SELF, PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS, ETC.

 

SELF__ MARSHA ANN SAMPSON (HUSBAND RICHARD DOUGLAS GILLIAM)

SIBLINGS__DELMORRIS SAMPSON__MAE LINDA SAMPSON__MOSES W. SAMPSON, JR

PARENTS OF MARSHA SAMPSON-GILLIAM 

  1. MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON 1924, OCA LA, FL
  2. CATHERINE BYTH(E)WOOD 1929, BARTOW, FL

GRANDPARENTS OF MARSHA SAMPSON-GILLIAM 

MARSHA’S FATHER’S SIDE__ GRANDFATHER & GRANDMOTHER

  1. MOSES “MOSE” SAMPSON 1895, GA
  2. SARAH JANE RICHARDSON 1895, FLORENCE, SC

MARSHA’S MOTHER’S SIDE__GRANDFATHER & GRANDMOTHER

  1. HENRY BYTH(E)WOOD, JR 1909, QUITMAN, GA (AKA HENRY BROWN)
  2. BETTY JONES 1913, BREWSTER, FL

GREAT GRANDPARENTS OF MARSHA GILLIAM

FATHER’S FATHER SIDE __GREAT GRANDPARENTS

  1. (PARENTS OF MOSES “MOSE”SAMPSON__UNKNOWN)

FATHER’S MOTHER SIDE__GREAT GRANDFATHER&GREAT GRANDMOTHER

  1. ROBERT RICHARDSON 1868, SC
  2. MARTHA WHITE 1870, SC

MOTHER’S FATHER SIDE__GREAT GRANDFATHER & GREAT GRANDMOTHER

  1. HENRY BYTHEWOOD, SR 1872, BEAUFORT, SC
  2. ELLA GRAY/GREY 1883, QUITMAN, GA

MOTHER’S MOTHER SIDE__GREAT GRANDFATHER & GREAT GRANDMOTHER

  1. ALONZO (LONNIE) JONES 1875, FL
  2. HENRIETTA DANIELS 1878, SC

GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS OF MARSHA SAMPSON-GILLIAM

FATHER’S MOTHER SIDE__GREAT-GREAT-GRANDFATHERS & GREAT-GREAT GRANDMOTHER

  1. MARK RICHARDSON, SR 1840, SC
  2. SARAH CARTER 1840, SC
  3. JAMES WHITE 1829, SC
  4. ELIZABETH WHITE 1830, SC

MOTHER’S FATHER SIDE__GREAT-GREAT-GRANDFATHERS & GREAT-GREAT-GRANDMOTHERS

  1. DANIEL BYTHEWOOD, SR 1831, SC
  2. CATHERINE HAYWOOD 1845, SC
  3. WARREN GRAY/GREY 1846, GA
  4. MARGARET JULIA “MITTIE” LEONARD / LENNARD 1858, GA
  5. WASHINGTON JONES 1852, FL
  6. ANNA SMITH 1853, GA
  7. THOMAS DANIELS, 1835, SC
  8. DOLLY BROOKS 1845, SC

GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS OF MARSHA SAMPSON-GILLIAM

NONE KNOWN ON FATHER’S SIDE

MOTHER’S FATHER SIDE__GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDFATHERS & GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDMOTHERS

  1. JAMES BYTHEWOOD / BYTHWOOD 1795, SC
  2. MARY BYTHEWOOD / BYTHWOOD1795, SC
  3. EPHRAIM GRAY/GREY 1815, GA
  4. LUCINDA (? SURNAME) 1830, VA
  5. WOODSON LEONARD / LENNARD 1820, GA
  6. MARIA RUCKER 1840, GA

MOTHER’S MOTHER SIDE__GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDFATHER & GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDMOTHER

  1. ALLEN JONES 1810, MD
  2. MARY ROUNDTREE /ROUNTREE 1830?, FL? GA?

MARSHA SAMPSON-GILLIAM MULTIPLE FAMILY GENEALOGIES

MARK RICHARDSON, SR. 1840, SOUTH CAROLINA & SARAH CARTER 1840, SOUTH CAROLINA

(MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. LAWRENCE RICHARDSON 1864, SC
  2. PRESTON RICHARDSON 1866, SC
  3. ROBERT RICHARDSON 1868, SC (MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDFATHER)
  4. EDWARD RICHARDSON 1871, SC
  5. MALACHI RICHARDSON 1878, SC
  6. REBECCA RICHARDSON 1882, SC
  7. MARK RICHARDSON, JR. 1885, SC
  8. MATTHEW RICHARDSON 1885, SC
  9. JAMES RICHARDSON 1888, SC

MARK RICHARDSON, SR. 1840, SOUTH CAROLINA & SARAH CARTER 1840, SOUTH CAROLINA

EXTENDED FAMILIES OF MARK RICHARDSON, SR. & WIFE SARAH CARTER

CHILDREN

  1. LAWRENCE RICHARDSON 1864
  2. PRESTON RICHARDSON 1866
  3. ROBERT RICHARDSON 1868, SC & WIFE MARTHA WHITE 1870, SC  (MARSHA GREAT GRANDPARENTS)
  4. EDWARD RICHARDSON 1871, SC & WIFE MINNIE RICHARDSON 1891, GA
  5. MALACHI RICHARDSON 1878, SC
  6. REBECCA RICHARDSON 1882, SC & HUSBAND JAMES MINCEY 1875, GA
  7. MARK RICHARDSON, JR. 1885, SC & ALDINE RICHARDSON 1902, FL
  8. MATTHEW RICHARDSON 1885, SC& WIFE FLORENCE SINGLETON 1896, GA
  9. JAMES RICHARDSON 1888, SC& WIFE BESSIE SHAW 1892, FL

THEIR CHILDREN WITH GRANDCHILDREN & GREAT GRANDCHILDREN

MATTHEW RICHARDSON 1885, SC & WIFE FLORENCE SINGLETON 1896, GA CHILDREN EXTENDED FAMILIES

CHILDREN

  1. MAUD RICHARDSON 1915, FL
  2. FRED RICHARDSON 1916, FL
  3. WILLIE RICHARDSON 1820, FL
  4. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON 1922, FL
  5. QUEEN ESTHER RICHARDSON 1929, FL

WIFE FLORENCE SINGLETON 1901, GA PARENTS & SIBLINGS

CHARLIE SINGLETON, JR 1875, GA & WIFE LILLIE SINGLETON 1889, GA

CHILDREN

  1. CHARLES W SINGLETON 1897, GA
  2. FLORENCE SINGLETON 1901, GA
  3. EUNICE SINGLETON 1903, GA
  4. ROSA L SINGLETON 1907, GA
  5. BENJAMIN SINGLETON 1908, GA
  6. CHARLENE SINGLETON 1911, GA

CHARLIE SINGLETON, JR 1875, GA PARENTS

CHARLEY SLINGLETON, SR 1840, AL & WIFE JULIA CARTER 1851, AL

JULIA CARTER SINGLETON 1851, AL, PARENTS

  1. MIKE CARTER 1815, GA & WIFE CELIA CARTER 1820, AL

JAMES RICHARDSON, SR. 1888, SC & WIFE BESSIE SHAW 1892, SC CHILDREN EXTENDED FAMILIES

CHILDREN

  1. CORRINE RICHARDSON 1902, FL
  2. KATHY RICHARDSON 1910, FL
  3. RUTH RICHARDSON 1918, FL
  4. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON 1920, FL
  5. JAMES RICHARDSON, JR. 1922, FL
  6. L. RICHARDSON 1924, FL
  7. JOHN RICHARDSON 1927, FL
  8. MOSES RICHARDSON 1928, FL

REBECCA RICHARDSON 1882, SC & HUSBAND JAMES MINCEY 1875, GA CHILDREN EXTENDED FAMILIES

CHILDREN

  1. ELLA MINCEY 1903, FL
  2. RUTH MINCEY 1904, FL
  3. ANDREW MINCEY 1905, FL
  4. WILLIE MAY MINCEY 1914, FL
  5. ARTHUR MINCEY 1916, FL
  6. ROSA MINCEY 1919, FL
  7. IDA MAY MINCEY 1921, FL
  8. EARLINE MINCEY 1923, FL
  9. ELLIS MINCEY 1925, FL
  10. HILTON MINCEY 1926, FL

ROBERT RICHARDSON 1868 & WIFE MARTHA WHITE 1872   (MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. NANCY RICHARDSON 1893
  2. SARAH RICHARDSON 1894, SC (MARSHA’S GRANDMOTHER)
  3. CHARLIE RICHARDSON 1899, FL
  4. MAGGIE RICHARDSON 1902, FL
  5. JOHN RICHARDSON 1904, FL
  6. MOSES RICHARDSON, SR. 1905, FL
  7. GLADYS RICHARDSON 1906, FL
  8. PEARL RICHARDSON 1909, FL
  9. SAMUEL RICHARDSON 1913, FL
  10. LOVER RICHARDSON 1914, SC
  11. DORETHA RICHARDSON 1915, FL

NANCY RICHARDSON 1894 & CHARLIE JOHNSON__ 1st husband, Married Record date 1909 in Marion Co. Ocala, FL. By the 1910 Census, she was listed as a widow living with her parents in Fort McCoy, FL.)

CHILD

  1. REBECCA (JOHNSON) STATEN 1906, FL,

NANCY RICHARDSON 1894 & JOHN STATEN 1888, GA (2nd husband)

CHILDREN

  1. ISAAC STATEN 1921, FL,
  2. EDITH STATEN 1923, FL,
  3. JETHRO STATEN 1926, FL
  4. JOHN STATEN, JR. 1935, FL.

SARAH RICHARDSON 1894, SC 7& FREEMAN HOWARD 1889, SC ( 1st husband married record date 1909 in Marion, Co. Ocala, FL, husband killed in gambling dispute)

THEIR CHILD

  1. EBENEZER “BUCK” HOWARD 1912, FL

EBENEZER HOWARD & KATHERINE RIDDLEY 1917, GA (1st wife)

CHILD

  1. LONNIE HOWARD, SR 1930, FL

EBENEZER HOWARD & ROSETTA RODDY 1914, GA (2ND wife)

CHILD

  1. LUCILLE HOWARD 1937, FL

EBENEZER HOWARD & LILLIAN BALDWIN 1922, FL (3RD wife)

CHILDREN

  1. WARREN HOWARD, FL
  2. MABEL HOWARD, FL
  3. STANLEY HOWARD, FL
  4. EDDIE LEE HOWARD, FL
  5. ALPHONSO HOWARD, FL

SARAH RICHARDSON 1894, SC  &  MOSES “MOSE” SAMPSON 1896, GA (2ND husband married record date 1916, in Marion, Co. Ocala, FL. 2nd husband died from a throat infection in 1925, two months before the birth of their third child) MARSHA’S GRANDFATHER

CHILDREN

JOHNNIE MAY SAMPSON 1923, FL 

  1. CLEVELAND HIGHTOWER GA (1st husband)
  1. ROBERT TATUM, GA (2ND husband)

CHILD

  • LONNIE HOWARD, JR. 1954, FL (Adopted Nephew)

MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, SR. 1924, FL & CATHERINE BYTHWOOD 1929, FL (MARSHA’S PARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. MARSHA ANN SAMPSON 1946, FL & RICHARD D. GILLIAM, SR 1948, NY
  2. DELMORRIS SAMPSON 1948, FL & MARY MOODY, AL
  3. MAE LINDA SAMPSON 1950, FL & MACKEY ROBINSON, SR 1946, GA
  4. MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, JR 1953, NY & DENISE MAPP, NY

ANNIE LEE SAMPSON 1925, FL & IRA T. JACKSON 1918, GA

CHILDREN

  1. TOMMIE LEE JACKSON 1941, FL & PATRICIA ROSS, FL
  2. IRA MAY JACKSON 1943, FL & SIDNEY PRYOR
  3. DELMAR JACKSON, 1948, FL
  4. CHARLES JACKSON, SR. 1950, FL & LINDA KELLOGG, FL
  5. IRA T JACKSON, JR. 1952, FL & AREMETTA WISE, FL

SARAH RICHARDSON 1894, SC  & THOMAS “TOM” MCBRIDE 1888, SC (3rd husband married record date 1927 in Hillsborough, FL)

CHILDREN

  1. LILLIE BELL MCBRIDE 1935, FL & RUFUS KNIGHTEN 1933

LILLIE BELL MCBRIDE & JOE SMITH, JR

CHILD

  1. ELAINE KNIGHTEN, FL

THOMAS MCBRIDE & MARYLAND GOODWINE (1st wife )

CHILDREN

  1. HILLIARD MCBRIDE 1912, FL
  2. SAMUEL MCBRIDE 1916, FL
  3. MATILDA MCBRIDE 1917, FL

CHARLIE RICHARDSON 1899, FL & WIFE IDA MAY RICHARDSON

MAGGIE RICHARDSON 1902, FL & HUSBAND JAMES “JIMMIE MCDONALD” 1886

JOHN RICHARDSON 1906, FL

MOSES RICHARDSON, SR. 1905, FL & WIFE ESTELLE WALKER

CHILDREN

  1. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON
  2. VERA RICHARDSON
  3. MARY RICHARDSON
  4. CYTHNIA RICHARDSON
  5. MOSES RICHARDSON, JR.

GLADYS RICHARDSON 1906, FL & HUSBAND JACK KNIGHTS

PEARL RICHARDSON 1909, FL & HUSBAND LEROY GOODWINE 1907, FL

CHILDREN

  1. ERMA LEE GOODWINE 1927, FL
  2. LELIA MAY GOODWINE 1931, FL

SAMUEL RICHARDSON 1913, FL & WIFE JANNIE GOODWINE 1917, FL

CHILD

  1. DONETHEA RICHARDSON, SC

LOVER RICHARDSON 1914, SC & HUSBAND ASHLEY ARLINE, SR. 1915, GA

CHILDREN

  1. LOUISE ARLINE
  2. ASHLEY ARLINE, JR.
  3. CHARLES ARLINE
  4. ISAIAH ARLINE
  5. IZELL ARLINE
  6. TOMMIE ARLINE
  7. VERA ARLINE

DORETHEA (DORA) RICHARDSON 1915, FL

  1. ODELL STANFORD (1ST husband married record 1934 in Hillsborough, FL)

CHILD

CHRISTINE STANFORD 1937, FL

  1. WILLIE BROWN (2ND husband)

CHILD

  1. ALICE BROWN 1941, FL

HOLLOWAY KNIGHTS 1912, FL (3RD husband)

CHILD

  1. WILLIE B. KNIGHTS, FL

MARTHA WHITE’S EXTENDED FAMILY EXTENDED FAMILY

(MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDMOTHER)

  • NOT SURE WHICH ARE MARTHA WHITE’S PARENTS; SO, LISTING BOTH

JAMES WHITE BORN 1845, SC, HE WAS WIDOWED ON 1880 CENSUS (WIFE UNKNOWN)

CHILDREN

  1. LULA WHITE 1868, SC
  2. JANEWHITE 1870, SC
  3. MARTHA WHITE 1872, SC
  4. HESTER WHITE 1820, SC (MOTHER OF JAMES WHITE)

JAMES WHITE BORN 1829, SC & ELIZABETH WHITE BORN 1830, SC

CHILDREN

  1. WILLIAM WHITE 1851, SC
  2. RUFUS WHITE 1859, SC
  3. JULIA WHITE 1862, SC
  4. SAMUEL WHITE 1865, SC
  5. MARTHA WHITE 1869, SC
  6. MARY WHITE 1869, SC

MARK RICHARDSON & SARAH CARTER’S EXTENDED FAMILIES

THEIR SIBLINGS & CHILDREN

OSCAR RICHARDSON BORN 1840, SC & ANNA RICHARDSON BORN 1847, SOUTH CAROLINA

CHILDREN

  1. WILLIAM RICHARDSON 1864, SC
  2. EDWARD RICHARDSON 1870, SC
  3. HESTER RICHARDSON 1871, SC
  4. PAMELA RICHARDSON 1872, SC
  5. DELIA RICHARDSON 1874, SC
  6. RICHARD RICHARDSON 1875, SC
  7. SOLOMON RICHARDSON 1877, SC
  8. GEORGE RICHARDSON 1878, SC
  9. JAMES RICHARDSON 1879, SC

SAMUEL CARTER BORN 1830, SC & PHOEBE RICHARDSON BORN 1830, SOUTH CAROLINA

CHILDREN

  1. ALICE CARTER 1862, SC
  2. LUCY CARTER 1870, SC
  3. LILY CARTER 1872, SC
  4. JOSEPH CARTER 1873, SC
  5. WATERMAN CARTER 1874, SC

ALLEN JONES 1809, MARYLAND & WIFE MARY ROUNDTREE 1830, FLORIDA   (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. DANIEL JONES 1849, FL & WILLIE JEAN SHAW 1852, FL
  2. ANTHONY JONES 1851, FL
  3. WASHINGTON JONES 1852, FL & WIFE ANNA SMITH 1853, GA (MARSHA’S great-great grandparents)
  4. RICHARD JONES 1855, FL
  5. MOSES JONES 1858, FL & MARY JACKSON 1855, FL &(2nd wife) HARRIET GILLUM 1858, GA
  6. JOHN W. JONES, SR. 1862, FL & MARIAH MADISON 1867, FL
  7. SIMEON JONES 1871, FL
  8. LINCOLN JONES 1872, FL & PHOEBE GARDNER 1885, SC
  9. CHARLES A. JONES 1875, FL & JOSEPHINE SANCHEZ 1870, FL

ALLEN JONES 1809, MD or VA & WIFE MARY ROUNDTREE 1830, FL or GA 

AND EXTENDED FAMILIES

THEIR SIBLINGS

  1. JOHN JONES 1806 MARYLAND OR VIRGINIA
  2. RICHARD JONES 1814, MARYLAND OR VIRGINIA
  3. GEORGE JONES 1817, MARYLAND OR VIRGINIA

MARY ROUNDTREE’S EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBERS

  1. NELSON ROUNDTREE 1856, FL & PATRICIA “TESSIE” JONES 1867, FL

CHILD ADOPTED SON

WILLIE ANDERSON ROUNDTREE 1902, MASSACHUSETTS

  1. JAMES ROUNDTREE
  2. RICHARD ROUNDTREE 1878, FLORIDA

DANIEL JONES, SR. 1849, FL & WIFE, WILLIE JEAN [SHAW] JONES 1872, FL

CHILDREN

  1. JOSEPH JONES 1897, FL
  2. MARGIE JONES 1899, FL
  3. GEORGE JONES 1901, FL
  4. LOUISE JONES 1902, FL
  5. ALICE JONES 1904, FL
  6. DANIEL JONES, JR. 1906, FL
  7. LYDIA JONES, 1907, FL
  8. WILMA JONES 1908, FL
  9. FRED JONES 1911, FL
  10. RICHARD JONES 1913, FL
  11. STOCKTON JONES 1916, FL

MOSES JONES 1858, FL & WIFE MARY [JACKSON] JONES 1869, FL (1ST WIFE marriage 1885, Gadsden Co. FL)

CHILDREN

  1. HATTIE JONES 1885, FL
  2. ANNIE JONES 1888, FL
  3. SIMEON JONES 1895, FL

MARY JACKSON’S PARENTS & SIBLINGS

ALEXANDER JACKSON 1843, FL & WIFE ANN 1845, FL (ALEXANDER’S PARENTS BORN IN VIRGINIA & ANN’S PARENTS BORN IN SC)

CHILDREN

  1. MARY JACKSON 1869, FL
  2. NANCY JACKSON 1870, FL
  3. JACKSON 1871, FL
  4. ANNA JACKSON 1872
  5. ANICA JACKSON 1874, FL
  6. MATTIE JACKSON 187, FL

MOTHER OF ALEXANDER JACKSON

  1. MARY TRAVIS 1809, VIRGINIA

MOSES JONES 1858, FL & HARRIET [GILLUM] JONES 1858, GA (2ND WIFE MARRIAGE 1900, QUINCY, FL)

JOHN W. JONES, SR. 1962, FL & WIFE MARIAH [MADISON] JONES 1867, FL (MARRIAGE 1885, GADSDEN CO. FL)

CHILDREN

  1. JOHN W. JONES, JR. 1888, FL
  2. JOSEPH JONES 1894, FL
  3. LUCIUS JONES 1896, FL

JOSEPH JONES 1894, FL & WIFE AUDREY 1895, FL

 

LINCOLN JONES 1872, FL & WIFE PHOEBE [GARDNER] JONES 1885, SC (MARRIAGE 1912, JACKSONVILLE, FL)

CHILDREN (HIS STEP CHILDREN)

  1. BERTHA JONES 1909, FL
  2. DOROTHY JONES 1918, FL

CHARLES JONES, SR 1872, SC & WIFE JOSEPHINE [SANCHEZ] JONES 1870, FL (MARRIAGE 1907, DUVAL CO. FL)

CHILDREN

  1. ELOISE OWENS 1888, FL
  2. BEATRICE JONES 1893, FL
  3. CHARLES JONES, JR 1901, FL

WASHINGTON JONES 1852, FL & WIFE ANNA [SMITH] JONES 1853, GA (MARRIAGE 1876, FL)

MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS

CHILDREN

  1. ALONZO “LONNIE” JONES 1875, FL (MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDFATHER)
  2. LAURA “LULA” JONES 1878, FL
  3. EDWARD JONES 1879, FL
  4. ADA JONES 1882, FL
  5. VIOLA JONES 1884, FL
  6. HENRY JONES 1887, FL
  7. NATHANIEL “NATHAN” JONES 1890, FL

EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBERS (LIVING WITH THEIR GRANDPARENTS ON THE 1910 CENSUS)

  1. RALPH BENJAMIN 1894, FL (GRANDSON)
  2. HORACE BENJAMIN 1898 (GRANDSON)

RALPH BENJAMIN 1894, FL & WIFE MARY BENJAMIN 1901, MA

CHILDREN

  1. RALPH BENJAMIN 1925, CT
  2. ROSCOE BENJAMIN 1927, CT
  3. ROCKWOOD BENJAMIN, 1929, CT
  4. MILDRED BENJAMIN 1930, CT
  5. HORACE BENJAMIN 1934, CT
  6. NANCY BENJAMIN 1939, CT

ALONZO “LONNIE” JONES 1875 & WIFE HENRIETTA [DANIELS] JONES 1878, SC (MARSHA’ GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. MARION JONES 1904, FL
  2. LILLIE MAY JONES 1906
  3. CHARLIE JONES 1908, FL
  4. LESLIE JONES 1912, FL
  5. BETTY JONES, 1913, FL

MARION JONES 1904, FL & WIFE CORRINE [GLOVER] JONES 1913, GA

CHILDREN:

  1. CALVIN JONES 1930, FL
  2. CLARENCE JONES 1931, FL
  3. ANNIE LEE JONES 1934, FL

LESLIE JONES 1912, FL & WIFE THERESA [ALBES] JONES, JAMAICA ISLAND

CHILDREN:

  1. RITA JONES, NJ
  2. GERALD “JERRY” JONES, NJ
  3. THOMAS JONES, NJ

LILLIE MAY [JONES] SMITH 1906, FL & HUSBAND JOE SMITH, SR. 1890

CHILDREN:

  1. JOE SMITH, JR. 1933, FL
  2. GERALD SMITH 1935, FL
  3. WILLIE SMITH 1937, FL
  4. JOHN SMITH 1939. FL
  5. MARY JONES 1939, FL
  6. HENRIETTA SMITH 1942, FL

BETTY JONES 1913, FL & HENRY D. BYTHWOOD, JR. AKA BROWN 1908, GA (1st HUSBAND)

MARSHA’S GRANDPARENTS

1st CHILD:

  • CATHERINE [BYTHWOOD] SAMPSON 1929, FL & HUSBAND MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, SR 1924, FL

CHILDREN WITH SPOUSES:

  1. MARSHA ANN [SAMPSON] GILLIAM 1946, FL & RICHARD D. GILLIAM, SR 1948, NY
  2. DELMORRIS SAMPSON 1948, FL & MARY [MOODY] SAMPSON, AL
  3. MAE LINDA [SAMPSON] ROBINSON 1950, FL & MACKEY ROBINSON, SR 1946, GA
  4. MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, JR 1953, NY & DENISE [MAPP] SAMPSON, NY

BETTY JONES, 1913, FL & WILLIE JONES (2ND HUSBAND)

2nd CHILD:

  1. ROBERT LEE JONES 1941, FL

THOMAS DANIELS, SR & DOLLY BROOKS FAMILY GENEALOGY

THOMAS DANIELS, SR 1835, SC & DOLLY BROOKS 1845, SC (1st WIFE) MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS

CHILDREN

  1. ALICE DANIELS 1863, SC & CHESLEY TIMMONS 1865, SC
  2. WILEBY DANIELS 1859, SC
  3. ANDREW DANIELS 1860, SC & GEORGIA DANIELS 1870, SC
  4. ANGES DANIELS 1862, SC
  5. JANE DANIELS 1866, SC
  6. AMANDA DANIELS 1867, SC
  7. THOMAS DANIELS, JR 1868, SC & ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) LEE 1876, SC
  8. DORA DANIELS 1870, SC
  9. THEODORE DANIELS 1872, SC & LENA DANIELS 1885, SC
  10. PATSY DANIELS 1874, SC
  11. KATTY DANIELS 1875, SC
  12. HENRIETTA DANIELS 1876, SC & ALONZO JONES 1875, FL (MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDMOTHER)
  13. TINA DANIELS 1877, SC & 1ST HUSBAND AMOS MUNROE 1882, SC 2ND HUSBAND GEORGE WILLIAMS 1871, GA
  14. BOYD DANIELS 1878, SC & SARAH SINGLETARY DANIELS 1873, SC

EXTENDED FAMILY OF DOLLY BROOKS

GEORGE BROOKS 1835, SC & WIFE JANETT BROOKS 1835, SC

CHILDREN

  1. VENIA BROOKS 1863, SC
  2. WILLIAMS BROOKS 1865, SC
  3. MISSOURI BROOKS 1867, SC

THOMAS DANIELS SR. 1835, SC 2nd Wife ANGIE DANIELS 1866, SC

CHILDREN (THOMAS DANIEL’S STEP CHILDREN & ANGIE’S CHILDREN AS LIST ON 1900 CENSUS)

  1. LIZZIE DANIELS 1885, SC
  2. CARRIE DANIELS 1888, SC
  3. ROBERT M. DANIELS 1889, SC
  4. MARY DANIELS 1894, SC

ANDREW DANIELS 1860, SC WIFE GEORGIA DANIELS 1870 SC MARRIED 1894

CHILDREN:

  1. STEPHEN DANIELS 1895, SC
  2. IZA B. DANIELS 1907, SC
  3. KISHA DANIELS 1907, SC
  4. JOSEPHINE DANIELS 1911, SC
  5. LITHA DANIELS 1911, SC
  6. HATTIE DANIELS 1914, S

ALICE DANIELS 1863, SC HUSBAND CHESLEY TIMMONS,SR 1865, SC

CHILDREN:

  1. ANDREW TIMMONS 1876, SC,
  2. THEODORE TIMMONS 1880, SC,
  3. EBB TIMMONS 1881, SC,
  4. CHARLIE TIMMONS 1884, SC,
  5. CHESLEY J. TIMMONS, JR. 1886, SC
  6. JUDY TIMMONS 1888, SC
  7. ROBERT TIMMONS 1889, SC
  8. LAURA TIMMONS 1894, SC
  9. ALMA TIMMONS 1900, SC
  10. RUFUS TIMMONS 1903, SC

THOMAS DANIELS, JR 1868, SC WIFE ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) LEE 1876, SC

Children:

  1. VANDER DANIELS 1898,SC
  2. BLOOMER DANIELS 1899, SC
  3. HATTIE DANIELS 1910 SC
  4. LURLEAN DANIELS 1922, SC HUSBAND JESSE RUSH 1920, SC
  5. SAM DANIELS 1939 SC
  6. EVA DANIELS 1909, SC
  7. SIDNEY DANIELS 1912, SC
  8. BUSTER DANIELS 1916, SC
  9. OLA DANIELS 1914, SC
  10. DELEON DANIELS 1920, SC

GRANDDAUGHTER RUBY MCCUTCHEON 1918, SC

PARENTS OF ELIZABETH “LIZZIE” LEE

SAMUEL LEE 1856, SC & WIFE DELIA GASKINS 1864, SC

CHILDREN

  1. JANIE LEE 1882, SC
  2. EDDIE LEE 1886, SC
  3. ALLIE R LEE 1888, SC
  4. BELLE LEE 1895, SC
  5. ESTELLE LEE 1899, SC
  6. AUSTELLE LEE 1900, SC

THEODORE DANIELS 1872, SC WIFE LENA DANIELS 1885, SC

CHILD:

  1. ELIZABETH DANIELS 1920, SC

HENRIETTA [DANIELS] JONES 1878, SC & HUSBAND ALONZO “LONNIE” JONES 1875  (MARSHA’S  GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN

MARION JONES 1904, FL & WIFE CORRINE [GLOVER] JONES 1913, GA

CHILDREN:

  1. CALVIN JONES 1930, FL
  2. CLARENCE JONES 1931, FL
  3. ANNIE MAY JONES 1934, FL

LESLIE JONES 1912, FL & WIFE THERESA [ALBES] JONES, JAMAICA ISLAND

CHILDREN:

  1. RITA JONES, NJ
  2. GERALD “JERRY” JONES, NJ
  3. THOMAS JONES, NJ

LILLIE MAY [JONES] SMITH 1906, FL & HUSBAND JOE SMITH, SR. 1890

CHILDREN:

  1. JOE SMITH, JR. 1933, FL
  2. GERALD SMITH 1935, FL
  3. WILLIE SMITH 1937, FL
  4. JOHN SMITH 1939. FL
  5. MARY JONES 1939, FL
  6. HENRIETTA SMITH 1942, FL

BETTY JONES 1913, FL & HENRY D. BYTHWOOD, JR. AKA BROWN 1908, GA (1st HUSBAND)

MARSHA’S GRANDPARENTS

1st CHILD:

CATHERINE [BYTHWOOD] SAMPSON 1929, FL & HUSBAND MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, SR 1924, FL

CHILDREN WITH SPOUSES:

  1. MARSHA ANN [SAMPSON] GILLIAM 1946, FL & RICHARD D. GILLIAM, SR 1948, NY
  2. DELMORRIS SAMPSON 1948, FL & MARY [MOODY] SAMPSON, AL
  3. MAE LINDA [SAMPSON] ROBINSON 1950, FL & MACKEY ROBINSON, SR 1946, GA
  4. MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, JR 1953, NY & DENISE [MAPP] SAMPSON, NY

BETTY JONES, 1913, FL & WILLIE JONES 1895, SC (2ND HUSBAND)

2nd CHILD:

  1. ROBERT LEE JONES 1941, FL

TINA DANIELS 1877, SC 1ST HUSBAND AMOS MONROE/MUNROE 1882, SC

Child:

  1. HENRY MONROE/MUNROE 1905, FL

TINA DANIELS 1877, SC 2ND HUSBAND GEORGE WILLIAMS 1871, GA

Child:

  1. GEORGIA WILLIAMS 1920, FL

BOYD DANIELS 1878, SC WIFE SARAH SINGLETARY DANIELS 1873, SC

CHILDREN:

  1. JASON DANIELS 1897, SC
  2. ARTHUR DANIELS 1897, SC
  3. RICHBURG DANIELS 1898, SC
  4. CORINNE DANIELS 1900, SC
  5. JESSE DANIELS 1902, SC
  6. LUTHER DANIELS 1904, SC WIFE INEZ DANIELS 1903, SC

 (GOLDEN SINGLETARY WAS LIVING WITH HER SISTER SARAH SINGLETARY DANIELS ON THE 1910 CENSUS)

JAMES BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1795, SC & MARY BYTHEWOOD 1795, SC FAMILY GENEALOGY

(DIFFERENT SPELLINGS OF THE NAME BYTHEWOOD, BYTHWOOD, BLYTHEWOOD)  

  • ON THE 1870 FREEDMAN’S BANK RECORD; RENTY BYTHEWOOD LISTED HIS PARENT’S NAME AS JAMES AND MARY.
  • DANIEL HINGSTON BYTHEWOOD 1764, ENGLAND DIED 1848, SC; WAS THE POSSIBLE FATHER OF MARY BYTHEWOOD.

JAMES BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1795, SC & MARY BYTHEWOOD 1795, SC (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN WITH THEIR SPOUSES

  1. JAMES BYTHEWOOD, JR. 1821, SC (BRICK MASON)
  2. RENTY BYTHEWOOD 1824, SC & HARRIET ERVIN 1831, SC (1st WIFE ON 1870 CENSUS)
  3. HENRY H. BYTHEWOOD 1826, SC & MARTHA BYTHEWOOD 1824, SC (BRICK MASON)
  4. DANIEL BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1831, SC & CATHERINE HAYWOOD FIELDS 1845, SC (CARPTENER) (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS
  5. ROBERT BYTHEWOOD 1839, SC & SARAH BYTHEWOOD 1837, SC
  6. MIDDLETON BYTHEWOOD 1848, SC
  7. REBECCA BYTHEWOOD 1829, SC & RICHARD GODFREY, SR. SC

 

 

 

 

RENTY BYTHEWOOD 1824, SC & HARRIETT [ERVIN] BYTHEWOOD 1831, SC

CHILDREN

  1. MARY BYTHEWOOD, 1846, SC & GEORGE GARDINER SR 1839, SC
  2. ANNA BYTHEWOOD 1847, SC
  3. JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD 1848, SC & HELLEN BYTHEWOOD 1855, SC
  4. PRISCILLA BYTHEWOOD 1850, SC
  5. HARRIETT BYTHEWOOD 1860, SC & GEORGE W. FORD, MAJOR 1850, VA
  6. JAMES BYTHEWOOD 1862, SC
  7. JACOB BYTHEWOOD 1869, SC

RENTY F BYTHEWOOD 1824, SC & JOSEPHINE LESESNE 1854, SC (2nd WIFE ON 1880 CENSUS)

CHILDREN

  1. JOHN H BYTHEWOOD 1882, SC
  2. ROBERT F BYTHEWOOD 1886, SC

HENRY LESESNE 1810, SC WIFE NAZARINE 1812 (PARENTS OF JOSEPHINE LESESNE BYTHEWOOD)

CHILDREN

  1. JAMES LESESNE 1842, SC
  2. SUSAN LESESNE 1846, SC
  3. EMMA LESESNE 1849, SC
  4. NELLIE LESESNE 1853, SC
  5. JOSEPHINE LESESNE 1854, SC
  6. LULA LESESNE 1865, SC
  7. HARRY LESESNE 188, SC
  8. PHENIE LESESNE 1870, SC

JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1848, SC & ELLEN AYEGRON 1855, SC (1ST WIFE)

CHILDREN

  1. JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD, JR 1870, SC
  2. JAMES BYTHEWOOD 1872, SC
  3. THOMAS BYTHEWOOD 1874, SC

JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD, JR 1848, SC & AMANDA BYTHEWOOD 1871, NY (2ND WIFE MARRIED 1891)

HARRIETT BYTHEWOOD 1860, SC & GEORGE W. FORD SR. 1850, VA

CHILDREN

  1. GEORGE W. FORD, JR 1880, SC
  2. NEAL B FORD 1881, SC
  3. DONALD FORD 1882, SC
  4. HARRIET FORD 1884, SC
  5. JAMES I FORD 188, SC
  6. CECIL BRUCE FORD1891, SC
  7. ELISE FORD 1894, SC
  8. VERA FORD 1897, SC

PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS OF GEORGE W. FORD

WILLIAM W FORD 1812, VA & WIFE HENRIETTA BRUCE

SIBLINGS

  1. MILDRED C FORD 1836, VA
  2. DANIEL FORD 181842, VA
  3. JOHN FORD 1847, VA
  4. HANNAH FORD 1850, VA
  5. MATILDA FORD 1857, VA

MARY BYTHEWOOD, 1846, SC & GEORGE GARDNER/ GARDINER, SR 1839, SC

CHILDREN

  1. GEORGE GARDNER 1866, SC & ANNA GRIMBALL 1870 SC
  2. SUSAN DORA GARDNER 1867, SC & JACOB MARSHALL 1861, SC
  3. SARAH GARDNER 1872, SC
  4. JOHN GARDNER 1876, SC

GEORGE GARDNER/GARDINER, JR 1866, SC & ANNA GRIMBALL 1870 SC

CHILDREN

  1. MARRIE GARDNER 1886, SC
  2. MABEL GARDNER 1888, SC
  3. LUCIA ENDORA GARDNER 1891, SC

SUSAN DORA GARDNER/GARDINER 1867, SC & JACOB MARSHALL 1861, SC

  1. ALONZA MARSHALL 1896, SC
  2. HAROLD MARSHALL 1898, SC
  3. CLINTON MARSHALL 1899, SC
  4. THEODOSIA MARSHALL 1902, SC
  5. MARGARET MARSHALL 1904, SC
  6. GEORGE MARSHALL 1906, SC
  7. EDNA MARSHALL 1908, SC

HENRY H.  BYTHEWOOD 1826, SC & MARTHA BYTHEWOOD 1824, SC

DANIEL BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1831, SC & CATHERINE HAYWOOD, 1845 – 1910, SC (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. DANIEL BYTHEWOOD, JR. 1859, SC
  2. SAMUEL BYTHEWOOD 1865, SC&
  3. WILLIAM BYTHEWOOD 1869, SC & MINNIE E. JACKSON 1873, SC
  4. HENRY D. BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1872, SC & ELLA [GRAY] BYTHEWOOD 1883, GEORGIA (MARRIED 1899) MARSHA’S GRANDPARENTS
  5. ALTON E. BYTHEWOOD 1874 & FELICIA A SASPORTAS 1883, SC
  6. JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD 1879 SC & LILLIE BYTHEWOOD 1881, SC (MARRIED 1899)

SAMUEL BYTHEWOOD 1865, SC & ANNA BYTHEWOOD 

NEICE & NEPHEWS (THEY WERE LIVING WITH UNCLE SAMUEL & AUNT ANNA)

  1. WILLIAM PORTER 1882, SC
  2. VIRGINIA PORTER 1880, SC
  3. LEROY PORTER 1905, SC

REV. WILLIAM BYTHEWOOD 1867, SC & MINNIE E. (AKA MAMIE, MIMMIE) JACKSON 1873, SC

CHILDREN

  1. THEOPOLUS BYTHEWOOD 1902, SC
  2. EDITH BYTHEWOOD 1905, SC
  3. WILLIE MAY BYTHEWOOD 1908, SC

NEICES__ MAY CURTIS 1898, GERTRUDE CURTIS 1886, SC & EVERLINE MARSHAL (LIVING WITH UNCLE & AUNT ON 1910 CENSUS)

ROBERT BYTHEWOOD 1839, SC & SARAH JENKINS 1837, SC

CHILDREN

  1. FIELDS JENKINS 1853, SC
  2. ELVIRAH BYTHEWOOD 1856, SC
  3. JULIETT BYTHEWOOD 1859, SC
  4. CAROLINE BYTHEWOOD 1861, SC
  5. MARY BYTHEWOOD 1863, SC
  6. JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD 1866, SC (TAILOR)
  7. ANNA BTHEWOOD 1868, SC
  8. EUGENIA BYTHEWOOD 1843, SC

EUGENIA BYTHEWOOD 1873, SC

REBECCA BYTHEWOOD 1829, SC & RICHARD GODFREY, SR. 1836 SC

CHILDREN

  1. HENRY GODFREY 1856, SC
  2. JOSEPH GODFREY 1857, SC (STEWARD)
  3. JAMES JEFFERSON 1859, SC
  4. MARY GODFREY 1867, SC
  5. RICHARD GODFREY, JR. 1875, SC (BICYCLE REPAIR)

MARY GODFREY 1867, SC & HUSBAND GEORGE MOODY 1865, SC

CHILDREN

  1. GEORGE MOODY, JR 1891, SC
  2. FLORENCE MOODY 1892, SC
  3. ISAAC MOODY, 1895, SC

PARENTS OF RICHARD GODFREY__JACK GODFREY 1808 & WIFE KATE 1812

CHILDREN

  1. JUNO GODFREY
  2. BENJAMIN GODFREY 1836, SC
  3. RICHARD GODFREY 1836, SC
  4. AMELIA GODFREY 1838, SC
  5. ABBY GODFREY 1840, SC
  6. MARY GODFREY 1842, SC

ALTON E. BYTHEWOOD, SR 1874 & FELICIA A SASPORTAS 1883, SC

CHILDREN

  1. ALTON E BYTHEWOOD, JR 1908, SC
  2. THADDEUS BYTHEWOOD 1910, SC
  3. HERAKLEES BYTHEWOOD 1910, SC
  4. MARY BYTHEWOOD 1915, SC

JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD, SRF 1879 SC & LILLIE BYTHEWOOD 1881, SC (MARRIAGE 1899)

CHILDREN

  1. JOSEPH BYTHEWOOD, JR 1900, SC
  2. MAUDE BYTHEWOOD 1910, SC

HENRY D. BYTHEWOOD, SR. 1872, SC & ELLA [GRAY] BYTHEWOOD 1883 GA (MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. MATTIE BYTHWOOD 1902, GA
  2. CORA BYTHWOOD 1904, GA
  3. HENRY D. BYTHWOOD, JR 1908, GA
  4. MARGARET JULIA BYTHWOOD 1910, GA
  5. ODESSEA BYTHWOOD 1912, GA
  6. DORA LEE BYTHWOOD 1914, GA
  7. WILLIS BYTHWOOD, 1916, FL
  8. LILLIE L. BYTHWOOD 1919, FL
  9. WILLIE MAY BYTHWOOD 1924, FL

HENRY D. BYTHWOOD, JR/BROWN 1908, GA & BETTY JONES 1912, FL (1st WIFE) MARSHA’S GRANDPARENTS)

CHILD

  1. CATHERINE BYTHWOOD 1929, FL

CATHERINE BYTHWOOD 1929, FL & MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, SR 1924, FL (MARSHA’S PARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. MARSHA ANN SAMPSON 1946, FL & RICHARD D. GILLIAM, SR 1948, NY
  2. DELMORRIS SAMPSON 1948, FL & MARY MOODY, AL
  3. MAE LINDA SAMPSON 1950, FL & MACKEY ROBINSON, SR 1946, GA
  4. MOSES WILLIAM SAMPSON, JR 1953, NY & DENISE MAPP, NY

HENRY D. BYTHWOOD, JR/BROWN 1908, GA & HELEN MAGUIRE 1912, GA (2nd WIFE)

CHILDREN

  1. DORA LEE BROWN, OH
  2. ROSE ANN BROWN, OH
  3. CATHERINE BROWN, OH
  4. DORIS BROWN, OH
  5. LOUISE BROWN, OH
  6. DONALD BROWN, OH
  7. LOUIS BROWN, OH
  8. GERALDINE BROWN, OH

GENEALOGY OF EPHRAIM GRAY/GREY 1815, GEORGIA & LUCINDA GRAY 1817, GA

CHILDREN

  1. WARREN GRAY 1847, GEORGIA (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDFATHER)
  2. THADDEUS GRAY 1856, GEORGIA
  3. EPHRAM GRAY 1850, GEORGIA
  4. CHARLES GRAY 1855, GEORGIA
  5. EMILY GRAY 1857, GEORGIA
  6. NEWTON GRAY 1857, GEORGIA
  7. JERRY GRAY 1859, GEORGIA
  8. BURT GRAY 1861, GEORGIA
  9. BECKY GRAY 1863, GEORGIA
  10. SAMUEL GRAY 1864, GEORGIA
  11. EPHRAIM GRAY, JR 1870, GEORGIA
  12. ADLINE GRAY 1875, GEORGIA

EPHRAM “EFREM” GRAY 1850, GA & WIFE JULIA 1850, GA

CHILDREN

  1. SARAH GRAY 1871, GEORGIA
  2. ALLEN GRAY 1875, GEORGIA.
  3. MILES GRAY 1877, GEORGIA
  4. JESSE GRAY 1878, GEORGIA.
  5. SILVIA GRAY 1879, GEORGIA.

WARREN GRAY 1847, GA & MARGARET “MITTIE” LENNARD/LEONARD 1853, GA (MARSHA’S  GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS)

CHILDREN

  1. JAMES GRAY 1869, GA
  2. JOSEPH GRAY 1871, GA
  3. ALONZA GRAY 1874, GA
  4. FRANK GRAY 1875, GA & IDA GRAY 1874, GA

(THEIR CHILDREN:  MAMIE GRAY 1895, GA, CHARLOTTE GRAY 1899, GA, FLORENCE GRAY 1900, GA & ADDIE GRAY 1901, GA

  1. PASCHAL GRAY 1877, GA
  2. MISY ANN GRAY 1880, GA
  3. JOSHUA GRAY 1883, GA
  4. ELLA GRAY 1885, GA ( MARSHA’S GREAT GRANDMOTHER)
  5. JEFF GRAY 1887, GA & LEILA  GRAY 1888, GA

(THEIR CHILDREN: CLARENCE GRAY 1908, GA & REBECCA GRAY 1910, GA)

  1. LEOLA GRAY 1889 GA
  2. EARLY GRAY 1892, GA
  3. LUCY GRAY 1894, GA

WOODSON LEONARD 1820, GA & MARIE RUCKER 1840, GA (MARIE RUCKER AMY HAVE BEEN HIS 2ND WIFE) (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDPARENTS) NAME ALSO SPELLED LENNARD

CHILDREN

  1. JOHN EPPS 1847, GA
  2. CHARLES LEONARD 1850, GA
  3. ANOINETT LEONARD 1852, GA
  4. MARGARET “MITTIE” JULIA LEONARD 1853, GA (MARSHA’S GREAT-GREAT GRANDMOTHER)
  5. MARTIN LEONARD 1854, GA
  6. ELIZABETH LEONARD 1858, GA
  7. LELA LEONARD 1873, GA

JOHN EPPS 1847, GA & WIFE AMANDA EPPS 1854, GA

CHILDREN

  1. EVERETT EPPS 1875, GA
  2. GIRITHEN EPPS 1876, GA
  3. CHARLES EPPS 1879, GA
  4. TINE EPPS 1883, GA
  5. HARRIETT EPPS 1884, GA
  6. WILLIS EPPS 1888, GA
  7. MAMIE EPPS 1891, GA
  8. MATTIE EPPS 1893

EVERETT EPPS 1875, GA & WIFE LELIA EPPS 1885, GA

CHILDREN

  1. RUBY LEE EPPS 1911, GA

CHARLES LEONARD 1850, GA & WIFE MARY ANN LEONARD 1860, GA

CHILDREN

  1. JOHN LEONARD 1883, GA
  2. ROBERT LEONARD 1885, GA
  3. ANN LEONARD 1887, GA
  4. CORA LEONARD 1889, GA
  5. SHERIE LEONARD 1889, GA
  6. WILLIE LEONARD 1891, GA
  7. MILLARD LEONARD 1893, GA
  8. CLARENCE LEONARD 1895, GA
  9. ELIZABETH LEONARD 1897, GA
  10. EDGAR LEONARD 1899, GA
  11. MACK LEONARD 1900, GA

ANN LEONARD 1887, GA & HUSBAND EMANUEL DURHAM 1887, GA

CHILDREN

  1. SIM DURHAM 1898, GA
  2. MOZELL DURHAM 1912, GA

PARENTS OF EMANUEL DURHAM DURHAM

BENJAMIN DURHAM 1841, GA & WIFE MARY A. DURHAM 1854, GA

CHILDREN

  1. BUCK DURHAM 1879, GA
  2. NANCY DURHAM 1879, GA
  3. MAMIE DURHAM 1881, GA
  4. JODIE DURHAM 1884, GA
  5. EMANUEL DURHAM 1887, GA
  6. EDGAR DURHAM 1888, GA
  7. SEALY DURHAM 1891, GA
  8. CHENEY DURHAM 1892
  9. WALTER DURHAM 1893, GA
  10. SIMEON DURHAM 1895, GA
  11. CHARLES DURHAM 1895, GA

 

 

 

The Most High Creator YAH Completes Another Puzzle

This is a comparison picture of my great-great grandmother Sarah Carter-Richardson born about 1840 in South Carolina and Pharaoh Mentuhotep II who reigned for 51 years on the throne and he reunited Egypt and Nubia. As I was working on my family genealogy one day I began to notice some slight facial similarities between them of their eyes, eyebrows, cheeks, lips, chin, neck, etc. According to DNA genetics these are examples of a person’s phenotype.

  • The observable physical or biochemical characteristics of an organism, as determined by both genetic makeup and  environmental influences.
  • The expression of a specific trait, such as stature based on genetic and environmental influences.
  • Some members of my family; have done DNA analysis tests one of which is my paternal Y-DNA. My paternal (my father Moses Sampson) hapolgroup is E1b1a and my paternal great-grandfather (my grandmother Betty Jones father) haplogroup is E1b1a8a1. In December 2012, a genetic study conducted by the same researchers who decoded King Tutankhamun’s DNA found that Ramesses III, second pharaoh of the Twentieth Dynasty of Egypt and considered to be the last great New Kingdom regent to wield any substantial authority over Egypt, belonged to Y-DNA haplogroup E-V38, alternatively known as haplogroup E1b1a.[39 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramesses_IIIUsimare
  • Subsequent analysis of the autosomal profile of the mummy of Pharaoh Rameses III also concluded that this matched the genetic profiles of the population of the Great Lakes region as well. The strong cultural connection between the ancient Egyptians and the modern people of the Great Lakes region of Africa have long been noted for more than a century now by ethnographers (people who study ethnicity). Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs related to Ugandans – DNA – Daily Monitor
    http://www.monitor.co.ug › Home › Other Features › Reviews & Profiles

    The living Descendants of the Ancient Egyptians – History Forum … www.allempires.com › … › Regional History or Period History › African History

    Jan 17, 2015 – The ancient Egyptian civilization is much older than the 5,000 year … They came in canoes on the River Nile as far as Juja, Uganda and later moved eastward into lake Victoria. ….. Named for the pharaoh who attempted to convert Egypt to … A previous issue of DNA Tribes Digest identified African related …
    Y-DNA Haplogroups are the groupings of mankind based on analysis of the Y-chromosome, which has been passed from father to son since the beginning of mankind.
  • Haplogroups can be determined from the remains of historical figures, or derived from genealogical DNA tests of people who trace their direct maternal or paternal ancestry to a noted historical figure.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_haplogroups_of_historic_people

I find it quite interesting that I found this picture of Pharaoh Mentuhotep II and later after comparing the picture of my great-great grandmother Sarah Carter-Richardson with his; they shared a few facial similarities. Then when I found that there was a possible DNA genetic lineage of the Y-DNA Haplogroup E1b1a & E1b1a8a1 through my grandfather Moses Sampson and my great grandfather Alonzo “Lonnie” Jones; it has been determined that the Y-Haplogroup leads to the patrilineal most recent common ancestor.  All of this new information has lead to my being overwhelmed with joy and excitement. Especially since, I started out knowing only hand full of my ancestral family members. Yes, I can see that once again, the Most High Creator YAH has put more pieces of the puzzle together of whom our ancestors were and where they originally came from.

CREATING SELF-SUPPORTING BLACK COMMUNITIES

This is a picture of the original Arnett Chapel A. M. E. Church in Quincy, Florida that I obtained from the Florida Memory State Library & Archive of Florida which my great-great-great grandfather Allen Jones bn. 1809, MD along with his friend Dennis Wood bn. 1830, NC erected in 1865 immediately after slavery during the Reconstruction Era. Detailed information considering the works my great-great-great grandfather Allen Jones and other AME ministers in the state of Florida are written in the book titled, LABORERS IN THE VINEYARD OF THE LORD.pdf. 

Allen Jones and Dennis Wood were joined by other like-minded emancipated ex-enslaved freed people; whose focus was on the establishment of churches which were to be used as central points of contact for uniting their people. Their goal was intended to form new black self-supporting communities with the church as a vessel. Two of my great-great-great grandfather Allen Jones sons, Washington Jones born 1852 in Florida (my great-great grandfather) and Uncle Moses Jones born 1858 in Florida also joined their father as ministers of the A. M. E. Church.

The works of these men and women started while they were still enslaved. If we look closely; it becomes evident that the Most High Creator YAH began to prepare them to accomplish His purposes early on. In spite of their being denied the right of learning to read, write and arithmetic.; many of them were skilled in various trades such as carpenters, masons, landscaping, shoe makers, farmers, cooks, semesters, nurses, midwifes, etc. for they had been involved in all aspects of the physical building, maintenance  and managing plantations. Therefore, these ex-enslaved people were well equipped in organizing self-efficient communities for living a life free of bondage.

His son, Washington Jones, my great-great grandfather was first ordained as a Deacon in 1873,  then serving in a pastoral assignment of the Island District, Orange Creek, Florida in 1876 and at the 1878 East Florida AME Conference at Palatka was one of seven presiding elders. Great-great grandpa Washington Jones became a vital part in the growth of the AME Church in Florida; as mentioned in the book, LABORERS IN THE VINEYARD OF THE LORD.pdf   an excerpt states the following: “Of even greater importance than the new churches, many old congregations grew and prospered. As early as the spring of 1881 signs of rejuvenation had begun to sprout; at Micanopy, Henry Hamilton almost tripled his membership in a few months. Soon, Bulley Wiley reported overflowing

Sunday schools in the Osceola District. At Callahan members purchased land to erect their first church. “And at Tampa, Washington Jones boasted of the largest congregation and membership of any colored   church in South Florida.”

Furthermore according to the book titled FLORIDA’S BLACK PUBLIC OFFICIALS, 1867-1924, these AME Ministers became organized and took an active role in the involvement of the political concerns and the advancement for the legal rights of their freed people. An important note of interest is how they were able to use their leadership which they gained within the Black communities through establishing churches throughout Florida. And, it mentioned that their churches developed a militancy which would provide the principle around which Florida’s most successful black leadership organized. And the church’s militancy would help to mold the lives and attitudes of thousands of Floridians, such as AME Minister James William Randolph and his better-known son, A. Philip Randolph. In this book it also stated, that my great-great-great grandfather Allen Jones held a political office of Gadsden County commissioner from 1870-1874 as well as his son, Richard Jones who was Fernandina Tax Assessor, 1883-1884.

Here are some more excerpts from the book “Laborers in the Vineyard of The Lord” which tells about the various people involved in the formation of the AME Church in Florida.

  • Gadsden County served as home to a number of Civil War–era local preachers. The foremost among them, Allen Jones Sr., hailed from Queen Anne’s County, Maryland, where he was born about 1813. “Sold South long before the war,” according to Bishop Alexander W. Wayman, Jones lived in or near Quincy. Lauded for his style of preaching, he would draw praise as a minister throughout his long career. “He preaches ‘Christ and him crucified,’ as though he was upon Mount Calvary, when the spear pierced His side and the metallic spikes his hands,” observed one colleague. In 1865, Jones joined with Dennis Wood to erect a brush arbor church near Quincy’s Tan Yard Branch. It later would carry the name Arnett Chapel. After his death at Quincy on February 28, 1888, an admirer would describe him as “probably the greatest minister Florida ever had.”34
  • The Reverend William Stewart, Florida’s first ordained AME minister. ..received into the AME fold the existing Bethlehem and Mt. Olive Churches, together with a new church called Springfield…The reverend thereafter worked his way eastward on the railroad toward Jacksonville, establishing churches where he found existing groups of black Methodists desirous of admission into the AME family. At Quincy, he joined Allen Jones Sr. and Dennis Wood in laying the organizational foundation for Arnett Chapel. Local pastor Robert Meacham had managed to raise sufficient funds to build a fine new sanctuary.
  • Some of the ministers with which my great-great-great grandfather Allen Jones were Charles H. Pearce, who as presiding elder had dominated AME affairs in the late 1860s and 1870s, had passed away in 1887. His principal lieutenants—John R. Scott Sr., William Bradwell, and George W. Witherspoon—were gone. Of the seven bishops who had overseen the state from 1865 to 1895, only three survived, including Grant. Jabez Pitt Campbell had succumbed in 1891, with John Mifflin Brown, Daniel A. Payne, and Thomas M. D. Ward following within a few years. Alexander W. Wayman would die later in 1895. Thus, Miami’s Greater Bethel Church traces its origins to 1896, and AME lay leaders such as Alexander C. Lightbourn Sr. can be counted among the city’s founding fathers.
  • Cornerstone-laying ceremonies at the Duval Street site had occurred on February 20 and had drawn a large crowd, including the region’s most popular black preacher, the Baptist James Page.
  • From Tallahassee, Pearce and Stewart toured the nearby congregations already accepted by the deacon. In Gadsden County, Pearce met Allen Jones, Dennis Wood, and their followers. The elder described the occasion as he saw it. “On the 9th of March I arrived in Quincy; had an interview with the former members of the M. E. Church South and they readily agreed to join the AME Church,” he wrote, “and on the 15th I received 453 members and appointed the proper officers.”

Photo from: Florida Memory State Library & Archives of Florida

 

 

PHENOTYPE: SIMILARITIES BETWEEN A PHARAOH & HIS DESCENDANT

My DNA paternal haplogroup is E1b1a which was determined in December 2012 that Pharaoh Rameses III of Egypt belong to the haplogroup. See reference below:

Dec. 4, 2013

A 2012 study done on the mummified remains of Ramesses III and his son determined that both y-chromosomes belonged to Haplogroup E1b1a (Y-DNA). The pharaoh’s y-chromosome belongs to the most frequent haplogroup among contemporary Sub-Saharan y-chromosomes.[22] -Wikipedia

Read more: http://newsrescue.com/dna-evidence-on-egyptian-pharaohs-ramses-iii-a-sub-saharan-african-black/#ixzz41U5ygoPb

I received from my cousin Michael H. a picture of my  great-great grandmother Sarah Carter Richardson born about 1840 in South Carolina the wife of my great-great grandfather Mark Richardson, Sr born about 1840 in South Carolina. They were both born enslaved Africans being part of the Trans Atlantic  Slave Trade Era.

Now, for some background information. I would like to  mention that my great-great grandmother Sarah Carter Richardson had 19 children, 18 sons and one daughter. Sarah Carter Richardson was my father’s mother’s grandmother, who was also named after her. His mother was named Sarah Jane Richardson born 1895 in South Carolina; she married his father, my grandfather Moses Sampson born 1895 in Georgia. He is my paternal lineage from my father Moses W. Sampson, Sr born 1924 in Florida; married my mother Catherine Bythwood born 1929 in Florida. And her parents were Henry Bythwood, Jr. born 1909 Georgia and Betty Jones born 1913 in Florida. They had one daughter Catherine Bythwood born 1929 in Florida married my father Moses W. Sampson, Sr. with children Marsha Sampson, Delmorris Sampson, Mae Linda Sampson and Moses W. Sampson, Jr.

I have done a DNA Genetic test as well as my two brothers a male cousin and our aunt; my father’s oldest sister at 93 years of age. First, the DNA genetic results for myself are haplogroup L2a1 and for my 93 year old paternal aunt her haplogroup is  U6a3f. Next, for my brothers haplogroup is E1b1a and male cousin E1b1a8a1.

Notation: Phenotype__ when I use the term phenotype it’s referring to ones physical features. Below is a photo of my great-great grandmother Sarah Carter Richardson along side of Egyptian Pharaoh Mentuhotep II. Even though, she has admixture due to the raping of her mother by a European male; I seem to see some physical similarities. What do you think? pharaoph 001

 

ISLAMIC ARABS, THE REAL SELLERS OF THE NEGROES IN AFRICA

 

Through my research I have discovered that it was not Hamitic Africans who sold the Hebrew Negroes of Africa into slavery; but it were Islamic Arabs who had conquered African Rulers; and replaced them with Islamic rulers. Below are the dates, Islamic  Rulers.   AFRICAN KINGDOMS – Kingdoms of Ancient African History

www.africankingdoms.com/

 

Yakub Al-Mansur (1149-1199)

 

  • Yakub Ibn Yusuk, better known as Al-Mansur, was the most powerful of the Moorish rulers who dominated Spain for five hundred years. His surname, Al-Mansur, means “The Invincible.” He defeated all of his enemies, never having lost a battle. Al-Mansur’s father was African and Arab, but his mother was a pure African slave, believed to have been from Timbuctoo or Senegal. Landing in Spain, defeating and capturing all major cities, Al-Mansur, returned to Africa with three thousand Christian captives, young women and children.

 

 

Abu Bakr II (c 14 Century)

 

  • Abu Bakr II ( also Mansa Abu Bakari II, or Mansa Mohammed) was the ninth mansa of the Mali Empire. He succeeded his nephew Mansa Mohammed ibn Gao and preceded Kankou Musa I.

 

Sunni Ali Ber (1464-1492)

 

  • Sunni Ali, whose real name was Ali Kolon, began as a common soldier in the army of KanKan Musa, Mandingo ruler of the Mellistine Empire, into which he had been forcibly enlisted, after the defeat and  enslavement of his people, the Songhays.

 

Mulai Ismael (1647-1727)

 

  • Mulai Ismael’s road to the throne was not easy. He was forced to fight many family members, including his brother Rachid and his nephew Achmet. Defeating enemy after enemy, Mulai devoted himself to internal affairs. He started by increasing the number of the Bokhura, a corp of fighting men which he founded earlier in his reign, made up of Africans from the Sudan

 

 

Muhammed Bello (1815-1837)

 

Ø  Muhammed Bello (reigned 1815 – 1837) (Arabic: محمد بيلو) was the son and aide of Usman dan Fodio. He became the second Sultan of Sokoto following his father’s 1815 retirement from the throne. Bello faced early challenges from dissident leaders such as ‘Abd al-Salam, and rivalries between the key families of his father’s jihad. Bello soon consolidated his rule by granting land and power to these leading Fulani families.

 

Behanzin Hossu Bowelle “The King Shark” (1841-1906)

 

  • Behanzin Bowelle “The King Shark”, was the most powerful of the West African Kings in the last years of the 19th Century. Behanzin was the absolute master of his kingdom. A nod of his head meant life or death for his subjects. Not many were permitted to see him do even the most common things.

 

The DAHOMEMIAN Female Army (1841)

 

  • Dahomey was a wealthy West African empire. The elements of Dahomey’s success were its trade and its powerful army, whose soldiers were considered invincible. The fierce and mighty Behanzin Bowelle was the king of this great empire. His army contained 25,000 warriors, 5,000 of which were women. These women were thoroughly trained and kept trim by a system of gymnastics developed by the Dahomeys.

 

MY GRANDFATHER HENRY BYTHWOOD, JR. (AKA HENRY BROWN) DUAL FAMILIES

MY GRANDFATHER HENRY BYTHWOOD, JR. (AKA HENRY BROWN) DUAL FAMILIES

This story involves the explanation concerning the two family names Bythwood and Brown of my grandfather Henry Bythwood, Jr.; who was my grandma Betty Jones first husband. They both were my mother parents Henry Bythwood (a.k.a. Henry Brown) born about 1908 in Quitman, Georgia and her mother Betty Jones born about 1913 in Brewster, Florida. They had one child together, my mother Catherine Bythwood born 1929 in Florida. She married Moses William Sampson born 1924 in Florida children Marsha Sampson born 1946 in Florida, Delmorris Sampson born 1948 in Florida, Mae Linda Sampson born 1950 in Florida and Moses William Sampson, Jr. born 1953 in New York.  With regards to my grandma Bet’s husband Grandpa Henry Bythwood/Brown’s last name. It was said, that Grandpa Henry changed his name from Henry Bythwood to that of Henry Brown after he got into some sort of trouble with the law in the State of Florida.       Therefore, after the birth of my mother Catherine Bythwood he left Grandma Betty Jones with my Catherine in the State of Florida and moved to the State of Ohio. While living in Middletown Ohio, he married Helen Maguire born 1912 in Georgia. They had eight children, Dora Lee Brown, Rose Ann Brown, Catherine Brown, Louise Brown, Doris Brown, Geraldine Brown, Donald Brown and Louis Brown all born in Ohio.

However, my mother Catherine [Bythwood] Sampson finally did locate her father my grandpa Henry Bythwood, Jr. aka Henry Brown after she was grown. And she eventually met his other family (her other sisters and brothers.) Some of them even came too stayed with her and eventually moved to Albany, New York as permanent residents. Later, I will discuss the many spellings of his last name Bythewood.

A LASTING MEMORIAL AFTER 5O YEARS_GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

When I was 12 years old, I decided to go to Plant City, Florida in August and stay with my father’s mother grandma Sarah [Richardson] McBride which turned into a three years stay. I loved every minute of it bonding with my grandma Sarah with all my aunts, uncles and cousins. Now, it’s a fact that even after I moved away from Plant City, Florida then moved back to Albany, NY; Plant City, Florida has remained my choice of hometowns to live. However, during this time while I was living in Plant City, Florida great tragedy struck my family in Albany, NY. It occurred on September 19, 1958 one month after I left Albany, NY. My uncle Robert Lee Jones played football at Hudson High School; they were playing Catholic Central at Troy, NY. It seems that at the last play of the game uncle Robert Lee Jones was tackled and while underneath the pile of other players; in this position he choked on his own vomit. At this game there was no medical staff on the playing field; which in those years the requirement for medical staff to be at school games was optical in New York State. This tragedy left my grandmother, my mother and father in a traumatized state of mind. They all my grandmother, my parents and my brother Delmorris Sampson who was only 11 years old at the time; watched helplessly sitting in the bleachers as uncle Robert Lee Jones was carried off the football field. Just imagine they were all at the game watching the whole event transpire. Therefore, when I moved back to live with my parents no one ever talked about Uncle Robert Lee’s death. It wasn’t until 2013, when my cousin Thomas Jones, grandma Bet’s nephew her youngest brother Leslie Jones told me about an article he had read with regards to Uncle Robert Lee’s death. Cousin Thomas Jones had “googled” the following:
hudson.wnyt.com/…/144417-hudson-high-class-1959-remembers-fallen-…‎
Thursday, July 5th, 2012, 6:32am…Robert Lee Jones, Hudson’s halfback, would die while making a tackle on the defensive…Students found out about it the next day in school….This chain of events culminated at their 50th class reunion when a decision…Owner B. J. Cantele donated the stone and installation services.
And this is how my family found out the details surrounding Uncle Robert Lee Jones death; when reading this article I notice a contact name Szepessy Frank with a phone was given. We contacted him and were invited to lunch with the sponsoring group of alumni called Friends of Bobby. After meeting with Frank Szepessy, he took us to Cedar Park Cemetery gravesite where the headstone for Uncle Robert Lee Jones was placed. And just recently we received an email from another class mate, Sal Cozzolino inviting our family to their 59th Class Reunion Gravesite Memorial Service in honor of our Uncle Robert Lee Jones. Can you imagine over 50 years later; his classmates still remember and honor him. Our family will forever be grateful to everyone who was involved in the honoring of our beloved family member Robert Lee Jones.