Terry Mason's Family History Site
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2241. Jesse Bartlett
RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 4 Jan 2005 by Steve Treanor. "He served as a lieutenant in the mounted volunteers of the 1st Regiment of General Whiteside's brigade in the Black Hawk War, until the brigade was mustered out of service on 28 May 1832 at the mouth of the Fox River in Illinois. He served in the unit with brothers Martin and Nicholas. He moved from the old Bartlett homestead in Madison County, Illinois to Chariton County, Missouri in August 1870. The old Bartlett homestead, where Jesse and his first wife, Nancy Ann, are buried is about four and one-half miles southeast of Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois."
3951. Nancy Catherine Bartlett
2242. Rachael Bartlett
RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 4 Jan 2005 by Steve Treanor. "In 1880 she is a widow living alone near her cousin Lydia Gonterman."
2245. John Riley Wheeler
Descendant information sent to T.Mason on 26 March 2009 by Tamora Hunter Cornwall. "John and Sarah had a daughter named Emaline Wheeler who married Alexander Hunter.
Emaline and Alexander had a son named John Riley Hunter.
John Riley Hunter married Donnie Glenn.
They had a son named Robert Glen Hunter (married Daisy Garner).
Robert and Daisy had a son named Robert(Bob) Glenn Hunter (my grandfather) who married Inell Williams."
2250. James Hawkins Neeley
RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Information sent to T.Mason on 19 May 2004 by Jerri Stephenson
James Hawkins Neeley's will was signed June 21, 1880, recorded April 21, 1884 in Cumberland County Will Book H, pp 256-258, mentioned his wife Martha Jane; sons John and William: grandaughter Isabella Brown; Fannie, wife of son John; grandchildren Taylor, Clay and Mary _______, children of Ruth Neeley; he willed his ferry to his sons John and William. There was no mention of daughter Mary Ann Scott, nor of son Little Berry Winston Neeley or any heirs of his.
3971. Little Berry Winston Neeley
Died in Andersonville Prison, Civil War.
2255. William W. Overstreet
WIFE-CHILDREN-QUESTION: From Pixy-Lynn Overstreet: The interpretation of the will for William's father has led to a difference of opinion concerning the children and spouses listed on the family group sheet. I do not believe that William W.'s wife was Elizabeth Chilton. I believe her name was Mary Liza (Mary Elizabeth) Chilton, daughter of William and Elizabeth Chilton. See notes for Mary Liza Overstreet to see further explaination.
CHILDREN: After William's death his two daughters could be found in the family listings for the federal census residing with their uncle, George Washington Overstreet.
3988. Sarah E. Overstreet
During the taking of the 1900 Clay Co., Tn. census Sarah, or Sallie, as she was known, was living with her siblings, Thomas and Eula. Her birthdate is listed as Sept 1846. The date of Sep 1853 appearing in the IGI information is in error. The date shown matches the information she gave to the census taker in 1900. Pg. 99 of the Cemetery book also states that she was born in 1846, and she is listed as Sallie E. Overstreet.
3989. Thomas Lafayette Overstreet
CENSUS: In the 1900 Clay Co., TN living with his siblings, Sallie and Eula. He does not, however, appear in the 1910 census.
3990. James E. Overstreet
CENSUS: pg. 148 of Clay Co., TN 1880 census has him listed as being 32 years old. That would make him being born in 1848, not 1852.
3991. John S. Overstreet
CENSUS: pg. 148 of the 1880 Clay Co., TN census book has him still living with his parents in Clay Co. for the taking of the census.
3992. Eula Lee Overstreet
Eula was still single at the time of the 1910 census. She was a boarder at the home of Eugene Marcom's family. She lived near her brother, William and his family. She gave her age as 48 years.
CENSUS: 1900 Clay Co., has Eula living with her siblings, Sallie and Thomas L. Overstreet. Since those two do not appear to be included in the 1910 census, it is possible they were deceased.