Posted By:William Mode
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Subject:Anna Belle VanSickle & Cornelius Josiah Redic/Redix
Post Date:April 05, 2013 at 07:13:19
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Jaily Green was born circa 1835 in Cocke County and married John Redic. She is with her family in 1850, age 15.

The 1860 Cocke County Census, Parrottsville shows a John Redix 23, Jaly/ Jaby 23, Andrew 3, and Martha H. 4/12.


The 1870 Jefferson County, Tennessee census, page 10, family #69 shows William Hazelwood 32, Jaly Hazelwood 35, Andy Beelix (Redix) 12, Martha M. Beelix (Redix) 10, Cornelius J. Beelix (Redix) and William S. Hazelwood 3 months. (Familysearch.org has the children listed under Beelix)


The 1880 Jefferson County, Tennessee census, page 6B, family #52 lists William Hovelwood 41 (Hazelwood) Jaly 44, Carneles (Cornelius) Hovelwood 18, William Hovelwood 10, Memry/Menny Hovelwood 8, John Hovelwood 5, and Marry Hovelwood 2 (As found at Ancestry.com)


Children: Andrew born 1857 in Tennessee married Anne J. Kinnick, Martha Ann born 1860 in Tennessee married George Bybee, Cornelius Josiah born 1861Cocke County, Tennessee married Anna Belle Vansickle. Cornelius and Anna B. Redix show up in Nineveh Township (west half), Adair, Missouri, in 1900 (Familysearch.org)

John Redic/Reddix may have served with Company E, 8th Tennessee Infantry-Union as I find at the Index to Pension Application Files of Remarried Widows Based on Service in the Civil War and Later Wars and in the Regualr Army after the Civil War an application from Jaly Hazelwood for a pension from deceased husband, John Redix (Publication number M1785, image number 00788)


(In January of 1860, Jaily GREEN married John REDIC in Cocke County Tennessee, where they lived and settled. After John died folks moved from Tennessee to Missouri down the river in a houseboat. To Jaily and John Redic were born three children, Andrew Redic, Martha Ann Redic and Cornelius Josiah Redic. They lived in Cocke County Tennessee. When War broke out John Redic enlisted although he was not strong at the time and with severe training, which he had to do, his health broke and fever set in. He would not give up and kept going until he dropped while marching. A fellow named Calvin HUDSON marching behind
him saw him fall and lifted him to one side so he wouldn't get trampled to death. He was later picked up by an ambulance and taken to Knoxville TN. In the meanwhile, Jaily had heard about him falling in the march and set out to find him. She searched hospitals for weeks before finally finding him by chance. She was without money or means of transportation yet she managed to get him home where he died shortly after. He was buried at Arms Church in Clay Creek in Cocke County Tennessee. Surviving him were all three children. His wife Jaily, later married a man named HAZELWOOD and they moved to Missouri where Cornelius married Anna Belle VANSICKLE. Andrew married Anne J. KINNICK and Martha Ann married George BYBEE or BIBEE (This was written by Bruce Mullenix and found on Ancestry.com)

I have the parentage and history of Jaly/Jailey Green Redic Hazlewood.