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Note NI05796 :

Individuals : Eden Thomas Ransom
960
Thomas Ransom was a farmer and served as a constable. He also couldplayed a banjo.

 

Note NI05797 :

Individuals : Gregory Gabriel
9600
Jim Gregory provided the names and dates for the children of Gabriel.

 

Note NI05798 :

Individuals : Gregory Mary A.
9601

 

Note NI05799 :

Individuals : Gregory Elijah K.
9602

 

Note NI05800 :

Individuals : Harris Kathy
11369

 

Note NI05801 :

Individuals : Gregory Sally H.
9603

 

Note NI05802 :

Individuals : Gregory Catherine "Callie"
9604

 

Note NI05803 :

Individuals : Gregory Joseph Henderson
9605

 

Note NI05804 :

Individuals : Gregory Lorenzo
9606

 

Note NI05805 :

Individuals : Oliver Salena
9607

 

Note NI05806 :

Individuals : Gregory Gideon D.
9608

 

Note NI05807 :

Individuals : Barry Tomas
9609

 

Note NI05808 :

Individuals : Eden Sarah "Sally" Florence
961
Sally never married. She could play the piano by ear.

 

Note NI05809 :

Individuals : Matthews Mary Ann
9610

 

Note NI05810 :

Individuals : Bell Nancy Ellen
9611

 

Note NI05811 :

Individuals : Jamison Andrew
The relationship to George Jamison is assumed due to the age separationand the inscription o n Esther, his wife's, memorial.
orial.
This family plot was Recorded: Summer 1971 by the Ottawa County Chapterof the Ohio Genealogic al Society,
Genealogic al Society,
With appreciation of the Jamison families of the USA to the GenealogicalSocity for their wor k in: Danbury
Ottawa County
Ohio, USA
Ottawa County
and for entry into findagrave.com by:
r entry into findagrave.com by:
Created by: J.A. & D.S.
Record added: Apr 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35994010

 

Note NI05812 :

Individuals : Gregory Daniel Curd
9612

 

Note NI05813 :

Individuals : Gooden Robert
9613

 

Note NI05814 :

Individuals : Malinda E.
9614

 

Note NI05815 :

Individuals : Denton Agnes P.
9615

 

Note NI05816 :

Individuals : Gregory Eugene Alexander
P___ Knob, Simpson Co., KY
9616

 

Note NI05817 :

Individuals : Forshie Lou
9617

 

Note NI05818 :

Individuals : Laura
9618

 

Note NI05819 :

Individuals : Gregory Leonard
9619

 

Note NI05820 :

Individuals : Eden Robert Allen
962
It was said that when Robert registered for WW I, he and another man werethe tallest men in t he County. Robert was 6 foot 2 inches and playedthe guitar. It is not known if he actuall y went off to war.

 

Note NI05821 :

Individuals : Gregory S. L.
9620

 

Note NI05822 :

Individuals : Fulks John B
113714051

 

Note NI05823 :

Individuals : Gregory Eunice
9621

 

Note NI05824 :

Individuals : Forshie John
9622

 

Note NI05825 :

Individuals : Mary
9623

 

Note NI05826 :

Individuals : Forshie Calvin
9624

 

Note NI05827 :

Individuals : McFarland Nancy
9625

 

Note NI05828 :

Individuals : Gregory Alexander L.
Some records indicate name as James Alexander Gregory.
CONT
Alexander L. Gregory is according to marriage records to Manerva.

 

Note NI05829 :

Individuals : Pendergrass Minerva
9627

 

Note NI05830 :

Individuals : Pendergrass Henry
9628

 

Note NI05831 :

Individuals : Hathin Louwa
9629

 

Note NI05832 :

Individuals : Ligon Lurania Jane
963

 

Note NI05834 :

Individuals : Gregory Marietta G.
9630

 

Note NI05835 :

Individuals : Gregory Tinnie
9631

 

Note NI05836 :

Individuals : Gregory James
9632

 

Note NI05837 :

Individuals : Gregory Elizabeth
9633

 

Note NI05838 :

Individuals : Borders William
9634

 

Note NI05839 :

Individuals : Forshie Rosa Etta
9635

 

Note NI05840 :

Individuals : Gregory Joseph Newton
9636

 

Note NI05841 :

Individuals : Wakefield Martha Ann
Linville Barrett Cemetery
9637

 

Note NI05842 :

Individuals : Gregory Margaret
9638

 

Note NI05843 :

Individuals : Gregory Sophie
9639

 

Note NI05844 :

Individuals : Fulks Fredrick Warren
11372

 

Note NI05845 :

Individuals : Brandon Hannah
964

 

Note NI05846 :

Individuals : Cleveland Harriet
9640

 

Note NI05847 :

Individuals : Gregory Curtis
Gregory Cemetery, near Sycamore Valley School, Macon Co., TN
CONT
Name listed as Carter on daughter, Sarah Jane Gregory Cartwright's death certificate (Reg. no 93)
Franklin, Simpson County Kentucky
on County Kentucky
1870 census: Curtis [52] and Rachel Gregory [48] parents of children ranging in age from 26 to 6.

 

Note NI05848 :

Individuals : Gregory Minerva
9642

 

Note NI05850 :

Individuals : Gregory Polly Ann 'Mary'
9644

 

Note NI05851 :

Individuals : Gregory Nancy
9645

 

Note NI05852 :

Individuals : Gregory Larkin
9646

 

Note NI05855 :

Individuals : Harris Daniel Benjamin
11373

 

Note NI05856 :

Individuals : Parker James
9649

 

Note NI05857 :

Individuals : Clark Ernest Chapman
965

 

Note NI05858 :

Individuals : Gregory Aldora
Full Name: Aldora Tuck
Place of Death: Nashville, Davidson Co., Tennessee
Hospital: Vanderbilt
Color, Sex: White, Female
Marital Status: Widowed
Date of Birth: Apr 30, 1875
Birthplace: Smith Co., Tennessee
Date of Death: Nov 7, 1928
Age: 53 years 7 months 8 days
Occupation: House Keeping
Name of Father: Johnie Gregory
Birthplace of Father: Smith Co., Tennessee
Maiden Name of Mother: Sallie Climer
Birthplace of Mother: not known
Physician:
Cause of Death:
Date, Time, Place of Service: Nov 8, 1928 1pm funeral home
Name of Cemetery: Gallatin
Clergyman:
Pall Bearers: Jim Cook, Clarence, James, Willard Jones, J. G. Bradley, Jack Dismukes, Hill Templeton
Near Relatives:
Informant: Mrs. H. A. McAlpine
Address: Rt 1, Gallatin, Tennessee

 

Note NI05859 :

Individuals : Russell Luther
9651

 

Note NI05860 :

Individuals : Oldham George
9652

 

Note NI05861 :

Individuals : Gregory Rachel
9653

 

Note NI05862 :

Individuals : Gregory William Henry
Thanks to Susan Renfro Anderson on findagrave.com
CONT
According to the death certificates of James Marion Gregory and his sister Matilda Gregory Walker Betsey's last name is Conoway. My great-grandmother gave me the information on her father-in-law who lived with them after the death of his wife. He told her that his mother's maiden name was Conoway. He was over 26 when his mother died. May be she had married before, but I have been unable to locate a prior marriage. The marriage license shows her last name as McConnell. I have not ordered a copy of the original marriage license as yet.

 

Note NI05863 :

Individuals : Davis Alford
9655

 

Note NI05864 :

Individuals : McFarland John Henry
Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, KY
9656

 

Note NI05865 :

Individuals : Gregory Henry
9657

 

Note NI05866 :

Individuals : Ogden Floyd
11374

 

Note NI05868 :

Individuals : Moore Sarah
9659

 

Note NI05869 :

Individuals : Clark Thomas (Tom) (Monroe) Albert
966

 

Note NI05870 :

Individuals : Gregory Thomas Bry
Chatham County, NC
Smith County, TN
Old Piper Place, Pleasant Shade, Smith Co., TN
Co., TN
Bry was a soldier of the American Revolution.
Revolution.
Bry's name could have been Bray or Berry. He lived on Payton's Creekabove the Gum Springs at the foot of the Mima Gregory Hill. It isthought he was buried about 1 mile down the creek without a mar ker abovethe springs in Nixon Hollow. Some of his family were there at the timeof his death. He lived in this community all of his life and died at theage of 37. Also k nown as Berry Bray.
fe and died at
Bry was a soldier of the American Revolution as was his brother Bill andfather Thomas M. Greg ory. They enlisted in the Continental Army fromChatham Co., North Carolina. Bry Gregory: Rev olutionary W ar Records:Source> The "Lost" Pensions-settled Accounts Of The Acts Of April 6,1 838. Card #5711: Gregory, Bry Nashville, TN
Pensions-settled Accounts Of The Acts Of April
From Family Group Report from cousin Kathy Lynn Gregory Pryor:
1 CONT From Family Group Report from cousin Kathy Lynn Gregory Pryor:
Smith County historical records: Bry Gregory in the Revolutionary Warand Death - January 8 , 1846. Buried in Smith County Peyton's Creek. 8children were listed. From Cal's column page 493 he lived near Sycamore Valley Cave Point, where his 16 year old son (Ancil) was killed by a falling tree in 1814. Page 80; came from North Carolina to Smith Co.below Pleasant Shade in the William Nixon Holl ow. Cal's column page 85indicates that he was born in Chatham Co ., NC., in about 1762 or 1763 andentered the American Revolution at the age of 18 years, when he was a giant of a young man, weighing 214 pounds. He left his home in Central North Carolina in 1791 and came to Peyton's Creek, settling in what is now called William Nixon Hollow, below Pleasant Shade. Bry was pensioned as a soldier of the Revolutionary War perhaps about 1820, according to some old records in Nashville. His wife died before her husband, who was thus a lone in some measure. The old man in about 1840 deeded to William Parkhurst, "to care for hi m during his natural life time." was recorded in Carthage, TN.
e in some measure. The old man in about 1840 deeded to William
Also in a book (The Gregory Family) American Genealogy ResearchInstitute, Heritage Press, Inc ., Washington, DC, dated 1975; stated thatBry was born in 1791, Died January 1846; private i n North Carol ina Unit;He was placed on Pension Role in 1833 at the age of 72.
thatBry was
see: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnsmith/oldpics/brypapers.htm
na Unit;He was
* CAL'S COLUMN *
on Role in 1833 at the age of 72.
Bry is said to have been killed by lightning in January 1847 on the waters of Nickojack Branch of Peyton's Creek and was buried at the present home of Robert A. Earps, formerly known as the Davis place.
CONC waters of Nickojack Branch of Peyton's Creek and was buried at the
We had in our last paper some thing about the life of our owngreat-great-grandfather, Bry Gregory, that might not have been to hiscredit. But surely no one would think that we want to throw off on "Old Daddy Bry," or as he called himself, "Old Cuff." We mean to give merely some of the highlights of the past and things that, we hope, will be of interest to our readers.
." We mean to give
While we are writing of Bry, we might add that he was born in ChathamCounty, North Carolina , about 1762 or 1763, and that he entered theAmerican Revolution at the age of 18 years, when he was a giant of ayoung man, weighing then 214 pounds. He left his home in Central North Carolina in 1791 and came to William Nixon Hollow, below Pleasant Shade.His wife's given name was Elizabeth, but this i s all we know of her. Weare descended from this man through his daughter, Bettie who married herown cousin, Big Tom Gregory. Big Tom and his wife were the parents of 14sons and daughters, 10 daug hters and four sons. Our father's mother,Sina Gregory, was one of the ten daughters. She married our namesake andgrandfather, Stephen Calvin Gregory, her third cousin; and one of the tenchildren b orn to them was our own father, Thomas M. Gregory, known asDopher Gregory. Big Tom and Bettie's last surviving daughter, Aunt Jane Bennett, died only a few years ago. About 1914 we secured the names ofthe descendants of thi s pioneer couple, Big Tom and Bettie Gregory. They had 14 children, 142 grandchildren, 565 great-grandchildren, 775 great-great-grandchildren and 100 great-great-great-grandchildren andth is made Aunt Jane the actual aunt of about 1,500 persons. Of the 142grandchildren, all are now dead except nine. It has fallen to our lot to conduct funeral services for perhaps 40 or mor e of these grandchildren.Of the 14 sons and daughters, 13 married and reared families of the irown. One son, Gabriel Gregory, went off to the Mexican War and died, being buried somewhere in Old Mexico. The 13 sons and daughters had an average of 11 children. Of these, there are now left only two groups,four of them being the daughters of Ambrose Gregory, one of the so ns, andthe other five being the son and four daughters of Aunt Jane Bennett.
lies of the irown. One son, Gabriel Gregory, went off to
Bry was pensioned as a soldier of the Revolutionary War perhaps about1820, according to som e old records in Nashville. His wife died beforeher husband who was thus alone in some measur e. The old man about 1840deeded to William Parkhurst, "to care for his during his naturallife time," the following property as is recorded at Carthage: "One mareand yearling colt, one sow and seven shoats, ten barrels of corn, all mynotes and accounts, one log chain, six knive s and forks, one patentclock, one writing desk, one weeding hoe, one sprouting hoe, one froe, one axe," and perhaps a few other items. It has been many years since weread this old record and naturally part of it has slipped away from us. Afew years after this deed was made by t he old man, he was on a visit to afriend or relative, who lived in a little house that once sat on the side of Frog Branch of Nickojack Branch of Peyton's Creek, just below the present home of Mrs. George Earps. A winter thunderstorm arose andlightning struck close to the hou se. Old Bry went to the door, raised his arm in defiance of the Almighty, ripped out a big oath, cursed God andcalled on Him to "Try Old Cuff a pop." The words had hardly left the oldman 's lips when lightning struck him and he fell into the yard. His shoestorn from his feet an d the old man struck dead in a moment of time. It is needless to add that this dreadful end to a man 85 years of age had a very sobering effect on others who might have been inclined to trifle with the Almighty. He was buried in a cemetery at the present home of Robert Earps, about half a mile down the valley, but we have never been able to locate the grave for no monument marks the last resting place ofthis man who fought with his father, Thomas Gregory, and hi s brother,William Gregory in the early struggle of the United States to attain its independence from the mother country.110834672BRY GREGORY:
from Cal's Column: "entered the American Revolution at the age of 18 years, when he was a giant of a young man, weighing then 214 pounds. "
might have been inclined to trifle with the
"He was on a visit to a friend or relative, who lived in a little house that once sat on the side of Frog Branch of Nickojack Branch of Peytonís Creek, just below the present home of Mrs. George Earps. A winter thunderstorm arose and lightning struck close to the house. Old Bry went to the door, raised his arm in defiance of the Almighty, ripped out a big oath, cursed God and called on Him to "Try Old Cuff a pop." The words had hardly left the old manís lips when lightning struck him and he fell into the yard. His shoes torn from his feet and the old man struck dead in a moment of time. It is needless to add that this dreadful end to a man 85 years of age had a very sobering effect on others who might have been inclined to trifle with the Almighty. He was buried in a cemetery at the present home of Robert Earps, about half a mile down the valley, but we have never been able to locate the grave for no monument marks the last resting place of this man who fought with his father, Thomas Gregory, and his brother, William Gregory in the early struggle of the United States to attain its independence from the mother country."

 

Note NI05871 :

Individuals : Austin Christine Elizabeth
Chatham Co., NC
Chatham County, NC
9661

 

Note NI05872 :

Individuals : Shoulders Benjamin Franklin
Unknown if same Benjamin found in marriage records:
CONT
Shoulders, Benjamin F.
Gregory, Lucinda
Sep 22, 1868

 

Note NI05873 :

Individuals : McFarland Marvin R.
9663

 

Note NI05874 :

Individuals : McFarland Claude R.
9664

 

Note NI05875 :

Individuals : McFarland Charlie
Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, KY
9665

 

Note NI05876 :

Individuals : McFarland William "Bill"
9666

 

Note NI05877 :

Individuals : Ogden Dorothy Louise
Divorced Marvin
760-431-0564
11375

 

Note NI05878 :

Individuals : McFarland Albert
9667
Albert was cleaning his gun and it went off and he accidently shot andkilled his mother - orp hening the 11 children - who were then adopted out- but most retained their name of McFarland .

 

Note NI05879 :

Individuals : McFarland Leroy
9668

 

Note NI05880 :

Individuals : McFarland Luke
9669

 

Note NI05881 :

Individuals : Clark Infant I
967
CONT
968
8
969

 

Note NI05882 :

Individuals : McFarland Robert
9670

 

Note NI05883 :

Individuals : McFarland female
9671

 

Note NI05884 :

Individuals : McFarland Claude
9672

 

Note NI05885 :

Individuals : McFarland David
9673

 

Note NI05886 :

Individuals : McFarland Rosie
Auburn Cemetery
9674

 

Note NI05887 :

Individuals : McFarland Nell
9675

 

Note NI05888 :

Individuals : Fleming Author
10134

 

Note NI05889 :

Individuals : Foster Melvin
11376

 

Note NI05890 :

Individuals : McFarland John Henry
9676

 

Note NI05891 :

Individuals : McFarlin Eli
9677
The McFarlin/McFarland information is from Julie Smid & James Edward"Jim" & Judy Dean Cuff Mc Farland.

 

Note NI05892 :

Individuals : Pinkston Lucinda "Louise"
9678

 

Note NI05893 :

Individuals : McFarland Mattie
9679

 

Note NI05894 :

Individuals : McFarland Minnie
9680

 

Note NI05895 :

Individuals : Smith Grace Dorthy
9681

 

Note NI05896 :

Individuals : Dowdy Early
9682

 

Note NI05898 :

Individuals : McFarland Joe
9684

 

Note NI05899 :

Individuals : Lavin John Homer
11377

 

Note NI05900 :

Individuals : McFarland Betty
9685

 

Note NI05901 :

Individuals : Redder
9686

 

Note NI05902 :

Individuals : Dowdy Roy
9687

 

Note NI05903 :

Individuals : Dowdy Earl
9688

 

Note NI05904 :

Individuals : McFarland Ray David
9689

 

Note NI05905 :

Individuals : McFarland William Carl
9690

 

Note NI05906 :

Individuals : McFarland Jean
9691

 

Note NI05907 :

Individuals : McFarland Charles
9692

 

Note NI05908 :

Individuals : Smith John Henry
9693

 

Note NI05909 :

Individuals : Lavin Evelyn May
11378

 

Note NI05910 :

Individuals : Tucker Sallie L.
9694

 

Note NI05911 :

Individuals : Smith James David
9695
Thanks to Rollins - Hodges - Smith Family Contact: Julie Smid for theSmith/McFarlin/McFarl and information on Rootsweb.com

 

Note NI05912 :

Individuals : Fletcher Mary Elizabeth
9696

 

Note NI05913 :

Individuals : Smith Joe
Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, KY
9697

 

Note NI05914 :

Individuals : Smith Ben
9698

 

Note NI05915 :

Individuals : Smith Jim
9699

 

Note NI05916 :

Individuals : Pitts Susan Anna 'Annie'
Boyd Cemetery on Pitts Lane north of Murfreesboro, TN
CONT
Susan Ann Pitts Boyd was known as "Ann" by the family as indicated byAunt Nell's letter. The re is a picture of John & Ann Boyd. For those whohave found a Susan N. Pitts in the record s of Rutherfor d Co., thetranslation from script to type is incorrect. It should have been no tedas Susan A. Boyd. Following is the obituary which was in the local paperin March of 1925:
which was in the local
Mrs. S. A. Boyd Dies At Home of Daughter
ONT Mrs. S. A. Boyd Dies At Home of Daughter
Mrs. S. A. Boyd, age 74 years, died Thursday March 6 at the home ofher daughter, Mrs. J . W. Zumbro on East Vine Street from infirmaries ofage. Funeral services were held from the h ome as above Saturday morningat 10 o'clock conducted by Rev. W. F. Jaggers after which her re mainswere buried at the family graveyard near Pittstown.
Mrs. Boyd was a Miss Pitts prior to here marriage and was born andlived in the 21st dist rict all of her life up to about two years untilwhen she came here to spend here remaining da ys with Mrs. Zumbro.
She was a life long member of the Republican Grove Baptist churchand had live a consiste nt Christian life. She is survived by numerousnear relatives, the most of whom are natives a nd residents of the county.
Mrs. Boyd had fifteen children, all of who survived her. Two orthree of the boys and tw o of the girls are in other states and cities butthe others are all in this county. She had s even boys an d eightdaughters, all of whom were present at the funeral services.
This family is remarkable in the fact that these fifteen childrenare adults and a wonder ful robust set. They range in weight from 180pounds to 290 pounds. The three largest weigh re spectively 2 90, 250 and245 pounds. The aggregate weight of the family is about 3,500.
Her ancestors were among the earliest settlers in Tennessee and shewas descended on bot h sides from stock to be proud of.

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