Rebecca Freeman1

Rebecca Freeman|b. 27 Oct 1859\nd. 12 Feb 1925|p37.htm#i9536|Isaac Freeman|b. bt 1818 - 1820\nd. bt 1885 - 1900|p35.htm#i12234|Rebecca Gowings|b. 1835\nd. a 1910|p39.htm#i12235|||||||||||||
     Rebecca Freeman was born on 27 October 1859 at South Carolina.3,4 She was the daughter of Isaac Freeman and Rebecca Gowings.1,2 Rebecca married John N. Jones circa 1895 at South Carolina.5 Rebecca died on 12 February 1925 at age 65 years, 3 months and 16 days at Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.2 (Click on the icon to see the death certificate image.).2 She was buried on 14 February 1925 at Jackson Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.3,2
     She was also called Nannie Freeman.3

Rebecca was also known as Nancy Freeman.6,2

Nancy purchased 23 2/10 acres adjoining Southern Railway at Richland County, South Carolina, from Rebecca Freeman on 8 January 1911. The deed was witnessed by John N. Jones.7 (Click on the icon to see an abstract of the deed).7

Her gravestone is inscribed:

J. N. Jones Nannie Freeman
his wife
Dec. 3 1860 Oct. 27, 1859
Feb. 13, 1925

A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled.3

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, 62nd Subdivision, page 30A, dwelling 490, family 459, Rebecca Freeman in Isaac Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1507.
  2. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 2869 (16 February 1925), Nancy Jones; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  3. Jackson Creek Baptist Church (Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina), John N. and Nannie Freeman Jones marker; personally read, 15 July 2007.
  4. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 157, page 158C, dwelling 31, family 31, Nancy Freeman in Isaac Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1238. Her given age was 21, and her given place of birth was South Carolina.
  5. 1910 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Upper Township, enumeration district 100, sheet 3B, dwelling 55, family 55, John N. Jones; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1471.
  6. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 157, page 158C, dwelling 31, family 31, Nancy Freeman in Isaac Freeman household.
  7. Richland County, South Carolina, Register of Mesne Conveyances, 1865-1951, Book AX, page 323, Rebecca Freeman to Nancy Jones, 08 January 1911, South Carolina Archives microfilm E 0389, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia.

Robert L. Freeman1

Robert L. Freeman|b. 19 Sep 1897\nd. 29 Sep 1898|p37.htm#i7983|Silas F. Freeman|b. 8 Jun 1852\nd. 21 May 1917|p37.htm#i5959|Julia A. Cox|b. 24 Jun 1855\nd. 19 Feb 1914|p23.htm#i6815|Levi Freeman|b. bt 1810 - 1813\nd. bt 1880 - 1881|p36.htm#i688|Amy (?)|b. c 1820\nd. b 1867|p1.htm#i12490|John A. J. Cox|b. 1 May 1828\nd. 14 Jan 1892|p23.htm#i13060|Loduskey E. (?)|b. 11 Feb 1819\nd. 10 Jan 1892|p2.htm#i11756|
     Robert L. Freeman was born on 19 September 1897.1 He was the son of Silas F. Freeman and Julia A. Cox.1 Robert died on 29 September 1898 at age 1 year and 10 days.1 He was buried at Whitefield Baptist Church Cemetery in Belton, Anderson County, South Carolina.1

Citations

  1. R. Wayne Bratcher, Anderson County Cemeteries, Volume I (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press, 1985), page 106.

Rufus McCain Freeman1,2,3,4

Rufus McCain Freeman|b. 31 Dec 1871\nd. 11 Aug 1943|p37.htm#i8626|Thomas Freeman|b. 2 Jun 1846\nd. 18 May 1927|p37.htm#i6871|Susan Ann Roberts|b. 24 Dec 1837\nd. 2 Jul 1921|p71.htm#i8623|Levi Freeman|b. bt 1810 - 1813\nd. bt 1880 - 1881|p36.htm#i688|Amy (?)|b. c 1820\nd. b 1867|p1.htm#i12490|Philip Roberts|b. c 1798\nd. 4 Sep 1852|p71.htm#i13088|Mary (?)|b. bt 1795 - 1800\nd. b 1880|p3.htm#i13087|
     Rufus McCain Freeman was born on 31 December 1871 at Richland County, South Carolina.6,7,2,8 He was the son of Thomas Freeman and Susan Ann Roberts.1,3,5 Rufus McCain married Augusta Rawlinson between 1897 and 1898 at South Carolina.1,9,10,7,5 Rufus died on 11 August 1943 at age 71 years, 7 months and 11 days at 3925 Devine, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.1,7,2,8 (Click on the icon to see the death certificate image.).1 He was buried on 13 August 1943 at Mill Creek Methodist Church Cemetery in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.1,11,2
     

Rufus was defendant in a suit by Elizabeth G. Lowrence in 1917 at Richland County, South Carolina.12

Rufus was named in R. M. Freeman vs. Lorick and Lowrence in 1918 at Richland County, South Carolina.13

Rufus McCain Freeman was named both the executor and an heir in the will of Susan Ann Roberts 6 June 1921 Richland County, South Carolina.14,15

Rufus McCain Freeman was named executor of the estate of Susan Ann Roberts on 19 July 1921 at Richland District, South Carolina.16

Rufus McCain Freeman made a will on 21 September 1943 at Richland County, South Carolina. His will was filed on 21 Sep 1943. Fiduciaries were Ethel F. Dickert, et al.17

Children of Rufus McCain Freeman and Augusta Rawlinson

Citations

  1. "South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," database, original records created by South Carolina Department of Health, 1915-1943, Family Search Pilot (http://www.familysearch.org), Rufus McCain Freeman death certificate 09992, filed 17 August 1943, accessed May 2009.
  2. Helen Skipper, "Midway Methodist Church Cemetery," survey, Palmetto Roots (http://www.palmettoroots.org (no longer online)): 23 April 2006.
  3. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 158, page 183B, dwelling 218, family 220, Rufus Freeman in Thos. Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1238.
  4. Various compilers, Freeman Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these Family Group Sheets at a Freeman family reunion for descendants of Silas and Thomas Freeman.
  5. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  6. Find-a-Grave (http://www.findagrave.com), Rufus McCain Freeman Memorial# 35553720, accessed 15 Aug 2010.
  7. David Kyle Rakes compiler, The Cemeteries of Northern Richland County, South Carolina (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2002).
  8. Find-a-Grave, Capt James Ohlen Freeman, Find A Grave Memorial# 35553685 created by Jim Hepler.
  9. 1900 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Suburbs of Columbia, enumeration district 81, sheet 3A, dwelling 43, family 43, Rufus Freeman; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1539.
  10. 1910 U. S. Census, Fairfield County, South Carolina, population schedule, Township 8, enumeration district 51, sheet 5A, dwelling 140, family 141, R. M. Freeman; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1460.
  11. David Kyle Rakes compiler, The Cemeteries of Northern Richland County, South Carolina.
  12. Richland County, South Carolina, Court of Common Pleas - Judgement Rolls, Defendant Index, D-H, file 12760, R. M. Freeman (defendant), Elizabeth G. Lawrence. Microfilm RI 33 (D 1823). 1885-1924; South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.
  13. Richland County, South Carolina, Court of Common Pleas - Judgement Rolls, Defendant Index, D-H, roll 1218, file 12865.
  14. Richland County, South Carolina, Will Books S & T, 1921-1927, Will of Susan Ann Freeman, S:49, drawn 19 June 1919, Probate Court microfilm FHL 24,341, Family History Library, Salt Lake City.
  15. Richland County (South Carolina), Book Book S: 89, Susan Ann Freeman will transcript, (19 July 1921), Susan Ann Freeman of Richland District, Will Typescript Manuscript, Will Book S, Page 89, Estate Packet Box 259, Package 88, microfilm number Microcopy 9, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.
  16. Richland County, South Carolina, Will Books F - H, Index, box 259 ,package 88, Susan A. Freeman. Microfilm RI 6. 1785-1955; South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.
  17. Frances Osburn, D. Willis and Eugene Osburn compiler, An Index to Richland County, South Carolina Probate Records, 1785-1955 (Columbia, South Carolina: Peppercorn Publications, No date), citing Rufus M. Freeman will, box 571, package 14, 003.
  18. 1900 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Suburbs of Columbia, enumeration district 81, sheet 3A, dwelling 43, family 43, Ethel Freeman in Rufus Freeman household.
  19. 1910 U. S. Census, Fairfield County, South Carolina, population schedule, Township 8, enumeration district 51, sheet 5A, dwelling 140, family 141, Ethel Freeman in R. M. Freeman household.
  20. 1930 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Columbia City, School District #1, enumeration district 40-30, dwelling 15, family 15, "Ethel F. Dickert" [Bacil Ceasar Dickert] in Rufus Mc. Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2211.
  21. 1910 U. S. Census, Fairfield County, South Carolina, population schedule, Township 8, enumeration district 51, sheet 5A, dwelling 140, family 141, "Zella Freeman" [Ella Freeman] in R. M. Freeman household.
  22. 1920 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, 2327 Taylor Street, Columbia, enumeration district 94, sheet 19A, dwelling 361, family 406, Ella F. Freeman in Rufus Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1707.
  23. 1920 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, 2327 Taylor Street, Columbia, enumeration district 94, sheet 19A, dwelling 361, family 406, James O. Freeman in Rufus Freeman household.
  24. 1930 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Columbia City, School District #1, enumeration district 40-30, dwelling 15, family 15, James O. Freeman in Rufus Mc. Freeman household.
  25. "South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943", Family Search Pilot, Theo Freeman death certificate 9542, filed 18 May 1917.
  26. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 9452 (18 May 1917), Thomas Freeman; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  27. Helen Skipper, "Richland County Death Certificates, F-H File," transcription, Palmetto Roots (http://www.palmettoroots.org (no longer online)).

Samuel Freeman1

     Samuel Freeman was born circa 1740.1 Samuel married Sarah Turner, daughter of John Turner and Sarah Williams, circa 1760.2 Samuel died in March 1815 at Madison County, Kentucky.1
     

Samuel Freeman made a will on 11 August 1814 at Madison County, Kentucky, in which he left property to Sarah Freeman.3

Citations

  1. Virginia Darcey Slaughter, "The Turner Family, Discovering the Father of Thomas Turner, John Turner and Philip Turner of Rowan Co., North Carolina and Madison Co., Kentucky", page 91, research report, 1992; privately held by Cheryl Freeman, Dallas, Texas.
  2. Virginia Darcey Slaughter, Turner Family Group Sheets, supplied by Darcey Slaughter, Columbia, Missouri, July 1997.
  3. Darcey Slaughter, Turner Message Board at Rootsweb, discussion list, 30 January 2000, http://boards.rootsweb.com. Citing Madison County, Kentucky Will Book B, page 146.

Silas F. Freeman1,2,3,4,5

Silas F. Freeman|b. 8 Jun 1852\nd. 21 May 1917|p37.htm#i5959|Levi Freeman|b. bt 1810 - 1813\nd. bt 1880 - 1881|p36.htm#i688|Amy (?)|b. c 1820\nd. b 1867|p1.htm#i12490|||||||||||||
     Silas F. Freeman was born on 8 June 1852 at South Carolina.1,9,10 He was the son of Levi Freeman and Amy (?).6,7,8 Silas F. married Julia A. Cox, daughter of John A. J. Cox and Loduskey Elvira (?), circa 1876 at South Carolina.3,4 Silas died on 21 May 1917 at age 64 years, 11 months and 13 days at Anderson County, South Carolina.9,1 (Click on the icon to see the image.). He was buried on 23 May 1917 at Brown's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery in Richland County, South Carolina.1,9
     

Silas moved with his father to Hopewell Township, Anderson District, South Carolina from Richland District, South Carolina between 1867 and 1868.11,12

Silas appeared on the tax list of 1878 at Anderson County, South Carolina. The value of his personal property was $64, and the value of his taxable property was $54. He had one horse valued at $10, one mule valued at $25, and two hogs valued at $3. He was assessed $0.176 in state tax, $0.192 in county tax and $0.192 in school tax.13

Silas appeared on the tax list of 1880 at Hopewell, Anderson County, South Carolina. The total value of his personal property was $191. He had two cattle valued at $15, and one mule valued at $50.14

Silas appeared on the tax list of 1881 at Anderson County, South Carolina. The value of all his personal property was $108. The total value of all his taxable property was also $108. The value of his cattle was $12, and the value of his mules and asses was $50. All his other property was valued at $30. He was assessed $0.513 in state tax, $0.27 in county tax, and $0.216 in school tax.15

Silas F. Freeman appeared on the tax list of 1885 at Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina. He was listed on one of the last pages of "additional returns". No real or personal property was listed, and he was assessed for one poll only.16

Silas and Julia A. Cox moved to Richland County, South Carolina from Anderson County, South Carolina between 1901 and 1910.4

Silas purchased 60 acres at Richland County, South Carolina, from John A. Davis on 15 December 1906.17 (Click on the icon to see a transcription of the deed).17

Silas was widowed 19 February 1914 at the age of 61, when his wife, Julia, died at South Carolina.18

Silas conveyed sixty acres at Center Township, Richland County, South Carolina, to Ernest A. Freeman on 16 March 1916. John W. Crews (notary public) and Lucille O. West witnessed the deed.19 (Click on the icon to see a transcription of the deed).19

His gravestone is inscribed:

Silas F. Freeman
June 8, 1852
May 21, 1917

Dear Father thou hast left us
Never more thy face to see
but we know in heaven we'll meet thee
Where no parting will ever be.1

Children of Silas F. Freeman and Julia A. Cox

Citations

  1. Brown's Chapel Cemetery (Richland County, South Carolina; Hwy 262 (Old Leesburg Road, which is a dirt road) near junction of county road 37, off Lower Richland Rd), Silas F. Freeman marker, personally read, 15 July 2007.
  2. Anderson County, South Carolina, 1890 Auditor's Tax Duplicate Book, entry for Silas F. Freeman, Broadway Township returns. FHL microfilm 1,025,495.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Rock Mills Township, enumeration district 62, sheet 4, dwelling 38, family 39, Silas L. Freeman; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1517.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 72, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 54, Silas F. Freeman; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1471.
  5. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 54 15447 (29 December 1954), James Frederick Elrod; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  6. 1870 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Hopewell Township, page 587, dwelling 106, family 105, Levi Freeman; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1482.
  7. Silas was born after the 1850 United States Census and his family was missed on the 1860 U. S. census. Evidence exists that indicates Levi had married at least two more times before the 1870 census, and Levi's second wife was born in 1846. Pending additional information, the writer believes it is probable that Amy, Levi's wife in 1850 was the mother of Silas, born in 1852. On his death certificate Silas Freeman's mother's name is given as Mary ---. The informant was his son, Andrew Jefferson Freeman. Based on Mary Magdalene's age, she could not have been Silas' mother, however she was likely the only wife of Silas that Andrew J. knew.
  8. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 7692 (21 May 1917), Silas Freeman; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  9. 1870 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Hopewell Township, page 587, dwelling 106, family 105, Silas Freeman in Levi Freeman household. His given age was 17, and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  10. 1870 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Hopewell Township, page 587, dwelling 106, family 105, Levi Freeman. Levi Freeman was living in Anderson County, South Carolina in 1870.
  11. Richland County, South Carolina, Register of Mesne Conveyances, 1865-1951, Book O, page 101-102, Levi Freeman to Sarah A. Neeley, 21 January 1867, South Carolina Archives microfilm E0377, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia. Levi Freeman sold his land in Richland District, South Carolina in 1867.
  12. Anderson County, South Carolina, 1878 Anderson County, South Carolina, Auditor's Tax Duplicate Book 1878, C 1066, entry for S. F. Freeman. South Carolina Archives microfilm C 1066.
  13. Anderson County, South Carolina, 1880 Auditor's Tax Duplicate Book, entry for Silas F. Freeman, Hopewell Township returns. South Carolina Archives microfilm C1068.
  14. Anderson County, South Carolina, 1881 Auditor's Tax Duplicate Book, entry for Silas Freeman. South Carolina Archives microfilm C1068.
  15. Anderson County, South Carolina, 1885 Auditor's Tax Duplicate Book, entry for Silas Freeman, Pendleton Township returns - additional. South Carolina auditor Anderson microfilm 1,025,494.
  16. Richland County, South Carolina, Register of Mesne Conveyances, 1865-1951, Book BC, page 426, John A. Davis to Silas F. Freeman, 15 December 1906, South Carolina Archives microfilm E 0390, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia.
  17. Brown's Chapel Cemetery (Richland County, South Carolina; Hwy 262 (Old Leesburg Road, which is a dirt road) near junction of county road 37, off Lower Richland Rd), Julia Cox Freeman marker, personally read, 15 July 2007.
  18. Richland County, South Carolina, Register of Mesne Conveyances, 1865-1951, Book BL, page 591, Silas Freeman to Ernest A. Freeman, 16 March 1916, South Carolina Archives microfilm E 0393, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia.
  19. R. Wayne Bratcher, Anderson County Cemeteries, Volume I (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press, 1985), page 106.
  20. Various compilers, Freeman Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these Family Group Sheets at a Freeman family reunion for descendants of Silas and Thomas Freeman.
  21. 1900 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Rock Mills Township, enumeration district 62, sheet 4, dwelling 38, family 39, Andrew J. Freeman in Silas L. Freeman household.
  22. 1900 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Rock Mills Township, enumeration district 62, sheet 4, dwelling 38, family 39, Jessie A. Freeman in Silas L. Freeman household.
  23. 1900 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Rock Mills Township, enumeration district 62, sheet 4, dwelling 38, family 39, Dessie O. Freeman in Silas L. Freeman household.
  24. 1900 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Rock Mills Township, enumeration district 62, sheet 4, dwelling 38, family 39, Nordie R. Freeman in Silas L. Freeman household.
  25. 1900 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Rock Mills Township, enumeration district 62, sheet 4, dwelling 38, family 39, Ernest A. Freeman in Silas L. Freeman household.
  26. 1910 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 72, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 54, Ernest Freeman in Silas F. Freeman household.

Susan Freeman1

     Susan Freeman was born circa 1871 at South Carolina.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 157, page 158C, dwelling 31, family 31, Susan Freeman in Isaac Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1238.

Theodosha DuBose Freeman1,2

Theodosha DuBose Freeman|b. 12 May 1915\nd. 11 May 1917|p37.htm#i8631|Rufus McCain Freeman|b. 31 Dec 1871\nd. 11 Aug 1943|p37.htm#i8626|Augusta Rawlinson|b. 13 Apr 1878\nd. 29 Oct 1967|p69.htm#i8627|Thomas Freeman|b. 2 Jun 1846\nd. 18 May 1927|p37.htm#i6871|Susan A. Roberts|b. 24 Dec 1837\nd. 2 Jul 1921|p71.htm#i8623|||||||
     Theodosha DuBose Freeman was born on 12 May 1915 at South Carolina.3 She was the daughter of Rufus McCain Freeman and Augusta Rawlinson.3,1 Theodosha died on 11 May 1917 at age 1 year, 11 months and 29 days at South Carolina.3,4,2 (Click on the icon to see the death certificate image.).3 She was buried on 14 May 1917 at Mill Creek Methodist Church Cemetery in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.3,4,2

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Freeman Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these Family Group Sheets at a Freeman family reunion for descendants of Silas and Thomas Freeman.
  2. Helen Skipper, "Midway Methodist Church Cemetery," survey, Palmetto Roots (http://www.palmettoroots.org (no longer online)): 23 April 2006.
  3. "South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," database, original records created by South Carolina Department of Health, 1915-1943, Family Search Pilot (http://www.familysearch.org), Theo Freeman death certificate 9542, filed 18 May 1917, accessed May 2009.
  4. David Kyle Rakes compiler, The Cemeteries of Northern Richland County, South Carolina (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2002).

Thomas Freeman1,2,3,4,5

Thomas Freeman|b. 2 Jun 1846\nd. 18 May 1927|p37.htm#i6871|Levi Freeman|b. bt 1810 - 1813\nd. bt 1880 - 1881|p36.htm#i688|Amy (?)|b. c 1820\nd. b 1867|p1.htm#i12490|||||||||||||
     Thomas Freeman was born on 2 June 1846 at South Carolina.6,7 He was the son of Levi Freeman and Amy (?).3,2 Thomas married Susan Ann Roberts, daughter of Philip Roberts and Mary (?), between 1870 and 1871 at South Carolina.5,8,9,10 Thomas died on 18 May 1927 at age 80 years, 11 months and 16 days at Garners' Ferry Road, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, of carcinoma of the prostate gland.1,7,11 (Click on the icon to see the death certificate image.). He was buried at Brown's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery in Richland County, South Carolina.1,2,11
     

Thomas served in the military during the Civil War.12

Thomas' father, Levi Freeman, moved to Anderson County circa 1868. Thomas stayed behind, living his entire life in Richland County.13,4

Thomas Freeman appeared on the state census of 1869 at Richland District, South Carolina. His household consisted of one white male over the age of 21.13

Thomas Freeman was named as an heir in the will of Susan Ann Roberts on 6 June 1921 at Richland County, South Carolina.14,15

Thomas was widowed 2 July 1921 at the age of 75, when his wife, Susan, died at Lykesland, Richland County, South Carolina.16,17

His obituary appeared on 19 May 1927 in the newspaper "The State" at Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. Rufus McCain Freeman and Annie Ethel Dickert were named as survivors. Susan Ann Freeman preceded Thomas in death.11 (Click on the icon to see the image.).

Children of Thomas Freeman and Susan Ann Roberts

Citations

  1. Brown's Chapel Cemetery (Richland County, South Carolina; Hwy 262 (Old Leesburg Road), which is a dirt road) near junction of county road 37, off Lower Richland Rd), "Thos Freeman" marker, personally read, 15 July 2007.
  2. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 8194 (19 May 1927), Thomas Freeman; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  3. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, pages 64A and 66B, dwelling 475, family 483, Thomas Freeman in Levi Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 848. The sheets on the 1850 Census for Richland County were recorded out of order. The enumeration of this family begins on page 62, with Levi Freeman and Amy Freeman. The enumeration of this household, with same dwelling and family numbers, continues on the first 4 lines of page 66 with the children Wessley Freeman, Civilla Freeman, Thomas Freeman and David Freeman.
  4. 1870 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Third Township, page 284B, dwelling 2129, family 2332, Thomas Freeman in William Evans household; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1507.
  5. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 158, page 183B, dwelling 218, family 220, Thos. Freeman; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1238.
  6. Helen Skipper, "Brown's Chapel Cemetery, Old Leesburg Road, Richland County, South Carolina," transcription, Rootsweb (http://www.rootsweb.com).
  7. South Carolina death certificate registration number 8194 (19 May 1927), Thomas Freeman.
  8. 1910 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 73, sheet 15B, dwelling 12, family 12, Thomas Freeman; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1471.
  9. 1920 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Brown's Chapel, enumeration district 197, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2, Ann Freeman; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1708.
  10. Various compilers, Freeman Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these Family Group Sheets at a Freeman family reunion for descendants of Silas and Thomas Freeman.
  11. "Thomas Freeman Dies Wednesday," The State, Columbia, South Carolina, 19 May 1927, page 12. privately held by Cheryl Freeman, Dallas, Texas.
  12. "Thomas Freeman Dies Wednesday," The State, 19 May 1927, page 12.
  13. Thomas Freeman, 1869 State Agriculture Census, South Carolina, unknown record info, South Carolina Department of Archives and History 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, Thomas Freeman2.
  14. Richland County, South Carolina, Will Books S & T, 1921-1927, Will of Susan Ann Freeman, S:49, drawn 19 June 1919, Probate Court microfilm FHL 24,341, Family History Library, Salt Lake City.
  15. Richland County (South Carolina), Book Book S: 89, Susan Ann Freeman will transcript, (19 July 1921), Susan Ann Freeman of Richland District, Will Typescript Manuscript, Will Book S, Page 89, Estate Packet Box 259, Package 88, microfilm number Microcopy 9, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.
  16. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 11232 (3 July 1921), Ann Freeman; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  17. Brown's Chapel Cemetery (Richland County, South Carolina; Hwy 262 (Old Leesburg Road), which is a dirt road) near junction of county road 37, off Lower Richland Rd), Susan Ann Freeman marker, personally read, 15 July 2007.
  18. "South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," database, original records created by South Carolina Department of Health, 1915-1943, Family Search Pilot (http://www.familysearch.org), Rufus McCain Freeman death certificate 09992, filed 17 August 1943, accessed May 2009.
  19. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 158, page 183B, dwelling 218, family 220, Rufus Freeman in Thos. Freeman household.
  20. Various compilers, Vaughn Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these copies of original documents at a Bell/Vaughn family reunion, attended by descendants of David Vaughn.
  21. "South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943", Family Search Pilot, B. M. Freeman death certificate 5784, filed 2 May 1921.
  22. 1920 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Brown's Chapel, enumeration district 197, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2, Marvin Freeman in Ann Freeman household.
  23. 1880 U. S. Census, Richland County, South Carolina, population schedule, Center Township, enumeration district 158, page 183B, dwelling 218, family 220, Minnie Freeman in Thos. Freeman household.

Thomas Freeman1,2

Thomas Freeman|b. c 1849|p37.htm#i11979|Hugh F. Freeman|b. bt 1804 - 1805|p35.htm#i11972|Margaret (?)|b. bt 1814 - 1820\nd. b 1870|p2.htm#i11973|||||||||||||
     Thomas Freeman was born circa 1849 at Richland District, South Carolina.2 He was the son of Hugh F. Freeman and Margaret (?).1,2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 60B [printed], dwelling 369, family 376, Thomas Freeman in Huey Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 848.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, Columbia Post Office, sheet 65, dwelling 62, family 62, Thomas Freeman in Huey Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1227.

Thomas Freeman1,2

Thomas Freeman|b. 12 May 1915\nd. 11 May 1917|p37.htm#i11641|Rufus McCain Freeman|b. 31 Dec 1871\nd. 11 Aug 1943|p37.htm#i8626|Augusta Rawlinson|b. 13 Apr 1878\nd. 29 Oct 1967|p69.htm#i8627|Thomas Freeman|b. 2 Jun 1846\nd. 18 May 1927|p37.htm#i6871|Susan A. Roberts|b. 24 Dec 1837\nd. 2 Jul 1921|p71.htm#i8623|||||||
     Thomas Freeman was born on 12 May 1915 at South Carolina.2,1 He was the son of Rufus McCain Freeman and Augusta Rawlinson.1,2 Thomas died on 11 May 1917 at age 1 year, 11 months and 29 days at Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.1 (Click on the icon to see the death certificate image.). He was buried on 14 May 1917 at Mill Creek Methodist Church Cemetery in Richland County, South Carolina.1,2

Citations

  1. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 9452 (18 May 1917), Thomas Freeman; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  2. Helen Skipper, "Richland County Death Certificates, F-H File," transcription, Palmetto Roots (http://www.palmettoroots.org (no longer online)).

Wessley Freeman1

Wessley Freeman|b. c 1843|p37.htm#i3941|Levi Freeman|b. bt 1810 - 1813\nd. bt 1880 - 1881|p36.htm#i688|Amy (?)|b. c 1820\nd. b 1867|p1.htm#i12490|||||||||||||
     Wessley Freeman was born circa 1843 at South Carolina.1 He was the son of Levi Freeman and Amy (?).1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, pages 64A and 66B, dwelling 475, family 483, Wessley Freeman in Levi Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 848. The sheets on the 1850 Census for Richland County were recorded out of order. The enumeration of this family begins on page 62, with Levi Freeman and Amy Freeman. The enumeration of this household, with same dwelling and family numbers, continues on the first 4 lines of page 66 with the children Wessley Freeman, Civilla Freeman, Thomas Freeman and David Freeman.

William Freeman1,2

William Freeman|b. bt 1836 - 1841\nd. 2 Jul 1863|p37.htm#i11975|Hugh F. Freeman|b. bt 1804 - 1805|p35.htm#i11972|Margaret (?)|b. bt 1814 - 1820\nd. b 1870|p2.htm#i11973|||||||||||||
     William Freeman was probably born between 1836 and 1841 at South Carolina.3,4,5 He was the son of Hugh F. Freeman and Margaret (?).1,2 William died on 2 July 1863 at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.5
     

William served in the military as a private on 8 April 1861. He enlisted on April 8, 1861 in Columbia, South Carolina, at age 28, serving in Company C.6

William was killed in action during the Civil War.7

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 60B [printed], dwelling 369, family 376, William Freeman in Huey Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 848.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, Columbia Post Office, sheet 65, dwelling 62, family 62, William Freeman in Huey Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1227.
  3. 1860 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, Columbia Post Office, sheet 65, dwelling 62, family 62, William Freeman in Huey Freeman household. His given age was 24, and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  4. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 60B [printed], dwelling 369, family 376, William Freeman in Huey Freeman household. His given age was 9 and his given place of birth was South Carolina.
  5. Wilma Kirkland, South Carolina to Cheryl Freeman, e-mail, 21 February 2004, "SC Freemans", Freeman, privately held by Cheryl Freeman; Dallas, Texas. Citing Mac Wyckloff, A History of the 2nd SC Infantry 1861-65, page 183. William Freeman, co. C, born in SC, living in Columbia, SC age 24, married in 1860, Enlisted Pvt. 4/8/61 in Columbia, age 28, KIA (killed in action) Gettysburg, PA. Brother of Isaac Freeman. (Roll of the Dead by SCDAH has him in same Co. as Isaac, d. 2 Jul 63, killed at Gettysburg).
  6. Kirkland to Freeman, e-mail, 21 February 2004.
  7. Kirkland to Freeman, e-mail, 21 February 2004.

William Freeman1,2

     William Freeman was born circa 1812 at Fairfield District, South Carolina.1 William married Eliza (?).1

Children of William Freeman and Eliza (?)

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, William Freeman; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 852.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, Wm Freeman; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1219.
  3. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, Enoch Freeman in William Freeman household.
  4. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, "Enos Freeman" [Enoch Freeman] in Wm Freeman household.
  5. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, Caroline Freeman in William Freeman household.
  6. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, Caroline Freeman in Wm Freeman household.
  7. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, James Freeman in William Freeman household.
  8. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, James Freeman in Wm Freeman household.
  9. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, John Freeman in William Freeman household.
  10. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, John Freeman in Wm Freeman household.
  11. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, William Freeman in William Freeman household.
  12. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, William Freeman in Wm Freeman household.
  13. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, Hampton Freeman in William Freeman household.
  14. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, Hampton Freeman in Wm Freeman household.
  15. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, Louisa Freeman in Wm Freeman household.

William Freeman1,2

William Freeman|b. c 1846|p37.htm#i12894|William Freeman|b. c 1812|p37.htm#i12887|Eliza (?)|b. c 1813|p1.htm#i12888|||||||||||||
     William Freeman was born circa 1846 at Fairfield District, South Carolina.1 He was the son of William Freeman and Eliza (?).1,2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 277A, dwelling 1142, family 1143, William Freeman in William Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 852.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Fairfield District, South Carolina, population schedule, Winnsboro, page 243A, dwelling 749, family 749, William Freeman in Wm Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1219.

William Freeman1

William Freeman|b. c 1840|p37.htm#i12904|John Freeman|b. c 1810|p36.htm#i12902|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1820|p1.htm#i12903|||||||||||||
     William Freeman was born circa 1840 at South Carolina.1 He was the son of John Freeman and Elizabeth (?).1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Kershaw District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 81A, dwelling 150, family 150, Wm Freeman in John Freeman household; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 854.

William Freeman1,2,3

     William Freeman was born circa 1780 at South Carolina.4
     

William Freeman appeared on the state census of 1829 at Fairfield District, South Carolina.5

William Freeman appeared on the U. S. Census agriculture schedule of 1850 at Richland District, South Carolina, as the owner, agent or manager of a farm. He owned 12 acres of improved land and 60 acres of unimproved land, with a cash value of $72. He owned farm implements and machinery worth $5. He owned 1 horse, 1 milch (sic) cow, and 3 swine. The value of his livestock was $123. His farm contained 30 bushels of Indian corn, 5 bushels of oats, 10 bushels of peas and beans, 12 bushels of sweet potatoes, and 1 bale of hay. (There might be 1 pound of butter, but there is a mark in that space).6

Citations

  1. 1820 U. S. Census, population schedule, Fairfield District, South Carolina, page 256, William Freeman; National Archives micropublication M33, roll 118.
  2. 1830 U. S. Census, population schedule, Fairfield District, South Carolina, page 362, William Freeman; National Archives micropublication 19, roll 169.
  3. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 66, dwelling 477, family 485, William Freeman; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 848.
  4. 1850 U. S. Census, Richland District, South Carolina, population schedule, page 66, dwelling 477, family 485, Mary Freeman in William Freeman household.
  5. William Freeman, Abner Fant, Census of Fairfield District, 1829, South Carolina Department of Archives and History 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, page 62, line 3.
  6. William Freeman, 1850 U. S. Census, Original Agriculture, Industry, Social Statistics and Mortality Schedules for SC 1850-1880, Laurens-York Districts, South Carolina, agriculture schedule, Richland District, page 487, line 9, C615 (AD260).

William Freeman1,2

William Freeman|b. c 1865|p37.htm#i16342|Isaac Freeman|b. c 1820|p35.htm#i1740|Nancy (?)|b. c 1821|p3.htm#i13960|||||||||||||
     William Freeman was born circa 1865 at Alabama.1 He was the son of Isaac Freeman and Nancy (?).1,3 William married Jane Allie (?) in 1899.3
     

William was also known as Will Freeman.3

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Winston County, Alabama, population schedule, Township Eleven, Houston Post Office, dwelling 68, family 68, William Freeman in "Isac Freeman" [Isaac Freeman] household; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 45.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Winston County, Alabama, population schedule, Township 12, Range 9, enume2ration district 288, sheet 457A, dwelling 117 family 120, William Freeman in "Isiac Freeman" [Isaac Freeman] household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 35.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Walker County, Alabama, population schedule, precinct 5, range 10, Carbon Hill, page 85A (printed), dwelling 398, family 398, Will Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 43.

William Joseph Freeman1

William Joseph Freeman|b. 28 Jul 1871|p37.htm#i2774|Levi Freeman|b. bt 1810 - 1813\nd. bt 1880 - 1881|p36.htm#i688|Hellen Elizebeth Elrod|b. 17 Nov 1850|p30.htm#i3974|||||||||||||
     William Joseph Freeman was born on 28 July 1871 at Oconee County, South Carolina.1 He was the son of Levi Freeman and Hellen Elizebeth Elrod.2,1 William Joseph married Nancy Jane Hamby between 1891 and 1892 at South Carolina.1,3,4,5 William died on 12 October 1941 at age 70 years, 2 months and 14 days at 205 Bates St. Ext., Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.1 (Click on the icon to see the image.). He was buried at Paris Mountain Holiness Baptist Church Cemetery in Paris, Greenville County, South Carolina.1,6
     

The cause of William's death was uremic coma.1

Children of William Joseph Freeman and Nancy Jane Hamby

Citations

  1. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, death certificate registration number 16019 (30 October 1941), William Joseph Freeman; South Carolina Office of Vital Records & Public Health Services, Columbia, South Carolina.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Anderson County, South Carolina, population schedule, Garvin Township, page 188A, dwelling 232, family 232, William Freeman in Levi Freeman household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1219.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Greenville Township, enumeration district 29, sheet 29B [penned], dwelling 584, family 549, William Freeman; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1529. They had been married for 9 years.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Greenville Township, enumeration district 127, page 36A, dwelling 157, family 157, William J. Freeman; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1461. They had been married for 18 years.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Sampson Mill, Greenville Township, enumeration district 21, sheet 49A [penned], dwelling 967, family 1036, William J. Freeman; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1698.
  6. Greenville Chapter of South Carolina Genealogical Society, Greenville County South Carolina Cemetery Survey, Volume I (Greenville, South Carolina: A Press, 1977), page 115. William J. Freeman, b. 1871, d. 1941.
  7. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Greenville Township, enumeration district 127, page 36A, dwelling 157, family 157, Ida J. Freeman in William J. Freeman household.
  8. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Greenville Township, enumeration district 127, page 36A, dwelling 157, family 157, Myrtle J. Freeman in William J. Freeman household.
  9. 1910 U. S. Census, Greenville County, South Carolina, population schedule, Greenville Township, enumeration district 127, page 36A, dwelling 157, family 157, Kate L. Freeman in William J. Freeman household.

Addie B. Fulkerson1

Addie B. Fulkerson|b. Apr 1883\nd. 19 Dec 1962|p37.htm#i7430|Joseph B. Fulkerson|b. 7 Jun 1854\nd. 3 Apr 1909|p37.htm#i7420|Eliza J. Turner|b. 9 Feb 1856\nd. 31 Oct 1924|p84.htm#i4437|||||||Mordecai Turner|b. 3 Nov 1815\nd. 18 Apr 1899|p90.htm#i4258|Arthusa Howard|b. 14 Jan 1821\nd. 5 Mar 1903|p44.htm#i4638|
     Addie B. Fulkerson was born in April 1883 at Missouri.1 She was the daughter of Joseph B. Fulkerson and Eliza J. Turner.2 Addie died on 19 December 1962 at age 79 years and 8 months.2

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Addie B. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 770.
  2. "GEDCOM G978," family tree, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com), accessed 1998.

Albert T. Fulkerson1

Albert T. Fulkerson|b. Feb 1894|p37.htm#i7433|Joseph B. Fulkerson|b. 7 Jun 1854\nd. 3 Apr 1909|p37.htm#i7420|Eliza J. Turner|b. 9 Feb 1856\nd. 31 Oct 1924|p84.htm#i4437|||||||Mordecai Turner|b. 3 Nov 1815\nd. 18 Apr 1899|p90.htm#i4258|Arthusa Howard|b. 14 Jan 1821\nd. 5 Mar 1903|p44.htm#i4638|
     Albert T. Fulkerson was born in February 1894 at Missouri.1 He was the son of Joseph B. Fulkerson and Eliza J. Turner.1

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Albert T. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 770.

Charles Fulkerson1

Charles Fulkerson|b. Jan 1891|p37.htm#i7432|Joseph B. Fulkerson|b. 7 Jun 1854\nd. 3 Apr 1909|p37.htm#i7420|Eliza J. Turner|b. 9 Feb 1856\nd. 31 Oct 1924|p84.htm#i4437|||||||Mordecai Turner|b. 3 Nov 1815\nd. 18 Apr 1899|p90.htm#i4258|Arthusa Howard|b. 14 Jan 1821\nd. 5 Mar 1903|p44.htm#i4638|
     Charles Fulkerson was born in January 1891 at Missouri.1 He was the son of Joseph B. Fulkerson and Eliza J. Turner.1

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Charlie E. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 770.

Edgar B. Fulkerson1

Edgar B. Fulkerson|b. Jul 1885|p37.htm#i7431|Joseph B. Fulkerson|b. 7 Jun 1854\nd. 3 Apr 1909|p37.htm#i7420|Eliza J. Turner|b. 9 Feb 1856\nd. 31 Oct 1924|p84.htm#i4437|||||||Mordecai Turner|b. 3 Nov 1815\nd. 18 Apr 1899|p90.htm#i4258|Arthusa Howard|b. 14 Jan 1821\nd. 5 Mar 1903|p44.htm#i4638|
     Edgar B. Fulkerson was born in July 1885 at Missouri.1 He was the son of Joseph B. Fulkerson and Eliza J. Turner.1

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Edgar B. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 770.

James W. Fulkerson1

James W. Fulkerson|b. Dec 1876|p37.htm#i7421|Joseph B. Fulkerson|b. 7 Jun 1854\nd. 3 Apr 1909|p37.htm#i7420|Eliza J. Turner|b. 9 Feb 1856\nd. 31 Oct 1924|p84.htm#i4437|||||||Mordecai Turner|b. 3 Nov 1815\nd. 18 Apr 1899|p90.htm#i4258|Arthusa Howard|b. 14 Jan 1821\nd. 5 Mar 1903|p44.htm#i4638|
     James W. Fulkerson was born in December 1876 at Missouri.1 He was the son of Joseph B. Fulkerson and Eliza J. Turner.1

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, James W. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 770.

Joseph B. Fulkerson1,2

     Joseph B. Fulkerson was born on 7 June 1854 at Boone County, Missouri.1,2 Joseph B. married Eliza J. Turner, daughter of Mordecai Turner and Arthusa Howard, circa 1876.1 Joseph died on 3 April 1909 at age 54 years, 9 months and 27 days at Missouri.2 He was buried at Mount Zion Cemetery in Boone County, Missouri.2

Children of Joseph B. Fulkerson and Eliza J. Turner

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Joseph B. Fulkerson; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 770.
  2. Find-a-Grave (http://www.findagrave.com), Joseph Bloomfield Fulkerson memorial and gravestone photograph, Find A Grave Memorial #42329651, accessed 19 January 2012.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, James W. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household.
  4. "GEDCOM G978," family tree, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com), accessed 1998.
  5. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Edgar B. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household.
  6. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Charlie E. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household.
  7. 1910 U. S. Census, Boone County, Missouri, population schedule, Rockyfork Township, enumeration district 28, page 283A [stamped], dwelling 230, family 232, Albert T. Fulkerson in Joseph B. Fulkerson household.

Amy Estelle Galbreath1

     Amy Estelle Galbreath was born circa 1886 at Missouri.2 Amy Estelle married James Henry Parrish, son of James Christopher Parrish and Grace Jackson, on 18 September 1904.1

Children of Amy Estelle Galbreath and James Henry Parrish

Citations

  1. Virginia Darcey Slaughter, Turner Family Group Sheets, supplied by Darcey Slaughter, Columbia, Missouri, July 1997.
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 3A, dwelling 52, family 52, "Estel A. Parrish" [Amy Estelle Parrish] in James H. Parrish household; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 767.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 3A, dwelling 52, family 52, Elmer H. Parrish in James H. Parrish household.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 9, sheet 3A, dwelling 52, family 52, Thelma E. Parrish in James H. Parrish household.

Sallie Galbreath1

     Sallie married James Curtis Turner, son of Samuel Turner and Millie Emily Hulen, on 10 September 1873 at Audrain County, Missouri.1,2

Citations

  1. Audrain County (Missouri), Marriage Records, Volume B, page 222, Turner-Galbreath marriage, 1873, FHL 974,686.
  2. Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry compiler, Marriage Records of Audrain County, Missouri 1836-1879 (Chillicothe, Missouri: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, ca 1965), page 77.

Mr. (?) Galyean1

     (?) married Elizabeth Cox, daughter of Enoch Cox and Sarah Stoneman.1

Citations

  1. R. E Cox, Descendants of Solomon Cox of Cole Creek, Virginia, and Other Early Cox Ancestry of the Cole Creek Coxes (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1955), page 36.

Nancy Garrett1

     Nancy Garrett was born circa 1790 at Kentucky.1 Nancy married William Fletcher, son of Drury Fletcher and Sarah Benham, circa 1842 at Kentucky.1

Citations

  1. Darrell Fletcher, "Descendants of Drury Fletcher and Sarah Ann Benham and Dolly Bausell," descendant register report with annotations, Fletcher, Hoggard and Linney Families (http://www.sallyfletcher.us (no longer online)).

Martha E. Gashwiler1,2,3,4

     Martha E. Gashwiler was born between 1842 and 1844 at Missouri.1,5,6 Martha E. married D. Tolbert Littrell, son of George Littrell and Eliza Jane Hocker.7,8

Children of Martha E. Gashwiler and D. Tolbert Littrell

Citations

  1. Missouri Department of Health, death certificate registration number 28378 (26 September 1919), Mrs. Martha E. Littrell; Department of Health and Senior Services, Jefferson City, Missouri.
  2. Missouri Department of Health, death certificate registration number 11522 (16 April 1948), Henry Ernest Littrell; Department of Health and Senior Services, Jefferson City, Missouri.
  3. 1870 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, page 613, dwelling 23, family 20, "Martha Litterell" [Martha Littrell] in "Tolbert Litterell" [Tolbert Littrell] household; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 756.
  4. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Martha Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 672.
  5. 1870 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, page 613, dwelling 23, family 20, "Martha Litterell" [Martha Littrell] in "Tolbert Litterell" [Tolbert Littrell] household. Her given age was 26 and her given place of birth was Missouri.
  6. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Martha Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household. Her given age was 38 and her given place of birth was Missouri.
  7. 1870 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, page 613, dwelling 23, family 20, "Tolbert Litterell" [Tolbert Littrell].
  8. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell].
  9. 1870 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, page 613, dwelling 23, family 20, "Mary Litterell" [Mary Littrell] in "Tolbert Litterell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  10. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, "Mollie Littrell" [Mary Littrell] in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  11. 1870 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, page 613, dwelling 23, family 20, "George Litterell" [George Littrell] in "Tolbert Litterell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  12. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, George Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  13. 1870 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, page 613, dwelling 23, family 20, "Jasper Litterell" [Jasper Littrell] in "Tolbert Litterell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  14. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Jasper Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  15. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Luisa Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  16. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Selby Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  17. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Emarie? Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.
  18. 1880 U. S. Census, Audrain County, Missouri, population schedule, Saling Township, enumeration district 7, page 174C-174D, dwelling 238, family 256, Henry Littrell in "Talbott Littrell" [Tolbert Littrell] household.

Lucy Gaskins1

     Lucy married John Luther Freeman, son of Andrew Jefferson Freeman and Ena Belle Brown.1

Citations

  1. Various compilers, Freeman Family Group Sheets, supplied by Jim Freeman, Charleston, South Carolina, July 1999. Jim Freeman received these Family Group Sheets at a Freeman family reunion for descendants of Silas and Thomas Freeman.
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