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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2011 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Roberson Cummins Austin
Sex: M

Born: 11 APR 1826 at White Co., TN
Died: 5 FEB 1912 at Lancaster, Dallas, TX
Buried: at Lancaster, Dallas, TX

Marriage
Wife: Elizabeth England (1826 - 1874)
Married: 31 JAN 1856 at White Co., TN

Children
Mary Jane Austin (25 OCT 1856 - ____)
David Crockett Austin (14 MAY 1858 - Abt 1874)
John Thomas "Dink" Austin (18 SEP 1859 - 1904)
Nathaniel C. Austin (1 FEB 1861 - 15 OCT 1937)
Nancy Ann Austin (18 DEC 1863 - 18 SEP 1938)
Mathew (Mathias) Austin (16 JUL 1864 - 17 JUL 1864)
Elizabeth Katherine Austin (23 JUN 1866 - 6 JUL 1938)
Robert Cummins Austin (5 MAR 1870 - 7 APR 1948)
William Edward Austin (25 MAY 1872 - 1893)

Marriage
Wife: Almeda Wood (____ - ____)
Married: 20 NOV 1879 at White Co., TN

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

CENSUS: 1860 TN, White Co., p 322; 1870 TN, White Co., p 184; 1880 TX, Ellis, p 409.

MARRIAGE: "Early Austin Marriages in Tennessee" extracted by Sally Austin Day from 3 publications of Byron and Barbara Sisler (Early East TN Marr 1987-Middle TN Marr 1989-Early West TN Marr 1989). Printed in "Austins of America", Feb 1992, p 416.

BIOGRAPHY-DEATH: "Heritage of White County, TN, 1806-1999", Walsworth Publishing Company, p 209. Roberson was a tall erect man with a long white beard; by nature he was very gentle and kind, gifted with the ability to make things with wood and iron.

During the Civil War he made heavy duty wagons for the Army. When about 80 years old he made a loom on which to make carpeting. On 5 February 1912, he died of pneumonia at the home of Ann (Austin) Gleason, his daughter. Roberson donated the land for the 1st church built at Lost Creek - to be used jointly to hold services for the Missionary Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian Churches, as well as the public school.

BURIAL: Old Pioneer Cemetery, Lancaster, Dallas Co., TX 
AUSTIN, Roberson Cummins (I17464)
 
202
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2011 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Shelby Hamilton Hudgens
Sex: M

Born: 26 FEB 1816
Died: 1 OCT 1866 at White Co., TN
Buried: at Bear Cove, White, TN

Marriage
Wife: Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Married: 22 FEB 1839 at White Co.,TN

Children
Amanda Hudgens (Abt 1839 - Bef 1970)
Mary Ann Hudgens (Abt 1842 - ____)
Susan Clementine Hudgens (11 AUG 1843 - 13 NOV 1895)
Emaline Hudgens (Abt 1845 - ____)
Elizabeth Hudgens (Abt 1847 - ____)
Martha Jane Hudgens (Abt 1851 - Abt 1898)
Sarah Hudgens (Abt 1855 - ____)
William R. Hudgens (Abt 1857 - ____)

Parents
Father: James Hudgens (____ - ____)
Mother: Mary Hunter (____ - ____)

Siblings
Shelby Hamilton Hudgens (26 FEB 1816 - 1 OCT 1866)

Notes

MARRIAGE: "Oldest Marriage Book, 1809-1859, White County, Tennessee", in possession of AFAOA Southern Austins Genealogist.

Records of Mr. E. Ray Austin, Hampton, VA.

BIRTH-DEATH: Records of Doug and Elizabeth Austin, Sparta, TN.

BURIAL: Hudgens Cemetery, Bear Cove, White County, TN. 
HUDGENS, Shelby Hamilton (I17471)
 
203
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2011 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Susan Austin
Sex: F

Born: 18 APR 1812 at TN
Died: 8 DEC 1889
Buried: at Lost Creek, White, TN

Marriage
Husband: James Richmond Frazier (____ - 1835)

Children
James Richard Frazier (8 AUG 1831 - 22 JUL 1916)

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN.

CENSUS: 1850 TN, White Co., p 54 with father and children; 1860 TN, White Co., p 326; 1870 TN, White Co., p 115; 1880 TN, White Co., p 417, with son James R. Frazier. 
AUSTIN, Susan (I17459)
 
204
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2011 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Thomas Wynn Austin
Sex: M

Born: 20 DEC 1821 at White Co., TN
Died: 27 JUL 1874 at Grundy Co., MO
Buried: at Grundy Co., MO

Marriage
Wife: Martha Jane Johnson (4 DEC 1824 - 27 JUN 1903)
Married: 25 AUG 1842 at Livingston Co., MO

Children
Nancy Abegale Austin (3 NOV 1843 - 3 MAY 1907)
Mary E. Austin (17 APR 1846 - 10 OCT 1848)
Susan Priscillar Austin (31 JAN 1848 - 3 AUG 1915)
Emily "Emla" Penelope Austin (1849 - ____)
William J. Austin (20 MAY 1852 - 27 FEB 1862)
John Robinson Austin (16 SEP 1853 - 28 SEP 1946)
Martha Jane Austin (17 JAN 1857 - 25 JUN 1893)
Ollie Amanda Austin (18 JAN 1859 - 13 SEP 1868)
Thomas Wynn Austin (17 APR 1861 - AUG 1861)
Oscar Austin (16 SEP 1862 - 16 SEP 1862)
Nathaniel Grant Austin (14 APR 1863 - FEB 1864)
Oscar Nathaniel Austin (15 DEC 1865 - 14 JUN 1945)

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

MARRIAGE: Livingston County, Missouri Marriage Records. By his cousin Rev. James L. Austin.

BURIAL: Johnson Cemetery, Grundy County, MO. 
AUSTIN, Thomas Wynn (I17463)
 
205
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2011 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

William Henry Austin
Sex: M

Born: 30 SEP 1805 at Hawkins Co., TN
Died: 28 NOV 1878 at White Co., TN
Buried: at White Co., TN

Marriage
Wife: Jane "Jinsey" Phifer (8 SEP 1818 - 7 MAY 1875)
Married: 23 DEC 1834 at White Co., TN

Children
John Austin (15 AUG 1836 - 15 AUG 1836)
Mary Austin (20 JAN 1838 - 14 DEC 1923)
Lucinda Austin (28 APR 1840 - ____)
Susan Austin (1843 - 20 MAR 1862)
Thomas A. Austin (18 FEB 1844 - 30 JUL 1931)
Nancy Austin (3 DEC 1846 - ____)
Martha Jane Austin (23 MAR 1849 - ____)
Forrester Austin (14 MAR 1851 - 19 NOV 1870)
Nathaniel "Nattie" Austin (17 DEC 1853 - 27 APR 1929)
Infant Austin (2 OCT 1856 - 2 OCT 1856)
James R. Austin (13 OCT 1857 - 6 NOV 1888)
George Austin (16 APR 1860 - 16 APR 1860)
Hannah Miranda "Randy" Austin (1 JUN 1862 - 1 JAN 1937)

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes
CENSUS: 1850 TN, White Co., p 56; 1860 TN, White Co., p 145; 1870 TN, White Co., p 33.

PHOTOGRAPH: "Austin Family Association of Lost Creek" Newsletter, 18th Annual Reunion, 29 Sep 1985. William and Jinsey.

NATHANIEL AUSTIN HOME: "The Way Effie Elizabeth (Hale) Johnson remembers the Nathaniel Austin Place", booklet, no year, in possession of AFAOA, Nathaniel Notebook.

BURIAL: Mt Gilead Cemetery, White County, TN. 
AUSTIN, William Henry (I17454)
 
206
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Elizabeth Austin
Sex: F

Born: 1804/1810 at TN

Marriage
Husband: Thomas Maupin ( - )
Married: 5 FEB 1837 at Livingston Co., MO

Children

Parents
Father: William Austin (23 DEC 1776 - )

Siblings
Female Austin (1800/1804 - )
John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Pleasant Austin (1810/1815 - )
James L. Austin (29 MAR 1812 - 31 JAN 1890)
Female Austin (1820/1825 - )

Notes

MARRIAGE: 1st recorded marriage in the newly-formed Livingston County. Shoal Creek area.

PARENT: Pure speculation by AFAOA genealogist Liz Austin Carlin based on the fact that her alleged brother, John Austin was the only other Austin in the Shoal Creek area in 1837. 
AUSTIN, Elizabeth (I33036)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Female Austin
Sex: F

Born: 1800/1804

Parents
Father: William Austin (23 DEC 1776 - )

Siblings
Female Austin (1800/1804 - )
John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Pleasant Austin (1810/1815 - )
James L. Austin (29 MAR 1812 - 31 JAN 1890)
Female Austin (1820/1825 - )

Notes 
AUSTIN, --- (I33035)
 
208
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Female Austin
Sex: F

Born: 1820/1825 at White Co., TN

Parents
Father: William Austin (23 DEC 1776 - )

Siblings
Female Austin (1800/1804 - )
John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Pleasant Austin (1810/1815 - )
James L. Austin (29 MAR 1812 - 31 JAN 1890)
Female Austin (1820/1825 - )

Notes 
AUSTIN, --- (I33038)
 
209
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

John Austin
Sex: M

Born: 1802 at White Co., TN
Died: 17 MAY 1849 at St. Joseph, Buchanan, MO
Buried: at Livingston Co., MO

Marriage
Wife: Mary Bryan (9 JUL 1805 - 12 JUL 1871)
Married: 14 FEB 1829 at Wayne Co., KY

Children
Andrew N. Austin (21 NOV 1829 - 25 OCT 1887)
William Columbus Austin (1 SEP 1831 - 7 MAR 1896)
David Crockett Austin (12 JAN 1833 - 1 APR 1872)
Spencer Hall Austin (5 JAN 1836 - 23 MAR 1901)
Lovey M. Austin (12 JUN 1837 - 28 MAR 1865)
John Meantha "Lanth" Austin (6 FEB 1838 - 8 JAN 1912)
Mary Ann Austin (JAN 1841 - )
Louisa Jane Austin (APR 1844 - )

Parents
Father: William Austin (23 DEC 1776 - )

Siblings
Female Austin (1800/1804 - )
John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Pleasant Austin (1810/1815 - )
James L. Austin (29 MAR 1812 - 31 JAN 1890)
Female Austin (1820/1825 - )

Notes

BIRTH-SPOUSE-DEATH-CHILDREN: FGS from A.K. Austin, Prospect, KY, 14 Aug 1983. In possession of AFAOA, Tennessee Notebook B, page 318.

MARRIAGE: " Mr. John Austin married in White County to Miss Mary Bryan." National Banner and Nashville Whig, Sat 14 Feb 1829.

OCCUPATION-DEATH-WILL: "Green Hills Pioneers", a Livingston Co., MO Website, sponsored by Jim Stout. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~livcomo/Pioneers/index.html. Information obtained from the "History of Isaac McCoskrie and Descendants," December 1984. On 17 Apr 1841, John was appointed postmaster of the Austinville postoffice near the present Mooresville-Monroe Twp. line. John died on 18 May 1849, per this source, of cholera enroute to the California gold fields. His Will was written on 12 May 1849, and probated on 20 June 1849. It was witnessed by Reuben McCoskrie, who himself reportedly died of cholera 4 days later.

LAND: In the Shoal Creek/Utica/Austinville region of Livingston County, MO the inter-related families of Andrew Bryan (father of Mary and Margaret who marr White Co., TN Austins), James L. Austin and brother John (Mary Bryan), and William Austin (Margaret Bryan), and unplaced Pleasant Austin from 1837-1851 purchased from BLM adjoining/or almost adjoining land. 1837-1839 56T-25 R, Sec 4, NW NW and Sec 5 W?? NE and E?? NE. More later in 1840's.

OCCUPATIONS: Farmer. Appointed 17 April 1841 Postmaster for Austinville, MO., near the present Mooresville-Monroe township line. Judge in Utica, Livingston,MO.

CENSUS: 1830 TN, White, p 15. 1-0-0-1-1, 0-0-0-0-1; 1840 MO, Livingston.

BIRTH-DEATH: Recxords of Everett Lamar McCreary, Smyrna, GA.

BIRTH-DEATH: Records of Doug and Elizabeth Austin of Sparta, TN.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Records of Donna Stanfield MO 1998.

BURIAL: Bethel Cemetery, Livingston Co., MO

Records of Mr. E. Ray Austin, Hampton, VA. 
AUSTIN, John (I32909)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Mary ?
Sex: F

Born: 1784 at TN
Died: 29 JUN 1870 at White Co., TN
Buried: at White Co., TN

Marriage
Husband: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Married: Abt 1804 at VA

Children
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - )
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

SPOUSE-DEATH-BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN.

CENSUS: 1870 TN, White Co., p 115.

(2) www.findagrave.com:

Mary Austin
Birth: 1784
Death: Jun. 29, 1870

Burial: Austin -Anderson [Cemetery], White County, Tennessee, USA

Created by: Reba Bain
Record added: Jul 27, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28558366 
(AUSTIN), Mary (I17453)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Mary Ann Todd
Sex: F

Born: 7 FEB 1793 at MD
Died: 11 OCT 1864 at White Co., TN
Buried: at White Co., TN

Marriage
Husband: John Austin (6 JAN 1779 - 27 FEB 1858)
Married: 17 JAN 1844 at White Co.,TN

Children

Notes

SOURCE: Family Group Sheet from Doug and Elizabeth Austin, of Sparta, TN.

BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN.

CENSUS: 1860 TN, White Co., p 170 alone.

MARRIAGE: "Oldest Marriage Book, 1809-1859, White County, Tennessee". In possession of AFAOA Southern Austins Genealogist.

(2) www.findagrave.com:

Mary Ann Todd Austin
Birth: Jan. 9, 1793
Death: Jan. 9, 1864

Family links: Spouse: Nathaniel Austin (1781 - 1869) [Note by compiler: According to Mary's tombstone, she was married to John Austin]; Children: William Henry Austin (1805 - 1878), Elizabert [?] Austin (1808 - 1896), Nancy Austin (1811 - 1843), Nathaniel Glen Austin (1850 - 1854), Matthias Austin (1864 - 1873), Orville C Austin (1894 - 1975)

Burial: Austin -Anderson [Cemetery], White County, Tennessee, USA

Created by: Reba Bain
Record added: Jul 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28546502 
TODD, Mary Ann (I26766)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Mary Bryan
Sex: F

Born: 9 JUL 1805 at Green[e] Co., TN
Died: 12 JUL 1871 at Monroe, Livingston, MO
Buried: at Livingston Co., MO

Marriage
Husband: John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Married: 14 FEB 1829 at Wayne Co., KY

Children
Andrew N. Austin (21 NOV 1829 - 25 OCT 1887)
William Columbus Austin (1 SEP 1831 - 7 MAR 1896)
David Crockett Austin (12 JAN 1833 - 1 APR 1872)
Spencer Hall Austin (5 JAN 1836 - 23 MAR 1901)
Lovey M. Austin (12 JUN 1837 - 28 MAR 1865)
John Meantha "Lanth" Austin (6 FEB 1838 - 8 JAN 1912)
Mary Ann Austin (JAN 1841 - )
Louisa Jane Austin (APR 1844 - )

Parents
Father: Andrew Bryan (1772 - 30 AUG 1845)
Mother: Isabelle Ross ( - )

Siblings
Mary Bryan (9 JUL 1805 - 12 JUL 1871)
Margaret Bryan (1810 - )

Notes

BIRTH-SPOUSE-DEATH-CHILDREN: FGS from A. K. Austin, Prospect, KY, 14 Aug 1983. In possession of AFAOA, Tennessee Notebook B, page 318.

BIRTH-PARENTS-SPOUSE-DEATH-BURIAL: "Green Hills Pioneers", a Livingston Co., MO Website, sponsered by Jim Stout. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~livcomo/Pioneers/index.html .

CENSUS: 1850 MO, Livingston, 51st Dist, 90; 1860 MO, Livingston, Monroe, p 952;

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Records of Donna Stanfield MO 1998.

BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Bethel Cemetery, Livingston Co., MO 
BRYAN, Mary (I32910)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Mary E. Warren
Sex: F

Born: 15 OCT 1825 at TN
Died: 13 JUL 1899 at White Co., TN
Buried: at White Co.,TN

Marriage
Husband: Pleasant Austin (8 SEP 1820 - 6 JUL 1900)
Married: 14 SEP 1852 at White Co., TN

Children
John Warren Austin (8 SEP 1854 - 6 MAR 1925)
William Buford Austin (3 JUN 1856 - )
Robert S. Austin (3 NOV 1858 - 1941)
Sarah Alice Austin (11 OCT 1860 - )
Flora E. Austin (16 MAY 1863 - 19 MAR 1952)
James Mc Austin (7 MAR 1865 - 16 NOV 1890)
Frank Pleasant Austin (5 OCT 1866 - )

Parents
Father: Bluford Warren (30 JUL 1776 - 8 FEB 1829)
Mother: Sarah Yates (1776 - 15 MAR 1850)

Siblings
Mary E. Warren (15 OCT 1825 - 13 JUL 1899)

Notes

CENSUS: 1860 TN, White Co., p 312; 1870 TN, White Co., p 112.

BIRTH-DEATH- BURIAL: Old Union Cemetery, White Co.,TN. Gravestone read by Bess A. Machtley, 1966.

BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Pleasant Austin Family Bible. The original Bible is in the possession of Col. Jimmie L. Akin of Denver, Colorado. Transcription received by AFAOA genealogist Liz Austin Carlin in 2011, archived in White County, Tennessee Notebook.

(2) Goodspeed Biographies of White County, Tennessee:

September 14, 1852, he [Pleasant AUSTIN] was united in marriage to Mary E., daughter of Bluford and Sarah (Yates) Warren. The father [of Mary E. WARREN] was raised in Halifax, N. C., and the mother [of Mary E. WARREN was raised] in Halifax, Va. The grandfather Yates lived to the unusual age of one hundred and twelve years. Mrs. Austin was born October 15, 1825, in Tennessee, and is the mother of John W., William Bluford, Robert S., Sarah Alice (wife of Norman Gist, who resides near Sparta), Flora C. (wife of Lewis Akins), James Mc. and Frank P.

(3) www.findagrave.com:

Mary E Warren Austin
Birth: Oct. 15, 1825
Death: Jul. 13, 1899

Family links: Spouse: Richard Pleasant Austin (1820 - 1900); Children: Flora Elizabeth Austin Akin (1862 - 1952)

Burial: Old Union Cemetery, Sparta, White County, Tennessee, USA

Created by: Reba Bain
Record added: Sep 24, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30042090 
WARREN, Mary E. (I33048)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Pleasant Austin
Sex: M

Born: 1810/1815 at TN

Parents
Father: William Austin (23 DEC 1776 - )

Siblings
Female Austin (1800/1804 - )
John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Pleasant Austin (1810/1815 - )
James L. Austin (29 MAR 1812 - 31 JAN 1890)
Female Austin (1820/1825 - )

Notes

PARENT: Pure speculation by AFAOA genealogist Liz Austin Carlin based on Bureau of Land Management records. In 1844, Pleasant Austin bought 2 parcels in the township adjoining John and James L. Austin and the Bryans. No other Austin family is nearby, although he could be a cousin instead of a brother. More research is needed. 
AUSTIN, Pleasant (I33037)
 
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(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2013 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Pleasant Austin
Sex: M

Born: 8 SEP 1820 at White Co., TN
Died: 6 JUL 1900 at White Co., TN
Buried: at White Co., TN

Marriage
Wife: Mary E. Warren (15 OCT 1825 - 13 JUL 1899)
Married: 14 SEP 1852 at White Co., TN

Children
John Warren Austin (8 SEP 1854 - 6 MAR 1925)
William Buford Austin (3 JUN 1856 - )
Robert S. Austin (3 NOV 1858 - 1941)
Sarah Alice Austin (11 OCT 1860 - )
Flora E. Austin (16 MAY 1863 - 19 MAR 1952)
James Mc Austin (7 MAR 1865 - 16 NOV 1890)
Frank Pleasant Austin (5 OCT 1866 - )

Parents
Father: John Austin (6 JAN 1779 - 27 FEB 1858)
Mother: Catherine Haston (1790/1800 - 27 JUN 1843)

Siblings
Pleasant Austin (8 SEP 1820 - 6 JUL 1900)
Emaline Austin (15 NOV 1822 - )
Roberson Austin (10 JUN 1826 - )
Susan Austin (13 FEB 1829 - 6 JUN 1879)
Bird Austin (18 FEB 1831 - 17 JUL 1836)
William Edward Austin (28 SEP 1833 - )

Notes

CENSUS: 1860 TN, White Co., p 312; 1870 TN, White Co., p 112; 1880, TN, White, p 411.

MARRIAGE: "Oldest Marriage Book, 1809-1859, White County, Tennessee". In possession of AFAOA Southern Austins Genealogist.

BIRTH-RESIDENCE-OCCUPATION-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Goodspeed's Biographies, White County, TN,1887 - available on the White County website at GenWeb. "Pleasant Austin, a prosperous agriculturist of the Second District, was born September 8, 1820, on the farm upon which he now resides. . . . He is a substantial, honorable, and worthy citizen. He is interested in the advancement of education and all beneficial enterprises. He is a Democrat. . . ."

BIRTH-DEATH- BURIAL: Old Union Cemetery, White Co., TN. Gravestone read by Bess A. Machtley, 1966.

BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Pleasant Austin Family Bible. The original Bible is in the possession of Col. Jimmie L. Akin of Denver, Colorado. Transcription received by AFAOA genealogist Liz Austin Carlin in 2011, archived in White County, Tennessee Notebook.

(2) Goodspeed Biographies of White County, Tennessee:

Pleasant Austin, a prosperous agriculturist of the Second District, was born September 8, 1820, on the farm upon which he now resides. His parents were John and Catherine (Haston) Austin. The father was born January 6, 1779, in Virginia, of English origin. He immigrated to Tennessee at a very early day, where he died February 28, 1858. The mother is thought to have been of Dutch descent. She was a native of Tennessee and her entire life was passed in the State. Our subject was brought up on the farm, and educated in the school of the vicinity. After attaining his majority he purchased land in the county and farmed about six years. At his father's death he bought the homestead and moved to it, where he has since resided. He is a substantial, honorable and worthy citizen. He is interested in the advancement of education and all beneficial enterprises. He is a Democrat. September 14, 1852, he was united in marriage to Mary E., daughter of Bluford and Sarah (Yates) Warren. The father was raised in Halifax, N. C., and the mother in Halifax, Va. The grandfather Yates lived to the unusual age of one hundred and twelve years. Mrs. Austin was born October 15, 1825, in Tennessee, and is the mother of John W., William Bluford, Robert S., Sarah Alice (wife of Norman Gist, who resides near Sparta), Flora C. (wife of Lewis Akins), James Mc. and Frank P.

(3) www.findagrave.com:

Richard Pleasant Austin
Birth: Sep. 8, 1820
Death: Jul. 6, 1900

Family links: Parents: John Austin (1779 - 1858), Catherine Haston Austin (1790 - 1843); Spouse: Mary E Warren Austin (1825 - 1899); Children: John Warren Austin (1854 - 1925), Flora Elizabeth Austin Akin (1862 - 1952)

Burial: Old Union Cemetery, Sparta, White County, Tennessee, USA

Created by: Reba Bain
Record added: Sep 24, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30042023 
AUSTIN, Richard Pleasant (I33042)
 
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Rachel Denny
Sex: F

Born: 1778/1794
Died: 1818 at White Co., TN
Buried: at Lost Creek, White, TN

Marriage
Husband: John Austin (6 JAN 1779 - 27 FEB 1858)
Married: 30 JUN 1802 at Wayne Co., KY

Children
William Austin (10 MAY 1803 - 7 APR 1833)
Jude Calbos Austin (1805 - 1825)
Tamsey "Tamar" Austin (27 SEP 1806 - )
Hannah Austin (1809 - 3 APR 1826)
James Mc Austin (22 SEP 1814 - 16 OCT 1889)
Elizabeth Austin (OCT 1816 - )
John Austin (8 NOV 1818 - 16 AUG 1903)

Parents

Siblings
Rachel Denny (1778/1794 - 1818)

Notes

MARRIAGE: Wayne County, Kentucky Marriages, 1801-1850.

DEATH-BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN.

(2) www.findagrave.com:

Rachel Denney Austin
Birth: 1765
Death: 1818

Family links: Parents: James Denney (1745 - 1821), Ester Small Denney (1752 - 1835); Spouse: John Austin (1779 - 1858); Children: William Austin (1803 - 1833), Jude Austin (1805 - 1825), Hannah Austin (1809 - 1826), James M Austin (1814 - 1899), Elizabeth Austin Hudgens (1816 - 1875), John Austin (1818 - 1903)

Burial: Austin -Anderson [Cemetery], White County, Tennessee, USA

Created by: Reba Bain
Record added: Jul 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28546414 
DENNY, Rachel (I26764)
 
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Rev. James L. Austin
Sex: M

Born: 29 MAR 1812 at TN
Died: 31 JAN 1890 at Bogard, Carroll, MO
Buried: at Bogard, Carroll, MO

Marriage
Wife: Rosa Maupin (17 JUN 1817 - 28 FEB 1899)
Married: 2 MAR 1836 at Carroll Co., MO

Children
Granville Franklin Austin (12 JAN 1837 - 9 JAN 1898)
Emeline Austin (1838 - 14 SEP 1905)
John Austin (Abt 1840 - 25 AUG 1860)
David Crockett Austin (10 SEP 1842 - 22 JUN 1862)
James Howard Austin (Abt 1844 - )
Amanda Lou Jane Austin (5 AUG 1846 - )
Mary Elizabeth Austin (Abt 1849 - 5 JAN 1929)
William Columbus Austin (30 MAR 1851 - 16 FEB 1913)
Charlotte Austin (9 APR 1853 - 31 DEC 1923)
Spence H. Austin (2 SEP 1855 - )
Isabelle Florentine Austin (Abt 1859 - )
Erasmus Austin (7 DEC 1862 - 1942)

Parents
Father: William Austin (23 DEC 1776 - )

Siblings
Female Austin (1800/1804 - )
John Austin (1802 - 17 MAY 1849)
Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Pleasant Austin (1810/1815 - )
James L. Austin (29 MAR 1812 - 31 JAN 1890)
Female Austin (1820/1825 - )

Notes

BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-BURIAL: "Green Hills Pioneers", a Livingston Co., MO Website, sponsored by Jim Stout. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~livcomo/Pioneers/index.html. Information obtained from censuses and a letter from Carolyn Sutton Clark. CONFLICT: This source gives
marriage as 20 Mar 1836, Livingston Co., MO.

MARRIAGE: Carroll County, MO Marriages 1833-1856.

LAND: In the Shoal Creek/Utica/Austinville region of Livingston County, MO the inter-related families of Andrew Bryan (father of Mary and Margaret who marr White Co., TN Austins), James L. Austin and brother John (Mary Bryan), and William Austin (Margaret Bryan), and unplaced Pleasant Austin from 1837-1851 purchased from BLM adjoining/or almost adjoining land. 7 Sep 1838 56T-25 R, Sec 4, NESW and NWSE. More later in 1851.

CENSUS: 1850 MO, Livingston, 51st Dist, 89; 1860 MO, Livingston, Monroe, p 942; 1880 MO, Carroll, Beaty, p 455.

OCCUPATION: Minister. Rev. James L. Austin officiated at the weddings of his cousin Thomas Austin, his cousin William's widow's marriage to James Anderson.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-CHILD: Records of Betty Helms MO 1997.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Records of Donna Stanfield MO 1998. James came to Livingston Co., MO in 1834 from Sparta, TN; in 1862 moved to Carroll Co., MO.

(2) A household headed by James AUSTIN is listed in the 1840 census of Monroe Township, Livingston County, MO.

Listed in James' household are 2 free white males under 5 years of age; 1 free white male between 20 and 30 years of age; 1 free white female under 5 years of age; and 1 free white female between 20 and 30 years of age.

Assuming that James is the free white male listed in the 1840 census as then being between 20 and 30 years of age, he would have been born between 1810 and 1820, according to the 1840 census.

Assuming that James' wife is the free white female listed in the 1840 census as then being between 20 and 30 years of age, she would have been born between 1810 and 1820, according to the 1840 census.

Assuming that the other persons in James' household are children of James and/or his wife, those children would have consisted of 2 sons (which sons would have been born between 1835 and 1840, according to the 1840 census) and 1 daughter (which daughter would have been born between 1835 and 1840, according to the 1840 census).
(3) A household headed by Jas. L. AUSTIN is listed in the 1850 census of District 51, Livingston County, MO.

Jas. L. is listed in the 1850 census as a farmer who was then 38 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1812. According to the 1850 census, he was born in TN.

Listed with Jas. L. is his wife, Rosa, who was then 33 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1817. According to the 1850 census, she was born in KY.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his son, Granville, who was then 13 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1837. According to the 1850 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his daughter, Emeline, who was then 12 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1838. According to the 1850 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his son, John, who was then 10 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1840. According to the 1850 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his son, David C., who was then 8 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1842. According to the 1850 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his son, Howard, who was then 6 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1844. According to the 1850 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his daughter, Amanda, who was then 4 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1846. According to the 1850 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his daughter, Mary E., who was then 1 year of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1849. According to the 1850 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with Jas. L. is Patsy CUNNINGHAM, who was then 64 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1786. According to the 1850 census, she was born in VA. The relationship between Jas. L. AUSTIN and Patsy CUNNINGHAM is not listed in the 1850 census.
(4) A household headed by James AUSTIN is listed in the 1860 census of Monroe Township, Livingston County, MO.

James is listed in the 1860 census as a farmer who was then 48 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1812. According to the 1860 census, he was born in TN.

Listed with James is his wife, Rosa, who was then 45 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1815. According to the 1860 census, she was born in KY.

Also listed with James is his son, Granville, who was then 23 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1837. According to the 1860 census, he was born in KY.

Also listed with James is his son, John, who was then 20 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1840. According to the 1860 census, he was born in KY.

Also listed with James is his son, Crocket, who was then 19 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1841. According to the 1860 census, he was born in KY.

Also listed with James is his son, Howard, who was then 16 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1844. According to the 1860 census, he was born in KY.

Also listed with James is his daughter, Amanda, who was then 14 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1846. According to the 1860 census, she was born in KY.

Also listed with James is his daughter, Mary, who was then 11 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1849. According to the 1860 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with James is his son, W. C., who was then 9 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1851. According to the 1860 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with James is his son, Spencer, who was then 7 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1853. According to the 1860 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with James is his daughter, Charlotte, who was then 5 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1855. According to the 1860 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with James is his daughter, Isabelle, who was then 1 year of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1859. According to the 1860 census, she was born in MO.
(5) A household headed by James L. AUSTEN is listed in the 1870 census of Wakenda Township, Carroll County, MO.

James L. is listed in the 1870 census as a farmer who was then 58 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, he was born in about 1812. According to the 1870 census, he was born in TN.

Listed with James L. is his wife, Rosey, who was then 53 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, she was born in about 1817. According to the 1870 census, she was born in KY.

Also listed with James L. is his son, Wm. C., who was then 18 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, he was born in about 1852. According to the 1870 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with James L. is his daughter, Mary, who was then 20 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, she was born in about 1850. According to the 1870 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with James L. is his daughter, Charlotta, who was then 17 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, she was born in about 1853. According to the 1870 census, she was born in MO.

Also listed with James L. is his son, Spence, who was then 14 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, he was born in about 1856. According to the 1870 census, he was born in MO.

Also listed with James L. is his son, Erasmus, who was then 6 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, he was born in about 1864. According to the 1870 census, he was born in MO.
(6) A household headed by Jas. L. AUSTIN is listed in the 1880 census of Beatty Township, Carroll County, MO.

Jas. L. is listed in the 1880 census as a farmer who was then 68 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1812. According to the 1880 census, he was born in TN, and both of his parents were born in VA.

Listed with Jas. L. is his wife, Rosa, who was then 62 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, she was born in about 1818. According to the 1880 census, she was born in KY, and both of her parents were born in KY.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his Mary, who was then 25 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, she was born in about 1855. According to the 1880 census, she was born in MO, her father was born in TN, and her mother was born in KY.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his son, Spence H., a farmer who was then 22 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1858. According to the 1880 census, he was born in MO, his father was born in TN, and his mother was born in KY.

Also listed with Jas. L. is his son, Rasmus, who was then 17 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1863. According to the 1880 census, he was born in MO, his father was born in TN, and his mother was born in KY.

(7) www.findagrave.com:

Rev James L. Austin
Birth: Mar. 29, 1812
Death: Jan. 20, 1890

Family links: Spouse: Rosy Maupin Austin (1817 - 1882); Children: Granvill Austin (1838 - 1898), Amanda L Austin Hart (1846 - 1926); Mary Elizabeth Austin (1849 - 1924), William Columbus Austin (1851 - 1913), Erasmus Austin (1862 - 1942)

Burial: Ebenezer Cemetery, Bogard, Carroll County, Missouri, USA

Created by: DNew (inactive)
Record added: May 10, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5435631 
AUSTIN, Rev. James L. (I33033)
 
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Thomas Maupin
Sex: M

Marriage
Wife: Elizabeth Austin (1804/1810 - )
Married: 5 FEB 1837 at Livingston Co., MO

Children

Notes 
MAUPIN, Thomas (I33039)
 
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Andrew Austin
Sex: M

Born: 30 JUL 1799 at Laurel Springs, Ashe Co., NC
Died: 18 SEP 1888 at Ashe Co., NC
Buried: at Austin-Tucker Family Cemetery, Peak Creek, Ashe, NC

Marriage
Wife: Lousanna "Lucinda" Bryant (4 NOV 1804 - 11 MAY 1875)
Married: Abt 1827

Children
Edwin Austin (Abt 1829 - ____)
Lucy Austin (16 MAY 1831 - 4 JUL 1923)
Phoebe Austin (Abt 1833 - ____)
Nancy Austin (25 DEC 1835 - 1925)
Rebecca Austin (6 JUN 1837 - 5 NOV 1866)
Mary Austin (17 OCT 1840 - 9 JAN 1875)
Martha Austin (Abt 1843 - ____)
Margaret Austin (Abt 1845 - ____)
George Bryant Austin (5 NOV 1848 - 9 JUL 1922)

Parents
Father: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Mother: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Siblings
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Notes

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: The Andrew Austin family history on p 121 of the "Ashe Co., NC Heritage Book," by Mrs. Hazel Green (Austin) Koontz, of Laurel Springs, NC (copy available in the Greensboro, NC Public Library). Hazel Green Austin is Andrew Austin's great grand-daughter.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis.

CENSUS-RESIDENCE: 1850 NC, Ashe, p 291; 1860 US Census for the Southeast District known as Peak Creek, Ashe Co., NC, Household #913-913, p 370 (enumerated 15 Aug 1860) lists Andrew 61, his wife 56, Nancy 25, Rebeca 22, Margaret 13 and George 11, RE valued at $1,040 - all born in North Carolina; 1870 NC, Ashe, Peak Creek, p 541; 1880 NC, Ashe, Peak Creek, p 515.

BIRTH-DEATH-PARENTS: Austin-Tucker Family Cemetery (1863), Upper Cranberry Creek Rd., Peak Creek township, Ashe Co., NC. Transcription supplied by Jason Tucker, July 2007, unknown transcriber. 
AUSTIN, Andrew (I26514)
 
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Andrew Austin
Sex: M

Parents
Father: Unknown Austin (____ - ____)

Siblings
Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Andrew Austin (____ - ____)
Robert "Bob" Austin (____ - ____)

Notes

SIBLINGS: "Some Recollections of David Washington Austin 1849-1939", submitted by Dollie Countiss. published in "The Southwest Virginian", Vol. III, # 18, December 1980.

This is an extensive article and should be read by every descendant of Bartholomew and Anne. Copy in AFAOA Virginia Notebook B, pages 217+. "To begin with on my Father's side, there was Bartholomew Austin, my grandfather. Bartholomew with two brothers, Andrew and Bob, came to this country from England when they were young men. Of the other two brothers, I know very little, but Bartholomew settled in what is now Grayson Co., Virginia. . . ." 
AUSTIN, Andrew (I26508)
 
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Anna Reeves
Sex: F

Born: 12 JAN 1775 at New River Plantation, Grayson, VA
Died: 18 FEB 1870 at Pound, Wise, VA
Buried: at Austin Cemetery, Wise Co., VA

Marriage
Husband: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Married: Abt 1790/1791

Children
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - _____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - _____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - _____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - _____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - _____)

Parents
Father: George Reeves (1735 - 15 NOV 1811)
Mother: Jane Burton (1745 - 5 MAY 1811)

Siblings
Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Notes
BIRTH-MARRIAGE-RESIDENCE-DEATH-PARENTS: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis. NOTE: Curtis states she was born 1773/74 at the New River Plantation, Grayson Co., VA.

BIRTH-DEATH-PARENT: Austin Cemetery, Pound, Wise, VA, south of the Mountain Rd.

CENSUS-RESIDENCE: 1850 US Census for District 19, Grayson Co., VA, Household #974-974, p 230 (enumerated 8 Oct 1850) lists Anna widow, and son John.

CENSUS-RESIDENCE: 1860 US Census for the Elk Creek Post Office District, Alleghany Co., NC, Household #31-29 (enumerated 20 Jun 1860) lists Ann Austin, 80, midwife, born VA, living alone.

CENSUS-DEATH: 1870 US Census for Robinson Twp., Wise Co., VA. Anna's death is recorded on the 1870 Mortality Schedule that was taken during the 1870 US Census for Robinson Twp, Wise Co., VA. 
REEVES, Anna (I26507)
 
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Bartholomew Austin
Sex: M

Born: Abt 1768
Died: Abt 1841 at Cumberland Gap, KY

Marriage
Wife: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)
Married: Abt 1790/1791

Children
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Parents
Father: Unknown Austin (____ - ____)

Siblings
Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Andrew Austin (____ - ____)
Robert "Bob" Austin (____ - ____)

Notes

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis.

SIBLINGS-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: "Some Recollections of David Washington Austin 1849-1939", submitted by Dollie Countiss. published in "The Southwest Virginian", Vol. III, # 18, December 1980.

This is an extensive article and should be read by every descendant of Bartholomew and Anne. Copy in AFAOA Virginia Notebook B, pages 217+. "To begin with on my father's side, there was Bartholomew Austin, my grandfather. Bartholomew with two brothers, Andrew and Bob, came to this country from England when they were young men. Of the other two brothers, I know very little, but Bartholomew settled in what is now Grayson Co., Virginia. . . ."

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: "Some Sandy Basin Characters" by Elihu Jasper Sutherland of Clintwood, VA, copyright 1962. Copy in AFAOA Virginia B Notebook, page 205+.

CENSUS-BIRTH: 1830 US Census for Ashe Co., NC placed his birth at 1760-1770.

BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Mrs. Mae Schokey, of Pound, Wise, VA, 1959 to Janet Austin Curtis, AFAOA genealogist, Virginia B Notebook, 323.

RESIDENCE: In the Wythe Co., VA Tax Book, Bartholomew was taxed in 1793.

CENSUS-CHILDREN: It would appear from the 1820 US Census for Ashe Co., NC that all 13 of Bartholomew's and Anna's children were still at home, but the census form listed two age groups in which one duplicated that already listed (i.e. the 16-18 age group is a duplication of those in the 16-26 age group - this occurring only when males between the ages of 16-18 were in the household). The 1820 census, p 3 read as follows: Bat Auston, 3 males under 10 years; 3 males 10-16 years; 1 male 16-18 (this one would also be included in the following age group): 3 males 16-26; 1 male over 45; 1 female under 10 years old; 1 female 10-16; 1 female 10-16; 1 female 16-25 and 1 female over 45 years old. The son that had already left home by the 1820 census was probably William or Isaiah. Jesse and Andrew both married after the 1820 census.

CENSUS-RESIDENCE: 1850 US Census for Grayson Co., VA, District 19, Household #974-974, p 230 (enumerated 8 Oct 1850) lists Anna widow, and son John.

CENSUS-RESIDENCE: 1860 US Census for the Elk Creek Post Office District, Alleghany Co., NC, Household #31-29 (enumerated 20 Jun 1860) lists Ann Austin, 80, midwife, born VA, living alone.

DEATH: Bartholomew Austin died around 1841 at Cumberland Gap, KY, en-route to/or from visiting relatives in KY. The source for Bartholomew's death was word of mouth conversation between E. Ray Austin, Ruth Marshall Austin, and Ann Dawson Thomas, of Amelia, VA, in the late 1980's or early 1990's. This information was passed on to Ann previously, but she doesn't remember her source. NOTE: Anna Reeves was listed as a widow in the 1850 US Census (see above), so Bartholomew obviously died before 8 Oct 1850. ACTION: Death date & place must be verified. 
AUSTIN, Bartholomew (I26505)
 
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Isaiah Austin
Sex: M

Born: 4 OCT 1793 at VA
Died: Aft 1870 at Livingston Co., MO

Marriage
Wife: Mary Polly _____ (Abt 1796 - ____)

Children
David Austin (1819 - 1894)
Edwin Austin (Abt 1821 - 31 MAR 1905)
Jesse Austin (20 DEC 1822 - ____)
Andrew Austin (1828 - ____)
Amanda Austin (1828 - ____)
Nancy Ann Austin (1829 - ____)
Frances Austin (Abt 1830 - ____)
Polly A. Austin (Abt 1832 - ____)
Elijah Austin (Abt 1835 - ____)

Marriage
Wife: Anna _____ (1809 - Aft 1880)

Parents
Father: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Mother: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Siblings
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Notes

BIRTH: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis.

RESIDENCE: Possibly 1830 census Boone Co., MO 1840-1870 census Livingston Co., MO. History book says Isaiah was a first settler in Cream Ridge in 1839.

LAND: Purchased about 260 acres in Section 18, T 59, R 23 over several years. Also purchased land in Grundy Co., adjoining brother David.

CENSUS: 1850 MO, Livingston, Dist 51, p 51; 1860 MO, Livingston, Chillicothe, p 964; 1870 MO, Livingston, Cream Ridge, p 522; 1880 MO, Livingston, Cream Ridge, p 13 with wife Anna's son J. Thomas Ballinger and family.

CHILDREN: 1850 and 1860 US census for Livingston Co., MO. 
AUSTIN, Isaiah (I26511)
 
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Jane Austin
Sex: F

Born: 20 SEP 1795 at VA
Died: 1882

Marriage
Husband: Unknown _____ (____ - ____)

Children
Polly Austin (1825 - ____)
Nancy Austin (1832 - ____)
Calvin Austin (1833 - ____)

Marriage
Husband: Henry Vanover (27 NOV 1792 - 13 MAR 1875)

Parents
Father: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Mother: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Siblings
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Notes

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis.

CENSUS-MARRIAGE: 1850 NC, Ashe, p 238. With her are Nancy Austin, b 1832, Calvin Austin, b 1830, and Polly Austin b 1825. children of a previous marriage/lia[i]son?

CENSUS: 1850 NC, Ashe, p 238; 1860 NC, Alleghany, Gap Civil, p 181; 1870 NC, Alleghany, Prathers Creek, p 288; 1880 NC, Alleghany, Prathers Creek, p 235, with Polly and Eli Osborn. 
AUSTIN, Jane (I26512)
 
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Jessee Austin
Sex: M

Born: 5 JAN 1797 at Wilkes Co., NC
Died: 19 JUN 1890 at Pound, Wise, VA
Buried: at Austin Cemetery, Pound, Wise, VA

Marriage
Wife: Margaret Douglas (24 MAR 1818 - 19 JAN 1895)
Married: Abt 1834 at Grayson Co., VA

Children
Matilda "Tilda" Ann Austin (4 DEC 1835 - 23 JUL 1919)
Sarilda Austin (24 SEP 1837 - 17 FEB 1896)
Andrew Jackson "Jack" Austin (1839 - Abt 1863)
Ann Reeves Austin (12 JUN 1842 - 7 MAR 1873)
Margaret Jane Austin (30 JUN 1844 - 30 MAY 1914)
Jesse Franklin "Jess" Austin (12 MAR 1847 - 3 JAN 1899)
David Washington Austin (24 APR 1849 - 6 JUL 1939)
William Douglas "Bill" Austin (6 AUG 1851 - 1 MAR 1917)
Julia Ann Austin (13 JUN 1854 - 10 OCT 1930)
Mahala E. Austin (15 NOV 1856 - 5 DEC 1950)
Thomas Jefferson Austin (30 JUL 1859 - 4 DEC 1899)
Jerusha Austin (1863 - APR 1900)

Parents
Father: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Mother: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Siblings
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Notes

BIRTH-MARRIAGE: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis. CONFLICT: Curtis' b. date of 1797 for Jesse conflicts with date given in the 1850 census.

BIRTH-DEATH: Austin Cemetery, Pound, Wise, VA, south of the Mountain Rd.

CENSUS-BIRTH-RESIDENCE: 1850 US Census for District 19, Grayson Co., VA, Household #984-984, p 231 (enumerated 9 Oct 1850) lists Jesse 51 b. NC, farmer with RE of $3,086; Margaret his wife 32 NC; Matilda 15 VA; Sarilda 13 VA; Andrew J. 10 VA; Ann 8 VA; Margaret J. 6 VA; Jesse F. 3 VA; David W. VA. 1860 KY, Pike, 16-160; 1880, Wise, Robinson, p 304.

BIOGRAPHY: In a ca. 1934 article published in "The Southside Virginian", Vol. VI, #28, Jun 1983 issue, Norton, VA, on p 55, David Washington Austin (Jesse's son) related the story of his family's travels: Two years after leaving Grayson Co., VA for Ashe Co., NC, the Jesse Austin family were ready to move on to newer country. On 15 Nov 1855, Jesse Austin gathered together his family and all his earthly possessions and made ready to head for the mountains of Kentucky. There were 29 in the company, 12 in Jesse Austin's family, 12 in John Poplin's family, Jim Ashly, Abe Gooch, Enoch Cox, Jess Parsons, and Bets Howell. They had 5 wagons pulled by 2 yokes of oxen and 3 teams of horses. The also had two other horses and five head of cattle, four milk cows and one heifer. They drove through Washington Co., VA near Iron Mountain and into Wise Co., VA where Jesse Austin met one of his mother's cousins Terrial Cox, who had come to that part of the country some time before. Cox persuaded Jesse and his family to remain with him until Spring. This was on 20 Dec 1855. So they rented a little house and lived in Wise Co., VA until March of 1856 when they moved to Elkhorn Creek on the same bottoms where Mudtown is now. They lived there until the outbreak of the Civil War, 1861, and then moved back to Wise Co., VA. They settled in the south of the mountain in what is now called White Oak. There they pioneered in a woodland that Jesse had purchased previously.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: "Some Sandy Basin Characters" by Elihu Jasper Sutherland of Clintwood, VA, copyright 1962. Copy in AFAOA Virginia B Notebook, page 205+. Contributors to Jesse's article are David W. Austin, Ardelia (Austin) Whittaker, Hon. William B. Austin and Dollie Countiss.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-OCCUPATION-DEATH: Mrs. Mae Schokey, of Pound, Wise, VA, 1959 to Janet Austin Curtis, AFAOA genealogist, Virginia Notebook, Vol. B, p 324. NOTE: Jesse was a Baptist preacher, farmer and surveyor.

RESIDENCE-LOCALE: "Family Burying Grounds of Wise Co., VA" by James Taylor Adams, Southwest Virginian, Norton, VA ( no year, but probably the late 1930's) . "The settlement around the forks of The Pound, now generally known as Austin's Store, was called Donkey in the olden days and was a rendezvous for bad men. I have heard old citizens say that around 1900 the place bore such an evil reputation that travelers on the old Pound Gap Turnpike (now US 23) would go out of their way and around it. One day, eleven years ago, One-Eyed Dock Mullins told me in Austin Store, in the presense of George Fields Austin, that he had compiled a list of 51 killings that had occurred within a radius of four miles of where he stood.".

FATHER-OCCUPATIONS: "The Heritage of Wise County and the city of Norton, 1856-1993", Walswoth Publishing, 1993. entry submitted by G. F.and Fields Austin of Pound, VA. : preacher, school teacher, surveyor, farmer; wife a school teacher.

LAND: Deed, Ashe Co., NC, 16 May 1837, Robert Austin to Jesse Austin, witnesses John and Jackson Austin. 
AUSTIN, Jessee (I26513)
 
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Lousanna "Lucinda" Bryant
Sex: F

Born: 4 NOV 1804 at NC
Died: 11 MAY 1875 at Ashe Co., NC
Buried: at Austin-Tucker Family Cemetery, Peak Creek, Ashe, NC

Marriage
Husband: Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Married: Abt 1827

Children
Edwin Austin (Abt 1829 - ____)
Lucy Austin (16 MAY 1831 - 4 JUL 1923)
Phoebe Austin (Abt 1833 - ____)
Nancy Austin (25 DEC 1835 - 1925)
Rebecca Austin (6 JUN 1837 - 5 NOV 1866)
Mary Austin (17 OCT 1840 - 9 JAN 1875)
Martha Austin (Abt 1843 - ____)
Margaret Austin (Abt 1845 - ____)
George Bryant Austin (5 NOV 1848 - 9 JUL 1922)

Parents
Father: Henry Bryant (____ - ____)
Mother: Lucy _____ (____ - ____)

Siblings
Lousanna "Lucinda" Bryant (4 NOV 1804 - 11 MAY 1875)

Notes

CENSUS-BIRTH: 1860 US Census for the Southeast District known as Peak Creek, Ashe Co., NC; 1870 NC, Ashe, Peak Creek, p 541 with her grandson Franklin.

MARRIAGE: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis. NOTE: Curtis names bride & groom, but does not give marriage date.

BIRTH-DEATH-PARENTS-SPOUSE: Austin-Tucker Family Cemetery (1863), Upper Cranberry Creek Rd., Peak Creek township, Ashe Co., NC. Transcription supplied by Jason Tucker, July 2007, unknown transcriber. 
BRYANT, Lousanna (I26760)
 
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Margaret Douglas
Sex: F

Born: 24 MAR 1818 at Ashe Co., NC
Died: 19 JAN 1895 at Pound, Wise, VA
Buried: at Austin Cemetery, Pound, Wise, VA

Marriage
Husband: Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Married: Abt 1834 at Grayson Co., VA

Children
Matilda "Tilda" Ann Austin (4 DEC 1835 - 23 JUL 1919)
Sarilda Austin (24 SEP 1837 - 17 FEB 1896)
Andrew Jackson "Jack" Austin (1839 - Abt 1863)
Ann Reeves Austin (12 JUN 1842 - 7 MAR 1873)
Margaret Jane Austin (30 JUN 1844 - 30 MAY 1914)
Jesse Franklin "Jess" Austin (12 MAR 1847 - 3 JAN 1899)
David Washington Austin (24 APR 1849 - 6 JUL 1939)
William Douglas "Bill" Austin (6 AUG 1851 - 1 MAR 1917)
Julia Ann Austin (13 JUN 1854 - 10 OCT 1930)
Mahala E. Austin (15 NOV 1856 - 5 DEC 1950)
Thomas Jefferson Austin (30 JUL 1859 - 4 DEC 1899)
Jerusha Austin (1863 - APR 1900)

Parents
Father: John Douglas (____ - ____)
Mother: Margaret Cox (____ - ____)

Siblings
Margaret Douglas (24 MAR 1818 - 19 JAN 1895)

Notes

CENSUS-BIRTH: 1850 US Census for Grayson Co., VA.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Janet Austin Curtis, Virginia Notebook, Vol. 2, p 324.

BIRTH-DEATH: Austin Cemetery, Pound, Wise, VA, south of the Mountain Rd. 
DOUGLAS, Margaret (I26759)
 
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Nancy Austin
Sex: F

Born: 1832 at NC

Parents
Father: Unknown _____ (____ - ____)
Mother: Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)

Siblings
Polly Austin (1825 - ____)
Nancy Austin (1832 - ____)
Calvin Austin (1833 - ____) 
AUSTIN, Nancy (I26753)
 
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Polly Austin
Sex: F

Born: 1825 at NC

Marriage
Husband: Eli Osborn (____ - ____)
Married: 11 NOV 1854 at Ashe Co., NC

Parents
Father: Unknown _____ (____ - ____)
Mother: Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)

Siblings
Polly Austin (1825 - ____)
Nancy Austin (1832 - ____)
Calvin Austin (1833 - ____)

Notes

MARRIAGE: Marriage Records of Ashe Co., NC 1801-1872

CENSUS: 1850 NC, Ashe, p 238; 1860 NC, Alleghany, Gap Civil, p 181; 1870 NC, Alleghany, Prathers Creek, p 288; 1880 NC, Alleghany, Prathers Creek, p 235. 
AUSTIN, Polly (I26752)
 
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Robert "Bob" Austin
Sex: M

Parents
Father: Unknown Austin (____ - ____)

Siblings
Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Andrew Austin (____ - ____)
Robert "Bob" Austin (____ - ____)

Notes

SIBLINGS: "Some Recollections of David Washington Austin 1849-1939", submitted by Dollie Countiss. published in "The Southwest Virginian", Vol. III, # 18, December 1980.

This is an extensive article and should be read by every descendant of Bartholomew and Anne. Copy in AFAOA Virginia Notebook B, pages 217+. "To begin with on my Father's side, there was Bartholomew Austin, my grandfather. Bartholomew with two brothers, Andrew and Bob, came to this country from England when they were young men. Of the other two brothers, I know very little, but Bartholomew settled in what is now Grayson Co., Virginia. . . ."

LAND: Deed, Ashe Co., NC, 1 Jun 1822. Robert Austin from Peter Haet, witness B. Austin. Prater's Creek of New River.; Deed, Ashe Co., NC, 16 May 1837, Robert Austin to Jesse Austin , witnesses John and Jackson Austin. 
AUSTIN, Robert (I26509)
 
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Unknown Austin
Sex: M

Born: at England

Children
Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Andrew Austin (____ - ____)
Robert "Bob" Austin (____ - ____)

Notes

Some sources say William. 
AUSTIN, --- (I26506)
 
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William Austin
Sex: M

Born: 17 MAR 1792 at Grayson Co., VA

Marriage
Wife: Isabella Parsons (1806 - ____)
Married: 22 JAN 1827 at Grayson Co., VA

Parents
Father: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Mother: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Siblings
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Notes

BIRTH: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis.

CENSUS: 1840 NC, Ashe Co., p 1.

SPOUSE-MARRIAGE: Annette Potter Family Genealogy. http://yeapotter.com. 
AUSTIN, William (I26510)
 
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William Austin
Sex: M

Born: 17 MAR 1792 at Grayson Co., VA

Marriage
Wife: Isabella Parsons (1806 - ____)
Married: 22 JAN 1827 at Grayson Co., VA

Parents
Father: Bartholomew Austin (Abt 1768 - Abt 1841)
Mother: Anna Reeves (12 JAN 1775 - 18 FEB 1870)

Siblings
William Austin (17 MAR 1792 - ____)
Isaiah Austin (4 OCT 1793 - Aft 1870)
Jane Austin (20 SEP 1795 - 1882)
Jessee Austin (5 JAN 1797 - 19 JUN 1890)
Andrew Austin (30 JUL 1799 - 18 SEP 1888)
Lucinda Austin (Abt 1802 - ____)
David Austin (Abt 1804 - Abt 1865)
John Austin (25 FEB 1806 - 1865/1866)
George Austin (13 JUL 1808 - 20 JUN 1852)
Robert Austin (10 NOV 1811 - FEB 1879)
Prudence "Prudy" Austin (10 FEB 1813 - ____)
Jackson Austin (26 FEB 1815 - ____)
Edwin Austin (22 DEC 1817 - ____)

Notes

BIRTH: "Virginia Genealogist," October-December 1961 edition, p 150, in an article entitled "Southside Virginia Austins," by Janet Austin Curtis.

CENSUS: 1840 NC, Ashe Co., p 1.

SPOUSE-MARRIAGE: Annette Potter Family Genealogy. http://yeapotter.com. 
PARSONS, Isabella (I26740)
 
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(1) "Benedict Arnold," Encyclopædia Britannica, 2010, ??2010 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.:

Benedict Arnold, (b. January 14, 1741, Norwich, Connecticut [U.S.] - d. June 14, 1801, London, England), patriot officer who served the cause of the American Revolution until 1779, when he shifted his allegiance to the British; thereafter his name became an epithet for traitor in the United States.

Upon the outbreak of hostilities at Lexington, Massachusetts (April 1775), Arnold volunteered for service and participated with Ethan Allen in the successful colonial attack on British-held Fort Ticonderoga, New York, the following month. That autumn he was appointed by General George Washington to command an expedition to capture Quebec. He marched with 700 men by way of the Maine wilderness, a remarkable feat of woodsmanship and endurance, and, reinforced by General Richard Montgomery, attacked the well-fortified city. The combined assault (December 31, 1775) failed, Montgomery was killed, and Arnold was severely wounded.

Promoted to the rank of brigadier general, Arnold constructed a flotilla on Lake Champlain and inflicted severe losses on a greatly superior enemy fleet near Valcour Island, New York (October 11, 1776). He returned a hero, but his rash courage and impatient energy had aroused the enmity of several officers. When in February 1777 Congress created five new major generalships, Arnold was passed over in favour of his juniors. Arnold resented this affront, and only Washington???s personal persuasion kept him from resigning.

Two months later he repelled a British attack on Danbury, Connecticut, and was made a major general, but his seniority was not restored and Arnold felt his honour impugned. Again he tried to resign, but in July he accepted a government order to help stem the British advance into upper New York. He won a victory at Fort Stanwix (now Rome) in August 1777 and commanded advance battalions at the Battle of Saratoga that autumn, fighting brilliantly until seriously wounded. For his services he was restored to his proper relative rank.

Crippled from his wounds, Arnold was placed in command of Philadelphia (June 1778), where he socialized with families of loyalist sympathies and lived extravagantly. To raise money, he violated several state and military regulations, arousing the suspicions and, finally, the denunciations of Pennsylvania???s supreme executive council. These charges were then referred to Congress, and Arnold asked for an immediate court-martial to clear himself.

Meanwhile, in April 1779, Arnold married Margaret (Peggy) Shippen, a young woman of loyalist sympathies. Early in May he made secret overtures to British headquarters, and a year later he informed the British of a proposed American invasion of Canada. He later revealed that he expected to obtain the command of West Point, New York, and asked the British for ??20,000 for betraying this post. When his British contact, Major John Andr??, was captured by the Americans, Arnold escaped on a British ship, leaving Andr?? to be hanged as a spy. The sacrifice of Andr?? made Arnold odious to loyalists, and his reputation was further tarnished among his former neighbours when he led a raid on New London, Connecticut, in September 1781.

At the end of 1781 Arnold went to England, where he remained, inactive, ostracized, and ailing, for the rest of his life.

(2) http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk:

Description: Will of Benedict Arnold, Brigadier General of City of London
Date [proved]:18 July 1801
Catalogue reference: PROB 11/1360
Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece: Name of Register: Abercrombie Quire Numbers: 438 - 491
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

(3) www.findagrave.com:

Benedict Arnold [V]
Birth: Jan. 14, 1741, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, USA
Death: Jun. 14, 1801, London, Greater London, England

Revolutionary War Continental Major General, Reknown Traitor. The son of Benedict Arnold and Hannah Waterman King, Benedict Jr was schooled in Canterbury, Connecticut. Financial problems at home forced his return to Connecticut, and eventually he established an Apothecary business after serving an apprenticeship with his cousins, Daniel and Joshua Lathrop. He established an Apothecary in New Haven, Connecticut, with his sister, Hannah. In 1767, he married Margaret Mansfield, and together they had 3 sons; she died in 1775. In 1775, he was a Captain in the Governor's Second Company of Guards, and he immediately took them to capture Fort Ticonderoga. His small unit met up with Colonel Ethan Allen and joined forces to capture Fort Ticonderoga. Initially, he billed the Continental Congress for his expenses, and it took nearly 2 years to pay him. In the meantime, George Washington had promoted him to Colonel, and he was given command of an expedition to sieze Canada from British control. This expedition failed at Montreal, however, Arnold's superior leadership was noted. Despite the failure of the Canada Expedition, Washington had Arnold promoted to Brigadier General. His hot temper caused many arguments with fellow officers, and even though he routed the British Army at Danbury, CT, winning promotion to Major General, his disenchantment with the American Revolution was growing. In 1777, he sided with General Schuyler in a dispute between Schuyler and General Horatio Gates. Two months later, at the American victory at Saratoga, General Gates ignored Arnold's accomplishments to help win the victory. Arnold broke his leg at Freeman's Farm during the battle, and Gates' intense dislike of him almost caused him to resign. Washington had him recalled, to be with him at Valley Forge, and when Philadelphia was recaptured, Arnold was named Commandant of the city. While in Philadelphia, Arnold met and married Peggy Shippen, a young 19 year old Loyalist; they later had 5 children. She put her husband in contact with Major John Andre, chief of intelligence for British General Henry Clinton. In correspondence, Arnold offered Clinton the strategic fort of West Point, along with 20,000 American soldiers, in exchange for a British commission and 10,000 pounds. When Major John Andre was captured and this was reported to Arnold, he realized that his treason would soon be discovered, and he immediately defected to the British. The British gave Arnold the 10,000 pounds, a commission as a Brigadier General, a pension when he retired, and land in Canada. Even though Arnold served the British Army well, they never trusted him. After the war, he moved to London, but could find no job. He entered the shipping business in Canada, but the Tories there disliked him, so he returned to London, where he died in 1801, virtually unknown, and penniless. (bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson)

Family links: Parents: Benedict Arnold [III] (1683 - 1761), Hannah Waterman Arnold (1708 - 1759); Children: James Robertson Arnold (____ - 1854), Richard Arnold, Benedict Arnold (1768 - 1795), Henry Arnold (1772 - 1826), Edward Shippen Arnold (1780 - 1813), Sophia Matilda Arnold Phipps (1785 - 1828), George Arnold (1787 - 1828), William Fitch Arnold (1794 - ____); Spouses: Margaret Mansfield Arnold (1745 - 1775), Margaret Shippen Arnold (1760 - 1804).

Burial: St Mary Churchyard, Battersea, Greater London, England
Plot: Crypt in the Basement

Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Sep 21, 1998
Find A Grave Memorial# 3595 
ARNOLD, Gen. Benedict V (I24098)
 
235 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I27416)
 
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(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, p. 287, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

JOHN CALVERT, III, b. circa 1700; d. 1739, m. circa 1720, Elizabeth HARRISON, evidently a dau. of Benjamin HARRISON, III, b. 1673, d. 1710, and his wife, Elizabeth BURWELL of Virginia, whither he had moved and where he d., in Prince William County.

ISSUE

I. GEORGE, V., b. circa 1722. . . .

II. Cecilius.

III. William.

IV. Thomas (?). 
CALVERT, John (I18364)
 
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(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, p. 287, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

The first known ancestor of this famous family is John CALVERT of Danby Wiske, Yorkshire, England, temp. Henry VIII; he m., wife's name not given.

ISSUE

I. LEONARD, b. circa 1550. . . .

(2) Nicklin, John Bailey Calvert, "The Calvert Family," in Maryland Marriages and Genealogies, 1634-1820, Maryland Genealogies, Vol. 1, The Calvert Family, pp. 133-134, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

The task confronting anyone who attempts to compile a genealogy of this distinguished family, whose history for a century and a half was that of Maryland, is almost forbidding, for doubt and mystery, tradition and myth have long concealed the facts and the truth of their lineage and history. And the legitimate male descendants of Governor the Honorable Leonard Calvert (1606-1647) have been ignored, while the descendants of Benedict Swingate (otherwise Calvert of "Mt. Airy") have received the attention of historians and. genealogists, having produced many noted men and women.

Even the origin of this family is wrapped in obscurity and the etymology of the name is scarcely pleasing, if enlightening, for it is said to have been derived from the calve-herd, i. e., a keeper of a herd of calves: The name appears as early as 1366 when Margaretta Calverd (sic) is found on the Durham Manorial Rolls, and it is evidently an old Yorkshire name and there is little to support the "tradition" that they were of Flanders, although Calvaert was a not unknown Flemish name. What was the origin of the Calvert Arms (viz. : paley of six, or and sable, a bend counterchanged) does not appear, but Richard St. George, the Norroy King-at-Arms, is responsible for the addition of the crest of the Flemish Calverts when he issued an exemplification of arms in 1622 to Sir George Calvert (1579-1632), Knight (afterwards the first Lord Baltimore).

The monumental inscription on the tomb of the first Baron mentioned his father Leonard (and his grandfather, John Calvert), who was a country gentleman of means, who lived, near Danby Wiske, at an estate called Kiplin, in the valley of the Swale, Yorkshire. This Leonard Calvert was born about 1550 and married, about 1575, Grace (more often called Alicia) Crossland, daughter of Thomas Crossland (who died Aug., 1587) and Joanna, his wife (who died July, 1575). The issue of this marriage is unknown save one son, George Calvert, the Founder of Maryland, but it is probably [probable ?] that Mary Calvert (who was born in 1586 and married, in 1606, Captain Isaac Chapline, R. N.) was a daughter of Leonard Calvert and Grace Crossland. (Two of their sons settled in America: John Chapline in Virginia and William Chapline in Maryland). In his will, the first Lord Baltimore refers to his "kindred" in the "North" (i.e., of England,-Yorkshire), but there is no record of any of them and he mentions none by name.

THE TITLED LINE . . .

JOHN CALVERT, of Kiplin, near Danby Wiske, Yorkshire, temp, Henry VIII., m. _____.

ISSUE: . . .

i. LEONARD, b. c. 1550. . . . 
CALVERT, John (I18356)
 
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(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, p. 289, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

LEONARD CALVERT, II, b. 1606; d. 1647; he was Prothonotary and Keeper of the Writs in Connaught and Thomond, Ireland, in 1621, and was Governor of Maryland from 1633 to 1647, having been appointed by his brother, Cecilius, Lord Baltimore; he came with the Ark and the Dove in 1633 and in 1641 returned to England, so it must have been about this time that he was m. to Anne BRENT (who predeceased him), a dau. of Richard and Elizabeth (REED) BRENT of Larke Stoke and Admington, Gloucestershire, and a sister of "Mistress Margaret Brent," Mary, Giles and Fulke BRENT, who migrated to the Province.

ISSUE

I. WILLIAM, b. 1642. . . .

II. Anne, b. 1644; d. circa 1714; m. (firstly) 1664, Baker BROOKE, b. 1628, d. 1679; m. (secondly) circa 1680, her cousin, Henry BRENT, d. 1693; m. (thirdly) circa 1694, Richard MARSHAM, d. 1713; m. (fourthly) Judge TASEER. 
CALVERT, Leonard II (I18359)
 
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(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, p. 289, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

Philip, b. 1626; d. 1682; m. (firstly) Anne WOLSELEY; m. (secondly) Jane SEWELL, step-dau. of his uncle, Charles, Lord Baltimore.

(2) Nicklin, John Bailey Calvert, "The Calvert Family," in Maryland Marriages and Genealogies, 1634-1820, Maryland Genealogies, Vol. 1, The Calvert Family, p. 138, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

Philip, b. 1626; d. 1682. He came to Maryland in 1660 and was long Chancellor; in 1669 he was Deputy Governor of the Province. Although twice married, he appears to have died issueless. He m. (1.) about 1658, Anne Wolseley (a first cousin of Jane Lowe Sewall, Lady Baltimore, q. v.), dau. of Sir Thomas Wolseley of Staffordshire, England; m. (2.) 1681, Jane Sewall, dau. of Jane (Lowe) Sewall, Lady Baltimore, by her first husband, Henry Sewall, M. D., of Maryland. Philip Calvert died shortly after his second marriage and his widow (Jane Sewall) married, secondly, John Paxton.

(3) http://www.stmaryscity.org/History/Philip%20Calvert%20Essay.html:

Philip Calvert (1626-1682), Consummate Public Servant and Keeper of the Conscience of Maryland

by Dr. Lois Green Carr, Historian, Historic St. Mary's City and Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, Director, Maryland State Archives

When Philip Calvert died shortly after December 22, 1682, he was about fifty-six years old. Recently wed for a second time to a woman thirty-five years his junior, the proud possessor of the largest mansion built in 17th-century Maryland, and the owner of a magnificent library, he left no known surviving children. His legacy was his work of the previous twenty-six years as one of Maryland's most influential leaders.

Philip Calvert was the sixth son of George Calvert, first Lord Baltimore. Philip may have been born on his father's Irish estates where his father planned to establish a haven for English Catholics and to which he brought his family to escape religious persecution and the bubonic plague. By 1630, at the age of four, Philip was in London in the care of a waiting maid who barely escaped death from the plague. When his father died suddenly in 1632, Philip was left ??300 and placed in the charge of his half brother, Cecil Calvert, second Lord Baltimore for his "education and maintenance."

Cecil Calvert kept residences in London, first in Drury Lane and then in Bloomsbury Square, and one in the country near Salisbury, called Hook House. How Philip was educated is not certain. Perhaps he was tutored at home. Possibly he attended a Jesuit College at St. Omer's in Douai, now in Northern France, as did at least three of his half brothers. From the surviving records in his own hand, he was trained well. His neat script, clear language, breadth of reading, and the care with which he implemented the many facets of government in Maryland, all point to a powerfully analytical and ordered mind.

Philip Calvert, with his wife Anne Wolsey, a devout Catholic, arrived in Maryland in 1657. He came as the family member selected by Cecil Calvert to oversee the re-establishment of Lord Baltimore's government, which radical Protestants, with the support of Virginia, had seized in 1654. The Virginians and Maryland radicals-usually called Puritans-doubtless expected that Cromwell's government would support their move, but they suffered a disagreeable surprise. At the insistence of English authorities, Lord Baltimore and the Governor of Virginia came to an agreement in 1657 that returned control of the Maryland Province to its proprietor.

When Lord Baltimore moved to re-establish his government, he dared not appoint a Catholic governor. Instead he selected Josias Fendall, who had been loyal to him during the years of Puritan rule. But he did appoint Philip as councilor, provincial court justice, principal secretary and judge of probate. In these roles Philip participated in all decisions and had control of all the records, even if he did have to swear in Fendall as governor.

Philip's presence in the Maryland government must have been of first importance as Fendall and he selected officials and re-established proprietary institutions. Philip was a trusted link between Lord Baltimore and his colony in a day when it took twelve weeks to communicate between London and the Chesapeake. His role became crucial in 1660, when Fendall proved disloyal and attempted a coup to establish an independent Maryland commonwealth. When the coup failed, Philip became governor, and skillfully restored proprietary authority, acting cautiously and deliberately to avoid bloodshed.

What followed must have seemed to Philip a poor reward. Late in 1661, Charles Calvert, Cecil's son and the future third Lord Baltimore, was appointed governor in Philip's stead, and brought with him a new principal secretary. Philip became his nephew's deputy and was made chancellor, a new position. He was second under the governor and remained so for the rest of his life. Perhaps he had always been aware that this was bound to be so. He was a younger son of an English nobleman, not an heir at law. Philip had been chosen to conduct a difficult transition, but it was inevitable that eventually Lord Baltimore would put his heir in charge of his Maryland palatinate, once some semblance of government was restored.

Working with his nephew was not easy for Philip. Charles distrusted his uncle. In 1664, in anticipation of a trip home he wrote his father:

["]My stay in England will be but short . . . & I have great cause to feare that I shall find much confusion my returne, for as yr Lopp was pleased to write that it were best to make my Uncle Goverr in my Absence on the side I know it to be very necessary & againe am very sensibel how much he has disgusted all in Generall & especially those that have been ever faithfull to you Lopps Interest here & such as have shewe me anything of Kindnesse since my Comeing into this Province. . . . What he has endeavored to doe is to draw the Affections of the people from me wch I doe not fear in the least for I have had as much testimony of their Kindnesse as could be expected by me from them.["]

In the end, Charles did not return that year to England, but his father must have suggested to both that they should try to get along better. There were no further complaints, and in later correspondence Charles acknowledged, if somewhat begrudgingly, that he owed his uncle deference.

Despite his differences with Charles, Philip made critical contributions to the institutional development and stability of government in Maryland. He was the chief legal officer in the colony. As chancellor he established a court of equity that closely followed English procedure. It was one of the few chancery courts that functioned in the American colonies. In the absence of the governor, he was always chief justice of the Provincial Court, and it is likely that he was a prime influence in keeping the court as much as possible in line with English precedent. This was a matter of importance to colonists who lived in a colony in which a proprietor had princely powers. From the beginning, anxiety over the transfer of English law was a political issue that had high priority.

As judge of probate, Philip Calvert established careful procedures in probate that protected both heirs and creditors and hence the intergenerational transmission of property. In the absence of ecclesiastical courts that had much of this jurisdiction in England, this took skillful adaptations. To keep control of procedure, he kept the probate court a central agency, with a happy result for historians. The records did not burn in county court house fires and they remain to us today. Furthermore, he personally saw to it that the Assembly passed carefully constructed laws protecting orphans' estates-a crucial problem in a society in which fathers usually died before their children were of age to control property.

Philip also had considerable diplomatic skills. He was prominent in negotiations with the Dutch over their settlements on the Delaware in 1659. He knew how to make himself agreeable in difficult circumstances, as can be seen in Augustine Herman's account of dinner at his house. Said Herman, the Dutch emissary, "after dinner [we] talked about his charts or maps of the country. . . . He wished to prove from them the extent of Lord Baltamore's boundaries, but we, on the contrary, showed and maintained that if Chesapeak Bay ran, above so crooked towards the northeast, they would come so far within our line. . . . But these and such like courses, running higher and higher, were left off; he said he had invited us as a welcome to the country, and thenceforward we conversed on other subjects, and parted from one another with expressions of friendship."

At a later stage in the negotiations, Herman reported fruitful conversations with Calvert about "establishing mutual trade and commerce ."

In 1668, Philip obtained recognition from Virginia of Maryland's claims to what is now Somerset County and actually participated in the survey of the dividing line between the two colonies with the Surveyor General of Virginia, Edmund Scarborough. At about the same time, he negotiated treaties with Lower Eastern Shore Indian tribes who were harassing English settlers. The terms of these treaties established rules of behavior in Indian-English relations that applied to whites as well as Indians, and on the whole, kept peace in the area thereafter.

Philip Calvert died a wealthy man. He possessed large grants of land (at least 3900 acres), an excellent income from fees, and must have lived well. Shortly after his arrival he purchased what was probably a modest house about a half-mile from the Governor's Field, where the village of St. Mary's (est. 1668) was soon to appear. But by the 1670s he was planning a brick mansion, which was as large as the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg built 25 years later. At the time Calvert's house must have been one of the most splendid in any colony. He moved into it in 1679. Unfortunately, we have no record of how it was furnished. His inventory lists a wonderful library, a well-stocked wine cellar, and a kitchen that contained signs of elaborate dining, but none of the other rooms of his house, except a small office, were inventoried. However, it seems likely that he was furnishing his house in a way commensurate with its splendor. He may have died well before he had finished.

Everything suggests that Philip Calvert was a cultivated man. His books show that he read Horace, poetry, natural history, books on religion, husbandry, astrology, and astronomy. He had an extensive legal and medical library. He may even have had a share in developing the baroque plan for St. Mary's City-of which he was the mayor-a plan that his Lordship's surveyor general, Jerome White, apparently laid out before his departure in 1671. Philip Calvert was a man of many parts. He may have found few people in Maryland that he considered his intellectual equal.

Philip's death in late 1682 or early 1683 left Charles Calvert, now the third Lord Baltimore, in a difficult position. He had to return to England to defend his boundaries from the claims of William Penn, who had received a grant for Pennsylvania, and to defend his charter, once more threatened by the English government. With Philip's death, there was no immediate member of the Calvert family to leave in charge. Lord Baltimore made his infant son, Benedict Leonard, his governor and made his councillors deputy governors, led by his first cousin George Talbot. The deputy governors proved incompetent to rule-Talbot actually murdered the royal customs collector and had to flee Maryland-and in 1689 a Protestant rebellion cost the proprietor governing powers in his province. If Philip had been alive, this outcome might have been avoided.

In all, Philip Calvert was a prime influence for stability in Maryland after the turmoil of the early years. He was not a swash-buckling warrior. He was an institution builder, an unglamorous role, but one that produced enduring results that long outlasted later disruptions. As chancellor and thus chief judge in equity, he was the consummate public servant, the keeper of the conscience of Maryland. This role perhaps characterizes him best and best describes the mark he made on the founding of Maryland. 
CALVERT, Philip (I18389)
 
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(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, p. 290, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

GEORGE CALVERT, III, b. 1672; m. circa 1695, Anne NOTTLEY, a member of a prominent family, one of whom was Thomas NOTTLEY, Governor of the Province of Maryland in 1679.

ISSUE

I. JOHN, b. circa, 1700. . . .

II. George IV.

III. Thomas. 
CALVERT, George III (I18363)
 
241
(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, p. 290, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

GEORGE CALVERT, V, b. circa 1722; d. 1782; he lived at "Deep Hole Farm," Prince William County, Virginia, and in 1752, in Hamilton Parish, where he was a Member of the House of Burgesses; and late in life moved to Culpeper County, where he d. and was buried at Calvert's Mills; in 1781 he was appointed a Captain in the Culpeper Revolutionary Militia by Thomas JEFFERSON, then Governor of Virginia; he m. (firstly) circa 1740, Anne CRUPPER; m. (secondly) circa 1779, Mrs. Mary (STROTHER) DEATHERAGE, Widow of Robert DEATHERAGE, d. 1777, and dau. of Francis and Susannah (DABNEY) STROTHER of St. Mark's Parish (see STROTHER, "Colonial Families," Volume V). Mrs. Mary (STROTHER) DEATHERAGE-CALVERT was a great aunt of President Zachary TAYLOR, and a great-great-aunt of the first wife of President Jefferson DAVIS, Confederate States of America (see DAVIS, "Colonial Families," Volume III). 
CALVERT, George V (I18366)
 
242
(1) "Calvert Lineage," in Family History: Colonial Genealogies #1, 1607-1920, Colonial Families, Volume VI, Jackson Family, pp. 289-290, © The Generations Network, February 20, 2009:

WILLIAM CALVERT of "Calvert's Rest;" b. 1642; was a Member of the House of Burgesses; Deputy-Governor of the Province; Councillor, and Principal Secretary from 1669 to 1682, when he was drowned in the Wicomico River; in or about 1664, he m. Elizabeth STONE, who survived him, a dau. of Governor William STONE, b. 1603, d. 1695, and his wife Verlinda Sprigg COTTON.

ISSUE

I. Elizabeth, m. 1681, Capt. James NEALE, whose second wife was Elizabeth LORD.

II. Charles, b. 1666; d. 1733; living in Stafford County, Virginia, in 1705; m. (firstly) Mary HOWSON; m. (secondly) Barbara DOANE, who m. (secondly) Andrew FOY. . . .

III. Cecilius, untraced.

IV. GEORGE, III, b. 1672. . . .

V. Richard, d.s.p. before 1718. 
CALVERT, William (I18361)
 
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(1) "Caroline Harrison," Encyclopædia Brittanica, 2010, © 2010 Encyclopædia Brittanica, Inc.:

Caroline Harrison, n??e Caroline Lavinia Scott (b. October 1, 1832, Oxford, Ohio, U.S. - d. October 25, 1892, Washington, D.C.), American first lady (1889-92), the wife of Benjamin Harrison, 23rd president of the United States. A history enthusiast, she was the first president general of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

Caroline Scott was the second daughter of five children born to John Scott, a college teacher and Presbyterian minister, and Mary Potts Neal Scott. Educated in the best schools of southern Ohio, she was an excellent student, showing special talent in painting and music. She met Benjamin Harrison while he was her father's student at a nearby college, and they were married on October 20, 1853. As her husband's legal and political career progressed, she cared for their two children, born in 1854 and 1858, and participated in community activities in Indianapolis, where they made their home until his election to the Senate (1881-86) took them to Washington, D.C. Wherever she lived, she continued to paint for recreation, and she became known as a model housewife.

Her husband's election to the presidency in 1888 brought Caroline enormous public attention. By that time, popular women's magazines regularly published lengthy articles on each president's family and home life, and they eagerly sought information about the many relatives the Harrisons brought with them to live in the White House, including their married children, their children's families, Caroline's father, and Caroline's niece, Mary Dimmick. Caroline laughingly concluded that other people knew more about the Harrisons than they knew themselves.

In order to make White House living more comfortable, Caroline Harrison worked with architect Fred D. Owen to draw up plans to expand the mansion. The plan she favoured would have retained the main structure and added wings on both sides, one for an art gallery and the other for offices. However, Congress rejected the plan, and Caroline had to make do with the same limited space her predecessors had, though she did oversee an extensive renovation, including the installation of electric lighting.

Eager to make the White House a showcase for American creativity and workmanship, Caroline designed new state china featuring goldenrod and sweet corn. Because she was dissatisfied with the quality of china produced in the United States, however, she had the dishes made in France. In addition to her organizational efforts for the Daughters of the American Revolution, she helped to raise funds to start a medical school at Johns Hopkins University. Although she was not an active supporter of women's rights, she agreed with many of the benefactors that the new school should admit women.

During her husband's campaign for reelection in 1892, Caroline contracted tuberculosis, and she died in the White House, the second president's wife (after Letitia Tyler) to die there. She was buried at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis.

Four years later her husband married Mary Dimmick. Rumours circulated about when the romance had begun, and when Benjamin died in 1901 his children, who were never reconciled to the second marriage, buried him beside Caroline.

Betty Boyd Caroli 
SCOTT, Caroline Lavinia (I16103)
 
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(1) "Church Record of the Walpeck Congregation," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol. 41 (1910), pp. 345, 359, 363:

Date: 1825. Oct. 16.
Parents: Moses Depue, Anna Miller
Child: Daniel, b. 28 March

Date: 1827. Aug. 3.
Parents: Moses Depue, Anna Miller
Child: Nathan, b. 10 May, 1827

Date: 1831. Jan. 9.
Parents: Moses Depue, Ann Miller
Child: Margaret. b. 25 July, 1829

(2) A household headed by Moses DEPUE is listed in the 1830 census of Pahaquarry Township, Warren County, NJ.

Listed in Moses' household are 1 free white male under 5 years of age; 1 free white male between 5 and 10 years of age; 1 free white male between 20 and 30 years of age; 1 free white female under 5 years of age; and 1 free white female between 20 and 30 years of age.

Assuming that Moses is the free white male listed in the 1830 census as then being between 20 and 30 years of age, he would have been born between 1800 and 1810, according to the 1830 census.

Assuming that Moses' wife is the free white female listed in the 1830 census as then being between 20 and 30 years of age, she would have been born between 1800 and 1810, according to the 1830 census.

Assuming that the other persons in Moses' household are children of Moses and/or his wife, those children would have consisted of two sons (one of which sons would have been born between 1820 and 1825, and one of which sons would have been born between 1825 and 1830, according to the 1830 census) and one daughter (which daughter would have been born between 1825 and 1830, according to the 1830 census).

(3) A household headed by Moses DEPEW is listed in the 1840 census of Pahaquarry Township, Warren County, NJ.

Listed in Moses' household are 1 free white male between 5 and 10 years of age; 1 free white male between 10 and 15 years of age; 2 free white males between 15 and 20 years of age; 1 free white male between 30 and 40 years of age; 2 free white females under 5 years of age; 1 free white female between 5 and 10 years of age; 1 free white female between 10 and 15 years of age; 1 free white female between 20 and 30 years of age; and 1 free white female between 30 and 40 years of age.

Assuming that Moses is the free white male listed in the 1840 census as then being between 30 and 40 years of age, he would have been born between 1800 and 1810, according to the 1840 census.

Assuming that Moses' wife is the free white female listed in the 1840 census as then being between 30 and 40 years of age, she would have been born between 1800 and 1810, according to the 1840 census.

Assuming that the other persons in Moses' household are children of Moses and/or his wife, those children would have consisted of four sons (two of which sons would have been born between 1820 and 1825, one of which sons would have been born between 1825 and 1830, and one of which sons would have been born between 1830 and 1835, according to the 1840 census) and five daughters (one of which daughters would have been born between 1810 and 1820, one of which daughters would have been born between 1825 and 1830, one of which daughters would have been born between 1830 and 1835, and two of which daughters would have been born between 1835 and 1840, according to the 1840 census).

(4) A household headed by Moses DEPUY is listed in the 1850 census of Pahaquarry Township, Warren County, NJ.

Moses is listed in the 1850 census as a farmer who was then 46 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1804. According to the 1850 census, he was born in NJ.

Listed with Moses is his son, Daniel, a laborer who was then 24 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1826. According to the 1850 census, he was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his son, Nathan, a laborer who was then 22 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1828. According to the 1850 census, he was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Hannah, who was then 18 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1832. According to the 1850 census, she was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his son, Manuel, who was then 16 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1834. According to the 1850 census, he was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Sally Ann, who was then 14 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1836. According to the 1850 census, she was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Blandenia, who was then 12 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1838. According to the 1850 census, she was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Caroline, who was then 6 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1844. According to the 1850 census, she was born in NJ.

(5) A household headed by Moses DEPUE is listed in the 1860 census of Pahaquarry Township, Warren County, NJ.

Moses is listed in the 1850 census as a farmer who was then 54 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1806. According to the 1860 census, he was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his son, Nathan, a laborer who was then 30 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, he was born in about 1830. According to the 1860 census, he was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Malissa, who was then 26 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1834. According to the 1850 census, she was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Sally A., who was then 22 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1838. According to the 1860 census, she was born in NJ.

Also listed with Moses is his daughter, Caroline B., who was then 16 years of age; therefore, according to the 1860 census, she was born in about 1844. According to the 1860 census, she was born in NJ.

(6) www.findagrave.com:

Moses DePue
Birth: Apr. 10, 1804
Death: Sep. 16, 1875

Family links: Children: Susan DePue (1840 - 1842), Caroline B. DePue (1844 - 1866); Spouse: Ann DePue (1804 - 1846).

Note: Age 71.5.6; husband of Ann _____.

Burial: DePue Burying Ground, Pahaquarry, Warren County, New Jersey, USA

Created by: Karen
Record added: Feb 05, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13233012 
DEPUE, Moses (I5230)
 
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(1) "CLARK-SPURRIER - HOWARD-BURJES - Family Tree," a Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com.

(2) Essex P. "FROST" is listed in a household headed by his step-father, John B. FROST, in the 1870 census of South Carrollton Precinct, Muhlenberg County, KY.

Essex P. is listed in the 1870 census as a farmer who was then 19 years of age; therefore, according to the 1870 census, he was born in about 1851. According to the 1870 census, he was born in KY. Although Essex P.'s surname is listed as FROST in the 1870 census, the compiler believes that Essex P.'s surname was really SPURRIER.

(3) www.findagrave.com:

Essex Spurrier
Birth: Jan. 2, 1851
Death: Jun. 8, 1926

Family links: Children: Bjarne Harry Spurrier (1884 - 1957)

Note: With Pauline

Burial: Lee-Dodds Cemetery, Lyon County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: Kathy Thompson
Record added: Jul 07, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28102818 
SPURRIER, Essex Pike Jr. (I30210)
 
246
(1) "CLARK-SPURRIER - HOWARD-BURJES - Family Tree," a Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com.

(2) www.findagrave.com:

Pauline Spurrier
Birth: Mar. 4, 1854
Death: Oct. 7, 1926

Family links: Children: Bjarne Harry Spurrier (1884 - 1957)

Note: With Essex

Burial: Lee-Dodds Cemetery, Lyon County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: Kathy Thompson
Record added: Jul 07, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28102825 
NEWMAN, Pauline (I30211)
 
247
(1) "CLARK-SPURRIER - HOWARD-BURJES - Family Tree," a Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com. 
EVANS, Sarah Jane (I30195)
 
248
(1) "CLARK-SPURRIER - HOWARD-BURJES - Family Tree," a Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com. 
SPURRIER, Dr. Essex Pike Sr. (I30206)
 
249
(1) "CLARK-SPURRIER - HOWARD-BURJES - Family Tree," a Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com. 
SPURRIER, Elizabeth S. (I30207)
 
250
(1) "CLARK-SPURRIER - HOWARD-BURJES - Family Tree," a Public Member Tree on Ancestry.com. 
SPURRIER, William T. (I30208)
 

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