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Re: John Caleb Traywick (b. cir 1868) & Zachariah Traywick
Posted by: Sarah Garrison (ID *****2551) Date: November 02, 2009 at 12:56:23
In Reply to: John Caleb Traywick (b. cir 1868) & Zachariah Traywick by Sherry Thomas of 152

Hi, Sherry,

I have verified through census records that Sarah Rosanna Traywick WAS the mother of Zachariah Taylor Traywick (my great grandfather). She's listed in the 1850, 1860, and 1870 census records as living in Berryman Jr.'s household as daughter, never married; she's living with her Uncle Asa Traywick in 1880 (as housekeeper); can't find 1890 records; in 1900 and 1920 she's listed as mother, never married, in Zachariah's households. What I have never found is any record that Zachariah and John Caleb were brothers. Berryman Jr. and Martha had another daughter who lived with them as an adult - Martha Adline - she's there until 1880 and age 38. Wonder if she could be Caleb's mother? I don't remember the census saying "never married" for her like it did for Sarah Rosa.

I also do know for sure that Berryman Jr is the third of eight children of Berryman Traywick Sr (b: Abt1779 in Wake County, NC d: Abt1819 in Anson County, NC) & Martha Hyatt. Berryman Sr's parents were: Robert Traywick Jr (b: Abt 1729 in Stafford Co VA; d: September 12, 1800 in Wake, NC) and Moore Berryman. Robert Jr's parents: Robert TRAWEEK(b: Abt 1700 in Stafford, VA; d: Abt1769)& Marjorie Lunsford. His parents: Robarde Traweek (b: November 13, 1668 in Cornwall County, England d: 1730 in on ship Plymouth, will probated in England) & Elinor Hall.

Now - what can you tell me of John Caleb's line?


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