Esther Foster1

F, b. 1785, d. 7 June 1835
     Esther Foster was born in 1785 at Pittsgrove, Salem County, New Jersey.1,2 Her married name was Osborn.3 She married Ethan Osborn at Pittsgrove, Salem County, New Jersey, on 8 May 1822.1,4 Esther Foster died on 7 June 1835 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey; aged 51 yrs.1 She was buried at Cumberland County, New Jersey; Old Stone Church Cemetery.3

Family

Ethan Osborn b. 21 Aug 1758, d. 1 May 1858

Citations

  1. [S1108] Thomas Osborn Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…, p 662.
  2. [S1115] Beriah B. Hotchki, Osborn Ethan biography, p. 96.
  3. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  4. [S1115] Beriah B. Hotchki, Osborn Ethan biography, p. 95.

Ruth T. Osborn1

F, b. 5 September 1799, d. 4 June 1836
FatherEthan Osborn1 b. 21 Aug 1758, d. 1 May 1858
MotherElizabeth "Sally" Riley1 b. 30 Jan 1775, d. 9 Oct 1817
     Ruth T. Osborn was Her gravestone says she left 4 children.1 She was born on 5 September 1799 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey.2,3 Her married name was Thompson.1 She married Benjamin Thompson at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey, on 16 March 1825.2,3 Ruth T. Osborn died on 4 June 1836 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey, at age 36; age 36 yrs; buried in the Old Stone Church Cemetery.2,3 She was buried at Old Stone Church Cemetery, Cumberland County, New Jersey.1

Family

Benjamin Thompson b. 11 Feb 1801, d. 24 Oct 1866
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1108] Thomas Osborn Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…, p 662.
  3. [S1115] Beriah B. Hotchki, Osborn Ethan biography, p. 95.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Murphy;Cohen;Barbera;Daviso;Gayton;McGrath;Thornton;Read;C ostantini;Graff;Payne.

Benjamin Thompson1

M, b. 11 February 1801, d. 24 October 1866
     Benjamin Thompson was born on 11 February 1801 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey.2 He married Ruth T. Osborn at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey, on 16 March 1825.2,3 Benjamin Thompson died on 24 October 1866 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey, at age 65.2

Family

Ruth T. Osborn b. 5 Sep 1799, d. 4 Jun 1836
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1108] Thomas Osborn Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…, p 662.
  3. [S1115] Beriah B. Hotchki, Osborn Ethan biography, p. 95.
  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Murphy;Cohen;Barbera;Daviso;Gayton;McGrath;Thornton;Read;C ostantini;Graff;Payne.

Ethan Osborn1

M, b. 12 June 1801, d. 6 August 1811
FatherEthan Osborn1 b. 21 Aug 1758, d. 1 May 1858
MotherElizabeth "Sally" Riley1 b. 30 Jan 1775, d. 9 Oct 1817
     Ethan Osborn was born on 12 June 1801 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey.2,3 He died on 6 August 1811 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey, at age 10; age 10 yrs 55 days; buried Old Stone Church Cemetery.2 He was buried at Old Stone Church Cemetery, Cumberland County, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1108] Thomas Osborn Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…, p 662.
  3. [S1115] Beriah B. Hotchki, Osborn Ethan biography, p. 95.

Harriet Seymoure Osborn1

F, b. 30 October 1810, d. 2 September 1816
FatherEthan Osborn2 b. 21 Aug 1758, d. 1 May 1858
MotherElizabeth "Sally" Riley2 b. 30 Jan 1775, d. 9 Oct 1817
     Harriet Seymoure Osborn was born on 30 October 1810 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey.3,1 She died on 2 September 1816 at Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, New Jersey, at age 5; age 5 yrs 10 mo.3 She was buried at Old Stone Church Cemetery, Cumberland County, New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S1115] Beriah B. Hotchki, Osborn Ethan biography, p. 95.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  3. [S1108] Thomas Osborn Family, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/…, p 662.

Jonathan Butterfield1

M, b. circa 1671, d. 2 June 1744
FatherJonathan Butterfield1 b. c 1633, d. 3 Apr 1673
MotherMary Dixon1 b. 17 Jan 1649/50, d. 8 Apr 1673
     Jonathan Butterfield was born circa 1671 at Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He married Ruth Wright at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 20 March 1693/94.2 Jonathan Butterfield died on 2 June 1744 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; email from Rhett Owings: 'field driver for Menotomy, 1693; lived at Foot of Rocks; joned 2nd Pct church at its organization 9 Sep 1739; farmer in W Cambridge, MA (now Arlington) in a scouting party in Feb 1706 in the Indian Wars' (quoting Gozzaldi, History of Cambridge, MA, Supplement & Index, 1930, p. 99; Cutter, History of Arlington, MA, 1880, p. 199; Paige, History of Cambridge MA 1877 p. 505.)2

Family

Ruth Wright b. 21 Nov 1674, d. 11 Jan 1754
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Caldwell Family Tree.

Mary ?1

F, b. 1598, d. between 1620 and 1650
     Mary ? was born in 1598 at Whitechapel, County Middlesex, England.1 She married John Wakefield at Gravesend, County Kent, England, say 1617.1 As of 1617,her married name was Wakefield.1 Mary ? died between 1620 and 1650 at County Kent, England.1

Family

John Wakefield b. Nov 1593, d. 1631
Child

Citations

  1. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Ponder Family Tree.
  2. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Mary Barnes1

F, b. circa 1662, d. between 1700 and 1710
     Mary Barnes was born circa 1662 at Maryland; guess. She married William Wakefield, son of Thomas Wakefield and Hester ?, on 2 August 1682 at Maryland.1 Her married name was Wakefield.1 Mary Barnes died between 1700 and 1710 at Virginia; Guess.

Family

William Wakefield b. 1648, d. 2 Dec 1709

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

William Wakefield1

M, b. circa 1700, d. between 1740 and 1790
FatherAbel Marler Wakefield1 b. 1668, d. 26 Feb 1731
MotherElizabeth Brooks1 b. 1672, d. c 1755
     William Wakefield was born circa 1700 at Charles County, Maryland.1 He married Elizabeth ? at Maryland.1 William Wakefield died between 1740 and 1790 at Maryland.1

Family

Elizabeth ? b. c 1700, d. bt 1730 - 1790

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Elizabeth ?1

F, b. circa 1700, d. between 1730 and 1790
     Elizabeth ? was born circa 1700 at Maryland. She married William Wakefield at Maryland.1 Her married name was Wakefield.1 Elizabeth ? died between 1730 and 1790 at Maryland.

Family

William Wakefield b. c 1700, d. bt 1740 - 1790

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Henry Wakefield1

M, b. 1740, d. between February 1790 and February 1792
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. bt 1720 - 1724, d. a 1791
MotherMary ?1 b. c 1720, d. bt 1791 - 1800
     Henry Wakefield was born in 1740 at Virginia.1 He married Jane Allen, daughter of John Allen and unknown wife ?, circa 1760 at North Carolina.1 Henry Wakefield lived; VA, NC, SC.1 He witnessed the New Tag of Henry Wakefield on 8 May 1760 at Albemarle County, Virginia; 8 May 1760 Henry Wakefield deeds land to his sons Henry Jr, William, and John in Albermarle Co VA (Mike Wakefield quoting Albermarle Co VA Deed Book 2). Henry Wakefield lived with Henry Wakefield in 1771 at Burke County, North Carolina; 1771 Among 111 inhabitants of Catawba, Yadkin, and Three Creeks who petitoned for new county to be called Burke were John Wakefield, Sr John Wakefield Jr Charles Wakefield, Moses Wakefield, Henry Wakefield, Sr., Henry Wakefield, Jr.. Henry Wakefield left a will in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' He died between February 1790 and February 1792 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; not on 1790 census, returned Feb 1792 (see wife Jenny.)1 He 5-8-1760 rcvd 91 acres of land from his father [Albermarle Co, VA?] Roll No 793, estate of H. Wakefield, will of Henry Wakefield, signed 25 Sep 1790, 'of Abavel County, planter;' proved 30 Jan 1799. Wife: Jeney Wakefield. Son: Alan Wakefield. Son: William Wakefield. Dau Jane Dau Mary Dau Margret Dau Nancey Dau Betsey Dau Rachel. Mention of 150 pounds that is coming for my land in NC. Executor 'my well beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield.' Witnesses Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, Jane [x] Payne. Only papers in estate packet. Brl. Copy of above will on order. As listed in the will, Margrete, Betsey, and Rachel with husbands William Matthews, Enoch Berry, and Willoughby Pugh. Uncertain as to which spouse belongs to which sister. Enoch Berry was in Pendleton Co SC 1804 witness to deed where William Wakefield sold 494 acres of land on Choestoe Ck. Both Wm Wakefield and Enoch Berry left after this to come to TN. Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, SC State Archives, Columbia, to Loretta DeWitt Berry 'I believe this Henry Wakefield to be the son of another Henry Wakefield of Albermarle Co VA. I've been trying to find a copy of the deed where Henry Wakefield deeds to his sons Henry, John, and sons lands in Albermarle Co, VA. There is also a Henry Wakefield- Sr./Jr. - in Rowan County signing a petition for another county to be formed.1'

Family

Jane Allen b. c 1740, d. 1795
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Jane Allen1

F, b. circa 1740, d. 1795
FatherJohn Allen1 b. c 1720, d. bt 1750 - 1790
Motherunknown wife ?2 b. c 1720, d. bt 1750 - 1790
     Jane Allen was born circa 1740 at North Carolina.1 Jane Allen was also known as Jennette (Jenny) Allen. She married Henry Wakefield, son of Henry Wakefield and Mary ?, circa 1760 at North Carolina.1 Her married name was Wakefield.1 Jane Allen witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Jane was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 Census at Old Ninety Six, Abbeville, Abbeville County, South Carolina. 1790 SC census, 96 District, Abbeville (p. 58) - Jane Wakefield, 1 m 16+, 1 m 16-, 3 fwf, 1 slave. On page 58 Mary McWhirter is found, prob David McWhorter's widow (2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 3 fwf). On p 59 of SC 96 District is Moses McWhirter, 2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 5 fwf; also on p. 59 is Samuel DeWitt, 2 m 16+, 3 fwf. On p. 57 of 96 District was a 'Robert Allen.'
Possible reconstruction -- 1 male 16+ could be Allen M. Wakefield, single student at time. 1 male 16- don't know. 3 fwf includes Jane, Mary, and Margaret. Betsy's husband Willoughby Pugh not listed as head of household anywhere in SC, but perhaps they are living with David Pugh (3 males over 16, 3 under 16, 6 females) in Newberry County, SC..1,3 She died in 1795 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Jul 1795 Pendleton County, SC release of man slave by children of Henry & Jane
On p. 39 and 40, Pendleton County [SC] 'we William Matthews, David Pugh, Enoch Berry, Willoughby Pugh, Henry McWhertor, William Wakefield, Mary Wakefield, and Alan Wakefield, do free and let at liberty and nevermore to be bound a slave to enjoy an equal portion of liberty as any free white citizeen, a certain negro man named Bob, formerly slave of Henry Wakefield, deceased. Signed by William Mathus, Alan Wakefield, William Wakefield, Enoch Barry, Willoughby Pugh, David [his mark] Pugh, Mary Wakefield. William Matthews made oath he saw all sign except Henry McWhorter being all heirs of Henry Wakefield..10 July 1795 to John Wilson, JP, Henry McWherter did acknowledged he signed. Recorded 13 Jul 1795.1'

Family

Henry Wakefield b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Elinor ?1

F, b. circa 1750, d. between 1771 and 1790
     Elinor ? was born circa 1750 at Virgnia. She married William Wakefield, son of Henry Wakefield and Mary ?, circa 1770 at Virgnia.1 Her married name was Wakefield.1 Elinor ? died between 1771 and 1790 at Virgnia.

Family

William Wakefield b. bt 1740 - 1750, d. bt 1771 - 1790

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

John Wakefield1

M, b. between 1740 and 1750, d. between 1772 and 1790
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. bt 1720 - 1724, d. a 1791
MotherMary ?1 b. c 1720, d. bt 1791 - 1800
     John Wakefield was born between 1740 and 1750 at Virginia.1 He witnessed the New Tag of Henry Wakefield on 8 May 1760 at Albemarle County, Virginia; 8 May 1760 Henry Wakefield deeds land to his sons Henry Jr, William, and John in Albermarle Co VA (Mike Wakefield quoting Albermarle Co VA Deed Book 2). John Wakefield lived with Henry Wakefield in 1771 at Burke County, North Carolina; 1771 Among 111 inhabitants of Catawba, Yadkin, and Three Creeks who petitoned for new county to be called Burke were John Wakefield, Sr John Wakefield Jr Charles Wakefield, Moses Wakefield, Henry Wakefield, Sr., Henry Wakefield, Jr.. John Wakefield died between 1772 and 1790 at Burke County, North Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

William Wakefield1

M, b. 1765, d. 1830
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     William Wakefield was born in 1765 at Wakefield, Wake County, North Carolina.1 He was teacher & lawyer in Abbeville Co Sc.1 He witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' William Wakefield married Diana Varner circa 1792 at Wake County, North Carolina.1 William Wakefield was census 1790 circa 1792 at Pendleton District, Anderson County, South Carolina; 1790 census, 96 District, Pendleton County, SC, p. 81 - Wakefield, William, 1 m 16+, 0m 16-, 1 f. He lived; left SC 1804 to Smith Co TN; lived on Barren Co KY county.1 He 1800 census, Pendleton County, SC p. 25 William Wakefield, 3-0-0-1-0; 0-0-1-0-0; 0-0 given grant of 200 acres in Barren County on E fork Sugar Creek 12-2-1805. Book 27, p. 205, Grants S of the Green R 1797-1866, Kentucky Land Grants, by Willard Rouse Jillson. In 1804 William Wakefield sold 494 acres of land on Choestoe Ck SC. Both Wm Wakefield and Enoch Berry left after this to come to TN. Wm Wakefield came to Smith Co, left his land and rcvd grant of land in Barren Co KY where he remianed until 1811 or 1812; then he moved to IL where he died in 1818. Barbara R Langdon, Nov 1986, SC State Archives, Columbia, first settler in Belleville, St. Clair Co, IL 1810 1814 he was a candidate for Justice of the Peace William inherited slaves but set them free in IL being a Quaker and opposed to slavery. These slaves he is supposed to have brought from Barren County KY. There is a tradition that Diana BArnard, William's wife, was a grandaughter of Charles Wakefield who came fr New England around 1750, Diana's mother being a dau of Charles Wakefield. Wm was 6 feet 4 inches and his wife was 6 ft and heavily built. between 1810 and 1830.1 He died in 1830 at Saint Clair County, Illinois.1 He was line 5 or 6 yrs; then to IL Belleville, St. Clair Co 1810.1

Family

Diana Varner b. 1772, d. 1877
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Mary Wakefield1

F, b. 1774, d. 1806
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     Mary Wakefield was born in 1774 at South Carolina.1 She married an unknown person.1 She witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Mary Wakefield witnessed the census 1790 of Jane Wakefield; 1790 SC census, 96 District, Abbeville (p. 58) - Jane Wakefield, 1 m 16+, 1 m 16-, 3 fwf, 1 slave. On page 58 Mary McWhirter is found, prob David McWhorter's widow (2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 3 fwf). On p 59 of SC 96 District is Moses McWhirter, 2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 5 fwf; also on p. 59 is Samuel DeWitt, 2 m 16+, 3 fwf. On p. 57 of 96 District was a 'Robert Allen.'
Possible reconstruction -- 1 male 16+ could be Allen M. Wakefield, single student at time. 1 male 16- don't know. 3 fwf includes Jane, Mary, and Margaret. Betsy's husband Willoughby Pugh not listed as head of household anywhere in SC, but perhaps they are living with David Pugh (3 males over 16, 3 under 16, 6 females) in Newberry County, SC.1,2 Mary Wakefield died in 1806 at Pendleton District, Anderson County, South Carolina.1 She It seems that Mary Wakefield's dau Violet was raised by David Pugh and wife Nancy in SC. Violet Wakefield grew up and married Asa Smithson. will prepared by Barbara R Langdon Nov 1986, SC State Archives, Columbia, Roll #786, estate of Mary Wakefield signed 2 Dec 1806, proved 3 Jan 1807, of Pendleton District, being weak in body, to my beloved dau Violet, 'Enoch Berry of the TN state shall take my dau Violet under his immediate care.' Executors David Pugh and John Werner, Esq. Witnesses Thomas Stockdale, Jacob Loudermilk, and Thomas Selton. Estate of Mary Wakefield #786, appraisers Micajah Smithson, Wiliam W. Cockerham, Francis Jenkins. Among the items on the inventory: 8 earthen plates, 1 pewter dish, and 5 spoons. . .knives and forks, 1 large Bible [was sold for 5.25], 1 Hervy's Metin [meditation] and 1 hymn book, 1 black silk hat, a cardinal cloak, 6 petticoats, 1 habbit, 1 silk handkerchief.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Margaret Wakefield1

F, b. circa 1764, d. circa 1823
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     Margaret Wakefield was born circa 1764 at South Carolina.1 As of circa 1784,her married name was Berry.1 She married Enoch Berry at South Carolina circa 1784.2 Her married name was Matthews.1 Margaret Wakefield was census 1790 in 1790 at Pendleton District, Anderson County, South Carolina; 1790 census Pendleton County, 96 District Berry, Enoch, 1 m 16+, 1 m 16-, 4 fwf. Pendleton County SC tax list, column 7, 62, 1-1-4-00 (Heads of Families at the First Census 1790, South Carolina GPC 1972). Enoch would be the 1 male 16+, Rachel would be one of the 4 fwf. That means 3 fwf (daughters?) and 1 male 16- (one son)?1,3 She witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Margaret Wakefield witnessed the census 1790 of Jane Wakefield; 1790 SC census, 96 District, Abbeville (p. 58) - Jane Wakefield, 1 m 16+, 1 m 16-, 3 fwf, 1 slave. On page 58 Mary McWhirter is found, prob David McWhorter's widow (2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 3 fwf). On p 59 of SC 96 District is Moses McWhirter, 2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 5 fwf; also on p. 59 is Samuel DeWitt, 2 m 16+, 3 fwf. On p. 57 of 96 District was a 'Robert Allen.'
Possible reconstruction -- 1 male 16+ could be Allen M. Wakefield, single student at time. 1 male 16- don't know. 3 fwf includes Jane, Mary, and Margaret. Betsy's husband Willoughby Pugh not listed as head of household anywhere in SC, but perhaps they are living with David Pugh (3 males over 16, 3 under 16, 6 females) in Newberry County, SC.1,4 Margaret Wakefield died circa 1823 at Smith County, Tennessee; if she died shortly before Mr. Bery remarried.

Family

Enoch Berry b. 11 Dec 1763, d. 21 Sep 1848

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S43] Gary Rolph guess.
  3. [S330] TN GenWeb, 2000; dowloaded 28 Jun 02.
  4. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Nancy Wakefield1

F, b. 1760, d. between 1831 and 1840
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     Nancy Wakefield was born in 1760 at South Carolina.2,3 She married David Pugh circa 1785 at South Carolina.1 Her married name was Pugh.1 Nancy Wakefield witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Nancy Pugh was census 1810 in 1810 at Pendleton District, Anderson County, South Carolina; David Pugh 3 males 16-25; 1 male 26-44; 1 male 45+; 1 female 45+; 5 slaves. No indication that Violette is in their household as of 1810.4 She was census 1830 in 1830 at Pickens County, South Carolina; just two lines away from Asa Smithson, so probably the family that Violette lived with as she was growing up. David Pugh 1 male 60-70, 1 female 70-80. That means both were born about 1760.5 She died between 1831 and 1840 at South Carolina.

Family

David Pugh b. c 1760, d. bt 1830 - 1840

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S64] 1810 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, female 45+.
  3. [S67] 1830 census, online www.ancestry.com, 1 female 70-80.
  4. [S64] 1810 US Census, online www.ancestry.com.
  5. [S67] 1830 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Allen M. Wakefield1

M, b. between 1765 and 1770, d. 10 December 1808
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     Allen M. Wakefield was born between 1765 and 1770 at North Carolina.1 He witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Allen M. Wakefield witnessed the census 1790 of Jane Wakefield; 1790 SC census, 96 District, Abbeville (p. 58) - Jane Wakefield, 1 m 16+, 1 m 16-, 3 fwf, 1 slave. On page 58 Mary McWhirter is found, prob David McWhorter's widow (2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 3 fwf). On p 59 of SC 96 District is Moses McWhirter, 2 m 16+, 5 m 16-, 5 fwf; also on p. 59 is Samuel DeWitt, 2 m 16+, 3 fwf. On p. 57 of 96 District was a 'Robert Allen.'
Possible reconstruction -- 1 male 16+ could be Allen M. Wakefield, single student at time. 1 male 16- don't know. 3 fwf includes Jane, Mary, and Margaret. Betsy's husband Willoughby Pugh not listed as head of household anywhere in SC, but perhaps they are living with David Pugh (3 males over 16, 3 under 16, 6 females) in Newberry County, SC.1,2 Allen M. Wakefield married Elizabeth Betsy Thurman in October 1800 at Cumberland, Harlan County, Kentucky.1 Allen M. Wakefield died on 10 December 1808 at Barren County, Kentucky.1 He prob the Allen M. Wakefield who was appointed 24 Dec 1802 as one of the nine first circuit court judges of KY. see History of KY, by Lewis Collins (1924), p. 509. given 200 acres in Barren Co nr the Little Barren R, 10-2-1799 - see Bk III, p. 143, Grants S of the Green River [1797-1866], The Kentucky Land Grants, by Willard Rouse Jillson. Grants S of the Green River consist of 18 volumes of non-military head rights to 200 acres in the military reserve. First given as relief for squatters. Also found in grants S of Green R are grants to George McWhorter (Lincoln, Green R), Moses McWhorter (Logan Muddy River), John McWhorter (Lincoln, Green River), George McWhorter (Pulaski, Frozen and Cold Weather Creeks), John R. Wakefield (Cumberland, Wolf Creek). 1804 in KY acc to Barbara R. Langdon, SC Archives, in correspondence with Loretta D. Berry. Allen did not live in Barren County, KY, acc to Sandi Gorin who emailed Gary Rolph - 'The only Wakefield on the early [Barren County] tax records 1799 through 1810 is a William Wakefield.' Several old deeds, acc to her, mention him as being 'of Green Co, KY.' This would accod with the 1807 act amending the 1802 act establishing the circuit courts. That act named the eighth district as 'composed of the counties of Cumberland, Green, Adair, Wayne, and Pulaski,' and appointed Allen M. Wakefield to that district (he had previously been appointed 1802 to sit as one of the first circuit court judges, but original 1802 statute left location of where ead judge was to sit to the judges themselves sitting as a body -- see Governor James Garrard , Executive Journal, 1800-1804, #83-0004; Act establishing circuit courts 1802, and amendment 1804). 1799-1800 lawyer and surveyor Barren Co KY; 1803 circuit court judge AIS Census Report for KY (actually tax records; found at NARS, NE branch, p. 504) -- Allen M. Wakefield, of Green County, KY, no township listed, paid tax in 1800.1

Family

Elizabeth Betsy Thurman b. c 1770, d. 10 Oct 1821
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.

Elizabeth Betsy Thurman1

F, b. circa 1770, d. 10 October 1821
     Elizabeth Betsy Thurman was born circa 1770 at Virginia. She married Allen M. Wakefield, son of Henry Wakefield and Jane Allen, in October 1800 at Cumberland, Harlan County, Kentucky.1 Her married name was Wakefield.1 Elizabeth Betsy Thurman died on 10 October 1821 at Burkesville, Cumberland County, Kentucky.1 She was buried at Burkesville, Cumberland County, Kentucky.1

Family

Allen M. Wakefield b. bt 1765 - 1770, d. 10 Dec 1808
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Elizabeth Betsey Wakefield1

F, b. circa 1768, d. circa 1821
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     Elizabeth Betsey Wakefield was born circa 1768 at North Carolina.1 She married Willoughby Pugh at South Carolina circa 1790.1,2 Elizabeth Betsey Wakefield witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Her married name was Pugh.1 Elizabeth died circa 1821 at Callaway County, Missouri.1 She Willoughby Pugh came to Smith Co TN about 1804. About 1817 moved to MO and wife died there ca 1821. Willoughby returned to TN and died about 1828.1

Family

Willoughby Pugh b. c 1758, d. 14 Aug 1826
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1676] Genealogy.com, online www.genealogy.com, Descendants of David Pugh.

Rachel Wakefield1

F, b. between 1760 and 1769, d. August 1834
FatherHenry Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. bt Feb 1790 - Feb 1792
MotherJane Allen1 b. c 1740, d. 1795
     Rachel Wakefield was born between 1760 and 1769 at South Carolina.2 She married William Matthews circa 1785 at South Carolina.1 Rachel Wakefield witnessed the will of Henry Wakefield in January 1790 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; Will of Henry Wakefield, dated 30 Jan 1790 and proved 30 Jan 1799 in Abbeville Co, SC (Will Book C, p. 65), abstracted by Barbara R. Langdon, Nov 1986, at the SC State Archives, Columbia, SC; and sent to Loretta D. Berry - 'Bequeath to my dear beloved wife Jeny plantation I live upon during her life. One negro fellow named Robert during her life to her proper use -- and at her death, my negro fellow Robert to be freed. My stock, my rotation, fodder, corn, wheat, and things belonging to the plantation remain with my family. To my son Alan 50 pounds in horse flesh. Out of the 150 pounds coming for my land in NC, a plantation be bought for my son William. I will that my two daughters Jane and Mary be made up in equal portion to Margrete and Nancy. After death of my Jane the place I now live on be sold and money remaining be given and divided among my six daughters: Nancy, Margrete, Betsey, Rachel, Mary and Jane; beloved sons David Pugh and Alan Wakefield be my executors of will. Witnessed by Ledford Payne, William Wakefield, and [Jene] Jane Payne.1 ' Rachel Wakefield was census 1790 in 1792 at Abbeville County, South Carolina; p. 58 (Image 6 of 18) William Mathews 3 males 16+ 2 males 16-, 2 females;
p. 60 (Image 16 of 18) William Mathews 2 males 16+ 2 males 16-, 1 female.

1790 SC Heads of Families (Census) William Matthews (p. 58) 96 District, Abbeville Co (also found on that page Mary McWhorter and Jane Wakefield [we believe to be widow of Henry]) William- 3 white males 16+ 2 white males 16- 2 white females name next to Samuel Matthews, 1 male 16+, 2 f.3 As of between 1792 and 1795,her married name was Matthews.1 She and William Matthews lived between 1800 and 1832 at Jackson County, Georgia; From our Family Bible we find that Daniel Matthews, Senior, born in 1701 in Ireland, arrived in Virginia in 1720. His Wife is not mentioned, but 4 sons are,ie Daniel,Jr; Thomas; Samuel; and John. Daniel,Jr, was born in 1823 or 1825. He married "Mornen Adimon" [note: a cousin reports that his research has uncovered a "Mourning Addaman" who married a Matthews...so the spelling in the Bible may be incorrect]. This 2nd American Generation, lived in Mecklinburg Co., Va. The eight brothers I mentioned above were the sons of Daniel Jr. One of those eight brothers, William was my ancestor. He and some of his brothers crossed over the state line and enlisted from Lincoln Co.,N.C. to fight in the Revolutionary War. He later settled in Edgefield & Pendleton Districts in SC, where he married Rachel Wakefield. A couple years prior to 1800, they moved onto their Land Grant.4 Rachel Matthews was census 1820 in 1820 at Jackson County, Georgia; William Matthews 2 males 16-25; 1 male 45+; 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44, 1 female 45+; 8 agriculture; 2 male slaves 0-13, 2 14-25, 1 26-44; 2 female slaves 0-13, 1 14-25, 1 26-44. Total 6 free 9 slaves.5 She was census 1830 in 1830 at Jackson County, Georgia; William Matthews 2 males 60-69; 1 female 20-29; 1 female 40-49; 1 female 60-69. That would make William and Rachel both born 1761-1770.6 She died in August 1834 at Jackson County, Georgia.7 She and William Matthews email message, 2001, from Dan Matthews states: I will need to do a little more research on her, but William Matthews and his wife Rachel Wakefield, had three daughters in addition to sons Milton, Allen, Phineas, and William, jr. The daughters were Nancy [born-1792], Elizabeth, and Mary. I don't know if this helps you or not. Dan.

Family

William Matthews b. 10 Apr 1763, d. Aug 1855

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S67] 1830 census, online www.ancestry.com, 1 female 60-69.
  3. [S62] 1790 census, online www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S470] Dan Matthews, "Re: Isaac Matthews," e-mail to GenForums Matthews Familiy Genealogy Forum, Dec 2003.
  5. [S65] 1820 US census, online www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S67] 1830 census, online www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S471] Ancestry.com, Dec 2003.

William Wakefield1

M, b. circa 1755, d. between 1756 and 1790
FatherCharles Wakefield1 b. 1722, d. Jun 1815
MotherElizabeth Moore1 b. bt 1726 - 1730, d. bt 1800 - 1815
     William Wakefield was born circa 1755 at North Carolina. He was no other info in Jim Wakefield Report on Wakefields.1 He died between 1756 and 1790 at North Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Samuel Wakefield1

M, b. circa 1765, d. between 1766 and 1790
FatherCharles Wakefield1 b. 1722, d. Jun 1815
MotherElizabeth Moore1 b. bt 1726 - 1730, d. bt 1800 - 1815
     Samuel Wakefield was born circa 1765 at North Carolina. He was acc to Jim Wakefield's Report on Wakefields.1 He died between 1766 and 1790 at North Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.

Abel Wakefield1

M, b. 21 January 1764, d. 4 April 1836
FatherAbel Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. a 1815
MotherMary Anne Branson1 b. 1737, d. 1798
     Abel Wakefield was born on 21 January 1764 at Charles County, Maryland.2,3 He was fr Abstracts of Rev War Pension Files, abst by Virgil D.1 He married Margaret Jenkins at Charles County, Maryland, on 30 December 1782.3 Abel Wakefield lived; White (NatHist Pub Co, TN, 1992) @ Ct St Library.1 He 'Soldier was born 21 Jan 1764, soldier lived in Fairfax County, VA, and afterward moved to Stokes Co NC, then to Abbeville District, SC, then moved to Franklin Co IN, then moved to Bartholomew Co IN, then moved to Lawrence Co TN where he applied 8 Jan 1833.1' He was served on VA line in Rev; Pension # S3475.1 He died on 4 April 1836 at Lawrence County, Tennessee, at age 72.2,3

Family

Margaret Jenkins b. 1756, d. bt 1811 - 1820
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S1166] Myfamilyonline.com, online www.myfamilyonline.com.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, kelley_2013_07_08_01_2013-08-22.

Samuel Wakefield1

M, b. 1766, d. 1855
FatherAbel Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. a 1815
MotherMary Anne Branson1 b. 1737, d. 1798
     Samuel Wakefield was born in 1766 at Charles City, Charles County, Maryland.1,2 He married Elizabeth Scates at Maryland circa 1790.1 Samuel Wakefield was census 1800 in 1800; 1800 census Abbeville District SC, p. 16 Samuel Wakefield 3-0-0-1-0; 0-0-1-0-0; 0-0 Might be the same one?1 He died in 1855 at South Carolina.2

Family

Elizabeth Scates b. c 1770, d. bt 1791 - 1850

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Finerty/ Wakefield Family.

Elizabeth Scates1,2

F, b. circa 1770, d. between 1791 and 1850
     Elizabeth Scates was born circa 1770 at Maryland. She married Samuel Wakefield at Maryland circa 1790.1 Her married name was Wakefield.1 Elizabeth Scates died between 1791 and 1850 at Maryland.

Family

Samuel Wakefield b. 1766, d. 1855

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Finerty/ Wakefield Family.

Margaret Wakefield1

F, b. 1768, d. 1804
FatherAbel Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. a 1815
MotherMary Anne Branson1 b. 1737, d. 1798
     Margaret Wakefield was born in 1768 at Charles City, Charles County, Maryland; female 26-44 in 1810 census; over 45 in 1820 Cecil County MD census.2,3,4 Her married name was Bateman.1 She married Richard Bateman on 23 December 1800 at Charles County, Maryland; Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850
about Richard Bateman
Name:      Richard Bateman
Gender:      Male
Marriage Date:      23 Dec 1800
Spouse:      Margaret Wakefield
Spouse Gender:      Male
State:      Maryland
County:      Charles.5 Margaret Wakefield died in 1804 at Charles City, Charles County, Maryland; could not find in 1830 census (Gary Rolph Aug 2008.)4

Family

Richard Bateman b. bt 1756 - 1765, d. bt 1820 - 1830

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S64] 1810 US Census, online www.ancestry.com, 1810 United States Federal Census
    about Richard Bateman
    Name:
    Richard Bateman

    County:
    Charles

    State:
    Maryland.

  3. [S65] 1820 US census, online www.ancestry.com, 1820 United States Federal Census
    about Richard Bateman
    Name:
    Richard Bateman

    Township:
    Election District 2

    County:
    Cecil

    State:
    Maryland.

  4. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Finerty/ Wakefield Family.
  5. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Maryland Marriages 1655-1850.

Richard Bateman1

M, b. between 1756 and 1765, d. between 1820 and 1830
     Richard Bateman was born between 1756 and 1765 at Maryland; 2 males between 26 and 44 in 1800 census; no females (with 2 girls 10-15 and 1 male 10-15, indicating that Richard was probably born 1756 and 1766 and was married first about 1785.2 He married Margaret Wakefield, daughter of Abel Wakefield and Mary Anne Branson, on 23 December 1800 at Charles County, Maryland; Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850
about Richard Bateman
Name:      Richard Bateman
Gender:      Male
Marriage Date:      23 Dec 1800
Spouse:      Margaret Wakefield
Spouse Gender:      Male
State:      Maryland
County:      Charles.3 Richard Bateman died between 1820 and 1830 at Cecil County, Maryland; could not find in 1830 census (Gary Rolph Aug 2008.)

Family

Margaret Wakefield b. 1768, d. 1804

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S63] 1800 US census, online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Maryland Marriages 1655-1850.

Fawnie Wakefield1

F, b. circa 1768, d. circa 1830
FatherAbel Wakefield1 b. 1740, d. a 1815
MotherMary Anne Branson1 b. 1737, d. 1798
     Fawnie Wakefield was born circa 1768 at Charles County, Maryland.2 Her married name was Hayden.1 She married Clement Hayden at Charles County, Maryland, on 13 January 1786.1,2 Fawnie Wakefield died circa 1830 at Maryland.2

Family

Clement Hayden b. c 1760, d. c 1840

Citations

  1. [S1] Rolph and McMillin Ancestors [old Reunion file], 3/11/2002.
  2. [S47] Ancestry.com, online www.ancestry.com, Julia Benson Evans family tree.