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Terry Mason's Family History Site

Major lines: Allen, Beck, Borden, Buck, Burden, Carpenter, Carper, Cobb, Cook, Cornell, Cowan, Daffron, Davis, Downing, Faubion, Fauntleroy, Fenter, Fishback, Foulks, Gray, Harris, Heimbach, Henn, Holland, Holtzclaw, Jackson, Jameson, Johnson, Jones, King, Lewis, Mason, Massengill, McAnnally, Moore, Morgan, Overstreet, Price, Peck, Rice, Richardson, Rogers, Samuel, Smith, Taylor, Thomas, Wade, Warren, Weeks, Webb, Wodell, Yeiser.

 

Selected Families and Individuals

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Technical Sergeant Robert Wilson Eubank

In the 1940 U.S. census is listed as a policeman in the Williamsburg Restoration.

Killed in WW II.


Harry Hartefield Mason

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Birth Year: 1914
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Bahamas or Barbados or Bermuda or British Central America or British Honduras or British West Indies or Cayman Islands or Jamaica or Leeward Islands or Tobago or Trinidad or Turks And Caicos Islands or Windward Islands
State: Georgia
County or City: Walker
Enlistment Date: 28 Sep 1942
Enlistment State: Georgia
Enlistment City: Fort Mcpherson Atlanta
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 1 year of college Civil Occupation: Job Pressman (Printing press operator, job press. ) or Casting Machine Operator Marital
Status: Married
Height: 71
Weight: 129


Frank McKamie Mason

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Bahamas or Barbados or Bermuda or British Central America or British Honduras or British West Indies or Cayman Islands or Jamaica or Leeward Islands or Tobago or Trinidad or Turks And Caicos Islands or Windward Islands
State: Tennessee County or City: Knox
Enlistment Date: 21 Oct 1941 Enlistment State: Georgia
Enlistment City: Fort Oglethorpe Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private Grade Code: Private
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 4 years of high school Civil
Occupation: Gunsmith* (Armorer), Diesel Mechanic (Automobile mechanic, Diesel engine), Camera Repairman (still camera), Instrument Repairman, Nonelectrical (Instrument maker), Utility Repairman (Mechanic, general), Equipment Maintenance Man, Motion Picture equipment
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 73
Weight: 162


Rev. Jacob Fishback

BURIAL: Tombstone in old Jacob Fishback graveyard in Clark County, Kentucky lists birth and death dates. (Graveyard located at Flynn Farm, 6 miles on Colby road.)

Ref: The Fishback Family by Kemper. (Has personal story.)
Ref: Fairfax, Virginia marriage bond
Ref: Fauquier Marriage Bonds contain date 18 Feb 1771.

Reference: Tyler's Quarterly and Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 25, p. 270-274 identifies Jacob's birth and death dates. Marriage Bonds contain Phoebe Morgan and Jacob Fishback 18 Feb 1771.

Ref: Ky. State Hist. Reg., vol 30, p 82; vol 6, p 48) records many land transactions of Jacob Fishback and Charles Morgan (see notes). Also lists birth and death dates for he and Phoebe.

Was Clark Co., Ky. representative to Legislature in 1798. For ten years after his marriage remained in Virginia, moved to Eastern Tennessee, after a year was persuaded by Charles Spilman who had married Jacob's sister to seek the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. In 1783, Jacob settled near Dick's River, 5 miles above the mouth of Hickman, in Garrard Co. In 1787 he moved north of the Kentucky River, east of Lexington in Fayette Co. which became part of Clark Co. Near Salem Presbyterian Church he and his wife spent the rest of their lives.

On 17 June 1841, a Mary Strother, aged 83, swore before a Justice of the Peace, Mr. Pickett in Fauquier Co., Virginia that her brother John Fishback was drafted in the militia in Revolutionary service in 1780 for six months in the Fauquier County Virginia Militia, and marched about the 1st of October under the command of Captain James Winn. Also, Mr. Pickett, aged 66, indicates that John Fishback and Dempey Jackson narrated together about their military service, particularly the battle of the Cowpins (capture of Tarltom foot soldiers).


Phoebe Morgan

Tombstone in old Jacob Fishback graveyard in Clark County, Ky. lists birth and death dates.

Ref: Will B. 9, p 110. Dated 17 June 1837, probated Aug 1837 in Clark Co. Court. Left estate to son S.D. Fishback.


John Frederick Fishback

Ref: Holtzclaw Family p. 55
The Germanna Record No. 1 July 1961 page 48.

William A. Martin, A MARTIN GENEALOGY - TIED TO THE HISTORY OF GERMANNA, VIRGINIA, Heritage Books, Inc. 1540 E. Pointer Ridge Place,
Bowie, MD 20716 (c) 1995 (published) 1995. p. 38, 66.

Ref: The Fishback Family by Kemper p. 85

Ref: Culpepper Co. History by Green

WILL: dated 29 Sep 1782, probated 21 Oct 1782 in Culpepper Co., Va.

See [Scrapbook] image. "This was found among the personal effects of my mother's aunt "Chess" (Charcilla) O. Mason who passed away her in San Antonio in 1934. Coz. Florida (Mason) McCoy seems to have had the info printed. Coz. Florida was a daughter of Uncle Luther Mason (brother of Lewis L. Mason, Dr. Peter B. Mason, John Calvin Mason, etc.) and a first-cousin of aunt "Chess" O. Mason. This could have been published before Kemper's book on the Fishback family (pub. 1914)."(From Mrs. Lawson)


William Morgan

WILL: Abstracts of Wills and Marriages of Fauguier Co, VA; 1759-1800; Father's Will, dated 3 Dec 1758, probated 22 Sep 1766.
Letter from Lawson M. Pearce, Aug 1973.

MARRIAGE: Fauquier Co, VA Marriage Records, showing marriage in 1758 to Elizabeth Hudnel.

DEED: Tyler's Quarterly Magazine, Vol 25 1943-44. McAdams Kentucky Pioneer and Court Records, p 56; In 1767 received land grant from Lord Fairfax for himself, and sons Charles & James; Several years later another grant for himself, wife Elizabeth & son James; Had aquired land as early as 1765. Sold all in 1796 and moved to Ky. where he died.

2nd wife's name from Tyler's Quarterly Vol 25 p 273. 10 Oct 1797.

WILL: Book B, Lincoln county, Kentucky; pages 190-199; ; (FHL 192,227); William's will dated 29 Apr 1797, proved 10 Oct 1797; Lived in Fauquier Co, Va. until shortly before his death

In the name of God, Amen. I, William Morgan, Serv. Of the County of Lincoln and State of Kentucky, being weak and lo, but of sound mind and judgment do make this my last will and testament in the following manner.
 - it is my will and desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be first satisfied and paid.
 - Item as a provision for my loving wife's subsistence after my death I lend unto her during her life two hundred acres of land on Skagg Beaver Creek bought of Swearingen together with the following slave to wit: George, Lewis, James, Bel, Sarah, Summerset, Young Daniel, and George with their increase, also two serviceable horses, one large Wagon and gear, four chairs, one feather bed and furniture. Also one forth part of all my cattle, sheep, and hogs, the same part of all my household and kitchen furniture, carpenter tools, plantation tools, nails, locks, hinges, and steel and at her decease, it is my will and desire that my son, Joseph, have the two hundred acres of land with the improvements and old George to him and his heirs or legal representatives the balance of said slaves and their increase, stock, wagon and gear, household and kitchen furniture, plantation tools to be equally divided among my five children to wit: James, William, Joseph, Daniel, and Salley and my daughter Hannah Bruce's children, giving them the sixth part.
- Item to my son, Charles, I give and bequeath thirty shillings as I have paid him three hundred and eighty six pounds, fourteen shillings his receipt.
- Item whereas I hold three thousand acres of land near the mouth of Licking it is my will and desire that the same shall be disposed of as follows to wit: to my daughter, Mary Settle, I give one fifth part of said tract, one Negro boy named Jacob, one Negro woman named ______, and all her increase.
- Item to my daughter Elizabeth W. Carmack, I give and bequeath one fifth part of said tract of land and one Negro girl named Hanna (?) And all her increase.
- Item to my daughter, Phebe Fishback, I give and bequeath one fifth part of said tract of land, also one Negro woman named Suckey, one Negro man named Sawney (?), and their increase on boy named Jack.
- Item to my daughter, Alice Fishback, I give and bequeath one fifth part of said tract of land, one Negro girl named Alice, and all her increase to them and their heirs or legal representatives the said slaves being now in their possession.
- Item I lend unto my daughter Rosannah Settle one fifth part of said tract of land during her life also one Negro girl named Linny and all her increases he being now in her possession and at her death it is my will and desire that the said Negro girl and increase descend unto her daughter, Polley Settle, and in case her said daughter, Polley, shall depart this life without lawful live ishew (issue) it is then my further desire that the said Negro and increase descend to her surviving sisters she may have to whom I give and bequeath to her and her heirs forever and the said one fifth part of land as aforesaid descend to all the surviving children of my daughter, Rosanna, to them and their heirs forever.
- Item a tract of land on the water of the big bone lick creek and on other branches of the Ohio containing seventeen thousand, six hundred and four acres. It is my will and desire to dispose of said land among my five children to wit: James, William, Joseph, Daniel, Salley, and William Bruce in proportion as three acres to each son as aforesaid to two to my daughter Salley and two to William Bruce the said Bruce to have it during his life and at his decease to bequeath the said land to the children of Hannah Bruce to be laid off in equal ____ as near as may be to each of my said five children. I give and bequeath the same to them and their heirs or legal representatives.


Mary Elizabeth Duncan

Deed of Gift from Grandfather extracted from Fauquier Co., VA DB2, pg. 657, 22 June 1767.
Deed of Gift, John Duncan...for natural love and affection
~~~to granddaughters Elizabeth McCormick (daughter of William Morgan and wife of John McCormick)...negroe woman Jude.
~~~to granddaughter Alice Morgan (daughter of William Morgan)...one negroe woman named Carner.
~~~to granddaughter Alice Morgan (daughter of William Morgan)...negroe woman Jay.
~~~to granddaughter Rosannah Morgan (dau. of William Morgan)...one negroe woman named Luce.
Signed John (X) Duncan