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Sally's great-great-great Grandparents:

James Sidney Jones II Esq. 1765-1816 his parents
& ca 1786 Ann Walton 1766-1842
  |  her parents
of Pitch Landing, Hertford County, North Carolina


     This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!!  

    James Sidney Jones II and Ann Walton were married circa 1786 and made their home at the Jones’ Hole, Hertford Co NC.

    James Sidney Jones II son of James Sidney Jones I and his wife Amilesant was born at the Jones’ Hole, Pitch Landing, Hertford Co NC in 1765. Among other things, he owned the Pine Tree Store.
He represented Hertford County in the house in 1792, again in 1796 through 1806. 
 He was fond of high living, elaborate dress, and the accumulation of wealth (Wheeler.)  [He had his own trotting tract at the Jones Hole.] ".
. .his increasing business compelled him to decline [the legislature]. He waxed richer and richer, until 1815, when he hazarded a bold speculation, to wit—he purchased all the naval stores in Eastern North Carolina. Peace came, produce fell and he was ruined."
(Moore) 
At the time of his death, he was clerk of the Superior Court of Hertford County.
James Sidney Jones II died the night of  10 /11 May, 1816. 
     Ann Walton, daughter of William Walton and his wife Rachel Hunter was born 1766 in what is now known as Gates County NC.
Her father died in 1771.  At the Aug. Ct. 1783, Gates Co, Nancy Walton and Selah Walton came into Court and made choice of Timothy Walton [their brother] as their Guardian. 
Ann's son James Sidney Jones III, the lawyer, built onto the existing "overseer's house" to make his mother and sisters and himself the new home "Maple Lawn" in 1828.

  
      Ann Walton Jones died 4 Feb 1842.


Children of James Sidney Jones II and Ann Walton:
1. Mary (Polly) Jones  14 Oct 1788 - 20 Mar 1856 [ts] Dallas Co AL
   married Oct 1803
Isaac Moore 17 Nov 1783 - 24 Nov 1853 [ts]
2. Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones 16 Oct 1791-- 1 Oct 1876 Hertford Co NC
    married 1st ca 1809  J. Howell Jones ca 1786 - 1831  her cousin
             he was marrried 1st ca 1806 to Nancy Duer ca 1789 - Jan 1808 
                                       who died in the nineteenth yr of her age  [ts]

    married 2nd 13 Dec 1832  James Ward Esq. 1770 - 1843
    married 3rd 4 Dec 1846  Rev. James Delke 1793 - 1862
3. Dr. William Jones  28 Dec 1793-- 19 Nov 1862 Greensboro AL

drwmjones.jpg (21217 bytes) 
Dr. William Jones 1793-1862
original painted on ivory
from copy belonging to James Moore

              (I am told he received his medical training in Wilmington,  NC)
    married 1st  ca 1815 Nancy Jones ca 1795 - ca 1829 1st cousins
                 daughter of Col. Wm Jones and Sarah Eason of Hertford Co, NC
    married 2nd  ca 1830 Anna Bestor 
                      sister of   Rev. D P Bestor, Livingston, AL
    married 3rd  1839 Dorcas Briton ca 1820 
                      niece of  Rev. D P Bestor
4. James Sidney Jones Esq ca 1795 - July 1845 Greene Co AL dsp
        was the Hertford County Attorney under the old style courts from 1820 to 1835
         at that time he sold his Hertford Co property to his sister Elizabeth's husband and went to Alabama
            to handle his brother Thomas Walton Jones's estate

5. Ann (Nancy) Jones  3 Jan 1800 - 9 Jul 1848 Hertford Co NC
       buried with large marker [placed near the time of her death] in the cemetery at the Jones Hole.
     married  ca 1838 Abner Harrell 1789 - 13  May 1865
6. Thomas Walton Jones  ca 1801 - ca 1835 Greene Co AL dsp
7. Celia Walton Jones  ca  1803 - prior 1845 Greene Co AL
     married 1st William Walton  died July 1825 at Pitch Landing, NC
            first cousins, son of James Walton and wife Mary Walton of Gates Co
     married 2nd Turner Wilson 
     married 3rd James Nelson
8. Sarah Jones  ca 1805--28 May 1844 Greene Co AL
     married  11 Sept 1831 NC William Walton ca 1795 - 1849  [1st cousins]
                            son of Timothy Walton of Bertie Co  and immediate neighbor

                   of Chowan Co, NC; Hertford Co, NC; & Greene Co AL
          he had married 1st 9 April 1816 Anne Jackson died 27 March 1830
          he married 3rd 1844 Celia Cherry Outlaw (Ralph's widow) she died 1862 Bertie Co.
                                        another first cousin


From Historical Sketches of Hertford County, N. C. by John Wheeler Moore (Published in the Murfreesboro Inquirer in 1877-78) "In 1791 along with General Thomas Wynns and Harry Hill of Maney’s Neck, appeared for the first time, the wealthy and courtly James Jones II, of Pitch Landing, in the General Assembly. Mr. Jones was the son of Colonel James Jones I and was born in 1765, in the time of Governor Dobbs. The first James Jones kept up the old English notion of primogeniture and left to him the bulk of his estate. He had very much the taste and habits of his father. The old race course still resounded with the hoofs of flying racers, and went smooth and happy in the summer when he returned year after year from his seat in the Assembly. He was a favorite and trusted agent of the people until his business compelled him to retire from the legislature. (James Jones served in the House from Hertford County 1792 through 1806.)  He waxed richer and richer until 1815. His dream of greater wealth vanished, for heavy purchases brought him great losses. He soon died and was buried May 7 (?) 1816. Mr. Jones had a large family.


Major John W Moore in his History of North Carolina to illustrate the manners of the day tells of this fashionable wedding; 
      "Isaac Moore of St Johns, the son of James Moore and grandson of Captain Arthur Cotton was to wed Miss Polly Jones the oldest child of James Jones the magnate of the Pitch Landing neighborhood. It was a grand affair in the estimation of the participants. Edenton and Norfolk assisted Murfreesboro in furnishing the viands and finery seen on the occasion. At nightfall of a beautiful October day (in 1803), cavalcades of visiting friends poured in from every side. Most of the company came in their double gigs; General Wynns with his coach and four. The house swarmed with visitors from Hertford and Bertie. The Negroes from Mr. Jones different farms were well-nigh all on hand showing the utmost alacrity in disposing of vehicles and horses. The great fire-places in the house blazed with warmth and welcome to the incoming guests. The gracious mistress of the mansion took charge of the ladies in one wing of the building, while her courtly husband presided in another. Huge tubs of apple toddy were there, and so enticing was the beverage that even Parson Wright did not disdain to test its qualities.
      At an early hour in the evening, the bridal party repaired to the drawing room and the holy bands were knit. The wedded couple were remarkable for their good looks. They were attended by Jesse Cotton Moore, the brother of the groom, who waited with the stately and handsome Miss Betsy Jones. Young James Wright Moore, cousin of the groom was partner with his affianced bride the gay and beautiful Miss Esther Cotton of Mulberry Grove. Dr. James Walton of Bertie, cousin to the bride, attended with the pretty Mary Sharp. Starkey Sharp, a kinsman of both parties with the lovely and gentle Miss Annie Outlaw. Young William Jones stood up with the gay and sparkling Miss Sallie Askew. William Walton and his future wife, Miss Celia Outlaw, completed the retinue. 
    The Negro fiddlers had been discoursing loud if not eloquent music during the progress of the supper. At last came the opening of the ball. Mr James Jones and his brother Colonel William Jones, General Wynns and Mr Robert Montgomery all
participated in the opening minuet. And then during the entire night with flying feet the revel rolled on. The young people danced and courted, but the more sedate of both sexes retired to different rooms and formed quiet parties of whist.
     In an out house in the yard the Negroes were having a rival entertainment. Fiddles and Banjos could be faintly heard mid the clatter of resounding feet. Their fun was fast and furious and plenteous perspiration attested the depth of their devotion to the charms of the dance."


In the Edenton Gazette 21 July 1808--"On Monday, the 4th of July . . .the citizens of Pitch -Landing and its vicinity, and a great number of respectable citizens from Bertie; with a large collection of respectable Ladies from both counties, met at the house of Mrs. Hill, for the purpose of celebrating the day; when James Jones, Esq. was chosen President, and Gen. John Scott, Vice-President, they sat down to an elegant Dinner, Prepared for the occasion . . ."


According to the Major he (James Jones II) was "a member of the legislature from 1792 to 1806, until his increasing business compelled him to decline. He waxed richer and richer, until 1815, when he hazarded a bold speculation, to wit—he purchased all the naval stores in Eastern North Carolina. Peace came, produce fell and he was ruined." He died 10 May 1816 and was buried at the Jones’ Hole.

The Raleigh Register Friday 31 May 1816: Jones: Died on the 11th in Hertford County, James Jones, Esq. Clerk of the Superior Court of that County.

State of North Carolina Bertie County Court--- Estate Records: February Term 1818--Be it remembered that heretofore (viz) at August Term 1817 --Came William & J S Jones Excors. of James Jones decd. by their attorney & brought him into Court a Certain Complaint against Cader Muzells (Mizelle) of a plea of Debt . . . ..etc. the plaintiff....prayed an appeal to the next Sup. Court to be held for the said County which was granted upon entering into bond with Isaac Moore & Howell Jones Security in the Sum of One hundred pounds—it is Ordered that all proceeding herein be Stayed until - -- -.Sol. Cherry, Clk

Note. W H Murfree, atty. James C Jones & Howell Jones & are due money as witnesses.

from Josiah Perry's will 1820 - the pine tree store formerly belonging to James Jones. 


CENSUS HERTFORD CO NC
1790 James Jones males 16 up 1; females 2
1800 James Jones males 0-10 2; 16-25 1; 26-45 1; females 0-10 2; 10-15 1; 26-45 1;
1810 James Jones males 0-10 1; 10-15 1; 16-25 2; 26-45 1; 45 up 1; females 0-10 2; 10-15 1; 26-45 2;
1830 Ann Jones males 20-30 2; females 20-30 3; 30-40 1; 60-70 1
1800 James Jones Esquire owned 9 slaves
1800 William Jones owned 9 slaves and 1 free colored (living in household)

HERTFORD CO NC 1815 TAX LIST
TAXPAYER -WHITE- BLACKS -ACRES- VALUE
JAMES JONES -2  -22, -500  - 9,000.00
THOMAS WIGGINS- 1 -1
WM JONES     -1 -14    -1,000   -4,000.00
WM JONES JR  -1
THOS JONES  -1 - 1  -240 -720

1830 Ann Jones 22 slaves; 8 free colored 3 1 1 2 2 1 - F 4 4 1 3
free colored 2 1 2 - - - - - F 2 - 1 - - - -


Grandchildren of James Sidney Jones II and Ann Walton:


Mary (Polly) Jones and Isaac Moore of Dallas Co AL had:
         buried Childers Chapel Cemetery, Summerfield, Dallas co AL

1. Lewis Jones Moore  17 July 1806 - 6 April 1864 [ts]
            Many yrs. member of Presbyterian Church of Valley Creek
     married 1st Martha S Gordon 1807 - 6 July 1831 aged 23 yr 8 m 11 d [ts]
                 daughter of Henry and Sarah Gordon
     a. Lewis Augustus Moore 14 Dec 1827 - 30 Oct 1853 [ts]  dsp
     married 2nd Margaret Elizabeth Tate 1815 - 7 July 1850 aged 35 yr 3 m 26 d
                eldesst daughter of Caleb & Mary Tate;  Member Presbyterian Church, Valley Creek
     b. Mary E. Moore 31 Dec 1834 AL - 8 June 1896
            married Richard Rufus King 20 Dec 1815 Bertie Co NC - 10 May 1895 AL
                        aged 79 yr 4 m 20 d
        
i. Richard Rush King 
     c. Isaac Tate Moore 6 Jan 1838 - 1 Jan 1863 dsp
     d. Robert Adolphus Moore 4 July 1844 Dallas Co AL - 12 Mar 1892
         married 1857 Ann Elizabeth Harrison 26 May 1846 - 26 Dec 1923
          i. Mary Elizabeth Moore 28 June 1868 - 11 Nov 1930
              married 25 Nov 1890 Thomas Gardner Kenan 14 Dec 1867 - 30 Nov 1939
 
                   1. Robert Love Kenan 12 Nov 1893 Selma AL - 7 Dec 1965 Montgomery AL
                        married 21 Jan 1925 Margaret Laurie 23 Nov 1898 -
                    2. James Owen Kenan 6 Oct 1904 Dallas Co AL - 8 Aug 1957
                        married 11 Nov 1911 Eleanor Lapsley 

         ii. Robert Isaac Moore 7 Aug 1870 - 4 Jan 1927 Summerfield
              married 16 Dec 1902 Sallie Strother Irby 16 Sept 1883 - 12 Oct 1967
                     1. infant daughter  11 Dec 1903 - 25 Dec 1903
                     2. Sallie Strother Moore 13 Nov 1904 - 
                          married 23 Dec 1939 William Whiteside 19 Aug 1890 - 17 Feb 1964
                     3. Annie Elizabeth Moore 6 April 1907 - 
                          married 6 Nov 1937 Garland Hamner Duncan II 26 March 1901 Dallas Co AL - 5 Dec 1955
                     4. Robert Adolphus Moore II 28 April 1909 - 6 Aug 1962
                          married 29 Jan 1945 Lois Wright 
                     5. William Irby Moore 27 April 1911 - 
                          married 24 Sept 1933 Alice Grey Jackson 13 Oct 1913 Selma -

 
                          a. William Irby Moore Jr  1935 -
                                i. William Irby Moore III 1957 -
                                ii. Robert Richardson Moore 1959 -

                                              1. Christopher Robert Moore 1979 -
                                                   a. Cayton William Moore 2003 -
                                                   b. Dylan Robert Moore 2005 -

                           b. Linda Lee Moore
 
                                three children; 6 grandchildren
         iii. Margaret Adeline Moore 11 Aug 1872 - 24 June 1945
               married Robert Patrick Chisolm M.D. 1871 - 7 Jan 1958
                     1. Erin Earl Chisolm 28 July 1899 - 
                          married June 1919 George Lee Tate 19 Dec 1895 -
                     2. Margaret Belle Chisolm 10 Aug 1903 -
                          married Henry Earl Childers 30 Sept 1894 Selma AL
                     3. Mary Elizabeth Chisolm 9 Oct 1905 -
                          married 1933  O C Dudley

         iv. Mattie Harrison Moore 18 Sept 1875 - 3 April 1909
               married 6 Oct 1897 Robert Morrison Rountree 7 April 1872 -18 Feb 1950
 
                     1. Margaret Elizabeth Rountree 4 Nov 1898 -
                           married 19 Oct 1921 Edward Thomas McBride 10 Jan 1893 -
                      2. Bennie Alice Rountree 27 Aug 1900 - 5 July 1901
                      3. Robert Morrison Rountree II 29 Sept 1904 -
                            married 29 Sept 1927 Onezie Hardy 21 Jan 1904 -          
                 

          v. Benjamin Edward Moore 18 Sept 1875 - 19 Dec 1931 Summerfield AL
         vi. Lewis Jones Moore 14 Jan 1878 - 1 April 1941
                married 16 Nov 1897 Irene Wingfield Gowan 23 April 1878 - 22 Oct 1964
                       1. Lewis Jones Moore III 27 June 1903 -
                            married Mattie Russell 25 Oct 1909 -
                       2. Frances Wingfield Moore 18 July 1916 - 2 Aug 1967
                            married Clyde Harold Vann 2 May 1916 AL - 30 Jan 1956 Lewisburg TN

        vii. James Calhoun Moore 13 Sept 1880 - 5 Dec 1952
        viii. Eliza Ada Belle 4 March 1883 - 3 Aug 1973 Birmingham AL
                married 19 April 1905 George Herbert Kyser 23 Sept 1874 - 8 July 1920 Selma AL
                        1. George Herbert Kyser II 18 Mar 1906 Selma -
                             married Memphis TN 15 Dec 1934 Neva Jones Hussey 16 Jan 1908 -
                        2. Elizabeth Moore Kyser 30 March 1908 Selma - 
                              married 8 Dec 1943 Claude McNorton 25 Mar 1908 -
                        3. James Benjamin Kyser 15 Oct 1912 Selma - 
                               married 25 April 1946 Mary Jane Harrell 26 Jan 1923 -
                        4. Sarah Belle Kyser 14 Jan 1915 -
                              married 2 Sept 1939 Royal Richardson Miree 7 May 1910 -

2. Adolphus Moore  16 Nov 1822 - 24 Feb 1835 [ts]
3. William S. Moore  1822 - 28 April 1848 aged 15 yr 8 m [ts]
4. James Franklin Moore 4 July 1828 - 20 Jan 1868 [ts]
       married  Mary Herring
      a. James William Moore 3 Jan 1852 - 26 Mar 1951
           married 20 July 1880 Emma Reeves 12 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1943
            i. William B Moore 24 July 1881 - 17 Aug 1881 dy
            ii. Mary Estelle Moore 14 Sept 1882 - 6 July 1813
           iii. Emma Lillian Moore 24 April 1885 - 19 Feb 1887 dy
           iv. Reeves Norm Moore 5 May 1887 - 9 Aug 1887 dy
            v. Lucia Byrd Moore 12 Oct 1888 Selma - 2 Dec 1939
                 married Roy McNorton Strickland 16 May 1886 Athens GA - 3 Mar 1936 Atlanta GA
           vi. Lewis Franklin Moore 24 April 1891 Selma AL - 
                  married 23 Aug 1918 Mary Katherine Stone 25 Oct 1894 Roanoke VA - 
          vii. Kathleen Louise Moore 14 Sept 1894 - 
          viii. James William Moore 23 April 1897 Selma -
                 married Louise Lyon Jones 15 Oct 1898 Uniontown PA -


Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones and J. Howell Jones of Hertford Co NC had:
1. James Adolphus Jones  24 Oct 1810 - 20 Aug 1887
     married 1st ca 1834 in Mobile AL America Wade
     married 2nd  2 March 1865 Martha Virginia Sossaman 1837 - 1911
2. Elizabeth Jones ca 1815 - died young
3. Howell Morgan Jones 6 Aug 1819 - 15 July 1865
     married 3 Feb 1842 Mary Henrietta Thomas 1824 - 1897

Elizabeth Jones and James Ward of Bertie Co NC had:
1.
Ann James Ward 30 Jun 1834 - 16 March 1901
     married 28 Sept 1853 John Wheeler Moore 23 Oct 1833 - Dec 1906


Dr. William Jones and Nancy Jones of Greensboro AL had:
1. Lucretia A. Jones ca 1817 -
       married 26 Feb 1834 John Jordan
       (lived Alto, Louisiana but moved) issue NFI
2. William Augustine Jones 1824 - 12 Dec 1866 lived & died Greensboro, AL
      married 26 June 1851 Carolyn [Caroline] Johnston 21 Oct 1828 - 27 June 1852
      a. William Thomas Carrie Jones 1852 -  died in his teens 
      married 16 Oct 1854 Margaret King 22 July 1830 - 20 April 1904
      b. Thomas King Jones
      c. Annie Evelyn Jones 17 May 1858 - 5 April 1923 New Orleans
         married 8 June 1880 Charles Poellnitz Johnston 25 May 1857 - 1 Aug 1940
         i. Charles Poellnitz Johnston II 15 Mar 1881Tuscaloosa AL - 15 Jan 1947 Uniontown AL
            married 24 April 1907 Eloise Simms White 4 June 1886 - 3 Nov 1968 Birmingham AL
                 1. Henry Poellnitz Johnston 26 Jan 1908 -
                        author of "William R King and His Kin"
                      married 26 Dec 1946 Margaret Louise Feagin 6 Nov 1909 -

      d. Henry Augustine Jones 9 Jan 1860 - 3 April 1933
          married 27 Nov 1889 Mary Bell Crawford 13 Sept 1869 - 9 Feb 1956

          i. Mary Crawford Jones 19 Feb 1891 -
             married 10 Nov 1914 Edgar Clayton Brantly 1 July 1890 - 6 Jan 1946 Danville VA
         ii. Devane King Jones 31 Aug 1892 - 16 April 1964 Tuscaloosa AL
             married 23 Feb 1916 Alice McLean Jones 29 July 1895 - 4 May 1928
             married 20 June 1936 Mrs. Carolyn Brown Bibb 8 Aug  1895 - 5 April 1959 Tuscaloosa AL
             married 1 Jan 1960 Katherine Meriwether 8 July 1897 Demopolis - 10 June 1970
      e. Margaret King Jones 1862 - 1936
          married Clifford L Pullen d. 5 Sept 1913
       f. William Augustine Jones II 17 Nov 1865 - 11 Feb 1894
       g. James Jones died at age 3 Greensboro AL 

3. Eugenia Jones ca 1828 - aft 1840   "died in her teens"

William Jones & Anna Bestor had: sister  Rev. D P Bestor, Livingston, AL
4. Napoleon Bonaparte Jones 23 Feb 1831 - 21 Oct 1918 (lived & died Greensboro, AL)
      married 26 Feb 1874 Mary Eliza (Mollie) Watt 1845 - 27 Jan 1913
     a. James Watt Jones 9 Sept 1876 - 9 Feb 195x Greensboro AL
     b. Mary Peterson Jones 24 Sept 1877 - 10 May 1968  no issue
         married June 1923 Herbert Claiborne Childress 15 Oct 1869 - 19 Jan 1927
     c. Anna Warwick Jones 28 Dec 1878 - 28 Oct 1921
         married 28 April 1910 Herbert Claiborne Childress 15 Oct 1869 - 19 Jan 1927
          i. Molly Watt Childress 7 Mar 1911 -
             married 10 Dec 1938 Albert Douglas Yarbrough 27 Mar 1906 -
         ii. Julia Dufphey Childress 12 July 1913 -
              married 11 Dec 1937 Robert LeRoy Walthall 12 July 1915 -

     d. Sara Eason Jones  d in infancy

5. Madison Jones 21 Jan 1833 - 22 Jan 1913 (lived & died Greensboro, AL)
     married 18 Jan 1865 Alice McLean 4 July 1844 - 22 Nov 1902
      a. McLean Jones 22 Oct 1865 - 11 Nov 1865 dy
      b. Nannie Belle Jones 14 Oct 1866 - 24 Aug 1868 dy
      c. Madison Jones II 14 Nov 1868 - 7 Jan 1906 Greensboro AL
          married 14 Oct 1891 Rebecca Frances Erwin 9 Sept 1868 - 14 April 1936
           i. Margaret King Jones 3 Jan 1892 -
   
       ii. Frances Iredell Jones 8 Sept 1893 -
          iii. Madison Jones III 16 May 1895 -
          iv. George Erwin Jones 5 Nov 1897 -
           v. Alice McLean Jones 19 May 1899 -
          vi. William Jones 13 Feb 1901 -
       d. William Jones 1 Aug 1870 - 20 May 1905 dsp
       e. James McLean Jones 18 July 1872 - 20 Sept 1904
            married 8 Aug 1894 Annie B Lewis 3 Nov 1872 - 5 April 1955
       f. Alice McLean Jones 24 Jan 1875 - 29 Aug 1947
           married 29 Nov 1894 William Glenn Duskin 26 Aug 1870 - 29 Sept 1898
       g. Ernest Jones 22 Nov 1876 - 16 Dec 1876 dy
       h. Henry Jones 22 Nov 1876 - 7 Dec 1876 dy
       i. Thomas Hamilton Jones 11 Dec 1877 - 28 Feb 1934   no issue
           married 3 April 1907 Katherine Erwin Randolph 16 May 1882 - 7 Sept 1965
       j. Florence Belle Jones 29 Oct 1879 - 6 Dec 1940
           married Aug 1902 Charles Richardson Horton 5 Jan 1875 - 16 April 1938
       k. Lee Jones 27 April 1881 - 1935
            married 10 Aug 1907 Bessie C H Baker  no issue
            married Denmark 22 Mar 1917 Marie Hanson no issue
        l. Harold Jones 19 April 1883 - 30 Dec 1932
            married 24 Jan 1912 Marion Peora Whitson 22 July 1889 -
        m. Margaret King Jones 21 Oct 1885 - 12 Aug 1889 dy

William Jones & Dorcas Briton had: niece Rev. D P Bestor, Livingston, AL
6. Ann Marie Jones 8 Jan 1841 Greensboro AL - 15 Jan 1928    (lived & died Livingston, AL)
    married 1 Jan 1866 Thomas Morrison Tartt 1 April 1821 Wilson NC - 9 Aug 1885
    a.  Annie Grace Tartt 15 Nov 1866 -
    b. Alice Maude Tartt 1868
    c. Thomas Morrison Tartt II 1871 -
    d. Bessie Barnes Tartt 1874 -
    e. Mary Bestor Tartt 1876 -
    f. William Pratt Tartt 10 April 1879 -
    g. Margaret Gertrude Tartt 15 Feb 1883 -


James Sidney Jones of Greene Co AL never married


Ann (Nancy) Jones and Abner Harrell of Hertford Co NC
1. Mary E Harrell ca 1837 - May/Aug 1865 
    married  1854
Gates Co.  Rev Joshua Leigh Garrett (Meth.) Jan 1831 - 12 April 1883
 
                        " leaving a widow  and nine children"
     a.  Annie Leigh Garrett 1855 Hertford Co - 1 July 1917 Perquimans Co

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Painting of Annie L Garrett

        married 1878 Richard Benjamin Thach of Perquimans Co. Feb 1850 - 1928

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R B Thach
    ancestors of Phil Thatch   Visit Phil's Web site

      b. Willie [William H] Garrett 1862 Gloucester Co, VA - aft. 1880
                  " left home as a teen and when his father died he could not be located."
    Josh. Garrett married 2nd 5 Sept 1865 Sally Hays
of Bertie Co ca 1844 - 1923
   "Having worn black mourning clothes for forty years, she died in Roxebel at the home of her daughter Mattie (Martha) Garrett Wilkins. "     
       a. Thomas Wiley Garrett 21 June 1866 -  26 June 1867
       b. Joshua Leigh  Garrett Jr. 12 July 1867 - 6 Oct. 1869
       c. Martha Rayner [Mattie] Garrett 1868 VA - 1940
       d. Julia Short  Garrett
-died infant
       e.  Mary Cherry [Molly] Garrett 1870 VA - 1887 
       f. Sally Garrett 1871 VA - 
            married John Garrett
her cousin (Richard Garrett's son)
       g. Cynthia Imogene Garrett  1873 VA - Died after she married ? 
       h. John  Hays Garrett 1877 NC - 1971 
        i.  Addie Cowles Garrett  1879 NC - 1969
        j.  Kate Hibble Garrett 2 Oct. 1882 NC - June 1981
Almost 100 yr. old 
                                                grandmother of Martha Copeland

2. James Anner Harrell  5 Sept 1840 - 15 July 1857
         buried with large marker [placed near the time of her death] in the cemetery at the Jones Hole.


Thomas W Jones of Greene Co AL never married


Celia W Jones and William Walton died 1825 had no children:
Celia W Jones and Turner Wilson
of Greene Co AL:
1. James Wilson (minor in 1849)
Celia W Jones and James Nelson had no children:


Sarah Jones and William Walton of Greene Co AL and Hertford Co, NC

1. James Jones Walton 1836 - 19 Jan 1866   Greensboro AL
     married 3 July 1859  Nancy/Nannie Sharp 1835 - 1902  
                dau of Starkey Sharp III & Sallie Lewis dau of Watson Lewis of Hertford Co NC
        Nannie returned to Harrellsville NC with her three daughters after her husband's death

      a. Lillie Walton 5 Feb 1862 Greensboro AL - 6 April 1918 
           married 1st William Drake Scull 18 Sept 1858 - 31 Aug 1893

             i. Nannie Woodfine/ Walton Scull 21 April 1886 - 1 June 1946
                 married Dr. Jesse Elliott Ward of Robersonville NC
             ii. Mattie Rush Scull 11 Nov 1891 - 1 April 1956


Mrs. H. Hunter Taylor of Harrellsville, the former Miss Mattie Scull, is the daughter of the late William Drake Scull and Lily Walton Scull Baker (Mrs. R. J.)
1939 Historical Ed. of Hertford County Hearld
 

                 married 1910 Hillary Hunter Taylor 1876 - 1956
                        1. Nancy Taylor
                             married H B Spruill of Windsor

              iii. Herman Drake Scull 1 Jan 1893 - 1896  died young
         
  married 2nd 26 Dec 1911 Raleigh James Baker 7 Oct 1859 - 11 April 1921 Ahoskie
       b. Nannie S Walton 21 May 1863 Greensboro AL - 13 Dec 1880 dy
            married 16 Aug 1877 Joseph E Nichols 21 April 1858 Avoca - 13 June 1911 Windsor NC  dry goods salesman
                        of Merry Hill, Bertie Co NC   son of Joseph Blount Nicholls
              i. Maude A Nichols 5 May 1879 - 11 Aug 1908
                   married Earnest L Smith 13 July 1873 - 7 Aug 1926 Windsor NC
                       1. Nannie Walton Smith 1902 - 18 July 1928 auto accident  dsp
                  all three buried at St Thomas in Windsor NC
                       2. Pattie Barrow Smith 15 April 1905 -
                          both girls baptised at St Thomas in 1905

               Joe married 2nd at Scotch Hall23 Nov 1886 Sue Martin Capehart
                   dau of Cadmus and Mary Capehart   had at least 5 children that died young

      c. James Alice [Jimmie] Walton 22 Oct 1864 Greensboro AL - 12 Mar 1955 Augusta GA
            married 1886 James Hailey Flythe 13 Sept 1859 NH Co NC - 16 Oct 1940 
                        moved to Augusta GA
ca 1903
                 i. James Walton Flythe 10 April 1887 Conway NC - 5 Dec 1962 Augusta GA Civil Engineer
                         1st Lt Army 318th FA 81st  WWI
                      married aft 1920  Dorothy/Dollie Bettis 1894 -
                ii. William Perry Flythe 19 March 1889 Conway NC -  22 Jan 1956 Wash DC  Newspaper man
                       married 23 Feb 1912 Julia Hatcher 13 Jan 1894 Augusta GA - June 1938 Wash DC
                       
1. William Perry Flythe Jr 16 Dec 1913 - aft 1982 Wash DC
                        2. Frances Walton Flythe 25 Dec 1915 - 15 Aug 1982  Social worker

   
                          married Jack C Morris 3 Apr 1912 - 29 Aug 1983
                                a. Anne Stewart Morris
                                     married Cecil L Davis

                       married 2nd bef 1940 Marion ?  19 May 1888 Mass - Mar 1964
                iii. Agnes Sharp Flythe 30 Jan 1892 Portsmouth VA  - 26 July 1970
                        married Edison Marshall
                         1. Edison Marshall Jr 13 Aug 1923 - 31 Mar 1988
                         2. Nancy Sharp Marshall 1926 - 1992
 
                iv. Oscar Smith Flythe 19 Feb 1893 Portsmouth VA  - 10 Nov  1962   WWI         
                 v. Starkey Sharp Flythe 1904 Augusta GA - 1989  lawyer
                       married Mary Bacheller
 
                        1. James Bacheller Flythe 1933 - 1986 -Judge
                               a. James W Flythe
                               b. John Flythe - Judge

                         2. Starkey Sharp Flythe Jr 15 Feb 1935 - 13 Sept 2013 Augusta GA - writer, editor, teacher

 
      Nannie Sharp married 2nd Hertford Co NC 14 April 187 Ethelbert Drake Scull 1819 - 1897  (from Winborne)
     
  d. Bismark Scull 1 March 1872 - 22 Jan 1933 obit
                                      sheriff of Hertford County
              married Luella Pritchard
       e. Drake Moltkie [Markee] Scull 14 Apr 1874 - 5 Jan 1933
              married 1st Jaine B Harris 1872 - 12 July 1915
              married Henrietta Adams Gregory 6 May 1892 - 18 Nov 1974

2. Mary C Walton 25 Dec 1837 Greene Co, AL - 19 July 1846 Hertford Co NC
                     buried in the Cemetery at the Jones Hole, Hertford co NC

William Walton and his 1st wife Anne Jackson had:
1. John William Walton 1817 - 1897
AL
     married 22 Oct 1844 Barsha Susan Norfleet 1822 - 1880
      a. Sallie Anna Walton 17 Nov 1845 AL  - 17 Aug 1895 Gallatin TN
            married ca 1867 Timothy Walton 28 Dec 1836[40] NC -12 Apr 1902 TN
     b. Barsha Susan Walton 
            married 1875 Sherman Morton Merrill 1832 -1907


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