Looking for information or descendants of William Robert McCLURE. Born 1844 in Woodstock, Cherokee County, Georgia. He served in the Civil War as Pvt. with the 23rd Georgia Infantry. William McCLURE, married Mary Jane MILLWOOD on October 14, 1867; they raised 8 children:
Samuel J. (1872-1954);
James B. (1874-1941);
Henry (1885-1954); and
The father, William Robert McCLURE died on March 8, 1890.
Responses can be sent to the above email address, or to Sam McCLURE, 2228 Little Brook Lane, Woodstock, GA 30188 , Phone (770) 928-6933. Thank You.
Looking for info on the BLANTON and JORDAN families.
My gg grandfather was James H. BLANTON, b. abt 1839 in GA and my gg grandmother was Amanda JORDAN, b. abt 1844 in GA. They had 11 children starting with Elizabeth in abt 1867 and ending with Winnie, b. 1 Mar 1893, all children b in Cherokee Co. Their dau Eunice Amanda [BLANTON] HEARD was b. 1 Mar 1878 in Canton, Cherokee Co (my g grandmother). The BLANTONs moved to TX in the 1890's and are buried there. Amanda JORDAN was 1 of 16 children, 2 of her siblings were named Rush and Irene, they too moved to TX.
LAWSON in Cherokee County.
Sion J., Neville Riley, Ransom and Jacob arrived in 1840's and 1850's from Union County South Carolina. Located in the Conn's Creek-Mica Church area. Related families; SARTOR, ROBERTS, HARBIN, WILLIAMS and many more. I will gladly exchange information with others nterested in these families.
Request information on Shephard JENKINS and wife Elizabeth, apparently listed in 1850 Cherokee County Census. Both may have been born in South Carolina. Probably married in early 1840s. Appear to have moved to Alabama in 1850s. There were five children by 1850 (including a set of twins). Family tradition suggests Shephard had two brothers and they may have been Irish immigrants. My line of interest runs through son James Ransom JENKINS, born 15 Feb 1847.
HONEYCUT HONEYCUTT HUNEYCUTT HUNNICUTT, et al.
Sharing information regarding persons with this surname throughout the United States...anytime, any place, any reason. Particularly interested in the family of George Washington HUNNICUTT, who was the head of a household in the 1860 Census of Cherokee County, Wild Cat District, Georgia. I am anxious to share information regarding this individual, as well as any other persons with this surname.
Searching for any family connections to the WYNN / WINN family in Cherokee County. George Washington WYNN,
believed to be the son of Thomas Marion WYNN and Nancy AGEE, who lived in Cherokee County during the late 1840's. Nancy [AGEE] WYNN was back in Gwinnett County on the 1850 census, with sons George and Clemon Quillian WYNN. Nancy was on the Hamilton County TN census in 1860 with George, his wife Nancy Jane [KIRK] WYNN and family. George and family was back in Cherokee County before May of 1861 when he joined the CSA at Camp McDonald.
The family lived in Cherokee County until about 1878 when they moved to Cherokee County Alabama.
Believe that Lucy Jane WYNN who married Stephen McPHERSON , Nov 1847, in Cherokee Couhty GA was George W. WYNN sister.
Also believe there is a connection between the WYNN family and the BRANDS in Cherokee County. Especially the family of Jane and Rebecca BRAND.
Recently discovered a Michael FINCHER in the 1860 census of Cherokee County with a wife with the name Elmira. Is this possibly the Michael FINCHER and Elmyria WYNN that married in Burke County North Carolina?
There were suppose to be two sisters of George Washington WYNN who married FINCHER brothers in Burke County North Carolina.
Any information appreciated.
Seek info re. George and/or Lafayette BARNES. George BARNES was in Cherokee County about the time of the Civil War. He married Huldah PAYNE abt 1860. George was killed in the Civil War abt 1864. He probably was the 1st Lt. in the Cherokee Legion, GA. State. Guards Cavalry, Co. D. When his only daughter, Georgia Ann BARNES, (born 26 Oct 1862) married James Alfred CANTRELL on Aug 25, 1878, Lafayette A. BARNES was a witness. They must be related. If you have info on siblings or parents of either, please contact me.
Seek info re. descendants, siblings or ancestors of Rev. Joshua "J." CANTRELL, born 29 Nov 1826, GA, died 27 Oct 1901, Cherokee County, GA, bur. Landmark Baptist Cem., Holly Springs. His father was prob. Moses CANTRELL & mother was Elizabeth A. WOOLLEY (1800-1890). He was a popular Baptist preacher during the late 1800s in Cherokee Co. His 1st wife was Elizabeth Octavia WOOD. They were in Cherokee Co. in 1860. Their 2 children were James Alfred CANTRELL, b. 24 Aug 1824 in Habersham County, marr. Georgia Ann BARNES (born 26 Oct 1862) in Cherokee County Aug 1878. Child 2 was Hannah Octavia Elizabeth "Sis" CANTRELL, b. 22 Nov 1857 near Canton, marr. William Alfred PAGE in Cherokee County on Dec. 1, 1878. Their mother died and "J" married Martha Elizabeth "Molly" ROACH on Dec. 1, 1878 in Cherokee Co. They had 4 children:
(1)Mary Lou CANTRELL, m. Freeman Taylor CAGLE.
(2) Josie Elvira Eveline, m. John Riley DUNCAN,
(3) Joshua Hampton, m.Ollie Mae DUNCAN,
(4) Charlie Pickett. m. Lela GRAVITT.
EARLY / WIGGINS
I am interested in contacting any descendants of Lewis (Louis Laud) WIGGINS, b. 1796 NC, and listed in the 1840 Cherokee Co., GA census. He was listed in the 1830 Gwinnett Co., and 1850 Forsyth Co. censuses. His son, Alfred WIGGINS, married Delialh EARLY in Floyd Co., GA, and died before 1850. His widow, children, and in-laws moved to St. Clair Co., AL.
Searching for parents and family informations on David Ervin UNDERWOOD, b. Circa 1840 in Georgia (possibly Cherokee Co.). Joined CSA at Canton, Georgia. First wife's name not known but children were Zack, Wade, Lum, or Lon UNDERWOOD After Civil War, Dolphus Ervin UNDERWOOD lived in Blount County, Al., and married, second wife, Nancy COPELAND in Blount Co., Al., in 1882, and children were Delsie, Albert Henry, and Ervin Earsay . Zack, a son by first wife, was born in 1877. David E. UNDERWOOD died Nov 5, 1887,
DOVER / FIELDING.
John DOVER family, 1840 census, is living next door to James and Elizabeth FIELDING. Bailey Appleton DOVER. b 1817 NC married Martha Ann "Patsy" FIELDING. I believe John DOVER is the father of Bailey A. DOVER. Who are the other children of John?
The name of John's wife is not known. John is either widowed or divorced by 1850 when the remaining two children are still at home with John in Alabama.
I believe James FIELDING is the son of Isham FIELDING who was in Hall Co., GA in 1830, having come from Pendleton. I suspect that John DOVER, b. ca 1793 came to Cherokee Co. from Buncombe Co., NC. The John DOVER in Cherokee Co. purchased his land at a sheriff's auction on default of a loan by David SPARKS of Morgan Co.This same David SPARKS moved to Carroll Co. GA by 1850. Sarah SPARKS, his daughter, married David DOVER in Carroll Co., GA bef 1840. David DOVER was b. 1814 SC.
Carroll Co. 1840 also has another John DOVER, b. 1780-1790. Other allied lines of interest are:
EVANS, POSEY, ROOKS, GROVER, WHISENHUNT, McWHORTER, CHAMBERS, HARDIN, GREEN, BENNETT, TATE, COLLINS, MORRIS & MARTIN.
Happy to exchange any related info.
I am looking for information about a Shephard JENKINS, listed in the 1850 Cherokee County Census with wife Elizabeth ________, and children Edwin, John, Mary, James Ransom, and Susa.
Shephard and Elizabeth JENKINS are listed as natives of South Carolina, and probably married in the early 1840s. The family apparently moved to Blount County, Alabama, prior to the Civil War. The family may have been Methodists.
I am searching for information on the John Roland CORN
family who was in Cherokee Co. from 1841-1860. John Roland was born in Henderson Co,NC about 1818. He married Elizabeth McMINN about 1840 in NC. It is believed they attended the Providence Baptist Church in Cherokee Co. Would like any information on these church records, membership, baptisms, marriages pertaining to this family.
They were listed on the 1850 census of Cherokee Co. and were in Kerr Co, TX by 1861. Have not found him on any 1860 census.
Will gladly exchange
I am interested in connecting with someone doing genealogy on the LOW family. My fathers family is descended from James Alfred LOW, who had a brother John LOW. Both men were in Cherokee County, left, and made gold strikes in California. James Alfred LOW returned and was killed in the Civil War. His wife remarried a GREENE.