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Source Citations


Floyd Murray "Buck" Wiley Jr.

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184333595/floyd-murray-wiley. "Jackson, MS. - Floyd Murray "Buck" Wiley Jr., 52, died Sept. 18, 1986 in Jackson, Mississippi. Mr. Wiley was born April 19, 1934 in Columbia, Tennessee to Mary Louise (Yeiser) and Floyd Murray "Buck" Wiley, Sr. He grew up in Spring Hill, Tennessee and attended Battle Ground Academy in Franklin, Tennessee. He played football, baseball and track at BGA and was President of his Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class. He earned a football scholarship to Georgia Tech and played football at Tech from 1952 through fall 1956, playing in a Sugar Bowl and a Gator Bowl under Coach Bobby Dodd. He graduated from Georgia Tech with a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Management.

He married his college sweetheart Patricia Athelene Tooley on November 19, 1955 in Atlanta, Georgia. In Jan 1957, he was called to the US Air Force and was assigned to Eglin Air Force Base near Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. Buck played football for the Eglin Eagles during his officer training at Eglin. He was discharged from the Air Force in April 1959, although remained on reserve until 1967. After his Air Force discharge, Buck and Pat moved briefly to Spring Hill, TN for a year to run his parent's dairy farm, but Buck’s real passion and interest was Real Estate and so they moved back to Atlanta and it was at the Adams-Cates Company, that he firmly established his career in real estate.

Buck and Pat lived in Atlanta until 1973, where Mr. Wiley was a President of the Georgia Tech Lettermen's Club. He was a member of the Cathedral of St. Phillip in Atlanta and served regularly as an usher. He was also a volunteer high school football referee.

In 1973 they moved to Jackson, Mississippi and lived for 13 years until his death in 1986. He was a member of St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral in Jackson and served regularly as an usher there. He also enjoyed playing church baseball and tennis. He loved teaching all his kids and their friends to water ski at the reservoir in Jackson. Mr. Wiley was a successful real estate developer, specializing in shopping centers and enjoyed improving property. He founded the F. M. Wiley Companies and later was a partner of Chamblee-Wiley Properties.

He is survived by his wife Patricia Athelene Tooley Wiley and four children, Lena Pamela Wiley Barlow (Chuck) of Madison, Mississippi, Patricia Luann Wiley Miller (Kris) of Atlanta, GA, Floyd Murray “Buck” Wiley III (Ellen) of Atlanta, GA, Lynn Tooley Wiley West (Charles) of Shalimar, Florida, and ten grandchildren, Katherine Barlow Russell (Stephen), Charles Barlow, Marilyn Miller, Madeline Miller, Buckley Wiley, Wilkins Wiley and Fraser Wiley, Megan West, Virginia West, Gaston West, and his brother Sammy Watt “Flip” Wiley of Tullahoma, Tennessee.
Buck was preceded in death by his parents Floyd Murray “Buck” Wiley Sr. and Mary Louise Yeiser Wiley of Estill Springs, Tennessee and his grandparents Samuel Houston Wiley and Mamie Clevie Lovell Wiley of Columbia, Tennessee and Dr. Watt Yeiser and Lena Manerva Ledbetter Yeiser of Spring Hill, Tennessee.

Burial - He was initially buried at Lakewood Memorial Cemetery in Jackson, Mississippi, but then moved to a family plot at Chapel of the Cross Church Cemetery in Madison, Mississippi." Image.


Floyd Murray "Buck" Wiley

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/14116489/floyd-murray-wiley. Image.


Mary Louise Yeiser

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/14116498. Image.


Sammy Watt "Flip" Wiley Sr

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/150106697. "SAMMY “FLIP” WILEY, Sr., age 63, of Tullahoma, Tenn., departed this life on Friday, July 31, 2015, at his residence losing his battle with cancer. Mr. Wiley was born on March 15, 1952, to the late Floyd and Mary Lou Yeiser Wiley in Columbia, Tenn. Mr. Wiley was employed for Sun Belt Trucking for the past fifteen years. His favorite hobby was going to the mountains. He was a loving father and grandfather. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brother, Buck Wiley. He is survived by his wife, Kim Towry of Tullahoma, son, Flipper Wiley of Winchester, daughter, Mandy and husband Bryan Burton of Estill Springs, Grandchildren; Lexie Riddle, Lynsey Wiley, Jasper Stephens and Garrett Burton. Visitation for Mr. Wiley will be held from 4:00-8:00 P.M. Sunday evening, August 2, 2015, in the chapel of Grant Funeral Services. Services are scheduled for 2:00 P.M. Monday, August 3, at Grant Funeral Services Chapel with Bro. David Wall, officiating. Interment will follow at Rose Hill Memorial Gardens in Tullahoma. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grantfuneralservices.net. Online live viewing of the service is available by contacting Grant Funeral Services." Image.


Capt. Andrew Winter

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=101413500. Image.


Rachael Bowne

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=101413432. Image.


James S. Winter

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=101412637. Image.


Peter Parker

1Jane Fletcher Fiske 1930, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island: a genealogy of Thomas Cooke alias Butcher, J.F. Fiske, c1987 , pg 45. "... they had moved to Shrewsbury, N.J., by 1667/8 when Peter was listed among the inhabitants of Navesink who had taken the Oath of Allegiance to the Proprietors of East Jersey (NJA 1st Series, Colonial Documents 1621-1687, 1:51). On 1 March 1668 he was Constable of Shrewsbury, ordered to search for and publish the laws of the General Assembly of the previous year, which had been concealed by some "disaffected persons" of Shrewsbury and Middletown (ibid., 21:30; see also East Jersey Deeds 3:25).

In a list of lands surveyed for quitrents in Monmouth County, dated 2 November 1675, Peter Parker is shown as having 180 acres of meadowland (Stillwe1l 2:395). On 2 January 1676 he bought land in Shrewsbury from Giles Slocum, Sr. (East Jersey Deeds, 1:202).

Peter Parker of Shrewsbury, N.J., signed a receipt 18 June 1680 to Mary Brown of Newport for 20 shillings, this being the legacy "given to my wife and three eldest children by their grandfather upon his will before his decease." Witnesses were John Jacobs and Elisebeth Williams (Portsmouth LE 1:307). Austin quotes a letter from John Bowne of New Jersey to Gov. Andros dated 20 August 1680 stating that "Mr. Peter Parker is very weak, more like to die than to live" (GDRl:144). It may be that Sarah died at that time, for there is evidence that their children were in Rhode Island by 1684, and Peter himself was living at Jamestown, R.I., on 28 December 1694 when he sold his land in New Jersey to Caleb Allen of Sandwich, Massachusetts. This deed, witnessed at Newport by Oliver Arnold, Ephraim Turner and Joseph Mory, describes the land as 156 acres in Shrewsbury with house thereon (East Jersey Deeds F:388; copy in R.l. Archives).

For further information on this family, see "The Abigail Connection" by this compiler, in The American Genealogist (hereinafter cited as TAG) 57:15 (Jan. 1981)." Image.

2Jane Fletcher Fiske 1930, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island: a genealogy of Thomas Cooke alias Butcher, Page 29, 45. "+ 6. i. SARAH3, b. ca. 1646; m. Peter Parker.

pg 45
... they had moved to Shrewsbury, N.J., by 1667/8 when Peter was listed among the inhabitants of Navesink who had taken the Oath of Allegiance to the Proprietors of East Jersey (NJA, 1st Series, Colonial Documents 1621-1687, 1:51). On 1 March 1668 he was Constable of Shrewsbury, ordered to search for and publish the laws of the General Assembly of the previous year, which had been concealed by some "disaffected persons" of Shrewsbury and Middletown (ibid., 21:30; see also East Jersey Deeds 3:25).

In a list of lands surveyed for quitrents in Monmouth County, dated 2 November 1675, Peter Parker is shown as having 180 acres of meadowland (Stillwe1l 2:395). On 2 January 1676 he bought land in Shrewsbury from Giles Slocum, Sr. (East Jersey Deeds, 1:202).

Peter Parker of Shrewsbury, N.J., signed a receipt 18 June 1680 to Mary Brown of Newport for 20 shillings, this being the legacy "given to my wife and three eldest children by their grandfather upon his will before his decease." Witnesses were John Jacobs and Elisebeth Williams (Portsmouth LE 1:307). Austin quotes a letter from John Bowne of New Jersey to Gov. Andros dated 20 August 1680 stating that "Mr. Peter Parker is very weak, more like to die than to live" (GDRl:144). It may be that Sarah died at that time, for there is evidence that their children were in Rhode Island by 1684, and Peter himself was living at Jamestown, R.I., on 28 December 1694 when he sold his land in New Jersey to Caleb Allen of Sandwich, Massachusetts. This deed, witnessed at Newport by Oliver Arnold, Ephraim Turner and Joseph Mory, describes the land as 156 acres in Shrewsbury with house thereon (East Jersey Deeds F:388; copy in R.l. Archives).

For further information on this family, see "The Abigail Connection" by this compiler, in The American Genealogist (hereinafter cited as TAG) 57:15 (Jan. 1981)." Image.


Sarah Cooke

1Jane Fletcher Fiske 1930, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island: a genealogy of Thomas Cooke alias Butcher, J.F. Fiske, c1987 , Page 29, 45. "+ 6. i. SARAH3, b. ca. 1646; m. Peter Parker.

pg 45
... they had moved to Shrewsbury, N.J., by 1667/8 when Peter was listed among the inhabitants of Navesink who had taken the Oath of Allegiance to the Proprietors of East Jersey (NJA, 1st Series, Colonial Documents 1621-1687, 1:51). On 1 March 1668 he was Constable of Shrewsbury, ordered to search for and publish the laws of the General Assembly of the previous year, which had been concealed by some "disaffected persons" of Shrewsbury and Middletown (ibid., 21:30; see also East Jersey Deeds 3:25).

In a list of lands surveyed for quitrents in Monmouth County, dated 2 November 1675, Peter Parker is shown as having 180 acres of meadowland (Stillwe1l 2:395). On 2 January 1676 he bought land in Shrewsbury from Giles Slocum, Sr. (East Jersey Deeds, 1:202).

Peter Parker of Shrewsbury, N.J., signed a receipt 18 June 1680 to Mary Brown of Newport for 20 shillings, this being the legacy "given to my wife and three eldest children by their grandfather upon his will before his decease." Witnesses were John Jacobs and Elisebeth Williams (Portsmouth LE 1:307). Austin quotes a letter from John Bowne of New Jersey to Gov. Andros dated 20 August 1680 stating that "Mr. Peter Parker is very weak, more like to die than to live" (GDRl:144). It may be that Sarah died at that time, for there is evidence that their children were in Rhode Island by 1684, and Peter himself was living at Jamestown, R.I., on 28 December 1694 when he sold his land in New Jersey to Caleb Allen of Sandwich, Massachusetts. This deed, witnessed at Newport by Oliver Arnold, Ephraim Turner and Joseph Mory, describes the land as 156 acres in Shrewsbury with house thereon (East Jersey Deeds F:388; copy in R.l. Archives).

For further information on this family, see "The Abigail Connection" by this compiler, in The American Genealogist (hereinafter cited as TAG) 57:15 (Jan. 1981)." Image.

2Jane Fletcher Fiske 1930, Thomas Cooke of Rhode Island: a genealogy of Thomas Cooke alias Butcher, pg 45. "... they had moved to Shrewsbury, N.J., by 1667/8 when Peter was listed among the inhabitants of Navesink who had taken the Oath of Allegiance to the Proprietors of East Jersey (NJA 1st Series, Colonial Documents 1621-1687, 1:51). On 1 March 1668 he was Constable of Shrewsbury, ordered to search for and publish the laws of the General Assembly of the previous year, which had been concealed by some "disaffected persons" of Shrewsbury and Middletown (ibid., 21:30; see also East Jersey Deeds 3:25).

In a list of lands surveyed for quitrents in Monmouth County, dated 2 November 1675, Peter Parker is shown as having 180 acres of meadowland (Stillwe1l 2:395). On 2 January 1676 he bought land in Shrewsbury from Giles Slocum, Sr. (East Jersey Deeds, 1:202).

Peter Parker of Shrewsbury, N.J., signed a receipt 18 June 1680 to Mary Brown of Newport for 20 shillings, this being the legacy "given to my wife and three eldest children by their grandfather upon his will before his decease." Witnesses were John Jacobs and Elisebeth Williams (Portsmouth LE 1:307). Austin quotes a letter from John Bowne of New Jersey to Gov. Andros dated 20 August 1680 stating that "Mr. Peter Parker is very weak, more like to die than to live" (GDRl:144). It may be that Sarah died at that time, for there is evidence that their children were in Rhode Island by 1684, and Peter himself was living at Jamestown, R.I., on 28 December 1694 when he sold his land in New Jersey to Caleb Allen of Sandwich, Massachusetts. This deed, witnessed at Newport by Oliver Arnold, Ephraim Turner and Joseph Mory, describes the land as 156 acres in Shrewsbury with house thereon (East Jersey Deeds F:388; copy in R.l. Archives).

For further information on this family, see "The Abigail Connection" by this compiler, in The American Genealogist (hereinafter cited as TAG) 57:15 (Jan. 1981)." Image.


Aaron Borden

1Rhode Island, Tiverton - Births and Deaths, p.63.

2Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society, Rhode Island, Tiverton, computer printout, 1636-1850, Extracted from Vital record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, vol. 4, pt. 7. Tiverton. 974.5 V2a vol. 4., pg 63, FHL US/CAN Film 933413 Item 10.


Noah Hart

1Rhode Island Marriages, 1724-1916, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F8KL-NZC, FamilySearch.org. "Name: Noah Hart
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 Oct 1786
Event Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Susannah Borden
Spouse's Gender: Female

Other information in the record of Noah Hart
Name: Noah Hart
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 Oct 1786
Event Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Susannah Borden
Spouse's Gender: Female

Source Reference: Item 1
GS Film Number: 908270
Digital Folder Number: 007831442
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M50099-1
System Origin: ODM

Citing this Record
"Rhode Island Marriages, 1724-1916", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F8KL-NZC : 22 January 2020), Susannah Borden in entry for Noah Hart, 1786." Image.

2Arnold, James Newell 1844-1927, Rhode Island, Vital Record of 1636-1899: a family register for the people (Providence, R.I. : Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1893), https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=try&h=65954&dbid=3897, FHL US/CAN Book 974.5 V2a.


Susannah Borden

1Carile Santos, Richard Borden of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, page 1385, FHL 1597740 Item 14. From publication, "Your ancestors, a national magazine of genealogy and family history" published in Buffalo, N.Y. by Harry Ferris Johnston from 1947 to 1959. Image.

2Rhode Island, Tiverton - Births and Deaths, p.63.

3Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society, Rhode Island, Tiverton, computer printout, 1636-1850, Extracted from Vital record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, vol. 4, pt. 7. Tiverton. 974.5 V2a vol. 4., pg 63, FHL US/CAN Film 933413 Item 10.

4Rhode Island Births and Christenings, 1600-1914, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F87K-8H7. Image.

5Rhode Island Marriages, 1724-1916, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F8KL-NZC, FamilySearch.org. "Name: Noah Hart
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 Oct 1786
Event Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Susannah Borden
Spouse's Gender: Female

Other information in the record of Noah Hart
Name: Noah Hart
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 Oct 1786
Event Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Susannah Borden
Spouse's Gender: Female

Source Reference: Item 1
GS Film Number: 908270
Digital Folder Number: 007831442
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M50099-1
System Origin: ODM

Citing this Record
"Rhode Island Marriages, 1724-1916", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F8KL-NZC : 22 January 2020), Susannah Borden in entry for Noah Hart, 1786." Image.

6Arnold, James Newell 1844-1927, Rhode Island, Vital Record of 1636-1899: a family register for the people (Providence, R.I. : Narragansett Historical Publishing Company, 1893), https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=try&h=65954&dbid=3897, FHL US/CAN Book 974.5 V2a.


Abel Hart

1Rhode Island Births and Christenings, 1600-1914, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F87K-5ZF. "Name: Abel Hart
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 22 Sep 1794
Event Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Noah Hart
Mother's Name: Susanna

Other information in the record of Abel Hart
Name: Abel Hart
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 22 Sep 1794
Event Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Event Place (Original): Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Noah Hart
Mother's Name: Susanna

Source Reference: Item 1
GS Film Number: 908270
Digital Folder Number: 007831442
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C50099-1
System Origin: ODM

Citing this Record
"Rhode Island Births and Christenings, 1600-1914", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F87K-5ZF : 17 December 2019), Susanna in entry for Abel Hart, 1794." Image.


Joseph Borden

1Rhode Island, Tiverton - Births and Deaths, p.63.

2Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society, Rhode Island, Tiverton, computer printout, 1636-1850, Extracted from Vital record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, vol. 4, pt. 7. Tiverton. 974.5 V2a vol. 4., pg 63, FHL US/CAN Film 933413 Item 10.


Parker Borden

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society, Rhode Island, Tiverton, computer printout, 1636-1850, Extracted from Vital record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, vol. 4, pt. 7. Tiverton. 974.5 V2a vol. 4., pg 63, FHL US/CAN Film 933413 Item 10.


Parker Borden

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society, Rhode Island, Tiverton, computer printout, 1636-1850, Extracted from Vital record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, vol. 4, pt. 7. Tiverton. 974.5 V2a vol. 4., pg 63, FHL US/CAN Film 933413 Item 10.


Parker Borden

1Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Genealogical Society, Rhode Island, Tiverton, computer printout, 1636-1850, Extracted from Vital record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, vol. 4, pt. 7. Tiverton. 974.5 V2a vol. 4., pg 63, FHL US/CAN Film 933413 Item 10.