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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2757
 
2 1  NOTE Children's name were from "The History of Brown Co.,OH" Family: F322
 
3 1880 Census, Wayne Twp., Greene Co., PA:  Enoch Maple 40 farmer, Delilah Maple 41 wife, Mary E. Maple 16 dau., Emma Maple 14 dau., Elis S. Maple 12 dau., Attia Maple 8 dau.

1900 Census, Wayne Twp., Greene Co., PA:  Delilah Maple 6/1837 widow, Emma Maple 35 2/1865, Althea Maple 27 10/1872, Elza W. Maple 17 1/1883 son, Nancy Stevens 92 8/1807 widow's mother. 
Family: F2731
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1169
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1158
 
6 7 children, all apparently living. Family: F1159
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2887
 
8 alt. date: Oct. 1723 Family: F21
 
9 Apart from the listing on the LDS site, I have seen no other indication of Samuel Clark Webster's marriage to Sally Brock.


Also, from Monya Havekost's note of 6/2/2003:

The big thing that makes me question the parentage of William Clark WEBSTER is that none of my family knew anything other than Mary LAWRENCE as his mother.  And, my family has saved every last thing related to the family (I've now transcribed 302 letters (not WEBSTER) and have two Rubbermaid tubs of letters and documents left to go!)  In addition, my great-grandmother Martha Adeline WEBSTER MUSGROVE received notification that she had an inheritance in England through her mother, Mary LAWRENCE, whose parents came from England. The ony catch was that they could not find out about the inheritance -- what it was or the value -- unless she appeared in person in England.  She and Poppa decided against going to England under those circumstances.  So, we'll never know what that was about and, so far, I haven't found the letter of notification amongst the papers.  It may still turn up.  So, right now I think it is much more likely that Mary LAWRENCE is my ancestor. 

Family: F404
 
10 by Rev John C Bailey Family: F3043
 
11 by Rev. James Parker Family: F990
 
12 Consent given by M. A. Webster  Family: F2659
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1391
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1392
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F3426
 
16 Ed Wood was appointed guardian of minor daughters when Charles died in LA. Family: F4096
 
17 Elbert County Marriages, p.307 Family: F2299
 
18 Elbert County Marriages, p.339 Family: F2303
 
19 Elbert County Marriages, p.42 Family: F523
 
20 Elzie and Oleda had 5 children born after 1920. Family: F2571
 
21 Email from Melanie Cook Turpin (4/15/2003):
"It is correct in that Elizabeth White married a second time, after the death of husband William Sims. She did not marry Bob Goodwin, however. She married Theophilus Goodwin and lived in Autauga County, Alabama for a short time before moving to Union County, Arkansas. Many of Elizabeth White and William Sims' children also moved to Union County at or about the same time Elizabeth and Theophilus Goodwin moved there (shortly after 1850). Both Elizabeth and Theophilus died in Union County, Ark., with Theophilus predeceasing Elizabeth. I've seen Bob Goodwin listed as Elizabeth White Sims' husband in many internet sites, but the information is simply incorrect. Census records certainly reflect that Theophilus Goodwin was Elizabeth's husband. Additionally, I have other documents and have seen Theophilus's will --- all of which testify to the fact that he and Elizabeth were married."  
Family: F2343
 
22 Frank and Mary Ruth had 6 children. Family: F2587
 
23 From 6/2/2003 note from Monya Havekost - "I think the father of Samuel Clark, James and Clement WEBSTER is probably William WEBSTER.  I need to check, but I think it's the 1830 census for Marion Co. that shows a male over 100 years of age living in the home of Samuel.  Brother James WEBSTER was born in 1796 in NC (where, I don't know) but Samuel and Clement were born in TN.  My first-cousin-once-removed (90 in Oct.), who has passed down all the letters, etc. to me grew up hearing that Samuel, James, and Clement came to Alabama together.  Two of their sisters married the same BERRYHILL and also moved from TN to Marion Co. AL in an area later enumerated in Fayette Co.  I think the WEBSTERs were in Hawkins Co. TN before moving to Alabama." Family: F439
 
24 Had 1 ch. which d. without issue.  No surviving descen­dants. Family: F2855
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2754
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F3008
 
27 Henry and Eliza were married on August 26, 1886 in Collin county, Texas. They lived in Texas and Oklahoma. To this union eight children were born: Linder, Ethel, Beulah, Freddie, Lake, Leva, Dixie, and Addie. The family moved to Drumright, Oklahoma, where Henry operated a cafe. Henry died in 1925 and Eliza "broke up housekeeping" and lived the rest of her life with her children. She died in 1949 and they are both buried in the Shamrock Cemetery outside of Drumright. Family: F739
 
28 Home of Stephen Clement, Ceremony by G. W. Puckett Family: F92
 
29 House of M.V. Webster. Family: F458
 
30 House of M.V. Webster. Family: F1638
 
31 House of Samuel C. Webster. Family: F433
 
32 http://members.tripod.com/~wvgal/clan4-10.htm
SHACKELFORD CLAN MAGAZINE
Editor: T. K. Jones 716 Ave. A Lubbock, TX, Feb 1949, Vol. 4, No. 10, p. 8 (364).

"Kentuck Marriages to 1850" gives the place of this marriage as Fleming Co., KY. 
Family: F3725
 
33 I originally had the name listed as McCrory based on some census entries.  I have since found Russell, Emily and several of their children all listed as McCrorey on their tombstones in the Haynesville Cemetery in Clinton County, Missouri.  To me, that would indicate that was their preferred spelling so I will go with that. Family: F3014
 
34 In 1850 they were in Fayette Co. Alabama, in 1860 Tishomingo Co,. Mississippi.
All the girls are buried at the Wheeler Grove Baptist Church Cemetery near Corinth, Mississippi in unmarked graves.  
Family: F209
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2891
 
36 John and his first wife were listed on the 1880 census in Blount Co., AL. Family: F4127
 
37 John Graves was recorded on the 1870 and 1880 censuses in Union, Greene Co., AL.  On the 1880 census, a checkmark was placed in the widowed/divorced column for John. They were recorded on the 1850 census in Blount Co., AL. On 22 Dec. 1865 in the Blount Co., AL Probate Minute Book K, p. 383, James Graves, Sr., Grandfather ‘preys the court to be appointed Guardian of estate of Margaret Graves”. In the estate settlement of James Graves Sr., Book G, p. 162, 1874-78, son John is mentioned living in Greene Co., AL. Family: F4079
 
38 Lived next door to cousin W.A.H. Delap at the time of 1880 census. Family: F3684
 
39 Marriage date Nov 4, 1852, Lauderdale Mississippi (microfilm #899112) Elizabeth A. SUTTLES and M.N.
WHITE (note initials M.N. White)

M. A. WHITE   m    Elizabeth A. SUTTLES   4 Nov 1852     Lauderdale Co. (A1-22)  MS 
Family: F735
 
40 Married at home of James H. Moore. Family: F1833
 
41 Married at home of Samuel C. Webster. Family: F2689
 
42 Married at home of W.C. Webster. Family: F1836
 
43 Married at house of J.S. Hodges. Family: F1831
 
44 Married at house of John Banes. Family: F1641
 
45 Married at house of N.A. Musgrove. Family: F1832
 
46 Married at house of W.C. Webster. Family: F1837
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2410
 
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2416
 
49 Married in house of S.P.E. Goode. Family: F3884
 
50 Medie and Mattie had 9 children. Family: F2589
 

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