KinNextions (Public Version) - aqwn20 - Generated by Ancestry Family Tree

KinNextions (Public Version)

Notes


James McKinney JOHNS

In 1870 census he is living with his uncle Silas Johns.

In 1870 census he is living with his uncle Silas Johns.


Andrew MCCLELLAN

He moved from Barnwell Co., SC to Georgia about 1810, settling inCamden County.  He bought and cleared land to establish a farm.  AfterSarah's death he sold out and moved to Wayne Co. (now Brantley).  Heserved as Justice of the Peace in Camden Co. from 1817 through 1819and held the same office in the 335th District in Wayne County from1826 through 1827. His Will left the family Bible to daughter, Mary.Others mentioned in the Will were daughter, Elizabeth, and herhusband, Josiah King, sons, Charles, John, Henry, and Andrew,daughters, Nancy, Bathsheba, Martha, Susan, Lucinda and Caroline,along with wife, Sarah.  James and Allen Highsmith were namedCo-Executors and Riley Johns was a witness.  He left 2,000 acres ofland in Camden and Wayne Counties.

Sources: Pioneers of Wiregrass GA, Huxford, Vol.5, p.304.
               His Will, executed 19 Feb 1848; recorded 31 May 1848on pp.258 and 259  in the Wayne                        County WillsBook (1824-1855); found in Georgia Archives in Atlanta on microfilm inDrawer 79, Reel 43.
               Notes from Mrs. Parker {tel.(813)986-3098}.

He moved from Barnwell Co., SC to Georgia about 1810, settling in Camden County.  He bought and cleared land to establish a farm.  After Sarah's death he sold out and moved to Wayne Co. (now Brantley).  He served as Justice of the Peace in Camden Co. from 1817 through 1819 and held the same office in the 335th District in Wayne County from 1826 through 1827. His Will left the family Bible to daughter, Mary. Others mentioned in the Will were daughter, Elizabeth, and her husband, Josiah King, sons, Charles, John, Henry, and Andrew,daughters, Nancy, Bathsheba, Martha, Susan, Lucinda and Caroline, along with wife, Sarah.  James and Allen Highsmith were named Co-Executors and Riley Johns was a witness.  He left 2,000 acres of land in Camden and Wayne Counties.

Sources: Pioneers of Wiregrass GA, Huxford, Vol.5, p.304.
His Will, executed 19 Feb 1848; recorded 31 May 1848 on pp.258 and 259  in the Wayne County WillsBook (1824-1855);
found in Georgia Archives in Atlanta on microfilm in Drawer 79, Reel 43.
Notes from Mrs. Parker {tel.(813)986-3098}.


Andrew MCCLELLAN

He moved from Barnwell Co., SC to Georgia about 1810, settling inCamden County.  He bought and cleared land to establish a farm.  AfterSarah's death he sold out and moved to Wayne Co. (now Brantley).  Heserved as Justice of the Peace in Camden Co. from 1817 through 1819and held the same office in the 335th District in Wayne County from1826 through 1827. His Will left the family Bible to daughter, Mary.Others mentioned in the Will were daughter, Elizabeth, and herhusband, Josiah King, sons, Charles, John, Henry, and Andrew,daughters, Nancy, Bathsheba, Martha, Susan, Lucinda and Caroline,along with wife, Sarah.  James and Allen Highsmith were namedCo-Executors and Riley Johns was a witness.  He left 2,000 acres ofland in Camden and Wayne Counties.

Sources: Pioneers of Wiregrass GA, Huxford, Vol.5, p.304.
               His Will, executed 19 Feb 1848; recorded 31 May 1848on pp.258 and 259  in the Wayne                        County WillsBook (1824-1855); found in Georgia Archives in Atlanta on microfilm inDrawer 79, Reel 43.
               Notes from Mrs. Parker {tel.(813)986-3098}.

He moved from Barnwell Co., SC to Georgia about 1810, settling in Camden County.  He bought and cleared land to establish a farm.  After Sarah's death he sold out and moved to Wayne Co. (now Brantley).  He served as Justice of the Peace in Camden Co. from 1817 through 1819 and held the same office in the 335th District in Wayne County from 1826 through 1827. His Will left the family Bible to daughter, Mary. Others mentioned in the Will were daughter, Elizabeth, and her husband, Josiah King, sons, Charles, John, Henry, and Andrew,daughters, Nancy, Bathsheba, Martha, Susan, Lucinda and Caroline, along with wife, Sarah.  James and Allen Highsmith were named Co-Executors and Riley Johns was a witness.  He left 2,000 acres of land in Camden and Wayne Counties.

Sources: Pioneers of Wiregrass GA, Huxford, Vol.5, p.304.
His Will, executed 19 Feb 1848; recorded 31 May 1848 on pp.258 and 259  in the Wayne County WillsBook (1824-1855);
found in Georgia Archives in Atlanta on microfilm in Drawer 79, Reel 43.
Notes from Mrs. Parker {tel.(813)986-3098}.


Andrew J. MCCLELLAN

Killed in the Civil War.
Merged General Note:
Killed in the Civil War.


John T. MCCLELLAN

Killed in the Civil War.
Merged General Note:
Killed in the Civil War.


Jacob HIGHSMITH

He was a Revolutionary War soldier, serving in North Carolina.  His widow drew land as a widow of a RW soldier in the Cherokee Land Lottery of Georgia.  The family moved from Pitt County, NC to Tattnall Co., GA soon after the creation of Tattnall.  They resided there a few years before moving on to Wayne Co.


Sarah (HIGHSMITH)

She is shown in 1830 census as the head of household, living near William Highsmith and David Highsmith.  She had three grown children living with her, 1 male (age 20-30), 1 female (age 15-20), and 1 female (age20-30).


Isaac HIGHSMITH

He is shown living alone in the 1830 Wayne Co., GA census with an age of
40-50.

He is shown living alone in the 1830 Wayne County, GA census


William A. JOHNS

Possibility:
Name: William A. Johns
 SSN: 253-66-9433  
 Born: 21 Oct 1895
 Died: Feb 1989
 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (1959 )


Littleberry WALKER

He signed the 8 Jan 1817 deed.

Lived in Glynn County, GA and entered in 1805 Georgia land lottery. Moved to Camden County, GA by 1807 and to Wayne County and lived in the portin now Brantly County, GA in 1820's. By 1830 lived in Ware County, GA near present High Bluff Baptist Church.

Soon after his wife Elizabeth's death in 1835, Littleberry along with sons, Elias, Ansel, David, Andrew and Westberry moved to Columbia County, FL.

Littleberry tried for Revolutionary pension in 1850. Says served one year as private in Capt. William West's company of militia and that he was drafted into the service in Liberty County, GA. Pension rejected.


Elizabeth JOHNS

Alternate DOB: 1786


Neil A PETTIGROVE

Occupation: Postmaster/Harware & Merchantile of 8 years. Farmer and early settler of Oxford, Nebraska. He and his family traveled overland in spring of 1874from Muscoda, Wisconsin to Furnas Co. Nebraska. A Civil War Vet he served with the 25th Wisconsin Regiment. Marriage record Vol 4 Page 201 Grant Co. Wisconsin. Records at Lancaster Court House, Lancaster, WI.  He was enumerator for New Era Precinct census of 1880.


Maria MICHEL

Birth cert. #638-Pg. 58 of Butler, Pa.
Married: Neil A Pettigrove, 28 Mar 1869, Muscoda, WI. Cert. Vol. 4-Page 201.
 Born: 19 May 1847, Talmage, Wishington Co., Maine.
 Father: Neil,
Mother: Abigail, NMN. Res. at marriage: Pulaski TWP,Grant Co.
 Occ: Farmer, Postmaster/Hardware & Merchantile-8years, in Oxford, Nebraska.
 Military: Civil War- 25th Wis. Regiment.  Died: 14 Sep 1924.
Buried:Oxford, Neb.
They traveled overland to Nebraska, to Furas Co. in 1874.
They belonged to the M.E. Church in Muscoda, WI.


WILLIAM Thomas PETTIGROVE

MARRIED BERTHA INGALSBE 28 MAR 1906 SOMEWHERE IN NEBRASKA.


ABIGAIL H. PETTIGROVE

ABIGAIL MARRIED 22 JUN 1892 IN OXFORD , NE TO EDWARD S. KOLLER. HER
YEAR OF BIRTH IS 1871 OR 1872.


HARRISON M. PETTIGROVE

HARRISON MARRIED 10 JUN 1897 IN BOULDER, CO TO GEORGIA FRANCIS
LEARN.


ALFRED E. PETTIGROVE

ALFRED MARRIED 12 JUL 1899 AT BEAVER CITY, NE TO FRIEDA D. MEYER.
SHE DIED 13 AUG 1926.


PEARL BENJAMIN PETTIGROVE

PEARL MARRIED 25 MAR 1903 IN OXFORD, NE TO MAY COLE. 1880-1955.


EDWARD N. PETTIGROVE

EDWARD APPARENTLY MARRIED A FLORENCE DUVAL. NO OTHER INFO HAS
BEEN LOCATED.