Chapter Thirteen

 

Chapter Thirteen
 
1.            Daniel Hendricks (buried McCorkle Cemetery) and MacMahan (or McMahon) Excursus
 
2.           Benjamin Huie of Cabarrus County, NC, then Newbern, Tennessee, 1798-1879, died at the home of his son Joseph G. Huie (buried in Poplar Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery just east of Newbern).  Benjamin’s father was James Huie of North Carolina.  Virginia Jantz, genealogist, thought the Huie grandfather of Benjamin Huie was probably George Huie of North Carolina but could not prove it.
 
3.           A Catherine Huie, Daughter of a James Huie [we know Benjamin Huie’s father was a James Huie] married MAJOR JAMES E Kerr in  1833 in Salisbury, NC
 
4.            Huie-McEachran: Mrs. Peter Huie = Mrs. John McEachran  
 
5.            `````An Alexander Huie married Elizabeth McEachran, daughter of John McEachran.  An Elizabeth Huie married Hector McEachran.
 
6.            Some Internet records I’ve excerpting showing our family members in Pennsylvania.  I’ve tried really hard not to infringe a copyright, and to give proper attribution to the workers; but I don’t see how old Pennsylvania public documents can claim a copyright.
 
7.  Maury A. Huie's typed pages about JEHIEL MORRISON McCORKLE retyped by Marsha
The following HENDRICKS EXCURSUS is of interest to Joyce Cope Huie and her two children Sophie and Marsha and two grandchildren Jessica and Hunter Cashdollar and one great-grandson PLC Blackwell; and to many other Hendricks Descendants
 
This is a daughter of Daniel Hendricks and Isabel Pen(d)ry Hendricks  of NC then Dyer County, Tennessee, who were also parents of Daniel Roland Hendricks; and parents of Uriah C. Hendricks, Uriah being Joyce Huie’s ancestor:
HENDRICKS, TEMPERANCE married WILLIAM O. CHAFFIN ON FEBRUARY 13, 1829   iN ROWAN COUNTY BY CASWELL HARBIN. MARCH 3, 1829.
In other words, Temperance Hendricks Chaffin was a sister to Uriah C. Hendricks.  This is a bit confusing, because Uriah C. Hendricks’ 2nd wife was TEMPERANCE (MacMAHON) (widow Bean) Hendricks; Tempe Bean and Uriah C. Hendricks married in Dyer County, Tennessee, but Joyce Huie thought they married up in Indiana (?) .  His 1st and 2nd wives were sisters.  His 1st wife was Mary “Polly” MacMahan or MacMahon, and Uriah C. Hendricks then of Rowan County, NC, married Mary MacMahan in 1833 in Clermont County, Ohio. Evidently her folks had moved up to Ohio Territory by then.
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N.C. Marriage Records include this:
RODDY, MRS. MARY AND MAJOR A. H. SNEED married in WASHINGTON, GEORGIA.  NO DATE GIVEN. FEBRUARY 3, 1829.  – Recall:  Violet or Viola B. Roddy married James “Jimpse” Scott and one of their children was “Sade” Sarah Elizabeth Scott (Mrs. Julius M. Huie), Sade living from 1839 to 1893.  Sade is buried in the McCorkle Cemetery, Dyer County.
TAYLOR, MARY AND ALEXANDER GRAHAM married on JANUARY 29, 1829 –One of William McCorkle’s wives, his 3rd   , was née Jane or Jennie Graham.
 
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1.      Benjamin Huie, born 1798 NC  - died Newbern, Tennessee, 1879.  –Who was Catherine Huie Kerr?  A sister to Benjamin?  A niece?
?2.     HUIE, CATHARINE, DAU. OF JAMES HUIE, married MAJOR JAMES E. KERR on SEPTEMBER 19, 1833 IN SALISBURY, NC.  Married by Rev.JOHN MORGAN.    ST. LUKES PARISH. SEPTEMBER 23, 1833.

KERR, MAJOR JAMES E. AND CATHARINE HUIE, DAU. OF JAMES HUIE, ON  SEPTEMBER 19, 1833 IN SALISBURY, NC BY REV. JOHN MORGAN  OF ST. LUKES PARISH. SEPTEMBER 23, 1833.

Huie-McEachran: Mrs. Peter Huie = Mrs. John McEachran.  I don’t know what this means, who these people were in relation to my Benjamin Huie of NC.
I think the following should be spelled McEachran.  If so, the documents reveal that Alexander Huie married Elizabeth McEachran, daughter of John McEachran.
May the 27th 1794--Received of the administrators of my father John McCachran the gift and full sum of 25 pounds, 10 shillings, 1 pence in part of my share of my said father's estate.  I say received by me.  Elizabeth McCachren (mark)  --  [Is this Mrs. Alexander Huie?] 
State of North Carolina
We John McClillan and Robert Harris are hereto formally bound unto Hezekiah Alexander, Esquire, Chairman of the County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions held for the county of Mecklinburg in the sum of one hundred pounds currency to be paid by us to the said justices or their
sussessors in office in trust for the benefit of Hector McEachern---minor of John McEachern--deceased to be void on condition that John McLellan—who is appointed guardian of said minors--Hector McEachern--shall well and faithfully discharge his duty as guardian aforesaid in several cases which by law in such case is require to do.  Sealed and discharged in presence of 
Isaac Alexander
John McClellan (seal)
Robert Harris (seal)
March the 17th 1795 recd of the administrators of John McCaharan decd the just and full sum of twelve pounds in part of my wife Elizabeth McCaharan's share of her father John McCaharan estate--by me--Alexander Huie (mark)
Test.  Chas. Alexander
October 27th 1794--Received of the administrators of my father John McCachran the sum of thirty eight pounds eight shillings in part of my
share of my fathers estate i say received by me.
Hector McEachren
Receipt for Mrs. Peter Huie’s share of her estate of her deceased husband John McEachran’s estate.  Mrs. Peter Huie was Mary ____(Mrs. John McEachran) (then Mrs. Peter Huie). One of John McEachran’s daughters was Katherine McEachran.
[1791:  by this time, Peter Huie of Meclenburg County, NC, had married Mary ____ (Mrs.John McEachran).]   
“ Received August the 6th 1791 by me Peter Huie of Mecklenburg County and state of North Carolina (now husband to Mary the widow of John McCachran) of William Harris, John McClelan and Robert Harris administrators of John McEachran, deceased, of the county and state aforesaid the sum of thirty eight pounds eight shilings and two pence current money of North Carolina in part of the said Mary McCachran (now my wife) share of the said John McCachrans estate agreeable to law of which sum of thirty eight pounds eight shillings and six pence I the said Peter huie do acquit and full discharge the said William Harrish, John McClelan and Robert harris,  their heirs executors and administrators and every of them forever by theses presents.  In witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this
sixth day of August 1791.  
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of Alex Kimmings
Peter Huie (seal)
               Children of John McEachran included:
Mrs. Alexander Huie;
Mrs. Peter Huie;
Mrs. John Cochran
Katherine McEachran was a daughter of John McEachran:
        “April 25th 1796--Received of the administrators of John McCachran deceased the swiift and full sum of forty pounds for Katherine McCachran due to her in part from her fathers estate with full interest of thirty five pounds to this present day.  John Cochran, Guardian”
July 23, 1796--Recd of the interest of the above 5 pounds for 3 years
--John Cochran
January 16, 1799--Then received of the administrators of John McCachran
deceased the sum of three pounds, six shillings, and eight pence in part ofmy wifes share of her father, John McCachran's estate--I say received by me.    Alexander Huie (mark)
Wm. Ferguson
July 26th 1800--Then received of the administrators of John McCachran the
sum of one pound, nine shillings and two pence the remainder of Katherine McCachran's share of her father John McCachran's estate with the interest to this day per me.  John Cochran 
 August 20, 1802--I Joseph Shinn being appointed guardain by the county  court of Cabarus for the three minor legates of John McCachran deceased
vizAnn McCachran, Shusana Scott McCachran, and Mary McCachran hath this day received of the administrators of said McCachran forty one pounds five shillings for each of said legatees with the full of the lawful interest for each share clear of all demands for said legatees (principle interest 174 pounds, 0 shillings, 3 pence) I say recd by me  Joseph Shinn guardian
Test.  Robert Ferguson
J+uly 27th, 1802  Then received of John Cochran forty one pounds, seven
shillings and two pence together with the whole of the interest due thereon being the share of my wife due her out of her father John McCachrans estate.  per me.  John Farr
Rob. Harris, Test.
November 14, 1801--Then received of the administrators of John McCachran deceased forty one pounds, five shillings in full being my share of myfather John McCachran's estate due me together with the whole of the interest.  Due thereon to this date--I say received by me.  Nancy McCheren [McEachran]
April 14/1801--Then received of the administrators of John McCacharn
deceased the sum of 5 pouns, 4 pence and 2 shillings         and in trust
the remainder of my full share of the estate of John McCacharans deceased.
The last of my share of the estate unto me by law I say received by me for
my wife Mary the relic[t] of John McCachran, Deceased.  Peter Huie
James Huie
State of North Carolina, Mecklenburg County--We the undernamed subscribing  justices for the peace for said county being appointed a committee by the court of said county for to settle with the administrators of John McCachran deceased hath this met according to appointment and examined the vouchers brought forward before us and have approved as followeth viz. Administrators--To amount of sales as per clerks certificate produced to
us--422 pound, 4 shillings, 4 pence; Supera credit by vouchers
no. 1  123 pounds, 15 shillings
no. 2  41 pounds, 5 shillings
no. 3 3 pounds, 6 shillings
no. 4--2 pounds
no. 5--1 pound, 9 shillings, 2 pence
no. 6  5 pounds, 4 shillings, 4 pence
By a partial settlement oat October sessions 1794 per clerks certificate
164 pounds, 12 shillings, 6 pence
By ditto at October sessions 1790 as per by the comiticertificate  90
pounds, 3 shillings, 10 pence
Total  432 pounds, 13 shillings
Allowance for the            10 pounds
October 21 1882 We examined the enclosed vouchers and find that the
administrators have paid 10 pounds 9 shilling, 2 pence over the
Chas. Alexander
We the undernamed have examined the vouchers produced by the Adm of the estate of John McCachran and are of opinion that they are ocrrect and out [ought] to be admitted
Adam Week
Chs. Harris
Oct-Sept 1802
And further we find by the receipts that the administrators have overpaid the amt of the estate 10 pounds, 9 shillings, 2 pence  Chas. Harris.
State of North Carolina Mecklinburgh County
Know all men by these presents, that we Hector McCachren and Peter Huea [Peter Huie] are held and firmly bound unto his excellency esquire, governor, captain-general, and commander in cheif of the state aforesaid, in the just and full sum of five hundred pounds, current money of this state, to be paid to his said excellency the governor, his successors or assigns; to the which payment well and truly to be made and done, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators.  Sealed with our seals, and dated this 26 day of July.  Anno domini 1791.
Elizabeth Huie married Hector McEachron:
The condition of the above obligation is such, that whereas the above bound Hector McCachron hath made application for a licence for a marriage to be celebrated between him and Elisabeth Huea [Huie] of the county aforesaid:  now in case is shall not appear hereafter that there is any lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise 
to remain in full force and virtue.
Signed, sealed and delivered, in presence of Hector McCachron, Peter Huie
Alexander
State of North Carolina Mecklinburgh County

James Huie, father of Benjamin (the Benjamin born circa 1798 & died 1879):

Someone placed on the Internet that the wife of James Huie in NC was probably Elizabeth Seals. I don’t know why, for, yes, she was bound to him at her age 11 as an apprentice to learn the weaver trade; but the next year he went to court and gave up her indenture and got her bound to someone else.

 

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Tennessee Death Index, 1908-1912
Huie. E.M.             Gibson         1911    26998
Huie. Julius M.        Gibson         1911    26698
               --  Julius M. Huie’s wife Sarah Elizabeth Scott (Huie)
               died in 1893.
1915 Death Index for Tennessee:
HUGHEY  Geo.                   Giles          2/14    18      46
HUGHEY  Jossie                 Shelby         1/27    51      74
HUGHEY  Sarah                  Lincoln        2/5     32      320
HUGHIE  Earline                Humphreys      10/14   28      115
HUIE    Sophie (Mrs.)   Shelby  [St. Joseph’s Hospital]  April 30th.                                    4/30    46      319
Tennessee confederate Pension Applications:
NAME:  Vaughn,  Elizka Randolph.
WIDOW:  Vaughn,  Huie J.
PENSION #:  W4195
COUNTY:  Gibson
Manuscripts in the Tennessee State Library & Archives:

DOUGLAS-FOSSICK PAPERS
... Cannon 12. Cason 13. Cox Box 3 Genealogical Data 1. Douglas / Douglass 2. Fulcher
3.
Fulcher 4. Fulcher 5. Huey / Huie / Hoey 6. Lee / Lea 7. Lee / Lea ...
tennessee.gov/tsla/history/manuscripts/findingaids/94-235.pdf - 2005-06-17

History & Genealogy - Manuscripts - Guide to Manuscripts Materials ...
... Genealogical data on the McKinney and related families including the Cannon, Douglas,
Fulcher, Hoey, Huie, Kinneair, Lee, McPherson, Meyers, Simms, Smith ...

tennessee.gov/tsla/history/manuscripts/mguide01.htm - 2005-05-27

Purviance, Woods, Thomas, McCorkle & Huie Families

Purviance, Woods, Thomas, McCorkle & Huie Families ... Mary Jane Wasson Purviance died in 1810 in Wilson Co., Middle Tennessee, Tenn. ...
www.rootsweb.com/~tndyer/family/purviance.html -

John Edwin McCorkle's Diary

[The diarist John Edwin McCorkle was a son of pioneers to West Tennessee, ...
www.rootsweb.com/~tndyer/family/mccork-diary.html - 24k - Cached - Similar pages
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1840 TN Census

1840 Census Tennessee, Henderson County. ... William Huie Richard Huie John Huie... Archibald McCorkle, Age 81 - 4th District ...
www.geocities.com/Heartland/ Meadows/1844/census1840.html - 5k - Cached - Similar pages

1850 Henderson County, Tennessee Census Index - "M" Surnames

 ... 3 129B McCorkle Mary E. 10 F Tenn. 5

145B McCorkle Robert 71 M SC 5

 146B McCorkle Sarah ...
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Purviance, Woods, Thomas, McCorkle & Huie Families

Purviance, Woods, Thomas, McCorkle & Huie Families ... Mary Jane Wasson Purviance died in 1810 in Wilson Co., Middle Tennessee, Tenn. ...
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John Edwin McCorkle's Diary

[The following two addenda are from Marsha Huie, MarshaHuie@aol.com, in 2004.] 1. The diarist John Edwin McCorkle was a son of pioneers to West Tennessee, ...
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1840 TN Census

1840 Census Tennessee, Henderson County. ... William Huie

Richard Huie

John Huie

Archibald McCorkle, Age 81 - 4th District ...
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1850 Henderson County, Tennessee Census Index - "M" Surnames

6 149 Mathews Tennessee 4 F Tenn. 6 149 Mathews Thomas 2 M Tenn. ... 3 129B McCorkle Mary E. 10 F Tenn. 5 145B

McCorkle Robert 71 M SC 5 146B

McCorkle Sarah
www.tngenweb.org/henderson/ 1850_HendersonCoTN_Census_M.htm - 38k - Cached -

The Huies

... included: Howard Anderson Huie,1870-1935, my grandfather,who married Sophie King McCorkle, my grand mother, and lived around Newbern, Tennessee always.Howard A ...
www.futureweb.com.au/johnhuie/huiestex.htm - 32k

SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS THROUGH 1859

SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS THROUGH 1859. ... HUIE,
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Henry County, TN Archives - Voters Lists

Huie, Jushua.... McCorkle, Lewis.   McCorkle, Samuel.  McCorkle, Samuel P. www.angelfire.com/tn2/woinman/Archives/voterslists.html - 124k - Cached - Similar pages

1850 Census Index: Henderson County, Tennessee

1850 Census Index: Henderson County, Tennessee 161A HUIE 175A-236A www.skpub.com/genie/census/ tn/indexes/henderson1850.html - 29k - Cached - Similar pages

The names in the following index are listed in "Arkansas
Confederate Pension Index" by Desmond Walls Allen, published
by Arkansas Research, PO Box 303, Conway, AR 72033
501/470-1120 voice and fax
Price: $37.00 softbound, plus shipping.
See http://www.ArkansasResearch.com for more information.
Huie, B. D.
Huie, George M.
Huie, W. H.
McCorkle, D. S.
McCorkle, Robert B.
McCorkle, W. H.

Following are the patentees listed in the book "Arkansas Swamp ... Thomas Huie … www.arkansasresearch.com/swp1879.txt -

 

 

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Well, we have seen that many of our ancesters came to NC then Tennessee from Paxtang, Pennsylvania, near Harrisburg. Hence the following:

 

 

Paxtang, Pennsylvania.  Early assessment lists taken straight from the Internet and not my work.  You may click on the following internet sites by holding down the Control Button and left-clicking with your computer’s mouse.:

North End of Paxtang, 1750

Narrows of Paxtang, 1751

West Side of Paxtang, 1751

South End of Paxtang, 1751

Return of Paxtang 1756

Paxtang Continental Tax - 1779

Middeltown 1779

Upper Paxtang 1779

Upper District Wiconisco 1779

Located Tracts, Wiconisco 1779

West End of Derry 1756

East Side of Derry 1758

West Side of Derry 1758

Derry Township 1769

Derry Township 1770

Frederick Town 1770

East End of Hanover Return - 1750

East End of Hanover 1756

West End of Hanover 1756

Hanover Assessment 1769

Hanover Assesment 1782

North End of Paxtang-1750.  --  I’ve pulled names that might be of significance to McCorkle-Montgomery and other descendants:

[A Forster man m. a Montgomery woman, the daughter of Rev. John Montgomery of PA, 1733-1794, a brother to our Nancy Agnes Montgomery McCorkle (Mrs. Alexander McCorkle): ] Widow Forster, 100 acres; James McNight [Julius M. Huie’s 1st wife was née Sarah McKnight, buried in the Cool Springs Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Gibson County, north of Yorkville], Moses Dickey, 100 a.—This might be kin to John Dickey, the father of Sarah Dickey Scott (1777-1838) ?; Robert Montgomery, 100 a.;  James Reed, 100 a.; Thomas Forster, Esq., 100 a; Arthur Forster, 100 a.; James Graham, 100 a.; Matthew Cowden, 100 a.; John Thompson, 100 a.; James Wilson, 50 a.; Andrew Cochran, 100 a.; John Montgomery, 50 a.; Andrew Stewart, 100 a.; George Gillespy, 50 a.; William Hines, 100 a [could this mean Huie?]; John Scott, 100 a.; John Cochran, 100 a.; Francis Loock; [Locke?]

James Eackin, 20 a.;  John Snoddy, 30 a.; Collectors for ye north end of Paxtang: … Robert Reed…, John Steel….

West Side of Paxtang-1751. Hugh Montgomery, Widow Forster, James McKnight, James Reed, John Cochran, Thomas Forster, Esq., James Eaken, George Gillespie, Patrick Gillespie, John Scott, Robert Montgomery, John Caldwell, Andrew Stuart, William Calhoun, Andrew Cochran, Robert Potts.

South End of Paxtang-1751. (Top of page)      Thomas King, William Steel, Robert Taylor, Hugh Stuart, Peter Fleming [a Thomas or Purviance woman m. a Peter Fleming], Thomas King, Moses Dickey, Timothy McNight, John Montgomery, Andrew Husten, Samuel Woods, James McKnight, James Willson.

Free men -   William Dickey

Return of Paxtang - 1756. (Top of page)

William McCord, 100 a.; Patrick Montgomery, 100 a.; Robert Morrison, Aaron Hine [Huie?]  …William Steel, 100 a; James Williamson, 60 a.; Thomas Dugal, 200 a.; William Willson, 200 a.;  John Montgomery, 100 a.; Michael Graham, 150 a.; Timothy Shaw, 100 a.; Timothy McKnight, 100 a.; Hugh Stuart, 200 a.; Thomas King, Sr; Edward King, 50 a.; Thomas King, Jr., 100 a.; Moses Dickey (mill-wright), 200 a.; James Huston, 100 a.; Andrew Huston, 100 a.; Thos. Forster, Esq., 200 a.; Robt. Potts, 100 a.; George Gillespy, 100 a.; William Calhoon, 10 a.; John Cochran, 30 a.; Patrick Gillespy, 100 a.; Archibald McCollogh (ye land Jas. Wilson's), 50 a.; John Montgomery (youngest), 60 a.; James MacKnight, 50 a.; Andrew Caldwell, 100 a.; Matthew Cowden, 200 a.; Robert Taylor, 400 a.; James Calhoun, 100 a.; William Woods, 40 a.; William McKnight, 100 a.; Andrew Stuart, 100 a.; John Montgomery (Patrick's son), Joseph Wilson, 50 a.; Alex. Mahon (ye land Thos. Forster's). Land Holders-All these the time was so short, I had not time to go to their houses, but they're all land holders.   …James Potts, Robt. Montgomery, John Scott, Widow Calhoun, 100 a.; Widow McKnight, 50 a. Fled from ye Indians-  …

Freemen-Joseph McCord, inmate to Patrick Montgomery; Samuel Steel, at William Steel's; Jeremiah Brandon, at George Ellis'; John Patrick, at Andrew Stewart's; William Cowden, at Matt. Cowden's; John Simpson, at Thos. Simpson's; Moses Dickey, Sr., John Montgomery, at his father's; Robt. Montgomery, at John his father's; Robert Fruit, at Andrew Huston's

Refused to give their Return (Covenanters) -  several people including “one nager.”--  Hugh Stuart, Collector. 

Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 1/31/2001 pgs. 12 & 13

 Paxtang, Connecticut -1758.

James Calhoun, John Caldwell, Martin Cowden, Widow Cochran, John Cochran, Andrew Caldwell, William Calhoun, Moses Dickey, Thomas Forster, Esq., Patrick Gillespy, George Gillespy, Andrew Huston, Widow Hannah [Is this the Widow Hanna who married JAMES McCorkle, a brother to Robert and William and others? James McCorkle married 2 women named Elizabeth Hall, then married as his second wife the widow Hanna], Widow, Edward King, Thomas King, Sr., Thomas King, William Kerr, Widow McKnight, John Montgomery, John Montgomery, Sr., John Montgomery, Patrick Montgomery, Robert Montgomery, James Reed, William Steel, Robert Stuart, Nicholas Stugh, Hugh Stuart, Andrew Stuart, James Sloan, John Steel, John Scott, James Williamson, Freemen  -  William Cowden, John Cowden, William Montgomery, Samuel Steel….   Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001 pgs 13 & 14

Paxtang Continental Tax-1779.

William Calhoon, Cornals Cox, James Cowden, William Dickey & Porter; John Graham, Andrew Huston, Thomas King, John Maxwell, Robert Montgomery, Hugh Montgomery, David Montgomery, James Mahan, Rev. Joseph Montgomery [This is without question a brother to “Nancy” Agnes Montgomery McCorkle, Mrs. Alexander McCorkle.] , William Montgomery, Robert Neel, Francis Nieckel (col.), John Steel, Andrew Stewart and Charles, Hugh Stewart  …..

Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter :2/3/2001: pgs 14 & 15

Middletown-1779. (Top of page)

Patrick Scott, Frederick Hubley.  … Young Men -… William Cowden, John Fleming, John Cochran, Richard Hughs, Thomas Strahan, William Stewart, John McKnighton, George Woods….

Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001: Pg. 15

Upper Paxtang-1779. (Top of page)

Hugh Calhoon, ______ Campbell,  Anthony Hoone, James Sloane, John Taylor, Samuel Taylor, George Taylor, Jacob Tindorff, John Thomas,

 Freemen  -      Henry Taylor….Non- Resident Land-owners -- Widow Scot   Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001: pgs. 15 & 16

 

Upper District, Wiconisco-1779. (Top of page)  … … … …

Located Tracts, Wiconisco-1779. (Top of page)   … … … …

Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001: pg. 16

West End of Derry-1756. (Top of page):

William Spencer, James Ireland, Robert Taylor, David Campbell, William Thompson, Robert Ramsey, Adam Waggoner, James Carothers, Peter Barsh, John Fleming, Thomas Hall [was he at one time a father-in-law of James McCorkle, brother to Robert and William, sons of Alexander & Agnes McCorkle?], … John Weir, Hugh Carothers, Andrew Weir….    Freemen--  ….     Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001: pgs. 18 & 19

East Side of Derry-1758. (Top of page)

John Campbell (McCord's land), James Campbell, John Espy, George Espy, William Espy, , David Foster, Robert Foster, Widow Foster, James Foster, George Henry, Patrick Hay, Robert Hay, Hugh Hay, Widow Hall, John Hall, John Montgomery, John McCullough; Moses Potts, William Robinson, Widow Sloan, John Tanner, David Taylor,   …. Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001: pg. 19

West Side of Derry-1758. (Top of page)

Hugh Carothers, Moses Campbell, John Crocket, John Fleming, Adam Hamaker, Thomas Hall,  James Ireland, Robert Ramsey, Andrew Robinson, William Spencer, Peter Spengler, Robert Taylor.   Freemen-  John McCollough, James SnoddyTranscribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/3/2001: pg. 19

Derry Township-1769. (Top of page)

Anna Ireland, Abraham Derr, Abraham Copa, Archy Montgomery, Adam Thomas, John Hamaker, Isabel Hall, John Fleming, Moses Campbell, Robert Ramsey, David Ramsey, Oliver Ramsey….Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter: 2/6/01: Pgs. 19 & 20

Derry Township 1770 (Top of page)

Abraham Copa, …Abraham Derr, …Archy Montgomery, Adam Hamaker, John Hamaker, Henry Hamaker, Isabell Hall, Anna Ireland, Thomas Ramsey, Robert Ramsey, Adam Thomas, Henry Thomas,     Transcribed by: Judy Warner Bookwalter, 2/11/01  Pg. 20

Frederick Town 1770 (Top of page)

East End of Hanover Return - 1750 (Top of page)

John Ramsey, 100 a.; Edward McMurray, 100 a.; William Woods, 100 a.; William Thomson, 50 a.; William Robinson, 100 a.; Peter Stuart’s land, 100 a.;  John Sloan, 100 a.; John Sloan, 100 a.; Samuel Sloan, 100 a.; Jonathan Hide (freeman), a.; Jos. Greenlee, 50 a.; John Thomson, 40 a.; Andrew McMehon, 40 a.; Patrick Gillespie, 100 a.; Alexander Thomson, 100 a.; Alexander Sloan, 100 a.; Lazarus Stuart, 100 a.; Roudey Hauk, 100 a.; John Stuart, 100 a.; Jonathan Hume (freeman), Transcribed by: Judy Warner Bookwalter, 2/11/01

Pgs. 20 & 21

East End of Hanover 1756 (Top of page)

Joseph Hoof, Samuel Sloan, John Sloan, John Stuart, Rudy Houk, James Stuart, Lazarus Stuart, William Graham, William Thomson, William Woods, John Thomson, Freemen—John Hume, Thomas Hume…Transcribed by: Judy Warner Bookwalter, 2/11/01

Pg. 21

West End of Hanover 1756 (Top of page)

Mathew Snoddy, James Finney [FINLEY?], Thomas Finney, John Woods, Samuel Stewart, Hugh Rogers, Joseph McKnight, William Thompson, James Finney, John Thompson; Thomas Robinson (miller), James Robinson, John Stuart, Samuel Stuart, Matthew Taylor; Robert Montgomery—Francis McClure, Collector.

Transcribed by: Judy Warner Bookwalter, 2/10/01

Pg. 21

Hanover Assessment 1769 (Top of page)

Archibald Sloan, 150 a.; Samuel Sloan, 150a.; John Stuart, 200 a.; James Stuart, 200 a.; Lazarus Stuart, 200 a.; Effey Robinson, 260 a.; Thomas Robinson, 100 a.; Robert Hume, 190 a.; Bartholmew Heans, 100 a; William Brandon, 100 a.; John McCollough, 150 a.; John Campbell, 200 a.; Matthew Snodey, 120a.; Samuel Stuart, 150 a.; John Stuart, 100 a.; William Thompson (weaver), 100 a.; Thomas Finey, 50 a.; James Finey, 100 a.; James Finey, Sr., 180 a.; Thomas Finey, 50 a;  Robert Montgomery, 80 a.; John Montgomery, 250 a.;.     Freemen—  Samuel Robinson, William Graham, 111 a.; William Graham, 130 a.; John Graham, 100 a.; John Thompson, 200 a.; John Thomson, 130 a.; William Thomson, 80 a.; John Thomson, 100 a.; John Taylor, 150 a.; Andrew Woods, 190 a.   … … …  

Transcribed by: Judy Warner Bookwalter, 2/10/01

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See this work:      Historical Review of Dauphin County
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William Branden, David Caldwell, William Cathcart, Josias Espy, Emanuel Tuye, Thomas Finey, Richard Finley, Samuel Finey, John Graham, James Graham, Capt. William Graham, Henry David Hoy, Widow Leidy, William Montgomery, Esq., William Montgomery, Capt. William McCullough, William Robinson, James Robinson, Samuel Robinson, William Snody, , Archibald Sloan, Widow Stewart, William Stewart, Q. M., , William Sloan, Henry Shue, Alexander Sloan,  John Shue, John Thompson, John Thompson, Sr., … … … …

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 Christmas 2006 email from Thomas Huie of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri  -- descendant of James Fay Huie, who moved from West Tennessee (leaving his brother Benjamin Huie there) up to Southern Illinois, to Sesser, Illinois.

Dear Marsha,
 
"... I am sending you what I have on John Huie--not much, but at least we know what became of him. I did have a contact in Australia, who I believe claimed kinship to the James Huie of 1756 in Scotland or Ireland.  She was born in one of the two countries, but I have lost her address. 
Best wishes.  
Tom "
 

 Descendants of James Huie

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  JAMES2 HUIE  (JOHN1 HUGHEY) was born circa 1765 in [Mecklenberg Co, NC ?]  [Scotland ? ] and died circa 1840.

       

Children of JAMES HUIE are:

2.                i.    JOSEPH3 HUIE, b. Abt. 1793, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. August 27, 1850, in Gibson, Co., Tenn. Poplar Grove Cemetery, Newbern.

3.               ii.    BENJAMIN HUIE, b. Abt. 1798, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. August 27, 1879, Buried in Poplar Grove Cemetery east of Newbern Tennessee (There used to be a Poplar Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church there).

4.              iii.    SAMUEL HUIE, b. December 05, 1799, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; d. April 01, 1857, Iredell Co., North Carolina.  Buried in Mount Vernon Baptist Church Cemetery.

                 iv.    SARAH HUIE (Mrs. Wilson Hall),  b. December 25, 1802, Cabarrus Co., NC; d. November 23, 1886, Dyer Co., Tennessee;  Center Church Cemetery; m. WILSON HALL circa 1825.

                  v.    JOHN HUIE, b. March 10, 1805, Cabarrus Co., NC; d. September 15, 1848, in Kentucky; m. LUCY SWAN, circa 1830 in Iredell Co., NC (?); b. November 04, 1810, Iredell Co., NC; d. January 30, 1896, Kentucky.   Notes for JOHN HUIE According to Virginia Jantz's book, John married Lucy in Iredell Co., NC, prior to 1830, because they were on the 1830 census, with no children.  -- They moved from there to Kentucky in 1832; the story goes that Lucy drove the ox drawn wagon and John followed behind with the rest of the cattle. This information was obtained from T. E. Swann, Route # 1, Box 147, Statesville, NC, 28677.  Burial in Old Concord Cemetery, Calloway County, Kentucky.

 [The county seat of Calloway County is Murray, Kentucky, and the county is in the extreme southwestern end of Kentucky.]

In a grave next to Lucy and John is a James C. Huie, son of WH and MA who died April 18 1857, age 7 yrs 5 months and 11 days. If my figuring is correct that would make him being born Dec 7, 1849. This will require more research. 

In the Goshen Cemetery not far from the Old Concord, is a Frank Huie b. 1839 and d. 1925, also his wife Sarah L. Huie, b. 1846 and d. 1927. I am sure that these folks are related but will require some proof.

 

JOHN HUIE & wife Lucy SWAN Huie are buried in:

Old Concord Cemetery, Calloway Co., Ky

 

Marriage Notes for JOHN HUIE and LUCY SWAN:

They were probably married in Iredell Co., NC. because the story goes, that they went to Kentucky, Lucy driving the ox team pulling the wagon and John following, driving the rest of the cattle.

 

5.              vi.    JAMES F (FAY) HUIE, b. October 30, 1811, Iredell County, North Carolina; d. February 20, 1873, Sesser Illinois; buried in Horse Prairie Cemetery.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  JOSEPH3 HUIE (JAMES2, JOHN1 HUGHEY) was born abt. 1793 in Cabarrus, County, North Carolina, and died August 27, 1850 in Gibson, Co., Tenn. Poplar Grove Cemetery, Newbern.  He married ELIZABETH HALL abt. 1818 in Iredell Co North Carolina, daughter of WILLIAM HALL and ELIZABETH WILSON.  She was born September 15, 1788 in Rowan Co., N.C., and died in Gibson Co. Tenn.

 

Notes for JOSEPH HUIE:

There was a male aged 60-70, in the 1840 Iredell co., census living with Joseph, that we believe to be his father James. Elizabeth's father had already died in Iredell co., on 31 Aug 1829.

       

Children of JOSEPH HUIE and ELIZABETH HALL are:

                   i.    JOHN W.4 HUIE, b. Abt. 1819, Iredell Co., North Carolina.

                  ii.    MARY "POLLY" HUIE, b. Abt. 1821.

                 iii.    ELEANOR E. HUIE, b. Abt. 1823, Iredell Co., North Carolina; m. WILLIAM F. PIERCE; b. July 25, 1821, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. April 11, 1858, Gibson Co. Tenn buried in Center Church Cem. Dyer Co., Tenn..

 

 

3.  BENJAMIN3 HUIE (JAMES2, JOHN1 HUGHEY) was born Abt. 1798 in Cabarrus, County, North Carolina, and died August 27, 1879 in Buried in Poplar Grove Cemetery Newbern Tenn..  He married (1) LAVINA COWAN March 05, 1825 in Rowan Co., North Carolina, daughter of SAMUEL COWAN and RACHEL LEWIS.  She was born ca. 1805 in Rowan Co., N.C., and died January 07, 1844 in North Carolina.  He married (2nd) MARGARET BETTS September 10, 1845 in Gibson County Tenn.. 

 

Notes for BENJAMIN HUIE:

His obituary, recorded in the Newbern Enquirer dated 13 September 1879 stated "Benjamin Huie, one of our oldest men and a man who came as near attending to his own business as any man I ever saw, died on the 27th ult. at the residence of his son J.G. Huie." H.R.A. McCorkle's diary states that he died about 11 P.M. at the residence of his son Joseph G. Huie.

 

Benjamin Huie was married twice. On Mar. 5 1825, a marriage bond was obtained in Rowan Co., NC, for the marriage of Benjamin Huie to Levina (Lavina) Cowan. Wilson Hall was the bondsman and Jno. Giles was the witness. Lavina was born abt 1805 in Rowen Co.. She died  7 Jan 1844, her death being recorded in the Aaron Varner Cowen Bible. It is not known where Lavina Huie was burried.

 

After the death of Lavina, Benjamin started to Tenn. with his 5 children. On 10 Sept 1845, Benjamin was married in Gibson Co., Tenn., to Margaret Betts. Henry Sain was the bondsman, and they were married by D.B. Dickson, J.P..

       

Children of BENJAMIN HUIE and LAVINA COWAN are:

                   i.    JULIUS M4 HUIE, b. January 31, 1828, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. January 12, 1911, Gibson Co. Tenn ; buried in McCorkle Cem., Dyer Co. Tenn; m. (1st) SARAH M. MCKNIGHT, April 29, 1855, Gibson County Tenn.; b. July 18, 1839; d. May 26, 1856, Gibson Co. Tenn Burried in Cool Springs Cemetery; m. (2) SARAH Elizabeth SCOTT, February 05, 1857, Gibson County Tenn.; she was b. May 23, 1839; d. October 19, 1893, Dyer Co. Tenn. buried in McCorkle Cemetery.

 

Notes for SARAH M. MCKNIGHTShe is buried next to Enos and Rosanna McKnight ( probably her parents)

 

                  ii.    LYDIA ANGELINE HUIE, b. September 12, 1830, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. June 27, 1900, Johnson Co., Texas; m. WILLIAM B. PIERCE, July 11, 1849, Gibson County Tenn.; b. abt. 1822, Iredell Co., North Carolina; Mr. Pierce died May 26, 1871, Gibson Co. Tenn., on the Dyer-Gibson County line, and he is buried in the Center Church Cemetery.

 

Notes for LYDIA ANGELINE HUIE: Lydia died while living with her oldest son, in Johnson county Texas. She is buried with the family of George , in the Cleburne Cemetery in Cleburne, Texas. [Sarah Elizabeth Scott Huie's twin brother, James Allen Scott, moved to Cleburne, Texas, as well.]

 

                 iii.    CORNELIUS HUIE, b. Abt. 1835, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. abt. 1852, Yorkville Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

                 iv.    LAMYRA HUIE, (Van Eaton), b. January 28, 1838, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. August 22, 1913, Dyer Co. Tenn. buried in McCorkle Cemetery; m. BENJAMIN LAFAYETTE VAN EATON, March 14, 1860; b. August 30, 1834; d. March 19, 1903, Dyer Co. Tenn. Buried in McCorkle Cemetery.

                  v.    M. EMELINE HUIE [Is this "Aunt Nan Tucker?"], b. abt. 1842, Iredell Co., North Carolina; m. E.K. TUCKER, August 13, 1866, Gibson County Tennessee.  She was sent on westwardly to Arkansas, and she and Mr. E K Tucker are buried in the city cemetery of Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Marriage Notes for M. HUIE and E.K. TUCKER:

It is believed that they moved to Fort Smith, Arkansas. At this time nothing further is known about them.

[--Well, Marsha Huie has seen their graves in the city cemetery of Fort Smith.] 

       

Children of BENJAMIN HUIE and 2nd wife MARGARET BETTS are:

                 vi.    JOSEPH G4 HUIE, b. July 1846, Gibson Co. Tenn; m. "Fannie" FRANCES C. FRANKLIN, July 29, 1868, Gibson County Tenn.; b. February 1851.  -- Last known to have moved from Vernon, Wilbarger County, Texas, up to Hobart, Oklahoma, where Joe is listed as city clerk.

                vii.    AMANDA HUIE, b. abt. 1850.  Notes for AMANDA HUIE:

She was born abt 1850, she appeared on the 1850 Gibson Co. census but did not appear on the 1860 census. She must have died as a child (according to Mrs Jantz's  book).

 

 

4.  SAMUEL3 HUIE (JAMES2, JOHN1 HUGHEY) was born December 05, 1799 in Cabarrus, County, North Carolina, and died April 01, 1857 in Iredell Co., North Carolina. Buried in Mount Vernon Baptist Church Cem.  He married (1) LAMYRA COWAN February 13, 1826 in Rowan Co., North Carolina, daughter of SAMUEL COWAN and RACHEL LEWIS.  [That means she was a sister to the Lavinia Cowan who married Samuel's brother Benjamin Huie.]  She was born Abt. 1809, and died ca. 1832.  He married (2) MARY ROBEY abt. 1834, daughter of JOHN ROBEY and MARTHA DYSON.  She was born circa 1808.

       

Children of SAMUEL HUIE and LAMYRA COWAN are:

                   i.    RACHEL CLEMENTINE4 HUIE (Mrs. Miles Campbell), b. circa 1827, Iredell Co., North Carolina; m. MILES CAMPBELL.  [These would be double 1st cousins to, e.g., Julius M. Huie of Gibson-Dyer County Line, West Tennessee., and to all of Benjamin Huie's children by Lavinia Cowan, a sister to Lamyra Cowan Huie (Mrs. Samuel Huie).]

                  ii.    MARY AMANDA HUIE (Mrs. James HOLLAND), b. July 16, 1830, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. June 15, 1906; m. JAMES N. HOLLAND.

She would be double 1st cousin to, e.g., Julius M. Huie of Gibson-Dyer County Line, West Tennessee., and to all of Benjamin Huie's children by Lavinia Cowan, a sister to Lamyra Cowan Huie (Mrs. Samuel Huie).]

Marriage Notes for MARY HUIE and JAMES HOLLAND:

They had three daughters, as well as one son, according to an article written by William Columbus Wooten. 

                 iii.    EZRA COWAN HUIE, b. November 05, 1832, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. November 01, 1907, Wilkes Co., NC; m. EMILY HOLLAND, Abt. 1854; b. February 01, 1830; d. May 05, 1913. [Ezra Cowan Huie was a double 1st cousin to Julius Huie and Julius's siblings born of Benjamin Huie & 1st wife Lavinia Cowan (Huie).]

 

       

Children of SAMUEL HUIE and MARY ROBEY are:

                 iv.    MYRA L.4 HUIE, b. September 04, 1836, Iredell Co., NC; d. November 30, 1890; m. RUFUS JURNEY.

                  v.    MARTHA E. HUIE, b. Abt. 1839; m. DAVID WASSON. [Purviance Genealogy:  Mary Jane Wasson married Revolutionary War soldier John Purviance of Rowan Co., NC, then of Middle Tennessee.]

                 vi.    SARAH M. HUIE, b. June 08, 1843, Iredell Co., NC; d. March 09, 1915; m. (1st) JAMES L WALKER, circa 1860; he was killed in the Civil War; then Sarah M. Huie married (2nd) F.F. WOOTEN, May 26, 1866.

                vii.    JOHN ROBY HUIE, b. June 30, 1846, Iredell Co., North Carolina; d. February 23, 1926, Iredell Co., NC; m. PAULINA CAMPBELL, March 01, 1867.

               viii.    WILLIAM COLUMBUS HUIE, b. August 05, 1848, Iredell Co., NC; d. December 15, 1863.

                  ix.    FRANCIS MARION HUIE, b. April 15, 1852, Iredell Co., NC; d. May 20, 1890.

 

 

5.  JAMES F (FAY)3 HUIE (JAMES2, JOHN1 HUGHEY) was born October 30, 1811 in Iredell County, North Carolina, and died February 20, 1873 in Sesser,  Illinois, in southern Illinois.  Buried in Horse Prairie Cemetery.  He married MARTHA (PRICE) PIERCE abt. 1832 in North Carolina, daughter of JAMES PIERCE and MARY MASTERS.  She was born March 06, 1813, and died August 08, 1882.

       

Children of JAMES HUIE and MARTHA PIERCE are:

                   i.    MARTHA TERRISSA4 HUIE, b. August 04, 1833, North Carolina; d. June 22, 1883; m. D.F. LUCAS, DR., December 12, 1849, Gibson County Tenn..

                  ii.    MARY ELVIRY HUIE, b. December 20, 1835, North Carolina; m. JAMES H. PEARCE, October 22, 1851, Gibson County Tenn..

                 iii.    JAMES MEREDITH HUIE, b. June 06, 1839, North Carolina; d. March 08, 1863, Sesser Illinois, Horse Prairie, Cemetery; m. MARTHA E. KIRKPATRICK, March 14, 1861; b. March 05, 1841, Franklin Co. Ill; d. October 24, 1872, Franklin Co. Ill Horse Prairie Cemetery.

 

Notes for JAMES MEREDITH HUIE:

James Meredeth was killed while felling a tree on his farm, in Jefferson Co.,  Ill., at the age of 24. Burial: March 10, 1863, Horse Prairie, Cemetery, Sesser, Illinoisl.

 

                 iv.    JOHN K. HUIE, b. June 06, 1839, North Carolina.

                  v.    PRUDENCE ANN HUIE, b. December 12, 1841, North Carolina; d. March 25, 1910, Sesser Illinois, Horse Prairie, Cemetery; m. (1) GEORGE WILLIAM COOK, April 06, 1859, Jefferson Co., Ill; m. (2) WILLIAM TINSLEY KIRKPATRICK, March 16, 1867, Franklin Co., Illinois; b. December 28, 1838, Illinois; d. August 21, 1891, Illinois, Horse Prairie Cemetery.

 

Notes for PRUDENCE ANN HUIE[Kirkpatricks.FTW]  

Family tree maker's tree Lists her name as Cook, however they don't seem sure of it. Ilah Winn has it as Huie. I have not researched it but I believe the name to be Huie.

 

More About PRUDENCE ANN HUIE:

Burial: March 27, 1910, Horse Prairie, Cemetery, Sessor Ill

Fact 1: Her last name may not be "Cook"

 

Notes for WILLIAM TINSLEY KIRKPATRICK:

[Kirkpatricks.FTW]

 

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #1975, Date of Import: Apr 11, 2000]

 

William Tinsley Kirkpatrick (W.T.) migrated to Franklin Co., Illinois ,and married Prudence Ann Cook there.  Their marriage is listed in Book A, page 142.

 

All the children were born in Franklin Co., Illinois.   This family was listed in the 1870 and 1880 census records.

 

IL Franklin Co. 1870 Tinsley KIRKPATRICK p. 162

IL Franklin Co. 1880 William T. KIRKPATRICK p. 442

 

They lived in Township 5 South, Range 2 East, just east of his uncles, who all most lived in Range 1 East.  In a map of Franklin County made about 1875, the only Kirkpatrick home shown is of a W.T. KIRKPATRICK in Section 11 of Range 2 East.

 

[Most of the above information was provided by Bill Brunson, CompuServe 75130,1450,  Houston, Texas, 1995]

 

Emma Gail Kirkpatrick-Tompkins had his wife as ? Wilkey.  This could have been a second wife; I am not sure. (but Bill Brunson questioned her last name of Cook).

 

Census record from Bill Brunson on 6/13/95:

 

1870 Franklin Co. p 162

Tinsley KIRKPATRICK 32 M Farmer 500, 300 AR

Prudence 28 F Keeping house TN

Martha 9 F IL

George Ann 5 F IL

Sarah J. 2 F IL

Margaret 5/12 F IL

 

1880 Franklin Co. p 442 (Questionable family)

William T. KIRKPATRICK         M 42 9/12               Farmer     AR KY KY

Prudence A.                   F 38 8/12 Wife        Keeping house TN NC NC

Margaret T.                   F 10 6/12 Daughter IL AR TN

Rockery B.                    F 8 5/12 Daughter   IL AR TN

Lindy J.                                         F 6 5/12 Daughter   IL AR TN

Vandora A.                    F 4 7/12 Daughter   IL AR TN

Malissa A.                     F 2 Daughter           IL AR TN

 

Children, Martha and George Ann (see family sheet) were probably children from a previous marriage.  This information was pointed out by Ms. Betty Snow (letter from 12/16/95).

 

More About WILLIAM TINSLEY KIRKPATRICK:

Fact 1: Lived in Franklin Co., Illinois

Fact 2: 1870, Listed in the Franklin Co., Illinois Census

Fact 3: 1880, Listed in the Franklin Co., Illinois Census

Fact 4: Another family member had his birth date as November 11, 1837 ?

 

                 vi.    SARAH ELIZABETH HUIE, b. June 18, 1844, Tennessee; d. January 04, 1919, Franklin Co. Ill Horse Prairie Cemetery; m. GEORGE WASHINGTON KIRKPATRICK, WFT Est. 1850-1888; b. July 28, 1842, Illinois; d. February 04, 1908, Sesser, Ill. Buried in Horse Prairie Cemetery. 

Burial: January 07, 1919, Horse Prairie, Cemetery, Sesser Ill

 

                vii.    MARY HUIE, b. May 06, 1847; d. February 16, 1863, Sesser Illinois Buried in Horse Prairie Cemetery.

 

Notes for MARY HUIE:

Clara's information has Mary and Nancy as twins. She also has them dying on the same day.

 

               viii.    NANCY JANE HUIE, b. May 06, 1847; d. February 16, 1863, Sesser Illinois. Buried in Horse Prairie Cemetery.

 

Notes for NANCY JANE HUIE:

Clara's information has Mary and Nancy as being twins and also dying on the same day.

 

                  ix.    MARGARET C. TENNESSEE HUIE, b. December 12, 1850; d. August 13, 1882, Sesser Illinois . Buried in Horse Prairie Cemetery; m. GEORGE W. MOORE, February 24, 1867.

                   x.    ELENOR AMERICA HUIE, b. October 23, 1853.

                  xi.    WILLIAM FRANKLIN HUIE, b. March 20, 1856, Franklin County , Benton Illinois; d. April 23, 1928, St Francois County  Farmington, Missouri; m. EDNA ANN DAVIS, October 09, 1884, Benton Illinois; b. August 17, 1864, Franklin County , Benton Illinois; d. September 08, 1950, St Francois  County Farmington Missouri.

 

More About WILLIAM FRANKLIN HUIE:

Burial: April 24, 1928, Park View Cemetery

 

[End of information written by Thomas Huie of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri]

 

 Virginia Jantz, a descendant of Lydia Huie (Mrs. Pierce), Virginia of Waco, Texas, told me once that she believed the ancestor of Benjamin Huie's father James Huie was a George Huie, but she could not prove it after much study and effort.

Also, descendants of an Eli Huie contacted Virginia Jantz, and later me, to say their family story is that they, too, descend from our James Huie. This Eli Huie went to Paris, Henry County, Tennessee.

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Page 27 ½ of Maury Adolphus Huie's Typing of the Collection of his Mother, Ora Alice McCorkle Huie, and Ora's sister, Katie Pearl McCorkle (Fox). ( I called Maury Huie, my father Ewing Huie's double first cousin, "Uncle Mutt."  As I could, I've updated Uncle Mutt's transcription.)

 

[Descendanats of Generation I, Alexander McCorkle & Nancy Agnes Montgomery McCorkle; Generation Two, Robert McCorkle & 2nd wife “Peggy” Margaret Morrison McCorkle; Generation Three, “JEM” Jehiel Morrison McCorkle & “Betsy” Elizabeth Smith McCorkle:

 

[Generation Four] Alexander McCorkle also known as “DankMcCorkle m. Margaret Pitt 

Generation 5.  Jehiel McCorkle m. Bettie Hall;   

Generation 5.  Lee McCorkle m. Emma Johnson;

Generation 5.  Robert Eusebius McCorkle, Christian Minister, married Nannie Smith;                                                                                                           Generation 5.  Alex McCorkle married 1st ____Baker, 2nd ______ Maggie Sturdivant;                                                                                                   Generation 5.  Margaret McCorkle m. 1st ____ Barnett; 2nd _____ Bailey

 (Margaret McCorkle Bailey is the mother of Governor Carl Bailey of Missouri.);   

Generation 5.   Howard McCorkle, burned to death; 

Generation 5  William S. McCorkle  m. Lizzie Sturdivant

Generation 5.  Beulah McCorkle  m. ____ Tucker   

Generation 5.  Irving Adair McCorkle , a salesman, married Ida Smith. 

 

Back to Generation 5:  Jehiel McCorkle m. Bettie Hall; their children:

  Generation 6, Eddie Louise McCorkle   m. Robert Miller, who died 1947; and Generation 6, Hall McCorkle  

 

Back to Generation 5.  Lee McCorkle m. Emma Johnson; the children of Lee & Emma Johnson McCorkle are 6. Ilas McCorkle and 6. _________.[Page 28]                   

__________________________________________________________________________________ Generation 5,   Robert Eusebius McCorkle m. Mrs. Nannie Smith

Generation 6.    Anita McCorkle

Generation 7.   Robbie ______  married 1st Lieutenant Frank Chambers July 3, 1943;   has son, Generation 8, Tom Chambers, 4 years old.  

   Generation 7.  Tom enlisted in Navy at 17 years, September 1942.

 

Generation 5.    Alex  McCorkle    m. Maggie Sturdivant

Generation 6.     Frank  McCorkle

Generation 6.         __________ McCorkle [?]

Generation 5.  Margaret McCorkle Bailey

6.     Carl   Bailey, governor of Arkansas [Missouri?]

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5.  William S. McCorkle & Lizzie: 

6    Clara McCorkle   m.  John D. Pochler, died Dec. 26, 1943;

6 Esther McCorkle   m. Henry J. Wischest;

6 Nell McCorkle m. Will Mitchell    --  Prince Georges County, Maryland;

Wilmer Scott McCorkle 

6  Edyth McCorkle   m. W.F. Meyers & adopted two sisters (Meyers)

Edwin McCorkle  , a cotton man;  Alan adopted Zoe [generation 6? 7?]

 

     Beulah McCorkle m. ______ Tucker;

Nell McCorkle has one child, 7.  Scott McCorkle Mitchell.  

 

5 -   Irving A. McCorkle m. Ida Mai Smith  [I believe they lived in Newbern, Dyer County, Tennessee. I think she as an elderly lady at least lived across from what used to be the Newbern High School and is today an elementary school.]

         6 -   Ruby McCorkle  m.  ______ Cowan
         6 .    Erin McCorkle    m.    Lynn Arnett      [a brother of inter alia Esther May Arnett, aka Mrs. Aaron Poore of Newbern, Esther being the mother of twins Jean Poore Palmer & Jane Poore Yarbrough; Pat Poore, male; Joe Wynn Poore Zee; and ___ Arnett Poore, male.]

6.  Kenneth McCorkle, a minister of the Christian Church.  [When the Christian Church separated from the Disciples of Christ circa 1960s, Kenneth McCorkle went with the former. That last schism pretty much did in the Christian Church, but the Church of Christ still flourishes.]  [This Kenneth McCorkle's mother, Ida McCorkle, was I'm told sorry that her son allowed the 2nd wife to name her son, also, Kenneth McCorkle [Jr.].  It's not a typographical error; this Kenneth McCorkle sired two sons each named Kenneth McCorkle. ]

     7.  Kenneth Earl McCorkle, by 1st wife; 7.  This Kenneth Earl McCorkle m. Rose Marie Moore

      7.  Olwin McCorkle, by 2nd wife

          7Kenneth McCorkle, Jr., by 2nd wife

5.  Lizzie                Lizzie’s 4th child

     6.  Nell                                           &                            Will P. Mitchell :
                7.  Scott McCorkle Mitchell              8.  Scott McCorkle Mitchell, Jr.

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End of typed page 271/2 of material of Maury Adolphus Huie, begun from his mother Ora McCorkle Huie's collection, and as edited and updated by Marsha Cope Huie ___________________________________________________________________________

More Descendants of Jehiel Morrison McCorkle (JEM McCorkle):

Mary "Manie Mack" McCorkle married Harry Pipkin of Yorkville, Gibson County, Tennessee; finally of Knoxville, Knox County in East Tennessee.  Their tombstone in the Yorkville Cemetery lists their children.

 

 

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