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Timothy Adock, 2/19/09
Archelaus Mitchell Adcock, who is in the 1870 Census as "Artte Adcock", was born
in Anson County, NC, and moved to Old Store, maybe as early as 1836. He
had sons born in NC, but lived most of their lives in Old Store. The
Malachi Adcock that was there in 1870, and in 1836; is Archelaus's cousin.
"Ar. M. Adcock", was helping Malachi, out in 1870, the census was taken twice.
Once in June (Malachi), and the other in August (Ar.M.) I believe
Archelaus, was buried in Old Store, around 1880/90's but would not know where.
I have been to Pageland, and Chesterfield (city), and can not find anything on
him. The 1870 census says that he owned land. I'd like to find out
where. If anyone could help, it would be greatly appreciated.
GALE - Charlie
L. Gale 3/11/09
I am seeking information on my GGG Grandfather, William C. Gale. The first
record of him was 1820 Census Marlboro County, SC, with him being listed as head
of household containing 3 males between the ages of 16 and 25. He married
Catherine A. (unknown), born about 1808, in Cheraw, Chesterfield County, SC.
He died August 20, 1828 in Cheraw. His obituary in the Southern Radical,
Cheraw, stated he was 30 years old and a native of Exeter, New Hampshire.
The obituary in the Portsmouth Journal, Portsmouth, NH, stated he was formerly a
resident of that city. Exeter and Portsmouth are both in Rockingham
They had 3 sons, all born in Cheraw; John A. (my GG Grandfather), Charles
William, and Thomas L.
I have been unable to locate the names of his parents or siblings, if any.
I appreciate any help and am willing to share what information I have.
Willis Kirkley b. abt 1803 SC
(m1) Eliza according to 1850 census (or Louisa Meador/Meadows according to Hardy
Averett website information/newspaper articles); children according to 1850
census Five Mile, Perry Co., AL: Mary 18 GA, Susan 16 GA, Sarah 14 GA,
George 12 GA, Amanda Drusilla 10 GA, Willis, Jr. 22 SC.
(m2) Nancy Mozingo in 1858 in Bibb Co., AL; Children according to 1870
census (Hale Co., AL): Martha A. 9 AL, Marion J. 7 AL, Charles L. 5 AL, William
3 AL, John P (Pierce) 1 AL.
1880 Nancy Kirkley is widowed in Fayette Co., AL
Children: Martha, Marion (Jackson), Charley L., William Kohn P. (I descend
from John Pierce Kirkley James M.
John Pierce Kirkley married Livy Odessa Perry in Fayette Co., AL. Oldest
son is Jeff Cleveland Kirkley (my grandfather) born in Fayette Co., AL, married
Mattie Jane Cheatham. Their son, James Edward Kirkley, was born in Deport, TX
Can anyone help me with Willis' ancestors?
PIGG - Greg
I am looking for information on the parents and/or grandparents of Nora Rollings
Pigg. She is buried at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. Any information
would be appreciated.
Joseph Bradley "Brad" Smith, Jr., 5/09/09
My father's family hails from Chesterfield, SC. I am doing a genealogical
search of my family at ancestry.com (under Peggy and Joes Folks) and my namesake
lineage has stumped me. At this point, I have my father's lineage in
Chesterfield back to Riley (or Reilley) Fogeson Smith (1868-1937) and his
spouse, Anna (or Annie) Jane Wallace (1871-1922). I believe Mr. Smith's
parents were an Isaac Smith (b 1813) and Jane Rivers (b 1828) but can find no
evidence on them to verify this. Ms. Wallace's parents may have been an
H.H. Wallace and Sarah Ross. I would appreciate any help you can give me
to put me on the right direction. Thanks so much.