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Re: Jane McIlwain b. abt 1756- James Mayes
Posted by: Ray Evans Jr (ID *****3281) Date: April 18, 2004 at 17:28:13
In Reply to: Jane McIlwain b. abt 1756- James Mayes by Katherine Robinson of 425

FIRST GENERATION

1. James MAYES was born in 1729. He died on 4 Oct 1818 in Union Co., South Carolina. He was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina. Tombstone inscription says that James was a member of the Presbyterian Church for 60 years and an Elder for 17 years. James received a land grant in 1767 for land along Fairforest Creek in Union County, South Carolina. In September James sold all or a portion of that land to John Thomas as follows: Union County Deed Book D pp 42-44 3 September 1783 James Mayes, Blacksmith, in Ninety Six District, South Carolina to John Thomas Jun'r of same place by grant 24 April 1767 by North Carolina to said James Mayes 200 acres on the north side of Fairforest Creek on both sides of Harris Creek adjacent to Harris land and George Parks line. Witnessed by James McElwain and others.

He was married to Henrietta SCOTT about 1751 in Pennsylvania. Henrietta SCOTT was born about 1731. She died about 1755. James MAYES and Henrietta SCOTT had the following children:

       2       i.       Scott MAYES was born about 1752 in Pennsylvania. Scott died young.

He was married to Jane MCIWAIN (daughter of James MCIWAIN and Jane STOREY ). Jane MCIWAIN was born in 1756. She died on 25 Jun 1824 in Union Co., South Carolina. She was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina. James MAYES and Jane MCIWAIN had the following children:

       +3       i.       Margaret MAYES.
       +4       ii.       George T. MAYES.
       +5       iii.       Edward MAYES.
       +6       iv.       James MAYES.
       +7       v.       Joseph MAYES.
       8       vi.       Jane MAYES.
       9       vii.       Thomas MAYES. Thomas was unmarried.

       +10       viii.       Sally MAYES.
       +11       ix.       Anthony MAYES.
       +12       x.       Matthew MAYES.



SECOND GENERATION

3. Margaret MAYES was born about 1770 in South Carolina. She died after 1827.

She was married to George STOREY (son of Anthony STOREY and Sarah FARRIS ) on 25 Dec 1790 in Union Co., South Carolina. George STOREY1 was born on 1 May 1770 in Union Co., South Carolina. He died on 19 May 1857 in Union Co., South Carolina. Margaret MAYES and George STOREY had the following children:

       +13       i.       Anthony STOREY.
       +14       ii.       Samuel STOREY.
       15       iii.       Infant Son STOREY.
       +16       iv.       Edward Farris STOREY.
       +17       v.       Andrew Mayes STOREY.
       +18       vi.       Thomas P. STOREY.
       19       vii.       Hugh Means STOREY. Hugh Means died as a child.
       20       viii.       Robert STOREY. Robert died as a child.
       +21       ix.       William J. STOREY.
       +22       x.       Daniel G. STOREY.

4. George T. MAYES was born on 1 Feb 1773 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. He died on 16 Oct 1847 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. W.T. MAYES, one of the oldest native residents of Crittenden County, was born March 19, 1817, and is the youngest child of George and Mary Mayes, both parents natives of South Carolina. Mr. Mayes' grandfather, James Mayes, was a native of Pennsylvania, and a soldier in the war of the Revolution, having served in Washington's army during that struggle. He
died at Spartanburgh [sic], S.C., many years ago. Subject's maternal grandfather, James Elder, was also a Revolutionary soldier; he was born in South Carolina, in an early day came to Kentucky, and settled in what is now Crittenden County, where he died about 1817. George T Mayes, subject's father, was born in South Carolina, in 1773. After his marriage to Mary Elder, he immigrated to Tennessee, where he remained one year, and in 1798, came to what is now Crittenden County, locating the farm where subject now lives. He died in 1847. Subject's mother was born in 1770, and died in 1833. They reared a family of ten children,
only two of whom are living: George T., Jr., and W.T. (subject). W.T Mayes early in life chose the vocation of a farmer, which he has since followed. He commenced farming on the old home place, which he afterward purchased, and to which he has at various times since added other tracts of land, and now owns a beautiful and fertile farm of over 300 acres. He has been a very successful farmer and stock raiser, and is esteemed as one of the county's most substantial citizens. He was married October 17, 1849, to Helen M. McCarter, daughter of William and Mary (Young McCarter, of Livingston County. Mr. and Mrs. Mayes have reared a family f seven children: Mary L. (deceased), Mattie (deceased), George (deceased), Alma, William, Richard and Lena. Mr. Mayes has been a member of the Republican party ever since its organization, and during the war was a warm friend of the Union. He and his wife are both members of the Presbyterian Church
Quotation from "Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, Kniffin 2nd ed., 1885
Crittenden Co."



He was married to Mary ELDER (daughter of James ELDER and Margaret Ann ) on 12 Feb 1795 in South Carolina. Mary ELDER was born in 1773 in South Carolina. She died on 14 Jul 1833 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. George T. MAYES and Mary ELDER had the following children:

       +23       i.       Lillis MAYES.
       +24       ii.       Alexander E. MAYES.
       +25       iii.       Jane MAYES.
       26       iv.       Margarette MAYES was born on 23 Dec 1802.
       +27       v.       James MAYES.
       +28       vi.       Hannah MAYES.
       +29       vii.       Sarah MAYES.
       +30       viii.       Margaret MAYES.
       +31       ix.       Mary Elizabeth MAYES.
       +32       x.       George Thomas MAYES.
       +33       xi.       William Terah MAYES.

5. Edward MAYES died after 25 Jul 1848 in Greene Co., Alabama. He was born in South Carolina.

He was married to Nancy ARCHIBALD. Edward MAYES and Nancy ARCHIBALD had the following children:

       +34       i.       Elizabeth MAYES.
       +35       ii.       Samuel J. MAYES.
       +36       iii.       Jane L. MAYES.
       +37       iv.       Mary Ann MAYES.
       +38       v.       William Andrew MAYES.
       +39       vi.       Eleanor Amanda MAYES.
       +40       vii.       Margaret J. MAYES.
       41       viii.       Andrew George MAYES was born in 1828 in Alabama.

6. James MAYES was born about 1774 in Union Co., South Carolina.

He was married to Prudence PATTON (daughter of Samuel PATTON and Mary ). Prudence PATTON was born about 1776. James MAYES and Prudence PATTON had the following children:

       42       i.       Jane MAYES. Jane was unmarried.
       +43       ii.       Mary MAYES.
       +44       iii.       Elizabeth MAYES.
       45       iv.       Infant MAYES.
       +46       v.       Samuel James MAYES.
       47       vi.       Theodocia B. MAYES was born in 1814. She died on 23 Feb 1835 in Union Co., South Carolina. She was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina.

7. Joseph MAYES. Joseph moved to Mississippi.




He was married to Nancy SIMPSON (daughter of William S. SIMPSON ). Nancy SIMPSON was born about 1782.

10. Sally MAYES.

She was married to Moses WHITE.

11. Anthony MAYES was born on 17 Feb 1782 in South Carolina. He died on 10 Sep 1848 in Greene Co., Alabama. He was a blacksmith and farmer. He was buried in Hebron Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.

He was married to Cynthia OTTERSON (daughter of Samuel OTTERSON and Ruth GORDON ) in 1809 in Union District, South Carolina. Cynthia OTTERSON2,3 was born on 3 Oct 1787 in Union District, South Carolina. She died on 28 Jun 1852 in Greene Co., Alabama. She was buried in Hebron Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama. In the 1850 Greene County Alabama census Cynthia is shown as having $800 in value of realestate. Anthony MAYES and Cynthia OTTERSON had the following children:

       +48       i.       Lucinda MAYES.
       +49       ii.       Thomas Newton MAYES.
       50       iii.       Henry Harvey MAYES.
       +51       iv.       Albert Bradley MAYES.
       +52       v.       Daniel Gray MAYES.
       53       vi.       Sarah Ann MAYES was born on 25 Nov 1825. She was born on 25 Nov 1825 in Greene Co., Alabama. She died on 16 Dec 1849. She died on 16 Dec 1849 in Greene Co., Alabama. She was buried in Hebron Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.4 Inscription on tombstone: "Remember ladies as you pass by, As you are now so once was I, As I am now so you must be, Prepare for death and follow me."
       54       vii.       Elmira Jane MAYES5 was born on 21 Apr 1822 in Greene Co., Alabama. She died on 8 Mar 1851 in Greene Co., Alabama. She was buried in Hebron Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.
       +55       viii.       Ruth Elizabeth MAYES.
       56       ix.       Mary Louisa MAYES6 was born on 31 Jul 1827. She died on 5 Aug 1856. She was buried in Hebron Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.
       57       x.       Dr. James M. MAYES was born on 4 May 1829. He died on 6 Dec 1871. He was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.
       58       xi.       John K. MAYES was born in 1831.7 He died in 1854 in Greene Co., Alabama.
       +59       xii.       Samuel Otterson MAYES.

12. Matthew MAYES was born about 1784. He died on 21 Apr 1841 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. Matthew was an Elder in the Fairforest Presbyterian Chuch, Union County, South Carolina from 1826 until his death in 1841.

He was married to Jane MEANS (daughter of James C. MEANS and Margaret MAYES ). Jane MEANS was born on 3 May 1786 in Union Co., South Carolina. She died on 18 Sep 1843 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. Matthew MAYES and Jane MEANS had the following children:

       +60       i.       James Means MAYES.
       61       ii.       Jane M. MAYES.
       62       iii.       Margaret MAYES died before 1841.
       +63       iv.       Elizabeth Prudence MAYES.
       +64       v.       Robert Lusk MAYES.
       +65       vi.       Thomas G. MAYES.
       66       vii.       Sarah MAYES was also known as Sallie.
       67       viii.       Caroline MAYES died before 1841.



THIRD GENERATION

13. Anthony STOREY8,9 was born on 30 Mar 1792 in Union Co., South Carolina. He died on 18 Mar 1869 in Falls Co., Texas. Anthony and Margaret moved to Greene County, Alabama in 1823. Anthony filed for the land on which the Hebron Presbyterian Church was built, and was a charter member and later an elder of that Church. Thomas H. Storey, in a short history, states that Anthony was "a great hand to running the Hebron Presbyterian Church."

The following letter was written by Anthony to his mother in 1827:

"Dear Mother, As it was your request to me to always write to let you know in particular about our children, I will agreeable to your request let you know that Mary Ann has not forgot you yet and wants to know of us sometimes if Grandma ain't comming to this country. She is going to school this summer again and can read pretty well now in her Textament. She also belongs to the Sunday School and has received tickets for attendence, lessons, and behaviour and has bought with her tickets 3 or 4 nice little books which she is highly pleased with and will read them to any person that comes to see us. Margaret Malissa can't talk plain yet and is full of her gab too but we can't understand much of it. James Means grows but slow and his feet get no better as we can discover. He can't or won't stand on them only in our lap and he don't like to stand there. He don't appear to thrive much and will generally eat heartily too. He can only crawl a little over the floor. Our youngest daughter is quite fat and harty . . (unreadable) . . . We call her Rebecca Jane. Tell Aunt Becca Park and Aunt Jenny I call her for them, and I hope from the last account we had from there that Aunt Becca will be to see her this fall. I add no more at present but remain your son and daughter till Death. May the Lord bless you all for his name sake."
"Anthony and Margaret Storey"

Anthony and Margaret moved to Falls County, Texas in 1867, leaving their son James Bruce to look after their property in Greene County. He moved to Texas later, and his mother Margaret lived with him after Anthony's death, on March 18, 1869. She died on August 26, 1884. Anthony and Margaret are buried at Carolina Cemetery, Falls County, Texas.

"Hebron Church, November 24th 1867. Session met. Present: Reverend W. L. Kennedy, Moderator; Elders John T. Bouchillon, James G. Harris, William Miller. On motion letters of dismission from Hebron Church to join Cotton Gin Church, TX were granted to Anthony Storey, [his wife] Margaret Storey [9], [their daughters] Elizabeth Elvira Morrow [10], Isabella Storey, and Sallie E. Bouchillon [11] and [their son-in-law] Benjamin Franklin Bouchillon. All in good and regular standing and we cordially commend them to the Minister, Elders and Brethren.

William Miller, Clerk of Sessions"

"Hebron Church, November 24th 1867. Session met. Present: Reverend W. L. Kennedy, Moderator; Elders John T. Bouchillon, James G. Harris, William Miller. On motion, Brother Anthony Storey was dismissed to join the Church at Cotton Gin, TX. Brother Storey has long been a Ruling Elder in our Church and discharged his duties as a Christian in all departments of life. We part from him with regrets and that in his removal our Church has lost a pillar, but we trust he is not lost to [illegible] and we cordially commend him to the Minister, Elders and Brethren whereever in the providence of God his lot may be cast. His name is included in a letter of this date, but we feel that he deserves a notice. Respectfully,

William Miller, Clerk of Sessions"


He was married to Margaret MEANS (daughter of James C. MEANS and Margaret MAYES) on 7 Jan 1819 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. Margaret MEANS10 was born on 4 Aug 1798 in Union Co., South Carolina.11 She died on 26 Aug 1884 in Falls Co., Texas.12 Anthony STOREY and Margaret MEANS had the following children:

       +68       i.       Mary Ann STOREY.
       +69       ii.       Margaret Malissa STOREY.
       70       iii.       James Means STOREY was born in 1824 in Greene Co., Alabama. He died in 1835 in Greene Co., Alabama.
       +71       iv.       Rebecca Jane STOREY.
       +72       v.       George William STOREY.
       +73       vi.       Julius Williams STOREY.
       +74       vii.       Elvira Elizabeth STOREY.
       +75       viii.       Isabelle C. STOREY.
       76       ix.       James Bruce STOREY13 was born on 7 Jan 1838 in Greene Co., Alabama. He died on 18 Jul 1921.
       77       x.       William L. STOREY was born about 1840 in Greene Co., Alabama. He died about 1864. William was killed during the Civil War. He was unmarried.
       +78       xi.       Sarah Ellenor STOREY.

14. Samuel STOREY14 was born on 26 May 1794 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. He died about 1835 in Greene Co., Alabama.

He was married to Sarah SHIELDS (daughter of Moses SHIELDS and Celia ARNETT ) in 1812 in South Carolina. Sarah SHIELDS died on 2 Nov 1869 in Lincoln Co., Tennessee. She was buried in Swan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co.,Tennessee. Samuel STOREY and Sarah SHIELDS had the following children:

       +79       i.       Thomas Marion STOREY.
       80       ii.       Celia STOREY was born on 22 Jun 1820. She was buried in Swan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co.,Tennessee.
       81       iii.       Perry STOREY.
       82       iv.       Andrew STOREY.
       83       v.       Martha STOREY was buried in Swan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co.,Tennessee. Martha was unmarried.
       84       vi.       Margaret Amanda STOREY died on 13 Sep 1854. She was buried in Swan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lincoln Co.,Tennessee. She was also known as Peggy.
       85       vii.       Samuel Means STOREY. Samuel was unmarried.
       86       viii.       Emily Carolyn STOREY.
       +87       ix.       Moses Shields STOREY.
       +88       x.       Sarah Nana STOREY.

16. Edward Farris STOREY was born in 1798 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. He died in 1872 in Lincoln Co., Tennessee.

He was married to Martha V. SHIELDS (daughter of Moses SHIELDS and Celia ARNETT ). Martha V. SHIELDS was also known as Pattie. Edward Farris STOREY and Martha V. SHIELDS had the following children:

       +89       i.       Moses Calvin STOREY.
       +90       ii.       Edward Farris STOREY Jr..

17. Andrew Mayes STOREY15,16 was born on 26 Feb 1800 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. He died between 1860 and 1866. Andrew moved from South Carolina toTennessee then to Tippah County, Mississipps in about 1835. He was a charter member of the First Presbyterian Church in Ripley, Mississippi.

He was married to Matilda WHITE. Matilda WHITE was born in 1805 in South Carolina. She died after 1870. Andrew Mayes STOREY and Matilda WHITE had the following children:

       +91       i.       William George STOREY.
       +92       ii.       Robert STOREY.
       +93       iii.       Francis Porter STOREY.
       +94       iv.       Mary STOREY.
       +95       v.       Margaret C. STOREY.
       +96       vi.       Thomas Andrew STOREY.

18. Thomas P. STOREY17 was born on 3 Jan 1803 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. He died on 20 Jan 1884 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. Thomas inherited his father's plantation which was a part of the original grant by the King to George Storey.

He was married to Sarah Farris PATTON. Thomas P. STOREY and Sarah Farris PATTON had the following children:

       97       i.       William P. STOREY.
       +98       ii.       Mary P. STOREY.

21. William J. STOREY. William moved South Carolina to Caroll County, Georgia.

He was married to Belzie LAND. William J. STOREY and Belzie LAND had the following children:

       99       i.       G.W. STOREY.
       100       ii.       John T. STOREY.

22. Daniel G. STOREY was born in 1810 in South Carolina.18 Daniel and Emily had no children. In the 1870 Spartanburg County census Daniel and Emily are living adjacent to Celia Mayes. Their value of real estate is listed as $1000 with a $200 value of personal estate.

He was married to Emily Brooks SHIELDS (daughter of Moses SHIELDS and Celia ARNETT ). Emily Brooks SHIELDS was born in 1810 in South Carolina.19

23. Lillis MAYES was born on 12 Jun 1796 in South Carolina. She died on 25 Dec 1861 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

She was married to Stephen CARRICK on 14 Nov 1827 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. Stephen CARRICK was born in 1784 in Virginia. Lillis MAYES and Stephen CARRICK had the following children:

       101       i.       John T. CARRICK was born in 1829.
       102       ii.       Mary M. CARRICK was born in 1833.
       103       iii.       Samuel S. CARRICK was born in 1837.

24. Alexander E. MAYES20 was born on 11 Mar 1798 in Tennessee. He died in 1870 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

He was married to Jane CARRICK (daughter of James CARRICK and Elizabeth ) on 6 Apr 1836 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky. Jane CARRICK21 was born in 1808 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.22 She died on 18 Mar 1856 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. Alexander E. MAYES and Jane CARRICK had the following children:

       +104       i.       James Sterling MAYES.
       105       ii.       Sarah J. MAYES23 was born in 1840 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.22
       106       iii.       Joseph A MAYES24 was born in 1842 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.22
       +107       iv.       George Thomas MAYES.
       +108       v.       Margaret S. MAYES.
       +109       vi.       William H. MAYES.

25. Jane MAYES was born on 15 Feb 1800. She was born on 15 Feb 1800. She died on 11 Jul 1835. She died on 16 Mar 1856 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

She was married to Andrew YANDELL Jr. (son of Andrew YANDELL ) on 31 Aug 1824 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. Andrew YANDELL Jr. was born on 20 May 1780 in Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina.22 He died on 14 Mar 1851. Jane MAYES and Andrew YANDELL Jr. had the following children:

       +110       i.       Thomas Jefferson YANDELL.
       111       ii.       George W. YANDELL was born on 28 Jan 1828. @NI13@
       112       iii.       Martha E. YANDELL was born on 12 May 1830.22
       113       iv.       Lafayette YANDELL was born on 21 Mar 1832.22

27. James MAYES25 was born on 24 Dec 1804. He died on 6 Sep 1844.

He was married to Mary ELDER (daughter of William ELDER and Anna ARMSTRONG ) on 14 Aug 1836 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. Mary ELDER25 was born on 16 Oct 1814 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. She died on 20 Apr 1866 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. James MAYES and Mary ELDER had the following children:

       114       i.       James S. MAYES was born in 1837 in Livingston Co., Kentucky.
       115       ii.       Thomas Elder MAYES25 was born in 1838 in Livingston Co., Kentucky.
       116       iii.       George Terah MAYES25 was born about 1840 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. He died on 17 Aug 1861 in Sacramento Co., Kentucky. George a Union soldier was killed in battle during the Civil War.
       117       iv.       Elisa G. MAYES25 was born in 1841 in Livingston Co., Kentucky.
       118       v.       Mary C. MAYES25 was born in 1844 in Livingston Co., Kentucky.

28. Hannah MAYES was born on 23 Dec 1806.

She was married to John LEMAY.

29. Sarah MAYES was born on 10 Jan 1808.

She was married to Felix Dickson SCOTT on 25 Oct 1832 in Livingston Co., Kentucky.

30. Margaret MAYES26 was born on 30 Oct 1809. She was born on 30 Oct 1809 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died on 25 Apr 1879. She died on 25 Apr 1879 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was also known as Peggy.

She was married to James Elder JACKSON (son of Samuel JACKSON and Sarah ELDER ) on 26 Jan 1832. James Elder JACKSON26 was born on 26 Mar 1811 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He died on 8 Apr 1871 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. Margaret MAYES and James Elder JACKSON had the following children:

       119       i.       Alvira Jane JACKSON26 was born on 11 Mar 1833 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died in Nov 1906.
       120       ii.       Sophronia Gelina JACKSON26 was born on 12 Oct 1834 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       121       iii.       Infant Son JACKSON26 was born about 1835 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       122       iv.       Samuel Kelsey JACKSON26 was born on 13 Oct 1836 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He died on 20 Oct 1857.
       123       v.       George Armstrong Washington JACKSON26 was born on 27 Apr 1838 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       124       vi.       Joseph H JACKSON26 was born in 1840 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He died in 1840.
       125       vii.       Mary T JACKSON26 was born on 7 Oct 1842 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died on 4 Nov 1892 in Carson, Washington. She was buried on 7 Nov 1892 in Carson, Washington.
       126       viii.       James W. JACKSON26 was born on 7 Oct 1845 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       127       ix.       Sarah Lillas JACKSON26 was born on 4 Sep 1847 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       128       x.       Martha Henry JACKSON26 was born on 28 Mar 1850 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died on 23 Jan 1932.
       129       xi.       William H. JACKSON26 was born on 13 May 1853 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

31. Mary Elizabeth MAYES was born on 10 Feb 1812.27 She was also known as Pollie.

She was married to Ingram LUCAS on 9 Mar 1865 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. Ingram LUCAS was born in 1811.

32. George Thomas MAYES was born on 17 Oct 1815 in Tennessee.28 He was baptized on 19 Jul 1857 in Old Bethany Presbyterian Church, Marion, Kentucky. He died on 30 May 1906 in Mattoon, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

He was married to Margaret CARRICK on 25 Apr 1836 in Caldwell Co., Kentucky.

He was married to Narcissa MCCARTER on 10 Nov 1847 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. Narcissa MCCARTER was born on 26 Jul 1822 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.29 She was born on 26 Jul 1822. She was baptized on 19 Jul 1857 in Old Bethany Presbyterian Church, Marion, Kentucky. She died on 18 Sep 1857 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died on 18 Sep 1857 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. George Thomas MAYES and Narcissa MCCARTER had the following children:

       130       i.       William MAYES.
       131       ii.       Alice MAYES.
       132       iii.       Mary E. MAYES was born in 1849 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.30
       133       iv.       George W. MAYES was born in 1851. He died on 12 Mar 1926 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.31
       134       v.       Sarah J. MAYES was born on 8 Feb 1853 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. Born At Home of G. T. Mayes. She died on 29 Dec 1909 in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       135       vi.       Male MAYES was born on 26 Dec 1854 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He was born on 26 Dec 1854. He died on 26 Dec 1854 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He died on 26 Dec 1854.
       136       vii.       Martha MAYES was born on 4 Apr 1856. She died on 4 Apr 1856.
       137       viii.       Narcissa MAYES was born on 4 Nov 1856 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

He was married to Maria STINSON on 28 Jun 1858 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.32 The marriage was performed by James Hawthorne. Maria STINSON was born about 1825 in Kentucky. She died in 1880. George Thomas MAYES and Maria STINSON had the following children:

       +138       i.       James H. MAYES.
       139       ii.       Flora Ann MAYES was born in 1863 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was baptized on 24 May 1863 in Old Bethany Presbyterian Church, Marion, Kentucky.

He was married to Sarah RICE on 1 Mar 1892 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. The marriage was performed by W. H. Miley, M. G., at residence of S. S. Carrick.

33. William Terah MAYES was born on 19 Mar 1817 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.33 He was baptized on 12 Feb 1857 in Old Bethany Presbyterian Church, Marion, Kentucky. He died on 26 Dec 1886 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.

He was married to Helen M. MCCARTER on 17 Oct 1849 in Livingston Co., Kentucky. Helen M. MCCARTER was born on 7 Jan 1828 in Kentucky.34 She was baptized on 12 Feb 1857 in Old Bethany Presbyterian Church, Marion, Kentucky. She died on 14 Jul 1899 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. William Terah MAYES and Helen M. MCCARTER had the following children:

       140       i.       Female MAYES died on 10 Apr 1850 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       141       ii.       Martha Isabell MAYES was born about 1851 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died on 30 Nov 1854 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       +142       iii.       Mary L. MAYES.
       143       iv.       Male MAYES was born on 26 Oct 1853 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       144       v.       Mattie MAYES was born in 1855.
       145       vi.       Martha Susan MAYES was born on 4 Apr 1856 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She died on 4 Apr 1856 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was buried in Old Marion Cemetery, Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky.
       146       vii.       George Prentii MAYES was born on 15 Jun 1859 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. He died on 9 Feb 1880 in Crittenden Co., Kentucky. George died of Typhoid.
       +147       viii.       Alma MAYES.
       148       ix.       Sarah MAYES was born in 1863 in Marion, Crittenden Co., Kentucky. She was baptized in Apr 1863 in Old Bethany Presbyterian Church, Marion, Kentucky.
       +149       x.       William Wallace MAYES.
       150       xi.       Richard MAYES was born in 1867.
       +151       xii.       Lena MAYES.

34. Elizabeth MAYES was born in 1812 in South Carolina.35

She was married to Wallace ALEXANDER (son of Joseph ALEXANDER and Anna STEELE ) on 29 Dec 1830 in Greene Co., Alabama. Wallace ALEXANDER was born in 1800 in North Carolina.36 Elizabeth MAYES and Wallace ALEXANDER had the following children:

       152       i.       Nancy A. ALEXANDER was born in 1832 in Alabama.37
       153       ii.       Joseph E. ALEXANDER was born in 1836 in Alabama.38
       154       iii.       Margaret J. ALEXANDER was born in 1838 in Alabama.39
       155       iv.       Mary ALEXANDER was born in 1840 in Alabama.40
       156       v.       William H. ALEXANDER was born in 1843 in Alabama.41
       157       vi.       Samuel J. ALEXANDER was born in 1844 in Alabama.42
       158       vii.       Martha ALEXANDER was born in 1846 in Alabama.43
       159       viii.       Marcena ALEXANDER was born in 1848 in Alabama.44

35. Samuel J. MAYES was born about 1813 in South Carolina. He died before 1848.

He was married to Sarah Caroline LAMB on 10 Jul 1840 in Greene Co., Alabama.45 Sarah Caroline LAMB was born in 1820 in South Carolina.46 Samuel J. MAYES and Sarah Caroline LAMB had the following children:

       +160       i.       Mary Frances MAYES.

36. Jane L. MAYES was born about 1814. She was born about 1815 in South Carolina. She died in Union Parish, Louisiana.

She was married to Joseph H. TEMPLETON on 31 Oct 1834 in Greene Co., Alabama. Joseph H. TEMPLETON was born about 1812 in North Carolina. He died in Union Parish, Louisiana. Jane L. MAYES and Joseph H. TEMPLETON had the following children:

       161       i.       Rebecca TEMPLETON was born about 1833 in Greene Co., Alabama.
       +162       ii.       John H. TEMPLETON.
       +163       iii.       Nancy R. TEMPLETON.
       164       iv.       Elizabeth J. TEMPLETON was born about 1838 in Greene Co., Alabama.
       +165       v.       Samuel Richard TEMPLETON.
       +166       vi.       Mary Isabelle TEMPLETON.
       +167       vii.       Andrew Jackson TEMPLETON.

37. Mary Ann MAYES47 was born in 1819 in Alabama.48

She was married to Benjamin CARTEE on 13 Sep 1848 in Greene Co., Alabama. Benjamin CARTEE was born in 1826 in South Carolina.49 In the 1850 Greene County, Alabama census Benjamin is listed as a shoemaker with $500 in real estate.

38. William Andrew MAYES was born on 14 Dec 1821 in Alabama. He died on 17 Jan 1871 in Bell Co., Texas. He was buried in Moffat Cemetery, Bell Co., Texas.

He was married to Amanda A. WHITE (daughter of Robert WHITE and Elizabeth D. ALEXANDER ) on 6 Oct 1845 in Greene Co., Alabama.50 Amanda A. WHITE was born on 2 Feb 1829 in Greene Co., Alabama. She died on 4 Nov 1869 in Bland, Bell Co., Texas. She was buried in Moffat Cemetery, Bell Co., Texas. William Andrew MAYES and Amanda A. WHITE had the following children:

       168       i.       Robert Edward MAYES was born on 20 Nov 1846 in Alabama. He died on 4 Dec 1846 in Alabama.
       +169       ii.       Mary Adella MAYES.
       +170       iii.       Christina Lilis MAYES.
       171       iv.       George Steele MAYES51 was born on 30 Jul 1852 in Washington Co., Texas. He died on 11 Sep 1852 in Washington Co., Texas.
       +172       v.       Martha Jane MAYES.
       +173       vi.       Charles Pierson MAYES.
       174       vii.       Andrew Samuel MAYES51 was born on 23 Feb 1858 in Bland, Bell Co., Texas. He died on 30 Jan 1918 in El Paso County,Texas. Andrew and his daughter died in a snow storm.


       +175       viii.       Neanian Lafayette MAYES.
       +176       ix.       Elizabeth Beatrice MAYES.
       +177       x.       Sterling Price MAYES.
       +178       xi.       Annie Lee MAYES.
       +179       xii.       William Walter MAYES.
       180       xiii.       Laura Amanda MAYES51 was born on 21 Oct 1869 in Bland, Bell Co., Texas. She died on 8 Nov 1869 in Bland, Bell Co., Texas. She was buried in Moffat Cemetery, Bell Co., Texas.

39. Eleanor Amanda MAYES was born about 1824 in Alabama.

She was married to Eli M. ALEXANDER on 18 Nov 1843 in Greene Co., Alabama. Eli M. ALEXANDER was born about 1820.

40. Margaret J. MAYES was born about 1825 in Alabama.

She was married to William FOSTER on 5 Aug 1844 in Greene Co., Alabama. William FOSTER was born about 1823.

43. Mary MAYES.



44. Elizabeth MAYES was born in Dec 1796 in South Carolina. She died on 5 Sep 1839 in South Carolina.

She was married to Robert LUSK (son of John LUSK and Martha DAVIDSON ). Robert LUSK was born on 25 Feb 1791 in Union District, South Carolina. He died on 1 Jul 1855 in Water Valley, Yalobusha Co., Mississippi.

46. Samuel James MAYES52,53,54 was born on 21 Jan 1809 in Union Co., South Carolina. He died on 10 Jan 1890 in Union Co., South Carolina. He was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina. In the 1850 Union County census Samuel is listed as a planter with $1800 in real estate. In the 1870 census he is listed as having $1200 in real estate and $700 in personal estate.

Will of Samuel J. Mayes

Box 82, Pack 21 Probate Judge Office, Union County, South Carolina

I Samuel J. Mayes of Union District being of sound mind and memory. I give my beloved wife Elizabeth B. Mayes all my property during her natural life, and after her death as I hereinafter direct. I give my two grandsons Joseph Adolphus and William James Francis Mayes one full share of my estate to be equally divided between them, when they become of age,or at the death of my wife. I give to my granddaughter Ann Hyatt, daughter of Amanda Hyatt deceased one half share to remain in care of my executor until she becomes of age. I give to Susan Hyatt and her children one full share. I give to Mary McDowell Mayes one full share. I appoint my son Daniel Wallace Mayes, executor and also one full share.

Dated 6 January 1868

Witnessed: J.H. Williams, C.S. Greenleaf, Gordon Williams

Proven in common form by oath of Gordon Williams, this 9 May 1892 before James M. Gee, Justice of the Peace

Barbara Elizabeth BLACK55,56 (daughter of William BLACK and Mary MCDOWELL ) was born on 13 Sep 1813 in South Carolina. She died on 23 May 1896 in Union Co., South Carolina. She was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina. She was also known as Betsy. Samuel James MAYES and Barbara Elizabeth BLACK had the following children:

       +181       i.       William James MAYES.
       +182       ii.       Amanda Theodocia MAYES.
       +183       iii.       Susan Elizabeth MAYES.
       184       iv.       Samuel Scott MAYES was born on 10 Nov 1841 in Union Co., South Carolina. He died on 30 Sep 1862 in Richmond, Virginia. He was buried in Richmond, Virginia. During the Civil War Samuel served in Company K, 3rd Regiment South Carolina Volunteers under Capt. Ben Kennedy. He died of wounds suffered in Virginia.
       185       v.       Rebecca Almarine MAYES was born on 12 Apr 1844 in Union Co., South Carolina. She died on 14 Feb 1861 in Union Co., South Carolina. She was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina.
       +186       vi.       Daniel Wallace MAYES.
       187       vii.       Joseph Black MAYES was born on 22 Sep 1848 in Union Co., South Carolina. He died on 20 Sep 1849 in Union Co., South Carolina. He was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina.
       +188       viii.       Mary McDowell MAYES.
       189       ix.       Frances MAYES was born in 1852 in South Carolina.57
       190       x.       David Henry MAYES was born on 2 Sep 1855 in Union Co., South Carolina. He died on 2 Aug 1858 in Union Co., South Carolina. He was buried in Fairforest Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina.

48. Lucinda MAYES. Lucinda and Henry moved to Leake Co., Mississippi after their marriage.

She was married to Henry WALKER.

49. Thomas Newton MAYES58,59,60 was born on 16 Jun 1812 in Union Co., South Carolina.61 He died on 21 May 1891 in Maysfield, Milam Co., Texas.61 He was buried in Little River Baptist Church Cemetery, Milam Co., Texas.

He was married to Catherine E. ALEXANDER (daughter of Joseph ALEXANDER and Anna STEELE ) on 9 Oct 1834 in Greene Co., Alabama.62 Marriage performed by Joseph B. Adams Catherine E. ALEXANDER63 was born on 27 Oct 1808 in South Carolina.64 She died on 19 Jun 1858 in Milam Co., Texas. She was buried in Little River Baptist Church Cemetery, Milam Co., Texas.65 Thomas Newton MAYES and Catherine E. ALEXANDER had the following children:

       +191       i.       Cynthia Anne MAYES.
       192       ii.       Anthony Alexander MAYES was born on 5 Feb 1837 in Greene Co., Alabama.66,67 He died on 13 Jun 1862. He was baptized in New Hope Presbyterian Church, Greene Co., Alabama. He was buried in Little River Baptist Church Cemetery, Milam Co., Texas.68
       +193       iii.       Robert Bruce MAYES.
       +194       iv.       David Henry MAYES.
       +195       v.       Mary Elizabeth MAYES.
       196       vi.       Daniel G. MAYES was born in 1844 in Alabama.69 He died in 1873.
       197       vii.       Joseph Albert MAYES was born in 1846 in Alabama.70
       198       viii.       James N. MAYES was born in 1849 in Alabama.71
       +199       ix.       Martha L. Jane MAYES.

He was married to Eliza MCKINNEY in 1860 in Milam Co., Texas. Eliza MCKINNEY died in 1869 in Milam Co., Texas. widow of William McKinney



51. Albert Bradley MAYES was born on 11 Aug 1816 in South Carolina. He died on 30 Jul 1892 in South Carolina. He was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama. "Hebron Church, October 27th 1871. Session met and opened with prayer. Present: Reverend Cornelius Marion Hutton, Moderator; Elders James G. Harris, William G. McCracken and Louis A. Lavender. On motion, the following named members were granted, at their own request, letters of dismission, they being in good and regular standing, to wit: Mrs. Nancy Hughes [32] and son Chesney W. and daughter Rebecca to join the Church at Eliton, AL, also A. B. Mayes to join Bethsalem Church, Boligee, AL. Session closed with prayer.

Louis A. Lavender, Clerk of Sessions"


He was married to Rachel Amanda MEANS on 18 Jan 1845 in Greene Co., Alabama.72

52. Daniel Gray MAYES73,74 was born on 9 May 1820 in South Carolina. He died on 1 Apr 1894 in Greene Co., Alabama. He was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.

He was married to Isabella BLAKELY on 22 Jun 1853 in Greene Co., Alabama.75 Isabella BLAKELY was born on 10 Apr 1830 in Ireland. She died on 9 Dec 1906 in Greene Co., Alabama. She was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama. Daniel Gray MAYES and Isabella BLAKELY had the following children:

       200       i.       Martha E. MAYES was born on 6 Sep 1854. She died in Jan 1914. She was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.
       201       ii.       Cephas T. MAYES was born on 8 Jul 1857. He died on 7 Jul 1858 in Greene Co., Alabama. He was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.
       202       iii.       Elizabeth Ann MAYES was born on 7 Sep 1859. She died on 10 Jan 1897. She was buried in Bethsalem Presbyterian Cemetery, Greene Co., Alabama.
       +203       iv.       Ruth Isabella MAYES.
       +204       v.       Sarah Ellen MAYES.
       +205       vi.       Daniel Gray MAYES Jr..

55. Ruth Elizabeth MAYES. Ruth and Robert moved to Leon Co., Texas after marriage.

She was married to Robert BEGGS on 25 Feb 1847 in Greene Co., Alabama. Robert BEGGS was born in 1809 in Ireland. Ruth and Robert moved to Leon Co., Texas after their marriage. Ruth Elizabeth MAYES and Robert BEGGS had the following children:

       206       i.       William A. BEGGS was born on 1 Feb 1849 in Alabama.76 He died on 21 May 1865 in Madison Co., Texas.

59. Samuel Otterson MAYES was born in 1834 in Greene Co., Alabama. He died on 22 Apr 1882 in Newton Co., Mississippi. Samuel and his wife Mary were charter members of Newton Presbyterian Church, Newton Co., Mississippi.

He was married to Mary Susan BOUCHILLON (daughter of John T. BOUCHILLON and Elizabeth DOOLITTLE ) on 10 Apr 1854. Mary Susan BOUCHILLON was born on 24 May 1834. She died on 28 Apr 1873 in Newton Co., Mississippi. Samuel Otterson MAYES and Mary Susan BOUCHILLON had the following children:

       +207       i.       Mary Emma MAYES.
       +208       ii.       Ada Elizabeth MAYES.
       +209       iii.       Ellen Gray MAYES.
       210       iv.       Fannie Julia MAYES was born on 15 Nov 1861 in Greene Co., Alabama. She died on 14 Apr 1883 in Newton Co., Mississippi.
       +211       v.       Samuel Newton MAYES.

60. James Means MAYES77 was born in 1810 in South Carolina.78 In the 1860 Franklin County Census James is listed as having $13,000 in real estate and $225 in personal estate.

He was married to Mary P. STOREY (daughter of Thomas P. STOREY and Sarah Farris PATTON ) on 14 May 1867. The marriage was performed at the home of Thomas P. Storey. Mary P. STOREY was born on 24 Mar 1830 in Georgia.79 James Means MAYES and Mary P. STOREY had the following children:

       +212       i.       Sarah Elizabeth MAYES.
       +213       ii.       Minora Jane MAYES.
       +214       iii.       Maggie MAYES.
       +215       iv.       Mollie MAYES.
       216       v.       Isabella C. MAYES was born in 1857 in Georgia.80
       217       vi.       Thomas M. MAYES was born in 1860 in Georgia.81,82
       218       vii.       Mary A. MAYES was born in 1862 in South Carolina.83
       219       viii.       Margaret A. MAYES was born in 1868 in South Carolina.84
       220       ix.       Emeline R. MAYES was born in 1871 in South Carolina.85

63. Elizabeth Prudence MAYES.

William PATTON (son of Samuel PATTON and Mary ) was born about 1774.

64. Robert Lusk MAYES was born in 1830. He died on 20 Oct 1863.

Amanda Melvina JOHNSON (daughter of Isam JOHNSON and Kansadie ) was born on 19 Feb 1833. She died on 14 Jan 1928. Robert Lusk MAYES and Amanda Melvina JOHNSON had the following children:

       221       i.       Mary Emily MAYES was born on 17 Nov 1856.
       +222       ii.       Matthew Calvin MAYES.
       223       iii.       Jesse Johnson MAYES was born on 12 Sep 1860. He died on 20 Mar 1863.
       224       iv.       Frances Jane MAYES was born on 8 Jan 1863.

65. Thomas G. MAYES died after 1843 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. Will of Thomas G. Mayes of the Spartanburg District

I Thomas G. Mayes, being weak in body but of perfect mind and memory and understanding. First I will my just debts be paid. I to give my dear wife Celia one half of the remaining property of which she is to school Emily Caroline so as to make her a tolerable good english scholar. With all household and kitchen furniture and a cow if she needs one. I give to my daughter all remaining property to be managed by my executor until she becomes capable of managing her own business. I leave the tract of land in the hands of my executors, if they think best to leave in stand or rent it out to support the family do so. I appoint Daniel G. Storey executor.

Dated 12 August 1843

Witnessed: George Sparks, Thomas P. Storey, James Mayes

He was married to Celia SHIELDS on 23 Apr 1840 in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. The marriage was performed by James H. Saye at the home of Daniel Storey. Celia SHIELDS was born in 1811 in South Carolina.86 Thomas G. MAYES and Celia SHIELDS had the following children:

       +225       i.       Emily Caroline MAYES.


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3. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339 B, Number 1504, 27 Dec 1850.
4. Children and Their Descendants of Thomas Gordon and His Wife Elizabeth. page 60.
5. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1504, 27 Dec 1850.
6. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1504, 27 Dec 1850.
7. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1504, 27 Dec 1850.
8. Various. The Family Story, George Storey and his descendents 1725-1955. William L. Storey Mississippi City, Mississippi 1955.
9. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page 338B, Number 1496, 27 Dec 1850.
10. Ibid. Page 338B, Number 1496, 27 Dec 1850.
11. Various. The Family Story, George Storey and his descendents 1725-1955. William L. Storey Mississippi City, Mississippi 1955. page 13.
12. Ibid. page 13.
13. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page 338B, Number 1496, 27 Dec 1850.
14. Various. The Family Story, George Storey and his descendents 1725-1955. William L. Storey Mississippi City, Mississippi 1955. page 32.
15. Ibid. page 47.
16. 1850 Tippah County, Mississippi census. page 418B.
17. Various. The Family Story, George Storey and his descendents 1725-1955. William L. Storey Mississippi City, Mississippi 1955. page 55.
18. 1870 Spartanburg County, South Carolina Census. page 461 Glenn Springs Township # 83.
19. Ibid. page 461 Glenn Springs Township # 83.
20. 1850 Crittenden County, Kentucky Census. page 237, number 312
21 august 1850.
21. Ibid. page 237, number 312
21 august 1850.
22. Ibid.
23. Ibid. page 237, number 312
21 august 1850.
24. Ibid. page 237, number 312
21 august 1850.
25. Frank and Jean Beard. Family Data pretaining to James Mayes and Mary Elder from KindredKonnections submittal 1998. Frank Beard, 1350 West 300 North #51, Clearfield, Utah 801-776-2911.
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27. 1850 Crittenden County, Kentucky Census. District 2, Sheet 265B, Number 269, 28 August 1850.
28. Ibid. District 2, Sheet 265B, Number 269, 28 August 1850.
29. Ibid. District 2, Sheet 265B, Number 269, 28 August 1850.
30. Ibid. District 2, Sheet 265B, Number 269, 28 August 1850.
31. Kentucky Death Records 1911-1996.
32. Brenda Joyce Jerome. Crittenden County Kentucky Marriages. Volume I, 1842-1865.
33. 1850 Crittenden County, Kentucky Census. District 2, Sheet 265B, Number 269, 28 August 1850.
34. Ibid. District 2, Sheet 265B, Number 269, 28 August 1850.
35. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
36. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
37. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
38. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
39. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
40. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
41. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
42. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
43. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
44. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1520, 27 Dec 1850.
45. Greene County Alabama Marriage Book "B". page 258.
46. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page 351A, Number 1678, 4 Jan 1851.
47. Ibid. page 351.
48. Ibid. Page 351A, Number 1677, 4 Jan 1851.
49. Ibid. Page 351A, Number 1677, 4 Jan 1851.
50. Pauline Jones Gandrud. Greene County Alabama Marriages 1823-1866. Milestone Press 1969. page 101 (Marriage Book "B", page 379).
51. Mary Elaine Mayes Clark. Family Group Records for the descendants of Edward Mayes and Nancy Archibald. 508 Skyline Avenue, Killeen, Texas 76541, 1998.
52. 1850 Union County, South Carolina Census. Page 27, Number 391, 30 Aug 1850.
53. 1870 Union County, South Carolina Census. Bogansville Township, Page 342, Number 270, August 1870.
54. 1880 Union County, South Carolina Census. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 342A, Number 249, 15 June 1880.
55. Ibid. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 342A, Number 249, 15 June 1880.
56. 1870 Union County, South Carolina Census. Bogansville Township, Page 342, Number 270, August 1870.
57. Ibid. Bogansville Township, Page 342, Number 270, August 1870.
58. James Pylant. Genealogies of Texas Families: Biographical Notes of Pioneer Settlers. Austin, Texas 1989. pages 246-249.
59. Children and Their Descendants of Thomas Gordon and His Wife Elizabeth. page 56.
60. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1505, 27 Dec 1850.
61. Family Bible of David Henry Mayes (Bible published 1879). Information passed from Mrs. Paige Bentley to Tom Mayes on September 2, 2002. Bible was in the possession of Wilbur Russell Wood, 2234 Pin Oak Knolls, San Antonio , Texas (210) 493-2303.
62. Greene County Alabama Marriage Book "B". page 91.
63. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1505, 27 Dec 1850.
64. Perry C. Holder. 150 Years of Cemetery Records in Milam County. D. Armstrong, Inc., Houston, Texas 1991. page 222.
65. Ibid. page 222.
66. Ibid. page 222.
67. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1505, 27 Dec 1850.
68. Perry C. Holder. 150 Years of Cemetery Records in Milam County. D. Armstrong, Inc., Houston, Texas 1991. page 222.
69. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1505, 27 Dec 1850.
70. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1505, 27 Dec 1850.
71. Ibid. Page339b, Number 1505, 27 Dec 1850.
72. Pauline Jones Gandrud. Greene County Alabama Marriages 1823-1866. Milestone Press 1969. page 101 (Marriage Book "B", page 361).
73. Children and Their Descendants of Thomas Gordon and His Wife Elizabeth. page 57.
74. 1850 Greene County, Alabama Census. Page339b, Number 1504, 27 Dec 1850.
75. Pauline Jones Gandrud. Greene County Alabama Marriages 1823-1866. Milestone Press 1969. page 101 (Marriage Book "C", page 105).
76. Descendants of Robert Beggs. Family data sent by e-mail from Cheryl July 27, 2000.
77. 1880 Union County, South Carolina Census. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 345A, Number 299, 17 June 1880.
78. 1860 Franklin County, Georgia Census. Carnesville District, Page 548, Number 47.
79. Ibid. Carnesville District, Page 548, Number 47.
80. Ibid. Carnesville District, Page 548, Number 47.
81. Ibid. Carnesville District, Page 548, Number 47.
82. 1880 Union County, South Carolina Census. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 345A, Number 299, 17 June 1880.
83. Ibid. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 345A, Number 299, 17 June 1880.
84. Ibid. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 345A, Number 299, 17 June 1880.
85. Ibid. Bogansville Township, Enumeration District 151, Page 345A, Number 299, 17 June 1880.
86. 1870 Spartanburg County, South Carolina Census. page 461 Glenn Springs Township # 84.

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