Paul B. Vicars1

M, (06/__/1821 - before 1910)
Father*Paul Vicars2 (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker3,2
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Paul B. Vicars was born 06/__/1821 at Russell, Virginia, US.4,2 He was a farmer.3 He died before 1910 at prob. Scott Co., Virginia, US. He was buried at Scott, Virginia, US.3

Citations

  1. [S67] Russell VA Census 1850, p299b

    Fam # 1122.
  2. [S37] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 2 1854 - 1893, 3 / 9.
  3. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  4. [S67] Russell VA Census 1850, p299b.

Pearl A. Vicars1

F, (Sep, 1893 - )
Father*Thomas P. Vicars1 (1866 - before Jun 16, 1900)
Mother*Catherine Cox1 (May 18, 1863 - Sep 29, 1918)
ChartsRichard Cox Descendants
William Lawson Descendants
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
James Vicars Descendants
     Pearl A. Vicars was born in Sep, 1893.1

Census

CensusLocationMemo
Cens1900Dekalb, Scott, Virginia, USShe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, in the household of her mother, Catherine Cox, she was age 6.1,2

Citations

  1. [S140] Donald W Lane, 2009.
  2. [S132] 1900 US Census,, 1900; Census Place: De Kalb, Scott, Virginia; Roll: 1727; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 0063; FHL microfilm: 1241727.

Rebecca Vicars

F, (circa 1812 - before Oct 13, 1866)
Father*Paul Vicars (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Her married name was Easterling. Rebecca Vicars was born circa 1812 at Russell, Virginia, US. She married William Easterling circa 1828.1 Rebecca Vicars died before Oct 13, 1866 at prob. Russell Co., Virginia, US.

Family

William Easterling

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

Ritta Vicars1

F, (1856 - )
Father*David Campbell Vicars (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Cynthia Richardson2
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Ritta Vicars was born in 1856.1

Citations

  1. [S73] Unknown author, 1860 Lee CO, VA Census.
  2. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

Robert Vicars1

M, (Nov 8, 1747 - Mar 13, 1821)
Father*James Vicars2
ChartsPedigree Chart A W Cox
James Vicars Descendants
Pedigree Chart A W Cox (Indented)
     Robert Vicars served Served 99 days (full term of the war) in Dunmore's War (Governor of Virginia), the 'battle of Point Pleasant', against Indian raiders in 1774, under Captain William Russell. Auditor's record show Robert was paid 7 pounds, 8 shillings, & sixpence for his service. The battle of Pt. Pleasant is the only battle fought during the war, on 10 Oct 1774.
(According to the statements of grandmother of A.M. VICARS), the Vicarses in the old country (England) were sailors, soldiers, and ship builders. Robert 'ROBIN' VICARS was not a Revolutionary soldier; he said he would not shoot at a red coat (the British Uniform) because he had worn one himself, but if a red skin (Indian) needed shooting, he was as good as ever pulled the trigger. At one time he took two horses loaded with beaver skins and other fur skins to Abindgon to be carried and hauled to Norfolk, there to be sold for supplies for the American soldiers. He sent one horse back home and was gone himself several months. It was thought he joined the army, but when he came back he said he went off with a hunting party, but when reminded that hunting was good near home, and that it was the wrong time of year to hunt, he said he had joined a party hunting Indians.

Militia Service:
Robert served in the forts on the lower Clinch River under William Russell. According to the Auditor's Accounts for Dunmore's War at the VA State Library in Richmond for Botetourt, Augusta and Fincastle Cos., Robert's service was as follows: Robert Vicars, 99 days; total paid: 7 L; 8 S; 6 d.

Robert Vicars Services: private, VA; 1) Dunsmore's War, 1774, in VA troops as a private with Capt. William Russell; 2) Robert received pay of 7 L. 8 s, 6 d., for 99 days of service; Robert was with VA Militia in 1782, Fincastle, Botetourt Co., VA, assigned to 27th District of Captain Baird's Company. References for Military Record: VA State Library Microfilm Dept., Reel # 78 (positive) 66 feet, Misc. Reel - Target Records (Soldiers and Public Records of services in Dunmore's War - from Augusta, Bedford, Culpaper and Fincastle Counties. Page 231: Military Pay Roll of Capt. William Russell, Fincastle, 1774.3 He Robert Vicars & Family were residence of Botetourt, Fincastle, Washington, & Russell Counties, but always lived in the same location.

e-mail from a descent: Subj: Newgate/Vicars Date: 10/28/98 8:16:47 PM Eastern Standard Time From: conch@@softcom.net (Tony) To: dawna111@@aol.com
Dawna, Remember back when we first got in touch about Robert? You asked about Newgate prison and I said that today some of the cells are part of a Pub in London. I re-checked the name and location today and just for fun, this is what it says: The Viaduct Tavern, 126 Newgate near St. Paul's Cathedral, the cellars are former cells of the debtors prison. They were small, but crowded with up to 16 person in each. The ceilings had ventilation holes which extended under the street of Newgate and prisoners would stick their hands upwards in hopes of getting a handout of food from street passerby. The owner gives occasional group tours of the cellars. So, in the event you ever get to London, be a great tour! Kathy........

From Patricia Vicars Russell:' Letter to Joan, received 2/28/87, from Janie L. Vicars, wife of Sidney Vicars, P. O. Box 218, St. Paul, VA 24283'
. . . In Roanoke Island, N.C. they have a plaque with the names of the people who came over with Sir Walter Raleigh. There was a Vicars man, woman and boy. Robert Vicars was the first Vicars in this area. He first settled in Elk Garden which is near Lebanon, VA, in Russell Co. Then he relocated in the Grassy Creek section of Russell Co. which is near the Scott Co. line. There is a Vicars family cemetary on Grassy Creek. Robert is buried there. . . .

'Vicars Ancestory in Southwest Virginia, Direct Lineage from Robert Vicars to James M. Vicars':
Robert Vicars (1747-1821) occupation: farmer born in England on 8 Nov. 1747 prob. came to Norfolk, VA, from England in Sept. 1767; ship, Justitia appearance on the Clinch: Robert was listed as a tithable when the first head count was taken on the Clinch, 2 Oct. 1771. (this list of tithables is located in the Clerk's office of Botetourt Co., Fincastle, VA. He prob. arrived on the Clinch in the last half of 1770 or first half of 1771.2 He was a farmer.2 He appeared on the tax assessment of an unknown date for an unknown place with Taxes: Washington co., VA, 1782; tax payer: Robert Vickers, 1 poll Russell Co., VA State Archives, Richmond: 1787, Robert Vickars, personal & property taxes 1794, Robert Vickers, land tax - 200 acres
1796, Robert Vickars, personal & property taxes 1797 ' ' ' ' '
1799 ' Vickers ' ' '
1800 ' Vickars ' ' '
1802 ' Vickers ' ' '
1810 ' Vickars.2 ' ' ' He was also known as Robin Vicars.2 He was born on Nov 8, 1747 at London, England.2 He married Lydia Jackson circa 1767 Marriages:

Lidia (circa 1752- ) Lidia & Robert were probably married circa 1768-1769. Marriage date is unknown. The 12 children named in Robert's will are probably Lidia's. Jacob, the youngest, was born 8 Apr. 1795. There is a land transaction date 23 Aug 1795 that list both Robert & wife Lidia (Russell Co Deed BK 1 pg 163)

Milly Robert married Milly before 1814, prob. in Russell Co., VA. Several of Robert's descendants named their girls, Milly. She prob. reared the younger children of Robert & Lidia. Milly survived Robert.2 Robert Vicars immigrated; THE JOURNEY
London to Copper Creek
Robert Vicars sailed on the ship Justitia from London to Norfolk, VA, in September 1767. He was 19 years old and would turn 20 within two months. There is no known record of his activities from his departure from the Justitia at Norfolk to his arrival in the Clinch Valley. The earliest public record of Robert, living on the Clinch, is his name among the tithables on the Clinch on Oct. 2, 1771. Robert probably left Tidewater Virginia in late summer or fall of 1770, or as late as the summer of 1771. Winter travel was usually an impossibility in Colonial times. Most immigrants waited til after harvest time, so food would be available for the trip, as well as seed for spring planting on the new land. There is no evidence that Robert was on the Clinch as early as 1769, the settlement date of Castle's Woods. There were few routes from the eastern shore to the western frontier. Robert probably took the same route as others seeking land, new opportunities, trade with the Indians, and pure adventure on Western Waters. Robert began the journey to the western frontier by traveling from Norfolk to Richmond, the easiest part of the trip. The road between these settlements was well traveled and had been used and improved for several decades. From Richmond, he turned southwest to Big Lick (Roanoke) on Roanoke River. Continuing southwest, Robert reached the New River, crossed at Ingles Ferry (Radford), and headed south to Fort Chiswell, just east of what is now Wytheville. This fort was the intersection of the Great Wagon Road, from Philadelphia to the Yadkin Valley in North Carolina, ad the Richmond Road, which Robert traveled. From here, he traveled the same route as the first settlers of Castle's Woods, the first station west of Mosscasin Gap. This trail continued southwest to Wolf Hills (Abingdon) and down Middle Fork of the Holston River to Sapling Grove (Bristol). Continuing down the Middle Fork of the Holston River, Robert arrived at Long Island (Kingsport). When he left the small fort on Long Island, Robert faced the roughest and most dangerous part of his journey. From the small fort, Robert traveled along Reedy Creek to the Holston River, and crossed Little Pine Mountain to Moccasin Gap. He continued up Little Moccasin Creek Valley to a low divide, near what is now Gate City, then over to Troublesome Creek. Moving almost due west from Troublesome, he crossed the Clinch River at what became Speer's Ferry. Walking up the west bank of the Clinch, he arrived at the Ford of Stock Creek (Clinchport). From here, Robert traveled up Big Stock Creek, near the Natural Tunnel, turned left around what is now Horton's Summit, and on to Little Flat Lick, near what is now Duffield. Continuing up Stock Creek Valley, he came to the crossroads (paths) of the Moccasin Gap Path and the Clinch River Path; this intersection was near what is now Rye Cove. The converging paths led up Powell Valley through Cumberland Gap to Kentucky. Heading up the Clinch River, he moved across the land that became the Blackmore place (Fort Blackmore) and up to Hunter's Ford (Osborne's Ford, now Dungannon). He traveled up the southern side of the ridge between Sinking Creek and the Clinch River by what is now Power's Hill to Castle's Woods. After arriving at this small frontier station, Robert settled on the head of Lewis Creek, a small branch flowing into the Clinch. On March 22, 1791, Robert and Lydia Jackson Vicars bought 200 acres on Copper Creek. The Vicars family moved to the new farm where Robert died on March 13, 1821.

Robert possibly was sent to America from England in 'Bondage',( source:Coldman, Peter Wilson, 'Bonded Passengers to America 1655-1775', Vol 2, New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1976, p 153) The Robert Vicars on this passenger list is the only Robert Vicars to enter the country via passengers list during the same time the Robert Vicars shows up on official record for Virginia.
The book - 'Bonded Passengers to America' by Peter Wilson Coldham, Vol. 3, pg. 153, lists:
'Vickars, Robert 5 June T Sept 1767, Justicia'. In the book - S was 'Sentenced to transportation at Sessions of Goal Delivery on or immediately before the date shown. T was transported, followed by date of embarcation and ships name. The destination will usually be found by reference to the appendix.
Ship's name: Justitia Captain: Colin Somervell Sailing date: Sept. 1767 T 53 Reference: 50/93 T1 Reference: 456

Could be Robert was banished via the ship, Justitia. Vicars Family Association lore says, the Vicars' family were ship builders, and fled (or bannished) to the new world after letting a ship get away and angering the King of England.2 He aquired Land Transactions:
22 Mar. 1791, Robert Vickars purchased 200 acres of land from Samuel and Hannah Vanhook. The land was on Copper Creek in the Grassy Creek section of Russell Co., VA. He paid one 131 pounds for this property.
27 March 1791, Robert & Lidia, his wife, sold 96 acres of land lying on the head of a small branch which flows into the Clinch River. (this is prob. half (192 acres) of the parcel of land Robert received by patent on 22 March 1783. 4 Jan. 1814, Robert Vicars & Milley Vicars, his wife, sold a parcel of land to Joseph G. Barker (for $12; for 12 acres on Molls Creek). Robert bought this tract from Samuel Evans, attorney for Francis Preston.

Land Grants:
1781, Augs. 24, Grantee Robert Vicars, 250 acres, New Garden
1783, Oct. 11, Grantee Robert Vickers, 110 acres, Lewis Creek
1783, Mar. 22, Grantee Robert Vickars, 192 acres, Small Branch, Clinch
1781, Aug. 24, Grantee Robert Vickars, 300 acres, New Garden; Virginia Actual Settlement: 1776 of property in 1791.2 He married Milly (?) between 1795 and 1814 at Russell, Virginia, US.2 Robert Vicars died on Mar 13, 1821 at Russell, Virginia, US, at age 73.2 He was buried; Robert Vicars Tombstone Located in Old Vicars Cemetery 3 miles east of the Scott County Line in Russell Co, VA. Located on Virginia State Route 71 on what was Robert's farm near Clinch River.2 He left a will Will of Robert VICARS,
('?' = unreadable in document)
'In the name of God Amen, I Robert Vicars of the County of Russell and State of Virginia being sick and weak in body, but of sound mind and disposing memory for which I thank God and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life and being desireous to dispose of all such in my estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with. I give and bequeath the same in manner following that '?' to say I desire that all the perishable part of my estate be immediately sold after my disease. Such as follows I give and bequith to my beloved wife Milly Vicars all my stock of horses hogs sheep and cattle. Also the plantation with all the crops '?' in the ground. Or outhouse and household and kitchen furniture and plantation utentials of all this things mention I give and bequith to my beloved wife Milly Vicars, desiring her natural life or widowhood. In property I give and bequith unto Joseph Vicars five dollars after the death of my wife Milly. I give and bequith unto my son William Vicars ten dollars i property after the death of my wife Milly. I give and bequith unto mydaughter Nancy Burton ten dollars in property after the death of my wife Milly Vicars like manner I I give and bequith unto my son James Vicars the land that he '?' proper that we bought between us in 'boath ferways' immediately after my disease. I give and bequith unto my son Jacob Vicars a pease of land being joining end Dorton's land running down the main road to the fork of said road and corning and running witht he constitional line to him and his heirs forever for he paid me one hundred dolars in money and the right to be in immediate after his disease. I give and bequith unto my sons Thomas Vicars John Vicars and Paul Vicars Joel Vicars likewise my daughter Lidda Brickey Molly Gilbert, Martha Culbertson and Ellender Barker after the death of my wife Milly all my estate real and personal to be equally divided between the above names riten. I do herby comstitute and appoint my friend John Dorton executor of this my last Will and testament hereby revoking all other former wills or testaments by me heretofore made. In '?' whereof I have here cent set my hands and affixed my seal this 14th day of February in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty one. Robert Vicars (seal) Signed and seal published and delivered as and for the Last Will and Testatment of the above named Robert Vicars in presents of us: Robert Fugate William Dorton Stephen 'x' Hieghs (his mark.)4

Census

CensusLocationMemo
Cen 1820Russell, Virginia, USRobert Vicars was listed in the 1820 census at Russell, Virginia, US; 1820 census, Russell CO, VA Roll-141 pg 25
Head of           Males aged
Household           Over 45 Slaves
Vicars, Robert 1 0
          Females aged
          Over 45
                    2 0
Occupation = Agriculture.2

Family

Lydia Jackson
Children

Citations

  1. [S56] Luther F. Addington, Story of Wise County Virginia, p. 30.
  2. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  3. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999, See Letter from A.M. Vicars to Conley Abraham Vicars, 1929.
    From Vicars Family Newsletter: VOL. 1, Number 2 - Winter 1990.
  4. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999, See Russell CO, VA Will Book 3 p355 Per DAR Membership Application of Virginia F. Stewart:.
  5. [S64] Mary D. Fugate, Implied Marriages of Russell County Virginia, p. 17 (see Russell Deed book 9:232 and Will book 3:355).

Robert Garfield Vicars

M, (circa Dec, 1893 - Oct 29, 1913)
Father*David Campbell Vicars (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Virginia Keith1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Robert Garfield Vicars buried Keith Family Cemetery, Russell Co., VA unmarried. He was born circa Dec, 1893 at Russell, Virginia, US. He died on Oct 29, 1913 at prob. Russell Co., Virginia, US.

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

S. H. Vicars1

M, (1874 - )
Father*William Vicars1
Mother*Sarah (?)1
ChartsPeter Sluss Descendants
     S. H. Vicars was a farmer at Russell, Virginia, US.1 He was born in 1874 at Russell, Virginia, US.1 He married Nora J. Sluss, daughter of Johnathan Sluss and Margaret Ellen Johnson, on Aug 10, 1896 at Scott, Virginia, US.1

Citations

  1. [S36] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 3 1894-1912, p 10 / 12.

Samuel Vicars1

M
Father*James Vicars1 (1788 - Dec 11, 1855)
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants

Citations

  1. [S114] Russell Death Register 1853-61, online unknown url.

Sarah 'Sallie' Vicars1

F, (1831 - after 1880)
Father*Paul Vicars (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker2
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Her married name was Shipley. Sarah 'Sallie' Vicars was born in 1831 at Russell, Virginia, US.3 She married an unknown person on Jan 12, 1869 at Russell, Virginia, US.4 She died after 1880.

Citations

  1. [S64] Mary D. Fugate, Implied Marriages of Russell County Virginia.
  2. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  3. [S67] Russell VA Census 1850, p301.
  4. [S64] Mary D. Fugate, Implied Marriages of Russell County Virginia, Page 27, Line 5

    Daniel Sheply 40 y s/o Nathan & Hann Sallie Vicars 34 y b. Russ d/o Paull & Sussannah Vicars.

Sarah Elizabeth Vicars1

F, (Apr 12, 1860 - Nov 21, 1916)
Father*David Campbell Vicars (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Cynthia Richardson2
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Sarah Elizabeth Vicars was also known as Sallie Vicars.2 She was born on Apr 12, 1860 at Russell or Scott Co., Virginia, US.3 She died on Nov 21, 1916 at Scott or Wise Co., Virginia, US, at age 56. She was buried at Point Truth Primitive Baptist Church Cem., Long Hollow, Scott, Virginia, US.2

Citations

  1. [S73] Unknown author, 1860 Lee CO, VA Census.
  2. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  3. [S73] Unknown author, 1860 Lee CO, VA Census, p863

    Family # 1284.

Sarah Jane Vicars1

F, (Aug 15, 1872 - May 19, 1929)
Sarah Jane Vicars Cox
Father*Paul Vicars2,3 (Nov 14, 1850 - Feb 24, 1915)
Mother*Justine Baker3 (Feb 11, 1848 - Jun 24, 1915)
ChartsPedigree Chart A W Cox
Richard Cox Descendants
William Lawson Descendants
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
James Vicars Descendants
Pedigree Chart A W Cox (Indented)
     Sarah Jane Vicars was buried at Cox Cemetery, Dungannon, Scott, Virginia, US.4 Her married name was Cox. She was also known as Sarah Vicars. She was born on Aug 15, 1872 at Scott, Virginia, US.2,3 She married John W. Cox, son of David Cox and Amanda Lawson, on Feb 8, 1893 at Scott, Virginia, US, service performed by J. W. Hillman.2,5,6,7,8 Sarah Jane Vicars died of tuberculosis on May 19, 1929 at Scott, Virginia, US, at age 56.3,9 She was buried on May 21, 1929 at David Cox Cemetery, Scott, Virginia, US.9

Census

CensusLocationMemo
Cens1900Scott, Virginia, USSarah Jane Vicars and John W. Cox appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, enumerated Jun 20, 1900. Their children Lela, Annar, Valice and Marvin were listed as living with them.10
Cens1910Floyd District, Scott, Virginia, USSarah Jane Vicars and John W. Cox appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, at Floyd District, enumerated 1910, she reported having given birth to ten children, eight of which were still living. They owned their home and both could read and write. Their children Lela, Annar, Valice, Marvin, Nannie, Maxie, Teddy and Willie were listed as living with them.11
Cens1920Floyd District, Scott, Virginia, USSarah Jane Vicars and John W. Cox appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, at Floyd District, enumerated Jan 28, 1920. Their children Marvin, Nannie, Maxie, Teddy, Willie, John and Lucille were listed as living with them.12

Family

John W. Cox (May 18, 1870 - Jul 19, 1947)
Children

Citations

  1. [S140] Donald W Lane, 2009.
  2. [S37] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 2 1854 - 1893, p 105 / 38.
  3. [S52] Scott County History Book Committee, Scott Co. & Its People, pg 158.
  4. [S42] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 5, p. 97.
  5. [S52] Scott County History Book Committee, Scott Co. & Its People.
  6. [S126] 1910 US Census, , Heritage Quest database.
  7. [S143] Ancestry.com, online http://boards.ancestry.com/, Virginia, Births, 1864–2014. Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia.
  8. [S166] Unknown compiler, "Virginia Births, 1864–2014", Ancestral File, from Lela's birth certificate.
  9. [S143] Ancestry.com, online http://boards.ancestry.com/, Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014.
  10. [S132] 1900 US Census,, Heritage Quest Database.
  11. [S126] 1910 US Census,.
  12. [S144] 1920 US Census,.
  13. [S90] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott County Marriage Book 4 1912-1931, p 17 / 1.
  14. [S167] Ancestry.com, Va Deaths, 1912–2014: from Ella's death certificate.
  15. [S90] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott County Marriage Book 4 1912-1931, p 44 / 16.
  16. [S166] Unknown compiler, "Virginia Births, 1864–2014", Ancestral File, from Teddy's birth certificate.
  17. [S90] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott County Marriage Book 4 1912-1931, p 99 / 15.
  18. [S143] Ancestry.com, online http://boards.ancestry.com/, Virginia, Births, 1864–2014. Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia. Certificate Number: 1909009413.
  19. [S90] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott County Marriage Book 4 1912-1931, p 95 / 5.
  20. [S143] Ancestry.com, online http://boards.ancestry.com/, Virginia, Births, 1864–2014. Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia. John Henry Cox Birth Certificate.

Sherman Vicars

M, (Jan, 1875 - )
Father*David Campbell Vicars (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Cynthia Richardson1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Sherman Vicars was a farmer.1 He was born in Jan, 1875 at Russell, Virginia, US.2

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  2. [S86] Unknown author, 1900 Russell Co., VA, Census.

Susannah Vicars

F, (circa 1822 - )
Father*Paul Vicars (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Her married name was Couch. Susannah Vicars was born circa 1822 at Russell, Virginia, US. She married Henry Couch circa 1846 at prob. Russell Co., Virginia, US.1

Family

Henry Couch

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

Suzanna Navada Vicars

F, (Dec 30, 1886 - Nov 17, 1954)
Father*David Campbell Vicars1,2 (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Virginia Keith1,2
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Suzanna Navada Vicars was born on Dec 30, 1886 at Russell, Virginia, US.2 She died on Nov 17, 1954 at Bristol, Virginia, US, at age 67; the cause of death was a cerebral thrombosis.2 She was buried on Nov 19, 1954 at Osborne Cemetery, Dungannon, Scott, Virginia, US.2

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  2. [S143] Ancestry.com, online http://boards.ancestry.com/, Ancestry.com. Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014.

Theodor Vicars

M, (1826 - )
Father*Paul Vicars (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Theodor Vicars was born in 1826.

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

Thomas Vicars1

M, (Jun 22, 1779 - Mar 17, 1861)
Father*Robert Vicars (Nov 8, 1747 - Mar 13, 1821)
Mother*Lydia Jackson1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Thomas Vicars per 1850 Census, McMinn Co., TN: Thomas & wife, Mary; children: Sarah A., Robert buried Morgan (Upper Spring Creek) Cemetery
copied by Jim Vicars, Columbus, OH: The Historical Reocrds Survey, McMinn Co., TN, vol. 2, Div. of Professional and Service Projects, Florence Kerr, Asst. Commissioner, WPA Morgan (Upper Spring Creek) Cemetery, pg. 74 about 4 miles - out of Riceville - near Meigs Co. Line Location: old cemetery about 1820. Named after Silas Morgan (land given.) 4 1/2 miles northwest of Riceville on the road leading to Meigs Co. Line
'Come unto me' Robert Vicars Feb. 11, 1845 Dec. 23, 1900 'He is dead, but yet livith
Sarah Jane Vicars Jan, 8, 1832 Aug. 30, 1864
Thomas Vicars June 22, 1779 Mar. 17, 1861
Mary Vicars Feb. 8, 1807 Jan. 8, 1879


E-mail Vernon Easley, dated 11-8-1997: A.4. Thomas VICKERS. A Thomas Vickers was known to be the fourth child of Robert and Lydia Vickers. The following record is derived from two main sources. The first, data extracted from the Vicars Family Quarterly and provided to me by Joan Vickers, is what is known about Thomas Vickers' son and again is quoted as received. Of note is that Thomas was possibly married two times. This also checks with his age (49) at the time of his marriage to Mary Rucker. Both records are included as separate entries in the hope they may eventually be consolidated with further data.
'Thomas Vicars, fourth child of Robert Vicars, was born 22 June 1779 in Washington Co VA and died in McMinn Co TN 17 Mar 1861. He is buried in the Morgan Cemetery near Riceville, McMinn Co TN. About 1828 he married Mary Rucker, born in S. Carolina about 1804. They had 8 children. The 1830 Census of McMinn Co shows a male living in the household between ages 15-20. This brings up the possibility he was married before. If so nothing is known about the first marriage. Children of Thomas & Mary:' A.4.X. Jacob Vicars, b. 1829 m. Martha Wolfe 25 Jan 1855 A.4.X. Sarah Jane Vicars, b. 8 Jan 1832, d. 30 Aug 1864. Unmarried A.4.X. Nancy Vicars, b. 1834/36 A.4.X. Mary Ann, b. 1836/38 A.4.X. William H. Vicars b. 1838/40 A.4.X. Martha Vicars b. 1840/42 A.4.X. Robert Vicars b. 11 Feb 1845, d. 23 Dec 1900 A.4.X. Matilda Vicars b. 1844/46 Thomas was named in the settlement of Robert Vicar's estate 2 Apr 1839 (Russell Co. VA Deed Bk 10, pages 451-453.) He was buried at Morgan Cemetery.1 He was born on Jun 22, 1779 at Washington, Virginia, US.2,3 He married Frances Veal in 1801 at Norfolk, Virginia, US.1 Thomas Vicars married Mary Rucker circa 1828 at Russell, Virginia, US.1 Thomas Vicars died on Mar 17, 1861 at Riceville, McMinn, Tennessee, US, at age 81.

Family 1

Frances Veal

Family 2

Mary Rucker

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  2. [S70] DAR Application Patricia Lu VICARS Russell.
  3. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999, See will of Robert Vicars.

Thomas Vicars

M, (1817 - circa 1880)
Father*Paul Vicars (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Thomas Vicars Per 'Easterling Family History' chapter 23: 'According to census records, Thoams & Rebecca Vickers' children were born in Scott, Russell, and Lee Counties of VA. By 1870 the family was in Montgomery Co., KY, and they may have later lived in Nicholas Co., KY. In the 1870 census for Montgomery Co., KY, Rebecca's brother, Thomas Easterling and his son, William Easterling, were listed as memebers of the household.'
Per Louise Evans letter Nov 7 1995: 'The records I have for 'my' Thomas Vickers born in Russell Co., VA, was Vicars but when he moved to Scott Co. and married, etc did let his name appear on census records as 'Vickers'. He was my Paul Vickers' uncle & took care of Paul from census records 1860, 1870, Scott Co. and when Joel Vicars using name VICKERS! married after Paul's mother Elizabeth Dean VICKERS died soon after his birth.'


Narrative supplied by MaryVickers as quoted to her by her aunt ________:
VICKERS BRANCH
'The VICKERS Branch of the family as far as we have found have been in the United States earlier than any other branch. Robert VICARS is our Revolutionary War Ancestor who arrived in the States before the Revolutionary War, although I have yet to learn the date and place.
The name was originally VICARS and has several changes in the spelling today. Thomas VICKERS born around 1818 was the one who changed the spelling to VICKERS He lived in Russell County, Virginia, where many of his descendants still live.
Paul VICKERS (my maternal grandfather and Thomas VICKER'S son) married Luisa Katherina SINGER 17 February 1872 by eloping to Aberdeen, Ohio. They had 10 children, one who died in childhood, and they lived in various areas of Kentucky. My mother Mayme Frances VICKERS-STEWART was fourth from the oldest child.
Because Paul VICKERS was told he had Bright's Disease (at that time it was considered fatal with great suffering for the victim and family) Paul committed suicide in March 1913 rather than have everyone suffer.
Willard Hambrick VICKERS moved to Indiana and Carrie VICKERS married Joseph Hood SMITH and moved to Kansas City, MO where later Mayme joined her and married James Virgil STEWART. The rest of the family stayed in Kentucky.
About 1929 Mayme and James STEWART with children Mary, Virginia and young James moved to Albuquerque where the elder James STEWART found some relief from sinus headaches Mayme died 23 Nov 1939 and is buried in Sunset Memorial Park in Albuquerque. James married the second time to Leota FORBES and died 23 June 1936. He had one son from that marriage, John Paul STEWART. James Virgil STEWART is also buried in Sunset Memorial Park where Leota FORBES STEWART also is buried.' He was also known as Thomas Vickers. He was born in 1817 at Russell, Virginia, US.2 He married Rebecca Easterling on Jan 15, 1840 at Scott, Virginia, US.3,4,5 Thomas Vicars died circa 1880 at Nicholas, Kentucky, US.1

Family

Rebecca Easterling

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  2. [S73] Unknown author, 1860 Lee CO, VA Census, p863

    Fam # 1285.
  3. [S15] Mary D. Fugate, Scott County Marriages 1815 - 1853, p 54.
  4. [S88] Unknown author, Scott Co. Court House Records.
  5. [S44] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Marriage 1 1815 - 1853, p 65.

Thomas P. Vicars

M, (1866 - before Jun 16, 1900)
Father*David Campbell Vicars1 (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Cynthia Richardson2
MotherCenia (?)1
ChartsRichard Cox Descendants
William Lawson Descendants
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
James Vicars Descendants
     Thomas P. Vicars was also known as T. P. Vicars.1 He was born in 1866 at Scott, Virginia, US.1,3 He was a farmer at Scott, Virginia, US.1 He married Catherine Cox, daughter of David Cox and Amanda Lawson, on Oct 14, 1885 at Scott, Virginia, US, service performed by M. V. Wolfe.1 Thomas P. Vicars died before Jun 16, 1900 at Scott, Virginia, US.

Family

Catherine Cox (May 18, 1863 - Sep 29, 1918)
Children

Citations

  1. [S37] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 2 1854 - 1893, p. 78 / 28.
  2. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  3. [S140] Donald W Lane, 2009.

Walter J. Vicars1

M, (Mar, 1897 - 1960)
Father*Thomas P. Vicars1 (1866 - before Jun 16, 1900)
Mother*Catherine Cox1 (May 18, 1863 - Sep 29, 1918)
ChartsRichard Cox Descendants
William Lawson Descendants
George McConnell Sr. Descendants
James Vicars Descendants
     Walter J. Vicars married Otelia V. Stallard, daughter of Carson Elbert Stallard and Louisa Melissa Frazier.1 Walter J. Vicars was born in Mar, 1897.1 He died in 1960.1 He was buried at Fraysier-Stallard Cem, Rt 797, Scott, Virginia, US.1

Census

CensusLocationMemo
Cens1900Dekalb, Scott, Virginia, USHe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, in the household of his mother, Catherine Cox, he was age 3.1,2
Cens1910Estillville District, Scott, Virginia, USWalter appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Scott, Virginia, in the household of Elijah P. Frazier and Catherine Cox, he was 13 years old.3

Family

Otelia V. Stallard (Dec 10, 1895 - Dec 8, 1967)

Citations

  1. [S140] Donald W Lane, 2009.
  2. [S132] 1900 US Census,, 1900; Census Place: De Kalb, Scott, Virginia; Roll: 1727; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 0063; FHL microfilm: 1241727.
  3. [S126] 1910 US Census, , 1910; Census Place: Estillville, Scott, Virginia; Roll: T624_1648; Page: 22B; Enumeration District: 0067; FHL microfilm: 1375661.

Wil Vicars

M, (1827 - )
Father*Paul Vicars (1787 - Aug 28, 1855)
Mother*Susannah Barker1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     Wil Vicars was born in 1827.

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

William Vicars1

M, (circa 1775 - 1827)
Father*Robert Vicars (Nov 8, 1747 - Mar 13, 1821)
Mother*Lydia Jackson1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     William Vicars Appeared with Robert on Russell Co. VA personal property tax list for 1796, 1797, 1798, and 1799. Probably moved with Joseph to Southeastern Kentucky near Tennessee border ca. 1800 and appears with his family as neighbor to Joseph in the 1810 census of Wayne Co. KY. Removed to Warren Co. TN with Joseph in Fall of 1810. Shown in 1820 Warren Co. census. Died by 1827, brother Joseph was administrator of the estate (1827, Will Book 1-8).1 He was born circa 1775 at Fincastle, Virginia, US.2,3 He married an unknown person before 1810 at Kentucky, US, prob. Wayne Co. He died in 1827 at Warren, Tennessee, US.4

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  2. [S70] DAR Application Patricia Lu VICARS Russell.
  3. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999, See will of Robert Vicars.
  4. [S72] Unknown author, Warren CO, TN Will Book 1.

William Henderson Vicars1

M
William Henderson Vicars
Father*John Vicars1 (circa 1782 - circa 1829)
Mother*MIRANDA Alves1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants

Citations

  1. [S154] Nickels Photograph Collection, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bknichols/…

William P. Vicars1

M, (Jul 23, 1881 - 1933)
Father*Paul Vicars (Nov 14, 1850 - Feb 24, 1915)
Mother*Justine Baker (Feb 11, 1848 - Jun 24, 1915)
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     William P. Vicars buried Kilgore Cemetery, Scott Co., VA possibly married 2nd to Savannah Meade, 3 Dec. 1918, Wise Co., VA.1 He was also known as Willie Vicars. He was born on Jul 23, 1881 at Nickelsville, Scott, Virginia, US.1 He married Nannie Kilgore, daughter of H. E. Kilgore and Ellen (?), on Oct 16, 1902 at Scott, Virginia, US.1,2 William P. Vicars died in 1933.3 He was buried at Culbertson Cemetery Across the road from Gillenwater Chapel, Scott, Virginia, US.3

Family

Nannie Kilgore (1884 - )

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.
  2. [S36] Phyllis Lousie Willits (Enhanced & indexed) Peterson, Scott Marriage 3 1894-1912, p 43 / 33.
  3. [S43] Phyllis Lousie Willits Peterson, Scott Cemetery Vol. 6, p. 51.

William P. Vicars

M, (circa 1879 - )
Father*David Campbell Vicars (1824 - May 3, 1910)
Mother*Cynthia Richardson1
ChartsJames Vicars Descendants
     William P. Vicars was born circa 1879 at Russell, Virginia, US.

Citations

  1. [S66] Dawna J Vicars, 1/1/1999.

Almira Jane Wagner1

F, (Dec 22, 1866 - Sep 4, 1942)
ChartsWilliam Carter Descendants
William Skipwith Descendants
     Her married name was Carter.1 Almira Jane Wagner married Conley Trigg Carter, son of Morgan Galiton Carter and Elizabeth Osborne.1,2 Almira Jane Wagner was born on Dec 22, 1866 at Elliott, Kentucky, US.3 She died on Sep 4, 1942 at Elliott, Kentucky, US, at age 75.3 She was buried at Trigg Carter Cemetery, Sandy Hook, Elliott, Kentucky, US.3

Family

Conley Trigg Carter (Sep 14, 1855 - Feb 6, 1939)

Citations

  1. [S34] T M Carter, "T M Carter - Family Data Sheet."
  2. [S62] Rita K. Sutton, Early Carters in Scott, Part I p 11.
  3. [S141] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/

Beatrice Walford1

F, (1899 - 1971)
ChartsWilliam Carter Descendants
William Duncan Descendants
William Skipwith Descendants
     Her married name was Carter.1 Beatrice Walford was born in 1899.2 She married Bradley Carter, son of Harvey Mitchell Carter and Martha Elizabeth Duncan, in 1921.1,2 Beatrice Walford died in 1971.2

Family

Bradley Carter (Apr, 1889 - 1979)

Citations

  1. [S129] Peggy Carter Taylor, "Peggy Carter Taylor Worksheets."
  2. [S143] Ancestry.com, online http://boards.ancestry.com/, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9461660/person/-794152207

Emma Walker1

F
ChartsWilliam Carter Descendants
William Skipwith Descendants
     Emma Walker married John Trigg Carter, son of Solomon Frazier Carter.1

Citations

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

John Walker1

M
     John Walker married Ann Houston Hudson in 1756.1

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

Susannah Walker1

F
Father*John Walker1
Mother*Ann Houston Hudson1
     Susannah Walker married Patrick Porter circa 1756 at Orange, North Carolina, US.1

Family

Patrick Porter (circa 1737 - 1806)
Children

Citations

  1. [S17] Richard MacIntyre.

William Walker1

M
ChartsWilliam Culbertson Descendants
     William Walker married Elizabeth Culbertson, daughter of James Culbertson and Mary Kilgore.1

Family

Elizabeth Culbertson (Aug 29, 1791 - Mar 12, 1870)

Citations

  1. [S46] Olga Jones & Izora Waters Frizzell Edwards, The "Connection" In East Tennessee, p.218.