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Williamson Carter (M)
b. 1777, d. 20 December 1853
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Appears on charts:
     Descendant Chart for William Carter

     Williamson Carter was a farmer.1 He was born in 1777 at Fauquier, VA, US.2,3,4 He was the son of Norris Carter and Agnes Allen.5 Williamson Carter married Patsey England circa 1805.1,6 Williamson Carter appeared on the tax assessment of 1815 for Scott, VA, US with one farm in the Rye Cove, 100 acres, having thereon one dwelling house of wood, 18 ft by 16 ft one story, three out cabins valued at $ 250.7 He died on 20 December 1853 Old Age at Rye Cove, Scott, VA, US.2

     Children of Williamson Carter and Patsey England:
Elijah Carter   (living)
Sheffey Carter   (living)
Winifred Carter   (living)
Russell Carter   (living)
Landon Carter   (living)
Morgan Carter   (living)

  1. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 258.
  2. [S12] Bernice Peters McKean, Scott VA Death Records 1853-70.
  3. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 257.
  4. [S110] American Genealogical Research Institute, A History of the Carter Family, p 235.
  5. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 244.
  6. [S110] American Genealogical Research Institute, A History of the Carter Family, p. 253.
  7. [S45] 701 Goode St, Bristol, VA, US 1991 Southwest Virginia Tax Assessments, 1815, P. 82.

Willie Sue Carter1 (F)
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Appears on charts:
     Descendant Chart for William Carter

     Willie Sue Carter is the daughter of James W. Carter and Loula Godsey.1

  1. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 240.

Winfield Carter1 (M)
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Appears on charts:
     Descendant Chart for William Carter

     Winfield Carter is the son of George Carter and Ruth Roller.1

  1. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 253.

Winfield Carter1 (M)
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Appears on charts:
     Descendant Chart for William Carter

     Winfield Carter is the son of James H. Carter and (?) Horton.1 Winfield Carter married Nancy Kern.1

     Children of Winfield Carter and Nancy Kern:
James Carter   (living)
Rosa Carter   (living)
Charles Carter   (living)
John Carter   (living)
Ballard Carter   (living)
Nettie Carter   (living)
Henry Carter   (living)
Esther Carter   (living)
William Carter   (living)
Mattie Carter   (living)
Emma Carter   (living)
George Carter   (living)

  1. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 255.

Winfield Scott Carter (M)
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Appears on charts:
     Descendant Chart for William Carter

     Winfield Scott Carter is the son of Hansford Winfield Carter and Matilda Workman Osborn.1

  1. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 11.

Winfred Carter (F)
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Appears on charts:
     Descendant Chart for William Carter

     Winfred Carter is the daughter of William Carter and Mary Ancell.


    Winifred Carter1 (F)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Carter

         Winifred Carter is the daughter of Williamson Carter and Patsey England.1,2

    1. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 258.
    2. [S110] American Genealogical Research Institute, A History of the Carter Family, p. 253.

    Worley Carter1 (M)
    b. 1876, d. 30 July 1950
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Carter

         Worley Carter was born in 1876.1,2 He was the son of Hershall Carter and Phoeby Cox.1 Worley Carter died on 30 July 1950.3

    1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.
    2. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 241.
    3. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part II p 80.

    Zion Pennington Carter (M)
    b. 16 October 1847, d. 28 June 1924
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Carter

          Zion Pennington Carter served in the "State Line Service" of the Confederacy.1 He was a farmer.1 He married Nancy J. Gillenwater.2,1 Zion Pennington Carter was born on 16 October 1847 at Scott, VA, US.3,2 He was the son of Jospeh H Carter and Elizabeth Pennington.1 Zion Pennington Carter died on 28 June 1924 at age 76.2 He was buried at Nimrod Taylor or Carter Cemetery, Clinchport, Scott, VA, US; Buried at Carter Cemetery at Rye Cove Methodist Church.2

         Children of Zion Pennington Carter and Nancy J. Gillenwater:
    Maude Carter   (living)
    Henry Carter   b. 1869
    Susan Carter+   b. 1872
    John Mosby Carter   b. 1880

    1. [S35] Joseph Lyon MD Miller, The Decendants of Captain Thomas Carter, p 243.
    2. [S39] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 2, p. 85.
    3. [S11] 1850 census Scott County Virginia.

    Sarah Casteel1 (F)

         Sarah Casteel married Hiram Lawson, son of William Lawson II and Nancy Baker.

    1. [S26] Inc. The Russell County Heritage Book Committee, Heritage of Russell Co..

    Jacob Castle1 (M)

         Jacob Castle married Lucinda Culbertson, daughter of Jeptha Culbertson and Elmira Pullman.1

    1. [S46] Olga Jones & Izora Waters Frizzell Edwards, The "Connection" In East Tennessee, p.219.

    Bessie Catron1 (F)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Bessie Catron is the daughter of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Charles Catron1 (M)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Charles Catron is the son of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Ezekiel Kelly Catron1 (M)

    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Ezekiel Kelly Catron married Nancy Almyra Wolfe, daughter of William Wolfe and Virginia Ann Vaughn.1

         Children of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe:
    Mollie Catron   (living)
    James Catron   (living)
    Maude Catron   (living)
    William Catron   (living)
    Bessie Catron   (living)
    Charles Catron   (living)
    Virginia Catron   (living)
    Katherine Catron   (living)
    Walter Catron   (living)
    Harry Catron   (living)

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Harry Catron1 (M)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Harry Catron is the son of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    James Catron1 (M)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         James Catron is the son of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Katherine Catron1 (F)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Katherine Catron is the daughter of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Maude Catron1 (F)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Maude Catron is the daughter of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Mollie Catron1 (F)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Mollie Catron is the daughter of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Virginia Catron1 (F)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Virginia Catron is the daughter of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Walter Catron1 (M)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Walter Catron is the son of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    William Catron1 (M)
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         William Catron is the son of Ezekiel Kelly Catron and Nancy Almyra Wolfe.1

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Hannah Chanslor1 (F)

         Hannah Chanslor married Jerimiah Lawson, son of William Lawson and Rebecca (?), She was Jeremiah's 2nd wife.1

    1. [S26] Inc. The Russell County Heritage Book Committee, Heritage of Russell Co..

    George Chapman1 (M)
    b. 30 April 1857, d. 30 October 1938

         George Chapman was Farmer at Mabe, KY, US.1 He was born on 30 April 1857.1 He married Phebe S. Wolfe, daughter of Dionysius Wolfe and Mary Carter, on 17 September 1885.1 George Chapman died on 30 October 1938 at age 81.1

    1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Juanita Chappell1 (F)

    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Juanita Chappell married Charley Gay Frazier, son of Noah Frazier and Mary Evelyn Wolfe, on 26 March 1921.1

         Child of Juanita Chappell and Charley Gay Frazier:
    Merle Oglen Frazier   (living)

    1. [S6] TM Carter Manuscript Anthony Wayne Cox.

    Susan Childress1 (F)

    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Duncan
         Descendant Chart for (?) Wolfe

         Susan Childress married Jeptha Ward, son of George W. Ward and Martha Jane Wolfe.

         Child of Susan Childress and Jeptha Ward:
    Clyde Ward   (living)

    1. [S13] Mark Cox Research Notes Anthony Wayne Cox.

    (?) Chilton (M)

         (?) Chilton married Mary Carter, daughter of Thomas Carter, before 1776.1

    1. [S110] American Genealogical Research Institute, A History of the Carter Family, p. 219.

    Richard Chilton (M)

    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Carter

         Richard Chilton married Judith Carter, daughter of Thomas Carter, before 1776.1

         Child of Richard Chilton and Judith Carter:
    Stephen Chilton   b. 1 Jan 1776

    1. [S110] American Genealogical Research Institute, A History of the Carter Family, p. 219.

    Stephen Chilton (M)
    b. 1 January 1776
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    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Carter

         MacIntyre's notes say: Byrd says there were four children and names Raleigh and gives 8/19/1791 as marriage year. The book of marriage records I found says 1790 and lists the minister (see Judith's notes). The Surry co 1829 census shows 4 "Sheltan or Shelton" families: 2 Edward Shelton households, one Stephen and one Joseph (on same page). Copy in my files. For Stephen Sheltan: 1 male 0-10; 1 male 10-16; 1 male 16-26 (this could be Raleigh); one male 45+ (Stephen, HOH); 1 female 10-16 (this could be Judith); 1 female 16-26; 1 female 26-45; 1 female 45+. In the household of Joseph one male <10; one male 16-26 (Joseph); 1 female 10-16.

    Dorman gives the following for Stephen Chilton: Vol 14 pg. 127-8:"born ca. 1760, Culpeper co., VA. He enlisted in the fall of 1776 in Culpeper county for two years in Capt. George Slaughter's company in Col. Edward Stevens' regiment. When Slaughter was promoted John CHilton took command of the company [if Byrd's dates are right he'd be 10 years old. Don't know which John CHilton Dorman is referring to]. He was discharged at Valley Forge (Dorman's ref here is the "Bounty warrant, Stephen Chilton, Virginia State Library), was then given up to the British who kept him on an island in the St. Lawrence River chained to another prisoner for five or six months. He was then sent to New York where he was given his liberty (Dorman's ref: Revolutionary War pension application, Stephen Chelton,
    S.1189). After the war he lived in the part of Culpeper County which became Madison County until 1795 (Dormans ref: Culpeper co., VA and Madison Co VA personal property tax lists. His name is more frequently spelled Shelton on thises lists).

    He married 19 Aug. 1790 in Culpeper County Frances Norman (Dorman's ref: Katherine Lindsay Knorr, Marriages of Culpeper co. VA, 1781-1815 (Pine Bluff, Ark., 1954 p. 21) daughter of Joseph and Sarah (----) Norman (Dormans ref: George H.S. King, "Norman Family," Journal of North Carolina Genealogy, v. 11, pp 1518-19). In 1831 he was living in Surry co NC (ref King again) but by 1833 had moved to Woodford co., KY where he was living at the time of the 1850 census, aged 89."

    Byrd shows Raleigh and 3 other as children of Stephen Chilton and the following ancestry for Steven Chilton, but without any references save a remark about these being taken from actual family records. The VAGN material is well referenced, although I have not double checked them. Neither list Judith Chilton, but Judith as daughter of Stephen and Francis Norman Chilton is consistent with both and a number of other things:
    1. see not on Judith Chilton about Stephen administering will of Robert Harris d 1816;
    2. The 1820 Surry co NC census has listings that are consistent with both Raleigh's and Judith's birthdates;
    3. Stephen Chilton was from Culpepper and our Judith was born in Culpepper (I'm not sure of ref for this other than Aunt Jean said something about the tombstone; haven't checked death records yet).
    Byrd lists Stephen Chilton's birthdate as Jan 1, 1766; Dorman says ca 1760. Bryd lists Stephen Chilton's deathdate as 1837; Dorman says by 1833, he had moved to Woodford co KY where he was living at the time of the 1850 census, aged 89.
    Byrd says Stephen Chilton's father was Richard Chilton who married Judith Carter. Byrd may have been inspired to find a lineage for his wife thru Judith Carter's family back to Charlemagne. Dorman lists this Judith Carter as married to
    Stephen's cousin William Chilton. William had a brother named Richard who also married a Judith. According to Dorman both William and Richard were sons of William who was a brother of THOMAS, the man Dorman gives as being Stephen's father. (see VAGN vol 14 esp pg. 123-28) Byrd however, gives the following and says this information is from actual family records:
    Stephen Chilton b Jan 1 1766 d 1839 son of
    Richard Chilton b ca 1740 Lancaster co & Judith Carter, Richard the son of William Chilton b ca 1720, d 1791, the son of William Chilton b 1700 d 1791, the son of Stephen Chilton d 1753
    Mark Chilton of Prince WIlliam Co, VA d 1715, the son of John b. 1600 and Catherine Chilton of Chilston Manor in County Kent, Eng..
    According to Byrd, John and Catherine had 3 sons: John and Thomas lived in Westmoreland Co VA and Mark, who lived in both Lancaster and Prince William Counties in VA and was the direct ancestor of the Surry CountyCHiltons. I was first inclined to go with Dorman because of all of the footnotes, until I looked closer and discovered there were no real good footnotes linking generation to generation except for wills that did not cite birthdates nor preclude aunts and uncles of the same name. For instance, Thomas Chilton on page 125 of vol 14 is listed as having "the following children and perhaps others" (five listed) but, while he may have had them (a will in this case was NOT cited) one or more of the ones mentioned may have been his brothers' children. Because Byrd and Dorman agree on the number of children for Richard and Dorman lists the spouses, this file will reflect Byrd in this instance and use Dorman's names and spouses. It is necessary to write the NC Genealogical Society to find out if Luther Byrd's family (esp his wife's family) still has the "actual family records" he refered to. So this file basically follows Byrd with additional notes and material from Dorman when it fits and a note for what it says something different. Dorman is questionable about the parentage of Byrd's William Sr. and suggests a different line than Byrd but without conviction.1 Stephen Chilton married Frances Norman. Stephen Chilton was born on 1 January 1776 at Culpepper, VA, US.1 He was the son of Richard Chilton and Judith Carter. Stephen Chilton was circa 1800 at Patrick; Moved to Patrick.

    1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

    Garnie Christian (M)

    Appears on charts:
         Descendant Chart for William Duncan
         Descendant Chart for (?) McConnell
         Descendant Chart for William Cox
         Descendant Chart for William Lawson

         Garnie Christian married Patricia Jean Fondaw, daughter of Edward Lee Fondaw and EvaLee Clarice Cox, on 1 May 1964.

         Children of Garnie Christian and Patricia Jean Fondaw:
    Sabra Lee Christian   (living)
    Joel Derrick Christian   (living)


      Joel Derrick Christian (M)
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      Appears on charts:
           Descendant Chart for William Duncan
           Descendant Chart for (?) McConnell
           Descendant Chart for William Cox
           Descendant Chart for William Lawson

           Joel Derrick Christian is the son of Garnie Christian and Patricia Jean Fondaw.


        Sabra Lee Christian (F)
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        Appears on charts:
             Descendant Chart for William Duncan
             Descendant Chart for (?) McConnell
             Descendant Chart for William Cox
             Descendant Chart for William Lawson

             Sabra Lee Christian is the daughter of Garnie Christian and Patricia Jean Fondaw.


          Winnie Clayton1 (F)

          Appears on charts:
               Pedigree for Anthony Wayne Cox

               Winnie Clayton married Charles Kilgore.1

               Children of Winnie Clayton and Charles Kilgore:
          Charles Kilgore Jr.   b. 4 Jan 1764, d. 28 Nov 1844
          Reverend Robert Kilgore   b. 1765, d. 1854
          Mary Kilgore+   b. 3 Feb 1766, d. 1845
          William Kilgore   b. 1769, d. 1857
          Hiram Kilgore+   b. 1771, d. 1 Apr 1851
          Ralph Kilgore   b. 1773

          1. [S55] Hugh M. Addington, Charles Kilgore of King's Mountain, p. 18.

          John Click1 (M)

               John Click married Sally Carter, daughter of Morgan Galiton Carter and Elizabeth Osborne.1

          1. [S34] T M Carter, "T M Carter - Family Data Sheet".

          Malissa Click1 (F)

               Malissa Click married Henry Clay Carter, son of Morgan Galiton Carter and Elizabeth Osborne.1,2

          1. [S34] T M Carter, "T M Carter - Family Data Sheet".
          2. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 11.

          Agie Cocke1 (F)
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               Agie Cocke is the daughter of Henry Cocke.1 Agie Cocke married (?) Stacy.1

               Children of Agie Cocke and (?) Stacy:
          James Stacy   (living)
          William Stacy   (living)

          1. [S48] Charles Urban Notes unknown repository.

          Amanda V. Cocke1 (F)
          b. 1861
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          Appears on charts:
               Descendant Chart for William Carter

               Amanda V. Cocke was born in 1861.1 She was the daughter of Asbury Kobe Cocke and Margaret Thomas.1

          1. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 8.

          Ann Cocke1 (F)
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               Ann Cocke is the daughter of Walter Cocke.1,2 Ann Cocke married (?) Hamlin.1

          1. [S48] Charles Urban Notes unknown repository.
          2. [S104] Cox Coop, online http://www.wisecomp.com/ccl/coxcoop.html.

          Asbury Kobe Cocke1 (M)
          b. 8 September 1829, d. 10 April 1897
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          Appears on charts:
               Descendant Chart for William Carter

                Asbury Kobe Cocke served in the Confederate army.1 He left a will book 12 p 427. He married Margaret Thomas.2,3,1,4 Asbury Kobe Cocke was born as a twin on 8 September 1829.1 He was the son of James Cocke and Polly Carter.5 Asbury Kobe Cocke appeared on the census of 1850 at Scott, VA, US.5 He was listed in the 1860 census at Scott, VA, US.3 He married Jane Robinson in 1882.1 Asbury Kobe Cocke died on 10 April 1897 at age 67.1

               Children of Asbury Kobe Cocke and Margaret Thomas:
          Mary E. Cox   b. 1852
          John Frank Cox+   b. 7 Oct 1853, d. 13 Dec 1890
          Samuel L. Cox   b. 1854
          Martha Cox   b. 1856
          Elbert M. Cox   b. 1858
          Amanda V. Cocke   b. 1861
          Asbury Thomas Cocke   b. 1863

          1. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 8.
          2. [S37] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 2 1854 - 1893, p 45 / 67.
          3. [S53] Brenda C. Bishop, Scott VA Census 1860, household 1373, p. 40.
          4. [S38] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 1.
          5. [S11] 1850 census Scott County Virginia, family 984.

          Asbury Thomas Cocke1 (M)
          b. 1863
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          Appears on charts:
               Descendant Chart for William Carter

               Asbury Thomas Cocke was born in 1863.1 He was the son of Asbury Kobe Cocke and Margaret Thomas.1

          1. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 8.

          Benjamin Cocke1 (M)
          b. 1853, d. 1 July 1853
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               Benjamin Cocke was born in 1853 at Scott, VA, US.1 He was the son of Hiram S. Cocke and Nancy H. Tredaway.1 Benjamin Cocke died on 1 July 1853 at Stoney Creek, Scott, VA, US.1

          1. [S12] Bernice Peters McKean, Scott VA Death Records 1853-70, p 1.

          Betsy Cocke (F)
          b. 1788
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               Betsy Cocke married William Brickey.1,2 Betsy Cocke was born in 1788 at Scott, VA, US.3 She was the daughter of David C. Cocke and Jemima Leach.1,4

          1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.
          2. [S48] Charles Urban Notes unknown repository.
          3. [S91] Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File", Ancestral File, AFN:H2TB-TW.
          4. [S61] Cocke and Cox Coke unknown repository, p. 7.

          Cassie Cocke1 (F)
          b. 9 March 1848, d. 22 October 1873
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               Cassie Cocke was born on 9 March 1848.2,3 She was the daughter of Dr. Robert K. Cocke and Nancy Buster.2 Cassie Cocke was listed in the 1850 census at Scott, VA, US.2 She married Robert J. Richmond, son of William Richmond and Sally (?), on 12 January 1866 at Scott, VA, US, service performed by Isaac Kern.1 Cassie Cocke was buried at Cox Cemetery, Fort Blackmore, Scott, VA, US.3 She died on 22 October 1873 at age 25.3

          1. [S37] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 2 1854 - 1893, 21 / 10.
          2. [S11] 1850 census Scott County Virginia, family # 561.
          3. [S41] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 4, p. 168.

          Daniel Cocke1 (M)
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               Daniel Cocke is the son of Hiram S. Cocke and Louiza McConnell.1

          1. [S49] Cheryl Huff Notes unknown repository.

          David A. Cocke1 (M)
          b. 8 September 1829, d. 10 September 1829
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          Appears on charts:
               Descendant Chart for William Carter

               David A. Cocke was born on 8 September 1829.2 He was the son of James Cocke and Polly Carter.1 David A. Cocke died on 10 September 1829 at age 0.1,2

          1. [S49] Cheryl Huff Notes unknown repository, p 210.
          2. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 8.

          David C. Cocke1 (M)
          b. 1748, d. 10 July 1827
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          David Cocke Grave      David C. Cocke was at Scott, VA, US; Early Settler at Blackmore's Fort.2 He aquired Information on David & Jemima Cocke Russell Co. VA

          DAVID and JEMUVIA (LEACH) COCKE sold most of their land holdings lying on Copper Creek in Russell County, Virginia before or by 1815. A portion of Scott County was carved from Russell County in 1814.

          The same land purchased by DAVID COCKE from SAMUEL AUXE (also spelled AUXER, OXER and AUXIER in other accounts) was sold five years later to William LEE for 100 pounds current money of Virginia. Deed Book 11 page 486 "On 24 April 1798, DAVID COX and JEMIMA his wife sold 180 acres of land at head of Copper Creek beginning at end of spur on Moccosin Ridge" When purchased from AUXE the name COCKE was used when sold to LEE the name was COCK.

          Deed Book I page 72 Russell County, Virginia shows Samuel OXER and Sarah his wife (no doubt the same AUXE as above) selling 200 acres of land to DAVID COCKE, being part of a larger tract of land granted to henry HAMLIN patent of 20 July 1790 on bank of Clinch River to Stoney Creek, down Stoney Creek to the Mill Race and to the Clinch River to the beginning. This land was recorded 23 February 1796 and was witnessed by Samuel PORTER, Henry SORK and James LEACH. (this James LEACH may have been related to JEMIMA LEACH, wife of DAVID C. COCKE/COX.)

          On 15 January 1817, DAVID COCKE, James ALBERT and John DUNCAN paid the delinquent taxes on the land of John BLACKMORE when he vacated his land and moved to Tennessee, by paying taxes from the year 1807 through the year 1814 they became the sole owners of Blackmore's Old Fort. Deed Book 1 " 1 5 January 1817, received of DAVID COX, James ALBERT and John DUNCAN $215 in full for 515 acres for John BLACKMORE'S delinquent taxes from 1807 to 1814" James ALBERT eventually became the sole owner of this property which he sold under a deed of trust to Goldman DAVIDSON, who in turn sold it to JAMES S. COCKE/COX, a son of DAVID C. COCKE/COX.

          Reel 26, page 76 --- Surveyed June 20, 1789 for DAVID COX, 250 acres of land by virtue of part of Land Office treasury warrant #11,343 dated 11 March 1782 lying in Russell County on waters of Copper Creek above of Clinch River and bounded as follows: To wit: Beginning at three white oaks standing on North side of Mockerson Ridge, corner to Joseph WHITELEY, thence north 15 S 102 to two spanish oaks on North side of said ridge n. 5 E. 60 poles to a spanish oak on S. side N. 23 W. 28 poles to two white oaks on the end of a spur to a bunch of lynns. Of property.3 He was born in 1748.4,5,6 He was the son of Henry Cocke.1,7 David C. Cocke married Jemima Leach before 1775.2 David C. Cocke served three months guard duty in the Revolutionary war by enlisting on 15 July 1780.8,6 He was an original member of the Stoney Creek Baptist Church. Prior to its official organization in 1801, most of the meetings were held in the home of David Cocke.1 He was listed in the 1820 census at Scott, VA, US.9 He left a will on 8 August 1826 which read as The Last Will and Testament of David Cock of Stony Creek, Scott County, Virginia     
          In the name of God, amen. I David Cock, of Scott County being old and infirm, but of sound mind and disposing memory; and feeling a wish to dispose of my worldly estate in order to effect which, I hereby make and ordain this to be my last will and testament.
          In the first place I will that all my just debts and funeral expenses be punctually paid in a reasonable time after my death.
          2ndly it is my will, and I hereby give to my beloved wife, Jemima, my plantation where I now live, with its appurtenances, two negro slaves, named Mem and Rhoda, my farming utensils, household and kitchen furniture, two work horses, six cows and calves such as she shall choose out of my stock, my sheep, hogs, and poultry, to have and hold said tract of land all the above mentioned property during her natural life.
          3rdly, I give and bequeath to my son William my negro girl named Mary and any increase she may have before I die.
          4thly I give and bequeath to my son Henry my negro boy named David.
          5th I give and bequeath to my son David my negro girl named Sarah, and any increase she may have whilst I live.
          6th I give and bequeath to my son James my negro boy named Jack.
          7th I give to my daughter Betsey Brickey my negro named Bets or Betsy, with her increase as above.
          8th I give and bequeath to my daughter Jemima Nelson my negro girl named Hannah with her increase as above.
          9th I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Gillenwater my negro girl named Jenny with her increase as above.
          10th it is my will after my debts and funeral expenses are paid, that my property not included in the above legacies should die before me, my will and desire is that their heirs get the portion to which their parents are entitled to by this will.
          Lastly I hereby constitute and appoint my two sons David and James to be my executors. In testimony whereof I have hereonto set my hand and seal this 8th day of August 1826.
          David Cock (seal)
          Signed Sealed and published in the presence of
          Edward Campbell
          Benjamin Estill
          John D. Sharp.1,10,3 He died on 10 July 1827 at Stoney Creek, Fort Blackmore, Scott, VA, US.2,11,4 He was buried at Cox Cemetery, Fort Blackmore, Scott, VA, US.4

               Children of David C. Cocke and Jemima Leach:
          W. M. Cocke   (living)
          Patsy Cox   b. c 1770
          Henry Cocke   b. 14 Jun 1776, d. 1837
          John Cocke   b. 1778, d. 1818
          David L. Cocke+   b. 12 Jun 1785, d. 8 Jun 1866
          Betsy Cocke   b. 1788
          James Cocke+   b. 25 Dec 1789, d. 1 Nov 1859
          Jemima Cocke   b. 1791
          Nancy Cocke+   b. 1795, d. 26 Oct 1861

          1. [S48] Charles Urban Notes unknown repository.
          2. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.
          3. [S104] Cox Coop, online http://www.wisecomp.com/ccl/coxcoop.html.
          4. [S43] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 6, p. 37.
          5. [S52] Scott County History Book Committee, Scott Co. & Its People.
          6. [S61] Cocke and Cox Coke unknown repository, p. 7.
          7. [S61] Cocke and Cox Coke unknown repository, p.12.
          8. [S48] Charles Urban Notes unknown repository, See "Second Supplement to the DAR Partiot Index" Washington, DC 1973 National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. page 15.
          9. [S14] Scott VA Census 1820, p 4.
          10. [S61] Cocke and Cox Coke unknown repository, p.9.
          11. [S19] Robert M. Addington, History of Scott County, p. 308.

          David L. Cocke (M)
          b. 12 June 1785, d. 8 June 1866
          Pop-up Pedigree

               David L. Cocke was at Stoney Creek, VA, US; Settled at Stoney Creek.1 He was born on 12 June 1785 at Castle's Woods, Russell, VA, US.2,3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of David C. Cocke and Jemima Leach.1,8 David L. Cocke married Rebecca Boggs, daughter of James L. Boggs and Elizabeth Clement, on 22 June 1807 at Russell, VA, US.1,9,5,6,8 David L. Cocke was listed in the 1820 census at Scott, VA, US.10 He was listed in the 1840 census at Scott, VA, US.11 He was Miller in 1850 at Scott, VA, US.2 He was listed in the 1850 census at Scott, VA, US.2 He was listed in the 1860 census at Scott, VA, US.7 He left a will on 13 January 1866 at Scott, VA, US, WILL OF DAVID LEACH COCKE

          I, DAVID L. COCKE, of the County of Scott and State of Virginia considering the uncertainty of mortal life and being of sound mind and sane memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form that is to say:

          FirstAfter all my just debts and funeral expenses are paidI give and bequeath unto my beloved wife REBECCA all my household and kitchen furniture also my two blacks to wit Sally and Hampton all my cattle Sheep Hogs Horses Money, Notes accounts and poltry with the exception of one good horse. I give to my daughter, REBECCA, when called for by her or order. Also all my lands and possessions and premises during her natural life and widowhood and at her death the land, property, money and everything if an To be divided among my children in the manner and form following To wit: I will to my son NELSON my Mill for staying with me and my wife and taking care of us by him paying to my daughter REBECCA fifty dollars.

          I will to my daughter, REBECCA, one hundred dollars for staying with me and my wife extry.

          First, I will to my son, JAMES, that he shall have an equal part of my estate,

          2, I will to my grand Daughter, MARY BOATRITE shall have an equal part in my estate by said MARY BOATRITE Paying to my daughter REBECCA fifty dollars for her services as nurse to her Mother and Father.

          3rd I will to my son WILLIAM shall have an equal part in my estate,

          4th I will that my grand daughter SUSANNA YOUNG shall have one third of an heirs part in my estate that is to say for her to have equal with my three grand children the heirs of my daughter ELIZABETH by said SUSANNA paying or reducting $65.00.

          5-- I will that my daughter REBECCA shall have an equal part in my estate.

          6I will that my daughter PHEBE shall have an equal part in my estate.

          7I will that my son ROBERT shall have an equal part in my estate.

          8I will that the three heirs of my daughter ELIZABETH GRAY to wit, JAMES, WILLIAM and SARAH shall have one heirs part in my estate equally divided
          between them three.

          9I will that my son HIRAM shall have and equal part in my estate.

          10I will that my grand daughter SARY J. OSBORNE shall have an equal part in my estate.

          11I will that my son NELSON shall have an equal part in my estate.

          12I will that my two sons ROBERT and NELSON shall be my executors. In witness whereof I have hereunto have set my hand and seal this 16 day of November
          1861.

          DAVID L. COCKE (seal)

          The within and above instrument was now here subscribed by DAVID L. COCKE the testator in the presence of each of us and was a the same time declared by him to be his last will and testament and we at his request signed our names hereto as attesting witnesses.

          By the request of DAVID L. COCKE we signed the above will on the 13th day of January 1866.

          WILLIAM C. BRICKEY
          JOHN R. CARTER
          JOHN W. LANE
          FRANCIS K. ELLIOTT

          Codicil to above will:

          Whereas I DAVID L. COCKE of the county of Scott and State of Virginia did on the 16th day of November 1861 make my last will and testament of that date do hereby declare this to be a codicil of the same. I desire that the 10 heirs in my will above SARA J. OSBORNE now SARA J. COMBS shall have and enjoy the same to her own individual use to be issued my daughter during her natural life and to the heirs of her own body and if she has no children and the whole or any part that may remain if she bears no issue to be equally divided between my several lawful heirs as named in the above will. In witness were of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 13th day of January 1866, Eighteen hundred and sixty six.

          Signed sealed and delivered by the said DAVID L. COCKE

          To be a codicil to his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence & in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.

          Signed: DAVID L. COCKE
          (SARY J. (COCKE) OSBORNE m. 2nd time to SHADROCK COMBS)

          Witnesses:
          JOHN W. LANE
          FRANCIS K. ELLIOTT

          Virginia Scott County Court 12th June 1866.

          The last will and testament of DAVID L. COCKE deceased was proved by the oaths of John W. Lane and Francis K. Elliott witnesses thereto and is ordered to be recorded.

          Teste: J.A. Wood Clerk

          Note: On record are twelve children of DAVID LEACH COCKE and REBECCA (BOGGS) COCKE, in order of birth they are: JAMES B. COCKE, MARY "POLLY" COCKE, WILLIAM B. COCKE, ELI COCKE, NANCY J. COCKE, REBECCA COCKE, ROBERT KILGORE COCKE, ELIZABETH COCKE,PHEBE M. COCKE, HIRAM SAMUEL COCKE, MATILDA/MALINDA COCKE, AND NELSON COCKE.


          Contribution submitted by Bushy Hartman.12 He died on 8 June 1866 at Scott, VA, US, at age 80.1,4,9,6,8,13 He was buried at Boatright Cemetery, Scott, VA, US; Buried at Carter Cemetery at Rye cove Methodist Church.4

               Children of David L. Cocke and Rebecca Boggs:
          Phebe M. Cocke   (living)
          Matilda Cocke   (living)
          James B. Cocke+   b. 13 May 1808, d. 26 Nov 1876
          Mary Cocke   b. 10 Jan 1810, d. 10 Jul 1860
          Eli Cocke   b. 13 Jan 1814, d. 6 Jan 1827
          Rebecca Cocke+   b. 18 Jun 1818
          Dr. Robert K. Cocke+   b. 18 Sep 1820, d. 23 Apr 1887
          Elizabeth Cocke   b. 1 Nov 1823
          Hiram S. Cocke+   b. 8 Oct 1826, d. 15 Dec 1894
          Nelson Cox   b. 1830
          Nancy Cox   b. 1841

               Child of David L. Cocke:
          William B. Cocke+   b. 1813, d. 29 Oct 1887

          1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.
          2. [S11] 1850 census Scott County Virginia, family 986.
          3. [S19] Robert M. Addington, History of Scott County, p 265.
          4. [S24] Phyllis Louise Willits Peterson, Scott Cemeteries, Handwritten note in copy -- not part of published book.
          5. [S49] Cheryl Huff Notes unknown repository.
          6. [S52] Scott County History Book Committee, Scott Co. & Its People.
          7. [S53] Brenda C. Bishop, Scott VA Census 1860, household 1387, p. 41.
          8. [S61] Cocke and Cox Coke unknown repository, p. 7.
          9. [S48] Charles Urban Notes unknown repository.
          10. [S14] Scott VA Census 1820, p 4.
          11. [S58] Scott VA Census 1840, p. 14.
          12. [S104] Cox Coop, online http://www.wisecomp.com/ccl/coxcoop.html.
          13. [S91] Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File", Ancestral File, AFN:2GTV-WT.

          Eli Cocke1 (M)
          Pop-up Pedigree

               Eli Cocke is the son of Hiram S. Cocke and Louiza McConnell.1 Eli Cocke married Perlina Beckenhammer.1

          1. [S49] Cheryl Huff Notes unknown repository.

          Eli Cocke1 (M)
          b. 13 January 1814, d. 6 January 1827
          Pop-up Pedigree

               Eli Cocke was born on 13 January 1814 at Scott, VA, US.2 He was the son of David L. Cocke and Rebecca Boggs.1 Eli Cocke died on 6 January 1827 at age 12.2

          1. [S49] Cheryl Huff Notes unknown repository, p 108.
          2. [S91] Unknown compiler, "LDS Ancestral File", Ancestral File, AFN:2GTW-7J.

          Elizabeth Cocke1 (F)
          Pop-up Pedigree

          Appears on charts:
               Descendant Chart for William Carter

               Elizabeth Cocke is the daughter of James Cocke and Polly Carter.1 Elizabeth Cocke married William Frank Richmond, son of William Richmond and Sarah (?), on 26 May 1844.1,2

               Children of Elizabeth Cocke and William Frank Richmond:
          Benjamin F. Richmond   b. 1845
          Sally Richmond   b. 1847
          James W. Richmond   b. 1850
          William Asbury Richmond   b. 1853
          Mary B. Richmond   b. 1856, d. 1934
          Martha A. Richmond   b. 1858
          John Floyd Richmond   b. 16 Apr 1860, d. 7 Feb 1938
          Ellen Richmond   b. 1865
          Elizabeth Richmond   b. 1867

          1. [S49] Cheryl Huff Notes unknown repository, p 207.
          2. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 7.


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