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51 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Essex County, VA, Marriage Register, Book 1, Page 105:
Elzer FOGG, son of James E. FOGG & Lucy Ann DUNN married Ida E. BROOKS,
daughter of John BROOKS and Martha E. BROOKS. Elzer was 36, widowed,
born in and living in Essex County, VA. He was a mechanic. Ida was 18,
single and also born and living in Essex County, VA. Therefore, Elzer's
birth was about 1855.!CHILDREN: The records of James Irving BROOKS, Sr.
state that Elzer and Ida had two sons. 
FOGG, Elzer (I111)
 
52 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Essex County, VA, Marriage Register, Book 1, Page, 108:
Lewis L. BROOKS, age 21, son of J.R. BROOKS and Martha E. BROOKS married Mattie A. DAVIS on 29 Jun 1892. Mattie was 17, single, born in King & Queen County, VA, and was living in Essex County, VA at the time of marriage. Her parents were A.P. DAVIS and Martha A. CROW. Mattie and Lewis were married by F. B. BEALE. Therefore she was born about 1875.

!BIRTH-CENSUS: 1900 U.S. shows Mattie A. as wife to Lewis L. and that she is 18 years old being born Dec 1881. She had 5 children with 2 living. Her parents Phillip A. DAVIS and Martha A. were living in
Lewis' household. If this date is correct, she would have been only 11 at the time of her marriage to Lewis.

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ID: IND02585
Name: Martha A. "Mattie" Davis
Sex: F
Birth: 1875
Death:
Note: 1880 King and Queen County, VA Census, Newtown, 449C.

Father: Arthur P. Davis b: 1825
Mother: Martha A.F. Crow b: 1835

Marriage 1 Lewis L. Brooks b: 1871
Married: 29 JUN 1892
Note: Essex County VA Marriages, Book 1, page 109. 
DAVIS, Mary "Mattie" A. (I103)
 
53 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: King William County, VA, Marriage Register, 1885 - 1943,
Book 1: Otelia CARLTON, daughter of Edgar CARLTON and Sallie, his wife,
married Lewis L. BROOKS, son of John R. BROOKS and Martha E. BROOKS, 26
Jun 1920, in Richmond, VA. Otelia is single, born in and living in West
Point, VA. Lewis is a widower, living in King and Queen County and he
works as a carpenter. His age does not match the age given at his first
marriage.!CHILDREN: Records of James Irving BROOK
S, Sr. state that Otelia and Lewis had two children. 
CARLTON, Otelia (I108)
 
54 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Essex County, VA, Marriage Register, Book 1, Page 105:
Elzer FOGG married Ida E. BROOKS 4 Feb 1891. Elzer was the son of James
E. FOGG and Lucy Ann DUNN. He was 36, widowed, born in and living in
Essex County, VA, and worked as a mechanic. Ida was the daughter of John
BROOKS and Martha E. BROOKS. She was 18, single born in and living in
Essex County, VA. They were married by Alex FLEET. 
BROOKS, Ida E. (I99)
 
55 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Essex County, VA, Marriage Register, Book 1, page 108:
Lewis L. BROOKS married Mattie A. DAVIS on 29 Jun 1892. Lewis was 21,
single, born in and living in Essex at the time of his marriage. Mattie
was 17, born in King and Queen County, VA, and was living in Essex
County, VA at the time of the marriage. The were married by F.B. BEALE.
The record also confirms that Lewis was the son of J.R. BROOKS and Martha
E. BROOKS, and that Lewis was a farmer. Mattie's parents
were A.P. DAVIS and Martha A. CROW. !CENSUS, 1900: Phillip A. and Martha
A. DAVIS lived in the household of Lewis L. BROOKS. Phillip was born Dec.
1816 and was 83 years old in 1900. Martha A. DAVIS was born Nov 1834 and
was 65 at time of 1900
census. They had been married for 52 years. Martha had 11 children and
6 were living in 1900.!RELATIONSHIP: Records of James Irving BROOKS, Sr.
state that Lewis and Mattie A. DAVIS had four children. The 1900 Census
states that Mattie had
5 children and 2 were living at the time of the census.!RELATIONSHIP:
Records of James Irving BROOKS, Sr. state that Lewis and his second wife
had two children.!BIRTH/MARRIAGE: King William County, VA, Marriage
Register, 1885-1943, Book 1:Lewis L. BROOKS, the son of John R. BROOKS
and Martha E. BROOKS, married Otelia CARLTON in Richmond, VA, 26 Jun
1920. Otelia was the daughter of Edgar CARLTON and Sallie his wife. She
was 27, single, born in and lived in West Point, VA at the
time of their marriage. Lewis was a widower, age 45, a carpenter, and
lived in King & Queen County at the time of their marriage. Note his age
at this marriage makes his birth date different than the age he gave at
his first marriage. Theref
ore, his birth date is between 1871 and 1875.!CENSUS, 1900: Essex County,
VA, Page 675, Sheet 1, Household 14, line 64: Lewis L. BROOKS was born
Oct 1871. He was 28 at time of 1900 census.


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ID: IND02589
Name: Lewis L. Brooks
Sex: M
Birth: 1871
Death:

Father: J. R. Brooks
Mother: Martha E.

Marriage 1 Martha A. "Mattie" Davis b: 1875
Married: 29 JUN 1892
Note: Essex County VA Marriages, Book 1, page 109. 
BROOKS, Lewis Lunsford (I98)
 
56 !BIRTH/1880 U.S. CENSUS, Essex County, VA, Page 193: Calhoun ATKINS is
listed as a male, age 8, son of E.C. and Columbia ATKINS.!U.S. CENSUS,
1880, Essex County, VA, Roll 1363, Page 193/3: ATKINS, E.C., white male,
age 42, Head of Household, Married Columbia, white female, age
32, Wife, Married Frank (Benjamin Frank), white male, age 10,
Son, Single Calhoun, white male, age 8, Son, Single John,
white male, age 5, Son, SIngle Laura, white fema
le, age 4, Daughter, Single Mollie, white female, age 2 ,
Daughter, Single Kate, white female, age 1, Daughter, Single The
1890 U.S. Census burned and Calhoun would have not turned up again until
1900 when he was 28 years old.
By this time he should have married and started his own household. More
research is needed on the ATKINS lineage. 
ATKINS, Calhoun (I175)
 
57 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net.

!DEATH:
Fluvanna Co., VA Death Records, 1853-1896, p. 46

!OCCUPATION:
Cooper 
GILLESPIE, John Nelson (I3129)
 
58 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net.

!MARRIAGE:
Marriages of Fluvanna County, VA, 1781 - 1853, p 58. 
Family F1190
 
59 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, Joseph Austin (I3128)
 
60 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, Jacob Warrren (I3130)
 
61 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, George Washington (I3131)
 
62 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, James Nathan (I3132)
 
63 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, William Gideon (I3133)
 
64 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, Maria Hennignton (I3134)
 
65 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, Elizabeth Mina (I3135)
 
66 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, David Walker (I3136)
 
67 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL:
Information supplied by Mrs. J.S. McDaniels (Betty Jo); 2566 Virginia
Beach Blvd., VA Beach, VA 23452, 757-340-4147; bjmcdaniels@prodigy.net. 
GILLESPIE, Andrew Jackson (I3138)
 
68 !BIRTH/DEATH/BURIAL: Zacharia TODD is buried in the TODD Family Cemetery
on US Rt 64, Bus. in Wendell, Wake County, NC

!NAMESAKE: Zacharia TODD was
named for his grandfather, Zacharia PRIVETT. Nancy may be buried there
also.

!1850 U.S. Census, Marks Creek Township, Wake County, NC
Household of William TODD, age 21, white, male
Eliza TODD, age 23, white, female
Zachariah TODD, age 2/12, white, male

!1860 U.S. Census, The N.E. Division, Wake County, NC
Household of W.O. TODD, age 31, male, farmer
Eliza, age 33
Zacharia, age 11
Curtis, age 6
Martha, age 10
Sarah, age 5
Fannie, age 3
Marion, age 8/12 
TODD, Zacharia (I1190)
 
69 !BIRTH/DEATH/HISTORY OF ANTIOCH REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Gravestone,
Antioch reformed Episcopal Church Cemetery, Millers Tavern, Essex County,
VA (Across the Millers Tavern-Howertons Road from Arlington Masonic
Lodge) the church was moved up the Howertons Road about 1/2 mile in the
early 1900's. Today it is known as "Grace Episcopal Church". Born: 17
Mar 1860 Died: 17 May 1900!MARRIAGE #1: Essex County, VA, Marriage
Register, Book 1, Page 55: Alexander O. BROOKS, age 23, single,
farmer, born and living in Essex County, VA, son of Beverly BROOKS and
Lucy Ann ATKINS, married 14 Apr 1880, Emma CROW, age 20, single, born and
living in Essex County, VA, daughter of John T. S. CROW and Bettie A.
GRIFFITH. The couple were m
arried by W.F. ROONE.!MARRIAGE #2: "Planted 1774", by Mildred K. BATES,
Page 200: (1974) Annis SMITHER, daughter of John L. SMITHER and wife of
Alexander O. BROOKS...is survived by her sons, Alton O. and Willam BROOKS
of Fredericksburg, and C
laude BROOKS of Urbanna, VA.!MARRIAGE #3: Records of James Irving BROOKS,
Sr., nephew of Alexander O. BROOKS: Alexander O. BROOKS married Mrs.
QUENSBERRY, widowed sister of Annis M. SMITHER.!U.S. CENSUS, 1880, Essex
County, VA, Page 149/18:
BROOKS, Alexander, white male, age 24, Head of Household F.
Emma, white female, age 20, Wife (Annis M. SMITHER lived 2 households
away with her father John L. SMITHER.)!U.S. CENSUS, 1900, Essex County,
VA, House #232: BROOKS, Alexand
er, head of household, white male, age 45, born May 1855, widow
Annie E., daughter, white female, age 18, born Mar 1882, single
Alexina, daughter, white female, age 16, born May 1884, single
John R., son, white male, age
13, born Jun 1886, single Edith S., daughter, white female, age
11, born May 1889, single Mary T., daughter, whtie female, age 9,
born Oct 1890, single Andrew, son, white male, age 7, born Nov
1893, single Gay C
., daughter, white female, age 3, born Apr 1897, single Emmett
F., son, white male, age 10/12, born May 1900, single!U.S. CENSUS, 1910,
Essex County, VA, Dwelling #99: BROOKS, Alexander O., head of household,
white male, age 53, marri
ed Annie M., wife, white female, age 32, married, 3 children
born, 3 children living Edith S., daughter, white
female, age 21, single Andrew L., son, white male, age 17, single
Gay, daughter, white f
emale, age 13, single Floyd E., son, white male, age 6, single
Alton O., son, white male, age 4, single Claude H., son,
white male, age 18/12, single!U.S. CENSUS, 1920, Essex County, VA, Page
657: BROOKS, Alexander O.,
head of household, age 65, married Bettie G., wife, age 50,
married Floyd E., son, age 16, single Alton O., son, age
13, single Claude W., son, age 11, single 
CROW, Emma F. (I82)
 
70 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NORWOOD, Winifred (I1686)
 
71 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Rebecca (I1687)
 
72 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Martha (I1688)
 
73 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Selan (I1689)
 
74 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Whittey Wich (I1690)
 
75 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, William Norwood (I1691)
 
76 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Jesse III (I1692)
 
77 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Winifred (I1693)
 
78 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Isaac (I1694)
 
79 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Norwood (I1695)
 
80 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Nancy Elizabeth (I1696)
 
81 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978.!NOTES: Tombstone Records of
the Neville Family Cemetery Neville Family Bible Historical Southern
Families Marshall County, MS Deeds and Wills Brasfield, Brassfield
Genealogies 
NEVILLE, Jesse Jr. (I1685)
 
82 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE RECORDS: Chatham County, NC, Will Book D, Page 263;
Historical Southern Families, by John Bennett Boddie, pg 151; Brasfield
- Brassfield Genealogies, by McAllister, pg 650 -652; Neville & Reynolds
Ancestral Lines of Earl A. Truett, Jr. 1978. 
NEVILLE, Turley (I1697)
 
83 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/HISTORY: Greensboro Newspaper, Orange County
Section, Dated 8 Oct 1992: In 1792, Matthew and his brother William
donated land to help start the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, NC. In return, they were each guarenteed that on son would receive
a free education at the newly built institution.Matthew and William were
Irish immigrants who each came to America with a "single suit of clothing
and a handful of coins in his pocket". Legend has it that a
t least one of the McCAULEY brothers was on the lam when he left Belfast
in the mid-1700's, hidden in a wooden barrel on a ship.According to the
family tradition, Matthew was wanted in Ulster for seditious activities
against the crown. His b
rother loaded him into a barrel on a ship out of Belfast, bribed an
inspector and fed Matthew through a hole in the barrel until they were
well on their way to America.In truth, the brothers arrived separately;
William came first and became t
he first sheriff in Hillsborough, NC, after the revolution. Matthew, who
served under Wasington at Valley Forge, came to Chapel Hill and opened a
flour mill. The two brothers were mostly ordinary farmers.The McCAULEY
Clan has been forever gr
ateful for the generosity of the two brothers. In 1953, the McCAULEYs
held a ceremony at the grave site of Matthew near University Lake in
Carrboro, NC. In 1992, the Clan gathered again to celebrate.

From Durham Public Library, McCauley Family Cemetery -
Cemetery 158, surveyed 3 Dec 1972: In Orange County, NC, near Chapel
Hill, NC. Location on SR 1937 (The road leading to University Lake) 0.3
miles S of the intersection of Jones Ferry Road SR 1942 and SR1937. The
cemetery lies about 75' E of the road to the rear of the Lake Warden's
Cottage. There are 3 marked graves and the memorial to Matthew
McCauley. There are 6 (and maybe 7) unmarked graves.

From the Durham-Orange Genealogical Society Cemetery Survey, Copyright
1996: The Matthew McCauley memorial plaque reads: Matthew McCauley /
1750 - 1832. Emigrant from County Antrim, Ireland, to North Carolina
before the revolution; Lieutenant, 10th North Carolina Regiment,
Continental Army; a donor of 150 acres of land for the founding of the
University of North Carolina; husband of Martha who is buried beside him.
/ This tablet erected by descedants. 1939. Note: The year of Mattew
McCauley's birth was obtained from data on headstone and does not
correspond with that given on the plaque. 
MCCAULEY, Matthew (I1623)
 
84 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/HISTORY: Greensboro Newspaper, Orange County
Section, Dated 8 Oct 1992: In 1792, Matthew and his brother William
donated land to help start the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, NC. In return, they were each guarenteed that on son would receive
a free education at the newly built institution.Matthew and William were
Irish immigrants who each came to America with a "single suit of clothing
and a handful of coins in his pocket". Legend has it that a
t least one of the McCAULEY brothers was on the lam when he left Belfast
in the mid-1700's, hidden in a wooden barrel on a ship.According to the
family tradition, Matthew was wanted in Ulster for seditious activities
against the crown. His b
rother loaded him into a barrel on a ship out of Belfast, bribed an
inspector and fed Matthew through a hole in the barrel until they were
well on their way to America.In truth, the brothers arrived separately;
William came first and became t
he first sheriff in Hillsborough, NC, after the revolution. Matthew, who
served under Wasington at Valley Forge, came to Chapel Hill and opened a
flour mill. The two brothers were mostly ordinary farmers.The McCAULEY
Clan has been forever gr
ateful for the generosity of the two brothers. In 1953, the McCAULEYs
held a ceremony at the grave site of Matthew near University Lake in
Carrboro, NC. In 1992, the Clan gathered again to celebrate. 
MCCAULEY (I1625)
 
85 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/HISTORY: Greensboro Newspaper, Orange County
Section, Dated 8 Oct 1992: In 1792, Matthew and his brother William
donated land to help start the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, NC. In return, they were each guarenteed that on son would receive
a free education at the newly built institution.Matthew and William were
Irish immigrants who each came to America with a "single suit of clothing
and a handful of coins in his pocket". Legend has it that a
t least one of the McCAULEY brothers was on the lam when he left Belfast
in the mid-1700's, hidden in a wooden barrel on a ship.According to the
family tradition, Matthew was wanted in Ulster for seditious activities
against the crown. His b
rother loaded him into a barrel on a ship out of Belfast, bribed an
inspector and fed Matthew through a hole in the barrel until they were
well on their way to America.In truth, the brothers arrived separately;
William came first and became t
he first sheriff in Hillsborough, NC, after the revolution. Matthew, who
served under Wasington at Valley Forge, came to Chapel Hill and opened a
flour mill. The two brothers were mostly ordinary farmers.The McCAULEY
Clan has been forever gr
ateful for the generosity of the two brothers. In 1953, the McCAULEYs
held a ceremony at the grave site of Matthew near University Lake in
Carrboro, NC. In 1992, the Clan gathered again to celebrate. 
MCCAULEY, William (I1626)
 
86 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIP: Records of Ann Marie JACKSON, wife of
George Kent BROOKS, grandson of GEORGE Franklin BROOKS and Julia Virgina
NORMAN. 
BROOKS, William Leslie (I870)
 
87 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIP: Records of Ann Marie JACKSON, wife of
George Kent BROOKS, grandson of GEORGE Franklin BROOKS and Julia Virgina
NORMAN. 
MOORE, Geneva Elizabeth (I874)
 
88 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIP: Records of Ann Marie JACKSON, wife of
George Kent BROOKS, grandson of GEORGE Franklin BROOKS and Julia Virgina
NORMAN. 
STAGG, Margaret Elizabeth (I875)
 
89 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIP: Records of Ann Marie JACKSON, wife of
George Kent BROOKS, grandson of GEORGE Franklin BROOKS and Julia Virgina
NORMAN. 
THOMSEN, Evelyn Britt (I876)
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I877)
 
91 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I878)
 
92 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIP: Records of Ann Marie JACKSON, wife of
George Kent BROOKS, grandson of GEORGE Franklin BROOKS and Julia Virgina
NORMAN. 
LAUGHON, Katharine Bassett (I879)
 
93 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIPS: Records of James Irving BROOKS, Sr.,
copies in possession of the writer. 
DIX, Nettie Eleanor (I785)
 
94 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE/RELATIONSHIPS: Records of James Irving BROOKS, Sr., copies in possession of the writer. GREENSTREET, Betty (I786)
 
95 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE:
[BOUGHAN Family Bible, VA State Archives, ACC #24166]

!RELATIONSHIP:
[Essex County, VA, Deed Book 36, Page 319, 22 Jul 1803]
John BOUGHAN and Sally (Sarah), his wife, sold to Major BOUGHAN,
BOUGHAN'S Mill, which had been owned by their father, they being
brothers. The deed was witnessed by Caston BOUGHAN.

[Essex County, VA, Deed Book 36, Page 114, 17 Apr 1798]
John BOUGHAN and Sarah (Sally), his wife, & Major BOUGHAN and Caty, his
wife, sold land to Charles BRAY. The land had been purchased by John and
Major from Thomas and William BURKE. The deed was proved in court 18 Jun
1798 by John CROXTON and James WEBB.

[Essex County, VA, Box Chancery, 9-E-109, 19 & 20 Oct 1795]
Major BOUGHAN and John BOUGHAN brought suit against Thomas WOOD, Sr. so
that he can not build a mill on Piscataway Creek. The document contains
the signatures of Major and John BOUGHAN. The file also contains an
early survey of the mill site which is now on the road from Dunbrooke to
Minor.
 
BOUGHAN, Major (I278)
 
96 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE:
[Records of Dora Alice MARSH (TODD)]
Records of Anne Todd Patrick:
James Yancy MARSH was born in Lincolton, NC, June 3, 1903. He married
Edith Wright. They had three children James Harry, Jerry Lee and Linda
E. (Green).

OBITUARY:
Clipping in scrapbook of Nannie Marsh Leigh in possession of Anne Todd
Patrick, 18 Aug 2001:
James Y. Marsh, 87, of 801 Meadowood Road, died Monday at The
Evergreens.
Funeral will be at 2 PM Thursday at Presbyterian Church of the
Covenant, of which he was a member. Burial will be in Green Hill
Cemetery.
A native of Lincolton, he was a former employee of the Greensboro Fire
Department, a retired Postal Service employee, a member of the Odd
Fellows Gate Lodge No. 694, a Volunteer of the Year for the Multiple
Sclerosis Society and a Hope Chest Award Winner for a 17 county district.
Surviving are wife, Mrs. Edith W. Marsh; daughter, Mrs. Linda Marsh
Greene of Raleigh; sons James Henry Marsh of Columbia SC and Jerry Lee
Marsh of Lexington, SC.; sisters, Mrs. Draper Leigh of Greensboro and
Mrs. Alice Todd of Richmond, VA; eight grandchildren.
The family will be at Forbis and Dick North Elm Street Funeral Home
7-9 PM today.
Memorial contributions may be made to Habitat for Humanity, c/o
Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, 501 S. Mendenhall St., Greensboro,
NC 27403. 
MARSH, James Yancy (I1736)
 
97 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE:
[Records of Thomas MOORE, 9728 52nd Avenue, College Park, MD 20740-1504.]
 
WOOD, William (I519)
 
98 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE:
[Records of Thomas MOORE, 9728 52nd Avenue, College Park, MD 20740-1504]

!DOWRY:
["Planted 1774", by Mildred K. Bates, A History of Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, Dunbrooke, VA, page 135]
Martha Anne was the daughter of Henry BOUGHAN. The BANKS homeplace was
reportedly a dowry from Martha Anne's father and was originally, along
with the area known as the county poor farm, part of an estate known as
"HOWARD GROVE". It is believed that the original house at HOWARD GROVE
was built by two brothers by the name of WOOD or WOODS. Martha Anne and
Richard Peachey BANKS had twelve children. 
BOUGHAN, Martha Ann (I516)
 
99 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE:
[Records of Thomas MOORE, 9728 52nd Avenue, College Park, MD 20740-1504]

!U.S. CENSUS, 1830, Essex County, VA, Page 121:
Julia WOOD is probably the female 30 - 40 listed in the household of
Henry H. BOUGHAN.

!U.S. CENSUS, 1840, Essex County, VA:
1 Female 40-50 (Julia WOOD) is listed in the household of Henry H.
BOUGHAN.

!WILL:
[Essex County, VA, Box Deed and Wills 1855 - 1856]
Will of Sarah (Sally) WOOD. Signed by "Sally" WOOD 2 Feb 1854. Will
mentions:
Mary WOOD, dau of my son Fountain WOOD
Thomas WOOD, son of Fountain WOOD
Julia Ann CARLTON, dau of my son James WOOD
Olivia Carlton, dau of my son James WOOD
Martha Ann BANKS, dau of Julia BOUGHAN
Balance of Sarah's estate to go to the children of Julia BOUGHAN,
James WOOD, and Fountain WOOD by his first marriage.
Executors appointed: "My friends B----- CARLTON and Richard P. BANKS.
Witnessed by H. H. PRINCE and Arthur Semple (or Temple). 
WOOD, Julia (I515)
 
100 !BIRTH/DEATH/MARRIAGE:
[Records of Thomas MOORE, 9728 52nd Avenue, College Park, MD 20740-1504]

!WILL:
[Essex County, VA, Box Deed and Wills 1855 - 1856]
Will of Sarah (Sally) WOOD. Signed by "Sally" WOOD 2 Feb 1854. Will
mentions:
Mary WOOD, dau of my son Fountain WOOD
Thomas WOOD, son of Fountain WOOD
Julia Ann CARLTON, dau of my son James WOOD
Olivia Carlton, dau of my son James WOOD
Martha Ann BANKS, dau of Julia BOUGHAN
Balance of Sarah's estate to go to the children of Julia BOUGHAN,
James WOOD, and Fountain WOOD by his first marriage.
Executors appointed: "My friends B----- CARLTON and Richard P. BANKS.
Witnessed by H. H. PRINCE and Arthur Semple (or Temple). 
WOOD, Thomas (I2337)
 

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