Descendants of Jesse Ennis
Generation No. 1
1. JESSE1 ENNIS was born Abt. 1750 in Probably N.C. or Virginia.
Notes for JESSE ENNIS:
No proof exists that shows Arthur, James, and others are the children of Jesse Ennis of S.C. A Jesse Ennis is found on the 1790 S.C. Lancaster County District with Arthur Ennis I which is circumstantial evidence.
Child of JESSE ENNIS is:
2. i. ARTHUR2 ENNIS I, b. Abt. 1770, N. C.; d. Bef. 1836, South Carolina.
Generation No. 2
2. ARTHUR2 ENNIS I (JESSE1) was born Abt. 1770 in N. C., and died Bef. 1836 in South Carolina. He married MARTHA SIMS Abt. 1790 in South Carolina. She was born Abt. 1772 in Virginia or N.C..
Notes for ARTHUR ENNIS I:
Much research has been done to try to find the parents of Arthur Ennis I, your Compiler's known ancestor but to date nothing has been found. No proof exists that Arthur's wife's surname was Sims. (See possible clue below).
Information has been documented as much as possible. Arthur Ennis I (designated No. 1 to distinguish from his son). owned land on Cedar Creek S.C. (Source: Lancaster County S.C. Deed Abstracts 1787-1811 by Brent H. HJolcomb, C.A.L.S. 192, Book G, page 214) September 17, 1807.
There was listed in the book " Memoirs of Georgia" an article about a Charles W. Ennis, ex-sheriff and farmer in Milledgeville, Ga. The article stated he was born in Baldwin County, Ga. in 1845 and that his parents were P. M. Ennis and Evaline Minor Ennis. The article did not state where they were from, just that they were of Scotch-Irish descent. These Ennises may be related to Arthur.
The 1790 census for South Carolina lists Jesse Ennis, Heads of family and age 16 and up males - 1, Free while males under 16 - 4, free while females including head of house - 3. This census is for the Camden District, Lancaster County, S.C. where the family bible for Artur II says he was born. In the 96th District, Union County, S. C. 1790 Census there is listed a John Ennis. in house 1-2-3 In the 98th District, Newberry County, S.C, 1790 Census there is listed a George Ennis, in house 1-0
This was found in a researcher's notes:
Andrew Ennis Augusta, Ga. merchant, Grantee in deed in Franklin Co, Ga. 1795 fromThos. Murray, qv. Arthur Ennis adj. landowner in deed Lancaster Co., S.C. 1833 by Ervin. We Sims, qv, to Furney Sims, Tract on Cedar Creek of Catawba R. We do know that Arthur owned land on Cedar Creek and probaly the Sims mentioned here were related to his wife. A deed was found in Chambers County,Al. with the name Capt Andrew Ennis. There were two dates on this deed, 1861 and 1871 There is probably a connection between the Chambers County Ennis to the Andrew of Augusta, Ga. Arthur's second wife is believed to be Margaret Fleming. There was a property dispute about 115 acres of land in S.C. in 1840 between Margaret Ennis and Arthur's named sons. Margaret's age was given as between 30 and 40 years of age. She was to receive only 1/3 of Arthur's land. In another document found in the Lancaster Courthouse Peter Fleming was appointed guardian of minor child, George. Document dated 11 March 1836 George could be the child of the second wife. Peter could have been Margaret's brother. We cannot establish George's age because we do not know exactly when Arthur died. To be a minor, he had to have been under the age of 21 when his father died.
Your compiler has two marriages that she feels sure belongs to these Ennis but she cannot at the present identify. Marriages in Lee County, Alabama: Homer Hammock to Olive or Aline Ennis ge Book D; Wm. M. Webb to Nettie L. Ennis, Aug. 28, 1888. Bk. B.
More About ARTHUR ENNIS I:
Fact 1: 17 Sep 1807, Owned land on Cedar Creek, S. C.
Notes for MARTHA SIMS:
Last Name believed to be "Simms/Sims. Descendant Sherry McLemore states that Martha, aka Middy/Mittie b. 1845 married Arthur Ennis. She was the daughter of Irvin Joseph Sims,
b. 1778, d. 1864 in Lancaster, S.C. married Molly McGeehee and had the following issue:
Joseph Sims, d. before 1864, Mary d. before 1864 (had married a Sartain); Jarrett, b.1803
d. 1882; Rebecca b. 1804, married James D. Cauthen, Martha(Middy) b. 1805 mar. Arthur Ennis; Samuel b. 1808; Francis Ann b. 1815 d. 1885 mar. James Brady Reeves. Sherry descends from Samuel and Frances line (double Sims kinship).
More About ARTHUR ENNIS and MARTHA SIMS:
Marriage: Abt. 1790, South Carolina
Children of ARTHUR ENNIS and MARTHA SIMS are:
i. BRAMEY3 ENNIS, b. Abt. 1793; m. CORNELIUS.
3. ii. MARY ENNIS, b. 1794, N.C.or S.C..
4. iii. BENJAMIN ENNIS, b. 1805, South Carolina; d. Blount County, Alabama.
5. iv. ARTHUR ENNIS II, b. 26 Nov 1806, Lancaster County, South Carolina; d. 02 Feb 1891, Chambers County, Alabama.
6. v. JAMES ENNIS, b. 1811, South Carolina; d. Muscogee County, Ga..
Generation No. 3
3. MARY3 ENNIS (ARTHUR2, JESSE1) was born 1794 in N.C.or S.C.. She married HUGH WHITE.
Notes for HUGH WHITE:
1850 Marion County, GA census, page 294 shows children Elizabeth, age 14; Thomas age 11, Hugh age 9. These could be grandchildren.
1860 Chambers County, AL census, page 745 shows a Hugh White, age 18, living with Arthur Ennis II.
Children of MARY ENNIS and HUGH WHITE are:
i. HUGE4 WHITE, JR., b. 1844.
ii. ELIZABETH WHITE, b. 1836.
iii. THOMAS WHITE, b. 1839.
4. BENJAMIN3 ENNIS (ARTHUR2, JESSE1) was born 1805 in South Carolina, and died in Blount County, Alabama. He married ELSIE T. WEAVER Abt. 1820 in South Carolina.
Notes for BENJAMIN ENNIS:
Benjamin and Elsie lived in the vicinity of Buena Vista, Ga. during the Civil War. Their son Arthur was killed in the War at age 18.
Notes for ELSIE T. WEAVER:
Elsie was the daughter of Raleigh Weaver and Theodosia Middleton. Benjamin and Elsie Weaver are found on the 1850 Blount County, AL census, page 107.
More About BENJAMIN ENNIS and ELSIE WEAVER:
Marriage: Abt. 1820, South Carolina
Children of BENJAMIN ENNIS and ELSIE WEAVER are:
i. THOMAS J.4 ENNIS, b. Abt. 1826.
ii. SARAH ENNIS, b. Dec 1829, South Carolina; d. Lawrence County, AL; m. ELISHA B. GRAY, 31 Dec 1848, Pike County, AL; b. 12 Nov 1827, Anderson County, S.C..
More About ELISHA GRAY and SARAH ENNIS:
Marriage: 31 Dec 1848, Pike County, AL
iii. JOHN ENNIS, b. Abt. 1831, South Carolina; m. FRANCIS JANE HALCOMB, 27 Oct 1857, Marshall County, AL; b. Abt. 1838, South Carolina.
Notes for JOHN ENNIS:
1870 census of Marshall County, Al. Page 138 (very illegible) showed:
John Ennis, Farmer, age 39, born S.C.
Francis J. (Halcomb), age 32, born S.C. (presumed to be wife)
James, age 12, ? age 10, ? age 8, ? age 5, John age 4
The 1880 census showed Francis and children living in the household of her brother William Halcomb.
Francis J., age 41; James age 22, Benjamin A. age 16, John age 14, Margaret age 9, Fannie age 7,
Tempfry age 6, Patsy age 4. All born in Alabama
It is not known if John Ennis died after Patsy's birth in 1876.
Information received from Message Board Post.
More About JOHN ENNIS and FRANCIS HALCOMB:
Marriage: 27 Oct 1857, Marshall County, AL
iv. JAMES W. ENNIS, b. Abt. 1834, South Carolina; d. Bef. 1880; m. ELIZABETH HOLCOMB, 01 Apr 1866, Alabama; b. 1850, Georgia.
More About JAMES ENNIS and ELIZABETH HOLCOMB:
Marriage: 01 Apr 1866, Alabama
v. MARTHA ELIZABETH ENNIS, b. Abt. 1837, South Carolina; d. Blount County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM F. PRUITT, 12 Mar 1855, Blount County, Alabama.
More About WILLIAM PRUITT and MARTHA ENNIS:
Marriage: 12 Mar 1855, Blount County, Alabama
vi. EMILY B. T. ENNIS, b. Abt. 1840, Georgia.
vii. ARTHUR BENJAMIN ENNIS, b. Abt. 1842, Georgia; d. Abt. 1864, Killed in Civil War.
viii. WILLIAM HARRISON ENNIS, b. 06 Jan 1842, Geprgia; d. Oklahoma; m. MARTHA SARAH MOONEY; b. May 1848, Alabama; d. 1911, Oklahoma.
Notes for WILLIAM HARRISON ENNIS:
Received info from descendant Pat, Email: Bailestwo@aol.com
Pat states that William and Martha Enis moved to Scott County, Boles, Arkansas then died in OK.
Son of Pat is Jeff Bailes, Email: Bailes email@example.com
5. ARTHUR3 ENNIS II (ARTHUR2, JESSE1) was born 26 Nov 1806 in Lancaster County, South Carolina, and died 02 Feb 1891 in Chambers County, Alabama. He married (1) ELIZABETH BEARD. He married (2) NANCY B. WEAVER 30 Sep 1824 in South Carolina, daughter of RALEIGH WEAVER and THEODOSCIA MIDDLETON. She was born 05 Mar 1808 in Ohio or Penn., and died 21 Apr 1859 in Chambers County, Alabama.
Notes for ARTHUR ENNIS II:
Arthur Ennis and his children are found on the 1860 Chambers County, Al. census as follows: Page 745
Arthur Ennis, age 54, Farmer, Value 400, and 200 born in South Carolina
Elizabeth, age 20, born in Georgia
Mary F., age 18, born in Georgia
Nancy, age 16, born in Georgia
Benjamin, age 14, born in Georgia
Hugh Wite, age 18, born in S.C.
Please note Arthur's wife was not listed.
Source of most information for this family came from Bible that is in possession of Jean Ennis of Lanett, Al. Most of the children of Arthur were born in Harris County, Ga. which is just a few miles from Chambers County, Ga. Arthur and his family were found on the 1850 Chambers County, Al. census on Page 315 Arthur is found on the 1870 Chambers Co., Al. census beat No. 5. with wife Elizabeth, age 53, Mary F. age 35, daughter and Nancy age 27 b. Ga.
Arthur is found on the 1880 Chamber County census page 42. His age is shown as 74. Elizabeth is shown as being 68. In the same house are Mary Farley, age 85 and Elizabeth Coggin age 24. Census states that Elizabeth was a Laborer and that Mary was Grandmother ? . This census states that Arthur's father was born in S.C. and his mother in Virginia.
Arthur made the supreme sacrifice for the Confederacy. Your compiler has found no record that he owned slaves but the war was about more than just slavery. It was about State Rights and the unfairness of the way the South was being treated through taxation and tariffs. It should never have happened and your Compiler gets angry and sad (has shed a few tears) just thinking about it and the effect it had on all her ancestors.
Arthur had four sons to go to War. Two were killed, two returned to live with the horrible memories of battle and the Yankee prison not to mention the poverty conditions that existed for the next forty or more years. Your Compiler's ancestor was his son William B.P.Ennis who was captured and lived to tell horrible stories of the Yankee prison camp he was in near Chicago, Ill. (Camp Douglas).
As the father of eight children Arthur experienced many happy beautiful moments. Surely there was much love and laughter in the Ennis house. God's love saw him through it all and he never lost his faith. He lived to the ripe old age of 85.
More About ARTHUR ENNIS II:
Burial: Macedonia Baptist Cemetery, Lafayette, Al.
Fact 1: Buried at Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Lafayette, AL
Fact 2: 1840, Was found of the Harris County, Georgia, census
Fact 3: Bef. 1850, Moved to Chambers County, Alabama
Notes for ELIZABETH BEARD:
Elizabeth married first Leonardis Beard(also spelled Beaird) but both she and Arthur were widowed when they married in 1861 in Chambers County,AL.
The 1850 census shows:
Leonardis Beaird, age 39 Farmer $350,b. GA.
Elizabeth, age 33, b. GA
Jenett, age 12, dau. b. GA
Archebald, age 9, dau, b. GA
Mary A., age 6, dau., b. AL
Sophie B., age 3, b. AL
Records shows that Sophia Beard married Jefferson T. Barber on Sept 27, 1866
at the residence of Arthur Ennis.
On the 1860 Chambers Co., Al. census Elizabeth is found living next door to Jane Yarbrough, age 80.
Elizabeth Beard, age 46, farmer, $300, b. GA
Archibald, age 18
Mary A. age 16
Sophia A. age 14, b. AL
More About NANCY B. WEAVER:
Burial: Macedonia Baptist Cemetery, Lafayette, Al.
Fact 1: Buried at Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Lafayette, AL
More About ARTHUR ENNIS and NANCY WEAVER:
Marriage: 30 Sep 1824, South Carolina
Children of ARTHUR ENNIS and NANCY WEAVER are:
i. MARTHA JANE4 ENNIS, b. 31 Dec 1825, probably Lancaster District,S.C.; d. 16 Oct 1896; m. THOMAS BAKER, 21 Nov 1859, Chambers County, AL.
More About THOMAS BAKER and MARTHA ENNIS:
Marriage: 21 Nov 1859, Chambers County, AL
ii. JOHN MARION ENNIS, b. 04 Jul 1829, South Carolina; d. 20 Jul 1901, Elmore County, AL; m. IRENA MARGARETTA ELIZABETH COOPER, 26 Jun 1851, Chambers Co. Alabama.
Notes for JOHN MARION ENNIS:
John Marion served in the 47th AL Infantry (CSA) with his brother William Pinkney Ennis. Luckily he and William made it back home. The two other brothers who fought in the War were not so lucky. They were James W. Ennis (buried Sharpsburg, Md.) and Benjamin Thomas Martin Ennis(buried at Gettysburg, PA).
More About JOHN MARION ENNIS:
Burial: Jul 1901, Mt. Gilead Prim.Baptist Church, Elmore County, AL
More About JOHN ENNIS and IRENA COOPER:
Marriage: 26 Jun 1851, Chambers Co. Alabama
iii. JAMES W. ENNIS, b. 16 Feb 1833, Georgia; d. 17 Sep 1862, Sharpsburg, Md..
More About JAMES W. ENNIS:
Military service: Killed in Civil War (CSA)
iv. ODIE ELIZABETH ENNIS, b. 16 Apr 1835, Harris County, Ga.; d. 06 Aug 1916, Tallapoosa County, AL; m. WILLIAM JACKSON ROBERTSON.
v. MARY FRANCES ENNIS, b. 06 May 1837, Georgia; d. 16 Mar 1903, Alabama; m. WILLIAM LOGAN DAUGHTRY, 20 May 1879, Chambers County, AL; b. Abt. 1831; d. Alabama.
More About WILLIAM DAUGHTRY and MARY ENNIS:
Marriage: 20 May 1879, Chambers County, AL
vi. WILLIAM PINKNEY ENNIS, b. 24 Feb 1839, Harris County, Ga.; d. 11 Jun 1910, Chambers County, Alabama; m. (1) JANE BROUGHTON OLIVER, 21 Dec 1876, Chambers County, Alabama; b. 12 Dec 1853, Troup County, GA; d. 10 Jul 1914, Muscogee County, Columbus, GA.; m. (2) ANGELINE YARBROUGH, 27 Sep 1859, Chambers County, Alabama; b. 14 Oct 1831, Chambers County, Alabama; d. Bef. 1876, Chambers County, Alabama.
Notes for WILLIAM PINKNEY ENNIS:
BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM PINKNEY ENNIS, CSA OF CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
BY: Virginia Bell Clements Tuttle, his great granddaughter, Kennesaw Chapter 241 UDC
William Pinkney Ennis, born February 24, 1839 moved to Georgia from Lancaster County, S. C. His parents moved when he was quite small to Chambers County, Alabama. William was 22 years of age when the war between the states started and he enlisted. He was already married with one child and another one on the way. He and three of his brothers heeded the call to "arms" and to defend their Southern Homeland with promises that the war would be over in a few months.
How sad this must have been for the Ennis family to have all four grown sons go off to war. Two of William's brothers did not live to return. One other like himself returned to find his people suffering from poverty and a lack of means to provide for themselves. The slaves had been freed, the men had gone to war and were not home to plant the gardens and money crops. The majority of the people were farmers during the mid to late 1800's. The women and children worked the fields and gardens as best they could with the help of the older men. The court records and census reports indicate that the Ennis family in Chambers County was not a wealthy family prior to the war. They were not large land owners with slaves but were probably living comfortably. William's wife Angeline Yarbrough's parents were large land owners with slaves.
The Muster Record of William Pinkney Ennis tells us however that he was a "waggoner" in th 47th Infantry, Co. I. of Alabama. William enlisted as a Private on April 18, 1862 at Loachapoka, Alabama (about 30 miles from his home). The 47th Infantry was made up largely of men from Chambers and Tallapoosa County. It had one company each from Coosa and Cherokee County. The regiment moved quickly from Loachapoka to Stonewall Jackson's Corps in Virginia. This unit fought largely with the Northern Army of Virginia until after Gettysburg, it was with Lonstreet at Chicamauga but rejoined the Northern Army of Virginia for the rest of the war. The day after Antietam in Maryland in the early fall of 1862 it could muster only 17 men of the 115 with which it entered the fighting with. Except for the battle of Fredericksburg on December 13, 1862, which it watched, it seemed to have always been in the thickest of the fighting.
The Muster Rolls show that William Pinkney Ennis was at Cedar Run on August 9, 1862 and in General Hospital No. 2 in Richmond, Virginia on September 30, 1862. He was captured at Chicamauga on September 19, 1963 and received as POW at Camp Douglas, Ill. on October 4, 1963. He was discharged from Camp Douglas on June 13, 1865. He walked back to Lanett, Alabama with only the clothes on his back. He begged food along the way and ate what he could from fields, woods, and streams. He often walked with other released prisoners. No food was provided by Prison Guards or Officials since they were more concerned with feeding their own men than their enemy, the Southern Rebels. His tales of the Prison Camp at Camp Douglas were of bitterly cold winters with very little food and no medical attention. Many died in the Camp.
William's brother John Marion Ennis was also in the 47th Infantry. He was a Hospital Corpman during the War and lived to return home. He was born July 4, 1829 S.C. and died July 23, 1901 in Elmore County, Alabama. His grave in Elmore County has a Confederate Tombstone.
Confederate Memorial Markers have been placed in Oakwood Cemetery, Lanett, Alabama to honor William and his two brothers who did not return. One brother was James W. Ennis, b. February 16, 1833 Georgia, died September 17, 1862 at Sharpesburg, Md. He is shown in records as a Cook. He was buried at Sharpesburg.
The other brother was Benjamin Thomas Martin Ennis, born April 17, 1844, Harris County, Georgia died July 26, 1863. He was wounded at Gettysburg, Penn. and died a few days later. He is buried in a mass grave at an old barn at Gettysburg. He was a Drummer Boy in Company E, 14th Infantry. He and his brother James were in the same Alabama Unit.
What a joyous homecoming this must have been for William Ennis. He and his wife Angeline Yarbrough had the following six children before she died.
Laura Ennis, b. 1860 married J. D.Sloan
Elizabeth, b. 1862 (nothing else known)
William Benjamin P. Ennis, b. January 11, 1863 married 1st Margaret Weldon, 2nd, Nancy Lavicie Wood, 3rd Lucy Lee Thomas
James Jefferson Ennis, b. February 28, 1867 married 1st Della, 2nd Ella Viola Bailey, 3rd Ethel Seay
Josephine Ennis, b. 1869 married William H. Smith
Thomas Wilson Ennis, b. August 7, 1872 married 1st Claudia Banks, 2nd Marjorie Mae Foster
After Angeline's death William remarried. He married Jane Broughton Oliver on December 21, 1876 in Chambers County and together they had six children. They are as follows
Eula P. Ennis, b. June 1878 married J. W. Deloach
Arthur Marion Ennis, b. July 31, 1880 married Jimmie Roe Lawrence
Olen Leonard Ennis, b . July 1883 married Willie Sue Prince
Loma Ennis, b. January 1886 married Jeffie Mathews
Benjamin W. Ennis, b. March 1890 married Ora Lee Deloach
Edna Bell Ennis, b. September 13, 1896 married Albert T. Logan
William Ennis, father of 12 children died at the age of 71 at his home in Lanett, Alabama. Family legend says his health was never really good after the war.
Other Yaborough marriages in Chambers County,Al are:
Francis Marion to Malissa Weldon ???
Henry H. to Emma Jane Adcock, 10 Jan. 1861
John H. to Mary A. Muldrew, 6 April 1840
Littleton to Malissa House, 16 Jan. 1861
Mary A. to John F. Williams, 5 Oct. 1865
Sanford H. to Matilda O'Neal, 12 Jan. 1865
William J to Eliza J. Holt, 2 Feb. 1856
Calibee to Andrew J. Weldon, 30 Apr. 1862
Eliza to Benjamin Stonaker, 30 Dec. 1840
Emily to Henry Applewhite, ?Dec. 1865
Franklin to Elizabeth Foster 28 Apr. 1836
Franklin to Mary E. Carroll 16 Jan. 1866
Isaac to Mary R. Myhand 9 Nov. 1865
John to Jane Roberts 4 Apr 1837
John to Mary Farrer 7 Jul 1840
Laura A. to Travis G. Hammock 22 Feb. 1866
Martha to Joseph Boon 7 Apr 1836
Martha Ann to Martin Holt 29 Jul 1849
Mary to Hincher Thomas 21 Mar 1839
Mary B to Chessley R. Moreman 17 Aug. 1865
Nancy to Richard G. Walker 4 Sept 1838
Nancy Ann to David F. Avant 4 Jul 1852
Sarah to Jefferson Myhand 30 Apr 1861
Thomas to Martha A. Foster 10 Jul 1838
Useby to Thornton House 10 May 1835
Wm. F. to Mary Mills 5 Sept 1861
More About WILLIAM PINKNEY ENNIS:
Burial: Jun 1910, Oakwood Cemetery,Lanett, AL
More About JANE BROUGHTON OLIVER:
Fact 1: Buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Lanett, AL
More About WILLIAM ENNIS and JANE OLIVER:
Marriage: 21 Dec 1876, Chambers County, Alabama
More About WILLIAM ENNIS and ANGELINE YARBROUGH:
Marriage: 27 Sep 1859, Chambers County, Alabama
vii. NANCY ANNIE ENNIS, b. 28 Dec 1841, Georgia; d. 30 Jun 1915, Chambers County, Alabama; m. DALLAS CALDWELL, 27 Oct 1870, Chambers Co., Alabama.
More About NANCY ANNIE ENNIS:
Burial: Jul 1915, Antioch Baptist Church, Lafayette, Al.
More About DALLAS CALDWELL and NANCY ENNIS:
Marriage: 27 Oct 1870, Chambers Co., Alabama
viii. BENJAMIN THOMAS MARTIN ENNIS, b. 17 Apr 1844, Harris County, Ga.; d. 26 Jul 1863, Wounded and died at Gettysburg, PA.
Notes for BENJAMIN THOMAS MARTIN ENNIS:
Confederate Memorial Marker has been placed in Oakwood Cemetery, Lanett, AL along with two
of his other brothers. A memorial marker has been placed for the 4th son of Arthur Ennis, II. It
was placed in the county where he died. This brother was John Marion Ennis who died in 1901 in Elmore County, AL.
More About BENJAMIN THOMAS MARTIN ENNIS:
Burial: Buried near old barn at Gettysburg, PA.
6. JAMES3 ENNIS (ARTHUR2, JESSE1) was born 1811 in South Carolina, and died in Muscogee County, Ga.. He married MARTHA Abt. 1835.
More About JAMES ENNIS and MARTHA:
Marriage: Abt. 1835
Children of JAMES ENNIS and MARTHA are:
i. MARY E.4 ENNIS, b. Abt. 1841.
ii. ROBERT H. ENNIS, b. Abt. 1842.
iii. SARAH ENNIS, b. Abt. 1845.
iv. HENRY ENNIS, b. Abt. 1847.
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