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#3 Robert Clementus LACKEY and Pantha Susan BECKHAM

Footnotes are from R.C. and Pantha Lackey's Story Page.

[1] Confederate States Army, Compiled Service Records, Thirty-Eighth Infantry; North Carolina Troops Roster, (Raleigh, North Carolina: Division of Archives and History, 1985)

[2] North Carolina Troops Roster, (Raleigh, North Carolina: Division of Archives and History, 1985)

[3] Confederate States Army, Compiled Service Records, Thirty-Eighth Infantry; North Carolina Troops Roster, (Raleigh, North Carolina: Division of Archives and History, 1985)

[4] North Carolina Death Certificate, North Carolina State Archives

[5] Alexander County Estates Records, North Carolina State Archives

[6] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979

[7] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census (misrecorded as Francis S. Beckham)

[8] William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[9] Confederate States Army, Compiled Service Records, Seventh Regiment

[10] Claims for Bounty Pay, Civil War Collection, 37.1, North Carolina State Archives

[11] 1900 Latah County, Idaho Federal Census, (Hiram W Harkness

[12] Alexander County Estates Record, Hial B. Harkness, 1862, North Carolina State Archives

[13] Alexander County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives

[14] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979

[15] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979

[16] 1920 Okanogan County, Washington Federal Census (Neil W Harkness)

[17] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979

[18] 1910/1920 Alexander County Federal Census

[19] Gravestone, Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC

[20] Widow’s Application for Confederate Pension, State Auditor, North Carolina State Archives

[21] North Carolina Death Certificate, North Carolina State Archives

[22] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

#5 Alexander W. LACKEY and Susan KIRBY

Footnotes are from Alexander and Susan Lackey's Story Page.

[1] Gravestone, Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC.

[2] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[3] Gravestone, Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC.

[4] 1880 Alexander County Federal Census

[5] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[6] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[7] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[8] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[9] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[10] 1870 Alexander County Federal Census

[11] 1880 Alexander County Federal Census

[12] The Heritage of Alexander County, Volume 1

[13] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[14] Gravestone, Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC


#1 Arthur Dwight "Buck" Lackey and Maude Beatrice JOLLEY

Footnotes are from Buck and Bea Lackey's Story Page

[1] Statement of Service in World War II, North Carolina State Archives

[2] Alexander County Marriage Licenses, North Carolina State Archives

[3] Photographs in possession of Lydia Lackey Kanupp, Hickory, NC

[4] 1930 Stanly County Federal Census, (Arthur D Laskey); Powell, William S. North Carolina Gazetteer, (Raleigh: UNC Press, 1968).

[5] 1920 Stanly County Federal Census

[6] Alexander County Superior Court Minutes, February Term, 1945, Vol. G, p 350, Bonnie Faye Lackey v. Arthur Dwight Lackey

[7] Statement of Service in World War II, North Carolina State Archives

[8] Family recollection

[9] Statement of Service in World War II, North Carolina State Archives

[10] Gravestone, Grandin Baptist Church, Grandin, NC

[11] Gravestone, Grandin Baptist Church, Grandin, NC

[12] Family recollection

[13] North Carolina Death Certificate, North Carolina State Archives

[14] Gravestone, Grandin Baptist Church, Grandin, NC

#2 Huron Loyla LACKEY and Addie Elizabeth MATHESON

Footnotes are from Huron Loyla LACKEY and Addie MATHESON's story page.

[1] North Carolina Death Certificate, North Carolina State Archives

[2] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[3] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[4] Gravestone, Hiddenite Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC

[5] Alexander County Marriage Licenses, North Carolina State Archives

[6] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[7] Gravestone, Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC

[8] 1900 Alexander County Federal Census

[9] 1920 Stanly County Federal Census, (Olney Lacey)

[10] 1920 Alexander County Federal Census

[11] 1930 Alexander County Federal Census

[12] 1930 Alexander County Federal Census

[13] Family recollection

[14] Family recollection

[15] Gravestone, Hiddenite Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC

[16] North Carolina Death Certificate, Addie Elizabeth Lackey, 23 February 1957, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina State Archives.

 

#9 Moses LACKEY and Margaret (LUSK?)

Footnotes are from Moses and Margaret Lackey's Story Page

[1] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[2] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[3] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[4] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[5] 1790/1800/1810 North Carolina Federal Census

[6] 1790 Iredell County Federal Census

[7] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[8] 1820 Iredell County Federal Census

[9] 1830 Iredell County Federal Census

[10] 1820 Iredell County Federal Census

[11] 1830 Iredell County Federal Census

[12] 1840 Iredell County Federal Census

[13] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[14] 1840 Iredell County Federal Census

[15] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census, Slave Population Schedule

[16] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[17] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[18] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[19] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

#17 William LACKEY and Agnes "Nancy" STEVENSON

Footnotes are from William and Nancy Lackey's Story Page

[1] Daughters of the American Revolution Patriot Index, 1990, page 1724.

[2] See summary of George Lackey.

[3] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[4] Rowan County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives

[5] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979. (The family history book used the known birth dates of Moses, Alexander and Eneas to divine the birth years of the other children. The birth order for Mary and Martha is corrent based on their ages on their husbands' 1820 census records).

[6] A History of the Lackey Family by Mrs. J.G. Lackey and Mrs. H.G. Duncan, 1979.

[7] 1790/1800 Iredell County Federal Census

[8] Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers, William Lackey, Treasurer’s and Comptroller’s Papers, North Carolina State Archives

[9] 1790 Iredell County Federal Census

[10] 1800 Iredell County Federal Census

[11] 1810 Iredell County Federal Census

[12] Iredell County Wills, William Lackey, 1820, North Carolina State Archives

[13] Iredell County Estates Records, William Lackey, 1822, North Carolina State Archives

[14] 1820 Iredell County Federal Census

[15] 1830 Iredell County Federal Census (Agnes Lackey)

[16] 1840 Iredell County Federal Census (Agness Lackey)

[17] Iredell County Wills, William Lackey, 1820, North Carolina State Archives

[18] Iredell County Wills, James Stevenson, 1817, North Carolina State Archives

[19] Iredell County Estates Records, James Stevenson, 1820, North Carolina State Archives

[20] 1830 Iredell County Federal Census (Agnes Lackey)

[21] 1840 Iredell County Federal Census (Agness Lackey)

#33 (George LACKEY and Elizabeth)

Footnotes are from George and Elizabeth Lackey's Story Page.

[1] Revolutionary War Pension Applications, George Lackey, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC; Revolutionary War Pension Applications, Thomas Lackey, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC.

 

#4 Joseph Pinckney MATHESON and Theresa McGINNIS

Footnotes are from Joseph and Theresa's Story Page

[1] Gravestone, Taylorsville Cemetery, Taylorsville, NC

[2] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[3] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census; Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[4] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[5] Stroupe, Vernon S., et al.. Post Offices and Postmasters of North Carolina, 1996.

[6] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[7] 1860 Watauga County Federal Census

[8] Bradley, Stephen E., Jr. North Carolina Confederate Militia Officers Roster, 1992.

[9] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[10] Bradley, Stephen E., Jr. North Carolina Confederate Militia and Home Guard Records.

[11] 1900 Alexander County Federal Census

[12] 1910 Alexander County Federal Census, Huron/Addie Lackey; North Carolina Death Certificate

[13] Gravestone, Taylorsville Cemetery, Taylorsville, NC

[14] 1870 Alexander County Federal Census

[15] North Carolina Death Certificate (Theresa Matheson); Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[16] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[17] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[18] Alexander County, Official’s Bonds and Records, North Carolina State Archives; Treasurer’s and Comptroller’s Papers, Oaths, Bonds and Sureties, North Carolina State Archives

[19] 1870 Alexander County Federal Census; Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[20] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[21] Tomlinson, J.S., Tar Heel Sketch-Book: A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Life and Public Acts of the Members of the General Assembly of North Carolina, Session of 1879.

[22] 1879 North Carolina Senate Journal

[23] Treasurer’s and Comptroller’s Papers, General Assembly: Pay and Expenses, Box 15, North Carolina State Archives

[24] 1880 Alexander County Federal Census

[25] Alexander County Official’s Bonds and Records, Court Case Involving Sheriff Mays, 1885, North Carolina State Archives; The Heritage of Alexander County

[26] Alexander County Will of J.P. Matheson, Will Book C, page 56, 19 October 1909, North Carolina State Archives

[27] North Carolina Death Certificate, Alexander County, Theresa Matthewson, 19 August 1915, North Carolina State Archives

#13 MATHESON

Footnotes are for MATHESON's Story Page

 [1] 1820 Iredell County Federal Census

[2] 1830 Iredell County Federal Census

 

#7 William MATHESON and Jane BOGLE

Footnotes are for William and Jane Matheson's Story Page

[1] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[2] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[3] 1830 Iredell County Federal Census

[4] 1850/1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[5] 1840 Alexander County Federal Census

[6] Alexander County Record of Deeds, Book 1, page 44, North Carolina State Archives

[7] Powell, William S. The North Carolina Gazetteer. (UNC Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1968).

[8] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[9] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[10] 1870 Alexander County Federal Census

[11] 1870/1880 Alexander County Federal Census

#6 William M. BECKHAM and Rebecca DOUB

Footnotes are from William and Rebecca Doub's Story Page

[1] North Carolina Cemetery Survey, Beckham Cemetery, Alexander County, North Carolina State Archives (this cemetery, surveyed in 1986, is located to the left of State Road 1458 about half-way between SR 1001 and S. Yadkin River. Cemetery is in a field about 200 yards on the property of Solon Mitchell and contains 24 graves); Alexander County Wills, Lemuel Beckham, North Carolina State Archives

[2] Stokes County Marriage Bond, North Carolina State Archives

[3] North Carolina Cemetery Survey, Beckham Cemetery, Alexander County, North Carolina State Archives

[4] Stokes County Wills, Jacob Doub, 1837, North Carolina State Archives

[5] Gravestone, Sulphur Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Hiddenite, NC

[6] 1850/1860/1870 Alexander County Federal Census

[7] Stokes County Marriage Bond, North Carolina State Archives

[8] 1860/1870 Alexander County Federal Census (the 1860 census lists him as 10 year old W.A. Beckham. Research indicates that this is actually W.C. because there is no further record of a W.A. Beckham and there is no other W.C. Beckham on the 1860 census).

[9] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census, Lackey Family History, by Mrs. Jay Lackey.

[10] William M. Beckham Account Book 1836-1867, Rare Book and Manuscripts Collection Library, Duke University.

[11] 1850 Iredell County Federal Census

[12] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census, Slave Schedule

[13] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census; Alexander County Estates Records, North Carolina State Archives

[14] Alexander County Estates Records, North Carolina State Archives

[15] Leary, Helen F. M., North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History. (North Carolina Genealogy Society: Raleigh, NC, 1996).

[16] Iredell County Estates Records, North Carolina State Archives; Alexander County Estates Records, North Carolina State Archives

[17] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[18] North Carolina Troops, Vol. IX, p 525. (record is for Lemon J. Beckham, but there is no other mention of a Lemon Beckham and the ages match for the man to be Jacob.Jacob’s grandfather Lemuel refers to Jacob in his will as Lemuel W. Beckham. The Lemuel could be confused as Lemon).

[19] 1870 Alexander County Federal Census

[20] 1880 Alexander County Federal Census

[21] 1900 Alexander County Federal Census; Gravestone, Rocky Springs United Methodist Church, Taylorsville, NC.

[22] Gravestone, Rocky Springs United Methodist Church, Taylorsville, NC.

#11 Lemuel BECKHAM and Nancy

Footnotes are from Lemuel and Nancy Beckham's Story Page.

[1] North Carolina Cemetery Survey, Beckham Cemetery, Alexander County, North Carolina State Archives (this cemetery, surveyed in 1986, is located to the left of State Road 1458 about half-way between SR 1001 and S. Yadkin River. Cemetery is in a field about 200 yards on the property of Solon Mitchell and contains 24 graves)

[2] 1810 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Lemuel (Samuel) Beckham, page 195, North Carolina State Archives.

[3] North Carolina Cemetery Survey, Beckham Cemetery, Alexander County, North Carolina State Archives

[4] 1810 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Lemuel (Samuel) Beckham, page 195, North Carolina State Archives.

[5] Will of Lemuel Beckham, Alexander County, North Carolina, C.003.80001, Book A, Page 19, North Carolina State Archives. Proven in court March 1867.

[6] 1810 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Lemuel (Samuel) Beckham, page 195, North Carolina State Archives; 1820 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Lemuel Beckham, page 24, North Carolina State Archives.

[7] Will of Lemuel Beckham, Alexander County, North Carolina, C.003.80001, Book A, Page 19, North Carolina State Archives. Proven in court March 1867.; Stokes County Marriage Bonds, William Beckham, North Carolina State Archives; 1850/1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[8] 1900 Alexander County Federal Census; Gravestone, Rocky Springs United Methodist Church, Taylorsville, NC.

[9] Alexander County Estates Records, North Carolina State Archives

[10] Leary, Helen F. M., North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History. (North Carolina Genealogy Society: Raleigh, NC, 1996).

[11] 1840 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Lemuel Beckham, North Carolina State Archives.

[12] North Carolina Cemetery Survey, Beckham Cemetery, Alexander County, North Carolina State Archives

[13] 1850/1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[14] North Carolina Cemetery Survey, Beckham Cemetery, Alexander County, North Carolina State Archives; Will of Lemuel Beckham, Alexander County, North Carolina, C.003.80001, Book A, Page 19, North Carolina State Archives. Proven in court March 1867; Alexander County Estates Records, Lemuel Beckham, North Carolina State Archives

[15] Will of Lemuel Beckham, Alexander County, North Carolina, C.003.80001, Book A, Page 19, North Carolina State Archives. Proven in court March 1867

[16] North Carolina Troops Roster, (Raleigh, North Carolina: Division of Archives and History, 1985)

#21 BECKHAM

Footnotes are from Beckham's Story Page

[1] 1790/1800/1810 North Carolina Federal Census

[2] Granville County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives

[3] Beckham, James Madison. Genealogy of the Beckham Family in Virginia and the Branches thereof in Kentucky, Tennessee, Pensylvania and West Virginia with Family Sketches,(Richmond, 1910).

 

#8 John McGINNIS and Priscilla WALKER

Footnotes are from John and Priscilla McGinnis' Story Page.

[1] 1880 Watauga County Federal Census; North Carolina Death Certificate, Alexander County, Theresa Matthewson, 19 August 1915, North Carolina State Archives

[2] 1880 Watauga County Federal Census; North Carolina Death Certificate, Alexander County, Theresa Matthewson, 19 August 1915, North Carolina State Archives

[3] John McGinnis and Priscella Walker, 14 December 1835, Wilkes County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives

[4] 1850 Washington County, Tennessee Federal Census (John McGines)

[5] 1840/1850 Wilkes County Federal Census

[6] 1860 Watauga County Federal Census

[7] 1840 Wilkes County Federal Census

[8] 1850 Washington County, Tennessee Federal Census (John McGines)

[8] 1870 Watauga County Federal Census (John Magennis)

[9] 1910 Watauga County Federal Census (Isaac McGinnis)

[10] 1870 Watauga County Federal Census

[11] 1870 Watauga County Federal Census

[12] 1860 Watauga County Federal Census

[13] 1880 Watauga County Federal Census

#54 SMITH

Footnotes are from SMITH Family Story Page

[1] The Heritage of Alexander County, Vol I., p7-8, 134-135.

[2] Iredell County Estate Records, Robert Bogle, 1803, North Carolina State Archives.

#94 Johann Aldolph JUNCK and Anna Maria

Footnotes are from Johann and Anna Maria's Story Page

[1] Translation of German documents, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, Special Collection Library, Duke University 

#34 James STEVENSON and (Sarah KELLY)

Footnotes are from James and Sarah's Story Page

[1] Casey, Robert Brooks. "Stevenson, Arrington & Tucker Families", Available: www.rcasey.net/steven/stejame1.htm, accessed 7 Dec 2007.

[2] Iredell County Wills, James Stevenson, 1817, North Carolina State Archives

[3] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census: 1850 Washington County, Arkansas Federal Census (Mary Arrington)

[4] Gravestone, James Stevenson, Jr., Vashti Cemetery, Vashti, Alexander County, North Carolina (located on Old Vashti Road (State Road 1423) off Vashti Road (State Road 1403))

[5] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census: 1850 Washington County, Arkansas Federal Census (Mary Arrington)

[6] Rowan County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives; 1850 Alexander County County Federal Census (William Stevenson)

[7] Gravestone, James Stevenson, Jr., Vashti Cemetery, Vashti, Alexander County, North Carolina (located on Old Vashti Road (State Road 1423) off Vashti Road (State Road 1403))

[8] Rowan County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives

[9] Revolutionary War Pension Files, George Lackey, S8820, Thomas Lackey, W20373

[10] 1790/1800/1810/1820 Iredell County Federal Census

[11] Iredell County Wills, James Stevenson, 1817, North Carolina State Archives

[12] Iredell County Estates, James Stevenson, 1820, North Carolina State Archives

[13] Iredell County Estates, James Stevenson, 1820, North Carolina State Archives

[14] 1790 Iredell County Federal Census

[15] 1800/1810 Iredell County Federal Census

[16] Iredell County Estate, James Stevenson, 1820, North Carolina State Archives

[17] (Memoirs of the Stevenson Family of North Carolina, Statesville, North Carolina, July 15, 1982, by grandchild of James Stevenson, II), Casey, Robert Brooks. "Stevenson, Arrington & Tucker Families", Available: www.rcasey.net/steven/stejame1.htm, accessed 7 Dec 2007.

[18] Vashti Cemetery, Vashti, Alexander County, North Carolina (located on Old Vashti Road (State Road 1423) off Vashti Road (State Road 1403))

[19] (Memoirs of the Stevenson Family of North Carolina, Statesville, North Carolina, July 15, 1982, by grandchild of James Stevenson, II), Casey, Robert Brooks. "Stevenson, Arrington & Tucker Families", Available: www.rcasey.net/steven/stejame1.htm, accessed 7 Dec 2007.

[20] Casey, Robert Brooks. “Stevenson, Arrington & Tucker Families”, www.rcasey.net/steven/stejame1.htm, accessed 7 Dec 2007.

 

#67 (Henry) STEVENSON

Footnotes are from Henry Stevenson's Story Page

[1] Stevenson, Rev. Samuel Harris, Rev. J.A. Stevenson, Hon. W.F. Stevenson and Miss Mabel K. Stevenson. A History and Genealogical Record of the Stevenson Family From 1748 to 1979, (Wendell, NC: Avera Press, 1979) North Carolina State Library 929.2 S847S.

[2] Casey, Robert Brooks. “Stevenson, Arrington & Tucker Families”, www.rcasey.net/steven/stejame1.htm, accessed 7 Dec 2007.

 

#48 Johannes Friedrich FISCUS and Eva Marie

Footnotes from Johannes and Eva Marie Fiscus' Story Page

[1] Surry County Wills, Fredrick Fishcus, 1772, North Carolina State Archives

[2] "Fiscus family", available: www.fmoran.com/fiscus.html, 7/9/2004.

[3] Ship List, Loyal Judith, 1743, Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, LL.D. Pennsylvania German Pioneers. Vol. 1. (Camden, Maine: Picton Press), 1992. Also available from, The Palatine Project, www.palproject.org/pa/1743lj.htm, 7 December 2007.

[4] "Fiscus family", available: www.fmoran.com/fiscus.html, 7 December 2007.

[5] Surry County Wills, Fredrick Fishcus, 1772, North Carolina State Archives; Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts, Adam Fiscus, S16115

[6] Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts, Adam Fiscus, S16115; Surry County Wills, Fredrick Fishcus, 1772, North Carolina State Archives

[7] Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts, Adam Fiscus, S16115; Moravian Records, Bethania Diary, January 1763.

[8] Surry County Wills, Fredrick Fishcus, 1772, North Carolina State Archives

[9] Moravaian Records, Bethabara Diary, January 1772

[10] Surry County Wills, Fredrick Fishcus, 1772, North Carolina State Archives

[11] Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts, Adam Fiscus, S16115

[12] Moravian Records, Bethania Diary, Mary 1783

[13] Moravian Records, Bethania Diary, February 1786

[14] Moravian Records, Salem Diary, February 1786

#99 Fiscus

Footnotes are from the Fiscus Story Page

[1]Ship List, Loyal Judith, 1743, Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, LL.D. Pennsylvania German Pioneers. Vol. 1. (Camden, Maine: Picton Press), 1992. Also available from, The Palatine Project, www.palproject.org/pa/1743lj.htm, 7 December 2007.

 

#46 Jacobus Wernhardt "Werner" SPANHOUER and Elisbeth LOHNER/CRON

Footnotes are from Werner and Elisabeth Spainhour's Family Page

[1] Shiplist from the Friendship, 1740, [List 75 A], Pennsylvania German Pioneers,Vol. 1 (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1992).

[2] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, NC

[3] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, NC

[4] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, NC

[5] Moravian Memoir of John Jacob Spaenhouer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, NC

[6] Pennsylvania Marriage Records, www.muttenzdescendants.org/library/research

[7] Bethania Moravian Church Catalog of 1780 lists Elisabeth Cron Sponhouer. Pennsylvania Marriage Records, www.muttenzdescendants.org/library/research

[8] “Spainhour Excursus”, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscripts and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[9] Surry County Wills, Werner Spunhouer 1786, North Carolina State Archives

[10] LDS film #0874184, #0941097, #0020497.

[11] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

[12] Moravian Memoir of John Jacob Spaenhouer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

[13] Moravian Memoir of John Jacob Spaenhouer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

[14] Surry County, North Carolina Land Grants, North Carolina State Archives

[15] Moravian Memoir of John Jacob Spaenhouer, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

[16] Powell, William S. North Carolina Gazetteer, (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1968).

[17] Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers, Werner Spoonhour, North Carolina State Archives

[18] Surry County Wills, Werner Spunhouer, 1786, North Carolina State Archives

[19] Surry County Wills, Werner Spunhouer, 1786, North Carolina State Archives

[20] Surry County Wills, Werner Spunhouer, 1786, North Carolina State Archives

[21] Surry County Wills, Werner Spunhouer, 1786, North Carolina State Archives

[22] Surry County Estates Records, Werner Spaenhower, 1787, North Carolina State Archives

[23] Stokes County Estates Records, Werner Spainhour, 1804, North Carolina State Archives

[24] Moravian Records, June 6, 1787, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

[25] Stokes County Estates Records, Werner Spainhour, 1804, North Carolina State Archives

#95 Jacobus Wernhardt SPANHOUER and Elsbeth SPITTELER

Footnotes are from Wernhardt and Elsbeth's Story Page

[1] Records of the First Reformed Church in Pratteln, Switzerland, 1714.

[2] Records of the First Reformed Church in Pratteln, Switzerland, 1692.

[3] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer. Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[4] Faust, Albert Bernhardt and Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh, eds. Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies, (Washington, DC: The National Genealogical Society, 1925); Spainhour Excursus”, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscripts and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[5] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer. Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[6] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer. Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[7] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer. Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[8] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer. Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[9] Shiplist from the Friendship, 1740, [List 75 A], Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol. 1 (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1992).

[10] “A New World Adventure: Muttenz to California in the 18th Century”. Available www.muttenzdescendants.org

[11] “A New World Adventure: Muttenz to California in the 18th Century”. Available www.muttenzdescendants.org

[12] Moravian Memoir of Johannes Heinrich (John Henry) Sponhauer. Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[13] Faust, Albert Bernhardt and Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh, eds. Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies, (Washington, DC: The National Genealogical Society, 1925), 214.

 

#185 SPANHOUER Ancestors

 

Footnotes are from Spanhouer Story Page

[1]“Spainhour Family”. Online. Available: www.fmoran.com/spainhr.html, 7 December 2007; “Spainhour Excursus”, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscripts and Special Collection Library, Duke University

 

#24 (Jacob HELSEBECK) and (Eva Marie FISCUS)

Footnotes are from Jacob and Eva Marie's Story Page.

[1] Revolutionary War Pension Application Abstract, Jacob Hilsabeck; Shiplist, Beulah 1753, [List 197], Pennsylvania German Pioneers, (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1992).

[2] Surry County Wills, Fredrick Fishcus, 1772, North Carolina State Archives

[3] This information has not yet been substantiated with original documentation. This information comes from a secondary source at http://www.fmoran.com/helsabk.html, (14 December 2007). The provider of the information is listed as Joseph Kirk Hilsabeck at josephkhilsabeck@yahoo.com, 5543 Browns Pt Blvd. NE, Tacoma, WA 98422.

[4] Revolutionary War Pension Application Abstract, Jacob Hilsabeck; Treasurer’s and Comptroller’s Papers, Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers, and Revolutionary War Army Accounts, North Carolina State Archives

[5] 1784, 1785, 1786, 1789, Surry County Tax Lists, North Carolina State Archives

[6] Secretary of State Land Grants, Stokes County, #252, Jacob Helsepeck, 1796, North Carolina State Archives

[7] Bethania Diary, 1783, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, p.1867

[8] Bethania Diary, February 1786, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina

[9] 1790 Stokes County Federal Census

[10] 1800 Stokes County Federal Census

[11] 1810 Stokes County Federal Census

[12] 1820 Stokes County Federal Census; 1830 Stokes County Federal Census

[13] 1830 Stokes County Federal Census

[14] Bethania Diary, 1848, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Vol. 10, p.5285

#47 Jurg Frederich HILSABECK and Catharina (BERTSCH)

Footnotes are from Fredrich and Catharina's Story Page.

[1] This information has not yet been substantiated with original documentation. This information comes from a secondary source at http://www.fmoran.com/helsabk.html, (14 december 2007). The provider of the information is Joseph Kirk Hilsabeck at josephkhilsabeck@yahoo.com, 5543 Browns Pt Blvd. NE, Tacoma, WA 98422.

[2] Shiplist, Beulah 1753, [List 197], Pennsylvania German Pioneers, (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1992).

[3] Stokes County Wills, Friderick Hilsebeck, 1799, North Carolina State Archives; 1790 Stokes County Federal Census

[4] Revolutionary War Pension Application Abstracts, Jacob Hilsabeck

[5] Surry County Tax Lists, North Carolina State Archives

[6] Secretary of State Land Grants, Surry County, Frederick Helsebeck, North Carolina State Archives

[7] Treasurer and Comptroller’s Papers, Revolutionary Army Accounts; Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers, [8] Minutes of the Salem Board, December 11, 1782, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Vol.4, p.1810.

[9] 1790 Stokes County Federal Census

[10] Bethania Diary, February 4, 1792, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Vol. 5, p.2374.

[11] Stokes County Wills, Friderick Hilsebeck, 1799, North Carolina State Archives

[12] Stokes County Wills, Friderick Hilsebeck, 1799, North Carolina State Archives

[13] Bethania Diary, September 2, 1799, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Vol. 6, p.2635.

[14] Stokes County Estates Records, Frederick Helsebeck, 1799, North Carolina State Archives

[15] 1800 Stokes County Federal Census

[16] 1810 Stokes County Federal Census

 

#93 Johannes DAUB

Footnotes are from Johannes Daub's Story Page

[1] “The Doub Family History” by William D. Bennett, C.G., William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[2] Translation of German documents, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

 

#12 Jacob DOUB and Susannah HELSEBECK

Footnotes are from Jacob and Susannah's Story Page

[1] William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[2] Marriage Bond, Stokes County, North Carolina, Jacob Doub and Susannah Helsebeck (Helsepeck), 6 March 1809, North Carolina State Archives.

[3] 1850 Stokes County Federal Census

[4] Will of Jacob Doub, 1837, Stokes County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (section one, two, three); 1850 Forsyth County Federal Census

[5] 1810 Stokes County Federal Census (Jacob Daule)

[6] “The Doub Family History” by William Doub Bennett, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[7] Will of Jacob Doub, 1837, Stokes County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (section one, two, three)

[8] Will of Jacob Doub, 1837, Stokes County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (section one, two, three)

[9] Will of Jacob Doub, 1837, Stokes County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (section one, two, three)

[10] Will of Jacob Doub, 1837, Stokes County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (section one, two, three);

[11] Estate Record of Jacob Doub, 1837, Stokes County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives.

[12] 1840 Stokes County Federal Census

[13] Stokes County Marriage Bonds, North Carolina State Archives

[14] 1850 Forsyth County Federal Census

[15] 1860 Forsyth County Federal Census

#23 Johannes "John" DOUB and Mary Eve SPANHOUER

Footnotes are from John and Mary Eve's Story Page

[1] Translation of German certificate, 1773, in letter to William Bennett from Dr. A.L. Fries of the Moravian Church in America dated October 19, 1946, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[2] Parish Register, abstracted in Letter to William D. Bennett of Raleigh, NC from Pastor Werner Stockhecke of the Evanelisch-Reformierte Kirchengemeinde Krombach in Germany, August 21, 1981. Doub Family Genealogy Vertical File, North Carolina State Library, Raleigh, North Carolina.

[3] Translation of German documents, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[4] Translation of German certificate, 1773, in letter to William Bennett from Dr. A.L. Fries of the Moravian Church in America dated October 19, 1946, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[5] Shiplist of Britannia, 1773, [List 307 C], Pennsylvania German Pioneers, (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1992).

[6] “The Doub Family History” by William Doub Bennett, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[7] October 29, 177,8 Bethania Diary, Moravian Records, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem North Carolina.

[8] March 2, 1780, Batharbara Diary, Moravian Records, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem North Carolina.

[9] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University; Obituary of Mary Eve Doub, (written by Peter Doub, September 2, 1835 for the Christian Advocate and Journal), William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[10] Plyler, Marion Timothy and Alva Washington Plyler. “Peter Doub, Sturdy Itinerant”, Men of the Burning Heart”, (Raleigh, NC: Commercial Printing Co., 1918).

[11] William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[12] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[13] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[14] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[15] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[16] 1790 Stokes County Federal Census (John Doubt)

[17] October 7, 1781, Bethania Diary, Moravian Records, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[18] Stokes County Estates Records, John Doub, 1814, North Carolina State Archives.

[19] 1800 Stokes County Federal Census

[20] 1810 Stokes County Federal Census (John Daule)

[21] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[22] Plyler, Marion Timothy and Alva Washington Plyler. “Peter Doub, Sturdy Itinerant”, Men of the Burning Heart”, (Raleigh, NC: Commercial Printing Co., 1918).

[23] “The History of Our Churches” Piedmont Communities, Churches, West Forsyth Charge. Available: www.piedmontcommunities.us/servlet/go_ProcServ, 5/11/04.

[24] “The History of Our Churches” Piedmont Communities, Churches, West Forsyth Charge. Available: www.piedmontcommunities.us/servlet/go_ProcServ, 5/11/04.

[25] Turrentine, Samuel Bryant. A Romance of Education: A Narrative Including Recollections and Other Facts Connected with Greensboro College. (Greensboro, NC: The Piedmont Press, 1946).

[26] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[27] Plyler, Marion Timothy and Alva Washington Plyler. “Peter Doub, Sturdy Itinerant”, Men of the Burning Heart”, (Raleigh, NC: Commercial Printing Co., 1918).

[28] Turrentine, Samuel Bryant. A Romance of Education: A Narrative Including Recollections and Other Facts Connected with Greensboro College. (Greensboro, NC: The Piedmont Press, 1946).

[29] William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[30] Revolutionary War Pay Voucher, North Carolina State Archives.

[31] April 16, 1804, Reports of Christian Ludwig Benzien to the Unity Elders Conference, Moravian Records, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[32] April 24, 1805, Reports of Christian Ludwig Benzien to the Unity Elders Conference, Moravian Records, Moravian Archives, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

[33] William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[34] Stokes County Estates Records, John Doub, 1814, North Carolina State Archives.

[35] Stokes County Wills, Mary Eve Doub, 1826, North Carolina State Archives

[36] Autobiograpgy of Rev. Peter Doub, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University; Obituary of Mary Eve Doub, (written by Peter Doub, September 2, 1835 for the Christian Advocate and Journal), William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[37] Stokes County Estates Records, Mary E. Doub, 1835, North Carolina State Archives

[38] Bisher, Catherine W. and Michael T. Southern. A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Piedmont North Carolina, (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2003).

[39] “The John Doub House”, photograph taken circa 1940, (N.97.4.58), North Carolina State Archives

 

#45 Johannes DAUB and Maria Elisabeth JUNCK Bosch

Footnotes are from Johannes and Maria Elisabeth's Story Page

[1] “The Doub Family History” by William D. Bennett, C.G., William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[2] Translation of German documents, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[3] Translation of German documents, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

[4] Parish Register, abstracted in Letter to William D. Bennett of Raleigh, NC from Pastor Werner Stockhecke of the Evanelisch-Reformierte Kirchengemeinde Krombach in Germany, August 21, 1981. Doub Family Genealogy Vertical File, North Carolina State Library, Raleigh, North Carolina.

[5] Translation of German documents, William Clark Doub Collection, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collection Library, Duke University

#14 William BOGLE and Mary

Footnotes are from William and Mary Bogle's Story Page

[1] Will of Robert Bogle, 1802, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives

[2] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[3] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[4] Alexander County Estates Records, William Bogle, 1871, North Carolina State Archives; 1850/1860 Alexander County Federal Census

[5] 1820/1830/1840 Iredell County Federal Census

[6] 1850 Alexander County Federal Census

[7] 1860 Alexander County Federal Census (E. M. Stephenson)

[8] 1870 Alexander County Federal Census (William Matheson)

[9] Muster Rolls of the Soldiers of the War of 1812: Detached from the Militia of North Carolina, in 1812 and 1814. (Winston-Salem: The Barber Printing Company, 1926), 128.

[10] 1880 Alexander County Federal Census

[11] 1820 Iredell County Federal Census (William Bogle)

[12] Alexander County Cohabitation Records, Hiram and Patsey Bogle, CR.003.928.1, North Carolina State Archives

[13] Obituary of Hiram Bogle, 18 May 1893, The Landmark, Statesville, North Carolina

[14] Obituary of Joseph Mayes Bogle, 23 November 1860, The Iredell Express, Statesville, North Carolina, microfilm at the North Carolina State Archives.

 

#27 Robert BOGLE and Jennett SMITH

 

Footnotes are from Robert and Jennett's Story Page

[1] Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives

[2] Revolutionary War Army Accounts, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives

[3] Revolutionary War Pay Vouchers, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives

[4] 29 December 1786 Report on memorial of Robert Bogle, General Assembly Session Records, November 1786-January 1787, Box 2, North Carolina State Archives

[5] The Heritage of Alexander County, Vol.I, , p7-8, 134-135.

[6] 1790 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives.

[7] 1800 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives.

[8] Estates Record, Robert Bogle, 1803, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (page one, page two).

[9] Will of Robert Bogle, 1802, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives

[10] Estates Record, Robert Bogle, 1803, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (page one, page two).

[11] Estates Record, Robert Bogle, 1803, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (page one, page two).

[12] 1810 Iredell County Federal Census (Jane Bogle)

[13] The Heritage of Alexander County, Vol.I, , p135.

[14] 1820 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Joseph M. Bogle, North Carolina State Archives.

[15] 1830 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, James H. Bogle, North Carolina State Archives.

[16] 1790 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives.

[17] 1800 Federal Census, Iredell County, North Carolina, Robert Bogle, North Carolina State Archives.

[18] Will of Robert Bogle, 1802, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives; Estates Record, Robert Bogle, 1803, Iredell County, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives (page one, page two).

[19] 1810 Iredell County Federal Census (Jane Bogle)

 

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