Notes

[NI00002] Mae died of diabetics.

[NI00006] William E Wilkey and Minnie Bioza Hamby: Marriage Records: Performed at James Hamby, in the county of Hopkins, in the presence of Ed Osborn and Buddie Franklin, performed by J J Wilkey

1920 Dawson, Hopkins, KY: William E, Cora B, Maude, Eldie, Everett M

[NI00010] Callie W. Lamb and Surilda Catherine Hamby: Marriage License: performed by John D Oates, in the presence of L Flake, Rev W Hogard and Charley Flake

[NI00011] Cora Lou Hamby and Mack T. Lamb: Marriage License: performed at Mrs. Cassy Hamby, in the presence of E G Hamby and A G Lamb

[NI00033] Marriage License: performed by J Story at C W Simons, in the presence of B J Pritchett, Garnett Hamby and Wm C W Simons.

J Y Crabtree, KY Death Index, Certificate 07286

[NI00089] Birth: Newton Co., Book B, page 2361

[NI00090] Birth: Newton Co., Book B, page G1

[NI00091] Birth: Newton Co., Book B, page 1048

[NI00094] Marriage: Newton Co., Boox 5, page 256

[NI00114] Charles Brunk: is a Professor in Milwaukee, WI.

[NI00131] Marriage: Newton Co., Book 7, page 225

[NI00146]

Janet graduated from Athens High School in 1950 and went to work for
Southern Bell in September 1950. She was employed there for almost 40
years and retired in 1990.

[NI00149]

Larry graduated from Athens High School in 1954 and immediately joined
the United States Marine Corps. He served 3 years then graduated from
the University of Georgia with a degree in Wildlife Biology. He worked
with the Ga. Dept of Natural Resources, The U S Dept of Interior and
taught at UGA.

[NI00150]

Nancy graduated from Athens High School in 1958 and then went to work as
a dental technician, bank teller, a Doctor's receptionist, and an
administrative assistant for the Athens Business Council, before taking
a job with the Athens Regional Hospital.

[NI00151]

David graduated from Athens High School in 1962 and began working with
Southern Bell after 2 years in college. He was in the Army for 2 years
from 1966 to 1968 and spent one year in Vietnam. He returned to his job
at Southern Bell and wound up in management in Lilburn, Georgia.

[NI00152]

Herry graduated from Athens High School in 1964, started at the
University of Georgia, was drafter and served in the U.S. Army from
1967-1969. He started with the State of Georgia, Dept of Revenue in 1975.
Married in 1979, and transferred to the Parole Board in 1979. His wife
Wanda had a child, Jason Westmoreland from a previous marriage.

[NI00153]

Mary graduated from Athens High School in 1969. She began her work
history as a waitress at the Georgia Center at age 15 and worked at a
variety of jobs before becoming a teacher's aide in the Dawson school
system. In 1989, she started working with the Oconee County school
system as a Teachers Aid/Para-professional.

[NI00183] Birth: Newton Co., Book B, 60-119

[NI00263] 1880 Smyyna, Cobb, Georgia: Lumpkin G, Lula, Claud E, Tally J, Olave, Clara, Robert P - Brother

[NI00284] Marriage 2: Cobb Co., Book K, page 90

[NI00287] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book M, page 176

[NI00288] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book O, page 597

[NI00298] 1880 Harris Co., GA: Charles M, Ella B, Hershel M

[NI00536] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861
Mildred E. (Hamby) Martin, KY Death Index, Certificate 15455

[NI00559] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Albus, Lee, Clifton, Charlie, Edna, Orlander (father) ]
1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Albus, Lee, Charles, Edna]

[NI00629] 1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Tiberius, Harriett E, Franklin]
1920 Hopkins Co., KY: Demitt, Harriett, lennie, Lucian

[NI00635] Harriet E (Sisk) Oldham, KY Death Index, Certificate 14183

[NI00640] Emma (Hamby) Crabtree, KY Death Index, Certificate 10465
Dulin Crabtree, KY Death Index, Certificate 17983

1920 Christian Co., KY: Dulin, Emma

[NI00646]

Will of Aquilla Brasher, dated 17 Sept 1859:

Wife, Lucy, all estate and after her death to be divided among my sons,
viz, Thomas Brasher, Green Brasher and John H. Brasher. Also names son
William T. Brasher, and daughters Polly Lindley and Nancy Hamby. Exr.,
son Thomas Brasher. Wit: John West and Williamson N. Gee. Recorded 30
May 1866.

[NI00702] US Army WWI 13 years, Capt., US Air Corps 17 years.

[NI00762] 1840 Tallapoosa Co., AL: 1 m < 5 William 5, 1 m 5-10 James 7, 1 m 30-40 David 30
1850 Tallapposa Co., AL: David, Serena, Tabitha, James, William, Martha, David, Jesse, Marion
1860 Tallapoosa Co., AL: Serena, Tabitha, James, David, Jesse, Frances

[NI00764] 1860 Carter Co., TN: Thomas, Elizabeth, Amanela, Danile, Lisa
1880 Elk Creek, Carter, TN: Thomas, Elizabeth J, Arzilla and James Keller

[NI00770] 1880 Elk Creek, Carter, TN: Millie C, William, niece Elizabeth Hamby

[NI00826]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI00828]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI00829]

coup

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI00830]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI00885]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY [Mitchell, Elizabeth, Sam E, Saluida, Hilda,
Mary C, James M, Nancy E, George C]

[NI00934] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book L, page 408

[NI00975] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book G, page 313

[NI00976] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book I, page 554

[NI00983] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book H, page 156

[NI00984] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book I, page 7

[NI00986] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book I, page 282

[NI01000] He died while a cadet at Ga. Military Institute.

[NI01001] Moved to Terrell TX and established an ice-cream factory that remained under family control until 1972.

[NI01113] William C. Hamby was a Baptist Pastor in Robinson, Illinois and played Pro Baseball for a while.

[NI01164] 1880 District 13, Roane, TN: Clerinda living with Henry King and family

[NI01193]

Sarah, physically resembles Ben's side of the family. Tall, slender,
and the only one with blue eyes. Sarah met Dana while at
UNC-Greensboro. Sarah's

roommate's boyfriend was in the Navy and set Sarah up with Dana on a
blind date. After 20 years in the Navy and living in Hawaii,
Mississippi, Georgia,

S.C. Virginia-twice, and California, Spain, they retired to Manassas Va.
Sarah has taught English and has been an award winning teacher in
several of the schools she has worked. She enjoys reading and finished
her Masters degree in 1995.

[NI01196]

Barbara-ME- . I love to read and have an obscession with Tsarist
Russian History. I love to travel, and am so glad my sister married
someone in the Navy so I always had someplace to go and stay cheap. I
graduated from Appalachian State University in 1975 with a major in
Business Adm. Employed for 8 years with Lowes Companies and is
presently employed at the Wilkes County Board of Education as bookkeeper
for Federal programs and other accounts

[NI01259] 1880 Morgan, Dade, MO: John W, Sarah A, Henry E, Lou Eva

[NI01266] 1920 Crofton, Christian, Kentucky: Ben J, Ruby L, Harriet E, Mayble

[NI01347]

heart attack

[NI01406]

In early life he took up the study of law and he was one of the
prominent attorneys of his day. He was mayor of Crossville for some
time and was accorded the esteem and respect of all who knew him.
During the Spanish-American war he served as major of the 1st Tennessee
Volunteer Regiment and was stationed at Key West, FL.

[NI01412]

Buried Lovelady Cemetery, Byrdstown, Tennessee

[NI01432]

Buried: Forest Lawn Cemetery

[NI01438] 1880 District 5, Cumberland, TN: Martha, Ruben A, William T, Robert L, Vinson

[NI01465]

Tennessee Nurse Army Nurse Corps WWI

[NI01466] 1880 District 13, Roane, TN: Henry, Marthy, Virginia, Virgil, Julius Hamby, Clerinda Hamby, Rinda Hamby

[NI01527] Private Co., E 1st Reg on Tennessee Vol. Inf.
Honorable discharge 09/17/1864 as Nashville.

1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Julius, Mary E, John O, Martha, Lilla, Elmira

[NI01542] 1850 Scott Co., TN: Joel, F, Louisa, Anna, John, Lucinda, James
1880 Robbins or Black Creek, Scott, TN: J M, Francis, Francis Smith (granddaughter), Mathew Smith

[NI01579]

Cause of death: Whooping cough

[NI01619]

Polly died young

[NI01622]

Never married

[NI01632]

Never married.

Sgt US Army WWII, retired

[NI01651]

Crossville Chronicle 8/30/1899: "Dock Grasham and William Potter died in
a well of Carbonic Acid at Mrs. Gangs. Married to a daughter of Mr.s
Gang about 1 year aog. Father lived in Grassy Cover.

[NI01684] Charles was killed by a train in Lansing, Morgan, TN.

[NI01724]

Cause of death: Heart failure

[NI01726] The public schools of Des Moines, IA afforded him his early education and he was graduated from high school at Crossville. He attended university in the Philippine Islands from 1915 to 1916 and then
returned to Tennessee and enter the Cumberland University at Lebanon. He graduated with the LL. B. degree in 1922 and practiced in Crossville. He was a private in the U.S. Army, serving in China from
1911 to 1914, and in 1919 was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the Philippine Scouts.

[NI01937]

Never married

[NI01948]

Cause of death: Diphtheria

[NI02012]

Cause of death: Flux and pneumonia

[NI02015] Little is known, she signed land transfer deeds recorded in the Rabun Co., Court House in about 1887. Court records of about 1915 list her as Hulda Malinda Hamby Martin of Westminster, South Carolina., by Mel Cox

[NI02016] Per verble history: John grew up with his grandmother Patsy. He also referred to Unke Zeke [Ezekial].

1880 Smiths Bridge, Macon, NC: John C, M Louisa, William J, Calvin

[NI02017] No children

[NI02039]

Cause of death: Diphtheria

[NI02105]

The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tn., Tuesday, February 18, 1997, page 4A:

"Harold H. Hassler, 83, of Cookeville, died Sunday, Feb. 16, 1997, at
Masters Rest

Home in Cookeville.

Mr. Hassler was the father of Rita Ann Holdaway of Clinton.

He was born in Pickett County on Feb. 10, 1914, the youngest son of
Egbert F. and

Ferbie Tompkins Hassler. He was a 1940 graduate of Tennessee
Technological

University and taught school for 10 years. For 14 years, he was
superintendent of Pickett

County Schools.

In 1958, Mr. Hassler moved to Cookeville and owned a used car business
for 10 years.

He was a member of First Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.
He was a

Mason, a member of Eastern Star, a member of the Retired Teachers
Association and

the National Rifle Association.

Five brothers and three sisters, Lester Hassler, Everett Hassler,
Vernon Hassler, Lloyd

Hassler, Floyd Hassler, Maude Smith, Sarah Elder and Minnie Haswell,
died earlier.

In addition to his local daughter, Mr. Hassler is survived by his wife,
Estelle Murphy

Hassler; another daughter, Sherry Tubb of Cookeville; four
grandchildren, Mark and

Michael Holdaway of Clinton, Lesley Tubb of Memphis and Eric Tubb of
Tullahoma;

and several nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be held at 2 today, Feb. 18, Central Standard Time, in
the chapel of

Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home in Cookeville with the Rev. Charles
MCaskey

officiating. Burial will be at Lovelady Cemetery in Pickett County.

The family requests any memorials be in the form of donations to the
American

Diabetes Association or to the American Heart Association."

[NI02203] April 28, 1887 Walter began the 1st manufacturing industy in Crossville.
September 22, 1887 he lost his left thumb in planer accident.

[NI02222]

Never married.

[NI02236]

1899 Cumberland Co., Court Clerk

[NI02243]

Cause of death: pneumonia

[NI02261]

October 2, 1918 registered for the army

[NI02267]

December 30, 1886 Honor Roll Webster College

July 15, 1896 worked for C.S. Railroad at Burgin, KY

[NI02432] He died in WWII.

[NI02467]

Cause of death: typhoid fever

[NI02468]

Never married

[NI02469]

Cause of death: typhoid fever

[NI02496]

cause of death: kicked by a mule

[NI02622] 1880 San Jose, Santa Clara, California: William J

[NI02631] April 20, 1862 joined, Law's Ala Brigade, 47th Regiment, Co. K (Goldthwait Grays). Wounded October 7, 1864 in both legs. Was taken to Howard's Grove Hospital in Richmond, Va. Appears on Hospital Muster Roll Dec 1864.

1860 Tallapoosa Co., AL: living with J. T. Burton and family

[NI02637] 1880 Duffers, Tallapoosa, AL: Wm, Morty, John Thomas, James O
1900 Talapoosa Co., AL: Wm, Martha A, Benjamin G, Ruben C, Alfred C, Albert L, Ella May, Esaw, Jacob

[NI02673] He never married.

[NI02674] He never married.

[NI02928] He died in WWII.

[NI02972] Isabella left her family and married Mack Barnes and had nine children.

[NI03014] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas, Laura J, Dewey H]

Laura (Hamby) Walker, KY Death Index, Certificate 25041
Thomas H Walker, KY Death Index, Certificate 07286

[NI03025] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Birchfield, Malisia, Freddie, Maxie, Lois]

[NI03036] 1900 Christian Co., KY [John J, Mildred E, Warn, Dessie, Vina, Gilmer]

[NI03041] He died during WW II.

[NI03125] 1880 Morgan, Dade, MO: Richard, Emily

[NI03335]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA

[NI03846] There are four John's in the 1790 South Carolina census. I grouped one under each known man based on were they were located at the time.

1773 granted land on Lick Creek
11-1804 John Sr. sold part of land originally granted to said John to John Johnson
1-1808 John Sr. sold part of land originally granted to said John to John Arnold

1790 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m >16; 2 m <16; 4 f
1800 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m 26-45; 1 m 45+; 1 f 26-45

[NI04141]

LANCASTER - Mr. Robert William Hamby, 53, of 1686 Partridge Hill Road,
died Monday, May 17, 1993, at his home. A memorial service will be 8
p.m. Wednesday at Cauthen Funeral Home, with the Rev. Frank J. Griffith
officiating. The graveside service will be 3 p.m. Thursday at Oakgrove
Cemetery in Rockwood, Tenn. Born in Rockwood, Mr. Hamby was plant
manager for Springs Industries, Grace Bleachery. He was a Clemson
University graduate and had received business awards in industrial
management. Surviving are his wife, Mary Wohlman Hamby; his son,
Gregory Paul Hamby of Dublin, Va.; his

daughter, Robin H. Nixon of Radford, Va.; his mother, Bessie Stoddard of
Kingston, Tenn.; his sister, Violetta Swykert of Kingston; and one
grandchild.

The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Cauthen
Funeral Home.

[NI04162] 1850 Rabun Co., GA: age 60
1870 Rabun Co., Census: age 75, living with her grandson William (William Jefferson's eldest son]
Also in the same household is John Cadwell Calhoun, age 17.

[NI04163] From Mel Cox:

Adding Polly Ann as a spouse of William is based on the court case referred to below. She is not listed in the census while Jeff's 1st wife was alive, nor is she listed in the household after Jeff's death. That
is, only in 1860.
In 1997, Grace Pauline Hamby Brown, aged 94, gave me (Mel Cox) what she remembered of her "Aunt" Polly and her only children, 2 sons, their wives and children. All that I have listed about them is from her, except that the Rabun Co., census of 1860 listed Ezekial as a child; her grave stone in South Carolina, and Jeff D's grave stone are in the same cemetery.
A Court Case for land condemnation in Rabun Co., (No 126) lists Polly's 2 sons (Zeke and Jeff) along side Willim J's children as his heirs, confirming them as HIS children.
And finally (1998) Kristy Smith found an entry in the Keowee Courier-November 13, 1858. Married on Thrusday the 4th inst. at Whetstone by D. P. Robins, Esq., Wm J Hamby of Rabun Co., Georgia to Miss Mary Compton of Pickens.

1880 Oconee, South Carolina: Polley A, Jefferson D, John P Wilson, Jane Carpenter - Niece, Bell Carpenter - Niece

[NI04168] John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual in 1940. In fact, we visited him in 1940, and Fate informed me of his birth out of wedlock. Fate's 1st cousin, same age and perhaps Fate's best lifelong friend. They had "batched" together while attending Young Harris College. Fate told me of the speculation that Bobs father might have been old Judge Logan E Bleckley, later Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. Two of his Granddaughters, however, thought in 1995 that it was more likely to have been John Marcus Bleckley, of the same family. He was a very successful and respected lawyer and Politician. He served both in the Georgia Legislature and Senate, representing Rabun Co. Fate, representing Gilmer County, served with him in 1928 Legislature. Ritchie tells the story of a mining Engineer becoming his benefactor and sponsoring Bob Hambys education. This engineer was Dr. Heman Lucas, who made such a positive impression on Joshua Franklin Earl that he named a child after him, Heman Lucas Earl, who became an MD. How Dr. Lucas sponsoring Bob translated into Fate accompanying him to college, we do not know.

[NI04170] From Mel Cox:

From the Keowee Courier, 20 March 1884: "The remains of Calvin Hamby, eighteen years of age, who was killed in Alabama on the 19th instant, by the fatal storm, reached our town (Walhalla, South Carolina) yesterday by the day train on the Air Line. The young man was a native of Rabun Co., Georgia, where his remains were carried for a second Internment." There being no rail connection to Rabun Co., Georgia, the remainder of the trip had to be by other means. There are other references on the page to "the cyclone" dated February, 1884.

Harry Vinson had told Mel in 1993 of his Uncle Calvin Hamby, son of Mary Ann, and of his death in Alabama, adding that his Uncle Bob (R E A Hamby) had gone over there for his funeral. He also told Mel of his Uncle Martin (or Beck), also a son of Mary Ann.

[NI04171] Thought to be the son of Martin Beck, whose family raised him. Sometimes known as Martin Beck.

1880 census: listed as Martin Hamby, farm laborer, with Martin,RIN 782 and Martha Beck.

[NI04174] Moved to western US, per Harry Vinson.

[NI04175] Last data we have on Mary is 1880 census, age 15.

[NI04176] Buried Double Springs Baptist Church, Mountain Rest, Oconee Co., South Carolina
unmarked grave

one who went to Ohio, but he at least visited back in Rabun Co. Harry Vinson remembered referring to him as "pouting Zeke". He also referred to him as "one of the Long Creek Hambies".

Mel had several telcons in 1994 with his g.grandaughter, Sherry Lynn Blazer, who gave him all of the info on his marriage and his descendants. Most of her data relative to his marriage and children come from burial records at a paupers cemetery in Hamilton, OH where 3 of his children were buried in 1910. Sherry's Grandmother had been placed in an orphanage a few years later as Ezekiel and wife moved elswhere.

Sherry was only able to find the names of four children out of at least 7.

[NI04177] Keowee Courier October 4 1905; James Hamby of Miles City, MO and Ella Hamby of Clatyon, Georgia were married by Rev. H.C. Grossman September 27 1905 at the residence of Robert Cheek, Walhalla, South Carolina. The young couple left the same evening for their new home in Montana.

Dr Wallace Hamby says she married James Hamby. He died in 1940.
This would be James Hamby, son of Sarah Minerva Hamby. First cousins!!

[NI04178] John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual in 1940.

[NI04179]

[Armist.FTW]



John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual in

1940. TERRILL raised his family in the "Hale Ridge Community" way

out Warwoman from Clayton.

[NI04181]

[Armist.FTW]



John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual in

1940. It was John L Hamby's family bible that identified Jerusha's

maiden name as Pelfrey.

[NI04187] Data on both from headstone.
They had no children.

[NI04188] Fannie, Nettie, and Mollie were sisters, daughters of Brink Duncan.

[NI04192] William J. Hamby: Headstone with birth and death dates, Hamby Cemetery, off Hale Ridge Rd. Rabun Co., Georgia. May have been called, "Jessie".

[NI04194] Eldeny Hamby : Homesteaded, Texas Twn, Dent Co., Mo., near Texas Co. line 1849 and 1853. Member of the Methodist Church 65 yrs. ( Inf. from obituary on his brother, Silas K. Hamby, "Ozark Heritage, Dent Co., Mo. Cemeteries and Families, 1851-1994, Vol. 3 )

[NI04195] Mary R. Hamby : Her Headstone clearly says Speed.

[NI04199] Joseph M. Hamby: reared several children, and have lived for years (in 1977) at Prentiss, in Macon Co., North Carolina, USA.

[NI04204] Nelson Hamby moved to California during the Gold Rush.

[NI04215] Maude never married but had a child by Harmon Fincher.

[NI04229] Never married.

[NI04245] Widow of William Brooks.

[NI04255] In the 1900 census, it's listed that she and her parents were born in North Carolina, USA.

[NI04256] Questionable identification of this Individual. Lived in Walhalla, South Carolina., in 1977

[NI04264] Obit: Anderson Independent-Mail, 6-6-1997
Surviving sons: Douglas, Mountain Rest; Davis, Mountain Rest; Clate E, Walhalla; Ed, Walhalla
Surviving daughters: Sue Stubblefield, Walhalla; Gladys Harbin, Walhalla

[NI04267] 1880 Robbins or Black Creek, Scott, TN: James, Sarah, C S P, Minnie, Addie, Fed Jones, Allen Jones, Thomas Butler, Joe Fitspatreck, Joel McCart

[NI04274] They lived near the top of Stump House Mountain, and near her childhood home.

[NI04277]

They had 11 children, 9 alive in 1977. The 9 listed here are from

Robert P. Hambys " Tribute to......." , Keowee Courier, 1977.

[NI04281]

" of the Double Springs (South Carolina) community, one of the daughters of

Deacon Marty Phillips of Double Springs Baptist Church."

[NI04283] No Children

[NI04284] Witness on marriage license; M Bulkey, M J. Bulkey, D. Hamby

1880 Shoal Creek, Cherokee, NC: Larkin, Harriet, Sarah

[NI04289] For more than 20 years pastor of First Baptist Church, Talladega, AL. After retirement lived in Talladega.

[NI04292] no children

[NI04306]

lived near Walhalla, South Carolina

[NI04309]

Chief USN

[NI04311]

He migrated to the far west, deceased.

[NI04314]

lived near Walhalla, South Carolina.

[NI04316]

In 1996, lived at1305 N. Oberlin Rd., Spokane, WA 99206

[NI04318] This couple is reported in the west in about 1915

[NI04326]

Frank and Edith had no children.



As they used to say, Frank was bad to drink. On Christmas Eve of

1914, he went on a spree, got a pistol and ammo from his Dad's

hardware store and "shot up the town" of Ellijay, killing a young

man named Herschel Teem, who had been engaged to Pearl Cox. She

never married. Wounded himself, Frank recovered and wound up in

the State Prison Farm at Milledgville. He was paroled to join the

Marines in 1917 and went to France as a part of the AEF. He stayed

on in Germany as a part of the Army of Occupation.

Frank could never stay in a job very long.

[NI04409]

Buried: Shiloh Methodist Church, Cobb Co., Georgia

[NI04414]

Buried: Shiloh Methodist Church, Cobb Co., Georgia

[NI04446]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA-with parents

[NI04726] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [AB, MJ, FK, Teague, B]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Anderson, Marcella J] - farmer

Anderson Croft, KY Death Index, Certificate 17716
Marcellus (Campbell) Croft, KY Death Index, Certificate 12480

[NI04956]

Chiropractor

[NI05013] Born on the old Kibler place between Altoona and Vilas, Wilson Co., Kansas
Moved to Chanute, Neosho Co., Kansas about 1943 to 1723 South Evergreen (approximate address)
Parents bought home with 5 city lots at 1902 South Highland around 1945
Went to kindergarten at Cross School on South Evergreen St.
Grades 1-4 at Roosevelt School on South Evergreen St.
Grades 5-Half-year 6th at Cross School
Last half year 6th grade at newly-built James B. Hutton School (Near Katy City Park)
Grades 7-9 at Royster Jr. High School on West Main St.

Family moved to Oklahoma City in 1955 due to father being transferred (worked for Santa Fe R.R.)
Completed High School (Grades 10-12) at Central High School, in Oklahoma City,

Worked summer job at Speas Vinegar in the 1700 block of Northwest 6th in Oklahoma City, and then full-time until going into army in 1959. Served until 1962, S.N. RA18575138, serving in Korea for 14 mos.,in Ft. Hood, Tex. approximately 12 mos. and went to Germany Dec. 1961 because Berlin Wall went up, until being discharged in 1962 Moved to Sacramento, California. (1962) and worked for the Sacramento Signal Depot (later became Sacramento Army Depot) as an Electronic Technician until the Depot was closed. Retiring in January of 1994.

[NI05015] Hilda grew up in Stockton, Calif., and graduated from Stockton Junior College (12th grade).
Her parents, Earl Graham Jones and Hazel Lueviana Hensley, moved to Okla. City in1957, where she met and married William Roy Hamby on August 4, 1959. He entered the Army, and during his tour, two children were born; William Ray, on June 18, 1960, and Rachelle Elaine Hamby, on September 27, 1961. After Bill was discharged from the Army in May of 1962, they relocated in Stockton, Calif. Bill found work at the Sacramento Army Depot as a civilian employee, and they moved to Sacramento, purchasing their first home in 1965 at 5407 Cabrillo Way. In 1972 they purchased, with her bother James and his wife Linda, a 20 acre parcel in Galt, (now Wilton,) Calif. They had it split, and moved onto the property in1974. (James and Linda had been renting, so they bought a trailer house, and moved onto the property in 1972.) The Hamby's had a home built in 1985, and are there as of this date,Feb. 16, 1997.

In 1974, Hilda went to work at McClellan Air Force Base as a pneudraulic Mechanic, and retired in Oct 1994, (effective February 12, 1995) not missing the work, but missing friends made over the years.

[NI05017] Rachelle drives a school bus for Arcohe Elementary School, part of the Galt School system. This is the same school she attended in 8th grade, and where her children went to school. (A rural area). She also works part time now for her boyfriend, who owns a feedlot, and has a manure spreading business as a side-line. She drives one of the spreaders for him, and other odd jobs, fetching parts, moving the trucks from site to site, etc. Share custody of the kids, she with 60%.

[NI05018] Michelle was born to Fred Jack O'Shea and Helen Elizabeth Williams.
Her oldest daughter is Chasity Lynn Garrett, (father-David Garrett)...Born April 16, 1975
next oldest is Mary Lynn Rojo, born September 25, 1981.(father-Jim Rojo )
next is Elizabeth Lynn Rojo, born February 20, 1986 .(father-Jim Rojo).
Michelle has one brother, Jack O'Shea,and one sister, Kathleen Lynn Nix.

[NI05022] Family lived on the old Kibler place between Altoona and Vilas, Wilson Co., Kansas when he was born.
Moved to Chanute, Neosho Co., Kansas about 1943 to 1723 South Evergreen (approximate address)
Parents bought home with 5 city lots at 1902 South Highland around 1945.
Grades 1-4 at Roosevelt School on Evergreen St.
Grades 5-6 at Cross School
Grades 7-9 at Royster Jr. High School on West Main St.
Grades 10-11 Chanute Sr. High School on South Highland.
Family moved to Oklahoma City in 1955 due to father being transferred (worked for Santa Fe R.R.)
Completed 12th grade at Central High School in Oklahoma City.
Went to a piano-tuning school in Pennsylvania.
Worked a number of years tuning pianos.
Before working at the main Post Office in downtown Oklahoma City, retiring approximately 1992.
Now runs Ed Hamby Piano Tuning in Oklahoma City, and teaches piano and guitar.

[NI05023] Born on the old Kibler place between Altoona and Vilas, Wilson Co., Kansas
Moved to Chanute, Neosho Co., Kansas about 1943 to 1723 South Evergreen (approximate address)
Parents bought home with 5 city lots at 1902 South Highland around 1945
Went to kindergarten at Cross School on South Evergreen St.
Grades 1-4 at Roosevelt School on South Evergreen St.
Spent half-year of 5th grade at Cross School
Last half-year 5th and 6th grades at the James B. Hutton School (Near Katy Park)
Grades 7 and 8th at Royster Jr. High School, on West Main St.

Family moved to Oklahoma City in 1955 due to father being transferred (worked for Santa Fe R.R.)
Went to Central High School in Oklahoma City for grades 9-12
Employed at Tinker Air Force outside Oklahoma City.

[NI05029] Adopted when 3 days old.

[NI05032] Interred: Topeka Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas
found in school records: Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill, in the years Feb. 1902, no age given, 1903, age 5, 1906 no age given, and 1907, age 9.

[NI05033] Interred: Fairview or Lively Cemetery, (Near) Houston, Randolph Co. Illinois

Death record, (obtained in 1997) said she died of Croup. She died after playing with toys at a black smith shop in Marissa, Ill., where she had gone with her Dad. The toys had belonged to a little boy who had died of Diptheria, and she died three days later, and is buried at Fairview Cemetery, near Houston, Ill.

[NI05034] Died shortly after Christmas - 1916 Lung Hemorrage
Interred: Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Wilson Co., Kansas
Note: Got her feet wet on way to school, got Pneumonia, turned to TB. Told her Mom she wanted to live past Christmas.

found in school records: Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill., in 1906, age 5and a 1st grader, 1907, age 6

[NI05035] Interred: Fairview or Lively Cemetery, (Near) Huston, Randolph Co., Illinois
Note: Was never well, sickly from birth.

[NI05037] Jan.12,1997-Address-Living with her daughter (Bernice) Mrs.James Wyrsch
worked at the Kansas State Hospital at Topeka, Ks, as a receptionist.

[NI05038] 2nd child of Earl and Nancy O'Neal, raised in Sacramento and Galt, and graduated from Galt High School in 1976. Married to Rachelle Elaine Hamby on May 23, 1980, at her parents home, 10575 Alta Mesa Rd., Galt,(now Wilton) Frank's work is with a lumberyard, driving a delivery truck on short hauls.

Their marriage dissolved in 1996. He now resides in Herald, Ca., (Guisti Rd.), and Rachelle is also located in Herald, Ca. (Angrave Rd.)

[NI05039] Summer of 1998, worked at the lumberyard where his father works, doing clean-up, etc. 8 hrs a day, and likes it. Saving his money for a transmission for his car, one he bought from Rachelle's boyfriend, and
had been owned by his daughter, Jessica.

[NI05041] Burial: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Houston, Randolph Co. Illinois. Next to the Fairview Baptist Church. Fairview Baptist Church is located on Ridge Rd. 2.5 miles south of Ill. Hwy. 154, between Sparta and Houston, Ill. (2miles west of Sparta and 3.1 miles east of Houston) Melvin found in 1850 Crawford Co., Mo. age 5 (with parents) #0443605

1860 Nothing found of family that year.
1870 Jefferson Co., Ill. age 24 (with wife, one child, William and father)#545732 Marcy P.O.pg. 433
Edom, his father, and Elizabeth Irvin, her sister, living with them.
1880 Miller Co., Mo. age 34 (name spelled Hanby) #1254703
1900 Randolph Co., Ill. Baldwin Prect. age 54 #1240337

[NI05042] Sarah E. found in 1880 Miller Co., Mo. at age of 5, living with parents. #1254703
1900 Randolph Co., Ill. at age of 25, Living w/ father. #1240337

[NI05043] "Milton" found in Randolph Co., Ill. 1900, age 20 (Baldwin )
Could have been in Anna State Hospital, Union Co.
Illinois (1910 census ) age 30
Found on school records: Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill. in the years 1895, 96, 97, 99, 1900, 01.

[NI05044]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Found in 1900 census Baldwin Precinct,Randolph Co.,Ill., age 18
#1240337

1910 " " " " " " age 27
#1374332



Cornelius' birthplace given as Illinois, on his son, Robert's, birth
certificate, and their address at that time was 4407 & 1/2 E. 7th St.,
Kansas City, Mo.



Cornelius found in school records,

Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill, 1894, 95, 96, 97, 1900, 01, and in
1900 there was a notation by the teacher that Neil stopped school in
March.

[NI05045]

Coronary Occlusion

[HildaHamby.FTW]



1920 Census Ottowa, Frankland Co. Kansas Page #94B LDS# 1820532

Living on Red Jacket Street

Thomas C. Hamby M Age 34

Emma E. Hamby F Age 37

Doris J. Hamby F Age 4 3/12

Ester Delane Hamby F Age 2 2/12

Delbert D. Mendenhall M Age 10 (step-son)



Thomas is interred at Highland Cemetery, Ottowa, Kansas, Towner's
Chapel Ottowa, Kansas



Thomas found on school records, Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill., in
the years 1895, 96, 97,99, 1900.

[NI05049]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Emma had a son by previous marrage : Delbert Mindinhall

Burial at Highland Cemertery Ottowa, Kansas. Lamb-Roberts Funeral Home,
Ottowa, Kansas

[NI05052]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



In 1956 her address was Wellsville, Kansas (on Fathers Death Cert.)

In Jan. 1980 Her address was 748 South Sycamore St. Ottawa, Kansas 66067
(on Mothers Death Cert.)

[NI05053]

Carcinoma of right lung, with metastasis

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Burial : Maple Grove Cemetery. Roper, Wilson Co. Kansas Funeral home:
Bring Funeral Home, Inc. -- Bring's Memorial Chapel P.O. Box 1423,
Tucson, Ariz.

Died : 1972, Tucson, Pima Co., Ariz. Carl Hayden Hospital

State of Arizona, Death Cert. # D 102-72-004152

Roy was a fine violinist, and made several as a hobby. His mother died
while he was very young, his father remarried, and Roy didn't get along
with his new mom, and he lived most of his young life with his aunt and
uncle, William Edward Hamby and Thankful Lucretia (Bushong) Hamby. Roy's
mother , Mary Hamby, was a sister to William Edward Hamby, and his
father John Gilbert Bushong, was a brother to Thankful Lucretia
(Bushong) Hamby, making him a double cousin to the children of William
and Thankful. Lived for a number of years at LeGrange, Ill., outside
of Chicago. Visited Bill and Gertrude Hamby in Chanute, Ks. before
1955.

Their address while they lived in Ariz: 150 Soledad

GreenVally, Ariz;. 85614

Pima County

Social Security # 707-09-3584

Veteran , service dates 1918-1919



found on school records: Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill. beginning
in the year 1900, Roy Hamby Bushong, age 6, 1901 as Roy Bushong, age 7,
02, age 7, 03, age 9. Continued to attend Houston School through 1906,
and 1907, age 13.

[NI05054]

Cerebrel Vascular insuffining (?)

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Burial : Maple Grove Cemetery , Roper/Fredonia, Wilson Co. Kansas

Died:July 19, 1985, burial handeled by Bring's Funeral Home, Inc.
Bring's Memorial Chapel,, P.O. Box 1423, Tucson, Ariz.

[NI05065] Born at 8:46 P. M. 19.75 inches long, 7.9 lbs. Breech, born Ceasarian.
Has a half-brother, Justin, born to her father, Christopher Roberts, abt. 8.

[NI05067] Army PFC Maurice D Copp, enter the Army ABT September 25, 1944. Took his training at Camp Robinson, Arkansas and went overseas in February, as a replacement for theSeventh Army Division to take part in his first campaign. Learning of his brother's (William) whereabouts on the island he spent a day looking for William before they finally met on May 17 for the first time in two and one-half years. Killed on ABT May 23, 1945.

Interred: Topeka Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas

[NI05107] Twin brother of Joshua Brett Copp.

[NI05108] Twin brother of Gregory John Copp.

[NI05109]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Marriage registration to Mary, said born in Ohio.

Buried at Sunset Memorial, "The Park Everlasting", 5200 Lucas Hunt Rd,

St. Louis City, Mo. Lot #6, Grave # 272.

John and Mary Hamby lost a child, then had a son Roy, and when he

was four or five years of age, she died at childbirth. (what happened to

the child?)



Nellie Bushong had the year of his birth as 1876. Her daughter Peggy
remembered him and always friendly and happy to see them when he stayed
with her grandparents, Geo. Warren and Lizzie Bushong, during periods
of when he was out of work. She said it seemed that George Warren and
Lizzie stayed with their kinfolks such as Uncle John and then later,
they were the ones to help Uncle John when he needed a place to stay.
While there, he made some lawn furniture out of wood and it was quite
nice for use in the yard. He fixed other things around the place, too.

The last time she remembered seeing Uncle John, he was married to Aunt
Mary,(Which one?) and they lived in St. Louis, and when they visited
them, they brought out a gigantic watermelon iced cold and they sat
around in the yard and ate it.

[NI05111] Joseph works for the Space program.

[NI05116] Interred: Topeka Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas

[NI05148] Daughter of Georgia's previous marrage- adopted by Harry "Herkie". (She was about 3 years at the time.)

[NI05159] 1880 Christian Co., KY: Matthew, Thomas, James P - listed as stepsons

[NI05161] Interred: Walshville, Montgomery Co.,Ill. (Walshville/Kirkland Cemetery) died of blood poisoning, pierced by a bull's horn.
1870 census, Jefferson Co., Ill, Mercy P. O. pg 433, with wife Mary, and two children.
1910 Census, Montgomery Co., Ill. pg 287, without Calvin. William still with mother, Mary A.

[NI05163] William had one arm, lost on train tracks, after having a couple of beers, and messing around with a couple of friends.

[NI05164] Mary Ann Minson, of Mt. Vernon, Ill, smoked a clay pipe with tobacco, died of chronic cardiac disease. Buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Walshville, Montgomery Co., Ill.

[NI05167] A very loving mother. The only one of her family to graduate from high school.

She started when she was 4 yrs old, and graduated at 16. She worked at Hanes in Winston Salem and stayed with Aunt Bea. She then joined the US Navy and did her basic training at Hunter College in New York. She was then tranferred to Washington DC and served there until she married Ben. She worked in the machine shop where the decoding equipment was developed

[NI05174] Laura made a sign out of all kinds of seeds that she had collected from the woods, for the church . The sign hung over the door of the Baldhill M. E. church in Jefferson Co., Ill, and hung there until the church was torn down many years later.

[NI05175] Cause of death: hemmorage of brain, -chopping ice for livestock.
Worked in the salt mines in St. John's Ill, in younger years. Was a clock/watch maker, and a farmer.
John is buried at Pt. Pleasant Cemetery, "Old Presbyterian Cemetery" in Walshville, Montgomery Co., Ill.

1910 Census, Mongomery Co., Ill. pg 283.

[NI05178] Cora lived as a child in Pinkneyville, Ill, her parents died when she was very young, and she was raised by Calvin and Mary Hamby. She cared for John's wife and child when they were sick with typhoid, and after their deaths, she married John. Cora is buried at Pt. Pleasant Cemetery, Walshville, Montgomery Co.,
Ill.

[NI05181] Died at age of 46, of a heart attack, buried at Sunnyside Cemetery, Sorento. Bond Co., Ill.

Lora Darlene said he had dark curly hair, was broad shouldered, dark complextion, liked to fish and hunt, played steel guitar,and had a low husky voice. Smoked, drank, and belonged to several organizations, VFW, Moose andMason's. Served in WW2 as seaman 1st class, Navy from 4 May, 1944 to 20 Jan, 1946.

[NI05182] Lawrence passed away at age 50. Was a farmer and a rural mail carrier in Sorento, Ill. Attended the Assy of God Church, in Litchfield. SS# 355163816 (or 18).

[NI05184] Melvin Hamby (nephew ) stated in Dec. 0f 1996, that Clarence had just passed away.
Clarence and Leona lived in Walshville area until they moved to Hillsboro in Apr. 1992.

[NI05189] Maude was a Methodist minister, married several of the Hamby's. She was 42 when she married.

[NI05191]
1860 Crittenden CO., KY [Jacob S, Mary N, Matilda J]

[NI05192] Buried at Baldhill Cemetery, Jefferson Co., Ill. ( near Washington-Jefferson Co. line) between DuBois and Waltonville-- (information from the Prairie Historian) approx 5 miles east of DuBois (second yellow light) turn right on road 300 (south) about 1 1/2 miles, turn right (west) about 3/4 miles to Cemetery on right.

[NI05196] Dennis married, divorced 1996, has son Bailey McCoy Hamby,

[NI05199] Jr. College wrestler at Forest Park Jr. College, St. Louis, MO.

[NI05207] Daniel has a B. A. in Psycology, S. W. Mo. State University.

[NI05208] Angela married, has a child,___ ___ Joshua, b.9 Aug. 1966.

[NI05213] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Lewis B, Lizze A, Claud]
1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Louis, Lizzie, Claude, Farris, Ilene]

[NI05218]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Died at childbirth: Did child live or die? Some think that child could
be

Lottie Hamby raised by William Edward and Thankful Lucretia Hamby.

William was brother to Mary and Thankful was the sister of John

Bushong.



Roy Bushong another child of Mary and John was 5 years old when his

mother died and went to live with William Edward and Thankful Lucretia

Hamby.



In letter to Naomi Hamby Copp, from Nellie Bushong Falkenheim, she

stated that Mary J Hamby Bushong lost their first baby , then they had

Roy. When he was three or four years old, she died (Letter dated Oct.

1991).

(?)Child that died was possibly a daughter named Mary Ann.



Mary J. found in 1880 Miller Co., Mo. at age of 7, living with parents.

#1254703



Mary may be buried at the Hughes Family Cemetery.

[NI05219] Could have been in the Topeka State Hospital. As per. Naomi (Hamby) Copp.
(Did find in the 1910 census of Gallston, Ill, a John Hamby living with an uncle John Lee, and cousin Joe Lee.[?])
found in 1880 Miller Co., Mo. at age of 3, living with parents. #1254703
1900 Randolph Co., Ill. Baldwin Precinct, at age of 22 #1240337
found in school records : Pleasant Ridge School, Houston, Ill. in the years 1896, age 19, and 1897, age 20.

[NI05226] The Miller children are all step-children to Florence,- Harrison's, by a previous marr.

[NI05249] married, one child, born abt 1981

[NI05250] married, with one child, Ashley , b. abt 1989

[NI05276] Delmar never married, was a welder in mfg. plant, loved to listen to records.

[NI05283] Lawrence adopted the two boys Connie had by a previous marriage.

[NI05362] B. of A. in Communications and Photo Journelism, Webster University, Mo.

[NI05373]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Married 1906 (?)

[NI05389] John and Sarah had a child born abt 1988.

[NI05390]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Married Nov. 6, 1926, in Drumright, Okla.

[NI05397] Clara buried at the Mt. (Pt.?) Pleasant Cemetery. Walshville, Montgomery Co., Ill.

[NI05401] Darvin married twice to Katherine, divorced in between.

[NI05409] Cause of death: typhoid fever

[NI05411] Cause of death: typhoid fever

[NI05422] Daniel and Carol had a child, born aft. 1989

[NI05426] Eagle Scout Aug., 5, 1987

[NI05524]

Gave Valedictory speech for her high school graduating class. Graduated
from John Brown University, Arkansas. Suffered from Schizophrenia.

[NI05525]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Found as submitter in WFT, March, 1998. Wrote to him, and he called us,
thanking us for the information we sent, which gave him another
generation back, (we Hope!), and concluded that we are related. They
live in Ingram, Texas.

E-mail address: WJimWstfll@aol.com

[NI05615]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Was married, before 1915.

[NI05617]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Was married abt 1900.

[NI05649]

[HildaHamby.FTW]



Lost a hand in corn picker.

[NI05661] Sarah Belle was employed as a school cook at Mount Pleasant in Wilkes County. She was struck by a truck and killed while walking to work.

[NI05673] Family found in 1860 Crawford Co., Mo. Pg 822., living with his father, Peter, age 64, Eliza Brickey, age 21, Jerry(?) Brickey, age 21, (m), and Kenneth and Hannah Finger, laborers. ages 26 and 25.

[NI05674] Family found in 1860 Dent Co., Mo. H.H. # 476/480

[NI05675] Family found in 1850 Census, Crawford Co., Mo., pg 226

[NI05676] Robert found with his parents in Washington Co., Mo. 1850, and in 1860 found with Louisa A in Crawford Co., Mo. Pg 807.

[NI05677] Died of measles during Civil War at Howes Mill, buried at Nelson Cemetery on Meramec.
George ran a store at Howes Mill and was a Notary Public;, was a brother to Joannah Nelson Swofford.
Family found in 1850 Census, Crawford Co., Mo. Pg. 221, H/H 456/456, #0443605.

[NI05685] Ozark Heritage 1851-1994, Vol. 3.

[NI05698] May have married a Richard Henry Welch, b. 1836, d. 1891. See "Dent Co. Family Trees" found on website sent by Byron Johnson.

[NI05702] buried at Concord Cemetery, Maples, Dent Co., MO.

Familly found on 1880 Census, Texas Co., Mo. E.D. 131, Vol 44, sheet 19,
line 45.

[NI05721] George is twin to "Melvin" Marvin .

[NI05737] Melvin is twin to George.

[NI05738] While kids were small, she locked them up in a room while husband away, and ran off with a whiskey drummer. (See article from Sacramento Bee , Aug. 25, 1965).

[NI05755]

[Armist.FTW]



Some evidence he died prior 1952.

[NI05756]

[Armist.FTW]



Gertie helped at the Earl House in the 30s, later was proprietor,

manager at the "Mountain View Inn" in Rabun Co. At the time of her

death, her obit said she was survived by one son and three

grandchildren.

[NI05759]

[Armist.FTW]



Perhaps, Harry

[NI05760]

[Armist.FTW]



We don't know who Beth married but old family correspondence

refers to her "children" and her "daughters". She apparently lived in

Montezuma, Georgia in 1962 and 1975

[NI05765]

[Armist.FTW]



Bobby was a druggist and lived for a while in Tampa, FL.

He married, about 1961, a woman who had children from a previous

marriage, and they had at least one child, about 1963.

[NI05788]

[Armist.FTW]



!Also known as "Sugar"

She went to college at what was later called the Georgia State College for

Women, in Milledgeville, Georgia. She took a job teaching at Plains, Georgia,

where she met and married O A Williams.

[NI05797]

[Armist.FTW]



Dau of Frank Martin Kadlec and Dorothy Day

[NI05798]

[Armist.FTW]



They were not married

[NI05805]

[Armist.FTW]



No children

[NI05809]

[Armist.FTW]



No children

[NI05822]

[Armist.FTW]



nee Bragg

[NI05842]

[Armist.FTW]



He was the son of Henry Williams (5-1-1800, 4-8-1874) and

Charlotte Bryon (11-2-1823, 10-15-1899) who settled near Plains,

Ga. They married 8-11-1839.



!They lived about 3 miles northwest of Plains on a farm which is still

in the williams family.

[NI05844]

[Armist.FTW]



!Moved to Jackson, Miss.

[NI05845]

[Armist.FTW]



!Farmer and Grocer, lived in Plains

[NI05846]

[Armist.FTW]



!Died at birth

[NI05847] Malinda Katherine Hamby: Inf. on her name and her husband from "Ozark Heritage, Dent Co., Mo. Cemeteries and Families, 1851-1994, Vol. 3.

[NI05850]

[Armist.FTW]



!Dau of Armistead Dodson and Sarah E. Chappell.

[NI05853]

[Armist.FTW]



They live in Woodbine, Georgia.

[NI05857]

[Armist.FTW]



!Dau of Ernest Willie Harris and Ouida Lucile Murphy.

[NI05858] Jane Hamby: Her married name from obituary on Silas, her brother, from "Ozark Heritage, Dent Co. Cemeteries and Families, 1851-1994, Vol. 3.

[NI05867]

[Armist.FTW]



Live in Plains

[NI05869] 1850 Census, Crawford Co., Mo., pg. 225
1860 Census, Newton Co., Mo. pg. 132 , H.H. # 894/907.

[NI05892] Rebecca Caroline Hamby: Information on her children from Ozark Heritage, Dent Co., Mo., Cemeteries and Families, 1851-1994, Vol. 3

[NI05901]

[Armist.FTW]



Married Roy Barker, in 1997 living on the old Earls homestead

property in the Alarka Community, outside Bryson City.

Box 65, Earles Road,

Bryson City, North Carolina, USA 28713

(704) 488- 6637

[NI05911]

[Armist.FTW]



Widow of C G Weaver. Maiden name probably Lowery.

[NI05923]

[Armist.FTW]



Also known as Billy of Billy's Gap

[NI05927] Occupation: Saddler

[NI05929]

[Armist.FTW]



Mostly from Ward

[NI05936] 1850 Crawford Co., MO [J C, B, JB, NT, MZ, SH]
1860 Census, Dent Co., Mo. Pg 74, H. H. # 478/482. Living with them, John Norris, 26, Mo.
1880 Sherrill, Texas, MO: James, Rebecca, Noah T, Mary L, Ann E GDAU, Carrol E GSON

[NI05949]

[Armist.FTW]



lived in Ft Worth, TX

[NI05955] 1779 sick in quarters
1781 prisoner with Rebels
September 1784 Greenville Co. SC land grant

Oconee Co., Walhalla, South Carolina Deeds:
"Heirs of William Hamby Sr.,authorize John Roach, Pickens Dist., South Carolina, as Atty to sell estate of William Hamby Sr. 12 April, 1841.

1790 Greenville Co., SC: 1 m > 16; 6 m < 16; 2 f
1800 Greenville Co., SC: 2 m < 10; 1 m 26-45; 2 f < 10; 2 f 10-16; 1 f 26-45
1820 Greenville Co., SC: 2 m 10-16; 1 m 16-18; 1 m 18-26
1830 Rabun Co., GA: 1 m 15-20; 3 m 20-30

William Hamby Sr. and William Hamby Jr. are never mentioned by Ritchie, in history of Rabun County, although both are mentioned in Rabun County Court records. Both are appointed appraisers of an estate in 1831. Court records report the death of William Jr. in 1839, in the granting of letters of administration to James Hamby on the estate of William Hamby Jr. Details of the settlement of the state are reported several times into 1841. These include lists of attendees at estate sales which include: William Hamby Sr., James Hamby, William J Hamby, Patsy Hamby, Ezekial Hamby and Martha Hamby. No family relationships are revealed by these records. No mention is made of a wife or of heirs. Sale of William Jr.'s property in early 1841 includes lots in Union Co., Lumpkin Co., as well as lots 6 and 7 in Rabun Co. These Rabun County lots lie on the Chatooga River, astride the old road that led from Scaly, NC through Rabun Co., GA and into the old Whetstone community in SC, including a for of the Chatooga River. On of the references (May 1840) is to the removal of James Hamby from the state, although he appears to have returned to settle accounts.

[NI05978]

[Armist.FTW]



Identification of birth place is questionable.

William was commissioned in the Georgia state militia 1-3-1863 and

appears to have served in the 'home guard' until his death in 1865.

he was shot and killed by what the family called "scalliwags" or

"carpetbaggers", according to one story in front of the Perry home.



History Note: After the war ended, Ellijay was occupied by union

troops. Reconstruction ended in 1871, but the union troops didn't

leave until 26 Aug., 1875, when William's children were all teenagers.

[NI05980] Joel Hamby : went to California during the gold rush. (Inf. from obit. on Silas K. Hamby, Ozark Heritage, Dent Co. Mo. Cemeteries and Families, 1851-1994. Vol. 3.) See also article from Sacramento Bee,
dated Aug. 22, 1965, about "Local man's Father walked to Gold Rush." Had three children by his first wife, who he met in Angel's Camp, Ca. " She didn't much like his preaching, so one day she sold all the
furniture and locked the kids in a room and left for parts unknown with a whiskey drummer."

1850 Benecia, Solano Co., Ca. age 19.
1880 Calaveras Co., Ca., age 47, with second wife and three children by first wife.
1900 Calaveras Co., Ca. age 68, with second wife and seven children by second wife.

[NI05994]

[Armist.FTW]



Unmarried.

[NI05995]

[Armist.FTW]



Unmarried.

[NI06002]

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents

[NI06039]

[Armist.FTW]



Married to William by: Rev. Bryant Roberts 376.



Widowed at age 33

[NI06068]

[Armist.FTW]



John & Mary lived in PIckens Co. & moved to Gilmer Co. & later to

Texas in 1891. Several of their children stayed in Gilmer Co.



Ma Cox and her family visited the Cobbs in Bluff Dale TX in early

Feb.,1899, before J P Cobb, her father's, death. She probably knew it

was to be her last visit to see him alive. 8 Feb was his golden

wedding aniv.



Ma Cox and a couple of her children also visited Bluff Dale in 1933. In

an old album that was among Edith Cox Williams belongings we

found a single sheet of stationery on which someone had aparentley

started a letter in longhand; "Bluff Dale, Tex., June 23,

1933.___Dearest Marie , Well ".This was crossed out and the page

was occupied with a list of names and birth dates. The back of the

page was titled Deaths and listed some of the same names with

dates. --- THE MOST COMPLETE list of the children of J P Cobb we have

seen--just the sort of lists that would have been in the Cobb Family

Bible, and with names that would later be simplified by the owners.

The dates agreed with dates that had come from other sources.

[NI06093]

[Armist.FTW]



"Roy"

[NI06101] widow of Charles Harry Teague.

[NI06105]

[Armist.FTW]



Referred to in Ellijay writings as Lee C Cobb

[NI06154]

"Mart" or "Mark"

[NI06156] Divorced

[NI06174]

[Armist.FTW]



Never Married.



In1848:Ensign in Militia.



Said to have died in the war

[NI06177]

[Armist.FTW]



Never Married

[NI06178]

[Armist.FTW]



Never Married

[NI06181]

[Armist.FTW]



1860 census: This family listed in the household of Doctor M. West

(1422)

[NI06183]

[Armist.FTW]



Merchant and jailor in 1860, in Ellijay.



This family moved to Homer, Banks Co., Georgia before 1870.

[NI06186]

[Armist.FTW]



Dau of Stephen Griffith, b c 1808, d 5-19-1892

[NI06196]

[Armist.FTW]



Son of Nathan T Tabor and M. Jane Elizabeth Cumming.

[NI06198]

[Armist.FTW]



After Homer's death, aunt Lillie lived in Ellijay 'til the girls

[NI06199]

[Armist.FTW]



They had no children; lived in Atlanta.

[NI06200]

[Armist.FTW]



They had no children; lived in Atlanta.

[NI06201]

[Armist.FTW]



Never married; lived in Atlanta; her companion: Bess Nealey.



Had a colored (black) maid for many years; Madeline.

[NI06207]

[Armist.FTW]



Had Polio as a child.



Lives in Bolivar, Tennessee.

[NI06212]

[Armist.FTW]



They live in Macon, Georgia.

[NI06223]

[Armist.FTW]



Lives in Saltville, VA

[NI06227]

[Armist.FTW]



Career USAF.

[NI06228]

[Armist.FTW]



Career USAF

[NI06235]

[Armist.FTW]



Career USAF

[NI06244]

[Armist.FTW]



Marcuc

[NI06248]

[Armist.FTW]



Doug

[NI06253]

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Aunt Willie noted: the fifth child of Robert.



Died in 1867 or 1869 on the way to Texas with wife and child.



Listed in the 1850 census of Cherokee Co.,North Carolina, USA

Listed in the 1860 census of Gilmer Co.,Georgia; in both as Painter or

House painter. Also in both his first name is listed "Augustin".



See also notes under Robert Roberts 204

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no children

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d 1867 or 1869



Aunt Willie notes(abt 1947):..had a brother Mat who lived in

Cherokee Co., Georgia. His children were Patty and Jack. The Andersons of

Tate, Ball Ground, Canton, and Marietta, Georgia, all descendants of Mat

Anderson.

[NI06275]

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Lives in Ackworth, Georgia

[NI06276]

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lives in Old Hickory, Tennessee

[NI06277]

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Also "Minnie" Frances. Good photos exist.

Well known as, "Ma Cox"

[NI06279]

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Lives in Smyrna, Tennessee

[NI06281]

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Moved to Kentucky about 1881



THomas and Mary were 3rd cousins. Her father was Jesse Harlan

(c1800-1850, Fluvania Co., VA). His father was James Harlan

(1800-1850, Farm "Fortitude" on James River, VA)

[NI06288]

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died as a child

[NI06290]

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Aunt Willie noted: married and lived in Atlanta, Georgia.

[NI06292]

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Nita, or Aunt Nita, or Aunt Neat

[NI06300]

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lived in Oklahoma

[NI06301]

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Never married

school Teacher

[NI06312]

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died an infant

[NI06361]

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Career USAF for 30 years, retired to Tucson, AZ

[NI06364]

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Twin of Norman.

[NI06376]

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Twin of Truman.

[NI06382]

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No children

[NI06383]

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no children

[NI06409]

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died in his youth.

[NI06412]

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Sister of Jane Weaver, married Gideon Roberts.

[NI06415]

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Killed in the unrest following the war.

[NI06423]

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Willie, or Aunt Willie. Never Married.



Never trusted anyone; never liked anyone, very acquisitive, selfish.

Tried to "buy" the affection of her family. Almost no-one liked or

trusted her. Surrounded herself with controversy.



Lived utterly alone for many years of her life.

[NI06426]

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"Aunt Pearl". never married, although she had been engaged to a

young man, Herschel Teem, who was shot and killed on Christmas

Eve, 1914, by Frank Hamby.

[NI06429]

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"Doc", or Uncle Doc.



Misguided by friends, he was the victum of an accident involving a

dynamite cap and a tin can,. He lost the sight of one eye, and

afterward had one blue eye and one brown eye.



Attended No. Ga. Col. at Dahlonega and graduated from University of

Georgia Medical School. Received an eyesight waiver and was

comissioned a Dr in the Army during WW I. He practiced briefly in

Ellijay; then was on the staff at the State Hospital in Milledgeville.

He was asphyxiated by a malfunctioning furnace in 1949.

[NI06431]

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Berta, or Aunt Berta.

[NI06432]

Buried Ellijay Cemetery, Ellijay, Gilmer Co., Georgia

[NI06433]

John was career USMC. Lived in Atlanta after retirement.



They had no children

[NI06436]

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Manley, or Uncle Manley.

[NI06438]

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They had no children; lived in Atlanta.

[NI06439]

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!John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual

in 1940, but gave no info about the possible Cherokee ancestor,

though he must have known of it.

James and his wife made sworn and notarized

[NI06441]

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!John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual

in 1940, but gave me no info about the possible Cherokee ancestor,

though he must have known of it.

See note under James A thompson 179.

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!Birth date guessed at by letting her be 3 yrs younger than husband.

[NI06450]

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Called Aunt Puey

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!May have spelled his last name, "Roberds.



!Aunt Willie noted that he settled on Big Ivy Creek, in Buncombe

Co.,North Carolina, USA in about 1785.



!His name and that of his sons (sometimes Roberts, sometimes

Roberds, sometimes Robards) appear in the land sales records as

both buying and selling property in the Big Ivey and Flat Creek areas

between 1792 and 1850. These creeks are adjacent tributaries of

the French Broad River 18 miles or so northeast of present day

Ashville. The sons became involved in buying apparently as they

matured (about age 20). However there is great chance for

confusion as many other Roberts, or Roberds, are also listed in these

records. From a book; "Buncombe Co. North Carolina, USA Index to Deeds 1783-1850".

Aunt Willie had noted that the Roberts had once owned 10,000 acres

in this area; these records show a sale of 10,000 acres in 1846 by

Pierce Roberts, et al.

These records have at least one entry for Robert Roberts

Jr.:transferring property to Robert Roberts in 1831.



The last will and testament of Robert Roberts

In the name of God Amen

I Robert Roberts of the State on North Carolina, USA and County of

Buncombe being in but indifferent health but of sound and perfect

mind and memory blessed be God do this 10th day of April in the

year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty make and

publish this my last will and testament in form and manner following

Vis - first I resign my body to the dust to be buried in christain form

and my soul to God who gave it.

I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nancy Roberts all my

household and kitchen furniture for her to have and possess forever

or for her to dispose of as she sees proper by will or otherwise and I

also bequeath to her (my said wife) all my stock of every description

with three negros Viz. Julia, Jas, Larken with the increase of Julia

for her to have and possess during her natural life and at her death

the stock and negros to be sold and equally divided among all my

children, also I bequeath to my said wife one hundred dollars when

collected out of debts that is owing to me.

I give and bequeath to my son Shelton Roberts one negro girl named

Almina for him to have and possess with her increase for ever

I give and bequeath to my son Robert Roberts one negro boy called

Persy to have and possess the same forever

I give and bequeath to my son John Roberts ten dollars

I give and bequeath to my daughter L----- -atum one negro girl

named Mariah for her to have with her increase forever, but I will

that said girl be and remain with my wife during her natural life

except she my wife see proper to give her up to said Louisa Tatum,

and my wifes act in keeping or giving up said girl is entirely my will I

give and bequeath to my son William Roberts ten dollars

I give and bequeath to my son Augustus C Roberts one note of hand I

hold on himself for the amount of sixty dollars.

!I give and bequeath to my son Pierce Roberts one negro boy called

Harry to have and possess forever.

I give and bequeath to my son Alfred B Roberts one negro boy called

Sam and one rifle gun to have and possess forever.

I give and bequeath to my grandsons Robert Bertes Roberts and

Andrew Martin Roberts one tract of land where my son William

Roberts now lives and one negro girl called Lally for them to have

and possess forever but the said land and negro to be and remain

entirely under the control and management of the executors of this

my last-will and testament hereinafter named.

I give and bequeath to my grand daughter Elizabeth C Roberts one

negro girl called Mary to have and possess the same forever, to be

under control of executors as above.

I give and bequeath to my son Robert Roberts over and above what I

have given him in a previous item, one tract of land containing fifty

acres joining Charles McKiney James A Buckner and said son Robert,

also another tract of land joining Wm Anderson and the Deweese

tract I give to my said son Robert and I ordain and make my two

sons Pierce Roberts and Alfred B Roberts executors to this my last

will and testament. in Witness I the said Robert Roberts hath

hereunto set his hand and seal date above. Signed Sealed published

and delivered in presence of us

L Palmer {} Juratt

N Blackstock {} witness Robert Roberts {seal}

State of North Carolina, USA {} October Session 1840

Buncombe County {}

The foregoing will was duly proven in open court by the oath of L

Palmer a subscribing witness thereto and admitted of record

N Harrison Clk

Source: Buncombe County Wills, Book A, page 67. (photocopy

obtained in Nov. 1997, by Mel Cox.



!The three sons who moved to Gilmer Co. Georgia appear to have done so

near 1850.

[NI06459]

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!Based on several Cherokee claims including that of Nancy Ann

Battle. See note under J A Thompson 179.

This "Tree" goes further back, but it seems speculative. For

purposes of Nancy's claim it would trace back to one Betsy Walker,

who Benjamin claimed was his grandmother. Many claims were filed

which would have to trace to this Betsy Walker, but they weave a

very confused story of her spouse(s) and off-spring.



!A further ref: "Heritage of Old Buncombe, Vol II" a write-up about

John Hyde, Ben's son.

[NI06536] !"Mel"

[NI06537]

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"Jimmy"

[NI06540]

1996 Westminster , South Carolina 29693, 864-972-2270

[NI06548]

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Death date is uncertain. Larry died at home, apparently of a heart

[NI06576]

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"Eddy"

[NI06584]

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"Johnny"

[NI06592]

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"Jamie"

[NI06594]

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Aunt Willie noted; died on the way to Texas.

[NI06595]

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Sometimes editor of Ellijay Times Courier.

[NI06601]

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From Aunt Willies Notes, maiden name thought to be Seah or Seay.



Later researchers identify her as Nancy Cody.

[NI06603]

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See notes under Mary Anderson 149

[NI06605]

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!In researching the Earl family I was told of Jack C Battle of

Pasadena, Texas. Jack was tracing the descendants of some of the

Battles of early western North Carolina, USA; this had led him to the Earls.

We traded a lot of information. He is preparing a monumental book

with much more info on each individual than I have collected.



!He identified an early Battle as Matthew Battle who came to

Virginia in 1647. He is followed by a succession of six generations of

Battles each headed by a John Battle. John, the 6th, was Jack's

Great-great-grandfather and Watson C Battles brother.



!It was also Jack who put me onto the Cherokee claims (see note

under Nancy Ann Battle 180)

[NI06608]

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Aunt Willie noted, at one time High Sheriff of Buncombe Co., North Carolina, USA.



He served as Justice of the Inferior Court, Gilmer Co., Georgia, in 1865.

Coincedentally, the year when William Cox was killed.

[NI06609]

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We find no indication that he came to Gilmer Co.

[NI06610]

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Aunt Willie listed Alfred Roberts (no middle name or initial).

North Carolina, USA land sale records (See notes with Robert Roberts 204) have

entries for Alfred, Alf B, Alfred B, and A B. Gilmer Co, Georgia censuses

have listings 1850, 60 and 70 for Bryan or Bryant, and as "clergy" or

"local minister"(no First name or Initial) and thought not to be

Alfred.



Ward: "Alfred B. Roberts was an early figure in Gilmer. It is on record

that in 1851 he bought from John McKinney a 16 year old Negro boy,

named Joe whom he warranted to be of sound mind and body. He

paid $563 for the lad."



The listing we have of his children is a relatively contrived

combination of Aunt Willies data, census data, and gleanings from

Wards book.



Laura Delaney Robert's Obituary: "She was married to William Cox by

Rev. Bryant Roberts in February, 1857 in....(Gilmer Co.).."

[NI06629]

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Aunt Kate

[NI06630]

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Bart or Barlow, Uncle Bart.



Never Married

[NI06632]

[Armist.FTW]



Came to Ellijay abt 1840

[NI06638] Always called "Joyce".

[NI06645]

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!A Clayton Newspaper clipping which reported her death, said that

she was buried in the Cold Springs Baptist Church Cemetery. This

may be another name for the Jackson Line - DeHart Cem. She is said

to be buried by her parents.

We have a copy of an old tin-type of Sam, Jane and

[NI06649]

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!Said to be Full Blooded Cherokee

[NI06650]

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!Bondsman at his marriage to Polly Beck: John Leatherwood, an

uncle.



!When He Married Lizzy, they moved to Swain Co, where he died.

[NI06651]

[Armist.FTW]



Given name spelling Latoska?

[NI06652]

[Armist.FTW]



lived in Macon Co. North Carolina, USA

[NI06653]

[Armist.FTW]



lived in Swain Co., Nc

[NI06654]

[Armist.FTW]



lived on Sawyer's Creek, Graham Co. North Carolina, USA

[NI06655]

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lived on Soco Creek near Cherokee, North Carolina, USA

[NI06656]

[Armist.FTW]



!said to have never weighed over 90 lbs. Died after the birth of

child, Juleeta, of phlebitis, then called "milk leg".

[NI06677]

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Mrs. Poole, 88, Pioneer, Dies



Mrs. Laura Stubbs Poole, 88, widow of J. J. L. Poole, former councilman

from the Second ward, died yesterday at her residence, 793 Pryor street,

S.W., following an extended illness.



Services will be at 3:30p.m. today at the chapel of Harry G. Poole, the

Rev. G. O. King officiating. Burial will be in the Mount Zion

[NI06701]

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Never called anything but "C.L.", or "brother."

[NI06733]

[Armist.FTW]



Gracen*: spelling variants: Grason, Grayson.



Noah apparently was a rather tempestuous person. He came home

from the civil war, cursed his mother, was beaten badly by his

father, later threw a clock at his sister, left in a huff, went to Texas

where he raised and grazed and traded cattle. He had no established

home, slept out with his cattle. He returned home years later but

was not recognized until he told of the clock throwing incident. He

was the only child left at home when his parents died and thought

he deserved the whole estate. It's said that he rode to Rabun Co, Georgia,

and brought Joshua Frank back at gunpoint, and tried to drown him,

but failed when his wife intervened in Frank's behalf. He apparently

did not succeed in acquiring the whole estate.

[NI06735]

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Baptist Minister

Moved from Nc to Bluff Dale, TX in June 1898.

Coincidence: Bluff Dale is where the senior Cobbs

[NI06737]

[Armist.FTW]



Strange-- we know their grandchildren, but not their children.

Grandchildren: Dual Broderick, Ray Conley Broderick (b 29 Aug 1938), and

Eva Mae Broderick.

[NI06739]

[Armist.FTW]



!Sam was a civil war veteran, died with a "minnie ball" still in his

leg.

[NI06743]

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After Noah died she married Swan Woody and had three children,

divorced Woody, married an Oliver, separated from him -- no known

children.

[NI06766]

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Mildred and her Husband kept in close touch with the other Earles of

North Carolina, USA and they wrote down much of what we know of the

descendants of John A Earls except the Joshua Frank Earl Family. I have

exchanged notes and phone calls with her thru much of 1995 and 96. Mel.

[NI06775]

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Yes, a FEMALE named Thomas. Called Tommie. Named THOMAS ANDREW

because they expected a boy, but called her Tommie.

[NI06807]

[Armist.FTW]



A Granddaughter: Sarah Lambert Buckmaster.

[NI06817]

[Armist.FTW]



Revolutionary War Soldier

[NI06824]

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Timirrah sp?

[NI06829]

Have three children, 2 daughters, 1 son.



[NI06830]

Buried in Double Springs, South Carolina

[NI06846]

A Note About kin of William Jefferson Hamby, of Early Rabun Co., Georgia

Mel Cox, 1998 In "Sketches of Rabun County History", pp 111, Ritchie
writes about the early land purchases by various Hambys. Most readers
interpret these paragraphs to say that Ezekiel Hamby was a brother to
William Jefferson Hamby. Such was not the case; Ezekiel was a brother to
William Hamby Jr. The 1830 census of Rabun Co. reports a large Hamby
Household headed by William Hamby. The Court records of 1830-1841 refer
to a William Hamby Sr, and a William Hamby Jr. This family is likely
that refered to in the census. Court Records show that William Hamby Jr
died in 1838 or1839. James Hamby was appointed administrator of the
estate. At various of the estate sales, several Hambys are recorded as
present , including William Hamby Sr., James Hamby, William J. Hamby,
Patsy Hamby, Ezekiel Hamby, and Marthy Hamby. No family relationships
are revealed by these records. No mention is made of a wife or of
heirs. Wm Jr.s estate included lots 6 and 7, about a mile south of Wm
Jefferson Hambys lot 31, and bordered directly on the Chatooga river,
the South Carolina line. In May,1840, before the settlement was complete, James
Hamby was replaced as administrator because he moved out of the state.
Apparently all of the family of William Sr moved back to South Carolina. Ezekiel is
known to have migrated to Forsyth Co., Georgia. Oconee County Court records
have the following entry: "Heirs of William Hamby Sr.,authorize John
Roach (Nellie's kin?), Pickens Dist., South Carolina, as Atty to sell estate of
William Hamby Sr. 12 April, 1841. James Hamby, Ezekiel Hamby, Martha
(x) Hamby, jr., Martha (x) Hamby Sr., Sophia (x) Hamby." William Jr,
having died in 1838 or 39, did not sign as an heir; but



[NI06854]

Named and nicknamed for the Doctor who delivered him, a Doctor

Hockenhull.

[NI06855]

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dau of Harve Wallis, married Polly Ann Blanton.

[NI06931]

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William and Mary came to Franklin County, Georgia, and later settled in

old Campbell County, Georgia. He has a second wife, Elizabeth (no

children). He and Mary had 12 children.

[NI06943]

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Brought to America in 1789.

[NI06951]

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John Wilson, of Scotch-Irish ancestry, was born in England, and came to

Orange County, Virginia, in 1740. He was a captain in the Revolutionary

War.

[NI06972]

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She and her husband were reared in same community with highway

separating the two farms. Whetstone Community, Oconee Co South Carolina. and later

(1977) lived on the old Robbins Farm.

[NI06978]

[Armist.FTW]



of Walhalla,South Carolina

[NI06979]

[Armist.FTW]



Went to Montana early in his life, married there , deceased prior to

[NI06983]

[Armist.FTW]



Moved to Penna. early in life, married there, deceased prior1977

[NI07013]

[Armist.FTW]



Last name may have been "Eddard"

[NI07017]

[Armist.FTW]



Claimed by her grandson, James A Thompson, to be 1/4 Cherokee.

[NI07035]

[Armist.FTW]



!As a child, came with parents to Rabun Co in abt 1826

[NI07045]

[Armist.FTW]



!When she married M E Earl in 1898 , both the license and the

certificate list her as M E Wall. In estate papers of her

grandmother,Sarah E Coffee Bleckley, she is referred to as Mary C.

Wall Earl.

[NI07051]

[Armist.FTW]



Went to work as a young man for the Billings Gazette as pressman and

foreman, became his career until retirement in 1964.

[NI07053]

[Armist.FTW]



see note under J A Thompson 179

[NI07061]

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Said to have lived in the Pemberton district of South Carolina

[NI07065]

[Armist.FTW]



See Note under J A Thompson 179.

[NI07079]

[Armist.FTW]



Clayton Tribune, Friday, Sept. 10, 1915 - Mr. Jeff D. Beck, of

Warwoman, was in Clayton Monday and told us that his mother, Aunt

Paty Beck [Captain Sam Beck's wife], who is ninety four years old,

went fishing last Friday and caught a rainbow trout which weighed

two and one quarter pounds. While Aunt Paty is getting up in years,

she always enjoyed fishing and has caught a lot of fish, but this was

her largest one, though she has caught ells which weighed more.

[NI07092]

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They had no children, live in Benson AZ

[NI07101]

[Armist.FTW]



Richard Cox Sr. (b 1760 Rowan Co. North Carolina, USA, d 1851/52 Dade Co., Georgia) lived

in Rowan, Co., North Carolina, USA, Randolph Co. North Carolina, USA, Iredell Co., North Carolina, USA as well as

Habersham, Gilmer and Dade Counties in Georgia. He served in the

Revolutionary War, National No. 346036: three months in Captain

Cowan's company, part time under Col. McDowell, one month under

Capt. Lapp, & three months in 18?1 under Capt. Smith in the vicinity

of Wilmington. He was in the battle of Stono.

Richard Cox Sr. appears to have been in Gilmer Co. for a few years

around 1830. It is not clear that title to property could be had prior

to 1832. His son Jonathon seems to have made his appearance in

Gilmer at about the same time. I believe the family record which

shows Jonathon's son, William, born in Ellijay is questionable.

[NI07157]

[Armist.FTW]



!She is listed in the 1870 census as Genetta (Bleckley).



!In old Post Office records, which list postmasters of Rabun Co, Georgia,

"Ginnitta Blackly" is listed as postmaster of Warwoman some time

between 1870 and 1876. She was succeeded by "Genetta Bleckley"

on 1 May,1876.

[NI07171]

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!Clayton Tribune, Thursday Dec, 14, 1916 - Misses Maude Earl,

Coralee and Eugenia Ramey, of Clayton spent the week-end with

their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wall.



!Clayton Tribune, Thursday April 2, 1925 - Mr. A. M. Wall, aged

seventy four year, died at his home in the Warwoman community,

last Friday morning after suffering a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Wall

was one of the Methodist Church persausion and a member of the

Masonic order, the burial was in the Chechero cemetery attended by

Rev. C.M. Rogers and the Massonic order. He leaves beside his wife

ten living children, to wit; Messers Lex Wall, Nevada; Frank, of

Oklahoma; John and Ed, of Anderson, S.C. and Gus Logan who remains

at home, and the following daughters; Mrs. Mamie Earl, of Florida;

Mrs. Essie Ramey, of Sawtooth; and Misses Grace, Icie and Lelia Bell

Wall. The deceased was born and reared in this county and at the

time of his death was living near where he was born and where he

held the respect and esteem of those who knew him.

[NI07181]

[Armist.FTW]



!Probably the best known man to come out of Rabun Co. Served as

Associate Justice and as Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court.

See Ritchie,"Sketches---".

[NI07188]

[Armist.FTW]



Clayton Tribune, Thursday Dec, 14, 1916 - Misses Maude Earl, Coralee

and Eugenia Ramey, of Clayton spent the week-end with their

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wall.

[NI07210]

[Armist.FTW]



"died out west"

[NI07217]

[Armist.FTW]



They had at least 4 children

[NI07218]

[Armist.FTW]



!John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual

in 1940, but more info on him and his descendants came from

Mildred Hober, wife of one of his grandsons, Ralph Earls Huber.

John and family moved from Rutherford Co. to Macon Co. in !855.

The area where they lived was along Alarka Creek , called the Alarka

Community, and became a part of Swain Co. when Swain was formed

in 1871.

He and his wife are buried in the Jackson Line -

[NI07220]

[Armist.FTW]



died in the Civil War

[NI07222]

[Armist.FTW]



Sheriff of Rabun Co. in 1846

[NI07227]

[Armist.FTW]



died at 83

[NI07231]

[Armist.FTW]



!John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual

in 1940.

Buried in the Jackson Line - De Hart Cem with

[NI07232]

[Armist.FTW]



They had 3 children

[NI07233]

[Armist.FTW]



died@age 46, buried in Westminster, South Carolina

[NI07234]

[Armist.FTW]



Died @age 47, buried the Antioch Cem, Rabun Co.

[NI07235]

[Armist.FTW]



died in 1972

[NI07237]

[Armist.FTW]



In 1916, lived in Clayton.



In 1925, lived in Sawtooth(?)

[NI07240]

[Armist.FTW]



lived in Anderson, South Carolina

[NI07243]

[Armist.FTW]



!There is a confusing entry in the U S Census of Rabun County, Georgia for

1870. It is a household entry for Joshua F Earl (age 17) which lists

members Sara Josephine (age 20) and female Nancy (age 1 mo.). All

the data we have on John Anders Earl says he was born near the

same time. His Obituary of 1949 cites his birth date as Apr 17, 1870,

and that he died in his 79th year.

No family history mentions Nancy. After pondering this for many

months off and on, I am now of the opinion that the child of 1870

and the John A Earl of later years are one and the same person,

through whatever mistake. Mel, 1996.

This must have been a very brief visit; their next child was born in

Swain Co, North Carolina, USA in 1873.



!Other members of the Earls family retained the s ending. Frank and

his family appear to have dropped it about the time they moved

from North Carolina, USA to Rabun C. in about 1882.

They settled first in the community of Pine Mountain, in the very

north-east tip of Rabun Co, Frank served as Postmaster there in

1884 and 1885 and was a merchant. When his first wife Sarah

Josephine died in 1889, he sold his Pine Mtn property and bought

property, including a house, from a man named Arrendale, about a

half mile east of the center of Clayton. He married Carrie Bleckley in

1890; they named their daughter "Lela" for Carrie's sister. Carrie

died in 1894; Frank married the sister, "Lela", in 1900. Lela seems to

have been the spark that turned their home into the "Earl House".



I visited the Earl House when I was about 4 yrs old, but have recall

of but a few images of the occasion, among them Grandaddy Earl,

dark suit, white shirt, small dark tie, tall, thin, rather

imposing.---Mel, 1996

[NI07255]

[Armist.FTW]



!John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual

in 1940.

[NI07262]

[Armist.FTW]



!There is a confusing entry in the U S Census of Rabun County, Georgia for

1870. It is a household entry for Joshua F Earl (age 17) which lists

members Sara Josephine (age 20) and female Nancy (age 1 mo.).All

the data we have on John Anders Earl says he was born near the

same time. His Obituary of 1949 cites his birth date as Apr 17, 1870,

and that he died in his 79th year.

No family history mentions Nancy. After pondering this for many

months off and on, I am now of the opinion that the child of 1870

and the John A Earl of later years are one and the same person.

Mel, 1996. I have accepted his birth date as given in clear copies of

his obituary.



!John married rather late in life and had no children, although he and

his wife 'raised ' a child, as if adopted, Marie Shedd (Byars). Marie

was living in Macon, Georgia., in 1996. John gave willingly to support

churches, schools and students. He served on the Rabun Co School

Board for several years. He retired to Taccoa Falls, Georgia, after giving

money to support the building of a class room building (named "Earl

Hall") at the Taccoa Falls Institute.

[NI07268]

[Armist.FTW]



!This family seem to have settled in Plant City, FL. It is said that

Mack Everitt died in a train accident in FL.

[NI07270]

[Armist.FTW]



married a Phillips

[NI07274]

[Armist.FTW]



Dau of Richard Tippett and Louisa Goldworthy

[NI07277]

[Armist.FTW]



son of Anthony Bulach and Ruth Olive Churchill

[NI07282]

[Armist.FTW]



Adopted

[NI07284]

[Armist.FTW]



!1870 census: Genetta.



!In old Post Office records, which list postmasters of Rabun Co, Georgia,

"Ginnitta Blackly" is listed as postmaster of Warwoman some time

between 1870 and 1876. She was succeeded by "Genetta Bleckley"

on 1 May,1876.

[NI07290]

[Armist.FTW]



Ritchie tells the story of a mining Engineer becoming benefactor and

sponsoring Bob Hambys education. This engineer was Dr. Heman

Lucas, who made such a positive impression on Joshua Franklin Earl

that he named a child after him, Heman Lucas Earl, who became an

MD., the subject of this note.

[NI07294] nee Sparks, a widow

[NI07361]

Never married

[NI07362]

Burial: Hale Ridge Cemetery, Rabun Co., Georgia

[NI07365]

They had no children

[NI07368]

They had no children

[NI07418]

she had no children

[NI07434] Volunteer, WW I

[NI07438] no children

[NI07442] Questionable identification of this individual. Lived in Walhalla, South Carolina in 1977

[NI07514] never married

[NI07574] Adoptd by step father-Floyd Phillips

[NI07575] Adopted by step father-Floyd Phillips

[NI07600] Adopted by step father-Don Edmondson

[NI07601] Adoptd by step father-Don Edmondson

[NI07640] adopted

[NI07672] Adopted by Ted Elrod

[NI07730] 1880 District 5, James, TN: John T, Mary L, Martin L, Mary Robison, Nannie Robison

[NI07732] Married at 31 years old and he was 22. Family tradition tells of her defending her home from being burned by Yankee soldiers in the latter part of the Civil War. She fell and broke her hip and had some sort of complication from that and was in a wheelchair or bedfast for 13 years before she died. Her wheelchair and a kitchen cupboard are in the museumin McLean, Texas.

[NI07773] He is a combat mp and works as a correctional officer at Smyrna Prison in Delaware.

[NI07891] 1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas, Elizabeth, George R]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Thomas, R E, Geo R, Liza, Melissa J, Charley]
1920 living with son Charles T in Hopkins Co., KY

[NI08002]

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky

[NI08051] 1850 Gasconade Co., MO: Isaac, Wm M
1860 Gasconade Co., MO: Isaac M, Mary, Margaret, Andrew H, Martha, Michael

[NI08066] Marriage performed by Elijah Roper, MG

[NI08067] 1900 Pickens Co., GA: Elias, Luecy V, Flora B, Justice M, Blanch O
1910 Pickens Co., GA: Lynch E, Vashti, Flora, Maryold, Odell, Charter, Artie, Dona, Fulton

[NI08090]
Homesteaded 40 acres in Gasconade Co., in 1851, 120 acres in Crawford Co., in 1856. This land adjoins on the border between the two counties. Census records say Michael Hamby's father was born in Ireland.
1830 McMinn Co., TN: 1 m 0-5; 1 m 5-10; 1 m 20-30; 2 f 0-5; 1 f 5-10; 1 f 20-30
1850 Gasconade Co., MO: Michael, Mary, Andrew, Wm M, Joseph, Mary J, Wesley
1860 Gasconade Co., MO: Michael, Mary - indicates he was born in Georgia versus Tennessee

[NI08094]

Hamby, Joseph M of Brush Creek Twp - will dated 31 May ? Wife and little
children (not named here). Exr, brother William F. Hamby. Wit: Jacob
Souders, Preston H. Colliers and Isaac Hamby, all of Brush Creek Twp.
Records 5 July 1859. (WB ? L/T granted Wesley F. hamby

[NI08097] 1860 Gasconade Co., MO: Wesley F, Elizabeth, Mary J - Sister

[NI08100] 1870 Gasconade Co., MO: Mary living with George and Elizabeth Gamir/Gavin/Ganier

[NI08115]

Baptist Minister, buried in Goad Springs next to his parents

[NI08120]

Buried, Spring Creek Cemetery, Benton Co., Ar

[NI08121]

Buried: Spring Creek Cemetery, Benton Co., Ar

[NI08205]

[BillHamby.FTW]



Adolphus R. cited in 1870.

Agustus R. cited in 1880

[NI08208] 1860 Greenville Co., Sc: Elizabeth listed as head of household.

[NI08222]

[BillHamby.FTW]



McPhersonville is in Hampton County, South Carolina.

[NI08523] Susie is buried at the Spradlin Cemetery, on the Kentucky/Tennessee line near Cross Roads, TN. Her father, Rev. William R. Hamby is also buried there. Engraved on Susan's tombstone is "We will meet again."

An obituary for Susie written in the West Union Association of the United Baptist annual publication reads as follows:
"Taylor Grove Church: Sister Susie West, wife of J M West born Dec 13, 1879, departed this life July 10, 1930. She was a member of the Baptist Church about 36 years and lived a devoted Christian life, true to her God, children and home. She leaves a husband and four sons, five daughters and a host of friends to mourn her absence. She said many times during her suffering that she had a home beyond this vale of tears worth ten thousand times more than this world. We feel our loss is her eternal gain and hope that all will meet and live with mother in glory."

[NI08525] Millie died of a heart attack. On her tombstone is written "Mother Farewell."

[NI08531] When Ben was a boy he chopped off a couple of his toes.

[NI08724]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA[G W, Nancy E, James F, George P, U S, Wm W,
Harvey A, Sarah A, Thomas K]

[NI08735]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY

[NI08746]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY [John, Nancy, Rebecca]

[NI08768] Retired AIr Force sergeant. He was a field inspector and a foreman for the metropolitan Washington DC Rapid Transit Project. General foreman for United Engineers, supervised work during the construction of the Three Mile Island power plant and the Peachbottom Power Plant project. He was a qualified Forest Ranger before joinging the service.

[NI08779]

Craft Schools 03-12-1920 Douglas County

[NI08780]

1850 Crittenden Co., KY [Greenville, Margaret, John]

[NI08882] William Benson Hamby, 92, of Nortonville Road, St. Charles, died at 4:59 in the Regional Medical Center. He was a coal miner and he was of the Holiness faith. He was preceded in death by four sisters and three brothers. He is survived by his wife, Deller Jane Hamby, two daughters Evelyn Morris of Dawson Springs, and Sadie Lantrip of Union Temple Road, Dawson Springs, four sons, Earl Hamby of Owensboro, Donald Hamby and Johney Hamby, both of Dawson Springs and Ralph Hamby, 14 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

[NI08920] 1880 Varenness, Anderson, South Carolina: Richard R, Mary Jane, William F, James S, Mattie M, Georgiana E, Richard W, John W, John Selma, Sarah Simpson

[NI08935] Children are listed on the marriage license to William Hamby.

[NI09025] 1910 Hopkins CO., KY [O.H., Cleacy, Losett, Lester, Lucy, Mary M. (mother), C H (brother)]
1920 Christin Co., KY: O, C, L, L, L, M, C, H

Ottoway Hampton Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 09126
Clearcey Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 18464

[NI09029] 1850 Crawford Co., MO: Isaac, Elizabeth, John J, David S, Caleb Green, Catherine, Isaac Alfred, George Benjamin, S

[NI09032] 1860 Wahington Co., MO: David Lucinda, James, Green
1880 Meremac, Crawford, MO: David, Lucinda, Green, Elizabeth, Mary, George, John, Smith, Noah

[NI09033] 1860 Washington Co., MO: Green

[NI09036] 1920 Christian Co., KY: C H, Lillian

Cordie Hubert Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 27271
Lillian G Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 16545

[NI09037] 1880 Meramec, Crawford, MO: Franklin, Evaline, Elizabeth, Luella, Anna

[NI09069] 1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [James W, Billie, James C, Clyde D]

James Weller Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 21999
Elizabeth G Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 05279

[NI09080] Arneal Verne Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 02906

1920 Hopkins Co., KY: Neal, Willie

[NI09102] 1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Marcellis T, Ouvada]

Marcellus Thompson Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 12286
Euvadah Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 00644

[NI09125]

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents

[NI09136]

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents

[NI09152]

Marriage License: Permession given my gorooms father John and Geo Hamby
father of the bride.

[NI09261] James' parents are unknown. John R Coleman of Crawford Co., MO was appointed his guardian in 1872. James was a Casket Maker. He attended Missouir School for the Death, Fulton, MO, enrolled 1872.

[NI09262] Louisa also attended Missouri School for the Deaf, Fulton, MO, enrolled 1877.

[NI09263]

buried: Ebenezer Cemetery, St. Louis, MO
Story is that Jeff ran off and joined the army. There are two versions of how he died, one from measles and the other no one really knows.

[NI09268] Diana graduated from McLane High School in Fresno, California in 1964. She served in the United States Air Force in 1966. She graduated from California State University, Fresno in 1979.

[NI09270] Fred immigrated to America August 23, 1955. He graduated from high school in Hartford, CT on June 19, 1964.

[NI09271] He graduated from Canyon High School. Santa Clarita, CA in 1993.

[NI09300] Margaret T (McCord) Cansler, KY Death Index, Certificate 24974

[NI09309] 1880 Scates Mill, Christian, KY: Ben T, Ezkiel, Lue A, Telith J MIL, George E - Brother
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Ben P, Elizabeth R, Eva A, Delitha J Hamby - MIL]

[NI09454]

Was the assistant warden of San Quinten Prison, he and his family lived
on the island.

[NI09461]

The Tabor Birthmark: William Tabor had a peculiar birthmark. On his
lower lip were two small dimples which very much resembled tooth marks,
a trait all Tabor men have.



I remember my father telling a story of his boyhood about it. He was
riding horseback on a lonely country road in Winston County, Mississippi
as a small boy. He had heard many stories of Indian cruelty and the
capture of children. He saw an old Indian coming from the opposite
direction and was very frightened, to turn back meant to show fear, and
all Indian stories were to the effect that to show fear meant disaster
with an Indian. He rode on slowly forward hoping for the best. When he
was even with the Old Indian the Indian suddenly stopped and said, "How,
Tabor." My father was speechless; he had never seen the old Indian
before. He finally stammered, How do you know my name? The old Indian
pointed to his face and touched his lower lip. He said "only Tabar got
'um" NOTE: This birthmark has been so persistent through the generations
that it is a mark of distinction to the family



from Douglas Earl Tabor

[NI09680] Minnie (McKnight) Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 16424

[NI09722]

Martha and Philmore married before the 1850 census. They both died
before 1860, leaving their girls under the guardianship of Eli and
Sarah Hamby in Grundy County, Tennessee.

[NI09746] Went to California to gold dig and was never heard from again.

[NI09780] Washington Irving Hamby lived in Dawson Springs, where he founded the Hamby Wells and Hamby Hotel.

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky -[Washington I, Nancy S B, Charlotte, Bedford M, Penecia L A, Henry Gordon, Minnie A]
1910 Hopkins CO., KY [W I, Nancy, Bedford]
1920 Hopkins Co., KY: Irving, Stacy, Bedford M, Add -DIL
W I Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 15600
Stacy Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 01040

[NI10043]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10044]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10045]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10046]

Marry E Cansler: Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10048]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10051]

[NI10052]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10053]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10054]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10055]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10056]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10057]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10061]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10064]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10065]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI10066]

[NI10155] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Charles M, Violie E, Ruth]

[NI10211] He bought his own machines after working for Blevins Harvesting for several summers while still in school. Bought the Holt homestead farm in 1980. Rented acreage, and also custom farmed.

[NI10284] Ancel went into partnership with his brother Frank in what was formerly known as Harper, California. Ancel didn't like the place so he let Frank take back over and he returned to Kansas.

Ancel Holt was deferred from WW I Draft because of dependency.

In his youth he would sometimes play a set on his fiddle at square dances.

[NI10285]

[Holt.FTW]



She died suffering from cancer.

[NI10286] T. Sgt. U. S. Army
He graduated 1928 from Highland High School at Highland, KS.. He went to Law School in 1940. He worked in Washington, D.C. as a Supervisor, Release of Information, U.S. Civil Service Commission and Hearing Examiner, U. S. Civil Service Commission until he retired in 1972.

[NI10287]

[Holt.FTW]



Ancel Holt had moved the family to California to live with relatives
when Marie was born.

They later moved back to the home place in Kansas.



In early marriage years, Marie and Galen lived on a farm near
Morrill-Reserve KS.

Then moved to Wyandotte County, KS

[NI10288]

[Holt.FTW]



During the Apollo Space Program, T W A workers were offered jobs at Cape
Canaveral,

Florida. Richard and Muretta moved to Titusville, Fla for several years
and after returning to near Piper, KS., still returned to their
Titusville home for winter after retiring.



Richard worked in the Vertical Assembly Building at the Cape.

[NI10289]

[Holt.FTW]



see family record by Roxie Holt Hartley.



James M. Holt was alleged to have often stated that "life was one damned
thing after another" and he believed people should live in a tent so
tahat when things got dirty they could move to another location.

[NI10290]

[Holt.FTW]



Julia lived near Frank Holt in California at the time of her death.



Julia had a sweet disposition. She was lonely the latter part of her
life. She was the driving force for the cause of James and Julia to
move from Kansas to California. She hated thunder and would get under
the bed when it thundered in Kansas. California had less thunder.

Possessed the Holt family Bible until passing it to Chester Holt.

[NI10294] He was a Combat Engineer building runways during WWII for U. S. planes defending Alaskan Bases from being taken over by Japan. Later rode a Liberty Ship across the Atlantic to France. Rode troop train to near battlefront in Germany, but was not in an actual battle zone.

Usually rode a pony to school. The pony went home by itself so had to walk home, only a mile. He did

[NI10306]

[Holt.FTW]



Army

[NI10351]

[Holt.FTW]



Steven was named after John Steven Felts.

[NI10372]

[Holt.FTW]



Megan was named after Daniel Allen Ricklefs.

[NI10378]

[Holt.FTW]



It was said that Henry was sickly as a youth and didn't even go to
school and was not able to help the family out much when they settled
in Kansas.



of pneumonia in 1909.

[NI10379]

[Holt.FTW]



died of Typhoid fever

[NI10444] 1860 Tallapposa Co., AL: Martha, John, George, Henry

[NI10475] 1880 Housemans, Graves, KY: Jas H, Manda D, Wm H, Thomas O, Cora C

[NI10963] William Hamby was in New Jersey by 1667-1669 paying quit rent to Gov. William Penn; in 1692 he bought 210 acres in Penn's Neck, Salem Co.,; his 1702 will devised his NJ land to his son John, and the home plantation of 145 acres in Northampton Co,, VA to his three younger sons, William, Richard and Daniel.

Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Volume XXIII.
Page 27
1691 August 15. William Hanbey and James Bowyer inventory the personal estate of Andrew Bartleson.
Page 204
1715 November 12. Hamby, William of Penn's Neck, Salem Co., will of. Wife Jeane sole executrix. Children - John, William, Richard, Daniel. Home farm, 150 acres in Northampton Co., VA. Witnesses - Walter Highstis, Nat. Jeans, Wooley Nealson, Recorded December 30, 1702. Salem Wills III, Page 156.

1693 Census of the Swedes of the Delaware, Peter Stebbing, Craig Publishing.
Page 144
Property owners south of Lucas Point and north of Salsenbury Point were: William Hamby (211 acres)

[NI10993] John Pedick, Penns Neck, will December 12, 1728; proven 4-28-1729. Wife Elizabeth. Children: Mikell, John, William, Jeremiah, Jacob, Thomasm Samuel, Joseph, Mary Hanbe and Sarah

Salem Monthly Meetings
1720, 8, 31 William reported married to Mary Pedrick

Births, Deaths, Marriages of the Nottingham Quakers - by Alice L. Beard
Page 45
William Hamby, wife Mary, children: Elizabeth b. 09-28-1721; William b. 02-28-1724; John b. 11-10-1725; Mary b. 09-01-1729

[NI11008] Died at age 13 of cancer

[NI11030] Held land in Hamby in 1118

[NI11031] Roger of Hamby granted land at Willoughby from Gilbert of Ghent in 1086.
Lived during the end of the realm of William the Conquerer who died 1087

[NI11153] Thomas died in the Civil War. He was in the hospital in Charlotesville, VA, cause not reported.

[NI11260] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Basil]

[NI11401] Early Church Records of Salem County, NJ; Charlotte D. Meldrum

Page 79
9-30-1691 Benjamin Knapton requested a certificate to Mary Ann Hamby of Burlington Monthly Meeting.

[NI11419] Flora Hamby, 70, of Route 3, Dawson Springs, died at 9:27 p.m. Saturday (Dec 17, 1977) in the Hopkins County Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Christian Church in Crofton, daughter of the later Basil Hamby and Adella Lamb Hamby.
Miss Hamby was a school teacher in the Christian County School System for 40 years. She was a member of Eastern Star.
Surviving are one brother, Floyd of Henderson; a great niece, Linda Blanchard; two nephews, Beton Benett, Jr., and Gary Lynn Hamby, and a great great nephew Jay Bennett.

[NI11444] A public memorial service for Orton Hamby, 88, of Williamsburg, VA, a former resident of Dawson Springs, will be held Saturday afternoon, June 17 [2000] at the First Chirsitan Church on Eli Street.

Hamby was a retired professor of art at the University of Texas at Arlington. He was alos preceded in heath by his wife, Eugenia Mackey Hamby and a brother William Irvin Hamby.

Surviving are his sister Camille Glenn, Louisville, a brother, Col. Henry G. Hamby, Jr., Williamsburg, several nieces and nephews, and first cousin Dorothy Scott, Woodruff McGregor and William McGregor of Dawson Springs and Anita Offner and Jean Blair of Little Rock, Ar.

[NI11450] Mrs. Blanche Hamby, 74, Nortonville, died in her home Wednesday (Aug 27, 1975) of an apparent heart attack. She was born in Kentucky, and was a member of the First Christian Church of Nortonville. She was the widow of Clyde D. Hamby who died in 1966. She is survived by three sons, Charles, White Plains, James, Louisville, and Larry, Ft. Leavenworth, KS and 8 grandchildren

[NI11457] She died young.

[NI11471] Lloyd was struck by an auto on 41 South near Hopkinsville.

[NI11545] She never married.

[NI11554] Services for Mrs. Della Jane Hamby, 89, were held Saturday afternoon at Beshear Funeral Home. The Rev. Bobby McKnight officiated, assisted by the Rev. Morris McClain. Burial was in Union Temple Cemetery. Mrs. Hamby, died at 1:35 a.m. Thursday, July 13, in Regional Medical Center, Madisonville. She was bonr March 6, 1906 in Christian County, daughter of the late James T and Nellie Jane Eli Sheets. She was a mother and homemaker and a member of the Holiness faith. Besides per parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, William Benson Hamby, in 1993, one son, six brothers, and two sisters. Survivors include three sons, Donald Hamby and Johney Hamby, both of Dawson Springs, and Earl Hamby, Owensboro, KY; one daughter Sadie Lnatrip, St. Charles, a stepdaughter Evelyn Morris, Dawson Springs; two sisters, Ernal Messamore, Greenville and Beulah Downey, Canton, Illinois; a brother Erwin Sheets, Clarksville, Tennessee; 12 grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

[NI11580] Anita Jane Zimmer Tood, 75, of Columbus, OH, died April 24 at RiversideMethodist Hospital. In following her wishes, Mrs. Todd's crmeation has taken place, and there will be no funeral service. Mrs. Todd retired after 28 years with White Haines Optical Co. She was preceded in death by her parents. Surviving are a daughter, Christine Todd, a son David Todd; and two grandsons.

[NI11608] Obie was a cool miner who worked many years at Dawson Daylight before tetiring from Pyro. He was a member of the First United Methodist church in Madisonville.

[NI11893] 1850 Jackson Tennessee [George, Nancy E, William R, Kathearine, Francis M,
Thomas W]
1870 Christian Co., KY: George F, Nancy E, Franics M, Asa D, Rebecca J, James J, Martha C

[NI11903] Henry Gordon Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 13880
Ida Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 26470

1920 Hopkins Co., KY: H Gordon, Ida, Irving, Camille, Orton, Gordon

[NI11988] S./Sgt. Onis V. Fulks was stationed on the island of Guam.

[NI12122] World War II Army veteran

[NI12132] Robert is an Army/Air Force air traffic controller.

[NI12134] Skipper grew up in Mobile, Alabama. He joined the Marine Corps and served as a corporal during the Korean Conflict. He graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in engineering. His 27 year management career included work with General Electric and VP of the Compressor Division of Cooper Industries, Garner-Denver Co. During the last 3 years of his life he was president of MD Pheumatics. At the time of his death he was a resident of Springfield, Missouri.

[NI12197]

1870 Tennessee

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA[David, Gerry Ann, Eliza, Ella, Jeannie, John,
Mary, David]

[NI12271] 1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Isaac, Georgiana, Florence, William]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Isaac W, George Ann, Florence, William A, Nancy Ann]

[NI12273] Elizabeth Jane Hamby: 1880 Census - living with William B. Long family -her sister

[NI12289] Mary A. found in 1850 Crawford Co., Mo. age 12 (with parents) #0443605

[NI12304] Marriage License: Performed by John Malin, Justice Peace on the 1st day of November 1850.

1860 Hopkins, Kentucky[John, Ilgeretta, John, Jas E, Isac, Asha E]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [John ,Ilgaretta, John, James, Mary, Alice]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [John, Ilgaretta, Jas E, Isaac W, Mary J, Alis]

[NI12347]

1850 Dickson Tennessee [Edmund, Jemima, Catharine, Mary A, Malinda, James M,
George A, Martha J, Susan F]

[NI12348]

1860 Dickson Tennessee [J, J, G. A., M. J.]

[NI12357] Marriage License: issued by John Bryam, CCCC, performed by E. Armstrong, JP at Philip Hamby's house in the presence of Philip Hamby and L W D Hamby

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA[ Martin, Margaret, Malburn, David M., John E]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [M V, Margaret J, Wm E, David M, John E, James B, Wm B, Thedora, Luida]

Will probated 2 July 1883

[NI12361] Ellis Melton, KY Death Index, Certificate 24212
Emma Melton, KY Death Index, Certificate 08436

[NI12557] William D Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 13244

[NI12561] Lived in the reign of Henrys IV, V & VI (1413-1422)

Acquired Hanby Castle in Norway

[NI12563] J I Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 27148
Minnie Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 16424

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [James, Nannie, Nolia May, James F, Charles E, Autha P]

[NI12564] Marriage License: performed at E. L. Lambs, in the presence of John D Carl and C H Jackson

1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Gold E, Zera]

Golden owned a farm in Hopkins County near White Plains for several years. He attended one-room schools and taught at the Oak Grove School for two years. He and his brother Ike ran Hamby Station, a train depot and general store near St. Charles for several years.

[NI12569] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861
Marriage License: Issued Hopkins Co., to be married at Brides house.
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [James, Sarah, Nancy, Minnie, Matilda (mother)]
1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [James, Sarah]

[NI12574]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA-with parents

[NI12575]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA-with parents

[NI12576]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA-with parents

[NI12578] Cynthia (Hamby) Price, KY Death Index, Certificate 114221

[NI12582] 1880 Scates Mill, Christian, KY: Charles, Sarah E, Lennie, Sulia V, James W, Edward N, Frankie Hamby SIL

[NI12587] 1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Albert, Dora, Edger, Karl, Elmer, Clou, Mamie]

Died Doing His Duty, Saint Charles, KY
On the evening of December 24, 1916 A H Hamby, after having been fatally shot four times by Marion Long, returned shots which proved fatal to Long.
A H Hamby was city Marshall of St. Charles and Long was misbehaving in the company store. Marshall Hamby asked him to consider himself under arrest, and Long began shooting. After the shooting both men walked out of doors. Long fell dead, and Hamby dropped to his knees, eased back on
the ground and said "tale my gun to my wife. Tell her I died a brave man" and said, "I am killed but I died doing my duty." He lived an hour and half or two hours.
A H Hamby was thirty-seven years old and was a son of Mr and Mrs James Hamby. He was born and raised near Hamby Station, KY. He leaves an aged mother, four brothers and two sisters, a wife and five children to mourn his loss besides a host of other relatives and friends.

[NI12597]

Grace died while very young

[NI12601]

Hudson moved to Missouri in the late 1850's

[NI12602]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Reed, Lucetta, Joseph R, Mary M, Lurissa, E
Polk, Eva Lee, John R]

[NI12633]

1970 Crittenden Co., KY-with parents

[NI12637]

Ky Vol Us Army, died of typhoid fever in Henderson, KY

[NI12638]

William Green McKnight



1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [ William Nancy, John R, Wm J]

[NI12639] Isaac T. McKnight: was not mentally competent. The family tradition says he was terribly afraid of fire and was always putting out the necessary fires that were used at home. Knowing that there were several big fires in the family, some of them taking the lives of children in the family, one wonders if Isaac was caught in a fire at some time and his life endangered.

[NI12640] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [J R, Barrote E, Wm E, Thomas E, Charitty K, George B, Ezekial Hamby - border, age 26]

J R hung himself, after losing his only daughter and wife. Thomas T. McKnight went to court and became guardian to J. R.'s children.

[NI12641] Daniel M. McKnight: died of small pox. He served in the Conf. Army under Col. Johnson, 10th KY Cav. His military records says he was unmarried, 5'8" tall, with black hair and eyes. He was taken prisoner by the Union forces and taken to a prison camp at Pomeroy, Ohio near Cincinnati.

[NI12642] Records indicate that Everett was natural son of Thomas T and Josie Edwards.

Thomas was only 16 when he ran away from home and joined "Morgan's Raiders", where he was wounded. Per his children, he carried a scar to his grave, the results of a gunshot wound in the stomach. He was eligible for a pension but he "did not want anything the government had to offer him." He lost his arm in a sawmill explosion on May 4, 1899 in Christian Co., KY.

Minerva disliked the name so much, she changed it herself. Her tombstone carried the name Nerva. She was a tiny person, not quite five feet tall, with black hair. She never weighed over 100 pounds and wore a size two shoe.

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [T T]
1910 Christian CO., KY [Thomas T, Frances, Lucian, Taylor, Garnett, Ruben, Alan]

[NI12644]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Aquilla B, Mary E, John W P, Henry B, Leonoisa
L, Julia T, Robert Y, Ida C]

[NI12645] 1920 Hopkins Co., Kentucky: John T, America C

[NI12650] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI12652] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Marion, Mary L, Ralph C, Athel N]

[NI12658] 1920 Caldwell Co., KY: Albert H, Martha G

[NI12663] Arthur S Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 26239

[NI12678] 1880 Hopkins Co., KY: F M, Sarah K, Geo J, Robt R, JohnW, Mary J, Ida May, James Walker -sson

[NI12691] Marriage License: Bond between Elijah Armstrong and Thomas C. Clark. Marriage performed by A. Brasher, JP, on the 26th day of March 1845.

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [ Elijah, Cinderella, Crittenden, Narcissa, Malissa]
1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Elijah, Cinderella, CF, LC, MJ, South Carolina, WN, BP, MA, Jane (88)]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Elijah, Winfield W, Benjamin P, Margare A, Sarah A, Elijah H]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [ Elijah,Winfield W, Benjamin P, Alzadia, Sarah A, Elijah H]

Elijah was a constable and magistrate.

[NI12692] Marriage License: Bond between Josiah Haley and Philip Hamby, attested by Abraham Stiles, CCCC, performed by P Brasher, JP.

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Josiah, Almarinda, Sarah J, William L]
1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Josiah, Almironda, Milton, Mierva, Crittenden, George]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Josiah, Almirinda, Milton M, Minerva, Crittenden, George]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Josiah, Maranda, Crit, George L]

[NI12694]

Frederick Croft: LDS Ancestry File shows he was born in England.

[NI12708]

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [William, Elizabeth, Martha, Ingram W, Dunsmar,
Leander, Lydia, Nathan, Thomas]

[NI12718] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [William B; William H H; Louisa E; James B; Walter T]

William inlisted in the 17th Reg't Kentucky Cavalry on September 5, 1864 at the age of 18. He was 5' 5" tall, with blue eyes and light hair.

[NI12727] Winfield Webster Armstrong: Birth: Kentucky Vital Statistics 1852-1861
Winfield never married.

[NI12728] Birth: Kentucky Vital Statistics 1852-1861

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Benjamin, Leona, Inez, Logan, Golden]
1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [BP, Leona, Inez, Lomond, Golden, Webster]

[NI12729] Birth: Kentucky Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI12730] Kentucky Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI12731] They went to Texas

[NI12736] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Elijah, Emma, Garret, Cecil P, Cinderella]

Elijah P. Armstrong, KY Death Index, Certificate 17194

[NI12739] Virginia Mildred (Martin) Holt, KY Death Index, Certificate 28493

[NI12744] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Burn, Millie, Florence, John]

[NI12747] Bryon L. Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 26905

[NI12749] no 1870 , 1880 Christian or Hopkins, where did they go?

[NI12755] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [ IA, Narcis E, Wm W, Eliza E, Robert A, Charles W, James H]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Isaac, Narcissa C, I H, Clifton, Beverly H, Essie]

Isaac A Cook, KY Death Index, Certificate 19086
Narcissas C Cook, KY Death Index, Certificate23222

[NI12760]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [W A, Rebecca A, John A, Virginia J, Lenora]

[NI12763] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [James, Lena, Cecil, brother Luther]



[NI12766] James W Pyle, KY Death Index, Certificate 15823
Bertha L Pyle, KY Death Index, Certificate 00388

[NI12822] Member of First United Methodist church, served as the last Republican sheriff in Christian Co., from 1929 until 1933. Retired in 1963 from the Army Corps of Engineers in Nashville, Tennessee. Lived most of his life in Hopkinsville.

[NI12827] Malburn Cansler, KY Death Index, Certificate 17485

[NI12829] John Edison Cansler, Ky Death Index, Certificate 06337

[NI12867]

Never married.

[NI12887] Last worked in Tennessee at the Nuclear Plant

[NI12892]

Army Pension Records

WILLIAM HAMBY Widow: Mourning L & M, 6 Mo. Cav. Cpt - Cpt

29 Apr 1891 Inval Appl

7 July 1915 Widow Applic Ky



1870 Cedar Co., MO [William, Leonice, Isaac, Greenville]



1880 Cedar Co., MO [William, Morning, Green, Martha J, Nancy E, America,
Lilla]

[NI12904] 1880 Cedar Co., MO: Marion, Margaret, Silas, Ida

[NI12907] 1880 Jefferson, Cedar, MO: Milton, Nancy, Mary, Nancy, James

[NI12937]

He was a Deputy Sheriff and Sheriff for many years in Pawnee, OK.

[NI13121] Dennis Lee Hamby: served 4 years during the 1960's in the Air Force. He was stationed overseas, as a linguists, in Turkey. He hated Turkey. He spoke 13 languages and was a master chief.
Dennis was a real humanist--a real believer in mankind. What I remember most in growing up with him is that he stood up for the underdog, including members of his family. He believed in right and wrong and how people should treat each other. His compassion was always yielding to the moment, feeling the sadness of the world--the hunger, the violence, etc. He hated violence and abuse in any form. He was kind, genuine and had a laugh that filled a room with pure joy. I imagine that if he were living today, he would be a leader for human rights, fighting injustice wherever it stood in front him.
Vulnerable and unafraid to show it, he experienced compassion even for himself because he knew he had to as a role model for others. He knew that his vulnerability helped him through many world sights that left him unsettled in his heart. He knew what he was made of--however, I don't think he really knew how great he was because of who he was as a man.

[NI13488] M. J. found Crawford Co., Mo. age 2 (with parents)

[NI13545] Nathaniel Hamby has no recorded land holding in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina. No war record. No record of him in South Carolina after 1790. He was placed in Spartanburg in 1790. Subsequently there was a Nathaniel in Clarke Co., Georgia in 1805. There was also Nathaniel in Baldwin Co., Georgia in 1807.


1790 Spartanburg Co., SC; 2 m > 16; 4 m < 16; 3 females
1800 - doesn't show in census, records indicate they are in Georgia
1810 Spartanburg Co., SC: 2 m 16-25; 1 m 45+; 1 f 16-25; 1 f 45+


[NI13561] Marriage License: I James Bishop do certify that I did on the 24th day of August 1843 solemnize the writs of matrimony between Alexander Miller and Margaret Hamby according to law.

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Alex, Margaret, Sonja, Jane, William]
1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Alex, Margaret, Janes, W T, Jeremiah, Charlot, John M]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Alexander, William, Jeremiah, Charlotte, John, Boney]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Alexander, Charlotte, John M, Beaurogard, Leenary]

[NI13563] Marriage License" I certify that by virtue of a license issued from the clerks office of the Hopkins County Court, I this day solemnized matrimony between Robert E. Duncan and Susan Hamby given under my hand this 9th day of April 1851. Signed F. D. Wood.

1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Robert, Susan]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Robert, Susan, Endora, Margaret, John]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Robert, Susannah, Dora, Margaret, John]

[NI13568] Marriage License: Issued by Orlean Bishop, Clerk of the County Court on this 15th day of February 1860. Marriage performed same day at Thompson Hamby's house, in the presence of Thomas Crabtree and Robert Robertson.

[NI13569] Hopkins Co., Marriages 1807-1868
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [William, Nancy]

[NI13575] Nathaniel Nichols and Charlotte Hamby and Charlotte Hamby
Hopkins Co., Marriages 1807-1868
Marriage License: issued by Orlean Bishop, CCCC, performed by W Young, JP, at the house of Isaac Hamby, in the presence of Isaac Hamby and John Day.
1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Nathaniel, Charlotte]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Charlotta, Ezekial, Wiley, Wright, Clarence]

[NI13583] Mrs. Lillian G. Hamby, 83, of 316 Hamby Ave., Dawson Springs, died at 8:26 p.m. Tuesday (May 14, 1974) in Kentucky Rest Haven at Madisonville. She was a widow of Cordie H. Hamby. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Sumner, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA; a son John Hamby, Elmhurt, Illinois; 7 grandchildren, one of whom is Mrs. Beth Smiley, 610 Victoria Ave., Madisonville; 2 great grandchildren and a sister, MRs. Ethel Buchanan, Dawson Springs.

[NI13584] William Washington Fuqua, KY Death Index, Certificate 20158

[NI13624] The Courier Journal Louisville, KY

Kopkinsville, Lois Hamby Poindexter, 74, died here Friday. Funeral 2 p.m. Sunday, Hughart & Beard Hopkinsville Funeral Home. Visitation after 8 a.m. Sunday.

[NI13628] Herbert Hesselton Flather, Jr: Buried: United States Military Academy, West Point, NY

[NI13635] Earl Hamby, Vancouver, WA, a former resident of Earlington, died suddenly while playing golf there Thursday. He was a retired state employee and a member of the Presbyterian Church of Vancouver and a Masonic Lodge there.
He was a Kentucky Colonel who had retired five years ago. While living in Earlington, Hamby was employed by St. Bernard and West Kentucky Coal Companies. During World War II, he and Mrs. Hamby moved to Vancouver where he was employed by the Kaiser Company building ships.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth and a son Earl Jr.

[NI13695] 1880 Dycusburg, Crittenden, Kentucky: Marshall, Malinda, Young, Fannie, Samuel, Richard, Elizabeth -DIL, Joseph -Gson, Ben Patterson -SIL, Albert -Gson

[NI13734] Lester Worth Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 08320

[NI13741]

1850 Christian CO., KY [Susanna, Daniel]

[NI13747] 1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Sarah, M E, I F M, Mary, Newton]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Sarah, Mary Ann, Malinda E, Newton J, Malinda G,
Henry Isbaell]

[NI13749] 1880 Christian CO., KY [W B, Hester, Jane (sis in law)]

[NI13750] 1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [David J, Nancy A, Viola E]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [David S, Nannie A, Viola, Charlie H]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [David, wife Allice]

[NI13755] Two Crawford daughters were named in Margaret's fathers will.

[NI13759] He is a commissioned U. S. Navy retired.

[NI13767]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI13781]

1870 Christian Co., kY [Joseph, Margaret E, William H, Sarah B, James A,
Joseph Jr.]

[NI13790] Zadie McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 01938
Abb McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate31431

Alby went to school in Bowling Green, KY, and studied to become a bookkeeper. He worked for Blue Diamond Coal Company. Alby changed his name to Abb.

[NI13849]

"Buss"

[NI13857]

Clayton Tribune 25 Sept., 1997:

Maggie died in the Britt Haven Health Care Center in Franklin.

Dau of William R and Ellen Corn Shupe.



Funeral and burial at the Head of Tennessee Baptist Church, Rabun

Co., Georgia

[NI13863] M. Hamby: believe this might be Miles M. Hamby, who married a Temperance Murphy, on 30 Aug 1869, Dallas Co., Mo.

[NI13866]

James Cansler and Mary Goodloe



1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [James, Mary A, Elizabeth A, James C W, America
G, Elijah Hill, Virginia, William W C, Lycurgus C]

[NI13868]

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Golden, Elizabeth, Samuel, Jane E, Missouri,
Golden Pengree, Chesly M]

[NI13869] Finis Edgar Renshaw, KY Death Index, Certificate 19673
Emma Renshaw, KY Death Index, Certificate 15772

[NI13871]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [J C, Martha Jane, Emeline N, Mary Lue, Eldora J,
Martha, James L]

[NI13877]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Finis H, Lavinia J, Gustavus A, Herschel G,
Samantha L]

[NI13878]

Plinny F Cansler and Mary Temperance Renshaw



1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Plinny F, James, William H]

[NI13942]

1850 Christian CO., kY [Thomas, Catherine, Pascal D, Nancy D]

[NI13945]

1850 Christian Co., kY [Aquilla, Mary A, Artemesia J, Albert H]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Aquilla, Mary Ann]

[NI13946]

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Alexander, Margaret, Alonzo W, Rachel R, William
A, Thomas J, Elbridge Gerry, Melissa]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Alexander, Malissa]

[NI13947]

1850 Christian Co., kY [Larkin T, Harriet, Carian, Goldsmith, Mary, Joab
Clark, Larkin T, Jr. , Thomas B, James K Polk, Ninian Grey]

[NI13949]

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Jacob C, Agnes, George M, Curtis A, Celeste A,
Catherine]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Jacob C, Agnes, Curtis, Arabella, Delona C]

[NI13950]

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Isham S, Rosey E, Balfour W, Francis A, Geo W,
Goldsmith P]

[NI13955]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Joab N, Nancy B, Orrela, Elizabeth, Mary, Joab
Jr, Mclong, - Mary v (daughter in law)]

[NI13990]

1850 Christian Co., Ky [ Jos, serena A, Josephine]

[NI14008]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Larkin T, Margaret J, David R, Parthena M,
Thomas B]

[NI14018]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14019]

Birth: Kentucky Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14027]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14029]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14038]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [James W, Luretha A, Lycurgus M]

[NI14039]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Wilson H, E Mildred, Amanda E, George W, Adelia
M, Robert R, Samuel L, Jernsha E, Curtis A, Walter W, Iona L]

[NI14063]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14064]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14065]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14087]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14095]

Francis Mike B Cansler: Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14096]

Sardena A. Cansler: Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14148]

Josiah will probated 1847, Book 5, pages 389-390

[NI14164]

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [John, Susanna, Amatsey, nancy, Susanna, hetty,
Polly, Caroline, Artemesia, John W]

[NI14188]

James Henry Walls



1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [James H, Cynthia, Lilly, Oscar, Dempsey, Rosa
Jones - granddaughter, Jack Jones - grandson]

[NI14244] 1880 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents
1920 Hopkins Co., KY: Charles T, Olin, D F, Geo R, Pansy, Thomas W-father

[NI14314] She hemorrhaged to death.

[NI14315] He was killed in a sawmill explosion.

[NI14316] He was killed in a sawmill explosion.

[NI14317] Thomas T McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 10565

Tee lost an arm in an explosion at the sawmill, the same one that killed two of his brothers.

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas E, Cora, Leslie]

[NI14319] George McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 11907
Ada McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 24502

[NI14327] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [George, Mattie, James]

George McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 11907
Mattie McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 15024

[NI14334] Robert died as a result of an automobile accident.

[NI14341] Mary A McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 18812

[NI14360] Lee Barrett McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 02126

[NI14363] Nola's death was due to burns from a fire in a grate that caught her clothing on fire.

[NI14364] 1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Nelson, Ola, Leo Corrinne, Frank - hired hand]

Nelson McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 13889
Ola McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 19074

[NI14372] He died from typhoid.

[NI14373] He died from measles

[NI14374] Garrett McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 08593

[NI14376] Ruby changed his name to Rube. He died due to bronchovasicular carinona.

Rube McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate 07981
Cordie McKnight, KY Death Index, Certificate11093

[NI14379] Records indicate that Everett was a natural son of Thomas T and Josie Edwards. He taught school. He died due to fever of unknown origin.

[NI14383] 1900 Christian Co., kY [John, Lizzie, Flora H, Fred, Barrett, Clara, Ernest, Eldora, Amelia Hamby]
1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [John S, Minerva E, Fred, Burrill E., Clara A, Ernest M, Sallie E, Amelia C Hamby - mother in law]

[NI14409]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14424] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [James, Mildred, Bessie, Bertie, mother- Mary]

[NI14447]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14448]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14449]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14450]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14512]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [David, Altezera, Byron, Mattie]

[NI14513]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14515] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14529] KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14544] 1870 Wilkes Co., NC: Wiley G, Amy Ann, Nancy - mother
1880 Bald Mountain, Watauga, NC: Wiley G, Hannah, G W, Nancy (Mother)

[NI14557] The Courier Journal Louisville, KY

Hopkinsville: Edwin Malcolm Hamby, 70, died here Sunday. His wife Elizabeth survives. Funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday, Hughart & Beard Funeral Home. Visitation after 5 p.m. Monday.

Edwin M. Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 00402

[NI14586] Webster Armstrong, KY Death Index, Certificate 12521
Eulah Armstrong, KY Death Index, Certificate 29903

[NI14587] Golden (Armstrong) Boyd, KY Death Index, Certificate 08307

[NI14589] Inez (Armstrong) East, KY Death Index, Certificate 03675

[NI14620] 1900 Christian CO., KY [Edward, Fannie O, Alva M, Brother Robert A, Brother Charles W]

[NI14623] Charles never married.

[NI14625] Clifton never married.

[NI14632] 1840 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA 10001 10001
1850 Wilkes Co. North Carolina, USA [Wesley, Sarah, Lindsey, Martha, Henry, Franklin, Asa]
1870 Wilkes Co., NC: Wesley, Sarah, Linville, Asa, Rebecca

[NI14643]

He died at home froma heart attack.

[NI14649] Fannie (Morris) Cook, KY Death Index, Certificate 00234

[NI14653] Horace Carnelius, KY Death Index, Certificate 04505
Valerie (Marquess) Cornelius, KY Death Index, Certifcate 25628

[NI14654] 1860 Wilkes Co., NC: Henry, Elizabeth
1870 Wilkes Co., NC: Henry, Elizabeth, Phinias, George, Vance

[NI14655] Ethel never married.

[NI14657] Charlie Wells, KY Death Index, Certificate 25383

[NI14658] 1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [James C, Leona, Ehtel L, Elijah - brother]

James Crittenden Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 24682
Leona Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 02706

[NI14660] John William Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 04340
Rosa Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 18484

[NI14662] Benjamin Roston Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 13803
Luro Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 07922

[NI14669] KY Sgt. 149 Inf. 38 Div WWI

Audley Roy Marquess, KY Death Index, Certificate 13601

[NI14679] Cecil never married.

[NI14689] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Milton M, Virginia, Marion]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Milton, Margaret, Ernest, Lela]

[NI14690] KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14691] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [John C, Frances, Edgar, Luther]

John C Haley, KY Death Index, Certificate 24526

[NI14719] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14720] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [T W, Virginia, Rebecca Ann]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas W, Mildred V, Eva, Evert, Ozella]

[NI14722] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14723] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [J A, Margaret J, Ella S, Thomas M]

[NI14726]

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Enoch, Malinda]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Enoch, Malinda, John M, Mary J, Finis]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA[E, Malindy]

[NI14735] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Allie, Carrie]

Allie Bowling, KY Death Index, Certificate 00308
Carrie Vernon (Renshaw) Bowling, KY Death Index, Certificate 08799

[NI14780] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI14790] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Maggie L]

[NI14793] 1900 Christian Co., kY [John, Virginia, Bertha, Bernice, Aubra]
1920 Christian Co., KY: J Medly, Belle, Eugene
J M Cansler, KY Death Index, Certificate 00475

[NI14794] Worthy Cansler, KY Death Index, Certificate 26577

[NI14869]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Volney C, Annie J, Lulie, Sarah H]

[NI14870]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Hosea B, Elizabeth S, Mary A, Geo M, Harry,
Clauda, Clifford, Ellen, Ada, Albert H]

[NI15020]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Albert H -lawyer, Lawson, Mary]

[NI15165]

Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI15177] Birth date taken from St. George Parish Records. The dates are wrong, since they show his brother being born 5 months apart.

8 Jul 1769 granted 200 acres, Beaver Dam Cr., Br. Enoree, all sides vacant in Spartanburg Co., South Carolina, Plat xv 261
15 Nov 1775 convicted of sedition, to be hanged by Ct. General Sess @96 [copy on file, Misc records SS 26 SCAH (South Carolina Arch. Hist.)]
27 Dec 1776 pardoned by Governor Rutledge
1 Dec 1779 Savannah "sick in quarters"
23 Feb 1781 Private Hamby died per the Loyalists Muster Rolls for the South Carolina Royalists.

[NI15194]

Lived in the time of kings Edward IV, Richard II and Henry VII
(1452-1509)

[NI15196] Lived during the reigns of Henry VII (1485-1509) and of Hnery VII (1509-1547)

[NI15197]

Coheir of Sir Henry Sleight, Knight of Winthrop in Lincolnshire and of
Thomas Greene of Northamptonshire

[NI15199] Record of him in St Geroge and St John's Parrish of the Later Day Saints in Hartford County Maryland.

Everything presently published shows William (1725) married to Anne and William (1744) married to Celia. However, if William (1725) is deceased before the 1790 census, there are too many children named William to be attributed to fathers named William. If William (1744) married Celia, how can he be in Burke Co., NC and Spartanburg Co., SC in the 1790 census with different number of children at the same time? It makes more sense that William (1702) married Anne as his second wife and William (1725) married Celia and it is William (1702) who is deceased at the time of the Spartaburg Co., SC land sales. The script in those land sales records suggests that "Amee" in John Merritt's will is a misreading of "Anne." If it is William(1703) who is deceased before the 1790 census and William (1725) is still alive at that time, then all the subsequent children named William can be accounted for.

1788-1799 SC land records show William Jr., rightful heir of William Sr., deceased selling land in Spartanburg Co., SC. Celia, wife of William Jr., and Anne, wife of William Sr., relinquish all rights.

19 Aug 1774 - land grant Spantanburg, South Carolina.
7 Jul 1786 - 100 acres on Laurel Creek, branch of Reddy River, above ancient Indian boundary, surveyed by Robert Hanna on warrent from John Thomas, Esquire
1788 - will probated
1790 South Carolina census (Ann) 1 m > 16; 1 m < 16; 2 females

[NI15221] Francis and his wife's name and chidlren are taken from the St. George Parish Records.

Verbel will sworn to by William Hamby, son of Francis Hamby, and approved by June Court, 1720. Wife, named Elizabeth, to whom estate was left.

This was found on the internet: In Nov 1695, Francis Hanby's wife Alice bound her son, Samuel Barker age 7, to Samuel Luckett in Maryland. Francis had land by Dec 1726 because he was mentioned in a deed from Samuel Hamby and Jane Hughes to John Durbun "adjoining lines of Francis Hamby on Deer Creek." In Sep 1738, Francis gave his granddaughter Elizabeth "Hambe," daughter of William, some "chattel goods."

[NI15230] They are divorced.

[NI15255] Marriage License: Issued by John Bryan, CCCC and John Brooks, DC.

1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [ Orlander, Mary, F E E]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Orlander, Mary]
1880 Christian CO., Ky [Orlander, Mary, Mildred, James, Albus, Orlander, Viola]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA-lived with son Albus

[NI15265] 1880 Fairview, Buncombe, NC: Mary E, Merica

[NI15271] 8 Nov 1788 bought 100 acres on Enoree river from William Hamby, Jr.
19 Jan 1790 112 acres on Lick Creek and Enoree river surveyed
20 Dec 1793 sold above mentioned land on Enoree river
13 Jul 1798 sold part of land bought from William and part of lanted granted to John in 1773, this indicates that his father was John since he wasn't born in 1773.
Sept 1798 Braddie Hamby reliquished right to land on Lick Creek

Moved to Christian, Kentucky, USA by 1821 where he executed a DEED OF GIFT to son J. Amos all of his land, with obligation to care for himself and wife Bradbrook for life, with also daughters living with him, Mariah and Malinda. Date of Deed Dec. 31, 1821, recorded Feb 15, 1922.

1800 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 16-20; 1 f < 10; 1 f 16-20

[NI15272] 1850 Coffee Co., TN: Mary

[NI15276] Marriage License: Bond between Jesse Hamby and Shadrick Lantrip. Witness William Cannon

1810 Greenville Co., SC
1820 Christian Co., KY: 1 m < 45; 1 f < 10; 1 f < 26
1830 Livingston Co., KY; 1 m < 5; 1 m < 40; 3 f < 5; 1 f < 10; 1 f < 40 WHERE IS Lavina age 12
1850 Crittenden Co., KY: Jesse, Margaret, Gracey, Jesse, Jeremiah
1860 Crittenden Co., KY: Jesse, Margaret, Jesse P, Jeremiah

Both are buried in the Koon Cemetery, Issue 32-37

[NI15277] Marriage License: performed by L Brasher, JP at E Renshaw's, in the presence of J Armstrong and Radley Hamby.

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Miander, Sarah, Malissa]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [M S, Sarah, Malissa, Rosa B, Lucian]

[NI15279] Marriage License: Married by George Robinson, JP. Consent by Isaac Hamby for son Jeremiah. Sally proven of age by oath of John Brasher

1850 Crittenden Co., KY: Jeremiah, Sarah, Lucretia, Malinda, Pernecia, Jesse P
1860 Crittenden Co., KY: Jeremiah, Sarah, Pernesia A

No Jeremiah Hamby in the 1870 census, assumed he died between 1860-1870

[NI15288] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [R P, Catalpa, Maude M, Florence, Eugene V, Orlena C]

[NI15297] Mabel Kathryn Alexander, 61, died at the Clinic Convalescent Center. She was employed by Ottenheimer in Dawson Springs and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Dawson Springs. She was the daughter of the the late Arthur Carner and Mrs. Birdie Carner. She is survived by two daughters and three grandchildren

[NI15299] Marriage License: Bond between James (his x mark) Hamby and Jeremiah (his x mark) Hamby. Witness: B. Wood. Marriage performed by Jos. Clark.
Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

1820 Christian, Kentucky, USA [1 m 26-44; 3 f < 10; 1 f 16-25]
1830 Census Christian County [2 males < 5 [Willis, Jeremiah]; 1 male 30-40 [James]; 1 female < 5 [Elizabeth]; 2 females 5-10 [Cintha, Charlotta]; 3 females 10-15 [Matilda, Lucinda, Elizabeth]; 1 female
30-40 [Nancy]
1850 Hopkins County Census [James, Nancy, Elizabeth, Willis, Artemesia, Nancy C]
1860 Hopkins County Census [James, Nancy, Jane
1870 Hopkins County Census [James, Nancy, Cinthy]

[NI15302]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [William J, Martha L, Finis B, Wiley W, Frances
B, Albert F, Fredonia E]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [ W J, Martha L, Finis M, W Walter, Albert J, F
Emma, M Helen]

[NI15310] KY Land Grants - 100 acres in Hopkins County 01-1844
20 acres in Hopkins County 01-1844

Marriage License: Bond between Thompson Hamby and William McKnight. Witness: Clark. Marriage performed by Jos. Clark [copy on file]

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Thompson, Elizabeth, Susanah, Jeremiah, Iljeretta, Isaac, John, Martha, Elizabeth, Nancy]
1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Thompson, Elizabeth, Isaac, John H, Martha, Jane, Nancy]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Thompson, Elizabeth, Matilda]

[NI15318] Nowhere referred to as Jr., middle name never spelled out.
Civil War veteran, CSA. Drew a Pension. Never Married.
Buried next to his sister, Mary Ann Hamby, in the Baptist Church Cem, Clayton, Georgia

[NI15328]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY [Wm T, Mary , Wm G, Jas F, Sarah J]

[NI15331] 1880 Bryan, Surry, North Carolina: Columbusa A, Elizabeth, Johnathan E, Mary C

[NI15336]

1870 Cedar Co., MO [Greenville, MalindaJ, William, Thomas, Ella, John]

1880 Cedar Co., MO [Greenville, Malinda J, Thomas, Arthur, Nancy A,
Minerva]

[NI15339] Manus Cemetery, Welling, Cherokee Co., OK

[NI15342] KY Land Grants - 150 acres in Christian County 12-1854
50 acres in Christian County 11-1860

Marriage License: Perfomed by Abraham Stiles. Jane sworn of age by John Lantrip.

1830 Census Christian County [1 male between 30-40 [phillip]; 3 females under 5 [Cinderella, Arenda, Alm] 1 female 20-30 [Jane]]

1840 Christian, Kentucky, USA [1 m < 5 [Orlander]; 2 m 5-10 [Leonidas, Leander]; 1 m 40-50 [Philip]; 1 f < 5 [Margaret]; 1 f 5-10 [Arenda]; 1 f 10-15 [Almironda]; 1 f 15-20 [Cinderella]; 1 f 30-40 [Jane]]
1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA (Phillip, Jane, Leander, Leonidas,Orlander, Margaret, Miander]
1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Phillip, Jane, Miander, Radley]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Phillip, Jane, Radley, Mildred, James, Orlander, Albert, Mildred Cansler]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Phillip]

[NI15343] David Allen Hamby- see Hamby Stories

[NI15352] 1840 Christian, Kentucky, USA [1 m 20-30; 1 f < 5; 1 f 20-30]
1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Neel, Lucinda, Malinda, Marcella, Nancy]
1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Neel, Lucinda, Malinda, Marcella, Nancy A]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Neel, Lucinda, Marcella]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [shows Alex?, Lucinda - niece Sallie Oldham] - ages fit to be Neel and Lucinda

[NI15353] 1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Jefferson W, Matilda, Hickman]
1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Jefferson, Matilda, James]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Matilda, James, Sydney]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky - Matilda is living with son James

[NI15358] Marriage License: singed F. D. Wood

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Gaines Chapel, Serena]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Serena, Ingram, Cordy]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Serena, Cordia, Lynn B]

[NI15370] 1830 Calloway Co., KY: 0211001000000-2011001000000

[NI15371]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Daniel]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Daniel]

[NI15372] Clyde D Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 16001

[NI15377] William came to KY in 1824 from South Carolina, with his parents.

Marriage License: Jeremiah gave consent for Charlotte. Signed. Jb Clark. Bond signed William McKnight and Jeremiah (his x mark) Hamby.
Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

1830 Christian, Kentucky, USA [1 m <5; 1 m 30-40; 1 f < 5; 1 f 20-30]
1840 Christian, Kentucky, USA [2 m < 5; 2 m 5-10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 40-50; 1 f < 5; 1 f 30-40]
1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [William, Crittenden, Isaac T, William, Jas R, Charlotte M, Daniel M, Thomas T]
1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [William, Isaac, James, Daniel M, Thomas T]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [William]

With her youngest only three weeks old, Charlotte died and was buried in front of her mother. She must of been well loved, because every family thereafter had a child named Charlotte. William never married again, he raised his children with the help of his slaves and his father-in-law, who lived a short distance away. William was magistrate in his neighborhood and surveyor. William left no will, his land was ivided by equal value by a civil court suit.

[NI15381] John Beck Lafayette Wall is thought to be the father of her first 2 children. John Beck Dockins thought to be the father of the 3rd. She may have been known as "Francie".

1880 Rabun Co., GA: Frances J, Lafayett, Martha J E

[NI15382] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Luther]

[NI15383] Lena Margaret (Hamby) McCord, KY Death Index, Certificate 19189

[NI15388] Marriage License: Consent signed by Abram Stiles, CCCC and A Montgomery, DC, consent of Philip Hamby as parent of said Leonidas and consent of James M. Armstrong as parent of said Permelia being personally given on the 3rd day of July 1854. Marriage performed by A. Wooldridge, JP in the presence of Goldsmith Brasher, William Crockett.

KY Land Grans - 35 acres in Christian County 02-1871

1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Leonidas, Permelia, Sarah, Finis, Minerva]
1870 Christian CO., KY [Leonidas, Permelia, Sarah, Finis, Minerva, John, Vivian]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Leonidas, Permelia, Minerva, John, Vivian, Radley E, Louis B, Luther L, Lena]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA - Permelia living with daughter Lizzie and son-in-law John Brown

[NI15390] They had no children, although they reared several orphans. Lived in Walhalla, South Carolina. Served as Judge of the Magistrate Court.

[NI15408] 1860 Tennessee [Abraham E, Elizabeth, Racheal, William R, Issac M, Sarah]
1880 Whitley Co., KY: Abraham, Elizabeth, Abraham W, Elizabeth

[NI15423] Marriage License: Issued by John Bryan, CCCC, performed by E. Armstrong, JP at Wiley Renshaws house in the presence of Alonzo Brasher and Josiah Haley.

KY Land Grants - 75 acres in Christian County 01-1857

1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [LWD, SA, Omer, Harvey M]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Leander, Synthia, Oma, Harvey, Frank, George, Harrison]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Leander, Synthia, Frances, George, Harrison, Virginia, Laura, Elizabeth]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Leander, Synthia, Frazier]

[NI15427] 1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [P H, Sarah, Malinda]

[NI15430]

Lived in the times of kings Edward IV, Richard II and Henry IV
(1452-1509)

[NI15432] Marriage License: issued by John Bryan, performed by D Wooldridge, JP at the residence of George Campbell, in the presence of W P McKnight, Bradley Croft and Mistley Brasher.

KY Land Grants - 300 acres in Hopkins County 09-1848

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Ezekial, Ilgaretta]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Delithia, Elizabeth]

Sgt. in U.S.A. 3rd KY. Cav. Co. A.
Army Pension Records
EZEKIEL R HAMBY: Widow Delithia A. A 3 Ky. Cav.
30 Jul 1863 Window Applic 27757 Certif: 90749

Delithia J Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 25585

[NI15455] 1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [James, Casandra, Anderson, Charles, James, Ezekial]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [James T, Clasarer M, Anderson A J, Charles T M, Jems, Ezekial, William R, Albert H, Suilda C, Cora l]

[NI15463] 1850 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA [Reuben, Rebecca, Lindsey, Thurmon]
1860 Cherokee Co., NC: Reuben, Rebecca, Linsey C, Thurman, James A, Andrew T, William, Doctor
1880 Beaver Damn, Cherokee, NC: Reuben, Rebecca, Andrew T, William A, rebecca Elizabeth, Ulysses Grant, Reuben D

[NI15466] Marriage License: issued by John Bryan, performed by D. Wooldridge, JP at John Cranors, in the presence of Moses Cranor, Nat Nichols and John Cranor.

17 Ky. Inf; Co E 25th Ky, Inf.
Army Pension Records
ANDERSON H. Widow Matilda E. 17 Ky Inf & 25 Ky Inf. filed 15 Apr 1890
Invalid appl 768652 from Ky 11 Oct 1893
Widow Appl 384169 Certificate 517.079

1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Anderson, Matilda, Ellender, Annie]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Anderson G, Tilda, Disy L, Bradley L, Bryon E, Lona B]

[NI15496]

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Hiriam, Sarah, Elijah, Elizaebth, Margaret,
Frances M]

[NI15504]

John Hamby Sr, of Penn's Neck, Salem Co., NJ; in 1727 signed a L 25 bond
to appear as a witness in the King's Court.

[NI15516] 1830 Jefferson Co., AL
1840 Jefferson Co., AL
1850 Jefferson Co., AL [David, Margaret, Milton, John, James, David, John, Elizabeth, Martha Stovall]

[NI15518]

1850 Jefferson Co., Al [William, Martha]

[NI15526] Thomas Hamby died without a will before November 6, 1826 which was the date the court appointed John Holcombe as Administrator. The Administrator's bond wa $3000. Thomas Neely, Robert Moore, and Zachery Price were sureties. The Estate inventory was made on December 6, 1826. It reveals that he was a farmer who raised cotton and corn and owned a grist mill. He also owned a negro slave named Milly and land lot 198 in the 10th district of Newton County. Looking through the papers proves he
had two older sons, Lemuel and Isaac Hamby who were appointed gaurdians of their brothers and sisters on January 8, 1828.

8 Oct 1810 Thomas Hamby of Randolph Co., Georgia (now Jasper) bought from Richard Fretwell of same, 60 acres, Deed Bk 6, page 370.

1830 Newton GA: Easther: 1 m 5-10; 2 m 15-20; 2 f 10-15; 1 f 40-50

[NI15529] Newton Co., Georgia Marriage records: Book A, page 159

1830 Newton Co., Georgia: 1 m 05-; 1 m 20-30; 1 f 15-20
1840 Newton Co., Georgia: 120001-20001
1850 Newton Co., Georgia [Isaac, Nancy, Jeremiah, Moses, George, Mary, Sarah, Dorothy, John, Emeline, William, Susan]
1860 Newton Co., Georgia [Isaac, Nancy, Moses, Jeremiah, Sarah, Dorothy, Mathew, John, Emeline, Isaac JC]
1880 Rockdale, GA: Isaac, nancy, Sarah, Jasper, Blanche -DIL, Thomas, William - nephew

Isaac was a baptist preacher.

[NI15530] Newton Co., Georgia Marriage Records: Book A, page 265

1850 Meriwether Co., Georgia [Jonathan, Letha, Thomas, NS, EF, JW, EE, CY]

[NI15531] Marriage: Newton Co., Book A, pg 416

[NI15533] Marriage: Harris Co., Book M, page 1-26
Will: Made 2 May 1884; attested 3 Aug 1885. Left to wife Synthia, sons: Charles M, Adm., Thomas D and William J; dau Fanny M.
Cynthia Will made 24 Dec 1904; attested 6 Mar 1905. Left to Thomas D, William J and heirs of Charles M and Mary Francis Moore.
1850 Harris Co., Georgia [Thomas, Syntha, Thomas, John, William]
1880 Harris Co., GA: Thomas J, Cintah, Mary F,

[NI15535] Marriage, Clarke Co., Book D, page 3
1860 Newton Co., Georgia [William T, Susan A, Joel C, Truman J]
December 16, 1861, William T. Hamby enlisted as a private in Co. C. 4th Regt. Ga. State Troops. He mustered out April 1862, and was appointed 3d Corporal of Co. E. 56th Regt. Ga. Inf. May 1, 1862. He died at home with chronic diarrhea on October 8, 1863.

[NI15536] Affidavit to be Made by the Widow. STATE OF GEORGIA, County of Cobb. In person came before me, the undersigned Ornidnary and for the County of Cobb, Mrs. Susan A. Hamby, who being sworn according to law, says under oath she is the widow of William T. Hamby, who was a soldier in the service of the Confederate States, and served as a member of Company E, of the 56th Regiment GA Volunteers; that he enlisted in said service on or about the 1st day of April 1862, and was in the Army, he was on the 8th day of October 1863, came home from Vicksburg, Miss. with chronic diarrhoea, July 1863 and died October the 8th with said disease, she further swears that her said husband was confined to bed from the time he came home until his death, not being able to sit up a single day from the time he came home until his death, and she further swears that said disease was the direct cause of his death. Deponent further swears that she was the wife of said deceased soldier during his term of service in the army, and that she had never married since his death; that she became his wife on the 1th day of March 1849, and that she has resided in Georgia continuously since the 15th day of September 1833; that Georgia is her home, and such the 23d day of December 1890, and since said date she has not lived in any other State or locality. Deponent, as the widow of said deceased soldier husband, applies for the pension provided by Act of the General Assembly of Georgia, approved December 23d, 1890, for the pension year ending February 1st, 1892, and herewith tenders the proof of her right to receive the allowance granted by said Act.
Susan A. Hamby (her mark)
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the
1st day of May 1891.
J.M. Stone, Ordinary


1880 Cobb Co., GA: Susan A, Trouman J, William Eidson, Colly, Mary V, Lidia R

[NI15540] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book B, page 301

1880 Cobb Co., GA: living with mother

[NI15555] Marriage: Cobb Co., Nook B, page 663

[NI15556] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book I, page 602

[NI15562] Albert was a Postmaster at Crossville, Cumberland, Tennessee. He served in the Confederate Army Calvary; he was a Masonic High Priest and a Cumberland Co., Trustee

1870 Cumberland Co., TN; Albert, Catherine
1880 District 5, Cumberland, TN: Albert N, Catharine, Alice E, Florence E, Martha J, William, Volden H

[NI15575] 1880 Crossville, Cumberland, TN: Elnira

[NI15580] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book S, page 298

[NI15582] Moses was an idiot accouding to the 1850 census.

[NI15583] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book C, page 246
See Rockdale Co., Deed Bks. B C F contain records of Jasper's transactions. He bought and sold land, finally in 1880 Isaac sold or gave him land for perpetual care of himself and Nancy, which Jasper undertook in 1885. In 1897 Jasper and Ollie were living in Marshall Co. AL (with Isaac & Nancy?). He later went to Paducah, TX where he died.

[NI15584] 1880 District 2, Cumberland, TN: Thomas, Lydia, John, Adelia, Andrew, Luella, Virginia, Emmet, Oscar, Amanda

[NI15585] Teacher, judge, postmast
Private, Co. A, 28th Reg. Tennessee Vols
November 18, 1886, Crossville Town Commissioner Treasurer

1880 Crossville, Cumberland, TN: William, Frances, Virgil

[NI15586] E - 1 Tenn Inf. Pvt-Pvt
August 17, 1877 Invalid Application
September 1, 1905 Widow Application Tenn.

In 1861 he enlisted in the Confederate Army and participated in the battles of Fishing Creek and Shilo and was discharged shortly after the last named battle on account of sickness.

After peace was declared he began studying and teaching. Being an inveterate reader his range of study and investigation was very wide and he acquired a store of useful knowledge which enabled him to skillfully direct the young as well as to qualify him for the ministry which he entered at the age of 25. He was ordained to preach by the Christian church. He taught for several years in the state of Kentucky and went from the latter to Texas, where he resided for a period of years. He was admitted to the bar, but never followed the calling to any great extent..."

Called "Gunter of Bugtown" 28th Reg. Tennessee Vols. Master Mason. Editor, Crossville News Democrat. Teacher, lawyer, minister. Ministry took him to TX, MO, IO, and Georgia. Home in Antioch. Wounded in Battle of Shiloh.

[NI15589]

Cumberland Co. Trustee

[NI15591]

Buried Lovelady Cemetery, Byrdstown, Tennessee

[NI15595] 1880 District 2, Cumberland, TN: Gideon, Armilda, Dora

[NI15596]

Cause of death: Heart failure

[NI15636] 1850 Buncombe Co., NC: Susan, Leander, Dicia, Martha, Mary, Mill, Louisa J, Burt
1860 Buncombe Co., NC: Susan, Martha, Mary, Mill, Janie, Burton, Elvira, Delia
1880 Black Mountain, Buncombe, NC: Susan - listed as Divorced

[NI15648] Thomas was in the 5th Sr Reserves, Company A in the Civil War. He came and went as he pleased at home. In Millington Lytle's will Susan is listed as widow, therefore we know Thomas died before 1870.

1840 Buncombe 010001-11001

[NI15654]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA

[R C, Harriett, Allen R]

[NI15660] Ab Hamby
A Story by Dick Reed

AB Hamby lived in Black Mountain, NC. He died 14 years before I was born. I know very few stories about him. Some, I wouldn't want printed. One that comes to mind was told to me by a local man by the name of Caldwell Owenby. When I knew him, he was into making muzzle loading rifles and competitive shooting of same.
The story he told me revolved around turkey shoots. According to him, AB Hamby was notorious for winning the prize at such events for which an entry fee was charged. He had always wanted to shoot against AB but could not afford the entry fee. At one turkey shoot someone put up the money to sponsor Caldwell. At the end of the shoot, only Caldwell and AB were left shooting and the score was tied. It was decided that it was necessary to have a shoot-off between the two. Caldwell was about to get what he had always dreamed of. But, he was not to realize his dream. His sponsor got together with AB and decided to divide the prize, which was a beef, between them. Caldwell would never know if he could out shoot AB.
The other thing he told me about AB was that when all others were using modern rifles for the period, AB was still using the muzzle loader. Everyone thought that AB's ability to win was the accuracy of that particular gun. A lot of people wanted to use his gun, which he would readily allow them to do. According to Caldwell, these folks would almost, if not completely miss the target using AB's gun. The trick was that AB deliberately set the sights off and had shot the gun enough to be able to compensate and shoot extremely accurately. Naturally, all others who borrowed the gun assumed that the sights were set properly, and, of course, AB didn't tell anyone otherwise.
AB loved children, but, unfortunately, liked to tease them. One story I was told by my grandmother concerned AB and my father. I gues it's more about my father. The story goes that AB was in my grandfather's store and had been teasing my dad, who I believe was about 6 to 8 years old at the time. As AB was leaving, he did something to tease my dad. About the time AB got to the door, Dad picked up a very ripe tomato, called AB, and when he turned around, Dad hit him right between the eyes with the tomato. That's where the story ends. I wish I knew if Dad suffered for the perfect throw.
It is my understanding that AB made his living by buying tracts of timber, having it cut and sold. He was also known to be quite a trader. Another thing he was known for was being the local, unofficial banker, loaning money at a pretty good interest rate.
The picture that I have of AB is that he was a very colorful individual who enjoyed a good joke, teasing and life.

1880 Black Mountain, Buncombe, NC: Alberto, Oria M, Thomas H, William L, Mellington, Lachariah

[NI15667]

1830 Jefferson Co., AL

1850 Blount Co., AL [James, Luoretia, Eliza, Elisabeth, Leabel, nancy,
William, Sarah, Martha, Milton, Thomas, Serena]

[NI15668]

1850 Jefferson Co., AL [John, Amanda]

[NI15729] March 7, 1856

Died, in the morning, Feb. 23d, 1856, at her residence in the town of
Louisville, Blount County, East Tennessee, Mrs. Julia Englantine Hamby, wife
of Christopher C. Hamby, born April 26, 1821. Mrs. Hamby was, for years, a
member of the Methodist Church; and naturally of a mild and pleasant frame of
mind. She moreover added the purity and adornment of the Christian.

[NI15766] Marriage License: Bond signed James (his x mark) Hamby and Samuel Chandler.

[NI15768] Arthur was a commercial artist by profession. He graduated from the Chicago Institute in 1903. The moving pictures were coming into their own at that time. He was working day and night, on a new kind of film, which he hoped to perfect in a short time. He was stricken with heart trouble and did not live to see his fondest hopes realized.

[NI15770] James and Benjamine Hamby settled in Hartford Co., MD, just out of Baltimore on the Chesapeak Bay, and began at once to erect a canning factory. They canned fish and oysters in winter, fruit and vegetables in the summer. It has remained in the Hamby family since.James and Benjamin settled just out of Baltimore on the Chesapeak Bay and began at one to erect a fanniing factory. They canned fish and oysters in the winter, fruit and vegetables in the summer. It has remained in the Hamby family since.

[NI15776] 1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Frazier L, Vidia, Cynthia - mother]
1920 Christian Co., Kentucky: Lawson, Vidia, Lyman, Mary E, Raleigh, Edwin

Frasher Lawson Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 26693
Vida Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 00290

[NI15804] 2 Feb 1773 petitioned for 150 acres
23 Feb 1773 granted land on Craven Co., Lick Cr., waters of Enoree R., all sides vacant, Plats XV 262.
15 Nov 1775 convicted of sedition, to be hanged by Ct. General Sess @96 [copy on file]
27 Dec 1776 pardoned by Govenor Rutledge
1 Dec 1779 Savannah - absent
1 Oct 1795 sold above mentioned land on Lick Cr, bounding John Hambys land to south - in Spantanburg Co., South Carolina.

1790 Spartanburg Co., SC: 3 m > 16; 3 M <16; 3 females

1805 Absalom, Isaac Sr., Isaac Jr., John, Thomas and William show up in Clark Co., Georgia. It seems more than a coincident that in the 1790 census there are 6 males with Isaac (including himself) and in 1805 6 males show up in the same area of Georgia.

[NI15810]

1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [David, Peggy]

[NI15813] Marriage License: Bond between Josiah Hamby and Philip Hamby, performed by L Brasher, JP.

1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas, Arenda, Marion]
1860 Christian CO., KY [Thomas, AA, Mariah, PC, ME, Virginia, MJ]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas, Arinda, Marthan E, Virginia, Margaret J, Emily]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas, Arenda, Marthena]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Thomas, Annie, Ellis Walkier - grandson]



[NI15817]

John Cansler and Matilda Renshaw



1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA [John, Matilda, Emily C, Martin V B, Marcus
Burnett, Mary M, James K Polk, Salina L, John W]

[NI15821]

1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA

[NI15825]

Wylie Renshaw and Elizabeth Cansler



1850 Christian CO., kY [Wiley, Elizabeth, William J, Cynthia A,
Elizabeth J, Henry A, Nancy C, Linley C, Sarah A, Virginia]

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Elizabeth, Eliza J, Virginia, Rosena, Ransom C,
Wiley R]

[NI15829] Lived in the times of kings Edward IV, Richard II, and Henry VII (1452-1509)

[NI15830] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Allie, Minnie, Cecil]

[NI15836] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861;

[NI15837] 1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA[H M, Allie, Cora May, Flora S]

Harvey M. Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 06189

[NI15840] 1900 Christian Co, KY [Harrison, Johnnis, Farmer, Arthur, Lonnie, Lula]
1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Johnnie, Arthur, Lula]

[NI15845] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA[ L O, Leta, Clide, Rexie, Earl]
1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Lucien O, Lela, Clark, Rex, Earl J, Wiliam, Margaret H]

[NI15852] 1850 Rutherford Co., North Carolina, USA [Allen, Barbara, William, Allore, Francis, David]
1860 Rutherford Co., NC: Allen, Barbara, David

[NI15870] In 1830 Allen fits to be a child of Henry, John, Simpson and William Jr. In 1840 he fits to be a child of Simpson or William. He is not a child of William Jr since we have identified all of his children.

1850 Johnson Co., TN: Allen, Nancy, Eliza, Martha
1860 Johnson Co., TN: Allen, Nancy, Elizan, Martha, Caroline, Landon, Lawson
1870 Carter Co., TN: ALlen, Nancy, Martha, Caroline, Landon, Lawson, Mary, Matila, Mary E
1880 Elk Creek, Carter, TN: Allen, Nancy, Martha J, Lawson, Mollie, Matilda J, Amarader

[NI15879] 1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Jerry, Jane, Florence, John, Buck]

After Jerry and Jane died, the children were put under guardianship to J J C McKnight, their uncle.

[NI15880] Company A, 1st KY Conf. Cav. under Col. Ben Hardin Helm
3rd LT, 10th KY Cav., under Col. Johnson.
Honarably Discharged.

1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [John JC]
1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Crit, George W, Lemira Wills - mother in law]
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [J Crit, Allie, Ruth, Naomi]

Before his death Crit was blind

[NI15882] William P(ink) McKnight: 10th KY Cav.

His military record says "died during the Civil War." There is a memorial stone in Christian Privilege Cemetery giving the date of his birth. Since the Army did not give any accurate information about his
death, we doubt that his body would have been returned home for burial.

[NI15887] 1870 Hopkins, Kentucky - lived with parents. Alston listed as mentally insame.
1880 living with brother Willis
Cintha's marriage was very bad and she didn't talk about it.

[NI15897]

1880 Hopkins Co., kY [James M, Sarah L, Nancy, Ninie Bioza, Marilda
(mother)]

1910 Hopkins CO., KY [ J M, Sarah L]

[NI15899] Marriage License: I hereby certify that by virtue of a license issued from the clerks office of Hopkins Co., I this day solemnized matrimony between Jeremiah Y Hamby and Artemesia Elizabeth Strange given under my hand this 8th day of March 1849. Signed F. E. Wood.

1850 Hopkins CO., KY [Jeremiah, Artemissa]

[NI15901] 1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Bradley, Lillie, Myrtle, Pearl, Kay, Ruby]

Bradley L Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 19777

[NI15921] Marriage License: Issued by Orlean Bishop, Clerk, Hopkins Co., on the 9th day of August 1852. Marriage performed by John Malin, Justice Peace on 12th day of August 1852 at the house of Joshua Edwards, in the presence of Sisk Williams and James M. Southard.

1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Willis, Nancy, Cynthia A, Serena E, Garret E, Jas W, A E]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Willis, Nancy, Cinthy, Serena, Garret, Wella, Neal, Milcana, Malinda, Marcellus]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Willis H, Nancy, Garret E, James W, Arneal V, Meltinale, Marcelis F, Malin, Emma M, Sarah Edwards - MIL, Cintha Cruer - sis]

[NI15929] In 1810 he is 2 and fits to be a child of Samuel, Henry, Fanny, Reuben, John Jr., Simpson or William. In 1820 he is 12 and fits Henry L, John C, Samuel, Simpson and William. In 1830 he is in the census. He is not a child of John C's since his children are identified from his will. He is not a child of William since his children are all identified. This leaves SImpson, Samuel and Henry L. I looked at the 1830 census to see who had a child missing, fits Henry. In 1800 he sits to be a child of John, Samuel, William. In 1810 he is 14 and fits Samuel only.

1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 0100001-2300001 Allen, Thomas, Martha, Lucinda, Rebecca, Emmaline, Mary
1850 Johnson Co., TN: Allen, Mary, Martha Ann, Thomas, Lucinda, Rebecca, Emmaline, William, Milly
1860 Carter Co., TN: Allen, Mary, Rebecca, Emaline, Milley, Elizabeth
1880 Elk Creek, Carter, TN: Allen, Mary A, stepchildren Martha, Francis, Emmer and Rebecca, Daughter Rebecca Thompson

I think in the 1880 census Mary must have given the information, as they are the natural children of Allen and Polly Hubbard

[NI15941] 1930 Newton Co., Missouri: Vernon L, Myrtle M, Oma M

[NI15949] Marriage: Newton Co., Book IV

[NI15965] Marriage License: License issued by Orlean Bishop, Clerk of the Court, for Ingram W. Jackson and Artamissa Jane Hamby on 6th day of September 1852. William Jackson and James Hamby fathers of the above named party amended to the issuing of the above license in the manner regarded by law. Marriage performed on the 9th day of September 1852 by John Malin, Justice Peace at the house of James Hamby in the presence of Thomas Crabtree and M R Hamby

1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [I W, A J, Lydia, Leander 22 (probably brother), Martha Beshears] - constable
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Ingram, Artemesia, Lidia, Wm 60, Elizabeth - 60 -Parents]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Ingram W, Artimissa J, Narvilla - niece, Mizella - niece, Charline Franklin - niece, William Jakcson - father]

[NI15968] E -1 Tenn. Inf., Corporal
January 11, 1866 Invalid Application 99.785 C; 102-647
March 31, 1879 Widow Application 243.256 C: 290.260

Hebbertsburg, Tennessee (formerly Yellow Creek) was named after Hebbert Hamby.
He was the first postmaster and operated a store, grist mill and
sawmill.

1850 Morgan Co., Tennessee [Hebert, Mary]

[NI15969] 1850 Cherokee Co., Georgia [wM, n, jw, mj, mm, ms, mt, snw, cm]

[NI16007] Carl died of cancer.

[NI16021] 1850 Warren Co., Tennessee [William H, Mary, Brion, Nancy A, Lucinda, George W]

Buried: Goad Springs Cemetery, Benton Co., Arkansas
William served in the military from October 31, 1861 through July 16, 1862 in Company G, 15th Arkansas Infantry, Confederacy.

[NI16023] 1880 District 10, Cumberlnad, TN: Gilbert N, Mary, Vina, Jane, Steven, Savana, Rebecca Milton

[NI16024]

E-1 Tenn. Inf.

March 25, 1891 Widow application Tenn.

[NI16026] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Ruben, Martha, Noah, Franklin, Laura, Dexter, Alfred, Lula, Cora, Norah, Flora

[NI16029] 1880 District 10, Cumberland,TN: Mary, Susan, Orlena, Herbert

[NI16032] Marriage License: Issued by Orlean Bishop, Clerk of the County Court, on 9th day of February 1853. Marriage performed by John Malin, Justice Peace, on 9th day of February 1853 at the house of Janus Yandell in the presence of Alexander Miller and Robert E. Duncan.

[NI16043] 1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [John, Mary, William]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [John, Mary M, William T, Ottaway H, Cordia H]
1910 Hopkins, Kentucky - Mary lived with son O.H.

John in CSA Co., D 10th Ky Cav. Capt
Mary Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 15267

[NI16089] 1820 Christian Co., KY: 1 m 26-44; 3 f < 10; 1 f 16-26
1830 Christian Co., KY: 3 m < 5; 1 m 5-10; 1 m 3-40
1840 Christian Co., KY: 1 m < 5; 1 m 5-10; 2 m 10-15; 1 m 15-20; 1 m 4-50
1850 Christian Co., KY: James, Sarah, Patrick, Susan E, Virgil A, Mary A, Malinda, James, Newton

[NI16175] 1880 Crossville, Cumberland, TN: Amanda

[NI16190] 1850 Scott Co., AR: Micack, Mary, Martin, Isaac, Cebron, Mary
1860 Scott Co., AR: M C, Mary, M V, I N, C J, Julia, Sarah, Edmond, William, Robert
1880 Cauthron, Logan, AR: Mike C, Mary R, William, James W, Mary H, Elzora, Geo C, Cage

[NI16194] 1880 Cuathron, Logan, AR: Sebron, N Bell, Laura, Bully, William Wooden

[NI16197] 1880 Sugar Creek, Logan, AR: Ed, Martelia, Bula, John W

December 15, 1900, Admitted to Add Fellows Lodge, Nixa, Christian Co., MI (Lodge #561)
December 29, 1900, 1st Degree Odd Fellow, Nixa (Loge #561)
January 09, 1901, 2nd Degree Odd Fellow
January 12, 1901, 3rd D Degree Odd Fellow

[NI16199]

Tombstone says "Maliciously murdered"

[NI16202] 1880 Cauthron, Logan, AR: Robt Y, Lizzie, James M

[NI16212]

Hopewell Cemetery, Logan Co., Arkansas

[NI16214]

Buried: Lee's Chapel Cemetery, near Muldrow, OK

[NI16231] George Newton Hamby: When he moved to Alton, Madison, Illinois he ran a grocery store on Broadway.

1900 Lyon, Kentucky [George, Ann, Mary I, Claudia, Daniel, Cynthia, Belle]

[NI16270] 1880 Sugar Creek, Logan, AR: Jessie F, Sarah C, Mattie, Cora C, Genette, Lula, Orlean, Mary, Julia - SIL

[NI16287] 1880 Cobb Co., GA: Lenord M, Mary E, Olive A, Amaret O, Annie B

[NI16297]

Buried: Pineville, Missouri Cemetery - no headstone

[NI16300] Will: Lumpkin Co., GA. 1852, names wife Sally, children Sarah Ann, John Wesley, Benjamin G, Ezekial Jones, Mary ELinder, Stephen May, and Robert Samuel.
1850 Lumpkin Co., Georgia [John, Sally, Sarah Ann, John, Benjamin, Ezekial, Mary, Stephen, Robert]

[NI16335] 1850 Nacodoches Co., TX: John, Roda, Isaac, Samuel, Enos, Marshall

His route of travel was interesting, especially for those days. He is in Tennesse about 1812, but by 1818 he was in Alabama. In 1827 he was in Louisiana and then to Texas. It is said that he, along with others, chased the Mexicans out of the country.

[NI16338] 1850 Nacodoghes Co., TX: Harvey J, Elizabeth, Martha, Roda, Samuel, mary, Isaac

[NI16339] Texas Volunteers, Co. G, 12th Regt; 1864 Relief List

[NI16340] 1850 Nocogdoches TX: T.G., Rose Ann, Issac, Sarah, John, Fanny, Thomas, Louisa, Martha - living with Wilson Family
He was a blacksmith and gunsmith.
Texas Volunteer Infantry, Co. K


1880 Nacogdoches, TX: Thomas J, Catherine F, Enos, Walter

[NI16345] He left home and never returned. Family lore states that he moved to Angelina County where he was a landholder.

[NI16346]

1850 Nocogdoches TX [age 28, living with Charles Sterne family]

[NI16348] Applied for military pension Aug 31, 1909. Pvt. Co. G 1st Texas Infantry CSA. Enlisted April 11, 1862. Wounded in the knee and captured at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 19, 1863. Received at military prison, Louisville, Ky (dates don't match on military records of release not showing). He was paroled in 1865. Lived in Texs since Jan 1, 1838. Anderson County RFD 1, Box 35, Palestine, TX. Farmed until disabled. Prior to the Sharpsburg campaign 1/4 of Lee's army were shoeless. They made moccasins out of green beef hides. Near the 1st of Dec 1862, the Ladies of Richmond sent a box of shoes to Hood's Texas Regiment. This worked out to 2 pairs of shoes per CO. In Co G., there were 11 men without shoes. They selected straws, Marshall was lucky. He got a new pair of shoes.

1860 Anderson Co., TX: Marshall, Mary J, Martha, R D, W W
1870 Anderson Co., TX: M, Mary J, Martha, Roda, Jefferson, Augustus, Floyd, Isabell
1880 Anderson Co., TX: M, E A, A, J F, J J, J M, I W, J D

[NI16349] 1860 Nacogdoches Co., TX: Elizabeth, Green, Hardy, Griffin, Alvin

[NI16353] John took part in the Battle of San Jacinto. His name is engraved on San Jacinto Battleground Monument.

[NI16364] 1880 Nacogdoches, TX: H J, M J E, Florence L, Tery, Wenfrey

[NI16365] 1870 Nacadoches Co., TX; Isaac - living with Candes Conts
1880 Anderson So., TX: Griffin, Mary, Isa, Alvin, William

[NI16398] 1880 Wilkesboro, Wilkes, North Carolina: Henry L, Alley J, Ancell S, Mary R, Wm V, Lee P, Henry G, Nancy D, Edger

[NI16410]

Birth: Kentucky Vital Statistics 1852-1861

[NI16411] Marriage License: signed B Duvall, performed at bride's mothers, in the presence of Jonas Alexander and Ruben Edwards

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Andy J, Mary, Ella, Malissa, Annie, Edgar, George, James]

Anderson A Jackson Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 19796
Mary W Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 12815

[NI16460] 1860 Nacogdoches Co., TX: Frances J, father Thomas

[NI16473] Marriage License: Signed: Jos Clark. Witness: Clem Bond. Bond signed between Isaac Hamby and James Hamby

1830 Census, Christian County, KY ]2 males < 5 [James T., Anderson G.]; 1 male 5-10 [Ezekial]; 1 male 20-30 [Isaac]; 1 female < 5 [Elizabeth]; 1 female 5-10 [Caroline]; 1 between 20-30 [Catherine]
1850 Hopkins County Census [Isaac, Catherine, James, Anderson, Charlotte, Mary, Daniel, William, Golden]
1860 Hopkins County Census [Isaac, Catherine, James, Anderson, Mary, Daniel, Willia, Golden]
1870 Hopkins County Census [Isaac, Catherine, Mary, Daniel, Golden]
1880 Hopkins County Census [Isaac, Catherine, Mary, Daniel, Curtis stepson)]

In the Christian Privilege Cemetery, you can see the small handmade stones where they lost five of their children during a nine weeks period. One can only begin to imagine the hardships people indured in
settling a new country. These five stones show us only a part of the heartache they must have endured.

[NI16481] 1880, Morgan Co. Tennessee Census: 196, p.84
1870, Morgan Co. Tennessee Census: District 7, p.70
1860, Cumberland Co. Tennessee Census

[NI16485] Lived during the reign of Edward III, Richard II and Henry IV (1399-1413). He acquired Hamby Castle in Norway.

[NI16509] Notificatio of Grant: Alan de Thorlotoft and Joan his wife TO Margaret widow of Walter de Hamby - ca 1300

[NI16534] 1850 Morgan Co., Tennessee [Andrew, Mira, Thomas F, Reuben, Sarah E, William A,
Julius A, Albert N, James K P]

1860 crai-Haynes Tennessee [Andrew, Almirah, Reuben M, William A, Julius,
Albert N, James K, Amada M]

[NI16557] 1880 Beaver Dam, Cherokee, NC: Linsey Carson, Louisa S, Louvina G

[NI16558] 1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 3 m 0-9; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 26-44; 1 f 0-9; 2 f 10-15; 1 f 16-25; 1 f 26-44
1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 4 m < 10; 1 m 16-18; 2 m 16-25; 1 m 26-44; 1 m 45+; 1 f 10-15; 1 16-25; 2 f 45+
1830 Wilkes Co., NC: 2 m 10-15; 1 m 15-20; 2 m 20-30; 1 m 50-60; 1 m 80-90
1840 Morgan Co., TN: 1 m 20-30; 1 m 30-40; 1 m 60-70; 1 f 15-20; 1 f 40-50
1850 Morgan Co., TN: Reuben, Sarah Mitchell
1860 Cumberland Co., TN:
1872 Buried Hebbertsburg Church Cemetery, Hebbertsburg, Cumberland, Tennessee.

Deed of Gift from William Mitchell - deeded their property to their son-in-law Reuben Hamby and his wife Mahala for their continued care as long as they were alive.

In two different articles 'Memorial and Biographical Record of the Cumberland Region, Compendium of Biograph' published 1898 and an article by Gary E. Brewer of Crossville, Tennessee - each manuscript refers to Reuben who married Mahala Mitchell as Reuben Hamby JR, his father being Reuben Sr who fought at Guilford Courthouse on 15 March 1781. Reuben Jr briefly served in the War of 1812 in Capt. Ambrose Carlton's Co., North Carolina, USA.

From Wilkes Co., he apparently went to Cape Girardeau Co., MO. There his whole family took sick and they were believed to be on their way back to Wilkes, North Carolina, but while passing through Tennessee he decided to stay on account of the abundance of game. He was by way of occupation, hunter, famer and moonshiner and kept a pack of hounds.

[NI16559] 1880 Beaver Dam, Cherokee, NC: Thurman, Louisa, Francis M, Florence

[NI16560] 1880 Beaver Dam, Cherokee, NC: James, Manelta

[NI16575] 1880 District 18, Monroe, TN: Jesse, Sarah, Elizabeth, Major, William

In 1820 he is 6 and fits to be a son of William, Henry, Henry, Ezekial, and John
1830 he is 16, fits none but Ezekial and Elizabeth not in census
1840 he is 26, fits only with Elizabeth w/o of Ezekial

Some records indicate his father was born in Ireland, but census says North Carolina

[NI16585] 1880 Iowa, Doniphan, Kansas: William, Sarah, William H, Ollie E

[NI16588] 1739 Baltimore Ct., MD Rent List
8 Jul 1769 granted 200 acres Beaver Dam Creek, br. Enoree, all sides vacant, Plats XV, 261
15 Nov 1775 convicted of sedition, to be hanged by Ct. General Sess @ 96
27 Dec 1776 pardoned by Governor Rutledge
1 Dec 1779 Savannah "sick in quarters"
25 Feb 1781 to 24 Jun 1781 prisoner with the rebels
He was in Pearis Company, American Revolution as a Loyalist

[NI16599] 19 May 1772 granted 200 acres Craven Co., small Br. Bush River, waters of Saluda, all sides vacant, Plats XV 260
15 Nov 1775 convicted of sedition, to be hanged by Ct. General Sess @ 96
27 Dec 1776 pardoned by Governor Rutledge
24 Feb 1781 to 24 June 1781 he was a private in Lindsay's Company per the Loyalists Muster Rolls for the South Carolina Royalists.

[NI16620] John L Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual in 1940.

1880 Rabun Co., GA: Andrew, Ani, John L, Jane, Terrell, Angeline, Elizabeth, Logan

[NI16621] 19 Nov 1814 obtained warrant for survey of 266 acres on Laurel Creek and Reedy River.

Application for pension to the state of Tennessee, dated Dec. 26, 1832. He states that he was born in the state of Maryland, Baltimore Co. He resided in Roane County, North Carolina at which place he was drafted for a three month tour against the Cherokee Indians, under Capt. James Morrison in Baitmans Regiment of Militia. After the Rev. War he lived in Burke Co., which became Buncome Co., then moved to Blount Co., Tennessee.

1788 petition of eastern Burke Co., NC inhabitants regarding the location of the Courthouse, about fifty miles from the lower part of the county, creating a new county out of lower Burke and upper Rowan was signed by Francis McCorkle, James Martin, John Lines, Moses Sherill, William Hamby, William Simpson, David Douglas and others.

1778 entries of Burke Co., NC show that on December 10, 1788 his land for 100 acres on Battle Run was records.

January 29, 1792 William is listed among a group of petitioners for a road from upper parts of the Coataba River to Mumfords Cove.

August 17, 1799 William bought 50 acres of land on the Pidgeaon River from John Strouthers.

1790 Burke Co., NC: 3 m > 16; 2 f
1800 Buncombe Co., NC: 1 m 11-15; 1 m 46+; 1 f 46+
1830 Blount Co., TN: 1 m 80-90; 1 f 60-70

[NI16632] 1790 Spartanburg Co., SC; 1 male > 16; 2 females
1800 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 26-45
1810 Christian Co., KY; 1 m < 10; 2 m < 16; 1 m > 45; 1 f < 5]; 1 f > 45
1820 Christian Co, KY; 1 m 45+ ; 1 f 10-15; 1 f < 45
1830 Livingston Co., KY: 1 m < 70; 1 f < 70

Looking at naming patterns Isaac fits to be a son of John. Isaac's first son was John, same as his brother Jeremiah. Once in Kentucky he never moved, but the county line kept changing around him.

[NI16633] William Jefferson "Jeff" Hamby. John L. Hamby gave Mel Cox the first information on this individual in 1940, including his "guess" that Jeff's mother was named "Patsy". The 1850 census calls her Patty, lone member of an adjacent household.

1850 Rabun Co., GA: William Jefferson, Sarah, William F, Martha, Marcus O L, Mary A, Sarah M, Frances J, Andrew Jackson
1880 Rabun Co., GA; William J, Martha C - sister

[NI16641] 1880 Meriwether Co., GA: Noah, Fannie, Joseph, Johney, Benny, Anna, Lorena, Ammy, Fannie

[NI16643] 1800 Warren KY
1810 Christian Co, KY: 1 m < 10; 2 m < 16; 1 m < 45; 1 f < 10; 1 f < 45
1820 Christian Co., KY: 1 m 18-26; 1 m 45+; 1 f 10-16; 1 f < 45
1830 Christian Co., KY: 1 m 60-70; 1 f 60-70
1840 Christian Co., KY: 1 m 70-80; 1 f 70-80]
1850 Christian Co., KY: Jerry - 83

There is a question as to the date of birth. The 1850 census shows him to be age 83, which would put him born 1767.

Christian Co., KY Deed Book No. 32, page 277:
Jeremiah Hamby deeds his slaves to William McKnight.
Know all men by these presents, that I Jeremiah Hamby of the County of Christian and State of Kentucky, for and in consideration of the love and affection which I have unto my son-in-law William McKnight and his children, and also in consideration of one dollar to me in hand paid by the said William McKnight at and before the sealing and delivery hereof, the receipt is hereby acknowledged and also for other good and valid consideratin hath given, bargained and granted and sold and by these presents to give, grant, bargain and sell unto my son-in-law William McKnight on negro boy named Bryant and also a female negro slave and her future increase named Nette.
To have and to hold all and singular the property hereby given and granted unto the said William McKnight, my son-in-law, his executors, administrators ect forever, as his and their own proper slaves forever.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 3rd day of May 1849. Signed in presence of Daniel McKnight and Thomas Lantrip.

They are buried at Old Liberty Cemetery, Christian, Kentucky, USA. There are no names or dates, just stones that mark the top and bottom of the grave, located behind Charlota Hamby and William McKnight. If you visit their graves, it's best to have someone with you who has been there, it would be real easy to get lost. My thanks to Odell and Betty Hamby for showing us the way.

[NI16646] John was wounded in the Civil War, and later died.

[NI16648] Marriage: Meriwether Co., Book C, page 99

1880 Meriwether Co., GA: Charles, Mattie, William, Dora, Leneord

[NI16649] Marriage: Meriwether Co., Book B, page 86

1880 Meriwether Co., GA: Moreland, Lethia, Ethel, Trnte, Onie

[NI16651] Marriage: Meriwether Co., Book E, page 254

[NI16652] Marriage: Meriwether Co., Book E, page 312

[NI16653] Marriage: Coweta Co., Book N, page 411

[NI16669] 1880 Benton, Crawford, Missouri: Andrew, Mary E, Andrew S

[NI16702]

Addie Sue Hamby

Greenville South Carolina Marriage: Addie 18, Earl 21, License #1798

[NI16705] 1830 Harford Co., MD
1840 Harford Co., MD
1850 Harford Co., MD [Scott, Merran, John W, James W, Benjamin, Elizabeth]

[NI16719] 1880 Calhoun Co., MS: Thos J, Sarrah M, Osmus, Minie F Davis, Elizabeth A Davis, Roldena T, Hamby

[NI16721] Marriage License: Bond between Amos (his x mark) Hamby and Philip Hamby. Permission given for Lavina by Abraham Palmer. Permission given for Amos by John Hamby

Land Grants: 140 acres Christian, Kentucky, USA 11-5-1824 Book S Watercourse: Trade Water

1830 Livingston Co., KY: 1 m < 10; 1 m < 30 2 f < 5; 1 f < 10; 1 f < 30
1840 Polk Co., MO: 2 m < 5; 1 m < 10; 1 m < 20; 1 m < 30 2 f < 15; 1 f < 40
1850 Cedar Co., MO: Amos, Lavina, Madison, David, Emily, William M. Jeremiah, Jane
1860 Cedar Co., MO: Amos, Emily, Jane
1870 Cedar Co., MO: Amos, Delia, Alonzo, Melissa

[NI16732] Marriage License: Permission for Sally by Isaiah Crabtree. Bond between William (his x mark) Hamby and Joseph Boling. Performed by L Brasher, JP

KY Land Grant, Christian, Kentucky, USA, 100 acre, March 6, 1833, Book C-2, Watercourse Hardins Cr.

1830 Christian County Census: 1 m < 5; 1 m 20-30; 1 f < 5; 2 f 20-30
1850 Cedar Co., MO: William, Louisa, Cinthia, Addison, Licitha, Ezekial, Mary, Isiah, William, Sarah, Stephen

[NI16754] Marriage license approved by mother Susannah

[NI16768] 1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Albert L, Eliza F, Andy P, Lula Iris, Nora L]

Albert Lee Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate14598

[NI16793] 1880 Knox, TN: Isaac, Ann, George, William. Isaac listed as MU and Ann as B

[NI16819] 1880 Butler, Greenville, South Carolina: Steven R, Rachel A, Louisa, Rose, James, Fanny, Miller, Edward, Thomas, Emma, Charles, duaghter NOTE: Louisa and Rachel both listed as Wife

[NI16825] James and Benjamin settled just out of Baltimore on the Chesapeak Bay and began at one to erect a fanniing factory. They canned fish and oysters in the winter, fruit and vegetables in the summer. It has remained in the Hamby family since.

[NI16828] 1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 2 m < 10; 1 m 26-44; 3 f < 10; 1 f 16-26; 1 f 26-45; 1 f 45+
1830 Morgan Co., TN: 2 m 5-10; 1 m 40-50
1840 Morgan Co., TN: 1 m < 20, 1 M < 30, 1 M < 60, 2 f < 20, 1 F < 60, 1 f < 80


[NI16858] 1820 Giles Co., TN: 2 m < 10; 1 m 26-45; 1 m 45+; 2 f 10-16; 1 f 45+

[NI16863] 1820 Morgan Co., GA: 1 m < 10; 1 m 10-15; 2 m 16-25; 1 f < 10; 1 f 10-15; 1 f 45+
1830 Franklin Co., GA: 1 m 5-10 James 5, 1 m 20-30 Levi 29; 2 f < 5, 1 m 40-50
1840 Franklin Co., GA: 2 m < 5 William 3, Thomas 1, 1 m 15-20 James 15, 1 m 30-40 Levi 39; 2 f 5-10, 2 f 10-15, 1 f 40-50
1850 Franklin Co., GA: Levi, Elizabeth, James, Lydda, Sarah, Elizabeth, Feraby, William, Thomas

Levi didn't marry until 1823 in Franklin Co., GA. The ages of the people in 1820 fits to be brothers, sisters and mother.

[NI16864] 1880 Franklin Co., GA: Elizabeth, Lydia C, Phebe J

[NI16877] 1880 Franklin Co., GA: John O, Lucinda, James H, Sarah R, Martha E, Wiliam T, Thomas R, John C

[NI16887] 1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Ulysses, Verda C, H Clayton, Mattie L, Clarice W, Ruth, ?, Evelyn]

[NI16899] Howard never married.

[NI16916] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book C, page 335

[NI16937] Maude finished high school and tool advanced teacher's training and was sent to the lowlands in Missouri to teach school, where she contacted T B and died.

[NI17010] 1840 Polk Co., MO [2 males < 5; 1 male < 40; 1 female <10; 2 females <
15; 1 female < 30]
1850 Crittenden Co., KY [Silas, Nancy, Lucinda, William, Greenville,
Polly, Margaret, Julia, Sarah]
1860 Cedar Co., MO [Silas, Nancy, Polly, Sarah E, Margaret A, Julia M,
Silas F, Nancy Ellen]
1870 Cedar Co., MO [Silas, Nancy C, Mary C, Sallie, Ellen, Silas F,
Nancy]
1880 Cedar Co., MO [Silas, Nancy, Isaac (grandson) -Silas and family]

[NI17021]

James Brasher



1850 Crittenden Co., KY [James, Sarah, Jemma, Isaac A, Lucina A, Thomas
J, William T, Sarah C, Mitchell J, Narciss J]



James moved to MO in the late 1850's, but returned to KY.

[NI17028] 1860 Morgan Co., TN: George W, Rebecca, Mary, James
1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: George, Rebecca, Mary, Louisa, William, Martha, John, Ida, Amanda and Solomon Potter (father in law)

[NI17029] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Columbus, Annie, Mary, Amanda, Perthena, Florry, Thurmon, Margaret, Martha

[NI17036] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Thomas, Sarah, Calvin, Persy, Malinda, Mitchell

[NI17037] 1880 District 5, Cumberland, TN: William, Mary, Francis, Robert

[NI17038] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Levi, Catharine,Noah, Cythia, and Jake Nuland

[NI17039] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: James, Stacy, Martin

Cause of death: Apoplexy

[NI17040] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Martin, Amanda

[NI17048]

cause of death - measles

[NI17074]

Cause of death: crushed to death in mines at Renfro

[NI17100]

Cause of death" Typoid fever

[NI17108] In about 1915, Martha Wall went west to visit her half-sister, Lou Hamby, Mrs Clint Phillips, in Montana. While there, she was summoned by her cousin, James Lexington Wall, to Camp Verde, AZ, to care for his children following the death of his wife, Mildred Wingfield. While there, she met and married Charles Stephens.

[NI17109] 1860 Benton, Cedar, MO: Isaiah, Martha, Ezekial, Benjamin

[NI17279]

Died at birth of first child

[NI17287] 1865 Crittenden Co., KY militia List
1870 Crittenden Co., KY [Jesse P, Jamie]

[NI17292]



[NI17298] 1880 Dycusburg, Crittenden, KY: J P, Marget A, Cora P, Jessie W E

[NI17331]

John McBride



1870 Crittenden Co., KY [John, Grace C, William J, Jerry W, John P,
Margaret, Nancy E, Martha, Henry B]

[NI17344]

1870 Crittenden CO., KY-with parents

[NI17355]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY-with parents

[NI17366]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY-with parents

[NI17368] Wilkes County,Bonds & Marriages of North Carolina, USA #422,158. (w) R.M. Smith C.C.C. md. 4 apr, 1866 by Thos. Walsh, J.P.

John Finley's store account no date given. Benjamin Hamby.

1860 Wilkes Co., NC: Ben, Martha Jane

[NI17377]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY-with parents

[NI17388]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY-with parents

[NI17399]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY-with parents

[NI17409] 1800 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 21-45; 2 f < 10; 1 f 21-45
1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 26-45; 1 f 10-15; 1 f 26-44
1830 Morgan Co., TN: 2 m 10-15; 1 m 20-30; 1 m 50-60
1850 Morgan Co., TN: John, Edy, John Maiden

[NI17412] 1850 Morgan Co., TN: Lewis, Martha, Mahala, Jeremiah, Francis, Permelia A, William AA, Mary, Maria, Elizabeth
1860 Morgan Co., TN: Lewis, Martha, Franklin, Permelia, William, Mary, Elmirah, Elizabeth, Lewis

[NI17414] 1850 Morgan Co., TN: Jeremiah, Nancy, Sarah, John, Isaac, Celia, Lydia, Ruth, Nancy
1860 Newton Co., AR: Jeremiah, Matilda, Matthew, Amy L

Moved to Newton Co., Arkansas around 1853, and then to Texas around 1870.

[NI17419] 1850 Morgan Co., TN: Riley, Levicy J
1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: Riley, Elizabeth, Jeremiah, Elizabeth, Amanda, Martha, Laban, Thomas, Louis, and stepson James Human

[NI17427] 1880 Prairie, Sebastian, AR: Isaac, Nancy, Lewis, Asbury, Robert, Babe

[NI17435] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: Martha, Myra, Elizabeth and granddaughter Mary Emory

[NI17437] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: Jeremiah, Sarah, Alexander, Martha M, Charity E, Mary A, Sarah E, Reuben, Samuel, Permelia, Doctor F, William H

[NI17438] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: Franklin, Polly, Louis, William

[NI17440] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: William, Rhoda A, Calvin, Caswell, Lewis, Martha

[NI17446] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: Louis, Rebecca, Martha, Louis

[NI17479] 1880 Scates Mill, Christian, KY: working on farm of Bud Barnett

[NI17480] 1850 Scott Co., Tennessee [Isaac M, Nancy, Tempe Cross 81 (possible mother to Nancy), Sary Hamby, Sary Jr and C]

[NI17487] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: Anderson, Rebecca, Vicy

[NI17490] 1880 District 9, Morgan, TN: John, Emily, Isadora

[NI17492] 1880 District 9, Morgan,TN: William, California, James

[NI17519] Robert S. (Bob) Hamby is the son of Chester L. and Sara Belle Fritts Hamby. Bob was born and lived in Harriman , TN until his graduation from high school. Bob attended the University of Tennessee and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1969. Bob was employed with the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. in Newport News , VA for about four years. In 1972 Bob returned to East Tennessee and began employment in Oak Ridge, TN at the Y-12 Plant (now the Y-12 National Security Complex). Bob is a registered Professional Engineer with the State of Tennessee, enjoys vintage Oldsmobiles, golf and coin collecting. Bob presently lives in Oak Ridge, TN with his wife Jeannie.

[NI17522] Robert Stephen (Robby) Hamby is the son of Robert Sherman Hamby and Linda Clem Hamby. Robby is a 1992 graduate of Rockwood High School in Rockwood, TN where he excelled in basketball receiving numerous state and local honors. Robby continued his basketball career at Roane State Community College where he was selected as Outstanding Freshman of the Year. Robby received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technological University in 1996. Robby completed graduate school at the University of Tennessee receiving both a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and a Master of Business Administration degree in 2000. Robby in employed with the Bridgestone Corporation in Nashville.

[NI17523] Alison Leigh (Ali) Hamby is the daughter of Robert Sherman Hamby and Linda Clem Hamby. Ali is a 1995 graduate of Rockwood High School where she excelled both scholastically and athletically. Ali finished high school with a 99.7 grade point average and was the only female three-sport athlete. Ali was a member of the State Champion Harriman Outlaws and was named to the USSSA All State team in 1992. Ali received many other high school honors including Homecoming Queen, Class President and Junior Civitan of the Year. Ali graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering. Ali is employed with the Dupont Corporation in Chattanooga, TN

[NI17526] 1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Levi, Rebecca, Mary, Felix

[NI17539] Birth: KY Vital Statistics 1852-1861

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Fanny, Bertha, Maude, Ida, Emma, Bryon]

[NI17559]

Buried Turner Cemetery, Cumberland Co., Tennessee

[NI17579]

Cause of death: appendicitis

[NI17592]

Never married.

[NI17623] 1880 Crossville, Cumberland, TN: James, Amanda, Charles, Mary

[NI17626] 1880 District 13, Roane, TN: Gilbert, Sarah, Mary, Liza E, James Hedgecoth

[NI17628] 1880 District 13, Roane, TN: living with sister Martha and Henry King

[NI17651] Randolph served as mayor of Prescott, AR for 36 years, 1912-1948. He was Secretary of the Democrat Central Committee for over 50 years. He was a Mason, Rotarian, and an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church.

He obtained his early education in the public schools of Prescott and later attended Tennessee Industrial School of Nashville, TN, and the University of Arkansas. In the summer of 1902 he began work in his father's law office as a stenographer and later there studied law. He was admitted to the bar at the age of 23 in 1909, and practiced law in Prescott from that time until his death.

[NI17675] 1830 Troup Co., GA: 2110010000000-1100010000000
2 m < 5 UNKNOWN, Thomas Jefferson 4, 1 m 5-10 William 7, 1 m 10-15 Micajah 15, 1 m 30-40 Edmon 30
1850 Chichasaw Co., MS [Edmon (59), Julia A, Thomas, Mary, Andrew J, Harty, Julia A, Edmon, Sherron, Tabitha, George W]
1870 Calhoun Co., MS: Edmon, Talitha Weeks, Joseph Weeks
1880 Cauthron, Logan, AR: Eamond

Edmon served in I Regiment of Wimberly's Georgia Militia and fought in the Creek-Indian Wars in Dec. 1817- Jan. 1818 and the Seminole Wars of 1817-1818. He moved to Georgia sometime around 1820, married Julia and had their first 6 children. The family lived somewhere in Alabama from 1838 to about 1844 where the three youngest children were born. The family settled in Chickasaw County, MS by 1848 as they appear in the 1850 census. Edmon later moved to Logan County, Arkansas (about 125 miles northwest of Little Rock). According to Federal Land Records he homesteaded 160 acres in Sec. 23, T- 5N, R-28W with the patent being filed in April 1877.
Edmund is said to be buried at Hamby Cemetery which is located off Route 23 South below Booneville in Logan County, Ark. The cemetery is overgrown and has suffered from vandalism with many stones broken and overturned. There are many unmarked and/or unreadable stones including Edmund's grave. There at least 10 readable Hamby graves in the cemetery of descendants to Edmon and his brother, Micajah.

[NI17849] EDWARD HUTCHINSON, son of William Hutchinson and Ann Marbury, was born in England about 1613. He came to Boston with the Rev. John Cotton in 1633, was admitted to the church Aug. 10th and made freeman Sept. 3, 1634. He joined the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co. in 1638 and was chosen its Captain in 1657. He was elected as representative to the General Court in 1658 and served as Captain of cavalry in the war against King Philip, in which he was wounded in a treacherous assault made by the Indians near Brookfield while he was marching to a peaceful meeting, Aug. 2, 1675. He died on his way home at Marlboro Aug. 19, 1675 aged 62. He was one of the first settlers of Newport in 1638, but had returned to Boston and "deserves honor for his firmness in opposing cruelty to the Quakers."

[NI17889]

Cause of Death: Tubercolosis and pneumonia

[NI17899]

In 1824 John A. Richman and his family constructed rafts, and departed
from New River Falls (Richmond Falls) on the New River. Following the
New River they entered the Kanawha River near Charleston. From the
Kanawha they joined the Ohio River near Gallipolis, OH travelling west.
At the Wabash River, they turned upstream. They stayed for a time in
Crawford Co., Illinois northwest of Vincennes, Indiana and then in
Vermillion Co. Illinois. In 1826 they settled in Danville, Il. In 1828 they
made their last move going 50 miles southwest locating on the Embarras
(Ambraw) River. Shortly afterwards the town of Mayfield, now Camargo,
Il was founded.



They were in 1828 the first white settlers in Douglas Co., Il. The cabin
they built stands today as a historical site, near Camargo, Il. John A.
Richman returned by horseback twice to the New River area of Virginia
before his death.

[NI17901]

Served in 4th Battalion Cavalry, CSA and 23rd Inf., Battle of Shiloh

[NI17919] 1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Charles, Martha, James, Florence, Ethel, Herbert, Herschel, ?lie, ?ra]
1910 Hopkins, Kentucky [Charles, Martha, Ethel, Herbert, Herschel, Eula, Eurma, Elmay, Myrtle, Bula, Arvil]

[NI18028] 1880 Calhoun Co., MS: Martha

[NI18041] moved to Washington State

[NI18056] 11-30-1820 bought 95 acres from William Hamby for $140.
10-4-1822 received from Peter Dowell, Sheriff, deed of 95 acres, bought for $80 at auction, of land of Edom and William Hamby, seized by the state for debt.
1846 received deed from Thomas Foster

1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 40-50; 1 f 20-30; 1 f 50-60
1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Asey 55, Celia 32
1860 Wilkes Co., NC: Asa

[NI18090] KY Land Grants - 20 acres in Hopkins County 03-1848

1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Madison, Charlotte, Washington I, Jefferson C, Grandison, Albert Lee]
1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Madison R, Charlotte, W I, J C, Jerame, Albert L, E G, Jas H]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Charlotte, Jefferson, Ezekial, Henry]

[NI18102] James died of diabetes as an unmarried man.

[NI18164] 1850 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA [Killis, Elizabeth, James]
1860 Cherokee Co., NC: Killis, Elizabeth, James H, Susannah, Nelly, William L, Barbara

[NI18190] Marriage: Newton Co., Book A, page 119
1830 Newton Co., Georgia: 1 m 0-5; 1 m 20-30; 1 f 0-5; 1 f 5-10; 1 f 20-30
1850 Murry Co., GA: Samuel, Priscilla, Joel T, Martha A, John W, Mary E, Lucinda E, Samuel C, Alfred D B, Azariah N M, Andrew J H, Priscilla J

[NI18197] Marriage License: Issued by John Breathitt, performed by L Hamby, JP at W J Renshaws, in the presence of R W Renshaw and Miss Wood

1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Fannie, Bertha L, Maudie, Ida H, Emma L, Bryon S]

[NI18211]

Ellen was orphaned in infancy and raised in Rugby by an aunt who may
have had last name Dimling.

[NI18222] Killed by Indians while working on Lambshead Ranch in Throckmorton, Texas. His funeral was held several months after his death, with burial 2 Sep 1860 in Young County, Texas.

[NI18271] C.C. worked on his father's farm until he obtained a job as a brakeman for the Mississippi Central Railroad in 1871. He moved to Arkansas in 1872 and worked on the farm of his uncle, Micajah near Booneville in Logan County, Arkansas. He moved to Millville and taught school by day while studing law at night. C.C. was admitted to practice law in 1876. In 1878, he moved to Prescott, Ark. and set up his law practice. C.C. was elected as an Arkansas state senator in 1890. In 1891 he was elected president of the senate. During Governor James Eagle's illness he served 4 months as governor of Arkansas. He also served several times as an alderman to the Prescott city council. His son, Randolph was mayor of Prescott, Ark. for 36 years (1912-1948). C.C. was recognized throughout southwest Arkansas as a lawyer with few equals and no superiors.

1880 Missouri, Nevada, AR: Christopher C, lawyer

[NI18272] recorded in the 1880 census at age 3, as: "Martha J. E. Hamby", within a few years she became known as Martha Wall. While still a child she was taken by her father, John Beck LaFayette Wall to be raised by his parents, Burrell Wall and "Aunt Polly" Beck. In about 1915, She went west to visit her half-sister, Lou Hamby in Montana. While there she was summoned by her cousin, James Lexington Wall, to Camp Verde, AZ, to care for his children following the death of his wife. While there, she met and married Charles Stephens.

[NI18294]

Sir William de Willoughby, whose early ancestor was a Norman knight, and
had the lordship of Willoughby in Lincolnshire, by gift of the
Conqueror, as stated in a pedigree drawn up in the time of Queen
Elizabeth. In 54th of Henry III, 1270, he was signed with the cross,
together with many other persons of first rank, who accompanied Prince
Edward, afterwards Edward I, eldest son of Henry III, to the Holy Land.
He died 25th of Edward I, 1297

[NI18393]

Marriage License:This is to certify that I am ordained minister in the
methodist church joined in marriage on the 18th day of Oct 1846 Wiley
Craddock of Pulaski Co., MO and Clarrissa E. M. Hamby of Crawford Co.,
MO. Signed L. Waugh

[NI18405]

Dawes Rolls

1 9994 562 Hamby Dora 24 F 1-32 3913 Creeks by Blood



[NI18415] 1880 Beaver Dam, Cherokee, NC: William, Adeline, Manuel, Jeremiah, Richard, Wesley, Robert Alex

[NI18416] 1880 Shoal Creekk, Cherokee, NC: Jeremiah, Larkine and Eliza

[NI18424] 1880 Shoal Creek, Cherokee, NC: George, Emaline, Emanuel, George, Eliza

[NI18428] 1880 District 7, Polk, TN: James, Mary, William, Thomas

[NI18481] 1880 District 7, Polk, TN: William, Sarah, Ellen

[NI18637] 1850 Chickasaw Co. MS [William, Elizabeth, James K, George M, Mary J]
1860 Calhoun Co., MS: William, Elizabeth, James, George, Mary, Sarah, Elizi, Julia, Cornelia
1870 Calhoun Co., MS: William, Jane, Eliza, Julia, Francis, Andrew, Louisa, Samuel

William moved to Alabama with his father and family where he met Elizabeth and married. They moved to Mississippi settling in Chickasaw County around 1845. Edmon later moved to Arkansas with much of the family but William and some of his older siblings remained in Mississippi. William later became constable of Calhoun City (in what is now Calhoun County) in 1860. He served in the Civil War between Jan. and May of 1864 in Ashcraft's Reg. Cavalry under Capt. J.A. Davis. Legend has it that he was a very large man and broke the back of two horses in a just a few months, so he was sent home, hence his short tenure in the army.

[NI18760] Andrew appears in the 1860 census for Calhoun County, MS as living near Short Branch with his sister Tabitha, a concubine Mary Barnes, and Hezikiah and Mary Russell. He served in the Civil War under Capt J. M. Gaston. He enlisted in Benela, Calhoun Co., MS on May 13, 1862 as a private, Company G, 42nd Mississippi Infantry. Andrew later transfered to the 3rd Army Group, 42nd Mississippi Infantry, Division of Rifles. The division was under the command of General A. O. Hill which found itself involved int he Battle of Gettysburg. Andrew was one of the southern soldiers reported wounded and missing in action in Gettysburg. His is listed as having died a few months later.

1860 Calhoun Co., MS: A J

[NI18761] Marriage License: performed by Jas. Warteil at Willis Hambys, in the presence of R W Sisk

Z K Price, KY Death Index, Certificate 18800
Serena Ellen (Hamby) Price, KY Death Index, Certificate 00691

1920 Hopkins Co., KY: living with Campbell family as boarder

[NI18790]

1850 Union Co., North Carolina, USA [Eli, Mary]

[NI18797] 1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 3 m < 10; 1 m 10-15
1840 Wilkes Co., NC:
1850 Wilkes Co., NC: William, Nellie

[NI18801] 1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 18-26; 1 f 16-26
1850 Warren Co., TN: Eli, Sarah, Eli, Elizabeth, Leroy Scott
1860 Grundy Co., TN: Eli, Sarah

Some information indicated that Eli may have had brothers named William, Amos, David and Isaac. It also stated that Sarah Lewis's sister, Mary Lewis married Eli's brother David. Marriage records for Wilkes Co., NC lists a Mary Lewis and Franklin Hamby being married December 30, 1816. This information further stated that Sarah and Mary Lewis were Cherokee Indian.

1847 Grundy Co., TN partion to make Altamount the country seat, Eli, William Washington and Ephraim signed.

[NI18809] 1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 18-26; 1 f 16-26
1850 Cass Co., MO: Needham, Rachel, William V, Hemphrey, Cynthia, jane, James Tate, John Tate, Elizabeth Tate, Sara Ann Tate

Needham is in the 1820 census, so I went to 1810 and looked for someone who has a child of the right age in 1810, but the child was gone in 1820. He fits only with Henry or William. Since William already had a child William, I put Eli William under Henry and Needham under this William.

[NI18814] 1840 Wilkes, North Carolina
1850 Gilmer Co., GA: Langston, nancy, Marsha, William, Thomas, Edith, Elizabeth, Reuben
1860 Benton Co., AR: Lawston, Nancy, William, Monroe, Edy, Betty, Franklin, Andy, Sarah, Martha, Polley (Gdau)

[NI18815] 1830 living with mother
1840 unknown where he was
1850 Scott Co., Arkansas [Zachariah, Emily, Maria, Matilda]

[NI18816] 1850 Cherokee Co., GA: Randall, Clementine, Elizabeth, George W, Frances, Minirva, Sophronia, Ralsymore, William, Mary

[NI18817] 1850 DcKalb Co., Georgia [Jesse, Martha, Andrew, Mary, John, Tabitha, George,
Henry]

[NI18818] 1840 Lincoln Co., KY: 1100001-1222001
1850 Cass Co., MO: Jeremiah, Mary A, Frances, Franklin, Marion, Nancy, Harriett, John M

[NI18819] 1850 Cass Co., MO: Middleton, Jane, George M, Andrew J, Lucinda, Middlton W, James M, Lilliam W

[NI18820] 1850 Morgan Co., TN: Ivory, Sarah, Elizabeth, Emily, Adaline S, William
1860 Morgan Co., TN: Ivory, Sarah, Elizabeth, Adaline, William, Joel, Amanda, William Bookins 69
1880 District 4, Morgan, TN: Ivory F, Sarah, James M, Ivory F, Thomas J Carter (son in law), Julia A Carter

In studying the census, he fits to be a son of Reuben only. In 1840 there is only one opening for a 20 year old male unidentified and that is under Reuben. Follow Reuben back
1810 3 m 0-9 Levi 7, Andrew 5 1 m 10-15 UNKNOWN
1820 4 m < 10, Julius, James, Thomas, Ivory; 1 m 16-18 Andrew; 2 m 16-25 Levi, UNKNOWN
1830 2 m 10-15 Thomas, Ivory; 1 m 15-20 James 17, 2 m 20-30 Andrew 25, Julius 20
1840 1 m 20-30 Ivory; 1 m 30-40 UNKNOWN

[NI18822] 1850 Hickman Co., TN: Nathan, Elizabeth, William, John, James, Nancy, Rebecca

When studying the census, in 1800 he is 3. He would fit to be a child of John, Samuel, William or Thomas. In 1810 he is 13. He fits Samuel or Reuben. In 1820 he is 23, and fits only with Samuel.

[NI18825] 1880 District 476, Rockdale, Georgia: Augustus, Eliza, Henry, Dotson, Alice, Phinantha, Mattie

[NI18827] 1790 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m < 16; 2 f
I have put him under Thomas, since we know for sure that Thomas died in 1781 and since Tener is listed as head of household but under 16.

[NI18828] Hamby, William N., jr., musician, Co. G. 7th KS Cav
Bugler Hamby William N. Jr. Mound City Oct. 17, '61 Oct. 17, '61 Re-enlisted Veteran.
Private Hamby William N. Jr. Oct. 17, '61 Oct. 17, '61 Promoted Bugler October 17, 1861.
Bugler Hamby William N. Jr. Mound City Jan. 1, '64 Jan. 1, '64 Mustered out with regiment September 29, 1865.
Private Hamby William N. Jr. Mound City Jan. 1, '64 Jan. 1, '64 Promoted Bugler

1850 Warrick Co., IN: Stephen, Sarah, Jasper, Newton, Edney, Amanda

[NI18829] James Ryol Hamby was in Gwinett Co., GA 1811, 1820, 1830.
He was in Walker Co., GA in 1840, Cherokee Co., AL in 1843, Walker Co., GA 1860, Carroll Co., AR 1870, 1880. His son's Civil War records say James R held office in Georgia.
He was stationed against the Creek Indians during the Indian Wars and listed under Seminole War. He served as a Pvt. with Highland Batt'n, Mtd Vols from GA

[NI18831] 1850 Hopkins, Kentucky [Malcolm, Catherine]
1870 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Malcum, Sarah, Ezekial, James, Daniel, Franics, Grant]

[NI18833] 1796 John, Isaac and Nathan Hamby in Hancock Co., GA Tax defaulters Sandford's District.
1801 Isaac, Isaac, John, Nathaniel, Susannah and William in Jackson Co., Tax Digest.
1850 Christian Co., KY: Isaac, Kesiah

[NI18834] 1850 Christian Co., kY [Andrew, Charity, William J]

[NI18836] 1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 10-15; 1 m 26-44; 1 f 16-25
1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 4 m < 10; 1 m 26-44; 3 f < 10; 1 f 16-25; 1 f 26-44
1840 Crawford Co., MO: 2 m < 5; 1 m 5-10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 30-40; 1 f < 5; 1 f 5-10; 2 f 10-15; 1 f 20-30
1850 Crawford Co., MO: Wm, S, M, W, J, C

When studying the census in 1790, he is 9 and fits William of Wilkes, John or Stephen. In 1800 he is 19 and fits only William.

[NI18856] He was a Methodist Minister and carpenter.

[NI18867] 1850 Crittenden Co., KY [King, Sarah, Ezekial C, Jannis M, William L]
1860 Crittenden Co., kY [King, Sarah, E C, James M, William S, John A, Susan J]
1870 Crittenden Co., KY [Sarah, William S, John A, Jesse, Matilda]

[NI18882] 1850 Hall Co., GA: Harrison, C, G A, R
1880 Gwinnett Co., GA: Harrison, Caroline, Nancy, Thomas J, Tebitha A, Felix, Melissa, Peter H, Frances E

[NI18885] Marriage: Jasper Co., GA Book A, page 62

[NI18889] Marriage 1805: Samuel Hamby Bondsman
1810 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA [3 m < 10; 1 m 16-26; 1 f 16-26
1820 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA [2 m < 10; 3 m 10-15; 1m 26-44-2 f < 10; 1 f 26-44]
1830 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA
1840 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA [2 m 15-20; 2 m 20-30; 1 m 50-60; 2 f 20-30; 1 f 50-60]
1850 Wilkes, North Carolina, USA [Simpson, Mary, Nancy, Elizabeth (12)]

[NI18890] 1790 Wake Co., NC: 1 m > 16; 2 m < 16
1800 Wilkes Co., NC: 2 m 11-15; 1 m 46}; 1 f 46+

[NI18891] 1920 DeKalb Co., AL: Alexander, Cora, A J

One record found indicated his father was Thomas and mother Laura Edwards

[NI18895] 1850 Henry Co., Tennessee [Robert J, Louisa V, John C, William R]

[NI18912] 1840, Morgan Co., TN: 100001-10011
1850, Morgan Co., TN: Julius, Clarinda, Sarah M, James M, Mary E, Martha V
1860, Cumberland Co., TN
1880 District 13, Roane, TN: living with daughter Martha and Henry King

[NI18913] 1850 Coffee Co., TN: Joseph, Nancy, Richard - living with William Crosslin family
There is also a Mary Hamby age 40 living next door with the John Crosslin family
1860 Coffee Co., TN: Joseph, Nancy, Richard, William J, Andrew, Mary H

[NI18914] 1840 Newton Co., GA: 2100100000000-1000100000000
1850 Chambers Co., AL: Green B, Elizabeth, John H, Calvin, James P, Sarah, Rudolphus, Nicy A, Mary J
1860 Tallapoosa Co., AL: G B, Charlotte, Sarah, Rudolphus, Nicy A, Mary, William

[NI18922] Army Pension Records
DAVID S HAMBY F. 11 Mo. Inf
4 Sep 1890 Invalid 991.577 702.837

1860 Cedar Co., MO: David, James, William

[NI18944] 1830 To Tennessee with father
1850 Morgan Co., TN: Levi, Sarah, Gilbert N, Frances, James, Elizabeth, Reuben S, Sarah
1860 Cumberland Co., Tennessee
1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: Levi, Sarah

[NI18953]

Newton Co., Georgia Marriage Records: Book A, page 137



Delilah and William moved to Texas in 1836.

[NI18972] 1880 Missouri, Nevada, AR: THomas, lawyer

[NI18991]

Lived during the time from Henry VII thru the first year of Elizabeth's
reign



He was coheir of Brockelsby and acquired the manors of Great Lambert in
Yarborough Wapentake and Alford.

[NI19002]

She was living on 25 Nov 1616

[NI19004]

living on 25 Nov 1616

[NI19008] Magdalen Leeds, daughter and heir of Sir John Leeds, Knight, of Wappingthorpe Sussex; their nuptial settlement was so dated. Magdalen was reported living at Tathwell on 26 March 1640/41.

[NI19011]

She was living on 8 Nov 1627.

[NI19012]

He was knighted at Whitehall 26 Feb 1668/69. He was educated in Law.

[NI19031] Lived in the time of King Edward III (1327-1377)

Walter acquired the manors of Brockelsby (district of Yarborough) and Utterby (Ludborough) in Lincoln County from his marriage.

Notification of a Grant: Ralph, son of Henry Sloby, to Walter, son of Jolan (John) de Hambi PROPERTY: in Slothby (1) a toft on which he had built, with a croft (2) 2 selions at Thornelle, with a herbiage as far
ar Vaterdale (3) 3 dales of meadow --- 2nd half of 13th century

[NI19033] Lived in the reign of Edward II (1307-1327)

[NI19035] Lived in the time of King Edward I (1272-1307)

[NI19042] Thomas appears in the 1860 census for Cahoun County, MS as living near Slate Springs with his wife and three small children. Thomas served in the Civil War enlisting first in Pittsboro on June 14, 1862. He was part of Company E, 3rd Regiment of the Mississippi Minute Men. T.J. appears in the early muster rolls as a sergeant but was apparently reduced in rank to private on Febuary 5, 1862. He enlisted again June 14, 1863 in Pittsboro, MS serving in Lt. Mitchell's company.

1860 Calhoun Co., MS: Thomas, Nancy, Christopher, Thomas, Julia

[NI19096] 1880 Forsyth Co., GA: Elender, Hosana, John H

[NI19105] 1880 Forsyth Co., GA: Lewis W, Jane, John H T, William B

[NI19115] 1840 - Crawford Co., Mo. age 20/30 #014855
1850 - Crawford Co., Mo. age 34 #0443605 (with family)
1854 - Dec 23, Dent Co., Mo. Marriage to Delila Ann McVay
1860 - No record found
1870 - Jefferson Co., Ill. age 54 (living with Melvin) #545732
1870 - Dec. 1, Perry Co., Ill. Marriage to Mrs. Nancy (Mary) Jane Penland

[NI19117] Emmeline found: 1840 Crawford Co., Mo. age 20 (with Husband) #014855
1850 Crawford Co., Mo. age 30 " " #0443605

[NI19122] 1860 Calhoun Co., MS: living with brother Andrew J

[NI19123] 1880 Iowa, Doniphan, Kansas: Ed T, Martha

[NI19157]

Will probated 3 Jan 1709/10. Brother Charles named Executive. Left
bequests to wife Mary, daughter Elizabeth and the family bible to
daughter Susana.

[NI19159] 1790 Wake Co., NC: 1 m > 16; 4 m < 16; 2 f

[NI19177]

See Holt history by Roxie Holt



Buried at Highland cemetary, south end

Her name is spelled Elisabeth on the grave marker.

[NI19178]

William B. Holt, a widower, had 6 boys and a girl by his first wife.



Date of death is believed to be May 15, 1853 according to records kept
by the Mormons of Salt Lake City. Jim Holt, Ancel's father claims he
only saw his father once. According to Ancel Holt, William B. Holt
was supposed to have gone to the civil war and never returned, perhaps
killed by bushwackers. There is no war records on him. He left while
the family was living in Filmore, MO. Some relatives who lived there
may have been named Simerly, were probable colonists from the
Cumberland region of Tennessee near present day Nashville.

[NI19180] Hopkins Co., Marriages1807-1868

1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [Elias, Elizabeth, T D, Serena F]
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Elias, Elizabeth, Tiberius, Serena, Sally, Florence, Virginia, Yancy]

[NI19207] Elizabeth was indicted for Bastardism in March 1741 and again in March 1742 and was tried in June 1743.

[NI19212] 1850 Anderson Co., South Carolina: Wyley, Mary, Mary Ann, Ellener L, William L, Richard F

[NI19213] 1850 Surry Co., NC: Ephraim L, Elizabeth, Rufus C, Sarah A, Melvina, Martha A, Columbus, Mary j
1860 Surry Co., NC: Eph L, Elizabeth, N C, A C, E C
1880 Bryan, Surry, NC: Ephraim, Elziabeth, Elizabeth C, Frederick (Gson), Melvina harns (Dau), William L Taylor (Gson), Elziabeth C Taylor (Gson)

[NI19221]

July 28, 1697 granted to Daniel, John and Richard 150 acres, Seaside,
Northampton Co., VA and 50 acres to Charles Joseph

[NI19236] Army Pension Records
EZEKIAL C HAMBY
Widow Mary E. Hamby #2 Mo. Lt. Art.
22 Aug 1890 Invalid 904-431 685-783 Mo.
4 Sep 1900 Widow 425-960 502.254

1860 Ezekial living with brother Isaiah
1880 Cedar Co., MO [Ezekial, Mary, William, Emily, Sarah]

[NI19262] Birth date taken from St. George Parish Records shows William born 10/14/1727. These dates are obviously wrong, since his brother Thomas was born 3/15/1728. Various land records for South Carolina show his wife's name as Celia others as sealey. They moved from Maryland after 1744, since per his Revolutionary War records William (1744) was born in Baltimore Co., MD. William is recorded in North Carolina as a surveyor with his father in 1750. He is in Spartanburg Co., SC in 1788 selling his father's land.

[NI19263] One of the first settlers of Young and Baylor Co., TX. Confederate soldier, Battle of Elm Creek.

The Elm Creek Raid was one of the most famous Indian raids on the Texas frontier. It occurred on October 13, 1864. A band of 600 Indians came down on the east bank of the Brazos River and had a skirmish with Peter Harmonson and his boys. The Harmonsons escaped. The Indians then crossed the Brazos River just below the mouth of Elm Creek. In the valley of the river they met Joel Myers, who lived at Fort Belknap who was out hunting a yoke of oxen. They killed and scalped him.
The Indians proceeded a short distance west and attacked the house of Widow Fitzpatrick. When her widow daughter, Mrs. Susan Durgan saw the Indians coming she grabbed her gun and went out in front of the ranch to protect herself and her children. She was killed and scalped. They captured the other eight.
A short distance west of Widow Fitzpatrick's place, lived Thomas, his son Thornton and Tom Wilson. When they discovered what was going on, they notified the rest of their families. The women and children fled down the bank of Elm Creek and hid in a cave. The three men got on their horses and taking their guns and pistols.
The first house west of Hamby's place was that of William Bragg. They escaped and hid. The next ranch was that of Judge H D Williams. Tom Wilson went ahead to warn the Bragg family who escaped. The Indians robbed the house and tore up everything there was in it. They destroyed all the provisions, bedding and clothing,but failed to find the women and children.
By the time Tom got the children hidden, Thornton and his father were so badly pressed they had retreated. Tom joined up with them. Thornton decided to make a desperate effort to get to the Bragg ranch. At the ranch they fled into the house but before the door closed an Indian shot Tom Wilson through the heart with an arrow. He pulled it out and immediately died. Inside the house was George Bragg, five white women, a nego girl and some children.
Thornton planned the defense and had the people isnide load and reload the pistols and guns for him, and he did the firing. One of the Indians was so despereate that he came up to the house with a pick and started to dig one of the pickets up so he could go in and massacre there people. Thomas Hamby saw him through the crack and shot him in the head. Thomas was shot four times and Thornton once. Theis placed them in a helpless condition. Thornton gallantly withstood the seig all afternoon, and none of the women and children were hut. That night the Indians left. A large number of the Indians were wounded and killed. It was ascertained that the chief Little Buffalo was killed at the Bragg Ranch fight.
The cool heroism and unexcelled bravery of Thornton Hamby from first to last has never been exceiled.


1880 Anderson Co., TX: Thornton K, Rebecca A, James T, Mary A, Martha F, Emma E, Ann E, Thomas Whitworth - employee

[NI19266] In 1640, at the time of Dame Elizabeth Dale's will - it mentioned that Richard Hamby was ill.

Richard's will, probate granted 21 December 1641 by oath of Margerie Hamby relict and executor.

[NI19275] 1880 Baylor TX: living with sister Elisabeth Mills

[NI19292] Marriage 2: Cobb Co., Book C, page 89

[NI19315] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book B, page 493

[NI19325] Listed as unmarried in 1592. His will was dated 10 May 1626 and was proved 14 Mar 1627. In the Lincoln Archives and inventory of all goods of William Hamby, written on several pieces of sheepskin. The house consisted of 22 rooms and a cellar. A stable contained 9 horses and 3 colts. Four draft horses and 8 young cattle were in the ox-house with 12 oxen. The barn contained a corn room and a malt house. The total value was estimated then at 1403 pounds.

[NI19359] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book A, page 426
He was a merchant operating P T Hamby & Company, Jewelers.

Mr. P T Hamby Passes Away
His Death is Deeply Regretted by our Marietta People
It is with sadness and sorrow we chronicle the death of Mr. P T Hamby, a prominent citizen and merchant of this place. The sad event occurred Wednesday afternoon 2:15 o'clock, November 18th, at the family residence on Washington Avenue. He was taken sick two weeks ago last Monday with what is known as the "Melton fever", a hereditary family disease that assumed an erysipelas form culminating in a high fever. He gradually grew worse until there was a dissolution of body and soul, and his spirit went back to the God who gave it.
The deceased was 54 years of age and was a native of this county. He was aprominent merchant of this place and was of the firm of P T Hamby & Company. He had served the city as Alderman. He married Miss Theresa Gober a number of years ago, a sister of Judge Geo F Gober and from this happy union six sons and one daughter came to bless their home, all now living. There are Thomas, Homer, Hugh, George, Edgar and Herbert Hamby and Mrs. A A Bishop. His wife survives him. Mr. Hamby was not connect with any Church but was raised in the Primitive Baptist faith and was a strong believer in the Christian religion and gave the Creator all glory and power. He was familiar with the scriptures and would quote from the Bible with a good deal of memory. He was a man of honor and integrity, always courteous and considerate, kindly disposed and gentle in his death. Marietta has lost a noble citizen, and his wife a devoted husband and his children an affectionate father.
The funeral took place at the family residence on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. V F Manget officiating.
The interment was in the city cemetery.
The ball bearers were Mrsses J M Stone, W J Frey, John Awtrey, E F Dobbs, J A Massey, W F Williams and G M Hicks.
The Marietta Fire Company No. 1 of which the deceased was a member turned out in a body and paid their respect to his memory. We deeply sympathise with the bereaved family.
The stores closed during the funeral hour in respect tot he memory of this good man.
Owing to a rock being stuck in digging the grave, the burial was postponed to Friday morning.
Marietta Journal, November 20, 1903.

1880 Cobb Co., GA: Reaton T, Theresa E, Thomas J, Leila A, Earnest H, Hugh V

[NI19373] Marriage License: issued by G Lawson, CCCC, performed by T Nix, JP at Eli's house, in the presence of D Glocer and W Wood.

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [William, Abbey E, William D]

[NI19380] John Beck Dockins is thought to be the father of Lou Hamby.

[NI19381] He and family moved from Rabun Co., Georgia to the Whetstone Community in Oconee Co., South Carolina in 1907. He, spouse, and children, down thru Cora, are listed in the 1900 Rabun County census.

[NI19384]
will written 22 Aug 1682, probated 1683. Left wife Susann 150 desos
land, plantation called Mountney's Brooks. On her death land to be
divided between sons David, Richard, John when they become16. Also to
son William, 50 acres, to dau Rebecca, wife of Simon Thomas, and dau
Elizabeth, wife of william Scott.

[NI19400]

Verbal will sworn to by William Hamby and approved by June Court, 1720.
Wife named Elizabeth, to whom estate was left.

[NI19427] She never married. In the hills and forests of North Georgia and South Carolina her children were termed "Woods Colts", i.e.,children whose father(s) is (are) unknown. The source of the identification of her children is US census data, although some are confirmed by other sources.

One such source is a four-part series of articles titled "A Tribute To The Life Of Mrs Maude Hamby Thrift", by Robert P Hamby, in the Keowee Courier, Walhalla, Oconee Co., South Carolina in 1977. Many of the details of Sarah Minerva's descendants are from that series.

Sarah lived the major part of her life in Rabun Co, Georgia, where she was born. Sarah's son, Samuel J , bought a 33 acre tract in the Whetstone Community in Oconee County in about 1912, and moved Sarah to it as her home when she was 66 . She died about 2 years later, and was returned to Rabun Co., Georgia, for burial. Her nephew, Terrill Hamby, went to John Ansell's Funeral Home in Walhalla to buy the coffin for her burial.

1880 Rabun Co., GA: Sarah M, Mary, John, James, Samuel, Ezekiel

[NI19434] Wilkes Cty Marriage Bond. Bondsman: William Dyer Witness: W. B. Casa

1840, Morgan Co., TN: 21001-10001 4 2 6
1850, Morgan Co., TN: James, Mary, George W, Elijah C, Rueben C, Mahal J, Julius E, Sara A, Thomas T, Peter Mitchell
1865, Lived in Post Oak Springs, Roane Co., Tennessee
1880 District 10, Cumberland, TN: James, Matilda
Corporal, East Tennessee Vol. Inf., Camp Dick Robinson, Loudoun
E 1 Tenn Inf. Pvt. - 1 Corp.
December 9, 1865 Invalid Application Tnn,

[NI19443] 1880 Cobb Co., GA: Tandy K, Mary A F, Walter B, Thomas Lee, Eugenia C, Adrian D, Eula A, Isaac B, Tandy K

[NI19467] 1880 Forsyth Co., GA: Thomas A, Rachel, Robert M

[NI19469]

Hanby, John 10-30-1717/3-17-1718

son William, grandson Richard Jacob, dau Ellener Jacob, ann Holt, dau

of Ann ;Mary Holt, Richard Thorman, Michael Cormick, Brother Charles,

son William Extr:Witt: Thomas Harmanson, Richard Thorman

[NI19479] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book A, page 278

[NI19493] Clifton wrote an interesting account of his immediate Hamby family history in January 1974. His story is permanently preserved and kept on file at the Department of Archives and History for the State of Mississippi.

[NI19495] 1880 Baylor TX: living with sister Elisabeth Mills

[NI19496] 1880 Cobb Co., GA: Virgil A, Elsie, Emmet M, Lena, D C, George T, Unus L

[NI19497] Frank died of typhoid malaria fever along with his mother. This event precipitated the move of the remaining family back to Calhoun County, MS.

[NI19499] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book F, page 494

[NI19503]

Reported to be in West Ashby in 1650

[NI19504] Samuel is listed as H/H in the 1900 Rabun Co. census with children Maude and Martin, and with mother , Sarah M. His first wife had died in 1896, he did not remarry until March of 1901. He bought property in Oconee Co, South Carolina, in 1904 and moved there. His house was a Log structure, which did not get replaced until about 1914, by a frome structure built by the reverend David Carter, Marcus LaFayette Hamby, and Martin Ezikiel Hamby. This was in the Whetstone community. In about 1912, he bought an additional piece of property nearby and moved his mother, Sarah M, to it as her home.

[NI19514] She never married. Mother of 6 children, all with Hamby as surname. Buried next to batchelor brother William J. in Baptist Church Cemetery in Clayton, giving the impression of husband and wife.

1880 Rabun Co., GA: Mary A, Robert, Beula E, Thomas J

[NI19518] The last data we have on him is the listing in 1860 census.

[NI19530] Marriage 2: Cobb Co., Book B. page 302
Judge Benajah Judson Hamby was an active and successful man. A. Confederate soldier, Co. E Phillps Legion, he surrendered at Appromatox in 1865. In June 1890 he was a member of the Cobb Co., Democratic Committee and in August, a member of the Democratic Electoral Commission. His estate (Cobb Co Will Ck 5, p 3800) was administered by his son Carl Eugene.

1880 Cobb Co., GA: Benajah J, Margaret A, David C, Alice L, William V, Minerva F, Carrie L, Emma M, Robert E

[NI19532] Clarke Co.,Georgia Marriage Records, Book B, page 253

1840 Cobb Co., Georgia [3 m <15; 1 m <30, 1 f < 30]
1850 Walton Co., Georgia [David C, Olive, Benager J, Micajah, Virgil A, Tandy C J R, David M, Moxa A E, Josiah C]
1870 Cobb Co., Georgia [Olive, Theodore]

Will of Olive's father - 17 July 1841 bequesthed $200.00 to David Hamby for his daughter Olive.

Sold land 9 Dec 1871, Deed Book C, Page 245, Cobb Co., Georgia
Sold land Sept 1879, Deed Book F, Page 448, Cobb Co., Georgia

[NI19533]

1810 and 1820 possible John in Cherokee Land, AL

1830 Jefferson Co., AL

1850 Jefferson Co., Al - John and Elizabeth living with son David and
family

[NI19534] John was lord of Alford and presided at local courts from 1569-1572. He also lived in London and was one of the two "Auditors of the Prestes of Foreign Accounts of the Queen."

John Hamby, Esquire, Lord of Maltby: died age 60. Records from Hanby-Chaplin Memorial, Tathwell, Lincolnshire, England.

[NI19552] Keowee Courier October 4, 1905

James Hamby of Miles City, MO and Ella Hamby of Clayton, Georgia were married by Rev. H. C. Grossman September 27, 1905 at the residence of Robert Cheek, Walhalla, South Carolina. The young couple left the same evening for their new home in Montana.

Later, per a land condemnation court case (No 126) of about 1915, James lived in Miles City, Montana
from Mel Cox

[NI19556] 1840, Morgan Co. Tennessee Census 00001-10001
1849, To TX, owned land where Six Flags Over Texas is now located.
1850 Cherokee Co., TX: Thomas, Vina, Hannah, Thorton, James, Jane, Jesse
1860 Young Co., TX: Thomas J, Viny, Thornton, Elizabeth, Amanda, smith F, Polly Ann

Lived in Cherokee Co., TX until after the 1850 census; then moved to
Navarro-Hill Co., TX; was on the Young Co., TX in 1860 census; moved to
Tarrant Co., TX in 1865 after the Indian fights of 1864.

[NI19560] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book B, page 547

[NI19561] Will dated 2 Apr 1621, proved 14 Mar 1626. He left bequests to his brothers Richard and William and to his sisters Magdalen, Sarah and another whose name could not be read.

Edward must have been a successful and educated man. The inventory list his books - which were rare possessions of a citizen of the period.

This is the Edward who erected the memorial to William Hamby in Tathwell church in 1626; his father Edward had died 10 years earlier, in 1616. It is not clear however, which William was so honored. His brother was younger than he and his uncle William was of the proper age for such an honor, being 72 years old at the time. The dates on the persisting documents do not clarify the matter, since they are dated according to the court term at which they were recorded.

[NI19576] J.K.P. served in the Civil War as a private in Company B, 8th Regiment (Duff's Reg.). According to stories he told to his grandchildren, after the war, J.K.P. and his family suffered through great hardship due to "the foraging Yankee troops" who took all their meat, food and salt. J.K.P. remained in Calhoun County along with his father and his father's brothers, George and Andrew. About 1870, J.K.P. built a log home from large heart pine trees on the Sabogula Creek about one mile from the Grenada County line. That is the home where he and Martha raised their children. In 1908, J.K.P. and Martha moved to Grenada, MS where their oldest son Walter and his family lived.

1870 Calhoun Co., MS: Polk, Mary, Lee
1880 Calhoun Co., MS: James K P, Walter Lee, Katie, Bana

[NI19578] According to the Calhoun City Monitor-Herald: "He was well known in all sections of Calhoun and enjoyed a reputation of sobriety, honesty and morality"; he was a Civil War veteran who fought with the Sixth Mississippi Cavalry at Tupelo, MS on July 14, 1864.

1880 Calhoun Co., MS: George J, Margret L, James E, Elizabeth, Jennie B, Archibald, Alma

[NI19585] It is said that in 1880's Andrew rode on horseback to Texas and was never heard from again

[NI19588] 1860 Crittenden Co., KY
1865 Crittenden Co., KY Militia List
1860 Crittenden Co., KY [Jesse Payton, Elizabeth C, William L]
1880 Dycusburg, Crittenden, KY: Payton, Eller, Logan, Sarah J, Julia A, Phant P, Rosa E

[NI19590] Walter was born in a log cabin on the original Calhoun County homestead of his father, James Knox Polk Hamby in 1870. Shortly thereafter, J. K. P. moved the family to a new home about one mile from the Grenada County line in Calhoun County along Sabolga Creek.

[NI19599] Rufus L. Alexander, 63, died suddenly in his home. He was a retired coal miner and a member of Dawson Springs Masonic Lodge. He was the son of the Late Cordie and Nola Hamby Alexander. His is survived by wife wife, Mabel Alexander, two daughters, Mrs. Joyce Laffoon and Mrs. Vickie Mouser, two brothers, Norman Alexander, Lawson Alexander and one sister Mrs. Evelyn Carroll

[NI19600] 1880 Baylor TX: Columbus C, Elisabeth, Rufus H Hamby, Charley H Hamby, Cora Mills

[NI19610]

1870 Crittenden Co., KY [Isaac Newton, Sarah, Martha, Jas T, Isaac H,
Jesse W, father - James]

[NI19618] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book D, page 494

[NI19633] Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXII. Marriage Records 1665-1800
Handbey, John, Gloucester, and Susannah Tompson, Gloucester 1735 Jan 13.


In late 1747, with four small children they headed south to the North Carolina frontier of Bladen (now Rowan Co.) Co., in 1749 John was appointed as appraiser, in 1753 when Rowan Co., was formed John was one of the first Justice of the Peace; was appointed Captain of the District militia in 1754; in 1756 petitioned for license to keep an Ordinary at his home,; in 1757 obtained a Granville grant of 467 acres on the east side of Rich Fork of Abbott's Creek; in 1760 he sold said land; his will of 1768 provided for wife Susannah, sons Jonathan and David, daughters Hannah Carter and Susanan Jenings, and two grandsons, William Carter and Jonathan Jenings.

[NI19645] On 30 August 1777 Jonathan renounced his allegiance to England and took the Oath of Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia before Edmund Lyne, Esq. Besides fighting in the French & Indian war, his
revolutionary service included the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on 15 March 1781 and at the Siege of 96 (South Carolina) on 22 May 1781. He is on the DAR patriots list p. 300.

[NI19699] Marriage License: Issued by Orlean Bishop, Clerk of the County on the 6th day of May 1857. Marriage performed by O. Collins, Minister on 13th day of May 1857 at the house of James Hamby in the presence of C M Young, John Casgile and C L Hardwick.

1860 Hopkins, Kentucky [T P, Nancy, Estella, Willis T] - living with Meredith Sisk family as farm laborer
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky [Timothy, Nancy, Hesteller, Willis, Charlene, James, Anderson]
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Timothy P, Nancy C, Hesteller A, Willis, Charlena M, James M, Volana, Cordalia A, Timothy A, Louise]

[NI19717] Marriage 2: Cobb Co., Book E, page 565

[NI19722]

Dawes Rolls

1 9995 562 Hamby Myrtle 6 F 1-64 3913 Creeks by Blood

[NI19723]

[NI19778] Will was proved in May 1537.

[NI19799]

1860 Crittenden Co., KY

[NI19973] Marriage: Muscogee Co., Book JJ, page 231

[NI19999] Marriage: Meriwether Co., Book H, page 74

[NI20003] Marriage: Meriwether Co., Book J, page 189

[NI20016] Marriage: Coweta Co., Book U, page 292

[NI20018] Marriage: Coweta Co., Book P, page 536

[NI20039] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book P, page 143

[NI20062] Marriage: Fulton Co., Book P, page 373

[NI20064] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book G, page 479

[NI20067] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book H, page 233

[NI20069] Marriage 1: Cobb Co., Book H, page 247
Marriage 2: Cobb Co., Book I, page 597

[NI20076] 1850 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents
1860 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents
1870 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents
1880 Hopkins, Kentucky-with parents

[NI20087] Marriage License: Issued Hopkins Co., to be married at W H Hamby.

Company A, 25th KY Infantry, later became 17th Regiment
Army Pension Records
DANIEL M. HAMBY
Widow Martha R. G 17 & A 25, Ky Inf.
27 Jul 1867 Invalid Applic 127609 107.051
Widow Appl 349.952 241.494 Ky
Minor Appl 595.682 406.290

[NI20098] Marriage License: issued Hopkins Co., to be married at Nathan Nichols, Nancy A. Walker's guardian present.

Company A, 25th KY Infantry, later became 17th Regiment
Army Pension Records
GOLDEN H HAMBY W; Nancy A. A 25 Ky. Inf
24 Nov 1879 Inv. App 324.936 C: 419240 Ky.
21 Aug 1922 Widow App 119-3097 C: 919.789

1880 Hopkins, Kentucky [Golden H, Nancy A, Alis D]
1910 Hopkins CO., KY [G. H., Nancy, Davis[nephew]]

Golden Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 15593
Nancy A. Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 21857

[NI20100] 1860 Cherokee Co., NC: Larkin, Eliza, Elizabeth, William, David, Emily, Jeremiah, Larkin

[NI20102] Burial: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Houston, Randolph Co. Illinois. Next to the Fairview Baptist Church. Fairview Baptist Church is located on Ridge Rd. 2.5 miles south of Ill. Hwy. 154 between Sparta and Houston, Ill. (2 miles west of Sparta and 3.1 miles east of Huston).

Sarah found in: 1870 Jefferson Co., Ill. age 22 (with husband) #545732
1880 Miller Co., Mo. age 31 ( " " ) #1254703

[NI20103] Carcinoma of Back (Cancer)
Interred: Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Wilson Co. Kansas. Wilson Funeral Home Fredonia, Kansas

1870 Jefferson Co., Illinois age 2 ( with parents)
1880 Miller Co., Mo. age 12 " "
1900 Randolph Co., Illinois Baldwin Prect. age 31 (w/fam., and Roy Bushong, nephew, 5.)
1910 Randolph Co., Illinois Baldwin Prect. age 42
1920 Wilson Co., Ks. Clifton TWP age 51

Per William H. "Bill" Copp:

When he was about 6 years old, His grandfather (William Edward Hamby) on his first visit to Topeka, Kansas (201 Walker). They had indoor toilets, but Grandpa Hamby being from the country, wouldn't use it and insisted on using the cornfield across the road.

Per William H. "Bill" Copp & William Rylie Hamby:

When William Edward Hamby was younger, he had hit his knee with an axe and lost the joint water, leaving him with a stiff knee.

In a letter dated Oct 19, 1979 by Lottie (Hamby) Copp, she writes that her father, William Edward Hamby, was from near Hoauston, Ill.

[NI20104] Interred: Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Wilson Co., Kansas. The Penwell Mortuary, (Topeka?) Died of Cervical Cancer.

Headstone says DOB Oct. 11 1878--Death Cert. says DOB Oct. 11, 1877

1900 Randolph Co., Ill. Baldwin Prect. age 21
1910 " " " " " " 31
1920 Wilson Co., Ks. Clifton TWP " 40

In a letter dated Oct. 19, 1979, written to Mr. Myron A. Roever by Lottie (Hamby) Copp, she writes that her mother was born and raised near Kaskie or Ellis Grove or Palestine, Ill., daughter of Warren and
Pollie Bushong. When seventeen, (Mar. 10, 1896) she married William, who was from near Houston, Ill., about 14 miles from where Thankful lived. When Lottie was about 5 years old, (abt. 1903), they moved to the Ketchum place, which was about five miles north of Houston, Ill.


William had an aunt and uncle, Isom and Martha Holt, who lived just north of Houston for many years, and later moved to Houston, where they both died.

Thankful's brother George and his wife Lizzie are buried in Lesley Cemetery, north and east of Houston. Lottie started school at Houston with Roy Bushong, her cousin that lived with them after his mom died.
Later they moved to the Glenn place which was about 1 and a half miles east of Houston. Her sister, Blanche, died there from Diptheria. She was buried in Lively Cemetery, and her brother Melsin is buried there also.

From the Glenn place, they moved to the Sam Hetherington place where four of the kids went to the Houston School and Sunday School. Her folks were Baptist, but they went to the nearest church where they could walk. An auction fell on the Hetherington place about 1910, and they then moved to Fredonia, Kansas for about a year, then moved to a farm about 14 miles north.

[NI20105] Birth Certificate says he was born on November 11, 1903; however, he always claimed that his birth date was October 26, 1903, also shows spelling of middle name as Riley, but he always spelled it Rylie.

Burial: ResthavenCemetery,Oklahoma City,Oklahoma
Occupation: Retired from the Santa Fe R.R.

Moved with parents approximately 1911 or 1912 to Fredonia, Wilson Co.,Kansas and later to a farm west of Roper, Wilson Co., Kansas. Their children were born while they lived on the old Kibler place between Altoona and Vilas, Wilson Co., Kansas. They moved to Chanute, Neosho Co., Kansas about 1943 to 1723 South Evergreen (approximate address). They bought a home with 5 city lots at 1902 South Highland around 1945. The family moved to Oklahoma City in 1955 due to being transferred while
working for Santa Fe R.R. They bought a home at 1616 N.W. 6th in Oklahoma City. He passed away while living at this address.

[NI20106] Burial: Resthaven Cemetery, Oklahoma City,Oklahoma

Their children were born while they lived on the old Kibler place between Altoona and Vilas, Wilson Co., Kansas. Moved to Chanute, Neosho Co., Kansas about 1943 to 1723 South Evergreen (approximate address). They bought a home with 5 city lots at 1902 South Highland around 1945. Family moved to Oklahoma City in 1955 due to husband being transferred while he was working for Santa Fe R.R. Bought a home at 1616 N.W. 6th in Oklahoma City. Husband passed away while living at this address. The home burned down some years later. She bought a home at 1618 N.W. 12th where she later passed away

[NI20110] 1860 Newton Co., Georgia [Jane, and three kids]

[NI20129] 1860 Grundy Co., TN: Eli W, Arkansas, James H
1880 Grundy Co., TN: Washingt, Rachel A, James H, E Q, Jesse R, Clarissa M, George F

[NI20134] 1880 District 8, Grundy, TN: Catharine, Elvira, Joseph, Eli, John

[NI20135] 1880 District 8, Grundy, TN: Wm, Sarah E, Eudora I

[NI20143] 1860 Gasconade Co., MO: - living with Barney and Rachel Strain

[NI20151]

Grundy County, Tennessee

Will of James Harvey Hamby (d. 17 Feb 1954) wife: Anna Pearl (Campbell)
Children: Arley, Lavona H Tipps, Pauling H. Robings, Willodean H and
Randal H. Will made 1 Oct 1943, probated and records 26 Feb 1954.

[NI20162]

Buried Goad Springs Cemetery, Benton Co., Ar

[NI20163]

Buried: Guymon, OK

[NI20185] 1860 Dawson Co., GA: Sarah, Benjamin, Ezekial J, Mary A, Steven M, Robert S
1870 Gellow Lenak, Dawson, GA: Sarah, Nany, Stephen, Robert

[NI20249] 1880 Chattooga Co., GA: Robert S 31, Mary J 27, Rosa B, 5, Rebecca J, 4, John B 3, Sarah A 2, Mary E 36 - sister, Sallie 8, neice

[NI20287] 1880 BlackWater, lawrence, AR: Green J, Sarah, John, Green W, Faney, Letitia, Nancy E

[NI20298] 1880 Black Water, lawrence, AR: Thomas J, Adaline F, Susan J, George F, Mary L, Harvin M, William R, Lenora - Gdau

[NI20310] 1880 Cherokee, GA: John W, Sarah L, Thomas M, John W, Robert Lee, Elias L, Mentee, Stephen Y, William A, Lorenzo C, Sarah A

[NI20313] 1880 Dawson Co., GA: S M, Sarah, Sarah J, Minnie L

[NI20320] 1880 Black Water, lawrence, AR: David C, Mary, David, James, Henry, John

[NI20369]

June 20, 1883 Invalid application 487-482 K 1 Tn. Inf.

[NI20377] 1850 Gilmer Co., GA: Edwin, Sally, Sally

[NI20378] 1850 Wilkes, GA: AC, Nance E, William J, John D, Frances
1860 DeKalb, GA: Andrew C, Nancy E, William J, Frances E, Sarah J

[NI20382] 1880 Wessen,Copiah, MS: George, Laura, Earley, Willie, George, Charley, Lugene

[NI20385] 1880 Ellis, TX: William, Margaret, Matty, John, James, Eddy

[NI20386] 1880 Brushy Creek, Anderson, South Carolina: Thomas M, Malissa, Charlotte A, Sarah F, Eliza E, Wade H - GSon

[NI20391] Marriage: Harris Co., Book 2, page 89
Will: made 3 Dec 1909; attested 6 Mar 1911, Left to wife Mary E and David Oliver; no children mentioned.
Buried in Clower's Cemetery in Catula.

[NI20392] John is not mentioned in his father's will dated 1884, assumed he died before that.

[NI20416] 1880 District 4, Morgan, TN: William H, Eliza A, Sarah A, Elizabeth, Mary J, James, Ivory

[NI20433]

Buried: Goad Springs Cemetery, Benton Co., Arkansas

[NI20434]

per 1880 census had dropsy

[NI20438] 1880 District 4, Morgan, TN: Joel, Sarah, Henry, John

[NI20443] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book E, page 532

Marietta Journal
United a Popular and Esteemed Couple. Will Reside Here.
The marriage of Miss Chloe Ethel Reed, of Roswell, and Mr. Thomas Judson Hamby, of Marietta, took place at the Methodist church, at Roswell on Dec. 28th, 1905, Reverand J S Braswell of Doraville, officiating.
The church was beautifully decorated and presented an attractive appearance.
The bride entered the church with her father, Mr. I A Reed, while the strains of the wedding march was played by Mr. Ed Manning.
The groom's best man was Mr. J F Namce, of Marietta, and Miss Georgia Carpenter was maid of honor, and Miss Ada Sullivan, of Dunwoody, was bridesmaid. Mr. Hugh Hamby and Horace Hamby, brothers of the groom, were groomsmen.
Professor D A Sewell, Professor C A Bruce, Mr. C M Carpenter and Mr. George White were ushers.
After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the Williams House, where an elegant supper was served.
The bride is the only daughter of Mr. I A Reed, and is a most charmingly beautiful, cultured and sensible young lady, who is greatly admired and esteemed by all who know her.
The groom is one of the Marietta's most excellent young men, clever, genial and a splendid business young man.
They received many elegant and beautiful presents.
Their host of friends tender hearty congratulations for happiness and prosperity.
The happy couple are stopping at Mrs. P T Hamby's, on Washington Avenue, the home of the groom's mother.

[NI20444] Mr. A A Bishop and Miss Leila Hamby were married on Wednesday evening, July 31st, at the Methodist parsonage by Reverant S R Belk, Mr. E M Cook was best man and Miss Louise Schilling maid of honor. The groom was a former Sheriff of this country and is well known to our people. He is a man of integrity, intelligence and industry, and stands deservedly high in the respect and confidence of our people. The bride is the lovely and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P T Hamby of this place. She is a most amiable woman of many excellent graces of head and heart. The happy couple have gone to house-keeping in the home of the groom on Washington Avenur. Out best wished for a long and happy life are extended.

Mrs. Bishop's Funeral Rites Held Monday

Rites for Mrs. Leila Hamby Bishop, 84, were held at 2 p.m., Monday in the First Methodist Church. The Reverand Gordon Thompson officiated. Burial was in Marietta City Cemetery. Dobbins Funeral Home was in charge.
She was the mother of Al Bishop, city recreation director.
Mrs. Bishop died Friday night. She was a native Mariettan, the daughter of the later P T and Theresa Gober Hamby. In 1902 she married the late A A Bishop.
A member of the Methodist Church, the deceased was affilated with the Philathee Class, the Phillips-Manget Circle of the WSCS, the Friendship Club and the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Formerly, Mrs. Bishop taught school in East Marietta, Mableton and Roswell. She attened Marietta High School, Marwood Seminary and Normal School, Athens.
Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Cleve Hicks, Atlanta; Mrs. Stanley Hemp; Mrs. Charles Iler, Marietta; Mrs. Joseph Boyle, Columbia, SC; two sons, A H, H P Bishop, Marietta; seven grandchildren; one brother, Edgar Hamby, Warner Robins, four sister-in-laws, Mrs. J T Hamby, Marietta, Mr P H Hamby, Birminham, AL; several nieces and nephews.

[NI20445] Prof. Homer Hamby buried in Marietta

The funeral services of Prof. Homer Hamby were held at the First Methodist Church of Marietta last Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev W T Hamby, assisted by Dr. I A White. He had been in failing health for some months but the end came suddently at the sanitarium where he was under treatment of specialists.
Prof. Hamby was a graduate of the Marietta High School, a graduate of the State University of Athens Class of 1900 and had taught in Marietta, Buchanan, and Cuthbert, Georgia and in South Carolina.
He was a delegate to the Georgia Democratic Convention that named Joseph M Brown as Governor. The past year he had been engaged in Army YMCA work at Camp Sevier.
He had a genial disposition, was a profound student and logical reasoner. He delighted also in promoting clean athletics in his schools. His influence was on the right side morally. He had been converted at the Marietta Camp Ground, united with the Marietta Church in the summer of 1899, was faithful at Sunday School and served a term as President of the Epworth League, age forty-one.
The sorrowing widow and the little boy, Ernest, will return to Buchanan where they have a home and where her people, the Hutchinsons live. Beside these Prof. Hamby leaves his mother, Mrs. P T Hamby, one sister Mrs. A A Bishop, five brothers, Tom, Hugh, George, Edgar and Herbert and many other reltives and friends to mourn his loss.

[NI20446] Marriage: Fulton Co., Book T, page 45

[NI20447] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book D, page 36

[NI20448] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book D, page 181

[NI20449] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book C, page 459

[NI20452] Marriage: Cobb Co., Book D, page 553

[NI20456] Marriage 2: Cobb Co., Book C, page 529

[NI20479]

Willima Robert was a Baptist Minister.

[NI20483]

Moses was in the WBTS and was wounded and captured at 2nd Manassas.

[NI20490]

Isaac was a preacher.

[NI20494] Marriage: Newton Co., Book 8, page 412

[NI20495] 15 Apr 1893, Hales Weekly, Rockdale Co., Georgia

Last Sunday morning April 8, 1893, at 10 minutes before 8:00 am, Mr. J.J. Hamby of Honey Creek district died. He was sick only a few days during which he suffered agonizing pain. All of the most skillful
physicians that could possibly be obtained were called in but to no avail. Mr. Hamby was well-liked by all who knew him and the news of his untimely death was received with profound sorrow. He was about 35 years old and had never been married. He seemed to realize when he first took sick that he would be here only a short while and his only regret was leaving his dear mother and sister. He was kind and lovng to his mother and sister, never suffering them to be left alone but stood by them in a loyal and loving manner until his death. Funeral service was conducted by the Rev. J. F. Almand at the home burial ground.

[NI20500] Marriage: Rockdale Co., Book 8, page 117

[NI20501] Marriage: Newton Co., Book L, page 12

[NI20503] Marriage: Newton Co., Book 1, page 393

[NI20504]

Charlie never married, but had a "daughter" that appeared after his
death. She never came back and her name was not recorded.

[NI20507] 1880 Sherrill, Texas, MO: Noah and two children living with father

[NI20508]
1880 Christian Co., KY: V A, Mary A, Nuton, Malindy E, Henry I
1900 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Virgil, Sister Mary A, brother Newton J, niece Emma, niece Isabel H]

[NI20522] He was a preacher. On his tombstone is written, "Gone to his resting place in heaven."

1880 Whitley Co., KY: William, Sarah M, Elizabeth, Margaret J, Susan S

[NI20545] Lloyd was a POW captured by the German army in 1941 and escaped. He could also lift automobiles, he was very strong.

[NI20560] Willis Thurman Sisk, KY Death Index, Certificate11415
Carris Sisk, KY Death Index, Certificate 06098

1920 Hopkins Co., KY: Willis T, Carrie

[NI20573]

1860 Cedar Co., MO [Jerry, Cordelia, Amos Alonzo, Melissa]

[NI20574] 1860 Christian Co., KY: Charity, K E, Isbella, J H, J A M

[NI20584] 1880 San Jose, Santa Clara, CA: William J

[NI20594]

1880 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Polk, Elviria]

[NI20648]

Gleason works for Miller Brewing Co., Kay is a RN for the American

Red Cross. Both Karen and Travis are attending Radford University.

Gleason is a member of Worrell Memorial Primitive Baptist Church at

Laurel Fork, VA and Kay is a member of Peace Haven Baptist Church at

Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Gleason is a member of the "Sons of Confederate

Veterans."

[NI20652] 1850 Census Texas Co., Mo. [Silas K, Sarah W]
1860 Censuas Philps Co., Mo. h/h 225/230. W/ch, Mary Jane & James.

[NI20654] 1850 Christian, Kentucky, USA[John, Lavina, Daniel, Margaret E, Minerva, Jesse, Artemesia, John W]
1860 Christian, Kentucky, USA [John, Daniel, Margaret E, Maonsa R, Jesse, William G]
1870 Christian Co., kY [John, Manerva, Margaret E, Tina]

Will of John - he disowns Margaret because she married Marlin T. Farmer and states that until she changes her and her childrens name from Farmer she will not receive anything from his estates

[NI20655] Marriage License: performed by J Cranor, to be married at Matilda Hambys.

Lona Cranor, KY Death Index, Certificate 07289

[NI20661] 1910 Christian, Kentucky, USA [Newton, Emma - niece, Henry - niece]
1930 Christian, Kentucky, USA {Newton, Emma - neice, Henry - neice]

[NI20662] James Lyman Hamby, KY Death Index, Certificate 00358

[NI20663] Raleigh Evans Hamby: KY Tec S Co A 3198 Sig Svc Bn WWII

[NI20666] 1880 Elk Creek, Carter, TN: Landen C, Nancy C, Mary J, Nolan A

[NI20841] 1810 Spartanburg Co., SC: 3 m 0-9; 1 m 26-44; 1 f 0-9; 1 f 26-44
1820 Spartanburg Co., SC: 2 m < 10; 2 m 10-16; 1 m 18-26; 1 m 45+; 1 f < 10; 1 f 16-26; 1 f 26-45
1840 Coffee Co., TN: 1 m 15-20; 1 m 20-30; 1 m 30-40; 1 m 60-70; 1 f 10-15; 1 f 15-20; 1 f 50-60
1850 Coffee Co., TN: Mary age 70

[NI20930] 1790 Greenville Co., SC: 1 m < 16; 2 f
1800 Warren Co., KY Tax List
1810 Christian Co., KY: 1 m 0-9; 2 m 10-15; 1 m 16-25; 1 m 26-44

After Samuel dies, Sarah married a William Hamby and the children are listed on the marriage bond.

[NI20931] 1796 John, Isaac and nathan Hamby in Hancock Conty Tax defaulters Sandord's District.
1801 Isaac, Isaac, John, Nathaniel, Susanah and William in Jackson County Tax Digest.

[NI20932] 1794 Absolem and William Hamby listed in Hancock County Tax Digest, Capt. Sandford's District.
1801 Isaac, Isaac, John, Nathaniel, Susanah and William in Jackson Co., GA Tax Digest.
1802 Clark Co., GA Tax Digest
1805 Clark Co., GA Land Lottery
1805 Clark Co., GA Tax Digest
1809 Clark Co., GA Tax Digest

[NI20933] 1794 Absalem and William are in Hancock County Tax digest, Capt. Sandford;s District.
1805 Clark Co., GA Land Lottery
1807 Jackson Co., GA Land Lotter
1808 Absolom on Jasper County Jury
22 Oct 1810, Absalom and Mary Smith listed as receiving 202 acres, lot 8, Dist 28 of Wilkinson Co., Deed Book 5, page 185
1812 Absolom Hamby sells land in Jasper Co., GA records April 11, 1812
His orphans were listed in the Third or 1820 Land Lottery of Georgia in Gwinett County, as was Mary Hamby
1827 Mary listed in Henry Co., GA Land Lotter drew 383/7 in Lee Co., GA.

[NI20934] 1850 Cherokee Co., GA: M T, E

[NI20944] Samuel Hamby, orphan of Frances, age 10 on 1-1-1776 bound to Thomas Gilbert on 8-1775 to learn cooper trade.
1790 Harford MD: 1 M > 16 Samuel 24

[NI20961] 1850 Greenville Co., SC: Benjamin, Sarah, Mary, Sarah, William, Nancy
1860 Greenville Co., SC: B G, Sarah, Mary J, Sarah A, William E, Nancy C, Benjamin, Elizabeth H, James M
1880 Butler, Greenville, South Carolina: Benjamin, Sarah, Sarah A, Elizabeth C, Lucy H, John L, Asa B

[NI20963] 1880 Austin, Greenville, South Carolina: B A, Mary, Asa C

[NI21012] He was a farmer.

[NI21028] 1860 Polk Co., AR: Jesse 58, Mary 53, Angelina, 19, James R, 18 Wm M 9

[NI21030] 1870 Polk Co., AR: James R 22, Nancy 23, Sarah J 2, John H 7/12
1880 Polk Co., AR: James, Nancy, Sary J, John, William, James W, Isaac, Albert
1900 Polk Co., AR: James R, Nancy L, Manual L, Alan, Calvin, Ervin, William, ?, ?, Andrew -GSON; Price - GSON, Albert, John - brother

[NI21036] 1900 Polk Co., AR: William A, Martha A, Leroy, Estella
1910 Polk Co., AR: William A, Martha A, Leroy, Stella, Everett, Nettie, Curtis, Edna, Dora

[NI21037] 1900 Polk Co., AR: James W, Samuel I - Brother; Hassy SIL, Nancy A, Niece

[NI21043] 1910 Polk Co., AR: Thomas J, Sarah J, Etta, James R, Nancy, Bert - BIL

[NI21067] Vance was born while Henry was in the Civil War, he went to Virginia. Arlie West said he was not Henry's boy.1920 St. Claire, Smyth, VA: Robert V, Malinda J, Effie F, George C, Stanford, Claude, Charlie, Edgar, Ellen, McKinley

[NI21132] 1860 Calhoun Co., MS: Hezikiah, Mary

[NI21135] He enlisted May 15, 1862 as Private, 60th Infantry, Company K. He was promoted to Sergeant on September 1, 1862. He transferred to Company I about September 13, 1862. He was hospitalized in Dalton, Georgia on December 13, 1863 with Debilitas. Returned to duty January 26, 1863. Reported present March thru April 1863. Hospitalized at Tunnel Hill, Georgia on May 25, 1863 with intermittent fever. Transferred to another hospital June 29, 1863. Returned to duty November/December 1863. Appointed Sergeant Major on January 21, 1864 and transferred to the Field and Staff of this regiment. Furloughed for 22 days on April 15, 1864. Reported AWOL on April 30, 1864. Reported for duty May 24, 1864. Reported absent/sick on August 16, 1864. Last reported in war records is December 1, 1864.
Leander was head of household in 1870 census. In 1880 Mary shows as head of household living with her daughter.

1860 Buncombe Co., NC: L S, Mary

[NI21139] He enlisted McDowell Co., NC on March 14, 1862, at age 18, in the 49th Infantry, Company A. He was captured at Sandy Ridge, Lenore, NC on April 20, 1863 and sent to Fort Monroe, Virginia. He was exchanged at City Point, Virginia on May 28, 1863 and returned to duty in July/August 1863. He died near Petersburg, Virginia, cause of death not reported. He had the rank of Sargeant. He was noted for his coolness and undaunted bravery in action.

[NI21141] 1880 Black Mountain, Buncombe, NC: George, Elvira, Charles, James, Georgia

[NI21240] Wilkes co Equity Minute Docket 1819-1860 Vol. 1 at the election held on 9 Aug 1840 @@ Joseph D. Jones for Govenor. Voters Listed: Simpson Hamby, William Hamby, Charles Hamby, Hugh Hamby, Wesley Hamby, John Bishop.

Wilkes County Marriage Bonds page 106. Shadrick Callawy (w) B. W. Cass.

The census of 1850 Wilkes, County, North Carolina, USA doesn't list him as living. Assume he died around 1847 or 1848. About the time Gordon Hamby was born.

1830 Wilkes Co., NC: 00001
1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 100001-12001

[NI21242] 1800 Wilkes Co., NC: 3 m < 10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 45+; 1 f 21-45
1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 2 m 0-9; 2 m 10-15; 1 m 45+; 1 f 0-9; 1 f 26-44
1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 10-15; 2 m 16-25; 1 m 45+; 1 f 10-15; 1 f 45+

The records indicate that in 1800 he has a child age 11-15, therefore he would have been in the 1790 census. Since he is not I'm assuming he was probably in one of the areas that didn't have a census at that time, i.e. GA, KY, TN

[NI21246] 1860 North Carolina, USA Census #803918 page 80, 7 July, 1860 Wilkes County,Wilkesboro, North Carolina, USA.
1870 Wilkes Co., NC: John H, Selena, Eliza, William
1880 Census of Reddies River Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA Film # 1254987.

Buried Old Home Site at 3 Miles from Sutherland Cemetery.
MARRIAGE: by Minister D. M. Wellborn, Wm. Edmisten Bondsman.

[NI21248] ?as to weather this child is a grandchild or a natural birth from the mother. Records indicate that the father died about 1850. He is not listed in the 1850 census or there after. Nancy the mother is the only one listed.

1870 census North Carolina, USA Wilkes County, Lewis Fork #552664 page 18 keeping house. Shows name as Mary.

[NI21250] She is either buried at at old home site at Sutherland Tennessee or at Mock Cemetery in Damascus, Virginia.

[NI21253] 1870 census Lewis Fork, Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA page 18 # 552664.

[NI21254] Mock Cemetery, Damascus, Washington, Virginia.

[NI21263] Record Book 39 - Page 81 in Welch, McDowell County, West Virginia.

[NI21293] Died in World War II

[NI21303] No Birth Certificate has been found. When Jennie E. McGlamory Hamby was living, she stated that she was born at home and there was no birth certificate recorded.

[NI21304] Birth Record-book 4, page 113, line 8, Welsh, McDowell, West Virginia. Birth certificate recorded as John Homby, Jr. born at Monarch, McDowell, West Virginia to John (no last name) and Jennie (no last name).

[NI21305] Birth Record dosen't list Christine's first name or the last names of the parents.

[NI21307] Birth Record-book 6, page 89, line 25, Welch, West Virginia. Birth record lists father as John Haueby rather than John Franklin Hamby. Birth record recorded as Richard Hubert Haueby.

Death Record-book 6, page 83, line 6, Welch, West Virginia. Death undetermined. Death record recorded as Richard Hamby of Browns Creek,

[NI21308] BIRTH RECORD: Book 7, page 71, line 13 Welch, McDowell, West Virginia. Birth record lists first name as Corrine.

DEATH RECORD: Book 6, page 94, line 11 Welch, McDowell, West Virginia. Death records lists first name as Corine. Cause of death Pylitis.

[NI21312] BIRTH RECORD: Book 12, page 75, line 1. Welch, McDowell, West Virginia. Listed as stillborn.
DEATH RECORD: Book 9, page 84, line 9. Lists death as still born. Welch, McDowell, West Virginia.

[NI21313] Ralph Earnest Hamby & Dawn Marie Jenkins Hamby adopted their grandchildren Devon James Hallowell), Kristopher Matthew Hallowell & Jeremy Kicher Hallowell the children of Herman Fredich Hallowell, Jr. and Virginia Marie Hamby Hallowell.

[NI21314] BIRTH RECORD: Birth Record Book 14, page 216. Welch, McDowell County, West Virginia

[NI21318] Lisa Gail Hamby is not Robert Franklin Hamby's child but she does carry his name . Robert Franklin Hamby was in the US Army and stationed in Germany for 13 months before Lisa Gail Hamby was born.

DIVORCE: of Nancy Lee Prevento 13 Dec. 1967

[NI21324] Has 4 children and their names are unknown.

[NI21410] DIVORCED: from 1st wife Barbara Sue Nickols in 1980

[NI21464] Their marriage ended in divorce in 1987.

[NI21559] Alec married female Wooten and one child. He was killed in a car wreck.

[NI21575] 1850 Newton Co., GA: Joseph, Mary Ann, Haskins, Tabitha, Major, Augustus, Martha, Andrew, No Name
1860 Newton Co., GA: J L, Mary A, Major B, Augustus E, Martha E, Newton A, Mary J

[NI21764] 1830 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 20-30; 1 f 2--30
1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m < 5; 1 m 5-10; 1 m 20-30; 1 m 30-40; 1 f 20-30
1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Charles, Rebecca, Triplett, Mary, Clearbon

In 1820 Charles fits to be a child of Samuel, Henry, Fanny, Reuben, John Jr., Simpson or William. In 1820 he fits with Henry, John C, Samuel, Simpson and William. He is not a child of John C, since his children are identified in his will. He is not a child of Fanny, since she is gone by 1820 and Charles doesn't showup until 1830. He is not a child of William and Celia since their children are identified. He is not a child of Samuel since we have identified the only two chidlren that fit for him born 1800-1810. He is not a child of Henry Lee, since we have identified his children. He does fit to be a child of Simpson. I looked at 1820 for Simpson, he has 3 men 10-15, in 1830 he then has two and Charles is in the census himself.

[NI21766] 1870 Wilkes Co., NC: Triplett, Ally B, Rebecca E, Seley L, Amos A
1880 Lewis Fork, Wilkes, NC: Triplet, Alley B, Rebecca E, Cela L, Amos A, David A C

[NI21771] He was killed by a fugitive he was trying to "bring in". One side says he was a deputy, the other says he was a friend of the fugitive and not a lawman.

[NI21772] She was blind.

[NI21775] William was blind, he never married.

[NI21780] 1920 Greensboro, NC: Samuel, Estella, Rebbeca - MIL, Cornelia SIL, William BIL, Bertie SIL, Pearl SIL

[NI21884] 1880 Austin, Greenville, South Carolina: Wm, M E, S A, H J, S L -children listed as other

[NI21892] The last we know, or find, of Mary D. Hamby is when she was listed in the 1880 census as Absalom Hamby's 17 year-old daughter. In interviews with my family (James Ephraim Hamby's descendants) they say she just went for a walk one day and never was heard of again. No remains were ever found. In visiting with the Susan DuVila Hamby Robert's descendants in the 1990's, they said they heard she went to Oklahoma. If she did, her Arkansas family never heard from her again. Her disappearance is still a mystery. Interviews by Shirley Hamby Pyron.

[NI21893] James died when he was 18 years old.

[NI21929] 1880 Turkey Creek, McPherson, Kansas: Byron, Olive, 1 month old dau, Samuel Hamby BIL

[NI21963] Absalom Hamby was a blacksmith and a farmer in the Rudd, Arkansas community. He had procured some "doctor books" which was regarded in the highest esteem. The children and grandchildren were not allowed to touch the books under penalty of severe consequence. He made instruments in his blacksmith shop which he used for pulling teeth. He also set broken bones for people in the community. He was a veteran of the Civil War having served with the Confederacy and received injury to the eye and ears during his term of duty. The injuries he received left him blind in one eye and very deaf. He used a large metal megaphone for hearing in his later years. During his life he was a Democrat and a member of the Methodist Eposcopal Church South.

1880 Carrol Co., AR: A, Elviry, Mary, Sarah, Ernistine, Susan, James, Isaac, Edward, Arminta, Christana, Altazada, Rebecca, Alkaner, Quincy
1920 Carroll Co., AR: Absalom, Hannah, Eliza Fults - MIL

[NI21965] Her grandchildren say she was "an Indian Woman Named Goad"

[NI21969] 1920 Carroll Co., AR: Isaac, Mary, James, Mack, Claude, Jessie, Pearl

[NI21972] He was a school teacher.

[NI22010] Believed to have settled somewhere out west.

[NI22041] David was a coal miner.

[NI22045] He was a Teamster.

[NI22057] Military service: TN PVT 137 AMB, CO 35 DIV, WWI

[NI22126] Gracie never married.

[NI22131] Engraved on Jeremiah's tombstone is "Thy will be done." He outlived Susan by 35 years.

[NI22135] Rosa and William divorced after a few years of marriage. On Rose's tombstone is written "Her life is a beautiful memory: her absence a violent grief: she sleeps in God's beautiful garden in the sunshine of peace."

[NI22138] Willie was a deacon at the Otter Creek Baptist Church since 1937. He died of cancer. His daughter Beulah said he had a peaceful departure.

[NI22140] Alonzo death was caused by double pneunomia. On his tombstone is engraved, "Son of Jerry & Susie Hamby West. Rest in peace."

[NI22141] John's death was caused by double pneumonia. On his tombstone is engraved, "Gone but not forgotten."

[NI22143] Millard was a Pvt, Co F, Infantry, WWII

[NI22144] William was a diabetic. His leg was amputated shortly before his death. The Hamby Cemetery, where he is buried is on his father's farm at Nevisdale, KY. The farm passed to his brother Joe and from him to Ricketts who live there today.

[NI22147] Bessie died after a stroke which confined her to bed for about a year. Bessie worked for Kentucky Hills Industries as a weaver. She had a large loom which nearly filled one room.

[NI22149] Nellie and her sister Besie married Brothers - Oscar and Willie West. They lived next door to each other just outside of Strunk, Kentucky.

[NI22172] Fronie died as an infant.

[NI22199] Benjamin died from a massive heart attack while in the woods.

[NI22200] Johnny died of a heart attack.

[NI22201] Lillie died from complications from arthritis.

[NI22204] Cora had five children from her first marriage and two from her second. Cora had open heart surgery and died shortly afterwards.

[NI22224] Walter retired from the Army after having a heart attack. He lived 15 more years. It is said that one day he went to the grocery store and just as he stepped inside the store he suffered a heart attack and died.

[NI22225] William was wounded in WWII and paralyzed from the waist down. He died in Memphis, the date and place of burial is unknown.

[NI22302] On his tombstone is written "Into Thy Hands, I Comment My Spirit."

[NI22340] Abe was found dead, he had been shot.

[NI22343] On a double tombstone is written, "May he rest in peace. Beside him is Karen with death date of August 9, 1965. This Karen is believed to be his second daughter. It was said that Floyd was killed in a mining accident at Gobey, TN. He was hit in the back by a railroad car.

[NI22344] Kelcy served as a Corporal in the U. S. Army, WWII. He owned a car lot at the time he had a heart attack that proved fatal. His grave is marked with a war memorial.

[NI22393] Stirman O'Connor Hamby apparently changed his name to "Thomas Ornel" and the family knew him as "Uncle Tom". Tom was quite a fiddle player and loved to dance. He wanted to go to a dance one night and didn't have any shoes to wear. He slipped out his stepmother, Eliza's shoes and wore them
to the dance. She got pretty upset when she found out what had happened and saw how scuffed up he had gotten them!

[NI22396] "Eliza" was the loving grandmother the younger grandchildren remembered, not realizing she was a "stepgrandmother". They remembered her smoking a little red clay pipe which she kept on the mantle over the fireplace and cooking good things for them to eat. They also remembered her 'boosting' them up onto the high feather beds when they were lucky enough to get to spend the night with her.
Absalom and Eliza both were victims of the deadly 1929 flu epidemic that swept through Carroll County. Their grandson, James Edward "Ed" Hamby stayed with them and tended the fires, carried water and cooked for them while they were so ill. Absalom died and they placed his body in a "cold room" as a deep snow was on the ground. Eliza was so ill they did not tell her he had died and she followed him in death a day or two later. When the snow melted enough, neighbors brought a team and wagon and hauled them down out of the "Hamby Holler" for burial. Ab's son, Emmett, was in charge of Ab's burial and he wanted him buried by his second wife, Elvira in the old Piney cemetery. Eliza's body was hauled on to the Liberty cemetery for burial which had previously been arranged by her brother, a Fultz. She lies in an unmarked grave.

[NI22397] Della died young.

[NI22399] Virgie died young.

[NI22400] They had no children. He worked on the levee along the Mississippi River at Helena for many years.

[NI22403] James Edward "Jim" Hamby and Ruby Deweese separated in 1939 and were divorced May 21, 1940. Their daughter, Shirley, never lived with either of them again. He went by the name "Ed" until he went into the Navy. He then changed to "Jim". Jim served in the US Navy during WWII on aircraft carrier
in S. Pacific. for 3 1/2 years during World War II then lived in Alton, Ill retiring from Western Cartridge Company (Olin of Illinois).

[NI22405] Frank had gone to Texas with his brother Lin and they got some bad whiskey. Lin said Frank died as a result of it and he alone knew where Frank was buried. He was only 18 years of age at the time of his death. Some researchers seem to think he had married while in Texas and had an off spring. His family in Arkansas knew nothing of a marriage.

[NI22416] Clay married Mrs. Mildred Edwards who was the former wife of Rembrant "Fred" Edwards, brother of Alec Edwards who had married Nettie Hamby. Mildred and Fred had a daughter, Joan Edwards before their divorce. Clay was known as "Henry" Hamby until the 1940's when he re-named himself as Clay Calvin Hamby and chose to be called 'Clay'.

[NI22425] At the age of 25, Onnie took one extra shirt with him and twenty-five cents in his pocket and headed West. He did not tell his father, Leonidas Bunch, that he was leaving because it was during the crop season and his help was needed at home. On the first day he walked from Rudd, Arkansas to Sonora,
AR. where he spent the night with his Aunt Mintie Fredrick and her family. From there he continued westward while working harvests along the way. He had to avoid being arrested for vagrancy at times as he passed through towns along the way as some were very strict about people passing through. He
eventually arrived in Colorado where he found permanent employment. (This story was told while Onnie Bunch was visiting his great-niece, Shirley Hamby Pyron in Arkansas in 1978, which she tape recorded.) At the time of his death, he was quite wealthy as he owned considerable real estate and an
utility company.

[NI22426] Infant was stillborn.

[NI22442] William contracted infantile paralysis as an adult living in Georgia and moved back to Black Mountain.

[NI22444] He lived in Texas with his first wife. After his divorce he returned to Black Mountain.

[NI22445] Douglas was a Sargeant in Company L, 321 Infantry in WWI.

[NI22511] 1830 Newton Co., GA: 1 m 15-20 Thomas 19; 1 m 20-30 David 20; 1 f 10-15 Milly 10; 1 f 30-40; 1 f 60-70
1840 Tallapoosa Co., AL: no males; 1 f 20-30 Milly 20, 1 f 60-70
1850 Tallapoosa Co., AL: Rachel, Mildrege

[NI22512] 1830 Carroll Co., GA: 1 m < 5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 40-50

[NI22513] 1830 Giles Co., TN: 200101-00001

[NI22515] 1860 Limestone Co., AL: William, cynthia, Sarah E, Joan E, Margaret S, Alfred B, Abrahm J, Lelitha J

[NI22588] 1880 Faulkner, AR: William F, Mary, Alta

[NI22743] He was killed in a fight with Dock Daughtery on the streets of Black Mountain, NC. He was shot five times and died within a day or two. Dock was stabbed with a knife and survived.

[NI22752] He was a Sergeant, US Army, WWII.

[NI22772] Residence: Port Orchard
Date of Birth: May 5, 1920
Age on December 7, 1941: 21
Rank: Seaman first class
Where he was when the bombing started: In a whale boat tied up at Ford Island near the battleship USS Maryland.

"I got out there, and I couldn't believe it. It was all just fire and black smoke everywhere." It was early on a beautiful Sunday morning, perfect time for a little rowing exercise. Fleet Hamby and eight shipmates climbed aboard a Navy whale boate, the kind battleship crews used for recreational rowing competitions. It was tied up next to their battleship, USS Maryland. They were just settling in when the Japanese planes were spotted.
"The first planes wer saw came right over the ship, and they looked like dive bombers," he said. "I saw them as plain as I can see you sitting here. But it didn'c come to me. Probably the youngest boy of our group finally said, 'I don't think those are out planes.'" Hamby and his shipmates saw a black bomb drop, headed for seaplane hangars. Still, they thought it might be a water bomb, the kind often used in training exercises.
"Then we saw the explosion and the fire, and we thought, 'Oh hell!"
At the same time a Japanese torpedo plane flew over the channel, attacking Battleship Row, and then the strafing started. Had the attack come a few minutes later, the whale boat crew would already have pulled into the harbor and likely been shot to pieces. But the sailors hadn't even had time to untie the boat from the quay. They leapt out of the whale boat and raced up the Jacob Ladder, two abreast, to the Maryland, Hamby said. He headed for his battle station in turret number two, one of the 16-inch turrets.
"Habit is a strong thing," he said. "I raced across the port side, instead of the starboard side where I'd have been sheltered behind turrel one and turret two. There were splinters flying and bullets hitting the armor." Hamby ran into turret two, waking some sailors who had been trying to sleep late on the loading platform. "I was falling over some of them, hollering, getting them up," he said. A sailor writing a letter up in the superstructure, next to a 50-caliber machine gun, immediately threw down his pencil, grabbed some ammo and began firing, Hamby recalled.
"He got a plane, but whether or not it was the first one, nobody knows," he said. "It was chaos." He was in his battle station, as he was supposed to be, but the 16-inch guns were of no use in such an attack. "We couldn't do anything. We just heard wild reports." He and another sailor were sent out to remove canvas from the guns. "I got out there, and I couldn't believe it. It was all just fire and black smoke everywhere."
Ultimately the crew managed to fire all its anti-aircraft batteries. The battleship USS Oklahoma, moored next to the Maryland, had been badly hit and turned over, sailors had to cut ropes tying the two ships together to the Maryland wouldn't be turned over, as well. During the attack, "I wasn't as scared as I was later," Hamby said. "That night, wer were in such a state of confusion and at about 10 p.m. we heard some planes coming in. I thought, 'Man this is it.' I was thinking, 'Boy, if I could just get a rifle and get to a beach somewhere and do what I could.' But they turned out to be our planes." The next day, Hamby was assigned to help fight fires on the USS West Virginia, which was sunk in the attack but later raised and repaired. He's still haunted by what happened to sailors on the Oklahoma, trapped inside when the ship turned over. "The Oklahoma was sticking up, oh, 8 or 10 feet, and they couldn't use torches so they used air guns to cut into the bottom of the ship," he said. "They heard this 'tap, tap,' and it seems like it was three or four days later, managed to get some of them out alive." The Maryland itself was hit by two bombs, suffereing moderate damage. Hamby remained aboard the battleship for the duration of the war, and the Pearl Harbor bombing was only a taste of what was to come. The "Fighting Mary" participated in several key battles, including assaults on Tarawa in November 1943 and Saipan in June 1944, the initial landins in the Philippines and the battle for Leyte Gulf in October 1944.
Between 1944 and 1945, the Maryland was twice hit by Kamikaze suicide attacks, something Hamby said was more terrifying than the Pearl Harbor attack itself. "They killed a lot of people," he said. Among them, a friend of his who had helped him remove canvas from the Maryland guns while the bombs fell on Pearl Harbor. The Maryland earned seven battle stars during the war.

[NI23412] 1910 Polk Co., AR: Allen J, Lola, Irene
1920 Polk Co., AR: Allen, Lola, Irene, Leslie, Burl, Grady

[NI24135] 1880 Libery, Independence, Arkansas: J T, M E, W L P, F N P, A R, F E, J F

[NI24138] In the Civil war in the early part of 1864, George was a Sgt. in Col. Crabtree's Company B AR Cavalry and was paroled in Jacksonsport, AR on June 5, 1865. A family tradition says that his young wife died while he was gone to war and a neighboring family looked after his two small boys. That neighbor was named Hamby.

George was called "Rook" by his family and friends.
George was an avid hunter and outdoorsman. He continued to live in the same area of Cleburne Co. all of his life in a community called Caldron which no longer exists.

[NI24143] Jonathan died after killing a hawk that had bit him and developing blood poisoning. His wife also died young leaving their children to be raised by her parents.

[NI24145] Butler was a jeweler and watch maker.

[NI24218] James attended McLane High School, Fresno, California. He graduated from Fresno City College with an AA Degree.

[NI24220] Patricia graduated from McLane High School, Fresno, CA in 1971.
Patricia and Joe divorced in 1978.

[NI24222] David graduated from DeWolf School, Fresno, CA in 1974.

[NI24226] She graduated from Canyon High School, Santa Clarita, CA in 1991.

[NI24233] He graduated from Sierra Union High School, Tolhouse, Ca in 1988.

[NI24234] Timothy graduated from Sierra Union High School in 1990.

[NI24255] 1800 Buncombe Co., NC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 21-45; 1 f < 10; 1 f 16-20
1820 Buncombe Co., NC: 210001-2101

[NI24262] He was a private, US Army, WWII.

[NI24281] He was Private First Class, US Army, WWII.

[NI24300] 1920 Chambers Co., AL: Edward C, Lizzie, Grady, Eva Lee, Doris, Ruth

[NI24313] Donny is an Baptist Minister.

[NI24325] Joseph is a Minister and travels and sings with Nancy Harmon Ministries. He has two sons, also in the ministry.

[NI24446] Herbert (Pat) Patterson Bishop, 59, of 9124 North Fairground St. M.E., Marietta died Tuesday.
A prayer service will be 6 p.m. Thursday at the Mayes Ward Funeral Home. A prayer Cathcelebrated Mass of the Resurrection will be held at 10 a.m., Friday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
Bishop was a native and live long resident of Cobb County. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. He was the operator of the meat market at Dul're for 20 years. He later owned and operated Pat's Market at Cole Street in Marietta until he retired in 1969 because of ill health. He was a former councilman of the city of Marietta in the early 1940s and was formerly married to the late Lucy Valker Bishop who die din 1970.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Medford Bishop of Marietta, one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Ann Grimesy of Alexandria, VA, one son Patrick A Bishop of Marietta, three sisters, Mrs. Stanley A Hemp, and Mrs C E Iler, both of Marietta and Mrs. M H LaBorie of Sarasota, FL, one brother Albert H Bishop of Marietta, stepson, John F Cantrell of Marietta, one granddaughter, Mary Carla Grimsey, three grandsons, John F Canrell III, Steve Cantrell and Nicolas Cantrell.

[NI24457] February 27, 1994
Marietta Journal

Though there are nominations from all over the metro area, three men from Cobb County were honored at the second annuel Clergy of the Year awards dinner given by the National Conference of Christians and Jews February 17 at the Hotel Nikko.
The Rev. Patrick Bishop of Transfiguration Catholic Church on Blackwell road in north Cobb, Rabbi Steven Lebow of Temple Kol Emeth on Old Canton Road, and Rabbi Shalom Lewis of Congregation Etx Chaim on Indian Hills Parkway were chosen for the honors because of their "devotion to interfaith education and dialogue and work with young people."
Rev. Bishop's parents were the late Lucy and Pat Bishop, who owned Pat's Market at Cole and Lawrence Streets in Marietta.

[NI24546] 1880 Miami Co., IN: Ira, Hariet, Franklin, Martha, Dora, Mary

[NI24583] Billy died young of whopping cough.

[NI24584] Cecil was found shot and the crime was never solved.

[NI24622] On Harrison and Golda's double tombstone is written: "Together forever. Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord." A war memorial is installed as a footstone. It reads: Tennessee, PFC, Co C, 656 TD, World War II (Bronze Star Medal)

[NI24638] They lived in Ohio but moved back to Kentucky to be near his ailing father. Just three weeks before his father passed away, Lendill was found dead one morning. He had died of a heart attack.

[NI24705] Rev. Lloyd King once pastored the church where his grandfather Rev. William R Hamby pastored in the late 1800s.

[NI24728] Prince was a diabetic. He first lost a foot and then his leg. He had three serious strokes but could talk and feed himself until the end. He was a minister of the gospel before taking ill.

[NI24729] Preston is a pastor. Both their children play musical instruments and sing.

[NI24736] Earl was killed by a train in McCreary Co., Kentucky.

[NI24739] Arlene was found dead in a pool in Texas.

[NI24830] Edgar was a little over 13 years of age when he was killed by lightening while fishing with his grandfather Jesse and his brother G B.

[NI24852] Ronald was killed while fixing an antenna.

[NI24859] Larry was killed at age 13. He was found in the river near Cincinnati.

[NI25095] Patricia lived only one day.

[NI25292] John was a preacher, was hard of hearing and used a long horn to hear.

1880 Union, Pulaski, Missouri: John, Martha J, George G, Martha, Alfred D, Charles F, Mary E, Wm H, catherine L, John Emmd

[NI25401] Colonel George Reade came to Virginia in 1637. In 1640-41, he was made Secretary of State for the Colony; Burgess for James City County, 1644-56 member of the Council, 1657-59.

[NI25473] His will of 12 March 1728/29, probated 28 July 1729, mentioned 200 acres on Kingsale Swamp, which was given me by my deceased father William Scott. It also mentioned his cousin William Hollowell, in addition to his children and referred the negroes left his children by their uncle James Tooke. It provided for Joan (niece of James Tooke); sons James Tooke Scott, and Thomas; daughters Elizabeth and Sarah; cousin William Hollowell. The witnesses were William Wilson, William Dixon, Thomas Harris, and George Bell.

[NI25474] Will of 6 May 1743 mentioned sister Katherine Watkins; Cousin James Took Scott; cousin Thomas Scott; Cousin Elizabeth Bacon, daughter to John Hollowell; cousin Joseph Hollowell; cousin Sarah Hollowell; Eliza Denson; cousin William Scott, son to brother William Scott. The executor was brother William and his son William; witnesses were Joseph White, Henry Sanders, and William Denson.

[NI25520] Obituary: Funeral services for Lee C. Hamby, 79, of Jacksonville are set for 10 a.m. Saturda y in the Thompson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John Wood and the Rev. Steve Owen officia ting. Burial will be in Union Grove Cemetery near Troup. Mr. Hamby died Thursday morning i n a Jacksonville hospital after a long illness. Born in Cherokee County, he was a lifetime re sident of Jacksonville and a retired employee of Missouri-Pacific Railroad. He was a vetera n of World War I and a member of the Veterans of Foreign War. Mr. Hamby was affiliated with t he Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Claudie Hamby of Jacksonville; two sons , Gene Hamby of Houston and Aubrey Hamby of Fort Worth; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Jo Rawlinson o f Houston; three sisters, Mrs. Millie Keel of Troup, Mrs. Maudie Kee of Concord and Mrs. Minn ie Lue Jennings of New Summerfield; 23 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren, and several ste p-children and step-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Morris Barnes, James Howell, Donnell S mith, James Hamby, Terry Hamby, and George Chandler.

[NI25642] Obituary: Services for Mrs. Velma Florence Bates Moores, 80, Jacksonville, are set for 2 p.m . Saturday in Thompson Funeral Chapel in Jacksonville with Pastor Rick Krietemeyer officiatin g. Burial will be in Bradford Cemetery in Troup. Mrs. Moores died Thursday night in a Jackson ville hospital after an extended illness. She was born April 24, 1903, in Calvert, and live d in Jacksonville most of her life. She was a retired nurse and a member of the Church of Chr ist. Survivors include a son, Aubrey Lee Hamby, Forth Worth; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Jo Rawlins on, Jacksonville; 23 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildr en. Pallbearers will be Jackie Smith, Donnell Smith, Gayland Smith, Dale Smith, Freddie Hamby , Leroy Hamby, Eddie Hamby, and George Chandler.

[NI25643] Obituary: Karl K. Hamby, 51, of Belton, a retired serviceman and relative of several Jacksonv ille residents, died at 7:50 p.m. Monday in the Darnel Army Hospital at Fort Hood following a n extended illness. Mr. Hamby was a former resident of Smith County and had lived in the Trou p area. Services were to be held in the Thompson Funeral Chapel at 4 p.m. Wednesday and buria l with full military honors was to follow in the Bradford Cemetery at Troup. Mr. Hamby was bo rn in Smith County. He was retired from the United States Army, having attained the rank of s ergeant. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean confict, and was a Baptist. Survivor s include his father, Lee C. Hamby of Jacksonville and his mother, Mrs. Velma Moore of Jackso nville; a son, Charles K. Hamby of Bedford; a daughter, Mrs. Shirley Smith; two brothers, Gen e Hamby of Houston, Aubrey Hamby of Fort Worth, a sister, Mrs. Mary Jo Rawlinson, Jacksonvill e, and four grandchildren.

[NI25645] Fort Worth Star-Telegram.com Obituary: Fort Worth, Aubrey L. Hamby, 75, a retired truck drive r, died Friday, April 20, 2001, in Fort Worth. Graveside service: 4 p.m. Monday at Greenwoo d Memorial Park. Aubrey L. Hamby was born Sept. 4, 1925, in Troup. He was a World War II vete ran. For many years, he drove for Falstaff and Pepsi companies. He had been a member of VFW a nd American Legion. Aubrey Hamby was preceded in death by his wives, Ila and Viola Hamby. Sur vivors: Sons, James Hamby of Mineral Wells, Eddy Hamby of Fort Pierce, Florida, Boyce Hamby o f Albuquerque, New Mexico, Gary Hamby of Illinois, daughter, Martha Dow of Odessa; 12 grandch ildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

[NI25646] Obituary: Funeral services for Freddie Leonard Hamby, 36, of Tomball will be conducted at 2 p .m. Sunday in the Chapel of Thompson Elliott Funeral Home with Ernest Gower, Church of Chris t minister, officiating. Place of burial is pending. Mr. Hamby was dead on arrival in Harling en Hospital about 12:30 a.m. Thursday. He was employed by Missouri-Pacific Railroad and was w orking in the Harlingen area at the time of his death. (He died from a blood clot.) Mr. Hamb y was a native of the Troup area. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margie Hamby, of Tomball ; two sons, Freddie Gale and Elton Leonard Hamby; two daughters, Beverly Marie and Teresa Dea n Hamby, all of Tomball; his father, L. C. Hamby of Jacksonville; his mother, Mrs. Velma Moor es of Houston; three brothers, Aubrey Hamby of Fort Worth, Carl Hamby of Belton, and Roy Gen e Hamby of Hughes Springs; one sister, Mrs. Mary Jo Smith of Jacksonville. Pallbearers will b e Wayne Seales, J. E. McElwain, Gene Anderson, Bill Doyle, Burtis Hightower, and George McMic hael.

[NI25863] Hazel was on her way to Karl K. Hamby's funeral when she was killed in an automobile accident . Jacksonville Newspaper: A grinding headon crash between a truck and station wagon Tuesday a fternoon on Highway 79 left a Port Arthur woman, Mrs. Hazel Vickery Sanford, 43, dead and thr ee persons injured, two of whom were listed in serious condition Tuesday. Officers said the c rash occurred at 2:25pm Tuesday in a heavy shower about a mile east of the Neches River bridg e and nine miles west of Jacksonville. Officers said Mrs. Sanford was riding in the right fro nt seat of the station wagon. She was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of Peace A. J . Brazil. Funeral services for Mrs. Hazel Sanford, of 2273 Orchid in Port Arthur, are pendin g at Renfro-Elliott Funeral Home. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lois Corvello and Mrs . Shirley Smith, Port Arthur; three brothers, Dan Vickery, Dallas, Floyd Vickery of Georgia , and Jay Vickery, Dallas and one sister.

[NI25867] Obituary: Funeral services for Robert Walker Smith, 46, who died at 11:20 p.m. Saturday at hi s home at 510 Pineda Street, were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Thompson-Elliott Chapel, wit h the Rev. Mason Gray officiating. Burial was in the Tecula Cemetery. Mr. Smith had been Jack sonville resident for five years. He was a construction worker and a veteran of World War II . He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Joe Smith; four sons, Gayland Smith, Tecula, Donne l Smith, Jackie Smith and Dale Smith, all of Jacksonville; three daughters, Sherry Smith, She lba Smith, and Joanna Smith, all of Jacksonville; mother, Mrs. Mary Smith, Jacksonville; thre e brothers, Clyde Smith of Beaumont, Claudie Smith, Magnolia Springs, Texas, and Samuel Smith , Austin; three sisters, Mrs. Lola Mae Bonner, San Antonio, Mrs. Lela Murray, Jacksonville, a nd Mrs. Joyce Hummel, Hollywood, California and two grandchildren. Pallbearers were Carl Loft in, Luther Cook, Ross Cook, Russell Duggan, Jim Taylor, and Hubert Smith.

[NI25894] Obituary: Elton Leonard Hamby, 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Burl DuBose of Houston and gra ndson of L. C. Hamby and Mrs. Velma Moores, Jacksonville died in an auto accident Saturday ar ound 5 p.m. near Wallisville, Texas. Funeral services will be 9 a.m. Tuesday at the East Have n Baptist Church, Houston. Graveside will be 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Jacksonville City Cemeter y with local arrangments under the direction of Thompson Funeral Home. Survivors are the pare nts, Mr. and Mrs. Burl DuBose, Houston; grandparents, L. C. Hamby, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Vel ma Moores, Jacksonville; a brother, Freddie Hamby, and three sisters, Beverly Hamby, Teresa H amby and Margie DuBose, all of Houston.

Elton was with his stepfather, Burl, they were hauling lawn tractors on the back of a trailer . They had a flat tire and Burl told Elton to stand in the ditch. A car hit the back of the t railer and one of the tractors fell off of the trailer and landed on Elton.

[NI25897] Jacksonville (Texas) Daily Progress-14 March 1975: Alvin Hamby is candidate for marshal. Alvin Hamby, 30, is candidate for the post of city marshall in the New Summerfield city elections set April 3. A native of Jacksonville, Hamby is married to the former Mary Terry of Jacksonville. The couple has one daughter, Tina, 6. Hamby is employed at Cut Rate Plant Farm in New Summerfield. He is a two-year veteran of the U.S. Marines, having served in Vietnam. "New Summerfield needs someone who is capable and with the city's interest at heart," said Hamby.

[NI26257] He died at an early age.

[NI26259] Shirley was the president of the Carroll County (AR) Historical and Genealogical Society for many years.

[NI26484] Jason was in Pasadena, Texas at a party and got into an argument with a 14 year old boy. Th e boy left and then called Jason outside where he shot and killed Jason.

[NI26493] Arielle's biological father is William Morris Vanbeber. He was adopted by his parents and we have no other information on his biological parents

[NI26882] 1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Nancy, Janes, Ann, Benjamin, John, Adeline, Gordan
1860 North Carolina, USA Cenus # 803918/ 7 July 1860 Wilkes County, Wilkesboro page 80.
Have farm land valued at $20.00.
1870 Wilkes Co., NC: Nancy, Gordan, Mary

[NI26892] 1880 Baxter Springs, Cherokee, Kansas: William M, Mary E, Amy, hayssella

[NI26911] 1920 Greenville Co., SC: John, Lola, Laura

[NI26915] 1850 Gwinnett Co.,GA: Samuel, Synthia, Green, Parmelia A, Naty N

[NI26917] 1880 Lick Skillet, Cherokee, Georgia: Thomas, Laura, Gertrude, Mary -MIL

[NI26918] 1860 Gwinnette Co., GA: living with brother Alexander in Thomas T Langley home

[NI26919] 1860 Gwinnette Co., A: living with brother Green in Thomas T Langley home

[NI26924] 1790 Spartanburg Co.,S C: 1 m > 16; 6 f
We know nothing about Abraham. I have put him under Thomas just to balance out the children.

[NI26925] 1790 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m > 16; 1 m < 16; 1 f

[NI26926] 1800 Pendleton Co., SC: 5 m < 10 William 4, Samuel 9; 1 m 46+; 1 f < 10; 1 f 10-15; 1 f 16-20
1810 Pendleton Co., SC: 3 m 0-9 Andrew 8, James 5, 3 m 10-15 William 14, 1 m 45+; 1101100
1820 Pendleton Co., SC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 10-16; 1 m 16-18 Andrew 18; 4 m 18-26; 1 m 45+; 2 f < 10; 1 f 10-16; 2 f 16-26; 1 f 26-45 - he is close to 70, normally he wouldn't still be having small children, think it is one of his sons living with him along with his children.

[NI26927] 1790 Pendleton Co., SC: 3 m > 16; 2 f
1820 Hickman Co., TN: 1 m 45+; 1 f 16-26; 1 f 45+
He disappears from South Carolina by 1800, but shows up in 1820 Hickman Co., TN. His children both show up in Morgan Co., IL and then later Missouri together.

[NI26928] In early 1800s Francis Jr. is selling off land in South Carolina.
1790 Greenville Co., SC: 1 m > 16; 4 f
1800 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m 45+; 1 f 10-16; 3 f 16-25; 1 f 45+
1810 Pendleton Co., SC: 1 m > 10; 1 m 45+; 1 f 16-26; 2 f 26-45
1820 Pendleton Co., SC: 1 m 10-16; 1 m 45+; 1 f 45+

[NI26929] June 1, 1799 bough 100 acres on Yadkin River adjoining Hambys running from Chesley Cochran.
October 5, 1799 bough 30 acres from William Hamby

1790 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m > 16; 2 m < 16; 3 f
1800 Mecklenburg Co., NC: 2 m < 10; 1 m 11-15; 1 m 21-45; 1 f < 10; 2 f 11-15; 1 f 21-45
1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 2 m 16-25; 1 m 45+

In the 1800 census there is only one John in Wilkes Co., NC. The age is wrong to be this John. But int he Mecklenburg County census the female children match with this John from the 1790 census. In 1810 John Sr., shows up again in Wilkes Co., NC with 2 more sons age 16-25, and Reuben and John are in the 1810 census themselves. William born 1791 fits to be the other child. Looking at the time gaps of the children, makes me think some died, or he had two wives. Also looking at the travel pattern for Reuben and John, both are both in North Carolina and both end up in Morgan Co., TN. Also William born 1791 names a son Reuben, possibly after his brother.

[NI26930] November 2, 1795 bought for $50.00 the lower part of a certain tract of 320 acres granted to Holdman by the State of North Carolina, being that part whereon William Hamby now lives, on the north side of the Yadkin River.
May 5, 1799 sold to John Hamby 30 acres for $60.00
November 7, 1799 Sally Yates, age 2, bound to William Hamby until aged 18.
February 1, 1802 witnessed deed, John to Reuben Hamby, 100 acres.
September 9, 1805 bought from David Myers for $140.00 100 acres.
December 9, 1809 bought from state 50 acres.
November 30, 1820 sold to Asa Hamby for $140.00, 100 acres at head of Smithers creek on North bank of Yadkins River, original grant of March 11, 1779.
December 14, 1821 received from John Hamby for $100.00 deed to 60 acres on South bank of Yadkin River from Mitchells land to the main road running with the road to Reuben Hamby's line.
Ocotber 4, 1822 William and Edom F lost court action, 95 acres was auctioned to Asa Hamby.

1790 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m > 16; 5 m < 16; 4 f
1800 Wilkes Co., NC: 3 m <10; 1 m 11-15; 2 m 16-20; 1 m 45+; 3 f < 10; 1 f 11-15; 1 f 45+
1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 0-9; 2 m 16-25; 1 m 45+; 1 f 10-15; 3 f 16-25; 1 f 45+

[NI26931] 1830 Pickens Co., SC: 111001-12001 (Lankingston, Jesse, Edwin, William)
1850 Pickens Co., AL: W M, Mary E, Jane E, Charles, Sarah J Laney
1860 Pickens Co.,AL: William, Mary

[NI26932] 1790 Greenville Co., SC: 1 m > 16; 2 m < 16; 1 f
1800 Greenville Co., SC: 3 m < 10; 1 m 21-45; 2 f < 10; 1 f 26-45
1810 Greenville Co., SC: 2 m 0-9; 1 m 10-15; 3 m 16-25; 1 m 45+
1820 Greenville Co., SC: 1 m < 10 ; 1 m 10-16 ; 2 m 18-26; 2 m 26-45; 1 m45+

Children taken from will of John Sr.:
Heirs of John Hamby of Greenville Co., SC October 1865
Benjamin G, Samuel, Ezekial, Sally Massey, Smith, Heirs of John Hamby, Heirs of Stephen Hamby, Mary Hamby Heirs

Received of B. G. Hamby for Samuel Hamby, $20 December 1869 - signed John W Hamby
Received of B. G. Hamby for Sally Hamby, $20 December 1869 - signed John W Hamby

[NI26936] 1830 McMinn Co., TN: 1 m < 5, 1 m 20-30, 1 m 60-70 Isaac 60

[NI26939] 1800 Spartanburg Co., SC: 1 m < 10; 1 m 16-20; 1 f 16-20; 1 4 45+

[NI26940] 1850 Coffee Co., TN: Dennis

[NI26941] 1850 census shows Joel living with mother Martha. In following the census he fits only to be a son of Samuel.

[NI26942] 1850 Fayette Co., AL: Samuel, Mary F, John Glass, Susan C
1860 Fayette Co., AL: Samuel, Mary

[NI26943] 1830 Morgan Co., IL: 1 m 60-70

[NI26944] 1830 Morgan Co., IL: 1 m 5-10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 60-70

[NI26945] 1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 10-15; 1 m 16-25; 1 m 45+
1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 10-15; 1 m 50-60

Will of May 1854 lists children and wife.

[NI26946] 1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 2 m 0-9; 1 m 16-25
1820 Wilkes Co., NC: 3 m < 10; 1 m 10-15; 1 m 26-44
1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 5-10; 1 m 20-30; 1 m 40-50
1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Henry, Franky, Samuel, Sally, Nancy, Lewis
1860 Wilkes Co., NC: Henry, Sinai, Sally, nancy, Lewis, Leander, Jane, Ann

[NI26948] 1840 Spartanburg Co.,SCL 21001-00001
1850 Greenville Co., SC: Allen, Sarah, henry, James, Stephen, William, Jane, Mary, Benjamin

[NI26949] 1830 Greenville Co., SC: 2 m < 5, John, 1 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40 Charles Smith
1850 Greenville Co., SC: Smith, Emma, Mary, Samuel, Rykin, Milkey, Clemmy, James, Elizabeth, Benjamin

[NI26950] 1830 Pickens Co., SC: 2 m < 5; 1 m 5-10; 1 m 20-30; 1 f < 5; 1 m 20-30
1840 Pickens Co., SC: 1 m < 5; 2 m 5-10; 2 m 10-15; 1 m 30-40; 2 f < 5; 1 f 5-10; 1 f 3-40
1850 Pickens Co., AL: A H, Sarah, G B L, Andrew H, Sarah, John, Pinkney, Eliza, Malinda, Milton, Betsey

[NI26951] 1850 Greenville Co., SC: Stephen, Mahala, Mary, Elizabeth

[NI26952] 1850 Fayette Co., AL: T M, Elizabeth, Adeline, Sarah A, Frances

[NI26953] 1810 Wilkes Co., NC: 1 m 0-9; 1 m 16-25

[NI26954] 1840 Franklin Co., Georgia: 10001-00001
1850 Franklin Co., Georgia [J F, Sarah, John P, Terrell F, James P, Mary E]
1860 Franklin Co., GA: John T, John, Terrell, James, Mary

[NI26956] 1840 Coffee Co., TN: 2 m < 5; 1 m 30-40; 1 f 10-15; 1 f 30-40
Asa lived near Nathan along with William

[NI26957] 1800 Warren Co., Tax List

[NI26958] 1840 Coffee Co., TN: 1 m 20-30; 1 f < 5; 1 f 20-30
1850 Coffee Co., TN: William, Matilda, Nancy 13
1860 Coffee Co., TN: WIlliam, Matilda, John N

[NI26959] When studying the census, in 1840 he fits to be a child of only Nathan.

1850 Coffee Co., TN: James, Lucinda, Mary, Martha, Susannah, Harriett

[NI26961] 1830 McMinn Co., TN: 1 m 15-20; 1 f 15-20

[NI26963] In 1810 he is 3 and fits to be a child of Samuel, Henry, Fanny, Reuben, John C, Simpson and William Jr. In 1820 he is 13 and fits with Henry, Samuel, Simpson, William and John C. Since the will of John C lists his childre we can eliminate him as a possible father. In 1830 he is 23 and fits Henry or Simpson. In 1840 he is 33 and fits only with Simpson.

1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Hugh, Elizabeth, Henry, Franklin, Joseph
1860 Wilkes Co., NC: Hugh, Elizabeth, Franklin, Joel, Thomas, Sally, Jane
1870 Wilkes Co., NC: Hugh, Elizabeth, Sarah, Jane

[NI26964] In 1820 John fits to be a child of Eli, Elizabeth, Henry, Henry, Rachel, Reuben, Simpson, William and William. In 1830 he fits Henry, Reuben and Simpson. He is not a child of Reuben since his children are identified. In 1830 Henry has one son that is age 15-20, John would be 17, but from the 1850 census we know Henry has a son Samuel born 1815, that fits to be 15-20 in the 1830 census. So I have therefore put him under Simpson.

1850 Wilkes Co., NC: John, Sarah, Jack, Coley, james, Milly, Elijah, Edom

[NI26965] In 1820 Thomas fits to be a child of Eli, Elizabeth, Henry, Henry, Rachel, Reuben, Simpson, William and William. In 1830 he fits with Rachel, Reuben, and Simpson. In 1840 he fits Simpson and Henry. He can't be a child of Henry because Samuel is still living with him and he only has one child in 1840 age 2-30 and Thomas would be 23. So he must be a child of Simpson.

1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Thomas, Mary, Sarah, William, Mary

[NI26969] 1850 Fayette Co., AL: William, Laura, Samuel, Bud

[NI26970] 1830 Morgan Co., IL: 1 m 20-30, 1 m 40-50

[NI26978] 1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Letty, Rhody

[NI26980] 1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Riely, Cythia, Malinda, Nancy, Martha
1860 Wilkes Co., NC: Riley, Sintha, Nancy, Franky, Martha, Rebecca
1880 Jobs Cabin, Wilkes, North Carolina: Riley, Cintha, Rebecca Canutt - dau, Jackson Canutt - gson, William Canutt - gson, Susanna Lasenby - cousin, Anor M - gdau, John R - gson

[NI26990] 1850 Greenville Co., SC: John, Hannah, James

[NI26999] 1880 Butler, Greenville, South Carolina" Green S

[NI27000] 1860 Pickens Co., AL: Sarah A, Betsey Ann, Milton

[NI27005] 1860 Pickens Co., AL: Pinkney, Mary, Allen W, Cynthia A, Amanda E
1880 Pickens Co., AL: A P, Mary P, Cintha A, Lonaann E, mary F, Sally - MOTHER

[NI27021] In 1810 Samuel fits to be a child of Samuel, Henry, Fanny, Reuben, John Jr., Simpson and William. I
n 1820 he fits with Henry L, John C, Samuel, Simpson and William.
In 1830 he fits Henry, Reuben and Simpson. He is not a child of Reuben since his children are identified. This leaves Henry Lee or Simpson, but in the 1850 census Henry has a Samuel with him born 1815, so I've put him under Simpson.

1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Samuel, Mahala, John, Isaac, Mark, Winny, Susan, William, Sam

[NI27062] 1880 Elk Creek, Carter, TN: D M, Fanny E

[NI27067] 1850 Wilkes Co., NC: Martha, Joel

[NI27309] 1840 Lincoln Co., KY: 110021-10002101
1850 Crittenden Co., KY: Smith, Sidney, Isaac N, Judy C, Frances M, Martha, Lavina E, Arthur Travis 85
1860 Crittenden Co., KY: Smith, Sarah, Isaac N, Francis E, Eliza
1880 Crittenden Co., KY: S B, Jane, Nora

[NI27317] 1880 Ickens Co., AL: A N, Martha A, Francis P

[NI27321] 1880 Lynch, Texas, Missouri: Andrew, Roda, Sarah, Maud, cora

[NI27325] 1850 Chambers Co., AL: Thomas J, Martha A
1860 Chambers Co., AL: Thomas J, Martha, Sarah F, James F, Joseph A, Susan A

[NI27326] 1850 Chambers Co., AL: Joseph H, Ruth, Lucinda 13

[NI27329] 1880 Camp Hill, Tallapoosa, Alabama: J, L, E, Ella

[NI27331] 1850 Fayette Co., AL: living with James M Smith family, near Samuel and William

[NI27347] 1840 Benton Co., AL: 10001-11001
1850 Lumpkin Co., GA: Ezekial, Ellen, Hannah, John, James, jane, David
1860 Calhoun Co., AL: Ezekial, Ellen, John, James, Samuel

[NI27359] 1840 Union Co., IL. 0000100000000-210010000000
1850 Union Co., IL: W N, Elizabeth, Jane, James F, E M, WIlliam S, Linsey
1860 Anderson KS: WN, Elizabeth, James, Edam, William, Angeline, Isaac, Sarah
1870 Washington Township, Anderson Co., Kansas: W N, C E, Nelson, Angelina, Isaac, A V

Hamby, William N., sen., private, Co. G. 7th KS Cav called "Jennison's Jayhawkers"
Private Hamby William N. Mound City Sept. 1, '61 Oct. 12, '61 Re-enlisted Veteran.
Private Hamby William N. Mound City Jan. 1, '64 Jan. 1, '64 Disc. for disability, March 4, '65, Pilot Knob, Mo
He was a traveling preacher for the Free Methodists.

[NI27363] Hamby, William N., jr., musician, Co. G. 7th KS Cav
Bugler Hamby William N. Jr. Mound City Oct. 17, '61 Oct. 17, '61 Re-enlisted Veteran.
Private Hamby William N. Jr. Oct. 17, '61 Oct. 17, '61 Promoted Bugler October 17, 1861.
Bugler Hamby William N. Jr. Mound City Jan. 1, '64 Jan. 1, '64 Mustered out with regiment September 29, 1865.
Private Hamby William N. Jr. Mound City Jan. 1, '64 Jan. 1, '64 Promoted Bugler

[NI27366] 1850 Gilmer Co., GA: Jesse, Jane, Amanda, George, Thursella

[NI27402] 1850 Morgan Co., MO: john, Cecil, James, Daniel, Sarah, John H, Malissa

[NI27404] 1880 Mill Creek, Morgan, MO: James M, Rachael, Andrew, Cecil - Mother

[NI27409] 1880 Calloway Co., KY: Jeremiah, Sarah, catharine, Moses D, Robert F, James Gson, Elizabeth Pea MIL

[NI27435] 1820 Dorchester MD - 1 foreigner not naturalized
1830 Gwinnette Co., GA: 102011-0020101

In doing a census study I was trying to find the parents of Thomas J b. 1829; Greenberry b. 1815 and Joseph H b. 1817 who are all three in Chambers Co., AL in the 1850 census together. In 1830 Greeen was 15, Joseph 13, and Thomas 1 -> 102 which fits only Solomon.

[NI27499] probable daught of Robert of Legbourne

[NI27533] 1830 Wilkes Co., NC: 11001-10001
1840 Wilkes Co., NC: 121001-211001

[NI27550] In 1850 Tallapoosa Al census Thomas and David living directly next door to Rachel. In 1830 census he is living next to Rachel in Newton Co., GA. In 1840 they are in Tallapoosa Al.

1830 Newton Co., GA: 1m 20-30 Thomas 29, 1 m 20-30 Elizabeth 24
1840 Chambers Co., AL: 1 m < 5, George 3, 2 m 5-10 Thomas 6, William 8, 1 m 30-40 Thomas 39
1850 Tallapoosa Co., AL: Thomas, Elizabeth, William, Thomas, George, Martha W, Mary E, Martha Ann
1860 Tallapoosa Co., AL: Thomas, Elisabeth, Thomas M, Martin M, Mary, George

[NI27558] 1850 Barry Co., MO: James, Nancy, Abey, Sefronia, Deliander, Thomas, William, Helen, Isaac, Ebizer

[NI27581] 1880 Township 14, Blount, Alabama: Barney

[NI27630] US Army retired, Korea and Vietnam Vet, wounded in Korea

[NI27705] Fineaus went into the Army Air Corps during WWII, serving in Germany. His plane was shot down and he was in a P.O.W. Campe when Isuvenia died

[NI27881] 1910 District 3, Obion Co., Tennessee: Herman, hand living with Eller family
1920 District 3, Obion Co., Tennessee: Herman, Willie, J R, Aaron W

[NI27887] 1900 District 97, Obion, Tennessee: William, Herman, Alice, Otis, Odell
1920 Obion Co., Tennessee: William, Nannie, Modeste, Vernie, Hope

[NI27897] 1910 Fabius, Knox, Missouri: Christian, Kate, Dora, Ella, Myrtle
1920 Fabius, Knox, Missouri: Christian C, Katy A, Dora M, Ella L, Mrytle M

[NI27904] 1880 La Belle, Lewis, Missouri: Charles, Angeline
1900 Fabius, Knox, Missouri
1910 Fabius, Knox, Missouri

[NI27908] 1910 Fabius, Knox, Missouri: Lewis, Bessie, Geraldine

[NI27913] 1860 Lewis Co., MO

4-15-1853 160 Acres, Lewis Co., MO
3-10-1856 40 Acres, Lewis Co., MO

[NI27917] 1850 Lewis Co., MO
1860 Lewis Co., MO

[NI27919] 1860 Lewis Co., MO

2-15-1854 40 Acres, Lewis Co., MO
3-10-1856 40 Acres, Lewis Co., MO
7-1-1858 120 Acres, Lewis Co., MO

[NI27932] 1870 District 1, Jackson Co., TN: - living with father and mother
1880 District 1, Jackson Co., Tennessee

[NI27939] 1830 Jackson Co., TN
1840 District 1, Jackson Co., TN
1850 District 1, Jackson Co., TN: William, Elizabeth, Charles, John
1860 District 1, Jackson Co., TN: William, Elizabeth, John
1870 District 1, Jackson Co., TN: William, Elizabeth, J W, Louisa, Wm, Bird, Jesse W, Iriah

Some records indicate possible born in Kentucky

[NI28027] 1840 Lumpkin Co., GA: 2000001000000-0010010000000

[NI28028] 1810 Spartanburg, SC: 31110
1820 Spartanburg, SC: 33001
1830 Spartanburg, SC: 0222101

[NF0276]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF0312]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF0338]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF0463]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF1912]

Almironda Hamby and Josiah Haley: Christian Co., Marriage Records
1797-1850

[NF1913]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF2510]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF2786] Pickens Co., GA Marriages, Book C, page 228

[NF3079]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF3885]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF4167] South carolina Magazine of Ancestral Records Volume 3 #4 (1779-1924)

[NF4354]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF4414]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF4649]

Amos Hamby and Lavina Palmer: Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF4660]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF4665]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF4674]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF4690]

Christian Co., Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Vol., I

[NF4746]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF4770]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF4788]

Christian Co. Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF4813]

[Holt.FTW]



Susan's uncle, Dr. David Seward, performed the ceremony.

[NF4814]

[Holt.FTW]



Met Mary Rieger when she worked at Firestone Store at Hiawatha, Ks. He
wanted to buy some tires for his car but he didn't have necessary War
Rationing Coupon, so she wouldn't sell him any.

[NF4883]

[Holt.FTW]



As newly weds, Ancel and Ella Maude moved into the Holt home place built
by Jim and Julia Holt on the Holt farm.

She was very supportive of her family. She was religious and brought
her family up to be believers. She backed her family to be educated
and pushed them to go on in school. She was a good cook. She was
loyal.

[NF4885]

[Holt.FTW]



The old Holt home at the top of the hill on the south property line was
built in March 1874 by James and Julia Holt. About 1904 they spent the
winter in California, taking a train for $25 one way. In about 1906
they moved to Orange, California to live. Chester Holt lived with them
at Newport Beach, California about 1914 and Chester visited them when
they lived at Santa Anna, California about 1924

Marriage date listed as February 24, 1973 according to the Mormons.

[NF4890]

[Holt.FTW]



met William B. Holt when moving with her family from Tennessee to Morgan
County, MO. Her mother died on the trip and her father died soon after
arriving. There were 14 children in the family.

[NF5241]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5243]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5532] Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF5574]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5647]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF5660]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5664]

Charlota Hamby and William McKnight: Christian Co., Marriage Records
1797-1850

[NF5680]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF5683]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF5689]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5695]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5696]

Christian Co., Marriage Records, 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5700]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5701]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5702]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF5705]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF5715]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF6040]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

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Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF6073]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

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Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

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[NF6080]

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[NF6081]

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[NF6086]

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[NF6091]

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[NF6095]

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[NF6097]

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[NF6203]

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[NF6286]

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[NF6298]

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[NF6300]

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[NF6301]

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[NF6302]

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[NF6448]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF6481]

Aaron Hamby and Rachel Tucker

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF6501]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF6597]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF6649]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF6657]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1851-1900 Vol., I

[NF6995]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF7148]

Christian Co., Marriage Records 1797-1850

[NF8510] Cherokee County Marriage Book K, page 330

[NF8517] Cherokee County Marriage Book L, page 215

[NF8518] Cherokee County Marriage Book K, page 319

[NF8908] Picken County Marriage Book C, page 256

[NF9147] Cherokee County Marriage Book P, page 61

[NF9151] Cherokee County Marriage Book P, page 421

[NF9157] Cherokke Co., Marriage Book L, page 74

[NS021241] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.169

[NS022421] TEXT all info' from Lora Darline Hamby Griggs, a grand-daughter of John Henry
Hamby.

[NS017701] TEXT 1880 Texas Co., Mo.

[NS017731] TEXT "Ozark Heritage, Dent Co., Mo. Cemeteries and Families, 1851-1994, Vol.
3.

[NS022471] TEXT Lora Darlene Hamby GriggsTEXT Illinois Dept of Public Health, Death Index has his death as Dec. 6,
1937.

[NS018881] TEXT Heaadstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Kansas 1878TEXT Death cert. has 1877

[NS020151] TEXT Heaadstone,Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Kansas

[NS021341] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.60

[NS022531] TEXT 1910 Census, Randolph Co., Ill.

[NS018931] TEXT Heaadstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Kansas, Death Cert.Kansas

[NS020191] TEXT Heaadstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Kansas

[NS022561] TEXT 1910 Census, Randolph Co., Ill.

[NS018981] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.95848.59

[NS020231] TEXT birth certificate for Frank Allen O'Neal.

[NS021441] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.60

[NS020271] TEXT birth certificate for Joshua Lee O'Neal

[NS022591] TEXT Register of Marriages, Randolph Co,, Ill. Nov. 20, 1893.

[NS022631] TEXT 1860 Census, Crawford Co. Mo,Pg. 822.

[NS020311] TEXT birth certificate for Jessica Louise O'Neal

[NS022671] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co., Mo.

[NS017931] TEXT 1860 Census, Crawford Co. Mo,Pg. 822.

[NS017971] TEXT Ozark Heritage Dent Co. Missouri Area Cemetery And Families 1851-1994
Vol. 3

[NS021541] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.60

[NS018021] TEXT Ozark Heritage Dent Co. Missouri Area Cemetery And Families 1851-1994
Vol. 3TEXT Texas Co., Mo. Death Register: James C. Hamby, age 72 yrs, 8 mo, 25
days, died 31 Jan 1884, Md, b. North Carolina, USA, in Mo. 40 yrs. (found and sent by
Leslie J. Hamby of Mo)

[NS019231] TEXT death certificate

[NS019261] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co. Mo. pg 74 H.H. # 478/482

[NS019301] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co. Mo. pg 74 H.H. # 478/482

[NS020501] TEXT 1910 Census, Randolph Co., Ill. has place of birth, Ill..

[NS018141] TEXT 1860 Crawford Co., Mo. Pg 807.

[NS019341] TEXT 1850 Census, Crawford Co., Pg 226B

[NS018171] TEXT 1850 Census, Crawford Co., Mo.

[NS020541] TEXT death certificate

[NS019371] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co. Mo. pg 74 H.H. # 478/482

[NS018201] TEXT 1850 census Crawford Co., Mo. #0443605TEXT at age 12

[NS020571] TEXT 1910 Census, Randolph Co., Ill.

[NS019411] TEXT birth certificate

[NS020601] TEXT death certificate on Dollie Bushong, state of Ariz., July 19, 1985

[NS021791] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.60

[NS019441] TEXT birth certificate

[NS018241] TEXT Ozark Heritage Dent Co. Missouri Area Cemetery And Families 1851-1994
Vol. 3

[NS017091] TEXT Dent Co., Marriage Records, 1851-1870TEXT Book A, pg. 166.TEXT IGI Mo.

[NS019471] TEXT birth certificate

[NS020651] TEXT Ramona has her date of b. as the 21st of Jan, on her data.

[NS018291] TEXT Ozark Heritage Dent Co. Missouri Area Cemetery And Families 1851-1994
Vol. 3

[NS019501] TEXT birth certificate

[NS020691] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.169

[NS018341] TEXT Cedar Co., Mo. 1880.

[NS019531] TEXT Inf. from Michelle.

[NS021891] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.60

[NS018371] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co. Mo. pg 74 H.H. # 478/482

[NS019561] TEXT Birth certificate for William Rylie Hamby.

[NS018411] TEXT Cedar Co., Mo. 1880.

[NS019601] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49646.34

[NS020791] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.169

[NS021991] TEXT 1850 census Crawford Co., Mo. #0443605 at 8TEXT 1860 " Jefferson Co., Ill,TEXT 1880 Jefferson Co., Ill,#1254215, age 39

[NS016111] TEXT Calaveras Co., Ca. 1880

[NS017291] TEXT Randolph Co. Register Of Marriages 1895-1910

[NS017331] TEXT Ozark Heritage Dent Co. Missouri Area Cemetery And Families 1851-1994
Vol. 3

[NS022061] TEXT death information from Lora Darlene HambyTEXT Griggs, a great-grand child of Calvin.

[NS020891] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.169

[NS017381] TEXT Pioneers of the six bulls, marriages in Newton Co., Mo. 1863-1880.

[NS022111] TEXT delayed birth certificate.

[NS018581] TEXT Cedar Co., Mo. 1880.

[NS022141] TEXT 1880 census Jefferson Co., Ill, #1254215, ageTEXT 38TEXT LDS Ancestral File(AFN:830K-5N)

[NS018611] TEXT 1850 Census, Crawford Co.Pg. 226

[NS017431] TEXT IGI Mo.

[NS017451] TEXT Illinois Marriage Record Index, Pg. 11, 273.

[NS018641] TEXT 1850 Census, Crawford Co., Mo.

[NS022201] TEXT LDS Ancestral File

[NS019851] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49646.34

[NS017491] TEXT Clay County, Indiana Index to Birth Records L-Z 1881-1920 Book 1 Vol 2

[NS022231] TEXT 1880 census Jefferson Co., Ill, #1254215,

[NS018671] TEXT 1850 Census, Crawford Co.

[NS018701] TEXT Headstone, Date of death June 12 1890 age 42 years 8 months 15 days

[NS017541] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co. Mo. pg 74 H.H. # 478/482

[NS016311] TEXT Chaster Ill.Marriage Record Index 1804-1870 Book B,page 60

[NS018751] TEXT Headstone, date of death June 12, 1890

[NS017581] TEXT Cedar Co., Mo. 1880.

[NS019951] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49646.34

[NS021141] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49645.169

[NS017611] TEXT Ozark Heritage Dent Co. Missouri Area Cemetery And Families 1851-1994
Vol. 3

[NS018791] TEXT Heaadstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Kansas

[NS018831] TEXT Heaadstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Roper, Kansas Death Cert. Kansas

[NS017661] TEXT 1860 Census, Dent Co. Mo. pg 74 H.H. # 478/482

[NS020051] TEXT Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L,
Date of Import: Mar 27, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.49646.34

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