Rebecca Curtis1

F, b. between 1770 and 1775
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark1 b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited14 Jan 2006
Birth*Rebecca Curtis was born between 1770 and 1775 at North Carolina; 1800 census record of John Cottril mistakes her realistic date of birth, putting her and John in the 16-25 age group, which is unlikely since she had five children under 10, indicating a marriage date of around 1790, and an age of marriage of 15-20.1,2 
Married Name As of circa 1790,her married name was Cottrell.2 
Marriage*She married John Cottrell, son of Thomas Cottrell III and Jane (Jennie) Brown, circa 1790; There apparently is no marriage record for Rebecca and ? Cottrell, but John lived near to the Curtis family in the 1800 census and is a highly likely candidate. Researchers of the Cottrell family (see Ancestry.com) list John's wife either as unknown or list his first wife as Sarah and his second wife as Rebecca; John appears to have moved to present-day Monroe County, Tennessee; William's 1825 will does not indicate where his heirs lived at the time.2,1 
(Witness) CensusRebecca Curtis appeared on the census of 1800 Wilkes, North Carolina, in the household of John Cottrell; page 34, 2 males and 3 females under 10, 1 male and 1 female 16-25; inconsistent with John's 1769 date of birth from Cottrell family research.2 
NoteB* Samuel L. Cottrell, farmer and stock raiser, Atherton; Vigo county, Indiana, was born April 1, 1826, on a farm in Knox county, Tennessee, and came to Parke county when but four years of age with his parents, with whom he lived until his twenty-second year, and afterward commenced farming for himself on the farm upon which he now lives, in Section 31. His father, Joshua Cottrell, came to this county from near Knoxville, Knox county, Tennessee, Christmas day, 1830, with his father, John Cottrell, and his brothers, Thomas, Lindsey, John Jr., James W., and Emerson. Joshua Cottrell commenced farming in Parke county by renting land of David Lyons, being a portion of the place now occupied by Mrs. Modesitt. Here he erected a log cabin, and here lived for nearly a quarter of a century, when he finally moved to the farm now owned by Samuel Cottrell, which he purchased in 1842, and built the first cabin upon the place in the southeast corner of the farm. He was married in Tennessee to Elizabeth Chesser, and was the father of nine children, three of whom are now living. Mr. Cottrell's mother, a lady about eighty years of age, is still living, making her home with her son Isaac, who lives in Vigo county. Samuel Cottrell was married in Florida township November 26, 1848, to Miss Susannah Cox; and has become the father of twelve children, ten of whom are living upon the home farm in Florida. The children's names are: Joseph, Joshua, Sarah A., William H., Mary J., Isaac M., George W., Marilda, John A., Elizabeth A. and Harriet E. He is a member of the Christian church, as is also his wife. He has been a deacon in the church, and now holds the office of elder. He is a democrat, casting his first presidential vote for Taylor in 1848. His farm contains 373 acres, and has been kept under a fine state of cultivation by this observing and energetic farmer.
H.W. Beckwith, History of Vigo and Parke Counties, Chicago: H.H. Hill and N. Iddings, 1880, pages 320-321. 

Family

John Cottrell b. 1769

Citations

  1. [S915] Joshua Curtis "Bible" Record.
  2. [S1] Census of Population 1800.

John Cottrell

M, b. 1769
FatherThomas Cottrell III1 b. 1737, d. c Nov 1828
MotherJane (Jennie) Brown1 b. c 1750, d. b 1820
Last Edited6 Jun 2010
Birth*John Cottrell was born in 1769 at Amherst, Virginia
Marriage*He married Rebecca Curtis, daughter of Joshua Curtis Sr. and Mary (Sarah) Clark, circa 1790; There apparently is no marriage record for Rebecca and ? Cottrell, but John lived near to the Curtis family in the 1800 census and is a highly likely candidate. Researchers of the Cottrell family (see Ancestry.com) list John's wife either as unknown or list his first wife as Sarah and his second wife as Rebecca; John appears to have moved to present-day Monroe County, Tennessee; William's 1825 will does not indicate where his heirs lived at the time.2,3 
NoteB* Other researchers name first wife as Sarah ? or Emaline Triplett.4 
Tax List*John Cottrell appeared on the personal property tax list of 1797 at Capt. Hulme's District, Wilkes, North Carolina; 1 poll, no acreage; appeared to live next to the Curtis brothers.5 
Census*He appeared on the census of 1800 at Wilkes, North Carolina, page 34, 2 males and 3 females under 10, 1 male and 1 female 16-25; inconsistent with John's 1769 date of birth from Cottrell family research.2 
Tax ListHe appeared on the personal property tax list of 1805 at Capt. Lenoir's District, Wilkes, North Carolina; 1 poll, no acreage; not certain this is the right John; Thomas III does not appear in this tax list.6 
(Witness) BioSamuel L. Cottrell, farmer and stock raiser, Atherton, Vigo county, Indiana, was born April 1, 1826, on a farm in Knox county, Tennessee, and came to Parke county when but four years of age with his parents, with whom he lived until his twenty-second year, and afterward commenced farming for himself on the farm upon which he now lives, in Sec. 31. His father, Joshua Cottrell, came to this county from near Knoxville, Knox county, Tennessee, Christmas day, 1830, with his father, John Cottrell, and his brothers, Thomas, Lindsey, John Jr., James W., and Emerson. Joshua Cottrell commenced farming in Parke county by renting land of David Lyons, being a portion of the place now occupied by Mrs. Modesitt. Here he erected a log cabin, and here lived for nearly a quarter of a century, when he finally moved to the farm now owned by Samuel Cottrell, which he purchased in 1842, and built the first cabin upon the place in the southeast corner of the farm. He was married in Tennessee to Elizabeth Chesser, and was the father of nine children, three of whom are now living. Mr. Cottrell's mother, a lady about eighty years of age, is still living, making her home with her son Isaac, who lives in Vigo county. Samuel Cottrell was married in Florida township November 26, 1848, to Miss Susannah Cox, and has become the father of twelve chil dren, ten of whom are living upon the home farm in Florida. The children's names are: Joseph, Joshua, Sarah A., William H., Mary J., Isaac M., George W., Marilda, John A., Elizabeth A. and Harriet E. He is a member of the Christian church, as is also his wife. He has been a deacon in the church, and now holds the office of elder. He is a democrat, casting his first presidential vote for Taylor in 1848. His farm contains 373 acres, and has been kept under a fine state of cultivation by this observing and energetic farmer. [History of Vigo and Parke Counties, H.W. Beckwith, Chicago: H.H. Hill and N. Iddings, Publishers, 1880, pages 319-320]7 

Family

Rebecca Curtis b. bt 1770 - 1775

Citations

  1. [S935] Margaret Cottrell Mullins and Dennis Mullins, Three Centuries of Cottrells, page 17.
  2. [S1] Census of Population 1800.
  3. [S915] Joshua Curtis "Bible" Record.
  4. [S936] Caldwell County, "Cottrell Family Information from Caldwell County Library", Ancestral File.
  5. [S933] Wilkes County Genealogical Society, Wilkes County Tax Lists, 1797.
  6. [S933] Wilkes County Genealogical Society, Wilkes County Tax Lists, 1805.
  7. [S945] H. W. Beckwith, History of Vigo and Parke Counties, pages 319-320.

Anna Curtis1,2

F, b. 1772, d. between 1851 and 1860
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1,2 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark1,2 b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited2 Feb 2013
Birth*Anna Curtis was born in 1772 at North Carolina.1,2 
Married Name As of circa 1800,her married name was Ward.2 
Marriage*She married Daniel Ward, son of Benjamin Ward and Selah (Celey) Stewart, circa 1800 at Ashe, North Carolina; or Wilkes; based on children's dates of birth; no marriage record found.2 
Census*Anna Curtis and Daniel Ward appeared on the census of 1810 at Ashe, North Carolina, page 73, 3 males and 2 females under 10, 1 male and 1 female 26-44.3 
(Witness) CensusAnna Curtis appeared on the census of 3 October 1850 Watauga, Watauga, North Carolina, in the household of Philip Paul Shull; page 143, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $1,000, 10 children and Anna Ward living with them.1 
Death*Anna Curtis died between 1851 and 1860 at Watauga, North Carolina; no records found in 1860 census or thereafter.1,2 

Family

Daniel Ward b. 17 Jul 1776, d. 18 Sep 1877
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S901] Brenda Reed, "Ancestral File of Brenda Reed (Joshua Curtis)", Ancestral File.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1810.

Daniel Ward1

M, b. 17 July 1776, d. 18 September 1877
FatherBenjamin Ward1 b. c 1750, d. c 17 Apr 1820
MotherSelah (Celey) Stewart1 b. b 1755, d. bt 1841 - 1850
Last Edited2 Feb 2013
Birth*Daniel Ward was born on 17 July 1776 at North Carolina; son of Benjamin and Selah Stewart Ward.1 
Marriage*He married Anna Curtis, daughter of Joshua Curtis Sr. and Mary (Sarah) Clark, circa 1800 at Ashe, North Carolina; or Wilkes; based on children's dates of birth; no marriage record found.1 
Census*Daniel Ward and Anna Curtis appeared on the census of 1810 at Ashe, North Carolina, page 73, 3 males and 2 females under 10, 1 male and 1 female 26-44.2 
Census*Daniel Ward appeared on the census of 16 August 1850 at District 31, Lee, Virginia, page 336, occupation farmer, living with his son William Alfred Ward; age given as 65.3 
Death*He died on 18 September 1877 at Wallens Creek, Stickleyville, Lee, Virginia, at age 101; buried at the Old Ward Cemetery in Lee County.1 
(Witness) BioWard Family.-Among the first to settle on lower Watauga at what is now called Watauga Falls Postoffice (though the actual falls are just across the border in Tennessee), was Benjamin Ward, who had seven sons; Duke, Daniel, Benjamin, Nicodemus, McCaleb, Jesse and James. He also had three daughters, one of whom was named Celia. Benjamin Ward, Sr., was a most enterprising and worthy man, and his widow lived to be 105 years of age, while their son, Dan, lived to be 110. Duke married Sabra, widow of Andrew Harmon, and moved to Illinois. Ben., Jr., went to Cumberland Gap, and his son, Duke, came back and married Lucy Tester, while Amos, son of Duke, Sr., came back from Illinois and married Sally, sister of Lucy Tester. They had two sons, L. D. and John, the latter having been killed before Richmond in 1863.4 

Family

Anna Curtis b. 1772, d. bt 1851 - 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S901] Brenda Reed, "Ancestral File of Brenda Reed (Joshua Curtis)", Ancestral File.
  2. [S1] Census of Population 1810.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  4. [S934] John Preston Arthur, Watauga County History, page 351.

Susanna Curtis1

F, b. 12 May 1784, d. between 1841 and 1850
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited9 Jan 2012
Birth*Susanna Curtis was born on 12 May 1784 at Buffalo Cove, Wilkes, North Carolina; Wilkes County Heritage has 1 May 1784.1,2 
Married Name As of 2 September 1802,her married name was Stonecipher.1 
Marriage*She married Ezra Stonecipher, son of Joseph Stonecipher and Salome Ross, on 2 September 1802 at Watauga River, Ashe, North Carolina; Wilkes County Heritage has 2 September 1803.1,2 
Census*Susanna Curtis appeared on the census of 1810 at Ashe, North Carolina, page 72, 2 males and 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-44, where was Ezra?3 
Death*She died between 1841 and 1850 at Morgan, Tennessee; signed deed in 1846, but not present in 1850 census.4,5 

Family

Ezra Stonecipher b. 1 Jan 1782, d. bt 1838 - 1839
Children

Citations

  1. [S924] Stonesifer Bible Record.
  2. [S922] Mrs. W.O. Absher and Curtis Information by Helen B. Bell, Heritage of Wilkes County, page 171.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1810.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  5. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 27.
  6. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 28.
  7. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 32.
  8. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 33.
  9. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 37.
  10. [S932] J.H.G. Brinkerhoff, Marion County Illinois History (Brinkerhoff), page 325.
  11. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 39.

Ezra Stonecipher1

M, b. 1 January 1782, d. between 1838 and 1839
FatherJoseph Stonecipher2 b. 1754, d. 30 Jul 1847
MotherSalome Ross2 b. bt 1750 - 1760, d. bt 1841 - 1850
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Ezra Stonecipher was born on 1 January 1782 at Lewis's Fork, Wilkes, North Carolina; son of Joseph Marion and Salome Rose Stonecipher.1 
Marriage*He married Susanna Curtis, daughter of Joshua Curtis Sr. and Mary (Sarah) Clark, on 2 September 1802 at Watauga River, Ashe, North Carolina; Wilkes County Heritage has 2 September 1803.1,3 
Death*Ezra Stonecipher died between 1838 and 1839 at Hopkinsville, Christian, Kentucky; In 1839, Ezra, along with his son Thomas, made a trip to Southern Illinois and decided to settle there. On the way home, Ezra became ill and died in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Thomas buried Ezra there and never returned to Illinois.4 

Family

Susanna Curtis b. 12 May 1784, d. bt 1841 - 1850
Children

Citations

  1. [S924] Stonesifer Bible Record.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 26.
  3. [S922] Mrs. W.O. Absher and Curtis Information by Helen B. Bell, Heritage of Wilkes County, page 171.
  4. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 26-27 & 104.
  5. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 28.
  6. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  7. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 32.
  8. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 33.
  9. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 37.
  10. [S932] J.H.G. Brinkerhoff, Marion County Illinois History (Brinkerhoff), page 325.
  11. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 39.

Phoebe Curtis1,2

F, b. 1783, d. 17 April 1855
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1,2 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited5 Nov 2006
Birth*Phoebe Curtis was born in 1783 at Wilkes, North Carolina; Not listed in Finley Curtis Bible record, but included in Stonecipher history. There is an incorrect LDS file, replicated many times, that puts her place of birth as 1786 in Danbury, Connecticut.1,2 
Married Name As of 1806,her married name was Stonecipher.3 
Marriage*She married Samuel Stonecipher, son of Joseph Stonecipher and Salome Ross, in 1806 at Ashe, North Carolina; or Wilkes; no marriage record.3 
(Witness) CensusPhoebe Curtis appeared on the census of 29 August 1850 Subdivision 19, Morgan, Tennessee, in the household of Samuel Stonecipher; page 285, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $2,000, 2 sons at home.1 
Death*Phoebe Curtis died on 17 April 1855 at Morgan, Tennessee.1,2 

Family

Samuel Stonecipher b. 11 Oct 1783, d. 26 Aug 1879
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History.
  3. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 40.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1870.
  5. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 41.
  6. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 42.
  7. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 44.
  8. [S1] Census of Population 1850, 1860.
  9. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 45.
  10. [S931] Lee M. Cross and Larry R. Spurling, Morgan County Tennessee Cemeteries.
  11. [S1] Census of Population 1860.

Samuel Stonecipher1

M, b. 11 October 1783, d. 26 August 1879
FatherJoseph Stonecipher1 b. 1754, d. 30 Jul 1847
MotherSalome Ross2 b. bt 1750 - 1760, d. bt 1841 - 1850
Last Edited5 Nov 2006
Birth*Samuel Stonecipher was born on 11 October 1783 at Wilkes, North Carolina.1 
Marriage*He married Phoebe Curtis, daughter of Joshua Curtis Sr. and Mary (Sarah) Clark, in 1806 at Ashe, North Carolina; or Wilkes; no marriage record.1 
Census*Samuel Stonecipher appeared on the census of 29 August 1850 at Subdivision 19, Morgan, Tennessee, page 285, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $2,000, 2 sons at home.3 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 14 June 1870 Crooked Fork P.O., District 2, Morgan, Tennessee, in the household of Henry Wilson Summer; page 11, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $3,000, 1 child and Samuel Stonecipher at home.4 
Death*Samuel Stonecipher died on 26 August 1879 at Morgan, Tennessee, at age 95; buried in Beech Grove Cemetery.1 

Family

Phoebe Curtis b. 1783, d. 17 Apr 1855
Children

Citations

  1. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 40.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 26.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1870.
  5. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 41.
  6. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 42.
  7. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 44.
  8. [S1] Census of Population 1850, 1860.
  9. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 45.
  10. [S931] Lee M. Cross and Larry R. Spurling, Morgan County Tennessee Cemeteries.
  11. [S1] Census of Population 1860.

Nancy Curtis1,2

F, b. circa 1770, d. between 1851 and 1859
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1,2 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark1,2 b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited10 Sep 2016
Birth*Nancy Curtis was born circa 1770 at North Carolina; gave her place of birth as Maryland in the 1850 census; reported age 80 years.1,3,4 
Married Name As of circa 1786,her married name was Stonecypher.4,5 
Marriage*She married John Henry Stonecypher Jr., son of John Henry Stonecypher Sr. and Eleanor Dortch, circa 1786 at North Carolina; based on chlldren's dates of birth; Stonecipher History says 1783, making Nancy only 13, which is questionable.4,5 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 District No. 32, Franklin, Georgia, in the household of John Henry Stonecypher Jr; page 285, occupation none, real estate valued at $10,000, one daughter at home.4 
Death*Nancy Curtis died between 1851 and 1859 at Franklin, Georgia; not present in 1860 census; Franklin County is probable.6 
(Witness) BioJoseph and John both fought in the American Revolution while residing in Wilkes County. John enlisted in 1779 and his service was terminated in 1781. He fought in the battles of Ramsour's Mill, King's Mountain, Beatties Ford, Guilford Court House (where he was wounded) and in the Battle of Camden. By the time the war ended, he was a captain.
John and Nancy settled first (1787) in Franklin County, Georgia and later settled on the Eastanolle River in Stephens County where he hired a Mr. Pessnel, an Englishmen, to build him a fine plantation house. This house took ten years to build and became a landmark. He owned a grist mill and also commanded a company of soldiers who kept a wary watch on the Indians in the neighborhood. Nancy and John were staunch Baptists.7 

Family

John Henry Stonecypher Jr. b. 1755, d. b 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S915] Joshua Curtis "Bible" Record.
  2. [S901] Brenda Reed, "Ancestral File of Brenda Reed (Joshua Curtis)", Ancestral File.
  3. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  5. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 12-15.
  6. [S1] Census of Population 1860.
  7. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 13-14.
  8. [S1] Census of Population 1800.
  9. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  10. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 14-15.

Rachel Curtis1,2

F, b. between 1780 and 1790, d. before 1850
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1,2 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited21 Nov 2006
Birth*Rachel Curtis was born between 1780 and 1790 at North Carolina; never married.3,1 
Census*She appeared on the census of 1840 at Morgan, Tennessee, page 214, 1 female, age 50-60, living alone next door to Benj. Stonecipher.4 
Death*She died before 1850 at Tennessee; last record in Morgan County; not found in 1850 or 1860 censuses.5 

Citations

  1. [S915] Joshua Curtis "Bible" Record.
  2. [S1] Census of Population 1790.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1790, 1840.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  5. [S1] Census of Population 1840-1860.

Mary (Polly) Curtis1

F, b. between 1776 and 1781, d. before 1830
FatherJoshua Curtis Sr.1 b. c 1740, d. bt 1811 - 1820
MotherMary (Sarah) Clark b. bt 1735 - 1745, d. bt 1791 - 1800
Last Edited5 Nov 2006
Birth*Mary (Polly) Curtis was born between 1776 and 1781 at Wilkes, North Carolina; the 1810 and 1820 censuses indicate a range of 1776-1784, but light of Rosannah's 1795 approximate date of birth, the interval is reduced to 1776-1781, so that she was at least 14 when Rosannah was born.2,1 
Census*She appeared on the census of 1810 at Wilkesborough, Wilkes, North Carolina, page 891, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44; appears as "Polly."3 
CensusShe appeared on the census of 1820 at Wilkes, North Carolina, page 527, 1 male under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44; appears as "Mary."4 
Death*She died before 1830 at Wilkes, North Carolina; not present in 1830 census and no records after 1820.5 

Family 1

Children

Family 2

William Wallace Cottrell Sr. b. 1779, d. c 1862
Child

Citations

  1. [S915] Joshua Curtis "Bible" Record.
  2. [S1] Census of Population 1810, 1820.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1810.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1820.
  5. [S1] Census of Population 1820, 1830.
  6. [S1] Census of Population 1800.
  7. [S926] Charles Weaver, "Ancestral File of Charles Weaver", Ancestral File.

Nancy Curtis1

F, b. 22 August 1807, d. 9 July 1902
MotherMary (Polly) Curtis1 b. bt 1776 - 1781, d. b 1830
Last Edited12 Oct 2009
Birth*Nancy Curtis was born on 22 August 1807 at Wilkes, North Carolina; Father was named as Thomas Robbins.1 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1810 Wilkesborough, Wilkes, North Carolina, in the household of Mary (Polly) Curtis; page 891, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44; appears as "Polly."2 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 1820 Wilkes, North Carolina, in the household of Mary (Polly) Curtis; page 527, 1 male under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44; appears as "Mary."3 
Married Name As of 24 February 1825,her married name was Montgomery.4,5 
Marriage*Nancy Curtis married John Montgomery on 24 February 1825 at Wilkes, North Carolina.4,5 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 1830 Wilkes, North Carolina, in the household of John Montgomery; page 362, 3 males under 5, 1 male 20-30; listed as John Montgomery, Jr. and lived near the Curtises and Cottrells; Nancy apparently had moved out.5 
Census*Nancy Curtis appeared on the census of 1 June 1840 at Hortons District, Wilkes, North Carolina, page 52, 2 males under 5, 1 male 5-9, and 1 female 30-40.6 
Married Name As of 17 April 1845,her married name was Witherspoon.7,1,8 
Marriage*She married William Pettigrew Witherspoon, son of John Witherspoon and Elizabeth B. Dula, on 17 April 1845 at Wilkes, North Carolina; Hezekiah Curtis, bondsman; J.E. Mastin, witness.7,1,8 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 22 July 1850 Wilkes, North Carolina, in the household of William Pettigrew Witherspoon; page 262, occupation farmer, real estate value at $1,000, 5 children at home.7 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 5 June 1860 Elksville P.O., Upper Division, Wilkes, North Carolina, in the household of William Pettigrew Witherspoon; page 101, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $650, personal property valued at $13,925, 4 children and 2 laborers at home.9 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 16 June 1880 Jefferson Twp., Ashe, North Carolina, in the household of William Harrison Witherspoon; page 502C, occupation farmer, seven children and parents at home.10 
(Witness) CensusNancy Curtis appeared on the census of 4 June 1900 Jefferson Twp., Ashe, North Carolina, in the household of Richard P. Little; ED 13, sheet 3B, occupation farmer, owned farm, married 27 years, 9 children 7 living, 4 and Nancy Witherspoon at home.11 
Death*Nancy Curtis died on 9 July 1902 at Ashe, North Carolina, at age 94.11,1,12 

Family 1

John Montgomery b. c 1800

Family 2

William Pettigrew Witherspoon b. 9 Mar 1800, d. 7 Nov 1887
Children

Citations

  1. [S926] Charles Weaver, "Ancestral File of Charles Weaver", Ancestral File.
  2. [S1] Census of Population 1810.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1820.
  4. [S830] North Carolina Works Progress Administration, North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868, Bone No. 000166659.
  5. [S1] Census of Population 1830.
  6. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  7. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  8. [S830] North Carolina Works Progress Administration, North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868, Bond No. 000168044.
  9. [S1] Census of Population 1860.
  10. [S1] Census of Population 1880.
  11. [S1] Census of Population 1900.
  12. [S954] Cathy Honan, "Ancestral File-Witherspoon", Ancestral File.

William Pettigrew Witherspoon1,2

M, b. 9 March 1800, d. 7 November 1887
FatherJohn Witherspoon3 b. 27 May 1779, d. 28 Dec 1863
MotherElizabeth B. Dula3 b. Jul 1781, d. 6 Sep 1865
Last Edited3 Jun 2010
Birth*William Pettigrew Witherspoon was born on 9 March 1800 at Wilkes, North Carolina.1,2,3 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1840 at Hortons District, Wilkes, North Carolina, page 54, 1 male 20-30 and 1 male 30-40.4 
Land Entry*He entered land on 23 September 1842 at Caldwell, North Carolina, described as 100 acres adjacent to a clearing made by Isaac Greene.5 
Marriage*He married Nancy Curtis, daughter of Mary (Polly) Curtis, on 17 April 1845 at Wilkes, North Carolina; Hezekiah Curtis, bondsman; J.E. Mastin, witness.1,2,6 
Census*William Pettigrew Witherspoon appeared on the census of 22 July 1850 at Wilkes, North Carolina, page 262, occupation farmer, real estate value at $1,000, 5 children at home.1 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 5 June 1860 at Elksville P.O., Upper Division, Wilkes, North Carolina, page 101, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $650, personal property valued at $13,925, 4 children and 2 laborers at home.7 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 16 June 1880 Jefferson Twp., Ashe, North Carolina, in the household of William Harrison Witherspoon; page 502C, occupation farmer, seven children and parents at home.8 
Death*William Pettigrew Witherspoon died on 7 November 1887 at Wilkes, North Carolina, at age 87.3,9 

Family

Nancy Curtis b. 22 Aug 1807, d. 9 Jul 1902
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S926] Charles Weaver, "Ancestral File of Charles Weaver", Ancestral File.
  3. [S954] Cathy Honan, "Ancestral File-Witherspoon", Ancestral File.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  5. [S902] Wilkes County Deeds.
  6. [S830] North Carolina Works Progress Administration, North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868, Bond No. 000168044.
  7. [S1] Census of Population 1860.
  8. [S1] Census of Population 1880.
  9. [S2038] Charlie Weaver, "Email Regarding Witherspoon, Weaver and Dula Families," e-mail to Al Field, 3 June 2010.

Joseph Fouts1,2

M, b. 1804, d. between 1870 and 1875
FatherAndrew Fouts
Last Edited28 Jan 2006
Birth*Joseph Fouts was born in 1804 at Randolph, North Carolina.3,2 
Marriage*He married Nancy Curtis, daughter of James Curtis Sr. and Nancy Mast, between 1812 and 1848 at Ohio; There is no indication when or where Joseph and Nancy were married. She was single in 1811 when she signed the deed selling her father's land and was the wife of Joseph Fouts in 1848 when she was a party to the ejectment proceeding. Her name does not appear in public records in between. I have no found an "extra" female of her age in the households of her siblings. Joseph apparently lived with his father Andrew until 1840 and Nancy could have been part of his household. The age of the female in Joseph's 1840 household is too young to be Nancy, but she may have been living there and merely understated her age.4,2 
Census*Joseph Fouts appeared on the census of 1820 at Randolph Twp., Miami, Ohio, page 102, thought to be one of the males 18-25, whereas Nancy could be the female 26-44; this is Gary Schermunds's opinion.1 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1830 at Randolph Twp., Montgomery, Ohio, page 286, Joseph may be one of the two males aged 30-40 in the household of Andrew Fouts and Nancy might be one of the two females aged 40-50.5 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1840 at Randolph Twp., Montgomery, Ohio, page 141, 1 male 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 male and 1 female 30-40.5 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 14 October 1850 at Randolph Twp., Montgomery, Ohio, page 384, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $700, no children; Nancy's age appears to be 51 but should be 61.3 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 2 July 1860 at Randolph Twp., Montgomery, Ohio, page 311, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $4,000, 2 unrelated individuals living with them; Nancy's age is given as 50, but should be at least 60.6 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 8 July 1870 at Randolph Twp., Montgomery, Ohio, page 733, living with Clay Hoover family, described as infirm and blind.7 
Death*He died between 1870 and 1875 at Randolph Twp., Montgomery, Ohio; no death record; given his condition it is unlikely he lived long past the 1870 census.8 

Family

Nancy Curtis b. bt 1787 - 1790, d. bt 1861 - 1869

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1820.
  2. [S927] Larry Cates, "Yount Hoover, et al vs. Enoch Sawyer", pages 23-24.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1820-1850.
  5. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  6. [S1] Census of Population 1860.
  7. [S1] Census of Population 1870.
  8. [S1] Census of Population 1870, 1880.

John Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2

M, b. 1755, d. before 1860
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Sr.3 b. 1725, d. c 1819
MotherEleanor Dortch4 b. bt 1725 - 1735, d. b 1780
Last Edited31 Jul 2008
Birth*John Henry Stonecypher Jr. was born in 1755 at Culpepper, Virginia; son of John Henry Stonecypher.1,2 
Marriage*He married Nancy Curtis, daughter of Joshua Curtis Sr. and Mary (Sarah) Clark, circa 1786 at North Carolina; based on chlldren's dates of birth; Stonecipher History says 1783, making Nancy only 13, which is questionable.1,2 
Moved*John Henry Stonecypher Jr. moved to Franklin, Georgia, in 1787.5 
(Witness) WillHe witnessed the will of John Henry Stonecypher Sr. in November 1818 at Wilkes, North Carolina; Names wife Alcy, children Joseph, John, Daniel, Daniel, Michael, Peter, Eva Church and Mary.6 
Census*John Henry Stonecypher Jr. appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 at District No. 32, Franklin, Georgia, page 285, occupation none, real estate valued at $10,000, one daughter at home.1 
Death*He died before 1860 at Georgia.1,2 
(Witness) BioJoseph and John both fought in the American Revolution while residing in Wilkes County. John enlisted in 1779 and his service was terminated in 1781. He fought in the battles of Ramsour's Mill, King's Mountain, Beatties Ford, Guilford Court House (where he was wounded) and in the Battle of Camden. By the time the war ended, he was a captain.
John and Nancy settled first (1787) in Franklin County, Georgia and later settled on the Eastanolle River in Stephens County where he hired a Mr. Pessnel, an Englishmen, to build him a fine plantation house. This house took ten years to build and became a landmark. He owned a grist mill and also commanded a company of soldiers who kept a wary watch on the Indians in the neighborhood. Nancy and John were staunch Baptists.7 

Family

Nancy Curtis b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 12-15.
  3. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 26.
  4. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 12.
  5. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.
  6. [S903] Wilkes County Wills and Estate Records: November 1818, pages 184-185.
  7. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 13-14.
  8. [S1] Census of Population 1800.
  9. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  10. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 14-15.

Nancy Stonecypher1,2

F, b. 1800
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited12 Sep 2005
Death*Nancy Stonecypher died; never married.1,2 
Birth*She was born in 1800 at Georgia.1,2 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 District No. 32, Franklin, Georgia, in the household of John Henry Stonecypher Jr.; page 285, occupation none, real estate valued at $10,000, one daughter at home.1 

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.

Benjamin Stonecypher1,2

M, b. 1790
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited25 Dec 2006
Birth*Benjamin Stonecypher was born in 1790 at Franklin, Georgia.1,2 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Collins on 18 December 1811 at Franklin, Georgia; Stonecipher History names her "Elizabeth Collins Angle;" marriage record is Collins.3,2 
Census*Benjamin Stonecypher appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 at District 32, Franklin, Georgia, page 283, occupation farmer (also school teacher), real estate valued at $4,000, 4 children at home; both gave their ages as 60.1 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 7 August 1860 at Cannersville P.O., Subdivision, Franklin, Georgia, page 678, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $1,000, 1 daughter at home, both gave their age as 73, indicating an earlier date of birth than 1790.4 

Family

Elizabeth Collins b. 1790

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.
  3. [S929] Hunting for Bears, Georgia Marriages.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1860.

Elizabeth Collins1,2

F, b. 1790
Last Edited12 Sep 2005
Birth*Elizabeth Collins was born in 1790 at South Carolina.1,2 
Married Name As of 18 December 1811,her married name was Stonecypher.1,2 
Marriage*She married Benjamin Stonecypher, son of John Henry Stonecypher Jr. and Nancy Curtis, on 18 December 1811 at Franklin, Georgia; Stonecipher History names her "Elizabeth Collins Angle;" marriage record is Collins.1,2 
(Witness) CensusElizabeth Collins appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 District 32, Franklin, Georgia, in the household of Benjamin Stonecypher; page 283, occupation farmer (also school teacher), real estate valued at $4,000, 4 children at home; both gave their ages as 60.3 
(Witness) CensusElizabeth Collins appeared on the census of 7 August 1860 Cannersville P.O., Subdivision, Franklin, Georgia, in the household of Benjamin Stonecypher; page 678, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $1,000, 1 daughter at home, both gave their age as 73, indicating an earlier date of birth than 1790.4 

Family

Benjamin Stonecypher b. 1790

Citations

  1. [S929] Hunting for Bears, Georgia Marriages.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.
  3. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1860.

James Stonecypher1,2

M, b. 1792
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited25 Dec 2006
Birth*James Stonecypher was born in 1792 at Franklin, Georgia.1,2 
Marriage*He married Martha (Patsy) Morris circa 1820 at Georgia.1,2 
Census*James Stonecypher appeared on the census of 1850 at 519th Militia District, Rabun, Georgia, page 318, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $4,000, 5 children at home.1 
NoteB* Book By H.S. Stonecipher: On April 2, 1818, James and Martha Ruth started from near Eastonollee, Georgia, on horseback, each carrying one of the twins on their respective horses. James had Joseph, while Martha had John, as they attempted to cross the Tugaloo River to visit her parents in South Carolina. This crossing is known as Cleavlands Ford. Martha Ruth and baby John were swept off their horse by the water before James could put his baby Joseph on the bank, both mother and son had drowned. This baby boy that James laid on the bank of the river while attempting to save his wife and baby, is this writer's great-grandfather.

In 1821 he was married to Martha (Patsy) Morris. Some years later, he bought some of his father's land in Rabun County, Georgia, and built a beautiful home near Moccasin Creek, which is now Lake Burton. His father had a road cut through the mountains from Franklin County, which is Highway 17, going north from Toccoa, Georgia. It still is called the Stonecypher Road.

James became quite a wealthy man, according to standards of his day. Records indicate that he owned at least ten thousand acres of land along this beautiful Moccasin Creek Valley. Other records show that he owned numerous Negro slaves.

To James and Patsy were born a very large family of seven boys and three girls. Most of the eight sons of James were destined to fight in the Confederate Army of the Civil War. The youngest son, Franklin, died of pneumonia in a hospital on Howard's Grove Farm near Richmond, Virginia. 

Family

Martha (Patsy) Morris b. 1796

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.

Martha (Patsy) Morris1,2

F, b. 1796
Last Edited23 Nov 2006
Birth*Martha (Patsy) Morris was born in 1796 at Georgia.1,2 
Name Variation As of 1796, Martha (Patsy) Morris was also known as Martha (Patsey) Moore. 
Married Name As of circa 1820,her married name was Stonecypher.1,2 
Marriage*She married James Stonecypher, son of John Henry Stonecypher Jr. and Nancy Curtis, circa 1820 at Georgia.1,2 
(Witness) CensusMartha (Patsy) Morris appeared on the census of 1850 519th Militia District, Rabun, Georgia, in the household of James Stonecypher; page 318, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $4,000, 5 children at home.1 

Family

James Stonecypher b. 1792

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.

Phoebe Stonecypher1,2

F, b. 1807
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Phoebe Stonecypher was born in 1807 at Georgia.1,2 
Married Name As of circa 1825,her married name was Moseley.1,2 
Marriage*She married Daniel Moseley circa 1825 at Georgia.1,2 
(Witness) CensusPhoebe Stonecypher appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 District 32, Franklin, Georgia, in the household of Daniel Moseley; page 285, occupation merchant, real estate valued at $1,500, 6 children at home.1 

Family

Daniel Moseley b. 1805

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.

Daniel Moseley1,2

M, b. 1805
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Daniel Moseley was born in 1805 at South Carolina.1,2 
Marriage*He married Phoebe Stonecypher, daughter of John Henry Stonecypher Jr. and Nancy Curtis, circa 1825 at Georgia.1,2 
Census*Daniel Moseley appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 at District 32, Franklin, Georgia, page 285, occupation merchant, real estate valued at $1,500, 6 children at home.1 

Family

Phoebe Stonecypher b. 1807

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.

Lucy Stonecypher1,2

F, b. circa 1810, d. before 1840
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Lucy Stonecypher was born circa 1810 at Georgia.1,2 
Married Name As of circa 1830,her married name was Moseley.1 
Marriage*She married Anderson Moseley circa 1830 at Georgia.1 
Death*Lucy Stonecypher died before 1840 at Georgia.1,2 

Family

Anderson Moseley b. bt 1801 - 1810, d. b 1850

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1840.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.

Anderson Moseley1

M, b. between 1801 and 1810, d. before 1850
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Anderson Moseley was born between 1801 and 1810.1 
Marriage*He married Lucy Stonecypher, daughter of John Henry Stonecypher Jr. and Nancy Curtis, circa 1830 at Georgia.1 
Death*Anderson Moseley died before 1850 at Georgia.1 

Family

Lucy Stonecypher b. c 1810, d. b 1840

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1840.

Susannah Stonecypher1,2

F, b. 1791
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Susannah Stonecypher was born in 1791 at Georgia.1,2 
Married Name As of 21 September 1809,her married name was Nix.1,2,3 
Marriage*She married William Nix on 21 September 1809 at Franklin, Georgia; by Nacy Meeks, M.G.1,2,3 
(Witness) CensusSusannah Stonecypher appeared on the census of 29 October 1850 District 7, Habersham, Georgia, in the household of William Nix; page 269, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $2,500, 3 children at home.4 

Family

William Nix b. 1788

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1800.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.
  3. [S929] Hunting for Bears, Georgia Marriages.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1850.

William Nix1,2,3

M, b. 1788
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*William Nix was born in 1788 at South Carolina.1,2,3 
Marriage*He married Susannah Stonecypher, daughter of John Henry Stonecypher Jr. and Nancy Curtis, on 21 September 1809 at Franklin, Georgia; by Nacy Meeks, M.G.1,2,3 
Census*William Nix appeared on the census of 29 October 1850 at District 7, Habersham, Georgia, page 269, occupation farmer, real estate valued at $2,500, 3 children at home.4 

Family

Susannah Stonecypher b. 1791

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1800.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 14.
  3. [S929] Hunting for Bears, Georgia Marriages.
  4. [S1] Census of Population 1850.

Anney Stonecypher1,2

F, b. 1813
FatherJohn Henry Stonecypher Jr.1,2 b. 1755, d. b 1860
MotherNancy Curtis1,2 b. c 1770, d. bt 1851 - 1859
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Anney Stonecypher was born in 1813 at Franklin, Georgia.1,2 
Married Name As of 16 February 1832,her married name was Fuller.1,3,2 
Marriage*She married Cooper B. Fuller on 16 February 1832 at Franklin, Georgia.1,3,2 
(Witness) CensusAnney Stonecypher appeared on the census of 29 October 1850 District 32, Franklin, Georgia, in the household of Cooper B. Fuller; page 314, occupation farmer, no real estate value, 10 children at home.1 

Family

Cooper B. Fuller b. 1800

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 14-15.
  3. [S929] Hunting for Bears, Georgia Marriages.

Cooper B. Fuller1,2,3

M, b. 1800
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Cooper B. Fuller was born in 1800 at South Carolina.1,2,3 
Marriage*He married Anney Stonecypher, daughter of John Henry Stonecypher Jr. and Nancy Curtis, on 16 February 1832 at Franklin, Georgia.1,2,3 
Census*Cooper B. Fuller appeared on the census of 29 October 1850 at District 32, Franklin, Georgia, page 314, occupation farmer, no real estate value, 10 children at home.1 

Family

Anney Stonecypher b. 1813

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Population 1850.
  2. [S929] Hunting for Bears, Georgia Marriages.
  3. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, pages 14-15.

John Henry Stonecypher Sr.1

M, b. 1725, d. circa 1819
Last Edited12 Aug 2005
Birth*John Henry Stonecypher Sr. was born in 1725 at Germany.1 
Marriage*He married Eleanor Dortch between 1750 and 1753.2 
NoteB* On 2 March 1779, John entered 640 acres of land on both sides of Naked Creek, adjoining William Banks, Wilkes County, chain carriers Joseph and Daniel Stonecypher, grant issued 22 September 1785.3 
Census*John Henry Stonecypher Sr. appeared on the census of 1787 at Wilkes, North Carolina, 1 male 21-60, 2 males under 21, 3 females.4 
Will*He left a will in November 1818 at Wilkes, North Carolina; Names wife Alcy, children Joseph, John, Daniel, Daniel, Michael, Peter, Eva Church and Mary.5 
Death*He died circa 1819 at Ashe, North Carolina.1,6 

Family

Eleanor Dortch b. bt 1725 - 1735, d. b 1780
Children

Citations

  1. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 26.
  2. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 12.
  3. [S902] Wilkes County Deeds: Land Grant File No. 707.
  4. [S943] Wilkes County Genealogical Society, Wilkes County Census, 1787, page 2.
  5. [S903] Wilkes County Wills and Estate Records: November 1818, pages 184-185.
  6. [S903] Wilkes County Wills and Estate Records: November 1818, page 184 & 185.

Eleanor Dortch1

F, b. between 1725 and 1735, d. before 1780
Last Edited8 Aug 2005
Birth*Eleanor Dortch was born between 1725 and 1735.1 
Married Name As of between 1750 and 1753,her married name was Stonecypher.1 
Marriage*She married John Henry Stonecypher Sr. between 1750 and 1753.1 
Death*Eleanor Dortch died before 1780.1 

Family

John Henry Stonecypher Sr. b. 1725, d. c 1819
Children

Citations

  1. [S925] Mary Howe Underwood, Stoncipher Family History, page 12.