerd      26
Daniel P Kinerd      21
Jacob H Kinerd      19
Permelia Kinerd      17
Andrew J Kinerd      15
George W Kinerd      12.4 
Death*9 October 1863 George Washington Kynerd died on 9 October 1863 at Perry, Alabama, at age 25.3 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S211] Dan Kinard, Footprints of Jacob Kynerd.
  2. [S97] Edith Wright (Mrs. Lawrence E. Hartley) Hartley, Family Bibles and other assorted Family Records, 42.
  3. [S211] Dan Kinard, Footprints of Jacob Kynerd, 499-502.
  4. [S449] 4 Sep 1850 US Census, Washington, D. C., Page: 368B; Image: 594.

German (Jerman) Fike

M, b. 1806, d. 1885
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
German (Jerman) Fike|b. 1806\nd. 1885|p85.htm#i4741|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*1806 German (Jerman) Fike was born in 1806 at North Carolina. 
 He was the son of William Fike and Mary Cook
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 German (Jerman) Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
(Witness) Probate22 September 1834 German (Jerman) Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 22 September 1834 at Perry, Alabama; Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p. 131. Sept. 1834.
Letters of administration on the estate of Wm Fike Sr. committed to Jerman and Terrell Fike with the will annexed. Appointed to appraise the personal estate: George Everett, James Fike, James Nall, and Mathis Dennis.3,2 
(Witness) Probate4 March 1836 German (Jerman) Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 4 March 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County Alabama Minutes of Probate Court Book B, p. 236. 4 March 1836. Application of Terrell and Jerman Fike, executors of estate of Wm Fike, for a final settlement. Publication in the Alabama Mercury.3 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 German (Jerman) Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.3 
Marriage*23 September 1836 German (Jerman) Fike married Catharine Smith, daughter of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow, on 23 September 1836 at Perry, Alabama.4,5 
Land*20 May 1837 German (Jerman) Fike obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      25897 20 May 1837 Perry, Alabama.6 
Land2 August 1837 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      27576 2 August 1837 Perry, Alabama.6 
Land15 August 1837 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      31612 15 August 1837 Perry, Alabama.6 
Census*1840 He appeared on the census of 1840 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      German Fike
County:      Perry
State:      Alabama
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39:      1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:      2
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19:      1
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23:      2
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23:      1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves):      7
Persons Employed in Agriculture:      3
Free White Persons - Under 20:      3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:      1
Total Free White Persons:      4
Total Slaves:      3
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:      7.7 
Religion*25 November 1842 He was The meeting that year lasted from Friday, November 25 through December 4, 1842. During these ten days, six different ministers preached the story of repentance. Fifty-five people were converted including Charles' son Jesse, granddaughter, Catherine Smith, and her husband, Jerman Fike, and Celia, Harriet, and Ann, three of the Crow family slaves.8 
(Witness) Probate17 May 1847 He witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 17 May 1847 at Perry, Alabama; From Minutes of Probate Court, Book E, pp. 178-9. 17 May 1847.
Came Jeremiah Fike, executor of Wm Fike, dec'd, whose accounts for a final settlement were filed at a former term of this court...Notice has been served on the heirs residing in this county...and publication. Distribution to: Mary Fike, widow of Wm Fike; Wm Fike, a son; Nathan Fike, a son; John Fike, a son; Nelson Fike, a son; Terrell Fike, a son; and Jeremiah Fike, a son.
And the executor is discharged.3 
Census1850 German (Jerman) Fike appeared on the census of 1850 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      German Fike
Township:      Oakgrove
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1850
White Males under 21:      2
White Males over 21:      1
White Males between 18 and 45:      1
White Females under 21:      2
White Females over 21:      1
Number of slaves:      4
TOTAL INHABITANTS:      10.9 
Land1 April 1850 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      37776 1 April 1850 Perry, Alabama.6 
Census3 December 1850 He and Catharine Smith appeared on the census of 3 December 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; 1850 United States Federal Census
Name:      German Fike
Age:      43
Estimated birth year:      abt 1807
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      41
Household Members:      
Name      Age
German Fike      43
Catherine Fike      31
Elizabeth Fike      12
Mary A Fike      10
Charles E H Fike      8
James H Fike      6
Sarah E Fike      6
Martha D Fike      4.10 
Census1855 German (Jerman) Fike appeared on the census of 1855 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Jerome Fike
Township:      Oakgrove
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1855
White Males under 21:      3
White Males over 21:      1
White Females under 21:      5
White Females over 21:      1
Total white:               10
Slaves:      12
TOTAL INHABITANTS:      10.9 
Land1 November 1858 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      46389
Document Nr.:      47202 1 November 1858 Perry, Alabama.6 
Census1866 He appeared on the census of 1866 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      German Fike
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1866
Males under 10:      1
Males 10 to 20:     1
Males 50 to 60:     1
Total Males:          3
Females 10 to 20:      1
Females 40 to 50:     1
Total Females:     2
Total of White Population:     5
Soldiers - Died of Sickness:     1.9 
Death*1885 He died in 1885 at Perry, Alabama. 

Family

Catharine Smith b. 10 Feb 1820, d. 27 Jun 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  3. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.
  4. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 34.
  5. [S362] Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969.
  6. [S526] Land Patent http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, unknown repository.
  7. [S469] 1840 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 10; Image: 600.
  8. [S686] J. Hugh LeBaron, Charles Crow Sketches 1770-1845.
  9. [S367] 1855 State Census, Perry County, Alabama, Rolls M2004.0008-M2004.0012, M2004.0036-M2004.0050, and M2008.0124.
  10. [S471] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 334B; Image: 527.

Catharine Smith

F, b. 10 February 1820, d. 27 June 1851
Father*Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Catharine Smith|b. 10 Feb 1820\nd. 27 Jun 1851|p85.htm#i4742|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Birth*10 February 1820 Catharine Smith was born on 10 February 1820 at South Carolina.1 
 She was the daughter of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow
Marriage*23 September 1836 Catharine Smith married German (Jerman) Fike, son of William Fike and Mary Cook, on 23 September 1836 at Perry, Alabama.1,2 
(Witness) Religion25 November 1842 Catharine Smith was The meeting that year lasted from Friday, November 25 through December 4, 1842. During these ten days, six different ministers preached the story of repentance. Fifty-five people were converted including Charles' son Jesse, granddaughter, Catherine Smith, and her husband, Jerman Fike, and Celia, Harriet, and Ann, three of the Crow family slaves. with German (Jerman) Fike on 25 November 1842 at Ocmulgee Church, Perry, Alabama.3 
Census3 December 1850 Catharine Smith and German (Jerman) Fike appeared on the census of 3 December 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; 1850 United States Federal Census
Name:      German Fike
Age:      43
Estimated birth year:      abt 1807
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      41
Household Members:      
Name      Age
German Fike      43
Catherine Fike      31
Elizabeth Fike      12
Mary A Fike      10
Charles E H Fike      8
James H Fike      6
Sarah E Fike      6
Martha D Fike      4.4 
Death*27 June 1851 Catharine Smith died on 27 June 1851 at Perry, Alabama, at age 31.1 
Burial*after 27 June 1851 She was buried after 27 June 1851 at Oakmulgee Cemetery, Perry, Alabama.5 

Family

German (Jerman) Fike b. 1806, d. 1885
Children

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 34.
  2. [S362] Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969.
  3. [S686] J. Hugh LeBaron, Charles Crow Sketches 1770-1845.
  4. [S471] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 334B; Image: 527.
  5. [S205] Perry County, Alabama Marriage Record A: 34.

Charles E. Fike

M, b. 1842, d. 1 August 1864
Father*German (Jerman) Fike b. 1806, d. 1885
Mother*Catharine Smith b. 10 Feb 1820, d. 27 Jun 1851
Charles E. Fike|b. 1842\nd. 1 Aug 1864|p85.htm#i4744|German (Jerman) Fike|b. 1806\nd. 1885|p85.htm#i4741|Catharine Smith|b. 10 Feb 1820\nd. 27 Jun 1851|p85.htm#i4742|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth B. Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|
Birth*1842 Charles E. Fike was born in 1842. 
 He was the son of German (Jerman) Fike and Catharine Smith
(Witness) Census3 December 1850 Charles E. Fike appeared on the census of 3 December 1850 in the household of German (Jerman) Fike and Catharine Smith at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; 1850 United States Federal Census
Name:      German Fike
Age:      43
Estimated birth year:      abt 1807
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      41
Household Members:      
Name      Age
German Fike      43
Catherine Fike      31
Elizabeth Fike      12
Mary A Fike      10
Charles E H Fike      8
James H Fike      6
Sarah E Fike      6
Martha D Fike      4.1 
Death*1 August 1864 Charles E. Fike died on 1 August 1864. 

Citations

  1. [S471] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 334B; Image: 527.

James H. Fike

M, b. 1844, d. 28 August 1871
Father*German (Jerman) Fike b. 1806, d. 1885
Mother*Catharine Smith b. 10 Feb 1820, d. 27 Jun 1851
James H. Fike|b. 1844\nd. 28 Aug 1871|p85.htm#i4745|German (Jerman) Fike|b. 1806\nd. 1885|p85.htm#i4741|Catharine Smith|b. 10 Feb 1820\nd. 27 Jun 1851|p85.htm#i4742|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth B. Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|
Birth*1844 James H. Fike was born in 1844. 
 He was the son of German (Jerman) Fike and Catharine Smith
(Witness) Census3 December 1850 James H. Fike appeared on the census of 3 December 1850 in the household of German (Jerman) Fike and Catharine Smith at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; 1850 United States Federal Census
Name:      German Fike
Age:      43
Estimated birth year:      abt 1807
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      41
Household Members:      
Name      Age
German Fike      43
Catherine Fike      31
Elizabeth Fike      12
Mary A Fike      10
Charles E H Fike      8
James H Fike      6
Sarah E Fike      6
Martha D Fike      4.1 
Death*28 August 1871 James H. Fike died on 28 August 1871. 

Citations

  1. [S471] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 334B; Image: 527.

Martha (Mattie) Sanders Fike

F, b. 14 March 1846, d. 13 August 1899
Father*German (Jerman) Fike b. 1806, d. 1885
Mother*Catharine Smith b. 10 Feb 1820, d. 27 Jun 1851
Martha (Mattie) Sanders Fike|b. 14 Mar 1846\nd. 13 Aug 1899|p85.htm#i4747|German (Jerman) Fike|b. 1806\nd. 1885|p85.htm#i4741|Catharine Smith|b. 10 Feb 1820\nd. 27 Jun 1851|p85.htm#i4742|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth B. Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|
Birth*14 March 1846 Martha (Mattie) Sanders Fike was born on 14 March 1846 at Perry, Alabama. 
 She was the daughter of German (Jerman) Fike and Catharine Smith
(Witness) Census3 December 1850 Martha (Mattie) Sanders Fike appeared on the census of 3 December 1850 in the household of German (Jerman) Fike and Catharine Smith at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; 1850 United States Federal Census
Name:      German Fike
Age:      43
Estimated birth year:      abt 1807
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      41
Household Members:      
Name      Age
German Fike      43
Catherine Fike      31
Elizabeth Fike      12
Mary A Fike      10
Charles E H Fike      8
James H Fike      6
Sarah E Fike      6
Martha D Fike      4.1 
Marriage*13 November 1866 Martha (Mattie) Sanders Fike married William Henry Jackson Holley on 13 November 1866 at Perry, Alabama. 
Death*13 August 1899 Martha (Mattie) Sanders Fike died on 13 August 1899 at Perry, Alabama, at age 53. 

Family

William Henry Jackson Holley b. 10 Jul 1844, d. 8 Dec 1929
Child

Citations

  1. [S471] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 334B; Image: 527.

Robert Alonza Pidd1,2

M, b. 5 April 1871, d. 1934
Father*George Nicholson Pidd2 b. 18 Apr 1837, d. 25 Jan 1904
Mother*Janet Jeanette Louise Haney b. 15 Mar 1843, d. 27 Aug 1892
Robert Alonza Pidd|b. 5 Apr 1871\nd. 1934|p85.htm#i4749|George Nicholson Pidd|b. 18 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Jan 1904|p83.htm#i4693|Janet Jeanette Louise Haney|b. 15 Mar 1843\nd. 27 Aug 1892|p83.htm#i4704|Thomas Pidd|b. 22 Nov 1811|p86.htm#i4804|Elizabeth B. Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|George "Jack" Haney|b. 1818\nd. 1865|p88.htm#i4873|Ellen H. B. Brand|b. 1 Oct 1821\nd. 26 Jan 1899|p88.htm#i4874|
Birth*5 April 1871 Robert Alonza Pidd was born on 5 April 1871 at Tarrah, Ontario, Canada.2 
 He was the son of George Nicholson Pidd and Janet Jeanette Louise Haney.2 
Census*19 March 1920 Robert Alonza Pidd appeared on the census of 19 March 1920 at Iron River, Iron, Michigan; Name:      Robert Pidd
Home in 1920:      Iron River, Iron, Michigan
Age:      48
Estimated birth year:      abt 1872
Birthplace:      Canada
Relation to Head of House:      Self (Head)
[Head]
Father's Birth Place:      Canada
Mother's Birth Place:      Scotland
Marital Status:      Married
Race:      White
Sex:      Male
Home owned:      Rent
Year of Immigration:      1872
Able to read:      Yes
Able to Write:      Yes
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Robert Pidd      48
George Pidd      14
Thomas Pidd      12
Florence Pidd      11
Earl Pidd      8

Occupation: Carpenter, House Builder.3 
Burial*1934 He was buried in 1934 at Iron River Cemetery, Iron River, Iron, Michigan.4 
Death*1934 He died in 1934 at Crystal Falls, Iron, Michigan.2 

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S87] Freddie Tucker Wright, The Ancestors of Edith Hughitt Wright, 74.
  2. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  3. [S724] 19 Mar 1920 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 183; Image: 360.
  4. [S414] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&

William Hopper

M, d. circa 1800
Marriage* William Hopper married an unknown person.  
Will*circa 1800 He left a will circa 1800 at Newberry, South Carolina; Pg. 350 Hopper (Harper)
Another William Hopper died about 1800 and left the following legatees: George, Elizabeth, Jane, and a daughter who married John Martin.1 
Death*circa 1800 He died circa 1800 at Newberry, South Carolina.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S523] George Leland, SR., A.B., A.M. Summer, Newberry County, South Carolina Annals.

George William Hopper

M, b. 16 August 1794, d. 2 November 1864
Father*William Hopper1 d. c 1800
George William Hopper|b. 16 Aug 1794\nd. 2 Nov 1864|p85.htm#i4754|William Hopper|d. c 1800|p85.htm#i4750||||||||||||||||
Birth*16 August 1794 George William Hopper was born on 16 August 1794 at Laurens, South Carolina.2,3 
 He was the son of William Hopper.1 
Occupation*between 1815 and 1864 George William Hopper was Planter between 1815 and 1864 at Perry, Alabama.3 
Marriage*circa 1819 He married Aquilla Williams, daughter of Providence Williams and Elizabeth Gary, circa 1819. 
Land*1 October 1823 George William Hopper obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      716 1 October 1823 Perry, Alabama.4 
Census*1830 He appeared on the census of 1830 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Geo Hopper
Home in 1830:      , Perry, Alabama
View Map
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39:      1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:      2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9:      2
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29:      1
Slaves - Males - Under 10:      1
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23:      1
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23:      1
Free White Persons - Under 20:      5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:      2
Total Free White Persons:      7
Total Slaves:      3
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored):      10.5 
Land1 December 1831 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      8240
Document Nr.:      8241 1 December 1831 Hale, Alabama.4 
Land1 June 1832 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      8719 1 June 1832 Perry, Alabama.4 
Land8 June 1833 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      4115 8 June 1833 Blount, Alabama.4 
Land16 September 1833 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      11106 16 September 1833 Perry, Alabama.4 
Census1840 He appeared on the census of 1840 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      George Harpool
County:      Perry
State:      Alabama
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39:      1
Slaves - Males - Under 10:      1
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23:      1
Slaves - Males - 24 thru 35:      3
Slaves - Males - 36 thru 54:      1
Slaves - Females - Under 10:      3
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23:      1
Slaves - Females - 24 thru 35:      1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves):      15
Persons Employed in Agriculture:      9
Free White Persons - Under 20:      2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:      2
Total Free White Persons:      4
Total Slaves:      11
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:      15.6 
Census9 November 1850 He and Aquilla Williams appeared on the census of 9 November 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      George Hopper
Age:      55
Estimated birth year:      abt 1795
Birth Place:      South Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      11
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Hopper      55
Elizabeth Hopper      53
Nancy Gary Hopper      52

NOTE: In 1850, George Hopper is not listed in the Slave Census. In the Alabama 1855 Census, he was listed with 10 free persons of color. His will of 1864, on the other hand, lists disposition of two slave couples and their children and another slave, Dick, with a piece of property.7 
Census1855 George William Hopper appeared on the census of 1855 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      George Hopper
Township:      Oakgrove
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1855
White Males under 21:      2
White Males over 21:      1
White Females under 21:      1
White Females over 21:      3
Total white:          7     
Free persons of color:      10
TOTAL INHABITANTS:      17.8 
Census29 July 1860 He and Aquilla Williams appeared on the census of 29 July 1860 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      George Hopper
Age in 1860:      64
Birth Year:      abt 1796
Birthplace:      South Carolina
Home in 1860:      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Gender:      Male
Value of real estate:      View image
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Hopper      64
Aquilla Hopper      63
C W Crowe      17
G H Crowe      11
Mary E Crowe      8
Nancy Gary      63.9 
Will*6 July 1864 George William Hopper left a will on 6 July 1864 at Perry, Alabama.2,10 
Death*2 November 1864 He died on 2 November 1864 at Perry, Alabama, at age 70.2 
Burial*after 2 November 1864 He was buried after 2 November 1864 at Oakmulgee Cemetery, Perry, Alabama.2 
Probate17 November 1864 His estate was probated on 17 November 1864 at Marion, Perry, Alabama.11 

Family

Aquilla Williams b. c 1796, d. a 9 Jul 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S523] George Leland, SR., A.B., A.M. Summer, Newberry County, South Carolina Annals.
  2. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 33.
  3. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family, p.529.
  4. [S526] Land Patent http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, unknown repository.
  5. [S509] 1830 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 76.
  6. [S510] 1840 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 10; Image: 554.
  7. [S511] 9 Nov 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 332B; Image: 523.
  8. [S367] 1855 State Census, Perry County, Alabama, Rolls M2004.0008-M2004.0012, M2004.0036-M2004.0050, and M2008.0124.
  9. [S512] 29 Jul 1860 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 703; Image: 201.
  10. [S791] Hopper, George Sr. 1864 Will, Perry County, Alabama Book B, Page 259.
  11. [S792] Hopper, George 1864 Probate File, Perry County, Alabama unknown file number.

Aquilla Williams

F, b. circa 1796, d. after 9 July 1870
Father*Providence Williams1,2 b. b 1755, d. bt 1817 - 1818
Mother*Elizabeth Gary2 b. c 1759, d. Sep 1799
Aquilla Williams|b. c 1796\nd. a 9 Jul 1870|p85.htm#i4755|Providence Williams|b. b 1755\nd. bt 1817 - 1818|p72.htm#i4202|Elizabeth Gary|b. c 1759\nd. Sep 1799|p72.htm#i4203|Providence Williams Senior|b. bt 1710 - 1714\nd. a 20 Feb 1772|p216.htm#i13396|Sarah (?)|b. c 1710|p216.htm#i13397|Thomas Gary Senior|b. c 1727\nd. a 16 Mar 1797|p72.htm#i4204|Uriah Newman|b. 1733\nd. Jan 1796|p72.htm#i4205|
Birth*circa 1796 Aquilla Williams was born circa 1796 at Newberry, South Carolina. 
 She was the daughter of Providence Williams and Elizabeth Gary.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1819 Aquilla Williams married George William Hopper, son of William Hopper, circa 1819. 
Census9 November 1850 Aquilla Williams and George William Hopper appeared on the census of 9 November 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      George Hopper
Age:      55
Estimated birth year:      abt 1795
Birth Place:      South Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      11
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Hopper      55
Elizabeth Hopper      53
Nancy Gary Hopper      52

NOTE: In 1850, George Hopper is not listed in the Slave Census. In the Alabama 1855 Census, he was listed with 10 free persons of color. His will of 1864, on the other hand, lists disposition of two slave couples and their children and another slave, Dick, with a piece of property.3 
Census29 July 1860 Aquilla Williams and George William Hopper appeared on the census of 29 July 1860 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      George Hopper
Age in 1860:      64
Birth Year:      abt 1796
Birthplace:      South Carolina
Home in 1860:      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Gender:      Male
Value of real estate:      View image
Household Members:      
Name      Age
George Hopper      64
Aquilla Hopper      63
C W Crowe      17
G H Crowe      11
Mary E Crowe      8
Nancy Gary      63.4 
(Witness) Census9 July 1870 Aquilla Williams appeared on the census of 9 July 1870 in the household of Charles Crow Smith and Mary Ellen Hopper at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Aguila Hopper
Birth Year:      abt 1797
Age in 1870:      73
Birthplace:      South Carolina
Home in 1870:      Township 18 Range 9, Perry, Alabama
Race:      White
Gender:      Female
Value of real estate:      View image
Post Office:      Marion
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Charles Smith      55
Mary E Smith      47
Charles W Smith      21
Henry G Smith      20
Betty E Smith      17
Solomon M Smith      15
Joseph W Smith      13
Mary E Smith      9
James L Smith      8
Emma J Smith      7
Walton Smith      6
Aguila Hopper      17
Aguila Hopper      73
Mollie Crow      18
George H Crow      21
Jenny Crow      6/12.5 
Death*after 9 July 1870 Aquilla Williams died after 9 July 1870 at Alabama. 

Family

George William Hopper b. 16 Aug 1794, d. 2 Nov 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S516] Providence Williams Will Book H, p 332.
  2. [S523] George Leland, SR., A.B., A.M. Summer, Newberry County, South Carolina Annals.
  3. [S511] 9 Nov 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 332B; Image: 523.
  4. [S512] 29 Jul 1860 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 703; Image: 201.
  5. [S530] 9 Jul 1870 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 252B; Image: 205.

William Fike

M, b. 1776, d. before 22 September 1834
Father*John Fike b. 10 Jan 1748, d. c 1826
Mother*Sarah Mahatable b. c 1750, d. a 1820
William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|John Fike|b. c 1720\nd. c 1785|p91.htm#i5011||||||||||
Birth*1776 William Fike was born in 1776 at Chatham, North Carolina. 
 He was the son of John Fike and Sarah Mahatable
Census*1800 William Fike appeared on the census of 1800 at Cumberland, Cumberland, North Carolina; 1800 United States Federal Census
Name:      William Fikes
Township:      Cumberland
County:      Cumberland
State:      North Carolina
Free White Males 16 to 25:      1
Free White Males 45 and Over :      2
Free White Females 16 to 25 :      1
Free White Females 26 to 44 :      1
Number of Slaves:      1
Number of Household Members Over 25 :      3
Number of Household Members:      5.1 
Marriage*1801 He married Mary Cook, daughter of Abraham Cook and Mary Foushee, in 1801 at North Carolina. 
Census1810 William Fike appeared on the census of 1810 at Chatham, North Carolina; 1810 United States Federal Census
Name:      Wm Feke
County:      Chatham
State:      North Carolina
Free White Males Under 10:      2
Free White Males 26 to 44:      1
Free White Females Under 10:      2
Free White Females 26 to 44:      1
Number of Household Members Under 16:      4
Number of Household Members Over 25:      2
Number of Household Members:      6.2 
Censusbetween 1815 and 1817 He appeared on the census of between 1815 and 1817 at Mississippi Territory, Monroe, Alabama; Name:      William Fitz
Census Date:      1815-1817
County:      Monroe
Line:      42
White males over 21 - 1
White males under 21 - 1
White females over 21 - 2
Total free whites - 4
Total inhabitants - 4
Roll:      v229_2.3 
Census1816 He appeared on the census of 1816 at Monroe, Alabama; Name:      William Fitz
State:      AL
County:      Monroe County
Township:      Alambama Territory
Year:      1816
Record Type:      Resident's List
Database:      AL 1811-1819 Tax Lists Index.4 
Census1830 He appeared on the census of 1830 at Perry, Alabama.5 
Will*27 June 1832 He left a will on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.6,7 
Death*before 22 September 1834 He died before 22 September 1834 at Perry, Alabama.7 
Probate*22 September 1834 His estate was probated on 22 September 1834 at Perry, Alabama; Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p. 131. Sept. 1834.
Letters of administration on the estate of Wm Fike Sr. committed to Jerman and Terrell Fike with the will annexed. Appointed to appraise the personal estate: George Everett, James Fike, James Nall, and Mathis Dennis.8,7 
Probate4 March 1836 His estate was probated on 4 March 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County Alabama Minutes of Probate Court Book B, p. 236. 4 March 1836. Application of Terrell and Jerman Fike, executors of estate of Wm Fike, for a final settlement. Publication in the Alabama Mercury.8 
ProbateMay 1836 His estate was probated in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.8 
Probate17 May 1847 His estate was probated on 17 May 1847 at Perry, Alabama; From Minutes of Probate Court, Book E, pp. 178-9. 17 May 1847.
Came Jeremiah Fike, executor of Wm Fike, dec'd, whose accounts for a final settlement were filed at a former term of this court...Notice has been served on the heirs residing in this county...and publication. Distribution to: Mary Fike, widow of Wm Fike; Wm Fike, a son; Nathan Fike, a son; John Fike, a son; Nelson Fike, a son; Terrell Fike, a son; and Jeremiah Fike, a son.
And the executor is discharged.8 

Family

Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
Children

Citations

  1. [S476] 1800 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 373; Image: 332.
  2. [S477] 1810 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 191; Image: 00353.
  3. [S531] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info.
  4. [S367] 1855 State Census, Perry County, Alabama, Rolls M2004.0008-M2004.0012, M2004.0036-M2004.0050, and M2008.0124.
  5. [S478] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  6. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  7. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  8. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.

Mary Cook

F, b. 1780, d. after 12 January 1856
Father*Abraham Cook b. bt 1756 - 1765, d. 1814
Mother*Mary Foushee b. 1755, d. 1834
Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|John Cook|b. c 1720\nd. c 1777|p128.htm#i8466|Christain Faire|d. b 1775|p185.htm#i11498|John Foushee Jr.|b. a 3 Apr 1728\nd. 21 Jun 1779|p127.htm#i8417|Apphia A. A. Thornton|b. c 1725\nd. Jun 1779|p127.htm#i8418|
Birth*1780 Mary Cook was born in 1780 at Chatham, North Carolina. 
 She was the daughter of Abraham Cook and Mary Foushee
Marriage*1801 Mary Cook married William Fike, son of John Fike and Sarah Mahatable, in 1801 at North Carolina. 
(Witness) Will14 May 1812 Mary Cook witnessed the will of Abraham Cook on 14 May 1812 at Chatham, North Carolina; Abraham Cook Will: Book A pg 251 proved Aug 1814 lists wife Mary; son John Cook, daughters Ann Pilkenton, Mary Finke, Susannah Curl; grandson Abraham West. Witnesses: William Curl, Joseph K. Blalock.1 
(Witness) Will26 January 1827 Mary Cook witnessed the will of Mary Foushee on 26 January 1827 at Chatham, North Carolina.2 
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 Mary Cook witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.3,4 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 Mary Cook witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.5 
Land*20 May 1837 Mary Cook obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      26269 20 May 1837 Perry, Alabama.6 
Land2 August 1837 She obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Document Nr.:      27575 2 August 1837 Perry, Alabama.6 
Census*1840 She appeared on the census of 1840 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Mary Fike
County:      Perry
State:      Alabama
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59:      1
Slaves - Males - Under 10:      3
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23:      1
Slaves - Females - Under 10:      4
Slaves - Females - 24 thru 35:      3
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves):      15
Persons Employed in Agriculture:      6
Free White Persons - Under 20:      2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:      1
Total Free White Persons:      4
Total Slaves:      11
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:      15.7 
(Witness) Probate17 May 1847 She witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 17 May 1847 at Perry, Alabama; From Minutes of Probate Court, Book E, pp. 178-9. 17 May 1847.
Came Jeremiah Fike, executor of Wm Fike, dec'd, whose accounts for a final settlement were filed at a former term of this court...Notice has been served on the heirs residing in this county...and publication. Distribution to: Mary Fike, widow of Wm Fike; Wm Fike, a son; Nathan Fike, a son; John Fike, a son; Nelson Fike, a son; Terrell Fike, a son; and Jeremiah Fike, a son.
And the executor is discharged.5 
Census2 December 1850 Mary Cook appeared on the census of 2 December 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Mary Fike
Age:      70
Estimated birth year:      abt 1780
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Female
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      42
Household Members:      
Name      Age
David Fike      24
Sarah L Fike      23
Georgiana Fike      4
Mary Fike      70.8 
Death*after 12 January 1856 She died after 12 January 1856 at Perry, Alabama. 

Family

William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Children

Citations

  1. [S143] Unknown compiler, Chatham County, North Carolina Wills, http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/chatham/wills/cook07.txt
  2. [S143] Unknown compiler, Chatham County, North Carolina Wills, http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/chatham/wills/cook02.txt
  3. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  4. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  5. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.
  6. [S526] Land Patent http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, unknown repository.
  7. [S536] 1840 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 10; Image: 600.
  8. [S538] 2 Dec 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 335A; Image: 528.

Nancy Fike

F, b. 1 August 1802, d. 2 February 1890
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
Nancy Fike|b. 1 Aug 1802\nd. 2 Feb 1890|p85.htm#i4758|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*1 August 1802 Nancy Fike was born on 1 August 1802 at Chatham, North Carolina. 
 She was the daughter of William Fike and Mary Cook
Marriage*1824 Nancy Fike married James Madison McCartney in 1824 at Perry, Alabama. 
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 Nancy Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 Nancy Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.3 
Death*2 February 1890 Nancy Fike died on 2 February 1890 at Erath, Texas, at age 87. 

Family

James Madison McCartney b. 6 Jun 1802, d. 14 Sep 1869

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  3. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.

Terrel Fike

M, b. 18 December 1804, d. 19 October 1870
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
Terrel Fike|b. 18 Dec 1804\nd. 19 Oct 1870|p85.htm#i4759|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*18 December 1804 Terrel Fike was born on 18 December 1804 at Chatham, North Carolina. 
 He was the son of William Fike and Mary Cook
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 Terrel Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
Marriage*4 February 1834 Terrel Fike married Elizabeth Gordon on 4 February 1834 at Perry, Alabama.3 
(Witness) Probate22 September 1834 Terrel Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 22 September 1834 at Perry, Alabama; Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p. 131. Sept. 1834.
Letters of administration on the estate of Wm Fike Sr. committed to Jerman and Terrell Fike with the will annexed. Appointed to appraise the personal estate: George Everett, James Fike, James Nall, and Mathis Dennis.4,2 
(Witness) Probate4 March 1836 Terrel Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 4 March 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County Alabama Minutes of Probate Court Book B, p. 236. 4 March 1836. Application of Terrell and Jerman Fike, executors of estate of Wm Fike, for a final settlement. Publication in the Alabama Mercury.4 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 Terrel Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.4 
(Witness) Probate17 May 1847 Terrel Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 17 May 1847 at Perry, Alabama; From Minutes of Probate Court, Book E, pp. 178-9. 17 May 1847.
Came Jeremiah Fike, executor of Wm Fike, dec'd, whose accounts for a final settlement were filed at a former term of this court...Notice has been served on the heirs residing in this county...and publication. Distribution to: Mary Fike, widow of Wm Fike; Wm Fike, a son; Nathan Fike, a son; John Fike, a son; Nelson Fike, a son; Terrell Fike, a son; and Jeremiah Fike, a son.
And the executor is discharged.4 
Death*19 October 1870 Terrel Fike died on 19 October 1870 at Union, Arkansas, at age 65. 

Family

Elizabeth Gordon b. 1812, d. b 1870

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  3. [S362] Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969.
  4. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.

George Wesley Pidd1

M, b. 16 February 1877, d. 21 October 1927
Father*George Nicholson Pidd2 b. 18 Apr 1837, d. 25 Jan 1904
Mother*Janet Jeanette Louise Haney b. 15 Mar 1843, d. 27 Aug 1892
George Wesley Pidd|b. 16 Feb 1877\nd. 21 Oct 1927|p85.htm#i4760|George Nicholson Pidd|b. 18 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Jan 1904|p83.htm#i4693|Janet Jeanette Louise Haney|b. 15 Mar 1843\nd. 27 Aug 1892|p83.htm#i4704|Thomas Pidd|b. 22 Nov 1811|p86.htm#i4804|Elizabeth B. Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|George "Jack" Haney|b. 1818\nd. 1865|p88.htm#i4873|Ellen H. B. Brand|b. 1 Oct 1821\nd. 26 Jan 1899|p88.htm#i4874|
Birth*16 February 1877 George Wesley Pidd was born on 16 February 1877 at Negaunee, Marquette, Michigan.3 
 He was the son of George Nicholson Pidd and Janet Jeanette Louise Haney.2 
(Witness) Census29 June 1900 George Wesley Pidd appeared on the census of 29 June 1900 in the household of William Clarence Hunter and Susanna Augusta Pidd at Iron River, Iron, Michigan; Name:      George M Pidd
Home in 1900:      Iron River, Iron, Michigan
Age:      63
Birth Date:      Apr 1837
Birthplace:      Scotland
Race:      White
Gender:      Male
Immigration Year:      Unkn
Relationship to Head of House:      Father-in-law
Father's Birthplace:      Scotland
Mother's Birthplace:      Scotland
Marital Status:      Widowed
Occupation:      View on Image
Household Members:      
Name      Age
William C Hunter      42
Augusta Hunter      35
Jennette Hunter      11
George M Pidd      63
George W Pidd      23
Jessie Pidd      11

In the Hunter household is also John M Kelly, 54, from Massachusetts, is listed as a 'visitor' with an occupation of 'explorer - iron'. On the next farm is a group of men - Edward Crist, Herman Sailor, Jessie McFarland, John Montenach, and James Withy - all from various places, all listed as 'partner', and all listed as 'exploring - iron'. Perhaps they were prospecting for iron ore in the area.4 
Marriage*21 April 1916 George Wesley Pidd married Martha E. Barth on 21 April 1916 at Maple City, Kasson Township, Leelanau, Michigan.2 
Death*21 October 1927 George Wesley Pidd died on 21 October 1927 at Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, at age 50.3 

Family

Martha E. Barth d. 22 Mar 1961
Children

Citations

  1. [S87] Freddie Tucker Wright, The Ancestors of Edith Hughitt Wright, 74.
  2. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  3. [S725] 12 May 1910 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 144; Image: 168.
  4. [S726] 29 Jun 1900 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 77.

William Fike

M, b. 22 August 1813, d. after 1850
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
William Fike|b. 22 Aug 1813\nd. a 1850|p85.htm#i4761|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*22 August 1813 William Fike was born on 22 August 1813 at Chatham, North Carolina. 
 He was the son of William Fike and Mary Cook
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 William Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
Death*after 1850 William Fike died after 1850. 

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.

John Fike

M, b. 1819, d. 11 April 1862
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
John Fike|b. 1819\nd. 11 Apr 1862|p85.htm#i4763|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*1819 John Fike was born in 1819 at Dallas, Alabama. 
 He was the son of William Fike and Mary Cook
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 John Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 John Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.3 
Marriage*27 October 1846 John Fike married Frances Guyse Guice on 27 October 1846 at Perry, Alabama.4 
(Witness) Probate17 May 1847 John Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 17 May 1847 at Perry, Alabama; From Minutes of Probate Court, Book E, pp. 178-9. 17 May 1847.
Came Jeremiah Fike, executor of Wm Fike, dec'd, whose accounts for a final settlement were filed at a former term of this court...Notice has been served on the heirs residing in this county...and publication. Distribution to: Mary Fike, widow of Wm Fike; Wm Fike, a son; Nathan Fike, a son; John Fike, a son; Nelson Fike, a son; Terrell Fike, a son; and Jeremiah Fike, a son.
And the executor is discharged.3 
Death*11 April 1862 John Fike died on 11 April 1862. 

Family

Frances Guyse Guice b. 1829, d. 2 Apr 1890

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  3. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.
  4. [S362] Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969.

Nelson Fike

M, b. 1823, d. 1864
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
Nelson Fike|b. 1823\nd. 1864|p85.htm#i4764|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*1823 Nelson Fike was born in 1823 at Dallas, Alabama. 
 He was the son of William Fike and Mary Cook
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 Nelson Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 Nelson Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.3 
(Witness) Probate17 May 1847 Nelson Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike on 17 May 1847 at Perry, Alabama; From Minutes of Probate Court, Book E, pp. 178-9. 17 May 1847.
Came Jeremiah Fike, executor of Wm Fike, dec'd, whose accounts for a final settlement were filed at a former term of this court...Notice has been served on the heirs residing in this county...and publication. Distribution to: Mary Fike, widow of Wm Fike; Wm Fike, a son; Nathan Fike, a son; John Fike, a son; Nelson Fike, a son; Terrell Fike, a son; and Jeremiah Fike, a son.
And the executor is discharged.3 
Marriage*1848 Nelson Fike married Elizabeth Harbor in 1848. 
Death*1864 Nelson Fike died in 1864. 

Family

Elizabeth Harbor b. 1836

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  3. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.

David Sinclair Fike

M, b. 1825, d. 24 September 1851
Father*William Fike b. 1776, d. b 22 Sep 1834
Mother*Mary Cook b. 1780, d. a 12 Jan 1856
David Sinclair Fike|b. 1825\nd. 24 Sep 1851|p85.htm#i4765|William Fike|b. 1776\nd. b 22 Sep 1834|p85.htm#i4756|Mary Cook|b. 1780\nd. a 12 Jan 1856|p85.htm#i4757|John Fike|b. 10 Jan 1748\nd. c 1826|p73.htm#i4208|Sarah Mahatable|b. c 1750\nd. a 1820|p90.htm#i4923|Abraham Cook|b. bt 1756 - 1765\nd. 1814|p73.htm#i4223|Mary Foushee|b. 1755\nd. 1834|p73.htm#i4224|
Birth*1825 David Sinclair Fike was born in 1825 at Dallas, Alabama. 
 He was the son of William Fike and Mary Cook
(Witness) Will27 June 1832 David Sinclair Fike witnessed the will of William Fike on 27 June 1832 at Perry, Alabama; Will signed 27 Jun 1832 Recorded 22 Sep 1834.1,2 
(Witness) ProbateMay 1836 David Sinclair Fike witnessed the probate of the estate of William Fike in May 1836 at Perry, Alabama; Perry County, Alabama, Minutes of Probate Court, Book B, p.246. May 1836.
There is $1122.27 1/2 in hands of the executors of Wm Fike, undisposed of by the will of said testator. Ordered that the executors pay each of the heirs and the widow $24.70. Heirs named: James McCartney in right of his wife, Nancy; Terrell Fike; Jerman Fike; David Fike; Mary Fike, widow of testator.
And the executors to continue under the provisions of the will.
Other heirs named: Nathan, John, and Nelson Fike.3 
Marriage*9 February 1845 David Sinclair Fike married Jane A. Guyse Guice on 9 February 1845 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      David S Fikes
[Jane A. Guyse, Guise]
Spouse:      Jane A Gugso
Marriage Date:      1 Sep 1845
County:      Perry
State:      Alabama
Performed By Title:      Minister of Gospel
Performed by Name:      A W Jackson
Source information:      Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research.4 
(Witness) Census2 December 1850 David Sinclair Fike appeared on the census of 2 December 1850 in the household of Mary Cook at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Mary Fike
Age:      70
Estimated birth year:      abt 1780
Birth Place:      North Carolina
Gender:      Female
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      42
Household Members:      
Name      Age
David Fike      24
Sarah L Fike      23
Georgiana Fike      4
Mary Fike      70.5 
Death*24 September 1851 David Sinclair Fike died on 24 September 1851. 

Family

Jane A. Guyse Guice b. 29 Aug 1827, d. b 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 35.
  2. [S475] William Fike Will A, p. 62-63.
  3. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.
  4. [S362] Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969.
  5. [S538] 2 Dec 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 335A; Image: 528.

Solomon Smith

M, b. 22 October 1785, d. 6 January 1861
Father*William Smith1 d. 1796
Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||||||||||||||
Birth*22 October 1785 Solomon Smith was born on 22 October 1785 at Spartanburg, South Carolina; Tombstone.2 
 He was the son of William Smith.1 
Marriage*circa 1814 Solomon Smith married Elizabeth Betsey Crow, daughter of Rev. Charles Crow Junior and Sarah Harlan, circa 1814 at Clinton, Laurens, South Carolina; The oldest child, Elizabeth, was twenty-two that year. She had married
Solomon Smith about three years earlier, and already had two children of her own.3,4 
Land*15 January 1815 Solomon Smith obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Laurens County Deed Book K, Page 92. 1/15/1815 - 4/18/1815. Saml Smith to Solomon Smith for $142, 180 ac on Duncans Cr. Wit: Roger Brown, Cha Crow. Dower renunciation of Mary Smith (wife of Saml Smith). J. A. Elmore JQ. Pr: J. Hitch, JP. 15 January 1815 Laurens, South Carolina.5 
(Witness) Land10 March 1815 He witnessed the Land of Samuel L. Smith and Rev. Charles Crow Junior on 10 March 1815 at Laurens, South Carolina; Laurens County Deed Book K, page 99. 3/10/1815 - 7/3/1815. Saml Smith to Chas Crow of Newberry Dist. $500, 189 ac on Duncans Cr. bounding on Solomon Smith, Jas Harlin (dolland?), Solomon Langston. Wit: Tilman Bobo, Solomon Smith. Dowery renunciation of Mary Smith (wife of Saml Smith), J. A. Elmore, JQ. Pr: Same.5 
(Witness) Land25 September 1816 Solomon Smith witnessed the Land of Rev. Charles Crow Junior on 25 September 1816 at Laurens, South Carolina; Laurens County Deed Book K, page 273. 9/25/1816 - 2/7/1820. Chas Crow to Jesse Teague for $1000, 189 ac. on Duncans Cr. bounding on Solomon Smith, Eliz Harlen, Jas Harlin, Solomon Langston. Wit: Solomon & Betsey Smith. Dowery renunciation of Sarah Crow (wife of Chas Crow). W. Burnside, JP.5 
Residence7 October 1816 Solomon Smith lived on 7 October 1816 at Laurens, South Carolina; Will Book D1 - p.358 - 10/7/1816. James McClure decd. Letter of ad to Frances McClure. Sec: Nathan Langston, Sollomon Smith.
-Date? James McClure decd. Appr g & ch by Nathan Langston, Solomon Smith, Chany Bobo sw appr. List of debts by Jessy James McClure: To Dr. Geo Ross, to JD Kern, to Aron Bobo, to Wm Crage & David Templeton, to Eliz Ray.5 
Census*7 August 1820 He appeared on the census of 7 August 1820 at Laurens, South Carolina; Name:      Soloman Smith
County:      Laurens
State:      South Carolina
Enumeration Date:      August 7, 1820
Free White Males - Under 10:      1
Free White Males - 26 thru 44:      1
Free White Females - Under 10:      2
Free White Females - 16 thru 25:      1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture:      1
Free White Persons - Under 16:      3
Free White Persons - Over 25:      1
Total Free White Persons:      5
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other:      5.6 
Census1830 He appeared on the census of 1830 at Laurens, South Carolina; Name:      Solomon Smith
Home in 1830:      , Laurens, South Carolina
View Map
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49:      1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:      2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:      2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39:      1
Slaves - Males - Under 10:      2
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23:      1
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23:      1
Free White Persons - Under 20:      7
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:      2
Total Free White Persons:      9
Total Slaves:      4
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored):      13.7 
Residence*1831 He lived in 1831 at Laurens, South Carolina; Series: S165010
Year: 1831
Item: 00017
ignore: 000
Date: 1831
Description: LAURENS DISTRICT, PRESENTMENT REQUESTING THE CITIZENS TO
ELECT ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. (3 PAGES)
Names indexed: BAXTER, WILLIAM; CROOK, WILLIAM; GALBREATH, JOHN;
GANETT, STEPHEN; GRAVES, WILLIAM; HENDERSON, JOHN; LITTLE, R. H;
MCGOWAN, WILLIAM; PARSONS, ISAIAH; POWER, JOHN; ROBERTSON, REUBEN;
ROBINSON, JOHN; SHACKLEY, JAMES; SHAW, MARTIN; SMITH, SOLOMON;
STARNES, MARSHALL; YEARGAN, JOHN; YOUNG, ABNER; YOUNG, JAMES
Locations: LAURENS DISTRICT
Document type: PRESENTMENT
Topics: ELECTIONS, FEDERAL.8 
Religion*8 November 1834 He and Elizabeth Betsey Crow were Solomon Smith resigned from the Upper Duncan's Creek Baptist Church on November 8, 1834. The event was recorded in the Church Minutes as follows: "Brother Solomon Smith arose and praying a letter of Dismission for himself and Elizabeth his wife stating his intention of shortly moving his residence to the State of Alabama. The church took his case under consideration and seriously reflected their loss he having officiated as deacon for a considerable length of time in which office he had continued faithful. Resolved that he and his wife be recommended in full fellowship and office as above stated and that the clerk prepare a letter of said discription[sic] discribing[sic] his office." Solomon was requested by the church to nominate two members of the congregation to serve as deacons to replace himself and Henry Langston who was becoming infirmed and could not serve as deacon. He nominated James G. Robinson and his wife's first cousin, Henry Harlan, to the office.9 
Military Service*1835 Solomon Smith Shortly after arriving in Alabama, he joined Gordon's Company of Alabama Militia and served during the Creek Indian Wars in Alabama during 1836 and 1837. in 1835 Perry, Alabama.3 
Religion*24 January 1835 He was Solomon Smith and his family moved to Perry County, Alabama. He and Elizabeth joined the Ocmulgee Church on January 24, 1835 and were united with Elizabeth's family. Her father, Charles Crow, was the minister and founder of the Ocmulgee Church.

After resigning as deacon [at the Upper Duncan's Creek Baptist Church], Solomon Smith and his family moved to Perry County, Alabama. He and Elizabeth joined the Ocmulgee Church on January 24, 1835 and were united with Elizabeth's family. Her father, Charles Crow, was the minister and founder of the Ocmulgee Church. Solomon and Elizabeth 'Betsy' remained members of the Ocmulgee Church until their deaths. Solomon Smith is buried in the Ocmulgee Church Cemetery.
From http://alagenealogy.com/Patriarchs/Crow
Notes found on the internet: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/l/e/b/Jesse-H-Lebaron/GENE1-0003.html, copied August 16, 1999.
 
Land*10 April 1837 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Issue Date:      4/10/1837
Land Office:      Cahaba
State:      ALABAMA
Acres:      120
Document Nr.:      22348
Accession/Serial Nr.:      AL0580__.023
BLM Serial Nr.:      AL NO S/N
E½SW      11/      18-N      9-E      No      St Stephens      AL      Perry      
SWSE       11/      18-N      9-E      No      St Stephens      AL      Perry

Issue Date:      4/10/1837
Land Office:      Cahaba
State:      ALABAMA
Acres:      79.9
Document Nr.:      22349
Accession/Serial Nr.:      AL0580__.024
BLM Serial Nr.:      AL NO S/N
W½NE      15/      18-N      9-E      No      St Stephens      AL      Perry 10 April 1837 Perry, Alabama.10 
Land12 August 1837 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Issue Date:      8/12/1837
Land Office:      Cahaba
State:      ALABAMA
Acres:      40
Document Nr.:      30758
Accession/Serial Nr.:      AL1730__.319
SENE      14/      18-N      9-E      No      St Stephens      AL      Perry 12 August 1837 Perry, Alabama.10 
Census1840 He appeared on the census of 1840 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
County:      Perry
State:      Alabama
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19:      1
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:      2
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19:      1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49:      1
Slaves - Males - Under 10:      1
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23:      2
Slaves - Males - 24 thru 35:      1
Slaves - Females - Under 10:      2
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23:      3
Slaves - Females - 24 thru 35:      1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves):      18
Persons Employed in Agriculture:      5
Free White Persons - Under 20:      6
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:      1
Total Free White Persons:      8
Total Slaves:      10
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:      18.11 
Land1 June 1845 He obtained a Bureau of Land Management land patent from Issue Date:      6/1/1845
Land Office:      Cahaba
State:      ALABAMA
Acres:      39.95
Document Nr.:      35878
Accession/Serial Nr.:      AL1840__.078
NWSE      15/      18-N      9-E      No      St Stephens      AL      Perry 1 June 1845 Perry, Alabama.10 
Census1850 He and Elizabeth Betsey Crow appeared on the census of 1850 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
Township:      Oakgrove
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1850
White Males under 21:      1
White Males over 21:      1
White Males over 45:      1
White Females under 21:      3
White Females over 21:      1
Number of slaves:      22
TOTAL INHABITANTS:      28.12 
Census30 November 1850 Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow appeared on the census of 30 November 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
Age:      13 [63]
Estimated birth year:      abt 1837
[Abt 1787]
Birth Place:      South Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      18
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Solomon Smith      13
Elizabeth Smith      53
Martha E Smith      19
Elizabeth Smith      17
W W Smith      15
Emma R Smith      8.13 
Will*16 May 1859 Solomon Smith left a will on 16 May 1859 at Perry, Alabama; Smith - Fike of Perry County
Will of Solomon Smith from Will Book 3, pp. 109-13.
Heirs named:
Wife, Elizabeth and children
Chas. C. Smith
dau., Sarah, wife of Wm H. Langston of S. C.
dau., Catherine former wife of German Fike, dec'd, and her children
dau., Jane Suttles, wife of John W. Suttles
son, George R. Smith
dau., Mary, wife of D. P. (?) Kynerd
dau., Caroline, wife of Jas. F. Price
son, Wm W. Smith
Executors: Two sons, Chas. C. and Wm W. Smith
Dated: 16 May 1859
Witnesses: Josiah Alexander, Chas. R. Harris
Proved Feb. 11, 1861.14,15 
Death*6 January 1861 He died on 6 January 1861 at Perry, Alabama, at age 75.2,4 
Burial*after 6 January 1861 He was buried after 6 January 1861 at Oakmulgee Cemetery, Perry, Alabama; In memory of Solomon Smith who was born
Spartanburg District S.C. Oct 22, 1785
and died Jany. 6, 1861 age 75 years, 2 months and 15 days
Photograph by Freddie Tucker Wright in 1960.2 
Probate11 February 1861 His estate was probated on 11 February 1861 at Perry, Alabama.16 

Family

Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Children

Citations

  1. [S523] George Leland, SR., A.B., A.M. Summer, Newberry County, South Carolina Annals.
  2. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 42.
  3. [S686] J. Hugh LeBaron, Charles Crow Sketches 1770-1845.
  4. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  5. [S944] Sara M. Nash, Laurens County SC - Abstracts of Early Records.
  6. [S483] 1820 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 27; Image: 63.
  7. [S484] 1830 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 254.
  8. [S948] LAURENS DISTRICT, PRESENTMENT - Electors;.
  9. [S697] Solomon Smith, 8 Nov 1834, Upper Duncan's Creek Baptist Church Minutes.
  10. [S526] Land Patent http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/, unknown repository.
  11. [S485] 1840 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 11; Image: 508.
  12. [S367] 1855 State Census, Perry County, Alabama, Rolls M2004.0008-M2004.0012, M2004.0036-M2004.0050, and M2008.0124.
  13. [S487] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 333A; Image: 524.
  14. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, p. 38-41.
  15. [S208] Unknown compiler, Alabama Notes.
  16. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 41.

Elizabeth Betsey Crow

F, b. 15 December 1797, d. 19 November 1889
Father*Rev. Charles Crow Junior1,2 b. 1770, d. 12 Jun 1845
Mother*Sarah Harlan2 b. 13 Oct 1775, d. a 1 Dec 1820
Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|Charles Crow Senior|b. c 1716\nd. 22 Sep 1802|p86.htm#i4796|Elizabeth (?)|d. 4 Nov 1815|p86.htm#i4797|Aaron Harlan|b. 1752\nd. 6 Aug 1806|p86.htm#i4798|Elizabeth B. Stewart|b. 22 Oct 1755\nd. 21 Sep 1835|p86.htm#i4799|
Birth*15 December 1797 Elizabeth Betsey Crow was born on 15 December 1797 at Laurens, South Carolina.2,1,3 
 She was the daughter of Rev. Charles Crow Junior and Sarah Harlan.1,2 
Marriage*circa 1814 Elizabeth Betsey Crow married Solomon Smith, son of William Smith, circa 1814 at Clinton, Laurens, South Carolina; The oldest child, Elizabeth, was twenty-two that year. She had married
Solomon Smith about three years earlier, and already had two children of her own.3,4 
(Witness) Land25 September 1816 Elizabeth Betsey Crow witnessed the Land of Rev. Charles Crow Junior on 25 September 1816 at Laurens, South Carolina; Laurens County Deed Book K, page 273. 9/25/1816 - 2/7/1820. Chas Crow to Jesse Teague for $1000, 189 ac. on Duncans Cr. bounding on Solomon Smith, Eliz Harlen, Jas Harlin, Solomon Langston. Wit: Solomon & Betsey Smith. Dowery renunciation of Sarah Crow (wife of Chas Crow). W. Burnside, JP.5 
Religion8 November 1834 Elizabeth Betsey Crow and Solomon Smith were Solomon Smith resigned from the Upper Duncan's Creek Baptist Church on November 8, 1834. The event was recorded in the Church Minutes as follows: "Brother Solomon Smith arose and praying a letter of Dismission for himself and Elizabeth his wife stating his intention of shortly moving his residence to the State of Alabama. The church took his case under consideration and seriously reflected their loss he having officiated as deacon for a considerable length of time in which office he had continued faithful. Resolved that he and his wife be recommended in full fellowship and office as above stated and that the clerk prepare a letter of said discription[sic] discribing[sic] his office." Solomon was requested by the church to nominate two members of the congregation to serve as deacons to replace himself and Henry Langston who was becoming infirmed and could not serve as deacon. He nominated James G. Robinson and his wife's first cousin, Henry Harlan, to the office.6 
Census1850 Elizabeth Betsey Crow and Solomon Smith appeared on the census of 1850 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
Township:      Oakgrove
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1850
White Males under 21:      1
White Males over 21:      1
White Males over 45:      1
White Females under 21:      3
White Females over 21:      1
Number of slaves:      22
TOTAL INHABITANTS:      28.7 
Census30 November 1850 Elizabeth Betsey Crow and Solomon Smith appeared on the census of 30 November 1850 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
Age:      13 [63]
Estimated birth year:      abt 1837
[Abt 1787]
Birth Place:      South Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      18
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Solomon Smith      13
Elizabeth Smith      53
Martha E Smith      19
Elizabeth Smith      17
W W Smith      15
Emma R Smith      8.8 
Census*9 July 1870 Elizabeth Betsey Crow appeared on the census of 9 July 1870 at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Elizabeth Smith
Birth Year:      abt 1798
Age in 1870:      72
Birthplace:      South Carolina
Home in 1870:      Township 18 Range 9, Perry, Alabama
Race:      White
Gender:      Female
Value of real estate:      View image
Post Office:      Marion
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Elizabeth Smith      72
Caroline Price      37
William S Price      17
Robert J Price      14
James M Price      11
Ella Price      13
Gertrude Price      12
Eliza Price      6.9 
Census8 June 1880 She appeared on the census of 8 June 1880 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Elizabeth Smith
Home in 1880:      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Age:      84
Estimated birth year:      abt 1796
Birthplace:      South Carolina
Relation to Head of Household:      Self (Head)
Father's birthplace:      South Carolina
Mother's birthplace:      South Carolina
Neighbors:      View others on page
Occupation:      Housekeeping
Marital Status:      Widowed
Race:      White
Gender:      Female
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Elizabeth Smith      84
Caroline Price      46
William Price      26
Robert Price      24
Ella Price      23
Elizabeth Price      21
James Price      18
Lula Price      16.10 
Death*19 November 1889 She died on 19 November 1889 at Perry, Alabama, at age 91.4 
Burial*after 19 November 1889 She was buried after 19 November 1889 at Oakmulgee Cemetery, Perry, Alabama; Photograph taken in Oakmulgee Cemetery, Perry County, Alabama, in 1960 by Freddie Tucker Wright.11,3,4 

Family

Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Children

Citations

  1. [S685] Bibb Association, Baptists of Bibb Co. Alabama 1817-1974.
  2. [S140] Alpheus H. Harlan, History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family.
  3. [S686] J. Hugh LeBaron, Charles Crow Sketches 1770-1845.
  4. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  5. [S944] Sara M. Nash, Laurens County SC - Abstracts of Early Records.
  6. [S697] Solomon Smith, 8 Nov 1834, Upper Duncan's Creek Baptist Church Minutes.
  7. [S367] 1855 State Census, Perry County, Alabama, Rolls M2004.0008-M2004.0012, M2004.0036-M2004.0050, and M2008.0124.
  8. [S487] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 333A; Image: 524.
  9. [S491] 1870 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 254B; Image: 209.
  10. [S492] 1880 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 436D; Enumeration District: 90; Image: 0354.
  11. [S96] Freddie Tucker Wright, Kynerd - Tucker & Related Families of Perry Co, AL, 42.

Charles Crow Smith

M, b. after 1815, d. after 1870
Father*Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Charles Crow Smith|b. a 1815\nd. a 1870|p85.htm#i4768|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Birth*after 1815 Charles Crow Smith was born after 1815 at South Carolina.1 
 He was the son of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow
Marriage*1839 Charles Crow Smith married Mary Ellen Hopper, daughter of George William Hopper and Aquilla Williams, in 1839 at Perry, Alabama. 
Religion*July 1843 Charles Crow Smith was The church attempted two protracted meetings in 1843. The first met in July and lasted seven days. There were fifty-one converts and another grandson of Charles Crow, one of his namesakes, Charles Crow Smith, made a profession of faith.2 
Death*after 1870 He died after 1870. 
Census*9 July 1870 He and Mary Ellen Hopper appeared on the census of 9 July 1870 at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Aguila Hopper
Birth Year:      abt 1797
Age in 1870:      73
Birthplace:      South Carolina
Home in 1870:      Township 18 Range 9, Perry, Alabama
Race:      White
Gender:      Female
Value of real estate:      View image
Post Office:      Marion
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Charles Smith      55
Mary E Smith      47
Charles W Smith      21
Henry G Smith      20
Betty E Smith      17
Solomon M Smith      15
Joseph W Smith      13
Mary E Smith      9
James L Smith      8
Emma J Smith      7
Walton Smith      6
Aguila Hopper      17
Aguila Hopper      73
Mollie Crow      18
George H Crow      21
Jenny Crow      6/12.3 

Family

Mary Ellen Hopper b. 1823, d. 3 Dec 1877
Child

Citations

  1. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  2. [S686] J. Hugh LeBaron, Charles Crow Sketches 1770-1845.
  3. [S530] 9 Jul 1870 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 252B; Image: 205.

Sarah C. Smith

F, b. 8 July 1816, d. 31 August 1874
Father*Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Sarah C. Smith|b. 8 Jul 1816\nd. 31 Aug 1874|p85.htm#i4769|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Birth*8 July 1816 Sarah C. Smith was born on 8 July 1816 at South Carolina.1 
 She was the daughter of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow
Marriage*5 September 1834 Sarah C. Smith married William Henry Langston, son of Henry Langston and Sarah Murphy, on 5 September 1834.2 
Death*31 August 1874 Sarah C. Smith died on 31 August 1874 at Laurens, South Carolina, at age 58.1 
Burial*after 31 August 1874 She was buried after 31 August 1874 at New Prospect Baptist Church Cemetery, Laurens, Laurens, South Carolina; Inscription:
"In memory of Sarah C. Langston
Born July 8th, 1816
Died Aug 31st, 1874
Wife of Wm Langston Esq."
Followed by a poem.1 

Family

William Henry Langston b. 25 Aug 1811, d. 10 Jul 1881

Citations

  1. [S414] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&
  2. [S698] Henry Langston Bible.

Rebecca Jane Smith

F, b. 1824
Father*Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Rebecca Jane Smith|b. 1824|p85.htm#i4770|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Marriage* Rebecca Jane Smith married John W. Suttle
Birth*1824 Rebecca Jane Smith was born in 1824 at South Carolina.1 
 She was the daughter of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow

Family

John W. Suttle b. c 1805
Child

Citations

  1. [S486] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.

Florence Grace Pidd1

F, b. 6 May 1880, d. 5 February 1886
Father*George Nicholson Pidd2 b. 18 Apr 1837, d. 25 Jan 1904
Mother*Janet Jeanette Louise Haney b. 15 Mar 1843, d. 27 Aug 1892
Florence Grace Pidd|b. 6 May 1880\nd. 5 Feb 1886|p85.htm#i4771|George Nicholson Pidd|b. 18 Apr 1837\nd. 25 Jan 1904|p83.htm#i4693|Janet Jeanette Louise Haney|b. 15 Mar 1843\nd. 27 Aug 1892|p83.htm#i4704|Thomas Pidd|b. 22 Nov 1811|p86.htm#i4804|Elizabeth B. Beal|b. 16 Jun 1811\nd. Nov 1868|p87.htm#i4815|George "Jack" Haney|b. 1818\nd. 1865|p88.htm#i4873|Ellen H. B. Brand|b. 1 Oct 1821\nd. 26 Jan 1899|p88.htm#i4874|
Birth*6 May 1880 Florence Grace Pidd was born on 6 May 1880 at Negaunee, Marquette, Michigan.2 
 She was the daughter of George Nicholson Pidd and Janet Jeanette Louise Haney.2 
Death*5 February 1886 Florence Grace Pidd died on 5 February 1886 at Iron River, Iron, Michigan, at age 5; Accidentelly shot and killed by her brother Robert at age 6.2 
Burial*after 5 February 1886 She was buried after 5 February 1886 at Iron River Cemetery, Iron River, Iron, Michigan.3 

Citations

  1. [S87] Freddie Tucker Wright, The Ancestors of Edith Hughitt Wright, 74.
  2. [S723] Letter, Joan [Smedley] Badders to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wright, 1977.
  3. [S414] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&

George Rayford Smith1

M, b. 23 January 1822, d. 26 February 1894
Father*Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
George Rayford Smith|b. 23 Jan 1822\nd. 26 Feb 1894|p85.htm#i4772|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Birth*23 January 1822 George Rayford Smith was born on 23 January 1822 at South Carolina.1 
 He was the son of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow
Marriage*9 November 1843 George Rayford Smith married Mary Ann Kynerd, daughter of Jacob Kynerd and Rosannah Taylor, on 9 November 1843 at Jacob Kynerd Farm, Perry, Alabama.1 
Death*26 February 1894 George Rayford Smith died on 26 February 1894 at Neshoba, Mississippi, at age 72.1 
Burial*after 26 February 1894 He was buried after 26 February 1894 at Boyd Cemetery, Bethsaida Community, Neshoba, Mississippi.1 

Family

Mary Ann Kynerd b. 13 May 1819, d. 13 Sep 1911

Citations

  1. [S211] Dan Kinard, Footprints of Jacob Kynerd.

Mary Frances Smith

F, b. 11 July 1826, d. 15 May 1924
Father*Solomon Smith b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Mary Frances Smith|b. 11 Jul 1826\nd. 15 May 1924|p85.htm#i4773|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Birth*11 July 1826 Mary Frances Smith was born on 11 July 1826. 
 She was the daughter of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow
Death*15 May 1924 Mary Frances Smith died on 15 May 1924 at Alabama at age 97. 

Martha Elizabeth Smith1,2

F, b. 25 November 1830, d. 14 May 1922
Father*Solomon Smith1 b. 22 Oct 1785, d. 6 Jan 1861
Mother*Elizabeth Betsey Crow b. 15 Dec 1797, d. 19 Nov 1889
Martha Elizabeth Smith|b. 25 Nov 1830\nd. 14 May 1922|p85.htm#i4774|Solomon Smith|b. 22 Oct 1785\nd. 6 Jan 1861|p85.htm#i4766|Elizabeth Betsey Crow|b. 15 Dec 1797\nd. 19 Nov 1889|p85.htm#i4767|William Smith|d. 1796|p85.htm#i4778||||Rev. Charles Crow Junior|b. 1770\nd. 12 Jun 1845|p86.htm#i4780|Sarah Harlan|b. 13 Oct 1775\nd. a 1 Dec 1820|p86.htm#i4781|
Birth*25 November 1830 Martha Elizabeth Smith was born on 25 November 1830 at South Carolina.3 
 She was the daughter of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow.1 
(Witness) Census1850 Martha Elizabeth Smith appeared on the census of 1850 in the household of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow at Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
Township:      Oakgrove
County:      Perry
State:           Alabama
Enumeration Date:      1850
White Males under 21:      1
White Males over 21:      1
White Males over 45:      1
White Females under 21:      3
White Females over 21:      1
Number of slaves:      22
TOTAL INHABITANTS:      28.4 
(Witness) Census30 November 1850 Martha Elizabeth Smith appeared on the census of 30 November 1850 in the household of Solomon Smith and Elizabeth Betsey Crow at Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama; Name:      Solomon Smith
Age:      13 [63]
Estimated birth year:      abt 1837
[Abt 1787]
Birth Place:      South Carolina
Gender:      Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State):      Oak Grove, Perry, Alabama
Family Number:      18
Household Members:      
Name      Age
Solomon Smith      13
Elizabeth Smith      53
Martha E Smith      19
Elizabeth Smith      17
W W Smith      15
Emma R Smith      8.1 
Marriage*1 January 1851 Martha Elizabeth Smith married Daniel P. Kynerd, son of Jacob Kynerd and Rosannah Taylor, on 1 January 1851 at Perry, Alabama.3 
Death*14 May 1922 Martha Elizabeth Smith died on 14 May 1922 at Perry, Alabama, at age 91.3 
Burial*after 14 May 1922 She was buried after 14 May 1922 at Kynerd Cemetery, Marion, Perry, Alabama.3 

Family

Daniel P. Kynerd b. 6 Jan 1829, d. 19 Oct 1861

Citations

  1. [S487] 1850 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 333A; Image: 524.
  2. [S793] Joydelle Garrett Wolfram, Harlan, Aaron & Elizabeth (Stuart) Descendants.
  3. [S211] Dan Kinard, Footprints of Jacob Kynerd.
  4. [S367] 1855 State Census, Perry County, Alabama, Rolls M2004.0008-M2004.0012, M2004.0036-M2004.0050, and M2008.0124.

William Smith

M, d. 1796
Census*1779 William Smith appeared on the census of 1779 at Ninety-Six, South Carolina; Name:      William Smith
State:      SC
County:      Ninety-Sixth District
Township:      No Township Listed
Year:      1779
Database:      SC Early Census Index.1 
Census1790 He appeared on the census of 1790 at Page No. 6, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Name:      Wm Smith
County:      Spartanburg
State:      South Carolina
Number of Free White Males Under 16:      4
Number of Free White Males 16 and Over:      2
Number of Free White Females:      2
Number of Slaves :      13
Number of Household Members:      21.2 
Religion*between 1794 and 1804 He was In membership books: Caleb Smith, Dicy Smith, James Smith, John Smith, Jr., Polly Smith, William Smith.3 
Will*circa 1796 He left a will circa 1796 at Union, South Carolina; p. 385
William Smith, of Union District, died about 1796 leaving widow, Anne, and children: John, Patsy, Solomon, Catherine (wife of Nathan Langston), Polly (wife of Bennett Langston), Milly (wife of William Edwards), Elizabeth (wife of William Parker), Nancy (wife of John Smith), Nancy Ann (wife of William Smith), Martha (wife of Stephen Layton).4 
Death*1796 He died in 1796 at Union, South Carolina.4 

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S498] South Carolina Census, 1790-1890.
  2. [S709] 1790 US Census, Provo, Utah, Utah, Page: 24; Image: 34.
  3. [S525] Leah, Ph.D. Townsend, South Carolina Baptists 1670-1805.
  4. [S523] George Leland, SR., A.B., A.M. Summer, Newberry County, South Carolina Annals.
  5. [S489] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.

Ann Langston

F, b. circa 1765
Father*Solomon Langston Senior b. 1732, d. 1825
Ann Langston|b. c 1765|p85.htm#i4779|Solomon Langston Senior|b. 1732\nd. 1825|p184.htm#i11453||||John Langston|b. c 1710\nd. b 11 Nov 1790|p199.htm#i12125||||||||||
Birth*circa 1765 Ann Langston was born circa 1765 at South Carolina.1 
 She was the daughter of Solomon Langston Senior
Census*1800 Ann Langston appeared on the census of 1800 at Spatanburg, South Carolina; Name:      Ann Smith
County:      Spartanburg District
State:      South Carolina
Free White Males 10 to 15:      1
Free White Females 10 to 15 :      1
Free White Females 26 to 44 :      1
Number of Household Members Under 16 :      2
Number of Household Members Over 25 :      1
Number of Household Members:      3.2 
Census1810 She appeared on the census of 1810 at Spartanburg, South Carolina; Name:      Ann Smith
County:      Spartanburg
State:      South Carolina
Free White Males Under 10:      2
Free White Females 16 to 25:      1
Free White Females 26 to 44:      1
Free White Females 45 and Over:      1
Number of Household Members Under 16:      2
Number of Household Members Over 25:      2
Number of Household Members:      5.1 

Citations

  1. [S708] 1810 unknown record type, Provo, Utah, Utah, Roll 61; Page: 427.
  2. [S489] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
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