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ADAMS, Callie, 1913, 1913 ADAMS, Dewey, 1916, 1916 ADAMS, Mallie, 1913, 1913 ADAMS, Sarah, 1881, 1913 BROWN, Dock, no date, 1954 BROWN, Harrett, 1862, 1923 BROWN, Harrett, no date, 1954 BROWN, Maggie, 1883, 1900 BROWN, Meldie, 1893, 1900 In fair conditon ADAMS, Callie, 1909, 1938 BROWN, James I., 1882, 1962 BROWN, Maggie, 1898, 1938 BROWN, Troy, 1916, 1946 CAMPBELL, Bethel, 1905, no date CAMPBELL, Henry, no dates CAMPBELL, Mallie, no dates CAMPBELL, Nancy, 1888, 1935 CAMPBELL, Rebecca F., 1907, 1971 FIELDS, Ben, 1894, 1965 FIELDS, Richard E., 1933, 1978 WHITAKER, F. M., 1860, 1936 HAMPTON, Martha Jane, 1902, 1920 HOLCOMB, Stellie, 1895, 1918, (mar.
They had the following children: M i Septimus Boone Scholl M ii Jesse Boone Scholl M iii Marcus Scholl was born in 1793 in , Clark, Kentucky. F iv Sarah Scholl was born in 1795 in , Fayette, Kentucky. He had the following children: F i Sarah Ann Scholl F ii Emily Scholl F iii Amanda Boone Scholl was born on in , Clark, Kentucky. M iv Daniel Boone Scholl was born on in , Clark, Kentucky. M v George Thomas Scholl was born on in , Jackson, Missouri. M vi James Harvey Scholl was born on in , Jackson, Missouri. F vii Mary Eliza Scholl was born on in Independence, Jackson, Missouri. M viii Charles Pumphrey Scholl was born on in , Jackson, Missouri. Boone SCHOLL was shot and killed on the old Wornall Road when "Jawhawkers..intimidating and attempting to rob John B. Elizabeth SCHOLL and another one of Boone SCHOLL's aunts rode to Cass County in the night with infants on their laps.
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[Parents] Internet notes: John HOLCOMBE III Birth: 1735 in possibly King, Queen, Virginia Note: 1790 Surry Co., NC census Halcomb John 1 2 6 3 0 1 male over 21 (John) 2 males under 21 (Abner, John G) Son May is listed in separate houshold. 634 of Brunswick Co., Va., Surryand Buncombe counties, N. King Queen VA John Grymes HOLCOMBE b: ABT 1779 Abner HOLCOMBE b: ABT 1787 Winey HOLCOMBE Cody Lucretia HOLCOMBE Margaret Peggy Holcombe Catherine HOLCOMBE Elizabeth HOLCOMBE Sources: Type: Book Title: "The Holcombes" Author: Mrs. 2nd source cited, field notes L7 160-00 HUBBARDFile: Holcomb Nation Builders, Modesto Library p. Heirs included his wife, Rachel Le Boon and children: John Le Boon, deceased, Joseph Le Boon, Sara Le Boon, Rachel Elrod, Mary Robbins, Peter Le Boon, Mason Canada Le Boon, Rebecca Le Boon, Anna Watkins, and Frances Daulton (Dalton); two minor children of my deceased son, John La Boon--Eada Le Boon and Susannah Le Boon. 1820 Census of Peter from the Pendleton District, SC, shows: Peter M age 26-45 F age 26-45 2 M less than 10 (Peter & John? (Son John had died, so his share was to be divided equally between his two daughters, Eada and Susanah. The will was dated January 9, 1828 and was witnessed by Benk Williams and signed by Peter Laboon. They had x children: John, 1805-1839 Thomas A., 1808-1854 married Sophronia M. William Rowell, Lincoln County - dated 4 Sept 1844 heirs were his wife and children. 1810 in Lincoln County, TN John Wesley Mariah Ann Samuel Milton Eliza Jane Martha Caroline Ester Mary [Child] 222. We have no record of the time of decease of the wife, Martha, but on May 3, 1813, Robert sold his carpenter tools, livestock, and household goods to his son Joseph. The Inventory and Appraisal of the estate is dated April 14, 1814.
John Hudspeth Carter Hudspeth John Halcomb George Hudspeth Simon Hadly X Thomas Hadly X Father: John HOLCOMBE II b: 1712 Mother: Elizabeth LAWRENCE b: ABT 1714 Marriage 1 Elizabeth Oxford MAY b: 1730 in King, Queen, Virginia Married: c.1750-5 in probably Virginia Children May HOLCOMBE b: 1760 in Brunswick Co., Virginia Nancy HOLCOMBE b: 1765 Frances Ma(r)y HOLCOMB b: ABT 1775 in prob. surname search for HOLCOMBE, file notes fromsource field. Henry Nathaniel STAFFORD married Elizabeth STAFFORD. At the beginning of the Civil War he and his seven sons enlisted. His will was signed January 9, 1828 and proved March 3, 1828. Witnesses: Bank Williams, Solomon West and Joseph Cason. 1830 Census - Anderson County Rachel La Boon - aged 50-60 One female aged 30-40 -- A maiden daughter, Sara Le Boon One male aged 15-20 -- Mason Canada Le Boon Received Sacrament of Marriage April 14, 1973. His two sons, Joseph and Mason Canada, were to receive as much property as it took to make an equal share to the property he gave to his sons John and Peter when they married or called for it. Census: Date: Place: 20th Dist., Molino, Lincoln Co., Tenn. Lucretia SHEFFIELD was born Feb 16 1789 in Fayetteville, Lincoln, Tennessee. About ten years later he established residence in Reeds Vally, Russell County, Virginia.
The other 5 sons named in their father's will by A. 1781 or soon thereafter had acquired by entry and State grant or purchase large tracts of valuable land in Surry County, N. as no land transactions for this 2nd son, John Holcombe have been found of record in Surry co., N. and as he had so many transactions of valuable land thereafter in Buncombe Co.,; N. it may be that he did not live long in Surry Col, N. Probate Court July 20th, 1828 Registered Feb 24th, 1829 From Clay County Ancestral News May 1990 Will Book 1, Page 195 -Surry County Wills 1770 to 1922 - North Carolina 5 July 1779(1781) In the Name of God Amen, I John Halcombe Being in Perfect Sense Health and Memory do make and and Ordain This my Last willand Testament Vz and first of all i give my Soul to God who gave it me and my Body to the Earth to be Decently Buried after the Directions of my Executors hereafter Mentioned my will and Desire is that all my Worldy Debts be first paid and Discharged and for the Rest and Residue of What Worldly goods it Hath Pleased Almighty God to bestow Upon me I Give and Bequeath as Followeth Item I give and Bequeath Unto my Dear wife Elizabeth my Estate both Real and Personal During her life and after Her Decease to be Divided Amongst my Children as Follows Item I give and Bequeath to my Son Thomas Halcombe Ten Shillings proclamation Money Item I give and Bequeath to my son John Halcombe Ten Shillings proclamation Money Item I give and bequeath to my son Grymes Halcombe Ten Shillings proclamation Money Item I give and Bequeath to my son Phillimon Halcombe one cow and calf Item I give and Bequeath to my son Laurance Halcombe one cow and calf Item I give and Bequeath to my son George Halcombe all the Rest of my Estate both Real and Personal not Heretofore mentioned and I do appoint my Wife Elizabeth & my son George Halcombe Executors of this my Last will and Testament and I do revoke Dissanull and make Void all former wills by me heretofore made or Spoken off In Witness where of I Set my Hand and Seal thisthe Fifth Day of July in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Nine. Publication: copywrited USA 1947 by Lewin Dwinell Mc Pherson & Elizabeth Weir Mc Pherson Type: New Source Type Text: [Parents] They had 12 children: May Margaret Mary John Grymes Abner Nancy Frances Winnie Mary/Polly Lucretia Elizabeth Catherine [Child] 130. The bustle of railroad activity and establishment of Marthasville also crowded him and, in 1843, he moved again, locating on the Red River in Texas. The gun-making instruments were brought from France by his father, Pierre Le Bon, who gave the shop to his son, Peter Le Boon . In the 1820 Census Peter and his wife were both under the age of 45. At Rachel's death two daughters, Sarah and Rebecca, were to have a feather bed and furniture whenever they married or when the property was divided to make them equal with his other daughters--Anne Watkins, Mary Robbins, Rachel Elrod and Frances Dalton. Chancery Co Birth: ABT 1781 South Carolina Census: Date: 1850 Place: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Randolph, Hugh Bartlett Randolph, Nancy Arenia Bryant Randolph, Marilla b. The first offical record we have of him there is a land survey for the year 1786.
The next record of this son, John Holcombe is found in the 1790 census of Salisbury Dist., N. )years; 2, under 16 years; females; 6,free, white and 3 others,apparently slaves. John Holcombe Jabez Jarvis Abner Holcombe May Holcombe Winey (Treadway) Cody Lucretia Brigman Francis Hegan Attest James Sullivan & Millir Nills North Carolina, Madison Co. Elisabeth Oxford MAY 1 was born 1730/1740 in Probably Va Or England. [Parents] Peter, two of his sisters (Frankie and Sarah) and their husbands moved to Walton County ca. As more settlers streamed in, Peter declared they were spoiling the hunting and moved on to a site now encompassed by the City of Atlanta. The different members of the family in South Carolina have some of the gun-making instruments. 1790 Census - North Orangeburg District Peter Leboone 2-0-3 1800 Census - Pendleton District Peter Le Boon - aged 26-45 Female - aged 26-45 Two boys under age of 10 Four girls under age of 10 - One a set of twins. If Rachel remarried, the property was to be divided among Peter's children. Edward LEATHERWOOD "Ned" was born 1754 in Virginia, Or Burke County, N. After the war, Robert moved his family to Rich Valley, Washington County, Virginia.
Such a marriage is only an inference from naming of their apparently oldest son, May Holcombe, b. His name, May, has been repeated among his descendants,-infrequently. long before the record of him in the 1790 Census as above and may not have remained in Surry after 1790. C., both latter being previously in Buncombe,- and on the waters of Bull's, Flat, Gabriel, Holcombe, Ivy and Reems Creeks and Ivy River (Big Ivy Creek) and Paint Fork from 15 to 20 miles N. This indenture made and agreed on this nineteenth day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty, between MAY HOLCOMB, FRANCIS HAGAN, LUCRETIA BRIGMAN, JABEZ JARVIS, JAMES ANDERSON, ENOS SHIELDS, NANCY ROGERS, WINEY TREADWAY, JOHN HOLCOMBE and ABNER HOLCOMBE, heirs of John Holcombe deceased of the one part all of the county of Buncombe and State of North Carolina and Rezi(? ABT 1834 North Carolina Source: (Name) Title: Lincoln Co. Tennessee Pioneers Author: Jane Helen WARREN Waller Publication: Waller, Jane, 238 Point Clear, Conroe, Tex. Census lists: 1790 Morgan, Burke Cty, NC Index Edward with 8 dependants; presumably, 1 of those females is his wife. over 16, 3 m under 16 and 5 females Dotson, Esau, 1,0,1,0,0 (he is either just married or old...either way with no children...) 1800 buncombe, Nc LEATHERWOOD, Edward 11201 21110 Per Grid: 2nd column - # of Males (0-10)(10-16)(16-26)(26-45)(45- ) 3rd column - # of Females (0-10)(10-16)(16-26)(26-45)(45- ) Also on census, several chambers, and webbs, no dotsons, and these walkers... It was said that he served in the American Army during the Revolution. Upon arrival in America the Mc Reynolds supposedly settled in Cecil County, Maryland- Lancaster County Pennsylvania area but in later years we find them in the Chester County, Pennsylvania records.
Among the American and Englis(h) Holcombes traced hereinhe is the first found bearing May Holcombe, as a masculine name. This son, John Holcombe, D-4-1-2 had 34 land transactions between 17 in the northern part ofpresent Buncombe Co., N. and the Southern parts of Madison and Yancey counties, N. John Holcombe died before the 19th Oct, 1820 as shown in the deed below. 1862 NC Hannah, married Edward Gaither Hyatt Elizabeth Rebecca "Patsy", b. The provisions became exhausted and the wanderers faced ... Robert Mc Reynolds settled in some county - name unknown to me - in NC, he later moved to Saltville, VA. She was disjoined from the Quakers in the year 1760 for having affiliated with the Presbyterians.
F v Selah (Celia) Scholl was born about 1795/1797 in , Clark, Kentucky. He married Levina Boone in 1785 in , Clark, Kentucky, USA. Amanda's brothers, George & Daniel Boone Scholl rode with Quantrill's Raiders during the Civil War. He was six foot three inches tall and was engaged in freighting across the plains.