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The Genealogy of the Lovelace Family

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The Green Cemetery is located a short distance from the Pine GroveIndependent Baptist Church on the Flat Hollow Rd. There areapproximately 18 graves that are marked with field stones or unmarked.The Cemetery is fenced and is well maintained. 
Dyke, James F (I8454)
 
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Smith, Unknown (I6942)
 
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Smith, Unknown (I8168)
 
4 William T. Dyke, son of William Laufton Dyke and Elizabeth McNew, wasborn around 1829 in Claiborne Co, TN. He is found in the 1850 CampbellCo, TN Census, one year before he married. He is in the household ofWiley Graham who was a Blacksmith. William is listed as being 18 yearsold, born in TN and a farmer. He is listed in the 1880 Census, along withwife, Judith. On the 1890 Veteran's Special Census, He was listed asHome #7, Family #28, Post Office as Well Spring, TN, and he listeddiarrhea, pain in side and Rheumatisim as his disabilities.

Per Tom Dykes, William Dike, 2nd TN Infantry Regiment, Co. E,Federal, Enlisted June 10, 1863, honorably discharged August 3, 1865.Private, served 2y 1m 23d. Was in the battle of Rogersville Nov. 6, 1863.Was one of the 31% of the 2nd TN Inf that was not captured that day. Hisfather-in-law, Franklin Moss Smith, was a confederate. Must have madeinteresting talk at the supper table. There is a interesting story toldby Frank Jones per Tom Dykes, that William left Campbell County bytelling the Rebels at the roadblocks, that he was going to cut wheat fora rich sympathizer, the Miller family, in northern Campbell County. Oncepast the roadblocks, he threw his cradle into the woods and headed northover the mountains to join the Union Army.

He married Judith Ann Smith, daughter of Franklin Smith and SusannahViney McHenry. They married on Nov. 9, 1851, in Campbell Co, TN, when hewas around 19 years old. This marriage is confirmed by book ofMarriages for Campbell Co, TN. To this Union was given 7 children.

Some say that after hearing that his father was killed in Gate City,VA, William told his wife, Judith, that he was going to kill the man thatkilled his father. When he returned, it was never mentioned again.

William and Judith built a log cabin on property near the DykeCemetery. The cabin was constructed of large poplar logs, about 24" indiameter. It was a one room cabin with sleeping quarters in one end anda fireplace in the other end. A kitchen was built later. The cabinremained until the early 1900's, before 1940, when Thomas Henry 'CuttinBox' Dyke and wife, Cordelia, had logs sawed into boards. Frank Joneswas born in the cabin and raised there by grandparents until he was 13 or14 years old.
William died before 1912. He is buried in the Dykes Cemetery,located about a fourth of a mile on the road to the left of the PineGrove independent Baptist Church on Flat Hollow Rd. A Picture of hisHeadstone is available upon request. There is no dates listed onHeadstone; just "Civil War Vet."

Children:
1. Oty C. Dyke
2. Franklin Dyke
3. Thomas Dyke
4. Martha Dyke
5. Susan Dyke
6. James F. Dyke
7. George D. Dyke


NOTES:

1850 Campbell Co, TN Census
Wiley Graham 32 Blacksmith
Clarissa 26
Tyler 9
Homer 7
Lucius 5
Elizabeth 3
Martha 1/12
William Dyke 18 Farmer Born TN
Narcissa Montgomery 15 Female Born TN 
Dyke, William T (I8271)
 
5 A Elkana Hartzoge is listed as being buried in St. Matthews UnitedChurch Of Christ Cemetery in Maiden, North Carolina. This is the cemeterywhere a lot of Hartzoges are buried, along with a coupld of Hartsoes. Ithink this is probably him, but it needs to be checked out and confirmed. Hartzoge, Elkana (I6527)
 
6 In Lanier and Quintina's marriage bond, they are listed as QuintyLittle and Lenyer Chaney. Hendson Williams is the bondsman.

Quintina is listed in the 1850 US Federal Census, age 16, living inUnion County, North Carolina with her husband, Lanier Chaney (age 20).

She is listed in the 1880 US Federal Census, age 47, living in Monroe,Union County, North Carolina, with her husband Lanier (50), and theirremaining children Robert (16), James (13), Laura (10), and Lattie (6). 
Little, Quintina (I154)
 
7 Lanier served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He was inCompany I, 53rd NC Inf. serving from May of 1862 until at least Feb. of1865.

In Lanier and Quintina's marriage bond, they are listed as QuintyLittle and Lenyer Chaney. Hendson Williams is the bondsman.

His father is listed in some databases as being Jackson Chaney, and asbeing William Chaney, Jr. in others. Thus far I've found no concreteproof either way, but it seems more likely that Jackson is his father.Jackson would have been 21 when Lanier was born. William would have been61. Also, Lanier served during the Civil War in the same regiment as NoahChaney (the two are often listed together), who would be his brother ifJackson was his father.

In short, listing Lanier as the son of either Jackson or William isbased largely on conjecture. I'll keep looking for more definitive proof.

He is listed in the 1850 US Federal Census, age 20, living in UnionCounty, North Carolina with his wife, Quintina (age 16).

He is listed in the 1880 US Federal Census, age 50, living in Monroe,Union County, North Carolina, with his wife Quintina (47), and theirremaining children Robert (16), James (13), Laura (10), and Lattie (6).

 
Chaney, Lanier (I153)
 
8 Myrtle is buried in Section 3, Plot 121 or 123, in Evergreen Cemetery, Charlotte, North Carolina. She is buried beside her husband, Allen Lovelace, who was about the same age as she. It is assumed that they were either separated or divorced at the time of Allen's death, because family tradition holds that he was living in Johnson City, Tennessee, and Myrtle was living in Charlotte, North Carolina. It may be a safe assumption that Myrtle was responsible for burying Allen, although I have not ruled out the possibility that they may have had children, who buried them together.

Link @ Find-A-Grave

 
Prince, Myrtle L (I9628)
 
9 Name possibly Unicy.

She is listed in the 1850 census with her husband, Jackson. Accordingto the census record, her age in 1850 was 38. 
Helms, Eunice Amelia (I344)
 
10 !"Thomas Bunyan was a primitive baptist minister, served in the civil warand was once a State Rep. from Cleveland Co. AR. He crossed the MS riverat Memphis on the day Abraham Lincoln was ELECTED president, not the dayhe took office. I even have a letter written in his own handwritingshortly after he got to AR. He was much loved and loved to debate theBible. All his children were excellant musicians, some even taughtsinging schools, some of the girls taught school. His door was alwaysopen and he took in several who needed homes."
(From a letter by Reba Little Inzer dated 14 Feb 2000.)


To Armstead Little
State of Arkansas, Jefferson County
December the 8th day of A D 1860
Dear and affectionate brother and family.
I seat myself for the first time to drop you a few lines to let you knowthat we are still preserved and upheld in the enjoyment of good healthand hoping this my little address to you will go safe and meet you all inthe full enjoyment of health, both of body and mind.
I want you to excuse me for not writing to you sooner as the chance wasbad whilse on the road and since I got here I have to be busy at work, soI concluded to write tonight, but it seems that I have nothing of muchinterest to write at this time. I have nothing or so much I don't knowwhere to begin.

We had very good weather on the road with the exception of a few rainydays. We found pervisions plenty on the road, though very hy in places. Isaw a great many curiosity on the road. North Carolina affords a greatmany curiosity on French Broad River, you can't draw any ida unles youcould see them. We was just 8 weeks, lacking one day.

I have got a peace of land, 240 acres in the tract. I think very goodland. You can learn in the letter to father what it cost. Land is gettingup very hye in this section of country. My land is in Jefferson County, amile or such a matter over the line.There is not much improvement on it.Me and D. H. Hinson has been making rails to fence my new ground. Wesplit a chinkey pin today in the branch bottom that made 11 good sizedrails to the cut. There is 10 acres of land choped of lacking some littlechoping. If it is planted in time I think I can make 25 bushels of cornto the acre on it the first year. It is real good land it it will produceaccording to its looks. I can make as much on 10 acres here as I could on30 where I left. There is a great difference in the way this countrymakes cotton and that it looks like it will pay a man to make cotton inthe country, and corn.

We came through Memphis on the day of the election. That is the largestplace that I ever saw and the best buildings and some of the meanestpeople.

I think it is a sight to see the quantity of steamboats that is on theMississippi. We crossed that evening and went back to Memphis on the sameboat to get some meat and other things. They took us over free, that'safter the waggons went over. They charged us 25 cents a wheel and 25cents a head except the drivers. It cost me $2.75 to get over, then wehad bottom the most of the way to Pine Bluff. We passed through someprairie between White River and the Arkansas River that was 15 milesacross.

So I must quit for the present, but I could write more. Our things allgot here safe. The freight cost me $16.50.

Write to me as soon as you can.
Thos. B. Little

(This letter in its original handwritten form is in the possession ofReba Little Inzer. The handwriting is very eloquent and speaks of havinghad an excellent education for the time period. The letter is too old andin spots so yellowed, that it would not reproduce well enough to be ableto read with clarity. Some of the sentences are not punctuated well, noris the spelling always accurate, so we find a lot of "run on" sentences.For this reason I have tried to punctuate more accurately for betterread-ability in the typed version, but left the spelling as is. Nothinghas been deleted nor has anything been added to the original letter. Fromthe letter we learn exactly when he came to Arkansas.)

Thomas B. Little served in CSA in Co. K, Col. Asa Morgan's Regiment, 26thAR Infantry. Enlisted June 18, 1862 at Pine Bluff, Jefferson CO, AR.Deserted July 29 but returned August 25, 1862. Granted 12 day furloughOctober 1863. Compiled Service Record notation reads: "has joined theFeds" but there is no record of enlistment in a Union Regiment. Appointedmusician June 10, 1863, by order of Col. Morgan.
He played a fife in the band. His daughter, Jeanette Little Taylor, whilereminiscing to Reba, said that he kept the fife after the war and oftenplayed it for his children.

He told his children that once during the war he had phenumonia. He toldof how his mouth and lips were parched and dry from fever and how badlyhe wanted water but they would not let him have it. He remembers it wasraining and his thirst was so great that he crawled from his bed and intothe rain to get water.
(From Reba Little Inzer 3/10/2000)

Far in old North Carolina State
In youthful days with my playmates,
I thought I here in peace would stay,
But was condemned and forced away.
(Poem written by Thomas B. Little and quoted to Reba Little Inzer byJeanette Adeline Little Taylor, daughter of Thomas B. Little.)

Little, Elder T. B., of Rison. Ark..
Was born in Union County. N. C July 16, 1835 convicted of sin and saw hisjust condemnation under the law in his seventeenth year and for severalyears felt to be without God and without hope But in July 1860 he wasgiven hope in Jesus as his sin bearer and afterwards united with CaneCreek Church and was baptized by Elder N. M. Goodrich.

Elder Little tells how he began preaching in the following words: "Wewent in the house, he made a liitle talk and sang and prayed. He calledon me. I got up and told the brethren I wanted to talk a little aboutwhat Jesus came to do. I do not think of anything but the subject until Isaw all the brethren crying. The first thing I thought of was now youhave exposed your ignorance, disgraced the Old Baptists, they are sorryare for you and crying about it. I closed abruptly I guess, started outof the house, I wanted to out of company, when one of the brethren nearthe door said to me, 'How long did you talk?' I said 'fifteen minutes Iguess' He said 'If my watch tells the truth you talked an hour and fiveminutes.' I said 'your watch didn't tell the truth'. From then until nowI have been trying to preach and sometimes trying to quit. Have madeseemingly many failures, but it don't hurt so bad now as it did in myyoung days in the ministry." Elder Little was ordained in August 1872,has since had the care of churches and is a faithful loyal servant of theMaster.

(From: Biograhical History of Primitive Or Old School Baptist MinistersOf The United States, Edited By R.H. Pittman, Herald Publishing Co.,Anderson, Indiana. Transcribed by G.D. Buckley, Jr. 22 Mar 2000)

"I am a granddaughter of Rev. Thomas B. Little, thru his son, CaryAshley. He was a conscientious objector during the Civil War, (didn'tbelieve in taking lives) and was allowed to play the fife rather thancarry a gun. This I believe was the keynote to the love and respect hehad thru out Cleveland County. I never heard a harmful word about him. Hewas so honest and trustworthy. Pardon this little euolgy, but he was sucha man."

(From a letter written to Reba Little Inzer from Hattie Little Mayer,8606 Security Ct., Afton, MO, 63123, and dated July 28, 1965. Hattie wasthe daughter of Cary Ashley Little.)

Obituary: The Primitive Baptist, Vol. 35, Num. 24, August 1, 1920, byElder C. H. Cayce.

Obituary of Elder T. B. Little
Elder T. B. Little was born July 16, 1835, in Union (Anson) County, NCand was married to Nancy A. Tolson in that state. They moved to ClevelandCounty, AR in 1860. She preceded him to the grave in 1892. Elevenchildren were born to them, nine of whom are still living. In January,1895 he was married to Mrs. Jeanettie Parnell, nee Bryant, who surviveshim. Brother Little professed a sweet hope in Jesus in boyhood days, andunited with the Primitive Baptist Church at Cane Creek in Cleveland CO,AR in 1867, and was ordained to the work of the Ministry in 1872. He wasfaithful in the service of the Master as long as life lasted-true to hisconvictions of righteousness and truth. He quietly fell asleep in thearms of a loving Savior at 9 o'clock on Monday night, June 28, 1920, athis home in Rison, AR at the age of 84 years, 11 months and 12 days.

On Thursday before his death we visited him in his home. He was very weakthen, and could talk but very little. We asked him how it was with himthen, in his last days, in regard to the doctrine which he had beenadvocating during all these years, and he assured us that he was stillsatisfied with those principles. He said "Grace, Grace, Grace. His hopewas sweeter than ever before.

Bro. Little was a faithful and true husband, a loving and devoted father,a good neighbor, a good citizen, and a faithful minister of the gospel ofthe grace of God. He was an able defender of the truth, and was sincereand true in his convictions. He has labored devoutly and faithfully inthe churches in this county all these years, and will be greatly missed.His voice will be heard no more on earth proclaiming the riches of God'sGrace; but we are sure that in spirit he is today in the paradise of God,resting in the presence of the Lord.

Funeral services were conducted at the residence and at the familyburying ground, about five miles from Rison, by Elder John R. Harris, ofThornton, and the writer, (Elder C. H. Cayce), on Tuesday afternoon,after which his body was laid to rest in the family cemetery to await theresurrection morn, when we believe his body will be raised and madespiritual and immortal and fashioned like unto the glorious body of ourLord and Redeemer.

May the richest blessings of heaven rest upon his bereaved companion andchildren, and may He reconcile them by this grace, and bind up theirbroken hearts, and keep them under the shadow of the wing of His love, isour humble prayer.

Elder C. H. Cayce
(From the files of Reba Little Inzer)

. Obituary - T. B. Little, . "

TO THE MEMORY OF T.B. LITTLE
Far down among the lonely pines, Where the sad and solemn winds sweep,
There is a jewel-tis yours tis mine Forever wrapt in eternal sleep.
Fall many a year was well spent Among his friends on earth below,
And from his soul there came and went, No ill will for young or old.
His life ran like a silvery thread, Thru the acts of mankind;
Never in life could it be said, That he was untrue or unkind.
To what he understood was right He was as true as stars above
And with devotion he would fight For things that he adored and loved.
Then noble, sacred doest sleep on, You've gone but not forgotten here.
Although we feel so sad and lone We hold your life a jewel rare.
C.A. Little."
(The Cleveland County Herald - July 22, 1920. Found at::ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/cleveland/obit/clv-1920.txt)

"History lives because people live - people who lived great lives. Theirmemory is kept green by those who cannot forget them. I am thinking ofReverend Thomas B. Little, a Primitive Baptist minister, who lived andserved in Cleveland County many years ago. The Primitive Baptists wereknown as Hardshell Baptists," and sometimes called "FootwashingBaptists." It was a great occasion when they had a special meeting andcarried out the letter of the New Testament admonition that "Ye wash oneanother's feet."

Brother Little was born in North Carolina and came to Arkansas in earlylife. He served in the Confederate Army in the War Between the States. Iam not sure just when he came to this state, but I do know that helocated on a farm in what was known as the Lehigh community, northeast ofwhere Rison was to be later located. It was here that he reared a largefarnily of sons and daughters. My father once taught school in thatcommunity and board-ed in the Little home, so it was in early life Ilearned much about this rugged character, the impressions of which haveremained through the vears.

When I can first remember Brother Little had removed to Rison and hadbuilt a home on Magnolia Street, now occupied by Mrs. R Tolson. (Editor'sNote - Th residence is located at 404 Magnolia). As I recall he was thepastor of three Primitive Bapti churches in Cleveland County - CaneCreek, which was near Kedron, Mt. Perron, near Kingsland, and a church onthe Cleveland-Bradley county line, near old Hollis Special. I know thatCane Creek Church disbanded man years ago. I do not know about the otherchurches.

Brother Little once represent Cleveland County in the lower house of theState Legislature.

In the meteoric rise of Jeff Davis to political power in Arkansas he wasvigorously opposed by most the newspapers in the state. In his third termrace for governor when he was opposed by Justice Carroll D. Wood of theArkansas Suprem Court, it was said one of these was the Rison Bazoo,edited by C. A. Litttle; a son of Brother Little. When the governor andJudge Wood met in joint debate at Toledo, C. A. Little introduced hisfather to Governor Davis and remarked, "My father is a 'HardshellBaptist' preacher." The governor took Brother Little's hand and remarked,"I am a 'Hardshell' too. I believe in paying your 'debts, washing yourfeet, and saving your seed potatoes." Brother Little enjoyed this and issaid to have recalled it again and again through the years.

One day Brother Little was on his way to town from his home and when hechanced to pass where two of his friends were engaged in digging a hugehole in the ground. He stopped to inquire what they were about. One ofthem remarked, "We are digging a storm cellar." His "Hardshell" doctrineat once came to the surface. As he turned to leave he chuckled andremarked, "O ye of little faith."

No one who has lived in Rison was more beloved than was Brother T. B.Little. He died at his home in 1920, well advanced in years, leavingfootprints in the sand."

(Harold D. Sadler, "Footprints On The Sands Of Time" Column, (TheCleveland County Herald, Rison, Arkansas - 14 Mar. 1972)) 
Little, Rev. Thomas Bunyan (I830)
 
11 !AMary J. Spurlin, age 13 is listed in house #199 in the Cleveland
County
1870
Census, daughter of Jefferson Spurlin, age 37 and Margaret, age 36.
She is
also in the 1860 age 3, but her parents J.J. age 29, and Margaret 28.
!AMary J. Spurlin, age 13 is listed in house #199 in the Cleveland
County
1870
Census, daughter of Jefferson Spurlin, age 37 and Margaret, age 36.
She
is
also in the 1860 age 3, but her parents J.J. age 29, and Margaret 28.

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Spurling, Mary Jane (I11002)
 
12 !Burial: Oakland Cemetary
!SOURCE: (1) PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF MALINDA B. POOLE; MOTHER.

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Poole, Malinda Denise (I11319)
 
13 !dBirthdate is verified by Cleveland County Census which lists him in
1860 as
age 3, and 1870 as age 13

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Ledford, Julius Macklin (I10990)
 
14 !Heis listed in the 1860 Cleveland County census as age 28. A later
note
gave
his full birth and death date.

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Ledford, Lewis Mckee (I11450)
 
15 !Husband's husband's name supplied by Ralph Sullivan.

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Bridges, Charles (I11015)
 
16 !Husband's name supplied by Ralph Sullivan.

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Mitchem, Unknown (I11016)
 
17 !I did not change Ruby's place of birth. She may have given it to me
since we
collected lots of the Poole info with me. Iva Hill Reece had info
from
Maggie
that her mother was born in Lincoln County.

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Poole, Ruby Irdener (I11358)
 
18 !I have a note that Zion Hill Cem is in Berk Co, but add that it is
listed as
Cleveland Co. William was called "Webb".

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Ledford, William Alonzo (I10988)
 
19 !Known as "Wess"

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Williams, Wesley (I11001)
 
20 !Leedied at age 29 of a rare skin and bone disease that affected his
hands and
feet. Source of dates: Shuford Hatcher funeral records

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Poole, Lee Jr. (I11391)
 
21 !NICKNAME: "Mate"
!Source: Bible of Carl Miller Poole; Information collected from
cemetery
records collected by Carl Miller and dictated to his daughter, Ida

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Poole, Carl Miller (I11351)
 
22 !She is listed in the 1860 Cleveland County census as age 27

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Parker, Annie (I10991)
 
23 !She is listed in the 1860 Cleveland County census as age 27.

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Williams, Annie (I10987)
 
24 !She was known as "Cary".

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Wellmon, Catherine (I11045)
 
25 !SOUCE:Mrs."Bill" Kester Poole during her lifetime; death information
from her
obituary.

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Carswell, Buna Etta "Bill" (I11423)
 
26 !Source: 1850 Census reported him as age 32
.

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Wellmon, Enick (I11488)
 
27 !Source: Clarence Wellmon

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Talent, Patience Or Pash Susann (I11219)
 
28 !Source: Clarence Wellmon

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Wellmon, Bessie (I11220)
 
29 !Source: Clarence Wellmon

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Wellmon, Sally (I11221)
 
30 !Source: Clarence Wellmon

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Wellmon, Abraham Hollifield (I11222)
 
31 !Source: Clarence Wellmon

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Wellmon, Sidney Estes (I11223)
 
32 !Source: Clarence Wellmon

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Wellmon, Bertha (I11224)
 
33 !Source: Clarence Wellmon who said Elizabeth was 18 and Enich was
about
53.
Elizabeth was living in Enick's household as housekeeper taking care
of
his
mother, Mary Wilson. They married after Finette died. No children
born
to
either of Enick's marriages.

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Haney, Elizabeth Cornelia (I11061)
 
34 !Source: Clarence Wellmon, her son. Died of Blugarian disease (ALS).

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Smith, Rochelle (I11231)
 
35 !Source: Clarence Wellmon.

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Wellmon, Nancy (I11035)
 
36 !Source: Clarence Wellmon.

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Beam, Hulda (I11039)
 
37 !Source: Clarence Wellmon.

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Wellmon, Grady Monroe (I11226)
 
38 !Source: Clarence Wellmon.

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Wellmon, Annette (I11228)
 
39 !Source: Clarence Wellmon.

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Wellmon, Joseph Clifton (I11229)
 
40 !Source: Clarence Wellmon. John died in Goldsboro during Civil War
as
result
of wound he received in battle. He and Hulda had no children, but he
had
fathered a "bastard" child by Jane Dalton.

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Wellmon, John F. (I11040)
 
41 !Source: Clarence Wellmon. Moved to Jennings, Indiana about 1818/19.
Had 5
children. Only 1 of her sons married.
!Source: Clarence Wellmon. Moved to Jennings, Indiana about 1818/19.
Had 5
children. Only 1 of her sons married.

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DON 
Wellmon, Elizabeth (I11037)
 
42 !Source: Cleveland Gardner's abstract of HISTORICAL SKETCH OF WILLIAM
WELLMON

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Young, Martha (I11048)
 
43 !Source: E.M. Poole records

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DON 
Wright, Margaret (I11071)
 
44 !Source: E.M. Poole's Book of R. has note saying Paul became a very
wealthy
businessman in Asheville, N.C.

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DON 
Wellmon, Paul (I11113)
 
45 !Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.

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DON 
Wellmon, James G. (I11465)
 
46 !Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.!Source:
Effie Hoyle, sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.!Source: Effie
Hoyle, sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle,
sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle,
sister.!Source: Effie Hoyle, sister.

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DON 
Wellmon, Infant (I11306)
 
47 !Source: Effie Wellmon Hoyle

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DON 
Hoyle, Gaston (I11134)
 
48 !Source: Effie Wellmon Hoyle

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DON 
Hoyle, William Burley (I11135)
 
49 !Source: Effie Wellmon Hoyle, sister

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DON 
Wellmon, Riley (I11468)
 
50 !Source: Effie Wellmon Hoyle, sister

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DON 
Wellmon, C Pinkney (I11469)
 

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