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Journeys Through Jackson 1996 Vol.06 No.09-10

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  • Journeys Through Jackson is the official journal of the Jackson County Genealogical Society, Inc. The journal began as a monthly publication in July 1991, was published bimonthly from 1994 to 2003, and continues today as a quarterly publication. The journal issues in this digital collection are presented as annual compilations.
  • c J o u r n e y s T h r o u g h J a c k s o n The Official Journal of the Jackson County Genealogical Society, Inc. C Vol, VI, Wo. 9-10 September-October, 1996 JACKSON COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 1996 Officers U President Brian T. McMahan Vice Presidents Barbara W. Dooley Rick L. Frizzell Secretary Dorris D. Beck Treasurer David C. Frizzell Chair, Publications R. Larry Crawford Journeys Through Jackson is the official publication of the Jackson County Genealogical Society. Members and non-members are invited to submit genealogical materials for publication, with the understanding that the editor reserves the right to edit these materials for genealogical content, clarity, or taste. The Society assumes no responsibility for errors of fact that may be contained in submissions, nor are the opinions expressed those of the editor or of the Jackson County Genealogical Society. FROM THE EDITOR Seasons come and go, and we are fortunate here in the mountains to be able to observe all four. But fall is speciaL.the colors of nature, the various festivals, and the intensity of feeling tend to make it the most celebrated time in the mountains. But like Robert Bolt's portrayal of Thomas More, we should be "for all seasons." Genealogically that translates to uncovering that family bible record, visiting that aged person who has so much to share with us, or writing that personal reminiscence that will one day be its own valuable source document. What better time than this fall to try some of these? And late in the season, once the unfriendly critters are no longer there, why not take a trip to an abandoned cemetery and take its census? In this issue we spotlight the 1996 Holden Award, we give even more information on the NCGS Ancestor Exchange Project, and we conclude the minutes of the Sassafras Gap Church. We continue with several other features as well, so sit back with a good mountain-grown apple or two, or a handful of chinquapins, and enjoy your Journeys. * * * * * * * * * * * * J C G S C a l e n d ar C h e c k t h e S y l v a H e r a l d for M e e t i n g P l a c es O c t o b e r 10, 1 9 9 6 Jennifer S c h m i dt N o v e m b e r 14, 1 9 9 6 Jane N a r dy D e c e m b e r 12, 1 9 9 6 Annual M e e t i ng U o < w u Table of Contents, Journeys Through Jackson September-October, 1996 Queries „. H 97 Holden Award 97 NCGS Ancestor Exchange Project 98-100 Moody Cemetery (Barker's Creek) 101-104,114 Sassafras Gap Primitive Baptist Church 105-108 The Family of William Mack Frizzell ...'. , 109-111 Jackson County Delayed Birth Certificates v.. 112-114 Martha E. Hooper Pedigree Chart 115 Katherine Cunningham Pedigree Chart 116 * * * * * * * * * * * * QUERIES AND INFORMATION Query: Aileen Ir-vin Tajver, P.O. Box 303' Warrensville, NC 28693, would like to hear from persons doing Queen research. She is looking for the parents of Reuben Queen, and noticed the HERITAGE BOOK article on'Samuel Queen. She says, "We know where he lived by the census records but need parents' names. Any info will be greatly appreciated." * * * * * * * * * * * * RUTH SHULER IS HONORED WITH THE 1996 HOLDEN AWARD At the society meeting on September 12, President Brian McMahan presented the 1996 Holden Award to Ruth Shuler. Citing her many contributions to our Society, Brian concluded his presentation by calling Ruth an "ambassador" for our Society and a person who always furthers its interests. (For our newer member^ who are not yet familiar with the Holden Award, it was established in 1995 by Mary Katherine Robinson and Nancy Wilson, who named the award for their maternal grandparents, Robert Lee and Drusilla Holden. It is presented annually by the Society after a committee has reviewed nominations submitted by JCGS members.) The 1996 winner is a very familiar name to most JCGS members. Ruth served as the Society's charter president, and was one of the driving forces behind the JACKSON COUNTY HERITAGE BOOK. She has also been the "Journeys" editor, has chaired or served on numerous Society committees, and has been at the forefront of most JCGS activities. Her principal genealogical interest is the Cockerham/Cochran family. Ruth is married to Roy Shuler, and they live in Cullowhee, where they are active members of the Cullowhee Presbyterian Church. They have three children and three (nearly four) grandchildren. In May, Ruth retired as the Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor at Western Carolina University. * * * * * * * * * * * * 97 N O R T H C A R O L I N A G E N E A L O G I C A L S O C I E TY A n c e s t o r E x c h a n g e P r o j e c t The North Carolina Genealogical Society is proud to announce the start of the new Ancestor Exchange project! Through this project, members of NCGS can submit information about their North Carolina ancestors for publication in a research directory book, called Ancestor Exchange. Its purpose is to stimulate the exchange of genealogical information among researchers who are working on the same North Carolina family lines. More than just a typical surname directory though, this book will include full names, dates, and North Carolina places! The format will be similar to "Index to North Carolina Ancestors Volume II" published by the Society in 1984 and currently on sale for $10.00. Plus, there's no cost to participate! All individual NCGS members are entitled to submit up to five North Carolina ancestors for PREE1 Family, patron, and life members may submit up to 10 North Carolina ancestors for FREE1 If you have more ancestors that you'd like listed in this book, additional names cost only $1.00 each to submit - a bargain considering the amount of publicity each of these ancestor names will receive and the benefits of finding a new cousin! Non-members are also encouraged to participate in the project. Non-members pay $5.00 for each ancestor submitted though, with no free entries. Please consider joining the Society if you are not currently a member. Discounted participation in the Ancestor Exchange project is one of many NCGS benefits! The submission form for the NCGS Ancestor Exchange is shown on the next page. Please enter your name and address at the top of the form. This information will be published in the Ancestor Exchange book as your contact information. For this reason, listing your telephone number is optional. The next portion of the submission form consists of the information for each ancestor. Each ancestor to be submitted must have either been born, married, resided, or died in North Carolina. To complete the form, first, enter the full name of the ancestor. Please use ALL CAPITAL LETTERS for the surname, and regular capitalization for the given names (e.g. John Adam SMITH) . Next, fill in the blanks for each event in that ancestor's life. For all events (i.e. birth/marriage/death), if the event did not occur in North Carolina, please only list the state or foreign country in which the event occurred. Counties should be listed for all North Carolina events where known. If you do not know a piece of information that has been requested, please ;just write down "Unknown". For dates estimates, please use ca or circa (e.g. cal750) . For questionable data, please follow the information with a question mark. If your ancestor was married more than once, please choose only one marriage and spouse to list in the book. We recommend listing the primary marriage, the marriage of greatest interest to you as a 98 o < w researcher, or else the first marriage. Be sure to use ALL CAPITAL LETTERS on the spouse's surname. Only ancestors who were either born, married, resided, or died in North Carolina are eligible for submission to the NCGS Ancestor Exchange project. If additional entries are desired beyond the eight provided on this submission form, please just copy the form. When you have completed the submission form, mail it along with any payment due to Ancestor Exchange North Carolina Genealogical Society P.O. Box 1492 Raleigh, NC 27602 Be sure to include a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) with your entry, and- we will send you a computer print-out of how your data will appear in the book. You can then proofread this information and return any necessary corrections to the Society prior to publication of the Ancestor Exchange book. Completed entries are due no later than November 30, 1996. This id" an opjportunity for .all NCGS members to have "queries" about their North Carolina ancestors published in a more permanent form that will surely become a popular networking tool for NC genealogists to find common ancestors. Please spread the word about the project to all of your genealogy friends with ancestors din North Carolina - the more names in the book, the,.more chances for-a connection! North Carolina Genealogical Society Annual Meeting a n d Workshop: r\ P e a c e C o l l e g e , R a l e i g h , I ^C O c t o b e r 2 5 - 2 6 , 1 9 96 <A < w Cherokee * Coharie * Haliwa-Saponi * Lvmbee * Meherrin + Waccamaw-Siouan 7 / ^ 77 o r a \ s m ^ \ ^ © / ^ © t L L i t m 99 N O R T H C A R O L I N A G E N E A L O G I C A L S O C I E TY A n c e s t o r E x c h a n g e S u b m i s s i o n F o rm NCGS Membership Number: Submitter: Address: • City: State: Zip Code: Telephone number (optional): Below, please fill out all known information about each of the ancestors you are submitting, using the instructions provided. Please copy this form if additional entries are desired. Each ancestor to be submitted must have either been born, married, resided, or died in North Carolina. After completing this form, please mail it with a SASE and any payment due to Ancestor Exchange, NCGS, P.O. Box 1492, Raleigh, NC 27602. The entry deadline is November 30, 1996. See the instruction sheet for details and costs. Ancestor Name: . • '• • " ' i - m *~ ' " *" ~^^^^ ™ • • * • • •••• •'' •••—• Birth year: ; Birth NC county: Birth state or foreign country: Marriage Year: Marriage NC county: Marriage state or foreign country: Name of spouse (first or primary) : NC county of primary residence: Death Year: Death NC county: Death state or foreign country: Ancestor Name: Birth year: Birth NC county: Birth state or foreign country: Marriage Year: Marriage NC county: Marriage state or foreign country: Name of spouse (first or primary) : NC county of primary residence: Death Year: Death NC county: Death state or foreign country: Ancestor Name: Birth year: Birth NC county: Birth state or foreign country: Marriage Year: Marriage NC county: Marriage state or foreign country: Name of spouse (first or primary) : NC county of primary residence: 100 Death Year: Death NC county: Death state or foreign country: BARKER'S CREEK CEMETERY (MOODY CEMETERY) < w (Editor's Note: The Moody Cemetery, known in modem times as Barker's Creek Cemetery, is located up the Barker's Creek Road on a hill behind the Rockdale Baptist Church. It is one of the largest cemeteries in northern Jackson County. Census taken over an eight-day period in June 1996 by Mack Sutton. 79 graves are marked only with fieldstones.) c - u Asbe Harl Monroe (Korea) 16 Aug 1932-26 Sep "1990 Lillie Sherrill 3 Oct 1933 Charlie 13 Mar 1865-3 Jan 1954 Arty Messer 25 Sep 1871-13 Mar 1945 Bargeon Herbert Alexander Jr. 23 May 1934-20 Jul 1992 Gail Freer 15 Jan 1943 Brett 1960-1984 Herbert Alexander III 1964-1986 Beck Dewey L. 18 Nov 1903-19 Mar 1983 Bessie V. Davis ' 4 Nov 1906 Brooks Walter 7 Jul 1911-11 Aug 1983 Helen Bradley 18 Jul 1918 Thomas 15 Jan 1877-4 Sep 1956 Polly Gunter 13 Jun 1881-3 Jan 1952 Lyman Steve 30 Jan 1905-23 Sep 1977 Ray Claud 8 Feb 1916-16 Aug 1982 Floyd I. 1901-1981 Margaret G. 1907-1970 J. Worley 21 Nov 1907-12 Feb 1982 Ruby Jones 18 Dec 1914-2 Mar 1981 Joseph 13 Feb 1945-19 Feb 1945 W. Cornelius 18 Feb 1909-17 May 1962 Leola Estes 4 Jul 1917- Elenora (d/o Co.,Leola) b&d 2 Jan 1945 Bobby 8 Mar 1941-31 Jul 1974 Katherine W. 10 Aug 1942 Charlie C. 15 Sep 1930 Mae Ann Green 31 Oct 1931-13 Feb 1991 Charlie 12Febl890-nodod Lula Cabe 17 Jun 1891-9 Feb 1958 Bertha (d/o Charlie,Lula) 1 Jan 1911-Dec 1914 John W. 8 Sep 1855-17 Jun 1934 Caroline Buchanan 13. Feb 1854-5 Sep 1941- Maggie 9 Sep 1878-18 May 1897 Lillie 1 Jan'1885-5 Jul 1897 Joseph H. 14 Mar 1883-18 May 1964 Alva Jones 13 Dec 1885-6 Apr 1969 John Dillard 20 Feb 1887-17 Aug 1966 Stella Gunter 25 Jul 1889-11 Jul 1975 Arthur T. 23 Jun 1908-29 May 1977 Naomi A. 23 Feb 1921 ' AbeH. 5 Oct 1922 Mary Carnes 15 Jul 1925-14 Mar 1995 Brown Sarah 7 Jul 1845-14 Jul 1935 Bumgarner Ralph L. 30 Jul 1931-1 Nov 1973 Carnes Roy J. 20 Sep 1900-5 Jun 1983 Myrtle Thomas 30 Mar 1900 Chasteen Joe Hyman 1912-1976 Grace W. 1920 Conard D.H. 9 Aug 1912-25 Mar 1933 Creasman William Thomas (USMC) 20 Mar 1956-22 Apr 1978 Cram RoyM. 2 Jan 1918-1 Apr 1983 Mardel M. 13 Nov 1922-24 Mar 1994 Culpepper Ashley Kip 11 May 1985-14 Jan 1994 Davis John P. 25 Feb 1852-15 Mar 1921 Angelina Messer 16 Apr 1852-15 Feb 1931 1 0 1 BARKER'S CREEK CEMETERY (continued) Rachel Annie 7 Apr 1924-28 Apr 1924 Margie M. 9 May 1923-17 Sep, 1993 Lester 2 Dec 1948-18 Feb 1949 Ellis J. 28 Sep 1918-18 Nov 1918 Walter R. 16 Feb 1914-5 Sep 1985 William McKinley 1895-1979 Ella Mae Nations 1916-1994 Ruth Ella 21 Mar 1948-2 Apr 1950 Carl Reese 25 Apr 1932-21 Oct, 1964 George R. 1884-1960 Laura E. 1893-1967 Hillard Ervin (WWII) 12 Aug 1922-2 Jul 1969 W. Nelson 1881-1960 Dezzy Elders 10 Feb 1889-1 Apr 1987 Candler- 10 May 1884-25 Nov 1910 W. Pink 21 Feb 1-867-10 Jul 1936 Cordelia McMahan 1871-1918 Brian A. 9 Jan 1971-25 Mar 1971 Selmer 3 Dec 1910-12 Sep 1913 Corsey G. 7 Feb 1919-20 Nov 1930 Dills Charles (s/o Charlie, Ever) 21 Aug 1920 Wayne (WWII) 7 Jan 1916-18 Apr 1995 James 10 Oct 1880-25 Nov 1964 Sallie 20 Apr 1884-9 May 1939 Marie 26 Nov 1912-16 Jul 1939 Tobrader 27 Jun 1927-4 May 1939 Bonnie Marie (d/o Homer & Bonnie) 14 May 1945 Infant of Homer, Bonnie 4 Jul 1954 Elders Sterling T. (WWII) 20 Jul 1918-27 Dec 1983 Hellen C. 20 May 1925 Harley E. 8 Sep 1895-22 Oct 1918 Pierce M. 1895-1915 John E. 22 Mar 1827-5 Jun 1910 J.B. d. 11 Feb 1914, age 90 Thomas A. 12 Jul 1891-20 Apr 1940 Arley 27 Mar 1881-6 Oct 1934 Brunette Wykle 30 May 1881-10 Jul 1961 Lee 5 Dec 1878-28 Jul 1951 Ervin 15 Jan 1854-14 Sep 1933 Ellen 8 Jan 1860-16 Aug 1951 P.L. 14 Jan 1867-24 Mar 1937 Mary Wikle 10 Sep 1873-28 Oct 1930 Jode 1890-1970 Marie 1920-1947 Joe 24 Nov 1891-13 Jul 1939 Fuller R. (WWII) 10 Sep 1905-28 Apr 1969 Nancy C. 16 Feb 1915-19 Jul 1991 D.F. 23 Mar 1858-1 Oct 1947 Dovie 18 Mar 1869-20 May 1948 Lee 1895-1934 Paville 17 May 1916-27 Sep 1993 Fannie Brooks 26 May 1920 George Ray 31 Jan 1945-9 May 1986 Estes SamW. 31 May 1904-11 Feb 1968 Birdie Brooks 3 Apr 1910-1996 Edward 19 Jul 1927-4 Mar 1928 Fish Zemmery L. 4 Mar 1912-10 Jan 1980 Addie S. 23 Aug 1917 Fisher Rufus M. 19 Dec 1856-7 Nov 1927 Emily C. 20 Apr 1854-28 Jun 1927 Demerris Irene (d/o Lee) 7 Dec 1903-12 Jun 1905 Flowers Leanna Mae 8 Oct 1939-14 Sep 1978 Frady Asbury S. 9 Aug 1935 Ellen Messer 11 Feb 1933-21 Nov 1962 •s_y ^J ^ y 102 BARKER'S CREEK CEMETERY (continued) U O O Garland Michael Edward (s/o Ralph) 28 May 1961-1 Jun 1961 John W.-1860-1900 Gibson Jessie (s/o Dock, Rosie) b&d 10 Jan 1925 Curtis E. 27 May 1966,-6 Jun 1966 Dock 28 Aug 1902-17 May 1973 Rosa Elders 9 Jul 1906-11 Mar 1940 Howard Edward 9 Apr 1926-31 Jul 1965 - James R. 1 May 1874-24 Sep 4 950 Artie E. 15 Oct 1876-23 Jun 1960 . Claudel (d/o Hobert, Maggie) 12 Aug 1926-9, Feb 1927 Hobert R. 1898-1983 Maggie Gunter 1898-1984 Godfrey William J. 1897-1963 Mildred P. 1907-1992 Gootie Herbert 1932-1994 Frankie 1940-1994 Gunter Patsy E. ,• ( 11 Sep 1953-5 Jan 1954 Claude 6 Jan 1896-24 Nov 1961 Bonnie 11 Feb 1909 ThadB. 6 Jun 1861-13 Dec 1947 Josephine Messer 22 Oct 1858-25 Nov 1945 Hamby Mark Allen 9 Nov 1975-28 Ndv 1975 Johnston Sue Chasteen 15 May 1944-22 Apr 1966 Jones John H. 22 Mar 1883-27 Fe*b 1950 Early 9 Sep 1902-29 Feb 1956 Cora W. 21 Dec 1907 A.D. 26 Jul 1860-5 Aug 1931 Mary P. 5 Mar 1859-20 Jan T888 Mary Naomi 8 Nov 1920-9 Nov 1920 Ellen Buchanan 10 May 1867-29 Nov 1958 Cleo M. 11 Aug 1916-5 Nov 1920 Callie B. (w/o John) 6 Aug 1888-12 May 1911 Nicy (d/o John, Callie) 30 Apr 1904-13 Jun 1910 Laura (d/o W.W.,Mary) 13Aprr871-17Novl873 W.W. (CSA) 27 Jan 1843-14 May 1925 Mary P. (w/o W.W.) 4 Jul 1852-2 May 1877 Rebecca (w/o W.W.) 11 Aug 1844-22 Jun 1926 Maybelle 30 May 1884-8 Sep 1884 Jehu I. 16 Sep 1887-17 Jan 1955 Buena V. 3 Aug 1889-26 Jan 1943 General 26 Jun 1898-4 Feb 1986 Rosa M. Keever 1 Mar 1906-1996 Baby, s/o General 21 Aug 1943-22 Aug 1943 Wallace G. (US Army) 22 Aug 1924-11 Nov 1944 Felix B. 24 Sep 1911-8 Jul 1987 Janet Brooks 3 Mar 1916 Jones Homer 13 May 1908-13 Jul 1934 Evelyn I. Gibson 27 Mar 1911 Ledford Mollie B. Wykle 19 Feb 1896-16 Feb 1976 Lillard Rhonda Jean 1 Dec 1958-11 Mar 1960 Mclntyre Thomas S. 3 Apr 1888-19 Sep 1969 Ida Parris 9Febl894-nodod Jim 31 Mar 1923 McMahan James A. (WWI) 17 Jan 1896-8 Mar 1972 Ola Bell 11 Jul 1908 Arthur B. 15Jull931-6.Dec 1932 Cathy Jean 26 Oct 1952-27 Oct 1952 Rutha M. 10 May 1842-25 Oct 1918 G.P. 11 Apr 1872-1893 J.B. 17 Oct 1880-28 Aug 1882 1 03 BARKER'S CREEK CEMETERY (continued) W.L. 5 Jun 1873-25 Jan 1891 L.E. 6 Feb 1875-18 Sep 1893 G.W. 26 Mar 1871-18 Sep 1893 Martin Mary Ellen b&d 14 Mar 1977 Marshall Dorothy Lee Beck 1927-1976 Messer Thad C. 10 Mar 1888-10 Sep 1975 Ivalee 19 Jan 1895-21 Nov 1984 Everett 17 Oct 1920-24 Feb 1922 Glin J. 20 Feb 1935-21 Oct 1938 Bruce R. 18 Aug 1959-3 Sep 1959 Homer Reaves 1915-1996 J. Rufus 6 Aug 1855-20 Sep 1929 Rebecca 6 Feb 1858-3 Mar 1938 Jarvas 9 Apr 1917-10 Apr 1917 James N. 2 Jun 1892-6 May 1918 Adam (no dates) Reeves (twin/o Adam)(no dates) Charles Winford (no dates) Edd 1 Jul 1888-18 Jan 1971 Deszy 7 Jul 1904-6 Sep 1939 Scott Allen 1971 Ivalee May 1901-31 Mar 1944 JoeE. 25 Jan-1895 Fannie Brooks 20 Aug 1895-14 Sep 1971 Gladys 3 Apr 1918-21 Mar 1936 Ella Mae 10 Oct 1920-22 Nov 1921 Harrison 18 Jun 1856-5 Feb 1925 Laura 6 Dec 1869-2 Jan 1911 Bill Henry 10 Apr 1950-6 Jul 1963 James (WWI) 25 May 1895-19 Feb 1954 Flonnie Gunter 5 Dec 1906-16 Nov 1965 Linda Lue (d/o James, Flonnie) 13 Feb 1952-29 Sep 1952 Auther b&d 25 Dec 1922 Moody Joseph H. 27 Mar 1839-8 Apr 1913 ArtyB. 12 Dec 1832-11 Jul 1884 Lillie A. (d/o Joe H.) 19 Jan 1874-8 Jun 1897 Nations James R. (Korea) 23 Jan 1930-22 Nov 1973 Candler V. 23 Oct 1902-26 Jan 1990 Mary Love 25 Oct 1909-2 Nov 1938 Jannie A. 24 Jul 1933-8 Mar 1934 D.E. 1 Oct 1880-22 Nov 1953 Annie R. 25 Sep 1892-13 Jun 1962 Odell R. 17 Dec 1925-22 Feb 1969 W.L. 15 Sep 1854-30 Sep 1922 Mary E.M. 12 May 1856-18 Mar 1936 Leila (d/o W.L..M.) 11 Aug 1889-20 Dec 1910 Sallie 23 Aug 1868-19 Aug 1949 Albert J. 22 Sep 1895-17 Apr 1970 Delia W. 26 May 1907-20 Aug 1971 Patterson Leona (w/o R.C.) 15 Jun 1900-15 Feb 1927 Seagle John P. 15 Oct 1841-8 Mar 1905 Seago Robert Lee 26 Oct 1922-22 Jun 1994 Naomi Beck 9 Mar 1932 Sherrill W. John 31 Jul 1894-28 Sep 1976 Ella L. 12 Aug 1914-25 Jan 1983 Thomas Johnson 5 Jul 1866-5 Jan 1952 Ida Jones 6 Jan 1873-5 Mar 1897 Sallie Jones 15 Mar 1875-20 Jan 1944 Ward Montgomery 12 Feb 1902-4 Aug 1941 Delia Jones 19 Jan 1909-22 May 1985 Wike Brunita 12 Jan 1909-22 Jan 1909 ....see page 114 ^ y ^ y 104 o ^ o SASSAFRAS GAT- PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (continued) (Editor's Note: JCGS member Shawna Hall of Waterford, Michigan has in her possession the original church record of a short-lived Primitive Baptist Church located in the Canada section of Jackson County. She has graciously allowed JCGS to copy and publish the minutes of this congregation. This record is not only an excellent genealogical source, but is also a fine example of primary source materials for historians.) Feb the 19th, 1881 Pastor not in attendance no meeting March the 20th 1881 Pastor not in attendance theirfour no meeting Aprilethe 16th 1881 Pastor not in attendance theirfore no meeting (Pg. 13) July the 16th 1881 Church met Pastor not in attendance James N. Cathey was called to the Chair who called the Church in Session Read & addopted the minuts of Previous meetings. The Church went in to an election of Deligates to Represent here in the next Tennessee Primitive Baptist Association which election resulted in the choice of John Brown James N. Cathey and John H. Mathis The Church agreed to send one $ 1.00 dollar for minuts Church granted a letter of Dismission to our Sister Jane Canteral. On motion adjourned J.N. Cathey Mod John H. Mathis Ch. Clk August the 17th 1881 Church met according to adjournment and was called in session by the Pastor Eld John A. Corn. Preaching at 11 oclock by the Pastor Eld John A. Corn also preaching in the evening by the same Saturday Aug the 20th 1881 Church met & was called in session by Pastor Read and addopted the minut of July meeting and our Pastors time being expired the church held an Election for the purpose of electing a suply for the next year which resulted in the choice Elders John A. Com and John H. Thomas (Pg. 14) The Church also held an election for two Deacons which Resulted in the choice of James N. Cathey and W.S.F. Wood and set a parte our regular time in October for the ordinations of Deacons The Church called Eld George H. Thomas withe Eld John A. Corn to Constitute a Presberty. Church also set a parte the said Oct Meeting for a Communion season & Footwashing. The minut to the Association as prepared by the Clerk was Read & with the propper corections was receaved & addopted Theire was preaching by the Pastor In Conclusion opened the dore of the Church & Received W.D. Fortner by experence On motion adjourned Their was preaching in the eavening at the House of Old Brother Plesent Parker by the Pastor Sunday the 21st 1881 Theire was preaching at 10 oclock A.M. also preached again at 5 oclock P.M. Eld John A. Corn Mod John H. Mathis Clk October the 14th 1881 Their was preaching by Elder John H. Morgan and John A. Corn Saturday the 15th Church met according to adjournment and was called into session by Eld John G. Morgan (Pg. 15) Mod. (illegible) Read and addopted the minut of Aug meeting after the word Elected a Pastor for the next year was stricken from the same & the word called a pastor or pastors bee insurted and under the same motion to resend the said act of the church draping the word Elect was accompanyed by the word call a pastor or pastors. On motion takened up the Refereince in regard to the ordination of Deacons as before set apart and on Saturday the day above named, the Church being in session did there and their proceed to call a'presbity to conduct the ordination and after-examining the said Deacons James N. Cathey and W.S.F. Wood togeather their wives as Deaconesses on the leading Schriptural Doctorines contained in the abstract or Articles of Faith and after finding them Orthadox the Presberty 105 SASSAFRAS GAP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (continued) did then and their ordain them to the offices of Deacons and Deaknesses for Antioch Church Don as before named 15 day of Oct Eld John G. Morgan Mod Eld John A. Corn and Eld John H. Morgan Presberty John H. Mathis Clk v_-x Preaching by John H. Morgan and J.A. Corn (Pg. 16) on motion adjourned Sunday Oct 16th 1881 Before preaching repaired to the Watter which the ordinance of Baptism by Eld John A. Corn were attended to and Baptised W.D. Fortner The Congrigation Returned to the House where their was preaching by Eld John G. Morgan Again repaired to the watter where Baptism was again attended to by Eld J.G. Morgan and Baptised G.W. Philips. The Church again reassembled back to the house where the Elements being prepared by the Deacons Church purtook of the Sacrament after which their was Foot Washing In conclusion opened doore of the Church and recieved Sister R.H. Shuler on Profession of Faith. Monday 17th Preaching by Eld John A. Corn Mod John H. Mathis Ch Clk Saturday Nov 19th 1881 Church met according to adjournment Preaching by Eld John H. Morgan Sabbath the 20th Their was preaching by the same J. H. Morgan Mod John H. Mathis ch clk (Pg. 17) Dec the 17th 1881 Church met according to adjournment & was called in session by Eld John A. Corn Read and addopted the minuts of the two previous meetings their was preaching by the pastor Sabbath Dec. 18th Their was preaching by the Pastor on motion adjourned till our regular time in course JA Corn Mod John H. Mathis Ch Clk Jannrythe 14th 1882 Pastor not in attendance theirfore; no meeting Sabbath the 15th no meeting Saturday March the 18th 1882 Church met according to adjournment and was called in session by the Pastor Eld J.G. Morgan. Read and addopted the minuts of the previous meeting The Church took a charge against Brother John H. Parker for drunkeness and excluded him from the church There was preaching by Pastor on motion adjourned til Sabbath Morning Sunday the 19th 1882 Their was Preaching by Eld John G. and John G. Morgans (Pg. 18) Saturday Aprile the 15th 1882 Church met according to adjournment The pastor not being in attendance the Church called Brother W.S.F. Wood a Deacon to the chair who called the church in session. Granted letters of Dismission to the following Brother & Sister G.H. & (illegible) Morgan a Deacon and Deakoness J. H. Nelson Sarah (illegible) Lavada (illegible) when constituted into a church of the Primative Baptist order Referred some charges again on Robert Anderson and Jane Canteral members of Green Brier Church Sevier Co Tenn which charges as follows ist Speaking evil of Digehities 2nd on giving on occasion to the advise by writing & placeing a letter in the hand of Jas E. 106 ^y o ^ SASSAFRAS GAP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (continued) Galloway, a missionary preacher. Reported by Eld John H. Morgan and requested E.P. Whaily & Brother Owenby Deacons to the said Green Brier church to proceed to bring the offenders before their body & investigate the matter and communacate the results to this church at as early a period as possible, opened the dores of this church and receaved John J. Morgan allowing him to retain his original credential on motion adjourned til the regular time in course W.S.F. Wood Mod protem for the day John H. Mathis Ch.Clk The foregoing minut corrected Saturday Aprile 15th 1882 Church met acording to adjournment the Pastor not being in attendance the Church called W.S.F. Wood a Deacon to the Chair who called the Church in Session. The church referred some charges against one Robert Anderson and Jane'Canteral members of Green Brier Church Sevier Cdunty in State of Tennessee which charges are as followes viz 1st for speaking Evilbf Digrieties 2nd for giving an occasion to the adversary by writing or placing a letter in the hands of James E. Galloway a Missionary Preacher and 3rd for Circulating & bringing a Slanderous Report on Eld J.H.B. Morgan and requestedCP Whaily & W.M. Owenby Deacons of the said Green Brier Church to proceed to bring the offenders before their Body and investigate the'matter and communicate the results to this Church at as earley a period as possible. Granted letters of Dismission to the following viz. Brother & sister G.H. a Deacon and M.M. Morgans a Deakness J.Nelson Sarah Kenemore and Lavadia Drymon when Constituted in to a church of the Primitive Baptist order Opened the dore of the Church and Recieved Eld John G. Morgan by enrollment allowing him to retain his originonal credentials (Pg. 20) On motion adjourned till.retular time in course W.S.F. Wood act mod Pro tem John H. Mathis Ch Clk. Sabbth 16th their was preaching by Eld John G. Morgan Saturday May the 20th 1882 Church met according"to adjornmentxmd-was called in session by the Pastor Eld J.H.B. Morgan Church requested a letter read which she had 'received from her sister church at Green Brier Sevier Co. Tenn related to the sencure of one Robt Anderson and Jane Canteral -which was don The Church showed a willingness to try to obtain the desired information wanted'relative to wheather the said persons named above are guilty of the Charges Preferred by this church or nbt •> the church desired Brother G. H. Morgan to bee at our June Meeting and if in his power to trye to procure the letter charged to have been written by the said Robt Anderson & Jane Canteral which are now in the hands of James E. Galloway a Missionary Preacher Read Minut of previous meeting a motion was mad by Eld John G. Morgan that the word received by Enrollment bee stricken from the minut of the Aprile Meeting an in lou insert the wordcome under the wach ceare of the Church (Pg. 21) Said motion carried and the word come under wach cear of the Church will bee inserted in the minut of the May meeting Their was preaching by Eld J.G.B. Morgan on motion adjourned Preaching again at night by Pastor Sabbth the 21st Their was Preaching before noon by the Pastor Their was preaching again in the eavening by Eld John G. Morgan Saturday June the 17th 1882 Church met according to adjournment Pastor not being in attendance the Church called Eld John G. Morgan to the Chair who called the Church in session Read Minut of the May meeting The Church having in her posession some letter receaved from or purpoarting to bee from Robt H. Anderson & Jane Canteral Members of Green Brier Church Sevier Co. Tennessee which she refused reading arid answering-while in session feeling not obbligated to do so she just moved that the said two letters bee foalded remailed & transmited to the Brother Deacons of said Green Brier Church.for their benefit - Requesting them to acknowledge the receipt of our favor accompanying the said letters There was preaching by Eld. J.G. Morgan adjourned till Sabbath morning 10 oclock 107 SASSAFRAS GAP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (continued) (Pg.22) Sabbath Morning the 18th, 10 oclock Church met at usual hour their was Preaching by Eld John G. Morgan July the 15th 1882 Church met according to adjournment The Pastor not in attendance Church agreed to hold a Communion meeting commencing on Friday before the 3rd Sabbth in August their was Preaching by Eld John G. Morgan August the 20th 1882 Church met according to adjournment and was called in session by the Pastor J.H.B. Morgan Minut of the June meeting read and addopted The Church appointed the following delegates viz J.N. Cathey G.W. Philips W.S.F. Wood and John H. Mathis to prepresent here in the Association pending in Oct next at this place Church appointed Brother George W. Philips to prepair a letter to the said Association. Eld J.G. Morgan & John H. Mathis volunteered on conditions to go as messengers to the Blue Ridge Association Towns County G.A. J.G. Morgan was appointed to pripair a letter to the same Their was Preaching by the Pastor on-motion adjourned till Sabbeth Morning 9 oclock J.G.B. Morgan Mod John H. Mathis Ch. Clk. .(Pg. 23) Sabbth Morning Aug 21st Church met at the Hour appointed Their was preaching by John H.B. Morgan & J.G. Morgan after Preaching, services was over the Church had intermission of some 10 minuts after which time the congregation reeassembeled & the Eliments being Read the Church pertook of the Sacrament followed by Foot washing. Church dismissed till regular time in course (rest of this page and several following pages cut or torn out) (loose page in back entitled 11 Roll of Members" part of this page missing) ^y (missing) Morgan (missing) M. Morgan (missing)ah Kenemore (missing)e Canteral Sarah Graveley (missing) H. Nelson Robert Massengale Nov 17th 1878 (missing) Massengale Nov 17th 1878 (missing)omissa Rees Nov 21st 1878 John H. Mathis Nov 24th 1878 Sarah H. Mathis Nov 24th 1878 (missing) M. Lowe Nov 24th 1878 Robert Anderson L.H. Morgan Aug 4th 1879 Albert Canteral Aug 4th 1879 Thomas Shook Aug 4th 1879 W.M. Shook Aug 4th 1879 T.J. Mathis Dec 19th 1879 Mary A. Fortner Dec 19th 1879 Elizabeth Cathey Dec 19th 1879 Mary A. Chastain Dec 20th 1879 Magdleane Mathis Dec 20th 1879 James N. Cathey Dec 21st 1879 Sarah Huffmon Dec 21st 1879 A.J. Mathis Dec 22nd 1879 Mary M. Mathis Dec 22nd 1879 John Brown Dec 22nd 1879 Anna Brown Dec 22nd 1879 Rebeca A. Parker March 20th 1880 Lovadia Thomas March 21st 1880 Plesent Parker July 18 1880 (missing) July 18 1880 (missing)ood July 18 1880 (missing) Philips July 18 1880 (rest of page missing) The dates entered to each name is the time they joined the Primitive Baptist Church (on back cover) Pentatuch or 5. five Books of Mosses containing a History of 2552 years Christ the Lord was born in the 7th Adge of the World Address of Dr. J. W. Schenck & Son Counter sixth and Arch Street Philadelphia P.A. on Consumption ^y 108 o ^ THE FAMILY OF WILLIAM MACK FRIZZELL AND MARY ANN PRESSLEY (Editor's Note: The following is the next in the series on the grandchildren of Jason and Margaret Gribble Frizzell, a project assembled by Larry Crawford in February 1995.) Seventh of the children of Jason and Margaret Frizzell was William McDowell Frizzell, who was born March 3,1838. He married Mary Ann Pressley, bom December 12,1848. This is the family who continued to live on Little Savannah, and its descendants can still be found there. Since William Mack was a lineal ancestor of Rick and David Frizzell, very little work needed to be done on this family. Their work is in the JACKSON COUNTY HERITAGE BOOK, so this is actually just their work placed in slightly different format. William Mack died November 19, 1912, Mary Ann on June 10, 1920. They are buried in Stillwell Cemetery, as are nine of their children. Their children: Andrew Coleman Frizzell (1868) m. Lucy D. Cabe James M. Frizzell (1869) m. Annie Berry John Thomas Frizzell (1871) m (1) Elizabeth Cabe (2) Fannie Mathis Jason Wilburn Frizzell (1872) m. Lillie Mae Deitz William Mack Frizzell (1876) m. Mary Cordelia Tilley Martha Cordelia Frizzell (1878) m. Fidel L. Cabe Mary Frizzell (1881?) (1886?) Mae Belle Frizzell (1884) m. Jake Haskett Harrison Donelson Frizzell (1887) m. Minnie Watson Charlie R. Frizzell (1889) (1896) GRANDCHILD #47 ANDREW COLEMAN FRIZZELL Andrew Coleman Frizzell was born in late 1867 or before August 1868. He was 24 at his marriage on 15 August 1892 to Lucy D. Cabe. They were to orphan their children, Lucy dying about 1907 and Coleman December 12, 1908. They are buried in Stillwell Cemetery. Their children: James J. Frizzell (1894) (1895) Lillie C. Frizzell (1896) (1896) Myrtle Minnie Frizzell (1896) m. Charles C. Sheppard Mack Frizzell m. Ellen Sheppard Charlie,Am'os Frizzell (1899) m. Hestella Frady Silas Frizzell (1901) m. (1) Bertha Davenport (2) Hattie Jane Barker David C. Frizzell (1902) (1902) Colby Dock Frizzell (1907) (1956) GRANDCHILD #48...JAMES M. FRIZZELL ' James M. Frizzell's grave marker gives his birthdate as September 23,1867, but should read 1869. He was 23 at his marriage 6 August 1893 to Annie A. Berry. She Was born 7 October 1873, and died 18 January 1950. James had died 3 July 1949. This family moved to Haywood County later in life, and some of them continued to live there. James and Annie are buried in Stillwell Cemetery. Their children! James Dudley Frizzell (1894) m. Florence Berry Mary Ann Frizzell (1896) m. Richard Hooper Ellen Frizzell (1896) m. Ellis McMahan Charlie Silas Frizzell (1899) (1900) Maggie Rebecca Frizzell (1900) m. Clyde Mathis Jack E. Frizzell (1903) Jason Frizzell (1905) m. Bessie Gates Emma Frizzell (1907) m. Benjamin Franklin Thompson William Frizzell (1912) James Frizzell Jr. (1914) 1 09 GRANDCHILD # 49...JOHN THOMAS FRIZZELL The third child of William Mack and Mary Ann was John Thomas Frizzell, born 29 December 1871. He married first on 12 May 1895 to Elizabeth Cabe, who was born 12 June 1873 and who died 17 August 1897. He then married Fannie H. Mathis. John Thomas died 31 March 1922, and is buried with Elizabeth at Stillwell Cemetery. Child with Elizabeth Cabe: Charlie Cabe Frizzell (1897) m. Mary Etta Lewis Children with Fannie H. Mathis: William Ralph Frizzell (1902) m. Carrie Frady Roscoe Frizzell (1910) m. Fannie Belle Ashe GRANDCHILD # 50...JASON WILBURN FRIZZELL Jason Wilburn Frizzell married his first cousin once removed Lillie Mae Deitz on 6 August 1893. Jason had been born 7 February 1872, Lillie 7 August 1873. This family is so well-documented that I have simply made a list. Jason died 2 January 1949, and Lillie 19 September 1944. They are buried at Stillwell Cemetery, where some of their children rest also. Their children: William Donald Frizzell (1893) m. Selma Nancy Lewis Zollie Norman Frizzell (1896) m. Minnie Ethel Buchanan Luna Velmer Frizzell (1900) (1901) Infant Frizzell (1902) (1902) Grace E. Frizzell (1903) m. (1) Harley Lewis (2) John Sherman Williams Bertha T. Frizzell (1905) m. Onnie Pressley Oma E. Frizzell (1909) (1910) Effie Mae Frizzell (1911) m. Marion Farmer Alvin Frizzell (1913) m. Wilma Morgan s^_y Ollie Frizzell (1920) m. Neal Lewis GRANDCHILD #51 ...WILLIAM MACK FRIZZELL The younger William Mack Frizzell was bom to William Mack and Mary Ann on 18 June 1876. He married his first cousin Mary Cordelia Tilley on 20 September 1896. William died 22 February 1944, but Mary was to live a long life, not passing away until 10 April 1972. They are buried in Stillwell Cemetery. Their children: Emma Ethel Frizzell (1897) m. Walter Allman Anna Lou Frizzell (1900) m. Robert Brown Daisy Helen Frizzell (1903) m. Marion Metcalf Theodore Roosevelt Frizzell (1905) m. Ada Buchanan David Lee Frizzell (1908) m. Marie Childers Stella Frizzell (1911) m. Charles Burton Dalton Arthur Woodrow Frizzell (1913) m. Thelma Johnson Enloe Frizzell (1919) m. Emaline Cole GRANDCHILD #52...MARTHA CORDELIA FRIZZELL CABE Martha Cordelia Frizzell, oldest daughter of William Mack and Mary Ann, was born 3 August 1878, and would marry Fidel L. Cabe, bom 14 July 1878. They would rear a large family on Little Savannah, some of whom are enumerated in the HERITAGE BOOK. Martha Cordelia died 26 June 1940, after Fidel had died 23 October 1939. They are buried in Stillwell Cemetery. Their children: Lula Belle Cabe (1899) m. Lenoir C. Wilson John Harley Cabe (1901) m. Lela Buchanan Nancy Elizabeth Cabe (1904) m. William Thadeus Frady , James Cabe (1905) (1907) ^^ 110 ^ c o Reuben Grover Cabe (1906) m. Odessa Eva'Deitz Frank Thomas Cabe m. Nealie Deitz Mary Etta Cabe<1911) m. Walter Buchanan Walter Cabe m. Pauline McCoy Alvin Asbury Cabe (1913) m. Beulah Estella Frady Arthur Burnette Cabe (1919) m. Daisy Ida Frady Carrie Lucille Cabe (1922) m. John Arthur Cannon GRANDCHILD #53...MARY FRIZZELL Rick believes that this child belongs here. There are existing pictures of her of an 1880's vintage. She has been identified as "Grandpa's little sister Mary, who died." She was not in the family in the 1880 census, so 1881- 1886 are estimates. GRANDCHILD #54...MAE BELLE FRIZZELL HASKETT Mae Belle was.born to William Mack and Mary Ann about 1884. She did not stay .in the area after she married Jacob Abraham Haskett. Part of her life was in Macon County, part in Mecklenburg, but she died in California. She is buried with Jake in Charlotte. Their children: Dora Haskett Dorcas Haskett Etta Haskett Roy Haskett Sallie Haskett Alice Haskett GRANDCHILD #55...HARRISON DONELSON FRIZZELL Harrison Donelson Frizzell was born to William MAck and Mary Ann 7 June 1887, and would marry Minnie Watson, bom 1 October 1893. This is the family who would continue to live at the Frizzell homeplace on Little Savannah. H.Don lived a long life, dying 19 November 1970, after Minnie had died 29 December 1947. They are buried at Stillwell Cemetery. Their children: Adam Frizzell (1915.) (1936) William Cole Frizzell (1915) m. Ruby Lee White Robert E. Frizzell m. Lena Alma Deitz Eva Frizzell (1917) m. Arthur Buchanan Jonah Frizzell (1920) Sara Lou Frizzell (1923) m. Byron Thurston Johnson Posey Frizzell (1936) GRANDCHILD #56...CHARLIE R. FRIZZELL This youngest child of William Mack and Mary Ann lived only from 12 June 1889 until 2 April 1896. He is buried in Stillwell Cemetery. PROBLEMS IN THE WILLIAM MACK FRIZZELL FAMILY 1) Very few, because of the work already done and because of the excellent sense of history in this family. 2) Mary Ann Frizzell Hooper's grave marker is wrong. Was she a twin to Ellen? 3) More work needed in Haywood County on the James family. r 4) Ordinal positions in the Cabe family. 5) Much more complete data on Mae Belle Haskett. I l l JACKSON COUNTY DELAYED BIRTH CERTIFICATES OF PERSONS BORN PRIOR TO 1900 (Editor's note: While some of these certificates ran in early issues of JTJ, we have decided to place them in the order they were granted to various individuals, * rather than in alphabetical order, so that the end of the alphabet will not continue to be slighted. The certificates are found in the Register of Deeds office i J in North Carolina courthouses. All of the following are from Volume 1. One annoying circumstance: Not ALL of these parents could possibly have been born in Jackson County. Abstracted September 19 and 20, 1996, by Larry Crawford.) Key to entries: Name; date of birth; place of birth; father's name; father's year of birth; father's place of birth; mother's name; mother's year of birth; mother's place of birth; page no. Pressley, Zollie; 16 Feb 1893; Cullowhee; William Pressley; 1867; Jackson Co.; Dovie Shelton; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 1 Lovedahl,EIsie; 5 Sep 1899; Cowarts; William A. Lovedahl; 1867; Jackson Co.; Hooper; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 2 Clayton, Robert J.; 5 Sep 1890; Addie; William Clayton; 1857; Jackson Co.; Mary Anne Cogdill; 1850; Jackson Co.; page 19 Lowery, John B.; 10 Nov 1893; Cullowhee; Wilson Lowery; 1865; Anderson, SC; Mary Casey; 1870; Waynesville; page 24 Wilson, Claud Edmond; 18 Dec 1875; Glenville; Alfred Wilson; 1840; Jackson Co.; Laura Elizabeth Bryson; 1849; Macon Co.; page 32 Wilson, Lilla Hastletine; 1 Jun 1878; Glenville; William Anderson Wilson; 1849; Jackson Co.; Highly Serena Brown; 1848; Jackson Co.; page 33 Coward, Benjamin Frank; 18 Jul 1892; Jackson Co.; Nathan Coward; 1818; Jackson Co.; Sophia Hedden; 1869; v—' Jackson Co.; page 34 Morris, William Jackson; 20 Oct 1890; Webster; Manos Hanley Morris; 1862; Jackson Co.; Mary Jane Long; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 37 Ensley, Cicero Howell; 28 Jun 1899; Webster; Wilson Ensley; 1866; Jackson Co.; Martha Magdaline Bryson; 1872; Jackson Co.; page 38 Ensley, Napolian Roscoe; 30 Nov 1891; Addie; Wilson Ensley; 1866; Jackson Co.; Martha Magdaline Bryson; 1872; Jackson Co*; page 39 Coward, Frank; 18 Apr 1897; Cowarts; James Coward; 1848; Jackson Co.; Mary Jane Hooper; 1861; Jackson Co.; page 66 Frazier, George Stephens; 23 Jan 1899; Cullowhee; Elias Jenkins Frazier; 1862; Jackson Co.; Martha Jane Buchanan; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 67 Harris, Roy E.; 20 Feb 1896; not given; J.R. Harris; 1851; Jackson Co.; C.S. Ashe; 1859; Jackson Co.; page 68 Ensley, Hattie Florence; 14 Mar 1899; Sylva; John Bowman Ensley; 1862; Jackson Co.; Mary Lucinda Queen; 1865; Jackson Co.; page 69 Melton, Lawson; 4 Feb 1891; Argura; Silvester Melton; 1860; Jackson Co.; Margaret Mull; 1861; Jackson Co.; ^^J page 70 112 ^ JACKSON COUNTYDELAYED BIRTH CERTIFICATES (continued) Wilson, Lula Verona; 11 Aug 1885; Glenville; William A. Wilson; 1849; Jackson Co.; Highly Serena Brown; 1848; Jackson Co.; page 71 Bryson, Edward; 3 Aug 1896; Speedwell; William Bryson; 1863; Jackson Co.; Stella Hooper; 1864; Jackson Co.; page 80 Stillwell, Julius John; 4 Jan 1882; Webster; William-E. Stillwell; 1861; Jackson Co.; Mary S. Quinn; 1859; Jackson Co.; page 81 Frizzell, William Donald; 25-Oct 1893; Webster, Jason W. Frizzell; 1873; Jackson Co.; Lillie M. Deitz; 1874; Jackson Co.; page 82 Patterson, Harvey Crittenden; 3 May r884; Sylva; William Patterson; 1847; Jackson Co.; Thursa Trotter; 1847; Jackson Co.; page 83 Frizzell, Norman; 22 May) 1896; Webster; Jason W. Frizzell; 1873; Jackson Co.; Lillie M. Deitz; 1874; Jackson Co.; page 84 Deitz, Alvin Narlin; 10 Sep 1899; Savannah; T.L. Deitz; 1872; Jackson-Co.; Alice Wilson} 1873; Jackson Co.; page 91 Parker, Ethel; 29 Jul 1899; Tuckaseegee; Samuel Madison Parker; 1868; Jackson Co.; Sarah Henry; 1875; Jackson Co.; page 94 L J Hooper, Edward Demont; 25 Jun 1897; East LaPort; Ephriam Monroe Hooper; 1854; Jackson Co.; Belle Woodring; 1862; Jackson Co.; page 100 Shuler, Fred; 17 Nov 1896; Dillsboro; Hill Shuler; 1868; Jackson Co.; Minnie Bonhams; not given; Jackson Co.; page 102 Monteith, Lawrence C ; 9 Jul 1892; Sylva; Thomas Monteith; 1847; Jackson Co.; Pallie Queen; 1855; Jackson Co.; page 105 Tompkins, Daniel Dean; 15 Aug 1890; Webster; William F. Tompkins; 1861; Neilsville, WI; Annie Luck; 1866; Pittsylvania Co., VA; pages 109,140 Tompkins, Lillian Evelyn;-5 Mar 1890; Webster, Fred M. Tompkins; 1862; Neilsville, WI; Annie Laura Cannon; 1864; Jackson Co.; pages 110,142 Jones, Jehu Thomas; 16 Sep 1885; Barker's Creek; Andrew Dillard Jones; 1859; Jackson Co.; Palistine Gibson; 1871; Jackson Co.; page 113 Monteith, Thomas'Lee; 18Teb 1888; Sylva; Thomas Monteith; 1847; Jackson Co.; Pallie Queen; 1855; Jackson Co.; page 117 c Reynolds, Jasper Milton; 23 Jan 1890; Sylva; James E. Reynolds; 1865; Jackson Co.; Alda Bartlett; 1865; Jackson Co.; page 119 Parker, Fred; 1 Dec 1894; Sylva; J. Willis Parker; 1866; Jackson Co.; Leah Hooper; 1871; Jackson Co.; page 123 1 13 JACKSON COUNTY DELAYED BIRTH CERTIFICATES (continued) Parker, Charles Nelson; 30 Nov 1899; Tuckaseegee; Sylvanas Bryson Parker, 1873; Jackson Co.; Cumilor Henry; 1880; Jackson Co.; page 124 Martin, Gomer Hershel; 27 Dec 1892; Whittier; D.A. Martin; 1865; Jackson Co.; America Edwards; 1872; Yancey Co.; page 125 Ensley, Reuben Ratcliff; 14 Nov 1895; Barker's Creek; James R. Ensley; 1863; Jackson Co.; Sallie Moody; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 127 Ensley, Thomas Harrison; 2 Jul 1891; Barker's Creek; James R. Ensley; 1863; Jackson Co.; Sallie Moody; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 129 Ensley, Hubert Mills; 24 Dec 1898; Barker's Creek; James R. Ensley; 1863; Jackson Co.; Sallie Moody; 1869; Jackson Co.; page 130 Baker, James Teague; 1 Jun 1881; Whittier; William Henry Baker; 1846; Caldwell Co.; Caroline Ferguson; 1845; Haywood Co.; page 131 Wike, Daisy June; 16 Jan 1881; River TS; James H. Wike; 1853; Jackson Co.; Ella J. Moore; 1861; Jackson Co.; page 133 Wike, Jacob Lester; 8 Jun 1886; Hamburg; James H. Wike; 1853; Jackson Co.; Ella J. Moore; 1861; Jackson Co.; page 134 Hensley, Julius Coleman; 6 Oct 1899; Dillsboro; James C. Hensley; 1875; Jackson Co.; Jane A. Hensley; 1885; Jackson Co.; page 135 ^ y Wikle J.H. 20 Aug 1889-25 Mar 1918 A.N. 15 May 1888-24 Dec 1940 John 27 May 1857-2 May 1915 Mary 8 Jan 1862-29 Oct 1925 J. Hicks 6 Aug 1910-28 Mar 1962 Mary E. 15 Jul 1908-28 Nov 1972 Jeff 15 Dec 1877-20 Mar 1936 Arley 30 Sep 1914-24 Dec 1924 Martha H. 1895-1985 BARKER'S CREEK CEMETERY (continued) Wilkey Nella D. Jones 22 Jun 1911-21 Aug 1934 Nellie Joe (d/o Joe, Nella) 18 Aug 1934-5 Dec 1935 Wykle Wilma K. 1927-1984 Person (WWI) 1885-1976 William Ham 13 Jun 1851-16 Nov 1930 Jane Beasley 2 Sep 1852-19 Jun 1939 L. 10 Aug 1910-6 Jun 1916 J.E. 21 Nov 1914-27 Nov 1914 W.A. 19 May 1883-6 Oct 1940 Jason 1877-1959 Laura 1877-1974 Avery 1905-1994 Nellie W. 1907-1994 Sam 1879-1945 Margaret Lavada Messer 1881-1963 Young Paliestine 25 Dec 1900-27 Nov 1930 v _7 114 '» P e d i g r e e C h a r t Chart no. O '. 2 Jahew HOOPER B: 13 Nov 1833 P:TN M: P: |D: 14 Nov 1902 P: .Bradley.TN 4 Andrew HOOPER 5 B: 23 Sep 1805 P:TN M: P: D:BefS Jun 1866 P:TN Martha SEABOURN B: ' P: D:Befl840 P: 9 B P M P D P B P D P 10 11 Joseph SEABOURN B P M P. D: P: Polly WILHTTE B: 1 Martha E. HOOPER ^ B:llJullilSo P: .Bradley.TN M: 8 Aug 1880 P: .Bradley,TN D: 26 Jan 1919 P: .Bradley.TN Joshua CARLTON (SpouMOfno. 1) Mary MCPHERSON B: ll Nov 1835 P: .Bradley.TN D: 24 Apr 1894 P: .Bradley.TN < w i Prepared by i Carole "CJ" Kern Giarratano *' 19054 East Stanford I Aurora, CO 80015 I Tctephorw number 303-690-0605 6 William MCPHERSON BY5 Sep 1804 P:TN M: P: D: 7 Oct 1891 P: .Bradley.TN 7 Elizabeth KETNER' B: 27 Mar 1814 P: D: 27 Dec 1899 P: .Bradley.TN i Data praparad i i 18 Sep 1996 P: D": P: 12 Henry MCPHERSON IB: Abt 1771 P:VA M: 29 Jan 1799 P: .Grainger.TN D: Mar 1816 P: ,Roane,TN 13 Mary EATON H: Abt 1778 P: D: Jun 1864 P: .Bradley.TN 14 Henry KETNER iB: Abt 1780 P : Lost River, WV M: 26 Mar 1805 P: .Hardy ,WV 0:1818 JP: ,Jefferson,TN 15|Mary WILKJNS 1 15 P e d i g r e e C h a r t Chart no. 2 Curtis Saunders CUNNINGHAM IB: 17 Feb 1866 IP: ,Macon,NC IM: 1905/1906 IP: Macon,NC ID: 10 Aug 1948 !P : Otto,Macon,NC 1 Katherine CUNNINGHAM Ui 'h Marly IV P: Otto,Macon,NC M: 11 Apr 1944 P: New OrleansJLA D: 27 Aug 1959 P: Galveston,Galveston,TX William Abner CARROLL i (Spouse of no. 1) 3 iEllie Belle BROWN B: 30 May 1881 P: ,Macon,NC D: 10 Jan 1953 P: Otto,Macon,NC , Praparad by ' Charles E. Carroll 710 Alamo Road Fredricksburg, TX 78624 P: ,Macon,NC 5|Rhoda SAUNDERS B:2Augl828 P: ,Burke,NC D: 26 Aug 1874 P: ,Macon,NC ;P: Smith Bridge.Macon.NC 7|Nancy M. VAN HOOK a: 10 Aug 1855 P: ,Macon,NC D: 20 Apr 1910 n P: ,Macon,NC 'ilephone number ""7.4430 . Data praparad 118 Sep 1996 8 George CUNNINGHAM 4 Aaron Patton CUNNINGHAM B: 29 Dec 1821 |P: ,Haywood,NC |M: 2 Dec 1852 P: ,Macon,NC g D: 16 Dec 1892 B: 7 Mar 1788 P: ,York,SC M: 1809 P: ,Haywood,NC D: 12 Aug 1845 P: ,Haywood,NC Margaret "Peggy" HUGHES B: 3 Oct 1785 ^ y P: ,Rutherford,NC D: 27 Oct 1863 P: .Jackson.NC 10 Curtis SAUNDERS B: ISOl P: ,Randolph,NC M: 28 Dec 1822 P: ,Burke,NC D:Bef Mar 1885 P: .Macon.NC 11 Sarah MOFFITT B:4.Novl804 P: ,Burke,NC D: 28 Oct 1836 P: ,Macon,NC 6 George Washington IB:25 Dec 1845 P: .Macon.NC IM: 15 May 1879 jP: ,Macon,NC |D: 18 Feb 1927 BROWN, 12 James W. "Jim" BROWN 13 B: Mar 1826 P:VA M: 12 Jul 1842 P: ,Macon,NC D: Aft 1880 P: ,Macon,NC Elvira PARKER B: Abt 1825 P: ,Rutherford,NC D:Befl900 P : ,Macon,NC 14 Addison Mitchell VAN HOOK B: 23 Nov 1820 P: ,Caswell,NC M: 27 Oct 1851 i •P: .Macon.NC ID: 15 Sep 1872 P: .Macon.NC 15lEIIia "Ellen" FULCHER BTT8T7 P: ,Person,NC D:1859 P: .Macon.NC