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                               Frances E. SOLES



1. Frances E.1 SOLES , born 9 Jul 1873 in Horry Co, SC; died 1 Sep 1934 in Tabor
City, Columbus Co, NC; buried in Sandy Plain Cem. Columbus Co, NC, daughter of
2. Armajah R. SOLES and 3. Martha Louvenia COX . She married John William
FAULK , born 12 Dec 1869; died 2 Feb 1929 in Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC;
buried in Sandy Plain Cem. Columbus Co, NC.

Children of Frances E. SOLES and John William FAULK were as follows:

 i Myrtle Gertrude FAULK , born 18 Jun 1910; died Jan 1973 in Red Springs,
NC; buried in Red Springs, NC.

                                  Generation 2




2. Armajah R.2 SOLES , born abt 1848 in Horry Co, SC; died UNKNOWN, son of
4. Jordan Munroe SOLES and 5. Anna Eliza WATTS . He married (1) on 14 May
1867 in Whiteville, Columbus County, NC Sarah NORRIS , born abt 1845 in Horry
County, SC; (2) bef 1873 3. Martha Louvenia COX , born abt 1856 in Columbus
Co, NC; died 30 Oct 1932; buried in Norris Lake Cenetery, daughter of 6. Isaac
Leonard COX and 7. Mary Molcy STANLEY ; (3) Kitsey A. WARD , born Jan
1856 in Horry Co., SC.



Notes for Armajah R. SOLES

 Armajah met Kitsey A. Ward abt. 1873. She was born in 1856 in Horry Co, SC. He
had 9 children with her. He committed suicide before 1929.



Notes for Kitsey A. WARD
 In the 1900 Horry County, census of East Simpson Creek Township, District, # 65,
Kitsey A. Ward, is listed as head of Household # 296, she is listed as single, and as
having had 11 children with 8 still living, 7 of them are at home in the 1900 census,
Kitsey, is listed as a farmer.

Children of Armajah R. SOLES and Sarah NORRIS were as follows:

 i James Barliver , Sr.1 SOLES , born abt 1867 in Horry County, SC.

 ii Sarah E.1 SOLES , born 6 Mar 1872 in Horry County SC; died 26 Aug
1950 in Parkton, Cumberland County, NC.

Children of Armajah R. SOLES and Martha Louvenia COX were as follows:

1 i Frances E.1 SOLES , born 9 Jul 1873 in Horry Co, SC; died 1 Sep 1934 in
Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC; buried in Sandy Plain Cem. Columbus Co, NC.

  ii Mary L.1 SOLES , born 5 Mar 1875 in Horry County, SC; died 3 Apr 1918
in Horry County, SC.

 iii Jordan Munroe1 SOLES , born 10 May 1875; died 4 Aug 1953.

 iv Tishla Molley1 SOLES , born 1 Apr 1879 in Horry Co., SC; died 14 Dec
1952.

 v Daniel Isaac1 SOLES , born 5 Apr 1880 in Horry Co., SC; died 17 Sep
1954. Never married.

 vi Martha Louvenia1 SOLES , born 5 Apr 1880 in Horry County, SC; died 11
Feb 1942 in Horry County, SC.

 vii Armagy R.1 SOLES (Jr) , born 2 Jan 1882 in Horry County, SC; died 8
May 1955 in Horry County, SC. Census 1900 Horry Co. (Simpson Creek) #293
Census 1920 S. Williams Tws, Columbus Co. NC #173

 viii Simon Luther ,1 SOLES (Sr) , born 7 Apr 1885 in Horry Co., SC; died 28
Dec 1949 in Horry Co., SC. Simon Luther Soles, is listed in the WW I, Draft
Registrations, of Horry County, South Carolina, (b 7 April 1885; nearest relative
Nancy Soles, farmer, Tabor District.) (WSH)
 ix Lola A.1 SOLES , born Oct 1887 in Horry County, SC; died 6 May 1918.

  x Walter Curtis1 SOLES , born 26 Apr 1892 in Horry Co., SC; died 12 Jan
1967 in Horry Co., SC. Walter Curtis Soles, is listed in the WW I, Draft
Registrations, of Horry County, (b. 26 Apr. 1892; wife, 3 childern, Tabor; near Loris.)
In the 1920 Horry County, census of Simpson Creek Township, Cirtis Soles, is listed
as head of household # 103, with his wife Viola, and 5 children, he is listed as a
farmer. (WSH)

 xi John Cornelious1 SOLES , born 22 Nov 1894 in Horry Co., SC; died 2
Nov 1965 in SC.

 xii Willie D.1 SOLES , born Mar 1898 in Horry Co., SC.

Children of Armajah R. SOLES and Kitsey A. WARD were as follows:

 i Nancy1 WARD .

 ii Noble1 WARD .

 iii John Tom1 WARD , born 5 Jan 1879 in Horry Co., SC; died 30 Sep 1942.
1900 Census: 1900 in Simpson Creek Tws, Horry Co, # 296, Dist. # 65

 iv M. Ellen1 WARD , born 24 Jul 1879; died 19 Oct 1928.

 v William M.1 WARD , born May 1884. 1900 Census: 1900 in Simpson
Creek Tws, Horry Co, # 296, Dist. # 65

 vi Dolly1 WARD , born 1888; died 1947.

  vii Annie Jane1 WARD , born 27 May 1890 in Horry Co., SC; died 5 Feb
1962 in Tabor City, Columbus Co., NC; buried in Milligan Family Cemetery, Tabor
City, Columbus Co., NC. 1900 Census: 1900 in Simpson Creek Tws, Horry Co, #
296, Dist. # 65 Annie Jane (Ward) Milligan February 8, 1962 The News and Courier,
Charleston, South Carolina Mrs. Annie Jane (Ward) Milligan, 71, died Monday night
at her home on Rt, 3, Tabor City. Furneral service will be held Thursday afternoon at
the Sandy Plains Baptist Church. Interment will be in the Milligan Family Cemetery.
Survivors include her husband, E. V. (Plump) Milligan; four sons, Quenton Milligan,
Rt. 3, Tabor City, Onzie Milligan, Tabor City, Arthur Milligan, Bladenboro, N. C. ,
Charlie Milligan, Pueblo, Col. ; two daughters, Mrs. Leila Soles of Conway, and Mrs.
Evelyn Cartrette of Siler City, N. C. ; 21 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

 viii Benjamin E.1 WARD , born Feb 1892 in Horry Co., SC. 1900 Census:
1900 in Simpson Creek Tws, Horry Co, # 296, Dist. # 65

   ix Jessie L.1 WARD , born 24 Sep 1896 in Horry Co., SC. Jesse L. Ward, is
listed in the WW I, Draft Registrations, of Horry County, SC, ( b. 24 Sept. 1896;
nearest relative Mrs. C. A. Ward, self-employed, Tabor District.) (WSH) 1900
Census: 1900 in Simpson Creek Tws, Horry Co, # 296, Dist. # 65

                                    Generation 3



4. Jordan Munroe3 SOLES , born May 1816 in Columbus Co, NC; died 9 Feb 1873
in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Old Soles Cem, Columbus NC, son of 8. Joshua
SOALS and 9. Elizabeth CARTRETTE . He married in 1842 5. Anna Eliza WATTS
, born abt 1823 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Old Soles Cem, Columbus NC,
daughter of 10. Phillip WATTS and 11. Dicey (---) .



Notes for Jordan Munroe SOLES

Soles, Jordan, Company D, 73rd Regiment



Posted by Jason Bordeaux on Sat, 19 Sep 1998 (to

the Columbus County, NC USGenWeb Site)



Surnames: Watts, Soles



Phillip Watts (b. ca. 1795) was the son of Berryman Watts and his wife
Mary who settled in Columbus County (then Bladen) before 1763. Phillip

married Dicey. I am seeking her maiden name. I would also like to see any

deeds or documents that offer proof of the children of Phillip Watts.

Currently I have listed Goldeberry and Anna Eliza, but I don't have proof

for either. My ancestor, Anna Eliza Watts (b. ca. 1823), married Jordan

"Jird" Soles (b. May 1816), supposedly a son of Joshua Soles. Phillips

Watts is recorded as deeding land to Jordan Soles and family tradition has it thatAnna
Eliza's maiden name was Watts.



 In the 1850 Horry County, census Jerdan Souls, is listed as head of household # 79,
with his wife A. E., and 4 children, he his wife and 3 children are listed as born in
North Carolina, he is living 2 doors away from Allagood Suggs, and his family. Are
they related??? (WSH)



1860 Census - Columbus County, NC

0807 Jordan SOWLS 44 M Farmer NC/ Senior Reserve/ Born in May, 1816

Anna E. Sowls 37 F NC

Calvin Sowls 16 M Student NC/ Co D, 20th Regt

[Born in Horry Cty, SC]

Elizabeth J. Sowls 14 F Student NC

Annjah[sic] Sowls 12 M Student NC (most likely Armajah R.)

Rhoda Sowls 10 F Student NC
A. E. Sowls 8 F Student NC

Louisa Sowls 3 F NC

Sarah M. Sowls 5/12 M(sic) NC

Children of Jordan Munroe SOLES and Anna Eliza WATTS were as follows:

 i Nancy S.2 SOLES , born abt 1842 in NC.

  ii Charles Calvin2 SOLES , born abt 1845 in Columbus County, NC; died
UNKNOWN in Columbus County, NC. 1860 census, Columbus County, NC Jordan
Sowls, 44, M, Farmer, NC/Senior Reserve/Born in May 1816 Anna E. Sowls, 37, F,
NC Calvin Sowls, 16, M, Student, NC/Co. D, 20th Regt (Born in Horry Cty, SC)
Elizabeth J. Sowls, 14, F, Sudent, NC Annjah Sowls, 12, M, Student, NC Rhoda
Sowls, 10, F, Student, NC A.E. Sowls, 8, F, Student, NC Louisa Sowls, 3, F, NC
Sarah M. Sowls, 5/12, M (sic), NC ----------------- Forwarded Message: Subj: Re:
more info Date: 10/29/1999 10:10:36 AM EST From: Ddpowell1 To:
vlhammond@email.msn.com OK, finally I have time to write this story out. Better get
a cup of coffee or something. First of all, I don't know how old you are, so you may
not remember a TV show called, "You Were There." The show presented a moment in
history as if it were current news, rather like we saw the Gulf War on TV. I remember
seeing one of the segments when I was little that dealt with some Confederate soldiers
who were captured by the Yankees and imprisoned beside a river. They escaped and
tried to swim to safety but only two of the dozen or so soldiers made it. The rest
drowned. The story fascinated me for some reason and I remembered it later on when
a cousin of ours named Ressie Mae came to Florida from North Carolina for a visit
and told a similar story about one of our own forebears. The story simmered in the
back of my consciousness for years, until sometime in the 1980's I made a trip to
Sandy Plain. I think I was related to virtually everyone in the area and I asked about
the story. One of the cousins referred me to Arthur Norris, who was then in his 80s
and legally blind. Even though I had never met this cousin and his wife, they invited
me into their home and were eager to talk about our ancestors. I asked about the
soldier who had escaped from the Yankee prison and Arthur warmed to the story. I
will try to relate to you in his words as much as I remember them. He told me this:
"Well, that would be my grandfather, Charles Calvin Soles. He and some other boys
were captured by the Yankees and put in prison by a big river. I don't remember the
name of the river, but it were wide and deep and had a fast current. It was a stinking
hole and them boys decided to try to escape. They got out all right, but they had to
swim the river. Grandpa were a good swimmer and one of them boys knowed that. He
clumb up on grandpa's back and tried to hang on. Made grandpa mad and he hit him
hard. That made the boy mad, too, and give him the strength to fight the river. Him
and grandpa got across to safety on the other side. Them other boys drowned. A
farmer driving by in a hay wagon stopped and picked them up. He hid them under his
load of hay and smuggled them past enemy lines to Confederate territory. Grandpa
come back here [to Sandy Plain] and run a tavern right down the road. One night a
fellow come in and started chasin Grandpa around the tavern with a gun. Shot him.
They took Grandpa home in a wagon. Thought he were dead. But he weren't. Come
back to run the tavern again. Lived to be 47 years old." Lucky for me, too, or I
wouldn't be here. Arthur and his wife were delightful people, warm and welcoming. I
felt at home with them immediately. I'm sure they have passed away by now. Arthur
told me that his grandmother lived many years longer than Charles Calvin and that
Arthur remembered her well. Ironically, my daughter's company just sent her to
Raleigh-Durham for a meeting at their headquarters. She will be in the area through
this weekend and was going to try to get down to Sandy Plain to see whatever
relatives she could find. We were both rather excited about it. We live in San Diego
so we don't get that way often. I also have photographs of Charles Calvin, his wife,
and several other ancestors from around the same time frame. I can scan them in and
send them to you if you don't already have them. This research is fun but it can be so
frustrating! By the way, where do the Norrises fit in with your family? Are we cousins
umpty times removed or just leaves on the far sides of the tree? Regards, Dorothy

 iii Elizabeth Jean2 SOLES , born abt 1846 in NC.

 iv Jane2 SOLES , born abt 1847.

2 v Armajah R.2 SOLES , born abt 1848 in Horry Co, SC; died UNKNOWN.

 vi Rhoda2 SOLES , born abt 1850 in NC.

 vii Maranda2 SOLES , born Jan 1850 in Columbus County, NC. Listed as
Miranda in V. Hammond's page.

 viii Ann Elizabeth2 SOLES , born 11 Jan 1856 in NC; died 1908.

 ix Louisa2 SOLES , born abt 1857 in NC.

 x Sarah M.2 SOLES , born abt 1860 in Columbus Co, NC.
 xi Cornelia2 SOLES , born 25 Oct 1862; died 14 Mar 1927.

 xii John Morrison2 SOLES , born 9 Mar 1865; died 10 Jun 1926.

  xiii William Window2 SOLES , born 18 Jun 1868 in Tabor City, Columbus
Co, NC; died 16 Feb 1942 in Wrightsville, Johnson Co, GA. Source Lesa Soles.
Evidence from census records,;and land records and wills show that William left NC
sometime after his mother's death and went to Georgia. He farmed and at one point
either owned or had part ownership in a sawmill from which he donated lumber used
to build the local church.



6. Isaac Leonard3 COX , born 4 Oct 1811 in Columbus Co, NC; died 31 Dec 1895
in Columbus Co, NC, son of 12. Benjamin COX (Jr) and 13. Marinda or Marendia
WRIGHT . He married 7. Mary Molcy STANLEY , born 30 Oct 1825 in Columbus
Co, NC; died 10 Jun 1871 in Columbus Co, NC, daughter of 14. Joshua STANLEY
and 15. Elizabeth BOSWELL .

Children of Isaac Leonard COX and Mary Molcy STANLEY were as follows:

 i Benjamin Franklin2 COX , born abt 1848 in Columbus Co, NC; died 2 Mar
1865.

 ii Samuel Pinckney2 COX , born 3 Nov 1847 in Columbus Co, NC; died 22
Oct 1882 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Cox-Wright Cemetery, Columbus Co, NC.

 iii Asa B.2 COX , born 9 Nov 1849 in Columbus Co, NC; died 11 Feb 1914 in
Columbus Co, NC; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC.

 iv Mary Ann Marinda2 COX , born 3 Dec 1851 in Columbus Co, NC; died
20 Nov 1896 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Hickman Cemetery.

 v Margaret2 COX , born abt 1852 in Columbus Co, NC.

 vi Nancy2 COX , born abt 1854 in Columbus Co, NC.

  vii William Monroe2 COX , born 7 Feb 1854 in Horry County, SC; died 25
Jan 1926; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC.
3 viii Martha Louvenia2 COX , born abt 1856 in Columbus Co, NC; died 30
Oct 1932; buried in Norris Lake Cenetery.

  ix Joshua Pinkney2 COX , born 7 Oct 1858 in Columbus Co, NC; died 10 Jul
1932 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC.
Informatoin from Marion McGee: 11/23/1882 - Pink COX , son of Isaac and Mosley
Cox married Lena Jarrett, daughter of P.V. Jarret. Jusitce of teh Peace M. M.
Harrelson - Columbus Co, NC. Recorded (Verified Dept of Archives-Raleigh, NC)
JWPiver, Jr 11.29.1888 - J. P. Cox, son of Isaac and Mosley Cox, married Mary E.
Norris, daughter of Wm. and Sarah Norris. (Verified Dept. of Archives-Raleigh, NC)
JWPiverJr

 x Elizabeth Jane2 COX , born 2 Nov 1860 in Columbus Co, NC; died 4 Nov
1906 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC.

 xi Leonard Jasper2 COX , born 24 Oct 1862 in Columbus Co, NC; died 4
Nov 1927 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co,
NC.

 xii John Franklin2 COX , born 30 Oct 1865 in Columbus Co, NC; died 30 Oct
1932; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC.

 xiii Bunyan Julius2 COX , born 25 Jun 1867 in Columbus Co, NC; died 30
Dec 1936 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co,
NC.

 xiv Elizabeth Helen2 COX , born 18 May 1870 in Columbus Co, NC; died 5
Oct 1957; buried in Cox Cemetery, Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC.

                                   Generation 4




8. Joshua4 SOALS , born Betw 1774-1784 in Brunswick Co, NC; died bef 1834 in
Columbus Co, NC, son of 16. Joseph SOULE . He married 9. Elizabeth
CARTRETTE , died aft 1846 in Columbus Co, NC, daughter of 17. (---)
CARTRETTE .
Notes for Joshua SOALS

 Posted by Jason Bordeaux <bordeaux@rconnect.com> on Mon, 02 Aug 1999, in
response to Isaiah Soles(Sowls), posted by james gore on Thu, 29 Jul 1999



Surname: Soles, Soule, Holway



 I have a deed that appears to be a 'sibling transaction' that lists about 10 people one
of which is Isaiah Soles. The 10 listed are Soles family members. It appears that the
land described once belonged to Joshua Soles and for this reason, most researchers
assign Joshua as the father of the group. Although I have the deed, I have not done the
researche to verify if this is true. A similar deed also exists for Joshua's siblings and it
appears that they were the children of Joseph Soule who was the initial owner of the
land. This Joseph Soule may be/probably is the Joseph Soule who is listed in the
Mayflower book as having been born in 1731 to Benjamin Soule and Mary Holway.
Joseph Soule settled in what is now the Columbus County area. However, the records
are hard to trace and interpret since Joseph had brothers and 1st cousins who settled
there with him and who also used many of the same names.

Children of Joshua SOALS and Elizabeth CARTRETTE were as follows:

 i Luke3 SOLES .

 ii Mary3 SOLES .

 iii Daughter3 SOLES .

 iv Daughter3 SOALS .

 v Elizabeth3 SOLES , born abt 1808; died abt 1871.

 vi Isiah3 SOLES , born abt 1810 in NC. 1850 Census - Columbus County, NC
497/500, Isaiah Souls, 45, M, W, Farmer, 300, NC 497/500, Tabitha Souls, 42, F, W,
NC 497/500, Joshua Souls, 18, M, W, NC 497/500, Alva Souls, 13, M, W, NC
497/500, Ireny Souls, 11, F, W, NC 497/500, Alice Souls, 9, F, W, NC 497/500,
Moley Souls, 5, F, W, NC 497/500, Lennon Souls, 3, M, W, NC 1860 Census -
Columbus County, NC 0950 Isaiah SOWLES[sic] 50 M Farmer NC Bytha Sowls 53
F NC Alva Sowls 25 M NC/ Co D, 20th Regt Lelia M. Sowls 21 F Student NC Alice
H. Sowls 19 F Student NC Mary J. Sowls 18 F Student NC Lennon Sowls 15 M
Student NC Mark Sowls 24 M [Farmer] NC/ Co A, 2nd Artillery Harriet TAYLOR 4
F NC [On Washington Census only] Bytha Sowls 3 F NC Callisa Sowls 6 F NC [This
family is numbered #949 on Raleigh Census] (Appears Bytha and Callisa may be
children of Mark Sowls. MBM) Subj: Fw: Jesse James Spivey and Elizabeth Ann
????? Date: 8/11/1999 10:52:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time From:
bordeaux@rconnect.com (J Bordeaux) To: MarionBMc@aol.com (Marion McGee)
I'm digging myself in a hole here. I just looked at the real deed. The name is definitely
Jesse Spivey. The old writing made it look like Luke since the letter s is so tall. On 3
December, 1846, John B. Norris, Jordan Sowel, Mary Sowel, and Jesse Spivey for
$15.50 convey to Isaiah Sowels 66 acres on Simmons Branch beginning at Black
Gum. The witness was Caleb Spivey. The deed was proved by the oath of Robert
Cartrette. I'm not sure why Jesse Spivey would be in the above deed because I am
postive the others were Soles family members. The deed even mentions "if Elizabeth
Sowels rights good ours good and if not we are exempted." So, I think we should
scratch Elizabeth Soles as a child of Joshua Soles from the earlier 1835 deed. This
Elizabeth is clearly Elizabeth Cartrette Soles and she is still living in 1846. She
participated in the 2 deeds in 1835 between Benjamin Soles, Jackson Tyler, Barnabas
Watts, Jordan Soles, Luke Soles, Mary Soles, Rebecca Soles, and Isaiah Soles. I'll
type them them up to clear up the confusion here. I suppose it is still possible that
Jackson Tylers wife was Elizabeth Soles. This is what others have sent me. I was
confused before because there was an Elizabeth Soles in the deeds and because I
thought Jesse Spivey married Elizabeth Soles. Now you see why I originally listed
Jesse Spivey's wife as a Soles.

4 vii Jordan Munroe3 SOLES , born May 1816 in Columbus Co, NC; died 9
Feb 1873 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Old Soles Cem, Columbus NC.

 viii Rebecca Jane3 SOLES , born abt 1818 in Columbus County, NC.

 ix Benjamin3 SOLES , born abt 1820.




10. Phillip4 WATTS He married 11. Dicey (---) .

Children of Phillip WATTS and Dicey (---) were as follows:
5 i Anna Eliza3 WATTS , born abt 1823 in Columbus Co, NC; buried in Old
Soles Cem, Columbus NC.




12. Benjamin4 COX (Jr) , born abt 1791 in NC; died Sep 1851, son of 18. Benjamin
COX (Sr) and 19. Mary MILLS . He married on 19 Nov 1810 in Pitt Co, NC 13.
Marinda or Marendia WRIGHT , born abt 1795 in Pitt Co, NC; died 8 May 1857,
daughter of 20. Isaac WRIGHT and 21. Ann HATTAWAY .



Notes for Benjamin COX (Jr)

Benjamin Cox, Jr.




Sex: M

Born: ABT. 1790 in South Carolina

1850 Census: 1850 in Co;umbus Co, NC, family # 479

Notes:



Will of Benjamin Cox / Coxe



BENJAMIN COX/COXE to "beloved Son" LEONARD COX/COXE & "beloved
daughter "POLLY

COXE for the "Natural love and affection". 9 Apr 1844; DoG to son Leonard Cox:
225 A. land at his
death & providing lifetime rights to wife Marenda Coxe. DoG to daughter Polly
Coxe 395 A. land at his

death & providing life time rights to wife Marenda Coxe in two patents incl. the
plantation & building where

 he now lives. If wife "should live the longest the balance of the property is hurn as
long as she lives a widder

and then Equally divided amongst all the heirs Except Kezziah and Isaac..." Wit:
Edward H. Todd* &

Hinyard Cox. (H-13)



1850 in Columbus Co, NC, census, family # 479




Father: Benjamin Cox, Sr.

Mother: Mary Mills



Family 1: Marinda Wright, b. ABT. 1795 in North Carolina

 Children of Benjamin COX (Jr) and Marinda or Marendia WRIGHT were as
follows:

6 i Isaac Leonard3 COX , born 4 Oct 1811 in Columbus Co, NC; died 31 Dec
1895 in Columbus Co, NC.

 ii Deanna3 COX .

 iii Keziah3 COX , born abt 1807 in Columbus Co, NC.
 iv Mary Ann3 COX , born abt 1816 in Horry County, SC; died 15 Sep 1860 in
Horry County, SC.

 v Nancy3 COX , born 7 Nov 1816; died 1 Aug 1863.

 vi Henyard3 COX , born abt 1823 in NC; died in Bef Sep 1851.

 vii Lydia3 COX , born 1824 in Chapel Hill, Orange Co, NC.

 viii Mary T.3 COX , born 6 May 1828 in Columbus Co, NC; died 26 Dec
1899 in Tabor City, Columbus Co, NC; buried in Smith/Gore Cemetary, Columbus,
Co.

 ix Leonard3 COX , born abt 1832 in NC.




14. Joshua4 STANLEY He married 15. Elizabeth BOSWELL .

Children of Joshua STANLEY and Elizabeth BOSWELL were as follows:

 7 i Mary Molcy3 STANLEY , born 30 Oct 1825 in Columbus Co, NC; died 10
Jun 1871 in Columbus Co, NC.

                                   Generation 5



16. Joseph5 SOULE , born 11 Jan 1730 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died bef 1800 in
Brunswick Co, NC, son of 22. Benjamin SOULE and 23. Mary HOLWAY . He
married unknown.



Notes for Joseph SOULE

The name Soles is also spelled Soule, Soals, and Sowl
From Vicky Hammnd's page: DoD: wFT Est. 1732-1821

Children of Joseph SOULE were as follows:

 i Female4 SOWL , born BET. 1760 - 1770 in Brunswick Co., NC.

  ii Isham4 SOLES , born abt 1793 in South Carolina. Were he and Levi Soles
(b. 1795) brothers?

 iii Joseph F.4 SOLES , born BET. 1760 - 1770; died Betw. 1843-1846 in
Columbus Co, NC. Nc 1790 Federal Census Index

 iv Mary Ann4 SOWL , born BET. 1760 - 1770.

8 v Joshua4 SOALS , born Betw 1774-1784 in Brunswick Co, NC; died bef
1834 in Columbus Co, NC.

 vi Timothy4 SOLES , born bef 1774; died abt 1820 in Columbus Co, NC.




17. (---)5 CARTRETTE He married unknown.

Children of (---) CARTRETTE were as follows:

9 i Elizabeth4 CARTRETTE , died aft 1846 in Columbus Co, NC.




18. Benjamin5 COX (Sr) He married 19. Mary MILLS .

Children of Benjamin COX (Sr) and Mary MILLS were as follows:

12 i Benjamin4 COX (Jr) , born abt 1791 in NC; died Sep 1851.




20. Isaac5 WRIGHT , born abt 1755 in Pitt Co, NC; died aft 22 Dec 1806 in Bladen
Co, NC He married in Pitt Co, NC 21. Ann HATTAWAY , died 8 May 1857 in
Columbus Co, NC, daughter of 24. Thomas HATTAWAY and 25. Martha (---) .



Notes for Isaac WRIGHT

 Information from Jason Bordeaux: There is a possibility of a 2nd wife who
mothered the 3 youngest children. This would make the 1st wife an unknow Hathaway
and the 2nd wife Ann, surname unknown.



 All information re Isaac Wright and his descendants obtained from MarionMcGhee
and Jason Bordeaux

Children of Isaac WRIGHT and Ann HATTAWAY were as follows:

 i Zachariah4 WRIGHT , born 1786 in Pitt Co, NC.

 ii Temperance4 WRIGHT , born 1788.

 iii Elizabeth4 WRIGHT , born 1792 in Pitt Co, NC.

 iv Nancy4 WRIGHT , born 1794 in Sampson Co, NC; died aft 1838 in
Columbus Co, NC.

13 v Marinda or Marendia4 WRIGHT , born abt 1795 in Pitt Co, NC; died 8
May 1857.

 vi Stephen4 WRIGHT , born abt 1800 in Columbus Co, NC; died Betw
Feb-May 1852 in Columbus Co, NC.

                                  Generation 6



22. Benjamin6 SOULE , born 14 May 1698 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died 6 Feb
1774 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, son of 26. William SOULE and 27. Hannah (---) .
He married on 25 Oct 1721 in Sandwich, Bristol, MA 23. Mary HOLWAY , born
18 Jun 1699 in Sanwich, Barnstable, MA; died in NC, daughter of 28. Joseph
HOLWAY and 29. Anne JENNINGS .



Notes for Mary HOLWAY

 Information by Joan's Genealogy website linked through Caleb Johnson Mayflower
pages.

Children of Benjamin SOULE and Mary HOLWAY were as follows:

 i Sylvanus5 SOULE , born 6 Aug 1722 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

 ii Benjamin5 SOULE , born 28 Nov 1724 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

 iii Mary5 SOULE , born 9 Mar 1726 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

 iv Annie5 SOULE , born 24 Oct 1729 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

16 v Joseph5 SOULE , born 11 Jan 1730 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died bef
1800 in Brunswick Co, NC.




24. Thomas6 HATTAWAY , born Betw 1775-1794, son of 30. David
HATTAWAY . He married 25. Martha (---) .

Children of Thomas HATTAWAY and Martha (---) were as follows:

21 i Ann5 HATTAWAY , died 8 May 1857 in Columbus Co, NC.

                                  Generation 7



26. William7 SOULE , born 1670 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died Apr 1723 in
Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, son of 31. George SOULE and 32. Deborah THOMAS . He
married bef 1691 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA 27. Hannah (---) , born abt 1670 in
Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died bef 1 Jul 1734 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.



Notes for William SOULE

Source: "Genealogies of Mayflower Families" CD .



Notes for Hannah (---)

BREWSTER. Hannah3 Brewster (Jonathan2, William1) did not marry John
Thompson, of Long Island. She married Samuel Starr of New London, Conn. [MD
23:75; MFIP Brewster].

She was also not the wife of William Soule.

Children of William SOULE and Hannah (---) were as follows:

 i William6 SOULE , born 28 Aug 1692 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died abt
Oct 1734 in Tiverton, Newport, RI. Source: Vicy Hammond's file.

  ii Hannah Susannah6 SOULE , born 1 Jun 1694 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA;
died Est 1729/89.

 iii George6 SOULE , born 5 Oct 1695 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died 29 Jun
1776 in Great Nine Partn., Dutchess, NY.

 22 iv Benjamin6 SOULE , born 14 May 1698 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died
6 Feb 1774 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

  v Mary6 SOULE , born 23 Jan 1699 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died aft 1759
in Providence, Rhode Island.

  vi Joseph6 SOULE , born 8 Nov 1701 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died in
Prob. NC. Not certain that all children listed are his. (vlh)(Vicky L. Hammond)

 vii Sarah6 SOULE , born 18 Nov 1703 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died 26
Mar 1746 in prob. Dartmouth, Bristol, MA. Source "The Complete Mayflower
Descendant" Disk 2. Vital REcords of Dartmouth, Massuchussetts to the Year 1850,
(Boston 1929) 2:260.

 viii Ealce6 SOULE , born 15 Feb 1705 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died 1 Feb
1731 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

 ix Samuel6 SOULE , born 26 Jun 1708 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died BET.
1774 - 1782 in E. Greenwich, RI.

 x Jonathan6 SOULE , born 15 Dec 1710 in Providence, Providence, RI; died
Oct 1779 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

  xi Deborah6 SOULE , born 1 Jan 1712 in Clinton, Clinton, NY; died bef 1800
in prob. Austerlitz, Columbia, NY. Vicjy Hammond's file has dod wFT ets.
1743-1805 and place of death: Beekman's Precinct, dutchess Co, NY




28. Joseph7 HOLWAY , born abt 1662; died abt 1732, son of 33. Joseph HOLWAY
(Jr) and 34. Mary HULL . He married 29. Anne JENNINGS , born 27 Aug 1670 in
Sandwich, New England; died WFT Est 1734-1794 in NC, daughter of 35. John
JENNINGS and 36. Ruhamah TURNER .



Notes for Joseph HOLWAY

Posted by A. Crowell on February 03, 1998 at 14:42:51:



Researching the HOLWAY family of Sandwich, Mass., beginning with Joseph

HOLWAY (1605-1647) who married Rose ALLEN (1610-1695) and ending with my

great-great grandmother Rebecca A. HOLWAY (1819-1898) who married Jabez

Howes CROWELL (1826-1919). If others are interested in this family,

please contact me and we can exchange information.
Posted by A. Crowell on March 02, 1998 at 23:56:20:



In Reply to: Re: HOLWAYs in Sandwich, Mass. 1636-1900 posted by Connie

Constantine on February 25, 1998 at 18:51:44:



Although I have seen the name spelled various ways, my Holways are pretty

consistent about the way they spelled it. They are all from Sandwich,

Massachusetts, having emigrated there from England circa 1637. All the

records I've collected focus on the family in Sandwich. I do not know

specifically of any of my lines who went to New York. However, there are

several in Sandwich who married into Allen families and I know there are

many Allens in New York! If your search narrows down to any Holways from

Cape Cod, let me know and perhaps I can help. Good luck!



Posted by Kerry W. Holloway on May 14, 1998 at 13:13:01:



In Reply to: Re: HOLWAYs in Sandwich, Mass. 1636-1900 posted by A.

Crowell on March 02, 1998 at 23:56:20:
I am also a descendent of Joseph Holloway from England as are Holways on

the cape. I was wondering if you have any info on his lineage in England?

I have posted my family tree on the Familytreemaker.com web page and

while there is much confusion in the spelling, I have found it consistent

thru Rhode Island and Connecticut. Out on the Cape it is consistently

Holway. Any help would be greatly appreciated!



Posted by A. Crowell on May 17, 1998 at 16:44:09:



In Reply to: Re: HOLWAYs in Sandwich, Mass. 1636-1900 posted by Kerry W.

Holloway on May 14, 1998 at 13:13:01:



I haven't been able to find any information on the English ancestry of

the Joseph HOLWAY who settled in Sandwich on Cape Cod. The Holway

genealogy (Holway-Rich Heritage) had some theories, but nothing

conclusive. I believe their best guess was "West Anglia" and they also

discussed instance of Holways found near Taunton, England.



Posted by Andrea Crowell on June 25, 1998 at 22:38:05:
In Reply to: Joseph HOLWAY Descendants posted by Vicky L. Hammond on June

07, 1998 at 21:25:05:



As a fellow descendant, I have some information on Joseph Holway and Ann

Jennings.



Joseph Holway (1662-1732)is the son of Joseph Holway Jr. (c.1636-1692)

and Mary Hull. I found Mary Hull's birth recorded in the Plymouth colony

records (p. 45) as occurring the end of September 1645 in Barnstable. She

and Joseph Holway married in 1657, as recorded in Sandwich VRs, p. 1249:

"Joseph Holway and mary Hull took each other in marriage ye eleventh day

of ye fifth moneth in ye yeare one thousand six hundred fifty & seven."



I have Ann Jennings' birth in 1670 in Sandwich, Mass. Sandwich VRs p. 25:

"Ann Jenens the Dafter of John Jenens was Boarne the 17th of the Eight

mounth 1670"; and p. 1242: "Ann. jening ye daughter of john & Ruhamah

jening was borne ye seventeenth Day of ye eight moneth in ye yeare one

thousand six hundred seventy & three".
Ann Jennings' parents were married 1667 as recorded in the Sandwich VRs

p. 1249: "John Jenning & Ruhamah turner was married ye twentie nine Day

of ye six moneth in ye yeare one thousand six hundred sixtye & seven."



Notes for Anne JENNINGS

Birthdate may also have been August 17, 1673

Children of Joseph HOLWAY and Anne JENNINGS were as follows:

23 i Mary6 HOLWAY , born 18 Jun 1699 in Sanwich, Barnstable, MA; died in
NC.

 ii Meribah6 HOLWAY , born abt 1706; died aft 29 Jun 1772.




30. David7 HATTAWAY He married unknown.

Children of David HATTAWAY were as follows:

24 i Thomas6 HATTAWAY , born Betw 1775-1794.

                                   Generation 8



31. George8 SOULE , born Betw 1625-1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; died 17
May 1704 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, son of 37. George SOULE and 38. Mary
BUCKET\BECKET . He married abt 1648 in Dartmouth, MA 32. Deborah
THOMAS , born 1648 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA; died 25 Mar 1697 in Duxbury,
Plymouth, MA.



Notes for George SOULE
Will of George Soule, Second, son of George Soule, the Pilgrim



The last will and testament of GEORGE SOULE of Dartmouth, in the county

of Bristol, in New England, being of perfect memory and understanding,

praised be given to Almighty God for the same. Do bequeath my Body to the

Earth from whence it came and my soule unto God who gave it. And I do

Commend my well beloved wife and children unto the Gracious Protection of

the Lord Jesus Christ, Humbly Entreating him of his Grace to Replenish

them with his Holy Spirit so as they may live in the fear of God and

Unity of the Spirit all the days of their lives: My will and desire is

that all my Lawful Debts may be truely and justly paid where and to whom

any is owing and all such debts as is Lawfully due unto me may be

Received by my Executors after named. Item, I do give and bequeath unto

my Eldest son William Soule

unto him and his heirs and assigns forever one quarter part of a share of

land Divided & undivided situated lying and being in the said Township of

Dartmouth. Item, I do give and bequeath unto my son John Soule unto him

and his heirs and assigns forever One Eighth part of a share of land

Divided and undivided situated lying and being in the said Township of

Dartmouth. Item, I do give and bequeath unto my son Nathan Soule unto him
his heirs and assigns forever One Eighth Part of a Share of land with my

Dwelling house wherein I live at the day of the date hereof only

reserving priviledge for his mother my wife to have free Liberty to Dwell

in the said before given to my son Nathan During the time of her

widowhood and privilege of all sorts of fruit in ye orchard.



Item, I do give and bequeath unto my daughter Deborah Soule Ten pounds in

money; and to be paid unto her by my said son Nathan Soule at the age of

eighteen years or at the day of her marriage--Item, I do give and

bequeath unto my three daughters Mary, Lydia and Sarah Soule the sum of

Thirty pounds in money and three good ffeather beds with furniture

belonging to them, that is to be paid by my Executrix and Executor after

named, the sum of ten pounds and one feather bed and furniture belonging

to it unto each of them at the age of Eighteen years or at the day of

their marriage. Item, I do Order and Constitute Ordain and Appoint my

dear and wellbeloved wife Deborah Soule and my beloved son William Soule

to be my Executrix and Executor to see that this my last will and

testament be truly Executed and fulfilled in all respects to the full

meaning and true intent thereof in all particulars--Item, I do desire

Request and Empower my Trusty and well beloved friends Joseph Tripp and
George Cadman both of the said Town of Dartmouth to be overseers of this

my last Will and Testament and to be helpful unto my said Executors in

the Managin of their affaires by their help Advice and Councell n the due

execution of their places and trust to them Committed--Item, I give and

bequeath the two overseers five shillings apiece to be paid

unto them by my Executors. And in Ratification and Confirmation that this

is my last Will and Testament I have hereunto sett my hand and seal, this

Twenty-fifth day of the first month of March and in the year

of Our Lord One Thousand Six hundred and ninety-seven 1697.



GEORGE SOULE (Seal)

Signed Sealed and Owned

in the presence of

ISAAC LAWTON

JOHN COGGSHALL

ELIZABETH COGGSHALL.




Memorandum. Yt on ye 30th day of June 1704 then appeared before Nathaniel

Byfield Esq. & Judge of Probate of Wills &co. within the county of
Bristol Mr. John Coggshall and Mr. Isaac Lawton two of ye

witnesses to the above written will and did Sollomonly declare that they

were present and did see the said George Soule late of Dartmouth,

Deceased, sign seal and declare the above written as his last will and

testament and that he was of a Disposing mind when he so did. And they

also see Elizabeth Coggshall the other witness sign at the same time.



Jurat Comum

JOHN CARY Regr. NATHAN BYFIELD.

July 1st 1704 Entered by John Cary Regr.

To ye Judge of Probate of Wills--These may certify that I am not capable

to come to Bristol neither do I accept of what is given to me in my late

Deceased Husbands Will but desire that I may have my thirds according to

law, and that my son William may proceed in the Execution of his father's

will.



Dated Dartmouth ye 22 day of ye 4th month, 1704.

Children of George SOULE and Deborah THOMAS were as follows:

 i George7 SOULE , born bef 24 Mar 1665 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died bef
25 Mar 1697 in Prob. Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

26 ii William7 SOULE , born 1670 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died Apr 1723
in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

  iii John7 SOULE , born BET. 1671 - 1675 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died 11
May 1704 in Prob. Dartmouth, Bristol, MA. Source: Judy Ann Coolidge Hughes -
e-mail: judyh@dnet.net

  iv Nathaniel7 SOULE , born BET. 1675 - 1680 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA;
died 10 Sep 1736 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

 v Deborah7 SOULE , born BET. 1680 - 1685 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died
24 Jan 1708 in Prob. Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

  vi Lydia7 SOULE , born abt 1685 in Little Compton, Newport, RI; died in
Little Compton, Newport, RI.

 vii Sarah7 SOULE , born 1 Mar 1688 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died aft
1768 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

 viii Mary7 SOULE , born 30 Jul 1695 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA; died 17 Jun
1729 in Prob. Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.




33. Joseph8 HOLWAY (Jr) , born abt 1636; died abt 1692 He married on 11 May
1657 in Sandwich, New England 34. Mary HULL , born Sep 1645 in Barnstable,
New England.

Children of Joseph HOLWAY (Jr) and Mary HULL were as follows:

28 i Joseph7 HOLWAY , born abt 1662; died abt 1732.




35. John8 JENNINGS He married on 29 Jun 1667 36. Ruhamah TURNER .

Children of John JENNINGS and Ruhamah TURNER were as follows:

29 i Anne7 JENNINGS , born 27 Aug 1670 in Sandwich, New England; died
WFT Est 1734-1794 in NC.
                                    Generation 9




37. George9 SOULE , born bef 9 Feb 1595; christened 9 Feb 1595 in Tingrith,
Bedford; died 22 Jan 1679 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA He married 38. Mary
BUCKET\BECKET , born 17 Jan 1590 in Eckington, Worcester, England?; died 16
Dec 1676, daughter of 39. Sylvester BECKETT and 40. Elizabeth HILL .



Notes for George SOULE

George Soule arrived on the "Mayflower" on Nov 11, 1920 (Julian calendar).

Further documentation, will and links will follow.

George Soule was hired as a servant by Edward and Elizabeth Winslow



1. GEORGE1 SOULE was born 1590 in Poss. Eckington,England, and died Bef

22/Jan/1678-79 in Duxbury,Mass. He married MARY BECKET.



Notes



Soule; English, Dweller at or near a muddy pond.




Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691
Part Three: Biographical Sketches

Biographical Sketches

Southworth, Constant



A 1620 Mayflower passenger, George Soule arrived as a servant to Edward

Winslow. He became a Purchaser and was on the 1633 list of freemen. He

moved to Duxbury and acquired considerable amounts of land in other

places. Soule was a volunteer in the Pequot War and in 1642 was a deputy

for Duxbury. He married a Mary, whose surname possibly was Becket. He

died in 1679. His will, dated 11 August 1677, with codicil 20 September

1677, proved 1679, named his sons Nathaniel, George, and John, and his

daughters Elizabeth, Patience, Susannah, and Mary. He also had sons

Zachariah and Benjamin who predeceased him. MF 3, with its necessary

Addendum, gives his first five generations. The Soule family history

compiled by Gideon T. Ridlon is not reliable.



Will of George Soule



In the Name of God Amen
I Gorge Soule senir of Duxberry in the Collonie of New Plymouth in New England

being aged and weake of body but of a sound mind and Memory praised be God Doe

make this my last Will and Testament in Manor and forme following Imprimis I
comitt

my soule into the hands of Almighty God whoe Gave it and my body to be Decently

buried in the place appointed for that use whensoever hee shall please to take mee

hence; and for the Disposall of my outward estate which God of his Goodnes hath

Given mee first I have and alreddy formerly by Deeds under my hand and seale Given

unto my two sonnes Nathaniel: and Gorge All my lands in the Township of
Dartmouth;

Item I have formerly Given unto my Daughters Elizabeth and Patience all my lands in
the

Township of Middleberry Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughters Sussannah
and

Mary twelve pence a peece to be payed by my executer heerafter Named after my

Decease; And forasmuch as my Eldest son John Soule and his family hath in my

extreame old age and weaknes bin tender and carefull of mee and very healpfull to
mee;

and is likely soe to be while it shall please God to continew my life heer therfore I
give

and bequeath unto my said son John Soule all the Remainder of my housing and lands

whatsoever to him his heires and Assignes for ever Item I Give and bequeath unto my

son John Soule all my Goods And Chattles whatsoever Item I Nominate And appoint
my son John Soule to be my sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament; and
lastly

I Doe heerby make Null and voyde all other and former wills and Testaments by mee

att Any time made; and Declare this Instrument to be my last Will and Testament In

Witnes wherof I the said Gorge Soule have heerunto sett my hand and seale this

eleventh Day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand six hundred seaventy
and

seaven;



Gorge Soule and a seale



The above Named Gorge Soule Did signe seale and Deliver this Instrument to be his

Last Will and Testament in the prsence of us



Nathaniell Thomas



The Marke D T of Deborah Thomas



Item the twentyeth Day of September 1677 I the above Named Gorge Soule Doe

heerby further Declare that it is my will that if my son John Soule above named or his

heires or Assignes or any of them shall att any time Disturbe my Daughter Patience or
her heires or Assignes or any of them in peacable Posession or Injoyment of the lands
I

have Given her att Namassakett allies Middleberry and Recover the same from her or

her heires or Assignes or any of them That then my Gift to my son John Soule shall

shalbe voyd; and that then my will is my Daughter Patience shall have all my lands att

Duxburrey And she shalbe my sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament And

enter into my housing lands and meddowes att Duxburrow, In Witnes wherof I have

heerunto sett my hande and seale;



Gorge Soule and A seal



The above Named George Soule Did Signe and seale to this addition in the prsence
of

us Nathaniel Thomas



The Marke D T of Deborah Thomas

the new land.



Notes for Mary BUCKET\BECKET

Arrived in Plymouth before 7/31/1623 aboard the Anne.

From Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691
Part Three: Biographical Sketches

Benner, William.



 Arriving on the Anne in 1623, Mary Becket is said to have married Mayflower
passenger George Soule prior to the 1637 cattle division (MF-3). Nothing is known
about her origin in England*, and identification as George Soule's wife is based on her
known presence in Plymouth in 1623, on Soule being unmarried that year, on her
disappearance from records thereafter, on Soule having a wife name Mary (p.244) in
the 1627 division, and on there being no other known Mary to assign as his wife.



*I have found ancestors for Mary Beckette, as listed. Source needs to be
doublechecked. Probably Mayflower Pages for Caleb Jones.

Children of George SOULE and Mary BUCKET\BECKET were as follows:

 i John8 SOULE , born 1623 in Plymouth. Plymouth, MA; died 14 Nov 1707 in
Duxbury, Plymouth, MA. Source: Judy Hughes. E-mail judyh@dnet.net

  ii Mary8 SOULE , born 1624 in Plymouth C, Plymouth C, MA; died 1720 in
Plymouth, Plymouth, MA.

31 iii George8 SOULE , born Betw 1625-1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA;
died 17 May 1704 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA.

  iv Elizabeth8 SOULE , born 1626 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; died 1705 in
Duxbury, Plymouth, MA. Source: Julianne M. Huss Soule GenForum Message #276,
dated September 16, 1999.

 v Zachariah8 SOULE , born 22 May 1627 in Plymouth. Plymouth, MA; died
11 Dec 1663 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA.

 vi Benjamin8 SOULE , born 1630 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA; died 26 Mar
1676 in Pawtucket, RI, RI, King Philip War.; buried Mar 1676 in Duxbury, Plymouth,
MA.
  vii Nathaniel8 SOULE , born 1637 in Plymouth. Plymouth, MA; died 1720 in
Plymouth. Plymouth, MA.

 viii Patience8 SOULE , born 1640 in Middleborough, Plymouth, MA; died 11
Mar 1706 in Middleboro, Plymouth, MA.

 ix Susannah8 SOULE , born 25 Jun 1642 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA; died 14
Nov 1707 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA.

                                Generation 10




39. Sylvester10 BECKETT , born 1560 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England; died in
England, son of 41. William BECKETT and 42. Ann LEIGH . He married abt 1582 in
England 40. Elizabeth HILL , born abt 1560 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England,
daughter of 43. Henry HILL .

Children of Sylvester BECKETT and Elizabeth HILL were as follows:

38 i Mary9 BUCKET\BECKET , born 17 Jan 1590 in Eckington, Worcester,
England?; died 16 Dec 1676.

                                Generation 11




41. William11 BECKETT , born 1530 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England He married
abt 1559 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England 42. Ann LEIGH , born 1530 in
Juddonham, Suffolk, England.

Children of William BECKETT and Ann LEIGH were as follows:

 39 i Sylvester10 BECKETT , born 1560 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England; died
in England.



43. Henry11 HILL , born 1530 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England He married abt
1559 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England unknown.
Children of Henry HILL were as follows:

40 i Elizabeth10 HILL , born abt 1560 in Juddonham, Suffolk, England.




Compiled from information from Marion McGee, Vicky Hammond, Jason Bordeaux,
Mayflower Pages and others.

Henny Carlisle

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Goldsboro NC. 27534

				
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