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Journeys Through Jackson 2003 Vol.13 No.07-08

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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 T h e O f f i c i a l J o u r n a l o f t h e J a c k s o n C o u n t y G e n e a l o g i c a l S o c i e t y , Inc. V o l . X I I I , N o . 7 - 8 J u l y - A u g u s t 2 0 03 C JACKSON COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 2003 Officers J President : Dorris D. Beck Vice President. L. Roy Shuler Secretary Lynn Allen Treasurer E. Lawrence Morton Librarian Dorris D. Beck Office Manager Ruth C. Shuler Computer Coordinator. Deanne G. Roles Chair, Publications (Editor) 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, and except where noted, the opinions expressed are not those of the editor or of the Jackson County Genealogical Society. The Society accepts no advertising for this publication except for notices for other non-profit groups. From the Editor Late again, late again. We offer our apologies, but no excuses. Mea culpa, mea culpa. In our third Patriot issue, see the pictures shared by several Society members; locate a relative on the World War I burial list; read with fascination (and possibly horror) about Joe Hooper; share the patriotism of Kim Shuler's song; and as always, wonder how the Civil War soldiers who managed to survive could maintain any kind of life by studying the Norton letter. Also share the Fowler war record and the Cook petition for pardon. Our pages also have submissions concerning the Fullbright, Green, and Parris families of Jackson County. Add to that some of our usual features and you have a late-summer potpourri of a late issue. Enjoy it, and let us hear from you. \ J V i s i t u s a t o u r W e b s i t e : h t t p : / / w w w . j c n c g s . c o m/ Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 O T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s Announcements 103 JCGS Photo Album 104-106 JCGS Recognizes J o e Ronnie Hooper 107-108 World W a r I Veteran Burials in Jackson County 109 - 1 1 1 North Carolina State Archives Military Collection Project 112 "Red, White, a n d Blue" 113 A Civil W a r L e t t e r 114 Jackson County Civil W a r Soldier Elijah W. Fowler 115-118 1958 Jackson County Death Certificates 119 - 1 2 2 JCGS L i b r a r y Acquisitions 122 The Fullbright Ancestry of Danny Jones 123 - 1 2 6 The Family of George Washington Green 127 - 1 3 0 The G r a n d c h i l d r e n of David a n d Mary P a r r i s , P a r t 3 131 Wake County Genealogical Society Workshop ". 132 Petition for P a r d o n for Henson M. Cook. 133 - 1 3 4 Index 135-136 P e g g y Q u e e n M a s o n i s H o n o r e d b y t h e S o c i e ty At the Society picnic in August, Peggy Queen Mason was named the recipient of the Daniel Washington Deitz Memorial Award. [Daniel Deitz was a faithful member of JCGS. At bis death, his sisters endowed this award in his memory.] This award is chosen by the Executive Board to honor a Society member who has selflessly given of his or her talents, efforts, and expertise to the Society itself. Peggy is the regular Tuesday volunteer at the Society office, and she approaches this volunteer work with the attitude of getting the job done to help everyone concerned, always with a cheerful smile. She has 'contributed to Journeys Through Jackson with her own research, and she has been greatly instrumental in adding to the important obituary collection at the Society office. We congratulate her and gratefully acknowledge her contributions to our Society. JCGS member Gary Phillips is requesting, information about Judaculla Rock. Anyone with memories, stories, information, etc. is encouraged to get in touch with Gary at 523 62nd Ave NE Tacoma WA 98422. Telephone 253 - 922 - 8916 E-mail phiHrov@aol.com Gary has ambitions toward publishing a book about this Jackson County landmark. At the Society picnic, JCGS honored Lloyd Wilkes Cowan with the Robert Lee and Drucilla Holden Award. Awarded in absentia, the plaque recognizes a person who has made significant contributions to Jackson County genealogy. 103 Journeys Through Jackson July — August 2003 J C G S P h o t o A l b u m KJ i47A-"aW s/)*> '*/¥ In t h e photographs on this page, two b r o t h e r s of JCGS member W a l t e r " B u d " Bryson." At left is H a r r y J . Bryson, below is Thomas A. Bryson. U ^J 104 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 J C G S P h o t o A l b u m rne.i£- Above, Bud Bryson in t h e snows of Metz. Below, J a c k s o n County soldier Clifton Smith. The Bryson photos a r e s h a r e d w i t h us by B u d Bryson, t h e Smith p h o t o in a gift from J o a n n e Brown Bryson. W 105 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 J C G S P h o t o A l b u m \ J v_y Above, a World War I soldier, photo submitted by JCGS member Carl Sutton. Carl would like to know the identity of this man. \^> 106 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 J C G S R e c o g n i z e s J o e R o n n i e H o o p e r [Ed. The following story was brought to our attention by JCGS member Al Hooper. The story was then organized by JCGS member April Brendle, using Internet sources which will be cited-at the end of the article.] Joe Ronnie Hooper was born August 8, 1938, in Piedmont, South Carolina, and then grew up in Washington state. Joe's father was Henry Hooper. His grandfather, Walton A. Hooper from Jackson County, was the son of Hillman Perry Hooper. Hillman Perry Hooper's father was William Burke Hooper, son of John Hooper. "Based on this lineage, Joe is related to a large number of people in Jackson County." ' Joe Ronnie Hooper was to Vietnam what Alvin York and Audie Murphy were to World Wars I and II. Joe was the most decorated soldier in the entire Vietnam conflict.2 Joe served with the 101" Airborne Division, Company D, 2nd Battalion, 501st Infantry. He received the Medal of Honor from President Nixon for his bravery on February 21, 1968, near Hue. The citation reads: "For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his own life above and beyond the call of duty. He distinguished himself while serving as a squad leader with Company D. The company was assaulting a heavily defended position along a river bank when it en­countered withering fire from rockets, machine guns and automatic weapons. He rallied several men and stormed across the river, over­running several bunkers on the opposite shore. Thus inspired, the rest of the company moved on the attack. With utter disregard for his own safety, he moved out under intense fire again and pulled back the woun­ded, refused medical aid and returned to his men. With relentless en­emy fire disrupting the attack, he single-handedly stormed three enemy bunkers, destroying them with hand grenades and rifle fire, and shot two enemy soldiers who had attacked and wounded the Chaplain. Leading his men forward in a sweep of the area, he destroyed three buildings housing enemy riflemen. At this point he was attacked by a North Viet­namese officer whom he fatally wounded with his bayonet. Finding his men under heavy fire from a house to the front, he proceeded alone to the building, killing its occupants with rifle fire and grenades. By now his initial body wound had been compounded by grenade fragments. Despite multiple wounds and the loss of blood, he continued to lead his men against the intense enemy resistance. As his squad reached the final lines of the enemy, it received devastating fire from four bunkers in line on their left flank. He gathered several hand grenades and raced down a small trench which ran the length of the bunker line, tossing grenades into each bunker as he passed by, killing all but two of the occupants. With these positions destroyed, he concentrated on the last bunkers facing his men, destroying the first with an incendiary grenade and neutralizing two more by rifle fire. He then raced across an open field, still under enemy fire, to rescue a wounded man who was trapped in a trench. Upon reaching the man, he was faced by an armed enemy soldier whom he killed with his C 1 E-mail message to Jackson County Genealogical Society from A.D. (Al) Hooper 12 Sep 2002 2 Ibid 107 KJ Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 pistol. Moving his comrade to safety, he returned to his men, neutralizing the final pocket of enemy resistance by fatally wounding three North Viet­namese officers with rifle fire. He then established a final line and reor­ganized his men, not accepting medical treatment until this was accom­plished and not consenting to evacuation until the following morning. His supreme valor, inspiring leadership and heroic self-sacrifice were directly responsible for the company's success and provided a lasting example in personal courage for every man on the field. His actions were in keeping with the highest tradition of military service and reflect great honor upon himself and the United States Army.3 After two combat tours in the Vietnam War, Joe had received 37 medals. They included two Silver Stars, six Bronze Stars, and eight Purple Hearts.4 Joe Ronnie Hooper died of natural causes on May 6, 1979, and was buried in Section 46 of Arlington National Cemetery. His grave is not far from The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.5 Sources Al D. Hooper Arlington National Cemetery Web site PSG, George Parker, Co. D, 501st Infantry . Joliet Herald - News, Joliet, Illinois Rick Anderson, Seattle Weekly News 3 Medal of Honor citation, March 7, 1969 and reprinted from Arlington National Cemetery Web site http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net * Web site Ibid. V_y 5 Arlington Cemetery Web site and Hooper, Al 108 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 W o r l d W a r I V e t e r a n B u r i a l s i n J a c k s o n C o u n t y [Ed. The following list is explained by its title. Compiled by JCGS member Ruth C. Shuler from the JCGS book The Cemeteries of Jackson County. Ruth reports that some persons who might have served in this war are not listed here because data on the stones was not sufficient to identify the conflict.] Dills Cemetery Addie Cemetery Lawrence, L. Wilson Fred R. Pannell Frank N. Disbrow Lenord B. Leverson Lawrence O. Henson East Fork Cemetery James B. Morris Coleman B. Allison Frank Guy Terrell Berlin C. Buchanan Jake W. Deitz Balsam Baptist Church Cemetery Harvey J . Frady Lonnie M. Crisp Lonnie L. Cooper Balsam Grove Cemetery Holmes Boyd Parker Campground Cemetery George Mathis Lower Coward Cemetery Author L. Blanchard Paul Dombey Phillips Robert H. Lindley John G. Coward Upper Coward Cemetery John R. Brendle Crawford Cemetery Thomas C. Bryson Joseph Monifel Hoyle Cullowhee Baptist Church Cemetery James B. Painter Charles Howard Painter Johnnie S. Seymour Samuel Oscar Ensley Charlie H. Stephens CuUowhee Methodist Church Cemetery John Robert Cotter Zeke B. Byrd Dillard Cemetery Elias R. Franklin John Elvin Cowan Archalaus W. Higdon C.W. Higdon Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd John Edward Brantly Evitt Cemetery James I. Potts Lyman L. Moss Fairview Memorial Gardens Edward Bryson Darrence Tallent Grady S. Ward Walter Henry Jackson Fred Mosier Williams Elsie McKinley Henry Albert Lyle Wilson Roy J . Dalton Harry Lee Steele Rufus B. Henson Ernest W. Jamison Edward H. Keefer Charlie Dean W.E. Haskett Louis V. Sumrall Ray Elton VanHorn Elliott C. Pressley Gail W. Powell Chilton Adams W.G. Extine Leo Braswell Charles H. Fletcher 109 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Franklin Cemetery James H. Rogers Walter Biddix George Robinson Greens Creek Cemetery William Walter Green Golman L. Green Gunter Gap Cemetery Ellis J. Gunter Hamburg Cemetery Lewis Bert Franks Lee Monteith Claude Hunter Thomas L. Jamison Taylor A. Fowler Hensley Cemetery Lawrence E. Mashburn Claude C. Nations Hooper-Speedwell Cemetery John A. Wilkes Hyatt Cemetery Horace B. Hyatt Keener Cemetery Oscar R. Watson Tomas T. Wild Marcus Astor Plemmons Fredrick Pierce Walter Lee Jones DewittW. Rector Raymond U. Sutton Charles S. Grindstaff Joseph Raymond Ryan Paul L. Warren Griffith F. Morgan Harold Samuel Jarvis Locust Field Cemetery James B. Cunningham Corbitt C. Sutton Long Cemetery Burke H. Evans Love Chapel Cemetery Roy R. Ashe Lovedale Cemetery Walter Burke Painter William M. Paxton Jake Francis Cable Samuel Gordon Monteith Middleton Cemetery (Canada) E.M. Chastain Moody (Barker's Creek) Cemetery James Messer James A. McMahan Person Wykle Mount Zion AME Zion Cemetery Earnel B. Rogers William Henry Rogers Nations Cemetery Murphy Conner New Savannah Cemetery Joseph L. Green Ochre Hill Baptist Church Cemetery William Rufus Keener Old Field Cemetery Henry Love William Glenn Ward Bedford Ensley Walter E. Christy William Ode Robinson One Estes Monteith Old Savannah Cemetery Rufus C. Buchanan John W. Hall J. Herschel Hall Parris Cemetery Grant Clawson James E. Rogers Grover Wilkes Samuel Cunningham Pine Creek Cemetery Louie Homer Watson Grover Watson Carl W. Childers u v ^ O 110 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Pin Hook Cemetery Frank McCall Pleasant Grove Cemetery Crate McCall Lloyd C. Hooper Union Hill Cemetery Willie R. Shuler Wilburn G. Childers James L. Nations Queen Cemetery (John's Creek) Samuel Dewitt Queen Robinson Cemetery Julius Robinson John Taylor Cochran Erastus Robinson Rogers Cemetery Arthur David Robison William Allen Adams Elcie Blakeiy, Jr. Sols Creek Cemetery Fred E. Reece Upper Stephens Cemetery Frank J. Raby Stewart Cemetery William Henry Rogers Stillwell Cemetery Andy Coward Walter Davis Ellis Molden McMahan Frank Tompkins Rhinehart Sutton Cemetery (Ochre Hill) Albert P. Hannah Thomas Memorial Cemetery Richmond P. Bridges Tuckasegee Baptist Church Cemetery William C. Alexander Robert L. Barnes James S. Carter Tuckasegee Wesleyan Cemetery Ward Cemetery Wilburn McKinley Messer Doc Nations Jesse H. Nations Webster Cemetery Lewis H. Cannon Roy F. Leatherwood Wesley Chapel Cemetery Will Fox Wike Cemetery John Marvin Wike Wilmot Cemetery Eli L. Settlemyre Wood Cemetery (Canada) Crawford Bell Wood Worley Cemetery Walter Calloway Martin Lower Zachary Cemetery GumpyT. Wilson Frank Allen Upper Zachary Cemetery James McCall Zion Hill Cemetery Joe R. Bishop George B. Franks John Henry Franks Hugh Neal Bishop William B. Webb John C. Browning William W. Potts W. Oscar Woodard C 111 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 N . C a r o l i n a S t a t e A r c h i v e s M i l i t a r y C o l l e c t i o n P r o j e c t " I W A N T Y O U ! ! ! " Colonial Wars Revolutionary War War of 1812 Mexican War War Between ute States Indian Wats Spanish-American War Boxer Rebellion Philippine Insurrection Mexican Expedition World War I World War II Korean War Vietnam Grenada Panama Desert Shield/Storm Bosnia T O H E L P P R E S E R V E N O R T H C A R O L I N A ' S P R O U D M I L I T A R Y H E R I T A G E ! ! ! ! The Military Collection of the Archives and Records Section, North Carolina Division of Historical Resources, sponsors an on-going program to better document the state's rich military heritage. The State Archives seeks to collect and preserve photographs, documents, and oral/video interviews related to the military service of North Carolinians, regardless of rank, branch, length of service, or era served. The Military Collection accepts donations of the following original items: * Personal Papers (e.g. letters, postcards, diaries, and reminiscences) * Military Papers (e.g. discharges, copies of orders, certificates, citations, and other official service-related documents) * Selected non-artifact memorabilia (e.g. printed matter, souvenir maps and brochures, menus, picture postcards, booklets, etc.) ••Photographs (originals or copies') of North Carolinians in uniform are of particular interest (Loaned images may copied and returned at no cost to the owner) [Due to space limitations and Archives' collection policy, the Military Collection cannot accept artifacts (e.g. uniforms, flags, weapons, medals, ribbons, ID tags, etc.), or "copies" of papers] W e m u s t n o t f o r g e t t h e s a c r i f i c e s m a d e b y o t h e r s o n o u r b e h a l f! If you have items to share, or are willing to conduct audio or video interviews with veterans using an easy-to- follow interview guide, please contact LTC (Ret) Sion H. Harrington III Military Collection Archivist 109 East Jones Street Raleigh, NC (Street Address) Archives and Records Section, 4614 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-4614 (Mailing Address) (919) 733-3952 (E-mail: siorUiaJrington@ncmailjiet) 112 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 " R e d , W h i t e , a n d B l u e " [Ed. Regardless of the opinions one might have about the present conflict in Iraq" (and there are many valid ones), surely everyone can agree that support for our soldiers there is a responsibility that we should willingly embrace. The following song's lyrics and music were composed by Kimberly J. Shuler, daughter of JCGS officers Ruth and Roy Shuler. Kim wrote the song to honor the service of the North Carolina 210th and 211th, outfits which have a large number of Jackson County men and women in their ranks. She has performed the song on numerous occasions, and has the BMI-registered CD for sale privately. A military police officer during her United States Army service, Kim added musical asides in the lyrics to recognize all branches of the service.] You've been called up and you're shippin' out soon, Seems you've only been back for a day or two. It's hard and it hurts to say goodbye, But I don't want you to see me cry. We love our country and when you're called for duty, Seems that all you can see' is home's natural beauty. Smell of the rain; the grass and the ground, Home and family, familiar sweet sounds. You're Red, White, and Blue, We'll be praying for you, {Always Ready For the Call) To come back home safe and sound. You're Red, White, and Blue, We'll be waiting for you, Looking for you homeward bound. (From the Halls of Montezuma, to the Shores of Tripoli) You're Red, White, and Blue in shades of desert tan, We're thinking of you, every woman, every man. Husbands and wives, sons and daughters, Children at home without mothers and fathers. The TV's turned on and we're watching the news, We're looking real hard for a glimpse of you. Ribbons and flags on our homes and cars, We love you so much; you're our stars, Of Re,d, White, and Blue, We'll be praying for you, To come back home safe and sound. (Anchors Aweigh, My Boys) You're Red, White, and Blue, We'll be waiting for you, Looking for you homeward bound. (Up We Go, Into the WildBlue Yonder) So go over there, put it to a stop, Be compassionate and caring,- but do your job. Saddam and his crowd found out this time, That they can't run and they can't hide. Red stands for courage, white is purity and truth. Blue means healing and making things new. Our people are what make our colors stand out, Go over there, stand up and shout Red, White, and Blue! We'll be praying for you, To come back home safe and sound. You're Red, White, and Blue, We'll be waiting for you', Looking for you homeward bound. We'll be looking for you homeward bound. (Over Hill, Over Dale, We Have Hit the Dusty Trail) We'll be looking for you homeward bound. c. Kimberly J. Shuler, 2003, BMI 113 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 A C i v i l W a r L e t t er [The following is a letter from Jackson County soldier David Norton to his wife in Whiteside Cove. Submitted by JCGS member Jane Gibson Nardy, it is very different in tone from early letters written by boys who were going to have the Yankees "whupped" in just a few short weeks. While we have retained the original spelling and grammar, we have added some punctuation for clarity, and paragraphing for readability. In places where we are not sure of words, we have added parentheses.] Petersburg VA Aug. 25,h 64 My own wife, I again take pleasure to write you in answer yours (of 18*) which give me much pleasure to hear from you and hear that you was well. I have not had a letter from you till today for 3 weeks. I am tolerable well. I hope you are all well. I am sorrow to hear that you have so bad a chance to go anywhere. I would be glad if I could be with you. I think I could make it convenient for you to go almost any place you would wish to go if it was necessary for you to go. I hope you will get to go up home soon as there no accommodation in your neighbors. You say the Election is over. I am beaten. I have not heard how much but there is some other way for me to get off yet I hope but I do not know how, it is as I wrote you in my last letter I mean to come home if the good Lord will spare my life. You need not entreat me to come so much for it is my full intention to come the first opportunity. Sure enough Bill & Dick is gone to the Yanks, pitty but they could of gave up in front of ^j Petersburg on 30th July, we could of sent them to their (long??) home. I believe I have answered your short but interesting letter. I wish I could get such a one ever three days. Though you would please me much better if you would give me letters of more length. I am sorrow to tell you that James Slatton died on yesterday 24* this (instant??) of his wound. I did not think he would die though he was mortally wounded. Nothing Strang has occurred around this place since I last wrote you. Mortar shelling and Sharp shooting is just as common to us as the dogs barking and the chickens cackling is to you all, we do not pay attention to it, though we loose men daily. I must tell you that our ditches are very filthy since it has rained so much, these trenches are filthy than any hog lot you ever saw in your life and smell worse (round the sink??). I tell you it is but moderate living. I can not put up with it much longer. I never you know your self have been in favor of this cruel war, and the longer the worse. You need not entreat me any more to come home any more for I am coming as soon as I get an opportunity. I would love to see you and the children. Give my Respect to your mother & family. Excuse bad writing. Your loving husband Dave ^J 114 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 J a c k s o n C o u n t y C i v i l W a r S o l d i e r E l i j a h W . F o w l e r [Ed. Tne following is submitted by JCGS member Jerry Lee Fowler of Savannah, GA. Taken from a CD donated to the society, the material gives us an exampje of a service record as well as pictures in the Fowler family.] ( C o n f c d e r a * © . 1 / p ^ / / „ ' / / | 6 2 fteg't N o r t h (Jt ^ W ~ ~ ^ C a £ 3 ? r r , i I n f a n t r y ( S t a t e Ti a r o i i u a T r o o p s ) . A f>j>ears on C o m p a n y M a s t e r R o ll at t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n n a m e d abov**, . . , 1 8 6 ^ . E n l i s t e d : W h e n . . . . p ^ r J ^ y . . ^ 1 <S6 w i « ™ „ i ^ 4 ^ ^ - ^ - i i y w h o m . ^ l ^ Z . t < ^ . C & - - Z < f s J ^ - L i s t p a i d : g ^ B y w h om T o w h a t l i m e _£&**%,^*3*/.- , I S o . P r e s e n t o r a b s e n t :^Jt<&iLe.4as&i. -~ R e m a r k s : 115 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 ^J U Elijah W. Fowler is the older man shown in these pictures. We would welcome identifications of the other family members. 116 ^ Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 117 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 ( C O N F E D E R A T E . > 2 L ( L i t - C y . i<Sf^i^xx^^rr CL , e- ' t - A p p e a r s o n a R e g i s t e r o f R e c e i v i n g a n d W a y s i d e H o s p i t a l , o r G e n e r a l H o s p i t a l N o . 9, R i c h m o n d , V i r g i n i a . B a t e D i s p o s i t i o n R e m a r k s : - . x ^ j J l - ^ - , 1 8 6 4 . O — J L . P a r t of t h e Fowler service record. Like so many of his regiment, Fowler was taken prisoner at Cumberland Gap. '<J <J KJ 118 Journeys Through Jackson, July - August 2003 C 1 9 5 8 D e a t h C e r t i f i c a t e s o f J a c k s o n C o u n t y P e r s o n s B o r n P r i o r t o 1 9 00 [Key to reading the following: Name of deceased; spouse; date of birth; place of birth; 1958 date of death; township; father; mother; informant; informant's address; cemetery. Abstracted by Larry Crawford in the Jackson County Register of Deeds Office July 2003.] Ammons, Martha Elizabeth; 12 Oct 1892; NC; 13 Jan; Sylva; Melvin Ammons; Kate Clark; Joseph Marion Ammons; Sylva; Lovedale Anderson, John Marshall; 12 Jul 1882; TN; 26 Nov; Qualla; Marshall Anderson; Elizabeth Hitch; W.T. Gass; Whittier; Mt. Olive, Knoxville TN Barnes, John Hiram; h/o Cansey; 14 Dec 1878; GA; 30 May; Sylva; Thomas Barnes; Georgia Harper; Mrs. Harry Mason; Sylva; Dills Benfield, John V.; 1 Jun 1893; Macon Co.; 17 Oct; Sylva; Joseph Benfield; Malinda Worley; Mrs. Riffie Miller; Franklin; Sugar Fork Blanton, John Washington; h/o Emaline Potts; 4 May 1886; NC; 12 Oct; Scotts Creek; James Blanton; Mary Mills; Mrs. John Blanton; Balsam; Balsam Baptist Bobo, Cordelia Casey; 4 Jun 1874; Cullowhee; 3 Sep; Cullowhee; William Casey; Amanda Thomas; Charles Casey; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Bradley, John W.; h/o Hattie; 19 Apr 1885; Glenville; 7 Jun; Sylva; Jack Bradley; Elizabeth ; Mrs. Hattie Bradley; Sylva; Keener Brooks, Lulu Cabe; w/o Charles C ; 17 Jun 1891; Jackson Co.; 9 Feb; Barkers Creek; Andy Cabe; Jane Jones; Charles C. Brooks; Whittier; Barkers Creek Brown, James Daniel; h/o Hulda; 23 Sep 1879; NC; 12 Apr; Canada; Jim Brown; not given; Grover Brown; Tuckasegee; Shook Buchanan, Samuel Franklin; 16 Aug 1877; Greens Creek; 24 Oct; Savannah; Frank Buchanan; Matilda Wilson; Roy S. Buchanan; Sylva; East Fork Bumgarner, Nancy Mell; 12 Apr 1875; NC; 29 Dec; Sylva; William Jones; Margaret Jenkins; Emma BUmgarner; Sylva; Lovedale Carden, Samuel Arthur; h/o Agnes; 25 Oct 1885; NC; 19 Aug; Sylva; John Carden; Nancy Gibson; Mrs. S.A. Carden; Sylva; Love Chapel Castle, Fred; 30 Nov 1898; GA; 15 Apr; Sylva; Vergel Castle; Sarah Patterson; Leeman Castle; Sylva; Ashberg, Otto Coggins, Carlyle L.; h/o Flora Harris; 8 Sep 1897; Jackson Co.; 31 May; Scotts Creek; M.L. Coggins; Tennie Moody; Mrs. C.L. Coggins; Sylva; Double Spring's Conard, Lettie Mathis; w/o Elisha; 15 Sep 1889; NC; 5 Feb; Qualla; not given; Rhoda Mathis; Mrs. James Sheehan; Whittier; Turner, Haywood Co. Crawford, William R.; h/o Mary Oxner; 14 May 1880; NC; 11 Nov; Sylva; Phillip Crawford; Adelaide Clayton; Mrs. Fred Cogdill; Sylva; Family (Ed. G.C. Crawford) Davis, Nathan Donald; 27 Jun 1897; Webster; 31 Oct; Webster; J.W. Davis; Etta Snyder; Mrs. N.D. Davis; Webster; Webster Dean, Eva Mell; 25 Mar 1884; Sylva; 17 Aug; Sylva; Sam W. Monteith; Carylon Ensley; not given; not given; Old Field Dillard, Alice Belle; w/o A.C.; 15 Jun 1889; NC; 14 Jul; Sylva; Columbus Higdon; Violet Wilson; Violet Hunsucker; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Dills, Delia Leona; 16 Jun 1888; NC; 24 Apr; Barkers Creek; William Dills; Ann Rogers; Ethel Lambert; Whittier; Keener 119 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Dills, Ida Ann; 30 Jun 1880; Cullowhee; 21 Dec; Sylva; Columbus Bryson; Artie Phillips; Iva J. Mull; Cullowhee; Black Mountain Dolph, Jessie Elgworth; h/o Lizzie; 9 Jun 1882; Cherokee, IA; 22 Feb; Hamburg; not given; not given; Lizzie Dolph; Tuckasegee; Tuckasegee Farmer, Thad Wilson; h/o Kathryn Alexander; 1 Nov 1887; NC; 12 Dec; Sylva; Thad Farmer; Lou Extine; Jerome Farmer; Sylva; Balsam Grove Fisher, Charles C; h/o Myrtle McCracken; 9 Sep 1891; NC; 18 Oct; Sylva; J.L. Fisher; Emma Queen; Mrs. CC. Fisher; Sylva; Old Field Fisher, Rhoda Jane; w/o William; age 77; Cowarts; 2 Oct; Scotts Creek; Bud Mills; Nancy Brooks; Dennis Fisher; Sylva; Crawford Fortner, Doffus Washington; 13 Feb 1873; NC; 6 Jun; Sylva; Elijah Fortner; Debra Parks; Elijah Fortner; Sylva; Mathis Franks, Cora B.; 3 Jul 1885; NC; 30 Jan; Sylva; D. H. Pressley; Amanda Roper; Daniel Franks; Glenville; Hamburg Grady, William Jerome; h/o Neva; 5 May 1887; NY.NY; 18 Sep; Cullowhee; Joseph Grady; Mary Curry; Mrs. William Grady; Cullowhee; Hooper-Speedwell Hahn, Louie; h/o Freda Schultz; 10 Jan 1876; Whittenburg, GER; 30 Sep; Cashiers; not given; not given; Carl Hahn; Highlands; Joshua Creek-Arcadia, FL Hall, Laura; w/o Henry; 23 Aug 1879; NC; 4 Jan; Greens Creek; Harrison Bradley; Angeline Bryson; Kelly Hall; Sylva; Old Savannah Hampton, Grinsfield Taylor; 12 Jun 1888; Whittier; 30 Dec; Sylva; G.T. Hampton; Emma J. Shelton; Conley Hampton; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Henry, Dorothy Doan; 17 Aug 1894; Lakewood, OH; 31 May; Cashiers; Charles Henry; Mary Doan; Louise Moyse; Cashiers; Evergreen-Painesville, OH Hooper, Ottis; 7 Aug 1887; Glenville; 2 Dec; Webster; Mike Hooper; Minnie Wilson; Oliver Hooper; Glenville; Glenville Hopkins, Edwin Dillard; h/o Ellen Wike; 29 Nov 1872; VA; 11 Jan; River; John Hopkins; Nannie Christy; Sam Hopkins; Knoxville, TN; Wike Hoyle, Sarah Jane; 9 Jan 1874; NC; 10 Apr; Sylva; Tom Walker; Lynda Brooks; Bill Paxton; Sylva; Lovedale Hyatt, Frank Pearson; 28 Mar 1894; Gay; 1 May; Savannah; Lon Hyatt; Carolina Hurst; Verco Hyatt; Sylva; Zion Hill Lusk, Sam Dillard; h/o Emma Rogers; 21 Dec 1888; SC; 28 Sep; Cashiers; William Lusk; Dorothy Lusk; Emma Rogers Lusk; Cashiers; Cherokee Baptist-Oconee Co., SC McCall, Henry Sherman; 4 Jul 1873; Macon Co.; 21 Feb; Canada; not given; Jerome Wilson; Lela McCall; Tuckasegee; Clear Creek-Highlands Mace, James Marshall; 28 Sep 1886; Burke Co.; 7 Nov; Webster; James Henry Mace; Sarah Jane Carswell; Mrs. Bessie Poteat; Morganton; Morganton Mathis, Susie; w/o Simon; 1874; Swain Co.; 21 Jan; Qualla; Calum Mathis; Debbie Bradley; Simon Mathis; Whittier; Union Hill Middleton, Sarah Arlecia; w/o James; 26 Aug 1879; Tuckasegee; 9 Dec; River; John Shook; Hilda Brown; James Middleton; Tuckasegee; Middleton Monteith, Mary Magdeline; 2 Mar 1876; NC; 23 Feb; Dillsboro; William Carson; Harriet Oxner; Edna Monteith; Dillsboro; Parris 120 KJ ^J \ J Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Morgan, Theodosia; 27 May 1873; Dillsboro; 30 May; Sylva; Robert Kelly; not given; Sadie Yonally; Eustis, FL; Keener Morgan, William Henry; h/o Candus; 24 May 1886; NC; 5 Jul; Webster; Phillip Morgan; Jane Green; James Morgan; Black Mountain; Lovedale Mustin, Albert Robertson; h/o Germaine Almand; 20 Jan 1887; Augusta, GA; 22 Aug; Cashiers; Eli Mustin; Laura Robertson; Germaine Mustin; Augusta, GA; Summerville-Augusta, GA Nations, William Vance; h/o Ellen; 4 Nov 1885; Wilmot; 24 Feb; Barkers Creek; Zeb Nations; Erma Franklin; Ellen Nations; Whittier; Hensley Parris, Nelson; 11 Sep 1870; NC; 6 Feb; Sylva; William Parris; Margaret Cogdill; Perry Parris; Sylva; Addie Potts, James Curtis; h/o Clara Whelchel; age 72; NC; 12 Apr; Caney Fork; James Calvin Potts; Sarah Woodard; Roy Potts; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Baptist Phillips, Artie Cathrine; 1 Apr 1886; Haywood Co.; 19 Apr; Caney Fork; William Phillips; Laura Tritt; Horace Phillips; Cullowhee; Coward" Phillips, Charlie Hillman; h/o Ester, 14 May 1888; Haywood Co.; 1 Mar; Caney Fork; William Phillips; Laura Tritt; Ester Phillips; Cullowhee; Cowarts Pickens, Sarah Elizabeth; 2 May 1870; NC; 11 Mar; Sylva; Lewis Gibbs; Vina Bryson; Mamie Dorsey; Sylva; Parris Powell, Margaret Haseltine; 28 Nov 1867; NC; 5 May; River; T.T. Slatton; Sarah Hooper; Mrs. Joe Rigdon; Canton; Tuckasegee Redmond, George Lee; 6 Jul 1870; Buncombe Co.; 6 Mar; Qualla; James P. Redmond; Martha Hughes; Frank Redmond; Whittier; Whittier Reed, James Alfred; 2 Dec 1887; Sylva; 14 Nov; Sylva; Charlie Reed; Lina Monteith; Charles G. Reed; not given; Old Field Reed, Sallie Sarah; 13 Dec 1871; Sylva; 7 Apr; Sylva; Benjamin Harris; Polly Monteith; Roy Reed; Waynesville; Old Field Rice, Rosetta Crowe; w/o William S.; 27 Aug 1877; Jackson Co; 26 May; Cashiers; Frank Crowe; Sarah Rogers; Fred Rice; Cashiers; Pleasant Grove Rogers, George Tilley; h/o Fannie E.; 2 Jun 1879; NC; 4 May; Webster; Baxter Rogers; Roxie Stillwell; Fannie Rogers; Sylva; Stillwell Seaboft, Seab; 27 May 1879; GA; 13 Jan; Scotts Creek; not given; not given; Walter Smathers; Balsam; Red Bank Seymour, John Sebastian; h/o Lillian Epton; 5 Apr, 1893; Columbia, SC; 6 Jul; Sylva; S.C. Seymour; Anna Margaret Bronson; Lillian E. Seymour; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Smith, Ida Jane; 12 Mar 1873; NC; 6 Jun; Cullowhee; Lewis J. Smith; Clara Coward; Nannie McGuire; Cullowhee; East LaPorte Smith, John V.; h/o Birdine Johnson; 25 Jun 1881; Haywood Co.; 4 Jun; Scotts Creek; William Palmer; Jane Smith; Oliver Smith; Balsam; Hannah-Haywood Co. Smith, William Henry; h/o Bertha D. Fox; 23 Apr 1886; Anderson Co SC; 16 Oct; Sylva; Steven Smith; Missouri Cothran; Hoyt Smith; Cullowhee; Hooper Sutton, Coleman Davis; 21 Jan 1876; NC; 14 Feb; Savannah; Jerome Sutton; Sarah Ashe; Robert Lee Sutton; Gay; Keener Sutton, Mary Cordelia; 9 May 1873; Jackson Co.; 5 Jul; Qualla; Joseph Green; Parthene Brooks; Mrs. Algie Sutton; Whittier; Old Savannah 121 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Watson, Ella Mae; 25 Jun 1886; Jackson GA; 1 Feb; Hamburg; Alsa Roberts; Sallie Morgan; Furman Wood; Cashiers; Norton Watson, Margaret Emly; 19 Jun 1867; Jackson Co.; 26 Mar; Caney Fork; Henry Moses; Elizabeth Watson; Etta Green; Cullowhee; Balsam Grove Watson, Mell Vinie; w/o Robert; Feb 1860; Jackson Co.; 26 Nov; Sylva; George Morrison; Mary Carter; Boyd Morton; Cullowhee; Bumgarner Fall Cliff Watson, Mitchell Lee; h/o Mae; 4 Oct 1887; Jackson Co.; 16 Mar, Sylva; Alfred Watson; Collins; Carl Watson; Brevard; Zachary Watson, William Alfred; h/o Mary Wood; 31 Dec 1877; NC; 19 Aug; Caney Fork; Dan Watson; Amanda Rhinehart; Lonnie Watson; Cullowhee; Wike Wheatley, Harry Elmer; h/o Ethel; 28 Dec 1886; not given; 14 May; Sylva; Frank Wheatley; Anna Ridge; Ethel Wheatley; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Wiggins, Laura Hester; w/o G.C; 9 Mar 1889; Jackson Co.; 30 Mar; Sylva; Jasper Pannell; Matilda Ensley; Hope Wiggins; Tuckasegee; Addie Wilson, Sherlie Erastus; h/o Mae Jamerson; 1 Apr 1882; NC; 8 Feb; Cullowhee; William Wilson; Margaret Mashburn; Mrs. Wood Smith; Cullowhee; Wilson-Cullowhee Wilson, Thomas Cleveland; h/o Lila Trantham; 3 Jan 1883; Cullowhee; 27 Nov; Cullowhee; Eras Wilson; Elizabeth Bennett; Mrs. Cleveland Wilson; Cullowhee; Wilson-Cullowhee Wood, Emma Page; w/o H.L.; 27 Jul 1881; GA; 28 May; Caney Fork; John Henry Page; Minerva Talley; Dillard Wood; Cullowhee; Balsam Grove Wood, Garland Fergerson; 10 Jun 1878; NC; 12 Apr; Caney Fork; Jack Wood; not given; Howard Wood; Cullowhee; Balsam Grove \ J J C G S L i b r a r y A c q u i s i t i o n s U Call No. 929.1 929.1 929.3 9293 929.2 Author Helmbold, F. Wilbur Doane, Gilbert H. Summers, Kathleen A. Hofmann, Margaret M. Reagan, Donald B. Title Tracing Your Ancestry: A Step-by-Step Guide to Researching Your Family History Searching for Your Ancestors: The How and Why of Genealogy Abstract Henderson County, NC Estate Records, 1838-1900 North Carolina Abstracts of State Grants (2 volumes) Smoky Mountain Clans (3 volumes) Donor Bill Crawford Bill Crawford Purchase Purchase Purchase ^J 122 Journeys Through Jackson July —August 2003 T h e F u l l b r i g h t A n c e s t r y o f D a n n y J o n e s [Ed. We continue in this issue with the work of JCGS member Danny Jones.] Poppa shared his shop with Uncle Lush Monteith (his first cousin), who was a cobbler. Poppa also made caskets. In the early part o f the 1900's, store-bought caskets were only for city folks or ones with a lot of money. The mountain people would lay up, in the barn loft, boards of Cherry, Oak or Walnut to air dry until needed for that last journey home. Many a night Poppa would be called from his bed to make a casket to be used the next day. Most funerals were held very shortly after the death, since no embalming services were available. Kathleen (Samuel's youngest daughter) told of helping line the caskets because Poppa's fingers were rough from working with the boards. She also said that the caskets were beautiful works o f art. She remembered one casket in particular that was made from Black Walnut. It was finished to a mirror shine, lined with white satin and had silver hardware. She also said that working with the caskets never did bother her except for one time. Poppa had been working late on a casket for delivery the next day. He had set the finished job up in front of the potbellied stove so the finish would complete drying. Kathleen used the shed next to Poppa's shop to keep her car oiit of the weather. To enter the shed you had to go through Poppa's shop and open the double doors. It was very early, not even good daylight, when Kathleen started to her car to go to her teaching job. As she walked into the shop she stepped right into that casket resting in front of the stove. She said that that wasone funny feeling standing there in that casket! . Bertha Painter Fullbright, the writer's grandmother, was a tall Victorian Lady in the truest sense of S^ the word. She ruled her family with an iron hand in a velvet glove. She was in her late 60's when the writer was born. She had snow-white hair that she put up in a braid on top of her head in a bun. Her hair hung below her waist when it was down. I have watched her in the mornings brush her hair, braid it, and put it up. She would then sit turning her head one way and then another. If it was not perfect, down it came, was brushed, re braided and put back up until it was perfect. Whenever she went out "socially" (to the doctor, to church, etc.), she always wore a hat. Most times it was a white or black straw hat with a flat brim. It would be secured with long lethal hatpins. To see her presiding over the table at the church homecoming picnic in her wire rimmed glasses, white hat, and long dress that came to her ankles was something else! You knew who was in command. While Bertha had little formal education, she was widely read. She even read every textbook that her daughters brought home from school. She read aloud to the children in the family from every book that came to hand in the house. She took in many children who did not have a home Or had lost parents and raised them in her home with love and kindness. Her cooking was well known in the community. Reverend Hopkins and John Sitton would be sure to stop by for a meal or two when in the community. It did not matter if they were Baptist or not, they were welcome at the table. Uncle John Sitton was a Baptist preacher. He had a long white beard and long white hair. * 123 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 When it came time to make the butter, everything in the house was washed and sterilized. The girls were set to churning and were not allowed to add hot water to the milk (which was a short cut to get the butter to come from the milk). ^ In the summer she would can as many as a hundred to a hundred fifty quarts or gallons of beans, tomatoes, corn, apples and other garden produce. She would put up stone crocks of sourkraut and pickled stuffed peppers. Dried apples and leather breaches(beans) were dried and put up for the winter. In the winter when Poppa killed hogs, she and Aunt Nancy rendered out the lard, making sausage and souse. Smoked the hams and bacon in the smokehouse over a hickory fire. Aunt Nancy cured the hams, shoulders, and side meat. Bertha kept chickens, which always provided chicken for the table as well as eggs to eat and trade. In Depression years she would often barter eggs for other things that were needed for the household. Children of SAMUAL FULLBRIGHT and BERTHA PAINTER are: 60. i. GENEVA LOUISE11 FULLBRIGHT, b. September 11, 1906, Cullowhee, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA; d. August 20, 1963, Pisgah Forrest, Transylvania County, North Carolina, USA. 61. ii. EDITH IRENE FULLBRIGHT, b. April 19, 1908, Cullowhee, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA; d. June 04, 1989, Hickory, Catawaba County, North Carolina, USA. 62. iii. MARY KATHLEEN FULLBRIGHT, b. November 15, 1913, Speedwell, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA; d. June 12, 2000, Matthews, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, USA. vJ iv. SON FULLBRIGHT. V. DAUGHTER FULLBRIGHT. 4 8 . LAURA EMMA1 0 FULLBRIGHT (WILLIAM WESLEY9 FULBRIGHT, JACOB%, BARNETT1 FULLBRIGHT, JACOB6, JOHN WILHELM1 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3. SIMON2, HANS1)11 was born July 20, 1901 in Haywood Co., N. C./ ; , and died May 01, 1965 in Plains, Ga.". She married THOMAS MATHEW COX/ ; October 06, 1918 in Preston, Webster Co., Ga./ ; . He was born August 14, 1882 in Webster Co., Ga.y / , and died February 05, 1940 in Americus Ga". Children of LAURA FULLBRIGHT and THOMAS COX are: 6 3 . i. JACK F . 1 1 COX. SALLIE M A E COX. MARTHA RUTH COX, b. January 06,1921, Webster Co., Ga.; d. June 20, 1996, Albany, Ga.. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS COX. ALMA CHRISTINE COX. LORENA COX. DOROTHY A N N COX. ROSALYE COX. 124 64. 65. 66. 61. 68. 69. 70. ii, iii, iv, V, vi, vii, viii, Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 4 9 . CARRIE MAE1 0 FULLBRIGHT (JOHN MILES JACK9, MILES W8, BARNETT1, JACOB6. JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3, SIMON1, HANS1) was b o r n J u l y 0 2 , 1893 in Haywood County, North Carolina, USA", and died May 01, 1987 in Greenville, South Carolina, USA. She married JAMES WELLBORN STREET November 27, 1910 in Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA. He was born February 09, 1889-in Carrolton, Georgia, USA, and died 1950 in Greenville, South Carolina, USA. Children of CARRIE FULLBRIGHT and JAMES STREET are: i. ELZIA11 STREET, b. January 04,1912. ii. JAMES SELMAN STREET, b. October 26,1914. iii. NOLLIE RUTH STREET,"b. December 12,1916. iv. OTIS STREET, b. July 15,1920. v. LOUISE STREET, b. December 08,1923. vi. WILLIAM FREDRICK STREET, b. January 26,1926. 5 0 . HUGH1 0 MCCLURE (JOSEPH9, MAHALA KATHERINE8 FULBRIGHT, DANIEL7, JOHN WILLIAM6, JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3, SIMON2, HANS1) was born December 23, 1897 in Eldridge, Missouri, United States, and died March 01, 1978 in Lebanon, Missouri, United States. He married DAISY ARMENTA WILSON March 30, 1922 in Prosperine, Missouri, United States. She was born June 13, 1899 in Prosperine, Missouri, United States. Children of HUGH McCLURE and DAISY WILSON are: > i. GRACE MAY11 MCCLURE. CHARLES JOSEPH MCCLURE. BETTY J U N E MCCLURE. RETTA IRENE MCCLURE. ELLA L O U I S E MCCLURE. HUGH M C C L U R E , JR.. 5 1 . LENA1 0 MCCLURE (JOSEPH9, MAHALA KATHERINE8 FULBRIGHT, DANIEL7, JOHN WILLIAM6, JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4. DANIEL NIKOLAUS3. SIMON2, HANS1) was b o r n February 06, 1904 in Lebanon, Missouri, United States, and died July 1987 in Springield, Missouri, United States. She married LEN PALMER POOL April 16, 1923 in Lebanon, Missouri, United States. He was born April 16, 1902 in Lebanon, Missouri, United States. Children of LENA McCLURE and LEN POOL are: 7 5 . i. ADA PERRY1 1 POOL, 76. ii. WILLIAM LEN POOL, b. May 04, 1929, Lebanon, Missouri, United States; d. October 13,1968, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States. 52. ROBERT EPHRAIM10 FULBRIGHT (HENRY DAVID9, EPHRAIN ROBERTSON8, WILLIAM WILSON7, JOHN WILLIAM6, JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3, SIMON2, HANS1) was born February 08, 1860, and died March 29, 1926. He married MARY LENORE THOMPSON. She was born May 15, 1862, and died February 19, 1947. 125 71. 72. 73. 74. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Children of ROBERT FULBRIGHT and MARY THOMPSON are: 77. i. FRANK DABBS11 FULBRIGHT, b. September 27,1889; d. September 05,1948. i i . ROBERT Y O U N T F U L B R I G H T. i i i . ELIZABETH L E N O R A F U L B R I G H T , m . W I L L I A M BORCHARDT. i v . PATTIE I S A B E L F U L B R I G H T , m . M A X X R U G G. v . JAMES T H O M P S O N F U L B R I G H T , m . M A R Y (?). Generation No. 7 5 3 . COY TRUMAN1 1 STATLER (BERTHA ALICE10, PETER AMOS*, SARAH8 FULBRIGHT. JACOB7 FULLBRIGHT. JR., JACOB6, JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANSHLOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3, SIMON2, HANS]) was born February 27, 1915 in Sedgewickville Mo72, and died January 28, 1978 in Van Buren Mo7 \ He married MILDRED MARIE BOHNENKAMP October 09, 1935 in Sedgewickville Mo7". She was born February 21, 1916 in Bourbon Mo72, and died February 08, 1989 in Pineland Fla". Children of COY STATLER and MILDRED BOHNENKAMP are: 7 8 . i. MARY A L I C E 1 2 STATLER. 7 9 . ii. PAUL T R U M A N STATLER. 80. 81. 82. 83. i ii, iii, iv, w v ^ 5 4 . MINNIE L E E " FULLBRIGHT (ASHURY BYRD10, DANIEL MONROE9, ELI8, BARNETT7, JACOB6, JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3, SIMON2, HANS1) was b o r n M a r ch 31, 1907, and died February 1978 in Canadys, South Carolina, USA. She married CLYDE A. QUINN. Children of MINNIE FULLBRIGHT and CLYDE QUINN are: i. ALVIN A12 QUINN. i i . JOHN B . QUINN. i i i . BARBARA QUINN. i v . ANN QUINN. 5 5 . ALVIN DAVID (SOL)1 1 FULLBRIGHT (THOMAS POLK10, DANIEL MONROE9, ELI8, BARNETT7, JACOB6, JOHN WILHELM5 VOLPRECHT, HANS HIOB4, DANIEL NIKOLAUS3, SIMON1, HANS1) was b o rn March 08, 1911 in Jackson County, North Carolina, USA, and died September 13, 2000 in Skyland Care Center, Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA. He married (1) DIXIE NELL BYRD. She died 1980 in Webster, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA. He married (2) CATHRYN MINNIE DAVIS March 1980, daughter of JOHN DAVIS and MINNIE PAINTER. She was bom June 26, 1909 in Webster, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA, and died May 03, 2000 in Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA. Children of ALVIN FULLBRIGHT and DDCIE BYRD are: ROBERT BYRD1 2 FULLBRIGHT, b. F e b r u a r y 0 4 , 1 9 3 7. ALTON POLK FULLBRIGHT, b. J u l y 24, 1938, Jackson County, North Carolina, USA. K^J JERRY EDWARD FULLBRIGHT, b. D e c e m b e r 0 6 , 1 9 4 5. KENNETH MONROE FULLBRIGHT. 126 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 D e s c e n d a n t s o f G e o r g e W a s h i n g t o n G r e e n J r . a n d S a r a h C a t h e r i n e A s h e G r e e n [Ed. In this issue, we conclude the Green family article submitted by JCGS president Dorris Dills Beck.] Mariah Adeline Green (8 May 1 8 7 3 - 6 Oct 1949) m. 6 Aug 1890 Coleman S. Brooks (6 Aug 1872 - 29 Jan 1951). Both buried Bethel United.Methodist Church, Macon County, NC Roy Brooks (30 Sep 1894 - 30 Nov 1923) m. 20 May 1912 Bell Tallent. Buried Bethel. Maggie Brooks (28 Aug 1897-16 May 1917) Buried Bethel. Martha Brooks (9 Feb 1900 -r 8 Jul 1949) m. Hood Taylor. Martha buried Bethel. Lydia Brooks (15 Feb 1902 - 16 Apr 1930) m. 1 Oct 1918 Leamon Kelley Morgan (13 Apr 1902 - 29 May 1979). Both buried Old Savannah. Robert C. Brooks (30,Jul 1902 - 28 Aug 1939) m. Margaret Godfrey. Robert buried Bethel. Bonnie Brooks (4 Mar 1907 - ) m. 15 Feb 1927 Earley M. Hyatt. Sam Brooks (5 Sep 1913 - ) m. Alberta Earlie Wiley Brooks (14 Dec 1916 - 10 Oct 1952) m. Vera Dobbs. Wiley buried Bethel. Rev. Robert Wesley (Wes) Green (23 Sep 1875 - 24 Feb 1954) m. 27 Aug 1892 #1 Sarah Cordelia (Sallie) Buchanan (22 Mar 1874 - 19 Nov 1936); m. #2 Emmie Odear. Wes and Sarah buried Old Savannah. Ollie Vesta Green (4 Jun 1893-15 Jul 1920) m. 9 Aug 1914 Jesse Grady Dills (1 Aug 1891 - 29 Aug 1945). Ollie buried Old Savannah; Jesse buried Cullowhee Baptist Church with wife #2. > Laura Belle Green (8 Dec 1894 - 2l"Feb 1978) m. J a c k Wykle (19 Feb 1895 - 23 Feb 1979) . Both buried Old Savannah. Prudence Kathryn Green (14 Oct 1896 - 14 Nov 1896) buried Old Savannah (no marker) Lorenie Matilda Green (8 Sep 1897 - 11 Dec 1963) m. Kelse Jason McMahan (5 Mar 1895-2 Aug 1974). Both Duried Watauga Baptist Church, Macon County, NC. Martha Alletha (Mattie) Green (8 Jan 1900 - 2 Apr 1987) m. #1 23 Jun 1918 Gaither Morgan; m. #2 Frank Trantham (2 Sep 1908-19 May 1980), son of Estes Trantham (10 May 1881 - 15 Jan 1954) and Iva Lee Buchanan Trantham (7 Feb 1888 - 1981). Mattie and Frank buried Old Savannah. 127 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Thaddeus Austin Green (2 Aug 1902 - 6 Dec 1973) m. 10 Sep 1922 Beulah Elba Cagle (25 May 1 9 0 5 - 6 Sep 1906) d/o E. Burder Cagle (11 Sep 1885 - 27 Apr 1975) and Mattie Sutton Cagle (19 Apr 1887 - 11 Sep 1972). Austin and Beulah buried Old Savannah. Gracie Ellen Green (10 Nov 1904-3 Apr 1994) m. 26 Feb 1921 Jesse Grady Dills (his m. #2) (1 Aug 1891 - 29 Aug 1945), son of Marcus Lafayette Dills (2 May 1840 - 6 Jan 1917) and Lydia Caroline (Callie) Sutton Dills (14 Feb 1851 - 19 Sep 1897). Gracie and Jesse buried Cullowhee Baptist Church Cemetery. Mary Magdalene Green (26 Mar 1907 - 28 Mar 1907) Buried Old Savannah (no marker) Dorothy Evelyn Green (27 May 1 9 0 8 - 9 Oct 1990) m. John Nicholson ( 1 9 0 8 - 5 Apr 2000), son of John Allan Nicholson and Tina Walker Nicholson. Dorothy and John buried Hollywood Cemetery, Gastonia, NC. Fannie Lovonia Green (5 Sep 1910 - 19 Feb 1995) m. 7 Mar 1931 Otis Steve Byrd (25 Aug 1911 - 26 Apr 1985) son of George Lee Byrd and Elizabeth Johnson Byrd. Lovonia and Otis buried Harlem Memorial Cemetery, Harlem, GA. Silas Homer Washington Green (22 Feb 1913 - 29 Jun 1979) m. Kathleen Bryson (28 Jun 1917 - 25 Dec 2000) d/o John Franklin Bryson (24 Feb 1890 - 26 Sep 1979) and Delia Mae Stevens Bryson (3 Dec 1900 - 22 Oct 1993). Homer and Kathleen buried Fairview Memorial Gardens, Sylva, NC Annie Rozelle Green (20 Apr 1915 - 28 Jun 1978) m. 28 Jul 1934 Joseph Hobert Chambers (9 Jan 1906 - 22 Apr 1971). Both buried Crawford Memorial Gardens, Clyde, NC. Otho Wesley Green (11 Jul 1918 - 18 Oct 1922) Buried Old Savannah. Nancy Adalee Green (10 Nov 1878 - ) m. #1 Annis Frady m. #2 Sarah Elizabeth Green (11 Aug 1881 - ) m. #1 Napoleon Frady, son of John Frady and Messer Frady; m. #2 14 Feb 1908 William Estes (6 Jan 1867 - ), son of Jesse Estes and Margaret Cope Estes. Sarah buried Sugar Fork Cemetery, Macon County, NC Children by Napoleon Frady: Kelse Frady m. Eva McCoy William McKelly Frady (30 Jul 1902 - 3 Jun 1959) m. #1 Blanche Buchanan; m. #2 Velma ; m. #3 Eva Stewart. Kelly buried Pine Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Odessa Frady (10 Feb 1905 - ) m. 10 May 1921 Grover Stanfield (1890 - 1943), son of Commodore and Gregory Stanfield. Grover buried Salem Cemetery, Macon County, NC. Nettie Frady (7 Jan 1907 - ) m. #1 Fred Hall; m. #2 Jim Larson; m. #3 '_ Barker. 128 U \^J KJ Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Children by William Estes: Jesse Lyle Estes (1 Jun 1909 - ) m. Maude Angel, daughter of Sam Angel. George Wiley Estes (16 Oct 1910 - ) m. Edna Shook, daughter of Alfred Shook and Bessie Gregory Shook. Robert Lee Estes (28 Dec 1912 - ) m. Willa Mae Teems. Gladys America Estes (15 Feb 1915 - ) m. David Stanfield. Carl Estes (15 May 1917 - 16 May 1917) buried Dills Cemetery, Peek's Creek, Macon County, NC. Don Henry Estes (15 Jan 1919 - ) m. Velma Potts. Wayne Hampton Estes (8 Nov 1922 - ) m. Geraldine LeFern Dunbar. Lloyd Edward Estes (31 Jan 1925 - ) m. 19 Jan 1952 Donna Lee Sholts (31 Jan 1935 -) d/o John Henry Sholts and Elizabeth DeRousse Sholts. George Harley Green (16 Dec 1883 - 2 Feb 1971) m. #1 24 Apr 1903 Mary Carolette Estes (26 Apr 1883 - 28 Nov 1929) d/o Jesse Estes (7 Jun 1842 - 9 Nov 1911) and Margaret Cope Estes (3 Sep 1 8 4 4 - 6 Apr 1924). Harley m. #2 Dona M. Denton Hensley (29 Dec 1899-14 Feb 1986) . Harley and Carolette buried Old Savannah. Dona buried Swain Memorial Park, Bryson City, NC. Children with Carolette: Amie Green (11 Mar 1904 - ) m. #1 Roscoe Pannell; m. #2 Leo Small; m. #3 Clarence Hoyt Avery Green (4 Nov 1905 - ) m. Nellie Messer. Margaret Green (22 Jul 1907 - 24 Mar 1970) m. Floyd I. Brooks (25 Jul 1900 - 29 Aug 1981), son of Tom Brooks and Pollie Ann Gunter. Margaret and Floyd buried Moody Cemetery, Barkers Creek, NC. Leona Green (10 Jun 1909 - 10 Oct 1988) m. 13 Sep 1930 Kelly Harrison Hall (16 Apr 1908 - 26 Mar 1991), son of William Henry Hall, Sr.(8 Dec 1 8 7 6 - 4 May 1962) and Alora Bradley Hall (23 Aug 1 8 7 4 - 4 Jan 1958). Leona and Kelly buried Old Savannah. Alice N. Green (4 May 1911 - 17 Feb 1985) m. Ovied M. Beck (24 Mar 1908 - 11 Sep 1971), son of Steven Alpheus Beck (11 Feb 1871 - 13 Mar 1909) and Clarissa Jones Beck (14 Aug 1 8 7 9 - 5 Feb 1941). Alice and Ovied buried Old Savannah. Artie Louellen Green (4 Jul 1913) m. George Sutton. Esther Green (19 Aug 1915 - 13 Jan 1989) m. Avery Sutton (3 Nov 1 9 1 1 - 1 4 may 1997), son of Julius L. Sutton (16 Apr 1881 - 29 Aug 1947) and Laura Bell Ledford Sutton (22 Feb 1875 - 23 Feb 1918). Esther and Avery buried Old Savannah. 129 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Oscar Hampton Green (9 May 1917 - 11 Jul 1920) Buried Old Savannah. Paul Green (3 May 1919 - 13 Feb 1977) m. Isabelle Buchanan. Paul buried Old Savannah. Martha Magnolia (Maggie) Green (25 Jul 1921 - 14 May 1998 ) m. 18 Oct 1941 Alden Buchanan (25 Jul 1921 - ) son of Edd Buchanan (15 Mar 1900-17 Oct 1980) and Clearsie McMahan Buchanan (20 Mar 1905 - 29 Apr 1989). Maggie buried Old Savannah. Harlie Carl Green (8 Mar 1 9 2 4 - 8 Jan 1929) buried Old Savannah. Lawrence Marvin Green (31 Jul 1926 - ) m. 30 Nov 1948 Leona Muse (4 Mar 1931 - ) d/o Archie C. Muse and Celia Agnes Hill Muse. Thelma L. Green (2 Jan 1928 - ) m. 17 Sep 1945 Ferris K. Joyner (3 Jan 1923 - ), son of James Addison Joyner and Mary Marie Collins Joyner. Child with Dona Denton Hensley: Hiawatha Dixie Green (20 Feb 1933 -) U ^J KJ 130 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 T h e G r a n d c h i l d r e n o f D a v i d a n d M a r y P a r r i s , P a r t 3: T h e S a m u e l P a r r i s F a m i l y [Ed. We continue in this issue with the editor's own work on the extensive Parris family. This third segment will be one of the smallest in the family, because to our knowledge, Samuel Parris and his wife Matilda raised only one child to adulthood. We are fortunate, however, to have a Bible record from that one adult child, and we will address some very interesting questions raised by that Bible record.] Samuel Parris, third of the children of David and Mary Morrow Parris, was born, probably in Upstate South Carolina, 9 Dec 1803. He married Matilda Shuler (1 Dec 1 8 1 5 - 6 Jan 1888), and they lived in the Locust Creek section of Jackson County. Samuel died 17 Oct 1891, and he is buried with Matilda in the Old Love Chapel cemetery. Their children: Grandchild #17...Daughter Parris Although there is no guarantee that this child was a daughter of Samuel and Matilda, she is shown on the 1840 census for Haywood County. She does not appear later in this household. Grandchild #18.. .Daughter Parris The story in #17 above is identical for this little girl. Grandchild #19...William E. Parris William E. Parris was bom 3 Apr 1837. He married Lavina Deitz 1 Jan 1854 in Jackson County. They were the parents of the following: Nancy M. Parris (11 Sep 1856 - 25 Apr 1863) Amanda T. (or J.) Parris (27 Jun 1858 - 24 Apr 1863) Caldonia M. Parris (18 Jan 1861 - ) Lucinda Parris (ca. 1866) m. Israel Henry Robinson [Ed. Lucinda is not shown in the Bible record at all. She was apparently bom about the same time that William and Lavina divorced. Curiously, Lavina's death date is given in the Bible record as 14 Oct 1893. We have, however, seen records that show Lavina as a divorced woman, and also records that indicate Samuel and Matilda passing along land to Lavina or Lucinda.] William E. Parris married (2) Nancy Angeline Mills, a daughter of Reuben and Amelia Elliott Mills. Their daughter was: Laura E. Parris (27 Nov 1868 - 29 Nov 1948) m. D.J. McElroy [Ed. According to this Bible record, W.E. Parris died 7 Mar 1921 in Johnson City, Tennessee. Nancy would live until 1943. According to a pedigree chart sent to JCGS by Marguerite McElroy of Oregon, Laura McElroy died in Seattle Washington in 1948. All of this needs some more work. The Bible record shows some Parris children whom we cannot identify by family.] 131 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 W A K E C O U N T Y G E N E A L O G I C A L S O C I E TY P.O. Box 17713 Raleigh, NC 27619-7713. KJ Dear Editor, The Wake County Genealogy Society is sponsoring the following workshop. Would you please place an announcement in your upcoming newsletters for our workshop? The Wake County Genealogy Society and the Olivia Raney Library are sponsoring a workshop 27 September 2003 with speaker: Patricia Law Hatcher, CG, FASG. Ms Hatcher is a technical writer, instructor, and professional genealogist. She has written, edited, and produced numerous technical publications, including Producing a Quality Family History. Pat has written articles for The American Genealogist, The New Hampshire Genealogical Record, The Virginia Genealogist, and many other publications. Lectures for the workshop begin at 8:30 a.m. and include: • Evaluating Evidence - A Methodology for Every Day • Why Use Land Records? Because... • Along the Meanders of the Creek -- Land Platting Made Simple • Winning the Paper War -- Organizing Your Research Material The workshop will be held in the Commons Building at the Wake County Office Park, Cost is $35 for WCGS members and $50 for non-members. Non-members may join WCGS at this time and register at the WCGS rate. You can order a box lunch for $8.00. Register by sending your check to WCGS Workshop - Wake County Genealogy Society - P.O. Box 17713 - Raleigh, NC 27619-7713. \ J Patricia Law Hatcher, CG, FASG Thank you. Sincerely, Judy Rysdon, Secretary Wake County Genealogical Society ^J 132 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2Q03 P e t i t i o n f o r P a r d o n f o r H e n s o n M . C o o k [Ed. Although this petition is not new to our pages, we are pleased to repeat it in this format. 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Jackson July - August 2003 I n d e x f o r JTJ, V o l u m e X I I I , N o s . 7 - 8 Adams 109, 111 Alexander 111, 120 Allen 111 Allison 109 Almand 121 Ammons 119 Anderson 119 Angel 129 Ashe 110, 121,127 Barker 128 Barnes 111, 119 Beck 127, 129 Benfield 119 Bennett 1222 Biddix 110 Bishop 111 Blakeiy 111 Blanchard 109 Blanton 119 Bobo 119 Bohnenkamp 126 Borchardt 126 Bradley 119, 120, 129 Brantly 109 Braswell 109 Brendle 107, 109 Bronson 121 Brooks 119,120,121,127, 129 Brown 105, 119, 120 Browning 111 Bridges 111 Bryson 104, 105, 109, 120, 121, 128 Buchanan 109, 110, 119, 127, 128,130 Bumgarner 119 Byrd 109, 126, 128 Cabe 119 Cable 110 Cagle 128 Cannon 111 Carden 119 Carson 120 Carswell 120 Carter 111, 122 Casey 119 Castle 119 Cathey 134 Chambers 128 Chastain 110 Childers 110, 111 Christy 110, 120 Clark 119 Clawson 110 Clayton 119 Cochran 111 Cogdill 119,121 Coggins 119 Collins 122, 130 Conard 119 Conner 110 Cook 133,134 Cooper 109 Cope 128,129 Cothranl21 Cotter 109 Cowan 103, 109 Coward 109, 111, 121 Cox 124 Crawford 119,122 Crisp 109 Crowe 121 Cunningham 110 Curry 120 Dalton 109 Davis 111, 119,126 Dean 109, 119 Deitz 103,109, 131 Denton 129, 130 DeRousse 129 Dillard 119 Dills 119, 120, 127, 128 Disbrow 109 Doan 120 Doane 122 Dobbs127 Dolph 120 Dorsey 121 Dunbar 129 Earlie 127 Ensley 109, 110,119,122 Epton 121 Estes 128, 129 Evans 110 Extine 109, 120 Fanner 120 Fisher 120 Fletcher 109 Fortner 120 Fowler 110, 115, 116,118 Fox 111, 121 Frady 109, 128 Franklin 109, 121 Franks 110, 111, 120 Fulbright 126 Fullbright 123, 124,125 Gass 119 Gibbs121 Gibson 114, 119 Godfrey 127 Grady 120 Green 110, 121, 122,127, 128, 129,130 Gregory 128, 129 Grindstaff 110 Gunter 110,129 Hahn 120 Hall 110, 120, 128, 129 Hampton 120 Hannah 111 Harper 119 Harrington 112 Harris 121 Haskett 109 Hatcher 132 Helmbold, 122 Henry 109, 120 Hensley 129, 130 Henson 109 Higdon 109, 119 Hill 130 Hitch 119 Hofrnann 122 Hooper 107, 108, 111, 120, 121 Hopkins 120, 123 Hoyle 109, 120 'Hoyt 129 Hughes 121 Hunsucker119 Hunter 110 Hurst 120 Hyatt 110, 120,127 Jackson 109 Jamerson 122 Jamison 109,110 Jarvis 110 Jenkins 119 Johnson 121, 128, 133 Johnston 115 Jones 110, 119,123,129 135 Journeys Through Jackson July - August 2003 Joyner 130 Keefer 109 Keener 110 Kelly 121 Lambert 119 Larson 128 Leatherwood 111 Ledford 129 Leverson 109 Lindley 109 Love 110, 115 Lusk 120 Mace 120 Martin 111 Mashburn 110, 122 Mason 103, 119 Mathis 109, 119, 120 McCall 111, 120 McClure 125 McCoy 128 McCracken 120 McElroy 131 McGuire 121 McMahan 110, 111,127, 130 Messer 110, 111, 128, 129 Middleton 120 Miller 119 Mills 119, 120, 131 Monteith 110, 119,120, 121, 123 Moody 119 Morgan 110, 121, 122, 127 Morris 109 Morrison 122 Morrow 131 Morton 122 Moses 122 Moss 109 Moyse 120 Mull 120 Murphy 107 Muse 130 Mustin 121 Nardy 114 Nations 110, 111,121 Nicholson 128 Norton 114 Odear 127 Oxner120 Page 122 Painter 109, 110,123, 124, 126 Palmer 121 Pannell 109, 122, 129 Parker 109 Parks 120 Parris 121,131 Patterson 119 Paxton 110 Phillips 103, 109, 120, 121 Pickens 121 Pierce 110 Plemmons 110 Pool 125 Poteat 120 Potts 109, 111, 119,121, 129 Powell 109, 121 Pressley 109, 120 Queen 103, 111,120 Quinn 126 Raby 111 Reagan 122 Rector 110 Redmond 121 Reece 111 Reed 121 Rhinehart 111, 122 Rice 121 Ridge 122 Roberts 122 Robertson 121 Robinson 110, 111, 131 Robison 111 Rogers 110, 111,119, 120, 121 Roper 120 Rugg 126 Ryan 110 Rysdon 132 Schultz 120 Seabolt 121 Settlemyre 111 Seymour 109, 121 Sheehan 119 Shelton 120 Sholts 129 Shook 120, 129 Shuler 109, 111, 113, 131 Sitton 123 Slatton 114, 121 Small 129 Smathers 121 Smith 105,121,122 Snyder 119 Stanfield 128, 129 Statler 126 Steele 109 Stephens 109 Stevens 128 Stewart 128 Stillwell 121 Street 125 Summers 122 Sumrall 109 Sutton 106, 110, 121,128, 129 Tallent 109, 127 Talley 122 Taylor 127 Teems 129 Terrell 109 Thomas 119 Thompson 125, 126 Trantham 122, 127 Tritt 121 VanHorn 109 Volprecht 124, 125, 126 Walker 120, 128 Ward 109,110 Warren 110 Watson 110,122 Webb 111 Wheatley 122 Wiggins 122 Wike 111 Wild 110 Wilkes 110 Williams 109 Wilson 109, 111, 119, 120, 122, 125 Wood 111, 122 Woodard 111, 121 Worley 119 Wykle 110, 127 Wykle 127 Yonally 121 York 107 Kj v_y 136