Fear Brewster1

F, #1351
Last Edited14 Jun 2018
Relationship10th great-grandmother of Constance Murray Chappell
Fear Brewster was born. She was the daughter of Elder William Brewster and Mary Brewster.1

Fear Brewster married Isaac Allerton.1 Her married name was Fear Brewster Allerton.1

Fear Brewster Allerton died.

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Father*Elder William Brewster1 b. 1566, d. 1644
Mother*Mary Brewster1

Child of Fear Brewster and Isaac Allerton




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Citations

  1. [S208] Membership application, Pattie Old Ribble, 6030, Virginia Society Colonial Dames of America, Constance Murray Chappell, 9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231.

William Field1

M, #1352, b. circa 1735, d. after 12 February 1799
Last Edited26 Nov 2008
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
William Field was born circa 1735 at Culpepper, Culpeper County, Virginia. He participated in military service and his rank was Lt.1

William Field married Hannah Roberts, daughter of Benjamin Roberts.1

William Field died after 12 February 1799, Elizabeth Field.

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Child of William Field and Hannah Roberts




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Citations

  1. [S208] Membership application, Pattie Old Ribble, 6030, Virginia Society Colonial Dames of America, Constance Murray Chappell, 9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231.

Hannah Roberts1

F, #1353
Last Edited26 Nov 2008
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Constance Murray Chappell
Hannah Roberts was born. She was the daughter of Benjamin Roberts.1

Hannah Roberts married William Field.1 Her married name was Hannah Roberts Field.1

Hannah Roberts died.

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Father*Benjamin Roberts1

Child of Hannah Roberts and William Field




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Citations

  1. [S208] Membership application, Pattie Old Ribble, 6030, Virginia Society Colonial Dames of America, Constance Murray Chappell, 9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231.

Benjamin Roberts1

M, #1354
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
Benjamin Roberts participated in military service and his rank was Captain.1 He was born.

Benjamin Roberts died.

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Child of Benjamin Roberts




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Citations

  1. [S208] Membership application, Pattie Old Ribble, 6030, Virginia Society Colonial Dames of America, Constance Murray Chappell, 9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231.

Elder William Brewster1

M, #1355, b. 1566, d. 1644
Last Edited14 Jun 2018
Relationship11th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
Elder William Brewster was born in 1566.2

Elder William Brewster married Mary Brewster.1

Elder William Brewster died in 1644.2
William Brewster was born around 1566. He was an Elder and teacher of the church in Leiden, and he continued his leadership in Plymouth. William was involved with printing religious materials in Leiden, which forced him to go into hiding from English authorities before the departure of Mayflower. He was the highest ranking Separatist church official to voyage on Mayflower.

William married a woman named Mary around 1592, with whom he had 5 surviving children. Two of their children were Mayflower passengers, while the elder three joined the family in America later. He died in Duxbury in 1644.
2

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Child of Elder William Brewster and Mary Brewster




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Citations

  1. [S208] Membership application, Pattie Old Ribble, 6030, Virginia Society Colonial Dames of America, Constance Murray Chappell, 9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231.
  2. [S554] Mayflower Ancestors, online mayflower.americanancestors.org, Brewster, William. c. 1556 - 1644. https://mayflower.americanancestors.org/william-2. Hereinafter cited as Mayflower Ancestors.

Mary Brewster1

F, #1356
Last Edited14 Jun 2018
Relationship11th great-grandmother of Constance Murray Chappell
Mary Brewster was born.

Mary Brewster married Elder William Brewster.1

Mary Brewster died.

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Child of Mary Brewster and Elder William Brewster




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Citations

  1. [S208] Membership application, Pattie Old Ribble, 6030, Virginia Society Colonial Dames of America, Constance Murray Chappell, 9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231.

Maria E Bolling1

F, #1357, b. 1825
Last Edited24 Jan 2008
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Constance Murray Chappell
Maria E Bolling was born in 1825 based on the 1860 census.1 She was the daughter of Robert Bolling and Mary Nancy Blackwell.1 Maria E Bolling was born in 1832 based on the 1850 census.

Mary Nancy Blackwell, Maria E Bolling, Clara Yates Bolling, Susan G.P. Bolling, William Henry Bolling and Anna Bland Bolling appeared in the 1850 census on 12 September 1850 as a household member living with Robert Bolling at Brunswick County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Maria Bolling, age 18, born in Virginia; Robert Bolling, age 65, born in Virginia, planter.2

Maria E Bolling, Clara Yates Bolling and William Henry Bolling appeared in the 1860 census on 31 July 1860 as a household member living with Robert Bolling at Brunswick County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1860. She was listed as Maria E Bolling, age 35, born in Virginia. Her real estate is valued at $200; her personal property, at $1,000; Robt. Bolling, age 74, born in Virginia, farmer. His personal property was valued at $1000.1

Maria E Bolling died.

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Father*Robert Bolling1 b. 1784, d. 1867
Mother*Mary Nancy Blackwell1 b. 1802, d. b 1860



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Citations

  1. [S209] Robt Bolling household, 1860 US Census, Free Population, Brunswick County, Virginia, population schedule, St Andrews Parish, page/sheet 33, dwelling 273, family 252, line 26-29; National Archives.
  2. [S210] Robert Bolling household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, Brunswick County, Virginia, population schedule, Northern Division, dwelling 451, family 451, line 1-7; National Archives; (58 image on ancestry.com).

Mary (?)1

F, #1358
Last Edited24 Jan 2008

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Citations

  1. [S210] Robert Bolling household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, Brunswick County, Virginia, population schedule, Northern Division, dwelling 451, family 451, line 1-7; National Archives; (58 image on ancestry.com).

Thomas Marshall Ambler

M, #1359, b. 1829, d. 1880
Last Edited24 Jan 2008
Thomas Marshall Ambler was born in 1829.

Thomas Marshall Ambler married Anna Bland Bolling, daughter of Robert Bolling and Mary Nancy Blackwell, on 20 May 1856.

Thomas Marshall Ambler died in 1880.

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Ann E Gilliam1

F, #1360, b. 1840, d. after 1910
Last Edited27 Jul 2009
Ann E Gilliam was born in 1840 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Reuben Gilliam and Elizabeth C (?)2 Her married name was Ann E Gilliam Bolling.1

Ann E Gilliam married William Henry Bolling, son of Robert Bolling and Mary Nancy Blackwell, before 1872.1

Ann E Gilliam Bolling appeared in the 1880 census as the wife of William Henry Bolling on 22 June 1880 at Red Oak, Brunswick County, Virginia. She was listed as Ann E Bolling, age 40, married, born in Virginia, keeping house; William H Bolling, age 45, married, born in Virginia, farmer.1 Anna B Bolling and Ann E Gilliam Bolling was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart on 21 December 1894 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina, as his sister and mother of Anne Bolling.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
Dec. 21st, 1894

Dear Cousin Charles,

Your last letter received. I am truly delighted to hear what a definite interest you feel in the welfare and prosperity of sister Ann and Anna. I hope you will go to Brunswick as soon as possible and carry Anna home with you. If she is permitted to remain where she is, she will I greatly fear, lead a life of infamy and shame. Now Cousin, please do not fail in this for the sake of our family. Go and carry her down to Sussex.

I will write to Sister Ann this morning urging her to consent to Anna’s going with you. Try to persuade and coax her to go, and if she will not go from coaxing and persuading, try to frighten her into it. Use any means you can to get her to go. If you will do it, I will never forget it, but will even consider it a great favor to me.

No one except God knows what I have felt and suffered on their account. I am an old man now, feeble and with scarcely any memory, but I do feel a great interest in Sister and Anna. I just have enough to live on, by exercising economy, and greatly regret that I can not help them. Frank Jones and Sister Lou will assist you, and advise with you what is the best course to pursue. When you go to Brunswick go by there and see them, and all three of you consult to gather what plan is best to pursue. I think if you will take Anna they will take Sister Ann. If you can get Anna to go with you to your home and surround her with strangers, you and your wife and cousin Sue can reform and control her. Please do not fail to do everything you can to save her. I feel well assured that if she remains in Brunswick, she will be a disgrace to the family.

Please read this letter to Cousin Sue and you and she and your wife can consult about it. Do not fail to go to see Frank Jones and Sister Lou. Jones is a businessman and will do what he can for my sake.

God Bless you and yours and enable you to get Anna and control her. Now Cousin, act promptly and act firmly and let Anna see you are in earnest and are determined to control her, and I hope you will have little trouble with her.

I shall pray God to bless you in your mission, and give you control of Anna. Do make a strong effort to save her. Be gentle but firm with her. Tell her what will be her end if she persists in her present course. ___ her ____ ____ to her mother and to her family and to herself. Write soon.

My very best love to Cousin Sue, your wife and family and yourself.

               Very truly,
               Your cousin T.B. Gilliam
3

Thomas Booth Gilliam sent a letter to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 21 December 1894 from Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina. Mentioned in the letter were Anna B Bolling, Charles Randolph Stewart and Frank T Jones.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
Dec. 21st, 1894

My dearest Sister,

Yours arrived this morning. How shocked, how sorrow stricken I was to read your letter. Surely you do not think of self destruction. Surely you have forgotten that there is a wise and just God who governs and controls all things. I have written to Charles Stewart to go up after Anna, and I hope you will do all in your power to get Anna to go with him. You will know by sad experience that you can not control her. If she remains there she is a doomed woman. If she will go with Cousin Charles, he his wife and cousin Sue may control and reform her. Now my dear Sister, listen to me. Consent for Anna to go and advise and persuade her to go. I know she is all you have. She is a source of trouble and grief to you and rejects all advice and counsel you give her. They may reform her, you cannot.

I was truly rejoiced to hear Lou and Bro. Frank had been to see you and offered to take you down near them.

Now my dear Sister hear me. You cannot control Anna. Stewart and his wife and mother may, and I believe will be able to do so. Give her up into their hands and the hands of the Lord. Pray for her constantly, and I will do the same. Go down near Lou and I am fully persuaded she will do a good part by you. Get brother Frank to advise and help you to manage your affairs. I feel fully assured he will manage them wisely and honestly. You know he is a successful man.

Now my sister, do as I have advised you. Do as Bro. Frank advises you and you may yet have a _____ life.

Put your unbounded trust in God. Pray much and often. ____ and _____ with God. He will always guide and protect you.

Sister, I am your only brother, who has shed many tears over you, prayed many prayers for you and ____, and now do what I have advised you to do.

Hear me Sister, hear me.

God be with you.
3 Ann E Gilliam Bolling, Anna B Bolling and Susan G P Bolling Stewart was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart on 15 January 1895 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
January 15th, 1895

Dear Cousin,

Yours received this morning; and I write that this letter may go off this morning at 10 o’clock. You have little idea how the reading of your letter shocked and unnerved me. I am old and very nervous and while my health is good for one going on 75 years old, yet I have very little strength and am stiff and ____.

I have been praying very earnestly for years for Sister Ann and her family. She has written to me occasionally ever since her marriage, and I have prayed for her and advised her to the best of my ability.

If I were able I would meet you at her home next week. But I am not able. Besides, I do not believe I could stand the fatigue and excitement I should have to endure.

I am very thankful for the definite interest you manifested in behalf of my sister and niece, and your aunt and cousin, and I hope the good Lord will bless you and abundantly for it.

I will write to sister Ann and Lou today, if I do not get so much excited that I can not. I will insist on Lou seeing you and for you and her and brother Frank talking over the whole matter and trying to make the very best arrangements possible for sister Ann and Anna. I think your suggestions are very good, and I believe you mean what you write. Now go off to Brunswick and go by Lou, and I will write to her to go off with you.

Cousin Charles do what you can for sister Ann and Anna, and you will confer a great favor on me and one I will never forget.

I shall pray earnestly to God to bless your united efforts and to save my sister and niece from disgrace and degradation.

As for what sister Ann says about Jones cheating her out of her estate, I know a good deal about that and feel well assured she is altogether mistaken. ____ estate all went to pay security debts and Jones bought the land and paid for it by industry and economy. I do not think he ever wronged cousin Henry and sister Ann out of anything. I know they thought so, but I firmly believe they are mistaken.

Now cousin Charles, you and cousin Sue talk over the whole matter and then go by Frank Jones and talk with him and Lou and get them to go with you to Brunswick. I will also write to sister Ann and insist on her abiding by your advice. I wrote to her and advised her about the first of this year for her to go with Lou and for her to consent for you to take Anna.

Cousin Charles, try to get Anna in your care and do by her as if she were your own dear child. Try to reform her by all means. She is bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh.

Now cousin, try to rescue Anna from degradation and infamy. If you can get her in your power control her looking to God for help. Love to cousin Sue, your wife and children and yourself.

Yours in love,
T.B. Gilliam
3

Thomas Booth Gilliam sent a letter to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 15 January 1895 from Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina. Mentioned in the letter were Charles Randolph Stewart, Anna B Bolling and Frank T Jones.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
January 15th, 1895

My dear sister,

I write to you again though you have not answered my last letter. I have quite recently heard some sad, shocking news about Anna, which I still hope is untrue. God grant it may be ___. I feel sure it will be so, if you and Anna remain where you are; and if she continues to move over ___ ____ ____ by herself as you informed me she was doing.

Now sister, I want you to ____ _____ so now ____ I am going to say. Do not stay where you are. Sell what you have and put yourself and what you have in Frank Jones hands, and let him manage you and all your affairs for I feel well assured he would manage both you and them ______. If I did not fully believe it, I would not advise you to such a course.

Sister, you ought to know you can not manage an estate. I fear, if you undertook to do so you will soon be penniless, and as for Anna , of course she will soon spend what she has, and I greatly fear spend a life of shame and disgrace.

Sister, listen to your only, old brother, who feels a deep and abiding interest in you. You know so little of business and that wicked and dishonest ____, who professes to be your best friend will cheat and defraud you out of all your property and then mock and laugh at you.

I believe Frank Jones will do fairly and honestly with you and your property. He is a businessman and knows how both to save and how to make money. And I believe if you were near Lou she would see that you were well treated and would take good care of you.

You see that you cannot control Anna, but that she is a source of trouble and worry to you. I do not believe you will ever be able to control her, ‘til God has changed her heart and her life.

Sister, consult with Frank Jones, Lou and Charles Stewart, and do as they advise. Let Charles Stewart take Anna and try to control and reform her. You have tried long enough to see and know she will not be controllable by you. I do hope you will listen to your old gray headed brother, who _____ and sighs and weeps over your situation. If you and Anna are afraid to trust Anna’s property to Charles, let Jones manage that as well as your own.

I have written to bro. Frank and Lou and Charles Stewart to go to see you and try to persuade you to dome course that will be better both for you and Anna.

I shall continue to pray for you and Anna and hope the good Lord will direct you in all things.

Sister, do not think of remaining where you are and Anna ____ ____ over the neighborhood. You write that you feared the neighbors would drive you away on account of Anna’s conduct. Do ____ ____ ____ but go of your own free will and ____ ____ while you can. Sister, listen to me, and I feel ___ ___ never regret it.      

Your ____
T.B. Gilliam

PS If you knew the tears I have shed and the trouble I have seen ____ ____, you would listen to me.
3

Thomas Booth Gilliam sent a letter to Ann E Gilliam on 19 September 1896. Mentioned in the letter were Anna B Bolling, Charles Randolph Stewart and Frank T Jones.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
Sept. 19th, 1896

Dear Sister,

You last received. I was sorry, truly sorry that I could not send you more money than I did. I received a letter from Lou yesterday saying you had sent for Bro. Frank to go to see you next Tuesday. I hope he will go and that you and he will discuss and agree on some plan by which you can leave that old den in Brunswick in which you have been living a dying death for twenty years.

When I recall the letters you have written me in that time and recall the pictures you have drawn of the life you were living and the privations you were suffering, how, as a brother , could I do otherwise than weep and mourn over your situation? If I loved you , as I do, how could I help weeping and suffering over your situation?

Now sister, you see and feel that you can not live on in the future as you have done in the past, I hope you will act ____ and prudently and listen to Frank Jones and I say to you . If cousin Henry did request you to remain where you are and cultivate the farm, you have tried that and now as a result you are nearly on starvation. Besides I reckon he thought Anna would be a help and comfort to you, but instead of that she has been a curse to you, and will continue to be one and more so. I understand she is acting as badly as ever, even more. And how Dr. Jones can persuade you to continue living there in hope of reforming Anna I can not see. You ought to be able to see the utter folly of continuing to live the life you are living. You wrote me that Anna was unkind to you and had beaten you. How can you stand such treatment from a child who has been so much indulged and _____ as she has been. I suppose even now you are feeding and cooking and washing for her, and she traipses around looking for men. Sister, if your old mother could know the life you have led for the last few years she would be shocked. I do not mean that you have done anything mean, but then you are living with Anna and she a common prostitute. I recollected you mention that you did not know whether Anna’s child would be white or black.

Now sister, I hope as you have sent for Frank Jones, you will talk to him freely and listen to the advise he may give you. I think he will offer you a home with Lou and will try to manage your affairs wisely and if he does, I entreat you my sister to accept his offer.

You little know how much pleasure and joy it would gain me to know you had left Anna forever. She is old enough to take care of herself and if she does not know she is not too old to learn.

Sister, listen to us: act wisely and you will ever rejoice that you have done so.

Your brother,
T.B. Gilliam
3

Thomas Booth Gilliam sent a letter to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 28 January 1897 from Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina. Mentioned in the letter were Anna B Bolling, Walter C Davis and Frank T Jones.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
January 28th, 1897

My dear sister,

I wrote to you not long since. You have not answered that letter; but I write again. I study greatly about you both by day and by night and pray to God to open your eyes and enable you to see that you are doing more than he or your relatives know you ought to do. If there was any chance of your reforming Anna by your remaining with her it would be different, but you must see that there is none. Consequently for you to spend the short remainder of your days in working and _____ with suffering on Anna’s account as you are now doing and have been doing for several years, God is too just a god to require it of you. You are just suffering for naught. Suffering a lingering and miserable death. If you remain where you are I shall not be surprised at any time to hear of your death.

Sister, leave Brunswick and go to Dinwiddie. I fully believe Sister Lou would gladly receive you and take good care of you, and I also believe both Frank Jones and Walter Davis would help you and make the rest of your life as pleasant as possible. Sister, listen to your old brother who loves you and often grieves that he cannot influence you in what he fully believes is required. If you can not do any other way, leave everything you have behind and go. Let Lou and brother Frank advise you.

I expect to go to Virginia in the Spring or Summer and would be so delighted to find you in Dinwiddie, but if you remain where you are, you have nothing to give me to eat and no where for me to sleep. And besides, I never want to lay my eyes on Anna again. She has forfeited both my love and respect.

Sister, write to me and write me that you will take my advise.

I would be so rejoiced to meet you, but I cannot do so unless you leave Brunswick and go to Dinwiddie.

Sister write.
               Your old brother
               T.B. Gilliam
3

Ann E Gilliam Bolling appeared in the 1900 census as the head of household on 25 June 1900 at Red Oak, Brunswick County, Virginia. Also living in the house was, her daughter, Anna B Bolling, her grandson, Lee Bolling. She was listed as Ann Bolling, age 66, widowed, born May 1834 in Virginia, no occupation.4

M.A. Jones & Co sent a letter to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 11 June 1901 from Jonesboro, Nelson County, Virginia.3 The letter to Ann E Gilliam read as follows:
Jonesboro, VA
June 11th, 1901

Dear Mrs. Bolling,

Your order to hand, in reply will say you have already gotten more goods than we promised to let you have. So we can’t let you have any more unless you give us a deed on your land.

     Very respectfully,
     M.A. Jones & Co.
3 Ann E Gilliam Bolling and Anna B Bolling was mentioned in a letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart on 9 October 1901 at Barrow's Store, Virginia.3 The letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Barrows Store, VA
Oct. 9th, 1901

Mr. Charles Stewart
Aivland, VA

Dear Sir,

Miss Ann E. Bolling and her daughter Miss Anna have sold their tract of land and Mr. Frank Jones, Mrs. Bolling’s brother in law has kindly consented to take her and care for her, and Miss Anna wants to go down and live with you and she requested me to write you and ask you if you would let her come to your house and live as one of your family. She is willing to assist you in any work that she can do to help make a support. She wants to let you take her part of the proceeds of the land and keep it for her, and when ever she needs any of it. Write her at once to Jonesboro Post Office.

     Very Truly,
     Chas. S. Barrow
3 Ann E Gilliam Bolling and Anna B Bolling was mentioned in a letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart on 14 November 1901 at Barrow's Store, Virginia.3 The letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Barrow’s Store, VA
Nov. 14th, 1901

Mr. Chas. R. Stewart
Aivland PO

Dear Sir,

I went up to Blackstone today and called at the post office to see about getting the order for the $277.72 ______ the PM informed me that it would cash 90. So I decided to send you a certified check and not let it cash you anything and you can get a check cashed anywhere that you can get a post office order cashed, and some places that you could not get a post office order cashed. As you can not get a order of that kind paid anywhere except a monied order office, and any merchant will cash a check that has that amount of money. So enclosed please find my check certified to by the cashier which upon receipt of this you will send my note by mail. Tell Miss Anna I hope she is getting along nicely and like in that situation. Tell her I saw her mother last Saturday and she was well, she has not moved from the old place yet, I hear Mr. Jones is not willing for her to go to his house. I don’t know whether it is so or not. Awaiting the enclosure of my note.

          I am very truly yours,
          Chas. S. Barrow
3 Ann E Gilliam Bolling also appeared in a news article about Anna B Bolling's murder at Petersburg, Virginia, on 29 June 1904 with Anna B Bolling and Charles Randolph Stewart.5

Anna B Bolling's news article read as follows:
Bolling Murder Mystery

Inquest of the Coroner's Jury fails to Explain it -- The Testimony Dispells the Theory of Suicide

Truitt, VA., June 29 - Special - The coroner's investigation in the Annie Balling case, the young woman who was found dead in the woods near here last Sunday morning was postponed until yesterday in order to secure the services of the Commonwealth Attorney of Sussex county. It was resumed yesterday at 2 o'clock before Coroner T. J. Hill, and after nearly two days of a tedious and tiresome invetigation the jury after a close and careful consideration of all the evidence rendered a verdict that the unfortunate woman came to herdeath by the hads of some unknown person. Many witnesses were examined the examination being conducted by Mr. William B Cocke, the commonwealth Attorney of Sussex county.

This s one of the most mysterious and horrible cases that has happened in this community for years and one that has stirred the citizens to the highest pitch of excitement. A large crowd attended the hearing each day and paid the cosest attention to every word of the evidence and it is the universal opinion that it is a clear case of murder as there was nothing whatever to show that the woman committed suicide, nothing being found near where she lay that she could possibly have taken her life with, and the fact of the body's having been burned at a place where it was made it a matter of impossibility for a fire to have started without someone setting it on fire. This shows that the body was burned with the purpose of hidingthe crime. Again the hair after having been cut from herhead was found directly on the ground and cinders where the fire had burned over showing plainly that it was put there by some one after the fire had done its work.

The young lady's mother lives in Brunswick county near Burrow's Store P.O. and it is said was quite wealthy at one time.

Miss Bolling had lived with Mr. C. R. Stewart for the past three years, he being her first cousin. The testimony of all the witnesses were taken down in writing and is in the hads of the Commonwealth's Attorney for still further investigation and he will leave no stone unturned in bringing the guilty one forward to be punished for this dastardly crime in our midst.
5

Ann E Gilliam sent a letter to Charles Randolph Stewart on 2 August 1904 from Darville, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Mentioned in the letter were Anna B Bolling, Thomas Booth Gilliam and Walter C Davis.3 The letter from Ann E Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart read as follows:
Darville, Dinwiddie Co
Aug. 2nd 1904

Dear Charlie,

Nearly three long years have passed by since I last saw you and yes I am at leisure this evening. I will attempt to _____ an _____ ______ with you although I must confess in the ______ ____ ____ of my letter that I feel inadequate to the task. I remained in Brunswick until the 16th of last November where one kind hearted good nephew Walter Davis received me under his hospitable roof and I am still residing with this kind family. I am satisfied and contented in my home, but the sad and distressing death of my poor unfortunate child Anna has so thoroughly depressed me. I am almost frantic with grief. The news papers are giving sad accounts of her cruel death; killed and her body burned. Have you ever found of who committed the awful deed? My suffering both in mind and body are so great they are almost beyond forbearance and endurance. The hand of affliction is also heavily laid upon me. I am now partially paralyzed; scarcely able to walk; racked with pain day and night. I have but few intervals of ease. I am also in both destitute and dependent circumstances and if I live a short time longer I expect to die in the poorhouse. I only wish I could visit you and your dear family and have a long talk with you. I know you would comfort and console me. I have been told that Anna was insane before her death. Is it so, and if it’s the truth, what caused her insanity? I heard from ____ _____ _____ that _____ bones were put in a box and buried in your graveyard. It must have been an awful sight. Did she ever speak of me and also did she wish to see me? She led an awful life and died an awful death. Sister Leslie Jones has received your letter in regard to Anna’s death. The family are all well and doing well; indeed they are ______ Brother Tom Gilliam is now ____ and gravely ill, his death is hourly expected. He is 83 years old. He says he is ready and willing to go at any moment his maker calls him.

Charlie, please be kind enough to reply to my letter soon and write me full particulars of Anna’s death. Have you found out who committed the awful deed; and if so please be kind enough to inform me. _______ me if she was satisfied in your house, and also did she go in society. What has become of her ______; ____ ____ she ____ it.

Give my ____ _____ and kindest regards to each and every member of your dear family, particularly your good mother.

Reply to my letter soon. I will thank you kindly to do so.

      Very affectionately,
               Ann E. Bolling
3

Ann E Gilliam sent a letter to Charles Randolph Stewart on 23 August 1904 from Darville, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Mentioned in the letter were Anna B Bolling and Thomas Booth Gilliam.3 The letter from Ann E Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart read as follows:
Darville PO
Dinwiddie Co., VA
Aug. 23rd, 1904

Dear Charlie

Your very kind, ______ _____ ______ ______ letter ____ ______ received; and as I am all alone I will endeavor to while away the long tedious hours by replying I am truly sorry it is not in your power to give me some information in regard to the murder of my poor unfortunate child Anna. I suppose the entire affair is shrouded in deep mystery. It is not in my power to visit you, because I am now in a very low state of health and my mind is so troubled and distressed over the sad death of Anna that it will be utterly impossible for me to take the trip. I suppose you have visited Mr. Barrow. He came down to see us last week and informed me that he paid you $277.72 for Anna. As I am now in both destitute and desperate circumstances, and I am now all alone in this cold and unfriendly world; you will please be kind enough to pay me the remainder, as I do not suppose she consumed the whole amount. You will also please return any jewelry which she carried to your house. My father gave it to me and I feel very strongly attached to it for his sake; please let me have it. I will thank you kindly to do so.

I particularly request that you will reply to my letter soon and give me all the ____ ______ ___ _____ possibly is ______ _____ concerning the ______ ______ of my dead unfortunate child. _____

My love to all. Please reply soon.

               Your Aunt,
               A.E. Bolling

Brother Tom Gilliam died last Sunday, aged 83. _____ for ______.
               A.E.B.(initials)
3

Ann E Gilliam appeared in the 1910 census as an aunt of Walter C Davis on 1910 in Darvills, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Ann Bolling, age 68; Walter C Davis.6

Ann E Gilliam Bolling died after 1910 at Virginia as she appeared in the 1910 census with Walter C Davis, but not in the 1920 census with Walter.

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Father*Reuben Gilliam d. a 1840
Mother*Elizabeth C (?)2 b. c 1798

Child of Ann E Gilliam and William Henry Bolling




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Citations

  1. [S211] William H Bolling household, 1880 US Census, Brunswick County, Virginia, population schedule, Red Oak, enumeration district (ED) 26, page/sheet 41A/175, dwelling 358, family 338, line 9-11; National Archives.
  2. [S392] Gregory Gilliam, "Gilliam, Gregory - Genealogy records", 2008 (unknown compiler address). Unknown comments, From an email dated 25 Oct 2008. Hereinafter cited as "Gregory Gilliam Genealogy records."
  3. [S386] Steve Stewart, "Steve Stewart Genealogy records", 2008 (Fredericksburg, Texas). Unknown comments, taken from letters submitted at evidence at the murder trial in 1904. Hereinafter cited as "Steve Stewart Genealogy records."
  4. [S76] Ann Bolling household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Red Oad, enumeration district (ED) 12, page/sheet 27/14A & 28/14B, dwelling 248, family 248, line 49-50 & line 1, next page; National Archives.
  5. [S387] Unknown, Petersburg (VA) Daily Index - Appeal (Petersburg, VA), Appeared Friday, 1 Jul 1904. "Bolling Murder Mystery."
  6. [S78] Walter C Davis household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Darvills, enumeration district (ED) 21, page/sheet 3, dwelling dwelling, family family, line line; National Archives; (Must view the film as the image is missing from ancestry.com).

Anna B Bolling1

F, #1361, b. September 1872, d. 21 June 1904
Last Edited30 Jul 2009
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Anna B Bolling was born in September 1872 at Virginia.2,1 She was the daughter of William Henry Bolling and Ann E Gilliam.1

Anna B Bolling appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of William Henry Bolling on 22 June 1880 at Red Oak, Brunswick County, Virginia. She was listed as Anna B Bolling, age 7, born in Virginia, at home. She could not read or write; William H Bolling, age 45, married, born in Virginia, farmer.1 Anna B Bolling and Ann E Gilliam Bolling was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart on 21 December 1894 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina, as his neice, daughter of his sister Anne.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
Dec. 21st, 1894

Dear Cousin Charles,

Your last letter received. I am truly delighted to hear what a definite interest you feel in the welfare and prosperity of sister Ann and Anna. I hope you will go to Brunswick as soon as possible and carry Anna home with you. If she is permitted to remain where she is, she will I greatly fear, lead a life of infamy and shame. Now Cousin, please do not fail in this for the sake of our family. Go and carry her down to Sussex.

I will write to Sister Ann this morning urging her to consent to Anna’s going with you. Try to persuade and coax her to go, and if she will not go from coaxing and persuading, try to frighten her into it. Use any means you can to get her to go. If you will do it, I will never forget it, but will even consider it a great favor to me.

No one except God knows what I have felt and suffered on their account. I am an old man now, feeble and with scarcely any memory, but I do feel a great interest in Sister and Anna. I just have enough to live on, by exercising economy, and greatly regret that I can not help them. Frank Jones and Sister Lou will assist you, and advise with you what is the best course to pursue. When you go to Brunswick go by there and see them, and all three of you consult to gather what plan is best to pursue. I think if you will take Anna they will take Sister Ann. If you can get Anna to go with you to your home and surround her with strangers, you and your wife and cousin Sue can reform and control her. Please do not fail to do everything you can to save her. I feel well assured that if she remains in Brunswick, she will be a disgrace to the family.

Please read this letter to Cousin Sue and you and she and your wife can consult about it. Do not fail to go to see Frank Jones and Sister Lou. Jones is a businessman and will do what he can for my sake.

God Bless you and yours and enable you to get Anna and control her. Now Cousin, act promptly and act firmly and let Anna see you are in earnest and are determined to control her, and I hope you will have little trouble with her.

I shall pray God to bless you in your mission, and give you control of Anna. Do make a strong effort to save her. Be gentle but firm with her. Tell her what will be her end if she persists in her present course. ___ her ____ ____ to her mother and to her family and to herself. Write soon.

My very best love to Cousin Sue, your wife and family and yourself.

               Very truly,
               Your cousin T.B. Gilliam
3 Anna B Bolling, Charles Randolph Stewart and Frank T Jones was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 21 December 1894 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
Dec. 21st, 1894

My dearest Sister,

Yours arrived this morning. How shocked, how sorrow stricken I was to read your letter. Surely you do not think of self destruction. Surely you have forgotten that there is a wise and just God who governs and controls all things. I have written to Charles Stewart to go up after Anna, and I hope you will do all in your power to get Anna to go with him. You will know by sad experience that you can not control her. If she remains there she is a doomed woman. If she will go with Cousin Charles, he his wife and cousin Sue may control and reform her. Now my dear Sister, listen to me. Consent for Anna to go and advise and persuade her to go. I know she is all you have. She is a source of trouble and grief to you and rejects all advice and counsel you give her. They may reform her, you cannot.

I was truly rejoiced to hear Lou and Bro. Frank had been to see you and offered to take you down near them.

Now my dear Sister hear me. You cannot control Anna. Stewart and his wife and mother may, and I believe will be able to do so. Give her up into their hands and the hands of the Lord. Pray for her constantly, and I will do the same. Go down near Lou and I am fully persuaded she will do a good part by you. Get brother Frank to advise and help you to manage your affairs. I feel fully assured he will manage them wisely and honestly. You know he is a successful man.

Now my sister, do as I have advised you. Do as Bro. Frank advises you and you may yet have a _____ life.

Put your unbounded trust in God. Pray much and often. ____ and _____ with God. He will always guide and protect you.

Sister, I am your only brother, who has shed many tears over you, prayed many prayers for you and ____, and now do what I have advised you to do.

Hear me Sister, hear me.

God be with you.
3 Ann E Gilliam Bolling, Anna B Bolling and Susan G P Bolling Stewart was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart on 15 January 1895 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
January 15th, 1895

Dear Cousin,

Yours received this morning; and I write that this letter may go off this morning at 10 o’clock. You have little idea how the reading of your letter shocked and unnerved me. I am old and very nervous and while my health is good for one going on 75 years old, yet I have very little strength and am stiff and ____.

I have been praying very earnestly for years for Sister Ann and her family. She has written to me occasionally ever since her marriage, and I have prayed for her and advised her to the best of my ability.

If I were able I would meet you at her home next week. But I am not able. Besides, I do not believe I could stand the fatigue and excitement I should have to endure.

I am very thankful for the definite interest you manifested in behalf of my sister and niece, and your aunt and cousin, and I hope the good Lord will bless you and abundantly for it.

I will write to sister Ann and Lou today, if I do not get so much excited that I can not. I will insist on Lou seeing you and for you and her and brother Frank talking over the whole matter and trying to make the very best arrangements possible for sister Ann and Anna. I think your suggestions are very good, and I believe you mean what you write. Now go off to Brunswick and go by Lou, and I will write to her to go off with you.

Cousin Charles do what you can for sister Ann and Anna, and you will confer a great favor on me and one I will never forget.

I shall pray earnestly to God to bless your united efforts and to save my sister and niece from disgrace and degradation.

As for what sister Ann says about Jones cheating her out of her estate, I know a good deal about that and feel well assured she is altogether mistaken. ____ estate all went to pay security debts and Jones bought the land and paid for it by industry and economy. I do not think he ever wronged cousin Henry and sister Ann out of anything. I know they thought so, but I firmly believe they are mistaken.

Now cousin Charles, you and cousin Sue talk over the whole matter and then go by Frank Jones and talk with him and Lou and get them to go with you to Brunswick. I will also write to sister Ann and insist on her abiding by your advice. I wrote to her and advised her about the first of this year for her to go with Lou and for her to consent for you to take Anna.

Cousin Charles, try to get Anna in your care and do by her as if she were your own dear child. Try to reform her by all means. She is bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh.

Now cousin, try to rescue Anna from degradation and infamy. If you can get her in your power control her looking to God for help. Love to cousin Sue, your wife and children and yourself.

Yours in love,
T.B. Gilliam
3 Charles Randolph Stewart, Anna B Bolling and Frank T Jones was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 15 January 1895 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
January 15th, 1895

My dear sister,

I write to you again though you have not answered my last letter. I have quite recently heard some sad, shocking news about Anna, which I still hope is untrue. God grant it may be ___. I feel sure it will be so, if you and Anna remain where you are; and if she continues to move over ___ ____ ____ by herself as you informed me she was doing.

Now sister, I want you to ____ _____ so now ____ I am going to say. Do not stay where you are. Sell what you have and put yourself and what you have in Frank Jones hands, and let him manage you and all your affairs for I feel well assured he would manage both you and them ______. If I did not fully believe it, I would not advise you to such a course.

Sister, you ought to know you can not manage an estate. I fear, if you undertook to do so you will soon be penniless, and as for Anna , of course she will soon spend what she has, and I greatly fear spend a life of shame and disgrace.

Sister, listen to your only, old brother, who feels a deep and abiding interest in you. You know so little of business and that wicked and dishonest ____, who professes to be your best friend will cheat and defraud you out of all your property and then mock and laugh at you.

I believe Frank Jones will do fairly and honestly with you and your property. He is a businessman and knows how both to save and how to make money. And I believe if you were near Lou she would see that you were well treated and would take good care of you.

You see that you cannot control Anna, but that she is a source of trouble and worry to you. I do not believe you will ever be able to control her, ‘til God has changed her heart and her life.

Sister, consult with Frank Jones, Lou and Charles Stewart, and do as they advise. Let Charles Stewart take Anna and try to control and reform her. You have tried long enough to see and know she will not be controllable by you. I do hope you will listen to your old gray headed brother, who _____ and sighs and weeps over your situation. If you and Anna are afraid to trust Anna’s property to Charles, let Jones manage that as well as your own.

I have written to bro. Frank and Lou and Charles Stewart to go to see you and try to persuade you to dome course that will be better both for you and Anna.

I shall continue to pray for you and Anna and hope the good Lord will direct you in all things.

Sister, do not think of remaining where you are and Anna ____ ____ over the neighborhood. You write that you feared the neighbors would drive you away on account of Anna’s conduct. Do ____ ____ ____ but go of your own free will and ____ ____ while you can. Sister, listen to me, and I feel ___ ___ never regret it.      

Your ____
T.B. Gilliam

PS If you knew the tears I have shed and the trouble I have seen ____ ____, you would listen to me.
3 Anna B Bolling, Charles Randolph Stewart and Frank T Jones was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam on 19 September 1896.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
Sept. 19th, 1896

Dear Sister,

You last received. I was sorry, truly sorry that I could not send you more money than I did. I received a letter from Lou yesterday saying you had sent for Bro. Frank to go to see you next Tuesday. I hope he will go and that you and he will discuss and agree on some plan by which you can leave that old den in Brunswick in which you have been living a dying death for twenty years.

When I recall the letters you have written me in that time and recall the pictures you have drawn of the life you were living and the privations you were suffering, how, as a brother , could I do otherwise than weep and mourn over your situation? If I loved you , as I do, how could I help weeping and suffering over your situation?

Now sister, you see and feel that you can not live on in the future as you have done in the past, I hope you will act ____ and prudently and listen to Frank Jones and I say to you . If cousin Henry did request you to remain where you are and cultivate the farm, you have tried that and now as a result you are nearly on starvation. Besides I reckon he thought Anna would be a help and comfort to you, but instead of that she has been a curse to you, and will continue to be one and more so. I understand she is acting as badly as ever, even more. And how Dr. Jones can persuade you to continue living there in hope of reforming Anna I can not see. You ought to be able to see the utter folly of continuing to live the life you are living. You wrote me that Anna was unkind to you and had beaten you. How can you stand such treatment from a child who has been so much indulged and _____ as she has been. I suppose even now you are feeding and cooking and washing for her, and she traipses around looking for men. Sister, if your old mother could know the life you have led for the last few years she would be shocked. I do not mean that you have done anything mean, but then you are living with Anna and she a common prostitute. I recollected you mention that you did not know whether Anna’s child would be white or black.

Now sister, I hope as you have sent for Frank Jones, you will talk to him freely and listen to the advise he may give you. I think he will offer you a home with Lou and will try to manage your affairs wisely and if he does, I entreat you my sister to accept his offer.

You little know how much pleasure and joy it would gain me to know you had left Anna forever. She is old enough to take care of herself and if she does not know she is not too old to learn.

Sister, listen to us: act wisely and you will ever rejoice that you have done so.

Your brother,
T.B. Gilliam
3 Anna B Bolling, Walter C Davis and Frank T Jones was mentioned in a letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling on 28 January 1897 at Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina.3 The letter from Thomas Booth Gilliam to Ann E Gilliam Bolling that mentioned her read as follows:
Wilson, N.C.
January 28th, 1897

My dear sister,

I wrote to you not long since. You have not answered that letter; but I write again. I study greatly about you both by day and by night and pray to God to open your eyes and enable you to see that you are doing more than he or your relatives know you ought to do. If there was any chance of your reforming Anna by your remaining with her it would be different, but you must see that there is none. Consequently for you to spend the short remainder of your days in working and _____ with suffering on Anna’s account as you are now doing and have been doing for several years, God is too just a god to require it of you. You are just suffering for naught. Suffering a lingering and miserable death. If you remain where you are I shall not be surprised at any time to hear of your death.

Sister, leave Brunswick and go to Dinwiddie. I fully believe Sister Lou would gladly receive you and take good care of you, and I also believe both Frank Jones and Walter Davis would help you and make the rest of your life as pleasant as possible. Sister, listen to your old brother who loves you and often grieves that he cannot influence you in what he fully believes is required. If you can not do any other way, leave everything you have behind and go. Let Lou and brother Frank advise you.

I expect to go to Virginia in the Spring or Summer and would be so delighted to find you in Dinwiddie, but if you remain where you are, you have nothing to give me to eat and no where for me to sleep. And besides, I never want to lay my eyes on Anna again. She has forfeited both my love and respect.

Sister, write to me and write me that you will take my advise.

I would be so rejoiced to meet you, but I cannot do so unless you leave Brunswick and go to Dinwiddie.

Sister write.
               Your old brother
               T.B. Gilliam
3

Anna B Bolling sent a letter to Charles Randolph Stewart on 22 January 1900 from Brunswick County, Virginia.3 The letter from Anna B Bolling to Charles Randolph Stewart read as follows:
January 22, 1900

My dear cousin Charlie, I write you a few lines to let you here from me. This leaves me well and hope and hope when these lines reach you _____ find _____ all _____ pleas send me some money mother is sick. _____ ______ ____ _______ my best to Mabel write to me Gorge is _____ with me gorge M. Williams.

Tell cousin Ezer to write to me cousin Charlie come up here and bring wife to see me Miss Bettil is married Mr. ___ plant for ____ _____ for me so good ___ pls write to me and let me hear form you this is form
          
(signature) Anna B. Bolling

To cousin Charlie Stewart
I am poor an am needy having ____ ____ food or ______ _____ ______ ______ for one, ____ can I get it. Please send me some money. Don’t fail to send it.
               Your cousin,
               Anna B Bolling
3

Anna B Bolling appeared in the 1900 census as a daughter of Ann E Gilliam Bolling in Red Oak, Brunswick County, Virginia, on 25 June 1900. She was listed as Anna B Bolling, single, age 27, born Sep 1872 in Virginia. She had had four children, with one still living. She had no occupation; Ann Bolling, age 66, widowed, born May 1834 in Virginia, no occupation.2 Ann E Gilliam Bolling and Anna B Bolling was mentioned in a letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart on 9 October 1901 at Barrow's Store, Virginia.3 The letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Barrows Store, VA
Oct. 9th, 1901

Mr. Charles Stewart
Aivland, VA

Dear Sir,

Miss Ann E. Bolling and her daughter Miss Anna have sold their tract of land and Mr. Frank Jones, Mrs. Bolling’s brother in law has kindly consented to take her and care for her, and Miss Anna wants to go down and live with you and she requested me to write you and ask you if you would let her come to your house and live as one of your family. She is willing to assist you in any work that she can do to help make a support. She wants to let you take her part of the proceeds of the land and keep it for her, and when ever she needs any of it. Write her at once to Jonesboro Post Office.

     Very Truly,
     Chas. S. Barrow
3 Ann E Gilliam Bolling and Anna B Bolling was mentioned in a letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart on 14 November 1901 at Barrow's Store, Virginia.3 The letter from Charles S Barrow to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Barrow’s Store, VA
Nov. 14th, 1901

Mr. Chas. R. Stewart
Aivland PO

Dear Sir,

I went up to Blackstone today and called at the post office to see about getting the order for the $277.72 ______ the PM informed me that it would cash 90. So I decided to send you a certified check and not let it cash you anything and you can get a check cashed anywhere that you can get a post office order cashed, and some places that you could not get a post office order cashed. As you can not get a order of that kind paid anywhere except a monied order office, and any merchant will cash a check that has that amount of money. So enclosed please find my check certified to by the cashier which upon receipt of this you will send my note by mail. Tell Miss Anna I hope she is getting along nicely and like in that situation. Tell her I saw her mother last Saturday and she was well, she has not moved from the old place yet, I hear Mr. Jones is not willing for her to go to his house. I don’t know whether it is so or not. Awaiting the enclosure of my note.

          I am very truly yours,
          Chas. S. Barrow
3

Anna B Bolling died on 21 June 1904 at Sussex County, Virginia, at age 31.4

Anna B Bolling and Charles Randolph Stewart appeared in a news article about Anna B Bolling's murder at Petersburg, Virginia, on 29 June 1904. Ann E Gilliam Bolling was also mentioned.5

Anna B Bolling's news article read as follows:
Bolling Murder Mystery

Inquest of the Coroner's Jury fails to Explain it -- The Testimony Dispells the Theory of Suicide

Truitt, VA., June 29 - Special - The coroner's investigation in the Annie Balling case, the young woman who was found dead in the woods near here last Sunday morning was postponed until yesterday in order to secure the services of the Commonwealth Attorney of Sussex county. It was resumed yesterday at 2 o'clock before Coroner T. J. Hill, and after nearly two days of a tedious and tiresome invetigation the jury after a close and careful consideration of all the evidence rendered a verdict that the unfortunate woman came to herdeath by the hads of some unknown person. Many witnesses were examined the examination being conducted by Mr. William B Cocke, the commonwealth Attorney of Sussex county.

This s one of the most mysterious and horrible cases that has happened in this community for years and one that has stirred the citizens to the highest pitch of excitement. A large crowd attended the hearing each day and paid the cosest attention to every word of the evidence and it is the universal opinion that it is a clear case of murder as there was nothing whatever to show that the woman committed suicide, nothing being found near where she lay that she could possibly have taken her life with, and the fact of the body's having been burned at a place where it was made it a matter of impossibility for a fire to have started without someone setting it on fire. This shows that the body was burned with the purpose of hidingthe crime. Again the hair after having been cut from herhead was found directly on the ground and cinders where the fire had burned over showing plainly that it was put there by some one after the fire had done its work.

The young lady's mother lives in Brunswick county near Burrow's Store P.O. and it is said was quite wealthy at one time.

Miss Bolling had lived with Mr. C. R. Stewart for the past three years, he being her first cousin. The testimony of all the witnesses were taken down in writing and is in the hads of the Commonwealth's Attorney for still further investigation and he will leave no stone unturned in bringing the guilty one forward to be punished for this dastardly crime in our midst.
5 Anna B Bolling, Thomas Booth Gilliam and Walter C Davis was mentioned in a letter from Ann E Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart on 2 August 1904 at Darville, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.3 The letter from Ann E Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Darville, Dinwiddie Co
Aug. 2nd 1904

Dear Charlie,

Nearly three long years have passed by since I last saw you and yes I am at leisure this evening. I will attempt to _____ an _____ ______ with you although I must confess in the ______ ____ ____ of my letter that I feel inadequate to the task. I remained in Brunswick until the 16th of last November where one kind hearted good nephew Walter Davis received me under his hospitable roof and I am still residing with this kind family. I am satisfied and contented in my home, but the sad and distressing death of my poor unfortunate child Anna has so thoroughly depressed me. I am almost frantic with grief. The news papers are giving sad accounts of her cruel death; killed and her body burned. Have you ever found of who committed the awful deed? My suffering both in mind and body are so great they are almost beyond forbearance and endurance. The hand of affliction is also heavily laid upon me. I am now partially paralyzed; scarcely able to walk; racked with pain day and night. I have but few intervals of ease. I am also in both destitute and dependent circumstances and if I live a short time longer I expect to die in the poorhouse. I only wish I could visit you and your dear family and have a long talk with you. I know you would comfort and console me. I have been told that Anna was insane before her death. Is it so, and if it’s the truth, what caused her insanity? I heard from ____ _____ _____ that _____ bones were put in a box and buried in your graveyard. It must have been an awful sight. Did she ever speak of me and also did she wish to see me? She led an awful life and died an awful death. Sister Leslie Jones has received your letter in regard to Anna’s death. The family are all well and doing well; indeed they are ______ Brother Tom Gilliam is now ____ and gravely ill, his death is hourly expected. He is 83 years old. He says he is ready and willing to go at any moment his maker calls him.

Charlie, please be kind enough to reply to my letter soon and write me full particulars of Anna’s death. Have you found out who committed the awful deed; and if so please be kind enough to inform me. _______ me if she was satisfied in your house, and also did she go in society. What has become of her ______; ____ ____ she ____ it.

Give my ____ _____ and kindest regards to each and every member of your dear family, particularly your good mother.

Reply to my letter soon. I will thank you kindly to do so.

      Very affectionately,
               Ann E. Bolling
3 Anna B Bolling and Thomas Booth Gilliam was mentioned in a letter from Ann E Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart on 23 August 1904 at Darville, Dinwiddie County, Virginia.3 The letter from Ann E Gilliam to Charles Randolph Stewart that mentioned her read as follows:
Darville PO
Dinwiddie Co., VA
Aug. 23rd, 1904

Dear Charlie

Your very kind, ______ _____ ______ ______ letter ____ ______ received; and as I am all alone I will endeavor to while away the long tedious hours by replying I am truly sorry it is not in your power to give me some information in regard to the murder of my poor unfortunate child Anna. I suppose the entire affair is shrouded in deep mystery. It is not in my power to visit you, because I am now in a very low state of health and my mind is so troubled and distressed over the sad death of Anna that it will be utterly impossible for me to take the trip. I suppose you have visited Mr. Barrow. He came down to see us last week and informed me that he paid you $277.72 for Anna. As I am now in both destitute and desperate circumstances, and I am now all alone in this cold and unfriendly world; you will please be kind enough to pay me the remainder, as I do not suppose she consumed the whole amount. You will also please return any jewelry which she carried to your house. My father gave it to me and I feel very strongly attached to it for his sake; please let me have it. I will thank you kindly to do so.

I particularly request that you will reply to my letter soon and give me all the ____ ______ ___ _____ possibly is ______ _____ concerning the ______ ______ of my dead unfortunate child. _____

My love to all. Please reply soon.

               Your Aunt,
               A.E. Bolling

Brother Tom Gilliam died last Sunday, aged 83. _____ for ______.
               A.E.B.(initials)
3

Anna B Bolling and Charles Randolph Stewart appeared in a news article about her murder at Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, on 27 August 1904.6

Anna B Bolling and Charles Randolph Stewart appeared in a news article about her murder at The Washington Post, Washington, District of Columbia, on 14 January 1905.7

Anna B Bolling's news article read as follows:
Stewart Not Guilty

Violent Death of Annie Bolling Remains a Mystery

Special to The Washington Post.

Richmond, VA., Jan 13. -- At Sussex Count House this afternoon Charles Randolph Stewart was acquitted. He was charged with murdering his cousin, Annie Bolling, and then burning her body. The jury at first stood eight for acquittal and four for a verdict of murder in the second degree. After consideration the recalcitrant four came over to the majority.

The acquittal of Stewart is said to be due to the testimony relating to an alibi and the instructions of the court on that point. The girl, who was an inmate of Stewart's home, disappeared, and later her charred remains were found in the woods. Her death remains a mystery, but the theory is that she was struck by lightning.
7

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Father*William Henry Bolling1 b. 1832, d. b 1900
Mother*Ann E Gilliam1 b. 1840, d. a 1910

Child of Anna B Bolling




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Citations

  1. [S211] William H Bolling household, 1880 US Census, Brunswick County, Virginia, population schedule, Red Oak, enumeration district (ED) 26, page/sheet 41A/175, dwelling 358, family 338, line 9-11; National Archives.
  2. [S76] Ann Bolling household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Red Oad, enumeration district (ED) 12, page/sheet 27/14A & 28/14B, dwelling 248, family 248, line 49-50 & line 1, next page; National Archives.
  3. [S386] Steve Stewart, "Steve Stewart Genealogy records", 2008 (Fredericksburg, Texas). Unknown comments, taken from letters submitted at evidence at the murder trial in 1904. Hereinafter cited as "Steve Stewart Genealogy records."
  4. [S386] Steve Stewart, "Steve Stewart Genealogy records", Provided copies of the murder inquiry and trial.
  5. [S387] Unknown, Petersburg (VA) Daily Index - Appeal (Petersburg, VA), Appeared Friday, 1 Jul 1904. "Bolling Murder Mystery."
  6. [S479] Libray of Congress, Libray of Congress Digital Collection (Washington, DC), "Citizens to Avenge, A Committee brings about the Arrest of Charles Stewart for Miss Bollings Murder",The Times Dispatch. (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, August 27, 1904, Image 1. Image provided by: Library of Virginia, Richmond. Persistent Link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038615/…
  7. [S395] Unknown author, The Washington Post (Washington, DC), Jan 14, 1905.

Willie M (?)1

F, #1362, b. 1874
Last Edited9 Nov 2008
Willie M (?) was born in 1874 at Virginia.1

Willie M (?) married John James Mitchell, son of Benjamin Franklin Mitchell and Ella Catherine Rose, in 1902.1 Her married name was Willie M Mitchell.1 Willie M (?) was also known as Mittie M Mason Mitchell.

Willie M Mitchell appeared in the 1910 census as the wife of John James Mitchell on 18 April 1910 in Sussex County, Virginia. She was listed as Willie M Mitchell, age 35, born in Virginia. She had been married only once, for 8 years. She had had 5 children, with all still living; John J Mitchell, age 36, born in Virginia, general farmer. He had been married 8 years.1

Willie M (?) died.

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Children of Willie M (?) and John James Mitchell




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Citations

  1. [S70] John J Mitchell household, 1910 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stoney Creek, enumeration district (ED) 121, page/sheet 5B, dwelling 80, family 80, line 72-78; National Archives.

Lora C Mitchell1

F, #1363, b. 1903
Last Edited1 Nov 2008
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Lora C Mitchell was born in 1903 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John James Mitchell and Willie M (?)1

Lora C Mitchell and Frances C Mitchell appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of John James Mitchell on 18 April 1910 in Sussex County, Virginia. She was listed as Lora C Mitchell, age 7, born in Virginia; John J Mitchell, age 36, born in Virginia, general farmer. He had been married 8 years.1

Lora C Mitchell died.

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Father*John James Mitchell1 b. Aug 1873
Mother*Willie M (?)1 b. 1874



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Citations

  1. [S70] John J Mitchell household, 1910 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stoney Creek, enumeration district (ED) 121, page/sheet 5B, dwelling 80, family 80, line 72-78; National Archives.

John J Mitchell1

M, #1364, b. 1904
Last Edited1 Nov 2008
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
John J Mitchell was born in 1904 at Virginia.1 He was the son of John James Mitchell and Willie M (?)1
     John J Mitchell, Ben F Mitchell and William H Mitchell appeared in the 1910 census as a son of John James Mitchell Sussex County, Virginia, on 18 April 1910. He was listed as John J Mitchell, age 6, born in Virginia; John J Mitchell, age 36, born in Virginia, general farmer. He had been married 8 years.1

John J Mitchell died.

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Father*John James Mitchell1 b. Aug 1873
Mother*Willie M (?)1 b. 1874



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Citations

  1. [S70] John J Mitchell household, 1910 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stoney Creek, enumeration district (ED) 121, page/sheet 5B, dwelling 80, family 80, line 72-78; National Archives.

Ben F Mitchell1

M, #1365, b. 1905
Last Edited1 Nov 2008
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Ben F Mitchell was born in 1905 at Virginia.1 He was the son of John James Mitchell and Willie M (?)1

John J Mitchell, Ben F Mitchell and William H Mitchell appeared in the 1910 census as a son of John James Mitchell on 18 April 1910 in Sussex County, Virginia. He was listed as Ben F Mitchell, age 5, born in Virginia ; John J Mitchell, age 36, born in Virginia, general farmer. He had been married 8 years.1

Ben F Mitchell died.

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Father*John James Mitchell1 b. Aug 1873
Mother*Willie M (?)1 b. 1874



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Citations

  1. [S70] John J Mitchell household, 1910 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stoney Creek, enumeration district (ED) 121, page/sheet 5B, dwelling 80, family 80, line 72-78; National Archives.

William H Mitchell1

M, #1366, b. 1906
Last Edited1 Nov 2008
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
William H Mitchell was born in 1906 at Virginia.1 He was the son of John James Mitchell and Willie M (?)1

John J Mitchell, Ben F Mitchell and William H Mitchell appeared in the 1910 census as a son of John James Mitchell on 18 April 1910 in Sussex County, Virginia. He was listed as William H Mitchell, age 4, born in Virginia ; John J Mitchell, age 36, born in Virginia, general farmer. He had been married 8 years.1

William H Mitchell died.

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Father*John James Mitchell1 b. Aug 1873
Mother*Willie M (?)1 b. 1874



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Citations

  1. [S70] John J Mitchell household, 1910 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stoney Creek, enumeration district (ED) 121, page/sheet 5B, dwelling 80, family 80, line 72-78; National Archives.

Frances C Mitchell1

F, #1367, b. November 1908
Last Edited1 Nov 2008
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Frances C Mitchell was born in November 1908 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John James Mitchell and Willie M (?)1

Lora C Mitchell and Frances C Mitchell appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of John James Mitchell on 18 April 1910 in Sussex County, Virginia. She was listed as Frances C Mitchell, age one year and six months, born in Virginia; John J Mitchell, age 36, born in Virginia, general farmer. He had been married 8 years.1

Frances C Mitchell died.

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Father*John James Mitchell1 b. Aug 1873
Mother*Willie M (?)1 b. 1874



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Citations

  1. [S70] John J Mitchell household, 1910 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Stoney Creek, enumeration district (ED) 121, page/sheet 5B, dwelling 80, family 80, line 72-78; National Archives.

M R Jeffery1

M, #1368, b. 1826
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
M R Jeffery was born in 1826 at Virginia.1

M R Jeffery married Annie W (?)1

M R Jeffery appeared in the 1880 census as the head of household on 10 June 1880 at Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. Also living in the house was his wife, Annie W (?), his son, Robert A Jeffery, Richard W Jeffery and Aaron Jeffery, his daughter, Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery, his brother-in-law, Edward R Archer. He was listed as M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

M R Jeffery died.

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Children of M R Jeffery




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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).

Annie W (?)1

F, #1369, b. 1850
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Annie W (?) was born in 1850.1 Her married name was Jeffery.1

Annie W (?) married M R Jeffery.1

Annie W (?) appeared in the 1880 census as the wife of M R Jeffery on 10 June 1880 at Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Annie W Jeffery, age 30, married, born in Virginia, keeping house; M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

Annie W (?), Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1900 census as a neice of Edward R Archer in 303 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia, on 7 June 1900. She was listed as Annie W Jeffery, age 50, born May 1850 in Virginia. Her occupation was teacher; Edward R Archer, age 65, born Mar 1835 in Virginia, single. His occupation is Engineer.2

Annie W (?) died.

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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).
  2. [S105] Edward R Archer household, 1900 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule , Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 63, page/sheet 138/7A, dwelling 78, family 86, line 20-27; National Archives; (and 3 servants).

Robert A Jeffery1

M, #1370, b. 1851
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Robert A Jeffery was born in 1851 at Virginia.1 He was the son of M R Jeffery.1

Robert A Jeffery, Richard W Jeffery and Aaron Jeffery appeared in the 1880 census as a son of M R Jeffery 10 June 1880 Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. He was listed as Robert A Jeffery, age 29, single, born in Viginia. His occupation was Clerk at (Iron) Works; M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

Robert A Jeffery died.

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Father*M R Jeffery1 b. 1826



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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).

Fannie W Jeffery1

F, #1371, b. 1854
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Fannie W Jeffery was born in 1854 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of M R Jeffery.1

Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of M R Jeffery on 10 June 1880 at Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Fannie w Jeffery, age 26, single, born in Virginia; M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

Annie W (?), Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1900 census as a neice of Edward R Archer in 303 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia, on 7 June 1900. She was listed as Fannie W Jeffery, age 40, single, born Jan 1860 in Virginia; Edward R Archer, age 65, born Mar 1835 in Virginia, single. His occupation is Engineer.2

Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1910 census as a neice of Edward R Archer on 25 April 1910 in Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Fannie W Jeffery, age 59, single, born in Virginia. She had no occupation; Edward Archer, age 76, single, born in Virginia. His occupation was chief engineer in the Iron works.3

Fannie W Jeffery died.

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Father*M R Jeffery1 b. 1826



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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).
  2. [S105] Edward R Archer household, 1900 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule , Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 63, page/sheet 138/7A, dwelling 78, family 86, line 20-27; National Archives; (and 3 servants).
  3. [S31] Edward Archer household, 1910 US Census, Richmond Madison Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Henry Ward, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 17A, dwelling 279, family 243, line 25-30; National Archives micropublication T624; (and three servants).

Richard W Jeffery1

M, #1372, b. 1856
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Richard W Jeffery was born in 1856 at Virginia.1 He was the son of M R Jeffery.1

Robert A Jeffery, Richard W Jeffery and Aaron Jeffery appeared in the 1880 census as a son of M R Jeffery on 10 June 1880 at Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. He was listed as Richard W Jeffery, age 24, single, born in Virginia. His occupation was clerk at Tredegar (Iron) Works ; M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

Richard W Jeffery appeared in the 1900 census as a nephew of Edward R Archer in 303 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia, on 7 June 1900. He was listed as Richard W Jeffery, age 45, widowed, born Apr 1855 in Virginia. His occupation was manufacturer ; Edward R Archer, age 65, born Mar 1835 in Virginia, single. His occupation is Engineer.2

Richard W Jeffery appeared in the 1910 census as a nephew of Edward R Archer on 25 April 1910 in Richmond, Virginia. He was listed as Richard W Jeffery, age 55, widowed, born in Virginia. His occupation was Superindentent, Stove Works ; Edward Archer, age 76, single, born in Virginia. His occupation was chief engineer in the Iron works.3

Richard W Jeffery appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 14 April 1930 at Richmond, Virginia. Also living in the house was, his sister, Roberta A Jeffery. He was listed as Richard W Jeffery, age 74, widowed, born in Virginia. He had no occupation. He owned his home.4

Richard W Jeffery died.

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Father*M R Jeffery1 b. 1826



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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).
  2. [S105] Edward R Archer household, 1900 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule , Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 63, page/sheet 138/7A, dwelling 78, family 86, line 20-27; National Archives; (and 3 servants).
  3. [S31] Edward Archer household, 1910 US Census, Richmond Madison Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Henry Ward, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 17A, dwelling 279, family 243, line 25-30; National Archives micropublication T624; (and three servants).
  4. [S44] Richard W Jeffery household, 1930 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 35, page/sheet 20B, dwelling 240, family 346, line 51-53; National Archives; (with Pocohantas Shelton, white female servant, age 28, single, born in Virginia).

Aaron Jeffery1

M, #1373, b. 1863
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Aaron Jeffery was born in 1863 at Virginia.1 He was the son of M R Jeffery.1

Robert A Jeffery, Richard W Jeffery and Aaron Jeffery appeared in the 1880 census as a son of M R Jeffery on 10 June 1880 at Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. He was listed as Aaron Jeffery, age 17, single, born in Virginia, attending school ; M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

Aaron Jeffery died.

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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).

Roberta A Jeffery1

F, #1374, b. 1858
Last Edited26 Jan 2008
Roberta A Jeffery was born in 1858 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of M R Jeffery.1

Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of M R Jeffery on 10 June 1880 at Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Roberta A Jeffery, age 22, single, born in Virginia, at home. She had no occupation; M R Jeffery, age 54, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was Vulcan Iron Works.1

Annie W (?), Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1900 census as a neice of Edward R Archer in 303 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia, on 7 June 1900. She was listed as Roberta A Jeffery, age 38, single, born in Virginia. She had no occupation listed; Edward R Archer, age 65, born Mar 1835 in Virginia, single. His occupation is Engineer.2

Fannie W Jeffery and Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1910 census as a neice of Edward R Archer on 25 April 1910 in Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Roberta A Jeffery, age 52, single, born in Virginia, no occupation; Edward Archer, age 76, single, born in Virginia. His occupation was chief engineer in the Iron works.3

Roberta A Jeffery appeared in the 1930 census as a sister of Richard W Jeffery Richmond, Virginia, on 14 April 1930. She was listed as Roberta Jeffery, age 71, single, born in Virginia; Richard W Jeffery, age 74, widowed, born in Virginia. He had no occupation. He owned his home.4

Roberta A Jeffery died.

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Citations

  1. [S59] M R Jeffery household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 48D, dwelling 404, family 452, line 33-42; National Archives; (with a blank male house servant and a black female cook).
  2. [S105] Edward R Archer household, 1900 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule , Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 63, page/sheet 138/7A, dwelling 78, family 86, line 20-27; National Archives; (and 3 servants).
  3. [S31] Edward Archer household, 1910 US Census, Richmond Madison Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Henry Ward, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 17A, dwelling 279, family 243, line 25-30; National Archives micropublication T624; (and three servants).
  4. [S44] Richard W Jeffery household, 1930 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 35, page/sheet 20B, dwelling 240, family 346, line 51-53; National Archives; (with Pocohantas Shelton, white female servant, age 28, single, born in Virginia).

Westview Cemetery

?, #1375
Last Edited26 Jul 2009
Westview Cemetery - Westview Cemetery is located at 1680 Ralph David Abernathy SW, Atlanta, DeKalb County Georgia.

The following people are buried here.

Frances Ann Allen Richardson - after 10 June 1944. Spouse(s): Thomas Augustine Richardson.

Thomas Augustine Richardson - after 18 May 1949. Spouse(s): Frances Ann Allen Richardson.

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James Eppes1

M, #1376, b. 1741, d. March 1780
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
ChartsPedigree Chart - Mary Horry Eppes
James Eppes was born in 1741.1

James Eppes was Clerk of Charles City County Court on 3 May 1758 at Charles City County, Virginia.1

James Eppes married Mary Bradley, daughter of John Bradley, on 6 July 1768 at Charles City County, Virginia.1

James Eppes died in March 1780 at Charles City County, Virginia.1 Reference: 12324. Number assigned by the Eppes Society.1

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Child of James Eppes and Mary Bradley




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Citations

  1. [S214] John Frederick Dorman, editor, Ancestors And Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia (Petersburg, Virginia: Society of the Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia, 1992), p 184. Hereinafter cited as Francis Epes I of VA.

Mary Bradley1

F, #1377, b. 1749, d. 1795
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Constance Murray Chappell
ChartsPedigree Chart - Mary Horry Eppes
Mary Bradley was born in 1749 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John Bradley.1

Mary Bradley married James Eppes on 6 July 1768 at Charles City County, Virginia.1 As of 6 July 1768, her married name was Eppes.1

Mary Bradley died in 1795 at Virginia.1

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Father*John Bradley1 d. 1769

Child of Mary Bradley and James Eppes




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  1. [S214] John Frederick Dorman, editor, Ancestors And Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia (Petersburg, Virginia: Society of the Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia, 1992), p 184. Hereinafter cited as Francis Epes I of VA.

John Bradley1

M, #1378, d. 1769
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
ChartsPedigree Chart - Mary Horry Eppes
John Bradley was born.

John Bradley died in 1769 at Virginia.1

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Citations

  1. [S214] John Frederick Dorman, editor, Ancestors And Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia (Petersburg, Virginia: Society of the Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia, 1992), p 184. Hereinafter cited as Francis Epes I of VA.

Charles E Anderson Jr1

M, #1379, b. 1858
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Charles E Anderson Jr was born in 1858 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Dr Charles E. Anderson and Sally A. Eppes.1

Charles E Anderson Jr, John R Anderson and Temple C Anderson appeared in the 1870 census as a son of Dr Charles E. Anderson Fairfield, Henrico County, Virginia, 20 August 1870. He was listed as Charles E. Anderson, age 12, born in Virginia, at home, attending school ; Charles Anderson, age 44, born in Virginia. His occupation was physician. His real estate was valued at $5,500; and his personal property, at $500.1

Charles E Anderson Jr appeared in the 1880 census as a neighbor of Dr Charles E. Anderson on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. He was listed as C. E. Anderson Jr; C. E. Anderson MD, age 56, married, born in Virginia, physician.2

Charles E Anderson Jr appeared in the 1880 census as the head of household, free population schedule on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. Dr Charles E. Anderson was listed as a neighbor. He was listed as C. E. Anderson Jr, age 22, single, born in Virginia. His occupation was clerk in a drug store.3

Charles E Anderson Jr died.

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Father*Dr Charles E. Anderson1 b. 1826
Mother*Sally A. Eppes1 b. 1835



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Citations

  1. [S60] Charles Anderson household, 1870 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfield, page/sheet 115/312, dwelling 807, family 820, line 29-35; National Archives.
  2. [S59] C. E. Anderson MD household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 81|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 24-30; National Archives.
  3. [S59] C. E. Anderson Jr household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, ED 82|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 23.

John R Anderson1

M, #1380, b. 1860
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
John R Anderson was born in 1860 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Dr Charles E. Anderson and Sally A. Eppes.1

Charles E Anderson Jr, John R Anderson and Temple C Anderson appeared in the 1870 census as a son of Dr Charles E. Anderson Fairfield, Henrico County, Virginia, 20 August 1870. He was listed as John R Anderson, age 10, born in Virginia, at home, attending school ; Charles Anderson, age 44, born in Virginia. His occupation was physician. His real estate was valued at $5,500; and his personal property, at $500.1

John R Anderson, Temple C Anderson and Everett Anderson appeared in the 1880 census as a son of Dr Charles E. Anderson on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. He was listed as Roger Anderson, age 20, born in Virginia. His occupation was Folder in a Printing Office ; C. E. Anderson MD, age 56, married, born in Virginia, physician.2

John R Anderson died.

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Father*Dr Charles E. Anderson1 b. 1826
Mother*Sally A. Eppes1 b. 1835



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Citations

  1. [S60] Charles Anderson household, 1870 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfield, page/sheet 115/312, dwelling 807, family 820, line 29-35; National Archives.
  2. [S59] C. E. Anderson MD household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 81|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 24-30; National Archives.

Florence Anderson1

F, #1381, b. 1865
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Florence Anderson was born in 1865 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Dr Charles E. Anderson and Sally A. Eppes.1

Florence Anderson appeared in the 1870 census as a daughter of Dr Charles E. Anderson Fairfield, Henrico County, Virginia, on 20 August 1870. She was listed as Florence Anderson, age 5, born in Virginia; Charles Anderson, age 44, born in Virginia. His occupation was physician. His real estate was valued at $5,500; and his personal property, at $500.1

Florence Anderson and Lutilda Anderson appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of Dr Charles E. Anderson on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. She was listed as Florence Anderson, age 14, born in Virginia. She was listed as at home due to a spinal disease; C. E. Anderson MD, age 56, married, born in Virginia, physician.2

Florence Anderson died.

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Father*Dr Charles E. Anderson1 b. 1826
Mother*Sally A. Eppes1 b. 1835



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Citations

  1. [S60] Charles Anderson household, 1870 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfield, page/sheet 115/312, dwelling 807, family 820, line 29-35; National Archives.
  2. [S59] C. E. Anderson MD household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 81|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 24-30; National Archives.

Temple C Anderson1

M, #1382, b. 1868
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Temple C Anderson was born in 1868 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Dr Charles E. Anderson and Sally A. Eppes.1

Charles E Anderson Jr, John R Anderson and Temple C Anderson appeared in the 1870 census as a son of Dr Charles E. Anderson Fairfield, Henrico County, Virginia, 20 August 1870. He was listed as Temple C. Anderson, age 2, born in Virginia ; Charles Anderson, age 44, born in Virginia. His occupation was physician. His real estate was valued at $5,500; and his personal property, at $500.1

John R Anderson, Temple C Anderson and Everett Anderson appeared in the 1880 census as a son of Dr Charles E. Anderson on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. He was listed as Temple Anderson, age 12, born in Virginia, at home ; C. E. Anderson MD, age 56, married, born in Virginia, physician.2

Temple C Anderson died.

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Father*Dr Charles E. Anderson1 b. 1826
Mother*Sally A. Eppes1 b. 1835



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Citations

  1. [S60] Charles Anderson household, 1870 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfield, page/sheet 115/312, dwelling 807, family 820, line 29-35; National Archives.
  2. [S59] C. E. Anderson MD household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 81|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 24-30; National Archives.

Everett Anderson1

M, #1383, b. 1872
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Everett Anderson was born in 1872 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Dr Charles E. Anderson and Sally A. Eppes.1

John R Anderson, Temple C Anderson and Everett Anderson appeared in the 1880 census as a son of Dr Charles E. Anderson on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. He was listed as Everett Anderson, age 8, born in Virginia, at home ; C. E. Anderson MD, age 56, married, born in Virginia, physician.1

Everett Anderson died.

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Mother*Sally A. Eppes1 b. 1835



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Citations

  1. [S59] C. E. Anderson MD household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 81|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 24-30; National Archives.

Lutilda Anderson1

F, #1384, b. 1875
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Lutilda Anderson was born in 1875 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Dr Charles E. Anderson and Sally A. Eppes.1

Florence Anderson and Lutilda Anderson appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of Dr Charles E. Anderson on 1 June 1880 at Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia. She was listed as Lutilda Anderson, age 5, born in Virginia, at home; C. E. Anderson MD, age 56, married, born in Virginia, physician.1

Lutilda Anderson died.

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Father*Dr Charles E. Anderson1 b. 1826
Mother*Sally A. Eppes1 b. 1835



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Citations

  1. [S59] C. E. Anderson MD household, 1880 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, enumeration district (ED) 81|94A, page/sheet 29, dwelling 53, family 24-30; National Archives.

(Male) Anderson

M, #1385
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
(Male) Anderson was born.

(Male) Anderson died.

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Citations

  1. [S103] Charles Anderson household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, page/sheet n.p., dwelling 1534, family 1670, line 35-36; National Archives; (image 188 of 422 at ancestry.com).

William E Anderson1

M, #1386, b. 1829
Last Edited27 Jan 2008
William E Anderson was born in 1829 at Virginia.1 He was the son of (Male) Anderson.1

William E Anderson appeared in the 1850 census on 18 November 1850 as a household member living with Dr Charles E. Anderson at Richmond, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as William E Anderson, age 23, born in Virginia, physician. His real estate was valued at $500; Charles Anderson, age 26, born in Virginia. His occupation was physician. His real estate was valued at $600.1

William E Anderson died.

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Citations

  1. [S103] Charles Anderson household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Richmond, page/sheet n.p., dwelling 1534, family 1670, line 35-36; National Archives; (image 188 of 422 at ancestry.com).

Donald Taylor Davis Sr1

M, #1387, b. 28 September 1931, d. 8 June 2011
Last Edited9 Aug 2011
Donald Taylor Davis Sr was born on 28 September 1931 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.1

Donald Taylor Davis Sr married Helen Mae Saunders on 29 December 1952. He was 21 at the time.1

When he was 24, his father, William Featherston Davis Sr, died on 29 September 1955 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 63.1

Donald Taylor Davis Sr married Mary (?) after 1962.

Donald Taylor Davis Sr died on 8 June 2011 at Pascagoula, Jackson County, Mississippi, at age 79. He suffered a severe stroke early on Sunday, June 5th, and never regained consiousness. Donald was survived by his wife, Mary Davis. Donald was survived by his children Donald Taylor Davis Jr, Valerie L Davis, Andrew Burke Davis.

On 9 June 2011, Donald's obituary appeared in the newspaper in Mississippi Press, Mississippi. It listed Mary Davis as surviving him.2

Donald's obituary read:
DAVIS

Donald Taylor "Don" Davis
, 79 of Moss Point, passed from this life quietly among family and friends on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 in Pascagoula due to complications from a brain aneurysm.

He was retired from the United States Navy and served his country in the Korean War. He was a member of BPOE Lodge No. 1120 of Pascagoula and was a member of USSVI Tullibee Base of Mississippi (Submarine Veterans). He and his wife Mary owned and operated Pogo's Lounge in Moss Point.

Don was preceded in death by his parents, Bill and Alice Davis from Lowell, MA; his brothers, Seward and Robert; and his beloved sister Dorothy.

He is survived his wife of forty-eight years, Mary E. Davis of Moss Point; sons, Donald T. Davis, Jr. and wife Elisabeth of Somerville, MA and Andrew B. Davis of Richmond, VA; daughter, Valerie L. Davis of Long Beach, CA; grandchildren, Isis, Rachel, Joshua, Thais and Tycho; brother, Bill Davis of Rittman, OH; long-time neighbors, Ron, Susan, Melissa and Sara Green who are treasured members of the Davis' extended "soul" family; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

Visitation will be Sunday, June 12, 2011 from 6:00 until 8:00pm at Holder-Wells Funeral Home in Moss Point.

Funeral services will be Monday, June 13, 2011 at 11:00am from the funeral home chapel with Pastor Ruby Walters officiating. Graveside services will follow at 1:30pm from Biloxi National Cemetery in Biloxi, Mississippi with full military honors. Serving as pallbearers will be Tommy Moore, Mark Alexander, Terry Scott, Clark Word, Wayne Gordon and Kenny Lee White. Honorary pallbearers will be Roy Dunn, Wyatt Dunn. Arrangements by Holder-Wells Funeral Home, Moss Point, Mississippi. An online register is available at www.holderwellsfuneralhome.com


He was buried on 13 June 2011, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi, aged 79.2

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Father*William Featherston Davis Sr1 b. 6 Jun 1892, d. 29 Sep 1955
Mother*Alice Lalime1 b. 20 Nov 1900, d. 27 Feb 1995

Children of Donald Taylor Davis Sr and Helen Mae Saunders




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S522] Donald Taylor Davis Obituary, Mississippi Press, Mississippi, 9-10 Jun 2011. Hereinafter cited as Mississippi Press.

Helen Mae Saunders1

F, #1388, b. 16 December 1939, d. 27 July 2008
Last Edited1 Jun 2010
Helen Mae Saunders was born on 16 December 1939 at Norfolk, Virginia.1

Helen Mae Saunders married Donald Taylor Davis Sr, son of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime, on 29 December 1952. She was 13 at the time.2 Her married name was Helen Mae Saunders Davis.1

Helen Mae Saunders Davis died on 27 July 2008 at Norfolk, Virginia, at age 68.

On 29 July 2008, Helen's obituary appeared in the newspaper.3

Helen's obituary read:

Helen Davis


Helen M. Davis CHESAPEAKE - Helen Mae Davis, 68, died July 27, 2008. A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. Friday at Altmeyer Funeral Homes, Southside Chapel, Virginia Beach.
3

The memorial service for Helen was held on 1 August 2008.

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Children of Helen Mae Saunders and Donald Taylor Davis Sr




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Citations

  1. [S1] Interview with Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Richmond, VA, 23231), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  3. [S298] Helen Mae Davis Obituary, Virginian-Pilot, The, Newport News, Virginia, 29 July 2008, Local section, Helen Mae Davis, 68, died July 27, 2008. Hereinafter cited as Helen Davis Obituary.

William Featherston Davis Sr1

M, #1389, b. 6 June 1892, d. 29 September 1955
Last Edited6 Jan 2012
William Featherston Davis Sr was born on 6 June 1892 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2,1 He was the son of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge.1

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1910 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 22 April 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as William F Davis, age 17, single, born in Mass. His occupation was engrave, cotton mill ; Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.2

William Featherston Davis Sr registered for the World War 1 Draft between 1917 and 1918 while living at 309 Lincoln Road, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He was listed as William F Davis, age 25, born 6 Jun 1892, widowed, born in Lowell, Mass. He claimed exemption as he supported his infant daughter. His employer was Frisco Amazement Company located at (illegible) Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn. He was described as short and slender with grey eyes and brown hair.3

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Samuel Davis 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 13 January 1920. He was listed as William F Davis, age 27, widowed, born in Mass. His occupation was musician, traveling; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.4

William Featherston Davis Sr married Alice Lalime, daughter of Edward Lalime and Anna (?), on 27 November 1921. He was 29 at the time. They were married in Georgia or New Haven, Conn.1

William Featherston Davis Sr appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 14 April 1930 at Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia. Also living in the house was his wife, Alice Lalime Davis, his son, William Featherstone Davis Jr, Seward Thomas Davis II and Robert Earle Davis, his daughter, Alice Dorothy Davis. He was listed as William F Davis, age 37, married, born in Mass. He was 22 when he married. He was renting his home for $15. His occupation was assistant manager of a theater.5

William Featherston Davis Sr registered for the World War 2 Draft on 27 April 1942 while living in 135 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as William Featherston Davis, age 49, born in Lowell, Mass on 6 Jun 1892. His employer was Laurier Hotel located at 507 Merrimack St, Lowell, Mass. Name and address of person who will always know his address: Mrs Earl Ayer, 135 Third Street, Lowell, Mass.6

William Featherston Davis Sr died on 29 September 1955 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 63. William was survived by his children Alice Dorothy Davis, William Featherstone Davis Jr, Seward Thomas Davis II, Robert Earle Davis, Donald Taylor Davis Sr.1 He was buried after 29 September 1955 in Edson Cemetery.

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Father*Samuel Davis1 b. 1871, d. 1940
Mother*Elizabeth R Judge1 b. 23 Jul 1871, d. 1936

Children of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  3. [S7] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), William F Davis, born 6 Jun 1892.
  4. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.
  5. [S220] Willliam F Davis household, 1930 US Census, Glynn County, Georgia, population schedule, Brunswick City, enumeration district (ED) 64-6, page/sheet 17-B, dwelling 338, family 409, line 63-68; National Archives.
  6. [S130] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War 2 Draft Registration Cards (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), William Featherston Davis.

Alice Lalime1

F, #1390, b. 20 November 1900, d. 27 February 1995
Last Edited1 Jul 2018
Alice Lalime was born on 20 November 1900 at Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Edward Lalime and Anna (?)1

Alice Lalime married William Featherston Davis Sr, son of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge, on 27 November 1921. She was 21 at the time. They were married in Georgia or New Haven, Conn.1 As of 27 November 1921, her married name was Alice Lalime Davis.1

Alice Lalime Davis appeared in the 1930 census as the wife of William Featherston Davis Sr Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on 14 April 1930. She was listed as Alice L Davis, age 29, married, born in Mass, no occupation. She was 22 when she married. Her mother was born in Mass, and her father was French Canadian; William F Davis, age 37, married, born in Mass. He was 22 when he married. He was renting his home for $15. His occupation was assistant manager of a theater.2

Alice Lalime Davis died on 27 February 1995 at Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 94.1

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Father*Edward Lalime1
Mother*Anna (?)1 d. 1947

Children of Alice Lalime and William Featherston Davis Sr




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S220] Willliam F Davis household, 1930 US Census, Glynn County, Georgia, population schedule, Brunswick City, enumeration district (ED) 64-6, page/sheet 17-B, dwelling 338, family 409, line 63-68; National Archives.

Alice Dorothy Davis1

F, #1391, b. 20 September 1924, d. before 2011
Last Edited31 Jul 2011
Alice Dorothy Davis was born on 20 September 1924 at Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.1

Alice Dorothy Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a daughter of William Featherston Davis Sr Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on 14 April 1930. She was listed as Alice D Davis, age 6, born in Georgia; William F Davis, age 37, married, born in Mass. He was 22 when he married. He was renting his home for $15. His occupation was assistant manager of a theater.2

When she was 31, her father, William Featherston Davis Sr, died on 29 September 1955 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 63.1

Alice Dorothy Davis died before 2011.

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Father*William Featherston Davis Sr1 b. 6 Jun 1892, d. 29 Sep 1955
Mother*Alice Lalime1 b. 20 Nov 1900, d. 27 Feb 1995



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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S220] Willliam F Davis household, 1930 US Census, Glynn County, Georgia, population schedule, Brunswick City, enumeration district (ED) 64-6, page/sheet 17-B, dwelling 338, family 409, line 63-68; National Archives.

William Featherstone Davis Jr1

M, #1392, b. 4 July 1925
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
William Featherstone Davis Jr was born on 4 July 1925 at Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia.1 He is the son of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.1

William Featherstone Davis Jr, Seward Thomas Davis II and Robert Earle Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a son of William Featherston Davis Sr in Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on 14 April 1930. He was listed as William F Davis Jr, age 4, born in Georgia ; William F Davis, age 37, married, born in Mass. He was 22 when he married. He was renting his home for $15. His occupation was assistant manager of a theater.2

When he was 30, his father, William Featherston Davis Sr, died on 29 September 1955 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 63.1

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Father*William Featherston Davis Sr1 b. 6 Jun 1892, d. 29 Sep 1955
Mother*Alice Lalime1 b. 20 Nov 1900, d. 27 Feb 1995



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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S220] Willliam F Davis household, 1930 US Census, Glynn County, Georgia, population schedule, Brunswick City, enumeration district (ED) 64-6, page/sheet 17-B, dwelling 338, family 409, line 63-68; National Archives.

Seward Thomas Davis II1

M, #1393, b. 10 September 1926, d. 13 October 2001
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Seward Thomas Davis II was born on 10 September 1926 at Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia.1 He was the son of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.1

William Featherstone Davis Jr, Seward Thomas Davis II and Robert Earle Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a son of William Featherston Davis Sr in Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on 14 April 1930. He was listed as Seward T Davis, age 3 and 7 months, born in Georgia ; William F Davis, age 37, married, born in Mass. He was 22 when he married. He was renting his home for $15. His occupation was assistant manager of a theater.2

Seward Thomas Davis II married Margaret Siberling.

When he was 29, his father, William Featherston Davis Sr, died on 29 September 1955 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 63.1

Seward Thomas Davis II died on 13 October 2001 at Akron, Summit County, Ohio, at age 75.3

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Father*William Featherston Davis Sr1 b. 6 Jun 1892, d. 29 Sep 1955
Mother*Alice Lalime1 b. 20 Nov 1900, d. 27 Feb 1995

Child of Seward Thomas Davis II and Margaret Siberling




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S220] Willliam F Davis household, 1930 US Census, Glynn County, Georgia, population schedule, Brunswick City, enumeration district (ED) 64-6, page/sheet 17-B, dwelling 338, family 409, line 63-68; National Archives.
  3. [S221] Seeward Thomas Davis, Death Certificate: 086947; Volume: 33041, www.ancestry.com, Provo, Utah County, Utah, Seward Thomas Davis II. Born: 10 Oct 1926 in Georgia. Died: 13 Oct 2001 at 12:28 pm in Akron, Summit County, Ohio. Age 75. Died in a hospital. Mother's last name: Lalime. Worked for the US Navy. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Deaths.

Robert Earle Davis1

M, #1394, b. 25 March 1928, d. 3 April 1985
Last Edited1 Jun 2010
Robert Earle Davis was born on 25 March 1928 at Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia.2,1 He was the son of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.1

William Featherstone Davis Jr, Seward Thomas Davis II and Robert Earle Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a son of William Featherston Davis Sr in Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on 14 April 1930. He was listed as Robert Davis, age 2, born in Georgia ; William F Davis, age 37, married, born in Mass. He was 22 when he married. He was renting his home for $15. His occupation was assistant manager of a theater.3

Robert Earle Davis married Elaine (?)

His Social Security Number was 010-22-0553 issued before 1951 at Massachusetts.2

When he was 27, his father, William Featherston Davis Sr, died on 29 September 1955 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 63.1 Robert Earle Davis had 4 children.

Robert Earle Davis died on 3 April 1985 at Roselle, Du Page County, Illinois, at age 57.2,1

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Father*William Featherston Davis Sr1 b. 6 Jun 1892, d. 29 Sep 1955
Mother*Alice Lalime1 b. 20 Nov 1900, d. 27 Feb 1995

Children of Robert Earle Davis and Elaine (?)




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Davis, Robert. Born: 25 Mar 1928. Died: Apr 1985. SSN: 010-22-0553, issued in Mass before 1951. Last residence: 60172, Roselle, Du Page, Illinois, United States of America.
  3. [S220] Willliam F Davis household, 1930 US Census, Glynn County, Georgia, population schedule, Brunswick City, enumeration district (ED) 64-6, page/sheet 17-B, dwelling 338, family 409, line 63-68; National Archives.

Edward Lalime1

M, #1395
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Edward Lalime was born.

Edward Lalime married Anna (?)1

Edward Lalime died.

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Child of Edward Lalime and Anna (?)




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).

Anna (?)1

F, #1396, d. 1947
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Anna (?) was born.

Anna (?) married Edward Lalime.1 Her married name was Lalime.1

Anna (?) died in 1947 at Boston or Lawrence, Massachusetts.1

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Child of Anna (?) and Edward Lalime




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).

Virginia E Davis

F, #1397, b. May 1916
Last Edited1 Jul 2018
Virginia E Davis was born in May 1916 at Massachusetts.1 She is the daughter of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.

Virginia E Davis appeared in the 1920 census as a granddaughter of Samuel Davis on 13 January 1920 in 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was listed as Virginia Davis, age 3 and 10 months, born in Mass. Her mother was born in Rhode Island; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.2

Virginia E Davis was listed as a granddaughter of Samuel Davis on the 1930 Census 139 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 7 April 1930. She was listed as Virginia E Davis, age 14, born in New York, attending school. Her mother was born in Rhode Island; Samuel Davis, age 59, born in England. He was 21 when he first married. He owned his home, valued at $3,000. He emigrated in 1889 and was naturalized. His occupation was foreman, cotton mill.1

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Father*William Featherston Davis Sr b. 6 Jun 1892, d. 29 Sep 1955
Mother*Alice Lalime b. 20 Nov 1900, d. 27 Feb 1995



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Citations

  1. [S219] Samuel Davis household, 1930 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, enumeration district (ED) 9-140, page/sheet 10-A, dwelling 119, family 176, line 26-31; National Archives.
  2. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.

Samuel Davis1

M, #1398, b. 1871, d. 1940
Last Edited27 Jul 2009
Samuel Davis was born in 1871 at England.2

Samuel Davis married Elizabeth R Judge circa 1891 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.3,1

Samuel Davis appeared in the 1910 census as the head of household on 22 April 1910 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Also living in the house was his wife, Elizabeth R Judge, his son, William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis, his daughter, Barbara C Davis. He was listed as Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.3

Samuel Davis appeared in the 1920 census as the head of household on 13 January 1920 at 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Also living in the house was his wife, Elizabeth R Judge, his son, William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis, his daughter, Barbara C Davis, his granddaughter, Virginia E Davis. He was listed as Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.2

Samuel Davis appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 7 April 1930 at 139 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Also living in the house was his wife, Elizabeth R Judge, his son, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis, his daughter, Barbara C Davis, his granddaughter, Virginia E Davis. He was listed as Samuel Davis, age 59, born in England. He was 21 when he first married. He owned his home, valued at $3,000. He emigrated in 1889 and was naturalized. His occupation was foreman, cotton mill.4

Samuel Davis died in 1940 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1

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Children of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.
  3. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  4. [S219] Samuel Davis household, 1930 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, enumeration district (ED) 9-140, page/sheet 10-A, dwelling 119, family 176, line 26-31; National Archives.

Elizabeth R Judge1

F, #1399, b. 23 July 1871, d. 1936
Last Edited1 Jul 2018
Elizabeth R Judge was born on 23 July 1871 at Belfast, Ireland.1,2

Elizabeth R Judge married Samuel Davis circa 1891 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2,1 As of circa 1891, her married name was Davis.1

Elizabeth R Judge appeared in the 1910 census as the wife of Samuel Davis on 22 April 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was listed as Elizabeth R Davis, age 37, born in Ireland, as were her parentsHer language was Engllish. She was naturalized in 1884. She was married once, for 18 years. she had had 6 children, with 5 still living, no occupation; Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.2

Elizabeth R Judge appeared in the 1920 census as the wife of Samuel Davis on 13 January 1920 in 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was listed as Elizabeth R Davis, age 48, married. She emigrated in 1885 and was naturalized in 1892. She was born in Ireland, as were her parents. Her language was English; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.3

Elizabeth R Judge appeared in the 1930 census as the wife of Samuel Davis 139 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 7 April 1930. She was listed as Elizabeth R Davis, age 58, married. She was 20 when she married. She was born in the Irish Free State, as were her parents. She emigrated 1885 and was naturalized; Samuel Davis, age 59, born in England. He was 21 when he first married. He owned his home, valued at $3,000. He emigrated in 1889 and was naturalized. His occupation was foreman, cotton mill.4

Elizabeth R Judge died in 1936 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 She was buried in 1936 in Edson Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

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Children of Elizabeth R Judge and Samuel Davis




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Citations

  1. [S216] Interview with Donald Taylor Davis Sr (Moss Point, Mississippi), by Constance Murray Chappell. Constance Murray Chappell (9038 Hoke Brady Rd, Henrico, Henrico County, Virginia, 23231).
  2. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  3. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.
  4. [S219] Samuel Davis household, 1930 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, enumeration district (ED) 9-140, page/sheet 10-A, dwelling 119, family 176, line 26-31; National Archives.

Barbara C Davis

F, #1400, b. 1898
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Barbara C Davis was born in 1898 at Massachusetts.1 She is the daughter of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge.

Barbara C Davis appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of Samuel Davis on 22 April 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was listed as Barbara C Davis, age 12, born in Mass; Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.1

Barbara C Davis appeared in the 1920 census as a daughter of Samuel Davis on 13 January 1920 in 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was listed as Barbara F Davis, age 22, single, born in Mass. Her occupation was clerk, sales lady in a store; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.2

Barbara C Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a daughter of Samuel Davis 139 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 7 April 1930. She was listed as Barbara C Davis, age 32, single, born in Mass. Her occupation was clothing inspector in a Hosiery Mill; Samuel Davis, age 59, born in England. He was 21 when he first married. He owned his home, valued at $3,000. He emigrated in 1889 and was naturalized. His occupation was foreman, cotton mill.3

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Father*Samuel Davis b. 1871, d. 1940
Mother*Elizabeth R Judge b. 23 Jul 1871, d. 1936



© Copyright Constance Murray Chappell Horne, 2008-2018. The information on this website may not be used for commercial purposes. If your project is non-commercial, you may use the information on this website if you clearly identify the source of the information, which could read as follows: Compiled and presented by Constance Murray Chappell Horne, "Chappell / Horne Genealogy", http://roots.thehornes.us/

Citations

  1. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  2. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.
  3. [S219] Samuel Davis household, 1930 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, enumeration district (ED) 9-140, page/sheet 10-A, dwelling 119, family 176, line 26-31; National Archives.