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THE BRUMFIELD FAMILY
 

Generation No. 1

1.  SARY1 CRIDER was born January 11, 1804, and died December 28, 1857.  She
married (1) HENRY TOWLER January 19, 1833.  He was born December 06, 1801.
She married (2) THOMAS KEELING BRUMFIELD February 23, 1847, son of JOSHUA
BRUMFIELD.  He was born January 16, 1805, and died 1875 in Fayette Co., Il.

Notes for THOMAS KEELING BRUMFIELD:
Note:  In 1866  all of the family of Thomas Keeling Brumfield except Henry
Anderson Brumfield moved with their families to Patoka, Illinois in a covered
wagon.  Some of the Towlers also went with them.  The Brumfield children and
the Towler children were a devoted, united family.

Children of SARY CRIDER and HENRY TOWLER are:
    i.  JOHN H. WINBURN2 TOWLER, b. May 16, 1834;m. SUSANNAH BRUMFIELD; b.
October 10, 1835.
    ii. NANCY S. TOWLER, b. November 10, 1835.
    iii.    MARY JANE TOWLER, b. February 02, 1837.
    iv. JOSEPH J. TOWLER, b. August 17, 1838.
    v.  FRANCIS TOWLER, b. April 17, 1837.
    vi. SAMUEL TOWLER, b. October 25, 1841.
    vii.    CHRISTINE M. TOWLER, b. August08, 1843.
    viii.   HENRY C. TOWLER, b. March 06,1845.
 

Children of SARY CRIDER and THOMAS BRUMFIELD are:
    ix. ANDREW TAYLOR 2 BRUMFIELD, b. October 22, 1847;m. (1) JENNIE BOOKER;
m. (2) SARAH FRANCES FARTHING.

Notes for ANDREW TAYLOR BRUMFIELD:
Jennie Booker was his first wife and Sarah F. Farthing his second.

    x.  WILLIAM D. BRUMFIELD, b. August 01, 1851.
 
 

Descendants of James Brumfield
 

Generation No. 1

1.  JAMES1 BRUMFIELD  He married PESHEE SUTTON.

Notes for JAMES BRUMFIELD:
1607 -  James Brumfield (a boy of 17 years) came with Capt. John Smith to
Jamestown.
1635-45 - Richard Buck emigrated with Gates in 1610.  His widow married a
John Burrows, then, John Bromfield.  One of Bridget (Buck, Burrows)
Brumfield's daughters married Sgt. Crumps.
March 1654-55 - Mrs. Bridget Brunfield was a guardian of the children of
Richard Buck.
Note:  Richard Buck was a minister, and married John Rolfe and Pocahontas.
 

King William Co., Va. Land Patents, Book 6, L666-1679, Page 445:
Robt. Taliaferro patented 739 acres in Rappahannock County, March 17,1672
for transporting people to America.  Among those transported were JAMES
BROMFIELD, and THO. BROMFIELD and just above JAMES' name was PESHEE SUTTON.

Abingdon Church Record gives James and Pessie Brumfield, and their children
who were baptised:
Robert, 1677, Martha, 1680, Isabel, 1682, James 1685, Ann 1687 and W. 1689.

Child of JAMES BRUMFIELD and PESHEE SUTTON is:
2.  i.  JAMES2 BRUMFIELD, b. March 29, 1685, Abington Parish.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  JAMES2 BRUMFIELD (JAMES1) was born March 29, 1685 in Abington Parish.  He
married ELIZABETH.

Notes for JAMES BRUMFIELD:
March 29, 1685 was the baptism date of James Brumfield.

James lived with his son Tom. source:  Caldwell's List of Tithes.

Mar 21, 1739, Amelia County, Va. - James Brumfield of Amelia Countybought
200 A. on both sides Maye's Branch in Amelia from Hans Hendrick. Deed Book
1, pg. 228.

Nov 22, 1745, Amelia County, Va. - James Brumfield of Rawley Paris, Amelia
County sold 190 A. lying between Saylor's Creek of Dawson's BranchCreek both
sides of the road "Where his son William Brumfield now lives". To Chs.
Johnson of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County Land a patent to James
Brumfield.  James's wife, Elizabeth relinquished her right of dower.  Deed
Book 2, pg 414.

1749 - William & Mary Quarterly 11 (Ser. 2)  William Brumfield and James
Brumfield tithables of Lunenburg Co., Va.

1749 - William Brumfield on tithe list of William Caldwell, Lunenburg County.
 Caldwell's area later became Charlotte (Co.,Va.) Source: SunlightOn
Southside by Bell.

In 1749 both William Brumfield and James Brumfield, Sr. appeared on Caldwell
s list.  Source: Sunlight on Southside.

1775, Sept. 25 - James Brumfield of Amelia (Co., Va.) "for the consideration
of the fatherly love and affection that the sd. James Brumfield bears to his
well beloved son does confirm unto the aforesaid Major Brumfield 200A. being
part of a 400 A. tract patent by Hans Hendrick on Flat Creek in Amelia.
Deed Book 5, pg 356.

Children of JAMES BRUMFIELD and ELIZABETH are:
3.  i.  MAJOR3 BRUMFIELD.
4.  ii. WILLIAM BRUMFIELD, b. Bet. 1718 - 1722; d. Abt. December1799.
 

Generation No. 3

3.  MAJOR3 BRUMFIELD (JAMES2, JAMES1)

Notes for MAJOR BRUMFIELD:
Major lived first in Amelia Co., Va. and later in Pittsylvania and Halifax.
He was a brother of William Brumfield of Charlotte Co., Va.

Jan 4, 1776 - A petition of officers and men of Amelia (Co., Va.) militia to
put overseers into uniform was signed by Major Brumfield.  Va.Mag. Hist.
Biog. Vol. 15, pg. 23.

Child of MAJOR BRUMFIELD is:
5.  i.  JOSHUA4 BRUMFIELD.
 

4.  WILLIAM3 BRUMFIELD (JAMES2, JAMES1) was born Bet. 1718 - 1722, and died
Abt. December 1799.  He married UNKNOWN Bet. 1745 - 1750.

Notes for WILLIAM BRUMFIELD:
1750 - William Brumfield was listed by Caldwell - Lunenburg County,(Va)
later Charlotte County (Va).  Sunlight On Southside by Bell.

1764 - William Brumfield and John Brumfield were tithes listed by Thos.
Bedford - Cornwall Parish, Lunenburg County (Va).  It is indicated that they
owned 400 acres land.  Sunlight on Southside by Bell.
The tithes list usually gives the elder member of a household first but not
always.

Charlotte County, Virginia Deed Book 3, pg. 201:
Mar. 2, 1773, John Jones of Dinwiddie County (Va) sold to William Brumfield
of Charlotte County 224 acres in Charlotte on branches of Little Roanoke
Creek.

Charlotte County, Virginia Deed Book 3, pg 202:
March 2, 1773, John Jones of Dinwiddie County (Va) sold to William Brumfield
of Charlotte County 178 acres in Charlotte County on the branches of Little
Roanoke Creek bounded by Farmer, John Given, Stephen Townes and Lundeman.

December 1798 - William Brumfield of Charlotte County sold to John Daniel 404
acres in Charlotte on upper side of Little Roanoke whereon Brumfield now
lives - agreeable to a patent bearing date September 5, 1749.

December 15, 1798, William Brumfield of Charlotte sold to James Inge,26
acres in Charlotte County on Little Roanoke Cree.  Char. D. Bk.pg. 159.

December 15, 1798, William Brumfield of Charlotte sold to William Williams
Sen'r. of the same county 108 acres on road to Courthouse & c. Witnesses:
Little Joe Morton.  Char. Co., Deed Bk 8, pg. 159.

May 18, 1799 - William Brumfield of Charlotte County sold to John Daniel 404
acres on Little Roanoke Creek whereon Brumfield now lives - agreeableto a
patent bearing date September 5, 1749.  Witnesses:  LittleJoe Morton, John
Biggs, James Middleton.  Charlotte Deed Book.

Will of William Brumfield:
Charlotte County, Virginia Will Book 2, pg. 158-159:
Will Made:  9 February 1797
Recorded:  2 December 1799

I William Brumfield of the County of Charlotte and State of Virginia of great
age and dibility of body but of sound mind and memory do make publishand
declare my last Will and Testament as follows - 1st My just debs and funeral
expences to be adjusted & paid.  2nd I give and devise tomy son John and
daughter Mary last heard of by the name of Mary Hall, both supposed to be of
State of Kentucky each the sum of one Shilling as a full compensation for
their duty and affection towards me - 3rd I give and devise to my daughter
Judith now wife of Reuben Traynum and formerly wife of William Overton Two
hundred & twenty four Acres of land within the County of Charlotte whereon
the said Reuben Traynum now resides & keeps a publick house for and during
the natural life of the said Judith - and after her death I give devise and
bequeath the said lands with the premises to the four children of William
Overton by the said Judith, to wit, Moses, Anne, Susannah & Sarahto be
equally divided as to their equal Endowment and to their or their Respective
heirs forever - 4th I have formerly lent my said Daughter Judith a Stock of
Cattle, Sheep & hogs which with this increase are now in her possession.  I
desire she may still retain the use of those stocks with a bed and other
household furniture also lent her during her life and as a further support
and convenience to the said Judith I now add by way of loan during her life,
my negro man Slave named Phill and one other bed and furniture - and after
her death I give and devise the said Slave Phill - the Stocks beds &
household furniture as aforesaid lent to be equally divided amongst the
aforesaid children of William Overton. - 5th I give and devise to Robert and
Elizabeth Featherstone children of Carolus Featherstone by my late daughter
Gillie, each the sum of Twenty Dollars - 6th I give and bequeath to my
beloved son Obediah Brumfield and to his heirs forever, the whole residue and
remainder of my estate real and personal, debts, rights, and credits subject
to the payment of the aforesaid money Legacies with which he is Charged-
Lastly I appoint my son Obediah whole and Sole Executor of this Will and
Testament declaring it to be my last -- In Testimony whereof I have hereto
set my hand & affixed my seal the ninth day of February 1797.
Signed Sealed published & declared by the Testator to be his lastWill &
Testament in presence of --
P. Carrington, W. W. Bouldin, James Bouldin, James Bouldin, Jr.

William Brumfield   L.S.

At a Court held for Charlotte County the 2d. day of December 1799 -This Last
Will and Testament of William Brumfield dec.d was presented in Courtby
Obediah Brumfield the Executor therein named and the same was proved by the
oath Paul Carrington and James Boulden first two of the Witnesses thereto
Subscribed & Ordered to be Recorded - On the motion of the said executor who
made oath according to Law Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate
of said Will in due form he giving Security whereupon he with Joseph Reynolds
and Carolus Featherstone his Securities entered into and Acknowledged their
Bond According to Law for that purpose

Teste    Thomas Read   Clk.
Truly recorded   Thomas Red  Cc.

(Note:  There was respectable inventory to the estate)

Child of WILLIAM BRUMFIELD and UNKNOWN is:
6.  i.  JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD.
 

Generation No. 4

5.  JOSHUA4 BRUMFIELD (MAJOR3, JAMES2, JAMES1)

Notes for JOSHUA BRUMFIELD:
Joshua was killed in the War of 1812.

Child of JOSHUA BRUMFIELD is:
7.  i.  THOMAS KEELING5 BRUMFIELD, b. January 16, 1805; d.1875, Fayette Co.,
Il.
 

6.  JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1)  She married WILLIAM
OVERTON.  He died 1779 in Charlotte Co., Va.

Child of JUDITH BRUMFIELD and WILLIAM OVERTON is:
8.  i.  ANN (NANCY)5 OVERTON, d. Abt. 1842, PittsylvaniaCo., Va.
 

Generation No. 5

7.  THOMAS KEELING5 BRUMFIELD (JOSHUA4, MAJOR3, JAMES2, JAMES1)was born
January 16, 1805, and died 1875 in Fayette Co., Il.  He married(1) SALUDA
MAHUGH June 24, 1827.  She was born December 1806.  He married(2) SARY
CRIDER February 23, 1847.  She was born January 11, 1804, and died December
28, 1857.  He married (3) PHEBA BUTCHER August 12, 1855.

Notes for THOMAS KEELING BRUMFIELD:
Note:  In 1866  all of the family of Thomas Keeling Brumfield except Henry
Anderson Brumfield moved with their families to Patoka, Illinois in a covered
wagon.  Some of the Towlers also went with them.  The Brumfield children and
the Towler children were a devoted, united family.

Notes for SALUDA MAHUGH:
Saluda Mahugh was the first wife of Thomas K. Brumfield.

Children of THOMAS BRUMFIELD and SALUDA MAHUGH are:
    i.  ELIZABETH JAIN6 BRUMFIELD, b. March 23,1828; m. MR. HINES.
    ii. JOSHUA F. BRUMFIELD, b. March 10, 1829.
    iii.    SARY N. BRUMFIELD, b. August14, 1831; m. MR. DOVE.

Notes for SARY N. BRUMFIELD:
Middle initial could be "A".

9.  iv. HENRY ANDERSON BRUMFIELD, b. January 12, 1833; d. April23, 1905.
    v.  SUSANNAH BRUMFIELD, b. October 10, 1835;m. JOHN H. WINBURN TOWLER;
b. May 16, 1834.
    vi. THOMAS N. BRUMFIELD, b. December 23, 1837; d.1862, Seven Pines,
Henrico Co., Va.

Notes for THOMAS N. BRUMFIELD:
Thomas was killed in the Civil War at Seven Pines, Va. in 1862.

    vii.    MARY COLEMAN BRUMFIELD, b.December 18, 1840; m. ERASTMUS DOWEN
WALKER.
    viii.   NANCY ROER BRUMFIELD, b. March02, 1844; m. ERASTUS TOWN WALKER.
 

Children of THOMAS BRUMFIELD and SARY CRIDER are:
    ix. ANDREW TAYLOR6 BRUMFIELD, b. October 22, 1847;m. (1) JENNIE BOOKER;
m. (2) SARAH FRANCES FARTHING.

Notes for ANDREW TAYLOR BRUMFIELD:
Jennie Booker was his first wife and Sarah F. Farthing his second.

    x.  WILLIAM D. BRUMFIELD, b. August 01, 1851.
 

8.  ANN (NANCY)5 OVERTON (JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD, WILLIAM3, JAMES2,JAMES1) died
Abt. 1842 in Pittsylvania Co., Va.  She married (1) JOHN INGE,SR..    She
married (2) SAMUEL HARRIS II December 01, 1791 in Charlotte Co., Va.  He died
Abt. July 1811 in Pittsylvania Co., Va.

Notes for SAMUEL HARRIS II:
Dec 1, 1791 is the date of the Marriage Bond.

Proof of Heirs of William Overton and his wife, Judith Brumfield:

Charlotte County, Virginia Deed Book 10, Pg. 227-228:
Deed Made:  7 April 1806 and Recorded Jun 2, 1806.

This Indenture made this seventh day of April in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and six - between Samuel Harris and Nancy his wife,
Moses Overton and Milly his wife of the County of Charlotte Thomas Watts and
Sally his wife and Littlebury Owen and Luckey his wife of the County of
Halifax of the one part, and Thomas Barrett of the County of Charlotte of the
other part.  Witnesseth that the said Samuel Harris and Nancy his wife, Moses
Overton and Milley his wife, Thomas Watts and Sally his wife and Berry Owen
and Lucky his wife  Witnesseth that for and in consideration ofthe sum of
two hundred pounds current money of Virginia to them in hands paid the
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and the said Samuel Harris andNancy
his wife Moses Overton and Milley his wife Thomas Watts & Sally his wife and
L Berry Owen and Lucy his wife by virtue of these presents hath granted
bargained sold aliend and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain
& sell alien and confirm unto the said Thomas Barratt his heirs and
assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred
and twenty four acres, lying and being in the County of Charlotte on the
branches of Little Roanoke and Wallaces Creek, and bounded as followeth (to
wit) begining at a corner chestnut oak, thense  south eighteen degrees west
130 chains to a corn Gum, thence North 50 degrees west 26 Chains to a corner
white oak, thence North ten degrees West 11-1/2 Chains to a corner pine
thence North 62 degrees West 82 Chains to a Corner Spanish oak, thence North
5 degrees East 10 Chains to a corner Chestnut oak, thence North 50  degrees
East 42-1/2 Chains to a Corner white oak thence North 23 degrees west 8
Chains to pointers thence a new line to the beginning and all houses out
houses Edifices, buildings fences trees woods, underwoods, profits
comodities, bereaditrements and appurtenances whatsoever to the said,Tract
of land belonging or in any wise appertaining, and the reversion and
reversions and remainder and remainders rents & services of all and singular
the said premises above mentioned and every part and parcel thereof with the
appurtenances To have and to hold the said 226 acres of land and premises
above mentioned and every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto
the said Thomas Barrett his heirs and assigns To the only proper use and
behoof  of heirs the said Thomas Barratt his heirs and assigns forever, and
they the said Saml Harris and Nancy his wife, Moses Overton and Milley his
wife Thomas Watts and Sally his wife and L. Berry Owen and Luckey his wife
for themselves and theirs heirs and assigns doth covenant and agree to and
with the said Thomas Barratt his heirs and assigns by these presents that the
said Saml Harris and Nancy his wife Moses Overton and Milley his wifeThomas
Watts and Salley his wife and L. Berry Owen and Luckey his wife the said
tract of land and premises above mentioned and every part and parcel thereof
with the appurtenances unto him the said Thomas Barratt his heirs and assigns
against the claim challenge or demand of them the said Saml Harris and Nancy
his wife, Moses Overton and Milley his wife, Thomas Watts and Sally his wife
and L. Berry Owen and Luckey his wife the heirs Executors and Administrators
or assigns and all and every other person or persons whatsoever shall and
will warrant and forever defend.  In witness whereof they havehere unto set
their hands and affixed their seals this day and year first above written.

As the above tract of land was conveyed by John Jones to Wm Brumfield by a
deed recorded in the County Court of Charlotte bearing date the 2d day of
March 1773 and devised by the said William Brumfield to the children of Wm
Overton had by his daughter Judith Signed sealed & delivered in presence of
Nathan Buckley, James Middleton, John Barrett (X mark) Eli Robey, Anderson
Farmer, Nathan Buckley, James Middleton.

Samuel Harris d.s. Thos Watts d.s. Moses Overton d.s. Sarah (X mark)Watts
Mildred (X her mark) Overton d.s. Nancy (X her mark) Harris d.s. Littleberry
(X his mark) Owen d.s. Luckey (X her mark) Owen d.s.

Charlotte County, Virginia Deed Book 10, Page 228:
Deed Made:  7 April 1806 and Recorded 2 June 1806
The Commonwealth of Virginia to William Thompson and John Clark Gentlemen
Justices of Halifax County Greetings whereas Samuel Harris and Nancy his
wife, Moses Overton and Milly his wife, Thomas Watts and Sally his wife, and
Littleberry Owen and Luckey his wife by their certain indenture of bargain &
sale bearing date the 7th day of April 1806 have sold and conveyed unto
Thomas Barrett two hundred and twenty four acres of Land with the
appurtenances lying and being in the County of Charlotte on the branches of
Little roan oak and Wallaces Creek and whereas the said Sally Watts the wife
of Thomas Watts and Luckey Owen the wife of Little berry Owen cannot
conveniently travel to our Court of our said County of Charlotte to make
acknowledgment of the said Conveyance therefore we do give unto you or any
two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Sally
and Luckey shall be willing to make before you of the conveyance aforesaid
contained in the said Indenture which is hereto annexed &c and we do
therefore command you that you do personally go to the said Sally and Luckey
and receive their acknowledgement of the same and examine them privily and
apart from the said Thomas Watts and Littleberry Owen their husbands whether
they do the same freely and voluntarily without their persuasions orthreats
and whether they be willing that the same should be recorded in the County
Court of Charlotte and when you have received their acknowledgments and
examined them as aforesaid that you distinctly and openly certify us thereof
in our said Court under your hands and seals sending there the said deed and
this writ.  Witness Thomas Read, Clerk of our said Court the 27th day of May
1806 in the 30th year of the Commonwealth.

Halifax County
We certify that Sally Watts wife of Thomas Watts and Luckey Owen wife of
Littleberry Owen Jr. Ware privily and apart from their Husbands examined by
us and they and each of them doth freely and Voluntarily without persuasion
or threats make the cortocipance (Sp?) as contained in the Indenture hereto
annexed and that they are willing the same should be recorded in the County
Court of Charlotte Given under our hands and seals this 31st May 1806.

William Thompson   L.S.
John Clark    L.S.

At a Court held for Charlotte County the 2d day of June 1806  This Commission
and certificate of the execution thereof being returned into courtare
ordered to be recorded.

Teste   Thomas Read   Clerk
Truly Recorded    Thomas Read  Cl.

Child of ANN OVERTON and SAMUEL HARRIS is:
10. i.  SAMUEL6 HARRIS III, d. 1878.
 

Generation No. 6

9.  HENRY ANDERSON6 BRUMFIELD (THOMAS KEELING5, JOSHUA4, MAJOR3,JAMES2,
JAMES1) was born January 12, 1833, and died April 23, 1905.  Hemarried JULIA
ANN CRADDOCK February 21, 1865.  She was born October 22, 1847,and died
September 1939.

Child of HENRY BRUMFIELD and JULIA CRADDOCK is:
11. i.  WILLIAM ANDREW7 BRUMFIELD.
 

10.  SAMUEL6 HARRIS III (ANN (NANCY)5 OVERTON, JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD, WILLIAM3,
JAMES2, JAMES1) died 1878.  He married MARY M. PRITCHETT December06, 1824.
She died Abt. 1850.

Notes for SAMUEL HARRIS III:
Dec. 6, 1824 is the Marriage Bond date.

The will of Samuel Harris was filed Oct 21, 1878.  His death date was derived
from that document.

Notes for MARY M. PRITCHETT:
She was the 1st wife of Samuel Harris, III.

Child of SAMUEL HARRIS and MARY PRITCHETT is:
12. i.  MARY MATILDA (TEE)7 HARRIS, b. February 17, 1828; d. February 17,
1873.
 

Generation No. 7

11.  WILLIAM ANDREW7 BRUMFIELD (HENRY ANDERSON6, THOMAS KEELING5, JOSHUA4,
MAJOR3, JAMES2, JAMES1)

Child of WILLIAM ANDREW BRUMFIELD is:
    i.  ROBERT ROY8 BRUMFIELD.
 

12.  MARY MATILDA (TEE)7 HARRIS (SAMUEL6, ANN (NANCY)5 OVERTON,JUDITH4
BRUMFIELD, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born February 17, 1828, anddied
February 17, 1873.  She married BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TOWLER December 30, 1846.
He was born March 16, 1814, and died May 1893.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TOWLER:
Dec 30, 1846 is the Marriage Bond date.

Child of MARY HARRIS and BENJAMIN TOWLER is:
13. i.  WILLIAM BENJAMIN8 TOWLER, b. May 28, 1855; d. July 31,1929.
 

Generation No. 8

13.  WILLIAM BENJAMIN8 TOWLER (MARY MATILDA (TEE)7 HARRIS, SAMUEL6, ANN
(NANCY)5 OVERTON, JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born May
28, 1855, and died July 31, 1929.  He married MARY ANN ELIZABETH TOWLER March
06, 1879 in Henry Co., Va.  She was born July 21, 1859, and died December 17,
1934.

Child of WILLIAM TOWLER and MARY TOWLER is:
14. i.  SAMUEL JOSEPH OVERTON9 TOWLER, b. February 11, 1880; d.May 10, 1936.
 

Generation No. 9

14.  SAMUEL JOSEPH OVERTON9 TOWLER (WILLIAM BENJAMIN8, MARY MATILDA (TEE)7
HARRIS, SAMUEL6, ANN (NANCY)5 OVERTON, JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD, WILLIAM3,JAMES2,
JAMES1) was born February 11, 1880, and died May 10, 1936.  He married
WOODRUTH NUCKOLS October 09, 1901.  She was born June 06, 1880,and died
January 11, 1975.

Child of SAMUEL TOWLER and WOODRUTH NUCKOLS is:
15. i.  BLANFORD10 TOWLER, b. September 28, 1902.
 

Generation No. 10

15.  BLANFORD10 TOWLER (SAMUEL JOSEPH OVERTON9, WILLIAM BENJAMIN8, MARY
MATILDA (TEE)7 HARRIS, SAMUEL6, ANN (NANCY)5 OVERTON, JUDITH4 BRUMFIELD,
WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born September 28, 1902.  She married RICHARD
MORTIMER ANDERSON September 15, 1923.  He was born October 23,1902, and died
March 13, 1969.

Descendants of William Haymes
 

Generation No. 1

1.  WILLIAM1 HAYMES  He married JANE DALTON.

More About JANE DALTON:
Name could be Jean Dalton

Child of WILLIAM HAYMES and JANE DALTON is:
2.  i.  CALEB2 HAYMES, b. November 2, 1795, Virginia; d. September 20, 1876,
Marshfield, Mo.
 

Generation No. 2

2.  CALEB2 HAYMES (WILLIAM1) was born November 2, 1795 in Virginia, and died
September 20, 1876 in Marshfield, Mo.  He married ONEY E. BRUMFIELD November
3, 1817 in Virginia.  She was born 1798 in Virginia, and died1874.

Notes for CALEB HAYMES:
Caleb Haymes & family came from Tennesse to Missouri in 1841. St. Luke
Church was organized in 1841.  He was the first minister.

More About CALEB HAYMES:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

More About ONEY E. BRUMFIELD:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

Children of CALEB HAYMES and ONEY BRUMFIELD are:
    i.  JOHN E.3 HAYMES, b. August 6, 1818; d.April 4, 1896; m. LUCINDA A.
ZEIGLER, November 16, 1838; b. Februay 6,1822; d. December 24, 1895.

More About JOHN E. HAYMES:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield, Webster Co., Mo

More About LUCINDA A. ZEIGLER:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

    ii. WILLIAM BRUMFIELD HAYMES, b. March 20, 1821, Tennessee; d. April 13,
1883; m. SARA JANE DUGAN, October 23, 1851; b. July 2, 1834, Tennessee;d.
April 26, 1908.

More About WILLIAM BRUMFIELD HAYMES:
Burial: Gill Cem., Alma, Ar

More About SARA JANE DUGAN:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

    iii.    REUBEN D. HAYMES, b. September 16, 1824; d. July 15, 1887; m.
SARAH J. BELL.

More About REUBEN D. HAYMES:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

    iv. JAMES (Jim)  M. HAYMES, b. January 14, 1826, Tennessee; d. April 5,
1872.

More About JAMES M. HAYMES:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

    v.  BRANCH R. HAYMES, b. 1829, Tennessee; d.October 1862; m. ELIZABETH
SHANK, 1848; b. October 1, 1830.
    vi. CALEB RILEY HAYMES, b. March 26, 1830, Tennessee;d. August 7, 1917;
m. RHODA HENDERSON; b. August 10, 1828; d. March 20, 1900.

More About CALEB RILEY HAYMES:
Burial: St. Luke Cem., Marshfield,  Webster Co., Mo

    vii.    MARY B. HAYMES, b. 1832; d.1917; m. LINDSAY PRICE.
    viii.   MAHALIA (Haley) HAYMES, b. April5, 1836, Tennessee; d. March 15,
1905; m. (1) DOCTOR WILLIAM HUNT; b. Tennessee; m. (2) WILLIAM RAY;b. June
15, 1819, Tennessee; d. March 3, 1907.

    ix. NANCY A. HAYMES, b. 1838, Tennessee; m. JOHN ROBBINS, 1857.
    x.  GEORGE HAYMES, b. 1840, Tennessee; d. 1864.

Notes for GEORGE HAYMES:
Died in the Civil War.

    xi. HARRIET E. HAYMES, b. Bet. 1844 or 1847, Missouri; d. 1905; m.
FREELAND H. CASEY.
    xii.    JANE HAYMES, d. Tennessee.

Notes for JANE HAYMES:
Died at the age of 7.

From the notes of Mrs. Anderson, dec'd
Transcribed by Lois Smith into Family Tree Maker