1880 Census Logan Co.Ar Cane Creek
Martin, Jonas w m 47 Farmer Ir Ir Ir
Martin, Harriett w f 49 En En En
Martin, Elizabeth w f 7 Ar Ir En
William N. Calhoun owned land in Wise Co.Tx.
Survey : William N. Calhoun Blk: Grantee: W . Calhoun Abstract: 190, This is on file at County or State Offices.
1860 Wise Co. Tx.
Calhoun, William N. 44 Sc
"""""", Polly wife 39 Sc
"""""", William L.K. son 15 Sc
""""", John C. son 11 Tx
Wilson, Miles 16 Tx
House next door, Calhoun, Elias 22 Sc
"""""", Darcus N. wife 19 Mo.
Early Land Records for Miller Co.Ar
J. C. Wilson- 1842, Martin G. Cagle - 1842, M. Wright -1849
Texas & Pacic Railroad
Enginers: W.H. Wright, Brakman: H.F. Wright
Miller Co. Ar Bio's
J. C. Wilson, Martin G. Cagle, Elijah Simms
Texarkana Daley Independent Newspaper
April 15 1886
J. A. Lightfoot was the Pharmacist
At The Almo
Jesse B. Bowman , born 1785 Tn, died, 6 March 1836 Tx, father of Joseph T. Bowman, born IL and two other unknown children. Residences, Camdem, Ouachita Co. Ar, Hempstead Co. Ar, Red River Co, Tx.
The Story of Georgia and the Georgia People 1732-1860
Complete in one volume
George Gillman Smith D.D
Surname, Brantley, Malachi on two pages
Tennesse State Socitey of the American Revolution
7 Patroits of the Tennessee Society mentions
Henderson, William Capt.
Bowman, Phillip Casper
Brazil, Brazeal, Breazeale, William
Columbia Co. Ar land records
Brantley, Green D. 1-11-1849
Brantley, Jiles 1-9-1860
Brantley, Malachi 1-7-1857
Brasell, Jeptha 1852,1858,1860
Brassell, Jeptha 1855
Brazell, Warren H. 1857
Brazzel, Allen 1837
Brazzell, Frederick 1837
Simms, William 1860
Sims, William M 1846
Crittenden Co. Ky Will of John R. Marvel 1845
Son's Josephus Marvel, john Stephen Marvel, Ephraim R. Marvel, Samuel N.Marvel, George Marvel, daughters, Sarah Marvel, Rebeca Marvel, Nancy Marvel, wife, Nancy Marvel
Will of Malachi Brantley from will book A, 1799-1873
Livingston Co, Ky
Memorandum on Oct 22 1841
Malichi Brantley, wife, Nicey Brantley, son, James Brantley,
Edgecombe Co.NC- Court Minutes 1784-1800
Malichi Brantley. Marmaduke Brantley, Nathan Baggett Sr and ,Jr., Robert McKee, Abraham Baggett, Blake Baggett, Joel Baggett, Abishai Horn, William Horn,
1790 SC Cheraws Dist.
George Wright - 1
George Wright - 2
List of Foreigner imported in the Ship Charming Nancy of London, German Pioneers includes people from the Palatine
Chas. Steadman, master from Rotterdam, qualified Oct 8 1737
Bowman, Hans Jacob
Bowman, Anna Margareta
William and Sarah 1727 Palatine Ship William Hall, master from Rotterdam, to Philadelphia 18th Sept 1727
Bowman, Hans Jerrick # one in the party
Wolf, Jan Bernard, # six in party
Miller Co.Ar Marriages
Lightfoot, George 20 / Boosky, Emma 18 2-19-1896
Burns, Lizzie 21 / Bearden / Beardain , Will 21 7 - 31-1911
Collins, Clara / Byuns/Burns, F.H. 11-21-1884
Shelton. Ella 18 / Chandler, R.W. 25 11-16-1891
Cody, Emmett 22 / McClemmons, Belle 22 3-4-1901
Elkins, George Benette 27 / Shelton , Bobb (female ) 18 3-10-1906
Sims, J.T. 22 / Wilson ,Ida 18 10-22-1912
W.M. Cutchall " Bill " 1868-1958 Concord Cem
H. "Henry " Cutshall 71 yrs no dates ? Harmony Grove Cem.
Clarence Cutchall 1921-1968 Memorial Gradens Cem
James Faulkner born c 16 Jan 1803 died 10 Feb 1877, buried Mark Jones Cem Trigg Co, Ky
John H. Faulkner born c 26 March 1824, died 3 May 1916, buried Mark Jones Cem, Trigg Co.Ky
Faulkner, Matilday / Matilda married Pool, Buckner 25 May 1826 Trigg Co.Ky
Pogue,Ida married Pollard Robert 3 Sept 1898 Trigg Co.Ky
1850 Ala, Pickins Co.
Semes, J. 39 SC
Rhoda wife 26 SC
Elizabeth 11 SC
James 9 Ala
John 8 Ala
Mary 4 Ala
William 2 Ala
Same Year,Same County
Sims, William 28 SC
Jane Wife 21 Tn
Frances 2 Ala
James 2/12 Ala
Ref; pg 532 Abstracts of old ninety six and Abbeville,Dist; SC
Heirs of Thomas Sims 1772-1854
Elijah Sims , Joshua and Eliza Ann Tatum, Daniel W and Amey Sandel, A.L. and Elizabeth Mellown, Benjamin T. Sims, John H and Caroline Coatney, Jackson and Mary Ann Carter.
Heirs of Thomas Sims, deceased
Clovis C Sims, guardian of James J. Sims, Nancy S. Sims, Benjamin Sims, All heirs of Newton Co. Ms. do appoint Abner H McGee,Sr, their attorney to collect what is comming to them from the estate of Thomas Sims, deceased. Also mentions:: Widow, Margaret E. Sims, David McCombs who married Sarah, daughter of Thomas Sims, deceased, John M.Dunlap who married Martha, a granddaughter of Thomas Sims, deceased, John M. Greer,guardian of Benjamin Greer who is entitled to a share through his mother who is deceased.
Henderson Family [ Check my Henderson Family page too ]
This was taken from RoootsWeb Message board [ States this was son of Samuel Henderson Sr. ]
J. M. Henderson / John M. Henderson born c.
1820 SC, married Pemelia unknown as per 1850 census
Children of J. M Henderson and Pemelia unknown
Jackson Henderson born c. Ga Campbell Co.
Malissa Henderson born c. 1847 Ga Campbell Co. married Mr Couch
Mary A Henderson 1850 born c . Ga Campbell Co.
3 more children listed for James M. and Pemelia Henderson from the Couch Family Connection
Andrew Henderson born c. 1845 Campbell Co Ga
William Henderson born c. 1851 Campbell Co.Ga
Julia Henderson born c. 1853 Campbell Co.Ga
I got this from the Couch Family Connections
Alexander Couch born c. 1848, died abt 1880, married to Melissa Henderson born 1847,died 1919, buried Ephesus Church Cem. ,Douglas Co .Ga. daughter of James M.Henderson and Permelia unknown, but it states, James M. Henderson was son of Nathaniel Henderson and Martha unknown. ??? [ more confusion ]
Melissa Henderson Couch also married 2nd to Pleasant Endsley
Names mentioned on list of soldiers
Dobbs Militia --- James and Arbram Baggett [ drummer boy ] Caswell's Soldiers ---- Catp. Joshua Bowman
Richmond Co.Nc marriage records 1783-1872
Bennett Jarell and Nancy Coward 3 Feb 1793 , Witt: James Baggett Jr., Clk: James Terry.
1860 Mortality Schedule Massac Co.Il
Leander Scurlock born Il. ,aged 2 months old ,died March 1860
1870 Mortality Schedule Massac Co.Il
John W.Baggett aged 65 years born Tn. died Sept 1870 , wife Emeline Baggett
1870 Mortality Schuedle Massac Co.Il
William H. Henley aged 4 born Il, died May 1870, son of Benjamin F. Henley
1812 Roster for the Georgia Military
Baggett , Joel Jr
Will for Jacob Dentler 1824 Point Twsp., Northumber Co., Pn
Wife, Elizabeth Guist Dentler, Sons :: Peter, William, John, Jacob, Solomon Dentler, daughters: Barbara Dentler Gottshall, wife of John Gottshall, Carhrine Dentler Gottshall, wife of Michael Gottshall, Mattie Dentler Guist, wife of Adam Guist, granddaughter Cathrine McAnnally, Terrence McAnnally .
Nashville Christian Advocate 1852/1856
Nancy Ann Lavinia Faulkenbury, eldest child of J. A. and E. J .Faulkenbury, Williamson Co. Tn died Jan 31 1856 aged 23 yrs, her brother William James Faulkenbury, died Aug 24 1856 aged 21 yrs
1910 Census Arkansas ,Beech, Miller Co.
Mark E.Thornton Head 38
Bettie [ Betty ] E. Thornton Wife 30
Edward O. Thornton Son 13 Ar
Willey A. Thornton Son 8 Ar
Essa B. [ Essie ] Thornton Daughter 5 Ar
Gerdvile [ Gradell ] Thornton Daughter 5/12 Ar
Census states first marriage for both Mark and Bettie ??
Mark Edward Thornton was son of Wiley Edward and Frances Rececca Green Thornton
Wiley Edward Thornton was son of Marion Cook and Elizabeth Gaither/Elizabeth Malcom Thornton
Marion Cook Thornton was son of Wiley and Harriet Hargrove Hardin Thornton
Wiley Thornton was son of Eldread " Dread " and Rachel unknown Thronton
Eldread Thornton was son of Herod and Phereby [ Pheobe ]?? Hampton / Clenny
None of the Thronton's are proven facts
John Lewis Sims born 17 Feb 1910 , died Feb 1979 Mcloud, Pottawtomie Co. Ok. Anyone know who his parents was ??
Jefferson Sims died 19 July 1912 , married 1st to Eleanor Catoe born June 1834, 2nd to Delila Louise Ellis born May 1856
Children:; Seaborn Sims born 6 April 1858 , Thomas Sims born Oct 1859, Henry J. Sims born April 1861, John Sims born 1866 died 9 Feb 1938, Mary J. Sims born July 1867.
Ambrose " A.J." Jessup Tomlinson born 1866 Washington Co. Ind., son of Milton and Delilah Hiatt Tomlinson, grandson of Robert and Lydia unknown Tomlinson , Ambrose married Mary J. Taylor, Delilah Hiatt was born 1827 Ind.
Sheeks Cem. Lawrence Co. Ind.
Charles R. Tomlinson born May 15 1852 , died Jan 27 1864 Son of John R. and Elizabeth Tomlinson
Elizabeth Tomlinson born March 1 1821, died Dec 12 1910 w/o John
Henry Tomlinson born June 12 1810, died March 27 1960 age 58 yrs 9 mon 15 dys
Harvey Tomlinson born June 26 1862 , died June 6 1898
John C. Tomlinson born Sept 25 1849 , died Sept. 17 1877
John R. Tomlinson born Feb 5 1808, died Feb. 8 1875
Lewellyn Tomlinson born April 19 1875, died Aug 6 1875 s/o W and S. A. Tomlinson
Hulda Faulkingberry born June 26 1818 Lancaster Co. Sc, died Dec 20, 1874 w/o P. W. Faulkinberg
P.W. Faulkinberg born Jan 22 1810, died March 30 1882 / Pitman Warner
I copied the surnames as I found them. This is why everyone had a hard time locating this Faulkinbury line
Stone Co.Mo Pioneers
Horn, Jacob 3rd
Wright ,Mary Jane" Henderson "
Wright, Missouri Ann
Wright, Nancy " Pritchard "
Bowman ,Jane Ann
This was taken from " Wagon Wheels" Logan Co. Ar. Historical Soc.
Prepared by ladies of Logan Co. Ar.
The Joseph Horn Family Braves The Civil War
Joseph Horn born 26 May 1830 and Ruth Box Sims born 2 May 1833 were married in Tennessee. From there they moved to Missouri, made one crop and planned their final move to Arkansas. It was an extremely cold winter that year and they were able to take their ox drawn wagon across the Arkansas River on the ice. They settled about Two and one half miles southwest of Ellsworth, in Johnson Co. Ar. one mile south and west of the present town of Midway, now in Logan Co. Ar. They built a double dog trot house with two hallways which stood untill the 1930's. They had barely made their home there when the Civil War started. In 1860 Joseph Horn joined the Union Army and spent most of his service as a cook in the Union Hospital at Little Rock,Ar. Durning the war the Bushwhackers wouldn't leave the Horn family alone. One day when Ruth was sitting on the front porch churning, they came by and shoved a cat into her full churn of milk. At other times they would kill her chickens or make her do it and she would have to cook for the outlaws. The bushwhackers would take whatever they wanted or could find. One bushwhacker stole Joseph's horse. When he [ Joseph ] returned home from the war he took his gun and went to the bushwhackers home to either " kill or be killed". He brought his horse home.
Joseph lived untill 1895 and Ruth recived a Civil War pension, addressed to Ruth Box Horn. untill her death in 1925. Both Joseph and Ruth were buried in the family cemetery on the old Horn home place.
Many of the Horn and Sims descendents still live in Logan Co. and surrounding Counties of Arkanasas
Will of John Bowman , Washington Co. Tn 1840
Mentions :: Catherine Kleppler, Susannah Keppler, Sarah Zimmermans, Mary Highsinger, Joseph Bowman, Isaac Bowman, Rebecca Meads, Daniel Bowman, Benjamin Bowman, Samuel Bowman. Transcriber was Ronald L. Akers
John Bowman's wife was Eve Elizabeth Steele.
Will of Jacob Klepper 1862 Washington Co. Tn.
Mentions wife Cathrine Bowman, Henry Klepper, Eliza Hagy, Jacob Bowman, Wm. Mathes, Joseph Klepper, John B. Klepper, Sarah Carr, Susannah Range ,Cathrine Range, John H. Range,
Will of William Sims 18 March 1809 Hanover Co. Va.
Mentions daughter Agnus Walton, Sarah Walton, grandsons William T.Sims, Garland L.Sims, Henry Sims, daughter in law Peggy Sims, widowed wife of Garland L Sims,
Will of Agnus Sims Walton 27 June 1854 Hanover Co. Va.
Mentions sister Mary Yeamans, niece Mary Ann Coats, sister Francis White, nephew Andrew G. Walton, brother in law Pleasant Yeamans, Ann Pettus Sims daughter of Garland L. Sims , friend John A. Netherland.
Jan 22 1873
Wreck of the Northfeet? / Fleet? Passangers that was lost
David Sims 27, David Sims Jr. 4, William Sims 30, Abra Sims 37, Lucy Sims 7, Mary Sims 9, Sarah Sims 5, Susan Sims 7 months.
Robert Claude Carrigan
Robert Claude Carrigan was born 22 June 1877 in Yell Co. Ar.. He was son of Robert Armstrong Carrigan and Fannie Tennessee Nunneley . Robert was called Bob by his family and friends. He had a sister Minnie Lee, who was born 3 March 1876. Their father, Robert Armstrong , died when Robert Claude was only a few months old. Robert Claude was raised by his grandparents , the James Nunneleys and Minnie Lee was raised by grandparents, the Hudsons. Their mother remarried 1886 to August Medenwald and had six more children.
Robert Claude married 22 November 1896 to Annie Mary Lewis daughter of Sam and Betty Rollans Carrigan. To this union was born seven children including Grace born 30 Jan 1906 who married Floyd Dink Sims. Robert Claude died 9 Oct. 1943 and Annie died 6 June 1947. They both are buried in Graves Cem. Delaware, Logan Co. Ar. Submitted by a grand daughter for the History of Yell Co.Ar. 1980 ? Dardanelle Post Dispatch.
Land Records in Logan Co. Ar
Thomas Sims on Nov 29 1890 sold 40 acres to George W. Craig
William Sims on Nov 18 1904 purchased 200 acres from J.W. Cravens
William S. Sims and Mrs M. L. Sims on Aug 23 1910 sold 200 acres to John Bowman [ Mertia Louise Faulkinbury Sims ]
Frank M. Faulkinbury on 22 Oct 1889 purchased 42 acres from Hustus Humphry and wife .
Frank M. Faulkinbury on 5 Nov 1891 sold 42 acres to W.R. Veazey and James K. Perry.
Jehu M. Faulkinbury on Dec 13 1899 purchased 42 acres from James K. Perry and his wife W.C. Perry
Jehu M. Faulkinbury on 7 Dec 1903 purchased 78 acres from Clark Tritt and his wife Sarah Tritt
William Hurst born 1746 Va. died 1802 Monongalia Co. WV son of John Hurst and Elizabeth Summers, married Hardy Co. Va to Margaret Elizabeth Sims born 1765 daughter of John Sims .
Julia Sims Cooley , Nancy Jane Sims Harvey, Ephraim and Sarah E. Sims, Thomas and Rebecca Sims, Floyd Sims
Rebecca Sims to James Cannon Aug 8 1859
Margaret Sims to S. W. Narramore June 22 1873
Ephraim Sims to Sarah Lewis July 3 1869
Taylor Sims to Nancy Lewis Aug 17 1867
Thomas Sims to Mary Ann Henry Nov 1 1865
Sallie Sims to William Walker July 11 1868
Susan Sims to Robert Hendon May 26 1877
Mary Sims to J .C. Ables Nov 24 1883
Sallie Sims to George Brown July 21 1886
Rebecca Sims to James Grant Dec.25 1892
Martha Sims to J. F. Hixson Nov 14 1886
John Sims to Ider? Ida ? Cooley Nov 2 1888
Taylor Sims to Lucy McClure March 26 1885
Thomas Sims to Marlirrie? Maralee? Hoodenplye May 13 1892
Thomas Sims to Emma Southerland Nov 22 1891
Guntersville, Ala Dec.18 1928
News article written by John R. Kennemer of Woodville, Ala. [ son of John B. Kennemer ]
Old Settler Dies At Woodville
Thomas Sims buried in historic Ashburn Cem. in what is now Marshall Co. Ala. Nov 7th.
The article states he was born Aug 3 in early 1800's one mile west of Bucksnort, on Gunters mountain before Marshall Co, Ala was created. His mother was Rhoda House and his father was William Sims who helped collect and carry the Cherokee Indians west of the Mississippi River from 1836 to1838. Thomas never needed a pair of glasses to read, He was a great hunter and marksman. Once he bought 30 cents worth of ammunition and with this, shot 29 shot's and killed 28 turkeys. He was in shooting matches with great marksmen like Bunt Peters and Frank Cotten . He was a champion walker and could walk 16 miles in a day. He was an expert with an axe, he helped build the bridge across the Paint Rock River for the Memphis and Charleston railroad in Jackson Co. He was in the Civil War drafted in the Confederate Calavery in 1862 and served under Capt. Henry Smith and while in this service [ he was a expert horseman] he rode a horse across the Tennessee River five times , twice in West Tennessee and three times in Alabama. In 1864 he joined Capt. John B. Kennemer's Union Scouts and Guides. He lived his life in Alabama except for two years spent in Indiana where his first wife Matilda Mays is buried. He returned with three young children to Alabama and married Sarah A. Davis with whom he lived 57 years untill her death.
There was more in the article but I hit the highlights. It also said he had been to Nashville,Tenn
Could this William be the son of Asahel Sims???
Kershaw District, SC 1800 Census
Old 96 and AbbyvilleDistricts, SC Marriages1774-1890
Elizabeth Sims to James Price Bowie
Emma Sims to Elihu Franklin Andrews
Fannie Sims to William A. Andrews
Virginia Bowman to William Norwood Calhoun
Jane Wardlaw Bowman to James Caldwell
Ella Bowman to Caleb Clinkscales
Ida Bowman to Thomas D Cooley
Wiliam W. Bowman to Sarah C Galdwell
SC Marriages 1776 - 1860
Mary E Horne Mrs to Richard M Baker , Rev.
Joseph Tomlinson to Ann Lawrence
Rebecca Horn to Andrew B. Nesbitt
Paul J Simmes, Col. to Emily J Hemphill
Gilmore W. Simms to Chevillette Roach
John T Syme Jr. to Sarah D Simmons
Andrew J. T .Simmes, Maj. to Antoinette Tait
Joseph Thomlinson to Ann Lawrence
Fred Sims to Susan Wells
Harriet Sims to H. W. Campbell, Capt.
Sallie J Tomlinson to William Palmer
Julia B Simms to Samuel Raney Jr.
C. E. Simms to Mrs Sarah Pinchback
Robert M Simms to Kate C Lucky
Leander R Tomlinson, Capt. to Martha S. Wright
Elenora Bowman ,Mrs to John C. McCauldless
Louisa Co. Va. Deeds
23 - Oct. 1789 Book F, Page O Asa Sims mentioned
09 - Jun 1780 Book H, Page 335 Asa Sims mentioned
03 - Nov 1783 Book H, Page 387 Asa Sims mentioned
Could this be our Asa or could this be the person our Asa was named after ????
Louisa Co. Va. Will and Probate Records Either mentioned or was in the wills
John Sims Lewis Sims
Jane Sims Allen Sims
Asa Sims James Sims
David Sims Anderson Sims
Anne Sims Chapman Sims
Benjamin Sims to son's Garland and John Sims
Anna S. Sims
Nancy Sims to brother Munroe Sims and sister Kathrine Elizabeth Sims
F.W. Sims Embeline B. Sims
George A. Sims Emmy B. Sims
Henretta I. Sims John L. Sims
Merewether S.Sims Micajah Sims
Nathan Sims Thomas Sims
Vadem Sims Phildelphia Sims
Saley Sims Susan Ann Sims
William Sims Mary Sims
1624 JamesTown, Va. Basse Choise Parrish or County
Louisa Co. Va. Marriages
Nancy Sims to Supra / Suprey Bunch 4 - 30 - 1799
Susan A. Sims to Benjamin R. Roberts 3 - 24 - 1831
David Sims Jr. to Elizabeth Dickerson 2 - 13 - 1779
Cathrine S. J . Sims to William J. Thompson 12 - 6 - 1858 daughter of Richard and Henrietta Sims
Louisa Co. Va. Plats or Plot's of Land
John Sims Col. Symes Symmes, Col.
Edward Sims John Symes
George Sims John Symes, Capt Sarah Syme
Matthew Sims Col. John Syme
Madison Co. Tn Census 1830
Wright, John W.
2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment Confererate Roll of Honor
Dury F. Sims Pvt. Co: I Battlename: Talleys Mill 5-10-1864 Killed in action : yes
Richard A. Sims Pvt. Co: I """""""" Weldon Railroad Aug. 19 1864 """" no
William J. Sims Pvt. Co. I """" Seven Pines 5-31-1862""""" yes
Edgecombe Co. / Bladen Co. NC 1743-1790
Joseph Sims mentioned
Benjamin Sims mentioned
Patriot of Revolutionary War
Thomas Sims Va. born 2 Apr 1730 died 22 Jun 1802
Laurens Co. SC 1791-1800 Register of Deeds
Druy Sims Indenture pg 84
Micajah Sims Bill of Sale pg 81
Micajah Sims Bill of Sale pg 610
John Webb Jr born 1674 Richmond, Richmond Co. Va. died 1721 Northampton,Va. married Hannah Sims born abt.1678 Va.
15th Ala. Infantry Muster Roll Co: H. Glenville Guards
James M. Sims 3rd Cpl. 3rd Sgt. enlisted aged 17, a merchant, wounded, Chickamauga, Knoxville, the Wilderness, Ft. Harrison,
Jasper Sims enlisted 10 March 1862 aged 23 killed in action Sharpsburg
1764 Culpeper Co. Va Rent Rolls Jeremia Simm, James Sims
Dury Sims and Micajah Sims both received bounty land grants for service in the revolutionary war in Jackson,Smith, and Sumner Counties,Tn. They fought in Va.and NC and came from Halifax Co, Va.
Halifax Co. Va 1782 census
David Simms 5 whites 29 blacks
Matthew Sims 8 whites 26 blacks
William Sims [ estate ] 5 whites 18 blacks
1800 Wayne Co. NC
Barnaba Simms, Abraham Sims, Benjamin Sims, Bruton Sims, Shadrach Sims
Lee Co. Va personal property tax list
Robert Simms Jr. , James Sims, Micajah Sims, Robert Sims, William Sims
First Grand Jury of Campbell Co. Ga.
Stephen Baggett was elected to be on it
James T. Henderson,Pvt. Sept 17 1861 deserted near Petersburg,Va. Aug 26 1864. Took oath of allegiance to US Govt. Oct 21 1864. Receved at miltary prison at Chattanooga, Tn. Oct 22 1864
Samuel Henderson Pvt. Feb. 19 1862 died at Fredericksburg,Va. Apr 11 1862
Consolidated Muster roll Confederate Solidiers from Campbell Co. Ga.
Henderson, J.H. pvt Co. F 30th Ga. Volunteer Infantry
Henderson, James M. pvt. F 30th """"""""""""""
Henderson, James T. pvt. C 35th """"""""
Henderson, Samuel pvt. C 35th """"""""""""
3rd Tn. Mtd. Inf. Regt. USA Casualties
John H. Cagle of Co. E was killed in action by confederates at Lee's Ferry in Anderson Co. on 6 Sept. 1864. Thomas Glenn Boyd of Sweetwater obtained a pension for his ( Cagle ) widow and then, when the substitute muster roll of Capt. Golman Bryson's company was made up by Tom Boyd, he fraudulently entered the name of Cagle on the roll, but changed the name to James Cagle, However an alert clerk in the pension office prevented any payment of duplicate in this case. Tom Boyd was subsequently indicted some 30 times for fraud against the USA.
Wayne Co. Tenn. court minutes Sept. 1848 - Jun. 1854
The day come in to court Mathew J. Sims who was on the 11th day of Oct. last duly and constitutionally elected Justice of the Peace. Civil District #8 Wayne Co. Tenn.
I typed it as found.
-Marshall Co. Ala. Marriage's
Sims, Almeda to Mahan,E.C. 5 Mar1862
Sims, Francis to Whithen,John 10 Mar 1866
Sims, J ohn to Mills,Sarah returned 15 Sept 1858
Sims, John to May,Patsey 17 Nov 1858
Sims, Thomas to Mays,Matilda 12 Apr 1859
Sims, Tabitha to Ashburn, Bird 5 Apr 1862 no return
Sims, Thomas A. to Davis,Sarah 25 Oct 1870
Sims, James A. to Wilkinson,Susan 12 Jan 1873
Sims, Mahala to Anderson, Calvin 1 May 1850
Sims, Stacy to Cornelius,James 9 Aug 1849
Sims, William to Whitaker,Polly Ann 23 Aug 1852
Sims, George to Pritchett, Mulula Ann 23 Aug 1852
Wilson, Silas to Middleton, Susan 20 Nov 1879 bond by Thomas Sims
Sims, Joseph to Mitchen,Dicy 11 Apr 1880
Sims, Martin to Jones,David 7 May 1884 at Thomas Sims house
Sims, Joseph to Roberts,Millei 18 May 1884
Sims, Lenard to Maroney 20 Mar 1882
Sims,James A. to Duvall, Christsian Ann 6 Mar 1882
Sims,John to Bradford, Dicy 16 Apr 1882
Sims, Cathrine to Dunn, William 2 Apr 1846
Sims,Tempa to Sims, William 19 Sept 1843 no return
1790 SC Cheraw Dist. Simms, Rebecca
Spartanburgh Co.SC 1790
_Orangeburg Dist, South Part , SC 1790
Simm ??, James
Franklin Co. Tn Marriages Reconstructed 1825
Poe, James to Baggett,Mary 12 July 1825
Sims, Elisha Dr. to Rawlins, Elizabeth T. 11 Nov 1828
1790 Census Laurens Co SC
Simms,William living next to Absalon Bobo
Camden District, Fairfield Co. SC 1790
Camden Co. Landcaster Co. SC 1790
Sims, William Jr
Camden Dist. Richland Co. SC 1790
Charleston Dist. St Phillips and St. Michaels Parrish ,SC 1790
Charleston Dist. St. Thomas Parrish and part of Cheraw Dist. SC 1790
Georgetown,Prince George Parrish SC 1790
Abbeville Co,SC 1790
Greenville Co. SC 1790
Newberry Co. SC 1790
Unknown Co. or Dist SC
Cherokee Co.Ala Marriages
Sims,W.L.D. to Starling, Miss Polly Dec 01 1892 Book D Pg 184
Sims,W.H. to Locklear, Mattie Lee 01 Nov 1892 Book D Pg 147
Sims,W.J. to Hale, Mrs Elizabeth 26 Aug 1883 Book A Pge 184
Simms,W.A to Higgins, Miss Idella 29 Dec 1888 > Sims spelled Smims [ typo ??] Book C Pge 161
Charlotte Doom daughter of Jacob and Sarah Love Doom married A.J.P. Gaines
Daisy Dooms married Thomas L.Robertson children ::John T Robertson, William C Robertson
Anna Doom born 1855 married 1875 John Allen Setliff , Anna Doom was daughter of Benjamin and Amanda Madewell Doom, John A. Setliff was son of Lewis Lenore William and Marion Malindia Morris. John A.Setliff was buries in the Doom Chapel Cem, Ky.
Child of Anna Doom and John A Setliff ,:"" Walter S.Setliff born 15 March 1876 Lyon Co. Ky. died 14 Feb 1902 Lyon Co. Ky.
Inscription at Strasburg,Shenandoah Co. Va.
The stone house to the south is Ft.Bowman, or Harmany Hall, built abt. 1753 for George Bowman,who emigrated from Pennsylvinia in 1731-1732. The house is an important example of the Pennsylvinia German influence on Shenandoah valley architecture. There was born Maj. Joseph Boman, second in command in Gen.George Rogers Clark's expendition for the conquwst of the Revolutionary War. Among those buried in the Bowman Cemetery nearby are Joseph Bowman's brother,Capt.Isaac Bowman. There are two stories about Joseph Bowman:: Forgotten Hero and The Forgotten Long Knife. GREAT READING !!!!.