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MCMAHON, Zita Catherine (I7249)
 
2  GRAVES, Edward Dicken (I14490)
 
3 - Thomas Odell, b 1808, died Jan 14, 1856
- Catharine Odell, b Sept 18, 1815 m Herrick W. Poppino (in my father's handwriting- born Sep 1802 d 4 Nov 1871 s/o Daniel)
- William W. Odell
- Margaret Odell m John Jier (correction Tier)
- Grace Odell m Morsman
- Mary Odell m Jesse Smith

Orange County, N.Y., Probate Records. Probated Feb 18, 1856.(handwritten by someone - Wills Vol. p. 214 Test. Letters Vol. D. page 24) Thomas Odell, late of Goshen, inhabitant and died at Goshen. Will dated Sept 3, 1853. Petition of Benjamin F. Duryea, of Goshen, that Thomas Odell left no surviving father, mother, widow or descendants.Legatees: Therdorus (first name handwritten) Satterly with whom said deceased resided for many years and Daniel B. Satterly, a son of said Therdorus (handwritten again) Satterly, and Catharine Poppinos, hereinafter named, a sister of said deceased. Brothers and sister as follows to wit: Catharine, wife of Herrick W. Poppino, William W.Odell, Grace Mossman or Morsman, Margaret, wife of John Jier(handwritten Tier), and Mary Smith. Catharine, wife of Herrick W.Poppino, resides in Goshen. William W. Odell, resides in Pennsylvania; Margaret, wife of John Jier (Tier), resident at WestMilford, Passaic Co, NJ; Grace Morsman resides in Ohio; Mary Smith resides in Pennsylvania.

(Handwritten source unknown adds the following:) Daniel B. Satterly of Ontario Co., NY will mentions Theodore T. Smith, son of Jesse Smith,of Goshen. Charles Millspaugh son of William Millspough of Goshen Ex.Benj F. Duryea Wit: David F. Gidney, John E. Howell... 
O'DELL, Catharine (I426)
 
4 - Thomas Odell, b 1808, died Jan 14, 1856
- Catharine Odell, b Sept 18, 1815 m Herrick W. Poppino (in my father's handwriting- born Sep 1802 d 4 Nov 1871 s/o Daniel)
- William W. Odell
- Margaret Odell m John Jier (correction Tier)
- Grace Odell m Morsman
- Mary Odell m Jesse Smith

Orange County, N.Y., Probate Records. Probated Feb 18, 1856.(handwritten by someone - Wills Vol. p. 214 Test. Letters Vol. D. page 24) Thomas Odell, late of Goshen, inhabitant and died at Goshen. Will dated Sept 3, 1853. Petition of Benjamin F. Duryea, of Goshen, that Thomas Odell left no surviving father, mother, widow or descendants.Legatees: Therdorus (first name handwritten) Satterly with whom said deceased resided for many years and Daniel B. Satterly, a son of said Therdorus (handwritten again) Satterly, and Catharine Poppinos, hereinafter named, a sister of said deceased. Brothers and sister as follows to wit: Catharine, wife of Herrick W. Poppino, William W.Odell, Grace Mossman or Morsman, Margaret, wife of John Jier(handwritten Tier), and Mary Smith. Catharine, wife of Herrick W.Poppino, resides in Goshen. William W. Odell, resides in Pennsylvania; Margaret, wife of John Jier (Tier), resident at WestMilford, Passaic Co, NJ; Grace Morsman resides in Ohio; Mary Smith resides in Pennsylvania.

(Handwritten source unknown adds the following:) Daniel B. Satterly of Ontario Co., NY will mentions Theodore T. Smith, son of Jesse Smith,of Goshen. Charles Millspaugh son of William Millspough of Goshen Ex.Benj F. Duryea Wit: David F. Gidney, John E. Howell... 
 
5 !CENSUS-AR-SCOTT-1870: Tumbleston Twp., Black Jack P. O., page 648B, 5Aug, 39/39, I-6Farmer, Andrew 26 KY Farmer $200/$300 mar. in Nov.Farmer, Martha 23 GA Keeping house!CENSUS-AR-SCOTT-1880: Tomlinson, page 344A, 112/113, I-25Farmer, A. J. head 36 KY NC VA FarmerFarmer, J. M. wife 33 GA GA GA Keeping houseFarmer, John E. son 8 AR KY GAFarmer, S. A. son 7 AR KY GAFarmer, J. A. son 5 AR KY GAFarmer, Della dau 2 AR KY GA!CENSUS-AR-SCOTT-1900: Tomlinson Twp, page 157B, 229/282Farmer, Andrew J. head Jan 1844 56 KY NC VA mar. 15 yrs.Farmer, Arkansas O. wife Jun 1859 41 VA VA VA no childrenFarmer, John E. son May 1871 29 AR KY GA  
6 "Fort Brown (1861 - 1862), St. Simons Island was a Confederate fort once located on the site of Fort St. Simons. No trace remains except for a stone marker. It was built of sand covered with scrap rail iron. It was abandoned after Port Royal, SC fell to the Union in 1862."
http://www.northamericanforts.com/East/ga-socoast.html 
GASKINS, Harmon Jr. (I15078)
 
7 "I beleave (sic) this is the wife of William Bledsoe (1820-1863)Per "Three Years With Quantrell (sic)" by James McCorkle, William Bledsoe was kill (sic) in the raid on Lawrence, Kansas by federal troops." - William Clifford
(Added to William Bledsoe's wife Mabel's Find-a-Grave memorial (107241026).

RJCarr, 26 OCT 2016.
Thus far I have not established that William Bledsoe served with Quantrill's raiders. The above reference does not establish that Bill Bledsoe in the book is William Bledsoe of this tree. In the above reference are the following two quotes that William Clifford used to develop his assertion:

"We put John Koger and Bill Bledsoe?s corpse in the ambulance. When we had gone about ten miles, we stopped and buried Bill Bledsoe in an old cabin."
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"On the third day, after crossing the Arkansas River, we came to the log cabin where we had buried Bill Bledsoe. We found the cabin torn down and that wolves had eaten all the flesh from his body. We again reinterred his bones. (Location 1096 of the Kindle version.) 
BLEDSOE, WIlliam (I23932)
 
8 "James (Jim) tragically drowned at the age of 43 on the 4th of July 1908. He left his wife with five children and one on the way. The oldest was fourteen (Helen) and the youngest was born two months after his death (Peggy) His wife Maggie, continued the catering business for a while with the help of her family."
RJCarr: Source not recorded. 
FADDEN, James E. (I545)
 
9 "Living and dying unto the Lord. A discourse in commemoration of the life, services and death of Elder Billington M. Sanders"; delivered before the Georgia Baptist Convention at Washington, Wilkes County, GA on Lord's Day, April 23, 1854.

https://ia600502.us.archive.org/29/items/livingdyinguntol00mall/livingdyinguntol00mall.pdf
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SANDERS, Billington McCarter (I19143)
 
10 "Tier relative was born 1797 in NYC and lived in Rahway Neck, NJ between 1855-1856. He was an old time butcher employed in the famous Washington Market in lower Manhattan. This John and his wife had 9 children between them. [His son,] John H. Tier who married Gertrude Voorhees of Middlesex, NJ. Eventually, he became one of Plainfield's oldest citizens an was elected Freeholder to a six year term on December 5, 1893. He was born April 21, 1831 in NYC. In 1855, due to ill health, he removed to Plainfield where he spent the rest of his life. A historic postal card showing Tier's Pond has been reprinted and published on the web by zing. John H. Tier had two sons, Willie and John Jr. The line The line died out when John Jr. had 5 daughters and all of them had girls except my mother. I am his only grandson. JOHN H. TIER" [W Cadmus Ancestry.com posting dtd 23 Mar 2000] TIER, John H. (I3321)
 
11 [ashes scattered at sea] PAYNE, Donald (I1266)
 
12 [ashes scattered at sea]  
13 [Bates - Christian 1740.FTW] Married and survived 4 different Wives! Father to 24 total children! Burial: Scott Twp., Sandusky Co., Ohio BATES, Christian (I1810)
 
14 [Carney.FTW]
Along with Uncle Jim and Uncle Phil, there is Kate Chapman listed in the 1909 and 1911 censuses as rooming at the Ellison St. Extension.She could have been their sister. JTC II 
CHAPMAN, James (I1156)
 
15 [Carney.FTW]
Along with Uncle Jim and Uncle Phil, there is Kate Chapman listed in the 1909 and 1911 censuses as rooming at the Ellison St. Extension.She could have been their sister. JTC II 
 
16 [Carney.FTW]
Parents listed by Jim as Patrick and Mary Ann Hopper (?)
Witnesses for the wedding included Patrick Kelt and Teresa Kehoe. 
KEHOE, Mary W. (I1143)
 
17 [Carney.FTW]
Parents listed by Jim as Patrick and Mary Ann Hopper (?)
Witnesses for the wedding included Patrick Kelt and Teresa Kehoe. 
 
18 [Carney.FTW]
According to James Ted Carney's mother, Eliza Donnelly sold out her family and the Protestant line by converting to the Church of Rome and raising her children, other than Clara, in that religion. Clara was raised by her husband's sisters and was a Protestant. She was living with her father (Arthur) in Paterson in 1880 according to the 1880 census. Beth (Chapman) has Eliza's christening mug which is dated February 26,1856. 
 
19 [Carney.FTW]
Will for Thomas J. Chapman is listed at 4912 P. 
 
20 [Carr - Louis D 1470939.FTW]
RJCarr: arrived on ship Ontario from London, England
REFN: 6.460c 
DRURY, Samuel Bonnet (I187)
 
21 [Carr - Louis D 1470939.FTW]
RJCarr: arrived on ship Ontario from London, England
REFN: 6.460c 
 
22 [Cutter - George v34t1081.FTW] Died shortly before 65th Wedding anniversary Oldest living couple in New Jersey 24 NOV 2007 - RJCarr note: Charlotte Cutter is shown living with John & Margaret Tier during the 1850 Census; John Tier and Catherine Maria Tier, mother of Charlotte, are siblings. CUTTER, Charlotte Moore (I1770)
 
23 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
An old family note refers to her as Marion, however, this may have been a typographical error. 
BALENTINE, Mary (I1481)
 
24 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
An old family note refers to her as Marion, however, this may have been a typographical error. 
 
25 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
He was born in the month of March.
An old family note naming the Payne family members contains the following: "The Paynes & Oldfields came from the neighborhood of Saybrook, Connecticut and father says left that place by Long Island Sound, Hudson River, and the Wallkill Valley & settled in and about Middletown, N.Y. in Orange County, and afterwards crossed over into New Jersey some of these finally settling near Pompton & Paterson in Passaic County. Their descendants are numerous throughout Orange County, N.Y. Some of Paynes settled on Long Island and father (CarlJ. Glaser) says John Howard Payne was no doubt of the same family.Others of the Paynes, settled in Wayne Co. Michigan, near or at Wyandotte, and were wealthy." 
PAYNE, Samuel Propser (I1251)
 
26 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
He was born in the month of March.
An old family note naming the Payne family members contains the following: "The Paynes & Oldfields came from the neighborhood of Saybrook, Connecticut and father says left that place by Long Island Sound, Hudson River, and the Wallkill Valley & settled in and about Middletown, N.Y. in Orange County, and afterwards crossed over into New Jersey some of these finally settling near Pompton & Paterson in Passaic County. Their descendants are numerous throughout Orange County, N.Y. Some of Paynes settled on Long Island and father (CarlJ. Glaser) says John Howard Payne was no doubt of the same family.Others of the Paynes, settled in Wayne Co. Michigan, near or at Wyandotte, and were wealthy." 
 
27 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
Sergeant in the 73a Regt., British Army, soldier for 30 years, 21 of which were spent in East India. He was there for the Indian rebellion. He enlisted three times leaving service shortly before the battle of Waterloo. He was offered an officer's commission to reenlist but refused. An old handwritten note refers to him as a "weaver." His sword and army papers are in the possession of the family of Hamilton Fordyce who was his grandson. He was a native of Kilbrachen, Scotland.

A map of Scotland show the town of Kilbrachan (spelled with an "chan"at the end) as opposed to Kilbrachen as shown in the old writings made in our family's notes. 
CHAPMAN, Hamilton (I1482)
 
28 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
Sergeant in the 73a Regt., British Army, soldier for 30 years, 21 of which were spent in East India. He was there for the Indian rebellion. He enlisted three times leaving service shortly before the battle of Waterloo. He was offered an officer's commission to reenlist but refused. An old handwritten note refers to him as a "weaver." His sword and army papers are in the possession of the family of Hamilton Fordyce who was his grandson. He was a native of Kilbrachen, Scotland.

A map of Scotland show the town of Kilbrachan (spelled with an "chan"at the end) as opposed to Kilbrachen as shown in the old writings made in our family's notes. 
 
29 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
One old family note shows George's birth year as 1806 instead of 1805. 
FORDYCE, George (I856)
 
30 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW]
One old family note shows George's birth year as 1806 instead of 1805. 
 
31 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] A map of Scotland show the town of Johnstone (spelled with an 'e' at the end) as opposed to Johnston as shown in the old writings made in our family's notes. FORDYCE, George (I856)
 
32 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] An old note, likely written by Marion Tier, describes the source of her research of the Fordyce family and related persons: "These names and dates were taken from an old book (in the possession of my grandfather Geo. Fordyce) entitled 'A Commentary upon the Book of Revelations by the Reverend James Durham (born 1622) preface by John Carstairs 1658 & published 1739 by William Duncan at his shop in the Salt Market, in Gibson's Land, Glascow.
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March 28 Anno Domini 1743 at Greenaton in the parish of Carnwath (Carnwath is in Lanarkshire) William Robertson and Agnes Millrose (this book I am shown by right is yours)"

* The note goes on to say that the names and birth dates of their children were found "From back of fly-leaf." Some other family documents show Agnes' last name as Millear. This note continues by explaining that: "The name Agnes Millrose (my grandfather's great-grandmother) is written three times in different places in the book - once clearly and legibly Millrose. In two other cases it is impossible to decipher it, but the termination 'rose' is unmistakable."

*Historical note: Carnwath, a Scottish city, is currently in the County of Strathclyde. At the time the previously mentioned note was written (circa 1875 to 1900), however, the name of the County or "shire" was Lanark. Hence the usage of Lanarkshire. K. Glaser 12/20/97 
MILLROSE, Agnes (I2299)
 
33 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] From Quebec, Canada. Her father was German and her mother English. An old note bears the following: Agnes Glossen of Quebec Canada, grandma's grandmother was visiting a regiment Doctor's family where Gen. Wolfe was spending a few days, being very ill, and confined to his bed. He made arrangements for leaving in order to join his troops, and against the advice of Dr. and friends left and that day met his fate at the battle of Quebec. GLOSSEN, Agnes (I2304)
 
34 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] He was a Mason and a church Elder. An old family note written by an unknown granddaughter [possibly Marion Tier] refers to "grandfather "George Fordyce [born 6/24/1805] in saying that: "Geo. Fordyce (my great-grandfather) was also an Elder in the church, and grandfather says it was reported that he was a very strict man (grandfather was about 2 years old when he died, so did not know anything of his own knowledge" He was born on 2/21/1751. This computer program will not allow this date to be entered and keeps incorrectly printing that he was born in "1750/51." FORDYCE, George (I856)
 
35 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] It is known that George had 12 children, but only 10 names are known. FORDYCE, George (I856)
 
36 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] She was Betsy's twin sister. Mary and her husband lived in Canada. FORDYCE, Mary (I2314)
 
37 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] She was Mary's twin sister. FORDYCE, Betsy (I2313)
 
38 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] The following quotes were taken from a handwritten family tree describing the entry for Robertson and Millear, "This is much doubtful, evidently confounded with or duplicate of the following [entry]." and "Couldn't make out the name from the print." ROBERTSON, Willliam (I2298)
 
39 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] There are many references made to Lewis Tier simply as Peter. His name may have been mistakenly transcribed as Lewis Tier in older family trees. In a October 1926 letter to Rev. Grant Von Blarcom, his cousin, Lewis P. Tier, says that his grandfather \"Peter\" was born in 1796. Except for that entry, I have not seen Peter listed as Lewis Peter.[V20T23~1.FTW] TIER, Lewis Peter (I475)
 
40 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] There are several old family notes in which Mary\'s maiden name is spelled as Edson instead of Esdon ESDON, Mary (I2295)
 
41 [Glaser - John Carl.FTW] This was a family of farmers. Father Glossen was a German, and mother Glossen was English. GLOSSEN, Nn (I2315)
 
42 [Leverett - Elton-Kennedy.FTW]
25 Dec 1822 Jackson Co, GA: Melissa Ann Kennedy born to Joshua Franklin Kennedy and Nancy Crisler. IGI-GA.
113: m. Francis Major Wagon, Sep 1, 1842, AL.
1860 AL Census, Randolph Co, p 612: w/o husband, but 3 children.
Tombstone says: Malica A., wife of A. Leverett, Dec 25, 1822 - Mar 25,1902. Evidentially married
Abraham Leverett, 2nd. 
KENNEDY, Malicia Ann (I1461)
 
43 [Leverett - Elton-Kennedy.FTW]
25 Dec 1822 Jackson Co, GA: Melissa Ann Kennedy born to Joshua Franklin Kennedy and Nancy Crisler. IGI-GA.
113: m. Francis Major Wagon, Sep 1, 1842, AL.
1860 AL Census, Randolph Co, p 612: w/o husband, but 3 children.
Tombstone says: Malica A., wife of A. Leverett, Dec 25, 1822 - Mar 25,1902. Evidentially married
Abraham Leverett, 2nd. 
 
44 [Leverett - William Sr v123t0283.FTW]
2nd Marriage September 20, 1983, Sun City, Riverside, California 
HILL, Meda (I1497)
 
45 [Leverett - William Sr v123t0283.FTW]
2nd Marriage September 20, 1983, Sun City, Riverside, California 
 
46 [Leverett - William Sr v123t0283.FTW]
Alt. Born October 15, 1816, Putnam GA
Alt. Died May 12, 1887, Brundridge, Pike, Alabama

Mary was the co-executor of her father's will in cocordination with her husband 
LEVERETT, Mary Elizabeth (I1600)
 
47 [Leverett - William Sr v123t0283.FTW]
Alt. Born October 15, 1816, Putnam GA
Alt. Died May 12, 1887, Brundridge, Pike, Alabama

Mary was the co-executor of her father's will in cocordination with her husband 
 
48 [Leverett - William Sr v123t0283.FTW]

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"History of the Georgia Baptist Association" by Jesse Mercer, page 19
"In the following year, 1784, Upton's Creek Church was constituted. This was situated in the lower part of Wilkes, and went by the name of Upton's Creek for some time, but upon building a new and convenient Meeting-house some miles below, in a pine wood, thus surrounded by evergreens, it received the style of GREENWOOD, by which it is still known. By whom this Church was founded we know not, but doubtless it was constituted of members from the Kiokee Church, and formed under her auspices. Here the Rev. PETER SMITH was settled soon after the war closed, and it is altogether probable that he was instrumental in the formation of the Church. -- He was the first Pastor. In a short time, however, Mr. S (Smith) removed to the State of Ohio, where he ended his career."

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"History of Lincoln County, Georgia", By Clinton J. Perryman, page 32
Chapter X. Churches of Lincoln County.
Baptist Churches (White)
"GREENWOOD. In 1784 this church, the sixth Baptist Church in thestate, and then known as Upton's Creek, was constituted in the southern part of Wilkes County. A few years later, it was moved several miles eastward and its name changed to "Greenwood." In 1811 it was incorporated, with JOHN HAMMOCK, GEORGE ZOELLNER (ZELLNER), LEVIN PARKINSON, WILLIAM MONCRIEF, and JOHN H. WALKER, as trustees. (Acts,1811, pages 146-148). About 1820 it was moved two miles further east into Lincoln County, its present location...."

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"A Brief History of Greenwood Baptist Church" by Mrs. J. Robert Eubanks (Hazel Bentley), 1978, page 15
1788 - Pastor: Peter SMITH; Messengers: Hezekiah BUSSY, John BENTLEY, John CHANDLER
1792 - Pastor: Peter SMITH; Messengers: Balaam BENTLEY
1793 - Pastor: Peter SMITH; Messengers: Balaam BENTLEY
1798 - Pastor: William GREEN; Messengers: Balaam BENTLEY
1803 - Pastor: William GREEN; Messengers: John BENTLEY, Thomas LEVERETT
1804 - Pastor: William GREEN; Messengers: John HAMBRICK, Levin PARKSON(PARKINSON)
1806 - Pastor: Stephen STAFFORD; Messengers: James BENTLEY, Thomas LEVERETT
1811 - Pastor: Abram Marshall; Messengers: J. H. WALKER, William MONCRI
1814 - Pastor Winder HILLMAN; Messengers: William MONCRIEF, Arnold ZEOLNOR (ZELLNER)

Note 1: This James BENTLEY cannot be the brother of John Bentley, Sr.and William BENTLEY, III. John and William's Brother, James, died in1798 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Therefore this James must be James BENTLEY, son of William BENTLEY, III. James married Rachel PARKINSON, daughter of Levin PARKINSON.
Note 2: John Chandler signed the will of William Bentley II.
Note 3.: Thomas LEVERETT, born May 12, 1755 in Virginia, was the son of William LEVERETT and Rachel WATTS. Thomas married Marg (Mary) G.GRIFFIN and they had the following children all born in Wilkes County, Georgia:
(1) Jeremiah,
(2) Katherin,
(3) Mariah,
(4) Gideon,
(5) Thomas,
(6) Matilda,
(7) Almelda,6
(8) Abraham b. 18 Mar 1811, and
(9) Mary Elizabeth

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118
Mrs. Mary Aldridge Davies.
DAR ID Number: 117267
Born in Georgia.
Wife of Marvin McTyeire Davies.
Descendant of Thomas Leverett, as follows:
1. Nathan George Aldridge (b. 1847) m. 1869 Martha Elizabeth Davidson(b. 1849).
2. Elias Davidson (1813-98) m. 1840 Lucretia Jane Leverette (1825-1908).
3. Thomas J. Leverette (b. 1797) m. Jane Dowdell.
4. Thomas Leverett m. 2nd 1789 Mary G. Griffin (1772-1848).
Thomas Leverett (1755-1834) served as private in Capt. John Clark's company, Colonels
Clark, Dunn and Alexander's regiments, Georgia Line. He died in Troup County, Ga.

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Troup-Wilkes-Putnam County Ga Archives Bible Records.....Thomas & Mary Leverett Copyright Date 1755-1834
Copyright. All rights reserved.
http://www.usgwarchives.org/copyright.htm
http://www.usgwarchives.org/ga/gafiles.htm

John P Johnson, Brundidge Research, Unpublished research by paid researcher, a resident of Pike County.
Children of Thomas Leverett and Mary Griffin are:
i. John Leverett 97, born February 22, 1790.
ii. Anna Leverett 97, born January 13, 1791; died Bef. 1848; married Thomas Paschal August 28, 1805. iii. Jeremiah Leverett 98, born December 12, 1791 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died September 23, 1863;married Nancy A E Williams July 20, 1815.
iv. Katherine G Leverett 98, born January 26, 1793 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died Bet. 1833 - 1848; married Nicholas Thompkins December07, 1815; born 1793.
v. Mariah Leverett 98, born May 12, 1795; died October 04, 1888;married John Walker; born 1795. 36
vi. Thomas Leverett, Jr, born May 11, 1797; died June 08, 1826 in Upson County Georgia; married (1) Lucreatia Busey February 15, 1820 in Putnam County Georgia; married (2) Jane Dodwell Aft. 1821 in Georgia.
vii. Rev Gideon Leverett 98, born July 14, 1799 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died October 27, 1864; married Sarah W Black January 13,181999; born 1800100; died 1872100.
viii. Matilda Leverett 101, born March 01, 1803; married Thomas Black February 19, 1819102.
ix. Almeda Leverett 103, born January 22, 1806 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died November 16, 1876; married Charles Bussey January 01,1822.
x. Malitta Leverett 103, born May 12, 1808; married Dredzel E Pace.
xi. Abraham Leverett 103, born March 18, 1811 in Georgia; died March25, 1896 in Dublin, Texas; married Emily R Dozier October 09, 1854 in LaGrange, Texas.
xii. Mary Elizabeth Leverett 103, born October 15, 1816 in Putnam County, Georgia; died May 12, 1887 in Brundidge, Alabama 104; married Greene E Carlisle July 18, 1832 in Troup County Georgia.

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File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
Beth Collins http://www.genrecords.net/emailregistry/vols/00011.html#0002523
April14, 2005, 9:56 am
Bible Record of Thomas and Mary Leverett

BIRTHS
Thomas Leverett was born the 12th Day of May 1755
Marian Leverett was born the 25th of March 1772
John Leverett was born February 22nd
Ann Leverett was born the [Illegible] January
Jeremiah Leverett was born December the 22nd 1791
Catharine Griffin Leverett was Born July the 26th 1793
Maria Leverett was born May the 12th 1795
Thomas Leverett was born may the 11th 1797
Gideon Leverett was born July the 14th 1799
Myrtilla Leverett was born march the [Illegible] 1803
Almedia Leverett was born January the 22 1806
Milita Leverett was born may the 12th 1808
Abraham Leverett was born March the 18 1811

MARRIAGES
Ann Leverett was married August 28th 1805
Mariah Leverett was married March the 15th 1814
Jeremiah Leverett was married July the 20th 1815
Catharine G Leverett was married December the 7th 1815
Gideon Leverett was married January 13 1819
Matilla Leverett was Married February 19 the 1819
Almeda Leverett was married Jan 1 1822
Green W Carlisle & Mary E. Leverett was married on Thursday Evening the 18th of July 1832. Six miles south west of LaGrange
Abraham Leverett & Emily R Dozier was married on Thursday evening the9 of October AD 1834 eight miles west from Lagrange by the Rev Gideon Leverett

Additional Comments:
The original Bible pages were torn out and sent in by Mary Leverett in order to receive her Revolutionary War widow's pension and may be found on NARA microfilm M805, Roll 524.Thomas & Mary were from Wilkes Co, GA, and later moved to Putnam then Troup Co, where he died. She died in Chambers Co, AL

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http://home.comcast.net/~teresitaweaver/leverettg/pafg08.htm
Wilkes County Militia 1793
Long Cane Baptist
Thomas Leverett, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
list of taxable property Capt Walker's dist 1 poll 500a Wilkes 1787
1803 land lottery 2 draws
Ocmulgee Baptist Con. 1812 from Beulah Ch. Morgan, GA
Pvt. in Capt. John Clark's company, Col. Alexander's Regt.
More About THOMAS J. LEVERETT:
occupation: Baptist Minister

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From Patsy Chappelear:
Basically I have figured out that Mary Griffin Leverett went to live with her youngest daughter, Mary E. Green, at the end of her life. When her will came out essentially leaving her possessions in an unequitible manner. So suit was brought, and the final hearing ordered the resulting $921.60 to be split with an even share to each of Mary's children or their heirs.
He (Thomas J Leverett) was the son of William Leverett and Rachel Bridget Watts . He was born May 12, 1755 in Wilkes Co., Georgia and died June 8, 1834, Troup Co., Georgia. Thomas Leveritt married July 3,1789 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, Mary G. Griffin who was born March 25,1772, in Georgia and died February 1850 in Chambers Co., Alabama. Mary G. Griffin's parents were John Griffin and Elizabeth Ray. Rev. Thomas Leveritt was the son of William Leveritt and Rachel Bridget Watts. Thomas and his 9 brothers served in the Revolution; two were refugees from the British Army. Married in Wilkes County Associated with Greenwood Baptist Church. Baptist Preacher. Missionary in 1832. Rev. Thomas Leveritt, a Baptist preacher, in Wilkes County, Georgia, served first as a Ranger, and in 1780, joined Captain John Clark's Company at Columbia Court House. He served 18 months under Colonel Elijah Clark, Josiah Dunn, and Samuel Alexander. He was honorably discharged. In 1781, he enlisted in the Georgia Continental Line, where he served for 3 years, until the close of the War. See Pension Record of his widow attached to the papers of Mary Aldridge Davies, National No. 117267. Leveritt served as a Private. See Patriots' Index of 1967, p. 412

Lots 125 & 199, 4th District Written: October 29 1816 Recorded: December 28 1818 Putnam County, Deed Book H, pages 85 - 86 Georgia}This Indenture made this twenty ninth October Morgan County } in the year of our lord one thousand Eight hundred and Sixteen, between Robert Gaston of the County of Morgan of the one part and Thomas Leveret of the County of Putnam of the other part; Witnesseth that the Said R Gaston hath for and in Consideration of the Sum of Fourteen hundred dollars in hand paid, and the sd Gaston hath bargained and Sold to the Said T. Leveret one Certain parcel of land lying on the line of Morgan and Putnam County on the waters of Vinegar Creek, known and distinguished it being one half of the lot one hundred and twenty five and the half of the lot one hundred and ninety nine, the two half lots joining C___s and Black Gums each containing one hundred and one acres and one fourth more or less lying in the forth district of old Baldwin but now Putnam and Morgan To have and to hold the Said land and every thing appertaining thereunto in as peaceable possession as though it was really granted to the Said Leveret and I hereby warrant and defend the right thereof from me and my heirs to the Said T. Leveret his heirs and assigns forever In witness whereof I have Set my hand and fixed my Seal this date and day above written Israel Hendon Robert Gaston Randal Robinson B. Williams J.P.

Lots 175, 176, 199, 4th District, Putnam & Morgan Counties Written: May 27 1830 Recorded: June 4 1830 Putnam County, Deed Book N, page 180Georgia }This Indenture made this twenty Seventh day of May Putnam County } in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty between Thomas Leverett of the State and County aforesaid on the one part & Nicholas Tompkins of the same on the other part Witnesseth that the said Thomas Leverett for and in consideration of the sum of One Thousand dollars to him in hand paid at and before the Sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold and Conveyed and doth by these presents bargain Sell and Convey unto the Said Nicholas Tompkins his heirs and assigns forever all that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the Counties of Putnam and Morgan Containing Three hundred & fifty acres more or less and adjoining lands of Abraham leveret John Paschal and others and is made up of the following numbers viz lot No One hundred and Seventy five in the fourth District of once Baldwin now Putnam County granted to George W Chisolm of Jefferson County One hundred acres of land it being one half of lot No One hundred and Ninety-Nine in the fourth District formerly Baldwinnow Putnam County granted to Robert Powers of McIntosh the above hundred acres is Situated and lying West of lot No 198 Fifty acres more or less it being part of Lot No 176 making in all Three hundred &fifty acres To have and to hold said tract or parcel of land unto him the Said Nicholas Tompkins his heirs & assigns together with all &Singular the rights members and appurtenances thereof to the Same inany manner belonging or in anywise appertaining to his and their own proper use benefit and behoof forever ;in fee Simple And the Said Thomas Leverett for himself his heirs Executors administrators the Said bargained premises unto the Said Nicholas Tompkins his heirs and assigns will warrant & forever defend the right and title thereof against themselves and the claim or claims of any person or persons Whatsoever In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & affixed Seal this the day & date above Written Test Thomas G. Sanford his J BGhent Thomas T Leverett Thos. B. Lawton mark Georgia } Personally appeared before me Thomas G Sanford Putnam County } who after being duly Sworn Saith that he Saw Thomas Leverett Sign Seal & deliver the Within Deed to Nicholas Tompkins & Signed the Same as a Witness & also Saw Thomas Lawson & J. B. Ghent do So likewise Sworn to & Subscribed before me this 27th May 1830 Test Wm. B. Bird J.P. Thos. G. Sanford

Clerk of Court Upson County 1825 & 1826
Received at the Baptist church April 4, 1824 Thomaston
Elected pastor of Baptist church April 17, 1824 till 1826 Thomaston
Elected pastor of Bethesda Baptist January 15, 1825 Thomaston 
LEVERETT, Rev. Thomas J. (I1515)
 
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"History of the Georgia Baptist Association" by Jesse Mercer, page 19
"In the following year, 1784, Upton's Creek Church was constituted. This was situated in the lower part of Wilkes, and went by the name of Upton's Creek for some time, but upon building a new and convenient Meeting-house some miles below, in a pine wood, thus surrounded by evergreens, it received the style of GREENWOOD, by which it is still known. By whom this Church was founded we know not, but doubtless it was constituted of members from the Kiokee Church, and formed under her auspices. Here the Rev. PETER SMITH was settled soon after the war closed, and it is altogether probable that he was instrumental in the formation of the Church. -- He was the first Pastor. In a short time, however, Mr. S (Smith) removed to the State of Ohio, where he ended his career."

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"History of Lincoln County, Georgia", By Clinton J. Perryman, page 32
Chapter X. Churches of Lincoln County.
Baptist Churches (White)
"GREENWOOD. In 1784 this church, the sixth Baptist Church in thestate, and then known as Upton's Creek, was constituted in the southern part of Wilkes County. A few years later, it was moved several miles eastward and its name changed to "Greenwood." In 1811 it was incorporated, with JOHN HAMMOCK, GEORGE ZOELLNER (ZELLNER), LEVIN PARKINSON, WILLIAM MONCRIEF, and JOHN H. WALKER, as trustees. (Acts,1811, pages 146-148). About 1820 it was moved two miles further east into Lincoln County, its present location...."

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"A Brief History of Greenwood Baptist Church" by Mrs. J. Robert Eubanks (Hazel Bentley), 1978, page 15
1788 - Pastor: Peter SMITH; Messengers: Hezekiah BUSSY, John BENTLEY, John CHANDLER
1792 - Pastor: Peter SMITH; Messengers: Balaam BENTLEY
1793 - Pastor: Peter SMITH; Messengers: Balaam BENTLEY
1798 - Pastor: William GREEN; Messengers: Balaam BENTLEY
1803 - Pastor: William GREEN; Messengers: John BENTLEY, Thomas LEVERETT
1804 - Pastor: William GREEN; Messengers: John HAMBRICK, Levin PARKSON(PARKINSON)
1806 - Pastor: Stephen STAFFORD; Messengers: James BENTLEY, Thomas LEVERETT
1811 - Pastor: Abram Marshall; Messengers: J. H. WALKER, William MONCRI
1814 - Pastor Winder HILLMAN; Messengers: William MONCRIEF, Arnold ZEOLNOR (ZELLNER)

Note 1: This James BENTLEY cannot be the brother of John Bentley, Sr.and William BENTLEY, III. John and William's Brother, James, died in1798 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Therefore this James must be James BENTLEY, son of William BENTLEY, III. James married Rachel PARKINSON, daughter of Levin PARKINSON.
Note 2: John Chandler signed the will of William Bentley II.
Note 3.: Thomas LEVERETT, born May 12, 1755 in Virginia, was the son of William LEVERETT and Rachel WATTS. Thomas married Marg (Mary) G.GRIFFIN and they had the following children all born in Wilkes County, Georgia:
(1) Jeremiah,
(2) Katherin,
(3) Mariah,
(4) Gideon,
(5) Thomas,
(6) Matilda,
(7) Almelda,6
(8) Abraham b. 18 Mar 1811, and
(9) Mary Elizabeth

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118
Mrs. Mary Aldridge Davies.
DAR ID Number: 117267
Born in Georgia.
Wife of Marvin McTyeire Davies.
Descendant of Thomas Leverett, as follows:
1. Nathan George Aldridge (b. 1847) m. 1869 Martha Elizabeth Davidson(b. 1849).
2. Elias Davidson (1813-98) m. 1840 Lucretia Jane Leverette (1825-1908).
3. Thomas J. Leverette (b. 1797) m. Jane Dowdell.
4. Thomas Leverett m. 2nd 1789 Mary G. Griffin (1772-1848).
Thomas Leverett (1755-1834) served as private in Capt. John Clark's company, Colonels
Clark, Dunn and Alexander's regiments, Georgia Line. He died in Troup County, Ga.

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Troup-Wilkes-Putnam County Ga Archives Bible Records.....Thomas & Mary Leverett Copyright Date 1755-1834
Copyright. All rights reserved.
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John P Johnson, Brundidge Research, Unpublished research by paid researcher, a resident of Pike County.
Children of Thomas Leverett and Mary Griffin are:
i. John Leverett 97, born February 22, 1790.
ii. Anna Leverett 97, born January 13, 1791; died Bef. 1848; married Thomas Paschal August 28, 1805. iii. Jeremiah Leverett 98, born December 12, 1791 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died September 23, 1863;married Nancy A E Williams July 20, 1815.
iv. Katherine G Leverett 98, born January 26, 1793 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died Bet. 1833 - 1848; married Nicholas Thompkins December07, 1815; born 1793.
v. Mariah Leverett 98, born May 12, 1795; died October 04, 1888;married John Walker; born 1795. 36
vi. Thomas Leverett, Jr, born May 11, 1797; died June 08, 1826 in Upson County Georgia; married (1) Lucreatia Busey February 15, 1820 in Putnam County Georgia; married (2) Jane Dodwell Aft. 1821 in Georgia.
vii. Rev Gideon Leverett 98, born July 14, 1799 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died October 27, 1864; married Sarah W Black January 13,181999; born 1800100; died 1872100.
viii. Matilda Leverett 101, born March 01, 1803; married Thomas Black February 19, 1819102.
ix. Almeda Leverett 103, born January 22, 1806 in Wilkes County, Georgia; died November 16, 1876; married Charles Bussey January 01,1822.
x. Malitta Leverett 103, born May 12, 1808; married Dredzel E Pace.
xi. Abraham Leverett 103, born March 18, 1811 in Georgia; died March25, 1896 in Dublin, Texas; married Emily R Dozier October 09, 1854 in LaGrange, Texas.
xii. Mary Elizabeth Leverett 103, born October 15, 1816 in Putnam County, Georgia; died May 12, 1887 in Brundidge, Alabama 104; married Greene E Carlisle July 18, 1832 in Troup County Georgia.

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April14, 2005, 9:56 am
Bible Record of Thomas and Mary Leverett

BIRTHS
Thomas Leverett was born the 12th Day of May 1755
Marian Leverett was born the 25th of March 1772
John Leverett was born February 22nd
Ann Leverett was born the [Illegible] January
Jeremiah Leverett was born December the 22nd 1791
Catharine Griffin Leverett was Born July the 26th 1793
Maria Leverett was born May the 12th 1795
Thomas Leverett was born may the 11th 1797
Gideon Leverett was born July the 14th 1799
Myrtilla Leverett was born march the [Illegible] 1803
Almedia Leverett was born January the 22 1806
Milita Leverett was born may the 12th 1808
Abraham Leverett was born March the 18 1811

MARRIAGES
Ann Leverett was married August 28th 1805
Mariah Leverett was married March the 15th 1814
Jeremiah Leverett was married July the 20th 1815
Catharine G Leverett was married December the 7th 1815
Gideon Leverett was married January 13 1819
Matilla Leverett was Married February 19 the 1819
Almeda Leverett was married Jan 1 1822
Green W Carlisle & Mary E. Leverett was married on Thursday Evening the 18th of July 1832. Six miles south west of LaGrange
Abraham Leverett & Emily R Dozier was married on Thursday evening the9 of October AD 1834 eight miles west from Lagrange by the Rev Gideon Leverett

Additional Comments:
The original Bible pages were torn out and sent in by Mary Leverett in order to receive her Revolutionary War widow's pension and may be found on NARA microfilm M805, Roll 524.Thomas & Mary were from Wilkes Co, GA, and later moved to Putnam then Troup Co, where he died. She died in Chambers Co, AL

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http://home.comcast.net/~teresitaweaver/leverettg/pafg08.htm
Wilkes County Militia 1793
Long Cane Baptist
Thomas Leverett, 1 poll, 500 acres Wilkes Co.
list of taxable property Capt Walker's dist 1 poll 500a Wilkes 1787
1803 land lottery 2 draws
Ocmulgee Baptist Con. 1812 from Beulah Ch. Morgan, GA
Pvt. in Capt. John Clark's company, Col. Alexander's Regt.
More About THOMAS J. LEVERETT:
occupation: Baptist Minister

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http://home.comcast.net/~jamesleeweaver/weaverjl/pafg22.htm#299
From Patsy Chappelear:
Basically I have figured out that Mary Griffin Leverett went to live with her youngest daughter, Mary E. Green, at the end of her life. When her will came out essentially leaving her possessions in an unequitible manner. So suit was brought, and the final hearing ordered the resulting $921.60 to be split with an even share to each of Mary's children or their heirs.
He (Thomas J Leverett) was the son of William Leverett and Rachel Bridget Watts . He was born May 12, 1755 in Wilkes Co., Georgia and died June 8, 1834, Troup Co., Georgia. Thomas Leveritt married July 3,1789 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, Mary G. Griffin who was born March 25,1772, in Georgia and died February 1850 in Chambers Co., Alabama. Mary G. Griffin's parents were John Griffin and Elizabeth Ray. Rev. Thomas Leveritt was the son of William Leveritt and Rachel Bridget Watts. Thomas and his 9 brothers served in the Revolution; two were refugees from the British Army. Married in Wilkes County Associated with Greenwood Baptist Church. Baptist Preacher. Missionary in 1832. Rev. Thomas Leveritt, a Baptist preacher, in Wilkes County, Georgia, served first as a Ranger, and in 1780, joined Captain John Clark's Company at Columbia Court House. He served 18 months under Colonel Elijah Clark, Josiah Dunn, and Samuel Alexander. He was honorably discharged. In 1781, he enlisted in the Georgia Continental Line, where he served for 3 years, until the close of the War. See Pension Record of his widow attached to the papers of Mary Aldridge Davies, National No. 117267. Leveritt served as a Private. See Patriots' Index of 1967, p. 412

Lots 125 & 199, 4th District Written: October 29 1816 Recorded: December 28 1818 Putnam County, Deed Book H, pages 85 - 86 Georgia}This Indenture made this twenty ninth October Morgan County } in the year of our lord one thousand Eight hundred and Sixteen, between Robert Gaston of the County of Morgan of the one part and Thomas Leveret of the County of Putnam of the other part; Witnesseth that the Said R Gaston hath for and in Consideration of the Sum of Fourteen hundred dollars in hand paid, and the sd Gaston hath bargained and Sold to the Said T. Leveret one Certain parcel of land lying on the line of Morgan and Putnam County on the waters of Vinegar Creek, known and distinguished it being one half of the lot one hundred and twenty five and the half of the lot one hundred and ninety nine, the two half lots joining C___s and Black Gums each containing one hundred and one acres and one fourth more or less lying in the forth district of old Baldwin but now Putnam and Morgan To have and to hold the Said land and every thing appertaining thereunto in as peaceable possession as though it was really granted to the Said Leveret and I hereby warrant and defend the right thereof from me and my heirs to the Said T. Leveret his heirs and assigns forever In witness whereof I have Set my hand and fixed my Seal this date and day above written Israel Hendon Robert Gaston Randal Robinson B. Williams J.P.

Lots 175, 176, 199, 4th District, Putnam & Morgan Counties Written: May 27 1830 Recorded: June 4 1830 Putnam County, Deed Book N, page 180Georgia }This Indenture made this twenty Seventh day of May Putnam County } in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty between Thomas Leverett of the State and County aforesaid on the one part & Nicholas Tompkins of the same on the other part Witnesseth that the said Thomas Leverett for and in consideration of the sum of One Thousand dollars to him in hand paid at and before the Sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold and Conveyed and doth by these presents bargain Sell and Convey unto the Said Nicholas Tompkins his heirs and assigns forever all that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the Counties of Putnam and Morgan Containing Three hundred & fifty acres more or less and adjoining lands of Abraham leveret John Paschal and others and is made up of the following numbers viz lot No One hundred and Seventy five in the fourth District of once Baldwin now Putnam County granted to George W Chisolm of Jefferson County One hundred acres of land it being one half of lot No One hundred and Ninety-Nine in the fourth District formerly Baldwinnow Putnam County granted to Robert Powers of McIntosh the above hundred acres is Situated and lying West of lot No 198 Fifty acres more or less it being part of Lot No 176 making in all Three hundred &fifty acres To have and to hold said tract or parcel of land unto him the Said Nicholas Tompkins his heirs & assigns together with all &Singular the rights members and appurtenances thereof to the Same inany manner belonging or in anywise appertaining to his and their own proper use benefit and behoof forever ;in fee Simple And the Said Thomas Leverett for himself his heirs Executors administrators the Said bargained premises unto the Said Nicholas Tompkins his heirs and assigns will warrant & forever defend the right and title thereof against themselves and the claim or claims of any person or persons Whatsoever In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & affixed Seal this the day & date above Written Test Thomas G. Sanford his J BGhent Thomas T Leverett Thos. B. Lawton mark Georgia } Personally appeared before me Thomas G Sanford Putnam County } who after being duly Sworn Saith that he Saw Thomas Leverett Sign Seal & deliver the Within Deed to Nicholas Tompkins & Signed the Same as a Witness & also Saw Thomas Lawson & J. B. Ghent do So likewise Sworn to & Subscribed before me this 27th May 1830 Test Wm. B. Bird J.P. Thos. G. Sanford

Clerk of Court Upson County 1825 & 1826
Received at the Baptist church April 4, 1824 Thomaston
Elected pastor of Baptist church April 17, 1824 till 1826 Thomaston
Elected pastor of Bethesda Baptist January 15, 1825 Thomaston 
 
50 [Payne - Prosper 1045179.FTW]
A cousin of Stephen Douglass of the Lincoln-Douglass Debates 
DOUGLASS, Thomas W. (I1310)
 

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