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1 Name: Robert WALKER Jr. Birth: 1 Sep 1748 (Unknown) Death: Abt Surry County, NC Father: Robert WALKER Esq. (~1717-<1786) Mother: Unknown Robert WALKER Esq. (Abt 1717/20 - bef Aug 1786) & (Anne?) Robert WALKER Jr. (1 Sep ) & Mary JONES (1 Nov Jun 1853) William WALKER* (27 Mar Jun 1855) & Catharine KIMBREL (abt Aug 1835) Bartlett Yancy WALKER* (10 Oct Mar 1912) & Frances Nixon MAXEY ( ) Cyrus WALKER* (7 Jan Sep 1925) & Laura Etta MYERS (4 Jul May 1902) Everett Elmer WALKER (6 Feb ) & Linnie Ellen MACHLAN (30 Sep May 1974) Elsie Maureen WALKER (20 Nov Mar 1983) & Leo Newton COFFEY ( ) Leo Frederick COFFEY Misc. Notes HIS EARLY YEARS: I have recently (early 2008) exchanged a lengthy series of notes with Randy Walker (see notes with Robert Walker Esq.) and with Craig and Kathy Walker (who descend from Robert Jrs. Son Robert III). This draft is intended to incorporate their comments and corrections into my report on Robert Walker Junior. His birth date is taken from Quaker records, which will be discussed later. (The record would have originated in 1798, when Robert joined their church, and is presumably based on Robert's own reporting of his birth date.) Our first primary reference for Robert Junior is found in 1768, when he is listed with his father on the Rowan County North Carolina Tax list. Therefore he must have been "of age" and subject to the poll tax by that year. Their home would have been in the area of modern day Walkertown, NC. See discussion notes with his father. We have shown a marriage date of Robert and Mary Jones of 1775, although there are concerns about the accuracy of that date. See later discussion. However a marriage of about this time is roughly consistent with the births of his oldest children. There are several references to Robert Junior in the Surry County Court minutes see discussion with his father for more background. These references tell us that Robert Junior continued to live in the Walkertown area through at least February 1787, and in Surry County through at least 17 Nov The evidence of where he lived is indirect, but convincing. Robert Jr. was often assigned to "view" roads. This would be a normal civic duty of the time. And such activity would normally be assigned near the person's home. (See Surry Court Minutes for 12 Aug 1779, 18 Feb 1780, 16 Aug 1780, 14 Nov 1781, 14 May 1785, 10 Aug 1785, and 15 Feb 1787.) The "clue" to the location of these roads is in the names of the other people listed: Robert was on teams that were usually sent to "view the road from David Morrows house" to various destinations in various directions, and the viewing team often included David Morrow and William Dobson. And those names are prominent in the history of modern Kernersville, NC a Google search will tell you more about them and about the area that became Kernersville. Anyway, David Morrow's house was strategically located at a major crossroads, and Robert Walker's house was just a few miles away. That crossroads is now at the corner of Main and Mountain Streets in Kernersville and close to Walkertown. At the time it was where the Deep River Road (east west) crossed the Intercolonial Stage Line (aka Hillsboro Road, aka Great Philadelphia Wagon Road). This latter road ran all the way to Philadelphia, and passed near Bethlehem, PA, where the Moravian settlers of the area originated. Randy Walker reported: "I have a record that Robert received on 7 Aug 1787 a State Grant for 200 acres on Crooked Run of Little Yadkin River." This location would be about a mile north of the land held by his father, Robert Esq., 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 1 of 9

2 which in turn was just north of Old Richmond. The date is about a year after his father's death. Best guess is that Robert Jr. planned to expand holdings in that area, and maybe settle there? But within a short time thereafter a decision was made to split the county in two and abandon Richmond as a county seat, and that may have put a damper on Robert's plans for the area? MILITARY RECORD: We know that Robert served in the North Carolina Militia during the American Revolution. A list of men serving from Surry County can be found at: And we know that the "Robert Walker Junior" listed here is our man, again because of the names around him: Out of the 53 names listed after "Captain Henry Highland", we can find 40 of them in the Surry County Court Minutes as conducting business at the Surry County Courthouse. These are Surry County men! So there can be no doubt this is the right Robert from the right place. Robert also received vouchers of a type that were normally paid for being wounded. You will find two such vouchers, for Robert Walker, Salisbury District (that would include the Surry Militia), Vouchers #678 and #1438. Given the location, there is little doubt this is OUR Robert. See the following: There is another piece of evidence of his military service, but this one comes with problems: We found a land transaction as follows, indicating that Robert acquired land in Tennessee from rights based on his Revolutionary War service: "William (Wright) 1819 Assignee of Revolutionary Warrant #584, originally issued to Robert Walker, Jr, a John Armstrong Grant, entry officer of Claims for the Western Lands; 1800 acres in Green Co TN on Duck River, beginning where the soldiers' west boundary line crosses the said river the last time, etc.; issued 10 July On 1 October 1814 Robert Walker, Jr., assigned the warrant to Thomas Wright, who in March 1819 assigned it to William Wright in the presence of Wm. Cash." So what's the problem? Well, these warrants were supposed to be for "North Carolina regiments in the Continental Line", and our Robert was in the militia (i.e., NOT the regular Continental army). He therefore should have never been entitled to such a grant! We do however think there a real likelihood that Robert did get this grant - but it may well have been obtained under fraudulent pretenses. Consider: Who was one of the Walker family's closest friends? Martin Armstrong. And who was responsible for issuing the military (and other) grants? Martin Armstrong, and his brother John Armstrong. And who was at the heart of a tremendous scandal that developed over these Tennessee lands? Martin and John Armstrong. (Martin, at one time, held 50 land patents and 260,000 acres just for himself!} Craig and Kathy Walker sent the following reference, which explains a little more what was going on: Now, for the most difficult military claim: We found an unconfirmed report that at least one of the above Vouchers was issued for being wounded at the Battle of Kings Mountain on October 7, 1780, but we have NOT been able to verify. There are some rosters available of men who fought at Kings Mountain, and Robert is not on them. However it seems that none of these rosters claim to be complete. So it may be possible, but for the moment we have to say we have no evidence that Robert fought there. Other prime candidates for militia service from Surry County would be the Battle of Shallow Ford (14 Oct 1780), or the Battle at Guilford Courthouse (15 Mar 1781). The former was very near where Robert lived, the latter was the 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 2 of 9

3 next county east, and the home of his wife's parents. THE MISSING YEARS: I cannot find Robert between 17 Nov 1787 (he was a plaintiff in a Surry court case) and 1795 (when he appears on a Surry tax list in a another part of the county). Specifically, there is no Robert Walker in the 1790 census for Surry or Stokes County. (Or for Guilford County, see next discussion.) I may have one really weak clue: His son, William, was born in And in the 1850 census, William reported that he had been born in South Carolina. But the next child, Mary, was born in 1792, and the 1850 census for her says North Carolina. So maybe Robert lived in South Carolina briefly? (Two weaknesses to this theory: First, while there were six men named "Robert Walker" in the 1790 census for SC, NONE of them have a people count that matches Robert Jr's family. Second, William's son Bartlett Yancy, in the 1880 census, says father William was born in North Carolina although since B.Y. grew up in North Carolina he may have just assumed his father was born there?) Another theory: Maybe Robert had land dealings in Tennessee, which became a territory (i.e. no longer part of NC) in Maybe Robert and family went off to Tennessee, which was not party to the 1790 census? CAUTION: RE THE MISSING YEARS, AND INFORMATION INCONSISTENCIES! There is another theory, that is far more troublesome to those of us who have come to believe we are descended from Robert Walker Esquire, through his son Robert: Could it be that the Robert Junior we trace BEFORE these missing years, and the Robert we trace AFTER, are two DIFFERENT MEN? Randy Walker has seen suggestions that at the same time Robert Esquire and Robert Junior were living in Surry County, there was another Robert Walker and Robert Junior in Guilford County. Further, Craig and Kathy Walker have an uncle (H. Ray Walker) who did some research, and Ray claimed that they were descended a Robert Jr. living in Guilford County at the time the of the famous Revolutionary War Battle of Guilford Court House, that he owned land at the site of this battle, and that this Robert Jr. had at least two children born in Guilford County. If this is true, then there have to be two different men, because the Robert Jr. who is the son of Robert Esquire is clearly dwelling in Surry County in this time period. I had a look at Land Warrants in Guilford County, including the Rockingham County that was split off from the north half of Guilford in And there is indeed a Walker family present from at least And the men are using the names Robert, James, John and William. These names match those in Robert Esquire's family, but they are CLEARLY a different family. One wonders if they ultimately come from the same roots as Robert Esquire, perhaps even being connected to his brothers? Craig and Kathy plan to dig through 5 boxes of notes collected by their uncle over the July 4 weekend. Hopefully there will be something there to support or deny Uncle Ray's theory? Craig and Kathy Walker also raised another problem: They found a bio for Miles Walker, that talks about Miles' father Robert III. And it says Robert III (born 7 Dec 1783 per Quaker records discussed below) "was born in South Carolina, where he grew to manhood, and after marriage removed to North Carolina..." This implies his father Robert II was living in SC in But the Surry Court minutes seem to place Robert son of Robert Esq in Surry County NC in roughly that time period! If true, this is serious conflict. While it is possible Robert was moving about, it's awkward to explain. However the bio may have some credibility problems anyway: First, the phrase "after marriage removed to North Carolina" for Robert III may be problematic the tax lists discussed below show that Robert II was in Surry County by 1795, when Robert III would have been only 12 years old! Second, in the 1880 census, Miles himself says his father was born in VIRGINIA! So I consider the SC connection to be very tenuous. It is only about 5 miles from the Surry County home of Robert son of Robert Esq. to the edge of Guilford County, and only about another 10 miles farther to the Guilford Courthouse and the Quaker New Garden MM (see next discussion). Hopefully we will eventually show there was only one Robert Walker Jr. living in that narrow space, 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 3 of 9

4 and our case for descent from Robert Esquire will be confirmed. I still think it MOST likely that the Robert Walker found in Surry County before 1787 and the one after 1795 are the same person, but at the moment cannot prove it. THE QUAKER CONNECTION Robert Walker Jr. surfaces in Surry County again in 1795, and we'll discuss that in a moment. But we wouldn't be sure of him without his presence in some Quaker records from 1798, so we'll look there first. He became a Quaker when he was about 50 years old, and much information about him and his family can be found in church records. The information is readily available at Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 1 [database online]. Orem, UT: Ancestry.com, Original data: Hinshaw, William Wade. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume 1. Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Bros., This multi-volume series represents the complete genealogical data found in all records and minutes (known to be in existence) of all the Friends' Meetings ever organized. (Volume I) represents minutes and marriage records of the 33 oldest monthly meetings for North Carolina. Marriages, births, deaths, biographies, family genealogies, etc. have been taken from family bibles, family histories, monthly meeting minutes and records. The records for the Robert Walker family, and an explanation, follows. All of these entries are from the "Deep Creek MM" (This refers to the Deep Creek Monthly Meeting in Surry County, NC. The Deep Creek Friends Meeting was founded in 1793 and is still active today, in Yadkinville, NC. This is now Yadkin County, which was originally part of Surry County.) Robert Walker, Sr. b Mary Walker b ; d , aged 94 yrs. 7 mos. 9 das. (?) Ch: Ritchard b Robert, Jr. b Jamima b Anne b William b Mary b Nancey b WALKER. 1798, 5, 5. Robert recrq. 1798, 12, 1. Mary rocf New Garden MM, dated 1798, 10, , 4, 6. Richard, Robert & William recrq of father, Robert. 1799, 4, 6. Jemima, Anna & Mary recrq of father, Robert. 1806, 3, 1. Richard dis mou. 1806, 12, 6. Robert dis. 1811, 5, 4. Anna Barnard (form Walkir) dis mou. 1818, 9, 5. William dis mou. 1819, 2, 6. Nancy dis. 1825, 6, 4. Robert dis. 1826, 7, 1. Precilla (form Welch) dis mou. The first group of records above shows birth and death dates, as recorded in church records. They are pretty straightforward, but note that our "Robert Junior" is reported here as "Robert Senior". He did not enter the church until his own father had died, and he in turn also had a son named Robert, so at that time he was the "Senior". The second group of records requires translation of the Quaker abbreviations. The first entry says that on 5 May 1798 Robert was "recrq" - - meaning "received (into membership) by request, rather than by transfer of membership from another Friends Meeting". 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 4 of 9

5 On 1 December 1798 his wife Mary was "rocf New Garden MM", meaning she was "received on certificate from the New Garden Monthly Meeting". In other words, she transferred a prior membership from a different church. Perhaps she was therefore the motivating force behind Robert's request for membership? ("New Garden" was in Guilford County, NC.) Further, Mary's death is also reported, which suggests she was still a member in Also her parents (Richard and Jemima Jones) were members of the New Garden Quaker Church at the time of Mary's birth. Next we find that on 6 April 1799 all of Robert and Mary Walker's children are listed, indicating that they were all received into membership on the request of their father. One of these is my ancestor, William. And then in various later years, we find most of the children listed again, with the abbreviation "dis", which means they were "disowned" by the church for misconduct. That translates as " removed from membership for violation of the rules or advices in the Discipline; does not imply exclusion from worship, but only the right to participate in decision making. Unless the person later repented and "condemned" his or her own misconduct and was later readmitted into membership, he or she would not be mentioned again in the minutes." For a few of the children, a reason for this is given. They are "dis mou", meaning they were "disowned" for being " married to a non-friend, usually resulting in disownment; sometimes used interchangeably with "married contrary to discipline" or "married out of unity." Now, this gives us an interesting piece of information about ancestor William, who was "dis mou" on 5 September We still don't know his exact marriage date, but now know that he was clearly married to his bride Catharine Kimbrel by this date! And Catharine was clearly not a Quaker. Kathy Walker brought to my attention some interesting records from the New Garden MM (Page 580), from where Mary transferred her membership: NEW GARDEN MONTHLY MEETING: WALKER 1798,8,25. Mary con her mou. 1798,10,27. Mary gct Deep Creek MM. This completes the story, and tells us that the Friends did not accept Mary's marriage to Robert, because he was not a Quaker at the time. To get back to full membership she first had to persuade Robert to join, and that was accomplished on 5 May 1798 at Deep Creek MM. Then she had to go to New Garden, and be publicly "condemned for her marriage out of unity", per the entry on 25 Aug Then she arranged for New Garden to "grant certificate to Deep Creek" on 27 Oct Then finally she is accepted at Deep Creek on 1 Dec And to complete the process, the children still living at home are accepted on 6 Apr Now they are a unified family in the Society of Friends! So, Robert Walker Jr. was a Quaker, and the Quaker's were often opposed to slavery, and census information shows Robert did not own slaves. However Robert's father had owned slaves, and not all Quakers were opposed. Where does this leave Robert? My guess is that he was (or became) opposed to slavery, in part because his wife was born into a strong Pennsylvania Quaker family that probably brought northern attitudes to North Carolina. Robert did not join the church until he was 50 years old and his father was dead, so it may have taken Mary a while to convert him? TAX AND CENSUS: Surry County Tax and Census records allow us to keep very good track of this family from 1795 through They are clearly living in the southwest corner of modern Yadkin County (split from Surry county in 1849) on Hunting Creek. And after Robert's death, we can track his widow in 1840 and Robert is absent from the Surry tax lists for 1790 through This suggests he was either not in the county, or at least was not a landowner at the time. TAX: In each year from 1795 through 1798 the tax list shows he has 652 acres and 1 white poll (the poll tax was the primary source of county revenue). In 1799 he has 940 acres, and in 1800 he has 768 acres. 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 5 of 9

6 CENSUS: In 1800 he has three sons age that are consistent with any three of his four sons John, James, Richard and Robert Jr. He has a son <10 who would be our William. There are 5 young females (he only had 4 daughters, but one female could be the wife of a son). CENSUS: In the 1810 census it appears that two of the oldest sons have moved out (count is not clear, think maybe there are one or two grandchildren living in house and perhaps a spouse of a son or maybe they had hired servants). His son Richard is also found in this census, in the same county now on his own. TAX: In 1812, Robert Senior has 368 acres, and son Richard has 321 acres, each with 1 white poll and they are clearly neighbors. Looks like Robert split his land holdings with son Richard? Note also that he is now listed as "Robert Senior", suggesting that Robert III, born 1783, is an adult presence somewhere? (Wonder if Robert III became steward of the family's Tennessee lands, since he had children born there? "Tennessee Lands" would be consistent with the land speculation of Robert Esquire and Robert Junior.) CENSUS: In the 1820 Census there is one more new male, and two more new females, all under age 10 in Robert's house -- these are almost certainly grandchildren. His sons Richard and William are also found in this census on their own. (They are listed adjacent to Robert, but that appears to be because the census taker decided to alphabetize his work. The next record, however, shows they indeed LIVED near each other.) TAX: In 1824, Robert has 800 acres with a value of $1600, Richard has 427 acres with a value of $250, and William has 468 acres with a value of $800. And they are very clearly close neighbors. (Trivia Info: Using a CPI deflator, this extended family's land value of $2650 would be worth about $60,000 today (2008). However if you use "Unskilled Wage Rate" as a deflator, it would be worth $555,000. The latter may be a better measure of how affordable this much land would be. Keep in mind that the work force includes three male heads of household plus assorted working age children.) Note also, this 1824 tax record finally tells us where they lived in the county: The earlier years were simply reported as "Captain Hudspeths District", which is not geographically helpful. However in 1824 we learn it is in the Hamptonville District, on the waters of Hunting Creek. That would place them a few miles southwest of Yadkinville, where their Quaker church was located. In the 1830 census Robert and his sons William and Richard very clearly live very near each other. The ages are correct for Robert (would be 82) and Mary (would be 72), and the head count and ages are exactly correct for William's family. However in Robert's house there are 3 unexplained females age 20-30, 2 males age 20-30, and one male age These could be grandchildren, or they could be servants. None of these three Walker families own slaves. There are 26 people in the 3 households. DEATH DATE: We know Robert was present in the 1830 census, and he was gone by the 1840 census. However we can suspect that most of his children, who were present in the 1830 census, stayed in NC until Robert's death. After his death, they arranged for their elderly mother to live with her daughter Mary Walker Martin (see below), and then most of them moved to Henry County, Indiana. I know from my own research that sons Richard and William moved to Indiana. Further, Craig and Kathy Walker report that they have further determined that children Robert*, Jamina and Anne also moved with their families. *(Kathy reports that Robert III may have been the westward pioneer of the family, arriving in Indiana by 1828, and settling in Wayne County (adjacent to Henry County). She writes: "He was in the Wayne County, Indiana 1830 census. According to later census records, he had children born in Tennessee in 1823 and 1825 and another born in Indiana in 1828.") 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 6 of 9

7 Looking to my own ancestor William, I believe he was still in North Carolina in 1833 because the 1850 Indiana census indicates that his child Rachel C. was born in about 1833 in North Carolina. And I know he was in Indiana in 1835 because that is when his first wife Catharine died and was buried on their Indiana farm. So best guess is that Robert Walker Junior died about , aged 85 to 87. Marriage: 18 Aug 1775 Guilford, Surry Co., NC Spouse: Mary JONES Birth: 1 Nov 1758 Cane Creek MM, Orange Co., NC Death: 9 Jun 1853 Yadkin, NC (formed 1850 from Surry Co.) Burial: Deepcreek Friends, Yadkin, NC Father: Richard JONES II (1732-) Mother: Jemima HUFF (~1741-~1816) Notes: Mary (Jones) Walker is mentioned in Quaker church records with her husband Robert (see notes with Robert) Her name is also found in the Quaker church records for her parents, Richard and Jamima Jones, as follows: Richard Jones b /3. Jamima Jones b Ch: Mary b Kezia b Jamima b Stephen b ; d Abijah b Daniel b Sarah b Richard b ; d Elizabeth b Miriam b ; d Lydia b ; d Richard b Page 108. But now let us introduce some confusion about Mary: I have shown a marriage date of 18 Aug 1775, and that has to be within a couple of years of correct. However I have serious doubts about that exact date: There is a marriage record extracted from the Family History Library, County Records, Salt Lake City, UT, dated 18 Aug 1775, showing that a Mary PROWELL married a Robert Walker in Guilford County, NC. This creates obvious difficulties, since the DATE matches that assumed for the wedding of Mary JONES to Robert Walker, but the record says the name was Mary PROWELL. There is NO question that the name of the "Mary" who married Robert Walker Jr. was "JONES". See the above church records. One possibility is that the transcript in the Family History Library is wrong about the name? (I have found another source in the Houston Clayton Library, but it may be quoting the same microfilm.). The other possibility is that the Mary PROWELL who is in the marriage record is NOT the same person as Mary JONES, and the above marriage date was applied here in error. It is even possible that Mary PROWELL actually is the person who married Robert's father, not Robert Jr. (We know that Robert Sr. also took a second wife named "Mary" in roughly this same time frame.) I guess there is even a more remote possibility, that Robert Sr. and Robert Jr. were married on the same day? More research is needed. 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 7 of 9

8 1840 CENSUS, NORTH CAROLINA, SURRY CO., SOUTH DIVISION,, PAGE 77: A female of the right age to be Mary Walker (age 81) is living with a John Martin of the right age CENSUS, NORTH CAROLINA, SURRY CO., SOUTH DIVISION, PAGE 128: Mary Walker, age 91, is found living with her daughter Mary (age 57) and Mary s husband John Martin. Three of John s children still live at home as well. Children Robert WALKER Jr. (1 Sep Abt ) & Mary JONES (1 Nov Jun 1853) John WALKER ( Nov 1850) & Elizabeth FINLEY (16 Feb Mar 1883) James WALKER ( ) Richard WALKER (26 Sep Apr 1849) & Keziah REECE (abt abt 1846) Robert WALKER III (7 Dec Jan 1850) & Dorcas SIMMS (17 Mar Mar 1866) John WALKER (17 Nov Sep 1871) Jamina WALKER (10 Dec ) & Jacob NIXON (abt ) Anne WALKER (3 Apr Dec 1849) & James T BARNARD (2 Apr Aug 1857) William WALKER* (27 Mar Jun 1855) & Catharine KIMBREL (abt Aug 1835) Jesse J. WALKER ( ) Bartlett Yancy WALKER* (10 Oct Mar 1912) & Frances Nixon MAXEY ( ) Bartlett Yancy WALKER* (10 Oct Mar 1912) & Melissa DURHAM (Apr May 1912) Mary Ann WALKER (15 Feb Jun 1848) & Nelson ANDERSON (5 Feb Jan 1879) Nancy C. WALKER (19 Oct Sep 1835) Son WALKER (abt aft 1840) Elizabeth M. WALKER (abt Jun 1849) Rebecca D WALKER (25 Jan Mar 1849) & Terrel ANDERSON Richard B. WALKER (abt ) Sarah Elizabeth WALKER (4 Mar Mar 1913) & Harvey Treble SAPP (8 May ) Rachel Catherine WALKER (abt bef 1855) William WALKER* (27 Mar Jun 1855) & Rachel KIMBREL (7 Apr Jan 1890) Lewis W. WALKER (abt ) Mary WALKER (15 Dec ) & John MARTIN Jr. (20 Jul ) Nancy WALKER (30 Nov ) & John BRAY (SEE NEXT PAGE FOR EXPANSION ON MARY JONES ANCESTRY) 6/13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 8 of 9

9 MEMO: SINCE THERE ARE MINIMAL BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES THAT GO MARY JONES' ANCESTORS, THE FOLLOWING IS AN ABBREVIATED REPORT COVERING ALL THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE (NOTE FAMILY ANCESTORS ARE UNDERSCORED DOWN TO MARY JONES): Jabez WEHRIE ( ) & Mildred BACON ( ) Mary WORLEY ( ) & Daniel HUFF Jr. ( ) John HOUGH ( Jan 1732) & Hannah ROSSELL ( May 1736) <<<SEE SEPARATE REPORT John HOUGH ( ) Mary HOUGH (6 Jul ) Stephen HOUGH (30 Mar ) Hannah HOUGH (1 Jul ) Daniel HOUGH (14 Apr ) & Elizabeth DUDLEY ( ) <<<SEE SEPARATE REPORT Daniel HUFF Jr. ( ) & Mary WORLEY ( ) Jemima HUFF (abt abt 1816) & Richard JONES II (5 Dec ) Kezia HUFF (abt ) Daniel HUFF (14 Feb ) Mary HUFF (abt ) Elizabeth HUFF (abt ) Rebecca HUFF (abt ) Jesse HUFF (abt ) John HUFF ( ) Ann HUFF (abt ) Isaac HOUGH (30 Dec ) Sarah HOUGH (30 Jun ) Joseph HOUGH (4 Mar ) Aaron COPPOCK (25 Oct ) & Miriam SHORT (abt ) Miriam COPPOCK (abt ) & Richard JONES (abt ) SEE BIO ON AARON AND MIRIAM Richard JONES (abt ) & Miriam COPPOCK (abt ) Aaron JONES (3 Jul ) John JONES (abt abt 1819) Richard JONES II (5 Dec ) & Jemima HUFF (abt abt 1816) Mary JONES (1 Nov Jun 1853) & Robert WALKER Jr. (1 Sep ) Keziah JONES (19 Mar Aug 1836) Jemima JONES (5 Apr ) Stephen JONES (2 Jun Mar 1783) Abijah JONES (23 Nov Feb 1852) Daniel I. JONES (25 Mar ) Sarah JONES (9 Aug ) Richard JONES III (28 Nov May 1782) Elizabeth JONES (24 Aug ) Miriam JONES (22 Jan Jun 1785) Lydia JONES (28 Apr Jun 1785) Richard JONES (28 Jan ) Isaac JONES (19 Dec ) Miriam JONES (abt ) Hannah JONES (abt ) Evan JONES (abt ) Please report corrections or additions to... Fred Coffey, 2604 University Blvd., Houston, TX 77005, /13/08 (W) Robert WALKER Jr. / Mary JONES, Page 9 of 9

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