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  Hancock Family Connections

From the Family Research Files of Donna Haddock Cooper

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Click on the link to read the family notes, a minister's diary, written by Rev. Golman Buford Hancock -  MY LIFE IS AN OPEN BOOK

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From the Family Research Files of Donna Haddock Cooper

        9 Generation
        Johan Paulus & Maria Catharina Funk - Faught, born  Frankfurt, Germany, and died near Harrisburg, Augusta, VA
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
John Andrew & Elizabeth Vogt, they were born in Carlsbad, Germany and died in Montgomery Co., VA

Jacob & Anna Maria (Hough) Tobler were born in Switzerland died at  Mt Airy, Wythe, VA

Andrew & Elizabeth (Tobler) Vogt -Vogt, they died in Blount Co., TN  George &  Catherine (Vaught) Broyles He died in Jackson Co., AL, and she died in Texas. Michael Weeks & K. Catherine (Broyles) Berryhill, buried in Berryhill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO - Civil War Confederate Soldier - served also in the Florida War. Jefferson Davis & Clara Elizabeth (Hancock) Berryhill. He died in Parlier, Fresno Co., CA, and she died in Barry Co., MO. 
3 Generation        
Lloyd Patrick & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney died in Barry Co., MO        

 

    11 Generation 10 Generation 9 Generation
    Thomas & Elizabeth (Bailey) Lane. He was born  Wedmore Parish, Somersetshire Co., England, died New Castle Co., DE. She was born Axbridge, Somersetshire Co., England, died Northumberland, VA James & Martha (Tidwell) Lane of Westmoreland, VA -Quakers   Thomas & Patience (Wood) Lane of  St. Stephen Parish, Northumberland, VA, died in Hanover Co., VA - Quakers
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William & Anne (Crew) Lane of Charles City Co., VA. Quakers Benjamin & Sarah (Lane) Hancock, Sr. of Gap Creek, Wayne Co., KY.  Married in the Quaker Church Benjamin & Elizabeth (Vickery) Hancock of Gap Creek, Wayne Co., KY Rev. Golman Buford Leland Kimbrel & Mary Minerva (Burris) Hancock, buried Mars Hill  Cemetery, Barry Co., MO - pioneer minister. Left a book of notes about his life, My Life is an Open Book. Jefferson Davis & Clara Elizabeth (Hancock) Berryhill. He died in Parlier, Fresno Co., CA, and she died in Barry Co., MO. 
3 Generation        
Lloyd Patrick & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney died in Barry Co., MO        

 

10 Generation 9 Generation
John & Sarah (Ladd) Crew -of Crewe, Cheshire, or Devonshire, England? Died in Henrico Co., VA. Quakers   John & Sarah (Gatley) Crew, married at Henrico MM, Henrico Co., Virginia, died Charles City Co., VA. Quakers
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William & Anne (Crew) Lane of Charles City Co., VA. Quakers Benjamin & Sarah (Lane) Hancock, Sr. of Gap Creek, Wayne Co., KY.  Married in the Quaker Church Benjamin & Elizabeth (Vickery) Hancock of Gap Creek, Wayne Co., KY Rev. Golman Buford Leland Kimbrel & Mary Minerva (Burris) Hancock, buried Mars Hill  Cemetery, Barry Co., MO - - Pioneer Minister. Jefferson Davis & Clara Elizabeth (Hancock) Berryhill. He died in Parlier, Fresno Co., CA, and she died in Barry Co., MO. 
3 Generation        
Lloyd Patrick & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney died in Barry Co., MO        

 

10 Generation 9 Generation
John & Mary Alford, of Frederick Co., VA Thomas & Elizabeth (Field) Baker, died in Wythe Co., VA
8 Generation 7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
Charles & Mary (Alford) Baker,  near Randolph Springs, Randolph County, Missouri Jeremiah & Elizabeth (Baker) Summers, died in Randolph Co., MO - He was from Wayne Co., KY William Martin &  Martha Susan (Summers) Burris, died in Macon Co., MO  Rev. Golman Buford Leland Kimbrel & Mary Minerva (Burris) Hancock, buried Mars Hill  Cemetery, Barry Co., MO - Pioneer Minister Jefferson Davis & Clara Elizabeth (Hancock) Berryhill. He died in Parlier, Fresno Co., CA, and she died in Barry Co., MO. 
3 Generation        
Lloyd Patrick & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney died in Barry Co., MO. They are buried at Washburn Prairie. He was a nurse in WW I        

Will of John Alford: Written 13 November 1748 Frederick Co., VA: In the name of God Amen. I John Alford of Frederick County being very sick & weak of body but in perfect health of mind & memory Do make constitute and appoint this my last will & Testament in manner & form following. First & principally I give my soul to Almighty God my body I give to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter mentioned and for what worldly Estate it hath pleased God to bless me with my Will is that it may be disposed of in the following manner.

Imprimis I give to my beloved wife Mary Alford
the use & benefit of all my Estate during her natural life except as is hereafter excepted and after her decease to be equally divided amongst all my children male & female except also the specifick legacys hereafter mentioned. Item I give to my son John Alford one negro boy named Caesar, my still with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, my young dark bay horse called Prince & a young natural pacing mare with a blaize in her face to be delivered to him when he shall arrive to the age of nineteen years unless his mother marry before he arrives to that age & then my will is that my said son shall be possest of the above legacies directly on her said marriage always provided that my said wife Mary shall have & enjoy half the profits arising & accruing by the said still during all the time that she shall remain a widow & my will further is that if my said son John should die without heirs & before his mother that then the before bequeathed legacies shall be equally divided amonst all the rest of my children - males & females & further it is my will that my said son John shall not enjoy or have any other part of my Estate or any share with my other children than what is above given & bequeathed to him and further it is my will that if my wife marry before or after my said son John arrives to the age of nineteen years that he after his arrival to that age & such her marriage shall have & take the Estate belonging to my other children into his hands. Item I give to my daughter Mary Alford one natural pacing young bay mare commonly called hers to be delivered to her at the day of her marriage. Item I give to my son Thomas Alford a young black pacing mare commonly called his to be delivered to him at the day of his marrying. Item I give to my son William Alford, a young dark bay yearling pacing horse commonly called his to be delivered to him at the day of his marrying. Item I give to my daughter Priscilla Alford one Negro girl called Licia to be delivered her after the decease of my wife also one mare colt that came of a black mare called Flower to be delivered to her at the day of her marriage. Item I give to my daughter Aquilla Alford a young horse which came of my roan mare to be delivered to her at the day of her marriage.

Lastly I nominate & appoint my loving wife Mary Alford my sole Executrix of this my last Will & Testament hereby revoking all other wills before by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the 13th day of November 1748. John Alford {seal}

Sign'd seal'd & published in the presence of Jno Sturman, John Peverly, Richard Robason [his mark]

At a court continued & held for Frederick County on Wednesday the 4th day of January 1748. This Will of John Alford dec'ed was presented into Court by Mary Alford the Executrix therein named who in open court refused to abide by the said Will: John Sturman & John Peverley two of the witnesses thereto having on oath proved the same & John Peverley on his oath declared that he saw Richard Robinson the other witness sign the same the said will is admitted to record.
Test. J Wood

Know all men by these presents that we Mary Alford, John Sturman, Isaac Pennington & Edward Sniggers are held & firmly bound unto Marques Calmes Gent. the first Justice in the Commission of the peace for Frederick County for & in behalf & to the sole use & behoof of the Justices of the sd county and their successors in the sum of five hundred pounds current money; To be paid to the said Marquis Calmes his Ex'rs Adm'rs & Assigns: To the which payment well & truly to be made we bind ourselves & every of us our & every of our heirs, Ex'rts & Administ'rs: jointly & severally firmly by these presents Sealed with our seals Dated this 4th day of Jan 1748.

The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound Mary Alford Administratrix of all the goods chattels & credits of John Alford deceased with the will annexed do make or cause to be made a true & perfect inventory of all & singular the goods chattels & credits of the said dec'd which have or shall come to the hands possession or knowledge of her the said Mary or unto the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her: and the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Frederick at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said court, and the same goods chattels & credits and all other the goods chattels & credits of the said deceased at the time of his death which at any time after shall come to the hands or possession of the said Mary or into the hands & possession of any other person or persons for her do well & truly administer according to law: and further do make a just & true account of her acting & doings therein when thereto required by the said Court, and all the rest & residue of the said goods chattels and credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administratrix account the same being first examined & allowed by the Justice of the Court for the time being shall deliver & pay to such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made & provided: And if it shall hereafter appear that any other last Will & Testament was made by the said deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do exhibit the same into the said court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly If the said Mary Alford being thereunto required do render & deliver up her Letters of Administration Approbation of such Testament being first had & made in the said Court: Then this obligation to be void & of none effect or else to remain in full force & virtue.
Mary Alford [her mark] {seal}
Jno Sturman {seal}
Isaac Pennington {seal}
Edward Sniggers {seal}

Sealed & delivered in presence of the Court.


The granddaughter of Golman Buford Hancock was Ruth Berryhill

7 Generation 6 Generation 5 Generation 4 Generation
William and Sarah Bristow are the logical parents of Louisa, but I need proof. They lived in Skelton Twp., where Louisa lived when she married. Louisa Bristow and William H. Simpson, of Warrick Co., IN. Louisa died in Leflore Co., OK, came to Barry Co., MO, with second husband Alfred Reed. Alfred died in Barry County. William Simpson died in Camden, Cape Girardeau Co., MO. Louisa's parents were born in IL. Ignatius Simpson and his much younger wife Margaret who lived next door to William are his parents. Ignatius was born in VA in 1775. He and Margaret married in Campbell Co., KY and then moved to Spencer Co., IN and from there to Warrick Co., IN, where they both died. Timothy Patrick Mooney, born in Dublin, Ireland, died in Washburn, Barry Co., MO was the adoptive father of "Jamie" Mooney   James Harvey and Ella Mae (Pease) Mooney died in Barry Co., MO - Jamie was a little drummer boy in the Spanish-American War. He was born in Washington, Franklin Co., MO and his parents were America Melina Simpson and George Simpson. Both had the surname of Simpson. No marriage record was found for them.
3 Generation      
Lloyd Patrick & Ruth (Berryhill) Mooney - they died in Barry Co., MO, he was a nurse or medic in WW I. His nick-name was Dude. They are buried at Washburn Prairie Cemetery.      

 

 

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