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Journeys Through Jackson 2005 Vol.15 No.03

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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.
  • K 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 of 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 V , No. S u m m e r 2 0 05 C JACKSON COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, INC. 2005 Officers President Dorris D. Beck Vice Presidents Robert Blackwell, James Monteith Secretary Lynn Allen Bryant 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 We have never been prone to excuses for the lateness of this publication, but this time we actually have one. The computer didn't break, but it tore a ligament or two. Anyway, we have no patience with excuses or with computer malfunctions, and we'll just chalk it up to valid experience. Small potatoes indeed, what with the present hurricane season wreaking havoc and creating more problems than we can imagine. Inside, however, find plenty to entertain your tired eyes. We have pictures and more pictures, we have lots of official records for you to examine, we even have a narrative or two if that is your genealogical cup of tea. AH of the following Society members are, in one way or another, responsible for the publication before you. Contributors are Jim Mason, Bobbie Bradburn Henderson, James Monteith, Dorris Dills Beck, Linda Miller Duncan, Betty Cope Andrews, Ruth Crawford Shuler, Deanne Gibson Roles, and Helen Davis Cooper, along with a few items done by your editor. Many thanks to James and Bobby for providing very fine programs for us. We hear persons speak on every phase of genealogy and mountain life, and approximately twenty to thirty members are on hand to enjoy themselves on the second Thursday of the month. All persons are welcome to attend. Notice that this issue is accompanied by your Holden Award nomination. Please submit it by IS November to the Society address. U u 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 / u < w Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s Announcements and Expression of Sympathy 97 JCGS Photo Album 98 - 1 0 2 We Expand a P a r r i s L i n k 103 - 1 0 6 William Estes Archival File 107-110 JCGS L i b r a r y Acquisitions 110 1967 Jackson County Death Certificates Ill - 114 Haywood County Graves of POWs from the Civil W a r 115 - 1 2 0 Early Jackson County Marriage Certificates 121 - 1 2 4 Descendants of J o h n Gribble 125 - 1 3 2 Some E a r l y Macon County Bastardy Bonds 133 - 1 3 7 Helen Davis Cooper Photographs 138 - 1 4 1 Index 142-144 K J Remember that we always hold our dinner meeting in December. Mark your calendar for 6:30 p.m. on Thursday December 8. We will meet a t Lovedale Baptist Church, where we have helds o u r last several December meetings. Bring a covered dish ( o r two, or more), have a.good meal, and join us as we present o u r two annual awards. See y o u r separate flyer for y o u r Holden Award nomination. O We regretfully report the deaths of two Society members: Regal Nations of Darrington, Washington, a n d Bessie Deitz of the East F o r k community of Jackson County have made the journey to a better place. We offer our sympathy to their families. We also extend the nand of sympathy to J C G S members Lewis Stiwinter and Gary Phillips, both of whom have recently lost loved ones. S u b m i t y o u r H o l d e n A w a r d n o m i n a t i on 97 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 J C G S P h o t o A l b u m JCGS member Jim Mason shares this and the next five photographs with us. They show Jackson County scenes in March of 2005. The simple fact is that some of these scenes will not be with us much longer. Above, the church located on the river road between Webster and Dillsboro. We know that the congregation was African-American, but we are not sure of the church's denominational affiliation. Below, Knight's Store in Balsam. 98 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 < w J C G S P h o t o A l b um K , Above, Louie Carter's furniture shop at Addie. Below, Hall's store near the mouth of Sutton Branch. Yes, we remember when the front part of this structure did not exist, and the front of the store and station sat close to the old highway. m < w «t?"J! *$&*$ / / M sfeT s * » " # e ; -•¥ ' ^ ^ S F & S ? * ? . ^ c ^ ^ ^ f e ^ m $ t m ^ s'sn- ;?m* 99 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 J C G S P h o t o A l b um We believe that this picture is self-explanatory. An institution in the town of Whittier. Below, today's Balsam Mountain Inn. We remember it under several other names as well. 100 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 ^ J C G S P h o t o A l b u m ~^v. - K . C For our many members in Washington state, remember when? The top postcard shows the town of Darrington, the bottom one the town of Kelso. One of the most fascinating aspects of these old pictures of towns is the automobiles. And notice the marquee...Roy Rogers? Ginger Rogers? The proper credit here goes to a photographer we can identify only as "Ellis." Both cards were in the possession of Mrs. Margaret Jones Bradburn, whose daughter Bobbie Henderson shares with the Society. 101 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 J C G S P h o t o A l b u m ^J Some of the photographs shared with us are too good. Above, also from the Margaret Bradburn pictures, see the 1924 Qualla basketball team. On the back, left to right, are Maggie Parker, Cumi Howell, and Floyd Hayes. In the front, left to right, are Lorena Bradley, Winnie Cooper, and Clem Hall. This one should evoke memories from society members. Below, the grave marker of the subject of our lead article this time. Photograph by James Monteith. 102 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 < w ^ t , j We E x p a n d a P a r r i s L i n k [Ed. The following is the editor's own work, and we caution readers that this story is far from complete. It is, however, in.the very nature of genealogy to expand a family whenever possible.] In the September — October 2003 issue of Journeys Through Jackson, we delineated the James Parris - Amy McEntire family in our "Grandchildren of David and Mary Morrow Parris" series. At the end of that particular segment, we listed the family of Lucinda Parris Norman, the youngest child of James and Amy. Lucinda's oldest son, W.D. Parris, born before her marriage to Benjamin T. Norman, is duly listed with two 1880's marriages in Swain County. In a note attached to this family, we stated that we had no idea what happened to W.D. Parris. Enter James Monteith, current JCGS Co-Vice President and Monteith researcher. The second wife of W.D. Parris was Leanah Monteith, daughter of S.A. and Sarah McClure Monteith and a sister of James' great - grandfather Andrew Jackson Monteith. James has been on a determined quest to find pictures of as many of S.A. Monteith's children as possible. We spoke with James about Leanah, who we knew was buried in the Monteith Cemetery at Lauada. The TVA removal records gave the name of Nora Dorsey, a Leanah daughter, who had authorized the removal as the nearest relative. Nora at the removal time lived in Etowah, Tennessee. Now James has something of the bulldog in him, and he started making telephone calls into southeastern Tennessee. Operating under an assumption (genealogists are never to assume anything) that Nora was Leanah's only child, both of us would learn very differently. To cut through our messy details, James would report that he had established contact with this Dorsey family, who had in turn given him the name of Mrs. Peggy Wharton in Etowah. Both of us called Mrs. Wharton, James exclaiming because she* owned a picture of Leanah Monteith Parris, and your editor hoping against hope that something else would come to light about W.D. Parris. Neither of us would be disappointed. After our telephone calls, we agreed with Mrs. Wharton that we would visit in Etowah. We traveled down to Etowah after work on Friday May 20. At 9:00 Saturday morning, we visited the home of our newest cousin Peggy. Not only did she have pictures for us to see and copy, but we learned a great deal about W.D. Parris and Leanah Monteith, and in the process, we were made to feel as welcome as if we had known each other for a lifetime. This outstanding morning ended with a visit to Green Hill Cemetery in Etowah, where a number of this family rest. After a delicious meal, we came back to Jackson County (too early, be we had professional obligations on Saturday evening) satisfied that we had made a good start. Our only disappointment would be that our pictures were not clear, and we needed to ask Mrs. Wharton for yet another indulgence.. .to send us copies. We have already stated that Leanah is buried in Swain County. What was not clear at first is whether she always lived in Swain County. Peggy cleared that one up too. For' a time, at least, Leanah lived in Etowah, and another record will show that the family also lived in Georgia. In any case, Leanah Monteith was the mother of five children with W.D. Parris. Possibly a sixth child, Sarah Parris, is buried beside Leanah in Monteith Cemetery. In one of the more interesting stories, Peggy related that Leanah also raised a child (named Jim "Parris") who was actually the infant of a geologist and whose wife was dying and begged Leanah to raise the child. Remarkable. (This "Jim" made his home in Hazard, Kentucky, according to Peggy.) 103 V J Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Children of W.D. Parris and Leanah Monteith Parris Nora Ellen Parris (1888 - 1970) m. Pies Henry Dorsey (1885 - 1962) buried Green Hill, Etowah Francis Lawson Parris (1890 - 1930) m. Martha Ann Neal (1897 - 1971) buried Maces Springs, Virginia Walter Lee Paris (14 Dec 1892 - 11 Dec 1977) m. Mae Lillie Allison (8 Oct 1897 - 26 Sep 1996) buried Green Hill, Etowah [Ed. He dropped one of the "R's" in "Parris."] W. Edd Parris (died in a logging accident in Oroville, CA. Peggy has a newspaper announcement of the death.. He is buried at Green Hill in Etowah.) Lorena Parris (1897 - 1983) m. (1) Avery Lee Jenkins (1898 - 1958) m. (2) Ora Lee Buttram (18 Apr 1901 - 19 Oct 1996) All buried at Green Hill, Etowah. Lorena was the mother of Peggy Wharton and her brother William Lee Jenkins. This family lived in Etowah because of Henry Dorsey's job on the railroad. Walter also was employed in Etowah, and Lorena moved to live with Nora at age 13. (Lorena's obituary states that she was "a native of BushneU, North Carolina.") We are not clear if W.D. Parris lived at Etowah. At some point, he moved away from this family and made his home near Kingsport. He married again after Leanah's death, but remained affectionate to his children and grandchildren from his marriage to Leanah. Peggy has a copy of the mortuary bulletin at the time of his funeral. It states that he was born 20 Mar 1865 and died 13 Feb 1949, and that he is buried in Kingsport City Cemetery. Peggy remembers that he moved into town from a farm where he marketed produce. \^_J James could find no listing for a City Cemetery in Kingsport, so our trip to that destination on July 9 was cut short. We were not willing to look for a needle in a haystack, but we were to have even more good luck. James had visited the grave of Henry Monteith (great - grandfather of S.A. Monteith, no less) near Greeneville, Tennessee, and needed to go back there to secure some photographs. After doing so, we visited the Greene County Genealogical Society. Here we obtained a death certificate for W.D. Parris. It states that his usual occupation was "railroad foreman" for Southern Railway. All of the other details are the same as the mortuary bulletin, and interestingly, both parents are listed as "unknown." Our other great good fortune came about with articles written for the Holston Territory Genealogical Society's 1993 book Families and History of Sullivan County, Tennessee Volume One 1779 -1992 (Walsworth, 1993). In this book are stories about the Francis Lawson Parris family, including a very fine account of his wife, who was widowed early with four young daughters to raise. (Story #1218) At least two of those daughters also have stories in the book. We won't delineate this family just yet, because we have yet to meet any of them. One highly interesting detail from the story #1218 is that "Frank" Parris was born in Rome, Georgia in 1890. This proves that W.D. and Leanah Parris lived not only in Swain County, but in at least one other place as well. Possibly the most interesting fact that has emerged so far is that "W.D." stood for William Dillard. We had never seen any documentation locally that referred to him other than as W.D. And we have many questions that so far have proved elusive in trying to solve. First, is the City Cemetery in Kingsport now known as Oak Hill? If so, are W.D. Parris and his second wife \J buried there? 104 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 C Then we bring in another highly intriguing detail. Peggy Wharton states that W.D. Parris had a half-brother who also lived in the Kingsport area, one who went by the Parris surname. Was this one of the sons of Benjamin and Lucinda Parris Norman? We have one (S.C.) whom we cannot find. Another interesting question: What happened to the first wife of W.D. Parris? In the Swain County marriage records for 1882, W.D. Parris (age 17), son of Lucinda Norman, m. Amanda Wiggins (14), daughter of G.W. Shuler and Jane S. Kitchens 7 Aug 1882. What immediately stands out about this record is the extreme youth of both parties. Did Amanda die? Was there a divorce or an annulment? W.D. Parris then married Leanah Monteith in Swain County 6 Feb 1887. The picture below is a copy of the one much coveted by James. It shows Leanah Monteith Parris. On the following page, W.D. Parris not long before his death in 1949. He is pictured with two grandsons from his second marriage. Thank you again to Peggy Wharton for her graciousness and generosity, forward to meeting some of the Kingsport cousins as well. We look K , K . 105 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 v _ y K J By way of postscript to this article, we managed a trip to Kingsport in August. We learned that the cemetery is one and the same, and that William D. Parris and his third wife LuEmma Robinson are buried there. KJ 106 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 ^ ^ P a p e r s i n t h e W i l l i a m E s t e s A r c h i v a l F i le [Ed. We have been aware for some time of the existence of this file. The Estes family contacted us some years ago and told us about the windfall found literally in an attic box - the dream of genealogists. Some time later, JCGS member Dennis Estes was here from the West, studied the file, and shared with us some items, most notably a Civil War letter sent to William Estes from his first cousin R.P. Crawford, a letter we published in our September - October 1998 issue. The file is located in the Special Collections section of Hunter Library at Western Carolina University. Items were transcribed by Larry Crawford July 2005.] Item #1 Mr Wm Estes you will pleas send me 75 cts worth of ammunition By the Barer for the work I dun last Spring two bores of lead & one Box of caps and the balance in powder and you will oblige youre friend /S/W.R. Monteith State of N.C. Swain County Charleston T.S. Monteith his book bought and payed for October the 7 1873 William Crisp work for him thrashed 3 days and Vi (Notes: These are two sides of the same very small piece of paper. After studying this, we conclude that our second entry was actually torn from the flyleaf of the book, with the note on the reverse side. This is a very interesting piece .of paper, because T.S. Monteith was a first cousin of \ L , William Estes. Their mothers were Crawford sisters Nancy and Margaret, respectively Was W.R. Monteith a son of T.S.?) Item #2 Mr. T.D. Bryson as I have to go to the mountains I want you to do one thing for me I Expect Loves will be down this week to fix up our matter about the Land if tha come I want you and Goleman to fix it up With them gest Like you Would for self. Make thing safe as you go. Take good Dew notes on Brown and others to the amount of seventeen hundred and one Dollar With interest from the 27 Day of J a n 1874. /s/Wm. Estes (Notes: This is an informal empowerment note. Obviously a land sale was taking place among the Estes family and probably a Brown family. We would surmise that some of the influential Love family of Jackson County acted as the attorneys for Brown, and Thaddeus D. Bryson acting opposite his Love cousins on behalf of Estes. Any different interpretation is always welcome.) Item #3 East Laporte N.C. Sept 13,fi 1875 Wm Estes Dear Sir 107 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Mr Coward is quite unwell and can do nothing more in the cattle business this Season. I ~" have got Mr Davis to come after yours and the Shuler cattle Give him what assistance you *-^J can We intend to quit as Soon as we Ship two more cars If Davis can buy 4 or 5 more good 3 year old Steers or extra fat cows I have instructed him to do so but nothing else Send me word what I am due you Is/ L.J. Smith (Notes: Economics lesson, 1875 style. Lewis J. Smith was a prominent man in the 19th century affairs of Jackson County. Unfortunately, he does not mention in this letter which Coward of the large Caney Fork family had become ill. Besides Estes, we would guess that Davis was also to buy from one of the Shulers who also lived in the Deep Creek area.) Item #4 Raleigh, Jan 2nd 1885 Mr. Estes. Dear Sir: according to promise I have visited the State Hotel and Saw the Swain Guests. They are not adorned like Solomons Temple nor are they in Gaudy apparel neither are they like the young lawyer Spoken' of in the New Testament want to be heard for their much Speaking, but on the contrary Their apartment is not artistically adored their apparel is by no means gaudy, and in their talk (what they do talk) they Seem very meek and Their dress is I imagine Something like Joseph's Coat. The old one was patching the convicts clothes and the young one was making new ones on a Sewing machine. It is Said by Some of the Penitentiary Authorities that the young one is pregnant. I don't ^_J know how it is but looks very much like it might be the case. Gov Jarvis tried to get me to recommend her pardon. Said if I would he would pardon her, but I have not recommended it Yet and don't know that I will while here this time. Nothing of importance being done a bill passed to cheapen marriage license and a few other frivolous things that are of no general interest. A bill now before the General Assembly to pay $30,000 annually to wounded and disabled Confederate Soldiers. Don't know what will be done with it. Respectfully /s/ A.H. Hayes (Notes: This letter was sent on stationery with the North Carolina House of Representatives letterhead. We won't comment on the gossipy aspects of his visit to the state prison for women, but notice how liberal he is with references to scriptures. Not a very forgiving heart, either, if his reference to a pardon reveals his attitudes. The only way that the monetary figure could be correct would be if the appropriation was to be for a collective thirty thousand dollars. If he were talking about individual veterans, he has certainly added a zero. In either case, the legislature was being parsimonious.) Item #5 Green Forest Ark May 16 1895 Mr William & Jane Estes Dear brother and sister ^^J 108 < w L / c Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 I will ans you Letter we received Last eve and was glad to hear from you we are all well as common. We are having some dry weather here now it is so dry I don't think oats will do any good has engered Late wheat considerable and I don't think we will have any grass worth cutting in this part of the country. The Last few days has been so cold and such hard winds blowing that the fruit is droping off the trees. Me and Martha has been to White River. Last week we went to see Mc & Jane and Andy and his children they have moved there for the range. Andy has married again he married a woman by the name of Mary Hulcey they are all well Hattie is not very stout She had a spell of typhoid fever a year ago Last fall and has never been rite stout since. Mary and her children is well. We are having some pretty hard times here money is a verry scarce article I am a democrat but not a Cleveland man is our politics here in Ark. We are done planting corn if we don't have to plow some of it up and plant it over it has been so dry I am afraid we will have to plant some of it again. Ray says he is sure coming next fall after this if nothing happens nar? He don't I am going to have him to go if we are all well he always has said that he was going to see you if you both Lived until he was grown the girls all say the want to see you worse than any boddy they say they no they Love you if they never get to see you we would be awful glad to get all of your pictures send them as soon as you can get them I will close for this hoping these few lines will reach you and find you all well and enjoying every blessing write soon and often Yours By By From John & Martha Hyle to W.M. & Jane Estes (Notes: The boxes of the Estes file have many letters from Arkansas. This one is typical, and includes a few family details. John Hyles (Hoyle) was probably a brother of Jane Estes.) Item #6 State of Tennessee Blount County April 30* 1893 Dear Niece I now seat my Self to drop you a few lines in answer to yours which I received a few days ago I was glad to hear from you and all the friends I hav nothing Strange to write at this time Isaac has got him a hand hired to work with him this summer tell Jane Estridge that I heard from John Hoil today Jack Miligan got a leter from him and (Frank?) they was in Carel County Arkansas they was well John had bought him a farm an had it paid for and is living with his second wife I will raise all the coton I can and I want you to bee sure to come next fall tell Malinda I want her to come next fall tell her to not allways Say she is comeing and not come I want her to come sure tell her to write to me and let me know how She is getting along I want you to send Margaret Estridge to live with me be sure to send her for I want Some body the my kind. I want you all to write to me tell Mary Laney that Rutha has a fine girl three weeks old today She had not named it the last I heard from them So I will close this leaving us all well hoping it to find you all well Yorrs truelly Rutha Knight to Angaline Mills (Notes: Another family letter, but we are not sure just how it connects to the Estes family. We wonder if when she asks for Margaret Estes, she means to say "my kin." We also wonder if the woman who wrote this letter were the Ruth Laney who married Isaac Elliott in 1845. This is one of those teasing genealogy issues where the answer is just around the corner. Which corner?) 109 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Item #7 William Estes had bartered with S.H. Hyatt in Walhalla: Estes had received 2 pairs of shoes valued at $5.00, 10 yards of worsted valued at $3.00, 10 yards of leather valued at $1.25, 1 shovel or shawl valued at $5.00, 2 pairs of boots valued at $10.00, 5 cents worth of fishhooks for a total of $24.30, along with $25.20 in cash. For such, he had passed along to Hyatt 198 chickens worth a quarter apiece. Fascinating. How big were the chickens? Just how did one transport 198 chickens from Jackson or Swain Counties to Walhalla in 1874? We believe that the 4th item on the list was a shawl for Estes' wife. Surely a shovel would not have cost $5.00.) J C G S L i b r a r y A c q u i s i t i o n s Call No. 029 F G 975.6 610.92 929.1 970.3 976.6 051 Author Playle, Ron Garza, Amy Ammons Davis, Hattie C. Larimore, Walt Reed, Marcelina Cottrell, Steve Title Donor How You Can Trace Your Family Roots Sterlen and A Mosaic of Mountain Women Step back in Time: See Historic Cataloochee Valley of the Elk Bryson City Seasons 500 Brickwall Solutions to Genealogy Problems Seven Clans of the Cherokee Society Civil War in the Indian Territory Tuckaseegee Valley Historical Review Volume II, March 1996 Dorris Beck Amy Garza Dorris Beck Ruth Shuler Janet Moffitt Wirtz Dorris Beck Dorris Beck KJ U no Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 K J 1 9 6 7 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 0 0 < w < w [Key to reading the following: Name of deceased; spouse; date of birth; pjace of birth; 1967 date of death; township or place where death occurred; father's name; mother's name; informant's name and address; cemetery; abstracted in the Jackson County Register of Deeds Office July 2005 by Larry Crawford.] Abbenger, Benjamin Lester; 25 Jan 1892; Minneola FL; 7 May; Dillsboro; John A. Abbenger; Bertha Todd; B.L. Abbenger Jr.; Orlando FL; Greenwood - Orlando FL Adams, Daniel Harrison; 15 Feb 1875; NC; 26 Aug; Cullowhee; Bannister Adams; Clara Evans; Mrs. John Frady; Cullowhee; Hooper - Speedwell Ashe, Lillian; 25 Dec 1875; NC; 7 Aug; Webster; Lafayette Cowan; Nancy Deitz; Ida Payne; Sylva; Stillwell Ashe, Napoleon Bonapart; 12 May 1877; NC; 18 Mar; Sylva; William M. Ashe; Samantha Styles; Herman Ashe; Sylva; Ashe - Fairview Battle, James Elbert; h/o Maggie P.; 3 Oct 1876; Whittier; 21 Apr; Qualla; James F. Battle; not given; Earl Battle; Whittier; Qualla (Thomas Cem.?) Biddix, John Nute; 28 Feb 1874; TN; 15 Dec; Sylva; Bill Hall; Jane Biddix; Jane Brady; Whittier; Birdtown Blackburn, Columbia Arizonia; w/o John Parker Blackburn; 22 Sep 1881; NC; 28 Sep; Norton; Bill Parker; Lucetta Moses; Auther L. Blackburn; Norton; Stewart Breece, Minnie Ester; 30 Sep 1893; NC; 03 Dec; Sylva; John B. Miller; Emaline Parris; Marshall Clayton; Sylva; Addie Brown, John Logan; 4 May 1888; NC; 30 Aug; Sylva; Thomas Brown; Jane Cochran; Lonas Brown; Whittier; Old Field Bryson, Margaret Elizabeth; wid/o Charlie; 4 Nov 1882; NC; 17 Nov; Sylva; Allen Wilkes; Mary Coggins; Walter E. Bryson; Highlands; Pine Creek Bryson, Minnie Knight; 28 May 1884; NC; 26 Feb; Cullowhee; William W. Wright [Ed. Knight]; Elizabeth Bryson; Beauel Bryson; Cullowhee; "church" (Cullowhee Baptist) Buchanan, Verlin Coleman; h/o Willie Rickman; 15 Sep 1892; NC; 14 May; Savannah; Coleman Buchanan; Cordelia Cabe; Willie R. Buchanan; Sylva; New Savannah Burch, Luther; 11 Feb 1882; NC; 18 Mar; Sylva; George Burch; Morm Killian; Elkie Jones; Sylva; Wesley Chapel Cagle, Annie Rhinehart; w/o Jessie C ; 2 Nov 1892; NC; 24 Nov; Sylva; William Rhinehart; Ida Mills; Earl Cagle; Sylva; Cagle Cannon, Rosa Stanley; 27 Aug 1888; NC; 24 Dec; Sylva; John Christine Watkins; Flora Jane Zachary; Jim Cannon; Dillsboro; Parris Chambers, Cynthia A.; wid/o Dexter; 25 Nov 1878; NC; 23 Jan; Sylva; John Hoyle; Susan Blanton; Mrs. Thomas Woody; Franklin; Lauada Chastain, Amanda Jane; w/o E.M.; 9 Jun 1898; NC; 29 Sep; Sylva; James Middleton; Sarah Leasa Shook; J.B. Chastain; Tuckasegee; Middleton Cochran, Annie Inez; 4 Feb; 1883; NC; 24 Sep; Sylva; J.B. Robinson; Margaret Robinson; Rufus Robinson; Sylva; Robinson Cogdill, Artitia Clayton; wid/o Lee W.; 24 Oct 1872; NC; 2 Jan; Sylva; William Allen Clayton; Mary Ann Cogdill; D.D. Cogdill; Sylva; Old Field Coggins, Garvest Lloyd, Sr.; h/o Elsie Wood; 17 Nov 1895; NC; 23 Jan; Sylva; Mark Coggins; Leuten Moody; Elsie W. Coggins; Whittier; Double Springs 111 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Coggins, John Columbus; h/o Lora Stewart; 2 Jul 1886; NC; 9 May; Pine Creek; Ed Coggins; *- Martha Bryson; Lora S. Coggins; Erastus; Pine Creek s J Coggins, Thomas M.; h/o Avie W.; 6 Aug 1884; NC; 19 Oct; Dillsboro; Frank Coggins; Amanda Wilkes; Avie W. Coggins; Dillsboro; Tuckasegee Conley, William Harley; h/o Luphelia Williams; 2 Mar 1886; NC; 22 May; Sylva; John Conley; Samantha Conley; Luphelia W. Conley; Sylva; Keener Conner, Joseph Marion; h/o Christine Carter; 22 Feb 1892; NC; 25 Jan; Sylva; Frank Conner; Caroline Cope; Christine C. Conner; Tuckasegee; Tuckasegee Corbin, Joseph Leander; h/o Rose Young; 26 Feb 1876; Macon Co.; 10 Dec; Sylva; Mack Corbin; Catherine Bolick; Carl Corbin; Sylva; Jennings - Franklin Crispe, Carrie Josephine; wid/o Ben; 1 Oct 1882; NC; 12 Jan; Sylva; William Allison Sherrill; Susannah Conner; Clifton W. Crispe; Cullowhee; Old Field Davis, Lula Gertrude; 24 Dec 1884; NC; 28 Aug; Dillsboro; James Robinson; Sarah Franklin; Carl Davis; Dillsboro; Franklin - Long Branch Dean, Charlie; h/o Irene Cloer; 17 Feb 1897; Rutledge AL; 7 May; Sylva; Joseph Dean; Anna Ballard; Irene Cloer Dean; Sylva; Fairview Ensley, Elce (Elsie); age 75; NC; 11 Sep; Sylva; not given; not given; Mrs. Freddie Duncan; Charlotte; Ensley Ensley, James Blaine; h/o Christine Lovedahl; 13 Sep 1891; NC; 27 Jun; Sylva; John Bowen Ensley; Mary Queen; Christine L. Ensley; Sylva; Keener Estes, James Oscar; h/o Rhoda Sutton; 13 Feb 1891; NC; 30 Apr; Sylva; Bill Estes; Cordelia Brooks; Rhoda S. Estes; Sylva; Old Savannah Fisher, Edd Barnard; h/o Maggie Reed; 11 Feb 1882; NC; 13 Jan; Sylva; James L. Fisher; ,^_J Emma Queen; W.J. Fisher; Sylva; Old Field Franklin, Jerry R.; h/o Inez Ledbetter; 17 Feb 1886; NC; 16 Aug; Sylva; J.H. Franklin; Martha Edwards; Woodrow Franklin; Franklin; Holly Springs - Franklin Franks, Mack Edwin; h/o Dollie Johnson; age 75; NC; 17 Apr; Sylva; John Franks; Nancy Franks; Dollie F. Franks; Sylva; Zion Hill Fullbright, John Nelson; 25 Mar 1877; NC; 22 Jul; Sylva; Daniel Fullbright; Jane Monteith; Mrs. Hayes Beasley; Sylva; Henson (Long Cemetery?) Gates, Mamie Lou; w/o Lawrence H.; 22 Jul 1898; NC; 26 Dec; Sylva; Lowe Carnes; Mitchell; Lawrence H. Gates; Sylva; Fairview Gibson, Pink; wid/o Ella Evans; 30 Oct 1882; Macon Co.; 5 Jan; Sylva; H.L. Gibson; Rhoda Williams; Howard Gibson; Sylva; Wesley Chapel Gilley, James Flannary Shaler; h/o Virginia Donnelly; 29 Aug 1879; VA; 25 May; Sylva; John Buford Gilley; Elizabeth Jones; Carol Thompson; Sylva; Keener Graves, Irma Toland; wid/o Henry; 27 Nov 1893; Marion Co. FL; 29 Jun; Sylva; Walter T. Toland; Jessie Fuller; Ralph S. Morgan - Hospital Records; East TN Cremation - Maryville Greene, John Howard; h/o Fannie Hooper; 15 Aug 1897; NC; 4 Oct; Sylva; John A. Greene; Maggie Hooper; Fannie H. Greene; Sylva; Keener Guentner, Anton L.; wid/o Louise A. Strandt; 18 Jan 1885; OH; 2 May; Cashiers; Anton Guentner; Gesfine Walzer; Antoinette G. Morgan; Largo FL; East TN Cremation - Maryville Haining, Joseph Leonard; h/o Vera Alford; 2 Jul 1893; Lobdell MS; 15 May; Sylva; R.W. Haining; Sue Ellis Harris; Vera Alford Haining; Highlands; Highlands Memorial Park Henderson, John Laudon; 12 Jul 1885; NC; 30 Jun; Sylva; John C. Henderson; Delphia Wilson; ^^J Tommy Nicholson; Sylva; Pine Creek 112 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Henson, Rufus Benjamin; h/o Sara Elizabeth Bumgarner; 10 Jul 1896; NC; 9 May; Sylva; John L > Henson; Hester Long; Philip A. Henson; Taylors SC; Fairview Higdon, Francis Moody; w/o Lyman C ; 8 Mar 1898; NC; 24 Apr; Sylva; C. Frank Moody; Maggie Turpin; Lyman C. Higdon; Franklin; Woodlawn - Franklin Hooper, Ewart Letter; h/o Sue Ann; 7 Feb 1898; Jackson Co.; 14 Aug; Sylva; Baxter Hooper; Laura Young; Sue Ann Hooper; Sylva; East LaPorte Jones, Minnie; wid/o Columbus; 13 Aug 1885; NC; 2 Nov; Sylva; Marion Browning; Sally Williams; Ollie Belle Fox; Sylva; Zion Hill Kirkland, Ellis Chastain; h/o Dessie; 21 Nov 1898; NC; 8 Sep; Sylva; Andy Kirkland; Eliza Wilson; Mrs. E.C. Kirkland; Bryson City; Maple Springs - Bryson City Knight, Charlie Lloyd; 1 Apr 1879; NC; 9 Feb; Sylva; William Knight; Elizabeth Bryson; Edwin Knight; Sylva; Hooper - Speedwell McClure, Nettie Bryson; wid/o Raymond; 13 Nov 1892; NC; 6 Jun; Sylva; William Estes Bryson; May Belle Queen; Roy McClure; Sylva; Addie McDonald, Lester Leonard; h/o Bessie Scruggs; 1891; NC; 29 Oct; Sylva; Adam McDonald; Lettie ; Bessie S. McDonald; Sylva; Parris McDonald, Oscar Dewey; h/o Cora Medford; 21 May 1898; NC; *13 Feb; Sylva; Newton McDonald; Savanah Smith; Cora M. McDonald; Whittier; Olivet Mathis, Bell Norman; w/o Dillard A.; 5 Mar 1875; NC; 12 Dec; Scotts Creek; John Henry; Becky Norman; Elbert Mathis; Sylva; Addie Middleton, Amanda Brown; w/o J.H.; 21 Nov 1887; NC; 9 Feb; River; Levi Brown; Susan L . Hooper; Roy Derwood Middleton; IJrevard; Fairview ^** Middleton, Jasper Hutson; 13 Oct 1875; NC; 12 Nov; River; John Middleton; Cloe Chastain; Mrs. J.E. Brown; Tuckasegee; Fairview Miller, Erastus Dewey; h/o Julia O'Kelly; 30 Jan 1898; NC; 29 Jun; Sylva; Charlie Miller; Hattie Jones; Julia O'Kelly Miller; Sylva; Parris Moore, Ervin Alonso; h/o Florence Fisher; 2 Apr 1881; GA; 7 Oct; Sylva; John Moore; not given; Lester Moore; Clover SC; Hollywood - Gastonia Moore, Sallie Elvira; wid/o N.M.; 4 Aug 1888; NC; 31 Dec; Cullowhee; J.W. Moore; Louisa Mann; Mrs. Tyson A. Cathey; Cullowhee; Melwood - Decatur GA Nations, Taylor Lee; 28 Jul 1891; NC; 1 Dec; Barkers Creek; Z.B. Nations; Emma Franklin; Bob Nations; Whittier, Hensley Oliver, Mary Talitha; 11 Oct 1881; NC; 29 Sep; Webster; not given; not given; Frank Oliver; Cosby TN; Lauada Owen, Elbert Clarence; 18 Jan 1897; NC; 14 Oct; Sylva; Riley Owen; Stacey Sims; Lewis Owen; Cullowhee; Hamburg Parker, Lon Alvin; h/o Minnie Pruett; 1 Apr 1892,' NC;'28 May; Sylva; Samuel Matt Parker; Laura Woodring; Minnie P. Parker; Tuckasegee; Tuckasegee Passmore, Oby Lee; wid/o Annie Hair; 28, Jun 1888; Hahira - Lowndes Co GA; 15 Jun; Sylva; Daniel W. Passmore; Rachel Mathis; Don M. Jenkins; Brevard; Buena Vista GA Plemmons, Muller Myrtle; w/o Astor Sr.; 4 Oct 1897; NC; 12 May; Sylva; Joe H. Hurst; Eliza Anne Grant; Mrs. Jack Cope; Sylva; Keener £ Robinson, William Ode; wid/o Loma Jones; 1 Jan 1892; NC; 3 Apr; Sylva; Dillard L. Robinson; ^ J Mary Henson; W.A. Robinson; Baltimore MD; Old Field 113 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Rogers, Hattie Ethel; w/o Troy; 2 Jun 1896; NC; 27 Oct; Sylva; Sam Queen; Sara Fortner; W. - Troy Rogers; Cullowhee; Queen (Johns Creek?) ^_J Rogers, James Ellis; h/o Emma Monteith; 14 Oct 1892; TN; 17 Jun; Sylva; Joseph Lee Rogers; Nannie Roland; Emma M. Rogers; Sylva; Parris Sanders, William Raymond; h/o Nell Rickman; 21 Jun 1895; Macon Co.; 25 Jun; Sylva; John A.T. Sanders; Margaret Haynes; Nell R. Sanders; Franklin; Prentiss - Franklin Sellers, Minnie Magnolia; wid/o A.C; 9 Aug 1890; NC; 17 Oct; Sylva; William Wilkey; Nancy Connor; Roy Sellers; Sylva; Old Field Setser, Joseph Franklin; h/o Harriet Slagle; 17 Aug 1890; NC; 24 Mar; Sylva; Andrew Setser; Elizabeth Cloer; Mary Jo Sloan; Franklin; Mount Zion Methodist - Franklin Simonds, John Robert; 2 Apr 1892; NC; 14 Jun; Sylva; not given; Albie Jane Simonds; Dee Simonds; Bryson City; Oak Grove Sloan, Lucy Boyd; 21 Jun 1886; GA; 12 Nov; Cullowhee; Henry Fortson; not given; George Sloan; Cullowhee; Cullowhee Smith, Alice Cordelia; 1 Dec 1880; NC; 7 Aug; Sylva; R.D. Cowan; Amanda Jane Bradley; R.D. Smith; Sylva; Keener Stephens, Larkin Mont; 26 Aug 1876; NC; 20 Jul; Caney Fork; Ruben Stephens; Mary Brown; Mrs. H.G. Holcombe; Pickens SC; Upper Stephens Stillwell, Sallie Gertie; wid/o Edgar H.; 23 Apr 1884; NC; 2 Jun; Sylva; David Coward; Lou Norton; David Stillwell; Sylva; Cullowhee Sutton, Austin General; div/Minnie Pangle; 6 Mar 1892; NC; 13 Jun; Sylva; William P. Sutton; Alice Jones; Mrs. William L. Sutton; Belmont; Locust Field Tallent, Lee; h/o Roxie Welch; 9 Apr 1894; NC; 9 Apr; Sylva; Logan Tallent; Amanda Jacobs; Roxie W. Tallent; Franklin; Iotla Methodist - Franklin >/ Tolley, James; h/o Laura Callahan; 15 Aug 1875; NC; 1 May; Sylva; Lem Tolley; Martha Mull; Laura C. Tolley; Sylva; Stillwell Turpin, Homer Doc; h/o Birdie Hampton; 21 Oct 1888; NC; 25 Aug; Whittier; Doc Turpin; Fannie Howell; Wade H. Turpin; Traveler's Rest SC; Shoal Creek (Thomas Cem.?) Walton, Miriam H.; w/o W. Earl; 16 Aug 1898; PA; 4 Sep; Sylva; Simon Hartzell; Ellen Schuartz; W. Earl Walton; Franklin; Woodlawn - Franklin Ward, Narvie Washington; 11 Jan 1896; NC; 1 Sep; Sylva; Andrew Ward; Amanda Bridges; Mrs. Dan Dean; Sylva; Hensley Watson, Clercy Wood; w/o Lonnie W.; 30 Jan 1894; NC; 11 Jul; Sylva; John W. Wood; Mendia Parker; Lonnie W. Watson; Cullowhee; Fall Cliff Watson, Frank Ingram Sr.; h/o Virginia Green; 22 Sep 1890; NC; 22 Sep; Dillsboro; John Miles Watson; Nancy Keener; Virginia Green Watson; Dillsboro; Parris Webb, Elsie; w/o George; 20 Oct 1897; Oconee Co. SC; 14 May; Cashiers; Charlie Webb; Eliza Shelton; George Webb; Cullowhee; Double Springs Wiggins, Grover Cleveland; wid/o Laura Pannell; 6 May 1885; NC; 12 Oct; Sylva; John Wiggins; Angeline Wilson; Hayes Wiggins; Tuckasegee; Addie Wilkes, Grady Henry; h/o Annie Bryant; 22 Apr 1894; NC; 10 Dec; Sylva; James Wilkes; Linda Reeves; Annie B. Wilkes; Franklin; Wilkes Family - Franklin Wilson, Charlie Finley; h/o Virginia M.; 23 Oct 1891; NC; 26 Apr; Sylva; Ulysses Grant Wilson; Mary T. Gibson; Mrs. Virginia Wilson; Sylva; Parris Wood, Ellen Smith; 2 Jun 1889; NC; 30 Oct; Sylva; not given; not given; Roger Jacobs; Sylva; Reynolds - Swain Co. Woodard, Flora May; 22 Apr 1893; NC; 30 Mar; Sylva; George Brendle; Patty Jenkins; Mrs. .} Paul Barker; Bryson City; Mason Branch - Bryson City 114 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 U H a y w o o d C o u n t y . . . G r a v e s o f C i v i l W a r P r i s o n e rs < ^ [Ed. The following article appeared in the Waynesville Mountaineer in the June 8, 2005 issue. We reprint it here with permission. Submitted by JCGS member Linda Miller Duncan.] Civil W a r buff locates Haywood P OW graves Personal quest leads to finding Haywood Civil War graves By D. John Trull Jr. Special to the Mountaineer My own great-great grandfather, Corporal Branch Hamilton M. Trull, who fought in the war between the states on the side of the confederacy, was incarcerated in a federal POW camp at Rock Island, 111. While researching the camp he was held prisoner at, I became interested in that aspect of the war. This is why I started this project. I was not prepared for the flood of emotion that would soon engulf my soul on that late overcast afternoon in New Jersey, October 2004, as I turned left off Highway 49 onto the tree-lined country road leading to the Finns Point National Cemetery. I had no idea what awaited me. I parked my car and walked the short distance to the monument that I had set out to visit. I sought out this place as a result of a book I had been reading that named Finns Point as well as other federal POW camps. It was not outstanding in its construction - it was the usual granite obelisk with a large bronze plaque, inscribed with the names of the fallen Confederates. Standing there, however, in the quiet of the day, I soon felt myself joined by the souls of the Confederate soldiers buried so far from their homes in the mountains of western North Carolina. I became one with them. They spoke to my soul, and, as they spoke, my own heart responded and they seemed to cry out with the strength of one voice, "Please take us home." My heart ached that day as I prayed to God for the souls of these brave soldiers of the South and my resolve was, at that moment, fixed. I would do what I could to identify all the fallen Confederate soldiers from the western counties of North Carolina who died and were buried in the various Union POW camps: I would symbolically bring them home to the soil of their youth. I have painstakingly compiled a list of Confederate soldiers who were part of western North Carolina units who died in various Union POW camps. The list is by name and location of the. camp in which the POWs died, their name, company, date of death, and unit to which they were assigned. As a footnote and without exception, every one of the POWs listed in the chart on the next page, according to the national records, died of malnutrition (starved to death) or died of disease, most likely the result of their confinement. This is especially outrageous since we know that the North had plenty, of food for the general population and the Union troops. The degree of respect afforded these soldiers after death was also evident in how they were buried - most were buried in mass graves, in foreign soil, where they lost their individual identities. V ^ 115 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 My sincere hope is that this list will bring some closure to the descendants of these me. (sic) And that they will finally know where they are and can visit, and pay hoage (sic) to them, as they so rightly deserve. •^J Isl D.John Trull Captain Julius Welch Camp 229 Sons of Confederate Veterans Ft. Delaware, Finns Point Cemetery, N.J. Name Co Amick, John Bristol, R.A. Butler, S.L. Darden, W.S. Davis, J.L. Hall, Moses J. Huggin, Jos Inman, W.A. Keyser, James Layton, Isaak Linecurry, H. Oliver, C.W. Pilgerton, J. Redman, R.M. Roberts, W.S. Ruff, Minor Sherill, A.W. Welch, T. Wicker, David Wilburn, Miles Date of death H E K H A B A C D H H H C F C B C F C H 7/25/1863 2/9/1865 8/8/1864 9/15/1863 9/12/1863 3/31/1864 10/16/1863 10/2/1863 8/23/1863 9/25/1863 10/23/1863 8/29/1863 9/3/1864 2/19/1864 2/18/1864 5/9/1864 3/2/1864 7/30/1864 8/6/1863 8/22/1863 Unit 6,h Infantry 39,h Infantry 62nd Infantry 16th Infantry 16,h Infantry Thomas Legion 16th Infantry 25th Infantry 16th Infantry 16th Infantry 16th Infantry 16th Infantry Thomas Legion Thomas Legion 62nd Infantry 55th Infantry Thomas Legion Thomas Legion 16th Infantry Thomas Legion Rock Island, III. Calahan, R. J. Lewis, Gideon Martin, Warren Murray, W.M. Roderick, Elisha D K E A H 12/8/1864 2/29/1864 6/17/1864 1/19/1865 12/19/1863 64,h Infantry 62nd Infantry 25th Infantry 64th Infantry 29th Infantry Alton, Bl. Woods, David A. H 1/18/1865 39th Infantry Point Lookout, Md. Allred, J.F. Andrews, T.J. M D (no date) (no date) 16th Infantry 16th Infantry K J K J 116 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 ^ C Hibberts, Cornelius Hudgins, John B. Hyatt, R.A.L. Jones, Chas Lawrence, Henry C. Lucas, P.D. Mann, Joseph Maynard, J. Melton, Win Morrbw, John Rhodes, John Roberts, John N. Robinson, Samuel S. Wallace, Henry Wyatt, J.L. Young, Jesse B E F D B C K K K A. M C K C C (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) ;(no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) Thomas Legion 16th Infantry Thomas Legion Thomas Legion 60,h Infantry 16th Infantry Thomas Legion 25th Infantry 16th Infantry 16th Infantry 25,h Infantry 16th Infantry 16,h Infantry Thomas Legion 16th Infantry 16th Infantry Camp Morton, Ind. Allen, A.M. Baldwin, J.W. Boone, B.S. Bradshaw, John H. Brown, W.G. Caldwell, Lawson Casey, Baxter Cordell, L.B. Deaver, John Freeman, L. Gray, Enos Hamlin, William Harwood, John H. Horton, Louis A. Jones, Theodore King, Robert K. Ledford, Miles M. Mann, D. Martin, John A. Oliver, J. Pegg, William Sams, J.L. Triplett, E.W. Winchester, William Wright, W.G. I B B F B A G H A D D D C E K F B* C D G D H E K 3/5/1864 2/1/1865 (no date) 12/16/1864 10/20/1863 1/30/1864 (no date) 7/21/1864 * (no date) 4/17/1863 10/16/1863 -1/1/1864 11/8/1863 (no date) 10/10/1864 1/31/1864 12/14/1864 5/1/1863 (no date) : 1/6/1864 (no date) 1/5/1864 7/31/1864 1/28/1864 3/10/1865 39,h Infantry 60th Infantry 29th Infantry Thomas Legion 60"1 Infantry 62nd Infantry 64th Infantry ,29tb Infantry 29th Infantry .29th Infantry 62nd Infantry 29th Infantry 64th Infantry 39"" Infantry 60th Infantry 29th Infantry Thomas Legion 60th Infantry 39th Infantry 29,h Infantry 60th Infantry 29m Infantry 29,h Infantry 29th Infantry Thomas Legion ( w 117 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Elmyra, N.Y. Buchanan, Lorenzo D. Campbell, John N. Cannon, R J. Carson, John M. Cook, W.D. Davis, H. Edwards, Oliver P. Hines, John H. Lail, Cicero McKillop, John A. Newman, Terrell Payne, Carry J. Rice, Henry H. Ryan, J.C. Simmonds, Calvin Smathers, William J. Vanhorn, Joseph B K K K I I K E C A I A B M C C E 9/12/1864 8/29/1865 3/19/1865 9/21/1864 3/29/1865 5/26/1865 9/10/1864 1/26/1865 1/4/1865 12/27/1864 2/19/1865 2/2/1865 11/16/1864 9/17/1864 3/25/1865 11/2/1864 1/16/1865 25th Infantry 25,h Infantry 25th Infantry 25th Infantry 25th Infantry 25th Infantry 16th Infantry 16th Infantry 25th Infantry 25th Infantry Thomas Legion 25th Infantry 25th Infantry 16th Infantry 25,b Infantry Thomas Legion 16,h Camp Douglas, 111. Ball, William Franklin, Elisha Leming, John McElroy, Jesse McBride, Dan H. Ratcliff, James Robinson, Nathan Ratcliff, Francis M. Snyder, John Benjamin, William H. Cabe, Thomas J. Dotson, John Ferguson, Robert P. Ford, H.F. Franklin, M. Decatur Hannah, Harvey Hice, Byard T. Howell, John N. Justice, William M. McClure, William R. McCracken, Doctor S. Mauny, George L. Mason, Peter A. Parton, Daniel M. Plott, Enos V.. Plott, Hebron F. Rhea, John M. C C C C C A C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) (no date) 1/28/1865 (no date) 1/17/1864 12/2/1863 6/25/1865 3/11/1865 4/24/1864 9/15/1864 3/15/1864 3/10/1865 10/12/1864 1/22/1865 8/14/1864 3/14/1864 12/18/1864 7/25/1864 9/1/1864 11/29/1863 8/27/1864 4/21/1864 3/13/1864 8/11/1864 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry KJ 118 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 * w C v Rogers, William W. Ruff, Silas P. Seay, Benjamin Shelton, James L. Teague, Andrew Jack Wade, George W. Wade, Joseph E. Francis, John Noah Garten, William H. Henson, Archibald M. Henson, George P. Howell, David S. Inman, Daniel Logan Inman, Joseph A. Long, John F. Mason, John J.J. Meece, Robert Pless, Asbury Rogers, Merritt C. Sellers, Jacob Sellers, John M. Stafford, WUliam Stamey, Francis M. Tritt, Laffayette Wooten, Lazarus S. Caldwell, Thomas J. Fincher, John E. Jones, James G. Leming, James H. Leming, James M. McElroy, John F. McElroy, Joseph L. MeHaffy, Joseph Mus. Messer, David Moore, Mitchell Presnell, Andrew J. Robinson, John Shelton, Thomas W. Smith, Charles Snyder, Henry L. Tate, John P. A A A A A A A 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 10/19/1864 7/11/1864 9/11/1864 10/18/1863 10/9/1863 9/29/1863 3/15/1863 12/30/1864 ,4/23/1864 11/18/1864 8/29/1864 2/18/1865 12/25/1864 4/16/1864 11/15/1863 2/22/1865 9/11/1864 -11/8/1863 1/30/1864 10/16/1863 6/8/1864 5/15/1864 7/13/1864 4/23/1864 • 1/29/1864 9/14/1864 4/12/1864 11/27/1863 12/10/1864 1/30/1864 11/4/1864 1/30/1864 6/10/1864 8/11/1864 1/12/1864 10/20/1863 7/23/1864 1/7/1865 3/21/1865 4/24/1865 1/25/1864 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry (not given) 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry (not given) 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62n<l Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry 62nd Infantry Camp Chase Cemetery, Ohio C Carter, William G. Clark, M.T. Embler, Posey Francis, N.F. Frisby, M.F. D C C E G 1/26/1865 5/13/1865 1/24/1865 5/2/1865 2/12/1865 29,h Infantry 39th Infantry 29,h Infantry Thomas Legion 29"' Infantry 119 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Hughs, Dillon A. Mull, W.E. Nash, Thomas M. Paterson, Wilt Ray, T.W. Rogers, J.M. Sensabaugh, John S. Silver, Lewis Stephens, Cyrus Tally, Jonas E C C F D E E I D 7/15/1864 4/18/1865 10/21/1864 2/14/1865 2/24/1865 2/25/1865 2/18/1865 11/9/1864 1/25/1865 11/21/1864 Thomas Legion 39th Infantry 29th Infantry Thomas Legion 29th Infantry 29,h Infantry 29th Infantry 29th Infantry 39th Infantry Thomas Legion K J Notes on the above: While the men listed here are from Haywood County companies, one has only to survey the names to see strong Jackson County connections. We have read before that poor leadership led to the surrender en masse of companies of the 62nd North Carolina at Cumberland Gap. Certainly Jackson County also has a long list of POW names from a couple of those companies, incarcerated at the notorious Camp Douglas. We have tried to be as faithful as possible to the newspaper account. In places where no date of death was given, we have inserted (no date). A challenge to a Society member: Do some real historical research and find the Jackson County men who served in the Union mounted infantry regiments mustered in Tennessee. There will be more than a few from all of the western North Carolina counties, given that the loyalties here were so divided. In fact, we would offer the opinion that until the last several decades, political party loyalty was based mostly on the position the particular family took in 1860 and 1864. Of course all of that changed after World War II, and especially during and after the 1960's. The author of the above article, J. John Trull, Jr., may be reached at 828 - 627 - 1567. K J ^J 120 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 < w ith E a r l y 2 0 C e n t u r y J a c k s o n C o u n t y M a r r i a g e L i c e n s e s [Ed. One of the ongoing frustrations for us in Jackson County is the fact that the old marriage licenses are lost.' From the time that marriage licenses were required in 1867 until about 1910, these documents are stored somewhere or have been destroyed. Herewith, a few extant ones from the early twentieth century. If no place of residence is stated in the abstract, the person lived in Jackson County. Abstracted by Larry Crawford in the Jackson County Register of Deeds Office August 2005.] Theodore Bradley (21) (white), son of Harrison Bradley (dead) and Laura Bradley (living), to May Belle McMahan (18) (white), daughter of Stephen McMahan and Clerisa McMahan (both living). Issued 13 Jun 1905. Clingman Hensley (21) (white), son of Mack Hensley and Mary Hensley (both living) to Flora Roland (24) (white), daughter of Robert Roland and Margaret Roland (both dead) of Cherokee County. Issued 16 Sep 1910 Sam Bryson (27) (white), son of John Bryson and Jane Bryson (both living) (Macon County), to Olive Pierson (22) (white), daughter of Mack Pierson and Martha Pierson (both living) 22 Oct 1910...marriage by Elbert Watson, J.P., at Hamburg 26 Oct 1910. Bill Reed (26) (white), son of Bill Reed and Mrs. Bill Reed (both living) (South Carolina), to Rebecca Dills (24) (white), daughter of Phillip Dills (unknown) and Dark A. Dills (dead) 16 Nov 1910...marriage at E.D. Dills residence - Canada 19 Nov 1910. o David Scott Murdoch (23) (white) (parents names not given but both living - Buncombe County) to Ida Mamie Gidney (19) (white), daughter of W.L. Gidney and (both living) 8 Dec 1910...marriage 8 Dec 1910,by CH. Neal, Methodist Minister. David H. Mathis (64) (white), son of David Mathis and Elizabeth Mathis (both dead) to Susan West (45) (white), daughter of Isaac West and (both dead), 14 Dec 1910... marriage 7 Jan 1911 at David H. Mathis residence, Canada, by A.C. Queen, Baptist Minister. Z.L. Cook (21) (white), son of RL. Cook and Hannah Cook (both living) to Mamie Davis (20) (white), daughter of Bill Davis and C. Davis (both living) 17 Dec 1910...marriage by J J . Gray, Methodist Minister, at Bill Davis residence, Sylva, 25 Dec 1910. John E. Freeman (27) (white), son of AJ. and S.E. Freeman (both living - Swain County), to Julia E. Conner (23) (white), daughter of Dock Conner (living) and Margaret Conner (dead) 19 Dec 1910...marriage by H.H. Hyde, baptist Minister at Jess Lambert's, Qualla, 25 Dec 1910. Ham Estes (21) (white), son of J.E. Estes and Margaret Estes (both living) to Adelia Ashe (19) (white), daughter of A.B. Ashe and Mary Jane Ashe (both living) 24 Dec 1910...marriage by R.W. Green, J.P., at R.W. Green's, Greens Creek, 25 Dec 1910. Monroe Mills (34) (white), son of L.W. Mills (living) and Nancy Mills (dead) to Crecia Wiggings (31) (white), daughter of Tate Ensley (living) and Margaret Ensley (dead) 24 Dec 1910...marriage by M.A. Norman at John Mills residence, Sylva, 25 Dec 1910. U 121 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 John Monteith (24) (white), son of Thomas Monteith and Polie Monteith (both living) to Minnie Ward (18) (white), daughter of Bill Ward (dead) and Sallie Reed (living) 27 Dec ^_J 1910...marriage by J.H. Bradley, J.P., at Wilmot 1 Jan 1911. Berry Blanton (19) (white), son of Will Blanton and Pinie Blanton (both living) to Emalyne Bryson (18) (white), daughter of T.C. Bryson and Palie Bryson (both living) 29 Dec 1910...marriage by R.L. Cook, Baptist Minister, at T.C. Bryson residence, Scotts Creek, 1 Jan 1911 Avery Bryson (27) (white), son of Worth Bryson and Jane Bryson (both living) to Hattie Octavia Ball (20) (white), daughter of George Ball and (both living) 30 Dec 1910...marriage by Martin Hoyle, J.P., atN.R. Henry's, Scotts Creek, 31 Dec 1910. Jim Cucumber (21) (red), son of Ross Cucumber (dead) and Darkey Cucumber (living), to Lizzie Reed (19) (red), daughter of (dead) and Ollie Reed (living) 12 Jan 1911 ...marriage by William Ratliff, Baptist Minister, at Peter Reed's, Soco Creek, 15 Jan 1911. Robert Clayton (20) (white), son of Will Clayton and Mary Clayton (both living) to Lula Sutton (18) (white), daughter of J.M. Sutton and V. Sutton (both living)...marriage by T.F. Arrington, Baptist Minister, at Joseph Sutton's, Scotts Creek, 19 Jan 1911. Eric Coward (23) (white), son of J.H., Julia Coward (both living) to Maude Zachary (27) (white), daughter of C.B., Mary Zachary (both living), 17 Jan 1911...marriage by E.M. Brown, J.P., at James Brown's, Caney Fork, 18 Jan 1911. S.R. Rathbone (18) (white), son of Garrett and Sally Rathbone (both dead - Haywood County), ^^_J to Annie Rathbone (18) (white), daughter of A J . , Hix Rathbone (both living - Haywood County), 17 Jan 1911...marriageby W.B. Sherrill, J.P., at Olivet 30 Jan 1911. J.M. Crawford (47) (white), son of Jim Crawford (living) and , and Stella Metlock (20) (white), daughter of Cole and Sallie Cope (both dead) 18 Jan 1911...marriage by RL. Cook, Baptist Minister, at John Cope's, Scotts Creek, 22 Jan 1911. W.D. Bishop (38) (white), son of Hue and Emily Bishop (both living) to Docia Jones (17) (white), daughter of and Charity Higdon (dead) with written consent of J.L. Jones, Guardian, 28 Jan 1911...marriage by SL. Bryson, J.P., at John R. Jones residence, Savannah, 1 Feb 1911. Thurman Dills (24) (white), son of Fate Dills (living) and Carline Dills (dead), to Minnie Jones (17) (white), daughter of Bragg and Sarah Jones (both living), L.B. Jones and S.M. Jones give consent as parents, 28 Jan 1911...marriage by W.A. McMahan, J.P., at L.B. Jones residence, Dillsboro, 29 Jan 1911. Charley Ridley (22) (white), son of Bill Ridley (dead) and Ennis Ridley (living) to Nancy Jones (16) (white), daughter of Bill Jones (dead) and Matt Woodard (living), M.V. Woodard gives consent as mother, 28 Jan 1911...marriage by W.D. Bishop, J.P., at J.T. Woodard's, Savannah, 29 Jan 1911. Solomon Henry (24) (white), son of A.E. Henry and Artie Henry (both living) to Sallie Powell (19) (white), daughter of T.J. and Margaret Powell (both living) 30 Jan 1911... marriage by S.M. .^J Parker, J.P., at residence of bride's father, River Township, 1 Feb 1911. 122 o K J O Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 R.A. Jackson (45) (white), son of (dead), and Polly Wood (living) to Mary Etta Bryson (16) (white), daughter of Taylor and Fannie Bryson (both living), parents give consent, 2 Feb 1911...marriage by T.A. Dillard, J.P., at home of the bride's parents, Cashiers Valley, 7 Feb 1911. W.A. Taylor (25) (white), son of H. and Martha Taylor (both dead) to Beulah Buchanan (25) (white), daughter of Davis and Nancy Buchanan (both living) 4 Feb 1911...marriage by J J . Gray, Methodist Minister, at home of RL. Monteith', Sylva, 5 Feb 1911. Joe Rigdon (36) (white), son of John Rigdon (living) and Martha Rigdon (dead) to Rosa Powell (22) (white), daughter of Thomas and Haseltine Powell (both living) 6 Feb 1911...marriage by L.W. Hooper, Baptist Minister, at L.W. Hooper's, River Township, 7 Feb 1911. Stephen M. Foster (19) (white), son of A.P. and M.A. Foster (both living - Macon County) to Lula Wilson (22) (white), daughter of W.A. Wilson and (both living), groom's parents give consent) 7 Feb 1911...marriage by A.P. Foster (minister - M.E. Church South) at W.A. Wilson's, Hamburg, 12 Feb 1911. Will Bradley (21) (white), son of J.H. and Dollie Bradley (both living), to Julia Martin (22) (white), daughter of J.R. and Jane Martin (both living) 8 Feb 1911...marriage by W.W. Anthony at the home of the bride, Barker's Creek, 9 Feb 1911. W.S. Fowler (25) (white), son of Taylor and Cinda Fowler (both living), to Fannie Stewart (19) (white), daughter of John and Josie Stewart (both living) 9 Feb 1911... marriage by J.P. Stewart, J.P., at J.P. Stewart5 s, Hamburg, 19 Feb 1911. J.E. Norman (22) (white), son of M.A. and Sarah Norman (both living), to Hester Blanton (23) (white), daughter of W.R. and Pinie Blanton (both living) 9 Feb 1911...marriage by RL. Cook at Mrs. Mollie Blanton's, Scotts Creek, 12 Feb 1911. T.C. Queen (21) (white), son of T.A. and Mat Queen (both living), to Lessie Shelton (18) (white), daughter of Elias Shelton (dead) and Ellen Shelton (living) 13 Feb 1911...marriage by E.N. Brown, J.P., at E.N. Brown's, Caney Fork, 17 Feb 1911. John Hornbuckle (26) (red), son of Lewis and Caroline Hornbuckle (both living) to Martha George (22) (red), daughter of Dawson and Nellie George (both living), 16 Feb 1911... marriage by Jesse Reid, Baptist Minister, at reed residence, Soco, 18 Feb 1911. Wes Allison (40) (white), son of Mont and Jane Allison (both living) to Cora Green (28) (white), daughter of Jerry Green (living) and Emily Green (dead), 17 Feb 1911...marriage by R.W. Green, J.P., at residence of G.C. Turpin, Greens Creek, 19 Feb 1911. C R Ashe (45) (white), son of Noah (dead) and Lizzie Ashe (living) to Artie Messer (39) (white), daughter of Henry and Katie Messer (both dead), 20 Feb 1911...marriage by D.G. Sutton, J.P., at James Messer's, Barkers Creek, 26 Feb 1911. Erv Love (21) (colored), son of Henry and Laura Love (both dead), to Beulah Stillwell (colored), daughter of Alf and Lennis Stillwell (both living)...marriage by A.S. Copney, Baptist Minister, at Mary Thomas residence, Webster, 20 Feb 1911. 123 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2005 Robert Sutton (23) (white), son of Austin and Emily Sutton (both living), to Iola Garrett (22) (white), daughter of RL. and Sallie Garrett (both living), 21 Feb 1911... marriage by W.F. Cook, . / Baptist Minister, at S.V. Jones, Caney Fork, 26 Feb 1911. (Cook's affidavit gives groom's surname as Sitton.) David Norman (18) (white), son of M.A. and Sarah Norman (both living), to Etta Crawford (16) (white), daughter of and Sarah Crawford (dead) 25 Feb 1911; M.A. Norman and wife and Milas Shuler and wife as guardians give consent; marriage by J.T. Carson, Baptist Minister, at residence of Milas Shuler, Scotts Creek, 26 Feb 1911. J.H. Phillips (34) (white), son of AJ. and M.E. Phillips (both dead), to Anna Belle Wood (20) (white), daughter of A J . and Priscilla Wood (both living), 25 Feb 1911... marriage by W.F. Cook at the home of the bride, Caney Fork, 5 Mar 1911. Fidill Reed (37) (red), son of Hunter Reed (dead) and Rachel Reed (living), to Addie Hornbuckle (19) (red), daughter of William and Margaret Hornbuckle (both living), 2 Mar 1911...marriage by William Ratliff, Baptist Minister, at Mose Willnotie's, Wrights Creek, 5 Mar 1911. Chas Dills (24) (white), son of Jasper and Prudy Dills (both living) to Everette Elders (18) (white), daughter of Erve and Elly Elders (both living), 2 Mar 1912...marriage by James Turpin, J.P., at Turpin's residence, Barker's Creek 3 Mar 1912. [Ed. This license filed in wrong year.] Frank Norton (23) (white), son of John Norton (living) and Siby Norton (dead), to Jessie Henson (18) (white), daughter of Sam and Miley Henson (both living) 10 Mar 1911...marriage by J.P. Stephens, J.P., at Sam Henson's, Cullowhee, 10 Mar 1911. I ^J 124 Journeys Through Jackson Summer 2Q05 K , T h e D e s c e n d a n t s o f J o h n G r i b b l e [Ed. We continue in this issue with the work of JCGS member Betty Cope Andrews.] Children of WILLIAM FRIZZELL and MARY PRESSLEY are: MARY5 FRIZZELL. JAMES M. FRIZZELL, b. 23 Sep 1867; d. 03 Jul 1949. ANDREW COLEMAN FRIZZELL, b. 1868; d. 12 Dec 1908. JOHN THOMAS FRIZZELL, b. 29 Dec 1871; d. 31 Mar 1922. JASON WILBURN FRIZZELL, b. 07 Feb 1872; d. 02 Jun 1949. WILLIAM MACK "BILL* FRIZZELL, b. 18 Jun 1876; d. 22 Feb 1944. MARTHA CORDELIA FRIZZELL, b. 03 Aug 1878; d. 26 Jun 1940. MAE BELLE FRIZZELL, b. 1884; d. CA. HARRISON DONELSON FRIZZELL, b. 07 Jun 1887; d. 19 Nov 1970. CHARLIE R. FRIZZELL, b. 12 Jun 1889; d. 02 Apr 1896. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. I. ii. in. IV. V. vi. Vll. viii. ix. X. 62. SAMUEL M.4 FRIZZELL (MARGARET R. "PEGGY"3 GRIBBLE, JOHN2, THOMAS*) was b o r n 30 Sep 1840 in Webster, Macon, N. C, and died 15 Jun 1911 in Webster, Jackson, NC. He married SABINAH BINY DEITZ 21 Feb 1869 in Webster, Jackson, NC, daughter of LABURN DEITZ and SARAH BUCHANAN. She was bom 11 Jan 1846 in Webster, N. C, and died 04 Jun 1925 in Webster, Jackson, NC. Children o f SAMUEL FRIZZELL and SABINAH DEITZ are: K J 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. ii. in. IV. V. vi. Vll. viii. ix. X. XI. xii. WILLIAM HARRISON5 FRIZZELL, b. 19 Feb 1870, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 06 Mar 1937, Addie, Jackson, NC. SARAH KANAS FRIZZELL, b. 13 May 1871, Webster, Jackson, N. C; d. 25 Nov 1918, Jackson, NC. MARGARET C. FRIZZELL, b. 13 May 11871, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 02 Dec 1905. ALLEN RAINES FRIZZELL, b. 10 Mar 1873, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 01 Feb 1901. ARLINA FRIZZELL, b. 19 May 1874, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 13 Jul 1950, Sylva, Jackson Co., NC. MARTHA JANE FRIZZELL, b. 09 Jul 1876, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 11 Aug 1916. JOHN ALEXANDER "MOTT FRIZZELL, b. 27 May 1877, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 29 Jul 1933, State Hospital. NANCY CALEDONIA NANNIE FRIZZEU, b. 22 Aug 1879, Webster, Jackson, N. C; d. 10 Mar 1917, Cullowhee, Jackson, N. C. LABON FRANK FRIZZELL, b. 05 Jun 1881, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 09 Mar 1919, NC. LORA BELLE FRIZZELX, b. 30 Apr 1883, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 12 Dec 1909. MANDA ELLEN FRIZZELL, b. 01 Oct 1884, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 29 Jul 1885. DELLA ALMA FRIZZELL, b. 28 Apr 1886, Webster, Jackson, NC; d. 13 Sep 1962. 63. DORCAS JANE4 FRIZZELL (MARGARET R "PEGGT3 GRIBBLE, JOHN2, THOMAS*) was b o m 18 D e c 1843 in Macon, NC, and died 15 Oct 1882. She married GEORGE WILBURN BRYSON 1863, son of HENDERSON BRYSON and CAROLINE. He was bom 24 Jul 1839, and died 18 Jan 1907. Children of DORCAS FRIZZELL and GEORGE BRYSON are: i. SARAH LUCINDA5 BRYSON, b. 1864. ii. WILLIAM COLEMAN BRYSON, b. "l 867. iii. JAMES ROBERT BRYSON, b. 1869. iv. COLUMBUS WTLBURN BRYSON, b. 1871; d. 1942. v. JOHN B. BRYSON, b. 1875. vi. WESLEY D. BRYSON, b. 1879. vii. SAMUEL FRANKLIN BRYSON, b. 1880. C 64. EMILY INGABO4 FRIZZELL (MARGARET R "PEGGY* GRIBBLE, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 13 Nov 1852, and