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Mary Andrews

Female 1643 - Aft 1690  (> 47 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mary Andrews was born on 15 Apr 1643; died after 7 Feb 1690.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Apr 1676, New Haven County, Connecticut
    • Alternate death: 1696, Hartford County, Connecticut

    Mary married Thomas Barnes after 23 Mar 1663. Thomas was born in in of Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut; died on 10 Jun 1691 in Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 2. Thomas Barnes  Descendancy chart to this point died in 1712 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Thomas Barnes Descendancy chart to this point (1.Mary1) died in 1712 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Thomas married Abigail Frost on 26 Jun 1685. Abigail (daughter of John Frost and Mercy Payne) was born on 8 Oct 1670 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died about 1746. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 3. Sarah Barnes  Descendancy chart to this point was born in 1689 in Connecticut; died after 1754 in Connecticut.


Generation: 3

  1. 3.  Sarah Barnes Descendancy chart to this point (2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born in 1689 in Connecticut; died after 1754 in Connecticut.

    Family/Spouse: Samuel Moulthrop. Samuel (son of Matthew Moulthrop and Hannah Thompson) was born on 13 Apr 1679 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died on 30 Jan 1713 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 4. Phebe Moulthrop  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 15 Oct 1711 in East Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died about 1776.


Generation: 4

  1. 4.  Phebe Moulthrop Descendancy chart to this point (3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 15 Oct 1711 in East Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died about 1776.

    Phebe married Joseph Perkins on 23 Feb 1729 in First Congregational Church, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut. Joseph (son of Stephen Perkins and Elizabeth Ford) was born on 18 Sep 1701 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died about 1776. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 5. Timothy Perkins  Descendancy chart to this point was born before 27 Jun 1736; died in Aug 1782 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.


Generation: 5

  1. 5.  Timothy Perkins Descendancy chart to this point (4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born before 27 Jun 1736; died in Aug 1782 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 27 Jun 1736, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
    • Alternate death: Aft 1782

    Notes:

    He has to have left Connecticut before 1776, because in that year the will of his father-in-law Abel Sperry refers with evident bitterness to the removal of his daughters Miriam and Lois, "contrary to my desire," to North Carolina.

    He and his brother Joseph may have been the Timothy and Joseph Perkins who were Loyalist soldiers in South Carolina in 1781-82.

    "By all accounts, probably between 1771 and 1773, Timothy Perkins, along with his wife and children, his brother, Joseph, other relatives and in-laws, and, perhaps, even his parents, left Connecticut and settled in northwestern North Carolina in probably what was then either Rowan or Surry County. Their migration is confirmed by the will of Abel Sperry, Sr., father of Miriam Sperry Perkins, made January 29, 1776, in which he states that, 'my Second son namely Wm Sperry and two of my Daughters Namely Merriam Perkins the wife of Timothy Perkins & namely Lois Sperry has made a remove to North Carolina contrary to my desire'. The reason that they moved is not definitely known; however, it has been suggested that it was a consequence of the general political ferment and disorder prevalent in New England in the decade preceding the Revolutionary War. Within this context, there is strong evidence that the Perkins brothers were dedicated loyalists, i.e., Tories. Moreover, it is further suggested that a Whig faction sympathetic to rebellion became politically ascendant in Connecticut in the late 1760s and persecuted those who expressed loyalty to the Crown. However, the southern colonies were less rebellious and, therefore, would have likely been attractive to those having loyalist sentiments. In addition, there had been some migration, including other members of the extended Perkins family, southward from New England to Delaware and the Valley of Virginia throughout the eighteenth century. Although the story has never been adequately substantiated, it has also been reported that the Perkins brothers had been tax collectors in New England, which, then as now, would have made them unpopular and, perhaps, motivated them to leave the community to escape political persecution and social condemnation." [David R. Evans, citation details below]

    "According to Wilkes Co, NC, Deed Book 1, 1778-1783, Timothy Perkins received grant no.55 on Gap Creek in the area that would become Ashe Co., NC. His brother-in-law, William Sperry, received grant no.127 in the Old Fields." [Ancestry of Jabez Perkins, 1766-1836, by Steven C. Perkins, citation details below]

    "J. D. Perkins, Esq., an attorney at Kendrick, Va., in a letter to his brother, L. N. Perkins, at Boone, N. C., of date December 1, 1913, says that his ancestors Joseph and Timothy Perkins were tax gatherers under the colonial government of Massachusetts about the commencement of the Revolutionary War, but removed to Old Fields, Ashe county on account of political persecution. They remained loyal to the King during the whole of the Revolutionary War, and Timothy was killed somewhere in Ashe in a Tory skirmish. Timothy left several sons and one daughter, Lucy, J. D. Perkins' great grandmother, who married a man named Young. Joseph also left sons and daughters. 'I have forgotten the names of most of our great grand uncles,' wrote J. D. Perkins in the letter above mentioned, 'but I remember to have heard our mother tell about seeing "Granny Skritch," a sister to our great-great-grandfather, and who was very old at that time, and living with one of her Perkins relatives up on Little Wilson. Our mother was then quite small and the old lady (Granny Skritch) was very old and confined to her bed; but our mother was impressed with Granny Skritch's loyalty, even then, to King George, and the manner in which she abused the Patriot soldiers in her talk.'" [History of Western North Carolina by John Preston Arthur. Raleigh, North Carolina: Edwards and Broughton, 1914. Chapter V.]

    Regarding the above, as David R. Evans notes (citation details below), the Perkins brothers were from Connecticut, not Massachusetts, and Ashe County, NC, didn't exist at the time of the Revolution, but these are minor lapses of generational memory. "Granny Skritch" was probably Timothy Perkins's sister Charity, b. 1756 in New Haven, who married a man named Screech.

    From A Factual History of Early Ashe County, North Carolina -- Its People, Places and Events by Eleanor Baker Reeves (West Jefferson, North Carolina, 1986):

    Why did they leave Connecticut? I found the following by Dow Perkins in the Wilkes Co library:

    "As one considers the Connecticut genealogy and realizes New Haven was one of the oldest and most enlightened areas of this land before the revolution, one wonders why families that had been in the New Haven area for over 100 years should migrate to the still wilderness of S. W. Virginia and North Carolina. There is a possible explanation in the history of Connecticut.

    "New Haven was the mother town of the New Haven colony, which was early independent of the Colony of Connecticut, but consolidated into the Connecticut Colony when John Winthrop Jr became governor of it. The Congregational Church (Puritan) was made the 'State Church'. Its members were the leaders and political power in the colony. As its population increased, the old problem of the 'haves' and 'have nots' caused a split in the church between the conservatives (loyalists and tories) and radicals (Whigs) in increasing social and political conflict. In 1776 [sic - 1766] the Whigs defeated the Tories politically, and the Whigs instituted a persecution of the Tories. The history of the Colony records that some 2000 to 2500 paid dearly for their loyalty to the King. This undoubtedly accounts for the disappearance of so many ancient families from Connecticut soon after 1766, an exodus that continued long after the Revolution, directly westward and down the Ohio River, and southwest down the 'Wilderness Road' from the 'Great Road of Virginia' to Cumberland Gap and into Kentucky.

    "Why these Perkins went to S. W. Va and western North Carolina is also probably explained by the fact that kin folk had earlier migrated to Delaware and then to the Valley of Virginia ... Thus when Timothy and Joseph left Connecticut they probably took the course of joining kinsmen in these areas, especially as at that time, 1769-1773 this area was loyalist and tory in sympathy."

    The [John Preston] Arthur story that they were tax collectors in New England and had to leave has not been confirmed. But they were historic tories, very dedicated. There is an undertone of bitterness from which I conclude they probably left after the 1766 defeat. Miriam's father Abel Sperry bitterly says in his will in Jan. 1766 [sic - 1776] that his daughter had gone to North Carolina against his wishes.

    Further from David R. Evans (citation details below):

    The death of Timothy Perkins, Sr., is a particularly vexing question for historians of this family. In particular, it has been asserted by Mr. Dow Perkins and others that Timothy Perkins, Sr., survived to a great age, dying in 1834, after which he was reportedly buried with his second (and much younger) wife, Ann Sturgill Perkins, in the "Sturgill Cemetery" (also known as the "Zion Hill Baptist Church Cemetery"). Moreover, it is further reported that Ann was born in 1794 or 1795, that they married about 1812 and had one daughter, Lydia, and that Ann died about 1813. (Nothing specific seems to be known about the daughter beyond that she was said to have married someone named Price.) Furthermore, there are at least two Sturgill Cemeteries proposed as burial places for the couple, viz., along Helton Creek about one mile north of the village of Sturgills in Ashe County, North Carolina, and about two miles south of Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, just over the border in Alleghany County, North Carolina, near the New River. (Alleghany County was formed from eastern Ashe County in 1859.) Indeed, it seems that a stone has been recently erected in "Old Sturgill Cemetery" in Alleghany County which, along with others, explicitly includes the name of Ann Sturgill Perkins. Even so, the preponderance of documentary and circumstantial evidence indicates that none of this is correct. In particular, George Morris was appointed as guardian for Jabez Perkins, minor son of Timothy, Sr., in Wilkes County in either 1783 or 1784 and, according to the common law prevailing at the time, this is an almost certain indication that Jabez Perkins was an "orphan", i.e., a minor whose father was deceased, regardless of whether his mother was living or not. (In addition, it has been asserted that Miriam Sperry Perkins had died in 1777 in childbirth; however, this is also a debatable proposition and, in any case, is of little significance here.) Furthermore, in her book, Ms. Reeves has published a particularly sound analysis put forward by Judge Paul M. Perkins, who also cites original manuscripts from the Eller Collection as well as family tradition in support of the death of Timothy Perkins, Sr., in a skirmish during the Revolutionary War. In contrast, it appears that the primary documentary evidence in support of the survival of Timothy Perkins, Sr., into the nineteenth century comes from the diary of Dr. Elisha Mitchell, a geologist who surveyed western North Carolina in 1827 and 1828. The diary is in the form of a series of letters and was published as a monograph with footnotes in 1905. The first mention of Timothy Perkins came in the entry for July 11, 1828, in which it was stated that he was living on Helton's Creek with "an army of maidens". In addition, an associated footnote states, "Ancestor of a number of Perkinses on Helton Creek. All wealthy." It appears that later researchers have, perhaps, misinterpreted this footnote as an indication that the Timothy Perkins mentioned in the diary was Timothy, Sr. However, the footnote was likely added to the text at the time of publication of the diary, that is to say, more than seventy-five years after its composition and hardly qualifies as convincing evidence that Timothy Perkins, Sr., was still alive at the time of Mitchell's tour. Furthermore, Timothy Perkins, Sr., settled in the Old Fields, which lies a considerable distance from Helton Creek. Since, he is believed to have had significant land holdings in this locality, of which there is no evidence that he ever sold, it seems improbable, although not impossible, that he would have been living on Helton Creek. Other younger members of the Perkins family were subsequently also mentioned in the diary; in particular Stephen Perkins, whose grandfather, Dr. Mitchell said, came from Connecticut. Clearly, this was a reference to Timothy, Sr., since his brother Joseph had no known grandsons named Stephen. Nevertheless, the context does not explicitly indicate that either of them were then still living. Of course, there can be no doubt that Dr. Mitchell actually met Timothy, William, and Stephen Perkins when he was traveling in the vicinity of Helton Creek; however, it is likely that these men were the sons and grandson, respectively, of Timothy, Sr. All things considered, it seems most plausible that Timothy Perkins, Sr., was a casualty of the American Revolution and was killed in Wilkes County in the summer of 1782 fighting for King and country.

    Timothy married Miriam Sperry about 1764 in New Haven County, Connecticut. Miriam (daughter of Abel Sperry and Miriam Hotchkiss) was born on 19 Feb 1743 in Cheshire, New Haven, Connecticut; died between 1783 and 1784 in Old Fields, Ashe, North Carolina. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 6. Jabez Perkins  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 6 Nov 1766 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died between Jan 1836 and Feb 1836 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in Jellico Creek Cemetery, Jellico Creek, Whitley, Kentucky.


Generation: 6

  1. 6.  Jabez Perkins Descendancy chart to this point (5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 6 Nov 1766 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut; died between Jan 1836 and Feb 1836 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in Jellico Creek Cemetery, Jellico Creek, Whitley, Kentucky.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Bef 13 Feb 1836, Jellico Creek, Whitley, Kentucky

    Notes:

    The ultimate genealogical curiosity connecting Teresa's and Patrick's known ancestry isn't a common ancestor, but a common relative. Jabez Perkins was born in 1766 in New Haven, Connecticut and died in 1835 in Whitley County, Kentucky. His parents, Timothy Perkins (1736-1782) and Miriam Sperry (1743-~1783), had moved from Connecticut to North Carolina, probably between 1771 and 1773, as part of a general emigration of Tory sympathizers from Connecticut as the colony's politics came more and more under the control of supporters of separation from Great Britain. Through his mother, Jabez Perkins was a descendant of six of Teresa's direct ancestors, and fully three of his offspring married the children of direct ancestors of Patrick. Adding a genealogical cherry on top, one of his grandchildren was the second wife of one of Patrick's GX3 grandfathers.

    To go into more detail, Jabez Perkins was a great-great grandson of Teresa's ancestors Richard Sperry (1606-1648) and his wife Dennes (1631-1707); a GX3-grandson of Teresa's ancestors Samuel Hotchkiss (1623-1663) and his wife Elizabeth Cleverly (d. 1681); and a GX3-grandson of Teresa's ancestors James Clark (d. 1689) and his wife Sarah (d. 1661). Jabez Perkins's son Solomon Perkins (1786-1824) married Nancy Freeman (1798-1870), daughter of Patrick's 4XG-grandparents James Brigham Freeman (d. 1830) and Mary Polly Moore (d. 1835). His daughter Amy Perkins (1798-1862) married Harrison White (1788-1853), son of Patrick's 4XG-grandparents John White (1750-1829) and Mary Shelton (1760-1824). His daughter Nancy Perkins (1803-1860) married Dempsey White (1798-1860), Kentucky state legislator, also a son of the aforementioned 4XG-grandparents of Patrick John White and Mary Shelton. And, improbably, Nancy and Dempsey's daughter Nancy White (1838-1928) was the second wife of Patrick's GX3-grandfather William Henderson Parker (1824-1898). To put it another way, the second wife of Patrick's GX3 grandfather--his mother's father's father's mother's father--was Teresa's fifth cousin five times removed. We strongly suspect time travelers were involved.

    From Steven C. Perkins:

    Born in New Haven, CT, before the American Revolution, he was raised in a Loyalist household in the North Carolina back country. As a child he saw his father, Timothy, and paternal uncle, Joseph, join the Loyalist forces against the Americans. According to contemporary accounts, his father and uncle were "notorious Tories" who one time captured Col. Cleveland, an American commander and virtual warlord in the New River settlements. While being held for trial by the Loyalists, Cleveland was able to escape, supposedly with the help of one of the women of the household. The family were early Methodists.

    By 1784 a guardian was appointed for Jabez in Wilkes Co., NC. Normally, one would assume this to mean that his father was dead. However, there is some evidence that Timothy Perkins was alive and living in Grayson Co., VA. [See our entry for Jabez's father Timothy for David R. Evans's argument to the contrary. —PNH] Shortly after the guardian was appointed, Jabez appears to have married and moved to Grayson Co., VA, where several of his children were born. In 1789, he was appointed administrator to the estate of his maternal Uncle, William Sperry, in Wilkes Co., NC. It is not yet known if William Sperry was a Loyalist or if he supported the Americans in the Revolution.

    By 1813 he was in the Knox/Whitley Co. KY, area. Sometime after 1830, already 65 years old, he moved his family to the Bureau/Putnam Co. Illinois area. He and his sons purchased land in 1835 and 1836. By December of 1835 he had returned to Whitley Co., KY, where he made his will and died before February 13, 1836. Jabez's son William returned to Whitley Co. and remained there the rest of his life. The rest of Jabez's children remained in Illinois or moved further West.

    Some researchers have identified Jabez's wife as Nancy Ann Creekmore. I am not convinced that this is correct. I am also not convinced that his wife at the time he made his will is the mother of his children. [...] There is the possibility that there were two wives named Nancy. There is a renunciation of the will dated in Feb 1836 from Nancy Perkins in Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 1. There is a report of a marriage license for Jabez Perkins and Nancy White dated the same day the will was made. It is supposed to be in the KY Archives. This compiler has not seen it.

    Family/Spouse: [Unknown first wife of Jabez Perkins]. [Unknown died about 1830; was buried in Jellico Creek Cemetery, Jellico Creek, Whitley, Kentucky. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 7. Solomon Perkins  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 27 Aug 1786 in Grayson County, Virginia; died on 17 Jun 1824 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in William B. Siler Cemetery, Rockholds, Whitley, Kentucky.
    2. 8. Amy Perkins  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 7 Aug 1794 in Grayson County, Virginia; died on 1 Aug 1862 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in Red Bird Cemetery, Williamsburg, Whitley, Kentucky.
    3. 9. Nancy Perkins  Descendancy chart to this point was born in 1803 in Grayson County, Virginia; died in 1860 in Wayne County, Tennessee.


Generation: 7

  1. 7.  Solomon Perkins Descendancy chart to this point (6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 27 Aug 1786 in Grayson County, Virginia; died on 17 Jun 1824 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in William B. Siler Cemetery, Rockholds, Whitley, Kentucky.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: 27 Aug 1784, Montgomery County, Virginia

    Solomon married Nancy Freeman on 12 May 1814 in Whitley County, Kentucky. Nancy (daughter of James Brigham Freeman and Mary Polly Moore) was born on 14 May 1798 in North Carolina; died on 19 Aug 1870 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in William B. Siler Cemetery, Rockholds, Whitley, Kentucky. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 8.  Amy Perkins Descendancy chart to this point (6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 7 Aug 1794 in Grayson County, Virginia; died on 1 Aug 1862 in Whitley County, Kentucky; was buried in Red Bird Cemetery, Williamsburg, Whitley, Kentucky.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1798, Grayson County, Virginia

    Amy married Harrison White on 30 Nov 1815 in Knox County, Kentucky. Harrison (son of John White and Mary Shelton) was born on 28 Feb 1790; died on 7 Nov 1853; was buried in Red Bird Cemetery, Williamsburg, Whitley, Kentucky. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 10. Jabes White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1818 in Kentucky.
    2. 11. Milton E. White  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 2 Dec 1821 in Kentucky; died on 25 Aug 1908 in Whitley County, Kentucky.
    3. 12. Nancy White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1824.
    4. 13. Bluford White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1826.
    5. 14. Sarilda White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1829.

  3. 9.  Nancy Perkins Descendancy chart to this point (6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born in 1803 in Grayson County, Virginia; died in 1860 in Wayne County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Aft 1835

    Nancy married Dempsey White on 28 Jan 1819 in Whitley County, Kentucky. Dempsey (son of John White and Mary Shelton) was born about 1798 in South Carolina; died after 1860 in Hardin County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 15. Jesse Perkins White  Descendancy chart to this point was born in 1820 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died in 1878 in Crawford County, Arkansas.
    2. 16. Emily White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1821 in Whitley County, Kentucky.
    3. 17. Dempsey Lawson White  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 25 Aug 1826 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died on 16 Mar 1889 in Hardin County, Tennessee; was buried in Old White Sulphur Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee.
    4. 18. Louisa J. White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1830 in Kentucky; died on 18 Apr 1911 in Bee Branch, Van Buren, Arkansas.
    5. 19. Lucinda White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1832 in Kentucky; died on 27 Nov 1853 in Whitley County, Kentucky.
    6. 20. James E. White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1836 in Kentucky.
    7. 21. Nancy White  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 22 Nov 1838 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died on 1 Apr 1928 in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma; was buried in Oak Hill Memorial Park, McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma.
    8. 22. William White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1848 in Tennessee.
    9. 23. Mary A. White  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1849 in Tennessee.


Generation: 8

  1. 10.  Jabes White Descendancy chart to this point (8.Amy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1818 in Kentucky.

    Jabes married Elizabeth before 1849. Elizabeth was born about 1827. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 11.  Milton E. White Descendancy chart to this point (8.Amy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 2 Dec 1821 in Kentucky; died on 25 Aug 1908 in Whitley County, Kentucky.

    Milton married Elizabeth Meadows on 20 Sep 1847 in Whitley County, Kentucky. Elizabeth was born on 11 Dec 1828; died on 14 May 1862. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  3. 12.  Nancy White Descendancy chart to this point (8.Amy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1824.

  4. 13.  Bluford White Descendancy chart to this point (8.Amy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1826.

  5. 14.  Sarilda White Descendancy chart to this point (8.Amy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1829.

  6. 15.  Jesse Perkins White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born in 1820 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died in 1878 in Crawford County, Arkansas.

    Jesse married Permelia Mahan on 4 Apr 1839 in Whitley County, Kentucky. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  7. 16.  Emily White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1821 in Whitley County, Kentucky.

    Emily married James Mahan on 28 May 1844 in Whitley County, Kentucky. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 17.  Dempsey Lawson White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 25 Aug 1826 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died on 16 Mar 1889 in Hardin County, Tennessee; was buried in Old White Sulphur Cemetery, Hardin County, Tennessee.

    Family/Spouse: Louisa Kennedy. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Family/Spouse: Sallie A.. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  9. 18.  Louisa J. White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1830 in Kentucky; died on 18 Apr 1911 in Bee Branch, Van Buren, Arkansas.

    Louisa married James J. Steely on 5 Sep 1850 in Lowryville, Hardin, Tennessee. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  10. 19.  Lucinda White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1832 in Kentucky; died on 27 Nov 1853 in Whitley County, Kentucky.

    Family/Spouse: Haley. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  11. 20.  James E. White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1836 in Kentucky.

  12. 21.  Nancy WhiteNancy White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born on 22 Nov 1838 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died on 1 Apr 1928 in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma; was buried in Oak Hill Memorial Park, McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: 22 Nov 1838, Claiborne, Tennessee

    Family/Spouse: (Unknown). [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 24. William Troy White Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born about 1863 in Whitley County, Kentucky.

    Nancy married William Henderson Parker on 3 Sep 1867 in Whitley County, Kentucky. William (son of Sampson "Samuel" Parker and Sarah "Sally" Elizabeth Davis) was born on 8 Apr 1824 in Claiborne, Tennessee; died on 11 Mar 1898 in Wister, Leflore, Choctaw Nation (Oklahoma); was buried in Wister City Cemetery, Wister, Leflore, Oklahoma. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 25. Jesse Buford Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 22 Jul 1868 in Williamsburg, Whitley, Kentucky; died on 22 Feb 1943 in Hollis, Harmony, Oklahoma.
    2. 26. Mary S. "May" Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 22 Jul 1868 in Williamsburg, Whitley, Kentucky; died on 12 May 1895 in Wister, Leflore, Choctaw Nation (Oklahoma); was buried in Wister City Cemetery, Wister, Leflore, Oklahoma.
    3. 27. Lucy Idella Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 28 Dec 1869 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died on 28 Sep 1943 in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma; was buried in Oak Hill Memorial Park, McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma.
    4. 28. Viana Bell Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 4 Sep 1871 in Williamsburg, Whitley, Kentucky; died on 4 May 1954 in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma; was buried in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma.
    5. 29. Frank Henderson Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born in May 1873 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died in 1953 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma; was buried in Heavner, LeFlore, Oklahoma.
    6. 30. George E. Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 1 Jul 1876 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died in 1947 in Heavner, LeFlore, Oklahoma.
    7. 31. Sampson A. "Samuel" Parker  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 17 Mar 1878 in Whitley County, Kentucky; died on 4 Mar 1954 in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma; was buried in McAlester, Pittsburg, Oklahoma.

  13. 22.  William White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1848 in Tennessee.

  14. 23.  Mary A. White Descendancy chart to this point (9.Nancy7, 6.Jabez6, 5.Timothy5, 4.Phebe4, 3.Sarah3, 2.Thomas2, 1.Mary1) was born about 1849 in Tennessee.