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Re: Elam Sharpe married Ola Godfrey, Parker Co, TX.
Posted by: Priscilla Sharp (ID *****9300) Date: October 01, 2006 at 09:10:07
In Reply to: Re: Elam Sharpe married Ola Godfrey, Parker Co, TX. by Rebekah VanEtta of 1105

Here is my latest research on the Sharp(e)'s and Elam's of Parker Co., TX:

Descendants of Thomas Sharpe
Generation No. 1

       1. Thomas1 Sharpe was born Abt. 1660. He married Elizabeth Winn. She was born Abt. 1664.
       
Child of Thomas Sharpe and Elizabeth Winn is:
+       2       i.       Thomas2 Sharp, born 1699 in Cecil Co., MD or Scotland; died Bet. 10 - 15 Dec 1749 in Cecil Co., MD.

Generation No. 2

       2. Thomas2 Sharp (Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1699 in Cecil Co., MD or Scotland, and died Bet. 10 - 15 Dec 1749 in Cecil Co., MD. He married Isabella Wallis Abt. 1717 in Cecil Co., MD. She was born Abt. 1700 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 22 Dec 1779 in Cecil Co., MD.

Notes for Thomas Sharp:
rparks102@msn.com
Will recorded in Book 27, pp. 121-123 in Cecil County, Maryland.
In the name of God,Amen. The 9th day of January in ye year of our Lord seventeen hundred and forty seven/eight. I Thomas Sharp of Cecil Co. Maryland, yeoman, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into ye hands of God who gave it and for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at ye Discretion. Nothing doubting but at ye general resurrection I shall receive the same again by ye mighty power of God and touching such a worldly state wherewith I have pleased god to bless us in this life I give devise and depose of the same in the following manner and form.
Imprimis; I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Isabell one third of all my moveable estate at her own disposal forever.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son Walter Sharp the sum of 20 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Thomas Sharp the sum of 60 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son James Sharp the sum of 40 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son in law John Smith the sum of 20 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved daughter Hanah the sum of 30 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son in law David Wherry the sum of 20 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved daughter Sarah the sum of 30 pounds.
Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Joseph Sharp the sum of 40 pounds,when he arrives at age 21.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son Samuel Sharpe the sum of 40 pounds when he arrives at age 21.
Further I order all my estate real & pers. be appraised Item; I give and bequeath to my well beloved wife Isabell the third part of my real estate during her natural life and then 12 months after her decease to be divided equally amongst the legatees according to the aforesaid arrangement and the 2 parts estate at appraisal two years after my decease shall be paid to the legatees according to ye appraisal more or less as it shall amount adding to_deducting from equally the bequest aforementioned. I do hearby constitute make and ordain my well beloved wife Isabel and my son Thomas Sharp my only and sole executor of my last will and testament whom I do likewise authorize and empower to sell and convey forever all my real estate and their conveyance shall be as good as mine in every respect and I do hear by disallow and revoke all other former wills and testaments by me and ways before this named will and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. Ratifying this and no other to be my last will and testament. In this whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written.
Signed and sealed published pronounced and declared ye said Thomas Sharp as last will and testament in presence of Walter Ken, Geo. Lawson, Alex Logan
                     <signed> T.Sharp
9 December 1749
Cecil County Maryland
Thomas Sharp

From "A Brief History of the Rock United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. of Fair Hill, Cecil County, MD"
Thomas Sharpe is buried in Sharpe's Cemetery which is located about 1 mile north of Fair Hill on the old Sharpe property on Hwy 213. Rock Creek Church has no cemetery except the one located about a mile or so north of it off Hwy 213 on Lewistown Rd. It is called the Old Stone Graveyard. It is actually in Lewisville, PA across the border. There is no church next to the Sharpe cemetery. The Stone Graveyard is located at Lewisville, Chester Co., PA and is the location of the original building site of Rock Church and was used as a burying ground for 150 years. Sharp(e)'s Cemetery is located at Fair Hill, on the road to Lewisville, PA.
       
Children of Thomas Sharp and Isabella Wallis are:
+       3       i.       Thomas3 Sharp, born 11 Nov 1718 in Cecil Co., MD; died 11 Nov 1785 in Cecil Co., MD.
       4       ii.       ? Sharp, born Abt. 1720 in Cecil Co., MD. She married John Smith; born Abt. 1720.
       5       iii.       Hannah Sharp, born Abt. 1722 in Cecil Co., MD. She married (1) John Smith; born Abt. 1705. She married (2) Richard Stepherson; born Abt. 1710.
+       6       iv.       James Sharp, born Abt. 1725 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1759 in Cecil Co., MD.
       7       v.       Isabella Sharp, born Abt. 1728 in Cecil Co., MD. She married David Wherry 08 Aug 1746 in Cecil Co., MD; born 1717 in Ireland.
       8       vi.       Joseph Sharp, born Abt. 1733 in Cecil Co., MD.
+       9       vii.       Samuel Sharp, born Bet. 02 May 1734 - 1736 in Cecil Co., MD; died 29 Dec 1804.
+       10       viii.       Walter Sharp(e), born 1740 in Cecil Co., MD; died 11 Sep 1750 in York Co., PA.
+       11       ix.       Sarah Mary Sharpe, born 13 Jan 1731/32 in Maryland; died Apr 1802 in Cecil Co., MD.

Generation No. 3

       3. Thomas3 Sharp (Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 11 Nov 1718 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 11 Nov 1785 in Cecil Co., MD. He married (1) Elizabeth Gillespie Abt. 1741 in Cecil Co., MD, daughter of William Gillespie and Mary ?. She was born Abt. 1720 in Chester Co., PA, and died 14 Dec 1759 in Cecil Co., MD. He married (2) Mary McFerrin Abt. 1760. She was born Abt. 1735.

Notes for Thomas Sharp:
rparks102@msn.com
This Thomas Sharp is the executor of his father Thomas' will and the following document was made in that regard:
From Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland Volume 7 Pages 157-158 Deeds of Cecil Co. Maryland
15 December, 1749 between Thomas Sharpe, Cecil Co. Maryland and Moses Andrews, whereas Thomas Sharpe, Jr. by virtue of being executor of the last will and testament of his father Thomas Sharpe, lately deceased, land in Milford Hundred, Cecil Co. Maryland which Thomas Sharp Sr. held by virtue of sale March 10,1745, recorded LWK no 2, folio 77 and 78 from Robert Holly 75 acres NE corner tract called Society. Witnessed: A. Barry, Nathan Baker, Robert Evans
       <signed> Thomas Sharp
NB That for better confirmation of above said deed, I Isabel Sharpe, wife of above said Thomas Sharpe, Sr. deceased, doth freely deliver up all my right of thirds to the above bargained premises and witness my hand and seal the day of year first written above. signed: Isabella Sharpe
Then came Thomas Sharpe before two of his Lordship Justices of the Peace for said county and acknowledged deed to be his act and deed, at the same time, came Elizabeth wife to said Thomas Sharpe and acknowledged she freely acquitted her right of dower without fear of threats of her husband, this 15th day of December,1749. Signed Nathan Baker, Robert Evans, Alex Baird Recorded 16 March 1749/50.

#42 Inventory 1750 sheets 58-59
Sharpe, Thomas December 10 1750 Cecil Co. Maryland
nearest of kin: Isabella Sharpe, Hannah Sharpe
Thomas Sharpe, executor of estate settled April 5, 1750.

This indenture made this sixteenth day of December, one thousand seven hundred & forty nine, between Moses Andrews of the Province of Maryland and county of Cecil of the one part and Thomas Sharp of the same place of the other part: witnesseth: that the said Moses Andrews many good causes him thereunto moving but more especially for and consideration of the sum of two hundred and ninety pounds current money by him in hand received: of and from the aforesaid Thomas Sharpe the receipt whereof he and the said Moses Andrews doth hereby acknowledge and himself there with fully satisfied and paid hath given bargained sold aleinated enfeoffed made over and confirmed unto the said Thomas Sharpe his heirs executors administrator and assigns forever to have and to hold a certain parcel of land called Guilt Glass being a part of a tract of land called Society Laying and being in Milford Hundred in the Province of Maryland and county of Cecil containing two hundred and sixty one acres as it is butted and bounded Beginning at the NE corner of Society thence west two hundred and forty perches thence south one hundred and twenty and thence south twenty nine degrees easterly forty five and thence east one hundred and ninety and thence north eighteen degrees easterly four and thence north seventy two degrees easterly eighty four and thence with a straight and direct line to the beginning containing two hundred and sixty one acres more or less to have and to hold all the aforementioned premises (except 14 acres sold by Thomas Sharpe Sr. in his lifetime unto a certain Alexander Logan as will appear by a deed bearing the date the 12th of December, 1735) with all and singular the rights members privileges and appertuances to the same belonging or in any ways appertaining to and for. From Hall of Records.. copy from Cecil Co. Md. records Liber 7, Folder 155.

Thomas Sharp (Jr.) will copy from Hall of Records Cecil County Liber EE #5 Folder 75 At the top of will copy there is a 45 on one side and 75. This may be Book 45 and page 75 in original records. The 75 seems to be page number, for sure.

In the name of god amen, of Thomas Sharp of Cecil County and the state of Maryland being indisposed in body and sound and deposing mind, memory & understanding being desirous to settle my worldly affairs to this end I do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, viz:
First and foremost my debts and funeral charges be paid and I give and bequeath to my son William of N.C. 3 pounds but look on him as indebted to my estate as __ bond of 65 pounds with the interest thereon also I give and bequeath to my son John Sharp of N.C. 15 pounds specie also I give and bequeath to my son James of N.C. 1 crown and also to my son Joseph Sharpe of N.C. I give and bequeath 22 pounds all the above to be paid in 2 years after my decease. Again I give and bequeath to my son Samuel Sharp now in Carolina a certain tract of land in Rutherford Co. in the State of N.C. to him his heirs executors and assigns but if he the said Samuel Sharpe die without lawful issue the said land is to be equally divided between my sons and the children of my son Walter Sharpe deceased. To my daughter Isabel Wallis(Wallace) of N.C. I give and bequeath a Negro Lucy, to my daughter Sarah Reid a Negro girl Dina, to my daughter Mary Plymoten a Negro Esther_ later to these and each of them My three daughters above mentioned and with their heirs with their increase when they go to Carolina again. I give to my beloved wife Mary Sharp one third of my personal estate and the Negro Nan and Stephen_ Jane and George, these 4 mentioned my wife to enjoy and prosper while she lives but at death they and their increase are to returned to be property of my four sons now at home with me Viz: James, Amos, David, Ebenezer to be equally divided among them. Give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Sharpe now at home with me 100 pounds specie to be paid as follows 50 pound to be paid one year after my decease and the other 50 pounds one year later. Dau. Elizabeth Sharp above named 1 good horse and saddle, one chest of drawers one bed and complete furniture, also 1 good milk cow. Again I give and bequeath the Plantation in which I now live on containing 500 acres more or less and known by Sharpe Industry to my son Thomas Sharpe now home with me and to him and his heirs and assigns forever in fee simple provided that he, my son Thomas pay unto cash of my other sons that are minors, Amos, David & Ebenezer Sharp. One hundred fifty pounds to them and their heirs and assigns in case they die before age of 21 or marriage then the share of him dying I give surviving or survivors. I also mention circumstances being that if my son Amos Sharp shall incline continuing school and obtained liberal education then Thomas is to pay for him the annual expenses for boarding, books to the amount of the 150 pounds mentioned and lastly I do hear by constitute and appoint my beloved wife Mary Sharp and my son Thomas Sharp Executor and mention of this my last will and testament revoking and annulling former wills by me heretofore made and confirming this and none other to be my last will and testament. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 21 day Anno Dominic 1785 signed Thomas Sharpe

This codicil to my last will testifyeth that I give and bequeath my two negroes Cambridge and Ambrose with all residue of my personal estate to be property of Thomas Sharpe my Executor above mentioned in testimony whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal thomas Sharpe
Witnesses: Abram Mitchell, Frances Caruthers, Hugh Black

Cecil Co. to wit. Nov. 22 1785 then came Mary Sharpe and Thomas Sharpe and made oath on the foregoing instrument is the true and whole oath will of Thomas Sharpe, both of said county deceased, that hath come into their hands on possession and that they know of no other. Sworn before David Smith Register Cecil Co. Ss November 23 1785 then came Abram Mitchell, Frances Carthers, Walter Caruthers and Hugh Black the four subscribing witnesses of the within last will and testament of Thomas Sharpe, dec'd, late of said county and they swore they did see Thomas Sharpe sign this will and was to best of their knowledge of a sound mind. Will is Liber EE5 Folio 7677 (typed by Mrs. L.T. Queen)

References for Sharp data: Iredell County N.C. cemetery records, wills, deeds, marriage records Rowan Co.
Family of John Sharp, Rev. Soldier M.J. Miller 1976
Family of Joseph Sharp Rev. Soldier B. Sharpe 1978
Bible records of Mary Andrews Sharp
Iredell Co. Heritage pg.471
Catawba Frontier by M.E. Lazenby 1950
History of North Carolina by John H. Wheeler 1851
The Mecklenburg Signers and their Neighbors by W.S. Ray
Bell-Sharpe by F.F. Bell II
History of Major Ames (? James) Sharpe Iredell Co. N.C. by Mildred Miller 1975 this may be James the son of Thomas Sr.) James 1727-1759.
       
Children of Thomas Sharp and Elizabeth Gillespie are:
+       12       i.       William4 Sharp, born 13 Dec 1742 in Cecil Co., MD; died 06 Jul 1818 in Iredell Co., NC.
+       13       ii.       John Sharp, born 22 Sep 1744 in Cecil Co., MD; died Bet. 17 May - 11 Jun 1812 in Iredell Co., NC.
+       14       iii.       Walter Sharp, born 05 Jan 1746/47 in Cecil Co., MD; died Bet. Aug 1779 - May 1780 in Iredell (now Alexander) Co., NC.
       15       iv.       Samuel Sharp, born Abt. 1748 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1785. He married Susannah Nowlin; born Abt. 1750.
+       16       v.       James Sharp, born 1751 in Cecil Co., MD; died 22 Jul 1828 in Iredell Co., NC.
+       17       vi.       Joseph Sharp, born 22 Nov 1753 in Cecil Co., MD; died 15 Apr 1842 in Iredell Co., NC.
       18       vii.       Sarah Sharp, born Abt. 1754 in Cecil Co., MD. She married John Read/Reid 27 Sep 1782 in Rowan Co., NC; born Abt. 1756 in Anson Co., NC; died 28 Jan 1821 in Lincoln, NC.
       19       viii.       Isabella Sharp, born 23 Sep 1755 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1825 in Rutherford Co., TN. She married John Wallace 11 Sep 1779 in Cecil Co., MD; born 09 Jun 1756 in Cecil Co., MD; died Jan 1824 in Rutherford Co., TN.
       20       ix.       Elizabeth Sharp, born Abt. 1758 in Cecil Co., MD. She married Francis Hindman; born Abt. 1755.

       
Children of Thomas Sharp and Mary McFerrin are:
       21       i.       Mary4 Sharp, born 22 Jun 1761 in Cecil Co., MD; died 28 Aug 1810. She married William Feimster; born 20 Feb 1759 in York, South Yorkshire, England; died 28 Aug 1842 in Iredell Co., NC.
+       22       ii.       Thomas Sharp, born 22 Jun 1761 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1831 in Bracken, KY.
+       23       iii.       Amos Sharp, born 29 Sep 1769 in Cecil Co., MD; died 09 Mar 1837 in Iredell Co., NC.
       24       iv.       David Sharp, born Abt. 1774 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1835 in Indianapolis, IN. He married Mary Ann Andrews 29 Aug 1819 in Rowan Co., NC; born Abt. 1775.
       25       v.       Ebenezer Sharp, born Abt. 1776 in Cecil Co., MD. He married Elizabeth Lake; born Abt. 1783.


       6. James3 Sharp (Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born Abt. 1725 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 1759 in Cecil Co., MD. He married Jemima Alexander Abt. 1745 in Cecil Co., MD, daughter of James Alexander and Margaret McNitt/McKnight. She was born 09 Jan 1726/27 in Elk River, Cecil Co., MD, and died 01 Sep 1797 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC.

Notes for James Sharp:
Mecklenburg Signers, p. 355: Brother of Thomas Sharp; came to Mecklenburg Co.and settled sometime after 1750 at about the same time his brother's family and his kinsmen the Alexanders came there. Rev. Dr. Sharp furnished the list of children for James who was public official in 1775 to 1785.

Other sources claim his name was John Thomas Sharp:
Imm Family: John Mcknitt Alexander accompanied by his brother, Hezekiah, and his sister, Jemimah Sharp, wife of Thomas Sharp ....

Record of John E. Alexander: Hezekiah Alexander, John McKnitt Alexander, and Jemima Alexander, who had married Thomas Sharp....

Notes for Jemima Alexander:
rparks102@msn.com
Tombstone inscription mentioned in Mildred J. Miller's book at First Sugar Creek Presby. Church Cemetery in Charlotte NC:
Sacred to the Memory of Jemima Alexander Sharpe who was born Jan. 9, 1727 and deceased Sept. 1 1797 age 70 years, 38 of which she lived a widow.
Sarah Sharpe, daughter to James and Jemima Sharpe who was born Sept. 10, 1755 and deceased Sept. 16, 1794 age 39 years.
(Must be a double stone for her and daughter Sarah]

More About Jemima Alexander:
Burial: Sep 1797, Sugar Creek Presby. Graveyard, Mecklenburg Co., NC
       
Children of James Sharp and Jemima Alexander are:
       26       i.       Isabella4 Sharpe, born 08 Jul 1745 in Cecil Co., MD; died 08 Jul 1829 in Louisiana Pike, MO. She married Thomas Price; born 1743 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD; died 22 Apr 1799 in Lincoln, NC.
+       27       ii.       Ezekial Sharpe, born 14 Jan 1747/48 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1828 in Wilson City, TN.
+       28       iii.       Priscilla Sharpe, born 01 Sep 1750 in Anson Co., NC; died 13 May 1838 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
+       29       iv.       John Sharp, born 28 Apr 1752 in Mecklenburg Co., NC; died 01 Nov 1824 in Smyrna, Rutherford Co., TN.
+       30       v.       James Sharpe, born Bet. 1754 - 28 Apr 1760 in Anson (later Mecklenburg) Co., NC; died Abt. 1811 in Rutherford Co., TN.
       31       vi.       Sarah Sharpe, born 10 Sep 1755 in Anson Co., NC; died 16 Sep 1794 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC.

       9. Samuel3 Sharp (Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born Bet. 02 May 1734 - 1736 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 29 Dec 1804. He married Sophronia Mary Alexander Abt. 1774, daughter of Theophilus Alexander and Catherine Wallace. She was born Abt. 1741 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD.

Notes for Sophronia Mary Alexander:
Title: The Family of John Sharpe, Revolutionary Soldier, Mildred J. Miller, 1976
Page: 1
Text: Many sources agree that Samuel Sharp married Sophia Alexander however, one MD source asys one Sophia married John Sharpe. There is definite proof that she married a Sharp for in her mother's will she is listed as Sophia Sharp.
       
Children of Samuel Sharp and Sophronia Alexander are:
       32       i.       Arminita4 Sharp, born 1775 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD.
       33       ii.       Lavinia/Levina Sharp, born 1778 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD.
       34       iii.       Sinah Sharp, born Abt. 1779 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD.


       10. Walter3 Sharp(e) (Thomas2 Sharp, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1740 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 11 Sep 1750 in York Co., PA. He married Keziah Alexander Abt. 1740, daughter of James Alexander and Margaret McNitt/McKnight. She was born 09 May 1720 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD, and died Abt. 1750 in York Co., PA.
       
Child of Walter Sharp(e) and Keziah Alexander is:
       35       i.       Keziah4 Sharpe, born Abt. 1740 in Cecil Co., MD.

       11. Sarah Mary3 Sharpe (Thomas2 Sharp, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 13 Jan 1731/32 in Maryland, and died Apr 1802 in Cecil Co., MD. She married Amos Alexander Abt. 1753, son of James Alexander and Margaret McNitt/McKnight. He was born 12 Jan 1728/29 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD, and died Bet. 01 May - 07 Jul 1780 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD.

More About Sarah Mary Sharpe:
Burial: Apr 1802, Head of Christiana Presby. Church, Cecil Co., MD

Notes for Amos Alexander:
Smith, Phyllis J., "Read Family History 1740-1978," Des Moines, IA
Joseph Alexander a tanner came to Cecil County, Maryland, from Ulster, Ireland before 1714. He and other immigrants bought portions of a 6,000 acre tract set off by Lord Baltimore in 1686 called New Munster. This land was in the present County of Chester, Pennsylvania and Cecil County, Maryland. Joseph died in 1729 or 1730.
James Alexander, a son born in 1690, married Margaret McKnitt in 1713, and died in 1779. Fourteen children were born to this couple.
Amos, son of James, born 1729, was one of the first magistrates in Maryland, appointed in 1777. He delivered supplies to the army at Valley Forge, and due to exposure and over-exertion was taken ill. Alexander Read was detailed to take him home and first met Jemima Alexander.
Amos married Sarah Sharp, or Sharpe, in 1750. Amos died in 1780 and Sarah in 1802. Their fourth child, Jemima, born in 1757, married Alexander Read in 1778 after his discharge because of disability. The will of Amos Alexander, dated August 26, 1779, and probated May 1, 1780, named his wife Sarah and son-in-law Alexander Read as executors, and disposed of a large estate. However, there were twelve children to receive their portion. His son Walter was a Captain in the Revolutionary Army and is believed to have been wounded in service and died before his father.

From the Read-Alexander Histories in the Clearfield County Historical Society
Amos Alexander, Esq., one time magistrate of that [Cecil] county, dated his last will and testament August 6, 1779. He died during the following spring inasmuch as his will was not admitted to probate until May 1, 1780. He devised his wife, Sarah Alexander, one third of his movable estate and the income from his mills and dwelling plantation until his son, Amos Jr., arrived at age twenty-one. He appointed "my son in law Alexander Read" one of the executors while Jemima his daughter was to share in the residuary estate with the other children.

Will dated 29 Aug 1779, probated 1 May 1780

All information from the LDS. Sarah Sharp buried at Head of Christiana Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

Steve Bast (steve3315@cox.net)
The DAR application of Elizabeth Shattuck, 86878 indicates Amos was Justice of the Peace of Cecil County, MD. He was born and died in Maryland. Has DOB 1729 - DOD 1780. Sarah Sharpe DOB 1732.
Head of Christiana Presbyterian Church is located on Church Road which is just inside the Delaware/Maryland border off route 273. Amos Alexander's marker has:
"Here lies the body of Amos Aleaxander who departed this life in the 51 year of his age and in the year of our lord 1780"
His marker is located near the church. Could not find his wife's marker. Also buried there was Walter Alexander died 27 years old 1780 and Mark Alexander 11/13/71 - 10/7/1802.

More About Amos Alexander:
Burial: 1780, Head of Christiana Presby. Church, Cecil Co., MD
       
Children of Sarah Sharpe and Amos Alexander are:
+       36       i.       Walter4 Alexander, born 10 Apr 1751 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD; died 1778.
       37       ii.       Priscilla Alexander, born 28 May 1753 in Cecil Co., MD. She married Isaac Alexander; born Abt. 1750.
       38       iii.       Rachel Alexander, born 23 May 1755 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1817.
       39       iv.       Jemima Alexander, born May 1756 in Cecil Co., MD; died 13 May 1840 in Clearfield Co., PA. She married Alexander Reed/Reid/Read; born Abt. 1755.
       40       v.       Ruth Alexander, born 26 May 1759 in Cecil Co., MD; died 26 Oct 1825 in Mecklenburg Co., NC. She married Andrew Wallace; born Abt. 1755.
       41       vi.       Mary Alexander, born 06 Aug 1761 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1820. She married John Evans; born Abt. 1760.
       42       vii.       Dorcas Alexander, born 23 Sep 1763 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1818. She married Henry McCoy; born Abt. 1760.
       43       viii.       Amos Alexander, born 1766 in Cecil Co., MD.
       44       ix.       Sarah Alexander, born 1769 in Cecil Co., MD; died 1827. She married Robert Hodgson; born Abt. 1765.
       45       x.       Mark Alexander, born 13 Nov 1771 in Cecil Co., MD. He married Elizabeth Gilpin; born Abt. 1775.
       46       xi.       James Alexander, born 09 Jul 1774 in Cecil Co., MD. He married Margaret Clendennin; born Abt. 1775.
       47       xii.       Margaret Alexander, born 09 Jul 1774 in Cecil Co., MD.

Generation No. 4

       12. William4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 13 Dec 1742 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 06 Jul 1818 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Catherine Ruth Reese 31 May 1768 in Rowan Co., NC. She was born 23 Sep 1744 in North Carolina.

Notes for William Sharp:
RParks102@msn.com
By 1763 He moved with his Uncle James Sharp and the Alexanders to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. He then married Catherine Reece, daughter of David Reece. Around 1770 William and Catherine moved to Rowan County (now Iredell) and settled in the Snow Creek area, now Sharpsburg Township, on their "Little Plantation".
William Sharpe is listed in the printed 1790 census on page 157 of Salisbury District, Iredell Co., NC with 3 white males over 16, 5 white males under 16 and 3 white females and 8 slaves.
In 1801 King's Methodist Episcopal Church, which came to be known as Snow Creek Methodist Church, was organized in William's home under the jurisdiction of Asbury's Methodist itinerate preachers Richard Hugg King and Peter Claywell, Sr.
Sharp deeded 5-1/2 acres of land in 1806 to Trustees of this church, located on the head of a branch of Snow Creek, this land was originally granted to William. Evidently the church tract adjoined his home place. The Snow Creek Cemetery had been in existence since 1781 when a rattlesnake death victim was the first buried there. Flooded creeks prevented his body being taken to Bethany Cemetery as planned.
Sharp was an attorney and a surveyor by profession. He was called Lawyer Billy in the area. The map he made in 1773 of the Fourth Creek Congregation (Iredell) included more than 169 heads of families and designated water streams of the area near which the early settlers settled. Fourth Creek was really the center of the community within a radius of 20 miles. When the town of Statesville began, Sharp was credited with laying out its original streets--Broad and Center. The township of Sharpsburg was also named for him. [I have a copy of that 1773 map]
He served as magistrate of Rowan County and his name appears frequently on many court records and also as a lawyer in many cases.
William took an active stand for liberty before and during the Revolution. He was active in all public affairs and a staunch defender of Independence. He was one of the 25 men chosen from all parts of Rowan County (which consisted of 24 counties and all of Tennessee) as a member and secretary of the Committee of Safety for Rowan County in 1774. At their first recorded meeting on August 8, 1774, the Committee adopted 17 resolutions upon public affairs. In the absence of Royal authority this committee, along with Provincial Congress, ruled North Carolina. Thus, nearly two years before the Declaration of Independance was adopted, the citizens of Rowan had adopted a paper that contained the germs of Independence.
At the adjournment of the Committee in 1776, the minutes were evidently left with the secretary (Sharp) and later preserved by his family, last in the hands of Silas Davidson Sharp, his great nephew.
In HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF NORTH CAROLINA by Wheeler he mentions the Journal of Safety for Rowan and its people: "It is authentic and throws such a flood of light on the acts and actors of the day that I present its pages entire. It is an original record and will present in true colors the spirit of the people in those trying times. It has never before been published and for it here tender my thanks to Silas Davidson Sharp of this county.( John H. Wheeler)
Wheeler proceeded to allocate about 16 pages in his very authentic history to publish in 1851 THE JOURNAL OF SAFETY FOR ROWAN.
William was one of the men chosen to represent Rowan in the Provincial Congress which met in New Bern in April 1775, and also at Hillsboro in August 1775. He was also a member of the convention that drew up the first constitution of out state at Halifax in 1776.
In that same year, he acted as aide to General Rutherford in his campaign against the Cherokees and was appointed by Gov. Caswell in 1777 to help form a treaty with them.
The year 1779 saw Sharp as a Representative of the Salisbury District to the Continental Congress of Philadelphia and he served in that capacity until 1782. Letters written by him to George Washington, Thomas Burke, Gen. Nathaniel Greene, Richard Caswell and others are recorded in a set of books preserving the letters written by members of the Continental Congress.
On April 7, 1781 he wrote Nathaniel Green from Philadelphia: "The sufferings, distresses and losses of your army pains me to the heart, and be assured that for some time past there is nothing in our power unattempted for your relief, altho our embarrassment are infinite. And giving me leave also, my dear Sir, to assure you, that your conduct and your officers and men, especially of the permanent part of your army, is not only universally approved, as far as I have heard, but even admired."
The years of public service had apparently been difficult ones. William wrote a letter of resignation to Gov. Martin of North Carolina on November 26, 1781 after Cornwallis' surrender to Washington. He expressed his appreciation for the trust placed in him and further stated that "the obligation I am under to my numerous family, the deranged condition of my estate, which 4 years ago was very moderate, and now much diminished, by my long application to public business, are among the many reasons which induce me to resign my seat in Congress. I have now seen and as far as in my power assisted my country through her greatest struggle and her most critical situation.
Apparently this was not to be the last of his public life. In 1782 he was put in nomination for Governor. On April 14 Major William McCauley wrote to Gov. Thomas Burke: "I took a walk through the Different Rooms amongst the members and has Heard them talk about Governor for the ensuing year, Messrs. Samuel Johnston, Sharp and Martin together with yourself hath been much debated." McCauley expressed confidence in Burke's chance for success. The following message was later received from the Senate. "The Senate agree that the General Assembly ballot at 4 O'clock this evening for Governor of this state for current year and put into nomination for Governor the Honorable Alexander Martin, Samuel Johnston, William Sharp, Thomas Burke, and John Williams of Granville, Esqrs." Though William did not win the nomination, his colleagues had again placed great trust in him.
As a legislator, he was the first to propose a state university in 1784. Although the proposal was not accepted the first time it cleared the reading in the House of Commons and then disappeared. Five years later that bill did pass and was practically a copy of his bill introduced in 1784. Because his bill was not passed, he received no credit for his educational vision but the late Archibald Henderson of University of NC stated that Sharp was the first in history to author such an educational bill.
Bill Sharp wrote in his book A NEW GEOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA that William was influential in establishing Clio Nursery in 1774. The school taught by Rev. James Hall, was an academy teaching Greek, Latin, English, geography, algebra, practical surveying and the principals of navigation. The academy is believed to have been built on land owned by either William or his brother John. Clio Nursery was destroyed by fire and never rebuilt but the Rev. Hall built an Academy of Sciences at his home.
In keeping with his educational philosophy, he decreed in his will that two of his slaves be freed when they were educated.
In 1976 the Iredell County Bi-Centennial Commission secured a marker to honor William Sharp. It was located where he lived in the Snow Creek Community. They also spearheaded a movement to establish a monument at his grave site in the Snow Creek Methodist Cemetery. Descendants of Sharp contributed financially to the project.
Fourth Creek Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution commemorated the Revolutionary War Patriot at a memorial service at Snow Creek United Methodist Church on 22 April 1979.
William Sharp's death came on July 6. 1818, a remarkable patriot of the past, one worthy of our present appreciation.

More About William Sharp:
Burial: Jul 1818, Snow Creek Cemetery, Iredell Co., NC
       
Children of William Sharp and Catherine Reese are:
       48       i.       Matilda5 Sharp, born 04 Mar 1769 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC. She married William Willoughby Erwin 21 May 1788; born 22 Mar 1764 in Iredell City, NC.
       49       ii.       Ruth Reese Sharp, born 03 Mar 1770 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died 24 Apr 1842 in Morgantown, NC. She married Andrew Caldwell; born 1753 in Iredell Co., NC; died 1828 in Iredell Co., NC.
       50       iii.       Thomas Reese Sharp, born 18 May 1771 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died Feb 1801 in Simons Island, SC.
+       51       iv.       Abner Sharp, born 01 Oct 1772 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died 11 Nov 1807 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.
       52       v.       Elizabeth 'Betsy' Sharp, born 22 Jan 1774 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC. She married (1) Reuben Starke Abt. 1790 in Kershaw, SC; born 1775. She married (2) John Brown 22 Feb 1802 in Mecklenburg Co., NC; born Abt. 1770.
+       53       vi.       David Sharp, born 11 Feb 1775 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died 20 Feb 1819 in Iredell Co., NC.
+       54       vii.       Elam Sharp, born 03 Jan 1777 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
       55       viii.       Marcus Sharp, born 22 Feb 1778 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died 25 Jun 1803 in New Orleans, LA. He married ? Starke; born Abt. 1780.
       56       ix.       Cynthia Sharp, born 18 Nov 1780 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC; died 26 Dec 1849 in Batesville, Independence Co., AR. She married John McGuire; born 1771; died 26 Aug 1843 in Batesville, Independence Co., AR.
       57       x.       Elvira Sharp, born 29 Jul 1782 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.
       58       xi.       Edwin Sharp, born 01 Dec 1783 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.
       59       xii.       Carlos B. Sharp, born 15 Feb 1786 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.


       13. John4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 22 Sep 1744 in Cecil Co., MD, and died Bet. 17 May - 11 Jun 1812 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Lillie McCoy Abt. 1769. She was born 11 Jun 1743 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 1816 in Iredell Co., NC.

Notes for John Sharp:
Revolutionary War Soldier

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John moved to what is now Iredell County, North Carolina sometime before the Revolutionary War.
His home was on a 400 acre plantation north of the South Yadkin River on the Island Ford-Shallow Ford road in what became Sharpesburg Township. His brothers William and James lived to the east and north of him.
He is listed on the printed 1790 census of Salisbury District, Iredell Co., NC page 157 with 2 males over 16, 2 males under 16 and 3 females with 5 slaves.
Although John did not become as well known as his brothers he quietly served his country and community well.
John Sharp was a farmer and tanner. In addition to his home plantation, he owned several other small tracts of land, but he was not a speculator as were other members of the Sharp family.
He operated his plantation with help of a few slaves. At least one of these Stephen remained with the family long after John died.
Soon after their arrival in North Carolina, John and Lily became members of the Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church at what became Statesville. When Bethany Presbyterian was organized the Sharps became members there. When the Methodist Church came into the community around 1800 the Sharps became associated with Snow Creek Methodist and many of the first members and their descendants are buried there although many in unmarked graves.
John Sharp died in Iredell County on 17 May 1812. His obituary appeared in a Raleigh newspaper on May 29: "Died at his plantation in Iredell County on Sunday morning, the 17th instant, Mr John Sharp, an aged and respectable citizen in whose death his companions of the revolution have to lament the loss of a patriot who fought by their side with bravery....wife...and children..
The write up about John appeared in The History of Iredell Co., NC written by Mildred J. Miller.[excluding the 1790 census] Also is about the same in The Family of John Sharpe, Revolutionary War Soldier by Mildred J. Miller 1976.

More About John Sharp:
Burial: May 1812, Snow Creek Cemetery, Iredell Co., NC
       
Children of John Sharp and Lillie McCoy are:
       60       i.       Esther5 Sharp, born 22 Apr 1770 in Cecil Co., MD or Iredell Co., NC.
       61       ii.       Elizabeth Sharp, born 14 Nov 1771 in Iredell Co., NC.
       62       iii.       James McCoy Sharp, born 10 Apr 1774 in Iredell Co., NC.
       63       iv.       David Sharp, born 18 Jun 1776 in Iredell Co., NC.
       64       v.       ? Sharp, born 21 Mar 1778 in Iredell Co., NC.
       65       vi.       Silas Sharp, born 15 Jun 1779 in Iredell Co., NC.


       14. Walter4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 05 Jan 1746/47 in Cecil Co., MD, and died Bet. Aug 1779 - May 1780 in Iredell (now Alexander) Co., NC. He married Elizabeth Harden 26 Jan 1775 in Rowan Co., NC. She was born 19 Nov 1754.

Notes for Walter Sharp:
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Their home was in the Rocky Face area of what was at the time Iredell Co. but is now Alexander County, North Carolina.
His will is recorded in Will Book B page 168 Rowan Co. N.C. Even tho still a young man he wrote his will 2 August 1779. It does not mention illness so perhaps he wrote it because of the war, and it was probated 4 May, 1780.
In 1775 he married Elizabeth, daughter of Robert and Jane Harden of Rowan (now Iredell) County (North Carolinian; Vol 5:590)
He was a Lt. in the Revolutionary War and it is believed he was killed at Ramsour's Mill Battle, however this has not been proved.
In Rowan County Court Minutes it is recorded that Toney, a Negro man, slave of Walter Sharpe, maliciously, voluntarily and feloniously burned the dwelling home of said Walter Sharp and was jailed. Two Justices and two freeholders tried the slave. He was hanged the next day, 8 February 1777 between 12 and 3 PM. The court valued the aforesaid Negro Toney to 80 pounds proclamation money (from Clark’s Volume 13 p.389).
To Messrs, the Speakers and Members of the General Assembly in the State of
NC, sitting at Newbern April 1778
The address of the Militia Officers of the Co. of Rowan
Gentlemen:
With hearts deeply impressed with the sense of the importance of pursuing the most effectual measures for the safety and happiness of this as well as that of the other United States, permit us to address you on the subject of the Regular service for our mutual defense.
We cannot omit expressing our approbation of the respectable footing on which you have placed the Militia of this state by two late acts of Assembly in order that they may be ready in case of an invasion or any sudden Alarm. But from our own experience, we can assure you that since the frequent calling forth the industrious yeomanry of this country into the field many great inconveniences arise, one of which only we shall mention which is the hindrance of Tillage and consequently a scarcity of
provisions, which in our humble opinion we may have more reason to dread than any reinforcement that may be sent to General Howe, and according to our conception of service in the field Regulars are greatly preferable to Militia for many reasons that will readily occur to you.
We on are part (and are persuaded that of our neighboring counties) would willingly submit to any Tax that could be reasonably laid on us together with the other parts of the state in order to augment our Continental Army or be subject to any other provision for that purpose that is in the power of this state to make.
We further humbly conceive that some early measures ought to be passed in order to reserve or provide Lands for those officers and soldiers of this State who are abroad in the regular service, and to whom we are under such obligation. And that no unfavorable construction may be put on this address, we with great sincerity assure you that whenever the exigencies of this country might require it, none would be more ready to step forth for the common defense than, gentlemen, your most obedient and most humble servants:
Francis Locke Colo. Alex Dobbin
Jas Smith David Caldwell
Joseph Dickson Moses Dinsley
John Polk Geo. Harvey Berys
Israel Cox Jas Craig
William Willson Eb Jackson
William Armstrong Hugh Hall
Patrick Morrison WALTER SHARPE
Galbraith Falls David Smith
Charles Dunn William Bell
James Purviance
       
Children of Walter Sharp and Elizabeth Harden are:
       66       i.       Thomas5 Sharp, born 16 Jan 1775 in Cecil Co., MD or Iredell Co., NC.
       67       ii.       Adlai Sharp, born 16 Feb 1779 in Iredell (now Alexander) or Rowan Co., NC.


       16. James4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1751 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 22 Jul 1828 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Jane Andrews Abt. 1782 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC. She was born Abt. 1758 in Iredell Co., NC.
       
Children of James Sharp and Jane Andrews are:
       68       i.       Isabella5 Sharp, born 22 Jul 1776 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.
       69       ii.       Acenith Sharp, born 1777 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.
       70       iii.       Heil/Hyle Sharp, born 15 Dec 1784 in Iredell Co., NC.
       71       iv.       Nancy G. Sharp, born 10 Jan 1788 in Iredell Co., NC.
       72       v.       Panthea Sharp, born 26 Aug 1789 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.
       73       vi.       James Sharp, born Abt. 1790 in Iredell Co., NC.
       74       vii.       Mary Sharp, born 18 Apr 1794 in Iredell Co., NC.
       75       viii.       George Washington Sharp, born 31 Aug 1796 in Iredell Co., NC.
       76       ix.       Eliza Sharp, born Abt. 1802 in Iredell Co., NC.


       17. Joseph4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 22 Nov 1753 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 15 Apr 1842 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Jean Sloan 08 Jan 1778 in Rowan Co., NC. She was born 18 Jun 1750 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died 1790 in Rowan Co., NC.
       
Children of Joseph Sharp and Jean Sloan are:
       77       i.       Levi5 Sharp, born Abt. 1779 in Cecil Co., MD.
       78       ii.       Azel Sharp, born Abt. 1781 in Cecil Co., MD.


       22. Thomas4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 22 Jun 1761 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 1831 in Bracken, KY. He married Mary Kerr. She was born 1776 in Delaware, and died 1857 in Augusta, KY.
       
Children of Thomas Sharp and Mary Kerr are:
       79       i.       Maria5 Sharp, born 1799 in Maryland.
       80       ii.       Samuel Kerr Sharp, born 1800 in Kentucky.
       81       iii.       Martha Black Sharp, born 1802 in Kentucky.
       82       iv.       Elizabeth Sharp, born 1805 in Kentucky.
       83       v.       Georgiana Sharp, born 1807 in Kentucky.
       84       vi.       Jane Hollingsworth Sharp, born 1814 in Kentucky.
       85       vii.       Amanda Alexander Sharp, born 1815 in Kentucky.
       86       viii.       James Henry Sharp, born 1818 in Kentucky.


       23. Amos4 Sharp (Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 29 Sep 1769 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 09 Mar 1837 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Mary Andrews Abt. 1796 in Iredell Co., NC. She was born 01 Jun 1779 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 05 Jul 1863 in Iredell Co., NC.
       
Children of Amos Sharp and Mary Andrews are:
       87       i.       Ebenezer Franklin5 Sharp, born 25 Dec 1798 in Cecil Co., MD.
       88       ii.       Thomas Mortimer Sharp, born 20 Apr 1801 in Iredell Co., NC.
       89       iii.       Rebecca Sharp, born 1805 in Iredell Co., NC.
       90       iv.       Hugh Paley Sharp, born 1807 in Iredell Co., NC.
       91       v.       Amos A. Sharp, born 21 May 1811 in Iredell Co., NC.
       92       vi.       Fielding Wallis Sharp, born 21 Sep 1814 in Iredell Co., NC.
       93       vii.       Leander Quincy Sharp, born 21 Nov 1816 in Iredell Co., NC.
       94       viii.       Alfred A. Sharp, born 21 May 1818 in Iredell Co., NC.


       27. Ezekial4 Sharpe (James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 14 Jan 1747/48 in Cecil Co., MD, and died 1828 in Wilson City, TN. He married (1) Catherine Alexander 1770 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD, daughter of Theophilus Alexander and Catherine Wallace. She was born Abt. 1747 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD, and died Abt. 1798 in Mecklenburg Co., NC. He married (2) ? Aft. 1798. She was born Abt. 1780.
       
Child of Ezekial Sharpe and Catherine Alexander is:
+       95       i.       Jemima A.5 Sharpe, born 20 May 1781 in Mecklenburg Co., NC; died 07 Oct 1825 in Wilson Co., TN.

       
Child of Ezekial Sharpe and ? is:
+       96       i.       Joseph Alexander5 Sharpe, born Feb 1814 in Nashville, Davidson Co., TN; died 27 Mar 1856 in Searcy, White Co., AR.


       28. Priscilla4 Sharpe (James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 01 Sep 1750 in Anson Co., NC, and died 13 May 1838 in Mecklenburg Co., NC. She married Lewis Jetton. He was born 24 Jan 1748/49 in New Castle, DE, and died 21 Sep 1826 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
       
Child of Priscilla Sharpe and Lewis Jetton is:
       97       i.       Sarah Sharp5 Jetton, born 1788; died 1821.


       29. John4 Sharp (James3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 28 Apr 1752 in Mecklenburg Co., NC, and died 01 Nov 1824 in Smyrna, Rutherford Co., TN. He married Martha Young 04 Aug 1780, daughter of Charles Young and Grace Croom. She was born 1760 in Georgetown, Cecil Co., MD or Indiana, and died 08 May 1821 in Rutherford Co., TN.

Notes for John Sharp:
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Served as Lieutenant in Armands Legion of Light Dragoons 1778-79; says he was born in Mecklenburg Co.

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Bible Records--Tombstone Inscription: Copied from old Cannon Graveyard, near Smyrna, Tennessee by Miss Mary Robertson, member of Shawnee Chapter: Major John Sharp, Revolutionary Officer, died 1 Nov 1824; age 72 years. Other Side of Stone: Martha, wife of Major Sharp died May 8, 1821; age 61 years.

More About John Sharp:
Burial: Nov 1824, Old Cannon Graveyard, near Smyrna, TN
       
Children of John Sharp and Martha Young are:
       98       i.       John5 Sharp, born 1804 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
       99       ii.       James Deloss Sharp, born 1783 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.


       30. James4 Sharpe (James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born Bet. 1754 - 28 Apr 1760 in Anson (later Mecklenburg) Co., NC, and died Abt. 1811 in Rutherford Co., TN. He married (1) Margaret Cunningham Bef. 1788. She was born Abt. 1765 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1788. He married (2) Rachel Cannon 08 Sep 1788 in Mecklenburg Co., NC, daughter of James Cannon and Margaret Alexander. She was born 09 Aug 1769 in Chester Co., PA (formerly part of New Munster Tract, Cecil Co., Md).

Notes for James Sharpe:
On 1804 Tax list of Wilson Co.

James' will lists Marquis, Alfred, John, James, Morris, Theophilus A., Emma, Peggy Carlisle (Margaret C.), and Jemima Alexander as his children. A codicil to the will also provides for the child Rachel was carrying when James died. Rachel's will names this child as Joseph Cannon Sharpe. Jemima and Joseph were apparently the only two still underage when Rachel died, as Alfred is listed in the estate inventory as Jemima's guardian. Emma is not in Rachel's will at all, which indicates she had already died. Peggy's husband is listed as Robert H. Hibbets. James' executors were John Sharpe (his brother, since he's listed as a juror), Marquis D.L. Sharpe, and Theophilus A. Cannon.

       
Children of James Sharpe and Rachel Cannon are:
       100       i.       Marquis/Marcus5 Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
+       101       ii.       Alfred Sharp, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       102       iii.       John Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       103       iv.       James Morris Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       104       v.       Theophilus A. Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       105       vi.       Emma Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       106       vii.       Margaret C. Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       107       viii.       Jemima Sharpe, born Bet. 1788 - 1811.
       108       ix.       Joseph Cannon Sharpe, born Abt. 1811 in Rutherford Co., TN.


       36. Walter4 Alexander (Sarah Mary3 Sharpe, Thomas2 Sharp, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 10 Apr 1751 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD, and died 1778. He married Eleanor Evans Abt. 1775. She was born Abt. 1760 in Cecil Co., MD.
       
Child of Walter Alexander and Eleanor Evans is:
       109       i.       Robert5 Alexander, born Abt. 1775 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD.


Generation No. 5

       51. Abner5 Sharp (William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 01 Oct 1772 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC, and died 11 Nov 1807 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC. He married Mary Lloyd Osborne 29 Aug 1797 in Iredell Co., NC. She was born 06 Sep 1774 in Salisbury, Rowan Co., NC, and died 28 Feb 1819 in Iredell Co., NC.
       
Child of Abner Sharp and Mary Osborne is:
       110       i.       Thomas Alphonso6 Sharp, born 16 Nov 1801 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC.


       53. David5 Sharp (William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 11 Feb 1775 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC, and died 20 Feb 1819 in Iredell Co., NC. He married Mary Ann Brandon 11 Oct 1795. She was born Abt. 1780 in North Carolina, and died 05 Feb 1876 in Davie, NC.
       
Child of David Sharp and Mary Brandon is:
       111       i.       David6 Sharp, born Abt. 1796.


       54. Elam5 Sharp (William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 03 Jan 1777 in Statesville, Iredell Co., NC, and died in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC. He married Elizabeth 'Betsey' Miller 31 Mar 1817 in Mile End, SC. She was born 10 Sep 1792 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC, and died 07 Jan 1872 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
       
Children of Elam Sharp and Elizabeth Miller are:
       112       i.       Edwin6 Sharp, born Abt. 1814 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
       113       ii.       Charlotte Sharp, born Bet. 1815 - 1830 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
       114       iii.       Janett I. Sharp, born Bet. 1815 - 1830 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
       115       iv.       John F. Sharp, born Bet. 1815 - 1830 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
+       116       v.       William Oscar Sharp, born 10 Dec 1817 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
       117       vi.       Jane Elvira Sharp, born 11 Sep 1819 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.
+       118       vii.       Elam Sharp, Jr., born 10 May 1821 in Anderson, Pendleton Co., SC; died 24 Nov 1888 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
       119       viii.       Elizabeth Sharp, born 07 Aug 1823 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC. She married John M. Carlisle; born 25 Oct 1826 in South Carolina.
       120       ix.       Marcus Lafayette Sharp, born 05 Nov 1824 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC.


       95. Jemima A.5 Sharpe (Ezekial4, James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 20 May 1781 in Mecklenburg Co., NC, and died 07 Oct 1825 in Wilson Co., TN. She married Abner Alexander 01 Dec 1803 in Wilson, TN, son of Ezekiel Alexander and Jemima McCoy. He was born 10 Aug 1778 in New Munster, Cecil Co., MD, and died 1857 in Wilson Co., TN.
       
Children of Jemima Sharpe and Abner Alexander are:
       121       i.       James H.6 Alexander, born Bet. 1803 - 1829 in Wilson Co., TN. He married Martha ? 21 Feb 1860; born Abt. 1810.
       122       ii.       Catherine Lemyre Alexander, born 29 Sep 1807 in Wilson Co., TN. She married Joseph Dickson 07 Sep 1829; born Abt. 1805.
+       123       iii.       John McKnitt Alexander, born 05 May 1805 in Wilson Co., TN; died in Removed to Bastrop Co., TX.
       124       iv.       Joseph Alexander, born 21 May 1810 in Wilson Co., TN.
+       125       v.       Mark Alexander, born 13 May 1813 in Wilson Co., TN.
       126       vi.       Esther A. Alexander, born 13 Mar 1817 in Wilson Co., TN. She married Thomas K. Leech 02 Nov 1836; born Abt. 1815.
       127       vii.       Ezekiel B. Alexander, born 01 Feb 1821 in Wilson Co., TN.


       96. Joseph Alexander5 Sharpe (Ezekial4, James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born Feb 1814 in Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, and died 27 Mar 1856 in Searcy, White Co., AR. He married Martha Spencer Cloyd 02 Oct 1836 in Fayette Co., TN. She was born 1820 in White's Creek, Davidson Co., TN, and died 29 Oct 1850 in Somerville, Fayette Co., TN.
       
Children of Joseph Sharpe and Martha Cloyd are:
       128       i.       Rufus Burton6 Sharpe, born 27 Aug 1839 in Tennessee.
       129       ii.       Frances 'Fannie' Sharpe, born 13 Sep 1841 in Tennessee.
       130       iii.       John Cloyd Sharpe, born 27 Jul 1843 in Tennessee.
       131       iv.       James Trice Sharpe, born 09 Dec 1844 in Tennessee.
       132       v.       Joseph Spencer Sharpe, born 09 Dec 1844 in Tennessee.


       101. Alfred5 Sharp (James4 Sharpe, James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born Bet. 1788 - 1811. He married Narcissa Davis. She was born Abt. 1800.
       
Children of Alfred Sharp and Narcissa Davis are:
+       133       i.       Emma Davis6 Sharp, born 1820.
       134       ii.       Jemima C. Sharp, born Abt. 1820.


Generation No. 6

       116. William Oscar6 Sharp (Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 10 Dec 1817 in Pendleton, Anderson Co., SC. He married Susan Rebecca Harrel Abt. 1840. She was born Abt. 1812.
       
Children of William Sharp and Susan Harrel are:
       135       i.       Edwin Reese7 Sharp, born 02 Jun 1841 in Chambers, AL.
       136       ii.       Susan Elizabeth Sharp, born 17 Jun 1844 in Chambers, AL.
       137       iii.       Frances Henrietta Sharp, born 06 Dec 1848 in Chambers, AL.
       138       iv.       Mary Clara Sharp, born 25 Dec 1850 in Chambers, AL.
       139       v.       Aliza Annie Sharp, born 1853 in Chambers, AL.
       140       vi.       Rose Harrell Sharp, born 18 Feb 1857 in Chambers, AL.
       141       vii.       Pinckney Sharp, born 07 Jan 1858 in Chambers, AL.
       142       viii.       William Oscar Sharp, born 16 Mar 1859 in Chambers, AL.
       143       ix.       Gertrude Eora Sharp, born 09 Feb 1861 in Chambers, AL.


       118. Elam6 Sharp, Jr. (Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 10 May 1821 in Anderson, Pendleton Co., SC, and died 24 Nov 1888 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. He married Frances Henrietta Hayne 1842 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC, daughter of Robert Hayne and Frances Pinckney. She was born 06 Jul 1818 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC, and died 08 Jan 1875 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
       
Children of Elam Sharp and Frances Hayne are:
+       144       i.       Elam Hayne7 Sharp, born 02 Sep 1845 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC; died 10 Feb 1897 in East Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
+       145       ii.       Martha Ramsey Sharp, born 10 Sep 1846 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC.
+       146       iii.       Henry Laurens Sharp, born 28 Apr 1849 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC; died 1906 in Parker Co., TX.
+       147       iv.       Frances Pinckney Sharp, born 04 Oct 1851 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC; died 1907 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
       148       v.       William Alston Sharp(e), born 02 Aug 1856 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC.


       123. John McKnitt6 Alexander (Jemima A.5 Sharpe, Ezekial4, James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 05 May 1805 in Wilson Co., TN, and died in Removed to Bastrop Co., TX. He married (1) Julia F. McAdow 13 Oct 1836. She was born Abt. 1820, and died Bef. 1850. He married (2) Hardenia Spencer Drennon Abt. 1850. She was born Abt. 1805.

Notes for John McKnitt Alexander:
Alexander Bible Notes:
John McKnitt Alexander, son of Abner and Jemima Alexander. He resettled to Bastrop Co. TX in 1853
John M Alexander was married to Julia F. McAdow 13th of Oct 1836



       
Child of John Alexander and Hardenia Drennon is:
       149       i.       John McKnitt7 Alexander, Jr., born 14 Mar 1853 in Chester Co., PA (formerly part of New Munster Tract, Cecil Co., Md). He married Dorcas Josephine Alexander 08 Jun 1876; born 01 May 1856 in Polk Co., TX.


       125. Mark6 Alexander (Jemima A.5 Sharpe, Ezekial4, James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 13 May 1813 in Wilson Co., TN. He married Emma Davis Sharp 06 Mar 1838, daughter of Alfred Sharp and Narcissa Davis. She was born 1820.
       
Children of Mark Alexander and Emma Sharp are:
       150       i.       Laura Amaritha7 Alexander, born 13 Dec 1838; died 29 Mar 1856.
       151       ii.       Alfred Dewitt Alexander, born 30 Jan 1840.
       152       iii.       Jemima Narcisa Alexander, born 08 Apr 1842.


       133. Emma Davis6 Sharp (Alfred5, James4 Sharpe, James3 Sharp, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1820. She married Mark Alexander 06 Mar 1838, son of Abner Alexander and Jemima Sharpe. He was born 13 May 1813 in Wilson Co., TN.
       
Children are listed above under (125) Mark Alexander.

Generation No. 7

       144. Elam Hayne7 Sharp (Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 02 Sep 1845 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC, and died 10 Feb 1897 in East Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. He married Mary Ann Coker. She was born Abt. 1850.

Notes for Elam Hayne Sharp:
Dallas, Texas Directory, 1889-94 Record
Name: Benjamin J. Terry; Elam H. Sharpe
Location 1: 941 Main
Business Name: Terry B. J. & Company
Occupation: real estate agts
Year: 1889, 1890
City: Dallas State: TX
       
Children of Elam Sharp and Mary Coker are:
       153       i.       Simeon Hayne8 Sharp, born 17 Mar 1877 in Parker Co., TX; died 18 Jul 1932. He married Eula Lee Putnam; born 25 Dec 1879 in Scott Co., MS; died 1953.
       154       ii.       Sarah Elizabeth Sharp, born 17 Mar 1879 in Clay Co., TX. She married George Clay 06 Jun 1900; born 1879.
       155       iii.       Mary Frances Sharp, born 24 Feb 1881 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX; died 26 Sep 1974 in Placerville, El Dorado Co., CA.
       156       iv.       William Edwin Sharp, born Bet. 05 Sep 1883 - 1885 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX; died 01 Apr 1968. He married (1) Amber Patterson; born Abt. 1890. He married (2) Margarite Wiltsie; born 1883.


       145. Martha Ramsey7 Sharp (Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 10 Sep 1846 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC. She married (1) Edward Houghton Abt. 1875 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. He was born Abt. 1844, and died Bef. 1880 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. She married (2) James Overton Lewis Abt. 1883 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. He was born Abt. 1844.
       
Child of Martha Sharp and Edward Houghton is:
       157       i.       Frances Henrietta8 Houghton, born 1877 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.

       
Child of Martha Sharp and James Lewis is:
       158       i.       Rosa Pinckney8 Lewis, born 10 Sep 1884 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.


       146. Henry Laurens7 Sharp (Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 28 Apr 1849 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC, and died 1906 in Parker Co., TX. He married Lucia Ann Philips 21 Aug 1873 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. She was born Dec 1852 in Birdville, Tarrant Co., TX, and died 22 Jan 1941 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.

Notes for Henry Laurens Sharp:
1900 TX Census, Justice Prec. 1, Parker Co., 8&9 Jun, Sheet 5A
Sharp, H.L., Head, W/M/Apr 1849, 51, Married 27 yrs., b. SC, father b. UNK, mother b. SC, Farmer, Owns F&C
-- , Lucia, Wife, W/F/Dec 1852, 47, 11 children/10 living, b. TX, father & mother b. KY
-- , Ludia[?], Dau., W/F/ Jul 1879, 20, Single, b. TX
-- , William, Son, W/M/Mar 1881, 19, Single, b. TX
-- , Isac H., Son, W/M/Feb 1884, 16, Single, b. TX
-- , M.C., Son, W/M/Jan 1886, 14, Single, b. TX
-- , James, Son, W/M/Sep 1888, 11, b. TX
-- , Charley, Son, W/M/Aug 1892, 7, b. TX
-- , Lucy A., Dau., W/F/Feb 1895, 5, b. TX

Notes for Lucia Ann Philips:
1910 TX Census, Weatherford, Parker Co., 25 Apr, Sheet 12A
Bridge Street
Sharpe, Mrs. Lucy, Head, F/W/57, Widow, 10 children/10 living, b. TX, father & mother b. KY, Own income, Owns home F&C
-- , Charles W., Son, M/W/17, Single, b. TX, father b. SC, mother b. TX, Attending school
-- , Lucy A., Dau., F/W/15, Single, b. TX, Attending school
       
Children of Henry Sharp and Lucia Philips are:
       159       i.       Henry Phillips8 Sharp, born 29 Apr 1874 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
+       160       ii.       Elam Lawrence Sharp, Sr., born 30 Sep 1875 in Lareunion, Dallas Co., TX; died 31 Oct 1948 in Parker Co., TX.
       161       iii.       Minnie Harriet Sharp, born 23 Oct 1876 in Clay Co., TX.
       162       iv.       Sarah Pinckney Sharp, born 27 Jul 1879 in Clay Co., TX.
       163       v.       William Thomas Sharp, born 24 Mar 1881 in Texas. He married Edith P. ? Bef. 1917 in Parker Co., TX; born Abt. 1885.

Notes for William Thomas Sharp:
World War I Draft Registration Card
William Thomas Sharpe, Springtown R.R.#2, Parker, TX
Age: 37 DOB: 24 Mar 1881
Farmer, Self
Nearest relative: Edith P. Sharpe
Medium height, blue eyes, brown hair

       164       vi.       Isaac Hayne Sharp, born 01 Feb 1884 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.
       165       vii.       Mark Carlisle Sharp, born 21 Jan 1886 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.
       166       viii.       James Eddie Sharp, born 23 Sep 1888 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.

Notes for James Eddie Sharp:
World War I Draft Registration Card
James Eddie Sharp, Springtown, TX
Age: 28 DOB: 23 Sep 1888, Weatherford, TX
Farmer, Parker Co., TX
Dependents: Wife and 3 children
Medium height, medium build, blue eyes, light brown hair

       167       ix.       Charles Wesley Sharp, born 21 Aug 1892 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.

Notes for Charles Wesley Sharp:
World War I Draft Registration Card
Chas. Wesley Sharp
Age: 24 DOB: 21 Aug 1892, Weatherford, Parker Co., TX
Grocery Clerk, BonTon Grocery, Weatherford
No dependents, no military service
Medium height, slender, grey eyes, dark brown hair

       168       x.       Lucy Ann Sharp, born 28 Feb 1895 in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.


       147. Frances Pinckney7 Sharp (Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 04 Oct 1851 in Charleston, Charleston Co., SC, and died 1907 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. She married W.H. Smith. He was born Abt. 1849.
       
Children of Frances Sharp and W.H. Smith are:
       169       i.       Walter Stephen8 Smith, born Abt. 1875.
       170       ii.       Marion Smith, born Abt. 1875.


Generation No. 8

       160. Elam Lawrence8 Sharp, Sr. (Henry Laurens7, Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 30 Sep 1875 in Lareunion, Dallas Co., TX, and died 31 Oct 1948 in Parker Co., TX. He married (1) Ola Godfrey 1899 in Parker Co., TX. She was born 22 Jul 1882 in Parker Co., TX, and died 29 Aug 1932 in Parker Co., TX. He married (2) Della Copeland Aft. 1932. She was born Abt. 1877.

Notes for Elam Lawrence Sharp, Sr.:
World War ! Draft Registration Card
Elam Lawrence Sharp, 1 Dicey, Parker, TX
Age: 42 DOB 20 Sep 1875
Farming, Self
Nearest relative: Wife, Ola Sharp
Medium height, blue eyes, brown hair

1920 TX Census, Justice Prec. 1, Parker Co., 26&27 Jan, Sheet 7B
Sharp, Elam, Head, Owns F&C, M/W/44, b. TX, father b. SC, mother b. TX, Farmer, General Farm
-- , Ola, Wife, F/W/38, b. TX, father & mother b. TX
-- , Willie, Son, M/W/19, b. TX, Laborer, Farm
-- , Roy, Son, M/W/16, Attending school, b. TX, Laborer, Farm
-- , Fred, Son, M/W/15, Attending school, b. TX, Laborer, Farm
-- , Johnny, Son, M/W/13, Attending school, b. TX, Laborer, Farm
-- , Ruby, Dau., F/W/11, Attending school, b. TX, Laborer, Farm
-- , Mamie Sue, Dau., F/W/7, Attending school, b. TX
-- , Raymond, Son, M/W/5, b. TX
-- , E.L., Son, M/W/3-1/2, b. TX

1930 TX Census, Prec. 1, Parker Co., 23 Apr, Sheet 6B
Sharp, Elam L., Head, Owns, Owns radio, M/W/54, Married at 29, b. TX, father b. SC, Farming, General Farm
-- , Ola, Wife, F/W/48, Married at 23, b. TX, father & mother b. TX
-- , John C., Son, M/W/23, Single, b. TX, Laborer, Farm
-- , Ruby A., Dau., F/W/22, Single, b. TX, Teacher, Public School
-- , Mamie S., Dau., F/W/17, Single, b. TX
-- , Raymond W., Son, M/W/15, b. TX
-- , Elam L., Jr., Son, M/W/13, b. TX
       
Children of Elam Sharp and Ola Godfrey are:
       171       i.       Willie Lawrence9 Sharp, born 14 Jul 1900 in Parker Co., TX.

Notes for Willie Lawrence Sharp:
World War I Draft Registration Card
Willie Lawrence Sharp, 1 Dicey, Parker, TX
Age: 18 DOB: 14 Jul 1900
Farming, Father, E.L. Sharp
Nearest relative: Father
Tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair

       172       ii.       Roy Thomas Sharp, born 1904 in Parker Co., TX. He married Lottie Mayberry; born Abt. 1905.
+       173       iii.       Fred Henderson Sharp, born 1905 in Parker Co., TX.
+       174       iv.       John L. Sharp, born 1906 in Parker Co., TX.
       175       v.       Ruby Adalyn Sharp, born 1908 in Parker Co., TX. She married Bufford Aaron Wilson; born Abt. 1900.
       176       vi.       Hubert H. Sharp, born Oct 1909 in Parker Co., TX; died in Died young?.
       177       vii.       Mamie Sue Sharp, born 1913 in Parker Co., TX. She married Lloyd Preston Smith; born 1905.
+       178       viii.       Raymond Wesley Sharp, born 1915 in Parker Co., TX.
+       179       ix.       Elam Lawrence Sharp, Jr., born 1916 in Parker Co., TX.


Generation No. 9

       173. Fred Henderson9 Sharp (Elam Lawrence8, Henry Laurens7, Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1905 in Parker Co., TX. He married Mary Ruth Ward. She was born Abt. 1910.
       
Children of Fred Sharp and Mary Ward are:
       180       i.       Freda Marilyn10 Sharp, born Abt. 1935.
       181       ii.       Leola Sharp, born Abt. 1935.


       174. John L.9 Sharp (Elam Lawrence8, Henry Laurens7, Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1906 in Parker Co., TX. He married Reubie Strickland. She was born Abt. 1910.
       
Children of John Sharp and Reubie Strickland are:
       182       i.       Reudolph10 Sharp, born Abt. 1935.
       183       ii.       Landa Cheryl Sharp, born Abt. 1935.


       178. Raymond Wesley9 Sharp (Elam Lawrence8, Henry Laurens7, Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1915 in Parker Co., TX. He married Opal Virginia Mills. She was born 1910.
       
Child of Raymond Sharp and Opal Mills is:
       184       i.       Larry Joe10 Sharp, born Abt. 1935.


       179. Elam Lawrence9 Sharp, Jr. (Elam Lawrence8, Henry Laurens7, Elam6, Elam5, William4, Thomas3, Thomas2, Thomas1 Sharpe) was born 1916 in Parker Co., TX. He married Mozette Pinson. She was born 1910.
       
Children of Elam Sharp and Mozette Pinson are:
       185       i.       Janice Kaye10 Sharp, born Abt. 1940.
       186       ii.       Sharon Lou Sharp, born Abt. 1940.


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