98988 individuals, 32950 families from file blevins.ged (7 FEB 2009)

Emma BAUGH

30 MAR 1900 - 11 FEB 1923

Father: Timothy Perkins BAUGH
Mother: Susie Elizabeth OWENS


                          _Silas Green BAUGH _____
                         | (1853 - 1918) m 1871   
 _Timothy Perkins BAUGH _|
| (1877 - 1946) m 1898   |
|                        |_Lydia Emarine BLEVINS _+
|                          (1847 - 1920) m 1871   
|
|--Emma BAUGH 
|  (1900 - 1923)
|                         ________________________
|                        |                        
|_Susie Elizabeth OWENS _|
  (1880 - 1954) m 1898   |
                         |________________________
                                                  

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Opal BLEVINS

____ - ____

Father: Henry Harvey BLEVINS
Mother: Mollie


                         _William Edmund "Bud" BLEVINS _+
                        | (1855 - 1943) m 1875          
 _Henry Harvey BLEVINS _|
| (1892 - ....) m 1914  |
|                       |_Nancy Jane SKINNER ___________+
|                         (1858 - 1943) m 1875          
|
|--Opal BLEVINS 
|  
|                        _______________________________
|                       |                               
|_Mollie _______________|
  (1896 - ....) m 1914  |
                        |_______________________________
                                                        

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William BLEVINS

ABT 1825 - 11 MAR 1863

Father: James BLEVINS
Mother: Sarah

Family 1 : Sarah CRAWFORD
  1. +John Isom BLEVINS
  2.  James BLEVINS
  3. +George W. BLEVINS
  4.  Nancy E. BLEVINS
  5.  Sarah BLEVINS
Family 2 : Nancy Jane ROBERSON
  1.  Joseph A. BLEVINS
  2. +William H. BLEVINS

                       __
                      |  
 _James BLEVINS ______|
| (1786 - ....)       |
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--William BLEVINS 
|  (1825 - 1863)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Sarah ______________|
  (1791 - ....)       |
                      |__
                         

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Sarah Jane BORDERS

[9138]

13 JUN 1851 - 9 MAR 1925

Father: John "Shoutin John" BORDERS
Mother: Isabel BROWN

Family 1 : Wesley Ellis STURGILL
  1.  Jefferson Oscar STURGILL
  2.  Joseph Moody STURGILL
  3.  child STURGILL
  4.  Wallace STURGILL
  5.  Nathan STURGILL
  6.  Malta B. STURGILL
  7.  Maude S. STURGILL
  8.  Charles Gladys STURGILL

                                __
                               |  
 _John "Shoutin John" BORDERS _|
|                              |
|                              |__
|                                 
|
|--Sarah Jane BORDERS 
|  (1851 - 1925)
|                               __
|                              |  
|_Isabel BROWN ________________|
                               |
                               |__
                                  

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[9139] Lawernce Co. records state that Sarah died in Lawrence Co., KY.

[9138] [S108] Rowland, Mrs. Elaine


Sarah BOWLING

ABT 1878 - ____

Father: George BOWLING
Mother: Mary DAVIDSON


                       _John "Dunk" BOWLING _+
                      | (1832 - ....) m 1853 
 _George BOWLING _____|
| (1854 - ....)       |
|                     |_Susan NAPIER ________
|                       (1835 - ....) m 1853 
|
|--Sarah BOWLING 
|  (1878 - ....)
|                      ______________________
|                     |                      
|_Mary DAVIDSON ______|
  (1856 - ....)       |
                      |______________________
                                             

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Barbley Comfort BROWNE

ABT 1723 - ____

Family 1 : John LANGHAM
  1. +Comfort LANGHAM

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Martha DEATON

MAR 1885 - ____

Father: Thomas DEATON
Mother: Eliza LITTLE


                       _______________________
                      |                       
 _Thomas DEATON ______|
| (1848 - ....) m 1868|
|                     |_______________________
|                                             
|
|--Martha DEATON 
|  (1885 - ....)
|                      _James LITTLE _________+
|                     | (1825 - 1880) m 1847  
|_Eliza LITTLE _______|
  (1852 - ....) m 1868|
                      |_Mary "Polly" GAMBILL _
                        (1823 - ....) m 1847  

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Phoebe FUGATE

25 APR 1828 - 27 JUL 1905

Father: Ira E. FUGATE
Mother: Margaret HANEY

Family 1 : Robert B. VICARS
  1.  Napoleon Bonaparte VICARS
  2. +Joseph Crockett VICARS
  3.  Mary S. VICARS
  4.  Ira F. VICARS
  5.  Jacob Martin VICARS
  6.  Margaret E. VICARS
  7. +Elbert Frederick VICARS
  8. +Martha Josephine VICARS

                       _William FUGATE _____+
                      | (1783 - 1859) m 1801
 _Ira E. FUGATE ______|
| (1806 - 1874) m 1830|
|                     |_Lydia TATE _________+
|                       (1785 - 1854) m 1801
|
|--Phoebe FUGATE 
|  (1828 - 1905)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Margaret HANEY _____|
  (1804 - 1871) m 1830|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Robert GREENWOOD

____ - ____

Family 1 : Patsy BAKER

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Lucy Cocke HALL

ABT 1736 - 12 FEB 1815

Father: John HALL
Mother: Anne BOLLING

Family 1 : Richard STITH
  1.  Ann Hall STITH
  2.  Joseph STITH
  3.  Lucy STITH
  4.  Elizabeth Buckner STITH
  5.  Mary STITH
  6.  Benjamin STITH
  7.  Thomas STITH
  8. +John STITH
  9.  Catherine STITH
  10.  Martha STITH
  11.  William STITH
  12.  Richard STITH

                       _________________________
                      |                         
 _John HALL __________|
| (1710 - 1783)       |
|                     |_________________________
|                                               
|
|--Lucy Cocke HALL 
|  (1736 - 1815)
|                      _Robert "Robin" BOLLING _+
|                     | (1682 - 1749) m 1706    
|_Anne BOLLING _______|
  (1713 - ....)       |
                      |_Anne COCKE _____________+
                        (1688 - 1749) m 1706    

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[12691] [S219] World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1

[12692] [S219] World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1


Arthur Francis HOPKINS

[23323] [23324] [23325]

18 OCT 1794 - FEB 1866

Family 1 : Pamelia Thorpe MOSELEY
  1.  Arthur Moseley HOPKINS
  2.  son HOPKINS
  3.  Corinna Frances HOPKINS
  4.  Maria Melinda HOPKINS
  5.  James HOPKINS
  6.  Elizabeth Pamelia HOPKINS
  7. +Louisa HOPKINS
  8.  Cornelia Carter HOPKINS
  9.  Augusta HOPKINS
  10.  Mary Moseley HOPKINS
  11.  Virginia HOPKINS
  12.  Catherine Erskine HOPKINS
  13.  William Leigh HOPKINS
Family 2 : Juliet A. OPIE

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[23323] From Hopkins of Virginia and Related Families by Walter Lee Hopkins,J. W. Fergusson and Sons. Richmond, Virginia. 1931:

Judge Arthur Francis Hopkins (James, Arthur, Jr., Dr. Arthur andElizabeth Pettus, Captain Thomas, Col. Thomas the emg.), b. Oct. 18,1794, in Pittsylvania Co., Va., is mentioned in the will of his greatuncle, Dr. James Hopkins of Amherst Co., Va. He died in Feb., 1866, athis home in Mobile, Ala., and was buried at Magnolia cemetery of thatcity. Educated at Chapel Hill, N. C., he read law under Judge WilliamLeigh of Virginia, removed to Alabama with his negroes and soon aftersettled in Huntsville; was a member of the 1st ConstitutionalConvention of his adopted state and frequently represented his countyin the legislature. All of his children but one were born inHuntsville. In politics a "Whig," he was, however, elected Judge ofthe Supreme Court by a democratic legislature, and his associateselected him Chief Justice. It is written by Judge Somerville that hisopinions and those of Samuel F. Rice were more like those of LordEldon than of any Judge who ever adorned the Bench of Alabama. He wason one side or the other of every big case, and as a jurist had nosuperior in his State. He was the "Whig" candidate for the UnitedStates Senate on several different occasions, and at one time he wasdefeated by Clement C. Clay by only two votes. While on the Bench heremoved with his family to Tuscaloosa, and later to St. Louis, but theclimate proving unfavorable to his health, returned to Alabama, andsettled finally about 1845 in Mobile, where he subsequently resided.In 1857 he was made President of the Mobile and Ohio R. R. Seeing thatthe war between the states was inevitable, he supported Breckinbridgeand Lane; was a commissioner from Alabama to Virginia to induce thelatter state to secede. He contributed liberally of his means toenable his noble wife, known as "The Florence Nightingale of theConfederacy," to establish hospitals and organize nurses for thewounded of the Southern soldiers. In recognition of her valuableservices, the State of Alabama printed her vignette on its bills ofcurrent money, and hung her portrait in the Alabama Hall of Fame.Despite his at one time wealth, shown by his patriotic and munificentgift to the Confederacy, he died soon after the war, broken in spiritby the fortunes of war, with comparatively little saved from thewreckage of his property. He foresaw the future of Chicago, and "TheHopkins & Pryor Quarter" of that city is evidence that he once ownedforty acres there. He is described as a handsome man, with especiallycourtly manners in a courtly age, and an earnestness that the jurycould not withstand. Had President Harrison lived, it is believedJudge Hopkins would have gone to the Supreme Court of the UnitedStates, for which high office he was eminently fitted. Married, April6, 1815, Pamelia Thorpe Moseley, b. Feb. 8, 1800, near the Peaks ofOtter, Bedford Co., Va., dau. of Arthur Moseley by his wife (the widowof Thomas Crump by whom a dau. Elizabeth Calloway Crump, b. July 27,1788) nee Pamelia Thorpe, b. May 10, 1768, dau. of Francis Thorpe byhis wife Elizabeth Calloway. This first wife was a lovely woman and anearnest Christian, d. Oct. 4, 1852, in Hinds County, Miss. He married(2nd) Nov. 7, 1854, a widow, Mrs. Juliet A. Gordon (whose firsthusband was U. S. A. Officer), dau. of Hiram Lindsay Opie of Virginia,by which marriage there were no children. It was this last wife ofJudge Hopkins who devoted her life and her husband's means to theservice of the wounded Confederate soldiers in Richmond, Va., earningthe title "The Florence Nightingale of the Confederacy." (See "EarlySettlers of Alabama," Part I, p. 87, by Col. James Edmond Saunders.)

[23324] [S393] Hopkins, Walter Lee

[23325] [S396] Miller, Joseph Lyon, MD


Jonathan ISAACS

____ - ____

Father: Gary ISAACS
Mother: Barbara LEHNEN


                       _John Ward ISAACS ___+
                      | (1915 - 1992)       
 _Gary ISAACS ________|
|                     |
|                     |_Virginia RUHNKE ____
|                                           
|
|--Jonathan ISAACS 
|  
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Barbara LEHNEN _____|
                      |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Kathryn Janet JONES

____ - ____

Father: Steve Dalton JONES
Mother: Mary Zelma BLEVINS

Family 1 : Kenneth HANEY
  1.  Michael HANEY
  2.  Anthony HANEY

                       _Baxter JONES ___________
                      |                         
 _Steve Dalton JONES _|
|                     |
|                     |_Ella ___________________
|                                               
|
|--Kathryn Janet JONES 
|  
|                      _Charles Albert BLEVINS _+
|                     | (1884 - 1959) m 1908    
|_Mary Zelma BLEVINS _|
                      |
                      |_Grace Truman BEAVER ____+
                        (1889 - 1983) m 1908    

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Ervin H. LEWIS

ABT 1849 - ____

Father: William M. LEWIS
Mother: Theresa BLEVINS


                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _William M. LEWIS ___|
| (1825 - ....) m 1846|
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Ervin H. LEWIS 
|  (1849 - ....)
|                      _John BLEVINS _______
|                     | (.... - 1831)       
|_Theresa BLEVINS ____|
  (1827 - ....) m 1846|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Louisa RIPPEE

ABT 1856 - ____

Father: James RIPPEE
Mother: Lucretia


                       _Joshua RIPPEE ______+
                      | (1797 - ....) m 1818
 _James RIPPEE _______|
| (1829 - ....) m 1850|
|                     |_Sarah HICKS ________
|                       (1801 - ....) m 1818
|
|--Louisa RIPPEE 
|  (1856 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Lucretia ___________|
  (1831 - ....) m 1850|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Joseph SEVIER

[14208] [14209]

9 APR 1788 - 11 NOV 1794

Father: Valentine SEVIER
Mother: Naomi "Amy" DOUGLAS


                        _Valentine SEVIER ___+
                       | (1711 - 1803) m 1738
 _Valentine SEVIER ____|
| (1747 - 1800) m 1767 |
|                      |_Joanna GOAD ________+
|                        (1723 - 1773) m 1738
|
|--Joseph SEVIER 
|  (1788 - 1794)
|                       _____________________
|                      |                     
|_Naomi "Amy" DOUGLAS _|
  (1742 - 1844) m 1767 |
                       |_____________________
                                             

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[14208] Reference: Handbook of the American Frontier, Four Centuries ofIndian-White Relationships, Vol I: The Southeastern Woodlands. NativeAmerican Resources Series No. l by J. Norman Heard, The ScarecrowPress, Inc. 1987;

Sevier, Valentine: Family Of:
...
Valentine's Station near Clarksville, TN, was attacked by ChiefDoublehead on November 11, 1794. The old frontiersman, ValentineSevier, stood off the Chickamaugas, but his daughter and her husband,Charles Snyder, and his son, Joseph Sevier, were killed in Snyder'scabin.
...

[14209] [S260] Moore, John Trotwood

[14210] [S227] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1

[14211] [S227] World Family Tree Vol. 2, Ed. 1


Amvir "Ami" SINCLAIR

ABT 1788 - 1880

Family 1 : David BLEVINS
  1.  Isabella BLEVINS
  2. +William BLEVINS
  3.  Anna BLEVINS
  4.  Robert BLEVINS
  5. +Martin BLEVINS

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