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Mona Workman

Female 1883 - 1964  (80 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mona Workman was born 16 Sep 1883, Fulton, Kentucky (daughter of Jefferson Porter Workman and Narcissa Jeffers Hammonds); died 14 Feb 1964, Fulton, Kentucky.

    Notes:

    Also called Mary Workman.

    Mona married William A. Boyd. William was born Abt 1881, Kentucky. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. William Clayton Boyd was born Abt 1911, Kentucky.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Jefferson Porter WorkmanJefferson Porter Workman was born 3 Mar 1835, Weakley, Tennessee (son of John Mack Workman and Dorothy Alan Cates); died 25 Oct 1919, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky; was buried , Fairview Cemetery, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.

    Notes:

    US Civil War, Confederate. Enlisted Oct 1861. Company E, 46th Tennessee Infantry. Captured at Island No. 10, sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois. He took the oath to the U.S. while in prison, and was discharged 30 August 1862.

    Jefferson married Narcissa Jeffers Hammonds 27 Mar 1864, Gibson County, Tennessee. Narcissa (daughter of Jesse Hammonds and Martha Mourning Adams) was born 21 Aug 1845, Milan, Gibson, Tennessee; died 24 Nov 1922, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky; was buried , Fairview Cemetery, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Narcissa Jeffers HammondsNarcissa Jeffers Hammonds was born 21 Aug 1845, Milan, Gibson, Tennessee (daughter of Jesse Hammonds and Martha Mourning Adams); died 24 Nov 1922, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky; was buried , Fairview Cemetery, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 1917, Fulton, Kentucky

    Notes:

    Often called "Sis" Hammonds.

    Children:
    1. Charles Workman
    2. Robert Alexander Workman was born 20 Dec 1865, Tennessee; died 11 Sep 1947, Fulton, Kentucky.
    3. Fredonia Ellen Workman was born 8 Aug 1871, Kentucky; died 3 Feb 1950.
    4. Ellen Workman was born Aug 1874, Tennessee.
    5. William Richard Workman was born 4 Oct 1875, Fulton, Kentucky; died 1 Jul 1945, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan; was buried , Fairview Cemetery, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.
    6. Emma Workman was born Feb 1879, Fulton, Kentucky.
    7. Horace Workman was born 28 Sep 1881, Fulton, Kentucky; died 1 Nov 1971, Fulton, Kentucky.
    8. 1. Mona Workman was born 16 Sep 1883, Fulton, Kentucky; died 14 Feb 1964, Fulton, Kentucky.
    9. Grace Ammie Workman was born 1 Apr 1887, Fulton, Kentucky; died 25 Sep 1975, Hopkins, Kentucky.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Mack Workman was born Abt 1799, Orange, North Carolina (son of Richard D. Workman and Cathrine Ann Williams); died 1889, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.

    John married Dorothy Alan Cates 1835. Dorothy was born 1800, North Carolina; died 1855, Henry, Henry, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Dorothy Alan Cates was born 1800, North Carolina; died 1855, Henry, Henry, Tennessee.
    Children:
    1. 2. Jefferson Porter Workman was born 3 Mar 1835, Weakley, Tennessee; died 25 Oct 1919, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky; was buried , Fairview Cemetery, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.
    2. Harvey R Workman was born 1837, Tennessee; died 18 Mar 1862.
    3. Mahala Workman was born 1840, Tennessee.
    4. Isaiah Elson Workman was born 18 Feb 1842, Tennessee; died 1915, Tennessee.
    5. Mary Elizabeth Workman was born 8 Apr 1846, Tennessee; died 27 Oct 1913, Hickman, Kentucky.

  3. 6.  Jesse Hammonds was born 11 May 1800, Franklin, North Carolina (son of Charles Hammonds and Rahab Manning); died 29 Jan 1852, Gibson, Gibson, Tennessee.

    Jesse married Martha Mourning Adams 29 Aug 1823. Martha (daughter of Jesse Adams and Unicy) was born 2 Oct 1806, Franklin, North Carolina; died 8 Nov 1893, Gibson, Gibson, Tennessee; was buried , Chapel Hill Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Martha Mourning AdamsMartha Mourning Adams was born 2 Oct 1806, Franklin, North Carolina (daughter of Jesse Adams and Unicy); died 8 Nov 1893, Gibson, Gibson, Tennessee; was buried , Chapel Hill Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: 13 Nov 1806, Franklin, North Carolina

    Notes:

    Martha Mourning Adams is currently the earliest-born direct ancestor of PNH for whom we have a photograph, albeit an obviously-retouched one.

    Children:
    1. Martha Patsy Hammonds was born 28 Jul 1825, Humphreys, Tennessee; died 28 Aug 1875.
    2. Young Jackson Hammonds was born 17 Oct 1827, Humphreys, Tennessee; died 30 Apr 1896, Gibson County, Tennessee.
    3. William Newton Hammonds was born 5 Oct 1829, Humphreys, Tennessee; died 19 Nov 1902, Gibson County, Tennessee.
    4. Charles Covington Hammonds was born 15 Dec 1832, Humphreys, Tennessee; died 2 Jan 1892, Gibson County, Tennessee.
    5. Jesse Washington Hammonds was born 28 Sep 1835, Humphreys, Tennessee.
    6. Louisa Catherine Hammonds was born 2 Feb 1838, Humphreys, Tennessee.
    7. Uriah Jasper Hammonds was born 10 Sep 1840, Benton, Polk, Tennessee; died 27 Dec 1915, Gibson County, Tennessee.
    8. Lurena Attaline Hammonds was born 9 Jan 1843, Benton, Polk, Tennessee; died 25 Feb 1873, Gibson County, Tennessee.
    9. 3. Narcissa Jeffers Hammonds was born 21 Aug 1845, Milan, Gibson, Tennessee; died 24 Nov 1922, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky; was buried , Fairview Cemetery, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.
    10. Rowena Abigail Hammonds was born 25 Jun 1850, Gibson County, Tennessee; died 23 Mar 1883, Fulton, Kentucky.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Richard D. Workman was born Abt 1776, Orange, North Carolina (son of John Workman and Sylvia Cate); died 6 May 1845, Weakley, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 6 May 1848, Weakley, Tennessee

    Richard married Cathrine Ann Williams 1796, North Carolina. Cathrine was born 1784, Bertie, North Carolina; died 1868, Weakley, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Cathrine Ann Williams was born 1784, Bertie, North Carolina; died 1868, Weakley, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    Or perhaps Anna Kathrine Williams.

    Children:
    1. Sarah Workman was born 1798; died 1814.
    2. Margaret Workman was born 1798, North Carolina; died 1846.
    3. Richard Workman was born 1798.
    4. 4. John Mack Workman was born Abt 1799, Orange, North Carolina; died 1889, Fulton, Fulton, Kentucky.
    5. Berry Workman was born 1808, North Carolina; died 1860.
    6. William S Workman was born Abt 1808, Orange, North Carolina; died 1869, Weakley, Tennessee.
    7. Allen Ruffin Workman was born 1810, Orange, North Carolina; died 7 Jun 1847, Weakley, Tennessee.
    8. Pleasant Green Workman was born 12 May 1822, Orange, North Carolina; died 1859, Weakley, Tennessee.

  3. 12.  Charles Hammonds was born Abt 1773; died 1817, Nash, North Carolina.

    Charles married Rahab Manning. Rahab (daughter of Willoughby Manning and Martha Culpepper) was born 1775; died 1858, Nash, North Carolina. [Group Sheet]


  4. 13.  Rahab Manning was born 1775 (daughter of Willoughby Manning and Martha Culpepper); died 1858, Nash, North Carolina.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Abt 1859, Franklin, North Carolina

    Children:
    1. Willoughby Hammonds was born , North Carolina; died 1836, Franklin, North Carolina.
    2. 6. Jesse Hammonds was born 11 May 1800, Franklin, North Carolina; died 29 Jan 1852, Gibson, Gibson, Tennessee.

  5. 14.  Jesse Adams was born 1753, Granville, North Carolina (son of Jesse Adams and Martha Johnson); died 6 Dec 1835, Humphreys, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    From Jesse Adams's application for a Revolutionary War pension, 20 Sep 1832:

    "[S]tates he was mustered into service at Kingston in the state of North Carolina under Capt John Whitley and Matthew Crellars Lieutenant under Col Wm Caswell and marched monks corner in South Carolina thence to the White Cliffs in view of Augusta and down through Augusta and down near the mpouth of Briar Creek in pursuit of the British and when they got there they had taken up the bridge and that our enemy was stationed between Briar Creek and the Savannah River until the British army marched -- and marched around and came down on the back of our troops; that he was sick at the time of the battle of Briar creek and was not at the same -- he then returned home to Franklin co North Carolina 1781."

    From the Hammonds Family Tree page:

    "In 1769 there is a record of deed of land in Bute Co., N.C. (Also shows deeds in 1774 and 1777 where he sold land.) Jesse Adams served in the Revolutionary War. He applied for a pension in 1832 while living in Humphreys Co., TN. In 1810 he is in the Nash Co., NC census. He moved that same year and is in the Smith Co., Tn census. In 1820 they are still in Smith Co.

    "They then moved to Humphreys Co., TN shortly after that because Jesse Hammonds and his wife Martha Mourning Adams married there in 1823. Jesse Adams died in Humphreys Co., TN on Dec 6, 1835, he was 82 years old! Nancy Alice (Nica) continued to live there until some of her children along with Jesse and Mourning moved to Gibson Co. around 1850. She then lived with some of her children. They had 12 children and they migrated through TN, KY, GA, AL."

    Note that Bute County, North Carolina was carved out of Granville County in 1764.

    Jesse married Unicy 26 May 1782. Unicy was born 21 Nov 1766, North Carolina; died 1860. [Group Sheet]


  6. 15.  Unicy was born 21 Nov 1766, North Carolina; died 1860.

    Notes:

    Also called Audrey; Nancy.

    The Hammonds Family Tree page gives her name as Nancy Alice and adds a "???". It has her birth date as 21 Nov 1766, just as we do.

    A note on their page for her spouse, Jesse Adams, refers to her as "Nancy Alice (Nica)". It's easy to see how "Unicy" could be derived from that.


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    Document transcribed on the "Hammons & Garvin Family Tree" on ancestry.com:

    Declaration

    In order to obtain the benefit of act of Congress of the 7 of July 1838 entitled An act granting half pay and pensions to certain widows

    State of Tennessee

    Benton County

    On this thirty first day of October one thousand eight hundred and forty personally appeared before me JESSE HAMMONDS as acting Justice oof the peace in and for Benton County band state aforesaid UNICY ADAMS a resident of the State of Tennessee in the county of Benton aged seventy three years November 21st 1839.

    Who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on her oath made the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress passed July 7 1838, entitled an act granting half pay and pensions to certain widows: That she is the widow of JESSE ADAMS who was a private in the militia in the revolutionary wwar having a certificate of pension from the War department for twenty six dollars and sixty six cents per annulment during his natural life.

    She farther declares that she was married to JESSE ADAMS on the 26th day of May one thousand seven hundred and eighty two.  That her husband, the aforesaid JESSE ADAMS died on the 6th day of Dec one thousand eight hundred and thirty five.  That she was not married to him prior to his leaving the services, but the marriage took place previous to the first of January seventeen hundred and ninety four.

    viz: at the time above stated sworn to and subscribed to on the day and year above.

    Written before

    JESSE HAMMONDS, Justice

    of the peace for Benton County

    UNICY x ADAMS

    her mark 

    Children:
    1. 7. Martha Mourning Adams was born 2 Oct 1806, Franklin, North Carolina; died 8 Nov 1893, Gibson, Gibson, Tennessee; was buried , Chapel Hill Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee.