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John Billingsley II

M, b. 1647, d. 1693
FatherFrancis Billingsley II b. 1620, d. 1684
MotherAnn (?) b. a 1620, d. 1668
     John Billingsley II was born in 1647 at Holland. He married Sarah Ann Billingsley, daughter of William Billingsley I and Sarah Bowman, in January 1669. John Billingsley II died in 1693 at Lost at sea.

Family

Sarah Ann Billingsley b. 1652, d. c 1712/13
Children

Sarah Ann Billingsley

F, b. 1652, d. circa 1712/13
FatherWilliam Billingsley I b. 1628, d. Dec 1657
MotherSarah Bowman b. 1635, d. 1690
     Sarah Ann Billingsley was born in 1652 at Richmond Co., VA. She married John Billingsley II, son of Francis Billingsley II and Ann (?), in January 1669. Sarah Ann Billingsley married William Brown circa 1699.1 As of circa 1699,her married name was Sarah Ann Brown (Billingsley). Sarah Ann Billingsley died circa 1712/13 at Richmond Co., VA.

Family 1

John Billingsley II b. 1647, d. 1693
Children

Family 2

William Brown b. c 1652

Citations

  1. [S297] Unknown compiler, "Internet research", Ancestral File, http://www.geocities.com:0080/Yosemite/5273/billings.htm

Francis Billingsley II

M, b. 1620, d. 1684
FatherJohn Billingsley I b. 1587, d. 1659
MotherAgatha (?) b. 1593, d. 1666
     Francis Billingsley II was born in 1620 at Salop, England. He married Ann (?) circa 1647 at Holland? Francis Billingsley II was (an unknown value) in 1668 at rape of Ann, Calvert Co., MD.1 He died in 1684 at Calvert Co., MD.2

Family

Ann (?) b. a 1620, d. 1668
Children

Citations

  1. [S296] Maryland Archives - online unknown file number, MD Archives, Volume 57, preface 30:
    Two men charged with rape, although this word is not actually used any-where in this record, came before the court. In both instances the accused were acquitted. William Key of Selby's Cliff, Calvert County, was charged with assault by force and arms and of ravishing against her will Ann, the wife of Frances Billingsley of the same place. The assault was said to have taken place in her husband's chamber, and the indictment declared that it was an offence contrary to the statute passed in the 13th year of the reign of Edward I. It is of interest to know that the statute of Westminster II, 13 Edward I (1285), made rape a felony with the benefit of clergy, while the statute passed in 1575 in the reign of Elizabeth, which one would suppose had supplanted the earlier act, took away the benefit of clergy. Key, who could probably read, was pre-sented under the earlier and milder statute. The trial was conducted in a pecu-liar way, in that Key, indicted for rape, and a certain Thomas Corker, indicted for murder, had their cases, according to the record, heard consecutively by the same jury, which then retired and brought in at the same time verdicts in both cases. Key leaded not guilty and asked a jury trial. The jury of “life and death” of which Joseph Horsley was foreman, after hearing the evidence of the al-leged victim and of another woman and two men, brought in a verdict of not guilty, and the jury “being askt if he did not fly for it answered not to our knowledge”—a question asked to show whether the accused had attempted escape, because, whether found guilty or not, attempted flight by an accused person carried with it forfeiture of goods and chattels. The accused does not seem to have been called to testify in his own behalf. Key was then cleared by a proclamation. As the record does not disclose the evidence we are left to suspect that perhaps the jury may have felt, that whatever had occurred was perhaps not entirely “against the will” of Mrs. Billingsley (pp. 353, 354,
    356, 357).
  2. [S296] Maryland Archives - online unknown file number, Volume 57, page 353, Proceedings of the Provincial Court
    1666-1670 :
    Provincial Court Proceedings, 1668. 353

    Let it be enquired for the Right Honble the Ld Propr if Willm Key Liber FF
    of Selbys Cliff in Caluert County the twenty Sixth day of Nouembr Wm Key Indictmt
    One Thowsand Six hundred Sixty Eight att Selbys Cliff aforesaid
    in the County aforesaid in the Chamber of Francis Billingley by
    force and Armes upon Ann Billingsley the wife of Francis Billingsley
    of Selbys Cliffs aforesaid in the County aforesaid then and there in
    the peace of God and his said lopp being, an Assault did make and
    then and there the said Ann Billingsley against the will of the said
    Ann Rauished and Carnally knew Contrary to the peace of his said
    löpp and agt the forme of a Certaine Statute in the Parliamt of Ed-
    ward the first King of England held att Westminster in the County
    af middlesex in the thirteenth yeare of his Raigne in that Case Pro-
    uided and sett forth Will Caluert
    The Euidences are
    John Kinsey
    John Christopher
    Ann Birdge
    Ann Billingsley.

Ann (?)

F, b. after 1620, d. 1668
     Ann (?) was born after 1620. She married Francis Billingsley II, son of John Billingsley I and Agatha (?), circa 1647 at Holland? As of circa 1647,her married name was Ann Billingsley (-?-). Ann (?) died in 1668 at Calvert Co., MD. She was (an unknown value) in 1668 at rape of Ann, Calvert Co., MD.1

Family

Francis Billingsley II b. 1620, d. 1684
Children

Citations

  1. [S296] Maryland Archives - online unknown file number, MD Archives, Volume 57, preface 30:
    Two men charged with rape, although this word is not actually used any-where in this record, came before the court. In both instances the accused were acquitted. William Key of Selby's Cliff, Calvert County, was charged with assault by force and arms and of ravishing against her will Ann, the wife of Frances Billingsley of the same place. The assault was said to have taken place in her husband's chamber, and the indictment declared that it was an offence contrary to the statute passed in the 13th year of the reign of Edward I. It is of interest to know that the statute of Westminster II, 13 Edward I (1285), made rape a felony with the benefit of clergy, while the statute passed in 1575 in the reign of Elizabeth, which one would suppose had supplanted the earlier act, took away the benefit of clergy. Key, who could probably read, was pre-sented under the earlier and milder statute. The trial was conducted in a pecu-liar way, in that Key, indicted for rape, and a certain Thomas Corker, indicted for murder, had their cases, according to the record, heard consecutively by the same jury, which then retired and brought in at the same time verdicts in both cases. Key leaded not guilty and asked a jury trial. The jury of “life and death” of which Joseph Horsley was foreman, after hearing the evidence of the al-leged victim and of another woman and two men, brought in a verdict of not guilty, and the jury “being askt if he did not fly for it answered not to our knowledge”—a question asked to show whether the accused had attempted escape, because, whether found guilty or not, attempted flight by an accused person carried with it forfeiture of goods and chattels. The accused does not seem to have been called to testify in his own behalf. Key was then cleared by a proclamation. As the record does not disclose the evidence we are left to suspect that perhaps the jury may have felt, that whatever had occurred was perhaps not entirely “against the will” of Mrs. Billingsley (pp. 353, 354,
    356, 357).

William Billingsley I

M, b. 1628, d. December 1657
FatherJohn Billingsley I b. 1587, d. 1659
MotherAgatha (?) b. 1593, d. 1666
     William Billingsley I was born in 1628 at Salop, England. He married Sarah Bowman circa 1651. William Billingsley I died in December 1657 at Richmond Co., VA.

Family

Sarah Bowman b. 1635, d. 1690
Children

Sarah Bowman

F, b. 1635, d. 1690
     Sarah Bowman was born in 1635 at Essex Co., VA. She married William Billingsley I, son of John Billingsley I and Agatha (?), circa 1651. As of circa 1651,her married name was Sarah Billingsley (Bowman). Sarah Bowman married William Evart circa 1663. As of circa 1663,her married name was Sarah Evart (Bowman). Sarah Bowman died in 1690 at VA.

Family 1

William Billingsley I b. 1628, d. Dec 1657
Children

Family 2

William Evart b. c 1635
Child

John Billingsley I

M, b. 1587, d. 1659
FatherFrancis Billingsley I b. 1549
MotherBridgett Vernon b. c 1557
     John Billingsley I was born in 1587 at Salop, England. He married Agatha (?) before 1612. John Billingsley I died in 1659 at Holland.

Family

Agatha (?) b. 1593, d. 1666
Children

Agatha (?)

F, b. 1593, d. 1666
     Agatha (?) was born in 1593 at Salop, England. She married John Billingsley I, son of Francis Billingsley I and Bridgett Vernon, before 1612. As of before 1612,her married name was Agatha Billingsley (-?-). Agatha (?) died in 1666 at Rotterdam, Holland.

Emmeline de Reddlesford

F, b. circa 1224
     Emmeline de Reddlesford was born circa 1224. She married Stephen de Longspee, son of William Longspee Earl of Salisbury and Ela Devereux Countess of Sali, circa 1244. As of circa 1244,her married name was Emmeline de Longspee (de Reddlesford).

Family

Stephen de Longspee b. 1216, d. 1260
Child

Sir Robert de Holland

M, b. circa 1253, d. 1311
FatherThurstan de Holland b. 1222, d. 1275
Mother(?) de Kellet b. 1230
     Sir Robert de Holland was born circa 1253 at Upholland, Lancastershire, England. He married Elizabeth de Samlesbury, daughter of Sir William de Samlesbury and Avina de Notton, circa 1273. Sir Robert de Holland died in 1311.

Family

Elizabeth de Samlesbury b. 1253, d. a 1311
Children

Francis Billingsley I

M, b. 1549
FatherJohn Billingsley the Elder b. 1525
MotherFrances Acton b. c 1527
     Francis Billingsley I was born in 1549. He married Bridgett Vernon, daughter of Sir Thomas Vernon and Dorothy Egerton, circa 1577 at Haslington, Chester, England.1

Family

Bridgett Vernon b. c 1557
Children

Citations

  1. [S297] Unknown compiler, "Internet research", Ancestral File, http://www.geocities.com:0080/Yosemite/5273/billings.htm

Bridgett Vernon

F, b. circa 1557
FatherSir Thomas Vernon b. c 1537
MotherDorothy Egerton b. c 1537
     Bridgett Vernon was born circa 1557 at Chester, Haslington, England. She married Francis Billingsley I, son of John Billingsley the Elder and Frances Acton, circa 1577 at Haslington, Chester, England.1 As of circa 1577,her married name was Bridgett Billingsley (Vernon).

Family

Francis Billingsley I b. 1549
Children

Citations

  1. [S297] Unknown compiler, "Internet research", Ancestral File, http://www.geocities.com:0080/Yosemite/5273/billings.htm

William H. "Billy" Daniell1

M, b. 3 April 1805, d. 13 November 1872
FatherGeorge Daniell b. 17 Sep 1783, d. 28 Dec 1855
MotherEllen Barber b. c 1783
     William H. "Billy" Daniell was born on 3 April 1805 at Newton County, GA. He married Mary "Pollie" Melton, daughter of Moses Melton and Daratha "Dolly" Crow, on 18 September 1828 at Newton County, GA. William H. "Billy" Daniell and Mary "Pollie" Melton appeared on the census at Clark Twp., Lafayette County, AR, on 4 December 1850.2 William H. "Billy" Daniell and Mary "Pollie" Melton appeared on the census at Clay Township, Dorcheat, Columbia County, AR, on 5 October 1860.3 William H. "Billy" Daniell and Mary "Pollie" Melton appeared on the census at Caney Twp., Mt. Moriah, Ouachita County, AR, on 8 August 1870.4 William H. "Billy" Daniell witnessed the marriage of Benjamin F. Loe and Mary Margaret Mills on 15 November 1871 at Nevada County, AR.5 William H. "Billy" Daniell died on 13 November 1872 at Nevada County, AR, at age 67. He was buried at Harmony Cemetery, Laneburg, Nevada County, AR.

Family

Mary "Pollie" Melton b. 12 Jan 1804, d. 16 Feb 1875
Children

Citations

  1. [S130] Unknown compiler, "DeMars, Lari - Information from Family History of Louisa Ann Emiline Whitten", Ancestral File, From a family sheet by Sanda May on record at Old Washington, near Hope, Hempstead Co., AR.
  2. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, Clark Township, Lafayette County, AR, p. 185.
  3. [S355] 1860 U. S. Federal Census, Clay Township, Columbia County, AR, p. 433.
  4. [S382] 1870 U. S. Federal Census, Caney Twp., Mt. Moriah Post Office, Ouachita County, AR, p. 225 - occupation - minister.
  5. [S78] Marriages - Nevada County, Arkansas, 1871-1901, Benjamin F. Low, 18, to Mary M. Kennedy, 16, on 15 Nov 1871 by William Daniel, Minister of Baptist Church. Book A, p. 21.

Mary "Pollie" Melton

F, b. 12 January 1804, d. 16 February 1875
FatherMoses Melton b. c 1780, d. 5 Dec 1865
MotherDaratha "Dolly" Crow b. 12 Jan 1786, d. 5 Oct 1861
     Mary "Pollie" Melton was born on 12 January 1804. She married William H. "Billy" Daniell, son of George Daniell and Ellen Barber, on 18 September 1828 at Newton County, GA. As of 18 September 1828,her married name was Mary "Pollie" Daniell (Melton). Mary "Pollie" Melton and William H. "Billy" Daniell appeared on the census at Clark Twp., Lafayette County, AR, on 4 December 1850.1 Mary "Pollie" Melton and William H. "Billy" Daniell appeared on the census at Clay Township, Dorcheat, Columbia County, AR, on 5 October 1860.2 Mary "Pollie" Melton and William H. "Billy" Daniell appeared on the census at Caney Twp., Mt. Moriah, Ouachita County, AR, on 8 August 1870.3 Mary "Pollie" Melton and Doctor Elijah L. Newton "Doc" Daniell appeared on the census at Caney Twp., Mt. Moriah, Ouachita County, AR, on 8 August 1870.4 Mary "Pollie" Melton died on 16 February 1875 at age 71.

Family

William H. "Billy" Daniell b. 3 Apr 1805, d. 13 Nov 1872
Children

Citations

  1. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, Clark Township, Lafayette County, AR, p. 185.
  2. [S355] 1860 U. S. Federal Census, Clay Township, Columbia County, AR, p. 433.
  3. [S382] 1870 U. S. Federal Census, Caney Twp., Mt. Moriah Post Office, Ouachita County, AR, p. 225 - occupation - minister.
  4. [S382] 1870 U. S. Federal Census, Caney Twp., Mt. Moriah Post Office, Ouachita County, AR, p. 226.

John Billingsley the Elder

M, b. 1525
FatherWilliam Billingsley Jr. b. c 1495
MotherCiceleye (?) b. c 1495
     John Billingsley the Elder was born in 1525 at Astley, Salop, England. He married Frances Acton, daughter of William Acton and Cecilia Cressett, on 26 February 1544 at Astley Abbots, Shropshire, England.

Family

Frances Acton b. c 1527
Children

Frances Acton

F, b. circa 1527
FatherWilliam Acton b. 1501, d. 7 May 1567
MotherCecilia Cressett1 b. 1505, d. a 1 Sep 1575
     Frances Acton was born circa 1527 at Aldenham, Shropshire, England. She married John Billingsley the Elder, son of William Billingsley Jr. and Ciceleye (?), on 26 February 1544 at Astley Abbots, Shropshire, England. As of 26 February 1544,her married name was Frances Billingsley (Acton).

Family

John Billingsley the Elder b. 1525
Children

Citations

  1. [S297] Unknown compiler, "Internet research", Ancestral File, http://www.geocities.com:0080/Yosemite/5273/billings.htm

Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry

M, b. 1815, d. before 1860
FatherJohn Sudsberry Jr.1 b. c 1780, d. b 1850
MotherMartha Vaden1 b. c 1776, d. Feb 1860
     Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry was born in 1815 at VA.2 He married Mary Butler, daughter of Zachariah Butler and Nancy Bullard, circa 1835. Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry was involved in a land transaction witnessed a Shelby County deed dated 6 Dec 1835 between Willie Russell and Eli Cost (Book F&G, Page 35). Yelverton Sudberry signed his name as a witness. This deed is acknowledged in the presence of John W. Sudberry, Justice of the Peace. The record following it is a relinquishment made and recorded on 6 Dec 1835 by Mary Russell. It identifies Willie Russell as her husband. Again, Yelverton T. Sudberry is named as the witness and it was acknowledged by John W. Sudberry, Justice of the Peace. I have other deeds along these same lines, including one dated 28 Nov 1835 (Book F & G, pp. 45 -48) between James Bailey and Thomas Griffin (also Uriah Jordan) which was witnessed by Yelverton and Mary Sudberry. I suspect that John W. may have married a Jordon. Wiley's second wife was also born a Jordon.
on 6 December 1835 at Shelby Co., AL.1 He appeared on the census at Winston Co., MS, on 1840 No. 4, p. 16 - Y. T. Sutberry - 1 male 20-30; 1 male under 5, 1 female 20-30. He [Yelbert Sudsberry (Sutbury)] paid poll taxes in Dallas Co, AR, from 1845 through 1849. between 1845 and 1849 at Dallas County, AR. He appeared as a juror:
CIRCUIT COURT
Third Monday in June and November
COUNTY COURT
First Monday in January, April, July, October

PROBATE COURT
Third Monday in January, April, July, October
CHANCERY COURT
First Monday in January and August

L. E. Purdy
Clerk and Recorder
Dallas County


M. D. Welch, Deputy
Princeton, Arkansas


Dallas County

First Circuit Court of Dallas County was held on the third Monday in April 1846, same being the 20th day of April. Judge presiding at said term was Hon. William H. Sutton.

In the absence of regular Solicitor, Pleasant Jordan was appointed Solicitor pro tem.

First Grand Jury was as follows:
Chas. H. Humphreys
Joseph Gray James Dawdy
Hezekiah H. Elliott Wm. R. Fielder
John H. Marks Wm. H. Russell
Moses Johnson Wm. Ross
Arthur Rucks Robt. J. Wilcox
Henry F. Shugart Daniel Williams
Yelbuton T. Sutberry Samuel Wyall
Chas. H. Humphreys was appointed foreman of the Grand Jury.

The first case tried was State of Arkansas vs. Robt. Earnet.
The Jury in this case was as follows: Wm. Owens, Henry Gray, Edward Dickinson, Joseph Speer, Sugar M. Cain, Richard K. Barnium, Bryant R. Lawrence, Ed M. Harris, Berry B. Lyles, Wm. B. Langley, Wm. K. Frazier, Isaac O'Brien.

Tried and found guily of assault and battery and fined ten Dollars.
on 20 April 1846 at First Circuit Court, Princeton, Dallas Co., AR. He and Mary Butler appeared on the census at Polk Twp., Dallas County, AR, on 5 October 1850 [Yelbert Sutbury].3 Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry died before 1860 at AR. He is not listed in 1860 census; family tradition says that he disappeared on his way to court at Pine Bluff, AR.

Family

Mary Butler b. 8 May 1818, d. 25 Dec 1853
Children

Citations

  1. [S288] Unknown compiler, "Email communication with Jennifer Juengling <e-mail address>", Ancestral File.
  2. [S158] Desmond Walls and McLane, Bobbie Jones Allen, Arkansas 1850 Census Every-name Index, Dallas Co., AR.
  3. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, 1850 US Federal Census, Polk Twp., Dallas County, AR, p. 8.

Mary Butler

F, b. 8 May 1818, d. 25 December 1853
FatherZachariah Butler b. 29 May 1782, d. 20 Jul 1822
MotherNancy Bullard b. 1784, d. 9 Oct 1822
     Mary Butler was born on 8 May 1818 at Shelby Co., AL. She left a will on 31 May 1829 at Shelby Co., AL; Orphans Court, John R. Gamble, guardian of Mary Butler, orphan of ZACHARIAH BUTLER, deceased, reports he has received $27.60 of estate since last report. O.B. Harris, Clerk. Will Book 1818-1841, p. 154. She married Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry, son of John Sudsberry Jr. and Martha Vaden, circa 1835. As of circa 1835,her married name was Mary Sudsberry (Butler). Mary Butler and Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry appeared on the census at Polk Twp., Dallas County, AR, on 5 October 1850 [Yelbert Sutbury].1 Mary Butler died on 25 December 1853 at AR at age 35.

Family

Yelverton Tabb "Yelbert" Sudsberry b. 1815, d. b 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, 1850 US Federal Census, Polk Twp., Dallas County, AR, p. 8.

George W. House

M, b. circa 1823, d. 1 December 1863
FatherAllen House1 b. 2 Apr 1802, d. 3 May 1842
MotherMary (?) b. c 1800
     George W. House was born circa 1823 at TN. He immigrated between 1842 and 1844 to AR; George W. House probably immigrated to AR from Carroll County, TN after the death of his father in 1842 and before the guardianship orders of 1844. Either that or he is not included in the guardianship because he was 21 years of age.2 He married Sarah Jane Jones, daughter of John Lewis/Louis Jones and Elizabeth "Betsey" Meador, circa 1849; They probably married in Ouachita County, AR. Ouachita Co. suffered two early courthouse fires and records prior to 1875 are not available. George W. House and Sarah Jane Jones appeared on the census at Missouri Twp., Ouachita County, AR, on 1850.3 George W. House was involved in a land transaction Patentee: GEORGE W HOUSE

Survey

State: ARKANSAS
Acres: 157
Metes/Bounds: No



Title Transfer

Issue Date: 7/1/1859
Land Office: Champagnolle
Cancelled: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Numbers

Document Nr.: 7279
Accession/Serial Nr.: AR2200__.409
BLM Serial Nr.: AR NO S/N

Aliquot
Parts Sec./
Block Township Range Fract.
Section Meridian State Counties Survey
Nr.
N½SW 6/ 12-S 19-W No 5th PM AR Ouachita
SWNW 6/ 12-S 19-W No 5th PM AR Ouachita
SENE 1/ 12-S 20-W No 5th PM AR Nevada

http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/

[Note: This land was in Ouachita County at the time of the patent as Nevada County wasn't formed until 1871.] on 1 July 1859 at Nevada County, AR. He and Sarah Jane Jones appeared on the census at Missouri Twp., Lone Grove, Ouachita County, AR, on 29 June 1860 Two families away is Josiah Frisby and three families away is W. D. House.4 George W. House was involved in a land transaction Patentee: GEORGE W HOUSE

Survey

State: ARKANSAS
Acres: 120.75
Metes/Bounds: No



Title Transfer

Issue Date: 9/1/1860
Land Office: Champagnolle
Cancelled: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Numbers

Document Nr.: 10342
Accession/Serial Nr.: AR2260__.247
BLM Serial Nr.: AR NO S/N

Aliquot
Parts Sec./
Block Township Range Fract.
Section Meridian State Counties Survey
Nr.
W½NE 1/ 12-S 20-W Yes 5th PM AR Nevada
NESE 1/ 12-S 20-W No 5th PM AR Nevada

http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/

[Note: This land was in Ouachita County at the time of the patent as Nevada County wasn't formed until 1871.] on 1 September 1860 at Nevada County, AR. He was involved in a land transaction Patentee: GEORGE W HOUSE

Survey

State: ARKANSAS
Acres: 40.75
Metes/Bounds: No



Title Transfer

Issue Date: 9/1/1860
Land Office: Champagnolle
Cancelled: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Numbers

Document Nr.: 9846
Accession/Serial Nr.: AR2250__.315
BLM Serial Nr.: AR NO S/N

Aliquot
Parts Sec./
Block Township Range Fract.
Section Meridian State Counties Survey
Nr.
NENE 1/ 12-S 20-W No 5th PM AR Nevada

http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/

[Note: This land was in Ouachita County at the time of the patent as Nevada County wasn't formed until 1871.] on 1 September 1860 at Nevada County, AR. He began military service on 17 November 1863 at enlisted in Co. D, 10th Arkansas Cavalry, Camden, Ouachita County, AR.5 He died on 1 December 1863 at at home, Ouachita County, AR. His enlistment papers state that he died "at home."5

Family

Sarah Jane Jones b. 18 Jan 1835, d. 3 Sep 1918
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] Interview, unknown informant.
  2. [S112] Court Minutes, Guardianship - children of Allen House. unknown file number.
  3. [S158] Desmond Walls and McLane, Bobbie Jones Allen, Arkansas 1850 Census Every-name Index.
  4. [S355] 1860 U. S. Federal Census, 1860 US Federal Census, Lone Grove Post Office, Missouri Twp., Ouachita County, AR, p. 31.
  5. [S401] Unknown subject, Gerdes Civil War Site.

Sarah Jane Jones

F, b. 18 January 1835, d. 3 September 1918
FatherJohn Lewis/Louis Jones b. 1806
MotherElizabeth "Betsey" Meador b. 1808
     Sarah Jane Jones was born on 18 January 1835 at AL. Date is taken from Clara Sudsberry Neal's Bible. She married George W. House, son of Allen House and Mary (?), circa 1849; They probably married in Ouachita County, AR. Ouachita Co. suffered two early courthouse fires and records prior to 1875 are not available. As of circa 1849,her married name was Sarah Jane House (Jones). Sarah Jane Jones and George W. House appeared on the census at Missouri Twp., Ouachita County, AR, on 1850.1 Sarah Jane Jones and George W. House appeared on the census at Missouri Twp., Lone Grove, Ouachita County, AR, on 29 June 1860 Two families away is Josiah Frisby and three families away is W. D. House.2 Sarah Jane Jones married James A. Wood, son of Handy Wood and Nancy Calhoun, between 1866 and 1870 at Ouachita County, AR.3 As of between 1866 and 1870,her married name was Sarah Jane Wood (Jones). Sarah Jane Jones and James A. Wood appeared on the census at Missouri Twp., Lone Grove, Ouachita County, AR, on 24 August 1870.4 Sarah Jane Jones and James A. Wood appeared on the census at Behestian and Red Hill Twp., Ouachita County, AR, on 11 June 1880.5 Sarah Jane Jones and James A. Wood appeared on the census at Redland Twp., Nevada County, AR, on 1 June 1900.6 Sarah Jane Jones and James A. Wood appeared on the census at Redland Twp., Nevada County, AR, on 19 April 1910.7 Sarah Jane Jones Sarah was crippled and in a wheel chair. at Bluff City, Ouachita County, AR. She died on 3 September 1918 at Bluff City, Nevada County, AR, at age 83.8 She was buried at Bluff City Cemetery, Bluff City, Nevada County, AR.9

Family

George W. House b. c 1823, d. 1 Dec 1863
Children

Citations

  1. [S158] Desmond Walls and McLane, Bobbie Jones Allen, Arkansas 1850 Census Every-name Index.
  2. [S355] 1860 U. S. Federal Census, 1860 US Federal Census, Lone Grove Post Office, Missouri Twp., Ouachita County, AR, p. 31.
  3. [S76] Census of Ouachita County, AR - 1870.
  4. [S382] 1870 U. S. Federal Census, 1870 US Federal Census, Lone Grove P.O., Missouri Twp., Ouachita County, AR, p. 349.
  5. [S345] 1880 United States Federal Census, 1880 US Federal Census, Red Hill and Behestian Twp., Ouachita County, AR, p. 104.
  6. [S462] Unknown record type, unknown repository address, 1900 US Federal Census, Redland Twp., Nevada County, AR, Sheet No. 18A, p. 169.
  7. [S465] 1910 US Federal Census, 1910 US Federal Census, Redland Twp., Nevada County, AR, Sheet No. 4A.
  8. [S74] Bible of Clara Sudsberry Hackney, J. A. House died Nov. 10th 1886.
  9. [S75] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Thomas Billingsley Jr.

M, b. 1805, d. May 1880
FatherThomas Billingsley Sr. b. 30 Dec 1782, d. 1849
MotherNancy Courtney Allen b. 1783, d. 1843
     Thomas Billingsley Jr. was born in 1805 at Sullivan Co., TN. He married Sarah "Sally" Stephenson, daughter of F. William Stephenson and Jane Hamilton, on 2 August 1826 at Blount Co., AL; Blount Co., AL marriages - p. 7. Thomas Billingsley Jr. appeared on the census at Blount County, AL, on 1830 Thomas Billingsley, Jr.
Lists:
1 male under 5
1 male of 20 and under 30
1 female under 5
1 female of 20 and under 30
on same page with Thomas Billingsley (Sr.).1 He and Sarah "Sally" Stephenson immigrated in 1843 to Tishomingo County, MS. Thomas Billingsley Jr. and Sarah "Sally" Stephenson appeared on the census at 4 District Northern Division, Tishomingo County, MS, on 9 October 1850 Tishomingo Co., MS, p. 30, image #60:
410-410
Tho. Billingsley, 45, m, farmer, 700, TN
Sarah, 43, f, KY
Jemima, 22, f, AL
James, 15, farmer, m, AL
Campbell, 12, m, AL
Josephine, 7, m, MS
Francis, 4, f, MS
Orlando, 1, m, MS.2
Thomas Billingsley Jr. and Sarah "Sally" Stephenson appeared on the census at Elkins Twp., Rome, Clark County, AR, on 1860.3 Thomas Billingsley Jr. died in May 1880 at Nevada County, AR. Died of kidney disease. He was a resident of this county for 20 years. It listed his place of birth as KY.4 He was buried at Bonner Cemetery, Okalona, Clark County, AR.

Family

Sarah "Sally" Stephenson b. 1810, d. a 1890
Children

Citations

  1. [S377] 1830 Federal U. S. Census, within the division allotted to John Slaton of the Northern District, Blount County, AL, p. 12 (or 973 handwritten).
  2. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, 4 District Northern Division, Tishomingo County, MS, p. 30.
  3. [S355] 1860 U. S. Federal Census, Rome P.O., Elkins Twp., Clark County, AR, p. 2.
  4. [S564] Mortality Schedule, District 203, Nevada County, AR, p. 2 - persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880.
  5. [S377] 1830 Federal U. S. Census, Blount County, AL, p. 13 (or 973 handwritten) lists a son below the age of 5.

Sarah "Sally" Stephenson

F, b. 1810, d. after 1890
FatherF. William Stephenson b. c 1780
MotherJane Hamilton b. c 1788
     Sarah "Sally" Stephenson was born in 1810 at Kent, England. She married Thomas Billingsley Jr., son of Thomas Billingsley Sr. and Nancy Courtney Allen, on 2 August 1826 at Blount Co., AL; Blount Co., AL marriages - p. 7. As of 2 August 1826,her married name was Sarah "Sally" Billingsley (Stephenson). Sarah "Sally" Stephenson appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of Thomas Billingsley Jr. at Blount County, AL; Thomas Billingsley, Jr.
Lists:
1 male under 5
1 male of 20 and under 30
1 female under 5
1 female of 20 and under 30
on same page with Thomas Billingsley (Sr.).1 Sarah "Sally" Stephenson and Thomas Billingsley Jr. immigrated in 1843 to Tishomingo County, MS. Sarah "Sally" Stephenson and Thomas Billingsley Jr. appeared on the census at 4 District Northern Division, Tishomingo County, MS, on 9 October 1850 Tishomingo Co., MS, p. 30, image #60:
410-410
Tho. Billingsley, 45, m, farmer, 700, TN
Sarah, 43, f, KY
Jemima, 22, f, AL
James, 15, farmer, m, AL
Campbell, 12, m, AL
Josephine, 7, m, MS
Francis, 4, f, MS
Orlando, 1, m, MS.2
Sarah "Sally" Stephenson and Thomas Billingsley Jr. appeared on the census at Elkins Twp., Rome, Clark County, AR, on 1860.3 Sarah "Sally" Stephenson appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Councelor Campbell Billingsley and Julia Benson Harrison at Missouri Twp., Nevada County, AR.4 Sarah "Sally" Stephenson died after 1890. She was buried at Bonner Cemetery, Okalona, Clark County, AR.

Family

Thomas Billingsley Jr. b. 1805, d. May 1880
Children

Citations

  1. [S377] 1830 Federal U. S. Census, within the division allotted to John Slaton of the Northern District, Blount County, AL, p. 12 (or 973 handwritten).
  2. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, 4 District Northern Division, Tishomingo County, MS, p. 30.
  3. [S355] 1860 U. S. Federal Census, Rome P.O., Elkins Twp., Clark County, AR, p. 2.
  4. [S345] 1880 United States Federal Census, p. 477A.
  5. [S377] 1830 Federal U. S. Census, Blount County, AL, p. 13 (or 973 handwritten) lists a son below the age of 5.

Andrew Jackson Harrison

M, b. 1815, d. 8 March 1870
     Andrew Jackson Harrison was born in 1815 at KY. He married Mary E. Barger, daughter of Henry Barger and Mary Bruner, circa 1840. Andrew Jackson Harrison and Mary E. Barger appeared on the census at Lafayette County, MS, on 11 November 1850.1 Andrew Jackson Harrison and Mary E. Barger appeared on the census at Carouse Twp., Lone Grove, Ouachita County, AR, on 6 July 1860 Next door to Martha and husband William Shultz.2 Andrew Jackson Harrison died on 8 March 1870 at AR. He was buried at Moscow Cemetery, Nevada County, AR.3

Family

Mary E. Barger b. 1824, d. 11 Nov 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, 1850 Federal Census, Lafayette County, MS, p. 303.
  2. [S61] 1860, 1860 Federal Census, Lone Grove, Carouse Twp., Ouachita County, AR, p. 45.
  3. [S131] The Nevada County Historical Society (compiled by Betsy Mills), Nevada County, Arkansas Cemetery Records.
  4. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, Lafayette Co., MS.

Mary E. Barger

F, b. 1824, d. 11 November 1864
FatherHenry Barger1 b. c 1787
MotherMary Bruner2 b. c 1791, d. b 1870
     Mary E. Barger was born in 1824 at TN. She married Andrew Jackson Harrison circa 1840. As of circa 1840,her married name was Mary E. Harrison (Barger). Mary E. Barger and Andrew Jackson Harrison appeared on the census at Lafayette County, MS, on 11 November 1850.3 Mary E. Barger and Andrew Jackson Harrison appeared on the census at Carouse Twp., Lone Grove, Ouachita County, AR, on 6 July 1860 Next door to Martha and husband William Shultz.4 Mary E. Barger died on 11 November 1864 at probably, Ouachita County, AR. They lived in the part of Ouachita County that became Nevada County.5 She was buried at Moscow Cemetery, Nevada County, AR.5

Family

Andrew Jackson Harrison b. 1815, d. 8 Mar 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S377] 1830 Federal U. S. Census, Henderson Co., TN.
  2. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, Henderson Co., TN.
  3. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, 1850 Federal Census, Lafayette County, MS, p. 303.
  4. [S61] 1860, 1860 Federal Census, Lone Grove, Carouse Twp., Ouachita County, AR, p. 45.
  5. [S131] The Nevada County Historical Society (compiled by Betsy Mills), Nevada County, Arkansas Cemetery Records.
  6. [S378] 1850 US Federal Census, Lafayette Co., MS.

Sir Thomas Vernon

M, b. circa 1537
FatherRobert Vernon1 b. c 1500, d. b 1571
MotherCecily Fulleshurst1 b. c 1500
     Sir Thomas Vernon was born circa 1537 at Chester, Haslington, England. He married Dorothy Egerton, daughter of William Egerton and Jane Lacon, circa 1556.

Family

Dorothy Egerton b. c 1537
Children

Dorothy Egerton

F, b. circa 1537
FatherWilliam Egerton b. c 1507
MotherJane Lacon b. c 1507
     Dorothy Egerton was born circa 1537. She married Sir Thomas Vernon, son of Robert Vernon and Cecily Fulleshurst, circa 1556. As of circa 1556,her married name was Dorothy Vernon (Egerton).

Family

Sir Thomas Vernon b. c 1537
Children

William Billingsley Jr.

M, b. circa 1495
FatherWilliam Billingsley Sr. b. c 1450
     William Billingsley Jr. was born circa 1495 at Salop, England. He married Ciceleye (?) circa 1523.

Family

Ciceleye (?) b. c 1495
Children

Ciceleye (?)

F, b. circa 1495
     Ciceleye (?) was born circa 1495. She married William Billingsley Jr., son of William Billingsley Sr., circa 1523. As of circa 1523,her married name was Ciceleye Billingsley (-?-).

William Acton

M, b. 1501, d. 7 May 1567
     William Acton was born in 1501 at Aldenham Hall, Shropshire, England. He married Cecilia Cressett, daughter of Richard Cressett, circa 1525.1 William Acton was (an unknown value) circa 1530 at member of Parliament. He died on 7 May 1567 at Shropshire, England. He was buried at Morville Church, Morville, Shropshire, England.

Family

Cecilia Cressett b. 1505, d. a 1 Sep 1575
Child

Citations

  1. [S297] Unknown compiler, "Internet research", Ancestral File, http://www.geocities.com:0080/Yosemite/5273/billings.htm

William Egerton

M, b. circa 1507
FatherRandall Egerton b. c 1477, d. 1522
MotherIsobel Hill b. c 1477
     William Egerton was born circa 1507. He married Jane Lacon, daughter of Sir Thomas Lacon, circa 1536.

Family

Jane Lacon b. c 1507
Child