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Descendants of George Gayden

 

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Generation One

1. George1 Gayden; born circa 1618; died circa 1674.

Mary M. Beadles in "A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families" claims that George Gayden arrived in Virginia circa 1638 and was a resident of Charles River County (the name being changed to York County later). She states that George Gayden was sponsored by Richard Melon and cites Greer's "Early Virginia Immigrants."

Children of George1 Gayden and an unknown spouse were:

  • + 2 i. Ralph2 Gayden, born 1654 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia; married Joanna Webster.

Generation Two

2. Ralph2 Gayden (George1); born 1654 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia (Ancestor Lineages Texas Society - Colonial Dames of Seventeenth Century, Lineages of Hereditary Society Members, 1600s-1900s from Genealogy.com online., CD-ROM (Baltimore: Originally Published by Genealogical Publishing Company), Gayden Lineage, 83. Hereinafter cited as Colonial Dames of Seventeenth Century.); married Joanna Webster, daughter of Henry H. Webster and Charity (--?--), 1679 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia (Founders and Patriots of America Index, Lineages of Hereditary Society Members, 1600s-1900s from Genealogy.com online., CD-ROM (Baltimore: Originally Published by Genealogical Publishing Company), Gayden Lineage, Volume XXVIII, 153. Hereinafter cited as Founders and Patriots of America.); died 1692 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia.

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia was formed 1656 then became extinct in 1692 when it was divided into the counties of Essex and Richmond, Virginia.

According to Beadles in the Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deeds No. 7, 1682 - 1688 "Charity Webster by and with consent of Henry Webster, her husband gives unto George Gayden, son of Ralph Gayden and Joanna, his wife, one young heifer and increase; if said George Gayden die then to fall to Ralph Gayden, Jr. Signed 9-2-1685 in presence of Francis Sattle and James Taylor, Henry H. Webster and Charity M. Webster".

According to the Texas Society of the Colonial Dames of the Seventeeth Century, Ancestor Linages, page 83 Ralph Gayden served as "Sub-Sheriff, Rappahannock County; 1683: VA."

Children of Ralph2 Gayden and Joanna Webster were as follows:

  • 3 i. Ralph3 Gayden; born Oct 2, 1680 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia (James W. McElwee, compiler, "Ralph Gayden - Johanna Webster family group sheet (undocumented): ancestral file numbers AFN: V6G5-VW and AFN: V6G8-JL,"; Ancestral File, 4.19 (2001), Family History Libray (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah. Hereinafter cited as "Gayden-Webster Family Group Sheet".) (North Farnham Parish Register of Richmond County, Virginia 1672-1800: 33, Richmond County Courthouse, Warsaw, Richmond County, Virginia. Hereinafter cited as North Farnham Register.).

  • + 4 ii. George Gayden, born Dec 22, 1682 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia; married Elizabeth (--?--); married Hannah Barber.

  • 5 iii. John Gayden; born Sep 14, 1684 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia (James W. McElwee, "Gayden-Webster Family Group Sheet," Ancestral File.) (Gayden Lineage, Colonial Dames of Seventeenth Century, 83.) (North Farnham Register: 33.).

  • 6 iv. Susannah Gayden; died Feb 4, 1731 (Gayden Lineage, Colonial Dames of Seventeenth Century, 83.).

Generation Three

4. George3 Gayden (Ralph2, George1); born Dec 22, 1682 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia (Ibid.) (North Farnham Register: 33.) (Mary M. Beadles, A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families (Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 1974), 204. Hereinafter cited as A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families.); married Elizabeth (--?--) circa 1737 in Virginia (Gayden Lineage, Colonial Dames of Seventeenth Century, 83.); married Hannah Barber circa 1748; died Sep 5, 1764 in Richmond County, Virginia, at age 81 (Ibid.).

Will of George Gayden dated June 1, 1764. State of Virginia, County of Richmond, Will Book No. 6, page 367.

In the name of God Amen, I, George Gayden of the county of Richmond and Farnham Parish being very sick and weak but of perfect mind and memory thans be to God for it. I do make and appoint this my last will and testament in manner and form following and first of all I bequeath my soul unto the hands of God my Heavenly Father hoping by the merits of Jesus Christ my blessed Saviour to Receive it again at my Resurrection and my body to be decently buried by my Executors hereafter named.

I give and bequeath all my Land Whereon I now live being about one hundred acres to my son George Gayden if alive to him and the heirs of his body forever and in case the said George should die without lawful issue then I give the aforesaid land to my son John Gayden and the lawful heirs of his body forever.

I do make and appoint Charles Taylor my Executor to take care of my Estate to pay my debts and to gather in what is due to the said estate and my desire is that my estate should be kept together till such time as my son John Gayden shall come of age Except my daughter Elizabeth Nixon I desire she may have her equal part of my estate when she pleases except her part of my negroes they are not be divided till my son John Gayden arrives to the age of twenty-one years. I do make and appoint this my last will and testament revoling and disannulling all other wills and testaments whereunto I do my hand and seal this first day of June in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and sixty-four".

His seal was present and signed in the presence of Charles Jones & John Hammack. Probated on September 5, 1764.

Children of George3 Gayden and Elizabeth (--?--) were as follows:

  • + 7 i. George4 Gayden, born Jan 4, 1738/39 in North Farnham, Richmond County, Virginia; married Ann Wardell; married Lois Collins.

  • + 8 ii. Elizabeth Gayden, born Jun 19, 1742 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia; married John Bently Nixon.

Children of George3 Gayden and Hannah Barber both born in Richmond County, Virginia, were as follows:

  • 9 i. Mary Winney4 Gayden; born Mar 7, 1749/50 (North Farnham Register.).

  • + 10 ii. John Gayden, born Apr 19, 1753; married Catherine Collins.

Generation Four

7. George4 Gayden (George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jan 4, 1738/39 in North Farnham, Richmond County, Virginia (Ibid., 36.); married Ann Wardell circa 1770 in Mississippi; married Lois Collins, daughter of Lewis Collins and Elizabeth Davis, Dec 4, 1782 in Granville County, North Carolina (John Frederick Dorman, The Robertson Family of Culpeper County, Virginia (Richmond, Virginia: Privately Printed, 1964), page 103. Hereinafter cited as The Robertson Family.); died May 29, 1819 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, at age 80; buried in Street Cemetery at "Beech Grove", Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

George Gayden's Will: In the name of God Amen, I George Gayden of the state of Mississippi and county of Amite being of perfect mind and memory (praise be God) do this 29th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen make and publish this my last will and testament, in manner following, that is to say: I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Rebeccah Batchelor a Negro girl named Violet. I give and bequeath unto my dutiful son Gadesby Gayden two negros, towit, Stephan a Negro man and Mariah a Negro girl and one small desk. I give and bequeath my beloved daughter Patsy Perkins a Negro woman named Charity(?) and her (issue?). I give and bequeath unto my dutiful son George Gayden two Negro men, to wit, Federick and Peter and one half of the cows, horses and hogs. I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Elizabeth Morgan one Negro boy named Issac, two cows and calves and one hundred dollars, the money to be paid ?? at the expiration of five years. I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Diana Davis two negros, to wit, Isum a Negro man, and ??, a Negro boy. I give and bequeath unto my dutiful son Griffin Gayden a Negro man named Tom and one half of the stock of cattle, hogs and horses also one wagon and gear and also a Negro man named Soloman and two beds and ??. I give and bequeath unto my daughter in law Hannah Gayden twenty dollars to be paid to her at the expiration of five years. I give and bequeath unto my loving grand daughter Louisa(?) Gayden three hundred and sixty dollars, to be paid to her at the expiration of five years. I give and bequeath unto my grand son Francis Wren three hundred and sixty dollars to be paid to him at the expiration of five years. I give and bequeath unto my grand son George Gayden Wren three hundred and sixty dollars, to be paid to him at the expiration of five years. And I hereby make and ordain and ???? sons Cadesbey Gayden ???? Source Information: Volume 1, Book B pp 1-75 Amite County, Mississippi Probate

He took the Oath of Alliegance 1778 in Nutbush District of Granville County, North Carolina.

Children of George4 Gayden and Ann Wardell were as follows:

  • + 11 i. Patsey Martha5 Gayden, born circa 1781; married Lewis Perkins.

  • + 12 ii. Rebecca Gayden, born Feb 27, 1774 in Grandville County, South Carolina; married Unk Leith; married Francis Wren; married Thomas Agrippa Batchelor.

  • + 13 iii. Cadesby Gayden, born 1776; married Polly Lee Collins.

  • + 14 iv. Agrippa Gayden, born Jul 2, 1778 in North Carolina; married Margaret Muse Lea.

Children of George4 Gayden and Lois Collins were as follows:

  • + 15 i. George L.5 Gayden, born circa 1783; married Sally Evans.

  • + 16 ii. Elizabeth Gayden, born 1785 in South Carolina; married William Morgan.

  • + 17 iii. Diana Gayden, born circa 1784 in South Carolina; married George Davis.

  • 18 iv. Griffin Gayden; born 1787; married Dercas Wade Dec 20, 1818; married Mary Ann McClendon Sep 21, 1836.

  • + 19 v. Nash V. Gayden, born 1788; married Hannah Howard.

8. Elizabeth4 Gayden (George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jun 19, 1742 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia (North Farnham Register: 37.); married John Bently Nixon circa 1763 in Virginia; died in South Carolina.

Children of Elizabeth4 Gayden and John Bently Nixon were as follows:

  • 20 i. Ann Nancy5 Nixon; born 1764.

  • 21 ii. Travis Nixon; born 1766.

  • 22 iii. Rev. John Nixon; born Jul 2, 1768; married Elizabeth Craig.

  • 23 iv. Elizabeth Nixon; born 1770.

  • 24 v. William Nixon; born Nov 17, 1773.

  • 25 vi. Hannah Nixon; born Apr 30, 1777.

10. John4 Gayden (George3, Ralph2, George1); born Apr 19, 1753 in Richmond County, Virginia (Gayden Lineage, Founders and Patriots of America, Volume XXVIII, 153.) (North Farnham Register.); married Catherine Collins Mar 9, 1773 in Orange County, Virginia (Robert Abner Love, The Early History of the Gayden Family in the United States (Birmingham, Alabama: privately printed (courtesy of Mr. William K. Gayden), 1935), 6. Hereinafter cited as Early History of Gayden Family.); died circa 1811 in Kershaw County, South Carolina.

According to Love, "He emigrated to South Carolina and was first lieutenant in Colonel John Marshall's Regiment, General Sumter's Brigade in the Revolutionary War. He also served in Capt. Ross's Camden Company as a private" (Ibid., 5.).

Children of John4 Gayden and Catherine Collins were as follows:

  • + 26 i. Sarah5 Gayden, born Feb 14, 1775 in Orange County, Virginia; married Jesse Duren.

  • 27 ii. Abner Gayden; born 1777; died 1803 in Kershaw County, South Carolina.

  • + 28 iii. George Gayden, born circa 1773 in Orange County, Virginia; married Francis Rutledge.

  • + 29 iv. William Gayden, born Apr 16, 1784 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married Tempey Titus Pipkin.

  • + 30 v. Uriah C. Gayden, born 1788 in South Carolina; married (--?--) MacWaters; married Malinda Susannah Dooley.

  • + 31 vi. Susannah Gayden, born 1790 in South Carolina; married James D. Russell.

  • 32 vii. Elijah Gayden; born 1790 in South Carolina; married Sarah Gladden; died Jan 18, 1863 in South Carolina.

  • + 33 viii. Reverand John Gayden, born 1791 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married Margaret Elizabeth MacWaters.

  • 34 ix. Spencer Gayden; born 1795 in South Carolina; married Molly (--?--) (Ibid., 6.).

  • + 35 x. Reuben Thomas Gayden, born Oct 12, 1797 in Kershaw County, South Carolina; married Susannah Boyd; married Jane Thurman Hearn.

Generation Five

11. Patsey Martha5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1781; married Lewis Perkins May 1, 1808 in Mississippi.

Children of Patsey Martha5 Gayden and Lewis Perkins were as follows:

  • 36 i. Dalcho6 Perkins; born circa 1809.

  • 37 ii. Nancy Perkins; born 1810.

  • 38 iii. Elisa Perkins; born 1811.

  • 39 iv. Monroe Perkins; born 1815.

12. Rebecca5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Feb 27, 1774 in Grandville County, South Carolina; married Unk Leith 1790; married Francis Wren circa 1795; married Thomas Agrippa Batchelor Dec 26, 1805 in Amite County, Mississippi; died Jan 14, 1836 in Beech Grove, Amite County, Mississippi, at age 61.

The administration records of the estate of Francis Wren, husband of Rebecca Gayden Wren Batchelor, are preserved in the Amite County Archives. The will was written in what was then Wilkinson County, dated March 21, 1804, and probated October 1805. Wren lists as his heirs his wife Rebecca, sons John, Francis, and George Gayden, daughter Elizabeth Wren, and stepdaughter Theny Lee.

Children of Rebecca5 Gayden and Unk Leith were:

  • 40 i. Parthania6 Leith; born circa 1791.

Children of Rebecca5 Gayden and Francis Wren were as follows:

  • 41 i. John6 Wren; born circa 1796.

  • 42 ii. Elizabeth Wren; born circa 1797.

  • 43 iii. Francis Wren; born circa 1800.

  • 44 iv. George Gayden Wren; born circa 1802.

Children of Rebecca5 Gayden and Thomas Agrippa Batchelor were as follows:

  • 45 i. Victoria Caroline6 Batchelor; born Sep 20, 1806 in Amite County, Mississippi; married Abel Buckholtz; died Apr 13, 1858 in Amite County, Mississippi, at age 51.

  • 46 ii. Mary Ann Harriott Batchelor; born Jan 14, 1809.

  • 47 iii. James Madison Batchelor; born Jun 23, 1811.

  • 48 iv. Thomas Agrippa Gayden Batchelor; born Aug 7, 1813.

  • 49 v. Napoleon Bonaparte Batchelor; born Jun 15, 1815.

13. Cadesby5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1776; married Polly Lee Collins, daughter of Edward Collins and Elizabeth Lee, Mar 13, 1806 in Mississippi; died May 24, 1841 in Amite County, Mississippi.

Children of Cadesby5 Gayden and Polly Lee Collins were as follows:

  • + 50 i. Louisiana Emily6 Gayden, born 1808; married Doctor James Perkins.

  • 51 ii. Missouri C. Gayden; born Sep 14, 1818; married William M. Stone Jul 26, 1836 (Mississippi Marriages From 1829 to 1900, online Genealogy.com, 122. Hereinafter cited as Mississippi Marriages 1829-1900.).

  • 52 iii. Harriet Elizabeth Gayden; born circa 1819; married Charles Marriman Smith Sep 12, 1836 in Amite County, Mississippi (Ibid., 80.); died Oct 2, 1853.

14. Agrippa5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jul 2, 1778 in North Carolina (Sons & Daughters of Pilgrims, Lineages of Hereditary Society Members, 1600s-1900s from Genealogy.com online., CD-ROM (Baltimore: Originally Published by Genealogical Publishing Company), Gayden Lineage, Volume III, page 51. Hereinafter cited as Sons & Daughters of Pilgrims.); married Margaret Muse Lea, daughter of David Lea and Nancy Clay, Jul 31, 1818 in Mississippi; died Jan 17, 1845 in Amite County, Mississippi, at age 66 (Ibid.).

Children of Agrippa5 Gayden and Margaret Muse Lea were as follows:

  • 53 i. Minerva Cecilia6 Gayden; born circa 1819.

  • 54 ii. William Gayden; born circa 1821.

  • 55 iii. George Lea Gayden; born Oct 3, 1822 (Ibid.) (Miller, compiler, Mississippi Bible Records and Prerequisite Items (Philadelphia: Jasper Harding, 1850), Vol. 2, page 113. Hereinafter cited as Mississippi Bible Records.); married Martha Evelyn Scott Dec 3, 1846 (Gayden Lineage, Sons & Daughters of Pilgrims, Volume III, page 51.); died Sep 30, 1861 at age 38.

  • + 56 iv. Iverson Greene Gayden, born Jan 19, 1825 in Amite County, Mississippi; married Ellen Scott; married Martha Jane Thompson.

  • 57 v. Mary Elizabeth Gayden; born Mar 17, 1830; married Doctor Joseph Redhead Mar 25, 1847; died 1851.

  • 58 vi. Elvira Scott Gayden; born Jul 6, 1832; married Albert G. Cage Dec 9, 1852; died 1863.

  • 59 vii. Franklin Agrippa Gayden; born Jun 23, 1836.

15. George L.5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1783; married Sally Evans Jan 31, 1808; died between 1823 and 1830 in Amite County, Mississippi.

Children of George L.5 Gayden and Sally Evans were as follows:

  • 60 i. Charolette6 Gayden; married Joseph Herndon Vannoy.

  • 61 ii. Jefferson Emanuel Gayden.

  • 62 iii. Jerome Gayden.

  • 63 iv. Narcissa Ann Gayden.

16. Elizabeth5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1785 in South Carolina; married William Morgan circa 1804 in South Carolina; died Dec, 1852 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

The will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan reads as follows:

I Elizabeth Morgan by the grace of God being of sound mind and disposing memory do make and constitute this my last will and testament hereby revoking and make void all former wills by me at any time heretofore one as to such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to entrust me with. I wish that all my debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as possible and of the first money that shall come into the hands of my executons from ?? part of my estate. I will and bequeath to my beloved son John G. Morgan the following Negro slaves ”Jo ??… my woman Pend?? Aged about twenty two years, also her live boy children Felson and Zeke also our bed stand feathers, bed cover, clothing. I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Diana Gockerham(??) and the lawful heirs of her body my Negro woman Ilane Betty aged about fourty years. I will and bequeath to my beloved son Fielding Morgan and the lawful heirs of his body my Negro boy Haro Meridy aged about eighteen years. I will and bequeath to my beloved son Hiram Morgan the following Negro slaves – my girl Elmira aged about eightenn years and the increase of her body, also my woman Clarrisa aged about forty, also my man Charles agedabout forty. I also give to my so Hiram my stock of cattle consisting oftwo cows and calves also one bead stance, feather bed and clothing. I will and bequeath to my beloved son Wiley Morgan one hundred dollars to be paid to him by my executor out of any money arising from my estate It is my will that the increase of the woman Pend?? Should there be any also go to my son John G. Morgan. I further will and bequeath to my beloved sone John and Hiram Morgan all my household and kitchen furniture and all other property and effects that may be my possession at the time of my decease not hence before disposed of and equally divided between them and I do hereby ordain and appoint my son John G and Hiram Morgan executors of this my last will and testament. In witness thereof, I Elizabeth Morgan, have to ?? my last will set my hand and seal this first day April AD 1852

(She made her mark after the scribe had entered her name) Witnessed by Jacob Harrell & R.H. Lowry Source: Amite County Probate records.

Children of Elizabeth5 Gayden and William Morgan were as follows:

  • 64 i. Phoebe6 Morgan; born 1805 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Daniel Myers Dec 26, 1835 in Liberty, Amite, Mississippi.

  • + 65 ii. Wiley Morgan, born Nov 4, 1807 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Margaret M. Wilson.

  • 66 iii. James Morgan; born 1809 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

  • + 67 iv. Fielding Bradford Morgan I, born 1812 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Rebecca Myers; married Amanda Elvina Duck.

  • + 68 v. John G. Morgan, born 1813 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Sarah Sites; married Clorinda Sleeper.

  • 69 vi. Benjamin Morgan; born 1816 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi (Edmund West compiler, Provo, Utah, Gene Pool Individual Records, online Ancestry.com, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program. Hereinafter cited as Gene Pool Individual Records.).

  • 70 vii. Elizabeth Morgan; born 1820 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

  • + 71 viii. Diana D. Morgan, born 1822 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Michael David Corcoran.

  • 72 ix. William Morgan; born 1823 in Amite County, Mississippi.

  • + 73 x. Hiram Morgan, born Mar 1, 1824 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Augusta Elizabeth Hamilton.

17. Diana5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1784 in South Carolina; married George Davis Mar 23, 1806.

Children of Diana5 Gayden and George Davis were:

  • 74 i. Victoria Carolina6 Davis.

19. Nash V.5 Gayden (George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1788; married Hannah Howard Jun 11, 1811 in Mississippi; died Jun 8, 1812.

Children of Nash V.5 Gayden and Hannah Howard were:

  • 75 i. Serafina6 Gayden; born circa 1813.

26. Sarah5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Feb 14, 1775 in Orange County, Virginia; married Jesse Duren; died Jun 20, 1849 in Lexington, Holmes County, Mississippi, at age 74.

Children of Sarah5 Gayden and Jesse Duren were as follows:

  • 76 i. James6 Duren; born Mar 8, 1795.

  • 77 ii. William L. Duren; born circa 1799.

  • 78 iii. Mary Duren; born circa 1805.

  • 79 iv. Sarah Duren; born Jan 7, 1807.

  • 80 v. Jesse George Duren; born Feb 9, 1809.

  • 81 vi. Louisa Katherine Duren; born 1811.

  • 82 vii. Rebecca Duren; born 1813.

  • 83 viii. Ann Theresa Duren; born Jun 3, 1819.

  • 84 ix. Monica S. Duren; born 1820.

28. George5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1773 in Orange County, Virginia; married Francis Rutledge; buried in reportedly at Liberty Hill, South Carolina.

Children of George5 Gayden and Francis Rutledge were:

  • 85 i. George W.6 Gayden; born circa 1805.

29. William5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Apr 16, 1784 in Lancaster County, South Carolina; married Tempey Titus Pipkin Nov 26, 1809; died Jul 5, 1815 at age 31.

Children of William5 Gayden and Tempey Titus Pipkin were as follows:

  • + 86 i. Charles Abner6 Gayden, born Jul, 1810 in Fairfield County, South Carolina; married Martha Adeline Edwards.

  • 87 ii. Minerva Gayden; born 1812.

  • 88 iii. Elizabeth Gayden; born Mar 3, 1815 (Robert Abner Love, Early History of Gayden Family, 14.); married William Augustus Fisher Jan 19, 1836; died 1889 in Atlanta, Georgia.

30. Uriah C.5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1788 in South Carolina; married (--?--) MacWaters; married Malinda Susannah Dooley.

Children of Uriah C.5 Gayden and (--?--) MacWaters were as follows:

  • 89 i. John6 Gayden; born circa 1816.

  • 90 ii. Reuben Gayden; born circa 1820.

  • 91 iii. Betty Gayden; born circa 1822.

  • 92 iv. Jasper Gayden; born Apr 8, 1826.

  • 93 v. Newton Gayden; born 1829.

Children of Uriah C.5 Gayden and Malinda Susannah Dooley were as follows:

  • 94 i. Elizabeth6 Gayden; born 1834.

  • 95 ii. John Lumpkin Gayden; born 1836.

  • 96 iii. Catherine Nance Gayden; born 1838.

  • 97 iv. William Gayden; born 1840.

  • 98 v. Girl Gayden; born 1838.

  • 99 vi. Phineas Harrison Gayden; born 1842.

  • 100 vii. Hiram A. Gayden; born 1844.

  • 101 viii. Zachariah Taylor Gayden; born 1845.

31. Susannah5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1790 in South Carolina; married James D. Russell 1807 in South Carolina; died 1855.

Children of Susannah5 Gayden and James D. Russell were as follows:

  • 102 i. William G.6 Russell; born 1808.

  • 103 ii. Abner Russell; born circa 1811.

  • 104 iii. Mary W. Russell; born 1815.

  • 105 iv. Elija Russell; born 1817.

  • 106 v. Nixon Russell; born 1821.

  • 107 vi. George G. Russell; born circa 1823.

  • 108 vii. Reuben G. Russell; born circa 1827.

  • 109 viii. Sarah Russell; born circa 1825.

  • 110 ix. Eliza Russell; born Mar 16, 1833.

33. Reverand John5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1791 in Lancaster County, South Carolina (Ibid., 8.); married Margaret Elizabeth MacWaters; died 1868 in Sunflower County, Mississippi (Ibid.).

Children of Reverand John5 Gayden and Margaret Elizabeth MacWaters were as follows:

  • 111 i. Elizabeth6 Gayden; born circa 1815.

  • + 112 ii. Elijah Gayden, born circa 1817; married (--?--) Thompson.

  • + 113 iii. Doctor Francis Thompson Gayden, born Jun 16, 1820 in South Carolina; married Martha Emeline Hays.

35. Reuben Thomas5 Gayden (John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Oct 12, 1797 in Kershaw County, South Carolina; married Susannah Boyd; married Jane Thurman Hearn Mar 16, 1843; died Jan 2, 1853 in Carroll County, Mississippi, at age 55.

Children of Reuben Thomas5 Gayden and Susannah Boyd were as follows:

  • + 114 i. William Alexander6 Gayden, born circa 1826; married Emily Amelia Echols.

  • 115 ii. Susannah Elizabeth Gayden; born circa 1827; married William Joshua Booth May 11, 1846.

Children of Reuben Thomas5 Gayden and Jane Thurman Hearn were as follows:

  • + 116 i. John E.6 Gayden, born circa 1843.

  • 117 ii. Virginia Gayden; born circa 1844; married William Tyson.

  • 118 iii. Emma Gayden; born circa 1845; married Charles C. Mattox.

  • 119 iv. Rueben F. Gayden; born Jan 1, 1849; died Mar 19, 1849 in Carroll County, Mississippi.

  • 120 v. Julia Catherine Gayden; born circa 1850; married Richard Cohron.

  • 121 vi. Mary Fredonia Gayden; born Feb 17, 1851; married Malcolm M. Bennett; died Jan 7, 1887 at age 35.

  • 122 vii. Rueben T. Gayden; born Nov 12, 1852; married Sally Sims; married Maude Alma Campbell Dec 12, 1880; died Oct 6, 1915 in Winona, Mississippi, at age 62.

Generation Six

50. Louisiana Emily6 Gayden (Cadesby5, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1808; married Doctor James Perkins, son of Colonel Lewis Perkins and Janett Scott, Nov 23, 1826.

Children of Louisiana Emily6 Gayden and Doctor James Perkins were:

56. Iverson Greene6 Gayden (Agrippa5, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jan 19, 1825 in Amite County, Mississippi; married Ellen Scott Dec 2, 1851; married Martha Jane Thompson Feb 7, 1867 (Ibid., 5.); died Nov 17, 1896 in Gurley, Louisiana, at age 71.

Children of Iverson Greene6 Gayden and Ellen Scott were as follows:

  • 124 i. Doctor Agrippa7 Gayden; married Octavia Perkins (Ibid.); married Katie Perkins (Ibid.); died 1923.

  • 125 ii. Minerva Gayden; married E. Norwood Perkins; died 1938 (Ibid.).

  • 126 iii. Ellen E. Gayden; married Issac Duncan Norwood; died 1939.

  • 127 iv. Mary E. Gayden; married Harry S. Perkins; died 1940.

Children of Iverson Greene6 Gayden and Martha Jane Thompson were as follows:

  • 128 i. Julia Lea7 Gayden; married Doctor Samuel J. Perkins (Ibid.); married Edward Lacey Woodside (Ibid.).

  • 129 ii. George Lea Gayden; married Irene Keller.

    Named as Master Farmer in January, 1929. Gurley, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. See Sunny Slope Plantation.

  • 130 iii. Iva May Gayden; born circa 1874; died Jun, 1896.

  • 131 iv. William Percy Gayden; married Gertrude Brownlee; died Mar 8, 1911 (Ibid.).

  • 132 v. Joseph Redhead Gayden; died Feb 19, 1913.

  • 133 vi. Octavia Perkins Gayden; married Robert Lee Tullis.

  • 134 vii. Iverson Greene Gayden; married Mamie Hands; married Georgie Hands; died Feb 13, 1943 (Ibid.).

  • 135 viii. Margaret Kirby Smith Gayden; married Donald Derickson.

65. Wiley6 Morgan (Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Nov 4, 1807 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Margaret M. Wilson, daughter of Daniel Wilson and Mary (--?--), Jul 15, 1831 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Amite County, Mississippi Marriage Records (1810 - 1899) (Hammond, Louisiana: Hunting for Bears, no date). Hereinafter cited as Amite County Marriage Records.) (Marriage Bond of Wiley Morgan and Margaret M. Wilson, Amite County, Mississippi dated July 15, 1831 (Provided by Mary Pallon), In custody of Richard N. Fox, P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Bond of Morgan/Wilson.); died May 20, 1871 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, at age 63.

Children of Wiley6 Morgan and Margaret M. Wilson were as follows:

  • 136 i. William Daniel7 Morgan; born 1833 in Amite County, Mississippi (Wiley Morgan household, 1850 Census, Amite County, Mississippi, page 136, dwelling 256, family 256, In custody of Richard N. Fox.).

  • 137 ii. Napoleon Bonaparte Morgan; born 1835 in Amite County, Mississippi (Ibid.); married Martha A. Lucas Mar 10, 1859 in Amite County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Amite County Marriage Records.).

  • 138 iii. Mary Ann Morgan; born 1837 in Amite County, Mississippi (1850 Census, Amite County, Mississippi, page 136, dwelling 256, family 256.); married John French Hamilton Jan 20, 1859 in Amite County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Amite County Marriage Records.).

  • 139 iv. Daniel Rivers Morgan; born 1840 in Amite County, Mississippi (1850 Census, Amite County, Mississippi, page 136, dwelling 256, family 256.).

  • + 140 v. Wiley Plinny Morgan, born Jun 27, 1842 in Amite County, Mississippi; married Catherine Irene Skillman; married Arianna Maud Binning; married Minnie Rae Faust.

  • 141 vi. Elizabeth Morgan; born 1844 in Amite County, Mississippi (Ibid.).

  • 142 vii. Charles E Morgan; born 1848 in Amite County, Mississippi (Ibid.); married Victoria Anderson Dec 19, 1872 in Amite County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Amite County Marriage Records.).

  • 143 viii. Lewis Morgan; born 1861.

67. Fielding Bradford6 Morgan I (Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1812 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi (Fielding B. Morgan household, 1850 Census, Amite County, Mississippi, page 149, dwelling 365, family 365, In custody of Richard N. Fox.); married Rebecca Myers Feb 24, 1837 in Amite County, Mississippi; married Amanda Elvina Duck, daughter of James Duck and Mary Peoples, Jan 4, 1844 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

Children of Fielding Bradford6 Morgan I and Rebecca Myers all born in Amite County, Mississippi, were as follows:

  • + 144 i. Victoria Caroline7 Morgan, born circa 1837; married James Jefferson Anderson.

  • 145 ii. John Morgan; born.

  • 146 iii. Benjamin F. Morgan; born 1840 (Ibid.); died after 1880.

Children of Fielding Bradford6 Morgan I and Amanda Elvina Duck were as follows:

  • + 147 i. Fielding Bradford7 Morgan II, born Jul 31, 1846 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Cynthia Elizabeth Morgan; married Sarah Elizabeth Goodman.

  • 148 ii. Gayden Wren Morgan; born Mar 25, 1848 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Mary Ann Brabham Jan 4, 1872 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Mar 28, 1933 at age 85; buried in Easley Cemetery, Amite County, Mississippi.

  • + 149 iii. William Hamilton Morgan, born between 1851 and 1852; married Sarah E. Hanks.

  • 150 iv. Hiram S. Morgan; born Aug 13, 1853 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Jan 16, 1884 in Mississippi at age 30; buried in Morgan-Gordon cemetery 1.7 miles north of Gillsburg.

  • + 151 v. Robert Hines Morgan, born Dec 29, 1855 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Alice Elfidia Neyland.

  • + 152 vi. Mississippi Morgan, born circa 1857 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married William Ray Callender.

  • 153 vii. May Morgan; born circa 1859 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

  • 154 viii. Marshall Morgan; born circa 1865 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Ella McKey Jun 2, 1891 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

  • 155 ix. Amanda Morgan; born circa 1867 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

68. John G.6 Morgan (Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1813 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Sarah Sites, daughter of Leonard Sites, Aug 10, 1840; married Clorinda Sleeper Nov 19, 1853 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

The 1850 census for Amite County, Mississippi shows John's mother, Elizabeth Gayden (now aged 65), living with him. His brother Hiram was also living with him along with apparently Hiram's wife, Augusta (from North Carolina) and their two children, Sylvia and Ralph.

It is unconfirmed at this time but he may have died during the War Between the States with K Company of the 33rd Mississippi Regiment.

Children of John G.6 Morgan and Sarah Sites were:

  • + 156 i. Cynthia Elizabeth7 Morgan, born Jul 16, 1843 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Fielding Bradford Morgan II.

There were no children of John G.6 Morgan and Clorinda Sleeper.

    71. Diana D.6 Morgan (Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1822 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Michael David Corcoran Jan 16, 1838 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Amite County Marriage Records.).

    Children of Diana D.6 Morgan and Michael David Corcoran were as follows:

    • 157 i. Mary E.7 Corcoran.

    • 158 ii. Josephine Plunkett Corcoran.

    • 159 iii. John Henry Corcoran.

    • 160 iv. James Nash Corcoran.

    • 161 v. Bartholomew Corcoran; married Prentiss Adelaide Morgan, daughter of Hiram Morgan and Augusta Elizabeth Hamilton, Feb 16, 1874.

    73. Hiram6 Morgan (Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Mar 1, 1824 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Augusta Elizabeth Hamilton, daughter of Robert Hamilton and Mary French, Feb 8, 1849 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died 1863 in Battle of Deer Creek, Mississippi; buried in Gayden/Morgan Cemetery, Gillsburg, Amite County, Mississippi.

    He served with Company B of the 33rd Mississippi Regiment and was killed at Deer Creek during the Vicksburg campaign. He is shown on a memorial statue to the fallen Confederate soldiers of Amite County, Mississippi located in Liberty, Mississippi.

    Children of Hiram6 Morgan and Augusta Elizabeth Hamilton were as follows:

    • 162 i. Sarah Fillmore7 Morgan; born circa 1851 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married (--?--) Causey.

    • 163 ii. Ralph Morgan; born circa 1849 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died circa 1849.

    • 164 iii. Prentiss Adelaide Morgan; born Oct 23, 1854 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Bartholomew Corcoran, son of Michael David Corcoran and Diana D. Morgan, Feb 16, 1874; died May 16, 1899 at age 44.

    • + 165 iv. Elizabeth Appleton Morgan, born Oct 12, 1856 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Robert Wickliffe McElwee.

    • 166 v. Hiram Spurgeon Morgan; born Aug 13, 1858 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Jan 16, 1884 at age 25.

    • + 167 vi. Michael Iverson Morgan, born Apr 19, 1860 in Gillsburg, Amite, Mississippi; married Martha Elizabeth Cockerham.

    • 168 vii. Augusta Rosina Morgan; born circa 1863 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Daniel Gilbert Lambert Dec 24, 1884.

    86. Charles Abner6 Gayden (William5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jul, 1810 in Fairfield County, South Carolina; married Martha Adeline Edwards Oct 7, 1838; died Jun 21, 1888 in Eastover, South Carolina, at age 77.

    Children of Charles Abner6 Gayden and Martha Adeline Edwards were as follows:

    • 169 i. William Abner7 Gayden; born Aug 8, 1842; died 1857.

    • 170 ii. John Ervin Gayden; born Aug 30, 1845; married Charlotte Harris; died Mar 10, 1894 at age 48.

    • 171 iii. Mary Eugenia Gayden; born Apr 19, 1848 in Fulton, South Carolina; married Daniel M. Hook Feb 22, 1869; died May 17, 1936 at age 88.

    • 172 iv. Elizabeth Ann Gayden; born 1853; married Thomas Taylor Harris.

    • 173 v. James Henry Gayden; born 1859.

    • 174 vi. Charles Pressley Gayden.

    • 175 vii. Martha Adelline Gayden; born Dec 10, 1861; married Hugh Barkley Love Dec, 1879 in Eastover, South Carolina; died Nov 1, 1909 in Birmingham, Alabama, at age 47.

    112. Elijah6 Gayden (John5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1817; married (--?--) Thompson.

    Went to Texas.

    Children of Elijah6 Gayden and (--?--) Thompson were:

    • 176 i. Elijah7 Gayden.

    113. Doctor Francis Thompson6 Gayden (John5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jun 16, 1820 in South Carolina (Robert Abner Love, Early History of Gayden Family, 8.); married Martha Emeline Hays 1846 (Ibid.); died Nov 22, 1897 at age 77 (Ibid.).

    During the War Between the States he served as a Captain with a Confederate regiment from Jonesboro, Georgia.

    Children of Doctor Francis Thompson6 Gayden and Martha Emeline Hays were as follows:

    • 177 i. Margaret7 Gayden; born 1848 in Fayette County, Georgia; married (--?--) Patterson; married A. H. Lacy; died 1886 in Rankin County, Mississippi.

    • + 178 ii. Reuben Gayden, born 1851 in Fayette County, Georgia; married Minerva Baker.

    • + 179 iii. Lewis Gayden, born 1853 in Fayette County, Georgia; married Betty Dobson.

    • + 180 iv. John Arrington Gayden, born 1855 in Fayette County, Georgia; married Savannah Puckett.

    • 181 v. .

      Thomas Allen Gayden; Died in infancy (Ibid., 9.).

    • 182 vi. Tommie Gayden; born 1863 in Fayette County, Georgia; married Samuel Wilkins 1886.

    114. William Alexander6 Gayden (Reuben5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1826; married Emily Amelia Echols Apr 22, 1847 in Mississippi.

    Children of William Alexander6 Gayden and Emily Amelia Echols were as follows:

    • 183 i. John7 Gayden; born 1849.

    • 184 ii. Martha E. Gayden; born Sep 26, 1850.

    • 185 iii. Reuben Gayden; born 1853.

    116. John E.6 Gayden (Reuben5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1843.

    Children of John E.6 Gayden and an unknown spouse were:

    • 186 i. John E.7 Gayden; born circa 1880; died Feb 17, 1905 in Mississippi.

    Generation Seven

    123. Henry Scott7 Perkins (Louisiana6Gayden, Cadesby5, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1830; married Harriet Byron Woods Sep 16, 1864 in West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana (Veon Story, "Message from Veon Story 2," e-mail message from veondee@juno.com (private street address) to Richard Fox, January 27, 2002. Hereinafter cited as "Email from Veon Story 2".).

    Children of Henry Scott7 Perkins and Harriet Byron Woods were:

    • + 187 i. Thomas Woods8 Perkins, born Oct, 1874 in Laurel Hill, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; married Helen Eulalee Morgan.

    140. Wiley Plinny7 Morgan (Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jun 27, 1842 in Amite County, Mississippi (Wiley P. Morgan & Arianna Maud Morgan Photograph of Tombstone in Public Cemetery of Woodville, Mississippi, In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).) (1850 Census, Amite County, Mississippi, page 136, dwelling 256, family 256.); married Catherine Irene Skillman, daughter of Edward Hunt Skillman and Margaret J. Thoborn, 1865; married Arianna Maud Binning Mar 4, 1873 in Wilkinson County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Wilkinson County, Mississippi Marriage Records (1805 - 1899) (Hammond, Louisiana: Hunting for Bears, no date). Hereinafter cited as Wilkinson County Marriage Records.); married Minnie Rae Faust Nov 11, 1883 in Amite County, Mississippi (Nicholas Russell Murray, Amite County Marriage Records.); died Dec 5, 1893 in Jackson, Mississippi, at age 51 (Wiley P. Morgan & Arianna Maud Morgan Photograph of Tombstone in Public Cemetery of Woodville, Mississippi, 1985, In custody of Richard N. Fox.); buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Woodville, Mississippi.

    In a newspaper from the Woodville, Mississippi area that was discussing local community histories (dated March 23, 1975) provided by Judith Morgan Darby, there is an entry for a small community named Morgan. 'The site of Morgan, was once owned by a man named Waller, and later by his daughter, Mrs. Ed Lewis. The Lewis family sold the land to Wyley Morgan, for whom the flag stop on the Y&MV Railroad was named. Because of its location on the Louisiana state line, Morgan was onced used as a quarantine station'.

    In the Woodville Republican dated August 21, 1880 a tender story regarding the death of the twins, Wiley and Annie appears. The spring and summer of 1880 was tragic for Wiley P. Morgan. First he lost his young wife to sickness on April 16th (possibly from birth complications from the twins she bore on April 13th) and then the twins themselves who died on July 31st. 'At the residence of Mr. Wiley Morgan, July 31st, 1880, Wiley and Annie, twin children of Mr. Wiley and Annie Morgan - aged 3 months and 17 days.The deaths of these two sweet babies recalls to us these fitting lines which are so appropriate to the sad event; Two more have gone from this sinful world of ours; Whose brief stay on earth seem a few fleeting hours, Two more have gone to the bright golden shore - Ring the bell softly, there's crape on the door. Angels and mother were longing to meet Those who'll walk with them in heaven's bright street Loved ones have whispered that some one is blest; Free from earth's trials and taking sweet rest. Yes! there is two more in angelic bliss, Two less to cherish, and two less to kiss Two more departed to heaven's bright shore, Ring the bell softly, there's crape on the door.'

    In The Woodville Republican dated March 6, 1886 a story ran describing an attempted assassination of Wiley Morgan. On March 13 the newspaper reported that the suspect was found and brought back for justice.

    The Woodville Republican on December 9, 1893 reported the death of Wiley Morgan in a hospital in Jackson, Mississippi. 'Mr. Morgan was born and reared in Amite City and was 53 (should have read 51) at the time of his death - with the exception of a few years in New Orleans he lived all of his life in Amite and Wilkinson counties. He was a man of originality, and considerable intellectual force and of great industry and energy, and we have heard competent judges say they regarded him as the best planter in this county. Mr. Morgan by ability and good management accumulated a large estate. He leaves a wife and children to mourn his untimely death, who have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement. The remains were brought home and interred in the cemetery here.'

    Children of Wiley Plinny7 Morgan and Catherine Irene Skillman were:

    • + 188 i. Frank Elwin8 Morgan, born Feb 3, 1866 in Jackson, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; married Zula Willemena Penny.

    Children of Wiley Plinny7 Morgan and Arianna Maud Binning were as follows:

    • + 189 i. Helen Eulalee8 Morgan, born Jan 3, 1874; married Thomas Woods Perkins; married Merle S. Marters; married James Sinclair Scott.

    • 190 ii. Ida Morgan; born Jan 8, 1877; married C. B. Hunt Apr 16, 1900; married William Avery Dale Sep 8, 1908 in Mendocino County, California; married Walter Foster Nov 23, 1915; died Mar 13, 1957 in Mendocino County, California, at age 80.

    • 191 iii. Annie Maud Morgan; born Apr 13, 1880; died Jul 31, 1880.

    • 192 iv. Wiley Morgan; born Apr 13, 1880; died Jul 31, 1880.

    Children of Wiley Plinny7 Morgan and Minnie Rae Faust were as follows:

    • + 193 i. Wiley Faust8 Morgan, born 1885 in Wilkinson, Mississippi; married Hattie Byron Howell; divorced Hattie Byron Howell; married Bobbie Olive Blanche Wilkinson.

    • 194 ii. Henry Grady Morgan; born Oct 31, 1889 in Mississippi (Veon Story, "Email from Veon Story 2," e-mail to Richard Fox, January 27, 2002.); died Nov 18, 1945 in Veteran's Hospital, San Mateo, California, at age 56 (Ibid.); buried in Pineville, Louisiana (Tom Sims, "Message from Thomas Stanley Sims," e-mail message from TRSims@aol.com (private mailing address) to Richard Fox, October 30, 2002. Hereinafter cited as "Email from Tom Sims".).

    144. Victoria Caroline7 Morgan (Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1837 in Amite County, Mississippi (1850 Census, Amite County, Mississippi, page 149, dwelling 365, family 365.); married James Jefferson Anderson, son of Benjamin Anderson and Jane C. (--?--), Jul 20, 1859 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

    Children of Victoria Caroline7 Morgan and James Jefferson Anderson were as follows:

    • 195 i. Will8 Anderson.

    • 196 ii. Amelia Anderson.

    • 197 iii. Annie A. Anderson.

    • 198 iv. Elmer J. Anderson.

    • 199 v. Gayden H. Anderson.

    • 200 vi. Morgan Anderson.

    • 201 vii. Myers Alexander Anderson.

    147. Fielding Bradford7 Morgan II (Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jul 31, 1846 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi (Ibid.); married Cynthia Elizabeth Morgan, daughter of John G. Morgan and Sarah Sites, Dec 13, 1866 (Marriage Bond of F.B. Morgan, Jr. and Cynthia Morgan, Amite County, Mississippi dated December 13, 1866. (Provided by Mary Pallon)., In custody of Richard N. Fox, P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Bond of F.B. Morgan and Cynthia Morgan.); married Sarah Elizabeth Goodman, daughter of George Goodman and Rhoda Glasscock, Jun 8, 1905 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Feb 3, 1929 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, at age 82; buried in Old Morgan Cemetery, Amite County, Mississippi.

    According to his tombstone he served with Company F, 14th Mississippi Calvary, CSA.

    Children of Fielding Bradford7 Morgan II and Cynthia Elizabeth Morgan all born in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, were as follows:

    • 202 i. Beatrice R.8 Morgan; born; married James H. Duck Jul 13, 1881 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Landy Roan Lilly Aug 29, 1888; died Dec 17, 1945 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; buried Dec 18, 1945 in Lilly Cemetery, Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

    • + 203 ii. Claude Eudeave Morgan Sr., born Dec 14, 1869; married Alice Ophelia Beasley.

    • 204 iii. Leola Morgan; born circa 1871; married Semore N. Lilly Jun 28, 1888 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Jun 23, 1890 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

    • 205 iv. Mattie B. Morgan; born circa 1877; married Moses Blalock Oct 6, 1909.

    • 206 v. Eulalia Morgan; born circa 1878.

    • 207 vi. Leonard Fielding Morgan; born Jun 18, 1880; married Elizabeth McGehee; married Annie Idella Hogan Aug 21, 1902 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Feb 14, 1963 in Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, at age 82; buried in Keith Cemetery, Amite County, Mississippi.

    Children of Fielding Bradford7 Morgan II and Sarah Elizabeth Goodman all born in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, were as follows:

    • 208 i. Hartstein Hance8 Morgan; born Apr 7, 1906; married Rhoda Freeman Jul 4, 1923; died Jul 28, 1924 at age 18.

    • 209 ii. Fielding Bradford Morgan III; born Feb 24, 1908; died Feb 19, 1914 at age 5.

    • 210 iii. Clarence Morgan; born Jun 23, 1910.

    • 211 iv. Rufus Morgan; born Jul 23, 1913; married Eva Edna Tarver Jun 23, 1936.

    • 212 v. Sarah Madeline Morgan; born Jun 24, 1917; married Edgar Lilly Apr 16, 1932 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

    • + 213 vi. Drew Morgan, born Jun 13, 1920; married Julia Mae Brabham.

    149. William Hamilton7 Morgan (Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born between 1851 and 1852; married Sarah E. Hanks, daughter of Ervin Hanks and Amy Duck; died after 1880.

    Children of William Hamilton7 Morgan and Sarah E. Hanks were as follows:

    • 214 i. Ivey Emerson8 Morgan Sr; born Jun 8, 1872 in Whiteville, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana; married Lula Mae Kelly Dec 26, 1894 in Avoyells Parish, Louisiana; died Feb 5, 1926 in Cheneyville, Rapides Parish, Louisian, at age 53; buried in Christian Cemetery, Cheneyville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

    • 215 ii. James W. Morgan; born circa 1874 in Louisiana.

    • 216 iii. Frank Morgan; born circa 1876 in Louisiana.

    • 217 iv. Lemuel Morgan; born circa 1879 in Louisiana.

    151. Robert Hines7 Morgan (Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Dec 29, 1855 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Alice Elfidia Neyland circa 1876.

    Children of Robert Hines7 Morgan and Alice Elfidia Neyland were as follows:

    • 218 i. Robert Hamilton8 Morgan; born Jul 12, 1877 in Amite County, Mississippi; married Hattie Mahaffey.

    • 219 ii. Florida Maybelle Morgan; born Jun 15, 1879 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married David Vincent Duck Dec 20, 1895 in Amite County, Mississippi (Marriage License of Florida M. Morgan and David Duck, Amite County, Mississippi dated December 20, 1895. (Provided by Mary Pallon)., In custody of Richard N. Fox, P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Bond of Florida Morgan and David Duck.); died 1961 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

    • 220 iii. Inis Iola Morgan; born Jan 18, 1881 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married James Carlton Duck Dec 30, 1897 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; buried in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

    • 221 iv. Maggie Alice Morgan; born Jan 1, 1884 in Amite County, Mississippi; married James Wales.

    • 222 v. Isadora Morgan; born May 6, 1886 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Earnest Elwood Duck in Clinton, East Feleciana Parish, Louisiana; died Aug 17, 1960 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, at age 74.

    152. Mississippi7 Morgan (Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born circa 1857 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married William Ray Callender Dec 21, 1871 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died circa 1885 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; buried in Callender Cemetery, "Ducktown", Amite County, Mississippi.

    Children of Mississippi7 Morgan and William Ray Callender were as follows:

    • 223 i. Denndenna8 Callender.

    • 224 ii. Rentz E. Callender.

    • 225 iii. Mary Elizabeth Callender.

    • 226 iv. Effie B. Callender.

    • 227 v. Clarence Callender.

    • 228 vi. Prentiss Callender.

    156. Cynthia Elizabeth7 Morgan (John6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jul 16, 1843 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Fielding Bradford Morgan II, son of Fielding Bradford Morgan I and Amanda Elvina Duck, Dec 13, 1866 (Marriage Bond of F.B. Morgan and Cynthia Morgan.); died May 10, 1905 in New Orleans, Louisiana, at age 61.

    Children of Cynthia Elizabeth7 Morgan and Fielding Bradford Morgan II all born in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, were as follows:

    165. Elizabeth Appleton7 Morgan (Hiram6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Oct 12, 1856 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Robert Wickliffe McElwee Dec 13, 1880; died Aug 13, 1882 at age 25.

    Children of Elizabeth Appleton7 Morgan and Robert Wickliffe McElwee were:

    • 235 i. Delphine8 McElwee.

    167. Michael Iverson7 Morgan (Hiram6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Apr 19, 1860 in Gillsburg, Amite, Mississippi; married Martha Elizabeth Cockerham Mar 15, 1892 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Mar 31, 1915 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, at age 54.

    Children of Michael Iverson7 Morgan and Martha Elizabeth Cockerham were:

    • 236 i. Ellie Ray8 Morgan; born Jun 5, 1893 in Gillsburg, Amite County, Mississippi.

    178. Reuben7 Gayden (Francis6, John5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1851 in Fayette County, Georgia; married Minerva Baker 1874.

    Children of Reuben7 Gayden and Minerva Baker were as follows:

    • 237 i. Casper8 Gayden.

    • 238 ii. Eula Gayden.

    • 239 iii. Albert Gayden.

    • 240 iv. Frank Gayden.

    • 241 v. Etta Gayden.

    • 242 vi. Mabel Gayden.

    179. Lewis7 Gayden (Francis6, John5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1853 in Fayette County, Georgia (Robert Abner Love, Early History of Gayden Family, 9.); married Betty Dobson.

    Children of Lewis7 Gayden and Betty Dobson were as follows:

    • 243 i. Leon8 Gayden.

    • 244 ii. Bessie Gayden.

    • 245 iii. Hugh Dickson Gayden.

    • 246 iv. Oscar Gayden.

    180. John Arrington7 Gayden (Francis6, John5, John4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1855 in Fayette County, Georgia (Ibid.); married Savannah Puckett 1878.

    Children of John Arrington7 Gayden and Savannah Puckett were as follows:

    • 247 i. Mattie8 Gayden.

    • 248 ii. Dave Gayden.

    • 249 iii. Mary Gayden.

    • 250 iv. Tommie Gayden.

    • 251 v. Nell Gayden.

    Generation Eight

    187. Thomas Woods8 Perkins (Henry7, Louisiana6Gayden, Cadesby5, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Oct, 1874 in Laurel Hill, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana (Veon Story, "Email from Veon Story 2," e-mail to Richard Fox, January 27, 2002.); married Helen Eulalee Morgan, daughter of Wiley Plinny Morgan and Arianna Maud Binning, Mar 19, 1894 in Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi; died Jul 4, 1913 in New Orleans, Louisiana, at age 38.

    Children of Thomas Woods8 Perkins and Helen Eulalee Morgan were:

    188. Frank Elwin8 Morgan (Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Feb 3, 1866 in Jackson, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana (Frank Elwin Morgan Sr. Photograph of Tombstone in Cemetery of Ruston, Louisiana, In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).); married Zula Willemena Penny, daughter of Joseph Penny and Ann Carl, Feb 28, 1886 in Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, Louisiana (Letter from Clerk of Court J. G. Dupont (P.O. Box 423, Plaquemine, LA 70764) to Richard Fox, December 1, 2000; In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska). The Clerk of Court produced a sworn affidavit that F.E. Morgan And Zula M. Penny were married on 2/28/1886.); died Dec 22, 1937 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, at age 71 (Frank Elwin Morgan Sr. Photograph of Tombstone in Cemetery of Ruston, Louisiana, 1987, In custody of Richard N. Fox.); buried in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

    He and his wife, Zula, lived with his grandfather in Laurel Hill, Louisiana for two years and then moved to Zachary, Louisiana and started a grocery business. 'A wind storm decapitated the building...' and F.E.Morgan decided to move further north in Louisiana to Monroe, Ouachita Parish around 1890. They then moved twenty miles west to Calhoun, Louisiana for two years, where their son, Frank Elwin, was born. They then settled in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. In Ruston Frank Morgan developed a successful grocery and wholesale operation. He was married to Zula for 51 years until his death.

    Children of Frank Elwin8 Morgan and Zula Willemena Penny were as follows:

    • 253 i. Zula Elwin9 Morgan; born Mar 21, 1890; died Aug 16, 1891 at age 1; buried in Plains Cemetery, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

    • 254 ii. Helen E Morgan; born Aug 14, 1891 (Helen Morgan Photograph of Tombstone in Cemetery of Ruston, Louisiana, In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).); died Apr 14, 1954 at age 62 (Ibid.); buried in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

    • 255 iii. Florence Irene Morgan; born Jan 26, 1893; died Oct 1, 1895 at age 2; buried in Monroe, Louisiana.

    • 256 iv. Judith Lena Morgan; born Apr 30, 1896 (Judith Morgan McLees Photograph of Tombstone in Cemetery of Ruston, Louisiana, In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).); married (--?--) McLees; died Feb 16, 1969 at age 72 (Ibid.); buried in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

    • + 257 v. Frank Elwin Morgan II, born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana; married Virginia Noble Vaughan.

    • + 258 vi. Emerson O'Yama Morgan, born Nov 29, 1902; married Alene Van Hook.

    • + 259 vii. Rene Fielding Morgan, born Oct 28, 1904; married Louise Robinson.

    189. Helen Eulalee8 Morgan (Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jan 3, 1874; married Thomas Woods Perkins, son of Henry Scott Perkins and Harriet Byron Woods, Mar 19, 1894 in Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi; married Merle S. Marters Mar 28, 1914 (Tom Sims, "Email from Tom Sims," e-mail to Richard Fox, October 30, 2002.); married James Sinclair Scott Feb 28, 1920 (Letter from Mr. Stan Sims (1335 Badham Drive, Birmingham, Alabama 35216) to Frank E. Morgan II describing Wiley P. Morgan's descendants, June 26, 1980; In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).) (Tom Sims, "Email from Tom Sims," e-mail to Richard Fox, October 30, 2002.); died Jan 3, 1956 in Woodland, California, at age 82.

    Children of Helen Eulalee8 Morgan and Thomas Woods Perkins were:

    There were no children of Helen Eulalee8 Morgan and Merle S. Marters.

      There were no children of Helen Eulalee8 Morgan and James Sinclair Scott.

        193. Wiley Faust8 Morgan (Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born 1885 in Wilkinson, Mississippi; married Hattie Byron Howell Sep 21, 1904 (Veon Story, "Message from Veon Story 1," e-mail message from veondee@juno.com (private mailing address) to Richard Fox, February 4, 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Email from Veon Story 1".) (Tom Sims, "Email from Tom Sims," e-mail to Richard Fox, October 30, 2002.); he and Hattie Byron Howell were divorced Oct 27, 1908 (Ibid.); married Bobbie Olive Blanche Wilkinson 1915; died Jul 17, 1942 in Alexandria, Louisiana (Veon Story, "Email from Veon Story 2," e-mail to Richard Fox, January 27, 2002.) (Ancestry.com, Louisiana Statewide Death Index, 1900-1939, online Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as Louisiana Statewide Death Index.); buried in Alexandria, Louisiana.

        Children of Wiley Faust8 Morgan and Hattie Byron Howell are:

        Children of Wiley Faust8 Morgan and Bobbie Olive Blanche Wilkinson were:

        • 262 i. Keith Hal9 Morgan; born Aug 8, 1921 (Tom Sims, "Email from Tom Sims," e-mail to Richard Fox, October 30, 2002.); married Louise G. Thornton Apr 11, 1950 (Ibid.); died Oct 17, 1984 at age 63; buried in Pineville, Louisiana (Ibid.).

        203. Claude Eudeave8 Morgan Sr. (Fielding7, Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Dec 14, 1869 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Alice Ophelia Beasley, daughter of Cornelius Beasley and Delila Jane Woodall, Apr 19, 1889 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died May 7, 1950 in Jackson, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, at age 80; buried in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

        Children of Claude Eudeave8 Morgan Sr. and Alice Ophelia Beasley were as follows:

        • 263 i. Donice9 Morgan; born Jan 19, 1890 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died 1897.

        • 264 ii. Pearla Ann Morgan; born Jan 20, 1892 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Van Percy Cavin Dec 25, 1909.

        • 265 iii. Mattie Delila Morgan; born Apr 9, 1893 in Liberty, Amite County, Miississippi; married Moses Marlven Blalock Oct 6, 1909; married Fred H. DeLong May 10, 1953.

        • 266 iv. Elois Mittie Lean Morgan; born Jan 13, 1895 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married James Smiley Callender Dec 22, 1915.

        • 267 v. Willie Morgan; born Jan 4, 1897 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Mar 12, 1905 at age 8.

        • + 268 vi. Frank Eugene Morgan, born Jan 21, 1898 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Thelma Welch.

        • 269 vii. Hattie Rosebell Morgan; born Nov 28, 1900 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married G.B. Blalock Jan 18, 1915.

        • 270 viii. Howard Thomas Morgan; born Mar 27, 1902 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Velma Alberta Lilly Jul 18, 1926.

        • 271 ix. Gladys Alice Morgan; born Mar 28, 1904 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married LLoyd Pasco Gallender Dec 10, 1919.

        • 272 x. Myrtice Morgan; born Dec 28, 1905 in Amite, Liberty County, Mississippi; died Mar 17, 1909 at age 3.

        • 273 xi. Claude Eudeave Morgan Jr; born May 24, 1907 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Lorena Bass Apr 30, 1930.

        • 274 xii. Fannie Lee Ola Morgan; born Feb 18, 1909 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Frank Lilly Dec 24, 1925.

        • 275 xiii. Jannie Elizabeth Morgan; born Jan 31, 1911 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

        • 276 xiv. William Autley Morgan; born Jan 12, 1916; died Aug 6, 1995 at age 79.

        213. Drew8 Morgan (Fielding7, Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jun 13, 1920 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Julia Mae Brabham Nov 22, 1939 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

        Children of Drew8 Morgan and Julia Mae Brabham were:

        • 277 i. Drew Pauline9 Morgan; died 1942.

        Generation Nine

        252. Helen Eulalee9 Perkins (Thomas8, Henry7, Louisiana6Gayden, Cadesby5, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Feb 4, 1899; married George W. Story Nov 28, 1917 (Letter, Mr. Stan Sims to Frank E. Morgan II describing Wiley P. Morgan's descendants, June 26, 1980.); died Sep 4, 1991 in Sacramento, California, at age 92.

        Children of Helen Eulalee9 Perkins and George W. Story were as follows:

        • 278 i. Veon Dee10 Story.

        • 279 ii. George W. Story.

        257. Frank Elwin9 Morgan II (Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana (Agatha Virginia Morgan, Birth Certificate private (December 6, 2000), In custody of Richard N. Fox, P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska.); married Virginia Noble Vaughan, daughter of Henry Vaughan and Eliza Grayson Noble, Jun 14, 1922 in Ruston, Louisiana (Marriage Certificate of Frank E. Morgan II and Virginia Noble Vaughan, In custody of Richard N. Fox, P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Certificate of F.E. Morgan & Virginia Vaughan.); died circa 1985 in Arkansas.

        Children of Frank Elwin9 Morgan II and Virginia Noble Vaughan are as follows:

        258. Emerson O'Yama9 Morgan (Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Nov 29, 1902; married Alene Van Hook Apr 19, 1930; died Jun 28, 1992 at age 89; buried in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

        Children of Emerson O'Yama9 Morgan and Alene Van Hook are:

        259. Rene Fielding9 Morgan (Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Oct 28, 1904 (Rene Morgan Photograph of Tombstone in Cemetery of Ruston, Louisiana, In custody of Richard N. Fox (P.O. Box 877587, Wasilla, Alaska).); married Louise Robinson; died Dec 1, 1988 at age 84 (Ibid.); buried in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

        Children of Rene Fielding9 Morgan and Louise Robinson were:

        • 284 i. Louise10 Morgan.

        261. Annie Deliska9 Morgan (Wiley8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Annie Deliska9 Morgan and Vernon Stanley Sims were:

        • 285 i. Thomas Stanley10 Sims.

        268. Frank Eugene9 Morgan (Claude8, Fielding7, Fielding6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1); born Jan 21, 1898 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; married Thelma Welch Dec 20, 1917.

        Children of Frank Eugene9 Morgan and Thelma Welch are as follows:

        • 286 i. Elizabeth Maylene10 Morgan is still living.

        • 287 ii. Elizabeth Maylene Morgan is still living.

        Generation Ten

        280. Agatha Virginia10 Morgan (Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Agatha Virginia10 Morgan and Raymond Donald Fox are as follows:

        281. Leah Ann10 Morgan (Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Leah Ann10 Morgan and James Jordan are:

        • 291 i. Carol Ann11 Jordan is still living.

        282. Frank Elwin10 Morgan III (Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Frank Elwin10 Morgan III and Beverly Ann Carter were as follows:

        • 292 i. Linda Louise11 Morgan; died Dec 4, 1952; buried in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

        • 293 ii. Rosalyn Morgan.

        • 294 iii. Frank Elwin Morgan IV.

        • 295 iv. Penny Jo Morgan.

        283. Judith10 Morgan (Emerson9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Judith10 Morgan and William Dillard Darby are:

        • 296 i. Rebekah Ann11 Darby is still living.

        Generation Eleven

        288. Raymond Donald11 Fox II (Agatha10Morgan, Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Raymond Donald11 Fox II and Rita Nopens are:

        Children of Raymond Donald11 Fox II and Nancy Bergman are:

        • 298 i. Jennifer Elizabeth12 Fox is still living.

        289. Sharon Ann11 Fox (Agatha10Morgan, Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Sharon Ann11 Fox and Thomas Benton Cruse all born in Monroe, Louisiana, were as follows:

        • 299 i. Tom12 Cruse; born Aug 13, 1971; died Apr 8, 1997 at age 25.

        • 300 ii. Jay Cruse is still living.

        • 301 iii. Mary Cruse is still living.

        290. Richard Norman11 Fox (Agatha10Morgan, Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Richard Norman11 Fox and Debra Jane Egan are as follows:

        • 302 i. Richard Raymond12 Fox is still living.

        • 303 ii. Ryan Edward Fox is still living.

        • 304 iii. Robyn Seyward Fox is still living.

        • 305 iv. Renee Debra Fox is still living.

        Generation Twelve

        297. Caprice Illene12 Fox (Raymond11, Agatha10Morgan, Frank9, Frank8, Wiley7, Wiley6, Elizabeth5Gayden, George4, George3, Ralph2, George1) is still living.

        Children of Caprice Illene12 Fox and Robert Transue are:

        • 306 i. Brice Cody13 Transue is still living.

        Children of Caprice Illene12 Fox and Eddie Whitten are:

        • 307 i. Eddie Kole13 Whitten is still living.


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