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51 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
WORRELL, Jonathan (I41763)
 
52 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
BRANSCOME, Matilda (I41764)
 
53 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, William (I41765)
 
54 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Howard (I41766)
 
55 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Lyn E. (I41767)
 
56 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Lloyd W. (I41768)
 
57 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Hasseltyne (Marie) (I41769)
 
58 From: Jacque Baker [mailto:Jacque@JacqueBaker.com] Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 12:27 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: [MARSHALL] Robert "Bobby" Marshall born 1781

Hi David,

I' communicated with you several years ago and have returned my
attention back to this Marshall line. I'm excited about the dna test
and seeing what connections we can make. Do you know of anyone else in
this line having taken the test? I could find nothing on the Marshall
dna site. Other than the lady from Mount Airy, do you have any proof of
Preston Marshall and Alice Handrake being the parents of Robert Marshall
Sr.? Doesn't your Marshall line connect with this line maternally?


The paper trail from my cousin to Robert Marshall Sr is strong. My line
is below. Hasseltyne Marie Marshall was my grandmother.

Jonah Marshall and Mahala Jackson had 8 children
Dove Marshall b 1858
Mary Elizabeth b 1860
Calvin ( 1862-1936)
John Walter (1866-1940) * My line
Robert Emmanuel (1867-1935)
Rose Bell (1870-1948)
Garland L (1872-?)
William Lee ( 1874-1938)

John Walter Marshall 1866-1940) married Cordelia Worrell (1867-1948).
Married April 25, 1889 in Star Va. I have a copy of the marriage license
and newspaper announcement and a photo of them. Cordelia Worrell was
the daughter of Jonathan Worrell (1833-1915) and Matilda Branscome
(1845-1920). I have their death certificates and family trees that go
back many generations.

John Walter and Cordelia had 7 chidren
William (1890-?)
Howard (1895-1950)
Lyn E. (1901-1980)
Lloyd W. (1903-1943)
Hasseltyne "Marie" (1905-1989) * My line
Bruce (1910-1958) My cousin testing is Bruce's son- the last of the
male Marshall's of John Walter and Cordelia.

Jacque Baker
Jacque@JacqueBaker.com
San Diego, CA 
MARSHALL, Bruce (I41770)
 
59
From: Arthur Marshall [mailto:arthurvm@bellsouth.net]
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2012 11:21 PM
To: William Moran; Vic Alexander; Suzan Moran (home); Suzan Moran; Richard (Rick) Aycock III; Phyllis Smith McDonald; Peggy Alseth; Patti Scruggs; Meredith Boggs; Marsha Greathouse; Kenny & Carisa Marshall; Judy Marshall; John Brinkley; Jimmy Alexander; Janis Pope Spalding; Gary Cooper; Francis kiker; Faye Kennedy; Dennis Marshall; David Marshall; Cheri Marshall Schwartz; Cathy M. Fullagar; Arthur Marshall; Ann Henderson Howell; Amanda (Mandy) Adams; Ann Harris
Subject: Janet Marshall Young passing


You have all seen the message Cathy sent out about her mother Janet passing away. I an attaching the obituary from the Winston-Salem Journal for your information and another message from Cathy regarding the plans for her mother. Janet was the last of the Marshall family fathered by Sidney Daniel Marshall and Nora, and Sidney and Ila Marshall.
Arthur (Sonny) Marshall, Jr.

"The service will be probably in the fall. There are a lot of details and $ issues right now and I will be going down next week to bring her ashes home with me." Cathy

Janet Marshall "Jan" Young

Obituary
Guest Book
" Cathy and family - May you smile through all your tears as..."
"I will truely miss my grandmother. She was an amazing..."
- Traci Short
View Sign


YOUNG NORTH MYRTLE BEACH Janet "Jan" Marshall Young Feb. 20, 1932 - July 10, 2012 Janet "Jan" Marshall Young passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Jan was born on February 20, 1932 in Forsyth County, NC to the late Sidney D. Marshall and Mary Ila Fuqua, having a sister Mary who died at birth. Jan had ten half brothers and sisters; Macie, Howard, Johnsie, Edrena, Arthur, Wilson, Helen, Paul, Carlton and Gwen who all preceded her in death. Jan was employed at Western Electric in Winston-Salem, NC and retired with 26 years of service. Jan married Calvin "Cal" Young, Sr. in 1961 and they celebrated 50 years of marriage before Cal passed in 2011. After retiring in 1978, she and Cal moved to N. Myrtle Beach, SC. She was an active member in the woman's sorority, Beta Sigma Phi for 30+ years, was an avid golfer and an artist/crafter who loved music. Jan loved people and was a devoted wife, Mother and friend who lived life to the fullest even when given many health challenges. Jan is survived by her daughter, Catherine and her children Matthew and Traci and great grandson Jake; and by husband Cal's children; Cal Jr. and his daughters Amanda and Robynn and great granddaughter Maddy; and Carol Sue and her sons Greg, Brad and Jeff and great grandchildren Carson and Jordan. We ask all who knew Jan to celebrate a life well lived and keep her spirit alive in memory. A private celebration of Jan's life will be held in Winston-Salem, NC at a future date. In lieu of flowers, please share your favorite memory, story or quote of Jan via email to her daughter, Catherine Marshall at janslife@earthlink.net . Lee Funeral Home & Crematory of Little River/North Myrtle Beach is serving the family.


Published in Winston-Salem Journal on July 19, 2012

 
MARSHALL, Elsie Janet (I10478)
 
60
In the photo are (Benjamin Franklin) Frank Wimer, his wife, Anna Mary (aka Mary Ann) (Bacon), holding their infant son Clemons Franklin Wimer, as well as their two daughters. Seated between them is Florence Agnes ('Dottie') Wimer (married name was Vasatka---grandmother-in-law of researcher Pat Vasatka). My grandmother, Hazel Kate Wimer, is standing in the back.

______________________________________________
From: "Donna in Dallas"
To:
Subject: GENEALOGY: Elizabeth Marshall's daughters, F.A. Rebecca and Mary Jane Westmoreland
Date: Friday, November 21, 2003 1:57 PM

Hi David,

I'm the great-great-grandaughter of BOTH Flori Ann Rebecca Westmoreland AND her sister Mary Jane Westmoreland. They married brothers. Then one of each of their grandchildren married each other (2nd cousins). Those were my grandparents.

CORRECTION FOR YOUR DATABASE: Flori Ann Rebecca Westmoreland married WILLIAM R. WIMER, not Wayne Wimmer. (Wimer is pronounced with a long "I".) Their marriage license info is at the official Illinois vital statistics web site. (Elizabeth Marshall Westmoreland's family was living in McLean County Illinois during the 1860 Census and they were in Douglas County Minnesota for the 1870 Census.)

Here's some of the information I have:

FLORI ANN REBECCA WESTMORELAND was born Feb. 13, 1847 in Winston Salem, Stokes Co., NC, and died May 24, 1896 in Hastings, Dakota County, Minnesota. She married WILLIAM R. WIMER on July 6, 1865 in Clinton, DeWitt County, Illinois. She and William are buried in the Lakeside Cemetery In Hastings, Minnesota. Their son BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ('FRANK') WIMER was my great-grandfather. Frank's daughter HAZEL KATE WIMER was my grandmother.

MARY JANE WESTMORELAND was born November 10, 1848 in Winston Salem, North Carolina, and died August 8, 1920 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. She married William's brother THOMAS WIMER. Their daughter ALICE ELIZABETH WIMER was my great-grandmother. Alice's son CLARENCE THOMAS CRAIG was my grandfather, and he married Hazel Kate Wimer (above).

One of Clarence Thomas and Hazel Kate Wimer Craig's eight children was my father LOREN MELVIN CRAIG.

Could you tell me who gave you the information on Flori Ann Rebecca? Or else could you give that person my contact information? I've got some questions about the Westmorelands. I'd also be interested in learning of anyone else who is interested in Flori Ann Rebecca and Mary Jane's families.

I have a little more information about the names of Elizabeth Marshall's children and all of their birthdates. I also have the names of many of the children and grandchildren of F.A. Rebecca and Mary Jane Westmoreland Wimer. I can provide you with a studio photograph of (F.A. Rebecca Westmoreland's son) Benjamin Franklin (Frank) Wimer, his wife and 3 children, taken in 1905. I have it stored at an online picture-hosting site. Let me know if you're interested in any of this information.

YOUR MARSHALL WEBSITE IS WONDERFUL! Finding it was like receiving an early Christmas present. I'd already gotten much of the information from a second cousin, and had found more online, but it's nice to be able to see it so clearly organized. And it's also interesting to see more about the Marshall descendancy, as well as the great pictures.

I know you put a tremendous amount of time and effort into creating and maintaining your website. I sincerely appreciate your generosity in sharing the information with those of us who have an interest in family history.

Donna Craig Seidel
3939 Clubway Lane
Dallas, Texas 75244
972-406-8250
thegypsies@yahoo.com 
WIMER, Hazel Kate (I15375)
 
61
Julie Kallam Turner David Marshall - you and I are a DNA match according to Ancestry. It is thru William Snyder Joyce. As pointed out by Jim and Thomas, William Snyder's parents were William B. Joyce. My ancestor Elizabeth Joyce was a sibling of William Snyder Joyce. The only way I have been able to match all this up is thru DNA. I wish you peace as you grieve for the loss of your wife.


Julie Kallam Turner David Marshall - my ancestry username is juliekturner. My line goes thus: Me>William Kallam>Fletcher Kallam>Quincy Shelton>Elizabeth Joyce. Here is the link to our match. https://www.ancestry.com/.../005586BA-0003-0000-0000...
Manage


 
SHELTON, Quincy (I44124)
 
62
Julie Kallam Turner David Marshall - you and I are a DNA match according to Ancestry. It is thru William Snyder Joyce. As pointed out by Jim and Thomas, William Snyder's parents were William B. Joyce. My ancestor Elizabeth Joyce was a sibling of William Snyder Joyce. The only way I have been able to match all this up is thru DNA. I wish you peace as you grieve for the loss of your wife.


Julie Kallam Turner David Marshall - my ancestry username is juliekturner. My line goes thus: Me>William Kallam>Fletcher Kallam>Quincy Shelton>Elizabeth Joyce. Here is the link to our match. https://www.ancestry.com/.../005586BA-0003-0000-0000...
Manage


 
KALLAM, Fletcher (I44126)
 
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JOLLAY, Charles Thomas (I43477)
 
64 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. YOKLEY, Tammy Lynn (I32513)
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JOLLAY, Rachel Lynn (I43480)
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JOLLAY, Harker Elania Rose (I43490)
 
67 Evelyn Turner Aycock was born August 6, 1918, in Baltimore, MD.
She passed away at her home in Smithfield on October 25, 2012 at the age of 94. She and her parents (the late Dewey Harris and Macie Marshall Turner moved back to North Carolina when she was very young, living in several towns in the western part of the state. She graduated from high school in Lincolnton, NC and attended High Point College for two years. In 1941, she married Richard Noble Aycock, Jr. While Richard was in service during World War II, she became the first woman to work in the Weather Bureau at the Greensboro-High Point Airport. She worked as a meteorological aide for observing and forecasting weather. She was the only woman on the East Coast to operate a radiosonde machine (which gathered atmospheric conditions while attached to a hydrogen filled balloon) during those years. She also worked at Winston-Salem and Charlotte airports.

In 1947, she and her husband moved to Smithfield, NC to establish Aycock Propane Gas Company. She assisted in the business until she began to work for The Smithfield Herald in 1960, as a bookkeeper. She retired in 1982 as the office manager.

After she retired, she and her husband took many trips around the USA and Canada and traveled to South Korea when her daughter and family were living there.

Mrs. Aycock supported many civic organizations with her time and leadership. These include the Smithfield Woman?s Club, Johnston County Genealogical Society, Contact Telephone Ministry, and United Daughters of the Confederacy. She was a charter member of the Smith-Bryan Daughters of the American Revolution. She has been a member of the Centenary Methodist Church since 1947 and was member of the Sadie Spiers Circle there.

Evelyn and Richard Aycock were married 65 years until his death on May 20, 2006.

Mrs. Aycock is survived by her daughter, Frances Aycock Kiker and husband Carl Kiker of Salem, VA and her son, Richard Noble Aycock III of Garner, NC. Her five grandsons are Christopher Cayce Dalton of Portland, Maine, Benjamin Wesley Dalton (wife Alexandra) Dalton of Raleigh, NC, Aaron Alexander Dalton of New York City, NY, William Cullen Casey of Radford, VA, and Richard Noble Aycock IV of Raleigh, NC. Her two great-granddaughters are Eleanor Fowler Dalton and Tess Olivia Dalton of Raleigh, NC
 
AYCOCK, Richard Noble Jr. (I20844)
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. AYCOCK, Frances Evelyn (I20950)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. KIKER, Carl Kelly (I43553)
 
70 From: William Brundick
To: david@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 7:53 AM
Subject: Talbott family


Hi,

I am also descended from Thomas Jefferson Talbott and Honora Mckenzie. Honora's father was not Daniel Mckenzie. This is a mistake in the Ida Shirk book. Her parents were John Mckenzie and Anna Maria Jones. T.J. Talbott's mother, Mary Porter is the daughter of Richard Porter, son of Charles Porter.

Eleanor Brundick 
JONES, Anna Maria (I39274)
 
71 From: William Brundick
To: david@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 7:53 AM
Subject: Talbott family


Hi,

I am also descended from Thomas Jefferson Talbott and Honora Mckenzie. Honora's father was not Daniel Mckenzie. This is a mistake in the Ida Shirk book. Her parents were John Mckenzie and Anna Maria Jones. T.J. Talbott's mother, Mary Porter is the daughter of Richard Porter, son of Charles Porter.

Eleanor Brundick 
PORTER, Richard (I39275)
 
72 From: William Brundick
To: david@marshallgenealogy.org
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 7:53 AM
Subject: Talbott family


Hi,

I am also descended from Thomas Jefferson Talbott and Honora Mckenzie. Honora's father was not Daniel Mckenzie. This is a mistake in the Ida Shirk book. Her parents were John Mckenzie and Anna Maria Jones. T.J. Talbott's mother, Mary Porter is the daughter of Richard Porter, son of Charles Porter.

Eleanor Brundick 
PORTER, Charles (I39276)
 
73 Buried in a plot just outside Mountain Creek Church
Cemetary. The church officials would not let him be buried in the church
cemetary because he hanged himself.
___________________________________________

Marshall 0375, pg. 9
_________________________________________
From: Mike M” mlmonroe@earthlink. net
To:
Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2003 10:48 PM
Subject: Updates for website
Mr Marshall,


Pitman and Intha’s 2nd oldest child, Charles Rufus Lewis. Birth and death are correct. Buried at Mountain Creek Baptist, Rutherford County, NC. 
LEWIS, Rufus (I11869)
 
74 Discharged at Camp Dennison, OH, on 30 August, 1864. Pension authorized 21 August 1915. Private.
Buried in Roselawn cemetery.
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GEDCOM File from Kathy Farrell

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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
EARL, Thomas Milton (I39505)
 
75 GROOM BRIDE CNTY DATE VOL/PAGE LIC
__________________________________________________________________________ ___________
CROSIER, EDWIN M EARL, FLORA MISS CHAMPAIGN 02/24/1889 004/0201 00003858

1920 Census says Edwin's father was born in New Jersey and his mother in Ohio.

Blue Springs Cemetery is located in Section 8 of Blue Springs-Wymore Twp, 1 mile north of downtown Wymore.

Died in Voss Nursing Home. Informant was Joe Crosier. Mother and Father listed as unknown.
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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
CROSIER, Edwin M. (I39503)
 
76 Hi
I've been working with the file that you so graciously sent me and several other sources and have some questions that I hope you don't mind I ask. The answers may actually add to our data.

1. Reference a Genform posting on the Venable Family Genealogy Forum by Jessica Jennings of 03/30/2000. She lists William Venable m. Ursuly East and 12 children.

a. She lists George, b. 1806/7 m. Katherine Venable. You list George Forkner (not a last name of Venable) m. Katherine Unknown. Do you know which is correct?

b. She also lists Drury Venable, b. 1808 m. Chancy Fry. You do not have a wife for Drury but do list 6 children. Do you think that Chancy is his wife?

2. Reference an Ancestry.com file upload by "KYBorn" that starts with William Venable m. Margaret Unknown, and has John, William and Rebecca as their children. The only branch of these three that the remainder of the file includes is the children of John and Mary Curry.

a. The birth dates for all of John and Mary's children differ from yours. I've checked a few of yours against "The Stones of Surry County" and other places and your file is consistent with these sources, making this upload suspect. Anyway, KYBorn lists "Sally" as a child and I presume that this could be our "Sarah", but the birth dates don't match. KYBorn has her birth at 1789 and you have her birth at 3/12/1795. KYBorn indicates that Sally married Jonathan Unthank. You do not have a spouse for her. If this is our Sally, then there are many more generations after her that we can add to the family. What do you think?

Hope your new year is wonderful!

deb

Deborah A. Burkhart

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/u/r/Deborah-A-Burkhart 
FRY, Chancy (I38349)
 
77 Lester was born on December 9, 1875, and had previously been married to Bessie Martha Newman by whom he had one daughter, Ethel Deane Stisser, born August 7, 1899 (she is still living).

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From:
To:
Subject: Re: Bible Genealogy
Date: Sunday, December 29, 2002 11:19 AM

Hi David -

Thanks for all the work you have done on your data base. I did notice a
couple of errors that you might want to correct:

Verla Jane Gearhart died on February 14, 1992 (not 1922)

Ethel Deanne Stisser - not Ethel Deanna Stisser

Take care. Hope to send you a lot more in the new year.

Mike 
STISSER, Ethel Deanne (I38548)
 
78 Lester was born on December 9, 1875, and had previously been married to Bessie Martha Newman by whom he had one daughter, Ethel Deane Stisser, born August 7, 1899 (she is still living). NEWMAN, Bessie Martha (I38547)
 
79 Married in either Seymour or Bondville, Illinois Family F14139
 
80 Marshall 0369. HENDRIX, Jesse (I41564)
 
81 Marshall 0369. MARTIN, Rolla (I41565)
 
82 no children
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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
SCOGGIN, Russell C. (I39519)
 
83 no children
Buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery
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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
EARL, Burchard Milton (I39510)
 
84 no children
Cremated
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GEDCOM File from Kathy Farrell

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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
EARL, Herbert Maxwell (I39516)
 
85 Possibly married 3 more times to men named healy, Harris, and Annis.
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GEDCOM File from Kathy Farrell

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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
EARL, Elizabeth May (I39512)
 
86 She was Mrs. Gouldier before marrying Russell Lynn Earl. Buried in Roselawn Cemetery

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GEDCOM File from Kathy Farrell

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kjfarrell@cybertrails.com (Kathy Farrell)

Monday, April 22, 2002 8:58 AM

1.Thomas Milton Earl (21 Aug 1844-21 Feb 1921) m. Ruth Ellen Taylor 16 Nov 1871 (15 Sep 1853-22 Mar 1926)
2. Flora Earl (05 Jul 1872-22 Jan 1941) m. Edwin M. Crosier 24 Feb 1889 (14 Dec 1864-30 Jan 1953)
3. Edward Marshall Crosier (03 Jul 1893-04 Jan 1969) m. Daisy Ethel Ackerman 20 Feb 1915 (13 Jan 1898-24 Jun 1969)
4. Bonnie Jean Crosier Sterzer (still living)
5. Kathleen June Sterzer Farrell (that's me!)
Here's the lineage for Thomas Milton. The first Thomas Earl was from England. Legend has it he was born at sea on the way over. Rhoda was born in MD. No further information has been found about their parents. He was a Revolutionary War soldier, but NARA claims they can't find any bounty, pension, or service records. He did claim his bounty land in Ohio and moved there about 1803 when Ohio became a state. The DAR has him listed as a Revolutionary veteran and he is listed in their Patriot graves book. He was buried on his farm which later became part of Camp Sherman in Ross County.
a. Thomas Earl (1762-15 Feb 1844) m. Rhoda Busick 29 Oct 1791 (1762-10 Dec 1810)
b. Thomas Earl (11 Dec 1800-28 Jan 1874) m. Elizabeth Augustus 11Apr 1826 (29 Sep 1807-09 Apr 1872)
c. Thomas Milton Earl see above 
HENSLEY, Mary Elizabeth (I39526)
 
87 ! From Alice Hall, her daughter. WELCH, Ada Elizabeth (I16592)
 
88 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HALL, Mary Ellen (I16593)
 
89 ! From Alice Hall, his daughter. BEAVER, Hiram Eugene (I16591)
 
90 ! From his daughter, Mary. FORTNER, Chephus Alexander (I16585)
 
91 ! From his daughter, Mary. TARLTON, Margaret Amelia (Mary) (I16586)
 
92 ! From his daughter-in-law, Mary. TEVEPAUGH, John Henry (I16587)
 
93 ! From his daughter-in-law, Mary. STANFORD, Margaret C. (Mary) (I16588)
 
94 ! From Mary (Hall) Groff, her daughter. KYZER, Sarah Ellen (I16590)
 
95 ! From Mary (Hall) Groff, her sister. HALL, Margaret Evelyn (I36776)
 
96 ! From Mary (Hall) Groff, his daughter. HALL, William Franklin (I16589)
 
97 ! From Mary (Hall) Groff, his sister. HALL, Ira Monroe (I36775)
 
98 ! From Mary (Hall) Groff. HAYER, Reuben James (I36771)
 
99 ! From Mary (Hall) Groff. CASE, Kevin Wayne (I36772)
 
100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HALL, Jodi Ellen (I36773)
 

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