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A genealogical study from the "Horse Lord" Eacain
Covering American cousins now spelling the name McCaughan, McCaughern, McCaughrean, McCaughn, McKaughan, McKaughn, McKahan, McKeighan, McCaughin, McCahan, McCoin, McKoin, McGaughan, McGaughran, McGahan, McConn, McCann, McEachain, McEachin, McEachan, and McEachern.
it was all he had to give.
So it's yours to use and cherish,
for as long as you may live.
If you loose a watch he gave you,
it can always be replaced.
But a black mark on your name, son,
can never be erased.
It was clean the day you took it,
and a worthy name to bear.
When he got it from his father,
there was no dishonor there.
So make sure you guard it wisely,
after all is said and done.
You'll be glad the name is spotless,
when you give it to your son.
I married a widow with a grown-up daughter. My father visited our house, fell in love with my daughter and married her. Thus my father became my son and my daughter became my mother. My wife being my mother's mother, makes her my grandmother, and thus I became my own grandfather.
MY LATE FATHER AND MOTHER
ELVIN WESLEY McKAUGHAN AND MINNIE BELLE SKEELS
FOR GIVING ME LIFE-
MY LATE HUSBAND
MAX PRESTON PERKINS
FOR GIVING ME SUPPORT AND NOT COMPLAINING ABOUT THE TIME
RONALD KEITH PERKINS
FOR GIVING US AMY ELIZABETH AND KELLI ANN -
AND TO ALL MY "KISSEN COUSINS", EVERYWHERE.
ARMORIAL OF CHAVELIER JOHN A. McCAUGHAN
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This is the ARMORIAL of Chavelier John Alexander McCaughan, Esquire, KH, BS E, LGH, FAS, FSA SCOT, 43rd traditional representative, 29th historical head and 10th McCaughan of Ballyverdagh. Born 1906, Ballverdagh, N. Ireland, died 25 October 1981 Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This Armorial is a story of his life. The motto: "Sian Mac Eachain Per Ardua Ad Alta" means: "Safe be McCaughan's through difficulty to the Top, or Heaven". The eagle without the belt is his seal. The object that looks like a hat is actually a breast plate meaning John was in the military. In the shield: the two red cropped hands and one red lion means he was Knighted twice in Ireland. The cropped hands being the first seal John found us using in 1147 A.D. The wavy blue lines means John left the motherland and the three three leaf clover connected by one stem means he went to Canada. The Horses and base to the shield was added when John recieved his third Knighthood in 1979. His three Knighthoods are in the base, around the bottom of the shield. One is the Rose of Jerusalem, I don't know what the eagle in the shield means and the cross at the bottom of the shield means John was Grand Prior, or head of the Anglican Churches in Canada, representing the Queen. The horses I will exlain later. Since an Armorial is for the Head of the Clan and not the clansmen, we should respect it by only using it in our homes in picture form, never on jewelry, clothing, or stationery.
McCAUGHAN CLANSMAN SEAL: The motto means the same as above. The clansmen's Eagle is the same as John's. The belt around it indicates it is the Clansmen's seal and not the Head of the Clan.They used the seal by pressing it to berry juice or later to an ink pad and placed it at the end of their signature and also dropping a few drops of wax on the flap of an envelope and pressing the seal into the wax. We can use this any way we choose.
THE HOUSE BADGE was given to us by the Heraldry of Ireland in 1979 after Chevelier John recieved his third Knighthood. It is for ancient and extended families. Since Cheveliar John researched and documented us back to 247 A.D., we have been around for a while. Again, the motto. The white Horse standing on his back legs means we are documented back to the "Horse Lord". The ancient crown around the horses neck and chain draped over its back means we are documented back to the Pictish Tribes. Our name is the English version of MacEachain, which means, "Son of or Descendant of the Horse Lord". The red cropped hand on the horses shoulder was the first seal John found them using after they started using records in "Pict Land", which is now southern Scotland. It also is rarely given these days for it is the symbol of the Ulsters but since we used it hundreds of years before the Ulsters, the Heraldry placed it on our Horses shoulder of which John was quite pleased.
In the early 1950's, I was looking through my fathers papers and ran across a list my aunt Cora McKaughan had prepared for him, telling everything she knew about their grandfather, Rev. Wm. McKaughan. All she knew was that he was a circuit rider, his wife's name was Elizabeth, that they had gone to Greenwood County, Kansas as the state was opening up, and the children's names. After my grandfather, Francis Newton McKaughan, had taken his family to Oklahoma in 1893, there seemed to have been little contact with the Kansas relatives. My husband was traveling two weeks out of the month so I decided to see if I could find the illusive Rev. Wm. McKaughan. This was years before "Roots" was published and it became popular to hunt our ancestors. There was little information available and since I didn't have the foggiest notion what I was doing, I spun my wheels for about three years.
About this time, Frances McCoin Nuttle, of Wichita, Kansas, found her Oklahoma Cousins. She knew about a name change, which we didn't. She had asked her grandfather , William Jasper McKaughan/McCoin, why he had changed the name. He told her, "no one could spell it, no one could pronounce it, it sounded like McCoin so I just changed it". I found that around 1870, Rev. Wm. and all his surviving sons, excluding my grandfather, had also changed the name to McCoin. Frances connected me with the late Elah McKaughn Peace of High Point, North Carolina. Elah and her husband, Raymond, had worked out most of the North Carolina line so she knew that Rev. Wm. had come from there. She sent me an obituary of Rev. Wm. that had been found in one of his brothers Bible showing the name change, a new wife and a location change so my world started looking up.
Shortly after, Patty Howard, of Mesa, Arizona, found me. She descends from my grandfather's youngest brother', Julius McCoin, who went to Oregon. Patty has a Morman library in her city where she donates a lot of time so as I got names, locations and dates, I would tell her and she would look up what was available for me. She has done most of the courthouse record research through the years. As I found a new line, I tried to find one who was interested in working with me and share their information. I stored the information away. As I kept finding more people and collecting more information, it started falling together like a jigsaw puzzle, so you see, you are the authors, I only compiled the material you sent me. I was still only working on the McKaughan line and its various spelling after we came to America: McCoin, McKoin, McGahan, McConn, McCann, etc.
In 1965, I found Chavelier John Alexander McCaughan, our "Head of the Clan", he assured me McCaughan and McKaughan were the same name, as well as McCaughin, McKeighan, etc., all English versions of the Gaelic Sirname "MacEachain". When we were transferred to Ft. Worth, Texas, I found several McCaughan's in the area and after talking with them I realized they all descended from one ancestor, John McCaughan, the surveyor. I won't try to list all of you who sent me complete lines, autobiographies, and continue to do research and share your information you find with me . You know who you are and I am afraid I might overlook some one. I have given you recognition at the end of each subject. I would however, like to give special recognition to John Simpson McKaughan (3), of Dallas, Texas, for doing the art work on the book and designing the cover, to Don McGahan of Anderson, South Carolina for working so hard to try to get the book published, and to Suzanne and Robert McCoin, Anadarko, Oklahoma, for the many hours of typing and getting it on the internet and for helping me edit it. When I started copying my material, my purpose was to get the information I had collected that I had in 14, 3 inch, 3 holed notebooks, under one cover, since all the immigrants coming from County Antrim, Ireland, descends from one of the 8 sons of Archibald McCaughan who went from Scotland to Ireland in the early 1600's. I wanted to get a copy in the Genealogy Library at Salt Lake City, Utah, which is considered one of the World best Genealogical Libraries, and a copy to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. for somewhere down the line, another will get interested. If they don't know all the spellings, they can waste a lot of time and also, the information Chevalier John McCaughan has shared, they would probably never know. I also wanted to show our younger generation that we have a very noble past. That we are documented back to 247 A.D. which makes us one of the oldest clans of Scotland and farther than most families can go and make them proud of their heritage.
When they heard I was copying my material, many "kissen cousins" asked me to have it published. You note, I have not written it as a genealogy book, some genealogy graphs and sheets are hard for even me to follow. I have tried to write it as simply as possible so everyone could follow. With each immigrant, I have listed their children and followed each child down as far as I have before going to the next child. I tried to be as correct on names and dates as possible but in some cases, people have sent me different dates on the same person so what do you do? I used the date the most used from that line. Also, on the fact sheet, it asks you to give the date and the month you were born, married, died. In many cases,instead of writing the name of the month, they used numbers. I didn't know if they had the date and month in the proper place or not, if the number was less then 12, it was impossible to tell, so I imagine there are errors, but I tried.
On top of the box, I have listed the parents of the McCaughan whose family is being covered.
In the box, The parents of that family and listed their children. The subject covered on that page is in bold print.
Children of Archibald McKaughan, Jr. and Jane Mercer: REBECCA (3), GEORGE (1), HUGH (2), FORRESTER (1), ARCHIBALD (3), ALEXANDER, JOHN, GRISELLA.
3-1 REBECCA McKAUGHAN (3):
The numbers in the brackets after the most popular names used in the family shows others have used that name in generations before them.
Before each subject, there are two numbers. The first number is the generation they were in af ter they got to America and the second, the child they were in their family. Rebecca was the third generation, first child, daughter of Archibald McKaughan, Jr and Jane Mercer, son of the Archibald McKaughan (1) and Rebecca Boyd., and there had been daughters named Rebecca two generations before her.
In 1965, I found the "Head of our Clan" who was, at the time, Sir John Alexander McCaughan of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He was the oldest son of the oldest son down through 43 generations. He worked his lifetime documenting the Heads of the Clan and has the family worked back to 247 A.D. In 1979, John was knighted for the third time to Chevalier which was the highest he could go and not be of Royal blood. At that time, the Heraldry of Ireland presented us with our "Housebadge The following is what Chevalier John Alexander McCaughan told me about the early family.
We derive from the Pictish Tribes, as they are now called. A lot has been written about the Picts but no one knows for sure just where they came from to what is now called England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland, they were there thousands of years before others started populating the area and when they were later defeated and the clans broken up by the Vikings, the Picts left no written history or written language. I asked Chevalier John just where he thought they came from and he told me he thought they were Norsemen, going strickly by their coloring and stature. They were big boned, strong, blue eyes, hair from blond to sandy brown and they seemed to be at home on sea as well as on land. Of course, we are not all big, Blue eyed, with sandy hair today. After all, our mothers, or fathers as the case might be, had a little to do with what we look like and the dark genes are much stronger than the light. Enough is written about the early Picts in histories to tell us they came in family groups which were called tribes or clans. The bigger the group, the safer they were so they stayed in these family groups, living as one family. This was long before Christian names were used so to identify themselves, each family group got together and chose one from their group they felt could lead their family best. He was the "Lord" or "Leader". Each of these Lords decided upon a symbol of a fish, a fowl or an animal they admired for its strength, bravery, etc. Ours chose the Horse so he became the "Horse Lord" or "Leader of the Horse tribe". When we were in battle with another clan, since we had no uniforms to tell us apart in the heat of the battle, our shields had a white horse standing on it back legs, painted on it. The shields had a wooden frame with leather stretched over the frame. For paint, they had used berry, nut or tree stains. As they began to weave, a banner (totam or flag) was woven with a white horse on it. This banner flew over the family compound if we were not in battle and taken with them and flown during a battle. All the clansmen worked in the fields and brought their grain, or their kill, to one place and everyone ate from this supply. When a man married, he brought his bride to his clan, so his sons fought for the Horse Tribe, so when a girl married, she went to her husbands clan and her sons fought for her husbands clan. The Head of the Clan was the overseer, he owned everything and he made all the decisions for the family, but he also was responsible for everyone in the clan. maidens, orphaned children, widows, etc. to see that they were fed, protected and clothed. When he died, the next in line, who was generally his oldest son, got everything and became the next "Head of the Clan". If the Head had no sons, or for some reason, no son qualified (idiot, etc) then he could choose who he wanted to be next in line.
In Scottish Gaelic, "Horse Lord" was spelled "Eacain", later it started being spelled "MacEachain". In Scotland, Mac or as we now write Mc, in front of a name means "Son of, or descendant of" so MacEachain means, "son of, or descendant of the Horse Lord". In Ireland, in an early Clan book, Chevalier John found Prince Eachain, in 247 A.D. leading his Clan across the channel from what is now County Down, Norther Ireland to what is now southern Scotland, around Galloway. His father, who had been the King of the Irish Picts, had just been killed defending his kingdom so
Eachain, the next in line, was leading the family to safety. It is surmised that they had just had a Clan war and had lost. At this time. Gaelic was spoken. hundred of years later, when Scotland became part of the British Isles, England sent British subjects to Scotland as Kings and more people started populating and area. Like we treated our American Indians, these people started treating the Picts. History books call us the "terrible Picts", for we always seemed to be fighting someone. Well, naturally, some one was always trying to take land from us we had claimed for hundreds of years. About this time, the Vikings came to Scotland and the King realized he had two fighting groups on his hands, the Vikings and the Picts, so the King made a deal with the Vikings that if they would do away with the Picts and break up the clans, the Vikings could have what land they wanted, which they did pretty well. What Picts left, sort of melted in with the remainder of the people. Records were not kept well in "Pict Land" which is southern Scotland, until around 1150 A.D. when Chevalier John found in the first book the recording of Gillichrist MacEachain. Since Scotland was part of the British Isles, more and more English was being spoken and there appears to have been a drive for the men with Gaelic spelled names to change them to the English version. Gillichrist changed his name to MacCaughan. The clans were broken up by this time so not all changed the name and Chevalier John found over fifty ways spelled during this time. He didn't feel they kept all these spellings. Many of them were not educated and about the only place their names were recorded were in Church records. If they couldn't read or write, it was left up to the church clerk to spell it like it sounded to him. In Gaelic speaking countries, McCaughan and McEachain are pronounced the same, even today. It is "Mc Cack" a short roll and a short n. Since we do not have a roll in our language, Some picked up an "r" in the name.There are many English versions of the name but McCaughan is still the most popular. If you work on the family in America, you will find quite often the name was spelled McCaughran. This means the Gaelic pronounciation was still being used and the roll came out sounding like an "r".
All through the reign of the British Kings in Scotland, Chevalier John found the Heads of the Clans were very close to the Kings. They were in their armies, their wardens, their ministers, we sat on their juries and one, Sir Hector, was the Private Standard Bearer for King Robert 1st. Many were knighted. In Scotland and Ireland, each man has to earn his own titles. They are not passed on down through generation to generation like in England. You do not ask for a knighthood. It is given to you by the Royal Family in recognition of you for an outstanding in some field-bravery in battle, music, theater, writing, etc. Johns last knighthood was given to him because he had documented our name back so far. For favors we did for the Kings, they gave us land and homes. We seemed to have lived pretty "high on the hog" for many generations. We owned homes by the sea, homes in the mountains, and our castle "Barmagachan" in the Parish of Borgue, near Kirkcudbright, is still in existence. Our clansmen who have visited Barmagachan report that it is quite a thrill. Rather than a castle, they said they would call it a manor house, but it is called a castle. Its the oldest building in the area. All the natives call it "Old Barney". You can get the directions to it by going to the tourist bureau in downtown Kirkcudbright. It has around 20 rooms, built in a U shape. I don't know how much land it originally had but it still goes to the Irish Sea (about 3 miles) and it includes the Parish of Borgue, which is about a half mile away.in When Scotland had her war with England for her independence, like our revolutionary war, and she won, she took back all the lands from the different men who had been given land and homes by the British subject Kings. At this time, we lost Barmagachan and most all the other homes and land we owned. Around 1600 A.D., The Honorable Earl of Antrim, who was Protestant and who owned
most of the five counties that is now called Northern Ireland, looked around and found that after the reform, most of the Catholics of the Isles were settling in southern Ireland. He felt that one day they would cause him trouble so he sent word to Scotland that any Protestant who needed land, he would give them land if they would come help him defend his land. The Head of our Clan at that time was Archibald McCaughan and he had 8 sons. He took his family from Scotland to County Antrim, Ireland, where he was given 1500 acres which starts two and a half miles south of where the city of Ballycastle now stands. He named his land "Ballyverdagh" which in Gaelic means, "Home of the warden to the King" so we feel he could have possibly at one time been a warden to the King. His sons all stayed in Northern Ireland. Chevalier John said it is not the best land in Northern Ireland but it is the most beautiful. It is in the Glens where all the songs and poems are written about. Unlike before him when the Heads of the Clan died, he left everything to the next in line, it appears that Archibald gave each son land in different parts of Ballyverdagh when the son married. Ballyverdagh today is not much larger than an average farm but the land around it of a radius of about 8 miles is owned by different McCaughan's, or those of McCaughan blood. Ballyverdagh has been passed down to the next in line for the 10 generations they have been in Ireland. Chevalier John recieved it at the age of 6 when his father died. John is the oldest of 3 sons and his mother could not run the farm and get her children to school each day in Ballycastle so she rented the farm to an uncle and she took her family to Ballycastle, where they were raised.
Chevalier John said it is not a law, but you are taught that when you finish school you owe an obilgation to your country so his plans were to go to the Royal Army and then go to Ballyverdagh and become a gentleman farmer. He had no more than finished his basic training when an uprising occurred in County Antrim so he was transferred to the Royal Ulster Constabuary and sent home to take care of the uprising, knowing that he could never go back home to live again. He had an order and he tried to fill it as best he could. I asked him why he could not go home and he told me, because of the IRA. They are hooded like our KKK so you don't know who their members are, He knew that each of them would have a contract to kill him on sight. They hate England but they hate the English soldiers more. He did go back many times but when he did, he was always on the move, stuck mostly to larger cities, and never told anyone he was coming or where he was going. After that uprising, in the late 1920's, he took his mother and two brothers to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where he remained until his death in 1981. One brother stayed in Toronto, the other went to England.
The following is a report, in part, from Chevalier John Alexander McCaughan to the Lords of Lyon Court:
The genealogy of this family has not been fully researched and firmly documented for the years prior to 1150 A.D., this primarily because of the evident scarcity of Public Records for some periods in Galloway history. Until we come to Gillichrist MacEachain, the first of this family found on records with their surname Anglized. His Christian name indicates his family close connections with the Celtic Church in those early days. Gillichrist meant "son of Christ, born on Christ's birthday".
17 th GILLICHRIST MacEACHAIN/MacCAUGHAN, the lst Historical Representative, 17th Traditional Head of the Name and Family. The first Feudal Baron and Laird Barone of McCaughan and 5th MacEachain Mor. In the first document where his name is found he is registered Gillichrist MeCachen (the mode still pronouncing the family name in the old land) when his name appears in the 4th place as witness to a charter of lands by Earl Duncan of Galloway, to Monks at Melrose Abbey. He witnessed other land-charters in Galloway during the reign of Malcolm IV, King of Scotland 1153-1165 and his brother and successor William the Lion. also King of Scotland 1165-1214 A.D. Among other issue, his heir, CONALL.
18 th CONALL, or RONALD McCAUGHAN, succeeded his father as 2nd Feudal Barone and Laird Barone of McCaughan. Early in the 13th century, it is apparent that his family branched out and spread over into the Kingdom of Man, where because of the early mention of the surname in Manx Chronicles, and again in place-names, some which are Ballakcighan (Abbory Parish), and Ballakaighan (German Parish) are still preserved. In the Manx Kingdom, the family name again variously recorded and most often begins with the letter "K", also since 1611 A.D., some branches have dropped the prefix "Mac" entirely. Conall died in Wigtownshire, susposed to be in battle, leaving two sons: DUNCAN and ROLAND.
ROLAND McCAUGHAN, the younger, sometimes Roland McGauchan, or Roland de Mearns, by which he was better known, was Laird Barone of a district in Renfrewshire, at Paisley, Scotland. His granddaughter, Lady Mary McGauchan, the heretrix of the Baroney of Mearns, married Sir Aymer Maxwell and they were the ancestors to the Earls of Nithsdale and all the House of Maxwell. Sir Aymer and his wife, Lady Mary, served on the Council of Alexander 111 rd., King of Scotland 1249-1286, till September 1255 after which Sir Aymer was Chamberlain of Scotland 1258-1260 and Jucticiar of Galloway 1264 A.D.
19 th DUNCAN McCAUGHAN, or Duncan Ap Scollosthes, 3rd Feudal and Laird Barone, and possibly aLay Abbot of the Native Church in his territory in Kirkcudbrightshire. The official, or To-name also borne by the McCaughan Representatives as they enter mediaeval times and even up to 1300 A.D., is that of Askelok, a name found variously recorded, that is derived from the Pictish name of Scollofthes meaning the official or Head of his church. "Ap" is Welch for "son of". According to many scholars, this is one of the few words handed down to us from the Pictish times. A Monk in his writings (1170-1173) writes that in the Pictish language of Galloway the Official or the Head of a church was called Scollofthes. The "Ap" might indicate also that his father had been a minister. "Ap Scollofthes" meaning lison of the minister". They used this To-name when doing business with the church. Duncan was succeeded by his son, FERGUS.
20 th FERGUS McCAUGHAN was succeeded by his son, GILBERT.
21st GILBERT McCAUGHAN c A.D. 1225-1290, the 4th Representative of his Name and Famil y is at least on one occassion referred to as Gilbert Askelok..Gilbert Scollofthes.. In 1291, his widow Wilhemina Askeloc (sic) was granted by Edward lst, King of England, a protection sine termino to proceed to Cumberland, England. Since Cumberland is mentioned several times in this family's history it is more than possible that she was a Briton from Cumberland. They had issue amongst others, the eldest son and heir, ROLAND.
22nd ROLAND McCAUGHAN c A.D. 1255-1307, (sometimes spelled the name McGachan), Del Counte de Wigtown and also of Barmagachan, Kirkcudbrightshire and Rathcachan (Rath n Eac'ain) the 5th historical Head of his House, the 10th MacEachain Mor, and the 5th Feudal Baron, in 1291 A.D., Roland and his eldest son, Hector, are recorded by their official name of Askeloche (sic) when they served on the Assize Jury at Berwick-On- Tweed.
Roland is registered on the part of the Ragman Roll compiled from Wigtownshire, when he swore fealty and rendered homage to Edward lst, King of England, and evidently attended the Parliment of Berwick, held from the 28th of August to September 16th 1296. Roland's seal of Arms as appended to the Ragman Roll and still evident are..Or a dexter Hand apaumee and Erect Cules.. (cropped red, right hand on Or, or white). In 1300 Roland and his wife, Katerina (Kathleen) granted a Charter of some of their land at Barmagachan for the Parish of Borgue, Kirkcudbrightshire. In this charter (still evident) Roland's Family name and again his official name of Askelaoches (sic) are both used. The many times the To- name was used by members of these families establish beyond a doubt that their forefathers were the Heads or Chief Officials in the Native or Pictish Church in their domain. It is also intimated that in Roland's time, he also held certain parts of his Mother's land near Allordale, Cumberland, England, and there was referred to as the lst Lord Baron of McCaughan. Because of his active participation in the Scottish war for Independance on the side of Robert the Bruce, Roland's lands in Wigtownshire were forfeited to the English Crown. He was killed during battle fighting alonside King Robert 1st. Roland and Lady Katerina McCaughan had with other issue, two sons. HECTOR and FERGUS.
FERGUS McCAUGHAN, the younger, a name child of Fergus, Lord of Galloway 1136-1161 A.D., was also registered on the Ragman Roll, when he was a Representative from Wigtownshire, he paid homage at Berwick-On-Tweed on the 28th of August 1295. Fergus is recorded as Fergus Askolo (sic).
23rd SIR HECTOR McCAUGHAN, c 1270-1335 A.D. on the 28th August 1296, he was also registered on the Ragman Roll as a Representative from Wigtown and under the To-name of Ascoloc (sic). His seal of arms as evidence by the Ragman Roll are ..AZURE two lions in pale passant to dexter OR..and his seal is ensigned "Sigillo Hectori Ascoloc".
Sir Hector was imprisoned for causing the death of Cutbert of Galloway while he fought alongside Robert the Bruce on the side of the English, prior to the Scottish War for independence. In 1302 A.D. Hector was pardoned by Robert the Bruce when he became King Robert 1st of Scotland, and Hector was made King Roberts Private Standard Bearer carried the Kings flag everywhere the King went, quite an honor.)
In 1307 A.D., Sir Hector married LADY FLORENC E de WIGTOWN. They were succeeded by their son, LAUGHLIN.
24th LAUGHLIN McCAUGHAN, succeeded hi s father in 1335 A.D., as the 7th historical and 24th traditional Representative of his Family . His successor was his son, MAURICE.
25th MAURICE McCAUGHAN, sometimes Mauric e McGaychyn, the 8th Laird Barone, is recorded in 1377 A.D., an English safe pass at the request of Archibald Douglas, Earl of Galloway. It is surmis ed that he was visiting kin in Cumberland, England. Maurice was succeeded by his son, DUNCAN.
26th DUNCAN McCAUGHAN, was succeeded by his son, ROLAND.
27th ROLAND McCAUGHAN, b.c. 1376, became on the death of his father, believed to have bee n in 1409 A.D., the 11th Representative of his name and Family and the 10th Laird Barone. His era saw a move of the family from being large land owners to comparatively lesser owners at Glenluce, Wigtownshire. Roland had with other issue, a son and successor, FERGUS.
28th FERGUS McCAUGHAN (2), b.c. 1406, and of Corsmacachan at Glenluce, and Kirklands and the first of Callones (sometimes Gallones) all in Wigtownshire, he was the Ilth Laird Barone of McCaughan. In 1460, Fergus was in possession of the 33 shillings and 4 pence lands of Kirklands (now Kirkandrew), whereupon presently the stately monument erected in memory of Sir Andrew Agnew. In the same year, Fergus had the lands of Callones , in the Parish of Kirkmaiden, Wigtownshire, pledged into his hands by Lord Gilbert Kennedy. Fergus died at Callones before 1470 A.D. leaving other issue, his wife, thought to be a Dickerson, and an eldest son, JOHN.
29th JOHN McCAUGHAN (1), b.c. 1423 at Corsmacachan, became the 2nd of Callones and the 12th Laird Barone on the death of his father. John is mentioned in the Carte Monialium de North Ber wick, as Johnne McCachyn. He was recorded as the Notary, 25th February 1485, issued by George Bish op of Galloway. John died c. A.D. 1499 and was succeeded by his son FERGUS.
30th FERGUS McCAUGHAN (3), the 3rd of Callones, Kirkmaiden Parish, Wigtownshire, is rec orded in the Register of the Great Seal of Scotlan d, vol 2, p. 2056, as a witness to a document dated 10 May 1490, and others. On the 9th June 1531, Fergus resigned as Parish Clerk, (the higest office bestowed by the Laity on one of its members) of his home Parish of Kirkmaiden, in the Mull of Galloway . Fergus died at Callones before 1535 A.D. leaving his wife, Margaret, the daughter of John Macgeouch and a large family of which his two eldest sons were: ANDREW and JOHN.
SIR ANDREW McCAUGHAN, the eldest, entered the church. In the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, Vol. 12, p. 709, is registered that the Reverand Andrew McCachan was on the 8th of June 1506, appointed Rector of Armurchy. He passed the honors of being the Clan Head to his younger brother, John.
31st SIR JOHN McCAUGHAN (2) b. Callones, W igtownshire, became on the death of his father his s uccessor as the 4th of Callones, Wigtownshire, 14th Laird Barone of McCauhan. John was a Notary Public, is recorded as Sir John McGachand when at Crawford john on the 16th March, 1535. He evidently was the first of the family domiciled in the adjacent County of Ayr and at the Royal Burgh of Irvine, where his name appears on record dating from 1499 A.D. and where he died leaving issue amongst others, two sons: JOHN and JAMES.
SIR JAMES McCAUGHAN, the younger, was appointed in 1538 A.D. by the Crown and Rector of the Church of Kilblann (now Southend ) Mull of Kintyre, Argyllshire, in the Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland, Vol. 3, he is recorded as Sir James McGaughane and in local histories he is regarded as the Bishop and Abbot of this ancient Columbian Foundation.
32 nd SIR JOHN McCAUGHAN (3), born at Irvine, Ayrshire, succeeded his father before
1540 A. D. He was 15th Laird Barone or historical Head of the House of McCaughan and 32nd traditional Head. John (3) is on record as Sir John McGachan when on the 4th of October, 1540 at Edinbur gh, Scotland, he set out the rents for the upkeep of the now historic Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Irvine. He is also mentioned under different spellings of the family name in "Muniments of the Royal Burgh of Irvine" dated up to 1542 A.D. where he was in possession of extensive property, some of which is mentioned in the records of St. Conwall. Kilblann, etc. John died c. 1570 at Irvin e, leaving issue of whom his successor, son ANDREW.
It is a coincidence that 425 years later and almost to the day, his namesake and direct descendant, Chevalier John Alexander McCaughan, performed the same duties as a Churchwarden in the Parish Church of Toronto, Canada, also named St John the Baptist.
33rd ANDREW McCAUGHAN, was succeeded by his grandson, ARCHIBALD. It is believed that his only son, named Alexander, must have died before his father-thus the honors passed to a grandson.
34 th ARCHIBALD McCAUGHAN, in 1598 A. D. got land on the Mull of Kintyre. His tenture of the lands were seemingly very troubled and temporary (land was lost in a war with Clan Donald). In 1600 A.D. the family left all and together with other related lowland families. They journeyed the eighteen miles across the North Channel into County Antrim, Ireland where they were treated royally and obtained lands from the Earl of Antrim. As public documents disclose this was the original family of the name recorded in Antrim, where seemly Archibald died leaving 8 sons, who in 1659 A.D. were recorded at the following places of residence all in north east Antrim and within a short distance of one another.
(1) JOHN McCAUGHAN (4) and of whom presently.
(2) ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN, of Ballyverdagh, Culfreigtrin Parish, Co. Antrim.
(3) GILLICHRIST McCAUGHAN, Ballyloughan, Culfreightrin Parish, Co. Antrim.
(4) LOGHLIN McCAUGHAN, Ballynagard, Culfreightin Parish, Co. Antrim.
(5) ANGUS McCAUGHAN, Cross, nr. Ballyvoy, Culfreightrin Parish, Co. Antrim.
(6) DANIEL McCAUGHAN, Dunlace, Dunlace Parish, Co. Antrim.
(7) OGAN McCAUGHAN, Kilcrough, Armory Parish, Co. Antrim.
(8) DONALD McCAUGHAN, Unshanagn, Ladye Parish, Co. Antrim
35th JOHN McCAUGHAN (4) b.c. 1600 in Scotland, succeeded his father and became the 2nd of Ballyverdagh, Glenshesk, nr. Ballycastle, County Antrim, Ireland. Ballyverdagh is sometimes recorded as Ballyberdagh, a place from the Gaelic meaning "Dunbardach" meaning Warden's fort of castle. Its fronting the east banks of the Shesk River, in Glenshesk, and descendants continued to live on these lands for almost 300 years. John (4) died at Ballyverdagh c. 1672, leaving his wife, Margaret, daughter of Archibald MacGillebride of Ferran and a son and heir, ALEXANDER.
36th ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN, recorded in early documents as Alexander McCahan, b.c. 1639, at Ballyverdagh, succeeded his father as 3rd of Ballyverdagh and the 19th Head or Representative of his House. Married Mary, daughter of Charles McVurrich (Curry) of Ferran, and died 1697, leaving three sons:
(1) JOHN McCAUGHAN (5), his heir.
(2) CHARLES McCAUGHAN, married and had issue.
(3) ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN, married and had issue.
37th JOHN McCAUGHAN (5) born ca. 1662 at Ballyverdagh where he died 1730 leaving issue of five sons and one daughter by his wife, Sarah, granddaughter and heiress of Art McDowney, formerly of Wigtownshire, Scotland.
(1) JOHN McCAUGHAN, born 1695, predeaces his father.
(2) LAUGHLIN McCAUGHAN, of whom presently.
(3) JAMES McCAUGHAN
(4) ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN
(5) MARGARET McCAUGHAN
(6) ARCHIBALD McCAUGHAN
38 th LAUGHLIN McCAUGHAN, eldest surviving son, succeeded his father in 1730 A.D. as 21st historical Head of his House is mentioned in the County Antrim Roll of surname in 1734 A.D. as Laughy McCagen of Ballyverdagh. He married Mary, daughter of Hugh Niven, the lineal descendant of Hugh Niven also from Wigtownshire, Scotland, and died 1771 (will probated 1772) interred in Culfreightrin leaving issue of six sons:
(1) JOHN McCAUGHAN (6), of whom presently
(2) HUGH McCAUGHAN, born 1726, married and had issue.
(3) CHARLES McCAUGHAN, born 1727, married and had issue.
(4) LAUGHLIN McCAUGHAN, born 1729, married and had issue.
(5) HECTOR McCAUGHAN, born 1731, married and had issue.
(6) PATRICK McCAUGHAN, born 1735, married and had issue.
39 th JOHN McCAUGHAN (6), born 1724 at Ballyverdagh, succeeded his father 1771 as 5th of Ballyverdagh and 22nd historical and 39th traditional Head of the House of McCaughan. John (6) died 1793, leaving issue of four sons and two daughters by his wife Agnes, daughter of Alexander McCahan of Ballynagard, the lineal descendant of Laughlin McCaughan.
(1) JOHN McCAUGHAN (7), of whom presently.
(2) ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN, born 1756, married and had issue.
(3) ARCHIBALD McCAUGHAN, born 1758, married and had issue.
(4) SARAH McCAUGHAN, born 1760.
(5) MARY McCAUGHAN, born 1761.
(6) CHARLES McCAUGHAN, born 1763, married and had issue.
40 th JOHN McCAUGHAN (7), born 1754, Ballyverdagh, succeeded his father in 1793, served in the Yoemen (the Royal Cavalry), married Anne, daughter of John McBride of Monoclough. John (7) died at Ballyverdagh 15th January 1867, interred at Culreightrin, aged 83. They had issue five daughters and three sons:
(1) ANNE McCAUGHAN, b. 1815, Interred at Culfeightrin 8 Dec. 1882, age 67. unmarried.
(2) MARY McCAUGHAN, b 1817, died 1868, married Hugh McCollum and had issue.
(3) MARGARET McCAUGHAN, b 9 May 1819, emigrated to Canada where she married William McMullan. Died 21 March 1885, interred at Bunker Hill Lime Lake, Ontario, Canada, with issue.
(4) SARAH McCAUGHAN, b 1821 Ballyverdagh, emigrated to Canada where she married Caleb Benedict, with issue.
(5) NANCY McCAUGHAN, b 1823, Ballyverdagh, died unmarried 1849, interred at Culfreightrin, aged 26.
(6) DANIEL McCAUGHAN, b 1824 Ballyverdagh, served as an officer in the Irish Constabulary, died unmarried, 8 July 1850 at his father's residence as a result of injuries recieved on duty at Clones, Ireland, interred Culfeightrin, aged 26.
(7) JOHN McCAUGHAN (8) of whom presently.
(8) HUGH McCAUGHAN, b 1827 Ballyverdagh, married Margaret Curry of Ferran and died by accident. Interred Culfeightrin, no issue.
41st JOHN McCAUGHAN (8) b Ballyverdagh 11 January 1825, died 24 April 1902, Ballyverdagh, aged 77, interred Culfeightrin, succeeded his father 1867 as the 7th of Ballyverdagh , 24th Head of his House and 41st traditional Head. Married in Culfeightrin Parish (Anglican) Church 8 April 1866 to Rose McAllister, daughter if Charles Black and Anne Jane Hunter and widow of John McAllister, all of Drumtullagh Parish, County Antrim, they had issue three daughters and three sons:
(1) MARY ANNE McCAUGHAN, b 1868, emigrated to Philadelphia, PA. USA where she married Andrew Shilliday and had issue.
(2) MARGARET McCAUGHAN, b 1870, died 1895, interred Culfeightein. Married John Swan and had issue.
(3) SARAH McCAUGHAN, b 1872, mentioned in her Father's will, interred at Belfast, Ireland, 1940.
(4) JOHN McCAUGHAN, b 1874, Ballyverdagh, emigrated to Philadelphia, PA. USA. Married Margaret Slowly. formerly of Caven, Ireland, died 18 February 1904, leaving issue. He chose to pass the honors of Clan Head to his younger brother.
(5) DANIEL McCAUGHAN, of whom presently.
(6) JAMES McCAUGHAN, b 1878, died 24 May 1899, unmarried.
42nd DANIEL McCAUGHAN, b 12 December 1876, Ballyverdagh, educated at Ballycastle and further education in Scotland, returning to Ireland in 1900, and on the demise of his father on 24 April 1902, according to the terms of his father's will, became his successor as the 9th of Ballyverdagh, 25th Head of his House of McCaughan. Married 8 March 1905, in Ramoam Presbyterian Church, Ballycastle, County of Antrim, Elizabeth, born 20 January 1880, the second daughter of William Chambers (1836-1920) and his wife Elizabeth Jane McCurdy (1849-1936), both of Prolusk Straid, Bushmills, County Antrim, and died 11 August 1912, interred at Culfreightrin Cemetery leaving issue of three sons:
(1) JOHN ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN (9), of whom we treat.
(2) WILLIAM CHAMBERS McCAUGHAN, b Ballyverdagh, County Antrim, 9 April 1909, baptised 11 July 1909 Culfreightrin Anglican Church. Educated Ramoan Public and Ballycastle High School with further education abroad. He entered the Royal Navy as a boy, was invalided out 23 September 1925, and he returned to complete his education. He was a banker, living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, unmarried.
(3) DANIEL ALFRED McCAUGHAN, b 3 June 1911, Ballyverdagh, baptised 24 September 1911, Culfreightrin Anglican Church. Educated Ramoan Public and Ballycastle High School with further education abroad. Served with distinction during 2nd World War as an officer in the British Royal Navy and Merchant Navy. Married in Uxbridge, England 7 July 1952, Frances, Georgia. The eldest daughter of George William Singleton and his wife Frances Emily Carter, both of Uxbridge, he is an Engineer. Their issue:
(1) JOHN ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN, b. 16 July 1954, Middlesex, England. Baptised 1 March 1960, St. Edmunds Anglican Church, Hayes, Middlesex, England.
43rd JOHN ALEXANDER McCAUGHAN (9), Esquire, KH, LGH, FAS, FAS Scot, BS., 43rd traditional Representative, 26th historical Head and 10th Head of McCaughan's of Ballyverdagh. Born at Ballyverdagh, nr. Ballycastle, County Antrim, Ireland, 17 December 1906, baptised at Culfeightrin PE Church 7 April 1907, educated at Ramoan Public and Ballycastle High School with further education abroad, also Automobile Engineering with Messers J.W. McCaughan and Sons, Ballycastle, company director and public servant. Succeeded his father 11 August 1912, as 10th Head of Ballyverdagh with a petition before the Lords of Lyon Court for recognition as the 27th Representative of the ancient and extended House of McCaughan. ".(Petition granted 1979 in Ireland). He was a member of the Royal Ulster Constabuary. 1929, he took his widowed mother and two brothers to Toronto, Ontatio, Canada. Married 12 March 1931, at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Elizabeth, born in Belfast, In Ireland, the 3rd daughter of Charles Kerr Cameron, marine Engineer and member of R.N.V.R. (1905-1925), born in Belfast, Ireland, died by shipwreck 1925, and his wife Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George Gordon, 8th of Knockmore and Lissue, Parish of Blairis, Lisburn, County Antrim, Ireland. *(Chevalier John died 25 October 1981, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, interred at the St John the Baptist Anglican (Norway) Church Cemetery in Toronto. Their issue:
(1) ELIZABETH MAUREEN McCAUGHAN, b 30 March 1932, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Educated in Toronto and the University of Toronto. *(Maureen is now married to Sigurd Christensen and they have one son. Her address is: 3065 Elgin Mill Road, East. Markham, Ontario L6C L Canada.She is a teacher and is acting as Head of the Clan until it is decided who will be next in line).
(2) ALICE LOIS CHAMBERS McCAUGHAN, b 6 February 1934, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Educated in Toronto. married 14 January 1955, at St Savior's Anglican Church, Toronto, Kenneth Iain Spence, Detective Officer in the Metro Toronto Police Department, b 14 June 193l at Londonderry City, Ireland, only son of James Andrew Spence and his wife, Alice Marguette Reid, from Portstewart, County Antrim, Ireland, and had issue:
(A) KIMBERLY LYNNE SPENCE, born in Toronto.
Lois married secondly 12 June 1965 at Kington Road United Church, Toronto Ivan Bruce Forrest, the Commissioner of Parks and Recreation, city of Toronto, and the only son of Donald Forrest, of Adason, Renfrew County Ontario and his wife, Jennie Carmicael. *(Lois is acting secretary for our Clan until it is decided who will be next in line. Her address (1990) 5 Hammersmith, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4E 2W3, telephone number: 416/699-1809).
* my comments, they do not appear in report.
The children of Alice Lois Chambers McCaughan Spence and Ivan Bruce Forrest:
(B) JOHN ANDREW FORREST, born in Toronto, died in infancy.
(C) KEVIN BRUCE FORREST, born in Toronto.
(3) PATRICIA ALOA ALEXANDRA McCAUGHAN b 14 March 1936, Toronto, Ontario, educated in Toronto. Married 15 November 1957 at St. John the Baptist (Norway) Anglican Church, Toronto, Joseph Leonard Boyd, Toronto city Fire Department. Born 13 March 1935, Belfast, Ireland, the son of Frank Christian Boyd (1902-1963) and his wife, Jane Sheppard Hayes, and has issue:
A. KELLY KRISTINE BOYD: born Toronto.
B. HEIDI ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA BOYD: born Toronto.
C. JOSEPH KERR ALEXANDER BOYD, born Toronto.
Supplied by: John Alexander McCaughan, Toronto, 1970
Update: Kevin B. Forrest, Toronto, 1992
The following is taken from a report the late Chevelier John Alexander McCaughan, 43rd "Head of the house of McCaughan" prepared for the Heraldry of Ireland on the different ways he found the early families spelling our name in Scotland, Isle of Man, Ireland, and later in Canada, America, New Zealand and Australia. All stemming from the original Gaelic name "MacEachain". He felt they didn't keep all these spellings. Soon after the clans were broken up, a lot of the men were not educated and about the only place where their name was required was on church records. If you couldn't read or write, it was left to the church clerk to spell it like it sounded to him. This accounting for the Irish Gaelic spelling of the "Horse Lord" McQuuichin.
Auchanson -- McCaughin -- McGeaghan -- McCaughan (Galloway 1100) -- McGachen -- Cahanson -- McCaughan (Manx 1200) -- McGaychin -- Cackeon (Manx 1418) -- McCaghan -- McCaughern -- Caighan (Manx 1643-1745) -- McCahen (Ireland 1650) -- McCahan -- McKahan -- McKaighan (Manx 1200) -- McKeighan --Cagen (Manx 1630) -- McCaughran -- Kaighan (Ireland 1700) -- Kaighan (Manx 1611) -- McEachain (Galloway 1100) -- McKahon -- McKeechan -- MacGachan -- McGagen -- McKeuchane -- MakGachane -- McGachand -- McKechan -- MacAychin -- McGaichan -- McKeuchane -- McAchin -- McGauchane -- McKaghan -- Mcakeon -- McGaughan -- McKachan -- Mccachan -- McGeachan -- McKaychin -- McGathan -- McCaghan (Galloway 1150) -- McGahan (Ireland 1700) -- McQuuichin (1528)
It will be noticed from the above that some members of the family living on the Isle of Man have since 1418 A. D. dropped the prefix "Mac" entirely.
Time and distance does not permit us to fully research and determine when a branch of the family extended into the Kingdom of Man, however we can state that the surname, again variously recorded, appears in the early chronicles of that island, The Chronican Mannial. Also especially in the north there are places named after the family. Three of which are Villa McKeon and Ballakeighan in the Parish of Arbory and Ballakaighan, Parish of German. I would venture to guess that the name was carried to Man by one or more of the family, probably as a member of the Scottish Army, who remained to fill some position. Some items belonging to the family can now be found in the Manx Museum in Ballakaighan dating back to the Bronze Age.
In Canada, the immigrants coming from County Antrim, Ireland, we found using the spelling McCaughan and McKaughan and directly from Scotland, McEachain, variously recorded. In America, immigrants coming from County Antrim, Ireland, we have found using the spelling McKaughan, McCaughan, McCaughn, McKeighan, McCaughin and McGahan. From these names, many have Americanized the name to McCoin, McKoin, McGahan, McConn, and McCann. The immigrants coming directly from Scotland to America we have found use the spellings MacEachain. McEachain, McEachin, McEachan, and McEachren. In Australia and New Zealand, the immigrants from County Antrim, Ireland spell the name McKaughan and McCaughan.
John A. McCaughan, Esq.
There is a possibility that if you hire a genealogist in Ireland, you will get wrong information. Chevalier John A. McCaughan explains: One of the McCaughan girls of Northern Ireland married a man of the Royal Stuart line and they had one son. This son was a lawyer in England who became quite wealthy and never married. When he died, which JOhn did not give a date but I surmised it has been since the late 1920's when the courthouse at Dublin was burned. He left a certain amount of money to each McCaughan who could prove their relationship within four generations to his mother. All the McCaughan's got busy working on their line. One of them hired a professional genealogist to work the line back as far as they could go. This genealogist did okay until he got to the early 1600's, not knowing they had come from Scotland to Ireland at that time. He had found that some of the lines now spell the name "McCahan" so he put 2 and 2 together and got 6. He connected the family with an "O'Cahan's" of Ireland with the same name. He recorded his information with the Ulsters so everyone who wrote asking about the McCaughan's were given this information. Chevalier John was able to correct the main source but there is no telling how many people were given the wrong information before he did and how many people they have passed it on to so, If you hear or see that we are connected to the O'Cahan's of Ireland, this is not true. When the O'Cahan's were doing their thing in Ireland, we were in Scotland. Of all the confusion of all these different spellings, possibly it would have been better if we had all kept the original name, MacEachain.
1. ARCHIBALD McKAUGHAN, SR.: born around 1715 in County Antrim, Ireland. He married REBECCA BOYD, the only child of Alexander Boyd of "Glass Island" county Antrim, around 1733. Alexander Boyd manufactured glass. He owned a manor house known for its grandeur. He was a man of wealth and in his will he stated, fifty years after his death, lawyers were to go to America to see if they could find a certain number of descendants of Rebecca Boyd McKaughan. If that number was found, they would share in his estate. If that number was not found, the estate would go to Ireland. I heard they were in North Carolina and from the Joab Brooks Letter, page 6, we know they were in Texas but as far as I could find out, they never went to Tennessee and Kentucky, where most of the McKaughan's were. We know the estate was turned over to Ireland and it was sold to a Doctor who made an orphan home for boys, which it still is. That is probably for the best.
Archibald and Rebecca McKaughan and two sons: Archibald, Jr, age 12, and Hugh (1), age 4, came from County Antrim, Ireland to America in 1747. They settled in Pennsylvania, believed to be Cumberland County, where they lived a great number of years and while there, two daughters were born: Margaret and Rebecca (2). Both of their sons were in the Revolutionary War and they both married while in Pennsylvania. Archibald, Jr. to Jane Mercer and Hugh (1) to (1) Charlotte Blake. After the war, all of Jane Mercer's brothers and all the McKaughan's went to a territory which was West Carolina at the time and is now Sullivan County, Tennessee. There is no mention of Archibald (1) or Charlotte Blake McKaughan going so we feel they Could have died while in Pennsylvania. There seemed to have been quite a drive of the Revolutionary veterans to that area at that time so they could have been given land there from the Government for their services. They cleared their land, built their cabins, made peace with the is Indians and put out their crops, which were plentiful since it was virgin land. Carolina was having so many problems with their citizens on the east side of the Smokies that they were not paying any attention to what went on west of the Smokies so these families were pretty much on their own. After a few years, they decided to form a little state and call it Franklin. There are two trains of thought here.
History books tells us that they could not take care of Franklin so asked Carolina to take it over. if you ask anyone around that area, they are quick to tell you that they had been told by their forefathers that Carolina heard about them forming a state of Franklin so sent her militia to take it over. Whatever, this made a lot of these families mad so they asked their friend and neighbor, Daniel Boone, to lead them through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky which was being formed into a state at that time. By this time, Hugh (1) McKaughan had remarried to (2) Nancy Ingram, the daughter, Margaret, had married Joseph Birdwell and the daughter, Rebecca (2), had married Roger Browning, all in Franklin. Archibald McKaughan, Jr. took his family, along with all the Mercer brothers, to Pulaski County, Kentucky. After the state of Tennessee was formed, the rest of the McKaughan's, and their families, plus the aged mother, Rebecca Boyd McKaughan, moved to what is now Jackson County, Tennessee, where she died at the age of around 100 in 1816. She is buried in, one of the tomb type graves in the Rob Draper Cemetery near Gainesboro, Tennessee. More about this under the chapter on Hugh MccKaughan (1)
Archibald McKaughan (1) was one of the- first we found to come to America from County Antrim, Ireland, and the only one who used the "McKaughan" spelling. It is also his line who did most of the, name changing around 1870. Several McCaughan's
came from County Antrim later and since they had not lived here as long as Archibald's line, and since they still had ties to the motherland, few of them changed the spelling of the name. McCaughan is the most popular way to spell the name in the old country. I was told by Chevalier John Alexander McCaughan that McKaughan and McCaughan are both the same name and if they came from County Antrim, Ireland, they descend from one of the 8 sons of the original Archibald McCaughan who went from Scotland to Ireland in the early 1600's. During the uprising in Northern Ireland in the 1920's, the IRA burned the courthouse in Belfast so about all the records left there now are the church records. Had they stayed Church of Ireland (Anglican), their records are complete, but we know our McKaughan's changed to Presbyterian during their drive over there and something happened to the first record books of the Presbyterian Church in Northern Ireland. We feel the name was spelled McKaughan because a few years after our Archibald McKaughan came to America, there was a John McKaughan who went to Australia from County Antrim, Ireland. I feel these two men were from the same family. Whether all the McKaughan men left Ireland, they eventually had only girl descendants, or they changed their names back to McCaughan, I don't know, nor do we know why they used "K" instead of "C" but I am told there are none in Northern Ireland today spelling it "McKaughan".
In my files I recorded this Archibald as Archibald McKaughan (1) since he was the first Archibald to come to America. Their children:
----2-1 ARCHIBALD McKAUCHAN, JR.
----2-2 HUGH McKAUGHAN (1)
----2-3 MARGARET McKAUGHAN
----2-4 REBECCA McKAUGHAN
Children of Archibald McKaughan, Sr. and Rebecca Boyd: ARCHIBALD JR., HUGH (1), MARGARET, REBECCA (2)
2-1 ARCHIBALD McKAUGHAN, JR.: born 1735, County Antrim, Ireland. He came to America with his parents in 1747, at the age of 12 years. They settled in Pennsylvania, believed to be Cumberland County. He married JANE MERCER, daughter of Moses and LaGrelda Forrester Mercer from Scotland to Pennsylvania. Little is known about Moses and LaGrelda after they came to America. The Mercer cousins who have worked on that line believe Moses was related to General Hugh Mercer, they both came to America around the same time and Jane's brothers always seemed to be near General Hugh.
History books tells us General Hugh Mercer was the private doctor to the King of Scotland and after their war with England for their Independence the King was exiled and so was General Hugh Mercer. Whether Moses Mercer was also exiled or not, we do not know. General Hugh settled in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania (Mercersburg was named after him). When the revolutionary war broke out, Hugh Mercer enlisted as a doctor and was commissioned to General. He was in many battles in Pennsylvania and was sent to Princeton, New Jersey where he was killed. Two of Jane Mercer's brothers were with him in Princeton at the time.
Archibald McKaughan, Jr. served as a private eighth class, Captain Jack's Sixth Company, Fourth Battalion, Cumberland County Militia, according to a patrol return dated 24 October 1782 (page 313, Vol. 6, 5th series, Pennsylvania Archives). He is recorded as Arch McCaughran. I feel the name was written by a clerk and the clerk wrote it "McC", rather than "McK" because Arch Jr's signature on a land survey in 1804 and he spelled the name McKaughan. The "r" in the name indicates the Gaelic pronunciation and the "r" the roll. His name is recorded Archibald McKaughan on the D.A.R. Patroitic Records, cleared 9 November 1933 by Zula Moore Nelson, Wichita Falls, Texas. There are, however, several errors in her report.
After the revolutionary war, all the Mercer brothers and all the McKaughan's regathered in a territory which is now Sullivan County, Tennessee. Around 1800, when Kentucky was formed, all the Mercer brothers and families and Archibald McKaughan, Jr. and family went to Pulaski County, Kentucky. Archibald's land was 15 miles west of Somerset, west of Nancy about 2 miles, and one mile south on road #1664. The King Creek mentioned on the survey is now named Sputter Creek. The land is now owned by Mr. Glen Roy. Their graves are in the pasture on a hill, among a clump of trees, between the two barns. It is hard to tell just how many graves there are for the cattle have trampled them, and there are only two marked with names. One, a soldier recorded Caughran (no date), appears to be a grandson, and the other a baby recorded as Caughron (1853). 1 have neither of these on my files. If the soldier was the father of the baby, it appears he had dropped the prefix "Mc" from the name and
used "C", as we find them doing sometimes during this time, and again the "r" which indicates the name was still pronounced the Gaelic way, the "r" being the roll in the name. In the early days, Pulaski County, Kentucky was quite large, in fact, it went to the Tennessee border. They built sub-courthouses so the men could get to a courthouse in the wintertime when the river was frozen and roads icy. One such sub-courthouse was built at Monticello, Kentucky. Later, when Pulaski County was divided into several counties, Monticello became the county seat of Wayne County but it appears they kept all the old records so if you look for information, you have to work both courthouses. The Wolf Creek Dam has been built between Archibald McKaughan, Jr's land and Monticello so you have to go to Somerset and around but at the time he lived there. I was told by Mr. Roy that they would take a skiff across the river. It is 7 miles from Monticello and 15 miles and many hills to Somerset. This explains why we found more information in Wayne County on them than Pulaski County.
Their children we found doing business in the courthouses and in old letters mentioned (there are possibly more who married out of the county) are:
----3-1 REBECCA McKAUGHAN (3)
----3-2 GEORGE McKAUGHAN (1)
----3-3 HUGH McKAUGHAN (2)
----3-4 FORRESTER McKAUGHAN (1)
----3-5 ARCHIBALD McKAUGHAN (3)
----3-6 ALEXANDER McKAUGHAN (1)
----3-7 JOHN McKAUGHAN(1)
----3-8 GRISELLA McKAUGHAN
3-1 REBECCA McKAUGHAN (3): born about 1775 in Pennsylvania. Went to the territory which is now called Sullivan County, Tennessee with her parents where she married JOHN DIMMINEX BROOKS, son of Joab Brooks (1) of North Carolina, in 1793. they moved to North Carolina long enough to be on the tax rolls of 1800 but by 11 November 1812, when Rebecca died, 8 November 1812, they had moved to Jackson County, Tennessee where her aunts, uncle and grandmother McKaughan lived. John was born abt 1775 in Chatham Co., North Carolina. Their children:
----4-1 JOAB BROOKS (3)
----4-2 JANE MERCER BROOKS
----4-3 MARY HUDSON BROOKS
----4-4 WINNIFRED CHAPLE BROOKS
----4-5 ARCHIBALD HARPER BROOKS
----4-6 SARAH BLOCKER BROOKS
----4-7 CATHERINE HARRIS BROOKS
----4-8 REBECCA DEMAX BROOKS
4-1 JOAB BROOKS (3): (His grandfather and an uncle were also named JOAB), in North Carolina) born 1794 in Tennessee. Joab (3) moved to Scott County, Arkansas, "Contintial History of Arkansas" titled A.C. Brooks, says Joab was married in Tennessee. His children were born there. Joab was followed to Arkansas by his son, Jacob Brooks, who was a farmer and a Methodist Episcopal minister. Joab died there in 1884.
Joab Brooks (3) was the author of the following letter and sworn statement we found that has helped us so much in our research. The letter was an answer to kin in Texas (Jane Mercer Brooks Simpsons descendant) telling them the Lawyers from Ireland had not been to see him and the sworn statement, to distinguish Joab's relationship to Alexander Boyd, Rebecca Boyd McKaughan's father, in Ireland. Found in "Ancestorial Study of Four Families" by Emily Griffith Roberts.
Waldron, Scott County Arkansas
December 24th 1873
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of yours written at Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, and proceed to answer all the questions propounded so far as I can.
1st: Alexander Boyd, who lived near Belfast, Ireland, was in possession of the estate as far as I know, and I know nothing of his death.
My great-grandfather, Archibald McKaughan married Rebecca Boyd, daughter of Alexander Boyd, she being his only heir; and when the eldest son Archibald McKaughan, Jr., was twelve years old and Hugh, the second son being four years old, they set sail for America, and susposed they landed in United States at New York, and from thense proceeded to the State of Pennsylvania where they had two daughters born: Margaret and Rebecca. There my grandfather, Archibald McKaughan, Jr. married Jane Mercer, and there my mother was born in 1775. From thense the relatives emigrated to Holston River, East Tennessee where my mother, Rebecca McKaughan, married John D. Brooks (my father) and I, the first child was born in 1795.
My mothers aunt, Margaret, married Joseph Birdwell in East Tennessee about the year of 1793 and her sister, Rebecca, married Roger Browning about the same time, and their brother Hugh, married a woman by the name of ________ Ingram when he was an old man.
My greal-grandmother, Rebecca Boyd, died on, or about the year of 1816 (about 100 year old) in Jackson County, Tennessee. Any other or further information of the desired, address me. The family Bible, I expect is in the possession of the Birdwell family who resided in Jackson County, Tennessee, the last I knew of them.
Give my respect to my friends and relatives, and accept a due portion for yourself.
Helen Rugeley, Austin, Texas, 1965
STATE OF ARKANSAS
COUNTY OF SCOTT
I, Joab Brooks, a citizen of Scott County, Arkansas, aged 79 years, being one of the claimants of the estate of Alexander Boyd, deceased (late of Belfast, Ireland) do solemnly swear that I am the only living son of Rebecca Brooks, deceased, whose maiden name was Rebecca McKaughan and a daughter of Archibald McKaughan, Jr. That my grandfather was aforesaid Archibald McKaughan, Jr., was the son of my great-grandfather whose name was also Archibald McKaughan, deceased.
I got all my information from my great-grandmother, Rebecca Boyd, with whom I was personally and intimately aquainted for ten or twelve years before her death which took place in Jackson County, Tennessee, I think about 1816. I was almost twenty years of age at the time. She often told me that she was an heiress of the said Alexander Boyd, who died in Ireland. She also gave me the following information: That she married Archibald McKaughan near Belfast, Ireland contrary to her father's will; that she and her husband remained in that country (in and around Belfast) for some fourteen years after their marriage and until their eldest son was about twelve years old, after which time a difficulty arose between her husband and her father, which led to she and her husband coming to America.
I learned from my great-grandmother, Rebecca Boyd, that her father was the owner of a manor house near Belfast, Ireland, which she said was noted for its granduer, and often termed the "Glass House", on account of part of the walls being solid mirror (at least this is the way I understand it from her statements).
My great-grandmother, Rebecca Boyd, and her husband, landed in New York when they came to the United States. I do not know how long they remained in New York. They moved to Pennsylvania where they remained a great many years, and there Archibald McKaughan, Jr., (who was my grandfather) intermarried with Jane Mercer, of whom my mother was born in the year of 1775.
My mother moved from Pennsylvania to what is now East Tennessee, it being a territory at the time, and at which place my mother was married to my father, John D. Brooks, in 1793. My mother died November 8th 1812 in Jackson County, Tennessee.
Her children were:
---- JANE MERCER
---- SARAH BLOCKER
---- REBECCA DEMAX
---- MARY HUDSON
---- WINNIFRED CHAPEL
---- CATHERINE HARRIS
---- ARCHIBALD HARPER
This is all that I can recall concerning my relationship to the family of Alexander Boyd.
Given under my hand in Scott County, Arkansas, this 8th day of October, 1874.
Sworn to Louis L. Hymen, County Clerk of Scott County, Arkansas.
Helen Rugeley, Austin, Texas, 1965
Joab is found in the 1860 census of Mountain Township, Scott Co., Arkansas with the following children:
----5-1 JACOB W. BROOKS
----5-2 THOMAS B. BROOKS
----5-3 MARTHA BROOKS
5-1 JACOB W. BROOKS: born 1836, TN.
5-2 THOMAS B. BROOKS: born 1838, TN.
5-3 MARTHA BROOKS: born 1843, TN.
Children of Rebecca McKaughan (3) and John D. Brooks: JOAB (3), JANE MERCER, SARAH BLOCKER, REBECCA DEMAX, MARY HUDSON, WINNIFRED CHAPEL, CATHERINE HARRIS, ARCHIBALD HARPER.
4-2 JANE MERCER BROOKS: born abt. 1797 in Tennessee. Married JOHN JORDON SIMPSON in Tennessee, the son of William Simpson. He born abt 1789, Kentucky. They moved to the Dominion of Mexico (Texas) where they settled in Nacogdoches County. In the book " Nacogdoches County, Texas" by Murrie, it lists several wills of the family. It appears John J. Simpson became a man of considerable wealth and land. He died 13 June 1885 in Nacogdoches leaving 1 woman slave and all her children and other slaves not disposed of, the plantation known as "Oak Forest", all the horses, mules, cattle, hogs, farming equipment, household furniture and fixtures to his wife, Jane, to use during her lifetime. Equal division then made among children. John J. Jr., I negro man, a tract of 850 acres known as Jesse Walling Place on the east bank of Atascoa Creek on Stagecoach Road between Nacogdoches and San Austine. Agustus recieves one negro boy, $1,000 cash loaned on interest until he reaches the age of 21, also a saddle and bridle. These two boys to be kept in school and expenses paid by excr. Mary, Jane C., Emily and the two grandchildren: F.A. Raguet and E.A. Edwards have already recieved 1 negro woman each. All children to divide equally 1 tract of ca. 3850 A. in Van Zandt County, 2030 A. in survey in Woods County, in Nacogdoches County, all property known as "Plantation Hotel" and other lots, etc.
Jane Mercer Brooks Simpson died 2 June 1857, dividing her estate
among the five living children and the descendants of the deceased children. Many books on the early days of Nacogdoches County, Texas mentions Jane and John J. Simpson. They owned an inn. One tells of Jane hiding herself and her children in the corn field when John was away from home and there was an Indian raid. Their children:
----5-1 MARY BROOKS SIMPSON
----5-2 WILLIAM MERCER SIMPSON
----5-3 JOHN JORDON SIMPSON, JR.
----5-4 JANE CATHERINE SIMPSON
----5-5 VICTOR J. SIMPSON
----5-6 FRANCES ANN (FANNY) SIMPSON
----5-7 SARAH EMILY SIMPSON
----5-8 FLORENCE ROSALIE SIMPSON
----5-9 AUGUSTUS IRION SIMPSON
----5-10 ISAAC JEFFERSON SIMPSON
Again, from "Ancestrial Study of Four Families", by Emily Griffith Roberts:
5-1 MARY BROOKS SIMPSON: born 13 October 1818, Hardeman Co., TN. Died 3 April 1902, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins Co., TX. married (1) THOMAS Young BUFORD 23 December 1836, Nacogdoches Co., TX. He the son of Miles Buford and Catherine Young born 5 August 1814, Chester Co., SC. Died 23 August 1839, Nacogdoches Co., TX. Their Children:
----6-1 SUSAN JANE BUFORD
----6-2 MARY THOMAS BUFORD
MARY BROOKS SIMPSON married (2) CAPTAIN WILLIAM RAGSDALE BUFORD 17 June 1941, Nacogdoches Co., TX. He also the son of Miles Buford and Catherine Young, born 3 March 1818, South Carolina. Their Children:
----6-3 JOHN CHRISTOPHER BUFORD
----6-4 ELIZABETH CATHERINE BUFORD
6-1 SUSAN JANE BUFORD: abt 1837. Married WILLIAM THOMAS. Their Children:
----7-1 WILLIAM BUFORD THOMAS
----7-2 JOHN WESLEY THOMAS
----7-3 JAMES EDWARD THOMAS
----7-4 H. BASCOM THOMAS
----7-5 MACK TYRE THOMAS
----7-6 ENOCH MARVIN THOMAS
----7-7 HUBBARD HARRISON THOMAS
6-2 MARY THOMAS BUFORD: born 11 August 1839, Nacogdoches Co., TX. Married ROBERT B. EDWARDS. Their Children:
----7-1 MARY KATE EDWARDS
----7-2 FLORENCE EDWARDS
----7-3 LOTTIE EDWARDS
----7-4 KIT YOUNG EDWARDS
7-1 MARY KATE EDWARDS: born 27 August 1864, TX. Married Dr. WILLIAM W. WALLACE Abt. 1884, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). Their Child:
----8-1 MARY ANNIE WALLACE
8-1 MARY ANNIE WALLACE: born 1891, Abilene, Taylor Co., TX. Married ROLAND LEE HOWELL 22 December 1913.
7-2 FLORENCE EDWARDS: Married WILLIAM S. SWARN.
7-3 LOTTIE EDWARDS: Married H. W. MOORE.
7-4 KIT YOUNG EDWARDS: Married BLANCHE SAUERS.
6-3 JOHN CHRISTOPHER BUFORD: born TX, Married LIZZIE ASKEW. Their Children:
----7-1 WILLIAM ASKEW BUFORD
----7-2 JOE ED BUFORD
----7-3 SAM HAMIL BUFORD
----7-4 ROBERT BRITTON BUFORD
----7-5 MARY Z. BUFORD
7-1 WILLIAM ASKEW BUFORD: Married MINNIE WILLIAMS.
7-4 ROBERT BRITTON BUFORD: Married MARCELLES FOSSICK.
7-5 MARY Z. BUFORD: Married FAYE WOLFE.
6-4 ELIZABETH CATHERINE BUFORD: born TX, Married J. H. HARRISON.
5-2 WILLIAM MERCER SIMPSON: born abt 1820, married LETITIA BUFORD 5 October 1845, Nacogdoches Co., TX. She also the daughter of Miles Buford and Catherine Young, born 23 March 1812, died 26 October 1861. : no heirs.
5-3 JOHN JORDON SIMPSON JR.: born abt. 1823 unmarried.
5-4 JANE CAROLINE SIMPSON: born abt. 1825 married ALDREICH NELSON.
5-5 VICTOR J. SIMPSON: born abt 1829 married (1) HARRIET ARNOLD, (2) NANNIE GILKERSON.
5-6 FRANCES ANN (FANNY) SIMPSON: abt. 1831 married CONTE RAGUET.
5-7 SARAH ANN SIMPSON: abt. 1833 married BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN SUMMERFIELD GRIFFITH.
5-8 FLORENCE ROSALIE SIMPSON: abt 1835 married CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS D. EDWARDS.
5-9 AUGUSTUS IRION SIMPSON: abt 1839 married EMMA KYLE.
5-10 ISAAC JEFFERSON SIMPSON: abt 1841.
4-3 MARY HUDSON BROOKS: born abt. 1799, Tennessee. Married ELIJAH WILLIAMS.
4-4 WINNIFRED CHAPEL BROOKS: born abt. 1801, TN. Married EDWARD NATHANIAL BILLINGSLEY born 8 December 1801, Green Co., TN. He the son of Thomas Billingsley and Rebecca Crawford. Their Children:
----5-1 JOHN DENICKS BILLINGSLEY
----5-2 JAMES THOMAS BILLINGSLEY
----5-3 SARAH J. BILLINGSLEY
----5-4 AMANDA BILLINGSLEY
----5-5 SAMUEL EDWARD BILLINGSLEY
----5-7 ELIZABETH BILLINGSLEY
----5-8 SUSAN BILLINGSLEY
----5-9 AMARILLIS BILLINGSLEY
----5-10 WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY
5-1 JOHN DENICKS BILLINGSLEY: born 1820, Giles Co., TN, died 1893.
5-2 JAMES THOMAS BILLINGSLEY: born 1823, Carroll Co., TN. Married Amanda ______ born 1823. Their Children:
----6-1 ELIZABETH BILLINGSLEY
----6-2 SUSAN BILLINGSLEY
----6-3 EMMA BILLINGSLEY
----6-4 FLORENCE ROSALEE BILLINGSLEY
6-1 ELIZABETH BILLINGSLEY: born 1850.
6-2 SUSAN BILLINGSLEY: born 1852.
6-3 EMMA BILLINGSLEY: born 1853.
6-4 FLORENCE ROSALEE BILLINGSLEY: born 8 February 1855, Indian Territory. died 9 february 1938, Silverton, Briscoe Co., TX. Married JOAB W. BROOKS 17 September 1871, Bell Co., TX. He born 15 Noverber 1836, Carroll Co., TN, died 22 September 1908, Corpus Christi, Nueces Co., TX. Some genealogists speculate that this is Jacob W. Brooks, son of Joab Brooks (3). So far there is no proof either way. Children of Joab and Florence:
----7-1 GEORGE HARMON BROOKS
----7-2 AARON THOMAS BROOKS
----7-3 JOSEPH WINFIELD BROOKS
----7-4 DAVID PITMAN BROOKS
----7-5 CALEB SEWELL BROOKS
----7-6 SWEENEY LANE BROOKS
----7-7 BEAULAH MYRTLE BROOKS
----7-8 ANGIE AUREBA COMFORT BROOKS
----7-9 JESSIE BRYANT BROOKS
7-1 GEORGE HARMON BROOKS: born 22 December 1872, Bell Co., TX, died 21 March 1936, Willacy Co., TX. Married ONA MAE HANCOCK 19 June 1911. She born 13 October 1890, Ada, Pontotoc Co., Indian Territory, died January 1983, San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX. Both burried Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Their children:
----8-1 JOSEPH EBAN BROOKS
----8-2 WILSON FREEMAN BROOKS
----8-3 SAMUEL STEDHAM BROOKS
----8-4 BENTON BERNARD BROOKS
----8-5 NEMO NORRIS BROOKS
8-1 JOSEPH EBAN BROOKS: born 11 July 1912, Silverton, Briscoe Co., TX, died 3 February 2005, Bexar Co., TX. Married NINA ONER McELHANEY born 7 May 1913, Locust Grove, Mayes Co., OK, died December 1994, Natalia, Medina Co., TX. Their Children:
----9-1 NINA JOE BROOKS
----9-2 PAULA JEAN BROOKS
9-1 NINA JOE BROOKS: born 25 August 1940, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Married NORMAN W. JOHNSON 30 September 1961. He born 4 February 1937. Their Children:
----10-1 JOSEPH WESLEY JOHNSON
----10-2 DELINDA RENE JOHNSON
10-1 JOSEPH WESLEY JOHNSON: born 3 October 1962.
10-2 DELINDA RENE JOHNSON: born 6 June 1964.
9-2 PAULA JEAN BROOKS: born 29 May 1947, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Married JIMMY D. FOY 7 March 1970. He born 2 July 1944. Their Chlidren:
----10-1 TINA LYN FOY
----10-2 BRENNA GWEN FOY
10-1 TINA LYN FOY: born 21 September 1973.
10-2 BRENNA GWEN FOY: born 29 April 1975.
8-2 WILSON FREEMAN BROOKS: born 9 January 1914, Memphis Hall Co., TX, died 1 October 1971, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Married Goldie Leona Banks 4 November 1935. She born 17 January 1919, Pauls Valley, Garvin Co., OK. He buried Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Their children:
----9-1 DONNIE WAYNE BROOKS
----9-2 JERRY LEE BROOKS
----9-3 GEORGE DALTON BROOKS
----9-4 LINDA JANE BROOKS
----9-5 WILSON DALE BROOKS
9-1 DONNIE WAYNE BROOKS: born January 1936, died February 1936. born, died, burried Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX.
9-2 JERRY LEE BROOKS: born 24 July 1938, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Married (1) AVIS SHYRLE GRISHAM 24 June 1960. She born 12 February 1938. Their Children:
----10-1 LISA KAY BROOKS
----10-2 BRAD LEE BROOKS
10-1 LISA KAY BROOKS: born 23 Noverber 1961.
10-2 BRAD LEE BROOKS: born 20 January 1966.
9-3 GEORGE DALTON BROOKS: born 15 January 1942, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Married PENELOPE JILL BARTELLI 29 January 1961. She born 27 November 1937. Their Children:
----10-1 GREGORY DALTON BROOKS
----10-2 VALARIE MYCHELLE BROOKS
10-1 GREGORY DALTON BROOKS: born 16 September 1961.
10-2 VALARIE MYCHELLE BROOKS: born 11 January 1963.
9-4 LINDA JANE BROOKS: born 12 April 1949. Married LEE THOMAS SMITH 21 December 1968, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Their Children:
----10-1 WILSON LEE SMITH
----10-2 LINDA LEE SMITH
----10-3 LANE THOMAS SMITH
10-1 WILSON LEE SMITH: born 17 December 1969.
10-2 LINDA LEE SMITH: born 11 November 1970.
10-3 LANE THOMAS SMITH: born 19 February 1975.
9-5 WILSON DALE BROOKS: married CHERIE ANN VESS 19 August 1978, Fort Worth, Tarrent Co., TX. She born 21 May 1957. Their Children:
----10-1 EVELYN LEIGH BROOKS
----10-2 ELLEN ASHLEY BROOKS
----10-3 WILSON TAYLOR BROOKS
10-1 EVELYN LEIGH BROOKS: born 18 January 1980.
10-2 ELLEN ASHLEY BROOKS: born 31 July 1984.
10-3 WILSON TAYLOR BROOKS: born 7 August 1986.
8-3 SAMUEL STEDHAM BROOKS: born 15 August 1916, Memphis, Hall Co., TX, died 5 September 1979, San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX. Married RUBY DARE FERGURSON 1935. She born 6 October 1916, Judsonia, White Co., AR. Their Children:
----9-1 PEGGY JEAN BROOKS
----9-2 JACK FREEMAN BROOKS
9-1 PEGGY JEAN BROOKS: born 9 March 1935. Married R. J. King. Their Child:
----10-1 KAREN KAY KING born 4 November 1956.
9-2 JACK FREEMAN BROOKS: born 18 December 1937, Raymondville, Willacy Co., TX. Married VERA NELL JENKINS 31 March 1957. She born 28 October 1937. Their Children:
----10-1 SAMUEL WAYNE BROOKS
----10-2 BRIAN JAY BROOKS
----10-3 VICKI LYNN BROOKS
10-1 SAMUEL WAYNE BROOKS: born 2 November 1957.
10-2 BRIAN JAY BROOKS: born 15 May 1961.
10-3 VICKI LYNN BROOKS: born 17 December 1962.
8-4 BENTON BERNARD BROOKS: born 19 September 1917, Post City, Garza Co., TX, died 24 July 1984, Corpus Christi, Nueces Co., TX. Married IRENE WILSHER 7 January 1939, Edinburg, Hidalgo Co., TX. She born 23 November 1922, Pauls Valley, Garvin Co., OK. Their Children:
----9-1 BENTON BERNARD BROOKS, Jr.
----9-2 GEORGEIA DARLEND BROOKS
----9-3 JOHNNY NORRIS BROOKS
----9-4 BRENDA IRENE BROOKS
9-1 BENTON BERNARD BROOKS, Jr.: born 3 October 1939, died 30 Jan 1984.
9-2 GEORGEIA DARLEND BROOKS: born 27 August 1942.
9-3 JOHNNY NORRIS BROOKS: born 28 September 1943.
9-4 BRENDA IRENE BROOKS: born 9 June 1945.
8-5 NEMO NORRIS BROOKS: born 8 March 1923, Lakeview, Hall Co., TX, died 28 August 1983, Hargill, Hidalgo Co., TX. Married DORIS JEAN BRITTON born 14 December 1926, Young Co., TX, died February 1989. Their Children:
----9-1 GEORGE HARMON BROOKS
----9-2 DARLA JEAN BROOKS
----9-3 DENNA LYNN BROOKS
9-1 GEORGE HARMON BROOKS: born 9 September 1950.
9-2 DARLA JEAN BROOKS: born 3 December 1952.
9-3 DENNA LYNN BROOKS: born 9 December 1957.
7-2 AARON THOMAS (BUD) BROOKS: born 30 October 1876, Bell Co., TX, died 31 March 1949, Briscoe Co., TX. Married Mary Eva Askey 3 May 1896, Briscoe Co., TX. She died 29 May 1961. Their Children:
----8-1 O. L. BROOKS
----8-2 WILLLIAM EMMETT BROOKS
----8-3 ALVAH NELSON BROOKS
----8-4 WILFORD HOUSTON BROOKS
----8-5 JOSEPH BROOKS
----8-6 EVA MARIE BROOKS
----8-7 AARON THOMAS BROOKS, Jr.
----8-8 LILLIAN INEZ BROOKS
----8-9 GLEN LINDSEY BROOKS
----8-10 HELEN LOUISE BROOKS
8-1 O. L. BROOKS: born 6 June 1897, died 27 October 1930. Married BULAH HILL. She died 1931. Their Children:
----9-1 LEROY BROOKS
----9-2 LILLY B. BROOKS
----9-3 ROBERT BROOKS
9-1 LEROY BROOKS: His Children:
----10-1 DEVIN BROOKS
----10-2 BARBARA LEE BROOKS
----10-3 LINDA BROOKS
9-2 LILLY B. BROOKS: married FLOYD WHITNEY. Their Children:
----10-1 MICHELLE WHITNEY
----10-2 MIKE WHITNEY
9-3 ROBERT BROOKS: His Children:
----10-1 BOBBY LEE BROOKS
----10-2 WAYNE BROOKS
----10-3 RICKEY BROOKS
----10-4 RANDY BROOKS
8-2 WILLLIAM EMMETT BROOKS: born 30 October 1899. Married LEONA RIDELL. Their Children:
----9-1 THOMAS THEODORE BROOKS
----9-2 NANCY JANE BROOKS
9-1 THOMAS THEODORE BROOKS: married ESTER ______. Their Children:
----10-1 STEPHEN BROOKS
----10-2 PHILLIP BROOKS
----10-3 MARK BROOKS
9-2 NANCY JANE BROOKS: married SAM LUSK. Their Child:
----10-1 CHRISTI LUSK
8-3 ALVAH NELSON (STUMP) BROOKS: 4 August 1903, died 2 June 1969.
8-4 WILFORD HOUSTON (KNOTS) BROOKS: born 7 December 1905, died January 1984, Silverton, Briscoe Co., TX. Married MADGIE MAE LEE. Their Children:
----9-1 WILFORD MAE BROOKS
----9-2 JUNIOR BROOKS
9-1 WILFORD MAE BROOKS: married ROY ALBERT THOMAS. Their Children:
----10-1 ROY ALBERT THOMAS, Jr.
----10-2 SUE THOMAS
----10-3 PATTY THOMAS
9-2 JUNIOR BROOKS: married PAULA _____. Their Children:
----10-1 KRIS BROOKS
----10-2 MARK BROOKS
----10-3 ROSELYN BROOKS
----10-4 LOREE BROOKS
----10-5 JIMMY BROOKS
----10-6 KATHERINE BROOKS
10-4 LOREE BROOKS: married DALE WYLIE. Their Children:
----11-1 SCOTT WYLIE
----11-2 LANCE WYLIE
----11-3 SHAWN WYLIE
10-5 JIMMY BROOKS: married MARY ANN ______. Their Children:
----11-1 LOREE BROOKS
----11-2 LEE ANN BROOKS
8-5 JOSEPH BROOKS: Born 6 December 1908, died 1985. Married RHEA HORRID. Their Children:
----9-1 HUBERT BROOKS
----9-2 JOE WAYNE BROOKS
9-1 HUBERT BROOKS: married VINNE WOOD. Their Children:
----10-1 DANNY WAYNE BROOKS
----10-2 DIANA BROOKS
----10-3 LINDA BROOKS
9-2 JOE WAYNE BROOKS: married DONNA JEAN MAYFIELD. She died 1967. Their Children:
----10-1 MARK WAYNE BROOKS
----10-2 KELLY BROOKS
10-2 KELLY BROOKS: married PAT ROBERTS. Their Children:
----11-1 RHEA LYNN ROBERTS
8-6 EVA MARIE BROOKS: born April 1911, married ALVIN THOMAS McCUTCHEN. Their Children:
----9-1 GERALDINE McCUTCHEN
----9-2 JOE THOMAS McCUTCHEN
----9-3 RONALD RAY McCUTCHEN
----9-4 KATHERINE McCUTCHEN
----9-5 ROSE MARIE McCUTCHEN
----9-6 ALVAH DEE McCUTCHEN
----9-7 CALVIN WALLACE McCUTCHEN
8-7 AARON THOMAS BROOKS, Jr.: born 5 December 1913, died January 1973. Married MILDRED WESLEY. Their Children:
----9-1 MARY FERN BROOKS
----9-2 JAMES EDWARD BROOKS
----9-3 JOYCE BROOKS
----9-4 ROY LYNN BROOKS
9-1 MARY FERN BROOKS: married CARL MINYARD. Their Children:
----10-1 MELISSA KARLENE MINYARD
----10-2 AMY LYNN MINYARD
9-2 JAMES EDWARD BROOKS: married JANINNE PIGG. Their Child:
----10-1 JOSH BROOKS
9-3 JOYCE BROOKS: married RONNIE DREWRY. Their Child:
----10-1 TAMMY JOYCE DREWRY
8-8 LILLIAN INEZ BROOKS: BORN 22 December 1916. Married (1) GERALD SMITH. Their Child:
----9-1 DONALD ROY SMITH
LILLIAN INEZ BROOKS married (2) GLEN R. LINDSEY
9-1 DONALD ROY SMITH: married BETTY GRAVES. Their Children:
----10-1 TRACY REED SMITH
----10-2 DONNA KAY SMITH
8-10 HELEN LOUISE BROOKS: born 27 November 1920, died 1941.
7-3 JOSEPH WINFIELD BROOKS: born Noverber 1877, San Angelo, Tom Green Co., TX, died 13 September 1913, Briscoe Co., TX. Married Clara Ada Morrow 3 January 1909. She born 1 January 1889, died 9 February 1955. Their Children:
----8-1 OPAL AVARILLA BROOKS
----8-2 ROTHA LEE BROOKS
----8-3 TALBERT WALKER BROOKS
8-1 OPAL AVARILLA BROOKS: born 26 September 1909, Giles, Donley Co., TX, died 12 March 1979, Orange, Orange Co., CA. Married ARTHUR HARLOD RUE. He born 4 June 1902, Smithfield, Jasper Co., MO, died 9 December 1973, Westland, Wayne Co.,MI. Their Children:
----9-1 JACQUELINE RUE
----9-2 WILLIAM ARTHUR RUE
----9-3 JAMES ALPHUS RUE
----9-4 CLYDE BIEBER RUE
----9-5 ROBERT NELSON RUE
9-1 JACQUELINE RUE: born 22 July 1928, Tucumcari, Quay Co., NM, died 4 January 1929, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS.
9-2 WILLIAM ARTHUR RUE: born, August 1930, married BEVERLY ANN ROOT. Their Children:
----10-1 KAREN ANN RUE
----10-2 BILL RUE
----10-3 AMY LEE RUE
----10-4 DOUG RUE
9-3 JAMES ALPHUS RUE: born 1932, married (1) ROSALIND RUDA. Their Children:
----10-1 JUSTIN ARTHUR RUE
----10-2 ROBIN ROSE RUE
JAMES ALPHUS RUE married (2) GRACE ELIZABETH JASMINE. Their Child:
----10-3 SUMMER JASMINE RUE
9-4 CLYDE BIEBER RUE: born 2 August 1934, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, died 24 October 1993, Milanville, Wayne Co., PA. Married BERNETTE ANN WOLDIN. Their Children:
----10-1 THOMAS SCOTT RUE
----10-2 DAVID LAWRENCE RUE
----10-3 JOHN DOUGLAS RUE
----10-4 ELLA MARIE RUE
10-1 THOMAS SCOTT RUE: married CARMEN BETSABE HERNANDEZ. Their children:
----11-1 JANESA EUGENIA RUE
----11-2 CAROLINA PETRONA RUE
----11-3 EDDIE CARLOS RUE
10-2 DAVID LAWRENCE RUE: married KATHLEEN O'LEARY. 24 June 1960. Their Child:
----11-1 DAVID LAWRENCE RUE, Jr.
10-3 JOHN DOUGLAS RUE: married NINA JOAN ASRICAN.
10-4 ELLA MARIE RUE: married ROBERT TODD EYET. Their Children:
----11-1 JUSTIN ROBERT EYET
----11-2 KAITLYN ANN EYET
9-5 ROBERT NELSON RUE: married (1) LUANE JOYCE LANGE. Their Children:
----10-1 LISA RENEE RUE
----10-2 MELINDA DENISE RUE
----10-3 RANDALL GORDON RUE
----10-4 KRISTA MARIE RUE
ROBERT NELSON RUE married (2) DONNA COLBAUGH.
ROBERT NELSON RUE married (3) CONNIE GAIL SNOWDEN. Children from previous marriage:
----10-5 GRORGE ALAN SNOWDEN
----10-6 JULIE ANNE SNOWDEN
10-2 MELINDA DENISE RUE: married ______ BATES. Their Children:
----11-1 DEREK MICHAEL RUE
----11-1 CARTER WILLIAM RUE
10-4 KRISTA MARIE RUE: married (1) TIMOTHY JAY BENTLEY, (2) MARK MINGO.
8-2 ROTHA LEE BROOKS: born 10 August 1911, Turkey, Hall Co., TX, married DAVID KERLIN ABBOTT 29 June 1933.
8-3 TALBERT WALKER BROOKS: born 13 March 1914, Turkey, Hall Co., TX, died 28 May 1965. Married GOLDIE LEE POTTER 30 March 1934
7-4 DAVID PITMAN BROOKS: born 19 December 1980, Bell Co., TX, died 29 February 1952. Married IDA LEE HOUSE born 3 March 1885, died 24 June 1938. Their Children:
----8-1 ETHEL MARIE BROOKS
----8-2 BEULAH MAE BROOKS
----8-3 JOSEPH EASTLAND BROOKS
----8-4 JOHN FARRIS BROOKS
----8-5 DAVID RAY (JACK) BROOKS
----8-6 WILFORD LAVERNE BROOKS
8-1 ETHEL MARIE BROOKS: born 20 February 1906, Floyada, Floyd Co., TX, died 6 January 1981. Married (1)LEONARD MURDOCK, October 1929. He born 20 April 1894, died 1958. Their Child:
----9-1 JO MURDOCK
ETHEL MARIE BROOKS married (2) CHARLES NOBLE HARDY
9-1 JO MURDOCK: born 5 July 1930, Temple, Bell Co., TX, married (1) RICHARD DEAN BRANNON, 1947. Their Children:
----10-1 STEVEN MICHAEL BRANNON
----10-2 JOE DEAN BRANNON
----10-3 DAVID RICHARD BRANNON
JO MURDOCK married (2) DONALD F. DRAKE 1966. Child from previous marriage:
----10-4 SHARON LORRAINE DRAKE
10-1 STEVEN MICHAEL BRANNON: born 11 November 1947.
10-2 JOE DEAN BRANNON: born 6 February 1950.
10-3 DAVID RICHARD BRANNON: born 16 September 1952.
10-4 SHARON LORRAINE DRAKE: born 10 August 1962.
8-2 BEULAH MAE BROOKS: born and died December 1906, stillborn.
8-3 JOSEPH EASTLAND BROOKS: born and died 1909, lived one day.
8-5 DAVID RAY (JACK) BROOKS: born 26 December 1916, died 5 February 1917.
7-5 CALEB SEWELL BROOKS: born 2 January 1884, Hamilton Co., TX. Married IVY TEMPLE JOHNSON 8 February 1907. She born 22 May 1891, daughter of George R. Johnson and Ellen Salome Lavenia Underwood. Ivy died 10 November 1982, Borger, Hutchinson Co., TX.. He died 11 September 1983, Borger, TX. Their Children:
----8-1 ROVINA BROOKS
----8-2 BEULAH VIOLET BROOKS
----8-3 NORMA AREBA BROOKS
----8-4 ANNA BLANCHE BROOKS
----8-5 STEVE ALVA BROOKS
----8-6 McELROY CALEB BROOKS
----8-7 IVY BERNICE BROOKS
8-1 IVY BERNICE BROOKS: born 26 July 1910, died 12 October 1976. Married WALLER H. FOSTER 4 September 1926. He died 3 June 1984. Their Children:
----9-1 NINA JEAN FOSTER
----9-2 WALLER H. FOSTER, Jr.
----9-3 JOHNNY DEAN FOSTER
----9-4 GLEN BROOKS FOSTER
----9-5 JOYCE LEE FOSTER
----9-6 LOYD WAYNE FOSTER
9-1 NINA JEAN FOSTER: born 3 June 1927, married BERNIE M. GREGORY 27 March 1946.
9-2 WALLER H. FOSTER, Jr.: born 9 September 1930.
9-3 JOHNNY DEAN FOSTER: born 2 March 1931, married MARIE DUKE.
9-4 GLEN BROOKS FOSTER: born 21 January 1934.
9-5 JOHNNY DEAN FOSTER: born 13 February 1936, married TOMMY MONK IN 1953.
9-6 LOYD WAYNE FOSTER: born 3 December 1942.
8-2 WALLER H. FOSTER, Jr.: born 22 September 1912, died 3 April 1991. Married DEE OVERLEY 24 December 1933. Their Child:
----9-1 JANET YVONNE OVERLEY
9-1 JANET YVONNE OVERLEY: born 26 February 1935, married RALPH DEEMS 1958.
8-3 NORMA AREBA BROOKS: born 11 September 1914, married ISAAC COWELL 12 March 1931. Their Children:
----9-1 AARON DALE COWELL
----9-2 STEVE DALTON COWELL
9-1 AARON DALE COWELL: born 30 March 1934, married LOTUS LOVE 26 August 1956
9-2 STEVE DALTON COWELL: born 3 November 1936, died 4 January 1993.
8-4 ANNA BLANCHE BROOKS: born 22 April 1917, married (1) BUDDY VICTORY 31 December 1934. Their Child:
----9-1 KAY DENE VICTORY TIPTON
9-1 KAY DENE VICTORY TIPTON: married (1) LAVERT TAYLOR 16 September 1951. Their Children:
----10-1 WARREN DeWAYNE TAYLOR
----10-2 ROGER DAVID TAYLOR
----10-3 CHRISTOPHER DELL TAYLOR
----10-4 DEBRA KAY TAYLOR
KAY DENE TIPTON married (2) Dr. WILLIAM LOYD MINTON, (3) JOHN WESLEY DAVIS.
10-1 WARREN DeWAYNE TAYLOR: born 18 February 1952 married RAYLENE RUTH LONDON.
10-2 ROGER DAVID TAYLOR: born 14 March 1953 married (1) SUSIE HAWKINS, (2) GINA HINSON.
10-3 CHRISTOPHER DELL TAYLOR: born 11 December 1956 married JEAN ANN SPEAKE.
10-4 DEBRA KAY TAYLOR: born 23 February 1959 married (1) TED ______, (2) MITCHELL TURNER.
7-6 SWEENEY LANE BROOKS: born 7 July 1886, Hamilton Co., TX, died 22 November 1974.
7-7 BEAULAH MYRTLE BROOKS: born 16 August 1889, Hamilton Co., TX, died 21 July 1981, near San Diego, San Diego Co., CA. Married FELLUS MANNING SUTTON 27 December 1910. Their Child:
----8-1 JOE FRANK SUTTON
7-8 ANGIE AUREBA COMFORT BROOKS: born 15 November 1892, married JOHN WESLEY POE 3 January 1916. Their Children:
----8-1 JOE WESLEY POE
----8-2 SAMMIE BRUCE POE
----8-3 JOHN WESLEY POE, Jr.
----8-4 ARNOLD BROOKS POE
----8-5 JESSIE DARRELL POE
----8-6 DALE EUGENE POE
7-9 JESSIE BRYANT BROOKS: born 12 October 1894, Briscoe Co., TX, died 12 February 1988. Married ANGOLEATTE MELISSA CLAUNCH 18 October 1921. Their Children:
----8-1 CORRINE AUREBA BROOKS
----8-2 TROY NORMAN BROOKS
----8-3 ANNA JO BROOKS
----8-4 JESSIE BRYANT BROOKS, Jr.
----8-5 WALTER JACOB BROOKS
8-1 CORRINE AUREBA BROOKS: born 10 November 1923, Silverton, Briscoe Co., TX, died 2 October 1970, Hollis, Harmon Co., OK. Married HERSCHAL VAUGHN 22 April 1941. Their Children:
----9-1 CLEA VAUGHN
----9-2 DEBRA VAUGHN
----9-3 DONNA VAUGHN
----9-4 LARRY VAUGHN
8-2 TROY NORMAN BROOKS: born 17 June 1925, Silverton, Briscoe Co., TX. Married JOE NELL BLOOD 27 May 1946, Portales, Roosevelt Co., NM. Their Children:
----9-1 TERRY JOE BROOKS
----9-2 RUSSELL BRYANT BROOKS
9-1 TERRY JOE BROOKS: born 19 November 1947, married Monique ______.
9-2 RUSSELL BRYANT BROOKS: born 18 November 1950.
8-3 ANNA JO BROOKS: born 10 September 1927, Silverton, Briscoe Co., TX. Married (1) HARRY CHAMBERLAND. Their Children:
----9-1 VICKEI JO CHAMBERLAND
----9-2 JOHNNY BRYANT CHAMBERLAND
----9-3 JANIS SUE CHAMBERLAND
----9-4 GAYLA ANN CHAMBERLAND
9-1 VICKEI JO CHAMBERLAND: born 22 February 1948, Clovis, Curry Co., NM. Married ROBERT LEE BOONE 22 July 1967.
9-2 JOHNNY BRYANT CHAMBERLAND: born 22 August 1952, Melrose, Curry Co., NM.
9-3 JANIS SUE CHAMBERLAND: born 26 February 1954 married W. LES WATSON.
9-4 GAYLA ANN CHAMBERLAND: born 2 January 1956, married THOMAS E. HUBBLE.
8-4 JESSIE BRYANT BROOKS, Jr.: born 8 October 1931, Tucumcari, Quay Co., NM, died 17 June 1967. Married ENOLA G. HALL born 7 December 1931, died 17 June 1967. Their Children:
----9-1 DIANE BROOKS
----9-2 YVONNE RENEE BROOKS
----9-3 RONDA JO BROOKS
9-1 DIANE BROOKS: born 1947, married MIKE POINTS.
9-2 YVONNE RENEE: BROOKS born 23 September 1954, married MIKE THOMAS.
9-3 RONDA JO BROOKS: born 31 August 1957, married RANDY FRENCH.
8-5 WALTER JACOB BROOKS: born 4 March 1934, Roy, Harding Co., NM. Married BILLIE ANN WESTON. Their Children:
----9-1 JAYE LYNN BROOKS
----9-2 BENNIE ROBIN BROOKS
----9-3 LA GLENA BROOKS
----9-4 WALTER JACOB BROOKS, Jr.
5-3 SARAH J. BILLINGSLEY: born 1825.
5-4 AMANDA BILLINGSLEY: born 1829.
5-5 SAMUEL EDWARD BILLINGSLEY: born 1830.
5-6 GRANVILLEBILLINGSLEY: born 1833.
5-7 ELIZABETH BILLINGSLEY: born 1835.
5-8 SUSAN BILLINGSLEY: born 1838. Married LEVI FRENCH
5-9 AMARILLIS BILLINGSLEY: born 1840.
5-10 WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY: born 1842.
4-5 ARCHIBALD HARPER BROOKS: born 12 January 1803, Randolph Co. NC. died 1870, Chambersburg, Pike Co. IL. Married (1) LUCINDA LOCKHART SANDERS before 1828, McMinnville, Warren Co. TN. She, the daughter of James Sanders and Christianna Hogan. born 28 December 1811, Hopkinsville, Christian Co. KY. and died about 1846, Chambersburg, IL. Their children:
----5-1 JOHN D. BROOKS
----5-2 JAMES SANDERS BROOKS
----5-3 JOAB W. BROOKS (4)
----5-4 ELLEN BROOKS
----5-5 ELIZABETH J. BROOKS
----5-6 LOUISE EMELINE BROOKS
----5-7 MIRABIN (MERIBETH) BROOKS
----5-8 WILLIAM P. BROOKS
ARCHIBALD HARPER BROOKS married (2) SOPHIA SUTLIFF. She is buried in Chambersburg. Their child:
----5-9 ARCHIBALD NEWTON BROOKS
5-1 JOHN D. BROOKS: born about 1829 in TN. died 19 March 1862, Chambersburg, Pike Co., IL. Married ELIZABETH HUME 1861 in Pike Co. IL. She born 25 September 1823. died 6 May 1905, Chambersburg. Burial Hume Cemetery, Chambersburg.
5-2 JAMES SANDERS BROOKS: born 20 September 1930, Carroll Co., TN. died 16 April 1922, Whitehall, Green Co. IL. He was a grocer in Whitehall. Married CAROLINE VIRGINIA RENO 14 July 1857, Whitehall. She born 10 April 1839, Whitehall and died 12 January 1914, Whitehall. Their children:
----6-1 FREDRICK AARON BROOKS
----6-2 JAMES OTIS BROOKS
----6-3 J. ALBERT BROOKS
----6-4 EMMA BELLE BROOKS
----6-5 MARY ELLEN BROOKS
----6-6 LUCY S. BROOKS
----6-7 CARRICO H. BROOKS
----6-8 FRANK BROOKS
----6-9 ASBURY D. BROOKS
6-1 FREDRICK AARON BROOKS: born 24 May 1858, Whitehall, IL. Married (1) HATTIE ELIZA NEWIN, born 27 November 1862, died 19 December 1918, Arlington, Reno Co. KS. Buried White Hall Cemetery, Whitehall, IL. He was a railroad Station Master in Arlington. Married (2) EVA TETER BESTIN 5 January 1923, Whitehall, IL.
6-2 JAMES OTIS BROOKS: born September 1859, Ehitehall, IL. died 1941, Whitehall, buried in the White Hall Cemetery. Married ELECTRA LENORA BERRY 13 February 1889, Scott Co. IL. She, the daughter of Alexanser Berry and Elizabeth Violet, born 28 January 1865, Merrit, IL. died 5 June 1927, Whitehall. Their children:
----7-1 CARRIE E. BROOKS
----7-2 HARRY OTIS BROOKS
6-3 J. ALBERT BROOKS: born 1861, Whitehall, Green Co. IL. died in St. Louis, MO.
6-4 EMMA BELLE BROOKS: born September 1863, Whitehall, IL. died 1953, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. buried Inman Cemetery. MArried JOHN STEPHEN GRAVES 24 October 1889, McPherson, KS. the son of William Graves and Martha Wright, born 31 October 1861, Labelle Co. MO. died 1915, Inman. Their children:
----7-1 LEONA SANDERS GRAVES
----7-2 BROOKS WALLACE GRAVES
----7-3 CHARLES WRIGHT GRAVES
----7-4 DWIGHT R. GRAVES
7-1 LEONA SANDERS GRAVES: born October 1891, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. She was a teacher.
7-2 BROOKS WALLACE GRAVES: born 4 March 1893, Inman, McPherson Co; KS. died July 1987, Hutchinson, Reno Co. KS. Married FLORENCE EMMA TUXHORN 22 July 1916, Inman, the daughter of Leo Tuxhorn and Ida Achilles. born 3 July 1894, Inman, died 27 April 1983, Hutchinson. Their children:
----8-1 HELEN GRAVES
----8-2 LEO SAUNDERS GRAVES
----8-3 ILDA JANE GRAVES
----8-4 ROBERT STEPHEN GRAVES
8-1 HELEN GRAVES: born 11 May 1917, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. Married CLAUDE STEPHEN AYERS, born 1916, died 1957, Inman.
8-2 LEO SAUNDERS GRAVES: born 19 October 1919, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. Married (1) DELORES CECELLA BEBENEK, 1944, Oakland, Alemeda Co. CA. She born 5 June 1925, Chicago, Cook Co. IL. He married (2) MARIE _____, 1985, McPherson, KS.
8-3 ILDA JANE GRAVES: born 13 September 1921, Inman, KS. Married HAROLD FRIES, McPherson, KS. In 2000, their residence was McPherson.
8-4 ROBERT STEPHEN GRAVES: born February 1923, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. Married MARY WHITE.
7-3 CHARLES WRIGHT GRAVES: born 26 July 1896, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. died 9 August 1960, Inman, buried Inman Cemetery. Residence in 1920, El Dorado, KS.
7-4 DWIGHT R. GRAVES: born 10 October 1897, Inman, McPherson Co. KS. died 6 November 1970, Wichita, KS. buried Inman Cemetery. He was a clerk.
6-5MARY ELLEN BROOKS: born 1865, Whitehall, Green Co. IL. Married C. J. CHAPMAN. Residence in 1922, Corona, California.
6-6 LUCY S. BROOKS: born 1858, Whitehall, Green Co. IL. married JAMES V. NEVIUS. Residence 1914, Tucson, AZ.
6-7 CARRISCO H. BROOKS: born 1870, Whitehall, IL. died 16 March 1897, Whitehall, buried White Hall Cemetery.
6-8 FRANK BROOKS: born 1872, Whitehall, Green Co. IL. died in Whitehall.
6-9 ASBURY D. BROOKS: Married FRANCES _____. Residence 1910, Auburn, Sangaman Co. IL. Their children:
----7-1 RALPH BROOKS
----7-2 RAY BROOKS
----7-3 VACIL BROOKS
----7-4 SON BROOKS
5-3 JOAB W. BROOKS (4): born 22 November 1832, Chambersburg, Pike Co., IL. died 3 January 1916. Chambersburg. Married ELIZABETH HUME BROOKS 12 July 1862, Pike Co. IL. Their children:
----6-1 FLORA BROOKS
----6-2 AUSTIN C. BROOKS
----6-3 ORAL MARGARET BROOKS
----6-4 LUCY ORPHA BROOKS
----6-5 DELLA J. BROOKS
----6-6 CHARLES E. BROOKS
6-1 FLORA BROOKS:
6-2 AUSTIN C. BROOKS: born 1863, Chambersburg, IL. died about 1882.
6-3 ORAL MARGARET BROOKS: born 1863, Chambersburg, IL.
6-4 LUCY ORPHA BROOKS: born 15 May 1866, Chambersburg, IL. died 1953, married EDMUND BURKE TOLBERT 21 August 1885, Morgan Co. IL. He, the son of Tynus Tolbert and Nancy Taff, born 15 May 1959, Salude Township, IN, died 1943. He was a farmer. Their child:
----7-1 CARL BROOKS TOLBERT
7-1 CARL BROOKS TOLBERT: born 24 July 1892, Chambersburg, Green Co. IL. died 20 October 1954, Chambersburg. Married GRACE MAY HARPER 13 November 1912, Hersman, Pike Co. IL. daughter of Stephen Harper and Ruth Gallagher, born 4 September 1891, Hersman, died 29 March 1962, Chambersburg, IL buried Hume Cemetery, Chambersburg, Their child:
----8-1 CARL BROOKS TOLBERT
8-1 CARL BROOKS TOLBERT (2): born 3 October 1913, Hersman, Pike Co. IL. died 29 March 1991, Kewnee, Henry Co. IL. Married LOIS MAXINE CARDY 2 July 1936, Griggsville, Pike Co. IL. the daughter of Gray Cardy and Vada McCully, born 26 August 1914, Manchester, Iowa. Their child:
----9-1 CARLA SUE TOLBERT
9-1 CARLA SUE TOLBERT: born 11 November 1948, Qunicy, IL. married (1) CARL COOK 12 June 1969, Peoria, IL. He born 28 December 1947, Bloomington, IL. She married (2) DENNIS SCHEMMEL may 1988, Poke Co. Iowa, She is a lawyer.
6-5 DELLA J. BROOKS: born 1868, Chambersburg, IL. married LEONARD BOONE ELLEDGE 23 January 1890, Griggsville, Pike Co. IL. he born 17 November 1866.
6-6 CHARLES E. BROOKS: born 1873, Chambersburg, IL.
Children of Archibald Harper Brooks and Lucinda Lockhart Sanders: JOHN D., JAMES SANDERS, JOAB W (4), ELLEN, ELIZABETH J., LOUISE EMELINE, MIRABIN (MERIBETH), WILLIAM P.
5-4 ELLEN BROOKS: born 1833, Chambersburg, IL.
5-5 ELIZABETH J. BROOKS: born about 1835, Pike Co. IL.
5-6 LOUISE EMELINE BROOKS: born about 1838, Pike Co. IL. Married ELIJAH STANFIELD 23 December 1857, Pike Co/ IL. Their child:
----6-1 OLIVE P. STANFIELD
6-1 OLIVE P. STANFIELD: born 1859, Pike Co. IL.
5-7 MIRABIN (MIRABETH) BROOKS: born about 1840, Pike Co. IL.
5-8 WILLIAM P. BROOKS: born about 1845, Chambersburg, IL. died 13 August 1879, Hadley, Pike Co. IL.
Child of Archibald Harper Brooks and Sophia Sutliff: ARCHIBALD NEWTON.
5-9 ARCHIBALD NEWTON BROOKS: born Pike Co. IL. died 14 April 1923, Perry, IL. buried McCord Cemetery, Perry. MArried MARY EMMA REMINGTON 11 September 1872, Pike Co. IL. born 28 November 1854, Chambersburg, IL. died 18 October 1940, Pike Co. IL. Their children:
----6-1 MYRTLE BROOKS
----6-2 LOIS BROOKS
----6-3 ORSON BROOKS
----6-4 JAMES S. BROOKS
----6-5 JOSEPH E. BROOKS
----6-6 VIOLA BROOKS
----6-7 ARCHIBALD JEWEL BROOKS
6-1 MYRTLE BROOKS:
6-2 LOIS BROOKS:
6-3 ORSON BROOKS: born 1873, Perry, Pike Co. IL. married ANNA BERRY 21 February 1895, Pike Co.
6-4 JAMES S. BROOKS: born 1875, Perry, Pike Co. IL.
6-5 JOSEPH E. BROOKS: born 13 December 1878, Perry, Pike Co. IL.
6-6 VIOLET BROOKS: born 1886, Perry, Pike Co. IL.
6-7 ARCHIBALD JEWEL BROOKS: born 28 December 1891, Pike Co. IL. died 19 December 1974, Perry, IL. married ETHEL GERALDINE POOL 28 December 1912, Griggsville, IL. She born 2 October 1894, Pike Co. IL.
Archibald Harper Brooks line supplied by:
Kate Cook, 2000
information given to her by:
1820 Warren Co. TN. census
1830 Carrol Co. TN. census
1850 Carrol Co. TN. census
1860 Pike Co. IL. census
1870 Pike Co. IL. census
1880 Pike Co. IL census
1920 Pike Co. IL. census
4-6 SARAH BLOCKER BROOKS: abt. 1803, Tennessee. Married _____ HOYAN (HOGAN?)
4-7 CATHERINE HARRIS BROOKS: abt 1805, Tennessee, died 1840, Alexander Co., IL. Married JOHN CRAWFORD BILLINGSLEY, Giles Co., TN, son of Thomas Billingsley and Rebecca Crawford. He born 7 October 1807, Green Co., TN, died 25 January 1871, Sevier Co., AR. Their Children:
----5-1 THOMAS JEROME BILLINGSLEY
----5-2 JOHN E. BILLINGSLEY
----5-3 JESSE GRANDISON BILLINGSLEY
----5-4 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS BILLINGSLEY
----5-5 SARAH JANE BILLINGSLEY
5-1 THOMAS JEROME BILLINGSLEY: born December 1830, Carroll Co., TN, died 1907. Married MARY JANE ANDERSON 25 December 1853, Sevier Co., AR. She born abt. 1838, died 1866/1869, Little River Co., AR.
5-2 JOHN E. BILLINGSLEY: born 1832, Carroll Co., TN, died 7 December 1862. Married Sarah Finch born abt. 1834, Arkansas. Their Children:
----6-1 COLUMBUS ELIOTT BILLINGSLEY
----6-2 MARTHA C. BILLINGSLEY
----6-3 LEVI BILLINGSLEY
6-1 COLUMBUS ELIOTT BILLINGSLEY: born 1855, Arkansas.
6-2 MARTHA C. BILLINGSLEY: born 1860, Arkansas.
6-3 LEVI BILLINGSLEY: born 1862, Arkansas.
5-3 JESSE GRANDISON BILLINGSLEY: born 3 January 1834, Carroll Co., TN, died 13 February 1915, Cerrogardo, Little River Co., AR. Married (1)JULIANN ALFRED 4 October 1860, Sevier Co., AR. She born 25 December 1842, Arkansas, died 1882, Little River Co., AR. (2) ELIZA J. KNIGHTON 10 February 1884. She born 1866, Little River Co., AR. (3) MARY JANE BURNETT 30 June 1895. She born 1845, Little River Co., AR. (4) JANE McDOWELL 17 Noverber 1896. She born 1844, Alabama.
5-4 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS BILLINGSLEY: born 1837, Tennessee.
5-5 SARAH JANE BILLINGSLEY: born November 1839, Tennessee, died 1919, Oklahoma. Married EDWARD JOSHUA GRAY 3 January 1860, Dequeen, Sevier Co., AR. He born 1838, died 25 February 1865. Their Children:
----6-1 JAMES GRAY
----6-2 HOLLY GRAY
----6-3 EDWARD JOSHUA GRAY, Jr.
6-1 JAMES GRAY: born 1862.
6-2 HOLLY GRAY: born 18 March 1864, Sevier Co., AR, died 10 January 1922, McCurtain Co., OK. Married FRANCIS MARION MAYHALL 1 January 1886, Red River Co., TX. He born 17 June 1861, Alabama, died 12 December 1916, Oklahoma.
6-3 EDWARD JOSHUA GRAY, Jr.: born 8 May 1865, Sevier Co., AR, died 20 May 1914, Isabel, McCurtain Co., OK. Married MARY SAYVA WHITE 1889, Clarksville, Red River Co., TX. She born 20 January 1877, Hot Springs, Garland Co., AR, died 1 January 1930, Isabel, McCurtain Co., OK.
4-8 REBECCA DEMAX BROOKS: born abt. 1815, Tennessee, died October 1860, McLennan, TX. Married JOSHUA FULCHER abt. 1832, Nacogdoches, TX. He the son of William Fulcher and Rebecca Robbins, Jr. born 12 February 1815, Crawford, AR. Their children:
----5-1 JANE LEVINA FULCHER
----5-2 JOHN SIMPSON FULCHER
----5-3 JAMES BUFORD FULCHER
----5-4 RADFORD BERRY FULCHER
----5-5 WILLIAM J. FULCHER
----5-6 SARAH A FULCHER
----5-7 NANCY M. FULCHER
----5-8 CAMALUKE FULCHER
5-1 JANE LEVINA FULCHER: born 1833, TX. Married ANDREW GOODMAN 20 May 1853, Angelina Co. TX.
5-2 JOHN SIMPSON FULCHER: born December 1836, Nacogdoches, TX. Died 1926, Hollis, OK. Married NARCISSA C. MALONE 28 June 1864, Meridian, TX. She the daughter of Isaac Malone and Pritia Nix, born 26 January 1849, Limestone Co. TX. died between 1910 - 1920, Odell, TX. Their children:
----6-1 WILLIAM J. FULCHER
----6-2 ALICE FULCHER
----6-3 ISAAC MILFORD FULCHER
----6-4 HENRY BROWN FULCHER
----6-5 JOHN MILLARD FULCHER
----6-6 ERLENE FULCHER
----6-7 GIP F. FULCHER
----6-8 DINK FULCHER
----6-9 LEULLA FULCHER
----6-10 ROY F. FULCHER
6-1 WILLIAM J. FULCHER: born December 1865, TX. Married MINNIE THOMAS 24 July 1888, Hamilton Co. TX.
6-2 ALICE FULCHER: born abt. 1868, TX. Married JOHN P. HUTCHINSON, 1886.
6-3 ISAAC MILFORD FULCHER: born 1 November 1870, died 3 April 1939, Vernon, TX. Married BEULAH ELECTRA HENDERSON 6 April 1860, Runnels, TX.
6-4 HENRY BROWN FULCHER: born 28 June 1873, Hico, TX. died 12 July 1947, Sudan, TX. Married ELLA LILLIAN RICHARDS 25 November 1891, Hayrick, TX.
6-5 JOHN MILLARD FULCHER: born April 1876, TX. Died 1963. TX. Married SUSIE L. MALONE 25 December 1894. Wellington, TX.
6-6 ERLENE FULCHER: born 1879, TX. Married JIM SHUGATE.
6-7 GIP F. FULCHER: born March 1883, TX. died 1963. Married ELLA KEESEE.
6-8 DINK FULCHER: born 1885, TX. Married MINNIE _____.
6-9 LEULLA FULCHER: born 24 June 1887, Hico, TX. died 20 August 1906. Married J. COLLINS SCOTT.
6-10 ROY F. FULCHER: born 26 June 1891, Coke Co., TX. Married GEORGIA CHRISTIE in 1918.
5-3 JAMES BUFORD FULCHER: born 6 January 1838, Nacogdoches Co., TX, died 10 May 1928, Baird, Callahan Co., TX. Married (1) SARAH ELIZABETH EDWARDS, (2) MARTHA ELIZABETH SELF.
5-4 RADFORD BERRY FULCHER: born 15 May 1840, Hamilton Co., TX, died 11 November 1830, Hamilton Co., TX. Married MARY ANN WALKER 5 October 1869, McLennan Co., TX.
5-5 WILLIAM J. FULCHER: born 1842, Texas.
5-6 SARAH A FULCHER: born 1844, Texas.
5-7 NANCY M. FULCHER: born 1846, Texas.
5-8 CAMALUKE FULCHER: born 1849, Texas.
Diane Fulcher, Aguila, AZ. February 2001
Children of Archibald McKaughan, Jr. and Jane Mercer: REBECCA (3), GEORGE (1), HUGH (2), FORRESTER (1), ALEXANDER (1), JOHN (1), GRISELLA.
3-2 GEORGE McKAUGHAN (1): born in Pennsylvania. Went to the territory which is now Sullivan County, Tennessee and then to Pulaski County, Kentucky with his parents.He married PEGGY CALDWELL 9 November 1801, one of the first couples to marry in Wayne County after Pulaski County was divided and Wayne County was formed. Their original license can be found in Wayne County. It is recorded under the name of McGahan, however, if you turn it over to where George signed it, he used the McKaughan spelling. This indicates to me that the name must have been pronounced McGahan in Kentucky from the start. All their decendanls but one that we have found now spell the name McGahan, pronouncing it Mc Gann, which isn't too far off from the Gaelic pronounciation of the name. Peggy was the daughter of John Caldwell of Wayne County.
George McKaughan (1) was a farmer. The survey office in Somerset, Kentucky, shows him owning 125 acres of land on the west side of Sand Creek. In the Pulaski County, Kentucky tax list index 1799 -1829 records George Mc Kaughan under various spellings, paying taxes through 1821. Their children were:
----4-1 JOHN McKAUGHAN (2)
----4-2 WILLIAM McKAUGHAN
----4-3 GEORGE McKAUGHAN (2)
----4-4 MARY (Polly) McKAUGHAN
----4-5 EDWARD McKAUGHAN
4-1 JOHN McKAUGHAN (2): born abt. 1802, Virginia, married (1) RHODA ROBERTS 22 July 1820. Married (2) SALLY TARTER 13 April 1828. We found these records in the Marriage Book at Pulaski Co Courthouse, Somerset,KY He must had moved, had only female heirs, or possibly changed his name to McGahan for we found no descendents of his with the McKaughan name in the area now, unless he changed his name to McGahan also.
4-2 WILLIAM McGAHAN: born in Kentucky. Married SARAH "SALLIE" HAILE (Hale) from Russell County, Kentucky, the daughter of Rev. Labon Haile, a Presbyterian minister from Russell Springs, Kentucky. William and Sallie moved to Jackson County, Tennessee where his uncle, Hugh McKaughan (1) lived. William got into a fight with a man named Gentry over land and they fought until they killed each other. Sallie took her children back to Russell Springs, Kentucky to her father's home, where the children were raised. This home of the Rev. Labon Haile's burned in 1989. It was a landmark of the area. Sallie is found in the 1870 census of Ganes, Pulaski Co., KY living with her daughter Nancy. She was listed as Sarah McGahan born Virginia. Their children were:
----5-1 LABON (Laben, Laban) McGAHAN
----5-2 MARY "POLLY" McGAHAN
----5-3 NANCY JANE McGAHAN
5-1 LABON McKAUGHAN/McGAHAN: born 14 January 1829, Waterboro, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Married ABIGALE GADBERRY 8 December 1848, Russell County, Kentucky. She, the daughter of John Green Gadberry and Juanna Lloyd, from North Carolina to Kentucky. Labon was a farmer. He was killed in a cabin fire 11 January 1912 near Jabez, Russell Co., Kentucky. While he was in the Mexican War, his commanding Officier was a gentleman from Ireland to America named McGahan. This man knew that McGahan and McKaughan was the same name and one of the spellings used in Ireland. Since it was already pronounced McGahan in Kentucky, Leban started using the McGahan spelling. All his decendants we have found now spell the name "McGahan". Abigale was born 27 December 1828 in North Carolina, died 3 June 1904. They are buried in the Military Springs Cemetery, Jabez. There appears to have been more than one Gadberry family who came from North Carolina to Russell County, Kentucky. No doubt, from the unusual name, they were related. Their children:
----6-1 SARAH ANN McGAHAN
----6-2 NANCY JANE McGAHAN
----6-3 ELIZABETH ELLEN McGAHAN
----6-4 MARY WORTH (Polly) McGAHAN
----6-5 GEORGE A.C. McGAHAN
----6-6 JAMES THOMAS McGAHAN
----6-7 BERRYMAN HAILE McGAHAN
----6-8 HENRY SHERMAN McGAHAN
----6-9 ROLAND McGAHAN
----6-10 SHERIDON McGAHAN
----6-11 DOCTOR DWIGHT STILLMAN McGAHAN
----6-12 JESSE McGAHAN
6-1 SARAH ANN McGAHAN: born 27 September 1849, near Jabez, Russell Co., Kentucky. Married WILLIAM W. SMITH, 1783, Pulaski County, Kentucky. They both died young. She died 10 October 1895, buried in the Military Springs Cemetry, Jabez. Their children were raised by their grandparents, Labon and Abilgale McGahan. They were:
----7-1 LOUELLA (JEANNIE, JENNIE) SMITH
----7-2 ABILGALE (ABBIE) SMITH
7-1 LOUELLA (JEANNIE, JENNIE) SMITH: born 1880. Married THALOUS (PHALOUS) BESHEARS 27 June 1893, Russell Co. KY. He born June 1868, Kentucky. She died 26 October 19O2, buried in the Tarter Private Cemetery, Naomi, Kentucky. He remarried and had several more children. Their children were:
----8-1 JAMES LABON "JIM" BESHEARS
----8-2 JOHN MORGAN BESHEARS
----8-3 BUCKNER LEE BESHEARS
----8-4 ZEOLA ERIL BESHEARS
8-1 JAMES LABON "JIM" BESHEARS: born 9 November 1894. KY., died 19 January 1966, Kentucky. Married ALTA NORA MERRICK in 1914. She born 25 January 1896, Kentucky, died May 1979, Pulaski Co., KY.
8-2 JOHN MORGAN BESHEARS; born 12 December 1896, Naomi, KY. died 16 December 1896, KY. Married IVA ARD 15 January 1917. She born 10 October 1899, Kentucky, died May 1983, Pulaski Co., KY.
8-3 BUCKNER LEE BESHEARS: born 17 May 1899, KY. died 29 November 1976. Married DELLA MAY MERRICK, 1919.
8-4 ZEOLA ERIL BESHEARS: born 29 July 1901, Bud, Wayne Co. KY. died 21 March 1939, Pulaski Co. KY. married EURA "HAWK" JOHNSON 6 February 1919 Pulaski Co. KY. He born 11 January 1900, Bud, Wayne Co. KY. died 18 March 1978 in Indianapolis, IN. Their children:
----9-1 CLARICE JOHNSON
----9-2 EARL JOHNSON
----9-3 ALMA MAE "ELSIE" JOHNSON
----9-4 EURA MURL JOHNSON
----9-5 HUSTON JOHNSON
----9-6 ELLA JOHNSON
----9-7 CARLIE B. JOHNSON
----9-8 WINFORD MATTHEW JOHNSON
9-1 CLARICE JOHNSON: born 8 April 1922, Russ Co. KY. died 6 May 1985, Indianapolis, IN.
9-2 EARL JOHNSON: born 2 January 1923, Russ Co. KY. died 11 May 1973, Russ Co., KY.
9-3 ALMA MAY "ELSIE" JOHNSON: born 10 November 1924, Russ Co, KY. died 21 April 1998, Indianapolis, IN.
9-4 EURA MURL JOHNSON: born 8 April 1927, Russ Co. KY. died 20 March 1985, Russ Co., KY.
9-5 HUSTON JOHNSON: born 10 July 1929 Russ Co. KY. died 3 February 1997, Pulaski Co. KY,
9-6 ELLA J. JOHNSON: born 9 December 1931 in Russ Co. KY.
9-7 CARLIE B. JOHNSON: born 25 March 1934, Russell Co. KY. Died 8 Noverber 2000, Beech Grove, IN. Married (1) CURTIS IRENE BELL 12 December 1953, Wayne Co. KY., daughter of Cosby Bell and Lou Gregory. Their children:
----10-1 CARL B. JOHNSON
----10-2 PATRISHA IRENE JOHNSON
----10-3 DIANE SUE "SHERRY" JOHNSON
CARLIE B. JOHNSON married (2) SHIRLEY MAE SAWYER. She born 15 February 1941, Indianapolis, IN. Daughter of Tom and Helen Sawyer. Carlie worked as a truck driver for Sodel Trucking Co. amd was also Lead tenor for the "Sunshine Travelers" a Gospel Bluegrass band That played for many years throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. Their child:
----10-4 KARLA SUE JOHNSON
10-1 CARL B JOHNSON: born 8 April 1955, Beech Grove, IN. Married CLIFFONDA SUE RICHEY 15 September 1973, Indanapolis, IN. Their children:
----11-1 MARSHA LYNN JOHNSON: born 24 August 1973, Beech Grove, IN.
----11-2 MATTHEW WAYNE JOHNSON: born 17 August 1976, Indanapolis, IN.
10-2 PATRISHA IRENE JOHNSON: born 7 May 1958, Indianapolis, IN. Married BRIAN KING 23 June 1975 in Tennessee. He born 1 March 1957. Their children:
----11-1 JASON BRIAN KING: born 8 October 1976, Indiana
----11-2 DAVID SHANE KING: born 6 March 1978, Indiana
----11-3 JENNIFER DAWN KING: born 12 July 1981, Indiana
10-3 DIANE SUE "SHERRY" JOHNSON: born 9 April 1960, Indianapolis, IN. Married KENNETH H. "PEESTA" MENDENHALL 111 8 September 1979, Indianapolis. Their children:
----11-1 FAITH MARIE MENDENHALL: born 22 May 1980, South Bend, St. Josephs Co., IN.
----11-2 KENNETH "P.J." MENDENHALL: born 31 March 1982, South Bend
----11-3 ANTHONY N. MENDENHALL: born 29 November 1983, South Bend
10-4 KARLA SUE JOHNSON: born 21 December 1967, Indianapolis, IN. Married ROBERT THEODORE STARWALT 11 June 1991, Their children:
----11-1 ROBERT STARWALT
----11-2 NICK STARWALT
----11-3 ELIZABETH STARWALT
Carl B. Johnson, Indianapolis. IN. 2001
9-8 WINFORD MATTHEW JOHNSON: born 19 November 1936, Russ Co. Ky. died 17 December 1990, Indianapolis, IN.
9-9 BOY "Infant" born and died 21 March 1939
7-2 ABIGALE (ABBIE) SMITH: married _______ BROWN. They moved to Colorado and then to Salt Lake City, Utah. Nothing else known.
6-2 NANCY JANE McGAHAN: born 27 September 1852, Married REV. AMAZAR KELLY in 1951 when they were older, she being his second wife. She had no children but helped raise most of her nieces and nephews. She died in 1957, age 105 years old.
6-3 ELIZABETH ELLEN McGAHAN: born 6 August 1856, near Jabez, Kentucky. Married HAZE WILSON in 1874. She died in childbirth 22 January 1876 in Russell County, Kentucky. Their child:
----7-1 TOMMY HAZE WILSON: born 22 January 1876. He disappeared.
6-4 MARY WORTH (POLLY) McGAHAN: born 2 January 1857, near Jabez, Kentucky. Married (1) MILTON WILSON in 1874. He died 25 February 1910, Vinnie, Russell County, Kentucky, buried at Pleasant Point Cemetery, Vinnie. Their children:
----7-1 RUTH ELLEN (SIS) WILSON
----7-2 CALDONIA A. WILSON
----7-3 MILLARD FILLMORE WILSON
----7-4 CARSON LLOYD WILSON
----7-5 CORA JANE WILSON
----7-6 JESSE WILSON
----7-7 AARON WILSON
MARY WORTH McGAHAN WILSON married (2) CHRISTOPHER LEFEVER 7 April 1912, Russell Co., KY. No children. She died 30 January 1934, at the home of her son Carson's in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY. She is buried next to her first husband, Milton Wilson, in the Pleasant Point Cemetery.
7-1 RUTH ELLEN (SIS) WILSON: born 21 August 1876, Jabez, Kentucky. Married WILLIAM McHENRY WILSON (no relation that they know of) 25 September 1893, Faubush , Kentucky, by Rev. Jim Roberts. She died 5 August 1952 of a heart attack at her home in West Somerset, Kentucky, buried in the West Somerset Church Cemetery. William McHenry Wilson, son of Walter McHenry Wilson and Rebecca Cane, born 23 November 1875, Jabez. He was a farmer. He died January 1956. Their children:
----8-1 OLLIE MAE WILSON
----8-2 ZOLLIE MARVIN WILSON
----8-3 JESSE SHERMAN WILSON
----8-4 WILLIAM ALVIN WILSON
----8-5 FLONNIE MOLLIE WILSON
----8-6 AVERY VIRTHEL WILSON
----8-7 ZELLA BEATRICE WILSON
----8-8 LONNIE WOODROW WILSON
----8-9 ALMA OVOLINE WILSON
----8-10 RUBY IRENE WILSON
8-1 OLLIE MAE WILSON: born 1 January 1897, Russell County, Kentucky. Married VERNON T. KEEN 9 October 1923, near Normal and Bloomington, Illinois. She died 11 May 1956 at the Walter Reed Hospital, Arlington, Virginia, buried at Normal, Illinois beside her husband. 3 sons.
8-2 ZOLLIE MARVIN WILSON: born 23 August 1898, Vinnie, Russell County, Kentucky. Married (1) LILLY GOFF in 1922. No children. Married (2) MARCIE RANDELL in 1926. He died 25 November 1955, Somerset, Kentucky of a heart attack and kidney failure, buried in Someset City Cemetery. 1son, 1 daughter.
8-3 JESSE SHERMAN WILSON: born 3 September 1900, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married (2) MABLE GRAHAM, 1926, Detroit, Michigan.
8-4 WILLIAM ALVIN WILSON: born 3 September 1902, Faubush, Kentucky. Married (1) ETHEL MARIE HUMBLE, daughter of William Henry Humble and Melinda Chumbley, 1 February 1927, Somerset, Kentucky. She was born 13 September 1907, Lebanon, Tennessee. Their children:
----9-1 SEDALAH LAVERTA WILSON: Born 22 December 1927, Detroit, Michigan. Married JAMES FARLEY In Georgia.
----9-2 WILLIAM ALVIN WILSON, JR.: born 11 May 1929, Detroit, Michiagan. Married MARION CROOKS in Detroit, Michigan.
----9-3 ELTON HUMBLE WILSON: born 19 September 1930, Somerset, Kentucky. unmarried.
After Ethel's death, WILLIAM ALVIN WILSON married (2) MOLLIE McGAHAN MYRICK (cousins), 2 October 1981. Las Vegas, Nevada. She, the daughter of Roland McGahan. They live in Crowley, Texas. No children.
8-5 FLONNIE MOLLIE WILSON: born 8 June 1905, Ingle, Kentucky, died 13 July 1989. Married (1) WILLIAM LEON RAINWATER 8 October 1921. Married (2) CRAWFORD MOUNCE 20 September 1925, Somerset, Kentucky. He born 1 January 1910, died April 1986, KY. No children.
8-6 AVERY VIRTHEL WILSON: born 20 August 1907, Russell County, Kentucky. Married GRACIE ETHEL TARTER 2 September 1927, Naomi Baptist Church, Naomi, Kentucky. He died in his home of a heart attack 21 October 1969, buried Pulaski County Memorial Gardens, near Fishing Cup Bridge, Kentucky. 1 daughter.
Children of Ruth Ellen (Sis) Wilson and William McHenry Wilson: OLLIE MAE, ZOLLIE MARVIN, JESSE SHERMAN,WILLIAM ALVIN, FLONNIE MOLLIE, AVERY VIRTHEL, ZELLA BEATRICE, LONNIE WOODROW, ALMA OVOLINE, RUBY IRENE
8-7 ZELLA BEATRICE WILSON: born 23 January 1910, Kavito, Kentucky. Married ROBERT R. RAINWATER 1 June 1930, East Somerset, Kentucky, at the home of Rev. Wesley Collier. She lives in Ingle, Kentucky. 2 daughters.
8-8 LONNIE WOODROW WILSON: born 6 September 1912, Kavito, Kentucky. Married (2) FREDA WATSON, Somerset, Kentucky. He was killed in a robbery in Miami, Florida 8 September 1933, buried in West Somerset, Kentucky. 2 sons, 1 daughter.
8-9 ALMA OVOLINE WILSON: born 30 April 1916, Nancy, Kentucky. Married CHARLES EDGAR COWAN 20 July 1937, Somerset, Kentucky. He, the son of J. Wate Cowan and Rebecca Annie Hardwick. He born September 1911, Wayne County, Kentucky. He died 12 December 1984, Somerset, Kentucky. Their children:
---- 9-1 CHARLES EDGAR COWAN, JR.: born 19 August 1938, Frazer, Kentucky. Married JUDITH LYNN STOREY.
---- 9-2 JAMES WILLIAM COWAN born 15 January 1931, Sormerset,Kentucky. Died 3 February 1963, unmarried.
----9-3 RUTH ANN COWAN: born 10 October 1940, Somerset. Kentucky. Married CRESSEL THOMPSON.
---- 9-4 KENNETH DAVID COWAN born I September 1943, Ingle, Kentucky. Married JANE NELL CASTINEAU.
8-10 RUBY IRENE WILSON: born 28 May 1918, Nancy, Kentucky. Married ROY H. HOLDER 16 April 1934, Detroit, Michigan.
7-2 CALDONIA A. WILSON: born March 1879, Russell Co., KY.
7-3 MILLARD FILLMORE WILSON: born September 1883, Russell Co., KY.
7-4 CARSON LLOYD WILSON: born August 1891, Russell Co., KY.
7-5 CORA JANE WILSON: born March 1894, Russell Co., KY. Married (1) CHARLIE COE. He died 1930, (2) ______ REDMAN.
7-6 JESSE WILSON: died young before 1900, Russell Co., KY.
7-7 AARON WILSON: died young before 1900, Russell Co., KY.
Supplied by:Doris Norfleet Sparks, Dayton, Ohio, 1965
William Alvin Wilson, Crowley, Texas, 1986
Children of Labon McGahan and Abigale Gadberry: SARAH ANN, NANCYJANE, ELIZABETH ELLEN, MARY WORTH (POLLY), GEORGE A.C., JAMES THOMAS, BERRYMAN HAILE, HENRY SHERMAN, ROLAND, DOCTOR DWIGHT STILMAN, SHERIDON, JESSE
6-5 GEORGE A.C. McGAHAN: born 14 March 1853, near Jabez, Kentucky. Married EMILY BESHEARS 1886. She born February 1871, Kentucky. He died 2 February 1934 Danville, Kentucky. Buried in West Somerset, Kentucky. Their children:
----7-1 IDA CORA McGAHAN
----7-2 ICY NORA McGAHAN
----7-3 SARAH MYRTLE McGAHAN
----7-4 GEORGIA McGAHAN
----7-5 JAMES MORGAN TAYLOR McGAHAN
----7-6 FRED RACHEL McGAHAN
7-1 IDA CORA McGAHAN: born 7 1887, Kentucky, married ESTEL VAUGHT. Their children:
----8-1 ARNOLD VAUGHT
----8-2 FAYE VAUGHT
----8-3 BERNICE VAUGHT
----8-4 THELMA VAUGHT
----8-5 MILDRED VAUGHT
----8-6 MELVIN VAUGHT
7-2 ICY NORA McGAHAN: born 10 December 1889. Married (1) _____ CARNETT. Their children:
----8-1 BEATRICE PRINCESS CARNETT
----8-2 JOHN CARNETT
ICY NORA McGAHAN CARNETT married (2) GUY O'HARA 4 December 1915, Alton, Johnson City, IL. He at the time had two children: Edward and Earl O'Hara. He born 1 October 1882. died 26 January 1946. She died 3 March 1989. Their children:
----8-3 JOHN W. O'HARA
----8-4 GUY ERVAN O'HARA
----8-5 DOROTHY H. O'HARA
----8-6 ROY H. O'HARA
----8-7 VIRGINIA Mildred O'HARA
8-1 BEATRICE PRINCESS CARNETT: married (1) BERNARD BROGAN. Their child:
----9-1 DIED AT BIRTH, UNNAMED
BEATRICE P. CARNETT BROGAN Married (2) LORIS R. ODOM. Their children:
----9-1 DAVID L. ODOM
----9-2 MICHAEL IRVAN ODOM
9-1 DAVID L. ODOM: born 17 June 1958, TX. Married RENEE S. URISH. Their child:
----10-1 HALEY M. ODOM: born 13 March 1994. TX.
9-2 MICHAEL IRVAN ODOM: born 22 February 1950, TX. Married JANET ARMSTRONG, born 1950.
8-2 JOHN CARNETT: married EUNICE _____.
8-3 JOHN W. O'HARA: born 1914, Kentucky.
8-4 GUY ERVAN O'HARA: born 1917, Kentucky, married JANE _____.
8-5 DOROTHY H. O'HARA: born 1919, Illinois, married CARL MOFFETT
8-6 ROY H. O'HARA: born 20 October 1919, Illinois. married JUNE MIRANDA.
8-7 VIRGINIA MILDRED O'HARA: born 1925, Illlinios, married CHARLES SWOPE.
Icy McGahan Carnett O'Hara's line
Sue O'Hara Wilson, 2001
David L. Odom, TX., 2001
7-3 SARAH MYRTLE McGAHAN: born April 1892, Kentucky, married ELBERT EUBANKS. No children.
7-4 GEORGIA McGAHAN: born August 1896, Kentucky.
7-5 JAMES MORGAN TAYLOR McGAHAN: called Taylor, born 2 October 1899, died May 1985. Pulaski County, Kentucky.. Married EXIE EUBANKS 18 April 1921, Oneida, Tennessee, She born 25 May 1905, Eubank, Pulaski Co., KY., died 10 January 2002, age 96, Pulaski County, KY.Their children:
----8-1 CHRISTINE ELBERTA McGAHAN
----8-2 WANDA LEE McGAHAN
8-1 CHRISTINE ELBERTA McGAHAN: born 24 April 1922, Somerset, Kentucky. Married CHESTER REED 11 April 1941, Ludlow, Kentucky. Their child :
----9-1 SHARON KAY REED: born 23 January 1952, Somerset, Kentucky.
8-2 WANDA LEE McGAHAN: born 8 November 1938, Somerset, Kentucky. Married ROLAND DARRELL WOOTEN 17 December 1960 Somerset, Kentucky. Their child:
----9-1 SHERRI SUZANNE WOOTEN: born 20 August 1963, Cincinnati, Ohio.
7-6 FRED RACHEL McGAHAN: married VELMA _____. No children.
Doris Norfleet Sparks, Dayton, Ohio, 1962
Taylor McGahan, Somerset, Tennessee, 1969
Children of Labon McKaughan / McGahan and Abigale Gadberry: SARAH ANN, NANCY JANE, ELIZABETH ELLEN, MARY WORTH (POLLY), GEORGE A.C., JAMES THOMAS, BERRYMAN HAILE, ABBIE, HENRY SHERMAN, ROLAND, DOCTOR DWIGHT STILLMAN, SHERIDON, JESSE
6-6 JAMES THOMAS McGAHAN: born 7 March 1862, Near Jabez, Kentucky.
Married CLONZIA COMPTON home of Rev. Forest Rainwater- in Waterloo, Kentucky. She born December 1868, Ketucky. He died 20 June 1939, Danville, Kentucky. Their child:
----7-1 LAVONA AUDRA McGAHAN: born 30 January 1898. Married SCHEILL MCLENDON.
6-7 BERRYMAN HAILE McGAHAN: called Berry, born 4 July 1863, near Jabez, Kentucky. Married MANERVA C. FOSTER 27 May 1883, Faubush, Kentucky. She born October 1867, Indiana. He died at home in West Somerset, Kentucky buried at West Somerset Church Cemetery. Their children:
----7-1 ABBIE G. McGAHAN
----7-2 MARY ELLEN McGAHAN
----7-3 LOUVERNA McGAHAN
----7-4 MAHALA ELIZABETH McGAHAN
----7-5 GEORGEANN M. McGAHAN
----7-6 WILLY MYRTLE McGAHAN
----7-7 VIRGIL STILLMAN McGAHAN
----7-8 ALONZO VIRTEL McGAHAN
7-1 ABBIE G. McGAHAN: born August 1884, married VICTOR LANE, born February 1881, died 1926. She died 1942, both buried at Cook's Chaple, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Their children:
----8-1 LILLIE ELLEN LANE
----8-2 MYRTLE LANE
----8-3 OTHA LANE
----8-4 ONA LANE
----8-5 HERMAN LANE
----8-6 LENVILLE EVERETT LANE
----8-7 ALVIN LANE
----8-8 ELSA MAY LANE
----8-9 LUCILLE LANE
----8-10 OREAL LANE
----8-11 FINLEY ROY LANE
8-1 LILLIE ELLEN LANE: born 25 July 1902, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Married CARLIE B. WRIGHT. She died 13 September 1981, buried at Smith Grove, Kentucky Cemetery. Their children:
----9-1 MAXINE WRIGHT
----9-2 LORENE WRIGHT
----9-3 OWEN C. WRIGHT
----9-4 HOLLIS ROY WRIGHT
----9-5 JAMES CLAYTON WRIGHT
----9-6 AUDINE WRIGHT
----9-7 EDISON WRIGHT
----9-8 BARBARA J. WRIGHT
----9-9 HERALD LEE WRIGHT
----9-10 CARLIE B, WRIGHT, JR.
9-1 MAXINE WRIGHT: born February 1923, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married ARGUS MILTON HOLDER, November 1946, Newport, Kentucky. They live in Russell Springs, Kentucky. Their children:
----10-1 GAIL HOLDER: born 4 August 1947, Russell Springs, Kentucky.
----10-2 RONALD GENE HOLDER: born 23 February 1949, Somerset, Kentucky.
9-2 LORENE WRIGHT: born October 1924. Married ERNEST JOHNSON, Jamestown,Kentucky. Their child:
----10-1 CAROLYN JOHNSON
10-1 CAROLYN JOHNSON: born 10 February 1945. Married CLAY C. COOMER. Their children:
----11-1 JEFFERY COOMER: born September 1963.
----11-2 MADONNA COOMER: born 1965.
9-3 OWEN C. WRIGHT: born February 1926, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married MAXINE ALLEN, July 1949. They live in Buchanan, Michigan. No children.
9-4 HOLLIS ROY WRIGHT: born May 1927, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married LOIS ELLIS. They live in Decatur, Illinois. Their children:
----10-1 CHERYL WRIGHT
----10-2 BERNICE WRIGHT
----10-3 ROY WRIGHT
----10-4 JOHN WAYNE WRIGHT
----10-5 WANDA WRIGHT
----10-6 TAMMY WRIGHT
10-1 CHERYL WRIGHT: born Aprl 1949. Married DANNY LEE LOWE. Their children:
----11-1 DANNY LEE LOWE, JR. : born in Illinois.
----11-2 THOMAS RAY LOWE : born in Illinois.
10-2 BERNICE WRIGHT: married JOHNNY JOE WALTER. Their children:
----11-1 HOLLY JOANN WALTER: born April 1966, Illinois.
----11-2 HEIDI MARIE WALTER: born 1967, Illinois.
10-3 ROY WRIGHT: born August 1953.
10-4 JOHN WAYNE WRIGHT: born May 1956.
10-5 WANDA WRIGHT: born May 1959.
10-6 TAMMY WRIGHT: born July 1963.
Children of Lillie Ellen Lane and Carlie B. Wright: MAXINE, LORENE, OWEN C., HOLLIS ROY, JAMES CLAYTON, AUDINE, EDISON B., BARBARA JENELL, HERALD LEE, CARLIE B. JR..
9-5 JAMES CLAYTON WRIGHT: born November 1932, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married AMA LEE HANES, March 1955. They live in Faubush, Kentucky. Their children:
----10-1 JO ANN WRIGHT: born August 1956.
----10-2 KATHY LEE WRIGHT: born 1960.
9-6 AUDINE WRIGHT: married JAMES GASKIN, February 1954, in Indiana. Their children:
----10-1 KEITH GASKIN: born January 1955, Bargerville, Indiana.
----10-2 CYNTHIA ELLEN GASKIN: born October 1956, Bargerville.
9-7 EDISON B. WRIGHT: born August 1925, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married MAVELENE BENNETT, November 1954. They live in Windsor, Kentucky. Their children:
----10-1 REGENA WRIGHT (twin to Ladena): born February 1955
----10-2 LADENA WRIGHT (twin to Regena): born February 1955.
----10-3 VANESSA ELAINE WRIGHT: born March 1963.
Children of Lillie Ellen Lane and Carlie B. Wright: MAXINE, LORENE, OWEN C., HOLLIS ROY, JAMES CLAYTON, AUDINE, EDISON, BARBARA JENELL, HERALD LEE, CARLIE B., JR.
9-8 BARBARA JENELL WRIGHT: born March 1938, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married RALPH SUMMERS, November 1954, Nowata,Oklahoma. Their children:
----10-1 MICHELLE SUMMERS: born October 1964.
----10-2 PATRICK RALPH SUMMERS: born 1967.
9-9 HERALD LEE WRIGHT: born January 1940, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married CAROLYN WEDDLE, July 1968. No children.
9-10 CARLIE B. WRIGHT: born June 1942, Vinnie, Kentucky. Married BETTY WEDDLE. He died 4 May 1982, buried in the Smith Grove Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky.
Lillie Ellen Lane Wright's line
Maxine Wright Holder, Russell Springs, Kentucky, 1972
Children of Abbie McGahan and Victor Lane: LILLIE ELLEN,LOLA MYRTLE, OTHA, ONA C., HERMAN, LENVILLE EVERETT, ALVIN, ELSA MAY, LUCILLE, OREAL, FINLEY ROY.
8-2 LOLA MYRTLE LANE: born January 1904. Married CARLUS HOLDER. They lived in Cincinnati, Ohio. He died in January 1958, buried in Memorial Gardens, Cincinatti. No children.
8-3 OTHA LEWIS LANE : born December 1906. Married DELPHIA ASHBROOK, Somerset, Kentucky. He died May 1958 , buried Memorial Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio. Their children :
----9-1 ROYCE LANE
----9-2 JANET LANE
9-1 ROYCE LANE: born January 1932. Married SHIRLEY BALLARD, October 1954. Their children:
----10-1 DEBBIE LANE: born May 1955.
----10-2 BRUCE LEE LANE: born 1956.
----10-3 TERRY LANE: born 1959.
9-2 JANET (BOBBI) LANE: born December 1933, Cincinnati, Ohio. Married JACK WATTERSON, June 1952, Cincinatti. Their children:
----10-1 VICKI WATTERSON: born 4 July 1956.
----10-2 KIMBERLY WATTERSON: born 19 December 1959.
8-4 ONA C. LANE: born February 1908. Married OLENA ANDERSON. Their children:
----9-1 THEODORE VICTOR LANE
----9-2 SHIRLEY ANN LANE
---9-3 ROY RICHARD LANE
9-1THEODORE VICTOR LANE: born 1936, died February 1939.
9-2 SHIRLEY ANN LANE: born September 1937. Married JOE TRYE. Their children:
----10-1 FAMMERA JOY TRYE: born January 1959.
----10-2 KIMBERLA DEE TRYE: born January 1960.
----10-3 RHONDA LEE TRYE: born September 1964.
9-3 ROY RICHARD LANE: born 9 July 1944. Married SHIRLEY GARLAND. Their children:
----10-1 RODNEY ALLEN LANE: born July 1964.
----10-2 MARIE ANN LANE: born May 1967.
Children of Abbie McGahan and Victor Lane: LILLE ELLEN LOLA MYRTLE, OTHA, ONA, HERMAN, LENVILLE EVERETT, ALVIN, ELSA MAY, LUCILLE, OREAL, FINLEY ROY.
8-5 HERMAN LANE: born May 1910, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Died 1930, buried at Cook's Chapel, Pulaski County. umarried.
8-6 LENVILLE EVERETT LANE: born May 1916. Married VELNA VAN HOOSIER, September1937, Somerset, Kentucky. Died January 1969. Tiffin, Ohio, buried Fairmont Cemetery, Tiffin. Their children:
----9-1 LAWRENCE CLYDE LANE
----9-2 DORIS MARIE LANE
----9-3 IMOGENE M. LANE
----9-4 EVELYN SUE LANE
----9-5 LEWIS E. LANE
----9-6 BERNICE ANN LANE
----9-7 SHARON LOU LANE
----9-8 LENVILLE KEITH LANE
9-1 LAWRENCE CLYDE LANE: born March 1941, Faubush Kentucky. Married MARY MOLEN, November 1959, Faubush. Their children:
----10-1 LORA SUE LANE: born April 1963.
----10-2 ANDREW WAYNE LANE (twin to Paul): born May 1964.
----10-3 PAUL DUANE JONES LANE (twin to Andrew): born May 1964.
9-2 DORIS MARIE LANE: born January 1943, Faubush, Kentucky. Married PAUL JONES, June 1960, Pickens, South Carolina. Their children:
----10-1 LORA SUE JONES: born April 1963.
----10-2 ANDREW WAYNE JONES (twin to Paul): born May 1964
----10-3 PAUL DUANE JONES (twin to Andrew): born May 1964
9-3 IMOGENE M. LANE: born June 1944, Faubush , Kentucky. Married PAUL BUCHANAN, December 1965, Pickens, South Carolina. They live in Bloomville, Ohio. Their children:
----10-1 CURTIS LEE BUCHANAN: born July 1967.
----10-2 CLIFFORD ROY BUCHANAN: born September 1969.
9-4 EVELYN SUE LANE: born and died June 1947.
9-5 LEWIS E. LANE: born September 1949. Married BRENDA EULETT, June 1969, Benton, Ohio.
9-6 BERNICE ANN LANE: born January 1951.
9-7 SHARON LOU LANE: born May 1953.
9-8 LENVILLE KEITH LANE: born June 1955.
Children of Abbie McGahan and Victor Lane: LILLIE ELLEN, LOLA MYRTLE, OTHA LEWIS, ONA E., HERMAN , LENVILLE EVERETT, ALVIN, ELSA MAY, LUCILLE, OREAL, FINLEY ROY.
8-7 ALVIN LANE: born August 1915, Pulaski County, Kentucky. Married (1) OMA LUTTRELL, deceased, their children:
----9-1 WANZA INEZ LANE
----9-2 MYRTLE LANE
ALVIN LANE married (2) ELNA REDMAN. They live in Knighton, Indiana. Their children:
----9-3 DALE LANE
----9-4 TROY LANE
----9-5 JUDY LANE
----9-6 EUNICE LANE
----9-7 JOE LANE
----9-8 PATRICIA LANE
9-1 WANZA INEZ LANE: born 23 March 1935, Somerset, KY. Married (1) EDWARD ALLAN THOMAS 20 September 1953, Rantoul, IL. He born 25 August 1934, Rantoul. Their children:
----10-1 JEANNE RENEE THOMAS
----10-2 MARK ALLAN THOMAS
----10-3 STEVEN DALE THOMAS
----10-4 JEFFERY RICHARD THOMAS
WANZA INEZ LANE THOMAS married (2) ANTHONY JOSEPH SANSONE 18 October 1968, Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul, IL. He, born 12 July 1934, Latrobe, PA. and died 11 September 1988, American Fork, UT. No children.
10-1 JEANNE RENEE THOMAS: born 15 June 1954, Champaign, IL. married RICHARD RAY WILBUR 3 March 1979, Anchorage, AK. He, born 9 September 1952, Anchorage. Their children:
----11-1 MARK RICHARD WILBUR: born 6 April 1982, Anchorage
----11-2 LINDSAY LANE WILBUR: born 1 October 1985, Anchorage
10-2 MARK ALLAN THOMAS: born 25 August 1955, Died 16 October 1955
10-3 STEVEN DALE THOMAS: born 1 June 1958, Champaign, IL. Married DAWN VIRGINIA ALDRECH 20 December 1980, Rantoul, IL. She born 19 March 1958, Billings Air Force Base, Billings, MT. Their children:
----11-1 HOLY RENE' THOMAS: born 19 December 1983, Urbana, IL.
----11-2 KATELYN DIANE THOMAS: born 29 October 1985, Urbana, IL.
10-4 JEFFERY RICHARD THOMAS: born 15 June 1962, Champaign, IL Married JULIE ANN ARNOLD 29 September 1984 Rantoul, IL She born 1 June 1961, Champaign, IL. Their children:
----11-1 JARRETT RICHARD THOMAS: born 20 September 1989 Urbana.
----11-2 JORDAN ROSS THOMAS: born 25 November 1991, Urbana.
9-2 CHRISTINE MYRTLE LANE: born 12 June 1936, Somerset, KY Married EUGENE GUIDO BERARDI 11 September 1954 He, born 15 September 1931 Sanduski, OH and died 25 November 1968 Sanduski, she died 13 February 1990 Dayton, OH Their children:
----10-1 VICKI ANN BERARDI
----10-2 EUGENE LEONELLO BERARDI
----10-3 ELISA MARIE BERARDI
----10-4 ANNETTE MARIE BERARDI
----10-5 LINDA JEAN BERARDI
----10-6 JEAN ELIZABETH BERARDI
10-1 VICKI ANNE BERARDI: born 20 August 1955, Sanducky, OH. Married CHARLES ALBERT MULLER 23 May 1981 Sandusky He born 3 December 1952 Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Their child:
----11-1 GREGORY CHARLES MULLER: born 29 October 1984, Philadelphia, PA.
10-2 EUGENE LEONELLO BERARDI: born 12 February 1957, Sandusky, OH died 20 February 1957.
10-3 ELSIA MARIE BERARDI: born 2 March 1961, Sandusky, OH Married HOUSTON MERIDETH (SKIP) PROUT 24 October 1981, Sandusky, OH He born 3 November 1950 Sandusky Their child:
----11-1 BRANDON MERIDETH PROUT: born 21 December 1982, Sandusky
10-4 ANNETTE MARIE BERARDI: born 17 October 1963 Sandusky, OH. Married JOSEPH EDWARD BROWN 23 May 1987, Waimea Falls, Hawaii. He born 25 August 1954, Clermont County, OH Their child:
----11-1 AMANDA CHRISTINE BROWN: born May 1 1992 Cincinnati, OH.
10-5 LINDA JEAN BERARDI: born 14 July 1966 Sandusky. Married JEFFERY JORDAN 30 November 1987 Sandusky He born 26 August 1969 Their child:
----11-1 KELSY LYNETTE JORDAN: born 6 July 1991, Sandusky
10-6 JEAN ELIZABETH BERARDI: born 6 September 1968 Sandusky.
Children of Alvin Lane and Elna Redman: DALE,TROY,JUDY LEE, EUNICE,JOE, PATRICIA.
9-3 DALE LANE: born March 1939, Indiana. Married PEGGY MILLER 26 January 1957. Their children:
----10-1 TOMMY LANE: born 1 December 1960.
----10-2 JEFFERY LANE: born 19 1963.
10-1 THOMAS DEAN LANE born 1 December 1960 Greenfield IN Married ROXANNE RUTH HINER She born 9 June 1964 Greenfield Their child:
----11-1 JOSHUA CHASE LANE: born 4 June 1991 Greenfield
10-2 JEFFERY LEE LANE: born 19 July 1963 Greenfield,IN. Married LINDA MARIE THOMPSON She born 11 August 1964 Newcastle,IN. Their twins:
----11-1 KELTON MICHAEL LANE: born 11 February 1991, Greenfield
----11-2 COLBY ROSS LANE: born 11 February 1991.
9-4 TROY DELBERT LANE: born September 1940, Faubush, KY. Married BILLIE CHARLENE HOARD. She born 27 October 1950. Their children:
----10-1 BRENT ALLEN TROY LANE: born 14 September 1971, Newcastle, IN.
----10-2 KENT ANTHONY THOMAS LANE: born 29 August 1972, Newcastle
9-5 JUDY LEE LANE: born September 1942, Indiana. Married FREDRICK HAROLD GORMAN 3 September 1959, Greenfield, Indiana. Their children:
----10-1 TINA SUE GORMAN: born 1961.
----10-2 FREDRICK HAROLD GORMAN: born 1962.
----10-3 TAMMY ELAINE GORMAN: born 1964.
10-1 TINA SUE GORMAN: born 26 March 1961 Fort Hood, TX. Married BRENT J. MILLER 23 June 1978 Sevisville, IN. He born 29 May 1959 Their children:
----11-1 DANIEL J. MILLER: born 24 August 1978 Greenfield, IN.
----11-2 CHANDI SHAE MILLER: born 9 June 1981 Newcastle
----11-3 NEHEMIAH J. MILLER: born 8 November 1982 Newcastle
10-2 FREDRICK HAROLD GORMAN JR: born 29 November 1962 Rushville IN Married LISA K. MILLS 14 February 1987 Russell Springs, KY she born 4 November 1965 Their children:
----11-1 MARIA DAWN GORMAN: born 13 December 1987 Newcastle
----11-2 JAMES CODY GORMAN: born 13 December 1989 Newcastle
10-3 TAMMY ELAINE GORMAN: born 14 June 1964 Rushville, IN Child:
----11-1 JODI LEE GORMAN
9-6 WARREN JOE LANE: born 1 August 1944. Charlottesville, In. Married WANDA FAYE PHELPS 3 Oct. 1956, Knightstown,IN. She was born 21, March 1949, Knightstown, IN. She, born 21 March 1949, Franklin, IN. Their children:
----10-1 PAMELA FAYE LANE
----10-2 BRIAN VICTOR LANE
----10-3 TIMOTHY JOE LANE
10-1 PAMELA FAYE LANE born 27 July 1968, Tushville, Indiana. Married DARREN YEAATES GREENE 18 October 1986, Knightstown, Indiana. He born 21 February 1966, Richmond, Indiana. Their children:
----11-1 LINDSEEY MICHELLE GREENE: born 20 October 1987, New Casrle, Indiana
----11-2 STEPHANIE JO GREENE: born 22 September 1990, New Casrle
10-2 BRIAN VICTOR LANE: born 23 November 1970, rushville, Indiana. Married JEANNE RENE RAYBURN 23 January 1993. She borbn 21 December 1872, Moorehead, Kentucky.
10-3 TIMOTHY JOE LANE: born 18 August 1972, New Castle, Indiana.
Children of Thomas Alvin Lane and Elva Lee Redmon: THOMAS DALE, TROY DELBERT, JUDY LEE, WARREN JOE, EUNICE KAY, PATRICIA ANN.
9- EUNICE KAY LANE: born 11 November 1945, Charlottesville, Indiana. Married MARVIN THEODORE BURMMETT 14 March 1970. He born 20 May 1946, New Castle, Indiana. Their children:
----10-1 JENNIFER KAY LANE: born 5 February 1967. Rushville, Indiana
----10-2 MARCUS LEE BRUMMETT: born 30 October 1972. New Castle, Indiana
----10-3 SHAWN T. BRUMMETT: born 17 July 1975, New Castle
9-8 PATRICIA ANN LANE: born 19 April 1948, New Castle, Indiana. Married ROGER DEAN ROY 27 April 1968, Knightstown, Indiana. He born 30 August 1946, Greenfield, Indiana. Their children:
----10-1 DEANNE LACHELLE ROY: born 16 July 1969, New Castle, Indiana
----10-2 ROGER DEAN ROY, JR.: born 21 December 1971, New Castle
Children of Abbie McGahan and Victor Lane: LILLIE ELLEN, LOLA MYRTLE, OTHA LEWIS, ONA C. LENVILLE EVERETT, ELSE MAY, LUCILLE, ROEAL, FINLEY ROY.
8-8 ELSA MAY LANE: born January 1917, Pulaski county, Kentucky. Married ANDREW GOWN. She lives in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Their children:
----9-1 ARLENE JO ANN GOWN
----9-2 SANDRA ELAINE GOWN
----9-3 JAMES GOWN
9-1 ARLENE JO ANN GOWN: born November 1942. Married ROBERT LEE JASIMAKI.
9-2 SANDRA ELAINE GOWN: born 1945, Michigan. Married RICHARD LEE BENEKE. Their children:
----10-1 CYNTHIAA SUE BENEKE: born May 1964
----10-2 DEBORAH ANN BENEKE: born July 1966
9-3 JAMES GOWN: born March 1947 in Florida. Married ALICIA FERNANDON
8-9 LUCILLE LANE: born September 1921, Faubush, Kentucky. Married STANLEY GEIGER. She died December 1959, buried at Spring Grova Cemetery, Cincinatti, Ohio. No children.
8-10 OREAL LANE: born April 1923, Faubush, Kentucky. He lives in Faubush, never married
8-11 FINLEY ROY LANE: born September 1925. Married RUTH WILSON 19 October 1946, Jamestown, Kentucky. They live in Faubush, Kentucky. Their children:
----9-1 DARMAR RAY LANE: born August 1947
----9-2 CHARLES DOUGLAS LANE: born November 1955
----9-3 NANCY JANELL LANE: born 1963
Abbie McGahan Lane's line
Doris Norfleet Sparks, Dayron, Ohio, 1962
Maxine Wright Holder, Russell Springs, Kentucky, 1967 From information by Lillie Ellen Wright's old Bible