by Edw. R. Tull
When the suggestion was made that some record of my family should be made for my
children, separated as they are from their paternal kin, it seemed so simple at first, but it soon
became evident that I knew very little about my own people.
Thus began the request for actual data from one generation back to the next. True, it has
required much persistent effort, and at times has met little sympathy. On the other hand
there have been those that very graciously contributed their time in assembling information on
particular families. Their efforts are sincerely appreciated. Without their assistance this
compilation would not have been as complete as it is.
The task has been complicated by the lack of records due to the destruction on nearly all the
Dobbs County records when the Lenoir County Court House burned on October 21, 1873.
Many of the papers of the private collection of the late Mr. Lovit Hines, now in the North
Carolina State Department of Archives, were legal instruments of various members of the
early Tull family in North Carolina, and have been of invaluable assistance.
The aim has been to record the facts as they are to be found in family Bibles, Wills, Court and
Colonial Records and records furnished by members of the family, without resort to
assumption, as a factual history of a family for the members of the family. When possible,
an effort has been made to include a brief historical sketch for further identification and
interest. The information received from a mass of correspondence over a period of several
years has been carefully checked for accuracy. Yet errors will undoubtedly be found, for the
data of the death of my Grandmother is not the same on the tombstone as is written in the
family Bible, and even the spelling differs!
It is hoped that this information may be of interest and value, and that some one more capable
and diligent may be able to complete those portions where data was unavailable at this time.
Edw. R. Tull
September 23, 1956
About 1664 Thomas and Richard Tull came from England and settled in Virginia and a short
time later moved to Maryland. As this is written, two hundred and ninety one years later, the
name is a familiar one along the Eastern shore of Maryland and Virginia. Branches of this
family extended to other parts of the country when the early pioneers ventured into the new
The Eastern North Carolina branch of the family was established when Isaac Tull moved his
family from Baltimore, Maryland, to Dobbs County, North Carolina in 1755. (This family is not
to be confused with the name sometimes encountered in the Western part of the State. The
1790 Federal Census listed Nicholas, William and Frederick Tull with families in Stokes
County, North Carolina. However, they were from a different family, although perhaps
Isaac Tull prospered in Dobbs County. Surviving records indicate that many acres of land
were acquired before he died in 1784. Although Isaac’s descendants are scattered
throughout the country now, as is to be expected, Lenoir County, formed from Dobbs in 1791,
is the seat of the North Carolina branch of the Tull family, and many of his descendants are to
be found there today.
In this account of the North Carolina branch of the Tull family, no effort has been made to
trace the Tull ancestry beyond the first settler to this country. The following data compiled by
Frances Houston Irwin, Genealogist, is from ―John Porter Tull and His Descendants
1796-1942‖ by James Porter Tull, printed by Morton B. Hadlock, Hartford, Conn.;
―The name of Tull was evolved from that of Maoltuile, the second son of Maolfeach, Prince of
Ulster, Ireland, who flourished during the seventh century.
―Maoltuile was the first to Anglicize the name to Multully - Tully - meaning flood - Ulster. This
spelling continued through the generations to Kyras Tully, who died in County Galway, Ireland,
in 1637 ….. Kyras Tully married (1) Sheela, daughter of Thomas O’Kelly, their sons being
MATHEW, Mark, Luke, John, Conner.
"A thorough research through the archives of Ireland reveals no further record of Matthew
Tully until he appears as Mathew Tull on the list of commissioned officers from Ireland in the
army of Charles I, King of England. In September 1649, during the Cromwellian Protectorate,
there was there was a general massacre of the officers of the forty-four Companies of Charles
I in Ireland, and as the only record made afterward of Matthew Tully-Tull was that his
confiscated estates were sold at Chichester House in Dublin, circa 1650-1651, he was
evidently among the officers slain.
THOMAS TULL and his brother Richard came to Virginia from England about 1664.
According to the Virginia records Thomas Tull, son of Thomas Tull, Senior of Berkshire,
England, patented land on June 10, 1664 in what later became Northampton County, Virginia.
Two days later Richard Tull patented land there on June 12, 1664. This was just fifty seven
years after the establishment of the first permanent English Colony at Jamestown, Virginia in
1607. (Cavaliers and Pioneers of VA.)
They did not remain in Virginia long for the Maryland records state that they ―were in
Annemessex Section in 1666‖, and are listed in Somerset County, Maryland as first settlers in
1661-1666. On November 28, 1689 they signed the address of Inhabitants of Somerset
County, pledging loyalty to William and Mary and the Protestant religion.
Richard Tull married Martha Rhodes in 1671 and their children were; Rachel 1672, Richard
1675, George 1677, John 1681, William 1684, Benjamin 1686, Elizabeth 1688, Mary 1690,
Sarah 1694, and Richard 1695. John Rhodes sold land to Richard and Thomas Tull in 1671.
Land was called ―Salisbury‖ and was in Maryland.
Thomas Tull married Mary Minshall. ―The first Banns of Matrimony were published for
Thomas Tull of Annamessicke and Mary Minshall of Morunsco‖ on September 4, 1666 when
the first court sat for Somerset County, and they were married on October 1666. They had
four children. Thomas died after March 8, 1697 as he served on the Grand Jury for Somerset
County on that date. (Old Somerset on E.S. of MD.) Their children:
1. . i Thomas Tull born 1668 married Sarah
ii Richard Tull born 1670
iii John Tull born 1674 married Esther Benton. This family has been recorded
in ―John Porter Tull and His Descendants 1796-1942‖ by James Porter Tull,
printed by Morton B. Hadlock, Hartford, Conn.
iv Mary Tull born 1677.
1. Thomas Tull, first son of Thomas and Mary (Minshall) Tull, was born in 1668 in Somerset
County, Maryland. Apparently, on becoming of age, young Thomas Tull decided to try out the
Carolina Territory, and leaving his family in Somerset County, Maryland, he moved into
Albemarle County, North Carolina. At the General Court of Albemarle County, N.C., on
September 28, 1694, ―Thomas Tull shewing that in ye year 1689 he the said Thomas Tull
obtained a nonsuite against Jno Gibbs esq for which noe satisfaction hath hitherto been made
for his costs and charges therein….etc‖ (Colonial Records of North Carolina) There is a
Tull’s Creek and a Tull’s Swamp in Currituck County which was formed from Albemarle
County. However, he did not remain in North Carolina but moved back to Maryland where he
died. His will, dated November 26, 1727 and probated January 4, 1728 (Abstracts of Wills of
Somerset County, Maryland) mentioned; Sarah Tull, widow. Son, Thomas, is to care for
William and Isaac Tull, and his two youngest sisters, Esther and Grace until they are of age.
Land of John Tull is to be given to Samuel Tull. Sons, William, Isaac and Samuel (William
and Isaac not yet 18) Daughters, Sarah, Rachel, Esther, Grace and Mary.
"In England, the records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury give the wills in 1656 of John
Tull, Sen. and Thomas Tull, Sen., both of Berkshire, There is no further record of Thomas Tull,
Senior of Thomas Tull, Jun., but the highest Irish authorities states, 'The ancient Irish
Proprietors and their children who survived the Cromwellian devastation were scattered from
one end of the World to the other, in England, Scotland and the great Western Republic’-
"In America, the Virginia archives state that Thomas and Richard Tull patented
land in 1664‖.
Note: As to the way some of the old dates were written:
The first calendar was the Jewish calendar, which being, a lunar calendar had thirteen
months. This was followed by the Julian calendar of twelve months or 365 ¼ days, by
Julius Caesar in 46 B.C. It was changed in A.D. 1582 to the present Gregorian Calendar by
Pope Gregory XIII, but was not adopted by the English speaking countries until 1752. When
finally adopted the New Year was changed from Enunciation Day - March 25 - to January 1,
1752, but the dates were then in error by eleven days.
Therefore, George Washington’s birthday recorded in the family Bible as February 11 when
corrected became February 22. Dates between January 1 and March 25 on some old
records may be found as - February 24, 1743/4, that is 1744 by our present Gregorian
Children of Thomas and Sarah Tull were:
i Thomas Tull
ii Samuel Tull
iii Sarah Tull
iv Rachel Tull
v Mary Tull
vi William Tull
2 vii Isaac Tull born December 16, 1718 married Winifred Caldwell.
viii Esther Tull
ix Grace Tull
2 Isaac Tull, son of Thomas Tull (#1) and his wife, Sarah, was born December 16,
1718 and died in 1784 in Dobbs County, North Carolina. He was just nine years old when
his father died and under the charge of his older brother, Thomas, was soon apprenticed with
his brother William, as was then customary. In the Will of Godfrey Spragle, dated December
14, 1737 (Wills of Somerset County, Maryland, page 228) ―William and Isaac Tull, apprentices
of said Spragle, are given their freedom‖. Six years later at the age of twenty five, he married
on February 24, 1743/4 (see note on dates) Winifred Caldwell was born October 25, 1720 at
Baltimore, Maryland and died May 18, 1806 in Lenoir County, North Carolina. They moved
from Baltimore to North Carolina in 1755 and settled between Nuce River and Briary Branch‖
near what is now Kinston, North Carolina. Space does not permit copies of some of the
interesting deeds written in their colorful legal terms of the period when North Carolina was
being settled by these venturesome pioneers.
The 1790 Federal Census lists only 915 families in Dobbs County which was formed from
Johnston County by an Act of the General Assembly in 1758, and until 1779 included the
territory now embraced by Wayne, Greene and Lenoir. Wayne was created from Dobbs in
1779, and the remainder divided into Lenoir and Glasgow in 1791. Glasgow became Greene
Isaac Tull was sixty six years old when he died in 1784 and was buried on his plantation in
Dobbs County, North Carolina, in the vicinity of the present Caswell Training School.
Winifred, his wife lived to be eighty six when she died on May 19, 1806. Her own list of her
children is among the papers of the Lovit Hines Lenoir County papers, page 307, dated
January 24 Day 1762, in the North Carolina State Department of Archives, Raleigh, N.C. The
children of Isaac and Winifred (Caldwell) Tull were:
3 i John Tull born October ye 15 Day 1744
ii Charles Tull was born October 19, 1746 and Died ye 18 th of June 1750.
iii Elizabeth Tull was born Febr ye 6, 1748/9. (She was born in Baltimore,
Maryland, and moved to North Carolina with her family when she was seven years
old. It is believed that Elizabeth married either Hugh Ward, James Hutchins or
Edward Hutchins, and that her sisters, Ann and Sarah, were wives of the other
This opinion is based on the following contract dated February 20, 1784 (Lovit
-Hines papers, p 140 N.C. Department of Archives); ―Know all men by these
presents we Charles Tull, William Tull and Hugh Ward, James Hutchins and
Edward Hutchins all of County and State of North Carolina are held and firmly
bound unto John Tull, Executor of Isaac Tull in the sum of two hundred pounds
lawful money of this State…etc‖.
iv Ann Tull was born May 23, 1751. (See note under iii above)
4 v Charles Tull was born December 2, 1753. He married Sarah Hardy.
5 vi William Tull was born April 12, 1756
vii Isaac Tull was born November 18, 1758. No further reference has been found.
It is believed he died young.
viii Sarah Tull was born December 6, 1761 in Dobbs Co., N.C. (See note under iii
3 John Tull, son of Isaac Tull (#2) and his wife, Winifred Caldwell, was born October 15,
1744 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died on September 20, 1820 in Lenoir County, North
Carolina. (Account in RALEIGH REGISTER October 27, 1820. He married on September
12, 1779 Elizabeth Cannon who died on December 30, 1820. He was listed among those
drafted in Capt. Kennedy’s Company of Militia of Dobbs County, July 26, 1777. (Roster of
Soldiers from N.C. in American Revolution. N.C. Dept. of Archives.) He expanded the
holdings inherited from his father and became one of the largest property owners of the state.
His will follows:
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA MARCH 9, 1820
In the name of God Amen, I, John Tull, of the County of Lenoir and State aforesaid, knowing
that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my Last Will and
Testament in manner and form following:
Item 1st, I lend to my well beloved wife, Elizabeth Tull, four Negroes to Wit: Tomy, Leah,
James and Phillis and one Feather Bed and furniture during her natural life and my will and
desire is that my wife live with either of my three children whichever she prefers living with and
the above named Negroes along with her in order to work for the support and maintenance of
her as long as she lives free of any charge. After her decease I give the above named
Negroes, bed and furniture to my three children, Elizabeth Graham, Isaac and Henry Tull, to
be equally divided amongst them to each of them their heirs and assigns forever.
Item 2nd , I give, bequeath and devise to my well beloved daughter Elizabeth Graham, wife of
Chauncey Graham, my plantation lying on the suth side of the Yadkin river which land I
purchased of William Croom and in her possession and following Negroes to wit, Moll, Simon,
Esther, Ben, Frank, Gabe, Judah, Rachel, Sam, Lewis, Dennis, Tomy and Lige and their
Increase to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
Item 3rd, I give, bequeath and devise to my well beloved son Isaac Tull the following Negroes
to Wit, Sam, Bob, Daniel, George, Phebe, Rose, Tommy, Bill, Silas, Amy and their Increase to
him his heirs and assigns forever.
Item 4th, I lend to my beloved daughter-in-law Mary Tull, my Dwelling House and other out
houses together with as much of my adjoining plantation as my Executors may deem sufficient
for her farm, also the following Negroes to wit, Ephriam, Juno, and Raif during her Natural life
or widowhood, after her decease or marriage the above house lands and Negroes Ephraim,
Juno and Raif and their Increase I give to her Daughter Sally Eliza Tull, I give and bequeath
to Mary Tull Two Feather Beds and Furniture, one horse called Snap, two Mules, three Cows,
three Sows and pigs, fifteen dry hogs, one bee hive, one years provision, half a dozen Chairs,
one table, one pair of and Irons, two plows, two pair of trams, two axles, two weeding hoes,
two Iron Pots, one Grubbin hoe and one pair of Iron wedges, one Case of Knives and forks to
her, her heirs and assigns forever.
Item 5, I give bequeath and devise to my well beloved Grand Daughter Sally Eliza Tull the
plantation I now live on, containing about one thousand acres also the following Negroes to
wit, London, Doll, little Elleck, Kitty, Margaret, Needham, Richard, Susan and John, they and
their Increase and Six Hundred dollars to be put on interest and to be educated out of the
Income of her property and the lands and Negroes to be rented and hired out until she marries
or arrives of legal age.
Item 6th, I give and bequeath John and Probert Collier, my Grand sons, twenty-five dollars
Item 7th, I give and bequeath to my three children Elizabeth Graham, Isaac and Henry Tull, the
whole of my property not herein before given away or intended to be given to be equally
divided amongst them their heirs and assigns forever.
Item 8th, I will that if she the said Sally Eliza Tull died before she marries or has a lawful
begotten heir the whole of the property given to her to be equally divided amongst my three
children, Elizabeth Graham, Isaac and Henry Tull, to them, their heirs and assigns forever.
Lastly I nominate, constitute and appoint my sons Isaac and Henry Tull Executors to this my
Last Will and Testament,
Hereby revoking all former wills by me made, In Witness I hereunto set my Name and Seal
this Ninth of March, one thousand eight Hundred and Twenty.
Signed, Sealed and published
by the Testator to be and contain his last Will and
Testament, in presence of:
Geo. G. Lovick
Lewis G. Desmond (Signed) John Tull
State of N.C.
Lenoir County, October Court 1820
Then was the foregoing last will and testament of John Tull, Sen’r, exhibited into Court and
proved by the oath of Lewis C. Desmond of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to
be recorded. At the same time Isaac and Henry Tull, the executors, therein named, appeared
and qualified. Therefore letters testamentary issue accordingly.
C. Westbrook, Clerk
I do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the last will and testament of John Tull,
deceased, given under my hand at Kinston, the 16 th October, 1820
C. Westbrook, Clerk
(Lenoir County Papers, Lovit Hines Collection, Vol. 3, page 6 N.C. State Department of
Archives and History)
There were seven children born to John and Elizabeth (Cannon) Tull, three of whom married
children of Dr. Chauncey and Sarah (Merwin) Graham. They are listed in an old Prayer Book
belonging to Mrs. George W. Tull.
Children of John and Elizabeth (Cannon) Tull:
i Caty Tull born November 17, 1780 and died young
ii Winifred Tull died young -born about 1781,
6 iii Elizabeth Tull born October 6, 1782 married Dr. Chauncey Graham III
iv Sarah Tull born August 23, 1783 and died before 1820 married Thomas Collier
who died before 1820 Two sons were mentioned in John Tulls will:
1. John Collier
2. Probert Collier
―Received 18th October 1822 of Isaac and Henry Tull Executors of John Tull
dec’d Twenty five dollars it being in full of a legacy bequeathed to Probert
Collier by the said dec’d.
Witness: Craven Metts (Signed) Probert Collier‖.
―Received 18th October 1822 of Isaac and Henry Tull Executors of John Tull dec’d
Twenty five dollars it being in full legacy bequeathed to John Collier, son of
Thomas Collier, by the said dec’d.
Witness: Craven Metts (Signed) John Collier By Probert
(Lovit Hines Papers page 400, N.C. Dept. of Archives) There
were several families in the area named Thomas, John and
Probert Collier, but nothing definite has been learned of this
7 v Isaac Tull born September 28, 1785 married Eliza Graham
8 vi Henry Tull born October 12, 1787 married Susan Hill
vii John Tull, Jr. Born March 3, 1790 died before 1820 married on November 28,
1815 (RALEIGH REGISTER of Dec. 22, 1815) Mary B. Graham born April 7, 1789 died
between 1820 and 1831, daughter of Dr. Chauncey and Sarah (Merwin) Graham, Jr. They
had one child:
1. Sarah Elizabeth Tull born about 1816 and died before 1831. ―August 2,
1831. Indenture between Henry Tull and Henry Chamberlain and Sarah
Catherine Chamberlain his wife of Pitt County and Eliza Argent Graham,
Julia Graham and Martha Jane Graham of Lenoir County lands on North
side of Nuse and S side of Briary Branch, devise of John Tull dec’d to Sally
Eliza Tull and in case of her death without issue to be divided between the
said John’s sons Isaac and Henry and daughter Elizabeth Graham.‖ (Lovit
Hines Papers - N.C. Dept. Archives)
4 Charles Tull, son of Isaac Tull (#1) and his wife, Winifred Caldwell, was born December
1, 1753 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died October 8, 1836 in Lenoir County, North Carolina.
In January 1779 he married Sarah Hardy, born October 24, 1763 in Bertie County, died
February 12, 1843 in Lenoir County, daughter of Lemuel and Mary (Sutton) Hardy. Lemuel
Hardy, son of John Hardy, was born May 20, 1730 married in 1752 Mary Sutton born October
6, 1746, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Chauncey) Sutton. Charles Tull served in the
Revolutionary War with a North Carolina Company. (Col. Records of N.C. Vol. 22, p 88 and
Pension Record Number S7759) A copy of the Pension Record follows. They lived in the
Contentnea Creek Section near Rountree Church which he helped organize and in which he
took an active part. (See Rountree Church minutes August 1828) Descendants are living
today in the same section. The Will of Charles Tull from colonial Records, page 57, Lenoir
County, N.C. Court House, is as follows:
In the name of God amen, I Charles Tull of the State of North Carolina and County of Lenoir
being of sound and disposing mind and memory do this 28th day of November, one thousand
eight hundred and thirty five make and ordain this to be my last will and testament in manner
and form following, viz;
1st. I give and beqyeath to my wife Sally Tull fifty dollars in cash, one bed and, furnityre
and bed stead, one walnut chest that she now keeps her clothes in.
2nd. I give and beqyeath unto my son Arthur Tull one negro man named Lewis which is
now in his possession.
3rd. I give and bequeath unto my son Lewis Tull all my wearing apparel.
4 . I give and bequeath unto my daughter Susana Moore three negro servants, Comfort,
Hollan and Barbary and all Barbary's children to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
5 . I give and bequeath unto my daughter Winifred Mullen one negro man named
Reddick in addition to those I have already given her, her heirs and assigns forever.
6 . I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sally Barwick the following Negroes (viz) Joe
and Enock and Esther and all Ester’s children to her, her heirs and assigns forever
7 . I give and bequeath unto my daughter Edith Tucker one Negro boy named Frank in
addition to those already given her, to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
8th. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Catherine Vause, the following Negroes, Israel,
John Cornesius, and Jinny and all her children to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
9th. I lend to my daughter Laney Jones the following Negroes, Luke and Mila for her own
separate use, not however to be subject to the control of her husband and during her
natural life. After the death of said Laney it is my will that they the children which said
Laney may have which said Negroes I give to them, their heirs and assigns forever.
10th. I give and bequeath to my two Grandchildren Isaac Tull and Jesse Tull two Negroes
George and Dick to be equally divided between them. Should either of them die
leaving no issue it is my will that the survivor should both the Negroes to them, their
heirs and assigns forever.
11 . I give and bequeath unto my grand son Henry Barwick one Negro girl named Mary
also one sorrel mare called Fancy, one feather bedstead and furniture marked H.B.
and my chest that I now keep my papers in and one saddle and bridle.
12th. It is my will and desire that all my land be sold in one lot to itself and half of the money
arising from the sale of said land to be paid at the expiration of twelve months, the
other half at the expiration of two years, all my personal estate not disposed of by my
will be sold, the money arising from the aforesaid sales to be equally divided among
all my children that is living and those that are dead their children have their part
except Lewis and Sally their children to have their of said sales ----Sally’s children as
their arrive to lawful age to receive their proportionable part of her part of her part of
I hereby nominate constitute and appoint Isaac Barwick Executor of this my last will and
testament, revoking and making void all other former will by me made ratifying this to be and
contain my last will and testament. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and affixed my
seal the day and year herein written.
Signed, sealed, published
and declared in presence of
Thomas Harvey (Signed) Charles Tull
State of North Carolina Lenoir County Court of Pleas and Quarter session
January Term 1837 then was the foregoing last will and testament of Charles
Tull dec’d, exhibited in open court and the execution thereof duly proved by
Thomas Harvey one of the subscribing witnesses thereto at the same time Isaac
Barwick the executor therein appeared and qualified ordered that letter
testamentary issue and that the said will be recorded.
Attest Lewis C. Desmond Cl
Enrolled in the Clerks Office of Lenoir County May 11 1837
Lewis C. Desmond Clk
I certify the foregoing to be a true cony of the original last and testament of Charles Tull dec’d
as appears of record.
Lewis C. Desmond Clk.
N.C. Pension Record of Charles Tull S-7759
#12316 N.C. - Charles Tull of Lenoir County, N.C. private in a regiment commanded by Col.
Caswell in the N.C. Line for 6 mos. Inscribes on the roll of N.C. @ $20.00 per annum to
commence 3-4-1831. Certificate of pension issued 4-20-1833. Arrears to 3-4-1833- Act of
Lenoir County - Court of Please and Quarter Session April Term 1833. On 2nd April 1833,
before us, J. Rouse, C. Metts and P. Hardee, Justices of the Court, personally appeared
Charles Tull 80 yrs old on Dec. 2, next and makes claim for benefits under the Act of
He states he volunteered in Dobbs County in 1775 in a company by Capt. Jesse Cobb in a
regiment, under Col. Richard Caswell, Lt. Col. Wm Bryan and Major Gorham. They
marched from Kinston, N.C. when the company was organized and went to New Bern where
they drilled 14 days and returned to Lenoir where they remained until 1776, when they were
dispatched to South River, N.C, to stop the Tories. The Tories escaped from South River and
were overtaken at Moores Creek, New Hanover County, N.C. 16 or 18 miles above
Wilmington, where, they were engaged in a battle under Col. Richard Caswell and the Tories
were led by Gen. McDaniel and Capt. McLoud, who was killed in the battle. The Tories lost
14 men killed and we lost one, man and his loss was thought to be an accident. The second
day after the battle we marched back to Kinston where we stayed until called to Wilmington
where we were engaged in building entrenchments against the British who were reported to be
at Brunswick. They did not attack and we returned to Kinston and were discharged after 6
months of duty.
He further states that he is unable to prove his service by any person. /s/
Lewis C. Desmond CC
Certificate of John Cox and James Tull of Lenoir County who have known Charles Tull for year
sand believe him to be 80 years old.
/s/ John Cox
/s/ James Tull
He certified that he was born in Maryland in 1753 and came to N.C. at the age of 2. That
he lived in Dobbs County, N.C. when he enlisted. He knew Co. Rich’d Caswell, John
Williams, Wm. Lovick, John Gatlen, Dallam Caswell, Blount Coleman and N.G. Blount and
refers to them for character and reputation.
/s/ J. Rouse
/s/ C. Metts
/s/ P. Hardee
Justices of the Court.
The children of Charles and Sarah (Hardy) Tull were:
9 i Susanna Tull born December 19, 1779 married Richard Moore.
ii Lewis Tull born before, 1790 was living in 1835. No further record: (Jones Co
Georgia in 1827; Houston Co.,
Ga. in 1835 census – handwritten note)
iii Arthur Tull born before 1790 died after 1835 married Nancy Tucker (See Rountree
Church minutes - 1829).
The 1830 Census lists two boys and three girls. Children mention in the will of
Charles Tull were:
1. Isaac Tull
2. Jesse Tull
10 iv Sarah Tull born May 18, 1793 married Isaac Barwick.
11 v Edith Tull born January 20, 1798 married Arden Tucker.
vi Winifred Tull married Mr. Mullen. No further record.
12 vii Catherine Tull born July 10, 1800 married Jesse Vause.
13 viii Laney Tull born August 6, 1802 married Green Jones.
5 William Tull, Senior, son of Isaac Tull (#2) and his wife Winifred Caldwell, was born April
12, 1756 in Johnston County, N.C., from which Dobbs County was formed two years later.
He died about 1820. His wife was Susannah, but her last
name is not known. One of the existing deeds is as follows: ―This indenture made this
ninth day of October in the year of our Lord, one Thousand eight hundred and twenty
one between Susannah Tull of the State of North Carolina and County of
Lenoir on the one part, and William Tull her son of the State and county aforesaid….etc‖
The 1790 Census lists four daughters and from deeds it is found that they had three
i Daughter Tull
ii Daughter Tull
iii Daughter Tull
iv Daughter Tull
v Lemuel Tull born about 1794 (1830 Census) and married about 1820. A deed
dated January 24, 1839 from John C Washington to Henry Tull: ―the same being the tract
of land which Lemuel Tull derived from his father, William Tull‖. Four sons - no
daughters. No further reference.
vi James Tull born about 1793. "This indenture made this twenty fourth day of
November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen between
William Tull, Senior and James Tull of the State and County aforesaid on the other part.
Witnesseth that the said William Tull for and in consideration of the natural love and
affection which I have toward my son James Tull and … etc‖ Witnessed Charles Tull
pension application in 1833, was described as from Lenoir County. No further reference.
14 v William Tull born about 1796 married Sarah.
Much of the information on this family has been derived from Census records and a few deeds
in the Lovit Hines Collection in the N. C. State Dept. of Archives. The only descendants
known to the present generation were those of William Tull, Jr. and the last of those died in
1926. Undoubtedly, some Tulls found listed in Lenoir County Census and other records
were members of this family, but their connections are uncertain and it is not known what
became of them.
6 Elizabeth Tull, daughter of John Tull (#3) and his wife Elizabeth Cannon, was born
October 6,, 1782 and died about 1824. She married about 1806 Dr. Chauncey Graham
III of Kinston born July 26, 1783 died March 1853. He was born at Durham, Conn. and
both were buried in the family plot on their plantation near Kinston. He was a physician
and was active in
local affairs and politics. He was a son of Chauncey and Sarah (Merwin) Graham, Jr.
who moved from Durham, Conn. to Murfreesboro, N. C. He was a son of Rev. Dr.
Chauncey Graham of Stillwater, Conn. whose father was Dr. John Graham, D.D.
graduate of the University of Glascow and received his orders at Edinburgh. In 1718 he
immigrated to Boston and married Abigail, daughter of the celebrated Doctor Chauncey
who was Minister at Exeter, New Hampshire and at Stafford, Conn. and the first minister
in Southbury society, Woodbury, Conn. (See ―The Rev. John Graham of Woodbury,
Connecticut and His Descendants‖ by Helen Graham Carpenter. The Monastery Hill
Press, Chicago; 1942).
They had five children:
i Sarah Catherine Graham born about 1807 at Kinston died about 1848, married
about 1828 Henry Chamberlain of Greenville, N.C. They moved to Tarboro, N.C. They
had one child, a daughter who died young. (1830 Census)
ii Elizabeth Argent Graham born about 1809 died before 1850 unmarried, buried in
the family plot.
iii Chauncey Graham IV born about 1811 died about 1830 unmarried.
15 iv Julia Ann Graham born January 5, 1815 married Stephen White.
16 v Martha Jane Graham born July 30, 1816 married Thomas Sims Burt.
7 Isaac Tull, son of John Tull (#3) and his wife Elizabeth Cannon, was born September 28,
1783 and died September 12., 1823 at Kinston (account in RALEIGH REGISTER Oct 24,
1823) Married on February 1, 1814 (RAL.REG. Feb. 11 1814) Eliza Graham born
September 1, 1794 at Murfreesboro and died July 12, 1875 at Rahway, N.J. and buried in
the Cedar Grove Cemetery in New Bern, N. C., daughter of Chauncey and Sarah (Merwin)
Graham, Jr. (See #6) Sarah was a staunch Baptist, converted by a vision. According to
Wheelers History, Isaac was in the N.C. State House of Representatives for
Lenoir County in 1821.
He was buried in the family graveyard at the plantation ―Hammerby‖ at the present Caswell
Training School near Kinston. The graves were later moved to New Bern by Mrs. Matilda
(Metts) Lewis, Sarah’s great-grand-daughter.
They had five children:
17 i Dr. John Graham Tull born November 20, 1816 married Julia West Hollister
18 ii Mary Ann Tull born November 20, 1816 married James Ingram Metts
iii Stephen H Tull born February 1, 1819 died Nov. 1820
iv Eliza Maria Tull born April 1821 died April 1822 Kinston.
19 v Harriet Elizabeth Tull born April 30, 1823 married Edward Powell Stanly.
Eliza (Graham) Tull, widow of Isaac Tull (#7), next married on March 27, 1827 Craven Metts,
born May 5, 1804 died October 28, 1838, son of Frederick and Polly (Bruton) Metts of Kinston.
He was buried in the family plot at Kinston. They had five children:
vi Julia Eliza Metts born December 22, 1827 died March 27 1866, married on June
3. 1853 James Machette Herring. Both were buried at the family plot at Falling
Creek in Lenoir County, now owned by the Baptist Orphanage. They had one
1. Eliza James Metts Herring born June 25, 1854 married on April 8, 1880 in
New Bern, T. L. H. Missilier.
vii Frederick Chauncey Metts born November 1, 1829 died on January 6, 1855 and
was buried in New Bern.
viii James Craven Metts born January 11, 1832 died December 17, 1848 and was
buried near Kinston.
20 ix Sarah Eleanor Metts born September 2. 1834 married Thomas Jenkins
21 x William Penn Metts born January 27, 1838 married Sarah Elizabeth Clark
8 Henry Tull, son of John Tull (#3) and his wife Elizabeth Cannon was born October l2,
1887 in Dobbs County and died November 18, 1856 near Kinston and was buried in the family
burial plot just North of Kinston. He died of a heart attack while sitting on the front porch at
the plantation home called ―The White House‖. He married Susan Hill, daughter of Richard
and Mary Hill of Dobbs County. She was born in 1790 and after her husband’s death lived
with her son John and his first wife. She and her son had typhoid fever at the same time and
she had been buried in 1861 beside her husband before her son knew she had died. He
inherited much of his father’s property and purchased more to become one of the largest
planters of Eastern Carolina.
The home place North of Kinston known as ―The White House" is owned (in 1955) by Mr.
Payton Hooker and is well preserved although much altered. Not far from this, and once a
part of the same plantation is the overseer’s house now owned by Mr. R. Burwell Holland, a
grandson of the overseer during the War Between the States. Mr. Holland came by this
through his parents, J. B. and Emily (Hill) Holland who bought it January 1, 1907 from Wm. H.
Worth who had bought it December 31, 1861 with 2,058 acres from John and Winnie R. Tull.
Mr. Holland recalls his mother’s description of Small Pox among the slaves during the war.
Meals were prepared at the ―Big House‖ and placed in front of the slave quarters that arranged
on a street adjacent to the big house. She said that many were buried during the epidemic in
a spot now know as the slave grave yard just to the rear of the overseer’s house. The Tull
family grave yard is also on this plantation and when visited in 1952 contained only three
markers. One being inscribed as follows: ―Sacred to the Memory of Henry Tull, born
October 12, 1787 Died Nov 18, 1856 ag’d 69 yrs 1 mo 6 D’s‖. No marker to his wife, Susan.
They had only one child, thereby making it easier for this compiler.
22 i. John Tull born September 19, 1832 married (1) Cynthia Ann Dunn. (2) Winifred
9 Susanna Tull, daughter of Charles Tull (#4) and his wife Sarah Hardy, was born
December 19, 1779 and died March 20, 1845. She married in 1804/5 Richard Moore of
Lenoir County and they had six children:
i Edith Moore married John Aldridge. They lived between Institute and LaGrange
in Lenoir County and had
several children. Descendants are living in the section, but information on this
family has not been obtained.
23 ii Winifred Moore married Gersham Wiggins
24 iii Sarah Moore born September 13, 1809 married William Cox Loftin
25 iv Jesse J Moore married Deborah Mewborn
26 v Alfred Moore married Miss Aldridge
27 vi Needham Moore born October 29, 1806 married Elizabeth Jackson
10 Sarah Tull, daughter of Charles Tull (#4) and his wife Sarah Hardy was born May 18, 1793
and married Isaac Barwick who was born about 1792. The 1830 Census lists six children:
i Four daughters - no further record.
ii Henry Barwick was a teacher and had all his investments in slaves which was lost
after the War Between the States. He then lived at the home of his brother until his
death. He never married.
28 iii Craven Tull Barwick born July 7, 1833 married three times. (3) Nancy Ann
11 Edith Tull, daughter of Charles Tull (#4) and his wife Sarah Hardy was born January 20,
1798 and died July 16, 1869.
She married on December 10, 1818 Arden Tucker born December 31, 1789 died July 16,
1834, son of Keeley and Susan (Brown) Tucker, They had eight children:
i Henry Tucker born October 22, 1819 and died about 1884 in Texas. He married
Sarah Raven of Pitt County.
There was a daughter and it is thought he married twice after the death of his
ii Allen C. Tucker born August 5, 1821 died February 28, 1891 married Elizabeth
Walker of Mecklenburg
County. Both are buried in the family cemetery on the Tucker place in Pitt County
about two miles from Winterville. Of six children only one lived to maturity:
1. John W Tucker.
Allen C. Tucker married second Rosa Taylor. No child.
29 iii Warren Kossuth Tucker born July 24, 1822 married (1) Abline James. Married
(2) Susan E Tucker
30 iv Sarah C. Tucker born July 17, 1825 married James Sutton
31 v Elizabeth Ann Tucker born August 26, 1827 married Samuel A. Kittrell.
32 vi William H. Tucker born September 26, 1829 married Amanda Catherine Hardee.
vii Gray Tucker born January 27, 1832 died young
31 viii Arden C. Tucker born June 20, 1834 married Mary Jane Kittrell (1) Married (2)
Nancy Elizabeth Williams.
12 Catherine Tull, daughter of Charles Tull (#4) and his wife Sarah Hardy, was born July 10,
1800 died January 8, 1845 married Jesse Vause born December 3, 1799 died June 29,
1854. Their plantation was near the present Taylors Crossroads in Lenoir County, and the
house still standing has been moved to the highway. They are buried there and the family
plot has markers to both Jesse and Catherine. Visited in 1954 is owned by Lee Heath. They
had two sons:
34 i Jesse Vause born about 1828 married Harriet L Kennedy
35 ii Robert Bond Vause born about 1830 married Susan A. Jackson.
13 Laney Tull, daughter of Charles Tull (#4) and his wife Sarah Hardy, was born August 6,
1802 and died in the winter of She was buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Wake County. She
married on March 3, 1822 Green Jones born July 15, 1801 died January 15, 1848, son of
Phillip and Sarah Jones, buried, in Lenoir County. They lived a short time in South
Carolina, went on to Georgia, and returning to North Carolina settled near Kinston where she
had been raised, and many of her family still lived, She was a charter member of the Gordan
Street Christian Church of Kinston. (DAR #248317) They
had nine children:
i William Charles Jones born December 26, 1823 died April 20, 1833
ii Francis (Frank) Green Jones born February 17, 1825 married Mary, and moved to
Florida where he died. They had two children:
1. Albert Jones
2. Fannie Jones
36 iii Sarah Emiline Jones born July 30, 1827 married Jonathan Poole
iv James Mason Jones born April 23, 1829 died March 27, 1833.
37 v Elizabeth ―Betty‖ Margaret Jones born October 13, 1831 married Calvin Poole
vi George Washington Jones born April 1, 1835 died in 1881 buried in Mt. Moriah
Cemetery, Wake County. two
1. Jennie Jones dead
2. Eula Jones dead
38 vii Asa Warren Jones born December 1, 1837 married Martha Ann Creef
39 viii Martha Rebecca Jones born December 18, 1839 married David W. Hood
ix Mary Ann Eta Eliza Jones born October 14, 1845 died April 13, 1849.
14 William Tull, Junior, son of William Tull, Senior (#5) and his wife Susannah was born
about 1796 and his wife, Sarah was born in 1795 (1860 Census) This family moved over
into Onslow County and were farmers there in 1860. A deed from his father dated Nov.
24, 1818: "Know all men by these presents that I, William Tull, Senior, of the State of
North Carolina and County of Lenoir for and in consideration of the natural love and
affection that I have for my son William Tull, Junior.......etc" (Lovit Hines Papers, page
367, State Dept. Archives). There was also an indenture as late as December 16, 1848
from William Tull to Henry Tull (L.H. Papers page 471, State Dept. Archives). They had
40 i Lemuel H. Tull born 1822 married Perlina Haddock
ii A daughter born about 1823 died before ten years old.
iii A daughter born about 1826 died before ten years old.
iv William Tull III born in 1828. He and wife, Nancy, were living in Onslow County in
1860. No children.
v Nancy Tull born in 1830 was living with her mother in Onslow County in 1860.
She did not marry.
41 vi Winifred Frances Tull born May 21, 1836 married Arlington N. Daniels.
15 Julia Ann Graham, daughter of Elizabeth Tull (#6) and her husband Dr. Chauncey Graham
III, was born January 5, 1815 on her father's plantation near Kinston and died September 5,
1848. She married in 1837 in Kinston, Stephen White, son of William White, born in 1809.
Both were buried in Maplewood Cemetery in Kinston. He was a merchant and they lived on
East King Street. Had five children:
42 i William White born about 1839 married Sarah Elizabeth Green
ii Chauncey White born November 15, 1841 and died at Kinston November 19,
iii Henry Tull White born August 22, 1843 and died January 1, 1844
iv Sarah Elizabeth White born February 1, 1846 died July 22, 1847
v Julia White born about 1848 died young.
16 Martha Jane Graham, daughter of Elizabeth Tull (#6) and her husband Dr. Chauncey
Graham III, was born on July 30, 1816 at Kinston and died about 1876 in Shelbyville, Tenn.
married on March 6, 1838 in Kinston as his second wife, Thomas Sims Burt of Edgecomb
County, born August 26, 1813 died August 17, 1860, son of William and Susan (Sims) Burt
of Shelbyville, Tenn. They had three children:
i William C. Burt born May 29, 1840 Edgecomb County died unmarried in 1882 in
ii Mary Jane Graham Burt born May 17, 1848 in Shelbyvllle, Tenn. Died on June
16, 1889 and was buried on the Burt lot in Shelbyville, Tenn. She did not marry.
She was an invalid and kept a diary that supplied most of the information of this
iii A son born September 14, 1853 died August 17, 1860.
17 Dr. John Graham Tull, son of Isaac Tull (#7) and his wife Eliza Graham, was born
November 20, 1816 at Kinston and died April 25, 1870. Married on March 11, 1845 in New
Bern, Julia West Hollister, born February 27, 1823 died October 6, 1877, daughter of William
and his first wife, Julia Hollon (West) Hollister. Both were buried in the Woodlands Cemetery
in West Philadelphia, Pa. He was a graduate of the University of N.C. in 1836, was in the
Department of Medicine in University of Pa, in 1841. Had a year of post graduate work in
Paris and then settled in New Bern, later moving to Phila. They had sixteen children:
i William Hollister Tull born on December 26, 1845 died September 11, 1850.
Buried at New Bern.
ii John Graham Tull born on March 2, 1847 died March 8, 1847
iii Julia John Tull born on February 7, 1848 and died January 16, 1934 in Kinston.
She never married. She was a staunch Presbyterian and lived with her brother
George Wall Tull her latter years. Buried on the Stanly lot in New Bern.
43 iv John Graham Tull born May 1, 1849 died February 25 1915 married Elizabeth
v Isaac Tull born September 12, 1850 died September 22, 1850
44 vi Isaac Tull born August 19, 1851 married Bessie Norris
vii Lucretia Hollister Tull born November 1, 1852 died September 5, 1853
viii William Tull born April 11, 1854 died August 26, 1854
ix Eliza Graham Tull born August 27, 1855 died August 31, 1857
x Montrose Graham Tull born January 23, 1859 died January 27, 1918 married
Catherine Milligan of
Philadelphia, Pa. They had no children.
45 xi Edward Rowell Stanly Tull born January 28, 1860 died May 11, 1931 of heart
attack at Philadelphia, Pa. married Anna Wilson
xii Janet Taylor Tull born May 5, 1862 died September 17, 1862.
xiii A daughter, unnamed died in infancy.
46 xiv George Wall Tull born March 29, 1861 married Rowena Tull.
47 xv Herbert (Bert) Graham Tull born August 7, 1863 married Anne Eliza Mitchell.
xvi Frederick Tull born November 3, 1865 died October 6, 1866.
18 Mary Ann Tull, daughter of Isaac Tull (#7) and his wife Eliza Graham, died July 10, 1866,
married on January 29, 1839 James Engram Metts, son of Frederick and Polly (Engram)
Metts, Jr. He was a merchant and farmer of Kinston until 1848 when he moved to
Wilmington. They had one child:
48 i James Isaac Metts born March 16, 1842 married Cornelia Frothingham Cowan.
19 Harriet Elizabeth Tull, daughter of Isaac Tull (#7) and his wife Eliza Graham, was born
April 30, 1823 and died August 23, 1879 married in her mother’s home ―Hammerby‖ near
Kinston on November 22, 1843 Edward Rowell Stanly born May 27, 1816 died March 9, 1883
son of John and Mary (Fordham) Stanly of Jones County. Both were buried in Hazelwood
Cemetery at Rahway, N.J. They lived in New Bern where he built a large brick house at the
corner of Pollock and Hancock Streets until the war between the states, when being
unsympathetic with the Confederate cause, they left one night rather hurriedly, going to New
Jersey. Seven children:
i Mary Eliza Stanly born August 25, 1844 died June 6, 1845 at New Bern.
ii John Tull Stanly born September 15, 1845 died August 24, 1846 at New Bern
iii James Stanly born April 4, 1847 died April 10, 1847 at New Bern.
iv Sallie Graham Stanly born August 17, 1848 died unmarried April 27 1865.
She was buried in New Bern.
49 v Macy Outten Stanly born November 16, 1851 died March 2, 1921 married on
December 9, 1874 A. Edward
Woodruff. Buried at Rahway, N.J.
vi Harriet Tull Stanly born January 14, 1853 died unmarried August 5, 1927. Buried
at Rahway, N.J.
50 vii Julia Hollister Stanly born December 27, 1860 married Francis LaBau.
20 Sarah Eleanor Metts, daughter of Eliza (Graham) Tull (#7) and her second husband
Craven Metts, was born September 2, 1834 at Kinston and died July 14, 1880, married on
June 8, 1859 in New Bern, Thomas Jenkins Mitchell born June 28, 1836 died April 12, 1871.
Both buried in New Bern. They had seven children:
51 i Sallie Metts Mitchell born November 4, 1860 married Charles M. Cooper.
52 ii Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, Jr. Born February 9, 1862 married Sallie M. Scales.
iii Anne Eliza Mitchell born August 3, 1863 at Graham died March 5, 1927 married
on June 14, 1888 in Henderson, her cousin, Herbert Graham Tull of Philadelphia,
Pa., born August 7, 1863 died January 24, 1933, son of Dr. John Graham and,
Julia West (Hollister) Tull. He died at St. Davids, Pa. They had five children. For
their descendants see 47.
iv Julia Metts Mitchell born June 27, 1865 died Apr 28, 1882
53 v Fred Graham Mitchell born June 18, 1867 died June 4, 1920 married Mary P.
vi Harriette Tull Mitchell born October 24, 1868 at New Bern died September 5.
1896 in Louisburg, married on
December 18, 1895 in Henderson, Samuel J. Parham. They had no children.
54 vii Alexander James Mitchell born May 28, 1870 married Adeline Claypoole.
21 William Penn Metts, son of Eliza (Graham) Tull (#7) and her second husband Craven
Metts, was born January 27, 1838 died October 25, 1897 married on July 10, 1860 at New
Bern, Sarah Elizabeth Clark, daughter of H. J. B. Clark, born September 17, 1838 died
January 25, 1883. They had five children:
i Matilda Metts born June 9, 1861 died in 1949 and buried in New Bern where she
had lived, married on June 4, 1884 William Luther Lewis born September 27,
1849 died June 8, 1929. She had the graves moved from the Tull-Graham family
plot at the old plantation ―Hammerby‖ at Kinston moved to New Bern when the
bricked-in plot was in danger of being destroyed.
ii William Penn Metts, Jr. Born November 27, 1863 married on November 18, 1925
iii Sarah Elizabeth Metts born October 12, 1866 married on December 19, 1888
Graham Tull Richardson who was named for the Richardson’s family doctor, Dr.
John Graham Tull. They live at ―Bellair‖, old plantation on the Neuse River near
iv Eliza Graham Metts died unmarried May 18, 1934 and was buried at New Bern.
v Henry Metts (daughter) did not marry. She lives in New Bern (1939)
22 John Tull, son of Henry Tull (#8) and his wife, Susan Hill, was born September 19, 1832
in Lenoir County and died May 24, 1895 in Lenoir County. He was buried in the Maplewood
Cemetery at Kinston. He first married on December 29, 1852 Cynthia Ann Dunn, born April
26, 1834 died November 9, 1860, daughter of Walter and Cynthia (Loftin) Dunn. He was a
large scale planter with several plantations and their saw mills, brick kilns, many slaves and so
on. Just after the war between the states on December 31, 1869 he sold ―The White House‖
plantation and bought the ―Tower Hill‖ place from Robert Hart Rountree. They moved into the
Albert Rountree house on Tower Hill road while the Tower Hill was being moved up to the road
and enlarged. One child, Edward R., was born there, then in 1872 the family moved into the
Tower Hill house. Tower Hill was in the family until sold to L. Harvey Co. in 19__. John Tull
was almost bankrupt following the war and had the experience that was common to so many
of that period. Life at Tower Hill was typical of the time. As the children grew up and married
it seemed natural that they bring their wife or husband there to live. So we find that John’s
daughter Katie was born there the same year as his granddaughters Alice and Bettie. John
and Cynthia (Dunn) Tull had three children:
55 i Cynthia Dunn Tull born December 22, 1858 married George A. Grimsley.
ii Elizabeth C. Tull born December 30, 1856 died September 11, 1862 and buried
in Maplewood Cemetery, Kinston.
56 iii Henry Tull born January 4, 1855 married Myrtie A. Wooten. John Tull next
married on June 4, 1862 Winifred Rountree Jackson born February 23, 1840 died
June 17, 1899, daughter of Jesse S. and Eliza (Reid) Jackson. She was a graduate
of Greensboro Female College. They had nine children:
57 iv Bettie Rowena Tull born September 27, 1863 married George Wall Tull
58 v Harriet Stanly Tull born September 30, 1865 married George W. Summerell
vi John Leon Tull born September 16, 1868 at Kinston died November 20, 1920
and buried in Maplewood Cemetery at Kinston, married Annie Lou Smith born at
Liberty. He was a civil engineer, Supt of railroad in Montgomery County. Had gold
mine at Troy, talc mine at Hemp, coal mine at Sanford (Egypt Improvement Co) plantation
in Craven Co. and farms in Lenoir County and Lee County. She next married Dr. Scott of
Sanford and after his death became Postmaster there. There were no children.
vii Winifred Leona Tull, twin of John Leon Tull, was born September 16, 1868 at
Kinston and died November 7, 1870.
59 viii Edward Rountree Tull, Sr. born February 21, 1871 married Penelope Stanly
ix Frank Eugene Tull born February 28, 1873 at Tower Hill died October 16, 1892
Kinston. Buried in the
Maplewood Cemetery at Kinston.
60 x Isaac Montrose ―Ike‖ Tull born February 12, 1877 married Ollie Gilberta Hill.
61 xi Katie Eliza Tull born March 28, 1883 married E .J. Becton.
62 xii Reid Tull born November 25, 1885 married Charlie Bell Craig.
23 Winifred Moore, daughter of Susanna Tull (#9) and her husband Richard T. Moore, was
married to Gersham Wiggins of Lenoir County in the Contentnea Creek Section. They had
63 i Richard Wiggins married Miss Frizelle
64 ii Cicero Wiggins married Gene Langston
65 iii John Charles Wiggins born December 22 1846 married Laura Jane Dunn
24 Sarah Moore, daughter of Susanna Tull (#9) and her husband Richard Moore, was born
September 13, 1809 died February 17, 1844 married on December 13, 1827 William Cox
Loftin born March 13, 1802 died March 27, 1866 son of Shadrack and Sarah (Cox) Loftin.
They lived in Lenoir County near Kinston and he was Clerk of County Court and candidate for
Congress. They had six children:
66 i Susanna Caroline Loftin born November 13, 1828 married William Hart Rountree
67 ii Cynthia Biddle Loftin born September 13, 1831 married Robert Hart Rountree
iii Jane Elizabeth Loftin born April 23, 1836 died July 7, 1901. She never married.
iv Benjamin Franklin Loftin born October 2, 1833 died March 14, 1855 unmarried.
68 v Andrew Jackson Loftin born March 15, 1838 married (1) Sarah Frances Willis.
(2) Mrs. Myrtle Best Gray Sutton.
vi Thomas Jefferson Loftin born July 4, 1843 died December 10 1864.
William Cox Loftin, widower of Sarah Moore, next married on September 2, 1852
Annie Joyner. They had no children.
25 Jesse Moore, son of Susanna Tull (#9) and her husband Richard Moore, was married to
Deborah Mewborn, daughter of Levi and Susan (Parrott) Mewborn. They had five children:
69 i Levi Jake Moore born in 1850 married Mary Bright Parrott
70 ii Claudia Moore born September 26, 1853 married James M. Harper, Jr.
71 iii Persis Susan Moore born January 1848 married Fred M. LaRoque.
72 iv Mary Moore born in 1856 married William Taylor
73 v Eunice Moore married Parrott Hardy
26 Alfred Moore, son of Susanna Tull (#9) and her husband Richard Moore, married Miss
Aldridge. They had one son:
i Lemuel Moore married Miss McArthur and had three children:
1. Anne Moore married Noah Palmer Mewborn, son of James Marion and
Eliza A. (Palmer) Mewborn.
a. Anne Mewborn married Mr. Foster of Kinston.
b. Noah Palmer Mewborn, Jr. died young
c. Lemuel Mewborn killed in service War II
2. Heber Moore married daughter of Pinkney Arthur.
3. Alfred Moore.
27 Needham Moore, son of Susanna Tull (#9) and her husband Richard Moore, was born
October 29, 1806 died April 21, 1880 married on December 22, 1829 Elizabeth Jackson born
October 11, 1812 died December 30, 1882 daughter of Jesse and Susan (Connelly) Jackson.
They had eleven children:
i Franklin Jackson Moore born December 18, 1834 never married.
ii William Charles Moore born April 5, 1841 died February 12, 1885 married on
October 20, 1864. Susan
Catherine Jackson born on October 2, 1845 died February 19, 1918 daughter of
Jesse and Emma (Davis)
Jackson, II. No children. She married (2) Jacob F. Parrott, son of John
Arundell and Eliza (Bright) Parrott. They had no children.
iii Jesse Richard Moore born July 8, 1844 married Mattie Britt
1. Minnie Moore
2. Kate Moore married John Aycock
3. Ada Moore married Mr. Watkins
4. Hattie Moore married George Taylor
5. Lilly Moore married Mr. Canady.
6. William C. Moore married Miss Southerland.
iv Thomas Alfred Moore born July 19, 1849 died May 4, 1885
v Mary Frances Moore born December 6, 1852 died September 1881 married J
James E. Nunn born September 9, 1850 died March 24, 1893. They had no children.
vi Needham Jacob Moore born March 3, 1855 died January 7, 1883 married Fannie
Stewart, daughter of James and Jane Eleanor (Loftin) Stewart.
74 vii Henry Hardy Moore born August 6, 1846 married Ida N. Taylor.
75 viii Susan Catherine Moore born October 3, 1832 married Burwell Westbrook
ix Martha Jane Elizabeth Moore born February 16, 1837 died July 23, 1876 married
on March 1, 1856 Drury H. Phillips, who died December 24, 1870. They had six
1. William F. Phillips born October 30, 1857
2. Thomas Spencer Phillips born August 2, 1860
3. Susan Catherine Phillips born February 3, 1863
4. Needham Moore Phillips born March 28, 1865
5. Albert Phillips born April 11, 1869 died July 22, 1911
6. James H. Phillips born January 10, 1870.
76 x James Jefferson Moore born December 28, 1838 married Winifred (Williams)
xi Julia Ann Moore born October 13, 1830 married on December 30, 1852
Thomas Sutton. They had no children.
28 Craven Tull Barwick, son of Sarah Tull (#10) and her husband Isaac Barwick was born
July 7, 1833 and died November 18, 1885 at Contentnea Creek in Lenoir County. He married
in 1868 as his third wife, Nancy Ann Brooks born May 14, 1843 died May 13, 1919, buried at
Maplewood Cemetery, Kinston, daughter of Mary Anna (Pittman) and Edmond Brooks. (His
first wife was Ann H. - no child) He was a master Mason, Worshipful Master of Bethel
Lodge, a farmer and merchant. Eight children:
77 i John Henry Barwick born October 9, 1869 married Sarah May Coward.
78 ii Mary Ada Barwick born August 24, 1871 married F. F. Brooks.
iii Margaret Barwick born October 11, 1894 died April 8, 1947, married Louis D.
Womble. They had no children.
79 iv Jennie Barwick born December 11, 1879 married William F. Harper
80 v Joseph Foy Barwick born September 17, 1873 married Mamie Gardner.
81 vi Susan Winifred Barwick born September 3, 1876 married Asa Thomas Griffin
82 vii Allen Johnson Barwick born October 21, 1877 married Anna Killian.
83 viii Nancy Barwick born January 18, 1882 married Luke Bennett Roberson
28 Warren Kossuth Tucker, son of Edith Tull (#11) and her husband Arden Tucker, was born
July 24, 1822 and died June 2, 1894. He married (1) Abline James. They are buried in the
Tucker family cemetery in Pitt County near Winterville. Only one child:
84 i John Allen Kossuth Tucker married Della Brooks.
Warren Kossuth Tucker married (2) Susan E. Tucker. Ten children:
85 ii Addie Tucker married Robert L. Nickols
86 iii Lucy Tucker married James H. Hester
87 iv Vicey Tucker married Joe Ross
88 v Susan May Tucker married Amos Byrd
89 vi Myrha Tucker married Joe Harris
90 vii Benjamin W. Tucker married Hattie Galloway
91 viii Gedaliah (Tom) Tucker married Pattie Smith
92 ix Mahlone Tucker married Martha MeLawhorn
x Arden Tucker married twice had several children.
xi James H. Tucker married Mabel Tyson daughter of Noah W. and Susan (Joyner)
Tyson. They live at Greenville and have the family Bible. They had no children.
30 Sarah C. Tucker, daughter of Edith Tull (#11) and her husband Arden Tucker, was born
July 17, 1825. Married James Sutton. They had two children:
i James A. Sutton married Mary Cherry.
93 ii Grey Livingston Sutton married (1) Fannie Nickols. Had one child. Married (2)
Pattie Ellis. Four children.
James Sutton, widower of Sarah C. Tucker, married next, Betty Nobles. They
had one child:
iii Hulda Sutton married Henry F. Keel.
31 Elizabeth Ann Tucker, daughter of Edith Tull (#11) and her husband Arden Tucker, was
born August 26, 1827 in Pitt County and died August 18, 1885, married in 1849 as his first wife
Samuel A. Kittrell born March 26, 1822 died November 21, 1890 in Pitt County, son of Allen
and Lois (Hawkins) Kittrell. (See Pitt Co. records) They had seven children:
94 i Willie Kittrell born October 20, 1867 married Zude Garris.
95 ii Hazzard A. Kittrell born July 14, 1852 married Alice C. Edge.
96 iii Sarah Catherine Kittrell born June 6, 1854 married J.W. Patrick.
97 iv Allen Kittrell born April 11, 1860 married Annie Cox
98 v Charles Tull Kittrell born Sept 24, 1863 married Beulah A. Evans
99 vi George Ann Kittrell born July 8, 1850 married John Joyner
100 vii Leon Lewis Kittrell born April 20, 1868 married Stella Hardee.
32 William H. Tucker, son of Edith Tull (#11) and her husband Arden Tucker, was born
September 26, 1829 married on June 13, 1850 Amanda Catherine Hardee. They had four
101 i Rev. Henry Bryant Tucker born August 20, 1851 married Sallie Brooks.
102 ii Celius Allen Tucker born Sept 12, 1856 married Melissa Cox
103 iii Macon Tucker married Eva Brooks
104 iv Martha Tucker married Noah W. Forbes
33 Arden C. Tucker, son of Edith Tull (#11) and her husband Arden Tucker, was born June
20, 1834 married first Mary Jane Kittrell. They had six children that all died in infancy and were
buried with their mother in the Tucker family Cemetery near Rountree Church. Arden C.
Tucker next married Nancy Elizabeth Williams and they lived near Ballards Cross Roads.
i Alfred Tucker married Nora Johnson. Had one child:
1. Alfred Tucker, Jr.
ii Jennie Tucker born February 14, 1877 died December 30, 1940
married Isiah A. Nickols who died June 6, 1947 age 76, son of John
D. and Margaret (James) Nickols.
1. Rosa Lee Nickols married Mr. Joyner
2. Thelma Nickols married Harry Joyner born July 15, 1899 son of John and
Tena Nickols) Joyner.
a. Carlton Grey Joyner born December 8, 1918
b. Beverly Tucker Joyner born December 11, 1919
iii Mattie Tucker married Walter L. Chandler of Granville, CO.
iv Rose Tucker married Ben Savage.
v Maggie Tucker never married
vi Lilly Tucker never married, lived with Maggie in Washington, D. C.
vii Bruce Tucker died at age 16
viii Arthur Tucker married Johnie Savage
ix Charlie Tucker married Mary Jackson
x Boyce Tucker married Eve Gaynor
34 Jesse Vause, son of Catherine Tull (#12) and her husband Jesse Vause, was born about
1828 married Harriet L. Kennedy born 1830 daughter of John B. Kennedy and sister of
Charles Kennedy. He died young leaving a widow and two small children:
105 i Rev. William Charles Vause born May 21, 1852 married Nannie
106 ii Susannah E. Vause born 1850 married Hardy Hill
Harriet L. (Kennedy) Vause, widow of Jesse Vause, next married Thomas A.
Heath born in 1821. They had three children:
iii Nancy A. Heath born in 1858 married Dave Edwards. 3 children.
iv Thomas Heath born in 1860 died young.
107 v Jesse Thomas Heath born in 1864 married Stella Hartsfield
Thomas A. Heath, widower of the widow of Jesse Vause, next married Debbie
Nethercutt. They had one child:
vi Trudie Heath
Thomas A. Heath next married as his third wife, Mittie Hunter. They
had four children:
vii Hugh Heath married Daisy Wallace
viii Sallie Heath married George Rouse
ix Mary Heath married Mark Cummings
x Myrtle Heath.
35 Robert Bond Vause, son of Catherine Tull (#12) and her husband Jesse Vause, was
born about 1830 married about 1853 Susan Adeline Jackson born in 1834. He was a 2nd
Lt., Co A. 40th Reg. N. C. and was killed at Fort Macon during War Between the States
leaving a widow and four small children:
i Betty Vause born in 1861 married Mr. Outlaw - 12 children.
ii Robert Bond Vause, Jr. born 1864 married Miss Edwards and they
had five children.
iii Jesse Vause born in 1855 married Miss Swinson. 7 children.
108iv John Irvin ―Jack‖ Vause born in 1857 m Attie Elmore.
Susan Adeline (Jackson) Vause next married about 1869 Levi Russell. They had
v Henry Russell born 1870
36 Sarah Emaline (Sally) Jones, daughter of Laney Tull (#13) and her husband Green Jones,
was born July 30, 1827 died January 7, 1885. She married on December 25, 1856 Jonathan
Poole born April 14, 1820 died December 7. 1891, son of George Poole. They went out
West, returned to Winston-Salem where they are both buried, They had two children:
i Penny Poole born December 26, 1857 died June 13, 1915 married on July 22,
1884 Edward A. Conn born October 29, 1842 died March 31, 1906. Only one
1. A son born November 20, 1887 died immediately.
109 ii Sarah Poole born September 12, 1867 married Nathan A. Holleman
37 Elizabeth Margaret (Betty) Jones, daughter of Laney Tull (#13) and her husband Green
Jones, was born October 13, 1831 in South Carolina and died November 1, 1912 in Raleigh,
married on April 1, 1863 Calvin Poole born April 22, 1822 died September 6, 1908 son of
William and Mary (Powell) Poole. Both are buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Wake County.
They had five children:
110 i Joseph Franklin Poole born February 9, 1864 married Edie Jones.
111 ii Icana Poole born February 20, 1866 m Adeline Corina Jones
112 iii Alie Alien Poole born September 20, 1868 m John Wm Honeycutt
113 iv Addie Eleanor Poole born September 18, 1870 married E. M. Ferrell
114 v Emma Gertrude Poole born September 22, 1874 married James M. Wilder.
38 Asa Warren Jones, son of Laney Tull (#13) and her husband Green Jones, was born
December 1, 1837 died February 22, 1899 married on September 19, 1875 Martha Ann Creef
born January 16, 1857 died March 31, 1926, daughter of Martin and Julia Creef. Both are
buried in Manteo. They had ten children:
115 i Josie Jones born May 6, 1892 married John Ferebee
116 ii Annie Randolph Jones born March 31, 1889 married Dr. William Moore Willis.
iii Claude C. Jones born June 20, 1876 married first in 1907 Matilda Etheridge. He
next married on November 18, 1919 Ruth Meekins born August 15, 1892 daughter
of Charles M. and Winnie Meekins. He is a retired Coast Guardsman and lives In
Manteo. They had no children.
117iv Onslow Jennings Jones born December 22, 1877 married (1) Georgia Harrison.
Married (2) Mabel Evans.
118 v Eugene Clarence Jones born November 16, 1881 m Ella Mann.
vi Asa Warren Jones, Jr. born September 5, 1894 died January 10, 1938 never
married. He was a salesman for
O. J. Jones and lived in Manteo.
119 vii Roscoe Jones born October 25, 1884 m Essie Mann.
120 viii Martha Agnes Jones born November 19, 1879 m W. F. Baum
ix Nannie Jones born October 13, 1890 married in 1918 William Northan. They were
divorced and she is a
Social Worker in Goochland, Va. They had no children.
x Callie Jones born April 10, 1898 did not marry.
39 Martha Rebecca Jones, daughter of Laney Tull (#13) and her husband Green Jones, was
born December 18, 1839 died September 7, 1908 married David W. Hood. He served as Lt.
in Confederate Army. He died at Bentonsville in Johnston County. She was buried at
Southport, They had six children:
121 i Henry Warren Hood born October 11, 1861 married Allie Kate Foley
ii Z. Edward (Ed) Hood never married - buried at Southport.
iii William B. (Will) Hood never married - buried at Southport.
122 iv Cody Hood married Mattie Calkinback.
123 v Robert C. Hood married Annie Garrett
124 vi Mattie Hood married Girsh B. McIntosh.
40 Lemuel H. ―Lam‖ Tull, son of William Tull (#14) and his wife Sarah, was born in 1822 and
died about 1908 in Jones County. His wife was Perlina Haddock, born August 3, 1825 died
June 21, 1894 in Jones County. He served as a private in Co. E, 3 Reg. in War between the
States and reinlisted in the same company. They lived in a house where the Dover High
School stood in 1951 and after the death of his wife he lived with James Huggins, on his farm
which was owned in 1951 by L. R. Jenkins and is just across the Jones County line seven
miles from Kinston. Lemuel H. Tull and James Huggins married sisters, There is a marker
at the family graveyard on this farm for Perlina (Haddock) Tull, but only a wooden marker
beside hers for Lemuel. Members of the Huggins family remember him well and the
circumstances of his funeral as it snowed that day. No children.
41 Winifred Frances Tull, daughter of William Tull (#14) and his wife Sarah, was born May
21, 1836 in Lenoir County and died on January 4, 1926 at Kinston. She married Arlington N.
Daniels born March 9, 1832 died June 10, 1872 and both were buried in Maplewood Cemetery
in Kinston as was their one child. She was a member of the Queen Street Methodist Church.
i Myrther Tull Daniels born October 14, 1864 died October 13,1869. The last of the
descendants of William Tull #5 that could be found.
42 William White, son of Julia Ann Graham (#15) and her husband Stephen White, was
born about 1839 at Kinston and died December 15, 1869 at Kinston, married on February 19,
1863 Sarah Elizabeth Green born December 3, 1844 and died May 12, 1908 daughter of
Richard F. and Eliza Bryan (Huggins) Green. He was a Captain in the Confed. Army and
inherited his grandfather’s plantation. He had no occupation after the war. They had three
i Lillian White born March 31, 1865 died September 19, 1865.
125 ii Julia Bryan White born July 17, 1866 married Dr. T. H. Faulkner
126 iii Laura Ann White born Aug 19, 1867 married Walter H. Harding.
Sarah Elizabeth (Green) White next married on January 23, 1872 John Wesley Collins born
1834 died 1910 at Kinston.
43 John Graham Tull, son of Dr. John Graham Tull (#17) and his wife Julia West Hollister,
was born May l, 1849 and died February 25, 1915 at Waynesville, married on December 2,
1873 Elizabeth McKeenan born March 9, 1853 at Chambersburg, Pa. died December 19,
1918 at Georgetown, S. C., daughter of Joseph and Catherine Elizabeth (Hesser) McKeehan.
He was a druggist in Waynesville. Six children:
i Bettine Tull born October 15, 1874 at Philadelphia, Pa. Died July 14, 1878 at
127ii Julia Tull born February 9, 1876 married (1) John Hayes married (2) LeGrand
Walker. Married (3) a German.
iii Joseph McKeehan Tull born March 9, 1878 at Philadelphia, Pa. married on April
16, 1902 Elizabeth Clarkson, who died after an illness of several years May 9,
1954 in Atlanta, Ga., daughter of Thomas Simons (spelled with one m) and
Elizabeth (Yates) Clarkson of Charlotte, N.C. He is a merchant in Atlanta, Ga.
They had no children.
128 iv Isaac Waring Tull born November 12, 1885 married (1) Catherine Smith. Married
(2) Mary Dean.
v John Hollister Tull born May 29, 1882 at Morganton married on June 2, 1908
Grace L. Cavahagh born
September 5, 1883 at St. Paul, Minn., daughter of J. R. and Oline (Upson)
Cavanagh. He is a horticulturist. They had one child:
1. Grace Antoinette Tull born July 13, 1917 at Indianapolis, Ind. married on
October 20, -- J. C. Buhr born Sept.12.
129 vi Charles Watson Tull born Feb 11, 1890 married Margaret Hawkins.
44 Isaac ―Ike‖ Tull, son of Dr. John Graham Tull (#17) and his wife Julia West (Hollister) was
born August 19, 1851 at New Bern and died December 22, 1892 at Anniston, Ala. Married on
October 19, 1887 Bessie Norris, born May 12, 1869 at Baltimore, Md., daughter of James
Biscoe and Theodora (Anderson) Norris. He was a druggist; partner in a drug store in
Anniston, Ala. They had one child:
130 i Isaac Norris Tull born June 24, 1889 married Margaret McKimmon.
Bessie (Norris) Tull, widow of Isaac Tull, next married Dr. C. B. Woodly of
Kinston, where he practiced medicine. She died September 1953 in Kinston,
They had one child:
ii Elizabeth Woodly married Dr. Vance Peary. They lived in Kinston where he
practiced medicine. Two children:
1. Elizabeth ―Betsy‖ Peary married -
2. Vance Peary, Jr.
45 Edward Rowell Stanly Tull, son of Dr. John Graham Tull (#17) and his wife Julie West
(Hollister) was born January 28, 1860 and died May 11, 1931 of a heart attack at Philadelphia,
Pa. He married in 1881 Anna Wilson born April 18, 1860 at Phila., Pa. died 1922 daughter
of James A. L. and Margaret LaRue (Tiers) Wilson. He was a banker in Philadelphia, Pa.
i John Graham Tull born in 1882 and died in 1918 in Philadelphia, never
131 ii Edward Rowell Stanly (Ted) Tull born January 7, 1884 married Myrtle Ridgley.
46 George Wall Tull, son of Dr. John Graham Tull (#17) and his wife Julia West (Hollister)
was born March 29, 1861 at New Bern died November 29, 1941 at Franklinton, buried in
Kinston, married on October 25, 1882 at Tower Hill Plantation, Bettie Rowena Tull born
September 27, 1863 at White House Plantation at Kinston, daughter of John and Winifred
Rountree (Jackson) Tull. He moved from Pennsylvania to manage a dairy at Tower Hill for
his Cousin John, father of Rowena. After her father’s death they operated their own dairy and
farm until retirement when they went to live with their daughter in Franklinton. They had six
132 i Alice Kennedy Tull born October 25, 1883 married George Cooke
133 ii Ernest Rountree Tull born December 20, 1884 married Rachel Sutton.
134 iii Winifred Ruby Tull born November 22, 1891 married John Arthur Terrell
135 iv Frances Eugenia Tull born June 4, 1895 married W. M. Koontz
v John Graham Tull born August 21, 1897 at Kinston married on October 25, 1932
Myrtle Self born November 30, 1906 died June 12, 1950 at hospital in
Orangeburg, S. C. and buried in Lincolton. She was a daughter of A. F. Self
of Lincolton. She was a nurse. He served in War I and was with the Tull
Supply Company of Atlanta, then he operated a hardware store in Atlanta. No
children. He next married on November 26, 1953 Lessie Sacre of Atlanta. (She
was divorced - took her maiden name) They live in Atlanta. No children.
vi George Wall Tull, Jr. born December 28, 1898 Kinston died May 18, 1899
Kinston. He was buried in theMaplewood Cemetery in Kinston.
47 Herbert (Bert) Tull, son of Dr. John Graham Tull (#17) and his wife Julia West
Hollister, was born August 7, 1863 at New Bern and died January 24, 1933 at St. Davids, Pa.
He married on June 14, 1888 in Henderson, Anne Eliza Mitchell, his cousin, born August 3,
1863 at Graham, N. C. and died March 5, 1927, daughter of Thomas Jerkins and Sarah
Eleanor (Metts) Mitchell. He was a graduate of Rittenhouse Academy of Philadelphia, Pa. in
1880. Decided he would like to live in New Bern. Moved from there to Anniston, Ala. And
thence to Philadelphia in 1892 becoming treasurer of Henry A. Dreer Co. In 1918 he was
vice-president and treasurer until his death at the age of 70. They had five children:
i Helen Mitchell Tull born June 17, 1890 at Anniston, Ala. married on October 18,
1940 at St. Davids, Pa., Gideon Lamb born December 20, 1886 at Hamilton, N.
C., son of George Charles and Annie Olivia (Hyman) Lamb. She was a graduate
of Miss Hill’s School of Philadelphia, Pa. In June 1909. She is a member of
Magna Charter Dames, Colonial Dames of Pa., DAR, U.D.C., Founders and
Patriots. He attended Bingham School at Mebane, Member of The Cincinnati,
being a direct descendent of Colonial Gideon Lamb who served on Washington’s
staff. They live in Henderson. They have no children.
ii Herbert Graham Tull, Jr. born August 24, 1891 at Stauton, Va. was accidentally
killed by a train in Philadelphia, Pa. on June 14, 1906
136 iii Montrose Graham Tull born March 28, 1893.
iv Marion Cooper Tull born June 5. 1895 at Philadelphia Pa. was educated at
Friends Select School at Philadelphia , Pa., Shipley School of Bryn Mawr, Pa.,
Grad of Miss Hills' School in 1914, Magna Charts Dames, Col. Dames, D.A.R.
Founders and Patriots.
137v Thomas Mitchell Tull born July 6, 1898 married Fanny Yarborough Neal. They
had one child.
48 James Isaac Metts son of Mary Ann Tull (#18) and her husband James Engram Metts,
was born at Kinston on March 16, 1842 and died October 18, 1921 at Wilmington. Married
on November 11, 1869 Cornelia Frothingham Cowan, daughter of Colonel Robert F. Cowan of
Wilmington. His family moved to Wilmington when he was six. He entered University of N.
C. in 1860 and left in 1861 to join the Confederate Army and served with distinction in various
capacities up to Captain in Co. G. 3d N. C. After the war he was a merchant and broker of
Wilmington. They had six children:
i James Isaac Metts
ii Robert Cowan Metts
iii Thomas Walker Metts died in infancy.
138 iv John Van Bokelen Metts born December 17, 1876 married Josephine Budd
139 v Edwin Anderson Metts born August 10, 1890 married Eliz. Cotchet
vi Eliza Dickinson Metts born March 25, 1882 did not marry. She lives in Raleigh.
49 Macey Outten Stanly, daughter of Harriet Elizabeth Tull (#19) and her husband Edward
Rowell Stanly, was born November 16, 1851 died March 2, 1921, married on December 9,
1874 A. Edward Woodruff. They were buried at Rahway, N.J. They had five children:
i Lavira Louise Woodruff born August 28, 1876 at Rahway, N.J. died in 1881
ii Edward Stanly Woodruff born September 13, 1878 died July 17, 1891.
iii Graham Crowell Woodruff born February 13, 1880.
iv Clifford Stanly Woodruff born March 28, 1883 lives (1938) in Bronxville, N. Y.
v Harriette Stanly Woodruff born January 11, 1887 died in Michigan, buried in
Rahway, N.J. married Lawrence Kessler.
50 Julia Hollister Stanly, daughter of Harriett Elizabeth Tull (#19) and her husband Edward
Rowell Stanly, was born December 27, 1860 married on February 14, 1893 Francis LaBau.
They live (1938) in Tarrytown, N. Y, They had one child:
140 i Julia Stanly LaBau born Oct 13, 1895 married H. B. Richards
51 Sallie Metts Mitchell, daughter of Sarah Eleanor Metts (#20) and her husband Thomas
Jerkins Mitchell, was born November 4, 1860 and died in February 1942, married on
November 12, 1885 Charles M. Cooper of Henderson. They had four children:
i Julia Mitchell Cooper born March 19, 1887 died February 13, 1919 married on
November 1, 1916 in Henderson,
Edwin F. Shaw. They had no children.
141 ii Charles M. Cooper, Jr. born January 7, 1889 married Annie M. Jones
iii Eleanor Watson Cooper born December 12, 1891 died October 24, 1893
142 iv Harriette Tull Cooper born October 1, 1894 m G. R. McKewn
52 Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, Jr., son of Sarah Eleanor Metts (#20) and her husband Thomas
Jerkins Mitchell, was born February 9, 1862 at Winston died February 26, 1932 at New Bern,
married on October 25, 1887 Sallie M. Scales of Salisbury. They had four children:
143 i Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, III born December 11, 1888 married Mary Hester Whitty.
143 ii Eldridge Scales Mitchell born August 31, 1890 married Eula Virginia Bratcher.
145 iii James Walker Mitchell born December 12, 1893 married Julia Maxwell
146 iv Stephen Lord Mitchell born August 25, 1900 married Placine C. Linke.
53 Fred Graham Mitchell, son of Sarah Eleanor Metts (#20) and her husband Thomas Jerkins
Mitchell, was born June 18, 1867 died June 4, 1920 married on January 6, 1892 Mary P.
Meadows. They had one child:
i Mary Meadows Mitchell born May 26, 1893 married in January 1910 George
Stratton. Fred Graham Mitchell next married on January 15, 1902 Ida Latham
Quidly. They had two children:
ii Evelyn Brooke Mitchell born October 17, 1905
iii Julia Graham Mitchell born November 8. 1909
Fred Graham Mitchell next married on August 6, 1915 Carolina H.
Whitehurst. They had three children:
iv Carolina Latham Mitchell born October 8, 1916
v Frederick Graham Mitchell born October 21, 1917
vi Eliza Whitehurst Mitchell born March 29, 1919
54 Alexander James Mitchell, son of Sarah Eleanor Metts (#20) and her husband Thomas
Jerkins Mitchell, was born May 28, 1870 died December 20, 1912 married on April 6. 1906
Adeline Claypoole. They had two children:
i Alexander James Mitchell, Jr. born September 27, 1907 died November 10, 1908
ii Emily Dewey Mitchell born September 18, 1909.
Adeline (Claypoole) Mitchell next married William S Bernard, Professor of Greek
at Duke University.
55 Cynthia Dunn Tull, daughter of John Tull (#22) and his first wife Cynthia Ann Dunn, was
born December 22, 1858 in Lenoir County and died in Kinston December 12, 1947. She was
buried by the side of her husband in Greensboro. She married on July 30, 1890 George A.
Grimsley born July 31, 1862 in Greene County and died March 28 1935 in Greensboro, son
of William Pope and Mary Elizabeth (Dixon) Grimsley, grandson of John Grimsley and
great-grandson of Jethro Grimsley, all of Greene County. He attended Bingham Military
School and the University of Nashville, Tennessee, where he graduated in 1888. Supt of
Tarboro City Schools, Supt of Greensboro Public Schools, Secretary of Security Life and
Annuity Company, President of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company. She was a
school teacher until her marriage. After Mr. Grimsley died she lived with her niece, Mrs. Ed.
J. Becton of Kinston where she died.
147 i William Tull Grimsley born April 28, 1893 married Corinne Justice.
148 ii Harry Barnett Grimsley born July 16, 1891 married Lucy Estes
56 Henry Tull, son of John Tull (#22) and his first wife Cynthia Ann Dunn, was born January
4. 1855 at Kinston and died May 20, 1926 at Kinston. Married on June 1, 1882 Myrtie A.
Wooten born November 18, 1858 in Lenoir County and died on November 15, 1927 at
Kinston, daughter of Capt. Wm. T. and Elizabeth T. (Davis) Wooten (Capt. Co. D. 27 Reg.
N. C. Vol.C.S.A.) They were both buried in the Maplewood Cemetery in Kinston. She
attended Salem College. He was educated in Kinston schools, Bingham Military School,
Harvard Medical College and University of Penn., M. D , in 1876. Practiced gynecology and
obstetrics in Kinston. Besides a leader in his profession he was Director of Kinston Cotton
Mill, President of Orion Knitting Mill, on boards of local banks, Insurance Companies. In 1886
he built the first brick hotel in Kinston, the Hotel Tull. Alderman and Mayor, Chairman County
Board of Commissioners. Royal Arch Mason, Etc. Etc. They had four children:
i William Tull born December 23, 1897 at Kinston and died June 8, 1900 at Kinston.
147a ii Elizabeth Gladys (Betty) Tull born July 28, 1883 married William Carlyle Fields.
148a iii Lottie Tull born November 7, 1895 married Dr. J. M. Parrott
149 iv Henry Tull, Jr. born May 9, 1892 married Margaret Goodson
57 Bettie Rowena Tull, daughter of John Tull (#22) and his second wife Winifred Rountree
Jackson, was born September 27, 1863 at the White House Plantation and married on
October 25, 1882 at Tower Hill Plantation, George Wall Tull, her cousin, born March 29, 1861
at New Bern, died November 29, 1941 at Franklinton, buried in Kinston. He was a son of Dr.
John Graham and Julia West (Hollister) Tull (#17). He moved from Pennsylvania to manage
a dairy and farm at Tower Hill for his Cousin John, father of Rowena. After her father’s death
they operated their own dairy and farm until retirement when they went to live with their
daughter in Franklinton. They had six children:
150 i Alice Kennedy Tull born October 25, 1883 married George L. Cooke
151 ii Ernest Rountree, Tull born December 20, 1884 married Rachel Sutton
152 iii Winifred Ruby Tull born November 22, 1891 married J. A. Terrell
iv Frances Eugenia Tull born June 4, 1895 at Kinston married on June 4, 1927 William
Marshall Koonz born 1875 at West Jefferson. They were retired ranchers living at Lovell,
Wyoming. They had one child:
1. Marion Tull Koontz born March 15, 1930 Worland, Wyo.
v John Graham Tull born August 21, 1897 at Kinston married on October 25, 1932
Myrtle Self born November 30, 1906 died June 12, 1950 at hospital in
Orangeburg, S. C. and buried in Lincolton, She was a daughter of A. F. Self of
Lincolton. She was a nurse. He served in War I and worked for the Tull Supply
Co. of Atlanta owned by his cousin Joseph M. Tull. They had no children. He
next married on November 26, 1953 Lessie Sacre of Atlanta (She was divorced -
took her maiden name) they live in Atlanta and he operates a hardware store.
They have no children.
vi George Wall Tull, Jr. born December 28, 1898 Kinston died May 18, 1899
Kinston. He was buried in the
Maplewood Cemetery in Kinston.
58 Harriet Stanly (Hattie) Tull, daughter of John Tull (#22) and his second wife, Winifred
Rountree Jackson, was born September 30, 1865 at Kinston died July 12, 1900 at Kinston
where she was buried, married In 1896 George W, Summerell born in 1857 in Lenoir County
died July 1917 at Kinston. He was a wholesale grocerman of Kinston. They had one child:
i Marjorie Tull Summerell born July 1900 at Kinston and married February 1921
Charles Thacker born at
Greensboro died at Lillington where he was in the sand and gravel business.
She attended Fassifern at Hendersonville and next married in October 1931
Herbert Taylor of Harnett County. He was an auto salesman. They were
divorced. She was reared by her aunt Rowena from her birth. She is now City
Clerk of Lillington. No child.
George W Summerell next married Stella Meacham. No child.
59 Edward Rountree Tull, son of John Tull (#22) and his second wife, Winifred Rountree
Jackson, was born February 21, 1871 at the Albert Rountree Place near Tower Hill, died
February 23, 1932 at Kinston and buried in the Maplewood Cemetery there. On December
28, 1898 married at her home near Farmville, Penelope Stanly Edwards born January 16,
1879 at Edwards' Bridge in Pitt County, daughter of David McKinnie and Eugenia Bryan
(Becton) Edwards. He was educated at the Kinston schools, (including the Lewis Academy),
Wake Forest and the University of North Carolina, where he was an outstanding athlete and
declamer, excelling in track and football. He left school at his father's death to manage the
family plantation. Became manager of the Kinston Telephone Co. when it was organized,
then dairyman and planter. Elk, Scoutmaster, etc. A true sportsman with a vast store of
knowledge of wild life and forest. A devoted husband, indulgent father, a Christian and a
gentleman. After his death she became a Matron at the Methodist Orphanage in Raleigh
where she could devote her talents and energies to many parentless children as well as her
own. She retired in 1952 to live alternately with her three children, making her home with
Louise in Gallatin, Tenn. He had taken an active part in civic affairs as the fire department,
Kinston Division of the Namal Reserves (with active service at Wilmington), and was quite a
hunter. They lived near the Tower Hill place just outside Kinston. They had four children:
i Frank Eugene Tull born September 14, 1900 at Tower Hill died October 4, 1904
of Diphtheria. He was buried in Maplewood Cemetery in Kinston.
153 ii Edward Rountree Tull, Jr. born May 3, 1903 married Bruce B. Gore.
154 iii Louise Tull born December 9, 1905 married Henry Kirkwood Ellsworth
iv Eugenia Tull born December 11, 1910 at Kinston married on February 19, 1938 at
Tucson, Arizona William
Speight Barnes born March 25, 1903 at Whitesville, son of Albert S. and Daisey
(Speight) Barnes. She attended E.C.T.C., N.C. State College, University of N.C.,
Duke Univ., and graduated from University of Arizona. She teaches in the
Tucson public schools. He is a graduate of Duke University, Doctors degree in
Physics from Univ. of N.C. and other schools. He is a Professor of Law at the
University of Arizona. They have no children.
60 Isaac Montrose ―Ike‖ Tull, son of John Tull (#22) and his second wife, Winifred
Rountree Jackson, was born February 12, 1877 at Tower Hill Kinston died July 8, 1935 in
Kinston. Married on July 30, 1905 Ollie Gilberts Hill born January 22, 1887 died August 24,
1945 at Kinston, daughter of John Bryant and Mittie Lucretia (Edwards) Hill. Both were
buried in the Maplewood Cemetery in Kinston. He inherited the Tower Hill Place and was
dairymen and planter, professional hunter, cotton warehouseman, and later Treasurer of
Lenoir County. Went to the Klondyke rush for gold. Didn't find any. After his death she
operated Tourist home in Kinston. They had seven children:
i Isaac Montrose Tull, Jr. born February 26, 1906 died in his plane, accident near
Burlington October 23, 1914 and buried in Kinston. He married on June 15, 1933
Christine Lydia Lantz born March 8. 1906 in Edinburgh, Va. While in school at the
University of N. C. he operated a garage and the airfield at Chapel Hill. They
had no children. She did not marry again.
ii Rowena Hill (she adopted the middle name) Tull born July 6, 1907 at Tower Hill.
She is a school teacher. She and Doris also operated a tourist home on Queen
Street In Kinston. Is not married.
iii Ollie Doris Tull born January 3, 1909 at Tower Hill. She is clerk for Kinston Police
iv Ethel Caroline Tull born March 30, 1911 at Tower Hill. Married on December 2,
1937 Daniel Brodie Bell born February 14, 1906 at Apex. She works in the Clerk
of Courts office and he is a game warden. They live in Kinston and have one
1. Daniel Broadie Bell, Jr. born July 29, 1950 Kinston.
v Winifred Olivia Tull born January 10, 1914 at Tower Hill died May 3, 1935
unmarried. Buried in Kinston.
vi Annie Virginia Tull born July 26, 1915 at Tower Hill married on December 4, 1932
Samuel Howard Ragland. They were divorced in 1943. One child:
1. Virginia Tull Ragland born November 20, 1933.
She next married on May 31, 1944 William Kinsley Miller, born on April 23, 1904
at Burkesville, Ky., widower
and father of a daughter. No other children.
155 vii Marion Parrott Tull born November 16, 1918 at Tower Hill married on May 6,
1945 Frederick Lee Edwards, Jr.
born Jun 17, 1918 in Kinston, son of Frederick Lee and Gladys (Ormand)
Edwards. He is Lt. Commander in Navy, and while stationed at Univ. of N.C.,
she made Phi Beta Kappa in addition to keeping house and her family. Four
61 Katie Eliza Tull, daughter of John Tull (#22) and his second wife, Winifred Rountree
Jackson, was born March 28, 1883 at Tower Hill, Kinston, married on November 26, 1902
Edwin Jarmon Becton born July 7, 1872, son of Jarman and Eliza J. (Denny) Becton. She
attended Meredith and graduated from Norman and Industrial School of Greensboro in 1901
with her niece, Alice Tull. He was in business with W. C. Fields and then in the insurance
business. Retired in 1951 and lived in Smithfield with adopted daughter, Ann Lawson. He
died in 1955, They had one child to live at birth:
156 i Wilbur Tull Becton born June 24, 1913 married Margaret Lancaster.
ii Ann Kennedy Becton born January 17, 1923 at Kinston daughter of John and
Alice (Jackson) Kennedy.
Adopted. Married on April 21, 1943 Herman Dewey Lawson born in September
1921 in Kinston, son of H. D. and Lila S. Lawson. They have one child:
1. Dewey Tull Lawson born February 6, 1944 Kinston.
62 Reid Tull, son of John Tull (#22) and his second Winifred Rountree Jackson, was born
November 25, 1885 at Tower Hill and died October 17, 1918 from enfluenza at Spartanburg S.
C. Buried on the Creig lot in the old cemetery in Wadesboro, N. C. He married on June 9,
1910 Charlie Bell Craig born April 18, 188_ (She was older then her husband as indicated by
the fact her father died before that date in Anson County) Reid was graduate in C. E. from
N.C. A & M in 1906 (N.C.State College) where he played football and was outstanding athlete.
After graduation worked on government survey out West, then with railroads and later City
Engineer for Spartanburg, S. C. Then formed firm of consulting engineers of Beebe and Tull
with Harwood Beebe in 1916, a classmate, which became the present Harwood Beebe Co.
after his early death. Very popular and well liked. Died in his prime. She was daughter of
Charles Bell and Sara Eliza (Wall) Craig. They had two children:
157 i Reid Tull, Jr. born January 19, 1911 married Grace A. Brown.
ii Charles C. Tull born November 2, 1914 and died May 29, 1921 from auto
accident. Buried beside his father in
Wadesboro. He was born in Spartanburg and died in Charlotte.
Charlie Bell (Craig) Tull next married on November 22, 1920 Robert Crawley.
They had one child:
iii Dorothy Owen Crawley born July 11, 1924 at Mt. Airy. She is hostess on an
airline. Charlie Bell (Craig) (Tull) Crawley next married in 1951 in Washington
D.C. where she was working for government.
63 Richard Wiggins, son of Winifred Moore (#23) and her husband Gersham Wiggins, died
in January 1927 married first Miss Frizelle. They had two children:
i Maude Wiggins married B. B. Latham of Chocowinity.
ii Julia Wiggins married Curley Williams of Craven Co.
Richard Wiggins married second Henrietta Hart, sister of Ed Hart. They had no
children. He married third Susan Wiggins. They had one child:
iii Sallie Wiggins married Elisha Hawkins of Cove City.
64 Cicero Wiggins, son of Winifred Moore (#23) and her husband Gersham Wiggins, married
Gene Langston. They had one child:
i Gene Wiggins married Jack Dail. Had three children:
1. Alton Dail of Kinston
2. boy Dail
3. boy Dail
65 John Charles Wiggins, son of Winifred Moore (#23) and her husband Gersham Wiggins,
was born December 22, 1846 died October 14, 1926 married on July 10, 1873 Laura Jane
"Lillie" Dunn, born July 19, 1856 died July 3, 1896, daughter of John Patrick and Sarah Allen
(Blount) Dunn. They had eleven children:
158 i Sarah Victoria Wiggins born May 9, 1874 married J. P. Bruton
ii Charles Gersham Wiggins born May 9, 1875 died about 1900 unmarried.
159 iii Mark Heber Wiggins born August 10, 1877 married Addie V. Scott
160 iv Guy Cicero Wiggins born October 5, 1878 married Pennie Cox
161 v Winifred Estelle Wiggins born September 4, 1880 married (1) Ira Andrew
Scott. (2) John David Wallace
vi Herman Victor Wiggins born August 20, 1882 married on June 28, 1916 Lillian
Rowe born August 23, 1896 daughter of A. J. and Harriett Rowe, He operates a
hardware store in Kinston and lives at 209 E. Grainger
Street, Kinston. He supplied much of this information on the Wiggins family.
They had one child:
1. Herman Victor Wiggins, Jr. born June 23, 1920.
vii Lola Myrtle Wiggins born August 30, 1884 died November 29 1884
viii Hugh Glen Wiggins born February 6, 1886 died October 12, 1910 unmarried.
162 ix Anna Laura Wiggins born August 31, 188 married David Edward Brown.
163 x Ruth Dean Wiggins born April 29, 1892 married Rufus Paul Brown
xi Calla Lilly Wiggins born February 16, 1896 died February 21 1896.
66 Susanna Caroline Loftin, daughter of Sarah Moore (#24) and her husband William Cox
Loftin, was born November 13, 1828 died August 11, 1915 married in December 1846
William Hart Rountree born December 7, 1820 died October 2, 1900 son of Charles J. and
Susan (Hart) Rountree. Both were buried in Maplewood cemetery in Kinston. They had
164 i Charles Rountree married Elizabeth Kilpatrick
165 ii Helen Rountree born October 5, 1852 married Alpheus T. Kennedy
iii Martha Jane Rountree born November 4, 1854 died January 15, 1915 married
on September 22, 1875 Nathan Stanly born July 10, 1851 died December 14,
1885, son of Nathan and Nancy (Koonce) Stanly. Both buried in the Maplewood
cemetery in Kinston. She died of T.B. They had no children.
iv Franklin Rountree died unmarried.
v Lucy Rountree married (1) Latham (2) Cobb. No children.
vi Bertha Rountree died unmarried.
166 vii David Rountree married Annie Pearsall Loftin
viii Edward S. Rountree moved to Mexico married Maria.
ix Willie Rountree married Rev. L. T. Wrightstell. No child.
167 x Cynthia Rountree married Dr. Joseph H. Winfrey
168 xi Joseph Rountree married Elizabeth Dixon.
xii William Rountree married Julie Mitchell of New Bern.
67 Cynthia Biddle Loftin, daughter of Sarah Moore (#24) and her husband William Cox Loftin,
was born September 13, 1831 died December 31, 1891 married on January 25, 1851 Robert
Hart Rountree born March 28, 1831 in Lenoir County died November 17, 1926 buried
Maplewood cemetery, Kinston, son of Charles J. and Susan (Hart) Rountree. He sold the
Tower Hill plantation in 1870 to John and Winifred Tull and moved to New York where he
became, a cotton broker. They had six children:
169 i George H. Rountree born July 7, 1855 married Meta A. Davis
ii Lucy J. Rountree born August 10, 1858 died July 20, 1860.
iii Jennie Rountree married Edward Hicks. Two children:
1. Joyce Hicks
2. Cynthia Hicks
170 iv Alice V. Rountree born October 25, 1862 m Albert L. Rountree
v Gustavus H. Rountree born April 25, 1864 died January 26, 1894 unmarried.
Buried Maplewood cemetery,
vi Robert Loftin Rountree born March 2, 1867 died November 14, 1900 unmarried.
Buried Maplewood cemetery.
68 Andrew Jackson Loftin, son of Sarah Moore (#24) and her husband William Cox Loftin,
was born March 15, 1838 died October 7, 1917 married first on June 1, 1863 Sarah Frances
Willis, born June 17, 1844 died April 26, 1897. He was educated in Kinston and Taylorsville
schools, studied law under Judge Pearson. Practiced law in Kinston. Was Mayor and
member of the Christian Church. They had four children:
i Benjamin Loftin born April 4, 1864 died October 7, 1868.
ii William Loftin born July 13, 1865 died August 24, 1865
iii Ada Jane Loftin born December 10, 1866 died Aug 1, 1868
iv Robert Loftin born January 1, 1871 died August 28, 1873
Andrew Jackson Loftin next married on December 1, 1898 Mrs. Myrtle Best Gray Sutton of
Wayne Co. No children.
69 Levi Jake Moore, son of Jesse Moore (#25) and his wife Deborah Mewborn, was born in
1850 died September 1913 married Mary Bright Parrott born February 2, 1856 died January 1,
1910, daughter of John Arundell and Eliza (Bright) Parrott. They had seven children:
171 i Gertrude Eliza Moore born August 4, 1877 married Joe Darden
ii Guy C. Moore born and died September 18, 1875.
iii Guy G. Moore born September 18, 1882
iv Effie Moore accidentally burned to death at age 18.
172 v. Helen LaRoque Moore born March 29, 1885 married Alfred Wooten.
vi Phillip Arundell Moore born March 25, 1889 died October 1, 1918 of flue in War I.
vii Florence Isabel Moore born August 11, 1893 married on September 15, 1919
Charles Rowland Stebbins of
Baltimore, Md. They had two children:
1. Mary Stebbins
2. Charles Rowland Stebbins, Jr.
70 Claudia Moore, daughter of Jesse Moore (#25) and his wife Deborah Mewborn, was born
September 26, 1853 died February 27, 1941 married James Madison Harper, Jr. who died
January 1881, son of James Madison and Charlotte (Parrott) Harper, Sr. Five children:
173 i Jessie Harper born August 26, 1873 married Herbert E. Moseley.
174 ii Blanche Harper born August 31, 1875 married Wiley T Moseley.
iii Charles Harper born August 1873 died in 1880
iv Ruth Harper born December 9, 1819 married Walter Brown.
1. Jessie Harper Brown married Thomas Mewborn
2. Claudia Brown.
v Ralph Harper born January 6, 1892 married and moved to Winthrop, Mass. One
1. Ralph Harper Jr.
71 Persis Susan Moore, daughter of Jesse Moore (#25) and his wife Deborah Mewborn, was
born January 1848 died November 1, 1935 married Frederick Mabson LaRoque born in Lenoir
Co., November 15, 1845 died in 1911, son of F. H. and Mary Elizabeth (Dunn) LaRoque.
They lived in Kinston. They had no children.
72 Mary Moore, daughter of Jesse Moore (#25) and his wife Deborah Mewborn, was born in
1856 died in 1932 married
William Taylor. They had three children:
i Herman Taylor never married.
ii Kenneth Taylor born in 1875.
iii Susie Taylor married Henry Hebron McCoy born in 1880 in Kinston. Wholesale
grocerman in the firm of
Summerell & McCoy in Kinston. they had one child:
1. Mary McCoy
73 Eunice Moore, daughter of Jesse Moore (#25) and his wife Deborah Mewborn married
Parrott Hardy. They had one child:
175 i Eunice Hardy married Nathan Hemby.
74 Henry Hardy Moore, son of Needham Moore (#27) and his wife Elizabeth Jackson, was
born August 6, 1846 married Ida N. Taylor. They had only one child:
i Ida Frances Moore born March 17, 1885 married E. N. Dickerson. They lived in
Kinston. Had two children:
1. Frances Dickerson
2. E. Norman Dickerson.
75 Susan Catherine Moore, daughter of Needam Moore (#27) and his wife Elizabeth
Jackson, was born October 3, 1832 died April 27, 1905 married on November 8, 1853 Burwell
Westbrook Canady who died October 13, 1854, two months after the birth of his only child:
176 i Burwell Westbrook Canady, Jr. born August 19, 1854 married Mary Henry
Canady. Susan Catherine (Moore) Canady next married James L. Canady born March 17,
1819 died February 21, 1882. Only one child:
ii Nancy Elizabeth Canady born September 2, 1857 died July 3, 1882 married
Kinsey Davis born April 27, 1847
died October 20, 1889.
1. Their children died in infancy.
76 James Jefferson Moore, son of Needham Moore (#27) and his wife Elizabeth Jackson,
was born December 28, 1838 died January 21, 1921 married Winifred (Williams) Canady,
widow of Henry Canady and mother of Mary Henry Canady that married Burwell Westbrook
Canady, Jr. They had five children. Lived in Kinston.
177 i Alpheus Eugene Moore born December 9, 1865 married Edith A. Hooker.
178 ii Needham Branch Moore born November 3, 1867 married Willie Hooker.
iii Lonnie Moore married Ella Sutton. Had four children:
1. Caswell Moore
2. Hallie Moore
3. Julia Moore
4. Sallie Moore
iv Winifred Moore died young unmarried.
v William Franklin Moore married (1) Edith Campbell. They had no children. he
married (2) Mary _____ . They
lived in Oklahoma. There were five children.
James Jefferson Moore married second Julia Taylor on August 26, 1875, born May 3, 1851
died March 20, 1937, daughter of Frederick Greene and Jane (Hooker) Taylor. Nine children:
vi Elizabeth Moore born June 3, 1876 married on June 3, 1903 Haywood Edwards
born January 17, 1878 died July 27, 1904, son of David N. and Nanie (Heath)
Edwards. They had no children.
179 vii Emma Moore born July 16, 1877 married Staten Sugg
viii Rufus C. Moore born June 19, 1879 died July 18, 1913. He never married.
ix Cora Frances Moore born May 5, 1881 died May 1954 married on November 12,
1923 William H. Heath born,
June 20, 1863 died February 19, 1944 son of Kinsey and Susan (Turnage) Heath.
She lived on North Queen Street in Kinston and managed her farms. Mrs.
Heath provided much of the information on the Moore family. They had no child.
180 x Sallie Moore born March 19, 1883 married Samuel B. Currin.
181 xi Felix Jefferson Moore born December 13, 1884 married M. Chaffin.
xii Hugh C. Moore born June 12, 1886 died August 17, 1929 married Johnie
Dawson, daughter of Levi and Penina (Rhem) Dawson. They had one child:
1. Hugh C. Moore, Jr. married Mary McMellan.
xiii James Frederick Moore born August 14, 1888 died February 19, 1932 married on
June 9, 1928 Mildred Wooten born 1892 daughter of Robert A. and Emma
(Parrott) Wooten. They had one child:
1. Phoebe Julia Moore born September 11, 1929 married Charles F. Dail.
xiv Lillian J Moore born October 3, 1892 married on June 2, 1928 Robert E. Fleming
born March 26, 1891, son of
Robert N. and Margaret Elizabeth (Tatum) Fleming. They had one child:
1. Robert E. Fleming, Jr. born April 1, 1929 married on December 28, 1950
77 John Henry Barwick, son of Craven Tull Barwick (#28) and his third wife Nancy Ann
Brooks, was born October 9, 1869 and died August 14, 1948, married on December 23, 1891
Sarah May Coward born August 1, 1869 daughter of A.G. and Nancy Wright (Stanly)
Coward. She is living in 1955. They had seven children:
i Ruth Barwick born October 14, 1892 married on November 3, 1920 Elbert A.
Moore. They had one child:
1. Samuel Barwick Moore.
ii Mary Ethel Barwick born August 30, 1894 married on January 1. 1919 ---- They
had one child:
iii Samuel Barwick born September 15, 1896 married on March 31, 1934, -------
They had four children.
iv Rodney Barwick born October 28, 1898 married on December 18, 1942, ----- No
v Rachel Barwick born September 28, 1900 married on February 11, 1927, Mr.
Peel. Had two children:
1. Samuel Peel
2. Rebecca Peel (adopted)
vi Susan Winifred Barwick born December 10, 1902 married on June 8, 1925
William Douglas Debnam, son of Joseph Eppye and Birdie Lee (Speight)
Debnam. Three children:
1. Susan Debnam married Mr. Murdock and after divorce she married again
in 1953. He also married
a. Colleen Murdock
b. Mary Douglas Murdock
2. Josephine Debnam
3. _____ Debnam
vii Eugene Tull Barwick born on September 7, 1906 is not married in 1950. Works
with tobacco company in
78 Mary Ada Barwick, daughter of Craven Tull Barwick (#28) and his third wife, Nancy Ann
Brooks, was born August 24, 1871 died September 11, 1906 married Frederick Franklin
Brooks, son of James and Mary (Wadsworth) Brooks. they lived in Kinston where he was a
merchant and tobacco warehouseman. Had five children:
182 i Roger Brooks born January 12, 1896 married Lena Hardee
183 ii Zelda Brooks born April 19, 1898 married Rodney C. Latham
184 iii Frederick P. Brooks born September 22, 1900 married Octavia Broom
iv Mary Elizabeth Brooks married Samuel Allen Bowden.
185 v Craven Barwick Brooks born June 27, 1907 married Martha Scarborough
79 Jennie Barwick, daughter of Craven Tull Barwick (#18) and his third wife, Nancy Ann
Brooks, was born December 11, 1879 married on January 6, 1915 William F. Harper born
October 20, 1869 died April 19, 1933 son of John E. F. and Biddie (Ormond) Harper. No
80 Joseph Foy Barwick, son of Craven Tull Barwick (#28) and his third wife, Nancy Ann
Brooks, was born September 17, 1873 died December 14, 1932 married on November 29,
1900 Mamie Gardner born July 19, 1879 died April 14, 1946, daughter of Lydia Cornelia
Gaskins and James Bryant Gardner. They lived in Ayden where he was a merchant. (The
family Bible is owned by E. T. Gardner of Ayden. They were buried in Ayden. There were
186 i Beulah Howard Barwick born September 24, 1901 married E. B. Graham.
ii Irene Tull Barwick born August 4, 1904 married on December 26, 1946 Carl Lewis
Altmaier, Jr. born
December 6. 1900, son of Carl Lewis and Mary Eyre (Fielding) Altmaier.
187 iii Hugh Brooks Barwick born December 29, 1906 married Mary E. Cheek
188 iv Joseph Foy Barwick Jr. born Nov 26, 1909 married Eliz. F. Shaw.
189 v James Elmer Barwick born Feb 11, 1916 married Frances T. Bounds.
81 Susan Winifred Barwick, daughter, of Craven Tull Barwick (#28) and his third wife, Nancy
Ann Brooks, was born September 3, 1876 died June 28, 1948 married on April 24, 1895 Asa
Thomas Griffin born January 15, 1867 in Martin County, son of Joseph and Louisa (Perry)
Griffin who was a farmer. He attended Greenville College. Operated a saw mill at
Goldsboro, Sec-Treas. And Gen. Manager of A. T. Griffin Mfg. Co of Goldsboro and he was
an Alderman of that town in 1926. They had five children:
i Nancy Verna Griffin born January 26, 1896 married on June 9, 1920 Renouff
B. Kirkwood born March 23,
1895, son of Janie and R.L. Kirkwood. He died March 16, 1950. They had no
190 ii Elbert Alonza Griffin born August 14, 1897 married Evelyn M. Suther.
191 iii Lloyd Bennett Griffin born December 8, 1902 married Irene Thornton.
192 iv Ashton Thomas Griffin born January 25, 1908 married Edna Glausel.
193 v William Barwick Griffin born August 3, 1917 married Elsie Dean Reynolds.
82 Allen Johnson Barwick, son of Craven Tull Barwick (#28) and his third wife, Nancy Ann
Brooks, was born October 21, 1877 in Lenoir County died December 1, 1937 at Newton.
Married on October 1, 1907 Anna Killian. He attended Grifton Acadamy, Graduate of Univ. of
N.C. in 1900, Principal of Kinston City Schools, Principal of Goldsboro City Schools, Supt. Of
Schools at Thomasville and Albany Georgia. Practiced law in Newton and later in Raleigh.
Methodist Church, Knights of Pythias, Mayor of Newton in 1912. Four children:
i Killian Barwick
ii Eloise Barwick
iii William Allen Barwick
iv Nancy Eva Barwick
83 Nancy Barwick, daughter of Craven Tull Barwick (#28) and his third wife, Nancy Ann
Brooks, was born January 18, 1882 married on December 20, 1906 Luke Bennett Roberson
born February 22, 1878, son of William Joshua and Fannie Elizabeth (Griffin) Roberson.
They had six children:
194 i Milton Roberson born October 7, 1907 married Theo Cain
ii Hetty Roberson born May 9, 1909
iii Eleanor Roberson born December 4, 1910 married on December 20, 1940
Sidney L. Beers. One child:
1. Sydney Lalonie Beers born October 31, 1950
iv Louisa Roberson born November 19, 1914 died February 13, 1917.
195 v Howard Roberson born December 25, 1915 married Mary M. Duckworth
196 vi Nancy Ann Roberson born June 15, 1923 married Raymond J. Wrenn
84 John Allen Kossuth Tucker, son of Warren Kossuth Tucker (#29) and his first wife,
Abline James, married on December 19, 1872 Della Brooks, daughter of Simon and
Louisa Brooks. Had five children:
i John Tucker married Sallie Galloway. Had two children.
ii J. Raymond Tucker married and lives at Grimesland.
iii Walter S. Tucker married Velma Harrington.
iv Leon W. Tucker died on June 18, 1951. Was Sheriff of Pitt County about six
years. Married twice.
v Daisey Tucker born in 1881 died March 21, 1951 unmarried.
85 Addie Tucker, daughter of Warren Kossuth Tucker (#29) and his second wife, Susan
E. Tucker, married Robert L. Nickols.
i Myrtis Nickols married Levey O. Henry, son of Amos and Cornelia (Nickols) Henry.
Had several children.
86 Lucy Tucker married James H. Hester of Granville County.
i Kossuth Hester married Miss Forrest.
ii Mildred Hester married Mr. Whitehurst.
iii Tull Hester died young.
87 Vicey Tucker married Joe Ross, a Primitive Baptist Preacher.
i Warner Ross married Leonard James. Live in Raleigh.
ii Carrie Ross married George Gardner. Miami, Fla.
iii J. H. Ross married. Grocerman in Ayden with Staton.
iv Staton Ross married. Grocerman in Ayden with J. H.
88 Susan May Tucker married Amos Byrd. Four children:
i Juanita Byrd
ii dau Byrd
iii Larry Byrd
iv Rena Byrd
89 Myrha Tucker married Joe Harris. Three children:
i Ben Lewis Harris
ii Susan Brown Harris
iii son Harris
90 Benjamin W. Tucker married Hattie Galloway. Two children:
i Malone Tucker married Estelle Collins.
ii Nan Loy Tucker lives in Winterville, unmarried.
91 Gedaliah (Tom) Tucker married Pattie Smith, daughter of John H. and Sallie (McLawhorn)
Smith. Several children:
i Dr. E. C. Tucker of Grifton
ii Veva Tucker married Mr. Renfrow
92 Mahlone Tucker married Martha McLawhorn, daughter of Lorenza and Susan E
McLawhorn. They had three children:
i Lorenza Tucker married Miss Collins
ii Josie Tucker
iii Margaret Tucker
93 Grey Livingston Sutton, son of Sarah C Tucker (#30) and her husband James Sutton,
married first Fannie Nickols. Had one child:
i Frank Sutton married Miss Moore, had two children Grey Livingston Sutton
married Second, Pattie Ellis. They had four children:
ii Leila Sutton married Joseph J. Jenkins. Children:
1. Olthus Jenkins
2. Leota Jenkins married Benjamin Tyson son of Lloyd W. and Susan
(Joyner) Tyson. Had a son and
iii Dorothy R Sutton married Lennie W. Edwards.
1. Alice Lee Edwards
2. Bobby Edwards
3. Leon Edwards
iv Lucy Sutton married James Allen. Had two children:
1. Virginia Allen married William L. Green
2. James Sidney Allen married Marjorie Mills. They had three children:
a. Sue Allen
b. Jimmie Allen
c. son Allen
3. John Kirby Allen
v Berry Sutton married and lives at Jefferson City, Mo.
94 Willie Kittrell. Daughter of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband, Samuel A. Kittrell,
was born October 20, 1867 died July 5, 1929 married on May 28, 1890 Zude Garris born May
2, 1872 died June 20, 1906, daughter of R. H.
and Louise (Cox) Garria. They lived at Grifton where he was a lumber mill Operator. They
had one child:
i Annabel Kittrell born April 18, 1892 married on September 24, 1913 L. H. (Sollie)
Winstead born November 2, son of Graham and Mittie B. Winstead. She is an
office assistant, Wilson, N. C. One child:
1. William K. Winstead born March 16, 1917 at Wilson married Adelle Maine
of New Bern. Live in Fla.
95 Hazzard A. Kittrell son of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband Samuel A. Kittrell,
was born July 14, 1852 died March 27, 1905 married on January 15, 1896 Alice C. Edge born
in 1869 daughter of James and Mary Edge. Married by J. L. Chestnut. They had three
i Ann Elizabeth Kittrell married Lathe Morris - Farmville.
ii. Samuel Howard Kittrell married Ethel Jones.
iii Mary Ellen Kittrell married Walter Newton. No child.
96 Sarah Catherine (Sadie) Kittrell, daughter of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband
Samuel A. Kittrell, was born June 6, 1854 died May 29, 1920 married in November 1871
James W. Patrick born August 6, 1843 died April 12, 1886, son of Cornelius and Lucy
(Ormand) Patrick. He was a farmer and they had four children:
197 i Ada A. Patrick born Mar 19, 1885 married Godfrey A. Evans
ii Aurelie Elizabeth Patrick born December 16, 1872 died July 19, 1944 married J.
W. Tripp. They were
divorced. There were no children.
iii Mary Lois Patrick born February 25, 1881 died November 10, 1906 married R.
W. Wainwright born
November 11, 1878 died February 21, 1945. They had no children.
iv Frank Augusta Patrick born May 25, 1877 died March 8, 1914. He never married.
97 Allen Kittrell, son of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband Samuel A. Kittrell, was
born April 11, 1860. He married on June 9, 1883 Annie Cox born in 1865 daughter of
Archibald and Bet (Wilson) Cox. They had eighth children:
i Roy Kittrell died September 8, 1949 married on May 29, 1912 Maggie Savage.
1. Dorothy L. Kittrell died September 2, 1930
2. four others Kittrell
ii Lyda Kittrell born in 1886 married on January 24, 1907 John G. Stokes born in
1880, son of B. F. and Bettie Stokes
iii Annie Ree Kittrell is not married (1953) Teaches in Clinton public schools.
iv Mabel Kittrell born in 1888 married on November 6, 1907 Will A. Cherry born in
1886 son of Jesse L. and
Sophia J. Cherry.
198 v Marvin Lynwood Kittrell born May 1, 1897 married Lillian Ruth Sermons
199 vi Burney Kittrell born Sept 4, 1900 married Estelle Gardner
200 vii Minnie Lee Kittrell married (1) Sidney Ormand. She married (2) Hal Heath.
98 Charles Tull Kittrell son of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband Samuel A, Kittrell,
was born September 24, 1863 died January 31, 1930, married on February 16, 1887 Beulah
A. Evans born July 31, 1868 died November 30, 1923, daughter of Amos and Mary (Jackson)
Evans. They lived at Sanford and had six children:
201 i Bertha Lois Kittrell born April 1, 1888 married Ben D. Forrest
202 ii Ollen Victor Kittrell born September 17, 1889 married Retha Little
203 iii Eliz. Ann Kittrell born December 25, 1892 married Grover Dow Manning
204 iv Lyman Evans Kittrell born December 15, 1897 married Marjie Bell Tuck
v Mary Elizabeth Kittrell born April 8, 1889 died August 28, 1891.
vi Charles Lee Kittrell born January 23, 1899 died June 10, 1899.
99 George Ann Kittrell, daughter of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband, Samuel A.
Kittrell, was born July 8. 1850 died August 23, 1927 married on December 18, 1872 John
Joyner May born June 5, 1848 died January 9, 1926, son of
William and Mary J. (Tyson) May. Of ten children five died in infancy.
i-v May children/died in infancy
vi Ella V. May lives unmarried on the old Tucker Home Place two miles from
Winterville. She supplied much of the information on the Tucker family, much of
it from memory. Living in 1953.
205 vii William S. May died November 7, 1947 married on September 14, 1921 Ella D.
Credle, daughter of I. Credle.
viii Fannie R. May born April 23, 1881 married on May 10, 1905 Walter Gardner died
September 28, 1912, son of Amiriah and Henrietta (Smith) Gardner. One child:
1. Wilbur Gardner born June 13, 1909 is not married. He and his mother
live with Ella V. May, above.
206 ix John R. May born February 16, 1879 married on November 3, 1909 Mary R.
207 x Hazzard H. May born May 14, 1894 married Ada Myrtle Credle.
100 Leon Lewis Kittrell son of Elizabeth Ann Tucker (#31) and her husband Samuel A. Kittrell,
was born April 20, 1868 died April 4, 1922 married on December 18, 1883 Stella Hardee born
in 1863 died August 8, 1950, daughter of John B. and Jane Elizabeth (Smith) Hardee. They
had eight children:
208 i Effie Eliz. Kittrell born Oct 11, 1884 married Guy B. Taylor
209 ii Hattie Cleora Kittrell born June 16, 1887 married A. R. Cannon.
210 iii Ola Samuel Kittrell born in 1889 married Lizzie B. Dixon
211 iv Lona Jane Kittrell born Aug 7, 1891 married Roy T. Cox.
212 v John Bryan Kittrell born Apr 12, 1893 married Elizabeth Hinton.
213 vi Leon Lewis Kittrell, Jr. born Aug 12, 1895 married Blanch Allen
214 vii Wilbur Marvin Kittrell born Aug 14, 1897 married Sallie Carman
215 viii Lynwood Gold Kittrell born Aug 28, 1900 married Beatrice Falstraul
101 Rev. Henry Bryant Tucker, son of William H. Tucker (#32) and his wife Amanda
Catherine Hardee, was born August 20, 1851 died February 7, 1921 married Sallie Brooks
born May 18, 1853 died June 20, 1924, daughter of Simon and Louisa Brooks. Nine
i son Tucker married Ella Anderson. Had no children.
ii Mattie Tucker married Oscar McLawhorn, son of Alfred and Sophia (Brown)
McLawhorn. Three children:
1. Oscar McLawhorn, Jr. died young.
2. son McLawhorn
3. daughter McLawhorn
iii Oscar Tucker married Sallie Cox born 1876 died 1947.
iv Henry Tucker, Jr. did not marry.
v Lula K. Tucker born February 1, 1880 died January 9, 1922 did not marry.
vi Stella J. Tucker born July 15, 1886 died April 4, 1946
vii Naomi Tucker married Henry Forbes.
viii Myrtle Ruth Tucker.
ix Lucy Tucker married Mr. Taylor.
102 Celius Allen Tucker born September 12, 1856 died May 12, 1934 married Melissa
Cox born June 15, 1863 died June 8, 1928, daughter of Archibald and Betty (Wilson) Cox.
They had seven children:
i William A. Tucker married Carrie Chapman. Two children:
1. daughter Tucker married Lewis Branch.
2. Ralph Ashton Tucker.
ii Durwood Tucker born March 17, 1888 died, October 16, 1918 never married.
iii Heber L. Tucker born June 26, 1890 died June 4, 1913 never married.
iv Ralph Ashton Tucker born April 27, 1897 died May 29, 1914 never married.
v Novella Tucker married James L. Evans. One child:
1. Margaret Evans married John Churchwell
vi Olla Tucker married Miss Mercer.
vii Simon Tucker.
103 Macon Tucker married Eva Brooks, daughter of Simon and Louisa Brooks, They had four
i Alma Tucker married Samuel I. Dudley. He was once Sheriff of Pitt County.
They had about six children.
ii Charlie M. Tucker died January 19, 1925 married Mary Hart, They had no
iii Louise Tucker did not marry - works in Greenville.
iv Lloyd Tucker married Miss ______.
1. Florence Tucker married on October 15, 1947 Robin Holland.
104 Martha Tucker (Aunt Puss) married Noah W. Forbes. Had ten children:
216 i Nannie E. Forbes married (1) Alfred Forbes (2) B. Jolley
217 ii Edward Forbes born 1876 died 1921, married (1) Martha Dudley (2) Margaret
iii Heber Forbes married Lena Anderson.
iv Pearl Forbes married Allen B. Moye
v Nora Forbes married (1) Ed Jolley who died August 17, 1905 (Killed in excursion
train wreck with his brother
Walter. His brother Heber was only survivor)
vi Melene Forbes married Albert M. Allen
vii Neva Forbes married J. Thomas Allen, Jr.
viii Clara Forbes married Elias Crawford, See #197, iv
ix Bett Forbes married W. Harvey Allen.
x Walter Forbes died August 17, 1905 unmarried.
105 Rev. William Charles Vause, son of Jesse Vause (# 34) and his wife Harriet L. Kennedy,
was born May 21, died 1852 April 18, 1914, buried in Rainbow Cemetery at Hookerton,
married Nannie S. Taylor. He was a farmer and local preacher of the Hookerton vicinity,
called lightwood preacher because they prepared their sermons at night after the days work by
light of a lightwood knot. They had seven children:
218 i Hardy Linwood Vause married Myrtle Beaman
ii Charles Edward Vause married Lucretia Allen. One child:
1. Jasper Vause married and divorced.
iii Jesse Bruton Vause born November 18, 1877 died February 23,1908 buried at
Hookerton. He never married.
iv Nonnie Vause married (1) Seth Hardy of Maury. No child. (2) Sam
Hollowell. No child.
v Nannie Vause married Henry Bynum of Tarboro. Two child.
1. Sue Bynum
2. Charlotte Bynum.
219 vi Rachel Vause married Will Beaman
vii Daniel Boone Vause married Alma Kilpatrick of Hookerton.
1. Infant son born August 20, 1909 d August 22, 1909. Hookerton.
106 Susannah "Sue" E. Vause, daughter of Jesse Vause (#34) and his wife Harriet L. Kennedy
was born in 1850 married Hardy Hill, widower and father of Cora E. Hill and William Claude
Hill (Who worked in store in Kinston and died young unmarried). They lived near the Vause
Place at Louzon Swamp near present Taylors Cross Roads. One child:
220 i Hattie May Hill born 1869 married Dr. R. H. Temple
107 Jesse Thomas Heath, son of Harriet L. (Kennedy) (Vause) Heath (#34) and her second
husband Thomas A. Heath, was born in 1864 married on December 18, 1889 Stella Hartsfield
born in 1867. He was Clerk of Superior Court and she was his assistant. They lived in
Kinston and had one child:
221 i Thomas Woodly Heath married Lucie Ross
108 John ―Jack" Irvin Vause, son of Robert Bond Vause (#35) and his wife Susan Adeline
Jackson, was born in 1857 married on December 15, 1885 Attie Elmore born in 1866. They
had three children:
i Carl Vause of LaGrange.
ii Joel Elmore Vause born August 29, 1890
iii Roland Kenneth Vause born January 18, 1892
109 Sarah Poole, daughter of Sarah Emaline Jones (#36) and her husband Jonathan Poole,
was born September 12, 1867 and died November 16, 1945 married on January 3, 1888
Nathan Alonza Holleman born September 5, 1862 died September 28, 1924 son of Nathan P,
and Emily Ianna (Adams) Poole. Winston-Salem. They had seven children:
222 i Dr. Tom Holleman married Bertha Brown
223 ii Nellie Holleman born June 14, 1894 married Adrien Sigmon.
224 iii Poole Holleman born May 4, 1892 married Hazel Pratt
iv Elaine Holleman born November 14, 1902 married on September 28, 1921 Ralph
Charles who died in 1934. They had no children.
225 v Arthur Holleman born July 21, 1899 married Elizabeth Bahnson
226 vi Sherwood Holleman born Jul 1, 1900 married Irona Godwin
vii Sarah (Sadie) Holleman born April 23, 1906. She is not married. She lives in
Winston-Salem at the Holleman
home place. She supplied data on the Holleman family.
110 Joseph Franklin Poole, son of Elizabeth Margaret Jones (#37) and her husband, Calvin
Poole, was born February 9, 1864 died May 23, 1943 and buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery,
married on February 12, 1890 Edie Jones born in 1863 and died in 1934, daughter of Gaston
and Samantha (Johnson) Jones. He was a farmer, deacon of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church,
Supt of Sunday School, Teacher in Sunday School, and active on the School Committees.
227 i. Dr. Frank Kenneth Poole born Dec. 23, 1890 married Rose Goodwin
ii Veola Gray Poole born August 9, 1892 Meredith College student is connected
with Fayetteville school cafeteria and is active in church work.
228 iii Robert Gaston Poole born Aug 30, 1897 married Mamie Morgan
229 iv Calvin Parker Poole born Sept 17, 1900 married Mildred Barrington
111 Icana Poole, son of Elizabeth Margaret Jones (#37) and her husband, Calvin Poole, was
born February 1866 died May 9, 1919 and buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, married on
December 1. 1889 Adeline Corine Jones born October 6, 1866 died June 13, 1946, daughter
of Gaston and Samantha (Johnson) Jones. She is buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. He lived
at Clayton where he farmed and was a cotton seed specialist, farm produce shipper, Deacon
in Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Trustee and Committeeman of Mt. Moriah Acadamy, and active
in all civic movements. They had five children:
i Winnie Mae Poole born October 5, 1890 died May 17, 1891 and buried in Mt.
ii Elliot Sweney Poole born January 14, 1892 died May 11, 1951 and buried in Mt.
Moriah Cemetery. He was a
farmer and in the real estate business, Supt of Mt. Moriah Sunday School, and
active in it’s work.
230 iii Frances "Fannie‖ Belle Poole born Sept 20, 1893 married T. P.Parke.
231 iv Nannie Lou Poole born May 14, 1896 married Swade Emett Barbour
232 v Bonnie Clifton Poole born Jun 4. 1902 married Evelun Kitchin.
112 Alie Alien Poole, daughter of Elizabeth Margaret Jones (#37) and her husband Calvin
Poole, was born September 20, 1868 married on November 19, 1890 John Honeycutt born
November 24, 1866 son of David and Kate (Whitley) Honeycutt, They live in Wake County.
She is a housewife, Choir member, Missionary Society Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, interested
in church and civic activities. He is a farmer, former crier in Federal Court and Deputy
Sheriff, Deacon (emeritus) Mt. Moriah Church and Junior Order. Five children:
233 i Myrtie Vay Honeycutt born Sept 16, 1891 married Moses E. Powell
234 ii Agnes Alien Honeycutt born April 29, 1895 married Willis R. Johnson
235 iii Ruby Lee Honeycutt born October 19, 1902 married J. C. Barrington
236 iv Emma Doris Honeycutt born July 18, 1906 married H. B. Arnold, Jr.
v Kate Elizabeth Honeycutt born February 10, 1893 died June 8, 1893 and was
buried in Mt., Moriah Cemetery.
113 Addie Eleanor Poole, daughter of Elizabeth Margaret Jones (#37) and her husband
Calvin Poole, was born September 18, 1870 died August 2, 1942 married on November 23,
1887 Evered Marcus Ferrell born October 14, 1860 died July 7, 1890 son of Labon and Ailey
(Barlow) Ferrell. They lived in Wake County and later in Raleigh. She was housewife,
member of Baptist church, Sunday School Teacher, treasurer of Church Circle and Class,
interested in Red Cross Work and civic movements. They were both buried at Mt. Moriah
Cemetery. They had two children:
i Ina Luta Ferrell born December 31, 1888 at Eagle Rock, Wake County. She is
Secretary of the North Carolina State Highway and Public Works Commission in Raleigh,
Secretary of the Missionary Society Tabernacle Baptist Church, Sunday School Teacher,
Chairman of Missionary Circle and Mission Study Chairman, member Raleigh Music Club,
and former member Raleigh Business and Professional Club born 526 N. Bloodworth St.,
Raleigh in 1951.
ii Ethel Lois Ferrell born January 16, 1890 married Mr. McNeal. She was secretary
of Commissioner of Revenue of State of N. C, for eighteen years and then Secretary of
Director of N. C. State Tax Research Department; Choir Director, Soprano Soloist,
Sunday School Teacher, Circle program Chairman, Song Leader in Missionary Society.
Member Raleigh Music Club, with offices in same, and former member Raleigh Business
and Professional Womens Club.
114 Emma Gertrude Poole, daughter of Elizabeth Margaret Jones (#37) and her husband,
Calvin Poole, was born September 22, 1874 married on January 26, 1910 James Marcom Wilder born
September 22, 1872 died April 5. 1942 and buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, son of Achley and
Martha (Bell) He was a teacher, salesman and Deacon in the Baptist Church. She is housewife,
member Baptist Church, Sunday School Teacher, active in Sunday School Class and Missionary
Society, and interested in civic movements. They had two children:
i Martha Elizabeth Wilder born March 7, 1912 died July 19, 1912.
237 ii James Marcom Wilder, born August 25, 1914 married Evelyn
115 Josie Jones, daughter of Asa Warren Jones (#38) and his wife, Martha Ann Creef, was
born May 6, 1892 married on March 6, 1923 John Ferebee born September 28, 1891 son of
Clay and Mamie Ferebee of Camden, N, C. They live in Manteo and had two children:
i Martha Ann Ferebee born January 29, 1929 died January 6, 1938.
ii Miriam Eleanor Ferebee born November 27, 1930 is a Social
116 Annie Randolph Jones, daughter of Asa Warren Jones (#38) and his wife Martha Ann
Creef, born March 31, 1889 married Dr. William Moore Willis born February 4, 1890 died
August 4. 1951, They lived in Farmville where he practiced. They had three children:
i William Moore Willis, Jr. born September 15, 1921 lives in Charlotte, has
ii Thomas Warren Willis born March 28, 1924 is City manager of
Newton, has one child.
iii John Randolph Willis born June 6, 1930 is with the U.S. Air Force at San Antonio,
117 Onslow Jennings Jones, son of Asa Warren Jones #38 and his wife, Martha Ann Creef,
was born December 22, 1877 married on March 1908 Georgia Harrison born in 1886 and died
in 1937. He is a merchant living in Manteo and they had one child:
i Mabel Doris Jones born August 12, 1911 married on May 15, 1943 George Glenn
Bonner, Jr. born December 20, 1913. They had two children:
1. George Glenn Bonner III. Born February 18, 1944.
2. Martha Jennings Bonner born October 15 19__.
Onslow Jennings Jones next married on October 12, 1939 Mabel Evans born December 6,
1888 daughter. of R, C. and Delia Cofield Evans.
118 Eugene Clarence Jones, son of Asa Warren Jones (#38) and his wife, Martha Ann Creef,
was born November 16, 1881 died October 27, 1930 married on June 14, 1908 Ella Mann
born August 28, 1889 died November 7, 1926 daughter of Kenneth and Martha Mann. They
lived in Manteo where he was a Boatsman. Had five children:
i Ralph Jones born March 18, 1913 married on August 18, 1934 Sidney Austin born
January 22, 1914 daughter of Homer T. and Orpha (Midgett) Austin. Two
1. Barbara Jones born August 25, 1936
2. Ralph Jones, Jr. born May 24, 1942
ii Clarence Ferrell Jones born May 10, 1918 married. Three children:
1. Robert Jones
2. Joyce Jones
3. Marcia Jones
iii Fred Ishmial Jones born January 22, 1920. Not married.
iv Wilma Joyce Jones born July 16, 1922 married Irvin S. Crain.
v Lonnie Rosseay Jones born August 25, 1923. Not married.
119 Roscoe Jones, son of Asa Warren Jones (#38) and his wife Martha Ann Creef, was born
October 25, 1884 married on September 8, 1906 Essie Mann born July 2, 1886 daughter of
Edward L. and Annie E. (Forbes) Mann, He was Gov. P.M. for many years and they live in
Manteo. They had four children:
238 i Ray Warren Jones born December 26, 1912 married Sibyl Daniels
239 ii Edna Jones born July 10, 1910 married Ephram Etheredge
240 iii Annie Jones born January 16, 1918 married John Allen
iv Sherwood Jones born December 30, 1908 in Manteo married on March 18, 1948
Wilma Creef born October 28, 1909 at East Lake, daughter of John Saunders ant
Caddee Creef of East Lake.
120 Martha Agnes Jones, daughter of Asa Warren Jones (#38) and his wife, Martha Ann
Creef, was born November 19, 1879 died December 29, 1945 married on May 1, 1910
Washington F. Baum born August 3, 1876. She ran a rooming house in Manteo. They had
i Marjorie Baum born December 13, 1913 married on February 17, 1935 Nevin
Wescoth. They have three
ii Bessie Baum born May 9, 1917 married on December 24, 1935 Joe Love. Seven
children: Betty Jo; Agnes;
Linda; June; Dann; Joe,Jr.; Karen.
iii Balfour Jones Baum born July 16, 1911. Has three children.
121 Henry Warren Hood, son of Martha Rebecca Jones (#39) and her husband was born
October 11, 1861 died June 4, 1915 married on August 13, 1888 Allie Kate Foley born May
12, 1867 died August 3, 1928 daughter of Capt. Richard F. and Amanda Foley of Baltimore.
They had three children:
i Henry Warren Hood, Jr. born May 24, 1892 was Mayor of Southport in 1950 and
only one of Hood family left
there. He married on January 5, 1914 Maybelle Stone of Asheville. Three
children: Henry Warren Hood III; Nancy Catherine Hood; Robin Robinson Hood.
ii Amanda Hood born February 1890.
iii A boy died at birth. Buried at Southport.
122 Cody Hood, son of Martha Rebecca Jones (#39) and her husband, David W. Hood,
married Mattie Calkinback. Had two children:
i Mattie Hood
ii Edgar Hood.
123 Robert C. Hood, son of Martha Rebecca Jones (#39) David W. Hood, married Annie
Garrett of Baltimore. They lived in Greensboro and had two children:
i Dorothy Hood
ii Helen Hood
124 Mattie Hood, daughter of Martha Rebecca Jones (#39) and her husband David W. Hood,
married Girsh B. McIntosh. Lived in Philadelphia, Pa.
i Elsie McIntosh
ii James McIntosh
125 Julie Bryan White, daughter of William White (#42) and his wife Sarah Elizabeth Green,
was born July 17, 1866 and was living in 1942 in Kinston with her daughter, Mrs. Allen Knott.
She married on June 2, 1885 Dr. Thomas Henry Faulkner who died August 28, 1937, son of
Rev. John Kerr and Victoria. (Chandler) Faulkner of Greenville. He was a dentist of Kinston.
Had six children:
i Thomas Graham Faulkner born June 15, 1886 at Shelby, died February 6, 1925,
A graduate in Medicine from
the University College of Medicine in Richmond, Va. He broke his neck diving
into Neuse River at Kinston on April 10, 1911, and was totally paralyzed below the
upper arm muscles. He was nursed as long as he lived by his fiancé.
ii Roland Kerr Faulkner, born November 18, 1887 at Kinston married on March 18,
1918 in Lillesville, Caroline
Childs who died October 18, 1918 in Wadesboro. They had no children. He next
married on April 9, 1919 in Waynesboro, Jennie Childs. They had two children:
1. Roland K, Faulkner, Jr., born January 29, 1920, Wadesboro.
2. Caroline Louise Faulkner born July 18, 1922, Wadesboro,
iii Richard Green Faulkner born September 12, 1890 Kinston, married Opel
Cunningham. One child:
1. Richard Henry Faulkner born at, Wyaconda, Mo.
241 iv Louise Faulkner born November 26, 1893 married William Allen Knott.
242 v Mildred Faulkner born January 10, 1898 married Irving James Calkins.
243 vi William White Faulkner born September 14, 1899 married Launa Moseley.
126 Laura Ann White, daughter of William White (#42) and his wife Sarah Elizabeth Green,
was born August 16, 1867 at Kinston- living in 1942 at Ensley, Ala.- married in 1884 Walter
Herbert Harding of Washington, N. C., son of Rev. Israel and Caroline V. Harding, born
July 20, 1856 died May 18, 1913. Buried at Kinston. They had ten children:
244 i Ruby Graham Harding born Dec 5, 1885 married Gus Gordan Dally.
ii Israel Hughes Harding born November 13, 1887 married Freda Lewy. They had
1. Danna Wilmot Harding born August 29, 1922.
iii Bernice Miller Harding born May 26, 1890 married John W. Kent. They had one
1. Mattie Earl Kent born February 2. 1912.
iv Caroline Hines Harding born January 22, 1892 died March 6, 1892
v Nathaniel Harding born May 22, 1894 died July 20, 1913.
vi Mary Elizabeth Harding born Oct 5, 1897 died April 26, 1900
vii Sally Green Harding born December 9, 1902.
viii John Ravenscroft Harding born August 1, 1904 married Evelyn Anne Watkins.
They had no children.
245 ix Katherine Harding born October 1, 1905 married Vernon H. Kirkland.
x Mattie Maola Harding born October 3. 1909 married Mack Dubose Morrison.
They had one child:
1. Annie Laurie Morrison born Feb 12, 1931.
127 Julia Tull, daughter of John Graham Tull (#43) and his wife Elizabeth McKeenan, was born
February 9, 1876 at Philadelphia, Pa. She first married John Hayes, a Colonel in the U. S.
Army, They had one child:
i Leonard Hayes born in 1897 in Philadelphia, Pa. died March 31, 1937 in
Georgetown, S. C. Married Katherine Stiles. They had no children.
Julia (Tull) Hayes next married on May 8, 1901 LeGrand Walker born April 26, 1850, son of
Hasford and Mary (Allen) Walker. They had two children:
ii Elizabeth Walker born in 1902 died in 1906.
iii John Walker born June 17, 1904 et Georgetown, S. C. married on April 27, 1946
Myra Hunter, daughter of George Y. and Carrie (deWalt) Hunter of
Julia (Tull) (Hayes) Walker next married a German but never lived with him. Divorced him
and retained the name, Walker. She is operating a tourist hotel in Georgetown, S. C. in 1955
128 Isaac Waring Tull, son of John Graham Tull (#43) and his wife Elizabeth McKeenan, was
born November 12, 1985 at Morganton died in 1951. Married first Catherine Smith. They
had one child:
i Isaac Waring Tull, Jr. died young.
He next married on January 6, 1927 Mary Dean born January 17, 1892 at Okolona, Miss.,
daughter of Thomas and Dean (Murphree) Dean. They had one child:
ii Isaac Waring Tull, Jr. born May 29 1928 at Birmingham Ala. married on June 24,
1950 at Nashville, Tenn., Barbara Nan Longcrier.
129 Charles Watson Tull, son of John Graham Tull (#43) and his wife Elizabeth McKeenen,
was born February 11, 1890 at Morganton died in 1951 in Asheville. Married on October 16,
1919 Margaret Hawkins born July 2, 1897 at Vaiden, Miss and died in 1949, daughter of Frank
and Sarah (Herring) Hawkins of Atlanta. They lived in Asheville and had three children:
i Charles Watson Tull, Jr. born November 26, 1920 at New Orleans, La. married in
October 1943 Phyllis Brown. He is an accountant.
ii Reese Read Tull born May 22, 1927 at Asheville married Julia Hamlet Parker on
December 20, 1950 in Asheville. He attended Citadel in Charleston, S. C. One
1. a girl.
iii Frances Hawkins Tull born July 29, 1924 at Asheville married on February 10,
1945 Don Leslie, a member of
Hal Kemps orchestra. They were divorced. One daughter:
1. Carol Leslie.
130 Isaac Norris ―Ike‖ Tull, son of Isaac Tull (#44) and his wife Bessie Norris, was born June
24, 1889 at Anniston, Ala. married on December 29, 1920 Margaret McKimmon, daughter Of
James and Leila (Hull) McKimmon, born May 24, 1889 at Raleigh. Graduate of N.C. State
College in 1910 with B. S. in E.E.; Professional degree in 1941; member Sigma Nu fraternity;
Supt. of Electrical Department of Republic Steel Corp., Cleveland District and Chairman of
Corporation Electrical Committee; Vice-president of Ass'n of Iron and Steel Engineers; was
also Secretary-treas., director and Section Chairman. Had worked for Carolina Telephone and
Tel. Co., General Electric Co., Registered Engineer of Ohio. They are Episcopalians living
on Braemer Road, Shaker Heights, near Cleveland, Ohio. She is vice-president Emmanuel
Epis. Church Guild and President of the UDC. They had one child:
i Isaac Norris Tull, Jr. born March 29, 1924 at Cleveland, Ohio, married on
December 18, 1948 Mary Lou
Rusch, daughter of John Henry and Hazel (Teeter) Rusch, born July 8, 1926 at
Morengo, Iowa. He was graduate of N.C. State College with B.S. in E. E. in
1947. Member Sigma Nu. He is an Electrical Engineer with Central Electric Co.
at Pittsfield, Mass.
131 Edward Rowell Stanly (Ted) Tull, Jr. born January 7, 1884 at Quakertown, Pa. Married
on June 19, 1912 Myrtle Ridgeley, daughter of Harry G. and Anne W. (Ball) Ridgley, born July
30, 1892 at Philadelphia, Pa. He is a security analyst. They had one child:
246 i Edward Rowell Stanly (Stanly) Tull III born May 1, 1913 married Geraldine
136 Montrose Graham (Graham) Tull born March 28, 1893 at Philadelphia, Pa. Died January
6, 1946 and buried in Charlottsville, Va. Married on October 25, 1923 Mary Louise Nichols
born January 16, 1898 in Philadelphia, Pa. daughter of William A. and Mary Louise (Smaltz)
Nichols. He was a University of Virginia graduate in 1915 and graduate of Fishburne Military
School in 1911. Served in War I in heavy artillery and was Lt. Commander in Navy in War II.
They lived in Charlottesville, Va. They had four children:
i Montrose Graham Tull, Jr. born April 17, 1926 at Philadelphia, Pa.
ii Mary Elizabeth Tull born April 16, 1928 married on August 25, 1951 Lawrence
Burnette, Jr. He is Prof. V.M.I.
in Lexington, Va. Has Masters and Ph.D. from University of Virginia. She was
graduate of Sullins Junior College and University of Virginia and has her Masters.
iii Herbert Graham Tull II born September 10, 1929 married Louise Garete in
Charlottesville, Va. on October 27, 1951. He is G. I. Attending Vanderbuilt College
at Nashville, Tenn.
137 Thomas Mitchell (Mitchell) Tull born July 6, 1898 at Philadelphia, Pa. married on
October 3, 1928 Fanny Yarborough Neal at Louisburg, daughter of Wiley Perry and Annie
Laurie (Webb ) Neal, born June 26, 1903. He was educated at DeLancey School in
Philadelphia, Pa. and graduate of Haverford School in Haverford, Pa. in 1918. They live in
Cynwyd, Pa. They have one child:
i Thomas Mitchell, Tull, Jr. born May 25, 1932.
138 General John Van Bokelen Metts born December 17, 1875, married on November 20,
1906 Josephine Sheppard Budd. He was named for John S. Van Bokelen, a well to do
Dutchman and close friend of his father that enlisted in the Confederate Army with his father at
the time they were living in Wilmington. (See State Magazine; March 11, 1950, Raleigh)
they had two children. The family have long been residents of Raleigh and the General is
living in Raleigh in 1956.
i Josephine Budd Metts born August 8, 1907. She is not married and lives in
ii John Van Bokelen Metts, Jr. born December 13, 1915.
139 Edwin Anderson Metts born August 10, 1880 died September 5, 1932 married on June
20, 1905 Elizabeth Green Cotchet. Three children:
i Edwin Anderson Metts, Jr. born April 23, 1906
ii James Isaac Metts born August 13, 1910
iii Elizabeth Green Metts born October 31, 1914
140 Julia Stanly LaBau, daughter of Julia Hollister Stanly (#50) and her husband, Francis
LaBau, was born October 13, 1895 in N. Y. City, married on October 20 1923 in Tarrytown,
N.Y., Henry Blodger Richards. They had two children:
i Julia LaBau Richards born October 12, 1925
ii Anne Huntington Richards born December 8, 1927
141 Charles M. Cooper, Jr., son of Sallie Metts Mitchell (#51) and her husband, Charles M.
Cooper, was born January 7, 1889 married on June 7, 1919 in Henderson, Annie M. Jones.
i Charles M. Cooper III born June 28, 1920
ii Dorothy Graves Cooper born September 7, 1921.
142 Harriette Tull Copper, daughter of Sallie Metts Mitchell (#51) and her husband, Charles M.
Cooper, was born October 1, 1894 married on October 17, 1917 in Henderson, George Robert
McKewn of Orangeburn, S.C. They had one child:
i Robert Mitchell McKewn, daughter born November 26, 1918.
Harriette Tull (Cooper) McKewn next married on April 25, 1922 Ernest Glover of
Orangeburg, S.C. Two children:
ii Julia Cooper Glover born November 9, 1924
iii Catherine Freer Glover born October 4, 1928
143 Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, III, son of Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, Jr., (#52) and his wife, Sallie
M. Scales, was born December 11, 1888 at Henderson, married on March 8, 1909 Mary
Hester Whitty. 4 children:
i Mary Whitty Mitchell born May 22, 1910 at New Bern.
ii Thomas Jerkins Mitchell IV born February 5, 1912
iii Sarah Scales Mitchell born September 8, 1916
iv John Whitty Mitchell born November 17, 1919
144 Eldridge Scales Mitchell, son of Thomas Jerkins Mitchell Jr. (#52) and his wife, Sallie M.
Scales, was born August 31, 1890 at Henderson, married on February 4, 1913 Eula Virginia
Bratcher. Two children:
i Eldridge Scales Mitchell, Jr. born December 25, 1914 at New Bern where he
was living in 1942.
ii Stanly Bratcher Mitchell born November 2, 1918
145 James Walker Mitchell, son of Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, Jr. (#52) and his wife, Sallie M.
Scales, was born December 12, 1893 at New Bern, married on March 22, 1919 Julia Maxwell.
They live in New Bern and have five children:
i Luther Maxwell Mitchell born January 4, 1920 New Bern.
ii Alexander James Mitchell born March 31, 1921 New Bern
iii Julie Scales Mitchell born September 8, 1922 New Bern
iv William Metts Mitchell born July 19, 1925 New Bern
v Ida Lengston Mitchell born October 23, 1930 New Bern.
146 Stephen Lord Mitchell, son of Thomas Jerkins Mitchell, Jr. (#52) and his wife, Sallie M.
Scales, was born August 25, 1900 at New Bern, married on April 28, 1920 Placide Christine
Linke. 2 children:
i Stephen Lord Mitchell, Jr. born October 1, 1921 New Bern
ii Placide Christine Mitchell born July 13, 1926 New Bern.
147 William Tull Grimsley, son of Cynthia Dunn Tull (#55) and her husband, George A
Grimsley, was born April 28, 1893 at Tower Hill plantation near Kinston, died February 15,
1929 at Greensboro, married on June 15, 1922 Corinne Justice born July 9, 1899 at Charlotte.
He was in 81st Division of War I, and was secretary treasurer of Security Life and Trust
Company. She had A.B. from Converse and M.A. from Columbia University. Graduate
Counselor at Duke University from 1945 to 1948, with N.C. State College Extension Service to
1956 when became field secretary of PTA. They had three children:
i William Tull Grimsley, Jr. born May 22, 1923 at Greensboro married an English
girl while in service in War II.
He graduated from the Bowman Grey School of Medicine in Winston Salem in
ii Robert Justice Grimsley born February 15, 1925 at Greensboro in U.S. Navy War
iii Corinne Healan Grimsley born September 27, 1928 at Greensboro.
148 Harry Barnett Grimsley, son of Cynthia Dunn Tull (#55) and her husband George A.
Grimsley, was born July 16, 1891 at Greensboro married on December 12, 1921 Lucy Estes
born March 14, 1899 in Virginia. He is General Agent of the Security Life and Trust Co. in
Missouri, continually moving from place to place as directed by his company. They had one
i Cynthia Tull Grimsley born March 2, 1924 at Greensboro married R. B. Curtis, a
planter at Farmington, Georgia.
147a Elizabeth Gladys ―Betty‖ Tull, daughter of Henry Tull (#56) and his wife Myrtle A.
Wooten, was born July 28, 1883 at Tower Hill plantation near Kinston, married on March 30,
1908, William Carlyle Fields born February 22, 1880 at Kinston died October 18, 1946 at
Kinston, son of William Council and Agnes (Pearce) Fields. He was educated at Bingham
Military School, Drury School at Fayetteville and Oak Ridge Acadamy. Went into real estate
and cotton and fertilizer brokerage business with his father. Director National Bank of
Kinston, Orion Knitting Mill and Caswell Cotton Mill of Kinston. Odd Fellow, Elk. She was
graduate of Meredith. After his death, she efficiently managed the large farms. 1 child:
246a i Frances Fields married Joseph William Holliday
148a Lottie Tull, daughter of Henry Tull (#56) and his wife, Myrtie A. Wooten, was born
November 7, 1885 Kinston married on April 25, 1907 Dr. James Marion Parrott F.A.C.S. born
January 7, 1874 died November 7, 1934, fifth son of James M. and Elizabeth (Warters)
Parrott. Graduate of Wake Forest, University of Maryland, Tulane. He was eye, ear and
throat Specialist of Kinston. Was in Spanish American War, State Health Officer, Baptist,
Deacon, Wake Forest Board of Trustees for 15 years- chairman, etc. She was a graduate
of Meredith. They had two children:
247 i Myrtie Elizabeth Parrott married William A. Coleman
248 ii James Marion Parrott, III married Erwin Carter Wallace
149 Henry Tull, Jr., son of Henry Tull (#56) and his wife, Myrtie A. Wooten, was born May 9,
1892 at Kinston died December 15, 1934 at Kinston married on November 25, 1919 Margaret
Goodson born August 27, 1893 at Durham, daughter of W. A. and Margaret (Walker)
Goodson. He was a tobacco warehouseman and farmer living in Kinston. They had two
i Margaret Goodson Tull born October 4, 1922 in Kinston married on December
24, 1948 Elwood Ange born
March 24, 1914 at Jamesville.
ii Henry Tull, III born April 3, 1927 at Kinston.
150 Alice Kennedy Tull, daughter of Bettie Rowena Tull (#57) and her husband, George Wall
Tull, was born October 25, 1883 at Tower Hill plantation (the same year as her Aunt Katie was
born in the same house) married on June 11, 1919 George L. Cooke born January 20, 1887 at
Franklinton. She was a well loved school teacher in the Kinston Public Schools after
graduating from the Normal and Industrial School of Greensboro with her Aunt Katie. He is
Secretary of the Sterling Cotton Mill at Franklinton where they live in 1956. They had two
i Frances Tull Cooke, born March 21, 1920 at Franklinton married on June 12,
1943 Shore Neal born February 24, 1915 at Winston Salem. He is a Recreation
Director. They have one child: George Allen Neal.
ii Elizabeth Moore Cooke born August 8, 1921 at Franklinton married on June 1,
1946 Paul Hinsley born January 5, 1919 at Lexington, Ky. He is a Civil Engineer.
2 children, and then were divorced:
(a) Anderson Cooke Hinsley born 1949
(b) Ken Hinsley born 1952
151 Ernest Rountree Tull, son of Bettie Rowena Tull (#57) and her husband, George Wall Tull,
was born December 20, 1884 at Kinston, married on June 9, 1908 Rachel Benajah Sutton
born March 22, 1890 in Lenoir County, daughter of Darlie Moseley and Benajah Sutton. They
were divorced. She is in the insurance business- successfully, living in Kinston (1956). He
moved away. They had three children:
i Ernest Rountree Tull, Jr. born December 9, 1910 died January 9, 1920. He was
killed by an automobile.
249 ii Rowena Graham Tull married John Russel Brinser
250 iii Harriet Hollister Tull married Jesse Pugh Wooten.
152 Winifred Ruby Tull, daughter of Bettie Rowena Tull (#57) and her husband, George Wall
Tull, was born November 22, 1891 Kinston married on December 21, 1915 John Arthur Terrell
born April 20, 1887 died January 19, 1955 in a nursing home of Hodgkins Disease. He was a
tobacconist. They were divorced. She is bookkeeper for the Sterling Cotton Mill in
Franklinton and lives with her sister, Mrs. George L. Cooke. They had three children:
251 i Winifred Rountree Terrell married Charles R. Rogers
252 iii John Arthur Terrell married Ruth Marion Overby
253 iii Dorothy Graham Terrell married James Brooks Hockaday.
153 Edward Rountree Tull, Jr., son of Edward Rountree Tull (#59) and his wife, Penelope
Stanly Edwards, was born May 3, 1903 at Kinston married on August 28, 1935 at her home in
Rockingham by Rev. Bruce Benton, Bruce Brewer Gore born February 4, 1911 in
Rockingham, daughter of Claude and Anne Bruce (Brewer) Gore. He attended the Kinston
Public Schools and received B.S. in Electrical Engineering from N. C, State College in 1931.
Worked with N. C. State highway Commission, Carolina Power and Light Company and after
1931 as Supt. of Water Department of the Town of Rockingham. President N. C.
Waterworks Operators Ass'n. Instructor at Waterworks Schools, Chairman Board of
Examiners for Waterworks School, Vice-Chairman and Chairman of N. C. Section American
Works Association, Secretary N. C. Water and Wastes Associations Coordinating Council;
Received Fuller Award from the American Water Works Association, in St. Louis in 1956.
Phi Kappa Tau and Rotarian. President of the Rockingham Cotillion Club and Vice President
Rockingham Athletic Assn. Red Cross First Aid Instructor and Stewart in the Methodist
Church; Board of Trustees Richmond County Memorial Hospital. She graduated from
Meredith and Gradwohl (St. Louis). Taught High School Science, did welfare work; treasurer of
Baptist Church, Sunday School Teacher and B.T.U. leader. Active in Red Cross work
(member of Blood donors ―Gallon Club‖) and Tuberculosis Ass’n. as Secretary, director etc;
active in Memorial Hospital Guild and many others, but particularly devoted to home and
family. They had two children:
i Bruce Brewer ―Brucie‖ Tull born November 23, 1941 at 10:40 AM Sunday at the
ii Eugenia Rountree ―Genie" Tull born February 13, 1949 at 9:35 AM Sunday at the
154 Louise Tull, daughter of Edward Rountree Tull (#59) and his wife, Penelope Stanly Tull,
was born December 9, 1905 at Kinston married on March 21, 1931 at the Queen Street
Methodist Church in Kinston, Henry Kirkwood Ellsworth born March 5, 1902 at Washington, N.
C. son of William H. and Alice (Taylor) Ellsworth. He attended the Washington Public
Schools and N. C. State College. Kappa Sigma. She graduated from Massey's Business
College (Richmond). Both are tobacconists living in Gallatin, Tenn. They were located at
times in Kinston, Rocky Mount, South Boston, Va., Hopkinsville, Ky. They are active in civic
affairs of Gallatin, Tenn. where they have two children:
i Margaret "Peggy‖ Louise Ellsworth born December 18, 1933 at South Boston,
Va. Married on June 23, 1956 in Presbyterian Church by Dr. Samuel Burney Hay
of Tuscaloosa Ala. to John Roscoe Vardeman son of Frank Burton and Lucile
(Blau) Vardeman of Gainesville Ga. She graduate of Gallatin High School, and
Junior at Brenau College member Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. He attended
University of Georgia member Chi Phi fraternity Managing, editor of Gainesville
(Ga) Morning News.
(a) John Roscoe Vardeman Jr. born November 1, 1957.
ii Penelope "Penny" Alice Ellsworth born August 11, 1937 at Hopkinsville, Ky.,
graduate of Gallatin, Tenn. High
School in 1956, attending Brenau College at Gainesville, Ga.
155 Marion Parrott Tull, daughter of Isaac Montrose Tull (#60) and his wife, Ollie Gilberta Hill,
was born November 16, 1918 at Tower Hill married on May 6, 1945 Frederick Lee Edwards,
Jr. born June 17, 1918 in Kinston, son of Frederick Lee and Gladys (Ormond) Edwards. He is
Lt. Commander in Navy, and while stationed at Univ. Of N.C., she made Phi Beta Kappa in
addition to keeping house and her family. In 1956 stationed at Newport, R.I. They have four
i Frederick Lee Edwards, III born February 19, 1946 at Kinston.
ii Ollie Winifred Edwards born November 17, 1947 at Charleston, S. C.
iii Gladys Evelyn Edwards born June 5, 1951, at Kinston. NC.
iv Marion Tull Edwards born January 10, 1956 at Newport, R.I.
156 Wilbur Tull Becton, son of Katie Eliza Tull (#61) and her husband, Edwin Jarman Becton,
was born June 24, 1913 at Kinston married January 17, 1942 Margaret Lancaster of Tarboro,
daughter of John D. Lancaster. He attended the Kinston Public Schools and was a graduate
of N. C. State College. They live in Raleigh. One child:
i Margaret Susan Becton born March 26, 1944 Atlantic City,
157 Reid Tull, Jr., son of Reid Tull (#62) and his wife, Charlie Bell Craig, was born January
19, 1911 at Ansonville, married on December 23, 1937 Grace A. Brown of Salisbury born
March 7, 1911 at Spencer, daughter of Ivey S. and Angeline (Thompson) Brown. He was
graduate of N. C. State College in Textiles. As his father, he was football player. Had the
honor of being elected life-time president of his class. Was in textile work in North Carolina
until after his service in War II when moved to Philadelphia, Pa. where he was in Textile
Chemical Sales. They had two children:
i Sara Craig Tull born January 26, 1940 at Salisbury.
ii Reid Tull, III born June 22, 1941 at Salisbury.
158 Sarah Victoria Wiggins, daughter of John Charles Wiggins (#65) and his wife, Laura Jane
"Lillie" Dunn, was born May 9, 1874 died April 4, 1942 married first on November 25, 1890
Jesse Pittman Bruton born May 1865 died March 17, 1903, son of Jesse and Julia (Kilpatrick)
Bruton. They had four children:
i Myrtle Geneva Bruton born February 25, 1892 died February 24, 1916 married
Jacob Parrott Mewborn born
July 28, 1912. They had two children:
(a) Erick Lee Mewborn born August 13, 1913
(b) Jesse Bruton Mewborn born June 30, 1915
ii Reginald, "Rex" Kittrell Bruton born December 25, 1897 at Grifton married in 1913
at Holbrook, Arizona,
Helen Kosta. He married second Agnes Watkinson of New Holbrook
Lincolnshire, England on November 17, 1931 in N.Y. City. They had two
children': (by first wife)
(a) Barbara Helen Bruton born January 20, 1920, Des Moines, Ia.
(b) Robert Ellis Bruton born February 3, 1922 Salisbury.
Iii Ashton Dunn Bruton born September 12, 1899 married Emma Lee Bagley.
Iv Lillian Lucile Bruton born September 10, 1900.
Sarah Victoria Wiggins-Bruton next married on September 13, 1913 John C. Banks. They
had two children:
v Tollie Ocilia Banks born December 16, 1914 married Hugh W. Shelton on
December 30, 1934
vi Doris Elizabeth Banks born January 27, 1917 married Jacob Powell on September
159 Mark Heber Wiggins, son of John Charles Wiggins (#65) and his wife, Laura Jane
"Lillie Dunn, was born August 10, 1877 married in Lenoir County October 14, 1902 Addie V.
Scott, daughter of A. J. Scott of Richlands. They had seven children:
i Mark Heber Wiggins, Jr. born March 28, 1905 married Elizabeth Barrett Moore
on April 24, 1927 At least two
children- possibly more.
1. James Thomas Wiggins born November 14, 1929
2. Mary Frances Wiggins born February 2, 1932
254 ii Noel Marsden Wiggins born September 9, 1907.
iii Nolan Elvin Wiggins born May 5, 1910 married Julia Lilly on July 10, 1935.
iv Varland Elmore Wiggins born August 30, 1911 died May 13, 1913.
v Callaree Wiggins married Mr. Fields
vi Stanford Wiggins lives in Goldsboro (1955)
vii Cabot Wiggins lives in Dudley (1955)
160 Guy Cicero Wiggins, son of John Charles Wiggins, (#65) and his wife Laura Zane
"Lillie" Dunn, was born October 5, 1878 died February 22, 1952 married on May 10, 1910
Pennie Cox, daughter of John Franklin and Caroline (Murrill) Cox of Richlands.
i Charles Dunn Wiggins born February 12, 1911 married on November 30, 1934
1. Charles Dunn Wiggins, Jr.
ii Guy Cicero Wiggins, Jr. born April 21, 1918.
161 Winifred Estelle Wiggins, daughter of John Charles Wiggins (#65) and his wife, Laura
Jane "Lillie" Dunn, was born September 4, 1880 married first on February 4, 1903 Ira Andrew
Scott, son of Asa J. and Sue Scott, born February 4, 1879 died August 2, 1908. She married
next on March 3, 1915 John David Wallace born October 8, 1866 died April 23, 1924, son of
John Richard and Mary (Brown) Wall.
i Sarah Thelma Scott born Dee 28, 1903 died June 11, 1916
ii Mary Gaynelle Scott born April 16, 1905 died June 1906.
iii Leo Launcelot Scott born February 9, 1907 married Mary Theole Rhem on
December 12, 1932
iv Mary Lilly Wallace born February 3, 1916.
162 Anna Laura Wiggins, daughter of John Charles Wiggins (#65) and his wife, Laura Jane
"Lillie" Dunn, was born August 31, 1888 married on October 25, 1911 David Edward Brown.
They had seven children:
i Laura Ann Brown born June 26, 1912 died Nov 6, 1914
ii Vivian Louise Brown born September 19, 1914 married James William Brock on
July 8, 1933.
1. William Edward Brock born April 22, 1934
iii Mildred Holmes Brown born March 12, 1917 married on April 28, 1934 Edwin Lee
1. Marguerite Register born August 27, 1935
iv Norman Edward Brown born May 4, 1920
v David Brown born February 10, 1925 died same day.
vi Cecil Bennett Brown born July 28, 1927.
vii Wilma Elizabeth Brown born May 15, 1931.
163 Ruth Dean Wiggins, daughter of John Charles Wiggins (#65) and his wife, Laura Jane
"Lillie" Dunn, was born April 29, 1892 married on December 25, 1913 Rufus Paul Brown,
brother of D. E. Brown.
i Paul Vernon Brown born Aug 10, 1914 died November 27, 1914
ii Ruby Katherine Brown born January 10, 1916
iii Eugene Glenn Brown born June 3, 1918.
iv Charles Wiggins Brown born December 6, 1921
v Velna Jane Brown born May 13, 1926.
164 Charles Rountree, son of Susanna Caroline Loftin (#66) and her husband, William Hart
Rountree married Elizabeth Kilpatrick, daughter of Louis and Patsy (Mewborn) Kilpatrick of
Contentnea Neck Section of Lenoir County, They had six children:
i Virgil Rountree married Susie Timberlake daughter of Julius Burton and Alice
(Whitfield) Timberlake, Jr. They lived in Kinston. Had two children:
l. Virgil Rountree, Jr. died young
2. Elizabeth Rountree
ii Daisy Rountree married Mr. Braxton. Six children:
1. Gladys, 2. Julia, 3. Clyde, 4. Bruton, 5. Charles, 6. Daisy Belle Braxton.
iii Charles M. Rountree married Roxy Pate. No child.
iv Ellen Ruth Rountree married Otis Paschall.
1. Louise Paschall
2. Edna Earl Paschall
3. Ruth Hadel Paschall
4. Doris Paschall.
v Pattie Rountree married J. H. Ives.
1. Ruth Ives
2. Kathleen Ives.
vi Lottie Rountree married Clyde Pyles
1. William Pyles; 2. Caldwell Pyles; 3. Harvey Pyles; 4. Betty Jean Pyles.
165 Helen Rountree daughter of Susanna Caroline Loftin (#66) and her husband, William
Hart Rountree, was born October 5, 1852 died November 22, 1925 married on January 7,
1874 Alpheus Theodore Kennedy born November 30, 1852 died February 16, 1892 brother of
William Kennedy and a son of Thomas Jefferson Kennedy.
255 i Zuline Kennedy married (1) Marcellus Wooten (2) Broadw___
256 ii Sidney Gustavus Kennedy married Louise Morrow
iii Alphous Rountree Kennedy born February 19, 1878 married Josephine Speere
died December 15, 1929. They had several children.
257 iv Mattie Wanita Kennedy married J. P. Parrott
v Helen Rountree Kennedy born July 1, 1883
258 vi Emily Hazel Kennedy married Fred. B. Sutton
259 vii Marjorie Kennedy married E. E. White
166 David Rountree, son of Susanna Caroline Loftin (#66) and her husband, William Hart
Rountree, married Annie Pearsall Loftin, daughter of Dr. Ila Croom and Elizabeth Ann
(Pearsall) Loftin, Two children:
i Ila Adel Rountree married on July 28, 1910 Dr. Claude Leonard Pridgen born April
14, 1877, son of James
Alexander and Mary Ann (Whitehurst) Pridgen. They moved to Gainesville, Ga.
1. Claude Pridgen, Jr. born September 20, 1913
ii Elizabeth Ann Rountree married Robert Yeates.
1. Ila Leonard Yeates.
2. Elizabeth Ann Yeates.
167 Cynthia Rountree, daughter of Susanna Caroline Loftin (#66) and her husband, William
Hart Rountree, married Dr. Joseph H. Winfrey of Richmond, Va. They had three children:
i Dorothy Judith Winfrey married A. J. Couble, Lt. Comm.. in U. S. Navy. One
1. Patricia Couble
ii Martha Winfrey
iii Sallie Winfrey
168 Joseph Rountree, son of Susanne Caroline Loftin (#66) and her husband, William Hart
Rountree, married Elizabeth Dixon.
i Joseph Dixon Rountree was killed in War I. American Legion Post in Kinston was
named for him.
ii Edith Rountree married and had two children.
iii Lee Rountree married Mable Measley
1. Elizabeth Dixon Rountree.
169 George H. Rountree, son of Cynthia Biddle Loftin (#67) and her husband Robert Hart
Rountree, was born July 7, 1855 died February 24, 19_ 6 married on October 21, 1881 Meta
Alexander Davis, dau. of Hon. George and Mary (Polk) Davis, He attended Bethany College,
Va., Harvard Univ, A. B. 1877. Practiced law with his Uncle as Loftin and Rountree.
Proved to Wilmington in 1890 and practiced as Rountree and Carr until he became Judge of
Superior Court. He was president of State Bar Ass'n. Member Harvard Club, Cape Fear
Club, Country Club, St. James Episcopal Church. In 1936 associate with son George, Jr. in
Wilmington as Rountree and Rountree. They had five children:
i Isabel Davis Rountree born July 10, 1883 died May 21, 1916 married on
November 12, 1908 Van R. C. King, an officer in War I. They had no child.
ii Robert Hart Rountree born Sept 14, 1886 died July 31, 188_.
iii Cynthia Polk Rountree born March 2, 1890 married on December 21, 1917 Sidney
Gardner McMillan. No
iv Meta Davis Rountree born December 16, 1898 married on April 30, 1929 Robert
1. Isabel Van Rensaleer Masterson born 1934
v George H. Rountree, Jr. born April 7, 1904 married on June 28, 1929 Helen
1. George H. Rountree, III born August 10, 1933.
170 Alice V. Rountree, daughter of Cynthia Biddle Loftin (#67) and her husband Robert Hart
Rountree, was born October 25, 1862 died May 9, 1935 married Albert L. Rountree born April
16, 1952 in Wilson died August 19, 1906, son of Wylie Rountree of Wilson. Buried in
Maplewood Cemetery in Kinston. They lived in Kinston. 7 children:
i George Rountree died young when a student at Yale.
ii Albert Rountree, twin of George, died young.
iii Robert "Jack Robert" Rountree born March 30, 1880 in Brooklyn, N. Y. living in
Kinston in 1953, married first
Clara Wootten daughter of John C. and Mary Wootten. He next married Marie
Weyher daughter of Dr. V. E. and Rachel (Parrott) Weyher. He is an Episch.
Minister. There were no children.
iv H. Wiley Rountree, twin of Jack Robert, was living in Brooklyn, N. Y
v Louis Rountree born in 1884 died November 5, 1952 in Brooklyn, N. Y. He was a
graduate of Univ. of N.C. Had seat on N.Y. Cotton Exchange of which his father
was a founder. Buried on family plot in Brooklyn, N.Y. He married Elida Pierson
of Brooklyn. No child.
vi Alice Rountree died young.
vii Sue Rountree, twin of Alice, died young.
171 Gertrude Eliza Moore, daughter of Levi Jake Moore (#69) and his wife, Mary Bright
Parrott, was born August 4, 1877 married on December 26, 1906 Joe Darden born October
29, 1877. Had four children:
i Flavius Allen Darden born December 30, 1907 married on December 24, 1931
Julia Lee Cavanaugh born May18, 1912. They had three children:
1. Graham Allen Darden born September 19, 1932
2. Edward Julian Darden born November 13, 1934
3. James Robert Darden born February 10, 1936
ii Joe Darden
iii Effie Moore Darden
iv Mary Darden
172 Helen LaRoque Moore, daughter of Levi Jake Moore (#69) and his wife Mary Bright
Parrott, was born March 29, 1885 married Alfred Wooten of Grifton. They had six children:
i Herbert Wooten
ii Ethel Wooten
iii Mary Bright Wooten
iv Susan Wooten
v James Parrott Wooten
vi Guy Graham Wooten
173 Jessie Harper, daughter of Claudia Moore (#70) and her husband James Madison Harper,
Jr., was born August 26, 1873 died 1906 married April 26, 1900 Herbert E. Moseley born in
Lenoir County 1861. Hardware merchant and alderman of Kinston. One child.
i Hortense Elizabeth Moseley born June 22, 1899 married Ray Wooten. They had
1. Jesse Harper Wooten
2. Shade Wooten
Herbert E. Moseley, widower of Jessie Harper, married second Carrie Wooten, daughter of
Shade and Henrietta (Harper) Wooten of LaGrange. They had three children:
ii Herbert E, Moseley, Jr.
iii Preston Wooten Moseley
iv Marietta Wooten Moseley
174 Blanche Harper, daughter of Claudia Moore (#70) and her husband, James Madison
Harper, Jr., was born August 31, 1875 married Wiley Thomas Moseley, son of Wiley
Thomas and Martha E. (Harper) Moseley. They lived in Kinston and had six children:
i Cathleen Moseley married Edison Moore
ii Martha E. Moseley born March 21, 1908
iii Wiley Thomas Moseley III
iv Helen Moseley born October 16, 1910
v Blanche Harper Moseley born August 20, 1913
vi Claudia Moseley.
175 Eunice Hardy daughter of Eunice Moore (#73) and her husband, Parrott Hardy,
married Nathan Hemby. They had five children:
i Annie Hemby married Dudley R. Smith. Two children:
1. Virginia Smith married Robert Lawrence Cannon, son of Clarence Victor
and Freddie J. (Tucker)
Cannon of Ayden,
2. Dudley R. Smith, Jr.
ii Paul Hemby married Cora Spear
1. Paul C. Hemby, Jr.
2. Wilbur Hemby
iii Mark Hemby married May Kirby
iv Mattie Hemby married William Tomlinson. Three children:
1. Francis Tomlinson married Clinton Davis.
2. William Tomlinson Jr.
3. Mildred Tomlinson.
v Eunice Hemby married C. A. Jones, Two children:
1. George Jones married
1. Ethel Jones married J. Casey. Had Joe and Virgil.
NOTE: Edward Tull spelled this surname HENBY, but it is HEMBY. This is the only correction
made from the original
176 Burwell Westbrook Canady, Jr., son of Susan Catherine Moore (#75) and her husband,
Burwell Westbrook Canady, Sr, was born August 19, 1854 died September 30, 1905 married
Mary Henry Canady born October 14, 1861 died June 29, 1924, daughter of Henry and
Winifred (Williams) Canady, They lived in Kinston where he was prominent civic leader,
hardware merchant and farmer. They had five children:
260 i James Herman Canady born 1879 married Emily Pollock
ii Henry B. W. Canady married Martha Hood, daughter of J. E. and Pauline
(Thorton) Hood. Lived in Kinston.
1. H.B.W. Canady, Jr. died young.
iii Susie Canady is not married. She lives with Lottie in their father’s home on N.
Queen Street in Kinston. They have the Moore family Bible, (1956)
iv Lottie is not married. (1956)
v Elizabeth Canady married John Blount "British" Long, a tobacconist of Kinston.
They had no children.
177 Alpheus Eugene Moore, son of James Jefferson Moore (#76) and his wife, Winifred
(Williams) Canady, was born December 9, 1865 died October 2, 1937 married on May 22,
1888 Edith Anne Hooker, sister of Willie Hooker that
married Needham B. Moore, born January 3, 1867 died October 30, 1945. They lived in
Kinston. Had four children
i Winifred Moore born January 23, 1890 married Horace Leland Sutton, son of
Andrew Jackson and Fannie (Gardner) Sutton of Lenoir County. They live in
ii Lester Lynwood Moore born September 6, 1901 died July 1, 1923 in Kinston,
iii Henrietta May Moore born March 15, 1895, married George Patrick.
iv William Asbury "Berry" Moore born September 12, 1892 married Isabel McKenzie,
daughter of Alec McKenzie.
178 Needham Branch Moore, son of James Jefferson Moore (#76) and his wife, Winifred
(Williams) Canady, was born November 3, 1867 died March 24, 1935 married on February 4,
1897 Willie Hooker born July 5, 1863 died December 3,
1931, sister of Edith Anne Hooker that married Alpheus Eugene Moore. Lived in Kinston.
i Needham Branch Moore, Jr. married on November 25, 1930 Irene Meyer.
Veterinarian in Kinston
ii Sidney Moore married on November 2, 1924 Vivian May.
179 Emma Moore, daughter of James Jefferson Moore (#76) and his second wife, Julia
Taylor, was born July 16, 1877 married on October 20, 1897 Staten Sugg born November 19,
1875, son of Aquilla D. and Virginia S. Sugg. They live in Kinston and had four children:
i Lucile Elizabeth Sugg born January 13, 1902 married Raymond B. Hooker. They
had one child:
1. Raymond B. Hooker, Jr. born July 27, 1930.
ii Helen Moore Sugg born December 12, 1903 married on June 10, 1925 M.
iii Ethlene Lois Sugg born August 5, 1898 died June 12, 1899.
iv Bertha Lee Sugg born November 3, 1899 died April 20, 1900.
180 Sallie Moore, daughter of James Jefferson Moore (#76) and his second wife, Julia Taylor,
was born March 19, 1883 married on January 5, 1904 Samuel B, Currin born November 18,
1878 died March 21, 1950, son of Josiah Crudup and Lucinda (Dean) Currin.
i Dorothy Vernon Currin born March 20, 1908 married on February 19, 1927 L.
Ryan Ellis who died February
ii Johnie Grey Currin born March 7, 1911.
iii Julia Louise Currin born July 27, 1916 married on December 12,
1941 R. W. Blackwell.
181 Felix Jefferson Moore, son of James Jefferson Moore (#76) and his second wife, Julia
Taylor, was born December 13, 1884 married on December 24, 1925 Maude Chaffin, daughter
of Rev. Leonidas and Margaret (Campbell) Chaffin. They had three children:
i Frances Chaffin Moore born January 6, 1927 married on October 3.
ii Maude Allen Moore born May 6, 1930 married on November 25,
1951 Phillip Ball.
iii Margaret Janice Moore born March 8, 1938
182 Roger Brooks, son of Mary Ada Barwick (#78) and her husband Frederick Franklin Brooks,
was born January 12, 1896 married on August 16, 1920 Lena Hardee, daughter of James
M. Hardee. Lived in Kinston
i Ann Brooks
ii Roger Brooks, Jr.
iii Frederick Brooks
iv James Brooks
v Jean Brooks.
183 Zelda Brooks, daughter of Mary Ada Barwick (#78) and her husband, Frederick Franklin
Brooks, was born April 19, 1898 married on December 1917, Rodney G. Latham, They had
i Rodney G. Latham, Jr.
ii Julia Latham
184 Frederick Phillips Brooks, son of Mary Ada Barwick (#78) and her husband, Frederick
Franklin Brooks, was born September 22, 1900 married on June 11, 1924 Octavia Broom,
born July 10, 1901, daughter of Lemuel M and Lillie (Hooker) Broom and a sister of Marcus
Hill’s wife. They had three children - Lived in Kinston.
i Frederick Phillips Brooks, Jr.
ii Henry Franklin Brooks
iii John Charles Brooks
185 Craven Barwick Brooks, son of Mary Ada Barwick #78 and her husband, Frederick
Franklin Brooks, was born June 27, 1907 married on June 11, 1930 Martha Davis
Scarborough born March 27, 1907, daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Harriet ―Hattie‖ N.
(Stanley) Scarborough. They lived in Kinston. They had two children:
i Craven Barwick Brooks, Jr., born April 24, 1932
ii Martha Scarborough Brooks born December 28, 1935.
186 Beulah Howard Barwick, daughter of Joseph Foy Barwick (#80) and his wife, Mamie
Gardner, was born September 24, 1901 married on August 18, 1927 by Rev. Curtis Howard,
Edmund Barclay Graham born February 2, 1897 died September 26, 1940, son of John and
Amanda (Starling) Graham. She is now (1956) employed at the First Citizens Bank at Dunn.
It was through Mrs. Graham that the data on the descendants of Craven Tull and Nancy Ann
(Brooks) Barwick was obtained. They had no children.
187 Hugh Brooks Barwick, son of Joseph Foy Barwick (#80) and his wife, Mamie Gardner, was
born December 29, 1906 married on August 18, 1931 Mary Elizabeth Cheek born January 11,
1908, daughter of John B. and Anna Geneva (Roberson) Cheek. "Beaver" has been in
business in Clinton - electrical appliances, etc. Two children:
i Ann Barwick born October 31, 1933
ii Hugh Brooks Barwick, Jr. born March 23, 1935 married on June 9, 1956 Rachel
Stedman Cozart, daughter of Wiley Simeon Cozart of Fuquay Springs. She
attended St. Catherines School (Richmond, Va.) and was grad. of St. Mary's of
Raleigh and Duke University. Member Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. He grad. of
U.N.C. member of Phi Gamma Delta. 2nd Lt. in Marines when married.
188 Joseph Foy Barwick, Jr., son of Joseph Foy Barwick (#80) and his wife, Mamie Gardner,
was born November 26, 1909 married on October 14, 1937 Elizabeth Flowers Shaw born
November 6, 1912, daughter of Russell and Sallie (Long) Shaw. He was born in Ayden and
attended the Ayden schools, grad. of N. C. State College in 1931. Aviation instructor in War II
and operated Rockingham-Hamlet Airport. Sales work with Carolina Power & Light Co. In
1956 sales work in Southeast U.S. Phi Kappa Phi; Rotarian. She operates The Tailored
Shop in Rockingham where they live. They have one child:
i Sally Marshall Barwick born September 13, 1945.
189 James Elmer Barwick, son of Joseph Foy Barwick (#80) and his wife, Mamie Gardner,
was born February 11, 1916 married on June 26, 1941 Frances Trent Bounds born January 1,
1917 daughter of Clayton P. and Elzada (Foster) Bounds, They had three children:
i James Elmer Barwick, Jr. born April 29, 1943
ii Joseph Trent Barwick born February 25, 1945
iii William Howard Barwick born August 10, 1949.
190 Elbert Alonza Griffin, son of Susan Winifred Barwick (#81) and her husband, Asa Thomas
Griffin, was born August 14, 1897 married on April 7, 1920 Evelyn M. Suther born June 27,
1897, daughter of John J. and Margaret (Easly) Suther.
They had two children:
i Bert Griffin II born September 17, 1921 married on April 25, 1944 Mildred
Virginia Munford born March 10,
1919, daughter of John W. and Helen (Nutt) Munford.
ii Evelyn Griffin born April 29, 1926.
191 Lloyd Bennett Griffin, son of Susan Winifred Barwick (#81) and her husband, Asa Thomas
Griffin, was born December 8, 1902 married on December 25, ____, Irene Thornton born
January 25, 1905, daughter of B. F. and Julie (Weaver) Thornton. He is known throughout
eastern N. C. as the Barbecue King at Goldsboro. Had one child:
i Susan Brown Griffin born September 20, 1926 married on December 28, 1948
Hardy Lee Thompson born April 30, 19__, son of Hardy L. and Virginia (Kendall)
Thompson. One child:
1. Susan Lee Thompson born March 16, 1950
192 Ashton Thomas Griffin, son of Susan Winifred Barwick (#81), and her husband, Asa
Thomas Griffin, was born January 25, 1908 married on April 24, 1929 Edna Earl Clausel
born July 6, 1908 daughter of Floyd E. and Mable (Owen) Clausel. Have four children:
i Erline Burwell Griffin born March 19, 1930
ii Ashton Thomas Griffin III born May 29, 1932
iii Beverly Floyd Griffin born July 15, 1942
iv Patrick Craven Griffin born February 14, 1945
193 William Barwick Griffin, son of Susan Winifred Barwick (#81) and her husband, Asa
Thomas Griffin, was born August 3, 1917 married on September 6, 1941 Elsie Dean
Reynolds born March 25, 1917, daughter of L. R. and Nellie (Cook) Reynolds. Three
i Craig Reynolds Griffin born July 1, 1943
ii Robert Scott Griffin born October 8, 1945
iii Nancy Jo Griffin born November 29, 1948
194 Milton Roberson, son of Nancy Barwick (#83) and her husband, Luke Bennett Roberson,
was born October 7, 1907 married on December 24, 1937 Theo Cain born July 22, 1909,
daughter of George and Khiva (Williams) Cain. They have three children:
i William Fred Roberson born February 9, 1941
ii Ted Roberson born December 3, 1943
iii Eddie Roberson born July 5, 1947
195 Howard Roberson, son of Nancy Barwick (#83) and her husband, Luke Bennett
Robertson, was born December 25, 1915 married on August 30, 1940 Mary M. Duckworth
born December 12, 1915 daughter of Charles J. and Nellie (Crawford) Duckworth. Had two
i Howard Bennett Roberson born July 17, 1941
ii William Johnson Roberson born April 8, 1948.
196 Nancy Ann Roberson, daughter of Nancy Barwick (#83) and her husband, Luke Bennett
Roberson, was born June 15, 1923 married on April 10, 1943 Raymond J. Wrenn, son of
Robert and Catherine Wrenn. They had two children:
i Raymond Joseph Wrenn born December 19, 1943
ii Gary Patrick Wrenn born February 4, 1950.
197 Ada A. Patrick, daughter of Sarah Catherine "Sadie" Kittrell (#96), and her husband James
W. Patrick, was born March 19, 1885 married on September 30, 1903 Godfrey A. Evans, born
December 4, 1873, son of Amos and Hattie (Hill) Evans. They are farmers living near
Greenville on the old Hill Place. Five children:
i Burton Evans born September 7, 1905 at Greenville is farming. He is not married
ii Amos Evans born October 9, 1908 at Greenville married on January 15, 1934
Lottie Odell Sermons born September 16, 1912, daughter of William and Amanda
(Allen) Sermons. They are farming and have three children:
1. Amos Ray Evans
2. Betty Lana Evans
3. Joan Dele Evans
iii Herman Evans born August 4, 1910 at Greenville married on November 15, 1938
Mary Catherine Smith born May 29, 1921, daughter of Coy L. Smith. They are
1. Bobby Evans
2. Don Evans
3. Herman Evans, Jr.
iv Ruth Evans born May 20, 1914 at Greenville married Carl Crawford, son of Elias
and Clara (Forbes)
Crawford. (See 104 viii). They are farming and have three children:
1. Pattie Jean Crawford.
2. Clara Fay Crawford.
3. Carl Crawford, Jr.
v Leslie Evans born July 16, 1922 at Greenville married on September 18, 1949
Josie J. Crawford born April 24, 1925, daughter of Ray and Vina (McArthur)
Crawford. They are farming and have three children:
1. Jimmie Evans.
2. Leslie Evans, Jr.
198 Marvin Lynwood Kittrell, son of Allen Kittrell (#97) and his wife, Annie Cox, was born May
1, 1897 married on February 3, 1917 Lillian Ruth Sermons daughter of William and Adelaide
(Lyon) Sermons. They had three children:
i Ruby Hazel Kittrell born October 26, 1919 married on June 7, 1940 Frank Lester
Little son of Frank L. and Thelma (Cannon) Little. One child:
1. Thelma Ruth Little born March 2, 1941
ii Carl Lynwood Kittrell born March 11, 1922 married on October 22,
1951 Hazel Westen.
iii Lloyd Allan Kittrell born March 23, 1923 married on March 1945 Margaret Cherry.
They had two children:
1. Danny Lloyd Kittrell born April 1, 1947.
2. Troy Allan Kittrell born November 20, 1948.
199 Burney Kittrell, son of Allen Kittrell (#97) and his wife, Annie Cox, was born September 4,
1900 in Pitt County married on June 24, 1925 Estelle Gardner born January 12, 1907
daughter of Charles E. and Mary (Doughly) Gardner. He is a Banker at Pinetops.
i Mary Elizabeth Kittrell born November 28, 1928 married on August 26, 1950
George B. Kempton, Jr., born July 24, 1927 son of George B. and Hulde
200 Minnie Lee Kittrell, daughter of Allen Kittrell (#97) and his wife, Annie Cox, married on
February 14, 1915 Sidney Ormond. They had eight children:
i Annie Mary Ormond born December 12, 1915 married on February 23, 1936
Carlton Copeland of Norfolk, Va.
1. Ann Carol Copeland born December 17, 1936
2. Infant died.
ii Doris Earle Ormond born March 15, 1918 married on January 24, 1936 James
Edward Grubbs born June 17, 1910, They had three children:
1. Dorothy LaRue Grubbs born October 27, 1944.
2. Laurie Elizabeth Grubbs born October 20, 1945.
3. Marland Jennette Grubbs born September 27, 19--
iii Henry Brock Ormond born November 12, 1919 died November 920.
iv. Infant unnamed born August 25, 1921.
v Nanny Lou Ormond born September 5, 1922 married Lloyd L.
Joyner. They had one child:
1. Phyllis Jean Joyner.
vi Alice Elice Ormond born September 18, 1924 married Herbert Lee Hannah of
Norfolk, Va. They had one
1. Alice Lee Hannah
vii Sidney Brock Ormond born July 21, 1926 married Blanche Smith of Vanceboro.
He was in the Normandy Invasion of War II and went to Korea in June 1951.
viii Allen Belmond Ormond born April 3, 1929.
Mrs. Minnie Lee Kittrell-Ormond next married on January 27, 1941, Hal Heath.
201 Bertha Lois Kittrell, daughter of Charles Tull Kittrell (#98) and his wife, Beulah A. Evans,
was born April 1, 1888 died May 10, 1943 married on October 22, 1905 Ben D. Forrest born
August 8, 1884 died March 5, 1950, son of Ellen and William Forest.
i Charles William Forest born October 22, 1906 married on October 17, 1930
Leona McNaire. They live in
Portsmouth, Va. where he is an insurance salesman. (1950). They had one
1. Charles William Forrest, Jr. born August 11, 1937
ii Gwendolyn Beulah Forrest born February 4, 1911 married on June 17, 1933 Offie
J. Stancil born December 5, 1905. They live in Greenville where he is a U.S.
Postal Clerk. (1950) They had three children:
1. Offie J. Stancil, Jr. born December 26, 1933
2. Gwendolyn Gale Stancil born June 20, 1942
3. Bertha Lois Stancil born January 1, 1945.
iii Hazel Burke Forrest born October 27, 1913, married on August 4, 1939 Clinton A.
Bowling born August 14, 1910, son of Robert A. and Bessie (Manning) They
live in Scranton, Pa. where he is in the bakery business in 1950.
iv Bernice Dixon Forrest born August 11, 1915 married on January 1, 1935 A. Cecil
Skinner, son of William H. and Hulda (Stepps) Skinner. He is a farmer living at
Watha, N.C. They had two children:
1. Arthur Cecil Skinner, Jr. born September 10, 1936
2. Bernice Leon Skinner born March 17, 1938
v Ben Dixon Forrest born September 29, 1917 married on April 13, 1944 Earnestine
Hardee born May 14, 1920, daughter of Jesse B. and Mary Lou (Gaskins)
Hardee. He is a farmer living at Greenville. A daughter:
1. Lou Tenna Forrest born September 26, 1948.
vi Herbert H. Forrest born August 14, 1919 married on September 1, 1939 Mildred
Earl Hill born November 2, 1920, daughter of George and Mattie (Stallings) Hill.
He is yard clerk for the Garris Evans Lee Company of Winterville. Two children:
1. James Herbert Forrest born July 31, 1913
2. Peggy Ann Forrest born November 16, 1948
vii Clifton Tull Forrest born April 25, 1922. He is a salesman at Portsmouth, Va.
viii Elvy Kittrell Forrest born October 14, 1924 married on June 7, 1946 Bettie Sue
Tyson born June 17, 1925 daughter of Hugh P. and Louise (Nickols) Tyson. He
is an U. S. Postal employee at Greenville.
ix Lois Ann Forrest born July 10, 1927 married on March 25, 1950 Robert W. Foster
born May 10, 1929, son of W. L. Hook (Mr. and Mrs.) of Calwa City, Cal. He is in
the U. S. Army and they live at Fayetteville.
202 Ollen Victor Kittrell, son of Charles Tull Kittrell (#98) and his wife, Beulah A. Evans, was
born September 17, 1889 and died August 31, 1941. He married on February 22, 1920
Retha Little born September 9, 1900, daughter of Samuel and Mary (McGlohorn) Little. He
was in the service station business at Winterville. 7 children:
i Joseph Victor Kittrell born April 11, 1922 married Margaret Ayers, daughter of
George Ayers. He is in the
service station business at Winterville
ii William Kenneth Kittrell born February 1926 is sports director at
iii Beulah Elizabeth Kittrell born January 11, 1921, married on January 14, 1939
William Jones. They are farmers living at Oak City. They had two children:
1. Alton Raye Jones born October 24, 1939
2. Elizabeth Carolyn Jones born January 11, 1942.
iv Charles Tull Kittrell born May 1, 1930 is in the Army.
v Robert Edward Kittrell born September 24, 1932.
vi Mary Ann Kittrell born September 25, 1935.
vii Juanita Kittrell born October 13, 1927 died August 31, 1942.
203 Elizabeth Ann Kittrell, daughter of Charles Tull Kittrell (#98) and his wife, Beulah A. Evans,
was born December 25, 1892 married on January 10, 1912 Grover Dow Manning born
September 27, 1890, son of W. S. and Fannie (Nickols) Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Manning
supplied the data on the Charles Tull Kittrell families. They live at Grimesland and have five
i Fannie Alyce Manning born February 3, 1913 married on April 19, 1930 Earlie Lee
Thomas, son of M. J. and Aimee (Womack) Thomas. They live at Ayden where
they are engaged in farming. They had seven children:
1. Earlie Lee Thomas, Jr. born March 22, 1931 operates a recreation parlor
and cafe at Ayden.
2. Dorothy Louise Thomas born November 20 1934.
3. Grover M. Thomas born November 14, 1935.
4. Nelson Nickols Thomas born November 22, 1936
5. Elizabeth Ann Thomas born January 5, 1941.
6. Franklin Raye Thomas born October 9, 1947.
7. Annie Elizabeth Thomas, born January 5, 1933 died
January 28, 1940.
ii Arden Dow Manning born July 3, 1914 married on September 9, 1944 Nannie Lee
Wortherington born December 14, 1919, daughter of R. L. and Nannie (Hardee)
Wortherington. They are farmers at Winterville.
They had one child.
1. Keith Dow Manning born August 8, 1948
iii Margaret Wilson Manning born August 23, 1916 married on September 23, 1937
W. Lester Hardison born September 30, 1914, son of Alexander and Mary
(Coletrain) Hardison. He is Supt. of Street Dept., Portsmouth, Va.
1. Marvin Gene Hardison born September 16, 1939
2. Arden Dow Hardison born May 7, 1943
3. William Alexander Hardison born February 8, 1947.
4. Janice Marie Hardison born December 21, 1941 died February 7, 1944.
iv Nellie Dean Manning born February 22, 1919 married on December 23, 1947
Truman W. Haddock born November 8, 1919, son of Jasper R. and Reppie
(Smith) Haddock. He is a farmer and she teaches school at Ayden.
1. Ralph Wilmont Haddock born March 2, 1948
2. Tommie Lee Haddock born January 14, 1951
v Bettie Beulah Manning born January 1, 1924 married Dalward Lee Smith born
February 6, 1924, son of
Marcus and Bessie (Bynum) Smith, He is an Educational Instructor at Ayden.
They had one son:
1. Terry Joe Smith born May 10, 1946.
204 Lyman Evans Kittrell, son of Charles Tull Kittrell (#98) and his wife, Beulah A. Evans, was
born December 15, 1897 married on December 20, 1925 Marhie Bell Tuck born July 2, 1902,
daughter of R. D. and Martha Elizabeth Tuck. They are farmers living at Sanford. They had
i Redmond Evans Tuck Kittrell born January 10, 1927 married on August 2, 1950
Mary Moore born April 11, 1930, daughter of T. R. Moore. Operates cafe at
ii Bruce Kittrell born January 12, 1928 in U.S. Army.
iii Barbara Jeanne Kittrell born August 21, 1929 married on September 21, 1949
David Hardy. Business Secretary at Sanford. They had one child:
1. Deborah Susan Hardy born August 15, 1950.
iv Hellen Tuck Kittrell born October 31, 1931. She is an X-Ray technician.
v Billy Kittrell born November 29, 1933
vi Carol Ann Kittrell born March 15, 1935
vii Lyman Scott Kittrell born April 26, 1939
viii Arnold Douglas Kittrell born January 16, 1944.
205 William S. May, son of George Ann Kittrell (#99), and her husband John Joyner May,
died November 7, 1947 married on September 14, 1921 Ella D. Credle of Swan Quarter,
daughter of Isiah and Eleaner. They had one child:
i William Respas May born May 15, 1925 married on January 14, 1948 Clarisa
Edwards daughter of George N. and Eva (Lanster) Edwards of Pitt County. One
1. Elaine May born December 28, 1948
206 John R. May, son of George Ann Kittrell (#99), and her husband John Joyner May, born
February 16, 1879 married on November 3, 1909 Mary P. Hardy born May 10, 1881, daughter
of Josephus and Sarah (Smith) Hardy. They had four children:
i Mamie Ruth May born November 7, 1912 married John R. Roper of Beaufort
County. One child:
1. Eunice Faye Roper born February 27, 1945.
ii David W. May born August 26, 1910 married on February 25, 1949 Adell Avery,
daughter of James P. and Stella (Sermons) Avery.
iii Bettie W. May born June 19, 1916 married on December 1, 1939 Frank Harris, Jr.
son of Frank and Anna (Garris) Harris. They had four children:
1. Joyce Harris born September 10, 1944.
2. Jean Harris (twin to Joyce) born September 10, 1944.
3. Magdalene Harris born September 15, 1945
4. Infant son died July 2, 1918 age one week.
iv Sarah May married Dalton Haddock.
207 Hazzard H. May, son of George Ann Kittrell (#99) and her husband, John Joyner May, was
born May 14, 1894 married on April 11, 1921 Ada Myrtle Credle daughter of Milton S. and
Evelyn A. (Watson) Credle of Swan Quarter. They had three children:
i Ada Myrtle May born November 11, 1921 married on May 22, 1945
Howard W. Nobles, They had one child:
1. Howard Wayne Nobles, Jr. born February 7, 1946.
ii John Milton May born October 12, 1923 is not married. Graduate of N. C. State
College, Vet War II. Operates Certified Seed Farm with his father.
iii Annie Everett May born May 10, 1925 married on February 14, 1951 Bobby
Franke in Berlin, Germany.
Graduate of Atlantic Christian College. She works in Germany.
208 Effie Elizabeth Kittrell, daughter of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife, Stella Hardee,
was born October 11, 1884 died June 30, 1934 married on October 14, 1903 Guy B. Taylor
born October 5, 1880 son of D. W. and Laura Taylor. They had four children:
i Earl Taylor born September 25, 1905 died.
ii Kathleen Taylor born February 9, 1907
iii Bruce Taylor born November 8, 1909 died October 29, 1911.
iv LaVerne Taylor born March 6, 1922 married Mickie Larkins. They
had two children:
1. Beth Taylor born in 1945
2. Lany Taylor born in 1947
209 Hattie Eleora Kittrell, daughter of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife, Stella Hardee,
was born June 16, 1887 married on July 24, 1913 Allen Rountree Cannon son of R. C. and
Sudie (May) Cannon.
i Jean Cannon born April 21, 1919 married on June 21, 1940 William Bennett
Bullock, son of Monroe and Martha (Anderson) Bullock. They had three
1. William Bennett Bullock, Jr. born January 5, 1946.
2. Charles Cannon Bullock born July 22, 1949.
3. Michael Allen Bullock born February 13, 1951.
ii Allen Rountree Cannon, Jr. born October 26, 1926 married on July 1, 1951
Bettie Faye Gibson daughter of Harvey and Freda (Fulton) Gibson from Stokes
210 Ola Samuel Kittrell, son of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife, Stella Hardee, was born
in 1889 married on May 14, 1913 Lizzie E. Dixon born June 6, 1890 died December 1, 1919,
daughter of Joseph M. Dixon and Lula Worthington. They had two children:
i Alton Bryan Kittrell born October 24, 1914
ii Adell Kittrell born November 25, 1911.
Ola Samuel Kittrell next married on November 2, 1920 Effie Corbitt born in 1896, daughter
of George and Louvenia (Wainwright) Corbitt. No child by this marriage but adopt. Son:
iii Billie Kittrell born March 18, 1937.
211 Lona Jane Kittrell, daughter of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife, Stella Hardee,
was born August 7, 1891 married on October 16, 1912 Roy T. Cox of Winterville born April
16, 1890 died July 4, 1942 son of Amos G. and Susan Alice (Jackson) Cox. Seven children:
i Roy Theodore Cox, Jr. born October 31, 1913 died November 13, 1942. Lost
at sea in War II on U.S. Juneau. He was not married.
ii Boyce Vernon Cox born July 17, 1915 married in June 1935 Helena Mathews born
February 22, 1916.
1. Boyce Vernon Cox, Jr. born February 22, 1941
2. Roy Theodore Cox 3rd born April 8, 1946.
iii Janie Blair Cox born May 7, 1917 married on January 26, 1946 Robert Patterson
Wheless born July 9, 1919 of Farmville.
iv Marion Cox born September 22, 1919 married in January 1942 Joseph Dixon
McGlohon, Jr. born November 29, 1920 of Winterville. Two children:
1. Jane McGlohon born May 10, 1945
2. Marianne McGlohon born August 16, 1947.
v Louis Graves Cox born September 9, 1923 died in Army Air Corps August 12,
1944 at Richmond, Va. Not married.
vi William Riley Cox born March 4, 1925 married on May 18, 1951 Gay
Marrow of Roper.
vii Amos Gardner Cox born November 27, 1929 died February 20,
212 John Bryan Kittrell, son of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife, Stella Hardee, was born
April 12, 1893 married on October 17, 1921 Elizabeth Hinton daughter of William Mott and
Frances L. (Williams) Hinton. Children:
i John Bryan Kittrell, Jr. born December 8, 1923 married on July 17, 1948 Betty
Martin Gaines, daughter of Robert Martin and Claribel (Fountain) Gaines. One
1. Susan Elizabeth Kittrell born July 13, 1949
ii Frances Hinton Kittrell born June 26, 1925 married on October 7, 1950 John
Checkley Fritchman, son of Alva John and Ruby (Ferguson) Fritchman. One
1. Stella Elizabeth Kittrell born October 2, 1926.
213 Leon Lewis Kittrell, Jr., son of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife, Stella Hardee, was
born August 12, 1895 married on October 25, 1928 Blanch Allen born June 10, 1904
daughter of Todd Rountree and Mary Ida (McGlohon) Allen. They had two children:
i Leon Lewis Kittrell 3rd born September 21, 1929
ii Todd Allen Kittrell born January 12, 1935.
214 Wilbur Marvin Kittrell, son of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife Stella Hardee, was
born August 14, 1897 died March 13, 1936 married on June 25, 1920 Sallie Gatlin Carman
born March 10, 1896 daughter of Marcus Washington and Roberta Stell (Duffy) Carman.
i Roberta Duffy Kittrell born January 29, 1922 married on August 10, 1943
Frederick Francis Hyland.
1. Judith Ann Hyland born September 18, 1947
2. Frances Hyland born January 14, 1949 died at birth.
ii Elizabeth Ann Kittrell born December 18, 1925 married on October 28, 1950
Thomas J. King, son of T.J. and
Catherine (Corliss) King of Concord, N.H.
215 Lynwood Gold Kittrell, son of Leon Lewis Kittrell (#100) and his wife Stella Hardee, was
born August 28, 1900 married on October 23, 1925 Beatrice Falstrault born May 14, 1906,
daughter of Alfred and Agnes Falstrault. One child:
i Lynwood Gold Kittrell, Jr. born February 25, 1930.
216 Nannie E. Forbes, daughter of Martha Tucker (#104) and her husband Noah W. Forbes,
was married first to Alfred Forbes.
i Coy Forbes married Jennie McLawhorn
ii Ferniss Forbes married Dock Williams.
Nannie E. (Forbes) Forbes, widow of Alfred Forbes, married next, Benjamin Jolley.
iii Almeda Jolley married W. T. Page.
iv Martha Jolley married Robert Worthington.
217 Edward Forbes, son of Martha Tucker (#104) and her husband Noah W. Forbes, was born
in 1876 at Greenville died September 1924 Greensboro married first Martha Dudley.
i Edward Lyman Forbes
ii Lila May Forbes married Floyd McGowan.
Edward Forbes, widower of Martha Dudley, married next April 20, 1921 Margaret Eugenia
Edwards born February 1884 in Lenoir County, daughter of David McKinnie and Eugenia
Bryan (Becton) Edwards of Farmville. No children. She lives (1956) in Wilmington with her
sister Mrs. Tate.
218 Hardy Linwood Vause, son of Rev. William Charles Vause (#105) and his wife, Nannie
S. Taylor, married Myrtle Beaman.
i Charles Edward Vause born in 1912 married Pearl Grimsley, daughter of Alfred T.
Grimsley of Ayden. He helped trace the connection and data on the Vause
ii Hardy Linwood Vause, Jr. married Evelyn Malpas.
iii Celeste Vause married James Yocum of Illinois.
219 Rachel Vause, daughter of Rev. William Charles Vause (#105) and his wife Nannie S.
Taylor, married Will Beaman.
i Jesse Beaman married Grace -
1. Jesse Beaman, Jr. married and lives in Winde_____
ii Hopie Earl Beaman married
iii John William Beaman married 1st Margaret Miller of New Bern. After her death
he married again. He is a lawyer in New Bern.
iv Louise Beaman never married.
220 Hattie May Hill, daughter of Susannah E. Vause (#106) and her husband Hardy Hill, was
born in 1869 and married on January 1888 as his first wife, Dr. R. H. Temple of Kinston, born
in _____ County December 21, 1860 died in 1927 in Kinston. Grad. of Forest, UNC, Univ,.
Md.; M.D. and druggist. Member Christ Church. Lived in Kinston. One child:
i Jack Temple.
Dr. Rufus H. Temple married second, Estelle Croom. No children.
Dr. Rufus Henry Temple married third, Nannie Noble.
i Herbert Dillard Temple
iii Burwell Temple born August 29, 1903 married Elizabeth Jones.
iv Rufus Henry Temple, Jr. M.D., born August 9, 1909 married Eleanor Frances
Worthington on September 2,
221 Thomas Woodly Heath, son of Jesse Thomas heath (#107) and his wife Stella
Hartsfield, married Lucie Ross and in 1955 is City Clerk of Kinston, position he has held many
years. Four children:
i Stella Hartsfield Heath married Judson White.
1. Thomas Heath White.
ii Thomas Woodly Heath, Jr.
iii Benjamin Ross Heath married Ailine Gunter.
1. Benjamin Ross Heath, Jr.
2. Thomas Gunter Heath.
iv Gordon Heath, M.D., married Audrey Miller. No child. They live at
222 Dr. Tom Holleman, son of Sarah Poole (#109) and her husband, Nathan Alonza
Holleman, was born December 16, 1888 married on December 4, 1910 Bertha Brown born in
1893 died 1917. They had three children: He lives at Winston-Salem.
i Mildred Holleman born November 4, 1911.
ii Maggie Holleman born January 6, 1913
iii Louise Holleman born September 5, 1914.
223 Nellie Holleman, daughter of Sarah Poole (#109) and her husband, Nathan Alonza
Holleman, was born June 14, 1894 married on June 10, 1920 Adrian Sigman. They had
i Adrian Sigmon
ii Helen Sigmon
iii Kenneth Sigmon
iv Mary Lou Sigmon
v Alice Sigmon
vi Nell Sigmon in 1955 student at Phieffer College
vii Eleanor Sigmon.
224 Poole Holleman, son of Sarah Poole (#109) and her husband, Nathan Alonza
Holleman, was born May 4, 1892 married Hazel Pratt.
i Betty Jean Holleman
ii F. Poole Holleman
iii Hazel Holleman
225 Arthur Holleman, son of Sarah Poole (#109) and her husband, Nathan Alonaz Holleman,
was born July 21, 1899 married Elizabeth Bahnson. They had three children:
i Betty Holleman
ii Arthur Holleman
iii Henry Holleman.
226 Sherwood Holleman, son of Sarah Poole (#109) and her husband, Nathan Alonza
Holleman, was born July 1, 1900 married Irona Godwin. They had two children:
i Thomas Holleman.
ii Richard Holleman.
227 Dr. Frank Kenneth Poole, son of Joseph Franklin Poole (#110) and his wife, Edie Jones,
was born December 23, 1890 died on December 25, 1943 married on October 19, 1920 Rose
Goodwin, born February 4, 1889 daughter of John Edward and Emily (Speight) Goodwin.
He was head of the Divinity School at Furman University. He was buried in Greenville, S. C.
They had two children:
i Frank Kenneth Poole, Jr. born February 5, 1925 is now head of Pipe Organ Music
at Southern Baptist
Theologic Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
ii Emily Poole born December 30, 1928 married on August 18, 1951 William
Costello born January 16, 1923 son of Hugh Patrick and Sadie Costello. Live in
228 Robert Caston Poole, son of Joseph Franklin Poole (#110) and his wife, Edie Jones, was
born August 30, 1897 married on August 15, 1925 Mamie Morgan born August 11, 1894
daughter of R. A. and Mary (Burgin) Morgan. He is active in Cary Baptist Church and has
position with N.C. State Highway Department. They had one child:
i Robert Gaston Poole, Jr. born June 1926, graduate of Wake Forest in 1951, is in
the Insurance business in
Raleigh and lives in Cary.
229 Calvin Parker Poole, son of Joseph Franklin Poole (#110) and his wife, Edie Jones, was
born September 17, 1900 married on November 17, 1923 Mildred Barrington born December
3, 1900 daughter of John C. and Cassie (Brinson) Barrington. Graduate of N. C, State
College 1929, Wake Forest 1923, Baptist Deacon, Bible Class teacher in church and over
radio. Representative of Chilean Nitrate Sales Corp. and Real Estate in Fayetteville. They
had two children:
i Cassie Ann Poole born August 18, 1924 married on January 25, 1947 Major John
L. Robinson born November 14, 1920 son of L. H. and Ama (Hoy) Robinson.
ii Calvin Parker Poole, Jr. born May 22, 1934 is a student at N.C. State College in
230 Frances (Fannie) Belle Poole, daughter of Icana Poole (#111) and his wife, Adeline Corina
Jones, was born September 20, 1893 married on January 23, 1926 Thomas Frank Parker who
is Agricultural Statistician. She was formerly a piano teacher and is now a housewife,
member of the Raleigh Womans Club, P.T.A., and First Baptist Church. They had two
i Adelin Ann Parker married Thomas Garrison. She is a graduate of Womans
College of UNC, housewife, Patent Artist, Baptist and interested in BTU work in
ii Frances Alderman Parker student at Wake Forest, Baptist and interested in
Sunday School at BTU.
231 Nannie Lou Poole, daughter of Icana Poole (#111) and his wife, Adeline Corina Jones,
was born May 14, 1896 married Swade Emmet Barbour, farmer and merchant. She is
housewife, member of choir Supt. Primary Dept. of Clayton Baptist Church, teacher in primary
and junior departments. Member Claytons Womans Club and held offices in same. They
had one child:
i Swade Emmet Barbour, Jr., graduate of UNC, is a farmer and merchant. Married
Joyce Talton. One child:
1. Swade Emmet Barbour, III.
232 Bonnie Clifton Poole, son of Icana Poole (#111) and his wife, Adeline Corian Jones, was
born June 4, 1902 married Evelun Kitchin. He is a farmer and in real estate business.
Treasurer of Mt. Moriah Sunday School, President of PTA, and interested in church work.
i Peggy Joan Poole is a student at Meredith in 1952
233 Myrtie Vay Honeycutt, daughter of Alie Alien Poole (#112) and her husband, John William
Honeycutt, was born September 16, 1891 died on December 9, 1930 and buried in Mt. Moriah
Cemetery. She married on December 24, 1912 Moses Everett Powell. She was educated
at Mt. Moriah Academy was a housewife and Sunday school teacher.
i Frances Inez Powell.
ii Edna Vay Powell
iii Everett Elizabeth Powell
iv Ira Wilbur Powell
v Samuel Elbert Powell
vi Dewey Lee Powell
vii Moses Everett Powell, Jr.
234 Agnes Alien Honeycutt daughter of Alie Allen Poole (#112) and her husband, John William
Honeycutt, was born April 29, 1895 married in January 1914 Willis Ray Johnson of Johnson
County, Farmer and Supt. Of Jackson County Prison Camp. She was educated at Mt. Moriah
Academy. They had six children:
i Willis Ray Johnson, Jr.
ii Cecil Thomas Johnson.
iii John H. Johnson
iv Margaret Alien Johnson
v Betty Ruth Johnson
vi Robert Lee Johnson.
235 Ruby Lee Honeycutt, daughter of Alie Alien Poole (#112) and her husband, John William
Honneycutt, was born October 19, 1902 married John Clyde Barrington, teacher, camp
counselor and with Frozen Food Mfg. of Dillon, S.C. She was graduate of Meredith College,
housewife and piano and public school music teacher. They had four children:
i Angela Patricia Barrington.
ii Jeanette Alien Barrington.
iii Marjorie Clair Barrington.
iv Cynthia Dianne Barrington.
236 Emma Doris Honeycutt, daughter of Alie Alien Poole (#112) and her husband, John
William Honeycutt, was born July 18, 1906 married on November 20, 1931 Herbert Lane
Arnold, Jr., farmer and proprietor of tourist home. She attended Cary High School, Meredith
College, is choir member and housewife. One child:
i Pattie Sue Arnold student at Garner High School
237 James Marcom Wilder, Jr., son of Emma Gertrude Poole (#114) and her husband, James
Marcom Wilder, was born August 25, 1914 married Evelyn Grey Collins. He was educated in
Raleigh schools, Wake Forest College and Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville, Ky.
Assistant Pastor at Tabernacle Church in Raleigh, Pastor Little River Baptist Church in Miami,
Fla., and Pageland Baptist Church in Pageland, S.C. They had three children:
i James Collins Wilder born May 5, 1942
ii David Marcom Wilder born February 19, 1944
iii Caroly Grey Wilder born November 1, 1947.
238 Ray Warren Jones, son of Roscoe Jones (#119) and his wife, Essie Mann was born
December 26, 1912 married on December 31, 1933 Sibyl Daniels born January 13, 1913
daughter of Melvin R. Daniels who was Reg. Of Deeds for Dare Co. for many years and a
member of the Josephus Daniels Clan. They had two children:
i Ray Warren Jones, Jr. born March 20, 1935.
ii Michael Dawes Jones born August 2, 1940.
239 Edna Jones, daughter of Roscoe Jones (#119) and his wife, Essie Mann, was born July
10, 1910 in Manteo married on September 1940 Ephriam Etheredge born March 1912, son
of Capt. Ephraim and Maggie Etheredge. One child:
i Cecelia Etheredge.
240 Annie Jones, daughter of Roscoe Jones (#119) and his wife, Essie Mann, was born
January 16, 1918 in Manteo, married on December 25, 1935 John Allen born April 12, 1916.
They had two children:
i Carol Ann Allen born February 19, 1937.
ii Susanne Allen born July 27, 1941.
241 Louise Faulkner, daughter of Julia Bryan White (#125) and her husband, Dr. Thomas
Henry Faulkner, was born November 26, 1893 at Atlanta, Ga., married on June 2, 1914
William Allen Knott in Kinston, son of George and Sallie (Hobgood) Knott of Granville Co.
Mrs. Knott owns the family Bible from which much of the information on this family was taken.
They live in Kinston. He is a tobacco warehouseman. They had five children:
i William Allen Knott, Jr. born January 26, 1924 Kinston.
ii Henry Graham Knott born February 19, 1928 at Kinston married by Rev. J. C.
Bradshaw on June 28, 1953 Virginia Dare Lewis, daughter of Leckler Lewis of
Kinston. She was graduate of Greensboro College. He is a warehouseman.
iii Thomas Henry Knott born February 24, 1929 at Kinston.
iv Jacqueline Knott born May 11, 1930 at Kinston.
v Diane Bryan Knott born March 5, 1933 at Kinston married on June 19, 1954 Lt.
Bill Clinton Driver, son of Olin Little Driver of Girard, Ill.
242 Mildred Faulkner, daughter of Julia Bryan White (#125) and her husband, Dr. Thomas
Henry Faulkner, was born January 10, 1898 at Kinston married in August 1915 Irving James
Calkins. They had one child before being divorced:
i Jeanne Forran Calkins born August 15, 1921 Kinston
Mildred Faulkner next married Melvin Courtney Hersman.
ii Anne Courtney Hersman born November 21, 1925 Kinston.
iii Melvin Courtney Hersman, Jr. born August 4, 1932 Kinston.
243 William White Faulkner, son of Julia Bryan White (#125) and her husband, Dr. Thomas
Henry Faulkner, was born September 14, 1899 at Kinston died April 15, 1936 at Kinston,
married on July 6, 1922 Luana Moseley in Kinston. They had four children:
i Frances White Faulkner born June 5, 1923 at Kinston
ii Launa Moseley Faulkner born June 15, 1924 at Kinston
iii Anne Courtney Faulkner born November 21, 1925 Kinston
iv Thomas Henry Faulkner born December 9, 1928 at Kinston, married on April 18,
1953 Evelyn Allison Oettinger, daughter of Edwin Rosenthal Oettinger of Kinston.
She was graduate of St. Marys and UNC in 1953. He grad. of N.C. State. S.P.E.
fraternity, Army. In construction work.
244 Ruby Graham Harding, daughter of Laura Ann White (#126) and her husband, Walter
Herbert Harding, was born December 5, 1885 married Gus Gordon Dally. They had six
i Margaret Lucille Dally born September 7, 1910 married Hammond Wood. One
1. Horace Hammond Wood born April 27, 1931.
ii Gus Gordan Dally, Jr. born June 25, 1912
iii Helen Gray Dally born May 8, 1914
iv Emmet Earl Dally born July 13, 1916.
v Hardy Herbert Dally born July 18, 1918.
vi Walter Hughes Dally born July 2, 1923.
245 Katherine Harding, daughter of Laura Ann White (#126) and her husband, Walter Herbert
Harding, was born October 1, 1905 married Vernon H. Kirkland. They had three children:
i Laura Jane Kirkland born December 2, 1924.
ii Glorie Elizabeth Kirkland born October 24, 1926.
iii Billy Randolph Kirkland born October 4, 1928.
246 Edward Rowell Stanly, (Stanly) Tull, III, son of Edward Rowell Stanly Tull, Jr. (#131) and
his wife Myrtle Ridgeley, was born May 1, 1913 at Philadelphia, Pa. married on May 6, 1944
Geraldine Easling, born March 9, 1916 at Philadelphia, Pa., daughter of Burr DeWitt and
Mabel (McKechnie) Easling. He is a Fire Insurance Representative. They had two
i Edward Rowell Stanly Tull IV, born August 28, 1945 at Philadelphia, Pa.
ii A daughter
246a Frances Fields, daughter of Elizabeth Gladys Tull (#147a) and her husband William
Carlyle Fields, was born at Kinston July 29, 1914 married on June 10, 1939 Joseph William
Holliday born August 8, 1912 at Galivants Ferry, S.C. He is planter and tobacco
warehouseman. They live at Galivants Ferry and Mullins, S.C. they had three children:
i Joseph William Fields Holliday born June 3, 1942 Mullins, S.C.
ii Elizabeth Tull Holliday born April 27, 1945 Mullins, S.C.
iii Judson Johnson Holliday born November 1952.
247 Myrtie Elizabeth Parrott, daughter of Lottie3 Tull (#148a) and her husband, Dr. James
Marion Parrott, was born at Kinston March 31, 1909 married on December 16, 1941 William
Augustus Coleman born January 1, 1911 at Kinston. He is an architect in Kinston where they
live. They had three children:
i Elizabeth Parrot Coleman born January 17, 1943 Kinston.
ii William Augustus Blount Coleman born March 8, 1948 Kinston.
iii Charles Craig Coleman born August 15, 1949 at Kinston.
(William Augustus Coleman born January 1, 1911 at Kinston son of William Blount and Vida
(Barrus) Coleman. Attended Grand Central School, N.Y., UNC, Georgia Institute of Tech.
Was in U.S. Air Force 1942, Intelligence Staff Officer. Practices Architecture in Kinston.)
248 James Marion Parrott III, son of Lottie Tull (#148a) and her husband Dr. James Marion
Parrott, was born December 6, 1914 at Kinston married on February 15, 1941 Erwin Carter
Wallace born January 9, 1919 at Kinston daughter of Fitzhugh Ellsworth and Erwin (Carter)
Wallace of Kinston. he attended Woodberry Forest School; A.B. in 1937 from U.N.C.; Lt. J.G.
Navy War II; Director of Commercial National Bank of Kinston; Baptist; He is a planter,
operating the Parrott Farms. They had two children:
i Erwin Wallace Parrott born September 27, 1942 Kinston.
ii James Marion Parrott IV born February 8, 1947 Kinston.
249 Rowena Graham Tull, daughter of Ernest Rountree Tull (#151) and his wife, Rachel
Benajah Sutton, was born September 27, 1912 at Kinston married on August 14, 1936 John
Russel Brinser born August 13, 1905 at Richmond, Va., son of John W. and Alda (Coble)
Brinser. He is a teacher and coach at St. Christophers School of Richmond, Va. They had
i Rowena Sutton Brinser born November 13, 1942 Richmond, Va.
ii Bonnie Tull Brinser born November 2, 1940 Richmond, Va.
250 Harriet Hollister Tull, daughter of Ernest Rountree Tull (#151) and his wife, Rachel
Benajah Sutton, was born April 7, 1914 at Kinston married on August 3, 1941 Jesse Pugh
Wooten born June 30, 1917 at Kinston, son of Lloyd P. and Anna Spencer (Jones) Wooten.
He is an auto parts dealer in Kinston. They had two children:
i Jesse Pugh Wooten, Jr. born August 6, 1944 Kinston.
ii Rachel Hollister Wooten born December 13, 1946.
251 Winifred Rountree Terrell, daughter of Winifred Ruby Tull (#152) and her husband, John
Arthur Terrell, was born January 11, 1917 at Kinston married on January 11, 1938 Charles
Richardson Rogers born May 10, 1911 at Wendell. She attended Womens College at
Greensboro and Atlantic Christian College at Wilson. Selected as "Miss Wendell" in beauty
pageant - Cotton Ball In Raleigh and Tobacco Ball in Wilson. Debut at Debutante Ball in
Raleigh in 1935. He operates a hardware store in Wendell. One child:
i Nancy Winifred Rogers born February 27, 1914 Wendell.
252 John Arthur Terrell, son of Winifred Ruby Tull (#152) and her husband, John Arthur
Terrell, was born March 17, 1918 at Kinston married on June 11, 1944 Ruth Marion Overby
born September 20, 1926 at Clarksville, Va., daughter of Luddie Ambrose and Idania Owen
Overby. Graded school activities, by John, such as President Senior Class, President
National Honor Society, President Debating Club, Basket Ball, Tennis, Band, Editor-in-Chief of
school paper, valedictorian Senior Class. G.S. Degree in Pharmacy at UNC. President UNC
Pharmacy Senate, Rep. UNC Student legislature, Phi Delta Chi. A year in Duke University
Medical school, internship in Duke Hospital Pharmacy, then with Vick Chemical co.,
pharmacist in Albemarle, Pharmacists Mate at Louis Hospital on U.S. Merchant Marine Cadet
Basic School base at Pace Christian, Miss. In War II. Owns and operates John’s Pharmacy
in Sanford where they live.
i Cynthia Tull Terrell born June 13, 1946 at Sanford.
ii John Arthur Terrell III born February 8, 1951 Sanford.
iii Montrose Graham Terrell born October 29, 19__.
253 Dorothy Graham Terrell, daughter of Winifred Ruby Tull (#152) and her husband, John
Arthur Terrell, was born July 17, 1919 at Kinston married on October 25, 1939 James Brooks
Hockaday born March 16, 1911 at Lillington, son of W. Frank and Lena Marsh Hockaday.
She was Wendell beauty Queen to compete for ―Miss N.C." Business course at Campbell
College and worked for Hospital Savings Assn until married. He is owner and editor of the
Farmville Enterprise newspaper at Farmville where they live. They had one child:
i Georgia Tull Hockaday born March 29, 1942 Lillington.
254 Noel Marsden Wiggins, son of Mark Heber Wiggins (#159) and his wife, Addie V. Scott,
was born September 9, 1907 married on December 2, 1929 Charlotte Elizabeth O’Berry. He
died suddenly at his summer cottage at Oriental and was buried at Dudley in Wayne County
where he had lived. Died August 26, 1955.
i William O'Berry Marsden Wiggins born November 20, 1930
ii Rodney Wiggins of Dudley
iii Charlotte Isabel Wiggins born July 16, 1932
iv Fay Wiggins of Dudley
v Mrs. George Peacock or Mrs. Homer H. Gresham
255 Zuline Kennedy, daughter of Helen Rountree (#165) and her husband Alpheus Theodore
Kennedy, was born October 31, 1874 married first Marcellus Wooten. They had two
i Marcellus Wooten, Jr. married on November 1917. Elsie Stotz. They had four
1. Marcellus Wooten III born October 1918
2. Richard William Wooten born July 1923.
3. Zuline Duffy Wooten April 8, 1928.
4. Robert Duffy Wooten born August 19, 1929
ii Carrie Duffy Wooten born September 13, 1898 married on August 4, 1920
William Farrior Ward. Four
1. William Ward born June 24, 1921 died December 1923.
2. Alfred Decatur Ward born July 3, 1924.
3. William Farrior Ward, Jr. born November 22, 1925.
4. Kennedy Wooten Ward born May 1, 1930.
Zuline Kennedy next married on September 8, 1914 C. A. Broadway. They had one child:
iii Charles Albert Broadway born December 16, 1917.
256 Sidney Gustavus Kennedy, son of Helen Rountree (#165) and her husband Alpheus
Theodore Kennedy, married on December 25, 1902 at Richmond, Va., Louise Morrow. They
had four children:
i Dr. Sidney Gustavus Kennedy, Jr.
ii Helen Rountree Kennedy
iii William Kennedy
iv Alpheus Kennedy
257 Mattie Wanita Kennedy, daughter of Helen Rountree (#165) and her husband Alpheus
Theodore Kennedy, was born October 10, 1881 married on September 25, 1901 in Christian
Church in Kinston James Franklin Parrott, son of Benjamin Franklin and Martha (May) Parrott,
Jr. they lived in Kinston. Had three children:
i Helen Rountree Parrott born January 6, 1903 married on February 16, 1929 John
Yancey Lenon. One child:
1. Frances Kennedy Lenon born July 1, 1931.
ii Lisbeth Harriett Parrott born September 6, 1905
iii James Franklin Parrott, Jr., born October 8, 1908 married Ruth Turner.
258 Emily Hazel Kennedy, daughter of Helen Rountree (#165) and her husband, Alpheus
Theodore Kennedy, was born September 14, 1885 married Frederick B. Sutton of Kinston.
i William Sutton
ii Alpheus Sutton
iii Frederick Sutton
iv Emily Sutton.
259 Marjorie Kennedy, daughter of Helen Rountree (#165) and her husband, Alpheus
Theodore Kennedy, was born February 22, 1888 married Ernest Eugene White in Kinston.
Live in Greensboro.
i James Rountree White died in infancy.
ii Ernest Kennedy White born June 25, 1913.
260 James Herman Canady, son of Burwell Westbrook Canady, Jr. (#176) and his wife, Mary
Henry Canady, was born in 1879 died December 1953, married on October 5, 1910 Emily
Pollock, daughter of Dr. John Alfred Pollock, Jr. and granddaughter of Dr. W. A. J. Pollock.
Attended Horner’s Military Academy, Fayetteville Military Academy Wake Forest. Handled his
father’s estate. Farmer. Hardware. First National Bank Director. Organizer of Kinston
Chamber of Commerce, Kinston Fair Assn., Kinston Hotel Corp. Board of Deacons of First
Baptist Church. Trustee of Baptist Orphanage. Two children:
i Agnes Pollock Canady of Goldsboro.
ii Katherine Canady married Ogden Parker. Three children:
1. Ogden Parker, Jr. born in 1944
2. John Burwell Parker born 1945
3. James Canady Parker born in 1951.
Lovit Hines Collection of Lenoir County Papers In the N.C. Department of Archives, Page 307:
Folder dated January 24th Day 1762; ―Isaac Tull, son of Thomas his wife Sarah, was born
December ye 16th Day 1718
Isaac Tull was married to Winefred Caldwell febr ye 24 Day 1743/4.
Winefred Tull was born October 25th 1720.
An account of my childrens age
John Tull was born October ye 15 Day 1744
Charles Tull was born October 19, 1746 and Died ye 18 th of June 1750
Elizabeth Tull was born febr ye 6, 1748/9
Ann Tull was born ye 23 Day of May 1751
Charles Tull was born December 2 Day 1753
William Tull was born April ye 12, 1756
Isaac Tull was born November 18 Day 1758
Sarah Tull was born December ye 6 Day 1761‖
Winifred Tull Deceased May 18th 1806‖ (This in different hand)
Isaac Tull Book
The Book of Common Prayer and administration of the Sacraments
and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church
according to the use of the Church of England;
Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David.
Pointed as they ere to be sung or said in Churches
Printed by the Assigns of Alexander Kincaid
His Majesty’s Printer
John Tull and Elizabeth his wife was married the 23 rd Day of September 1779.
Caty Tull was borned the 17th of November 1780
Elizabeth Tull was borned the 6th day of October 1782
Saly Tull was borned the 23 Day of August 1783
Isack Tull was borned the 28th Day September 1785
Henry Tull was borned 12th Day of October 1787
John Tull was borned 3rd Day of March 1790
Copied on August 15, 1955 from Prayer Book belonging to
Mrs. George Wall Tull of Franklinton, N.C.
By Edw. R. Tull
Old and Now Testaments
J. B. Lippencott & Co.
John Graham Tull and Julia West Hollister were married by the Revd Daniel Stratton on the
11 of March 1845
J. G. T. born 20th Nov 1816 died Apr 25, 1870
J. W. H. born 27 Feby 1823 died Oct 6th 1877
William Hollister Tull son of John Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 26 th December
1845 at a quarter before 2
John Graham Tull, son of John Graham and Julia W. Tull his wife was born the 2 nd day of
March 1847 about 5 Ocl A.M.
Julia John Tull, daughter of John Graham and Julia W. Tull his wife was born the 7 th day of
Feby 1848 at 1/4 past 12 P.M.
John Graham Tull, son of John Graham and Julia W. Tull his wife was born on the 1 day of
May 1849 - about 7 Oclock A.M.
Isaac Tull, son of John Graham and Julia West Tull his wife was born the 12 September 1850,
5 Ocl A.M.
Isaac Tull, son of John Graham and Julia West Tull his wife was born the 19th August 1851
9 ¼ A.M.
Lucretia Hollister daughter of J. Graham and Julia West Tull his wife was born on the 1 st day
of November 1852 2 ¼ Oclock P.M.
William son of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 14 th April 1854 about 6 Ocl
Eliza Graham, daughter of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 27 th day of
August 1855 10 minutes before 1 PM Monday.
Montrose Graham, son of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 23 Jany 1859 at
2 ½ Ocl A.M.
Edward R. Stanly, son of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 28 th Jany 1860 at
11 o'clock AM
George Wall, son of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 29 th March 1861 at 2.10
Janet Taylor, daughter of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on 5 May 1862 at 4 Ocl
Herbert, son of J. Graham and Julia West Tull was born on the 7 th August 1863 at 11 ocl PM
Frederick Metts, son of J. Graham & Julia West Tull was born on the 3 rd November 1865
about 9 ocl AM in West Philadelphia.
John Graham Tull son of John Graham and Julia West Tull departed this life the 8 th day of
March 1847 aged 6 days 8 hours. William Hollister Tull, son of John Graham and Julia West
Tull his wife departed this life the 14th day of Sept 1850 aged 4 years eight months and 20
Isaac Tull departed this life the 22nd Sept 1850 aged 10 days and 7 hours.
Lucretia Hollister Tull, departed this life the 5th of September 1853 aged 10 months and 5
William Tull departed this life the 26th August 1854 aged 4 months and 12 days (Newspaper
clipping, pasted here. Notice of William Hollister Tull death)
Eliza Graham Tull departed this life the 31st August 1857
Janet Taylor Tull departed this life the 17th Sept 1862 at 1 ½ ocl AM aged 4 months 12 days.
Frederick Metts son of J. Graham and Julia West Tull died October 6 th 1869 at ¼ before 8 ocl
John Tull died in Waynesville, N. C. on February 25 1915
Isaac Tull died in Anniston, Alabama December 22 1892
Montrose Graham Tull died Jan 27th 1918
Herbert Graham Tull died Jany 24, 1933
Julia J. Tull died January 16, 1934 in Kinston, N. C. buried January 18, 1934 in New Bern, N.
Edward R. Stanly Tull died Tuesday May 11, 1931 (Heart Attack)
George Wall Tull died November 29, 1941
Lucretia Hollister Jones (Auntie Jones) died August 1860 in her eightieth year.
Copied on August 15, 1955 from family Bible
belonging to Mrs. George W. Tull of Franklinton, N.C.
by Edw. R. Tull
Old and New Testaments
A. J. Holman & Co,.
No 1020 Arch Street
George Wall Tull, son of John G. Tull, MD and Julia W. Tull was born at New Bern, N. C. on
the 29th of March 1861
Rowena Tull, daughter of Jno Tull and Winnie R. Tull was born in Lenoir County, N. C, on the
27th of Sept. 1863.
Alice Kennedy Tull, daughter of Geo. W. and Rowena Tull was born In Lenoir County, N. C.
on the 25th of Oct 1883
Ernest Rountree Tull, son of Geo. and Rowena Tull was born in Lenoir County, N. C. on the
20th of Dec. 1884
Winifred Ruby Tull, daughter of Geo. W. and Rowena Tull was born in Lenoir County, N. C.
on the, 22nd of November 1891
Frances Eugenia Tull, daughter of Geo. W. and Rowena Tull was born in Lenoir County, N.
C. on the 4th of June 1895
John Graham Tull, son of Geo. W. and Rowena Tull was born August 21, 1897
George Wall Tull, Jr., son of George W. and Rowena Tull was born in Lenoir County, N, C.
on the 28th of December 1898.
Ernest Rountree Tull to Rachel Benaja Sutton June 9 th 1908.
Winifred Ruby Tull to John Arthur Terrell, December 21, 1915
Alice Kennedy Tull to George LeRoy Cooke June 11, 1919.
Frances Eugenia Tull to William Marshall Koontz June 4, 1927
John Graham Tull to Myrtle Lois Self Oct 25, 1932
George Wall Tull, Jr,, son of Geo. W. and Rowena Tull died on the 18 th of May 1899
George Wall Tull, Sr. died on November 29, 1941
Copied on August 15, 1955 from family Bible belonging to
Mrs. George Wall Tull of Franklinton, N.C.,
by Edw. R. Tull.
Burwell E. Cannada died Oct 13, 1854
Drury H. Phillips died Dec 24, 1870
Martha J. Phillips wife of D. H. Phillips died July 23, 1876
Needham Moore died April 21, 1880
Mary F. Moore wife of J. E. Nunn died Sept 1881
Elizabeth Moore wife of Needham Moore died Dec 30, 1882
Needham Jacob Moore died Jan 7, 1883
Wm. C. Moore died Feb. 12, 1885
Thomas A. Moore died May 4, 1855
Needham Moore & Elizabeth Dec 22, 1829
Julie Ann Moore & Thomas Sutton Dec 30, 1832
Burrell F. Cannady & Susan C. Moore Nov 8, 1853
Drewery H. Phillips & Martha J. E. Moore Mar 1 1856
William C. Moore & Susan C. Jackson Oct 20, 1814
Needham Moore Oct 29, 1806
Elizabeth (Jackson) Moore Oct 11, 1812
Julia Ann Moore Oct 13, 1830
Susan Catherine Moore Oct 3, 1832
Franklin Jackson Moore Dec 18, 1834
Martha Jane Eliz. Moore Feb 16, 1837
James Jefferson Moore Dec 28, 1838
Wm Charles Moore Apr 5, 1841
Jesse Richard Moore July 8, 1844
Henry Hardy Moore Aug 6, 1846
Thomas Alfred Moore July 19, 1849
Mary Frances Moore Dec 6, 1852
Needham Jacob Moore Mar 3, 1855
Burrel H. Canada, son of Burrell H. and Susan C. was born Aug 19, 1854
Nancy Eliz. Canada Sept 2, 1857
Wm. F. Phillips son of Drury H. Phillips & Martha Oct 30, 1857
Thos. Spencer Phillips Aug 2, 1860
Susan Catherine Phillips Feb 3, 1863
Needham M. Phillips Mar 28, 1865
Albert Phillips April 11, 1869
James H. Phillips Jan 10, 1870
Ida F. Moore, daughter of Henry H. Moore & Ida N. Moore born March 17, 1885
Copied from family Bible belonging to
Miss Lottie Canady of Kinston, N. C. on
July 2, 1952, by Edw. R. Tull
Holy Bible ―N.D. Edwards Book bought I do not know when—― Charatie A.H.
Old and New Testaments
American Bible Society
Instituted in the year MDCCCXVI
Mary L. Edwards, daughter of D. M. Edwards and Eugenia his wife was born October 26th
Penelope Stanly Edwards her sister was born January 16 1879.
Frank Eugene Tull son of Ed and Nellie Edwards Tull born Sep. 15 th 1900
Edward Rountree Tull son of Ed and Nellie Edwards Tull born May 3 rd, 1903
Louise Tull Daughter of E. R. and Nellie Edwards Tull was born Dec. 9 th, 1905
Eugenia Tull daughter of E. R, and Nellie Edwards Tull was born Dec. 11, 1910
Margaret Louise Tull Ellsworth daughter of H.K. & Louise Tull Ellsworth was born Dec 18 th
Penelope Alice Ellsworth daughter of H. K. & Louise Tull Ellsworth was born August 11 th
Bruce Brewer Tull daughter of Edward Rountree Tull & Bruce Brewer Gore Tull born Nov 23,
Eugenia Rountree Tull, daughter of Edward Rountree Tull & Bruce Brewer Gore Tull, Born
Feb. 13 1949.
Edward R. Tull and Penelope Stanly Edwards were married Dec 28 th 1898.
Henry Kirkwood Ellsworth and Louise Tull were married March 21, 1931
Edward R. Tull, Jr. and Bruce Brewer Gore were married the 28 th of August 1935.
Margaret Louise Ellsworth and John Roscoe Vardeman were married June 23, 1956
Frank E. Tull, son of Ed and Nellie Edwards Tull died Oct 7 th 1904- age 4 yrs 22 days.
Edward R. Tull, Sr. died Feb 23, 1932. 3 A.M.- age-61 yrs 2 days.
Copied from family Bible belonging
to Edw. R. Tull on September 22, 1955
by Edw. R. Tull.
LAND GRANTS. Land Grant Office, Public Library, Raleigh, N.C.
Name County Acres Date Book-page
Tull, John Dobbs 100 1790-92 75-82
Tull, William Dobbs 75 1790-92 75-83
Tull, Charles Dobbs 31 1790-92 75-502
Tull, John Dobbs 65 1790-91 76-239
Tull, Emanuel Pitt 50 1792-94 81-464
Tull, Wm. & Co. Lenoir 480 1794 83-41
Tull, William Lenoir 72 1792-98 92-338
Tull, John Lenoir 15 1792-98 92-338
Tull, Isaac Dobbs 465 1771-74 22-58
Tull, Isaac Dobbs 200 1767-68 23-247
Tull, Isaac Dobbs 50 1767-68 23-247
Tull, Charles Dobbs 50 1782-83 45-55
Tull, Benjamin Perquiman 438 1735-40 8-244
Tull, Benjamin Perquiman 739 1735-40 8-245
1827 Georgia Land Lottery- Houston
Tull, Mary DeKalb County, Ga. No. 165, DT. 13, Sec. 5
Tull, Lewis Jones County, Ga. No. 180 DT. 3 Sec. 5
Tull, Lewis Jones County, Ga. No. 212 DT. 12 Sec. 5
1790 Dobbs County, N, C, (later Lenoir County)
TULL, John m 1 over 16; 3 under 16; 3f
William m 1 over 16; 1 under 16; 5f
Charles m 1 over 16; 2 under 16; 3f
1800 Lenoir County, N. C.
TULL, John m 3 10 to 16; 1 over 45
f 1 16 to 26; 1 over 45
William m 2 to 10; 1 10 to 16; 1 26 to 45
f 2 to 10; 1 10 to 16; 2 16 to 26; 1 26 to 45
Charles m 1 to 10; 1 10 to 16; 1 16 to 26; 1 over 45
f 4 to 10; 1 10 to 16; 1 16 to 26; 1 26 to 45
Winifred m 1 to 10; 1 26 to 45
f 10 to 16; 1 26 to 45; 1 over 45
1810 Lenoir County, N. C.
TULL, John, Sen. m 1 to 10; 2 16 to 26; 1 over 45
f 1 over 45
William m 1 to 10; 1 10 to 16; 1 16 to
26; 1 26 to 45; 1 over 45
f 2 to 10; 1 10 to 16; 2 16 to 26; 2 over
Charles m 1 10 to 16; 1 over 45
f 1 to 10; 2 10 to 16; 2 16 to 26; 1 over
Isaac m 1 16 to 26
1820 Lenoir County, N.C.
TULL, John m 1 over 45
f 1 to 10; 2 16 to 26; 1 over 45
Charles m 1 10 to 16; 1 18 to 26; 1 over
f 2 to 10; 2 16 to 26; 1 over 45
Isaac m 2 to 10; 1 16 to 18; 1 26 to 45
f 1 to 10; 2 16 to 26; 1 26 to 45
Henry m 1 26 to 45
William m 1 26 to 45
James m 1 18 to 26
Lemuel m 1 18 to 26
1830 Lenoir County, N.C.
TULL, Charles m 1 70 to 80
f 1 50 to 60
William m 1 under 5; 1 5 to 10; 1 30
f 2 under 5; 1 5 to 10; 1 30 to 40
Lemuel m 3 under 5; 1 5 to 10; 2
20 to 30; 1 30 to 40.
f 1 20 to 30.
Henry m 1 20 to 30; 1 m 40 to 50
f 1 20 to 30
Arthur m 1 under 5; 1 5 to 10; 1 30
f 1 under 5; 1 5 to 10; 1 10 to 15; 1
30 to 40.
1830 Houston County, Georgia
TULL, Lewis m 1 15 to 20; 1 40 to 50
f 1 under 5; 1 40 to 50
(In Jones County, Ga in 1827. Ga
1840 Lenoir County, N. C.
TULL, Henry m 1 5 to 10; 1 50 to 60
f 1 5 to 10; 1 40 to 50
William m 1 10 to 15; 1 15 to 20;
1 40 to 50
f 2 under 5; 3 5 to 10; 1 40 to 50
1840 Heard County Georgia.
TULL, Arthur m 1 under 5; 1 15 to 20; 1 40 to
f 1 5 to 10; 1 40 to 50
1850 Lenoir County, N. C.
House Number age
159 TULL, Henry 62 planter born in N. C.
Susan 60 "
John 17 student ―
273 TULL, Sally 52 "
Susan A 20 "
Mary E. 18 "
Winifred F 14 "
46 DUNN, Noah 28
Nancy R Tull 11 student ―
633 VAUSE, JESSE 22
Harriett L. 21
Robert B 20
Eliz. Baker 76
Nancy B 8
Susan C. 5
Franklin Kennedy 21
BARWICK, Isaac 60
Sally A 2
1860 Lenoir County, N. C.
TULL, John 28
Bettie C. 3
Cynthia D. 1
BARWICK, Craven T, 25
Ann E. 20
VAUSE, R. B. 30
HEATH, Thomas A. 39
Harriett L 30
Nancy A 2
Susan E. Vause 9
Charles Vause 6
1860 Onslow Co., N.C.
TULL, Sarah 65
TULL, William 32
TULL, Lemuel H. 38
1870 Lenoir County, N. C.
TULL, John 37
John L. 1
BARWICK, C. T. 36
John E. 1/12
RUSSELL, Levi 35
Jesse Vause 14
John E. Vause 12
Bettie Vause 8
Robert Vause 5
― Henry 1/12
HILL, Hardy 24 House #30
Charles Vause 18
1870 Jones County, N. C.
TULL, Lemuel 48
INDEX OF NAMES BY DESCENDANT NUMBER
ALLEN, Albert M 104 Eugene Tull 77
Blanche 213 Henry 10
Carol Ann 240 Hugh Brooks 187
James 93 Irene Tull 80
James Sidney 93 Isaac 10
J. Thomas 104 BARWICK, James Elmer 189
John 240 Jennie 79
Lucretia 105 John Henry 77
Susanne 240 Joseph Foy 80
W. Harvey 104 Joseph Foy Jr. 188
Virginia 93 Joseph Trent 189
ALDRIDGE, John 9 Margaret 28
Miss 26 Mary Ada 78
ALTMAIER, Carl Lewis, Jr. 80 Mary Ethel 77
ANDERSON, Ella 101 Nancy 83
Lena 104 Rachel 77
ARNOLD, Herbert Lane, Jr. 236 Rodney 77
Patty Sue 236 Ruth 77
ARTHUR, Pinkney 26 Sally Marshall 188
AUSTIN, Sidney 118 Samuel 77
AVERY, Adele 206 Susan Winifred 77 88
AYCOCK, John 27 BAUM, Balfour 120
AYERS, Margaret 202 Bessie 120
BAGLEY, Emma Lee 158 Washington F. 120
BAHNSON, Elizabeth 225 BOAMAN, Hope Earl 219
BALL, Phillip 181 Jesse 219
BANKS, Doris Elizabeth 158 John Wm. 219
John C. 158 Louise 219
Tollie Ocilia 158 Myrtle 218
BARBOUR, Swade Emmet 231 Will 219
BARNES, Wm. Speight 59 BECTON, Edwin Jarman 61
BARRINGTON, Margaret Susan 156
Angela Patricia 235 Wilbur Tull 156
Cynthia Dianne 235 BEERS, Sidney L 83
Jeanette Alien 235 BELL, Daniel Brodie 60
John Clyde 235 BERNARD, Wm. S. 56
Marjorie Claire 235 BLACKWELL, R. W. 180
Mildred 229 BONNER, George Glenn, Jr. 117
BARWICK, Allen Johnson 82 BOUNDS, Frances Trent 189
Ann 187 BOWDEN, Samuel Allen 78
Beulah Howard 186 BOWLING, Clinton A. 201
Craven Tull 28 BRATCHER, Eula Virginia 144
BRAXTON, Mr. 164
BRINSER, Bonnie Tull 249 BYNUM, Henry 105
John Russel 249 BYRD, Amos 88
Rowena Sutton 249
BRITT, Mattie 27 CALDWELL, Winifred 2
BROADWAY, C. A. 255 CANNON, Allen Rountree209
BROOK, James Wm. 162 Elizabeth 3
Wm. Edward 162 Jean 209
BROOKS, Craven Barwick 185 Robert Lawrence 175
Della 84 CAIN, Theo 194
Eva 103 CALKINS, Irving James 242
BROOKS, Jeanne Forran 242
Frederick Franklin 78 CALKINBACK, Mattie 122
Frederick Phillips 184 CAMPBELL, Edith 76
Mary 21 CANADY, Agnes Pollock 260
Mary Elizabeth 78 Burwell Westbrook 75
Nancy Ann 28 B.W., Jr. 176
Roger 182 Elizabeth 176
Sallie 101 Henry B.W. 176
Zelda 183 James Herman 260
BROOM, Octavie 184 James L. 75
BROWN, Bertha 222 Katherine 260
Cecil Bennett 162 Lottie 176
Charles Wiggins 163 Mary Henry 176
David Edward 162 Mr. 27
Eugene Glenn 163 Nancy Elizabeth 75
Grace A. 157 Susie 176
Mildred Holmes 162 Winifred (Williams) 76
Norman Edward 162 CARMAN, Sallie Gatlin 214
Phyllis 129 CASEY, J. 175
Ruby Catherine 163 CAVANAUGH, Grace L. 43
Rufus Paul 163 CHAFFIN, Maude 181
Walter 70 CHAMBERLAIN, Henry 6
Wilma Elizabeth 162 CHAPMAN, Carrie 102
Velma Jane 163 CHARLES, Ralph 109
Vivian Louise 162 CHEEK, Mary Elizabeth 187
BRUTON, Ashton Dunn 158 CHERRY, Margaret 198
Barbara Helen 158 Mary 30
Jesse Pittman 158 Will A. 97
Lillian Lucile 158 CHILDS, Jennie 125
Myrtle Geneva 158 CHURCHWELL, John 102
Reginal Kittrell 158 CLARK, Sarah Elizabeth 21
Robert Ellis 158 CLARKSON, Elizabeth 43
BUDD, CLAYPOOLE, Adeline 53
Josephine Sheppard 138 CLAUSEL, Edna Earl 192
BUHR, J. C. 43 COLLIER, John 3
BULLOCK, Wm. Bennett 209 Probert 3
BURNETTE, Thomas 3
Lawrence, Jr. 136 COLLINS, Estelle 90
BURT, Thomas Sims 16 COLLINS, Evelyn Grey 237
John Wesley 42 Johnie Grey 180
Miss 92 Julia Louise 180
COLEMAN, Charles Craig 247 Samuel B. 180
Elizabeth Parrott 247 CURTIS, R.B. 148
Wm. Augustus 247 DAIL, Charles F. 76
Wm. Augustus Blount 247 Jack 64
CONN, Edward A. 36 DALLY, Emmet Earl 244
COOKE, Elizabeth Moore 150 Gus Gordon 244
Frances Tull 150 Hardy Herbert 244
George L. 150 Helen Gray 244
COOPER, Charles M 51 141 Margaret Lucile 244
Dorothy Graves 141 Walter Hughes 244
Harriette Tull 142 DANIELS, Arlington N. 41
Julia Mitchell 51 DANIELS, Sibyl 278
COPELAND, Carlton 200 DARDEN, Edward Julian 171
CORBIT, Effie 210 Effie Moore 171
COSTELLO, William 227 Flavius Allen 171
COTCHET, Graham Allen 171
Elizabeth Green 139 James Robert 171
COUBLE, A.J. 167 Joe 171
COWAN, Mary 171
Cornelia Frothingham 48 DAVIS, Clinton 175
Sarah May 77 Kinsey 75
COX, Annie 97 Meta Alexander 169
Boyce Vernon 211 DEAN, Mary 123
Janie Blair 211 DABNAM, Wm. Douglas 77
Louis Graves 211 Susan 77
Marion 211 DAWSON, Johnie 76
Melissa 102 DICKERSON, E. N. 74
Pennie 160 DIXON, Elizabeth 168
Roy T. 211 Lizzie E. 210
Sallie 97 DRIVER, Lt. Bill Clinton 241
Wm. Riley 211 DUCKWORTH, Mary M 195
COZART, DUDLEY, Martha 217
Rachel Stedman 187 Samuel I 103
CRAIN, Irvin S. 118 DUNN, Cynthia Ann 22
CRAIG, Charlie Bell 62 Laura Jane 65
CRAWFORD, Carl 197 DUPREE, Ellen 76
Josie J. 197 EASLING, Geraldine131 246
CRAWLEY, Robert 62 EDGE, Alice C. 95
CREDLE, Ada Myrtle 207 EDWARDS, Clarisa 205
Ella D. 205 Dave 34
CREEF, Martha Ann 38 Frederick Lee, Jr. 155
Wilma 119 Gladys Evelyn 155
CROOM, Anna Estelle 220 Haywood 76
CUMMINGS, Mark 34 Lennie W 93
CUNNINGHAM, Opal 125 Margaret Eugenia 217
CURRIN, Dorothy 180 Miss 35
Ollie Winifred 155 Coy 216
Penelope Stanly 59 FORBES, Edward 217
ELLIS, L. Ryan 180 Edw. Lyman 217
Pattie 93 Ferniss 216
ELLSWORTH, Heber 104
Henry Kirkwood 154 Henry 101
Margaret Louise 154 Lila May 217
Penelope Alice 154 Melene 104
ELMORE, Attie 108 Nannie E 216
ESTES, Lucy 148 Neva 104
ETHEREDGE, Cecelia 239 Noah W. 104
Ephraim 239 Nora 104
Matilda 38 Pearl 104
EVANS, Amos 197 Walter 104
Beulah A 98 FORREST, Ben Dixon 201
Burton 197 Bernice Dixon 201
Godfrey A 96 197 Charles Wm. 201
Herman 197 Clifton Tull 201
James L. 96 197 Elvy Kittrell 201
Leslie 197 Gwendolyn Beulah 201
Mabel 117 Hazel Burke 201
Margaret 102 Herbert H. 201
Ruth 197 Lois Ann 201
FALSTRAULT, Miss 82
Beatrice 215 FOSTER, Robert W. 201
FAULKNER, Mr. 26
Anne Courtney 243 FRANKE, Bobby 207
Caroline Louise 125 FRITCHMAN,
Frances White 243 John Checkley 212
Launa Moseley 243 FRIZZELLE, Miss 63
Louise 241 GAINES, Betty Martin 212
Mildred 242 GALLOWAY, Hattie 90
Richard Green 125 Sallie 84
Roland Kerr 125 GARDNER, Estelle 199
Thomas Graham 125 George 87
Thomas Henry 125 243 Mamie 80
Wm. White 243 GARDNER, Walter 99
FEREBEE, John 115 Wilbur 99
Miriam Eleanor 115 GARETE, Louise 136
FERRELL, Ethel Lois 113 GARRETT, Annie 123
Evered Marcus 113 GARRIS, Zuda 94
FIELDS, Frances 246a GARRISON, Thomas 230
Mr. 159 GIBSON, Bettie Faye 209
Wm. Carlyle 147a GLOVER, Catherine Freer 142
FLEMING, Robert E. 76 Ernest 142
FOLEY, Allie Kate 121 Julia Cooper 142
FORBES, Alfred 216 GOODSON, Margaret 149
Bett 104 GOODWIN, Rose 227
Clara 104 GODWIN, Irona 226
GORE, Bruce Brewer 153 HARDISON, W. Lester 203
GRAHAM, HARDY, David 204
Dr. Chauncey III 6 Eunice 175
Edmund Barclay 186 Mary R 206
Eliza 7 Parrott 73
Julia Ann 15 Sarah 4
Martha Jane 16 Seth 105
Mary B. 3 HARPER, Blanche 174
Sarah Catherine 6 James Madison, Jr. 70
GREEN, Sarah Elizabeth 42 Jessie 70 173
Wm. L. 93 Ruth 70
GRIFFIN, Asa Thomas 81 Wm. F. 79
Ashton Thomas 192 HARRINGTON, Velma 84
Beverly Floyd 192 HARRIS, Frank Jr. 206
Craig Reynolds 193 Joe 89
GRIFFIN, Elbert Alonza 190 HARRISON, Georgia 117
Lloyd Bennett 191 HART, Henrietta 63
Nancy Jo 193 Mary 103
Nancy Verna 81 HARTSFIELD, Stella 107
Patrick Craven 192 HAWKINS, Elisha 63
Robert Scott 193 Margaret 129
Susan Brown 191 HAYES, John 127
Wm. Barwick 193 Leonard 127
GRIMSLEY, HEATH, Benjamin Ross 221
Corinne Healan 147 Dr. Gordon 221
Cynthia Tull 148 Hal 200
George A. 55 Jesse Thomas 107
Harry Barnett 148 Mary 34
Pearl 218 Nancy A 34
Robert Justice 147 Sallie 34
Wm. Tull 147 Stella Hartsfield 221
GRUBBS, James Edward 200 Thomas A 34
GUNTER, Ailine 221 Thomas Woodlet 221
HADDOCK, Dalton 206 Wm. H. 76
Perlina 40 HENBY, Annie 175
Truman W. 203 HENBY, Eunice 175
HANNAH, Herbert Lee 200 Mark 175
HARDEE, Mattie 175
Amanda Catherine 32 Nathan 175
Ernestine 201 Paul 175
Lena 182 HENRY, Levey O. 85
Stella 100 HERRING,
HARDING, Bernice Miller126 Eliza James Metts 7
Danna Wilmot 126 James Matchette 7
Israel Hughes 126 HERSMAN,
John Ravenscroft 126 Ann Courtney 242
Mattie Maola 126 Melvin Courtney 242
Ruby Graham 244 HESTER, James H. 86
Walter Herbert 126 Kossuth 86
Mildred 86 J. Edward 39
HICKS, Edward 67 Martha 176
HILL, Cora E. 106 Mattie 124
Hardy 106 Robert C. 123
Hattie Mary 220 William B. 39
Mildred Earl 201 HOOKER, Edith Anne 177
Ollie Gilberta 60 Raymond B. 179
Susan 8 Willie 178
Wm. Claude 106 HUNTER, Mittie 34
HINSLEY, Paul 150 Myra 127
HINTON, Elizabeth 212 HYLAND, Frederick Francis 214
HOCKADAY, JACKSON, Bettie 35
Georgia Tull 253 Elizabeth 27
James Brooks 253 Robert Bond, Jr. 35
HOLLAND, Robin 103 Susan Adeline 35
HOLLEMAN, Arthur 225 Susan Catherine 27
Betty 225 Winifred Rountree 22
Betty Jean 224 JAMES, Abline 29
Elaine 109 Leonard 87
HOLLEMAN, F. Poole 224 JENKINS, Leota 93
Hazel 224 Joseph T. 93
Henry 225 JOHNSON, Betty Ruth 234
Louise 222 Cecil Thomas 234
Maggie 222 Helen Elizabeth 169
Mildred 222 John H. 234
Nathan Alonza 109 Margaret Alien 234
Nellie 223 JOHNSON, Nora 33
Poole 224 Robert Lee 234
Richard 226 Willis Ray 234
Sarah 109 JOLLEY, Almeda 216
Sherwood 226 Benjamin 216
Dr. Tom 222 Ed 104
Thomas 226 Martha 216
HOLLIDAY, JONES, Adeline Corina 111
Elizabeth Tull 246a Annie 240
Joseph Wm. 246a Annie M 141
Joseph Wm. Fields 246a Annie Randolph 116
Judson Johnson 246a Asa Warren 38
HOLLISTER, Julie West 17 C. A. 175
HOLLOWELL, Sam 105 Clarence Ferrell 118
HONEYCUTT, Claude C 38
Agnes Alien 234 Edie 110
Emma Doris 236 Edna 239
John William 112 Elizabeth 220
Myrtie Vay 233 Elizabeth Margaret 37
Ruby Lee 235 Ethel 95 175
HOOD, Cody 122 Eugene Clarence 118
David W 39 Fred Ishmial 118
Henry Warren 121 Francis Green 13
George 175 KITCHEN, Evelun 232
George Washington 13 KITTRELL, Adell 210
Green 13 Allen 97
Josie 115 Alton Bryan 210
Lonnie Rosseay 118 Annabel 94
Mabel Doris 117 Ann Elizabeth 95
Martha Agnes 120 Annie Ree 97
Martha Rebecca 39 Arnold Douglas 204
Michael Dawes 238 Barbara Jeanne 204
Nannie 38 Billie 210
Onslow Jennings 117 Billy 204
Ralph 118 Beulah Elizabeth 202
Ray Warren 138 Bertha Lois 201
Roscoe 119 Bruce 204
Sarah Emaline 36 Burney 199
Sherwood 119 Carol Ann 204
William 202 Carl Lynwood 198
Wilma Joyce 118 Charles Tull 98 202
JOYNER, Annie 24 KITTRELL, Effie Elizabeth 208
Henry 33 Elizabeth Ann 203 214
Lloyd L. 200 Frances Hinton 212
JUSTICE, Corinne 147 George Ann 99
KEEL, Henry F. 30 Hattie Eleore 209
KEMPTON, George B., Jr.199 Hazzard A. 95
KENNEDY, Alpheus 256 Hellen Tuck 204
Alpheus Rountree 156 Jaunita 202
Alpheus Theodore 165 John Bryan 212
Emily Hazel 258 Joseph Victor 202
Harriett L. 34 Leon Lewis 100 213
Helen Rountree 165 256 Lloyd Allan 198
Marjorie 259 Lona Zane 211
Mattie Vanita 257 Lyda 97
Sidney Gustavus 256 Lynwood Gold 215
William 256 Lyman Evans 204
Zuline 255 Lyman Scott 204
KENT, Mattie Earl 126 Mabel 97
John W. 126 Mary Ann 202
KESSLER, Lawrence 49 Mary Elizabeth 199
KILLION, Anne 82 Mary Ellen 95
KILPATRICK, Alma 105 Mary Jane 32
Elizabeth 164 Marvin Lynwood 198
KING, Thomas T. 214 Minnie Lee 200
Van R. C. 169 Ola Samuel 210
KIRBY, May 175 Ollen Victor 202
KIRKLAND, Billy Randolph245 Redmond Evans Tuck 201
Glorie Elizabeth 245 Robert Edward 202
Laura Jane 245 Roberta Duffy 214
Vernan H. 245 Roy 97
KIRKWOOD, Renouff B. 81 Ruby Hazel 198
Samuel A. 31 Margaret Wilson 203
Samuel Howard 95 Nellie Dean 203
Sarah Catherine 96 MALPAS, Evelyn 218
Tod Allen 213 MARROW, Gay 211
Wilbur Marvin 214 MASTERSON,
Wm. Kenneth 202 Robert Coolidge 169
Willie 94 MATHEWS, Helena 211
KNOTT, Diane Bryan 241 MATHIS, Richard Newton 220
Henry Graham 241 MAXWELL, Julia 145
Jacqueline 241 MAY, Ada Myrtle 207
Thomas Henry 241 Annie Everett 207
William Allen 241 Bettie W. 206
KOONTZ, Wm. Marshall 57 David W. 206
KOSTA, Helen 158 Ella V. 99
LaBAU, Francis 50 Fannie R. 99
Julia Stanly 140 Hazzard H. 207
LAMB, Gideon 47 John Joyner 99
LANTZ, Christine Lydia 60 John Milton 207
LARKINS, Mickie 208 John R. 206
LaROQUE, MAY, Mamie Ruth 206
Frederick Mabson 71 William Respas 205
LATHAM, B.B. 63 William S. 205
Rodney G. 183 Vivian 178
LENON, John Yancey 257 McARTHUR, Miss 26
LESLIE, Don 129 McCOY, Henry Hebron 72
LEWIS, Virginia Dare 241 McGLOHON,
Wm. Luther 21 Joseph Dixon, Jr. 211
LEWY, Freda 126 McGOWAN, Floyd 217
LILLY, Julie 159 McINTOSH, Elsie 124
LINKE, Placide Christine 146 Girsh B. 124
LITTLE, Frank Lester 198 James 124
Retha 202 McKEEHAN, EIizabeth 43
LOFTIN, Andrew Jackson 68 McKENZIE, Isabel 177
Annie Pearsall 166 McKEWN, George Robert 142
Cynthia Biddle 67 McKIMMON, Margaret 130
Jane Elizabeth 24 McLAWHORN, Jennie 216
Susanne Carolina 66 Martha 92
William Cox 24 Oscar 101
LONG, John Blount 176 McMELLAN, Mary 76
LONGCRIER, Barbara Nan 128 McMILLAN,
LOVE, Joe Sidney Gardner 169
MAINE, Adelle 94 McNAIRE, Leone 201
MALLARD, Ella 224 McNEAL, Mr. 113
MANN, Ella 118 MEADOWS, Mary P. 53
Essie 119 MEACHAM, Stella 58
MANNING, Arden Dow 203 MEEKINS, Ruth 38
Bettie Beulah 203 METTS, Craven 7
Fannie Alyce 203 James Engram 18
Grover Dow 203 Sarah Eleanor 20
Wm. Penn 21 Alpheus Eugene 117
Matilda 21 Claudia 70
Wm. Penn Jr. 21 Cora Frances 76
Sarah Elizabeth 21 Edith 9
Henry (girl) 21 Elbert A. 77
James Isaac 48 139 Elizabeth 76 159
Eliza Dickinson 48 Emma 179
Gen. J. Van B. 138 Eunice 73
Josephine Budd 138 Felix Jefferson 181
Edwin Anderson 139 Florence Isabel 69
Elizabeth Green 139 Frances Chaffin 181
MEWBORN, Anne 26 Gertrude Eliza 171
Deborah 25 Hattie 27
Erick Lee 158 Heber 26
Jacob Parrott 158 Helen LaRoque 172
Jesse Bruton 158 Henrietta May 177
Noah Palmer 26 Henry Hardy 74
Thomas 70 Hugh C. 76
MEYER, Irene 178 Ida Frances 74
MILLER, Audrey 221 James Frederick 76
Margaret 219 MOORE, James Jefferson 76
Wm. Ellington Kingsley 60 Jesse 25
MILLIGAN, Catherine 17 Jesse Richard 27
MILLS, Marjorie 93 Julia Ann 27
MISSILIER, J. L. H. 7 Kate 27
MITCHELL, Lemuel 26
Alexander James 54 Lester Lynwood 177
Anne Eliza 20 47 Levi Jake 69
Eldridge Scales 144 Lillian J. 76
Fred Graham 53 Lilly 27
Harriette Tull 20 Lonnie 76
Ida Lengston 145 Margaret Janice 181
James Walker 145 Martha Jane Elizabeth 27
John Whitty 143 Mary 72 204
Julia 66 Mary Frances 27
Julia Scales 145 Maude Allen 181
Luther Maxwell 245 Needham 27
Mary Meadows 53 Needham Branch 178
Mary Whitty 143 Needham Jacob 27
Placide Christine 146 Persia Susan 71
Sallie Metts 51 Phoebe Julia 76
Sarah Scales 143 Richard 9
Stanly Bratcher 144 Rufus C. 76
Stephen Lord 146 Sallie 180
Thomas Jerkins 20 52 Sarah 24
Thomas J. III 143 Sidney 178
Wm. Metts 145 Susan Catherine 75
MOORE, Alfred 26 Wm. Asberry 177
Anne 25 William C. 27
William Charles 27 Sidney Brock 200
Wm. Franklin 76 OUTLAW, Mr. 35
Winifred 23 177 OVERBY, Ruth Marion 252
MORGAN, Mamie 228
MORRIS, Lathe 95 PAGE, W. T. 216
MORRISON, Annie Laurie126 PARHAM, Samuel J. 20
Mack Dubose 126 PARKER, Adeline Ann 230
MORROW, Louise 256 Frances Alderman 230
MOSELEY, James Canady 260
Blanche Harper 174 John Burwell 260
Cathleen 174 Julie Hamlet 129
Claudia 174 Ogden 260
Helen 174 Thomas 230
Herbert E. 173 PARROTT, Erwin Wallace 248
Hortense Elizabeth 173 Helen Rountree 257
Launa 243 James Franklin 257
Marietta Wooten 173 James Marion 148a 248
Martha E. 174 Jacob F. 27
Preston Wooten 173 Lisbeth Harriett 257
Wiley Thomas 174 Mary Bright 69
MURDOCK, Mr. 77 Myrtie Elizabeth 247
MULLINS, Mr. 4 PASCHALL, Otis 164
MOYE, Allen B. 104 PATE, Roxey 164
NEAL, Fanny Yarborough 137 PATRICK, Ada A. 96 197
NETHERCUTT, Debbie 34 Aurelia Elizabeth 96
NEWTON, Walter 95 Frank Augusta 96
NICKOLS, Fannie 93 George 177
Isiah A. 33 James W. 96
Mary Louise 136 Mary Lois 96
Myrtis 85 PEARY, Dr. Vance 44
Robert L. 85 PEEL, Mr. 77
Rosa Lee 33 PHILLIPS, Drury H. 27
Thelma 33 PIERSON, Elide 170
NOBLES, Betty 30 POLLOCK, Emily 260
Howard W. 207 POOLE, Addie Eleanor 113
Nannie 220 Alice Alien 112
NORRIS, Bessie 44 Bonnie Clifton 232
NORTHAN, William 38 Calvin 37
NUNN, James E. 27 Calvin Parker 229
O'BERRY, Cassie Ann 229
Charlotte Elizabeth 254 Elliot Sweney 111
OETTINGER, Emma Gertrude 114
Evelyn Allison 243 Emily 227
ORMOND, Allen Belmont 200 Frances Belle 230
Alice Elice 200 Dr. Frank Kenneth 227
Annie Mary 200 Icana 111
Doris Earle 200 Jonathan 36
Nannie Lou 200 Joseph Franklin 110
Sidney 200 Nannie Lou 231
Peggy Jean 232 Lucie 221
Penny 36 Staton 87
Robert Gaston 228 Warner 87
Sarah 109 ROUNTREE, Albert L. 170
Veola Gray 110 Alice V. 170
POWELL, Dewey Lee 233 Charles 164
Edna Vay 133 Charles M. 164
Everett Elizabeth 233 Cynthia 167
Frances Inez 233 Cynthia Polk 169
Ira Wilbur 233 Daisy 164
Jacob 158 David 166
Moses Everett 233 Edith 62
Samuel Elbert 233 Ellen Ruth 164
PRATT, Hazel 224 Elizabeth 164
PRIDGEN, Elizabeth Ann 166
Dr. Claude Leonard 166 George H. 169
PYLES, Clyde 164 Helen 165
QUIDLY, Ida Latham 53 H. Wiley 170
RAGLAND, Ila Adel 166
Samuel Howard 60 Isabel Davis 169
RAVEN, Sarah 11 Jennie 67
REGISTER, Edwin Lee 162 Joseph 168
Marguerite 162 Joseph Dixon 168
RENFROW, Mr. 91 Lottie 164
RHEM, Mary Theola 161 ROUNTREE, Lovis 170
RICHARDS, Martha Jane 66
Anne Huntington 140 Meta Davis 169
Henry Blodger 140 Pattie 164
Julia LaBau 140 Robert 170
RIDGELEY, Myrtle 131 Robert Hart 67
RICHARDSON, Virgil 164
Graham Tull 21 Willie 66
ROBERSON, Bennett 83 William Hart 66
Eddie 194 ROUSE, George 34
Eleanor 93 Lillian 65
Howard 195 RUSCH, Mary Lou 130
Milton 194 RUSSEL, Levi 35
Nancy Ann 196 SACRE, Lessie 46
Ted 194 SAVAGE, Maggie 97
Wm. Fred 194 SCALES, Sallie M. 52
Wm. Johnson 195 SCARBOROUGH,
ROBINSON, Maj. John L. 229 Martha Davis 185
ROGERS, SCOTT, Addie V. 159
Charles Richardson 251 Ira Andrews 161
Nancy Winifred 251 SELF, Myrtle 46
ROPER, John R. 206 SERMONS, Lillian Ruth 198
ROSS, Carrie 87 Lottie Odell 197
J. H. 87 SHAW, Edwin F. 51
Joe 87 Elizabeth Flowers 188
SHELTON, Hugh 158 James 30
SIGMON, Adrian 223 Leila 93
Alice 223 Lucy 93
Eleanor 223 Myrtle Best Gray 68
Helen 223 Rachel Benajah 151
Kenneth 223 Thomas 27
Mary Lou 223 William 258
Nell 223 SWINSON, Miss 35
SKINNER, A. Cecil 201 TAYLOR, George 27
SMITH, Blanche 200 Guy B. 208
Catherine 128 Herbert 58
Dalward Lee 203 Ida N. 74
Dudley R. 175 Julia 76
Mary Catherine 197 Kathleen 208
Pattie 91 LaVerne 208
Virginia 175 Mr. 101
SOUTHERLAND, Miss 27 M. Vaughan 179
SPEAR, Cora 175 Nannie S. 105
SPEERE, Josephine 165 Susie 72
STANCIL, Offie J. 201 William 72
STANLY, Edward Rowell 19 TEMPLE, Burwell 220
Harriett Tull 19 Herbert Dillard 223
Julia Hollister 50 Jasper Owen 220
Macy Outten 49 Paul Littleton 220
Nathan 66 Dr. Rufus Henry 220
STEBBINS, Thelma Estelle 220
Charles Rowland 69 TERRELL, Cynthia Tull 252
STEWART, Fannie 27 Dorothy Graham 253
STILES, Catherine 127 John Arthur 152 252
STOKES, John G 97 Montrose Graham 252
STONE, Maybelle 121 Winifred Rountree 251
STOTZ, Elsie 255 THACKER, Charles 58
STRATTON, George 53 THOMAS, Earlie Lee 203
SUGG, Helen Moore 179 THOMPSON, Hardy Lee 191
Lucile Elizabeth 179 TIMBERLAKE, Susie 165
Staten 179 TOMLINSON, Francis 175
SUMMERELL, George W 58 William 175
Marjorie Tull 58 TRIPP, J. W. 96
SUTHER, Evelyn M. 190 TUCK, Marhie Bell 204
SUTTON, Alpheus 258 TUCKER, Addie 85
Berry 93 Alfred 33
Dorothy 93 Allen C. 11
Ella 76 Arden 11 29 33
Emily 258 Benjamin W. 90
Frank 93 Celius Allen 102
Frederick 258 Daisey 84
Grey Livingstone 93 Durwood 102
Horece Leland 177 Dr. E. C. 91
Hulde 30 Elizabeth Ann 31
Florence 103 Elizabeth 6
Gedaliah "Tom" 91 Eizabeth Gladys 147a
Heber L. 102 Ethel Caroline 60
Henry 11 Ernest Rountree 151
Henry Bryant 101 Eugenia 59
James H. 29 Eugenia Rountree 153
Jennie 33 Frances Eugenia 57
John 84 Frances Hawkins 129
John Allen Kossuth 84 George Wall 46 57
Raymond 84 Grace Antoinette 4
Leon 84 Harriet Elizabeth 19
Lloyd 103 Harriet Hollister 250
Lorenza 92 Harriet Stanly 58
Louise 103 Helen Mitchell 47
Lucy 86 101 Henry 8 56 149
Lula K. 101 Isaac 2 4 7 64
Macon 103 Isaac Montrose 60
Mahlone 92 Issac Norris 130
Mattie 101 Isaac Waring 128
Myrha 89 James 5
TUCKER, Nan Loy 90 TULL, Jesse 4
Naomi 101 John 3
Novella 102 John Graham 17 43 45
Olla 102 John Hollister 43
Oscar 101 Joseph McKeehan 43
Ralph Ashton 102 Julia 127
Sarah C. 30 Julia John 17
Simon 102 Katie Eliza 61
Stella J. 101 Laney 13
Susan E. 29 Lemuel 5
Susan May 88 Lemuel H. 40
Vava 91 Lewis 4
Vicey 87 Lottie 148a
Walter S. 84 Louise 154
Warren Kissuth 29 Marion Cooper 47
William A. 102 Marion Parrott 155
William H. 32 Mary Ann 16
TULL, Alice Kennedy 150 Mary Elizabeth 136
Annie Virginia 60 Margaret Goodson 149
Arthur 4 Montrose Graham 7 13 6
Bettie Rowena 57 Ollie Doris 60
Bruce Brewer 153 Reese Read 129
Catherine 12 Reid 62 157
Charles 4 Rowena Hill 60
Chrarles Watson 129 Rowena Graham 249
Cynthia Dunn 55 Sarah 10
Edith 11 Sarah Craig 157
Edward Rountree 59 153 Sarah Elizabeth 3
Edw.Rowell Stanly 45 131 246 Susanna 9
Thomas 1 WHITEHURST, Carolina H. 53
Thomas Mitchell 137 Mr. 86
William 5 14 WHITTY, Mary Hester 143
Winifred 4 WIGGINS, Anna Laura 162
Winifred Frances 41 Cabot 159
Winifred Ruby 152 Callaree 159
TURNER, Ruth 257 Charles Dunn 160
TYSON, Benjamin 93 Charles Gersham 65
Bettie Sue 201 Charlotte Isabel 254
Mabel 29 Cicero 64
VAUSE, Carl 109 Fay 254
Celeste 218 Gene 64
Charles Edward 05 218 Gersham 23
Daniel Boone 105 Guy Cicero 160
Hardy Linwood 218 Herman Victor 65
Jesse 12 34 35 Hugh Glen 65
Jasper 105 James Thomas 159
Jesse Bruton 105 John Charles 65
Joel Elmore 108 Mary Frances 159
VAUSE, John Irvin 108 WIGGINS, Mark Heber 159
Nannie 105 Noel Marsden 254
Nonnie 105 Nolan Elvin 159
Rachel 219 Richard 63
Robert Bond 35 Rodney 254
Roland Kenneth 108 Ruth Dean 163
Susannah E. 106 Sarah Victoria 158
Rev. Wm. Charles 105 Stanford 159
WAINWRIGHT, R. W. 96 Susan 63
WALLACE, Daisy 34 Wm. O’B. M. 254
Erwin Carter 248 WILDER, Caroly Grey 237
John David 161 David Marcom 237
WALKER, Elizabeth 11 James Collins 237
John 127 James Marcom 114 237
LeGrand 127 WILLIAMS, Curley 63
WARD, Wm Farrior 255 Dock 216
WATKINS, Evelyn Anne 126 Elizabeth 33
WATKINSON, Agnes 158 Winifred 76
WESCOTH, Nevin 120 WILLIS, John Randolph 116
WESTON, Hazel 198 Sarah Frances 68
WEYHER, Marie 170 Thomas Warren 116
WHELESS, Dr. Wm. Moore 116
Robert Patterson 211 WILSON, Anne 45
WHITE, Ernest Eugene 259 WINFREY,
Ernest Kennedy 259 Dorothy Judith 167
Judson 221 Dr. Joseph H. 167
Julia Bryan 125 WINSTEAD, L. H. 94
Laura Ann 126 William K. 94
Stephen 15 WOOD, Hammond 244
William 41 WOODLY, Dr. C. B. 44
WOODRUFF, A. Edward 49
Clifford Stanly 49
Harriette Stanly 49
WOMBLE, Louis D. 28
WOOTEN, Alfred 172
Carrie Duffy 255
Jesse Harper 173
Jesse Pugh 250
Myrtie A. 56
Rachel Hollister 250
WORTHINGTON, Frankie 220
Nannie Lee 203
WRIGHTSTILL, L. T. 66
WRENN, Raymond J. 196
YEATES, Robert 166
YOCUM, James 218
ZIMMERMAN, Edna 160