Saturday, March 7, 2009

Surnames/Wrapping Up Celebrate Your Name Week

We've come to the end of "Celebrate Your Name" week and like Craig over at GeneaBlogie . I am going to post my surnames. So to wrap up the week, here goes!

  • ADKINS/ATKINS IN 1842
  • ALEXANDER IN(Jackson/Washington) > PA 1752
  • ALLMAN IN(Jackson) > VA(Grayson) > PA(Fort Bedford) > Germany 1738
  • ANGLETON KY(Boone) 1781
  • BEARD AL(Etowah) > GA? 1840
  • BEARDEN AL(Etowah) > VA(Caroline) 1691
  • BOBMAN PA(York) 1793
  • BOHALL IN(Brown/Jackson) > KY(Meade) > NY 1793
  • BONNER TN(McMinn) > SC 1805
  • BROCK AL > TN(McMinn) > SC 1770
  • BROWN AL 1890
  • CARTER IN about 1820
  • CRAMER/KRAMER PA(York) > Gemany(Wuettemberg) 1696
  • DITTMORE TN(McMinn) > SC(Hamstead) 1780
  • DRAPER IN 1819
  • GALLOWAY SC > NC 1779
  • HEINRICHSON SC(Charleston) > Germany(Lanstadt, Hanover) 1760
  • HINES IN > VA(Sussex/Surry) > Scotland 1670
  • HOGG(/HOKE*mistake) PA(York) > Scotland(Ayrshire) 1725
  • HOVIS IN > OH(Noble) > PA(York) > Germany(Prussia) 1720
  • HUGHART/HUGGART KY 1810
  • JACK TN(McMinn) > VA 1805
  • JANES/JAYNES IN(Jackson) > KY(Metcalf/Barren) 1811
  • JOICE/JOYCE NC(Rockingham) 1805
  • LITTLE VA about 1715
  • MARTIN IN(Jackson) > KY 1806
  • MILSTEAD KY > IN(Brown) 1800
  • MORGAN AL > TN(Monroe) > NC > VA 1774
  • MOSES TN(Monroe) > NC 1747
  • QUEENER TN(McMinn) > SC 1770
  • ROBBINS/ROBINS IN(Washington) > NC 1818
  • RABORN/RABURN AL > TN(Monroe) 1839
  • SCHMIDT PA(York) > GERMANY 1705
  • TALLENT TN(Blount) > NC(Anson) 1690
  • WILCUT/WILLCUT/WILLCUTT IN(Washington) > KY 1815
  • WINSOR KY(Danville) 1805

MOST WANTED:
Father of: David JANES 1811 (Metcalf)KY - ? *I think it is David Janes, Sr. in Adair, Kentucky as per, "History of the Janes-Peek Family (From Grandma's Little Trunk)," 1975 by Dr. Reba Neighbors Collins. I don't believe she found all his children as she listed only 3.

Death County of Beatrice BROWN October 1, 1911 AL

John MARTIN, born in KY about 1835
Private, Jackson County
Jackson County, Indiana Volunteers
10th Cavalry Regiment, Company C
Mustered in December 10, 1863. Mustered out August 31, 1865.
His wife Mary Ann(Polly Ann) Allman remarried. There is no record of John having died or actually returning from war. His regiment was on the Sultana when it went down but he is not listed as having boarded.
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