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Note NI13263 :

Individuals : Winkler Radford "Fat"


Note NI13264 :

Individuals : Winkler Theodore


Note NI13265 :

Individuals : Russell Clara


Note NI13266 :

Individuals : Gregory Faye


Note NI13267 :

Individuals : Winkler Theodora


Note NI13268 :

Individuals : Zumbro


Note NI13269 :

Individuals : Winkler Theresa


Note NI13270 :

Individuals : Proctor Dennis


Note NI13271 :

Individuals : Ford Sophronia


Note NI13272 :

Individuals : Gregory Horace "Big Horace"


Note NI13273 :

Individuals : Sloan Lurlie


Note NI13274 :

Individuals : Jamison Dr. O. A.


Note NI13275 :

Individuals : Ruth


Note NI13276 :

Individuals : Jamison Glenn W.
Glenn W. Jamison, age 92, passed away on Monday, the 16th of July 2012.He was born on the 12t h of February 1920, in Tuckerman, Arkansas, to Dr.O.A. & Ruth Jamison.
He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1941, where he was amember of the Sigma Chi F raternity.
In June 1941, he began employment with Sears Roebuck & Co. in Memphis,Tennessee, as a Manage r Trainee. In December 1941, he enlisted in theU.S. Navy was serving as a Gunnery Officer i n the Pacific w hen the warended. Upon his return, Sears transferred him to Houston in 1946 , andworked as a Personnel Manager until his retirement in 1980.
He had a strong love for his church, 1st United Methodist in Houston,where he was a member o f the Adelphi Sunday Class. He was also a lifetimesupporter of the Methodist Church in Tucker man.
He and his wife Margaret loved to travel, making 27 trips togetheroutside the continental Uni ted States.
Throughout his life, he remained an ardent supporter of the University ofArkansas and his bel oved Razorback teams, whether it was a football,basketball or soccer, he was there to suppor t them.
Friends are cordially invited to a visitation with the family from fiveo'clock this afternoo n until seven o'clock this evening, Thursday, the19th of July, in the Jasek Chapel of Geo. H . Lewis & Sons , 1010 BeringDrive in Houston.
At a later date, the family is to gather for a private interment serviceat Glenwood Cemeter y in Houston, where Rev. Charles Thompson, ExecutivePastor of First United Methodist Church , is to officiat e.
In lieu of customary remembrances, memorial contributions may be directedto The Razorback Fou ndation, 1295 S. Razorback Rd., Suite A,Fayetteville, AR, 72701.


Note NI13277 :

Individuals : Margaret


Note NI13278 :

Individuals : Pasquale


Note NI13279 :

Individuals : Fagan Eliza


Note NI13280 :

Individuals : Murrell


Note NI13281 :

Individuals : Pasquale Tiffany


Note NI13282 :

Individuals : Word Mark Alan
Hendersonville Memorial Gardens, Hendersonville, TN
WORD, Mark AlanAge 41 of Hendersonville. March 26, 2009. Survived by hiswife, Kristi Word; so n, Landon Ellis Word; daughter, Alan-Elizabeth AnnWord; parents, Jim and Cookie Word, and hi s sister, Sha wn Craddock. Mr.Word's family will receive friends from 4 - 8 p.m. on Friday, M arch 27,2009 at Hendersonville Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conductedat 3 p.m. on S aturday, March 28, 2009 f rom the Chapel of HenmdersonvilleFuneral Home, with David Freeman a nd Jimmy Freeman officiating. ActivePallbearers will include Alan Word, Troy Towe, Steve Stan ley, AnthonyKimberly, J. T. Craddock, Ryan Craddock, Chad Gasterland and ChrisBondurant. Inte rment will be in Hendersonville Memory Gardens.HENDERSONVILLE FUNERAL HOME AND MEMORY GARDENS , (615) 824-3855.


Note NI13283 :

Individuals : Kristi


Note NI13284 :

Individuals : Unknown Mary


Note NI13285 :

Individuals : Word Landon Ellis


Note NI13286 :

Individuals : Word Alan-Elizabeth Ann


Note NI13287 :

Individuals : Word Jim


Note NI13288 :

Individuals : Cookie


Note NI13289 :

Individuals : Word Shawn


Note NI13290 :

Individuals : Craddock


Note NI13291 :

Individuals : Zumbro Edward Cook


Note NI13292 :

Individuals : Hall Roland W.
Jamison Cemetery, Carroll Co., Westport, TN
HALL, Nicola 4/18/1860 - 3/17/1884 [Wife of B. W. Hall and Daughter of Benjamin and Mary Jamison]


Note NI13293 :

Individuals : Johnson William Riley
Occupation: Farmer, cotton ginner, and businessman
Obituary: Wildersville Loses Good Citizen: William R. Johnson, aged 57 years, died Sunday night at his home in Wildersville after a long illness. Elder Joe Netherland of Murfreesboro conducted the funeral service with burial in the Johnson Cemetery in Clarksburg. Mr. Johnson was born in Clarksburg but went to Wildersville about 30 years ago and was one of the leading business men of that town until his death failed him three years ago. He was the son of the late Elder John and Mary Jamison Johnson of Clarksburg. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Lila Parker Johnson, and two sisters, Mrs. Flora McCann of Henderson [Chester County] and Mrs. H.O. Smith of Bruceton. A brother, Tom Johnson and a sister, Miss Ollie Johnson, passed away several years ago.


Note NI13294 :

Individuals : Jamison Robert L. 'Bob'
Jamison Cemetery, West Port, Carroll Co., TN


Note NI13295 :

Individuals : Jamison Twin Boy & Girl


Note NI13296 :

Individuals : Word Thomas


Note NI13297 :

Individuals : Johnson John William
Attended Transylvania College in Kentucky. Became a Church of Christ Minister.
On 12 Sep 1877 when John William was 26, he married Mary JAMISON, daughter of Benjamin JAMISON (1816-1859) & Mary ? (1818-1913), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 15 Oct 1854 in Westport, Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 64, Mary died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 20 Oct 1918. Buried in Oct 1918 in Blair Cemetery, Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee.


Note NI13298 :

Individuals : Jamison Benjamin


Note NI13299 :

Individuals : Johnson Mary Elizabeth


Note NI13300 :

Individuals : Jamison Donie


Note NI13301 :

Individuals : Jamison Ben H.
Owned a dry goods store in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee.


Note NI13302 :

Individuals : Rucker Marvin


Note NI13303 :

Individuals : Jamison Eva


Note NI13304 :

Individuals : Cawthon John W.


Note NI13305 :

Individuals : Cawthon Codolia


Note NI13306 :

Individuals : Cawthon Infant


Note NI13307 :

Individuals : Cawthon Nath


Note NI13308 :

Individuals : Worde Sarah


Note NI13309 :

Individuals : Cawthon Yada


Note NI13310 :

Individuals : Cawthon Venezuela 'Zuela'
Also known as 'Vinnie'.


Note NI13311 :

Individuals : Cawthon Benjamin


Note NI13312 :

Individuals : Jamison Willie


Note NI13313 :

Individuals : Rucker Lillian


Note NI13314 :

Individuals : Jamison Lucinda


Note NI13315 :

Individuals : Jamison Tolbert


Note NI13316 :

Individuals : Jamison Edna


Note NI13318 :

Individuals : Jamison Robert
Note that Jamison and Jemison are interchangeable in records.
From: Jamisons Forever:
Robert and Nancy were married in North Stonington, Connecticut. Recorded in "Early Connecticut Marriages as found in Ancient Church Records prior to 1800" First Book Edited by Frederic W. Bailey published by the Bureau of American Ancestry, New Haven, Connecticut.
f American Ancestry, New Haven, Connecticut.
The birth of the children were recorded Connecticut State Vital Records for Voluntown, Connecticut. They can be found on LDS film #0002927.
on LDS film #0002927.
Mr. Jamison was not four years old when his parents arrived in America, and a lad of only eleven years when they removed to Voluntown, Connecticut. He married Agnes Dixon, Who came to America in 1726, when three years old, with her father, Robert Dixon, who settled in Voluntown, Connecticut. Here the newly-married young people commenced life together, on the old farm where Mr. Jamison's parents, now deceased, had spent their last days. Twenty years passed in industry and a happy home life. They now had a group of thirteen children, the oldest twenty-one and the youngest less than a year old.
group of thirteen children, the oldest twenty-one and the
Mr. Jamison was a man of affairs in the town, and highly esteemed for his up-rightness and business ability, and to him was entrusted the administration of the public finances, which were in a depressed condition. Mr. Jamison was chosen town treasure, when by no fault of his----the financial affairs of the town were greatly embarrassed:.... a heavy debt accrued to the government, for which the town treasure, Mr. Robert Jamison, was held responsible. Having no funds to meet this demand, Mr. Jamis0on was arrested and confined in Windham jail. In 1777 a committee was appointed to go to Windham in term of the Superior Court, and get the best advice concerning a trouble for which Robert Jamison is now confined in jail. Isaac Gallup was ordered to take and secured all said Jamison's estate for the use of the town in settling the debt for which he was imprisoned, but in no wise at fault. This imprisonment lasted for two years. When James Gordon was appointed agent to settle with Robert Jamison, now confined in the Windham County Jail, for the colony tax due for said town, and soon effected his liberation.
or two years. When James Gordon was appointed agent to settle
Robert Jamison, soon after his release, removed to Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, with his sons, Robert, William, John, Alexander and Joseph, who gained a permanent home in that beautiful Valley, and were numbered among its most respectable and influential citizens. Among valuable families from Windham County, Connecticut were those of George and John Dorrance, Robert Jamison, Cyrus Kinne of Voluntown, Connecticut, who emigrated to Wyoming Valley on the Susquehanna River.
Mr. Jamison, some years before March 30, 1768, had purchased of Robert Dixson, for nine shillings, one whole share or right in "Purchase of Susquehanna Land Company." The above Robert Dixson was an ancestor of the Honorable Nathan F. Dixson, who in 1839-1842 was a United States Senator from Rhode Island. The charms of the Wyoming Valley were described in verse as follows:
n "Purchase of
Canaan of Old, as we are told
Where it did rain down manna,
Wasn't half so good for heavenly food
As Dyer makes Susqu'hanna.
United States Senator
The tide of emigration being strongly set in that direction, Mr. and Mrs. Jamison in the autumn of 1776, after the trials of the last few years, were easily persuaded to take advantage of the current, and so set out with all their sons and daughters, except John, the eldest, who had already preceded them, for the land of promise.
y set in that direction, Mr. and Mrs.
They bade a last farewell to their old home and neighbors in Voluntown, Connecticut and with luggage as they could take started for the Wyoming Valley on the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. They took with them a few articles of household furniture and an agricultural implement or two which they conveyed in a large cart drawn by three yoke of oxen. The sons walked along side, driving the oxen and helping the cart over new and badly opened roads. The daughters, clad in homespun, traveled afoot and drove thirty head of sheep. The journey was performed in about three tedious weeks.
urniture and an agricultural implement or two
In 1778, he and his family found themselves in the middle of the Wyoming Valley Massacre. The British and Indians killed 300 at the fort near Wilkes-Barre, including one of Robert's four sons that was defending the fort. Those that had survived the original battle and surrendered were tortured and killed in a most gruesome fashion, including women and children. Many were burned alive inside the fort. Captain Bidlack who had been captured was bound, tortured and then thrown into a bonfire and held there by Indians with pitchforks until he died. It was Robert Jamison, Sr's. son Robert Jr. that died at the fort (although it is not known by this writer how his death resulted). While his sons John, William and Alexander Jamison ( the latter of whom may have been at the river fort with his mother as he was only about 14 years of age ), escaped the main fort and joined the rest of their family and their father at another smaller fort near the Susquehanna River, called Shawnee Fort. The entire family, along with Martha Espy Stewart (wife of Captain Lazarus Stewart, who died leading the charge out of the fort against the Indians ) then fled by boat and foot down the Susquehanna River bank to Fort Augusta at Stanbury, Pennsylvania, where they stayed for a few days. Then they proceeded on to Lancaster County , near Harrisburg where they had other family and friends. Martha Espy Stewart was accompanied on this journey by her youngest daughter Elizabeth, who would later marry Alexander Jamison and have a child by the name of Daniel. Two of Robert's son returned to the Wyoming Valley within a short time and two more within a year. The other members of the family didn't return until 1781. Their houses and contents had been burned by the enemy in 1778, but in 1780 and 1781 John Jamison with the help of his brothers erected a large log house on the site of their ruined homes which the families occupied upon their return while the other properties were restored.
companied on this journey
In 1783 and 1784 the Yankee and Pennamite War continued to rage and Robert Jamison's family suffered much along with the other Connecticut settlers in this regard as aforesaid. On May 13th and 14th, 1784 at least one hundred and fifty families were dispossessed of their homes, robbed of their property, and driven into the wilderness by soldiers with bayonets. This happened to Robert entire family including Abigail and the other widows and their children. They were not allowed to use the river or the roads for their departure, but were required to go through the Lackawanna "Great Swamp" a total of 80 miles to the next inhabited place. It is said that upwards of 500 women and children were required to travel the muddy trail, cross rivers and swamps without shelter and on foot. many took sick and died. Robert Jamison and his family after spending about a month in the wilderness near the Delaware River, quietly returned to his home. However, he was captured and jailed in the guard house at Fort Wilks - Barre. Not withstanding his age, he was "kept bound and closely confined" for a number of days. During which time, his wife Agnes who was sick and bedridden from the wilderness trek, was " hoved out of the house in her bed by a party of assassins by Colonel Armstrong's orders" along with Abigail and her children. In October 1784, and after being thrown out of her home because she was attempting to take food to her jailed father-in-law Robert, Abigail journeyed 60 miles to Easton, Northampton County to lodge with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania a complaint against her prosecutors. When asked by the presiding judge, the Honorable George Bryan, whether she had an attorney, she replied that "all the Aldens are lawyers. I will attend to my own case". After presenting her case, the judge ordered a warrant for the arrest of Captain Petterson who was the leader of the prosecutors and she was eventually awarded a judgement against him and others. however, the judgement was never collected as the Connecticut settlers reached a settlement with the Pennsylvania Government that allowed them to keep their land provided they swear allegiance to Pennsylvania, which they did.
d after
Robert and most of his sons were farmers with guns and served in the militias fighting the British and the Indians during the Revolutionary War as well as in the referenced Pennamite Wars. Historian Charles Miner commented that among Wyoming Valley pioneers, the Jamison Family were "second to none in respectability, service and suffering.
yan, whether she had an attorney, she replied that
CONC "all the Aldens are lawyers. I will attend to my own case". After


Note NI13319 :

Individuals : Dixon Nancy Agnes


Note NI13320 :

Individuals : Lee Sherrad\Sherod


Note NI13321 :

Individuals : Andrews Charlie Allen
Charlie Allen Andrews, age 83, of Lafayette, Tennessee passed away on Monday morning, November 3rd, 2014. Funeral services for Charlie Allen Andrews will be conducted Thursday, November 6th, 2014 at 1 pm from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Elder Dewayne Gregory and Elder Ricky Day officiating. Interment will follow in the Barnfield & Andrews Cemetery.
Visitation will begin Tuesday morning at 11 am 9 pm and Wednesday 10 am 9 pm, Thursday 9 am until service time.
ednesday 10 am
Charlie is survived by;
Georgie Andrews
1 CONT Charlie is survived by;
Louella Driver and husband James
Brenda Hawkins and husband Gary
river and husband James
Several Nieces and Nephews also survive


Note NI13322 :

Individuals : Jamison George Washington


Note NI13323 :

Individuals : Jamison Thomas


Note NI13324 :

Individuals : Rucker Delores


Note NI13325 :

Individuals : Pittard Batey Dean


Note NI13329 :

Individuals : Jamison Ephraim C.


Note NI13330 :

Individuals : Jamison Andrew Jackson


Note NI13331 :

Individuals : Jameson Presley M.


Note NI13332 :

Individuals : Lee Sherrod
WFT Vol. 2 #3338 indicates Sherrad is Sherrod?


Note NI13333 :

Individuals : Jamison William Henry


Note NI13335 :

Individuals : Graves Minnie Paulette


Note NI13339 :

Individuals : Knollys Anne
a lady at the court of Queen Elizabeth I of England
Custom Event
Mary Boleyn had preceded her more famous sister in the King's affections, and had affairs with both Francis I of France and Henry VIII. Both Catherine Carey and Henry Carey may have been Henry's children, although we are unsure of their exact dates of birth. If true, this would make Anne the granddaughter of King Henry VIII.
ld make
Mary Boleyn had preceded her more famous sister in the King's affections, and had affairs with both Francis I of France and Henry VIII. Both Catherine Carey and Henry Carey may have been Henry's children, although we are unsure of their exact dates of birth. If true, this would make Anne the granddaughter of King Henry VIII.
f their exact dates of birth. If true, this would make
Custom Fact
third daughter of Sir Francis Knollys, Treasurer of the Royal Household to Queen Elizabeth I, and his wife Lady Catherine Carey.
sister of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII of England. Anne Knollys' mother was thus a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, daughter of Anne Boleyn and King Henry VIII.
She and Sir Thomas West had six daughters and six sons.


Note NI13340 :

Individuals : Jamison John
Jamison Records from
John came early to Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania where he prepared a home for his father and family, to which he welcomed them in 1776. John afterward married Abigail, a daughter of Major Prince Alden, a lineal descendant of the Puritan Pilgrim, of that name. John served as a Lieutenant in the Continental Army, was in the battle of Wyoming, was afterward killed and scalped by the Indians near the Red Tavern in Hanover, July 8, 1772. John's thirteen year old brother Benjamin and Asa Chapman , were with him when they were fired on, Benjamin saw John fall, he then wheeled his horse and escaped to tell the family of the killing.


Note NI13343 :

Individuals : Lee Samuel
see WFT Vol. 2 #3338 for descendants of Samuel Lee & Sarah Burns


Note NI13344 :

Individuals : Ellis Georgie Mai


Note NI13345 :

Individuals : Stewart James Houston


Note NI13346 :

Individuals : Andrews Louella


Note NI13347 :

Individuals : Driver James


Note NI13348 :

Individuals : Andrews Brenda


Note NI13349 :

Individuals : Hawkins Gary


Note NI13350 :

Individuals : Cothron Travis James


Note NI13351 :

Individuals : Tracy


Note NI13352 :

Individuals : Cox Lucretia


Note NI13353 :

Individuals : Gregory John
Alcorn Co., MS


Note NI13354 :

Individuals : Gregory Byrd "Bird"
O'Neal Cemetery, Limestone Co., AL


Note NI13355 :

Individuals : Burns Sarah


Note NI13356 :

Individuals : Stewart Paulette Marie


Note NI13357 :

Individuals : Brown Sarah


Note NI13358 :

Individuals : Gregory Brown Lee
Oak Forest Cemetery, Randolf, Pontotoc, MS
Masonic emblem on top of tombstone; inscription is badly pitted along thesides of the stone , but it appears to read "Farewell my wife and childrenall, from you a father Christ doth cal l. Mourn not f or me, it is vain,to call me to your sight again."


Note NI13359 :

Individuals : Gregory Green Clay


Note NI13360 :

Individuals : Gregory Raleigh Harden


Note NI13361 :

Individuals : Gregory Sarah Ellen
Lafayette Co., MS


Note NI13362 :

Individuals : Gregory Martha Ann


Note NI13363 :

Individuals : Gregory John Benton


Note NI13364 :

Individuals : Gregory Felix Grundy


Note NI13365 :

Individuals : Zinn Sarah Elizabeth


Note NI13366 :

Individuals : Smith Milura


Note NI13367 :

Individuals : Compton Walter Ronald


Note NI13368 :

Individuals : Jamison William Bergan
William Bergan Jamison
William Bergan's memorial in the Coleman Cemetery as W. B. Jamison 1867 -1932.
CONC -1932.
Age 64 - died in McMinville and lived in Murfressboro, TN.
ssboro, TN.
Retired Farmer.
red Farmer.
Listed as a windower on death certificate.
Died of acute indigestion, i.e. ?food poisoning?

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